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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 29, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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+s ,I Lewis Confirms I II !Starke! Youth ; Reapportionment



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.: .....' ...' H. Lewis, director of Florida The verdict rendered by a cor- .5 5 5 5 A"
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el.: ....' State Farmers .Markets, said yesterday cner's jury.. sUil in session! Thurs- '' Voted On Tues.
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that M. O. Harrell, Br3-d-1
{i;'", +' .r 1It ford County Commissioner l. from lay. will determine whether or

t.. I ......."1fI" District Five was appointed manager : -I nct charges will be filed against.
:' Tommie Lee 19-year-olrf!
.-.,.'_. .;...1 of the Brooker State Farmers ; Starke youth in Coley the,auto accident : Although it's a double-header next Tuesday'* electionis

; t Jrt r. t. Market effective Oct. 1. i death Tuesday night of ThomasJ. exacted to attract only) a smattering of voters to 'he!

'b tw > Mr. Lewis said the market was i*' Dukes. 77 of Lake Butler: )poll in Bradford: County. In addition to registering tru-ir

r,"' tr 1 closed down last July 1 on a temporary [ retired farmer and a former I : 1 rr pros or cons in the matter of reapportioning!: the State Legislature Ji -

basis "for study" and that,'!. member of the Union County S L: i ) Bradford voter.will)) also elect a slate of three

l the then manager, Ralph A. Net- School Board: for 20 years, Duke school trustees: from the four candidate? bidding fur of tire.
ties
'- | Jr., was released at that was walking to a football gaD $
time. He said that, Harrell a in Lake Butler Tuesday night The controversial reapportionment -

director of the market and Brooker when struck by an automobile s amendment provides that
had shown interest in he House' of Representatives be Pecan Auctions
;J grower driven by. Coley. The accident occurred -
: increased from 95 to 103 members
; L : the operation since its establishment about 8:20 p. m. south of
and applied for the man- the gymnasium on Lake Street I with six of the eight new

agership after the shutdown. Lewis Union County Deputy Albert ttt s 4 q t. seats going to the more populous Start Nov. 5th
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said HarreU's: application was I. Sweat, who assisted in investigating counties downstate. It would al-
submitted to the board and approved. -i the accident said that K* increase the Senate in size''

i Dukes was walking alone on the ;,_ hour :ZS: to 44 members four of Ptarke Farmers Market! manager -

1. The state director said that :right side of the street betweenthe the new seats going to middJe- J R. Wainwright
3t Harrell agreed to accept manage- gym and football field when x a sized l South Florida counties. a good volume! of pecan,.. ut; the

:struck from the rear by Coley'scar. Although the representation of
ment of the market at a salary tiifcl auction sale of thr :season
$300 month $50 less than The impact caused him to Hiddford County will not be affected -
per ,
'jof
to be held at 1 :30
starting
: p mThursday.
the amount paid while Nettlesvas fall over and strike his head on in either house by the
No,. 5. The outlook
r.l there. tl'e: pavement. He died several change, Senator Charley E. Johns I-

: ; Lewis said the- temporary shutdown nroutes after being carried to the :and Rep. Doyle E. Conner have Wamwnsht Ls:> good for said.favorable pnc *,

for study of the situationat Lake Butler hospital HALLOWEEN HI-JINX both advocated adoption of the
I Brooker was due to the fact Indications were that Coley had imendment. They have said it Growers were advised to bring
clammed his brakes and that I their pecans to the auction rtu> -
that the market there had not on Betsy )Iatlh.tarkt' Elementary 5th Grader typifiesjoungsters will settle the reapportionmentissue
E the car was barely moving when ] for mg the morning: in tim to oe
been a profitable operation in recent everywhere is she insNcN| pumpkin jac-U-o-lantern several years to come
t} / Mfig. >\ei'!hed and In."lX'Ct-t'd bt tore me
it hit the Coley said he
man. was and
might stave off
years. He expressed! hope before starting out on a round of trickortreating.Almost / a more drast-
meting another car which ; auction start at 1:30-:
that growers in the area would prevented tic measure! that could be forced
him from seeing Dukes in .
cooperate to put it on a more substantial .. |icn Florida's smaller counties if
in
every community the hack to Temple, and return to.
time to avoid a collision. i i I I this amendment fail .

Since leaving footing the Brooker market Funeral services: for the accident : county will stage a Halloween school. Prizes will be awardedfor Strange twist is that the messtire -' Attorney RepliesTo
the best
costumes.
victim were held at 2:30 Carnival time the
Nettles some during : is also favored by Governor
has
.accepted employment -
in the Lake Butler'Christian i Amusement concessions at the'
p. m. Thursday i
LeRoy
weekend. Collins, who is
usually
by Palm Beach Growers, ir-irnival
Church with burial in will include pony: rides I Electrician
# operators of Quality. Produce Cor- One will be the found on the opposite side of thetenee
{ San xw Dukes Cemetery among many train ride fish pond, house of
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mF poration at Boynton Beach RalphB. j i' Starke Elementary PTA event horrors and many others. Homemade ,. from Senator Johns. Collins

f. Alvarez formerly of Starke i which will hold sway at the advocates approval of the amend-
l ire cream and other food City Attorney A. J Thomas' Jl.
r ,:' ; and former assistant director of Anthony Held school grounds from 2 to 5:30: p. md drink will be on sale. ment as "a step in the right dir- has written Gainesville: elcctm! 'tan

i ', State Markets is now general II m. ., j A turkey slipper will be served j'I cction. Norwood Hope that the CIty of

r manager of the Boynton Beach I Highlight of the nay will be a in the elementary cafetorium from Tru j e FlectionOn : : Stark does not require an elect-

operation and president of-the co- On DWI ChargeIn costume parade at 10 a.m. Friday 5:30 to 7-30 complete with floor.: a separate ballot to be iman: to open a complete placeof

: I Cp. when children in grades 1 through show staged by the children. ;sanded voters at the same polling bitine.s: in Starke in order to

k .. 1 Nettles and his family will moveto 6, led by the BHS Band will Door prizes will go to supper ( places next Tuesday: four candidates accept a contract here. Thomas

Boynton this weekend. march down Temple Avenue to guests. Tickets will be $I for adults -.' will be lifted for. the postof aid however that the electrician

i Fatality Call Street thence to Thompson. and 50 cents for children. School Trustee. Seeking re- ". as required to furnish us with

4 t'i .- .. tlection ,to the school post; areA}pi 'point. *-contact'-- where our ..
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; eetHgrSet '\ -' --- :| 'Green o/Atro<4er, and John A.Electrical Inspector may re cb'hm
%Harry Armstrong'Anthony, 71
P1Is. : ITorode of Starke.. while H. C. Harley while the work is in pro-
yes r'oI4 Starke surveyor, was be- "
S I of Lawtey. and Emory L. press.
ing held Thursday morning< 1nDuval
I Brown
For of Hampton are newcomers -
Nov. 5 County jail on charges of Thomas's letter was written in

driving while intoxicated in an r ; to the field. Only three will rely to previous communications

accident involving death. *% I be elected from the group. I 'rom Hope addressed to Mayor:

f I general soils, meeting will beheld State Trooper R. L. Adkin--reported I \k On the school ballot. voters will : W. T. Jackson. in which the Gainesville -

1.t. in the Brooker community that Anthony's carej)Slngwestbn d.I s1.' o accept or reject the recommended electrician and city com-

\11;>-. (I center at 7:30 ,p. m. Thursday. U. S. 90. collided vwittv,a school levy of 8 mills for rcLspioner: charged that Starke
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tai -i", wt' I Nov 5. pulpwood truck travelling-"east I P + current fund and 2 mills for was operating a "closed shop" tovrl"'ent
',' : J, R. Henderson agronomist I j' outside electricians from
.e about three miles east of:Baldwin building and bus reserve.

"", with the Agricultural ExtensionS at'645 p. m. Wednesd$$:1r *..:,., Only freeholders may vote in binding on contracts herr Hope

,..t, "rvice, and James:Nesmith.,''SOils. Dead as a result is Ehaore H*II i,. the school election. said this situation could cost the

.:t i specialist in charge of the, soils oury, 30-year-old Negrrf whd taxpayers money because it would

testing laboratory, will lead the tuiibled out of the cab door and eliminate some competitive bids.

discussion and answer questions.. was buried under-a huge load of 'Two Report : Although he was low bidder on '

County Agent Q. T. Huggins;pupwood that fell on him after ''a school wiring job. Hope said he {

( I w::1' conduct the meeting, which j th:= impact. could not accept it because of the

Ii). Till be devoted to. a discussion The truck which overturned Money StolenTwo S.arke restrictions.
of soil conditions and fertilizers, I
after the collision, was driven by r I i R. S. Wa jin. member of 'he
as well as methods of taking soil Roy:: Lee Crews, 26, of Bryceville. I Starke elecitical code examining
t samples for best results. Adkins said that Anthony's t thefts of large sums of
c car board: said Hope could have ob-
ITA" I I' Farmers who would like to have bad crossed the center line of the -:. money were reported to the tarred! a license if he had been

t ), 'their: soil tested may bring sam- highway just before the accident. t,: vr (Sheriffs office yesterday. willing to comply with the regulations. -
t
p-fs to the meeting. Officials at the Duval jail said ) Deputy Dolph Reddish said that -

'Soil testingis proving to be Thursday morning that Anthony's Wi'liam Lane Negro reportedthat
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yore' of the best tools to be used Ry In his reply to Hope dated Oct
tend had not been set. t? $570 in cash was stolen from
t < K' t :22. City Attorney Thomas alsosaid
I in getting best results from our .j aFr'r his house on Edwards Loop road

land, whether you plant 100 acresor Insurance Licenses y' : between 8:30 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. that the Starke electrical
cede does not require that a master -
just backyard garden" the
a Tuesday! while no one was at
electrician be personally on the
&aid. Are Unlawful ; '; '
agent ,
1'- it a county 'f .': home. Screen was torn from swindow job at all tinr.es. ", although
to gain entrance Lane
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'New Date Set Agencies Say :t 4-"Pr"r' : .said.i the permit will be issued to the
1 master electrician and he will per-
\' Several insurance companies.I i. ALso reported Tuesday was the and
Assessor long, Surveyor Hagan tcnally supervise the work
loss of $194 from a brief case in
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For CC Dinner including the Charles E. Johns ': be responsible therefor.
the home of
I Zetorah Jennings,
Agency and the State Farm Mutual

I The banquet annual has Chamber been postponeduntil of Commerce :hat. the have last informed legislature City passed Council alaw. Survey; Under Way To Establish |,Lattey told Reddish Negro that school the teacher.'money She was tamed ation Thomas papers by the said of City applicants that and the will examin-are not rp-rx>

i Sec. 92. making the license s' 'seen some time Saturday night
Thursday, Dec. 3, according made public. The City uses e -

:ti sI ; t r+ t: I to Robert an announcement McIntire, executive yesterday direct by I paid Some by checks them were to the cancelled city illegal., with Firm Basis For Bradford ValuationsAn or hidden Sunday, under from a bed.her brief case 'each ientially examination the same and questions to divulge in

I payment stopped. t them would make it possible for
orThe City Attorney A. J. Thomas Jr. to Rotarians Hear
I' postponement WiS'mide'1n I effort to take some of theguesswork" nc, total square footage anc{ ; ":I'oneto obtain the Answer and
whom the letters were referred '
order to avoid conflict with other : ;! out of Bradford whether Religion PraisedAs then pass the next examination:
structure includes ,
said& he had written for an opinion :
scheduled events, Mclnttre said. the attorney said-
-- tothe Attorney General but had Ccunty real estate tax valuationsi porch and garage.; Free World Hope
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not as yet received an answer. i got under way with the start of Each type of improvement t!" -
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l i I the new fiscal jear. Oct. 1. : rated and the total multiplied by The Christian religion is thebest I FUN FOR ALL!

u s 1 pII CAMERA RECORDS. .. Band 1 Boosters I Tax Assessor Gene Long makesit the square footage to give the as- hope of the free world to stay
free. Henry Oliphant of Jackson-I
Will Lay Plans ; clear that the survey now in seed in value- In demonstrating' HAMPTON
EVENT : 7)lTe. vice president of Gulf Life i
Td7 RURAL URBAN For Banquet Event i I progress. for which the County. Kith property as presently valued. "! Insurance Co_ told members of SCHOOL PTA

i, Commission appropriated 1500. Ixng showed that the new assessment the Rotary Club Wednesday. j

(From Top to Bottom) Bradford Boosters Club will is not for the purpose of "raising came to about the same The insurance executive gave ,

tl bold a regular meeting Nov. 5. at taxes," but rather is an effort to figure as the old. The survey will an interesting account of sever HALLOWE'ENCARNIVAL
I; ;w Mrs. Ethan Sanp( rewards County Agent George Httgfin the High School cafeteria with a however, give a demonstrable rea- 't 1 davs he spent in Russia earlier
p'ace all assessments on a uniform
; t 4 with a bite of hushpuppy for sheltering her from raindrop covered dish supper at 6:30: p.m. I cu for the valuation placed on the year during the American ex-

'" ': during/ the Starke Rotary Club's Rural-Urban Day! fish fry ,it Plans will be made for the ,an- ;footing: as fair to one property each piece of property, the assessor position in Moscow. He said Rus- I'
owner as another. sia is trying to destroy the Christ-
'S to be beld believes
t ; t' fair grounds last week.' nual Football Banquet Friday October 30
P in ,December. Conducting the survey in the '''I To demonstrate with a hypo-i lean I religion and urged stronger i! ,

Officers urge that all members l.field will be John L. Hagan. a thetical case: a building constructed support of churches as the best i!I CHICKEN PILAU
t Lloyd J. Green (left), Bradford cattleman, received award 'of cement block in good weapon in the fight against |I
.. come out and bring unsold mem- resident" of Starke formerly with con-
-_' + from S. L. Peek Jr. president of Florida Bank at Stark, la cards and cushions. dition, rate $1.80; interior wall spreading Communism. I SUPPER
4 y bership the" U. S- Corps of engineers for !!
-_ recognition of Green's contribution to Soil Conservattoa program I i olastered! 50 cents: with one tiled The speaker was introduced byl I.
.0 p T. Nolin. who had of Served Starting 5:30
3 ir in county. Nona Park New Name years. :bath 30 cents; hardwood floor charge i
Est Eventually Assessor Long explained SO cents: total rate $3.20. For a the: program. -

Of Playground HereNona each parcel of propertywill 25: x 40 ft. house 11.000 square I II
Gilbert; r.olduir (left) and Loonle Crawford pt'I&to.ftplrltf City Licenses This Contributed
have an appraisal sheet on feetl the rate of improvements Hdultiplred Space

Kural-l'rban Hay by toasting, each other with cold driaks... Park Is the new name of which will be listed details concerning by the number of Deadline Oct. 31
( Weekly to Publicize
the playground in the southeast the type and use of the square feet for an assessed value 1\
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Congressman Billy Matthews! (right) discosM farm pro b- em part of town, formerly called land and information concerning Of $3.200, which,' of course will Saturday is the last day for Community Events by

: It'IU"1th Ossie Cason, veteran Bradford County ttrawberry the Ensey Play Lot. The name improvements.At
f grower, and spouse.ao change was made by resolution at* this time, only buildings are of $5.000, and not taxed. without. paying a penalty After ,, THE COMMUNITY
: the City Council, meeting last and facts to be The survey has 'no scheduled Nov. all businesses that have not :

week, in memory of the late Mrs. I Irecorded'include the type of con- time for completion-and Assessor paid for their licenses will be delinquent ,. STATE BANKOF
fish-eater at the Fair was Hana, graai-
Tommy
.'. Youngest I Nona Ensey at the request of her tfction"and roof the number of Long says that when office work with a consequent Interest I

son of Mrs. J. M. Griffis, .RaUord., who found .a, fttirt- corals I son, and owner of the property, I baths,..interior wall finish type allows it he'win, also'be in the payment required as well u I .. STARKEIODlO .

and somewhat uncertain,seat atop .. oil caa., Admiral Lot Ensey. I I cf !Iocr.-central heating and cool-j'j field to help with the project.r (the cost of the license. I -
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I'1 Mrs- N.R Si underwent :Mrs. j A. Howe and Charles Adam Green entered the Brad- I Elks Official ITo j \I'it of the year to tht ic al!

'! surgery in St. Vincent's Hospitalon Move, Startedfor i 11m'.c cf Miami and Mrs R. E. fore County Hospital last Friday : this: time. Owen Vaughan F 'ref

Monday. Mtthe\vf of Lakeland were weekend following an a'tack of asthma- ,j Visit Lodge Ruler announces that a ,,:!"
: Mrs Eifie Johns and Mr. and ritstp of.l\trs. Howe daushtcr. served without chi ,
will be .
i :Singer !Sewing: Machine Needles The B. P. O ElKs will hold ,
.'A !iMis: : James Hollmssworth wereid Boat RampsClc'k Mrs. R A.. New son. Mrs. Howe'at Denmark Furniture ('0. tf their regular meeting at the cluoro 'all! members and guests atUt to
it Friday evening supper truest i> 'emaming with her daughter urges all members to 11:
Mr. and Mrs Cecil Boyd of m Monday night. Nov 2. District -
I of Mrs Alver Smith in Gainesvilleand ,,, for :ural weeks .,uH! heip welcome the vt. .;, -
; RuleiL1
Deputy Exalted
Grand
I Tacfcson\ille wrrr Saturday visitors
t attended Gator Growl. of the Cotnt Chas Ai :! ;?!is. Paiilin. Torode entered 1'31.
of Mr. and Mis L. A. Da.is. :Monk will pay his first official
i Bill Green was home for the i arjs..i.I \ete'd3the first ., Bi ...dfoid Cou.ny Ha-pital Tues- i .

- ,,--- --,-------.--" -,--.--..:, ,;eliend from the Uimersit.v; ol step hart been taken toward the i tid> with \iruHer daughter. Mrs. I I
South Carolina establishment o" boat ramps on | Levi.-, Hit-alt cl Orlando is \i it- Building Permits
Mrs R. B. Cautfrnin and MtsJ .\ti.El.H'! Ge)uei and Mrs. J. ]Mr. and Mrs H. C. Wimberly of several Bradford County lakes. .' 1her.! *
D. Warren attendea tne distinct L. Fanuoth ittumeu Sunday flan mldiim permits: issued by the
E.J-le Like and Mr. and Mrs; WM Following: instructions from the Hallmark Christmas {'ards.-
e Girl Scout meeting m Ocala or., ttii day m Orlando with Mr. and Wiinberly: of Bartow were County Commission at its mirf-! \\hcn you care enough: to send '.f:v dunn the first half of Octo- LITTLE BILL SAYS:

rfdne."dairs. '. i'!'Ms*. C. L. Anderson.; weekend guests of the Nelson I he Very B t"-I''r onalized Im- !h'r iniuJed two new residences .
month meeting on October 19
-:\ Hildabelle Bence and Mrs. i I Mrs. Guy Andrews, Mrs Davidi GK-en family. They celebrated Darby contacted Gainesville attorney -I printing. One Day; Quick Service :'ia a remodeled business build-

1 Nita Downing of Jacksonville were i Montgomery.. Mrs. R. G. Paterson. Mrs. Winifred Wimberly's 88th Wm. Graham who has at nutlinslon's.; tfch?. .IU; Pay Your Last Year'sFuel

Saturday visitors of Mrs. Etta i'Mrs.V.: E. Dowling. Mrs. Barry birthday annnersary at a family : teen assigned to the promotion of Attending the Baptist WMS Peimits were issued to:
: Hco\*-. Van Deventer and Mrs L. V. Hard- ruiner: t>n Sunday. leadership cot.;se in Lake City John Diggs for concrete reitU -
boat and :
ramps wayside parks:
. Mr. and lrs. George Flynn. Sr. m pttcnded the Suwannee Persby- :Mrs. J. H. Fields returned Wed- in this district for the State Road ,Tuesday: were l\ite- J. E. Hildebran. nee in Gaha an subdivision. i.ill".

ant Mr. and Mrs. Flynn. Jr. and u'al at the Arlington Presbyterian nesday of last week from ten days : Mr". J. A. G. if fin. Mrs. W. B S30CO .
Mini.pent Soaaaj at St. Augustine : Church in Jacksonville on '::sit: with Mrs. Harold Ford inCooa Department. f'Mundy. Mrs. L. D Haines. Mrs. : :Mrs Donnie Mae Lame for
Beach. Wednesday : Graham told Darby he would II. L. Brownies. Mrs.; M. H. Shep- concrete residence: on Weldon

:.11I ". -er.rrsa.P'II'' I Mrs T. D. Stroud of Jackson- 'have already been m-touch with i' :a-d. Mrs. Wm. B) 'd. Mrs F. B. 5t.. S10.000.! contractor. Carpenter. NO DELIVERIES MADE UNTIL
: ; Clothing[ to t I\ ji'e: : was Thursday to :Monday rfficials here in the.interest of;Be ird. Mrs M F. Hazen. Mrs C. : Adolph Gay. to remodel the
1'11111 ALVAREZ SIOK&Min's boat ramps except for the fact Itvas front cf the old Shell building onT
Ii : :-:hc lS,1!' t lng? _>u st of Mrs J. H. FIelds. : A. Knight. Mrs. M. B. Jordan.
: -- --- -- -. --p, Extra; licbhins saw time-Slock known Bradford County""had 1 Mrs. A A. Duracn and Mrs. W. B. *mpe! a\e.. $1.500. contractor. DELINQUENT ACCOUNTSARE

.. ... up with Siner Bobbins at Denmark no secondary road funds available Roper I>'n Hall.Symptoms.

. Furniture ('0. tf for this purpose. .,He.said. now- Mr and Mrs C. H. Quick have
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tver. that the sHIn would offer of Distress Arising from PAID
when needRETOIE Della
: you Mrs Nate Djal. Miss t iO'u! their hock in Starke to Mr
. (';.enberg. MM Made: Mictdieton assistance in helping pick suitable! and Mrs. E. P. Rcnncr and haw STOMACH ULCERSDUETO

. jnd Mrs. J. D. Doyle were guests s'tes. and would provide the necessary -j 1{ purchased a house trailer The EXCESS ACID
1. cf the District Four BPW club in engineering sen'ices. I' 9
!'Q'i'cks plan vO leave Staike next
; GAS SERVICE\ QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST
Dl:and on SundayMis Darby said that since the county -I iWf.k and will establish their new

: Mae Jones of Jacksonvillewas already has heavy equipment i trailer; home in Folkston Ga .. Bradford Fuel Oil Dealers
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r THINK OF SLADE GAS visiting Dr. and Mrs. W. E. suitable for use: in the coastruc-i, :Z. E. Mundcrff entered Bradford -
: Middleton last Friday. I lion of ramps. the actual cost to : County Hospital last Friday -WILLARO> Ovn TREATMENT five lemon pacLaers: brrold of th*

1 :Mr and Mrs D. S. Wescott ol the county should be moderate I with virus fnr rflirt of symrtoir
: TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS; TO 1,000 OK Ul' Tampa and Mrs. Albert Burns, and be believed that one or perhaps Mr and Mrs E. Dowling.. Sr. cess Stomach Acid-and Peer Duodenal Digestion, Ulcers Sour due'I; to Upset Ei-

. anr* aaughter.: Jan. of Tallahassee; two ramps could! be financed I visited Mr and :Mrs :Marvin Og- Stomach Gassiness Heartburn. Sleep-
letsnest, etc. due t.. El css Acid. \-). for Gulf Shell .. Sinclair
PHONE WO 4-: ;;51 "' guests of Sen. and 1 Phillips
1 '; :c-e:: weekend during this fiscal year. He said arn in Brooker Sunday. "W.Ilard's ft'Message wit'tuay, explains -

. -. MIC Charley Johns. the need was especially great on I Mrs T. D. Dyal has returned this home troltm..ut-h-ee-at

.. -- Mayor and :Mrs. W. T. Jackson i Sampson Lake which is popular I from a four months' visit witnfmnds KOCH[ nun: STOKE Standard
' : and Mrs. Rub Johns are in Penshola -| with fishermen but without facilities I and relatives in Salt Lakr MITCHELLS imrc; STOKE --- I

The perfect tribute toa 1 11 I : attending the League olj for launching anything except City, Utah. Phoenix, Anz. and El KEYSTONE; HEIGHTS; :

cherished memory j Municipalities meeting. Mrs. Franl;; small skiffs. 'Faso Texas. I KELOTE'S DRUG; STOKE
| Waver of Williston is staying' Graham: said he would send J. Mjr and Mrs. H. M Hatcher. -

lr I '\irh the Jackson children. D. Johnson from the SRI f) mam- Jr spent the first of the week in .
Every funeral that we conduct of New YoifcCity .,( 'jfa&.!JS 'J' cSwIt's AkM .XG: : .b' ,
j toward: Brigham
tenance Atlanta with Mrs. Hatcher's brother ..
; department: at Lake City .
I is a source of sustaining .... \ \ ,
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Mrs. Montgomery .
and :
to confer with and::! iis-ter-m-law.i Mr and Mrs. <' ". "-
/ i county officials ...' .. ,
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solace and -- low. lovely .
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spiritual inspira t ,1 'nd Mr and Mrs H. L. Tolberl. lonreminj the ramp construction Charles Barton who were ho-: I '. : ':

c tion to the family. of Lake City were Sunday \isitont s; in the near future. pitalized following an automobile r'r'''l" '>-,:: \. ]

: :Mr and Mrs. David :Montgom- 'rld'nt. l .; .. .,. .r ., '
Hundreds of details: are manajred and economically cy. Milton Dill of Jacksonville is .it'swith Y. .: .;"" ,.'- -----..-..'. .

