Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01630
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 28, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01630
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McIntosh -I I -Jlr. and Jlrs. Billy Moore I ...

tL. and Mrs. Cecil Hemrickj!land Mrs. Charles Pratt of ::1adI His Hobby Antique Farm Four Injured I with violation ight-of-way
I Implements
: G .fl i of Jacksonville were Monday: !isoa and W. M. Bennett of Live i ii ; : while making' a left turn.

visitors of .Mrs. Alice ,Mcln-: i Oak- are Thanksgiving: guests J I II Chevrolet Eight personirpde in the "
I I of llrs. Lois Moore. J. F. JBlackiel Lavender, I, I three-seateS, V J ipUs and four ,

I. tosh.Mr.. and Mrs. W. H. Noll- : Mr. and :Mrs. Dwight Mrvj : I who operates a gift shop \ ik. Hits VW Bus in the Chevrolet,' but only thv.- ;.

If man will give a birthday din- j shall and family of Apalachi- and novelty business on I. I four were slightly injured, the

Gladys Mooty I jcola are spending the weekend trooper said.
ner Saturday evening for ; mgh..oy'100 near New River '-- ','s .W : I
Phone 964-0651 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs S Four persons received minor !
r : their daughter Mrs: 'C.H.. I is a man with an interestinj ; I
Jr., I II I, Dawkins. Also attending will ,Ben Rowland. I hobby. :..L injuries Sunday afternoon, Cash Paid for Good Clean

Grady Nettles and :Mrs. Anna I II November 24, when a 19581 Rags. No Khakis or Wool. All
i Bill Green is home from the .1 ter Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. | be the Dawkins family of I Several. years ago Mr. -4 1 I
Leibold of Starke and Mrs. Cinjdia Chevrolet, driven by New Cotton. BrIng to Telegraph.HISPEED .
I a
Jacksonville '
University of South Carolina j Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Lee and I; and Mr. and Lavender started collecting I

for*the. Thanksgiving holiday. ,family of Lakeland are Thanksgiving i Mrs. W. B. Boyd and sons o! Hodge of Brooker w re.ad-.I articles from old farm homes .- Sin.Iheareawlthaneye Jersey man turned into the-, -
i mUted to Doctor's Hospitalthis path of a 1952 Volkswagen bus
Linda Haas confined I St. Petersburg.Mr. .
was to
guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,
last: week with mumps. I E. J. Dowling Sr. and: Mrs Carl Johns week. preserving 'some mementoes -f I at the Sleep Hollow Motel

Capt. and Mrs. Vernon Glenn Dr. and :Mrs. Marcus Brown are in Tampa visiting their i Mrs. N. T. Ritch and children of a rapidly disappearin? way ., "! I on TI. s. 301. FHP TrooperL.
of Hialeah are spending the N. Fowler said- !
I of Tampa are'spending the long and family of Jacksonville are son-in-law and daughter;; Mr. II of life. His ambition is to obtain "- : RECAP

I weekend with Mr. and Mrs. W. Thanksgiving day guests of I and Mrs. Charles Durkce and weekend with Mrs. Carrie at least one of each kind Those injured and checked : ,
I Ritch and Miss Annie !
F. Glenn. :Mrs. Brown Sr. baby daughter.Mr. Darby oftoolfarmimplrnent.or at the Bradford County 1100- ; f4Ifgf Firestone

' Mr. and Mrs: Lex Green, Mr.I Mr. and ,Mrs. John Torode and Mrs. Charles Law- land other relatives here.. iI j household utensil used by the nital were Mrs. Betty L. Shel-' ThIJt1tI 1\\ -500"
and Mrs. G. J. McGriff'Sr., and I IJ Miami the week- and [r. and Mrs. Richard Ray -i" fer 38. and Marsn! Shelf"'r. 19. .
J "' were in over son family of, Tallahassee 1 pioneer settlers' in this area. J '
.r Mrs. H. ,L. Speer of Stake!end attending the MiamiFlorida are spending this week with I and sons of Atlanta, Ga. are With over a thousand items both of Jacksonville and Jer- I_ I PremiumRubber

... and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harris game. Mr. Torode also at- Mr. and MrsH- A. Lawson !weekend guests of th2ir parents already, in his possession, he ( y Morgan 2 J, and Joy Mor-
I :Mr. and :Mrs. J, S.. Sap'p.Mr. .
I an, 5. of Decatur Georgia
: of Jacksonville attended i tended the Racing. Commission Mr. and Mrs. W. B Boyd hasmadeagoodstarttoard ?
.'and Glen Reddish of .
I Ml four
the h were passengers Ui Lifetime
Eastern Star f
mor.all;meeting. and 'sons of St. Petersburgare
this goal. h \
Dela. ,
Wilmington, are ,visiting /II
service for Mrs. Y. A. Harris Wells the VW busGotthilf -
Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
j Thanksgiving guests of In .
their parents Mr. and Mrs. front of his! place Mr Guarantee
at the Masonic Temple in Jr and of Pensacola ) Ankele 51, of Lib- }
|I : daughter' Mr and Mrs. ,W.H.. Nollman-Broward and Sheriff and Lavender has mounted two

: ., Gainesville; "oh Sunday. It |will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Wl: T.' Jackson Mrs. P 'Capps D.. Reddish, for.ftc : huge mill stones that cams J. 1. lavender is pietured'rlth part of his collection of rty Corner New Jersey was -- _ -f
t Com. and Mrs. Fred Glenn |;M. C. Wells' over the weekend. j and family. Mr'and ; : : making a left turn into the 600x13 17.95
I Mrs. I weeks. from .Dekles; Mill Pond in items, depicting early farm life in this area. The'irkedlook- __
J'' of Kingsley Lake have as'!,! Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Seymourand i Sleepy Hollow at about 5:25: -- -
I A G- Loudon Jr. and daughter -! J.fi'and frs. M'. F. Hazen UIi! County.. A sign declares ing instrument being held by Mr. Lavender is an oversize ". 650x13 7.95
puests: from Thursday toSun4Jly .son, Douglas, and [rs.1 Patricia, Mr. and Mrs m. Sunday when he ran _
: ills children, Bill Barbara, Gladys Harrington spent the i W. T.. Jackson Jr Mrs. Margaret spent Friday to. Monday with that 'th'y.were'. used to. grind syringe used to shoot a dose of medicine down the throat of 'aMeal.for directly into the path of thponcoming 750xlT800x14 7.95 -
; friends relatives Wildwood '
and Southern
and Steven'Glenn''of Bridenton.Tev. weekend in Miami and the troops; tiorse. southbound bus --- '- '- -
Jackson and .Mrs- David ,. Coleman and Orlando: during the Battle of Olustep'irf 8.95
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und Mrs. Bob BadgettSave cd the Miami-Florida attend-I Montgomery I oin? approximately 40 mph -
a birthday party Satur- Dr. and :Mrs. H. H. of Stark Mrs. Mattie Gahagan- of I i the Civil War. I well pulley a 10 cent papei;' collection of arrowheadssome I when the Chevrolet suddenly 670xl57.95- --
and Mr- and :Mrs. A. Lou-
G- Starke and Mr. and Mrs: R. E. interesting'. 'in
day afternoon for their daughter and sons, Bill and I John, were' Other items ,Ivpnder's' bill, dated 1863, and several | of them plowed up or turned into his southbound --

I LJnda,>on her fourth birthday weekend guests of Mr. andMrs don Sr. of keystone Frank.attendedthe Gahagan .of Bluff ton S... C. 'attended j collection are the j pieces of fractional currency. the old home place of hi traffic, driver of the VW bus 760x15820x15" 9.95-
t ,' and daughter, Judy, on : Steve Simmons in Miami funeral of Weayer the funeral of a cousin, ; grubbing .hoe'that he is told ; About 90 per cent of his i grandparents, the late Mr Angus Gordon Shelfer Sr., 42. .. --l 10.95
.last Thursday! in Willistnn. Mrs. V. Beckham in '
I her fifth birthday; Twenty ..litHe and attended the MiamiFlorida :Mrs. J. H. Williams of Lake J Hardee-I was used to'dig the first yell i collections came from farms I Iin and Mrs. R. F. Merritt win o f Jacksonville, swerved j---
S. C.
friends from the Christian (! game. They were accompa- J Butler" and Mrs. W, A. Stern will on return ten in. Union County; 'an early the area that comprised II settled near Long Bridge n sharply but still struck the Exch. Plus Tax .

Church, were present to help I II nied by Mrs. Alice AndersQn ;and Miss Louise Stem attendedthe 'Gahagan |In I kerosene_ lamp, molded from I old New River County Laven- the early days of Bra Mol' right front fender of the Whitewalls 1.00 extraTOM'S
-otobrate the occasion in the days.' clav. a homemade wooden drsays.( He also has nice1 j \
> who visited Mr. and Mrs. W. J. opera Tosca in the Civic Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy }I'' a County. Chevrolet with his left front

(-htireh fellowship hall. Johnston. Auditorium, Jacksonville and and Mr. and Mrs. i bumper and fender, accordiiir
family I
the. Florida Congress PTA
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thorn- Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Coulter of ': afternoon. 'VVVYVVVVVVVywyyyyyyL.AYTY I :U: ) Fowler. S SHELL
ounuay Charles Francis! are spendIng Convention at Orlando Tue3a Steno Notebooks, Stem
I tK! who spent last week at I ,
Tallahassee will
spend Friday
Mrs. F F. and Miss Damage to the Chevrolet'
thoir In the Scrub, hads Stump Thanksgiving. Mrs. G. E. % through Thursday of last Ko-rect Type, Typewrite
.camp [night with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. "'
', Kathleen Goethe Lillian Stump are Thanksgiving McCauley in Palatka.Mrs. I I week. it..ns. Typing Paper Eraser ** "Hmatp ut $250 and to E. Madison
guests Mrs.
i Matthews and will attend the
guests of Mr. and :Mrs. E. W. Hayes visited I the VW at $150 Ankple drivtr Phone 964-8551
of East Palatka, Mrs. [ Jack Darley of Corpus Ribbons. The TELEGRAPH
: Evelyn
< on tij Cnza
game John .Griffin in Ochlqchnee, Ga. : the Chevrolet was charged t I
her sister Mrs. Lv A. Weekly
; Roardsley of Pompano Beach, I urday. I Christie, Texas is visiting his I
They spent .Wednesday night .
in .the. Marion County Hospitalin t.a. "'
; Jones LUL 4) ICIV.
I Ij Mrs. Mae of Jacksonville -
with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thom- .
Ocala on Saturday.Mr.
I 1\ .rt; Lauderdale. j jI was visiting her sister son Monticello enroute. and Mrs. Robbie Branam 'BANTAM FOOTBALL TEAMS\ Miss Elizabeth Tern is -.-

I Mrs T. JLimbaugh! of I Mrs. W. E. Middleton, over the John S. Speer of Dahlonega, S HONORED AT SUPPER I spending? this week in Talla-1
'I Lakeland l is visiting: her sis- weekend.Mr. and daughter"of Jacksonvilleand I The hassee with her tJ. 'Jl
aa.as weekend of Lawtey RecreationBoard
a guest
L. and fami-
Mrs. R. Green j
,: Mr and Mrs. Rufus You- i law and sister, Mr. and Mir. '
and Mrs. L. F. Smith
Jr. I
Mr., and Mrs. H. L. Speer.. heSpeers' gave a covered. dish !
Brooker Sunday ,
.1 1 tnans of Swainsboro, Ga. were and family of Paxton will 13of were John Wyrick, Mr. and Mr, :,
their at the schol cafeteria )
'have this
as. guest i visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Fred I supper.
', Friday Monday guests of spend the weekend with her week, Mrs. Effie Stevenson. .of Bennett. I I last! Saturday night honorIng j H.; C- Crews and family v.-ere''

I :Mr and Mrs. Guy Andrews. ;mother, Mrs.. Lucile Davis. Mrs. SebaStian. i ''Marvin M. Martin of Palatka the Lawtey "Flying L" football : visiting Mr. Crews' mother: Own that a "Secofld $ell t
all attended the Miami1Florida
They other
"' ; Davis will also have as Thanks Mr and Mrs.. P. C. V illan- has been added to the Mitchell<< team.. Guests include ii I Mrs. Mamie Crews' and : ,
game Saturday in Miabout giving day guests Mr. and Mrs. relatives over the weekend.
I Ii' court,of Atlanta, Ga': and Mr. Drug Store staff as pharmacist j Frank OwsleY', Starke recreation !
H. G. Davis Jr. and family of and Mrs. W.. G. Cooper of Look- His family will join him here 1 ( di ector.- and Mrs. Ows Miss Vera Crews of Jacksonville

-- iGainesviHe. (out Mountain? were guests last I-Ithe' near future. ley, Coach 'and Mrs. Magee spent her vacation with
I Mrs. John Love Wilkes ,Isf week, of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. and I her mother last week.
j Woodrow Griffis of Sun and Principal Mrs. Con-

spending several days with her ;,Hixon. I Sports recently qualified as a nieClark, | Debby and Eddy:: Dyal were $ 7 90S

sister Mrs. L. L. Roane in !j Mr. and Mrs. Elden-Mathews .factory-trained outboard meMchanic The boys were awarded small i iI visiting their grandmother .cboionty

-) Jacksonville before leaving Saturday i'and: son. Bo. are' spending theweekend :! following'completion of I gold .footballs to be attached Mrs. Alma Dyal, in Hampton

to spend Decemb r.with with their daughter,. Friday and Saturday.Mrs. .
: ja training course at the Sarasota their letters. The letters ;
t'I 11!_ her daughter' and family. .Mr. ;Cookie; at Austin P ayy College -![ Service School. for' cheerleaders were not available i Hattie Barley, Miss

i -...... 'and :Mrs. Frank Evans in !Ii- j in Clarksville, Tenn. I Cpl. and :Mrs. W. H. Johnsof at this time and wilt I Sinna Prescott Mrs- Hiram .

.... ijaml i'j ji j-jRev., ., a Mrs., J. Brab'ham- Fort Gordon, Ga. are ,spend- be, given .cut'later.,Mr. Mage; Bennett and children, and k
It i 'Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perry- attended a meeting 'of 'the Bishops Jack Darley were in Middle-
ing the weekend with her parents with sweater
_. 'I was presented a
Charley ]with!man are spending two weeks Mission for,the. ministry Mr. and Mrs.'W. C. PowelL by.Chailes Norman on behalf.of burg Friday visiting Loriny WE DO OUR OWN FINANPIH9.
I Mr. and Mrs. Ferryman '
at. the. First Methodist. Church Prescott and Mr. and Mrs.
1 the team,
Jr; in Bethlehem; Pa Orlando. on Tuesday. Mrs. D. M.. Heath of Fort Vaughn Prescott and son.
E. :Mr. and Mrs. Will Slade and .About 75 persons .attended ; H ..
j I: Miss Susan Slade and three Lauderdale is visiting her parents this outstandingevent.. I Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Weave AT LOW BANK RATES

family of Baxley. Ga. were guests, from Jacksonville University Mr.. and :Mrs. J. S. Sapp, CHURCH ACTIVITIES II er of Pennsylvania were
Johns visiting :Mrs. W. S. Slade over Mr. and Mrs. T.- ,H., of A. ,
; and family. Members 'of the Methodis: i Thursday overnight. guests .
the weekend. Mrs. Slade also Slade( Jr. and Mr and Mrs. :Michael Rev. and Mrs. W. Fox.
; Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish A.
WSCS met with' Mrs. Orville? j
had as from to
this question:' guest Thursday ,OBrien of Jacksonville I attended the 93rd birthday W. C. Tomlinson and Eld- 4fiiiluS
I unday",.her daughter, :Mrs. N. !and-:their families are .Thanksgiving Bumgarner en Nov. 19 for i -
1 anniversary of Mrs. Vernon Ed- ridge Fielding have recently
the study 'coure: -After adjournment /
K. Hurst, of Indianapolis, Ind. i 1j
guests of Mr. and Mrs., wards at the home of '.)[r./andMrs. moved to -Bradford County ,
"Outboard motors are ,,,1 fre. Mr. and :Mrs. L. H. Futch i T. H.; Slade. ,thV hostess served. ,
J. V. Edwards in Brooker from Jacksonville and are
ruined have moved from 203 Lafayette refreshments IThe' j
fluently .'by upse't'. rt Local admittances to Brad on Sunday. operating a furniture store.
First Baptist WMU
St. to one of the Brannen
t fire and are lost overboard ford County Hospital this week Mike Darby and Lou Chanceof S here "W. C. Tomlinson and ,
held home
its in the
houses at 514 W Brownlee program'
include )irs. Laura Pa- I
: Leach
St. Johns River Junior College "
or stolen. There is also the which they recently. purchased. tricia Ann Crawford, Mrs.. RuthL spent the weekend with ''of Mrs. 'George I* Shuford Company,the here. They Roberts are occupying -

accident danger to swimmers Sg: Jerry Lawson and I : Lee, Mrs. Wilma Jackson, :Mr. .and Mrs. Charles Darby. Tuesday night! of last week. I store building George i
childrenof Orlando In' the absence of the president !-I
an Rufus M. Mrs. Katie :
,;, boaters and water Crosby Miss Carol Phipps has returned Futch I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foc
spending Thanksgiving with ,Howard Mrs. Betty. Jo .Grif- Mrs. Joyce pre-
from a visit in Saugu.
skiers.: Does were in Gainesville Sunday ;O
'your'a ency Mr. and Mrs Ewell Lawson. j[Ills, Mrs. Marvolene B. Wood',,'I Mass and is home this week sided1 'and "pressnted 'the program '
visit Mrs. Estes in
provide both -all..risk insurance Miss Linda Kay Sale and\;Carolyn Jean Cox, Mrs. Chester. with her parents Rev. and Mrs on' liThe Story of Wil-' George

on the boat- and I Frank Cabarea of FSU spent i iI 'B. Crawford and Mrs. Celie! Charles ..Phipps. before startingon liam Wallace." Refreshments j Alachua General Hospital.. : More >
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W:l-
motor I the \\"eekend."lth Mr. and i J6nesN all of Starke; and 'Mrs. her new job as. hostess. on were served during the social j Peeple
plus! liability coverage hour. : llama and son of Wellborn ; Own.
.Mrs: Guy Sale. Linda Kay! ;i Lillian M. Mann of Lake G the ,New York to Miami Florida j thi*
for Methodii..1 were Sunday visitors of
boating accidents Last Sunday the I
will also be home Thanksgiving -i: Special on the Atlantic H. E. Priest family.
: ?" eva.Mrs. Church .held a dedication I 0 0I
I weekend., ||I Shi Smith and children Coast Line. the Mrs. B. E Reddish spent RCAVICTORTV :
Mrs. W. Mathus and ceremony for altar servic? '
: Charley E. Johns M. L. Lawson and daugh ::and 'Mrs.: Edith Christiansen daughter Martine, of West .that, hail been given 'to the I Friday and Saturday with her'

ter, Sally spent the weekend: ](!are spending the weekend with Palm Beach are spending the church in memory of the lat son-in-law and daughter Mr.

Agency with relatives in Auburndate,:;;')'f\,. and Mrs. Shi Smith'Jr. and 1 holiday weekend with Mr.and, George W. Roberts by. Mrs.! and family Mrs.in Tallahassee.J. O. Pons and an Any 0 the 0
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon r
Mrs.. L. F. Smith. Roberts I
PHONE 964-0121 Tom and Dave Long of FSUJ j baby daughter and with :Mr.4 Mr- and Mrs. Nelson Blocker -
t. Mrs. Bertha Pearce is spending Silcox, and Mr.and Mrs. i -
131 S. Walnut St. will be home for the Thanksgiving -]and Mrs. C. F. Stevenson' in and son of Lake City visIted -
.the weekend with Mrs. deorge Jr. Members ) Kind
holidays. I New Orleans, La. Mrs. Blocker's mother, 1i
Mary P. Lane and :Mrs. Mary of the,Roberts family attend- I L iI

Beth Peacock in Jacksonville.From ingr included Mr. and Mrs. I.j i Mrs. A. H. Harley and other j

1 I there. she and her sister. E.. Roberts .and. daughter of i i relatives.- Sunday.-- -- .
of Lake St. Ga : Mr. and: Mrs. Richard I:::''II
Mrs. Lillian Phillips George Mr. and Mr ,:
/ :
City, will go to Valdosta. Ga.:: John Roberts and Frazier Chesser were visiting Mrs\ I --- ,,'

: i for several days visit with Mrs. Oliver. of Jacksonville, Dr. I Chesser's uncle and aunt,
:"When Mk yds LeSabre..Buick builds a high-priced car, and'p piits a low price on it- I T. J. Thomas.Mr. Earl Roberts of Jacksonville andMrs.. Clyde Starling in The PETITE

.t .- and :Mrs. Charles' Mc- Avon Park last week. Series 64.A.o2 M
I' Beach. Mrs. Mamie Oliver of I
I Q aig and family of Waycrosa. Baldwin. Mrs. Pauline .Tor- Monday visitors of Mrs.' O.

F ,I'Ga., and and Frank Williams J. Phillips were Mr. and Mrs.
Benny ode Mr.. and Mrs. Vernon Sil- j

.- -. -.. :--'r'\-'.' ... .. .. '. ... .. .. .. ,. ... .. ....... .... :of. U. of F. are spending cox and Mr. and' Mr. I' Henry .Dunn .and Miss Debby:
.. ,'.\. a ; '.:f\.rx' "!,.. \ ": 'C. ':...1. ., :t'.i.,: :.> .....;< : i"'i 1' .i1'. :...F.'J'.-,"'*'> '< ..M',.; son. '
.if. 4 Jacksomrillej
i "" ,.j......;u. .... .. .,. ..\-....., \.. ,> '\T... .. < \ 'f""." ..oS.4' .:... ..f.:. "'. 1 ." 4 .. : ..:;,.;::.;; the" weekend with ,their parents, i George Roberts Jrand children Phillips of -
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.".. ." ; ,, :t,. ,;': '...' ;' ''':.'.>'' > \ : \.t. :.. VIOTORS
.' '" ; .' i and Mrs. Earl Denmark: RCA
., ., .t<. 'h ., : .. t.. '.... .. Mr. and 'Mrs. Mack Williams. Mr-
.S't' '
: .
;' and
% .4, ... .4:4: w, <:,:"".i-,.,., ( ...., t "..f" ..... : : .j ...'t > < "" ., .;_. .,. I Mrs. Nell Andrews
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A" '
.,. "t '\ ""'.i t; '#. ... .. ;' .... "' 't't' .'", '",', .... "...r.. ",,,''.:,'.' Mr..' and Mrs. Dick Sieffer- all of Starke Others attnd- i c.f' J cks nville were'visltln!
; I ,
't V '" .!,/$ ". '''jt.M Mr. Denmark's mother Mrs.
'.', :'':. ,> ,\ .:.' "" > ., : ...., .. .man of Tampa are Thanksgivir.g -I ing. were .two of }trs...Roberts' ;
., .
{,. .".',,,:b.t- ., ,,,. ,' .f v d..t.>>, .' ,:.. .... 'w ekend guests of Mr. and brothers and 5isters--in-law.f Lois Carter, Sunday
: l ,'\ ". : .t'. ., frs. Merritt Williams. I Mrs. Joyce Futch, Miss
: I : ,:' ,: : ; ; f Mr. and Mrs.. Monso Tatum : /L
,.". "< :(.' '" ..''.,1., "" t'',<.'.,' ,' ., > Mrs. Maffon Mover of Jacksonville I arid Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Tat 1ni I Elizabeth Terry, and Miss 'c/, ... 16' toJfIO rail' diagonal

C ... ,"t 's.'EI'r'v. .' '} .: .. i is spending Tuesdayto << i of Deland and a brotherinj: f j I Dorothy Swanbora were visit- am IV 121 st|. in. pittur

,< "" ",,"-:.. 't't" ,.. ., ....... Monday with 'her daughter I law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. 'I in; Miss Elithe Collins in .herI .
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: "'; and family Mr. and Mrs. Frow home and Mrs. Estes
.: | Merrill truth and family ofl 1 I i George
M I Strickland.Mr. S ,.Starke. After services all'i: in Alachua General Hospital.

.,-, k' ." ..., .' ,..'... v_ _ .. and Mrs. Steve Weldon guests joined.in a family dinner Friends of Mr. and MrsE.. PORTABLE T.V :
i-Macclenny, Mr..and Mrs. C I with Mrs: Roberts at her L. Massey are pleased to know : ...-;..

tt - *? *\: >M. Patrick. of West. Florida, that their baby son is at
I home. lrr. Roberts was
t : wi *, \ Misa 'Martha .Weldon and -Mr. active in -chic and church very *, home Improving after undergoing RCA Victor leads the value parade with this all-new "Sweet

., and Mrs. -J.' R. Weudon .' of
S '. '.,':i.'b.' ','.f.J4'd"-: '':....,."..;:.."".... '"" ;" "'"'<'''..'*.'..,' y I[Jacksonville and their families I II I Ij affairs .and has been greatly" I\I i i btomy last an emergency Friday in Bradford herni- 15" Sportabout TV. It's fim:r lightweight andVemarkably easy .

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"n ... '' missed-
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<<< "'" _.. :" ; -weekend of
;llff: -. are- : guests
( : 'llrlt.j
=. | Hospital. ti all around
= : Sunday ) downstairs the house.
":"'<" ;,:; ,,; : Weldon. The Junior Girls carry-upstairs, And talk ,

......... ;:. .... I Gladys t
School Class of
," .'-.,::\; "...",.. ,, ,..,. ',.....,...: H.P. Bell Jr. and G. Whitley Baptist Church enjoyed Northsidej a I FIRST BAPTIST about performance! Newly developed P.DwerGrid, Tuner andS

( '''' .""", '.."..,z'. ";....;"..""......'. ';:-; Williams of Currie N. C. were i CHURCH STARKE .
-" --': '* ; ''Wednesday to Monday guests !: picnic at Gold Head Branch 18,000-volt chassis (design average) pull In pictures-clean '. SS

.(.. I of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams. State Park given by their: I'I Sermons for Sunday. Dec. and clear. Built-in monopole antenna: adjusts for best signal, .
teacher Mrs. Oscar Carter
Byron Terwillegar tf The 1 -Morning: "Righteousness

I Bolles School, and Harold'Tyus !i Monday afternoon. j Exalteth Nation," .[Pr. 14- telescopes out of sight when nbtm use. RCA Space Age-Sealed- ,

,of Florida-Southern College are I j CHURCH SCDEDt"LESGrace S 341j]:. evening, "PfrSf cuted for !'
Circuitry assures utmost dependability.
I Methodist Foroutstandiug performance :-
home for Thanksgiingith ? Church Righteousness Sake" Matt. S ,

Ij their families. School.. 9:45: a. m. WOrshiP,j 5:101 Regular schedule for and styling-at: an :irresistibly low price-choose t the

I 11 a. m. MYF, .6:30: pm.. the week .r. .
I! : Sunday School, RCA.Victor "Sweet 4' .r .
Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m. ;
JOHNSTOWN ;; 9:45 a. m- Training Union, )

j Lots of cars are in LeSabre's price class, but that's where' the resemblance ends. ,Fpr BAPTIST CHURCH: Choir Practice Wednesday, '', .fi:15: p. .m, .Worsh.p Services, :. ilne . .i'. '

instance: Does anybody else in leS bre's class.treat >ou to that gentle Buick ride or 7p.m... i 11 a. m. 7:30: m. Prayer '- j '
impressive Buick performance: and new' gas economv?1'0.And.ho else gives 15- Rev! Jerry Philips of Trinity First'Baptist:r Sunday ![ each'Wednesd p. fz--; Oe'C-cI f_Is..tMw.. -$...*.i4j UHfWu.1 .SI1tIIt...nI M..Wb..c.........nQ.}i...:.. &. Voctllr: (0'at
Meeting ,
) i'tjjF l'lClIIIOS' k and"Ie TV moMI.! W4e
'I flt.ttk i\Dd r e.d11 TV4..i IIIIe..C8IIf.'d la necra la 4 UHf
jn wheels, finned aluminum front brakes extra cushioning for middle-seat travelers, Baptist Church,, Jacksontille -j[ School. 10 a. m. Worship 11': 730; p' mKIXGSLEY. r models can or, .. red mil* HI ctunncl Nc. Vi*l UHF tumn __ (H.1tItd6.Ue>t

and separate heat ducts and controls .for the rear seat Right again: Nobody in ; -will deliver the message |'la-'m. Training Union. 6:30: p.j i : i .

