Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03555
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 27, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:03555
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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: : This Week J 51t t I Next WeekTornado -

I'I I'i: t Tornadoes Face $ : ; # CC ___IYy Vihtil.H} :

: Tough Live Oak.Tomorrow To Set Stageror r

BUS Homecoming I
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1r "Fantastic Fairy Tales: will be
Coach Lennard- Register, unhappy 4 r4' the theme of the 1960-61 Tornado
over the first two days of
Whirl next Thursday,. November
practice this week, expreSsedmore
t 3, at 7 p. to. at the;, B H"..,S, Foot-;
satisfaction his teapr"
ball Stadium.Publicity" Chairman
efforts, after the Wednesday sea; b Fr > .
; (I.sion. *' *"' Bernie Collijtt. announced- this
week. '/ '
The coach said he things his rr ''I'hevbilt'1) toe
.. Tornado football team 'is'"'living } : s .year Will
sponsored by the junior class, the
on past performance But he .
I ; same that mastermindedlast !
MOUNTED POSSE SPARKS PARADE 'added: the squad looked better group

1 yesterday and showed more life, ""' .' _.__"':"- ... _..IIIU'! __...""" ._...... _. _. -, year's successful .spe.$tacte.
Something new was added to. posse members rode in. Monday's I points along the route to allow! Friday night's with Live. :' Admission will be_ 25c per. person

the Call Street scene this'week as I parade, led by Capt. Dolph Reddish posse riders to execute routines.!I Oak on the enemy's game home, field,i Alt The Way For J. F. K. And L.. B. J. I' but student Way potchas tickets
at the reduced price of 15c at
the Bradford County Sheriff's J) [out of camera range]. Car- Although few of the horses had I the coach said, will be a very important jCnil'drenTirom
Posse made its first mounted appearance -j rying U S. flag at left [is Dr. D. ever been in traffic before, they I one for the Tornadoes. school. fie "fourth
the like 'veterans V for Victory signs were a dime a dozen as Democrats from grade down will be admitted free
in the parade staged i M. Christoffers of Keystone took to parade { Starke is second behind first Demos
Monday afternoon to officially I!Heights; while Sheriff P. D. Red- and there were no' incidents due ito I' place Green Cove Springs in Keystone three counties gathered in Starke last Thursday to, renew their of charge. if accompanied'i by* theirparents.

open the Bradford County Fair. |dish.bears the posse emblem. skittishness : Conference ratings now, Re- pledges of party support at a $3.50 per plate fund raising din-
Seventeen smartly uniformed! The parade paused at several I gister stated. Green Cove. has a ner. Leaders included (1-r( ): Tate Powell, Sr., chairman Baker I The high point of then event, of
will be the crowning ofthe
course ,
three wins against no losses ,while Dig That County Democratic Executive Committee; Sea Edwin Fuser I
Blue Ribbons Won 1960-61 Homecoming Queen
Starke Youth Starke, just getting started in of Clay-Baker; S. E. Sparks, Bradford, )County campaign chairman I by last year's queen; Miss Ruby
conference competition, has won ; Sen. Charley E. Johns of Union-Bradford .
; CongressmanD. i Lee Johnson 'of Lawtey.Prior .
Arrested for; Bradford Fair Opened With Parade one game over P. K. Young and Dinner R. (Billy) Matthews; and L. II. butch, chairman Bradford 'to the crowning of 'U'f;.,
one Macclenny. All the County Executive Committee. I queen, grades seven'. through"
other.conference teams have lost .
Stealing AutoA twelve.will. present,skits beied On I II

s a Followed Bv Rural-Urban Fish Frv one has game beaten, he Macclenny said. Green, Santa Cove Fe Things are getting tough andnow's I t (classic)' fairy tales.. All'skit4, of
course, will be altered.jto''' theI
17-year-old} Sta/ke youth, 1 ., ., and P. K. Y. ,the time "to get up on. our
Luther Johns, was arrested: Mon So the Tornadoes will be look- hind legs and fight xor the party I plot of the Tornadoes' soundly
day In Gainesville on traffic violations Bradford: County's annual Fair' Sapp and Lynn White [FFA1. ing for their second conferencewin ," State Senator Charley E. 'tt I trouncing their' homecoming foea,t*

and found to -be drivinga opened with a parade Monday j In the adult division for beef, this Friday night in Live Johns told a gathering of Democrats .a, [ the Fernandina Pirates;; ,the. fol.,
afternoon through the downtown I> blue ribbon winners ,T. W. lowing night:! ; '- -
stolen car belonging to another were Oak. After that they face three from three counties attend '
Starke man, J. A* Howard. section and reached a climax Baker & Son, and J. B. White. more Keystone Conference teams ing' a rally-dinner in the Starke I This yearthejunior high

Johns took Howard's 1953 model : Wednesday when the Starke Rotary -I Baker's entry was judged champion Fernandina, Santa Fe; and Elementary School cafetorium high school will competein separate :
Chevrolet when it was parked In:': Club held its annual Rural- in the adult division, and reserve Green Cove Spring that or- last Thursday night h i x 3y groups for the beSt;skit 'of*

front of Setzer'a store Monday: Urban Day fish fry, and judges 1; champion of show. Johns challenged the Republicantheme the night Two,prizes' of. (25 each.

afternoon. Howard said! he was in announced winners in all divisions[ i| Blue ribbons in the dairy cat- der."Any one of these teams Is cap of "you 'never had it so will be awarded to lh6 ,.\wo win '

the store only five minutes or so, of exhibits. j tle division went to Carolyn able of beating us if we don't play good;* by saying his office had ner. Ther Will be thr e'-judgu.
and that the car was taken during Meng. reserve champion; and Bill to decide just who'will'receive'E
Several hundred farmers their i football, Register said seriously.The been beseiged in recentmonths '.
that time. families, and other .guests attended Meng. grand champion. Bothwere4H coach further stated thafif by persons seeking help to find [ the money, Dr. Sarah .Lou-sWells, *
| Starke )L D :Mri C.? I $choll.j t
Johns drove the car to. Gainesville the Rotary fish fry and heard Club projects. Starke has anything worse than employment. He said the Repub- *. .*
where. he was picked up by brief talks by County Agent G. T. In the poultry division George one more tie ball game they probably lican Party believes in "tight j and< Judge George' L. Paten' al

Gainesyille police on minor traf- I Huggins. R Representative-elect A.i iI Canova's entry was grand champion will ,not win the champion money" and that this policy plays I jfip of Starke. \ +

fic violations; Depnty Sheriff I J. Thomas; Jr., and AmericanLegion' j t i and Lester Austin reserve ship. If the Tornadoes were to into the hands of big business i I The foliowingdasses'and': clubs t
Reddish stated., The Gainesville I champion with other blue rib- wflL otf,;8kts; < ; ? *, ., -
Dolph .
Post, Commander Kenneth i tie Live Oak and then, lose to to.the detriment of 'family farmers r Ki m C:
police received a call from Grider. W. H. Nollman served as'' bons going to Wilbur Groover, Green Cove,.they would be virtually I small business rowners, pensioners f[ Seventh .grade: Alice In ,Wonderiand.V ;
Starke stating the was, stolen !'Tommie Flannigan Bill Klondes, M 1+ L* .
par master of ceremonies. out of the Register said. and welfare; recipients
race .
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approximately 10 minutes'after. A_ highlight of the program was I Harvey Starling, James Norman, ""We cannot afford 16 'lose 'an- Turning. his, attention to the j jM -,' Eighth grader Sleeping atI Beauty:

the arrest of Johns. the presentation of an. Award of and Mrs. Arnold Griffis. other single game,'* :the coach religion-m-poUtics issue-Johns ex-' Itoth .grafoj8no' .*While.

The youth is in jail awaiting i j i Honor certificate to Cecil Crawford I r A blue ribbon' for guinea pigs said, '"and.hope to,win the flag" pressed; hope that Protestant t| Tenth \grader' ; l'ltiodjla.lEleventh' .'

disposition of, charges ot.traffic,i for his ,achievements in soil!! was awarded ..to Junior Hunter.: The only ;W.V.
violations. Reddish said A warrant and. water conserpationpraGtiees.j) Bluey: ibbon forxabbits. ,went left.on schedule,is Bow.th4zastSame' wake\. lip, ..sad)come to realize .t 'Tvreta
has been signed against J hfin|/.TJhe.' certificate wasJghTJUby J he,.ao '.s.Pen dary gIaP.4,WWfc\ : :of/UieA'seasoh%onW ed# the-lhtt'nrc=..p3a7fng *:hHnto-, akin.-- ; .t"Y",grate'*>:-"Bumfcted.,' "* ', PSi-

.' li Braofbra 'County for larcency .Florida, Bankers Association and i ion. and Steve Boyette; reserve. nesday"before the ;Thauksgivirzgholidays. thL liands;';o : ,the Communists''! _.- .- stu ent. CJnderd1a.: .
automobile" by Howard, Reddish the two local banks? and was presented champion. "" "" when,"-.they; divide the American t pouncfl:r:
said.: Bond was jet M $1,000, by. Norman Willis of the I'' Mathew. Griffis' male Landrace Register i is expecting a' tough public .by preaching against a ,A span of four score years b bridged at rally as youngest .j A: huge ;"sank@: ebafa'rdallce"and :;;'

but this county can take no furl Community State Bank.: was declared,grand ,champio .for I game against Live 'Oak.and said Catholic' for president.He Democrat atend ng'inner, Ebbie KnIght, pins Kennedy but- a.pep rally wWciose.q t thenight's .
terra: action until the youth baa! The livestock show's grand hogs, and Wilbur Groover's entrywas he )is afraid his-.team does not -said". he, had ']mown a lot ton- on the oldest, _- Tate Powell,. Sr., 87. will lead. ;B. Hq1. hoer.leaders

answered charges against himself champion ribbon. went,to an, 11- reserve champion. Other'blue j realize ''the strength of 'the Bull of .Catholics and had 'a lot of ..bonfire. "-'around SDeftatbrs.! which tn a-

in Gainesville, the deputy stated. monthsold polled Hereford" en- ribbon winners, were Larry .Griffis dogs. Live Oak has a "good, clt i": Catholic friends.:nd "I'have neverheard' ; huge will, take .piaceV_ the

tered by Bonnie Rosier of Lawtey. Jimmy Waters, Robert Crews, and is bigger than,the Tornado} l a 'one .ever'criticize-my religion -i I McVay Found Mentally Incompetent pep. 'The:rally Whirl has- fix-
.CEMETERY WORKING Bonnie is the daughter of Mr. Allen Crews, S. G. Crews, and the coach said. Jt 1.ilifbe.a. pretty come < .becomea;

There; will be ah ill-daf work- and Mrs. Marvin Rosier, and the,Jphn Mannie.i The Bulldog's fullback, a >1 L$) off if;they said I'could*! be Governor ture around''the the Brad! rd*High

ing al| Beulah Cemetery near Hereford is her 4-H Club project. I i Blue ribbons for hay went to J. pounder named Wesley Keen' is 'or Senator, -or anything ITo Stand Trial; Others SentencedL. has campus become past.tradition'few yara.'for' the It

Camp Blanding on Saturday, Oct. This entry was also judged IB., White, and T. W.. Baker & probably the.biggest threat in the else because I was a Baptist," he I
event to, take place :on th 1nJght[
29. The East Gate of Blandingwill champion in the youth division. .1 Sons. backfield, he said. added. II
be open from 8 to 5 a. m. All II Blue ribbon winners in the Arthur Redding's corn exhibit Live Oak' is expected to run Senator 'Edwin Fraser of Mac i C.McY.ayf.917ear-OId Starke .preceding homecoming each, year.

interested persons are asked to youth division, in addition to![was declared grand champion, from a single wing, and from a T denny' pointed rout that within: resident charged with first degree breaking and entering with in- "

bring lunch and tools to work \Bonnie were: Carol Baker; and! I other blue ribbons going to .formation with double wingbacks. the. last few days the powerfulani.influential : murder' in the August 1960 slay- tent to commit grand larceny and Occupational' '

with Lynn White [3 HI; and Glenn i I [Continued Front Pare 1] .Register said. They are also expected New York Times ing of his daughter-in-law, was I; was sentenced to three years. Licenses ,

to pass a lot. Their quart- had endorsed the candidacy, of, said to be mentally incompetent
to stand trial in testimony given Pre-sentence investigations were City Clerk Merrill Edwards rem
erback is a good passer, he said, Senator Kennedy: The New York
by a Gainesville psychlarist at a ordered for John Henry Reddish minds local business. firms that
and likes to throw the ball Herabd-Tribune, although sup-
who pleaded guilty. to ,occupational licenses .were'dw(
Judge possessionof
y :a "Live Oak." Register said. porting Nixon editorially, predictsthat hearing I before Circuit ;
+ monshine 'whiskey and and payable on Oct. IAfter October :- '
'George I. Patten here ,today. ; James r
"Feels the same way about Starkeas Kennedy will win Sen. Fra-
Cruger, who pleaded guilty to 31, a 10 per cent penalty,
we do about Palatka. Beatingus ser declared. After the hearing, Judge
and will be added during November,
breaking entering to commit I ;
would make their season a The fiery Baker-Clay senator issued an order committing Mc-
petit larceny. and 20 cent-penalty in De
success." 1 said he was nauseated by Nixon's[ I Vay to the state insane asylumat a per
cember. : .!ot' .: ..
r "And if we don't play football,! claim that U. S. prestige has never: Chattahoochee. t-

t .R. 'they'll do just that," the coach been higher and I read I McVay had admitted shooting
I said. The Bulldogs have a 4-2 everyday about our flag being!his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Glad-

: !I won-lost record so far this season trampled 'on, and our traveling!lees McVay with a shotgun durj CAMERAMA

s y I he said. But they beat p. K. dignitaries being stoned, and j [ing a family arulIDent at the Mc- ," .

iYounge' 38-0, a much wider mar- American property being confiscated -, Vay residence on North Water

I I gin than Starke. And althoughthe in Cuba, just 90 miles off I tSt.. The aged man, who lived with

Bulldogs were beaten by Per- the Florida: coast. We were on:, his son and his second wife, said I

ry 28-6. they played a good. ball top when Truman went out:=-1 the1 new Mrs. McVay wanted him
> t. r i ,came the second half. Register- what has happened in the 'last!out of the home and he had nowhere I
: r j z t tw isaid. They moved the ball just as eight years?" he demanded. i i to go- He accused her of

'well as did the Perry team, the Congressman. D. R.Billy( ) Mat- breaking up the home of his son *
S 'I coach said if not better. The thews .declared .that with a Democratic -| and his first wife, with whom the ti 3 ar ,

1 TS' Bulldogs also had four men out administration "We can I elder McVay had Iked an amicable -

rva : : t'A th injuries he said. balance ;the budget, pursue a more j i terms.

SO, Register emphasized the vigorous foreign policy, and de-I'! The psychiatrist's report was
Tornadoes will have their work velop domestic programs to help I given by Dr. Henry Lyons of

cut out for' them tomorrow night. the farmer: stay on the farm, to Gainesville.In .

.+' and Starke fans should be able safeguard and extend the oppor other arraignments before t Y

I to see a good ball game.Thomas. t niUes' of labor and to promotethe Judge Patten Thursday morning:
'general welfare of -all our!'i I t Raymond L. Miracle' pleaded
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_:_ 1t,4- ',n \\A. L Jr. i people." ;j l guilty to aggravated assault on :
In- between speeches, a group Cyrus Sistrunk. proprietor- of the

Sale Starts Nov. 3 I Named VP Of of songs was, sung by the Bar-I Blue Tavern, and was sentencedto

TORNADO bershop ;Quartette composed of I 15 months. The aggravated assault F.E .
members from theFirst Methodist' charge against Maurice

WHIRL Anyone For Books? Demo GroupA. I Church choir,, accompanied by Dees, in connection with. the same F

Mrs I. J,' Green at the piano. case was dismissed. ;
J. Thomas, Jr.. Representa- 'I After the last speech.' severalgroupj James Alvin Tyler pleaded guilty -
Thurs, 3 ; \ Norma i I tive-elect to'the State Legislature I songs'.were led by G. T. to an auto theft charge and sS 4 ,
7OOPJI.! Canova (Third from Persons with books they would .. I i.
# from Bradford elected -
County, was Huggins. sentenced to three
4 left), president of Friends of thei] like to contribute to the sale are I i was : years. I
25c PeHTersonv asked to call the 'library. WO 4-' vice president of the Bradford I 'Rev. S/E4': Sparks-county campaign I James Rickett pleaded guilty to
.Library, enlists the aid of Little I County Democrats for Kennedyand j chairman pave the invocation'andalso'the -
V 2861. Proceeds will be used to purchase II III IIi
Women's Club officers to, : Johnson at held hi
meeting benediction
get needed furniture a closing I II II II
Sponsored By | and fixtures -
things in shape for the first an-! for the library.. campaign headquarters here Mon- .. Sen. Johns served as I VolleyballThe I
day afternoon. State Senator master and
ceremonies introduced
nual book -&ale to be held Nov.
!fi Charley E. Johns is president of distinguished: 'guests from; Jaycees defeated Noegels ,
:3. 4. 5. From left: Kathy Struth
i Chaperones, Needed. the group, and Guy Andrews Bradford,, Baker, Union, and Auto Sales' last Thursday in. two ,
vice president; Anne Matthews,, 15-11 and 15-4,
secretary-treasurer. Alachua Counties. straight games
president; Miss Canova; Sara Os-I'; For Pep Club, Bus | John Simpson, chairman of to take. ;vbver second place in I

This Space Contributed, borne, recording secretary; Don- i ,ticket sales,'announced that more Mayor Haydon Burns league 'standings. I _I
Weekly to Publicize na Trawick treasurer: and Bar-j Chaperone are ,needed' to 'accompany than $100 was cleared 1ron the Camp Blinding took a forfeitfrom I P"j
bara Blankenship corresponding: members of the BHS, successful Democratic Rally-Din To Speak At C Of C Presbyterian to remain undefeated -I '

Community Events by secretary. j Pep Squad on busses to. out of ner held last Thursday night. in "first[ place. j All the thrill of Fair Week 1* mirrored la :tiwrftce ef

Mrs. Bert McMaines, Book I I j town football games as well. as Other activities of the group :Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack- Schedule for 'tonight [ Thursday David Wflliams, 9-yeax-oId ton of )IJ', and Mr*. -&' THE COMMUNITY Sale chairman for Friends of the j basketball games later on. One: include placing a float' .in "the sonville will be guest speaker at Is I hams of Starke as he take off for a ride ca-fid*: fierjr
Library, states that good books I man and one woman chaperone'is : :
I opening Fair parade Monday afternoon the annual banquet of the
(Merry-Go-Round steed at the fair
) after-
STATE BANKOF will be on .sale "in the building 1! needed for each of the two newspaper and radio 'advertising Starke-Bradford County Chamberof Noeges5[ Presbyterian. 7:15; rr@uadsjiwtda7
118 I busses. who in L Camp Blanding vs Jaycees 8 p. Boon. It Is a Joy-filled seven days for Bedford qty : |,:
A\ West.CallSt,; (next to Anyone can serve in behalf of the state Commerce to'be held Tnf the :
STARKB' Alvarez Store) at prices rang-I this capacity is asked to omtact: and national ticket and plans fora Starke- Elementary 'School cafe m.Schedule youngsters, with the Fair sod Ha2oweeB all eaaiBy-fai ..

.. 1 ing from 5c to 50c '- David Bristow at the high school get-out-the-vote drive onrJfor torium Thursday,night. Nov. 10. for November 3: the same week. (And hard on the pocketboot. of paresis" ).. ,'

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"!1 [ i- '1t- $[' T had as guests last Sunday Mrs. 4 ., ,, toj.!:. ih ( Circuit; Court said Sibley required 12 stitches lowing an argument between,
White's nephew, II. Sgt. and :Mrs. : ; : to mend his head after he was Chissom and Sibley. Chissom was

J.IN J. James B. Brock and sons of Puer- ;fff"' :. } '{ 'I '' ,:', :T O e t'd" ,'Tiff bi>r withthebfcekjaelr and thmoun i 'gu11ijr-arid' flrietT'332.3i'ot< .,
to Rico, Mr. and Mrs. Charles ';' beaten with a board. ,
/ t';+} < ":x1F 10 days 1n>JaJt a in Mayor's Court 1
Fields and sons of .Jacksonville t' 1: Snat said the assauw took >* ; ,
Mrs. Charles Savage'and daugh- ,:...,lr :zt y :'I stant'state' Attorney' Mack place'in' Reno Friday. night joj.5Mbpdayhe chief said. ;
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THI MEW_ ters "' i .0, Futch'began- taking testimony
and 3fr. and ifra Olin White, J" ; "

Jr. and sonsOrder '.i' "' liII,.,;,,,'",;;;.-.;.. .\..'... ...,,',:. .7.. ;.'7'\L,1:; ? this week iromwitnesses' in Treparatioii 1 i
.,.. .. ; .c.- 'c".. ;. forthe 'term-of Circuit
'" L A L Imprinted and Photo- : t" ; .. : Smith Corona: and
: .i.ff.I "' COUrt:; which; opens in'Brad- Remington
Traphie Christmas at
and Mrs. Edwin I. Cards now ? ;{ ,,
Quimby, Mrs. M. L. Lawson and granddaughter ,. 4i f. t # '# ford' County on"November 14.
m, of Richmond. Va. were visiting Cheryl Lynn Dyal, spent Bullington's tfchg'. : ;L -- l" i= Two flrst'-ditre murder: trials I
Mrs. E. F. Mayton Jr., of ; :' ,
her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. L. .Tuesday with Mrs. Guy Dyal in the State Farm is surgical patient -.' .'," -' 'ftf'.c..k are' Included la'the docket of 2* \ TYPEWRITERS i

Scholl from Thursday to Monday. Green Cove Springs. Cheryl Lynnis in Bradford County Hos-j < .. < :: cases.-
Mr. and Mra. William Eckert staying with her grandparentswhile : ; John H.Lane; ,Sfiyear-cld

returned to.their home in Bayside, her mother is recuperatingafter pital.Michael McQuaig of Waycross, "' .: ",;. :. ;q;t I Starke Negro; fs charted'wIth I-r' PORTABLE

N. Y. on Wednesday after spending being a medical patient in Ga. spent the past ten days with if;. ,.,; 1 first 'degree murder In 'the October I
t ten days with Mr. and Mrs. the hospital. his I stabbing: of 'Millie'Mae Green SOLD ON
grandparents Mr and Mrs.
Fred Leonhard. I Mrs. W. H. Edwards of Jack. Mack Williams. .McBride.' his common'law wife; EASr TERMS :,
ifr. and Mrs., L. E. Jordan of In, : '
sonville spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs Henry Stefanelli the other murder caset L. cl:, _
Oveida were weekend guests of j j her daughter Mrs Drew Reddish'' visited friends and relatives in I McVay Sr.,91. aso'ot-StBrkf',1rDl';, I J
Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mrs. Carrie ':
\ and family: Gainesville on face .simllait''tharges of first degree -
Ritch, and Miss Annie Darby j i :Mrs. Sam c murder la the: shotgun '
| Gfllispie Sr. of For.; :Mrs. Emma P1nner of Cleveland, slay / 'School Supp1ies. 1 1I
Sunday visitors were Mrs. C. C.I'Meade is spending several week Teffli, is visiting Mr. and Mrs.Herbert ._ ing, 'of his '''da\lgtitet-tn-Iaw' Mra.L. ." _-j---

Mendoza and Miss Gloria Johns I with her Mother, Mrs Laura Col- Thomas for & week. _fi,, '' C. afcVar 7r., on August ''21.l l !,
of Jacksonville. ley. McYay has Beaded not guilty bjM:
I Kirsch Drapery Bods at Starke I l li
Extra Bobbins save time-Stock\I Mrs. Lillian Phillips of Lake lardware. tf }n > reason o{/!ns2nlly. A report orj 'a'' Bradford' Couuty'Te1egraph\ i

op with Singer Bobbins at Den City, Mrs. Opal Baggett, knd Mrs Planning to attend the District I I court-ordered psychtatrio'exam\ '-
mark Furniture Co. tf,I Alice Jones of Lakeland ination tar McVay is pending. ,
werr 'our ,
meeting of the Florida Fed-
Mr; and Mrs. T. R. Young and I I Sunday visitors of Mrs. Berth ration of Woman's Clubs at the Other docketed cases include ;,I Phone WO-M101 !

family were in OPP. Ala. over the d Pearce. Ireen Turtle Restaurant in' Jacksonville two' for' aSsault with' intent to' !
weekend visiting her parents Mr. murder; four forbre'a.k1ng and _J
Order Imprinted and Photographic Friday are Mrs. John u
and Mrs. W. 'J. Wise. Mr. Wise I entering; one for embezzlement;
Christmas Cards now ati Torode Mrs. D. L. Thomas. Mrs.J. -

,was..-,. -recovering,- ..from-surgery...wa Bullington's, n.--.A- tfchg I I.--.-F. .Btoodwortb...-- --- Mrs.-- J. D. Warren -- -' .. -worthless two' for grand"check larceny; two ;'for'one aggravated for-

Arch, ors Thomas./oeymour: Jr., Mrs.Marco Lavern Mrs. ; _\.. il; assault-; one third degreearson PLAY MUSIC IN A MINUTE,

II Outlaw.. Mrs. Jerome Johns Mrs. _' ,- ;, ; three moonshine cases;
four non-support cases; one for
Pat onthenewMAGNUSdi
Cauffman. Mrs. Hal Hand
statutory 'rape and one for armed '
and::! Mrs. Stanley Noegel. Hayseeds The CornBob robbery. .
Tyler Jones, Fred Snell. Beano
Sparks Bill Powell, Wayne Rain and Betty Hepner.walked off with honors for best (or 1 The defendant' in the acmerobbery DIAMOND
case is not 'in'custody.. A
es. Malcolm Lewis and Joe Gissey worst) costumes at the.'Jnnlor Woman's Club square'dance in ;
(warrant charges Clayton .
MIlK92c attended the Container Corp. the club house Saturday night. Bob, complete with falSe'teeth (Smith, an out of state convict: 1 ,electric chord ,organ
barbecue at Fernandina Beach ia offering Betty> gift from the
garden as she'perches I with the armed robbery Wayne
forestry. employees on Wed- delightfully atop a'stack of hay! Music for the,occasion wa I Douglas Superette.;: '

pro\'idtcfby 3Ij-ron Samson'of'Jacksonville, who also called the
Betty Jean Schmitt and Hariett r
gaLe of Florida-Southern Uni- dances Mr. Samson conducting'f the adult square dances I Cancer Society

will be home for the week- here on Monday nights in the USO..

_iaU...J Names;Slate 1. OfNew :' 7b

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mazes of Mr. and Mrs. ,James Dyal of Mri.J., M. Lott of Jacksonville! :

Eggs Bread Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof Lake Genera, Mr. and Mrs.!J. O. fe visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. P. OUT' Committees
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sink.. Parker of Hampton and Mr.and: for two weeks. .

I' Ice Cream Replace your old lewlng' machine Mrs.. E E. Lewis of Starke and Steve Simmons Jr. of Miami I
The Bradford'
belt with their families attended a 'dinner County' Unit
f a new Sinter Belt'I will'spend the weekend with =w
: the American has
from Denmark .Fiun1ture Co. tf party Tuesday evening at the friends here. Caricer Society I
f oik t who on jittery Cottage Cheese Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsomewere home of Mr. and Mrs. U. D: Dyal named its 196061'slate of out
in Hampton to celebrate Mrs. Singer sewing Mscntae Neeglesat cers) Publicity;;Chairman'Hugh B.
And throw a conniption'Should.atdairyfeodi in Folkston, Ga. Sunday
Dyal's birthday anniversary. Denmark FornltoM Co. U Ingram1:announced this week;
Orange Juicemwmm visiting Mr. and Mrs. Morris Williams '
Of every dtscriptieit. I and family.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. .w: Hayes e- -Judge" and Mrs., E. K. Perry-I I EDUCATION Committee: Mrs. Discover the thrill of bring able to express yourself

and Mrs. David Reid of turned last Friday from -a : ,ten. man and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Da- C. A. Knight chairman, Dr: H. musically-even if you've never had a lesson in youf'

Jacksonville were visiting Mr. day business and pleasure trip to vis were -Jacksonville- Sunday H- Adams, Hugh Ingram, Dr. life.Just follow the exclusive Manus method of

and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter an dn Miami and West Palm Beach visiting Mr. and Mrs Comer I Sarah' Lou Wells Mrs. James matching numbers and letters in the Magnus songbooks

t C Mr. and Mrs. Dolph'Reddish o Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Herlong Ferryman.! [Temple.-Div A. Y. Covington and with those oo the keyboard..It's so easy cvea ,
I s sI Sunday. spent last week In Jacksonvillewith Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Andrews I f.:"Rev. J. H. Mabry. a youngster can play complete; songs within 60 seconds!'