. attended to that only a (rained and car ru- ,* ,"'u an Sapp daughter oflr: Dr. J. E. Moseley !rm-j-! his parEnts. Mr. and Mrs. .< '':,.' I ,

organization can perform? when t the urgent neec: i ,;rid :MisVenwn Sapp l [J P. Dill this week the famous Cool Safety Cabinet : (, "-,

: Cur serving is at hand.DeVITT I Monday foJlowma an appended dTo Open Office Krplare your old sewing! ma- The Dearborn Crest blends into all: decorative ++
. the Bradford County Hosai'al I ;
j in in '
chine belt with a new Singer Brit schemes. Because of the Cool Safety Cabinet, you
C. JONES !'ast week: Dr. J. E. :\ ot'Cchid, medal .1 I from Denmark Furniture Co. tf
:Mis Lucite Davis spent th e can use it as an extra table...put books,ash. trays,even
ITNEIUL DIRECTOR InIBVL.\ (,E SERVICEPl1ONES I weekend with }lr. and Mrs. H. G. :<' oftuer at the State Prison.for I! Mrs C. A.. Drissers is visitinsjh"i f a potted plant on top! Newly designed Glo-Brite radi- "

: WO .1-2(500(; AVO 1-2610: f Davis: Jr. in Gainesville! the past year and a half, had s I l brother. Parker Cooper, inMWicello b ants, Forward-Flow Circulation, and improved, original

i \l" furnish the highest type service at lest l pmes, and accept I Order now Personalize j iPMjmed effeitue Nov. 1 and will I' Ky this weekAirs m features provide better heating for your home! -. I
open olfices for general practice: : Daisy Perryman returnedSlutday
ANY Lf; insurance policy in force, issued by l ANY ooinpanj, a< Photographic Christina Cards from weeksisit I
Starke. Dr will be : two with !
in Motley : that's whyJ l rirhnrai c'Jict
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tour .snap'sh i ii
S payment in part or in full on funeral services. Consultationtarries II located in the Hembree building fi-t-nds- and relatives in Dublin. U a r <
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no obligation.) ,, Sardis. and SylvanIa. Ga. HerIaIiclltet.
| at 118 S. Thompson street.
.Mi: and Mis Guy Sale we : i!
1 rev ( Mr.s Del CoIIey met her
Succeeding Dr. Mosciey as thiefined.cal SLADE GAS COMPANY
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.oe. I ":tIllIr.: and Mrs. Ralph I officer at the piis>yii will ar thehome of another daughter t1r
: ']11 Winter Garden over the week-
.. :rd. oc i hr. II II Sthwetn who tonics :'of '. AM \TfWi-e in Blackshl'ar.G" I"''lime WO -1-::raal; ; Starke, Fla.rn .
here from Tusion. Ariz. on stindav
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"' !aid to Wes Palm Beach. Dr. llosciey ictcivcd his meellI' { iIT-n :.t --.i .y \Mt.! ",,,. s'v' ? **3i'Kff! .,,,;:iI'\-rL:
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.. ,q/'HdectoIllY in Bradford County lledKal &hool in 19)0.; .
e ;11pitaI[ on Monday. Prior to his connvtion t.th: thee 1il

... .\men!; JUoisp at! ndln?.: thr prisoj, ha practiced ,in TI'< 7.' VLnI l

*)(ilif. Fuci'-jris-tic' Concret: ,.s in 1'enn.; i
r lando<1 Sunday were Father! Con- Within the next few dayOr i

.. Douphert Mrs.. Henry Ste-. Mosclcy and family, which in, .n:I l- I rlO' llog & PeiG

.. '.lelli and son Raymond, Mrs. e& his wife and two children j\'.

:' ''''v Shallci. Mr. and::! Mis Mike!, P. and Patty 7. will move into 'h! i

.. '_r':hooey' Mr and Mrs. George 1 home they have pit i'chased in -

cd.aeffer} Edward Connccn David j Saratoga Heights. Dr. :Mo.s,'I.\ '

Yo'i!v T. John Wager. Carlton !1;.-> e brother of Mrs. II H. Adams

M: ne Ileibcrt Nelson Lee Sutton. of Starke.
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r ti 1 GtJigc and John Allen JamFn"
.r I Students from tSU Tallati; .. ,
':. and David Schaeffer. i i
Leonhard i see sending the weekend at then !
\i: and Mis Fred of
Sfkl, and guests. Mr and Mrs. i i iCi-pective homes were Biliv 'tV.Edon M 1I i

\ii1am! Eckert of New York City I Misses Ann Elder. fats;\ I 411!

I'd nned last Saturday from a ., Nichols and Mary Agues M,tt- :

't l'-day vacation in New Orleans. thews all of Starke. and Misses

.. T: ? Eckerts returned to their Nancy and Barbara Bates ol tnt

t home on MondayMr State Farm. Ii
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.. r :: and :\11'.;: J. O. Parker and Friends of Mrs FJcbS-e Faxon
fa-.l ly of Haripton. and Mr and i''of :3319 1C W. 20th TVr-acr I

:Mis. B. F Grimes of Gainesville Gainesville will be interested: to I

.. \Y,'f{' Saturday luncheon guests Know that she entered the t. S. I. r.

Ba warmer inevery Li kz 5 ra of Mr. and Mrs E. E. Lewis. "rval Hospital in Jacksonville ;! : :
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room. t Paul Knight and Kenneth Gray on Oct. 19 for observation. Her
.i.o1rH FOR
: Save IS on fuel <-:' Miami: will spend: the weekend address! is A-9 HOOBI 2. I NI. lOc
costs. with :Mis D E Knight. Appearing on the Ton T j I
: Mis: Ewell Lawson. Jr. and sons Dance Party on TV channel 11' nn 1 I

: Automatic forced art Matins her parents. Mr and Oct. 17 were Steve and A! Y-ir i

air healing. M.1-: Godfi-e Grimes in Houston.T cey. Ternlyn Ba.iA LtiwooaU I

.. : >a.. before leaving Nov. 27 to 'alters, Harriett Goodman. and i 4

."i n S-Sgt. Lawson in Germany i J.tne Philips. They were accom-
: Hew : Purchase<< any model of Singer i panied to Jacksonville by llr WITH MUSTARD AND CATSUP
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: ImprovedSUPER t'winlarhine at Denmark and Mrs. Ned Yancey.
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Furniture Co. Mr and Mrs. M M Smith and

Mark and Champ Champion. f.icily; are being transferred I i I

.. whose first and seventh birthdaysrespectively Friday by Hercules Powder Co !!
fell last week celebrated -:.
to Jasper.
the occasion at a family: Struth left :
Roddy Saturday for
r tl dinner party last Friday evening.Mr. .12 weeks basic tra.nmth! theAir i
and Mrs. J. T. Quigley. accompanied -
Forte at San Antonio Texas. LAY'S
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CHALLENGES IIT [ by Rev. and Mrs. C. E. i i Charles Tatum of Pensacola i FREE LIGHTER
Dibble of Penney Farms have I
r Here is advanced design offering weeks'was<; a Tuesday VIMIOI of Mr. and
you real heating economy comrttmed i-tinned home after two ::\I:'s. Merrill Struth and family
) with moderate cost. pent In Hendersonville. N C.Mr Gene Shaw of Macon: Ga was POTATO CHIP
T. G. Caldwell OR BALL
3:1trs POINT PENSALE
home for the weekend i iI
: h 2-WAY MGHEYBACK \ ere visiting! relatives in Ocala I Airs: Maxi Carter. Sr. spent':

'i. Sunday. :Monday; and Tuesdav in Jackson- ,
: GUARANTEE vJJe with Dr. ana Mrs Albert I WITH EACH CARTON OF

Mulaterre: } and an aunt. Mrs C. .
f Guaranteed to give you more PAE K M Hudson in the Baptist Hospital.
comfort in every room of your ATDSTARKE > ;Mrs: Bertha Pearce the I, .
FL-: spent
on the early purcnatc or this horn en less fuel. than any ONE FREE 45 HIT PARADE '"
veekend with Mr:
Ouaker Heater equipped with ordinary! healer or YOUR and Mrs. Edward |
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: outomaic forced cir fan and MONEY SACK. l -- Ensor in Jacksonville ,II .

nutomatic air feed. O: Guaranteed to "Feat your home SUX, MON.. TUES. I :Miss Polly Lassiter of Lake

: Automatic t..i on 25% to LolO less fue Nov. 1. 2, 3W.LT Wales Vas an overnight guest RECORD or HERBERT TARRYTON -
FORCED AIR ( \.::: ,, tan any ordinary heater 01 IHNNKVS :i Wednesday of Miss Vagina Sewell
.. Illtiis, j" YOUR MONEY BACK. i i :Mrs. James O Sewell of Jackoll.i11e -
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Quaker an auto- .... 9-.,-, .. Exclusive Radiant "Heol-Flo" Front TONKASAL underwent surgery Monday 'I

rustic forced c>'Stt'll.air r i'1\:'t";'rAin.heating ,. '.... f"annth" l besides you forced get a smooth air circulatir.flow o)' MINED in St. Vircents Hospital. : With\ Each Twin Pack CIGARETTESSETZER'S I
1 lee Priest of Lire Oak was visit- :
Turnsd1t.wPf '-i ti r/ ra.-'iant heat wannth throughout Face Of A FugitiveWed.
the room. in? her grandparents Mr and
a utomAti-- ftally. M'I
TI* .... Quaker tong-tife "SmoVtless" Mrs W. J. Dodd. Jr. over the I
CircnlalMONETHIRD! air Burner-S eS: extra heat from ., Thur. :\04., 5 ; weekend. I
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than ordinary heater blower or at of fare .
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OCT. 29, 1959 BRADFORD COUNTY
TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLOBIDA PAGE TSKEl
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Glynda ParkerIs Junior Woman's Club Beaux Arts Ball q

ComplimentedAt Brings Out Beatniks And Ballerinas ;a

Lovely ShowerMiss j
Colorful costumes and unusual

r Glynda L. Parker, :whose decor combined to make the Jun- d S I NEW & USED
annual ..
Wilbur D. ior Woman's Club first y
wedding to Andrewswill I
be an event of Friday. Nov.* Y. Beaux Arts Ball last Friday :W Vi'

I L. tltSdva; Bootyee 6, in the New River Baptist I -7.f right one of the oustanding eventsof CARSCARS

: ._ .: u __{ Church, was the inspiration for a } the club year.
:lovely miscellaneous shower given -I Guests entered the ballroom of .: .

Rehearsal Suppers Thursday night Oct. 22, in the the Woman's Club by climbing !

I For Wedding PartyIn Brooker community center. #. stairs placed at the entrance door,

iA I The bride's table was covered to a< ramp, and then coming down

JacksonvilleMr. I'with a white lace cloth and was ,. on the other side of the ramp into -

centered with an arrangement of the ball room. Red black
1
: and :Mrs. Ivery B. Thompson ,
and in the
bride dolls. A yellow damask yellow predominated
}; of were hosts at a
Lawtey cloth was used on the refreshment> color scheme. Character faces CARSS.

i delightful barbecue chicken sup- table which was centered with an In zany switch, Ann SncII made from cardboard were sus-

1 1 per Thursday night Oct. 22, hon- arrangement of yellow daisy (left) came as! Fidel Castro pended in black and red mobiles ,
: clung their son, Elaine and his from the Puckered red :
flanked ceiling.
1 chrysanthemums by cry-i while husband Fnd0':1, ': first .
:Miss Joann Bullard. The
fiancee stal candle holders with yellow 1 prize for hN appearanre as and black crepe paper was hungin r
held at the home of
party was
rIf tapers. Crystal punch bowls were! Russian ballerina. streamers over the ballroomand
t I'
Mrs. Vernon Johns in Jackson- -
I u.C6 placed at each end of the table. also curtained off the sun-
ville.
r Mrs. Emanuel Kleinman kept room and the parlor of the club .
The refreshment table was covered ey
i ___ the guest book. house. Tables were covered in
with a white linen cloth and* I :.
i ; : The hostesses presented the red yellow and white checked / u

.j. was centered with a cascade arrangement j ; brideelectith a corsage of yellow cloths and lighted candles in Jovial group includes Paul Canma and Drew Reddish in S.
of valley lilies. Trays (
chrysanthemums, tied with bottles were placed at each table. .
f held mints and nuts. foreground; Carolyn Canota Joan Chitt}, and Ada Reddish
< I' r.I white ribbon. Corsages of daisy The social, chairman, Mrs. Ran-
The thirty guests enjoying this J standing behind.
chrysanthemums were presentedto dal Chitty introduced the club
affair included members of the
the honoree's mother, :Mrs. L. president Mrs. Joseph D. War-
j wedding party and out of town .x NOEGEL'SAUTO
L. Parker, and grandmother. Mrs. II | ren, who welcomed members and .

; guests. ,,J. H. Sowells, and to Mrs. Chester i guests. Mr. and :Mrs. Clyde Ter- !
! Assisting Mrs. Thompson in f
Andrews, mother of the prospective I willegar Mr. and Mrs. JuniusM
. were Mrs. Elzie Bullard,
.. serving bridegroom. j Smith and Robert Mcintire
: Mrs. P. B. Johns, and Mrs. Vernon .
I A prize was awarded to Mrs. served as judges of the costumes.

i Johns. Guy Harrell as winner of the 1Mr The grand march was led by

; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scott of Sapp-Hamilton games. j the club sponsor. Mrs. Smith and

i Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and Nuptials Are Set Refreshments were served to ', Mr. Smith followed by the president -

; Mn: Harry Mooty on Friday. For the 80 guests by the hostesses, Mrs. Warren and T>lr. War-
Friday NightMiss
i Mrs. W. R. Morse of Eau GallieI Mrs. M. F. Wiggins, :Mrs. M. O. i ren, and other officers of the Y IfM"I i1Ve SALEA

I also a Saturday visitor of the Patricia Sapp daughter of Harrell, :Mrs. P. D. Reddish Mrs.) club.After I k G t ,

Emanuel Kleinman, Mrs. Roy the march, t
Mootys. grand couples
Mrs. J. S. Sapp of Lawtey and the
Tomlinson Mrs. G. E. Green :Mrs. modeled their costumes on the en-
late Mr. Sapp, will become the F1 .
I i ride of Alchus W. Hamilton son Howard Douglas, Mrs. J. C. Har-\ trance ramp. First place for

of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Hamiltonof rell :Mrs. Zedra Hamilton, Mrs.) best woman's costume went to H
Aubrey Hazen, and Misses Bever- Mrs. Jimmy Rowe for her early
Ponce De Leon, on Friday evening -
; Florida Oct. 30 at 7, o'clock. The ly Green, and Helen Kelly. 1920 outfit. Fred Snell, dressedas

ceremony will be performed at a ballerina, took first place for S t hl'rt
the home of the bride. Miss Parker ,was also the in- and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw the best men's costume.Mr. .

I No invitations are being issued spiration for a china and crystal took first prize for most authentic and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw

but all relatives of the couple are shower at the Jacksonville homeof costumes as a Chinese who appeared as a Chisese couple,

I TheatreSAT. invited to attend.Randine Mrs. Steven Kelley on Friday mandarin and his missus. took honors for the most authentic I S

night Oct. 23. Arrangements of costume. f

ChismIs fall flowers were used in decorat- Garden Club I The judges also awarded prizesfor

< OCT. 31 ing for the occasion. water color paintings that 'r'
1s Party HonoreeMr. Games were enjoyed by the 15 Gets New MembersMrs. were done by the club membersat .?:.

( guests, and prizes were awardedto their last meeting. Miss Norma Sara and John Torode A
and Mrs. R. R. Chism entertained Mrs. L. L. Parker and Miss J. N. Hopkins, president, Canova won first place for her most intellectual appeared Jim and Madge Chasteen ad-

at a delightful birthday Sandra Sowells.Refreshments. presided over the October meet- interpretation of three faces. Sec- of Beatniks as a dad a sedate note to festivitiescouple
,
I party last Saturday evening for were served by ing of the Starke Garden Club ond place went to Miss Marty horn-rimmed. completewith with their version of George
; their daughter, Randine, who was Monday evening.It specs<< and :Martha Washington.
I the hostesses :Mrs. Kelley and Rozier and honorable mention to
celebrating her 13th anniversary.The Mrs. R. R. Andrews. was announced that the Mrs. Paul Canova, and Miss Jackie WIDERs
13 young folks enjoyed a Garden Club display at the Coun- Prevatt.. Beta Sigi 'a Phi ||WSCS BazaarA I

weiner roast in the yard and later PTA Drive Extended I ty Fair last week received a blue Another highlight of the eveningcame !I
played games in the house The Beta *-, in:.' Phi sorority Bazaar is planned by the
ribbon. Three
new members when a group of men j
,
I which was decorated with multi- m?t Monday c"cnL"1'Z; at the home I'Methodist WSCS and the Wesleyan !
of Parent- s
The closing date the were voted into the club. Mrs.J. guests inhaled "helium gas" and
colored balloons. Betty Hollis and 1 of Mrs. Ned Yancey for the Rituai II Service Guilds to be held I
Association
A+ Teachers membershipdrive D. Doyle gave a report on mov- then recited their favorite poem I
II Larry Anderson won prizes at the has been extended to Tues- ing the, club library from the or nursery rhyme in squeaky ,of Jewels program. Pledges remMpT Thuisday. Nov. 19, at Fellowship I
the JohnS Hall. The is invited to attend E
degree Mrs. public -
were
games. 17. I I I
day night Nov. Sparks home to the Parish House. voices that were raised about two
I !'ickland and Mrs. W. M. Smith. I j I including the supper which I
During the program Mrs. Bron-octaves. Carl Lamar Johns, John
II The ritual was read by Mrs. j I will be served from 5 to 7 o'clock. I
son of Gainesville gave a Stanley Torode and Jim Chasteen were I L
David: Montgomery president. Assist : -
THE They Said It Couldn't Be Done! party to help raise money fordub winners in ,this event. mi with the ceremony was I M)U YC r can make 60secondpictures

projects. The social co-chairman Mrs. Mrs. Ned Yancey. After the ritual ( ,. without flashbulbs] with I E
But Goldwire Servicenter Now Chitty and Mrs. Jerome Johns the members went to 3011 Restaurant :'new Polaroid 3000 Speed Film at 'I'IC I
Engaged Couple wish to thank all members of for a buffet supper. I RuIUngton's.
I Gives You their committee as well as other
JlTMUSTEATYDUIbUVnIK : -
Honored At I
SupperMr. members who contributed untir- I I

3TDE! honing EDWARD KEMMER! ing efforts to make the ball a 0I -
JUNE KENNY.GENE PERSSON : and Mrs. Jerry Gay were success. They extended specia'

WAMttlCAllUITERNATlOflALFJCTUfiEHlilRSIOD heats at a delightful buffet supper thanks to Goldwire 'Servicentef for ZENITH
LABOR MATERIALLABOR Saturday evening at'their -
party providing the stereophonic music I

& home on E. Call Street honoring for dancing, and the public address 13 CU. FT.
I DF I II THESnOCERDIEl
Miss Joan Furlong and George system, and to the Florida .
Canova whose wedding will be Theatre for use of advertising FREEZERHolds 0AT

I 1 1i ) PICTURE TUBE ALL TUBES & PARTS an event of Nov. 28. properties in decorating. .
The buffet table was centered -

with: a Fall arrangement flankedby David t 11 455 Ibs. | N
FOR
ONE WainwrightHas
yellow tapers in crystal hold-

i i \ fl er'). Eleven members of the immediate Birthday PartyMrs. $280.95

< l t. FULL YEAROn families enjoyed the affair. I Disc. 35.00

\ r J The hosts presented the honored J. R. Wainwright enter- zA

I ) couple with a personal gift as tained at a birthday party last -z $251.95

U IIDICAIITWATIIUL PImU i a memento of the occasion. Friday afternoon for her son, Da- Plus Taxi! 7.65
All New 1960 Motorola TelevisionsSee vid, who was celebrating his fifth

Plus "Pre Hysterical Hare" Junior Club anniversary.The Total $262.60 N

Cartoon. 18 little guests enjoyed
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To Meet MondayThe "
Us Today For Your Trade Of A < games in the yard where the Hal-

Sun., Mon. Nov. 1, 2 Lifetime, At Our New Location Junior Woman's Club will lowe'en motif was carried out in A

135 E. Call Street meet Monday evening at 8 o'clock party decorations. A two-tiered '
jn the club house. birthday cake ice cream and can- C. H. NAS WORTHY R
dy were served-
Grand OpeningSAT. A Stanley party is planned for

the program to raise funds for
., NOV. 7 the Thrift Shop. WSCS CirclesCircle I R
:310 E. Call Street Starkc Fla.
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Free Prizes! Hostesses for the evening will
One of the First Methodist -
be Mrs. James V. Rowe chairman, 0PRICES
JEFF Mrs. Harold Norman. Mrs. Stanley WSCS will meet in Fellow-
b sfE55 Noegel Mrs. Harlowe TrescOtt, step: Hall Tuesday Nov. 3, at 10a. <

Mrs. R. B. Caufman and Mrs. m. Hostesses will be Mrs. E. L. W

N IEr5ltYmpi Donald NeaL Matthews, Mrs. Bynum Perkins ,
I.s and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. 'rl('"

Circle Two will meet Monday

1ECHNIC0l0R1 ij. 4 .s Executive BoardThe Nov. 2. at 3 p. m. in the Fellowship Emerson )

21'OVER-ALL Hall. Hostesses win be Mrs.
executive board of the I
DIAG. MEAS. V. O. Bridges, Mrs. C. T. Wade
I Starke Woman's Club will meet
Plus 263 SO. IN. PICTURF 1 and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire. r1onsole
"Popeye Pappy" Cartoon Thursday afternoon. Nov 5, at 3:30 ,
VIEWING AREA Circle Three will meet in the
o'clock at the club house. r
Fellowship Hall on Wednesday .
Tues., Wed. Nov. 3, 4 t Nl v. 4 at 10 a. m., with Mrs. Jack:: t TV i l -- 1

fME t McComb as hostess. with FuII-Powt:; i -


..r Sapp Reunion Set ,Transformer i I LA; .

.PEOPLL Descendants of Martha and ) -" i

Sew[ \ FUU-SrZE TABLE TV IN Henry Sapp of the Water Oak Movie-sharp pictures
section will hold a family reunion ,1''
I ATTRACTIVE COMPACT CABINIT ( with 21-inch 110-degrcc
\ -- Sunday Nov. 1 at the home of tAh -
Cabinet is slightly larger than Prices Start Bradford. County .Hospital announces Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp.A picture tube Multi- I :
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ai" size Golden of picture"M"- tube.Tubes With and At the following births:' basket lunch will be servedat \ Speaker High Fidelity

Parts, Tube Sentry20,000 Jlr. and Mrs. Carlton Varnesof 1p.m. : sound available as
? Volta of Picture Power. New $1.95 Staike, a son. Dale Lamar Oct sus
OF111EI second stereo

; I=LYCk Blond low price.Walnut.Colors Model: Mahogany 21T64., On 21" Tv :21.Mr.: and Mrs..Charles Sapp. Sr. UDC To MeetThe channel Illuminated speaker I

I A.smPE r Model 21T64 of Lawtey. a daughter Sheryl W. T. Weeks chapter U. channel indicator- Modern Model 1434 TRH
20. _.._ Ann Oct. 21.
.. Console finished in "
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-- -- -- D. C. will meet Wednesday afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. Donnie
Moseleyof Nov. 4 at 3:30 o'clock at genuine hardwood veneers truth t"
Plus "Kitten Sitter" Cartoon Lawtey a daughter Cynthia the home of MrsW.. B. Mundy Wireless r OdOP
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Darlene. Oct. 22.
with Mrs. Ruby Johns as cohostess. 62 square inch Remote ;&t.. '
Mr. and Mrs- Benjamin Lee \iewablt area Control
Thun, Fri. Nov. 5, 6 Complete Phone Moxley of Starke a daughter .
Itr SALES Erma Lynn Oct. 23. P
CARD OF THANKSOur
Service WO 4-4975 Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Smith of
NEW MYSTERY.THRIUERMG'M heartfelt thanks and ap-

r f prMOTti I On All WO StarkAppliances Starke a.son.Oct. 25.William HoganSmithni. I preciation to the many wonderful Prices Start As Low As 169.95

ALEC GUINNESS 4-4975 Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barrett of I friends for their! kindnesses giv- BeforeYOU
en to us during our recent be-
Starke. a son. Oct. 27.
THE SCAPEGOAT SERVICE reavement.We

sincerely thank Dr. T. G. C.H. NM WORTHY .
'= BETTE DAVIS Mr. and Mrs. C. C. MendozaJr.
ng Hitch. Rev. D. E. Willis of Bost- TRADEr
M The CeuntM of Tallahassee announce thebirth
wick pallbearers and DeWitt C.
of a son. Carl Clifford m
Plus "Woody Meets Davy on Oct 27. The baby is the great Jones Funeral Home for their 310 E. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA.

