Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 3, 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
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System ID: UF00027795:03556
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i ti students have been "busyas trucks being- transformed into Dennis, or Sandra Whitehead is BHS. Band will lead a parade of i sponsors this year are: Kay Hart,

; r I bees" this week making pre- colorful floats with bright paper named the 1960 homecoming floats and decorated automobiles I!Sara Osborn?. Kathy Struth, An-

]parations for their* Tornadoes. to. napkins and crepe paper, and of Queen. Also presented will be through town to set the stage for j ne Matthews, Lynda,Gayle Moody

j strike the Fernandina. ,Beach.' .r Piri course, with the 1960 edition of homecoming princesses -. from the big game that night. The I and Margaret' Douglas

the Bradford High School Torna- the ninth grade. Barbara Kirk-; band will also play at the Tornado Homecoming festivities will end
ates in the 1960 Homecoming. does in whose honor all this madness land 10th. Jean Douglas and
; ; I Whirl tonight and at the .late Friday night at a.homecom
__ I game Friday night at Bradford is taking- place. 11th, Gayle Andrews. i!!game Friday night.i ing dance in the U. S. O- Building -
-- Memorial Stadium. Homecoming activities ,will of-
___ I The Whirl will be climaxed with i band will present a Friday on Temple Avenue sPOnsored
If schoolwork has not taken a fically be under way .tonight at i!night half-time program .of jazztunes Jointly by the junior and senior
eight o'clock when the Tornado {I a snake dance around the
back seat, it has certanly had to I from every year since Brad- I classes. .. -
Whirl, under the. direction of the I stadium and across the field to a'11 ford High graduated its first student -
Rd16a share the limelight with beautiful But whether this occasion will
junior class, will present its parade I huge bonfire where the BHS>i. in 1915.
.I I be sad 'one will depend entirety -
queen candidates and pretty of jokes, skits and beautiful gay or
f princesses with skits being prac-I coeds. The highlight of the evening Ei I,cheerleaders will lead a last rousing -i'i i The 1960 Senior Sponsors and I onwhether the Bradford

'. ticed until the participants mumble > will come when one of a I pep rally before the big game.{! their escorts, who will walk them fighting Tornadoes emerge from
; : their parts in their sleep, with I!I 1 quartet of senior beauties Brenda' Activities will resume again i ';, across the field in pre-game festivities -'their contest victorious? and still

Their/ Last "Homecoming" all kinds of ugly trailers and"I' Hinson, Sara Woodburn, Kay i Friday at 2:30: p. m. when the! will also be presented. The |undefeated- -

These! senior linemen-- who form a substantial They are '1. to r. (front row): John Miller, center -'

portion of Bradford's, fighting Tornado football ; Charles 'McCleod, end; Cecil Leach, tackle;

team will be seeing 'action in their last Homecoming Neil Phillips, guard; and Ronald Crawford, guard. BRADfORD COUNTY' TELEGRAPH

game when they take on the Fernandina Beach Bark: row: Allen Crews, tackle; Marion Cottle,

Pirates tomorrow night at Bradford: Memorial end; Don Page, now ineligible; Jimmy Malone, end;

Stadium. and Glenn Han-ell end.

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''' .. ? Buford Appointed In Tuesday's, Election

,) : New' Fire Chief Big County Vote Predicted

By City CouncilAssistant Based on past performance, at least 3,500 Bradford

County voters will likely go to the polls in Tuesday's General -> I

Fire Chief R. C. (Red Election and help choose a President .of the United

ri Buford has been promoted by Vote For Number four States and a. Governor of Florida.
c1a the Starke city council to fill a Although Florida has been

Ft vacancy left by the resignation of Unless You'd Like More TaxesAn placed in the "doubtful" category, OH WOE

the former chief, D. W. carpen- with some observers predicting it
will go for the Republcan presi- ARE THEYThe
ter.Buford's appointment came ( Editorial) dential'nominee for the third

Tuesday night, after Carpenter's consecutive time, Bradford County five Democratic officeholders =

resignation had become effective I This year Bradford County received $188,700 is expected to remain in the l and nominees In Brad

that morning the first of the I z' in race track funds. Each one of Florida's 67 Democratic bulwark it has been fore County who have indi-

month. Carpenter had submittedhis counties received the same amount since founding- almost a hun- cated they- will'not vote the
Democratic ticket Inthe
resignation a.t'the regular In Bradford this handsome sum was' divided dred years ago. straight '
council meeting on October. 15. (not equally) between the Hospital Board, theCounty' In 1952 and 1956, when Florida Nov. 8 General the horns 'Of
caught on
The former chief's resignationwas the School Board. was listed in the Eisenho..ercolumn. .are
Commission and
y j| submitted upon request of I Bradford went better' dilemma. .
If this amount were lost to the county, it have indicated
Horn No: I-ThtJ'
i|the council "due to existing conditions than two to one for his Demo.
,I would require the levying of an additional 20 they wQl not vote for,
| among fire departmentpersonnel. cratic running mate Adlai Steven
." mills to make it up. Kennedy end Johnson for

I Ready For Half-Time Show i iDaz.zUng Council also moved veteran t How many taxpayers, reading this editorial son.In the famed Hoover-Smith I'resident and Vice President.

fireman Harold Glasgow up' 'to I I would be willing to have an additional 20 mills election of 1928 which had the Horn 'No. 2-In qualifyingfor

Majorettes will play! 1915 will form the theme ,of one 1 ette Kay Christmas (center) are! take command of the assistant ($20 for each $1,000 valuation) added to their (I'same "religious issue" set-up as the office they hold they '
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an .important part In toe spec- number, and' the band will make j from left) Kay Hart Martha chief's spot left open when Bu-jl} tax bill? 'the current contest [Quaker vs took the following sworn

tacular. half-time show to be pre-i!its first use of "black light" in 4 i Long Carol Ward, Sandra' Shea-,ford was promoted. The two;. It is a known fact that some .of the State's Catholic, Bradford still remained eath: ", .tha-he did vote oPPosedrn for

sent ed by the' BHS band at the I l an off-beat production-or-rj, Aint,ley, Jo Smith, Linda Hopkins. shifts created a vacancy in;I "big county" leaders are greedily eyeing the in ,the Democratic column. 90;"m per.. ;,,;.eeht' saAemocratic, of the ]

Homecoming, game Friday :nightj Got Nobody," ,; Dorothy Savage, and Cookie Starke's, four man force and a; race',track revenue and seek-to-Jiyy t'he; equal giving Catholic Al Smith 679 *r|njSCKitiV general
Hit' tunes from each decade '' Clustered around head Major-1 Mathews. fourth full-time man' will be I.. votes, to his Quaker opponent, party al the last past '
named soon after a sufficient distribution formula .50'' that the money will be Herbert Hoover's 534. election .' ," .:and, that he .pledges \-
.distributed on a population basis. If this should to vote far 99 percent
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time has elapsed, for applications' Although Democratic organiza- ...
i I council stated,*.: ,'* 'happen Bradford, Baker, Union, Clay and"the I Lions in the county rave waged of the opposed nominees
4 iCouncilman Carl; .iHur&t: > .saidthat' :- ,other- w- aUe l.-"small counties" .would .get the '. vigorous.-'pre: >electiohv offensive;i tit 'Ja1d DemOcnttc J': party' .1
--' I -crumbs instead 'of curbrthe' >>Ie? "'V ; %whose' names-shin i appear upon -
B 19: a new 'fireman 'shbuld The: 1 :: an equal e only the November 8 vote-count
trY'- appointed as soon as possible to Now there is one way that you can help guarantee will determine whether the .the ballot.at, the 1Ien'sue-

relieve firemen now working dou-. the continued equal distribution of race Democratic presidential nominee, feedint general election and

ble shifts. t track money, and that is by voting on November.S John -Kennedy, will increase;:or during his. term in office, ifIected.v ,

Bowl'Queen f'r4' BuildingInSpection FOR Amendment No. 4 on your General Elec- fall short of the two-to-one ratio ,seven
;, '. While on the subject of the 'tiort'; ballot; This amendment provides that the Bradfordites have given the Smce Ihm'are only offices on
fire department Councilman Carl party's standard bearer in the oppose Democratic
Lamar Johns stated that inlh'epast present.equal distribution formula would be,, written -, last two presidential elections. the Not S ballot compliance
r into the. Constitution where, it would be im- the reqoire
the job of building inspector There.-are only 41 registered wltJ : ath .would" :
i had fallen to the fire chief. Johns possible ,for a "big county" controlled Legislature Republicans In the county, but voting for all seven. Anything

M he stated. the fire chief is hired fc>. to.take away at some future date. If this Vice President Richard M- Nixon lessthan, seven would not meet

fight fires and that extra responsibility is. ever done, Dade County alone will receive almost will poll many times that number the 90 per cent reqairemenU'

Contest could interfere with 25 per cent of the money, and the smaller. because of reluctance on the partof Worry. Worry. Worry- .

his job. counties' will go begging-or bankrupt.. some Protestants to vote for a ..,- .

Council Chairman J. D. Doyle Be sure to vote FOR Amendment No. 4 when Catholic in the White House, anda anti-Catholic literature. .' *

Under stated that he also thought the you 'go to the polls ,next Tuesday. That should so-called protest vote by others Of 30 Democratic officeholdersand
two functions should be separateand against certain planks in the
wn be to remember-FOR FOUR! Tell
I easy yourfriends nominees in the county, polled
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: that $600 had been providedin Democratic platform.
and neighbors to vote FOR FOUR,, too. by The Telegraph 25 have
the 1960-61 budget for that There has been no openly or-
indicated support of Kennedy and
\ purpose. Johns then suggestedthat ganized effort on behalf of, Nixonin
\Yay Johnson' for President and Vice
.k 1 Eston Jordan, employee of the county, with the exceptionof President. Three of the other five
the Starke Builder's .
.3 G'aw l Y ''Ivy anti-Catholic sermons preached said they woui4 support county
would be a good man for the ;
position. But no further action For 5th Straight by some Protestant ministers, and state nominess! but, not the.

was taken after Doyle suggested and distribution of anti-Kennedy,j national I ticket. Two others made.
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that council hold the matter open ,
h 1 Tornadoes
&j- until the next meeting for fur- Trample I I

-. -- ,' _- ther discussion.

The Junior Woman's Club of,I Betty Lou Wainwright (left),, BUS Cheerleader and daughter Policy Review CAMERA ..
According to policy; a private Live Oak :
past 20-6
Starke is sponsoring a Strawberry of Mr. and Mrs. J, K. Waimvrig!tit of Starke, was the first con: By ,

Bowl( Queen contest to be held in testant to sign up when member s of the Starke Junior: Woman'sfor parking space ,for Dr. Harry .d. .

conjunction with the annual Club began taking registrations the first Strawberry Bowl Gruen, new dentist whose officeis .
After being stalled off for two and to a 20-6 victory over
Strawberry Bowl charity football Queen Contest. Doing ,the hon ore (at right) is Mrs Hal W. on the corner of Call and Wal- romp
game sponsored the Starke quarters Bradford High's deter- Live Oak's Bulldops. _J
Hand chairman of the contest committee, while In the back- nut Streets, and a loading zone
BPOE. mined Tornadoes came 'on in the The victory was a big one anda _
ground are three of her assistanFml is '(l-r)' Mrs Lola Garbett, Sirs [Continued on Page 21] '
The contest is open to,girls the 1 second half to score three 'D'sI must for the Tornadoes; it was
Sncll, and Mrs. A. Q. Sir lth.
ages of 16 and ,21, Participants their fifth straight since a tie

will be judged %In bathing, suits I ber of points will be crowned Mrs.: Hal W. Hand 1341 Blanding 1 New Baptist Minister Arrives .1 with Macclenny in the season's

and,evening gowns, and: .,will also I Queen of the Strawberry Bowl : St., or JoAnn Rowe at Bradford; first game and it was their second -

be ..rated on talent, and person- i and will be presented during halftime I High School. Each girl entering Rev. Leo A. Hebert pronounced three children, Harold, 10, Cheryl, Conference win. A loss Fri-

ality. i festivities at the bowl gameon !must hare a sponsor, and an entrance a-bare), new pastor of the First 6; and Timothy, 3. day night would have knocked the E

Preliminary" judgingwill be i Saturday, Dec. 3, in Bradford fee of $10 will be charger I Baptist Church, arrived in Starke Born in Alexandria La., the Tornadoes out of their fourth

held "December I, and the tenflnallsts i I Memorial Stadium. for each, contestant. Deadline. r with his family last week and 35yearoldminister received hisBD consecutive Keystone championship -

selected will be judgedon I All girls interested in filling out enterting the competition is November will be in the pulpit Sunday 'for degree 'from .the New Or- unless ,either, P.. K. Yonge, oLive x .
December :2 I at the Bradford: Oak beats Green Cove
I his first
forms should contact sermon
registration 17. as pastor. leans Baptist Theological Semi- %
High School auditorium.The I Springs, undefeated this in
Mr. year
(pictured below) nary in 1953. Mrs. Hebert holdsa
girl with the highest num- :I _. came to Starke conference play. t- -
from Tallalla.ssee.where B.A.
Degree with a major in
.. I, Coin Collectors Talk I Rec ScheduleFor he was associate pastor of Bible. ** So intense. was the battle on the

the First Baptist Church. Arriving Live Oak turf last Friday, that .t
Hobby RotaryCoin During World War lIt Mr. s
HAVE FUN! !I\ Coming Week with him to make their home Hebert served. 16 months as a Bulldog center.. Rudy Brock sailed -

collecting was the topic in the Walnut Street pastorium chaplain's assistant in New off the bench to tackle Tornado -

Square Dance. discussed at the Rotary Club Schedule of Starke Recreatio 1 I are his wife, Ruth, and their Guinea and the Philippine Islands halfback'Richard Duggar after .
IJ Department activities the coming he was in the clear and going for
Class Wednesday when four avid collectors :i weeK: -t'- _.'- _-" -__ ,....c., I Ian apparent TD. The officials 3 Fi .

Freeman Register, Jr., I however called the play back be-

Every Monday Freeman Register IH, Billy Dowl- j Saturday. I cause of a holding penalty down- ;
8 P.1\1.\ 9 and 10:15: a., m.-Bantam }, : 'L .
; ing, Jr., and discussed j ...: .. field.
their Bishop League football games at Pratt :..,:,....c. :...... .'.,:.: The first half was a scoreless
USO Building: Street Playground. battle that seesawed and down I
Sponsored By The collectors also broughtsome 11 a. m.-Archery Club meets, I up I
; the field but neither team could
of their rare .coins, which ;'it _
City RecreationDepartment Pratt Street Playground. muster a scoring punch II I
included gold-plated pennies, 20- Yf x. I
7:30 to 10:10 p. m.-Teen Timeat
I Live Oak came. the closest to ,
cent pieces, half dimes, and ancient i
I USO. ,
i" scoring in the initial two periods s_ X !
Roman coins. These were Fri
Moiu Wed.,
of play after Bob Cade, senior f fr
displayed and passed around for 3:15 and '4 p. m. Trampoline .. ,.,.,;: ... .'., i
I -. ".. .. ." left halfback, intercepted an Ir- ,
This Space Contributed inspection.. I II classes at USO. C .,',C.:." .C c, :;: win Martin aerial on the Bulldog ". .

Weekly to Publicize I The program was in charge Tuesday ) '; ," 25 yard stripe. Bulldog quarter- Who says citrus won't grow ia North Thridat : f

i Mr. Register, Sr. 3:15: and 4 p. m.-Tumbling .li' I? back Steve Peppers then skirted As proof Ed Balmier: displays this weighty huh of !
Community Events by classes at usa ," ;
his left end for 33 yards. Then be 13 .. 1
BankHolidayNov.il Wednesday i ..... ... 11)a
f hit Cade with a pass to the ) ) : i
THE COMMUNITY 3 p. m.-Cheerleaders meet at '. ; Starke 17. Peppers then lost his "
I The State : .STt j Street. Dahmer: figures he will gather five or six tashd
L Community Bank of high school gym. s ... touch he to the Starke two !
j ., ,. as ran from the -i iSecret
BANK I Starke and the Florida Bank at : -" x : tree that sprouted front a sued 'IS"Jean ego.
STATE Thursday
where the baH fen from his arms -
Starke will not be open for busi- 9:30 and 11:30 al m.-Arts and I \ .' and rolled through the end zone of its success: the tree grows close to the wall; cia "

OF STARK ness on Friday, Nov. 11. Veteran's Crafts Class at 'Boy Scout hut.I, with a Starke hand being the last the south side of the building, where ls protected:'from t
Day 'a legal holiday in Florida. 7:15 and 8' ;pm; ; Volleyball )I "'f srintry blasts. '
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.. _I"____ ,.__,__--1"M'b.'. .,_ Stevie Simmons of Miami was : Mrs. S. E. Simmons of Miami:is I S ,". QY.Recent ..-, S.

the weekend guest'of Donnie Page. I J the guest of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Buford Appointed ilawteyMan I Woman Dies In Births

Mrs. S. q. Truluck of Jackson-! Adams this.week.. ,

ville and Mr. and Mrs S. O. Tru 1"rcnvtey'M .. Bradford n.i i County.'. immme&luounces Hospital t an11 -
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= bevmc. MkbJDt fp ,> Nt4I,,, '; f the following births:
luck Jr. of Oxnard Calif.
New Fire
i wereat| Denmark Fcraltur C*. if Chief IH irOtRa Mr. and Mrs. George Canova
luncheon guests Tuesday of Mr. ,
and Mrs. Owen Vaughn for the, Mr. and Mrs. George' Huggins I "-* S A,. 75-year-old' Ohio'woman" was Kingsley' Lake, a daughter Cynthia -

81st birthday anniversary of Mrs. are attending the National Cpun. Continued from Page 1] 2-Y J old fcaytey., man. found dead last Friday morning 'LouAnn Oct. 28. Mrs. Ca-
Truluck. Sr. ty Agents _conyeqtlgn-in M"mt ii i i James.Alfred_. ; tajh"a: been, in 'a.'iCawtex: : motel room. Bradford S nkya is the 'former Joan Furlong.

I 1, from Monday to Friday .'I |on South 'Thompson Street forWtcheU'5 cgarg h jw;: th' stahitbry, jipi4r,'icase.f.hivolvihg c$Wty Sheriff P. D. Rddish>e'ppried -i Jtov and Mrs. Ernest tuj ne

New Vail FJower and Garden Seed Mr. and, Urs,.,RJHxon. have Drug Store was approved -I a 12-u- t .Moriiday. j Tan Starke a daughter, Paula

I .r. and.; Mrs, J, C. ting and Mr. and Mrs. Henry StefanelHyigited for andVInter at Sistrunk's.j I had as guests" tt.M11..JIo\Y.- ty the council. But ,; rd County gir!, Deputy 'pie. T.:'O. Rita, star phystr 4 S !|i_Elaine bet, 28. Mrs. Tanner i fc
council -
tn, Loijnie, of Deland end Mr. Mr. and Mrs.: Albert Stef- ,Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar enter-jard J&riptj ,qf.Sk rQurg..pq stated that loading Dolph Reddish. reporte.dtrx. t1 said. .that 'eva Gertrude ,the. former Pauline .Gay.

and Mrs. William Woo4} of Doug- aneU) in Jacksonville Tuesday. gained the Wednesday morning i Sunday n4Monday, andM& and zones and ". 5' Cook, of West Tiff n Street. Atica )-. Mr. ani ito Clarence Moxire.Staike .

lasvOle' Gal were Sunday eve- They: brought their grandson, Albert bridge club at luncheon andj Mrs. Will Vizard vqf Bro I private spaces are cluttering the **!kj the offense took .Ohio, apparently diedof na- S a daughter. O X. 29. '

ning' supper guests of Mr. and Jr., back with them for a I bridge at the Timuquana Coun-I Mass, on Saturday and Sunday."Pvtjb. iOwn. areas and a review of "pjacs'near !RoweJl .take, south of I I rural causes. The sheriff said Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Robert

Mrs.: : L. D. Vining. week's visit. try Club in Jacksonville on Wed- I : Rltdi.Qrfezi: of f..QJ1 The entire policy is slated to take !|Starke, where the.girl's family re-' j i|tiat, the elderly woman aId .sr i Johnson. Jr., Starke, & 'da gher. ,

Miss "Loy Ann Cribbs of Jack- .Mrs. W. R.Brannen of.Missoula, : nesday. I! Japkson, S c. if ashome. for te place at a later meeting. j's Jdest,, jast. Saturday .afternoon.'Dr. i travelin companjon, tawrerice :;i-Oct i.Revand.

sonville was weekend guest of Mr. Mpnt .arrives t, this. weekend' to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thomson weekend, Sarabpu Wells._ Starke phyr i i i'sjciari.examin Dickaan 78, of Clyde Ohio, j I! 'Mrs. Barry Drew. Van

And Mrs. Norman Willis. her brother and sister-in-law" Mr. and son of Monticello were weekO j I Imprinted and Photographs Council discussed making' a |; e4 j the child and j| checked into adjoining rooms. at!;Devent, Starke. a 'son Jonathan

Mr. and Mrs. John Frye and :'anjd. Mrs.. W. H.' Nollman.. end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. F ; Christmas Cards now ai i>policy of not establishing any ice n1hiiiid that 'she had been the Bel-1r Motel last Thursday ,Tayjor"'Oct, 31,

daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Clark Klrsch Drapery Bods at. Starke .F. Stump. i! BiMrs. & '. ttebi i more( private parking: or loading i molested,. Reddish, said. night. I j I.Mr.t. 4' .Mrs. Robert Harpld

Stamper and children of Cleveland Hardware.. tech : E. S. Matthews will return -j Friends of Paiil Hut W1n', pa es. .But Chairman Doyle) 5''The.deputy also.reported .that Dickman told. Reddish that i i Fill .Starke & daughter, Oct. 31.,

Tenn. were weekend guestsof Mrs. N. B. Rosier and children to Orlando Sunday after : regret tohiarbtthlatii of fils:i stated that these spaces wereitt I !: fender.'s. mother,. Mrs Pearl) when he couldnt arouse Mrs. I -

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas spent the weekend with Mr. and spending the past several weeks ,father, .H:. V. H tCh1ui.: of Haw-: ;(nef.egsary.due to a lack of alley J j Starling of Lawtey. has.Aliped ai Cook by knocking on' the. .door i I 'S Q q Q f'pt
,t their camp in the Scrub. The Mrs. R. S. Johns in Lake Butler, here with her son and daughter-I thom on Sunday ; ways jn,.the city. i petition< for inquisition of incomr last Friday morning, he entered !

Thomas' house guest, Mrs. Emma Mis. Rosier, Mrs. Johns and Mrs.E. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. EL L. Mat- i Mr. and Mrs.'rj. H. Ritch have; Wt: Mams CJ rfd pe tency in the county Judge's office her room. and found. her dead, j I j waticb A Bradford-Union Singing Con
I will meet at 2
inner ot Cleveland Tenn. ac- B. Andrews were visiting Mrs. thews. t returned from ten [ .Councilman Carl Lamar John this week. Starling will be The couple was en route' to p. m. Sun-
( days visit withiflB day Nov. S in
Cpntfjaflied i tfjem back to hej $p.: H. Djttroar In Jacksonville on Mr. and Mrs W. G. Haile and Mr. and Mrs. Eanite Ritclj Jl | :4n .bjghb fore ,tb ,. c9uicl i. examined, by Tql lcL qQ tQr Bradenton. Dr. R tch said, that j 1 tist ChurchV, the Bropker Bap-
home. Tu sd.ay. Miami will: I Ia ) tht has. ,exi riumerous battles of medicinp TBveryone Interested
'r' three. daughters, of Jo inSOQ. T' T- : "J J" .Ti-W-"r- ""ie deputy .$ S. in .
gospel music Is
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickeringof ; tag pity resideAfs in past 'ThV found In the dead womani invited. to attend. .
Extra Bobbins! save time-Stock spend the weekend with Mrs. Mr d irs. |Kbbie) ha1Ier months deputy sheriff reported I. room : .

xjp/wtth Sln,er Bpbiias it Den- Faulk, Ark. former Starke Haile, Sr. and will attend the were &U*. dinner owsis of MP'f 1-'y logg:e
matt Furniture Co. ti residents, will visit friends here Methodist homecoming on Sun- arfl 4s. RwuWfaT. Q.w'_Js1ig -"Jthat5 .jfull-Uriie. ,' man be. StarUng 'hd lured the girl aw y'from i health. Theron -4. Yawn, Cointy) Judge S pf
nest week. ) the city;: to.Inspect- I her home obste s1b1y to digfish II. -'_' .S5"SS 'S.S. Bradford "County Florida, on Tuesday -
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)ran4.: Mrs. Charlie Wiggins so ljil" S r'I I fire r..tT ....... feart IB'F ..4d i at ..0:001.: of Xovember ?S.
!r. and .{" Tommy O'Brian and Mrs. "David Montgomery and Vida Jean Gentry of Wesleyan I Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen' were hydrants arid to flush waterS S, bait. The girl went back .r' Bradford C...t,. } .rIds. 196.i) for approval of the lame and

Children, and Mrs. Dora Fender daughter Janet were .visiting Mr. College. Macon. Ga. spent the|.visiting Mr. and Mrs;..1., P. Hazen I i mains. Council found that.no city;]I home. and. told her-. *- mother what\,debased.Sotloe In rer.Estate of Nick Vilropuloj S .. of for thC final'tlf discharge te'
I Stockton. Ga. were Sunday din- end Mrs. Robert Byrd in Lake weekend with her parents., Mr.un I Ocala on Saturday.* j utility department)head.1 had..been.. L had taken place: diheer Si I Of Filing Petition For .'deceased .

jwr guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. City last week. and Mrs. G. L. Gentry; j 1| Hallmark Christmas Cards on I I' given this,, ,responsibility' in, the re reported it to the sheriff's de- !''Final To >4.11 Diflcharire Whom Jt Of May Administrator.ConcenuXotfrei October 2S Sd-Xtcholas, 1>60. Malllis

;D. Vining. Mrs. Joe Martinez was visiting Mrs. Edna Sistrunk had as week'I 1 display now at Bullingtoiite: 'tfchg past, though' Light Plant Superin-. partment.Starling. is hereby given that I L Nicholas MallllsAdministrator .
Denton DeVoe is a medical Mr. and Mrs. J. Martinez end guests Mr. and Mrs. George : J terident Riley 'Wadin,stated that yasi arrested Sunday I have filed my final returns as' tut* of the Estate of
lent In radford County Hospital.pa- in Mandarin last Saturday on her Stansbury of Pensacola and Mr.L.j Mayor I "IIrOPUI\"i
James Cottrell of birthday and the birthday of her and Mrs. Dave Stansbury of New Mrs, Ruby Johns. Merrill' ,Ed sections of t ie JW. I to.catcii'a rldeJw to'.l4Wrtey ,I on for final rtlncharse.d ;"1J WMIMEi&

?..was Sunday visitor of Gainesville Mr. and grandson. port Richey. j wards J and Oscar"Davis.were in Wasdin said that many of the .:by...bepiitj' Sheriff Russell'Redding. L :i Lj wiiL-apply Jonia1t1Ji St SS- 5. ---_, ..n. .

Mrs. W. B. Sewell. Tuxedo Feeds for Poultry and Mrs. Virginia McGuire of Orlando .-]i i /West, Palm Beach fromrSaturday' cit y'i fire hydrajit Ui are frpzen up ." iir

Livestock at Sistrunk's., spent the weekend with her I itq Wednesday attending the and have a sludge in them. "I L .sf 1I1Ig Isjww in the BradforjiCounjVjJail I ALYAUfB SI i( : &ilothii

I-- I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Errol Alvarez. Florida League of. Municipalities.5 have put a wrench oh some'fire: awaiting tests: for i"n"nW.AnfOV. .-l
meeting. hydrants : *ttapltflJk-F r****'KiTi "'111 i 1 I
and Jumped .
; and. VVMifc'Vi'w j- _.
Mrs. H. A. Lawson will return Seed! Oats, and, Bye ,at-5 SU-, downA6n if without loosening. the -5- -S.- -S--- S-- '- iPTTO -:-- _

:. JERWILLEGAR MOTORS Friday after going to Lakeland trunks Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Badgett ofLake |nut," 'W s in said.. Yi PA n It Refillt: Trade.lt 11'.THOMPSON.FLOJUST.'T,

to get her mother, Mrs. Annie Wasdin said he thought a. man S _flIO\n WO c.tt.aIJ
I Worth spent the nOH,. \\0
week J89l'
Register, at the home of Mr. and alreaoy"eihployed by the city 5 \\0.-1,2.
Mrs. Charles Lawson and also, with .- 'and-Mrs, Bo>' adett. cpul*:be found to Insect. the by- TELEGRAPH GLASSIFittKjLCH wp 'nRp Ji.TJ\'T'n FLOnB'WQfl PLnWER* .