Mrs. Erma Wilburn of Louis relatives. and Mr. and Mrs Lewie'Byrd of I This committee will distribute e PLAY EVERYTHING!Over 25 different songbook .
I vine Ga. is spending two weeks Kirs<'h Drapery Rods at StarkeHardware. Ozark Ala. are' visiting Mr. and life-saving educational pamphlets
choose from .classical. hymns,
to Jazz pops
with her daughter Mrs. Ben Mox- tf Mrs! R. O.: Dansby. I hi an public places and conduct '
folk music, children's ,' etc.... $1.50 each.
Mrs. Etta Hoover has had songs
\ ley and family. as I Mr.'and Mrs. C. A, Sanborn of film showings and provide educational '
Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave and son., guests Mr. and Mrs-Robert Chace Lake Worth arrived Wednesday. I IIt I speakers for civic clubs : BRAND NIW LOW COST MODEL '
Wayne and Mrs. L. S- 'Huttoi of Gainesville on Sunday and afternoon ,to spend the 'weekend{I and organizations. I I
Mrs. Hildabelle Bence' It I I I AS LOW
and Mrs. AS $49.95
spent the weekend with Mr. andMrs. with Mrs. Sanborn's daughter, CRUSADE Committee: Carl ,
Brad Locke in Jacksonville. Anita'Downing Jacksonville on l4Mrs. Harry,Mooty and family: Johns-, chairman, 'Norm n' Willis .}
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Lewis and Monday. j t Mrs.= ..Clydeferwlllegar.. Mrs. ASK FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION!
family were Sunday dinner Mrs L. H. Jennings and Mrs. Margaret'Miller, Mrs;,T. J."-Alderman Afr--

MONEY guests of Mr. and Mrs. B F., Lex Green spent last' Friday Elks 011er.130 ; MrS.,Martha Snellen; Charles C H. General
4; night with Mrs'Guy Jtich Nasworthy Supplies
Grimes in-Gainesville.-: .... ,. ; H ger.and George'JCopetousos.
Mrs. Mae .Jones of Jacksonvilleand in Crescent City. On aMson'A.s'To 'This committee will -"Bond

"') Mrs. E.: M. Rooks of Gainesville and Sunday they were the annual' Cancer Crusade i :

lH E'N. were last Thursday visitorsof Rev. and Mrs., L.,. D. Haines' at 1 Nation's Students be held in April this ye r. .-.J"....

Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Sen. Altamont Springs.' The Haines : Crusade is a fund raising ca Floride,
and Mrs. Charley Johns, also had as ;Sunday' guests Mr. paten for cancer research
James n:
r YOUNffD and Mrs. M:: H. Sheppard,' Mr. and Seymour, Exalted I
." and Mr. and'Mrs Arch Thomas patients already, stricken.with
1. ," 1'. ..rP Jr. In Mrs., J.: E.; Hardy and families, Ruler of the Starke Elks Lodge disease. Your
.. were Tallahassee over the is 'receiving WATCH FoadSAVINGS
.. ', scholarship'appUca
and Margaret' Colson. '
I weekend '' SERVICE Committee Miss
where t ,
they attended' the
,' floes'in the Elks
'X'IT ,National Foundation's -
; Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Andrews
: Legislative Recognition Day o n 28th Dorothy Alvarez 'chairman. Mrs.
'4 Saturday.Mrs. have had as' visitors S. R.: Roberts Student annual Most Valuable 'GPelos; MISS Dorothy,R
4" Vergie Mitchell and Mrs. and son*. Herman of Lake Competition. i I and Mrs. Arlen McKhlght. Beta Cash
Butler last WedDesday"nd Mr.Mr, ,Seymour said that theFoundation's I I WAYNE'S SUPERETTE
Aggie Jones of Callahan were Sigma Phi sorority' will assist this
N Sunday guests of Mr. and 1rrs.I and Mrs. N. E. Roberts:? %.yf Lake National Charitable 'committee. .
,. Trust of the Benevolent '
; 4 : Butler on Sunday. and Protective : This will
Tyler Jones. group organIze com
Order of Elks is Owned and Operated by-Wayne Douglas and Cecil
Mr. and'Mrs. E t..McKinght offering mittees'! to Tria y stirglcal dressIngs -
I attended the funeral, .of- her 130 scholarships valued at $104,- to be given" W. cancer patients I, Douglas, Formerly Manager of Suwannee Store

; [OANSYO $600 I D EBIC I brother, D. E. Langston; last Fri 900 for the 1961 college year. The free of charge. They will 671 W. Madison PhoneYO 4.9231

day afternoon at Monks Corner, scholarships range from $700 to also lie' to' charge of the- Loan Ii We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantity
:: For L TARKE FLA. S.C.Mrs. I $1,400 and are valid in any recognized and-Gift Closet:.to distribute' beds':

; Any Worthwhile Purpose ., Sarah Wright of Anaheim college or university chos- wheel chairs and'other equipmentto MAXWELL\ HOUSE
i,. Calif is visiting her soninlawand en by the winners. .
,", SUN:, MON., TUES. daughter, Mr and Mrs. Ronald The awards identical for boys patients.Dedicated'. COFFEE lIb. bag 49cWith

TAXES Oct. 30, 31 Nov. 1Bluebeard's Andrews for a month. and girls in separate competitions _
.. Mrs.. CafHbIJ 1ipel ih. .$5.OO Food Order
UNPAID BILLS 10 Mr. and Harlow Trescott are as follows: First $1,400; .sec .
-y- MEDICAL EXPENSES '.. S and family of Daytona Beach oral $1.300; third $1,240'fourt; Y JIM DANDY

'a t REDUCE CAR PAYMENTS :" HoneymoonsGeorge were Saturday 'to Tuesday guestsof $1.100; fifth 1000. Also five a- I iJ1M acs'e lflfY/ WITS5 I lb'J baB - 29'C'

CASH PURCHASES ',: Sanders, Corinne Calve Mrs. Pat Cauffman' lam wards of $900 each; ten'awards

I ',' ETC, WHEN COMEDY ilyHallmark of $800; and 45 awards of $700 I KQUNTRY KIST '

l WAS KING display nQlf':Christmas at BuUingtoo's.Cards tfchg on I f eacfi.Announcement of winners will I l Twenty' priests and tea sisters PEAS 2!'cans : for' 2S

Charlie Chaplin Raster Keaton, Mr. and Mrs. James Dreier.and be made at the Elks 97th' Grand
l ; Laurel and Hardy sons of Toledo Ohio-will return Ledge Convention in Miami I were among'the 200-persona who LIVELY
Prompt ServiceVith\ gathered'at last Sunday
I f"c" : Plus Color Cartoon home .Friday after two weeks Beach in July. afternoon for the dedication I DOG.FooDf: cans 'for 19 C

visit with her parents Mr, and: Open 'to high school seniors '
of the newest Mary; Irfdther of
':Y l Problems Wed., Thurs. Nov. 2, 3 Mrs: Jimmy Cole. ,;.: ;! and college students below the Mercy.Chaptt; It le the first data-I HOOD 31BLEACH

4 ,{. Money Five Branded Women I Sgt. and. Mrs: R. W. Reese and grade of senior who are'U.., S. olie Church to be established in 1-2 Gal. 29 C
: family and Peggy Skeins of citizens the most
v Van Heflin, Silvana Mangano com .Baker County. I
Goldsboro_ N. C. will' spend the petition1' is intended to assist'the '
The Most: Red; 'Joseph'; HrIcy i I .
r STOP IN OR CALL Public Pigeon No. 1 weekend with Mrs.'Reese's mother nation's best students in furthering 13Lgtsop:ot' till"Diocese of s r. '
I I" Red Skelton,' Janet Blair and Mrs. Adam Green and lamily. their education. Augustine, .dedicated: thfr new"> U. S.,NO. 1POTATOES Q

I! l I Vivian Blame Mr. and Mrs. Randal'F. Chitty The competition' emphasizes chapel' 'and paid highest tribute! .- 10 Ib. bag .20c
and son are expected home Fri schOlastic Ch1evement and' Inorder '
Plus Color Cartoon'Fri. to' Fattier, Coaale',Dougherty'. !
day from two weeks vacation in -to for I FRESH FIRMBANANAS
qualify the national '
St. Edward's
: for
S afke, "
TOWN FINANCE ., Sat. Nov. 4, 5 Virginia, Washington. D. C.and finals:applicants must ,have a zealous work in founding th'e hfafj :> 3. lb. 19t
CO. Maryland. While on vacation scholarship, 'average of 90 '
Johnny Dark per mission. F tJier'augl1erty now]' ONIONS 4i.* IBs 1St
- -
they visited former residents of cent and must be In the upper Mass in
Curtis and Laurie says, Union-Coanty at!
; 144 W. CALL Tony Piper Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Edward' qt::five| per cent of their class. All Saint's Chapel; Raiford; "I PEAS Green Crowder .- lb. 10'c_
THE BELLBOYWith Altman in Manassas, Va. and Mr.--, All area'students interested in Clay .County ;kt 'St.WfllianWj ... .

: Ph wo 4.9091 Starke pfc. Jerry Lewis and Mrs. Joseph-.' Gray toj I|entering the competition must Chapel keystone Heights; i in I'

I. Plus Color Cartoon Baltimore, Md- ;file_ applications_ with"the_ ..__, lodge...__ Baker County at St. Mary's; and,: APALACHICOLA STANDARD '
M"F. M.Thvit'A4I'in. Arv>Vior1. '- Yft .9.. oyq., ft -n
-- -- -- '- UI .Uu! U11 vlsitln County at St., Ed- OYSTERS Pint $l,OS j'
over the weeknd ; her sis-' for judging the entries, by, the ward', I!

ofMUEVKKKKKZ OaKB BBBlTfl ten Mrs. P. EL stone,,and Miss lodge's ScholarshipCommittee Members of both /Catholic. ;,' FRESH JUMBO SHRIMP lb. 89c25c ;

I Mamie tfer90D. and forwarding to the Secretary .Chgrshes-t&:Starke,and Keysta ne'. FRESH CAUGHT LARGE
LISTEN rorenasv any model et iage t of the Florida 'state 'Elks Associ Heights took J
in the dedication .
GATORS sewing Ma thlae' M Denmark,anon before March. ceremony.' The' Altar-- boys -- -" - ;

,Furniture Co tt I Mi. Seymour, said that appll- of St William'* served ia the; t!! ... _!
Miss Margaret Rose Duncan cation blanks and FRESH SLICED
j further details ceremony and thV choir. ftomSPaul's t.' '
vs. '- Cocoa Beach spent the weekend)\tmay'' be obtained' from the"lodge's in ,Jacksonville; I II ;
sang. j BEEFLIVER r. > 3Sc
with her mother. Mr& Kc G. Duncan -,Scholarship'' 'Committee;. .or from Tfie dedication was' conclBdedj
Mr.' I>Duncanrwas West I Thomas,E. Lewis secretary the. I i
AUBURNOCTOBER by Benediction of }loch. j! .
Point Ga.-over theweekend| It 1s hoped:! that a member will ed Sacrament, celebrated j
t BteaepicNics! --whole ;
onTyi :
29 2:001P.' M. visiting his-son and family. ; Mr.;enter from Starke*High School asthat pastor, Father Dougherty:, 33c
and Mrs.'li; T Duncan. '
; the best possible entries, ed by the clergy and choir.ss1st-1 FRESH CUT
Mr. and Mrs R. O Dansby one boy and one' girl can be '
ON were visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. J. chosen" Mr. Seymour saidj lb. '
J This Star&e Negro I IJIDed POfiKCHOK -. 4Sc
Andrews in Jacksonville, on Son1 i tsmeceasary, as the'-ctaners most ,:,:
WRGR RAB10, 1 day.Dr. I i,eaznpetenationally' Bradford For ik'asaA' Jf FRESH Corr ,

and'Mrt A.'J: Barry attended County' entries last -ye 'vexc 'exceptionally j POlK HAM i2; or wi hole ib.
PRESENTED BY the Florida Academy of well qualified:bat ea. -yeakald' S&ute-" Kegrcr; ; 49c

DOVLE E.. CONNER Genetal-Practice-of Medicine at I tered too late to prepare properly MoiPb' Chisscaa:; iras jailed b11 14413. .
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE the ROben Meyer Hotel in Jack I their ,.quaUfi atiml' brochure The city poScf last rweeS:;" on ..efiargesfclsckpaek. ,

scKtrttie fromThorsday ta'Sa.tur-1 time farstart Is:: now; aocfmembersof rite.,of itssaultfrtg' atiotcr Ntrli d :. OlEO SOLI. 2for'2
.$10,000 Family Liability Includes Outboard Motor day the Elk Lodge will a' ) '>Pofice- Chief 'fifle 7

Coverage $10,00 A. Year. MrRifl Boating:and lfrs Osrf- assist M every" war possible.- Itircu&rt4 1 8wtta'rr ;- STREAK.O-LEAN.; 1WRllE

." ., t ton BMrRtt ot'Madisdnwere'Fri- ctet Wll.rt., Trt>ne!i JGlusbI{ y, S5i a'eost tt.the 'ACQI' _
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ft _..! .. ,...,...._._ .,.. r ,..- .. .. ...,. T Spring Planting Hayride Enjoyed'By Butler, parcel of land, $7,000. < County Fla.. to Emily Crawford.

I Benjamin T. Pace. Duval County Starke, residence in Pinehaven

Is Topic At ,Christian Girls Class, ,, to William Gene Sineath lot Subdivision. 57,000. _

Fw t Garden Club [ in Bedford Lake Shores. $2,500. I it Gertrude It. Kelly Gainesville, -
; The Golden Circle Sunday t j 1 i Mid-States Homes, Tampa to to L. J. Kite, Starke timber 04

"Planting for Spring" was the School girls class of the First Enoch Strong, one acre tat, $1,900. i 160 acres of land, $2.700..
Christian Church with Mrs. Ed
Lot Va. to
Ensey. Arlington .
program topic at the Starke Gar
den Club Prevail teacher enjoyed a hay- J. M. Edwards, Starke, 13 acres MJTICE
meeting Monday nightin
'. the ride and hamburger fry last Saturday of land! $5,500. Notice Is hereby given that the
Gladys Mooty Episcopal Parish House. ,
following Clerics and Inspectors
.. night Noel P. Joyner, Starke to have
.r.bII..IT' "WIIII'r' Mrs.R. F. Young gave pointers ei>en appointed for the Gen-
.' : The group rode out to the Prevail Charles Gerald Starling Starke, eral Election to be held Tuesday
.on Spring planting and conducted cottage on Santa Fe Lake, November 8, A. D. 1960, in the Tar'
Card i Halloween Carnival
Begins residence in
Party a question and answer period. Saratoga Heights, IOUS precincts of Bradford County..
with Ethan Sapp as driver where
Country Club'sFall : Sponsored By The ;Mrs. M. F. Hazen first vice- they held a hamburger fry and $9,500. PRECI:t'T NO. 1-Lawt r
oresident presided in the absenceof Enza M. Blanchard, Lawtey, to Clerk; C. F. Carter; Inspectors:
SocialsThe Southside PTAThe the played games. James L. Waters, Lawtey 'parcel Gladys Carter, Alma Thompson,
president. Mrs. Paul Ray
,Assisting :Mrs Prevatt with Mary B. Moore. James H. Eunice,
mond secretary read a letter of land $3,500: I Earl C. Mosley and Louise C.
'land' Country Hallowe'en Carnival the 20 members attending was Rosier.
Starke sponsored
from Mrs: Smith Palmer Williams, Starke. to
DeVoe .
: ,t Mrs. John Shambarger. PRECINCT .NO. :North Starke
Club will begin Its fall social by the Starke ElementaryPTA f hE t.-
submitting her resignationdue Haskell Green, Starke parcel of I Clerk. Charts Hardy; Inspectors:
activities with a card party for will be held from 2 to 5 p- land, $4,000. I Juanita M. Hardy Ella Mae Chae
to health' will
her A
A president tain. Doric i:, Norman,
the membership to be held in the m. Friday at the school. E be apP'Jinted'a the next board Starke Women's Club E. K. Perryraan, Starke, to VV. Plankenship. Elizabeth Margaret T. Shatter.T.

pro shop Monday night, Oct. 31, Carnival attractions will Include meeting. .Mrs.: Hazen reported for Exec Board To MeetThe T, Jackson, Starke, parcel of 'Jlyrtioe>lId t thel O.1 R.Dennis Parka. W .C Rhoden

at eight o'clock. Dessert will be pony rides, train rides, fish pond the group which set up the Gar I land. $2,000.'Enin PRECINCT NO. S-sou Ik Starle
served. Those'attending may for .grades 1 through 3, and one Clerk. A. L. Crosby! Jr. Inspectors
den display at the County' Fair: 'executive board of the 1 Menzen Dade County, : Grace K. Jordan, Blanche
make up their own. tables and for grades 4 through 6; also guess Several recommendations, were Starke Woman's Club will meet' to Tolbert McCoy, Starke 25 acres Coooer Vaughan. Dorothy J, Shep-

play any : 'd''game of their your weight nail driving contest, yp ,, It' s made for money making projects Thursday afternoon Nov. 3, at of land, $11,300.W. \V.oard.Bishop Edward and W Jrt-e'lc A'oolWth.H. .Noegek Lillian

choice., and .dart games. Each game will ..Yzr during the: coming year. Mrs J. 3:30 o'clock in the club house. T. Jackson, Starke to H. PRECINCT. 4-Graham
Other forthcoming social events be 10 cents. Pre-schoolers are D. Doyle Roadside Beautification A. BishoD Jr... Stark,. Barrel of Clerk Clarence u J. Framer; Inspectors
: Irma M. Cain. Buni V
will include an outdoor ''oyster welcome.A chairman. reported she had i I Baptists Give Pastor lend $1,000.Charles Broughton, and Ftonnie Lee McKln-
17 and NewYear's I .
November a
roast on prize for the, best costumefor checked. with the State Road '. M. Schmitt, Administrator n vPBFriNCT

dance for members and a boy and a girl will be given, Dept. superintendent on beauti-! Pantry ShowerThe of the Estate of Fred Hess, W. NO.H Maxwell.'SIlampt.a1'terk Tninectors:

invited guests.At and judging:will be done at 4 p. fication of parkways on the new de eased, to Floyd R. Crosby, UlMan Xeta V L. Johnson Hall. F\pv I* Cannon..
end Gordon P.tfadsnorth
a recent board of directors' m. road 301 North. W. M. U. of the First Bap- Starke, parcel of land, $3,000..Winifrt"d Sr.pprriNrv t
meeting, H. A. Bishop, Jr. waselected tist Church 'gave a pantry-food N. \n. n-T w.*nClfk
There will also be a. country 5 The hostesses served pumpkin Green as Guardianof
as'the president of a, a't John F. Hammond: fnsnert-
new store featuring cakes pies all 4 {rw. -x pie and coffee"during. : the social shower Wednesday morning DeRitch Green, a minor parcel ors: Mattle S'M.,v MHitr L Brin-
the Golf and Country Club to the Pastorium for their new pas- of land, $1,500. ann arid Haz'l| I. Unwell.PHKCINfT .
kinds of baked goods, and '
NO. T-Nn Rice.
succeed Clyde Terwillegar. who items.A tor and his family. Rev. and Mrs. N. L. Knight, Starke, to L. J. Ch>rk. Marlon Floyd Wiggins In-
will serve as vice president. ; ; t' Leo Herbert and three childrenof Kite Starke, timber of "flE'"or:'<'h.>-tr K *ndr"ws. Beu-
on parcel
chicken will be WMU President Fetes ,.
fried supper Tallahassee. lah Mae Moodv and o.) thy L An-
served in the cafeteria from 5:30: : land. $1.500 d.>r.-'"
New and Old Members John D. Duval PHTNCT' n..kn
Patterson Coun-
TUB SIGHT FODf tvt sue until 7:30: at $1 for adults and : Clerk Thrtiias' P, Hamilton: Inspectors'
way yon write Com to and Ie- 50 cents for children.A Elementary PTAThe ty, to Rachel Hamilton Jacksonville \ 'f. H*\'" lest favorite ESTERbROOE Mrs. W. B. Mundy, out-going two lots in Crystal Lake 'Ix and War"Ft, MlvIIP Jr.
JOur floor show will be presentedat pv opnvn OP the p.or of
president, entertained the New
Fountain, Pea TELEGRAPH. Starke Elementary PTA Homesteads, $1600. the County Cnnmsirner' <' of r.rad-
5:30: and 6:30 p .m. River Baptist Association WMU fnrd Courtv Florida this !6 day oft.t..tiee
: will meet at 7:30: p. m. Tuesday June T. Brinkley, Starke, to
MrsAl. Crosby Jr. is carnival ( A, D 1968.
: executive board ,
retiring and new .
Nov. 1.Changes Ray Armstrong Jacksonville, res- OFFICIAL. SEAL)
u chan-man. Dolores Briceno Weds Rodman UnderhillIn members at luncheon at her home idence in Indian Beach on Santa Chrl A. Darby

Ceremony At. St. Edward's Church 'ton:Tuesday., __ .____ AnnouncedIn Fe Lake 12500. Clerk Its
I PresbyterianVomen ., introduced ai me meeting uU l; were L. K. Whitehead Waldo to I '_: : ;' ; ,=-:: :_,)

Hold MeetingThe Miss Dolores Elizabeth Briceno Michael Gilhoolyserved as usher. Mrs., JH.. Mabry, Jr., the new Catholic Program I Richard B. Rodersan. Starke. a

of Waldo: and Rodman Underhill I, Mrs. Briceno, the bride's mother president, and her committee: Father Connie Dougherty announces lot $1,300.Lawrence. I
Women of the First'' Presbyterian Mrs. A. C. Harley, prayer chairman William Batten. Brad-;'
lace "afterfIve"
Jr. of Starke were united in mar- wore a navy blue the following changes in FloridaTheatre
Mrs. L. L. Dyal of Brooker, ford County, to Thelma McGee,
Church held their accesso- :
gen- riage 'at 4:30 p. m. on Saturday, dress, with navy previously announced schedule'of
mssmvimMOSS eral meeting Tuesday night Oct. Oct. 1, at St. Edward's Catholic ries. Her corsage was of pink car- Community Missions; Mrs. R. O. activities for St. Edward's Cath- Starke, parcel of land, $1,500.

25, at 8 o'clock in the Sunday Church in Starke. Father rations: Dansby, Stewardship; :Mrs. Grady olic Church Percy Griffis, Lawtey, to Bry-
Corne-l Bishop, of Kingsley Lake, Mission : antE, Reddish, ten
SPANISH School building. lius Dougherty officiated Mrs. Underhill, mother of the The Catholic children's religious Lawtey acres
bridegroom, wore pale blue satin Study; Mrs. E. L. McElroy of of land:!, 3000.
Rev: Barry Van Deventer in- double ,ring ceremony.The instruction will be. held on Wed-
Hampton publicity; and Youth B. E. Reddish, Lawtey, to Paul
with design, accessories -
stalled officers for the coming bride is the daughter of nesdays instead of Saturdays. The
and carnation Directors, Mrs.: C. L. Cooper, Mrs. Griffis, Lawtey ten acres of land
year preceding the business meeting Mr. and Mrs. Edward Briceno of pink cor- children will meet in the parish
Clyde Lamee, and Mrs. E O. El- $3,500.
'wh1 h,was conducted by'Mrs Panama City,. Republic of Pana- sage.After hall after school. Father Dough: ,
der. Daisy Starling, to Paul
THUS! W, J. Epperson n, president. ma, and the bridegroom is the I the ceremony a recep- erty will have the high school age Lawtey. Sat. Oct. 29
tion was held at the home. ,of the W. Walters Middleburg, parcel of
:Mrs. John '
Feature Program1st.
Haney presented an son of Mr. and Mrs. Rodman group as planned.The Triple
land, $4,000..Heirs .
interesting program 'on "Charac- Underhill of Starke. bride's grandmother )Mrs. Mary- Johnson-Mann women of St. Edward'sAltar .
Louise Ferri in Waldo., of Richard A. Griffis, deceased Feature
ft moth rs beautiful shc.ie teristics of A Christian assistedby For the wedding the ,church Arrangements Society will meet Thursday .
trees and f bearing trees b>; Mrs. Guy Andrews, Mrs. Billy was decorated with baskets of of, white gladioli and ,pompoms Marriage&Setf1 ,", Nov. 10, instead'of on the second to William McKenzie! -.5

restricting breathing. Florida Pe' fowling, and Mrs. Carl McManus white: gladioli and chrysanthemums were used in decoratingthe Mr.' and ,Mrs., Harold* J. John- Tuesday due to a conflict with of Groeneveld' land, 12500.New York, 36 acres nuT STOIMID THdit

Control i. equipped to kill It'< During the social hour, Mrs. W reception rooms. son of'Starke'announce the ap- the national election date, Nov. 8. 1 :.... IIACH JTHUNDERBIRDI
I .' ..T' The buffet table was centered Viola Griffis, Lake Butler, to
protect your Investme, T. Jackson and Mrs. Van Deven- The bnde, who was given in with.a three-tiered wedding cake, proaching" narri .ge"' f' their Otherwise, the regular meetingwill James B. Whitehead Lake Butler,

[f expert service Is just as neor ter served refreshments. marriage by her father wore a 'decorated with pale ,rosebuds'and daughter, Janet Marie, to Louis be held: on the regular 'day. 80 acres of land $8,000.

| your'phori. Simpty call:' gown of hand-clipped Chantilly 'pale green leaves, and topped Albert Mann son of Mrs. Gertrude -I L. 'E. Jones, Lawtey, to F. R. A IUUlLIC "ctun
U.D.C lace. The basque waist, with sequin Hoffmeister'and
Meeting I the late
Carradine Lawtey six acres of
i with a miniature bride and
slarred Sabrina neckline billowed groom. I Land Sales Hit
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: Roy Hoffmeister.- .
FLORIDA -' land
,, Later in the evening the couple I with house, 10000. 2nd. Feature
,W, T. Weeks Chapter U. D. C.. into bouffance. Alternate The wedding will be an event .
I left for a short wedding trip .r. ,A. Davis, and J. T. Quigley,
will meet at the home of Mrs. tiers of'pleated tulle rippled into to Daytona Beach. The bride .of Friday evening Nov..4, at 6:30: Starke, to Bradford Building Supply -
wore '
&. CHEMICAL, CO, Lester. Crews, 305 W, Madison the chapel train. Her bouquet was for traveling an olive dress with o'clock in the' Madison Street $183,000 During, : East 'Call Street.Starke, old I I IF IS

" Street, with Mrs. W. F. Glenn as an arrangement of 'white orchids. matching jacket and accessories. 'Baptist church with a reception Quigley and Davis Supply Co.,
DIAL 4-3965 co-hostess, on Wednesday after- Thebride's only attendant was : following in-the educational build- "
They will leave to the 15000. a '
on s trip -
IYO noon, Nov. 2, at 3:30: o'clock.FREE .. her. maid of honor, :Miss Sally Ing. Past Month '
j ., .. .. ,.. Republic of Panama the last of ClarenceMoore, Starke to J. T. ?w x r.
'- w "" Donaldson of Waldo who wore a All friends ,and relatives of the '
this month, and will reside in fatten Starke a lot, 1000.

