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: December 1, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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f .a-"M j- jz t tT f' I I S tar k e, vs. M ace I enny I In''B' err'yaowl I,


t.Bradford's Tornadoes will face Trophies ,will be awarded to the Both teams lave improved tremendously According 'to Register's scout- is little Jerry Rhoden. number i The Tornadoes will be outweighed -

I the Baker County Wildcats from) champions and to the ,runnerupand ,since that initial con ing report Dupree is 90 per centof 32, a 150 pound sophomore. Rho- > once again Saturday
T :Macclenny for the second time I ,also tit the outstanding lineman j test. Starke will gar into the game I the Wildcat offense. The den is light but is very fast. j night about a dozen pounds per

this year in the seventh annual j ji and back! of the game. The;I with a team which has yet to be''II speedster runs from all backfield Quarterback Jerry Milton likes man 'on the line, as'they'look for
:_ Strawberry Bowl game sponsored -i latter two awards will ,be engraved beaten this season and the Wild- positions except quarterback to hand off to the little scat- | their second win, in, StrawberryBowl

( each year by the Starke ElksI ,wrist watches. The, trophies --cats still have Larry Dupree, a Register said, but favors fullback back when Dupree is penned in. play.: But this disadvantagehas
I Club as a charity project. will be presented at a post-!f threat any,time he gels his hands more than any other. Dupree, Joise Davis, no. 31, 170 pound l not dampened their fighting
All profits from. the contest will game banquet Saturday night. on the pigskin.Dupree who carries 180 pounds in a jer- senior right guard Is perhaps the I spirit,yet a.nd'no line bas.prpved;

I go Harry-Anna Crippled Chill !1 'The.Bowl game gate last year nearly proved to be the sey numbered 28, is undoubtedlythe Wildcats most outstanding lineman :I
'dren's Home in Umatilla and to was the highest ever with $1,100 In Tornadoes' undoing earlier this I best player on the Baker ., He is a possible pick for all- Tornado i :

buy Christmas baskets for, needy: profits going for chanty. The year as he scored both of 'the County squad. He is lightningfast conference honors. Another line-I s:field may,not be as fast as:Dupree
families in Bradford County. :: gate this year is expected to go Wildcat's ]D's' on long runs- I shifty, and very difficult to man who will be hard to move i81 i I but it possess a fullback that can
'TIcket prices are $1,50 for adults !J even higher with over 4,000 fans one a 92 yarder. iI I I bring down. "Gang Tackle" is senior end Bill Beague, no. 39. l ;make his own holes, three halfbacks -

and $1.00 for children at the gate .: expected to witness the rematch I _"Macclenny has !improved a lot," I. written beside Dupree's name on The 175 pounder is also tabbedas I; an capable of going'around
*. Saturday night. If brought' from a .: between two teams which fought I BHS Head Coach Lennard Register I'I the Starke scouting report. one of Macclenny's ,best line- under 'or over Op payers,
r local merchant before the game to a 13-13 tie in the first game stated. this- week. "And. I :, Another Wildcat who has im- men. He plays left half on defense. i and a quarterback with a

I(tickets can be purchased for 125. of the season. look for a ough ball .game."' I,. proved as the season progressed very capable arm.,


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Father Swears Son I BRADFORD COU NTY TELEGRAPH Every Week- '

Into State Legislature I Official County Publication Established In 1879

f .\ unique ceremony took place here. recently when A. i. I 1960 NUMBER TWENTY-THREE
Thomas Sr hadthe privilege of administering the oath of office -

to his son A. oJ. Thoinas! Jr., now Bradford County's representative l Predicts Depression ,
in the',lStah! LPilJaturfJ"the same office that the Berry Bowl I

elder Thomas had filled S3 years 'bef re.' :Sir. Thomas, Sr. gate > i xa

the oath hi. hU capacity as notary public. I Green Protests

The elder Thomas was. Clerk of th. Court here for 20 years, Beauty Queen

prior to his voluntary retirement from the office in 1933. The

successful bid of Thomas, Jr. for the Bradford County 1 IcgN- qkw 7y i t New

lathe neat lint pr\ng was his first offer for elective office He !To Be Chosen F Courthouse

lure been prominent in American Legion politics for beveralyears
however, serving as Department Commander of FloridaIn I I Vigorous vocal opposition to ,a, right in opposing a new courthouse .
.J 1933-S6. i Twenty girls have signed up for I new courthouse for.Bradford If it is put in another location -
the Strawberry Bowl Queen Con- 2. ; I County "at this time" was voicedby it will pull business to it

'f F. :Santa Claus Is To Town test, an added attraction to the .--{,'.\f I ,, !';.\-1:' I and Lex property Gren. Starke owner,auto at a meeting dealer -- and will suffer.the present" business district.
Coming '
: I annual post season football game f":'t': .j.i>'r,J(' 7C" {P: Ill + of the County Commissionhere Green recommended converting

to be played here Saturday night. ;>, QRN--: Monday afternoon.The half of the present courtroom

December 5 Atop Red Fire Truck The contestants all sponsoredby 5'P",: ,,-'; ,'i ',., "" .,i1 -." ,_ ,. T Commission had set the to. office space. "adding'a little ",
.' > '' meeting for the 01 conferring
business firms, will display "i" ,. -r''''','," -.'. purpose wing on the west side of ,the
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.... with Jacksonville archi-i.
... buiding and a little wing on the
their talents and of course beauty :i.4. ;b ,
Starke's annual Christmas |I the business section. The always before five judges this Thursdayand tl! ftiM't.J '" ." .';' toot B. W. Close as to the best t east side" to take. 'care of the additional -
parade will beheld :; possIble long-range course: whether -
Monday night i colorful-- Bradford High School '! : ; : space courthouse officials
Dec. 5, starting from the '..Washfagton i i band-will. provide Christmas music Friday nights who will choose JiHflb'4.1\ je.t..t.tli: a f'iJl.Ii1} 4 to attempt enlarging and re- have said they needed.He .

Street side' of Bradford i ior the.procession. Starke's first Strawberry Bowl !A. 'W.. 6'r ,)5"fA.! \ Pttll i9J3r modelling: the present courthouse,I declared: the Circuit Judge
High School at 7:15. j I i Robert McIntire of the Chamber queen. The contest sponsoredby ,f ;:.:, or sell the present site and build and the Parole Commission officer
Santa Claus will ride in style i I: of Commerce said yesterdaythat Starke Junior Woman's Club. : .; { .i iAfj. 5tft: a future new courthouse at another "could'walk' .up the steps. -and
atop a 1913 hook-and-ladd fire : parade entries are shaping BArk Rr" location. others, tog. '
The first
truck and he and his 'helpers will I up'' nicely. Commercial floats are queen and two runhersup Expressing alarm at "the public Green'said';the tax burden in

toss. candy to children i in the crowd I acceptable, but advertising must will receive trophies and f1 debt the county is incurring," the county is getting "beyond
U- ,the parade passes'hrough'' be kept at a minimum. Church gifts donated by local.merchants.. Green painted a dark picture of what some '01 ui, can bear" and
and civic organizations are also The queen will also receive a bou: I iwI the town and county's present that be was forced. too borrowmoney

responding and will make up the I quet of roses, Mrs. W. Hal Hand, 'A' gag telegram\ of congratulations "signed" Jack Kennedy and future prospects.. He said a at .a high 'rate of Interest

bulk of the parade, Mclntire chairman of the i I CnnerLauds d and Richard 'Nixon. was humorous -highlight of dinner depression was already here and to paytages. ,.'
Florida Bowl Queen selection -
Parole .. would get ,worse; that the county G fcNhit '
said. Floats may be entered by ., 'marking official opening'of. Keystone Eggs Inc, plant at.Key- nr Cousin; Charley -
'J i.' committee: stated: '- could not possibly continue to -
WO 45811. [State Senator Charley E.
calling 'stone Heights Wednesday night. Showing offittp'&iessage' .
Jumper Caught 'I Preliminaries, held both nightsin ,.;. grow because agriculture was Johns] and other small
Business houses will not,, be t' I .county
Egg Industry from left) M. L. Beagle ;flay CountyRepresentative
.are ( ): Keystone Mayor '
I Ito open during the parade, but will i the BHS auditorium,, will{ !get{ ,Sam Saunders, President Ray Starnes, "drying up; that local induS- solons had, beep able. to.hold the
By( Ohio Po/ice/ remain open all day on Wednes-I I underway tonight ITijijrsdayj) at, Co-oP' tries were cutting their forces or line so far against, attempts; of
I'day; Dec. 14 and Dec. 21- They 7:30 p. m. The girls wifljudged'i At 'c Opening State.Senator Ed Fraser Bakerday, and Commissioner-elect closing ,entirely; and that prop- the:'large .counties ,to ''.(ate' away