"risiting her daughter Miss Eliz; Among those'attending' homecoming dr thus saving the city thecost 1tll. :4 ,'I', 5- tfc.

I abeth Lawson in West Palm at' FSTJ In Tallahassee" of an extra. em'pI yee. -itthi- SEW1XGMiCiI1N1rtsJ&niatIvk '"
Beach. lihe past weekend Were .T. H. Jaycee f"r .
a'W .. __" will he ln fradfordCo.
"'"" ) 'ftE'OL"O ; -4 r.t. 'W.v
Bobby Turner, Ann Elder,, A representative of'the Starke -. .I'.S .;__ ;-;.; .' .c- ._.. .. .J "---c _- S ._.r Mondays and Frlflays. ,1'or" ter
Replace jour old Mirror ma- i Suzanne .Lamee,, and Joe,, Hardin. Jaycees Bob 'Williams WousoII.Lsts. 0.. I.tk. (If...... "an.oft vieOB.. any make jnvenki .\ .)
chine belt with Singer Belt appeared or tall Singer Sewing irach4n v.Ca
a new '
i >!.. W. S. '. Slade returned I. before the' council to request Ih'e ',( i f. :" r .IIIf-" i to!'x. "Marlon St or Phohe W
'rem prnmark FnrnUore Co. tf I Tuesday from. three [weeks *visit grthMrandMrsN.K..ThirstIr UP's' participation'' !ln several I .An.prf") WORQ ona .__-, Ao.1Q".." Ihp ,CUV, }' -TfcM
Miss Mary Agnes Matthews, a w .. O COI1 T. 0T! aEPV3I''IRTIOU' ... :
student at FSU spent the week In i. of; 'the Jaycees monthly forums J5-* A" DTI| ?>At fJOR BUND AllS OR ADS SOT PAID 11,_AOA FOR SALE -- .Breeding age. re ,).
Indianapolis. Jnd. I over"radio station WRGB. Williams I 1 1W' I Itered I Angus Bulls. Price- .rsaai.
end at her home here. .. .. 'Conner 44501. ?
Mr. and, Mrs. V. O, Bridges returned said the city's utilities S I t I .0.1y. IVO ,
Mr. 'and Mrs. Ronald Andrews Tuesday problem '('HAite- foa prpf ram, (01 FOR SALE. I" 4felip
frpin ten day l, is a pertinent issue now S tarmni. .Loans of -I. to i sean Ready mix.concrete, concrete'block: ,I I A
and sons, Mrs. Sarah Wright and visit with.Mr,. and.Ml1..'. Bert Lee i and 'asked thai the council discuss for the' entire? ,'crtdU$ r 4ar! .- ronc.i, fence posts sand, cement.Motar I R r $S $$ t"
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Andrews. in Seffner; ; nents.oLthe fanner and bit 1&.my.Galne mix, rock steel oytU.'II1,
k this problem hi coi riparis ri with Tni 'production Credit Llaierpck and Roof Orayel: Phone .
: rl.N.ET
pent at
Sunday Cedar
G Key. Order Imprinted and Pnoto- 'iu; O" Worth MaID Bradford PJANQ.
: utility rat of other cities In this c'atlon, WO4-2521.. Engineering
'.. \ Mrs. Lila Donavon and Mrs. graphlcChrl tm 'Cards'- 'now a area-- S -S paisiervfl1.! rIa, Uc -S Co. .tfJ l .50 Per Month
Carrie Bethea are medical pa- B1JUnrtoU's 'ifch -
ients In Doctor's Hospital Mr. arid Mrs. Eddie 5 Hartmann S c 'sure Chairman the council Doyle stated- he was All RADIOS Make ;REPAIRED AQSHEPHERD'S Complete T ee Service. j Also Complete Line .of .
wants to ;
I tie Fertilizer for Garden and Flow participate. t.saaakle ChalEt paraat. NEW WURLITZEH PIANOS
ARE LOADED WITH CLEAN of Jacksonville. B aQi. and MrJ;' ." Council loved' t6. havethe RAlJlb"-TV Pruning Bracing D tQq.:

ra at; Sistrunk's.Mr. and.Mri:, Al. Hartoann of 'Starke, first session, 'on the thirdThursday r .1... ."JlH.. Oifker4M.K g .Cavity Work : Tiww 'ft. S iNn. ORGANS.
and Mrs. B. D. Brown Jr.pf were Saturday eYenjng, gjiests of t "..S Call S t.-- pt0. 4.$1 loral u- ITransplanttiifSapp's From $49500' I
USED GABS m THEY ARE I Nov.: 1.1., after theregular ] 'Itu I
AVQn Park have m.oyed to 558 Mr.; and, Mrs. non, 'champion' a.t;' .m eting"oh the-'third; Tues, _._ i ,"_ ...1&J 5, '" S.S Tree Surgeons!t.. ;
W. Call Street. Mr. Brown is em-- an 'oysterroast.; S. S day,. Wmiamjsp6int; d but that'allproblems I .IJS-\L"J'LORIIT .. ,I l'4 ly SIjC CENTER; : .

I PRICED TO SELL ploye in the Classification. department .!r. and Mrs!I EdLjawspn( andj 4 ; could'.;hot be fully aired IlT-l loW .ti P.4 itlr.edaftt T. 'p; Florist-plal-e.'In. Stance.I I "PETE'SAPPSTARKE PHONE,- Owner m!4.S9IL'( tQq.Jl41eN1I| Av%"., .'

at the State"Farm} sons Jhjimy/jind/Tony PhDDIwO .' ,. -' .1 Fli! Ph. 'Fa -4W
i nd TOj i In :lone half-hour. program, but, forall occasions iocalty. 1 .0 qjuy5 '
:. 4.19t. 508 fip Mabry :
Purchase any moa,1 ot .8n weyisI5Ing ?Mr. anq'MIS. thaturthersessionS.; would be Our Salesman is ia SiariSa.

Sewln Machine at Denmark J. H. Lawson.: in! Moultrie'Ga. .' ,. o:'to the. C'tlf -.they were fOR;" Jt. T.1r"8h.i! imN ?: : r Every.Week.. '
$49B$ 1954 Ford V-8 Furniture Co. If over the weekend;,' '" ':: \1'" :1 de.slr.edl,v' .': r ', .. S S Ib.Opptni'4't.: ..Ieaona1de center. PloneWO.J-Q11, tats.. ear .. t,-. .

... ,' ? .Qr,'n. ,. ,.. .
Mts .
r'A.\y. OV1
t4, I 1. nare .tf1" f tritb : oo fo H.-S T'' t too II I od bathJurpi..hed
attending' th.:1 ri il's Co \Qfflce.liAiiN1&
thePublic. :
i 'ctiDh was
--_. -. .. 'talten! on Jacksonville - ; S' 1K" Japartmervt. "Private yen
.. .
Overdrive One Owner .'" .Health l ;.Assoc Igon5jneetin g. "engineering; firm'Reyn tra QC*. UtllUlts furtiishtd.* I. .

in San Franciscp' Calif.' "from. Oct: olds, Smith"-and Hills' $900 estimate McFIS&Si J ; 1i Oreenr IZ32. 'llaiford. ltd. phone itp WO 11.3 4- '

31 tp Nov.: 4.,. of inspection for corrosion Uln
L ;
Florida 'DIlY. JPpik t
f r->* 'i7r-irr : .Xr.sJii.rgs TCdor style 4
$$5f51955SiuilebakerSta.Wg.CLEAN % Order Imprinted .&pd.Photi.1.1 i in the its.' hew natural gas 110 teniod S f..- ral tta. P bedroom brkk house. Completely

graphic Christmas, J ,i I lines.-'The council!1 plans to obtain I Furniture.j "*" J i rpnovated.. ,Inside; stean heat gas ,
Repaired,' Uphol; I water .heater; backyard extends ,
BpUiD. ., on'8.. tfchffMr. 'more information to determine if ;
/ ( Jepth .block-ideal for small xbil'dren. -
and:, Mrs.. Fernandiha B I Councilman' .Wayne ., r IficeA. Ite home for tb> rfiscrlittt!
Theatre Mh werefeeken41 'Douglas TrR
; l\f SS S -
; .. najlng': family man. See at: S2J X.
guests of Mrs. O, L. .e sley. and'. moved.that a 12' by 14 foot i room < : Walnut St. Qet key at SOS N' I

$5'951955$ Packard 400 series .- Mrs<-J.'w..1tf) c:' be built.cmfi?,.the' city hall in N leif Innerspringsi. For Eipert Tree Sorcery Cati Oor Walnut" 'At.'.' Fhone. WO. 9-lUl. tfchgt ,

Mr. and MrS;' ies Stroud )f. which to install the, City's tOay. : rid. -J, 9'1. Spring S Age t f- ? f --.
SAT. NOV. 5' Greenville""were weeKend'' guest \V radio system which. is soon to prep; Us .a Card. or. _Call 224 N. Temple Phone \VO. i-S3 3 i Small ''famished apartment ,for I
Tudor Hard ; .. rente X C. VUn irt.. Williams,
Top, Power Steering and 4PALATKA S
Brakes, Radio, First Feature of" Mrs. M, pi: 13deV ;' be put into operation. But council EA 5-91" : i Jewelry/>npl" bnlr. tfchg
Heater t and! Automatic. Fine Car. Bishop and Mr,, iidS.fanihjv" d idedto wait to 'tak any such 1 .:.'Y ,.W i _- -, -' eArL butldtzlng: Jackson and grading.for top fill W:dirt.T,, ) SAI.E "
:FOR bedroom, 1
STAUKE TI % -itb,
: i.---n..........I Henley"of Jacksonville vnA Dr. J, measure., until the mayor ''and WO 4-SMI_ Jaqkson, WO 1-4011. tfchr: | living fining room grid den ma- I

E, McKinley .of Oalnesylje were chief I of, police wbo will'have ims.. pkacv S, 8tarite,
$| f$ -1954 FordV-B Tudor ; JQHN WAYNE !Citing'Rey, and Mrs.w H p. BoJ1ette \I['charge Qf.the system, decide" what Ajeal.,- !. One Lights and and.two water bedroom.Included apartments{45 per i:, with extra onl building>". Call lot.WO See 4-148J b>..ap'polnfinent or-

"THE FIGHTING on Tuesday. I I1 I will, be 'necessary"Then, .Cbair-- -S or.. ,-'....Pi .. ''.' -. ,. ip.&: Inquire in rear. 518 S. Epper'I''I i, \c)' 489t.- ., :.tfchg. j'
'man Doyle sussested bids be a oa St. V. U Kirchaiue.: *
I Order Imprinted and Photo- may INTRODUCTORY. I 1 1S iHoUBU For Sale t ;ndJ bed*
1.! KENTUCKIAN.. g ;. thLmaa ., mw at" submitted, by the council'. toiljc the .tjii5b0 '. J FOB SALK.Xew .. .I i rooms.-- mall. pavruont terms lk! .
1952 Ford : A REPUBLIC Bullingion's. 1[p for the Job and used Building Supplies" rent;, Xo.closing cost. W. H. XoHtnae -, !
$195 1 Victoria tfchf I Sl X Cherry St.
-"Ii A reauest.from the Starke Telephone Enkri rf2Siatidnerjr' q fri ss Drive way pipe, la lengths Ji.i Tfchf \
: Mrs. Paul Butchlns was. a medical 1. Co. for"'rental' of loan of: i per fiKit. See Billy Jackson. jack.ann FoR REXT Attractive close in ''I
ond patient in' Alachua 'Oe r Piitldlng SnppHes. tfchfl I 3 rooms and bath
Feature apartment Very
-. the city"a ditch digguwaS tabled IE
Hospital last week. teticrhes furhUhedapartraenH E .reasonable. W. II XoJIman. S10 N.
; FOB KENT S room .
Ford r- -.__- Don .Ray for further study: "Die company 6 J< X. Chufch St. I'hone! I Chem81 TfchgXatur
1957 Fairlane ; ;' '' : 1 TUley was In penteryjlle 500-.i Large Erivdopeji ,
$1095 1\ 'i IIi 1&. claiming' to. purchase a machine .. : \\0 4-l;<4 or apply at 11t'bir' S.j j 1
and _
Nashville colorejl
Tenn. last St. I woman wanted
IWTUMISFUMM week visiting relatives.Mr. of its own and wanted. to 500 Business,Cards Fridays to iron and sit with In- .
i \ I II use the city machine,for demonstration FOR SALE 110 acre farm with """" while I shop. P. onf0, 4- i
.Fordmatic, Radio, Heater Power I SM'irs.w.. ,H. hand ofLeesburg FINEST ENGRAVING Wl.
Steering. i purposes, but the .city 7 room' house andS and' room ._i ::1t bg ,
I II were visiting and I houses. .uoo down balance like .
r I Mrs. W. Hal Hand Mrf ,4e? pot'. usually rent out itsequipment ALL FOR 48'05. rent. Wesley Crews Rt. 1 Lawtey. WANTEDS S-.. Paper root carrier t

$1095 -1958 Ford Tudor d 1. t. Mr. and Mrs. J. R.last Wilson week.and dbuncil ,also council, ordered 6tated. ''''Fl i .' (u-d ) ?tp-11-8 I for rar. oat Write of town O. S. paner.P. O.Mnt Box hayS ttJ t

daughter Gamesvme' Police FOR REXT 2 bedroom h uae. Sfdrke. Jtp 11-$
w re {Sun- Chief Mey'Sweattoe that uhsigWly BRADFORD; COUNTY Xicely furnished. Mrs. J. D. Seymour t
Plus "Electronica" Cartoon I day dinner guesti'of 'Mr. ::and pjles of trash from the Sat TELEGRAPH ; 6i X. .Water St. ftp 11-1. FOR SAJUF TBRKK BEDROOM
Green & White One Car Owner Mrs. J. E. Hardy. RLOCK HOI-BB. fltRATOGA I
urdt. Seteer'sSuBermarket < .. n.', 'U4 ... FOR SALE 2 bedroom home HEIGHTS. RXECEU.E BUY.
SUN., MON. TUES. Kirsch Drapery Reds it Siarke on J ntit Jgtreetb Drive A Uttle Save.a Lot Unusual with utility.* room. 'automatic Ffurnaee. U15 Pratt It. P.... WO 43111.WONDERFTJL '
Y. .rgjnovetj- ralucs in house 'tralJ ra. Lak Cor. -St. Clair and Bridges 1
Nov. 6, 7, and 8 ffchT Residents had reported the trash Genera Trailer Park. 1 mile S. E. St. ,OOO. Phone WO 4.8591. 1uha! (
$$695 Olds SSFordbr Mr. and Mrs. H? K. Da. wjfe. ,glye|.the. city 'a, b ajck ,*xe: The Ieyiione Heights. on Hiway- s 160.; S 4tchg 11-1 I bWJj'it) i

I in MarshaIl N. (. from Saturday chief was also! ordered to see that S. tfchgS. POR REST Lake front o. ttag-,To pta S$5a Ctynse'to.famflr. O
Automatic, Radio, Heater to Thursday' of last weekidue the back .pf.Sam FOR .SAIJ? J. BulUlft; lots and .lJltplf'Jrly furnished near"Keystone I Ot thai
i to area Rosenberg's, acreage, 'Mechanloal q.lghtli. 14* month. Mr*. Oloott.4t necessary ;m,n,
[the death"of Mr. Davjs* Jbn. T. store on East Call-Street be cleaned I dra'thgttol 'sei.: $34. For Draftsman Rnt.4 Ii" ...35I ''JlIl'k"'nvll. <-h|? Jl-IO 'he AVON :way, We !train! !. !.1.

ManIeypayIs.S. .up; ptr residents had also reported 1 rpo.m-furnished cottage-fdr, Chris O oJi"R T' I room with' bath"irniehed Wrtf t : OnWi C. Sweat'. 1'. p. 1
$ -1957
Ford tian .
$895 Tudor Mr'and.krs.'E> .! ant couple TJd, ilri Box 440 J :L.phon.Clark.WO Kate 9- anartment In Hampton.. 1411.1< /.. Oaiknj.xrAX .
of Jacksonville Be ch"wereguests 1 : un ftl'lig '11'". Jessie.' CJiaiitaln.. HamptonTfcftg'I i.p 'wirrFi _

of. )4./and, Mrs. .A1Btinann to attention ot the I .. '. ,. )
ONE j the. b&ra\the!J Draperies made Tour materiaf t.v. Jt vP .J f.1
Mr. and Mrs.I .. W' S' 4di ,s bad ;conditlon of West Butler-.mine. Callllr HMt'1J' ..Tiirr.l)1O. 115n'i:; with arthrixtis needi roOm Of ..TCMf,\--t Uk O"AP
J ,41r-V.i-lIofn.i"f'.lirht' {# tnrt hoard. )1Ult'' hare grovnd floor p**Jrs} In .<
iI' ip Its.
tfrkf. Prodfli'tn
JflGffllfOMMASCOPg : had as'guefts'Jast ) il lJ.Oa, In south west Starke, The '
!, :rand 'imm. Xo children. Hall been pay"sr'feo tibJbhe.1. MfffMr profit" of J50.or .
Mrs. L. R. Roberts of Lake r road Johjis ald. was 60 'muddy port SAIJ5 Photo .,ui rier and ppr. month. Wrivo.-LftIt' ITK F. st start plleett.f", -o"Tnrrctmcpt -
$$395 1955 Ford V-8 I dark I room eaulpment. Psinter and Felgenbann.liK pree! Are. Miami n.r*'ary. Will h..lp. you
Wagon COLOR by oe LUXE Bugler. / J that. It was not passable' 'ev'n to 1 1 paper. hjnffefjto?Li Cqalpmtnt : J'.p" "tt 1I*. lip '11-' rt $*rf.d. 'rHer.. lL' Ruble.
.' HaUmark Christaaj cards on school.buses; theioat r was reI Paint Sprayer Floor Polisher. 'lUnd. rPt. X-J. Watkins HrwJueu. Inc. I
-" display -treet : 'Hicks..CcHoncitoan Sander Mimeograph. machine. oxS pH".IFF. TJflP'_.* Memphis J, Tenn. Itp
ferred Supt s. R. .
B Di
Plus Good Scouts" Cartoon nowat tfchf IA. Starfce.. ._iip 11-18 TM **? a fc.rjT Io like It. AlMat ,
I Pvt 'Ott ,Johns 'also 'r.ad s._ .a .. .. Will -
; Randall Dsal Rirf .uy41scl1l.E. kwp o-y'
$195 -1958 Hillman Jackson.. S. 'C.:>& >ome for' the to the board a reque9 cirrlidll FQR sedan, 8.U.E.lI clu Jl- 'l,oit-u@nt.$!: Do4z 4 !, cir1; ,*tH'. ..1'k1tbqa.... fle- ..n..j..tqelie M.'' night Call WO nnacblJdren 4-88(3 or dayr 409.

Stat Wagon WED., THURS FRI. weekend., "" \ -Se '' .Jaycies= lie ttres and 'newbattery.. W1U trade." a.te'au rrfritrrmtfr Oatrslair I.Center Kt Ztp 11-H,
r ('qlt At..; tM a.!41 ,. "pal Cad I
Nor. 9 : Mr. and. &&sP.. Jhe! ,Charley" ttl'bg jifnftt 'pas.4 WOjtAX '
t JO, U. J 1 .ijarefootwre : tT ,--- -. "rrrcwar. pared street B.. Cur WkNTJIto live to
23tOOO Miles vfcitlng.thelr. dauglAe, |;' tiss i South Walnu.|. .. ,. ibi. TE WILLEOAR iIP. rV"* ..itiiltte Xrwaitlac +rrt.4. a* red tub siek person. Contact Jobs
Real hare'l .
Economy i lli"'n' hj new 'IlCf. Ford Pifkap troek 'a.. Jmnt snake ...1. psy.at.Cq1tf .,-5impson phone"WQ 41-4104. Itcbg,
Sata..Bar ft. Jackso3yfile| on ar goug J I Ic1rcis !eJ. .Prcl grlc anti 4d, JLSJ*.' .....Al: -- S I
Sunday. ] -S. ;. i f 5on._loveinber:2.: : itch*. A. t. THOXAft.j'T RE.LTOJ( I FOR SAtB nnro-Thwnf heater. I
Check With 0S MrS Harry'Mobty-and; iaa j 1 intendent. Hicks .'said ITwasom'ari | cs. i S. : S .J',1 I 12.50 f JVTK ra 'jt and tank I:. M.
< i- ; sh 1r<>otji Sonnty horn- ia Orabge A. Lee WQ .4-1 f84. "_'
ter. Gerry Beth: '&pA] Jif.*' lid 1, for,the cur: ti> provjd| Refrht's.I l>lm>k. aorttt. &utjov. ./) :: Sl&n rat fernIB. 7 m. ... S S. -. .
T !! Mrs. & A. .SaEbofn 6f lke I Iw uchjservitei" cflaiacil i I light on Wl, 12'laryt--pecan 'treek 'd. rsmM .ilinr Rew il. rO""u'PC. -, 41nEAcm WANTKD: !,-'acres or I
Clyde etWiIJeg '. 1 t t djnotZilot.'S ",vis Hotel, ''rh'n "rid,. "PartiiHT: cleared. Writ Box
fr tTODAY Si. pere, Saturday; Juncheopguests 55 S- for Will exchange., $1506 ,tquitf ':4a15.ni. WI44 4'. HI'hIi |!3.c Stark. 3t(hgll1TS.
free and 'e
of .Mr anSi'Mri 'M Cpuncjl, Cbilrmin. Doyfe aw mobilr' lIotnvaeant. '
S E. St wannburiced .proPrtj.r 'Utoor:. ihat hantnu. OTLF. L ;; : I
4 4fr"
S. Peter in, Ga.,', I that toe.board wo'iild I Write Arnold B. Goodwin. <*17 "' 1INt4 vh"el.it M..UU-. I House TraUVr For Vale -Uodel. 157Jrnj !
: S.- .Mr, an4SMI.N. "S.iiafliifJ lnd !meet,for, a.special "b diet'session RooJierelt Blfitbr'cati -RV *-Z7fl "" ld. -n .t 1545 pr"lt Sf. w. 1' I ak s. 27 ft. long bj J.. ftrld J
S .5 "" ,or after., '
p.-m. RprlnT1.5l5 IcaO
Jfc -f $ --.e W Highway J35 4
son Na. Jr. ,vjsrl YsUii? frftnds4nd I. 't 7le DWbUdgethaS: 1 -: ?tl'hR' 11ltWantedw S.S. ".IIi '1J1' >rjb-'.f Brooker at th.e bom4,, ;
.4 > rplatiyjsfir Brauswick '"": t eY! 'J,g tnijUv Piir y POt;:.Tn TBi>Klf, on hl"bw".i 5 .nusjtelli'qreAn.. Own r Donald: .
-.- -' Conjtloatton.. booj[e Per .5 4 mn.> v nf 1"i'JltM'I" flek1t.. Welch. Rt: Eox 113. Lab Batler.'
GCiT I ovetheweekend- I U 1Iy t1 COup and b,, b 1 and baby sitter. i
4 d y -and omeov .\-11.' ran haw br paying r'a.! P&OBM nr <- tt*. Ucng.K,8APP.5TV .
S IIti.w4I Parakeets, CtiMbh. eiSuppilS .l-e i iF9Se4'bi the &ty> auditont. "titne>. Ph/! WO.. 4-T4 fau ,
.ai' Authorized; Ford Dealer afSgfyfcS.: ; Dc jJ. .r Jif tbf- S S 'I'OOI.Al1hTO.fOIY"" S 5 S S Jra tWF.Hous>: x, Kty uine Htliliu, -ph."lip n* YANIA 7"s '

4 S fz.fla Fifidf returned< M- j j'fi tfine'tp; make. :Ja f 'minutehanfb EVE-VrN'O. Credit&4..MSE5faf'ila1ts if-, 'wanifrdWrite AJ1subjects. .5-, ., 5'," 5 'l -. _. Sql&rv ; !

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BHAl>tOKl> CWJ TY 1ti.EWAFIt;. aTAlkh't'LUttlbi r.\cr iz&tnGkdya
NOVEMBER, 3 1960 -. ., .

Young Tiffin,:Mabrjr' ConstanceCarol: Jones Wesleyan I Guilds Planning Committee indicated by the new name.
I The group met again at noon

I Ii Celebrates: I OtIY Ye v1 .'Weds, Gerald' Tainter The Wesleyan Service Guilds of I Elects Officers today (Thursday) to continue Its.

the Methodist"Church will meet ; 1 study.
Tiffin Mabry celebrated her Mrs and Mrs.: Nelson E. Jonesof The newly named Bradford !,
i : Tuesday night as follows:
tenth birthday Monday :'evening Silver Lake;, hear; Keystone County Committee for CivicPlaning
; Guild 1 will meet at 7:30: 0, Overseas Packages
5' and Mrs.J. Heights announce the'engage- and Information met
l when her parents, Rev. clock at the home of Miss Madge RestaurMt
ment and approaching1 and elected Neil Tuck- '
f'- w- S H .Mabry gave' a' Hallowe'en marriageof Middleton, hostess. Christmas packages for service
birthday Party' for 'her. : their daughter: Constance Thursday, Oct. 27, in the Garden
Guild 2 will meet at 8 o'clock stationed must
personnel overseas
Mooty : The Hallowe'en motif was car- Carol, to Gerald Eugene Tainter J. er, chairman, and Robert Mc-j I
with Mrs. I
- x I I '4 k y ried out in the party.decorations, son of Mrs ,Rhinffla Tainter of in R. Fellowship Hixon Hall Mrs. Jake Gnus, Inure secretary. be mailed during the period Nov.
Of ,Varhes -- and'the 20 little guests were all Soldiers Grove,.Wise., and Merrill and The committee was originally 1-20 if going by regular mail
CoupleTo '
Young Adults I : in costume. The party started Tainter of :South Beloit, Ill. an outgrowth of a suggestion by Postmaster G. J. McGriff announced -
First Christian Be Honored OnGA1denWedding -_ -.La7 with a hamburgersupper. com- Miss."Jones Is. presently em- the Chamber Commerce that yesterday.
plete with two decorated birthday nloy d'1th Prudential InsuranceCo. Volleyball League the tax structure of Bradford
,Give Halloween Party, cakes. After the supper the in 'J Jacksonville, and is a County needed stud1ngith a Air parcels should be mailed
Camp Blanding continued unview before Dec. 10 in order to insure
graduate of" "Bradford High toward broadening the tax
The Young Adult Class of the Mr. and Mrs. W. N. (Billie) group enjoyed games with prizes. defeated and leads the league as
School. base. Since then the scope of the delivery by Christmas, McGriff
First Christian Church sponsoreda their downed the Jaycees '15-8
will honored
Varnes be on they
Mr. Tainter is graduate of committee has been widened, as said. ;
Halloween party for the children Golden Wedding anniversary with Junior rVqmen' Readstown High School Reads- and 15-5 in last Thursday's games.Naegel's .
last Friday night, with 27 won over the Presby. .
reception at their home in To Meet MondayThe town Wise andJs..stationed with "
persons attending.The terian team 16-14 and 15-8 in the _
evening was spent in dunking Hampton on, Sunday afternoon, the Navy in ..California.The other match. *

for apples, a'chin'apple race, Nov. 6, from two to five o'clock.. Junior Woman's Club will wedding will take place Schedule for tonight (Thursday FREE SHOW
Nov. 24 at'th home of
o'clockin Mrs.
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meet Monday night at
swinging apples, and judging cos Caring for the guests will be Bales-Green ): '

tumes. Miss Linda Strickland won the couple's four children, W. H, the club house: the Stella C. Hughes V 'i'V.Jacksonville. Blanding vs Noegel, 7:15; Jay Saturday. Morning 10:00 'A.,M.
the prize for the "most different- Varnes of Fort Pierce, :Mrs. WadeH. Marriage AnnouncedMrs. The program will be under cees vs Presbyterian, 8 p. m.
costume and Larry Williams,.. Hammond of Palatka, Mrs. Fine Arts department with Mrs. Altar Society Schedule for Thursday Nov. 10:
dressed like an old lady, won second Julian T Carter and Mrs. Clyde Martha Wells Bales of Paul Canova chairman. Presbyterian vs Blanding, 7:15; WYOMING/ KID
, prize. Wheeler 'of Jacksonville.: The Lawtey announces the marriageof Hostesses for the evening.will i The St. Edwards Altar Society Jaycees vs Noegel, 8 p. m.' '
During a'short business meeting honored couple have 14 grandchildren her daughter, Martha E. Bales, be Mrs. O. L. Abercrombie Mrs.: i will hold its 'monthly' meeting on AT THE
the class decided to conduct abake and 13 great grandchildren. to Arthur L,. Green, son of Mr: Kenneth Grider, Mrs. Gene Long, Monday, Novi J14, at 8 p. m. in Bradford Exhibit At
sale on Nov. 19. and Mrs.-W. H Green of Lawtey.The Mrs. Don Patray,' n.nd Mrs. War- the parish hall Hostesses will be .