Crewcat" Cartoon. grandson of Mrs. T. J. Griffin of services.. I I

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editorialLet's 4 1 .. -J. vir....t ;nd th- intt-rt<>nn.ttin.u piplnjt i- ",: i ..;oi.g,; tilt: 1'1<1". aid; in the IT. K"tate .11 :;, I-tIR: : and run down thr U. nl
,.., It t .<> ;hc eater di!tril>uti nM ...t! the <'t'nt..a..t i!' a \ard-tl to Ii.-r. i.' J. ),[.0(..,.... d..al'o.'d. Side of State Koad No !nn. I.. ti h.
'.IIH-- the lf.loi..r.. .. I..- will within Con ;11t \tire Of rilns Pet lion For Final t'nfl of property on mil l by Sits
!txi .\It"'n" to the existinglimping : 01' ; .. ,fI"I. enter info contract II wharse Of K.irratorli. :AI-....,r n.odf"1I.
;, faolitn-s the North WttUMiwtinjr and] furnish the boa l. fail- .
at required < \ r 19 hereby JP; \.n that I The project engineer will tell th
Have It Out .7 : of placement of th- n ,'#.1 ivitrit dp csu: bt'ff'Ir-J mv final returns al! e.lit l I..\. i.iidr the tinw "hm tfnwniiicv ..
t #lf. ta eTistingr high duty pumping nn.t as <;uidateI darames.! The rid Bond ..t- r "r tJ'; e'''ate of Florence J. hall be remox t>d.
n.1 Installation, "f chlorination end, : t-rfiirnuiK lx>nd a?.. ie.nird A!.",."r dea...d; tha I hare filed 'r'att-htnjt: and >ropletelpain' -
t-rriitnn' ntH I' t serurrd fr.-m as" ag..nr tbO' II"! ;i 'tttl n for di'trl'.ution' and for n*: the tront "tf aid buildingsjrhin.nj Itt-
Action by the County Commission Monday .\ material and equipment (orI.ot iirty or Insurance company which f:nal rfixhar7*.. and that at 10.WJt : at the Xorthn vt c '" l .in" a'' nork performed hat ..1 "niv shall! have an .!:al4i '!'t ..
< ,
e *
night, in which it once again refused to put a .. .. .... >. ('a S 'Tirrta Vo\embep SI, of ( *.1'f"nn. and State Coad Vor
'P a-vot-ifTi I < i f lIu'in.: in the Sta.e ofF .
with the >-t
. r pUn I will: 'I>i>iy to the Honorable &K) .n the Town < f lawny. lUdu"
stamp of approval on streets already constructedin ; .0..>.... ; '1.:1.! -n>- 'ii* + r..rr..i"in, thrto.. uhtohTM : : hlttin"I.I! th r.iti.Katii IV.idford fimn.tr. Florida for ">"; lade of Street (u the end:
the new Keystone Club Estates development be. .' amin'../ at the ofi.. ..f bid .hjH t.. ai'lrnd tot of said final returns and apn'val for- .f !h e cnipert owned .In Mrs
..
.
r i-\ i-t-K. >tarK". Florida andH. '. i> ,' >.n,1.I titr ..t i4irkt.. .. 11a:t.Ier.od..n..
did f
... nothing to clarify an already muddled situa- at. .. ..r'1. .., rnr.er diftrH.ution and for .
oft nf ; |
If" nohls "Mnni.lpalWater
f .j Smith f'n-.J .11|""Starve as! exe(ntor of the ft Kreftiun of Metal awninx
tion. f .'n. .l HitN .\r hitt-t r! and Engine.rs. Mipplr. City of tarke Ynrrd v',11f I Florence J Moore dwraaed. with petal frames.! beginning; : at thiN
: perk S' ... I.. .. t., :he offU-e .
r. t (p O .x 4 1TJ ) a.C..I..r U. li! ; ', >rthwe Corner of lake \\enii'
In a letter to the Commission dated July 23, b. .. ..-...nr'Ilr. Ft rida Plans' and Sp-- f tnr; nty rierk. i"ity of >tarke.Fl O...il I:. 3'AOrpJ.'f't'ucor or.t State Ko* .
1959 George D. Wood, the developer, asked the 'fr..,, i- 'no may l I.e pllr'ha""d from .. -. Ida.. either by a represntal\e "..( the Estate of ..f Ijwrtry and incl ding the d..r-
'! f tI. ".
nol.K iiMder.; .
who -hall obtain
smith and fins. o\tth-: a Floreme J Movrr. war :ftd running; down the \\ i
a Board to accept the streets for maintenance since .' ..I '-nd ..:niltin..n.. for the sum rr.ripr therefor. .'r by resrit; : ,.re.In.rl .:' 4t dereajertID 111'1,1. : lIi.'t!' of the Street to the .nd ntnri
: ) "r.. MO 00 I..r ;.. t mhtrh mil n'.t is.Jrl1'.I11ai .,tth a return rw'.ipt reijueytedTl trtT of )Ir.. Maude Kod.nThe
such acceptance by the is F.H.A. ,.. .
county an RLt .1..1. '-''Ij''l0 of th. Pity resr\en the right t.t .H shall state the size offrt
... .. \>.'is'.. tnf. 1'.\ Fort Rn. ,.. ..
requirement and cannot sell houses until r. ffain.tr-* and |partial sits f iinintr.> in -nkid. to .. we aDd gauge of metal I I.
we '
any .,. '..
Tt .
.
: I.':t>i tx. nnv )? procnml for J5: II" r j t :thY .r .a.; HM in ..nrhote Qr in hoard if nnty fommi!<- ttte..].
have this from .. .. ; .t> .. -A nh ttitlHNit jrmerH of '''raofnrd.rintro Flori- ,
we your body. |M" >t>\ ",11.:1. per ht rrawa .r 'aut' and fh. awnin>t shall he not I :ely. not r..fnT'ltiahlf" <-r t. a The Commission did not then and has not yet r \ Ij.1; rand m.....ro..d. f\ertn>.d In t.1 I 0 <..it.rttt. inil !I.* f.>r ih- lif! : the .f ". 'I' ltd r ;.n-l t In a qnalifMil Sm' '- -ts ..t Ihs "II:\ ..r St ar"". Kloii- :Jli-nda.. }'. Xm"'n.a er i. 11'".,. in .\..:. .."Idiinal info..maU,"nc .,
officially accepted streets: for maintenance. tl I .
; x T "t : d (.r .ishi-r .It.*. I' it r .uor..m. f 'h. 'omh"ui'''. ,:.'rdinz 'heb. il m.nM .ti.faind1
According to our understanding: of the law governing '" nN;..1 ...i ,, .n Slat.Pank. in fni'.on.. il or The i Sla.I.I..r da ''>r th.. f..!kvwi t' 11'I .' S' ; n I iffii .' Ill tin I'"'1'1.1 1u
.1 urn nor li.... -h:,m five .r i 'I i v ur Starke. KUirid i ii L.g i .t'I' "bed n "."kT' ;,. "
t : such things, it can, if it so desires, accept :. : I A 1 n ,'nl t .' tin amount Jv-r ,n-i. n.. .1.. 'J.\ .'lert.In : 'm..val fetal and \\ .>oden ,'ii.Ir'.s \ !l'...rhr \
? .
: the plat for record but not tt' ,.. "'I r.:!\:at.l. t tin .'itv of Stalk :'" X.., 'IYd! t. n'ngs IIi/innllll! : "n \.trthasa I',. -> i" r ,u ; pur!
accept the streets for .. ," 1..1.' .. miti rfioiiipani. each i>:di1 "n.- .,' I I.a: \ "nii<' ..n Starrt "I'j j i 'Jt i I' .< i
maintenance if they are not constructed to its __ ..tf Kiiirintehai: : the I.iddrr mil (.IMHI? Joitzr't r wrl Innd ; It \i ;inn ,. <.. T.a n ..f law 'T. ; VI! -!F U i i
"' t '; .
: ..-- .. Imhnx 'h. d"'a' .1 d II I '"
satisfaction.This Y
; 1 -_.. bf[ 'h._.. _. ___
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makes it hard to understand reports that :! '. !E": : 4
t'a': :Ie;.:
several homes in the new development have already !- :
t"\fo
: been sold. Perhaps they were sold without .. '., Beautiful I
: : FHA but ....- .. ..,....., rj-'H CONSOLETTE
financing on the other hand, if

they were sold with FKA financing, how can this:;

:: fact be letter reconciled of July with 23? the statement in Mr.Wood's Two GrandChampions BIG 1960 FOR THE PRICE OF


To complicate furtfier an already complicated ra

: situation. now comes to light an office memorandum A TABLE MODEL TV !

: from one FHA official to another, stat- M tr' '

e ing, in effect, that it woula be acceptable to FHA Future Farmer Wayne Sapp! al -

: if the disputed streets are reworked to some; ex- ''I'xnel' 1 shows FFA Black Angus i- Look -- Extra Quality Zenith Features

: tent and the developer gives bond to the effect steer which won blue ribbon and 4 :

that he will maintain the streets for grand championship classificationat
a period of "
:one year.The Bradford County Fair last week. l Sunshine Picture Tube I Pull Push On & Off
At nght Wayne Parrish of i
: implication is that if this repair work is Brooker shows some of his Dixie

: done "the interest of FHA will be adequately 13 COIn that also won blue ribbon Spotlite Dial

U protected" and the will *..d 4 ,1 ,wf
agency finance purchases u grand champion. r 90-Day Free Service
: in the development, presumably with or without Frm exhibit were more numerous 1 t 1
: official "acceptance" by the Bradford County than ever before at this lI x :y: ax> s; ,'', Fringe Lock Circuit

Commission. year's fair. and pointed up need
fair ,in $$10 Delivered
for permanent buildings
r If this that Picture Glass
means Easy-out
sub-standard ;
streets are to which to house them. Also neededis t 1 r. }' t
be wished off on the county whether or not it is an arena for livestock judging. 1 1'I ;

a willing to accept responsibility for their maintenance Pair Association Officials have | i't k a etx

then the Commission can derive little raid they will go all out to obtain ./ U ONLY $
$129.9
consolation from the fact that the developer will ned! building in time for 1960 \ .

be required to give a one-year maintenance bond. T.au. HASE EXTRA

One year is a very short period in the life of a Cabinet ShopIs

housing development and whose baby Mill! the Three Mishaps WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICEStarke

: streets be after the brief span of twelve months? Cause Heavy Top BananaIn Model D-2313 \ I

In all of the controversy over the street, one Volleyball Loop &.a
Fla. Phone WO 4-4081
t factor seems to be ,
one word has been aid conspicuously and missing. Not Damage HereTWO Harke Cabinet Shop currently WITH SOUND OUT FRONT!
no effort made, so leading: 3-0 in the Volleyball League
far as we know to .. .. ... .
fix "
..;- ' -'
construction responsibility for improper utility poles were knocked will meet Starke Jaycees at ....:. ';I.Yjt' .'i ,i. : : ,: :: ; .. : ,- .. _"
of the streets in the first Oct. 29. while
place. accidents during d r> m. Thursday, .
dovn in Staike ,,_ --
: If
they are deteriorating within weeks after they :Maintenance Shop will play StatePn
the weekend and the one Saturdays
were put down as the county-employed engineers "on employees at 7.

: seated, then WHY are they deteriorating? Were ';ernoon resulted in many cold Schedule:) : ) for Thursday Nov. 5. YLTIRE

inferior materials u-ed: ? Too much of this, 01'too slippers for re.dents of the western will be: Piison vs Jaycees at 7 PRICES

a little of that? pan of town as power was p. Cabinet Shops Mainten-
Were
they down
put at the (':'I it off for several hours. ,ore Shop at 8-
:
wrong time a period that was too \\vt. or too Ilesults of played to date
Henry Carter 42 jear old Negro.wlose Somes
dry or too something else? If >oho is responsible 1954 Buick broke a powe. :.m': Cabinet Shop over Jaycees, SLASHED I

:; ? Surely this should not be hard to deter- pole near the coiner of Orange fUt umv, 15-12: second game

mine. ana Madison streets at 3:30 j p m. 11-15: third game. 159.Iain

: Monday's: meeting one of the engineers em- Sa'urday. was charged with failure tenance Shop over State Prison, ,

: ployed by the Commission to make an inspection to have chide under control fi:tt game, 15-5: second game L

r and causing an acment: ana damaging 13-15: third game 15-9.
report said. d
"Any time can to
you go a newly -
personal: piojertIn Mayor'sCujrt
; paved street and pick / TripIeTough NYLON
up parts of the surface Monday he was billed for 1'tl.!. FOIL IIIU"
: like a carpet, there's something wrong." If such *3"3.90 of which $192.40 was for Ml Ml IJ' \I. \\1I.H: M PIM%-

a condition exists, and it has not been denied why damage to cuproperty, $54 for 111:1.1.: < in FI OKrUlHK.Itlllll % ..

: should the county be saddled after a hbor. and material from Starke -.'\IEII:l notiJs. | %.M ill)| be rei ".' ....:
one-year ..
a \ iii cm fc tin II. at th r
: period with the expense! of paying for someone Telephone: Co. and S7750 was a .'"..t I I'.il' .i II,.: IM of !stark*. by GOOD/ .I '
a else's mistake? fire Carter said his brakes failed Ft. i ,,Ia. until 7'">fl I' M I-: T. on 't 4
.. .
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\ 'M.ti 17. itj1:; foi addition --
So far all of the after he had signaled for a turnanl ..r.1 i i .un-i.\.m'.rt<- to tin muni i*.Ipa| il
controversy between the developer : in looking down at the pedal, ,. .,:rr MiiM'l and ttistr.buti.n ->:-
: the Commission and the FHA has been he lest control. HIS car left the In.'. "I.>-:sling: ..f'

: by letter. Few if any important issues are ever lond. iae-swiped the pole and hit '. .1 I i i *"I'I.I Th.| installation Mel) and rurhin">f a' pump nit' k '

a satisfactorily --lie ..f lit ..x,-=tin,. '-Ie>'alfd
settled by letter writing. We think thE guide wire, snapping off the u $ 95 1

: the time has come to stop writing letters and get pole Carter and a passenger; re-

: all interested parties together for a full scale airing 'f'n'd: only minor injuries.
a of the A Sunday noon arcinent::; in
entire street fiasco. Then, and only NOW
which another pole was knocked
a then will a satisfactory solution be 1
reached.
6.10115 bJackwaQ
out occurred on East Madison St. WHE t
y
Tube type plus tax
+
mar the power plant. Mrs. Thelma ONLY
andtecappaoiebreTrade
: Teacher Writes A Letter Booker Roman of Bannell wasaiiving _

a 1952 Studebaker station

What can an individual do about wagon west on E Madison whtn YOUNEED today for safer, loner lasting 3-T Nylons by '
problems like
school needs and inefficient the car left the road hitting :a Goodyear. Heat resisting 3-T Nylon runs safer be- : ; $
tax revenue Some '_i.le on the north side of the cause it s tempered by an exclusive process involving t $
a times a great deal. :Miss Louise Johnson a street Damage to the pole was precisely controlled Tension, Temperature and Time. M ,.j 1

: plucky school teacher of Wayne. X. J. i i.s proof estimated: at $200. and the station Now, at these rock-bottom prices, you can afford the ;Y > z. '

: of this, and her story, as reported in the New wagon damage at $700. extra safety of Nylon! ,f' i

York Times, is worth repeating.Last Extent of Mis. Roman's injuries

: spring co1Id; not be learned from her
newspaper readers
saw reports LOWEST PRICES EVER OFFERED !
: that Alpine, X. J. had rebuffed the American physician, but she was hospital-
'z 'd. She told the investigating: MONEY
Cyanamid Company when it sought to move part son
cfficer that herchest
: a severe pain in
of its offices there from New York
City. Most
caused her to lose controlof
: peopleshrugged off the Nylons. Rayons. .
y
news. Not Miss
so the' car. She said she was on

Johnson, the Wayne, Xew Jersey school marm. h"r way to visit her husband whois SEE US //1 Black or Whitewalls. ya.

: She sat right down and wrote Cyanamid a letter. a patient in a Lake City has ,

: Cyanamid is a big firm. It makes some 6,000 pital. A charge of reckless driving 11 'it; Tubeless or Tube-Type

chemical products, ranging from antibiotics to and damaging personal property .14-inch 15-inch
!
: fertilizers but it was not too big to listen to was made against Mrs. Roman or
bu the case was postponed until 1
: the plea of a humble school teacher. As a result
she is able to appear.A .
;a of her letter Cyanamid is starting work on an Monday morning accident Popular' 7.50x14 Tubeless/ fits recent Plymouths, Fords, Chevrolets '

$8,000,000 administrative center at Wayne. Based near the corner of Brownlee ,and L LOANS """

: on present tax rates, it will pay the township th Old Lawtey roads caused ser- TYPE OF TIRE SAVINGS TYPICAl nit TIRE TYPE OF TIRE SAVINGS miott KX TOE

$200.000 a year in taxes, three-fourths of which ions injury to two Negro farm

: will gq to the public schools. w-rkers: who had just been picked Custom Nylon Custom

: Being addicted to writing up by Elek Joseph Lehoczky who UPTO
we are happy that $690 $630
: this good fortune for a small town was initiatedby owns Eiyless the Highway old Haislop farm off I Super-Cushion (White) Super-Cushion (While)
:
a letter. It proves that the written word has Lehoczky had turned into

not lost.its power to communicate, to appeal, to Brownlee when hit by 1954 Chevrolet $$600
Custom NylonSuperCushion Safety AI-Weather! t
persuade.It driven by Leon Arch Elling

: is also heartening to note how officials of ton who was going east on 560 $41 0

: the big company handled the letter. They did Brownlee. Two passengers in the (Black) Nylon (Black)

not lose it, file and forget it, or throw it in the lenoczky truck were hospitalized, *
: Annie Mae Martin with a broken
waste basket.
They dealt with it on its merits, .
: and thereby hangs the tale. right leg head injuries with apossible Custom SafetyAllWeather
skull fracture. and multi "Folks Find Us
a The story leaves the satisfying feeling that ple lacerations and abrasions and 515 $505
Black While
( ) Nylon ( )
Super-Cushion
:
in America it ,is possible for the smallest and Annie Pearl Coleman with facial 1 Friendly"

: I least known person to deal directly with a great and foot injuries. multiple abrasions .

:: company with gratifying results. Never under- and: possible rib and back LOCAL FINANCE Even Greater Savings On 'Larger Sizes !

estimate the power of a woman especially a :injuries.

school teacher with a mind of her own. Lehoczky was charged with MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND

fa;lure to yield nght-of-way. ) COMPANY I
causing an accident. He was fined = -
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
$52.50 in Mayor's Court with sen

EST. 187fFTORIDV8 tence suspended and put on pro- 116 N. Walnut Street

OIPEST WEEKLY iEW b1 ion for 30 days. ((2 Doors From Post Office) II GOODMAN'S Service Station I {
e
PIPER prBLlSHED CONTIXOrSLT PHONESWO SEEBER D. GOODMAN

: tNl"B THE SAME MASTHEAD.Tkmr. WANTED Clean Cotton Rag* 4-0101 and WO 4-0111 III
No Pants No Shirts. Must Be U. S. 301 at South City Limits
r.rilualed Ecb ..* Kmtrn .. 1_.. Claw lIatt.r Clean. Bradford County Tel e- Mrs. Marguerite Hall, Mgr. IJ' ,
at ke P..t Office at Starke FU. ...er Act .! _ar. 3. 18'L' .
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-n\V. OCT. 29, 19V: BRADFORD COUNTY -TELF.GRST.IRRE: : FIORIDA P i rr trtl-'R
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Rites Held Friday I grandchildren. group also visited a radio station. I ia:>-in Rosier. Mr. and Mrs Jim 1 have been \'lSitmg11': and Mrs.V. ''ter. Rhonda and mother, Mrs. An- \ilie Mis- Willie Reddish and Mrs. "'. .,' :..1':; Gan'... ,::1" I' I a:1\l:
Funeral services were held Fri- Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.i j i j Ruder visited the County Fair \ M. Re 'dish and son Henry and nie Rosier and Miss Rebecca Ro- F!vbn. ; Rosier el Lowell !:.A li why' l:..:.. 'v AI. .I u.
For J. M. Bradley, i dav Oct. 23. in the Kinpsley Lake W- H Morgan and daughter Dorothy -':V/--anesday ana also enjoyed the Granny Rosier this week. I ider visited the c' Clyde GriffIS Sr. Mr end Mr Leslie McCIellanYiMted staying "'1.h Jn .i. t

Prison Guard |Brptkt Church. of which he wasa were Mrs. Henry Loper and i|fish fr; I Cohen E. Pele of Jacksonville t llcrcily Sunday afternoon. their son and daughteriniaw Mr. and Mi- E.:1! v. :1.J e
member, with the pastor, Rev. ccr Donald, and Mrs. D. H Smith j Those \ ."itmj? Rev. and Mrs- tuned] his grandmother.. Rebecca :Mr. and Mrs Charles Saop are Mi and Ms. Ronnie McClcl- h-ijag with his p;.ri .' .'" IiUi:
James M. Bradley. 77 died Tuesday H H Matt officiating. Burial was and son Junn e. I J. E. Norrnan this week were Mr. Rosier Sunday afternoon. Hi" proud parents of a little ;girt! lan of Jasper. and then. went cato Mis. J. B. Gas untIl tnev can
moiniiv' '. Oct. 2!}. at his home.in the adjoining: church cemetery Those visiting the Otis Brewers': :anJ! :Mrs. Cede Griffis Sr.. and I I, Ot1"cr'isi r.s were Mrs. J. S. Rosier "C-ln \Vednesday- Her name i isShtrjl Georgia' to visit Mrs. McClelLr's finish their hcrae.Mr .
with Masonic rites by the Raiford :an.1 Granny Prmgle. Sunday\ were I j Mr. and :iirsV. H. Morgan, Mr. \i ian of Lowell. :Mrs. Clance : Ann. sis: er. Mrs- G. B. Colvinir and .Irs. Edmond Rosier
in the Kingsle Late: community
'Lodge Wilson Funeral Home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Strickland of : :! Mrs. Jim Rosier Mr. and :Mrs. : Thompson and ;girls Peggy Sue i R E'nt'isitGrs of the Charier : and MCl ;ie C. Gr fi.- ard family veiled relatives in
after brief illness- '
a Lake! City was in charge of ar- Green Cove Springs: Mr. and: Mrs. 'M':nn Rosier and two children I Ifrs. and Rebecca of the State Faim.Mrs Saps were Mand Mrs. Marvin\ Jr. visited' his parent Mr. and Matclcnny: this 'evk.
Born in Walton County Georgia, :rangements. Fail I Mosley and daughter Carol'> Lizzie Rosier and son J. Eard -. C. M. Burnett and Mrs. i Rosier: ana:l famlj. Mr. and Mrs. J'rsClide Sr. during the weck- Evergreen Baptist Church ser-
Mr Bradley moved to Florida in Pallbearers sere T. H. Rahn. Jean of Law ley. Mr. and Mrs A. '!' Mr and Mrs. Thomas Star- ;, Brown of Raiford visited the W. ''H. A. Hasan: Jr of JackiOimHe. i-twj \;ccs are: Sunday School. 10 a.
1922 and had been: employed as a W H. Williams, P. S. Crews J. J. Crawford and Junior Crawford ,, li"5 and Patsy; Sapp. I :M. Reddish:; family Sunday afternoon Mr and Mis ,;ire Rosier. 3. rs. :Mr and .Irs J. B. Ga-skins iWorship., 11 a. m : Training
vtnrd: at the Florida State Prison II Moncncf, J. R. Cason, and E of Ifeilbronn Mrs Grcr: .' Guthall and sons Cl rice Thcmpvn angirLs. Mrrd \:.:"d their dat,khter Betty Sun- Unnn 6:30: pm' and Evening
tor 30 years He moved to Kin!: ley !--. Hedd:nz.;: Mrs J. E. Ncniiian and11'". .,la- i k :and Mi 'I!: of Baltimore Md. Mrs SandJ Gnf fis and tiaueh- ,. :\IJ. J. D Sam of j"k-o''.' 1'e' ; Jar:,-onvuIt*. They air.j o* *\ it.-! 7:30 u m

LaVe about a year a-;o from Lake ..,...- -. ......- ---- -- .._ ..- t.
Butler. --
Funeral .
Gunning are his wife. Mrs'; Liz SaturdayFor :
zie :Mae Bradley, Kmgsiey Lake; : lrs. Strickland !''I
four ctauahters :Mrs: Vance N. ;
: 'TliNN SA!
Onger. Jackscmille: Mrs. Gerald Mrs Viola Gore Strickland. 81
Cox. Orlando; Mrs. Robert Dcaibion o" Starke, died Tuesday afternoon
Chicago III.; and Mrs Joseph after suffering a heart attack.