LeSabre's field but LeSabre. If aljthi makes you think a LeSabre would look awfully at the morning and evening j nu Evening .Service.. 7:30.n.- LAKE BAPTIST

nice j in your garage, you should see how nicely\ it Jits a budget. You know who to services on Sunda7, Dee. ij i m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday t"1- i : CHURCH REVIVAL 'THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN TELEVISION
see about it, of course: Buick dealer Who el! ? !
your >c Above all, it's a Buick. at Johnstown Baptist Church. f 7:30 p. m YWA and Intermediate -

located midway between Lake I i GA 'on first and !I Revival services ivill be held

SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZE BUICK DEALER. AUThCIZtD'BLflCK. \ DEALERS IN THIS! AREA:__ ____ Butler and R iford' | third Mondays 7:30 p. m. at the Kingsley Lake Baptist:

4 Schedule of services: Sunday -I Junior GA, second and fourth i Church: 'from: Dec. 3 through! Winkler Electnc
Mondays right after school !
I Greeia Buick Co. 217-221 Temple Ave. School 10 a. m- Worship Youth "Meeting alternate.Satj j Dec- 7. each night at 7:30 p. c

k I. Services 11 a. m. and,7 p. in.1 todays,. 7:30 pm- J m. .Messages will be by the ,

; Mid-week Prayer Service eachWednesday new pastor Rev. B. T.
.- .SeethEl95l. icUthciar. "lwacys" Ttasgv.z,n.,fie. a. !ttC.1Y 1:1-1: U1J ..m.,[ST.Thinktjjnj" I Mrs. Hiram Bennett, president 234 :X. TEMPLE; AVE. 5TARKE
7:30 & m.' -La\\iey.'PTA; attended : Everypne; .welcome. S < PLA.

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i i ;i Weds R. J. WillisIn #' $4J' d Y" 7 Monday NightThe

I j : St. Edward'sSt. L .,. S :- %lr S Starke Garden Club
Ii rk met Monday night in St
I Edward's Catholic Churchwas
: Mark's Parish house with
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i Gladys :Mooty the setting for a simple
I Mrs E T. Prevatt'presidin-
", : but impressive wedding ceremony -
Phone: 964.0651 I V :Mrs. Paul Raymond ;?
Monday morning at 10:30la. :
W f _. IwVYf
thfe devotional. am
m. when Nancy Ann Crowley af r
of Starke became the bride of P T invited to attend the Christ-

LuhcheonAnd !Martha Ann AstonIs Ronald John Willis, U S. Navy, mas Holiday Tour of the

I USS Sabine, Mayport, Fla. Gainesville Garden Club on
; ...Shower i EngagedTo |Father Thomas F. Kelly officiated 4 tlt 1 Dec. 7 and 8 in Gaim-svilK:

: 'ftif Mrs.' Dankel 1 1'c II D. Ritch Green | at the ceremony. L rt iY p Tentative plans wore made ia:

: ,,: I The bride is the daughter of .ar .. have the Spring flown show
j \\ ..r4fs" N. S. Dankel, who is j Mr. and Mrs. John Astonof Mr.: and Mrs. Francis T. Crow- ?'rV on Apr. 11 and: 12.Mrs. .

I moving i to:St. Cloud with her {! St. Louis. Mo. 'announcethe ley Sr. of Kingsley Lake, and Jessia Young pry :ram

fwnilyjhi'thecoming week, was i ii I, approaching marriage of the groom is the son of Mr. ;- : : chairman: gave detais! tor

i.they inaptration for .a lovely j. their daughter, Martha Ann and :Mrs. George F. Willis of : the ingredients; : of a coma:.!st

i 'I handkerchief shower gi\en by to D. Ritch Green son of Mrs. j San Diego Calif. t y. heap Mrs. Young also siav! =

'. ''ircle 'TW of the Madison Nelson Green and the late I The bride, given in marriage a demonstration and review-

Refit Baptist' Church. Mr. Green of Starke. I.by her father, chose for her V r t 4w 1 ed basic rules and principal

ic par{y.! was held at the t tJJ The wedding will take placeat wedding a street length white for flower arranging with th>
*n\e of Mrs. Marie Siemer in the Emmanuel Lutheran dress. The lace bodice featureda assistance of Mrs. Maxit
1uHaven subdivision which scooped round neckline and At refreshment table (from left) : Mrs. Lawrence Erhard, Mrs. Wayne With flags of nations (from left): Mrs G. P. Gill, Germany: Miss Florence Carter Sr. Both had attend
Church at St- Charles, Mo. on
. \\ wa., traetINfor' the occasion Dec. 7 at 7 p. m. I three-quarter length, tapered Whiffen, Mrs. Charles Tolford, Mrs. W. A. Stern, all natives of Germany; Jennings, England; Mrs Patricia Cauffman, Canada; :Mrs.: E. Paton, I the. flower arranging workshop -
withXpHoW chrj'santhemums I sleeves attached to a bellshap'ed Scotland' ; and Mrs Lucie Fraser, Poland. Flags were made by Juniors for in Gainesville last
!and ? : Miss Aston is a graduate of Mrs J. Bowden, Mrs 1C. Halsall, Scotland; and Mrs R. Banawandt, Germany. I
t f cage. The refreshment nylon taffeta skirt. Her this occasion. !.Thursday. Mrs. Lavona: Daus-
\ Wentzvilh high school and isemployed
I : \/was COVered with :anadSO receptionist at shoulder length veil was at- I man gave ft- demonstration_ _____._.. G.I
as a
: L_ : lae e' cloth and centered tached to an blossom ",
I orange [Christmas arrangements.
WI the St. Charles high school Junior Club International Tea Is Colorful Event I
;," *" a .colorful 1 arrange.pompoms. headpiece and she carried white I Linda Sue EdwardsIs During the social hour th!'
1 'in aaf '... Mr. Green is a graduate of PTA. .nneeF;n
I w orchids on top of a white mis- .I. .I. '-1. .1'.I.L.L.UI5Are
hostesses served deaaeitd
I 8eal. es' were played BHS and served three years sal. ][ Honor Guest The Junior Woman's Club I mnroom was a trio of foreign ]]les Sawyer, Mrs. Jack Hazen i a ;

I ''. ,. .". 'by.."the. 14 endine i,< and re'freahments l in the armed forces and is Wallace A. Wise of Starke At :was host at an International lags on poles. Providing background \i and Mrs. Tom Casey. I. Scheduled ir' course. ;

,-!:' ," : enjo ed. employed at the McDonnell served as best man. Birthday PartyMrs Tea held Wednesday, Nov. 20 il U music during the tea In .charge of the tea table

'. "' uesda Mrs Dankel Aircraft Corporation in St. :Miss Jane Showalter of Jack- Edwards entertained -I:from 3:30 to.4:30 p'oloik: in the K vere Misses Dee Walters, Mary i j1 was Mrs. Charles Sawyer. The Scuthside Elementary PTA I CYF Members
..;;7a:$ hondredt a lovely Louis, Mo. sonville attended the bride as J. birth- :club house. The tea was inil I]3ollinger, and Janet Hardy, |II i decorating committee as head- will meet. Tuesday evening; I '

'. ,,';bitUJA,1Y'. .d\) going-away No invitations are being: maid of honor in a mint green at a delightful j honor of all foreign born worn- and Mike Sheppard. The piano I Iwas ji ed by Mrs. Jerome Johns and \ Dec. 3, at 7:30 p. min the ]Enjoy SocialThe.

:!lunc7tebn'at., ::tttederi: Rest-! issued but all friends ani nylon organdy dress. day party Saturday evening Club :.en residing in Bradford County, graced with an arrange-I'working with her were Mrs. BillEpps I cafetorium. There will be a Youth Fellowship
't ..n ura t. 1\' i, relatives of the couple are The couple will reside at Rai- at the Community ,the senior club members and i II nent of giant yellow mums in '; Mrs Ervin Andrews, and Christmas program. on cus- Christian -

:-o,'Thdse)joining V1or the invited to attend.Birthday ford. house, State Farm, for her her the Little Women members. I in antique silver pitcher. Trel- I II:Mrs. Howard :Meyer. The invitation toms of different faiths pre- enjoyed a social. at the

1 occasion were MrsP;: Haz- daughter, Linda Sue, on Upon arrival, guests were 11.ises covered with greenery committee was com- sented by Mrs. P. G. Felos, ]home! of Mrs. E. ,,[. Davis Sunday -
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en Jr-; Mrs! : JPi.jvjV' dA'>audo:1. Party Mission fourteenth birthday.The presented with a name badge, 1 formed: the background for the I posed of Mrs. R. F. Merritt Mrs. Joe Gissy, Mrs. JW- evening as guests of Dorothy -
StudyTo table
'MrsclEuxenVWilliaHairy refreshment was the in which and Mrs. Tom
signifying stage. Casey.
} Kincaid and Williams .
Mrs Eugene c Mixon.The
-" Hatcl1erJ1', % ,. 'For Chris Lewis Be Taught AtStreet covered with a white linen: they were born, by the badge Serving as floor hostesses Mrs. Randal Chitty wishesto I .
rE-H4rdyyMrs.I: M. '* cloth and centered with an chairman, :Mrs. Harold Godwin, luring the afternoon were Mrs. express thanks to the many I 26 members attending

pard.nd. jJoTftia.rtMvis\.1ep., Little Chris Lewis celebrated Madison arrangement of roses and and Mrs. Dewayne Elder. Mrs. !(Carl: Minx and her committee individuals who helped in mak- 'playedgames,, sang songs and

The, !hostesses' presenteoA. j c'I his second birthday anniversary fern in a crystal container. ,Godwin was seated at a table I(Composed of Mrs Walton I ing the tea a success. She I I The Starke Elemental (:enjoyed refreshments during

I honoree with 'a.lovely., cutwA\ Saturday afternoon when his The Foreign Mission Study Mrs. J. E. Hitchcock presidedat in the entrance foyer that held |14
I dinner cloth as a memelj 'mother, Mrs. Meed Lewis, gave book for this quarter. "The the punch bOWl at one end a fall arrangement of mums j]\ George Roberts, Miss .pleased with the many foreign- 7:30: p. m. in the cafetorium.A Also attending were Mr. and

;'of, the. occasionFollowing; ', ,a party for him and ten little Mandelbaum Gate," by H. Leo of the table and Mrs. Lewis I and cattails in browns, golds, jl Brenda Lewis Mrs. Fred Snell, ,j born guests who attended, and I program of Christmas in I'Mrs. V. M. Jordan, sponsors

Iha\. ends. Eddleman will be taught Martin cut the birthday cake I and reds. Flanking the flowers\md Mrs. R. F. Merritt. \hopes that the InternationalTea I I many lands will be presented !;Rev. and Mrs. Bob Badgett

the:puncheon"i '(, A, circus theme was carried ,Thursday, Dec. 5, starting at which was iced in pink and was a display of miniature Assisting in serving were i31rs. 'I'' will become an annual ; by the fourth, fifth and sixth j.John Mixon, Mrs. Davis and
J afternon Mrs. Hazen eater'1 in the party decorations. 6:30 p. m. at the Madison white. foreign flags representing othJ J L. H. Outlaw Mrs. Char-i,event. I I!! grade children. :Miss Elaine Colson.
tamed at a' "coffee" at th;'! refreshment table !
was Street Church.
i 1iom .-"i'Mrs.. Dankel..and. 2JeWfcOf l c'\ _..d with a circus cloth ,| Teaching the book will be The 35 guests enjoyed danc- er,countries.,___ :__ _._ L _A ,I t- ,..__..-.,.. .Lt>t.,;;=- =_J..i JDL90LT ... '" ". .... -....
ing and refreshments during greeting guests at: me
; her friends': VI\\alloons attached at the i iMrs. Norman H. Redding, Mrs.
four. the party hours, 7 to 10:30p trance was Mrs. Alton
I rners. At one of the ,Dave Paulk Mrs. Ruth Reynolds : en-I
chairman of the
m. ory,
.' table?
't}DE; : Notice a birthday cake ,
s : Mrs. Gray S. Martin tional Tea, who presented
topped a clown and at the land Mrs. S. E. Sparks. A refreshment I
to the
1 iii W. ...:>T. 'Weeks chapter U: D.C.r .,. clown.other'-- feAwag(A a, large stuffed i break will be held I CronkhiteThomasMrs. of Mrs.receiving Randal Chitty.composed presi- I
: '1o'.iiI.have, Christmas tea ,. I Ihalf-way through the evening. wwriD
a Sue Thomas of Geneva, dent of the Junior Woman's
)'Wednesday .: I ]ors, Uf:% assisted by ] All women of the church are I
Ol1.. afternoon. Decf.at was i Ala. and Philip Cronkhite of I Club Mrs. Edward Hall, president ;
!her ,mother,
.3:30 N. S. Dankel invited to hear about the situation -
: :;o'clock at the home: rs. Starke formerly of Fort Payne, of the senior club, Miss
: L. tin caring g for\eir in the Near East as told i
pfMrs.- A. Davis little guests. Marcia Whittle
-. Ala. were united in marriage j president of 11
t I by a former missionary who is Friday morning Nov. 22, at 10a. the Little Women's Club, Mrs. .
,, I now president of the New Or- Howard : state chairmanof s T. "
m. in the First Methodist Meyer, : P, .
i l leans Baptist Theological Sero- ,
Church with Rev. J. R. Brab community affairs, Mrs. Hal
: Health Fact inary. ham officiating.The ''I Hand, state chairman of American S

'S S ,.>, "A couple was attended by home, Mrs. Jerome Johns, it OREGliR&TMB..3!

4, Eventually you win decide"A :Jaycees Host :Mrs. C. S. Haddock of Starke, i state chairman of public af- "Ot\\ j jsANTA'S
bring I and W. O. Whittle of Winter fairs, and Mrs. T. H. Slade, f -
[your: health problems .to theNfchjfa acor iAt Fish FryThe Haven. senior club sponsor. E:
t -Then you will regret the, :yearTyOU Jaycee's gave a membership Mr. Cronkhite is the new presented with a lovely cor- Santa believes in being thrifty as well as practical. that's why he r ,ALWAYS
..r.wasted the pain suffe ti. need manager of the State Farmers
,, you ,
sly] I sage.An
all because you put off going' 'to jur drive kickoff and fish at'j'Market in Starke. arrangement of yellow chooses Carp's as his favorite store. Take a tip from Santa and make
'" "r jfry last Saturday evening They are residing at 203 La- mums was placed on the man- FIRST. .
I J. Chiropractor when a "stitch( in tDrBollinger ?" I the American Legion Hall. fayette Street. '- tar 's your Christmas.Headquarters, too! t _.

:; would have saved nine." "\ i Jimmy Bowen, chairman/ tel.The ballroom of the clubhouse ; x QUALITY

.t'tA'CtT.t5'! : t'
,! Phone; 9 6 .2881 and ask for an appointment.- ". and Ervin Andrews, were ,Junior. orated for the occasion with A N4' I

J" 'charge of the affair 'To Meet MondayThe I international flags. Centering -..... --. -
,. ollowing the fish fry, dan- ;the large room was the American /- a o o ta 'IIft&,. av

"f',, .-".,' !C1\ was enjoyed by the :'0 at- Junior Woman's Club flag, with flags representing aotShirts
"- ,tent
'r': ". I I. g. will meet Monday at 8 p. m. in : other foreign countries on

.t:jTnere 'b'\ the club house.A I I flag poles, placed at an angle MEN'S
; ; Is Ho Finer
..... .Ex five Board Christmas program will be i surrounding the large American
I a,' .fl' I,,' 1 presented by the Fine Arts De- I flag._ Placed at points of interest -

I'. ,, ?r The ccutive. board of the partment and American Home I on the wall were other

; ,a, .Starke..' an's Club will Department. Hostesses will' beMrs. foreign flags. All of the foreign

ni .meeUThutaay afternoon, Dec. Eugene Tanner, Mrs. i flags used were hand made

: f f Today 5'at 3:3i( \clock. at the clubhouse Howard Meyer, :Miss Sally I by 'the decorating committeeof WITH' / THE NEW 4i)99)
." Sink, and Mrs: Randal Chitty. the club. Of special interestwas : CC

a display of books of international TAPERED LOOK// "

.. Recent T B BHS Report Cards I I interest placed on I II
s la table in front of a giant size [

: : BradfordCoVty To Be Out Thursday I I world map. Also placed on the i *Gale! and Lord' and Dan River woven plaids! b -, ,, ;
Tomorrow It Will Be Even Hospita1
table world
was a large globe.
.', announces j the\ following Report;' cards for the second Guests were invited into the s ,.f. solid i cotes sad fancy patterns 1 in regular s fi'r',, ; '

I ".>' births: A six-weeks of the 1963-64 term !sun parlor where the tea table .. or I Ivy styling. Full cut and roor.JY.r r ,.
S Mr. and Mrs. \Villiam L will be given to students to was placed. Centering the fable- -

I: Better! Tolbert, Starkf. a''fin, William take home next Thursday, .'was an arrangement of tangerine Sizes S, Mf L, XL

J. : Louis Tolbel: ;.NoV' 21. i I and and
December 5, Bradford Hign i yellow mums \; ;
Mr. and Mrs. Roly" Dale r School Principal Tom Casey f 1|!carnations. Flanking the arrangement tf ,

Green, Starke a' slighter! announced Tuesday were yellow candles 'f

4 D' Don't Say Melissa ,Annette, NOV: .'4, I The cards will bear the placed in low individual silver

MILK Mrr and. Mrs. Edwin: :fcoyl? grades, citizenship, and attendance holders. The'table was covered

Graham, Starke. a dangler. records for the sec- with an exquisite white Mexican -

Kimberly Kay. Nov. 22. ond six-weeks which began r handmade cloth of lace and I,
Mr. and Mrs Richard \ ended Tuesday linen. At each-end of the table i ii
.J Oct. 15 and I'
Smith, Starke, daughter, NoV\ \November 26. One holiday !i i I was a silver tea and coffee I Ir

Say \ 26- \as recorded during the ;!service.[r Silver trays held assorted WOMEN'S

'. i I ; ,tea sandwiches, cakes, j
Priod-Monday, November 25,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dmv".. cheese biscuits, mints, tea pastries WOOL OR
.t Mourning
of I
National Day
SOWANNEE VALLEY kee of Tampa announce the 'deSWed; by President Lyndon and nuts. Pouring at intervals COTTONWashable

I! birth of a daughter on Nov.''Bs' hnson for the late President during the party hourat
20. Maternal grandparents are [ the tea table were four past I
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John F. Kennedy.
Mr. and MrsCarl Johns of presidents of the Junior Wom- :
Ncr&udent has not
Starke. i [ans Club, Mrs. H. H. Adams, .Vff,1
turried\p3 card since I ,
i Mrs. Vernon Silcox, Mrs. A. J. 099
he received his first six-weeks 1. <
MILK :Thomas Jr., and Mrs. John To- i' :
NEW RIVER BAPTIST report'wijiu-eceive a card this \ 99 STO
CHURCH time imlei, ho obtains clear- rode.Placed at one end of the 'j

< ance thrau'."&'the administration S
Sunday. School 10 a. m. \
:. At Your Favorite Grocer Casey id. k. ',
.,. .; i !horning Worship, 11 a. m. : 1
Training Union. 6:30 p.m. Evening \ 'Phone StockIs and fined;
\\t'V! ..j; AVAILABLE IN GALLONS Worship, 7:30: pjn. Mid- jMore Chaiges 1 Cottons
t U week Prayer Service, Wednesday LiquidatedTo / wools in a wide assortment
;i UAM: ? GALLONS, QUARTS AND PINTS Filed. Agaiioitu' I
7 Everyone welcome. Taxes : _
pjn. Save t av of plaids! and solid col!

,\\.t. '\\1. ..._., '.: I Fake Busi <4 a s '
I man Tax savings, which will be 4 ors. Sizes 8 to 13.
V. .: '.. ; shared by customers, were giv- I j i I

NOW A ,REALITY! Three more chares, have en as the reason for a liquidation : j

been filed against R L Far- of one! telephone company I f

rell [Ferrelll] by bus ..*.con.. into another in Bradford Coun- ,'; I if
1 ty, Chairman Edwin L. Masonof : ) i
raising his boncft. to
: In STARKE U.400'i_ the Florida Public Utilities I :_ 6HLS9! PAJAMAS _ _
,. Commission said in announcing -
Farrell an allegedly "r +' I
Commission approval of the
,/ KINGSLEY LAKELAWTEYDirect businessman" in Starke. Is. proposed change. r WARM SOFT 1 FLANHELETTE! QUILTED i
charged with stealing WVJDodd's \ '
f' Starke Telephone Co, which! FAMOUS XOYIE STAR1Peignoir Sir types tailored and 1
truck. Other charge -J99 1i
wholly owned by Independent i
: against him claim he "took"a novelty styles. Assorted g AND 299r DUSTERS
> Distance lephone Corp. of Florida, is
truckful of merchandise Sets \
: ib ing liquidated into the Inde- { prints. Sizes 4 to RWOMEN'S

.... .., from others here. Tptodent! organization Masonjsaioy I 99 Others I
Businesses that filed since I I 5 449 TO 8.99
I ; and a tax saving of $3,900 INDIVIDUALLY < j

: i- -" Dialing ] v'>. &last paper week Co.are: :Eli Atlantic Witt Cigar Bag I'|a math dar\{$200'OOO on the annual firm's revenuesjwillJbVshared approxi- GIFT BOXED
and Candy Div.; and McCal- with customers.
S lum Wholesale Co- i Rich looking nylons, fleeces
: Botafinns are owned by In- I Beautiful acetate tricot

The three new charges are" [dependfent: Telephone Corp. of I shift gown with matching Warm, washable Is 9 9 and acetates elegantly trimmed -

; 1 for worthless checks written JNew Yoik, Dryden N. Y. | cite in cai! with nylon I a c e.
It Will SAVE You 0 for and ; lounge coat. Lavishly lace flaL'1el2
d items.meats paper, sundry i i Comm! loners Jerry W. Car- trimmed. Season's! newest and novelty: styles. Warmly quilted. Solid colon -
; l ter and Wilbur C. King joined ed prints.f Sizes 32 t and attractive prints.Sizes .
Farrell has not
:- been appre- Mason in provtng the application colors I In sizes S, M, L I

.. TIME and MONEY tc hended as yet. but Sheriff j for..liquidation, which 10 to 20. r
S P. D. Reddish has asked' cooperation 'has' been p1l ned since March 1iJ: '
from State and na-.1, 1961. ;.: 1

J tional law agencies. \ I 1i

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1 Gardner re-injured his knee in :i : First :!Basketball Game Set !At The TabernacleA
the third period halfback Leon- : ; \Bowling/ Lanes

II I 4sPoflS l 1t I ard for age.49 Dugger Sophomore yards carried a 4.1 HB yard 12 Ronnie times aver- I: aIIll'VOOOS- I'I'Tuesday f i *\ \ Wjh. 'Orange Park ;..Reopened Today!I held :Missionary at the Gospel service Taber-was

:::? :Harper Dugger's replacement, LJ 1 1I I i nacle last Friday night- in
which Rev. and Mrs. M> M
t r 'c---- --- had the second best rushing Bradford High's first though he will have practiced i Robert Stevens formerly of j Brackman Sr. and Morris J>-.

average of the team averaging ketball battla of the 1964 baS-j only a few days with the Atlanta announced Wednesj j showed
I and
5.8 yards in four carries for 23 son is set for next Tuesday team after football season 1 day that the bowling lanes j I brought
I' here have been messages on the work bein_:
yards. Quarterback Elder in' opened
ni ght. December 3, at 6:30 ended Wednesday.
rushed for 30 yards in eight attempts local with I Other grad- are ready for business.Mr. done in and around Puerto
! e gym Orange junior varsity
, Tornadoes Win Sixth Rico Visques and otht.'
Stevens is
; 3.8 and taking over
a yard average thE ark. according to Coach uates due to perform with the
small: islands in the West In
fullback George Seeley carried Land.A l varsity this season will be operation of the lanes and I
; I ,twice for 10 yards, a five yard junior varsity contest will juniors Gene Pass Jeff Warren ': will move his familv to i diesAlso the work of youth

precede the main event which and Mike Sistrunk. along Starke. llore complete details camps being set up in Floridain :

i 13-0 Over Green Cove i average.Green Cove Scare will begin at approximately II. with sophomore guard Donald : of the new operation will be 'I'' the work carried on by

i The Blue Devils had failed announced next week Morris Jr- The musical pro-
.. :.. 8 p. m. with the Orange Par ,i I Falcon. i I II i
j"- ;to get inside the Tornado 45 n five. The varsity's record last' 1, gram was a feature of the

F''I'' \ Plugging! away at a -Green1:yard out. his kick for the point after. yard line through the first half, Likely starters for the Tor- I I season was 11 wins against 1 1I evening, as Morris is a skilled

I Cove team which had won, only 1. A. second touchdown did not Although .'the Tornadoes ,but they put some life into the By HOMER WOOD nadoes111 be five seniorttermen \ 14 losses but was an;, improvement I i i accordion player as well as

t..o'p.mes. .the Tornadoes _of. materialize until the Tornadoes 'I pushed over the Blue Devils for ,contest the first time they got le who have been over the previous sea- I 1!i talented vocalist. ,

Coach David Hurse rushed for I took possession of the pigskinthe '22 first downs they got only i their hands on the ball in the practicing for several weeks] I son and the '62 cagers played !

258 yards winning their sixth I, final play of the third perIod I one of the 22 through the -ur- .third period. Things look good for the while the season's grid battles *- ; well at times much improved "''urt.' herein the above '-
J victory last : but their fullback I a 13 yarder from quarjteroack I After a Tornado drive had scribed personwere '"-,
Friday night, ,' after big tcurnament with over 30 already raged on-John Williams over the 61 squad. par-
I J could put the. ball across the Gardner had been put back on ;Elder to sophomore halfback 'stalled it their 33 the Devils entered ;and another Ernest Jenkins, Richard Basketball has also been\ bidder that I for will cash sell at to the the Dr hif"t"rtj*''*"

r j goal only twice for a 13-0 shut- the bench. Another Tornado Ronnie Harper, who started the took the ball and drove 57 week yet to go before the Hobbs Bobby Moody and gaining in popularity in comparison I t'.untj- Courthouse in th-1'*

out. with another injured knee senior game in place of' Dugger. in yards to the Starke 10 before Gary Cole. Junior Mickey with other sports at 1 Nov. 6, 1963 ...t Stark*, Florida,.at H0) AM .
Pro-Am The
on Dec 6. .
Fullback Tom Gardner who halfback Leonard Dugeer, the left flat. The Blue Devils! i Tornado cornerback Gene Passintercepted ,Dear Gene: on the 6th day of p'mber
; tational will be played Dec Dansby, promoted from last BHS and the last year the I 1S63 the following *.Tibfj ..'
; 1 re-Injured his knee in thevthird went into action however and had! nine first.downs and made j, a Jay Goolsby pass 7-8. year's B-squad which compiled cagers for the first time in I May, I use the columns of real property Mtuatft J Pr5**

quarter caught the ball for the he and right halfback Larry four of them passing for 68 j i in the end zone to end the"iscare. Jack Rountree of Lake a respectable 15-7 rec-1 the history of the school your newspaper to extend my i scribed ford County, Florid.1"1 dl"""-'
Biggest gain of the drive in said Finarecri'e-
Tornadoes first TD with 7:33 provided the impetusthe yards. far the Tornadoes -
Crawford out-doing
I City our first tournament ord, has also been workingout came out in the black financially. -thanks and appreciation to the ; wit: .
in needed for in that Stark was a 30 yarder with Goolsby i '(\rn< r
remaining the second Big Red squad catagory. ; I of Bradford fori I Commence at lh/.W.
winner will the with the and will County
defending varsity $
I from .the Starke 49. ran 29 I et tlon *-
{>riod. The tally came on the drive. had a total of 14 yards passing i OfWli S\\V
"p ; champ. Prominent contenders Next Friday night Decem. the fine reception given me at 6' 2SiVrun f..tI
yards around his left end to likely see some action in the i S K. ,
at the with two in 'nine
a the completions I
onejyar plunge .through Again plugging away tTht'ncf' onh
ber 6, the will travelto I I C66 feet to pod! ;
for the title will include cagers the of
the .
the Tornado 20. opening Fair.
In the
middle of the' Blue Devil fore- i Blue Devil forewall for five or attempts by Elder. downing openerAnother senior letter I I I :5* tV-t tu a Qt111Ch! Iron, ( .I''
long-legged how Clyde Terwilkgar ,runneruuto Green Cove to take on the Our Fair has. certainly grownto b..J1 11111 theni '
point of
wall. six yards a clip, the Tornadoes The Tornadoes' 258 yards man, forward Harold Bishop I
ever, the Tornadoes incurred a Roundtree Harold Bishop i Blue Devils in their fgirst be one of the finest fairs in : North 100 fe-ltht'nct' East I O
The Tornadoes completely have not scored a TD on a long rushing was far superior to <>lIth lO fee;.
dominated play in. the first per- run or pass all season Craw- Green Cove's .109, however. In 15-yard roughing penalty. HI and Gordon Bullock of may also see some action al- road game of the new season Ithe state since_ ___ the____ _new n __ _facilities n _-:I Crt't..L",<,'Un.__._ thn(0 rzv., feet to DUIl1'' --

iod ajpd well into the second ford and Dugger with an as.. 'grinding out their 19 first They could ;only be penalizedhalf I Melrose. Interest has been Gateway Takes 4 New Prison Plans i were added two years ago,. 'I i'! of or Winnie' railed and Road h'ig and X"rt"I m
taking the ball on their own sist from quarterback Phil El. downs rushing, the Tornadoes' way to the goal, however, very good among golfers from I| It was certainly nice to havi i" East 1. u/) "::1/4 of \\ .L: "l' ..