.. .' over blue,taffetaT ballerina length- -lace, dress. T Starkauponr their...Q rni,, ;<,_ couple, are Invited, to attend Bradford County land transactions ', R Jones 1" Lawtey to lw W.
T Jacksonville 20
picking after a slow acres .
: ., SHOW Richard best man Forsythe for Mr.of Underhill.Starkewas Starke Women Attend I Little Women' Hold summer, totaled $183,000 duringthe i of land,' 8000. -' ''':,0 ,' 'I;:, "
: Miles L. W. Weaver Allentown $
Beatnik past month September' 20 :
Saturday Morning 10:00 A.M. Deanery Meeting a. i Party, through October 24. Penn.,. to- Bayless Corbett, parcelof ; alllYS!
I land, $3,500.William .
First Baptist YWA's Women : Members of the Little'Women's Only sales. of $1,000 or more 1111.Jr
from ,
Starke attending E. Henderson Marion
Club and Hi-Y club will hold 'a are listed here. Prices are figured '
: SHEP COMES HOME Enjoy BanquetThe the recent St. Augustine ,Deanery Beatnick from documentary stamps affixed i i lb.IfODI
i party Saturday eve
meeting I
were: Mrs, Owen ..iredlal( !
at 8 o'clock in the I to deeds filed in the office of the '
YWA's of the First Baptist Vaughn, president Of.SL Edwards ning : '
Woman's Clerk of the Circuit Court. ftit.D fr l ; altays
A floor show
AT put :
Church held In Altar
enjoyed a banquet Society .
; Henry Ste. ..
Ben y
F. Hall Starke to Con- --
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on by the'HiY's will be one of the -' IIUiDI
the 'recreation room of the 'First anelli, treasurer of the St, Augustine -" --.
Baptist Church Tuesday night, Deanery; Mrs. Richard features of the 'eVening. parcel tainer of Corporation land, $12,000.of America, il.ia':

FLORIDA THEA T E R Oct. 18, at o'clock., Richards. '''Mrs. Warren Roach, Barclay Develcpment Co. to BULLINGTQN'Smagic III mk!

An interesting program was and Mrs. Robbie Shaller.;. More Southside PTA Harold R. Scott, Keystone l

given during the business meeting than 160 women attended this fall Heights, residence in KeystoneClub
with Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. in meeting. Southside Elementary School
Sponsored the Estates, $12,100.
by Following Merchants\
: charge. Those taking part were Msqr John P Burns pastor of PTA will meet Tuesday night, A. _
Jerry Dyal Bayless Hi-way,
Diane Colson and Linda Hilde- the Cathedral gave an address ,of Nov. 1, at 8 o'clock.. A program, SIA.GSTUART -
to R. Starke 20
Harry Schleppi ,
GEM JEWELRY TERWILLEGAR MOTORS bran. welcome, and speakers included "The Dream Peddler." will be acres of land, $4,000. i ERWIN

The following new officers were Rep. John E. Matthews of Jack presented by the 5th and 6th 'stEElIwat.u: Rill .
D. Crews Columbia
;BROTHERS STARKE' elected during the meeting; Linda sonville, and Rev. Cornelius I grades. Refreshments will be Johnny I oI as Ia I'dIoIB raduttaI
Gulf Service Station County, to Harold Shiver,
Hildebran, president: Shirley Dougherty of Starke, served. All parents and other interested -
CO. Butler, one acre lot, $1,800.
r Morrison vice president; Sandra Father Dougherty talked on persons are invited to'
SIMMONS KOCH Johnny D. Crews Columbia
Rash secretary; Diane Colson the camp life at St. Johns Manorin attend. I 3rd. Feature
DRUG STORE County, to Ralph R. Merntt Lake R
STARKE, BUILDERS. treasurer. Switzerland Fla., and its I I I I
DENMARK FURNITURE 'SUPPLY The Ethel Biggs Circle, Mrs. Christ-like companionship, athletic Junior WomenThe !
COMPANY M. A. Payne leader,' and Annie program manual skills and Cash paid for good ttttn cotton .- I HELLRIDERSOF

LOCAL FINANCE Armstrong Circle, Mrs. W. B. prayer. Junior Woman's Club Exe- rats. .No Khaki or wool II THE SKY!
WILLIAMS JEWELRY Mundy Jr. leader were in chargeof cutive Board will meet with Mrs. I I
\ COMPANY! the banquet.NOTICE Greg Crawford Enters Drew Reddish. 1314 Searing Bring to Bradfora County Telegraph. II t

._ __ i Street Thursday evening, Nov. 3, .
7th Year
c Party
'at 7:30: o'clock. I

Little Gregory Crawford celebrated

: TO FUEL OIL USERS his on seventh Wednesday birthday afterr anniversary PyrofaxClean Gas I .

noon Oct. 19. with a party given I

by his aunt, Mrs. Cecil Rowe. I i \
A iimitic PICfUIf
This Notice applies those who have their Outdoor games were enjoyed by Dependable Economical i IL 1I
only to not paid past the 21 children attending and; ...

due'fuel oil accounts. We know that you want to continue receiving refreshments of ice cream and I Cartoon: Pet Peeve
cake were served. Each child received Guaranteed 100 Lbs. Per Cylinder -H ... ; I

the excellent service that you have been used to in. the past, favors of lolly-pops, bubblegum Sun Mon. & Tues.

'but to those of you who have' not paid your past due ,account by The. balloons lace covered and party dining whistles room: spot I I Oct. 30 & 31 Nov. 1

Nov. 1, 1960, your name will be turned in to a central office table held the attractively- deco Jdl GOOD HONEST'wEa electric eye I

where. list will'be compiled and furnished us for future reference. rated Assisting birthday in cake.entertaining and I DEaAQE!t GAS SERVICES M F does all the

serving the chilwen were Mrs. ,

Your cooperation in bringing your account up-to-date will have agreat Emmajo Hardenbrook, Mrs: S1-if-? SMIUNGGWJJJvnm c work!. I .g r.Ia of "i<' .
ley Gnann. Mrs. R. S. Muluns :GMUfATS EvERY D ; hI

bearing on your being able to obtain fuel oil on credit during Mrs. J. T. Prevail, and Mrs. M.: -t
,', CPJ'N" FULLY =
the coming heating season.Don't McMillan. We Appreciate AUTOMATIC FOR t OR< I ,
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'fUN WITH PHOTOCaAmn Magic Spot ,

Ladies Council Of.. Your Business Electric Eye tells you vhM to shoot! ,Cartoon: The Oily Bird

Christian Church A u when not to shoot automatically .jaM \

Delay Pay Today! no'convtrstont to'mak .1 wftik- Wed. Thurs. & Fri.

Circle Three of the Ladies I r ordinary built-in txposurt outer And Nov.2,3&4

Council of the ,FIrst Christian .Hb5 that's not an you grit Rapid Actio+si

Church met in the church annex Lever advancM film, cocks shutter. E

I FUEL OIL DEALERS ASSOCIATION with eight members and'two visitors We Carry A CompleteLine counts exposure; Proctor SLK tlgtdYalu. I : I '. :

: .present. In the absence of synchronized shutter Built-"

'. OF BRADFORD COUNTY the program chairman. Mrs. of Appliances in self timer; Unimark Wttztar TM.
Equilla Roberts :
: gave the devotional
i coated lens; lif.siz.l:1
.- from Matthew, The program .anwws seschrearsooucnoccI'

Freeman Register T., Ge. Hazen, Jr. : '"' topic members was "ExCuSes" with all ; t Aa IUI. a'i
present taking partDuring .
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Mrs. Millie Fogg her report
K. G. Duncan Jerome Johns Oil Co.
for the year. Get well cards were WOo WO I
STANDARD OIL AGENT PHILLIPS. 66 sent to Mrs. Mary E. Wynn and I

Mrs. Alva Smith. The 4-7551 ,
circle also 4-1551
John: A. Torode plans for the program at the A 4'w sy 11 mixaeYIrT
SHELL JOBBER church on Nov. 3. OoE9W

-.f Everyone present. Including the ', Cartoon: Lovelorn Leghorn

-=- .,. ,.. .:. pastor, enjoyed a covered dish I. .. '" ,', -,- ', .. '..', "
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m.0 i Committee was held last Saturday -
: t toil
editorial ;
Formers Diary t TH V'RSCRYi afternoon at Satsuma Fire
I Tower on Highway 16 near Penney

By Sam McGarvey / : ',TRICK OR TREAT I II l Farms.- '
Theevent was financed by
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For the English equivalent-our>-S .-t : i iI the friends of forestry, and hush-
Those Who
Forget ---
Bank program which we found'I.],- I 'TOR puppies for the supper were pro-
interesting. While in some, respects I 'ided'and cooked by Dixie Lily
P/ Never Have Known the English plan is' 'simij Bradford ,County :Hospital an-,!I, with James Starling of Starke in

lar to ours, one difference is that nounces. the following-- births: I; ;1 1I charpeVtop

Sometimes a reader speaking from his heart through"a English apparently realize the I 3 r. and Mrs. Loran C. Brown. \

letter to the editor" can write, a better editorial than the importance of .small farmers, for .Starkeson., Dennis Lee. Oct.!I 1M
/editor himself. I' one section of their plan is setup 'i i 19*: .f,
for, growers with from 20 to I j tr" and t 'Mrs. .Lester Prevatt !
Such a letter appeared last week in the newspaper published !
.in neighboring Green Cove Springs. Because the writer Lloyd Griffis, of the berry- 100 acres. f j Starke, a daughter. Brenda Kay,
speaks .from personal experience,because he speaks from growing family, ran out of plant? Oct. 19. I
Over in
when setting out, and he was only England, rabbits a PMr.. and..Mrs.. Eugene Eunice r
he the
his} heart because speaks truth, and because he reminds '
parentlv are a nuisance for the)
able to set out 0,000, instead of Lawtey, a' song :Eugene Lamar
us of things we have forgotten-or never have I of
may Ministry
I the 100,000 he planned. He is not Agriculture will pay I Eunice. .Jr,, Oct. 19., -
known, if under the age of 35--we gratefully reprint his he half the cost of..approved expenditure -
I using j jMr.and' Mrs.;: Dclph 0 Reddish,
letter as a better editorial than we could possibly write in th'Eeason on rabbit control to properly -
had thought of trying some .St .rke. a son, Mark
;, Whitney,
these final weeks before November 8. constituted rabbit clearance
He said his planting looks : Oct. 21. r
Read and remember, you readers who have known but I I fine, and that some of the plants societies.
I )Ir. and Mrs.: Thomas
may have forgotten. I are making second ,runners. Tyer, II. .. 1i
For another thing, a rebate Melrose, a son, Thomas /
on Jackson o
and learn S's
Read you readers who never have .known, I "
the I III. Oct. 22. t
rest of cartridges bej JTyer
may :
of hisi
We're going to get some I 1
claimed by those who have taken 1S i
i plants and set out a small bach ; Mr. and Mrs. Donald May, Law- y
'Dear Editor: i so we can enjoy having our own pert in the organized'shooting''of!. fey, a daughter, Brenda Jean, 19 60
In 1928 we had to choose between a Catholic Democrat, fruit again. A few hundred wood pigeons: and other harmful 1' Oct. 23.SRDTo. A REALLY

Al Smith, and a Republican Quaker, Herbert Hoover. I plants, taken care ot should L I birds. I' SPECIALHALLOW N -FORtHEWORLD'9

Again in I960 we have to choose between a Catholic i give us enough berries to fill our We sometimes refer to land I I Straighten CHILDREN{ i i .. I off the

Democrat, John F Kennedy, and a .Republican) Quaker, Ii Iinichard. freezer, 'S. i lover here as worked out. although 1 301"'Through Waldo I I $ -with! paid a ban hoar nt

M. Nixon. .I most of our farms in this
i Mowed our "sedge-grass field" area j 1 I The .ilYP. and Juniors of the ,less of nationality. It has as its !
In 1928 we: made the mistake of the ages by choosingthe have been under cultivation for I The Alachua County Commissioff -Methodist LOCAL FINANCE CO.
this :week .and it ,brought back a I Churchill be callingat I major project of the U. S. ;
Republican Herbert, Hoover. Generations to will less than 100 Yet the i has approved 'ComI I Our
come flood of memories .of,the davs we years. Eng a State Road doors in the community this:jmittee' the Trick of Treat for loan service is the last wordin
remember the cgraplete collapse of our economy and the had worked in that field, when 1 lish have used some agricultural I j Department survey for straightening Saturday night for the annual!)UNICEF (United Nations International speed and reliability. make

.starvation, and misery that followed. growing berries, sweet potatoes, land for 1,000 years, and it is I I U.: S. 301 through Walio. UNICEF collection, sponsored by:]I Children's Emergency I II loans!!, at low-cost on any suitable
Banks by the hundreds went: broke. Farmers lost their ,. green beans and other crops. For still- producing year after year< ,, The new route will eliminatethe all churches. j Fund ''; I
tyomes) and even their farms by foreclosure. Large and small insance, we noticed the large so ideas.thev must have some' good', ''. highway:og-leg' section where the Here are some facts about this :i I f Everyone authorized to make a ;

businesses,were forced to close their doors and there were "'sand .spot" of poor soil which makes a 90-degree .turn UNICEF for Halloween collection:[collection for this drive will be '

no jobs to be ,had anywhere. \Why mention more, when 1vall e ; produced small, runty plants :and Although along with place atthevWaldo.traffic' will be a straight light. In its held each year all over the U. Si i i(identified by wearing 'a tag so

remember 'so well those lengthening.bread lines? i produce, no matter how heavilywe else we have to more everyone for from where 301 line..route I UNICEF is .a. part of the United i i
pay our I enters Waldo
In 1932 this Al Smith-whom defeated fertilized. It is now covered i Nations, created in 1946 by the;. specifying.Forestry
same man ,
we eggs we are pleased that at l leastthe .from..tile'ofth .to the.sharp
in favor of Herbert Hoover, placed .in nomination with vegetation, but not as vigorous egg producers are getting 'a south of town. curve General Assembly It is governed i; : fish: FrAt / tIE

for president the greatest name in Democratic history, as elsewhere in the field.' It decent return for their..investmentand I The survey and relocation had I by an executive board of 30 na-: Satsuma Tower '
could be repaired, we thinkith I tions. It helps governments to : t tft
Franklin Delano Roosevelt.We labor. But broiler raisers are been prepared. in connection with '
lot of help
manure Assistance is giv- l
were hungry and.had,, to walk to the polls to vote .. still the victims of a scheme i in plans to four-lane about! 41-4: I en. A fish fry, sponsored by the ,
but we chose Franklin D. Roosevelt, sand from the time- of In mowing the field, we cutdown which everyone makes .som I 11 iles. 6f "the highway' Jrom the basis of need, regard- Clay County Fire Prevention

his inaugural the nation moved. forward and into frontiers a few hundred pine' seed money except the. farmer. south city limits o1"Waldo. to the';'r- I

then unknown. lings, and it is easy to see why south'Bradford County line. The north-,
mention only a ..few of accomplishments of this Florida now ranks fourth in the: Friday was "TV day for Sam be curves at Waldo :will also,
(IT straightened.
' great Democrat nation jn acreage .signed up for.. for teeth] and he is now
: tree planting under ConservationReserve. I sporting a fine new.set of ."chop Alachua l County officials said
1Ve now have bank security (Federal Deposit In .Slash pine takes over a i pers/ He felt at' first as If he hada }It ,.will be "several.months"' beforeconstruction 'nUN"T TRY TO $ WEEPiT:

surance Corporation). In other words. under Republicanism field on our place in about five I mouth-full of broken egg shells, actually begins. No

a bank could, close its doors and tell widows, orphans? _and years. V and looked as if he had a toy piano right of way has ,been acquired. 1\i :

air of us, "I'm sorry we squandered your deposits." Under in his mouth. Now he is ,

the Democratic, plan your deposits are insured up to $10,- Ever hear of topping out fieldrp111 ] waiting( patiently. for "3" day "raisers had better keep a lookout
000. ,to increase the yield? Well]1 is steak), as a year between steaks. for -rustlers. Prices are high en- INDER- THE RUG '
there's a nothing to it, according a long long'tilDe.. ough now to encourage larcenyof

?2. Under Republicanism\ all farms and rural areas werejndarkness ,fo.testll.conductoo recently, which I. s stock; so better keep an eye on '..
,becauseftiere. : : was no electricity in these areas showed that untoped corn p r oAnd I peaking of ,steaks, ,stock 'your herds. !! "
?o (jight the} farm or, \to, refrigerate the perishables-and .dosed more than that which was ro. <

none of -the Republican private enterprise" ,boys were doing topped., :,i AMBULANCE, SERVICF ." WitH MR. NIX'ON"'
anything or6uld have done anything to extend the S. ;
*lines into sparsely settled rural areas. Now we have TV A Ever heard of a.'chocolate" persimmon PHONE WO 4-2600

and REA and the .country people have, light refrigeration, first time? We this heard week.of It one is'sup for the- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral: Home fV'
and $e electrical conveniences their city cousins.
same as posed to be dark colored, and the DeWitt
C. Jones
Registered FuneralDirector
3. Under,, ;.Republicanism there had never been a dollar' fleshy part is of a chocolate hue, 11 t '
and we are assured ft! is sweet. Starke, Fla. K
ot Federal aid available for schools nor a dime for school

1 lqn hes. Under the Democrats thousands of classrooms and We have .. S Rental, Service: Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs, Crutches ..

school cafeterias have 'been built and supported to provide I a booklet 'describing, '. .. '
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wnmahins school lunches.The..Republicans have been forc- 1? r, .ry. r ,
edto, continue this ; it }
program by public Demand once was I S ;
started-but they never would have started it of their,own i'1 .
volition ? ctA V

4. .Under .Republicanism Federal aid to hospitals ,and IT'S; ILLEGAL t

medical,. research was unknown. Under the Democrats ,we V

saw?,hundreds'' of fine Federal-assistance built hospitals. '. V ,
mescal l "research laboratories Corking daily ,to "J ler atefUffe1ip.

; ., and find cures, for incurable diseases. lRIN- tg

5. .:tinder Republicanism no thought was even ,given, : V .:For Any Person Persons Engage in A F .

to old, age security-Under the Democrats we gained. Socialecuxity ;r, ,. t,
$ .for senior citizens and their dependents, and for V > .
disabled workers; as well. 3 pIc '
: 'Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless fa si I
Summjiri ing ,the Democratic accomplishments: .. .
1. Dank deposit security (
of .Republicans who called} it socialistic c). '. .- y .
2. Rural Electrification i (violently opposed by Repub- *? : The Name Is I Registered t d V <; : .: V i '
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licans-even ..today-on grounds that .lit is socialistic). V VV : : 'I. -:.

'3. Aid to schools, lunches, ,etc. .(opposed by Republicans '( .
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and a f Democrats who call it socialistic.) .. of '
,Read This Florida TaV : .d.. ,
4. Medical aid for the ..sections unable to build hospitals V 'J...

and,: research. .laboratories (strongly opposed by ..Republicans .. .
and some doctprs who are. now enjoying a }hand +I F
"It shall
sore ,pro.ft( \by practicing in these "socialistically" built : for any person or persons as defined,, to .

hospitalsapd.benefiting $y the resultsQf these Democratic enrage in business. as,herein defined, .under a fictitious Herein ,.
; name. as defined ,
started medical research(discoveries). without and unless said fictitious t name ra shall be registered x with'.' the .. Well, Come Right In'

5. Social i 1 Security (again (.opposed .by Republicans ,as _clerk!of. the.circuit.court! of the countY'1heie the principal place of business, A

the "last ..straw". of socialism). .is, with= registration shall consist. of. filing with.the:clerk aforesaid an ,af.

4Qd.1r; rnillions of widows, orphans and old people are all fidavit those: signed.interested by all in interested the Business; perso ,'stating;::1 under oath the'names of :.JOIN OUR DEMOCRATIC LEADERS

drawing' this little. monthly t check, which means the difference enterprise, the extent of the ,inter -. ,. 0 ,
between loss of. ig1\>:'lsfjIf, respect, and independence st of each, and the fictitious.name und rwhich said business is carried J -

.through Social'{Security, payroll:is deductions.not charity. -We pay' 'for this, insurance, on.to. engage Said registration in business may under not a"be fl iaiti:!made until% th6fpe shaD pr p nJDDS desiring. I BRADFORDCOUN'fY AND VOTE 'FDR

have advertised
Just the .1, his or_
suppose Republican
Party had had its way.*'We their intention to resister.said fictitious '" '('.
would not have jiad Dingle nanp at least flncca ,rforJ9
; a one,of'tfie ,D1'ecedingaccomp .
lishments. There is not one single jnajor social l 'achievement consecutive weeks in some newspaper as define 'y law! 'in'the eomdj

to the credit of the Republican' Party. where said registration.b.bt'made.and i ?_ : laid relation shall not,W 'WE"NNfD Y and j jFor OH N SON

The GOP has fought each and every attempt to i imPfpye ,accepted by the clert .of the circuit; Ut*except apS( receiving proof of

the ,social well being of the average ,man. Certainly, such publication. m' .. -., .-
they have been forced to grudgingly adopt,, ;and continue "" "

spme of the Democratic program 1 because> the public would '" ., ,.
rise up in arms if all the gains of t ,.t ] mon mannstarted' 1.. ;;. "
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dWlpgqe: Roosevelt administration, were snatched away t .iU ,: '
Rut thee>; is still the tact} core of opposition in theJRepub- I

Jican Party to these measures valid if ,they ,ever feel l 'than +I: ,If you are gedmliisiness mier ii&aie r < t=if5

sekes powerful enough ,to Meld I h g,axe,[\they-,wiU: .c.ertaiply : : ; I i irV !i
d9,so. _
\ am strongly inclined to believe that # ..these Demo-I hanyouriwnandhavenotladisname) ;: ; .

cratic:inopd; gains are ,socialistic then. there. are 4lots; of : e Ve ,V .

socialistic-mindcdpeople in the same.boat4wiili-.me. \ .
Let's vote for the great DpmocratinJdeals.Rutlinedabov iVll'

by supporting 'John F. 'Xenpedy&nd' ,Lyndon ,jl Johnson properly advertise diaptiregisterel! ; ,we wfflbe ; _

on, November. .'. 8. ,.... tt !I

Thomas Sincerely J. Knight.. ,glad to.give yoaaflflecessary. Information. .asio V .;' II r I

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Ji :Two Men and are presently taking eight Bradford High School. Chesley field for >his alignment t 1'LrK1EtiUa"YAL+ kitiLllti I cause and that the- relief sought to !County Florida and having a general t t'-rk Of TUP C "oif. Curt.
Young .j said suit is to remove clouds from I circulation in said County. Er ,iJf'rd Ci.unti, T orlda.Ky : .
' weeks of basic training at Fort I was employed by the State Road Both men volunteered-{ t. ,the CilUKCH and to quiet and confirm the plain1 1 Witness my hand as Clerk of the ; star an t. .>&K-. .
|'f Lnlisi In Army Jackson. S. C. Department. Dickie Dixon a 1959 Regular Army'thfoughVthe; : career )1Jund/ auzuw, it.a. u.; Mona tiffs' title to the above described Circuit Court of Bradford County, I fieri- C ,*-' ..
lands as an indefeasible" tee simple Florida[ and the seal of said Courtat Thenm A..awn.. Jf.l -
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}I'l or Sbfci i li Trauiin Sgt. Buck Weaver Bradford Biadford graduate whose par- group,-plistmerit apt o 1rth t al- listic II. w.. 1.vw, title thereto against the claims of Starke, Bradford County Florida P. u. Drawer 7>t _
g County recruiter, said that Ches- ents; Mr,.,and Mrs. O. G. Dixon lows men to select their, field,o( t rvicea. 7:30 'p.' ni rou and each of you: and yon are i this 11th day of ' I "Come, let ns reason together" hereby summoned ordered and repaired 1 ( OP THE CIRCUIT COURT) Attorney for Plaintiffs
/Two Starke men enlisted earlier ley A. Parnunore. Rt. 1. Box 52, live at 122.S. Walnut St. chose training before entering sen1c .n file year answer or written Charles A. .Darby ;I9-13 It-U-J 4

f. to&th' for special'training enlisted for the Army's Corps of I the clerical and administrative!i i All tests and .requirements: aie !. Tke Ctrralt Cart Of The Eighth,said defenses cause in to the the office complaint of the un In= -- ..
Since graduaton from administered in :'Jacksonville for I .h"I kW Cirailt Of Florida IB. I
1gllatftita !in the- Regular Army Engineers. j And F.r- Bradford Ci r dersigned Clerk of the Circuit ,! Thafa Our Business
ty: ;,(Court at Starke. .
the assignments, assuring that : IB t'haarery Bradford County. M.
J each man Qualifies for the trainI .I Caw X.. 1->>:0 ;II. i off'\ovember j Florida on .or, 19SO.before and the'to TIth serve day a':;'' u It's Glass We Hart It! ..

: I I ing he requests. I I. -s.Jlcijulyn Ilex,, S. Amunda Boies* Defendant.Lutes Plaintiff\]tOP Ir.f)"plaintiffs thereof on attorney Theron A.whose fawn ad. CALL WRITE or VI4tTLASS.
; After basic trainin' both men i; NOTICE OF SLIT !flre'"slB.I Post Office Drawer "1. .

; :Will be given a leavtf! to return!I it f .In...."The... Name Of The State Of; <;tsrke. Florida nn or' before said.
date a* required by the Laws of Joe Peters Glass Co.
.... 1 home !before entering their >school j j l'O is| unknown: tea s.: Boles, whoseresidence'' viorid* and the Florida Rules of t
s training. Civil p-ocedure. rr you fall to do
i c. ; Vou .are- hereby notified that a .L,'o, 9 decree pro confessor-will be FOR ANY C NEED ..
suit In
Sgt. Weaver invites men and i equity in which th s. entered aR'ain..t yoa forb- relief
relit sought is di'orHhu been !..f' i w. ik IAdfrP+ S w*: Front*.
+ ;women who are interested in this Sonthea Quarter of Northwest >ltm
i I filedagainst you by_ Jac |ulyn Amanda :-lemanded! !.. the ..,
J 1 ,or any of the Army's guaranteed: i 4| Boles iq the above named it' i- Tt is .her...." Ordered.Mmnt nt Jost Mail U* Pattern for. ,
urtand cause, and you'are anm- -, Jh..thII'
: .; enlistment programs to contact ;nioned, ordered and required'to CUe: n.aPr r ... of Mica. tion and Notice[ 1* Tthfr Tr w' .f
"h..t' lu >
nn iHah) >
tf him at the Selective Service Office -,|your written auswep or defenses to' d once eat t1
t "1'0" tn- font 'r 1313 Phone FR.435R
theromplalot in saidanse in the n-rUIp..ynpkR i. N.W.-4th P!. Gainesville. Fix ,
i i ...,, i? i }pn the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays t office of the undersigned Clerk tof a FO-" "TI1 PT"It'P'T1Intu ft d
: icf each' month. said Court at Starke. .Florida on ,! e-svstwner published in Bradford
;, I or before the 15th day of -November.9ttt. > .-- ..
I t, ./t' r"r I \! rod trt sere a copy thereofon -
I ,';p' CHECK SOCIAL SECURITY !: Hoi Its "'. Knight plaintiffs at- -
I r t EVERY THREE I i j torneywhose address Is P. O. ins .t
r i ,,,a I II YEARS j! g42i: Starke, Florida, nn or before i ii I
IS GOOD ADVICE r i said date, ,
as required: by the f't
I ; ::. I II of Florida and Rules of Court If'' t S&H Green
r ._,.... .. ; .+ :t Wepive Stamps
I i ', ;: w e :y aw, :: It may be time once again i' you fail a i t to do a' decree pro': 61 tt
'.) ..Ty "' : \ 'confesso will be entered against I check on your social security I you[ for the relief. demanded in the
I k,. account according to John}complaint. :.::: I On ; Kerosene and Fuel Oil IU. i
This notice shall be published
W. Spann, Jr.. mar>ager- ofj I once> a week for four consecutive! --'t. ,. -

,I Special Offer For Students the Gainesville District Office of|'pro weeks ph. In commencing Bradford Ominty October T..!u.e-. !'

the Social
Security ISfii. I
tion. WITNESS:; my hand and the ..,.alj] :
of said Court at Starke, Florida,; Call 'The Fuel' Oil
Spann advised that this October 8th. 194))". I IISEAL
J I II I: >
now reaching age 65 need 41-2 : I
Charles A. Darhr .
I Famous I years of earnings on their ac Clerk of said Circuit Court I
I count. IA 1U12t) -it-3 ;
I, I man born in 1906 or '

I' [ later or a woman born in 1909 or The Tlrealt -Court Of TH. F.Iehth I II. No. WO 4-971x '

ESTERBROOK i later will need at least 10 years ladtrl.t rirenlt or Florida rn''
And For Bradford Ce sty, Ian j
in the system For disability. Cbaarery.