OGuin. California, four sons :Mrs. Strickland was born in ._ _
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Jack D Bradley, Orlando: Reese'|r'H;rkIrCount">., S- C. on Oct. 17. r- -y -
C. Bradley, Jacksonville: James''I 1373. and was: the wiow:! of the > LAUSEb! LADIES: ADEN'S AND: BOYS' ':
'-r Bradley Jr.. Jacksonville! ; and : !atf' Raiford D. Strickland. Sur- / \ .'' QUALITYNYLONS l(), *G SLEEVE
.'ol'n L. Biadlfy! Kmgsley Lake "i\:Jm ne sewn daughters: Mrs SWEATERSLUXURIOUS 6W- ;
three sister; ;. Mis II. E. Bowman Fr.>nk J. Fier Clci eland. Ohio: t
Bnford. Ga.; airs. J. H. Verner. 'Mi-s; R. B Kins, and Mrs Lottie ; Cr l,Oft cHi ;)ITS ;j
:Monroe, Ga.: and Mrs. M. F. ,Boree both of Hialeah: Mrs V. { k:;! L : : BAN LON ti i "
('o er. Jacksonville: one biother. ;i D. lhtchell.1iami: : Mrs Tom ;- endTEXTURED .

S. G. Bradley Campton. Ga.; 20rrandchildren Matheson. Ft. Mvers: and! Mrs. I t1" t : OPlOn 1 ricM.ie! or wash 'n wear Ji ,
and 15 gnat ;;.M- ,
'!'Bi'tke! Films''on and Mrs. TcnnicM.ivo. :

: both of Starkr: one sister, i +y ; / ? lop everything you own with bio-ioilolh in popular
I Mis: Effie Howe, Miami. 24 < % : t/? R N' our mock-fashioned Sweater-Se! ? <; prints! and woven plaids. tw /
"iptuHuldicn and 18 great grand- I '
I
i,children.! : I ';::: 1 in t the} KiHervSofJ wonder yarn Boys Sizes 6 To 16

Funeral services'; were held at 11 \1 T that won't stretch or s'nrmk.dnes Wen's c?izes. S-M-l-XL a, r;
Gulf Life \ I n. m. Saturday in (he Kinsley \ quickly and never piils.I f '
3 Cu $1 98 & $2.93 = ; tx'
with Rev. DIE I Regular
T.'ikr; Baptist Cli'iirh ( +, t .i E er?
.r DAPT.APLAn I Willis offinatms( Burst was ,' ; ti MISSES SIZES 34 !10 40
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program;; planned l fur the I
if,nd:1Y. Nov. 28pm. meeting of J1 i
the Camera Club. The meeting will 0 (
The retirement plan you be held' in the Chamber of Comm I I I'ft. \ : '
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buy for tomorrow can Jrce building and new members
meet arc welcome. c .. -.......,.isIDrKl3A.tT5___ --
help today's needs r i fr
p .;;;k.\ ME\: S -R-E-T.C-H VfcNb ARGY..ESOCKS iItE \j'S LARGE WHITEHandkerchiefs
thanks to the Recreation
County
exclusive Adapt-A-PIan. I To MeetThe \ SOCKS ci
Ask your Gulf] Life Group $79
'4.- OUR REGUtAR' 69c OUR REGULAR 69c OUR REGULAR EACH
Tp.prcsentative.Guif. Board
county Recreation

\CrnUr.\ ;II meet Thui.scay at Brooker: Oct.Community 29. at 8jJ. )df' 2 Pre Si.QO 2 Pre $1.00 $1.00 Daz.

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BULKY SUPER ORLON
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SLEEVE CARDIGAN LONG SLEEVES Fioa'mg Action ,-
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Box :SOS Phone WO 1I72.JStaike % : I! ri.--ddinc. A. C. and Wayiw Kirkland $ i9 1 169 !fat .
Fla. Lc Vernp Crawfcrd ana Gary b I the shoulders of the man
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PANTIESStzes e I distinction to your wardrobe this fall. Imported
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MEAT\ MARKET :?' to 1 ? .
Our Regusar 2r Each, WASH 'j J WEAR PI AIDSGINGHAMj I is a fine WORSTED flannel

IMIOXE WO 9-J09J: a: ? 1 : AND PRINTS' vifticn means a more gracious drape, a

6171 E. iUU: ) VNLEE ST. STARKE FI.A. Sires 3 to 14RC'Jl":1r ; fineness of weave plus longer wear and
# ", 51'93 & $2.93
OWNED: AND OPERATED HY the aW.ty r to release wrinkles.
ERNEST .\I.I.EXXU BILLY 1IARDEN1IROOKFRESH Pr.

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WORTH S65'J') AND S/500

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Styles In Assorted Prints AND PRESS MIT SETS HEEL AND TOE

CHUCK STEAK Ib 59q OUR REGULAR Si i 93 KHAKI SIZES 6 TO 10:

; 64' I SHIRT tHJz.: twill
1 79 A 4 P $1.00
: $ O Flap Pocket r.
OR MILD % $ 0 Lined Collar!

Fine Quality ImportedAl 1i15 j/ 8\ Szes; 14 to 17
I SAUSAGEHOT lbs 99c BOYS' RUGGED

I OXFORDS Woven! Woo!In Tweeds Italy. $2.69

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Sturdy Leather Uppers SIZES 22 TO 30 TROUSERS 8.2-oz. tNili

DAISY CHEESE lb 49ALl. C Foam-Crepe Soles! "' OUR REGULAR $4.98 'WASH! CLOTHOUR I and Re-ir.forced Pockets Croch

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PORK COUNTRY SMOKED OR FRESH I I $ 99 $2.89 CHARGE PLAN

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9 Play, Columbia Friday Negro Youths/ ;I Sell It Rent It Trade llri.


Are Sentenced I
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: Tornadoes Tumble Live Oak 12-6 -L f ..!%MPIED DI"Plt ---- ---- 'I':' rn !.*. rtrrt tmsm1si.es .
-v PER ICIf FOR !""E .0 RI'I"F..TEn' OVi OR' MORR 1I1ICHJI'I
T Three Negro youths part of a
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et'up charted with several instances OVT.M M WOHII* h______ 4 Ce.l. P.r W.r4M
In Vicious Defensive Tug-of-War
--ii-i-C of and enteringa
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breaking .
ispqi.,.. II RF"OIITIO%. ___ ._ 4..... P.rI _.
grocery store here were transferred -
I I"" nH". asH 1.1"... 0... IF". '''11._. titsei .ft
: An aleit BUS pass defense, plus !a 6-& ball came h& i JI4:4 lid to the boys' training schoolat

:'timely penalties enabled the home i: Live Oak tOut the Starke kickoff % Marianna this week. N-imes of f.\CH: 'flhITiO4LWOHDflVFR2I ._ .*. p_ W..4

lown Tornadoes: to capture a hard to begin the second quarter i zz- j the throe all jmtmles were not I ftn.R.OHT.. BATH Re- Furni.-lnd lou' for Rent t>n SilverLake

foupht! victory here Thursday : and chalked up three. first downs F ....... "rlt %.. .Ti.;ny d.iwn. ........Ui'"1 Inquire at Greyhound Bmstation. !!
*ni!
Oak by a 1' -ti score. i med and BUS took possession of Three older members of the I I I WE HAVE a new" lun program rot I CARPENTER WORK

: The eiiiounter proved to be prl- [ the ball on tht-ir OVMI nine yard group Theodore Bennett, 15, : farnit-r Lot* o. I 10 6 yrart I

maiily a (kfrf.S1Vestrugfle vuth'both itiipe. James Williams. 15, mid Joe Mur- for miMe the of entire the farmer crvdti and 016 require-tarn I RE IOnEI.ING.DDITIONS

team tatklmg hard :and ] Running plays by .Smith.: Cattle i tlr ,;an#'Till* Productlod Cr..dMAe TILESATISFACTION
18."Ie I
pn>
bound over to circuit ?x-itlon.! 20 fwrtb M.ln.atr.rvllltt .
LI.'(-king viciouslyBradford and Dagger mod l the ball to the .
I Kli. tfcbR4OIOS
court where > GUARANTEEDJ1MS1V
they pleaded i iI ,
I High was forced to i 127 brfore a Tanner pass was: in-

:come from behind to win alter jtm-eplrd on (the Stark 35. Again guilty and were sentenced to two I BEPAfKBO: I RICKS Jr.
J ytnrs each in RaH rd by Circuit All Make. All Jfe4rl* ,
'the Suwannee gudders had scored the Tornado defence Iwld and theJSuwamue a........." C .r&.. Baa....... 41 .V St. lair Ph. WO 9-S93t
I Judge G. L. Pattfn.
lli'c first time they had possession I fourth down punt carried "HI-I"H.HO': RADIO TVI -
Charges againit two other Negro mat_. Ir.... Ow*.r :
of the ball. Their touchdown into the nd ?f>np providing
412 F. fall St. Pho.. HOMarkr. 4-UI J %UKSO D..Lone SUPPLY
'culminated: :! a 75: yards drive with BUS with a first down on their yovtns art estetj in connection Fla.tOlOMtl. 1 Vicar Blc Ilar rt.ry

ljlfback Sherrill Skinner an of- :''own 20. : _with the same violations, were I \Veldm* \. Cherry, "....
aismiistd b County FLORIST I W< to.H' Just nurchasvd" tLe following -
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Jude A.
'Itndve standout for Suwannee, i from the :20! two running plays I
ball : Only F T. D. Florin in Starke. i uceti it..m' at a low price and
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with
Sherrill 195 Live Oak fullback
.Skinner pound : Yawn.Touch
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diiving over from six yards out. i i by Dugger and Smith netted seven i''nvnute and 15 seconds of playing I l"i/wer.i. wired any i.1.1...... Flowern | vi'pa! "9 ih* raving on to you
'The extra attempt was yards. On third down quarterback 'time left.A I (.iec arrow), makes little headway against an iron uit'l of KIISilt I for all vcra.iion Im-ally. l'honf'1, Steel .shop taMef ng x 23" widex
point :;:r
WO -';'1. 506 last Xona St. tfchg i hitch1..t31 tile cabinets.
blocked by Tornado back Tombo ;(Tanner faked to fullback Gard- 15 yard penalty moved the : >teus<> I in second half of lat Friday's game. Tornadoes in In i Football i:ii Wood file cabinets Metal storage.cabinets :

Smith: making score six to no- net up the middle handed off to Suwannee squad back to the 18 the tackle are (left to right) Hank Graham, Ronald C'raufonl, I Ii .OR HF. Furnished apart- : 4* wide x ,' t4gh." Wood
I Saturday MorningThe i-Wtng table 3f x 2t x :!! (ideal
thIng with three minutes gone in half bin: k Dagger who streaked ard! !line- On the next play. however i Alan ('ic (takliug Skinner), Tom Smith (No. 12)), Richard i rirnt-s Kasunabli renter. Phon.0 rates S-IOll'NVar'shipping1 :! ; i.'-nmpins and picnic! 1rlps )

'.tP first quart r. i around left end and outran the a penalty: against Starke I Dugger (on ground renter), and ;:ar\ey Tanner (far right). Hurricanes and the Tigers .r WO 4-::>n4: or call at :S!U S 4'or-e in or to eee phQJf'0 n!. feel tree i.4aI to look3r..U.wt act;
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After the kickoff the Starke I JLive: Oak secondary to score ont moved the ball back half the distance ba'.tled to a 6-6 tie in touch football Oierrr St (Shell Oil ('0. Office.tfrhg for Prtt
squad put three first downs anda 72 yard sprint. to the goal and gave Live Rex Brown Wins I ,
B Squad Stays Saturday :and the Tornadoesbeat .
pair of long passes together to : The conversion attempt failed : Oak a first and goal on the nin : !I I'O)( 'ULF.
i the Wildcats a rousing 14-0. HASTINGS MATTRESS !!>I;;< Fnr.f V..11 Truck Z-4 Ton, Light
feet up their fiust scoring oppor- '!again and the first half ended ya: !'d line. 4-H Achievement Donald I .i' .ike Ho.ly. '
\unity. Halfback Irwin Martin's 30 with Bradford ahead 12-6. On Win Streak Falcon scored a Hurri- I & UPHOLSTERY WORKS fI,' tl. KlNf, COMPANY
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At this point the Big Red pass Statewide Award cane TD in the second quarter on IIV \. Halkiit .t.no .
.yaid lass to Devore placed the In the third quarter Suwannee etcnse came to life and BHS de- a 36 yard punt leturn. Outstanding j 710 Lemon St. I'alatka: .."... 4.eiai

JLall on the Live Oak 45 ya'rd line. took the kickoff and rolled to four fendeis batted down four successive Tuesday night: the undefeated: Hex Brown. 18 year old son of i on defense for the Hurricanes i; Furniture Repaired, Upholstered !. : tfchg
later Harvey .-tiaight, first downs to the BHS Tornadoes downed t
Two plays quarterback BHS B-Squ-iti
and the Tornadoes
i passes Mr. and, Mrs. George Brown won j| .as Arthur Douglas In the last & Refinished i
Tanner found! end Larry Eld- ow yard line. Halfback Skinner i gained possession of the ball with Like Butler 34-0 for their fourth!
first place in Achievement in state {[ qu titer Emmett Akridge passed MATTRESSES REBUILT Men Leather l
.er in the rlt'art: the seven yard 'went over the goal, but a backfield :3C' seconds 'remaining. From hereit win of the season. Bill Jackson'sassn : I 123 yards to Sieve Hewitt to set ; .

line and hit him with a perfect In motion penalty nullified the was a matter of running out ;. ; led Staike to a 20-0 hair.,. ;.U Club competition. it was announced the TD which Akridge ran over up )I New Innersprings HALF SOLES

27 yald pitch before Elder stepVed ptey. The Tornado difense held 'i the clock with Tanner keeping oni'.vo time lead. this week. .frtm the two jard line. and Hox SpringsDrop

out of bounds at the five. ..seain! and BuS took over on I drives into the line. I In the fijst quarter a 15 yard''i Rex will attend the National In the Tornado vs Wildcat gameCahin I t's a Card or Call

: With first down and goal to sowt ilowm on their own eight yard Defensive standouts throughoutthe '. coring pass to Marty Starling j jendd 4-II Club Congress held in Chi- I Varnes was responsible for .).\I.TK.E..\ 3.91C6ST.AKKK 1.50 upMen's

the five halfback Johnny De- iine.The game were Tombo Smith. a 60-yard dl ive. The try caso next month as a reward for 'one TD and both extra points for WO' 4-3934!

,Aore took the ball and drove to rest of the third and fourth Harvey Tanner and end Tommie for extra point failed and Starke j his: accomplishment He is a ji ;!' the victorious! Tornadoes. Calvin I I MKS. PFtiGY SHALI.EK, Starke

the one yard line. Halfback Tombo quarter saw the two teams exchange Chi. with center Tom Gay also led 6-0. After the kick-off. Tomjmy i member of the Loretto Duval : alo passed to Steve Tilley whocured : '\Ct'ht I II I Rubber

Smith could find no running room : the ball several times. ':'turning in a sterling defensiveperformance Hugging lecoveied a LakCj I County 4-H Club and served it asi I II .1.. the second TO. I Uchg HEELS. Up

t4fl the next play so on the third However with three minutes to I the second half. 1 Butler fumble at the midfield'I I-riiident. He was president of the']: Starring: on offense was Tom t; I 85C

'Ho\vn Tanner kept the ball and ulay in the game Live Oak passers. Council last I II i
;, Haliback Richard Dugger led stripe and Starke rolled to another -|[County year. Lyons who ran the ball out of his ,

oived the remaining yard for the beran to find the mark and moved, [ in the individual yardage gained 1 TD on a 5 yard plunge by I[ Now attending Perdue University end zone down to the Tornadoes : I.UU.aHUn: : I

[score- the ball, primarily through the made,,,at W Lafayette Indiana. he will i 10 line in I
rushing, with a total of 141 yardsin Kownn Thomas. Starling yard the third quarter, : FOR ."
The PAT attempt was no :good:: air fiom their own 15 down to the Nov. .r.--'ol.nial-Iye boiife. ExtraSpecial!
I from there
th1 illy to Chicago 211
ten carries. Smith followed with the extra for a 13-0 lead as 'I even though the attempt at scoring -14 IwrttoomN IITIIIB rm., family rm..
ar.dthe first quarter ended with Staike three yard line with oneStrobo's 4 His for Ulminc .
ended. i and return Dec. sponsor ; failed. rm. !tun parlor; located N.
15 yards in six canies. Devore, fiit quarter i]I 'I
[ Walnut' .si choice residential
.1: I who reinjured a leg muscle and sat Just before halftone Jackson''tne trip.is II. II. Pairish of Or-I I Schedule for Saturday, Oct. 31: i ci't..i l>u";"'"" section schooli area;, HALF SOLES and

out the second half carried once threw' a 25: yard TI pass to Billy I' tundo. Wildcats vs Tigers 9 a. m.: Tor- o: ,'tiurtcLot. extcnilii d..pth of en-
& Radio fir.IQl"k. Will wll partly furnished,
: Garage Shop |! fo.- six yards. Fullback Sam Gardner nowlin who was in the clear I :nadoes vs Hurricanes: lOa. m. |Ill''
i' saw limited service due to an i! and earned, the ball into the end i Leonard W. Crosby The Hurricanes lead the league 'I IS. il.-l.f. Kla.n.li.n., or 50:!,Inquire W"'ldlpsf..r.Bradf..rd1"JUnfy Or100n.lo. HEELS -- 2- Up'

WINTER SPECIAL injured knee and ankle carried ;Zot't'! Larry Noegel raced around Dies In Tampa with two wins and one tie. Telrgraph. tfchg

t'vice for five yards. :light end for the extia as the half I

; Pressure Flush Your Radiator, Check Water Hose and ended. Arts And Crafts 'OM KHXT: 2 nKDROtlM un-
Head
Coach Lennard Register I II Leonard U' Crosby. 73, son of:' fur.i 0id apt. *U: W. Madison. See : STARKE'SHOE'REPAIRING;

Radiator Leaks One Callon: Preslone Anti-Freeze described; the game as a definite I i Midway in the third quatter the late Abe and Martha Crosbyof Meeting ScheduledFor .'i.-uinv :.4o'.r> at (:uU Station m-st I ,

team effort and stated that out- | Kenny Ten-ell took a :30 yard pass Brooker. died recently in a I' don tfchK
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All for $5.50 (Repr. Trice $0.35)). On Install AntiFreeze -
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fide of Palatka. Live Oak was the : f i oni Jackson in theend zone. Tampa hospital. He( was a rasioent 10 A.M. Monday FOR HKXT-I'nfnrnished small i
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$3.10 Per Gallon. Also Special on Brake 'jest, team BHS has faced this year. :jleirell was covered by three Lake of Plant City. I li,)jye at I..ar of *lor<* building at I 12.1 S. Walnut_ St.

: CORNER S. ORANGE ST. AND EDWARDS ROAD The Tornadoes play an away !'Butler defenders but (came down Surviving are a daughter :Mrs. All! adults interested in arts 3il: <'empIe le Mott at A\e.McCarthy's Contact fiarag Mrs.Vau *., Across from' Park:! Theatre

: came this Friday at. Columbia 'I with the ball for a real circus Estelle Dean and thiee sons, S. A. tid rafts are invited to meeta S mill;' a on Halford' R<1 tf.-hg j

Huh in Lake City. i catch and another 6 points. Larry and Harry B. Crosby, all of Plant the Scout Hut on the Pratt WANTED SEMI-RETIRED COUPLET j 1 UrMX
.VtRSKHY
I Noegel piungp.t'fol'-the extra City and Rev. Vernon R Crosby, Street playground at 10 a. m. (f OPERATE FI'LL OR PART I (;-pod '-are RHODKAf fur your UOUK
TIME: WATK1XS ROUTE IX: THIS child. Fair
Jobs.LAKE -' ; BookmobileTo and a 27-0 lead. Oilando; one istf'r.11'9.: Jane. Monday, Nov. 2, for an organizational ..Utlt.oRV: $50;; TO 1100.00 I ttjles.!! U.efli4d. Phon'e Wo 4-3631

i I In the fourth quarter Marty Cnrloy. LakeVal.'s; two meeting. \VKEKI.T. OKPENDIXO; : OX: TIME MI' N> Tb)n\p.'D kt. tfch*.

i Stalling went 15 yards up the John MtibilAla.broth-I Meeting time for the various DEVOTED TO THC BL'SIXE-SS. Wantt-0 Waitress. '
BUTLER BOTTLED GAS Make Rounds { rt1J. Crosby WRITE WATKINS en WEST StaiIingi Truck
I I middle for the final wore. Noegel Ira Crosby, Jacksonville; 12 !I'IUPS and plans for projects will PKAt'MTREE: : hT NE ATLANTA. I(>I'mn..." of SIll tj"y.,oa U_ S.
1 anuunced at this meeting Bob U 111,:' :1"1 !I-hone Hobart < .
I made the extra point. Bill Jark- grandchildren and 12 great I -:gQt.FOR Uebi'

Starting Nov. 4 I son's CO yard pant was nullified : Ernner, city recreation director,
r3nI4"1I41rt'n. ;
NOW SERVING STARKE 1 said. I r.VJ\IXO CLASSES for adult AH :SALKhead Black Angus
i i by a holding penalty. Funeral services were held in suhjti Credit if wanted. Writ h-ifem. 9 mo. old. Inquire1' Har-
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Something new will be added All Rtarke BiSquad; players Foiest Paik Churl'hf Go-l at I. Included in the crafts program I Dirt--."r. Bon llso StarKe, or call IC-v ';3r8.r | 3trhg I0'9t '

; for the book-laving public of ;I Looked Rood on defense, and inl3- Want City. uitn Hcv.V.. Hurl will be leather ,ork. Jewelry makinj -I soa')7I.Office. nr rso vicit Bldg' Adult for EJieation addl--'I t' Calming and dry wail l work; by exrmrlmed -

Cooking and !Heating 7.50 Tank I lii'adford County when a library- takes were kept at a minimum. Sumner officiating. Burial was carving, ornamental: metal I lt.-n- inf..rn..u..n Ifohg I painters Workman-hip
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per on-wheels I Bookmobile goes into 31 this 1 work, and others, Benner said. Piiar--nteed Contact & J Builders
I
I ( Saturday night, Oct. in the family plot at Antioeh I DEAR CUSTOMERS: ::c k for Jack "!'fU lOP r. tfrhiFOR
.service, hire starting Wednesday. '! Tornadoes will play Bald- 1ntrcsted persons ale urgedto
Baby Cemetery und 'r the direction of
Cooking Only 8.00 Tank
per Nov. 4. Scheduled stops will be win's varsity at 8 J.m. I In Bald'wtn Wells Funeral H I.e. attend the organizational meet. To rHebratr the completion andpening I RKXT--ttirntehed apartments

I made in the northern part' of the The Indians are e3cpelicned ins, even though: they cannot attend of my new shop, beginning I.$4.-Kirch&Ine per mo. ,514 S Epperaon St. T.