The next meeting will be a Mr. and Mrs. Varnes, nativesof wedding was an event of ren Winkler. Mrs. Mike >Gilhooly.' and Mrs. Duval Co. Fair FLORIDA THEATER E
family affair on Dec. 9, using the Lake Butler," were married Sept- 20 at Folkston, Ga. : !-- I "- Warren Roach.. ",
Both attended Bradford High Mrs. Joe Wallace with Mrs.Steve Monday, Nov, 14, will be,Brad
theme, "Thinking of Christmas. there Nov 6.. 1910 and have resided Barksdales Give
in Hampton the past five School and Mr. Green served three Weldon,' lias the Altar for ford County Day at, the Duval
Presbyterian CirclesCircles years. years in the U. S. Navy and .Is Halloween PartyMr. : this month. Anyone having flower County Fair, with the feature Sponsored by the Following Merchants:
No invitations will be issued now employed at Florida State donations of apy' kind may con- attraction being a fashion show
of the PresbyterianWomen ana :Mrs. Robert Barksdaleheld I
Prison.At tact either Mrs "Wallace Mrs. at 8p.m.
but all. relatives and friends of ; or
of the Church will meet the couple are invited to attend. present they .are making a delightful Hallowe'en partyMonday Weldon. .. J. ,'> Bradford will have an exhibit GEM JEWELRY TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

next Tuesday as follows: their ,home in Lawtey. night -at their home on -, .*. at the fair again this year, with'eRA WFORD BROTHERS
Circle one with Mrs. David W. Madison street .for 40 children -
horticulture STARKE
agriculture '
Montgomery, 1000 Powell street Winsome Class Of and adults.. Madison Circlesi .. Gulf Service Station
the main feature. The exhibit will
New ,.> ; .
River W.M.U. ,
Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock. The party was held in the carport '
First 'Circles be arranged by County Agent
Baptist of. the Madison Street SIMMONS t
Circle two with Mrs. Alex Yawn which decorated KOCH ,
was gayly '
Holds Meeting At G. T. Huggins, and Chamber of
Baptist Church will hold their reg-
on Raiford Toad, Tuesday morn To Meet in the Hallowe'en,' motif' complete ular ''meetings next: Tuesday evening Commerce Executive Robert Mc- DRUG STORE STARKE BUILDERS
ing at 9:30 o'clock, \ Evergreen Church with Japanese lanterns overthe
t \ Intire, assisted by M. B. Jor DENMARK FURNITURE SUPPLY
Circle three with Mrs. HenryGreen The Winsome SundaySchool lights. Jack O'Lanterns, graced .
dan director of vocational
:, Circle two will meet with Mrs. agriCOMPANY
The W. M. U. of the New River
Class of the First Baptist Church '
. at State Farm, at 8 p. m. the refreshment table. Games F.;"C. Hutchinson at 7:30 o'clock. culture at the State Prison. I LOCAL FINANCE
Baptist Association held its gen-
p- held its monthly class meetingand "
I were played throughout the eve-
I social Tuesday night, Oct. eral meeting at the Evergreen ning. .' T I Circle three with Mrs. George 1 1 The fair is open during the) WILLIAMS, JEWELRY COMPANY.
Church last Friday morning with .. pierce at 8 o'clock.; period Nov. 9-19. -
AATe.STARKE IC 25, at the home of Mrs. J. Jf 1 S.,.'L.I .
Parker on Edwards Loop road the president, Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Elder-Win ingham '
presiding.The S '
Mrs. Charles Phipps led the '
devotional,-, after which a short devotional was given' by Wedding Told ; : Yi YL. '

business! meeting was held. Mrs. J .E. Norman. Miss Sandra : Balance The MEN5
SUN., MON.\ TUES. At the close of the meetingMrs Craven soloist, sang a number accompanied -. Mrs. M. D. Elder: announces the
Nov. 6, 7, 8 Parker and her co-hostess, ; by Mrs- Lex Green.: engagement and approaching mar- 5.. JACKETSWashable

Magnificent Seven Mrs. James A. Christmas, served I. Mrs. Clyde Rosier gave the welcoming }- riage 'of her daughter, Angelia l*
Tul Brynner refreshments to the 14 members address. Those taking Joyce, to Hampey.E. Winninghamj ',' Inc. r Bedford 0 d
attending.: part on the program were Mrs. son of'Mr, and Mrs..H. A. WInn : Friendly't '" with warm orlon pile lining. -
Hie. Hound, Of TheBaskervilles A. C. Harley, Mrs. R. O. 'DansbY, ingham of Summerville, S. C. Your 5- tt Sizes; 36 to 44.
Simmons Mrs L. L. Dyal and Mrs; Charles The wedding will be an eventof .. 4.
Mrs Steve. $12.95 VALUE
; Phipps. Nova 10 at ,7 ,o'clock in the eve- -- -. -
Peter, Gushing, Andre Morell Honored At Parties Mrs; Leo, Hebert ,of the First ning at the home of the bride's LADIES FLANNELPAJAMAS
Plus Color Cartoon Baptist Church in Starke installed mother at Kingsley Lake. I'.
Mrs. Steve Simmons of Miami, the 'following new officers: $ 9 98

Ved., Thurs. Nov. 9, 10'Cage former Starke resident, who,. is president, Mrs. J..H. Mabry; vice- Recent BirthSP4 'SIZES 34 TO 40 .

: Of Evil visiting friends here this week, president. Mrs. W: ,B. Mundy; 'I OUR REGULAR $2.93
Ronald Foster Pat Blair was honored with two parties the secretary-treasurer: Mrs M. B. and Mrs: Wayne Mun- 41L"aN 1. S /

The Rat Race first of the week. Jordan;' prayer chairman, Mrs. A. dorff1 of Edwaid$ J1e.. HI. announce 1r ; ', I '
Twelve friends gave a covered Stewardship, Mrs. R. l'
CHarley; .the b.1rthCf..a son on Oct, MEN S NEW FALL
Tony Curds, Debbie Reynolds dish: supper and bridge party for O.' Dansby; -Community'.Missions, 29."Paternal grandparents' are $

Plus (Color Cartoon Mrs. Simmons on Monday evening Mrs..L.. Lr Dya1 of'Brooker; Mission Mr. 'and Mrs. :, Rw, 'E,. Miindorff oi / '
at the home of Mrs. Merrill Study.Mrs, Grace"Bishop: Starke.-, '* : Pre DRESS, PANTS M$1Y
Fri., Sat. Nov. 11, 12 Struth. YWA, Mrs C. L. Cooper;; O,, A., s

Thunder Road_ Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. gave a Mrs.-Clyde Lamee; SUnbeams, Mr. arid.Mrs. Jamey M., Highof By "HUBBARD"LADIES k

.Robert ,) ikh Gene .Barry dessert' bridge party.Tuesday Mrs.. Emmett Elder: '. Jaeksony1Unpowee the birthof I Iar .. r FLANNEL '. '' .'
evening :inthe"Pecan-Room of :Rev J. H. 'Mabry' closed11'the 'a daughter;Tara Lee, Son Oct. large variety of handsome patterns
La,Parisienne the'Garden' Restaurant for Mrs. meeting .with, a, missionary.message. 28 .at..2 'ptist. MemoriaUHospital] G 0 W N S .
Brigltte Bardot, Charles Boyer Simmons Twenty friends"of the Mrs. High'is thelormer Carolyn] Reg 7.98 & $8.98 Sizes 28 1o 42

Plus Color Cartoon' honoree enjoyed the affair. After the meeting, luncheon was: Edwards; .-daughter'of .Mr. and t f SIZES 34 TO 44

I. ......... served by: the members: "of 'Evergreen Mrs. J: ,M. Edwards. of Starke. ., ... -. OUR REGULAR 1.98, w t. .
Church. a

If You Are Voting For Economy On Southside PTA' Hears' e 00 >fn $ 88

The Table Level Then Come ToWAYNE'S A program entitled. "The Gar ..

den of Friendship was presented

by the 5th and 6th grades, un- I i 1
Sheppard and Mrs., Clyde Sin- .. '

clair, at the Tuesday night meeting FALL DRESSES' BOY'S BULKY ORLONSWEATERS

and Operated by Wayne Douglas and Cecil of Southside ElementaryPTA. -

Douglas, Formerly Manager of Suwannee Store .. the New 'dark' cottons, arnels and dacron Solid colors a n'd' lovely 'M, /
business J
671 W. Madison Phone --WO 4-9231 finance During chairman, Mrs. Jerome; in a variety of beautiful styles and prints.

We-Reserve The Right To Limit Quantity Johns, announced 'a fund-raising patterns; Jr.,/ Misses and half sizes. Sizes An advanced sale of

projectwhich will include the,sale WXURIOUSBINDI\IOS\ .- , $3.98 & r the newest, smartest
HERSHEY With $5.00 .Grocery Order 2 to 6x_.__-_
of Christmas cards; wrapping REGULAR 'i7-4 ><; fashions for boys.

SUGAR' 5 Ibs. 39c paper and inexpensive: gifts. Any ..FINEST QUALITY "' Sizes
1.9&TQ-: 88 SIZES 6 TO 18
profits will be used toward pur $ $ $4.98
7to 14_.,_,,_ a 'ft .
Flavor for 25c ,
JELLO Any 3 chasing a needed: item for the, I $9.98, _____. ;S REG. $3.98 TO $4.98
Interestedin -
school. ;
PEACHES Osage No. 2 1-2 Can 25c helping Any are parents asked to contact First.. .-. "':'''' :;., GIRLS "JEANIE" 2 For

Tom Casey, principal, for further 02227*, only $10.75,

LONG GRAIN RICE 5 Ibs. 49c information .. r .
Mrs. Albert Foster, membership Then. MOCK- :

VAN CAMP chairman.announced' that 12 hew I 'O. 33.Jx. only $9.75 ,, CLASSICS

PORK & BEANS 16 oz. can, 2 for 25c meeting.members had. joined. after the" ,last' 04337k, only $11.75 a! INT LUXURIOUS $ 00

Mrs. W. B. ScogginS, president, And now BANLONSIZES $100
VITA FOODAPPLE conducted the meeting, and Mra. 32 TO 40CARDIGAN
JELLY 32 oz. jar: 25c Charles Bryant was in charge -of Oxford presents 2 ;
sSrying refreshments more
a 1I -designed to the
FISH lb. 25c Talk On .Cuba To 'f J)6Of) 1)JWK WASH 'N WEAR

JUMBO SHRIMP .Ib. 89c Woman's Be Given At Club h> $ ,,88 BIAllKEIS .. FLANNEL
STANDARD OYSTERS pint $1.05 The, International Rela.tiontl --a- E. ; Sport Shirts

1 department under Mrs. Guy An uJ SIZES S-;M-L

BANANAS Firm, Rip' 3 Ibs' 25e drews, chairman, will have the SLIPOVER REGULAR $1.98
program at the Starke Woman's '

FANCY SWEET POTATOES lb. lOc 'Club '/meeflng :next Wednesday $2.88 j rJ'I $
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. S
a. S ,
for the time.
YELLOW ONIONS 4 Ibs. 25c Mrs: Andrews will introduce J. first .i *- LForF
T; Cocomize who will talk on the 'a Red Letter Concordance
'- situation In Cuba, having been a Bible,04434x at the amai-
GOOD TENDER SIRLOIN ORBONE recent visitor there. fag low price of $10.95 MIX! 'N MATCH

Hostesses for the afternoon will I rS

T- STEAK lb. 8ge be ,Mrs. P. L. Bridges, chairman, I .." _........., .
Mrs. A. L. Brown Mrs. Jack Parker .

FRESH GROUND Mrs. Ewell Lawson, Mrs. L. EXTRA HEAVY 31 Ibs. -EXTRA LONG 72 x,90 SOCKS '
F. Dinkins Mrs. J. P. Roberts, All wool flannels dyed
lbs. fOr
HAMBURGER $1.47I Mrs. Niram Wynn, Mrs. Cala to match-the above
I Loran,,Mrs. A. RMcKinneyr Mrs. ; RAYON FOR BEAUTY-OUR REGULAR $,.98 SIZES 10! TO 13
sweaters, plus a variety .
Joe McDonald and lIra Gladys
FRESH Weldon. of all wool I .

PORK SHOULDER lb39C tweeds. $ 00 ,
Circle. One Of ft.
IV SIZES 22 TO 30 For !

OUR OWN SUGAR CURED 1 First Christian -- ftcd a luxurious NEW bind 'OUR.,REG. $4.98 ,.

ing... large, clear type
SMOKED BACON ">. 39 Circle 1 of the First Christian !taS'b, only $14.95 :' AND $5.98 ,
Church .met with .Mrs,. Margaret
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RIB AND r Oct. 20, with eight members pre. :Oomt In and tee these>&Ma..* i ttv

3 lbs. for i sent. 88
BRISKET :STEW 99C Mrs. Bob Badgett gave the de

votional. After the business meeting -

OLEO :Solids Mb., 2 for '2ge luncheon, Mrs, carrying Blankenship out the served Hallowe'en .

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Six State Amendments To Face C of C'BanquetTickets I I The new president of the Chamber ,-

editorial I Farmer's Diary .' .. ,' On Sale will be elected at the board
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directors meeting Monday

t II By Sam McGarvey: Voters In Next Tuesday's Election Advance tickets are. on''sale lof I will preside over the banquet.
for the annual Chamber 6f Commerce 'Several door prizes will be award.
,. i er than alligator and crocodiles banquet to be held In the ed.

A Contrast In Candidates I I amphibians. In'addition Starke Elementary School cafe- In recent poll of the membetI -
S. r' to candidates' "from paid by the public should be un : j a
; ': j ti the courthouse to the White I by.the tcrium Thursday night Nov. 10 I ship Carl Johns and E. L Matthews -
der control
We've seen most of those listedat budgetary: ; :at 7 o'clock.Principal .
Earlier in the campaign The Telegraph was taken, totask I. .'.louse" voters in next Tuesday's. j j were re-elected as directors -
time another, but the State.of
one or to
i Oeneral Election will'be confronted speaker on this occasion and new members named
by several registered Democrats who said they intended nutria and shrew stops us. Dic- 1 j
l by six proposed amendmentsto general' Intetest is amendment wilt be Mayor, Hayden the board are /. H- DuPre, John
te, in the November 8 General Election, vote for the man tonary tells us that the nutria 'is the Florida Constitution when 1\o. 2 which permits" servicemen -j Bums of Jacksonville, .who will I j,A. Torode A. J. Thomas Jr.. and
I a coypu, andfe're still ignorant,!. and" women, wherever' discuss "Communism. Vs j Johns.
instead of the party. they enter the voting.booth.For 'I Democ- Jerome
Ii!so we look up coypu and find it those who' are unfamiliar they are. to'regIster to vote in j I ._'' > '- hThey'll .
Under present election laws, that is their privilege. It i, is a south: American aquadi aqua- 'with the content of the amendments -, their home county by mail, and; I '

is our privilege, however, to submit that anyone who feels Beautiful fall weather this tic rodent'S. the legalistc lingo in then participate in elections,1 -
week but in case you haven't noticed which they will be found ,on the 1 through 'absentee voting. Under /r
that way should register as what he obviously is-an Independent the calendar is 'working against -'. As for the shrew, we learn that I ballot may cause a feeling of t j I'present law, if a serviceman 'becomes I ::,;

-or, if his affections continue to lie with theI us and cold: weather is not it is a scolding or brawling wo- frustration and: an inclination to' 21 'years of age while stationed -,

"man" of the opposition, as many have'done in every election I i far off. Tuesday the Frost Warning man. We've met some of them, !pass them up entfcely for lack of I I away from home he cannot .j.
but did not know it was all right register to vote at home until ,
Service started up again sowell time to study and interpret them'at
since 1928 then he should quit kidding himself and
to shoot them. '
I have advance notice of, the polls. : he is able to appear at the court-
register where he certainly belongs, and would be far hap.I frosts and freezes. j One of the six however is of .house in person.Amendment Ii
Book BargainsBait No. 1 gives the I
pier-in the Republican Party.As i particular interest and import-
Congratulations to the winners i Bookworms ance to Bradford ..Cotmtians. Thisis I legislature authority to increase r
for us-we are convinced that we can vote for both of ribbons at the Bradford Fair. ; No. 4 "which would write into! from three to five the number of w er. .

the party AND the man. In our opinion, the man.is the pro- The stock is improving rapidly! Big Buys Bared the Constitution the present law! judges on each of the state's three .u ."

duct of the party. The Democratic Party offers the better and if enough land was available,|; providing for equal distribution'I district courts of appeal at 'Miami A\\ k ; :
the county would become a large : Bookworms in the area are having of Floi Ida's race track revenue i Lakeland, and Tallahassee.
man, to our of thinking because, if you please, he is
producer cattle and hogs. a Held day this weekend with among the 67 counties.In I The amendment does not require
;a-product the traditions, the convictions the accomplishments > the first annual book sale sponsored recent years there has been!!that two 'more Judges be placed I .

and the aims of the Democratic Party. There will i Incidentally}) we think it was no by Friends of the Library I an indication that Florida's 1 ton: the court benches immediately -i l

be those who disagree, but that Is our opinion, for what it accident that the top_ winners inj I in progress now at 118 West Call I larger counties are unhappy with,I i but authorizes the''Lsgtsla-.

via worth. the beet cattle dit 1s1att. T. W. Baker -{,Street next to Alvarez Store. the! present t<3tU\\l\?. and would:.)tine to pwrtAe lox them some' ;

J and Sons, and J, B. "WWteJ From paperbacks: live cents ; like eQ the rsdcgrereaue tfsstrft-:1 time ia. the f Inure, wMftf\ .w
la thk efeetwn .it seeras to us that the case of those were also the prize winners for each, to better bindings at halfa I II uted on a populaion basis i i Legislature: cannot now do be-'

jivho vote for Mr. Nixon on the grounds that they are voting .producing hay. buck hundreds: of surplus books I I which would insure Dade County cause of the constitutional prohibition I ,

for "the.man" is particularly weak. Neither can we go along 'S. await the-browsing pleasure of all l some 2S per cent of the pot. If \ against more than three t C

with those who maintain that Senator Kennedy and Vice One of the latest developments] tastes from low brow to egghead proposed Amendment No. 4 is ap- judges. '

President Nixon are essentially the same sort of men, committed in tobacco raising is the planting I proved by the voters next Tuesday -I The last two amendments apply -I

to the- same values, and dedicated to the same ob- of pelletized seed directly in the I Mrs. Bert McMaines chairman I it will mean an additional only to certain counties but

jectives. These are the people who contend that after all, field in beds that are covered of the.sale, invites the public to guarantee to Florida's small counties require statewide" approval before
come in- and take a book-look, adoption. No. 5 would permit the
with plastic mulch. The planter, ,of continued equal distri-
the either. '
there is very little to choose between parties,
now being designed, makes a hole:any time through Saturday. bution,of race track funds. trial of civil-suits in Volusia and
lothing could be farther from the truth..
In the mulch where the pelletized This year each county received Highlands Counties in cities other

Non-partisan Walter Lippmann, whose integrity as a seed is planted.. Houpts Return HomeDr. $188,700 from this source. If it than the county seats. No. '6 i STAY Happy, Too!
would permit trial of 'civil suitsin
were lost Bradford County would
writer and whose unbiased opinions are above reproach, declares -
that "Mr. Nixon is an indecisive man who lacks that Good growing weather for our" and :Mrs. Calvin J. Houpt ,have to yevy an additional 20 Brevard County in cities other i
inner conviction and self-confidence which' are the mark berry crop, but it won't take too returned Sunday niht from the I i l mills to make up this amount. than the county seaL This couple is not going to"do without
many more dry days for the annual assembly of The American The amendment that has stir- The amendments become .apart "
b: the natural leader and of I I I They are going to have them.
men. things.
governor plants to be crying for more I Academy of Osteopathic Sur- red up the most pre-election con- of the State Constitutiononly '..

Lippmann came to this conclusion after analyzing the water. We used irrigation on a I geons Teaching Course in Major troversy is No. 3 which would if a majority of those votingon I .

machinery that Mr. Nixon to set to "win the number of crops, but. it was the 'I Surgery" held in Phoenix Ariz. give the Legislature control over them next Tuesday mark their I 'C, They know that nothing worth while
proposes up
berries that responded most I Dr. Houpt has held the office the budget of the State Game ballots '"for the amendment," I '
struggle for peace and freedom," if he is elected President. qUickly of president of the American and Fresh Water Fish Commis- :' "just happens: They know that it takes

Lippmann finds that Nixon's machinery consists\ of a series I'Academy -of Osteopathic surgeons'for sion. In 1942 the Game Commis- NEW RIVER > planning, working, saving together.

of committees and conferences, and of. two individuals, Butcher hogs were selling the past 16 months and received -I sion, was made an independent BAPTIS1 CHUKCB .
Mr, Eisenhower and Mr. Lodge. round $17 a hundred this a-I his certificate of certification I body in an effort to take it out of I Sunaay School., 10 a. m. War be
as market receipts fell off for in surgery at this meeting.Dr. .I politics and remove political nip Hour. H a. m. Evening Sere First stop, after the honeymoon,

"This extraordinary array of committees and<<\, confer- second"week in a" row. Lots of far Houpt also holds the Degree -I pressures in the appointment of *v '< .Im. Prayer Meeting ea&Vednesday __ this bank to open a savings account.
ences is a device for postponing and evading the real task mers in this county have quit of Fellow in the American I game wardens and other pro- 7:30 p.m..
of the President which is to-judge and to decide," says Mr. raising hogs, because of the un- : Academy of Osteopathic Sur_ : grams. The' five-man commission Why not write First dollars out of every W envelope

Lippman. "The oldest and the most hackneyed device of a certainty of the business. ,geons. is"now appointed by the Governor -I rjour omaccesi will to build solidly a life of having,
weak is to committee and call I from' hunting I story m o raoinga-
government appoint a a. con- and proceeds account book? together
I succeeding
ference." The rotary mower on a point i Elks Official To and fishing i licenses go'directly to PHILLIP says: Ont it waiting for enjoying,
hitch is certainly fine for getting the Commission members and you here today!
The contrast of Mr.,Nixon with Sen. Kennedy has become into the corners of a field or other I Visit StarkeJ. would bring license fees into the 'Tm Open EVERY WEEK ,_ That's why we know they'll stay happy}
very sharp in recent weeks, the writer continues. "It has tight places. We're using one general revenue fund requiring .
been truly impressive see the precision of Kennedy's in cleaning up our place, and it A- Budd. DD.G-E.R., Florida budgetary ,review by the Legisla- 5 DAYS *Each. & EveryWeek. I

mind, his immense command of the facts, his instinct forth is especially helpful when the dog Northeast, will make his official I Community State Bank of Starke
visit to the 'Starke '
Elks at
crucial point, his singular lack of demagoguery and fennel is so thick and high that Lodge amendment is 'vigorouslY COURT
sloganeering, his intense concern and interest in the sub.' you cant- see the. stumps ahead. the regular meeting on Nov. 7. opposed by the Commission and I Member Federal Deposits Insurance Corporation
All members are cordially invited which
ject itself, the stability and steadfastness of his nerves, many sportsmen's groups SHOE REPAIR I '
to to
attend free dinner,
have Used Katrinka, our tractor tohay maintain the measure would S'fit)Di* SSS3 gSSS.Tk
coolness his And it all
his and through
and courage. ) ag'' section'oJ The old: M. served at 'i 1>>. 'Dl.. 1t>)uwro DY: make the departs tent $ pcsfstsca{ 1t K\T\>> Vfln tEssske t, ,J
Ira! spired the recagaizafcte mark <}f the man wrha, iiegfde\'\ ikPZPg22ar znee& CCCti tc<{ttettastiof +. Yacs Fr rs{lOur Bani"
:c&osHsey a'$wt fsnssi tiit ju't\.\ Jro:lW) 3sny )i'gsaro i s1ntafn Ffcrirfa .B asikissg }.. .
being highly .Fjj'J* as2airxra} lt'a! Q Pr drganzzer,"' icct, Is asaa&Rs how 2axch & tractor three ;Y ruler of men..7Anotber with a' hydraulic lift will tote. Guests from other lodges in this,. I
district expected and all local ..; -, .c.
The little
hoist or crane that we -
historian Arthur Schleamger Jr. has
writer ,
members are urged to attendto
with t
bought the tractor
noted that Nixon has a masterful facility for appearing to of the )best investments was made.one help make it a "big night."

answer .question and, in reality, the whole point has been f.' we -- ,

successfully evaded. The classic example of this, of course, And doesn't a field that is not Tim EIGHT POrt f* te Which ,fuel is'C'r' 4f' .:.

was his famous television "act" when called upon to account used grow: up fast! We cut a lane way you wriie. tJorae'in and select '.

for some campaign funds several years ago. Witha to.the back field by the railroad your' favorite ESTERbROOH : "

great show of emotion, he talked about everything else, this week: and: there'were pine : Fountain Fro. TYLEGRAPHas ,BEST, for heatingmyhome.fl; :

left seedlings in the that !' :! .'
including his little dog "Checkers, and many of his row were : ":"
television viewers thinking he had explained the charges.He eight and 10 feet. high. .. : '
55 .- <'
never did. \ ; ; ". -'
When mowing our old house -" > 'j. r !, ( ;p ,
While resisting! identification with issues, he has sway- pasture the tractor was protected I .. "-
ed with national states pt mind. In the MeCarthyite period from dust, seed, bugs; etc.. but the II I ......-_.:.:;." .,;o_ ." I : .f -"', .

he has pro-McCarthy; in liberal surroundings he becomes driver has to take it all, and get f, .if"' ::! V' ;..l .. ..jJ" "t h,' )'" !
J" '
prudently pro-liberal; he has been for and against American whipped in the face with coffee- f..:,:.::::;.:.":.. tJq( ". ) : J(
bean weeds., too. j .:';;:;::1./: ...Lj .. .tl 7 c' -:
military intervention in Indo-China. In 1954 he said 1 .
that "I predict the verdict of history will be that Secretary "
I -
want fuelthat's '
Got some firewood gathered a ft' 'l h'clean
: :
Benson has been one of the best secretaries of agriculturein this week. and after another I : tjt\ "

our history ." and now he repudiates Mr. Benson him- hitch at the job well have enough > 3 automatic and healthfuh: 11 1-: : :'

self. to see us through the winter. II II IIr ..., .', :. .,... v*
j1t.w. -
Theres plenty of wood on -. "
our *
Most famous of all, was Mr. Nixon's overnight switch place but fat-wood is gettin'gscarcer ,
from an Eisenhower conservative to a Rockefeller ultra- all the time. Guess well I ;- .' ,:'

liberal, when he accepted, without reservation, the political .have to start gathering up light- : -; ( ---.I.," <.:.-- "

program of his chief rival for the Republican'nomination erwood knots as we travel around .' "

and! then forced the Republican convention to accept the II;the county.' ." .
-. ;
about-face. without blinking, an eye. S. 019 .
Looking at Senator Kennedy's record, we find there is "Before you order yog'd better
Our A f liel that will
little dog Pete was killedon He about v I oat fA.. ; stay '.
contrast. Politics with him tend to be secondaryto "
a sharp the highway this ,week and I { -
issues, and he has shown a penetrating and persistent we miss the little rascal. We've LOCAL FINANCE. CO., .

concern with the substance of the problems. found that you can't have a dog 'I The value o't an. emergency loa y competitivelypriced without
if you live oh the Is all that it's cracked up to be
,Even in speaking styles, the marked contrast of the two less yotf'tie him highway un- : and more, 5f you deal with a rep. monopolistic raises. '

men i is evident.While Nixon imparts histrionics, exhorting, up. utable concern. We specialize L price r i. ,j&L .
denouncing, and parading emotional irrelevances, Kennedy's : reliable loans, for any emergency --r .

manner : is studiously unemotional, strictly keyed to rational on any suitable collateraL Ou
) a lot '
While of us are non-hunt- : ",
deliberation service Is fast and confidential "
and judgment. I ers, there are a number of things ..... !