'I you ,need at least 5 years. fun \a. )%-922 I 1

If you will,write or stop in your Anna Charles E. Nlelgoa A, Niet&on Plaintiffs and his wife C. ,
Fountain Pens rs.
ti: local social security. office they .t. Marks, et al. RPfendsnta.SCIT'TO I Keros'ene Oil

i will furnish you a self-addressed OrderOf Publication QUIET TITLE And Notice,i or Heating

Plus Tao raid. Within a few days a statement To Defenrf In The Xame Of The!J
With Anv Point State Of Florida To:
of will I
I d your earnings be "
C. A. 31 J>}rk1. and his wife, ,AlUe
sent you from the headquarters >r, Marks;'Ed Rnteer and his x'lfe.1
>1n Baltimore. Maryland: if married; William H. Dnx' DURING; THE{ 1960-61 WINTER SEASON 4
I and his wife, Dora Howling if alive \
Of Your Choice I' According to Mr. Spann, it is and if any of the above named !
advisable for persons he dead then hlsr hers' YOUR TANK
unknown heirs devisees{ legatees j j'
t employed people to check their grantors lienors creditors, suc-i

(Esterbrook Pens Regularly Sell For $2.95) I account every three years. This sons'" nsors claiming 1 In Interest any Interest or other In per the ,) AND FILLEfr: NEE'DED"CALL '

i makes it possible .to correct any hereinafter described property by '
:record which through under or against each US TO-DAY FOR.COMPLETE'INFORMATION: .
might be
Points Available Bookkeeping General Writing not com
I : Shorthand, suoh deceased, and all other persons-'' .
i plete. Your furure benefit pay claiming any Interest In the pro-

Student Signature 5'jb and Others. :ments will be based. on earnings through natty thereinaftfr under or against described them bY.1 or'''!
. '
.credited to'your account. Itfier of 1hPm'and'; [srl other per ( jEROME. JOHNS OIL CO; : .
J Employers and labor organiza- I ons and lel entitles claiming
Ana risrht. title or Interest what.-1
I ) tions may request a supply of the ever In nr to the following land | YOUR FRIENDLY PHILLIPS> 6ft'JOBBER .
:Wage Statement Request for ituate In Bradford County, Flori-I :t

nTEBOOKS s cr" their employees. There is no..111.From to-wit-the houthwesi Corner of t PhoneWO 4-9711 743 Sooth Walnut St..

:; charge for this service. The social the East Half ui South rrt Quarter -'
II ,t :. 01 .Nuruuvtst/ Quarter of Secuuntu ; '
security district office
serving .
Township i South Range 22: ,, '
Red and White this area is located at 411 South- };&at, rug J.4" along the Southern''. __ __ ,_ '_ --l+ _, ; _-_-_-:
euge of tn6 said East Half of ,
r"J with "BRADFORD HI" west Second, Avenue. Gainesville dlhwetit Quarterof,! Northwest -
Quarter to tue Kast edge 01 a 200
; foot right of way uf State Highway
t Printed on Cover Plus Tax SEVERELY DISABLED 7u.U. (formerly State Highway .

WORKERS MAY NOW No.<; IS), a disunc-e uf U4.9 .
GET I feet to a stake thence run Northeasterly .
BENEFITS BEFORE along the East edge of | .
I} REACHING AGE 50 sofa right -of way of said highway : :. .'., -- -
lOc for 25cJ a distance! of !*0ii feet to a stake ) ':' :: ; ..
Crusader Notebook r-3 .
: Reg.; Paper "Severely disabled workers .no as point the of point beginning of beginning ia in the which West I j !:,_. Sl\ l/hr.c' ,., '.''f'.<<, ,,' .'

longer have to wait, until age 50 Malt of the Southeast Quartrr of !,
to set disability insurance Xoi-thweet Quarter of said Sec- i j \ '
benefits .
lion Township and Range thence : / R .
J Reg. 25c Composition Books. 20c each ," John W. Spann Jr.. district run Easterly" S69.6S feet to a point j'I '3' a ?
manager of the Gainesville Social thence run Northerly to the North .
roye -of said West Half of the '>
Ir Security office, haS announced. Southeast Quarter of Northwest .. ., .,, M. ., ,....., .. ,
r it t -; ..r Unlil jioWi.a disabJ .fiqrker gr Quarter' a distance of '417.4 feet to .. -- ; '1' ''1> -. .' ;... .. ...- .. ",
t 7 '
' -. h i oJ. a- stake, thelf e'ttiri Westerly"along"the .:: : kt.)1 I it
I/ self-employed:! person and his North edge of said West Half ''. < ", I, ".>"> ',,y.'<..;.. > I

family could not b e paid monthly Quarter to the right of way of ,; i"'I i"-- ::.
said .State highway[ a distance of .; 1
benefits until he reached age !!IIJ.% feet, thence Southwesterly along Alp.
t' aI 50. The law the East edge of said State
already thata

! SEE IT! TRY IT! disabled worker under provided 50 could highway to the point a of distance beginning of -M&7 the lands feet .,: l _':;' .

.. ., apply to have his social security hereinconveyed being in -thd West ta
Half of the Southeast of
Quarter .
I record frozen. Those who have'don the Northwest Quarter of .the said : :. -:..: .
.J '
i ii i '';his will be contacted by the Section, Township 'and .Range; 1
i J
social security office. THKHKFROM the right of way of ; r
: I 't:
Mr. Spann suggested that all State Rnad 200 conveyed by deed
recorded in Deed nook :53, at Pager
rt disabled workers who have !17, public records fit Bradford : > ;:'
i t applied to have thejr social sec County. Florida and a power line I
} easement Florida Power and -; : ,
to ,
t : NEWEST urity records frozen get in touch Light Company appearing of record --, .. 'J.,
: '
(I ,. with the Social Security offIce.'Generally In Miscellaneous Rook S. Page I,'
59! <.'nnblic record of said i;. :
e in order County. I ; .r THERE IS NO FEELING QUITE
f I IPORTA8LE' to qualify, a .OnnEi'INC.R.: 'ou. and each of :' .
worker must have worked under you are hereby notified thit a' snit :
FASTEST !social In equltv fist been hr-oueht alalnltvou > LIKE >
security for at least five
and each of von as! defendants 'l f. ., .
;years out of the 1& yearperiod M Charle A. Xielson, and his <; WITH>r> >HAVING MONEY-IN-THE-; '

:ending when the disability began wife. Anna E. Xi.l/n.! plaintiffs.'n :, SANK. ENJOY IT YOURSELF- ,
theabnre :entitled Court and > '
i i To be classified as disabled un '

.. der the social security. law, a person START SAVING WITH US SOON!
_.. r.. IT PAYS TOny
must have a disability so severe

i T.YPEWRITER :r: that he is unable to do a Trade with SLADE

i o. ,,, :,kind of work.
> .
IN 'tHE .tae I
\ .J Y. ; THE RIGHT POINT for the Gas

i I s j1 i way you write. Come 'In and Ie- (In City)' FLORIDA

WORLD ,l lirt your favorite ESTERBROOK
J s
J. % [Fountain Pen TELEGRAPH $6.50

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No Gas Cost Less ,p, __ ,__ ,_ _.-___ __ _," ": ._ _' > ___ ,_. ____ ___ ,'._.
t : Something New :

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I i; TERMS. I ,ii'f>,,'.3" "[,71.. iy .=F'r. :IJ'. \.s tf'AI.E. .51- a'jBEStf: !*',.: ..

YEARS AHEAD FROM The 1a +i 3 ,. kk4C'S"''. '\,,._>. "' ";,"K',. aJJ d;... 's-., f.<-, "" ,....._ t.t e ,, i e.'
[ fast, cletv&IMy -
ANY NEW to pate..


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Here's a portable that's ALt: NEW inside i fuminpcr&ieiout. r '
v Economical too.. I{ CONSOLE
and out! Galaxie gives better typing with lesv '' Doua"t1a'piW .f. '

effort than ever before. Trace its, modern: I lines.. IU. where it itatladatl a. rI, .' 1 AMERICAN FINE
.. ; r., < ; ptli LV f .,,.
the- .itbenbaat r
Try its responsive touch: You'll see why ..AhoJuW o .= r FURNITURE CABINETRY

Smith-Corona Galaxie is everthing ever, I, + \ r .' i
you I IIOD -Onr.ntft'. I : ; t:# MODEL F2755 -In Walnut veneers aad' hard- ,
: wanted in rtable. -' : I Ij 1 st>t > -: hardwood
a po 11? !ro lid, Mahogany veneers and "
j ?: re6linc! ...Dried is '
I .L 4 wood MUds, JfapSe veaeera and hardwood
i IeCODda.....Rabi o1t i '
1. -.' ."_.- t- 1! tI N.t Fa- 4 t .' ;t ,' solids or Cherry vPDeeI'8,and hardwood solids.. ..

r .c.. i .% is" overall{ dlag. picture meas. 282; sq. In. orrectangular
t FREE: from Smith-Corotm <.-?.-.. ,. 1001 1 ClSfI t "-' '. .
-- picture
I b- IWI
i I' with every Smith-Corona orta6le. AA' -'h, FAST

...,-'. ., .' complete I touch .typing!, ,course. ... .onVIU .- -- t f I 1Iaai.Sa boob i hc1Iats 11I4'"AId, I 01 ca->. ; ,. Only, $3.95 Per Weak .- ,

-., taco rdst! 52"95 : E.,- -" _-'' i ?o 'noast school soot ,;;_ ,1; ;; 18} \\> Serrice What We Sell < v --

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12 To 12Baby for 45 yards. Halfback Leonard I I Bantam Football and Mike Devrick played good Arabia cost 75 cents 'to mail and ti
I i
Duggar caught four of them for I' I tEl t
[ball for Koch while Randy f fi I\ returned
26 yards while end Kenny Ter- was by Smith registered:

Tornadoes tell caught one pass for 20 yards. Gets Under Way j[r.i Joiner Kirchaine George stood Smith out. and for Richard Ter-j-! !air mail at a cost of around I i; stoflentsen

The Starke offense I
only willegar's. I $1.56. Mrs. Crosby.said. Expense !
215 total yards during the With Two i
hotly j Gamesi of in ballots ,
Schedule for this Saturday: ,, extra postage sending

Tie Palatka In those contested in the ball second game half.most of I! r i Koch's vs Torode. 9 a. m.; overseas is paid by the voter. An I THE/\/ 1 \

!." Shell Products scored: North Florida vs Terwillegar, absentee ballots also went to Dr. I i 1

Coach Francis lauded guards: I twice .eaily. In the first quarter 10:15.: Chris Carratt formerly of Starke i \
and Mac Hall
Big Second Half their fine play in Tornado fore-for [ jYr j and sp2r4 the rest of the game i! who is now in Iran. BEST EO'J 1

wall. The coach also gave creditto tI fighting off h'jrth Florida Supply Absentee Ballot In addition to the full slate ofj;
Starke's Baby Tonuuoes played ,in winning 12-0 in the Bantam
tackle Harold Bishop for recovering candidates from President to I
comeback .. League football last I II I
football against Pa.latka's gcme Saturday -
fumble on Palatka's 35 I Deadline Near; : Constable, the big ballot will also !
B-squad Tuesday nightto morning i I II c
yard stripe in the fourth quarter. I I _
gain a 12-12 tie to preserve'. Cn the third play of the game. Election Nov. 8 I carry six proposed amendments -,: I
to the Florida Constitution
their record of I (
no defeats in lk i. Richard Williams ran 38 yards
five games times this season. Palatka Win I I for the first touchdown of the for approval or rejection by j custom fittedjiARTRlpGSTYrtJl i ii f
i the voters. One of these. No. 4, is'' i
BHS Coach Charles Francis Bantam season and after North Thursday Nov. 3, Is the dead- j
of interest to Bradford i 1'.,,__ uE' ",
termed the Tornadoes : Nets line for applying absentee ballots special
Baby first Steaks Florida failed to get a first down .
half play "lousy" as they entered 1 iI ',and kicked, Torode was back in in the November 8 General and other small counties in Florida -j \ {

the rest period 12-0 In the hole. I For Tornadoes II 1 I business. The oil boys moved the Election. Mrs. Marian L Crosby I since it provides fon writing j i 'I \
into the Constitution the equal
But the second half was a different -I ball to North Florida's: : 23 from Supervisor of Registration said $195
halfback I yesterday. Those who obtain balI I distribution of race track funds
story as Buster I Starke citizens and businesses where Tommy Lyons scamperedover I A
Hughes broke lose for 30 yardsto demonstrated their appreciation ; for the touchdown.t lots have until 5 p. m. Monday !. among: the 1 counties. If adopted, !
r paydirt in the third I, Nov. 7. to return them to the Su this would guarantee the contin-'
quarter, to the Bradford Tornadoes lortht The rest of the game was completely \
making the score 12-6 with lr spectacular victory over Pa- II i .ia dominated:! by North pervisor's office in the court- ted equal division of racing revenue -! ORREGULAJr:

Starke still in the hole. Hugheswas latka with a special T-bone steak' 'Florida, but they were unable to house. which brought $188,700 toj j .

the night's leading ground* rupper last Wednesday night in get a scoring punch. Torode's Mrs. Crosby said that so far | Bradford County this year. CHOOSEXPURBISTjslop |

gainer for Starke, covering 90 the high. school cafeteria. ;; didnt run a single play in the she has issued around 80 absentee;! The November 8 ballot is print-j I

yards in 10 carries to average All the BHS football: coaches,I I second half until three minutes ballots Uh 15 .of these going to ed in full on Page 12 of this issue i i j jTELEGRAPH

nine yards per try. ',Principal Hugh Ingram and ;had elapsed in the last period. persons overseas. i j of The Telegraph and all qualified I| ifl toiayt ..
Then in the fourth period full- voters j are urged to study it carefully iI
County Superintendent Harmon,II Wane Blankenship and: John One ballot going to Billy Smith i
back Rowan Thomas smashed P. Morgan were also invited to i Warren were outstanding on offense !' son of L. F. Smith in Aden bore going to the polls. |I \

over from 'one yard out to even the dinner. I I and Lyons stood out on defense i!' L, .
the score 12.12, where it stood I
Individuals and businesses ----: for Torode. ;

was when the the Tornadoes'contest ended.second Thomas lead.I I.sponsoring the dinner were: Tornado Stalwarts Ready To Go 1 j In the second game. Koch's I rA1ZVAREfSTORE I Men t s Clothing h '
Wayne's Superette L. A. Can- i
ing ground (team hopped off to a 6-0 lead in f E tablished 1894 Bradford CountySTART
gainer of the
night :ova, Carl Johns Sr., Fred Stump, (the first quarter on Greg Reddhh's i

with an 43 yards in seven tries for '.Freeman Register Jr., Seeber!i Against Live Oak Tomorrow ightI I 16 yard run. This looked I
average of better ---- -
than six Goodman S G. Denmark Inman i I I good enough until Jimmy Moore

yards per carry.Quarterback Green, Jimmy Moore A. E. Mc- Two Bradford Tornado stalwarts, quarterback Irwin ;Martin I I went around end for 31 yards to I AT ONCE .J
Bill Jackson I Sell It Rent It Trade I.AVON
com Kinney Jr, Stanley Noegel's Auto REPRESENTATIVES earn
pleted five of 10 shown handing off the pigskin to halfbacK Richard( Duggar, tie the game'up in the last few
Duggar passes attempted Sales [cook], Starling's Grocery.A. practice the deceptive ball handling that fooled tough Palatka minutes. Neither team was able to big money supplying AVON

r caught four of them for J. .Thomas. Jr., Terwillegar as they ready themselves for the team's third Keystone Conference move the ball after that and the Christmas Gifts. We train you.
'WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED Write: Ouida C. Sweat P. 0. Box_
game ended in a 6-6 tie.
of the with Live Oak.
game year
I I M II I Both Martin and Duggar will nee plenty of action tomorrow Reddish, Jay Roy Chasteen 549. Live Oak FU.JI .

T I .__ ___ -
night when the Tornadoes fare the tough Bulldogs. WKMORMI.* AWn RESOLUTIONS! J -- 4 Ct+tm r.r w.el >T 3ft MINUTES OF YOIRVALVAbLK

1..111111.,111 III" I valu :o WORDS OR LESS. Oae I.. rtl.. (Hlalmaw Cherx) ,. __. .!1 see IkU modern TIME masonry- PLEASETo homewith I
Ford Co.. Adolph Gay [cook].1 South Gate hardneud lers. II.... *!... I Iklt..II"

Merritt Williams Carl Lamar OfBlanding HEATINGSPECIALS BACH!: ADDITIONAL WORD OVER :0 _____ __.__ te Per Were ., 3 brd room, mitral beat UT
garage Cad aUMf. 154 114 ft
ae% DISCOUNT area 1B06 *q ft ever alL! Extra:
Crawford Bros. Service Station,I Opened ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID I* ADVAJVCB large lot. paved .tr rt. liraraaabledona
paMeat, balaar like rrmt.
Mitchell's Drug Store M. .C. --- --
i.r rj
Wells. S. L. Peek J. D. Doyle. I For Hunters WE HAVE a new Iu.&n program for FOR SALE It
Ernest Tanner [cook]. City Fish .... oJI farmers. Loans of 1 to 6 year Ready mix concrete concrete' block,
I for the entir credit require- rones., fence posts, sand cement- PEYTOFLORIST!
Market Edward's Phillips 66, Sen. Edwin Fraser of Macclenny ments of the farmer and his (am- Molar mix, rock steel, oyster shell, It* M. THOMPSON ST.
Park'Service Starke Motor Parts, I : ily. Galneiville Production Credit Li-nerock and Roof Gravel. Phone PHONE WO 4-4155 i
and Rep. S. D. Saunders of I r Association. laG forth Main WO4-2531, Bradford EngineeringCo. NIGHT WO 4.3891 or WO -1022UIHTISICTIVE
Townsend Strickland Charles Gainesville. tfch tfchg: PLWWEHSWK
Hardy and Dixie Motor Co. Green Cove Springs through a! WIRE FLOVVEH*! ANYWHERE

joint effort requested the Florida .J..lAA '; RADIOS REPAIRED M.4el Complete Tee Service tfchgSIMiER
All Make AU '
I Mrs. Williamson Fish and Game Commission, to, UMOMble Cbarcei rar..teM De-Mosa- SEWING MACHINE -
Pruning Bracing -
SHEPHERD'S RADIO TV reurttn-ntative will be In Bradford 'I'
cpen the'South Gate of Camp GAS I..... Gree. Owner big Cavity Work Tree Removal Co. Mondays and Frfdays. For er-
# Blanding xeservation 41: E. Call St. Phoae WO 4- 001Staike Transplanting vice on any make m acnbae writ
military '
Tuesday FU. call Sewing Machine Co.4i3
for Stager
tosses I I during the coming ,hunting sea Sapp's Tree SurgeonsPETE : N. Marion St. tlr- Phone 889,

son for the purpose of giving E COLONIAL FLORIST Lake City is. Tfch !
Mrs. Belle Richard Williamson Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke.
widow of Allen Douglas Williamson hunters of this area a more con Flowers wired any place. Flowersfor I STARKE PHONE WO 4S9K5For : FOR $ALE Prowling- age registered
venient access. to the reservation: all occasions locally. Phone Angus Bulls Price reason-
WE ARE LOADED WITH CLEAN 'hospital died Tuesday after in an a extended Jacksonville The Game Commission has ad WO 4-K291.: SOU' Raxt Nona ;t. tfchg able. Doyle ponncr; WO430t...tfllIlI'Cash .

I vised that the gate will be open Central And FOR fcENT-Furnished apart
illness. She was a native of Near
Reasonable rates.
USED CARS--AND THEY: ARE Starke.., and that a Game Warden Avill be ments.shopping center. Phone WO ,-ZOllor I paid for rood, clean cot

stationed there for the purpose of call at 21J S. Cherry St. (Shell ton rags. N@ Khaki or wooL

Mrs. Williamson; an accomplished enforcement and. .the selling of Space Heating Oil Co. Office. tfrhgIiASTINGS I II Bring to Bradford County Tele*
PRICED TO SELL / musician was the daugh'ter licenses. II r graph.

of .on, of Florida's pioneer The South Gate is a few miles MATTRESS I ,

settlers Capt. John C. Richarde east of Keystone Heights toward & UPHOLSTERY WORKS

I and Mary Olmstead Morgan. Jacksonville on the Middleburg-- NORTH FLORIDA St. i i REPOSSESSED
7.10. Lemon
1954 V8Overdrive whose ancestors settled in Groton, !
$$495 Ford Keystone Heights road, near Gold! 'PIANO '
Conn. in the 16th Century. Both Head Branch State Park. Furniture Repaired, Upholstered SPINET

Mr. and Mrs. Williamson were This will be much more con I SUPPLY & Refinished 19.50 Per MonthAlso

One Owner members of Christ Episcopal venient for sportsmen in the area I MATTRESSES\ REBUILTNew Complete Line of
Church in Bradenton where they
because they will not have to '224 N. Temple Ave. NEW \yURUTZEU PIANOS
were active in church and civic travel all the Innerspringsand Tree Surgery Call GUI
way around the Expert
$595-1955 StudebakerStaJg. I affairs for many years. .military reservation and enter i. Phone WO 4.2113 Box: SpringsDrop Agent .. AND ORGANS

Funeral services were held at 4 I from the Kingsley Lake side. : A Us a Card or Call 221 N. Temple Phone WO 4-3965 From 495.00

I p. m. Thursday in Jones Memorial
CLEAN fill
Chapel with RevR.. E. Maelilaw CALL Jackson for top
i bulldtiing and grading. W. T. 10t5 W. University Ave.
rector of St. Mark's Episcopal STA0 I Jackson WO 44011. etch

Church of Starke. officiating. HEADQUARTERS FOR t MRS. PEGGY SHALLEK, Starke,' Gainesville, Flar. Ph. FR 6-4143

$395.2.1955$ Ford Wagons Burial was in the family plot In r One and two bedroom apartments. Our, Salesman Is In Starker :
Crosby Lake Cemetery under the PRODUCE Lights and water included $45 pe Every Week.
I mo. Inquire in rear. 516 S. Epper
direction of DeWitt C. Jones I tt son St. Y. L. Kirchaine. tfchg
i V-8 Take Your Choice1954 Funeral Home.Methodist. INTRODUCTORYOFFER -

Xew and used Building Supplies
MYF Engraved Business Drive way pipe, Ii' lengths Jl.Ji
'. 6
$295 Ford V-8 Tudor Holds 'Slave Auction'Members -PEAS- Ibst 49c- Stationery Per B"n -foot.molding See Billy Supplies.Jackson. Jack tfchg SYLVANIA Sales Si Service TV's

FRESH 500 Letterheads FOR RENT 5 room furnibhedapartmtnis
Methodist 626. N. Church St. 1'houe
of the
500 Large Envdopes
\VO 4-ta"4 or apply at 518 N. Phone WO 4.&U1

$195 1952 Ford Victoria "slave Youth auction"Fellowship at 9 will a. m.hold Satur-a STBII1} BEflSS2"". --25' 500 Business Cards Chunv. St. tfchg .

day in front of the courthouse. FINEST ENGRAVING ih C. !.earn To Fly- Contact Lacy Conway -
i FRESH CUT WO 4-4051.
Anyone needing help for odd P."\1.\G: OF ALL KINDS phone tfchg
ALL FOR 48.05
$ Fairlane jobs is invited to attend the auction OKRA .21bs. 25 ISOS LAKE H. MARION CITY FLA.ST. FOR RE.VT: S rooms and bathfurnished -

$1095 1957 Ford Plate Included PHONE: 1227.Strkg 10,27 trance. Utilities apartment.furniehcd.Private U en.D.

BRADFORD COUNTY Green lUiford Rd. phone WO 41J2. -
Recent BirthMr. TELEGRAPHFOR FOR RENT 1 .sleeping room low its Il-J:
500 Fordmatic, Radio, Heater, Power Steering1958 iEllERSQVASH.-b5 .25c er. Private bath and entrance. .Call1 FOR RENT -- Kingsley Lake, 5-

and :Mrs. E. R. Moench, .- SALE -1 Magar Hand Massager after Mrs. Johnson 5 Mitchell's Drug Store. room houet. Gas, water electricity
N. C. NEW CROP like new. Cost J89.J5 will sell p. m. Up Very reasonable .Starke & Strip,
Starke. announce the birth o.f a tJ9; rash. 504 E. Laura St. Itch g phone L"3.781. 1taIO.OII
$' 09 Ford TudorGreen son on Sunday Oct. 23, at St.Vincent's SWEET 8 lba 7 FOR room SALE house- and 110 3 acre and farm 4 room with
Jacksonville. POTATOES 49cI Take up payments of ".17 per moon houses. $.OUO down balance ilk* HEW Aftn
I 24" Emerson TV Console. Dah- rent. W'eeley Crews, .Rt. 1 Lawtey.tp FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO
mere Gift Shop. Itch g TUB ADDRESS OF J. L. (Sam]
&: White, One Car Owner1955 LARGE RED ROME : 11-3 .\ DEwoX. FORMERLY Of
Blue Ribbons Closing out all.78 Speed Record. at rrAnKK.; WRITE P. O. BOX A.1-S.
tOr. Pa timer's Gift Shoo .tlcbg puppies. BRADFORD COUNTY TELE-
Won Fair 4 APPLES ,7 Ibs. 49c S mo. old. L. E. Ratliff, Graham. ORA PH. STARKE. tip
Olds .At I F<>fl SALE Everett H Jennings Itp' J
88 '
$695 Jordor ,..rr rnllapnible chrome wheel chair $49; FOR SALE 1 Invalid walker at FOR REXT urge TUdor style 4i
[Continued On Pare Six l INDIAN RIVER ,PINK Singer treadle Bowing machine mo- half price. Telep'bone0 4-1222 or >dronm brick house. Completelyrenovated
Automatic, Radio torlzrd, fU; Underwood No. 5 typewriter call Chlison, opposite Dethel Church. Inside: steam heat gas
Wayne Stalnaker and Eddie I .1 doz. $tft: various hounehold ______ ttp utr heater: backyard ..it nd.
:GRAPEF UIT 350 Items dishes, throw rues etc. 1 pth of block.1d..1 for small chfUdren.
Starling. i Craig, phone J78J' Keystone FOR RENT 2 bedroom house JPP! '2 blocks from Post Of-
$1 -1957 Olds Leaton Mathews' sugar cane 11..1..t.. ItpVKVER Nicely furnished. Mrs. J. D. Seynu rice A fine home for the dlwrfml-[
495 Super 88 YELLOW, FIRM ur. t<2 X. .Water St. 2tp 11-3 noting family man. See ,t 322 N.
and John Mannje's'pumpkin were Walnut ,''it. net key at 305 N.
also awarded blue ribbons. CLASSES for adults. AH FOR SALE 2 bedroom home, Walnut St. Phone WO I-1IJI.
I Ibs. .
BANANAS 3 < I I.ubje tl. Credit If wanted. Write with utility room automatic floor tfch
29c *
Hardtop, Air Conditioned, Full Power' Winners in the Home Demonstration 'Hirector. Pox 1190. Starke or call furnace Cor. SL Clalr and Bridges

school and other exhibits I IWO 4-3071 or visit Adult Educetion St $5,000. Phone WO 4- 511.! Small furnlehed apartment tot

will be announced next FRESH MUSTARD{ AND BUNCH I i Office.information.USO Bldg.Negro for adults additional 4tchg 11-19 ent., _..,""Se's'" ,.A......C.... Williams nn... Williams ft..h

Mercury week contact principal RJE SchooL tfchg FOR RENTtake front cottage ,
$1495-1957 Montclair TURNIP GlEENS! Bunch 29c completely furnished near Keystone FOR SALE OR TRADE % acrl[
Drive A Uttte-Bare 4 Lot. Unusual .IJfM",_ toe month. Mm. Oloott. rood SUITS Cane. Consider oiv
Robert I II[values In house trailers. Lake vv .jRII .ia.knnviP. Ct'HI" 11.10 share making. : ft up. See A. L. Bat
Convertible. Full Power, A Fine Car Strong Geneva Trailer Park, 1 mile S. E. '-" R'. 1 '41" \9-t1
I t Keystone; Heights on Hlway 100. FOR RENT 3 room with bath ,
tfchg r"rnb.hf'd apartment in Hamptoo. FOR SALE ; bedroom. 1% bath
SuccumbsRobert Mrs. Jessie Chastain, H.mptonTfcb living: dining: room *nd den mar
FOP. SALE Building lots and g coney haute on lane corner loi
$1951958 Hillman Sta. Wagon Orin Strong died Oct. A REAL I BARGAINu. acreages. Mechanical Draftsman with extra building lot. See by apR!
drawing tool set $14. For Rl'nt- Man 55 with arthrfetis needs room oolntment only. Call WO 4-148J oe
1 at his home In Tampa at the 4 room furninbed cottage for Christian and: board. YURt haY ground floor WO 44501. tfchIToa.e.
rO(>m. :\
couple. Mrs. L. M. Clark. East r-
of 91 He born in New- perA11monthHl'rtte.pfew
23,000 Miles, Real Economy age ----ant Rd. Box 44', phone WO .- 'nll'r MO For Sale > and Srooms. .a!
ton. Iowa and moved to Florida 1545. tfcbgHELP "".i*''nt.''un121l Dr.ael Ave. Miami Small payment terms like
n. .h ze VIt! itD ll.2"on rent No
made his closing cost W. H. Koll
when man. He
a young S. NO. 1 IRISH '
WASTED man. SIt N berry St. Ttchsj
Check With home in Starke until 1921 when I REXT I bedroom house. Re
.I. Or Ageats frigerator. gee range and eirculr OR RENT A'tractlve
he moved to Tampa. Hone in
I$i.s0 per hour or more for part o floe b..at.r. Plenty of Closet noac*. t rooms and bath apartment. Very
Clyde Mr. Strong was a member of POTATOES 1 10 Ibs'25C '"'t tim mut" -ftrk. Llr'!" repeat *:'H :\. *>r."'''rd St Phone F. P. *tsonablfl.. W. H. KoUman. 510 N.
Terwillegar Palm Avenue Baptist Church for ,!orders. Man or woman Write Mc- Jr..ard. LE J-2M1. 2tchg] 10-%7 "+..-- .f TfrhR.

over 30 years. NESS CO- Box 27 lr DeSoto, fiMemphis ta.. OaF IA LIP1. TIME- Y', ,, .
V.u ftt m burr*I- like It. .\1...t ?... .4N.P. 1'to1Jewriter. -
Funeral services were held at : 2 Tenn.: 'Y fwr"w1. .
s' 2tp 10-27 heel.".... 'sea....a..,.a.Aeaw... ... aaaeaA n "_ ,..........qw.. Tw.wMnh at" one U5.A.A -
TODAY I 10'a.. m. on Oct. 4 with Rev. c. 'lall'. .. n-. t..w Me ... ff
E. Palm Avenue SELL OR TRADES ..rfatat kU".. .--It. ..1.-.v1. ., trt'.wlnn
Rodgers. -f+ w'" w..ecJ ..
-hare "ad rfei.r.f.,. re.t".1" ... .... 1..n -
Church and Rev. E. D- Boyer DOWLING l..df'Aftm.. t Itb. home. Air r?8ditlonf'd. I.-. awl ar _....1..... _"'... eA .... -. s.e. kna ate .'. with in.e .
electric heatSio I car. "a a kNe. T shoo, Phllfle WO
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officiating. Burial was in Orange >rf. Nk'e .f ***
** lot. Will sell or .wl ale rwt.ANba. ...... ,ltrh '
Hill pemetery. Pallbearers were 'r II for "lee hnm with acave ....... ..... fair., pa ,
ear.A -
Your Authorized i all fnytlbhe.t.ed .t..1'd nn. Valp- .. ... ._....Nd CifwNlifl. .. w ea'''fllrt ._
Ford Dealer .. I. .. ... i p r rn..f caPri.1'I'
deacons of ,the_ Palm Avenue PRODUCE MARKETAcrosc i.. r* +4 tf T S/IA Will take or MN. Jw.t .w.te ..-"... yyrre. ''. _..',.# f..wn yn r V--t h....
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Keystone Carnival Melrose Mangles versify of Florida Homecomingtickets meeting with the girls to
I explainthe notes of appreciation have been
.,., on the 40 yard line. Chris philosophy and objectives
This SaturdayAt '-" 4" Bronson 47-27 received from these teachers -
Spires, hard-running, hard-hit- the school, and after school he
l :
By Mary K. Schaeffrr City ParkThe ;.f. ,:'.1 At HomecomingThe ting back for the Melrose team served Cokes and answered their and from Mrs. Watkins. The

",.,'" was the deserving winner of this, many questions about teachingand visit seems to have been a profitable
Keystone Heights PTA will -",,:;j't.'1,: blood-thirsty Melrose Bulldogs prize. school problems. experience for the girls to

First Homecoming Event Chiefland on the Reservation at hold its annual Hallowe'en Car- <' v having tasted continuing Melrose gets a breather this The Melrose pupils were quite draw upon in future studies.