A Florida will also remain open during evening I ''i O-OD". of Agriculture: Doyle Conner '. erty would be cheaper in, the fu- the race track money, but that
.parol violator, wanted in bathing suits and formals.and '
!. tore than it is today
"" to this counry-.Jr. fat QrNrfrTOVkJrig, and-flatarday hours, on, Dec.:2 Thursday;.%,3,FridaY'j' ,e1s0,an:talent. I2gbt:t} U.nstrwm:Lr' -Eorida', ._.,, ls. rapidly moving*' from*"" not:.a'llow-\ 'markettor'be' captured Officials{ -University ,of Florida Green presented a:petition with m'ftrt attht.bQ)ablo,;:,t ,haYetfctfr; ,. way s,

ind entering dry ..neighboring, states and personnel attending the dinner .0 signatures of people he 6 ..idwere' .
grand larceny and J. R.: Bullington: was electedpresident :,be chosen for toe finals .Friday,'a "deficit producing to : "Please dotft. pot this :'burden
asur praised the egg and poultry industry II was Carl Binger of Tampa, opposed to the construction : -
forgery, has been picked 1'p by of the Retail Merchants night. plus. producing" state !to the egg : as being; the,,division of manager of the Florida Egg Com- of a new courthouse. He quo- on our children and grand'. -children -
Columbus, Ohio police.: Deputy Association at a meeting held ,The finalists will be ,judged a- and poultry industry, Doyle Conner Florida agriculture that, Is. most tn.sb;Dn. ted one "sentimental old 1ad "'assaying ," he pleaded. ,

Sheriff Dolph Reddish said Mon Monday morning for the purpose gain on beauty and. .talent- end .. Comissioner-elect ot- Agriculture alert ,to.take advantage of' improved Preceding the dinner, guests : "It would break my heartto Enos W. --Hayes-,Starke realtor
of making plans for the Christ also on told audience of 125 also: ,court.
day.Reddish personality Hand an methods and scientific- toured the modern plant which see that old courthouse done opposing* future' new
said that Paul L.' Fleming mas season. said. The nd first state civic, and industry lead house, declared he couldn't
queen ,two egg search.. employs some 40 ,persons. away with tt's been there so, see
was arrested on a FBI i runners-up will be ,introduced at ers ,Wednesday night. The occasion State I why: the School Superintendent
fugitive warrant, charging unlawful the Elks Club-sponsored bowl was ''a' dinner marking 'the Conner was introduced by Other opening events includeda long. that "one of needs all $he. space V bal 'He
Green also said
flight to avold prosecution.The To which of the Senator Edwin FraSer' of'Mac- luncheon Thursday for persons recommended
Solons Open game will see the Bradford opening new Keystone Egg local bankers won't say taking' the, School!
Columbus police have been; Tornadoes going against' Macclenny's Inc. plant at Keystone Heights. clenny. Mayor' M- L.: Beasley officially connected with the egg industry our one" told him: "You are Board's "front room" south
requested to hold 'Fleming for welcomed to Keystone In the Jacksonville area, and ac- which
Wildcats. Conner said that Florida is and going the space,to the County -
extradition. Reddish also stated The four in population ten Heights .the. new industry which tivities will be concluded with .
contestants entering doubling, every Judge; adding new restrooms
Surplus Property Labor
that the Florida Division'' of Cor-I since ,last week are: Vandie Lou years' and presents a readymade }Is currently processing 90,000 open' house at the plant from 6 Camp on t'back of" the.building

rections will use a parole viola- Cooper. Laura Wilson Sylvia Ann market for, increasing farm pro- dozen eggs a, week. to 10 p. m.,Friday, for the general i ;' and' remodelling,present rest

tor's warrant to secure FleJI ng's I Hunt and Barbara Ann Hunt, all ducts. He said ,the state should Among the many.egg :industry public. -- ApprovedPrescott By rooms for School Board ,use to

Jf' return to face. charges_ here.Fleming tBuildinFriday. I of Gainesville. : make up, for'loss of, their "front"
was, picked up on a Admission for Thursday's activities 19-18 Victory : Wilson! room."
minor charge in Columbus, the I -' f .. -. .
said I I State, county, and city officials will be 50 cents for adults t. .Hayeftg ed, that the :Clerk
deputy and a check through Prescott and Webb Wilson
and 35c for children. Friday'sfinals Ralph
I have been invited to attend brief "must bar, hiMe. rponT Washington D. C. showed he is Employment '
Florida State I
will cost an adult 75 cents of the
adding L
wanted here. lie is charged with ,,ceremonies which will officially' and a child 35c. Clyde Terwille- Tornadoes Go Undefeated; Service office in side of the building an on to, take Jhewest.cars

stealing a station wagon and open the new surplus property gar local Ford dealer. will be Gainesville added their approvalto of' his, needs .
equipment from Ernest Tanner's warehouse of the Florida De- master of ceremonies: both nights.All the local plans for a migrantjbor
garage on North Temple Ave. on velopment Commission at 10 a. m. five judges will be from out of camp at a meeting of the "If other county officials are,
Aug. 8. Fleming had been paroled Friday. A ribbon-cutting cere- town. Beat Bolles One Point. Bradford Labor Co-op steering not satisfied with :what they' have,
from the state prison in Tanner's I I mony and an inspection of the committee Monday afternoon. :' let them quit and' find, .another
custody and was employed by .: new facility will be highlights of Installs Actual construction work on. job. he declared. ,
Tanner as a mechanic. | the program. City 1 Bradford's fighting Tornadoes the facility to house an estima-i Hayes said be Vas.not thInk.
According to Reddish. Fleming i i On hand for the occasion will ted 150 laborers started Mondayat ing about himself Til, continueto
Radio had their shaky'moments last
loaded the station wagon with i be R. B. Fuller, director of the SystemStarke's the site in the Heilbronn eat" -but he hated td ate his
I Friday night but withstood a last
stolen equipment and started to Florida Development Commission, barrage of Bolles' Mulling Mc- Springs section. It is planned to friends suffer. :
leave town. The vehicle stalled I and T. W. Withenngton admini $ 10,000 all-transistor Leod bullet-like aerials' to gain have the building complete At the end at Green's. plea,-
before.he could leave Starke anda I Commis-sion's ized two-way radio system is now!, their first undefeated season witha T't ffy" enough to house from 50 to 75 archiect Close remarked: "With
city policeman tried to help i in operation in all city owned vehicles close 19-18 victory. dx workers who will be brought hereIn an due respect to you Mr. Green,
get the station wagon started. :i vitations have been extended to I plus the police department The Cadets from Bolles had gyp,, January to assist with the that is the kind of talk that heldJacksonville \

