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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 21, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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, III .Air..,and-Mrs.- Fred Snell and Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade :.
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salaries for in
employees turn on the city's Christmas speakers. The barbecue will
f' : family are moving to Way. spent the weekend in Tallahassee every department and also I :lights and January 1 as i, be at 4 p. m.
Ga. this weekend where and attended the FSU -
'" cross, set periodic pay raises for the:! II the date to turn them off | All beekeepers in the area
Mr. Snell has been transferred .
homecoming.Mrs. employees to work toward.In Instructed City Clerk Merrill -' are invited to attend.
I : with Container Corporation.Mr. Merrill Edwards visited
other action the council Edwards to tell the Community i !
and Mrs. Gene Shaw and her sister, Mrs. James Kinchen
: i State Bank why iti
f I __ .. V Mrs. Frazier Shaw were week- in Jacksonville on Tuesday.Mrs. \
Received reports by Mrs. would be impractical to Scouts ;
I : :: V Gladys Mooty end guests of Mr. and :Mrs W. E. Middleton, :Mrs.: I AttendV
.. V' Pat Cauffman of the Starke transfer the city General
Doyle Conner in Tallahasseeand E. L. Matthews and daughters, (i -
-- V Phone 964-0651 'Field
: Day 1
Credit Bureau of $165.32 in Fund from the Florida Bank I
were Saturday morning Betsy, and Mrs. Bob Fergusonof
I : past due utility bills which at Starke. :
breakfast guests of Justice and Starke and :Mrs. J. A. BuddJr. ;
: : Local admittances to Docw,3or's Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Granthamof Mrs. B. K. Roberts. Mr. Shaw and family of Jacksonvillewere .i't have been collected Th2j I Acknowledged receipt of a i i, Junior Assistant Scout-

: Hospital this week in- Ocala were Monday evening was sworn into the Florida Bar Saturday luncheon guestsof council authorized payment i*letter from E. W. Hayes and master Bob White. with 14

: =. lftde. : Miss, Marcia Ann Star- !visitors of Mr. and :Mrs. R. L. on Friday in the Supreme :Mrs. Mae Jones in Jackson- of $55-10 commission for collection -j entered it into the clerk's ,;i: Scouts of two patrols from

...., James and John Grantham.Mr. fr of the The in which heith
Woods
I ung. Court building. Also attendingwere ville on Mrs. Middleton's birth- money. minutes i Troop 70, attended a field
: and Warren J. Starling all of ; : and Mrs. W. T. Powell Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and credit bureau is commissionedto drew an offer to sell them !i meet in Gainesville last Sat-

: Starke; William M. Patrick of I of Green Cove Springs visitedMr. Mrs. Charles Darby. day.Mr.. and :Mrs. Lloyd H. Lewis collect approximately $7- a 38 acre tract of land for

Lawtey and J. B. Jackson and :Mrs.: : J. L. Cole on Local admittances to Brad- and Mr. and Mrs. Fred O'- 000 of old utility bills some recreational use. urday.

: Lake Butler. 1 Sunday evening. ford County Hospital this week Donnell of Wilmington, Dela. of which have been outstanding j I The local Scouts competed I III

S Those from Starke attending Mrs. W. T. Jackson was call- 'include: Mrs. Katheryn Reddish -! were weekend guests of Col. V for 12 to 14 years. Outstanding ] 1 against 12 other patrols in
I the silver wedding anniversary -I I ed to Williston Monday when bills amountto DKG Meeting V II
Lake Butler; Jesse E. Man- ,and Mrs. T. T. Long. utility fire by flint and steel knots
: : of Rev. and Mrs. Alton her ''brother-in-law, Frank V 0019 of the
I [ning, Maxville; Charles A. EARLY FALL CLEARANCE city's utility At Orange Park
Dobbs in Jacksonville last Sunday -; Weaver suffered a stroke. Mr. .. I height and width judging,
!Newnham, Middleburg; Mrs. OX DRESSES, SKIRTS, AND t income, according to City
: ...." afternoon were Mr. 'and 1,!Weaver died on Tuesday. ,Callie E. Gainey, Mrs. Nina E. SWEATERS. THURS., FRI. & 1-';':'; ( Clerk Merrill Edwards. I Alpha Nu Chapter of Delta I.f and several other contests.
k .:)trs. James Starling 'Mrs. Inez | :Mr. ,and Mrs. Albert Stefa- Ii Sanders, Chauncey Smith, Mrs. SAT. AT LEILA'S. : ': Okayed an advertisement in! Assisting the Scoutmaste-

S Kelly. Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. ':nelli and sons of Jacksonville Annie May Griffis, Mrs. Ruth Mrs. Bessie Grace, Mrs. :,kcV-j-.--! -; -- __.___ _.;VVr .......... "."" ..,-,-.,": ., The Telegraph to publicize !Kappa Gamma Society met was Charles Manire, a former
: .Reddish Mr. and Mrs. Fate |were Sunday visitors Mr. o14 at the home of Mrs.' Eagla Scout of Troop 70.
of. ,I L. Lee Mrs. Joan Miller Solze, Ralph Allison, and Mrs. D. C.I I the city's utility services.
I Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Fred and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli.Miss and Miss Betty J. Griffis, all of Forehand of Albany, Ga. were I Power Of AdvertisingThe j Reappointed City Surveyori i Maude Green in Orange Park.

: Haislop and daughter, Mr. and Virginia Erwin attended !Starke.Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. i M., G. McMillan. Miss Julia Smith of Green Cove I

I :):,trs. Calvin Ward Mrs. Fred- the University of Georgia I and Mrs. Drew Reddishand Slade from Sunday to Tuesday.The power of advertising was !shown! by unprecedented" I Elected J C. Fogg a city'I'Springs spoke on the subject \OTICK. OF MIKMIFF'S S-\1.CX
a die Watterson W. Hall last week and al- Women in 'tioe is hereby given 'hat
Rev. E. a
homecoming "Challenging
visited :Mr. and Mrs bond trustee to
family Slades entertained at a crowds that packed Worth's Department Store in Starke last i replace R. F. 1. P. r>. Reddish sheriff <>tUradford '
: :Mr. and Mrs. Owen Alvarez. attended some of the activi- W. R. Royster Jr. and new son small dinner party for their weekend for the first days of a widely heralded "closing out Demorest, who died recently I'Changing Social World." 'I ,"ounty1.(.r hla. under -
I Mr. and ),Irs. Wallace ties of Gamma Rho fra I the from
meeting
Griggs Alpha Jacksonville Attending and by \irt'of Writif
in Sunday.Mrs. and I nominated
on guests on Sunday evening sale." Fcgg was by Councilman .
lines down Call
Mrs. Owen and Mrs. Long Street awaited the opening of !Starke Edna Hart Kate Kxei'uuon to. wit:
: Vaughn, ternity.Mr. were ,
O'Hara In
Henry was Mrs. T. T. Long was hostessat Carl Hurst and elected! I '
Execution; issued' Small
doors on the first day of sale. 'I out o
S Jessie Young. and Mrs. R. E. Edmondson Daytona Beach last week visiting luncheon for the guests on with the support of Orie Wiggins Sheppard Muriel Norman, Reba Claims Court of Bradford I'l.un'

: EARLY FALL CLEARANCE and Mrs. H. C. Brown are Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith Tuesday.Mrs. i; and Mrs. Johns. Starnes. Tommie Nolin and I 1\- '.. -Florida: .nursuant- to ,1 !f. i.U

U ON DRESSES, SKIRTS AND attending a hospital convention ,and Mrs. Olin Graves. H. G. Bollinger and City Council at Tuesday night's meeting. I Councilman Ewell Lawson;|Mona Canova. I judgment against; Tom for P-khard and. Ruth:ItaIId I'-'

SWEATERS. THURS., FRI. & in Orlando from Wednesday to I Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green and daughter, Martha, and her The council refused to con- i nominated Arthur Holliday j dino defendants in the an.-'iuu

: I-SAT. AT LEILA'S. Friday.Mr. I Mrs. C. D. Williams have had mother, Mrs. J. O. Winters Sr., j sider pay raises to employees and Councilman Seeber Good of U!>.iiO together With costs pi
Heldhouse Area collection
I :Mrs. A. N. Holliday is attend- and Mrs. J. G. Caldwelland as visitors Billy Dealing and spent the weekend with Dr. Meeting in the power plant until such I man supported him. BeekeepersTo Have seized and have in mvpot.spssloh

: ing the state PTA convention house guests, :Mr. and Mrs.R. four sons of Jacksonville on and Mrs. Donald Winters in a standard pay schedule has Decided to write the F1orl-! Convene Here the following elf.

'i'in Daytona Beach from Tues.. A. Caldwell of Battle Creek, Sunday, and Mrs. J. H. Malone Hattiesburg Miss. They were being moved to West been compiled. ]| da Industrial Commission and I j scribed wit: personal Voperty t-i

: ',day to Thursday. Also attend- Mich., visited relatives and Mrs. H. C. Hall, and Mrs. accompanied there by Mary Call Street near the First Mayor Chitty told the board the State Board of Health!November 23 194" Plymouth- Door, (lrt'n

ing today are Mrs. Billy Dowl- friends in Fairfield Ocala, and D. H. Clark of Jacksonville on ,Bollinger and Marcia Hayneswho Christian Church.At he has done some work on I concerning hazards from dust I Motor Xo. F154W69 Tag X...

: ....ing and Mrs. J. D. Odom, :Moss Bluff on Sunday.you'll Monday. 4 i .spent the weekend at the the mayor's request he such a schedule but has not !i resulting from operations acj I The Northeast Florida Bee- 63-49S the property V "vas ff' the above

,, Mrs. Dave Paulk spent the William Carey College.Mr. was appointed chairman of a completed it. He requested!' the Bradford Engineering i keepers Association will hold named defendants and ilia "II

weekend with Mrs. Alfred I and Mrs. C. A. Futch committee which will work assistance from members of:;; Company on North Cherry I its annual meeting and bar- :Monday the 16th ..1of', ,!I'. ,

; yank at a girdle again! Thrift in St. George, Ga. and Joe Sistrunk were week- with the city building inspector the council and said he would I j! Street. Area residents hav I| becue at the American Legion I ember noon on 190.1 said: at day Iwl'l-t'on tin n p I '.k<
never Mr. and :Mrs. Jesse Newsomewere : Hall in Starke on Saturday *.
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. to regulate the moving of call on them as soon as he :;i made complaints about the: nilss of the Bradford < unn
in Jasper on Sunday Merrill Futch and family in i Nov. 23. Jail. 1 will offer for pale and
buildings within the city and got the work organized. j dust from the plant. ;i ii I
Hell to the highest biddei 1..1'
; Maidenform's exclusiveactioninsert visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Tallahassee, where they attended from outside city limits into Chitty called the proposed I i Postponed the purchase of : L. T. Dyer o! Lake Butler I ia>h in hand, the above lt-

McCall. the FSU Homecoming fes- the city. In the future, the schedule "necessary we've !1 any new Christmas decora- president of the association. scribed' property of aid d. .- ,
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Mrs. Stanley Noegel and tivities.Mr. I announced that the meeting i fendantb to s.U.il the AT i."
council decreed, no permit will floundered for years." The : tions for the city until nest : I i said Execution: !
: back daughter, Sharon, and Ruth and Mrs. Guy Sale and will begin at 2 p. m- with a ,' RetTdishi. Sheriff
be issued to move a building schedule would establish year. i, P. l> V
Nelson were weekend guests of :Mrs. L. E. Josey and son of full program and visiting i u.!) 4i i iJ! j"i I
without first being inspected minimum and maximum I!, Set December 1 as the day I3tr i
Sheriff and Mrs. W. P. Joycein !Jacksonville attended the FSU
by the new committee a.'
this girdle Tallahassee.Rev. the weekend. .
i keeps homecoming over
well as ths building inspectordecrepit
Bob Badgett and :Mike Miss Dorothy Albrecht, Miss :

where it Frick. president of the CYF, Sue Morris. and Miss Gisek decrepid houses houses into into residen-residen.l j'
precisely belongs attended the CYF retreat Sat- l
Pfannenstiel of Florida-
tial areas or near churche: Plilico i 1Vnsher AND TV
urday at Silver Springs. II
Southern College Miss Perm should be a thing of the past" pai
: r.i-i V :Miss Jean :Mundy of Tallahassee Bryan of Pompano Beach Mayor Chitty told the coun- i
will be home for the
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$ I and Ben Saxon of U. of F cil. The council still has tlr

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'5i:'- :: .:: were weekend guests of Mr authority, by its ordinance restricting -
$ V lr : ;; : ; V EARLY FALL CLEARANCE
_ and MrsS.. G. Denmark.Mrs the moving ofj

.- V V .. V_ __ ___ __ OX SWEATERS.DRESSES THURS., SKIRTS, FRI., AND& Edna Hutchinson iron houses to require the owner j THIS IS A GOOD TIME TO TRADE YOUR OLD WASHER OR TV DURING .

: I SAT.. AT LEILA'S. an extended visit with to put the house under discussion -1

4VS V : V.p Jerome Johns was in Crystal Mrs. Julia Blow in Norfolk into as good camEO: i OUR INVENTORY REDUCTION SALE

IV- I River last Wednesday to Fri- Va.Mrs. tion and appearance as those 'i
J. R. Hardee, Mrs A surrounding it, City Attorney
day on business. J_ -E_ _::
: S. Anderson, Mrs. Content George Pierce said. Ij
V V Mrs. Annie HSllingsworth is j ModelV232
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: V visiting her son-in-law and Partin and daughter, Miss Free Parking ;
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daughter, Mr. and Mrs. RichardFox Eloise Partin of Fernandina Issuance of a free parking' 4 Programmed OR THIS

: : in Gainesville this week. Beach were Sunday visitors of. space on West Call Street tC't.he' ; Automatic !

Mrs. Hildabelle Bence Mrs. Mr and Mrs. L- A. Davis. local Selective Service i i _ ..... Wash Cycles 10 LB Capacity

: w V ,. V Nita Downing and Mrs. Helen Mr. and Mrs. Glen Connei Board at a meeting previouf ,| V: .w. Speeds

Kuchlen of Jacksonville were and family of Orlando wen to Tuesday night brought a AutomaticFilterDispenser .

Sunday visitors of Mrs. Etta weekend guests of their par- letter from the Stark Mer- ': V V PHiLCO

I I Hoover. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney chant's Association protesting I _., V 1' ... .'.....'.."_"...'';... V Exclusive Ball ,

Mrs. Lillian Irby of Gaines- McRae and Mr. and Mrs Leon the action. ,I j V. : I ." .'}'M,' ttl :-i' eliminates PoitB&ance '!'RI1JGER

: B ville visited her son and family, Conner. "Absolutely no one" should S V :' V I harmful fli
V : Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Irby last James Cooper and C. J be given such a privilege th : _______ a t vibration andbanging.

V : Friday and Satw'day. Cooper of Chiefland were merchants stated in the let- I .' V 'I'ASO E R
Chase Hardy spent the week- weekend guests; of Mr. and ter asking the council to rescind I handles toughest
.; wash loads and
end with Johnny Branam in Mrs. C L. Cooper. C. J. Cooper their previous action : VV never cuts offbecause
b Palatka.Mr. remained for the week. !giving the draft board th: : V- of ONLY

1L ? & and Mrs. Charles Fran- Mrs. J. F. Bloodworth was free parking space. ; V offbalancebanging t tt ,

: cis of Kingsley Lake have purchased -. visiting her parents. Mr. and In response to the requestthe t $ I
the Leonard Noegel Mrs C. W. Brandon Sr. in council did temporarily ; $1888

new concertina ,home at 1201 Johns Drive, Quincy from Wednesday to rescind its action and set 8 $$188 '

Saratoga Heights, and moved Saturday.Mr. hearing for its next meetingon ir"T"

i!in on Monday. and Mrs. Max Furlongand Tuesday, December 3, s W. T. \_;::':_ _: _:;_!1._ "J____" _7 (
I I
Gray Flynn underwent a family of TJton. Ga. and both parties can be heard

by nmdenroj'nYou've @ I tonsilectomy last Friday at Mrs. Jimmy Hazen of Gainesville Mayor Randal Chitty read V; V

I Bradford County Hospital.Mr. were weekend guests of the merchant's letter to the .

b and Mrs. R. F. Crundwelland Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen. council and said he "strongly 1

: son of St. Augustine were Mrs. R. L. Chalk and opposes" using a customer i peti1A V
Sunday afternoon visitors of
: never__ worn a girdle.! like new Concertina5. This"actioninsert" i daughter of Dunedin were parking space for such a w V :
Mrs. Nelson Green and family.Mr. .
weekend guests of Mr. and
J in the back stretches just as far as you do. 1 purpose when employees in
and Mrs. B. P. Woodallof .
Mrs. Clyde Priest-
the draft board could in Town
: This extra "give" means the waistband and legs stay In Tarpon Springs were Sun- Mrs. John E. Patterson of within two blocks of their park Biggest Tele-Value PHILCO COURIERPORTABLE

: place.! No need to yank or pull new Concertina because it day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Beaver Falls, Pa. is visiting place of business

can't slip, can't ride. S. M, L, XL. Power net Girde! and Jack Hines. The Hines' daughter her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F Councilman Orie Wiggins

Pantie,6.95. Long Legs, 8.S3.Stump's :Mrs. George Bosworth of H. Kramer, and Dr. and Mrs. also spoke up on the issue : 'PHILCQTV TV
1 Gainesville also visited them
I A. J Barry, while Mr. Kramer saying, "It would be kind o! ,
I II II II
en Tuesday. Cool Chassis
is confined in Bradford '
bad to ignore the Merchant
Mr. and Mrs D. W. Carper'had ; "$
4 County Hospital.Mrs. Association Model '$11 988
Dept. Store ter as weekend guests Mr. after we removedthe :! .

i and Mrs. Dolph Reddish and Wesley Andrews and parking meters because of .. L V V;. ;:__1V_ i- ; -- cool.CHASSIS 2600BLPHILCO .
Bernard V Conszucbon .. '
daughter, Mrs. Cohen )-i them. r .
family of Starke and Mrs. C. '
Starke, Fla. A. Walker and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Gene Norman i Mayor Chitty also told the
; 'of Aberdeen. Md. spent council that the Police Department STARLITE, 19"
IJ. 1\[. Lorin er,of Jacksonville.
i-- -'I-' '-- '. _-_t ._________ _...., I Thursday to Saturday visiting! will begin a patrol uI
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V -< ooints of interest in South _
.. --- -V V ( this Friday to cut down on __ NEWEST COMPACTCoolChassis
: Mrs.
I Florida. Cohen and Mrs. merchants
and their em-
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Norman returned to Aberdeenon ployees who now park in front,I ; !

Monday.Mr. of their own businesses. '
and Mrs. J. P. Dill City's Credit Rating TVModel $$15088
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Turn L.ddV
I Free i moved back in their home in The council also at the request V 3 7 45 Vx4 4. VV GndTwwI 3500BE
Vt3
Wavcross. Ga. on Wednesday. of Councilman EweU I _

: Mrs. W. B. Alexander and Lawson heard a report fromMayor V j V V fI [
Miss Wilma Alexander had I CHOICEOF
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Randal Chitty on hi? ==
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I jcS as visitors last Monday, Mr L Claudia of Alachua
V Dupis ; York with the representativesof
_____j Earl Summers, and John
.. I of a bond refunding companyto __ II fr' V V 4 BLOXDEon
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'* ,, Johns of High Springs and secure a better credit-rat i PHILCO uo V/ ;
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Mrs. Nora Alexander and. Mrs. ing for the city. The mayor's -
Merriman of Waldo. party visited Moody's Bond sx3s )
I Full Featured
Free! Mr and Mrs. Uoyd L. King : Rating Service. a division of MAhOGANY22988

of Orlando were Saturday, Dunn and Bradstreet, which. 'COOL CHASSIS TV
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. he said, was impressed with
H Quigley enroute home! after a Starke's credentials.

two weeks visit with relatives Starke at present has no V ONLY 9S '90-D3JServiceatll tOStto'Oll;

in Laurens, S. C. credit. rating as,.far,as selling, $ FMc. mrrMU la M<4 .><,ul U i tcftaer *
I* 90*. filii tut att <****
Mrs. F. S Matthews returned i bonds Is concerned. MayorChitty $199 <......urwce cob)d M r mi. ,..
aowoc tulle MIll iMBHt fcfcd m rt-
Sunday to Orlando 1 said he learned and IIhsrRJn1IC1thd.la1i. *s
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.lJIIft *"bIu1 WaiV
where .she is with her son-in- would
; now have to pay very V trteam ufot rtavl <*awpldtd nvtiiycvtf.
law and daughter. Drand I high interest rates on anyi lied.it Cwwcta attnnt tntf tut. NrUbta*UV tenet mot t W Mtm ar-. PHILCO
Mrs. H. McLendon.. i bonds sold. But once the bond 9-CU. FT.REFRIGERATOR.
TOT Years of Satisfaction, CHOOSE PH.'LCO...famous for quityk I
Free Mr. and Mrs. L. U. MorganSr. i rating service checks out the

I and Mr. Morgan's sister, i info aUon presented it, the

Mrs. J. A- Sasser. anI, Harry i j mayor said. Stark 's credit -

Sasser of New York City were 1 rating should be one of the C. H. Nasworthy Phileo Model' $ 167 '

V among the 3,000 guests attending j best-an "A" rating attained RS932 1'

-- the Boree's Jamboree, >i, by 'only 10 per cent. of U. S. "
TURKEY A DAY annual barbecue at Borees 1: towns. Notification ,of the PHILCO 122 CU. FT.

Lodge in the Ocala National i i rating given Starke should 2.DOORAutomatic

Forest. Mayor Hayden Bums'!I i reach here in a few days the APPLIANCES & FURNITURE

DRAWINGS ,EACH WEDNESDAY AT 8:00 P. M. :: of Jacksonville was an honor'!!i mayor said. since it has been Refrigerator

: ASK ATTENDANT FOR DETAILS : guest on this occasion. i i almost 30 days since the New -
'; ]ii: York visit was made. The PHILCO SPECIAL 25497
COME IN AND SEE US bond rating service requires
Recent Birth i
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ii i!i i I 30 to 60 days to make a surrey STEREOYImRADIO $170887PIECE PHILCO 14 CU. FT.

SERVICE Rev. and Mrs. Leo Hebertof : of its own and to give

: IMPERIAL STATION Tallahassee former Stark :;<: said notification; to the. city; ;.he BEAUTIFUL NYLON FREEZEI ./.c .# IS97 ,

residents announce the birth'i: _

: 'U. S. :301-NORTH STARKE, FLA. of a .son, William HarrisOn. ,j:I Salary Schedule mm ROOM SUITE $9995to !

_ .. Nov. 6. i Salary schedules for city
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I I Debbie Cauffman Rep. Slade Extols I Mishap Injures English Ford : Esterbreok Pens Cartridte$1.35 '$15 androsntun DOUGLASMEAT

; Observes BirthdayDebbie Two-Party SystemAt : .' .:3.U at The TELEGRAPH.REMINIfTON .
] wr Jerome Johns Turns Over I;I'

Cauffman celebratedher Woman's Club f- MARKETAND
1 I'I'i'l
eighth birthday Saturday Jerome Johns, Bradford I Five persons were slightly
"The Impressions of A
afternoon when her mo the'Mrs. -. I the : County Commissioner and local injured when their 1963 English -
Legislator" was
Young
Gladys Mooty I
\ Pat Cauffman and
Phillips 66 dealer, had his .
964-0651: I topic used by T. H Slade Jr., Ford went out :of control Lifetime
I Phone: Mrs. Emma
grandmother
I right arm broken and right
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Badman, gave a party for herat I State Representive from shoulder wrenched badly while I and overturned on SR-235 Guarantee S SMOKEHOUSEWEINERS

their home on N. Myrtle Duval County as he spoke ac installing a rack at hisLawtey I.when the driver was straightening .
: grease
\ 100%
Altar Society I High School PTA a meeting of the Starke
Street. station Tuesday morn- some pictures over the"visor
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: I Plans Activities !]Hears Discussion The Cauffman home was Woman's afternon of Club last on week.Wednesday ; .1 ng. II.! according. to FHP Trooper 3 Nylon"Pioneer"

decorated for the occasion A leaking air valve caused J
During the of hs J. .Jkl.. Hollis.. r
For :
covrse ,
Holidays j Df Birth DefectsEd I
with colorful balloons strum air to get under the piston of j Tube and
) speech. Rep. Slade announced'that I All.! five suffered bruises and
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- 1 in the party rooms. The refreshment the rack causing it to shoot up,
V St.' Edward's Altar Society Foreman. state representative table was covered he had just several ,like a rocket. The driving piston -I abra'sions and minor injuries ;, Tubeless600x

J., met last Wednesday Nov 13. of the National with a "Happy Birthday- hours earlier changed his hit Johns in the shoulder I but were released fronj the ;,
1n hall with Mrs. of registration from the Demo- I,Bradford County Hospital after : -
the' parish Foundation the March cloth with matching napkins: and arm as he 'was standingover -
.Joe Gissy, presiding. Dimes, was the principalat and centered with a beautiful cratic Party to the Republican. iiit it.Besides. I an examination. The mishap 310.50-:

Three new members Mrs. the1 high school PTA meeting birthday cake. He said he felt that the the break in his arm occurred, at 3:45 p. m. last'! --- --'- BEEF LIVER
' Democratic party is no longerin \Saturday 1.2 miles north of 650x13 11.25"
Rita Mercer. Miss Judy Dycicnian Tuesday night in the The 14 little guests enjoyea it was also cut 'badly between SMOKED BACON

: I : ; and Mrs. Sandra Le-, school cafeteria. games with prizes in the tune with the views of a Billy the elbow and wrist and he losta where SR-235 and SR-100 intersect 750xlr12.5' ROLL SAUSAGE
Dampier
- I Crail were welcomed into th*> Mr. Foreman, who was introduced ;yard and were given favorsof majority of the people in the lot of blood before he could; at Moody's Store. >

,society It was agreed that .n by Al Gregory, noisemakers. South, and that he felt a Initiated Into get to a doctor 15 minutes after The car was traveling southon 800x14 .. 14.25

1 addition to. a monetary, donation chairman of the 1963-64 campaign ,- strong two-party system in : the accident He said Tues- SR-235, ran off the pave- 760x15 9.50 3 LOS.99C

I /, articles for a layette! spoke on birth defects, Florida is the only way to Ag FraternityWilliam day he could not use the arm ment and ,I out of'control, rolled'' -710x15- --

<* would be furnished the Cath- polio anct; arthritis. ._ .j.I Joint Birthday achieve better government. at all and then learned Wed- over one complete turn and : i 11.25670x15 -

,,' ,bHc Charities. Members were Mrs: J D. Warren, firt Party Is GivenMr. The speaker pointed out the E. [Billy] Dampi, nesday morning after having it came to rest in an upright poI I 13.50800xisi15.5o NECK BONES
difficulty of his having son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C sition. No charges were made i
.requested to have all infants vice-president, presided over position, x-rayed that it was broken.
Dampier of Starke, was Initiated against the driver, 17-year-old : | HOG MAW
'I' .clothing brought in prior to the meeting and Rev. W. A. and Mrs. Neal Lyon en- been reared in a small
into the Florida Chap- I Gloria Dawn Feagle of Alachua, i PIG FEET
De<:: 1.Functions. Hogan gave the devotional. tertained at a birthday party ,, county Bradford], and now Cattlemen Plan
of Zeta at the University but damages to the vehicle Plus Tax
ter Alpha ; Whitewalls
of the Altar So- Mrs. Warren announced that Saturday evening for their representing one of the larger $2TOM'S
of Florida Oct. 29. To Double ValueAn were estimated at $500. I IPassengers'in
ciety and plans for renovating : the Antique Show will be held sons Tommy Ljon, 15, and counties of the state. He said on LB. 1 lOc
the national the car were
the church hall were discussed in January and entries are Buddy Garbett. 14, whose this naturally brings about a Membership In important project that Rosalee Nettles I SHELL
frater- 25 Kathy I:
honorary agricultural ;
by the pastor, RevS Thomas invited. There will be Christ. birthdays fell on Nov. 20. conflict of interests in his: could result in doubling the val- Mae

Kelly. He expressed hope.I mas music at the December The party was held at the thinking, since the small nity is based upon outstanding ue of cattle in Bradford County \I ties 7 Phipps and Elizabeth 11; Phyllis Net- :. 435 E. Madison
scholastic and leadership ; Nettles,
that a representative group: I meeting. presented by the Lyon home on N. Church counties and large counties within the next ten years was 5, all of Lake Butler. I. Phone 964-8551 ROUNDSTEAKlb
.. of- women {from St. Edwards's'I BHS choir. Street which was attractively have such widely different ability with an expressed con- discussed at a meeting of the I .

Parish would attend the Day Tenth grade mothers serv- decorated with balloons and views on the mater of reap- cern for the advancement of Cattleman's Association last 69*

of Recollection to be held ed refreshments during theI crepe paper streamers. portionment. agriculture as a vocation week. -

Dec. 9 at Christ the King social hour.IBantam. The 30 teenagers attending During the program The Billy has won many honorsin Pat :Miller, president of the

Catholic Church in Arlington.Mass I enjoyed games dancing awl. Rovers, a quartet composedof the field of agriculture and group, said the aim would be to F Health Facts I Fresh, Ground, Lean

: is to be held at 9:30: a' Tigers refreshments during the party Jim Lawson, Richard scholarship. He was a Star have Bradford County become HAMBURGERLB

I m, and the Day of Recollection hours. Scott, Mickey Dansby, and Chapter Farmer and a State the first in Florida to have all

will terminate at 2:30p. : Entertained At Assisting in serving were Hal Lawson, sang several Farmer in FFA. In 1959 he of its cattle owners with regis- By Dr. H. G. Bollinger your local Chiro. ..
I was awarded the DeKalb A- 1_ practor whose office is located at 426 N. 49c
m. with BenedictionAl!l Tommy's grandmother, Mrs. songs. Mrs P. D. Fanchel tered purebred bulls. :Means of '

who. plan to attend were urg- Hamburger Fry. ,,*.. T. N. Lyon of Geary. Okla., sang "Live in A House", and ward for being the outstanding implementing the program have ? Walnut Street in Starke.

ed jo make their reservations and Mr. and Mrs. Kenny "Come Ye Thankful People senior in vocational agri- not yet been worked out Miller :
'as early as ..possible" The Tiger Bantam Foot- Come." I culture. While at St. Johns said, but will be studied According to a report issued by the New

Plans were made for the ball team, along with their Terrell. Mrs. E. A Hall, president. River Junior College he was 1_ York Journal of Medicine, the cause of PIG HAMS
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I annual Christmas party for coach Townsend Strickland. presided over the business president of the Students soon.The Cattlemen are planning I headache in 90% of 2000 patients was BACK BONE

the Altar Society be heU and City Recreation Director Orientation Night meeting. Mrs. C. LScholl 1 I Government. At present he is a. barbecue soon with the tent Dr. Bolllnger mechanical irritation of the nerves of the

in the parish hall on Dec. 11.Mrs. Frank Owsley, were entertained For New Juniors Grave- the following rpnnrt nn Sentinel of the CollegiateFFA ative date set for Dec. 7 at the neck resulting from a previous injury. Direct injury

H. O. Bates in is in.charge Thursday night, Nov. the calle-d meeting Oct.: 17: ;: I I, and a member of Alpha Fairgrounds. New officers will i may be caused by a blow or a ,fall. Indirect injury is :
14, at the home of Mr and I Tau Alpha national vacational be elected at that time. -LR49c
of the altar this| Orientation night for new I "A meeting was called at the even more common. Force may be transmitted to the
1 1I
Mrs. Jimmy CrQsbY.
month and Miss. Peggy Dyck- attending members of the Junior Wom instigation of the beautification agriculture teachers neck thru the arms during a fall on the outstretched _
"The 19 boys par-
man in December an's Club was held Monday I Committee at which a fraternity. I Since some units are not at hands. ,
During the social hour,' the ticipated in games, after' evening at the home of the quorum was present. A separate Billy is a senior at the uni- 't full strength however, the local CHOICE WESTERN
which a hamburger fry, with Chitty, I bank account versity, majoring in Agricul- Drugs may ease the headache temporarily but lasting MEATS\ -CUT TO
hostesses, Mrs. Peter Pflesn- president, Mrs. Randal was company can enlist per-
all the trimmings was en tural Education. After gradu- benefit will come only after the Chiropractor ORDERWe
Mrs authorized for the Beautification removes
with
inger and Mrs. Steve.Weldon on Searing Street, sonnel who qualify. Men who
served refreshments to th? jo ed. Charles Sawyer, membership Committee, checks to be ation he plans to teach voca- are registered with Selective the cause by spinal manipulation.See .