Set For Saturday Nov. 5 8p.m. nival Saturday night, Oct. 29, at '1x success for the first time in a week but hopes to dim Haw-; pleased with these lovely young
Although wonderat City Park. number of determinedto thorne's hopes and trounce Trenton ladies who took part in
Saturday, Nov.. 5, will be an some might years were helping TilE RIGHT POINT for the
having a homecoming game Events will begin with a parade ... stretch their skein of victoriesto in their last two games their regular classroom teachersby
other "first" in Keystone Heights.It write. Come In.and select -
before there has been a gradua- and prize awards. The PTA, ,six before a record-shattering which are both "away" games. teaching new educational way you ESTtRBROOK
will be the Indians' first your favorite
ting class at the high school, it ladies will serve dinner at popular Homecoming crowd Friday night. songs, ,games and stories.
Homecoming Game and festivi- Fountain. Pen. TELEGRAPHREDFEARN'S
ties will include a queen and her should be remembered that in prices. Various organizations They did! Students Observe Many nice tnans-you notes and -
days gone by Keystone Heightsdid including Rotary, Lions Woman's x # The fact that Bronson was last "
attendants, a dance, and all the Teaching PracticesAt
have a high school and a num- Club and Junior Woman's year's Riverland Conference foot-
ther festivities that go with an ber of graduates.The are taking active part.A Club I r., f j I ball champion and entered the Melrose SchoolLast
e\ent of this kind.
Homecoming Sponsors feature which promises to I|I game with a 3-1 victory record
The feature attraction will be USED
that would like to know the names of be great fun will be "Knock The : II I gained the bedraggled Eagles no week Maud Watkins University -
night when the Indians meet I
i the "old grads" of KHS as they'I Clown Down." This will be done !.respect whatever as the powerful of Florida professor of education -
I will be recognized during the half by throwing baseballs at a target.If Melrose six overwhelmed them bya and long-time residentof

I.-time ceremonies.. Especially desired the target is hit, the clowns .' score of 47-27, in their most Keystone Heights brought her
Best' are the names,of parents of (two well known citizens] will be exciting game to date. class of 21 prospective elementary s lc Eista
the present student body who dumped into a pool of water .. afgt --'- art--' Quarterback Larry Strawn and teachers to visit the Melrose

claim Keystone school ,as their The largest crowd in Keystone Miss Dorothy Price fullback Ray Renfro passed and School.
friend aima mater. Please give us a ring Heights history is expected to en- ran brilliantly to lead the ,Bulldogs Mrs Watkins said the young
I at 4127.Indians. joy this event. To Wed Mr. Harveyon in this high-scoring fray, ladies had been studying about

clothes Will Play December'3rd which was definitely a team-work teaching for 31-2 years and
my I Jax Juniors SaturdayThe Rites Held TuesdayIn victory typifing the all-new Mel- wanted to see and study experienced -

Indians will play a Junior Mr. and Mrs. Frank Price of rose performances of this year. teachers in action in a gen
ever, had high 'school team from Jackson- PennsylvaniaFor Florahome announce the engage Ray Renfro crowned Sandra uine teaching situation.
ville at the Reservation this Fri- Mrs. Ilgen ment of their daughter, Dorothy, Ridaught as homecoming: queen, Arrangements were made with If you need a good appliance and
day night Oct. 28 had previouslybeen to Raymond Harvey, son of Mrs. to !highlight the gala half-time Principal Clarence Holden for A
held as an open date, and Mrs. Lottie Showers Ilgen 19, Jesse Harvey of Palatka.: festivities. As queen, her first visiting, each elementary room afford a new one, it will pay[ you to see

l the game was just scheduled this died Friday, afternoon, Oct. 21, The wedding will be an eventof duty consisted of drawing the!I and I for observing, the over-all 3
!week. The burden of victory will at the home of her son Frank December 3 at the Keystone winning ticket for a pair of Uni- program. Mr.'Holden held a brief our large stock of used appliances.Priced .

I be on the shoulders of the 8th Ilgen. in Keystone Heights. Heigh: ts First B apt 1st' Ch. ur c h. I
: and 9th grade' boys, since 10th ,Mrs. Hgen was born Feb. 12. No invitations are being issued.
graders will be ineligible for that 1881 in Snyder County, Pa. For All friends and relatives of the .. Easy
I age group.Gainesville. the past six years she had made couple are invited. As Low $2 S Terms
j B Squad her home with her son,, coming As Arranged
Scores Over Indians here from Pennsylvania. She was rYYYTVTTYYTYTYTYTTTTTYTlMELROSE Keystone Heights
Last Saturday night the Indians
a member of the Lutheran
took on a rough band of Gaines- Church. This Week's Outstanding Value
ville High Baby Hurricanes at P. T. A. '
Besides her son at Keystone
L t the Reservation and came out Heights, she is survived by an- 12 CU. FT. PHILCO FREEZER

; on the short .end of a 37-0 score. other son, Lester, of Spring Mills, By Mrs. Alice RothhammerlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA CARNIVALSAT.

a '+i'.pSit iA Halfback Ben Beasley was a Pa.; one brother James Showersof K Just Like New '
1 t standout for the GHS team, scor- I
I State College Pa.; and a sister
b Y SY ing on runs of two and 12 yards Mrs. Minnie Fisher, Cumberland -I Mr. and Mrs. Hoyte Lightfoot .
and passing to James Threatt on Md. of Atlanta, Ga. visited Mrs. Light-
:& 45-yard scoring play. Guard The body was sent to. Center foot's brother and sister-in-law, ., i ii store
Bobby Salmon counted for an- Hall Pa.,. where funeral services Mr. and Mrs. V. Y. Crawley. i unable to come by our just call
other of the visitors' touchdowns, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ford and
were held Tuesday in the Farm- Parade Games
intercepting an Indian pass and ers Mills Union Church. Burialwas daughters Doris and Virginia Keystone Heights 4252 for complete de

running 25 yards to score. in the church cemetery. visted Mrs. Ford's brothers, Rich '
"Knock The Clown Down"A
Quarterback Ty McCoy passedto DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home ard Vamulen of Mannville 'and tails. We will be glad to f 1t\oni\You\ at
Lowery 'for two touch Stanly Vamulem of Palatka. "
ti Steye was in charge of local arrange
downs, on plays covering 15 and ments. 'Mr, and Mrs. Able, have movedto ,Good Dinner, Served by The Ladies, TooCo'me' your home.
8 yards. Threatt counted for the Melrose from Wisconsin.Mr. .

only ,extra point,'running the ball and Mrs. Simeral and Mr.
i into the'end zone after. the first Patricia Cox Sharon Brannon, Simeral's father from California One! Come Alll We Service What We SellREDFEARg'S
touchdown: Roddy Hutchinson Billy Belote, visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason.

.1.1t. In spite of the lop-sided score Charmaine Float Debbie Kings- Mrs. Cleety Amos of Fayetteville Don't Miss The Fun!

the Indians got in some good bury Kathleen Peat!, Kenneth N. C, visited her brother '

1 u teamwork and,if jgerformance I Nocney. ,Debra" Braujt" and. ,.'Mar- sister-in-Jaw--.Mr pnd* JUrs-. S. E., MeKAT. REALTOR, .
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of any one'player is..w be cited .han'OalloP: R-Simmons. Phone 4252 Keystone Heights j
we would like to mention Eric Fifth Graders included Nancy Miss Kathy Sipprell. who'Is at -- -
Leslie Ann Beam, Danny '. ---.-.._- .. ..
Redfearn, who be small, but Cherry, tending 'college In TiftJ. L '' -- '
packs an awful may wallop. Hinck, Roxana Valldejull., and spent the weekend wth 'her ,parents *-: -_._ . ._ ,_u ,=_=.. > .. = _,_:_ ._. :_ __ .._ ., .. :, _,.. _,: = :

Honor Roll Students Jackie Godwin. Mr. and Mrs. Murray SiP-
A. rug i.You'll Boys and girls who applied Sixth Graders were Stefan

themselves and studied real hardso Brokas, Betty Jean Cross Terry prell.Mrs.. Cecil Harris of Welaka NO MA ITER HOW YOU
they could make the honor roll ding Susan Bird and Lance An- I spent Saturday afternoon with

for the first 6-week period at jrewsen. her parents, Mr. and Mrs.: R. M. ***?*
look just like a page, Linda Anthony, w .t. w .
Renee Belote.
Keystone School were: Cason. Mrs. Cason's 74th birth
out of Esquir when your Fourth Grade: Robert Pater, Janie McMurtry, Carol Warren. day was celebrated.Mr. '
clothes are Sanitone Dry David Mathia, Sara Lou O'Con- Patricia Cuendet, Jim Davis, and and Mrs. Charles Perry Jr. k: LOOK AT IT .; ; .
Cleaned. Our Sanitone nor. Gina Massa, Dianne Ilgen, Linda Beck were the Seventh are the proud parents of a baby 'x; -
Service gets out all the soil Graders who landed on the Honor,' boy born Oct. 19th in Alachua \0
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even stubborn spots. 1 I Roll.Eighth Graders included Carol (Continued on text Page) ,

And with our exclusive KEYSTONE Stenhenson. Joyce. Warden and i
Soft-Set'finish we restore Cathy Williams. '

the original body to the In the Ninth Grade Carolyn Edmund Dwyer I Redfearn'sOCTOBER

fabric so your clothes CERAMICS Forsythe, Gayle Cross, LaMar Electrologist y JN r
look fet! and fit like sew Hill, Reba Hall and Cheryl Cherry -, _

resist wrinkling too! made the grade. LACK OF V 4-
Tenth graders'were Nancy SutUm. -,
Green Ware : and Barbara Ann Wheeler HAIR REMOVAL
Call us today. Supplies PTA Has Lively Meeting INFORMATION WASHER DEAL

Custom Firing Thursday evening, Oct. 20, Key

stone Heights Parent-Teacher Association is the strongest motive de-
KEYSTONE Lessons held its second meetingof & :;eJ
terring persons afflicted with hy-
Personalized Gifts the 1960-61 season in the pertrichosis (excess hair) from
invocationwas ; IS THE HOTTEST YET!
WASHETERIA Finished Gifts school given auditorium by Rev, The J. R. Smith. consulting excessive on hair correction tf" of their....,

W. A. 'BESSETTEFlorida President Jack Reid stated that .condition. Many r f'f""'.",', : 4.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS + the PTA is not in con-
any way : teenage t I r Is ;, : W,
Road 214 nected with the construction of tweeze and api t ot t- .
CALL Watch For Sign or the lighting of the football ', j
ply; razors unknown .. HOTPOINT MODEL LW 025
field. No PTA funds will go into f' stijamily. "
3121 For Service Phone GRanite 5-2126 to their t, ., .
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this project. The Lions, assisted Sensitivity l .,' ', '
by the Booster's Club, are raising to hyper- r;>. $. ;
--, -.he money for the lighting.. It trichosis is thef',' "? u"" '

t just so happens that some mem- reason and ', .
bers of the PTA are also mem- -
it is true in all
j J. Dwyer
bers of the Boosters-and perhapsalso Only 149'
\ age groups.
.. of the Lions. In our town, a Hypertrichosis is a closed topic -
just can't belong to just
person among most women today. Be-
\ .
N one organization. This explanation cause of sensitivity. The result .

t cleared up some misunder- ,' -misinformation and many: un-
C; standing that has been prevalent. truths about hair removal. '"s..
't1il A committee was-appointed, to In early stages, when excess TERMS AS LOW AS $2.00 PER_ WEEK! :. z s

{ ,par O make curtains for the 3rd and hair first appears its removal is ,i "
4th grade rooms to permit the simple and quick. <'
10 Lb. Capacity for Big Family-Size Washes! !
of audio-visual aids. Membersof
DELAWAREThe use Many patients marvel at the
the committee will be Mrs. ease and comfort of hair removal.So Partial Load Control Enables You To Do Smaller e %' '
Gallop. Mrs. Sunderland, Presi- many patients have put off Size Washes Economically! y '

State House at Dover is second only in age to that dent and Mrs: Reid and Mrs. treatment because of fear of pain.
Jennings Murttjee, ,Jr. On completion, these same people All Porcelain Inside And Out, Protects Against I
of Maryland.- Here," in. 1787, Delaware ratified the Fed- A Carnival report was given by have said "I wish I had come in I I Rust, Stain, Corrosion! ;

eral Constitution and became the first state' to enter Bill Beam in the absence, of sooner" as they experienced:. I
Mechanism With
Carnival Chairman S. E. McKay. discomfort at all Co-Axial 5 Year Written War-
the Union. Its halls,are hung with early portraits of Mr. Beam said that the carnivalwas tfl There is no irritation after a ranty! i

George Washington and Delaware statesmen. The His shaping up nicely and on hair removal treatment. Many Smooth, Quiet Transmission, Completely Sealed, '
Sunday afternoon, the prizes for
return to work cosmeticallygirls
toric, tree-shaded'Dover Green was ordered laid out by the Carnival would be put on come in on their lunch hour ,Permanently Lubricated!

William Penn in 1GS3.. Barratt's Chapel in Dover, built display In ,a store window down correct. It is Impossible to tell .
town. where the hair has been removed PRICES \to
in 1780, has .1 been called the Cradle of Methodism in "
school '
Mr. Cherry, the principal except, of course, that the unwanted -
the U. S.THE. assured an inquirer that a hair is gone.
school calendar for this year There is no excuse for any ,
would be issued for the parents, woman to have unwanted, facial : "
KEYSTONE STATE BANK sq. that they might make' their hah : REDFEARN'S"Where

holiday plans, etc., accordingly. Medically Approved Methods .
Program Chairman Charles Tol-
MEMBER F.DJ.C. ford outlined briefly the program EDMUND DWYER

Friendlr1Jank in A Friendly Community planned for the: ensuing PTA Electrologist Service Is Assured"
Keystone Heights, Fla. meetings this year (17 YEARS EXPERIENCE )

Principal Cherry gave an Informative FR 2-80S9 107 W. Univ. Ave. PHONE 4252 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

talk on, the course of Gainesville, Fla.
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fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTT1 ment. Mr. Cherry said we are dren canvassing the town for do- hand to help you select. .plants progresS he is making. I 'yyyyvyyyyvyyyyuvvu' and Margaret visited Friday in. JJQfE BAPTIST:',isiuRCH

having "growing pains," but he nations. Of course as the name or materials for flower arrange- Mrs. Kyle McMurtry flew to Tampa. Sunday -: Sunday School 10

KEYSTONE is confident the school will con- Implies "Country Store" includes ments. Other members of the New Jersey Tuesday to be with tiEILBRONN l{ Regret to report that Keith : a. m., Morning mesage 11 a. m.

tinue to be one of which we can everything and anything. Surely Garden Circle will be on,duty at icr mother who is critically' ilL Reddish, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Training Union 7 p. m, Evening

HIGHLIGHTS be proud. As far: as enrollmentgoes you can find som tning for them. various times at this booth, too. Mrs. Fred Dodd went to Orlando By Mrs. Harvey McCarthy' \L. Reddish, entered Bradford message 8 p. m. ,

there are 100 students more Support your school and your McKay Real Estate Monday to visit her aunt County Hospital Tuesday ot last Monday Bible JoY' Club 4 l

yyy yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. than at. the close of the term in PTA. Attend the Carnival! And Bowlers Doing Well Miss Marie Marwick. She was ac- T YY.Y'"YYT" 1 I week with severe headaches.Mrs. to 5 p. in.Wednesday. ,

[Continued from Preceding Page June 1960. The cafeteria has been bring lots of money!1 The_ ladies of McKay Real Es- c ompanied by her parents. Mr. Don't forget the Halloween Robert Sapp is in the Prayer Meeting

more than doubled. and it is still Paintings .On Display tate Bowling Team won three and Mrs. A, R.. Marwick of Juni- Carnival tomorrow at Starke Elementary -!Baptist Hospital in Jacksonville. 1:30 p. m.; Choir Practice 8:30p. f
4 study: for the school, and men- Oct. f I I Weekend guests of Mrs. Lois Pastor: Samuel S. Cuth- M,
crowded to capacity three periodsa Have you seen those gorgeous points on Thursday'evening, per Springs. After spending Monday -i school with all the usual
tioned that scholastically, Key- day. He mentioned the fine' water colors on display at O'Con 20 at their regular meeting with night at Juniper Springs, refreshments and fun- I' Cox were her son-in-law and styled, cause. I have levied i I

= stone Heights High School ranks work being done in the clinic by nor's Real Estate office?, It mightbe the Woman's League in Palatka. Mrs. Dodd returned home'Tues games Also let us keep in mind the Hal- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Norman above upon the following property, to-
I the highest in the county. And to while to in to They won two out of three of Gainesville. Wit:
the chairman. Mrs. Charles Tol- worth your stop games to be held at Heil-
: clear up any doubt, we are ac- ford 'and her committee. These see them. We hear they can be and: got' a pOInt for pins. This day.Keystoners who attended the bronn Church party Monday evening. i Rev. Luther A. McGee, pastor I!i- Model 1917 Chevrolet JoK--6 cjl-2 Door Sedaa i
e. credited. Next year, with an 11th them in second just I i i of Heilbronn Church cordially 1I. TiteXo.. tit Inn f,.
hard working ladies do much to purchased. too. Naturally they puts place Dedication of St. Mary's Churchin Highlights of the social will be :
: grade in the school the Library keep the school machinery run- were done by Dot Newman. two games from first place in Macclenny, on SundayvOct 23, costume judging and the weiner, I.vites you and your family to. all" j iD As Number the property EAA 50J31 of the above

.. ,will be exPanded. and plans are ning smoothly.Mr. Dinner At Braults this 18-team league. were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Neal roast. Come dressed mysteriouslyand wee ship services of the church. named defendan., and that on the

underway for a home economics Cherry invited anyone with Last Friday evening. Mr. and Incidentally Bettie Sprow roll- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Murelli. Mr. and enjoy a wonderful evening. ; 7 day of Nov. 1960., between:, the
ealt namely tlevea
: room and a commercial iepartI si.-R Cta'iM* Court Ifndfnd Irgal hours of
problems pertaining_ to. school, to. Mrs. L. R. Brault entertained at ed 523 in a three-game series, Mrs. George LeBlanc. Mrs. Lena Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Count)'. Florida. o'clock in the forenoon and two
come to see him in his oince u ana their home with a dinner party putting her in a special ''500"' Clemens and sons. Johnny and and Mrs. E. C. [Ernie Johns and Nti.I S-I39 n'.lwk ra the afternoon, on said
Local Finance Coaipaay, Starke 'df. at the East dmir nf th; Court
he would be only too happy to for Gulf Life Representatives of class. 'In looking over the score- .George Allen and the Allen boys' son, Warren, were Misses Vivian, I I Florida. Plaintiff, ,s. CharlesV.. House in Bradford County. P'lorlda.I I
I HEALTH FACTS help in every way. this area. Dinner guests included board the other evening. we noted I guest. Carlton Meng. Sue Sherry' and Richard Redding flatten and Exie Batten P. O Box I will offer for sale and Sell ,to thehigb.t
.193. for iah, in band.
Hampton Florida. efendant. bidder
by Harrell Hand and Mrs. that Bettie Sprow is the nameon
The room count was won of Jacksonville and the John's NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE the above described property of
:: 1, Qver 500 Insurance Companies Mrs. Hall's' 5th grade, and. Mrs. Hand Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Smith the top of the list of 100 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH daughter, Mrs. Lois Henson and Notice is hereby given that I. P. I said defendant to satisfy said tieeulion. -

too pay benefits for Chiropractic Gornto's first grade. .Mr. and :Mrs. Lewis Irby. and ''Mr.- name. Dot McMurtry's is second; KEYSTONE HEIGHTS son also of Jacksonville. County D. Ueddis.li Florida, Sheriff under of and Bradford by'iI:-j 1 P D Reddish ]\,f\

.. Iller\-Ice. Following the meeting. every- and Mrs. Harold Beasley, allot Pat Pawlikowski's is fourth. Keepit Harvey's brother-in-law, John tue of a writ nf Execution hert
:: !.- Employees injured tinder the one proceeded to the cafeteria :Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. R. G. up, girls! J. R. Smith, pastor. Ralph I Stillwell of Fernaniina Beach. I Court.fore issued Hrlldf..r.1lInt out of Small', in Claims the.' Luca' Xorman 1(14tt D. S. 19-57
cookies Smith of Hawthorne. Mr. Braultis For Sylvia Copeland Minister of Music and "
Workroeaj where they enjoyed coffee, Party visited in our home Saturday. I -- -
: Compensation i are. entitled cup-cakes, cokes. and conversation the Gulf Life Representative in Miss Sylvia Dodd, daughter of church organist Weekend guests of Mr. and; } '.

I. to Chiropractic care without Hostesses were Mrs. Barry the Keystone Heights area. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dodd celebrated : Services: Sunday School. 9:45a. : Mrs. Bill Reddish and son, Keith, 1 t

:: cost to the employee. Wyman. Mrs. Bill Scales, Mrs. Local Citizen Honored : her 12th birthday on Tuesday m. Morning: Worship 11 a. m. and Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Cros- t't

I.. Does your insurance 'policy proVide Fred Dodd Mrs. J- W. Warren, Mrs. Ray Chance of Keystone Oct. 18. with a skating party Training Union 7 p. m. Evening by were Mrs. Reddish's and Mrs. HM iittr*nT-V"HSmtHl*"lI"--il-tiflfr-frjflftlTfft> *nf V K

: for Chiropractic care?' We and Mrs. Bill Few. Heights was designated Chairmanof in Gainesville. Sylvia's party services: IS p. so. Crosby's niece and:: nephew. t

: will be glad to check your policy It's 'The Reservation" the Nominating and Member- guests all the little girls in her "Make church worship a family and Mrs/ M. L. Beach of ir'l 'Vou, novtrhczd re &at '

w to see if yon are properly eoiered. We have had a request from ship Committee. Clay County ,seventh grade class. The guests affair." I I

:: You owe It to yourself to hare the power? that be to henceforth Public Health Nursing Advisory rode to Gainesville, hay-ride COMMUNITY CHURCH ville.Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowalt- .
refer to the new football field as Council. Inc. at the October meet- sQ'le. in Mr. Dodd's: truck. Of leturned Saturday after spending power-ful
policies checked before KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
:: your you i"The Reservation" The boys i. Ing of the Council. Mrs. Chance course there were refreshmentswhen : five weeks with her mother. Miss.N. .
Dr: A.c. Holt, Minister
have need for them. to like it so we: has served as a member of this they arrived home. Also lots I \L .
A. Nix. who is ill at her homein "' ''''- -
Mrs. J. L. Hetherington ... .
: No is that does .
policy complete I for time. It also
hope we may be pardoned if we group some was of nice presents for Sylvia. Assisting Goodrich Texas. "
Organist and Choir Director.
4- Dot provide for Chiropractic Bene:figuratively pat ourseives! Ion the announced at the October meetIng Mr. and Mrs Dodd in en- 9:30 Morn- Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. L. \ Ii'

: back. It seems that there ,wouldbe of the Council that Dr. A. Y. ertainig their guests were their Sunday School a. m. C. Sapp during the weekend were \ ,
fits.No ing Worship 11:00 m (
: a.
:; physical examination Is complete ri controversy if it were namedfor Covington County Health Officer, two older children, Danny and Ro- Mrs. Sapp's sister and niece, Mrs. :oI"

I. that does'not- Include an examlnation any person an* the suggestion had been designated the Florida mesa, and Steiner Lorentzen and Irene Johns and daughter, Carolyn -
:: for nerve pressure. that it be called "Boosters' Public:: Health Association Representative Miss Charlotte Dow of Park of 8t William's Catholic Chapel of Jacksonville. \ .,

Many accidents do not produce I Field4 was rejected because it to the Governing Council the Palnvs. It was Steiner's first Keystone Bei&'btaBunday Saturday afternon guests of at 1
:: Immediate might just as easily be called of the American Public Health time on roller .skates, and before Mass at 8:30: A. m.. Mr. and Mrs.Frank Nerm: n were I j pg3 ; .
roc symptom Locatingnerve "Lions' Field." Association which meets this the evening was over he was Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. EL their son and daUghter-irl-laW,1 I

:: pressure by jour Doctor of Carnival Coming Up month in San Francisco. Calif. skating like a professional. Steiner Tuesday Mass at 8:00: a. m. Mr. and:: :Mrs. Clinton Norman of j 7o ,, ,
Chiropractic will reveal many conditions Need we remind you? Saturday and that Mrs. Mertle LeClaire,, is the Norwegian exchange Confessions before all Masses Jacksonville. | .'. .,:,,,. I

not found in ordinary examinations. evening. Oct. 29, will be our:An- Supervising Nurse. Clay County student who is living with the Baptisms, marriaaes and 'Instructions Pvt. James Cowart of Fort;. 1

I.- nual PTA Halloween Carnival. If Health Dept., had been elected Dodds this winter. by appointmeac. Jackson S. C. visited his parents 1' & _

Bring Your Health Problems you don't think it worth 'your second vice president of the Flor- Trip To Cypress Garden Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cowart and ,,. : \{

b. to the while to come, just take a look1 at ida Public Health Association.Girl Saturday Oct. 22,- a group of VVvvyyy'yyyN TYY family over the weekend. Among _ .' ,
all those fine prizes on display in Scout NewsGirl students from Bradford Co. Hieh '" T .... n.... returned- -home wttn-,. _' r
ethers who
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:i Dr. H. G. BellingerCIUBOPRACTIC Al Watson's store window which Scout Troop 190 will start School were guests of Dick Pope, !YtLKUMAAAALAAAAAAA4LAAAAAAILaA! t James was' Pvt. Lamar Tyler *so )'..',.. t' ,a. \ I

will be given away that eveningto regular meetings Friday, Oct. 28. proprietor ,of Cypress Gardens of Camp Jackson, who visited his _ _

OFFICE people on the grounds. and every Friday thereafter, at I along, with groups of students family. : ,' ,( i.,. ,i/S: .. ;__ ,
E.; University Ave. In Gainesville Helen Warren and Ann Cooper 3:45 p. m. in St. Anne's Parish from high schools all over the from Thursday over-night guests of : -J
(Continued Preceding Page)
and N. Walnut St. In Starke. I will have the "Country Store" House. This year, Mrs. Mildred state It was a party to honor all Mrs. Lois Cox were her son. Pear- : ... :

.L booth and they have their chil- Lovorn will be the Scout Leader, ,the Foreign Exehange- Students in Gneral Hospital. He was named son, and friend, Miss Margaret : Choosetizcverfpeirgasoten': ,
and she 'will be assisted by Mrs. Florid: ::I'here-were,18 in all and Joseph William. Kienzle of Gainesville. Pearson I

One of the most important things in this world* to' Virginia Garner. 13 were able to attend the party. Miss Peggy Webb spent the /oryourcory,

; w is real estate -- We can help you in the sale or1 Party At Sunland Other students were chosen by weekend with her parents, Mr. Holy Communion) p.m. Episco-
Eight members of Keystone the, student bodies of the various
and Mrs. John Webb.
: purchase of real property property management Heights Junior Woman's Club schools to accompany the exchange Mrs. Florence Jackson and pal Young Churchmen. 100. PLUS for"As' ultimate fa luxury p.rformanct.
1 of residential lake business Holy Days 10 a. m. Holy -
I appraisal or propertyAcreage -
drove to Sunland Training Schoolin students. Loren- I
Steiner grandson. Tommy Rayburn. have Communion.The Over lOOLoctand plus ;every worthwfo prc'tettiv*:
: Farmland For confidential .
Mortgages Gainesville on Monday even- tzen. the exchange' student from '
returned: home after visiting relatives Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle.Vicar. .
service, see ing Oct. 17, to have a Halloween Norway who attends BHS this in Georgia. .feature *

= Party for a cottage of girls being winter, was one of the group from The Intermediates 'Training k SUPER S-D a super premium at ordincry premium"price.

