Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 10, 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
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Squeezed InCounty f Bradford County remained steadfast in the Democratic

COUNTY column by a 2&'to 1 ratio in Tuesday's General Election as

SURVEYOR Florida, for-the third consecutive time, gave its 10 electoral

BoardMoves "DRAFTED" votes to the Republican nominee. a rt
The Democratic team of Kennedy and Johnson for Presi-

;Merrill G. McMillan, Starke dent and Vice President scored 2,535 votes in Bradford
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surveyor, has a new Job-one against 1,131 for their Republican opponents, Nixon and
he didn't ask for. Lodge. '

Problem ; _Earliest Florida law [circa In spite of his reputed religious Demos Win : _
Space 1845] created the office of
handicap Kennedy polled more -
+2 e county: surveyor, and it must
be included 'on General) Election votes in Bradford than did Adlai GOP's ShowSurprising

The Bradford County Commis- ballots whether anyone Stevenson, the Democratic nomi-

1s sioners ended their regular meeting offers for the post or not. nee in 1956. He will become the

_" '_ 0 ..__.....__ __ ______._ 0.____.___________ Monday morning by instruct When ballots were 'tabulated first President of Roman Catholic -'- ;
ing Clerk Charles Darby to Invitean here Tuesday, it was ,_ _._
Sara Woodburn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'X. L. Woodburn and architect to the next meeting found that McMillan had 65 faith in the Nation's history. a;

BHS HomecomingQueen of 1960, sits In the heel 1 of Cindrella's shoe November 21 to discuss plans for write-in votes for county surveyor Voting Tuesday set a new rec- State "

BUS Queen) atop the queen' float h the homecoming parade last Friday .after- either renovating_ the present ; Harry Anthony %6. ord for General Election turnoutsin I Strength "Mr. Veep"
county courthouse or the possibility Lyndon B. Johnson
Johnny Ilagan 1, and Joe McDonald Bradford
aoon. Shown with the Queen are the members of her court (fromL County, with 3,846
to r.) Sandra Whitehead, Brenda Hinson and Kay Dennis. Thus of the erecting old a new building.problem 1. Only McMillan andAnthony ballots cast in the presidentialrace Fan-is Bryant Democratic
space ; are qualified for the ,, representing per cent of, :
. __ __...,..._..._>-_______q't ._. -.._""""""'- _.,..t....t af2" _i "-i tim\ *_-*' '''''''''''''. reared its head again for the first position. No one sought the the total 5,415 registration. Total Governor, will be Florida's next Favored Here,
t time since last summer, when the but a virtually un-
post and no name was printedon vote in 1956 was 3,584. known
George C. Peter-
issue was heatedly discussed.
" Commission Chairman H. A. the ballot. On the national front, Kennedywon sen, polled enough votes to get Race Track
McMillan said yesterdaythat 338 electoral votes to Nixon's Democratic leaders "all shookup" :
"Buddy" Bishop was the first to I ,
he the job is a,holdover froma 185. The popular vote presenteda over the looming prospect of ;
mention the subject saying
t ,xxr bygone era and is "virtually closer picture with Kennedy
a two-party state in the
believed it was time to take some -
meaningless" today. He said polling 33,163,334 to Nixon's 32, future. Equal Split
action toward providing adequate
facilities for county officials, even that a survey made by a coun- 852,795 near the final count. With the count in from lU41of -
ty surveyor is no better or On'the basis of virtually t ;
com- the state's 1,969 precincts( ,
though three of the five present
board members go out of office in more "official" than one made plete returns. Florida divided its Bryant had 804585 against 544.- "f Measnrelails s
1t by any other qualified .surveyor count 762,014 for Nixon and 580 for Petersen:

January. ,, 723,355 for Kennedy.The Although there are only 41
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). .v IIetsald he appreciated ,the only' Bradford precinct to registered Republicans in Brad- Bradford voters,heavily favored
65 yotes that gave him the unsought be carried by Nixon was Theressa ford County, Petersen polled 326 ConstiUstionai- Amendment No. 4
Fans Promised office, and messed he'daccept where the Republican nominee here; indicating that 285 Demo in 'Tuesday). balloting, but-as

the draft at least for got a one-vote margin over Ken- I crats crossed party lines to vote expected-feig.- county balloting
the time being.Cririshnas nedy. Strongest Democratic pre- for the Republican nominee even killed the proposal to give con-

lf 9 ii w* a xr Top Teams For clnct.wag Brooker.where the.Ken-.I''in a state race. Bryant was the stitutional status to equal divi-
!f : > Chorus nedy-Nixon ratio was '1.to. 1. ,heavy favorite, however rackingup sion of race track funds. The vote'
I .In spite 'of the oversize ballot :13.003 votes in Bradford's eight here was 1,712 for, and 314

ChfltyP4IWJ To Be:.Sponsored j and the 'fact that there were precincts. again.- t;
i 'i3 w-F. : : J I more contested races to count In other state races, Bradford Defeat of the.' amendment does
By Methodists I than.usual in .General: Election. gave.2,827 to Democratic nominee not mean that present equal divi-'
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With Queen Contest and a '=>*>baS S.-- :"- i poll i worker guBradiprit's: ; ,j hop.i:Tom -Adams for, Secretary- Ion''ofjfacinc i fund4 wills ncccs-
'M-fi \ I A Community 'Churns.iis,being ping; ?rec1rd'*2 INorto ,atart}. :State;; and'320( for his Republican early b>>.4i ] I

: set.giveaway, to_ proyide adlitkraitF -!sponsored":by- the- ; choir;. .of, the. where Lfiiff- .,allots. '>";wet I.w!!,.\t, i limning mate, Percy v7. :Thmn -. meat u.l"ltlut; eve 1iI
interest. plans for the J kM ::;t.i..r:. :;: v eriled.pslb!; dt
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+ .. Fist:-Methodist:Cfcurcji: offtj-tbis, ,, .. ;"' ton ? : :
t.Ir. annual. : IDiks. si&nsoreifi', Str&wberry, tf-P1 '< of c presenting f. i >t V a prom-: 5 .. > .4or. \o- ''"Stale Treasurer :%;::EdW1D"W.?Ita1n t "id th'' ffie

Bowl charity football-.game hereOn purpose. .. I I' .Lawteyfwas.th.e last precinct: i sen polled. 2,484 in Bradford, .to slop formuii'by"writing jt into
music the Sunday -
r: Dec. .3.are striding forward.. C-Christmas a w ; on I reportdelivering its ballot' box 282 :for .Republican. candidate the constitution.
: Julian E. McRae; chairman of : before'Christmas. 'I|r to 'Supervisor of Regstration Charles:. Fischer. on.the basis-of incomplete state I'

the 1960 event said that results The first meeting will be heldat Marian 1,. Crosby at 2:50: a. m. Attorney General Richard returns, the amendment was defeated -
of this weekend's high school l 3 p. m. .Sunday at the.,Methodist Prrsdential Vote Ervin- was favored with 2.819 319,110 236602. .

ii game will determine which teams Church, and all singers, of By Precincts Bradford ballots ,to 256 for Republican Contrary to usual procedure I
u will be eligible for a bowl invitation iny denomin&tion, ,are invited to Ken. Nix. -Carl v. Wisner: Jr. Bradford voters approved all proposed -

w I but assured the public thai attend. Lawtey 365 148 Thomas D. Bailey, State Superintendent amendments on the .ballot.
the 'two contestants would be .Miss Fr nces' Poe, BHS vocal N. Starke 1088 474 of Public Instruction No. I, authorizing- additional

"tops-. music, teacher, will direct the S. Starke 573 263 polled 2,786 in Bradford against JUdges for each 'of three district
These three pretty princesses, also forming a portion the Homecoming McRae said that in addttion.jo! ;!? choir and states that practice sessions Graham 37 14 300 for 'Republican Gilbert P. courts of appeal,'was favored hereby

I' Queen's court, are (from 1 1. to.r.) Gayle Andrews, llth grade; the two handsome, trophies for the will jse scheduled so they Hampton 126 68 Richardson.Ed B vote of 955 to'387, arid likewise

\I And Her Court t J a'I1'Douglas, 10th, and Barbara Kirkland, 9th. winner and runner- p team this I will not. interfere with regular Theresa 88 87 II I.. Mason Florida Railroad approved 'tat w1de. .
I year two 17-Jewel watches will choir practices of the various New River 46 10 & Public Utilities Commissioner, No. 2;permitting servicemen to
Haydon Burns Homecoming SuccessTornadoes be awarded-one to the best churches. Brooker 139 16 netted 2.743 Bradford ballots a- register to vote by- mafl white
Mayor lineman, and one to the best I Absentees 75 51 gainst 270 for Republican chal- stationed out of the country, was

To Speak At I.-. I back. These players will be select- tow : --- -- lenger Victor A. Rule. approved by Bradford voters 1-
td by four area 'co ches invited Cost Housing Total 2535 1131 Statewide, all Democratic nom 081 to .242, and also passed state

C of C Meeting Trounce here for that purpose. The trophies inees were elected to the cabinet, wide.No.

and watches will be on display DCT Coordinator as usual, but their Republican opponents 3, providing Legislative con-
Members and friends of the > several weeks prior to the StirveyRequested showed surprising trol over the State Game and

Starke-Bradford County Chamber 1 game; in the window of Williams Speaks At RotaryM. strength by polling more than 35 Fresh "Water Fish Commission's

of 'Commerce will gather at 7 p.l| Weak Pirates 28 0 Jewelry.On her cent of the vote cast in each budget, was approved 897 to 486

m. tonight (Thursdayin) the behalf of the lodge membership Of)f City Council DCT. A.(Diversified Payne, one of Cooperative the two race. The fact that they accom- in Bradford but turned down by

Starke Elementary School cafe- McRae expresed appre- plished this, against well-known I voters in state balloting.
torium for the organization's annual Starke's powerful Tornadoes scored within five plays ciation to all those who have Training) coordinators of Brad- incumbents with the expenditureof Nos. 5 and 6, permitting civil

banquet. from scrimmage in their homecoming tilt against the Fer- contributed in any way to the Directors of the Starke-Brad- ford High School gave an inter- very little money, is regardedas trials to'be held outside the

Guest speaker will be Mayor nandina Beach Pirates last Friday night and then waited support of the bowl events in ford County Chamber of Com- esting discussion of the the programand Rotary an omen of growing: Republican county seats in certain Florida
benefits at :
Hayden Bums of Jacksonville who three quarters to add three more TD's to romp to a' 28-0 Starke. McRae said that J. D. merce voted Monday to request its strength in Florida. counties were approved by .Brad
"Communism Democracy Doyle. chairman of program ad- the Starke City Council to proceed Club Wednesday.Payne ford voters and also approved
will discuss vs victory.
said the 41 students [Continued On Six
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,,*' giving some of the experiences The Pirates were the Tornadoes' sixth consecutive vic- vertising, and his committee with steps necessaryfor obtaining engaged in the program earned\ statewide.
done an outstanding Job in selling .
and observations of his tims against one tie with Macclenny in the first game of the a survey visit to Russia several months space in this year's program.. the.need or lack of need of low
the school
season. I The committee is still taking ads, I during
I income housing in the commun- -
ago.T. the Coach Lennard Register's boys i contest, but neither could 'they MaRae said, and anyone wishingto ty: term, besides receiving valuable I CAMERAMA I
H. Slade, chairman of
:amass the necessary punch to training for possible future Jobs.' ,
wasted time in be in the
door prize committee, announces .no livening up represented program In discussing: the matter it was
students at-
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that a number of valuable'awards .homecoming festivities as they may contact a member of the pointed that much groundwork program
got right to work with halfback i Pirates were forced lodge. tend regular .classes during
will be distributed 'among those bas already been done by the City
I to kick five times in the morning and work four hours I
the banquet Colored Richard Duggar returning the first Jerome Johns chairman of advance toward a low income housing
attending .Pirate's kick off 18 yards to the :half while the Tornadoes had to sales, reports that tickets during the afternoon with coop-
slides, depicting some of the;.major project for Starke ,but !
projects of the Chamber dur Starke 38 yard marker. On the boot out of trouble only twice. have been distributed to several hat further steps cannot be erating employers.
.I first from scrimmage And the yards from scrimmage merchants in 'and to an Payne said that the program, I
ing the past year will be shown Local\ boys' play Starke taken until the City. Council _.:
i halfback Johnny DeVore hit were in about the same ratio'with Elk members. now in its fourth year at BHS, Ii
of the passes a resolution authorizing
as ,a highlight program.
Tickets for the banquet are $2 I the line for two unimpressiveyards the local team gaining 360 total McRae expressed thanks to all the creation of a local Housing was helping keep young peoplein } A= i
plate and be obtained at for what appeared be a |yards to the Pirates' 60. chairmen and their committee Authority. the community after gradua- !
per may
the. door. .; routine start for things. Slamming Sam Gardner, members who have given so gen- After the resolution is passed tion by finding suitable employ- iI ?
But then on the second play Starke's 195 pound senior fullback erously of their time and effort. the procedure is for the Mayor to ment for them. ? r
-, .. from scrimmage Starke's slam- who ran with amazing strength The Strawberry Bowl has appoint the five-member Authority The program was in charge of
ming senior fullback, Sam Gard- all night long, led .the offensive grown to be the largest charity subject to approval by Coun Robert Barksdale. _
HEAR ner, a small tornado himself, effort for the Tornadoes with :117 event sponsored regularly by an cil. The Authority then applies to iT4 ia I II I

slashed off his right end tackle yards gained in 16 tries. Halfback organization in this.area. Through the Housing &; Home Finance I' Terwillegar_ Elected I II It

Mayor Burns and chugged 60 yards to the_Richard Duggar also a stalwart this activity, Starke Lodge 1802 Agency for a survey of the com-J C of C ChairmanClyde f II I
of Fernandina 10 yard stripe before.on offense came in second witha derives funds for its program of munity to determine the need. On :

Jacksonvilleat being dragged down. On the third total of 94 yards in 14 carries. charitable work. the basis of this survey, the Terwillegar of Terwille # I
play from scrimmage Duggar Though they could gain yard "Every penny from this game agency then determines bowmany gar Motor Co. was elected president -
punched out five more yards to age almost at will, the Tornadoes goes to' charity including Christ units are needed. and can of the Starke-Bradford
Annual C of C get his hard charging teammates waited until the final period before mas 'baskets for needy* families be.buflt. County Chamber of Commerce at

down.to the Pirate four yard line.I staging their second major of Bradford County, a Christmas It was also pointed out that a meeting of directors held here
', BanquetStarke Then on the fourth play of the drive of the night With ball on i party for the kids,,' flowers for fast action is needed since Monday. S. L. Peek Jr. was !
: young ball game Gardner went to the Starke 48 yard line, the Tornadoes the sick, and food for destitute,: Starke's "workable program" for elected vice president I
Elemeqtary work again and punched up the\ recovered a fumble as the families: McRae said. In addition comprehensive planning neces- Officers re-elected were Mrs. II

.. Cafetorium ._: middle for three yards to the Pirates were attemntinsf to n muck to these local charities 'the remainder sary step to obtaining tow income Junius M. Smith treasurer, and :a- s )7r I
Thurs. Nov. lp; Pirate one. Then on the fifth kick out of a third down and' 19 of bowl profits goes toward housing-will expire next February Robert McIntire, secretary.New .

: 7:00 P.M.-' play from scrimmage Gardner yardS-to-go'situation. the support of the Harry ,-necessitating the,re-doing of directors meeting with !i iI
--- a slammed across fora 6-0 Tornado Starke'took over on its own, 49 Anna Crippled Children's Homein a..great amount of: work if it is the board Monday included J. H. I
This Space lead to give them a command of yard line where Tornado quarter- Umatilla McRae pointed out. allowed, to lapse DuPre and Jerome, Johns. I!
Contribqted the game which they never re- back Irwin _Martin, ,displaying The contest for StrawberryBowl The Chamber of Commerce ac- II I
Weekly to Publicize linquished. Martin's kick for the tricky ball handling and shifting. Queen Is' "being .sponsored tion requested City .Council to Former Resident I
extra point was blocked by Pirate' the ball around the backfield. led by the Junior Woman's Club. proceed with the, steps necessaryfor
> Community Events by As traditional as pompkia pie at Thanksgiving, tUb Homecoming -
center Tom Bailey. his team to the Fernandina one wnflr the Bradford High School :having-a survey made to determine Wins JudgeshipThomas
The Long Walt foot marker .in 11 plays [from PTA is arranging to give away a : the feasibility of the project Queen crowning ceremony was the highlight of lad r
rHECOMMUNlTYSTATE After the' Tornadoes' booming scrimmage. hl-fl set to some person at the -, Julian. Collins formerly week's festivities: at BHS. 1959 Queen Ruby Lee Johnson, with

start the remainder of the ball But here the Femandina, defenders game. '" ,'1bsvna.1n the area _now m the of Brooter and now living in itudkd intentne&s: places: shimmering rhinestone crown oa tie i
BANK game up until the final period, bowed their backs and "We want the public to know. process of obtaininglow income St. Petersburg.' won the Judgeship carefully coiffed brunette lock of smiling 1960 Queea Sara E
OF STARKE could be termed "the long waif dug in to stop 4he Tornado drive[ that we sincerely appreciate y- Units.include,Lake Butler Jasper of the 6th judicial Circuit Woodburn.
by Starke The Tornadoes never on the spot'and the Pirates took helping our- worthy-cause," YcRae Macclcnny and, Femandina.. i [PineQas and Pasco Counties] on ,
relinquished command of the [Continued. "onlPage"51: declared the Republican ticket.

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"- 't J''r Mrs. Grace Tracy of Plant City Pearson Cox and Miss Margaret I ..Y..TYYY.TT..1 Mayor M. L. Watterson, Clerk1; } Andrews, Ind. are visiting here son have moved into the Claude!

will be the weekend guest of Mr. Kienzle of U. of F spent the week- W. H.: Maxwell, Marshal Phillips. this week with Mr. and Mrs. Joe May house east of town recently

of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rosenbergand end with Mrs. E. L. Cox after HAMPTON Council chairman' C. R,'Cox; and tl ForsyUie., The Greens plan to vacated by.the Leon Sauls fanri-j

0 Miss Della Rosenberg and the Gator'Bowlgame., G. P. Wadsworth-- D. E. Hill Dan spend the winter months in Florida ly.

will attend the U. of F. Home- Dr. H. G. Bpniriger: attended 4' Joh 1Oft.and Marklee. Norman I visiting here and with other G. J. Michaels ,of KylertownPa. .
By3'3irs. ,E. Hilliola.iy.iu..ui..aaA. .
coming. the State Chiropraclj it Q\Convention .:.,. councQmen. relatives in the state : was a weekend guest at thi

Flower Seed for Fall and Winter in Hollywood last Thursday :to Personal Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Allen and borne of Mr. ,and Mrs;; E:; D. Al..

planting at Slslrunk's. ', Saturday. e't ; :z-sr+ t4 ** 'ti *.' '* .4 ,14 iMnu-MiltcnxMosher: entertained; twd, daughters Cindy-'and Wendy, len:last week near Hampton.Mr. .

Mrs. George Flynn, Sr. will Jan Mundorff left Friday for Billie Varnes'Mark at Stanley, party at her home of Paiatka were visitors i. here and Mrs. George Williams'

..... enter Tampa General Hospital in I Houston, Texas to'attend the .Their Golden A nnhersaryMr. on Tuesday-iufternoon last week. Sunday with Mr..,ana,Mrs V. J-'' Howell Williams and Hilda War.-

L Tampa on Monday for ear sur-,I Benz :Floral Desjgn School for two ::. and Mrs. W. N. (Billie) Refreshments of cookies cake and Slade. ', ten drove to Crescent City a
I *Mr\ and Mrs. Charles Durkee I I Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns I[ week. :Varoea.of Hampton marked :their soft .drinks":>were served to the Mrs and Mrs M. M. Matchetti I DeLeon Springs Sunday

and daughter Sheila, of Charleston .I' returned last Friday' from a I gery.Mr.. and Mrs. D_, P. Orr of North I I Deputy Sheriff and Mrs.. James .golden; wedding anniversary Sun- !)'Vo'011\eft"present. drove to Hollister and Johnson*

S. C. will spend the weekend week's cruise'with the 'Florida I I Branch' Mich. were overnight K Hamilton and family have purchased day' with open house when approximately -I Q(}.Ir;f and Mr&. Eddie Dobson and'|: Station to visit relatives Sunday .t.t

with! her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Automobile Dealers Association guests of their cousin Mrs. C.1 the Benedict Finzer homeat 75 of their friends childrenwere' : ,' ',weekend guests i afternoon. Overnight visitor at I flU wiunr roorr to aDd

Carl Johns and will attend the to Jamaica and Haiti. Sen. Johns 1 I F. Ward while enroute to their 1215 Pratt street.' Thei{'FinI'ziers ,and relatives visited. last.*week of, his parents in Alai i the MatchettsFridaywere Mr.andi way you write. Qonvn
V. of F. Homecoming. I stopped off in Miami to attend.'[ winter home at Onecn. Fla. have moved, to Keystone. 'SIX bouquets of gladioli in gold diU&a I i Mrs Don Pearson of Gainesville. fed your favorite

the Legislative Children's Com-:I Rev.: W. S. McAIiley and son,I I Heights. i and coral decorated their h0n2.e"I ;Mr. and Mrs. D.. E. Hill and i Mr/ and Mrs. ,Irving Young ,and Fountain' *- lieu.L'APH... >.,. ...' '",'"

:., :,..- : : ,- mittee meeting on Saturday while Carl were overnight guests Monday I I Tuxedo,Feeds for horses cows, and several bouquets of dahlias.J I daughters ';Were overnight guests "

"" Mrs. Johns returned home. of Mrs. C. F. Ward while en- hogs and poultry: 'at, ,Sistrunk's.Mr. Punch! coffee and cake &.ere;t 1 st: weekend-with Mr. ,and Mrs.I < ,

mrenase any model ol Singer route to Gainesville: The McAli- and Mrs Steve, ,Simmons served to, the.guests. *:-I:rte ,!.;King and family, in Jacksonville -' ; DRESS, MAKING

Florida Sewing Machine *t Denmark leys have moved into their new and' daughter, Maurine, of 'Miami The three- ered cake. white" .e l "' .. .....;-. .. '. : ,,j(....
Furniture ('.o. tf home at 101 Pine Crest Dr., Do- were ,weekend' guests of Dr. frosted, was topped with a frosting ,Miss,Edna Dudley, Miss Myrtle ; p. '' <<'AND'REWEAVING: .
Mrs: Alice Anderson is in : Dudley and Miss ,Winifred
than, 'Ala.Kirsch and Mrs H. H..Adams nosegays of golden Dudley
Charleston, S. C. this week visit Drapery Rods at Starke Mr. "and, .frs. J. L. Dowling of rosebuds.: Two,sheet cakes, alongside 'of Newberry were Sunday .- .
ing Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Anderson Hardware' > Itehs Daytona. Beach were last Wednesday the tiered cake were trimmed afternoon visitors at the home, of : is l' ;\ r .. Y ,