The two pushed the automobileto I Gov Leroy Collins and Oovernor- and the city clerk's office. pushed the score to 1918 in the harvesting of greens. j back for 30 years."
a parking place where Flem- 1 elect Farris Bryant. Clerk Merrill Edwards I pledgedby f
I City fourth quarter, only to have a Arcund $2,600 has been He said that'abttmtts to alter
ing abandoned ,it. The station : F. B. Beard, superintendent of stated that the city is installing,tie snatched from their hands on business men and farmers for and i i enlarge the building-
wagon was found the next day warehousing of the Commission's! the radio system as'a civil defense I a beautiful defensive play by gyp.' ra this project which will requirean [would be expensive and unsightly -

with the stolen items- Surplus Property Department at]! project ,and that the, federal gOV-1 Tornado Richard Duggar when he 'S ; estimated $4,000 or $5,000 be-' and the county would be faced
Reddish is also charging Fleming said the ernment will match the 4' committeeis
Camp Blanding operation literally stole the ball from the fore completion. The ; with the same space problems in
with breaking and .entering I 'would be open for business funds. hands of Mike Ogilvie to preservethe P now making contacts to collect -I another four'or five years-
cash register and with, ''at location south of system has two
Tanner's the new The new radio slim one point lead. On what on pledges and an interest- : Commission Chairman H. A.
forging Tanner's name to a check. i j Starke on U. S. 301. He said the frequencies, one for' the police .1' proved to be the key play of the' ..1 bearing certificate is being given tBuddyl 'Bishop,said! that'Green*
The state also wants Fleming i of moving the surplus and another for'.all : h
huge task department tensely'contested ball game, Dug- .a all donors. petition "means, nothing to me."
tor parole violation, the deputy property to the new site is now other departments.wI The power gar, at the last second leaped The committee. apnounced tljat tie said you could circulate a
btated. 90 per cent complete. Beard I plant,the street, natural_gas, and high 'into the air' with Og11m.I = a fish fry "will' be held in about petition' to 'get, a Commissioner

.. praised the work of W. Fred fire departments ;are all on" the cupped one hand around the pigskin :; .S 5_ -S S Inuar. 54S two weeks at the labor camp Bite shot at sunrise'and,obtain. a cer-
'-,'-;. Glennv assistant superintendent.I(second frequency. I I already clasped in Ogilvie's 4+t to acqU9Jnt:PeoPle from all sections tain number rf signsttres if enough -
I who, supervised the gigantic moving -I I Police Chief Riley Sweat announced two paws, and pulled with all his > a of the county with the im- people "were" contacted.

Senior ClassCHEAPER Pla I y nroject I this week that beginning 'j might. portance .of this project.. Fighting all the way..Green declared
.4 T-. The new surplus property ware-! last Friday, at noon, the With that'pull came the ball f ?R Pj court
that decision
-on *
BY house, one of the largest in this police will have a man on duty and the Tornadoes' undefeated Post Office 1 house site changes should,be submitted I
t area, comprises 100.000 square I 24 hours a day in city' hall- Citizens season, all held in .the scrappy| Fullback Sam Gardner looks as if he is taking a rest after to a referendum.
feet of storage space and was con- may now call the police at little halfback's right hand. Then i plunging over the double stripes with the Tornadoes first TD Hours Lengthened j

THE DOZEN. '. structed at a cost of less than WO 4-2411 or WO 4-1301 at any after a Starke drive failed, the I early In the first period against the Bolles. Cadets. But Cadet' For Holidays j 1 Bishop responded tax that the if it involved :.
putting 'a on people
$300,000. I hour of the day or night. Cadets took over on their own fallback Mike Ogiltfe' can testify that Gardner was not renting I
Friday Dee.9 Beard said; that due to the increased The city had been paying the nine with less than four minutesto t from Deal I to accomplish he would favor
I $50 when he charged over him from six yards out for the score. During the. period a referendum but that present
f efficiency of operating county sheriff department go,. and drove to the Tornado I 12 through Dec. 24, the Starke j
( Eddie Davis.
by )
BUS Auditorium roof the staff would: to their radio thinking was a )longterm' projectwhichcould'be
under one j I i per month use' 19 before.MCLeod's passes refused post office will open one-half hour
be reduced from its present total -,I system Clerk Edwards stated.win He 1 jto carry them futtzter.Bolles' line took' over: Neil PhIllips and single yard. The remaining six earlier each day at 8:30: a. m- instead ; financed out of.
of 125 employees including that the new radio I present rerenues.
also said quarterback
magnificent Allen Crews smothered McLeod seconds were counted off by of 9 am.., and close at
This Space Contributed temporary personnel) to around I cost the city $600 per year and j four aerials in the Green dosed his appeal with too
........ tried desperate before he could rid himself of the Tornado fans."You've 5:30 p. m. On Wednesday Dec.
77 regular employees to the near will have paid for itself in approximately I 143 seconds he had left after statment that 111 give you 200
Weekly to Publicize ball on ,the third try. On the I got to be lucky to go 21, the office will remain open
future. He said the use of 14 nine years., a 1 reaching the Starke 19, but alert fourth and last desperate attempt I undefeated, and we were lucky" an day from 8:30 a. m. until feet free If,you don! move the;.

Community Brents by BlandIns !|Tornado defenders refused once the. Tornado forewall forced Mc-i I Head Coach Lennard Register 5:30 p. m. ''V99Postmaster : courthouse" I
a &butI I:I Elementary PTA ;again to leave hold of the first Leod to throw,over the heads of]}told Bolles Coach Bud Garrison. G. J. McGrif Jr. The Commission ended the I
THE COMMUNITY tling" and other lost motion and i i undefeated year in the school's his receivers, but Duggar was Starke's record this season is states that mailings for distant session by ,asking.dose to make'
." figured ,that twice the property i Starke Elementary PTA will J[history. there again just 'in case. blotted only by a '13-13 tie in the states should be made in advanceof a 20-year projection. of, courthouse=
STATE BANK could be handled with less help i I I meet Tuesday, December. 6, to i Tombo Smith tipped the first Quarterback John Reddish took season's first game with Macclen Dee. 10 and greeting cards for needs in the,eoantT" and the beat l;
3* in the new building which has I.discuss civil defense, program 'aerial of- this last barrage from over' for the Tornadoes on their ny's Wildcats. But the Tornadoes local delivery should be made means of solving the"pro :
( OF STARKE ". the same amount of space as 10 The meeting. win be held in the the hands of halfback William own 19 with only 26 seconds left win get a'chance to avenge that not later than Dec. 16 to insure blem and meet .lr.th xhe'Aboard !

of the old warehouses. ,,all under elementary, cafetorium"*.". at 7:30 p.II Johnson, and Duggar came- on in this historic season. He used blot this Saturday when they again prompt delivery. Overseas air again on Dec. 19. .Close Bald approximate '- :
one roof I m..' < again to break up the second: hi up 20 long,seconds on a quarter- face the Wildcats In the 1960 man packages should be mailed ,cost of this preliminarywmk
J 3.o- the end zone. Then the-Tornado back sneak that .netted but a [Continued.On.Page-Six] ]by Dec. 10. would b e' O.- N "

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................., II 'v.111'. L ... .... ..... Harold Davis is visiting his i Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Mathews I Ii Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fancher of CHURCH ,,

'. grandmother, Mrs. L. R. Goodmg I i of Atlantic Beach were weekend I Birmingham, Ala. spent the long HAMPTON BAPTIST I '
,- In Charleston S. C. this week. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Garl :Ma- i weekend with their parents Mr. w.j 1 1a

Mrs. E. C. Morris and daughter. thews. Mr. and Mrs: Bruce, Mathews i and Mrs R D. Fan her.U. Sunday Services = Sunday: Florid

Sue, and Benny Saxon of and daughter of Gainesville I and MrsB.. G. McIntyre
School, 10 a. m. Morning Worship,
Pompano Beach, and Jack Durbinof spent Sunday with their 'and son, Erie Till leave Kodiak
Orlando were weekend guestsof family. :Alaska by plane on Dec. 2, arriving 11 a. m. Training Union. 6:30: p. Ct666.: ).