As for experience, James Reston of the New York Times for us all to shoot at out in the .: :-L: : :: ': I
I at
country all times. According to That's OIL HEAT.
said "Senator has been'a '
recently Kennedy probably deeper the latest pamphlet on hunting ._ ) t'I'I
student of '''foreign affairs for longer than the ,vice presi--I II I regulations if? always open sea- o ',, ;
dent" President Eisenhower himself has said "Nixon Best too because it's -" *
: was i son on: English sparrow starling .r, !
not a part of decisionmakingalthough he would. now haveus j Il black vulture, turkey vulture.crow t + o ol "; __ i

believe otherwise. !L[ ; skunk flyins squirrel, ,opossum t SAFE..withnodan g r. !
: red an3:! gray fox, bobcat,
A tase in point was the famed U-2{ incident when, on a'' racoon, 'nutria, armadillo, rats I

May 15 television program, Mr. Nixon'defended the flights I mice, moles, shrews, reptiles oth- :c of explosion ,or. noxious fumes. -+ i

and:Advocated, their continuance only to learn later that the I ". '. ;
President himself had already called them off.' tto one told '. ;.:{.}" "u. .t.r's .
Mr. Nixon! 'I. : < : : .
SmithCorona and Remington P r !zti, .

In the last analysis, Mr. Nixon js a characteristic figureof :_ : l '- V 3 _

the Eisenhower period-denying, "as the. President .
i\J.\ . -..-. .
Friday night, that there is any recession or threat of re- \ TYPEWRITERS J 1fJ::";. ," .':.lj; 0"' .;:. ;-'. ,. --
cession; and still maintaining that we never had_ i it so good. i -'- ., -,- >.>.,;."

Senator Kennedy on the other hand, stands for a newepoch PORTABLE ." '" t\.r 11 ',"; _J. :.; ":" ,t ?> .

-tha 1960's. He understands that the nation must I ... ; !"'"': 1t{ SAFELY with K Kri.1'5'

awaken, from the Eisenhower: trance and get on the march SoLD ON ,

again.,He is the best man for the j job that lies ahead! EASY TERMS >. : '- : ; "t. .. I" A ,
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8, FLORIDA'S OLDEST WKKKLT NF.WS.CNDVB Freeman Register : ,' John A. Torode T. C. Hazen Jr. ':-
--'PEIL. .liltLltillttD CONTllICOt'ILY 4 4I '
Bradford County Telegraph SHELL SINCLAIR
Paltt.led. Tk.r. ..4 Eaterc4 a. 9ermt CUM )bUd -
at tkt P.,. OMIc it ttukc, fU. Me* An *t.Mar. K i Phone WO 4-3101 :. : \ ,;'.. K.I G. Duncan _'_ > < Jerome Johns Oil Cot .,,
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rt URSDAY. NOmmm. 3 1960 BRADFORD COm"TY TELEGRAPH. Cf4C m> '7.

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1i i PORKCHOP CLUB I CHUKCti OF GOD -L r lil .l>i 0. Par'-'el rnrre: u>t tJfu. Lake s.d,

1I :I PREDICTS FLORIDA I cbarlesxt itf SUunitt,,,:'*. :u a...'.v. _c .alrK ,f if..I .t
I WIN I, Sunday School 10 a. 9. Mora Charter.: Srnmitt, Adminstrafor'of !- 1 thcrexi r t .o. _. fc .*.. f.\.1
FOR KENNEDY Page 311:>>, .,._
I the Estate of Fred pu--.c w ratjf (1-
i Ing! Worship. 11 a. m. Sumuv Hens 1 totc Cuun; Fir o.<. s ,

CHURN NEWS The latest Porkchop Club evening ervlce. 7:45:) p. m. iTt deceased. 10-O TO&"t'thttit ph tag i i4ui 1
I newsletter 4t 11-19 .ortM
estate situate .to ,
I Service Wel e&hy. T:4d m
released Thursday;
j morn- Florida and \ ., :
? sing, jHKlicts that' Florida will go Prayer .Meeting |>'\Q&}. 7:& p. at :,I. .: AqTICB; OF SALT Parcel Four: The Southeast Qa! -
for I .ottce is hereby given that pur- ter of the Squthweft Quarter Of Oe
J Kennedy and Johnson in next suant to a final decree of foreclos- Southeast Quarter of Section ,2

Tuesdaj/s election by' a majority i} I I ur .dated Ortober26th, 1960 and Township 11, Range 23, Contalolpg
of :I OTICJf3 OP INTENTION |: entered in Chancery Case Xo. 1J-87J 10 acres, more or less.
t .Methodist Church At The Tabernacle i 75,000 to 125.000 votes. I TP HKGISTER"Ficrrnors AHB 'of' J the Circuit Court of the Eighth Together with the following.
Judicial Circuit
Sam and for
Foor I 1 i '
'JJ z 'T s ka 7 of Tallahassee, Pork- Notice is hereby given that the \County, Florida, in a cause' therein items of:
chop Club director '1 undersigned I under the provisions One 1J5 Dodge Panel Truck,
states his' pending where in M.
Ercil used
Sunday Church School, 9:45tu : Sponsors the |I "
-'" of Gospel Taber-J, latest ot Chapter 20,J i3, Laws of Florida, ;:Is the plaintiff and Thomas E Identification Number 82J9JS3.
. m. Morning. Worship, 11 a. m. nacle, Mr, and Mrs. J. T. Quigley. polls and surveys show, the .': Acts of 1941 will register with the I Title Number 41S7632, Model CB61t8 ::- !
, :1: t This Democratic team well 1 1 I.I the Clerk: of the Circuit Court, in !i' Thompson, et al, are defendants 1 .. and !
Is out In
' .Homecoming; Day for the j and Mrs. Mersereau were wel- front'! arid\ for Bradford County; Florida, i will. sell to the highest and best "All 'Items of household (rants

,1 door
I ; hi >B of this notice.: the Fictitious of the Bradford County : and utensils contained the
, )yell! a i former pastor, will preach Saturday from Hendersonville.. N., 2 state.t.i' Dam of N f 1 Mobile! Radio, under : House at Starke Bradford County dwelling situate upon the real estate i.
} 'at the mornIng hour. A basket I c, where they have 'been vacationing I which 1 am engaged in business at K'ohda at 10:00: a .m. on the 15th described as Parcel One above
( 2>J Xorjh' Temple Are- Stark, Fla |daof.Xbveroher 196J. the following together with :
i dinner will be served after ser the **>, a described
two weeks. deempru
past property as net forth in
confess will be I/onaW of
Four share the capital stockof
Eot't'J. 23t South ,
r .vices. Everyone Is Invited to at- j Rev. Fred Dodd again occupied I of ttterwl!'iouth"li..t against you for the refit I son St., Stark, Fla. sole owner.Thomp | PtIlU.rt it final ESTATE decree;, to-wit: Ja<,ks n' Hal] Apartment. 'In-
Quarter .
tend. the demanded oforthues t Dated this :0th duof October, corporated. a Florida (corporation,
and in .
pulpit Sunday morning
( tb-: olnpl.Al 1'arcgl 1 Qtie: That certain, portion :saidfour shares of stock having
, Snack supper fpr MYF, 6 p. m.; brought an Inteiestng message. Order It iil of h"rrhy Ordt'rt'd that thIB ,,I County A..1t, Florida.1900 at Starke 10-20 liradford 4t 11-10 ,i.f "the en-Bedford Lake", 4 Wen issued to and recorded la th* .
Youth Meetings, 6:30:: m. Youth Florence s rsru 1klrl1d i'ulttic/lUQ and 'Notk t ; "lainiHiaion lying and being. In the books of said corporation as being i
I Mrs .
p. Hippie, who has :-eek for halJ be 1'uhllshed.rsuce! e&< t choir rebearsaj. 7 p. m. Evening, been? away for several weeks, re- four consecutive ekl 1 pf! ( Quarter of Section U, Township ( to him hald.. corporation
m4radfod County I K ir Bradford County, Florida j South Range 2: East, in
, 7:30 Telegraph. r.radforaI under date of October 15 IS 54 together -
Worship p. m. tweed Sunday with another interesting newspaper a i tn. ,
1 Estate
I ar published in Bradford re: of Fred Ilj-ss. de- I County;, Florida according to the with
, Monday Circle 2 will!meet flannelgraph story for a tbunty Florida and having a. I I ceased. plat! of same filed in Plat Booktagr r
general Four share of the capital Ctokk
l'r.\lation{ in I \oricE OF FILINO: PETITION 1 23, !
public records of Bradfortliounty
In County i,
r Fellowship Hall a't 3 with
pm. the young people. Witne" 1 of Jicksotj Hall Apartment! Incorporated
Mrs. V. O. Bridges I t'iieuit Court aa Clerk -ot the I I FIX L OF i Florida and being bound. a Florida"Orp.. rat oa,
t Mrs. C. of
aijd BradfordCnuniy on the :North by the section line
: Jorlda ''''nPC1 In the name of Emory IK.
" T. Wade as hostesses. Official St., Mark's Episcopal I BIG CAT; MEETS MATCH. at I'Itarkl'and. R'radford the w.-al' <* said* Cod rtj'fo 1{ AH Whom It May Concern: 1 on the East by Northerly projectionof Engel and recorded upon the hooks

Board meeting 7:30 //try. this l1tb day of County, Flurl.ta Notice is hereby siren that I East right of way line of Petlan of said corporation in the name; ofFmnry
'p.'m. : ,KasiWtsd! rr. MMBlata ((81\1 GF'Fiji
,, Tuesday Guild. ,No. 1 will Sunday Services- 9:45: a-m, This huge 36 pound five foot !long wildcat: was.sJ.am by Mrs. Charlfs .\. CTPr'IIiT:Darby 'COL'RT 1 ,t mtmstrator. of the estate of Fred I North line of Lot 5 of Flock B of 1911.: ,
j Hess, deceased that have said Subdivision, and on the west: In Witness Whereof "e'
meet at the home of Miss Madge O. The : I filed I haveseal
Church. !School; 11:00 a.m. Morn B. Hicks, who lives four miles South of Hampton on the glrkfW< Circuit Court rav petition for final discharge, and l J Mlddleton, 7:30 p.; :m.. Guild No: t'nf; Prayer and Sermotk. road to Schenk's corner. Br Marian 1'' J.County, Florida that I win apply to the Honorable : with\ the Improvements !situ said ('onrt' at Starke. Bradford
t't 2 will meet in Fellowship Hall at 'Communion Sun puts Clerk Crosby j Theron A. Tawn, County Judge of .thereon and the 'riparian rightsthE'rE'unto Count Florida this SI day of Ofcrfr- ;
, Holy The big cat, the largest Mrs. Hicks she has Thf'ron a Bradford County, Florida on Xorember f appertaining her i!!fiiVRCPIT .
says 1
t 8 p. m. with Mrs. 'J. R. Hixon and 11:00 Third Sunday ever seen, P. (t rauji Jr. 20, Lota C01TIT SEAL) .. .
lay : am.; was kille with 6 shot DrpR : 1960. for approval of j Parcel .Two: 6, T, 8 and S, of ( *
, Mrs. Jake Gruls as-'host'esses.: Cir '::30 B.JO. no. $ from a 20-guage shotgun from a distance Starke. Florida i the same rind tor final"discharge< I I Hlock 11, in Livingston. Truby an>] Ch PrIPe A. Darby, as Clerk Pi sJ.ctC'lrcult

cle 4 will meet at the home of of approximately 25 yards. The animal], which is spotted Attorney for Plaintiffs Administrator of i Company Addition to the Town of C'nurt.Rr Clerk
r I Wednesday-7:00: pin. choir : 1 the estate of > tarkf'. Florida, In Section! 2S!II : Iarian L. Crosby Deputy
, Mrs. Sara Hunter. 8 p. m. Practice; 7:4.: : pjiL, Litany ari< almost like a leopard and has an eight inch tail 'was caught ;n-t/ : 4t.t1.J I Fred Hess!, deceased. Township 6 South. Hang, *J East.

I Wednesday :-> Prayer Meeting : Bible Study early last Thursday morning while trying to break'int the, =: --y.-.= :- -,.=-- -- -=

t i and Bible Study. 7:30: p. m. t'EN'fECOSTAL: HOLINESS I Hick's chicken houses. =

r,t i Thursday Prayer Group CIIURCIIRundty Mrs. Hicks, who is a grandmother who .
can said the
J noyll feL'SsP&vship: Hall. 9:30;: a. School, It a. m., Morning big cat had pushed six foot posts away: from the door of the I THE CHURCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE CHURCH t

\ m. ChanarchQlr; jehearsal. 7J30:: 'I' Worship n a. m.:: Evangrlistic chicken house as if they were match. sticks. He could not get --

services. 7:30 .
> m. .
p.m. r"Come. let us reason together." into the coop, she said, but would reach under the door'and kill --I, ____ .ec ; .'. .:(O;. -X" .- ,.... ... .'.. '.--_. ." '
: '
the chickens while trying to them ...\.,: r>n.r. .. }
Jt cinmcH out. ....... .. ..i. 'II
OF :
J CHRIST I i I FAITH BAPTIST CIIDKCttLautey Huge though he is, the big cat was no match for this :.,....; ts ." ,. : II
:Sunday : Bible: classes. 10 ajm.j i I grand- :' :
i : I
, i mqther-and her trusty shotgun. .' I .,:.;(;:; > ., ; I :

, r Assembly Worship with the Lord'Supper s I|I A. F. Massey Putor '. :.":.\:;" .. ; \ P? I
, ; 11 am.; Evening Assemb- BOA TDRAIN I :" ; I
1 Bible school 10 ". ra. C.lIarks., and his wife, Allle :: :
( I ly Worship 8:30: p.m. Sunday School. 10 Morning M. Marks: Ed Boteler and his wife ":L .
Preaching, 11 a. m. a. m. I if ; J
married J
I ; William H. .
Ladies Bible
Tuesday, class, 7 Dowlingv :" !
\t. Worship 11 m. and .
) t Evening Service :30 p m. a. Training: his wife, Dora Howling if a- _

.i pm. Bible Study and Prayer Meet- Union, 6:30.: p. m.. Evening Wor-' ,! !lVI'. and If any of the .above. named .. ; i {
persons be dead .. .
( then his or her I
;j Wednesday, Bible classes 7:30 7:30
oig 7SO: pm., Wednesday. \hip : p. m. unknown heirs/ devisees legatees) t

itpm. Hill. Simmons, preacher. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday,I I grantors, lienors, creditors RUCfttsora -
I In .. I
I St. Edward's Catholic Church 7.30: p. m.Pastor i i sons claiming interest, or other peri -, .... .. '.
any interest! In the !
I If : .
Jl l\k \ FIRST .CIIRISTWN- CHURCH Starke. Florida Rev. Barney Sweat. {'i thereinafter through, under described or against property: each by;' ; + :: I i I

f Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. Everyone'Welcome. I such deceased and all other 'persons
I ,. Cor.. Call & Christian Streeta claiming any Interest in the y'. (
Holyday Masses U 8:30: a. m. & property 4
i i? Bob L Badteit Minister J i BETHEL; BflSSIOXARYBAPTIST thereinafter described by, j jI 4t
5:30: p. m.Weekday. ii, through under or against'them : I
f Sunday School;9:45 War CHURCH or
a. m. i' either of them
,f Mass at 8:00: a. m. *'l other per :.'
:'chip and Communion. 10:45 Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng sons and legal entities claiming : ... (
d 1 : a Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 I 1; any right, title or interest what. ; :': <. -t

:Chi Rho 5 ,p. m., Choir Practice m'l o. m. I' Worship 11. a. m. Training[ ''ever in or to t".. following lands .. < ., 4

t. '6 p .m. CYF. 7 p.. m., I Baptisms: marriages and Instructions Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Service I da situate to-wit.in Bradford County Flori ;":.'1fS4";'c:<...'.<.",' ':,.... 'I ,.O.p I

II i Wednesday.. 7:3jD p. m. NewTraining 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Sl c...... me s.fUlhuebl Corner Of .'k :; S {

, \ for 'C, >rvtce.t I by appointment. Wednesday 8 p. m. Everyone wel-- Le loio"L uas vi .wuUUsret lfuurire ... ; ::: .y.I Inner f'] roO :;
i 01 .Surtuwtftt ::; : ; _
come-Rev. R. L. Lee guarirf ut ietUoUiU .
HIGHLAND pastor. '!,OW .M.t.vUlt.: ., '. .
Range I
' BAPTIST CHURCH .."4.t,. iuu ..,.&bi uiujig the buulheiu l 2

t ,MADISON, STREET BAPTIST Sunday School ":45 a. m. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH euge of tae hid East Hill 'ufWU4i'ltr "i ;': ; ; .'
: '
,900 Block .W Malison St. JuullkNtkt of \ortnw esi: .. : : r.M
" I Sunday Quarter, I v. r t .. .
Morning: II Sunday School 10) to, the
Worship a m. and< vast edge 01a:: sou ; ,, ;
i Sunlajr t c ool.,8:4S.. Jim Law- 7:30 a. m.. Morning lUVL nflii or way of btate .1u/I. r ;fi; 1.t ;l'b t.i !
p. m. Prayer Meeting, each mesage 11 a. m. / ; .Q \ '
'F on, upk11itendent.Morning to".r'u. zuu:: formerly ;state: .11'11I11-;I n I ;(: jl" ., .t ;
Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Rev. Training, Union 7 p. m. Evening. u'ay No. la), H distance: of tol.9:, 11 ; t
; Worship, 11:00. George Chlsm pastor. Everybody message 8 p. m. fret to a stake: thence run Xoriaeusttriy II :
sTraaTiV\ along the East edge of IX I tti
} Union 6:45.: Jim HarTnsft "e "
:ome. Monday Bible Joy Club 4 ww right ot way of said highway 1 .t : n
I''I{, ,'-Director. EVERGREEN! I to 5p.m. a distance of 9UO feet to a stake '. .y

ri, ; Evening Worship 8:00.: BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday asthe point of beginning, which I I i'N ': ., t o. .l.' (' "" Y .....
Prayer Meeting point ot beginning {:: .r: .i ) '
is in the West i : )<;
':> -,Wodjj daV.. Pj .yer .' Meeting, Sunday School 10 a. m. f.reachIng 730; p. m.. Choir Practice 8:30p. : nAt ol the Southeast Quarter of I! ,> ..:;.. ; :.',.. : Y, : .
'1 30: the Northwest Quarter of said ., .. .t". 'J"'''.. 1" .
; Sec- .
J 11 a. mJ: Training Union 6:30: m. Pastor: Samuel S. CuthNOTICK tiun, Township and )1 ; .v'. 'ij'Y7 .- ,
Range, thence <""" :' ..
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*. ,. .Cain.J Clirke;, 'Minister :.' p.mt Jpa.! E. Norman, pastor. .I! ,Charles All creditors Hess deceased or'the are estate hereby of!, a Quarter! stake, a thence distance run of Westerly 417.4- feet along to ,' ALL FOR THE'; ...CHURCH'/ i; ."' f' '? > M'{ ydr'i

t SUNi1AY SERVICES notified and required to file any I the North edge of said West Half r.t.:
i f0:00 ,claims or demands which they may | Quarter to the right of way of "T,c Chung is (lIc! |realr.l f xtcr: on .\ ., ,.Y. ,
: a.nu Bible School HIWAY CHAPEL have against said estate in the office bald State highway a distance of !":h. ,lot tie i>uil r ea.In. &T'Com- of the county judge of Brad- I %!lII.! feet, thence Southwesterly along .-
::00 Worship & ciliztaikip.: It sfexrholue of t-::
ASSEMBLY OF GODD. ford County, Florida, in the court- I! the East edge of said State u a a.a..L.efiY3cl _., ,
J munion.. g, Burgess, Pastor house at Starke Florida within I I i highway a distance of 444.7 feet ijntitual. .alac\f;\VTlhout a (trarjTOiurcK ..>
I. i 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship eight calendar months from tb elto I the point of beginning, the lands .;. anther drmocrarjr nor 'cmn/ihoa!I :. Sunday School 9:45: a. m. date of the first publication of this herein conveyed being in the West I There Ion touod ..
t t WKDXESDAY 7:30 P.M. : notice.\ Eaih! claim or demand must Half of the Southeast Quarter of arc tenon
Morning Worship 11 m. Even- couree I don't I'm I
, f a. be In writing'and must state the the Northwest Quarter of the said ""\fir.penon should attest d! irmcnrrfulailjT scare you. only a little t boymaking .
i Prayer Service and Bible Study, gt-iistic Service, 7:30: p. m. Wed- place or residence and post office Section.: Township and Range; j :1-, r aid' support the OiutcK They believe I'm a big bad man.. a ".

r t. xxsday weekly prayer service. 745 address of the claimant and mustJ KXCEPT1NG AND; EXCLUDING( are, (I)'.For hit BO. sake, ((2) Far (inchildm't > ,;' I

I be Fworn to by the claimant, hiU 5THiRKFKOM{:, State the' right of way' of sake ((3) For lie sake of boo, Some- day though' I will be big: Some. day .this .,
f agent, or his attorney, or it Road 200 conveyed by deed ,
tl become void according to law. recorded In Deed Book 38, at Page ofnnii._ : '.ho... ((4) For lie ale game! might be real, .'cause even the biggest bad man '.iii':

i October 13.: 1960.'S 217, public records of Bradford : .. .o(! die t4urch ilwlf.:Vhith, imil> ills was once.a little boy And who knows made him .
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I- Viola Helms County Florida and a power line t moral ; "," : IIIP
- flRST BAPTIST CHURCH i i'I Viola Helms, Executrix of the easement to Florida Power and and a-malrrial wpport. PUa to (O- go wrong! That's why early training is so important.

Estate of Cha'-'as Hess, de,, Mirht Company appearing of record to d.urcl.ularl, sad Iud your Bible
; ceasedFirst I In Miscellaneous book 8. Pag .- 4.1y In church and Bible school we learn about God'i -.,
' I Publication on October *;, i9a, public record of said County.. .,' .. ,.
f' Morning Worship At 11:00 A.M. iea.- i I i :you O.r.fJoTlsq.su.are hereby: and each of Day Bo* (!..spiererst't, kindness and love,. and how we can trust Him fpr. ,"d 'C I !
10-20 4t 11-10 notified that

rJ) I Evening Service At 7:30 P.M. In -Court |., von in: eQuity and -n baa\,<'lL, been of you brought a- defendant against a suit .' .... Sunday\\anAjy\ Mark Peslu.r 9 3036 the instead things of we hurting need. them.We. learn to uant to help others, .. 1'.1..- II I'
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t I REV. LEO A. HEBERT Anna E. Nlelson Plaintiffs, vs. C tlffx title to the above described 'r ; I f
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20-13 Big Second,Half '" .
..' ,. t Fx-Conv/cf Held Jr., son of State Senator Red
', Tornadoes \
Big County
Cross!! of Alachua County. Lassi
Baby Tornadoes I'n ster, art '..exohyict, is being held
Tornadoes Beat 1 Bradford Jail in the Bradford COunty, jail un-
Bulldogs leak Pirates In Vote Predicted
der & $100 bond:: for public intoxi-

Whip Pirates To _. Clarence Lassister, 25, of Keystone cation and,under a $500 bond on
) Heights >is being held in the charges of,assault and batteryon
junior center, off the field. in from the two for the second d I [Continued from Page :11
Tilts the Bradford the junior Cross.
Homecoming County jail
on ;
I[. .MartIn. then uncorked a pass score.Martin's. *
to touch it. charges of drunkeness and The offenses Deputy Reddish
assault -
Quit Undefeated [from his 40 to halfback Duggar extra point kick no reply. '
After the ball was:brought out was i and battery resulting froma .stated, occurred last Saturday
; 'at the Live Oak 25 but Brock wide and Starke in I All. 15 members of the County
was .
to. the 20 Tornado signal caller, .. Friday 'night's homecoming ruckus at a Keystone drive-in. night at the White Top Drive-la
rushed from the sidelines to with 13-0 Democratic Executive Committee
execute a I
Irwin Martin punched into the game: with the Fernandina Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish. four miles south of Keystone on
Stark 's Baby Tornadoes came A a beautiful tackle. But the DeVore, a Bulldog nemesis all have endorsed the ticket from top
line. brief Pirates team I
exchange of pushesand a which has won JSR 21. Lassister was'on parole
from behind to defeat the Baby play was nullified by a hOldlngpenalty night long, set up the' Tornadoes' to .bottom. At present there is one said.Two I -
shoves followed but was terminated only cue game against six losses affidavits have been signed from the state prison at. RaiforiHe
Pirates from.Fernandina Tuesday and Brock l last vacancy on the committee due to i
by two 15 yard penaltiesone was escortedto socre by intercepting a Pep .this,season, is slated to be the; r against Lassister by Emory Cross I was serving a sentence for
night by a decisive 20-13 marginto the showers. a recentdeath. I
pen pass on his 32.The: littlehalfback
[ for roughness romping Tornadoes I Duval County.
unnecessary ; "easy armed robbery in
end this undefeated. Starke In its leaning toward
season also seriously threatened had almost snagged Kennedy, -'--r
a touch of
and one for abusive language! the 1960 football Season
Coach Charlie Francis' "B" in the second quarter, but a similar: pass on the previous play Bradford County seems to be following -[graph. NOTICE i
and the escorting of Brock with Santa Fe, Green
: ateam's Cove,
squanders didn't fair so well in the fumble' also stopped that drive in and was not going to miss a second and Bolles yet to come. a.national trend, althoughit 1 Polls will open at 7 a. m. in the lisanr To whom.ise It ether way'than' cotcein.myself.I am M.

first quarter as they let the Pir its tracks on the one yard )lins. chance:. DeVore then...Z1ggedand The Pirates have is conceded the election could county's eight precincts, and- not rettjonstble for -any dtl l i: made
ates push them an over the field effort-- said'all played a Tornadoes Score zagged his way- back for 43 first. contest of the won only their be extremely close. Latest polls close at 7 p.'m. A. SumID4'rUn. d'':$ 4tp lGU:

and grab a 6-0 lead. fine game, with the execeptionof The Tornadoes came out for yards, through ,Bulldog defende P.. K. Yonge of Gainesville season against [for what they're worth] have
But the Starke squad rallied to the first quarter. But after the second a much more determineciball : to the Tornado 35 before he was They will face 16-0. favored Kennedy: slightly, and in

overcome the 6-0 lead early in the defense was straightened out, club, apparently having decided finally brought down; Coach LeRegister's nnard their current Issue, three news
second quarter when halfback Francis said, the Tornadoes dom. undefeated club, on the magazines which have
they could not stand Then on the first play Starke tail end never
Leonard Duggar hit paydirt, from; inated the contest. !on past laurels. And it was ap executed some aerial work of its streak. .a five 'game. losing shown any great love for the MONETY

two yards out to tie the ball The Starke "B" squadders rolled parent from the first play. If own 'as Martin flipped a 15 yard But the Democratic Party [Time News-
frame. The TD plunge was set up up a total of 250 yards in their they had moved the ball well in pass to .DeVore who waltzed 20 Pirates may not be: Week U S. News and World Report : '
by 10 yard sprint by quarterback final game of the season. With the initial half of play, they yards down the' sideline for the Green a Cove pushover; they lost to II ] noted Kennedy gaining, WHEN "' : ./; '"
,Stanley the exception of the first period, J Springs onJr'1-0 in a Nixon : : {
Thomas. Fullback Rowan dominated the second half. Tornadoes' third score. Martin close I losing ground. :.
game, their best ,
effort of .
Thomas, a pile driving sopho Coach Francis stated, Fernandinateam After State Slate Opposed '.
kicking off. to the Bull- added the extra point and the .the season.. I ,
more, ,hit pie line to add the ex only scratched out two or dogs, and then forcing them to score stood at 200. According to On the state front, there is Republican '- YOU \ .,
Coach "
tra point:and put the Baby Tor three firstdowns. punt on downs, the Tornadoes With the' Tornadoes holding a report, which Register'sscouting has bee opposition for .Demon ,, ,, ". ...:.. I
nadoes ahead 7-6. Halfback Larry Noegel was the moved from their : cratic nominee Farris Bryant for
own 18 to pay' commanding lead and only a lit '
Then' on the last play before leading ground gainer of the dirt in eight plays. The play that tie over four minutes left in the season astoundingly, ,Fernandina's accurate so best far this all- Governor,, as'ell as for five NEED.V"'/I!: ::.,' .

the half, the buzzer sounded as night with 74 yards in eight carries set up the score was a 46 yard contest, Coach Leonard Registerbegan round performer is their 170- Democrtic cabinet nominees. Indi ., :: ., ..:. .