20 members present.HainesHattaway. The football players presented i I:, chairman and Mrs. Harold signed by, Mrs. H. V. Knightand tional agriculture and con- Service may also enlist priorto your Chiropractor today.. Delay will rob you of Sell Meat With Less

Mr. Strickland with a: Godwin membership committee Mrs. Pete Felos. Bank tinue farming and ranchingin the time' they receive their well being and make' more costly correction later on. Waste And More Taste

shirt in appreciation of his as hostesses. I account to be under the name Bradford County. He i> induction orders.

work with them. Colorful arrangements of of Beautification Committe?, married to the formeu Dolores 'L 1

Mr and Mrs. Talley 1, Hattaw'ay -, Assisting Mr.. and Mrs autumn foliage and dried arrangements Starke Woman's Club, funds Cloversettle _
Crosby were Mr. and Mrs. Ben used decorating to be expended for the main- .
of Altampnt, Springs were in .
r ,I Mr. and N. L 11 .
Moxley Mrs. Mrs. Roe 80 ..
announce the approaching the Chitty home. tenance of U S 301 North. | -
Fowler. Mr. and Mrs. J. H attending The club advised the : i : :
marriage of their 'daughter, The 22 new members was by Of Starke .. fr' 'r. "
Kelly, Mr, and Mrs. J. B. Tal, enjoyed refreshments committee chairman that an- :. :. ..
Mary Frances, to Thomas F ... I ...
I MiSs. and made acquainted other sponsor had been secured Services HeldMrs ': ; .
Haines son of Rev. and Mrs- ley, Mr. and 'H-A. Mc-' were ,, '. \
L. .D. Haines of Altamont with the Junior club work and for the beautificatiorof i -J' ,
Leod., Mrs. M. H.: Sheppard,., i T ..
301 South. The club wia Strickland ,'. '
Marietta .
Springs. Mrs Carl L. Johns. Mrs Robert -. projects. \ / .... .
:1 : -
: '
The wedding will take place continue to sponsor 301 North Roe, 80, of Starke, died Tues- !'- -

Wednesday. evening Nov. 27. Myrick Mrs. R. H!'Riherdand ., Elks Club DanceThe only and the remaining funds day, Nov. 12, in a local hOspital : 'f3. : I "- '! .
Mrs. Harold Godwin. will be used for its mainten extended ill- "
after
at 8 p. m. in the Altamont an ,, '.
:: in Clay ..... ., '" _.:.'. ..........., ". :.... ,
born ;
.ne'a .U "u.
Springs, Baptist. ..Church., .. Elks Club ,held, .it3. ance.The ; $/) 'V '
Beta Sigma Phi monthly dance and social-last 'following' recommendations County on Nov. 12, 1883, and -
of the executive board of the late
the daughter
HIE EIGHT POINT f.i the Saturday night in the lodge was _
,
way yo0 writ*. Come la and The Beta Sigma Ph\\ sorority .. hall Fred Barthlow of Mid- were accepted: 1. The Club William S. and Nancy Dees fr ,, ."'
will meet Monday eveningNov. to enter the Community Improvement Strickland. She was a member -
I of
elect year favorite ESTER dleburg was the winner
the Association; 2. The of the Kingsley Lake Bap-
25 at 8 p., nu at
BROOK Fountain Fen. TEllLi.PR. one of three prizes given a-
!':U home of Mrs. Jerry GayS. way during the evening. club to sponsor ,three. girls in tist Church. '
1964 to attend Girls State in Surviving are two sisters, I ;

Tallahassee. Mrs Emma' :E. Prevatt ,of

I' Florahome, and Mrs. Maggte

Garden Club Prevatt of Jacksonville; and .

one brother, Cassius B. ; ., -
ITO Meet Monday Strickland of Starke. ;

I Funeral services were held ,
: The Starke Garden Club
at 2 p. m. Thursday in Jones': '.'
i will meet Monday, Nov. 25
Memorial Burial
Chapel. was SAVET
I.. at 7:30: p. m. in St Mark's
in the family plot in Kings-
Parish house. Hostesses are De- :' '
ley Lake Cemetery with
Mrs Garl Mathews, chair- 1'
Witt C. Jones Funeral Homein A ,
man, Mrs. Edwin Williams, ; -
charge.
CHRISTMAS
FOR Mrs. A. E. McKinney, and

,I Mrs. Harry Mooty. Local Guard Unit i i
'
Mrs. Jessie Young, will pre-

_-, sent a program on Christmas Being Considered I
) ,I'
ideas and decorations. Members \ ,
are asked to bring an/ For Training Trophy p
IOrnait.
,
Special "
.. \ home made decorations they '

wish to display. The 622nd Ordnance Co., ...

cantac / iI The executive board will local National Guard unit, is .

one of three being considered '.
I ,
meet tonight [Thursday a ,
; I II Florida the Third U \
from for
DILIVUS the home of Mrs. V. V. Hz-
S. Army unit training trophy,
'A Ii I iA I It en. Capt. Drew Reddish announ-
.f.k"
,4 '
ced this week. I i &rt
I t Recent Births Some of the outstanding ( \ !

Ctnwint Ten< u.t r
accomplishments that put the''
i Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Allen, : / :
RED CEDAR J unit in the running for the I : iI77
# Starke, a daughter, Susan ; v :
coveted trophy are:
-. ROBE & CHEST Mai, Nov. 18, in Doctor's Received the highest gradeof / :

i 'Hospital. any company-size unit at :

$5888NOW summer field training, Fort
Bradford County Hospital
Stewart, Ga.Received .
announces the following
2 OR1VALUEJ superior on Inspection '
/ births: by Third Army Inspector '
For : Mr. and Mrs. Robert GDawkins. --
Christmas last .
'
; I year. 0 $ JA95
Starke, a son, Rob ;
Received a superior on an- .
A SMALL DEPOSITWILL ROBE SIZE -
ert Howard Nov. 13. r '

HOLD YOUR ... 26"d.p, wide.63" 21Vi"high. Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. since nual reorganization audit and inventory .. for j reg. $%.3 ea.-- ; length, ree. $5.95

PURCHASE .. With! outomo'ic light! : Slade, Hampton, a daughter, Has fun priority aggregate .. .... .., .. '' -

_ _ _ J CHEST SIZE Kelly Elaine, Nov. 16. ..
assigned strength.Has or buy one for $3.45 Line W.35.95
37" wide, 17" elee, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Burge Long re$, $6.9.5
full at .
18" high. Searing Jr.. Starke, a son, field company summer .-, :'. ,
training. .
d' $1 DOWN DELIVERS BOTH! Eric Sean, Nov. 17.
We Finance OurOwn' -
The unit was responsiblefor ,.
COMPARE THIS REMARKABIE Off H AT 69.95F Mr. and 1rs. Basil Anderson. supervision and trainingof Now-own. America's #1 bra at lowest price ever! 4 ... ... ,. ,
Accounts -
Melrose. a daughter, Rebecca .
11 "
Ccnuint Ttnntsse another ordnance unit dur- I' Playtex makes thls.speclal offer discover '
for T
'r so you can yourself the superiorJ
Louise, Nov. 16.
NO Fus* No Bother n I RED CEDAR CHESTS Mr. and Mrs Joe Carlos ing summer field training. _.: '- comfort and durability Stretch-ever' elastic in Playtex Living Bras.But hurry 'r .
I.. i 622nd will have its M. .I
No Redtape Parrish, Brooker, a son, Nov. The an- : I this offerJs for a short time only and stocb are limited. .
Inspection
nual Inspector General's .
An AccountToday 37" 17"xl8" Chest $1995 $1 DOWN 18. -: ,; 'a. Playtex Living Bra.Machine washable in and each. of
Open $1.25 A WK.DELIVERS on Dec. 9. A representative detergents ..wonH yellow, ,pucker
'
45".20".19"with( toc k X '
lioy) ...........:-.................$349S Mr. and -Mrs. Paul I from Third Army : stretch out.Nj ylon or cotton-Dacron: cups.White 32A to 42C.Reg.$3.95 each-2 for $6.90 1
,. 4." 20".JO" (with lock YOUR CHOICE! Jones 'Headquarters will spend an ." or buy one for S3.45. "D" sizes reg. $4.95 each-2 for $8.90, or buy one for $-t.45.' _

.. troy) .. ...... $3995 34"x20"z23" Hampton a son, Paul Greg afternoon and evening with b.' Playtex Line Bra...with
YOUR CREDIT '$4995 ory. Nov. 13. in Gainesville Living Long elastic Magic-Midriff for smoothest bust.to.hlp line ever; ,
unit all ,
,
with the
( lock t Tray) inspecting phasesof "
Medical center. Nylon cups,white 32A to 44D...!Reg.: S6.95 eacow only 595. ,t. -*:
IS GOOD ., activity including training Now Only $4.95-24 Length Long Line-with \
--- -- ---- nylon White 32A 44C
v II-- ,.--I maintenance, supply and administration cups. to i-
-- '- -- - ----- ,
Reg. $5.95 each."D"sizes .
Fair AssociationTo : reg.6.9S'each-now only$5.95. : -:/:-
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Capt. Reddish said "This .
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Meet Wednesday : : .
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is the big one for us. This Inspection ,
'I 1 "PI ..IM 01 C'JTTO..CU'HltHT 1TICTCI IIII CLASTIC, lft unl..I'Ulla. .
:
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means more to.us. .. ; .
The Bradford Fair' -
Gibbs Furniture County S not i ctrj IUBI not in SIll rune IcnuE,ClnOI. .uln ".
Association will meet at 8 I than any other during the .
e
p. lit: IT: TEKATIGKAL LATH COKFCHATION MIMTO IN U.l .- .
m. Wednesday Nov. 27, in the i year and we anticipate'mat- if- '

fair building A financial statement ing a very good showing. I

will be presented by the will be disappointed unless ,.

DEALER' FOR 'BADCOCK FURNITURE128'S. treasurer. Bill Epps, at this I we make a superior rating."

time. All directors and .members -, Personnel Officer CWO Al
Walnut St. Old Park Theatre Building I BARKSDALE'
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are urged to be present. Crosby states that openings .

I, are available for persons. who ,..
can qualify and would like to I
,
Cash Paid for Good Clean volunteer. The Guard is a volunteer ..., ..f, ., ..... ...
RaZL No Khakis or WooL AD program and only Starke, Fla. '
1 1J 1w
V !
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, '\.: BHS Bows 6-0 To FA't. Augustine 1' RECREATION... ." NEWS i Lester Open CrewsTo I!1 I of the ,building Crews :sad.GeneShaw'will' be modernized -



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} It : Despite what Coach David' line with less than half a senior fullback Tom Garth j 'New Drug StoreA !:Is 'Admitted
r !, for a second but he also said tioned above. Starke now BANTAM FOOTBALL I fense for Lawtey were Char- !
'I'I Hurse termed "below par" minute remaining in the game I i was a boost to the Tornad.> >s> the film showed improper execution stands in the cellar in the I Iteam's The Bantam Football sea-, les Smith and Charles Nor- To Florida Bar

i performances from most of cost the Tornadoes a tie and a giving them enough added i offensive I -'of the play by the first year of play in'' son came to a close last Saturday J j man with defense spread out' new drugstore will open

his team. the 1963 edition of I few seconds later resulted ill" drive to'prove a thy eat i quarterback."We the Florida .Star Conference night with the All' among the whole team. here in the near future when Gene Shaw was admittedto

$; e" Tornadoes last Friday < their third beating of the sea- i to the Jackets. Coach H! Jrse always tell the quarterback : STATISTICS I 1 Stars defeating Lawtey, the: GIRLS VOLLEYBALL Lester Cre'vs owner of Mit the Florida :Jar at a swear-

night came within 18 seconds' son as the Yellow Jackets', said after watching the f ,ame in a situation such as St'ke S.:\; LeagHe champs, 12 to 6. The Girls Volleyball Leagu" chells Drag Store on the ing-in ceremony held last

of fighting tough St. AUgUS-1' skirted the Tornado left end j movies that he was "sati/ fied" I that that the fumble is justas I I First Downs 8 12 I;i The All Stars had one ended Thursday, No14.. corner o< E. Call and S. Friday in the Supreme Court

I : tine to an 0-0 for a touchdown with 18 seconds with the play of his biy' full- : much his fault as the half- rushing 7 10! touchdown called back, andj! with the Globe Trotters em- Thompson moves across the building in Tallahassee. Just-

A fumble deep in their own remaining on the scoreboard back and praised the e? .Ort of I back's," the' coach added. passing 0 21 j 1 fumbled the ball into the end ,I j; erging as league winners. The street. ice Millard Cildwell admim-

territory, at the seven yardCharley clock. The extra point i I sophomore halfback Ronnie The Tornadoes played the penalties 1 0 i zone on another attempt to i II j Zig Zags won second place, Crews recently purchased a steied the oath.

try failed but halfback Davej I Harper and senior / Tacks contest without the servicesof ; Yds. gained rushing 137 187 score. Both teams played: :a I with the Netters. and Spikes building located at 112 E. i Shaw has: teen: an associatein
i
Capo's six points were enough;I Mike Maruca. I starting running back: Yd. .gained passing 0 56 good game on offense and de tying for third place. 'II Call St. for $20,000 from Mrs. the office of Theron A.
t to whitewash the Tornadoes ) "But," the head mf ntor added Leonard Dugger who was ou;I I Yds. Lost Penalties 25 25 fense. ,I: Members of the Globe Trotters Lois E Adkins. The buildingis Yawn and LV firm will now

with only a quarter minute j "I've no kind V -01-ds for I with a knee injury. Center I I Passes Completed 0-3 3-6 Outstanding players on offense were: Jane Crews :Mary i now oraipied by a furnit- be a partnership. Yawn &

i: left. !, any of the others. i/ iieir performance j Harold Bishop. usually a bul-i i Passes Int by 1 1Fumbles for the All Sars! were i Whitaker. :Marilyn McCrary. i ure store and tot ho;>. Shaw.Shaw.

Just seconds before their \ was helot j par; we I I wark in the Tornadoes' defensive -1 lost by 1 3 Billy Huggins, Donnie Elder. :, Pat Hardie Susan Sapp. Crews, who handles Rexall is a graduate a Brad.
fumble the Tornadoes I! made mistakJ products, said his new store
own more s thanin \ line played only of-i Punts' 5-27 2-3b Billy Belote. Mike Brokus i'Claudia Harper :Mary Dixon ford County High School.
had fought the Yellow Jackets < any other game t> tis season' '\ fense because of a hurt an- j Score by quarters: and Sonny Norman. The and Jean Sealy. will be "three or four timesas
i and received<<1 his LLB degree!
to standstill at the 10 Tornado coaches! II i large as the one I have
a by said their kle he injured during practicelast J Starke 000 0-0 I
cc I whole team played a tremen- The members of this team i: from the University of Flon
,
1
I recovering a fumble of their I I players goofed on assign- j week. And although full- St. Aug-0 0 0 6-6 now.:
I dous game on offense. will receive individual awards; ; da Law Schooi; in 1963 H"
own, the third St. Augustine, 1 I ments. on offen.cand defense back Tom Gardner returnedto I(I Crews will have a large display -
Scoring HB Dsre
; summary: Outstanding players. on of- :'I for winnins the league.Homecoming took the Florida bar examination -
;: fumble of the game. The I and execui _>d their plays I action he was far from ,in Capo 1 TD,.an 8 yd. end run. II I. area and will feature 'I in Miami last August.
Jackets had driven 56 yards ;I "terribly" and > nth poor tim shape and his knee was stilla i I Three I' Set lot of "front" items"We ,i
County He attended a Practicing Legal -
E. to the Starke 10 dominatin'gplayas ing, the coach P' said. question although it held 12 To Attend can hardly: find the merchandise -
institute held in Tallahassee -
the Tornadoes had in Hurse cited,' Maruca for up and the big senior ended : At Union HighHomecoming ji j we have here, much less !
I I the third period. I having playe}' "probably the \ up going both ways for the Farmers Mutual School Set-ups i I the customers finding it," he last week.

Johns'about 1 Biggest play of the Jacke'drive : : best game of// anybody." He I Tornadoes before the game festivities for I II II said. **. I The firra of Yawn & Shaw
i j I was a 24-yard pass from I said the Jars tets could not i ended. (Annual MeetingTwelve May Be StudiedA ;i I Union County High School i ii ii Remodeling plans are incomplete is located in new offices at
this question: ;I I will be held Friday Nov. 22. but the whole front 122 S. Walrut St
halfback Tommy Grant to \ trap the big tackle or move II | Starke's defensive second- j i i .
local delegates are I
"Insurance on business quarterback Danny Borum, I him from 1 y is positionNone j ary included two sophomore ; expected to attend the 30tn review of the entire school i climaxed by the game between I ,
their third completion of the I: of the St. \ugustine offense, :' 1 where Brad- I the current Suwannes
halfbacks playing their first i:set-up in the area
annual I
meeting of the Cotton AMBULANCE
property off-premises
4 1 game, for a first down at the Hurse said tr ifter watching the Counties I Conference champs, UCHS, SERVICEPHONE
j I varsity game. Ronnie Harper ford, Clay, and Putnaw -
Producers Association at
of reproducing lost Tornado 13.Starke. movies, thej 1 and the Dixie* County Bears-
expense wf nt well on Maruca's | i 964-2600
and Elder
Dwight were deep !
I Biltmore Hotel, Atlanta, touch, has been- uggested The public is invited to attend -
'or destroyed office records i Threatens! side) of the Tornado mn for the Tornadoes but Ga"l
Bradford County
I Nov. 25, 26.Representing- j by the
f a at 6 m. in
forewalL I banquet p. DeWitt C. Jones
I Funeral
the 'extra expense* of i Third quarter play saw the 1 Harper especially, played well.,t the Farmers j School Board. the high school cafeteria Home
Tornadoes stage their most The To// nados' best effort j I Junior Eddie Noegel played Mutual Exchange of Starke The Bradford board has written of
continuing business after I honoring all graduates
) of the gr4 by far, in' the contest half- DeWht C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
j determined drive of the ne came as Dugger's will be Wade Gaskins, Jimmy boards in Clay and Putnam Union County High including .
contest -
a loss to the building but !1 the thii} 1 period when they back, position and sophomore Gaskins, Maurice EdwardsJr. I counties asking them to :| husbnds and wives. Graduates Starke, Fla.

are these a few of the extra -) a 15-yard clipping out-rusht 'd the Jackets 89 to fullback Eddie Douglas spell ., Leon Carter. B. E. Red- ,join in a request to the State of each year will bsI RENTAL SERVICES

in the new j penalty halted their touchdown ''f 73 yard Over-all St. Augustine ed Gardner at fullback. dish, C. F. ,Barker, A. B. Department of Education for !| gpated together if desired.
coverages I on the Augustine 12 t he// d a 50 yard edge in I I Although they were beaten Whitehead, Foster Shi Smith. a study of the situation in the I Admission $1.53 per plate. I Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches

I OFFICE BUILDING i yard line. Had the Tornadoes,, rushing yardage, but they.,i more soundly on the statistical -I'I'I Lucian Conner, Mack Cravey, Melrose-Keystona-S ant a Fe 1, __
PACKAGE POLICY,available i made the touchdown and it, comply ely dominated the I t side of the game several and Mansell Ayer. Lake area.Assignment. |- onn -
I looked first ft ilL piling up 114 yards: ) Tornado players questioned I Ii '. '1k'W It
from the Charley E. as though they had I ;I Two thousand farmers and j i and transportation '. '
: every chance as they bulled to Star rke's 48. St. Augustine !i I during the contest said the :; agricultural leaders are expected -, .
Johns Agency? through the Jacket line time also 5f 3 yards passing to one I Yellow Jackets did not hit asj j jI to attend the meeting ;: of students in .that area '1P': ,
1 has been headache for several -
after time, the point after: for 1 'he Tornadoes to take i hard as did Fernandina two I II which will feature outstanding !I a
E. Johns
Charley might have proved to be th:'I I a 241 to 137 edge in total weeks ago, a team the locals speakers and lecturers years, Bradford School II

Agency I winning margin. So, lookin.; I yard. gained. I whitewashed 13-0. (!i iI drawn from industry and ag Superintendent H. P. Morgan

I back, just 12 yards was al:1 Di ;cussion of the contest. The Tornadoes face Green! riculture. said. Bradford has some students -_I Ihorsecond a $e etI

PHONE 964-0121 I that separated the Tornadoes 5 in'9 tarke at least has centered I Cove Springs in their next! II attending school in Key. 1Gwn

131 S. Walnut St. from their sixth vi'.ory. e siround the fumble which contest Friday night October I CD Office stone, while some Keystone

The return to action of gavi the .Jackets their second 22. in another road show I students come to Starke, Morgan -

chrv: nee to break the 0-0 dead- They will tackle. Class AA 1 To Be Closed said. There are similar

I loci ;. Coach Hurse put the Gainesville High School in For A MonthThe overlaps between Melrose and

fun! ible, which came on a the season's finale the following J Keystone. Morgan said this 9.5
T. I. MERSEREAUCOMPLETE
roi .tine handoff
to halfback week.
Bradford County office jbrings about complications be- fo.ronlyWE
Larry Crawford ,
from quarter- Starke's record for the sea of Civil Defense will be closed {cause one county is not permitted I
ba> :k Phil Elder
down
I as an- son now stands at five wins from Monday Nov. 25,i to transport children
oO ier exhibition-
improper and three defeats The Tornadoes through Dec. 26, while the from another county to its

a PLUMBING AND REPAIRS ej ecution of plays."I have lost to Lake City, i: director, Mrs. C. L. Scholl is schools without a written a-

wouldn't want to place Palatka, and now St. Augus- i: on a one month unpaid leave between both
greement coun-
PHONE 964-8591 tie blame entirely on either tine and all three have been I of absence.
: l thy," Hurse said. The fum- I by shutouts. The BHS eleven I While 111'5Scholl is away' ties. ; DO OUR OWN FINANCING
l lile Attention has recently been
(Temp. Phone was the result of "just I has won 1 game and lost three .i Deputy Director Wm. Shiner
)
I focused the situation due
(qarelessness, the coach add- ( in Flori a Star Conference will be in charge of operations on
Affiliations Discontinued withA. fii.: Hurse said it looked in j play the win coming overLive i ii in the event of an emer- to efforts of a group of Keystone A1 LOW BANK RATES
L. Mersereau and Edwin Johns the
game movies as if Craw- i Oak 12-9 and the defeats i gency. Heights parents to ge*

ford had the ball in, his bell their,,, hildren to high schoolin
v '-r S ? to the.-three teams men-,f ,.well..at ndedJStaff;! meeting ,
I was held Tuesday night Starke because of its higher j ,... -' ., $Ii ,
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I wan is staners standard of accreditation.The --
attenoingRadio ::: : .
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programs were taped Clay County School flIf \---- k--____- :3\\' --'-;:
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several weeks in advance for -
Board has -
refused -
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permit I -- 'I
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$ I airing over WPXE at 12:15: -- ---- I
1O.19..WHYM Bradford busses to pick up I -- -- -= .:: \1'- :J
,each Sunday. : ll''
__ students from Keystone and
bring them to BUS, as requested l\\
LIGHT BILL SAYS Dev. Authority by the Keystone Bus Par : -
= ,
_____________ .Officers Re-elected ents Association. Morgan said J ---;:::=- -T-
$20.45! .... yesterday that. the Bradford =: \ .
___ All' II !
l officers of the Bradford Mud is ; .' 1I. 1\\
willing to cooperate I. .. ,
I II
County Development Authoritywere : I\\! I.
___ re-elected at a meetingheld by taking title to the bus, now j ,I :II\\,:' "I I
n Friday afternoon. These operated by the Keystone par

"But, Mam, That Is Your r were Carl Johns, president; S. ents. He said the bus could be I'' Wri.I
L. Peek Jr., vice president aDd I
used to bring: the> students III '
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Total Utility Bill Which secretary; Norma Willis, RCI A : ,
from the county line into \
treasurer. I n VICTOR ::.l 'ifli ':- ,

Includes Besides Electricity & ;| It was reported that the Starke, but it would be th. TV Io-H" ''t !I\\I j jI


Water, Gas, Sewage, AndA : j .,I Authority the $10,000$30,000 now on payment has hand approximately including just received --,parents'students. responsibility to the county to line getthe I LCL11 Anv Other .it:::I I II ii,, II'II'J '

) 4 from the 1963-64.. race on Highway 100. I \ h I''
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10r Utility Tax. track funds. The board : I III
appointed Mr-
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I : It was decided to hold meet Margie Packham of Theress I: \\\ Kind ,IJI, I

.. \ 'ings quarterly, on a Thursday I '\\1\\ :! \
as bus driver lelief for Mr : I \1''
night at 7:30.Lawtey: III ''I""" i I
And You Get Free ____ Willie Mie S mnms.f : ";II''" ? 'I
-. ": :It "I'"I't I I
: Rec Board t ..-1/
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9 GARBAGE PICK-UP Sets Supper Sat. Local Board ti -- / ......;.' __ -- _.o---- f
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Th@PT .
w' 3 Has Large Call S'Iiest !. ,. .. -'-
The Recreation : -
POLICE PROTECTION Lawtey
Board will covered
give ,
a The local Selective Service[ '
FIRE PROTECTION I.dish supper at 6:30: p. m. office was a busy spot enNov.
< .. : Saturday in the school cafeteria -
'. I 13 whn :?0 young mr \
honoring the Bantam I'
TRASH PICK-UP "Flying L" football team, call boarded for induction a bus in the and largs pre; RCA \.IOTOR

winners. of the league cham-
I Induction examination in recent .
1 STREET MAINTENANCE pionship .this season Everyone -
,years, .
t welcome.
Volunteers leaving for induction It -?
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were: Glenn Carro' ( _/Aif/l 1C tteorufldgnapoRA.JIE > .
.. Union Service Leach Thurman Whitaker Jr ;. C (I 'etJt-j 125 iq. in. pfefurt


I II you are ,confused about your utility! Bill--we/ invite'youto /look For ThanksgivingAt and[[colored Robert! all of Lee Stark Nathan?; anRobert ;I :;

First Christian Lee Perry [colored' D.

at the break-down of a typical one taken from our files: Hampton. Tv ....__
I A union Thanksgiving
service Those called tlrousrh regular .
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: will be 'held from 9 to 10a. .selection were: James L.

Meterileadings Date Used Description Amount Appr. m. on 'Thursday, Nov. 28, Wiggins and Loran C. Crews RCA Victor lei : va-: p-arade vth; this allnew'Sweet/ ;

Present Previous I I .. /0 in the First Christian Church- Starke Raiford;; Clarence Gerald KConner Covington,, : .,'.. 16" Sportabou. f\'. ft'lilir!! ,'. lightweight remarkably, easy ,

-78ft 7560 Oct. 29 264 Res. Ele ,- < 10.19 ELECTRIC 50 The' Thanksgiving message and Freddie: Thomas [both ; to carry-upst :rs. C'&ail\: :l*::' all around the house: And talk

289600 28.1800 Oct. 29 4800 Res. \Vtr ; will be brought Wm- colored, ,of Starke.Twentyone .
2.00 WATER 10% by Rev. -t !
:
about perform:. ';:e >:Jev.t> developed} Power Grid Tuner and
128300 126200 Oct. 29 2100 Res. Gas 512 GAS 25 i Dunagan of the Madison men were fort -
.
Tax : 1.73-UTILITY TAX-IO% :i Street Baptist .Clnn-en with .t warded at this time to the I 18,000-voIt crr'-si i? (<*$*i'n average) pull in pictures clean '

Rs. Sw' 1.50 SEWERAGE 7 r! other ministers assisting.I I Armed. now Forces located examining on Highway station :- and clear. Built!! i in moocpo:( !? antenna: adjusts for best.sijgna'I J, .

20.51 TOT.'The -- Congregations of all churches '
!
; are invited to attend. 17, just southof the main telescopes out o f sight whc i.; not in use. RCA Space Age Scaled!
gate of .the Jacksonville Naval
Air Station. Three of this Circuitry assures uiincst: dc -enc'ability. For outstanding performance
City Utility Department Is The Property Of The People Of Starke, And You,.As. A User Of Its 2 number were transferred here : OOeJth -
Woods Fires and slyJijJtt a I $ bIYle'ffprice-c

Services Receive Dividends In The Form Of Lower Ad Valorem Taxes, Protection Of Your Property, :Are. Reported; ... I I examination.fronj} other boardsfor"When .records their RCA Victor "Swee1 :.

Fire Protection, Organized Recreation Program And Free Garbage Service. '9.6 Acres Burn !I are returned to Local Board *:': }" '. ';rF -' f: '- .