11 mg N 1/V/ $ Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark.The Comer Long and daughter i in Jacksonville on Dec 3., In. Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. i
Denmarks also had as Louise, bf, Okeechobee, Mr. and i McIntyre Is being 'transferred'Lt'1 Prayer Meeting Wednesday 8 p. ''Theatr

i ....... .... .... n Thanksgiving guests Mr. and Mrs.B. Mrs. William N. Long and daugh- Key 'West after 30 days m.-W. P. McElroy, pastor. '
Y. Saxon of Hampton and Mrs. ters of Gainesville and Dr. and which"they will spend with their,, _
? ;Mrs. L. S. Hutto and family Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams and Will Saxon of Oakland Park. Mrs. Bryant 'S. Carroll of Jacksonville parents; Mr. and Mrs. f.:; H. Du- i _-AI i

had as Thanksgiving weekend I family were weekend guests of : Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Chastainand were Thanksgiving guestsof i I Pre in .Starke, and Mr. and.Mrs.J. SAT. DEC. 3 .l

guests Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto,,Mr. and Mrs. Steve Simmons in ; son. Tommy, were visiting CoL and Mrs. T. T. Long. ;;, E. Mclntyre in Jacksonville: ,Starke Builders Supplies Offers ,
and family Mr. and Mrs. Brad I j I Miami and 'attended the Miami- Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rivers in Comer Long and Louise remainedfor i I Mr. and Mrs. DuPre will spend I Triple Feature Program

Locke, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin T. I IU. of F. football game on Satur- Lake City last Wednesday. the weekend.Mrs. the weekend with their family in i 1st. Feature
Gene and Mrs. Ronald Proks, aB 'iday. : Mrs. Pauline Torode returned Rose Lee 'is convalescingat j}I Jacksonville. You A Wide Selection Of I

of Jacksonville. 'i Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Paterson.' home last Thursday from St. home After ten days confine-:I Florida black Rye, for pasture I II I ,

Mrs. Dora Burton of Atlanta Is and family were in Fort Lauderdale Vincent's Hospital where she un- ment in Bradford County Hospital ;.i at Sist Unk's. \ et

visiting her daughter, Mrs. Alice from Wednesday to Sunday ; derwent major surgery : Mrs. Guy Dyal and baby of ; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McIntosh, I

Anderson. visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.C. I Mrs. Bruce L. Davis of Arcadia i Green Cove Springs visited her.: Jr. and daughter,.Becky, of Jack-

Order Imprinted and Photo- S. Bowers. and Mrs. P, E. Stone and Miss parents Mr..and Mrs.. 1[. L. Lawson I i sonville spent Thanksgiving; with mEic\ \

graphe, Christmas' Cards now at Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Goodman I Mamie Anderson of Archer were on Sunday. i l Mrs. McIntosh, Sr. and son Till- -

.. Bullington's. tfchg and daughters and: Mrs. Ethel holiday guests of Mrs. E. M. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale and I'man Mrs. McIntosh' Sr. returned I I +

Mr. .and Mrs. I*' L. Thompsonand Pickren of Gainesville spent the I Davis. Mr and Mrs. Boss Pass were: ,in ;to Jacksonville with ,her family'I
weekend in Miami and attendedthe Hallmark Christmas Cards on
son. Keith of Jacksonville Tallahassee Wednesday and for the weekend. j
were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Miami-TJ. of F. football game. display now at Bullington's. tfchg Thursday an business and plea. I I. Mr. and 'Mrs. W. S.. J Haas "and I
Mrs. Logan Baldwin. Harriet Goodman attended the Hallmark Christmas Cards on sure. family were visiting,Mr., and Mrs. jI

.. Mrs. W N. Barry ,>' Ner;berry CYF Convention inBova' Ratan display now at Bullington's tfchff. Mrs. W E, Middletoni,and'Miss :H. H. Joiner'at. Winter Garden 0 I
spent the weekend with her son over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs: Freddie Watterson Madge Middleton''spent the week l lover, the'weekend., ". t' I I F. ;
Lucile Davis visited Mr. with Mrs. Donald THE SCREE ,
.. and family Dr. and Mrs. A, J. Mrs. spent the weekend end at Jekyl Island and Ludowici, 1 [ s a
Barry. and Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. in McMahone in Bradenton and Ga. visiting Dr., and Mrs. 0.. D.: I Photographictmas'i ; :I I 1I EXPLODES
Andrews and Gainesville in Thanksgiving., also visited relatives in Tampa on :Middleton. i Bnllington'a. tfehgI I with WONDROUS
Ritch and -
and Mrs. T. G. -
eon Tpmmy attended the Little Dr. Sunday. John Torode was in Tampa I i ,Mrs. W. G. Haile returned last t ';
Theatre production, 'The King Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn Jr. Miss Dottie Dayton of Largo was Tuesday .and Wednesday attending I week after spending ,the past

and I" last Friday evening in were in Miami over the weekend visiting Miss ,Beverly Chapmanover an executive< board meeting three weeks with her family in .h
Jacksonville.Mrs. and attended 'the Miami-U. of F. the weekend.Mrs. of the 'Florida Petroleum Marketers I i Miami She,attended the funeral

Ted Simmons Mrs. Al football game. G. L. Chapman of Lake Association. "t_->. '9 brother-in-law.. L. N Sigman HUNTING JACKETS h lT
and Mrs. R. tot I
Herndon Mrs. Alice Anderson Order Imprinted and City is visiting Mr. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins has returned, 'Atlanta. Ga. and visited relatives -

and Kay Turner were in Chula Christmas Cards now at W. Johnson. i from :a month's visit with ,her ,in Charlotte N. C I It
Ga. on Sunday to attend the BulIIngton's. tfrbg Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Brownleeand Mr.l i son-in-law and Daughter,"Mr and I\ Mrs. Adolph Gay"and.daughter,

golden wedding anniversary of :j t Mr, and Mrs. Harry Mooty and *:3n. Jimmy were visiting t Mrs.i B. A. Pope Jr. in Norfolk, Geraldine, visited Mrs.: Gladys AND COATS
and fam .
their uncle and aunt, Mr. and j daughter, Gerry Beth, were guests and Mrs. Earl Johnson I Va. !Cook in Jacksonville on Saturday.

Mrs. Dan King. I,of their cousins the St. Peter ily in Vidalia Ga. last Thursdayand (! )In. Bertha 'Pearce had I i M!.' and Mrs. Joe Sewell ,and

!family in Gainesville on Thanksgiving Friday.Mr. I Thanksgiving hi..Jacksonville'withi [Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lelavan and
Bobbin. time-Stock I and
; Extra save 'and Mrs.V.. D. Sexton 'GUN CASES
day. Mrs. Lane and Mrs. i children of Atlanta "
op with Singer Bobbins at Den Decatur Ga. were i i Mary Mary were 'guests .
mark Furniture Co. tf I Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Jordan family of weekend guests ofMr. 1 i.Beth Peacock. Mrs. Pearce re- [last week of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
spurt the long weekend at High- Thanksgiving ': turned home' with1rrs.., Pearce [Graham at their camp in the ,'
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby Jr. and Mrs. Calvin Johns. .
land View with their soninlawand : for the"-weekend. .5I The also
Scrub[ Grahams had asThanksgiving All Above Discount LY
and family were in Pompano Mrs. Bessie Sapp of Raiford I n
daughter. Rev. and Mrs. Aland 13rztPr 'Mrs. :Beulab Saxon of Fort;[ day guests Mr- and, 1 %
visiiiagtea. 1t take
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<< Th "f3U-]})v} jaarfc Trice 'home --
Qrleridet tyre }.ll ami.football } uI : Price Mrs. SaSfe H Kfcsg s>? 334rrtown -
them Rev. arsd XSrs. '
with their law and E Edrriondsan and
&on-n daughter anif ,
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game on Saturday, to BaUcrS nest week ,. Sf J. cams by plane rd Of
move Mrs burkee Plenty
,, "Mr. and Charles i family and Harry Rafcfa and sons
Wayne Kinney spent the week-I where Rev Price will be pastor of spent last week with Mrs. King'sparents Hill. turned Sunday'from a week's visit of' Starke.Mr. I