Theatre and family. Mrs. A. F Sauls will return visitors of Mr., and.Mrs. Wes with 50 golden rosebuds for he 1rrs..Florrie B*i3 Brown and Mrs. < Moth ,Holes Burns Tears, '
Wilburt Wentling will returnto home Eva Birt s i. '.. I,' < '.' ,: f
'I the first of next week aftera ley Andrews.Mr. years of the; Varnes' married life. St. '
his home in Palmyra, Pa. on month's visit with her son-in- .- and ,Mrs. J. M- Vickers and I Mr- and*Mrs/ Varnes; both natives Henry: !Mosher son of Mr. and :! Mrs. Phipps. xWO4-6471'' \ 307 W.'. Lafayette'. Ii. 2Fi# '
Friday after a week's visit with law and daughter, Mr. and -Mrs.J. daughter,; Jean of Brunswick of Lake} Butler, were :married Mrs. Milton Mosher; was home ., *'i' 'j'l' ;; '

Sat. Nov. 12, 1960 \ his sister, Mrs. F. W, Graudon, W. Prather in Temple City, Ga, were }weekend guests of Mr.: November' 6,. 1910 in 'Lake 'from Ft. Benning, Ga. last, week. ._',. :,:.j t

BIG TRIPLE FEATURE end family. Calif. and Mrs S.:; G. Denmark. Janice Butler 4 ; :and have four children, end to1'! attend ')homecoming activities ,

PROGRAM FOR THE SAME Hallmark Christmas Cards on Mr. and Mrs. Ralph VonThornof Viclrers>was the guest of Phyllis!'all of whom were present. Suiulay.. at Bradford., County,High

.', display now at Bulllngton's. tfchg Ocala spent Sunday with1 Mr. Darby and Carolyn Vickers* 'was W. H Varnes of Ft. Pearce;' SchooL '

PRICE1st. Gene Shaw and Wayne Speer of I aad Mrs. T. C. Hill. Mrs. Van- visiting Kathy Struth. ; },IJ'sL ''Wade H., Hammond of Pa- ''Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hardy' and : TURKEY SHOOJt t

Feature the University of Georgia attend-\\I Thorn is Mr. Hill's nlecerI Mr. ,and, ,Mrs.; .J, P, Dill are latka; Mrs. Julian T. Carter and grandson,. formerly t>f Miami recently :, I <' HMIC *\. \ 9**.S CAN f....f. '," ,,

ed the Georgia-Florida Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Strick- visiting Mr, and :Mrs. Oscfar Hendrix ..1ir Clyde Wheeler of Jackson purchased the'' Douglas ", f'J I

spent the weekend with,Mrs. Frazier -1 I land of Lake City were Sunday in Statesboro, Ga. this week: I Hardy house in Hampton, and are J IG RANCH }
.. MARTiUWjSHilarious Shaw. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. F, W. Miss Dorothy Ross. Home Demonstration ville.Mr: and Mrs Varnes expressedtheir doing: extensive remodelling since i {-'..1HH t A -; F.\ t '. H I

Order Imprinted and Photo- Strickland. < ;Agent, attended the. appreciation of those; who they've moved in., : South of 'Starke on. Iltoay 100 .
Fun-Fest! \ graphic Christmas Cards now at Order Imprinted and Photo- National" Home DemonstrationAgents : i attended and for the many lovely ).{r. and Mrs. M. A. Wade and f f" *': ."tSaturday 1. > <> J
Bullington's. tfchg Association family have moved into house f
graphc Christmas Cards noV at meetingat gifts received. a '
r Ci8LS6AGSMOSIC&MI8TH! Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Andrewsand Bullington's. tfchg the Sherman. Hotel in Chicago, Council Di8C'a't'ies'1\eans'! m the highway east of Hampton ,., typw 12. < "

son Larry David, of Gainesville Mr and Mrs. Dewey Warren Nov 6-9. '!' -, Of Raising Revenue' ., owned by T., J. Alderman. They '

14 1It are moving to 606 Alton and sons of Glenville, Ga. spent Fertilizer' and Insecticides atSlstrunk's Main business at the Hampton were formerly residents of M iichi- : Starting at 12:30

Itfi Road Starke this week. _Mr. the weekend with her parents, I .. j '- City Council last week'was a discussion -,gan.Mr. 3 '
$ Andrews plans to open a drug Mr. and Mrs. J. S, Sappi' and of increasing revenue ,to and. Mrs. Jeff Green of" "
oiI store in the Winn-Dixie : .
oiIt I shoppingarea family. 4t The Tabernacle continue the present services, to -

soon. Doug and Jack Custer of Miami : i II> city citizens.A I I
; Kirsch Drapery Rods at Starke were !Saturday visitors of Sheriff The Bible School lesson for : special meeting next week onThursday ,

.1 I.1I.11! 1 Hardware. tfchg I and Mrs. P. D.' Reddish. children at the Gospel'Tabernacle ,' Nov. 17,. at 7:30 p. m.
II 3 3Iorb1e
i"! Mr. and Mrs Jimmy Gleaton Jimmy Reddish was in Lakeland each Sunday morning has,a wide will'be held to work out a definite ewr\te\ ;

,. of Tilton, Ga. were weekend : on business Monday and Tuesday: ippeal': The lesson last Sunday plan to increase funds to I ,. J ;
'I,II I guests of Mr, and Mrs. H. A. Mr. and,Mrs.,B. Haynes of Win- was' on the different names by' meet .current expenses. The city I ,

Bishop Jr. ter Haven are visiting his sister which Jesus called in the Bible. showed a ,deficit of $600 for the .- -
J I Mr. and Mrs. George Powell Mrs. Bertha Pearce, for several I The older group is studying 'the last fiscal year, and present :conditions i ,

r.'I of Newton, N. C. are spending days. Book of. Hebrews. All persons not will 'cause a continuing 1 i :
j ten days with Mrs. J. H. Fields. attending elsewhere are invited 'f
deficit. i <
Hallmark ,
Christmas :
V Mrs. Fields and guests, and Charlie on to join the group.. > j 'Brenda Lott and Frances Lott ,,(. : <
.. ._ ,. aw Powell of Starke in Cocoa display now at Bnllington's tfchg "I PRICES: StAS'Jtj' ED.
are Messages on the history of the I II I appeared before the council with 1 } ;
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mrs. H. B. Peyton is 'convl lei- ; :
t' 'petition I II : ;
home after I churches were' brought by the I ft requesting permission / ,
cing being a medical ? t ... .. x
Ford for several days. to use ,the city hall for' youth! ,-,": 'v f ,"k' .. .#'L7 1" 1; ..l.. >- 'a .m.Jf..if:
in Bradford
patient Hospital at
... Singer dewing Macnlne Needlesat County sponsor: the morning and events I ,.. ,

If! Denmark Furnlturif for the past two months. ing services. j I meetings Present for the meeting were i:I *.; j jt jt
Mrs. Rabb is convalescing I : I
Harry -
//I Mrs. C. C. Shepard of Lake City ....:.. Jj'l ._
at home after confinedin
was visiting Mrs. C. A. Knighton i
Riverside Hospital for medical I t
Tuesday. 1d hams Ow Bti8lrii s
V ,
treatment the past week. .
Mrs. Mae Jones and Ben Dowl- .
ing of Jacksonville were Sunday Miss Gayle Rowe of Jackson ; If, Ifs Glass We Have- It' r.: t a.a i

visitors of Mrs. W. E. Middleton. ville was ,visiting her parents. r: CALL.wRm;,or' VISIT: :

New Flower and Garden Seed Mr; and Mrs Robert Green, ;over i
( AWPuemount
for Fall and Winter at Sbtrunk's. the weekend. b Peters Glass Ca iI f9
PreeenbDDII Seed Oats and at Sistrunk's. Joe x
Rye -
jrjRs turned Cot and Monday Mrs.from T. T.three Long weeks re- ; !4)) I '

: visit with friends and relativesin ,Mr, and Airs W. B. Haynes of :FOR ANY GLASS, $BED -

Wilmington. Dela. and Albany Fitzgerald Ga. were weekend I We .Design Modern Store, I Front :tom 1

|! and Fort Benning, Ga.I guests of ,Mrs. Bertha Pearcei and Just, Mall US' A Pattern for: -

I Mrs C. ,A. Knight returned attended the Methodist homecoming .. T'abf.! ToPs :

.]v i I Sunday from a month's' visit in '.on .Sunday. '.. > : 1313 Nw; : 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. '..Phone FH.. 2-4553" I { j .ci +:rs i !

Los Angeles, Calif with }fi. and / Miss Barbara Colley R. N, ..or: '. -- t %_- .

Mrs. Dale Van Sickle and Mr. and Gainesville is nursing her grand .t

.r.a.. 'Mrs. J. W. Prather., motner, Mrs. Laura Colley, /iwho .t

3rd. FeatureGOD'S (; Order Imprinted and Photographic suffered a serious stroke Monday i SHOP, and D I I Former[' List< .
Christmas Cards now at afternoon.Mrs. SAVE* the ER NC r > >- rr ''i isf '

BulUngionX |r tfchg J. R. Kite and Mrs. Claude Price \ \ ,

COUNTRY Miss Linda Kay Sale and Miss Johns ,will spend the weekend T v r I .
Carolyn Caruso of FSU spent the West Palm Beach. Mrs. Kite .will $.12&;48(1 :T Newl-! ;

SUN., MON., TUES j weekend with Mr, and Mrs. Guy visit Mr, and Mrs. Jake Kite Cash 't.! r BMITH'CBRQHApntaHa '
Sale while Mrs. Johns will visit Mr WAYNE'I SUPERErT- ,
Nov. 13 14 15TO
and Mrs. Al
Misses ,Patsy Nichols; Brenda Rogers. ; STERLING
Lewis, and Jean Mundy of FSU Order Imprinted and Photo u ak : -

were home for, the weekend. graphe Christmas Cards now at Owned and Operated by Wayne Douglas and Ceci ha. .. ,. HSs a I *ar. COT m.Kf. .B. fmwdtar f... .
L..AST Misses Harriet Powell and Betty Bullington's. tfcht Douglas, .I'i>rmerJyfanager"of'Suwium'ee' Store turn .. LOW COST peahen fr **i H. Moita ....
I I Jean Schmidt of Florid 671 W. Madison ,' Phone'WO 4.9231 Grate tar T SadiMMiM+e s..*...-. lyptwrffcr'tC 1yp
Wayne Edwards of Alexandria, ,
CHANCE ;, w '.u..til4" a.the uJMWefk eut ed.nssttsrls, t
SEE f Southern College in Lakeland I Va. was home for the 'weekend. We Reserve The Right ToLimit': Quantity M ... SM k.Try ik YM( fM.,r w..l et fadte9i '
were home, for the weekend. I Mrs. Effie Johns and Mr. and fI '

I i Replace your old tewrnr machine i Mrs. Freeman Johns had as week RIB ANDBRISKET I ,, '. .'. :" ," r. ,

1 I belt. with a new Sinter Belt' end guests Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth, ST l"' 29'- I i 1 ,
from Denmark Furniture Co. tf Frank and Harold : I '
Mrs. Smithof ;
L 1'I Mr. and Mrs. W. J, Olivenbaum ar !
i. !% Lakeland. and Mrs. Henry c } _
|I and Miss Markleyann Johns of Carter pf MaxviHe, -They had as GRADE A 0 n) 94'c O'Plus Tax

I ,Orlando were weekend guests of Sunday supper guests, G. W. "" lb i 1J i
Sen. and Mrs. Johns.
,I Charley Baisden and Mrs. Martha Holli- FRYE'RS' ; ,.. b .29' _: ,
,oil :- Mr. and :Mrs. David Lawson of day of Jacksonville. ,. .
It ""
11 bc\Ull '" It J L Auburndale spent the weekend Parakeets, goldfish and pet sup- ', .
with their parents. Mr and Mrs: plies at SMrunk's.

'( andmm> Claude ,Cogdill anl Mr. and Mrs' Mr. and Mrs.. Gerard Dillard of. > % 39.c \
M. L. Lawson. Eustis were weekend ,guests of i\\ -+ "' The Portable with big office-size typewriter features Full size
Mr. and Mrs. W. Hal Hand will
lEUUUfS1IEtB tElliws Mr. and Mrs. Merritt -
Williams. .
. '
,IfSIp vtftgi turn- BtagnaEflaa-ftan nwt !w .r!wet- spend the weekend with her parents Mrs. F. W, Strickland and children FIRST CUTS .

....-......-.......-.....-a. -... --.-......-------.... Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Andersonin visited Mrs. J. G? Moyer and 1 Ib. ,, standard* :.keyboard* : Page* Gauge" Touch' Selector._ Tabulator
r- -.. --, ---- 29"; > *-
Plant "
--1EIIIitaII" City. family' in Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. SMCKEPj' MQN *". .
Extra Bobbins
save time Stock and Mrs. James Sullivanand }
Cartoon: Mice l Follies !''ip with Singer Bobbins at DenMark '
in ._ .
family were Mayo over FRESH GROUND ..' '
Furniture Co. tf the. weekend Mr and
visiting .
WED. THURS.,' FRI. Mrs. W., H. Sullivan. HAMBURGER lb 49c x.t

Nov. 16, 17, 18 Misses Mary Katherine Wain- r. .. *( ,f i ., .**fOUR t t '
chon of FSU will ,be visiting the t
r' J. R. Wainwrights over the week
i '..
: '
I end, SHOULDERS/whQl .lb./ 49c

I I Have A Sid Shuford has been confined : SMITH CORONA
I in > :\ 't- .
Baptist Memorial Hospital theI It;:>.J' ;

HEARING I past week for observation- and LARGE ROE .- -- "" ... 1 I I

CROWDEDDAM treatment. MULLET FISH 1b.. 25c ,Brand, ,
PROBLEM I Mrs. Charles Sawyer and daugii4 .. t "' .; '1/.J' $45O
IIV+ ter Suzanne of.Jacksonville Beach pper ,
RHOND JUMBO SHRIMp tb 89c:' N' ew' '
e 1Des spent the first of the week with .
ft. i .
ANDREWS\ 'REMiNfi I .. '''', ".;. .
EFROI JOHN ANNE ter parents, Mr.. and Mrs T. 'H. ;) SAME FULL SIZE PORTABLE, i iI

I the .
Among those who attended
KEnAII( TROY" P19IIIedby' caD be harmful. Hear l" & 1
AItNU MOL : Gator Bowl 'game! last Saturday u. S. NO.l..1 ..
DONAHUE ... egaia with tiny Maico Hear- I j
Chastain .
fag Aids. Concealed in bow were Sue Jerry Wfl-- POTATOES' to Ibs' .39c ) -
hams, Mr. ,and Mrs. T. C. Chas- I
Cartoon: Disguise the Limit of glasses, behind ear, or in tain and son, Tommy Mr. 'and C ELERY firm Stalks each 13e
f fear.Writ for FREE Booklet sg
; Mrs. Jim '.Chasteen and son/,? .. H+ NC. OJ AUF FCTIE i I M.E
in.' < '
i cutop ; PURPL'E L.a, HI
The Saturday :Morning Free 'I Roy Mrs. Del Colley, Jim Ritch TIPSe ROWDER. : I : t

Shows Will Be DiscontinuedUntil : WICselaayorb Q I:Mr. and Mrs. Norman Willis 'Mr. GREENPEASi 'l lb. 121.2Q t i ? \ 7 .-t. '} t i
After The Christmas r: 4 and Mrs Vernofc Silcox ''Mr and : 1 .

Holidays Mrs. J. M. Vickers Mr and.Mrs.: QUAKER Self-RlSUtg ", > .. ,- a... ... t -
Mr. R. C. Paulk :
S. G. Denmark, Mr. and Mrs. "
We Extend Our Deepest Appreciation j Hearing; Aid Consultant from Janiua Smith, Mr. and Mrs. rH. FLOUR j '. r'. 5 Iba. ', 391LAGLER -
: .
To The MerchantsFor !' Bishop,. Ji% Mr. and,'Mrs. Bill < .
Their Wonderful LONG ;. GRAINR'TC' ... ,' Other Portables -
Cooper- As
Maico Service Gra Low As 78.49.
ation In Making These Free|j Hearing IA. ,: Mr.and 'Mrs.Bill < : s. plus tax
E 40 ,29
Shows Possible And 1 Am | 319 Professional' Bldg. ;; Mr.and Mrs. Wayne Haines o zs. */ *M f- t,' IBPFORD
I Sen and, Mrs --Johnsv Dt.
i : ; Charley : .... i
Sure That All Of The Chil-! Jacksonil1ei1a.. will be in, 1 1 and Mrs. J. E. Denmark Mr. :and IAX'\ELL HOUSE, With.$3.00YOrder.COFFEE : I, f( ', ,
dren Who Shows Attended These Also| : Starke Tuesday Nov 13th b A.. Mrs. 'Mac McGri'fft'Mr- and Mrs.' f : .1.lb,, bag- : 9hOUi12TRI ; '"
Morning Are X. U. Wraith, Mr. and Mrs J. Ir
Very Grateful |I M. to I P. M. at KOCH'S DRUGSTORE A. .. 1.. ., if
Thomas Jr. Delano Thomas; KIST \
hearIng '-- i COUIY
Come in for ar free > 1'ijWGRAPH
We Hope To Continue These,,1 Jimmy Reddish and Mr. and Mrs. PEAS30 :
3cans 2 for 25 ,
: i test and demonstration. No Jimmy Rowe. ..
The, First Of The New Year "
obligation. A wonderful'ciristfiaasTlIft. Pvt. Randall, Davis of Fort J.
1961 = .' SOUTHERN YAM t Y > Remington qnd5n/f/iCoronq ea ensk
) Jackson S C. will be home f or .
...--- '. --- 't the weekend. *. SWEET POTAt2 1-2 can' (2Sc .' -
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., r n. '1 ":'" : ",;\- ..: J"" : duty, -fleet. I Two Local Men 1

4 .. Army Specialist Luis F.
; I
Enlist In
\ Hernandez. son of Mr. and Mrs. Army

Clarence R. Howe of Starke, re-
By Mrs. C. B. >Nolan
cently arrived in Germany and is} Two Bradford County young ia

.AAAAAAAAAAA A.'SAA4. .., i now a member of the 2nd Evacuation -j I II men enlisted last week for direct

I Hospital in Bad Kruznach f; assignments in the Regular Army! i nmd

'. i A em'Vf:! young people enjoyed !<.Hernandez re-entered the Army, and are taking basic training at

Gladys )Moot a a hayride and weiner roast!'j!in February 1960 ani was last Fort Jackson, S. C.

.- last.Friday. night. Doss' Hisginbotham stationed at Fort Bragg, N. C.|, William (Tommy) Carter: son

Mrs. Harold Norman Delta Kappa Gamma .,. Mrs. Dorothy, -Kilgore.. '. Before entering the service he attended -i of Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Carter of ;I
; the University of Florida. Lawtey, enlisted through the
--ii I
Given.Shower, By Meeting HeldThe and Mr- ana| Mrs. Buddy Brai .a Graduate Specialists program for I

shaw chaperoned- the group. j'I Charles R. Noegel, son of Mr. high school graduates. A 1960

Courthouse; Staff Alpha Nu-chapter of Delta { =: Mr and Mrs. 1 Sidney Harris j I and Mrs! Joe Noegel of Starke, f jI j graduate of BHS,' Tommy' Shop EarlyAND

Mrs. Richard Carter and Mrs. Kappa Gamma met at the homeof and daughter Edith, Mrs. Joe I I i enlisted in the U. S. Marine Corps +. selected the 10 weeks basic electronics -

Mrs. Rhoda Williams in Green Padgett and Mrs-' 0059 ''Higgin- en Oct 10 and is now undergoingboot ; course at Fort Monmouth .

stork Giorge shower Shuford and gave luncheon'a surprise Mon Cove Springs last Friday evening. .t botham and daughter" Shirley, training at Parris Island, S. N. J. After basic he will enter L ti

Assessor's'Off1 Miss Martha Rogers of Green spent last Saturday. in Jackson C. He is a' graduate of BHS and I the initial electronics school se- !

day noon in the Tax Cove Springs presided over the Senior Team Junior Team ville.The attended the University of Flori- lected. From basic electronics .
lunch hour honoring -
e during meeting following a delicious buf- ,Intermediate, boys Training he will enter For :
da ,before enlisting In the Ma- a special course
:Mrs.Harold, Norman. Bradford HonorsIn Union class'of the Long'Branch SAVE" .
Included the fet supper. Mrs. Williams intro- 4-H. Girls Take rines. His address is: Pvt. Charles vocational training on a parti-
The 15 guests duced the guest speaker James Baptist Church enjoyed a party ,
court house R. Noegel, 1934721, Pit. 294L" cular guidance or repair system
of the
and clerical county staff agent's offices. Sandwiches O. Eddy, finance officer and assistant North Florida Fair ContestBradford down night. at Black -Creek Saturday Co. 2nd R. T. Bn. M. C. R. used on guided missiles and rock-

: superintendent of Clay D., Parris Island, S. C. AT ,
Coca-Cola's, chips
potato County schools, who discussed t Mrs. Dorothy Waters entertained ets.The Army's Corps of Engineerswas

and nuts were served. County.school budgets. Mrs. Pauline County 4-H Girls Cheryl Shealy, Carolyn Chilson with a fish fry at her home lastFriday the enlistment choice of
'The honoree received many carried off four of the six.awards and Thelma Knight.
Brown of Alpha chapter of night. honoring her son I Bradford ExhibitsAt Morris Edward Greene, son of
lovely and useful gifts. Jacksonville was a visitor.' given in the Home Show Judging The junior. team {IKathy ,Rho- Jack on his birthday; Mr. and Mrs. William G. 'Green BULLINGTON'S
Contest at the North Florida Fair den Kathy Jones, Karen Lee,
Plans were made for a joint Mr. and Mrs. N. L Cannon and who lives near 'Hampton. Morris

Mann Fiance Feted meeting ,with the Nu chapter. in in Tallahassee last Saturday. I and Margaret Ann Lovelll). placed family enjoYed Sunday dinner Jax FairBradford I graduated from Ketterlinus High
Decemb r'in Lake City. Classes in the judging contest second, receiving $16 in cash, and with Mrs. Cannon's parents Mr. I
School in St. Augustine and prior
At. Wedding Party I
Three Starke members were a- were: dressed poultry beef cuts red ribbons. I I and Mrs. I, A. Bernstein in Jack- to attended
identification, fabric selection for Linda Cox placed first. for, the sonville. ,enlistment a com-
the 18 attending this meet- ; I
Mrs.. Gertrude Hoffmeister and mong Cpunty is well rep- mercial drafting school in Atlanta. .
school. skirts, room arrangement,high scoring individual and was Several'of the members of the t
Mrs. Willie Mae Denton entertain- resented at the Greater Jacksonville Through the Army Engineershe
and selection of freezer packaging.j(presented $10 in 'cash and a silver 'I Baldwin Senior Class from Max- '
delightful 'Thursday Industrial and will continue his
ed.at a party AgriculturalFair engineering
evening ,of last week in the educational Ladies Council Holds materials :i. trophy.!,, Carolyn. Chilson. i ville had a very delightful time Nov 9-19 in the Gator Bowlat I I school in drafting and carto I
.The, senior team'placed first placed third and received $5- on the Senior hayride last Satur-
of the :Madison Jacksonville. 'The 15 graphy.
Monthly! MeetingMrs. and received $20. in cask 'a silver 1he girls were accompanied on day night. county's
Church honoringMrs. by 30 foot booth is Sgt. Buck Weaver, Army
Street. Baptist a cooperative recruiter -
the Mr. and Mrs. Johnny
trophy; and blue ribbons. Girlson trip by Mr, and Mrs. William Padgett
Hoffmeister's son Louis Eloise Cowen, president of this team were .Linda Cox, Greene and 'Miss Dorothy Ross. the arrival of project of the Agricultural Extension for Bradford County,
Mann,' and his fiance, Miss Janet announce a son Service, and the Stark states that during November most
the Ladies Council of the First born last Nov.. 5 in the
Johnson following their wedding Christian Church, presided at the Christmas Gift Ideas Pine Level, Group Bradford Saturday Co- Hospital in ,.Starke. Bradford County Chamber of of the 150'career group assignments -
rehearsal. Commerce. and over. 100 special school

Tie refreshment table was night monthly at the meeting church last Thursday Given Junior Women I Holds Hayride 'Michael The young man has been named I Featured in the exhibit are nay, courses will .be pen for qualified
covered with an imported lace I corn sweet potatoes tobacco, men and women.
cloth end,centered with a potted tile A report was.made on the.floor$: Mrs.. Paul Canova, Fine Arts; The Young people ol the Pine I sugar cane, pasture grasses, lawn The recruiter visits Starke on
installed in the Sunday Chairman,. presented an InterestIng Level Baptist Church held a hay-
sandwiches nuts the second and fourth
plant Punch; School nursery, and plans were I grasses, pecans, pumpkins, vege- Tuesdayseach
and, mints were served. made to send Christmas program on Christmas gift ride party last Saturday evening tables, home canned products, month from 10 a., m. to 2 p.