18 they will be forwarded -__ _- '. ,,>:!MIt!. Ii_ -".- __,.lMa- __ I_.
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I lick 'to their board of Juris :- D t.cn4 lo,...l-Jtutt All. aft" V;' -'.4 'of:. ..iib Wt..II..d. ...,..pt" ..l1ttln.n ..A"U'O'

.' '. Two by woods Florida fires Forest were Service reported diction. ::J :T-OM iOd c.,lac c'*.n..*::,:?:.1 :ra '.'f.::: ... ':t.,f ;#l t.Ttr c :.. .e.jp.. t!: UMnn_W.4
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.ty during the past week, with '

: NATURAL GAS ELECTRICITY WATER '- 9.6 acres' burned. G THE MOST TSf; ITED NAME IN TELEVISION
;;, Since Jan 1 there have been f .
80 fires with 528.4 acres burned lot .
: :' WE ARE HERE TO SERVE YOU' as compared with 167 fires zo'-OS

e*' and 1,4025 acres burned during -*
Winkler Electric Inc0
the same period last year j

Rainfall reported during the 666.
UTILITY' DEPARTMENT '
CITY OF STARKE ,
-- . week ending Monday:2tor River :1 Je .
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-Highland
r ; 1 inch;
I Santa Fe, .30 inch. I.. 234 X. TEMPLE AVE. STARKE, FLA.



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I THURSDAY, :loin 21, 963 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA: P.\GE FIVE


i parole in Volusia County witha
| Car Crashes i I special provision that he take I I, yuvE Wf GIE xk GIVE x Wvt WEGlvk_ WE Cwk wgGnE W G.VE Wk 4.Vk w4 bf.f WuvE wgewt xQ4.rf w uvE wEGUt wt GUt W but w1 Wt MR W.E W Gwe xG.vE wgwvr wk WfI

any psychiatric treatment ad- J'e Jt J { d' i J I d J J' I t J J Y J e J r 1 fl d i d J
vised by the parole officer. I
GREEN OREEN GREEN CREEK GREEN GREEN CREEP. GREEN GREEN CREEK CREEK GREEN CREEP. GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN CRE N t.RE6N CREEP. CRE N CREEK
I Into Bridge I II "Gainesville Johnny says on he Church was born Street in |1 STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAMPS STAt STAMPS

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and I've been singing since I
[ was six. He attended Gaines- r 1
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I ville High School. He sang WINN-DIXIE HAS EVERYTHING FOR YOUR QUANTITY RIGHTS 1RESERVED 1 e
motor from the car. But if I with Toby Dowdy for five years
left the left side comparatively : and has appeared frequently SA V F PRICES GOOD THRU .?>:. ijj
undamaged and no obJects | the Jimmy Strickland Show. i q r 23rd

were protruding through | INC. '
the dash on the driver's side. i iCrosby's 1963
Hooked To
injuries apparently I I J.City i I z
resulted from his striking the j
dash board."I I,Direct Dialing hanh5iuiflgCOPYAiGXT ,
firmly believe that if he I I t
had been wearing a safety. Continued From Page One
belt he would have walked a- j I
," the new number is 611. The .
way from it Trooper FowleI > wI
,said. The trooper estimatedthe I I old number for repairs was

car's speed wheni tt hit II 114. 2 : L: =L:: :
the bridge at about 55 or 60 0 The Starke Telephone Co I ) I / _
mph. No one saw the Ford I has recently set up a 2-year ) a YF I IJ
1 I rural expansion program and
hit the bridge but several carswere '
:i j I plans to add another 500 rural -
short distance
a back of D
to the 2,500 custom-
the Ford and the occupants. )i users WD BROAD BREASTED
i n ;
its services
who first ers already using
were to arrive at the j
told I Close to $350,000 will be spent
scene Fowler that Cros-
by had not passed them. j! by the company for Improve D STO R k
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The Ford fan off the road i ments. H ,' SIRLlON or FULL, CUT BONELESS ROUND

150 feet before it hit the: i I 1 .............................., .4 a
bridge and the six concrete )(Cub Scouts Set r. ,. i
guard posts probably slowed tt' : "'. j LB. 0
ft
STOCK UP EARLY (
it down and diverted it froma Tuesday MeetingCub I
head-on collision with the 17 TO 24 LBS 10 TO 16 LBSf fl
bridge abutment, the trooper Scout Pack 70 will ALL STORES WILL BE .J ym T-BONE

said.guard Except posts for, the the concrete con-- pack have meeting its regular on Tuesday.Nov. monthly. Closed Thanksgiving 4t I.II: 9

crete of the bridge was not 26. in the FellowshipHall Stek LB ?
even cracked anywhere, the: of the First :Methodist: i SO THAT OUR EMPLOYEE lb. tu lb.j :

trooper stated : Church. The theme for thismonth ; CAN ENJOY THE HOLIDAY WITH 1- t.,..
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is World of Sound-
According to Fowler. Crosby 1 THEIR FAMILY AND FRIENDS. t t
E. M. Williams is program rr
has a driver's license bu ..
leader for this month and has
it is restricted to i 7
compel the GRADE "A" LB.
| used his tape recorder to give ,
use of outside
an
rear Mew PLUS 70C REFUND
EVISCERATEDQUICK 0 0
mirror because of vi- i special effects which he plans<<
poor
sion. i to use at the meeting FROZEN Buy both items circle the price you 1. BEEF SHORT
i for the W-D BRAND TURKEY
Achievement awards and paid on
BROAD BREASTED, a I
I ,. y cash register tape and mail this along with
presentations will be given at
a ..
the Better Packaging Label from the '
B & E Sentence i this time. r + lid flop of 18" wide HEAVY DUTY LB.F
I All Den Chiefs who did not p- ALCOA WRAP. c
receive their shoulder cord at Send For Your Refund of 70 To ALCOA i,, s ,
Handed Down the last meeting will be so ;. c ., s. WRAP, BOX 4363, CLINTON, IOWA. LEANER, FRESHER GROUND, 100% PURE BEEF ;, -
[Continued from Page 11 i honored at this time. All Cubs t Y 6 :4; p?? '; rid y t S 98
and parents are urged to attend d 19.
ing and grand larceny. the meeting.11nsurance Cr0 eef 5 PKG. ;
Cocomise gave Sheriff P. D.
Reddish the "news" about their '
Agent
activities by voluntarily con- FRESH FLORIDA wr .
fessing. Speaks To Rotary
Underwood was sentencedthis II Superbrand Gr. "A" Large .. ?, t
year to five years in Rai- George E. LaRue, Keystone I
ford prison on an Alachua Heights insurance agent. gave 1
County warrant for stealing an informative talk at the E G G. MORTON CHICKEN, BEEF, TNRKEY META
equipment from Radio Station I Rotary Club Wednesday on h ecol '
"' IL. 8 .
WIWH. I the origins of the insurance $1.
Judge Murphree sentenced I business to the present time sue.. Sumo + O. tF'les u ,Pie: ;

Johnny to 30 months,; in Raifordas i when its most valuable pro- '
i MORTON Peach, Cocoonut, Mince Meat
he 1 Apple Pumpkin
has spent the! last six duct is "service- 2 .
months in Bradford County Mr. LaRue said that no DO Z
Jail. Murphree granted mercy 1 company can render better k1 Bob White Sliced 't All Flavors Superbrand Fruit Pies 3 FOR $1. ;
by letting the Aldchua County I service than its local agent is 1
sentence run concurrently with 'capable of providing and 1 t SHERWOOD WHOLE FROZEN '
the 30 months sentences he received that the agent, rather than I ;
,
B A" C 0 N CRfAMI
Monday. the company should be : 1 Ice Str'berries1t.391;
Cocomise has been
workingfor blamed for most dissatisfaction 50 Extra*1 W Green Stamps ._ t
Radio Station WROD in on the part of policy t -
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WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
Daytona Beach: since his I holders. FROZEN BEN HILL GRIFFIN !
release from the mental hos ONE 2-LB. PKG. PAN-REDI
The speaker introducedby I
pital. Murphree placed him on Neil Tucker.was Breaded Shrimp l-LB. 1 1 HALF s:Ft Qre Ni 2. 12-oz. 89.

H 'OOD THRU NOVEMBER._ + I P Cans
-. PKG. 1 GAL. ;
AT ANY WINN-DIXIE ,
51 ..
l !k[ fl 1 tlrl I + f .! .+i"I Fl 1 .
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50 Exlra 0. /:Green Si tams *,+"'1:. /". d"<: .1'ott.".: ',... .: IJ.J'IJ.J'f : .

WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF SAVE lO'/i* EA MINOT CRANBERRY Limit 2 with $5. food orderTwo i:;.:" .. I'<.:; v.::1"'A>:1i<.)..<..:.1 :..., !b.!' 1fl1! 1

PROS. FROZEN GOLD KING c \ i r #<. .;A'& :V l' .: 9 4 .j j

THEATRE-.. Hush Pu"pies' a uce 1 CANS 300 15'< -,'fio tt.-. .'__1.4..o.. .; ;" ." "'." ,- \.
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COOO 'UNO""O e ."'t.:." '''': '. '\.:':, ft.'d ;
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WINN-DIXIE \
AT ANY > ;
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:
OPENING TIME Iy SAVE 4K2 EACH LIBBY'S ,PIE Large :t > j ,, :.. tl

MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 0 / .:aI\ .,/J :
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6:.t5 P. :\1. h 303 1 0; Heads : :

SATURDAY 1:00 SUNDAY 2:00 50 Extra##"Green Sfaoips U m PI< I n Snowball.1 /. f1

1 WITH- THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF SAVE 10* EACH DOLE PINEAPPLE Limit 2 please.Two Y f ,
Thurs., Fri., Sat. -- Nov. 21, 22, 23 PKGS. FROZEN PA.TIO. 0 z


DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Enchilada GOOD 'u.o"Dinners."Ea 23RD J C e 46.aLCAN' 2. 5 ; C; au. I i f I ower.f .1'

....It...................................I..II..... AT ANY WINNDIXIEtimimtmmmtifmffltmnm eS3 .

10,000 kids meet on %% r. f SAVE 5t EACH THRIFTY MAID 3 sv. ALASKA or LARGE 3.' ,

5. CO Beach Blankets! !* BEACH Ir ': ,..

tift j :. A'J."t1:;.. : :. 4J S w. P 22. 5 I .
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.; 50 Extra%VC Green Stamps 0 .
V&'t.4 'R1Y"! WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of. HEAD

__.... .. ONE FROZEN SAVE }10 EACH DEEP SOUTH a. ; $
.... .t 3 '
.- '" : : Treado Pecan Pie _-
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n.. .:...:.-.,'" ,, .' : .PWV1SICH'...............\...\.COLOR.. : FOOD THRU NOVEMBER S3MOAT M 3 9 S JIl
.... '""" .. _".,....'_:..::1.f".. ", '.,,,'...',.-.' ,,-. '\\.' ......, 1M ANY WINN-DIXIE ayon na.5e. QT. I. Red Eating :: U. S. No. I Baking Potatoes

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'- I I, .. APPLES i RUSSETS
", Ban ((11MIV11F JGS' G" Yh.r+P" I 1

vOFOThy1'3L4h'e!' FF3tiK12 AVaLON AyNeff&FUNI O: I ':;::':....ICTIIU < EACH < TOILET TISSUE l please. Pound 49 4 10 Pound 59
P1 a d 5 Bo j Bo
r r ;fit r n i D :'mltlgs'ROLL g g

-PLUS- 50 Extra&tf Green Stamps eisey PKG. 19; _

WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE ofONt44t. __
.
JAR DEEP SOUTH ,r sa1y

13TERRIHEO Strawberry Preserves DETERGENT '. '- ". :

GOOD THRU NOVEMBER 2SBDAT h
r '
TEENAGERS J 4 Jw
ON THE ANY WINN-DIXIE %,
4 mtluaAGSTIE f t, ARROW' ; tx i
RUN! .. e aucrla; r
COLOR a L1EcRk
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50 Extra#tf Green OM NEW EASY OPEN CAN ) GT. f l UNSATURATED ASTOR I
Stamps 4. 8
Sun., Mon., Tues. Nov 24, 25, 26NOWTIESCREENTELI5ttr"MAKfeSAWOM.ll. ; 9
WOH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF ; J. BOX ;

% \m\TBRt\KS HER! ONE 28-01. CRACKIN GOOD BIG 60 A _
SAVE ]11\\t EACH
>r Family Gr. Sandwiches r ; :;yr :
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1 GOOD THRU NOVCMDER I3KD
: AT ANY WINN-DIXIE .s I CAN DETERGENT I :

".\ ..1.. ... Bi t SAVE 104 < ...< SAVE 7t s Li.

.
t MAXWELL HOUSE Save 10< FAB ,t ; Save 15* Each
_. It
I y
; Extr adel.'reenStemp s CAN

w.tEA.: "!T!..> I WITH.THIS AND PURCWISE OF ;., GT ;;
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McBMN c I KiTlln: CAliEiAIERS I Bayer Aspirin Soye 21'

.", 11 au... I i000ANTHRU OVDUIEIt nAD
_RWt"q--coAltmn 11 Y DIXIE Limit one with $5.00

food order- or more. -
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a PAGE SIX : BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA THTKSDAY SOY 2ii63

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CALL FOR BIDS publicly opened and read aloui,Ii
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Tf Victims S dd'W' .L 1 1t f i. All purpose grease oil grad. The Board of County Commissioners I on the following:
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Iser '- '- Endorse !If>> and 140, 5 gallon and 55 gallon of Bradford Conn- Onr-1964-1'v-ton trupte: wheelbase I
f : :: : : Jaycees i drum. Gear lubricate must ty. Florida, will receive sealed 156 or 157, 6 cylinder engine
meetI I L-L 2105 Specifications bids at 10.Od: A. M., on tae H. P. not teas than 135 or
morning of December 3, 19G. more than 170; front axle CP-
The 'Businessman'Who 6. Multi-Purpose Grease in in the Courtroom in the Courthouse 4000 to 5000; Hear Axle CP 13.000 :
( Low Cost Rent 3S ib. containers and 120 lb for the following: to 15,000, 1-speed transmission: ,
containers. This bid will be for the year power take off, :2- pe..d.xt',
7.U Xo. 2 Fuel and Kero- 1964, beginning January 1, i I turn signals tires tubes 75
f sene to be supplied to. tlw and ending December :31 191"1 j OX %0-5 ply front. 323X2J: --
The Starke Jaycees have Courthouse Agricultural BuildIng I No. 1 Grade LJmerock. delivered i 10 ply on rear.acumn booster '
I Wasn't voted approval of low rent Health Clinic and County in Fratffonl ("un'''. brakes.. heater installed standard -_ p 1
color Omahs ,;;;::
f I Price to be given per ton. I' equipmei ; I 1 ii'
housing for Starke and have Jail.The .
,... low bidder will furnishto The Board rt>er,es me r.oii Orange.One
r..jf : Flab bed steel smooth :
: i4f -" offered thsir support and assistance the County, One Gas Computer to reject any and all bids. -
:;;:: r flooring. ;'od 12 feet
}N' dump ; ) Icngby
I .,: By Anne Pit!', I taurant.formerly! called Yates '-''-'-- "'1'J'" in bringing the project J Pump, One Compression. (OFFICIAL SEAL) 72 feet vide with standard
Pump for Diesel I, one 14 H. PAir Charles A. D'r. Clerk
Driv 301 about.: J pockets all' around. Marion H>'-
-.in on Highway Compressor, also Two Biirel 11/21 2t 112oviiitiit :
" i supposedly: "new bu.31Crnau" -; draulic hoist model 721;: -A2:-
; North, and set himself up as The Jaycee action wa j Hand pumps. or Garwood 1'olt.i Model A-3 >
.. in town set Scark". a "new business n n" in the I made known in a letter this" One Gear Oil Lubster, One' :\ ,-t. I9BSCAM. body instated complete also .-
Grease
Gun. to fit 120 lb. Gea: .
merchants back for over FWt UII) % Omaha Orange in oor.
s week to the Civic Round.) .
I containers.The
community grease
Sealed hid:> will be received bj The said City Council reserve:
.$3 500 and then "skipped : Starke Builder's Supplies 'Table which is sampling the successful bidder wiil. the City Council of the City oi i I the light to accept or reject any
tU"1" with the goads he got 1 opinion of local purchase, from the present supplier ( Starke Florida at the city hull I or all ids. 'Ji
let him have $250 in materials groups on
all '
underground equipment -
"tf\'credit in a track he in Starke. Florida until 7:00 o- City Council Of City Of Starke.
wos'going to fix the place up. Carl L. the matter at major oil company clock p. m.. on Tuesday December I, FloridaBy
';: to buy." I Johns said. "I don't know Jaycee President A. Q. prices. 17. 1963 at which time ami Merrill Edwards City Clerk
I' The Cadillac i
I M rem name it he took it. He Left BehindCarl The board reserve the rightto place all bids received will be 11 '21 St 11 28 .
what good it would do us to Smith said the organization ; reject any and all bids. gE0TN'THUNGUPTHIS
Supplies, furniture, appliances I file suit, nails and cutting is ready to go with the erection -! (OFFICIAL SEAL,) j 1. ..
Hurst, service station < I 1, bad checks, dishes labor services truck,I have already ruined the ma- only "victim" who came out al head in dealings with flimflamc of welcome signs at the I Charles- A. Darby 1121; Clerk 2t 11/28
and even !
a terials." north and south entrances on WINTERDon't
;
.. lie even wangled artist. Hurst has 1956 Cadillatii which he intends to keep un- I In The
a month'sfree Farrell had a. good appear- U. S. 301 as soon as local County Judge's Court .
rent on''the'place he told "someone comes for it." clubs i Bradforl: County, Florida,
provide their individual
i ance and "talked real j I Pr bn<* \o. 1-730 wait until it's too late to
1 merchants he bought. emblems for mounting the In Re: Estate of James Horns-
Warrants for his, arrest are smooth, Johns: added- for "cleaning up the place." keeping that car and have a backdrop. He all II by, deceased.> make some really low-cost

t still in 4.. J. Thomas, handling the Farrell didn't stay a monthto labor-lein against it, Hurst urged groups otice Of Piling F"r Final GOLDEN RIPE storm windows Do it NOW
at the Sheriff'soffice.
coming to do this
as soon as possibls. I Discharge Of AdministratorTo
with EASY-ON Storm
finish out his "free" rent- Varp'
rental of the said
So far tour have been property, All
said.The The club will Whom ItIay Con
sponsor an-
Window Kits.Each kit contains
but he did "clean" the place car has a California
issued Farrell made "verbal cern:
j i by Starke peopte a agree- other turkey shoot at 1
p. m- clear & nails.
plastic, molding
license tag and the legal own- Notice is hereby given that I
against R. L- Farrell, who gota ment" to rent the place andgot up.Carl this Saturday at the same lo- have filed my final return as Ready to tack up. .a complete
M. Ritch, owner of a er is listed as Bank of America -
month's free rent on a res- the first month's; rent freeonly cationErvin Andrews pro: administrator of the Estate of BANANASID storm window EASY-ON .
plumbing and heating store 1201 Baker St., Baker- James Hornsby, deceased; thatI .
perty on Edwards Loop at the America's most popular Yrin-
have filed petition for
here, had his workmen installa field, Calif. Farrell gave his my
city limits. final discharge, and that I will dow kit is only 39f at your
water pump valued at $175 previous address as Bakers-
apply to the Honorable Theron local dealer.
The Jaycees will have
:- -St w plus labor on the property."He field, Calif, a I' A. Yawn, County Judge of \
dinner-dance at the American Bradford County, Florida on
told he sold Farrell listed relatives
me had :a near
Legion hall on Saturday Nov. December 20. 1963 fQr approvalof I
REVOLUTIONARY farm in Mississippi and was i; in Jacksonville, Tallahassee, the same and for final discharge : LBS.49C
waiting for his money to be and Alabama on the contract 23. starting at 7 p. m. asa as administrator of the FOR SALE 37 in. used
kick-off for the annual Estate James de-
mem- of Hornsby
transfered here. He didn't he signed with Gibbs. ceased. Gas Range, $45. Western

new performance! want to finance the pump and Mrs Greta Bowen, a book- bership drive. Dated this, 15th day of November Auto_Store, Starkeltehg:

said he would pay me cash keeper at Gibbs, sold Farreil IsHarrietts, 1963. C. Pomeroy FOR SALE-8 x 35 ft. Liberty

when his money got here,*' her freezer valued at $220 for ed because his wife wantedto Harriette C. Pomeroy. as ad Dowiings Produce Market Trailer. Excellent for couple.

Ritch said. what was supposed to be a be near her people and ministrator James of the deceased.Estate of Phone Keystone Heights 473-
I Hornsby
Ritch was out sick for the $140 cash sale. 'roughnecking' 4731.
was too dangerous 11/21 4t 12/12
l _____ rest of the month, and when "Mr. Cowart knew' wantedto ," Fowler said. '

i I he came back to work this sell my freezer and when I' Mrs. W. H. Lee, who lives I Ii

Ot t I1io week found out about the Farrell asked about one, Mr.i north of town on 301, was an i
and his Ritch Cowart told him about mine
man pump. says employee of
4P! Parrell's for a
:
> he intends to file suit against Mrs. Bowen said. week. She said that Farrell's I.

Farrell. "Farrell said he would buyit I .
wife was pregnant and that I II
LiJ1 Farrell told Johns of Starhe i if he could:: have it by the he did not "short" her on I

Builders Supply that he had next day. That was Wednesday I
but
I pay, did some of the oth- to Words lest tim ___ .95
,
or one Memorials, Resolutions __ 5e we,",
sold his business in California 1 I and I think he packedup er employees that worked per

; and was waiting for his money on Thursday and moved part of the next wek that h* I. If not paid in advance T. -r- 1.09 Cards of Thanks u? to 51 words %.M

I.: to be transfered here. I on with my freezer," she said was open for business. Keyed or Blind Ads _ _. 1.00 Over 50 words u. _ 5c per w"rl I

Wells Electric did wiring on Mrs. Bowen has filed suit I Each additional word over 20 03 Display ads In Classified __ 1.50 per b*

( the property that totaled against Farrell.A CALL
FOR mm
about $70.FaneIl suit has also been filed by I The Board Of County Commissioners I MALE HELP WANTEDAre I FOR RENT-2 bedroom CB FOR SALE-2 bedroom hous"

', "bought" the furni- the Barsco Supply Coin of Bradford Coun* you looking for a per- 'I furnished house. East LauraSt. I Redecorated inside and out

: ture for the restaurant and Jacksonville against Farrellfor i! Scaled ty, Florida Bids, at will J0:00:receive( A. 51.Firm. on nianet job, or a change of ; $50 per mo. in advance. Good neighborhood. Eas:, I

for the apartment that went taking off merchandise I the morning. December :2:, jobs? Perhaps you qualify for :FIEE |I H. V. Knight. tfclu terms. %y. H. Nollman. tfchs
1963 in the Courtroom, in the an pportunity to learn the I I : ,
with the place with worthless under lien and one for a rub-
,4\. k Courthouse, for the following;, 1 I FOR SALE 1 acre on SR WE HAVE a selection of used ,
p Finance Business from the'' I
checks down at ber check that he used for
as a payment This bid will be for the :
year 16, 2 miles West. Bargain for refrigerators. All in
II ,, Gibbs Furniture Store. the down payment on 1964, beginning January 1. 1964- ground up. High School grad Read The Classifieds! ; working
., and ending December 31, 1964. I quick sale. Phone 9645934.tfchg. I order for $40 up. SLADE GAS
; 4 uate desired. Auto
Cowart merchandise valued at about necessaryWe
Dewayne ,
IF
$ managerof This bid will be consideredas YOUR NAME IS I of STARKE tfchg
*', -'t N Gibbs, says he intended to $400. a package bid. have a good starting sal
FOUND AMONG THE I I
file suit The furniture, in- Included in the supplies 1. Regular Gasoline ary,' and auto allowance, In- LOSTLadies wrist watch. I
I. 2. Diesel: Fuel No. 2 CLASSIFIED ADS CALL HASTINGS MATTRESS
White
gold
beautiful, patented cluding, portable TV and radio from Barsco was a 55-cup 3. Motor Oil Case lots in 24 surance benefits, vacation ','I Lady Hamilton.
that Farrell took with coffee pot. "Wherever he is, quart cans and 55 gallon drum, with pay. If you are willing I AT THE TELEGRAPI Contact Coach Ernest Barnes 'I& UPHOfSTERY WORK

him, came to about $2.003:> he must be drinking plenty of Classification Motor oil will! DS meet available API service in to respond to direction, and OFFICE FOR A FREE I at B. H. S. Itchg 710 Lemon St. Palatka

Cowart received word that coffee," Sheriff P. D. Reddish SAE grades 10 W through JO I looking for a career, inquire TICKET TO THE FLORIDA ..! NEW AND USED-Chain saws Furniture Repaired
Farrell -had "packed up and commented. W. This oil is to meet require- Town Finance Company, 144 $50.00 up. Repairs all makes. \

OIL HOME HEATER left town" from an employeeof Reddish called the Florida merifs service'of engines classification operating D under S., W. Call St., Starke, Fla, THEATRE.FOR Lawn mowers sales end ser 'I' Upholstered & Refinished J
vice. Your McCuDoch Dealer
gives so much wonderful comfort Farrell's who came to the Sheriff's Bureau for aid In This oil is to meet require-. tfchg SALE: 3 BR House, 2 Florida Saw Co. 19th, Driv MATTRESS2S REBUIL1 ,

store and inquired of Cowart apprehending the suspect, ments M for I IrL45199'for Military specifications hign FOR SALE: '53 Dodge. Good baths, hardwood floors; over N. East, Gainesville, Fla. 6- New lime/springs 1

"how much did they take you and law enforcement agencies output diesel engine crankcase condition and good tires. looking golf course- Call 964- 3411. tfch
.. for?" here are also on the lookoutfor oil. -- and Box Springs !
It shall also thel' $200. 148 N. Church Street. 0255 after 7 p. m. 2tchg 11114| I FOR RENT Adults only.
.new heating comfortThis Cowart took truck out to Farrell. meet manu Drop Us A Card CaD
a facturer's Phone 964-1561. 2tchg 1112& i or
recommendations for COW in my pasture Owner First floor apartment. Living I \
the place and loaded some of State Trooper Fowler said Series 3 Lubrication. PALATKA KA 5-91(1 \
new Siegler Oil Heater is all.nelL', from the inside FOR RENT4 room and I mayi! have by paying ad and room, bedrooms, private en- :
the furniture that belongs to that he "went by there one 4. Motor oil incase lots, 24 STARKE 964-59S4
out! The.entire' walls of the inner unit create super quart cans and 55 gallon drum. bath furnished apartment. describing it. C. C- Wynn, Rt. trance. T. V. Aerial. Conveniently \
Gibbs and brought it back to day when Farrell fixing II MEL PEGGY
was
heat tubes that surround the flame. The result is To meet A PI Service Class M Phone 969-1185 between 4 r- 1 Box 435, Starke, 2tp ll21! located. No Pets. 128 SIIMLELStarke :
the store. the place up and he told me :M-M S & D G available SACGrade Agent
more heat over your floor, more fuel savings, and m. and 6 p. m. Stchg 12,5:, North Church St2tp 11-21 '
10 W through 40 \V and SHOE SALE Ladies and -
"He couldn't take it all with he was an "oil roughneck"from \
undreamed of heating comfort. Why-put up with an"expensive" meet Military Specifiations. ROOM FOR RENT Nice and children's shoes $1.49. Men' OWN YOUR HOME! No!
him so I got some of my Texas. He said he mov- M I L-L-2104 A. FOR RENT Furnished apartment -
cheap heater when a Siegler will pay for stuff back. But, believe me, clean, $8.00 -per week. 148 N. shoes $2.98 and $3.98. Ladies' closing cost. Low monthly! at rear of store. 321
itself with the fuel it saves. I Church St. Phone 969-1561 dresses $1.98 and $2.98. All Also houses : t
and
he took everything he could. < LIVE I I payments N Temple Ae Call 969-2981.

now styling Farrell supposedly "took" ;: i 4tchg 12'5i new' Mary Carter Paints, I apartments for rent. See W. I tfcht

321 N. Temple H. Nollman. Starke. tfchg
the things in a truck that belongs ; INSURANCE
Clean, trim lines with a "picture frame" front. The to W. J. Dodd of Dodd's :. i i; AT REDUCED RATES Ave.4tchg 1128; FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurnished -I AC.. ELLIS

genuine porcelain enamel is rich cordovan with bright Service & Auto Sales. !! AUTO FIRE BOAT E. H. PRESCOTT .
house. Newly painted -
gold trim. This Siegler will be the handsomest and Dodd has filed suit against Turkey ShootSaturday : DOYLE E. CONNER LAKE GENEVAINDUSTRIES
; INSURANCE AGENCY WANTEDExperienced sec inside. Large yard. Screened -
warmest friend in home '
your Farrell for his one-ton 1959 !
I Phone 964-4501 retary. Shorthand and typing front and back porches.Mrs. ,(

black Chevrolet panel trucK tfchgi essential. Write P. O. Box E. J. Dowling 570 WestCall I

see a SIEGLER soon atIT'S ..' : that "Farrell told, me he was i REGISTER NOW for Adult 709, Starke. tfchg St. phone 964-4621. MOBILE HOMES

going to buy." The truck i;) ;i Evening Classes. Mail course ,ltchg I AUTO SALES

A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTERAT valued at $495. Nov. 23 : selections to Director, Drawer COINS BOUGHT USED FURNITUREAND I

Farrell left his 1956 Cadillac I 1:00 P. :N.MICHIGAN :. 100- Starke, Fla. Apply in person EXCHANGEDI FOR SALE-3 bedroom CD APPLIANCES

Coupe de Ville at Hurst's Sin- 1 : 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. USO Pay current market value home, 1 bath and Florida "Always Below :Market I

clair Station to be repaired 1! [rear]. Negro adults contact for old: wins: Indian Head room. Acre lot, more acreage

; Thfc repair bill came to about RANCHRoute : Prof. Thompkins, RJE High Pennies, Gold Coins, Commemoratives available. 2 mi. horn town on and CLEAN"OBEY

Denmark Furnitur! i I 1'n. $340 and Hurst would not let ,; School. tfchg Medals. Rd. 100 W..Phone 964-4164. That Impulse 1

Farrell have the car back. I ': IF YOU WANT to drink.that's Denver R. DevrickD 4tp 1128. | "Drive a Little"-Save
&W Auto Supply FOR RENT- bedroom CB : a Lot!
j 100 South 3
"I went home and told my \ your business.. If you
484Y.. Call S' Slarke Fla. wife that I didn't trust that I I I want to stop, that's our busi- 516 E. Brownlee St. unfurnished house on E. I i Lake Geneva Mobile Homes

-_ I man for some 'reason. I'm Given1y Nelson Griffis and G. L. Luster ness. Write P. O. Box 78, tfchg Laura St. $50 per mo. in ad and Park

I Route 1, Starke. 4tp 11121 LOST Half Jersey cow and vance. H, V. Knight. tfchg 1 mi. South of Keystone

white faced calf. Lost at San- Heights on Hiway 100
FOR
RENT OR SALE 3 FOR SALE
: bedroom house. Bargain. ta Fe Sock Farm on State Ready mix concrete concrete

There Is No Finer ;' Near school post office and Rd. 18. If found contact A. block, house piers, sand, cement I I WANTED White woman

Thanksgiving I shopping area. Call 964-9341 Faulkner, Rt. 1 Box 56. mortar mix, rock, steel.I| cook for hospital kitchen

after 5 p. m. 4tchg ll28! Starke. 2pd. 11121 Tater shell, limerock roof ) Phone 964-5911 3tchgJlljZl"GOOD

,' : GOOD STUDENT typewriter. HOUSE FOR RENT-2 bed- gravel Hntels. BRADFORD EE7 NbTrioNEifTYPEWRITERS
-j I ENGR. CO. Phone 864-2521.
room unfurnished. Walking
Remington legal
carriage, pica -
; MILK Today type. Good condition. New distance to Post Office. Starke. tfchg FOR SALE OR RENT

: Phone 964-2521. tfchg Late Model
platen. $17.. Call 473-4436.
,
World Book
SEE
BE SURE TO
H REVIVAL Keystone Heights. Up FOR SALEParcel: of landon before buying any other En- Smith Corona . 95.09

301 North. Business spot. cyclopedia. M. A. Payne, your I Select Used
FOR SALE House!: and 1V Close to town. Good local local representative since 1956 Royal KMG . . 70.00

acres on Morgan Road. N. of and tourist trade. Phone 964- P. O Bor 603 Phone 964-3794. Select UsedRemington ,

I Starke. N- D. Burn y, Rt. 2 tfchi KMC 55.00
Tomorrow 'Will Be Even 2465. tfchg '
*
Box 56. 2tp 1123 BRADFORD COUNTY
WM. HAAS
WE BUY PECANS Top I
H. C. KELLYInsurance TELEGRAPH
prices paid. Warehouse in PEYTON FLORIST ---

I EVERGREEN : Better! Problems? Farmer's Waldo and Mutual Gainesville.Exchange. 119 S. .THOMPSON 964-4155 ST. $200 FOR up.SALE Bermuda- Angus Hay Bulls at !