; end with Frankie Hutto in Jack,the First Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Charleston,'S. C. j,, and Mrs., J. C. Fogg and .
t J :Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly were They! .also spent ThanksgivingDay '
sonville. I Order Imprinted and Photographs family spent Thanksgiving in the .
visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Walters with Mrs. King's brother 3. :' 2nd. Feature
Christmas Cards now' atBullington's. Scrub. ,
f Citrus and Fruit Trees at Sistrunk's. in Reidsville, Ga. over the Wayne Hill and Mrs. Hill in : "
weekend. Gainesville.Mrs. tfchr Mayor and Mrs: W.-T. Jackson On ,Hand
Mr. and Mrs.: B.. T. Thomas and Mr. 'and Mrs. A. G.: 'Loudonand
is convalescingat
M. H. Lang '
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul and family, the Lavern .Outlaws, families attended a family reunion
D. L. 'Th ases., Bill Dodds and at.the home of Mr. and I
LAKE BUTLER BOTTLED GASFor Bradford Raymond County after confinement Hospital.Rev. in : Jack Hazens spent the' weekendat Mrs.: Frank Weaver in "Willistonon ,STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES y

the,Thomas camp in the Scrub.: Sunday. ,
and Mrs. J. H. Mabry Jr.! Frank Hemingway and L '..GHemingwa.y : Mr. and 'Mrs.. 5 Tyler Jones and

Cooking and Heating and family returned Tuesday froma .attended a 'house-: Mr.:., and Mrs- Buzzy Green and Phone WO 4- 201 Stark Fa.WAYNE'S .
with Dr. and Mrs. '
week's visit
(warming on',Sunday, Nov. 20,;frI daughter were Thanksgiving: ,
Per 100 Ib.
$6.50 Cylinder Sr. and family in New- -
Mabry. :Mr. and :Mrs. C., D.'WIUuun in guests of Mr. aryl Mrs. ,Charles

port news, Va. I i Jacksonville.<< ,Mrs. Williams is,the,, Godfrey in, Jasper.Mrr'and .: t

Heater CITRUS AND FRUIT TREES-, ': former Frances Hemmingway < Mrs., R.. D.: ,Anderson I tI
---- Special ---- Oranges 'Grapefruit, Satsumas,''I Moyer :daughter and niece>of: thHemnitngways. e, or,Plant l City were. visiting; "Mr. Cash SUPERETTE

.. Pecan. Plum Persimmons at Sis-- and Mrs: W. :Hal; Hand and I .t
BTU Heater trunk's. R..:: O.::.Dansby 'underwent, ,surgery r', d 1itef.tl: a'':ovei-the.rweekend. ., I
25,000 Space Mr., and Mrs. Joe Gissy :and I ?Bradford. County..Hospital. 1 r) irsch' Draper* 'Rods at'.'Stark *
Owned Cecil
i and Operated by Wayne Douglas and", u AN ALLIED AMISTS ftCTUtt
family of Waycross, Ga- have! : : H.tird ar : .' '"ttI tAg
.on'Tuesday. : ; ., ,
"i" : v.'Tyler
40,000 BTU Space Heater 39.50 the Green house at 32 e t" -: Dquglas, Formerly Manager of Suwannee: Store.
rented : Mrs.>T. a, 9tri tricklandof, ,Bellea I ,'Mrd. :Mrs; '-Jones. were. '
N. Walnut Street. '!.II'. Gissy is,' L Glade, ,"was 'vtifthi ;; {ri;; aftdjMtfcPaul ; ". F id3p;-."evyntng" )' :supper" <'guest- :'of $11( W.,,.Madison .- Phone wtr: 9231 l j *8rd. Feature 'i
Phone > ,
4 6-4351 Lake Butler forester for Container Corp., 'Itay ond': $nd::: 4k .M.:::HLange"ovei'khe Qi'lan4;1h j.P.:1.'Entasningerat: Ve Reserve The Right To Limit Quantity ,
U, ' 'eriiaridina'Beach 'l' GRAND CANYON
r I : weekend : l
Mrs. Virginia i McGuire of Orlando Mr. and Mrs. G. Manual TurnI Long Grain Rice

Mrs Edna, Sistrunk.. and I of, Gainesville are, Thursday: FOR DF" i Cartoons: Turning the Fables' j
Mr, 'and Mrs: Erro; Atyarez: r E i evening dinner guests of Mr. and 1'0 "LBS. I

in JacltsonyiHe, Saturday visa ltbgMrs : 'Mrs'W,: Hal Hand C j SUN. & MON.

THIS WEEK ONLY Mabel ""Bradenllr."and, MrSj, YrS. C. D. --Williams returned j Kounty Kist. Cream t DEC. 4, & '5 '\

A d Herbert Dahl, and .Miss Myrtle! ,Tuesday from a week. In Eau Gal- Style Corn
v Reddish. lis-wlth Mr.:and Mrs. Billy Clark. .. I
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Sewing MtAhlqf! :at Deomart, :and :family spent' Thanksgivingwith I '
orWETINaHOOSE OnlyWESTINGHOUSE furniture 1'.e.Mdope. .. her mother Mrs. G E. Mc- Van Camp Pork & I

Griffin i pf Ochlock-: Gauley, in Palatka'Chace and Beans-16 Oz. Cans : END

flee,Ga.- spent Tuesday to Thursday -, Frankie Hardy stayed in Palatka ,CANSFOR f T .

40INCH $ RANGE $$160 with her parents, ){r. and t :with, relatives over the weekend. 10
Mrs.:F.. F. Stump' $&'. and Mrs. J. P. Holder of k "THE STORY OF.

Mrs. X X Smith and children l Jacksonville and W1l:1)voo.Were: Pillsbury S. R.

.. t were in Opalocka over the week. Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs Flour I I .

end visiting her parents, )fr. and I 'v.. V. Hazen. LB. BAG FRANZ LISZT
the electric Range>i with Hew Ideas! Mrs. Jerry Bolden.. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith of 1'0 I
'1.1111. Mary Dally of How y4n- J Tampa spent the weekend: with STARRING: Dirk Borganle M
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tn* cook on..easiest to clean the-Hflls 'has rented the Seymour,I 1 IMis. Laura Tison.. Pure Lard I| Franz Liszt with Genevieve Pace. =
Simplest house at 537 N. Walnut Street., Mr. and Mrs. Inman Green andi 3 Ib. 'Jars Patricia Morrison, Ivan Dfony' ,
Mrs. R. C. Weaver i family,Mrs. Louie Bell Parks and JARS FOR Dr
Sr. of Jacksonville : -, 2 I Martita Hunt, Lou Jacobi and
Features Iftitttse feateres Iliai and Mrs, Lonette Kouros I son 'Buddy of Atlanta, Mrs. Joe, Capucine. '
these mW cllatBCFORQNLY ot Miami were weekend guests'of(-Wilson. .and Mr.' and Mrs. W. G. I

make cooking I Mrs. Eollne Smith. They visited iStringfellow spent Thanksgivingwith MAXWELL BOUSEINSTANT In Cinemascope A" Eastman Color

so simple... soeasy. Mr. and Mrs. D. E., Weaver in Mr. and Mrs. George Matoassa Jar 29c Cartoon: Whoa Kitten Who
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Qiritmaa, Ga: on SUnday. + And family in Green Cove COFFEE *.