The 15 guests included membersof and cards to a a resident of gift the ideas at the Junior Woman's Club After a two-hour ride around : varied plants and ornamentals, m. at the Selective Service. office.

the wedding party. Florida Christian Home in Jack- meeting last Monday; night at the the Raiford loop they returned including a model nursery green I

sonville. club house. Each member participated to the home of Mr. and Mrs.. J. house filled with growing plants. SINGING CONVENTIONThe

1 The next Council meeting will in the program by mak- G. Jackson where 'a weiner roast SERVICE MEN Two panel boards are filled with

ing a'gift.. was enjoyed. < Bradford-Union
pictures of strawberries, Singing
be Christmas at the homeof vegetables I
a party
Prior to the program, Mrs. John Woodrow Thomas of Brooker Convention has been invited to
JS forestry livestock pasture,
Mrs. at 7:30 t 111STAMPS
Cower : p. mon Torode, president presided furnished the truck, and chap I
; over feed crops, pecan groves, wild participate in an all day service _
Dec. 5. Gifts will be exchanged. '
ct After the' business meeting the business meeting. The devotional eroning the 35 young. folk were life feed, water pond, and youth Sunday to honor the birthday of

was given by Mrs. Tom Mr. _and, Mrs., Owen _Alvarez, Jr. activities. the churches' pastor.
r666I' Mrs. Eunice Wilson conducted the I
devotional. Others Casey. Mrs. James; Rowe reportedon and Paul Faulkner, Sunday Tuesday, Nov. 15, has been I The celebration is also being,
taking part on
the program, were Mrs. Rosabelle progress of the StrawberryBowl School. superintendent. 4. 1 designated as Bradford County held to honor Mr. Lee on 1 hisfifthteenth I
Queen contest. Each member at the
Day fair. anniversary as pastorof
Tomlinson. Mrs. Maude Andrews, was given tickets to sell for House Given the church.
Mrs. Leona English, Mrs. Equilla Open Assisting in constructing the I
Roberts, and Mrs. Millie Fogg. the game.It For Baptist PastorAn exhibit wiRl County Agent G. T. _
recommended and
was pass-
Eighteen' members attended : Huggins were Robert McIntire, la County Judge's Court In And
J BIC ed that each club member give : I Chamber of Commerce executive F.r Bradford County, Florida.
: house and receptionfor ti j
to the Miami Clubsto open In Estate WITH
35c to be sent re: of Kick Viziropuloa
and M.
secretary Mr. and Mrs.
STARKE FLA. Mrs. Doyle Eubanks help with the expenses of the. the new pastor of the First deceased.
B. Jordan.
Church Rev.' Leo. A. Mr. Jordan is voca-_ Notice Of Filing Petition For
National Woman's Club conventiOn Baptist ,R I Final -Discharge' Of Administrator.
Given Stork Shower agriculture irvstcuctor at EVERY PURCHASE
fJebert. and his family, will be To All Whom It May Concern.: -
in June.
to be held in Miami
SUN.; HON., TUES Ni'Wal- the State Prison. The nursery Xoth-e Is hereby given that 1
NOV. 1S-11-15, Mrs Paul Canova, Mrs. Millie The following new members. held in the pastorium33 and ornamental plants represent have filed i')y final returns as ad-
received into the club Mrs. nut.Street, Sunday afternoon; .;4.tY s minifctraior of the estate of Nick OR
The Night Fighters Simmons; and Mrs. M.. L. Lawson were : one of the variety of projects included ViziropuloB. deceased; that 1 have idjf: f
entertained at a stork shower J.. E. Denmark Mrs- A. Q. Smith, Nov. 13, from'3'to 5'p.. m. in the prison's agricultural filed petition for final discharge,

Robert MUchura, Anne Heywood, Thursday night, Oct.-27, at the Mrs. James, W.. Shinner, Mrs.. .La-I I I Everyone is, cordially'invited to' teaching program: and Therein 1 will.\. Yawn apply, County to \he Honorable Judge of )| LAYAWAY "
Cyril ,Cusack: Andrews':Mrs. Bill Brown,I .', I Bradford Tuesday '
home of the latter honoring Mrs. von ; 1 ys Huggins states that it takes County Florida on
. .. Plus Color Cartoon Mrs.-Connie Clark, Mrs. .John D.Slmpsonr'Mrs.aRobert .I attend.. A v. at 10:00 A. M. of November 29.
Doyle Eubanks. the assistance of 1
a'great numberof
*. 1960 for approval of the same and
t I"vThewCouritry Girhn i iil' .. Shasta Ham. Mrs-: ,1 for final
daisies were--used in .) people to put,:up'a worthwhile dibt-harge{ as administratorof
Little Women'The the estate of SIck1liropulosI
IloldeQ attractive arrangements for, this Margaret Koch, Miss Olivia Lar- exhibit. Full '
Ring, Crosby, William ,. cooperation has been deceased. I
.. ,
5 Grace. Kelly delightful\ oce s on., The 24 guests tins, and Miss Barbara Ward. given by all persons called upon October 28. 1910.; ',
Little Kd-NlchoUa Maillis
Plus Color Cartoon enjoyed games with prizes duringthe The hostess! committee served new and by the Board of County Com- Nicholas ilalllisAdministrator
hold a' banquet honoring I'
- party: hoars. Sheet cake and refreshments during the social missioners, he said. of the Estate of

! WED., THURS. punch were,'served. hour. 'members at theirnext meetijigf _'_._'____._. ___n__._. ,_ "Such interest and assistanceis rFR9Ll'Nick Viziropulos, deceased.
Monday evening, Nov. 14, at 6:45: :'
NOV. 18-17 The honoree received he? many I Airman 2nd class Walter L. encouraging plays an im ss-n. n-t-ti I
o'clock in the club house. _._
'. STUDS LONIGAN lovely gifts in an attractively Annie Armstrong Mrs: J.' W. Kincaid 'senior Jennings, son of Dr. and Mrs. L. portant. role in the progress of|I --- -

(Christopher Knight Dick Foran decorated pink toy chest. Circle MeetsAnnie sponsor will be in charge of. .the H. Jennings of Starke, is stationed Bradford County," the County

; Venetla Stevenson, Jay C. Flippen program. with} the USAF Hospital at Agent declared,

GilbertMooreWedding Clark Air' Base in the Philippine II
GUNS GIRLS Armstrong Circle-of the Hostesses for. the evening- 'win

AnnouncedMr. First Baptist-Church.met at 7:30p. : be Kathy Struth.,. Janet, icl1Ols'l Islands,' as a medical material Methodist Church

And GANGSTERS ..m. Tuesday at the home, of the Kay-Hart and Mary specialist. He expects, to complete I i

STARRING, Mamie Van Doren and Mrs.. leader, Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Ten .1 .his duties there next March Schedule for week of Nov. 13:
t I Plus Color Cartoon ,, Gilbert members and three guests hearda I T,."'and should, arrive home a few Church School, 9:45: a m. I
of Chipley announce the wedding YWA MeetsThe .
discussion of the topic, "Women greeks!! after: that. Waiter's address Morning Worship, 11 a, m. Snack .

FRL, SAT. plans of their daughter, Glenda in Service," and were served : is:.,USA?' Hospitai,.-Clark' Air Supper for youth, 6 p. m Youth NI'H
Sue, to Mark Moore, Young-Women's Auxiliary IT'Snmmmi
Anthony son
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Base Islands, APO 74,
refreshments by the hostess. Philippine meetings 6:30 p. m. Youth Choir
of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey R. MooreOf of the Madison Street Baptist i
of RUTH Lottie Moon Circle, Mrs: W. S. San Francisco, Calif.t rehearsal 7 p. m. Evening Wor- e
Starke. Church met at the parsonage. 1'''
I Stuart ,Whitman:.: Tom Tryon, The ,wedding will take place at Haas leader, met in the recrea-j :Monday night for their regular! ship, 7:30 p. m. A nursery is pro- .
tion room' of the 'church with 13 : 2nd'Lt.. 'Rand Edelstein. .son of vided at both services. each SundaJr. -
Wood Viveca lindfors
Pen 4 p .JQ. Friday, Nov. 25, in the monthly meeting, with bits R.! '

Under Ten Flags First Baptist Church Chipley.No members"Witnessing"present.was A presented program: ,by on O. 'Dansby as counselor. the i:'o Mrs. "Gena Heights Christoffers, has completed of Keystone the- Tuesday WSCS Study MADE IT I FAMOUS/ '
After business '
invitations will be sent. All the 'meeting
Van: Heflln, Charles, Laughton Mrs. L. F.: Dinkins, Dfrs.., Randal eight-week officer orientationcourse Course 10 a. followed by a covered -
Plus Color Cartoon friends and relatives are invited and Mrs J. R. Chasteen. group sewed blankets for 'the at The Infantry School, dish luncheon at and
Chitty, ; IT BEST!
Bradford for
to the wedding and reception. County Hospital MAKES
._ QUAliTY
---- I Refreshments were served by Mrs. their project. Fort ,Denning, Gat The' 23-year-: business meeting afterward.

Anne Greene and Miss Dorothy old officer is'a 1955 graduate of Wednesday -Prayer Meeting,

Alvarez., Gainesville High School and a 7:30: p.'m.Thursday.

WSCS. Study Course. 1960 graduate" 'ot..the. u. S. Military Prayer Group in Fellowship -

M.ON.E Y U.DC. Academy at West Point. Hall, 9:30 a. m Chancel
MeetingThe The Methodist WSCS will-have N. Y. He 'entered the Army last Choir rehearsal. 7:30 p. m. ALL
a study course "One World, One June.
W T Weeks chapter, U. Mission," at their businessprQgram '. .
D. C. met Wednesday afternoon of .
WHEN meeting next Tuesday Leon Hall Signalman 2-c. U. There will be HEW
last week at the home of Mrs a working at San-
morning Nov. 15, starting "at 10 S. Navy. son of :Mr. and Mrs. ta Fe.Cemetery on Saturday Nov.
Lester Crews with Mrs W. F
Glenn cohostess.The o'clock, in Fellowship HalL Calvin Hall of Route 1, Starke, 12 All interested persons are asked :
YOU : A covered dish luncheon will be has returned to S n-Dlego, Calif to and
,, : : -' president Mrs. L. G- come bring mowers and 23'
*,-J .' T.: ; served at noon followed by the after a 'cruise':with 1h ". 7th Fleet other tools to work with and l j
committees for
: -- appointed
: .. .: : ',,' : regular business meeting. II: Ihe WesternPacific..His: ship help clean the cemetery before
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., of'" .. t coming year. Mrs L. A. Davis '
.' .. .. I was a unit of'the sk group that Thanksgiving.
> . NEED .'. i ''.- gave a report on.the State con- -Mrs. M.. L. Wat- TV

,.**r''';' _: :.' ',. ::. i,. vention held in Miami in October Births Announced escorted President- Eisenhower terson, treasurer. .. '.

.- ""H'< r' .. 1 Mrs. F. B. Beard historian, from ..Ma.nilaitO. Formosa during f ndia.-: ;.. ,
IT' SK-l and Mrs: Joe Neal Belche his;"Visits ta the'Far East'in June. CARD OF THANKSThe ieao .
< ;: > gave a historical program on"Let's' )' in fur. woos..4 .i
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: : of 'Norfolk Va. announ e'the .- kindness and sympathy of tx 282 sq is..of
: Perpetuate the Memory of ,
,' .. :" birth of .a daughter, Linda'Elaine. Fabe Jones, ;son of David C. neighbors and friends in my recent Dict ectoagdora' ... '
our Southern. People l
"' .Grandparents'-are, Mr.:.and'Mrs..A.' Jones, sod:Julius S. KowatcH, son sorrow will always remaina sea,
During the social hour the hos-
c.'eIcieorthetate Farr and of Mr. and Mrs. Julius 'Kowatch' precious
: : memory.-The beautiful i
Ojo tesses served a salad'course to the '
$.6QO 21 members present. Mr ,and .Mrs." J. G.' :;Caldwelf" of:.' of Route '1, Sferke, recentlycompleted flowers cards, and other expressions .,

Starke.. ._ :% .. i.-. '" ;l\-. -., recruit training :at the ,of sympathy were deeply
1';' : Naval,. Training"Center, ; GreatLakes appreciated and a source of much .

: For Any Worthwhile Purpose Presbyterian.Women Beta Sigma" EL, They are now ready comfort. Mrs. Rome J. Andrews., Fine Furniture Console

; THE DEVON Model F2740

,. Circle One of the: Presbyterian + Trim owdeni jtyUtNj ;in ot tine WoW NOTHING
TAXES Women of the Church met Tues- The ,Beta Sigma Plrt sorority v nee* end hardwood OKJI. Mahogany DOWN
with iMrs. will meet with1MrsHerberCRitch { .t veneers and hardwood solids or hoed\ Oakvencet
day morning pavidMontgomery. rr .
.c' UNPAID BILLS Mrs. R. V..Chapmanhad on E. Call street Mondayevenfiig. i 0 ; 3 and hardwood IQlids. (WITH TRADE

MEDICAL EXPENSES'REDUCE the ,program.. Nov. 14, at 8 o'clock. '? rt

v. CAR PAYMENTS ', Circle Two met with Mrs.. Alex FEWER SERVICE HEADACHES

.r t i CASH PURCHASES Yawn on Wednesday morning Nurses To Meet

ETC with Mrs. LiJIy."Cantrell1n.chamthe t 9 .9 tO with Zenith Handcrafted f Quality TV Chassis .'
Every chassis connection k cerefutfy tatti
of program. Bradford County_ Nurses will fi
wired, hand soldered. Components firmly
Circle three met Tuesday evening have their regular meeting Thurs-

.. at the home of ,Mrs. Henry day evening Nov 17, at 7:30 o'- First Quality Southern Pine fastened to a w ged metal bus.j .

Prompt Service With Green. Mrs. Tom Casey had the clock in the staff dining room of I ,

Bradford tal. _. ._. __ .
program. County Hosp : SPIB GRADE MARKEDDURAPINE -- < :JFJHIiT ?- -
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Delicious refreshments ,were ,_ 'c" .. -._ '" ,_ .. __ '_ ___ c_" "i _-'
Money Problems served by the hostesses. .during Recent Birth i

the social hour 20.000 volts of picture power Sunshine Pidvra T.b.

Mr. and Mrs. Billy Davis of I I ., New Zenith Target Turrot Tuner SpotSte Diet I C.e.

I Children's Committee Lawtey announce the birth 'of' a ". TREATED.', LUMBER-FENCE POSTS lens Picture Glass! "F CooW Power Transformer*
STOP IN OR.,CALL I, son; Arlen Randal on Nov. 3 at *Vf-i-w." 3-Stag: If amplifier Dust Tight Bonded Safety Gtes
I To MeetThe Doctors Hospital. fu .pusll on/of control Tone Control Kg 9's6'

Bradford County ChilI Bradford County Hospital announces ?

I dren's Committee will meet at the following births: :' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Choose + Performance! Dependability!

TOWN FINANCE C0.P6 Mr. and Mrs. Richard demons, .- .
noon Monday Nov. 14, In the
Starke. a son Victor Lamar, Nov.

Methodist recreation hall Guest 14. "Genera! Pole & Crossann Co. INKIER' ELECTRIC SERVICE

144 W. CALL ST. speaker will be Jane G- Whitehead Mr. and Mrs. William F. Pad- .

Special Service Department gett, Mazville., a son Michael
WO 4-9091 : Starke,. Fb. Northeast Florida Mental Hospital -I Stevens Nov. 5. Springside-St. Rd. 100 Palatka EA 8-1404 234 N. Temple Ave. StarkeFIaI'pc

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that they averaged. .around 24 Ibs. i!, Maude Dann, 75, i[I Thomas officiating Burial will'II Ga. on -Dec. 24, 1874. Her plot In Kingsley Lake Cemetery.

editorial 'H. follow in the family plot in the i I parents were the late J. R. and under the direction DeWitt C.
,This week Alice set out cedar! Dies After Illness I
: 1 Johnson :
under the direction
Ji. Cemetery {I Susan Perry Dominy.[ She wasa Jones Funeral Home of Starke.
r ._ _,' and chinaberry. trees that she' I of DeWitt C.. Jones Fu member of the First Baptist
Mrs. :Maude Chambers Dann. 75,
had raised and we are slowly getting r neral Home. Church "of Starke.
a variety of trees on our : of Melrose, died in the Bradford I Mrs. Dann is survived bher
f place. We won't be happy, though, I County Hospital Wednesday : : Surviving is one daughter :Mrs.
: America husband
e Has Turned James O. Dann of Melrose RUskin
Bertie : ,
. until we get a red bay started. morning following a brief ill !; I Morgan Fla.;. PHILLIP :
and says
I j one brother Charles j I
ness. 1 I I.four sons, Charley of Starke

: : 7oNe! w Leadership And she has been busy getting Mrs. Dann was born March 23,j i,Chambers o* Sanford: Fla- Gratton of Ft. Lauderdale R.M "I'm Open 6 Days Each
of Jacksonville, and Jamesi
n her tender plants from outside i "
Johnson, Fla Her parents & Every Week.
into the garden for "the 1 ilelton Mrs. Cooper, 85 i Martin of Mayport, Fla.; 11 I,
were the
The votes have been counted the have 'I room n4.j late : -and Lizzie
people spoken,
, kw* and another Presidential Election perhaps the hardest winter. One ''of her prizes is a Sacred -' .Ridaught Chambers. She had lived,,,,Passes Wednesday I great grandchildren grandchildren.and a number of i COURT
, ; lily which is coming into all her life in the Johnson
fought in U. S. history, is finished. Everyone, concemedot area i SHOE REPAIR
bloom now. until a few weeks ago when she I Mrs. Harriett Dominy Cooper! Funeral s'rviresill be held I
: rs and candidates alike-are doubtless glad to have it I i moved to Melrose. i 185, widow of the late Charley i from Jones Memorial Chapel at
yv er and done with. The charges and counter charges will j Ips beetles, are giving the pine : p Funeral services will be held 1!l i Nathaniel Cooper of Starke died'i} Starke Friday at 10 a. TO. with 1 126 North Court St.
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Soon be'forgotten land the American people can get on with j t trees around, our home a fit and from in a Starke convalescent home the Rev. Lacy Conway officiat Starke
''_, the Seri ps business of living, well have to get busy and spray I the Woodlawn Baptist i Wednesday morning following an ing. Pallbearers will be the grandsons A. Hall Owner & M.gr.
............. I the trunks with BHC to try andcontrol P= Church in Johnson at 3 p. m. I' extended illness. of'the deceased.
:-. -- It is pleasing. to us, of course, who have felt that the the outbr ak. Friday with the Rev. W. C. Mrs. Cooper was born in Dub-I Burial will follow in the family -- .
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IHMIli: ; .. country has fare..d. better, generally speaking under Democratic !I .
Using our tractor for a number ;, You invited
i. p administration and leadership, to see the Democratic are to thee

.liiI. Party returned to its position at the helm after a lapse of of as different we are busy jobs in around long-delayed the place : Chairman Sparks .

'., -- eight years.. clean-up. Also cut up a couple of :,: Thanks. Workers
little patches of land,one for berri :! -
: -It was also gratifying to see Bradford County remain {]late,, as usualland, for some i! I

:. staunchly in the D niocratic! column, as i it always has; although greens. i iI|,I|! the Rev.successful S. E. Sparks.Democratic chairman camipaign ; of- .'! \\a --0

a source of disappointment to have Florida go, for ". 'O
Bradford County! expresses 'ft
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the In our experience in farming, :
, third consecutive time, for the Republican nominee. \. t
j appreciation to all of his i l
which 1s'not''much. well admit, I la .= .
, This may be attributed largely, to failure of many Demo- ''we have learned something. For 'committee chairmen as well as'members C .:;;,'.I "" .., ... ..I::. "',,fpr11tq-1 -,.-'
critic office holders to support and work for the' ticket in of the Democratic Executive 'A .
I if had
one thing we to go through
I th'manner that'should be expected and demanded of them ; i it again, before! we bought a farm committee.\ county of- ,

as leaders and beneficiaries of the party. {[we'd: make' a. bee-line for the:'tficials:I who supported and'worked

, We will take this opportunity! to commend our, Democratic I buy nearest a heavy farm pair supply of work store gloves and :.[|!.i during for the the straight campaign Democratic just closed.ticket j! COME SEE -- COLOR TV FREE! JT; '
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I "I feel that our efforts were ;
office holders and Committee members in Brad- and a pair of fencing pliers. They I I : : f
in the fine vote
reflected given :
fad,' County: for the manner !in which most of themspoke are two of our most useful tools. .|! AtS11EPIIERD'S f' .
our! Democratic nominees Senators : '
And it isn't that has tender
out for and their
: active
.gave support to the party ,
Kennedy and Johnson at
hands it's just that he hates to !
: during the campaign just closed. If this had been the ; Tuesday, and I wish to express i;
grab barbed wire briar bushes '
case i in all} Florida counties it in COLOR TY DAY U. S. A. \
: : as was Bradford, chances with his bare hands.:! I I : my deep appreciation to -
, arp .that Florida would have been safely in the Demo- ''everyone who had a part; Mr. .