PHONE LAKE BUTLER HYATT 6-1351 ;county every first and third Wednesday regular classes at this time. : tfe.g
; and are favored to repeat as Monday, Oct. 12, and running'
and the southern Marriage Licenses The schedule of classes has not FUR SLElirt..hutS
in section I contest t Subdlflsmn
winners of this
| year's for the next' 90 days, I am running :
each second and fourth Friday B.1MI.n' yet been set and will depend on -I..troomblot'''' hom, Florid
Joe Shaw in the month. !! Last year won 7-6. l M'rrIaee, : l licenses have been issued the most convenient time for the a brake spprkri I will packyour room: : 40..01'1'" Kanfmann
by the office of the County Bcnner said. front "heel hearings and ; tfchg
The new service l is one of the ; 1 2ruup.
UNICEF Drive 1.J1.f .. vo far this mouth to the check your point and plugs free. LARGE STORAGE SPACE For
advantages coming from the regional -, r_ .nt rlll1''W') 4-- "" HI'
--- ----- library lowing! : Ill be glad to see all my old buddies J '
recently
set-up
Set For Oct. 31 Charles William Godfrey of Robert Harvey Hudson of Tampa .. HELP WAXTED
Bradford Libr again. '
joined by County 'tP.TTRF.n FARMERS
Jasper and Virginia: Ann Jones; and Nancy. Jewell McGriff; Jerome j I.tYicrisK AND GOOD

HELP WANTED -- WOMEN( ary.Scheduled I David Ewell Lawson and Patricia Jay Goertz of Hutchinson Your old mechanic pal 1 rnOf) 'F.F.n pBKATORS WLBSJIEX. fAKE SELU

I steps have been set Saturday night a weird assortment Sue Cogdill; Charles Hill of Wal- Kan. and Barbara Frances Lance; lILA (SIIOKTY) ALLE.VALLEN'S "H 1LCDO"l.Ln'YTAB.O-

up at convenient: spots but can of spooks and goblins, space- of LATORFAMOUS srxcfi isis!
: do and Christine Clarke of Hamp- Ho-ace Jackson McCullough GARAGE Fti: HETAII S WRITE DR. lIA(-

SEWING MACHINE OPERATORSON be changed or added to as the mon and witches will ring the :.ton; Lonnie James Tisdale and Lake Wales and Teresa Gail IIX.U.D'S" ; BOX Thy, FT. DODGE.
nerd uikes, Mrs. Bess Burns idooibelk: of Starke and give out Acroa* from Herrulr on Alton Rd. 10W.-\
j' Dottie Weston; Sflas Jenkins of Biair: John J. Campbell and Mary 4t
.' librarian She reminds 'th' familiar chant "Trick or chg 1IH2
ounty said.
'Inn jean Leep.
TilE JOB TRAINING AGES 18-35 ONLY Lav.tey and Florence Cummings;
the public that books can be or- Tieat for UNICEF! j FOIl RKXT On- Kingly Lake FOR KENT .kin:) KinCtoHY Lake ;3
'dned for the Sonsored the Metho- furnished :: bedroom, garage apart- bttlrom hfiuti year: round. All nicely
locally by j
ONE WEEK PAID VACATION next delivery by : : mmi with rtrruUiioK' heater Phone turn, .h<-d. Sam Ri.enbergStore
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contacting the Bookmobile libr- >rii-.;t Youth Fellowship and nationally I i 2tt John.. A 4) 4-4rl tfrhg <-n fem' rail St. tfchgMADIJ

)HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL POLICY BENEFITS a run. or Mrs. Burns at the libraryin by the U. S. Committee for | r"''
WAJTP.ESS WANTED Apply inafter TOM DRAPES
Your
Starke. W04-2861. the United Nations Chilfirm's .
UNICEF
phone
1fIOn ::1:311 p m_ H AO Truck "i-terul or minI'IM upholstery
Applications Taken Daily 1:00 P.M.1:00 P.M. I Stops scheduled for 1st and 3rd Fund Halloween program 1
Wtdnesdays. starting Nov. 4, are' will be carried out at the same' .....n KALI: I''flt i. .t and -I. OI'k 4tcbg lila

APPLY IN PERSON t j I :Moody's Stoie SR 100 east of |! tore in some 10.000 other com- j t o ) P :: )I ...a. I..y0.. J. An 1ern."la un..y. '
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Last than : -4 tp IIFHH / "1' KBXT: 4 room unfurnished
munitics. more .
year .
I ;
Long Bridge 9:45: to 10 a. m.; 5 4 r partly furnijtifil no9/ e. Farmer
two million American youngsters ] '' SALE 14: a.rt'l Iton'.. M.rket P.l\all. Appl/J3: -
Rancbo
:
Reddish Store, Heilbronn Springs. I ::
Dad tock in the biggest project t Cxrelk-nt pasture Fenced. Creek 11' 'f..1 Itchg
Co. Inc. patt --
Big Manufacturing I 10:30 to 11 a. m. Carter's Store b -
; I' rd Wells $I i2:' arre --Carl; J. KedlMi.
or. Lawtey-State Farm road 11 ::25 ''ever carried out by children to' L... 31 :-;. W. 'mb Coot Ph.,ne 1AI.J-; HELP WAXTBQ Poremarr -
:l-elp: cnrWrm.-" ------ )h.l-n 33 )Ii"",i. FI... 2tj>l0.29 mechanic for factory'n : tomak..
141 E. Brownlee St. Starke. Fla. !''to 12: noon. -<<.- cnit' mi'walklnr Sbortf
Ac-
Lawtey: shipping platform.' finch penny collected by the -o KOfI( SALB :3 !>. Trick or Treaters wearing the: 12:45:
: to 1:45 p. m.; rear of Junior '
to- p I p. m :2tp l25
UNICEF black and orange tag
High School. 1:50: to 2:30: p. m.: ,' ----- ..1HFT.tLS '
man ow night can mean five glasses FOR KENT -- .: .edrovm cottage
(colored sect I Store IdOiE
b- on Hampton's of milk for a needy child over- j ,>li Kincsley La&11 modern ("..n- 3,,:; S Cherry St.. 2" bedroAih dwell
2:40 to 3 p. m.; Tompkins Grocery. .- '------ iiienei Central l.-xtint Call Mr. tug. IJi.oe: ler montb.H .
3:05 to 3:30: -eas, or the BCG vaccine to protect ]! I. anley at WO14 tfthe . .
p..m. him from tuberculosis- A| I \ W.ter St 2 bedroom lit floor
Stops scheduled for 2nd and :0".rttH"Ht. fjS
SHOP '" T.Uf/R! 1f.\JF. DRAPERIES P.'rFurr..Ii.d
Jmnjn'
i EATJES
nickel's worth of UNICEF penicil1m .
4th Fridays, starting Nov. 13, are: ) free |jlw>r Mr5. PeRgy 5Tha.lIer. 20*
will cure a child .of yaws a | I: AilScinsSt phone WO'4-5SJ4: tfchg 4 room apartment with
Erooker: Gieen's Store 9 to "Planning to have an addition to home? If ..arr".n pnrh 'i'.e ,: Adults
crippling- tropicaldisease. jj your you .01 lv.
1 &:30 a. m.; acioss from Junior III j U AATKD; CMirrieured Wart-
SHOP people taking part Int let Starke Builders show how t'. \. J. THOn*.. RKILTPR
Young are. Supplies you easy rt-": A|>|,>ly 1:1)0..M'I' Restaurant, .
School
Hitch 9:40 10 ,
to a. m. j meet -11 Sonth. ':?ff1 li'/1$ :'II S Trme| %?.. fl. !n. MI iCT...
Graham: post office, 10:15 to the UNICEF drive will Saturday an F.H.A. loan application can be arranged. !I,. rr.M C.T.1...ty r..rt !}....>
night at 6:30 at the Methodist FOR SALE Approihnately 3.1104 WO 4-sr.1 '-' .
\
10:30: a. m.1ampton.
,jlxnf Hreen Simpson Sugar C"ne. "iffbe*
; Hall. will
They
Don't Your New Caron : Home's Store, 10:45to : >! Fellowship, I For Sale at ..onL.: A. Lynn. P O. .
Buy \ canvass the various neighborhoods r...T |-.< Baldwin. FU: Itrhy HOWFA |\ hTARKK .
11:15
: a. m-; across from Hamp-" I For. rw tbieebed hoidtie
in !small groups escorted by young I NO MONEY DOWN e mi and -U*i room
to-i Training School [Negro, .'onJ.I: by Owner 2 bed- JoUns Drive.
I IJ
the first StopGO 12:15:! to 12:30: p. m. adults who are also volunteering fOll.n tram h..uc large thing room, For frame and three bed room
i their time. After the collection,t ol l.n1y of cupboard an" work pare' home with large lot and pavedMreet
Theressa: J. A. Gnann home tin 3.
::0 kitchen attached garage well e Westmoreland Ft.
:'they will meet again at Fellowship .. Please call to *e* either
12:40: to 1:10 p. m. kept ground'. fenced ba fc yard. or all ot
!mil: where supper will be served, Repair lose in. I block from Winn-DlxK he-e delightftiTbomei. Reasonably
Griffis Loop: Z. Z. Griffis home, tic W. South St lin.OftO. J6i month pr .*..ci and r..yfor occupancy.
ANYWHERE FOR 1:20:: to 1:35 p. m. j' followed by a gala party. and siihMantial rach down payment \. 3. THO. Mill. RF.U/TOR
A PRICE MYF counselor W04.t. 28S 'te.1I1 Ave, nr. L VU an..
i Harry Green Ihon W04. a1 after p. m. j
Reno I colored Starke]: near Add Rooms --- Carport .( Up II. Hum ('...tr C.wn H..H'
for
RJE school. 2 to 3 p. m. I wbo is making arrangements Tel. WOW:,..

Lincoln Edward's Store ; the Saturday night event, points FOUND Rmg in front of GreenRestaurant.
City: ,
BUT j out that UNICEF is not a give- I Bath Room flau Owner may have FOR M4LB
3:20: to 3:35: p. m. by Identifying and paying for ad. Ready mhz concrete, A<:r....block, I
;away program. Governments that See K B. Earles. Green Oak Rent cones.. feneepoatc. sand cement
i( request: its aid spend an average I (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX. inrn r S 'ftl !South_Itehg Motar mU.'rocK teel, Oystershell,
Basketball Meet Lllnulf'k-PheD" WO4-ZStl BradFngtneerlng -
FOR A BETTER DEAL SEE icf I more than $2.50 for each $1 received TURES) STRAWBERRY: PLANTS FOR Tovd CA .Ifchc ,

Set For MondayA e In UNICEF supplies. 5ALP0c per hundred. S.eJ. L.
!'west Highway JO I. Turn right atM MOBILE hOME PARK MiD
I last year the young people rais- Time To Re-roof > J<.'*'3 Grill 4 bouse cro.i. ran DRIVE IX HF.HTACBAST! i

basketball meeting will behEld I jed $300 in their drive. rod lip FOR SALE High, dry, and
fti.itful wooded lots. Sensibly

in the USO Monday. Nov. 2. HF.\Tr.R. prfed Will accept, home on nearby j
I
at 8 p. m. This will be an organizational THOROI'GHLY"'LE''iF.O lake j c down pat lent..Lake Geneva J
Billy DowlingAcross : and planning meet-I! W. C. T. (J. I STARKE BUILDERS With commercical-type. vacuum Tra-ler Park. I mL SE. of Keystone I
"-leaneryerape met 17. Call Jim Heights! on Hwy..4W. Phone Ky-
lug Recreation Director Bob Ben- "THE CHAINS OF HABITS ARE! Hayer. Keystone Heights ph. J17J.: !l1..n" 430 "p

no said. :and is for Interested -. !tf) 11'1%
I everyone TOO WEAK TO BE FELT UN-, FOR SALE Son to Wand. country -
'
in playing. managing' 'IlL TOO STRONG TO BE !!* FORD PICKI'P TRl'CK FOR property. Rettocittr priced
The !SALE. Jimmy Catkins. FU. 2 Box and r..rmJl.-4. T. JQuiftty, rvr Cher-
Street From Setzer's sponsoring or officiating. In other BROKEN.. ." SUPPLIES Inc. '
I *t starlre tr..hgFO n Madison, St". It.-hir
wo-ds. everybody Interested in I (DB. JOHNSON, NATIONALVOICE. ,
any way except as a spectator, RENT Cnfornitbed house FOR'SALE: : :;, Vhr* -t 6r<<* 'block I
''I I .) I on Peterson Road. near Dew schoo). hou*.. Will ,ttt zasoiiabt. .Ot
welcome and urged to attend. Phone 7TOJ-:875. Itcbc Center St. jtj
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVA


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STARKE FLORIDA. THL"RSD.OCT.. 29, 1939


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: FIRST BAPTIST Cllt'RCHKEYSTONE
KEYSTONE'By HIGHLIGHTS .i." '} _. -: .: I '
;. 1 : HEIGHTS:
MELROSE .' J. R. Smith
pastor Ralpa

Mary K. Schaeffer I 1Ai-.J t 1 1I I .4 .-. ,. Copeland Minister of Music; and

LLL! 1 I, church organist.Services .
By Joyce KothhammerAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I!
| ball game scheduled for Oct. 30 II School. 45
Ball Players Make Honor Roll I i r : Sunday 9
'J
Earl Cherry. principal of Key- | This is because of a football game Tw I 1 iI I ii a. m. Morning Worship. Ham.

stone Heights school, was pleased scheduled' for Oct. 3\\ In case of I ? 'PT1. Dana Hoffman of Cocoa Beach I i # Training Union. 7 p. m. Evening

with the number of boys and girls i rain: the carnival will be held on : is spending the week with his services 8 p. m.

honor roll in the Monday evening, Nov. 2. Mothers I "Make church worship a family
Who> made the I 'ti +
grandparents! Mr. and Mrs. A. G. I I
raced not cook that evening for 1' ,' : affair."
fin 6-weeks period. The fact is : L4ai- Spires.Lt. .
of course the entire family will be ( .
.rut out of 7 eighth graders who : .1 Rs. Cmdr. and Mrs. L- B. Nicholson \f A1 ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL
made 85 per cent or more in every ?" ng to the carnival and there of Trenton recently visited CHURCH KfiYSTOXE
.will be all kinds of food available. : (
subject, six of them are either f f Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Crawley.Mr. .. ,I Rev. M. II. Breyfogle. Vicar
The parade will start from theli'e
cheer leaders or football players. and Mrs. Walter E. Swett of SundaY-7:30: a. m.. Holy Communion *
House at 5:30 p. m.Starke (
This proves Mr. Cherry's theory \ P land. Me. have returned home : 9:30 a. m.. Sunday
Scalp'Um Indians I I
that: extra-curricular activities are after a visit with their soninlawand School; 9:30 a. m.. Morning Prayer
I an incentive for a child to do his ,, The Keystone Indians played s4ar f daughter Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Sermon (Holy Communion

best. He also feels that if parents Bradford County Junior HighMidgets Williams and grandchildren. IS tiit" each first Sunday I: 6:30: p. m.,
afternoon. I
would give a little more encouragement -| on Wednesday Mrs- Mamie Lake of Savannah Young People meet.
Oct. 21: on the Starke field. It I rZ R
to the child, and supervise Ga. spent the weekend with her* Holy Days-7:30: am. Holy
his homewoik. his school work I i\\s a dark day for the Indiahs, I II ,
] brather-in-law and sister Mr. and i Frank Harris (left), |i Communion.
wculd be more apt to improve. if !-9? they were beaten 7-0. One II M-s. George Rippey. Also I, program chairman for the Keystone I -- -
liccessary. 'dubious consolation is the fact I visitingthe Heights School PTA 'Congressman Charles E. Bennett, and I I THE RIGHT POINT for Afl
Rppeys were Mr. and
The Fourth Grade Honor Roll tot the Indians weren't beaten Louie Badger and daughter Mrsj j Bill Beam PTA president, are pictured at a meeting on Oct. j way you write. Come in and *>
Eva
included Dorothy Hardenbcrgh, :, ac badly as they beat the Midgets i I \ r 3 cssR of Ponte Vedra. They attended the | 22 when Bennett was guest !speaker.CONGRESSMAN. I lest your favorite ESTEKKHOOK:

Marcia Haberstroh, Ginger Bleas- ,(\.i trr- previous Saturday at Mel- ,rK FloridFSU football I' Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH.
I game.
Cherry we. Mothers who sat on the r[
Leslie Beam. Nancy
dale.
BENNETT
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gray of Jacksonville i
Gen: Few, John Muir. Gerald > bleachers in the rain for the game .f.- :.. rI Beach visited friends in I
: 'k.. Advises PTA On Federal r------- ,
Mrs- Carl Carnes, Mrs. Gay Legislation
Si-cets. Roxana Valldejuli. Diane. were :. .i_a.----...i Merose? Saturday. Mr. Gray was ;

Thomas, Connie Byrd. Livingston, Mrs. M L. Sibley, Mrs. Mrs. Lew Muir, PTA health chairman formerly a principal at Melrose Federal legislation and its effect Mrs.' 1'
finger Susie
Fifth Grade Honor Roll included Kyle McMurtry. Mrs. George Sch- bandages for -I Gornto's first grade : :
I i Charles* James Jr., 9th in the High School. I on our schools" was the topic the
: Patti Brannon, Betsy Glisson, affer. Mrs. A. S. Leath. and Mrs. grader Keystone Heights schoolclinic. !Mrs. A. J. Witherspoon has won room count. i KINDER !
I re-
used by Congressman 'Charles
E. After
the
Sharon Glover, Mickey Jackson, George; Clemens. Several fathers business meeting refreshments -
I turned after a long trip thattookher
aQ Be melt of Jacksonville when he. .1
Gc-ald Lovorn, Tommy Triest, and turned up for the game too in- I I were served in the .
King.In rudmg! Sam Gardner and Kyle SORE THUMBS HURT FEELINGS to California. Texas and Oklahoma spoke to the Keystone Heights lunchroom with Mrs. A. S. Leath :

Terry the sixth Grade. Carol War- McMurtry. I Healed In Keystone, PTA School Clinic relatives to visit and her friends-sons and other Oct.PTA 22The at its meeting Thursday I I anH Mrs. Lindsey Walker as host I YOUR

rtn.:: Renee Beiote. and Janie Mc- PlY Chance To Speaki I Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Simmons esses. ::10 !
Murtry were on the Honor Roll. i Thursday evening, Nov. 12, at i returned speaker was introduced by Parents who have not yet joined

Seventh Grade: Carol Stephenn :J8-30 .the Junior Woman's Club of i" By Mary Schaeffer I But now thanks to this committee last week after more thana Frank Harris PTA program chair- the PTA are asked to see Mn.
A frightened little boy has a things look a lot rosier for month's vacation up and down man. Rev J. K. Smith the Mrs.
the gave Kyle
Keystone will see a movie on McMurtry at once.
Steve Shackleford, and Lee !
: !badly bruised and bleeding finger- the child who is hurt becomes, the East Coast. invocation
' Sutton. new methods of Mouth-to-Mouth or i Dues are 50 ctnts per person. I I EYES I II
Artificial Respiration, as shown by I nail. He runs to the school clinicto ill at school. Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt: Lightfoot
Eighth Grade: Herbert Nelson, have it 'fixed.: Calm and reassuring of Atlanta Ga. visited Mrs. Light- far the extra point failed. i
Riy Chance Civil Defense Director Parents are happy about the
Hi: rold Snellen, Tommy Gardner. ( Mrs. Lew Muir gets out her foot's brother and sister-in-law, The Tigers started off the second 50TICOF IMKNTIOVTO I
of this area. This method is a work being done by Mrs. Muir II
Johnny Allen Richard Mooney- nov-d thing for every mother to !equipment and says to the young and her committee and without Mr. and Mrs. V. Y. Crawley, re- half with an early touchdownby IIff I"Ttn I'1'TrrlofsNatiee V\MK' i 1SYLVANIATV1WITH :

ham, Reba Hall, and Cheryl Cherry know Following the movie. Mr. 'TV-Western fan "Here's a bullet tr" backing of the communitythey tertlv. Langford who ran 44 yards tovcore. i!'.lifreby KIV"T. that th.
: to bite !" Many Melrose residents attended Faison ran over the extra ai'riKnd. undT the provisions
on and .
drop .
a *
''Chance will answer questions on ; pops gum couldn't have been successfuL I { h ptrr .::0.';;:;. Law or Florida I I
Carnival Date 'hanged into his the Gator Growl and the point. A.-ts l
'Civil Defense, and how it affects ; open mouth. Now we have For instance Mrs. Frank .f UMI.! will register with the .
The PTA Halloween Carnivalwill i smiles instead of sobs. homecoming game in Gainesville The Bulldogs made a surprising :Clerk of the Circuit Court. in and
I us; here. A social hour will follow. Ilgen donated a table and pillowto : for Pradford J'ountjr. Florida .n
be held this year on Oct. 31. :Visitors are invited. I A tearful little girl has a sand- the cause. The Nearly New Friday\and Saturday. rally in the third quarter. Aided :I rwe.pt of. pro>f of publication up of I! I HAWLIGIITSI:
rather than the originallyslatedOct. &p'ir splinter deep in her thumb Shop chair Mrs. Ernest Duplicate Bridge !IY penalties and fine pass receiving .U:ill noti... the fictitious name of
| I.fons; NotesKeystone gave a hial \ff .Service. I' Box 1*.
n. 65 !
30. This is because of a foot- Mrs- Muir removes it and wise- Winners of the Melrose Dupli- ( the Bulldogs were able to score tar"e Florida I I -
j Lions will hold a Ham Widegren a fan. and Huntley Red- under which, I am],
cracks "If it gives you any more cate Bridge Tuesday were: high. two touchdowns. On the first t'n/ta"-d in bu. int''II. I
: :Ird Turkey Shoot on Saturday. fearn supplied paint. Belote's DrugStore Mrs. Edith Larsen touchdown freshman nilbrt S. Joldwire IStarke Radio & TV
HAIR OFF trouble come back and 111 put it and Miss Iva Joe Johnson 1251 Johne'Irrivr. i
and Ducky's bandages
Nrv. 7. from 12 noon until 5 p- gave Starke. Florida sole owner |
in a cast." More smiles. HiHyer; 2nd. Mrs. John Strawn ran nine yards to score. Minutes
FOREVERUnsightly adhesive band-aids and cotton PaJed: this '
1st day of
m., next to Pangborn's lumber i The school as you have guessed. bails. while Dr. Don Christoffers and Mrs. Walter J. Grolick: 3rd. !later the Bulldogs recovered a A. D l!':3? at Marke. Bradford October.Coun +'I[ 311 East Call Street
? yardThere will also be a nonshtot is the Keystone Elementary and Mrs. Helen Phelps and Mrs. Alice Trenton fumble and drove to the ty. Florida. ,
and druggist Bill Belote have served !
Excess Facial drawing at 11:30: a. m., the .1 Junior High School and Mrs. in an advisory capacity.But Ketchum; 4th Mrs. Mary Cook Trenton four yard line. R. L. 19'I: U In :: I II I i Starke Fla.
e same day. at the Post Office. Dar-
F Muir. without benefit of a degree and Miss Sallie Mansfield. Johnson ran the four yards for
[Hair Removed there is still plenty of
rell Davis is chairman. opportunity -
Melrose Hallowe'en
!jtitner: in medicine or psychology, Carnival their third touchdown. Both attempts -

PermanentlyEdmund The Lions Club is again selling I Ii is:: PTA health chairman; and for, for service and the com- Slated For SaturdayThe for an extra point failed.In .
thn famous Claxton Fruit Cake mittee will welcome anyone as a Not One but
i that particular day clinic attendant -] annual Melrose Hallowe'enCarnival the final quarter the Tigers --.
I member. who would like to I
during the coming holiday season. contribute -
and general trouble-shooter will be held Saturday, scored twice. The first came when

= Stesill! start Nov. 1. Contactany I Mrs. Muir and her staff of 35 time or materials. A num- Oct. 31, at Melrose High School.It Langford broke loose to run 27

r 4* member of the Lions Club I ladies are serving a need that has ber of women who now help are 15 sponsored by the Melrose PTA I yards for a TD. In the final min- '

Dwyer qY sE1ewttrologt for yours or call Frank Harris.I existed in the Keystone school-as neither mothers of school age and all proceeds will go to them.It .'ues of the game a'pass covering BIG

4246. I well as others in the area for a I children, nor PTA members. They will 'start at 5 p- m. and will 43 yards from Langford to Faison

's' Chamber of Commerce long time. When a child becameill fimply get a feeling of satisfaction be over at about 9 p. m. gave Trenton its seventh touch-
I out of rendering a worthwhile service Among the attractions will bea down. Both attempts for extra
The data compiled by the In- he was either taken home or .
107 W. University Ave. 'du-trial Committee has been sent sent to a utility room or storage chicken: pilau dinner wet sponge points failed LATE

Gainesville; FR 2-8039 to Wallace Jones of the Florida nom that happened to have a cot Anyone who would like to serve throw the FFA String Band for- Officials: Referee Billy Gibson;

Development Commission. Mr. and a blanket or two. Every now one day a month is asked to call tune telling cake sales a costume Umpire Calvin Weeks; head linesman -

and then his teacher would look either Mrs. Thomas Elmore at parade: pony rides and the other Jimmy Geiger. .

KEYSTONE in on hIm, but with her 37 other 4290, Mrs. Charles McGlave at booths usually found at a carni- Friday night Melrose will play SHOWSOn %
DEPARTMENT
STORE I
val. Everyone in the surroundingareas Bll at Bell.
students as there wasn't much 4278. Mrs. Jack Reid at 4220 or

Men's Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes time to serve as nurse. I, Mrs. Muir at 4327. will be welcome. School NewsMelrose
Melrose To Have Voice Teacher
High has a new science
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY Jones is assisting this committeein i The Episcopal Church Womenof Voice lessons will soon be available readier. Her name is Mrs. Edward Halloween --- Sat. Oct. 31

setting up a "mailer" which St. Anne Church will meet to residents of Melrose and Bishop and she is from Tampa. ,

Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner will also be used as a data pagein Wednesday. Nov. 4, at 10 a- m., surrounding areas. Mrs. B. Ray She received her B. S. degree from

U- P the industrial brochure on for their regular monthly meeting. Stedham has announced that beginning the University of Tampa; her MS

which this group is still working. The Stewardship Campaign is Nov. 1, she will give voice from Ohio State University. She Brigitte Bardot

Scout :News going on now. Be generous. l lessons at her home. now lives in Gainesville. Her husband -
New Subdivision
Brownie Troop 229 celebrated Today, [Thursday] is moving' Mrs. Stedham studied at Wes- is retired from the Air Force.