,i the play was In progress, quarter for better than nine pass from Martin to halfback to substitute freely. When. pound left,'halfback, Sam Alvarez, cative 'of growing Republican ,. '; '; '( '
back raced 32 yarda for Starke's yards per try. Fullback Thomas Johnny DeVore, who was brilliant E the four minute time 1 limit was who. wears number 21 his strength in Florida this bumper "::
on jer .
had the second best I T I
second TD of the night to put the average with all night'long on pass defense and announced! by the-official, every sey. The report, states that Alvarez crop of GOP hopefuls is in .;t' '.
48 in
yards 8 .
trys .
Tornadoes an everage catching well Tornado marked contrast with General
his uniform
out front 146. as as broken was clean. is' defensive
'The Baby Tornadoes final score carry of six yards, and halfback field running. Halfback Tombo Live Oak's Bulldogs, determined good runner a good and is very fast.back, a Elections of the past, when the ,

came in the third quarter on a Duggar piled up 47 yards in 10 Smith went over for the first not to be''shut out, went to work Alvarez was shifted from the Governorship was usually the
tries for an average of 4-7 yardsQuarterback score from seven yards out In'the final,minutes of the only postdrawing contest. TO
one yard plunge by halfback Larry Duffers gam signal .calling slot to make room LOANS $6QO
Noe>get The insurance TD was also Jones also Quarterback Martin kicked the and drove deep Into'Tornado ter tor 140 pound quarterback. Jimmy. Although no Democratic nominee -
completed two aerials to Noe extra point to make the 7-0- rt ory'. on the state level seems In
set up by a 60 yard sustained tally : Gordon, number 11. Gordon
gel .
for 25'yards, Francis said. The hungry danger of defeat., this spurt. of For AnyVorthwhile' Purpose
drive in which fullback Thomas Tornadoes got But Bulldogs found the-go !s'listedas'a: good pass and ball ,
The coach complimented '
carried three times for 27 yards entire line his their second score in their typical frig very rough as those clean handler-but being too new'to'the Republican opposition should add
froegel climaxed the drive to setup of Gary Douba and determined hard-hitting fashion uniforms showed an itch .to get position is not very tricky yet. interest to the election and if

his own touchdown by sprinting Kimbral Kenny Terrell at epds, Ronald after end Glenn Harrell. jarred |dirty and clung to every Inch of .The Pirates run from a straight the Democrats are caught, napping TAXES ,
and Harold
Bishop, at the pigskin loose from Peppers, ground. the might in the foreseeable BILLS'i :
30 yards to the Pirates one tackle Jack Finally Bulldogspunched "T" formation, and are liable to UNPAID : ?
'ard"stripe McComb and Mike the Bulldog quarterback, who was their down to the run future result in! a Republican upset .
) before being shoved Hall, at guards and David In- way anything, and everything, the MEDICAL EXPENSES. -
out of bounds.Fernandina's. gram at center for their looking for an open receiver, Starke five'yard stripe: ulth''a'first ., report says; Gordon likes to roll REDUCE CAR PAYMENTS ':;f:e' .
fine Starke moved from its 43 to down'and Besides the Governorship, thereis ; .
own to'
goal to .
go- I
the right side and throw "
second score came to his CASH PURCHASES -: 4!>
with, less than a minute left in Play.The the two yard line in 10. plays, But it took them four,donna'to ends, John Morris, no. 42, and I Republican opposition for' Sec ETC .
Baby Tornadoes ended!punching out ground eating yardage hit paydirt with retary of State, State Treasurer ; ." ,
one minute and .
the contest against the Baby: I'I : I Jim. McFarland, no. 50. McFar ,
Tornadoes second string their season Tuesday night night{I with every crack at the line.Sam 33 seconds left In the gain e;: :The" land .Is 'the"" little quarterback's Attorney General, Superintendent "' .'
with five wins 'against no losses Gardner, the Tornadoes tally came on fourthdown\ < from favorite of Public Instruction and
receiver The
Coach Francis, proud of his and one tie. slamming senior fullback drove one yard out. Pirates will Railroad and Public Utilities
generally run to the wide side of Prompt Service
..- Coach Register .said 'he'was
'-,. '. '''' ,-' ,-. "very proud" of his second strirk. Bradford's "favorite son" Doyle
He Passes intercepted by 1 1 Conner; Democratic nominee, for
singled out senior. Charles M '
LISTEN Cleod for his pass-rushlhg; jtmior- Fumbles lost 1 .2 Commissioner of Agriculture-,-, and Problems ; '- ,

TO THE F FIGHTING GATORS end Elbert Hersey who made four Yards Average lost distance penalties punts 0 20 3-88.7 Comptroller Ray Green are the
tackles in' the closing seconds 'of only two cabinet candidates unopposed s.
Score by quarters: .
the game and .sophomore'-halfback :
Starke 00 7 r 13 20 STOP IN OR CALL ,
.. vs. Marshall Starling lot his Adding further length to next
fine running and paSs'defense.CoinmentiIig' Live Oak 000 6-6 Tuesday's ballot are six proposed .,;-.- ,,
% > .Scoring summaries: Constitutional amend "-
GEORGIANOVEMBER oh his team's"second -
Touchdowns .
: Starke
A half showing, Register ,iald [17, run ,elsewhere
: ]; Gardner [2' run]; -
::5-- 2:00 P., M. "they halftone.1 got! more* :determined' 'at -vore [39, pass from Martin]; Live I < TOWN FINANCIC'O.
/ Oak=: '
But"'the ;coach said, they "wll' Peppers' .n. 1"UiJ. the.field, but not always,, the re ,
ON alter'touchdowns:.Starke port also states. .
: have to get more'determined: from
I h ere' oh ;out" Three of the:;' four :::.-Martin: ,-ZIkicklOfficials .: < ''The Pirate line averages 176 I '. 144 W. .CALL'ST. .

WRGR RADIO remaining-.contests, 'aces 'ago tASt : Referee 0 J. Cartmill,1; pounds per man, heavier than the
; ,Umpire. C. Cash Ph 4.9091 star 1+''la.
conference teams, .and Starke A. linesman., Tornadoes, but this has not bothered I e,
PRESENTED,BY cannot afford to lose toarni.Terence 'LeggettV. : field judge, L. Roth: them so far this year.

T I I 'team' If the' team: t "'''tq'
'DOYLE' E.: CONNER INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE claim another' Keystone flag, Register '
E said. The coach.pointed out

Let Us that Starke will have to win, all
Sell Your Home Or Property
the" ,,rest .of Its. conference-. 'games PRODUCE
I since Green Cove.is undefeated In

Conference play and. the Tornardoes : VM11I'1WM

i have one "tie' game"'.on, their .



Starke" '1,. Oak'I .
SALE "Fast Downs 13 '10 U. S. No.1't .'

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'rom penalites 1: 0 ..

yards gained rushing 219 82 Potatoes 25c.

,SATURDAY .. 2 Year SATURDAY. Yards Passes gained' passing 120 1 80 2 i 10 Ibs. .

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Field Grown Koch's Drug Tops '

One Day Only One Day Only BANANAS

:ShellOilln i GRAPEFRUIT 1 Dozen 29c

'.. Bantam LeagueKoch's
C Drugs beat Torpde's :Ripe Sweet

Shell Products, 12-0 and TerrrlUe--

gar Motors won over ;North:Florida 3 ms JUICY ORANGES

Supply, 7=:5"in'Bantam, "League, ,

: tootball games played last Saturday '

morning. 'i Dozen
:. In 'the first game; Greg Red- a9c 2 49C

dish rah 42, yards in the first '
I quarter and added another'69

yards on a pass interception in Red .
: i the second period to wrap.up ,the

scoring for the game. 'Torode's STRINGesBEANS216s
moved the ban into scoring "position CAliF. GRAPES

twice but were unable to .

Each push it across as both teams stiffened \ '1--7. ',' -I
I .their defenses. <>
Reddish- and Jay RoY' Chasteen 2 Pounds 2Sc

Of Course You Want To stood out offensively while Ronnie -] r |

PLANT NOW I Tomlinson, Bflly .Thompson; ,
and Mike Derrick led the defense "
Select Your Varieties for Koch's. Johnny Wes\faQ was Yellow
Tender 2Ibs
i, the outstanding player on, ";offense 5, 19c' SQUASH 2Sc

I ... NOT WAXED and .defense for ,T orode's,I .
I! with David Mania and Jimmy

Godwin also doing a fine Job. '

FIELD FRESH 39c Varieties 39c In the. second game, Terwille-: ,

gar's scored in the-firs ;few. minutes TURNIPS and bun. '
on the running of.Bill Jackson -i TINOeAPPLES ,
BLOOMS BY XMAS each each George Smith, ani! Randy'' .E

s Joiner. Joiner scored from,6 yards
Red Radiance out and Smith plunged over' for North Carolina,

WE HAVEPATENTED ** Caldonia Pink Radiance(white) the North point.Florida moved bock. SWEET POTATOES 7

Condesa ((15t Ton) down the field on the running' of 11bs. IkJJc
Johnny' 'Warren :
Eclipse and Wayne
ROSES : Red Blankenship.; with the latter pass;' I _. : '';
Purple t
tTu( Tone) ing to Dale Crosby. They turn 0 ; .: ': .,;..

:( PEACE Doctor (Large Pink) bled on the 12, however, and 39c EYE ;
Jimmy Moore j 4Ibs.

:to MARINDY McFarland Crimson Glory(Pink) wiHegar generated After enough'recovered that offense neither for to team Ter-get BLACK PEAS 39c

Red Blaze Climber and others into scoring I position.,. '

Outstanding on defense for '

Tmv111 and Bill gar's,, Jackson were;Robert and. .for"North Edwards; I Dowling : Mari

FLORIDA PEST CONTROL & CHEMICAL Crosby Florida were arid.,Wayne Seotty.Rhoden Blankenship, Dale. .

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Rites SaturdayFor sonville; one sister, Mrs. Pencj -

Adkins, Hampton; and two half A
Rome J. Andrews, sisters Mr Alma Taylor and
Retired BarberRome A Airs. Pearl Dean, both of Jack- '{'7."b. t'C y
sonville. '

Joseph Andrews; 72. re-" Funeral services were held: at 2 t'tt'E
tired barber died Thursday, Oct p- m. ,Saturday In Jones Memorial I Fri gh4. r .x :
27, at his home in Hampton after Chapel with Rev. S. E. Sparks officiating -
an extended illness. Burial was in Crosby '
Lake Cemetery. t' .. ,
Mr. Andrews was a native of '
Olustee, but had spent most of Active pallbearers were Mar- I _
, his life in Bradford County. His shall Matchett Joe 'Ke1Ti an, I L z; .1. P. ____
parents were the late Joseph and'Charles A. Darby, Lex Green, i c
Laura McKinney Andrews. 'He and P. M. Barefoot I -f! :._. '

was a- member of the Baptist I t. : .... _1:
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Church. Social Security DateA { v .

Surviving are his wife Mrs. I ..
Mrs. Jewell Harris Andrews of representative of the Gainesville i .. : .

Hampton: one daughter, Mrs. Social Security office will be i I. ,;,. I .
Frieda High of Decatur Ga.; a In the courthouse from 9:30 a. m. I .
Thursday, Nov. 10, for the I : :: 1
step-son, Lassiter Mason of Gain- pur- ;' ,' >..
esville; a step-daughter, Mrs. pose of interviewing persons wishing I ;: .,::J.:, ,
to transact social ."., J". '# '
Louise Dodson of Jacksonville: a security 1 I:, '-'
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I Norman Willis (left), ext'Cuth'e'I'e
U It's Glass We Have Itl! president of the Com- Glenn Sapp, Bradford Chapter Future Farmer of America
munity State Bank of Starke, presents Award of Honor cer-
i CALL WRITE or VISIT tificate to Cecil and son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sapp of Route 2, Starke, is
Crawford for his achievements In soil and IkL
water conservation practices. Given by the Florida Bankers pictured with his blue ribbon winning Palomino, "Blazeway,"

Joe Peters Glass Co, Association, the presentation was made at Starke' notary's 14months old. Glenn was among the many FFA and 4-H Club L .

annual Rural-Urban Day.Women's members who had outstanding emibits at the fair. Bonnie Rosier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rosier of
Lawtey, is pictured with her ll-month-old polled Hereford
Design Modern Store Fronts
which was declared Grand Champion of the livestock show
Just Mall Us A Pattern for held in connection with the fair.

t313 Jf.W. 4th PL! Gainesville Fla.Table Phone Tops Fa. 2-4553 Picture Highlights of f.FAIR WEEK Below: Mrs. IL B. Hamilton (right),. one of the blue ribbon

winners in the Women's Division, and Miss Dorothy Ross home

demonstration agent' examine some of the fine products placedon
f I display by Bradford County housewives.
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SAVE Ar I II ucan framed needlework cross i Blue ribbons 'awarded in the J """ "" ':: .'
stitch picture: Mrs. Bertha I Starke Garden Club ,exhibit were: .. ; i ,
Blue Ribbon Pearce, green afgan; Mrs. Carrie I Mrs. A. R: Norman, dried arrangements -

Ward, round linen embroidery.I ; ,Mrs. .,S. A. DeVoe. pathos,
Judges were Mrs.. Essie Thomp begonia, violet r Mrs. Marvin I :
Winners\ Named son Keystone Heights; and Mrs. Hazen, cactus, darcena. Judges
Helen Hardiman Lake City. ,were Mrs. Ruby Johns Starke
Canned Goods, Mrs. M. B. Jorand Mrs. LeRoy Mizelle, president
I Unusually interesting exhibitsin i dan .chairman; Mrs. H.B. Hamilton Lake Butler Garden Club.'
I the Women's Division featuredthe co-chairman. Blue ribbon State Prison Exhibil

1960 edition of the, Bradford winners: Mrs. Bertha Lang jelly, Entries receiving blue ribbons
County Fair, which closed here preserves, and pickles; Mrs. F; F. in the ,State Prison agricultural
Saturday. Blue ribbon winnersin Flume, relish; Mrs. L. J. Swanri exhibit were green house model,
this division were. as follows: peppers and pickles; Mrs. Paul large cacti assortment 'On The
Arts and Crafts. Mrs. Neal Ly- Raymond, soup mix, beans; Mrs. Old Trail" tcacti], dried flowers
S on, chairman; Mr .. John Haney. Rosa Pinholster, beans, pears; on, placque, tiny terrarium with
FOOD SSO4 co-chairman. Blue ribbons: Mrs. Mrs. Delbert Green, vegetables, cacti.large gourd arrangement,
Norma.Padgett, figurine soap car- pickles, blackberries; Miss Karen episca pot of hanging flowers
ing; Mrs. Neal Lyon, coppertooled Hansen [4-H1. blackberry. jam; variegated rubber plant, hot pep-
,, picture; Mrs, Marjorie Lewis, Mrs. Tim Rogers, mayhaw jelly; per plant, Norfolk Island pine,
I pine needle woven hand bag; Mrs. W B. Sewell, preserves; Mrs.. J. large Cattelya orchid, large Van-
i i R. 'M. Caldwell 'hand-painted L. Gentry, orange rind preserves; da orchid, Epidendrum orchid,
pitcher; Mrs. R. M. Caldwell, I Mrs. Elite Miner fig preserves; large Bromeliad, Diffenbachia,
Maxwell dried flower arrangement; Mrs.: I Mrs. T. W. Markey, blueberries. large Sunburst croton. M. B. Jor- $
House A. W. Nichols, wooden silhouetteplacque Mrs. Essie Thompson of Keydan, State, Prison vocational agriculture ::I'

; Weldon Johnson. Jr., stone Heights, and Mrs. Helen 'instructor, "!was in charge ,
ink drawing of cargo vessel; Mrs. Hardiman, Lake City, judged all of this exhibit.
1LB. Evelyn Haney, electric table .
VAC PAK lamp; R. F. Demorest, oil paint- I I I t
r limit 1 with a 59 ,J ing; Mrs. Nora Owen rag doll. PTA County Council Mrs. Thelma Ivey, chairman of Sixty-four Cases I \
1.J Needlework and Textiles, Mrs. International Relations; and Bill
$5.00 Food or Order mor, T. A. Yawn chairman: Mrs. Can- .. Formed Thursday; Charles, Civil' Defense Chairman.: Are Disposed Of ...
trell co-chairman. Blue ribbon Officers Elected Each speakex: gaye-an. interesting By Countyjudge
winners: Mrs. Foster'Shi' Smith !, talk-on PT :work.

thrifty Maid ClingCI'n9 cutwork tablecloth; Mrs.. Nora I A Bradford County Council' of The' next,meeting of the Bradford Sixty-four cases were disposedof ,
$100 Owen, crochet centerpiece; ''Wen the Parent-Teacher Associationwas County' Council will be held ," .' ': i I
Judge T. A. Yawn
Nan by County
Peaches 4 ,dy Hill 4-H1, plisse pajamas; formed last Thursday nightat at 7:30: p.. m. Monday, Nov. 14, > : MILK''I
Plea held last Thurs-
Mrs. Mattie Cowell, tatted, boo-, a meeting in the Southside at Southside School. Day '. ';'
tees: Mrs. T. W. Markey, hanky Elementary School. day, October, 27 in the Bradford "iY5//i' : '
Mrs. Martha Winter, PTA presidents, County Courthouse. .
apron; Delegates New Mass Added 'd/" '
crocheted rug; Karen Hansen school principals, and district of- The two old stand-bys, speedingand l ;, ': 92 gaLA 'I
4-H[ apron: Mrs. B.. Vandeventer, ficers attended, the meeting, including By. St.; Edward'sFor improper passing, took the : C
the installation of officers cake again this month by consti-
LB. CAN MISSIONAR* BAPTIST and the School of Instruc- Winter Season tuting 39 of the 64 cases. Twenty- 4

Limit 1 with Sunday School 9:15: a.m. Morn tion which followed! Mrs. S. G. nine persons were cited for viola- r

3 a $5.00 or 59 ng Worship 11 am. Evening Denmark was installed as presi- During 'November, Catholics ting speed laws the most numer- A I Eggs- Bread
A dent: Mrs. W H. Graham, vice 'I'' throughout the world will be com- ous offense and 15 persons were r
jnore Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting memorating ,the :Month of the
president; Mrs. J, E. Hardy, treas- apprenhended for improper passing
Food Order each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone urer, and Mrs. Eugene Pearson. I Poor Souls and Father Connie the second most numerous Ice Cream
welcome-Kev. H. H. Mott. secretary. Dougherty of St. Edward's CatholiC offense. .

Astor pastor. :Mrs. Jack Shuler, District Six Church announces that par- The 25 offenses which consti- -' .. Cottage Cheese I
303 $100 president, conducted the School of ishioners_ .will be rememberingtheir tuted the.remainder of the calen- !ror chtlb
Bartlett Pears 4 the, deceased relatives and dar were reckless 2 glowing
cons THE RIGHT POINT for the Instruction. Taking: part on : driving "sparkling ty's Juice
way you write. Come ta: and select program were Mrs. W. L. Nesbitt, friends in all their Masses and cases; assault and battery, 2 A dairy dirt Orange
your favorite ESTERBROOK State Treasurer of the Florida prayers. cases; improper driver's license, ToUl tM otfct.
I. SUNNYLAND II Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH Congress of Parents and Teachers; Father Dougherty also an- 4 cases; failure' to have vehicle
nounces that a new :Mass has under control; failure to display -
been added to the services at St. device on disabled vehicle 1;

Smoked Ham Edward's Starting Sunday, Nov. running stop sign, '2; driving
Gas 6, there will be two Sunday Masses while license was revoked. 1; con
Pyrolax "Starke" the 'first at 7 a. m., tributing to the delinquency of a I
and the second at 10 a. m. Father minor, 1 case. .
Dougherty said that the addi-, Four: persons were cited on
FULL See Us Now For Your Gas Needs tional Mass. will be welcomed by worthless check, charges, one for
HALF or LB 49 ,/ the'.large groups of tourists who having an improper'tag., one for I
WHOLE r- pass through Starke each week an overlength Vehicle, and one $m&Ve

GAS. end. Owners of restaurant, motels for passing a stopped school bus. I
and service stations are asked to
-r" FOR HEAT note that these two Masses will I
Thrifty continue through the winter
303 $100 WHEN war Q HOT
Sauce 8 tourist season.Christian.. '
A WOMAN'S APT Church t Give S&H Green Stamps

1 HAIR Makes Plans, For ?:I On Kerosene and Fuel Oil ;;;.

l GAS. Decade Of DecisionThe

FOR HOT WATER Christian committees Church met of Wednesday the First
Call The Fuel 011
1-LB. QTRS. night, last week to make plans I
GAS. for the advancement of the caUseof
Limit I with a 49 ,
J: Christ during the Decade of ;
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Food Order WATER GET HOT WITH ,. FOR CLOTHES Decision.Reports were .made concerning No. WO 4-9711 I II

OUR cas ti DRYING Missionary;plans finances were i
surveyed, !and evangelistic plans i
Thrifty MaidCatsu.p -.S t WMr.ai. .
discussed. pie Membership Com- ii

2 1 129::: When You Use Pyrofax Gas For. These mittee has v-found that some records I i
are hot.up to date and every- Kerosene Oil
Needs You GetFASTER one's cooperation, is ,asked in locating or Heating I

TOP QUAUTY some people who have:
CLEANER SAFER moved. Anyone knowing the i
whereabouts of any member is, I
RED APPLES And The Most Dependable Gas There Is. asked to.Write' the name and address DURING... THE 1960-61 WINTER SEASON 1 i
'on a card'and .send it to the

I We Appreciate All Business Christian It was Church.also announced: that a YOUR TANK WILL BE CHECKED REGULARLY I f

color sound film of the "Conver- AND FILLED AS NEEDED i
5.49 i sion of the Philippine Jailor" will
i be shown Nor 20 at 7 p. m. The CALL US TO-DAY FOR COMPLETE INFORMATIONM!

public is invited.

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.. VTYYYYYYYYYYYVYYYYVYYYYI day. NOttCE TO CREDITORS Jacqulyn Xmaida.Boles PlainUff'1 commencing October /of said Court at Starke, FloridaCharles IRrjinh A, Darby
All creditors of the estate of vs. T.es s---: Boles 160. U.//
| this October 6th, 1S60. I Clerk of said Circuit Court
Were glad to see Charlie Charles lieu, deceased, are hereby NOTICE OF SUIT
MAXVILLE BALDWIN\ I Ervin up and about again after claims notified,or And demands'wfIch required to they file may any Florida.In Theame: Of The. State Of i WITNESS" my hand,.>and. the / (SEAL) / 10-134t.11-3- .

undergoing surgery .recently in have against said estate In the office TO: Rex S. Boles, whose residenceis .
By Mrs: 0. B. NolanAAAAAAAAALAALAAAAAJjj St. Vincent's of the county Judge of Brad- unknown:
Hospital. ford County, Florida in the .courthouse You are hereby notified that a
By Mrs.-C. B. Nolan Carnival Big Success at Starke',. -Florida within suit in. equity, in which the Vofe for Proven Leadership Experience
eight .calendar months from the 1-elief sought is divorce, has been
: JThe ]wile. Halloween Carnival IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABaldwin The Carnival held at the Bald- .date of the first publication of this filed against you by Jacqulyn Amanda _
.was .a. Wg success this year. 27-CaIlahan 13 win School\ last Friday night was ''be notice.in writing Each claim and or toast demand state must the Court .and Boles cause.in, and the.you above are named.sum and Teamwork -- I
: prizes were given for the prettiest very successful. After the entertainment I place or residence and post office moned ordered and required to file 1 1.
The Baldwin Indians openedUp j address of the claimant and must
written defenses
. four answer: or to _
costume, which went to little was over winners of be sworn to by: the claimant, his the complaint In said cause in the r. ,
.buss Susan Lucas. The tackiest both barrels In the first half!j i agent, or his attorney, on it; will office of the undersigned.Clerk. of ,
popularity contest were become void aecording to law "- .
: was won by little Johnnie Wilkinson and went on to defeat a stubborn October 13. 1S60. : said Court at Starke Florida on
crowned. ,
They were: Mike Mabry, or before the 12th day of November E
son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar but out-manned Callahan Ram I Prince, and Wanda Frisbee Prin- S Viola Helms' 11I,60. and to serve a copy thereof Tern

: Wilkinson Chosen as "princess bIer eleven Thursday night, Oct.:cess of grades 1 through 3. Shirley F Viola.t....Helm of /Charles Ezecutrix Hess pf the deceased. on .Hollis, whose V. Knight address plaintiff is P. O. Box attorney --, f'arrisBRYANT c ADAMS

a was little Miss Wanda Wilkinson, 28, in,Baldwin. After an exchangeof Fouraker Princess S42, Starke Florida, on or before $$
and Floyd ;
Wilkinson Fir.. abllcation on October ;;C;, said date, as required' by the Laws Secretary
ug11tef of Mr. and :Mrs. Ed punts the ball was fed off to I960. '
Kilgore, Prince grades 4 through of Florida and Rules of Court. If Governor
and chosen as prince was big Earl Brooks, who gladly responded 6; Edith Sprayberry Duchess'and 10-20 4t 11-10 you fail so to do, a decree pro of StQio.j
: little Cliff Slade*, son of Mr. and with a 74 yard joint to cnnftasa will be'entered againstyou y ---
I David McLeod., Duke grades 7 !. Tfc* Cirralt .Court Of,The EitYthJudicial for the relief demanded in the
a Mrs, Avery Slade. the Callahan end zone, Larry! complaintThis
through 9; and Queen was Miss Clrrnlt Of Florida I>
:Marcia Roberson [ Mite Hill with And F. notice shall be published I
; Little gave I Mighty came up r Bradford County
Patricia Peterson, and King, Billy IB rhaaeery once 'a week for four consecutive I
her: family an awful scare Satur-I the next tally on a two-yard I Nolan, grades 10 through 12.. Cane >.. 1390s' weeks. "' in Bradford County Tele-- .