REAL ESTATE sponsored by the Juniors this hat school. Chosen to accompany Union held a party Saturday j Faith Presbyterian Perfect for today's high' compression auto. '

year. There were games, prizes, him were Mr. Bristow. a member night at the educational buildingof I[ Church, Melrre '
: gifts; and refreshments for all of the faculty, and students Cindy the Baptist Church. mobiles.)
Church SrNCl:
Sunday services- : '
the girls who seemed to have a Hubbard, Danny Dodd, and Ro- .
a The Woman's Club held a bake t
.. \ = VlS 9:45: a.m. Morning Worshin.: 11 MllEMASTER-premfom performance, regular price
wonderful evening. mesa Dodd. The trip'was sponsored sale
at the post office Saturday-
.a1t1'I1kL1P7[ a.m. Rev. James R. Neale Jr., !Io
pas. and mileage
.. Junior Woman's Club members by the' American.. Field servicein Benefits went to the Public .Li- Stepped up octane, power,
.. who went to Sunland on Monday Florida. The Starke, American brary. tor,

C. II. "Chuck" Newman P. O. Box 533 evening were Barbara Southwell, Legion Post donated transport Duplicate Bridge Winners FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
AsSO(' ate Phone 4297 Evelyn'Scales, Lucille Massa, .. tion: and food enroute money for :}Winners, pf! the Melrose ,Duplica -. .-l'.IELJ.tQ. .., '.
> r. ;" : ; S1LCOX.'.. : ". '
Gloria- Redfearn, Gloria Murrhee., the- focal'group.. 'The director of te Bridge Club were: First '
Sunday, 9:45 a: m, Church
: Georgia Murrhee Thelma Bunce, the American Field Service was place, Mrs. H. C. Segur and Mrs. I : .
Keystone Heights
School for all 11
I ages. a. m.
and Flora Williams. I on hand to explain the procedureon Ralph Stevens; Second place. Mrs. ,
: ..- The Juniors are now serving how to get a student from a- Mary Pearsall! and Miss Bessie Morning Worship. 6:30: p. m.,

and preparing all the food at theLions' broad, how a student from this Rutherford; Third place, Mrs. I Youth Fellowship. CTOgETWCE! !
Wednesday 7:30 BibleStudy
I : p. m., .
dinner meetings. country might go abroad, and how Alice Ketchum and Mrs. Helen I
; ZIKEDECOlt4TING SHOP Trick Or Treat? to form a chapter of the A. F. S. Phelps; fourth place, Miss Gladys and Prayer Meeting.Rev. .
Ted Springer, Pastor. 705: Temple A\e. Starke Fla.
With so near it is The group enjoyed the scenery,
McGill and Mrs. R. P. Vogh. I __:__ ..5p
: In Wiggins Building Keystone Heights time we did some thinking'about the ski show, and all the other School News -: ---- -

our garbage cans. Or at least, a nice things at Cypress Gardens. School newspapers were put out .

II little more thinking than we have Community Church News last week. Members of the senior : '

: PAINTS AND been do Iig. What temptations Sunday School will start at 9:30a. : class made and sold them. p + ., p" ', '
(@fPONo they will be for Halloween Pranksters j m-, rather than 9:45'from: now The Beta Club is encouraged :

; Last year of course, all 'the students asked to
by eight
.._ on.The
WIolUSlOtD 110I the garbage cans were tucked Florida Council of Churches i join this year. They are: Judy > i 11 \
I neatly out of sight where they will meet In St. John's Cathedral -I Knapp, Larry Strewn Carol 'I'II I

: Wall Paper Samples belong. This year, however they in Jacksonville on October f Rothhammer. Donald Williams. -"-- .. 1 .!

must all grace the sidewalks of 25. 26. The pastor, Dr. A. C. Holt, Virginia Ford. Elaine Samson ., .. _ Q '' //L *'. '/
our fair city. One citizen has been and several others plan to attend I Trudie Morris and Margaret

threatening to adorn his with a Women of the Church are plan Slade. .
: We Do and i r'
Papering Painting sign: "This lovely can, courtesyof ning to hold a Rummage Sale on Officers for the Girls 4-H Club ,, ____ '__ v: ,

Keystone City CounciL" An- Nov. :3 t, 4, ,and 5. Mrs. Helen War- I have been elected. They are: / 1SS& "
FREE Estimates Phone Keystone 4505 other person who feels very ren will be In' charge. More on Pres., Sandra Read: Vice Pres., I

.. 'strongly about these unlovely this later. Mary Tyre; Sec.-Treasurer, De- ; r-- t

: I cans has suggested that if it take$ The
the collectors so much time tc the Church will meet Monday, ,Maudie Tyre; Chairman of work \ ki fra"

take the cans from their rightful! Oct. 31. :at 9:30 a. m., in the educational Linda Weaver; Reporter, Betty \z -L zi t

I =m& places, why not have only two building. Strickland; and Song Leaders, _: ,

12flflfl e collections a week, rather 'than Personals Sara Baldwin and Hilda Wise;

the usual, three? This could be The many friends of Mr. and The Hallowe'en Carnival and ; ./ :k7-

worth pondering. And who usually Mrs. Joe Pawlikowski. Mrs.I.The Senior Masquerade Ball will E Z; '
has to (lug the garbage way out Pawlikowski's mother Mrs. Mary be held Saturday Oct. 29, at the I II

: __ to the street? Poor mom. We Smulski, and Mr. and Mrs. HerbS school house. The 'carnival will I : 1

HERE IT ISWe would lik!' ttiTsugsesf to the city rg nt will regret to"learn that feature fish pond darts, bean bag I 4,". :

council that every home be equip- Pawlikowski and Mr. Sargent clown and wet sponge throw j jI I '

ped with a pneumatic tube lead have been transferred to the Du- I booths. There will also be pony '
1 1I. :
.... Hove. It! ing to the city'incinerator. Mean- Pont Plant In Johnsonville; Tenn. train, and hay rides. A big crowdis ?5tt :' :_ :

while, better hide those cans come Since this a little far to commute I. expected.An I ,,. V. r f

Saturday,- Sunday, and Monday the men will have to move assembly program was held '/ ,? 1rc' '
.. HUNTING SEASON IS JUST A I evenings. their families ,to'Tennessee, mucho Friday afternoon to get .the # ; C

Dinner At ScalesWednesday : the regret of many Keystoners.
Hom -coming festivities off to a 4 4p
.. FLIP.0RBE CALENDAR AWAY! I night Oct. 19. Bill They will probably move in No- big start. Movies taken at. the

; and Evelyn Scales entertained at vember. Melrose-White Springs game were I
.. i heir home on Lakeview Drive ; ,
In moving to JohnsonviDe the -Jioun by Mr. Holden. Cheerleaders ;-: 1
.. We Carry A Complete Line of with dinner ,, d "
to mark their 4'
.. a party Pawlikow&i's and the Sargent's took over with a skit and 47 : cri \ / ,

.. HUNTING EQUIPMENT 19th Wedding Anniversary, Dinner Till find other former Keystoners several cheersMelroce e; ? ;' '1/iJ: \ c t
+ <
guests included George and< + t i' /
!among whom will be Mr and won their Homecominggame
I Use Our Lay-Away Plan today for Your Lucille Massa, Jennings and Mrs. Frank, Harris and family with Bronson. with a score'f ""44M+4'

: Cun Shells, etc. Pay by the Week or Month Georgia Murrhee, and Bill and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kheinfelder, 42-27. The band played several 'I

I t Edna Baker. Richard and Glo4a !and Mr., and Mrs. Dale Siprelle selections during half time. Trisis

.. I, Murrhee were unable to attend. and family. the first time they have playedat enjo.TRONT! ROW CENTER" i
Keystone( Ceramics In Operation
'I' Herb Nelson tells us that Ed a game and they along with
You will notice in this week'sissue ,
NO Conneen has started a new fad their sponsor Mrs. Stakley. are to i
MONEY : the ad concerning KeyStone -
DQWN be commended well
on a job
I in fishing by using one pound test
: Ceramics operated by Mr. and IVr
I. hooks. It seem that the fish were done. all through your home..electrically ;
and Mrs. W. A. Bessette on Fla
,so big in Lake Santa Fe they Tie: judging of floats and cars f l J3 '
: Repair Read 2H- This sounds" like. a were breaking the hooks. That's was held at half time. The FFA See more, hear more! There's so much coming op that you don't N43
wonderful to do
place your won' first place vita their float c '
Christmas shopping! You can 'buy the way we heered it-that's all wanttomiss. II 4
and the Cheerleaders took: first
we know.1eysone.
: k Add Rooms -- Catport --- finished gifts or, if you would place with their car. GET THE SECOND TELEVISION set you've been wanting. It

like' to give' something made with ladies attending the The Homecoming Queen Sandra will double your fan and satisfy everyone. Every family needs (

your own hot little hands there Deanery Meeting of the N .C. CW.'ln Ridaught was crowned< at half an extra TV because individual tastes differ and no one programcan
: Bath Room are lessons to be had,-and material St"Augustine: Wed, Oct. time. Attendants were Linda please alL See the excitingly new models-portable and console .,

available.. We wish we had 19, sere Mrs. Lena Clemens, Mrs- time also. Attendants were Linda -tops in performance,tops in value!
: (I INCLUDING! SEPTIC the: time to be creative! Joe Murelli Mrs. Leo LeBlanc;
Strickland 12th Carol bedroom '
", .. "' Flower 'tfootlTTo 'Be Mrs. Mary Smulski. Mrs. Lucille grade; HAVE A RADIO in every room kitchen, laundry, ,
: TURES) Hunt, 11th grade; Trudie Morris when and where ,
Bazaar )featureThe Davie, Mrs. Herb Nelson, Mrs. children' playroom, patio-always handy you

; ladies of the Garden Circle Harold Sutton, and Mrs. Emery 10th grade; and Sue Deli' 9th want it Mighty "good company"' entertaining, relaxing and '
Time To Re-roof I, grade.Melrbse. I i
/ .
.. of Keystone? Heights Woman's Cooper. keeps you in-th&know. .
will play
'4z4 Club wfll of the Dr. Burton White -andfamily Hawthorne. on (J
be in charge ; Nov. 4th. And a STEREO Hi-Fi set that re-creates music and voices with L;
Flower Booth at the Annual Woman's will be moving to Pulaski..N. .Y. sensational realism everywhere in your home. '

'Club Bazaar on :Dec 2. this week. We will be sorry to see TRormr EPISCOPAL f fI

Mrs. Sara McDonald. Garden Circle them leaving Keystone.W. CIItECB, MELEOSE"Sundays J Lite Better Electrically.Enjoy free demonstration ttyour'4eten.Todoyl

molBUILDERS SUPPLIES Chairman and"her committee B. Dawson has returned LIOHI' COMPANY
Phone I which includes Mrs. Frank Stitch- from Baptist Hospital in Jackson* 10 a. m.' Church I II IIr
Starke }'Ia. HELPINO : fLORIDA_ _
berry, Mrs. J. A. WHfiams and tine after undergoing,eye surgery. SchooL 11:15 a.m., Morning Prayer :..-:--- ..:-- -'...:.... -- :...--- -. _-- __ ;, ; -, ,_ _.c.'_ .. 0'J": : : : :: F1 I
Mrs. Whitney Wyman will_ be on Ills doctor is pleased with thert'.f and, Sermon (First Sunday ;: ::= "I.--- r ], : : .
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YYYYYYY"YYYt.YYY....' day and Sunday, was rushed to I I rung red light and causing an accident were agreed to by a vote of three- (2) ORGANIZATION: NUMBER!Charles Hells,-deceased" are hereby address of the claimant- and must i!
a hospital, given a blood transfusion forfeited bond of $27.50, fifths of all the members elected torayh AND SELECTION OF JL'DCES.I| notified and required to file any be sworn to by the claimant, his
Iiousr, that the cotes of said There sball initial'r be three Judges'I claim or demands which they may agent or his attorney or it will I
CLAY HILL I and numerous shots, and Adolph Chisom, Negro, disor-I i Juinl) Resolution. were entered upon of each district court of appeaL hate against said estate In the office ( luxtimeoid according to law.
I was back home Monday. derly conduct and assault with a their respective Journals with The Legislature may provide out! of the county judge of Bradford OttobtT 13: 1S60S I
'he yeas and nays thereon and more than two additional judges County. Florida in the court- Viola Helms
By Mrs. J. L. Strickland The revival,at Highland Churchwas black jack, fined $52.50 or 10 I they did determine and direct that fur any district court of appeal and house at Starke. Florida within Viola Helms. Exet'utrix of the ':
well attended, with as manyas days in jail.Kenney : the said Joint Resolutions be submitted may reduce the number for any eight calendar months from the Estate of diaries Hess de-
SERVICE LIEN to the diMrici not less date of the first publication this \
electors of.the Stale to than three. ct:a e<"d.
isu..u r 105 of the Highland members Carney, Negro running! at the Kenerai 'Election November Three judges shall constitute a notice Each claim or demand must First Publication on October 20,
present some nights. Special red light, forfeited bond of *. mo. panel for and shall consider each be in writing and must state the 1)60. f I
We were glad Ruby Durrancewas music and good singing featured $12.50. j I ., I NOW THEUEFORK. I, R. A. ease, and the concurrence of a majority I place! or residence and post office'r* 16-20 4t 11-19 i
able to be out of the hospital UIIAT '
cr Secretary pf State of the of tile panel shad be necessary ti
and back with us dat Highlan every service. Henry L. Ratliff, public intoxi-, : State of Florida, do hereby give to a decision. The court thall | -- -, ... i
('notice that aGENERAL iicud at least one session I
The Associational Sunday cation days'in every
fined $27.50 five
Church one day last week during : ELECTION year :n each judicial circuit .with- '
the revival. She still looked a lit School meeting at Long Branch I jail. will b. held in each county ui Flori in the district wherein there is i t Attention Livestock Producers!

tle pale after the spider bite last Thursday night was, well at I Alvin, Jones, Negro, public intoxication 'first da' on Monday Tuesday|In next-November.succeeding A. the D, ready busmen to transact. I
which sure didn't help her any. $5250 or 10 days. mo, the aiid Tuesday being the XOTIt'B OF INTi\TIO.\ If have hogs
Twelve of us from Clay Hill Two members were fellowshipped WUley Beard Negro, public intoxication s. EIGHJ-H DIY OF NOVEMBER for TO uutavrEit FIL-'11'IOls .\.UI& you -'- I
the ratification .Notice U hereby'given that the'1 cattle to sell in .. l
into or rejection of the now or : ,
Clay Hill Church last
Highland, and Maxville attendedthe turned:: over to county, said Joint Resolutions proposing undersigned, under the l'o'lslons'uf
revival at Decoy Church Mon- Sunday:: and both were baptized a minor. ; <.% .!n wqS 'Amendments", to the Constitution of Cnapief :0J;<3, Laws of Xlorido. the future please contact -
that afternoon. The IntermediateGirls the State i-f Florida: via; +clS oi 131, will register with the ; one of the buyers .
churches besides William Sherman Glasper, Negro 'I
day night. Five : I XO. 1HOUSU the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in !
Decoy, were represented at this still hold the banner. for reckless driving by excessive 4 tlV JOINT RESOLUTION XO.UOI I and for Bradford County, Florida" ;t at Copeland Sausage
meeting. Owen Knight and Sunday School attendance. speed forfeited bond of $27.50. A anamtrdment JOINT RESOLUTION:: proposing i lion upon of receipt this notice of proof, the of Fictitious public- f, Company and give theman .
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Tweeded McPherson really made Alvin Jones. Negro petty larceny of Subsections (1) name of Neel I Mobile Radio, unciI'I j I I cpportunity to buy

their guitars talk, while Henry MAYOR'S COURT fined $10250 or 20 days in of and the((2)Constitution of Section :5; of Article V 21'2 which:: North 1 am Temple engaged A\e.in, Starke business, .'la.at your livestock. s.. '" t
VV the State
Welhausen worked on the piano. jail. VV I of Florida relative to the number Donald E. Neel, 237 South Thompson -
1 St.. Starke Fla., bole
Sony to learn that the son of An even dozen cases were heard rAirman and organization of the district Dated this 20th day of owner October, COPELAND OFFERS YOU
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lang is I I by Mayor W. T. Jackson this 1I courts of appeal etch and the numberof A. D. 1960 at Starke, Bradford
judges for district courtof
suffering from an infection in Monday .Mayor's Court.J. I appeal and the composition of County, Florida.OO-. It '11.10'1a I. 4 BIG ADVANTAGES!

one leg. Had to be rushed to the L. Morgan, vagrancy by the district courts of appeal for I County Judge' Court In And ,

hospital Sunday. loitering in Reno, forfeited bond Il I Be the U consideration Resolved by of the cases.Legislatureof I In For re: Urad Kalate lord of('uuat-Fred liess Florida., de- 1. Cash market every day.
Understand that Hans Carterof of: $27.50. ] I the .State of Florida ceased.
i Leslie L. Libby, son of That the following amendmentsof 2. No commission.
Maxville isn't getting along so Calvin Starling, vagrancy by Mr and Mrs. L. L Libby of!I' subsections (1) and (2) of Section FOR FINAL FILING DISCHARGE PETITION OF
well with his sickness. Hope he loitering in Reno forfeited bond e SOIL GUi stDTI ii Starke has been assigned to a unit I 5 of ,Article V of the Constitution ADMINISTRATOR 3. Special consideration given to meat
of $27.50.Luke of the State of Florida relating To All Whom It May Concern:
improves soon. of the Air Material Command at] to the number and organi- Notice is hereby given that I type hogs
Jim Strickland seemed to be DeSue, Negro, running a Brookley AFB in Alabama for: sation of the district courts of ap- have filed my final returns as administrator -

Improving when wet saw him last red light, fined $12.50 or three Soil Conservation duty and training as a Tele installer peal each and district the court number of of appeal judges and for Hess, deceased of ;the that estate I have of Fred filed 4. Can furnish hauling for sufficientquantities.
week. Just hope we can bring him ,days in Jail; sentenced suspended the
and repairman. He recently composition of the district my petition for final discharge, and
home in a few days. and put on two week proba- N-E W-S completed his at courts of appeal for the consider- that I will apply to the Honorable .
basic training ation of cases is hereby. agreed to Theron A. Yawn County Judge of
Pete Royston of Doctors Inlet tion.Joseph Lackland AFB in Texas. find shall be submitted to the elec- Bradford County, Florida, on November -
seemed to suffer a relapse Satur- Frank Conzoneri. run- By Bill Haas tors of the State of Florida for 20, 1960, for approval ,of CALL COLLECT HO 2.3011
Boil Conservation Service -- ratification or rejection at the gen- the same and for final discharge
eral election to be held on the (irstTuetiday as Administrator of the estate .f
J after the first Monday in Fred Hess, deceased. u CLAUDE PHILLIPS THEKON{ HUDSON
r This wet weather we have had, November, A, D. I960, that is to October 29, 1960. PRESTON POLK '
held folks back from getting say' Said V subsections shall be Charles 1\[. Schmitt
amended and as shall Charles M. Schmitt Administrator -
their ground ready for : of the
-' planting read as follows: Estate of Fred
'winter pastures. With the comingof Section a. District Courts of Ap- Hess, deceased. f
10-20 4t 11-10 CopelandSAUSAGE
peal.- ,
a better season, folks have .
Lr z7J started to use the District's grain state shall be divided into I.For County Judge' Court !. And
<- :I drill to plant winter cover crops 1Vi three counties appellate as districts the of Legislaturemay contiguous ceased.In m e ta 't. and pastures. Ethan Sapp' used
there shall be
L j' rrescrihEand > TO CREDITORS ,...,. -4
id R i the District's grain drill to plant. organized: a district court of appealin All creditors of the estate of, "
each dhstrkt.Something.
: < I He used the small seed box attachment ? -- -- -

,- '?4 Vt to plant Pensacola Ba- V V
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hia grass seed. With the small ,

i seed attachment on the drill you j ( New

:are able: to plant two sizes of seedat

one time, which saves one Portable Typewriter I IJJ
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'complete going .over of the field. t ;.Er..\ ..." 'q.I.:.;x.7..'f.. .;'

4 Marcus Conner used the Dis :ill..] W k tRNEW ,'*,1$
",1 _
/ trict's chopper to chop down the Airman James B. Hall, son of I ;:.'(, .,..< heavy over-growth on his fields.D. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hall of Hampton t & 'r
R. Redding also used the chop- has completed his initial course I,I :
z per on his pastures. He said that of Air Force basic training at .t: STiilpiifJ. '
his Pensacola Bahia pasture was Lackland AFB in Texas. He will I I :,:.i'J.r"J'" ;'< "" .., PRICES SLASHED

doing fine and that he wanted to now attend the technical training i
chop it to get some clover started.I course for aircraft and missile :, The fast deanwaytopaste.

P Sonny Tenly used the District's mainentance at Chanute AFB ,in ; .
.--- ----. rotocycle mower to mow his pas- Illinois. I i ....
ture to give the clover some lightin .
which to get started. Pfc. Eddie L. Thomas, son of A DOT AND II'S DONE!