%t Halloween at its meeting Monday.The dav for the Nearly New Shop. leyan Conservatory under Vladimir Pictures were taken Tuesday of| IN

JUST OPENED 01$ : girls played a Jack-O-Lan- They will be moving next door to o-rin and did professional workon all Melrose students by I>lmar

tern game drew a picture about the old Stuckey building. Many television and radio. She also

Hallowe'en night and learned some hands will be needed. Contact Mrs. did concert work both privately Studios. The picture-taking was "The Night Heaven Fell"
Staff
IN LAKE FRONT LOTS Gator Bone LakeNear sponsored by the Annual
now Scout songs. George Phelps to volunteer your and: with the Atlanta Symphony and the pictures, will be put in
Small World DepartmentWe Orchestra in Atlanta, Ga.
help.Copies I the annual. Cinemascope and Eastman Color
Keystone Heights
have said before it is a of the Church's Missionary Mrs. Stedham is the wife of

a GOOD SANDY BEACHESNice small world and mentioned some Magazine are available at the Rev. B. Ray Stedham, pastor of Students at Melrose had a day

Shade Large Lots instances to prove it. This one is I'back of the Church. the Eliam Baptist Church of Mel- of vacation last week when UK -- ALSO -.

$2,275 TO $2,575 really the clincher: Mrs. H- 1 St. William's Church roseThey have a small son. John. teachers had to go to Green Cove

20 PER CE?. 1' DOWN 5 YEARS TO PAY Ownbey has a brother Lt. L.I i Ed Coneen drove the Altar boyStc Woman's Club Springs for a teachers' meeting.

Charles Easton who is stationed I Orlando last Sunday to serve

S. E. MK Y -- REALTOR 1!in Germany. CoL Easton has his i iat, the Solemn Pontificial Mass Mrs. Mark Emmel of Gainesville COMMUMT1: CHURCH .
was guest speaker at the
family there with him. The chilIdren [I celebrated by His Grace Archbishop reg- KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr.
lar ak o
Keystone Heights Phones 3071 2051 4151 go to school there at the ,I Joseph P. Hurley at the meeting of the Woman'sCJub. Albert C. Holt, Minister

Melrose Phone Granite 5-2968 Amy Personnel School in Baben-i I She gave a report on the Mrs. J. L. Hetherington
passen-gers general Convention and showed
,
hausen, Germany. Gary Easton, I Organist and Choir Director
slides- A covered dish luncheonwas
a second grader has a teacher I I Allen. Lee Sutton. Jimmy Fox. David Sunday School .9:45: a.m. Morn-

from Keystone Heights you've I, Schaeffer and Herbie Nelson, served. ing Worship 11:00 a.m.

DOES YOUR MONEY guessed it-Ann Vance! From all The next meeting will be Nov. 4,

reports, we hear that Ann is hav- Jr.Choir practice is held every with Dr. Fayette W. Parvin assistant -
to 1 and to President J. W. Reitz of St. William's Catholic Chapel
ing a wonderful time "over there. Sunday from Noon p. m..
CHURCH NEWSCommunity every Wednesday evening, from the University of Florida who will Keystone Height
speak the Middle East. Sunday! Mass at 8:30: a. m.
on
? % ? Church 7:30 till 8:30.
A
The women of the Community i First Baptist Church Trenton Smashes Melrose 45-18 i I Holyday Mass at 7:00 a. m.
I Tuesday Mass .t 8:00 a. m.
Churchill meet Monday Nov 2, I Miss Bonnie Moore of the Foreign The undefeated Trenton Tigers ,
Confessions before aQ u---
at the Educational Building at | Mission Board spoke here last smashed! the Melrose Bulldogs 45-
I Baptisms, marriages and Instructions -
7:30: p. m. The World Community ( week in conjunction with the 18 at Melrose Thursday night.
by &ppointmaLBE
Day Project for this year will be prayer service which was well attended Though the Bulldogs lost the

Children and Baby Clothing for I Miss Moore also spoke in game they played one of their

Refuge Work. Donations for this Gainesville during the Associa- finest games of their season. SURETo .

prjject may be brought to the i itional G. A. emphasis under the Unable to gain much yardage!. a..oe..w ,.ewrr
t
meeting or to the parsonage. j iirection of Mrs- Gus Alderman.We after receiving the kickoff the read October Itsne of McCau

There will be a covered dish plan to form a Boys' Choir, :Bulldogs were forced to punt but Magazine, The Case for the

supper in honor of Dr. and Mrs. I ages 7 through 14. See Mr. Cope- recovered again when Trenton Chiropractors.** NO. 1 FEATURE with BRIGI1TE

I B. R. Weld on Nov. 6, in the Educational -* land to fill out a registration fumbled the punt but were unable -

r I building. Dr. and Mrs. I blank. The first rehearsal will be to score. Gaining possessionof It will tell you of the advance

ly r 4w I Weld are moving to Lakeland. held this Saturday at 10 a. m. the ball the Tigers moved downthe and accomplishments of this great

: I The sewing group will meet on A program for all the men of field to the Melrose 11 where science. Also why Medical Doctors STARTS AT 11:00: P.M.

No" 9 at 10 a. m. to hem blanketsfor the church is planned for Thursday Larry Langford ran it over for the in Germany practice Chiro

Civil Defense. Nov. 5, at 7 p. m. It will be first touchdown of the game. John practic.

St, Anne's Episcopal Church under the direction of Brother A. Prison ran the ball over for the Research TICKETS GO ON SALE AT 10:30

I T. Dasher Chairman of the En- extra point.In shows that Chiropractic

Clip its wings by opening a savings account I i largement Department. Judge the early minutes of the sec- other methods restores fafl.health after
: Harry McDonald of Gainesville Regular Admission
ond quarter Langford ran 57
with cash In the banlyou'll INSURANCEBaker will talk on
us. When you deposit t.ho g'.lestspeaker. yards for touchdown number two. To nave time and money _

":tow to Build a Stronger Sunday The attempt for the extra point see' your Chiropractor first. Student Tickets HonoredDON'T
find it easier to resist those impulsesto II Life School and Church Program." A failed Later Langford again broke CALL THE

prepared entirely by
spend heedlessly out of purse or pocket I Accident the fish men supper will be served. through the Bulldog defense and Dr. H. G. Bollinger
ran 50 yards to score. Late in the

Health Mrs. Fred Ellis presented the I second: quarter Langford threw a Chiropractic Offices MISS DON'TBRADFORD
*
HospitalizationIn program "Hong Kong-I give My- pass to Faison who ran 47 yards 428 N. Wahmt St.

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKA Reynold's Building self" to the Women's Missionary for the fourth Tiger touchdown.In Phone WO 4-2881 Starts
Union of the First Baptist Churchon
the final seconds of the first or
Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community 12 Nightengale Ave. Tuesday morning Oct. 20. She calf R. L. Johnson brought the 328 E. University

Keystone Heights, Fla. Keystone Heights was assisted by Mrs. J. R. Smith Melrose fans to their feet cheering Phone 6-3238 Oifneav'Wt

Member F.D.I.C. PHONE 2442 Mrs. A. A. Bamford Mrs. E. L. ahe ran 52 yards for the first 20 Yean

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EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGF APH. STARKE/FLORIDA TIII'RSIAY': OCT. %9. 1959;

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and on the National Organization .;omted with DuPont Co. in B'and were Sunday afternoon n -

.KEYSTONE 'called "The Fiends of Libraries." Br-"ard. N. C.. the Gardner's for- I BRQOKERily I( v-uests: of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow PINE LEVELMrs. II I Thafs Our Business

HIGHLIGHTS Tit meeting will begin at 10:30: T.PT home. ,Thomas. If It's Glass We Hare It!

'and will last through the after- AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA, I noon: It will be held at the Gainesville !e.Jr... and Miss Mary Lou weekend guest of Linda Sue Thom.'s. ,

(Continued from Page 7) I : Public Library. Gardner will fly to New York tomorrow : They were Friday night : rAAAAAAAAAAAAAAU&UAAAWe I
Co.
Glass
I Girls Have Party morning to attend the 1 Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Mott were quests of the Bil Genovar family |' had a large attendance at I iII Joe Peters
Brice and Mrs. Lemon Ward. A I On Saturday evening Oct. 24, ;, Ar Foret>-Anm- Football Game. Thursday overnight guests of Mr. in Gainesville and attended the ,
vocal solo was presented by Mrs. :Mary Ann Schaeffer and Barbara I, They will meet Cadet Rand Eddlei aria Mrs. Morris Ray Carlton of Gator GrowL Pine Level Baptist Church Sunday I .'ORNY GLASS NEED
morning with visitors. Our
William Waite. Plans were made "Ann Wheeler two 9th grade girls I i stein of West Point in New York. Fairbanks. Birthday Parties many. We Design Modern 1 Store Fronts!
pastor: ReW. E. Hall. broughtthe
by the group to send clothing to I with birthdays this month celebrated -, Cadet Eddlesetin is Mrs. Christ- Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Fowler and Mrs. Betty Gainey enjoyed a' We glad to have Just Mail Us A Pattern for
are
message.
Hong Kong. Mrs. A. E. Anthony : together with a nice party of'er's son. I ca'oy con of Starke were Saturday diner party with her family and Mrs. Hall with us again. i Table Tops
presided at the business meeting. in recreation hall of St. William's Mr. and Mrs. George Schaeffer afternoon the AlvIn Robertsons in the latcr's i,
of Mr. and Mrs. 2-4353
guests Air. and Mrs. W. D. Dubose and 1313 N.W. 4ib PL GainesTih Fla. Phone FR.
Plans were made to keep the Nur- I Church. The mctif was Hallowe'enand I and Mrs. Mary Smulski drove to G. W. Davis. home Saturday night in hon- Daughter Mayell of Jacksonvillevisited

sery open each month for the the girls had the refreshment I Orlando Sunday to attend the Mr- and Mrs. Eugene Crosby or of her birthday. Later she was

meeting so that mothers of small I liable beautifully dt'Coratedith Eurharistic Congress. They also j,, visited their daughter and family, :surprised: by a group of 12 adults Mrs. Dubose's parents Mr. ,
.md :Mrs. O. R. Alvarez and son
dii'dren can attend. Mrs. Gus ''crepe paper and cats witches. etc.: Called on Mrs. Schaeffer's brothp the R. C. Howards of Jacksonville, who made an appearance with -1
Daniel. Friday of last week.
Alderman closed the meeting with j There were black and orange and family. the Ed Shyrocks. one day last week. :?ifts. After a number of games MrsOwen W. McRae and sons COMPLETE TREE SERVICE

a prayer. paper streamers and a Jack-O- who live in Orlando and enroute Mrs_H. P. Gamey visiting her wtre played refreshments of ,Ri"ky and Mikey of Jacksonville i
!lantern which the girls had cut home they visited Mrs Schaeffer's birthday cake and punch were *
Library Notes sister; Mrs. Lillie Crosby for a few spent the weekend with her moth- :.. '* Pruning Cavity Work
:from pumpkin. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. served by the hostesses: Misses ,
a pa'ents. and Mrs. Edward C.
The ;:dais in Starke. ". Removal
Woman's Club Library now I er-in-law Mrs. H. M. McRae and Bracing Tree
Earl Cherry Mr. and Mrs. Carl t Shyrock who live Oklawaha. Mary Ann Gainey and Rosa Lee
at |I Y. .
has the 1959 Edition of "Invest Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Waters of with Mrs. J. W. McRae. Transplanting
Duncan, Mrs. Lewis Muir and Mrs. on Lake Weir. i I Dundee Robertson. 1 De-Mossinj: ;
ment Companies the standard visiting the G.W. Davis
Rev. and Mrs. Davidson of' ."
George Schaeffer were on handto Little Jane Green Has Party Free Inspection; and EstimatesSAPP'S
reference work on the subject. If family for a few days. I j i Webster attended the services of
keep things moving. Guests in- ..yy..y..yyyyy..yy... A of 12 little friends i
group
you would like to see a copy, ask! I i Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Barry and .Pne Level Church Wednesday and ,
I culded: Margaret Muir, David gathered:: at the home of Mr. and ;,
the Librarian any Monday. Wed- FLORAHOME dj'ighter of Gainesville were Sun- I w<'re overnight guests of Rev. and
I TREE SURGEONSPETE
I Schaeffer, Nancy Sutton, Reba Mrs. Wilson Green Saturday
nesday or Friday from 2 to 4 p. day guests of his parents Mr. and ,,Mrs. W. E. Hall.
m. I Hall Cheryl Cherry. Roberta Sib- i AND GRANDIN Mis Lloyd Barry. jUternoon to help their daughter'
Miss Patricia Alvarez of Jacksonville -
'l-y.1 Dianne Brckas. Carol Campb celebrate her 7th birthday. I
: jane SAI'P Owner
Mr. and11'5.: Lloyd Wood and ,
On Nov: a group of interested I was at home for the weekend -
U, Jimmy Fox.: Tommy Thompson ; By DaneAAAAIAAAAUAAAAAAAAAAAA |Uen Pie guests enjoyed games and
:people will drive to Gainesville to Rid- : Craig of Jacksonville were whistles i; with her parents. Mr. and. STARKE PHONE WO 4-3965(
Leola
Jones. fivers of and
Tommy candy lips '
Sunday guests rf Mr. and :Mrs. W.
!
i jauht, Viola Ridaught Herbie i 4i E. Bigham Jr. Later refreshments of cake and i :Mrs. A- R. Alvarez P. 0. Box 774 Phone EA 5.-887 Palatka, Fla.

GOT ASUMMER1C01D : Nelson Bill Lewis. George Leath. II I| T L. Drake' of Florahome and Miss Barbara Sue Davis and punch were served by Mrs. Green. '] Mr. and Mrs T. E. Gordon of. AGENTS -

:'Erc; Redfearn. Jimmy McMurtiy. hi4- daughter Mrs. Kay Tanner ( Terrell Green of the Universitycf June received many lovely gifts. :I C'ncinnati, Ohic announce the arrival Phone FR 6-2661 !Phone :\1.9 3617
Pob Jackson, Fred Hayes. Carolyn : of Grandm drove to Nashville. Ga. '!I II Florida Halloween Carnival !'[ of a son, Michael Eugen '
were home with theJrr'jE'ctl"t' Ocala Fla.
Gainesville. Fla.
Hayes. Tom Gardner Mike Lovmi. I to take Mr. Drake's father home I II |i Spooks and goblins will be out i i,Mr. and Mrs. Gordon were former ;
parents :Mr. and Mrs.
Alec Livingston Veasy Walker I j aiter: spending the week in Flora- W Davis Saturday Oct. 31 at Brooker i!residents: of Pine Level section Phone 1651 Lake City Fla.
.,0. and Mr. and Mrs-
I. ,
TAKE! :" Lane Jackson and Susan Davis Iiome. I Rr.y Green. last weekend.Mr. --hool starting with a parade beginning j I\an'l are remembered by their For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our Agent

r :\ and Mrs. Chester Weaver I IIr. ..I andIi's.. Emanuel Klein- : at the community center I''many friends. FLORIDA PEST CONTROL & CHEMICAL CO.
Personals i snr1 children of Florahome attend- at 4 p. m. and ending at the i j Birthday Celebration '
man'blted her mother Mrs. 221:! N. Temple Ave. Phone \\ 4-3965
6'66 S ATptO1R2f 1 Mr. and Mn Bob Nelson of :J I id church: services at Grandm last Miry herlnixvitk., of Miami dur- I school house where prizes will DP j II | Those who celeorated my 74th

Winter Haven were guests of Mr. Ii i i Sunday morning. + ins: the weekend to help her cele- awarded to the children with the !|, bithday annn'ersaryith me

RELIEF and Mrs Sam Gardner last week- :Mr. and Mrs. John McLeod alai brate her 83rd birthday. TuesdayI I most ;original, prettiest. and ugliest i Sunday at the home of my son-
ch.'dren;' of St Augustine. visited i COLD MONTHS AHEAD !
I I : Schertmei and her sister, .,costumes. in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ,
Mr. and "MrsMcLeod's brother- i Mrs A. Scherlmenck, returned The PT Ain serve a chicken I!T. N. Norman were Mr. and Mrs.F I
i in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. i dinner with all the trimmings at L. Connor. Mrs. W. W.
Sikes.
Home with the! Klemmans for a -
All Types of Pest Control Work : Ma'-shal Strickland in Florahome >jfew days visiting. ";5c: adults and 35c for children. 'I.I Mrs. W. R. Wood, Mrs. O. W. Mc- .

i Sunday. I j Mrs. Faye Johnson and children Serving time begins at 5:30: p. m. Rae and children and Mr. and FUEL OIL

I Mr. and Mrs. Mario Oladell and j jrhrldren i lof Waldo were Friday night guests There will be a country store. 1'Airs B. E- Eggers all of Jacksonville \11i

TERMITE CONTROL PEST AND RODENT of Augustine visited I!'of Mr. and Mrs. Ed S- Polk. fih pond dart game, hot doe : Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McRa

Household andCommercial :I :Mrs. Paul Hubner in Florahome Mr. stand milk bottle j! and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Mc- I .
and Mrs. C. J. Tetstone and game pony son '!.!:
CONTROL j|re'ently.I I children and Mr. and Mrs. Ed 6. r noes and cake walk for entertain-'''Rne.: Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae. :;11 f.i\\ \ :
I Mrs. Paul Hubner of Florahonv? WE; ARE AS CLOSE AS YOUR
o P"lk and sons visited Mr. and Mrs. ment. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick and
.--. Free Inspections and Estimates .--- i attended Mission Study Institute <
]l Frnk Polk and Mr. and Mrs. Tom The climax for the afternoon --hi.dren, Mrs. Sue Myrick Mrs.

'I fir the WMU at the First Baptist 'Parrish Sunday in Trenton. ;,activities will be the drawing of Io j i :Margie Underhill Mr. and Mrs. j For Service
Satisfaction Fully (;Guarantee on All Services Church in Palatka on Thursday': of Quick
?.Tr. and MrsGerald Roberts tit'kets on the following items: re- !Eldon Sapp and family. Mr. and

: tau week. j icf Starke were Monday night din- ':'f 'id player. electric percolator. I II ,tMrs." Verne Thornton and chil- ,

Visit Our Garden Supply Store & Pet Shop I 0 Mrs. Susie Gornto and Mrs.J.Tkie mr guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed I electric blanket. jewelry and a ,:dr.'n, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crosby
Weeks and children of
: P"'Ik. j 11112 pound fruit cake. The publici aid family. all of Starke: Mr. and I

Grandm went to WorthingtonI :Mr and :Mrs. "E. W. Hodges and i invited to come out and join ,M.fc. Robert Taylor and children

I S:rim s to see Mr. Week's grand- l I-hildren of Americus Ga. were I!i in this gay affair. cf Raiford, and Gerald Norman. I Ii DIAL

J. ]mother who is very ill. 'I weekend guests of his parents Air.nd Revival at Dedan Baptist Church i i We enjoyed the day together with I
0
I Homer Sikes of Grandin went ; Mrs. E. W. Hodges i a good dinner and I received many
Sri I I
-YJH ,<< | to Johnson last Friday to see his :,Ir. and Mrs. George Lambert Rev Lacy Conway of Starke will beautiful presents WO 4-4641

224 N. | brother. i JanJ children of Orlando visited ; I I rEl
The WMU of Paran Church met j fnends Saturday in Brooker.Mr. be-[ : i I EVERGREEN I II

Temple Ave. P4 e Monday night at the church for and Mrs.\ TB.. Edwards, Dedan Church. The meeting will BAPTIST CHURCH
.. the missionary program about our I Mr. | Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- !
j and Mrs. Zedra Hamilton and
PHONEWO ji.n for a week and the public is F REGISTER & SON
I Baptist work in Hong Kong China. Mrs. Eva Harrell spent the week- ,mg 11 a. m. Training Union tJ:30 I
\ \ invited to make this the greatest 1,
Members
4-396r: ANDCH.EMICAL brought articles they end with friends and relatives in p. m. Preaching 7:3C p. m. Prayer
had from China. for display. A- i 1lmetto.j meeting yet for the Lord's work. Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. _

Ib CO. i mong the articles were a pair of fj j j Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emory and Feng: services begin at 7:30: p. m. : Wednesday Bible study 7-30 I GULF 011. PRODUCTSNOTICE

Neil Malphurs :( Child's pajamas, table cloth fan.; : r)n. Mike of Satsuma visited his Pa-
}I chopsticks and little basket "of
a
I 1[ parents in Alachua and Mr. and
Manager II Chinese Tea. I:\l1s. M. D- Harrell during ths ___ .0 ._ !i'.< __ __ __ ._
j i :Mrs Ella Belisario and Mrs. 'w kend.I .

I I K\ Tanner and Alan of Grandin I Mr. and Mrs.: Lowell Douglas of

were business visitors in Keystone :, Jacksonville and Mrs. J. K. Doug

SPECIAL I -OFFER I Heights; on Friday. (Ja-; are vjsitin;,..the Pete Douglas:'
Mrs. Vera
Herring returned fromI
(family in7Columbia, S. C. for a
I tne hospital on Saturday and Mr. j few days.