, dcratic; cols inn, and in) 'a position to reap the maximum I I Sparks: said.MAYOR'S. A Full Day Of Programs-All Color! .

benefit from an incoming Democratic administration, ,

: rather than being-as it is now-"on- the outside COURT NOVEMBER 11 FROM 8 A. M. TO ll'P. M.
: l looking i L u"I. as the:Democrats take over again in Washing I .' "

I, ton. Eighteen cases were disposedof ALL ON
, by Mayor W. T. "Billy" Jackson
5. S8iL 'Ie sT iGTa this Monday in Mayor's
t We anticipate with confidence the new administrationI Herman Geiger COllrt'l 1

I hi Washington because. as Congressman Charles Bennett Soil Conservation loitering, forfeited bond of $27.50.J. RCA VICTOR "LIVING COLOR" TV
t pointed out, "The Democratic Party looks forward to D. Childs. Negro, public intoxication

1 an expanding growth iij business and developments of all N-E-W-S forfeited bond of .

t kinds throughout the country.. It is pledged to unlocking $2 7.50. RCA The Most Trusted Name In Television

J the riches of our natural resources, developing our waterways By Bill Haas William Joseph Zack, failureto

and fully utilizing our forests and mines,. and other i Soil Conservation SerVIce \ yield right-of-a'ay, fined
t sources of growth $27.50 or sentenced to five daysin .
power. There is a need for expansion i in J

: the schools construction, and highways of hospitals, and there homes,are power many plants new, dams needs Bradford The Board Soil of Conservation Supervisors District for Islee jail. Mitchell Negro, public t-T:=::L. COME

l held their regular monthly intoxication forfeited bond of
1 1t arising in our growing towns and cities. !I| meeting at the SCS office in $37.50. NEW :
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t II I Starke. Those present were: Sam I IMcGaivey. Bert; S.t. JUorton). running red BIG NEW PICTURE. Celebrate
' "All fjt these things require work and production I chairman: Lento'11 j light, forfeited bond of $12.50. DIMENSIONS .

: and the Democratic administration is pledged to a polic Morgan Jr., vice.chiarman; Foster -, I Edward rbert Blount, throwing -

:= ofv doing wh.ate.vec{ can, be done in a proper manner to stimulate Shi Smith, member; Don i beer cans on U. S. 301 from IN SIGHT! NEW LOW PRICE THIS

, these ,things for the benefit of our generation and Champion Farm Forester; Leon l i moving vehicle, forfeited bond of '

: =- generations to come and also for the of Carter and Bill Haas Soil Conservation I 2750. I J
purpose producing BIG TV DAY
, -- job opportunities throughout the Service, -The Board renewed Leslie DeSue, Negro, public intoxication ,
1 Party is pledged to The Democratic i I the memorandum of un- I sentenced to five days '
put an end to the
I .". ..1, j, rolls. in 'America and growing unemployme j i between Bradford tail o- a' fine of 2750. i NEW RCA VICTOR WITH US
Americana .for to use the productivity of all 1 'i Soil Conservation District and[ | Sam Kirkland, Negro, speeding, .21888 .
-... a greater and more prosperous nation." i the Florida: Forest Service Thecooperation forfeited bond of $27.50. I.
-- i; -. between the District Bill Thompson. public intoxication :
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-- 'We beKqve that President-elect lJohn F.. Kennedy has"' ,aiid"'tlie -''.-tfd-".-.v>..' 'Service I forfeited bOnd' tof $27.50.: : i r,

the; cqura e, the, intelligence, and the determination to get will be helpful in achieving mu- j Tobe Brown public intoxication 23 Full-Picture( l Table TV ONLY
this job done. .. tual objectives., One of the ob- I fined $27.50 or five days. .
jectves to promote and carry on I Doc Hutchins, public intoxication

We activities to advance the planning, I forfeited bond of 2750. See of
feel that those who have more your favorite TV programs. '
sincerely had qualms con 'application, and maintenance. of':'' Milo Tyler, running red light,
cerning the SEE THE
separation of church and state under Senator i practices and measures designed[ forfeited bond of $12.50. get the same picture the TV camera sees

Kennedy's administration will soon forget their fears and ]to improve woodland conditions. I Robert Eugene Altman running "

remember only the reassuring words of the man who said I'After the landowner has made I red light, forfeited bond of I NEW RCA
j4. if, on' the other hand, I should win this election then: t the appropriate l land use, deter-I$27.50.. '

t', shall devote. every effort, of mind and spirit to fulfilling minations for his farm come Henry L. Ratliff, public intox-: -
he oath of the Presidency-practically ''I'Ilion plan, with the assistance of f (ication forfeited bond of $27.50.i i .. ; ;:: ..
[dd: to the identical I might |the SCS : WITH ALL ITSDAZZ1JNG
; oath I have taken for 14 years in the technician the' FloridaIForest i Sam Waldron. Negro, public
Pojr, without reservation, I Congress.! j Service will be requested :], intoxication forfeited $27.50 bond.

faithfully'jixecute the office can of solemly President swear of that I will[1 I to provide planning and application i! Herbert Franklin. Negro, public! i-I'' : "

States, and will to the best of the United assistance where avatlab le, ,, intoxication, fined: $27.50 or sentenced : \ la. LI
- and defend the Constitution my ability, preserve, protect j on forestry phases and activities.> ;;, to five days in jail.man I
so help me God. W. E. Lawson says he is a '| 23"TUBEOVERALL ..
Daniel Williams. I
public I
of the soil. He remarked that he i
1 intoxication, five days or $27.50.
p.Farmer's.- could see the improvement in the DIAG.
cropland since the farmers Dan Loper public intoxication, ULiVINGCOLOR"
Diary using more conservation'prac J" 27.50 or five days in jail. 282 SQ. "

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The State Soil Conservation CITY HALL, POST OFFICE VIEWABLE Rai1/eTO
By Sam MrGanu I
Board supplied the background PICTURE

-r and the. boy reached up and I|material Conservation for the District's Bradford display Soil at! City Hall, local banks, and t CNY\: I : : E : : I

knocked over a can of kerosene I post office will be closed Friday
and spilled it all over his head.. the.County Fair.J. Nov 11 [Veterans Day]. Courthouse
S. V. Neviles used the District'sCyclone w
offices and business houses N.
All stockmen seed sower to put out his -
agree that youcan't will remain open. \ AND YOU'LLBE
Pensacola Bahia seed.
be too careful in working I t\\i
with animals,I and that is particularly J. C. Sapp used the District I \ 1'
true when it comes to I Grain Drill to plant rye for his :i j Ritch stated that the woman died | CONVINCED

handling pigs when mammy is a- winter grazing. j from internal 'bleeding resulting -
A round Safest Lucian Conner and Wilton Conner i- j'from stab wounds inflicted about
survey of the berry thing to do ..we'are
crop used the District's GrainDrill I the upper right side and'face.. THAT
ihows that it is growing told, is to lock her up good socan't she :
very to plant and Bahia. ____
I bust
relL out
The cool weather was wel.omed and give you a fit. ___
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KOBGINS + 231-141
i by the growers who have I _
their plains lIulched'ith plastics I The BCD supervisors are urging Local, Negro Gets 1 NOW IS THE
; hots,eathef now can overheat that the Giant Striata strain of t
the .plants., crotalaria be reinstated by thee \
Life Term
I. ASC as a soil builder. It is on of i PICTURE RCA Victor's
>ieaijut i There hulls is !some for interest mulching in in using the growers the best say soil that builders hairy but indigo semi is In Fatal Stabbing I6 Q 0y c Ii : -:- i 20 SQUARE INCHES MORE PICTURE tube faff picture new TV lets 23'-yoa 1| TIME FOR

alleys off berry plantings better. THAN CONVENTIONAL, 21"-tube TV see more picture comer.tocol'ltel..J1OWlStedpicturO- I'i '
and we John Henry Lane 38-year-old: j q : YOU TO
iill get the story on the avail- Starke sentenced to ,i BRIGHTER PICTURE GREATER .
ablity and cost'and report it to One thing about crotalaria, you Negro was _- outside edges of screen... *? *.''.
life last week after
ion. can tell when the seed pod opens imprisonment CONTRAST t
for we are informed that it 'popsopen he pleaded guilty to second I '
with. a, snapping sound that degree murder in the fatal stabbing NO WASTED PICTURE C''T52S!! G1heIlDtT.JIoI4i4{
While -
clQseed\ talking r' for about sowing using a fields cy- can' -. .be heard, all.o.over a field. Circuit of his Judge'common George law wife 1.. Pat ( ;44W1- EDGES OF SCREEN SWITCH TO
ed&, we remarked that 'w had t
Did you know that Sampson ten before whom the guilty plea ) -:.._
used ours while riding on thetracfor. Lake is' larger than ? was made, sentenced Lane. The -
Then one farmer said While studying some geodetic Negro was charged with killing i NEW DIMENSIONS PERFORMANCE
he sometimes rode out on the maps of the county this Millie Mae Green McBride his R 1
adiatpr.: his tractor, while compared the two and to.our kilt- common law wife, on October 14. 4the COLOR!
i omeone else drove. That promptd pose Sampson seems appreciably The stabbing occured at **Wt cm fur* a wollpcpw.with oleo '
another ;'reUWt1 cant do a loan from '
that larger. home of Carrie Small at 14 'East.North
with." my. tril.ctor-It gets too S. Street in Reno, 'at which: LOCAL FINANCE CO. S 00'
,. How about that monster 36-lb Lane and his wife were visiting> Don't make the mistake of borrowing -
of.' wildcat thafMrs. 0.$ Hicks and watching TV. Deputy Dolph unwisely at the time of c ': r "
A hog raiser we know was at- killed near Hampton lastweek! Reddish of the Bradford- CountySheriffs emergency. Deal only with a rej .

tacked last week by sows while he It must.be'one of the largest ever Department said the)j potable business which offers I Ifor low- V :' *', .',
was.castrating,pigs, and seriously Seen around here for M.'CRob- two had been living together cost, reliable loans. We loan for -
dhewed up.. Another 'told of help erts'' over a the st te'P'arm, who several years but had been bav.' *ny emergency on autos, furoihire tW HJflfc-Gofc. Cm* prank* twwRUtaa4i1.a0.T,+M loort Kdw*SteUIx ardialrtfas a. RCA The Most Trusted
ing his fther.wjien; a sov charged has killed scores-of 'cats told! us ing trouble in recent months l:' salary or SQLOOOToluefpictBrepover.peater weahig a1sproY Bewimpfottd trwua ({tort: kgadan.ats. -
,; any other suitable rinnmm tad sew. high. la per It ptjoaiBeTerj rt -cily.ioturk JIM T aas TV ..Aeuwrtfsmuee !
All the trouble ended that collateral. wcwatr/l WBk"6iB; '"t.J'fiU" Name in Television
night [in thekit !1t.n of the Small .

TH6. BRADrORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. home when the sta btng. occurred .- .. -...
in the heat of an argument Lanestabbed
EST; 1871ntDRsn O, his wife with a switchblade : .* ''It

t r.J-OftlD"'''. WKKKLT 'VKW! *. knife. The woman was
J'.tP& PT7BUSHKD COSTINOCetTtU8 brought to the Bradford County t "
C CNUea I*A MS MASTHEAD.r .' I Hospital about midnight shortlyafter : t 1 t Shepherd's Radio & T. A

.. ..ttlh4. Ea.* Th.r. uf E.t...... M ..*... Craw Mattel wounds were inflicted and f t < m
--.- "at. tk. I Mt Offl at BUrte. sr:. .der Art .( *.*. .. 18n. : was pronounced dead at i:20 a. m. + I
I by Doctor T. G- Ritch of Starke.Nq PHONE WO '4-6901
I inquest was held since Dr.> STARKE, FLORIDA,
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i i V Local YouthCharged RAINFALL &1\001.; Principals, PTA presidents -
I Homecoming GameTornadoes, I -
es i Terwillegar ''fils I and all deirsaxs weto urge
I With TheftA
I With anything like normal attend.WILLIAMS.

Fell Ferndina i i i rainfall during Novemoer and De- .
: First Torode 17-year-old Starke youth. -
Big Triumphs Edward Lee Padgett has been {I cember, 1960 should outdo 1959 ---
j for the honor of being the wet-

(Continued from Page 11 -, ., .. .. released in the custody of the I test year within memory.
Ii IJI"T In Bantam League, : Clay County -Sheriffs departmentafter Through October, Bradford 1
on their foot line
own one local
he was caught by
., ,i County had received 76.99 inches i iI < JEWELRYWATCHES
J then on Fernandina's sec- i police while selling stolen cigarettes : I cf rain (average computed from j
Bradford'High's < try, after no gain on the L In last week's games Terwille-1! II III
: \ figures recorded at three fire ]
t half
at prices. I
: play from scrimmage and Motors Torode Shell j
: ready Tornadoes I gar ran over I towers in the county,) ". DIAMONDS
real! challenge in -I I] the quarter fast growing old. f: ::1.. Products 27.7, and Koch's'sque J .I i I Police Chief Riley Sweat aid 1
: ferencp ploy j. defenders overcame the "'' '" ed by North Florida Supply 70.!1 his department received a call I I Average total for the entire'I REPAIRS
& 4 ,. of 1959 inches. II
t: face Santa forewafl. Tackle Cecil :\_ >-"l! ''w'K ,. f'l On the opening play, Mike]i last Saturday morning that a year was 84.48 All Work GuaranteedA.
a and end Billy Dowling .. I u Crawford recovered Torode i I
; "must" for the '' :' a i 1 1 various brands
youth was selling Williams
Pirate quarterback Jim- ;' ; fumble and his team went to' County PTA Council I
: on
are to remain ;
.t :: ., in Starke at half I
of cigarettes 142 W. Call SU
I '' Standings Gordon in the end zone for / score with Randy Joiner going j II
: This important I, point safety to put the .".: ::;\:"} L'j. : t$ ,', ;'0'' aver for the touchdown from 3|'i I ,price. Upon being confronted, I The Bradford County Council I Starke Fla. I

; : ahead! 8-0. 9 a \.. .:.. : ., yards out. .Jimmy Moore ran ,the!I Sweat stated that faogeu freely I of PTA's will meet Monday. Nov. .
1 played. tonight [ 4th Quarter Fireworks "" : oY' '.' extra point. I II j j I admitted breaking into the Kings- 14, at 7:30 p Jn. at the Southside '-..
Santa Fe to 'j ti ; I -
i' the Gator Growl the ball being brought ..Il. In the secona period, George!lle? Lake Grocery last Friday I ----
the end zone and the Pir ) : Smith to Charles' Norman :!: about 12:30 a. m.

; of second Starke Florida.rung presently, I kicking stripe, off the from still their fired-up 20 ..'... ..i" j ....i..... for scored 15 yards from to there the 30 on, and the Joiner next- ''|:i authorities Padgett? 'was last released Saturday to Clay At V AREZ' STORE Established Men's Clothing Jj I

began to down to '
Keystone ; get play. Moore :,again: ran the extra i iI
l with once again in the closing point. and .Terwillegar led 140. I
: three wins !=! of the third period. On tie next play- from scrim- :
gainst>;. MaCQlenny
halfback Marshall mage, Tommy Lyons ran 45
initial contest took the place kick on for Torode's touch-i 1
yards' only '
Springs i$: on tcp cwn 40 and returned it to '
; ence with, four Fernanfina .. '" ,,.. '* PI '. "''wn and thn sneaked over for
From there "
', : ", ,-::' ,< ., II. the point: Neither team scored ,
; es. This year's "' .
team Is yet to, be : the Tornadoes just four \ r j-: ;'; : /i :.. ." in the 3rd, but in the final period ;,
to secure their second \ .
I TD .;. ,, ,,,,wei\'iii Coo Moore ran for a 10-yard TD with ,
conference play, '.,
night, with : I
halfbacks a
; 1f. Smith adding the point and a,few
i m conferenci s DeVore and Richard J, : _
H ; plays later Smith 'scored on a 'I"t
I wins
Gre,and lCove'' one loss, carrying the payload. I' l :!j_ one-yard sneak The try for extra I

: their only- Vore had the first whack as : II' : point failed.
off tackle for four yards __ __
three 'weeks ;? : Quarterback George Smith and, "'- ,
to the Pirate 36. Then on :
i Randy Joiner led Terwillegar's of- j
soundly trc,
ncea second Duggar went through .,,'; ," fense, while Mike Crawford' and ,
i 4 Starke's cbazh. : _
said he thinks: same hole for five more' down Charles Norman stood out defen-' ) '

I ter'team than enemy 31. Then on third .. -_ .c -.," .. .' ___. ,'.' ,,__.' .. ..." ',- '.w,' ',.,'.'_ ,'_" '0- -, .. sively. :Mike Smith stood' out on I! d" :: f tG ; i !
cated Green' Cove first and:down still DeVore one yard again to go went for ;; defense for Torode. '!I : c L" 4

i won by possibjy} and rambled 18 yards Fernandina halfback Sam Aharez (with ball) bobbles a Jimmy In the second game North ">.

ter. stated, tut, Gordon pass in Starke's 28-0 homeconilng1ctory Friday night. He Florida Supply had an'upset the I'l .
: Fernandina 17 yard line. ,,: -, ..
: :
i many., war tackled hard by Tornado fullback Sam Gardner'and the aerial making until the final minute ,.
in the first play of the I of play, when Bobbie White t' ." :
Green Cove \\' 1 went Incomplete pass- : "
period Duggar went around I)I ed to Greg Reddish for 35 j t
P. K. Yonge of, .
.end for the last 17 yards 1 / FINANCING COST
and the
week and barring game's only touchdown. CUT
hap, should face paydirt for the Tornadoes'] column sophomore halfback Mar- I McRae and Norman Button, cen- Steve Hewett arid Ronnie Newman !

ed next week. TD'of the homecoming. shall Stalling snagged a Feman- ter Tom Bailey and! .left half Paul were defensive standouts for .

does >already" have missed the point after dina aerial and sprinted 56 yards I Hansen. North Florida while Ronnie Tom-'!i wrrHA

record, they are the score stood at 14-0. for a fourth TD for the Torna-I STATISTICS linson and Mike Devrick held up \

i mendous task 'of relinquishing the pig skin 1 does. Then Martin ended the Team Starke FB the line for Koch. I

Santa Fe and Gr long enough for Fernandina I scoring for good, but on a good i First Downs 17 7 Schedule for Saturday morning: I

} it they are' to seven plays and go from 1 note, as he booted the ball between j from rushing 15 3 Koch vs Terwillegar, & a. m.; :- : .
I ence champions' 40 to Starke's 45, the I the uprights to give the i from passing ::2 2 North Florida vs Torode, 10:15.1Schedule : )1- :

consecutive season. forced a punt and took Tornadoes a final score cf 28-0. i from penalties 0 1 for Wednesday after-, .

f t! 'If the Tott1ad one and 10 on their own 22. 'I Coach Not Impressed Yards gained rushing 359 60 noon, Nov 16: j
of minutes and 15 plays
Santa Fe, 'tonight had done Then after the Pirates had yards gained passing 37 68 Terwillegar vs North Florida
they it again.
r third place ,in thrown a few more desperate I Passes 3-8 6-13 3:35 p. m,; Torode vs Koch, 4:451p. :
six 'different backs shar- ''Passes
intercepted 1
ings behind both 1"s. aerials to end the 1960 homecoming by 1 m. i
Santa ,Fe.Starke the load the Tornadoes went contest Coach: Lennard Regi- J Fumbles lost 1 1 1j !Ii i
for their third TD. j Average distance punts 2-34 '6-34
will take ster termed the Tornadoes' 28-0 Bookworm's
: fullback Buster Hugh- Yards lost penalties 45 30 Theory I
wins and victory a "poor showing I
one tie' the final 18 yards to put Score by quarters: Sell Books Buy More FLORIDA
face the Retjeis "We Just weren't up for this ,
local boys ahead 200. Hughes I Starke 602 20-28 I I
ord of seven wins the best average of the night cne," he said. "The boys are Fernandina B. 000 0- 01j I I Miss Norma Carova, president
: The 1960 edition thinking ahead to the Santa Fe I II .. .
24 in 'three : I of ,' ..
Friends '
gained yards I j Scoring summaries:, of the Library, announces ---" --, ,'- =-; ;"" ; -<- fii' '- '- ;
j team is hatd-no for an average of 8 yards and Green Cove Springs games,I Touchdowns: Gardner II, run,1] '1 that enough money was : : : : ::
:i-i 1111 I If I I !
I t fenced with nine I and we just didn't play our best II } ;
try cn the drive. Martin's HUghes (17, run], Duggar [U8, made from the book sale last : : FERDE1R-'AL
'- -
juniors In the <> : for the- point after split the ,game tonight'Register ,(, runt Starling [157, intercepted j weekend to purchase a number : E'-O-F "- 'T-"N sK.u'R.A"h O-R" I I65n

". A terse "tough" I and the Tornadoes: led' singled out halfbacks pass] Leach and Jones [safety). I of needed children's books, some : 0 29 BANKS OF THE FLORIDA O-"N-A' GROUP MEMBER C'E t, .
Coach Lennard Starling and Tombo; Smith and : Officials: Referee, W. L. Kil- furniture, and other items for :

himself when just when it looked as if 1 I fullbacks Buster Hughes and Sam I Patrick; Umpire Billy Gibson; the Starke Library. She termed : "

J f i thought of rint had ended and the- Gardner a ;$tandcuts, ? ''I head liftman Ray Mooneyham; the sale a success and "very en.I ;" I
r he*added: ,' "We're were desperately trying to; 1 I Fem dina coach 'Bob McAl- field judge, Neil Mullis; TimeKeeper couraging" for the first effort I
it their way into the scoringScores' pine had praise for tackles Bill Jim Rowe. along this line. "
Miss Canova expressed appreciation *

c pointed out that.' \ .; Forest Ranger to all who assisted with j II I IT'S ILLEGAL
Rebel I
I! the sale, and "special thanks"' V
ers, on, the 1958 I .
Expresses Thanks to Mrs. Stella Lainas for the use ; "
which ,was und last week's volleyball play : V ;
of the building: Mrs. Bert MeMaines I "
e1's Auto upset previously j I .
en by: the for CooperationThe chairman of the sate; "
which decided Camp Blanding by 15j j Miss Florence Jennings; :Miss '

championship and 15-4. In the second I Anne Matthews and her committee I : For Person Persons inV
also painted to Florida Forest Service, V Any or to Engage
Jaycees took a forfeit ;i,, from the Little Women's Club; .
Santa Fe team > C, 5 through its County Ranger; Jim-
Presbyterian. members of the Hi-Y Club; the
ball together for | my Hodges, wishes to thank all Bradford
County Telegraph for
from midget ball I will be no matches to- | :citizens of Bradford County for
I The .Santa Fe (Thursday), but play will J .: (:their 100 per cent cooperation in publicity other volunteers.Catherine; Lucius. Prevatt, and all Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless .

other foresails next Thursday as follows: preventing forest wild fires this .
outweigh ,the 1erian vs Camp Bland. I winter. :. ,
i with an' average 7:15: p m. Jaycees vs Noegel's "Since Jan. 1 :to Sept. 30, 1960, Scott, 90, '

man m. we have had a total of 76 V wild Dies After Illness VVV ,
Senior !
per' ; .S The Name Is Registered -.
and defensive League StandingsWon I I fires with a total of 966 acresI : r- : ,.

law, no. 60, "a Lost I I I burned," Hodges said. "This is ani Mrs. Catherine Adelle Wright .
lead the Rebel's Blanding 4 1 I i I average of 57 will fires per 100- Scott 90, a former resident of w *

fotewaU.I 3 2 I I I 000 acres.! The area covered, by Stal ke, died last Saturday in ; V V :V
1 1 : Read This Florida Law
Coach 3 2 the average fire was 13 acres Lakeland after an extended ill \ : V

I port indicates 0 5MEW Lions Welcome the ranger declared. nesS. She had made her home .- -.... ...; ,
,I "You: can see frpm the above there since 1922-' ...... '
biggest backfield
RIVER District GovernorThe figures that we have a very srt-ious
fullback Garvin Mrs. Scott was the widow of I: "It shall be unlawful for defined
BAPTISt CliUPCB problem in Bradford County, the any person or persons, aa herota ta
late Dr.
and'a 195 George F. Scott, and '
fast and will School. 10 a. m. Wor Starke Lions Club will: welcome ] Hodges added. "In order for the was a member of the College : enrage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein de-

.! sort of hard I Hour, 11 a. m. Evening' Serv- Francis JacK Governor of _j! Forest Service to whip this problem Heights Baptist Church in Lake- fined, without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the

head that *i p. m. Prayer Meeting eaeu District 35-L. Lions International.:| close cooperation we will have from to every have very citizen land. elerVof the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business :b

witnessed'this 7:30 p.m. on his official visit tonight in the county. : Surviving are two daughters: is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit
fullback, senior ;i Thursday at 7:30: o'clock. I i Mrs. Clyde Lemon or Jacksonville,
CHRISTIAN CHURCH The ranger asks that all landowners signed by all interested stating under oath the of _.
) also a 195 Lion Jack is one of the 361 notify the service [phone and Mrs. .Archie Greiner of Dun- persons, namef

Call & Christian Streets District Governors who supervisethe j J I WO 4-27211 of any control bum- dee; two brothers, Ed and Alva an those interested' in the business enterprise the extent of the interest .