: day afternoon when she became burst up the middle to put the We are very glad to see Miss ,... -- -4 e+........ :. ...- --.-.- .. --- j
a hung up in.a ,rope while trying "Indians" ahead 130. Then be- I'Mary Jane Roberts at home from I r I
While her fore the first half ended Brooks VOTE OR
: to swing. grandmother I the St. Vincent's Hospital and
Mrs. Dorothy Waters, was trying I i ito again was called on with his patented I hope she will continue to get NYLON TIRE PECIALS

: rush to ,her, a passerby, James I reverse play and came j along nicely.. .
Norman, stopped his car and ran I through beautifully with a 20 t Mrs. Harrell Bennett has returned -

a to cut the rope down. It .was, a I yard touchdown scamper. At half| to her work as" manager BLACK WALL NYLON. ; FLOA'5 ,..
: very close call for little Marcia time the score was 20-0. Callahan I iof. the Curve Restaurant after a # $v

and we are all thankful that she came back in the second half i!recent operation and stay in the. 6.70x15--- ;. $8.95BLACK .
: was reached in time. with two touchdowns but Brooks* .
St. Vincent's HospitalRally ..
+ Friends of Mrs. Sarah Jane again put Baldwin out of reach I ,1. DEMORAflC' alb:

Griffis will regret to learn that with, a 60.yard spinet to pay dirt. ObservedAt WALL NYLON TUBELESS R1ihard W,
{fhe is ill at the home of her 8 na.1d Defense was the keynote as the Day ,
; daughter-i 1-Ia.w, Mr. and Indians held Callahan to only Christian ChurchRally 7.50x14 $11.95WHITE : "

jbtra. Eacey: Griffis: One first down the first half. x Attorney General CA"DID1A IIS Comptroller
Mr. and Mrs. Gene English and Vicious tackling and timely blocking Day at the First Christian '

daughter and Mr. and )lrs. Buford by the Baldwin team kept Church was observed last I \ WALiTNYLQN << o'I
Higginbbtham enjoyed the Callahan Callahan in check most of the I Sunday with good attendance at JI I 1

fair last Saturday and Sun- night. I the morning service, including I 6.70x15 $12.95WHITE : UaKI- :
e day. many visitors. The covered .dish .
This Thursday night the Indians I gS T"T 0><..v'1. "
: Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham and will play the Macclenny"B" I dinner, following the service was I II -
e family and Mrs. Shirley Rhoden team at Baldwin. enjoyed by more' than 70, and 52 WALL 'TUBELESS ; YOUR jx]] VOTE '

: and family enjoyed the carnival In persons attended the special af- .
Billy Oliver of Camp LeJuene. I
ternoon service when the speaker 7.50x14 $$13.95 COUNT!
e Lawtey on Saturday night. N. C. is spending a one month I -
: LittleFloyd Kilgore, son of was Rev. Jess Sherwood, the
leave here with his parents, Mr.
e Mr. and Mrs. Raymond ,Kilgore, and Mrs. Enoch Oliver and fam former minister. ...
: was crowned Prince in the Popularity I The morning message was on All Prices Plus Tax ..and'Recappable Tire.
ily. Billy has just returned from td
: Other .!.Edwin E w1 E. ( )
the "Your Vocation,
contest. at the Baldwin topic, i az
overseas duty in Okinawa.Mr. I
: School last week. ''a challenge "to take Christ with LARSONTreasurer f / .
and Mrs. Joe Martin of I
Railroad & Pubs'
Miss Shirley Hlgginbotham you every day in every way." The I
'Green Cove Springs, Mr. and Mrs.Ea'r .I DODD'SSERVICE Utilities
: spent last weekend In Jackson- afternoon message was a reminder -
Oliver of Doctors Inlet, Mr. I i
e villa with MIss Eleanor .John$ n. of past accomplishments and a .
and Mrs. Sanders of Jacksonville '| I TomD.
We are glad that Mrs. Albert look into the possibilities of the It rf ;tit
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Stokes and CONNER
Smith is getting along nicely after future. AND AUTO SALES
surgery last week In the Ed Fraser family. Mr. and Mrs. David Four- i State Conun&ioner
aker Jr. and family and Mrs. i "
: Hospital in :Macclenny.Miss Superintendent y
Shirley Hlgginbotham ]Perry of Doetor's Inlet joined Mr. IB County Jud.V a Court Ieed 528 S. Walnut St. Dial WO 4-3861 .of Public *'' rt rkuElA ll!
and Mrs. Enoch Oliver and son, For Bradford Countj, Florida. Starke Instruction .
: represented the Baldwin Chapter J' Florida
F Billy for a gathering last Sun- In ref. Estate of Charles Hens deceased. M .__ .. _. ..,. .....,.- .
of the F. A. In the
Forestry I J cos nit eaVertwemenipmVforiy. thi FloridQStctil. Dai : a .. I
: Queen contest held at the cana.I .- --j-- -..,_ -
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: Dave Coverdale, .who Is stationed \J\ : ... .... ".. f

::: here visiting Friday in Mr.Newfoundland night and Mrs.on leave John, arrived arid Nortn Is cI : : ,: -EViRYBO: JOIN IN Tfil COL'OSSIL" : :, LI

and family.
Glad that Mrs. George Brown I
was able to report back to work I

: this week after an Illness. I

Mrs. Nell "Fairish md Mrs.
Buddy Bradshaw entertained at
: the home of Mrs. Parrish recently

:w1 prajtork; ;; s'Kowe for 1.frii.j -

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'T"h' p' II DEMO RA
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'of the Democratic in Bradford County Virginia "I with the and'will;fight with
Party : am party in effect> to:place on him a religious test, contrary to
'Florida, having carefully considered. the candidates in the party for those convictions i in which i I believe.

President. and Vice President of the United You n't runaway,and sulk, for the:very*things: you the Constitution of the United States. If the framers
States America, ,,'have determined that, in:our opinion ; believe in will ..fun rampant against i y bu. STICK 'F : 'df 'dujr Constitution had wished to exclude a member

,the State, the Nation, and <
be served by the election of John F. Kennedy and Lyn- within the. framework of the. party." 'Sounder. .advice, of the United-States, you may rest assured they

/ Hori B. Johnson as'President and Vice President respectively was never a given. What will it benefit Fldrida' if it 'would. have .written, .it into the Constitution. They desired
of the United. States. ; turns its.'back on the Democratic riy'and votes for
no'such 'test. And we who strive to u h hold the .
the opposition? The answer.is ,clear. The same benefits -1 J
.' : We,, takethis: action, fully cognizant of the fact i it received'" after ft: voted for Hoover and Eisen_ {f great tfdctinieht 1 Iney handed down to'us should re-
,that there'arelsome; things in the democratic platform .'. hower. Instead oT teneTits 'is will win only 1 the scorn fspecT IKeir wishes and wisdom.emitteritpride '

; With. .which.' ? 'some of us do not fully agree. It. would. of both 'p arties. Nobody res acts a "bolter."
;B 'i'a oily,'however, to blind ourselves to the fact that "J' '"
r -:-tli 7Reptl. lican platform. i is, equally objectionable i in. ,:. ". .,:::Finall- _y_, _.u1d.. .Iike,. ,.j? take. ,t this' o.opportunity'o f z, ;.. ,,.>1.', ._It is 61th.: :that we endorse John F.

i-i'p' eae respects. and nothing i to be gamed_b Y turning. stressing the pertinent provision of."Article. VI of the Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson as our Democratic I
.. Constitution of the United States. If states
\ 1 ::twr backs at this time on The party of our fathers. andv.forefathers quite., standard'treaFSrs" and we earnestly ask }help 1 in
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t the party that has brought us Social : RELIGIOUS ,EER BE Electing

1 1 :Security' .; Old:Age Assistance, insured'bank deposits, REQUIRED 4- AS A QUALIFICATION.,.- TO .ANY. OFFICE : Democratic officeholders FROM THE
Rural Electrification:1 Federal funds''for roads and hospitals -' OF PUBLIC TRUST. UNDER THE UNITED, COURTHOUSE TO THE WHITE HOUSE in the
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S l ,.,and. -countless other benefits STATES." *. :; General Election 1. on November 8.
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THERON A. YAWN : 'f t Executive Committee


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CLERK CIRCUIT COURT .. !f JESSIE R. CHASTA1N .... .:,(fi',.,L1A.f,: -. "r::' -"COXSTA' L't:, DISTRICT s ." ,at'. y ..MABELSAPP-E. A. SAPP l I
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: '. Executive- Committee Young Democratic Club _for'K> lirtdly& Johnson Florida Democratic Candidates

MRS.I L. H. FUTCH, Treas. JEROME JOHNS, ,* Treas. '. '. ., GUY. ANDREWS, Treas. JOHN TORODE,Chairman
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: -- Larceny' Of Auto

II i'Charge Reduced,

I'I'II Against Youth

I A charge of larceny of automobile -

1 against Luther Johns, 17. of
IIOMECOMINC II t Starke, has been reduced to using
II I !a carithout permission of the

FMDAYI i:owner by County Judge T. A.

I !1;Yawni -

i i Johns had been charged with

I i auto theft when he took a car
parked In front of Setzer's Super-
-(- "market and drove it to Gainesville

on October 24. The youth
I told the officers he took the car

November 4th.. .. 8:00 P.M. because it was the quickest way
to get to Ganesville to join the


< ..:" J,. : -, At a hearing Monday Judge
Yawn reduced the youth's sen-

tence and agreed to let him join

the services if his family paid for

Tornadoes Fernandina Beach High damages done to the automobile.The .

vs. vious south trouble had Deputy been in Dolph no Red-pre-

dish reported.

Meanwhile, Johns is still con-
fined to the Bradford County
jail under $500 bond

....:f..',... S : Bing Crosby StarsIn

,,1'.:.,,. : -: .1 'Florida Film

: With Fabian
i'P : Home Games Qut-Qf-Town Games ,. 'to
I ; Bing .Crosby is seen as a mdleagerf >

college freshman in

September 16 Starke 13 Macclenny 13 September 30Starke 20 Jeauit 13 tre"High Sunday Time".through at the Florida Tuesday.Thea-

; September 23 .Starke 19 Woodbine Ga. 0 : '. October 7 Starke 26 P. K. Yonge 6 'from The the comedy minute ball Bing starts as rolling a 51-

year-old self made millionaire,
November 4 FERNANDINA BEACH October 14 .. Starke 18 Palatka 7 decides he wants! a college edu

cation and enters as a freshmanat

November 18 GREEN [COVE SPRINGS October 28 .. Starke 20 Live Oak 6 Pinehurst College, where_ his

roommate# is none other than
November 23 BOLLES November 11 Fabian the teen-age
SANTA FE singing
... Idol Tuesday Weld and Nicole

'-!"- ..... ..... Maurey provide the feminine
heart Interest.
Bing finally gets his diploma

". after a rough four years which
-.. include the agonies of gym class,

; fl6tftd .- :.' : .. ."-': '-- the mortification of fraternityHell

'S'te jf.. Week, washing cars, shining ,

,... . shoes, and the tortures of a ro- I
'" : msnce11th! the school's French

All'Tickets At Gate $1.25 Student Ticket Purchased'at School Day or Game :-:. All Children.Grades 1 thru 4 FREE !If Accompanied By Parents IB The Circuit Cent, OI The Eighth

..-' JadkUl Circuit Of FUrlda 1m
And ? >Bradford Ceaty, U
Cass 1\.. IW:::
Best Wishes To The Team A Good Team Like The Tornadoes Deserves Mow, 'Em Down, Tornadoes! Anna Charle E. Nl"A, nelson OB. Plaintiffs and his vs.wife C.,

A. Mark. et al!, Defendants.

% To Defend In The itiagie Of The
CLERK A larks, and hia wtfe Allie
M Marks: Ed Bottle\\: and his wife
It married: WlfilaJD II > ,
and his wife, Dora""DowUng!'if a-
live and If any of the above named
permms be !dead 'then his or het
jr Be. Present Friday Night To Cheer Our Boys On! Compliments Of Wishes From ,' unknown heirs, devisees, legatees,
.rt grantors, llenors ,creditors, suc
I 1 s COMMUNITY STATE BANK STAKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES foe. sons censors. claiming m !interest any,interest or other In per-the
4r BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN hereinafter derc/lbrd.; property by;
OF STARKE through under or' against each
i such deceased, and all otter persons
claiming any Interest in the pro
MEMBER FD.I.C. perty thereinafter described by

We're Proud To Be Tornado Boosters! Best Wishes ,Team either through of nnder them or and against all. other, them per.or
"t sons and legal entitles claiming
.. .' ..LALAWSON'S any right title or. Interest
Best Wishes From
i ., a",,. MARKET, '-.>- WILLIAMS JEWELRY In or to the following lands
: .. ., situate In Bradford County, Florl-
Authorized Butova' & .
"- -. \. Elgin Dealer da. to-wit:
.\ FLORIDA THEATRE -. EXPERT WATCH REPAIR *rtm utl southwest Corner -of
., '0'. the Lost; trait 01 southwest Quarter
01 AvrmwtU
Quarter of Section
MOVIES ARE BETTER THAN EVER. 'r < [v, !(lWllbtup South, Range 22
Wishes To
', Team Last, run bum along the southern I
\ f "" se of tae said East lialf of
r .. :......} TERWILLEGAR MOTORS juutnwew Quarter of :.Northwest
4 -' I 'IIUIi ter to the last edge or a 2uO
Come On Out And Boost Our Team! :* out right of way of State High- i
: way Au. 2Ui
Let's Support The Tornadoes YOUR AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER formerly State High-
.a : way Ap. U), a distance of 604.1
feet tu a stake, thence run North
easterly along the East edge of
# STARKE TELEPHONE CO. Let's Fill The Stands For Tonight's Game a iia distance right of of way SOU feet of said to a highway stake'
Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence a. the point of beginning, which
TUCKS AUTO CAFE point of beginning is in the West
Half.of of the !Southeast Quarter of
the Northwest' Quarter of said\ See-
CURB SERVICE AIR CONDITIONEDBest B. T. THOMAS LUMBER CO. ', ion, Township and Range,. thence
run Easterly UUI
1. Good Luck Tornadoes! feet to a point
hence run Northerly to the North
edge of ealdVellt Half of the
Southeast Quarter of Northwest
Wishes From Quarter a distance of 417.4 feet toa
STARKE RADIO & TV stake, thence run Westerly along
Best Wishes From the North edge of said West Half
BARKSDALE'S DEPT. STORE : Quarter to the right of way of
said State highway a dlbtance 'of
,. %90.% feet thence Southwesterly ,a-
long the East edge of said State
: DENMARK FURNITURE CO. highway a distance of 111.7 feet
... Best. Wishes To The Team : .. I to the point of beginning, the lands
..'V.:.-,.. I herein conveyed being in the West
t. Compliments rSMITIY'S Halt of the Southeast Quarter of
the Northwest Quarter of the Said
; J \ \ <:.: Compliments Of Section.EXCEPTING Township AND' and EXCLUDING Range:

.. 123 S. Walnut St. ': r
DODD'S SUNOCO SERVICE. STATIONWe recorded 17, public In Deed records Book of 28,Bradford at Page

County, Florida and a power:: tine
Install Lifetime Guaranteed Mufflers easement to Florida Power and

;f. Come On Out And Boost Our Team!" Best Wishes From Light In Company Miscellaneous appearing Duck S of, Page record i

.. US public records of said 'Count,. .

,NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY EDWARD'S GROCERY & MARKET Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence .- you GREETINGS are hereby: notified You and that each a suit of
in equity has been brought against'
YOU and each of you as defendant.
You Can Be Sure If Its Westinghouse VOLLEY by Charles A. NIelson and hi*,
wife, Anna E. Nlelson.: plaintiffs,
in the above entitled Court and
A Good Team Like The Tornadoes & f' cause; and that the relief sought in I
MARKET said suit Is to remove clouds from
Deserves Your Support and to quiet and confirm the plain
Let's Fill The Stands For Tonight's Game tiffs' title to the abon described
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATaSTORE -. lands as 'an Indefeasible fee simple
r title thereto against the claims of
you and each of yon: and you are
ACE ELECTRIC SERVICE, INC. Best Wishes Tornadoes! t hereby summoned, ordered and required
to file nul' answer or writ-

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Everybody Out For The Big Game! I said ten defenses racse In to the t office II. complaint of th. undersigned U
Clerk of the Circuit
TI ERE'S NO MATCH FOR. ELECTRICITY. x THE WASHETERIA \ Court at gtarke, Bradford County,
Florida on or before the 22th day
of November' IMt., and to serve a
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO. copy thereof oq Theron A. Taw
Home The Bacon I .
; Boys
Bring t '... Jr. plaintiffs attorney whose address
,-. Is. Post Office Drawer 'It!.
I Starke. Florida, on or before said
Best Wishes From Lets Support The Tornadoes date, M. required: b"f the Laws of
KOCH DRUG STORE ', GEM'JEWELRY ; Florida and the Florid4 Rules of
II Civil Procedar. If you fill to do
.N. L; WOODBURN .,' '... HART FURNITURE CO. I so. a decree pro confess will be
.. entered siraln't you for 'be reliefof
."". ;1 ",. The House Of" Fine Diamonds : -: rStarke's '-: '.3. Ie I Southeast Quarter of Northwest
demanded tn tit,
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Compliments Of Leading Jeweler : It !is herby' Ordered that this .
; ;,, '-:. I or''''r of PwbUcatlon and Notice to
.. i '.' i ; Good Luck Tornadoes! .' ., TVf-nd shall>e &nbiib! .d- once each
week far four
ronneriTlve weeks in
STARKE HARDWARE CO. Best Wishes Team f .t.. ttrrdford ( .
.:.. $u"ty''relelrr.pb. an.anap.r :
& NEW nnbWsbed Bradford I
: ", (" "lIt", FttrMa and bsvlnr a Ken"iL t
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SPORTING GOODS etrm 1"0 ''ft. "1 rooDt,. ,
THE. FARMERS. SUPPLY AND USED CARS r ...,,1.,'_ "'1' II." 'I' irk: of the '1
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Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence Best Wishes To The Team" ,4 IClF.U n's q'C'R''""IT COURT t
Onward Tornadoes! I f" '"eIes '4. Darbr.r )

BILLY DOWLINGNEW H. C. WALL, AGENCY fitr M "'b? r.lrlt rrourt""
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and all the ladies will be going honoree and her mother and th'e '. vival ,services from Oct. 30th l i I

HIGHLIGHTS I to her shop to have one just like hostesses were Mr. and Mrs.. N. MELROSEBy 1 through Nov. 6th every night at place, Mrs. Alice Ketchum and I held Saturday night and a large \

it. And of course, Zane ,Nether- W. Hardenbergh, Mr. and Mrs. 7:15.: Nursery'open.. Rev. Hay |' Mrs. Helen Phelps;; second place. crowd attended. There was the ;

Dy Mary K. Scbaelfer ton's get-up was something we Cecil Harper, Mr and Mrs. Ger Mrs .Alice Rothhammer Stedham pastor: Rev. Aldermanis / Mrs. Lucille Starnes and Mrs. country store, trading post food !
won't forget for a while. aId Mae Henderson; third place; Miss booths and rides. A costume
I McDonnel, and Rev and Mrs. staying with Mr. and Mrs. R. parade I
As in any production, there: are Samuel Cuthbert. isa&.&s.skiAaaaaaaaaea..a. F. Simmons. Sallie Mansfeld and Mrs. Mary was held and prizes were a-

Carnival Has Fine Weather j"Clown" game, and "The Aqua- those who perform, and those Canasta Dessert Party The Sunday School class of the I Cook; fourth place Mrs. Bama warded for the best costumes. "

Saturday eveirung, Oct. 29, was i nuts." who set the stage. In the case of Given By Three Ladies Mrs. John Regan.visited friendsin Methodist Church had a masked I Boyd And Mrs. Dottie Scully. They were: Silver Dollar Winners: i I

an ideal evening for the AnnualP. : "The.AQuanuts" was a new feature the carnival, the man responsiblefor On Friday Oct. 28, Mrs. Char Tampa"recently.. Halloween Party. Potato salad Halloween Carnival Vicki Tepon. Debbie Reed. Lisa I

T. A. Halloween Carnival For. I this year. Everyone was asked "setting the stage" wasandhas les Wallenius, Mrs. R. A. Gaunt. SiXes J. 0.> Dann'.and Mrs. Maude ham, cookies, donuts and apple The Halloween Carnival was Continued On Next Page
were married last week at
tunately those in charge did not to dream up an attraction, and been for about five years and Mrs. Walter Grolick were e juice were served. !

choose to have it on Oct. 31 [it 1 I some one came up with this one. : Roy Tyre. Roy has taken it upon joint hostesses at a dessert'Can the Baptist Church in Johnson. Floyd Dees of St. Augustine
I They are;making their home in
rained] This year's Aquanuts were George himself to construct the booths asta party given at the home of visited his aunt and uncle, Mr.

We do not have the figures on I Schaeffer and Zane Netherton. each year, and he donates the Mrs. Grolick on Santa re L@.ke.A Melrose and Mrs. Bunyon Kelly last week. IERWILLEGAR MOTORS.I.

the profits but are Quite sure George would sit on a perch lumber and labor. And these are color scheme of yellow, red, Mrs. Eth l0res's' of Clearwater Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hogan sta- .

that it was a success. Most popu- about four feet above a tub of I not filmsy things that fall at the and green was carried out in the visited afew days. with her son, tioned in Norfolk Va., visited his

lar attractions seemed to be the I water while patrons threw baseballs slightest touch.. They are fine substantial Grolick home, with attractive arrangements I R. G. Logston and family. father, Joe Hogan. recently.

food sales I at a target. When a "bulls- booths. But we dare 'not of ginger lilies and Last Friday Joey Whitehead, Marvin Tyre, son of Mrand
Fish Pond the I eye" was hit, the perch would col- say more or we wild have Roy dahlis. The refreshments parried j I son of sir: and'Mrs. Ed Whitehead Mrs. Marvin J, Tyre, is home 09 ,

j lapse.-,landing him in the water. mad at us. We would like to say ,out the same color scheme. .celebrated his second birth- furlough. i i I.

{Zane Netherton, the other Aqua- just one more thing however.; : There were six tables of Can day with a party at his .home. Mr. andMrs.,Thomas Tyrj atf .

Best nut would collect the tickets pick Roy did the engineering work on asta players and a special) guest Mrs. Edward,Farrell is in the the parents of a baoy boy. .

up the balls, slap at the target the "Aquanuts' booth. No one table for those who did not play. Bradford County 'Hospital with a Mr. and Mrs. Bunyon Kelly J i diseoulfs

when his partner wasn't looking, could figure how to do it, but Roy These, ladies were Mrs. C. A. broken leg. visited Silver Springs last Sunday. .

( friend and get chased around the booth came up with the solution. Holt. Mrs: W. L. Reyno 1s. Sr, Rev. D. O. Alderman, evangelist Melrose Duplicate Bridge I
for his trouble. This And so, the .1960 Halloween and Mrs. Grolick's .
kept every- mother Mrs.B. from Tallahassee. will conduct re- Duplicate bridge winners: first
one happy and interested. It is a Carnival "now belongs to the T. Hutson. '. I

my clothes rough estimate to that out of ages." Mrs. A, F Mannering .... ..- _. .
say School ; won high ... .._. ..., .r'i ;- <--'-'
the 445 balls thrown and George Calendar Is Out prize,.while Mrs. C. V. Brust and -" '; -. -' .. :

had took about 300 "dives into the The 196061'School Calendarfor Mrs D. A. Nelson tied for second ZIKE DECORATING SHOPIn i ,'--,.;".'.- ?,t"io'1'. '"- ., ::.-.-- .JjX';'

ever water. You might think he would Clay County Schools has been high score.. Other prizes,..were 'won 'W. r 'r

feel it the next day -and you made public.'and copies were giv- by Mr. J 0: Himble, Mrs. C. H.:
might be right. .'en to the students to take home. Haberstroh and Mrs. E. L. Kyle. \ Building Keystone Heights TRADE ALLOWANCES/ I

i At the present writing, we don: In case some parents never re- Boy Scout Troop I
I cevied them, (we found ours wad- Rl'nrr.lni7_
.have for the the best names costumes.of prize Perhaps winners by I I der up in a dungaree pocket on TnA----reorganization-D--V meeting of oU. P Pw PD8 PAINTS AND
day we will give it for 1 ONLY
next week, that list will be com- I I them;' Boy Scout Troop 105 will be heldon ... PAINTING AIDS : -
piled. We do know, however that Wednesday Nov. 9, at 8 p. m. uheuwt? 'IIOI .

the costumes were 'as clever as the Nov.next 11.holiday Veteran's for Day pupils will and be in C. J. "Pete" O'Connor's office. New 1960 Ford Sedan
John Country
ever. We couldn't help noticingthe Sims District Field Representative '
pretty fairy wings on the teachers. Nov, 23, end of second will be present. Thoseof .1 : Paper Samples

six-week period. Nov. 24-25, you who have boys interestedin .
Christoffers children the tiny Loaded With 'ExtrasONLY
high-heeled sandals on Ed Ben- Thanksgiving. Holidays'. ''for pupils Scouting-or if you are Interested 1 Vfe/ .
and "
and teachers. pip Papering Painting
Dee 16, dismissed .
nett's small daughter. Debbie Rid- i In seeing to it that boys for the "
aught's flapper outfit, etc. Littlei I 2. Christmas holidays. Jan.. have scouting-should make a FREE 'EsUr ates 4505 1 :T
} \ i i Katie Hinck looked like a Japanese 1961 school reconvenes. Jan. special! effort to be present. Please Phone Keystone -
20, end of third 6-week period. ;
.I Doll in her authentic kimono, pass this information on to .
ix % obi, and sandals. Some of the Jan. 23. holiday for children, friends who have boys of scoutingage : New 1960 Thunderbirii full
planning day for '
teachers. March
older children think they're too 6, end of fourth six-week period. .We are endeavoring to get One of the most important things in this world to I 'power

grown up to come In costume, March 7. holiday for pupils; this troop back, on its feet and us is.',real: ; 'estate We can help you in the sale orpptchase I

but we were glad to see Lane planning for functioning for the advantage of of ,real property property management .
day teachers. March
all the boys in this nUDui ty.
t Jackson and Larry Cooper dressed 16-17 F. E. A:holiday for pupils; J appraisal of residential lake or business property ONLY -
at like hayseeds. Even ,some of the This cannot be done without full '
adults entered in the spirit of it teachers attend ,F. E. A or reportto cooperation of the parents,please? Acreage' -- Farmland Mortgages. For confidential
all and came in costume. We school for work. March 31, make a note of the date and time. service, see
Good Friday; holiday for teachers 1960 Ford Country Sedan
h htl liked Ruby Osteen's "hair-do", Brownies Have First Meeting ,
and pupils. April 21. end of fifth i 'Q.'I"Y1..,....... mern....VVj"YV. .t y.""' 4... .ILI...- .j,. :REAL- - -ESTATE- -,
June' -
period. 2. planning fivers at their first meeting , Facial hair I day for teachers; holiday for Tuesday, Oct. 25. Officers for the .. z Company Fully Equipped
pupils. June
can ruinyour 5. Last day of coming month will be Diane!! Pa-' 4. '
school; report cards given out.
vis, chairman; Terri Christoffers,' "
June 9,. final for i t t'
looks day teachers. secretary; and Gina Massa, trea- J '

Garden Club Holds Meeting surer. A program for the year was I SAVE Hundreds, of Dollars NOW,
Edmund Dwyer The Garden Club of the Lakes mapped out by the girls ,and this. Cv H. "Chuck"-Newman P O. Box 533
met at the home of Mrs. Edmund Phone 4397
will Include songs and .dancing a Associate 1

,.,... ElectrologistWith Dwyer Jr.. jj! Ira w.-P.tln, stately-.f-our-osrmmUaitg--lrud'\ 4U 1 .. .._. H-On These.l96fl 1 odes) :
Thursday, Oct 27- .
1 s all the operation and out-of-doors ac \ Keystone Heights :' ,"

: many advances in J ., Clay County Agent E. D. McCall!i tivities. A service project 'will be. .... J. j
gave an informative talk bulbs, -,- I;
r cosmetics a girl on decided on at the next meeting.' .. .
..MONOM can enjoy, pne stressing the preparation of beds At the present time. 22 girls -

ue. iw Important factor j or grounds, fumigating for pests, have joined Troop 229. The new ,.
she seems to \ and fertilizing. 'A question and girls will be invested into the "

ignore is the hair answer period followed and many troop at the Nov 15 meeting. "I ,
gardening problems of those "-
removal method. The leaders of this troop are ".
Vwull look sent were solved. .'
just like a.page- Excess hair is Mrs. Joe Daurer ,and Mrs.. Don ,
Another guest speaker was Mrs. -
out of Esquire when
your one of the big Christoffers.
Robert FaIring of Gainesville, a
clothes are Sdnitone Dry handicaps to her p 1, Dwyer Gifts Available at Booth.
past District Director, a life mem- '
Cleaned.. Our charm and it can
Sanitone ber of the Florida Federation of : Mrs; Irene Williams is calling

Senice'g ts out all the soil be removed permanently without Garden Clubs, a State Conservation everyone's attention to her handwork -

even stubborn spots. the' slightest blemish to remain Chairman, and past president booth at the Keystone Wo- I
where the lightly hair once man's Club Bazaar on December .
And with our exclusive of the Gainesville Garden
appeared. 2. She hopes that every club! .4 t t ,
Soft-Set 9 finish we'restore I Club. She spoke on the subjectof ...
There are women in all walksof handmade
member will make some -
Garden Clubs and the part
the original body to the life who buffer embarrassment 1
contribution-be it a potholder
I they play In copservation, civic D1 ->ua c log AWNMNN
fabric so clothes because of of
your unsightly growths beauty highway Improvement, an apron, or embroidered
look, fee) and fit ,like new hair. Unless they know about}etc. She complimented this groupon (Continued on text Page)

resist electrolysis! these women resort I
wrinkling, too! their theme for the year: "To
to tweezing, shafting or other
tem-I I promote an Active Garden Club.:
methods of hair '
Call us today. iwrary A business meeting was held, .
Hair thus removed returns
after the hostess served cookies

prominently than before.. and punch to the 18 members and
Fortunately there is help for
KEYSTONE guests present.
those in this situation Consultations Turkey Shoot Seen CERAMICS

are offered you by The
Keystone Heights Lions .
WASHETERIAKEYSTONE will hold a'Turkey Shoot on Sat-
Medically Approved Methods
urday, Nov. 12, from 1 to 6 p. m. *
Green Ware
EDMUND DWYER at Pangborn's lumber'yard. Come
Electrologist out and win a nice turkey for Supplies / w ...
CALL Thanksgiving.Cadets Custom Firing
Plan Camp-Out *
Call FR 2-8039 197 W. CDiv.'e.. Lessons ,;;:
I For Service The CAP Cadets will have their *
Gainesville, Fla. *. Personalized Gifts
Annual Camp-out next weekendat ',

Keystone Air' Base. At their *. Finished Gifts ..'
., n.d.erale.ione
a 1 For4 C bdt aav/with
meeting Monday night, Oct. 31, roofhn .Mi3t other art MUlghng M cal ....
K 0u they made their, plans. This will W. A. BESSETTE .

not be an idle, leisurely camp-
Florida Road 214 '
out They plan to have all sorts '

G of activities, including target Watch For Sign ; The one 61 car
I I ,u practice with their rifles, and interesting Phone GRanite 5-2126 ..
games. In the absence of
Scout Leaders for Troop 105 It .' 'built
backup long-term
''f seems the older boys (13 and 141 a warranty
@ have gone into the Cadet OrgaN Health Facts! rr -

zation. -".,!. I IiJotd

FLORIDA Miss Price HonoredAt Your body has a natural immunity ;, led the way with the one car beautifully _
Dinner ParlrSaturday to. disease and infection that '. HERE'S HOW THE '61) FORD TAKES CARE Of ITSELF!
evening,. Oct. 22, the leaves no "side effects or "drag bulk to take care of itself ; ; and you. I
I Florida' north and south are topsy-turvy. Southern ,__. Lubricates itself-You'll normally Guards k* own .set-Fed
employees Keystone State hangover." This natural immunity ?< ',
Florida is the most northern and the old Dixie Southis "On- Ford Dealers set industry trend go 30,000 miles beneen chassis mufflers are docHe-wapped sadalomioued
Bank entertained with a' dinner is controlled by the nervous September 29, an -were. lubrications.:: Then a quick inexpensive : -ooraulijr. will last Atceames I
in the northern.part of the state. Tallahassee, cap- party honoring Miss Dorothy system. .'Nerve pressure or ten ,first to extend.thelt 1961 car warranty from the conventional Ford Dealer lube job (which as long as ..chart..mas.

ital of Forida: is in the north but is all.South with a Price who will become the bride won can prevent tab immunityfrom : 4,000, miles or 3 months to 12,000. miles or one full costs about $.t.oawill get tar set Protects its own body-AI Wra ,
of Raymond Harvey on December working properly. Nerve year, whichever comes first. for another 30,000 metes underbody pun are spedaH; proc.
capital] S. The sih' r.domed Capitol building is the center c&Qsiuowaoil-You' 4,000 essed resist nut and conottoo, -
3. The party was,, held at the pressure removed by.spinal adjustments Why? Because Ford. txilt tit tneiur to support such go to
+t miles between oil duoges with ford to garnoianj the body,paaeYeotibden& Jt
of a city known for its ante-bellum style homes and home of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert; restores immunity : Ford for 1961 is the toe tree beautifully built to Full-Flow oil filter. .beoeata even the doss ,

gardens Tourists{ are intrigued by the tung nut orchards Reed In Melrose. qty and naturally aDd best .! ,take care of itself! Adjusts iu owe brakes-New Track Takes cue of iu o wa iaah--tfew. 1

around Tallahassee; the Indian civilization dis- Upon their arrival; Miss Price all "no drag hangover." The'61 Ford was designed and built to the more exacting Sue brakes adjust; themselves automadalljr Diamond Lqa tre fiffiik aner seeds
and her mother were presented 5tanduds nectary to offer'an extended Ask to for the life of the tiling. wax. -' .,:.w
plays in the state university's museum and the state corsages by the hostesses. yellow F. C. Rutherford 3LD., of Birmingham "',* -' warranty. a? #
tee thiS warranty at your dealer's. es-I m H mmi ti'itnKtaltwftrf'iitohoalat' ". hboretttt ,
geological museums mastodon l and green color scheme was Ala. states :3iiropraetoraare ( '
taken from the carried out. with an arrangementof obtaining results that I 'could ': -,- It is significant that Ford has so many take-care-of-rtself .:-. : .

depths of Kakulla Springs.. yellow chrysanthemums on the not have obtained with medicineand J :: features not: found in other cars, regardless of price. These ,

buffet and miniature arrangements surgery. "* new Ford features are a triumph of exhaustive research, .',.... "
--fine: and quality construction that give 61 I FORD FOIIi -t
.of marigolds and sfrirfla engineering you
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKMEMBER on each individual table See your Chiropractor first and "-'Wmott relate& Ford ever built. Drive a 61 Ford ....