; Call The Man From Phone Fr. 2-1095, 216 N. W. PHONE barn $30 per' ,ton. T. W. Ba -

_ TRAVELERS"George 10th ,Ave. Gainesville tfchi; NIGHT !6C-3It1 or SC9-1I22 er & Sons Keystone Heights.

E. LaRue I DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS 473-4704. 2t. bg 11.21
WHY PAY RENT? Own your
BAPTIST CHURCH'NOV.27TH Keystone Heights Agt. For We Wire Flewen Anywhere
own Mobile .Home. As low as
Don't I
So
Say "Travelers Ins. tfchi
:, Companies' $395.00 down. Use your car, Complete PlumbingInstallation
MILK TeL 473-4692 Day, boat or furniture for down

j THROUGH 47S-4225 Nite!. payment. TRAILER MART. For Monuments, & Repairs

NOV. 3QTH Ante Fire Home Easiness I INC., U. S. Hiway 17, Box 46*, Markers Etc. 1 Year Guarantee on New

Monthly Payment Plan East Palatka EA 8-1050. tfch* Installation

SERVICES Say. Available FOR SALE- Used plywood, CALL Phone 964-2431, Nite or Day
NIGHTLY
7:30: P.M. tfchg.:, 5c sq. ft. Lavatories like new, G. S. NewcombPhone

I $10 each. Medicine cabinets, A. L. MERSEREAUand
964-0391
;, NEWLY DECORATED: furnished $3 each. Good used lumber,
: SPEAKERS : SUWANNEE VALLEYMILK : apartments. One and used plumbing supplies. Jack- EDWIN JOHNS

:: two bedrooms. Reasonable. son Building Supply. Starke BULUNGTON APPLIANCES
[ Lights and water furnished. tfchK Good used refrigerators, televisions RIDE WANTED Lady,-

NOV. 27TH .-- REV. WALTER MATHIS i Contact 431 Center St. or 1 bedroom washers. radios, etc. Gainesville and return. 8:30a :
FOR RENT
; phome 964-7191 or 4-6551.. Guaranteed operating order. m.-5:30: p. m. 5 days a

e NOV. 28TH -- REV. CHARLES HARVEY tfcb? tios.trailer.Westmoreland Trailer lots with Trailer pa- tfchg week Call 964-7735 after 6:30:

: p. m. 2tp 1121;
ZIP CODE STAMPS FOR
___i :.. NOV. 29TH Park. Phone 969-2151, tfchg FOR RENT -Partially furnished -
REV. JAMES BRANCH { SALE AT BRADFORD COUN- j 2 bedroom house. All
MARY IS BACKAND
II{ TY TELEGRAPH. PLANTS FOR SALE: Pansy,

:;: NOV. 30TH REV. W. M. DUNAGAN ,,, petunias [all cokxrsl calendula newly painted Inside Easy INVITES YOU TO A
At Your Favorite Grocer WANTED Man with high walking distance of down
and com flower. Alu I II FREE CHICKEN SUPPER
school education permanent town.: Phone 964-2521. tfchg
I shrubbery-Mrs. V. R. Ferguson AT THE AZALEA DRIVEIN
job. Apply Farmers Mutual
EVERYONE
INVITED
AVAILABLE IN GALLONS ExchangeItchg Raiford Road north of : FOR SALE-12 guage ShotGun 2 )U. ,SOUTH OF
'S Starke. Phone 964-5571. tfch r $18 Double stock. Also STARKE ON U- S. 301 -

_ -" REV.' 'WALTER MATHIS PASTOR HALF GALLONS, QUARTS AND PINTS WILL take orders for shelled Bradford County The coun. I cotton scales, can hook and FRIDAY NIGHT NOV. 22,

':-t. .... .. pecans by the pound. Phone ty of Planned Progress atamPiI : other tools. Edgar Burrell, Rt. FROM S TO 10.
"
964-4555. ltp I I $U4 at Telegraph. i i2 Box U, Starke. 2tp 1121 I EVERYONE WELCOMEh'


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J' -----. ::. ,'. .. I I' 1,0...._,..,_ I... W .._.W....... II I/r_._....._ [Resale Colson that the Col- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN I Sunday Sunday School, 7 p. m.Wednesdav.

V' /b' son family has been plaguedby CHURCH 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship, : Men of the
i C-.9 fireS.. He said the old store Church, 6:30: p. m.
Farmer's Diary II. Walton Grady, Minister 11 a. m. Youth Fellowship.,
burned down years ago Thursday Senior Choir
i'i I many 5:30: p. m.; Evening Worship,
and that i in more recent years Week of Nov. 17-23: practice, 7 p. m.
\. By Sam McGarrej the Colson residnece caught
.
p fire but the blaze was fortun- .
2,500acre.'Showplace.. .- Told ately extinguished quickly. .1
. f fI .
them about our work here i: nEW HomES

with plastic: mulching of Incidentally, Mr. Crews, '
I \ strawberries :and they were who is 81, remembers the old
I ri quite interested' and said they Pinholster grist mill and cot-

i I would like see our plant- ton gin many years ago, located -
!I ings.. 'where Clyde Cone lives "Fits Your Needs"SARATOGA
.
.
; now, and recalls that Dave
One of the visitors is the Pinholster was "a hustlingman.
1 Lack of rain is becomingmore "
i L of fabulous Black .
iI owner a
t 0.
1 and more .
iI a problem as
.ranch
I Angus which in 1958
I, the current drought extends, produced the. world grand This is a pretty time of HEIGHTS
I particularly as wt are getting champion femaleNeedless to year; the bays and swamps ,
some cold weather and frosts. say,:.he was not excited about; ,are a riot of color with reds STAUKE
t h '* .rw :t Berry growers who have irrigation the. wonderful polled Here- blazing out in strong contrast !Ito
- : are able to supply fords at the S, F. R. Ranch our evergreen background i iI
\ the needed moisture, but the I However in the mornin it is New Masonry- Aluminum Awning Windows 3 Bed
t others can only wait and "air-ish" and have
i Alice just called: "Sam, go quite you i
I! : hope for much-needed showers out front quickly. There's I to bundle up to keep warm. ;; Rooms -- 2 Full Baths -- Big Living Room and Dining
I
w_ some, people killing a rattler but by midday the sun is hot':!
_
r" out on the highway." Sam and you have to start peeling. AreaSpacious Kitchen Plenty Cabinets .- Storage
.
Judging by the four frosts I,
cranked
H I up the PuddleJumper ..
we've had to date, we are in and went out. but in the The British visitors we mot Room Carport Price $11,250.
i for a "bad" winter. The kill- i I
meantime the people had with last week were not especially i
frost Nov.. for instance
ing 13. -
on
hung the dead snake [about impressed with the : .
1 was a good two weeks 4-foot rattler] on a SRD ce section of Florida they had
Rubble Marks Site of Colson's Store earlier than the average date ment post and took off. Our seen, i. e., from Jacksonville : NO DOWN PAYMENT VAT
for one here in this county. thanks to the folks who kill- to Santa Fe. They said the I j
.
Fire Protection Lacking In Small Towns ed the reptile. 1 scenery was unimpressive, I
.
s Pecan prices fell off by an- that 'all they saw was trees!,

This mass of rubble was once a Some citizens believe that a modest other two or three cents a With a freeze warning last [webragged about how :
auction last
pound at the week, Alice covered her poin- quickly the pines growl, that : T $ 00
i store-Colson's store a well knownestablishment truck, which could be obtained from week, and the outlook, according -
settias and by protecting
at Brooker.If surplus government property through the soil was poor, and the ,
to Phil Kronkhite, them'' that "way managed to range cattle were not much. ,
one picture is worth a thousand Civil Defense channels, would be of new market manager, is not save' them. They are just i Month
words, this one should take the placeof some help-even without a city water encouraging. "There is a big starting to ;;turn red and we All this was more than we .
a lot of talking as an argument in system-if it got to a fire in the early crop." he said "and the pricesare hope to have flowers for the ,could bear, so we asked SOftlY' "
favor of more adequate fire protectionfor stages. Besides the water carried on bound to be low." holidays! how they liked our climate ,
small towns in our county. the truck, it could also be equippedwith [i it; was a typical Florida day, ;;

Brooker has a fire truck, but on the fire-fighting chemicals. But so Enjoyed a meeting with 35 While over at Brooker on sunny and mild They laughed Drive Out Pratt St. West To Blanding St. Salesman Has
particular night of this fire there was far, ,the Lawtey city council has not Britons at the Santa Fe River the Colson store fire, we I then and one remarked, "I'!

trouble with the automatic choke and taken the necessary steps toward providing Ranch, who had their first learned through Wally Crews,1 just 'can't believe this is No- i' All Houses Open For Your Inspection Sunday, 12 Noon
r there was a delay in getting it started. this equipment. Five houses anda close look at Florida at the who is an uncle to R. A- vember."

In the meanwhile trucks were summoned sawmill have burned since the mat- Till Dark. And Will Fully Explain How You Can Easi--
from nearby towns, but time is of ter: was first brought up for consid- RID !

essence in fighting a fire, and every eration. q THE COUNTY TELEGRAPH :I ly Be A Proud Home Owner.DEMETREE .
minute lost contributes to the disaster. Hampton has its application in fora BRADFORD;

The truck from Lake Butler arrived fire truck through Civil Defense, and (.1 >> fairly soon, and might have saved at is now: waiting for its priority to reach N &*41 E. L. MATTHEW. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER ;

least part of the loss-but it ran out the top of the list. 0 INC.
t 1 $ FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CON- BUILDERS
of water. .Insurance rates, obviously, are : i
Brooker has no water system. Pre- higher where there is no fire protec u TINuOULY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD ,

parations are being made to apply fora tion. Even'if the;,citizens of a town had PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED As SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE

government loan to finance such a to pay a little increase in taxes to obtain POST OFFICE AT STARKE FLA. UNDER ACT Of MARCH 3.Hf 1879 I II 6915. BEACH BLVD. JAX. 1Q, FLA.
I
system, but the matter has yet to:be '.this protection, it is ,possible they I I II
TRADE AREA ONE TE R $1.50, SIX MONTHS $2.00 PHONE RA5.8422TUR.KOLO'GY
approved by a referendum of Brooker might find themselves ahead of the
OUTSIDE TRAb16-AREA OJJB YEAR $4.00 : SIX MONTHS $2.25 i.
voters. Perhaps the above picture game at the end of the year through a ,
could be used as a strong argument in reduction in their insurance premium. I 1. -I' .... illil' P'QI
favor of approval of the proposed water To lose a ;"going concern" hurts a

system, if and when it comes to a vote. town ;-in; more! ways than one. Even if i

Another Bradford town-lawtey- the burned store, shown above, is eventually ,
is in even worse shape when it comes rebuilt, there will be months of

to fire protection than.is Brooker. Law delay,inconvenience,,to customers, and j I I,I CONTEST

tey has nothing at all, but privately loss; of revenue. j i II I
'The slow and often !,
painful "building
owned zinc buckets,with which to fight :I
up" of a small town is a hard enough II I II
disastrous fire. Not withouta
only is it I
job at best, without having to recoup I
water system, it is also lacking a fire staggering I losses caused by inadequatefire

truck of any description. ,protection

Win A Turkey For Thanksgiving

I New Perspective At The Market i .,.. ., .''

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A great potential for further development ,
of agriculture in the area served by '
the Starke Farmers Market is seen by 7I

Philip J. Cronkhite, new manager of the -."' ,
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facility, who assumed his duties here last .' ...'
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week I H' 'i13'Read ,
As Mr. Cronkhite it develop- .
sees proper
zH '
ment of the agricultural potential should The Rules' : f Y 1' How To Win
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come first"then you won't have to seek f-.{< '
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industry industry will seek you." He's n 9

seen this happen in several communities in Any reader of The Telegraph is eligible i ,1,if ,, Each space below represents some

North and South Carolina, where he has -'c-, }iP ..' .
to enter this contest, and the first 4 \ prominent business firm or person of
been associated with marketing activities.
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The new manager also believes in pro- two persons submitting the correct or f' this city. Take the scrambled letters
motion, and advertising as important instruments -

in the development of a market nearest correct answer will be awarded and arrange them to spell the firm's

and the area which it serves. "You've got to 1j"New "

let them know WHO you are WHEREyou turkeys for Thanksgiving. The first name correctly. Winners will be notified -

are and WHAT you have to offer," ]f t

is the way he puts it.Mr. two correct answers in our hands will by mail and turkeys will be presented -
Cronkhite believes that the key to Manager 4

agricultural development is in diversification Philip J. Cronkhitethat be the winners. '. '. Monday, Nov. 25.

as well as specialization productionin .' .
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sufficient volume to attract buyers eventually there will be grading\\1' : "- .... .,.,.F.-'r' :" y. -; :....., ..-. .
and { ,
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offering a quality product. of pecans sold. at the Starke auction. I ,
"The day of just growing somethingand :'.. .' .
Non-graded nuts result in lower prices, : ,
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dumping it on the market is over, he,believes, because buyers have to allow -! ; '
he maintains. Farmers must realize for trash and poor quality nuts often '!
that methods of growing and market- .found when the,bags are opened. ii'" : GlUED <' '

ing they in agriculture have in other have'changed areas of the,econ-justas a program Mr. Cronkhite can be developed hopes that to, in see time continuous -, :: :: : : TWD TurkuyG AWAy ', : ; .

.
omy.Many activity at the market starting'i, "
farmers the -
are "missing in October and continuing through the I '
i
boat" by not working closer with the spring months. July and August would ,
county agricultural agent, who is in position 1 'T: '
remain periods of relative inactivity, letlsnolaivryg sssttootaagbidibrnrann'wdsauyalo.djteearsh morufaidbnrreholtl
to pass on to them new improvements he believes. And as for strawberries- ; :
as they are developed by the ex- present production could be doubled or i I .

periment stations and other research even tripled with no danger of "flood- .-
centers, the new manager declares. He ing the market," and he would also '

plans to work "very, very closely" with hope the general volume of produce on rweogrydrEm&rdackaste eoeacr.gntieyvwahc! !

the county agent. the market could be increased several:' .
Among other things Mr. Cronkhite times within the next few years. ** .

sees "tremendous possibilities" for a Mr. Cronkhite is already convinced I I .
pole bean deal here from late May un- that agricultural development is indis-1! '
til the middle of June. This is a gap in pensable to the future of Bradford uakyocpreeammfundntnirr : gosiaoetlerrrltwm6cskvY6terriesY

pole bean production that could be fill- County and ,that to realize full development .

ed locally, he believes. Thomasville, Ga. there must be complete cooperation -; -
erietltaafdhro
has a fall deal and South Carolina pro- and understanding betweenthe '

duces pole beans from about June 10 rural and urban population of the .
isssrjrkplcbeduepn.ulsaltemehpslrsefpyat
through July 4. county. Within the next few monthshe : .
At the same time, there should be hopes'to meet with all local organiz- .

sufficient production of squash and cu- ations and civic groups and tell the

cumbers to offer some diversification."The ". story of Bradford's agricultural possi- uerplndarpabaysrihwsdIedu
average; buyer likes mixed loads, kngrlowssajnot
bilities as he sees the picture. It shouldbe ,
the new market manager declares.
Along the line of offering a higher interesting-as well as profitableto -

f-' quality product, :Mr. (Cronkhite hopes gain this new perspective. 1 ..

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I j PAGE EIGHT ." BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STABKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY. NOV. -ti.TTtTTTTTT .. 1flI 6 I
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I TTTTTTTTTTTTlHAMPTON' said'this 'week Williams said.Jtecreatio much response. The hours relatives in Tallapoosa, Ga. fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1Bayless
their son and daushter-ln- The Fiesta Club gave a surprise Mrs. Wilhelmena Brooks.
Care should, be taken in Board Sets each Saturday will be from Lamar Brown home I
was law Mr. and Mrs. shower
Stanley baby for Mr. April, Miss E V. Suigton.
wrapping all packages with Ballfield Working with three adult for the weekend I
7-10 .
.. pm from Fort Crosby, in Columbia, S. CSP4 Mrs. Clarence
'" Hiway and. DeSus aij I May.. Mrs. :Maybelle E. Rob
arid address written 'Th re"1S "to" "be 'anotherworking ,
I name or present each time. Jackson, S. C- Fort
Marty Crosby of the home of Mr. and Mrs. erts. June MrsSara DeSue.
I flyMrz.D.EIflhI printed clearly. Use the at the new ball field PersonalsMr. Mrs. T. Brown wag visit. Benning. Ga. spent the weekend Blye i
I recently. Many nice gifts July, Mrs. Mabel Bryant,
Hampton ZIP west of town this Saturday: and Mrs. Donald Slade ing with the Gordon By filn. O. i:. CrortyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi
code 32044. on I Weestsin with his parents, Mr. and were received. Hosts at the|! August, Miss Mary Ella Cole-
,
A AA&AA A. AAI all return addresses. and on moining 'at 9 a. m., 'to help, are the parents of a daughter, Miami during the past two Mrs. Floyd Crosby. meeting will be Mr. and Mrs I man. Sept., Mrs. Ida M. Williams .
clear out roots and trash from Kelly Elaine born Saturday,1 weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Frank and Bill Collins of ,
Time For. Mr. Mrs. i
MailingOverseas all 4 Will, Holland .
addresses where it | m Mrs. Smith.
.. is )Ir. and Mrs. Gordon Jones I I October, Mrs.
Packages Now the playing field. Work on the Nov. 16, at Bradford County Brown moved the previous I Orlando were recent guests of I
I known. Mrs.Williams has a and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Gladys Byle reporter. Ethel Young. November, Mrs.
clearing. must be completed Mr. and Mrs V. J. Ii
Hospital. week from Jacksonville to the Herbert Normans.
November 20 Is the deadline list of all ZIP codes for the Edward Norman and children.and Dell Chapter 168 OES will Almeter Harmon December
I before the playing field can lade and Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Winter Haven, and she stop- Howard Brown and Mrs. W.
", for mailing packages overseasto state of Florida at the post- be laid out and set. Mr. and Mrs. Charles I observe its 6th anniversary I Mrs. L. M- Royal.
grass Williamson are grandpar nls. ped with them enroute. T. Crosby were among those
servicemen, to insure their iffce here. The recreation committeemet I Cribbs of Alachua spent the on Sunday. Nov. 24 at the Come and enjoy this gala
and Marvin
Mrs
Mr. in
who visited William Crosby
I weekend at Cedar Key. Masonic Hall at 3 p. m. affair.Harry Young, lay
arrival by Christmas and the The Christmas stamps, first; at Hampton City Hall j Holmes of Lake Butler ani fTtTYTYTTTTTtTYTTTYTYtRA1FORD 1 the VA Hospital in Lake City rter./
I Speaker for the occasion will
I reP Iev. Clarence Stsger -
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norman
postoflice department :urges issued last year with a Christmas i Saturday evening, Nov. 16, I, Miss Katie Hall of Ponce d-i ast Sunday. We are glad to be Mrs. Vivian Lee, wife of pastor. ,

mailing all Christmas packages ., : design in red and green,' and voted to open the hall for I Leon were Sunday guests at of Gainesville were Sun- know that he is improving Rev. George Lee- The publicis Bethlehem
recreation the home of :Mrs. Jessie in-law, Mrs. Walter Cadle, in Greater Free
., ; only on Saturday I from injuries received in an
as early as possible, Mrs:; are available again this year, I cordially invited. Will Baptist Church weekly
: evenings, since the Friday Chastain last week. This past Jacksonville Saturday night. automobile accident last Friday -
Mary Williams, pastmaster;, and .are already on hand, Mrs. ILALAL.4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Dell Chapter will meet schedule, time 7:30 p. m.
nights haven't been weekend Chastain attended
drawing Mrs. spens 'Mrs. J. W. Cadle a night.
night Nov. 21 for
Thursday ,
at with Mrs. Cortez DeBerry and for her daughter- Monday night, Choir No 1
-. rr- q .. High Springs; visiting bridal shower ilr. and Mrs. Lamar Reddishand business of vital importance.
her sister. brother. Clarence Andreu, of in-law, Mrs. Walter Cadle, in rehearsal. Tuesday night
if-}, 1 ,, '4 children of High Springs Please attend. Story Hour. Wednesday night
*4'f'irvm & ; JM&p& -. Carl Beck. Jr. honored Panama City were guests last Jacksonville Saturdal niht
A was '
i" i e < *> with Mr. Morning Star Lodge 26 F-
spent the weekend Prayer Meeting, Thursday
: Gift with a surprise party for his week of their aunts Mrs Ada Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby & A. M. will hold its annual
)., Jr. night. No. 2 and Ladies
Norman Choir
Mrs. F. M.
F Kelly and Mrs. Bell McCor- and
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4 '"k c seventeenth birthday last Saturday spent part of last week with
Thanksgiving service at Mt.
Circle will meet. Friday night
will for CristmasA. evening at the Beck Moriah
you select mick.Mr. r Methodist Church Prayer Band meeting. The
home near Hampton and Mrs. Charlie COLORED Cooperating with this service
f "f NEWS.OF INTEREST TO fourth Sunday is Youth Day.:
_11 Charles Manire. son of Mrs. Thomas and daughters of
will be the Heroines and the '
< At 3 p m- Choir No. 2 will
Louise Manire, has been home Hawthorne visited Mrs. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Eastern Stars. The general
observe
its second anniversary
: '5 on leave from the Army and Thomas' mother, Mrs- Mary public is invited to attend. -
Rebecca Allen
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: : j visiting his mother here. Freeman. and other relativeslast By Elizabeth Walker] The RJE Band will play for reporter.

They have both been visitingin Friday and Saturdays the parade. Actively starts at Greater Allen Chapel -

Tampa this week.RA's I Rev. and Mrs. Joe Dowling 1:30 m. Thanksgiving day. Trustee Day will be observed

A .4 of Jacksonville were Monday ANDERSON' JUNIOR HIGH i cordial and most helpful in p. Sunday starting with Sunday
of Hampton Baptist; Rev. Damon Dell will deliver
Church highlighted thenan guests of his sister, Mrs. Alice HAS SPECIAL ASSEMBLYA making the field trip a successful the sermon.-Harry Young re- School at 10 a. m. Morning:
experience for Service, 11 a. m. Evening
learning
nual focus week Saturday, Cason. special assembly programwas porter.
A A1I students in the civics class Service 6 p. m.
at Anderson
held Monday
Nov. 9. with a softball game: Mrs Lonnie Dobbs of Gainesville CHURCH NEWS
School in obser- taught by H. W. Taylor BIRTHDAY PARTIES
Junior High
followed by a hamburger fry spent the past week Mt- Moriah Methodist-
and devotional hour. Men of i with her mother. Mrs. Jim vance of Veterans Day, Na- ADULT PROGRAM Church School 9:30 a. m.. Mrs. N. L. Pullum was hon

the Baptist Brotherhood beat Conner. Mrs. Dobbs returned tional Children's Book Week, All adults interested in attending Rev. MrsEssie Holland in ored by the Junior Church

the RA's in the softball game, home Friday, accompanied by and American Education night classes are in charge. Morning Worship 11 members with a surprise

21-11. Revs Bobby McKnightof her mother who will spend Week. The program was presented vited to the following: Mon- I a. m. Choir No. 2 will l render birthday party Wednesday

Middleburg was guest several weeks' there- by members of the 5th day night, typing under the music at Greater Bethlehem afternoon. The affair delighted -

V I speaker. for the service follow- Mr. and Mrs. O. J.: Greep and 6th grades. with Vandora direction of Mrs. T. B. Mur- Baptist Church's Choir No. the honoree beyond ex-

NEW ELECTRIC RANGE j YEAR-ROUND "REVERSE CYCLE" ing the supper. and son and Mr. and Mrs Campbell presiding. ray. Tuesday night, sewing 2: second anniversary at 3 p pression.

Fbnie-free and fume-free ELECTRIC AIR CONDITIONER RA's ,then turned the tablesin Bill Sessions of Jacksonville Others taking part on this' under direction of Mrs. O. W m. Evening Worship, 6 p. m, Mrs. Sophie Royal was
t ; for cleaner. .cooler,. j Cools in summer, warms .
visited Mrs. Green's mother, La- GeorgeElementary courses given a surprise birthday
outstanding were
f I faster cooking Flamcless SSI in winter. Two tried-and- a softball game last Satur- program .Mrs. L. M. Royal presiding
,. makes the BK(:? difference. ri proven comforts in one day when they beat the GA's 1 Mrs. Mary Freeman, Sunday i vera> Franklin. Hazel D King, under Mrs. L. M. Royal. Monday Devotional service, Rev. C. dinner last Saturday at her

I 1 compact unit. < at the Horace Dyal home 31- afternoon. I Sheila Crawford, Sally stan-I II nights- Modern math is Steger pastor The. occasion, home on E. Estelle St. by Mr

9. The softball game was. followed Mrs. Bessie Sapp entertained ford; Clara Lee, and Iretha taught each Wednesday night Mrs. W. Brooks. A program and Mrs. Julius Royal, Corean

: by a hamburger sup- Thursday evening; with a Ross. A highlight of the program by' Mrs. F. S. Pierce. APplications will be given by the chairmanof McNeil and Rev. and Mrs. AO -

3 supper for Mr. and Mrs. was the playlet. "In may be obtained from the 12th month. Each Jenkins.,The menu Included -

per.W.. M. Phillips attended the Charlie Burnett of the State stant Education." Mrs. D- Prof. Eddie Thompkins at group will render a, number turkey beef roast and all

funeral of his aunt. Mrs Farm Mr. and Mrs. EW.. Richardson sponsor. RJE- along with the donation of the trimmings. The honored

Mary Ann Hagen of Jacksonville Tompkins, and, Mrs. Gertle RJE ACTIVITIESThe CLUB: NEWS gift of $100 that is asked or received many lovely gifts.
I
at Hope Cemetery, on Hart.Mr. city. hall fire department The Fiesta Social & Savings -. expected.

I Saturday last week. and. Mrs: Bill, Brown- and the courthousewere Club will meet at 8:3fl Beginning the year, chair- I

Ii Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones ing had as weekend guests places visited by the 9th Saturday night. All membersare men are as follows.: Jan., Mrs. Cash Paid for Good. Clean

i are the parents of a son born their aunt, Mrs. Maggie grade Monday City and asked to attend this last Vasta Theodore. Williams. Rags. No Khakis or WooL! All

Wednesday, Nov. 13, at the Dowling. and husband of county ,officials were: verj 7 regular meeting :in the :year. Feb. William Holla d. March, cotton Bring to Telegraph., I I

Medical Center in Gainesville.Mrs. Jacksonville. Sunday guests>\ I
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Dimple Busey, Jack were Mr. and Mrs David -'=c'- : -

and Brenda Busey, and Glen- Browning and daughters of

AUTOMATIC DISHWASHER I AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC DRYER da James of Valdosta, Ga.. Palatka.

Ends dishpan drudgery for Waltz thru washday; Ends Mrs. Jim Baker and childrenof Mrs. Jack Sapp and sister, TI AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY' : I
ths I .
ever. Speeds through lifting. lugging stoop .. Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. R. Mrs. Boyd, of New Smyrna
monotonous daily chore in 3 ing and fjtretchin Saves 7
H. Parker and Buford Parker were Sunday night and Mon
H the time! aching back and tired feet. ., _. .
:
of Hampton were Sunday day guests of Mrs. Bessie .

: visitors at the John Parker., Sapp. who returned home
'...,. -'"' -; ')II'i..M"'li'ii.. ::1. home here last week. Last with them. I AUTO SALES & SERVICE BEAUTY SCHOOLLearn FARM & INDUSTRIAL ,MUSIC SUPPLIES
;
I
I'l
-.I) jfI-J'. ..., '>",,: .; ,. : j Friday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan

,. I ,. . 61'l' : ,, :, Albert Morris and deughter Bloodsworth and little -daughter Complete Beauty Culture I Gridley MusicCo
n. I
y" MERCURY- Central Tractor. Co.
/ of LINCOLN -
Gainesville ,
'\:> f"CET 1HI: $ 32-PAGE ,. .4 t visited here of Gainesville are spend Girls Women Men Inc.