11 afld grinding out 64 yardsto der, Coach Hurse's eleven drove fullback Tom Gardner, edgedhis and the Blue Devils got the Jacksonville Gainesville and Over Goodman's In To Complete the opportunity to come horn e I -4, TWl.; oulh.,' ..flange :2.

tla. Green Cove 25 before the 67 yards without faltering: teammate halfback Larry I ball at the Starke 10, a total L Lake. City. ,again. I oily! wish it coul<1 '! East; eo?'ninsM ("r* rnurror

their offense stalled. But on ''to' score with :5:23>: left in the Crawford. for honors with 84 gain of 39 yards. Lloyd Lewis of Wilmington.Del. Twilight BowlingGateway By JanuaryWorking < have been for a longer stay.I (t-.,I Ift v f (' tRT SEAL)

their'first play:Blue Devil half- final period. yards to 80. But Crawford hada From the 10 Goolsby; who is; played the course in tW'J (Vles A. Darby.,7k .
for the also want to thank thl (If ald'lr.'ult Tom*'
back Tom tfelsey fumbled and Halfback Larry Crawford decided margin in yards per also a nemesis to the Torna- under par recently .and Chevrolet took drawings it .
it 2.ii
Starke's Tom Gardner recovered scored the final'TD in the Tor- carry-averaging 6.1 yards in 13 does on the basketball court, hopes to return to play in the four points from Goodman's new ?5 million prison facilityto Starke. Rotary Club for letting>r .i --. :

at the Devil 24. nadoes' 13-0 shut-out of the carries for 80 yards while Gard- first attempted a jump pass; I tournament Service Station in the Ladies! be constructed on the old me visit with them at thei;r ,''( '" Circuit ('ourt Of The

Making good. ,their bid this Blue Devils from three yards ner averaged only 4.4 yards which went incomplete, Then New tees have been completed Twilight League this week airport site in Union County luncheon. |.'nlh In1 Judicial 1NW Circuit Of

time the Tornadoes, took six I out through the middle of the third best: of Tornado backfield came Pass' interception in the on the seventh hole The league is bowling at will be completed by Jan. 1, according Sincerely yours, t*>/rida unt). !. And fhnurrry Ca Bradford..i> >o,

plays to cover the 24 yards but Devil forewalL Junior guard in 19 trys for ;his 84 yards. lend zone, in what then could I and extra sand traps have Gainesville temporarily, since to Louie L. Wainwright -r Doyle Conner '. V'Henry J. Kroskey, Pl.untift

Gardner put. it over from a I I Ia I s Mike Frick this time made good Getting into action only after have been a game saving sit- I been added on No. 2, 5, and Starke Lanes closed two director of the Florida CommissionerDepartment ,Defendant rvs-: Margie'.- Carlton' Bi-osk.-\! .

.. .. -- I holesThese weeks ago.Neoma Division of Corrections. HiybnonOrdAr
_-- -- changes will of .
ur- make for Nelson had high Wainwright said that after [ Of PuMioation And

We Are Repeating These Money-Saving : cult to a more excitinj series of 551 for Gateway.,detailed plans for the hospital Agriculture 'I Xotiee To. DefendIn
Demand score and should j ji [ Tallahassee Fla. Th Name Of The State (if
while Selma Ellington wag and reception center have been ; ; I Of Florida
I make for ,
0 more ,
Dropihar SPECIALS Come See You'll exciting
;, Buy i tournament.If high for Goodman with 394.i iI completed he will ask the state t TOMrs.: :Margie Canton

_."... ...o.---.mtr' reo'' <'\. 'i-...n." .. .. ----A. .J you're not playing, then i I D & W Auto Supply, paced i. budget commission for funds THOMAS G. MATIIOX. I Bro.sK t !4e"ey ln'--o"'i-

; be sure to come out in the by Alice Resch with a 548 and the project will be adver- Thomas G. Matheso/57-' : 9f,1 You Are Hereby Notified
i set took four points from, ; that oinplamt! tor divoitiii.i-.
capacity of tised for bids.Contractors. Fcrt Myers died in fosPltat1there
spectator. you] i !been filed against and
I see some 'Sleepy Hollow. Freda Hard- have already taken Tuesday .morng; after required to you y.iiare ...
Plilli Vahers AND TV good golf. I serxe a in|1.
-Homer : enbrook rolled a. 455 series test borings at the site, and a short illness. Hfwas born nt.your answer or pleading to
I'I'i the complaint on the plaintifrXattorney.
for the losers.
i n De n- I
p".L'o I, i ii work has begun on laying sew- in Lawiston, IdahP 9- Kugene K Shaw. I I.'J: :
Lavonne Jackson rolled a er lines. 1905 and was eiylt)5ed ,by a South Walnut Street. :Starkr.
i i 424 series to lead Starke 66 Fort ape Florida and file the original, I
since the Tornadoes had in three from Wainwright also said that Myers ne- answer or pleading in the KI-
taking points
: only six points on the board at I$1.5 million has been released Surviving are'15 wise Dances flee of the Clerk of the Olrriut
THIS IS A GOOD TIME TO TRADE YOUR OLD : point. i Andrews Drugs. Marion Un i iI !i to complete the first phase of Strickland3111680"- I Court on or before the 2ith tUv
: I derbill led the losers with a a sisterMiss 1963.; If you fail
REDUCTION SALE The Blue Devils had been a the new East Unit in Bradford Myers; ati to do 1'0. a decree pro c'onf'-II
ING OUR INVENTORY I : much improved team in their 392 set.Triest. I County. This will include Jean Math/511 *: West Palm will be taken against you for
previous two I I Construction Co. and a Beach. the relief demanded in th.iiimplaint .-
games with LiveOak gymnasium .
-- school, health
Murrhee Insurance each too Masonic rites will
and P. K. I I Graves,
Yonge a team unit chapel, and This notice shall he publishedonoe
'whose two points. Bettie Sprow wao I a new admin- confuted by the Starke
undefeated season they istration be eath week for four ronseeutlve -
ended with a 26-15 victory the high for Triest with a 551 building. lodge / I* 9m. ,Friday !In weeks in The Bradford

d previous week.It I. set while Phillis Brown paced the p ssley Lake Cemetery. County Tiated Telegraph.at :Starke; Bradford

was the Tornadoes' sixth Murrhee with 443 I Civil War Bock -IJals ('ounl). Florida this S3 day of
against three Neoma Nelson and Bettie November 19 J.cincriT .
losses this season Available I. Robertson Jr., ex-
; Jek-Value in Town ] and their fourth shut-out Sprow tied for high series of" : eCiVC director of the presilltlalappointed Charles A. Darby Clerk of

Biggest PHILCO COURIERPORTABLE this year. It, also leaves CoachHurse's 5 51, while Alice Resch was The commis- the Cirr-uit Court, Bradford
Civil War Cen- ( ('ounl)'. Florida.
charges with pushing close with 548. Mary
only Class tennial on. Bj Charles A. Darh ". Ci.-rk
Commission )
,,school :.Gainesville High, Watterson totaled SOt has announced -I| The booklet may be obtained 1 11/27 It li: 19IVMTA'IKIN
: TVI TV't of "Th ,
; PH1LC'O on'the will be schedule. The con- standingWon Lost I Ii Civil War," a handbook: d? 1 1i without charge from TO HID HY
played in I
Triest 261.: 13 the
signed primarily for : U. S. Civil War Centennial STATE HCIIISIM! \.:
T ji Cool Chassis this eleme/
Wednesday night, 24 16
Gateway tary and high Commission Washington ('O'UII't! sii\
Model $$11988 November 27, the last day of Starke 66 23 17 dents. school sf. 25, D. C. Competitive Sealed: Bids will.
school before l ht' reived by th.tIvislon < f
t ,. .. -- COOLHASSIS 2600BL weekend. Thanksgiving I D&W 22hii 17' The 64-page bookbt Contains Institutions until U:-i)0 A. :\I.
Goodman 21 19 78 EST on date shown for the
I Statistics/ & doublepage'm..," In The Circuit (Court I-I-htll: sale of surplus property.DeoHmher .
Andrews 18 22Murrhee illustrations and dis-55011* Judicial Circuit, In .Ami For 2. 1963: -Pine Gum
PHILCO STARtlTEJ9"NEWEST t'ke G ti 17 21 I of such major aspect t0f .the Bradford County, Florida.In and Scrapings.Bid .
First Downs 22 &. Chamerjo.. 13-::::> Blanks, Conditions and
Sleepy Hollow 14 26
COMPACT' rushing 19 41 1861-1865 conflict /causes, United States Sholl Homos, Spw.ifications may be obtaiu.-d
I I military campaignnavies, Inc.. a Corporation Plaintiff from State Purchasing Commi -
passing i 4 j -vsWillie: Lee Pierc-e and Lula
LicensesThe eaders, ' Cool Chassis penalties 2 1\:\Marriage diplomacy, anr Pierce Defendants. State Office Buildin,
Yds. Gained soldier life ani flet3r's le- NOTICE OP SALE Bloxham Street Winir Hooiumi -
1 258
$ 088llodel rushing, 109
( TV $1'SL Yds. Gained 14 \ County Judge's office gacy. Suggeste-U: ?. .tog1' lists Notice is hereby given pursuant :!:!, Tnllahassce. Florida.
passing 86
to a Final DE'cr.'e of Foreclosure

8 K. Siller
issued i 14 marriage licenses follow # .'
;' I ''k TwuLaddr \ 3500BE Yds. Lost penalties 60 45 each s&on, dated rrov. 21. 1961.: and EX"I'UtiDlr..tor
r kk.. ._.. Passes Completed '2-9 7-11 during October to the follow- Author of t booklet is Dr. entered In Chancery ('asE'0) I .. t Jt, 117:
13.275. of the above entitled : t
S Passes Int. by 20 in2'- .Deoole. : __n.
I- --
/ rwoenM Sen -'- CHOICE Fumbles Lost by 0 1 Robert Fred Stalnaker,.'and :,,..

OF Punts 3-29 3-35 Ha Mae Crapps; Henry A. :7 ,'r1Jt1ugl

Score by quarters: Johnson and Hazel Retha Grif-

; BLONDE ,Starke 060 7-13 fis; Arthur Bobby Alvarez and
Green Cove !! Di1EDuntsl.
0000 0
ru.CQ443 Ida Sue Kerce; Robert Hugh
LI' ii 00 : Scoring summary Starke-T. Allridge and Made Jeanell :
::Gardner | TD
a one yd.
) Phillips; Philip Wayne Clark
Full Featured tjL'
plunge L.-Crawford
i three :yard plunge. EP: M. and Lois Jean Kaufmann;

COOL CHASSIS TV ff1AJJJII1j I Frick, 1 kick.Battered. frank Mack Herndon and l. On Typewriters

,,I Hazel S. Brenner; Ernest Tyson ,

12988 and Eva Mae Rhodes), :
ONLY 90-Day Service i at no cost to
9S yon] etfX
.. Howard Walter Meyer and B
...\ 7
PMca Mimib to sacs annul Ul ) BHS S
199 ckjut to 90 d.,. fan ti&itgt. leviiriocMu ty Jane Morgan; Gerald Aliif
( >| ma tub) ot m Mrt u !rt4cemnf ;
bite .11_ mtwfHd akinuslup I .e '
or Mtcnils. CiUmta feted Ray Tub*- _ _ _ _ _ _ _ McKinney and Charlotte Joa/
wanted ddihoMl! UM_IIIL WwaitVted.s Karpus. '
apM. itoiyt Compact nd Pwtitdcs mot.be. allied PHILCO 9-CU. FT. Marrage license applic9fl.
.to MtlMftit\ ***.or sonct laubM, ;
made so far in Novemb1',; !

_TofYtni of Satisfaction, CHOOSE PHflCO..'.famous for quality REFRIGERATORModel I Continued From Page One] Willie Washington, SlSt a )te

and Metta Harmon 4Starke:
;44O I
PHILCO. SPECIAL 00STEREO at halfbacks and Gardner or Jeff Raise 23 Glen-St! ; Mary --
$1' 67" Douglas ,
or senior George See- t m, 21.
WITH RADIO RS932 and Lillie Mae Co jn$ <
$1 7Q887TIECE ley at fullback. ;**'
F.M.: & A.M. Console 1 Ten seniors will be Starke. "
Philco 12.2 Cu. Ft.
Philco 14 Cu.Ft.FREEZER, Marriage licen Application! ?
their final'
game for the Tor-
2-Dr. Automatic
Doris Denn
for this week#?
nadoes; they are Jimmy
Ja/ksonville and
Miller 38,
BEAUTIFUL NYLON Refrigerator Dowling
Alvarez Mike Richard AlnWi.SSe11, 31, Jack-
Maruca, Joe Gardner Henry ,
LIVING.ROOM.SUlTE sonville; Car.Bdward
: $9995 525497 $215 97 Thornton Harold Bishop, ., 26, JacTUOnrille and Phyl- .
Leonard .
George See- lis Rae Whit 20, SevernId..;
I ley, Mike Waters
and Tom "
__ i Philip Cronkhite. 52. : '
> '
: k'i I Gardner. Starke, $#Mary Sue Thomas, r ew!
Tornadoes '
place 30 Gene .; Ala.
:. i-ii their to SMITH C.1RDvA.
Model<< V/J32 O- 6-3 record on the line
:. r against a team which has on'y ., 1IEJLBRONJflAPTIST
4 Programmed been tied by Palatka 6-6 and I *- CHURCH PlusFeitures STERLING

',, ). Automatic 10 LB.. Capacity Orlando Boone O-O. The Hurricanes ,

----- Wash Cycles who Tornado Coach! Sunday School. 10 a. m.itorping Mll-sizt Srotdard Ktyboard Kert'i a portablj thofs GOT III) tig offici ryptwriUr I..-
Speeds David Hurse Fag' Cog tvrtt at lOW COST. Ptifcct fcr .tud Mi. Mark improve.

wi: '. Automatic! PHILCO' far the best says team have in theschool's fa?!,!! Worship, 11 a. m. Touch StUdorAHD Grades! riw.Th* Smith-Corona Stirling-a typewriter's '1Ft-
Filter-Dispenser t : .Training Union. 7 p.m. Eve- 'writer-guaranteed t* lab the homtwerk out of fi m.worl.
: '; :' Exclusive history had to comefrom Choice of Calori Como i in. Set it. Try it. Yealt rwlly want a Suiting. .
; BallPoint
." niny
:1 Worship. ,8 p.m. PrayerMeeting .
behind in the final mm-
; \_ Balance! WRINGER-
'p ,.. utes to tie howevei
I ...tt. ; eliminates PaIatka, c con Wednesdays 7:30 p.m. .
\' harmful a punt return by their Rer. Charles Harvey paster Smith Corona Smith CoronaCORSAIR
$ :i vibration!! andbanging. WASHER touted halfback Fred Hexvfft*

t. son. Palatka toppled the Tpr-' I CLASSIC

V --- wash handles loads toughest and ONLY \ nadoes 21-0. /. son but is also a threat- .

": never cuts off Henderson has received wide i Quarterback Randy Wyatt Lowest Priced FulFeatured! Key-Set TabulatorPortableWith
: -
1 ... because of publicity as the Hurtfo&es i I number 11, a 145 pound senior \ An Outstanding

4 off.balancetnging $$1888' best backS He is A thjh&t togo :, is an excellent passer Tab Key At This Price.Buy

all the way anytiSK? and I and runner a good team leader Reg. 79.35 '

T. can the pigskinVjls welL faker to boo:. ,
pass ,I and a good Reg. 115.50SchoolSale
H --Y He wears numeral' ;;'on his j Smallest man on the bi:? Back To I

U. H. Nasworthy $188 1 -. __ .__ S jersey, plays left /jialfback:, I Hurricane forewall is a 175 \ 6500. Back To -

W. T. and is a 163 pouiisenior.. pound guard named David QrOO

Another halfback;Don Spanjler ...I' Fuller. but another guard: School 1 Sale 1 '11:1

also a 168 pound senior', 220 pound Jay Wilson number :
Plus Tax
is also very fast and 62 and a senior; is toatd; Plus Tax

r$ PHILCO APPLIANCES AND FURNITURE throw the balL"Playing cat;1 as the best lineman. He is a '

half as running mate to Hen- nominee for high school All- BRuIDFORDCOJJNTY'
derson. Spangler is not asi i.1 American and plays lineback-. TELEGRAPHI
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; THURSDAY: NOV. 28, 19G3 .
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,_ I I .. :;. '. ':!.-; :,, ; i. : :
I II iI I ; '. .; :
r, 1j. .
a Communities ,.
Third '
Circuit '

! .. .;'0"."l;.:..,.;,-. .," "tf": Quantify 'Rights "eRservaJ..: '..:- .. y. ., ..;
Often Afflicted \ .. r,.... Good thru ''November 30th,. : : :
'1 ,f WIN;* C\IE:: .s'csks. INC.'I. ''- -

I Judge Needed t By 'Gimmeitis' [.. C'r -r-Iu t.J. '1 xf

I i .
f tip .
! Continued From Pace 11 t fr Community Developer j, .4a '

George Simons of Jacksonville i( .. '
and "sees" and "hears" the defendant f I-
+, told Florida Crown
in person. Council members here last t
"We have met the legal requirements .
week that many communities l $>
of the State, but f.
are afflicted with "gimmeitis
the need for another judge is !
> ,rn
from Washington" when "do- t w z /
the most important thing,
would -,1
Thomas said. "Justice delayed it-yourself

: is justice denied," he added. sufficeS I'
Pierce m.ons. who helped plan .. "-
I Attorney George commented -
I that "clients sometimes Starke streets 40 years ago, ; .
I think spoke to the 15-ccunty group, 1 MIn "
we lawyers are procrasti- '"
J" ,
here last Thursday | "
x session .
nating on their cases. But, we : ,'. ...

can't get hearings any sooner." "....1a'f 'f! ,,!.._ t l.'lit..:... about projects a community |. "
To meet the legal requirements ; can do for itself. .. '
that *c ,.'. .' L\ 0
\\l fo a third circuit jud E\ The speaker }

' Bradford, Alachua, Union Baker Good Guess! communities can undertake it .' .. ;
1,0r \-
Gilchrist and Levy counties projects, such as an 'economy | ""

had to have 125,000 persons study, by compiling available |! .. r "
Ed Dahmer (right) presents One A. Wiggins with an Admiral ; 0
j plus one. statistics that cost practically | ::. ,.
i the '.. "" """ -'V< V
I; In three'yearssince the 1 portable television for coming closest> to guessing nothing. He said that a "land a I L$':.'<> '''':::':''' ''''' '>'''''' '

1960 'ensus--area counties correct number of inches on spools of thread in a jar at Dah-'! use survey" can cost very liti .< ".."
have grown 15.1 per cent pop- mer's recent Fair exhibit. Wiggins' guess was 499,975. tie if volunteer workers are *, t:./ : J''o' 4-J I .>'>;.>'qifl. Jff
ulation-wise, and have passed I i Actual measurement was. 497,000. used. |.' i t
.hA LUC IQKAArt......vvv mark. 1 I I I ."This kind of survey is the'' I I, &,! It. I
Bradford, with 4.5 cent late in black suit, shirt awl ;' -.",,
per "
t Simons ,. ,
basis for zoning, :; A GREEN 'rt
increase in population, has add- j,Teen :i shining black shoes with :a : said. "Communities can then ..':'' '>4">:, STAMPS ,.ii, .F
ed an additional 554 residents SpeedersI cross around his neck, was I ': it',. ::i.,.".., ,.". ".',,<'i":..
and how "
subdivisions '
regulate }::;' ;:<
in three years. Alachua county | I sentenced to five days in jail ', they are to be developed. ''k .,.,."1..,".;".1 "<.... .: 'o'o'0', '"- r..uL:.!: '-

recorded the greatest growth i! Are JailedTwo i or a fine of $35 for speeding. I Simons is considered one ,
with a 19 cent increase reminded him of
per Judge Yawn of the nation's foremost development t LiMIT 6 WITH $5.00 ORDER OR MORE.BISWTS.
in population in three years. I II j "setting an example for his consultants, and

All six counties showed an In-I teen-age boys were congregation." :' has helped plan many areas ." '. .....

crease. sentenced to three days in U of F Student in Florida. He has a B. S. degree .... ,
Permanent members
of Florida stu I
A University
Jail to be
County spread from .
] in engineering '
committee traveling the cir '
also sentenced to
over weekends by Judge Institute of
I cuit conducting hearings in 1 spend the next fiv; weekends: |
Theron Yawn\ in County
Technology, and was past
each county are: Chairman Court Tuesday in County Jail for speeding.'IHe \j .
for the
chief of engineering '
Osee Fagan and Finley Cannonof ,
lecture on I zYYalYYnaYA.81W"
also received a 'CAN
Judge Yawn laid down SanitaryEngineering
Florida Bureau of
Gainesville and John A. To-
Yawn- '
lecture "deadly" P.j "respect, from Judge
He also holds
rode, Starke businessman.
things [automobiles] and J A State Trooper appearing I'' Civitan International's high-

gave three days in jail so they: I to testify on a case, com- est honor, and has served as
could "leflect" on the "act" mented that he wished a few I
Issues the organization's presidentCar I
Lawtey I I.I I handle
!f they had done. other judges would .a j ,':' -Of,
court like Judge Yawn. "I've 4r7..py1gL.ul11. a.
.I The boys, both in high I Il' l
i 'school were caught racing on caught people doing 100 miles Ownership .'.... ..
10 Be Aired I' j I 1
Highway 301 North and admitted an hour and end up gettin. f" .:k 1 ,>
off with a $25 fine," he said j >

p. h. ,They to driving were driving over 80 sid m.-I' i In I ::
[Continued Prom Page 1] Up County :j
Willie Loses S'd
by-side and one "l;ft the iI i .;tw
I I i. scene" when law officers appeared !License War I I :
One Lawtey citizen put it ;; I The family car has had A

this way: "All we get now for I;i One of the boys work I II In County CourtNegro bigger impact than usual, in .
our tax is
money garbage j I I! afternoons and owns a car i I the past few years on Brad-
pick-up once a week, and a I,,i He was accompanied in court i iI it Willie Washington i ford County's economy. ;'

, little grass-cutting" on the'''t I b? his parents. Judge Yawn just can't seem to win his Automobile buying has
city streets. !! ? d
with "licenses. rN ?s
war with local
j admonished the parents for soared in the county -
Opinions Differ I I!I allowing the boy to have Willie and Metta Harmon : residents replacing their

Another debated issue ts'i'j i such a deadly plaything" I applied for a marriage licsni: l! older-vintage cars with newer =

whether Lawtey's marshall I I I He asked the boy how earlier this month. It hasn't i models. I i I

shall be elected, as at present, "would you like it if someone been picked up yet. And, I Also in step with the current 1
or appointed by the mayor else were driving like that: looks like it won't be for a-I I. trend many families uSNa.1 1 White Suber's Fancy Dry Cured Reg. 59*

with approval of the council. and killed your parents?" I while.: I have become two-car owners i;
Mayor Shuford favors appointment I Speeding MinisterA Willie, who is on life parole for the first time i 1
"It seems to me." under the supervision of the" !I of autos a- 1sz
The number
I II i Negro minister, immacuI : I POTATOES / SLI. BACON
he says, "that when the mayor Florida Parole Commission, round, as a result, is at a 1
I has charge of the police 'I'' pleaded guilty to three ,. record high. There anI
department he should also charges in County Court ; for 1e iV
also believe a man who is i i I enough available new .
have the authority to hire: on the Council should get out 'Tuesday. :i i every man, woman, anti child' =. Here is 'a bacon with ,:

and fire the marshal. Other- ;: and look for improvement; Two cf them involved "li :I I in the local area to be car ; i. the full, rich .hickory ::
wise, the marshal feels he can 1; that would help the town, censes" 'i i borne at one time. In. J> fact,! 1 0 L6. J '.' smoked flavor! that? only .. 3 9 ,, -.
run the job to suit himself and get around and talk with Willie was caught dririn; the entire local population .k BAG ,.. : old.fashfoned' cUring, .L'7'B. ? ?l

and the mayor has no authority -:'I the people and not wait till[ i a car without a license ani 1 cculd be carried in just the .- : can give. Special Intro, t.j' =

to enforce his orders.' 1 election time to clean the I,1 I displaying the license of his I i front seats alone. i ij i .due tory -Offer. ,

Candidate Turner on the: streets and repair them,I fiancee's dead husband and j: According to a recent broad :. !

other hand takes an opposite I Make this an all-year job. 1 the-all influence the while of driving intoxicants.under I:'survey on the distribution of I Ii !: : ".? .. '. t't'1'" -. "::::,,>; > '':' "-, ..' .; ;; ,".pi",. '...z" f; 'h, .," .'_,. .'-, :",\' $"tt:r.,}.a'.L
I the n.1ion.I .
view. "The people should I am in favor of a fire truck ,. cars throughout
have the right to elect their for Lawtey and as long as I:j Willie was sentenced to COI i it was found that the ratio, :j' '
own marshal" he feels. am on the City Council or a !I days in jail or U5!)' for druns; in Bradford County, reached SAVE 51/2C EACH VAN CAMP Limit 3 with $5:OO order or more.