Mrs: 'Mary 'L. Scoggins'' returning Springs.' With $5.09 Grocery Order i Thurs., Fri. Dei. 8, 9

to her home in Columbus 1 anger mewlsf Macntue Needle -__ ,Double 'Feature Program t

$19500 ; I Ga. this weekend after visiting Iat Jtefinark' FjiTOHor C.,' tf
t f Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Scoggins the ,Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Herlong Frozen Foods

I past two weeks i had. as last Friday luncheon ,
"4 Y 3r'1; tO.Iii I i Mr. and Mrs. 'James O. ,Sewell 1, guests Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Moseley SKI WAV ,
: I of Fort White Mrs. Addie
USf and family of .
:- 'uatstoNTAOIs: nofi-otiT tauut uin were' BREADED SHRIMP 10 Oz. 39c
( Wheeler of Taf t and Mrs. Corine Pkg.
CREDIT TEPl4 lab II tk* teas. watt visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sew- <
tat: A ttrtJt I It
e ....t lor ptrttct resells. .. + wl e '
:> n.y.0..a'.,.a., K.S I \ CITRUS AND FRUIT TREES-l '>Jr. and Mrs. Charles Knight McKENZIE 10 OZ. PKGS. 1 Ny.It

t. Oranges, Grapefruit SaUnmas,and, children of Gainesville. and TURNIPS with ROOTS 2 For 25c ,
Pecan Plum, Persimmons at SlsI -'Paul Knight of Miami> were s
I trunk's .- I Thanksgiving guests of Mrs., D.; McKENZIE 8 OZ. PKGS. '
I I CCt0/1/ b otLUEj
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#YC I 4 M Attending the I IE..Knight.Mr II I
funeral of William Bill Morar of BROCCOLI SPEARS 2 For 35c ETH MQHE TMN1 ELGIZENVA
: and Mrs
; ,
W. Page in f
t Lake qtf Mon- q" ""'
Panama City Mr. and Mrs. C, _
day afternoon. were Miss Sate : PIKDSEYE 9 OZ. PKGS. .rwu sxi.m serer rs

AUTOMATIC! TIMES UfI.Off_"; : ,Strath, Merrffl! Strut ..Adam f H, Register' of 'Tallahassee, and ,FRENCH FRIES 2 For 35c 'p M
Starts Ilea tau it. M* t M1 flit If ... ; ''Green Herbert 'Glee .' ;Mr's.Robeit .I Mr. and;.I Mrs. Al, Wunderlick of
,tUM II t* MtUUUUll}. WiWII tsad tat tdalty.a Thanksgiving'r Cartoon Plutos Dream House '
Beach were .
l Riviera
Westinghouse Ekctrie Ranges give you more ._ ; I Green, and Mr.:' nd'Mrs.Pon C ..
f. .. in features that make cooking (and clean up)'a ; Page'' and son, ..Do nnie. Mr-.,r guests. .of Mr. and-)Irs. H.A. Law'sort II I I .
Meat THURS. & FRI. ,:<
joy.instead of a chore and in quality that meaai ;, Page was"the'husband of,the for- Specials
dependability aDd long life i met Frederick'StruXh. I 3017 ,1114 Runt IDa- !1 ,DEC. 8 & 9
fhlne Wt with a new,Staler Belt
Mrs. Robert .
E. Tiimer|
nd Mrs,
i ;
i frog -Den iArK!' FprcUpra C* ,tf I II 1st. Feature '
and No other
Compare yoaH see. Range gives Charles Hron-of Baldwin were :
all the features visitors ,Mr.and -Mrs. Tyler Jones spent BRISKET STEW c '
you you'llM on Westinghouse. Sunday of )frs J. H. LB29'
the weekend with Mrs.' AggieJanes
None matches! Westinghouse (in quality i Fields. t I ENEMY GENERALo
MIlAN UIUD owxj I \ and.relatives in' Cfclkhan.
I i"'"If ev T $ f Shirley Johns and sons,I
fitrfeet! nnlt. every,/ ,!"" 1; cnra e daet'l sc tkjl $ir..,and Mrs. Vernon Bamett CHUCJwAST: OR I
t- houSe and Mrs. Prazier' S1Ja.wspen of the Strangest now it
_: .1IItJlut'llw.td \'OUCAJl"UIEIFA' Vfes 1Do .....'. ieir Mr stweF and-familyof San Diego, Calif. paI
I, Thanksgiving{ with,_ 'M!'; and I LB. c be told .!'turi . STARRDficjjVaa
with 3S' I
I Mrs.Ovid Bennett..iaJacfcionriOeMr. are, spendingthis month. !MBUIGR ,_Johnson Co-starring &ap I
their parents, Mrs._ Barnett. at :
And .- dnd Mrs. J* :JfeckerhartoivH. .of Pierre Anmont and Dany Cartel
A Store Full Of Bargains On Both Major : .J. aril return, :.Dec.; fiaifwd nd,'Mr. anA-Mis:,Authur, : ,
Dale'"inStarke: before, being
e 10 ,after -majiaj: with ihdr 2nd., Feature
I Small Appliances. : daughter, ,Mrs &nith'.DeVoe: and transferred..with the- Navy to Key SMOKEDSAUSAGESTREAE0LEAN: ">. 33c j
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I I i ,fat.. WestMrsi'W.. F Hertong" gave'to :; FAST and SEXY I
Klfsch Drapery Rods. at statu dinner: panT last Sunday
"SHOP US AND -SAVEE"! ; Hardware. 'fist '*- *' STARRING: Gina \
; *n #Ite HerkmTS' birthday Lofcbrigtd*,
Mrs,: Ef fle Johns had a.s vissi! tots i anniversary. Present! were -Mr..and WHITE BftCOB LB. '29c \ Dale Robertson Vittorfo De $&, *

over the ire it:r.d, Mrs.. F. : W!: Mr \ ;.N..-Stteirlst er, Mrs. i In Technicolor andCOMING Techalra ., {.
I Webbof Hawthorne* Jdrs.: PtULlndsey : Mary1 Ann Bitch, Mr. 'and,, Mrs.J I

: j of ugh Sf r1n." ." Mrs, *. V.:Hertoi* And soKMark.Mr. PIG FEET LB. 5c59c : SOON i i

: H'URTH FLORIDA SUPPLY COMPANY Henry ''carter ot ManmeI ."- .and l and:'Mre.-Ma ,N..'.Uerloiii: ,and : | DEC. 11, 12 & 13 .. {

I George Balsden.aM Miss Marina, son,'Rodney.,all of Jacksonville. :
I Holiday &Jacksonville.Gwen1 Mrs-HildabeBe Bence and Miss LB. EL VIS PRESLEY&! ,:

222 North Temple Ave., Phone WO 4-2113 I Lewis' 5>ent the-weekend= l Niia,Downing. -of, .,JicksonvffleMonday. CUBED STEAK I 1.G BLUES "
I c 'tf 2 with,her'aunt Mrs,.G.. W. Baslei.t: lgltrg Mrs...Btta Uo9ver ton I -- -..',--- -... ...- ... ,, ,.
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.:.. DECEMBER 1, 1960 : IAU1U.\ ?ACL TTIEEB
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I First Christian I ?u3Y l't.} ; ; it Beta Club Hears I County, Florida to-wit: on or before said date-.a required
.mii I The East Half (E%) of the {lby the Laws of Florida and the
Ladies! Council ; l Asst. Principal (Southwest Quarter SW>*) of the ,j Florida Rules of Civil Procedure ,
Y .- r Northwest Quarter (NW\i ) of the :I'If I you fall to do so a decree pro ,
Holds ; fiii Southeast Quarter I jSB'; )<>8f /Section i confesso will be entered against '
MeetingMembers l'' 1 J .C'I: i I;: College Professor ::, Township ( South llange i you for the relief demanded in thei
)44 fZ2 East except the Easterly 120 I complaint. '
f '
is =L I o: Circle 'Inr e of 1 ,.:: ; H. A.. Sprow, assistant principaland I i County feet thei-e-t Graded which Road. lies .North of this IT Order IS HEREBY and notice ORDERED shall be published that-

the Ladies Council of ,the Chris- 1 .. : 11.1 .". also an instructor at Brad- I C'REETIXUS: You are hereby once each week for four consecutive ,
tian.Church. met in the church ; ;!: .' ford High School J. was guest notified that a suit In equity has weeks in the Bradford i

ara 11 r.,, Gladys Mooty I annex last week for the social ""...r'..,,.'' ... ',' ,. .:..;..'t.:1'...... .':'"" speaker at the regular meeting of __ r ; I of been you brought by Ira against H. Truex you and and each his County published Telegraph in Bradford a newspaper County ,