CHURCH OF: > Bob L. Badcett.: Minister activities of more than 15.-. ing prior to starting the fire. He I Wright, both of St. Petersburg: of each,and the fictitious name under which said business !Is carried --
LATTEK f ay School 9:45: a. m. Wor- two sisters, Mrs. Ruby Belcher
000 Lions Clubs. He is a member said that this would save valu-
Service :each I and on. Said registration may not be made until the person or desiring
Miss, Willie persons
Wright, both of
: and Communion. 10:45: a. m. of the Jacksonville [Springfield] able time and expense. .
Masonic!"Hall on : Rho, 5 Choir Practice St. Petersburg. to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or '
I School' j p. m. Club, and has been a Lion since I "We are expecting another .. .t
day Service 8:30: >>" JCL 1 .m.;CYP 7 p. m. 1949 with 10 years of perfect at- tractor and plow unit in the very Graveside services were held their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four
p. 7:30 p., m. New tendance.As near future," Hodges said. "Until I at 3 p. m. Monday in the family (4) consecutive weeks in defined
come I some newspaper as by law in the county
I for service.CHUKCft of June 30, 1960 there were that time we wish to ask land- plot in Crosby Lake Cemetery
I where said registration is to be made and said shall bt
"MISSIONARY 1 Lions Clubs in 108 countries a- owners to be patient withus;, on with Rev. Herman Boyette pastorof I registration not

Sunday 'School'( OP GOD round the ,world with a membership their fire lines. If you find; it the First Methodist Church: accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of

.ng ''Ttrship! :,"il : School 10 a. m. Mora of more than 600,000. necessary to burn trash or paper, officiating. DeWitt C. Jones I such publication. i
Bervic 7:30 p.m.' Worshiu. 11 a. m. Sundav The Starke club is an active please do so prior to" 9 a.. m. of i Funeral Home was in charge of I

i each Wednesday, Service 7:45: p. m. YPS unit 1n' the international organization. -' each day. Also, please do net burn t arrangements. r

one welcome.- Wednesday, 7:45: p. n, which Is dedicated to I trash or paper during! high windy [
p&ator : I Meeting Fridav. 7:45 p. m ccmmunlty betterment' in various !: days or nights." HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH .,
,. Since last July, the local
aspects. Sunday Sunday School 10

club has spent $137 on Sight r BOATDRAIN BAPTIST CHURCH ..- m.. Morning mesage 11 a. m. If engaged in business under
Conservation work, its major I Sunday School, 10 am: Morning Training Union 7 p. m. Evening I you are any name i

project. Worship, 11 a. m. TrainingUnion message 8 P, m. <
6:30: p. m. Evening "Worship Monday Bible Joy Club 4
Smith Coropa and J V
I St., Mark's EpwcnnalKT : I Prayer, 7:30 Meeting p. m. Wednesday to Wednesday 5 p. m. Prayer' Meeting- >1 i other than your own, and have not had this name '<. 1 1V i

lUvrv id f, MacBlata
i "
'i.30 P. m.Pastor 7.30 p. m. Choir Practice 8:30p.
TYPEWRITERS Sunday Services-9:45 ajn, Rev. "Barney Sweat, j m. Pastor: Samuel S. Cuth- i
,, Church School; 11:09 am. :Morn- advertised and will be
Everyone Welcome. ; properly registered we :
I ,
& ::; i nif Prayer and Sennou. MADISON STREET BAPTIST V i iI
PORTABLE HolyCommunionFirst Sun- BETHEL l\ SSIOSARYB.P'I1ST V! 9M Block W Madison fit.

f ,:;., -lay, 11:00 am.: Thirl SundAy ; CHURCH j
Sunlay School 9:45 Jim Law-

'w EASY SOGDODj' TERMS ':30 a.m.Wednesday700. p.m.. Choir Sunday Worship School.11 a.10 m.a. m.Training Horning '.i. eon Morning Superintendent Worship.,11;CO. I glad to give you all necessary Information as to[ V ,,.j. I Iwhat .jV

\ Practice; 7:4: p.m.. litany W Union 6:30 p. m. Evening Service j t Training Union 6:45, Jim HarMaem s

Bible Study. 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting Director.

-.1'1( Wednesday, 8 p. m. Everyone wel{ Evenng- Worship 8:00. you should jo. ;: "I
School.Suppliesirao11nt come.-Rev. R. L. Lee, pastor.
% Wednesday, Prayer Meeting. %. ,
i .
: Bible classes 10
( Sunday a.m.;! '. \.
7:30. f?
Assembly Worship with the Lord's: i FAITH BAPTIST ifffiRC8Lawtey : I t.l-l
Supper. 11 a.m.; Evening Assemb-! I, '-
Telegraph: Tuesday, Ladies Bible class 7; Bible school W *, n. Sunday School'l6 i. m.;1.orn ; t .!8 ,;; ;> .

; ; Preaching 11 a. m. ,- .. ;
pm in It
: ? Worship. a. m.:: EvangtUstie
Phone WO,.-5101 Wednesday, Bible classes* 7:30' Evening Service ":30 p m. prVkei. T2W OJ. m. ,
p.m' Bill Simmons preacher. Bible Stud? and Prayer Me U "Come, let na reason together." -. --L-I ,,
.. log, 7SO: m. lA'easrus( :. I
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In other action ,a letter from I ment.( assistance. Champion reported [ and the girl begged them to stay. 'Ten Commandments'At Beulah Church '

Board that of EMED6s One of the hunters drove .the girl I
County the Starke city council was read 1.059 acres pine '
to the commission requesting that! seedling have been planted in the -' : I 1r I back to Starke intheir truck and Florida Holds HomecomingThe

I civil Defense Director Robert Me-j(I county this year and that 303.000 I I the other drove Starling back in I It This WeekendOne Beulah Baptist Church

Moves to Probe I InUre be relieved: of his duties !f board' feet of timber were sold:: f t j* t Norman's truck. I will observe its UOUi annual

i'and that Mrs. C. L. Scholl be ap-I I under improved management _; Mean\\.hUe"\ another local resi of the outstanding picturesof I Homecoming on Sunday, Nov. 13.
pointed as his successor. The let !practices. : ) -c- dent. Wesley McRae, reported to II 'recent years. The Ten Com :Morning:service will be conductedby

that The forester also mentioned _._ t ,- the Sheriff* Department (th&t the
Problem ter pointed: out Mclntire. I r; mandments. will be shown at
$Space a former pestor. and dinner
i several other facts of interest totinibfr wtzP there was trouble In the Sampson -
who is executive director of the I I j J Florida Theatre: for three days ,
Lake area, having been told ; i at 1 p. m. There,will be singing
% Chamber of Commerce la too ;; growers in the county in starting Sunday at popular

[Continued Fr.un Face 1) busy to carry out the duties of ';I his report. The price of raw gum .- It of the incident by a local Negro j prices. The picture will be shown afternoon. Everyone wel!

I* Civil Defense Director. 'I I has taken a big jump he said.-i 1 1i ; Deputy Jimmy Hamilton invest-! i uncut and intact, exactly as it I'e -

Clerk Darby said the request The Commission moved to Invite I i because of increased demands by ) : ; gated and found Norman _who is ran in previous special engagements I' _.iiII__._ ..
for the architect is "a kind of about 40. The deputy said Norman -|
the and industries.
both. McIntire and Mrs. I I export pulp around the world. I EXCLUSIVE
probing deal to help decide Jf It i'A: was bruised when he found j
Scholl to the November 21 meet- The second development
Chanp-j This dramatization of the Bookof I COUNTY FRANCHISEFlorida
Is best to enlarge the present ing to discuss the situation and !I ion said, is the discovery him. The shotgun was'also found j Exodus stars Charlton Hestonas I ''Concern now opening

courthouse or to build a new 1 i Biown Spot Disease in newly ., in a clump of bushes. j
delayed further action until then. j a > Yul I
Moses Brynner as new dealerships
hronghout -
one." The clerk said it will be several I i ..>. The sheriff said Dr.1)M.Chris- j
Chairman said that planted: area of slash pine in the :: :
Bishop hej I I .,...-, I Rameses II, and Anne Baxter as I out stat Only $4M' fully
years at least before ','
any would to the [county. And a third item was the, : tophers examined the alleged rape
definite I, suggest .new commission | w :' the princess they both loved. secured' will put you In a
action can be taken sincethe .
1 when it organizes in 'new post peeling plant on U. S. _- .\iir;< I victim but couldn't say conclu- Others In the all-star cast include I dignified, full or Part.:time

county has no'money budget- January that members of civic !((301 north of Starke owned by > _- ?,..:;. -'. sively if she. had been raped. Edward G. Robinson Yvonne De- .i business. Good reputation
which to ;' -
td-wlth construct -p
a new I <
courthouse. clubs throughout the county be| Harry Green. This provides a _""; ,-, i\ Reddish said that Starling denied Carlo. Debra Paget. and John and knowing?,of your area
i: market for small timber that has >! ;
allowed to serve as precinct work- > } Derek.It F.xeellentreturns.
only requirements.
: But he added, "This be this week's incident
might ers in future elections. ;> to be cleared from thick areas, just as
&5 food a time" as any to get the Bishop pointed out that the !i!t he said. 1t he had last- week's. contains some of the greatest WriteEULST.

twJi: rolling. spectacles ever filmed including
county will spent around $10,000 I i -.. '.' .. -, _.. Starling was employed by the I P, O. Sox 5:86' ,
;, There is very little room at the the vast Exodus the parting of

Wfent site for expansion of the this this money year for could five be elections used for, and the i!JGOP's Show I BIIS seniors' just couldn't keep polities out of their' prize .winning Development: Commission at Camp I the .Red Sea. the barbaric Golden Tampa 8, Fla.PETT03T .

courthouse and parking facilities welfare of the general public if skit at the Tornado Whirl last Thursday night. From the.. .photo Blanding before his first arrest. Calf worship and many others. -
-'- '-
.re virtually nonexistent. Board civic club members volunteered to above of president-elect Senator John F. Kennedy, or a very unreasonable : FLORiST
that)u embers the sale expressed of the the present opinion site serve without pay. The money!i!! SurpnsingI I II facsimile thereof" it looks as if the seniors had the.then upcoming Sell It Rent It Trade It II PHONE* 8. THOXPBO.N WO 4-41U I"

due these workers would be turn-
national election on their minds as well as the pext night's SIGHT Wtt 4-4881: ei WO I1mDIi"rU',1'C
jWould finance about? a third of ed to these clubs to use for LOWER
the cost of a new structure. homecoming game. VP. WIRE .FLO ttEMK A. VWHERHtfchs

: The present courthouse was !I worthy A delegation projects. appeared Bishop said.. before I State Strength --n jim A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

.built in 1902 and an addition: was :the commission to request that t FOR SALE .... Breeding age regta

Jnade in 1936 but most county the county grade a better road to [Continued From Fare One] HKMORIAL *Kf> RKSOMTTfOt* .. 4 Cfmtm _p W..wtI tered Angus Hull Price' reason
able. DunS Conner, WO 4-}60t.
tices now are overcrowded.HEATING. the Sapp Cemetery in the New j Bradford County's "favorite -- : WORnI' OB 1.F-8ft. O.. 'U.eMU. (M1at.. Carz.i .n tfcblt

"..- River section of the county. One I son" Doyle Conner was oneof _
FOR Rt:='\T- Lam Tl4or; style 4
member of the delegation. Ethan two cabinet officers who had no BACH AnniTfOSAL: ,WORD OVER M _u__ __ *(! Pef W.':' bedroombrick i. h Sapp. offered the county any amount Republican opposition. He receiv- *S% niSCOC\T OJf: REPEAT SEKTIO.\S i'.'XAU renovatediJtsid**;' gtet 1 heat' gas
SSe ADDITIONAL. FOR BLI.ND ADS OR AD SOT PAID 151! ADVAMC : water' ht.atet; backyard 'uten4.I *
i of right-of-way it needed ed vote of '
I a "complimentary" I iepth of blook-lde lv for small chil
across his property. But another ,12,791 in the county balloting dren. Ju>l;* ."blu<;lcn'from Po8. Of-
.nember Floyd Wiggins, who has I Tuesday. WE HAVE a new lon program fotfarm.rs. FOR SAI.R tice A 'tiiie home for the discriminating -
Loam of 1 to 6 year Ready mix concrete concrete block family( ran. See at 323 N.
? property along the proposed road Ray Green. incumbent State for the .entire crt Ut require- oms.. fence posts sand cement. Walnut M. Get' key t:85 N.
r"1I' I said he would grant the county a Comptroller, was also unopposed I mInts of the firmer and his family. I Motr mix. rock steel, oyster shell, Walnut St.- 'Kuone. WO 31191.
... .J Gainesville Production CredM! Unerock and Roof Gravel. Phone 'tecbl'
30 foot right-of-way, only if several -J and was given a Bradford vote of Association 10 Mortb Main W04-t %I. Bradford Engineering -
\ conditions were met. I 2,681. Gainesville, Fla, tfcia.RADIO' {>- tfchg Small furnished apaitraont for
rent. Se@'A..c. WIllIams WilliamsJewelrv.
SPECIALS : These conditions were that the All other unopposed Democratic 1 fVmple only. tfchg
I REPAIRED: For Expert Tree Call Our
county erect a gate across the { Surgery
nominees, from Supreme Court All Make AU Ke4teUMMble
I FOR SALE t IjedWin.\\i bath,
Afent \
road, at his property line that a judges to County Constable, received Charges raateM .
SHKPHERD'g RADIO A TV 224 N. Temple Phone WO' living dining r om, .and dca, masonry
I1AA4 kkGAS nearby pond be drained, and that I' complimentary votes in excess --- - I.... Gree. Owner 4-3963 house 01I..,.. corner lot

the county put in a new fence of 2.200 in Bradford ballot- I In a scene from the 10th grade kit, the sophs' version of Ptaochio. 412 E. can St. Pboae WO' 4-CM1 CALL with extra .building_)Jot. See by appointment -
Jackson for fill .OJjVt. C5411 FOH5J
gtarke.COLONIAL. YIa. top dIrt. ,. or
and posts:; where needed if the I ing. I BIIS Coach Lennard Register (Pinochio) has been turned, to buildczing and grading. W. T. W04-4J01. _'" >. tteh,.
Jackson, WO
present fence is moved. I wood and is being operated on in an effort to enable him to coach his FLORIST 4-4011. tlchg: House P'9r' ale I ,and '9 bad.<<

The commission turned the request Lawtey School I Tornadoes, a homecoming victory. Apparently the efforts of these !Only Flowers F. wired T. D. any Florist place.! In Flowers Starke. i I. FOR 8ALR rent.rooms"Xo: Small rinsing payment cast. ,]W.terms II. Noll.like

over to County AttorneyT. not too earnest successful I for all occasions locally. Phone!1> New and used Building Supplies 510 .Vv .
looking sopohoraores man. Cherry' St.
were for Tfchg
Registerled ''
& FUEL OIL Prank Landrum to negotiate To Teach First AidA I I WO 4.tIl1.l11I! Rant Nona St. tffhg1 rlve way pipe. 15' lengths Ji.J:!'
his team to 28-0 victory over :Feroandina Beach In Friday's Per foot. See Billy Jackson Jack- FOR RENT: Attractive close in
further with the land owners. I FOR RENT-Furnished apart lIOn thiilding Supplies. tfchg r
first aid class will be taughtat homecoming ments. Reasonable rates. Near 3 rooms and bath apartment. Very

The commission also approvedthe tjawtey Junior High School shopping center. Phone WO -2011 FOR RENT :5; room furnished reasonable. ,W. Hr" .N'oJlrnan, (10 N.
Central And sheriff's annual report. The1ier1ff's tilt.TORNADO or call at 211 8. .Cherry St. (Shell apartmens, 628 X. Church St. PhoneO Cb"rv St. ; Tfchg ,
starting Monday Nov. 14, from Oil Co. Office. >\ 4-5&S4 or apply at 518 N.
department turned back WHIRL\
tfchg Chur'., 'Istur.0IQ'1'4 woman wanted -
7 to 9 p. m. It is open to all per- ( St. tfchK '
I Fr'days to lilt with Ini.14
$165.30 to the county from lastyear's Iron and. -
sons of all ages. HASTINGS MATTRESS I FOR SALE 2 bedroom home whll= I hop. PKone' WO 4-
Space Heating budget. of I with utility room, automatic floor 7944.! ,ltehgVIfl'
The commission also okayedthe James Temple. principal : The eighth and twelfth grades coming Queen of 1960. The queenis & UPHOLSTERY WORKS I furnace. Cor. St. Clair and Bridges : -
Lawtey Junior High School. will St. J5.000. Phone WO : \-Pep < nflI''lI"drn' day
48391.4tchg: HT
I walked off with the two $25 prizes -
advertising for bids fora new assisted by pictured along with her court 710 Lemon St. Patetka 11-10 nr nl.bt. Call WOo 4-OSC3 or 409
roof to the county health clinic. serve as instructor for the best skits in their re, Sandra Whitehead. Brenda Hin- Center St.. ltD 11-18
Connie Clark of the Lawtey fac- spective divisions at the annual Furniture;; Repaired Upholstered FOR RENT:-': Lake front cottage ----i --i-I'-. '.'
NORTH FLORIDA Clerk Darby said the roof has son and Kay .Dennis. on page '1. completely furnished near Keystone WO\lA WANTEDto' live in
been bad for months and that ulty.Temple :Torando Whirl last.Thursday Also forming part of the queen's & Refinished Flights.. S40 month. Mrs. Oleott with sick person. 'Cebtatt John

funds.,,-ere put into the new budget said that the decision I night before a capacity crowd at court were three pretty princesses MATTRESSES\ REBUILTNew .1.4OQ) .rlcsonvllle.. 4fohg 11-10 Simpson; phone WO '44034.; Itcbj:

SUPPLY .'for the .new roof. to start'the 'class: was.made at a Bradford; Memorial'Stadium. I : Gayle Andrews 11th grade; Innersprings Burnished FOR RBNT .3 room with bath ACREAOJJ; WANTEbi; nacres or
apartment In
Don Champion farm foresterfor meeting of the Lawtey PTA Tuesday The' high point of the busy.',Jean Douglas, 10th, and'Barbara Mrs. Jessie Chastaln .Hampton Hampton.' .. under. Partially -cleared. "Write Box
night. He said that it is desired and Bo:Spring m-C Stark Jtp ll-)0
224 N. Temple Ave. Clay and Bradford Counties member Whirl night 'came, however, when. i Kirkland" 9th. Tfchg '. .
to have at least one ; .
In the skits this the DrQP Us. 'a Card ijr .Call
Phone WO 4-2113 r rted''to'thi board that 108 'from each family' *1n the communlity -1 Sara : Woddburn.' daughter of year 1C'R SALE ;- Jeep 4 wheel I. drive, House Trailer Fcc: S le-Mpdel. 1957
land owners 'in this county are and'Mrs.. N. L.. Woodl3iimjf] grades were divided into two di- PALATKA EA 09166STARKE tng box eouipped. Good condition. Great Lakes. ?7 ft- long byI tt.
.I take the course as an aid to Mr. visioni with grades 7,.-8 and 9 CAn be seen at 1300 Pratt SL Wv wide.: LocationHighway 235. 4
; receiving wood. land manage- Civil Defense in the area. Starke. was crowned BHS Home : \ WO. 45634f l t>. Thomao: phone WO 4-8044. Itchg milts north -.ProQkU at the,home
\ in One'group and 10. U and :12 .1. ,- :?t r *i -%*-4U yt -H -* s. *"! of Russell Grtert. tWner.onaId'
..,- 1 in another,-The eighth grade took .m$. ".GOY BHALLCR,. Starke.Ajeet House'Tfafler for'Rent' or Sale. Can Welch, itt I Vox'!u; Lake Butler,
*L. moved on four lot. J, B. White. VU. fhune Uy '<-';.8. Ucbg
the prize for the best skit in the WO: 4-1651.: ftp 11-10 ,
junior division with its version of -. FOR SALK -- Kerosene heater 50.-
\ FOR RENT .- New .2 bedrom house 000 BTU automatic fa& Ecellent
!"Sleeping Beauty." The' senior INTROPUCTORYOFFER' condition 135. Coiipelon phone
$50 mOo Phone WO 4-2465. Leo .
RMINMYS : class. for second year In a row I Itchg WO 4-0848.. ._ ---itp-_. 11-17

PRODuCE I won in the senior division with r.OLDKV PIANO SALE OPPORTI' ITY FOR ALE -' 3 biroxin house. 1

I 1115 portrayal of "Hansel and Gre- Engraved Business, Select your Christmas piano early mile ,from. Call City WO limits t'imr on Jilway ttp 11-17,100.South. ,
Stationery trom
I tel". out large stock. No payment .

The night ended with snake 500 Letterheads' mull prices 1961.'or terms.You Drop cannot card beat or' our Ph. FOR 'S.UE' ';- 'CoJ!cr&t.' block

FRIDAY' AND SATURDAY ONLY dance and pep rally led by the FRanklin 6-4145 collect today. THE house, t Jitory. with. 2 kt8 Raiford.
500 Large Envelopes MUSIC- CENTER 1025 W. Unlver- Fla. See Lamar' Reddish or'F.. H.