"Then, if they don't like what citizen I will work for this. If | driving; 10 days in jail or $50 !: 131 cars per 100 families as') h '

he does, they can always ask places like Fairbanks and: | for displaying another license ; of the beginning of this year iI j ji Elgin Yellow Solids Porl Beans 9-
for his resignation- I ;Middlebur can afford a fire than his own; and, $25 or 5das i It was a bigger ratio than : { & 300 CAN :

I truck I know that Lawteyi in jail for driving with- was reported for most parts j:

i out a license. !! of the United States-118 i'; .
I II I All this means that Willis families. The SAVE 1 10,* EACH THRIFTY MAID Limit 2 please
I am in favor of city water, ,! cars per 100
NOTICETO I and I would like to see a :I violated his parole, and, according -,' ratio was 127 per 100 in

I study of this made 'and' let;., be to getting Parole married Officers,for hewon't ; Florida. ''I''I'I Tomato Juice 46-oz' 19t '
i contained
the freeholders vote to see if i The figures are CANt

THE VOTERS OF LAW they want it, and I will continue i awhile either. | in a market study covering I II Limit two .
TEY i I i even part of the nation, con- '!j
: to work for this. with
$5.00order SAVE 3'/2< EACH STANDARD Limit 3 with order
or more.
I am a candidate for reelection -| Lawtey is in a good location Mrs. E. D. Clark | ducted by the Standard Rat ormore. h $5.0p?

to the office of City ( to grow, and If everybody and Data Service. 1 I i

Councilman in the City Election i will work together we I\Accident Victim 1 The growth in car owner-I 1 Tomatoes 9"

Dec. 3, 1963.I can build a better Lawtey. I I ship reflects the rise in living 303 CAN
believe who is I standards. As families move 000
a man running Your vote and support appreciated Jacksonville'Mrs. j I .
for the job as Councilman not just at election l/n upward on the income scale,
SAVE 8,: EACH O'SAGE FREESTONE Limit 2 please. '
should be for progress, time, but all year long.Thank as has been the case l .
net just try to get on tha i you 1, Eunice Dees Clark', 73,i' their ability to buy: cars allY'1 Morton Frozen Apple

(-C'ounril to__ block nrocrpss.. _.._ __ LESLIE______. PTIII.LIPS! ,|! of Jacksonville a f frequent proves in direct Peache' 19"J.p.
> '
-. | visitor with her three sistersin The result has been a net NO-t CAN
I Starke, 'was killed Monday increase of 9.9 per cent In 0

Elect night when struck down by a I passenger car registrations in'
.1E 5 I
pick-up truck on the Jacksonville :; Bradford County between.: :

Expressway; in Arling 1961 and 1963. ,This is over''
't. I, .
iii. L. TURNER and above the number that 4 481.
ton.Mrs. GIArlr
Clark had just return-'I were retired for old age t't'I Detergent: '
: ed to Jacksonville after visit- \I Such progress is important ,

the th her to the local as a
in economy
ing afterp.oon.w
SAVE 6K2 EACH HUNT'S Limit 2 lease. .' .
FOR sisters here, Mrs- Lorenzo D j I wh 1e.- When car'' sales areI : ,
MAYOR. Green. Mrs. C: D. Williams,.I high other businesses benefitas '

and Mrs. Henrietta Hunt. Another :well. Employment pay 19 .
/ sister, Mrs Irene Johns, ; checks and profits in dozens I Ctsup' BOTTLES :
: .d Fla. '' ...... ,e
.;. Lawtey lives in Green Cove. Springs.Mrs of allied' fields get a lift from .. ,' .. -_. "' .
Clark was employed n it. lC ; ". __ :- .. ;"" promises Fair,, Impartial. and Businesslike. conduct Jacksonville as housemother I Much of the credit for the .! ,---j ,
of the affairs of our ('It.,:. If elected.. 'he 'will, apprfciateyour of the men's dormitory ;dt : recent boom, in automobiles ; :
advice, and you will bo welcome at all times to, discuss Jones Business College in the in:the: U. S. ,.is given. to thetrend '.;' '''' ... i4AKQ

\\ him any problems concerning our, city's welfare. Riyertcn Tower; Arlington j I toward multiple car _
i ownership.: At present, according -
According ,to information
Your Vole On Dec. 3 Will Be AppreciatedPd. received here, she had just to'' the market: researchers # 0tJ
( Pol. Adv.) ., there are 11,300-
arrived in Jacksonvilleb
000 families who more ,
>7 bus from starke and: was .
: than one car That is. nearly THRIFTY MAID ENRICHED I Mn.J VACUUM PACKED .
I,, walking to the college whir '( M.II -
I four times as there
1 many as j
the accident occurred. The "I Ij
Gas Genie says: driver of the truck said that were 10 years ago. Evap.MiIk na ww Astor pA
j How much traveling is be* I Coffee "
an automobile in front of him *
'I ing done in all these cars? ,
put on brakes and he
tsk THOSE .
: The average driver goes about .
the car was getting ready to '
make a turn. He started a- I|I 9.500 miles a year, the figuresshow. TALL CAN 1-LB. CAN
i i II i tI .
WHO round the car and Mrs.. Clark .
I Bradford County drivers !
on Limit 10 please.
stepped out into his path before SAVE 10 .
he could stop,the driver j that basis cover more than
., KNOW said. I i 43 million miles annually. '. .,

Funeral services111 beheld I 'HIGHLAND:

Jones Memorial Chapel with

Did you know that 99 out of 100 hotel and restaurants In the ,! Rev Jchn R. Brabham,pastor j: Sunday School 9:45 a. m. M i..S 1 t LB. r

United States use gas for cooking Why is.ga there.choice? : of. the Firs Methodist .I:Worship service 11 a. m. Night I. I CAN '' :

JChef who are responsible for .preparing good, food know i Church, officiating} ; .Inter. services,7 p. m. Prayer Meeting '
that gas brings out the goodness and appetizing appearanceof I ment will follow:' _in Bethel ,each Wednesday p. m. Limit 8 please. JHOUS Limit 1 with $5.00 food CJ
.Cemetery, near Mayo with !!,r I Ij j tcI1t 1fF1
: order
food and they know It's faster, cleaner,.more dependable : more.
gravesidd rites at 3:30: p: m,. j LOXG BRIDGE .I
and more economical. Isn't it logical that should switchto
you conducted by Rev N.. W., j COMMUNITY CHURCH ,per
Natural Gas? Vause.

Sunday School 10 a. m:
Mrs. Clark was born in

STARKE NATURAL GAS ; Mayo on Nov. 28. 1889: She Morning Worship. 11 a. m. ; t. .., .' .

I CITY HALL PHONE- 964-2351 sras-a dist Ch tlI".h. !.the-Metho Evening McCorm'ick"pa5lof.Service. 7 p. m.Wiifbrd :.--. -- -" ...:'. ..,' ,-_-' -. -- -- - ,. I .' c.w..r.--------------..JI;.. ,.t. ..iit:, _.....,.. ....t_ .

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,, '-,'" .--..,,',"' f Christmas Mail \ facilities have been expanded, tbp T ; '1,!,;:; e'_ : ,:''"; _:,.','", I 1, I publicity for this area at the'' McDaniel Pleads 1?

ample help will be available ; ; : -..-.'., .'." ," ':.."""',.','; ,I 1 ii]Fla Development World's Fair opening in New : JAX 200
'Requested Early I It \ and everything is geared up .. .--- :;*L. I,,",". York in April. He slit the i, Not Guilty In
to handle a record: Christmasmail I Deve-cmnt Commission isworking
Bad Check Cases
t 'By Postmaster this yearT ". Commission Is on a plan whereby J:

The entire holiday: mailing ;, ... 1 :small counties can participatein I' James Oliver McDaniel Grand National
period is a big battl against I j the Fair.
On behalf time. Een t I operator: of Hack's Boby Shopen NEW CAR RACE
of postmasters though Chiistmas The Jacksonville representatives -
'at Target For BlastA : U. S. 301 North pleaded :
Hampton Graham, Law is almost a month away b.v announced plans for 20 TO 25 CARS
not guilty to 11 charges of ,
[ tey, Keystone Heights, Lak the calendar, it is Christmas : I Dbservance of the 100th anniversary ; Drivers such as:
passing bad: checks in County '
Geneva, and the post off ic' every day at the post office t .u'PTON fLA t blast at the Florida i J of the Battle o! 1 Junior Johnson-63 Chevy.'
Da- Court Tuesday, but did !
I! at Starke, Acting Postmaster from now on. F-- .. ; _
Olustee, Florida's only real;
velcpment Commission: was plead guilty to speeding. ;\ Richard p(tty-6S PlymouthNed
1 Blake Jackson has issued the The postmaster advises: _ _ 'w' leveled Florida i 1 battle of the CivilVar.. The: !
I by Crown Sheriff P. D. Reddish mada :! | Jarrett-63 Ford
following statement Don't take chances mailIng ;! i I
on pn t observance will be held in the
L Council member Howard: Hill "flying" trip to New York 1 Tiny Lund-63 Ford
Christmas mailing: poorly wrapped .packages.Use 'L t(Gator Bowl Feb. 22. \
j at the
I' council's
quarterly! | earlier this month to pick up Buck Baker-63 Pontiac
The eany mailing of all sturdy corrugated mail- ,
The next quartnrly meeting ,
meeting here last Y.
Thursday. McDaniel in Corning N. I,
,C rjstmas cards and gifts i ing cartons, plenty of heavy The Staike-Bradford County will be held in February at ; McDaniel had ben missinj'' Joe Weatherly-63 Mercury

,the biggest single factor in wrapping paper and strong II 'Palatka. I I, David Pearson-63 Dodge
Chamber of Comni3rce ho.ted about six weeks. :
gejng{ all mail dfliveied before cord. Cartons containing ssv- I .
the meeting. McDaniel has eight misdemeanor -
Christmas.: Post office eral gift packages should! ba I I 200 LAPS
f'i i, Hill, a community developer charges agains him
well stuffed with tissue or oil:' FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
.J---- : \ for the Jacksonville: Chamber for writing checks under $1CO I practice and time trials
newspapers to cushion the
.... of Commerce, said "'['he and three felony warrants out I 1:00 P. M.
I contents- __ Florida Development Commis II. Walton Grady, Minister him for writing
I If you have articles' unusual -j .. RACE STARTS 3:00: P. SI.
I. _
T WRY : : sion is becoming the biggest I checks over $100
size or bulk, better check _
I State-supported Chamber of Week of Dec. 1-7: I County Judge Theron Yaw Sunday -- Dec. 1st
with the '
post office before
--L II III I II Commerce around:: and is out- I Sunday Sunday School, placed McDaniel's case on JACKSONVILLESPEEDWAY 'I
attempting to mail th m. Th j I
raaneuveiing: the real State the court docket for trial by
9:45 Morning W l'ShiP.1 i
limits of size, and weight cfi I II : a m.
IS I Iwbere I i Chamber of Commerce. jury in County Court in Jan- '
packages vary depending on 11 a. m. Youth Fellowship I
"I'm old enough to remem- on the eight Misdemeanor -
- uary
: Try to you send are your mailing Christmas from.! I Home And Hampton Long S'nonymos-- ; ber the New Deal, and the 5:30 p. m. Jinior Choir Practice charges. Judge Yawn will I -

: i Development Commission has 6:20 p. m. Evening Wor- hold a preliminary hearing to
THERESO i cards by first class mail, I II
the same drum-beat," Hill ship, 7pm. determine if McDaniel will l
: using the new five cent I
Closing Of added. "Spend more grow Thursday Senior Choir appear before Circuit Court
i I Christmas tree stamps, and eDeepO5Follows
: i be sure your return name and more. They're competing with Practice, 7 pm. I on the three felony charges

I address, including your Zip private industry- Friday Session Meeting,! McDaniel pleaded guilty tJ EXTRA SPECIALExclusi'e
The charge came after the 7:30: p. m. : speeding and was sentenced to
Code number, is on each : : suburban CB home.
: Christmas card envelope. I National TrendOnce council reported Commission that the had Development three days in County Jail. 3 br., 2 .bath f ;" family & liv

- ; Before you mail your I rm, cent. heat, HW floors inter -

i' MUcH.MONTH i Christmas cards, secure free I said that co-operative printing com.. garage gas & elee.

I labels from :your local post an important "inter Besides the tourists, Hamp- : little waiting room with a of advertising brochures : WANTED PECANSTOP I large wooded lot 1600000..
office which read, ""All. for change" for touiists from the ton was a lay-over point for cast-iron stove and wooden for towns might be the heap- 3630.00 down, bal. $90.00 moon
communities' -
I Local Delivery" and "All for west, coming into Florida, railroad men, who would seats with iron arm resti. eat answer to small I bal. VA 5 ft%; Mtg. Immediate -

i! Out of Town Delivery," so the Hampton railroad station make the hotel their headquarters Tacked on the wall beside the problems. of adequate PRICES FOR QUALITY j possession. A J

: that you can sort your cards -another victim of changing and in strawberry ticket window would be'n supplies.The Thomas Realtor.

|1 into bundles, with the addresses times closed its doors season the hotel also played or two bunches of long bill l? Florida Crown Coun- NUTS ,I

I all facing one'ay, November 21 and will soon host to eight or ten strawberry advertising excursions or :.1 cil is composed of Chambersof i
; LEFT from 15 north-
.i thus expediting handling. be moved or dismantled.J. buyers. In those days: local church supper or social- Ccmmerce

1 i We urge you to. send all W. Horne Seaboard: the railroad station had a ble." east Florida counties, incluJ- J. R. WAINWRIGHT ,: FOR SALE 1963 Mode!

Christmas mail gofrg, long agent there since 1933, said large wharf, used for ship- Faced by dwindling passenger -' ing Bradford. House trailer 8' by 30'. Small!

:H AT ; \instances before' Dec. 10. "I: hate to see the station go," ping strawberries. This has traffic and rising costs, Vice President Ham Gordonof FARMERS MARKET I down payment ani take over
of the
Follow! up promptly with but acknowledged there was since been torn down. railroads are now attempting Palatka, in charge Phone 964-8511 Starke, Fla. II I the payments. Phone 964-

I I,cards and gifts for local de- little business now to justify Mr. Horne recalls that to sell, or modify for other meeting, gave a report on i.H I 6563.. Up
_nrnnnspri _methods_ of _getting: _
livery. Mail often and earlier continued operation of the when he came to Hamptonas uses, many of the most fam- m u .

H: THE for a merrier Christmas agency. Passenger business is agent in 1933 the town hada ous terminals in the country. '

I Zip Code numbers for this practically nil, while express pretty good payroll from as well as the village depots.: 'I'IO

!,area are: Brooker 32622: and freight shipments have the railroad, including a car Goes UndergroundNew :

I Hampton 32044; Lawtey been taken over largely by inspector, a signal maintenance York's tremendous

END 32058; Keystona Heights truck transportation.The man, and two section Pennsylvania station, a beloved

32656; Lake Geneva 32660 picture was vastly different foremen in
1 ; addition: to tlr landmark, is being de.
1I Statke when Mrs. W. B. Alexander J
32091. agent. From a persona' molished and
: I' "We have b advised that first' came to Hamptonas standpoint 'he1 is, not disturbed a sports will center be and replacedby 33- : Words or less, one time _ .95 Memorials, Resolutions ..-- be per wait

OFConsolidate the correct address for Santa a girl some 65 years ago. by the closing since he ha:? story office feullding.: Th .' If not paid in advance __ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to SI words 2.51

Claus Is North Pole 99701. Hampton was buzzing with been with the railroad 4f terminal itself will be under- Keyed or Blind Ads _- .. 1.CO Over 60 words _________ 5c per wait 1

and Old Nick has said' ,he will torn ists, strawberry buyers, years and was about ready round. Each additional word over 20 03 Display ads io Classified 1-50 per tmft
I answer 'all letters." Jackson and railroad men. for retirement. He also own The
owners of Union
J E advised; MrsAlexander's uncle, R. t a grocery store at Hampton in MALE HELP WANTED FOR RENT-2 bedroom C3 I FOR SALE-2 bedroom house.
,Washington. D. C. of-
H '.' f.. 1',:_: *.",,:. "' M. Williams, had just built to which he will now devote f red .to sell ,it to the Federal Al'e'yoti looki; g for a permanet furnished house. ,East Laura Redecorated inside and out.
"r tl,, .,,'. No,Business the large frame-structure 20- more time. Government for $1, and '.a job or a change of St $50" per mo. in advance. I Good neighborhood. Easy

bedroom Hampton Hotel, and "I hate to see the town IOSP proposal was made' recenttJto jobs? Perhaps'you qualify for FIEI H. V. Knight.. tfch terms. W.:....H. Nollman.--.tfchg

: MONflflI Sounds' Good ,: her'mother. Mrs. M. L. May- anything, however," Mr convert it into a visitors! an opportunity' to learn the FQR SALE. 1 acre on SR Arnold Larsen

nard became its first hostess. Horne declares. "About all w? center exhibit'hali.In FinanceBusiness from the ---
tTo: Fire'Fighters "She served the first meal had left in the way of outside! and' I ground up. 'High School graduate tfead The Cl ssifieds! i 16,, miles. West. Bargain for WE HAVE a selection of used
Baltimore, the old 1 ,quick. sale. Phone 964934.. refrigerators. AH in working
,, there") 'Mrs. Alexander recalls. income was the railroad and desir d. Auto, necessaryWe
''' .
: Vnifc.: is the, only business. the Mount Royal Station was;I tfchg order for $40 up. SLADE GAS
pcst ficenw: there i!= have a good starting sal-
A junction p int. Hampton closed in 1961, while others FOUND AMONG THE -of STARKE, tfchg
Ij'Ij'a 'wrjere 'no business is'good at ,one time boasted two railroad just the post office left." ary, and auto allowance, Insurance MAID wants to work five!
business\ ,".commented"Starke have adapted ,to the times an4 CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL -
I stations-one owned br National Trend benefits, vacation days See 'at 925 Brow lee St
Fire, survived for other usesA HASTINGS MATTRESS
Chief RC.. Burord. AT THE TELEGRAPH[
the old F. C. & P. [Florida But Hampton is not alon> tower' of offices with pay. If you are willingto Itp

/The Starke' Fire Depthasn't Central &' Peninsular] and in the loss cf',its 70- dd yea' the valuable air now space:; occupies' above: -respond to direction and OFFICE FOR A, FREE FOR SALE, -. 3 bedroom' 2 & UPHOLSTERY WORK

'l week -.had- or" anybusinesg for..several'weeks I this one bv- the newer G. S. & F old railroad station. The pass Grand Central Terminal in looking for a career inquire TICKET TO THE FLdRI- bath, concrete blook houseon 710 Lemon St. ?al&tk*
I Georgia, Southern: .& Florida ing of the 01 ':tim2, "countrv New Town Finance Company, 144
II York, and in --Waterbury DA THEATRE. two lotsHardwood floors Furniture Repaired,
I helping with the'Brook'er The depot" has W. Call St., Starke, Fla.
F. c. & P. later became become, a national Conn, the, old terminal notf and central heating. Near
i \ : '.sfire.:, -". 1 the Seaboard trend which has tfchg Upholstered & Refinished
All .'./, Air Line now extendto houses newspaper? office. Mrs- Margaret Jackson Southside school. 'Plione: 969-
: Building, Permits .
and the two Hampton stations some cf the large.it'' stations I MATTRESSES REBUILT
Your BillsTown ; 'Building:jermits have been in the Fifty years ago,in 'Starke. FOR RENT 2 bedroorp FOR SALE- 3 BR, House,' 2455., : tfchj
: were merged country, including' New ; -
,""slow'I \'Jor .tfil:',, >ast'' twoweek* "4 York's famed Pennsylvania. one of the more 'exciting ,furnished house' on ,Kingsley baths, hardwood floors. overlooking NEW AND,USED..:.Chain sawi New Innersprings

also. Once Busy Place: pastimes was to ,meat tM Lake. Boat' and lath house. golf courseCall' 964- $50.00 up. Repairs all makes and Box Springs

Only'one 'new' building Airs. Alexander recalls that The passin! (If the old- .trains to see :who got.. on or $65 year round. Phone 964- 0255 after 7 p. m. 2tchg 'Ilfl4[ Lawn mowers sales and ser ,
: was' the G. S. & F. brougtit tourists style depot rrm.ivps moth* off at the old wooden depot! ,,'8544.. tfchg vice. .Your" McCulloch Dealei Drop Us A Card or Call
Finance .listed a home for $15,500, Six bit of Americana from the : PALATKA KA 59161
from the West, who national A 'hor e-pl'awn "hack" '"; SHOE SALE Ladies andchildren's Florida Saw Co": 19th Dri'A
o electrical(: permits nd.on, would then change over to landscape. TLe typical complete Wth, fringe, on thg ..FOR SALE: '53 Dodge. Good shoes $1.49. Men'rshoes N. ,East .Gainesville' Fla. 6- STARKE 964-5934

LOANS UP TO : plumbingpermit werfe. ,isSUd! the Seaboard at Hampton for village "d epo" has< been described top-met the train to condition and good tire $2.98 and $3.98 Ladies' 3411: -, tfch MilL PEGGY SILUJ nr.
carry -"-
I $600.00 for the past two weeks. destinations in South Florida. by Alvin F. Harlow] a passengers to the old Stark! $200. 143 N. Church Street. dresses $1.98 and $2.98. AH OWN YOUR HOME! No Starke, Agent

There was a 40-minute stopat railroad: historian: "A lor.? or CommerciaI'Hotel sevsra: Phone 969-1561.. 2tchg 11J23! new Mary Carter Paints, closing cost. Low monthly. J

144 W. Call Street Hampton, allowing time wooden platform vith a two. blocks from the station. To- I FOR RENT4 room and 321 N. Temple Ave.4tchg payments. Also houses and FOR RENT Furnished apartment -

I THE RIGHT POINT'tor. the for "freshening up"; and a wheeled or four. wheeled day the hotels are gone bath furnished apartment. 1128| apartments; for rent. See W. at rear of store. 321

Phone 9649091Starke way you' write. Come In and good }hot meal at the note'!. truck glumly inert somewhere the depot still remains, bur Phone 969-1185 between 4 p WANTEDExperienced sec H. Nollman, Starke. tfchg N. Temple Aye Call 969-2981.

Fla. select! your favorite ,ESTER- "We would feed 30 or 40 ; a little wooden building a spectator would I and 6 3tchg 12,5 tfcha
have to m. ;p. m. ._ retary. Shorthand and typing FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurnished -
BROOK fonnt-ln with ,
Pen."TELE- projecting -
E -- j every dar Mrs. Alexander I sit long time to .
a Box
=- .r see a ROOM FOR RENT Nice and essential. Write P. O. house. Newly painted -
GRAPH. Inside there wouM ba a si\'uffy LAKE GENEVAINDUSTRIES
says enger get on or off. 790, Starke. tfchg
'. -I clean. $800 per week. 148 N. inside. Large yard. Screened

I "' --- --.... Church St. Phone 961M561 COINS BOUGHT front and back porches.Mrs. ,: .

1 4tchg 125! EXCHANGEDI E. J. Dowling, 570 Wes: MOBILE HOMES \

ij i INSURANCEAT I current market value Call St. phone 964-4621. AUTO SALES

j REDUCED RATES for old coins: Indian Head .Itchg
Pennies, Gold Coins, Com-

WHERE YOU DOllARS BUY MORE i INSURANCE Phone 964-4501 AGENCY tfchgREGISTER memoratives.D Denver&W Medals.Auto R. Devrick Supply room.home. Acre 1 bath lot, more and acreage Florida "Always and CLEAN"Below Market

available, 2 ml. from town on
NOW for Adult 516 E. Brownlee St. Rd. 100 W. Phone 964-4164. OBEY That Impulse
SPECIAL BIKE SALE FOR CHRISTMAS Evening Classes. Mall course tfchg 4tp 11128! "Drive a I..ittJe-Save"

selections to Director Drawer aLot!
ESTAaLlSHEO LOST-Half Jersey cow and
:. 1904 100, Starke, Fla. Apply In per white faced calf. Lost at Santa FOR RENT- 3 bedroom CB Lake Geneva Mobile Hones
son, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. USO unfurnished house on E.
BOYS and G5RLS B2KE5]5 Fe Stock Farm on State. and Park
[rear]. Negro adults contact Laura 'St. $50'per mo. in ad-
Bearing Rd. 18. If found contact A.: 1 mi. South of Keystone '=:
"0 I. A i Prof. Thompkins, RJE High vance. H. V. Knight. tfchg
I ; School. tfchg Faulkner, Rt. 1 Box 56. Heights on Hiway 100
All bikes; factory tested and
Starke. 2pd ll21|
inspected. Make Your selection FOR. RENT OR SALE 3,. Joe Sistrunk
; NOW! bedroom house. HOUSE FOR REtfT 2 bed- Ready mix concrete, concrete .

i i"iii. Bargain'l room unfurnished. Walking block, house piers, sand, ceaent -
Near school, post GOOD RECONDITIONED
Call distance to Post Office. mortar mix, roct, steel
20" DELUXE BIKE \ Aersdynomic shopping area. Phone 964-2521. tfchg crater shell, limerock roof TYPEWRITERSFOR
(Shown cl tight) styled FOR after 5 p. m; 4tchg 11,28,! gravel. Bntelsl: BRADFORD SALE OR RENT
Hot trip I. bar from d iign, dc* \ Precision Built '
SALEHou.ce and 4& FOR SALE -Parcel of land ENGR. CO. Phone 964-2521 Late Model
lv"t ".adJij. .. drop l.rg. trenV! \ Easy to Pedal FOR
ChristmasA Road. N. of on 301 North. Business spot. Starke. tfcbg Smith Corona . 95.00
dependable, Saf toojter bfatei, \ Safe to Ride acres on Morgan i
air tirei and lwbl. Chi m" Starke. N D. Burn 'y, Rt. ?2 Close to* town. Good local Select Used
;rAT LecrntoRde; COASTER WAGONS and tourist trade. Phone 964-I . 70.00
hand! bar convert* tatily int JI ) Box: 56. 2tp 11123! BE SURE TO SEE World Book Royal KMG: '
,iris ..;a,.. on this Bike 99 Small Deposit 2465. tfchg I I before buying any other En' Select Used

\'E DetachableTrainer Wheels! $995 WiL'HoldYourr Insurance Problems?! WE BUY PECANS To., cyclopedia.'M. A.. Payne, your 1 1I Remington 'KMC 55.00
$3995 34"xI5.jI/2 1956
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) Purchase Call The Man From"TRAVELERS" prices paid. Warehouse b I XrBor'603 964-3794.
Punctjr?proof tires,Red I P. < Phone TELEGRAPHComplete
$2 week 9A Waldo and Gainesville. tfch*
Ir a $795
% -r& Wagon Body 28".13". George E. LaRue Farmer's Mutual Exchange.I f
a .. 34". Red with white stripes We Finance Our Keystone Heights Agt. For Phone Fr. 2-1095, 216 N. W. PEYTON FLORIST i Plumbing
: -i-; '11 THOMPSON ST.PHONE .
4 -: Own Accounts "Travelers. Ins. Companies 10th Ave. Gainesville. tfchg I

I TeL 473-4692 Day 564-4155 Installation & Repairs
-- S ) 9'r' ;NOFUSSNO I WHY PAY RENT? Own your I
473-4325 Nites. 1 Year Guarantee on New
I own Mobile Home. As low as' NIGHT 364-3891 or 36J-U22
I ,t At.ul. / BQTHERI Auta Fire Home. Businesi! Installations
$395.00 down. Use car,:
\ NO RED TAPE Monthly Payment Plan boat or furniture for down
% We Wire Flowers Anjwherstfchz Phone 964-2431 Nite or Day
Y4\[ H
; / Available payment TRAILER MART. :

ysIibIe Open An Account tfchg'lI INC.. U. S. Hiway 17 Box 468 I A. L. MERSEREAUand
tr Girls \\J TODAY M I East Palatka. EA 8-1050. tfchg EDWIN JOHNSFOR
I .9H : ?K-4e j For Monuments
24" or 26" 1K1t 776-W6-4 Check These Feoture5DELUXE NEWLY DECORATED furnished ,1 FOR SALE- Used plywood I'
apartments. One and 5c ft. like new, Markers Etc. I'
BIKE 'i .-W6-4 j 1.75 Balloon type tires YOUR CREDIT sq. Lavatories SALE-8 x 35: ft Liberty
bedrooms. Reasonable.
'26" Super-Deluxe and tubes., Safe and dependable : $10 each. Medicine cabinets, '
li k stand
Hat, CALL Excellent
headlight < I'I Trailer. for couple.
IS GOOD Lights and water furnished.Contact' !
Coaster Brakes. $3 each. Good used lumber
fttndii Coaiter Brakes, ell BICYCLE I
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Phone Keystone Heights
chrome rimi and handlebar.Crown $ Hat, Bendix' Coaster Brakes, 431 Center St. or used plumbing supplies. Jack. G., S. Newcomb
reinforced 'forll. Bali 4995 ; kick ,I phoae 964-7191 or 9S4-6551. |i Starketfchg -
adligKtv, carrier, stand. son Building Supply, Phone 964-0591
_..rinj conttrgction., Approved Chrome rimt and handlebar. $5995 tfch1ZIP PLANTS FOR SALE: Pansy.

reflectors. Ball bearing construction. Approved Gi ebb CODE STAMPS FOR ,' petunias tall colon calendula -
$2 a week reflectors. Whitewalls I S Funuuijre FOR RENT 1 bedroom BULLIXGTON APPLIANCESGood "

,"ley* .r Girls. $2.OOawee SALE AT BRADFORD COUNTY trailer Trailer lots with pa- used refrigerators televisions -!! and corn flower. ALJJ

DEALER FOR BADCOCK TELEGRAPH.FOR tios. Westmoreland Trailer washers, radios, etc-i 1 r shrubbery-Mrs. V. R. Per-

FURNITURE RENT. 3 rooms and Park. Phone 969-2151. tfchg Guaranteed operating order 1 i guson Raiford Road north of

128 S. Walnut-Old Park Theatre ,Bldg. bath furnished house. Phone FOR RENT Partially furnished I tfchg I Starke. Phone 964-5571 tfchl I

964-2261. tfchg 2 bedroom house. All Bradford County- The Com FOR. RENT Small furnished

WANTED Syrup kettle. newly painted inside. Easy ty of Planned. Progress stamp b use- Couple, 334 N. Thompson -

Albert Heath, Rt. 3, Palatka. walking distance of downtown $1.14 at Telegraph.- St. Apply Smith's Bait

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| cause they thought it was i f red a reception after the game. t
highly detrimental to thiI tI