..tfII"I.t FREEQCKLET. 7. /, _____I .., y, with the Parkers. ing this week -with his parents COMET FIAT METCOBAuthorized I Tuition Budgeted ,

.([..jrWmi1! "I at t .; i.ppiihc ; .: ; Mrs. D. E. Hill and Mrs. M .,, Mr.:,.,and Mrs. Warren Sales Service I FREE PLACEMENT FORD TRACTORS CENTRAL FLORIDA'S

........1 rilJ t: 'stores.. ,:*Treacu& Q RMisner of Gainesville Bloodsworth. Parts I Special Brush-Up Courses Ford Farming Implements< Complete Music Star
(;f Citstmas i! Q e' ; drove to Jacksonville to visit I Agricultural Industrial
; Mr,and. Mrs. Earl Dobbs Pianos Baldwin
by
J I to !lgt yur. _. the parade"of' Homes'on Prf- had as< Sunday guests Mr. and Trained MechsnlaJ-OoocJ Central Hairstyling Complete Service & farts Dept.: Clark Storey A
,
Henry L. MlllwFlsehek
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: Used
dav
wQfkrtdbnghfu- ur a week ago and also J. Good Equipment
i"f Mrs. L ? Mikell, Jr. and sons, Vied Cars.
,N1 f holiday, S eon. visited with Mrs. T. W. King. College 4488 N. W. 6th. Gainesville
: 'i DideJi.'ityQW f < ,. : Mr. and Mrs. Howard Regis- Organs by Baldwin COM
i't. # Murray Denman of Talla- PHONE S76-M30
t .",:f.: .. .. f4' 'GntEf.., :"."r'! t r 1. .MJ '" ;k f<...".. ',(;'.'-.'' .,' ;',, ,,.,.;.' '."t: .f";.,, poosa, Ga. has moved to ter and children of-Lake City Barkley Motors 218 8. E. 1st. Gainesville Gibson & Greteh Guitar.

..: '.::. : .' ", : :' ; : Hampton.Mr. Mrs. Gerald Griff and children CIS N. Main Gainesville 3764105BUILDING Amplifiers
,
; J .<: t GARDEN SUPPLIES
t,.: : 4 .. :: : and Mrs. Hubert Bakerare and Mrs. Marty Cle- 1004 N. Main

<: FL3RIDA. .' PUVIER. : .,. .&', .l J G'H, 'T ,:., :p,., j 'ft J! !../.> "'::1 visitin? here with his mons of Heilbronn Springs.children Gainesville Shopping Center!

.: ", ", ".., ...". "..'t'". r,,.. '...l1...'.. :: ,I.' ... ." .. ., ."1. ." ,. ,,:<. brother. Jeff Baker, and fam Mrs. Freddie Cox and B & G Motors Co. SUPPLIES Johnson & Paris, Inc J
,
>. "' : "' ''
.1srf .... 'W "' .' and Mis. Marvin Culver
.. .. ... .. ....____..'_" 4"'.".'.."' .-. ::t. _..,........ ......... ,. .. :. .,."-,.iI., ,'0.:'M: _. i:9't..,_-, '' ily. Jeff and his children returned Complete Line of MOVER
and son of Jacksonville
were .
last weekend from a CADILLAC.OLDSMOBIIEY45mLLMAN

--.__------ hunting trip and visit with Sunday guests of Mrs. MyrtlH McCoy Building SEEDSPLANTSFERTILIZERS Security Transfer
-'- ---- Sapp. who returned home

with them. Supply CenterS Insecticide &
*-Pet Supplies Storage Inc
,
and Service
Sales
Mr. and Mrs. Warren LUMBER "We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders AGENTS FOR

64 Jetsmooth CHEVROLETChevrotel Bloodsworth were in Lake 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 S BUILDING SUPPLIES FOGARTY '
Luxury Butler Sunday afternoon S HARDWARE 224 N. W. 8th Ave. BROS

-. visiting Mrs. Johnie Goodman PHONE 876-7313 No. Main and 23rd Boulevard PHQNE 372-0476 TRANSFER, lot.

Impala 4-Door Sport.Sedan who has just returned !I PHONE ,3124161Galnesv111e Gainesville, Fla. Local Long Distance Mom,
; .
from the hospital. Crane Motor Co. Cnrtng-8torar&-P.IekiaJ

L
of Lake City visited, their i LABK-. GL1A- 1040 So. Main Galnesvflll I

parents last I CEMENT
weekend Mr.
,
ENGLISH FOED American
: 4 NEON SIGNS
( :. and Mrs. Addison Sr- of Hell- LINTELS WINDOW SILLS -I

) \ _-_ > V bronn Springs and
_ : i dore Rosiers of Raiford. I Authorized Sales. & Service "IT It's Cement W. Cart It" .

I I' Maxie Wilkinson was honored -, Cement I New Roofs Shingles Neon Signs.

last Sunday at a dinner "Complete Service for AU NEON PLASTIC PAINTED

1 I .. ;' .A ) given by his., farniily on the Make* Precast Products I or Built-Up I Neon Designing Neon Repair

occasion of his 55th birthday Roof Cleaning ft Repairs Erecting Maltfteoanoi
2033 N. E. 27th Ave. Gainesville,
._ anniversary.. large crowd 506 E. University Ave. PHONE 372-0953 Fiberglass Insvlation 1611 S. Main GainesviU

-1 11 was present to enjoy the occasion PHONE 572-1345 I Blown or Batf Phone- Day 372-0302

r V : with !him Gainesville, Fl&. CONCRETE PRODUCTS: Contractor or Retail Kite 372-8897
.
7 Mr. and Mrs. Jack- Casonof
.c : DAY or NITEPHONE
; \.3 Miami visited their OFFICE EQUIPMENT
dA par-
.
INSIST THAT ALLTOUR 376-423S I
: ents here Sunday, Mrs Alice OOOOE-DART- .
CONCRETE PRODUCTS 2314 N.E. 19th Dr. Oaiaesvlli! Parker'sGafneavllle'a
*r > Cason
v and Mr. and Mrs.
ARE THE BEST FROM
; Theodore Rosier. DODGE TRUCKS Moat Couplet Of..

,; Sa.lePatUSemco Edwards Building LADIES WEAR. flee Equipment & lf /fatnf

_ IlEJLBItOBAPTIST ?
Store.
USED CARS TOO Supply Inc.
: CHURCH Cherry'sGainesville's Complete Office Planning
'720 8. Main .372-4844 Underwood Product
t Pooie-Gable! Motors Host Fashionable
S Sunday School, 10, a. m. Gainesville, Fla. 601 W. University Ave
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Address For Ladle
Morning Gainesville
__ Worship. 11 a. nu 119' s. E. 1st Ave. Gainesville, 371-1541
Training Union. 7 DBESSESSU1TSOAT5MATERNITY ,
jun. Zfeninj -
FHOXE 572-4343 ELECTRIC MOTORS PAINTS
( Worship, .8.pJa. Prayer WEARACCESSORIES .

I Meeting Wednesdayt 7:30 PJSL Electric I Motor Harper Paint Co.,

Rev. Charles Harvey pastor AUTO'SALVAGE 105 W., University, CainesvUK We Stock
-- Repair Co.
_
WAlLPAPERSARMSTRONG ,
.. .
1 .. _.. BOATDRAIN BAPTIST Paul's Auto SalvageWe OF GAINESVILLE EY0 MONUMENTS SMITH'Aim'

CHUUCB COYPLE'l'EELECrRlCMOTOR DUTCH BOY PAINTS

\ Sunday School, IB B.BU r Buy Wrecked Cars At Gainesville Granite Painter' Soppfie

10 8. W. 7th ,
StreetGainesrilla
_ I Morning Worship, 11 .m. TOP PRICES SALES AND SERVICE & MarM. Works
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Training Union.. 6:30: p. m. All Make Model Used "DistnZrator' of I I CEMETERY MONUMENTS -

L Evening Worship, ,'7:30/p._ .. ex I PArta New Lincoln Moton I; MARKERS PHOTO SHOP-

; Prayer Meetta, Wedneadar Teletype Servioe We will find PHONE'' 372-8318 Lettering & Cleaning Fuller's

Here are looks, luxury and comfort that you'd 1030 S. Main Gainesville Domestic & Industrial Itaitte I Foto, Inc.
expect
'modestly priced ,Biscaynes. And, of course, the niceties any part for yon. i
to set back JOHK TOWN Central Florida's FtaeatSelection.
if
you plenty- they
came-from''anybody Body by Fisher craftsmanship. i & Granite
Phone 376-4512
but the BAPTIST ..f
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people at Chevrolet CHURCH
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You've KQta wealth.ot to Coffee Tables Counter
power. pick.1rom-enginea 1301 S. Main 'G&tnem11el FLOOR COVERING *
Fresh-minted New & Used
Cameru
styling with\ clean uncluttered lines from :lPePpery 140-hp 6 to a 425-hp V8l! And you've Rev Rosco C. Davidsonwill i I Fireplaces

that give the 64 Jet-smooth Chevrolet its ,feeling of got the '64 Jet-smooth ride to cushion from road deliverthemessage at Photographic Equipment' A
new length and lowness. Rich you I:Automatic 2132 S. !. 4th Si. Supplies
Transmissions
new interiors ;
..' .noise and vibration., morning, and ,evening services1 Central, Florida Tile
I with supple fabri & Foam-cushioned' front _ Been promising yourself luxury like this In "the: Johnstown Baptist;! Gainesville 376-6151 Biaoc & White Ffalshtef

and rear seats and door-to-door. carpeting' someday?. Your, someday is here, as your Church on,8undty: No,. 24. ONE :DAYL SERVICEALL &, Marble Co, 619 In W.Before Noon-Out at: ft
standard University GI.1nUVUIIJI
now in all models J
including the .
dealer will gladly show you. OP< H-J ot Uh ti.L A cordial Invitation is, es- MAKES-REPAIR MotorcyclesScootersStreit's .1 I IJ
,tended to everyone to come CARPETS BY .
Ask about SMllE.MILE"Ride and the AND EXCHANGE TYPEWRITERSiancock
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_______ ___ __ ... Chevrolet. SongBOok your Chevrolet dealer's. and worship at the church Lee, Monarch Loomweftve, -
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t ., r Automatic Cushman 1& Vespa, ..ScootersDucatl Typewriter
mid-way between Lake Butler !I ; Boom Size-Wall to. Wall

GATEWAY' and Raiford. I fT Transmission ServiceINC. Installation BSA-Zemdspp' i EXCHANGEClary
CHEVROLET
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day School 10 'a- m. :Worship ; Floor Covering SCHWINN BICYCLES Machines Calculators
: Adding ,
'. U. S. 301 (NORTH ., .:.:.' ...... services, 11 .&.;.m. .andj p. m. COMPLETE LINES OF Locksmith & Safe Work, SALES --SERVICE- RENTALS
) STARKE FLA. -Mid-week Prayer Service. 19 SE 2nd Place next to P.O.
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TILES MARBLE 6615 W. University ATC 431 N. Main St.. Gainesville

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I rAGE TEN BRADFORD COTTKTY TELEGRAPH.. STARKE. FLORIDA: THURSDAY, NOV 21, 1963_ I ,
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in Gainesville next week. I the Region in. They are one this particular picture, there Certificate No. 78. Tear of Issuance Beginning at the intersection
1961. Description of of tue north line of Township 1
There seems to be con- of the top ten teams in the was painted onto a leaf, a Propert7 .LOT 3 of BLK II in 6 South with the Bradford-Clay I

siderable difference betweenthe state, and will probably go small drop of water, which Lincoln City See. 32 T. 6S R. 22 County line thence run south ,
E along said county line to Road
Tornadoes and the Hur- on to end up that way looked so real that one want-: Name in which assessed S-18 (known as the Crystal Lake

I } ''Nr ricanes, and it should be quite The 'chances for an upset ed to flick it off. Sarah GriffinAll Road), thence run westerly and '

t r evident that night. The two next Wednesday night are It was urged that everyone of said property being in northerly along said Road S-1S
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the County of Bradford, Stateof to State Road 190) thence run
records are very different slim. There are upsets, and come back to have a better Florida. northerly along State Road 100

GHS's 7-0-2, to our 5-3-0. there are upsets, but there look at the gallery, in smaller Unless such certificate ocertficates / to Water Street in Starke Flori-
da, thence
shall be redeemed run northerly along
Gainesville has had a very aren't upsets like this. We up- groups. It was very worth- according to law the property Water Street to Call Street

good season They are unde- set Live Oak, for instance, while, and all those studentscan 'described in such certificate orcertificates thence run easterly along! Call !I
r -4I4-:2' will be sold to the Street (State Road Xo. 230) to
feated. and the University of Florida be thankful that
very highest! bidder at the courthouse the easterly boundary of the
Last week, GHS beat Cocoa upset Alabama-but I 'hate they had a chance to soak_up.. door on the first Monday I City of Starke thence run I

Beach, and there: aren't'' many to say, nobody upsets GHS. a little culture. 1963. in :Month of December boundary northerly of along the City the of easterly Starke I Flow .36 STORES IN FLORIDA!

schools who can beat a double At least, nobody before now. You might even say Dated this 28th day of October -.; Alligator Canal thence run I j

"A" by a score of 330.: It would be nice to be able Thank you, Mrs. Cummer- <(SEAL, 1963.) westerly to the north along line Alligator of Lot A Canal in I I IA

There aren't many schools to just look forward to the wherever you are! Charles A. Darby Blanding Subdivision thence I' .,1 1;+IIli'ilr} ',! + '.'odlillr 1 +!t r +(;ii11.1+ !,{. .'/+11ji' I 'i'I ,I' ,!tlr+411? :Il' !Nll +,i r ++1 g+ I 'tie! ( P
+ I + Illly ,
s run westerly along the north : 1,+ +i+ I 4 1' +//il lallh, I li l r+! 1 4( + +'I.N I (II
ffiH: ; who can beat 4 double' "A" Basketball season. from here, -charles Clerk Bradford of Circuit County Courtof Florida line of Lot A and an extension +iI I+IIIi Irll+I ,lllij f t +ll ;' 4 r i j "I,I rry ,III I / !I
1 team at all, but GHS has but we can't. We still have 10/31 4 t Lila( thereof, to Water Street thent-e' .frllll'I'I' I .l 1! h /
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NEW RIVER run southerly along Water i, '!'' 'I +Illl i+ ,!flrl it I + II !I I Iq I, i il
done it many times this year. another game after Friday'sand BAPTIST Street to Call Street thence nn i I S l I I / tai I(I q l!9 I' I:+I IIGi,,+I Il h rW f I h1 I 1r+I.+I!ril II ,II I III i i, 1+h r,I + I 14 I fbrnN I

We are a mere single "A" we'll have to play it, un- CHURCH REVISED REDISTRICTING westerly along Call Street to the :

g school, and for some reason, less there is a earthquake or RESOLUTION Seaboard Airline Railroad ;
Sunday School 10 ... m. At a special called meetingof thence run northerly along the i Till 11 Every Day
LiA we're going to have. to play worse.' We can only hope for I the Board of County Commissioners Seaboard Airline Railroad to j IF
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. the north line of said Township -
that game on the same field the best-and that would be of Bradford County .
Training Union, 6:30 p.m. Eve- held, In its office in the County 6, thence run easterly
By Charles Phipps with them. They have great the monumental upset of the Court House in Starke, Floridaon along the north line of said FAST SERVICE
school spirit, but I doubt If year- 'It's very unlikely. ning Worship 7:30: p.m.MId-, November 6. 1963. with 'the Township 6 to the point of be I R K E T -

TilE GAME., NEXT they will have the largest 4 week Prayer Service, Wednesday following members present and ginning. I I GOOD PRICES
7 Everyone participating, to-wit: Carl Pre- Section 4. That the changes .
p.m. welcome,
WEDNESDAY N[GHT crowd of the season there- Seventy students from BHS I vatt. Chairman; Commissioners! hereby made will be convenientto

A few words should be said they expect to beat us. visited the Cummer Galleryof Russell .11. Qreen, Mrs. Jessie the public, add desirable Ill. il'S u'I' ++'!!'+ + I + Ir + I+ '+ +I i' II.i'Itl I+ t CLEAN STORES
Chastain, Jerome Johns and population to County Commis- y! I / I+II,IIrNI t p tI r I III'Ijryjh' l+Ij I lj 11 I ij'll1' + / Irfllll
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about the upcoming GHS They have only us standingin Art in Jacksonville last George. Roberts.Commissioner: sioner's District Xo. 5, and enable 1,''rl 11 11 /If41r( ; ",!' i I!{I, Ilh 4r4 11, rl yhp!,'I ,f14 I h h II
Xotlee Of Application For Tax this Board to preserve the I/+,/, i I.I,I4+1 r !,f'li +'INI r//4 il,+ rra 111 i 1 ,P+ l II +I, II+ I'' .
game, which will be played the way of a playoff in Friday and had 'wonderful Green offerdand l ll llllly Ill l I ++ '+11 4I''I I tII 14111 Ijrlr+ +! III + + +I I
a DeedSec. moved the adoption of the lines of old voting precinctNo. I ,161, +1, I +il Id6 llli.hh! r ri hl+ +,ll v '!. I iI II 1, ,1,I I I I! I I, I SHOP
I time. They were pupils of 194.16 F. g. following resolution: 7, and will also be a convenience .
Mrs. Haney's art classes and Notice is hereby given that BE IT RESOLVED by the to persons residing in i .
T. J. Alderman, the holder of Board of County Commissioners and substantially preserve old
I Mr. Gibson's humanitiesclass. the following certificates has Graham voting! precinct. '. BEER FOOD _1XI3LJC ICE CREAM

Theres No Finer They were fascinated by tax filed deed said to certificates be issued thereon.for a of Section Bradford 1. County That the, Florida bound-; action Section be 5.taken That or no considered further .. 7 JACKSON'Sand

the beautiful'paintings, by The certificate numbers and aries of the :various countycommissioners' in regard to changingthe .n. SSAVI&UU MILK in Ifio GALLON 'JUG! C r..h-
various.early and contemporary years of issuance, the descrip- districts as redistricted boundaries of the county cornmissioners'
tion of the property, and the : October' S, 1963. be districts during the See
artists. names in which it was assessed ammended as follows; that all present year.
Two buses left the schoolat ; are as follows: of the territory included within Section 6. The Board desiresto
-MILK Certificate Xo. 45. Year o, the Old New River voting definitely determine the f 1. II j rosgy
the Difference
Today I 8:30: in .the. morning, and Issuance 1961. Descriptien 10* Precinct Xo. 7 be a part of boundaries of a.1I"otlng pre- I!

II returned at ,3 in the after- Property Lot in NE COR of Lot County Commissioner's District cints on or before December 3, I
2 BLK 5 110' SQ in J. M. John No. 5.Section. 1963. I
II noon. During that time the
I I S/D Sec. 33 T 6S R. 22B 2. That a portion of Section 7. It is hereby declared
I students leisurely strolled Name in which assessed the old Graham voting Precinct to be in the best Interests -
through the many rooms James O. McDaniel. No. 4 be a part of County Com- of the county that the 516 E. BROWNLEE STREETFormerly
I boundaries of the present elec-
All of said property being In missioner's' District No. 5: that
whose walls held the the County of Bradford. Stat the portion of Bradford County tion precinct No. 7 be preserved -
Commissioner's District Xo. 3 and that polling places be ( Douglas Minit Market)
paintings. The of Florida.
Tomorrow It Will Be Even gallery maintained at New River and
Unless such certificate lying south of Road S-18 be
lection .of the late Mrs. 'Cum certificates shall be redeemed or ,included in County Commlssioner's at Graham. I THESE PRICES GOOD -
Section 8. All resolutions and
whose District Xo. 4.
husband
mer was a according to law the property 1
millionaire businessman. She described In such certificate or Section 3. That the bound- parts Board'and of resolutions in conflict herewith of this 1I;
certificates will be sold to the aries of the various countcommissioners' )- I THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY & SUNDAY
hereby repealed. ,
left all of her paintings anda districts as provided are
highest bidder at the I
court
Section !9. This resolution
Better! fund of three million doll- house door on the first Monday by the original redistricting summarizes and is the final II I

I. I ars to have the gallery built, in which Month Is the of tad December day of Decem.bel' 1963., opted resolution October 8 of, 1963 the, Board as changed ad-- action the upon original all changes redistricting madeIn Ii i' "BAVARIAN SELECT"

and to purchase new works of 1963. by this resolution be as follows resolution of October 8. 1963.
Dated this 28th day of Octo- ; Commissioner Chastain sec-
art.One ber, 1963. County Commlailie.rr'. onded the motion for the adop- I
So Don't of the high points of I (SEAL) District Xo. It tion of .the resolution and the
i Soy I II the trip was a look at a room Charles A. Darby Beginning where the 'North resolution was put to a vote, j BEERi
Clerk of Circuit
MILK Court of line of Township 6 South Intersects and unanimously adopted by
which had been duplicated to Bradford County, Florida the Bradford-Clay County the ,votes of Commissioners' I
look exactly like one of Mrs.Cummer's 10/31 4t 11/2 line thence Tun north to the Prevatt, Green, Roberts, Johns,
north line of Bradford County, and Chastain.
I \ I rooms, in her home, thence run west to the Brad- (SEAL) !
which originally stood on the ford-Union County line (New Attest: Charles A. Darby ClerkI
River), thence, run southerly CHARLES A. DARBY, as
Notice Of i
Soy ., same site as the gallery. The Application Fer Tax along the Bradford-Union Clerk of the Circuit Court of I

ceiling was authentic; it had Sre. JM.10.Deed F. S. County line to State Road 16. Bradford County, Florida and I
1 been carefully cut out of the Notice is hereby given, that thence run southeasterly along ex-officio clerk of the Boardof
of
Commissioners
State Road 16 to the Farmers- County 7c
lWANNEEVALL house before it was destroyed T.the J. Alderman, the holder of Market Road, thence run east- said county, DO HEREBY I i
following
S certificates has
EY erly along the FarmersMarketRoad CERTIFY that the attached CARTON
and held until the gallery filed said certificates for a tax I
and Center Street to the and foregoing is a true, correct : (
deed
to be issued
was built, and then put 'in certificate thereon. The Seaboard Airline Rallr ad. and complete copy and trans- |
place. .Ordinarily, visitors are numbers and yearsof thence run Northerly along the script of the revised redistrictIng )
Issuance
\ the description ot
I Seaboard Airline Railroad to resolution adopted by said i i
not allowed to walk about inside the property and the names in II -
the north line of Township 6 S.. Board of County Commissioners I ..., ""'4'i
which it was assessed are as 6, 1963, the
November as
the but alongsaid on
thence
room easterly
; an excep- run' : I
MILK follows: township line to the point of !same appears in the" minutes of i!
tion was made for usA Certificate 11. Commis-
No. Year of beginning. said Board. of County j
guide led the group about Issuance 1961. Description of loners.; : < I "FRESH BAKED"
.
Property Lots 12, IS of BLK Sin County Commiesioner'District WITNESS MT HAND AND |
I the rooms explaining each of Gahagan S/D Sec 21 T. 6S Xo. 2 tBeginning .. OFFICIAL, SEAL at Starke i'
the paintings, and lecturingon R. 22E at the intersectionof !' Bradford County. Florida, this
At Your Favorite Grocer I Name in which assessed Irene State Road 16 and the ,west November 12. 1963. I
styles and the way the Hudson erly line of Bradford County (OFFICIAL SEAL) i I
pictures were painted. One of All of said property being in being New River, thence run Charles A. Darby i: IIBEAHI
the County of Bradford, Stateof southerly along the westerly Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad-
the most
interesting paint- line of Bradford County, Flori-
AVAILABLE: IN GALLONS Florida. ford County, Florida and ex- ,
\ ings, was a picture of a bou- Unless such certificate or da to the west line of Section officio clerk of said Board. j'
30, Township 5 South Range 12112'I
HALF GALLONS, QUARTS AND PINTS quet of flowers, 'which was according certificates to shall law be the redeemed property 21 East! thence -run south a- 11/21 4t Ii I

one of many of an era in long said section lines to the i
described in such certificate 'or :
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tht'west C
of
line
.....' ... which special pains were tak- certificates will be sold to the Section intersection'Township'of "6 South. :, : :
highest bidder
en to create vivid realism. In house door on the at first the Monday court- Range 2l East with State"Road I -
100 thence run easterly along 1
in Month of December
State Road 100 to its intersection ,j
1963, which is the 2nd day of. WHY

All Right All Right I. I'll Buy You a New December ber Dated, 1963.this, 1963.28th day of Octo- Starke northerly, with Florida and Pratt easterly thence Street along run in I I SIZE LOAFFOREMOST'S ,

Pratt Street to Orange Street i
(SEAL) thence run southerly along I .
Jim
Walter Hcme I
Charles A. Darby Orange Street to State Road IS
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Clerk of Circuit Court of 1Q9, thence run eagerly along ,
.. Iti Bradford County, Florida State Road 100. to Water Street I
10/31 4t 11/21 thence ,
run northerly along
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au .% 'Water Street to the northwest I "PICTORIAL"

corner of Lot A of Blanding ,
THERESO
Subdivision, thence run easterlyto I !

,. ., Alligator Canal, thence rur. :
Xotlee Of
S Application For Tax. northerly and easterly alonj
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::',.. ... : Deed Alligator Canal to the easterly :I I
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o ::1. Sec. 184.16, F. S. boundary of the City of StarKe, ICE CREAM
Notice is hereby given, that
:::-:'.,!. thence run southerly along the I
T. J. Alderman, the holder of easterly boundary of the City I
f n \ the following certificates has of Starke to Call Street, (State !
filed said certificates for a tax Road 230), thence run westerly II.
deed to be issued thereon. The along Call Street to State Road !;
certificate lumbers and yean 200, thence run northerly along
0 I of issuance, the description of State Road 200 to the Farm I I MUCHMONTH !

i r1LJ '' ....-'; "tt@ the property, and the name In ers-Market Road thence run I PINT
1
...... which it was assessed are ai westerly along the Farmers-
...... follows: Market Road to State Road 16 !
0 Certificate No. 29. Year of thence run northerly along I ALL
hl Issuance 1961. Description of State Road 16 to the point of I 1
Property Lot 1 of BLK 48 in beginning; also that part ot i juc l
L T & COS SID Sec. 28 T. 6S R. Starke, bounded on the east by : FLAVORS 1

22EName S. A. L. Railroad. ,on the south
in which assessed John by Call Street, on the west by i il .
H. Hicks Temple Avenue (State' Road i (Limit 5 At This Price Please) !

All of said property being in 200), and on the north by Cen- I LEFT
the County of Bradford, Stateof ter Streeti in Temple's Addition. i,
t Florida. County 'o..S..lo.r-r. I'' I
Unless such certificate or District \.. 4l !

according certificates to shall law be the redeemed property Commence State Road at 100 the and Intersectionof Walnut : AT Firm "Golden Ripe" Fla. Grade "A" Medium \

1 described in such certificate or Street In Starke Florida. ')
certificates will be sold to the thence runeasterly and southerly I II
If wife is in home highest bidder at the court along State Road 100 to I
your unhappy your present or apartment, don't let her walk out II
house door on the first Monday Road S-18 the Crystal BANANAS EGGS
(known as I ]
except to walk into a new Jim Walter home. By paying just $50 a month rent, in Month of December, 1963, Lake Road), thence run Ii

for only 12 years, you would spend $7,200. enough to own the most beautiful ber.which 1963.is the 2nd day: of Decem said southerly Road and S-18 to easterly the east along line; THE y

3-bedroom home we offer. Dated this 29th day of October of ,Bradford County, thence run !
1963 southerly along the east line of I, C
(SEAL) Bradford County to the Putnam C f.e f.t
Charles A. Darby County line thence run westerly I I
==-= Clerk Of Circuit Court of along the Putnam County : END II
Bradford County Florida. I
line to the BradfordAlachuaCounty
: 10/31 it 11/21 line thence run north- JOL33
a. erly and westerly along the LB
Bradford-Alachua County line I
\i Xotit'e Of Appllratloa Fur Tax to the west line of Section 33. I I OF
a : Deed Township 7 South Range 21I i ,
c See. 1M.16, F. S.
East thence run north along I
'tU Notice is hereby given, thatT. section lines to State Road 18, i 1
; y : $ J. Alderman, the bolder of thence run northerly and 'east Ii
.\ S ? -4.--4.d the following certificates has erly along State Road 18 and I
filed said certificates for a tax Road S-227 to State Road 200 THEMONEY i I
deed to be issued thereon. The (State Road 18 and S-227 being I Copeland's All Meat
certificate numbers and yearsof known as the Starke-Brooker Copeland's All Meat i 1
issuance the description of Road), thence run northerly I'
the property, and the names in along State Road 200 to Walnut I
which it was' assessed are as Street in Starke. Florida :
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follows: thence run north along Walnut FRANKS BOLOGNA f
Certificate No. 5. Year of Issuance Street to said point of begin
1961. Description of ning.
jf Property Lot 1 of BLK 16 In N Ceaaty Cerrissieaer's. I IC
RENO SiD Sec. 21 T. 6S R.' %:E District \.. :5tCommencing
Name in which assessed Ida at the Intersection 12 Oz. 6 Oz. ,

Big 3-Bedroom COMANCHE : May All.of Tyson.said property being is :33. Township of the west 7 South.line of Section Range Pkg. Pkg. 1 112Oz. 1i

CASH MICE IN BASIC STAGE- ip 3 8'95 the County of Bradford Stateof 21 East, and the AlachuaBradford i
c OR Florida. County line, thence run i
C o INSIDE FINISHING OPTIONAL 'ff Unless such certificate or westerly along said county lin I
certificates shall be redeemed to Bradford-Union County line
You'll be amazed at the brand-name materials and ad. according to law the property (Xew River), thence run north 49 29cPk

C hi A vented construction; methods used to custom build all Jim described in such certificate or erly to the west line of Section .
20, g.
certificates will be sold to the Township S South, Range
Wolter homes, with or without inside finishing as you desire. highest bidder at the 'court 21 East, thence run l south along
house door on the first Monday section lines to State Road 100 I
There
21 distinctive and floor
are styles plans, one to four thence
State
in Month of December which run easterly along
bedrooms, all Illustrated in our latest catalog. Is the 2nd day of December. Road 100 to Pratt Street in Ii: Consolidate All CHECK THESE ADDITIONAL FEATURES:
Starke: Florida. thence run ;

'S VISIT, WRITE, OR PHONE COLLECT TO THE DISPLAY 1963Dated this 29th day of Octo. I northerly and Easterly along Your Bills 9 American Express Money Orders
ber. 1963. Pratt Street )in Stark*, Florida I
OFFICE NEAREST YOU. (SEAL) to Orange Street thence rna I
Charles A. Darby southerly -along Orange Street sseo 0 Sparkling Crushed Ice
Clerk of Circuit Court of to State Road 194. thence run J
i Bradford County Florida easterly alone State Road 100 I

10/31 4t 11/21 to Walnut Street thence run Town Finance .
s southerly along Walnut Street I WELCOME TO .
to State Road !OO. thence run I -
X.ticeOf A IIt'.ti.a Foe Tax southerly along State Road 200
Deed to Road 227, theme ran westerly j LOANS UP TO
S**. IN.11. F. 8. along Road 227 to State "GRAND OPENING"of ,
Notice is hereby given thatE. Road 18, thenc run westerly 1 $600.00
JACKSONVILLE FLA. OCALA FLA. \V. Hayes the holder of the along State Road 18 to the west
following certificates has filed line of Section 28, Township 7 144 W. Call Street DOUGLAS' MEAT DEPT.
3281 West Beaver St. 1813 Jacksonville Rd.P.O.'Boa said certificates for tax deedto I South Range 21 East thencj r
b6 Issued thereon. The certificate run Mouth along version lines : NEXT DOOR TO JACKSON'S MINIT MARKET .
6248 Phone 964-9091 1 1I'
; P. 0. Box 954 numbers and years of to the Bradford-AUc-hua Cons 1

Phone 387-1141 Phone 622-8118 issuance, the description of the i tv tine. at, said point of begin- Starke :
: property, and the names in j' ning. _.* r"'v..ty "\' Fla. "
which it was assessed are as ( r..I..I..er' I .1

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Baker Reports Retirement Village Events For KHS Set FridayThe For libraryBalloting I Eleven Qualify orI




Plans Firmed Up No Hitches;: Keystone Indians

Homecoming "scalping
pro T TI
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gram" will get off to a "flam

The retirement village for out and a water system'. in- ing" start tonight vnth a A new date for the "Library K.eystone Posts

members of the National] talled Baker said :REA'power -
: bonfire in front of the football Election" has beon set by the I

League of Postmasters was! is available in the\-area... field at 6:45.: Keystone City Council for .