...,, and business meeting. \.i' ,: : the Beta Club heft Wednesday. i wife, Helen F Trues as plaintiffs, I Florida and having a general circulation ;
i In the above entitled Court and within Mid County. !
J 1i During the business session, ] 1! -.'' Nov. 23, in Miss Della Rosenberg'sroom I I I cause; that the relief sought in said ,i Witness my hand an Clerk of the !
m..1f w.u 0sFif .! Garden Club Meets conducted bY' the leader, Mrs. W. ,: ,: A.- '. t at the school. The topic of 6" y i suit is to remove clouds from and. Circuit Court of Bradford County
4- .to quiet and confirm the plaintiffs' Florida and the seal of said. Courtat I
ti.i. 4'J. )
L. Andrews, the circle voted to '
:t.L'1.-st"Ian -" At Nollman Home w \..s > :--J 3x;\ ', ., his discussion was the comparative I fee simple title thereto against the I] Starke, Bradford County Flori
aropt as its 1961 project a cover 'c advantages and disadvan- I claims of you and each of-you; and da this 29th day of November

1I1bl ISld vl rf cheotiRl Christmas decorations were and floor over the annex door. "'."""! ... ":. "l1 "!! tages of large and small colleges. .'and you are required hereby to summoned.file your Ordered answer 1 tSKAI"!:-0 OF THE CIRCUIT COURT) !
"; H"
". used In the home of.Mrs. W. H. Officers for the new year were ."lt'. .J. ':' The club also heard at this'time jf.r written defenses to the complaint I $d Charles .\. Darby
\ 1 +,Hic"'W 3'hostess for. Nollman when the -Garden Club elected as follows: .Mrs. W. L. l1 Dr. John Moorman who is head '.. I I' in undersigned said cause in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Clerk of the Circuit Bradford County Florida
I tlftd'azomtl) & 7 tun+'heolt meetingc'cgCtitle i met there Monday night Andrews leader; Mrs. Equilla 8 j of the Business Education De- '*-ourt. in Stark. Bradford County PT Marian U Crol'lb'o4'' Do :Co''

Drt cf.h! First! Chris- the business session, Roberts; co-leader; Mrs. Ara partment at the University of > Florida, on or before December 31. Theron A. Yawn Jr. !&>
During ,
I960! and "
!! 'tamht1tetlte'devotionalbjsldl to serve copy thereof on P. 0 Drawer 91 ,
J } Moltt, Mrs. Millie Fogg,
conducted by the,president.: Mrs. secretary; '= Florida. Information concerning Theron A. Yawn, Jr.. plaintiffsattorney / Starke Florida .
.Tarttiara'C itfie. new of- treasurer;' Mrs Eunice Wilson, 'h available scholarships and other whose address is: Post Attorney .for PlaintiffB.
M. F. Hazen, an April 1 date ..4y' 'Office Drawer 791, Starke. Florida 1-1 4t n.!!
fttm..wene1c. .F, the comingeart chairman Mrs. Rose
for was tentatively set for the annusl program ; interesting facts about the uni-
-' and 1'-'O'eAJ';11ook was also Bell Tomllnson assistant --- -- "as
Spring Flower' Show. :Membersere program versity were discussed by Dr -
ptannedt +Mj ti Badgettprayer. : chairman; Mrs. Bessie ,
Winkler Moorman. I
currently selling 'candy as a
tr closed;.U. g wlth telephone chairman; Mrs. Leona Harley- Chesser s'

.r .14ixa.1-Cljde' L C-qlfoji<< assisted money Mrs. making Nollman project.:was' assisted by 'English visiting committee chair- Dads To Shine At Vows Recited I Pyrofax-O

MttiHickalart serving refresh- man; Mrs, John McKinney Mrs. t i'
:Mrs. Paul and :Mrs.
mthts1JoiUt ten.m; n bers pres- Raymond Susie Beaver, 'Mrs. Marjorie Un 1, : Southside PTAThe Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard C. Harley I

.tnt.ryinf r'igutjihe Thanks- I Maxie Carter, Sr./."as, 't-host ss- derbill Mrs. P.. S. Denmark, Mrs. announce the' marriage of See Us Now For Your Gas Needs J

gildn. ;.motlfJ es. Julia Wells, Mrs. Effie .Johns, i= Southside PTA will meetat their daughter, Mary, to RichardL.

I Newman ,and Mrs. Alice Kite, program of special 'interest to in Folkston, Ga. The ceremonywas

..,:.Z',. prayer chairmen. .A all "dads." I performed in the' Baptist GAS. .
,. /ft'j After the meeting a covered ) To be presented by Bob Ben- Church by Rev. Battbn: Pastor in ,

'),',, ;\ dish dinner 'was enjoyed by the ner.. city recreation director, the the presence of a few relatives. FOR HEAT

., "..' cfRFy nine members present. program will include children The bride is TWIS+ GOOD GAS KEEPS .
;- ; 't a graduate of the
-r' The Christmas party will be from the recreation program, and
.y ,ta 9, I held Dec. 15 at the home of Mrs.: will be of interest to mothers as 196Q graduating class of Bradford j .

,Charlie Cowen. well as fathers. All- parents are High School. Mr. Chesser, SAYS UKFRKZE! : AWe :

t4L 'L'a I i i f. ([cordially invited to attend. the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. STOP YOUR SHIRKING* : FOR COOKING
." 82nd BirtHdayCelebrated Refreshments will be served Chesser of Starke. He is .
em- "
,. Patricia Alvarez} I after the meeting and a nursery uowIGEI GAS
(r.r. I.
.. ployed with Winn .
'. ; By Takes Vows With will he available for children Dixie Store. ,j. e Y .
: \t, while parents attend the meeting. The couple will reside in Starke. t2
I I't (A. L. Beasley. Dewayne Baldwin i[ FOR HOT WATER

\ I I! A. li Beasley celebrated his Bazaar, Bake Sale la The Circuit Court Of The Klghth '
'"...,i' I The home ofMr.. and Mrs. Jud'plal Circuit GASI.
!' j Of Florida la And '. !
82nd birthday anniversary on I '
"v Wiles Duke DuBose of Jacksonville Sponsored By WSCSA For Bradford ('oaat,. In Chaaeery.
Sunday, Nov. 27; at his home in I Can .X e. I5.nii. ,a
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I was the setting Saturday Ira H. Truex and his wife, Helen .
; ," ,f ;r t. LwrR Lawtey. evening. Nov. 12, at 7:30 o'clock bazaar and bake sale will be P.: Trues, Plaintiffs vs G. C. !Sweat: I FOR CLOTHESDRYING
Among those who gathered to et a!. Defendants
for the wedding of Miss Patricia sponsored by the WSCS on '
'I srriT TO QtirET TITLE
enjoy this occasion with Mr.
Alvarez daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thursday Dec. 8. starting at 10 Order Of Publication/ And Notice
Beasley were: A. F. Beasley and To DefendIn
Rufus Alvarez of Staike and Jerald o'clock at the Methodist Fellowship -
family Mr. and Mrs. RudolphBeasley The Xame Of The State Of When You Use
Hall Pyrofax Gas For These
Dewayne Baldwin, U. S. N. of Florida To:
and children, Mrs. Roy Jackson :Minn., son of Mr. .and A turkey dinner will be served Temple Co-Operative Colony of *
V Beasley and children. all ot Win- Florida and its members officers Needs You Get
'in Hall from 12 at
a ha. Mrs. Ralph C. Baldwin: of Jack- the noon $1 a creditors, lienors,
successors and
I ter Haven Mr.. and Mrs. H. G. %
; plate. :assigns, all of n-ho e residences! are

I Beasley,. of Plant City'; Mr. and son.The Rev. W. E. Hall, pastor' of Items at the' bazaar will feature I Unknown son; J. P:, and Oliver Kdward; John B.N. r Oliver)/Ifk<>r-: FASTERCLEANER. SAFER