We are now giving: our I and Mrs. Lamar Clough and :Mrs.: I j Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and ,

WM.A. ROGERS ,r business cards to our ,!'i iEma Smith came to see their : children visited Mr. and Mrs. J. !
mother over the weekend. .
SILVER OVERLAID customers. These business T. Taylor and family in Palatka !
y '
J Mrs- Maria Huston andIrs.. for the weekend.
br cards are good I!Jackie Weeks and Janice and I : Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Markey
ONEIDA LTD.
SILVERSMITHS for i Jerry went to Palatka on Friday. i were the Sunday afternoon guests

a" I I Mr and Mrs. L- W. Moody and !of Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Markey in
m .a Wm. A. Rogers :caughter Vera: of Green Cove I Lake Butler-

ri kk sn.i A SILVER OVERLAID |Springs spent the weekend inGrandin. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Genovar ofi

Drrnln r.lr I I i Gainesville: were Saturday overnight -
Made and Guaranteed; :Mrs. Robert Yount and Mrs.
A : guests of Mrs. Groover The Store
.= by Oneida, Ltd. II Irvin Crumbauph of Frankfort. Ky.I T"omas. Sunday afternoon Mr. Long Bridge Package

r.atir I All jou do i..ave our business "iJitrolrs.. Mareie Stuart in :.nd Mrs. Wilbur Thomas also of
I Gnndin: last week.
Gr.inesnlle'isited Thomas.
Mrs.
'i" ranl.
o' given with pur- I
Mrs. Bishop Thomas and childien -
.tor+ 1..y.. .....YYYY.9I were Sunday guests of her

o.rpal.. /j q W for l eautifulVM.: .\'. | pa rents. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewisof IS NOT OPEN ON SUNDAYAND

ROGERS SILVERXVAHK.: I CLAY HILL Starke.

your choice of t\\<> exquisitedesigns. Miss Rebecca Thomas of Jack-
l>j Mr.. f. 1. ntrirklanrtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
i Start jour set today -onville was home with her par-
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"JJts.11" and Mrs Bob Thomas

REMEMBER: : TO ASK CARDS FOR ROGERS! SILVERWARE j South Ruth Carolina Corbert returned Friday home after to WILL NOT BE ABLE TO SERVE


I'spending a week with her daughter 9 Cr

Mrs Bobbj: Padgett, and family -
FAULKNER'S GULF SERVICE pe YOU ON SUNDAY

i Faye England and some of her

263 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. i children have been sick this week e
I
:with severe colds. .
\Ve were sorry to learn that -

I I R_v George Chism, pastor of the ::- ....., f '

With bright new beauty I H's-'hland Baptist Church entereda ,
NEW outside and famous Dear- I .lospital Monday for observation Q.A, d .
born engineering inside, j I ant treatment He asked for the

L this new Regency puts Dear- : Mayers of all.
born even further ahead I t' We learned Sunday that Mrs. 1J Z

among gas area heaters. Pun-is Brown is still in the hos- : OPEN MONDAY THRU THURSDAY 8 At10 P.M.
r
i p.'al.; She has improved some. and f\' l / ,

i aNc asks your prayers. i
NEW Trend-Setting Degru MEW Exclusive Control I Well. Ole Man Winter has YOU AND YOU

I; Years ahead! Styled! by Center. Complete comfort ea'isht us again. We knew we felt PAtENTS CONTINUE DO PAYING NOT TOP HAVE AUTO TO FRIDAY & SATURDAY 8A.M.-11:30: P.M.
control
at your fingertip. Seta i'oM and on :Monday when we

leading industrial designer it...forget it. eked at the thermometer and INSURANCE YOtm UMfg RATES 35 .BECAUSE

:aw, 42 degress we knew we had s. 'II -
If! yoyre really AS GOOD AS
NEW Powerful I i.;ht to feel cold. It was cold Sunday YOU THINK TOU ARE (and we
Thermo Thrust that it froze some folks away know you can be) you COB DRIVE!
I OLD. FRIENDS AND NEW FRIENDS WELCOME
lower tales
Tour woy to
Blower. Thrusts the from Sunday SchooL Anyway Ton con stood on your own f_l
warm air far out Grace: Lang told us that there ( *!...b.insured,and keep insured oa
into the room... at nrre: seven less in Sunday School jour own ability and dn floor level.Moves Let me show you how TOO ton
this week than last week. Attend- '
x benefit wJb o new onto m nroncepiogram.
up to twice the air N ance at Highland! dropped from called NASP whch a

Volume. 1 SO to 49. We hope eWI1'onei11 lair to including all JegaUY-liceased YOUNG ADULTS driTV Long Bridge Package Store Has A

:>? be thawed out before next Sunday j AND lanuhet with young adult! I
NEW Decorator I Heat will be on at Highland I Base. Beauty from I Church next Sunday if is still cold. 1 CoCharley. in or tall me today. Good Reputation and Will// Keep

the floor vp. Practical illnea'

too easy : : ; .
I E. Johns Same by Observing All Florida
I to clean under. '
\ "ate sa;=::e Sunday morning and Jim''btrickland
i -W substituted for him in

I NEW Coppertone Finish. lighter..' '''''''>''_\. I the evening, also with an excell- j Beverage Laws.

gayer-in keeping with the trend away tnt message. i AgencyPhone
from dark bulky furniture. I There were 37 present at Train- j

j ins Union Sunday. It was the first :, AVO 4-0121
: ra'pting on our own. All Unions

THE NEwHeiirijLprnl( REGENCYGAS *;e organized and we are now Starke, Fla. LOCATED 11 MILES FROM STARKE ON HIGHWAY 100

GAS HEATERS L J |ready to go to work. It seems to phon.I .
I'' be an interested group who are ENROUTE TO LAKE BUTLER

ready to work. Even our little ao 0y
I Primary and Beginner Union are

SLADE GAS COMPANYPhone 'i'ar I >ious to get some work done. I Owned and Operated by Frank LaffanPAGE

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I : Philip Vicari celebratedher Mrs. Henry Osteen.
=und y -Church School 9:45: LONG BRIDGE I II We proud of our local linnets
KE1LBRONN GRAHAM{ I IIr. 63rd birthday anniversary are -
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Worship. a. mseimon.
a. m. Morning
; j' AND NEW RIVER Saturday. Oct. 24, witn a few of at Bradford County Fair
"A Story in the Sand": I
her friends enjoying the evening They were Richard Cain who won
CHURCH1NEWS Youth Fellowship. 6 p- m.: Even- j Mrs. It. F. Merritt&ALLLILLALALAALaLALLAii4 By MM. Harvey SfeCarthy ) .. John MrtUniiry with her. Her guests were Mrs. reserve champion on chickens.

i iii Worship. 7:30: p. m sermon. ....................... AAAAA4 .AAA ALLLALAAALI Jorge Valldejuli and five children Elmer Hunter a blue on bantams.
Tithe Go to the
"Must the Whole j !
I. of Keystoi '. Heights. Mrs. Frank a red on guinea pigs, and a whiteon
visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Church" ; A Halloween Party at Moody's Howdy Folks well the County Sunday
: '' lkaee: I daughter and threeh I chickens; and Eddy Starlingwho
I Wednesday: Mid-Week Prayer' Trailer Park will be held for the Fair and the big: homecoming act- John McKinney were Mr. and
I' -. jf Jacksonville. Mr. and won a blue on corn and a
I All ilrs. Felton Graves and Mrs. Florence -
Sen-ice. 7:30 p. m. Children Saturday night. 1'es in Gainesville: have come
The TabernacleWeekend St. Mark's Episcopal Mrs. Mart'n'! and two white on hogs.
Rodrequiz
At
I II and of Lutz. Mr.
I Thursday: Ccmmunicants Class children: of the community are invited ana gone. Now we await small Cooper sons
I R.. MarBlate 3:30 p. m.Friday I and the adults are asked to chudren dressed mysteriously and Mrs. J. D. McKinney and children and mother. Mr. and Mrs.
services at Gospel RAT. Rarpwnd Practice' 8 m. : children of Dundee, Mr. and Mrs. James Griffis and three children, CHURCH OF GOD
Choir tomorrow
Sen'ices9:45 : p. help makt t a big: success.Mr. knocking on cur doors
Sunday a.m.. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn
Tabernacle included a contest and Mrs. Tom Lefevers and sev-
Church School 11:00 a.m. Morn-.. and Mrs. vertce Hull of evening saying "Trick or Treat. V. L. McKinney: and children of
; .ukm ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday
based on the Bible in which the CHURCH OF CHRIST The Hallowe'en Carnival will beht'd Gainesville, Mrs. Lynelt Englishof en children. Refreshments of
sing Prayer and Sermon. I High Springs were Sunday dinner Evening Sen-ice. 7:45 p. m. YPB
Youth won out over the S.UTSSenicos cake and ice cream were served
group LATTER DAY
from Gainesville and Mr. anal Mis.
grounds
Holy Communion! --First Sunday i guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis at the school I Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. m
older contestants. The contests 11:00 am.; Third Sunday. ,I each Sanaa in old Black. 1 I 2 p. m- to 7 p. m. with plenty of Guss Wynn of Starke. the uests. Prayer Meeting Friday 7:45 m.
i p.
war: continue each Saturday.Rev. Mrs. Lee Uyal entered a Jacksonville -
I ho-nemade candies etc. on left
'?:30 a.m. Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun cakes Horace McKinney Sundayfor
Fied conducted the :Mrs. Betty N'cttlcs was at home I ,
Dodd hospital Monday for a
Wednesday:UU p.m.. Choir School 1" a. m. Sacrametr \ sale together with other refresh- Lutz where he will work. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
meaning and evening services last Practice; 7:45: p.m., Litany and I'l Service lay 6:30 p. m. Everyone wet last vvcclteii iiid visited with theneizhbors. ments and noise makers andoojths toot operation. Her many friends'I I CHURCH
Sunday. Special music at the her return to'.
wish a speedy ;
Bible Study. for fun for everyone. '
-ome Union. 6:30: p- m.: Evening Wor- Sunday School. It a. m.: Mom-
evening service included numbeison 1 i Many: members of this community Very glad to report that -rHaroM ., health j I'I
ship. 7:30 p. m.and Prayer meet- ing Worship, 11 a. m.: Evangelistic
organ piano and harpaphone. MADISON STREET BAPTIST ; enjoyed the County Fair, especially Norman is home froir -t. Mrs. John went to
Rev. Surrency .
I HAMPTON CHRISTIAN ir:?, Wednesday: at 7:15 p. m. i services. 7:30 T> m.
EPISCOPAL ,I CHURCH I CHURCH the i-hildren. The Mail Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville Grille Brookins pastor. Plant City last weekend to visit'I Wednesday Prayer Meeting
TRINITY I I 900 Block W. Madison St. children:the Shiver boys and the after a period of illness and

- CHURCH MELROSE 1 Sunday School 9:45 Joe Wood, I Sunday Bible Scnoct, 10 a. Lavender boys went. was!! able to be at church Sunday. I I
: m.; Morning; Worship, il a. m.;
Rev M. H. Breyfogle, Vicar ,,S jpcrintcndentMoining Junior Gibbson is having an attractive Regret to- advise- that Mrs. Wal-
Evening service 7 m., and Prayer
Sunday-10 a. m.. Sundav 11:00. p. re-entered St.
Worship. : home built in our section. la'-e Solano has
School: 11:15 a. m., Morniag' Training Union 6:15, Jim Har- I meetn every Tuesday at 7:30 Vicent's Hospital. Mrs. Mamie

Prayer and Sermon [Holy Com- ocn. Director. II'. m. John White, pastor. niversary Wesley was Moody's celebrated birthday with an a Clr.rk; is also ill in a Jacksonville ( I'J ;;

munion each first Sundayl 1; 7:30p. I i Evening Worship 7:30.: hospital and Mrs. Harley is ill in
JHCkCH OF CHRIST skating party at Gainesville. Mr.
m. Young People meet. 1 Wednesday: Prayer Meeting Bradford County Hospital. .
C. L. Ovwturf Jr., MinUter and Mrs. Seeber Moody and James
Holy Days-10 a. m. Holy Com- 7:30- II '. Rev. Otis T: Jones pastor of -
Sunday unuay School li < Lee of Wildwood drove the group .
munion. J. H. Mabry Jr., Pastor. H"ilbronn Church and its members TW
I i a. m., morning service, 11 a. m 'to the rink. ( Didn't1 P
. wish to thank all of our visitors i
s\, evening service, 6::;0 p. m. Lewis Black of Moody's Trailei for their attendance during: i

LOCAL MANAGER FOR I,I Park was honored on his birthday our services and hope they will ':t '

I 1! NEW K11FRj anniversary with a supper visit often. A. '
party. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Don't forget the ElementaryPTA \
I| BAPTIST CHURCH '
Albert Moody and Mr. and ::Mrs meeting to be held in the .
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Warship
Jim Walter Corp."World's M. L. Johns Jr. After supper the kmentary cafeteria next Tuesday i ; .
Hour. 11 a. m. Evening Sen R1'i.
iron went to a football 3. ".
1 ..*, "4 p. m. Prayer Meeting eac game. evening Nov. .
Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.LAWTEY Miss Mary Frances Dekle ol :Mrs. Annie Kelly's weekend : ,! 't>'- '" ;

Jacksonville spent the week will: gusts were :her son and dau:h- .... .... ,t. ./11<
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Largest Home BuUders"WILL ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Gene L. < ",,' '.&"
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CHURCH OF CHRIST Mr. and Mrs. }I. L. Johns Jr. and ,v ; .tw". ,:t' _
(presently meeting; In City Hall family. Kelly and daushters of Bartow. -' ". '

I I Sunday-Bible study, 10 a. m :Miss Judy Morgan daughter of
Richard Jones of Macclenny accompanied -
BE IN' STARKE worship11 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morgan, ac-
,,' Bib) corapanied Mrs. Ann Parker and
E'eningYoung peopl !
Merrill to the parade and Gatoi
f study 7; preaching, 7:30. several classmates to Gainesville
EACH THURSDAYSTARKE Growl last l Friday.Mr. .
j Wednesday-Bible study, 7:3: ( Friday afternoon for the big
p. m. and Mrs. M. C. Raulersor.1'homecoming p rade. On Sunday. '
AT < Radio ramStatim n; Jacksonville were guests of* ]Miss Morgan was the guest of Miss 'T"

j f .RGR. Mrudav, 6:30: a. m. :Mrs.: Mamie Gibbson and Mrs.i Sylvia Morris and attended' the

HARDWARE CO. '.1 i I Emily Moody last weekend. I Alvarez reunion in Ocala. I

HAMPTON BAPTIST CHURCH. Albert Moody and children went. Weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. : a.

12:30 P.M. TO &:00 P.M. Welcome to First Baptist horse back riding Sunday after.' R. LI I IBilll I Reddish was their

Church Hampton.SundaySunday. i l1eice, Miss Sandra Carmichael I
I
I noon.Mr. ,of Jacksonville. i
School, 10 a. and Mrs. Joe Fales and
For Appointments Call i m.: Morning Worship, 11 a. m.; family of Palatka joined Mr. ancMrs. ,' Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. Folks who pay each bill by check knot:,
Training Union 7 p. m.; Evening I and Mrs. E. C. I Ernie 1 Johns I
Harold Shiver and Mrs
JACKSONVILLE 7-1141 Collector Worship. 8 p. m. :I jwere their son and daughter-in- ..
Pearl Lavender to see the U of f
Wednesday-Prayer meeting, 8 ,! law Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Johns I.I I. WHERE THE MONEY WENT-the record hon
and Gatoi
STARKE WO 4-5311 p. m. homecoming parade a".d family of Jacksonville.I I
Growl Friday night.James I their checkbook stub
i Pastor Rev. W. P. McElroy. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Lee'sgunsts I IL ;

"If It's A Quality Home .' Lee of Wildwood was a L I : over the weekend were Mr. 1'
St. Edward's Catholic Church weekend guest of Wesley Moody. Lees cousin and wife, Mr. and Mrs. WHETHER THEY GOT RECEIPT- theirs
It's A Jim 'Walter Home"OTHER Starke, Florida James Lavender is enlarging hi:!I Grady Varnes of Jacksonville. I It

I! Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. house, adding on to the back. I'' t Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and automatically (the cancelled check, returned when

OFFICES: f Holyday Masses at 8:30: a. m. & will be attractive when finished. I d?:ti'!hters, Joyce and Judy visited I Ii
it has been
OCALA GAINESVILLE PALATKA 5:30: p. m.Weekday. Mrs. Ida Moody has had a deer i JMr. Morgan's brother, Mr. and paid).
'! '! Mrs. s. T. Morgan and family of
Mass at 8:00 a. m. visiting her yard frequently. Be
I Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 he won't be there in hunting sea'1 Wellborn, Sunday. They visited in I Family budgeting is easier with a checking account'Open
of
[10. m. Jacksonville Monday evening I

f Baptisms marriages and Ini son. this week. I one with us, and see! ,
i i structions by appointment. Wesley Moody has a trophj)r Harvey, our sons Richard and I
CHECK OUR COMPETITOR'SPRICE ,worth seeing.' It is a rug made W'tyne, and our guests. Clyde
I
FIRST CHRISTIAN" CHURCH skin ofa'Wacfc bear h<.
tram the I Bradley and his son. Dale and I'' '
j Cor. Call and Christian] killed on a hunting trip in th< j!virited in Fernandina Beach Sat-I
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-- THEN SHOP ATWAYNE'S Minister: Bob L. Badgett Ocala National Forest. urcay with Harvey's mother, Mrs. FLORIDA

Sunday-Sunday School 9:45: I I We understand that Meadow;,!Leona McCarthy and his two sisters '

I i am.; Worship, 10:45; Youth Ser- Andrews is again working in De.' and families, Mr. and Mrs. i iI KAT STARKECMS ,
I jVices. Junion Chi Rho I up to 111] ji/I D. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. .

CASHSUPERETTE 15, p.m., Chi Rho 111 to 131 6 pjn.,. land.Mr.. and Mrs. W. H. Andrew I John Stillwell. During the day the CF 21 IANKS.. Of THE FiOR'B' ***TIOL"' &HOUP' 'MEVIER FEDERAL CEPO&.T INSURANCE
I C Y.F [14 up] 6 p.m.; Choir I r''men: enjoyed shrimping.
Saturda
I lactire, 6:45.WednesqayJunior: of Jacksonville were | Mr. and Mrs. Curtiss Colding .
Nar
afternoon guests of Mrs I
Choir prac- of Plant City, Mrs. Bertyce Sullivan
I! t ttce: j p.m- Merritt. I' and Mrs. Phillip Sullivan Jr.,

I II I nr>d baby visited recently with Mr. 1F
and Mrs. D. R. Redding-
Well, guess thats about all for ( (0"4

AND SAVE REVIVALFIRST th's time. May the Good Lord .
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WE GIVE FAMILY STAMPS I GRIFFIS LOOPBy j ..- t .x i. .

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".cn 7 DAYS A WEEK Until Verblc Harrcll r r 1i .

BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE I I&A&A&A&A AA .\ -'AAAAAI I. .

Visiting::; Mr. and Mrs. Jeff

OPEN Q.AA: PM OPEN FLA. t'Smith this week were their son- I ;

7:00)1.. 7.VV 7:00: A.M.: m-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. fr ..
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SUNDAY, NOV. 15 THRU[ I I Waldon their Bartlett son A. M.of Smith.Jacksonvilleand Other 4\\\ ?? f (,... .

BONELESS CUBE OR :1 relatives who attended Sunday ordination -J

ROUND STEAK '"> 69C SUNDAY, NOV. '22LARRY Boatdrain of Mr.'Baptist Smith Church as deaconof were 1 J

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""" proof, Harold Smith of Melbourne
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f ", :I i Royce Godwin and Kenny of
PAN SAUSAGE '
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lb 49C I Frostproof Lois Harden and Mr. '' .
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r i and Mrs. Sam Davis, and Mr. and <;0 ,', .:
I :Mrs. Johnnie Barrett of Jackson I, >1 .j
I.EAFIUST CUT I ville.: : .>... ,

lb I Mrs. Cecil Rowe visited Mrs. Or- "
PORK CHOPS 49C .,f :
I iDe Brooking of Hampton this : ,' '
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i -. ,week I .;;;
".. Mr. and Mrs. Don Curtis of i! -
BONELESS I Souih: Carolina are visiting Mrs. ;

BEEF ROAST lb 69C j Curtis parents. Mr.and Mrs. Pete '

i I Griffis and will leave for Cali. ; A MODIRN HOME NEEDS
I fornia soon to make their home. I I II ,

> Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brookins of '
SUPERIOROLEO A SECOND TV SET
a. i..s I
i Beauford. S. C. are presently visiting ? I .
In Quarters lb I7c I'" j I his parents. Rev. and Mrs. Or- :
t I jvlle Brookins- I II FOR ALL-FAMILY PLEASURE IN DOUBLE MEASURE

t I Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges and

"'ACYLlFOH I.\ children of Americus. Ga. visited i ii Fall will-usher in a great, wide wonderful whirl of TV and radio

lb' i her parents Rev. and Mrs. Orville entertainment. But individual tastes differ and what's "snazzy"for

TOMATOES 17C c I Brookins of Hampton during the : one can be snoozy for another.
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weekend.. Boatdrain i No problems, however, when you get a second TV, set for your ,
Special singers at
home for individual viewing. Then nobody is let down. And nevera
do Baptist Church Sunday were the ; '
SUNKIST LEMONS 35 Gospel Tones Raymond Moody I II ; disagreement as to what program to turn on.

I Leonard Moody, Elbert Hersey and The new portable models and color TV sets are fabulous. Modern

TAYLOROF Pofey.Hersey.ir styling and colors, handsome cabinets, remote control and high

GREEN CABBAGE lb 8C and Mrs. Thomas OB'rian fidelity. Values are unlita! any before. Easy terms, too. It's more

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS End children and Mr. and Mrs. fun than money! '
Sill Harrell visited Rev. and Mrs.

FLOUR 25 lb. print bag $1.98 I,Orville Brookins, Wednesday.

One of America's Foremost Rev. B. W. Sweat of Jacksonville j jI:.

.4A. .11 preached the Sunday night sermon -I.jj.I

RICE 2 1-2 cello, bag Long Grain 39 at Boatdrain Baptist Church. I j See the NEW HI-FI .A RADIO in every 7
EvangelistsFRANK .
Young I There will" be a weekend revival recordIwnhadapttoStereo.player. rooaitopsupyoveojoymtat..and
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I at Boatdrain Baptist Church Nov. I 'a Music b not merely keeps you ia-the-
(;A. RED EIFERT Orlando, Fla. 120. 21, and 22 with Rev. B. W. r reproduced, but crtuaHy boy.a ne.

Tall c'" 10CPERFECTION' (I Sweat preaching the first two. recreated with ; H nigfct and day.
TOMATOES SONG LEADER (I days and Rev. Marvin Stedham brilliance,darky and if* 1 -
.', the last day. The Gospel Tones high fideLit)'. rV* *HJfltNFrom

wi'l sing. Everyone welcome.. : f Qlrrf"": ---

of R EVERYONE WELCOME 'Boatdrain Baptist Church: : THM itfju. JOT of I/VMS rov NEED AU a_.itapp. ran.AND nr
carton
89C Moraing -
BEER Sunday School 10 a. m.; .

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DAY, OCT. 29 1959 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA P' 'I.t\'t"i:
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..yy..w trw: home of Mrs. H C. Wainwright I Harley. and Mr. and Mrs. AQ, I nie Padgett. to Baptist Hospital in Jackson nel 12 Tuesday morning in Jack- .. ut ix 01 the KMat ." H"TuOIn R' .. ., ,
I Tuesday evening. Mrs. Mae Wells Smith were those attending that Miss Verdin ville. >I1TICKIn I. ii-t i> r.>M among We
regret We surely do wish Earl'a sonville. We are very proud of .'. .
Thr "
C'oualr Judt: Court "! "n. : -
LAWTEYtty \ 11 led the devotional and presenteda Gator Growl in Gainesvilleon Harris has been ill for the past speedy recovery.Mr. ,Eugene;; and Marvin. They have .t.d .'.r Bradford (oantjr. .,..rida. dint ft- .'....8 Hj It
I very interesting program inAlvch Friday evening. few days and is under the doctor'scae. and Mrs. Willie Godwin and rust returned from the NationalF. In lies K.tatr of llrrmaa \\ lietSrr jl j for :m-il "'""-''04 *' j- '.\ ; i : \ ;
the members .-... Ikrea.rd. I the will of II("r'.411 \\ ,e n,, nt. Airs. Joyce T.1'utCC' took part. Mrs. S. D. Andrews and childrencf Mn visited with relatives. here F. A. convention in Kansas \. Of FiliHc: Prtitloa For FinallOIenirnt. I ('t'a: .
'dr. and Mrs. Joseph Starling Wildwood were weekend guests Miss Eleanor Johnson of Jacksonville > ever the weekend. .- City, Mo. Mrs. W. J. Bell and Mr. I detrad.. thai I have filed j .Moher 1. US!.
AAAAAAAAAAAAA AAA.A*A**A** visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Starlingin of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore. = my |ntiti..n for distribution and fur :| I>ori Carlton
I I visited Sunday with Misses Little 'Miss Helen Cannon has ard Mrs. R. E. Jones accompanied final dijM-haru and that on XoxemISiO Exrrotrix
Hallowe'en Carnival Will Macclenny Sunday afternoon. Mrs. H. C. Edwards of Jacksonville I Shirley Higginbotham and Mary bcpn seriously ill with a cold and them on the trip. t... ?. : i will apply to the Hon- ;! Ins ft 19':!!'

Be' Held Saturday Night \j Mrs. Paul Smith and family arrived Saturday for a visit KUgore. confined to her home here. I

A Hallowe'en Carnival will be ]| were called to Huntington W. Va. 't tI [ with Mr. and Mrs. Cedric Rosier The Maxville School Carnival I 1" Little David and Rhonda Par- tUU'LL. LObE U.e new e.Mr I STRAWBERRY MULCHING FILM I

sponsored; by the PTA Saturday I! on account of the illness and and children. | was held on Wednesday night rah! are ill with colds and undera amok pans-size contain pens In

night beginning at 5:30: with a 'I id"ith of Mrs. Smith's aunt. : Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hagan and I Oct. 28 and I'm sure was a big Doctor's care. I tHI-"td anulea, cnly )3.c3 alrorrl nnodI 1.5 mils .3: ft. :x 1000 ft. $13.96 per roll Cash with order

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Estes and family of Jacksonville Sun- didnt : 1.5 mils t ft. x 1000 ft. $18.62 roll Cash with order
fish! fry. Price of the supper is 75 i! spent ;i success Sorry I know to Miss Patty Parrish spent from I Cnunt: r.tt('":\ plIII.rhartir per

cents. Booths offering novelties, Miss Dorothy Swanbom were the day with Mr. and Mrs. Charles- 'mention this last week. .Thursday through Saturday in Ask for prices_ of other thicknesses and sizes

cake tee hot dogs and :weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sapp. The Baldwin School Hallowe'en I SUrka as the guest of Miss Car- ,: Of t.rrutrh
cream pie j POLY FILM Inc. Box River
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R. F. '' '' ..,-ti> is ht"rt"gh't"n that I Ij CO- Crystal Fla.
Estes in Kingsport, Tenn. Mr. tnd Mrs. Johnny Anderson Carnival will be held ,
drinks! will be available.A ,, on Friday cbn Chilson and while there attended j ba\t" filed my final returns a!> *-
costume parade for the chil- The Bill Dixon family of Pa- and daughter of Jacksonville night, Oct. 30. Everyone is invitedto the football j ime between .. .

dren and a family fish fry will beth latka spent the weekend with his brought Mrs. Nancy Keene horns: come out and have a good time.J. ; the Starke and Palatka "B" teams. : ;" :; 't :::: ::.:.: .:.:" .:.::': ::_ _: :: ;.-::..". :.: ":: :'::... _-.:: : ...: :. :' -:... : :.:..._ ..:._:-- ':

of the evening. parents, Mr. and"Mrs.. Riley Dix- on Saturday.: D. Padgett attended the fairi Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Sumner
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Mrs. Mattie Carter and family on. I I'I Mrs. L. H. Hill and Miss Enza i in Starke last Friday night. and Mrs. Ronnie Dixon and son. +! Three-Day ELUHOR VILLAGE

of Jacksonville were weekend Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Thomas and Blanchard were in St. Augustine I I[ Mr. and Mrs. Harry Padgett Clif: will move into the C. B. Nolan GOLFIKS' Weekend at

guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Alan Cart- daughter visited Mrs. Sallie Green :, Sunday for a visit with Mr. and': wpre visitors in Starke last Satur- home at MaxviIle this week i I RI
in Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. MIF. Hallie Jones and family.I day. IN DAYTONA BEACH

er.Mr.: and Mrs. J. C. Tye and Milton Clark in Macclenny on I' and Mrs. Richard Bennett !,, Several from Maxville attended end.Mr.. and Mrs. R. T- Pringle of = D n1Yv

family were weekend guests of Mr. Sunday.Mr. and son of Daytona Beach were the football in Baldwin last Fri- : Jacksonville were guests of Mr.

and Mrs. F. L. Roberts of Jack- and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and weekend' guests of Mrs. Hattie I day night and were glad to see and Mrs. W. J. Bell and family I

sonville. Pam and Johnny Tye attended daughter: were Sunday guests of Harley: and the Buster Bennetts. !I their team win with a score of 7 last Wednesdav- : FOR 4

a party for Terry Roberts Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Worth and ,' Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford and I, to 0 over St. Joseph's Academy. Mrs. Irene Bell and daughter, 176 of 6JO veils

Saturday afternoon. fanily in Jacksonville and attended sin and Mrs. Hester Hicks visited I On Saturday night of this week, Marie, and some friends attended _

Miss Debbie Phillips of Palatka Elizabeth Missionary Baptist -Mr. and Mrs. James Hogan in Oct. 31 they will play against the ti,,. football game in Macclennylast i RfiS S.R t.1-O.c.31

spent the weekend with Mrs. O. Church. I 1 J2Cksonville on Sunday. j ji Starke "B" team. It should really : Friday night between Mac- 1 G RE Ten may thICk in at oariy a* you like Friday

J. Phillips and Danny. :Mrs. H. C. Kelley and Wendell i Guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. ': OP a good game, so come out and cl?nny and Hastings.Congratulations I DES morning and chock oet at lot. at 5 r.M. Sunday

Mr': and Mrs. Carl Moore of sited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brassell'Ar.ders during the weekend wer i! enjoy it. Game time is 8 p- m. to Mr. and Mrs. I I % evening-and the only cod$13.5G-for of noun PRIVATE the whole VILU weekend.Enjoy .