: : : ;:: G1. ;t ik Farmer's DiaryBy G Fut-T; w I image of the school, and l,I rector Mr. Mathews staed that, our it Band was the di- I ti
*. looked
bad to tourists
,. ". '. \ i\ first time that he had ever.i ,
,-1. .' ,: .. .- ti 1 6b F passers-by. In the light oi >: experienced anything like it.i i i kF c. e
'< :. > Sam Y- this, of them ,
j' MeGarvey many started a i and was very pleased The ,:
.u <' move to have smoking don?
"'iI j Band members were delight-

1I I vaccine in the mass immunization away with all together. { eo upon hearing of it, last |

.' t .. .:, ",.. I drive on Sunday. ., When the bill to abolish i week and were eagerly looking -
I t .. J, smoking came up, it was introduced '1 forward to the chance t.::, :
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r",, ,. ii". On Friday after lunch w I as a resolution and i meet and talk with other:

f". -:..1 .' 1' Sam sat at his desk at the d I I then went to a committee t:> ;i band students. j ji i'I E

,1 *. Gainesville Sun, writing & I be studied. was to be decided -r i I would like to thank Green! .. fpf
.(. story for the Sunday edition there, on such matters ;;i Cove High Band fora very''' f
II I ; I of how the bill could '
be improved
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Then came the stunning near I gesture. i i ii ii
' I its possibilities andI f'
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'I I first by phone, and then, i BASKETBALLThe II'
Few of us will ever forget I I its faults.
." moments later over the wire I I' new season starts nex ,
last Friday, when another service. "President Kennedy j l! One of the first things the, -Tuesday night with a game
I' "shot heard round the world" I i li:
I committee did was to inter
and Gov- Connally were shot with Orange Park High, andit
took the life of President I r ''
today in Dallas, Texas, while I ';, view 'smokers' and none -I will be at home. The pIaers }-
John P.- Kennedy. It killed i 'i!i smokers to get their opinions
riding in a motorcade ."j have pledged an exciting
the President in a matter of In,the agonizing minutes that l' ALkS !,'Ion the bill and what it would and successful season. (
Gone Out' minutes, but it also struck !'followed the story of the I mean. Some of them said i
most of us, and we will carry tragedy unfolded until finally By Charles Phipps that. they would continue to Everyone is urged to come
out for the first to
its scar with us to our graves. smoke even it was made Illegal game

the dreadful news was flashed TilE SMOKINGSITUATION show the boys that we'll be
that the President was dead ; some said they would: behind
them all
There was no warning early leave the' campus to smoke season. There
for all Recently, a bill was introduced -.. are many exciting
who games
men in the week, of the impending and some stated that they ao,1
hoped for a just and better The rest of the afternoon into the Legislature' head of us, including the i
peace a world. tragedy. Farmers were would quit smoking if it become
was a nightmare. After work, providing for the abolishmentof Conference tournament I
The world is much the
poorer today. busy working their berries, so difficult to do it at ; now gives you
Sam drove home and was met smoking at BHS. It, oj Annual Christmas Tournament i 1
I I gathering and taking greens school. Others mainly nonsmokers -
1 to by Alice who in tears told course will have to go and maybe one of the SWEEPIiGSUPER
tending stock and indicated that th3
Of all she had heard of the through channels I play-offs. ,
words written or utteredon The tragedy many before i I
shame thought was voiced by doing other choresThe school had no right to restrict -
the tragic death of when she had turned on TV it will become effective It is planned to have
President John the Chicago Sun-Times when it said weather had turned warm again someone on this mat both j
: to hear the President it has not been
F. Kennedy, none was more heart- "Those who impugn the motives of after several coldsnaps speak. passed yet. ter. a regional and district tour FLOOR ,,HEAT!
breakingly true than those of our I and growers were hop- Together that night, we founda There is A current anve a- nament this year, instead of ,
Willy national The
leaders who exact specifications of
defy the courts, I consolation in our grief in mong a large number of students just a district Golden
it last
Brandt, Lord ing for rain to break a typical as was louvers in the
Mayor of West Berlin. distort the the bill are this: Simply, none f
operations of the the
United of
messages sympathy to do with smoking year. It is
fall drought. away likely that one of' heat outlet
Not are motor
only the United States, but the Nations or advocate which flooded in to the i will be allowed to smokeon
a change in our Cap on campus made up them will be held in Starke. driven to rotate back
world, indeed, is much poorer today form of government might not themselves itol from all over our country, mainly of Student Government the campus of BHS. and and
Political leaders gathered A SAD DAY forth
in sweeping
the loss of President Kennedy whose do and indeed, from all over the if they are caught doing so
violence but matters. It started with
brilliant they engender Wednesday at Senator will be subject to The reaction of the students the heat over your
fellowman intellect and concern for his the kind of hate that must have been Charley Johns camp and were world. the introducion of this bill from school.If a suspension upon learning of the floor. All new in performance -
can ill be spared in a world in the that which was the first step of attack 1
lined introduced to President
eyes up President Mayor Haydon the bill is passed by the on Kennedylast styling and
too full of befogged minds and general Kennedy in the cross-hairs of a rifle Burns of Jacksonville as a It is not for us to assess action against the problem Legislature it must then be Friday afternoon was colors, this new Sieg-

unconcern not only for other peoples, sight yesterday.'" candidate for governor. There the greatness of President The controversy started approved by the faculty and that of stunned silence ler gives you a new

but also for the trials of the world. ,And by the Charlotte Observer was talk of that race, and of Kennedy. We are only "little" when the smoking area was Mr Casey. That is all that it Most of the classes were interrupted dimension in heating

To borrow some tributes: when it said: ". there are those who others in the coming election, people, of no importance, and moved from the rear of the would take to make smoking and given the news comfort.

"John F. Kennedy had a warm lacking any real knowledge about how, and a lot of comment on thchitt'lings our opinion of him is a personal campus school to the front of the illegal. Then would have to''on the intercom from a radio 41rAJJ;
matter. on Temple Avenue. Also .
feeling for everyday people and served in the coun- come the enforcement of the broadcast, but others weren't I IJ'"
was much a man must give of himself when at, that time, new enforcement i 'f.
warmly loved by them. He gave un- he becomes President, voiced bitternessand try meal.. But tell how of the area was started rule, which would be very informed until they returned l contrOl J

stintingly of the best of his abilities hatred toward him because they But feel. We we stand can solidly for the ve and all smokers were requiredto important.The from gym or band. The firsc: n'll.- .........,.., =r,. -
in behalf no hint was in the air current drive is to thought of all was disbelief .
of :
brought able public good. He didn't agree with his every act. Fridaywe of the terrible blow that principles for which he register their names with bring the problem before the and shock; many of tine Set If soon ql
I men into the governmentand were ashamed there fought and died. We for the office, which includedparents'
have would fall
led been so soon. No idea are eyes of the public to see what emotional ones among us shed
them with courage. Americans at all that at that all "little" people, as opposedto signatures of con-
many of that kind. very time can be done. The purpose o! a tear, and we all prayed at
"He was wise for his age wise But the strongest indictment of the an assassin had an ambush big business so strongly sent.Many this space is to catch reaction one time or another.
in the ways of government. He was prepared and was ready to championed by the Republican students complainedof ITS A FACT YOU CAN
hate-mongers came perhaps from i, the new for those who want it. i\\I i. Another period had already
one of the rare combinations of youth, Ralph McGill of the Atlanta )Constitu- strike. Party. We are for all decent smoking area be- would like to ask everyone to ;I started by the time the final DO BETTER AT

wisdom, devotion, gaiety, and humor. tion. He wrote: self-respecting people. state their opinion on this! I and terrible news came. No
He had great ambitions for the peace Many of our people gathered regardless of color race or on a religious- .- .viewpoint.. problem not just students, cne had goten over the early
of the world-and if he had lived I "The extreme right and left of this at the Starke Market for creed and so support the fight but adults. shock of such a horrible and j r DENIilHllfiFURNIi'URECO.

think he would have- achieved that country have revealed their minds to the pecan auction, and were for civil rights for all, Americans We1; hope that President A NOTE OF THANKSA shameful act. We left the I I

peace. us in their literature, public utter- pleased when a larger volume We are for the Ivndom.Johnson ,carry ,on new first was established school in silent disbelief.

"He studied few other ances, and an anonymous flood of mail of nuts were sold at improved United Nations, which would the,fight-waged by John.Ken at the football game last Friday Some of us first went out I .
as presidents and filth and lies about the now-dead prices. They talked about extend to people, all over the nedy. If:fio,the fearless leader night. In to an "
have response to take look at the at
studied; he knew the intimate President and our We crops and the weather, an-1 world, liberty and freedom.We who was struck down bya invitation from the Green a Flag I II I "
details of government. He had the have' had extremists in high places of the recent outbreak of believe in God, and ,although sniper bullet will,not have I I Cove Springs High School I! half-mast. I 434.W...CALL ST.

ability to absorb figures, to read like openly call on their people to defy their polio in Duval County, and not regular church died in, vain. Band, the BHS Band attend- i'j i Charks I

lightning; his memory was phenomenal. made plans to take the polio goers, we base our _convictions

Yet. with it all. the milk of human__ .__ _owngovernment.__ _. .n And, in. some. instances .
kindness flowed in'his-veins. -- n n. : greaT; wean, made in America, is

,reported behind some of the more extreme -
"Yes he made I
mistakes, but he
organizations and
never ducked responsibility for themas propaganda. r -

after the Bay of Pigs. And he grewto "They have preached that freedomis
dying, seemingly because
they could
greater stature with the mistakes.
not dominate the
government with
"It this
was great understandingof
their greedy dreams of
humanity that prompted Kennedy'sdrive
"Those who
for civil rights and his champion- persons luncheonsand

ship of the underdog. Sometimes I cocktail parties have indulged in
vulgar jokes and of hate
have thought that the thing that gave

the late President his depth of under against the President, his wife, and ., I ..
their government, as was done against "

standing was his suffering in World Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt must '. '. ,'. .:', .
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War II, writes columnist Drew Pear-
also feel small share of ,
a guilt. I
son. "Before that; he was like the WINNERS

young and debonair Franklin D. Roose- "So at this hour, before we beginto '

velt before his attack of polio. But with mourn, we would do well to under- I I

great human suffering, Roosevelt tookon stand that hate can kill a President, ... ,, ,,
and if unchecked in behalf of morality f.' n'.
stature that eventually made him i ,

on of the great presidents of the decency, and human dignity, it can also ; '; ,! ,.'; ....,:" I .
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similar human suffering in the South .

Pacific, had acquired the same sym- And the most sobering message of : : _, '. ..". :,"

pathy and understanding, and if a Texas all, perhaps, was the following releaseto :< i' ," .',. !". L.\ ...
of "f, ,
assassin had not shot him down, he the American public from The Christian ,. r. .
too would have become one of our Science Board of Directors: c. :., ,". .
I great presidents." "The tragedy which has deprivedthe ,. .I _

Washington correspondent James American nation of its President, '. .
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Reston observes that the bitterest and a family of its husband and father, !, ,;.'.*' ,

irony of the President's death is that should awaken all to the shocking : MRS. GEORGE L. CARTER
his short administration was devoted price of political or ideological fanaticism -! MRS. LOYD BRYAN /4J

almost entirely to various attempts to and hate-filled thinking. The depraved ; .. ,
curb this very streak of violence in state of thought that moth"a1 1 '
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his death. Says Sir. Reston: "When needs to be faced squarely and i

historians get around to assessing his overcome by every individual. :I .. *

three years in office, it is very likely "Never before has the United : Starke, Fla. Starke, Fla. T

that they will be impressed with this: States faced a more compelling need ; .
His efforts to restrain those who wantedto than it does today to lift itself out of : ,. .r I .. .. ;._... .- ..
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be more violent in the cold war over- the fruitless, self-defeating mesmerismof ". ._'"..,," '

seas, and those who wanted to be more hate that turns brother against ;; : '. < : :
violent in the racial war at home." brother, nation against nation, and .. L. ; ; \/to! .

In a tribute at a memorial servicein race against race, and has culminated .. ... .,.',, .. .. ,.> ,...,;...t, .'r,
Gainesville Monday morning, Dr. in this tragic event. The Christian' .'_ .. 't:, !- ft'aJ .
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of Florida, said the late Presidentwas brotherly love, upon which the United ; :' ,,' .< : ..7'tlt''l"' :.

"a glowing example of an educatedand States was founded, must be so rekindled -: ". ; :..

disciplined mind." But "He so revitalized, that this event : Nice Thanksgiving Turkeys Have Been Presented To The Above Winners With The Compliments Of The. Merchants l

was the victim of a warped mind of will become a turning point toward a > ,

hate, the exact nature of which we shall more rational approach to the solution ''I Listed Below And The Bradford County Telegraph >*_ : '

never know. It should remind us that of today's crucial issues."

hate, be it from the right or from the On a note of sadn.Ss, the London :

left, can help poison the minds of fanatics Daily Mail concluded: "Lincoln, at least, ; Volley Starling Gib Brown Standard Station North Florida Lumber

and encourage them not only to was able to devote a full and extensive .

destroy a President, but the very essence Iii to this cause. President Kennedy !

of democracy itself. Out of this has been cut off at a comparatively) -

tragedy may there come a rebirth of early stage of what showed clear signs .
tolerance and renewed dedication to de- of being an epoch-making service this Edwards Grocery & Market Gateway Chevrolet; :Inc.

mocracy and truth." country and to the world." ,|,I J.j E. Hardy Auto Sales

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j KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS QuarterbackClub OBSERVATION" I POST NO. ,10 :I L -'ni-. ;.'U- Ii LaRue Ruled Out i

By Mary Schaeffer, ; By Audry Flakes And George LaRue I

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.. Plans Banquet I Lir In j
II II I Ii Council Bid
POLIO VACCINE FEEDINGS on Jimmy Eland to his Eyeank
liB I Last Friday evening we had i i that was destined to score I
: WELL ATTENDED Committee so interested
Keystone Heights has the opportunity to witness again. This game ended ,i f
I On- Sunday afternoon herein persons may call Lion formed a Quarterback Club two football games between 'j Keystone 6: Hastings 0. /;
: the?. Cafetorium in Key- Hand as well at OR 5-2630, both The Keystone City Council General requesting Information j
to support the local football l Keystone Indians and the ]j I Unfortunately, putting
stond Heights School was a OES CHAPTER HOLDS removed George E. LaRue's on La Rue's case asked:
team and will have Florida: Hastings Spudsters. halves of the game together I
: busy, place :wjien residents, ct ANNUAL BIRTHDAY Coach Ray Graves as it's first The first game ended in t I and applying simple arithmetic name from next Tuesday's i 1. If the two-year residence l
: aU ages came to take advantage PARTY election ballot after letter I
combined effort read a clause is constitutional and it"yes"
speaker. ,
score: Hastings : Key'stone -
b of the oral vaccine feed Keystone Heights Order of :i from Attorney General Rich '
Graves will speak to th> 0. It was an example Keystone 6, Hastings
: togS'to combat the dread Eastern Star 279, held its annual suffered from ard W Ervin said there was 2. "A" has owned property
ort Dec. of solid ground-gaining foolball. -
; polio. Vaccine for Type on birthday party after the group "fumblities" throughout the "serious doubt as to his eh- in Keystone for 5 years but
21 at local that has
a place
: was. : given that .day. regular meeting on Nov. 19. not been determined yet. Hastings relentlessly ground game. This held them back in '. gibility" !t became a resident of the city
Local doctors and nurses Worthy Matron Phyllis Hussey La Rue he has "not
the first two quarters and says on Sept- 3, 1962-15 monthsin
out gains of four to eight:
p were:. on hand, as well a! conducted the inspiring Plans for awarding gold beat them in the final four | fi fiw' i i withdrawn from the race." the city limits by election
yards and more on sustained! (
footballs to the Keystone Indians
: nurses from the County i initiation ceremony for three minutes. Keystone was further -' The council accepted LaRue time Dec. 3.
drives off tackle and through:
-Health 'Office to administer candidates. This was also and a trophy to the occassion as a candidate for council 3. Can "A" run for office?
handicapped, on
the center of line. On !
the '
: the feedings. Members of th! Memoiial Service evening, most valuable player, according three by having 10 men on the field. ", :; man in the forthcoming election The answer that came back

a PTA,recorded names and tab when all members are remembered to W. L. [Bill], Smith\ an occasions they never As to individual Keystone .; { ': ."-l/l'n i contingent on an answer said "there would be serious
relinquished the ball until
of the .,, -, ., : ,
organizer ; ;
: ulated those coming through in a special service. group. standouts there were many: from the Attorney General doubt as to his eligibility to
they had scored., However. in
The five Star Points carried The most valuable player I
the lines. Jimmy McMurtry gave atop I i regarding constitutionality of seek office under the two year
the last two minutes of the
: Philip Knuth, Keystom to the Worthy Matron's will be selected by secret balloting rate performance in i the two-year residence clause residenence provision of the
first half there signs cf
I Vincipal, said that 1,850 persons station a large white floral l among members of th things to come- directingthe team, ran well, ;. I Council Chairman Don city charter."
a were fed the vaccine o:: star. Each Star Point placecs: football team and will remain well scored the only I' -' ; Pangborn took action afte; Since -the letter came in
Second Half [called the 2nd passed ..
: Sunday, and donations oi I in her respective point of the counted at the proposed ban touchdown. and played a soliddefensive polling all council member.by .- the "affirmative"the two-
game, the Keystone Indians .
S $49923 were turned in- star an emblematic color quet.Officers I 4H phone vear clause would be consti
came out an entirely diffe-- game.
Anyone who had to be outS flower of her station and recited for the club have I LaRue contends that the tutional.
a Eliam Glisson in our opinion\ :
ent team. They clearly out-
of town last Sunday., may bt: an appropriate memorial not been elected but the 40 the outstanding footbal) ; "moot" question regardmv LaRue hopes to get further
played the Hastings Spudstersin ; was
: glad to know that Dec. 1,. will l verse. Then the Star was people who have joined so Hard driv- L his eligibility was not asked information before election
the --
the final two periods. The player on ; ".'
Make-up Sunday, and they placed in front of the altar. far plan to meet the first : Indians were superior in all! ing runs through the center : : T '" ;>c :' LI I Namely is the two-year time Tuesday, and said, "As

: may get their Type One feeding This emblematic Star was 'to week in December to elect departments.In off tackle and great pass receptions Sr clause "retroactive" since lie a last report:: I will be a write-

I that day.. bfe placed on the grave of the leaders. added to his well .' voted for the charter earlier in candidate.rrYTYTYTTYYTYYTYYYTTYf."
all the games so far this
Sunday Jan. 19. has been last departed members. Mrs known solid defensive ability this year. When the "charte"election"
season this observer has neverseen
: for Type 3 feeding Beatrice Lavey in Keystone I |
designated "Footbal' was held LaRue
Home Demonstration Club the Indians with such a earning him' the i I
in ,the Keystone area. Th Cemetery She is the mother contends that he was qualified -
Bazaar will be held at thWoman's well diversified attack. Ever Award of the Week"Gary
same procedure will be fol of the Chapter's first Matron I I under the "old charter"to GRANDIN
Club in Green Cove member of the back field had Cooper, our all conference
lowed. The following Sunday Mrs. Beatrice Schroeder. Springs on Dec. 7. The sale opportunities to develop Ion candidate, was a tigt'I I Homecoming Queen And Escort run for the office of coun ,
will be a Make-up Sunda Worthy Matron Hussey reviewed cilman.
of home made articles will defense.
slowed on
gains. When they By Charlerene BrantleytALLa.<AL&AAA.AL
Homecoming Queen Viola ftidaught is escorted by "Steve
for Type 3 vaccine the four-year history The "new charter"
tin was
start at 10 a. m. There wi'J down on the ground they Richard Mooneyham. I
',. Sunday Margh; 1. has been of the Chapter, when on Nov. be a chuck wagon on th* moved through the air. Wh p other end matched Cooper Shackleford during halftime festivities at Keystone High passed by the 1963 Florid} j *
designated for "Type'S fee'dihp 18. 1959. 28 or 30 Star members also School football game with Hastings last Friday night. The Legislature and contains a g. -
grounds for luncheon at noonA their aerial offense bogged play for play. He was t On Saturday Nov. 23, the
at Keystone School..The: following ] applied to affiliate as chicken barbeque dinner down the Indians went back outstanding The end play on 9th Grade float, "Old Woman in The Shoe" won first place in two-year clause for holding graduating class of 1944 of

Sunday: will be Makeup charter members of the new will be served from 5-8, ?t to gaining on the ground.We the part of the Keystone bop the Homecoming parade last Friday afternoon. elective offices in the city. I VIelrose High School held u
Sunday for Type 2. Chapter, which was institutedon The "old I
$1.25 for adults and -75 cents two reporters viewed was outstanding and worthyof charter"which jlass reunion at the old

According to authorities that date. By April 1960, for children. The Keystone the game from the Hastings special comment. Parade 'Silenced' In HonorOf LaRue voted on required J 'School House in GrandIn.
this vaccine .hich, is takeL when the charter was granted who
donated 12 fancy dust cloths side so naturally, we couH! :Mike Lovorn Stephan Bro. persons wanted to run I Eight class members out of a

'-'orally. Is permanent", and requires the membership had Increased for the sale.December. not help but hear some of the kas, Don Norris, John Allen Late President for city offices to be a resident class of about 14 attcnde.1
no "boosters, as does to 68. Today the enrollment KennedyKeystone of Florida for
18 will be commentary from the Hast Rodney Paul George Moon one yea ana had a feilcibus! picnic

the Salk Vaccine. Everyone I in 103. Christmas Party for the ings bench. The Keystone In- played tremendous games. Clay County for six months. lunch. ,Those present were Mr
from the age three months to Hostesses for the birthday and the
struments at salute position City of
Heights High i i Keystone
members. Tentative plans are dians had "Foots Brom1ey'reeling : I. One more game of the season and Mrs. Curreu French and
103 years should take it and celebration and social hour. Heights for six
School turned it's Homecoming -i i while the drums played a months.
that it will be a covered dish on the ropes and up family ot Palatka. Mrs. Clar-
Father Lopez, bring:
be protected- You can take it : hell in the banquet hall LaRue is
held at Clay Co-op at 10 a- until the last four minutes Parade on Friday afternoon i!! muffled beat along the quiet making a further hie. ITarinerl Fortner and
if don't feel particularly : downstairs Mrs. Gloria down the curtain on another 1
even you were into a parade: of honor i parade routeS inquiry from the Attorney
m. The program of the meeting the outcome was still in I gills of Palatka, Mrs. Dot
well that day. The only Murrhee. who each year has football season. Let's win thi for the dead President JohnF. General.
: carried at half-
will be given by Mrs. doubt A fumble broke th? I Flags were [Whitney] Clancy of Man-

:. : stipulation is that you given the emblematic Star Nelson on "Fun Snacks for' back of the Keystone Driv? II I one 19-6- Good Luck Indiana ._Kennedy., ._ I mast while still batons were I .__:The letter to the Attorney CContinued.! On Next 'agI
must temperatureof assisted L .L.
haye a birthday cake by
not Health." which she will makeas deep in Hastings territory,I 1 I see you' at the game! Tne K.eystone isoosiersiBand I I carried across majorettes' J -
over 102 degrees. Mrs. Nettie Stitchberry, Mrs. part of the luncheon. A I carried it's silent in- !I shoulders. ,
If, you are delinquent onyour Matie Smith, and Mrs Ruby I: I II NOW OPEN
nominating committee will' be lyn. I "The news of the presilent'sdeath
Salk vaccine injection should make an effort to attend ,

":: or 'I if you have had perhaps ,Tyre.Master Masons of Melrose appointed at this meeting. Mrs.: Earl Haynor ,has returned -I.I this Mass in appreciation YTTTYYYTYYYYTYYTTVmMELROSE I! came just before the I .
:There will be gift exchangenot from : parade, and we decided to for
one oral vaccine. but cannot Lodge and Masonic visitors St. Joseph's Hos of their many blessingsA I S your Convenience
to exceed $1. turn the half-formed parade .
remember which one you an .will be honored guests at theLpec. pital in Atlanta where sh I Requiem Mass was offered -

advised to .t aket..complet. \.; chapteij meeting Chap- MARRIAGE. OF INTEREST spent to weeks for surgery. Tuesday morning at St into a parade of honor," Parade -
series. .. : .: ...-'-,- tu' members will have their l TOoC- and' Mrs: 'John Beidler She is happy to be at ..ho. Edwatd's Church in Starke-- By Mrs. Alice Rothhammer .1.I Director James A. Jack- COIN OPERATED

This is service of the Department regular business meeting at' of Keystone Heights an- again and grateful to all the! for the repose of the soul cf son said. B & T

,: of,. Public Health 8 o'clock, concluding by 8:30: nounce the marriage of their friends who sent cards and L the late President John Ken I vv'vvvvyyvyymyyyyy I The football game between

but grateful'people have.'been :When the Masons will be daughter Margie to Jimmy letters to cheer her i nedy.. I SCHOOL NEWSA I Hastings and the Keystone : LAUNDRYFRIGIDAIRE
Eland also of this :, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Piquard Indians went on as scheduled,
making: monetary Donations greeted. area. Sfenioers: of the parishare large crowd turned out I

A 6u geted'amount of 25f ''Members are reminded to The marriage was performed 1 and Mr. 'and Mrs. VerneL asked to donate a pint of Friday night to see the Mel- and Homecoming Queen Viola

per feeding per person is very bring their gift-wrapped pre- by, Justice of the Peace J., Hicks, all of Peoria Ill., revisiting blood if they can do so. One rose Mustangs play their last i I Ridaught was crowned at' WASHERS

inexpensive compared to, sents for a man or woman,'to R.. Chasteen in Lake Geneva. Mr.: and Mrs.: ArthurMannering of the members of the parish : game of the season and ti'I'' half-time by last year's queen .II INTERNATIONAL STEAM DRYERS

the vaccine injections'' the next meeting so that they on Sunday, Nov. 17. of Keystone is greatly, in need of a large view the homecoming activi- I I Diane Brokas. Located next door to

EYE,BANK GROWING may be sent to the Eastern Mr. and Mrs. Eland are liv-, Heights." Mrs.. Piquard and number of transfusions! an1 ties. Prior to the game with "Turnout for the game was F/ooklyn Supply House across

The following persons have! Star Home in time for ing at Matthewson Manor on Mrs. Hicks are nieces of the your assistance" be appreciated the Bronson Eagles, a parade light." Jackson said. i from Fire Tower on State Road 21-Half mile

responded to the plea for eye Christmas. Lake Geneva- Mr. Eland is' Mannerings- They arrived on beyond,,words. I circled the field and stoppedto A dance, sponsored by th:? : North of Keystone Heights.P. .

wills and have added their HOME: DEMONSTRATIONCLUB employed by Sperry Rand in Nov. 19. Sunday, Dec. 1, will be tho allow the queen and attendants Senior Class, was held after i

names to the evergrowinglist MEETINGThe Gainesville while Mrs. Eland Newcomers to Keystone first Sunday of Advent. to alight from their'i the game. jI.j II. BRADLEY and ROY W. TYRE Owners
of donors to the Heights are Mr. and Mrs I float Rebecca Ann Bowen I.I I.
: North Keystone Heights works at Hawes-Powers Motor \ which._ __begins the New Year of I I
Florida Eye Bank for Restoring Home Demonstration Club Co. in Gainesville. I Richard H. Kingdon, who the. Church- ,,.. ; i was crowned by last year's -

Sight: Mrs. Doris E- held ts monthly meeting at On Sunday. Nov. 24. Cot hail from Waycross, Ga. They: The Altar Society met in I' homecoming queen, Trudi3:'

Lamb, Miss Dawn Lamb, Har- the Clay Co-op building on and Mrs. John Beilder gavea are now living in the home the Priest's Study on Nov. 21, Merris. The attendants were H KEYSTONE

ry W. Baker Carl G. Benson. Nov. 20 with Mrs. Geneva house-warming party at the formerly occupied by the Hal with President Millred Sutton -\ Susan St. John senior; IWIflUyV a. MELROSE

Doris: Rowe, Nela M. McGee, Chab presiding. Preceding th:* home of their son-in-law and I Hand: family. The Kingdon's .. presiding. A most favor- I Cathy Webster, junior: Joyce I II I

George Grau on, James F regular meeting Mrs. Judy daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim- have two daughters in Keystone able report: of the Card Party Johnson sophomore; and Carolyn -

Drew, Eleanor E. Drew Anthony Durrea home economist, gave my Eland in Matthewson I School-Lorna in the held on Nov. 7 was given by I ] Buchanan, freshman. Ii BUSINESS DIRECTORY

Baker, and Joy Baker an interesting demonstration Manor. 9th grade and Marilee in the Mrs. Kromer, at whose home The Junior Beta Club's float, i