'Tinned up with no hitches"at Carrying a personal card Keystone High School's Thursday, Dec 19. ... ,,
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from Vice-President Eleven people 'tnet the ,!o. :-t---'r--: .
Lyndon <
the NLP's annual board loveliest f" .' .
maidens will be
pre The new proclamation, on :
meeting in Washington D. C. Tohnson for seating in .John- sented along with the announcement I ,$ $ q.rl':1 -r? W,.,..... ;Jp'y'" \ I the bulletin board in front of Monday qualifying deadlinefor : ",

ast week Executive Vice son's box in the TJ,.S: Senate. of the six positions .open in
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Homecomin ; ; Keystone post office, givesresId.ents
president. William E. Baker NLP Veep Baker'I and the, ; ., : d'o.. ., : .4 the upcoming Keystone City P:1\
Queen. Members of the court t a three-way choiceof !
said yesterday. the president of the. .organization ."....4 -'II'; ,. .-.," .... tr Election Dec- 3.
the
selected by the student bodj "* '*, southwest, northwest
JQv "r3
Baker vy2 M. L. (Les] Beasley; for- :
postmaster at Lake sat in the box "where 1 .
are: seniors Viola or northeast of the ,
Geneva, near where the village Jackie Ridaught; > .c ( ."' .wft ..&Ww''i 1'!i. .J, 3fe.. o(. corner mer Mayor of Keystone from \. .
Kenned sits when she .. '..
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and Roberta Sibley Dam! "". "" City Park as a propped sitefor4 h :
; *J<***fc,Arf&' y .J'j.. ,; I i' '
has decided to
will be located, arrived goes to the Senate." ""fi"'i.. ..., ... ,-4i ; t the 1954-61 run ;;: : .j
Chapman, a junior; Mariar;L '..$ .t-:> y \ ', i ; 1 new building. .
home -. 'owH, ,_ '1.4 T; --:" 7t-: again for Mayor. He is gen- I t
Monday from the two- : ..
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"The first three seats in of ,, "The .;
Beasley. a sophomore and L W *' i +4 ; ," :\or;; ./ tennis courts lies in ',, ..;,
weeks session where he tourec1 Vice-Pres. ;t... r.. >..." ...4! ,, 1' ,1'>W'i"\ : .., -': eral manager: of the State !
Johnson's- box are freshman Lora Meserve. :. ,..." %, ". ..:, $ ...... ...,.. the southeast corner of the "
several states. always reserved for the First The football team will be i :.. !!!'f1' <' .".,'lil.,1<0-. ',0-..;'< ,)".... ".!'. park and there isn't enough REA Association an n V* i- ._ .H'i'
Interest in the proposed Lady," Baker said introduced and cheerleaders I I't: ; ;:.-,*.$ ;: room for the building there formerly employed by Clay f "

village gained momentum in Baker and'.the NLP Boarc* will lead a pep rally. A"4 ...*'.....,. fclr. '' .. City Clerk,Bill Dermody said. Electric Co-op for years. M .

our organization and amone also met'with chairman I "We're also going to have l .,jot.,. .., .f.* ,,f .ts a? The ballot also gives citi- Beasley is a 15-year resi- .. &
of : .
b -*.** ** #. .. ... *rf1M3ilAE,.,
members of the Post Offic:? the Senate post office com-I a car bash. For a dime, any- LI* 1 ,/ M:;(<,ajr!' 1....,,ar-uJ -i'tI'Sr5).'!".ffit,. f zens a "for or against" the dent' of Keystone and a native $ -. ;

Department. We expected to mittee. Sen. Olin! Johnsion of one can bash an old car withteachers' S, ,::.. i'<""'fi';-; -f.L': ; :: ,, "t. I library choice plus the 'Ia- Floridian. He is marriedto _j

begin sellin lots in : ', .t:1't: yyv?::-*.*P. :;,-..-VJ'SP, ..%.-'. the former Edna Williams
JanuaryAll 4 site"
South 'Carolina to discuss I names and the t .; f'"..i.2V. .\ .'r' &.' ,'' '1( .'. vored choice. A majorityof
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we need to do Is finish recording the federal employee'pay names of the Hastings team V I residents must vote "for or of Waldo and they have one -

the plats." Baker said bill which carries a "rider" written across it," Mrs. Ann against" but a "plurality" of daughter. Beasley is a mem- ,

Apartment buildings may affecting post office lev ls. Null senior class sponsor, votes will determine the cor- ber of the Baptist Church McGlave

also be sponsored by' the Instead of setting post office said. Gladys Tillis ConfirmedAs ner of the park where the and teaches Sunday School Beasley -

group, but plans are not definite levels by how ParadeA proposed library will be lO- there. He has been active in
many Keystone Heights Lumber Co
yet.Location. "whooping" parade will cated. Keystone civic affairs since day Monday.
I stamps are sold PostmasterMiss Controversial Figure
a post office Keystone his arrival here.A Watkins who born in
of the develop- will take place Friday afternoonat The election set or last was
get credit for 'money George E. LaRue, who
or-
ment will be a 500-acre tract ders, parcel 4, led by a team of horse- Friday was called off by the I. political newcomer to Putnam Hall southeast of
bills himself
post as "highly
savings a
of land south of Keystone stamps, and special docu- power [convertibles] carry- Gladys Tillis has been Gladys in the post office it council at its monthly meet- Keystone, Charles McGlave, town, has lived in Keystonefor controversial figure," has en-

Heights bordering Lake : ing the Homecoming Queen notified that on Sept. 11, sh3 is because she was in the ing Nov. 12 after receiving a is running against Beasley in seven years and says ha: tered the with
mentary stamps council race
Hutchinson. Baker said. and her attendants. was, appointed Keystone hospital for surgery duringthe petition signed by over 8(> residents his, first political attempt of "will have no change in policy .
"This could
effect
the levels qualifications.
Development potential for of Music will be provided bi Heights postmaster by a special early part of October so protesting the site pre- any kind. McGlave, a residentof if reelectedThe term disputed

the village is estimated at post offices in our area.. It the Keystone Booster's Band act of Congress, effective she has been recuperating at iously selected by the council.: six years, says this is his Watkins is serving now as The new Keystone City
will probably raise ,more Charter voted 'on in 1962
2,000 homesites. As the of and grades 9-11 will each Oct. 2.Miss. home and hopes to be backon The council had selectedthe home and that he has "no councilman is his first term -
pro. them than it will lower calls for wishingto
if persons
the
jects grow streets will be laid bill is : sponsor a float. The senior Tillis feels that while the job next week. southwest corner of the other political ambitions except in a public office. Watkins is
passed he added. for city'council to have
-., class will provide convertiblesfor the appointment was made in Meanwhile, her efficient park where the city hall is to aid the betterment of a land surveyor, belongs to run

-' the Queen and her court. Washington, it actually orIginated staff .has carried on the busi located for the 40 X 50:>> Keystone." the Baptist Church and his two years' residence in the city I'
limitsLaRue's insurance
Football Game in Keystone Heights ness. The, office force 'now building. Active In Lions wife Maude. is a native of

The Keystone Indians hopeto among her many friends and consists of Edna Baker. Bet- Residents protested this McGlave, who holds t degree Melrose. agency has been in Keystone
KEYSTONE for four but he has
HIGHLIGHTS scalp the Hastings Foot- to them she is eternally tie Sprow, Inez Lawrence site because they thought in chemistry from La Pangborn who says he was lived in years the city only 14

: ball Team at th* Homecoming grateful.If Martha Thomas, and Don large oak trees v,ould be cut Salle University in Pennsylvania "around here before there was months.

By Mary Schaeffer game Friday at 8 p. m. you have missed seeing Shackleford. down. The council voted to is employed by DuPont a Keystone Heights," also LaRue voted for the new

I In he stadium. cancel the election and give in its Trail Ridge Plant
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......""AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4A.__. _-_ "We're going to have a big rYTTTTTTTTTTTTtTTTTVYlMELROSE Sunday. residents a choice of four near Keystone. McGlave is and has served charter and a question' of
--- --- aaa&A A A A A.....L..t..t..j. Sp-5 'Gene W. Sealey has as chairman of the Council whether or not he can disenfranchise -*
SENIOR half-time show with theBooster's : sections of the park. past president of the Key- this past term.
CITIZENS V returned from Germany himself has risen.
Ohio, ',Mrs. F. P. Egan Mr. Band and major- stone Lions Club for two
HAVE GOOD MEETING where he was stationed in the Pangborn has been in Clay Myron C. Prevail, attorneyfor
and Mrs- 1YYYVYYYYYYYYTVVYYYVYCRANDIN *
Joseph Murrelli, Mr. ettes, Mrs. Null said. years, has been zone chair-
Seventeen Senior Citizen U. S. Army. He and :Mrs. County politics for years, including the city in this case. is
and Mrs. H. R Barnes Mr. Dance By Mrs. Alice Rothhammer- man and is deputy' district
Club members and friends; Sealey [formerly Jackie Stin- service as a County trying to find the answers
and Mrs J. W. Van .Buskirk, The senior class will spon- governor for the Lions. He is
from Keystone Heights JoinedwltIi Syvyv1'vvyvyyyyyyyyyyyEpiscopal son], are, making their hQme Commissioner. He owns the (Continued on'Next Page)
Mrs, Ruth, Lott, Axel U 1m- sor a "Harvest Ball" after the first-aid officer for the Keystone -
the Starke area members with :Mrs. A. J. Cicen on
gren, Mr. and football in the school Bazaar
Mrs.: Julius game Fire Dept. and the .
at a covered dish Melrose.Bay: : By Charleyene Brantley
supper Hanson and Mr. and Mrs. cafeteria from 10 p. m. 'til- The Women of the Trinity County Rescue Unit, a member '
and evening of fun and fellowship Mr, and Mrs. E. D. Hall and I
John -Karges. Tickets are $1 per couple Episcopal Church will sponsor '&&AA&&a&&A A&&. of St Williams Catholic NOW OPEN
at the Stal'ke'Wom Mrs. Glenda Carver of Savan-
:Sixteen members planned and 75 cents stag.: Tables may their annual bazaar Friday Church, is married and has
an's Club. Nov. 12. nah Ga. spent last weekend Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Clough
to ,attend the be reserved and and Nov. 21 the Parish ;
Senior ,Citizens punch at two daughters.
The Club auditorium with Mr. and Mrs- of Douglas Ga. spent several for
George ;
gay with laughter. was covered dish supper 1 'at p lat- sandwiches will be served. The house. Handwork, including Ellis. days last week with Mrs. Cal- The two un-opposed candi- your Convenience!
dancing -
; ka on Nov. .13. first cup of punch and the knitted articles, and baked dates for election Mrs.
anI a general good time so Mrs. Margaret Martineau lie Rye and Mrs. Vira Her- are
The next.regular' meeting first sandwiches are free, foods will be on sale. Luncheon Sara D. McDonald incumbentTax

graciously offered by the will be Tuesday: ''No ..' 26. after that 10 cents will be will be served from 11 to spent, three days in Tryon, N. ringWeldon : Collector who, has qualified COIN OPERATED
Starke Recreation C.. last week. and Mrs.
Department Brantley B & T
Anyone Jnterested in attending charged for servings. one Mrs. Clarence Maxson. is for re-election and JamesR.
which is under John of
National A. Nyack, Brantley
_the Wallace Eugene were visiting "
may call Mr. .Lockwoodfor Proceeds will, go to _ths chairman of the bazaar and .' Cook who is running for LAUNbRY
Council of Senior Citi N. Y. 'is spending the winter ;friends in Palatka on' Friday.
details and time.- Senior Class for its trip. The Mrs. John Strawn is co- : .. Tax Assessor-
zens. This club was started with his and daughter-:
son Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sikes and
COMMUNITY CHURCH public is invited to the dance, chairman.
about a year ago with local in-law, Mr. and Mrs. CE- Seven Seek Council
of Jacksonville were down
NEWS_ and to all functions of Duplicate Bridge son
people and a few Keystoners 1. -. Wallace and family. the weekend. Seven Keystone residents FRIGIDAIRE WASHERS
hunting over
The Men's Club of Homecoming.Mrs.
Keystone -
Winners of MeIrose
Mr. and Dupli- seek the three council scab
Mrs. Arthur Lock- Mrs. Celia Vinson of Mi m: Odis Brockman of Madisonis
.Heights INTERNATIONAL STEAM DRYERS
wood Community cate Bridge Club for last in the Dec. 3 :
and Mrs. Elva Scott | is visiting Mrs. Lula Thag- several days with open voting. Two
Churchwill be host to the week include the following: spending Located next door to Howe
About six members attended incumbent council members F/ooklyn Supply across
and last Keystone- Indians football R. A. SpenceThomas.The Mrs. C. W. Beasley and Mrs: gard.Miss ;his mother, Mrs. Ethel Brock- seek re-election. CouncilmanRoy I
Tuesday there were Cathy Braun of the from Fire Tower on State Road 21-Half mile
team at their dinner man.
monthly
45 following boys received R. J. Williams Jr., first Watkins qualified at the
happy I
people.Membership University of Florida visited
meeting Nov- 25 at 6':30 Bob Smith of Jacksonville North of Keystone Heights.
on : p. place Mrs. S. Sashoff and
is open to all awards: Bobcats -Bill Mel. ; her grandparents, Mr. and last council meeting and :
m. Circle' 3." Mrs.,'J.: U..,JPerry! MrsA.. W. Stuart, second spent the weekend with Mrs.
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persons over 50 years of age. chairman, 'wfll"have" 'the. assistance drum, Robin Henderson, Tony Mrs. A. Arnold, last Saturday Vira Herring and Mrs. Callie Council Chairman Don Pang- P. H. BRADLEY: and ROY W. TYRE. Owners
place Mrs. C. Maxson and .
Meetings are held on the Davis. Richard Davis, Peter ; born qualified on deadline-
sec- -
'of Mrs. R. A. Gaunt Mrs: Skeet Segur, third place: RyeOther visitors to the.Rye --- -
and fourth Morgan. Wolf Badges! went .
Tuesday nights of ,Groiick Marine.Pvt. James H. Kahrof home. were Mr. and Mrs. Har-
and Mrs. Walter in
and Mrs. Walter J. Grolick
to Jeffry Davis, and Richard
each month. Mr. and Mrs. Camp Le Jeune, N. C.
of Palatka and
ris Herring
Joe Kerrigan of 'Silver Lake preparing. and service the din Davis. Gold Arrow awards and Miss Sally Mansfield spent several\ days last week '
HeservaCions' 'should Mrs. J. D. Barnes.Jackson-. -
serve as, president and secre ner. ..- be were given to Jack Funder- fourth place. with his parents, Mr.: and KEYSTONE HEIGHTS! MELROSE :
made. early.) burk. Willie Dey. and Craig School News Mrs. A. Comer. ville.Rev. -- ,
tary.Pending The Church Women's Exe- and Mrs. Cecil Under-
legislation is Spence-Thomas. Silver Arrow Melrose pushed their River-
; beIngstudied cutive Board will meet' Nov Mr. and Mrs. Tom Spurlockare wood. of Palatka were dinner
and supported by the '' awards were won by Jack land Conference standings to back in Melrose after .
ictlvttfes'and l guests of Mr. and MrsEugene:
to. pro"
25 plan .
club as a group and by individual Funderburk and Craig 8-0-1 Friday night as the spending seven months inAlbany Brantley on Sunday. BUSINESS I DIRECTORYAPPLIANCES
grams. c I
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members in Mustangs paced a win
the King- 8pen e-Thomas. over : Ohio-
CUB SCOUTS ENJOY Stuart
of
Mrs. Margie
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Anderson Medicare Bill The two Den Chiefs received Taylor High of Pierson. Bobby Miss-Trudie Morris of Jack- -
HALLOWEEN JAMBOREE and Mrs. Ros- I
Grandin Ruby
Members are advised that let their cards at this timtv Tison led the team to a sonville spent last weekend MILLWORK REAL ESTATEC.
Twenty-three CUb Scouts son of Frankfort Ky. were
ters should be sent to Sen. : These boys are indispensibleto 25-13 victory. Many Melrose with her parents. Mr. and .
'a
enjoved Halloween shopping in Palatka on
Jam-
Spessard Holland, Sen. George the Den Mothers. They people attended the game, MrsHoward -Morris. T V Service Center
boree in'. the ed ational Thursday.
Smathers, and Rep. Billy forming a motorcade from Mr. and Mrs.: Talmadge Keystone
help with all outdoor activities I II J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR
building of the Community .
Matthews urging their support I exhibits. and assistancein here to Pierson. Slade.and children of Middle- Warren Brantley,, 'BobbY J. R. TInES, Proprietor'

Church. Each of the three NOTICE burg 'visited his parents, Mr. Ridenour, Charles Brown of Authorized Motorola Philco
hatever is needed. I Millwork Shop
dens presented a skit I .
clever : Grandin. and Mr. Brasingtonof .
Keystoners attending the The Melrose Booster Club and Mrs. J. V. Slade.
CHARLES L CRAIGOn Sales and Service I
with the assistance ofthe Den. a ,
Gainesville 'are spending
meeting -were Mr. and Mrs.Locb'cod will Shoot Rev. Alfred Vaught of De-
sponsor a Turkey REAL ESTATE
MothersT 'l\.rs: William 'Few:: !\'ov. 12, Charles L. few days deer hunting in the Service On All Makes CABINETS DOORS
Mrs. Elva Scott Saturday Nov. 23, starting at land visited his uncle and
Mrs.! William Warren,_ and Craig. a former resident of National forest. WINDOW FHAMS8
and her sister-in-law from 1 p. m- next to Ford's Gro- aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Birt, Ocala TV RADIO STEREO J IORTGAGES APPRAISALS
[lContinue4 On ,Next ,Page] Keystone Heights. died in a cery. Wednesday.Mrs. Speaking of deer hunting. Work Guaranteed-TV'Rentals SCREENS

f -- .Nursinsr Home in Huntingon Stouts Enjoy Trip Mattie Moore of Lees- Ercell Sapp was ,the filet TrlmHaterW. Keystone Hecghta Tel. 473-4207
Long Island Burial was b hunter in Grandin to bag a Keystone Heights, 473-4651: I
: Boy Scout Troop 109 wentto burg has returned home aftera '-
Sash Hade T Order .
__ |: Arlington Cemetery Virginia.; the gulf on a fishing trip visit with her soninlawand deer. He shot an eightpointbuck l I *

The many friends _of Mr. Saturday and-camped at Shell daughter. Mr. and Mrs weighing 130 pounds.J AUTO SERVICE I Keystone Heights 473-1284

-r Craig in Keystone Heights Mound near Cedar Key that Jean Butts. and family Saturday mormn Winifred

"I'LL I I and Starke will regret to night. They also cooked crabs Mrs. Carl Hagglund Sr. has Mr. and Mrs- Underwood Terrell'sGulf ,NURSERY

i I learn of his deathj and oysters over a campfire. returned home after a visit in Cochrane of Orlando spent Service CRAWFORDReal .

j I SENIOR ('LASSWORKING the weekend with Mrs. Ethel .
Scouts who attended -were: Glendale Calif-] Her mother,

|I HARD Lloyd Baldwin,. Eddie! Roth- Mrs- Reinhardt, accompaniedher Brockman. ft New & Used Tires Nursery Stock Thousands 01 Real EitaU; Broke

FINISH On Sat 'day. Nov. 16 the hammer Nicki Chiappini home. ? -- :Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fennel From '$3.00 Up All" Sizes Plants & Fruit Trees, To

Seniors of KHS conducted a : Billy Schoeneman, Mike and Mr. and Airs: Gilbert Beck I of Sanford spent Thurs Lubrication &tte elt- Acces.I Choose From. Nice Shade Trees, Lake- Properties! : -* Acreage. .

;i Car-wash at the Keystone 1 Richard Beard and Pat: Harris and daughter,, Jeanene. of day with.Mr. and Mrs. Homer Evergreens ft Landscape Ranches Busi&esi City
; OPEN 7 Al M. 7:30 ,P. M.
HIM( THIS 'ja --I :> Plant Homes ?.*atls] .

j While the boys, were busily hammer and Albert SChOene- W. W. Scott of Palatka Keystone Height, 473-4379 '
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washing- cars, the girls were man accompanied them.. >Ir. and ,Mrs. Ray Bailey of spent. Sunday visiting Mrs- AUTO STORE I II Anytime See Oar Plaint* For ,1f1 Take A. Personal. .. Interest

j! on Lawrence Blvd. having Woman's' Club Virginia Beach. Va. visited her Margie Stuart and Mrs- Ruby I: Quality. Let Us Do Tour I In. Tour Requirement

RQUND. .. ;I Bake Sale, both of which Mrs Ernest Bartlett Mrs parents, 'Mr>- andMrs.. R' .. F Rosson. Western Auto Landscaping.

were quite successful.' Art GodleY'..Mrs. Dock Tison Simmons.; 'en route to Daytona Mrt and Mrs. Edward Hut- vfldway: K y ton. Heights .

On SaturdayDec..- 7, the and Mrs. Billy
--- Seniors will conduct a Rum- a meeting in High and :Mrs. Fred Beard son, Edward Jessie, Jr., on .

,. .: ;- maze Sale next door to Gear- Springs of the Alachua County -| and son. Allen of Newberry Nov.. 9. Congratulations to the S Appliances -Major or Small 23ML East Of Starke Oaliny Bhraj 21 Op o Sunday.*

I ge LaRue's office, in the sam Federation of Woman's, visited Mr. and Mrs. R. M. proud parents. Auto Accessaries, Tires, 100 At Florafaome.

: building. Please me some of Clubs Mrs- Tison was gues I Cason Sunday Batteries. Business Phone. 684-5665 OB 4-2M1 "

Keep '''FiscallFit" for all the cominff : your re-usables for .the Sen soloist accompanied. the I Mrs. Techla McGriff of PAEAN BAPTIST CHURCH S Sporting Goods, Bicycles. ,I % ,
Residence
iors. If you would like to do. piano by Mrs. McLendon.Also. .. Jacksonville visited her mother GRANDIN, FLA. S Hardware, Paints, Garden Phone 8S4-5520

: nate-something. call Mrs. Lin- Mrs. Tison was named Mrs. H. T. Smith, on Lake Sunday School. 10 a. n. Supplies. Night Time and 7 to 8 a. m. 5. E. McKay Realtor

rounds. Use our bank-by.mail service sin at Ducky's and she will chairman of the County Federation Santa Fe. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ,

i see that_someone will call for Nominating Committee Mrs.. Fred Moody is in the Training Union 6:45: p. m.
FLORIST U Lots Lake Lilly (S30Q
< I. it. at this meeting. Naval Hospital In Jackson- Evening Service 7:30 p. m. RESTAURANTS

and pay your bills with a Keystone State I NEW EYE WH.L PersonalsMr. ville. Prayer Meeting Wednesday Term 16 Lot San *t Lake

This cast week. John Ben- and Mrs. Johnny Den- Carol Ward of Cross City 7:30 p.m. Edna Wi1liiiniFLORISTNUR8ET Belldler'*
'%17 Terms Investment tracU
sel of Keystone Club Estates nis of Orlando spent the visited his uncle and aunt.

Bank checking account. Ii bequeathed his eyes to th" weekend with her grandpar- Mr. and Mrs. B.. E KeDey FLOW2R37ft !- Holiday Inn targe enough for several lot*:.

.; '. __ !! North Florida Eye Bank for ents: Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ter-
I j! ; Thursday. son. Ala. spent the weekend An OccastossPbone RestaurantFormerly access to wide tandy beae .

Restoring Sight. Anyone car- reD last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stinson with her brother-in-law and Me1rcM : OB J-3311:!

i i Ing to find out more about Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Raley S and son of -Gainesville have sister. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. __ Use for. recreation while balding .

|I! this worthwhile project of and Pat spent Sunday with purchased the Nick Burson Robinson. INSURANCE Investment*. E-Z Terms.BRCBturn1ahedcottageoa.

11 [I the Keystone Heights Lions Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Raley and 1 home and are in the processof Danny Sapp, son of' rand Lawrence's Dinette

:I Club may do so by calling family in Daytona.Mr. moving to Melrose. Mr. Mrs. Eugene Sapp. recently Murrhee Insurance COMPLETELY REMODELED 3 1

se p. LL c. EEYITO* Ieam i Lion George Schaeffer at and Mrs. Binns and Stinson is the brother of Mrs. celebrated his sixth birthday beautiful Lake Hutchinsoo
Agency OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLY
.. ...y -, ... .. I IlmJ ;: 473-4127. children of Jacksonville visited Gene Sealey. with a party at his home. f7,000. Terms
I BOY SCOUT CAMPOUT Mr- and Mrs. W. H. Alien Nick: Burson left Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Dock Than General Inauraaea Fun Dinner Loathe ;
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BoV" Scout Troon 105 of and family last weekend.Mr. make his home with his-son and family were visited last Fin cunalty Bonds Ala Carte lUliaa Food I
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Keystone Heights held a successful and Mrs. Gil Whitton, Nick Burson Jr, in. Wyan- Friday night by Mrs. Tison's Anied I JM* Block North at Red LightKEYSTONE Keystone Heights JU ',
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Campnut ]act; Fridav Sr. of Gallatin. :Mo. visited I datte. Mich. nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Lee I ) 4I34S1S. -j
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i BRADFORD. noTrvrr TELEGR.-\PH. CTlRTrF! FLORID,.{ 'l'n.n.nn9.&a.-'uo.ru<.a.., .rtw...... .91..a, iocQi ""Vol
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living in. Melrose.Mr. voted to make Thanksgiving drove ,to Palatka to the Jun- ,

11 Qualify For and Mrs. Carl Ford Sunshine Baskets for shut- ior College to hear another I .

visited Mr. and Mrs. Ralph ins. The hostess served re- beginning band from the Pa- : -

Novak, and family in Green freshments. latka- Schools and to performfor

i Keystone Posts Cove Springs: Saturday even- Harriet Kelly Sunday them, as well Both bands ,

ing.W. School Class, of the First Bap- are under, the direction of Dr i!

A- Raley and daughter tist Church met Monday Harpik Hovann of the Junior

r i From Preceeding Page] visited Mr. and Mrs. J. A. evening, Nov. 11. with Mrs. College This sort of thing ,

f Almond and family in Jack- M. L. Beasley.Mrs. does much to stimulate the
from the State
Gen- I
Attorney
sonville Sunday. A. E Anthony gave the children's interest, and make II I
eral. There,is also a questionof
Recent guests of Mr. and: devotional The class will them anxious to practice.
the
constitutionality of the
Mrs. W. H. Allen were Mr- and make new curtains for the Parents who drove .the children I
two-year clause due to state
1 Mrs. Koffman and childrenof Sunday School class room. to Palatka were Mrand F
election laws-
Jacksonville. which has just been repainted. Mrs. Frank Doyle, Mrs. Von-
LdRue said, "With the I
en- ..They too, will make Sunshine cile Ketch Mrs. Mildred Lov- ,
trance of Watkins and Pang-
TRINITY EPISCOPAL Baskets for Thanksgiving orn, Mrs. Margaret Andrewsen !
born Into the the issues
race CHUECB MELBOSK to be distributed to Mrs. Helen Warren, Mrs. I
are clearcut. It will be inter-
shut-ins. Miriam. Mingledorf, and Mrs.
esting to hear their justification Holy Days 10 &. BL, Holy Mrs. Beasley served her Marjorie Few
for the expenditures of Sundays 10 a.m- Church refreshments FRIDAY z
guests after the NOVEMBER
SOCIAL AND PERSONALMiss :i 22 '
the past two years." School 11:45 a.- m.,. Mornlni
meetingDr. ,
Gladys Tillis, who has
LaRuet plans an active campaign Prayer and Sermon Hirst O. L. Walker of Stetson been convalescing at home

beginning: with a news- Sunday Holy Communion. f University Religious Dept. in
after last month,
surgery was
letter he plans to send to p.m. Episcopal Young Church Deland, will be in charge of certainly not forgotten by her ,

' voters men. the Morning and Evening friends. She received over ;, KHS Indians

1 OWNBEY BACK I Communion.The Worship Services on Sunday 100 cards to wish her well, as vs Hastings
H L. I Hank] Ownbey own-: Nov. 24.NEWS .
I Rev. Jean Chance, well as food, flowers, and gifts
er of Keystone Plumbing., .
Vicar. FROM ST.. -......-- oWIILLUI'S f, all kinds. She is so grate: ,
and past council chairman
1 a ful to her friends, and thankful .
for several has decidedto i t r
years Please fill out your Census that she will be able to
run again this term. A resident METHODIST- COTEC, Card and return in the
get back to work next week.
c for 16 years, he is a MELBO3B ,' stamped, self-addressed envelope -
On Monday, Nov. 11 the ,
member of the En. Kenneth ,
Baptist W. Griffith furnished for you for .
I ., post office staff called on
Church Masons, Scottish 1'Mtat. this purpose.A .
t Hiss Gladys Tillis with food
Rites and Eastern Star.C ,
Sunday .School 9:45: a.m.
Day of Recollection b
and fixin's fora birthday,
J H Haberstroh, a retired Worship 11 a. m.TTTYTYTTTYYYYY. being planned for Women for party-not Gladys'it was -

Pensylvania Railroad lawyer. Monday. Dec. 9. at Christ the Edna Baker's natal day, and : I : :;J I _
i and past city clerk fo>. seven King Church in Jacksonville. thegroup wanted to share ,[ '

I years, is running for ,his first KEYSTO.NEHIGHLIGHTS. It will begin with Mass at 9 their festivities with Gladys.
term as councilman. A Key- a- m.and conclude with
Edna: }. received some nice gifts,
stone resident of 13 years, he Benediction a 2:15: p. m. Cost and Gladys also received a
was elected to the clerk's of breakfast and lunch wilt
gift to remind her of this
position in 1952 and recalled be '
U&&A $2- Women planning to happy occasion toy poodle
for appointment from 1955 to avail
themselves of this won- which she has christened
1961. [From Preceeding Pagel derful
means of Spiritual
Stormy. It is actually a live ,
Haberstroh has served Camping checkup, should contact Mrs. toy poodle.-not only alive'

stone'In several capacitie.since : Mildred Sutton at 473-4211. but hungry most of the time, (1"

coming here. He is a I The five patrols taking part The Holy Name Society has rand Gladys leas no more -

member of the zoning committee I \yere scored on Campcralt, requested that a Special Mass time on her hands for a while- t

secretary of the Fir' Hikecraft, Cookcraft, and Patrol be offered for deceased members On Wednesday evening., I ..