Jacksonville were Friday evening end family Sunday afternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and Civic Club Carnival Bobby Godwin over the birth of I

guests( of Mrs. Joyce Futch and and Mrs. George Tyre of !family of Jacksonville, and Mr. I Saturday night, Oct. 31, the their baby daughter last week in I the many activities at Ellinor Village
X\vstone Heights came for their. and Mrs. Jame Anders of ', .
Key- I :Maxville Civic Club will sponso Bradford County Hospital. II H.l had Self Cnn* Ie/lr fiatse
Ralph. i I
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grandchildren the Hagues F lmimm j 'eels A am dhas
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williamson on tone Heights. j\n carnival beginning at 5:30 p. m. Miss Jean Cowart of Glen St. I Frat S..ft. ,.Y..rd s.nt feline"
awl sons of Jacksonville were hereon : Thursday and they spent until Friends of Donald Teston and with ghost houses, hay rides, Mary visited Sunday with Mr. and I f f 0 ,... ..... CMIfI

Friday evening for a visit with : Saturday with them. I Ronald Perint will be interested ; plenty to eat prizes and good Mrs. W. J. Bell and family and ; For additional. information. _fill. .in this.coupon._ :

ht,r parents, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Birth Announcements i to learn that they have joined the j music my the "Blue Dots". The in the afternoon they attended the +... -- -

Bennett. i Mr. and Mrs. George L. Shuford ,Navy I and are stationed in San j mJney will go in the building rodeo in Callahan.Congratulations. tJ-ep- W- :
are the proud parents of a daugh- Diego, Calif. :1
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pons and : I fund, so please come out and help to Mr. and Mrs. .
/ i ter Wanda Gayle, Oct. 22 in St. '''Honor Roll For First Six j : ,
weekend make I lot. And will have
a 1A
family of Tallahassee were a you Bobby Padgett over their new .
Vincents Hospital in Jacksonville. Weeks At Lawtey Junior High j Norn* .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan 1 ,igcrd time too. baby.t .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sapp are Grade 2: Regina Gladieux Addr s .
Reddish. While here they attended I .
I'I We regret that little Earl Can- Eugene Bell Marvin Smith and
at the University ofFluida. i announcing the arrival of a Chipper! Hague Marcie Hardee, I : Gtr yob: ,
homecoming
i ncn. son of Mr. and Mrs. Bootsie R E. Jones of Baldwin were on
Bradford Mike Noiman. Gregg Reynolds i I,
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daughtEr Cheryl Ann .
I I Cannon is ill again and confined the "Hi Neighbor" show on chan-
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their son Clyde in Bartow. | wa i Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lee'l'I : ". -i >:'i..t{. l'.j, ', 1 v'i": >: ;1 '}:?; ".::; .>. ,:''" '. > Y ,
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and Mrs. Ernest Southerland. I j \.. v ..'"'- ..-.<< .;
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your I deeply grieved this week over the tc-'f.$ -' ] > """' / nM4i l .
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100 PLUS for the ultimate in luxury perform an c.. i? Griffis. Aunt Fannie who has always at

Over 100..:.octane plus every worthwile protective been quite active was 75 KING SIZE CO.KE HAS 10RE FOR YOU '

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Perfect for today's high compression euto away: pn Sunday at Ed Fraser

obi'es.l' Hospital illness.in She Macclennyafter"bril"f is survived by 3 a I j I''I . ) t ;.L,. ; Get value, lift, refreshment, too! r

MlLEMASTER-premium performance, regular price. t tI i I sons D. B., Henry and Leroy, all''.: .ii'. .
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Stepped up odane. power, and mileage! \ i / !
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I vile ville Mrs.and Guy eight Frigo grandchildren of Jackson- j I j! GET SEVERAL CARTONS FOR YOUR HALLOWEEN PARTY ; > .

SILCOXCITIES Funeral services were held at 1,; '
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sympathy to the family.

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\," .\.. y yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy enrolled at this school. You may ;Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Supt.In och pastor and choir. Reports on r:week Oct. 30, as workers complete of Gainesville visited this week in 'I cottage at Cedar Key-
3U;; : register your pre-school child : charge: At'11 a. m. a Testimony toz sales will be made, Mrs. Lou- plans for the event. Hampton with Mrs- Louise Manire. ;: Mrs. R- H. Parker and Mrs. M.
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED '
with Mrs. Pauline Marshall teacher. Service will be held by the pastor !za Brown chairman and other Serving for the supper will be- Spending last week at the home i, R. Misner and son of Gainesville
Her goal is 25 pupils. After and: officers. Communion service activities. E 5V at 5:30 p- m. Friday and will of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sauls and- wrre J.1cksonrtlIeisitors on Wednesday -
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY that the class will close. staff re will begin at 7 p.:m. We regret the illness of Sister I continue to acccmodate latecomers family in Hampton: were Mrs. I last week.
porter. Please observe the following Gertrude Carter who is now in with a hot-dog stand also a- Sauls' brother and sister. Lamar I
: By Ozora Shell Principals And Supervisors worship schedule during the week: Bradford County Hospital and I vailable for those not taking the I and Lita Futch of Lawtey.. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH

.,'6&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& Conference Held Last Week Mon. 7pm. Faithful Few Club; hope she will soon return to us. regular supper. Supper price will Mis. Frank Thomas spent two I, Paul W. Murray, pastor. Seven
'-- The annual conference of super- Tues. 6:45: p. m. Choir rehearsal; She is a faithful member of the ,\ be 50 cents for children and a- :lays last week at the hospital at niles south of Starke on S. R. lOt>>.
.Truck' 'AeeidentMonday ston plate and bowl and T. V. visors and principals was held last Wed, 7 p. m. Prayer meeting; church and choir. Arata Williams |adults, with desserts extra. Sunland Training Center. Gaines- I' Sunday School. 10 am.; Wor-
morning enroute to months attractions; Anderson Jr. week in Tallahassee. Principal C. Friday 7 p .m. Church Conference reporter. I Items for sale in the countrysure vil'e.' n-here she is employed for I snip ienrice. 11 a.m.: Training
,the field, a group of workers were Hi, Charles Britt Richard King C. Anderson and Supervisor Ozora ; ,Sat. 7 p. m. I Can Circle. Allen Chapel,AME Church Rev. I one of the carnival booths \ treatment for sinus. She was able i Union 7 p.m.; Evening worship, asr.m.
:ilfijured;two seriously: Annie Pearl AlIce Turner Brenda King Mary Shell attended from Bradford All members are urged to attend L. A. Sampson pastor will hold i planned will run the gamut from I Itccthpicks to return to work the end of the .
Coleman, of 703 Florida Street and Houston Lillie Hampton Sadie. County. The discussion pointed up these services and especially the regular communion services on I to homemade pickles; |: wetk. j Wednesday Prayer: meeting,
Annie Bailey' Martin of 700 Flor- :Clark Mae Lois Bright Ruthel Tijd.'Je significant data and trends in business meeting of the chruch Sunday starting with Sunday from sugar cane to washcloths. 1|I Mr. and Mrs. W C. Clemons and 'I 1 7:30: pjn.j .
;fda.: The accident occurred at the Leonard Smith. Patricia Ann science mathematics and indus- on Friday night. Mary McBride. School at 10 a- m. Supt. Irene I Spooks witches and goblins will family of Heilbronn were Sunday j Everyone welcome.
''Corner -of-.Old Lawtey Road and I Bright and J. Williams Gwen- trial and vocational education reporter. Thomas in charge. Morning rei n on the second floor of the inters at the home of :Mrs. Ina 1 I
Highway No. 16. Both are in Bradford dolyn Davis ano Mrs. D. B. Rich- which! was projected into the future Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev. ship at 11 a- m. Love Feast 6 wor-I school in the House of Horrors: Knight. I I
County Hospital. The Coleman ardson; RJE School Cotes Houston as far as 1975. E. D. Robinson pastor will hold Holy Communion sermon by I while games o: ring toss dart !I Sunday visitors at the home of
boys are being cared for by Lois Mae Rose Annette Shell State Specialist To Visit regular pastoral services on Sun- pactor. Music will be furnished'' throwing apple bobbing and fish Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jones in WILLIAMSJEWELRY
.ttlle' Mae,:Cuaunlngs. They have Gwendolyn Marshall 5. Irene Pit- W E. Combs Specialist in Sec- day starting with Sunday School by choir No. I, Sis. Janie Parker I' pond will net prizes for the win- Hampton were her niece and ne I
.iy> other means' of support now tman Velma Tyson Mattie Bry- ondary Education will visit the at 10 a. m. Supt. Henry Bryantin pianist in charge. ners. phew. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Gibson I
"that"their mother is in the hospital mer [121, Mrs L. M. Royal [131], schools of the county Friday allday. charge morning message by the Coming soon. the educational II Fony rides in the school yard and children of Fairbanks. i
and they are in dire need of Clarence Covragton; Jessie Hamilton He will participate in the pastor or appointee. Due to the program presented by the Lake will offer a diversion outside. !
Mis. J. H. Saxon had visitorsI
'Clothing. Mrs. Snell and other Betty Crum. Minnie Han- county teachers meeting which illness of the pastor, suffering a City District Missionary Society. ': while fortune telling in another i I =at her home Sunday. as Mr. and WATCHES DIAMONDSREPAIRS .
,members of the Woman's Club kerson; Special Education. Bever- will begin at 1 p. m. Friday, throat condition he may appointa The chorus of RJE will be featured I of the classrooms will add to the :MrsJessie of I
tnav?promised<< to help them. What lir.e Smith Zsphaniah Lane Shirley President Joseph D. Greene in speaker for both services. We under the direction of Mrs. i j Ha'lowe'en spirit. I Ogden Pampano.Miss AH Work Guaranteed
-do you have to share?-Staff re- Brown Gwendolyn Collum. clnrge. Delegates for the Leadership I.are scheduled to visit Antioch W. Morris. Secondary Sunday in Proceeds from the Hallowe'en Barbara Matchett spent !
;pprte"r.to -" Mrs. Ruth Edna Holland [121 J. Mrs.E. Conference will be electedfor :Baptist Church on Tuesday nightat November at 3 p. m. Missionary.i I Carnival will go to buy water I :Ia.>t weekend in Gainesville attending i! A. C. Williams
; Be Funeralized W. Thompkins Mrs. Alease and coolers for the school drinking Homecoming festivitiesat 142 W. Call St.
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meeting 8 p. m. All ushers choir members lai'ies are asked to do their best ;,
: Thursday, Oct. 22, Rebecca Ty- Tyson (131), Mrs. A. Hamilton Mrs. the recent meeting will be and laymen are asked to join with gleaners so that they will 1 f.ii....ain s on.departed this life at the University A. Chandler [I2J Dottie Sue Chandler given if there is time on the the pastor and officers and make make a good report on the fourth by this year's PTA. I Raleigh Brannen and Ardel Formerly Roberts Jewelry
; Hospital' in Gainesville. Ethel Jones William Pierce. agenda. this a great visit spiritually and Sunday in November. Junior Personals I +P!nt last weekend in Lakeland.
(Shti was a>faithful cook at Dr.Noupts.Ifospital Beverly Leverson Mrs M. L. Paul. CHURCH NEWS financially. Ranell English re- Church meeting each Tuesday at;, Mr and Mrs.'Robert Fischer of Mr and Mrs. M. L Watterson
: for many years The Fair committee wishes to Mt. Zion AIM Church Rev. J. poitn- 5 p- m. E. J. Givens reporter.HAMPTON. (Chicago and Miss Peggy Driggers ire spending this week at their
'and::.will be greatly missed. She thank all the participants and A. Grimmage pastor held regular New Bethel Baptist Church Rev.A. i_ I
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'.Arthurznon Tyson three children and adults of the commun- Sunday School -at 10 a. m. Supt. services starting with Sunday Call The Fuel Oil
-Velflta. Martha and Arthurmon.Jr. ity who cooperated and made this; Liuwood Crawford in charge. At School at' 9:30 'a.m. Supt Milton
six sisters, Bessie Brown of N- one of the finest exhibits in the 11 a. m- the message was delivered Ellrrson in charge. B. T. U. will
C. who could not survive the history of their participation in by the pastor. .At 3 p. m. a I be held each Sunday at 6:30: p. m.
:fshock died Monday of a heart con- the Fair special program featured music in the Educational Building Miss By Mrm. D. E. true

dition; one; brother and a host of Xew ReporterWe from the church choir, soloist Bro. Mae Frances Jenkins president.All &&&&& &&&&&& & && &&&& No. WO 4-9711:
;other sorrowing relatives and welcome Mrs. Beatrice Scott Linwood Crawford; St. John M. young people are asked to at-
.friends. The funeral will be held yojng matron of Lawtey to the B. Choir; Antioch Baptist Church fnd. as well as adults. Revival Here Continues
at 3 p. m. Sunday at Pleasant : reportorial staff of the ebony Choir: Mt. Pisgah members and Mrs. Evelena Wilson captain of Through Oct. 31
Grove Methodist Church. Rev. H. section of the Bradford County participants; and Pleasant Grove the Ford car group is sponsoringa Revival services at Hampton
J. Blunt officiating. Persons wish'.I Telegraph. If you have not electeda speakers which included Mrs. Cas- special program at 8 p. m. Sun- Christian Church this week will Kerosene Oil Heating
!r.1.to send condolences may for church club. : continue through Saturday even- i or
reporter your sie Dell and daughter Blondeva. day at the church. All membersof :
roach: : them at Route 2, Box 136 or fraternal organization do so We had a high day Sunday this group are asked to come ing Oct. 31, beginning each night j j
Starve or Hughes-Chestnut today. We will be depending on for the at 7:30 p. m. Rev. Carl Clark of j
raising a total of $505.10 and bring some. friends and neigh-
'Funeral Home. Gainesville. Mrs. Scott to keep us informed church building fund. Many bors. Gainesville is preaching for the II' MURING; THE 1959-60 WINTER SEASONCHECKED
'Ruth Court Meeting about Mt. Zion A. M. E., Lawtey thanks to all the visitors and On Sunday Nov. 8. from to 6 services.
Notice to all Heroines of Jeri and their participation with other friends who contributed to the total p. m.'the members of the Pontiac Mr. Clark is serving as pastorof I YOUR TANK WILL BE REGULARLY
cho.Ruth Court No. 18. The Most groups and other churches in success of the rally. Special :and Mercury Clubs will present a the church. He is the '
Ancient Matron is requesting the Bradford County. praise to the folowing captains: "Pretty Hat Tea" in the Educa- Ia*- of the Rev. John sonin'I'I
presence of all members on Wed- American Legion News Sisters Frances Crawford Beatrice tional Building of the church. 6f Hampton Church until a recent AND FILLED AS NEEDED
nesday Nov.'5. at 4 p. m. to com According to Post Commander I Scott. Eddie Le Williams. Beulah Come out and sip tea with the ladies illness forced him to obtain a re-
'plete"plans for the annual Thanks- Julius Royal and President L. M.I, King Marion Houston and Bro. and see the latest in hats to placement. Mr. Clark and his fam- CALL US TODAY FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION

:giving program and celebration. Royal of No. 314 the regular Linwood Crawford be worn this fall by women. This ily have recently returned from
Fall not this is by order of the I meeting will not be held due to Don't forget Youth Day at Philadelphia program is also in the interest of Hawaii. I
Ancient Matron. We would PTA Carnival Friday JEROME l JOHNS OIL CO. fpfiafa
Most the funeral of a friend and neighbor Baptist Church on Sun- Women: Day. !
riot like to impose a penalty on Sister Rebecca Tyson. If a day. We have been asked to participate Prayer service is being held each Hallowe'en will spell fun food
any member for disobedience. call! meeting is needed during the on the program. All members Tuesday night with Deacon Willie and frolic for children and their I YOUR FRIENDLY PHILLIPS I JOBBER
Please plan to attend on time so month of November you will be are invited to attend the services Green in charge members and parents who attend the PTA car- !.
that.we will be able to dismiss on notified through this paper Paul- all day with the young peo- friends are invited to attend. nival at Hampton Elementary (Phone WO1.9711 743 South Walnut St.

time. M.' A. M. Sophia Royal. ine Marshall reporter. pie of the church in charge. Our :Members on the sick list include Scnool on Friday evening this.
Counter Fair Awards Kiddie Kollege KindergartenAll choir has been invited to sing at Sister Lizzie Peterman >who was --- -
.'. One hundred and ninety a- the pupils of the kindergarten 3 p. m. on the Second Sunday in recently transferred to the W. T.
:ardi' were made at the receni attended the Bradford County November at Antioch Baptist Eflwards Hospital in Tallahassee
'county: fair to our group partici- Fair and became acquainted with Starke. They will be closing a for special treatment. Sisters Laura -
pants'which included: fifty blue th_ merry-go-round and hobby weeks program for the anniversary Whitmore and Elsie Leverson
premiums indicating first prizes; horses. They were able to tell stor- of the church pastor and choir We wish for these and others who o. o
"Cns-hutidred red premiums second ie<- about the Fair and many of combined. We are asking the cooperation -I may be ill a speedy recovery.
pJJzes;. and forty white pre- the things they ate and did while of the entire member- Pauline Marshall, reporter.
,minm ribbons for third prizes. Due they were there. The enrollmenthas ship in these activities. Beatrice I Antioch! Baptist Church, Rev. 1 1
,'tothe.longr list of winners we will increased. The building is very Scott reporter. I George W. Lee Sr. Pastor will .r
mention the first premiums which coMfortable and warm. Parents i| Bethlehem Freewill Baptist, Rev.L. hold regular pastoral services on
ifeltid$one from Hampton for will not have to worry about the McKay pastor will hold regular ( Sunday starting with Sunday
.paper designs and two from Thur- 'safety and comfort of any child : pastoral services starting withDON'T I School at 10 a.m. Supt Clarence I
M. I Williams in charge. Morning worship I
at 11 a. m. music by the
choir. Baptism will be held if
BE MISLED BY DEALERS WHO weather permits sermon to candi-
V dates will be delivered by Rev.


V.v-: ,:1: DON'T HAVE COLOR TV dates Vinson Murphy for or Shirley Rev baptism Ann Johnson.are Brown.: Candi-Nancy and

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: Color TV Is Perfected Let Us 7 p. m. evening services will
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." Put One in Your Home TodayFor Keystone Heights is expected to I
participate in the services during
the day. Plans have been com-
FREE Trial!
pleted for the combined anniver-
1 viy of the church pastor and
Shepherd Is Your Only Color T.V. Dealer in Bradford choir from November 2 to 8. according -
to Mrs. Mable Jenkins Lee,
County chairman.

The following groups and others
will participate Monday Nov. 2, ..'
8 p. m. New Bethel Baptist
Church, Rev. A. B. Vinson pastor,
congregation choir and ushers;
Tuesday. Nov. 3. Ebenezer Baptist ;aV

} : 1 y i' e.r Church. Rev. E. D. Robinson r
pastor choir, congregation and --
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ushers; Wednesday Nov. 4, Plea- -
Keystone n .
sant Grove Baptist
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vA Heights congregation ushers and
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choir,Rev: Wise, pastor in charge: --, + W..i *

Thursday Nov. 5, Free Caanan '-
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of God In Unity Elder _
Church ..-.
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Enjoy Sharpest Steadiest Picture Sampson White pastor congregation ;J!
choir and ushers in charge; i -:--'
Friday. Nov. 6, Allen Chapel AME .


IPossiblein 1 Weak Signal Areas charge Church.and ushers.congregation Rev.Saturday Levy choir Lennon Recreation No.in I .. !.. f

.. RJE ball field
anti< Bazaar at Strings
starting with Touch Football at ,. Gulf attar hed, It's
wRCAVICTOR\ TV deal '
J er YoN
2 p. m. Games and activites will 1 / s.wa Y of ur
continue through the afternoonand i 7 y Last nelping
'Inte you
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with f ; r
evening closing mare
basket-I than
cars 13
ball by girls and boys fl/I needed em mho n

kiM u and=.te former and undergraduate students. Deacon groups If you should need a' new bat.'t let it b.ap ergenc.tv Yy,8ervi.c e.

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/ Clarence "Shag' Williams will wnter.
t have charge of these outdoor tery, replace it with a your -
a 4 events assisted by Coach E. R. Gulf deal
J When a TV picture starts from the Shell. Refreshments will be sold: QUALITY GULF BATTERY. test Yo ur er Will be glad '
transmitter to your living room it's a by the ladies of the church and to
!\ strong. clear signal. But then it mart will include hot dogs hot fish hot POWER CREST. Gulfs finest fit ids :r: : rem e j.t free

bounce interference off buildings from autos and hills or electrical or meet coffee. You and oil cold be drinks admitted of to all these flavors passenger car battery:. for extra-long gJDg.ife. .

devices ] I
activities by a Tag. AU membersof
New RCA Vkfoc TV with AGO
'I I keyed x.
for the
Antioch have tags an-
automatically screens out 1 POWER PAR. oat.
interference boosts weak @p niversary. an economy
signals insures the best !! Sunday. Nov. 8. starting at 10 tery for top performance under all conditions < .i
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.... \ I possible picture and sound.jBrtMl a. m. Sunday School. Supt Clarence -
,_ ._-- _. Williams in charge; Morning ., '
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..c.. Tobi TYwiit3 .. II worship Calvary Baptist Church. I Iin
: in both 6-volt and 12-volt sizes installed .
.* h. pkfer..Cmcod, tmr- Enjoy a truly fine pictureon Rev: G.: W Lee or appointee will ;
U-.d AGC lilannJ R :..SMd.dbaa TlMlofMMWMr A.eil obA ( 3 on RCA Victor Super TV sets deliver the sermon; at 3 p. m. your car still factory-fresh. t.
there will be a Battle of Music -

J"iIlf..21 A..kSHEPHERD'S:" \.... "'" and all Deluxe IV models featuring outstanding choirs in SEE YOUR NEAREST *3Faulkner's 3-; >,
Bradford County including Mt.
-- Zion., Lawtey;* St. John. Lawtey; ;'h
GULF DEALER LISTED BELOW.
Allen Chapel. Starke; Ebenezer
RADIO & TV and Antioch also of Starke and

I ethers.The closing service will begin I Gulf Serv. Tanner's Gulf Serv. West Side Gulf Serv.

Phone at 7 p. m. with Rev. Mumford of :
4-6901
WO Starke, Florida I Penney Farms congregation and 263 N. Temple Ph. WO 4-6001 666 N. Temple Ph. WO 4-2321 750 W. Madison Pho '4-3495

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