Some of these people live iu of electric equipment The first. Mr. Kingdon is employed it was held. She said it was I i "Bronson Bar-B-Que", was ,I, -_
guests included Jim
Keystone; others in starke demonstration included the at Hercules Powder Company well attended and thanked I I selected as winner of the pa- -

and surrounding area. Anyone actual preparation of snacks Hclcin Mr. and Mrs. Gabs in Starke. We hope thev those ladies who had workedso rade.Runners-up were "Mel- I APPLIANCEST MILLWORK REAL ESTATEC.

desiring to learn more about and party treats, which the Pellet, Tommy Cox, Buddy like their new home, and will hard setting up tables, pre- rose of the Future" by FFA, V .
Goodyear Service
the Ray Hearst, Mr stay. a long long time.,, and the Center
Eye Bank is asked to members enjoyed sampling. paring refreshments etc queen's float by th

contact Lion George M. Schaeffer Mrs. Margaret Nelson. Home and and Mrs.Mrs. Ronnie Bert Blatt, Mr. COMMUNITY CHURCH Close to $70 was realized on Booster Club. The Mustangswere I J. R. RIlES, Proprietor Keystone J. Pete O'Connor

of the' Keystone Heights Demonstration Agent of Clay ChristoffersJr A Memorial Service was the party. Plans' for preparin? trailing by only two Authorized
Mr. Motorola
and Philcc
Lions Club. 473-4127 and he County then gave a brief but and Mrs. Gil Parades held Sunday evening Nov. 24, the church and altar for points at the end of the first, Millwork Shop B ALTOS

will furnish you with literature instructive program on ure- family Mr. and Mrs. Jim at the Community Church. Christmas were discussed hah, but let the margin widenin Sales and Service

paring the holiday turkey. Beidler Steele and family, Miss Ann when all churches of the and aJter-tending assignments the last quarters to a final Sen-joe On All Mi&ea CABINETS DOOBS REAL ESTATE

Lion Schaeffer has added The Annual Clay County Mr- and Mrs. Quincey area gathered to render tribute were confirmed. score of 29-7. Fireworkswere I TV RADIO STBKEO WINDOW FRAMES
II I Gardner, Mrs. Ruby Oste n, and offer prayers for the GARDEN CLUB HOLDS displayed during half- I. MORTGAGES APPRAISALS
.- I Mr. and Mrs. Work Gu.aranteed-TV RentalsKeystone SCREENS
Joe Moore late
John Kennedy I Is CHRISTMAS WORKSHOP______ time. They were provided byi
Gainesville and the groom and for comfort and grace to I The Garden Club n of th?. the.Melrose merchants. ,' Heights, 473-4651 Trim Material Keystone Height Tel 173-4287

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl H. all those of high and low estates Lakes held a Workshop on DUPLICATE BRIDGE 1 Sub Made Ta Order

Eland of Melrose. to be given guidance in' Thursday, Nov. 21, in St. The winners of the Melrose AUTO SERVICE Keystone
SHARPED Heights 473-4285
fc the years ahead Dr. A. C.' Williams Hall Twenty-three Duplicate Bridge Club for last!
; pastor j
conducted the members and four guests week include the following: Terrell'sGulf I I
"I DONT Mr. and MrsJ.. C. Sharps service, with the choir NURSERY
c_ rendering worked on making Christmas Mrs Walter Grolick and Miss I

\. I' of Middleburg announce the;, sacred music. arrangements. Guests included Sally Mansfield, first place ServiceNew ,

BELIEVEYOU marriage of their daughter, Due to several members of Marie Helfriech. Marta Mrs. D. Collins and Mrs. J. & Used Tires! ,Nursery Stock Thoooaadf Ol r
Janet, to James Cook son '(Jf the Board of Stewards moving Tolford. Ruth W. Foster, second fief. Deal Ea&ate OrdUr
Pangborn and place; Mrs. From $100 Up AU Sizes Plants & Fruit Trees, T
Mr: and Mrs. Ray C. Cook o! away from Keystone th? Ruth Clark. After the lunch- W. Becker and Mrs- Philia'j''j'R. Choosa lAke Proptrti .
From. Nice Shad Acrf
BUT Lubrication Tree
: | McRae. They were married by Board nominated the following eon' break several members Kromer third place; Mrs., Batteries AccesJ *

k } Justice of the Peace J. R. members to fill the vacancies .- gave a demonstration of a Mary Cook and Mrs. Emory OPEN 7 A. M. 7.-30 P. 1L Evergreen ft I
ILIKE r f Chasteen in Lake Geneva on for the new year; Mrs. variety of Christmas arrange-. Cooper, fourth place. Keystone Helghfe 47S-4279 All In (Container>> Plan!t t Hazes Ratal

I Saturday evening Nov. ., 23. J. A- WilliamS,- Dr. Jesse ments. CHURCH ACTIVITIESThe I Anytime. See Oar Plant FOJQoalltj. r
"W Take
YOUR IJNEtIYou'll I F-amilies of the couple and Huckert, Arthur A. Brainerd A sale will be held Friday WMU of Eliam Baptist I,AUTO STORE : Let Uj D. yLandsea.plnr. A Personal .Intsrs lla
t -
close friends Tour Requremctr'fi4W&y ,
and William
were pres nt.I Walz. Charles
and Dec. 13-14
and Church met
Thursday, Nov.
__ I The groom is employed by Titus was recently. appointed also en Dec. 20-21 from 9 a 21, for their regular monthly Western Auto .

I Ernest Triest. Construction Chairman of the Board. The m. to 4 p. m- in the store next meeting. I 0. C. Carnes ; Keyston Hdffct .
I Co.. and the Board Associate Store Nursery
4 -I-I I new Mrs. Cook received four new to Zike's. Anyone wishing tc Plans were made for the ; ifelreMJl

''k _ I works at Belote's Drug Store. members into membership of I have a special Christmas arrangement Week of Appliances Hajor ,.r SmaU,33 ML East 01
: Prayer to start Dec.i!,. ( Starke Oo
They are living at Theressa the Community Church on.I of dried or fresh 9. 1 Auto Accessaries, Tires m1l'1 -Open
MR. DOWLJNG. MISS Nor 17.Trustees.. green seasonal flowers |! Batteries i IIWJ 100 At Florabome.BusineM .
KNIGHT UNITED IX of the church will contact },frs. Laura Clemens There will be a joint meet- ': Sportteg Goods, Bicydes. Phone 64-566; 63S. I-tMI

like his shiny car, too. Last : 3URRIAGE. ." I meet Monday. Dec. 2 at 7:30 phone 473-4927 for further ing' with the Brotherhood atii i Hardware, Paints, Gadt Residence Phone 6S4-5520 4I

I Mr. and Mrs. E. C, Knight i i p. m, details. a covered dish dinner Dec. ; Supplies.
week he had
"new Time
Night aod "t
car to 8
a pleasant 10. Ending the a. m. E
week Dec. 15'
of Savannah. Ga. announce I The General Meeting of FRIENDS OF UBRARY KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I McKay,.Realtor
'malady= that the marriage of the Church I Mrs. Fred Laughn of First. ;L .
goes away right after their daugh- Women will be PLEASE NOTICE '.. '_ '
you ter Mary Cornelia of Keystone I held at the Educational!j I There will be a meeting of Baptist Church in Gainesvillewill !FLORIST ,RESTAURANTS 14 Lots Lake, ,Lilly 'fttM

sign on the line., After you've picked the ;i[ Heights to William Q.:J, Building of the Community the. Keystone Heights -Friends J tell of their rtip to the i '

"chariot j:; Dowling Jr. of Jacksonville- Church on Dec. 2, at 7:30. ,I of The Library on Monday Near East this past summer. :! Edna Williams Terms 16 Lots StOMt: Lake

come to us for a low cost auto ,: The marriage took place .at Union Thanksgiving serI I j Dec- 2, at 7:30: p. m. The The EHam Baptist, Faith', I1.ORli\T-NURSOY\ Beildler's '%775. Terms Investment, tract

: noon on Wednesday.Nov. 13. vices, Thanksgiving morning I Presbyterian, Trinity Episcopal ..
loan. It's convenient. and easy too. | meeting will be held at the I Holiday Inn large enough for several .
,i at the Community Church at 10 o'clock. Dr, A- C. ,Holt | Library and some very important I and Methodist Churcheswill | J 1 1f

\\1th'Rev. A. C. Holt perform- of the host church will pre- :: matters will be set- co-operate with their: AH Croutons RestaurantFormerly access to fride sandy beach.
,11ni! I Annual f""1 lTft' PMt-e? OB 5-23J1
the ceremony. Mr. and I side with Rev. William Wor- tled. Community Wide I Ute for rectvaiioa whfla held
i Mrs. R. I* Walker attended I: stall cf St. Anne Episcopal, PLAN TOUR CHRISTMAS Thanksgiving Services Wednesday

,' the couple- Guests Included If i i. church bringing the Thanks-1! MAILING .\ IPostmaster I night at 7:30 in Eliam INSURANCE Law! nce'J Dinette jug for investment E-Z Terms.

only -the families of the giving Baptist 'Ch rch. A messagawill ; -
cauI message. : Gladys Tillis Murrhee Insurance I t ER CB famished cottage OB
fMKt I C. L C WSTOt KIOTO ; pie, and close friends :,,I !\"EWS..FRO. :\! ST. j has suggested that Thanksgiving ;:: bs. presented by Re7. I..COMPLETELY REMODELED

.mii. ,: C-T--::::: After a wedding trip in WilliAMS 'I, tim may be a good.:1 Jean,Chance cf the Episcopal i Agency I OPEN 7 .DAYS WEEKLY!: Seaott/ul Lake Hutcalnsoa

South Florida Mr. and Mrs. A Special Mass of Thanksgiving time to rs lve-your Christmas Church. Special music will be General Insurance Fun, Dinners Loncae $7,000. Terms.

I i Dowling are at home in the will be offered at SU mailing problems. She predicts -.I provided by the Baptist. Fire Casualty Bond Ala Carte Italian Foods
I -
Kingsbury Subdivision in Edward's Church in Starkeat I "another"recor'd year for [. Church adult cnoir. S -- 'Keystone"Heights. FU
Keystone Heights, but plan 9 a. m, Thanksgiving I Allied Line 1 Block North of Red Light
I, heavy volume in mail this The MYF took part in a '
to move soon to Lake Brook- morning. All parishoners [Continued On Next Pago!! [Continued On Next Page-Keystone Heights TeL 4734285] KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 1754818i


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THURSDAY, NOV. 28, 1963

i:r, n'Y'Y 'Y'Y"'Y'Y Vttn meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 10. I the new state laws concern- and son on Sunday afternoon. spent the week with Mr. and !'r reporter. # Feast' Communion Service
t % I NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Greater Allen Chapel AME 6 p. m. Everyone welcome.
{ at 2 p. m. in the Community ing teenagers in possession of Mrs Eugene Brantley and Mrs: A. F. Tyre. I' f
Church educational building.I alcoholic beverages. He also Christine attended the Golden Mrs. Ethel Sever and Shirley CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy I Church. Rev. L. A. Sampsonwill THE RIGHT POINT for the
f 3 CHRISTMAS PROGRAMOn i told of the polio vaccine feed- Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Celia Chesser ani observe pastoral day tlu* ,
I I Ii way you write. Cone In and
HIGHLIGHTS Tuesday, Dec10, at i ing to be held on Sunday at Mrs. Ernest F. Whitney in I Mrs., W. J. Terrell spent last [ Elizabeth Walker] Sunday, starting with Sunday
I 7:30 p. m., Carrol Wright, the school. Melrose on Sunday. Sunday with Mr. and Mr?. i School at 10 a m. Morning select your ravonte ESTER-
,.a.j..a..a..a..a..a..a..a..a..a.J. .a..a..a..a.j..A
& superintendent of Penney Mrs. Margaret Andrewson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Angel of David Hinnant in Middleburg.Mr. I Ii Service will be held with Sun- BROOK JountalnPen.' TELE-
From Preceeding Page Farms Memorial Homes and program chairman, intro- Interlachen also celebrated 1 and Mrs. J. J. Boyle attended i ADULT PROGRAM grades. I I day School at 11 with a Love GRAPH.
Clinic will givr the Christmas duced Father William Wor- their Golden Anniversary on the Confirmation of All adults interested in attending The administration, faculty
Christmas. The Post Office while films stall of St. Anne's Episcopal Sunday. their grandson Lee Bowen, at: classes invited staff. students. and members,'. .
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Department D. C. says in that Washington 12 billion,\ taken on his travels through! Church who spoke relativeto I, St. Mathews Catholic}! Church to the following: Mon- of the PTA extend an invitation There Is No Finer ,1
; i the Holy Land. The public is National Education Week PARAN BAPTIST CHURCH in Jacksonville.Mr. to the general public to .
pieces: of mail will be handled day night typing under direction -
I invited. Mr. Wright has! Room Count was won by GRANDIN, FLA. and Mrs. Henry Rend- attend the program. and see ,
, (by ,our Nation's Post Office ,i traveled all over the world Mrs. Ann Kiause's class. Sunday School, 10 a. m. ler cf Gainesville visited Mr.; of Mrs. T- B. Murray. the facilities: .

Miss personnel Tillis this hopes Christmas.residents'will J I It and is an interesting speaker. -I Refreshments were served Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and Mrs Grant Rothhamme I Tuesday night, sewing under LODGE NEWS MILK Today

t begin Christmas shopping I The program will be held in the Lunch Room. Training Union, 6:45 p. m. Wednesday. I direction of Mrs. O- W. Geor Morning Star Lodge 26, P.

I and mailing soon/Early planning in the Community Church Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. ge. Elementary courses under & A, 'M. will hold its annual :

she says, can be, of immenSe educational building auditorium Prayer :Meeting Wednesday, TRINITY EPISCOPAL Mrs. L. M. RoyalModern Thanksgiving service. at Mt ;,
value in saving tim I l' ST ANNE'S EPISCOPAL 7:30: p.m. CHURCH MELROSB Math is taught each Wednes- Moriah Methodist Church '
GOLFIXG NEWS CIIURCH KEYSTONE day night by Mrs. F. S. Pierce. with this service
and trouble later on. She offers Cooperating
I Holy Dan 10 a. m.. Holy Tomorrow It Will Be Even
i''' a few tips! The Keystone Women's Applications may be obtained will be the Heronies and Eastern -
I Golf Association held a 10- Sundays- Morning Prayer Sundays 10 a. m.. Church from Prof. Eddie Thompkinsat Stars. The public is invited :,
"\ Check for changes in ad. o hole Low Gross, Low Net Holy Eucharist, Church Melrose School. 11:45 a. m. Morning I RJE The RJE Band will '
dresses; if addressee has mov- I Tournament and 9-hole Low I School and Sermon, 9:30 a Prayer and Sermon [First ANDERSON JR. III PTA play for the parade. Activities;':
ed, the latest telephone book
may be of value as a sourceof !' Gross and Low Net Tournament m. Evening Prayer and EYC, Sunday Holy Communion]. t SCHEDULES OPEN HOUSE will start at 1:30 p. m .V Better!
information as to address Thursday, Nov. 21. 7 p. m. [From Preceeding Page] p.m. Episcopal Young Church- The Anderson Junior High Thanksgiving Day. Rev Da
I In the 18-hole play, Eileen WeekdaysDany Morning men. PTA will hold open house at mon'Dell will deliver the ser-'
Use ZIP Code whenever Lee took Low Gross and Gena Prayer, 8:30 a. m. Daily skating party in Gainesville its regular meeting Tuesday mon. 1

possible. If you do not knowothers' I Christoffers took Low Net. Evening.Prayer, 5 p. m. Hoi Saturday night. Communion The Rev. Jean Chance,' night, Dec. 3, at 7:30 p. in. Mt. J Moriah Methodist j! So Don't Say
code numbers, at least I i
PTA MEETINGAt Eucharist Wednesdays, 10 a. '
All will bean
1 Vicar. facilities provided by the: Church. Notice: There MILK
include in return a,."
't your own I the PTA Meeting on m. Boy Scout Troop 109 visited organization will be open to official meeting at 8 p. m. :
ri J address, thereby encouraging I Nov. 21, President Billy Wolfe the Boy Scout troop of the the general public at th's i All officers and members arC|(i iI
to it return mail I
presided. Miss Ann Bell of Gainesville Boys Club Thurs-
I time. A musical program will I asked to be present and on
and to include their own. In- I the Children's Missionary KEYSTONE HEIGHTS day night. Harry Parkhurst, MELROsE 1 be rendered by the church i tmie. Sunday School will beheld

cilentally, the Keystone Group, gave a flannel-graph Scoutmaster, Mike Kreshka, 1I I choirs of the various churches at 9:30: with Supt. Rev Say. .
Heights ZIP Code number is devotional, illustrating the Sunday School, 9:30: a. nu director of Boys Club and ECT. Kenneth W. Griffith in the community, and, a Mrs. Essie Holland and the;i
32656. story of the Wedding at Can- Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Charley Dobbs, athletic dir- Pastor playlet will be presented by official staff in charge. -i
Keystone Heights Post Of- I na. The Treasurer reported a Youth Fellowship, 7 and 7:30p. rector, conducted a tour of Sunday School 9:45 a.m. members of the 5th and 6th Harry Young, lay leader and I'!
fice Employees will be grateful -t balance of $86.80 in the bank. m. the clubhouse and let the boys Worship 11 a. m.7oz0os. SUWANNEE VALLEY

t, for your cooperation pertaining The Carnival grossed $1,182.28 Dr. Albert C. Holt, minister; enjoy its facilities. Scouts who .
to the above sugges-,'I and with the expenses of 'Mrs. George Canova, organistand attended were Mike and Rich- AMBULANCE SERVICE
tions. I $45718 deducted, it netted choir director; Mrs. Wm. ard Beard, Pat Harris, Billy
WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS the PTA $725.10. Warren, church secretary. Schoeneman, Eddie Roth- PHONE 96.2600DeWitt I MILKAt

The Keystone Woman's. Mr. Knuth had some im- hammer, Chick Chance and I
C. Jones
Club will hold its regular o portant announcements on FIRST BAPTIST I Lloyd Baldwin. Glynn Roth- :I Funeral Home

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS hammer, Scoutmaster accompanied -
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1 I Funeral Director Your Favorite Grocer
them. DeWitt C. Jones Registered
M GLASS That's Our Business J. R. Smith putor Ralph ANNIVERSARYCELEBRATED iJe666! Starke, Fla.

"If It's Class, We Have It" Copeland, Minister of Mush AVAILABLE IN GALLONS
k t CALL WRITE VISIT and church organist. RENTAL SERVICES
or Services: Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. Ernest P. I Hospital Bed, Wheel Chairs, Crutches HALF GALLONS, QUARTS AND PINTS
CLASS NEEDSlIE1tlS Whitney celebrated their
0:45 a. m. Morning Worship, Golden Wedding Anniversary I-
GLASS CO. 10:50: a. m. Training Union, Sunday afternoon, Nov. 24.
7:00: p. m. Evening wrvlcea with open house at the Home
(NOT INC.) 3:00: p. m. You are Invited to Demonstration Club w
"Fermerly Joe Peters Glass Co. II share family Prayer time wits Andrew Whitney of Gaines- 0 0

'\ We. Design Modern Store Fronts ville, Mrs Ernestine Kymaa 0Q
Just Mail Us A Pattern For of California Mrs. Dorothy
Clancy and Mrs. Iva June
Table Tops GRANDINFrom
Watkins i of Manchester,
1313 N. W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2-435! ? I
Conn., Mrs. Marian Durrell of
Jacksonville, and Mrs. R. M
[ Preceeding Page Vickers of Melrose were host

' 'STARKE Chester, Conn., Mr. and Mrs: and hostesses for their parents y p.o 0 i1.YaNEHt
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight
Larry Lee [Emily Perry] and
I Bruce of Savannah, Ga.,
family of Jacksonville; Mr.
BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO brother and sister-in-law of
and Mrs. Paul Tyre and sen
i Mrs. Whitney, also attended.
of Keystone Heights, Mr- awl ,PERSONALSMrs.
Mrs. J. C. Weeks and familyof
Albert Kerchner of St.
Grandin, Mr. and Mrs.
REPAIRS AUTO SERVICE Petersburg, enroute to her
Loren H. Caughron I Delores
home in Boston, Mass., visited ShuppEr
LaPert] of Jacksonville and
Earl's Garage Hurst's Mr and MrsEugene Brant- her brother-in-law and sister,
Dr. and Mrs Cecil R. Hook-
ley tCharleyene Reed] and
ALL'',KINDS OF Service Station family of Grandin. Mrs. Mary, Mrs. George G. Thigpen of
I AUTO warn' WORK Robinson of Melrose and Mrs. East Palatka and grandson,
Shawn Weddle of Palatka,

,AU,hum Work Guaranteed.#";-SN Goodyear--Oils SINCLAIRGas Tires- Lubrication& -Batteries Zee Heights attended Tolles were',the reunion.teachers of Keystone that .and Mrs.BOggs'granddaughter Thigpen's Jacksonville parents Lynn'sited Mr. 1 1'I+ y E E 1 1O


M. Walnut, SUttt I ROAD SERVICE Sikes terlach Mrs.'on"Earl, .'visited SundayMr Garrison Mrs. of Annie In- and Mr.Mrs-and R.Mrs.M. Cason.David Hin- E Iii

AUTSERVJCE: 706 S. Walnut Stark 964-6111 and Mrs. Bob Brookerof nant of Middleburg, Mrs.
Mr. I Clark Martin John Cheese-
Gainesville visited
Gilbert S. Brown and Trudie Morris of
FLORIST and Mrs. E. J. Hutson and man
Jacksonville visited Mr. and
ftUndard ou genies Statlox son on Saturday.Bob '
I Mrs. Howard Morris during
Colonial Florist Smith of Jacksonvilleand
ATLAS HAS NEW OWNERSDot Mr and Mrs. Harris I the weekend.Mr. .
TIRES A BATTERTM Herring of Palatka visited! and Mrs James E.
diet Term Road Bervlw FRESH Bagwell FLOWERS, Mgr. Mrs. Vira Herring and Mr. Boyle of Jacksonville are the KICK OFF THE 1963 CHRISTMAS SHOPPING SEASON

MEMBER F. T. D. Callie Rye on the weekend. parents of a girl, Lavonno
Phone 964-7071 Flowers Wired World Wide Mr. and Mrs. Irving Or- Marie, born Nov. 22 at St.

407 N. Tarple. Start Starke Phone 964-6291 mond and Mrs of Windsor Edward J.visited Hutson Mr. Mrs Vincent's J. J Boyle Hospital.of Melrose Mr. and are. BY JOINING IN THIS BIGGEST SELLING PROMOTION OF THE

I the paternal grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarenc
i Holden and children attended: YEAR.

nEW HomES i the homecoming of Howel
I Memorial Methodist Churchin

''I Mr.Crescent and Mrs City.L. C. Lee and -: .. :' NOWIIERE BUT NOWIIERE 1'-

: children of Neptune Beach, :
"Fits Your Needs"SARATOGA I Iand Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Jor- ''''T

dan and sons of Lake City .
spent the weekend with Mrs Can your advertising dollar buy so ; I

Lee's and Mrs. Jordan's par- "

HEIGHTS i, ents, Mr. and Mrs. C- P. Per- $ : much for so little as in the BIG i 'r -, -, ,"
ry. .
i Mr. and Mrs. Basil E. An- : combined Tri-County Shopper ,; nand ...
: derson are the parents of a -

STARKE daughter, Rebecca Louisa, Bradford County ''J; :
i born Nov. 16 at Bradford Hospital -

New Masonry. Aluminum Awning Windows .- 3 Bed i i The is Mrs.paternal Agnes Anderson grandmother -- \ Telegraph*
i" ': .
;; ;
.r' f*. : ;
Mich. and the 'J-
of St. Louis .
Rooms -- 2 Full Baths Big Living Room and Dining Maternal grandparents are '- ; .11

I o Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilson : .
AreaSpacious Kitchen -- Plenty Cabinets -- Storage Mrs. R- W. Stack of Wyan- t' : Combined Circulation .. 7SOO'In '
dotte, Mich. is visiting Mr. ,

Room -. Carport Price $11,250. and Mrs. John W. Strawn.
: Mrs. Lucy Register of Jack-

sonville spent a few days with Starke Trade Area '
Mr. and :Mrs. John Hutchinson -
-, .
I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence

Maxson are spending the of Bradford County Union County and Keystone-
o week with their daughter ani including saturation coverage ,
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H.
D. Harrison, in Dunedin. ;
". Mrs R. H. McCollum from Melrose areas. : .

...-;", I Columbia, Ala. is visiting her

u Month :I and son-in-law:Mrs.Mrs.Annie S and P.Taylor Sashoff.daughter of Au-Mr! ..,.=<, ALL FOR REGULAR ADVERTISING RATE PLUS 40 PER CENT 't'\; 1'

burndale is visiting her son- .

I. \1.... ,, in-law and daughter, Mr. and -, ..
Drive Out Pratt St. West To Blanding St. Salesman Has Mrs.Mr.Ray and Birt.Mrs. John S -Ryndof ...h "A: PLEASE HELP US HELP YOU BY S.-.' '., -, :

All Houses Open For Your Inspection Sunday, 12 Noon Dallas a son Tex.Charles are Evans the parentsof born ', -:-.'::). ,". .. ;, GIVING US YOUR AD COPY EARLY, WE. .''.' :.

Nov. 15. Paternal grandmother : ; '.' CAN PREPARE A MORE ATTRACTIVE, ;! :

I Till Dark. And Will Fully Explain How You Can Easi- : is Mrs. Iva Rvnd of West : ; : .'. .! ,
Palm Beach and Mr. and Mrs. ,_ -','-.f :=:< .; '. -- -' MORE EFFECTIVE DISPLAY! : :
Albert C- Squires are the s t-n i .. '1!. ,
Be A Proud Home ", .
ly Owner.DEMETREE l'
*o., >..' ;-* '." -" \ .
maternal grandparents. : "',*' r-;0.*; >' ***"** .Jo '
: Mrs. Mabel Bayless spenta November 29? i"jl:, :
week visiting her son-in- 1r'r.; May We Have Your Copy By Friday, ,.; ",, ,.; !
law and daughter, Mr. and >. : \

BUILDERS INC. Mrs. E. M. Mathews and 1W 'f t,., -.. J Thank You! ': :' < j
children in Gainesville.Mrs. .,. i
Charlotte Paugh of ".LJ6A' '. :>>" i
.. Orange Heights visited Mr. I Ir
Mr. and Mrs. Butch Metlow : i ,
PHONE RA5-8422 of Norfolk. Va. and Mrs. .