Dept. and president of the organization. First prize 'of the Parish on Sunday. Nov. 11, Mrs. Yaeko Hinck l: j t w At
Civil Defense Rescue Unit. went to the Flaming Arrow Nov. 24. Holy Name men will ",as. honor guest at a dinner )J
: I
"I was even Chief of Policeone Patrol with Barry Wyman occupy the front pews of the party at the Garden Restaurant

year when they couldn't Jras Patrol Leader. Second Church for this Mass in Starke, the occasion

find anybody ,else/"! he say Place was given to the Gator UNION THANKSGIVING being her birthday. Guests : j

Haberstroh is a member of Patrol, with Johnny Carnes as SERVICES included Mrs. Juanita fSker I,

the Community Church, 1 is Patrol leader. Union Thanksgiving Services ets"] GUsson. Mrs Florence i -.. .7 \
married and has eight chil Events in the afternoon included of the First Baptist st. Forth Mrs. Dorothy Martin. iI I 1r l ..

dren. fire-building, archery, Anne's Episcopal, and Com Miss Anna McCullough, and .

NEW FACES markmanship, and horseback munity Churches will be held Mrs. Mary K. Shaeffer. In I II I

Two "first-timers" in politics riding. at 10 a. min Community the afternoon, preceding the

have also qualified to run Scoutmaster Barry Wyman Church on Thanksgiving dinner Mrs. Glisson had

for the council posts. Arthur and Assistant Scoutmaster Day. Rev. William W. Wor- brought Mrs. Hinck a beautifully i i
H Hlr
F Mannering, a retired maintenance Dr. Phillip Parsons accom stall of St. Anne will deliver decorated birthday 6 a Fl,
supervisor from Chi panied the boys. the Thanksgiving message, cake which she had baked, r t

cago, says he wants to "rep FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I: Dr. Albert Holt of the host and she and the other ladies

resent the entire community."I Nelle Pearce Circle of the II j: church will preside at the' had bought her a lovely: I,I II _

Mannering has been a resident First Baptist Church WMU worship services. The cho punch bowl. She also received 'I :

of Keystone for six years met Tuesday, Nov. 12, at 2 p. of Community Church will many other lovely gifts. 1963 INDIAN FOOTBALL SQUAD: 1st row (left to right-Tony) Brault, manager; Eric Redfearn,

and this is his first venture mat the home of Mrs. Ivey render Thanksgiving music. Mrs. Frances Pyle of Columbus Jimmy McMurtry, Gary Cooper, John Allen, Coach Roy Spradley. 2nd row-Elam Glisson, Tommy Bird,

into politics. Crosby. SOCIAL. AND PERSONALMrs. Ohio is a winter guestat' : Harold Snellen, Stefan Brokas, Johnny Moon, Ray Wingate. 3rd row-Willie Goodyear, Lee Sutton, .
J W. Warren, machinist Mrs. Walter Bachman gave [MaxI Sande Herzogwas White Feather Court Sh ;
a : George Allan John Muir Richard
Don "
Mooneyham, Todd. 4th row-Chester Glenn, Ernie Williams, Jim J 'hi
guest at Circle HI at the
.at. the Sperry-Rand plant i in the opening prayer.? Mrs was accompanied to Keystoneby ,, I Davie Ronnie
home of Mrs. Wm Reynolds Homer, Marshall Pardee. 5th row-Cliff Chapman, Bruce Moon\ David Schaeffer, Jimmy .
Gainesville and a five-year Crosby, circle chairman, I cave her daughter, Mrs. W. B. .
resident of Keystone, is also the devotional, and presidedover with Mrs. Francis. P. Egan Gest, also of Columbus who.! Theis, Don Norris, Mike Zike. Not shown in photo: Mike\ Lovorn, Rodney Paul (Photo courtesy Clay .. 'ifi

running for his first elective the business meeting. co-hostess on Monday. She is returned home via plane aftera i, .. County Crescent). !
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here until having
January
office. Mrs. Fred Ellis ana Mrs. Nick' early short visit. i

Warren is a member of the Chab presented a program: ont : driven here from Phoenix. :Mrs. Jessie W. Herzog a

;Keystone Boosters Club and e.Iook? "Bill Wallace ofChina. Arizona. where she moved former Keystoner. is wintering T GAME TIME
AT THE KHSRESERVATION{
the Men's Club of the-: Community ." The circle voted to with relatives about two years in Keystone Heights,
Church. ago. It was a surprise to having taken cottage at
He is Cub- sponsor an eight-year-old girl, a
master of the local Cub Scout t Carol Louise Hersey, at the most Keystoners her returning White Feather Court. She has
Pack to old friends. She is been living with relatives in 8:00 P. M.
and also assists with Baptist Home in LakelandMrs : : B
FeatherCourt.
staying at White
other scouting groups- He i Sage Ellis closed the meeting Phoenix Arizona the past!

children with prayer. two years. Her large number!II I ,

The hostess served refresh Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pre- of friends are happy to have ;I

ments to nine members and vost and three daughters of her back among them. : SEE THE BIG HOMECOMING PARADE-4:00 P. M.!

four visitors. I Keystone, and Mr. Prev.ost'sgrandmother i <
Mrs Etta K. ST ANNE'S EPISCOPAL f'AI
Melrose Fay Taylor Circle met ;
Menge of Melrose, have returned CHURCH, KEYSTONE
Tuesday afternoon. Nov. 12. from New Orleans I. I I '

(From Preceeding Pagel Puckett at the home circle of chairman.The Mrs. James. where with Mr.they Prevost's spent two parents weeks S; Holy Sundays-Eucharist Morning, Church Prayer;; (This space sponsored by the following backers ot the KHS Football Team)

Howell, of Micanopy. devotional was given and brothers. School and Sermon, 9:30: L.i,!

Wesley A. Patterson of New by Mrs. Cora Mal shburn. An:, Mrs. Lester K. Britton of I m. Evening Prayer and ETC,i ,

York who studied creative interesting program on the Auburndale, Mass., and Fay- 7 p. m. I .
life of Bill Wallace, missionary i Keystone All The Way Luck!
a wintervisitor Good
writing under ProfSmith etteville, N. C. is a WeekdaysDally Morning Keystone
Klrkpatrick and received his doctor in China, was pre at White FeatherCourt. Prayer, 8:30: a. m. Daily
masters sented by Mrs. J. R. Chasteenand Her daughter, Mrs Evening Water Walker's i\
degree at the University Prayer, 5 p. m. Holy Works
of Florida was recently Mrs. Puckett. Mrs. King Cynthia Hinajosa. of North Eucharist Wednesdays 10 a. Gang!. Jewelers
led the closing prayer and Carolina ten days with I
selected as one of the winners spent m.
of annual short-story contest the hostess served refresh her mother recently. Mrs i( Home Of Service Station

sponsored by the Reader's ments. Britton has made many local COataIDAIITr CHURCH ,I J It t't'D' and Gift Shop
Digest The contest is open to The Night Circle met friends and is enjoying> her KEYSTONE HEIGHTS II I Good Water B e rugs J

all college students and the Thursday evening Nov. 14. stay in Keystone.On Go-Go-Ge! Keystone Heights

winning selections will be at the home of Mrs. Ted Saturday afternoon, Sunday School, 9:30: a. a.?"

published in the 1964 in a Oglesby on Lake Brooklyn.Mrs. Nov. 9, Mrs. Singleton E. Mc Morning Worship, 11 &. m.

book entitled "The Best College Floyd Gilrie gave the de Kay entertained at her horns Youth Fellowship, 7 and 7:30 Best Of Luck

Writing of 1963. His votional. "Prayer and with a. linen shower for Miss p. m.DK. {i Compliments Good Luck From

parents, Mr. and Mrs Henry Thanksgiving." Mrs. Leamoa Ann Van Landingham of Albert C. Holt, minister; i

Patterson, are retired and are Ward presented the Royal Tallahassee, whose wedding Mnt. George Canova, organistand State BankThe C. J. "Pete" O'Connor
Keystone Keystone
__ _m Service Program. The ladies to Myron Prevatt, Jr. of Key choir director; Mrs. Wm. ;

I stone Heights will take place Warren, church secretary. i Real Estate

There/ Is No Finer next month. Those attending Friendly Bank In The Friendly Community, Appraisal Service

were :Mrs. Myron Prevatt Sr., FWSTBAInSTKEYSTONE Department Store :Member FDIC

1! Miss Gertrude Houser, Mrs > HEIGHTS! i

r. Madeline Smith. Mrs. George J. H. smith pastor Ralph]

MILKTomorrow Today LaRue, Airs Kyle McMurtry, Copeland Minister of Music i j

1 Miss Gladys Tills Mrs. Edith and church organist Go Get 'Em Indians -NOW OPEN'
Go-Gang!
iThornauist, Mrs. Gordon Services: Sunday School B&T

I Adams, Mrs. Ruth OhJson, 1:43: a. ,
m. Morning
i Mrs. Raymond Starnes, Mrs. Worship Coin Operated
10:50 .
a, m. Training Keystone
; Alfred Watson.. Mrs. Charles Union
I Emory Cross, and Mrs. ,Roy TOO p. m. Evening Berricea : Scales Red & White Laundry
It Will Be Even Watkinsr Out-of-town:: guests hare':00 p. m. You are invited to I Ity Located Next Door To n

.. included Mrs. W. E. Van faafly Prayer time vii 1 Barber Shop Brooklyn Supply House

Landingham Jr., mother of i On S R 21-Half Mile N. of
"
the bride elect and two iisi i TSB BIGHT f --- .K..vdnnA.... '"
Better! i ters. Mrs. Lee Dragoo and POINT tot the I -"
Mrs. Marge Van Landingham. '107 yea writ. Come intn4. ,, Best Wishes

i all of Tallahassee. elect year raroita ESTER I' Wishing You Indians The
Murrhee Insurance
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEGBAFH. Agency

So Don't Say 1 Myron Prevatt last weekendwere j Candy's Best Of Luck J! !

MILKSOWANNEE Mr. and Mrs. W. E' Van P. 0. Box 665

; Landingham. Jr. and daughters Gulf StationGood A. E. (Bud) Anthony

: Mrs. Lee Dragoo and Keystone Heights, Florida .
R Ii
: Marge and Ann Van Landing i .
''''ham all of Tallahassee. Mv.- i -
: i
Say. ron Prevatt Jr., was also WILLIAMS Luck! Go! Big "Blue" .

home from, Tallahassee .for, Indians, Scalp 'Em t .
the weekend. i
.i I Al Watson
VALLEYNI Mr.; and Mrs- William S. JEWELRY' .Reynolds
Terry of ParkofthePalmshave ; ; Brooklyn Supply .

returned from a pleasant I Banner Food d Store
,; REPAIRS : The Best Place To Buy Insurance Agency 1
vacation trip during '
which they visited Mrs. Tex ,. -- I
I L K t WATCHES-DIAMONDS I ,, .
j
rys father. Willis O. Fausr: ', !
'mush in Columbus Ohio u AD Work Guaranteed j
: We're Behind You 100% iAH The Way!
well other friends and relatives
as l- ,
At Your' Favorite Grocer in Columbus and, X C. WiDikma I We're Proud Of You Indians! I: j .1.
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E.
r i- S. McKay! -
Northern Ohio and in Indi 142 W. CaD St. ,; ZikeDecorating Go All The Way! !
AVAILABLE Dl GALLONS
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ana.On Thursday Nov, 14, Key :: Starke Fla Realtor

HALF GALLONS, .QUARTS AND PINTS :. stone Heights. School Band i! Shop Clay Electric Cop Inc.
.Appraisal Service
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SO1, 1963 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STA1.K1R;. FLORIDA PAGE THIRTEEN '
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J to the consumer, the hOusewife -! Methodist Church .i la ..TlieCh' ult Court Ot The Theron A. Yawn, Jr., plaintiffs consecutive weeks in th. Brad-
Eighth Judicial Circuit Of attorney, whose address is: 122 Witness my hand and the
can go,into a food store {! Florida Ianll For Bradford South Walnut street Starke. seal of said! Court At Starke.
and make selections from among I Sunday, Nov. 2$ Coffee CCNlDt- la CkuBcerjCan*- No. Florida on or before said date Bradford County Florida this .
PI the Laws of 8th of November, A. D.
COUNTY Home 13-509 as required by day
:
three to six thousand
WITH > ( ; Hour for teachers and workers Jack Moody Plaintiff, vs. Florida and the Florida Rulesof 1963. "
different items. in church 9 a. m. Membership Sally Mae Moody, Defendant. Civil Procedure. If you fail (SEAL *
r. Farmers and businessmenare training Class for DIVORCE to do so, a decree pro confess CHARLES ,A. DARBY, Clerk: *J.*.
YOUR w AGENT Demonstration Order Of Publication And No- will be entered against you of the Circuit Court, Brad-
good customers for each boys and'girls,_ 10 a. m. Morn tick To Defend.In for the relief demanded in the '. ford County. Florida.
; % 6xirX: Txe other. Last year, farmers ?f A, The Xame Of The StateOf complaintThis I By Dorothy W. Failing,
ing Worship a. m. Snack
4 spent 42 billion dollars to buy Florida To: notice shall be published Deputy Clerk
NotesBy Supper for MYP 6 p. m. Sally :Mae :Moody Route 2. once each week for four 1\/U 4t IS/3 ?
all the goods and services: to Box 378, Lake Park, Georgia.You .
produce the nation's food and Youth Meetings, 6:30 p. m. are hereby notified thata -

fiber. They spent another 2i Dorothy Ross! -, Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. has suit been in filed equity against for you divorce by II a L ft 0' C That's Our Business

billion to buy things like. machinery I. Home Demonstration Agent Tuesday, Nov 26 Cub Jack Moody in the above named ft u u "If It's Glass We Have n"
fertilizer and, seedy. '. Court and cause and you are
RS> I Scout Pack 70 will, meet in I CALL WRITE or VISIT
summonsed and
hereby ordered
. another 15 billion .1'
They spent I Ii :
i I Fellowship Hall, 7:30 p. m. required to: file your written FOR ,ANY GLASS NEEDSffES
P household and personal items
1s. answer or defenses to the com- "
; like the city people buy. GIVE THANKS joran or thyme, heat and Wednesday Nov. 27-Stud] plaint in said cause in the office
or the undersigned Clerk GLASS CO.NOT
Well strong Agricultureand Thanksgiving began with I pour over flurry rice for"a on,Methodism. 7 p. m. Chan- of the Circuit Court it Starke .
By strong business makes a our pilgrim fathers who set Spanish treat. cel Choir rehearsal, 8 p. m. Florida on or before the 16th INC.
T. day of December A. D. 1963, ( )
George strong America. There is no aside this day to give thanksfor All of these provide you and to serve a coiiv thereof onSTARKi !
"F rmerJ1 Joe Peters Glass Ca'i
Huggifl2NOVEMBER longer a dividing line between their bountiful harvest. with a quick meat when -. i .
"FARM interests and CITY We too, are grateful for the teamed with a crisp salad anda We Design Modern Store Fronts
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22 through 28i, related to agriculture the folks are planning togetherto this year why not take time Lots of butter or oleo for Table Tops

will be recognized as NA- population is much closer to work out solutions to the to thank God for the many that bread. Milk to drink, and BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO 1313 N. W. 4th PL Gainesrffle. Flsu Phone FR2-435
TIONAL FARM CITY 40 per cent.Looking big problems that affect all things he has given us which coffee, steaming hot, to accompany II I
WEEK. This is the one main I i .at these agricul- AmericansThis is important feed< our souls and give dessert. I

week of the year when we all tural related jobs, we find because we all have a stakein strength of character. 2With any meal, frozen I -
join together in recognizing I that six million people are the future. Give thanks for each new fruit partly thawed is a big REPAIRS AITF6 SERVICE

that Farm and City interests involved in providing the day for the sunshine to! success. Some are: thawed .

cannot be! separated. I goods and services that farmers brighten our way. peaches, strawberries, or any Earl's' GarageALL : Hurst' I natural
Only eight per cent of our I I buy. Ten million work at l Give thanks for the stately berry over vanilla ice cream; I L ..

population is classed as full transporting, processing ,storing pine trees which are a source peaches,or any fruit in frozen KINDS OP Service Station

time farmers today. Ye and selling farm products. of beauty the year round tart shells, garnished with AUTO REPAIR WOKS 1 "
when you consider the num- One real result of all this This reminds us that "only whipped cream; fruits served SINCLAIR

ber of folks employed in jobs: team-work from production God can make a tree." over angel food cake. Whippgd An Work Guaranteed |
Our Soil Our Strength Gas Oils Lubrication
gas
Give thanks for the
srug- cream if aesired. Try the Phone2' +4se.
Soil Conservation gles we've had. Our struggles Goodyear Tires & Batteries
parfait idea using a sherbetor Wilomt, siam
EcTT N-E-W-S help us grow, defeats keep plain ice cream.' Spoon alayer ROAD SERVICE I
us humble and losses makeus of fruit into parfait R IS IRE MODERN GENIE

[ By Bfll Haw cautious. glass, spoon of,.1 ice;cream and AUTO SERVICE, 706 S. Walnut Sharks 96 l-61111 THAT DOES YOUR

I Soil Conservation Senit.I .* Give thanks for the strug- fruit again ,until glass is fill- Gilbert Brown TODAY'S JOB BETTER
friends who believe in us and ed. Garnish and serve with fLORIST 1

', !I The booming demand by love us in spite of the fact pride. Leta- few cookies'f from standard OJH Service ,!SUUea 1 and does it quietly, cleaner, faster and more ;i. ,
: the American people for outdoor they know us for what we are the freezer accompany this Colonial Florist_ I "

( t recreation has creatednew Give thanks for Jesus who treat ATLAS HAS NEW OWNE5S I ECONOMICAL
I markets and opportunities that have A SPECIAL WISHThanksilving TIRES BATTERIES! ,
came we may a
DISTANCE Dot swell Mgr Callus for free estimate
today' a
for farm and ranch peo- more abundant life. is next week Budget 7-ems- Road Berrlcfl FRESII FLOWERS I

ple. 1NSTANTIZED FLOUR but we wish/ for you and
MEMBER P. T. D STARKE NATURAL GAS
r The American farmer is the yours a most happy Thanks- Phone 864-7071 -
Have you used the new in- Flowers Wired World Wide I ''
I most successful farmer in the ? is giving time! CITY HALL PHONE 964.2351' yi
stanttzed Hour yet Jt an 40T N. Teir>1e. Start Starke Phone 964- 291
L world. One reason is that he
exciting to '
new product {wor*
,'is always ready to capture with. We have been doing I

! DIALING : new markets for his products. some holiday baking using

The door to another new mar- the flour and can tell you it
ket now has been opened to is easy and convenient and

,I I him-perhaps the most lucrative not dusty. It Is granular so ...
I of all. I like salt, mixes without
pours
I Can Save You : City people who don't have lumping and doesn't pack 1 0

room to play, hike, swim, or down. So you just pour or dip 0 '

camp are looking: for outdoor in a standard measuring cup
fun and are willing to pay for and level the cup. It works in

TIMEDistance ;, it. your recipes without chang-
.
: If you are a landowner or ing them- I

,I operator and want to know It probably costs slightlymore
more about this coming business -
than flour but
fades fast when set this regular
you :
boom, you should ask the is a time saver, indeed.

lightning service into action. Use local representative of the PREPARED FOODS IN THE '
!flail Conservation Service, or FREEZER \ ..:!.f.t-!;,"-1-'"! '"-''... ...
'''; "
"
Direct Distance Dialing daily to save i the local office of other agencies There should be space pro- >.

", of the U- S. Department vided in the freezer for :' '
pre nest
your time.MONEY. of Agriculture for a copy of pared foods, but don't dedi- : ; ; ShopperduE
i AIB 277. "Rural Recreation ,
cate the whole freezer to it. =-. _.......
1 Enterprises for Profit. Juse It's unwise management, and -='-" .-.-=..!.!.:..ii..'."'."..
off the press, this publication '.1. .
l it. takes more space to store 't't ':
lists and describes the many .
i.U
I most prepared pods< > than to "
.
ways you can get started in, store cartons of fresh tender
A direct distance call is a good buy I the recreation business! and I '": -
vegetables '
I| take advantage of the in- sweet ripe fruits, : .. '''i, l4i ...... :
and Juicy meats. '"' ...
besides saving you valuable --i'/"
in fifjl-
I creasing demand for fun !J'f. Djc1:4
I There are prepared foods 7 .
}
,' .
the sun. The local SCS of- .
station to station ,
time, the lower you can place in your freezer :: tt
I flee, 218 E. Washington et- ,:. '.
for .
use when you have unexpected ; ..
rates apply to Direct Distance Dialed I has copies, William S. Haas, \ ,
I guests, or are planning "
Work Unit
Conservationist, '
calls.NOW. said. ahead for the holidays- .
These suggestions will give
The publication points out
I you a head .start on any '
., the opportunities for income meal. I :

A REALITY from vacation farms and 1. A good dish is a basic
I ranches, picnic and sports -
'" areas, fishing waters, camp- meat sauce, made by your KICK OFF
,
ing, shooting preserves, and favorite pe. Omit spaghetti the garlic.saute' Make recj- THE lees CHRISTMAS SHOPPING," SEASON -

cottage and recreation sites 1. .
"and the like. It discusses legal about three recipes at on* I. '. 1''' H .I'. .
in STARKE' angles and financing. time. Acid all seasonings, but '
BY JOINING IN THIS BIGGEST SELLING PROMOTION OF THE' VI,
what to charge! how to advertise !garlic- Cool quickly and package ,

and how to deal with into size you'll need'for. I .
'r 'customers. And it tells of the one meal. Label and date. YEAR.

When ready to use, thaw,
assistance available from the .
KINGSLEY LAKE @ U. S. Department of Agriculture season and heat: a. with garlic A "
for'5pa.ghettf sauce b. Chili '
and other public agen-
cies. powder and add a can of kid- "
; NOWHERE! BUT NOWHERE '
LAWTEY "This is one of the ways we ney beans for Chili de-luxe; .
1 :
tcJ .
can strengthen rural A- and c. add a pinch or ma- ,>-_, -- r..' ,:
J merica," Haas said "Local : :,
land owners and operators Can dollar '
.. your advertising buy so : ;:' "
can put idle land to work and _J .
turn it into an entirely new .: : .\ much for little in the BIG :
I Ii business in their community. ; : -_ .. so as i __ .
II '. '
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/ I I II I' combined; Tri-County Shopper .: : I

CARD OF THANKS '
'
I and Bradford County .
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I Mother has gone to be with; U>I _. ,
God now, she's no longer .<'< -
I I I, in pain : ,._. .. ', Telegraph :

\\ .4 tt;We have suffered a great loss, ; ', .

t tr but our loss is Heaven's :

r gain; Combined Circulation .. :
I. 7,800'
;
r She is in perfect peace now. c'

I I comes from answering bel'Saviour's .
i '
call, .
I I Being forever with our'Precious : Starke Trade '
rn Area
I! God, Creator of us


V I, Our all;memories of her will always -I! t (,I... .. .'

I''t be with 'us through saturaGoncoverage of Bradford County Union and
i, the coming- Year&. including County KeystoneMelroseareas. 1 -
YOU set sail- f I And there will bej heartbreaks

I when we remember and. '
4! shedding tears: :

when you SAVE! But knowi> g. Mother 1* with .


Some folks araforeverleftbehind. : \ ;i j! Because Jesus roW'._ will we know comfort- we.our will sor-iU, ;I. ALL- FOR REGULAR I ADVERTISING RATE PLUS 40 PER CENT 'J"! ; :

.
But the adventures the trips, the good r her again some glorious. -

times happen to you, when} you save $ystematically > tomorrow; iTo : .
each of Dear Ones
you PLEASE HELP US HELP YOU BY :
for them., who came in our days, of '

bank) 1 sadness, '. GIVING US YOUR AD COPY EARLY, WE ;
fufl-servlce .
here at our .
Try It- Striving tQ help' and comfort '-' '
..''' ,'" CAN PREPARE A MORE A '-
\ by your numerous acts oft ATTRACTIVE ri = :

t sympathy and; kindness 'S t MORE EFFECTIVE DISPLAY! ::
i For your prayers, visits, food, -i .s, ;,. ; : :

i and the many beautiful "' ;-; t "- : ... !ti. .
I
F LO.R I DA: flowers. which
,. more were than appreciated .mere- f ,, =,May' We Have Your Copy By Friday November 29? ', i.l1.Z -

.. : words can say, ,. >' -,f'. ,. .. '.
: "
i B"AJtK. AT: STftlKEOne 1 : i It is to each of you that we I Thank You! :

: : pray God's richest blessings .. .
!! that 'He may' bless ; ,

of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group : you and your love ones in T1
;I I a very special way. v. BRADFORD cOtikiy TELEGRAPH' and TRI-COUNTY SHOPPER

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. I The Garth> Family of,Leona__Me- 'v..' ,

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PAGE FOURTEEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA: TIITRSDAT NOV. 21, 1963
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.Y?YYY TTY TTTTTTTTT1- ing :Mr. and Mrs. C. _M- Anderson ti\es. wright and family of Way- Doyle each brought in a deer 'South Walnut Street. Starke, of Civil Procedure. If you fal I, Louisa Lindsey who was con- Certificate Xo. 8. Year of Is"uanca
Florida on or before' said date to do so, decree pro confesso victed in thr Circuit Court of 1961. Description of
in Gainesville Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ingram cross, Ga. were weekend Saturday. *.. required by the laws of will be entered against you for Putnam County, Florida at Property LOT 3, 4 of BLK 1 in
LAWTEYbj \ afternoon. of Dade City spent the week- guests of Mr.and Mrs. T. L Miss Arthurine Blanchardof Florida, and the Florida Rulesof the relief demanded in the the Fall term thereof A. D. Gahagan S/D EX RW| Sec !i
I Civil Procedure. If :you fail complaint.This 1940. of the offense of MurderIn T. 6S R. 22E
Mrs. George Roberts :Mrs. end with Mrs. Ingram's parents Wainwright Their granddaughter Jacksonville visited Miss ,
Name in which, assessed
to do so, a decree pro confesso notice shall be publish The Second Degree and sentenced Wj
.
I Effie Miner. Mrs Nell.An. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mrs. Donald Enza Blancl1ard'over the will be entered against you ed once each week for four consecutive ;la- Life .will apply for lie Pittman Jr.
Enxa BlanchardAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAAA drews and Mrs. Pauline Tor- Manning.Rev. Knight, and children of Jack- the weekend. They visited I for the relief demanded in the weeks in The Bradford clemency to the State Boardof All of said property being in
complaint. County Telegraph. :Pardons Tallahassee Florida the County of Bradford Stateof
ode spent Sunday afternoon and Mrs. Fewox were sonville visited them on Sun- their aunt Mrs. John J. Mc- This notice shall be published Witness my hand and the at its next.regular meeting.: Florida.
with Mr. and Mrs. Lonme visiting patients in Veteran's Leod, in Gainesville Nursing once each week for four seal of said' Court at Starke. \ Louisa. Lindsey Unless such certificate or
PTA MEETINGThe day.Mr. : consecutive! weeks in the Bradford Bradford County Florida this (Applicant) certificates shall be redeemed
James
Hospital at Lake City Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. C. Hig-
Roberts and daughter in Sty Center Saturday., ; v
Lawtey Junior RighPI' County Telegraph. 11 day of November. 1963. 11/14 2t 11/21 according to law the proper y
George. Ga. and Mrs Wailen Sapp ginbotham spent Sunday with Witness my: hand and the (SEAL OF CIRCUIT COURT) I described in such certificate ort
A met in the school cafeteria and daughter of Jacksonville his parents, .Mr. and Mrs seal of said Court at Starke. CHARLES X DARBY. Clerk of Notice Of Application For Tax certificates will be sold to the
Wednesday night Nov. Mr. and Mrs. Tribe ol Can- Bradford County Florida this the Circuit Court, Bradford Deed highest bidder at the court
I were Sunday visitors of Mr. Buford Higginbotham in 9th day of November, A. D. County, Florida.By See. 184.16. F. S. house door on the first Monda:;
'13, for a program on "Work- ada have recently purchaseda and Mrs. A. C. Pearce. Maxville.Mr. ., Steno Notebooks. Steno m:. Charles A. Darbv. Clerk. Notice is hereby given, thatT. in Month of December 136!) ;.,
giving "* home where they expect to SEAL OF CIRCIUT COURT) which is the 2nd day of Decum-
shown. a summary K -red Type TypewriterPens 11/14 4t 12/5 J. Alderman, the holder 0:
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hall and Mrs. Oscar Perry CHARLES A.
DARBY. Clerkof ,
the winters. certificates has ber 1963.
what the school is doing tr spend the following
and Jeffrey spent the week- and son of Jacksonville were Typing Paper Erasers the Circuit Court, Bradford NOTICE OF StlP. lPP'* SALE filed said certifcates for a tax Dated this 23th day of Octo.I .
prepare the child for adult Mr. and Mrs. Vern Rich- end with Mrs. Hester Hick visiting Mrs. John Brown _and Ribbons County, Florida. Xotice is hereby given that deed to be issued thereon. The ber 1963.
life. The 4th grade won thE'.loom ards of Green Cove Springswere The TELEGRAPH. By Charles A. Darhy Clerk I, P. D. Reddish Sheriff of certificate numbers and years I (SEAL)
and Mr. and Mrs O. J. An- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt 11/14 4t 1213IB Bradford County, Florida, under of issuance, the description of Charles A. Darby
count and refreshmentswere Sunday overnight guestsof ders. The three are sisters. Sunday.Mr. and by virtue of Writ of the property and the names in I Clerk of Circuit Court of
and Mrs. Orville Bum- The Circuit Court Of TarEighth Execution assessed as Bradford County, Florida
served by the 6th grad Mr. to Wit: which it was are
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pendarvis .
and Mrs. W. J. Wil-
Judicial Circuit Of Execution issued out of Small follows: 10,31 4t 11,31
room mothers. garner. Rev. and Mrs Walter were in Bunnell over the kison are visiting Mr. and la The Circuit Court Of The I Florida Ia And For Bradford Claims Court Alachua County .
CHURCH ACTIVITIES at dinner. Eighth Judicial C umty. la Chancery. Case Xo. Florida to final
Pearcy were guests weekend visiting Mrs. Pen- Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and family Circuit Of pursuant 11
lot-Ida IB ndsrmnt: for Marion Finance
And FOP Bradford' 13.313lI1lton
Grace Methodist Church They all attended services at darvis' parents Mr. and Mrs.L. and Burnell Wilkison and County. la Chancery.; Case Ao. Mosier. Jr., Plaintiff, Company a Florida Corporation Elect
School 9:45: a. m. WorshIP the Methodist Church. P. Gordon family in Cocoa. 13-31 -vsAnnette Barton )Mosier and against:; Hubert Berry I -
11 6:30 Tommie Jean Huff, Plaintiff, Defendant. defendant in the amount oil I ,
a. m. MYP. : p. m. Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and Weekend guests of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cruce i -vsGeorge Marshal! Huff, de- Order Of Publication And SSO.S8 together with costs of I j .
Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. and children fendant. Notice To DefendIn collection I II L TURERh '
children of Jacksonville spent Joyce Futch and Miss Elizabeth spent Sunday : I .t
DIVORCE The Lame Of The State Have seized and have in my : 1,
First Baptist: Sunday Sunday with her parents Mr. Terry were Mr. and Mrs.: with their son-in-law and Order Of Publication And Of Florida. To: : possession the following described J ,
*ng Together." A film was and Mrs. O. J. Anders Mrs Terry Futch, whose marriage:. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Rob Notice To DefendIn Annette Barton Mosier personal 'property to
School. 10 a. m. Worship. 11 ert Carlton the Name of the State of P. O. Box 194 I wit: e 1
G. O. Monsell of Jacksonvillewas took place in Black Mountain, and family in Florida to: 1951 Chevrolet Pick TruckID f. ;
Oloverville
am.. Training Union 6:30p. : a Tuesday visitor.. I N. C. on Oct. 12, and Ralph Jacksonville.Roy George :Marshall Huff You are hereby South notified CaroIUa.thata Xo. JBA 144745 Tag up 45 GK FOR MAYOR
m. Evening Worship 7:30p. Futch of Black Mountain,. N. Griffis of Plant. Cityis Champlain Street suit in equity for divorce has 837
Oliver Rochester ,
Mr. and Everett 11 Xew
Mrs.
Service each York. been filed against you by Milton As the property of the above
m. Prayer
Miss Julia
C. Mary Futch of visiting Mr. and Mrs.. Carl You are hereby notified thata
of Jacksonville were visiting Mosier Jr. in the abovestyled named defendant and that on
Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Junior I Tallahassee and Mr- and Mrs Prevatt. suit in equity for divorce Court and cause, and Monday the 9th day of December f
OA. 2nd and 4th Mondays, Mr. and Mrs L- C. Hllliard Benton Futch and children of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Starling has Tommie been Jean filed Huff against in you the by above you are hereby summonsed, ordered 1963, at twelve o'clock t. y Lawtey, Fla.
and children Saturday.Mr. and required to file your noon on said day on the pre-
7:30: p. m. Youth Meeting alternate Starke. Sunday afternoonMrs. and Doyle Starling and Edwin named Court and cause, written answer or defenses to mises of the Bradford County ,
Saturdays, 7:30 p. m. and :Mrs. Ralph Wise .Futch and the' Benton Starling families spent the and, you ordered are hereby summonsed the complaint in said cause in Jail I will offer for sale and' lie promises Fair, Impartial and Businesslike conduct
and sons were in Opp Ala. file and required to the office of the undersignedClerk sell to the highest bidder for 1 of the affairs of our city. If elected he will appreciateyour "
Revival services closed Sunday Futch family visited Miss Eli- weekend at their hunting your written answer or of the Circuit Court at cash in hand the above described I 1
Seven members were over the weekend where they the Collins, a fOl teacher,, amp. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. defenses said to the complaint in Starke Florida on or before property of said defendant I j advice, and you will be welcome at all times to dis-
added to the church, four by visited his sister Mrs. Arless in the school here, at her [Pete] Wainwright were also undersigned cause in Clerk the office of the of Circuit the- the and 16th to serve day a of copy December thereof 1963 on Execution.to satisfy the Aforesaid "i cuss with him any problems concerning our city's welfare.