.. .. .." ,.,. BUS cheerleaders. around a huge \Mtv Av,., r.glnenvllle.$ Fla. Carradine, Lawteyf, Fla. Itcbg

bonfire across the field from the 500 Business Cards HAVE "OPENING FOR $5000.60 I I FOR hE T-i unfurnished\ housei

u. $. NO: i stadium( FINEST ENGRAVING YKAR- 'HOPSE MAN. WE'ARE A HOUSETO One log and'2 bedroom 1-3 bedroom blocK. frame centrjl.house/Mat(
48,05 WHOSE PRODUCTS H. starling, .Grahara, phone 25(3
Brooker. 3tp 11424

lbs. ; :30c Youth Commits Plate, Included FOR VERY DEALERSHIP NIGH: FAVORABLY ITNTO, 'FOR 100 YEARS.ACCEPTED A J 1 I FOR SALE Red.Sugir- Cane! seed.
Potatoes 2 Box
IS OPEN FOR THIS Mrs. Lawton Cr.WPr. l, .R* :
BRADFORD COUNTY. A MINIMUM OF $1000.00 AREA.l !?<, Starke. ttp 11-17 I

r. 2nd Sex Offense I TELEGRAPH VENT::' NECESSARY OTHER NEI I FOR SALE 194> Plymouth. Good
.QUALIFICATIONS ARE! running condition 1158. Contact
FOR SALE Building lots and ?5 TO 60. GOOD HEALTH. AND :i Margaret Hinsfn.: Hampton. Fla. Itp
Indian Mechanical Draftsman WITH AMBITION TO WANT TO!
acreages. -

BAN A N A S PEFRUiiize. 6 for In Two WeeksI drawing 4 room furnished tool set cottage$14. For for Rent-Christian T EARN*!RLY.A WRITE MINIMUM)tR. WHITE OF $5000.00 659WKST I. roomn.Furnished I 6//lt house N. 8t. fer Clair rent.St. 2 bed-Itp

19c 1 couple. In. I.. M. Clark East PEACHTREE ST. N. E.
I Peasant Rd. Box 440 phone WO 9- 8, GEORGIA. 4tchg 12-11 Nlgara reducing mahlae
I '
I IS45.! _: tfchg for sal I3J.SS at Dahmers. Itcbg
Yellow A Lawtey man, freed last week TWO HOMES IX STARKREarh -

under $1.000 bond,on rape charges mine.Draperies Call made Mr*. Your Howard material Tucker or, has s...bedrooms. ... rentral beat, Free Turkey with the purchase of
lIP U air .UI. deckle slake. console at l>ahmer',.
%: T. V. .
Ripe I)) i1; I Sweet has been jailed again this week l74 K>v.tfm ,Height. 4 ohp:' 11-1C waved treed. sew *.i ."er.. & 4tchg 12-1
Oar fc.. 980 .... ft. *f llr. tpaeetfcer
With' no bond on another rape FOR SALE Photo enlarger and one in 1S4 ... ft. RracoBabte
dark room equipment. Painters and '. Will baby sit In my home |1 day
charge. w Darnieat balance like re t.tliw
JUICY ORANGES naper hangers tools. Equipment. per chid. Also Ironing. Mrs. Marie
1141I I alee bBlldlar late IB CUT Badmall
3 lbs1 Sheriff P. D. Reddish said that Paint Sprayer Floor Polliher.machine.Hand Box aerra.ro trans eatiUe City.Fnrrn Jarvls.Starke. Jflway. 108, .9 mi. E.Itchg.ss of,
Sander. Mimeograph
Janies. Alfred Starling, 24, was 104X SUrke. gtp 11-10 rrBMaably priced. sad well

I arrested again Monday nightandhas located.-I. I. Tho..... ".IIIt.P. It SYLVANIA TV's

I 2 Dozen 49c I I'' been charged with rape on 3 Heights bedroom t county block home north In Orange caution I .Sales t Sfrric
29c ipl-* FOR SALE
Kenmore wood clr-
301. It 'largo trees, -
the complaint of a .20-year old i good light garden on and chicken pecan spot Good rulaMne heater $15.00. Bobby Dyal, STARKE HADIO & TV
Starke who is married and DnPont
on Rd.
women J from La wt t'T, Itp
__ I water. Will exchange f2.500 equity Phone WO 4-8511
Fresh has three children. for free and clear mobile home,i .
vacant property auto or' what have I FOR. SALE 1J51 Dodge % ton 'nUGID iRE
Red Starling was am ted last week you. 'Write Arnold B. Goodwin. COH nli k. in. Perfect condition 1S,00mites.
when mother he had Roosevelt Blvd or call EV 8-JS7S * repjrted
i STRING' BEANS or after ( p. m. :Spring, 1-SIS8.. Urs.. Phil Studer, phone Waldo. Jloh .
raped her 12-year-old daughternear 2tchg 11.10 rt PQ9.!(<< ftp
CALIF. GRAP! JocUl Bermuda Hay, $19 per ton
Rowel Lake. A local doctor "= at barn. 115 per ton delivered. Santa -
,, Wanted Combination housekeeper 'OR S-'IE- or Trade about %5acee Juan Btncb Highway 21, phone
k't examined the child and confirmed
!<' and baby sitter. 4 days and some fully equipped. highlyde- Keystone Height 47J2. ZIp 11-17
'<" ::: that she had been molested. evenings. Ph. WO 4-7484. tIP 11-10 veloped on 301 hlway. Paul Parker. .. .
".", ...$ < d Box 44S, Starke. phone WO 4-141.
? <
ij I ,; 2 | YOU MAY BE THE ONE UP pillars iOc ea. Small nil beater for
2 lbs. ft\ (..' Starling also last week signeda We're looking for to show A- tank coipecUon price '$. Nice iron
In. plow for by-
petition for' an inquisition of VOX'S completely ,NEW ,Christ- Idranlic lift like new $100. Also 2 bed with mattress and E. Beam good Jlrln.1price' Bt 2
incompetency in the county mas Gifts and Toiletries.. ContaitOuldacsweatF.o.Boi tractors for sale. Panl Parker, Box 116. Cyrq Starke.
Box 2-B, Mown
Yellow Tender 2 lbs 2Sc judge's office. He tad< been found ; 540 418. Starke. phone WO' 4-14S1. ltD- i -'fc- :tp 1117kFOR

29c.SQUASH I mentally Incompetent by two local '
Live Oak, Fix DRIVE A LITTLE SAVE A LOTS. REXT '- XJaraga apartment.
physicians.In Always below<< market and clean in Living room 'Mg *dro in. kitchen,
used mobile homes. Lake Geneva
this week's case, accoVding: IItLP bath and screen porch. Modern con
"\ & FEMALE Trailer Park. 1 mile S. E. Keystone venncel.Cisan.. .QrDI. M. -See
_ _ _ Fresh Mustard, to the sheriff, the woman said: MAN ('i! WOMAN '- to take over- Heights on Highway 100. 4tchg 1.1t'OP. Mrs. Weilef 'Andr w ; $<7 W. Madison
Starling and Harold a Dealership In Starke. Products Established St. -, lIp
A ; Weekly profits of $ O.'O 8AU3-Pencb flaw, joiner, drill I .
TURNIPSani1 DULLARDS 2Sc19c local ,restaurant employee and or mnre at start possible. No In. press band saw, 3% horse electric ; s-OR BEST *r gale .*. J bedroom
no relation to County Commis- vestmentnecenary.. Will help yon motor C A. Gainey, Lake. Butler. nnfuroUbed block: .oo e. lira. O. R.
get started. Writ. C. R. Ruble, 2tp 11-2T Jr. t If St, phone
HEAD LETTUCE. Alvarex Epptraon
'sion r Harold K. Norman picked nept. N'-J. Watkins Products Inc.. WI, .1631.. .ltchc
her up about 6 p. m. at her home. "r.mnhlll 2. Tenn. Itp .
I I North Carolina met were driving a pick-up FOR 8.tLE''s .......M bIDkhun. For SALE -'Electric" Stove, electric
truck belonging to Norman's .... n..wMtt n.... B e..ur.u refrigerator and other 'Jnl eeUan-
71bs. ...11_.... Patle a.< MtsUr Bar- Soul furaltore Ulltoa Mealier
SWEET.POTATOES 39c brother and' were, going to take. Hfli. Pit. frif4 t. s+0. J1S Pratt Hampt JL UP
the woman to the local* restau- !Si. Pb... WO 4-5191 .'. WO 4-3211.
: tfehKTTOUES FOB SALE tlog. Mr* Gjq, JSroover: .
rant. where, .She. works.. Qriffl Loop UP
< i nEJL SALESMEN -Former ,
But instead they droveto the
PurpleTipand I I Insurance Men Route Salesmen FOR BALK-J CGle mB .pt) floor .
Sampson 'Lake area where Norman II -any .nerrf.tW-man. who wants urnacei, 1 oil,apace heater*, '4 fireplace ,
I got out of the' truck Star- to make mon'T. W*. not' '*;-.. 11" mantlet H O. Bolinger 421

BLACK EYE PEAS lbs. 39c.. ling then locked the doors. gota I Join to' anal Sale moner-maktoc Force of South': *position.faMert N. Walnut. st: ,phone. WO 4-2111.Ucbg I

shotgun from under the seat growing business. Train fnr m.wsrerlal '
and forced the girl to undress i nosltlno- whtl ..em tI g. We IN CITJ POUND t'bak and tan !
i need Salesmen and Lead) lien In Ptagle hound female. } red ,.gnd I
and attacked her. Then Starling i this area, (restart Arthur O. Silver white potte$ wle bound t white .
: got out of the truck and beat p *. .1'% T.i...w..r, at h"i *-. bird. setter male, l yellow and I
i vllle. Florida ELgin t-1219 'Southern Tee Service white tlrd winter, sale, Owners '
Norman. then had the girl drive Complete
Market States Homes. Vlne h pI1 'htve by
may paying advertisingcost
Dowling t R001I the truck off. ,p....._ 1P'I'.. ".11 it 11-24:! Pruning Bracing :-- DeMowing ; and board. pontaet tttx Police. I

She stalled the vehicle -I ItchgSLVJER
I yw-w 'Mf) UTR TOJO1N Catity Work Tree Ed- '
in a clump of palinetto bushes. I PVEN1XQ: CT/SPFS"' ; fltr tdalt". All moral: -.Trauplaatbtl'Sapp' SEWINGMATE _
her around.At -1e"'tL' fredlt Ifwsntd.. Write repree8tatlT will be fc Btadforl I
henStarling: slapped Director. Pox; U.8, $tarke,: or' caD Tree Surgeons Co. Monday and Friday Per fer I
Across 'Street From Setzer's In Starke this point two coon hunters WO 4-3S71. or visit Adult Edoea- PETE SAPP OwaerSTAEEE. rice on any make maestae! writS I
., Fate.Harper and Jimmy Earls lion Office.! USO! Bid?. fe" additional or can Singer Sewing Macktae Ca
;j ,. both' of' Starke happened along Inf rmatloJL- Negro adults .._..PHONE_WO" i-SSW I 402 N.- Marion St. .r Phone "..
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i KEYSTONE :HIGHLIGHTS UF Students nn.. yyyyy yy..yy.

Observe Melrose
S By Mary K. Schaxffer: Music ClassesEight ,


.. Mrs., Alico Bothhammer
men and'women
from the
Queen Cheryl ReignsAs 'Field Of Eight music education class of Dr. Doris "AA&&AA& .&&..A...
Homecoming Queen : -
Seek Council Posts Schmidt of the University of Florida -
Saturday evening. Nov. 5. was came to Melrose School November Mr. and Mrs. T O. Nichols and

an important one for the boys At Keystone HeightsThe t 2 to observe the music son Ronnie of Quitman, Ga. visited -

and girls of Keystone Heights : .. ; : classes taught by Mrs. Rheua .1 Mr. and Mrs. d. R, Ganp.
School. It was their first Home- field of candidates vying t i! Stakely. Mr. and.Mrs. Gilbert Whitmanof

coming game and the student for ,three upcoming vacancies on The classes Largq visited Mrs. Whitman's
a observed showedthe
body hadelected a queen chosen the Keystone Heights Town : sister and ,brother-in-law Mr.

from a group of "top ten" girls. Council 'climbed to eight this : I first techniques and of eurythmics for and and Mrs. Carl Ford.
second grades. Beginning
The lucky girl to become the week with the addition of two t4 d : -cpc : rhythmic reading and rote Mrs. Alfred Alrth and Mrs.
Thomas Radford of Live
more "hopefuls". L. (Jim Oak
first Homecoming Queen at Key-
songs with the action
:: ; games also visited their mother. Mrs. Maude
Hetherington.. and William Lee.
stone Heights School was Cheryl
: were seen. Music theory presentation -
Rogers, last .
Those counted in the Wednesday.Mrs.
Cherry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and
,practice were shown at
Celesta West of Gainesville
Earl Cherry. The next four "runnerups' race were Gene Williams and the sixth grade level. The fifth -
g_ ? visited"'Mr, and Mrs. O. R-
were respectively Reba Corbett Terrell, incumbents; G. k I a grade
was observed in a lesson
Hall, Vi( Ridaught, Janie McMur- E. Wiggins Leo Hill Ray Chance, with flutes Gano. ,
; group sing- Mrs
try, and Margarita Float and' and C. J. (Pete] O'Conner. Nettie Mann is in the Baptist
1 Memoriaf! Hospital in Jacksonville
they composed the queens' courts Reportedly, there is a possibility : ing.This -
: is' the second of with a broken arm.
It was an impressive sight when. of at least two more candi- Otis
the her attendants and : dates before the qualifYing'deadUne J} w .. University of Florida students to Yates of Quitman, Ga.
queen visited Mr. and Mrs: O. ,R. Ganp.
their escorts marched onto the of 7:30: p .m. November 15. visit the music classes of Melrose Mr.
and Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer -
field at half-time. TheQueer's:, In addition to the two regular under the teaching of Mrs. Stake- and
family spent the week-
two escorts were John Allen and 1 vacancies coming up at this time, i ly. Contfeued f
( on text Pago)
Mike I. vom. Jimmy McMurtry there is an additional seat to be

was with Reba Hall; Alec Living filled for the unexpired term of

ston with Vi( Rldaught; Eric Red- Council Chairman H. L. Ownbey '

team with Janie McMurtry; and who has resigned effective next Chiefland Wins FIRST HOMECOMING- .QUEEN- I ZIKE DECORATING SHOPIn

George Leath with Margarita January. .

,Float. The ,election will be held on Over KeystoneAt Cheryl Cherry, blonde daughterof night by Mayor M. L. Beasley Chiefland are members of her

Cheryl was crowned with all Tuesday, Dec. 6. HomecomingA ,Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cherry was Cheryl was selected for the honor court. Janie McMurtry, Reba Hall Wiggins Building >- Keystone'Heights

crowned Queen of the first an- from among 10 contestants.
due pomp and ceremony by Mayor -- Vi Ridaught and Margarita
M. L. Beasley. She then assumed twisting, turning 70-yard nual Keystone Heights School Pictured with her at half-time PAINTS AND

her place on 'the throne.. pep-rally "pow-wow" at the Reservation punt.return in the fourth quarterby Homecoming event last Saturday festivities during the game with Float. (QU( PON8

constructed on the 50-yard line and a good time was Chiefland "B" squad half- ...
with her court around her, for had by all.Woman's back Wayne Pridgen inflicted a ISfAIUSIIIOIIGI j ,

the last half of the game. Club News 7-0 defeat ,on the Keystone

On the evening preceding the At the executive Board Meetingof Heights Indians last Saturday Wall Paper Samples .'

game, there was a bonfire and a the Keystone Heights Woman's night contributing the only sour

Club on November 1, the publicity I note to an otherwise festive t _
director was instructed to stress I homecoming event.
We Do Papering and PaintingFREE
the importance of the Keystone The blue and white Indians of .

KEYSTONE Heights Duplicate Bridge Club to I Coach Earl Cherry staged a deep ; Estimates Phone 4505
This year'the '
the Woman's Club. ''
passing attack with no huddle in .
Club is the ; :
Woman's sponsoring .
; the waning moments of the gamein -..
CERAMICS Duplicate Club. a desperate attempt to give the "' <<' ,'

'. The Duplicate Bridge Club first homecoming crowd of Key- ,, 4.CHEERINGYFOR One of the most important things in this world to

meets every Thursday night at stone fans a tie score* but the B. ., 'H' \ us is real estate We can help you in the sale or

the Woman's Club building at'l:3p.ft game ended before the payoff. : purchase of real
property property managementappraisal
Green Ware You '. H t 'K -
is to the public. '
: open The Indians forced Chieflandto of residential lake Business
"' ." ; { ',, or p'r y. -

Supplies %. need not be a member of theWoman's punt and began Keystone's: last : ..' ..... .. ..."\......(;;I.. .> .\ .. ,- ', ;. 't., Acreage Farmland Mortgages -. For confidential
to duplicate.
Club play .
Custom Firing ditch drive on their own 30. After 'r., >f "
''.. c service see .
.,. ,
I Both men and women are invited.If '" ic "
Lessons you like .bridge-and most folks two incomplete passes and a :t ......... ;;-< ..-fO.'.,....".". ., ESTATEDC.
blocked attempt, George
Personalized Gifts in Keystone do-come and play pass 'r,.. i It,. REAL .
Leath hit halfback John Allen '! .
Finished Gifts duplicate for an evening of en- with a long toss to the visitors' ., : .
joyment. Some people think it is !
13 yard! line. .
W. A. BESSETTE complicated game, but we are -
I.a Using no huddle. Leath fired .. ._ -. '. ..: ., .
days-bridge ,
': ';; toU-lhaUanyone wha '1' "- ..:.i .;;;.r.i, -
rldi.1t three beforVthTfinatwhistle'
: ';" more4'passes
d ,214 at all can teahvto. play dujfljcate. sounded but 'all fen in-r TIE INDIANSx : -I- l ay : ',

"WaUhfor sign with a few elementary instructions. "Chuck'-N PV013aat1S }
complete. .
Phone GRanite t Cheerleaders pictured at, the Ridaught. Vi Ridaught, and Mary Cherry.In -
The next program meeting of Keystone picked up eight first Keystone Indians pep rally prior Ann Schaeffer their smart blue and white Associate Phone 4297S
downs to Chiefland's six, 100 ,
the Womans' Club will be on Nov. on to the Homecoming game last Unable, to attend the rally and skirts and sweaters, the Cheer-

i total yards gained, in the defen- weekend are [fl-rl Reba Hall. Dianne not pictured were: Gail Cross, leaders add much 'color and en- Keystone Heights

sive battle The visitors collected I Brokas Nancy Button, Lee Margarita Float, and Cheryl thusiasm to'.the Indians' games.
addition to Prid- -
107 yards in

,CO 'CATORS gen's '70-yard TD scamper. Prid Melrose Continues minate them from championship -- -, .
gen also ran the PAT contention.
March To Title
I Coach Joe Phillips' powerful \
Kick 'Off' Goal To Go Junior WomenOf With 32-14 Win six-man team has proved to be -

I the surprise in the Riverland

Keystone Heights Melrose convincingly defeated Conference this. year. After wallowing .
14,000 feet of lake front Two Beautiful Homes built Hawthorne Friday' night by a in the conference cellar .... .
__L..!: 'X..: '
22 acres' high, dry welldrained for gracious living. Executives : Report On Projects score of 32-14 to continue its undefeated for several ;years the team has .,, n6Wa -

land. Lots of i elbowroom transferred.- 417,506 march toward the River- risen to unprecedented heights in i

'and room for developand 19800. Homes you An outstanding report of accomplishments land Conference Football Champ- r a few short weeks under Phillips' .

mrat. 10500. '1-S down. want, here you want them. of the Junior Wo'-! ionship, and ruined the Hawth- I expert guidance

man's Club of Keystone Heights: orne homecoming celebration.A The ,
Bulldogs have played the I
during the past year, as well as! .. .
from .
large visiting role of spoiler several times this
50 Yard Gain Touch Down Fla. projects scheduled for the coming Melrose and Keystone Heightswas year by using their great offen- .

year, was given by Mrs. Rich- on hand to watch the mightyMelrose sive and defensive strength to VIt.J-

ard Murrhee, president, at a District monsters master the haP-
Lake Lots 1.500 up 25 percent Lake front homes in pretty ; 5, Florida Federation meeting -,, eliminate the conference powers .
Hawthorne Hornets and eli-
for less one by one as they came up against -
down-5 years to pay. settings. Homes built in Ocala last week. 1

Half Moon. Khlto Sand living comfort. Lake Sante Other officers attending the: them.

Combine recreation and InFe., Lake Brooklyn Hail meeting from Keystone Heightswere This Thursday night the unbeaten -

vestment. Lake and others. Mrs. W. I> Bunce, treasurer; Substitute Clerk Bulldogs ended the season I' ?Jo.
To Be Given with a Journey to try to tame the .SK .r
Mrs. O. J. Murrhee Jr., recording Exam
secretary: and Mrs. T. E_ Garnar, Trenton Tigers who have only
For Lake Geneva POThe one loss to their credit and ,
Realtor are
S. E. M'KAY Appraiser Jr., first vice president.
only remaining championship
Among the club activities reviewed -
Murrhee U. S. Civil Service Com- contenders. A win or tie by the ;
by Mrs were:
Associates Mrs. Melba'Ilgen, and Mrs. Irene Brault Helped clothe a family whose mission has announced an exam-of' Bulldogs would give the crown to ;;9 up t
ination for
filing positions Melrose. A loss to Trenton would
1 house was destroyed by
Phones 3071 2051 2391 4151 Contributed toward lighting of substitute clerk for the Lake' provide f two-way tie for the
Geneva post office. .
championship award which will
1 the school football
at No experience is required, but i be presented in Trenton at the
Adopted a cottage of 36 girls .
applicants will be required to passa i "
Sunland Training Center, includ- Riverland Conference meeting
written examination. Starting
ing a monthly party and gifts. there on November 15. I
salary is $1.82. per hour.
Buying a set of encyclopediasfor ,
the school to aid In the accreditation All persons interested may get
application forms or informationat

\ program.Contributed their local post office or at CHIROPRACTICSCORES'
$100 to the summer ,
Room 323, Federal Building, 311
recreation program.
Planning to provide a Thanks- W. Monroe St. Jacksonville. ANOTHER VICTORY

v r e giving family.basket of,food for a needy house. More information' later. T A recent survey files of reveals Workmen'sCompensation that c! i .pa:

/ Helping the Boosters
Friday, Dec. 2, will be the date the ,cost of Care in back Injury
refreshments at the football
serve is the modern
of the Annual Woman's Club way fora modern day
GEORGIAThe treated
games concession stand: cases by Chiropractors
Bazaar. It will be a big affair this
Helped with PTA Halloween was $%Q.8! while the cases treated .
year, Come and spend the day. CLEANER! Flameless electricity Won'tamudge BETTER I Flamelefii electric eooUnj preserve
State Captlol at Atlanta also contains the State Carnival. Luncheon will be served at noon. by other methods was $SI.ts per pots and pans nor produce,lOOt load color, flavor add healthful. '

Museum of Science and Industry with exhibits of min Sponsored Cancer Fund Drive There will also be a bakedgoodsbooth I I case. This Hot only represented a r and greasy film to dirty your kitchen mineral.Vitamins arenot"boiled away/*
raising $149.15. others. i large 'financial saving to the in. walls and curtains. Up to 15% less meat ahrmkt je. '
among many
frats, fossils and Indian material It is but one attraction : Help support local Defense
Civil Party At Morgan'sMr. fioranOB company but the employee COOLERI Flaaeleas electric cooling CHEAPER!The operaimf corf of:mod*

on a tour set up by Atlanta hotels for their guests. program. and Mrs. H. L.'Morgan Jr. ,was returned to work'with keeps the kitchen 8 to 16 degrees'cooler 'eat e1 trie range ia about a pttmy ioisal

Other attractions on this package tour include the 50- i Sponsor a caroling party for entertained at their .home on \'l the time loss! which meant a than flame-type units which emit,heat per person. Saashiaa ..ftectricty
the young people. along with soot and other products. of is the biggest bargain ia torn.
foot-high Cyclorama telling the of the Battle of lake Geneva Saturday evening '
story Programs to raise money. saving not only to'the employeebut combustion..