.'Frany Nichols of Dunnellon :'


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up, so repeat perform-

ances of-,', the hand-clearing I Tax Collections; Guard Policy I the property, and the names in of the Circuit Court it Stark, I thence run i Ii
which j west to the
I !1 it.' wal' &5 esse1.are! as Florida on or before the 16th Brad I line to the Rradford-AUuhua i J Street to Call Street. th<' I
needed. mrn
: CariBeck ford-Union
are who is follows: *- County line (New
On EnlistmentsIs 'day of December. :.A. 'D. 1963, River County line. thence run northerly I uesterly along Call Stre-t to ih.r' .-
'niachine,1 'Up $10,000First Certificate Xo.. t. Issuance I ). thence run sontheriv and !
Tarot '
, t I \ clearing the- land. and to serve a copy thereof on along the Bradford-Union i westerly along th* Seaboard Airline lUa > id I
f 1S61.-! Description of Theroa ,i Bradford-Alachua 'I I
needs plenty of hand labor to ClarifiedPolicy Property'LOT A. Yawn Jr., plaintiffs County line to State Road County line tliene- run northerly: along t'u-) I
By Mrs. S. 4 of BLK 1 in attorney whose address is 16.thone |'to theMfSt line of Seiuon 33. "! Seaboard Airline Iailr..ad
I : 122: i I''
I UU.u. U.u..1 clear'foots:: and pile them fo. [ 2 WeeksTaxes Gahagan T. 6S R. %S/D 2E EX RW; See. 21 South Walnut Street. Starke. ,i 1 SU e 'Road run southeasterly 16 to the; Farmers-along I Kast Township thenve 7 :South lUnge :21 I the north line of said Township I
I Florida on or before said run north alongsection : II. theno" run
burniyig. date >
,! Market
on National Guard[ Name in i whIch assessed Road thence run easterly lints I
to State I
WHI ttoad IS.\
t as required by the, Laws of ; Ions the north line of !ca.d
i I Mrs- Don Pearson and baby'daughter With Monday declared a -are coming in better i enlistments was clarified thisi I lie PIttman Jr: Florida and the Florida Rotes along the Farmers-Market : thence run northerly anti at.'fori Township 6 to tlu- point of tn
:' :'of I than ever All of said property being In of Road and Center Street t<> th., } along State Road IS and .
r I day national mourning, this/year with collections -i week in a statement from Civil Procedure. If you fail ginning I
of I :Seaboard Airline"Railroad.
:l1iaml1sitM I the
County of Bradford I Uoad S-22T: to State
Road > ,
State i to do so, a decree ( I 20State < (' '(ionI.. That the 'hanr"
pro confesso
and in with for -the first I Capt. Drew of thence run Northerly
conjunction two
F. along the
here last weekend for several ; me- Reddish commander I Florida. will be entered against ( Road IS and S-227 being herehy made will he i "n\e.un I'
days with her movial and prayer services in L !I weeks of county "taxpaying"time I of the 622 OrdnanceCo. Unless such certificate or for 'the relief demanded in you th. i'I. Seaboard Airline Railroad tothe'north I kn'wn as! the :Siarke-Bronkei: 1 to the puhliiatlii il.-snai.i I
t parents Mr. certificates shall be redeemed complaint. line of Township .6 S. Road, thence run northerly! population to County '
011I nil-
I and Mrs. M., M. Matchett churches throughout the $10,000 mon I according law the property This notice shall be publish- !I thence run easterly along said j jI along: State lload 2ot) to Walnut I !lion r's Oistru-t No ;>. and <-n
than last ye'r. "Men be i described! in such } township line to the point of Street in Starke, F'orida.' I I ,
Mr. and Mrs. J- country Hampton Baptist may enlisted if certificate or ,eduonce each week for four j I able this Board to preset' t' Id
L. Spark-! i I certificates will be sold to the beginning. thence run north along Walnut i iI i: linen
Church held "More pX-opie I they qualify consecutive weeks in the Urad- ( f( v\f\\ \oifnK l re< in '
man. Lorraine' a service at 10al are takingadvantageof even though I highest bidder at the .. '. :Street to said point of i
and Russell I oonr Witness!!! my hand and the !' County CoBimU< lolI"" I IUUtrirt begin- ] A'o. fc iiM( u-Ill al l>e a ,>tiveniywWSir -
Sparkman drove to Miami m Monday. Twenty-five I the four percent they have registered with L[ house door on the fjrst Monda seal of said Court' at Stark** I I N<.. :: nznjj.' persons residing' ui
attended the joining j i discount given for Selective Service and have 1 In Month of December. 1963, Bradford ,CountFl! >rida. this I B. inning at the interaction i i t 0111 R') riiiiiMlxiiluuer and Js-obsfantially ptesosetd
last weekend to attend the'I services : taxr/s paying I which is the 2nd day, of Decem '8th day' 'of November, A. l>. j; of State Road lit and the w "=ierly '', ))Ilttrlt'( -N... 5: GTIII'CJtin} preint
wedding of their older in prayer for the Kennedy j in November," Tax. been examined Capt. Red- ber. 1J63. 1963. I!i line' of Bradford County I I i (C'ominviK.inj at the tntersec- Section :).. That no furtl'e,

I son. /I family, the new president., j Collector,J. R. Kelly said. : dish said. "However, after orders Dated this 29th day of Octo: I (SEAL> ) | being New River thence run lion IIf the west. line of Section Al"tio Liken or .'onsldet', it
Lane Clark of Atlanta. Ga. j : So I I ber, 1963. CHARLES A. DARBY, Clerk I southerly' along the westerly I I i 33, Township 7 South. flange in regrara to chnnguiK 'hi
are issued for
I spent last weekend here with Lyndon Johnson and for j far $56,740 in taxes induction I (SEAL) I o! the. Circuit Cosrt Bradford ,I line of Bradford Count). Florida I :21 East and the Alarhua-Uraii- boundaries of the > -.july t'.'in
i :" dedication at this tims for I have / been paid in the first they cannot enlist in.hp.. I Charles A.. Darby. County Florida. to the west line of Section ford County line. tlirnce run I mi.: his i .
parents. Mr. and Mrs two :weeks Guard. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bv Dorothy W. Failing, :30, Township :5; South. Range I! westerly along' aid county lini .- l r -snt \earSeotion .
; Frank Clark at Hamptan the United States. of "tax-collect Bradford County Florida Deputy Clerk 21 East thence run south Hlong i to Bradford-L'ni County line 'h'. The Pi'aril destr., -
L I ing Declaring that there seems f 1 j, (Xew River). thence to definitely
10/31 4t lliCUX.KOK 11'14It 125KKIKI :! "aid section lines to theintersection i run noitherly tlftermine use
Lake. .
I The tax roll for to be some misunderstanding of the west line of '' to the west line of S*>cti i'hl hluudariO'i of all v..ttnc ;'rrints '
I Mr- and Mrs. :Willie Flashes this year ) RF.DISTKICTIW; Section-7, Town! >ip''6 South. 50 Tnvnshjp a South. Kanj1 I on or before leceml.. i'
E. D. AFter this
r on. matter. Capt. Reddisn BID
:21 .
This is a $79,000 RUSOLITION Range 21 Hast with State" Road East 1hene run south dl-Mig; !
, and children are on a trip:' to' I:Wrong License increase in property suggested that men interested The Board Of County Com .\t a. special called meeting ion, jthence run easterly along i j section 'line< to State Road H1u.lh..n'l" I, St-i-tion 7. I is ht'ret.y tie
values missionersof
Oklahoma this week to visit i I : 0 the Guard's enlistment Bradford Count of the Board of County Commissioners State Road 100 to Its intersection I i run easterly: tong) St /over last year's property as- Ji j Florida will receive Firm of Bradford with Pratt Street in : 1 100( to Pratt Street in I jt"ItR of thE rfunty that t I" -

relatives there for Thsaaks- !| Willie Washington, 51, recently -/ sessmentsrtotaling $425,139, program should visit the '!Sealed Bids at 10:00 A. :M., on held in it? office in the County County Starke," Florida, ..thenf*; run StarXe, Florida thence, run II I I boundaries the jires. :.11 .!
giving. David Allen who; Starke armory for additional l the mornins: of Decenjber 3. Court House in Starke, Floridaon northerly and easjetl along northerly and Easterly alon? tion preelw't N'o T lie uri'! r' re- 1 applied for a marriages Taxpayers who pay tneirtaxes information.As | 1963 (In' the Courtroom in the November 6, 1963! with the Ptitt Street to Dntnge: Stieet. Pratt Street in Starke, Florida I .1. and that pulling ,nlin-et 'I"I I

H.I turned last week from a ,'three s ;i nse with Metta Harmotif this 'month will receivea 'I Courthouse, for the following: following members present and thence run FI\JI"-ry alon
I t 1 months visit with. relatives mIP 1145'f I .. both__ ftf n, _Rtavkp's n.___ _Neyrncolony ._ four per' cent discount a member of the Guard. ...n.This, bid. '-will. _be for the, year :lrticipatlag. to-wit: Carl Pre- (Orange. Street to State Itoad. ;( southerly,.. .,.... 11.along..... ...Orange.. .,.,\.,.....,.,..Stre-i. _.... ;, at"iraham......._ ,\, ___ L.
; '
i' Beginning ,anuary 1964. lv' im-nce run ea-nrji.i alOng I II IV' "' ""'" hV"U IUU. 1'"" U'"l1l''ns aliI!
i persons witnout i 1. vatt. Chairman Commissioners I
New ;
Jersey is staying prior military
.at the tnose who pay in December and ending 'De emoor 31, 1964. Russell H. Green. Mrs. Jessie 'I State Road m/ to Water Street I easterly along State Road 100 parts of resolution fit th..
I { farm while his parents (are on j I will Service must take only six i; This bid will be considered fChastain, Jerome Johns and i thence run northerly along t o Walnut Street thence run Board and In confine h<"ew: tare ,.
receive three
On Nov. 11. Willie, a I
was riding cent I .
the months active duty trainingand as a package bid. Geoige- Roberts. I Water Street to the northwest southerly along Walnut Streetto nereby repealedSection
;.. trip. I around in Metta's car discount; January, two percent I 1. Regular Gasoline Commissioner! Green ofr'rt'dand corner of L"t A of Blanding State Road 200. thenc run 9. Thin i i.>,.,,) I tsummarizes .
Mr. and Mrs. DC Waters, : and perform the remainder! 2. Diesel' Fuel No. moved the .j Subdivision, thence run easterly: I I southerly along State Road 200 and i the f a.
when State 2 adoption of tht-
stopped by
Trooper one I' ,
percent all
I : of their military service with 3. Motor 'I' to Alligator Canal. thence rur. to Road 227. theme run westerIv I upon changes ma.:
began work last wee c on a discount. Oil Case lots In 24 !following resolution: ., I ailing Road I In the original
L. N. Fowler and chare the ':' northerly and easterly alon# :227: to State i iedisiri< .!I't?
unit they enlist in or are quart cans 'and 55 gallon BE IT RESOLVED by theBeard j
r drum. R Hd IS, thene resolution f K-tohei' '
two-car Alligator Canal to the easterlyboundary run westerlj & N i 1.M
masonry garage; by with driving 'while intoxicated. -' transferred to. Motor oil will meet API service of County ,Commissioners of the City of Starke. along State Road IS to the west Commissinner Chast.tin K,

. I their home on the main street, I having no valid driver's Bradford Chapter Capt. Reddish said "We Classification DS available in .of, Bradford County Florida thence run southerly: along tiueasterly l intof Section :2S.! Township i onded\ the motion for tbi. tultton < <
I completing most of /j.the work: license and ... SAK: grades 10- W through ;40 Section 1. That the boundaries boundary of the Cityof South. Range 21 ].'.at. thenI I I of the resolution and r1,.
. showing the lIcense Green Hands keep getting Information a- W. This' oil ix to meet requirements 'of the various county Starke to Call Street. (State run south along section! line.' {; revolution was put to a \ .. ,
.. by last weekend.' "of' another. I bout the person who has been of engines operating under commissioners' districts as redistricted Road 230):: thence run westerly to the Rradford-.Vlarhua Coun and I1nan ll1ftu"I)' adopted <-

I Hampton Baptist WMU Whose license did Willis Vre service classification D S. October 8. 1963, be along Call Street to State Road tv line. at said point of begin the votes of 'n""I1Itsl'n.! -
( examined after
\ Initiated receiving notice This oil i is to meet require amruemled as follows: that all 200 thence run northerly along ning."imnlr. Prevail. Green. Kuberis, John.-
met at the church Tuesday show? from ments for of the, .... .. and Chastain.
Selective Service Military speciflca territory included within State Road 2'trt tr t'ir Fan" i ifrllJarkt't >l<"|on \ evening. Nov. 12. : for their. That of Metta's- late hus-! Green Hand and we hope to get this clear- tions M I L-L-45199! for hign the Old X(>w.Hh.t. >r voting/!: :: P.oad. them-e r't: UI.frlrt Ni>. :II (SiAI.: )
were giv- output diesel Precinct No. 7 be of I the Farmers- .. .
I / engine cranKCJise a part westerly: along :Attest* Cbarl A, Pii l"\- 'I
t regular meeting.: program band !larry.Harmon.. en 31 first year members of] ed up because some persons oil. County Commissioner's District Market Road to State Road 16. of ginning at the intersection' I. CHARLES: .V. HARIJV

on mission work in Japan Willie lodged the Bradford FFA are apparently misinformed." It !shall also meet the manu No..; 5.Section. thence run northerly along 6 South th.JJrth with the line liradford-CUy of 1'"" u"hiJ' Clerk of the Circuit; ( ''Hiri ,>'
was in jail L Chapter facturer's %. That a portion of State Road IS to the point of Bradford Omintv FIb" s n.oxofiein .>
i was presented by Mrs Charles ,- i and.later released [tluring formal initiation recommendations Xqr the old Graham voting Precinc* beginning also that part of County line thente run south
under Series ;
t $370 I ceremonies .3 Lubrication.} along raid line to R,>aJSK vlrrk 01 the IV :m' I
\\ Hicks with1 Mrs. P. L-i Friday. 4. Motor No. 4 be a part of County Cummlssioner's Starke, bounded on the east 1 h> r county of County <'onmienIu'rssaid
property bond.BOATDRAIN. October -25, In :Thr Circuit Court Of Tk oil in case :lots 24 (known as the Crystal l.ake
Estes presiding at the' business Kiskih ) quart cans and 55: District No. 5: that S. A. L. Railroad on the south c'luntv. DO HERrttCERTIFY )
.conducted by the Judicial Clrrolt Of gallon d.rum Road thence run westerly anllnorth..rlr
chapter of- the portion of Bradford CountyCommissioner's the west by that the '
Florida In TO. meet by Call Street: on at ahi "
And For Brad Aj'.t'Serviee along said R ad S-1S
i .meeting. : fic rs, fordVeunty. ; Class M District! No. '3 Avenue State Road > and foregoing is true 1,1rt' '
BAPTIST according to Reporter .f-M.S'& Temple ( .
I I In CfcaneerjVo.. I) G available S A E to State Road 1))), thence rui
Grade lying south of Road S-18 be 200), and on the north bv Center and complete ('(III> and trans
13-31 10
T The working at the "Hamp. CHURCH Wayne Moore. W through 40 Wand included in County Commis northerly along Slav lioad tot() ..ript of the revisod redlirjr -" .
I StreeU in Temple's Addition. i
Tommte Jean meet to Water Street in Starke Florida -
Huff I
ton ballfield As part "of Plaintiff, Military Speciflations sioner's District! No. 4. tu
r just west, of i ,their initiation resolution: adupted am
-vsGeorge Marshall Huff de M I L-L-2104 A. Couuty Commlii ioBer' ; th..n'e run northerly along
Sunday School. Section :3. That the boundaries' Board of County fommissionoi!! -
\ town last Saturday saw quite 10 &.&: the Greenhands were required I fendant. 5. All] purpose grease oil, IMMrirt :'I9. 4sCommence Water Street to Call :Street .
grad of the various coun ycommissioners' I on November' 6. 111.:1: ax
t a bit accomplished, with I Morning Worship 11 ft-m. to wear a burlap sack made nrvoRCE: 90 and 140 a gallon and 55: ga.lIon districts as provided at the Intersection thence run easterly along/ Call same appears in the mlnu'r III i is
Order Of nf State Road 100 and Walnut Street (:State; Road N'o. :2Sfl:\ l II>
Publication And drum. Gear : ,
much more yet to be done. As; Training Union. 6:30 p. ,in into a.dress, ,a' different shoe Notice To DefendIn meet M I L-L 2105 lubricate must by the original the Board redtptrict-. adopted 'I Street in Starke, Florida, the Easterly boundary.' of the sioners.AVITXHSSr'id Board. of County C""III< 1-
Specific resolution
of -
Evening Worship 7:30 on each foot the Name of the Ing thence run easterly and !southerly City of Starke.;: (hence run
J stumps and roots are cleared I : p.< m. and to carry a State of tions. October 8, 1963, as changed 'MT:: lf\VD AVnOFFICIAL.
Florida to along State Road 100/ to northerly! along the easterly
and burned more are disced Prayer Meeting. Wednesday, pine branch to school for one George" Marshall: Huff :38 6.lb.Multi-Purpose Grease in by this resolution be as follows R..adlS (known "s the ('r 's-I boundary of the City of Starke I SEAL at St.:, ; ,

I day The boys were also ,not Champlain Street containers.containers' and 120 lb. ; I tal Lake Road). thenCe to/ Allisratnr (Canal thence run Bradford Countv. Florida 11..
XII\'r' 1! I4'5.\ !.
CoaittjCommissioner's easterly alnn, I Is.iid wt"steriatng! Alligator Cana1
Rochester IIlIuthl'rband ;
1U New
'allowed to comb their hair: You are hereby York, 7, All No. 2 Fuel and Kero DiNtricto.. It Road S-1S t<- th- .>a=t line I to the north line of I.>t.\ in (OFF1C1, SEAL!

all day! long and had their: suit' in equity! notified for thata sene to be supplied to th? Beginning; where the North of Bradford County. theme run'l'Vutht"rly rianding :SlIl'li'i5iOfl. thenc< : Charles .\. l>arnvCltrk
hands has been filed against .dirortej.l Courthouse,, Agricultural Build- line of'Township 6 South intersects I' along the east line of i run we.-terly along the north of Circuit O>ur, ''If P' afl
I I There Is No FinerMILIC I I I painted with the traditional Tommie Jean Hurt in you the above >y- lug Health Clinic! and County the Bradford-Clay: County Bradford County to, the Putnam I" lin- of Lot A and an extension II ford County, Florida and < ">

; green ink. named Court and -, Jail. line. thence. run north to tbe County line. thp'l
Theme, of the Bradford you are hereby causeand to The"the low bidder will furnish north line 'of Bradford County 1 along the Patnam: County run southerly along Wat.-i' .. 11/21 4t, !L: ,

ChAnt""..... (..'.1".....,........+.... ,'I'I..I_' --St4tt. ed. ordered and r fummons-I ..._- County._- -, One- Gas Com J,
----r--- 'dU t"uUU1L rue f/mvi j. uiuv. une .com -- '
your written :
answer! or :..
was "American Agriculture I defenses to the complaint! in Air"Pump for- Diesel one 14 H "'.

Horn of Plenty," which feat- ald cause in the office of the Compressor, also Two Barrel -
j undersigned Clerk of the Circuit Hand pumps. .
I Today jI ured a round table of crops !!" Court at Starke, Florida- 'One Gear Oil Lobster, ,One AREA DIRECTORY .

grown primarily in Bradford !i I on or before the 16th day of Grease Gun, to fit 120 lb. Gej- BUSINESS

County and a homemade I December, A. D. 1963 and to grease containers.
The J 1
I 1' st'rve a copy thereof on Theron successful bidder will

horn of plenty with a varietyof A. Yawn. Jr.. plaintiff's attorney purchase from the present supplier -

crops all whose address: is: 122 all underground equip -
grown over the
South Walnut Street. Starke, ment at major oil company .! .
United States.: Florida on or before said date. prices. AUTO SALES & SERVICEJBEAUTY SCHOOL FARM & INDUSTRIAL MUSIC SUPPLIES
as required The | i,
by the laws of board
reserves the
Tomorrow It ,.Will Be Even Wild Florida and the Florida Rules to reject any and all bids.right _. _

Hogs of Civil Procedure. If :you fail (OFFICIAL. SEAL) ,I Gridley Music
to do so, a decree confesso Learn Complete Beauty Culture
'. pro Charles A. Darby, Clerk WOOL.lIERCURY [ .
T Are ,Open, Game will be entered against you 1121 2t Girls '- Women Men Central Tractor Co.
11/28 : Co. Inc.
for the relief demanded in the |j MET FIAT '- MKTCOBJ

i Season ] complaint.This In The County Ju Better-! notice shall be published Bradford I'
S' ,, '. onceeaI. IL".W't> .,.tmtour Probuje V .-1.7W! Florida.. Ford Farming: Implements ,i

11 ., The status of-Florida's wild I I i 'consecutive'County weeks in the Bradford -' 'In Re: -Estate of 'James Horns- .. =. ;Part's ., Special;;Brush-Up. Courses Agricultural Industrial !'I Complete :Music Store
> .j" Telegraph.
I of"-> hogs as.' game ,animals has I i I Witness my hand and the I by Notice, deceased.Of Trained J\lech31Jai-Good Central Hairstyling I I[I Complete] Service & farts Dept.i Planet by Baldwin, Storey &

been clarified by A. D. AId. seal of said Court at Starke, Discharge Filing For Final, Good Used Clark, Henry L. Miller-

So Dont'Say rich, director, of the Game & Bradford 9th day of County November Florida, A. this D. To All Whom Administrator It May Con. Used Can College i <<88 N. W. 6th.Equipment Gainesville :-; Fisehek

Fresh Water Fish Commis- 1963.! !! cern: Barkley' Motors Organs by Baldwin &cone
MILK (SEMi OF CIUCirT COURT) Notice Is hereby given that I 218 S. E. 1st., Gainesville PHONE S76-54SO ]
have Gretch Guitar
filed '
sion.Wild CHARLES A. DARBY. Clerkof my final return as S764105 .
hogs may be taken as'I the Circuit Court Bradford administrator of the Eddie of 615 N. Main Gainesville Amplftn
: County Florida. James JJorn by. .deceased GARDEN SUPPLIES
game animals only during the ; that MainGainesville
By Charles A. Darby Clerk I have filed mr petition for'

open season designated for I'' 11/14 4t 12'5': final discharge, and that I Mill Shopping Center

Say wild hog hunting in ten wild-: ______ apply to the Honorable Theron; B & G Motors Co. BUILDING SUPPLIES Johnson &: Paris Inc. .
A. ,
I life management plus 1 I The Circuit Court Of Tilt. County Judge of ,
II areas. f Highlit Judicial Circuit Of Bradford County, Florida on Complete Line of MOVER
I all orPalm'Beach County, the; !I Florida. IB And For Bradford December 20., 1S63: for approval CADILLACOLDSMOBILEFUHILLMAN

director. said.. ('OUllt,. In Chancery." Cane >o. of the same and for final dis McCoy Building SEEDSPLANTSFERTILIZER.S !

SUWANNEE VALLEY j 13-.1l.-i 'charge as administrator of the I Security Transfer
Camp Blanding is one of., :Milton: :Mosier.: Jr., Plaintiff Estate of James Horns by, de- ;
the management where I In- Annette Barton Mosier. t cea!:ed.Drfted. Supply CenterS I
areas : Defendant. this Sales and Service Insecticide*-Pet SuppllM & Storage Inc.
15th ,
wild hogs are classified asj f Order Of Publication And vember 1963.* day ,of No LUMBER "We Rent Fertilizer Spreade "p! FOR

game animals and subject j' .Notice' :To Defend ., ,/./ lia rriette. C Potneror 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 0 BUILDING SUPPLIES AGE

the regulations and protec-| Of In Florida.The Name To: orTh State Harriette C. Pomt'roas administrator 0 HARDWARENo. 224 N. W. 8th Ave. I I FOGARTY BROS,

MILK tion afforded' other game spe- j Annette. Barton MosierP. James Hornsby.of the deceased.Estate of PRONE JT6-7515: !! Main and 33rd Boulevard PIKVE: 372-0471 I Inc.Loeal .
I cies. O. Box 194 I 'fIANSFER.
I CJloverville, South Carolina.You 11/21 4t 12/12 I PHONE S72-45G1 Gainesville, Fla. Lng: Jstc Moving
Outside of these particu are hereby notified that

lar areas; the' Game Commission I a suit in equity for divorce has CALL FOR BID Crane Motor, Co. i Gainesville CrntoragePac
At Your Favorite Grocer has been filed against you by Milton The Board of County Com I INSULATIONROOFINGAll Phone 376-2666
no jurisdiction over I :MosiiT: Jr. in the ahoy* missioners of Bradford ( LARK'SOLtA .I
'ounty. I IENfiUSH
1040 So. Main Gainesville
hogs of any. kind, "':.which are styled Court and cause and I Florida, 'will receive sealed !
generally classified j.1).I you are hereby summonsed. ordered bids at 10:00 A. M.. on the FORD CEMENT
as privat American
AVAILABLE IN GALLONS I and required to file your morning of December 3 : :
property. Before" going. hog written answer or defenses to I in the Courtroom,' in the 1.1 XTFI.AVL1iDOW SILLS
HALF GALLONS hunting- on lands j I the complaint in said ('au'ein! for Courthouse J MERCEDES BENZ VOLVO>, Insulation
other than I the & Ron finer
AND PINTS H. I the offic'p s\t ttia ii nriatvi cvnari or1'..:.._, ,u.. ___... following. : I STEPPLVG STONES .... .
-- me oesignaiea areas, the I j I Clerk of -the- Circuit i 'Court""at 1964" beginning u mm uc mr me! year Authorized Sales- & Service ["If It's Cement: Wt Cut It"i '"I -- ; jerrcoaij ,,

I hunter should Starke Florida January 1, 1!+64, I CO.
always obtain on or before

I I permission from the landowner. -I'' the and 16th to !it>day rypo'a of copy December thereof", 196-J on, and No.ending 1 Grade December Llmerock 31, 1964.delivered "Complete Service for All I i; Cement I New Roofs shIngles j L l Neon Signs

.' Theron A. Yawn Jr., plaintiffs Price ;jq to Bradford be' given County I Slakes' I i Precast Products or Built-Up I! fNEON PLASTIC PAINTED
attorney. whose address is: 122 per ton. Neon in-signing Neon Repairs
I Ii i., !odtlT Walnut Street Starke. to Board reserves the right 033 N. E. 27th Ave. Gaines\IUi Roof Cleaning A Repairs I Maintenance
reject Erecting
q ,; Florida, on or before said date any and all bids. 606 E. University Ave.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) PHONE 372-093S) Fiberglass Insulation : 1611 S. Main
1 1 as required by the Laws of _
It t Florid and the Florida Rules Charles .A. Darby. Clerk PHONE S724S43Gainesville. I Blown or BattContractor i Phone. Day Gainuve-

i of Civil Procedure. If you fail 11/21 2t 11/2S
to do so, a decree pro oonfesco Fla.DODOF I[I CONCRETE PRODUCTS or RetAil [ NIt 372-8897
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded .A01KMHKR II. .' DAY or KITE
in theeomilainL ift* !
"k'c !
>'.This notice shall be publish- Sealed bids will be received by :-IART ; PHONE 376-4236 I I '

1'S. j ed once each week for four con- the City Council of the City of I C'OXCKETE !314 N.}. 19th Dr. GainestUla;; Parker's

iI fecutite weeks in The Bradford Starke, Florida at the city hall : ARE THE BEST FROM -- .
I County Telegraph. i ln'Starke Florida. until .:oO 0'.. DODGE TRUCKS i :r t Must
Witness my band and theal'of cflocK p. m.. on Tuesday Decem Edwards Building LADIES WEAR ; Gafne\'Ues Complete Of-
'! said ber, 17 '1-963 Salee-Parts-Service flee Equipment Machine
Court at Starke, at-which time and 4 l &
Bradford County, Florida this place all bids received '
will be 1 r
.11 oublicly USED CARS TOOI'ooleGabe : Supply Inc. Store.
|! day of November193.. opened and read aloud I
.(SEAL OF CIECriT COURT) on the 'following: Cherry'sGainesville's Ii Complete Office
.CHARLES:; A. DARBY. Clerk of I Onei Motors 728 S. Mab>-372-4844 j i Pan

the Circuit Court, Bradford base 156 or 157, 6 cylinder englne -. Most Fashionable I' Underwood
County Florida. H. p not lesathan, 135 vt i Gainesville, Fla. : 601. W. University Ave.
l'By Charles A. Darby. Clerk. more than 170 front ,axle CP, 119 E. E. 1st. Ave..Gainesvilttf; Addresj For Ladies GainMviUe

HliIt 12/5 4000 to 5000' Rear Axle CP 13,000 DRKS5ES: t'ITS-COAT$ S'-5
to 15.UOO. 4-speed ELECTRIC \
transmission PHONE MOTORS -
... < ,_'Notice -Is, hereby, i'eJth&1 turp signals\ tires tubes 7 .
;. I. P. D.: Reddish Sheriff of 'OX 203ply front, 825X20 _% Electric Motor I -
I.i Bradford County, Florida. un- 19 ply on rear. Vacumn booster AUTO.SALVAGEPaul's : : Harper Paint Co.
jftler and by virtue of Writ of brake, heater installed stand 105 W. University, GalnesviinMONUMENTS '
1-,Execution to Wit: ard equipment, color Omaha Repair Co. I We Stock
Execution ia-ued out of. Small Orange. I
I( Claims Court of Alachua Coun- One Fla' td steel smooth Auto SalvageWe OF GAINESVILLE INOl : WAI.L.\PflS

___ I tr. Florida .pursuant to a final flooring., dump body 12 feet long COMPLETE SMITH ,,,
judgment for :Marion: Finance f by ,7>.: feet wide with standard ELECTRIC F- DUTCH BOY PAINTS

---- -- i Comnanr. a Florida. Cornora- O<'Kfo\s. .all, !Ironnd. \t--i _. "- Buy Wrecked ,Cars At ,r IVIV\ fl .inf'tv1HA.. .. I ".!.I".A... _t- ___ _
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-.v. Hl- -- -- .w A .u .
'i'HIS THANKSGIVING "Uo'alfd/ ajfant lIuT>ert-Bernr dranlic" hoist'! model 721-A2_ :: i f I 4IU'C. upp