letter and one for baptism. Nowlin, who recently had a home in Gainesville where at their place on the river Court at Starke, Floridaon Theron A. Yawn, Jr., plaintiffs: P. D. Reddish Sheriff I
Several members were rededdated. !- serious operation. They founJ she is confined due to a ser- where Mr. and Mrs. Clyde December or before, A. the D. 1963 16th, day and of to attorney South Walnut whose address Street Starke is: 122, Bradford County 11114, |Florida.4t 12aNOTICE I Your Vote On Dec. 3 Will Be Appreciated:

her improving nicely. While ious illness. f Wainwright of Bartow joined serve. a copy thereof on TheronA. Florida, on or before said date __ J (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
Mrs Mae Wells was visit- there they visited other rela- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wain- them on Sunday. Pete and Yawn., Jr., plaintiff's attorney as required by the Laws of
whose address is: 122 Florida and the Florida Rules Xotice Is Hereby Given That I

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t INCII 1[,rUST UME ISTMAS FOR Savings Ll to 68 %




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Buying was. so terrific during our first week were unable to serve our customers as we would have like to. Crowds packed our isles so thick that we were unable to straighten

our stock and put on display many, rr lany new items that must go. Nothing like this has ever happen .in Starke.beforeTPwhaps. !! nothing like this; will ever happen again!I'It's the Buy-

opportunities of a life timeFirstyOO (.ome-Fn-st served! :
THOUSANDS
OF ITEMS NOT LISTED .-COME SEE FOR YOURSELF



ITO I Cottons Girl's Anklets GIRLS COTTON Boys 2-Pc. Suits -I MEN'S BROADCLOTH WOMEN'S, MEN'S | GIRL'S --


Shorts-Briefs and CHILDREN'S
Nylons Stretch 22c( PANTIES 684 CAR COATS

Others to 33c T-Shirts RAINCOATS
I .
Double Seat UPValues and. .JACKETS.
THE BARE WALLS! I LADIESCAR Double Crotch to $17.99.
C
.. COATS Sizes 2 to 12 MEN'SDUNGAREES "Ii | SATE

LADIES DRESS SHOESWhites and JACKETS PACKAGE OF Each. UP TO

Once in lifetime Savings
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Grace-Walker.Patents--Charm Kid Leathers Step $384Up 3 For 66c BlueDenim 10 oz. $ ,. j FORCED TO 6801.

Williams Endicott Johnson $184 SAVE SELL OUT

FABULOUS PRICE GROUPS



$ ... .. .. $$344 .... $$384 No Refunds. No
$284.
Exchanges .- Selling Out To The Bare \Walls .... First Come. First Served



VALUES LADIES$4.95 to $9.95 FOR GIRLS DRESSES LADIES HOUSE FOR LADIES FOR MEN 31 X'S,FAMOUS./IAKE FOR BOYS



CASUALS FLATS WEDGES VAL. TO $3.99 SEAMLESS :MESH JEANS
GIRLS SLACKS WESTERNJEANS

FAMOUS MAKESBe DRESSESI Now $ ] 84LINGERIE NYLON HOSE Good Selection of Sblts'$$784; t Heavy $784MEN'S

Here Early $$174 to t $$24 14 I Lovely Newest Shades\ and Colors 13 S-4 of.

All SizesPAIR
As These Will Go Buy Now For Christmas TO 13 3-4 Ounce

Values To $5.95 Sensational Valires7TQH I Dacron & Wool, Blends Wldte Back Denim

Will Go Fast At These Give Away Prices 2 SSe VALUES TO 12.98 $584$' WORK PANTSBlue


CHILDRENS SHOES & B001 rs S.To 6x MOVIE FAMOUS STAR LADIES I Army $$184

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VAL. $3.99 To $8.98 ARISTOCRAFTFULL $724
Famous Label Better MEN'S SUITS
Twill
Red Goose *

F.nM -n;: $$224 to $$3 !4 $$154 to $$454 PETTI SLIPS SLIPS DRESSESValues SPORT COATS SAVE KHAKI- GRAY DRESs SLACKSGowns and CASUALS


WilliamsENTIRE to $14.98 Xewe.it Fall and Winter UP TO 'MEN'SWORK ,
Values To $7.95 Gowns Panties Choose from many, many

STOCK MUST BE SOLDLADIE'S GIRLSSWEATERS DUSTERS :' PAJAMAS lovely styles! Classic styling $$384 Styles Fabrics and 0 SHIRTS UP TQ
in fall back- .
new 68 -
:Nylons, Tricot Cottons, Colors
MEN'S CHILDREN'S Polyester Blends. groundssolids multi- I Blue _Chambray
and patterns Long Sleeves
TO 6801Dacron
ALL SIZES
CANVAS'FOOTWEAR Orlons MEN'S & BOY'SJACKETS u yj To 17


Basketball OxfordsSneakers Shoes $$164 to $$12!,4 Wool 3 BlendsSizes ,To 6x Cottons other polyester) fashion arnels blends fabrics2, dacron and $$684 SAVE UP TO 6801. 94 C Buy BRIEFSTSHIRTS Now For Christmas

For Christmas
M 7 To U Junior Misses and Half Sizes _Buy_Now_ _ _

White Black Values To $5.95

Colors-Famous Brands ;;- $$1 84 LADIES UNIFORMS SOCKS MEN'SHandkerchiefs 34c


MEN'S DRESS & WORK SHOi I s Up Banlons Argyles Full Size White54c _ _
Now For Christmas Wash W Wear. Cottons. Orlons Solids BETTER QUALITY ,
Buy 34
LINGERIE LIKES ANEXCELLENT Dacron P Clyester Nylon $2 Better Wath'XWear
Fortune Nylons Crew RibPAJAMAS PACKAGE OF :

Endicott Friedman Walker-Carter Johnson Shelley $$384 t to $$6('W GIRL'SPAJAMAS LADIESSWEATERS; GIFT Muses Blands--Half Junior Sizes- UP 8 For 64c SHIRTS SPORT


Loafers Oxfords Ill-Tops Values To 12.95: \ LADIES UP TO Woven $154
SLIPS Famous Make, Fine $ Fabrics
SPORTSWEARSAVE $264
anions Count, Broadcloth, VALUES TO $Z.99
MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE B001 s GOWNS Orlons 74 COORDINATE SETS t 1 ALL SIZES '

Solids Ii; Patterns ADd Up


Fortune Acme $(44 to $91 AIn CRINOLINES PANTIES Slipovers Bulky Cardigans 2 UP CAPRIS CULOTTES BLOUSES : MEN'S SWEATERS BOYS SOCKS

SKIRTS Nylon
Knits
Finest Quality Leather-Savings That Come On e SLIM rots t 2 Stretch
100 f Wool, Lambs Wool
A UfJ>imeWellington 1/2 PRICE Y ALTo $8.98 Newest Fabrics in Seasons Orion Blends 6801. Argyles 33c
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Progress versus the statU3 and "no one wants to pay anymore I vinced the city should;; have -reduced insurance premiums."
t __ quo could be the deciding fac- taxes." I'I some means of fire protectionand Turner says, "The town has

____. ___ ___ tor in Lawtey's city election, :Mayor C. R. Shuford, wl.o would like to isp,01'e the been at a standstill for many
t "* .. Dec. 3.The faces the voters on Dec, b, possibilities of obtaining a years. If we don't Oo anytn'.,.

______ issues have been debatedfor joins the council majority in truck from government ur-lus but keep it clean clean up
: 4, months by the Lawtey city backing the status quo. The through Civil Defense. the vacant lots it will help."
council. Nest week's election Mayor maintains that Lawtey Turner says, "Insurance on He also favors additional Improvements J
1 1I will give the electorate a ,homes are scattered over too my home costs around $80 a in the colored section -

I ,' 4 ;. chance to speak. wide an area to make serving I year. If we had fire protection more street lights, and : Another sore spot Is ditch within 20 feet of Lautey School

*! I Recent efforts of two you, them with sewer and water: I the rate would probably possibly a sidewaik from ;the cafeteria kitchen. Though sewage drains into a sand pit

_____ councilmen Wayne Man-y!facilities practicable. lIe ag i ee.5 I be lowered to around $50. Even highway to the Negro sctiojl] across, the street from school, in wet weather backs up into
-. c and Leslie Phillips to initiate -I such improvements might fl im-I if we had to pay a little more Speed Trap StigmaMr. I ditch shown in foreground. In another part of town a sewer
I I steps toward such improvements ulate the town's growth, bit is taxes to help support a volun- Turner says that Law I
I j ditch flous within ten feet of water well on residential prop
\H I OPE SEWAGE as a sewage and waer opposed to "saddling the com!teer fire department, we would tey is still suffering from the
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_system, and fire-fighting equipment munity" with a huge debt for I still be ahead of the game win: nationwide reputation it gained erty.

have gotten exactly no- which there is "insufficient rev- several years ago as a "speed

IN MIfl-TOWN -- where. A solid, three-man ma- enue" to pay it off. I trap." Whether wholly justified Some Candidates Plan

jority on the council D. L. Wants Fire Truck n1cMillan Sees or not, the effect is still the Lawtey

,:Shuford, H. C. Kelly, and B. E. Shuford's opponent and next- same, he says, and some tour-
Reddish-have voted consist- door-neighbor, M. L. Turner ists are doubtless still bypassing I
Councilman Leslie Phillips gets an assbt from rays of late afternoon sun in spotlightIng ently for the status quo. They |has an open mind r>n improve- Lawtey due to the peed- i To Boycott Saturday Rallies

sewage flowing through open ditch in heart of Lawtey. This ditch runs at rear of maintain such cortly: improvements ments believes they woud bea New Armory trap stigma, even though these '

service stations and business houses fronting on U. S. 301, and is within 20 feet of old ( are financially uns.iunl good thing if they coal be I I conditions no longer exist.

Strawberry Wharf, now by Lautey young people as recreation center. I jfor Lawtey since the town's! obtained without an undue; burden Mr. Turner believes that Several Lawtey candidatesare Robert Scott, a 44 year old
revenue sources are limited, on the town. He is con- By End Of'65Belief most motorists will comply taking a dim view of political Negro brick mason became the
f with the speed laws i if they rallies scheduled for Sat. first of his race to seek office

have adequate warning. He urday, prior to the City Electionon in Lawtey: when he qualified PS

would like to Tuesday, Dec. 3. a candidate for Council near
COUNTY that Starke's new see yellow caution -
lights installed U. S. Among those who "won't be the Nov. 16 deadline.
i National Guard armory will on
BRADFORD TELEGRAPH I be a reality within the next 301 at the north!: and south there" is Council Chairman H. The eight white council candidates I

biennium was expressed this entrances to town and a regu- C. Kelly bidding for re-election are: incumbents 11. C

j. week by Maj. Gen. Henry W. lar traffic light at the intersection but who feels the rallies will Kelly, Leslie Phillips and Dave

I McMillan, The Adjustant: of SR 225 and 301 in serve no worthwhile purpose. Shuford; Leo Dyal W. P.
General, State of Florida.Gen the heart of town. "There are no issues to be discussed Kemp, Milo Smith, Spurgeon

Official County Publication Established In 1879 McMillan said the Sanitary conditions in Law- except what has already. (Spud) Massey, and Dick
been discussed in council meet- Thomas. -
project has tey have been a hotly debated
top priority on
: "
ings, Kelly He feels that
VOLUME EIGHTY-FIVE STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOV. 28, 1963 NUMBER TWENTY-TWO t the armory list in Florida issue for yearsThe State the voters says.are already fuly! All council candidates run in
and he hopes that planning Board of Health has termed the same group with the three

.... r., __.' T. .7. funds[ will be available earlyin the situation bad and has met they enough want informed to do next to know Tuesday.what high men declared winners
the nsw yearS The fact with the Council repeatedly ir. Veteran mayor Charles R
:Mayor C. R. Shuford is an-
TT
9,000I that; a suitable site has already -i an effort to set wheels in motion other who doesn't intend to Shuford is opposed for re-elec-
to obtain financing for tion M. L. Turner
been secured for the ,speak at the rallies. "I'm not by a pro-
new armory in Starke was a a sewer and water system. At :I going to campaign for reelection ducer of stump wood for Nor-
irii one time a Gainesville engineering folk Industries.
major factor in moving it into ," he says. "I've been mayor -
Given I I I ; the tC'p priority spot Gen. firm was employed to I here a long time and will let Mitchell Brown, one-timo
rkLM I 4. Jb McMillan said. make a feasibility study o? .my record speak for itself." narshal is trying for a come-

wr 31 The 1963 Legislature appropriated the project, but the report In the meanwhile, Council- back in his effort to unsea* incumbent -

't .( $75,000 in matching was shelved by the council as 'man Wayne Massey (not a candidate Marshal M. M.

Vaccine funds for the armory. soon as submitted. I in this election) says he (Butch) Jordan. Brown was

I .i The largest portion of ths Septic Tank TroubleA has committments from at marshal at.Lawtey during the
1 cost will be paid by matching State Health Board: official :least six candidates who plan period the town received considerable

Federal funds. Overall once described Lawtey 'Lo appear at the rallies scha- notoriety from the
'
Spurred by an epidemic of j, -I. ,C I._, cost-. of the. nrniert, has_ nnr: as "sewage sogged" Due to I fluled__ for 4::30 .D.m.__ at__ Sam____ AAA as an alleged "sp -eJ
-- -- ---T -- -Y- --- ---- n. n
pclio in nearby Duval County, f 'p been announced. the; unusually high level of Brown's store in Negro quarters trap." Brown denied the chaiges. I

more, than 9,000 Bradfordites ) -- ,Gen McMillan .said he the underground water tabh and at 7:30: p.m. at the }
flocked to stations in Stark --... - '- ;- :; P!- 1 4 would expect to"see the armory from 12 to 24 inches below Strawberry Wharf. The only candidate who can \
"
Sunday afternoon for doses of '. :- -:completed' before June the surface a week of rainy The Council will meet on sit back and view the "h-,t I

Type 1 oral vaccine. 1 3Q, 1965. It will, 'be' located weather "causes every septic election eve, :Monday night, for election" from the sidelines js
tif. p tank in town to overflow, a final revision of registration { Ethel Reddish ci..rk,
Dr> J, W. Patray, county ., *' on.:a ten acre stte! en Edwards rs. : city
v :. ," ." ;.. \ spilling the 'books. At present, there who is bid I
chairman of the immunization ,,-It".'.:..";": ,. Loop Road. donated by the raw sewage over are unopposed in her .
program, described the Above: Apprehensive youngster'vietvs. -; ...f..J.......4 :......J".t.r) :_..:.......J L CitY of Starke from a portionof ground," one observer re- 169 Negro and 140 white vot- 'for re-election. .
,.. marked. Trouble starts when ers tor a total of 309. Voters will also decide Tuesday
--- the Industrial, Park.
oral'3'C
first "feeding"" as "amazingly with alarm ,the proffered dose of,: ; "' I. ., .
4t
: ever the underground water Eight white men and one on whether their marshal
successful"He \ De. A moment.later his fearHant '
<"- ,LJ! tablerises, above the drain Negro are seeking to fill the, shall continue! to be elected, or '
; announced that. "m 1teup" hed as lump''of'sugar melted in hb : ; ? :. : p- 6 Inducted '
._ .d-... ". field of the septic tank. This three upcoming vacancies on shall be appointed by the mayor -
clinics for who .1 II
persons mouth.At -
-- $ I- the Lawtey Council. with approval of the council
; c is more prevalent in Lawtev
did not receive the vaccine .p. _. J,________ Into Service. than other small communities I
Sunday will be held Sunday :"right .abov :,. Portion of huge.: c--' .' -- : -
in the county where septic _
Nov. 24. from 12 noon to 2:00p : crowd that 'BUS auditorium'during -5 -
thronged J rr
; Ajv
,- "'.'. Six men have been called tanks are used according 'to I Ii
at Bradford -"ff'etUng"
m. High _
hours''from"12 to -
$
; '
; County Sanitarian Jack Tra- IJ
by Selective Service -Local V
-
School and RJE. pan. 'Sunday. .-.. '. T ; -,
'. \jff. Board 18 for induction i lathe wick,,
Last mdav's immunization _
&: J
was termed an emergency At right: The. 'BroSvns hare it! 'I' armed forces on Dec. 13. An open ditch carrying raw

measure due to 27 known I oral vaccine, that. )s., '!'Randy,," CinJy., ;i fr -, .- # 1 _WW_ They' are: Marvin Littleton sewage and from houses service frontingon stations
) Mocre [volunteer] Lake Butler business
:
: ; ki -?! 4ss
pclio cases and three deaths i Rhonda, Tammyv'and1 Dian Brown,- -
I U. S. 301 flows through
1ici ;' Robert Ellis Parrish, Lak2
in Duval County during the children of the B BuddyBrown and Adro 4 I i midtown, just 20 feet from _
Butler; Donald Budd Page Jr.,
past 30 days. It had been I I Brown families show various
-' stagesof Starke; Joseph William Lloyd' the old strawberry wharf now

planned the first feeding previously in to January"It hold I i taking the vaccine,under direction. of Lawtey; Willis: James Strong used b7 Lawtey youth as 1t 'r
nurse. Sarah McCalL recreation center. In another
[colored], Lawtey; Walter
; is very important thateveryone I :
Matthew Henry Allen [color- section an open sewage ditch
take 1 _
vaccine
Typ -, ed,. Lawtey, currently at Co lies within ten feet of a resi- _
because of the epidemic hi 1 Mrs. Ida Mae Shaw. :*Dr.:Pa- ..,j;; I IJ dential water well; and an-
Jack onvU1e," Dr. Patray said. 'i.-.. :
tray was general chairman o! ..,.'. '.-' _;..;;!' ..ffIlJli. .. coa.The State Director: of Selective other ditch in which sewage I--/ -
"Even if a has had ; :
person the drive. : ".,. ::: :,:: : 7 Service, ,Col. Harold C- backs up during a rainy spell, '
vaccine There earlier is no this'overdose'year. of I. The group has set Sunday. .... :",; J *! Wall of St. Augustine, ha is just 15 or 20 feet from the ,

I Jan 19 between 12. and 5 p. directed the local board to school cafeteria kitchen.
'
the vaccine, he explained, and -1,.. iiJ I
-1
there is no way of being sure I m. for immunization against I'.. _.. '. _- __ _.';,. _"- ._-___ ___ .-.,___ftl ____tj3,4-- : advise each registrant. called Turn Down Petition
I another "type." March 1 ha; for induction between Dec Efforts to promote minimum
that the previous dose 'took:
I been set for the third inno1 8-14 that he will be offered of fire protection for
"It's better to take the dose! 1! Injuries To HurtUnderdog also met defeatin
culation. Christmas leave at the induc- Lawtey have L7141j;
over again than take achance
tion station. The inductee the council. Several monthsago
with an epidemic so
Councilman Leslie Phil-
must all transportationand
close to us," Dr. Patray said Pecan Auction pay
other expenses while on lips -and Wayne Massey pre- _
I Tornadoes Tackle
The doses of vaccine-two -S _
Christmas leave, it was an- sented a petition signed by
drops on a lump of sugar- Prices JumpPrices
nounced. 146 Lawtey residents asking ,
were administered::! by local the city to obtain a fire truck.i "' t ti
The office was not advisedas i

nurses physicians assisted, and members by Stark of* for nuts rose from GHS In Final GameCoach to how many, days leave This suggestion went the way Beekeepers Swarm Here Saturday !
Tonight of the and water -,
the Health Department staff two to three cents a :poundat would be granted.. or when sewer system \ :
Members of the Business the third pecan auction such Christmas leave would- survey, however.: Phillipsand Prize winning Beekeeper L T. Dyer of Lake Butler shows ,

& Professional Woman's Club'manned" held at the Starks State terminate. Massey said that 146 out:I' a few of multiple blue ribbons he has won at the Duval County .. ;i !
Farmers Market last Thurs- David Hurse will out last week's'.contest with a ruards, Phil Elder at quarterback Twelve men were. called to I of 149 persons requested sign- "
I
Fair for his exhibits. Viewing the awards at the ;
the registrationand take his bruised and batterec| slight Cncuss on. Both will 1 ,. Dugger and Crawford fill the quota for preinduction ed the petition. honey I
donation tables and Jaycees day.Market Manager Phi Tornado grid squad tol I be ready tonight, however.In (Continued on Page Four) call on Dee: 11. [Continued on Page 5] Northeast Florida Beekeepers Association meeting here last J
helped with publicity for Cronkhite listed, the yoUmv Gainesville tonight, Wednesday the backfield there is Saturday are John D. Haynie, bee specialist with the Florida- i I

the drive. it 41,079 Ipounds ,and tola November 27 to take on more bad' news, however, with --p Extension Service, and Drew Reddish, Starke ekeeping enthusiast I [
Chairman for the BPW wa I revenue from the third sal' the powerful and undefeated I starting left halfback Leonard Medallion at right is "Award of Merit presented to ,

Mrs. Ruby Johns aided by U $6.430.32.. Poundage of nuts Hurricanes of Gainesville Dugger still concerned overa 1 Dyer as high scorer among honey exhibitors at the fair. Sat- I ;j
of las1' High School rated fourth bad knee' and starting right I
was nearly'4ouble' that urday's meeting was attended by 59 beekeepers from the i
week, and almost as high aim prep team in the state. halfback Larry Crawford and Northeast Florida district. |
UNION the first sale. All the Tornado injured are cornerback Gene Pass favoring 4_
Average prices on the lead- expected to play against ths bad ankles. Crawford

THANKSGIVINGSERVICE :ng varieties were Curtis, Hurricanes, who have been sprained his ankle last week Need For Third Circuit Judge

18.5: Moneymaker, .;. '13, '. ,"Stuuts 'tied twice by Palatka and Orlando \ against Green 'Cove but will
,, 19.5; Mahans. 20to I Boone, wiui ;me possible start as will Pass 'and Dug er, .

'3.5: ,Mixed 14; Seedlings, ,i exceptions of fullback although they and the other : For Bradford Cited At Hearing

; 173., '- ; Tom Gardner: and quarter- Tornadoes hampered by IP- J ,

Thurs Nov. 2S The next sal ,is..ich duled back Donald Falcon. These juries may ,be slowed down J v-I' I i
for Dec. 5.. .- ; two players may even uc Sophomores Ronnie Harper,I : Bradford County and the 8th weeks to get cases heard. For t!
9 To 10 A.M. pressed into acticn in a tight \ who subbed for Dugger: !at!; .L *-L_ ; Judicial Circuit have qualified that reason I don't always 'f:

Thanksgiving. situation and Gardner may I left _half;. Edjiie, Douglas, k.- ___ v'i --, population-wise for another 'agree with population judge.
FIRST CHRISTIAN play defense and sit out th! Gardner's filMn at fullback: : Circuit Judge, but the "need for ments. The need is here,"

Union ServicesThe offensive part of' the contest. I and. linebacker.:' Steve Tilley; II | ; : __ ________ one" was cited most frequently Judge Patten said.
CHURCHThe The big fullback started all impressed the coaches last 4 f_ during testimony at a hearing County Judge- Yawn, representing --

annual Community last week both ways and accounted -- I week against Green Cove will I here Thursday. the bar association,

Public Is Thanksgiving Worship Service .for 84 cf Starke's I probably see' some'action. this. .: w I Testifying for Bradford before brought out the fact that Florida -

sponsored by the Stark' 258, yards rushing against 1 week. '! _, I the recent governor-ap-' State Prison .lies in this circuit .-

Cordially Invited Ministerial Alliance, \tfll beheld Grfen Cove before he re-in-, Tilley is'.stated.. to start de- S'- Johns- Billy' Noegel Arthur Alvarez Mayor Burns Sen. Clark }I i pointed Population Commissionof
exl. ,
: his knee in the third ,
on Thanksgiving .Day.I jured fensively .at linebacker and the 8th Judicial Circuit I "Raiford should be counted

I Nov. 28, from 9 to 10' a. m.. peiiod Falcon's ankle which Harper may ,play at halfback .. 'Burns Night' At Johns were: Circuit Judge George L. three times, particularly since
in the :First Christian Church. he.badly sprained in the sea- on defense. Douglas may also Camp Patten Publie Defender R. A. I the Gideon cases have come up.

This Space Contributed The speaker will be Rev, son opener with'Macclenny, is see some action-at end-as he (Buzzy) Green Jr, State Rep.A. "Judges are always receiving
William Dunagan pastor" of still pothering him and lie did .last week in Green, Cove Wednesday, Nov. 20, was I the Senator introduce him as :
Weekly to Publicize I the Madison Street Baptist: will only-be used possibly to Otherwise the line-up for the Haydon Burn?\ night at Sen. "the next Governor of Florida him here. Theron Yawn. and Attorney must review all of them*

Church with ministers of the kick extra points or in other Tornadoes final game of'\bs Charley E. Johns camp on -" ":\0 problem is insurmountable George Pierce. Judge Yawn said. '

Community Events by : other member churches in t extraordinary situations. season wilt: probably be tin Crystal Lake. -. In a short talk. Burns recalled if you have a team," Judge Patten testified that; State Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr.

: the Alliance participating- Line Coach Erwin Land reports -] same as all year long with More than 250 politicoes that only 19,000 votes said unannounced candidatefor the court docket had doubled t said the circuit judgeship, Is

The CommunityState : Everyone is invited to attend everyone in good: shape Joe Gardner and Jimmy and John Q. Voters from kept him cut of the "win Governor Burns in alluding -. since he took office ten yean I the most Important judgeship

this special worship ser except for senior center and Dowling at ends,, Mike ,M Bradford. Union and day ners circle" in the 1960 election ago.. inJhe Florida Judicial system
Bank ,, vice in order that the season tackle Harold Bishop who is ruca "and Tcmmy Thomas attackiesBLshop Counties gathered at the and predicted he'd make to the great strides madein "It's not in the best interestof because In most cases it is the

\ of Thanksgiving mav be complete still nursing a sprained ankle at center. Jeff Johns' ietreat tomeet, and the grade this time with the Jacksonville during his ad- justice for members of the; court of original jurisdiction

) with expressed gratitude. and end Joe Gardner who sat Warren and: Leon Thomas at greet, the Mayor: and hear help of enthusiastic groups ministration. bar to have to wait for sia: (IContirmed On Page 51 _






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