The FFA Advisors, Paul Hutch- Mrs. Matilda Clark of Starke, t No me
ins and Curtis Marlow, in cooper- participated'ith e never leaks,
other personnel
gum up or dries
'-l.: -' -' ation with the Board of Super- from the 7th U S-Army Aviation Economical oat
t ,too,..
1 IHFIRSTI! ? visors for the Bradford Soil Con- Group in a 12-day' exercise to'' "penpoint"the pnsta J
1 p'aYUbJ servation District, are planning a test the efficiency of 7th U. S.I I exactly where it is

Land: Judging Program. John Army Support Command units !needed without '
Herbert Jr. Extension Conservationist i under .ast : : V _
: actual field conditions. Absolutely : : :
Flair/<*- says that, "Anyone deal-! Thomas is a driver in groups aontoxic.Over 5,000 : : ...:. : i
rrhe dollars tfui'i'come Ufof my pay envelope] ing with land, buying, renting or'' Headquarters Company in Lud- paste dots without V c

go straight into my savings account where they go right managing it, will profit by knowing -* wigsburg, .c rm.aJIY.; He has! been'.j' refining,...Dries in ,
second ..
to work for ME Jjt! earning interest?9!building up) something about soil- Few I overseas .since May 1959 and before tta ily,cleanly.Rubs off I II
people will buy a car without investigation II
i was stationed at FortLewis
:week after week into-something that's beginning to looktt&eftsmonsfr such as kicking the, i Wash. 'i I; ? 1001 JOSS :& ; 1 p : : r: V ) Ii I i

*; tires, honking the horn or lifting -I Aaron D. Williams, U. S. Navy :< .-/..0MADE' EASYbums I
r. -......... -- --.-1-... -.. the hood. "Lifting the Hood"of airman, is serving aboard' the i! t+_ SCr1PbeOksandPhobAl. !
fibs wayl figure tMJtfTdatlarsI SAVE each week arel] the soil will reveal'much more anti-submarine warfare aircraft i tYo PackageS and Gift Former List !
the profit/ part of my wages 3 1 my profits that will add than the number of cylinders. A carrier, USS Essex, operatingwith II CJ ARENTSCoven: o Wrapping. School Book ,,
guided peek underground will the 6th Fleet in the Medi-!i Arts ind Crafts
to to the kind of home I want to live fo. the fend of j show why soils respond differently terranean. He is the son of Mrs ,,; Price i ;

,education want for-my children: ths land of security even though treated similarly.ST. J. A. Williams of Hampton. SPECIAL OFFER 1 New! .
'I want cW family to enjoy 15 cow and aIwa'S.iJs .] ANNE'S LTISCOPAL the State( of Florida, and the same Paste Pen with"II HMITH'CORONA
Prop* r4 Cen.tlt rioB.l ,
p i I COfJnt tf1 W tst11i > CHURCH, KEYSTONE .1.xPndnieats To be \olrd FREE Refill...
Ou >o\rmbrr H. HMM STERLING
1 fl RSt Sundays 9:30: a- m., Church XOTICI1 OF KLKCTIO: *

School. 9:30: a. m., Morning 1959:WHS, under P.EAS.the The Constitution Legislature of of" Bi ford ,County V for'. S portoU *of. Got m Ky sass typewriter fa

Prayer and Sermon [1st Sunday, 1885 of the State of Florida, did Telegraph"We N 0 W tuna .t LOW COST. r.rM for "" ...... Marks lmpr y..
Community State Bank of Starke |Holy Communion]. 6 p Jn. Episcopal past mend.TK-nts Joint Resolution to the Con'stituttoa.q Proposing a-r 6ra<2.ib*.A. SmiA-CaroM SMrCutt"4 typawtlKr't typ-
Young Churchmen. .rIt.-sIlClftl.Ie lake 1b.Iomtw rk.W.1 boey yrk.
j Holy Days 7:30: a. m., Holy COM .b. SM it. 77..rod i..8y wart S >
Member Federal Deposits Insurance Corporation Communion. V eliminate the middleman's profit"One "

Phone \\'O 4-9881 Third Wednesday Parish ,. '.".<
Covered Dish Supper, 6 or 6:30P. : Quart '

"Thank You For Banking With"Our Bank" m. F R E E1U1 Each -
i Vicar.VffimW The. Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle, or Gallon ; buy. is -1' Only. 94.50 Tax

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,':arr.mn.v.tnr.rnN ing. We must remember that we the weekend with Mrs. O. J. Mrs. Bill Royster and children in I I Thomas, in W u hula Tuesday, I'. ion .Jenkins Zephaniah Lane be the scene of Men's-Day all day. pastofor appoirtt ?'All Stew-

:: are one, world and make it one Phil ps and Danny. t Jacksonville over the weekend.Mrs. I 1 I J. E. Townsend visited Mrs. : Lewis Mabery Nancy Murphy, direction of Bro. Linwood Craw- ardess members of ,Board lo. II
LAfTEYBy mission. Present with the hostess Mis. Gary Bennett and baby of Leona Edwards was visit- Lola'Townsend.: Mr. and Mrs.'w.1 I Jacquline Marshall. Shirley ford; '3 p. m. .music will be furnished are asked to meet on the first
were Mrs.,H.: C. Wainwright Mrs. Macclenny are visiting Mrs. .Ben- ing her daughter and son-in-law E. Townsend and family and I Brown Maxcine Odums. Mamie by RJE choral group and Sunday at 3 p. m. in the church

Ed Durban .Mrs. Effie Miner n tt's parents Mr and MrsR.. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wainwright, Bonnie Mansfield in Wauchula. !I Davis Coy Jackson Joyce Red address by Prof. Eddie Thomp- auditorium. Junior Church and
Enza Blanchardrnrrrr.rrrrrrvrrrvrr Mrs- G. W Roberts Mrs A. H. L. Bradley and family. in.Avon Park during the and also lvfrr rehearsal '
week and Mrs. T. T. kins; 7 p .m, Rev. Anderson congregation choir each: Monday at 5
Harley Mrs. Eugene Person> Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts I end.Mrs.:; Guj'iery and' family in Bartow. !I dish.Eighth Grade: Dottie Sue and choir of Pleasant p. m. Girl Scout meeting each
.Mrs. J. C. Tye. Mrs. H. C. Kelly Jr. :nd son of Tallahassee were W. F. Moore gave a birth- over the weekend. i[Chandler, Shirley Smith. Shirley Grove will have charge of the ser Thursday 7 p. m., RJE room 22.
Carnival, This Saturday Mrs. P. L. Dinkins. Mrs. R. E. weekend guests*pf Mr. and Mrs. day party for her son Micky, Fri- Charles Wood of Lakeland: I:Durham Beverly Strong, Annette vices. Everyone is invited to come II Choir Union will be held on 'third

Come to Lawtey Jr. High i. Lee and Miss Enza Blanchard. George W. Roberts.Mr. day afternoon. .Oct.. 2r Seventeenof visited Mr. .!and Mrs. L. C. Wood ,I Shell Shirley Scott. I and help make Mens' Daya' Sunday at Mt. Pisgah A.'M. E-.
J School Saturday night and join Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bradley and: Mrs. Ralph :Wise and fas,;th-- grade':friends enjoyed!iserciaf days last week. I Ninth Grade: Sonja Williams. I great day at Lawtey on Sunday, south Starke. We are happy to

1 the Halloween fun. There will bea spent the weekend with Mrs. I children were in Opp Ala. over helping1 him celebrate. After playing i 1,i Mr. and >irs" Frank Tinney and I Ir i Gwendolyn Robinson Jannie I Oct. 30.Cotes Houston, reporter. welcome Mt. Moriah Methodist

prize for the person wearingthe I Bracley's brother R. L. Smith 'I the weekend visiting Ralph's games"Mrs. Moore served hot-I I r EOnS of Gainesville were Sunday I i Scott. Frank Wilkerson. Church to our union.-Mrs. E. J.
most appropriate costume. A and family in Avon Park. i father. W. J. Wise and family. dogs, cake and lemonade.Mr. i!i aft moon guests of Mr. and;"Mrs. i Grade 10-A: Mary Perdue. Robert Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church, Givens, reporter.
fish dinner will be served at 5:00: i Mrs. T 'L. Bary and children!II They report that Mr. Wise who and Mrs. Harry Smith of Earl 'Green"t |! Mack. Rev.- r. A. Sampson pastor will RENO THEATER

at -75c a plate. You will have your r of Columbia. S. C. are visiting her, has been very ill, appears to have Cocca were guests- .of. )4ijBf. >(.iiG Miss Annette -Green:'of Ocala j i I Grade 10-1: Bettye Crum. have Sunday School at 10 a. m. Three big nights: Friday Sat-
'choice of fresh or smoked fish. mother Mrs. Selma Eunice and regained his normal health. Miner Sunday. was home for .the ',weekendwith\ I Glory Cummings, Oretha 'Hamilton Fannie: B. Frazier, Supt. in urday and Sunday-Rock' N-Roll
various articles will be displayedin I other relatives here. j Mr. and Mrs. Bob,Shipman and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill and i I i her:parents. Mr. and Mrs.',A. L. Sandra Long, James Franklin. charge. At 4:30: the Missionary
with Elvis Presley in "Rock Pretty
the several booths. The children Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett children of Earlton were dinner' Mrs. A. H. Harley visited the-W.,l'ore p. Eleventh Grade: Margie Lever- Society will present a
I program
will enjoy the rides. Don't forget. t Mrs. Pauline Smith. Paul Bennett guests of Mrs. John Brown and :;' H. Jones family in St. Augustipej" l lj.. H. Sowell is on the sick son Constance, Williams Billie that \\illinclude a sermon by the Ba1:)'." Adm. 35c and 41c. [adv.)

VjfcS' Meeting Mrs. V. R. Reddish and Mrs. Hattie daughters Sunday. Sunday afternoon. ..j list this .week. We wish .her a I Bryant,. -TJvi.- -Dexter-----. ..
The Women's Society of Christian Mathis attended the funeral Miv .and Mrs. Eugene Eunice: ; Mrs. V. H. Appleby Mrs. Ber-i+speedy recovery. I 1------ Grade: Chester Crum,\

Service met-Tuesday evening of Mrs. Henry Hicks of Plant announce the birth of a son Eugene I tha Appleby, of Atlantic Beach" I :41i'. and Mrs. ,Perry XSteen. I. Houston, Margaret Johnson. : LAKE BUTLER BOTTLED GAS
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Warren5 and Mr, and Mrs. Reecy :Holden, and
with Mrs. O. Bumgarner. After City. Mrs. Hicks is a former Lamar in Bradford Hospital > I I Trail-Ridge Party I
the Devotional 'and short business 1 I Lawtey resident. Oct. 19. He is the grandson of daughter of Jacksonville, were:"Mrs. "Mattie *Parrish of Newberry I I The .Trail-Ridge Social Club of
session the members began their Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice and dinner guests of Mr. and :Mrs. J. visited: :"Mrs. Doshia Prescott last the DuPont Employees at Camp
Jackie Pons of Tallahassee is
first study book of the year. "One spending the week with his the great grandson. of Mrs. Selma E. Warren Sunday.Mr. 'Sunday.; Blanaing: will have a party at I For Cooking and Heating

Mission One World.: Mrs. Bum- grandparents Mr. and Mrs. B. Euni e. and MisJ.. L-! Waters' \;rirs. Stella Waldron of Jack- Wateroak School this Saturday $6.50 Per 100 lb. Cylinder

garner is.presenting these..coursesand K Reddish. The, Lawtey Home Demonstra- spent the weekend:: with Mr. and n\.We.is i spending the. week,with night. The management is con-
her demonstration' of the tior Club 'm tith Mrs. Paul Mrs. Albert Sappenfteld in De- Mrs Rosa Pinholster. I I tributing some cash for the expenses -
I Mr, and: Mrs. Leslie Phillips land. Mr. and Mrs.
BobbyBrannum involved. Clarence DeSue
first section was very enlighten Dinkins Thursday morning. The ---- Special ----
and I
children of
Bryceville spent
special feature 'was "F et First" .Stork Shower and daughter of Palatka were !I asks all members of this group
when Miss Ross demonstrated A very pleasant event of Thurs- weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. ;1 and guests to be present at 8 p.
i I' 25,000 BTU
RADIO DISPATCHED. care of the feet fitting the correct day evening was a stork shower I Roy Green and family. 'I m. and have a wonderful time Space Heater 29,110

type of shoes to wear. etc. (given in honor of Mrs. Bobby I Mr. and: Mrs. L. C. Wood and I courtesy. of the company. 40,000 BTU Space ,Heater 39,5,0
Plans were made for taking partin Norman at the home of Mrs. J.!Eon and Charles Wood:: of Lake- j| RJE Student Council
SERVICI the Bradford I JC. Prevatt. Hostesses were Mrs. land were weekend guests of Mr. Installation services for ,the

Everyone enjoyed County the usual Fair. i i Inez Gray> "; Mrs', .., I*,. H. Harper,!and Mrs, B. C. Wood in Ander- Student Council officers was held Phone, HY 6-4351 Lake Butler

5w ("Bring it yourself" sandwich I Mrs. Inan.TCOV1Pgtoy: Mrs. Gene son. S.C.Jilts. at RJE. The following officers. J
lunch with coffee and cookies served -i iN'orman; and"'-'MrSi Ed Smith. Howard Wait .and 'Mrs.PoUy were, installed by Principal: Eddie ;;
by the hostess. Those attending i Some brain-teaser''contests were Cornwell and daughters of I Thompkins: Willie Alfred: Kelly .i
this meeting were Mrs. H. j[enjoyedand\ prizes were won by Gainesville were visiting friends president; Chester A. Crum. vice-
W. Bennett Mrs. J. C. Tye. Mrs: [Mrs. Fred Stevens. Mrs. J..C. in ,Brooker Saturday afternoon. I'president; Betty Crum secretary;

It. E. Lee. Mrs. Milo Smith Mrs. j Prevatt, Mrs. Russell Thomas, Charles B. Kelley GM3 stationed f Mary B. Tyson assistant secretary 4 -

Effie Miner, Mrs. A. H. Harley (, and Mrs. Gerald Williams. I at Mayport is home on I ; Robert Lee Clark treasurer; .
: SALES Miss Dorothy Rosa, and Miss Enza I i Mrs. Norman'received a number I leave with his mother ''Mrs. '!.Doris Robert Mack and Joseph Britt .;: h4

4 Blanchard. of nice gifts Delicious refreshments f'Kelley. business managers; Cotes Hous-
=" ,were ,served by the hostesses. 'Miscellaneous Shower ton, reporter; Herman Johnson
SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Roland Reaves
: Included,with those attendingthis A miscellaneous shower was chaplain. Other members of the
I and children of,Jay _were week- affair was Mrs. J. C. Prevatt given in honor of 'Mrs. N. G. Student Council that serve as
end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M.
Jr. of Ocala. About 45 were pre- Hayes Jr. last Thursday! night:at home room representatives are \ zTeach <
MGTOR L. Tuiner. Roland is Mrs. Turn
mom" er's nephew. sent. ,. ." the ;Brooker Community Center. Lloyd Bright. B. T. Marshall.. Jr.,
Rev. Troy Wakefield of Gaines- Delicious refreshments were serv- James Wanton, Jarongia Clark,
STEREO& RADIO WOodland SERVICE ON Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Moore of ville will pi each at the Methodist ed to the 30 guests by the host- Norma Jean Clark Harrington

3ALum 4-69O1; ALL MAKES Hendersonville NC.. announce Church Sunday. morning.BROOKEIR. esses: Mrs. Floyd Wiggins Mrs. Chandler Barbara McCollum
--------- ------------ the arrival of a son, William -, ', .' !. W.ffc.. Bigham Jr.,'Mrs. .,L. C. Jimmy Jenkins, Jerome Hall and
}Frederick III on Oct. 21. ,., y..y- y..,..,....d, Wood Mrs/ Guy Harrell. Mrs. M. Yvonne Jones The purposes of \

SHEPHERD\ Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey and O. .Harrell. Mrs. Warren Mwelle, ,the student council were explained -

. children were..--- visiting .Mr..-. -and--- : Mrs. Mattie Barry, Mrs. Eva Har- by Principal Thompkins. He
__INMAN pCREENrONER _-_ ___- 412 E. CALL STAlIIE I : : rell, Mrs. Thomas Hamilton, andMrs. stated that this organization!
Children Thrift
-- J E. Edwards. Mrs. Hayes I designed to develop better rela- Your
By Shirley Green received many nice gifts., tionship between teachers and

.. .....A.. ......A4 M. O. Harrell visited his sister,I students and create a mbre jJGREEN STAMPS
N Mrs. Harry Ware in St. Peters- wholesome environment for learning with

BIG NEW PICTURE. Mr. find Mrs, J. T.. Sowell and burg last Sunday. on the campus. J. D. Greene, '
family attended the Santa Fe-: I Sunday School Party is the sponsor of the council, and
DIMENSIONS l.l: rnandina football! game in Mrs. Eugene Crosby entertained H. Taylor and Mrs. I. B. Harvey Many families use S&H Green Sumps to help

NEW LOW PRICE I Fernandina: Friday night. I the Dedan Young People's Sunday are advisors.-Cotes Houston, ret I their children learn the all-important habit of saving.
v IN SIGHT! i! 1 !)1r. and Mrs H. A. Coleman ,ofGainesville ,School Class Saturday ,night with porter. They use them as awards for.doing t4o} ;es around the

visaed\ Mr, ;and Mrs. a weiner roast. There were .16 Church NewsBethlehem home. For instance .
J:: H.*'SoweIl"Sunday afternoon:. j young people present. Freewill Baptist So many S&H Green Stamps each week to daughter -

I M 's. 'J..'B. 'Kehey' o"lake Butler Brooker Hallowe'en Carnival I Church Rev. L. McKay pastor: ,for drying.t the dishes or helping! dean house so
WJ'RC visited,, Mr...and Mrs L. r. ,Ccme one! Come all! to the ." '
88 I and members are extending a many,to sonny for m9wing.the lawp.or for other ,odd
lN 'V CTOR ( Parker Monday. [Brooker Halloween Carnival beginning heartfelt welcome
J to you. Please i jobs? [Many housewives tell us it's a wonderful way
$21', I
Mrs, Matilda:: .GatlirDf Starkewas Saturday afternoon witha observe the following worship v to accomplish the twofold purpose .rewarding youngsters
the weekend uesFjof Mrs. parade and ending that
:\ i night I(schedule: Mon., 7:30: p. m. Faithful for tasks well done and"showing4 them how thrift
1/ nn. Aceh4a.Frescott. with a cake walk A' delicious- Few Club; Tues. 7:30; Choir
I Mr. and Mrs. Guy'Pinholster'"of chicken will be served at I IJhe pays.:
23 fFull"Plctur e I able TV supper rehearsal; Wed. 7:30 Prayer : '
; :. ; 6Eli fLY! Jacksonville visited ffxjyRosi'Pinholster *l school cafeteria.. There will be I meeting; Fii.i 7:30 ; Youngsters of 'every age 'from tots to -teens love
6 ... .Jrayer :
: for
Green Dreg
CI Sunday, a'hot;!dog* stand fish pond, Mary McBride reporter wishes to S&H Stamps caq5 they ,
I Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkerson I novelty booth,dart game country thank all persons for the kindness t s.a wide variety .of quality items %that\ ,ale; dear tt Q chil-

See more of your favorite TVf ncg&aliis 11 e n r I of Lake City visited Mr-. and.Mrs.. .. store, and many other things. shown gifts, flowers and other dren's ,hearts. Jrj ,this .P11in>j ,,*in Jourhome.

get1.the same picture the 'TV camera sees! 1 N. Mott: Saturday.. !Don't" miss it. Be sure to attend. condolences during the recent You'll be truly amazed to. find
,tits Mattie Sowell attended the It 'Trill be located at the Brooker death and rites of ,her mother. how well it works. '

I funeral'' : her jiephew, Purvis I Junior High School. May God ever bless all of you.

I -Mary McBride, reporter. '
i Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church, Law.-
g i : #i:; ::;::1 :::::;::::::::::iii i: :: ;::: .. : NEWS tey Rev. Grimmage pastor will
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I i I, 'C ITIZENS. OF: BRADFORD ,COUNTY i starting bethe scene with of Sunday Men's Day School all day at,

I -ry:*: -' By Ozqra shedav1VlnnA 110 a. m. the message will be delivered -

i I I .. .. ..'.. .. "'-.. .. "'... .. "' ''' ''' .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. "' .. .. .. by Rev. Redic. Music will_ ,' '. ,
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23". TUBE I MemoriamIn Linwood Crawford it was voted
I. 1Erus
f OVERALL : loving memory of our dear)that all officers maintain their I FORD
) mother and grandmother Chaney.j previous positions with the exception -
.282' ,44v I .. McDoUgald Chandler who departed -II of the vice presidency which [ FORD IN HISTORY
SQ.1VIEWABLE tI; I from this life one year a-I had to be filled. Officers are ,as
I) aeA vitro go October 27, 1959. A 'precious I follows:

Al i one from us has gone a voice we Linwood CraVford, president;
PICTURE t love is still a place is vacant in Walter Perkins vice president;
our hearts which never can be Mis. Sadie Lee Clark secretary; .
i filled.-Mr. and ,Mrs., John Jeffer- I Mrs. R. H- Donald, assistant secretary -

..I r son and the McDougald Familyof ; Mrs. M. W. Turner treasurer -
Starke and Jacksonville, [adv. ; Isaac Duhart: chaplain; I
Surprise Birthday Party Mrs. Z. P. Jennings and W. C'I+
A surprise birthday was given Randolph:! pianists; Mrs. D. B. j sw +d a, pr

fcr Mrs. M. Bright of Lawtey on Richardson, reporter. I ,
1 Oct. 18, by her children. Many of Pupil attendance was also discussed -I
I I her friends[ were invited that included and several suggestionsmade

: Rev. and Mrs. Sampson I to improve the situation. j 1OJR -
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.White ,and:! daughter of _Starke.:. An attendance committee. was. appointed .
She is deeply grateful to all of with' Jesse Moore Sr as i 1 "61 .FORDS ARE ,

11T ROEBIHS setes 23T-B41 r I her children and friends for the chairman. OJ ;er"members of this BEAUTIFULLY BUllMQ .LET'S COMPARE :OPERATING, COSTS,

/ many..lovely\ ,gifts received and I committee .are :Walter Perkins, TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES... ,KoMd on 12,000 M3.. for On J....'. Driving

the jronderful par y that was en- Cephus Johnson and 'Linwood AND TO TAKE-CARE: ,OF YOU BYCUTTING
NEVI SQUARER, WE:1:* .'.' : :::: joyeil .by all. Crawford. Irs! felt that this com- ? COSTS, ELIMINATING, YOUR OPERATING PRESENT COSTS CAR cnutniM a* mi fonoCHAMIf '

PICTURE House Warming mittee. is a stepforward toward IMANY '
RCA Victor's new 23". +I. : ,
I .Mr. an5 Mrs. Everett Mortis. ST. the solution I of our ;attendance ..Ms'-lU .
0' 20 SQUARE INCHES'-MORE PICTURE tube fofljacfure TV lets you .the' honor of problem. No doubt about it the 1961 Ford $1IJO IVinCATIOMOU.CHARSU $OIJII
I request your presence -{ : (A*Me*M S ,; THAN CONVENTIONAL 2-11 .tube TV see more picture comer.to- I at their house warming on!, Parents; are,urged to keep their II is i beautiful automobile. But thereally c-w---_

corner. no wasted picture I Sunday Oct. 30 from 3:30: p. m.I children,1!l : in /chool every day. It big news is the' way', it can OH.CMANAU *

'" BRIGHTER ,PICTURE, GREATER outside edges of screen. i to\ 5:30: p.: m. Some invitatirfns. '\P1 |lp. ani.muchjo you and more I I 'Kff" .For you instance money/in the'61'Ford your (1.1..1".11II-) .>IKKKM Isis C1...... _.. J*

: : CONTRAST have;been mailed. to out-of-town i to the child. normally ''go 30,000 miles between
relatives\ and" friends and lofcalinvitations 1 I?. P. .Richardson, reporter.J chassis fabrications. .Then a quick MUFFin KKACUfNTIRAKI ........ .. DCHlILI.WI ALUKMiaO>HumiRMAKCS >NO

I'' !'IOlASTED) PICTU8 C. G Tfet!..,. :,,,;. : FtJ4I are being sent to 1 1I I Six*Week ,Honor-Roll jnexpensiye Jprd" Dealer lube job -_c-,..'- ,.tar is--= J5G8! CIMIo"..,IIIIIIIna........W M.a.' ft"MH
will set for
: I (about $4.00)) get an-
First Grade: Cynthia Broxton,
church and dub groups. The ,
: I[ EDGES OF SCREEN : general I, ether 30,000 miles. You'll go 4,000 ..
1 I" I } public is invited .to visit with'the Shirley Pete. Willie Doister Jac-i miles between oil changes with Ford's ADJUSTHMTtA .1.Ial-ADNIT.cr-w"' tnt* mt-
.Morris family this Sunday.-: iuiine i i -Moore Dorothy Wilson, j jGail. .Full-Flow oil filter. Ford's powerful, ( --r: .................- '
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I I They will enter lovely concrete: + -Randolph, linda Leggette.I 'new Truck Size brakes save too for
NEW DIMENSIONS IN 'PERFORMANCE home after having suffered they Cjnthia .Tyson. ;Michele\ Graham,'! 'they adjust themselves automatically AVTOBATIC TKABS.SAND NEw eatpu.oc

I total loss of a frame house bY yefcna #!Uehel| Linda: Young,!I' double for the life of the aluminized lining. And muffler Ford's 4 LHIKAM- ADJUIT.IT.._....... ITS TRANs.II.N ..J.W..
-wrapped, w m-p
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fire. Gifts will be appreciated but)I II II ,!Priscilla Williams. 'I Ij normally lasts Tip-to 3 times longer ....,II!51 ( "

,' I are notcompulsory., Please ,Rc z e! I j Se$>nd* grade; Willie Davis, than the.ordinary kind. WAUN row 04AJMKO tMTM
Leola >Morris. I|I GnQi2.jHajs: Pearleon Dean. Add to these features the fact that a*.._MM MI,Mf ft*.... 2LM FlilliMFords >b .
H I j "" ..a-..
Diamond Lustre Finish + a
Fiesta Club I Vera Jean Marks. Linda never
seeds waxing and you have a car
The Fiesta Social Club wlll.holdthe |Janet McCpllon.
I that can save you plenty in mainte- TOTAL Set is TOTAL S1L1I..
regular meeting on Friday, of ,j jLe'gertha i Griffin, Edward Hank- lance, costs.. And remember; we Ford .
4 this week instead of Saturday due erson Tommie Bennett, Winifred Dealers were the'first to extend our -
,to the fact that another private I Boss Vivian 'Burch, iMary Bass. warranty on '61,cars to 12,000 milesrile.as..E in slwt..,a felt,.." ........Hwto*al a.Mk4>..i
full whichever comes coN a.M aM w.*t* a 1M-1WI fuMil AMTKM eer i v iM
,, patty will be held at the Water-] Helen Hall' 1 er fast one Ask dealer to show ,...- 11a/.I. -Mtrwf.-. ".POD ...a s wS4
form else. oak School Tuesday. I II '!1'hird.Gra4e;< James Price Be-! your" youtbe .Ia..I1 F.d ea a tw ra wid.w.w..r p..onbbM.
Now Kgl Gda Ototslt prondes i Nw RCA teas long! TuMrlootta Pidwt Stetifiitr Orate on President details.
"50tX folU"ofpictufc fft;grwter Trcetniga !prom+ new improved Usaie.Uiricr tguntt wteturcace I Ethel Young Is asking all members -i linda: Dommon. Jeraldine Dean | fr ,.s t4.IfnetI4AeN/....Ma ..1 e.4.la.sTN7..e i.i
ihirpotM!and a sew JujH w per- nc ottoaBtrjl puo in I every tre iy! uluib pw CTeua yo-"fr TV Ip". teadiest amd 'pctawfogoaaec -' to. please attend on t.iIile.-l t.t Iar/ Love Jams McGolis.I .'I j .di.nd::fafrflf: rca SAVES fINIS isai AS STLSS-M oftunw emS'AUSI l

I I I'.eCgfrnrinhs; r.r gr .. 1|I Fourth Grade: JVarma: DeSue, I II ., 'Ufo.
r .. 'N .. I Andersen: Junior high "W-..'..,- I I I Mary, Wade Sandia:! Williams. ,'' ..: ; : D t'EAlT1F1"4LY iP.RO.Pq I.ND w
rO "D
The PTA and Hobby ''Club of Jeraldine Tyson Edward Smith t.J-J

f Anderson Junior High -,J cl1Op1.1I Rebecca, Hutchinson, Rudolph f _.. ;;;;:J19 I $I.C"" 9MJA9"

t Lawtey, held its first metingof, Hudson ::Mary Thompson Cyn! ;c
Shepherd' Radio & T. V j the 1960-61= school t term Tuesday = Yvonne Williams I -

s 'i i night ,Oct. 4. with -the chaplain, _..MotrJ.'i : : 1 1i,llJIJEi-: r G' fi rR M' .O":iORS-
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'i devoflonal.I Isaac Duhart. in charge of the I Ralph Fifth Byrd Grade: Anthony DeSue 3i s .: $ -

PHONE WO 4-6901. STARKE. FLORIDA During the business meeting I Seventh Grade: Barbara 206 W. MADISON ST. STARKE -FLA.I
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.f class,. and Rev. and Mrs. W. pl should be mailed between-- November -- I-County' }Florida under and by Tlr CodS 9R 50XJ --, I *Itt offer for sale and.sell to the said defendant, to satisfy said exehigheet ,I I.Ey'."' .-r SIt:
P :
ae of a writ of Execution hereto- Aa the property ot the abov l bidder for cash in hand, tuuou. Lu.'aman- I
, & McEIroy.VMTJ 1 and November 20 in insure; ore: issued out of Small Claims named defendant, and that on the t the above: described. property of P. I). Reddish, j I 111- i.:1:
\ Studies Enlistment delivery by Christmas, and, air cI ourt Bradford .County In the above 7 day ofov, 1'60. between Um -. ...II
: I I have levied legal hours of sale eleven --
styled' eau)-e. namely
at parcels should be sent before December '
Hampton Baptist WMU met 'I pon the following: property to- o'clock io the forenoon and tw
the church on Thursday evening 10. wt dock in the afternoon on said
By'BIrs. D. E. Hill I for
1A LiadsaaAau.iahg4i. last week with 10 members pre I PersonalsMr. One FSOO Ford Truck dar at the Entdwi.c. : the CourtHouse Vote Proven leadership Experience
.* *-1'I sent. "Enlistment for Growth"was and Mrs. E. F. Hawes of Serial( Xo. 80-l:-;3-d. in Bradford County Florida. .

Jones-Canoll the program topic, presented I, Des Moines. Iowa, and Tampawere and Teamwork -
I' Paul Jones. son of Mr. and by Mrs. W. P. McElroy program I visiting here Friday with :. ,
.Wrs.: H. F. Jones of Hampton and chairman and Mrs. Frank Clark Mrs.' Florrie Belle Brown and Mrs. v
Faye. Green Carroll daughter of Mrs. Lester Slade, Mrs. C. j Eva Birt.
Mr. .and Mrs. Purvis Green of Cooper. Mrs. D: E. Hill Mrs. L.1 Miss Amelia Williams spent REVIVAL CRUSADE

lte 1bronn. were married in a B. Watterson and Mrs. Milton Sunday;:! afternoon visiting Miss I : .'. '
Quiet ceremony in Starke on Mosher. Shebtie: Prevatt near Waldo. Tom .