.. Employees of the bank presented save both time and money. '-.,-..; ;" .
the honoree with .a toaster i -'

F.D.I.C. Assisting Mrs. Reed In serving Dr. H. G. ,
A Friendlv Bank in A Friendly Community were Miss Sandra Williams, Miss j t FTERWILLEGAR MOTORS ,
Keystone Heights, Fla. Ginny Vickers, Miss Frances Rea-j tE.

ves. Miss Barbara Southwell, and University Ave. in GalnesvUlaf ,

Mrs. Dorothy Sherman. i and N. Walnut St. fa Starke. .'"j :. ;: ; '. 206 W. MADISON ST. STARKE FLA. .
Enjoying the occasion with the j

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taught the student body the various Sunday School will meet Tues- y.y.yy yyyyyyy Largo"Sunday after a visit with visiting her sister and brotherinlaw I I

KEYSTONE yells so they could all shout day evening, Nov. 8, at 7:45, in Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Lewd: Mr and Mrs. J. E. Teston AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE
together to cheer. the team to the educational building. MELROSE Miss Linda Green of Florida and children the '
victory. We think some'good Christ- Southern. waS Halloween Carnival Saturday '
The Choir is planning a -Lakeland WO 4-2SOO (
HIGHLIGHTS healthy hollering from the side- mas Cantata "The Nativity." to i4&I ruutt titi
.. lines would do a lot to bolster the be presented Wed. evening Dec. parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green. A fish market and vegetable DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home ? !

..yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy... Indians morale .when the going 21, at 8 p. m. in the Church. .McPherson Sara Baldwin Mar- Miss Sue McDavid of Valdosta stand opened here last week. Director
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
-pillow cases, whatever suits their gets tough. So "Two-bits, four- Personals garet .Slade,' David Brantley State College; Valdosfcv; 'da. was felton Smith is proprietor Registered

fancy. bits, six-bits, a dollar-All for ; R. E. Lambert of Atlanta came Clifford Yarbrbugh., ntTjeff-Mil-: home for the weekend with her : The PTA Carnival' Saturday Starke, Fla.

There will be a few hand-woven Keystone Stand up' and holler i to Florida on business last week, ler. Honorable' MentiOn: jIm'gene I,paR ts, Mr., and Mrs. Fred Mc- night wail a great.success. The Crutches
..articles from Berea. Ky., and or- Have You Registered? and spent the weekend with his Tyson. Joan Miller. Betsy and ;Daytd, '._ ish-.diaaer was delicious,-and the _. Rental Service: ,Hospital_ Beds, Wheel Chairs ;
ders will be taken. Christmas gifts Yes, it's a bit late for registering mother and father-in-law. Mr. Shellie Hoiden"and..Kathy .Price:1:, "MissMary, Jane Bigham. aterrfgd tlt children'had a grand time riding.IA | r
in every price range will be avail- to take part in the National and Charles' Wallenius. After the carnival, 'the', t thfFatcreTeachers"" OSBP p1' tP1r $ Olr( was" realized:'
able. Elections, but have you registeredfor Mr. and Mrs. Benedict Fmzer class sponsored a Masquerade Ball! ventlon in Clearwater last Friday' Thanks go to, Dixie Lily for pro- :
Cheer "Leaders" City Elections? Jack Haber- and two children are getting in the school gymnasium..- ''theYI, and.- Saturday.: VV viding the ;meal for' hushpuppies j jend LAKE BUTLER BOTTLED GAS

.. Anyone who has been to the stroh, City Clerk reminds us that settled in' their new home they are working toward; a trip tfr I. f ,iffy.1.nd'Mrs Wilson Green hid: also providing the staff to':

,football .games knows that Key- Registration Books at the City' recently purchased from theWal- Washington at the close of the t family of Jacksonville. were weekend cook them. ,
stone has m
leaders of school in the vicin- So "get your name upon that from Starke. In 'a recent issue, P. T. A. Meeting Green: r1ff. Jacksonville. ,was iSimday visitor J
ity. They are doing something to page!'" we called Mr. Finer "Benjamin", The third PTA meeting wflT, be and Mrs. Carl Edwards and of I .herl: mother who*is residing $6,50 Per fOO'lb. Cylinder

entertain spectators during most Community Church News since his wife and friends always held Monday, Nov. .7,, .in; the daughters Gainesville' werevisiting here :next' door to her son F. R.
of The Board of Trustees will call him "Benny"assuming of school auditorium. Th&;FHA:girls 1f'.and Mrs. Evan. Hod- Carradine
the game. But the support given Heater
them is nil. meet in the Educational Buildingat course that Benny is short for will baby sit free ofeh.a.rie..h\- leF'Satttr'day. Lori Berreth spent the week- ---- Special ----
We Benedict, Home, EC, room for the parents Mr. and Mrs. Ben Guest cf Pa-
Benjamin. are sorry
We wonder why they called. 7:30: p. m. on Monday, Nov 7. end with her grandparents, Mr.
are who bring, their children ducat!, Ky. Mr. and Mrs.Hardee Lea 25,000 BTU Space Heater 29.50
i Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pawlikowsk and }1rs._F. R, Carradine.
At the Nov
cheer "leaders"? They lead no same time, 7, 7:30 p. '
Republican,EallyIna4telrose .
Jr. of Parris Island. S..
thing. They Just perform. When m. the general meeting of the drove to Johnsonsville, Tenn. this On Oct. 27 a Republicane Rally1. C.and Mr. and Mrs. W... E. Bia- TILRIGHT POI t lor ....' 40,000 BTU Space Heater 39.50

we went to High 'School, ["Oh.; Women of the Church will be. week to go house-hunting.; was held at the, home. of W, R. ham, .:,r. and family were then way yon "rite. Corer! to ''and 'se- .... \ ;

Mother things are differentnow i f held. Mrs. John Strange of Eustis Herb Sargents flew to Tennesseeto Campbell. state. ,Committeeman Sunday dinner guests of Mr and feet year favorite'ESTERbROOXFooBtftia .Phone. HY 6-4351 ;::- i Lake Butler

!"] we, had a pep rally before I will be the speaker. do likewise. Everyone in Keystone -: for Putnam County.' Buffet Iunchieon Mrs.: Les Hardee, Sr. in Jacksonvnre. ..Pea! TELEGRAPH. ;1. .
was. served to,,75. guests. ,Cot .
every game and the cheerleaders The will be sorry to have these "
Executive Board of the '.
Percy W Thompson. of Gainesville 'Sh&ley Green,, John Green. ...
I tutr 'families.leave us. candidate for Secretary of L nda Green attended, the' Fl erida ____,J. r: '

R ADIO I DISPATCHE I Mr. !and Mr. Carl. ,Piper have re- State> for Florida, on the Reputi- uburn- ; football- --game--in 111111 r;. .

i D tofcce4i from ttteir vacation in the 1 can ticket, was< ahg.Jpgaker.Col: Gainesville Saturday afternoon. V ," .' V, !,- "
I Thompson referred to the National -. .. : ; c;' ._ .
Mr. and Airs temple : \ ; ,
; Mid-West, after being gone about Barnes .. ; ;
[ SERVICI' ,. and half months. elections and"alSO endorsed the and famfly Vlsited..fr, and'! Mrs: l' .1 '
two Republican State ,,,Candidates- as I., 'T, Temple in MontteeDo lasweekend. tJrn' I" ;.!: '. .1. ::$. .,':; ;

6 e FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH well as Republican. ;President and ('r.M r .. : .; ..:.ta \, b. _'
T Vice President.. : (:. and: Mrs. J. A. Bass and ,. '' <> .
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mrs. E. L. FerrelUs.In. Bradford daughter of Gaines'viile'were' Sat- J' :: /. ;ri: / ; '

y J. R. Smith, pastor. Ralph County' liospitaigtStarlet, urday'Right_ guests of Mr: SandMrs. : .: \ \ Turnpik'I" '$ ,;y.; .. ., V'V :
-1< suffering from a broken hip resulting .
Copeland Minister of Music and Sara Smith and Mrs. Mary ;, '
r church organist. from a fall anther! home Sue wmingham. r

; t Services: Sunday School. 9:45: Her many friend Win be interested :- Mr. and Mrs.'Fcank Tinny and If /

t\ SALES F" a. m. Morning Worship,. 11 a. m. to know. that. she, k (improVng. .sans of Gainesville,' were_ Sunday \ ,

-; Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening dinner guests 'of Mr. and Mrs. T. : .

S. rrra etr a SERVICE services 8 p. m. W. Markey. ,
"Make church worship a family TR1Nyi'r'1SCQPALCHLRCH: ; '; :Those attending the fair at
;Z\ ? affair." Starke during,the week were Mrs.
../k+ Sundays .10 a. m.,.. Church
It .
4 s ..PinJi9lstf'r. Mrs:: W. TV Blair
cP\P RClv.J.CTOR llEctz.t: School. 11:15 ajru Morning Prayer .
COMMUNITY cnollcHs7ratoaRADIO Billy" Blair Mrs. Tim Rodgers. ,
: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS and Semon' (First SUnday. Mrs; G. B. Colson, Mrs. T. W..

woodland- SERVICE ON. Dr. A. C. Holt, ,MmbterMrs. Holy Communion). fS p.ic., Episco- Markey Mrs. Ivs ,,Dtfuglas, Mrs.
ALES a REPAIRS 4-6901 ALL MAKES J. L Hetherington pal Young Churchmen. s. I Rosa Douglas, and Mrs. Dave
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l Holy Days ip a. m. .
'--- Choir Green.
Organist and Director -
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$I. SHEPHERD i ,Sunday School 9:30:: a. m. Morn Communion. < Mrs: Malcolm, Lewis and Mrs.
The Rev Millard H. Bre. yfogte. Zr't C,.Wood ,
TV ing Worship, 11:00: a. m visited Mrs. Guy Harretf -

INMAN D. CREEN_ : OWNER__ _. _4U E CAIJI'-.57ARBLNS '. .. Vicar. 'Friday in .Alachoa General
HOSJltalin Gainesville
I. 1 Faitly: PrecbJterla' sty _,Mr:; and ,Mrs.. Tom Smith and y o.. ,a
Church Melroae:
! '" W i Mi*'Mary Sue Wllllngham' were
1 Sunday servtee( hptch'Sc\ al '
ih,;CHieflarid on business Thurs

r NEW < ; a.m.9:4 Rev.aon..Jaraee MonJlrfff Ri Nt\WorahJo.ti Jr,;!,?'past' 11 dayMns." ." B... r' r
BIG NEW PICTURE. --- .: Lavonia: 1cher,and CardSies.Ji ) r the big
;or. _..:' ; of, Jacksonville visited .
FIRST :' Mr.'arid Kirs.. Evan Hodges-Sa.tur'.: -, .. .. --
IN !
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Sunday, 9:45: :.a, jn".* Church yy. t. .... .
School for. att.age: s.VU-B. n3., 1 i f. ....: .

Yi Morning Worship ;6:30': p. m.,j I L AW'T'Y": [ : <.. 'it
$ 8 SCoi t1 ':PellnwshIp. ',' ,
RC t : "
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.N $2 y, Wednesday7:3Q: ;>Pn.ni.;, tfyEiizs ,. Y,.. s =
Blaad&ard '
Study :
,UJ1d *Prayer Meeting. : .
Rev., Ted..s. pangePastor. .v"f I : :: :r.1'-: ".'; -:' '' : ,
er.fn..v..rte'rr.nnW. +iW :'.- .
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23 = WPictureTabeTV! St. wuSaa-i.Cittion. ChSundayibls y,,.., ; i11 Reid:and son and'hit .. ..>. :. .. ,......' r'' :.
ONLY ister A+i'stilaea Castoe3l!oi.JiS"dt .
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nth'rwgra'vtsttfigrMrs.'Effi '
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VI :;n '
I' aHolyday'Mass $.: ot ', m Miner}::Tuesday ; 4'p
See more of your favorite TV programs. ._ at .7:00 a, m. Mrs GL, Peterson visited herda'Uihter' (B)

get the same picture the TV camera sees! Tuesday Confession Maw l before t,8:09*0:.L Jf.4tu IDs : and' sod-in-lair,. Mr;

and ,Mrs..,R. E.:: Lee during. the TURNPIKE
Baptisms; marric ee. J
and tortnictions : .
: by, appolntmeit.. weeK ... .. j $ 25
--- iiT Mr.-arty Mrs. J.- T- Wright and STAI1 $1'5. .
} j ......Y9..J.ew..e ehildren! of Tampa 'were weekend '\ AJ Plus '. Tax
g esp of her: parents,. .Mr. and end Your Rerappable:Tire

BRO" K R > Mrs. Charles Shuford.Mr. .r & 1JllY Size .10i15

& and, Mrs:' Marvin Thompson .. r.
By SWr:rtr!:(Men. '. witblMarvin': .sister and brother-

( .r,\ I ". .- .. in Iaa, Mr. and Mrs. W.. J. WilkLon. *
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23"TUBEOVERALL ) Sunday SjChpof*Partjr' I Friends ,of. Coleman ,PhiUiPr.w 1: 'PENNSYLV AN IA :

DIAG. Mrs! Howard 'XWiiglis enter u-regret to learn that he is t ty .a:
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i ,.; tamed hereYpungPeople's.QundaSchool : : patient .in.Alachua General Hos.plt .( t.
iHi 1I41 282 SO. 1Ie a Class..with a hamburger r C.; Gainesville. > .o :: '

r fry; at her"' honWrTuesday night, :r?; Wy,,Tatum: and. his parents 1 <, 'The Wg T-: .a new symbol of dependDEVELOPED FORe !
VIEWABLE 4 II I'' There were 18 present1; to enjoy Mr:and Mrs.! "C. W.. Tatum; ar S .; ability end safety. In Addition this new rI' "
the party. Visiting! relatives. in )Rlpley, Miss.. : .. TURNPIKESRECOMMENPED "
Ii I, I lonmidlatlons!, ,, Mr;?and Mrs. Hugh .Andrews- I', J tire,achievement is priced for economy
Congratulations, ttf -Mr. and colu nb S. C. 'were; renewing; 'c_ for city and rural driving.

Mrs.. Ouy HarreH on"the bir'tho f acquafctance :With 'fj ends this+I 7. ." 'New tread' design...for greater grip. TESTED ON ;

L1ILttt1t\ a baby daughter, Rhonda*on Friday Friday, Hugh is remembered as : : ,.: 'action.: Hew sidewall construction. for +
.. Oct, ?.ESpaghetti the; ipn of the.late John Andrewswlrq ;y.J. greater protection against bl w-ouu. ?. URNPIKES. ;= '
\ Supper war a former: resident ofLawtey.
Mr and Mrs -W. & Bigham.. Jr, .. iMr. t 1 '.' Tbo Big T is truly the most modern" tire ;

iii M entertained with'a:; .spaghetti supi! :.and-Mrs. Gary Bennett and ,' ..' .Achievement available od0" FOR ,,,'1 .
: per at their hom -,.Wednesday son of Maccle n spent the weekend >, '". .'\
night celebrating, the birthdaysof with,Mr.arlff: Mrs Troy Bennett r TURNPIKESSYSTEM
:,= '*wr oiffflurois OF THE lUfNP KE'( TIRE I
James:Templer. ,,Ukyd Wood :. ..... .
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and Shirley Green,;- Rev and Mrs. L., P. Rafuse. -
w Carnival A Huge* Sue ass Miss' Joan 'Rftfuse; and Joe Bar- t I (.
Tit SCrE.'NS Serl.s JJUB41
r General Chairman -attended'EU2abeth Baptist
Ned Hicks
'pe reports that there',jm a .record Church in Jacksonville Sunday:> 7wmoit4.PENNCRAET.-

NEW SQUARES, Wi&K: ."J.'SIH:: crowd at, the. BrookeraialloweenCarnival ,Guests' of Mr'. and .ur&. Luther ) ..
\ 0 .Saturday night. The Billiard were.Miss" Frantte Wainwright --
PICTURE RCA Victor' new 23"- LI cake walk,House:of.Horfors, fortune over the weekend,'Mr. and

20 SQUARE INCHES MORE PICTURE, IubefullpicfweWletsyouTHAN telling booth*fi!islq pond, .dart: Mrs.Leon Starling and cnildren.Sunday .. I
game bottle game and, hot dog. ; arid Mf. ahd Mrs.. Louie
CONVENTIONAL 21'=tube'TV see morepidare comer-to, 1 stand were an .very successful, Frigo and children; 3tondai ;.
corner.. .no wasted picture RETREADS
Mrs. are all of Jacksonville.
Ernest Edwards chairman o These .
outside edges of screen. the supper reports that they Steve .sta 11i1 'Jri, of Jacksonville ,
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CONTRAST cleared $I' t.69 on :the chicken spent the- weekends' with bis ,1 It's 'the! "Custom-mpCundin9"! that gives yoi> <.. .
iao th jet: Mrs .s SW1f"g. firMr. .
-1he supper. The PTA, cleared $318.56on .; h
e NO WASTED PICTURE C'1:::;::: Nos r.:ttJ ::eye a Tt!..,'slaAI the carnival. Mr?Hicks -w}theS, .,.and. Mrs. Ja tr Wainwright '" *. EXTRA MILEAGE .

I EDGES OF SCREEN, W to thank everyone'whohad a part' and .children of Waycross 'Ga.yisitedMr. .1 Superior blend's of rubber- ,.'cured 'Id OuJ

---- -- ---- !iJl making the carnival a'succ ss.. .. and bins Truby Wain-' exacting specifications.TROUBLEFREE. >
.. The winners fit the riffles wereDoll :, wrfghVover ifie weekend. 1 i'1 I i
t BiD Torode. a d1 x SERVICE
PERFORMANCE Pat Bigham Jewelry Tim Mr. ahd'.Mrs.
NEW .DIMENSIONS IN Rogers; Fruit' Cake: ,. ttr. Fut' h; iOn: of Gamtsvillewere Sunday] *I Supei.bonded. m. rthcrdst

\ aectric, .. Train. Chiries;: 'Harris; visitors of* Mr; and' Mrs. 'W. F.' J V CONFIDENCE '
; Electric Fry fan; bubreY Hazen" Mbore'and,family; .
.Mr. and Mrs.. Clilf.Kelley of 'Mil"and' Mrs. Jim Burton ofJacksonville Qeofityprodncednetreads and expert work. 1
Wildwood i were visiting Mrs. Alice :ami-Mr;,and''Mrs. P.TJinklnY ? MniKp noon dependable ('t ofllOflCe.

k Edwards and Mrsl: RbSa, Keller L., enjoyed a-famly' dinner STOP IN,, TODAY FOR A COMPUTE; {

L Ur recently, I :.*with,Mr.-,and. Mrs.. Horace e ,FREE TIRE INSPECTION yam.
Mr. and' Mfis. J, TV: "Taylor',and Cox at'their home on Santa Fe
family ,and':bins aid' Mr& Bobby Lak* 'Sunday.: 5 II
-- BraaiiDM sod! 'dAa hter .of' Pa- .- ,Everett E: Barney",of ,Jacksonville $8.

latka spectrthe'weekend: .with. Mr, visited his; mother., Mrs. Fan Cap On Your Tire Body
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N.w IUP-GcaIa StabOar Onto font
Oua&imrilM eik rftn and, Mrs:: Roy GteenwDrfrr ,Georgia,Ana Sapp Thursday, j jMr 7:50 14 '
20,000teluorpirturerererpater tigaalt! ,pnmde new improved trGl Urrier tgiaat iotetteaMbud BIate\ z
IharpDeSI a new hop' IK per- ieeeFtkaiaentTiiH=-fnvrtQlnatft- oa T V.sfcafiat guA.la ,aweountrjt and'.Mrs: :: lair Markey of and;.Mrs. Lowe and I S.vlsittrig }
fonuaql Nsm"tnege .. A Decatur: Gd. CharIrs YoU nweid- soaand.Mr, and Mrs. W.;ETWU-: We Use Famous Pennsylvania Gold Crow

.."'!!-.....--= .. : o.- ,I. _* ,I *B ... !'ot' \ ,_....... ,er .Atlanta; Oa:; and J,,'A..WaS EainY.df: Wellborn 'were y x Tread' Rubber Exclusively In Our ,Retreat
of .Axaoo Gad the H. K Priest family' Sundayafternooac 't F-4"
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and ,Mrs,T.: ; WvJHarkfy recently. f
Davit Dinkins! sonr< of,i&vnd, ? ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Densteon., Mrs. Paul DinkinS Jr. of St. Augustine. ,
Shepherd Radio & T. V of Midway: were .visiting )..fr."and.::
is.. ,week
s M-i Pitt Baiter recently: '.. spefl4ing.tlie ,here -t
wKS Mi gttnydpat.entl, -Mf. ind atk
kermy'Green .,, Recap
tpentieverallast days '* Compal1
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PHONE WO 4-6901 < weet wttti Mrni'M' Mrs. J. T., Mrs.. Paul Carter .
.. ".- '. STARKE. FLORIDA.... : Taylor 1n'Palatta0. ? .: Mr*. Oeniva McCaffrey and 135 N
-- Temple Aye.
Mrs. Eva' Growl ''returned to, children of Jacksonrilte were ... < ., Starke'Fla.
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TYYTTYYTYTTTViJEILBRONN m Lisa Jean. The Judds-have three a' chain saw 'running, thought iti i me. Her name is. Miss .Geraldine- 7* 1(' THE RIGHT POINT .for the i.. Gt a.ij J..ln'. 'C*.rt IB. Am* Tl' ton \. Yawn Coanty Judge of ,...'t.ot.. .,r !". :,," 1 ..
I' of the Fender She will be your new j I:way you write. Come i it and select .I P.r Bradford 'oaaty, Fler'ld.., Bradford ltouoty Florida, un November i< : 'I
' boys also. was one neighbors doing' j j : In re: Estate of Fred Hess, de. 20.; 19(0, for approval of Charlrs M S. h.udlul"I: <
Glad to report that two of our some work for themselves and!. correspondent this week. I, wish I!i your-/avonfe ESTERBROOK ean ed. the same and for final discharge j stratur ".f OilK't n*. <>f Kud
. friends have come home from were fooled again! In .a little! to thank you,for all.the iielp and !Fountain TELEGRAPH: NOTICE OF FILING PETITIOX as Administrator of the estate oft 1 Hess, dtH-cuK l
hospitals. Keith Reddish returned while Buddie Wilkinson;'drove up kindness 'you have 'shown me' .!. '. t"} FOR FINAL ADMINISTRATORTo DISC ARGE OF Fred flesa deceased 11-10 41 11.U
/i ; McCarthy from Bradford County Hospital with some' oak wood' to use as I since I've been your correspondent I ;' h ;: All Whom It May Concern? -
..n Tuesday of last week and was back logs in the fireplace. Rich f and have enjoyed it so much. I."' :NOTICE OP I>'TKXTIOXTO' have Notice is hereby given that "l I "We eliminate the middleman's profit"WhftEadi '
9' filed my final returns as administrator -
able to his work in and Mosley of Highland had cut' of '
I to return Thank You, : the estate of Fred "
Howdy neighbors, news is kinda these for us, and Buddy hauled Soifce' iaTh"ri4byrren -that theundersigned lieu. deceased: ; that I hate filed I : :
Jacksonville R. L. j
this week. Mrs. ,
short this week but with the Mrs; H. ..M. McRae under the provisions t my petition 'for final discharge and I One Quart I
,. Morgan came home from the them: We say from the depths of f"( Cha'iiier :0,951! Laws of Florida; that I will apply to the Honorable i I F. RE E" t
County Fair and Halloween I Rt. 2. Box 111 6UU4)'ftater with the
i Glendale Hospital in Palatka Sat- our hearts thank you .and may & the. Clerk ot the Circuit court. In or Gallon I
of will it OneJou buJ.
think most us agree urday. the Lord bless. each of you as only / and for1 Bradford County, Florida fS
, was a busy week. He 'cSri. CHURCH. OF GOD.. upon receipt of proof of publication i!
Weekend of and Mrs. .
.l t The Halloween social' at Heil- Floyd Cowart guest and Mr.family was Went to see Jim on Wednesdaylast Sunday School, 10-a, m.. Mori nam*"vf of this Xeel.notice Mobile*P.adlo.Fictitious under Prices Start at $2 qt. -'$5.98 Gal !
bronn Church was thoroughly which I am 'engaged in business at
enjoyed-by all Monday evening of their son .Pvt James Cowart of weekand; learned that he had. lag Worskln.. 11 a. m. Sundat ;22 ,orth Tf 1p1", At-: rke. Fla. OGt Es I i
Fort Jackson S. C. Improved"hi health enough to return Semce. Ddhaltf E." {elCJjfgtfuth: Thomp-
: m.
'this week. Prizes were awardedto I I
swn St: Stark, Fla., 'sole-
home. Needless to says heis i owner.
of Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday guests Service ,
7:45 ml
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p.- .
standing several costumed of the :guests Appropriate for out- Frank Norman and son. Ray, home more-than again. His pleased to condition.be back Prayer Meeting )Frtda}, 7:45: p. a', I I, A.Dated D. this 19(0..20tti'at' Starke'day ot'October., Bradford, k !i 50i N.W..8th- ,- Ave' Gainesville.- i rV .Fla.n FR. .6-7588"j .1
were their daughter and son-in- nervous I-county. Fiorida. 10-20 4t 11.10
, ,.gameand the weiner roast made I law. Mr and Mrs. Lamar Reddish has improved so much, he doeSn't ....- !
+ evening complete. Hostesses I
Jhe end baby of High Springs and seem like the same man he was a !
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were Mrs Freeman Crosby. .Mrs.i their' son and daughter-in-law, month ago. Sunday was his 79th

It wedding.W. H. Green and Mrs. Russell J Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Norman of birthday and you should have GT, -u, aImSIMAS ,4 _* I
II Jacksonville. seen him eat chicken and rice. II

I :I s May to we worship agate invite at Heilbronn each ofiiyou !I Mrs. R, 1,. Morgan is visiting I'j ja mings.In cake pineapple. and all the trim: S I i I II.u I I { i IF WITH :F st di I Ii

" church soon, hear our few days this week with her-; i Ili. 1 i
fRef Luther A: McGee pastor,1 daughter. Miss Joyce Morgan of'' the:afternoon Rev. George 1 i
,Jacksonville. i I Chism and"Lois Cecil Hardee, !
r spiring1'sennbhs hear II >@
; our CHAS'
and Miss Debbie Phillips visitedus ati.ID7DS I. I w it H pU zrj I
singers and' Join in the congregational -:j I Weekend guests of Mr and and were surprised to see Jim t15E CtRE I II
singing led by chorister) Mrs: Corneflous Moore were Mrs. I NARI DD OR TA MP r II
I so well. Later his nephew, Frank, A MQR
, Russell ,Redding, with Mrs. Jean- and nieces Ada and Eve visitedus. 9 tG f..a f.! ''IOpRE ss b0 D ORpE R' tl I
,;j Brobkins at the piano. Remember!; They too remarked how well 1 I.. 'TAMPS I $
I this Wednesday evening is time, lando. Uncle Jim looked.. plat .r

; for regular Church conference. i .9'1 M Sorry to hear that Susie Pad '!