Atlanta the huge_granite dome thatis Stone Mountain, Cater dinners*for Keystone. Nov. 5. with a buffet supper. The to' the employer,as welL i EASIER, Electric automatically See your electrical sppliaacd .
I. supper table was set in the recreation ranges fay and en joy.the tteaxags of f mia
the master Coca-Cola plant, and'Emory University Lions Club.Sponsored. When' accidents strike you cansave provid exactly measured heat at finger electric cooking
a car wash day I room and when everyone both"time l and money by contacting tip controL .,-.................. '
where you may see the pulpit of John Wesley, father covered dish had. been served, they could eat w0.1SAIER1
Sponsored a sup- f ibex
are geod
Chiropractor at once. I teaeoaa w&y,
your Electricity flame-free tezes-
r" of Methodism, Atlanta, a city you will long remember. per and also a bake sale. I. in the house on the patio, or in Bring'JVUJ". health problems to free for precious peace B of mind.No,danger j nearly A o JBIn Florida f famKia
the overlooking the lake,
next yard ham >wlicbd to tteetrfa cooklnc..
variety how ,
Planning a from
$ flanvs. No
where chairs had been set up. open constant-burning 1 CaB your iwcmt FPJ,0RS$*aM "J .
spring. pilot li ht.Safe electric I
theDr. as an
The weather was Ideal, and the HgiitbuJU. ; 0 t the facta, g
THE KEYSTONE STATE Co-sponsoring a dance next H.:G. Bellinger
BANK month with the Lions Club. full mon coming up over the lake

was a sight to behold. Needless to Chiropractic, Offices

22, at which time Mrs: Allen Graham say the food was delicious! About '
423.N.Walnut St 5
MEMBER F.D.I.C. director of District '5 of 25 couples enjoyed the party with -

A Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community Florida Federation of Woman's. the Morgans. Phone WO 4-2881 Starke

,Keystone Heights, Fla. Clubs will give a book review. Local Ladies Attend or
& LldHT0tfX0 .
728'E. Ave. KPAM.V
On Thursday Dec 1, at 5:30p. District Garden MeetingMrs. University

m.. the Woman's Club'will hold Emery H. Cooper and Mrs. Phone. 2860- Gainesville 'EELPlIB FLORIDAr' -

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; Mrs. Herbert Sargeant and eon, Starke. and half from Keystone. i evmnn TY.Y#. Triest cabin 'at, Salt Springs Sat I dent, in charge. Miss Dorothy Phillips. OTICK Or IVTEXTIOXTO \
KEYSTONE I Mr. and Mrs. John Ruffini and Lions Turkey Shoot MELROSE urday night. Ross, Home Demonstration Agent, I The District Superintendent | KK daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gar- Don't forget the Turkey Shoot Bajy;, >Dampfcr, who is. attending demonstration I :' Notice is hereby; gtven that the I
i j gave a on how to Rev. McKinley of Gainesville, will] undersigned, under the provisions
,ner, all of Keystone. Guests from sponsored by the Keystone Lions f r Johns Junior College at Pa-[,i use powdered milk, in the diet. hold services at the Methodist1'I; of Chapter !&.' *, Lars of l'1orida.
HIGHLIGHTS i Starke included Bob Lapp and Nov. 12 .....y..Y..... I' Avis t-f 1911'wtll
on Saturday: at Pangborn's latka spent the weekend with his New officers were elected for the register with the
Church Friday evening at which the Clerk of the Circuit ,
II i Court in
nen YYYYT TTTYTT.Y.. his two children Mr. and Mrs. lumber yard from 1 to 6 [Continued from Preceding. Pael i parents, the R. C. Dampiers- I j coming year. They are: President, I time he will also( conduct Quarter and for BnuUvcd' VHMUr.. FUirlda,
Harod!, Gay' and two children, and p. m. Chester Searle, who,]is employed i.Mrs. T;, W Mar [er; VicePresident -r4if'h)1 .f" gtftuf of pv fllit-
(Continued from Preceding Page) 1 Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shurford and CHURCH NEWSCommunity end with :.Irs. Rothha miner's parents -! in Sti,,, Petersburg, spent"t the weekend 1; Mrs. Dave Green; Secretary, i "tlon'.,."otEps 4 v.*s' J 1itih'M-htl: narti"hc Fk-t.tious, under
two children Church 'AJr Jin4 Mrs. Clyde Wesley, here Searle ; whfcb, r/aru engaged in business at
with firs and :Mrs. Lottie Edwards;, Treasurer,
Fremont Tolles attended the an- ._ ,
nual meeting of District 4 of the."Art Booth To Attract The Young+ ;. People) of the, Community _- .of Gainesville. i I'daughter, Jan., j I Mrs. Ira Douglas. illi; RIGHT POINT for ihf .V'ltft l:.ellipse t''I, !A\e.U South! Starl"Thompson Kla.PonaM -
of Garden Many At Bazaar Church will meet at the TarrySires a1U Boy Silva, Price :U Fisher i of Baltimore,! 1 way you write. Come ie and s1 *- St Starke, Fla., Hole owner.
Florida Federation
Mrs C, J. O'Connor will be home of Dr. and Mrs. Holt at both oC Miami spent 4 few days I Il Md. is Visiting Mrs. Delaney Dickinson ..... ..IT YYTTYWTT.Y 1 hrt your favorite ESTERBROOKi i Hated this 2iUi Jay <>t October,
Clubs latka at Ravine Gardens Nov. 4.in Mrs.Pa- charge of an interesting booth at 63Q on Sunday Yepb1:. Nq 13. l last week"* witty Mjr, ajnd M.r, 4.c'I ,, ..,. ,'- .- i Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH, t.uaty.A. D. Floirlda.1'1M at Starke.10-29 Hr 4t ad 11.10"AMBU'LAItCiE ford
on Friday. the Woman's Club Bazaar on December Dr. Holt wilt show his slides on Spires. Mrs. Rhoda.Danu>ier'IsltGd t
and Mrs. tA.WTEY .. ,
the delegate, .
Cooper was 2. Jt will be an Art Exhibition the English and Scottish Cathe MrsLcnnie Norton of Clearwater Mrsti Buckles,, the.Lake City*Sep n '-- I
Tolles the alternate delegateof W
was Booth, featuring the work drals. All-young people of Junior visited friends, in Melrose lectlve' Service clerk.;In'St Vta- ** -t *y '* v> SEIIVICF
the newly organized Garden done by local artists, and we un- High School age or older. are invited recently. ;: ent's Hospital in Jacksonville By Eaz$ Blanchard I
Club of the Lakes. derstand there are quite a few. to attend. Mrs.. Hutton 'LaBreck of Wednesday night. .*- tai c. c 1f,4. ". -,, : PHONE WO 4-2GOO .

The next regular meeting of the Come and sec the display of talent The Sunday School teachers Gainesville visited her ,sister and .Miss Reba 'Thompson entertained .l tx.at.tl.oryreTr.rye.arst't'he' ".."', "' "' '', 'f.y. ,.
I "
Garden Club of .the Lakes will be I of people you know. There meeting: which was scheduled for brother-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Cfc her Jet Cadets of the Bible) 'Executive' Committee of';' DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home !
held on Thursday, Dec. 1, at 11 j!will be oil and water-color paint- Nov 8 will be held instead' on I R. Gano. I Club with' a weiner roast ftt d the Lawtey Jr.' High School met atj I UeYitt-C.\ Jones Registered Funeral Director J
a. m. The date has been changeddue I i ings and some ,ceramics. Some of Nov. 15, Tuesday evening, at 7:30: Judge and Mrs. C. I. TolI s attended -i immunity center Monday 'after .the- School Thursday' afternoon) |
to the regular meeting date I the things will be for sale, too. in the' educational' building.St. the banquet at 'the Hotel' noon after Bible Club. 'Mrs:'-DyB.:Thonia$ and 'Donald \ Starke Fla.' I

falling on Thanksgiving Day. The i;Juniors To Meet Anne's EpiscopalThe Thomas on Nov_4th. to meet Mrs: I Mr and Mrs0..:Zeigler and :visited Mr.' Fhotnas' mother, Mrs.I Rental Service: Hospital Beds, Wheelchairs Crutches
meeting will; be a Workshop and The Junior Womans Club will Women of St. Anne's met John (Barbara Eisenhower grandson Randy, of Gainesvillewere :Sallie Green', la Jacksonville Saturday ], ,
the project will be the making of meet tonight [Nov. 10J] at 8:00: p. at the Parish House Thursday, Mrs George Thigpen and "'visiting Mr. Zeigler's sisters, ,. Mrs. Green' has just 'returned -', I
corsages. Mrs. Harold Duke of m. in the Club House. Members Nov. 3.The daughters? Marilyn; and George- Mrs. J/D.'Griffis and Mrs. R.' C. I home' after spending several 'I Ii .. "
Jacksonville a national corsage will bring canned goods to this covered dish supper usually ann, of East Palatka visited MrsThigpenV Dampier: and their families last*i weeks' in a hospital I. We eliminate the middleman's profit" I II
instructor, will conduct the meet- meeting to fill a Thanksgiving held at the' Parish House the parents' ,Jtfr.' and. Mrs. Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs. Jim starling or '
ing. Basket for a needy family. They third Wednesday of the month Robert CasOn. S.Rev. and Mrs. M. L. Packham I|l Glen at. 'Mary were Sunday dinner One! Quart '
Fews Entertain are also collecting costume jewelry will be held at Goldhead Branch Mr and Mrs. Evan Spires: spenta Seen,in/Pierson Sunday where he guests*of Mr and Mrs-'H. C- I F R E E With Each J
With Picnic Buffet for Christmas gifts for their State Park Recreation Center on few days last week in,M aml' conducted services at the Baptist Wainwright; Mr.. Starling is Mrs.' or Gallon One you buy. r r Ia
Mr. and Mrs. William Few en- cottage of girls at Sunlan'd TrainIng November 16. All Episcopalian Mr. and Mrs. (X R,:Gano and Church, both"morning and even.- 'jWainwright's I Uncle-
tertained at their home on Lake invited attend. daughter and son MelUssa.' Ann v Nelson Blocker and
School in Gainesville, which families are to jig. sons, and Prices Start at $2 qt. .-$5.98 GaL j
Geneva en Sunday afternoon, the Juniors are sponsoring this The Acolyte Training Meeting' and Ray and a friend- Mlsj'Sher- :Mr and Mrs* Leon Tomlinsonand Mrs. W.jM: Blocker of Lake City
Nov. 6, for members of the Plant ,year. will'be held on Saturday Nov. 12,' ry Youngman had -supper t ""Wit daughter, Glenda of Jack visited'Mrs. K. H: Harley Sunday,
Technical Group of DuPont Co. I Mike Is 17; Gary 16 at 10:00 a. m., at the Parish Mrs. R/P.; Gano in 'Hawthorne sonville 'were weekend guests Of Rer. TL.. Howe 'visited Coleman MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
and their families. The weatherwas recently. Philips in Jacksonville 'Sun
| The home of Mr. and Mrs. House. Mrs Tomlinson's mother Mrs.
lovely, and the group enjoyed {Charles Foster on'Hutchinson I Ii Children's' Confirmation Classes The Revival was drawn to an Lacy Wynn day. On Monday he visited Fran- 501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588
eating out-of-doors and taking i Lake was the scene of festivities are held at 11:00 a. m., Saturday. end with a supper Saturday'night A',number of people from here Campbell in the Veterans Hospital '
boat rides -on the lake. It was a E( on Saturday evening I Nov. 5. Adult Confirmation Class meetsat at the educational .building. by braved' the chilling 'winds Thurs at Lake'City. 1 -- "- JHUSU! S
bit chilly for swimming, but Bill when their son, Mike, celebrated 4:30: p. m. Sunday, and is open the Baptist.Fellowship.' dad'and Friday nights for the Mr; and Mrs. Marvin Warren
Few's boat, Bob and in the his- Winners of Duplicate and daughter of Jacksonville i
Lapp's John i his 17th birthday, and his friend to; anyone interested Melrose Homecoming events at Bradford en
Ruffinis boats were kept busy f Gary BUss, celebrated his 16th tory of the Church and "Reasons Bridge are; first place., Mrs. Arnold .. High School. joyed'' Sunday dinner and a visit LAKE BUTLER BOTTLED[ GASFor
touring the lake. birthday at the same party There for'Being an Episcopalian." Larsen and Miss Iva Hillyer; Peopled this community who with Mr.: and Mrs. j. E. Warren.
Guests included Mr. and 'Mrs, was dancing and plenty of good St. William's Catholic second place; Mrs- Mary Cook and enjoy reading! are appreciative of Everyone is pleased to know
Joe Pawlikowski and three children refreshments.,There were about 20 Altar boys for November will be Miss Sally Mansfield; third place, the fine services rendered by the that Truby, Wainwright Is at and
Mrs. Mary Smulski, Mr and guests in all, about half from as follows: Nov 6, Sunday. Lee irs. Mae Henderson: ant} Mrs. ladies operating the Bookmobile home again after a few days in Cooking Heating
Sutton and George Allen: Nov. Ray Starnes: fourth Place Mrs. from Gainesville Library that St. Vincent's Hospital. $6.5Q Per Iptj l Ib, Cylinder
13, Herbert Nelson David Schaeff Roy Becky and :Mrs. Bea CooperQazaar serves this area., Those who have Bennett QreeaQr Morence, Arizona -
f[ ; Nov. 20, John Allen and Jim- To Be Held not taken:advantage of this free visited Mrs. Selma Eunice I
my Fox; Nov. 27, Carlton ,and The Episcopal Church Womenof service are u..78to: do so. The and other"'members of the family -.,. Heater Special ----
Billy Meng. Trinity Church will present next scheduled stop at Theressa during'the "week. Mrs. Eunice is'!
Tuesday morning Mass Servers their annual bazaar this year: In is Friday; Nov. 25, at 11 a. 'm.;, in Mrs. GreenV mother: Mr. Green BTU 29.50 J
wiN be: Lee Sutton Nov 8; David the form of an International Fiesta front of Mrs. J.: ,P. Dickinson's was called East on account of the 25,000 Space Heater -
Schaeffer, Nov. 15; John Allen, Nov. 17 and 18. home. death of his father, L. L. Green 40,000 BTU Space Heater 39.50
6 MILK Nov 22; and George Allen, Nov. The bazaar Will'begin at 10 o'-I Brownie Recipe of New Smyrna.
clock each morning and be open Several' people have asked me Mr and Mrs. Winton Parrishof
29.Choir Phone HY 6-4351 .: Lake Butler
Practice will be held until 9 p. m- for my Brownie' recipe now' that Avon Park were visiting :Mr
every Wednesday evening at 7:30 pecan' time is here. Try it-it's and Mrs.,Brad 'Norton and other I
92c! gal. p. m-, and every Sunday from 12 TRINITY ETISCOPALClItiKU simple and ,delicious! friends last weekend.Mrs. !
noon until 1 p. m. These practices MELR09E 1 run shortening.., 4 oz.. choco- Eunice Massey of Tampais t tr't
are imperative if we are to Sundays10 -ii..-lit, Church late, 1 1-2 cups sifted all-purpose spending sometime with her \ I r r 1'I; t q 1 I
have our music ready for Christ- School. 11:15 a-m., Morning Prayer flour teaspoon baking powdet son.' Rev; A. E. Massey and. I, .'t', ; -I--' ,.Fl'I 1\,
4 mas. and Sermon (First: Sunday. 1 teaspoon salt 4 eggs, 2 "cups ily. tam-I i. L "' !
PersonalsMr. Holy Communion). 6 p.m. Episco- sugar,-2 teaspoons vanilla, 2 cups Mr. and Mrs. Paul I ,I i
Eggs Breads and Mrs. Joe Pawlikowski pal Young Churchmen., "* chopped pecans. St. Augustine spent the weekend I '
have returned from Tennessee Holy Days lp, a. m. Holy Melt shortening and chocolate with Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins ,
I Ice CreamR3ithigon where they found a niceTiome to Communion.- S together over hotwater. Cool'Sift;land Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter .
move into in December. They will The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle, flour with baking powder and 1 i and their son who'has been visiting -

t\n. Cottage Cheese live in Camden, Tenn.' The Herb .Vicar, .)salt. Beat- eggs until light and his grandparents: returned sl /
I ,Stanford Sargents found a home 'in Wavy I(creamy,add sugar, then chocolate with. them. fI
And Purdue erly, Tenn. Both men have been Faith, Presbyterian mixture. 'Add flour, vanilla',"and Mr; and Mrs. E. W. Tucker and I 1 '
Agr our milk's Orange Juice transferred by the DuPont Co. Church,Melrose ; nuts; ,and Tnix well children of Fernandina visited
All-American too to the Johnsonville, Tenn. plant 'Sunday services=Church School, Bake in an 8 x'16 inch pan that Mrs. Leona Edwards over the t
Mr, and :Mrs. Albert Bachmann 9:45 a-m. Morning. Worship' 11a.m. has been greased' and fined with weekend. ,

't+have purchased, the S. F. Manuel j Rev.- ,James" ..- R,.;Neale- Jr., ..-pas.- wased' paper' in ..., moderate; oven Mr. and Mrs- Jim Mitchell of 1 f
home on Lake Geneva, near the tor.FIRST. [350 degrees" for 35'to 40 min Jacksonville were Sunday visitors 5 .
J. D. Hendersons. utes. Cool and cut in squares. of>' the Milo Smith family. u
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haberstrohhave METHODIST CHURCH Mr,; nci' Mrs. Marvin Boat- I Ie
received news of their 26th MEIROS3 .............tf.ltfltfURffUKER wright and daughter, Miss Vera 1 1t
grandchild's birth on November Sunday, 9:45: a. m, Church ) Crews, and Wayne Crews spent l
< 1. The parents of the child are School for all ages. 11 a. m., { the weekend hritlv Mr. :'and Mrs. i iil l .
Mr. and Mrs. J, F. Bastion of Morning Worship.: 6:30:: p. m., H. C. Crews 'arttt, Miss Hilda i7i
Montoursville, Pa. Mrs. Bastionis Youth, Fellowship. .t 4_ -. Crews in Clearwater and Mrs- Ef- :::?s: l t
the Haberstrohs oldest daughter. Wednesday: Bible By Shirley GreenWIAAAWUWAAAAAA fie 'Bo twright. 'D. E. and 1
7:30 Merle
: p..11., .. I I v s :. '; ?S 1
The child is a boy. Study'and Prayer Meeting in Brandon." S
Unfortunately' with the good Rey. Ted Springer; Pastor *. ,S' ,- 'Miss Mary Julia Futch spent the I 1 I I II
uews, the Haberstroh's received* Mr. and -Mrs. Charles'Perry of weekend with Mrs., Joyce Futch. f
bad news also. Their '5-year-old Gainesville W\Jfe.weekend 'guestsof Friends of Rev. L. P. Rafuse .I I
G grandson, Charles Christopher Ha- St.' WtUUm'i Catholic ChapelKeystone Mr. and Mrs. M. O- Harrell. will be glad ?that he expeets'to be t ,I
berstroh, was critically ,injured: Beiht j Mrs. J. W. Lewis of Jackson- atf homa .in a day or'twoHe is )
.Ihibattery carries a 1 when he collided with a moving Sunday i4asi at 8:30: a m. ville spent the weekend with Mr. under treatment I in Doctor's Hos- ) \ \ i
and Mrs.' Pitt Baxter. pital in' Starke.Thursday
auto while he was cut "trick-or- Holyday Mass at 7:00 a. m. ) ;
treating" at Halloween} time. He Tuesday Mass &t '8:00 .. m. Mr.-and Mrs. Gerald Jones and visitors of Rev. T. L. ; % 'I '
YEAR WRITTEN j has been in the hospital ever Confessions before in Masses family and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Howe and family were Mrs. \

((c oh since. He is the. son of Mr. and Baptisms, oacdasea and Instructions Jones and family of Gainesville Howe's mother, Mrs. Betty Thrift,
Mrs. William Haberstroh of South by"appointmeat... visited Mrs Lottie Jones Sunday her ,auntMiss; Sunada Thrift,
Williamsport, Pa., and formerly; afternoon. and sister and daughter, all of Ample fuel reserves,can be stored right in your

of Keystone Heights. FIRST BAPTIST ,CIITJECH Miss Sue McDavid of Valdosta Macclenny.Mrs. home when you heat with modern fuel oils. You
State, College Valdosta, Ga. Johnnie
Miss Anna McCullough is backat KEYSTONE was Jenkins and children
home again at the White "\ HEIGHTS, ".' home for the weekend with her of Jacksonville were visiting have the freedom to buy from one of many

Feather Court after visiting with J. R. Smith, pastor, Ralph parents,.: Mr.,. and Mrs. Fred Mc- Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders' and suppliers at a competitive price without worry
her niece and husband, Mr. and Copeland, Minister of Music and thrut.., Bill Sunday.
l ( Mrs. Clarence Fothergill of Alexandria church organist. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwardsof Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston and about line breaks, peak loads, explosions or

Va. and with friends in Services: Sunday School. 9:45 Jacksonville were weekend children visited l.ir.-anci: Mrs. G. pumping failures.
Monogahela, Pa., her former .. m., Morning Worship it a< m. guests of .Mrs. Lottie Edwardsand W. Teston in Jacksonville- :rues- I
p 1 home. She arrived 'on Nov. 3, and Training Union. 7 p. m. Evesttng Sunday dinner guestS of Mr. day.R. .
was met in Jacksonville by a dele- services I p,; m., I and( Mrs., Ernest Edwards. E; Starling, who has been
gation of Keystoners Mrs. George "Make church worship a family MrS. T. W. Markey Mrs. PittBarter employed in Miami for sometime,
( Schaeffer and daughters: Mary affair:. and Mrs; J. W..' Lewis of boa finished 'and' is at home a.gam. .- "
Ann and Martha Jane, Mrs. P. Jacksonville visited Mrs. Atha ,, '
Harvey, and Mrs. Everett Fox. COMMUNITY CIIUfiCH Dyal., in Graham Monday after- 'Mr. and Mrs. Cecil'Dopson of IS S FE