Thursday. Oct. 20. Party Honors Howell Williams Mr. and Mrs. E. .J. McRae of .-' FarrljBRYANT t t, ADAMS.
After, staying several days herewith Howell :Williams was guest of Thontosassa spent last weekend NORTHSIDE : Secretary'

I! .Mr. and Mrs. Jones the honor at a birthday party at the here with Mr. and: Mrs. Leslie Governor ,i .' of State, II '
.newly weds planned to leave George Williams home Saturday Jones and family. -

Tuesday for Tampa where they evening, Oct. 15. Nineteen young Ed Anderson of Raiford was
will make their home. people were present for the oc- guest speaker at prayer meeting BAPTIST CHURCH'
PTA Hallowe'en Carnival casion which included games and service at Hampton Baptist d
And' Sapper This Friday refreshments. Church on. Wednesday evening '
; Hampton Elementary PTA Issues Assisting Mrs. George Williamsas last week. A former inmate of-

a "come Qneeome all" invitation hostess were Mrs. Frank Williams Raiford prison. Mr. Anderson told Ode 31 Though NOV:: 4 VOTE. ORFLOtiA'S ,
to the Halloween Carnival of Gainesville and Mrs. of some of his experiences there :
l at the school this Friday Milton Mosher. and also of Baptist work being

evening, starting with supper to : Postof lice Announces carried on at the prison.Mr. _
served from 5 to 6:30: p. m. Examination I and Mrs. Leon Sauls and .. 7:30 NIGHTLY a

From a row of booths in the The U, S. Civil Service Com-]I children expect to.move this ."'.- .
schoolyard to pony rides hay- from their home 'in I "
mission has annonunced an examination weekend '
Hde r 'with a tractor and. wagon,'. for filling positions or I[ Hampton to Crescent City, where j f fI li .4 ,

I refreshment: stands, and a "pick- substitute clerk for the Hampton I Ipostofflce. I Mr. Sauls is employed with Clay
her-p l et-for-a-prize" woman in according to word re- Electric.Mr. DEMOJR; TlC

in .Costume this year's carnival ceived this week by Mrs.* Mary and Mrs. J., .W. Horn st., Richard RayLERVIN
plans tote' of, interest to young Williams, postmaster. ipy\ Home and Mr. and Mrs. J. JOHN ASHLEY f. .. 9}; GREEN

!and old alike. A costume parade: Although there is no vacancy W. Home Jr.. were visiting in j Attorney General ComptroHef
program and cake auction will be now nam'"s will be put on a register Cedar Key and Dunnellon sun- I CA'ND.ID1TES

feature durinj the evening. I I to fill any vacancy that ar- day. -. ; 'Ii. r'
Prizes will be won at the rives. Mrs. T. F. Brown is now I II 'ii'I "I "" '
I I I Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Slade spent I 1. !! 4"
booths WOODHOUSE$ i !' :
., 'and will be awarded for serving in that capacity at the '
Sunday in Gainesville with Mr.
the? games of' fishpond and rifle Hampton postoffice. I and Mrs. Free Hall- &t1i.MftJ':
&shoot. : Prizes,'m"also be award- The postoffice department goes ;
ed' to the pest costumes. The on to say "The starting salary I I Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bryant and Evangelist Crusader St. Petersburg YOUR !U I VOlECOUNT .. _
1 Homer drove to Liveoak Saturday
chicken is. priced .at 25c
'supPer. for these positions is $1.82 per I
for Hampton elementary students hour. No experience is required, to visit their son-in-law and
50c for high school students and but applicants will be required to I daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Damon II'II'I Has traveled nearly one million, miles, in, 45 !

il I for adults- ; pass a written examination. Applications '.I Nolan and family and especially states and foreign (countries,O O' radio
Proceeds from the carnival will will be accepted until :j their new granddaughter: Carolyn.
and TV
programs-plays organ vibraharp,
be used. for the music instruction he needs of the service have been Nolan born last Thursday Oct. !. Edwin _.. EdwIn L (td)
20 in Liveoak. The Bryants also saxophone, musical saw and accordion.
program .at the school II LARSON / MASON
met.Persons visited other relatives in Liveoak a
t'ify Financial Report interested in these I I <. Treasurer / ; Railroad & Public
Shows' Costs Up. Income Down Saturday.. 1 Utilities Commissicnsr
positions may get application :
He,'. (eral: d Suggs, Pastor ;
Tot I for the of
receipts city forms or information at the 8a..1 4
Hampton SOT the 'fiscal year end- I I Hampton postoffice, or at Room j ,small fluliH" Court, I II Tom D. Doyle F.

iris1.Sept. 39, 1960. were $167 less 323 Federal Building, 311 West I I I rouiilT.. Florida No. ,..3HI I I BAILEY i J CONNERCommissioner
than 'the'' previous year and I Monroe St.. Jacksonville.:: I Carl Uarton Route 1. Box 118 StateSuperintendent\ Yr
spending! 'was 'uP $302, according I Mrs. Williams has also received::! I Starke. Florida.' Plaintiff vs. Joseph EVERYONE WELCOME I t ofAgriculture
I IS. Srarfonr. 521S: 10th venue
fo" tfie" "financial l 'statement'com
i notice from the postcffice department .
South St. Petersburg. Florida Defendant _of-Public
pleted this week by City Clerk'W. on mailing overseas Christmas -i i, instruction
packages. 'Ordinary parcels .
I Xotio is given that r. P. "
J teas ThiiadverthementpaMfabyihiFloridaSMaDmocraicComauuUseaaer' r "
Income for this past year was !. for the -armed---- forces overseas-.------ rl. Prddiah. Sherirf; nf. Bradford -, _
3136.62, compared to $3,30150 .' J .
the J before, with expenditures

$3.758 for 1959-60.. and $3,456.91 ,-= ,

theprevious hand ..Sept. :30.-year.1960',Balance was $697.99!; on ti 4'r EiYB@PY i JOIN IN THE COLOSSAL X

compared to 1319.56 the year ,

before.. M'a .
Most of the drop in income was .
due to smaller amount from the

cigarette tax the city's main
jsodite of Income '-this year 1.

Wd.83-.: : Next highest source of I '
revenue was 'the franchise \
ar rebate from [Florida tax-I' Merchants Green Super

Light! J. 'Cp., $59<.19. Although the \:
amount,pail: out. for street light -' : -. .: .. : ; : ,'- : ; .

fart this year was $80 more than I -

the ,previous year, $685.88; the I
tax on.: tb\,' franchise. still paId
nearly' all of this amount. ii"
Other| income included $477-40 ,4tWin.\
from. the road and bridge tax; .

$262.t6'from! property taxes; zM"Kh .' ; 11 k
$l 'l.iO; from rents; $97 from fines I 'v,v. ,
ihbT( :forfeitures( ; '$53-75 from licenses ; iW"vo r
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; and $57.73 from rental pfrhower '' :i;ffi< ', r
and ,amount collected for "..:N./yj, : ;'" I. .-..

mowing' ;. $3:, 'sale of surplus cement ...""..., '}. ,,
I and rock and $2.16 refund ;-">. ,
from ,insurance.' I .. -..""","""" .. .

.Street! !lighting; maintenance ._ .
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anti salaries bulked the largest in t / 1'it
the paid out column 'for the city
5000 FREE 5000 FREE
5000 FREE
for the year Street, lighting cost "
$76181;. and salaries 81441. '" I win be awarded bySTARKE will be awarded by will be awarded, by !
Other costs included: sanitation' f t .BUILDERS' SUPPLIES ', WEST SIDE GULF TANNER'S 'GULF '

$451,44, 'power mower purchase,' \ 215 E. Washington St. Madison and Westmoreland Sts. Temple and Browning Sts. r ,

I 305.57; insurance [fire work- I NAME......?, ,.-_.,...-? "',..,_...,... I NAME......._.... .......... .... ...... ., p .NAME ... .. ..... .. .. .. ......

mcnV compensation comprehensive .. ADDRESS.. __ ___._....__ ADORES._.. ....... .......... .. .. ADDRESS .. .. .. ...... .. ... _m ,

1. '$194.69; construction : j PHONE..._____._..... .:...... ......._.. i PHONE............. .... ._ ..... ?......?.... 1 PHONE ............. .. .. .
maintenance and operation ofbuildings' \
I, .. Sfl
; $18316; and commis'
slog $153.02.1''ees _
paid! out cost $ 1.1S; pre- iI '
i 5000 FREE 5000 FREE 5000 FREE
parinrroad and' bridge tax statements I y, 1 i I
$25; preparing tax rolls. I. MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS 1
$20; dues. Florida' League of I, will be awarded by will be awarded by l will be awarded by

Municipalities I i $25; labor mowmgfor :" 1 S LADE GAS CO. t 1 IAWONS MEAT MARKET I SCALE RED AND WHITE STORE 1

outside parlies, $22.83; repair ,,,, t 332 W. Madison St.NAME. ., 216 E. Washington St. I Keystone Heights, Flo. 1 1i

tq mower. $12.86; fire protection I ..,....._.... ,..... .._...-...._..._._..._. NAME. '-. w NAME ..... ... .. .. .......... .. ... .. i

$10.20; beautification prosnun i, { ADDRESSPHONE. -.. .......,....-.-... .....:_.:.. oh ADDRESS. .. .._ ... j ADDRESS. ........ .. ... .. .. .. ....._.. 1
...SUiQ: badge. for marshal. 120,000 1t 1 PHONE. PHONE. .
3.30; and license refund: $2.75. .
.City council: committees, ap-
pointed Oct,1'/for this year are 1
rules laws and ordinances, D. E IMERCHANTS 1
( 5000 FREE car
Hill..O. P. Wadsworth arid Mark- s GEN STAMPS t o 5000 FREE ,'
lee Normin'r 'streets sidewalksand MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS / 1 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS p* ,

buildings ,: yadworth, D- W. I wit( be awarded.by _____ will be awarded by c
REGISTER OIL 01 a a 1 / fg 1 1I
Johnson 'and'' Norman: electric CO.Gutf ; MASSEY'S GULF <

lights and fire protection. Hill. I I 1st Prize 25 1 I ( Oil Products) Lawley, Fla. < I I

I Johnson and' Norman; sanitation ; 1I South and Thompson Sts. 1 ,o a NAME .. ......................................., | ,
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Hill{ Wadswprth. and Johnson; I ADDRESS p4 ADDRESS. .. ...._.. ....... ... .. ......._..... |
E finance andtaxation, Hill John- I PHONE ?. .. PHONE .. I
I sou'anti Norman. 2nd Prize 1,000 Stamps
Baptist TC' Clan Party I II I n _

'The 'young peoples Training I K

Union .class of Hampton Baptist 3rd Prize -10 ,I 5000 FREE i' 5000 FREE i 5000 FREE '
Church held a. hayride and roll- 1 I
I er-skating party Saturday evening -
t will be awarded i will be i will b awarded '
Oct. 22, for members of the by 1 awarded by I o by
class, ant: .their guests.. I t 1 STARKE. RADIO' AND TV 1 o CRAWFORD BROS. GULF GEM JEWELERS ,
311 E. Call St. Madison 109 E. Call St.
and Walnut Sts. ,
There were 20 wbo went on the
party inchtding Mr: and Mrs. I frIAME--..-n.-t..-->-.......-f.ADDRESS ....-.-..-._-_ ,! .. NAME..._............_.._...................._......... 3 t!S NAME.. .. ... ........................... ...... .... 1

Charles HicfcS, leaders 'of the' 14 Prizes, of 5000 Stamps i each. All you do Is fiti out 1 ..,;.- .._.._... ___......__ 1 ADoRESL_............._...._ ... _.. ... .. ........ ADDRESS ? ,

PHONE._.._......_.._._.: _._..__..._._. PHONE_.._._ ___.______......._... _.-.. -_. PHONE .. ........... t
---- the coupons listed i in this,ad and take them fo the 1 i ; I
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respective merchants and drop them in their
"t WILLIAMS lucky. I I I tI

boxes! SOOT FREE 5000 FREE 5000 FREE /
., "*. '. 1 will b* awarded by l o will be awarded by will b* awarded by I It
e e man
i I Coll and Walnut Sis. I 111 E. Call I 1 St. 1 Keystone Heights, Fla. 1

REPAIRS HEL& 1 1 NAME_._.-..-...-._.'_'_._. t-_.,,-,., I NAME -___...__...._.__...__...._ I NAME.__._....:._--._______._.. 1 I

AD Work_GuaranteedA. j ADDRESS I __.... ADDRESS__.._.1__.__..._.._........_ ADDRESS__._.-,.__.___.LA....,...

.. .'"(X Williams' r' e 0 i* tsm 1 / j PHONt.._ ..,...._.__._,-. .....- PHONE___.._..._..._._._.... _. PHONE..:;..__.._.....___._____

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U* W. Call St.

tarke. ,' Fla. No Purchase Necessary Need Hot Be Present To Wnl-

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: ":.u <%i. fiti'ilBER 27. 1960 :

FIRST Cor. Call CHRISTIAN It Christian CHURCH Streets FAITH BAPTIST Lawtey CHUKOT BAPTIST. HIGHLAVD CHURCH vice 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting each I St. Mark's Episcopal CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST \

Bob 'L. Badsett, Minister School Wednesday 8 p. m. Everyone wel- Be,. tUjniMJtf r. MactUala LATTER DAY SAINTS
:{3 a. m. come.-Rev, R. L.
A. K Lee pastor.
Maasey Pt&tar
I Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Worship Morning Worship 11 a. m. and Sunday t1emces-9:4: am, Services each Sunday m oJ4. i

CHURCH NEWS and Communion 10:45: a. m. Bible school. 10 r'. m. 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting each HIWAY CHAPEL Church School; 11:00: ajn. Morning Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday

Chi Rho 5 p. m. Choir Practice. Preaching 11 a. ra. Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Rev. ASSEMBLY OF GODD. Prayer and Sermon. I School 11a.. m. Sacrament .

n 8 p jn- CYF 7 p. m. Evening Service, 1:30 p. m. George Chism pastor. Everybody P. Burgess Pastor Holy Communion-First Sun- Service ':30 p. m. Everyone wel :

.- Wednesday 7:30: p. m. New .i Bible Study; and Prayer'Meet* welcome Sunday School 9:45 lay. 11:00: a.m.; Third Sunday come.
: a. m.
ng. 7:30: m..
Training for p Wednesday. ':30
F'nrlce. ajn.
Morning f
EVERGREEN Worship 11 a. m. Even- .
Methodist Church At The TabernaclePresent geiistic Service. 7:30 p. m. Wed- Wednt'sday-1:00: p.m.. Choir NEW
I HAMPTONCHRISTIAN Practice; 7:4* pm. Utaay awt I I
St. Edward's Catholic Church Sunday School 10 a. m. Preseh- Lesday weekly prayer service. 7:45 Bible Study. \PTIST CHUPCB
Sunday Church School. 9:45a. : schedule of CHURCH Starke
services at I Florida' tag 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p.
m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Gospel Tabernacle: Carl Clarke: Minister .. : BOATDRALN BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School. 10 a. o Worfiip -' ,
m. 7:3Q This is Fifth 1 Sunday Mass at 10 a. Preaching p. m. Prayer MADISON STREET BAPTIST Hour. 11 a. m. Evemnc Senr.oe '
Sunday when all : Sunday 10 a. m.. Bible I SUNDAY !SERVICES; m. jfotlnt Wear da" 7:30 Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morn : (
Holyday Masses U 8:30 p m 900 Block W. Madison SU 7) p. m. Prayer
loose offering to the School. : LED. & Muting eats
Methodist Books
goes of the New Testament 10:00: am. Bible School Wednesday Bibl study 730pjn. ing Worship 11 a. m. Training I I I :
Children's Home at Enter are being studied 3:30 p. m.Weekday. Union, 6:30 unsay School 9:45.: Jim Law- Wednesday 7:30 pjn.NOTICE. !
: consecu- : p. a. Evening Wor- 1
11:00; Jos. E.
( P.m. Worship & Com Mass Norman pastor. eon, Superintendent.
prise. Snack for MYP. 6 p. m. lively a chapter each Sunday by at 8:00 a. m. ship 7:30 p. m. I ..
Youth Meetings. 6:30: p. m. Youth the Adult Class while a Flannel- 7:30 munion Confessions: Saturday 7 to.8 BETHELIUISSIONARY ) Prayer Morning Worship 11:00. i ii ii
EveningWorship Meeting. -
p.m. -
Wednesday --
o. m. } Training Union 6:45.: Jim Har-i
Choir rehearsal. 7 graph lesson BAPTIST f
p. m. Evening is presented to the CHURCH
WEDNESDAY 7.30 i i '
7:80 PM.
Baptisms p. m.Pastor ncn. Director. \
Worship 7:30: p. m. young people's class. 11 marriaees and 104ructions I
? a. m., SundaySchool.
Prayer; Service and Bible Study 10 a. m. MornIng Rev, 'Barney Sweat. Evening! Worship 8:00.: To whom. It may corret am
Tuesday Circle One -will Morning Worship. 7:30 p. m-. by appointment. Worship 11 a. m. Training I by an," ae other than m>telf, M. ,
I Everyone Welcome. Prayer Meeting not resporrtble for any delta made
meet in Evening Service.
_Fellowship Hall Union ,6:30
with Mrs. :
'IT p. m. Evening Ser. 7:30.: I A. Sumra Bynum Perkins Mrs. E. I.. Matthews ,- Tuesday 7:30: p. m. Bible I II

and Mrs. W. E. Middletonas Study Memory Verses, etc. This \
hostesses 10 a. m. service was the foundation of the '

Wednesday Circle Three will Tabernacle work and has been GENERAL ELECTION SAMPLE BALLOT : I

meet In Fellowship Hall with Mrs. continued each week ,since April : '- ." ': -,.<.'. e _: .. '

Mrs. J. F. McComb as hostess. 10 7. 1933. .: :.f" 7"M\V'//: BRADFORD COUNTY : .- ., { ,
a. m. Prayer Thursday 3 p. m.. Ladies .- .,...,',-1:>.,.''J :. :.-. ,'..,"."_ "t"'v ,. ,. ( FLORIDA ,, .._ ,. ,, .i '
Meeting in sanctu- : ? v, :>>I? .6, : ,. JT't f ; s
Prayer I.: '. ', !.< .;%. t. .. I
ary 7:30: p. m. Meeting founded on Mat-. :'.;1I.-1 '-., .' :- .. ,.-" 't'{>, :t'a'" ''
NOVEMBER ,' ,-. ,
thew .
18:19.: :l\-i. ? 8. 1960 _' .

meets Thursday in Ladies'- Prayer Bible Group Friday 7:30 p Jn. Evange- L ..,' ,., { ,_.,,... ,'L..y'1..?" :;-. .\ J ',:'. I
classroom -- '
: + a J : .
listic Service. ', .. <<; :. .
NO. r. '
9:30: a. m- Chancel Choir rehearsal '. <",'T.f"y. ;, "' ""- <_ a '
Saturday 7:30: p. m., Bible ; ,- ** : ,.
7:30: p. m. : ; ':* : > t
j Study and informal ; '
discussion. :
Saturday Methodist Youth Bible Quiz etc. ':t.' To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot, place a cross (X) mark in the square at the RIGHT of the name of the person for
Fellowship will meet at the The ;. you desire to vote. To vote for a person whose name is not printed on the ballot write his
public is invited and welcomed '.', name in the ,blank space provided for that :purpose.
church I .
at 6 p. m. for UNICEF
i to any or all of these services ,
collection in the community to i '. ,':- .

be followed by social hour. I E LECTORS .. CONGRESSIONAL For Sheriff PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL
for President For
Representative In Congress (Vote for One
CHURCH OF GOD and Vice-President 8th Congresslonal.Dislrl.t
Sunday: Bible classes 10 a.m.; (Vote for Group) Mark a cross (X) mark in the square at the
Vote for One
( )
P. D. REDDISH n RIGHT for the Amendment or Against the
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn Assembly Worship with the Lord's (Dem)
ing WorshiD. 11 a. m. Sundav Supper 11 a.m.; Evening Assembly Democratic Amendment.

Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPB I Worship 6:30: p.m. JOHN= F. KENNEDY- --- D. R. (Billy) l\IATTHEWS\ .(Dem) n 1 CONSTITUTIONAL NO. 1 D1F."T TO

Service. 7:45 Tuesday, Ladies Bible class, 1p.m. I ..
> : m f
p. For President For Clerk Circuit Court ARTICLE V, SECTION 3, SUBSECTION'S
'j .
Prayer Meeting Flida}. 7:45 p. m I l
( ) ((2))
MISSIONARY BAPTIST Wednesday, Bible classes 7:30: For .. I ( ) Proposing an amendment to Article V, Section
pja. Bill Simmons, preacher. I Ie" 5, subsections (1)) and (2) of the Constitution
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Mornflg JUDICIAL CHARLES A. DARBY (Dem) I, relating to the number and organization of the

rrarshlp 11 am. Evening I AIR PARK BAPTIST Republican For Justice district courts of appeal l. providing that there
CHURCH of the
Supreme ,
Service 7:30 shall be organized a district court of appeal in
p.m. Prayer Meeting 'I' RICHARD M NIXON Group No.1 each district and that the Legislature may provide -
each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone Sunday School: 9:45 a. m.: MornIng t n I
welcome.-Kev. IL H. Mottjpastor. I Worship 11 a. m. Training For President (Vote for One) For Tax Assessor not more than two additional judges for any

j Union 6:45 p. m. Evening Wor .: HENRY CABOT LODGE (Vote for One) district court of appeal and may reduce the num.
I )UI I ber for any district to not less than three.
VIce-PresIdent GLENN TERRELL (Dem) 0


'FIRsr BAPTIST CHURCHMorning For Voting for Electors for President and For Justice of the Supreme Court / -I I AGAINST THE AMENDMENT I I
Group No. 2 For Tax Collector NO. :2

Worship At 11:00 A.M. (Vote for Each) (Vote for One) (Vote for ,One) CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND3IENT, TO


Evening Service At 7:30: P.M. .- 'I' CAMPBELL THORNAL (Dem) J. R. KELLY (Dem) n Proposing an amendment to Article VI Section -
2 of the State Constitution to provide for

'H original absentee registration of electors who
Our ,
Speaker are members of the armed forces and their

For Justice of the Supreme Court For Superintendent of Public Instruction spouses living outside the territorial limits of
: I I
CHAPLAIN CHARLES PHIPPSFrom '.:' Group No. 3 (Vote for One) the State.

: ." ,. (Vote for One) '
; ( j I.
H. P. M MORGAN (Dem) I I

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: '-. I
:': }; ; NO. 3CONSTrrUTIQNAL

-' .,,", ,.:;;;,.rf.,;i'!':", :'.:;: ,;,:;...!''...rr''",'- ', "_ ."<',-" "\::.',>;7-'.'.':: -..;.' .-. I l" For. Judge District Court of Appeal For Supervisor(Vote for of One Registration.) ARTICLE IV, SECTION AMENDMENT SO SUBSECTIONS TO

T .., r, 1st' Appellate'District. ,.,. .. (1)), (2)), (3)). ((5);). a u4) ((6)
... i .' I (Vote for One ,' f
) MARIAN L. CROSBY (Dem) ( Proposing an amendment to Article IV.- Section
} ;; 20, subsections (1)), (2)), ((3)), ((5)), and ((6)).
a ', '" of the Constitution relating to th Game and
1L : DONALD K. CARROLL (Dem) n ,
Fresh Water Fish Commission powers and
f2 \. .,., ., 'Y-.:...?..-. .LJ I I For duties, etc.; providing that five Members of said
County CommissionerDistrict
,; .<' d. 1---1 Commission shall be first appointed by the Cabinet -
T .
'' ." --' No. 1 on January 1, 1961, and shall
t t -.. : ,- .'' ;;. : receive per
i For Circuit Court
'.. .': : : STATE Judge (Vote for One) diem and mileage as provided by l law; a Director
oust tu.ADATT -
8th Judicial Circuit shall be appointed by the Commission that
A a ,. '. .. ;
t. : ,. ., For Governor '
i t Ax aD I' .. '. .' : : __ __. Group No. 1 CARL PREVATT I funds resulting from the operation of the Commission -
1 )5u your .. r. : ;.;;, : (Vote for One)' (Vote for One) (Dem) etc., shall be deposited with the State
r : .: ..' 1 I'' Treasurer to a fund designated the State Game
N ; ',. 1ARRIS l Fund; designating the Commission a 4 a state
Someone still : (Dem, ) GEORGE L. PATTEN (Dem) |n'I agency that+shall submit a budget estimate of
has to pay for groceries County Commissioner amounts needed for
operation for
approval by
when your paycheck stops... GEORGE C, PETERSEN (Rep-1) ,_ j { District No. 2 the Legislature through the Budget Commission

.. .. .. (Vote for One) as provided by general law
...and it's up to YOU! Gulf Life has many family U For Circuit Court Judge

protection plans with exclusive Adapt-A-Plan features 8th Judicial Circuit MRS. E. L. CRAWFORD (Dem) |n FOR THE AMENDMENT I'

to help you do the,job. Ask your Gulf Life For Secretary of State Group No. 2

representative. (Vote for One) (Vote for One) n AGAINST THE AMENDMENT j j

H '\\11 j J .. I I For NO. 4'CONSTITUTIO.NAL
.- TOM ADAMS (Dem) I, JOHN A. H. MURPHREE (Dem) I I County District: Commissioner No. 3 AMENDMENT TO (,

GULF LIFE. INSURANCE COMPANY f) PERCY W THOMPSON (R.ep. n (Vote for One) Proposing an amendment to Article IX Sec

Founded 1911 Home Office,Jacksonville, FloridaThe lion 15 of the Constitution of the State of

I { ST' T E. HOGAN SMITH (Dem) Ii I Florida providing not less than forty-five per
i T cent of all excise taxes levied and collected by
For the State or under its authority from the
For State Treasurer Comptroller I I operation
of t?arl-mutael pools shall be allocated
(Vote for One)
(Vote for One and
.! ) For County Commissioner distributed in equal parts to the several
District No. 5 counties of the State.

J. EDWIN CARSON (Dem) [l RAY E. GREEN (Dem) n (Vote for One)
New Scripto Commissioner Agriculture. R. H. (Russell) GREEN JR. (Dem) n AGAINST THE AMENDMENT

U (Vote for:One I I
) NO.
.i- .r, .
Business Line Ball Pens CONSTITUTIONAL ttEND11ENT TO

,- For Attorney General DOYLE CONNER (Dem) n, For Member County Board of ARTICLE XVI
: '. (Vote for One) Public Instruction, Proposing an amendment to Article XVI of
and RefillsFOR I District No. 2 the State Constitution relating to the location
ci of County Offices by adding two new sections
ALL BUSINESS RICHARD (DICk) ERVIN Dem I numbered 4B and 4C to
WRITING { .' ( ) For State Attorney (Vote for One) provide that the Legis
lature may provide that jury trials of civil suit
CARL V. WISNER JR. .8th Judicial Circuit may be held in addition to the '
(Rep) I county seat in
only 25c eachREFILLABLE (Vote for One) W. E. LAWSON (Dem) n any municipality: within Volusia and Highlands

., LJ Counties designated by any Circuit Judge of
the Judicial
Circuit in
which the
n County is lo
( )
For State Superintendent of Public cated; the Legislature may provide also that
: Instruction I For Member County Board of the Clerk of any Court or any other Court officer
within said Counties shall maintain
Public Instruction offices with-
(Vote t for One) District No.4 in such municipalities and have available such

LEGISLATIVE official :records etc., as may be necessary to
TOM D': BAILEY (Dem) U I For State Senator (Vote for One) accomplish the purposes of this amendment,
a with Refills lOc ea. ., 15th Senatorial District provided however that the principal office of

GILBERT P. RICHARDSON (Rep) j (Vote. for One) RODNEY P. HALL ((Dem) n ed such from.Clerk the or County other officers Seat. shall not be remove

V i=1 ,Li"

BLACK For Railroad and Public Utilities T, For Constable, District No. 1
RED ,. Commissioner (Vote for One) AMENDMENT (

(Vote for One) For 'Member, House of Representatives
EDWIN. LEE "ED" MASON (Dem) (((1 (Vote for One) r ARTICLE XVI

Proposing an amendment to Article XVI of
The most economical VICTOR A. RULE (Rep) I A THOMAS, JR. (Dem) 0 For Constable, District No. 8Vote the Constitution of Florida by adding thereto
.. an additional section to be numbered by the
T I 1. ( for One) Secretary of State
U authorizing the County of
: writing ever devised. Brevard to hold civil: Jury trials jn designated

.t- The remaining offices, .required by law to be COUNTY' R. M. HERSEY, JR. (Dem) n further branch providing court houses that all within records the In county and

, Mr.. one filled candidate at this election for each are office.being To sought vote for by these only ..,...?Y..=', For County Judge U j i ir shall trial conducted be filed in in the any such main branch court court any houses civil

I ek'- remaining' offices place a cross (X) mark in the _. (Vole for. One) county seat. house at the
I. square-to the right of the name of the candidate Far- County Surveyor

forw om'Oudwretovote. To vote for a person THERON A. YAWN JR. (Dem) n (Vote for One) FOR .
I .L \ Bradford County Telegraphs whose name is not printed on the ballot; AMENDMENT
write his name in the blank space provided for -

I I .. that purpose. T 1--1 nl AGAINST THE AMENDMENT D I J



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