Also Hetibronn' Church has, been I .9..YY..y..YY.. I gett has been on the sick list for j
Invited to attend the revival go-1 several days.' ,

lug church Ndrthside -- -
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..: t : t "- RIGHTS I OR HALF IB 1 hacs ,
t. with the famous John Ashley I By :Mrs.; J. L. StricklandraitAa..ua.u.a..A. RESERVED SHANK c

'. Woodhouse evangelist. I .&&& HAMPTONBy. M .' ; i
, Congratulations are extended Io t riaiu
Mrs. \Annie Kelly's son and Last week we were wonderinghow Mrs. D. E.,Hill >t ua s.WAINUT STREEt 53c \
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.I we would get wood for a fire J A uA1w'A'.r fTAUKI HALF .. .
I Gene Kelly of Bartow, who are I in this old fireplace since Jim I' HORIDA / SLICED TENDER / _
the proud parents another j and I are no longer able to cut Hallowe'en PartyAt 'cMERCHANTS. GREEN STAMPS
baby girl bonr last. '"I Christian LB C .
week. She has our own. Tuesday night Just after Church WITH TMf U.RCMASC Of OME PACKASCWASHINQ
been named; Kimberly Ann. The dark, a truck drove up and the Ghosts and witches and other ROCK; MACHINE
Kelly have two daughters. I driver turned out to be Randolph Hallowe'en pranksters were aboutin TINTEX DYES .1.1I

Congratulations 'also to ; Mrs. I Whitehead who had brought us full daylight Saturday afternoon BLUE RIBBON CORNISH LB Cc rte.COUPON txaRE .1I i I

Cornelious Moore's' 'brother and I some of the scrap from his sawmilL when teachers of the Sgwn trf SHOJIDER F} '' coos Ig, ,'.-,, .1t I
sister-i ,'Sgt.and Mrs. ShirleT'F.ndd.otOriando'who All we had to do is bring it Hampton Christian Church play- tb atAD lB C I stof I t
ed hostess for a Hallowe'en party < ., ,
; announce in and make the fire. ." -
I : "'the .birth :of a baby girl Wednesday:: afternon we heard Fifteen children were present t

. ..... for the games and refreshments.In :- .:---ELlC-" :: ...tEssE'e-- i.... : .... HEAVY 1f ,* ,- .1

charge of arrangements' were .' LUE RIBBON. 50MERCHANTS I
, Mrs. Carl Clark Mrs Marklee = i
t PLAY! MUSIC IN I A MINUTE I Norman, and Mrs. Robert Cox. .. .., rgp; ; V/ESTERK( M. ,TUR : :.: GREEN STAMPS
Personals : : l Pu1cllue ar
Mrs, Mamie Meade and Mrs. FRANKS ; ; : : O 1fci2 RICN'I rR02IN
:log the pewMAGNUS W.. P. McElroy,attended the New t '" ,,> S" T""E".A: 1\,S ECLAIRS I

River Baptist Association WMU I THII COUPOM kxPIREI
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.1 DIAMOND Friday.meeting at Evergreen Church 'last L8 --:... L.'- t t 4 FAtg COO[ Iri !10lIf

MTV and Mrs: Gordon' Weest BAG
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electric chord organBbwiw and sons of Miami were weekend ... ftteot
1 I guests of Mrs Tk; P. Brown. .4 '- lB-'
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Mrs.: T. merman: has with SIRIO 1

her this week her sister Mrs;
Weathersbee, who is recuperating r. MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
from $;: recent eye operation.' She fRESH CAM,>;T- i ", 4 WITH THE PURpHASE OfvNE
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was able to come to Hamptonfrom 1. Ot'
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St.-: Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville 1 Wagon Wheels
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Mrs. Tracy Jones ,, of Memphis,'Ten 1. are visiting!I L tLrnrL:
with her parents f'in, Waldo. Mrs. RtERR
I II Jones was' Bradford' 'County ,4. '

I VL Hospital, Starke for treatment _! several .
day last week. .e..rlo"'c ;
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L I t nnvvv.v..1..Tr..Y' : e JR-X.-P PT.. r t MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS .
die ibrifi of being able to 1
express yourself ..L ( WITH THE PURCNAfE 01y.i
sst leafy even if you've never bad lesson in your PINE .LEVEL LADY FAIR .BUTTERMHK 1 T L11 ONE 7 LB CAN .I
I fife.Just follow the exclusive Magnus method of OR SWE'EJ MILK SNOWDRIFT

matching numbers and letters in the Magma song- denUdine POUND 101 tNil couioN Lxlun
[By Fender]. ,
HovtweR 6 t96o /
booth those on the keyboard. It's so easy-even %*

1 'ajounister, can play" complete songs wjthin. 60 seconds?! I a.Ab.&A AEA1LAu.u.au.. blStUtlS L' fi

PIAY EVERYTHING!Over 25 diff'erentsongboob l We were delighted to see an *"

to choose from.. .classical jazz pops, hymns I I attendance 'of 1d hi Sunday 3 CANS ::29/ t
folk musk; children's songs. etc., ... $1.50 each.ittAI4E I School. Dr.."W. E.,.Hall conducted so

: :HaW'LOW COST MODEL the services. '' CHASE and CO F FEE _
; AS LOW AS 49.95 wishes to.Mrs. W. E. Hall and SHbRTEt'iINGi WITH THE PUHCHAM
I : Mrs. Felix Sapp for speedy, recovery ........._ Pancake Flour
I ASK FOft FREE DEMONSTRATION from their recent illness.. .... "
i i 'We would like. ? : I FeM .
to wish Mrs.' H; -- NOVEMBER 1MOCOOC iD R'Ek
H. M., McRa : C 'Fist BT tlt2
: a happy birthday.and C'I
; C. ; Nasworthy General Supplies :may,she have many many more. ;; 1 lB
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Those attending the birthday ,
t 310 E. Call Street Starke. Florida dinner Sunday atthe home of ChessO ,
h.- E !MrandMrs.. -J. W..., McRae' were CAN. ; C OFF EE 9ri iI i
I t Mrs. H. M McRae Audrey Hall -I
and daughters of Jacksonville MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
, I Mr. and Mrs. Tully Norman. Mr. FOOD FAIR I
t =. I II and Mrs. J. O.: Jackson; and Sue, 1 49,., ONE WITH PlCfl CB THE CTJ PURCHASE LADY FA Of* 1MB i!
Mr and Mrs. Robert Myrick 'and COFFEE \ Strawberry Buns ;I

I family, Mr, and Mrs- Robert'Tay- THIS$5.00 PURCHASE FOOD ORDER WITH i k I 1 La CAN THIB COUPON EXPIRE !

!,lot and family Mrs-. Vernle FAft NOVEMBER coat a't '!
Thornton and daughters. Mr. and q

IT IS Mrs. Lester Crosby and daughters, T: '
Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs Austin B .M.Fender McRae. and Mr. : D KING SIZE $ C j jfyne

daughter Joe Sapp and Gerald
: We Hove HIHif Norman., i
ex Kipg Size'
Mrs. H. M.McRae spent last EW'&CHANTSGREEN STAMPS ;

fft:mm is JUST A week with Mr and Mrs.. JohnRoberts DETERGENT 89+<>< MI'w'ONE NC PURCMASC AMBUB OP

in Mejrose.? ..
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FL ? ft THE 0ALENDAR AWAY! Earl Goodman and, .James J., / 'zfP THIB COUPON EXPIRES '
Fender .went to Columbus, Ga "r HARVEST of VALUES SALE!I Cf.: .R- : I .: NOVEMBER i- 1MO

We Carry A Complete Line of over the weekend to get Mrs;; PARTY PAKBREADED f E soot n
Goodman who.has been visiting
: HUNTING EQUIPMENT relatives during this past week.
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Use Our Lay-Away Plan today for Your Activities- To Attend Florida LpYS IOE.usAC'H' SPICED SHRIMP' PKC ',.4.,3c / N .r t
I Remember the Heart-of : : #2 I i

.Cans, Shells, etc. Pay by the Week. or Month I"Youth Fellowship Meeting at E"'oS. HALVES 4 CANS $100 o. .._., ..::_ ..:: .
Montrose ,
1 BaptistCburch at.Lake SLICED .1 KeR / Epr : MERCHANTS
City. Friday night Also! ,.remember --.'. ,-, --.-. .' .. GREEN STAMPS ;
r 1 the Hayride sponsored by theYoang ., CORNED BEEF NASH -(15&.OZ( cans) 3 for $1.00 LADY FAIR JUICY 10 WITH oz PCS THE PI PURCHASE a BLicrff Of(Ptcto ONE ::
DOWN People of the Church Saturday Luncheon
NO MONEY ; *&> Meat
NOT. 5. FRUIT COCKTAIL. (No. 303cans; ) 4 for $1.qo APPLE 8"SIZE 39 TMI/ COUPON [IV1Rq
V ", ;" > .; REG 49VAL c MOVENIa 6. 196
; Letter From .Mrs.; McRae- oPINEAPPLE JUICE ((46 oz.cans. ) 4 for $1.00 PIES eotx.r

1( Repair 1 My, dear friends: "- ... : Y : :..... '- ; ;' :

I know you will surprised:.to TOMATO,CATSUP, ((14 oz-Bots, ) 5 for $1.00 -O-D- C"'E'I:
receive \ .
t this letter but I justcooldnt ) I I
Add Rooms Cat -.i:: ."W, r. \oil ,
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drop SAUSAGE's --
my 'news writing VIENNA ( cans t" 6. for, $too v --
without telling you why.. I have t -v 'jnt

l Bath RoomINCLUDING enjoyed' writing the news items CREAMED CORN'
,. for you for so many .years First @REEN ABBA EFIAAAE LB 51

( SEPTIC TANK AND FIXTURES I started writing for The' Tele .e.CUT BEETS W'f. 14 : (Nor303cans; ) S' for $1.00 .a ;t. 9I .
graph to If!-when- mycolszuu RED IWtlOUS

) i vas called Crosby Lake News. BABYFOODS '(S Sin'ed 4% 12 for $1.00 '
M \ oz i Jars TOUM GRAPES 2 IBSIBS 29
;*rr1 ** &: Several years later ,ve moved to {
lime _TcrReroof.STARKE the Rising section-and"wrote the TANGY .
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1 Rising News for 'a ting-tine In > NJt, KIM PRY,SVyiEET,

!1932 section we and moved have to enjoyed the Pine writing Level TOMkTO 46 OZ $4 00 SWT. POTATOES 3 2'

Pine Level news items since ,that .1'
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I cant: Trite. very wen any JUICE RED APPLES 3 IBS 29 ,
Phone WO'4.4201 Starke, Fla.L t more., and have asked good ; :
friend of mine to'take-over.for < .iot L .
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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT tives and friends in Miami. She Hankerson is general chairman. I
Don is at the store and dogs aissiONARK BAPTISTare
I was the house guest of Mrs. Mary Captains for all pews in the
quiet. 1 Sl"aa7 Scnool 9:45: a.m. Morn.E -
Digger !
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Lee Batten godmother of her church have been named. All per- asleep. I "
nephew, B. T. Marshall, Jr. Mrs. sons are asked to support this i think of Florida'and all of you s r..shIp,11: am. Evening .J
;} CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Batten is a former resident of program which will help to com- who read this. Service 7:30 pja. Prayer Meeting

.. By Ozora Shell Starke and sends warm greetingsto plete the Baptismal pool, now un- 'i God bless you, everyone.. I each Wednesday 7:30 pjn. Every i
all her relatives and friends. der construction at our church.- I Love. MOTHER LURA. I one welcome.-Key. H. H. ttott.
A&&&A&A**A A A*At A**A1.A A A A AAAAAAAAA AAA AA At.AAAAAAA ObituaryThe Mrs. Pauline Marshall reporter. ,pastor.
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Recreation DepartmentTo j will have their first annual funeral of the late George *TTTTTTTTT T V.TT VTT...*
Sponsor Dance Queen's Contest son. Several love- I McGhee will be held at Antioch S

A weekly Friday night dance ly little tots will take part in this i ii ''I Baptist Church on Sunday; at 2 THERESSABy I Whenn October passes and November -! song. I went at noon and had my I: ATTENTION MEN
contest which is sponsored' p. m., according to statement, :1
will be sponsored by the City i being :. comes, in. I say a prayer hair shampooed and set. .1 tied
Recreation Department at RJE so that they may enter float in I from George 'Cuffee, relative of of thanks and prepare for Gabby out in the back yard. i: TRAIN; TO BE A
.. High School starting this Friday. RJE's Homecoming parade. All I the deceased. This death comesas Ruth Griffis Thanksgiving.For When I have finished this I shall i if
The dance is for high school students -,patrons and parents of tots who! a surprise to most'of the peo- AAAAAAAAIAAUAAA.AAAA&l every song. there is a I go out and tend the fire burning|f I HEAVY EQUIPMENT
and will run from 7 to 9 attend this school are asked to I ple in Starke. He ,is one of the counterpartOf the leaves.
p .m. The activities will be held support this activity. A more' pioneer citizens of Starke, All, Recreation Time wonder in the spring when OPERATOR
In the auditorium and will be complete announcement of plans pall bearers are asked to turn out Each Tuesday Night winds blow free Last Tuesday we had a funeral.A .
under the direction of Gene will be; made later. in full regalia to take part in the' All interested persons are urged An April-syncopated melody; woman 34 years old. She died .
Holmes. RJE Teen-Hop final services for our deceased to attend recreation time each Or Indian summer when the of cancer. It was sad. She left a Scraper Power Shovel
RENO THEATRE The Recreation Department of member. Combs Funeral Home of Tuesday night at 7 p. .m. in the rains anoint husband and four children. Our Bulldozer Grader '
The Reno Theatre will show the City of Starke will 'sponsor a I i I Lake City is in charge of ar- Community Center. Indoor games' The earth with rythmic flow of friend from St. Petersburg. Mr. *
"Square Jungle": this Friday Teen-Age Hop for all pupils of I I rangements. Rev. George W. Lee, skating and ball games are enjoyed bubbling wine? Lindvall flew up last week and And Others
starting at 7:30: p- m. and Satur- RJE School every Friday night Sr. will officiate on Sunday. He by all ages. We are greatly When morunful night winds attended Masonic lodge and got j
day at 8 p. m. Saturday night starting Nov. 4th and continuing leaves to mourn his passing ahos't in need of a piano; as many of sing a last are-well his 50 year pin. We enjoyed his. TRAINED MEN $165 per ,
there will be a Record Hop and throughout this year. This dance of relatives and friends. our folk are interested in gospel And winter rings a melancholyknell visit with us overnight. was his I ARE EARNING OVER week

Shimmy Contest starting at 7:30: is being sponsored to help the Church News singing and Quartets. If anyone birthday and Don's also on Complete Training Program Including -
In addition to mode. 'Admission community combat juvenile de- I Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church.. reading this has a piano that is As snow lulls. sleep the sway- Thursday. I roasted a duck and I ence on Heavy Equipment., No Previous ActuExperi:
36c and 41c.American liquency among school students. I Rev, L. A Sampson pastor, will not in use and would like to contribute ing vine. made them an angel food cake. Needed. Mail Experience
hold services it ,to the center, it will be Baked Beans New England Style Coupon for Complete Information.
Legion Meeting There will be no charge for ad- regular on Sunday For every song must have. its QUALIFY NOW -- "
Commander Julius Royal Jr. is mission. The only requirementsare starting with Sunday School at greatly appreciated. own refrain Soak over night two cups of UNIVERSAL EQUIPMENT
calling a. meeting of all membersof : you must be 13 years or 10 a. m. Miss Fannie B. Frazierin Delightful SurpriseFor To sing in.counterpoint throughsun white beans. Place in a baking I I For jobs the in many h1gh-pa'ing I OPERATORS SCHOOL, inc
Post 314 on Sunday, Nov. 6, at over and a student that attends charge; 11 a. m. Love Feast; Correspondent and rain. dish. Add 1 teaspoon dry mustard -I heaoD..tru'tion, I 317 W. FORSYTH
1 p. m. Business of importance RJE school regularly. The disc 6 p. m. Lord's Supper. The pastoris Your correspondent was greatly I teapsoon salt, dash pepper, building roads bridges dams, I JACKSONVILLE, FL.I ..\. I
must be transacted. Plans will be jockies will be Arthur Frank asking all members of Steward surprised, but pleasantly so, last -Marguerite Kingman.It one-fourth cup brown sugar arid I I pipe lines, homes office buildings I Name______ __ Age___
completed: for the "ground break- Parks and Jean Holmes, accord- Board No. n to meet at the Saturday night when a group of was 'a delightful mouth: of fill cup with molasses. Cover with etc Local and foreign t'mStl'f't't ------- .. I
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Ing" ceremony on the first Sun- ,ing to an announcement from church 3 p. m. Sunday. On the friends arrived at my home to October here in Nebraska. We did water and lay a piece of salt ployment opportunities. No I nty_ wtato--.u -- .
day in December, The :American I Principal Eddie Thompkins-- All second Sunday all officers will be wish me a happy birthday. With I not have a frost until the last of pork on top. Bake until beans are need' to quit jour present job I. '---- I

Legion Auxiliary will meet at 2 teen-agers are invited to, attend., installed for the new conferenceyear. them they brought loads of food, October, but fhe trees turned done at 325 degrees to begin and i "-- until )" are trained tl Phone.Hf'1j. at Home__

p. m. in the room of President L. If the attendance is not. 'good Junior Church at '5 p.. m. including barbecued chicken, po- such Ipvely colors and' the leaves then for a time at 300. Add
M. Royal. All members are asked each week the dance will be dis each Monday, Girl Scouts will tato salad, baked beans; cakes, hung on a long time.' I took the water as needed.

... to be present and on time so that continued. meet each Thursday 7 :p. m.. at tea and coffee, mints, etc. kodak and a roll of color film This recipe came from Maine
Visits Miami RJE unless notified of a change. After the bountiful feast, we and took pictures one Sunday Attention
all items on the agenda may be and is supposed to to good. Livestock Producers! I
gathered around the piano and morning. It is not cold today. Of
covered fully.-Pauline Marshall., Mrs. Corean McNeil, member of New Bethel Baptist Church, i HELPFUL HINTS. I have
spent a delightful evening sing course, we have a fire in the fur- a l ,
. reporter. New Bethel Baptist Church, has Rev. A. B- Vinson pastor, will ob new clean thimble that I to If
use have
ing and talking. Many beautiful I nace for the house would be chil you hogs or
Queen's Contest returned to Starke after Women's the second I
just a serve Day on cut holes in the top of j
and useful gifts were presented. ly. I have a school boy raking my pie cattle to sell now or in I
Kiddie Kollege. Kindergarten delightful weekend visit with rely- Sunday in November Mrs. Lizzie crust. It makes plenty of room' t
Those enjoying this occasionwere (j leaves.. We have lots of trees in the future please contact
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Tries i' the town. Lots of tall elm trees. for: steam to come out. I use one of the buyers iI

and children,; Mr. and Mrs: J. A. In summer they make. nice shade. spring clothes pins to help hold !i at Copeland Sausage '
Gnann and children, Rev. and The birds nest in them and squir- garmens on hangers. Try singingas 'i Company and give them
you wash dishes and how
Mrs. M. L. Packham and children, see
rels play in the branches. Now
{I an to
quickly the buy
job is done.
Mrs. Grace Searle and daughter, leaves are tumbling down.I i '
=* -.p ITS TROTTIN DOWN Jan, Mrs. Rhoda Dampier an President Woodrow Wilson your livestock. '
'" UNCLE I have been washing more curtains -
JASPER MY DAIS D GOUSIN WHAT'S TkE WEEK's GPACERES 1J son, Billy and Miss Dolores said: "Our civilization cannot COPELAND
LIKES and cleaning house. I love OFFERS YOU
YotSR Cloversettle. survive naturally unless it is .
-AN EXPERT WILLIE redeemed -
GityrishfiMeatMarKet these Autumn days. I love each
AT q IS NUTTY FAVORITE Mrs. CL P. Howell of Denver spiritually 4 BIG ADVANTAGES!
C3 each their .
CANASTA*. R!D 1NGt PASTIME, season. They sing own .- t t
ABOUT Colo. is spending the winter herewith Take time from your crowded
f f BAXTER her son and daughter-in- day to have luxury for your spirit I 1. Cash market every day.. -

't s fa ; wxssT srrs r i ; : law Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Howell. before turning the ground. He in prayer. You will feel extra 1 2. No commission. .
M. .
James H. Breeden and childrenof .
happy then.
said that he can turn the ground I :
Silver Lake spent Sunday better when it is chopped. This is bittersweet time. It is a 1,i 3. Special consideration given to-meat -,.
afternoon: with relatives in Santa bright red berry that is used for .
Lunz Starling also used the
Fe.Mr. his winter: bouquets.On Ii i type hogs
rolling chopper on cropland
and Mrs. Jack Jarrell and the edge of lot fence 4. Can furnish
I a by
before turning: the land. a hauling for sufficient
N '4 granddaughter, Carolyn Coch- rowBitter .
Hunting season is starting
rane of Jacksonville. visited Rev. sweet is on display quantities.
1 .
again. Folks that have planted ,
and Mrs. M. L; Packham and Dangling clusters of berries
family recently! food strips say they have seen CALL
, Though woods are Novembergray. HO 2-3011
Mr.; and Mrs. Parker I plenty of birds around the food ,
Dampier .
: FRESH PORK SALE! and children :of Jacksonville strips that they .have planted. While the hills .were bright CLAUDE PHILLIPS THERON HUDSON
The Soil Conservation District
Beach hi
were Sunday visitors of swill with wild roses PRESTON POLK
. brother and sisterin.lawMr.. cooperate with the Florida It, waited remote alone ...2:
50 LBS. TO 65 LBS. Whole Cut and Game and Fresh Water Fish
or Up FRESH 3 LBS. Mrs. R. C. Dampier.Mrs. Until summer has faded

PIGS lb. 32c SausageMEAl, $ .OO brother. Rhoda and Dampier sister-in-law visited, Mr.her wildlife'Commission planting the'material.'distribution The of its Then own. bittersweet' comes into Copeland

and Mrs. W. T. Zeigler In.Jacksonville Florida Fish Commission Game and,will Fresh charge Water the Soon be. Thanksgiving and I

FRESH PORK' HAMS OR COUNTRY Smoked or Fresh Mrs.to her A.recently.L.home Sullivan in Ocala has retUrned aftervisiting land planting owners this: 'ye'ai for. the wildlife shall long have prayer a prayer.for'our I local am writinga paper.I I__ SAUSAGE COMPANY...: ALACHUA. :: RlDA. f

BACK BONE ft.. 4ge SAUSAGE lb. 4ge Sullivan van and Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.M..Cleveland Z.x;. Sulli-"' '''''' I ., .. .' "' ;!'I ""'....-,......,!,,"".' <"N. <- ,....,. "- (tn tnY tna

Mrs. A. King has returned to
FRESH PORK 15 TO 48 LB. CAN her home in Bamonette. Ala.

SHOULDERS Ib 33e LARD $$5.79 munity area.after visiting She about resided old'25 years friends in this ago.in com-this you smoking. more now Y

Mr. and Mrs.. Harry Nado stop- ; '\ .:. .

FRESH PORK 3 LB. JAR ped by for a short,visit with her
brother-in-law'and sister Mr.::and bufep:2Yingji/flPs ?

SIDE. with ribs lb. 3Se Mrs. E- S. Sibley enroute to their 1
LARD 4ge home in South Florida. They GIANT AKOM6 64ANTS. That's Dick Nolaa,
were returning from a vacation defefstwe back-etd star of the K, t. Giaats.Nob .
f trip in the. northern states and is a t Camel smoker. He says hs bof.I
FRESH SMOKED Canada. I soared otter brands. But Camel is the agare&abe : \

, The Ladies Sunday School Classof buys for coraptete smoking saSsfac&oo, 11 r ri

FRYERS Ib.2ge BACON lb. 33e Hope Baptist Church met last i
Thursday night at the home of 1
Mrs. W: T. Dickinson for the regular -
5 LBS. OF business and'social meeting.The i.

MULLET Hampton Halloween Elementary Carnival School was at : '

.. FRYER BACKS $100 lb. 1Sc a success last Friday night. Many i

ladies of this area worked hard .
to make it so. t .

Fresh Fryer Parts Breast orLegs lb. 39c or 3 Ibs. For $$1' ;


SLICED BACON lb. 3ge or 3bs.for! $100, 5.,51011it i --c; .?-:. .

4y t -

RICE Webb's Long Grain 3 Ibs. 3ge Soil N-E-W-S.Conservation

r-- By Bill Haas v
Sail Conservation Service ago :, ,. kt 3 f y? _1
Weekend Beef Sale ;
Soil and Water Conservationfarm 'A F wY
plans were delivered to Carson

ROUND CHUCK Griffis. Edward C. Harvey, ,
y f
and Roy Clemons. These plans 1&c
MEAT STEW have the farmers' ideas incorporated

STEAK S ROAST into a complete soil and :

water conservation farm plan .
The farm plan will be used to layout

lb. AOc lb. SSe'| lb. 39c .To S.farm plant Eunice work S-,1 each clover Jr. season.and this Mack yearJ. : ?Zf/tc;?;; ;, y ?; h :

Griffis used the : '
District's seeder '--". ;'
culti-packer. J. S. also used '
: enjoy a Camel anytime and ::,
fertilizer spreader to every time. So, if you're smoking ;V. ', "'
fertilize and plant his oats. more these days but enjoying it less Pr :

The grain drill was used by Bill ..change to Camels. y
j I I Reddish to plant. Pensacola Bahia
t ,,y WE STOCK A coME lNEOF! GRotERTES and oats. Bill'Dukes to plant Blue 4 '

1 1 I II I Lupine for a cover crop in his

pecan grove and Wilton Conner..
to plant Bahia. and rye. .

Bill Hutton used the District'srotocycle + r
s 7. ? .cc,ca.wa7,Wmtao-8ia,I.C.
mower to cut down the '

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 A.M. TO 9 PJH. I Harvey used the rolling chopperto The best/obacco makes the bestsmoke//,

-cut-the growth, on his cropland

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