DAY- ,, defendant ISd.SS together in the with amount costs of of or body Garwood installed Hoist! complete Model A-:Jl I. TOP PRICES I SALES '' qV SERVICE & Marble VVorksCE3JL'TRY 10 S. w. 7th SteetGaineJe

Heap high! the groaning ard ., i .collection Omaha Orange in color. also AA Hake & Model Used "Distributor of
Have" seizM and I .
haydn my The said
City Coun !Lruer 'e. New Lincoln Moton"PHONE
And like the Pilgrim band .' | possession the following described -' the right to accept or reject"any Parts 8 !L\RKJ:. PHOTO I'Fuller's
personal 572-8318 SIOI
? .' property to or all bid.. Service _
Give thanks the .. .' I wit: City Council Of City Of Starke Teletype. -We will tIM & Cleaning
unto Lord 1030
UZI Chevrolet M1 Gainesville
: : Pick up Truck I:.Florida I' Foto Inc.
'any for Domestic Industrial
: lID A'o. JBA 144745 Tag 45 GK By Merrill part yon. & Marble, ,
For this our bounteous land. . SIT Edwards City Clerk
"- -> I 11/21 2t 11/2 Phone 376-4512 & Granite I I I Central Florida's
Ai the property of the above Fet
"IN OBSERVANCE OF THANKSGIVING DAY OUR. DANK- named defendant and that on I 1301 S. Main Gainesville FLOOR COVERING Coffee Tables Counters ;I I' Selection o.t .
Monday the !9th day of Decem { New
IB The & Used Cameras
Circuit C urt
Of The j
WIll NOT: ber t
BUSINESS ON THURSDAY, NOV. 23 noon on 19(3 said at day twelve on the o'clock Eighth Jad trial ('I..ralt Ofj I II Fireplaces I Photographic Equipment &i

misesof the pradford County pre I, COB Florida IB tall For Bradford i Automatic Transmissions Central Florida Tile 2133 S. E. 4th St.
Mr. Iii Supplies
Chaarcry. Case : I
Jail I
I will offer for sale and 13-30M Ij
sell to the. highest -bidder tor lark x.1 I I i Ga1nessilla 371-6151 Blalte Flnlshlnf
110M ONE
) Plaintiff DAY SERVICE
cash in hand. the abo\e described Sally Mae Moody. Defendant. j!f & Marblc'Co* i Bore Noon-Out At 5

fendant propertyof to !'aUsth said de DIVORCE 1 I ALL I f I i 619 W. University Cainesvilja
Aforesaid MAKES-REPAIR MotorcyclesScootersStreit's
Order Of Publication And No- I I ,
I' I
Execution. C.\IJI'FTS:
t*** T. Ivfend. r. BYLeeis. I
Bradford :Sheriff In The Name Of The State I I Monaren, Loomweave j: TYPEWRITERS
County. Florida. Of Florida To: I Bicycle Shop ij!
t p -
1 1KiKim
14 Gator Dowus
\1: 4t l-a -Sally -.Vae M..ody. Route 2, Automatic

: \ ; : : : : : N.ilOf ApplleatleH Far Tax box You:.t.are ute hereby Park.: notified Georgia.that Transmission. !I IT Sii Installation**-\V. !1 ta Wall. j; Car hman I: Vespa SrootewDurati ,Hancock, .T ypewritet

DrrtiSee. a suit la qulty for divorce Service! Jl.S.tZuadappothrcyeleaSaIe ,,
i>>4.I" F. S. has been filed Armstrong and Kentile EXCIArGE
against I
you {I.| & Service
Member Notice Is 'I i ii I
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. hereby Civfft. that I Jack Moody in the iI Vr named 'L C. Clary Totalla
T. J. Alders.a.the bolder of Court and rmae and you rr I 'Floor Coverings t tCOSIPLJrTE .i SCHWECf BICYCLES -
fallowing1 certificates! has hereby summonsed ordered and : 1! dti JlacWnca, Calculators
One of 31 Banks of the filed said cmifcates for tax required to file I LINES OF Locksmith & Safe Work
Florida National Group deed to be issued thereon. The I answer! or defenses your to the writtrn ]19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.Oj) i! TILES All.RBLEl540 I SALES -SERVICERENTALS
complaInt j. 615
I certificate numbers and year in said cause in the ofM Gainesville r PHONE 372-0372J) 1 Universitj Ave. 1! 431 N. Main St., Gainesville
of Issuance, the descriptioa<< of J lice or that undersigned Clerk P4. G'ville 376-6406 1 Gainesville 376-7761 || Phone 376-5551

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Ainnan Tommy H. Jones "
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son of Mr. and Mrs. Fran-
W. Jones of Keystone
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Heights, ,is being reassignedto tf "
Chanute AFB. Illinois for
technical training as a U. S. PRICES GOOD FRL, Nf1 j ..
Air Force aircraft maintenance -
SAT. Nov. 29, 30 .
specialist. A graduate of .. (0
Keystone Heights High t *fit-V JT j '
! p 4' 4 4BOLOGNA .,
't School he recently completed P.S.G. SLICED *'.g-
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1'1! Pvt: James A. Gnann Jr.. LARGE ISifj "
:, ron of Mr. and Mrs. J. A .
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Gnann of Theressa. has com y
lI l pleted eight weeks of Military
I L4 '
1'\\ Police training at the, U. .S FARMERGRAY SMOKEDSAUSAGE :

Army Training Center. Fort Sfc J v J 4t
I Gordon Ga. During the .
he received instruction
in such subjects as civil
and military law; traffic control LB 49t >14*; \ '
'map, reading prisoner "
I, of war control 'and self de- LADY FAIR SWEET OR BUTTERMILK 1 fI1 WHOLELIMIT-1/ V .

I I,,I fense.Army; in Pvt.May Gnann 1963 entered and completed the BISCUITS 6 CANS 49 'ci 4'7 V WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER v. r *;**."K f! .

'I basic training: at Fort t
Gordon. He graduated horn MAYFAIR, NEW IMPROVED w-

Bradford High-r School in,1957. COUHIiSE29c a BUY BIG I SAVE BIG I = ;

Charles V. King, airman CEDAR KEYMUUIT !:,,,,,,,,":;.,,";;;::;!{..;!;:!':'!:ii"} rTj
apprentice, U; -SNavy. ,is I
{serving aboard the attackaircraft OS 3 LBS FRESHLY GROUND BEEF Sj g :
carrier, USS Kitty ,
Hawk, operating put, of 'San- 1I GOLDEN BROWN HEAT 'N! EAT !:1 3 LBS 1st CUT RIB PORK CHOPS 5JT* KJijjm :
Calif,, and participated :
I Diego; ; FISH STICKS 6 3ft
I,. in a recent naval exercise 1 )
r the,son .of, Mr. and Mrs:liar
vey V. King of Rt. 2, starke: RED PERCH 1&35t "'.", .- -: ': fL.\ORGA =
-- wIjJJ//Ji.. !lIJlirJ'fLas FRYER sS. QTRS. GRADE'A'fRm 1
! < Airman, .1st 'class 'Charles'E .,Vift.zl 'ft'n''J'-:.)"'1
f Manire''of'. Hampton ,has! 1/ ;i"R; t Kit {f7r iltl' 3 Las SMOKED HAM HOCKS 'I 1
selected tr
been v Outstanding ._.. i.. t/M : m *
I in his .'. .. ..:.." .A J ,
Airman of the quarter "m m
I unit at Shemya 'Air Force 'f-_': I .:: 6Ei\fj.11, } 3 LBS TENDER BEEF LIVERS .
Base. In :Alaska. The award
':;?f'if'jfriF/.J. ..... III
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was made to Manire. in recognition ':' ; ', 0 I\"' K
I of his exemplary conduct L A -; t tf'i.i; '.p oi s SKINLESS FRANKSCRAY BRAND! '. #'. '" .x?i ;;.
ftJj/l ;
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and performance of ji'iI i.J ...",. 1
duty, and he also received a 1 ri SLBS ROLL SAUSAGEpRIDEBRAHDJJ41eZ""i -r.; .
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$25 savings bond, The .son of ;//J'a''I. ; :iit !
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Mi's. Louise L. Manire ,9' !'t : .
Hampton,, he entered the Air a t 3 LBs WaQCOQ. STREAKO.LEA: 'r :Set-- t *'
1957'and r :--.tJ
Force In February -
I is now a communication 3' LBS .SLICED BACON n fj .. :. : .. _

I Force.wiring specialist. in. the Air ,, -- wttj)h \\nifl1'.. .. .S) ROSEY RED ,
: ': W; PUNCH
Charles J. Hilliard. oommissaryman 5 ? :
3rd class USN 1 : ;j ) ,l' A
sub- t. >>0" $ .. ., 0
aboard the .
Is serving .;\\' V
Holland "
marine tender USS '
which operates out of Charleston < m._ } CANS
S- C. It has recently r ..
returned from training exercises .
in the Caribbean. Hill- = ..
lard is the son' of Mr. and .

Mrs.Starke.Charlie L Hilliard oS _i t. A I 1 j rs r ...

Specialist-4 n.Jack L. Terrell' __ / & '

whose wife. Virginia lives Ir. I I r :
Keystone Heights. has completed I 1'r

I fuel a 12-week and electrical combat systems vehicle -- :: w ;

course at The Ordnance
Aberdeen Proving :
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entered the ,
flreuwK Md. He' Y"'i'..'.:''I'>J.' .f}r.l..,. .-"" "?"i Fir'.a.aYrk;
Army in June 1960 and has .<<. .. ; :ii-' IW
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served In the Far East. "$ -
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I, apprentice aboard Charles the V.USN attack King, Is aircraft airman serving FOR A MERRIER 1

USS Kitty Hawk. The ship 1*
I currently in the Far East asa CHRISTMAS McrcluntsV _

I member of the Seventh J l BRAVO,LEAN.SOUTH AMERICAN 0'" j
Fleet King is the son of Mr. $

and Mrs. Harvey V. King of REDEEM YOURMERCHANTS .1. 111 C nliJJifiDIeIlF 3-120% 100 .

Route 2. Starke. .
GREEN .. / Fresh
Pvt. Liwrenee E. Smith, 1;>. \
son of Felton T- Smith of STAMPS EARLY! t .
Starke has, Completed 'six U.S. *1 WHITE IRIH. '' ;

weeks training of at advanced Fort Hood.combat Texav VISIT OUR GIFT RE : : } ok d GoodsH"DEMPTION

During the training he received 1
o instruction! in firing DESK NOW Jm POTATOES.
individual weapons chemical %LADY FAIR FRESH BAKED ., :
and weapons radiological, chemical'warfare biological and AND MAKE A LEISURELY t } BANANAS; CINNAMON BUNS :

Army other tactics last July He and entered received the SELECTION FROM ., .

basic.training at Fort Gordon M
:, Ga. His: wife Carolyn lives : 25 REG
I at Raiford. I VALUE 35# i

422 N. St. 'Clair at.t LADY FAIR GIANT 1&} LB r

t Sunday School 10 a.mI t LB BAG zl' C THIN SLICED( PLLLMAN WHITE :

I Morning Worihip. 11 ai BREADLO f25(

f I Evening Service 730; p.m.-. )1 1 ;
PK each Wednesday. ':30 p. ...

7:30 m.: Prayer pm.L.Meeting, 8. Wflliiun Friday. il illi I il-.i: I:J; Ili : .r..r. .rr..rrr.r('t :rr :Im ;; i .: rr.. .r.rrrr.rrrrw.Ii ; I!,

pastor. I I .rr'
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CHURCH I 1 L\J t4 2/1 Liu Pic,,. BLUEBONNET I .I '", f1'of2S; i : \ .t'5qt.REGINA regular er J i ,"i Pk. *f 20 LADY FAIR 1 e t 1 10'\ 25 OZ.COMSTCCK! APPLE I : S es. DECAY w' I I 1
i James Temple Pastor In OLEO 1 1 l 4 t I flayer i/9s'u'l( I't. II i 4 1 r
Her. / 31 ALKA SELTZER 32 5 J garlic | Brow N Serve i PIE FILLING. 36 I COFFEE 7 35M
11 I Morning Worship 11 am. I M AOftOON 10 M IUM*_BOM WIW TOM I. .. .. I WINE/ VINEGAR 33' I I PETITE ROLLS 34M J rwowsal2.443 .
KKWZ i _
\ Evening Service, ft pm. Sun ,. ......' .... ..f .....M'O.SIAMI'ICU.C1NI'OUI.M.ii.i244fM...&..* %i'w...+ :2Ii >cSt..otlKf.--'O'-ASI 1246 ._.....r I '..u&na...ro.s'tOIIMaWI1OUINIOWI...woe )2-4-4J .......r I. ...r.earn.lroutuwslo. ._._.+WrteslZ63'KONt ou HKnut I .l...UCOOM....MIWItAH.IQIIIMIUi KH 12-4 KOHl- 3!-IITO- HJVXU...*e f :

I day School. 10 a.m. Training -, l i .
Union 7 pnx. Prayer Service .i

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rVYYYYYTYYYYYTYYYTYYYl1AXV1LLE wanting to work please giveJ. I is improving in Bradford dren were Saturday visitors j I-

D. a call and let's try to i County Hospital where he has I i of Mr- and Mrs. V. J. Slade (

!I finish the buildingHOMECOMING been confined for the last few of Hampton. !i

EVENTS weeks. He is expected to return Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson and

Baldwin High held their home this week. Mrs Ed Harris and daughter WORTH'SBINS Tx.12
Homecoming parade game Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Brad- all of Jacksonville, attendedthe

.. ,,, t I'jiiid dance last Friday night. shaw attended a dance at the Homecoming game in
PTA MEETINGThe The winning parade car was Rotary Club in Lake City Baldwin Friday night with ,
Sharon Griffis. Taking part I Saturday night cf last week.I Mrs. J. C. Nolin and children. :

its regular Maxville monthly PTA will meeting hold I I in decorating and riding m I! Cheryl Wilkinson daughter Mrs. William Turner visited : E. CALL ST. AFTER 19 YEARS STARKE( FLORIDA
the car were Peggy and Gary of Mr. and Mrs Oscar I her sister in Georgia recently -, ,
Thursday night. Dec. 5. at Lucas Sharon and Karon Wilkinson and Jimmy Midy- Weekend visitors at the
7:30 p. m. in the school caf3: Griffis Earling Sturat. and ette son of Mr. and Mrs. Turner home were Mr. Turn-
teria. The president, Mrs-- Runnette Ovare. Sammy Midyette, returned to er's son and family of Jack- JUST IN Fw GUARANTEED
John W. Lloyd that all
school this week after being
; sonville. ELR
Baldwin won the homecoming e -
,parents to attend.
try confined to home wth the Cheryl and Jeffery Norta SAVINGS
game 39-12 over Crescent
/.PATROL BOY DANCE chickenpox. children of Mr. and Mrs.

The Maxville School Patrol I' City.The closing event of the Alvin Padgett, son of Mr. Roger North spent the week- TIME
Boys attended a dance given I end with % UP TO
) I gala affair was a dance in the and Mrs. Harry Padgett, is their grandparents
at the Duval county Armory I high school auditorium, spon- I scheduled to report for arm- Mr. and Mrs. John North.

"in. Jacksonville last Friday sored the Baldwin High ed services this week.
night. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bell and fTT T TYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYY FOR
School Juniors. : 0 ,'
rWayne Harold Hams.JLariy .
Bell PADGETT BIRTHDAY- son of Jacksonville were Saturday \ \ :
Rhoden. David Parrish.
guests of Mr. and MrsJ. RA1FORD '
I Mr and 'Mrs. J. D Padgettand
Johnny Wilkinson, and Ron- D. Bell and family.
',Fi Moseley. Taking part In I Mr. and Mrs David Co 7- Recent visitors of' Mrs. \ H-
erdale entertained with a tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA CHRISTMAS : U I
the Veterans Day Parade in Dorothy Waters were. Mr. and C
party at the Coverdale home __
'Jacksonvelle were David ,Par- Mrs R. L. Stanley of Savannah Mr..and MrsC.. M Burnett :,
BrtsK, Larry Rhoden, and last Sunday in honor of"E. C. Ga., Mrs. W. L. Robinson 1 h ad as guests last week her
"Harold Harris. Padgett. Cake and punch and daughter of Lake sister, Mrs. Mary Johns of
CIVIC CLUB WORKING were served after opening the City, and Mrs. Roy Waters Jacksonville. I OUR QUITTING BUSINESS SALE WILL CONTINUE UNTIL EVERY PIECE OF

Persons interested in seeing gifts. Enjoying the occasion and son of Jacksonville. Sunday guests of Mr. and :
the Civil Club completed are with E. C. were Mrs. Ruby John Waters is recuperating Mrs. Mallie Griffis were their: MERCHANDISE IS SOLD!

asked to contact J. D. BelL Green and grandson Wendell, at his home after being children, Mr. and Mrs. Harlis

Bathrooms-and windows need put installing in. The Mrs.Harris Dora Jean Byrd Padgett Mrs. Bertha and confined Starke to recently.Doctor's He Hospitalin is expected Ellington Lake Butler and Mr.children and :Mrf3.of i' Costs have been diregarded--you will ben efit by the terrific mark downs we have

"feheetrock has been hung and children Mrs. Dora North to return to his work Keith Griffis and children o! ,
...& new rug laid in the clinic Grandma Wellhausen, Rev. this week. Macclenny Mr. and Mrs. Joe taken in order to sell everything in the shortest possible time. ABSOLUTELY
Taggart Rhonda, Junior, Fair of and
office. Those wishing to Congratulations being
;3L.small donation rather than give Cheryl and Jeffry North. received by Sue are and Ray friends, Mr. and Mrs Craw- NOTHING SOLD TO DEALERS Many hundreds of items to numerous to men-

work, the money can be used Song services at Maxvill Burnsed of Gainesville ,for- ford and Mrs. Gertie Dixon ,
for materials or for hiring Baptist Church last Sundaywere mer Maxville residents on Jacksonville.. 1 tion in this ad!
dedicated to Frank Mrs- John Godwin of San-
the birth of a daughter, No- '

help.The county nurse is at the' ted Wellhausen a birthday who on also Sunday celebra-E : vember 19 at St- Vincent's derson kins visited and Mrs.:Mrs. E.Ruth W. Tomp-Rawl- 1IJ" 'tW-. "%. ;*,.".,.,...!1.t" .W,. ...%',. .Y .',.Y< .,".,,....,'t.'fI, '_. '...,, ,....._.",. 'ji.....<' ... -."," .:.o....". ._: _,' ,".'..... ..,....
clinic the first Thursday c. Hospital in Jacksonville. LADIES Iv ;<'>).. :: and Grandma :
I C. Padgett ings. :Mrs. Eva Henry Mrs- "
each month and her servicesare
W. L. [Joe] Ellis had minor "
I Wellhausen who celebrated Emma Cooper, and Mrs. Nan fi-/ : ES'
available to in Tuesday of last
everyone surgery
i her birthday early in the cy Bryan on Wednesday of Sweaters Savings
the We Medical Centerin
community. cannot week at Duval
: week. last week. Mrs. Bryan cele- '. FAMOUS LABEL BETTER
keep our clinic open without Jacksonville. He was able SPORTSWEARCoordinate UP TO
I Friends of Padgett i BANLONS
Harry brated her 93rd birthday.i
These facilities, so anyone to return to his home the DRESSES 84-
i will be interested to know he same day. Wade and Paul Tompkins BULKIES Sets
of Leesburg were Friday SLIPOVERS
Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade inght guests of the E. W. CARDIGAN Arnels, Cotton, Dacron Capris-Slim Jims
c. and family were Sunday of Tompkins family. Polyester BlendsJuniorMisses BlousesCulottesSkirts uflJ

.. last week dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Mat-'I
Mr. and Mrs W. M. Slade o: hews of Alachua were last $$274 Half SizesREGULAR New Fabrics

ILORIDA Hampton.Mrs. Friday guests of their aunts,i Best Styles

Jack Wilkinson had Mrs. Ada Kelly and MrsBell TO i84 And Colors '
to have her rings removed i McCormick. :

from her finger due to an Mrs.: A. M Jones Jr. was to I $544 VALUES TO $14.98 .
sect bite over the weekend.Mrs. i11-1 I : LADIES
surprised Sunday afternoon
Joan Fraser and
THEATRE- with a birthday supper in the L1 SEAMLESS UNIFORMS
of Jacksonville were last I LADIES SAVINGS
home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis NYLON 'VEARLADIES
Wednesday visitors of Mrs- WASH! 'N
Clemons and Mrs A. M. Jones UP TO
Avory Slade and daughter.Mr. LINGERIE HOSE Cottons
Sr. of Lake Butler. Enjoyingthis : i 44
and Mrs Leonard Wilkinson .
t OPENING TIME occasion with the honor NylonsDacron

MONDAY'THROUGH FRIDAY. Beach spent and daughter last week of Vero witn guests ware Mr. and Mrs.: BRAS and 1 And 0/ 2 PAIR -

6:45 P.M.\ Lewis demons, MrsA.. M. /0 '
Mr. Polyester
Wilkinson's parents. ;
SATURDAY 1:00 ...:- SUNDAY 2:00 I Jones Sr., and Mrs Mary SLEEPWEARSlips C
and Mrs. C. E. WilkinsonMrs. -
Freeman and family, Mr. and: GIRDLESSavings .
Lucille Griffis Karen
Belle Mrs. Harold Crawford cf : w: -:-Gowns All
and Sharon and Mrs -
Thurs. Fri. Nov. 28 29 Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs ; k Pajamas 4
with To
N Giddens were visiting Charlie Jones of Welaka. to sizes 5.84 >
Mrs. Griffis" brother. Ellis
OPEN.2:45 P. M. THANKSGIVING Giddens of Jacksonville last Mrs. Sue Vandiveer and
family last
were guests.
Sunday afternoon. I
Claude North son of Mr. Thursday of Mrs. Alice Cason jIA
THE GREATADVENTURE, BEGINS WITH and Mrs. John North has received and Mrs- Joyce Norman. 68%
,I tHMYc his discharge from the James Green and little M ENS A
daughter of Jacksonville ; a
f service and is spending some were
time with his aunt 'Mrs. B. Friday night guests of his! .. SWEATERS x MENS r 84
W. Facks in Silver Spring. grandparents, Mrs. Mary
Freeman.Mr. SLACKS
I GIRLS Lambs wool
Md.Roger .
and Claudine North and Mrs. Theodore '
? and children were weekend Rosier had as Sunday guests : PulloversCardigans tJU1 Dacron-Acetate

visitors of Mrs North's parents their children, Mr. and Mrs.J. ANKLETS ; Wool Blends
STEVE JAMES RICHARD Mr. and Mrs. Claude S. Sapp and family of Zipper Styles To $5.84 Cottons ..

MCQUEEN GARNER Al1EN ROUEN \ Waters of Alma, Ga. Lawtey and Mrand Mrs.:' COTTON. Wash 'N Wear
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Greenof Cecil Addison Jr. of Lake NYLON Plain Front

COIORKL PANAVISI0 IfU13T, Jacksonville were last Mon- City.Mrs. STRETCH JACKETS PleatedRegular To

day visitors of Mr. and Mrs- Alice Faulkner of
THEATRE Claude Green. Other visitorsat Jacksonville came Sunday Poplins Q 1 $5.84 .,
C Continental
Saturday -- November 30 the Gren home were Mr and brought her aunt Mrs. Laminated Hk ,84 4. ;
Dora North. Grandma Well- Lydia Jones back home after : 22 Boltaflex V

DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM hausen and Lessie Mae Wil the spending George several Faulkners.days with Like Leather To $7.94 Y '.. N r

kinson. Values to $14.98
NO.l Mrs. Joe Lucas and Mrs. Rev. and Mrs Davidson of r
Slade accompaniedCliff Dade City were Sunday night MENSUNDERWEAR
Avory Others to 33c MENSWork ;MENS
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John'
Slade to the Hotel George -

HE HAD THEPOWER Washington Tuesday Ross. I Pants DungareesDRESSES
where he auditioned for the The Andrew Dobson family GIRLS 10-oz.

TO SEE .,' I Ted Mack Amateur Hour. and the John Ross family T-Shirts Khaki $2 24 Blue $184
THROUGHCLOTHES. Recent guests at the home visited in Orlando last week- I BriefsShorts 33c A., Gray Denim

... of Mr. and Mrs Buddy Brad- end and attended the mar- i > ---
FLESH.. shaw and son were Helen I riage of their son and brother 1 BOYS WESTERN 11EN5BOYSins
and Glenn Shuford of Law- Ronald Dobson. Buy Now For fL
1 tey.Rev... and Mrs. Williams and I ; Full Size
At The Tabernacle ,S'; 13 3/4-oz. SAVE UP TO
I children of Starke were Sun- I $154 White '8 For 64c White V
1 day a week ago dinner guestsi I A Missionary service was : Package Of Back t 68%

i Mrs. F. B. Colsman. Rev- i held at the Gospel Tabernacle -: W
I Williams is the new pastor last Friday night in ; ,

I NIKKEI OFEKEUI1EpKATIOMALSC1ENCEflCT10MPR1E! '!'of Maxville Baptist Church which Rev. and Mrs. M. M. to $$454 s1.
Pammy Mosley, daughter of Brackman Sr. and Morris Jr. i s.
:Mr. and Mrs. R. W- Durranceof showed pictures and brought I II
NO.2 Jacksonville, former Max messages on the work being I I'I .; c !
The Entire
SHOES For Family
vine residents were recently done in and around Puerto

confined to Baptist Hospital Rico Visques, and other'. GIRLS I
JOHN SAXON in Jacksonville. small islands in the West In-
I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Caruso di s. Also the work of youth Car COATS' LADIES LADIES :k. MENS

SANDRA DEE and daughter of Panama CityI camps being set up in Florida Dress Shoes Casual Flats g; DRESS WORK SHOES 1
IIId I back. At the present --
in the work carried on by
bv'.4.. uncertain 2.84 to $3.84 $1.74 to \
7TERESAWRIGHTJAMES plans are Morris Jr- The musical pro- $2.44t\
I make their JACKETS
where they will xx
WHITMOREIT gram was a feature of the Fortune Boys Shoes I
.1 new home. The {lCaruso'sdaughter evening as Morris is a skilled I CHILDRENS SHOES'
is staying here with .
accordion player as well as Values
J.Y: ANA PATTEN MARGARET UNDSW! *VIRGINIA GREY....JODY McCRU-ALAN BAXTER her grandparents Mr and talented vocalist.CARD I Endicott Johnson To Regular$6.98 I

UNIKRSAl HlURNATXJKAl PiCTURE Mrs. Albert Smith, for a few 1I Boots I ,
days.Robin Smith daughter of OF THANKS I I I II Choice $224 to $3.84 '' -" $334 To $6.84 $984 ? 8SHOESODD i

Sun., Mon., Tues.' Dec. 1, '2, 3 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith fc We wish to take this means Entire Stock \

confined to her home with of j expressing our love and ,
DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM chickenpox. J appreciation to our many L1_ t

-. --<; --... I Marion Carter of Starke is friends fer their thoughtfulness ;- % !Mjr; ,

l! spending some time with his at our time of sorrow in ,
m INTERNATIONAL I brother and sister-in-law M.-. the loss of our mother and

MURDER MACHINE 1 i J and Mrs. Henry carter. grandmother The B. T CHILDREN 94c
Thomas family. I
THEY COULDN'T I Mr- and Mrs. Randolph AFT R ,
the sick i
TURNOFF! Crosby have been on I r--'c.--- -- r. -
4 II I list this past week. Both are FBI I EaBl
t improving and able to return i iYEARS

Keith Godwin, son of Mr t

t.,. .... -- I and Mrs. Willie Godwin, had
.-, J to be taken to a Starke doctor
: PL: U S -

." last Minnie Wednesday.Hargroves has been CHRISTMASSorry
I employed recently in the office -
By U :! cf Mangel's Shops in WATCHES-DIAMONDS
APIA < i !
lURRER : Jacksonville. No
;) AH Work GuaranteedA

\\t" \\Posse will Friends be interested of Jessie to Manning know C. Williams
IhiWNldl. COLOR that he is improving in Bradford 142 W. CaD St. GOING OUT
\ 6 E"\ Jdt IIR j County Hospital in
1\t 'Yl THEATRE A.tsts j I Starke where he has been Starke Fla. ExchangesI'AGE

:1\$! .__ ... 2 confined for several weeks. .
... Mrs. Avory Slade and chit'I .- -., 'j f -. .' 1 >......._. '

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