'Gus Gardner of Charleston, W. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS noon. Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs.
Va. arrived Oct. 31 for a visit Dr. A. C-. Holt' Minister Mr. and Mrs. Gary Garner of 'Pv L. Dinkins Saturday.C. .
A I'm.J. Jacksonville were weekend guests R. Norton of _," > .' -- -- ,'-, '- ;: .
his L.
i. with son, Sam Gardner, and Hetherinxton Tampa was
\\5 1 family.. Orranist and Choir 'Directed of Mr and Mrs. Bobby Dyal. visiting his son Bradley Norton :ND ,MlfORO.l OJ SERYI( QJt t81fUUtilf; I i t
/.J Mrs. H. Brown week and family ,.. .. ,
J O. spent.the
Mrs. Rand Edelstein came home Sunday School,:9:3d: ,a. n t"Jdgm,+ ; during the week: --' ---- --- .'. -- -- -- --
bg j 1 with Mr. ,and Mrs. C. C. Strand- Mr. and Mrs.
this week for a visit with her Worship; 11:00 a. m G. W Roberts
lasts up to 70% longer parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gard- I I her: !- at big-Santa Fe Lake recently were' Sunday guests, of Mri Robert FUEL, QIL ,DEALERS. ASSOCIATION S I
ner, while her husband. Lt. Rand 'vvvvmV nnmv.rnaTHERSSA brother, Monso TatUm, and
Needs wafer just 3 times a Edelstein is on maneuvers at Ft. I I' Mr;. G. D. Eatman and Mrs. G. family In Deland. OF BRADFORD COUNTY
year Benning. It. Chambers of Lake- City visited ,, Mrs. Hattie Darley and Miss '
The Gties[ Mr/: and Mrs. Fred Clark Friday.Mr. Ssie Prescott T. C., Hazen, Jr.
Service dry-chorged "Tri-Fill" Battery com. Friends of W. B. Dawson will' spent Monday with .
bines every major battery improvement to date) be glad to know that he is making and Mrs. Sollie Carter ofake Lonnie Prescott'and Mr.afid Mrs. SINCLAIR OIL t DISTRIBUTOR*
satisfactory after his By Ruth Griffis, tILLLU City were'Tuesday guests of ,Vaughn"Prescott' Middtebur?. f
Unlike ordinary batteries which can lose power an ,__progress_ 0.. MrsMamie Bodies. Mrs. Effie Miner Freeman Register John A. Torode
bout with vislietf Mr. and
doctor s000IU
the shelf before you buy them, the Cities Service dry- has removed eye surgery.all stitches and I I, -. --..-" .eI -' Terrell Green, attending the Mrs., Bill 'Reid and sons in J ckf f i GULF OIL PRODUCTS 'SHELL JOBBER "

charged "Tri-Fill" BaHery absolutely fadory-fresh i? pleased with his condition. MrsDelaney' Dickinson w'as University of Florida was home soriville, -over the weekend. : K. G. Duncan Jerome Johns Oil Co. l
..because.the power solytioa isn't added until it's Pete shopping Jn Jacksonville. 'Thurs-. for :the weekend,with his parents, Mrs. Addie ''Hinote 'of- Miami is
installed in your car! Morgan from Fairfield. day.Mr.: ; I Mr. and Mrs Roy Green. visiting hersister,' Mrs.' O. J. STANDARD OIL AGENT PHILLIPS 66
at the home _.
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and Mrs. Joe Phillips and. Dewey Stokes of Jacksonville -
What's wore, with its greater liquid reservoir,and of his brother and family, Mr. family hareturned to their: visited Mrs. Alberta Stoke Sun- TT
special insulph'on, the dry-charged Tri-Fiir Battery and Mrs. H. L. Morgan, Jr. and owe. in Miami! after visiting his 1 ay.I : .

needs water only three times a year and lasts up children, Friday evening, Nov. 4. parents. Mr 4 and -J.Irs. J, D. Phillips Mr. and Mrs Tommy Hewitt of LISTEN
to 70% longer than old-style batteries.. He was on his way home from a on Crystal Lake.. ,<< ValdosJa. GaL visited Mrsr H. 0.wgata TO' tHE FIGHTING GATORS
le iaotcprese, business trip iix the South. and Mr., and Mrs. M. Z, Sullivanare Sunday afternoon- '
deft .Saturday morning. visiting 'their' daughters' and 'Mr, and Mrs. J, O. Dennison of
Mr. and Mrs. George Massa and their' famWesfii5fMiamiand' *lso t4U Butler visited. T i. and Mrs. VS.
I II daughters spent the;past weekend looking after business interests fjtt B after Sunday. ., ,
'-TRADE II I ic )Moultrie! tia. with Mrs. Mas- while there. >'?-'"" ', I 1 Mr. 'and Mrs. Fred] Clark and .
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; sa's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Mr; slid Mrs.'T. W. Dickinsonwere i family, visited Mr. and Mrs. a H. ;" ; : :
FOR I Purvis. I II shopping Jacksonville last '
I Mrs. Jack Haberstroh was the : Saturday.; ,"- StanDirs. OYfI\'nE 12 2:00 P.. M. .
S%, //? fails Week I lucky winner of the 5,000 Merchants We regret to report that Mrs. Archie Waters of Worth-
i Green- Stamps at Scales Clyde Hersey is.-confined, to Bradford in&ton Springs was the Tuesday ON I ',J.t' .
'Store the other day. Congratulations. County Hospital at this writ- guest of Mrs. Mamie Hodges. :-'

; t SILCUXCITIES tag.,,' Miss Lucretia Cumbee and William WRGR RABiOPRESENTED ; f

Mr. and Mrs pan Pater and Mr, and,Mrs. Ernest est and R.. King of Jacksonville
\ three Children are anticipating the i children, Mrs. ,G. A-. Gnann aid visited:MrJ.tlMrs.: \ Warren' Mielle ,, : BY ,
day they move into their new children, ana Eddie' Dickinson, ; last weekend .
SERVICE me.nowbeinbuilton: Nelson's ,Rev. and Mrs.. M; L. Packham J flab News. I DOYLE E. .CONNER INSURANCE; AND REAL ESTATEBusinessmen
Point The'Paters moved here in too children Mr3 and Mrs. J. D. The regular monthly meeting'lo
September and at present are oc- Griffis and children; and.)lr. and the'Hani Demonstration Ciqbi J Save 15 G on Your Commercial Coverage
705 Temple Ave Starke, Fla. : !11.Pl'!1g the ZowoKdome. Mrs. J. JEL }Breedf \,.3 children was eld.lajt Wednesday arjer-I ..

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'Y999999999999999999YYT1 proudly announce the birth of !Mrs. Clinton Norman. vvvvvvvvyvvvvyvvvvvvvYvvvvYYvyvyyvyyyyyyyyTyyyyVy New Bethel Baptist
their first-born, Kelly Scott Shaw II Weekend guests of Mrs. Lou Annual Women's Day will beheld I

: born last Saturday. Cox and daughter, Linda. wereMrs. NEWS. OF INTEREST TO COLORED all day Sunday at New Bethel
Weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cox's son, Pearson and Miss : Baptist Church starting with

Bj Mn. Harvey McCarthy Cornelious Moore and son. Billy Margaret Kienzle of.Gainesville. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Sunday School AU captains are

was their son, Pvt. Glen Mooreof Pearson and Margaret attendedthe asked to keep busy and make
YYYYwVYYYYYYYYl ..9Y"9Y'Well Fort Jackson S. C. football game Saturday In '. By Chora Shell this day a success. The young /

old man winter has ar- Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville.Also AAAAAAAAAALASAAAAAAAA SUA&&&&&&&&&&&&&&.... ,..&&&&&& ladies will have charge of the
a.14 Reddish and Mr. and Mrs. visiting with Mrs. Cox program Sunday morning and
rived and I for one will be glad Freeman Crosby were Mrs. Red- were her daughter and son-in- Citizens CommitteeThe era!.public is invited meet and Sunday afternoon, and the speaker -

when he has made his visit and dish's and Mrs Crosby's sister-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Earl Normanof Citirens.Committee for the hear the new teacher of Bradford for the evening services will be

gone.: of Church law Mrs. Delores Carmichael and Gainesville who were visiting Betterment of Youth held a called County Schools. 6 p. m. Evening Mrs. Francis Jenkins, instructorat ds ,
The Heilbronn
was pulpit of daughter. Mrs. M. L. Beach of Sunday evening returning home meeting last Tuesday in the worship will be held ,with the RJE High School The president -
tilled by Rev. Patterson Jacksonville and Mrs. 'Carmich- from spending the weekend in cafetorium of RJE school. All pastor in charge. All officers that of the BTU. Mrs. Marie We Have It!
the illness of
Jacksonville due to ael's son and daughter-in-law, Jacksonville during which time members were' present'except two have not been duly installed are Thomas is asking all members to I

our pastor, Rev. Luther A. Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Archie Carmichaeland they. .attended the big football and the honorary members. Each asked to meet,with the pastor Immediately plan to attend BTU every Sufi-
Gee. Rev. McOee was to enter aJacksonville I member donated $2 to defray the at the close of the HUNTING SEASON IS JUST A
of' children of -West Palm game Saturday too. day at 5:30: p. m in the educa-
hospital Monday expense involved in correspondence evening service.: Stewardess Board
I' Beach. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs tional building.
this s'week. May we pray in his behalf Mrs. R. L. Morgan visited Tues Morris', Carter and son were Mr. and communication with No; 2 is requested to meet with FLIP OF THE CALENDAR AWAY!
and for all others in sickness j la CMBtr Jndgt'a Cart IB Aad
day of this week in Jacksonvillewith Carter's brother-in-law and slater parents of youth. Much more helpis the pastor at 3 p. m. Sunday In Far Bradford CoBBtr, Florida.
and pain that we know not by i her daughter Miss Joyce Mr.: and Mrs. Kenny Frank needed to keep the patrol cars the church auditorium. Chairmanof In re: Estate of Fred Hess, de- .We Carry A Complete Line of
name. Morgan. and 'Mrs.. Rosie Smith and son moving in the interest of community the Trustee Board Prof. Eddie ceased.' ,
Plan to worship with Heilbronn betterment that will Thompkins asks all members to
Weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. ,
church soon, its people. will make elude reduction of juvenile de- See class leaders if you cannot ADMINISTRATORTo
you happy you came. There.'sal. Floyd Cowart and family'was I ivvvvvvvvvvvv.vvmv.v.iCLAY linQuency. vandalism attend services and duesso All Whom It May' Concern: Plan
of truancy pay your Notice is hereby given that I Lay-Away today for Your
wayx fine 'Preaching, singing and their son Pvt. James Cowart .that includes breaking and entering that the expenses of the have filed my final returns as administrator SheIL .
fellowship awaiting you and your Fort Jackson S. C. ; I of the estate of Fred Guns, ; e/c. Pay by the Nee'"C or Month
HILL various businesses and other church will be taken care of.! Hess deceased; that I have filed
family. Mrs. Annie Kelly, visited Sundayin ,minor crimes that are, usually Junior Church each Monday at my petition for final discharge and

: The community welcomes Mr. Bartow with her son and By Mrs. J. L. StricklandMAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAA 'committed by youth. Persons tak- 5' p. m. Girl Scout meeting each that Theron I will A. Yawn.apply County to the Judge Honorable of 'I

and Mrs! Johnny Cowart Jr. who daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. :ing the leadership in patroling'.Thursday 7 p. m. at RJE..Volun Bradford County Florida on November -

moved here from Starke this Gene Kelly and their three :the Starke area are Amos Williams teer workers are needed in this the same 20.and 1966.for for final approval dischargeas of NO MONEY DOWN

week. daughters.Mrs. Louise Johns was suffering with vice chairman of this committee new program for girls..If, you are' Fred Administrator Hess deceased.of the estate of

Congratulations to Mrs. Annie Frank Norman and son. a severe cold last week and was I ,Rev. R.,, James and Deacon interested please contact: Mrs. October 20. 1960.)

Kelly's daughter, 'Loretta, and Ray were visiting in Jacksonville in bed the last I heard from her. I Andrew Allen newly appoint- Elizabeth Givens. advisor, 730 Charles Charles H M., Schmltt Schmttt, Administrator Repair .
Saturday with Mrs. Norman'sson ed member. The regular meetingwill Pine Street, or call WO 9-1352 for '
husband, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Nellie Wilkinson was able to I of the Estate of Fred -
Shaw of New London, Conn., who and daughter-in-law Mr. and be in church services last Sunday. II be held on Monday Nov; 14, j:further information. Remember Hens deceased.

I Little Donald Lang: is recovering 8 to 9 p. m., Chairman Eddie !! the sick and 'shut-in in our com- 10-20 4t 11-10 Add Rooms --Carport :.

from the inflamed hip bone I Thompkins is asking' all members| to please attend as matters of i iI j1 other condolences. J. Givens, creditors of the estate of '::'
that gave him so much trouble Chaileft Hem deceased, Bath Room '.J' .
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Pyrofax G s recently. vital importance must be given i:reporter. notified and required to file any : -
Jim Strickland was :'able to attend I consideration. All honorary members I Tetn-Affe Hop claims or demands which they may
Sunday School and church without other committmentsare Every Friday night for the remainder have of against the countv said estate judge in of the Brad office (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANRM: ?)D FIX- I

servjces last Sunday and every- invited., Interested persons of this year the Recreation ford County Florida. in the courthouse TURES) : i|
Gas Needs
See Us How For Your at Starke. Florida within
also attend.
one was pleased to see him, out may Department of the City of eight calendar months from the
;again Carnation Club i Starke will sponsor a dance for date of the first publication of this Time To ReroofSTARKE
notice. Each claim or demand must
Mrs. W.- Brooks,president, asks RJE
I teenagers in the cafetorium
John and Betty Brumbelow he in writing!: and must state the ,
tiLi; GAS. spent Sunday with Mom. and Dad all 'members to please observe, regular -i iof. the school. The music will be nlace or residence and post office
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address 'of the claimant and must
meeting: nights that are I conducted

Strickland and attended SundayS by Jean Holmes and he sworn to by the claimant his
"FO; FOR HEAr hool and church at Highland I first and third 'MondaY in each Arthur Frank Parks; admissionfree agent or his attorney or it will '

VUKHIMS PISHES) with, them: month. Plans must be completed I to school teen-agers only.. Mr. become October void 1 according*. 19410.l to law.' BUILDERS SUPPLIESPhone

i f ITS SUBLIME j We had more heat in the church for the final ,birthday Party' of I Brenner Recreation Director, IS Viola Helm I'
GAS Viola Executrix of the
f 1960. The Christmas Party will may look in on this group to Helms. WO 4.4201 Starke Fla.
'GAS GIVES HOT auditorium last Sunday than we Estate of Charles Hess, deceased ,
L WATE had last winter. Rev Chism told be next on the agenda.A.. R. check attendance. If you want I
ALL FOR COOKING ., First Publication on October :,
THE TIME Jenkins, reporter.
1 jf us while they were cleaning up' this affair to grow and go you 1960.
at ha! p1a.ee'Jn Georgia they found 'Fiesta Social Club will ,,have ,to show it by allowingyour 10-20 4t 11-10
I > did need Hosts for the next meeting will young adults to attend. The -- .
GAS.1. a heater they not so
i 7 they loaned it to the church. be Mr and Mrs. Clarence DeSue.I latest platters have been pur-I

FOR HOT WATER The Associational Teachers All members are asked ,to attend.i chased by, the music committee, j,

Training is being taught at the The meeting will be held: during' so top tunes will be played. Par- : : '
Jacksonville Heights .Church this Thanksgiving weekend. Mrs. Ethel ents of teen-agers are invited to .

GAS week by Cecil Hardy. I Young, president; P. Cummings\ ,' ehaperone these dances. Just two -

The Brotherhood Associational reporter.; j hours 7 to 9 p. m. The PTA will LET'S NAN-N.t iBUT, ITst-i. .t Go H!BY THEM Z'LI. BE
Reno Theatre consider this project in the next : AN OME
meeting was held at Bethel Attractions 1 STOP >M THE I HAVEN'TTIME OMUY TAKE ffJJV HOME FATW
FOR CLOTHES Church Tuesday night Three? nights only, Friday Saturday -. meeting and make a list of volunteer FIVE '*' : OR IO t DF THIS FINE TOCO
DRYING The Training report looked and Sunday 'Sack ,To, chaperones. MARY ; MINUTES! i '
TEM \ | ist
much better with 29 present We God's County, starring'Rock Basketball Highlights ? l r
failed to attend because we had Hudson. Marcia Henderson, Steve According to Coaches Butler- BAXTER

When You Use Pyrofax Gas For These no way to get there. There were Cochran. and Hugh O'Brian. Ad- Harvey I and Elmer Shell the sea- + w rEj

Needs You Get just 57 present for Sunday School mission: Adults, 41c -Children, son: will officially open after \

and 47 of these were 100 per cent 36c.. E. J.. Givens, Manager Adv.] Thanksgiving. The schedule is
members. The little Beginnerswere CHURCH NEWS being set up and we are hoping !
FASTER -' CLEANER SAFER the outstanding class this Bethlehem .Freewill. Baptist that the citizens will take the

And The Most Dependable time. Of course those little fellows Church Rev. E. 'McKay .pastor, lead In organizing a Basketball
Gas There Is. have to wait for someone to bring will observe the following sche- Boosters Club for,RJE and Anderson -

them to Sunday School so why dule during this week: Mon. 7 p. Jr. High. Hats off to Prin- I II

We Appreciate All Business not come 'on and bring all of the m. Faithful Few Club: ,,Tues.. 7 p. cipal Anderson and persons responsible -
\ family with you. There la. plenty m. Choir rehearsal; Wed. 7 p. m. for hard surfacing the
of:room Prayer meeting: FrI'7 p. m. Pray- basketball court in Lawtey. Pupils
'* j.By er Band; Sat. starting about 5 p. can now use the court even if It L1i 'I
'r the way there Is a class for $ ORK !
11 young ladies now. so they do not m. a Fish Fry will be held in rains. All eyes .are on the remodeling I

PHONE PHONE have, to- meet with other groups. Reno near Simmons Place in the of the TinNaTorium"at
All- interest of the Youth Dept. Building Coach Shell was given $75
young l ladies come on out and
WOo WO Fund Rally. Please come out by the PTA for renovation and
help build class.
up your
and buy a sandwich and help us the' purchase of more tin and FRESH

'. 4-7551. 4-7551 "999 999999f99YT999999W complete our hew church. The boards for bleachers until we get

drive will terminate on the this new modem gymnasium. A A C '
PINE LEVELBy Fourth Sunday..Mary McBride, model of the Proposed'gymnasiumcan
reporter.. be seen in the outer office of .

Mount Zion A., M. E. Church, the principal at RJE School. This .
'i [ Geraldine Fender] Lawtey. Rev. J.. A. Grimmage provides a "New Look" for the FRESH _

i .. AAAAA pastor, wishes to thank all per basketball program in the not too -
; ..- 11- ::: sons who helped make the Men's distant future. Watch this paper PORK SIDESLB.$ 1
: ...... We an attendance of 139 Day a great success financially, for the schedule of home games.: _
, present for Sunday School last
morally and 'SPiritually.
Guest American Leion'News WITH RIBS
M- speakers were: Rev,>Levy Lennon, The Commander and Presidentof
We were glad to see 34 of the
pastor of Allen Chapel A. M. E. the American .Legion and its FRESHPORK
Young ,People attend the Youth
,- r Church'Macdenny; J. D. Greene, AUXiliary' invite you to attend its
Fellowship meeting in Lake City assistant principal of RJE School ground-breaking ceremonies at 3
last Friday night.. SPARE! RIBS
.. \ accompanied by the school choir p. m. on Dec.'4. A delightful pro-
Rev. W; E Hall and Mr. and
with Mrs. W. Morris I in charge, gram has been planned.
.. Mrs. Earl Goodman visited Mrs.
and Rev. A- J. Anderson, pastorof RJE High News
Hall Sunday afternoon. She. is Pleasant Grove Methodist The 9th Grade of RJE High BACK BONE OR FRESH Chops or Pork Loin End
staying with her daughter Mrs.
Church and his choir. Out of School wishes to thank each teacher IOJ
d Eddie Murrhee in Hilliard. town visitors included Rev. Sou- and student for his partici- ROAST lb. '
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender and der and family of Gainesville.- pation in the student election HAMS >. 4Se

.$ family visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cotes Houston reporter. poll Special recognition goes to .
Grant Mr. and Mrs. William -
Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church. Jimmie Brown, Barbara Hanker-
Fender and Mr. and Mrs.
a family
Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor, will son Clinton Kelly AlphonsoJen-
Sonny Delaney, all of Orlandoover
the' weekend. They also observe Trustee Day' starting with Hns. Shirley Moore. Berline Weekend Beef 'Sale
Sunday School at 10 a. m. Miss Parks, Gwendolyn Robinson and
l'I' I visited Mr, and Mrs. Alvin Kirkland -
Fannie B. Frazier.. Supt. In Sonjo Williams for their very
and family of Leesburg Sun- .
1 charge; 11 a .m, Morning Wor- fine assistance in carrying out ALLMEAT CHUCK
day afternoon. ROUND
1i i MrsMarcus Conner and'Mrs.. ship with the Junior Church in this activity.- Frank Wilkerson,
charge. The address will :be delivered president; Gwendolyn Robinson,
What Price. Thelma Coiner.visited Mrs. Felix
by 1-fiss' T. Whitherspoon, secretary; Sonjo Williams reporter
Sapp who Is in the Baptist Hospital STEAK
in Jacksonville librarian at RJE School The gen- ; H. W. Taylor sponsor.
: Kenny Thomas of Brooker vL t.
[ PEACE OF ? > ed Mr. and Mrs. W, C. Conner

'. : sat rday. Attention Livestock Producers! 6ge lb. SSe lb. 39c

I. .. Mrs. Montie Shaw of Jacksonville -
.. r 'is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Em- If you have hogs or 4
For less than for daily -u .
you pay your newspaper .) u. fiery Lewis this week. cattle to'sell now or in '

: joy'the omplttt ante of security that comes from Mr. and. Mrs. J. O. Young of the future please contact -, RIB

knowing that your valuables are at all times SAFE from Miami and* were luncheon guests of one of the 'buyers. lb. 59c I FRYERS lb.. CWebb's
. I Mr: Mrs, J. H. Lewis last at Copeland"Sausage STEAK

fire theft, tampering and misplacement.J Friday, Company and give theman .
Mrs. J. W. McRae recently
visited Mr.' and Mrs. Edwin Mc- opportunity: to buy

>r es, it costs you onlY a]tu>cents per day to rent a safe Rae and family of Gainesville.Mr. your livestock RICE Long Grain 3 Ibs 39t

I deposit box i in this.bank for your bonds and stocks- minor. McRae eye operation.Is recovering'from a COPELAND OFFERS YOU' .

real estate deeds and abstracts of udcwilliniurancepoliciesinventory Mrs. B. M. McRae Is visiting 4 BIG ADVANTAGES! '

: of household l goods-con tracts and her daughter MrsAudrey Hall FLOUR Webb's Dixie Lily 10 lb. bag 99c

In:Jacksonville.Mr. 1. Cash: market every day.
business papers-financial records-receipts-treasured and Mrs: R. J. Starling re-
centty attended the Fox Hunters 2. No commission.

jewelry, heirlooms tad keepsakes. Association.on the West,Coast of 3. 'Special' consideration given to meat lb.
Florida tor A .week. PURE LARD Copelands' 2 3-4 jar 49c ''j

Ttt value o)tiffs; solid protection peace,. type ,hogs

of mind ilont-ii worth many times its trif/ IT PAYS TO 4. Can furnish hauling for. sufficient

/>j raj/\\rby not corns ir avd fee?**"ut it? trade, with' SLADE. quantities. f.l.

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