I I Mrs. Jack Hicks and family of the Pine Level Baptist Church of Christmas gifts, books plants tames Xooney. individually and as And The Most
AndalusiaAla..; Mr. and Mrs. Starke officiated at the double Christmas wrappings, doll clothes fluent for Temple Co-Operative Dependable Gas There, Is.
Marvin Hicks of Panama City; and other items of interest. Colony of Florida; Al"za Hayes[ ;
xry I I ring ceremony. The wedding Robert M. Smith, and their respect-
k Mrs. Daisy Dunn and daughtersof music was played by Mrs. WillisE. The public is invited to attend. tive nouses, if any; O. C. Sweat We Appreciate All Business 1
and his wife, Bula A. Sweat
Andalusia, Ala.; Mr. and Mrs ; and
DuBose. pianist. Simon J. Tenrple and his wife
1r A. W. Beasley of Pensacola; Mr. The bride given in marriage by Story Hour Sarah J. Tp''IIeall of whose reosp'tlve
x < and Mrs. James Dunn and family : residences are unknown)
her father, had as her only attendant if alive, and if dead then his her
or "
For Children 'to
.r R of ,Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. her sister Mrs. W. D. unknown ha''s, deyiseos, legatees,
; ,* >a Charles H. Beasley and family of grantors. I' -nrv, creditors suc
; as matron of-honor. ''
-' ,4, JUss Norma censors IP interest and all other PHONE
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tw Starke Mr Wallace PHONE
ti'" la's i> ; Robert Vetters'served .as best persons claimingany interest In
Harden of Lawtey; Mrs.. Thelma man for Mr. Baldwin. of Friends of the Library an- the hereinafter described property WO
1 I "' nounces that a Children's Story by through under or against each WO
1f Tenhabt t .arid hHdre l of'. Palat- After1 '
1.\1 the. .ceremony,. a recent on such deceased, and All other
UU" ---- per
f ka.andMrsv.Brad; 1 Ii cLeod and T-- Hour will be held in the children'sroom wins claiming
: ; ; ; : was'held in.the DuBose home any interest in. the
: 1hd : I of the Starke Public .Library jnr'vpertv hereinafter described 4,7551
: children ,,of' Stark: where; I I by 4-7551 6'
arrangements of' white i through, under
or against them or
: .t on Saturday afternoon
i I le'tlur of
chrysanthemums and. gladioli them and all other per-
Mri.QdelJ "r welt Declo;;: and Dec. 17, from 2:30.to: sons claiming any right title or
used in decorating.Miss I
Barren (Interest whatever In or to the folj -
rl ir. ........,..--.... ,.... Given .tprk ,Shower Lillie 'Morgan 'kept thebride's Christmas stories will be told, lowing I j I I lands situate in Bradford .
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-u-. .:, \ '. J.;.. f book and Mrs.. J. -L. "Alyarezof 1-
.. .. I In' SmithHome : ; 'aid'Christmas records played.
", ." 'ei MtVta ClAMOUK. ; Iiddleburg,. s1st .-1n-1 w9t AU ldren'from' ,
-6 12 invited
'I O' ,,, QQP: to are -
t.. .the bride, presided at;the '
ii t. .. -.... .. _. ''1if. ,- 4Mrs.. Jpii4es. A;, S4 U1van. Mrs. punch bowL Mrs. Owen Alvarez of .'

.", .\; -' ._ Marvin Birt.. -and' Mrs!- X. M.Smith" SJarke; sister-in-law of the. bride. 1 .

MS* : lltsl4t8NIiD.I! .SIDEUNd. endorsed ty Ton'.TodcLDapM .enleriafoecl' ;'af' -a :lovely I I served' the wedding cake. Singing Convention.

!uT\ $ret Ili, of> a dress with'step.'in'ease'and'tutton\ ;on .atdrtFshower: '.T esd.aY 'eveJ1ing of'!. Little Miss Mozelle DuBose,

t :a$ ;. the'sl&Jwi The chic (it all:double poclet.cuffs: : widened last week at"the"home. thEdatter niece of' the bride;; provided the Convention The Bradford-Union will meet Singing rv HE OUGHT TO EAT MY GDODNESSt n
for''' Mrs. Odell'Warren. guests with 'dainty'bags of ''rice :: Sunday JASPER BAXTER! sis
11; > .. .,-I ,tolls i rchief.! .It's singular i l .good' ''looks,'beautifully!} '.The party wad held in the Florida with which to shower the bride Dec. 4, at 2 p. m. .in Pine Level UhCL!gIGiMdI.E 1 R KNERDY FOOD FROM DOESN'T SLEEP ISMT HE A {

t.tz' .; i '-1 tailrybroo; k.tt affle-textured'ipottpn std rndf: om pf'hVSmith:Jiom"e.-The and.grponv; \ __ Baptist Church. Everyone inter- "DCP E* DAN- ,. CityhshtiMeatMarM FOR TWENTY DAYS NERVOUSWRECK a
: =e'ntiacelete 3I 1 lace .covered( -' refreshment' table and"Mrs. c.Baldwin ested,in gospel singing is' invited. SLEEPY TIME .d ? H
J-" v-.f A Gren; lilac or deep.be'f'' ;l 1210 O12ktq'; J 2 ; ; !l:!. are( residing AT' 'A 4t'HES
:: :: I held;a centerpiece chrysanthe- in Jacksonville following ALL THE .

">.V!!:;: '>- >?fil the'' OOK' is' expensive ?!
was',placed' 'at. ,one. end .of the do-'sO th Florida.Christmas ,

":. .. : : ':' ..: .'. tabled'
Two"games'were, played during Is Planned i ,tot 6 .
.Jtt"o,1'. ..:... \"' .. V DestructiveV O,
:ft 't' the party hours and.prizes': were
.ioj': '''"'' .i42 By Gospel Tabernacle Unsaiiitanr
awarded to MrS:: Warre'n'nd' Mrs.
f- .
.: 1f : V Unsightly
...'-,, ,',"'.,, I :: Prescott Gill d' I
:." ': Thanksgiving: having been observed .- V Disease iCarrying
to the
"" ', \ B".4' The gifts .were presented -
,. .'':!.'\!" '.. : : ; .. honoree .to a bassinet decoratedwith plans are now being made for .0 5 '' *g
11-3' the Christmas at the
.!X. k' blue crepe paper, with a
', :: <19..t.': < doll sitting in the center. Gospel Tabernacle: This Saturday

." ,. .' .)," i> : bully hostesses' Mrs.I night] there will be a "Christmas
"'It" I The presented lb.
: ..; ..-. ;f ; : Warren with a diaper 'pail .and a Birthday Party for Jesus" at S ARE RIBS 33c

;' I dozen /'diaPers. as a memento of I which gifts' will be brought to be FRYERS -LB. 2SC
< ;.r: :
the occasion.. I sent to Missionaries in Ecuador,
; the Land .. '. .......
t r { Puerto Rico,' and Holy [M Wt. Jll'& --- .err
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.. .. Obscene LiteratureTo and practice will be held for the FRESH CHUCKHENS"
t. ": Christmas program. DIAL WO

., \ Be Topic Of Communion will be observed lb.
.' '. ROAST 39 C
': 'Junior omen. next Sunday morning' closeof .

: ': ':: .:..y.? '; services. .' -.' ;' ,4-3965' ._ r
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4 r. The public-is invited, to hear
:7f'>. .. Mrs;-Gerald White. .01 Jacksonville. L MEAT FRESH PORK
Recent Births
." k' speak on obscene literature at ; .Florida --ft--
E x meeting of .the Junior STEW SSe! LB.
i: e i F the regular- Bradford County Hospital announces Pest PICNICS M 35c
?s 4 K r ?Ta'; Woman's ,Club, Monday night at the following births:: .

'.:'C t.s.: t y r t .-o'clock' ln..the. ..chibChouse.. ,. ;Mr.vand Mrs. William Leslie. ,Coldrol .
.-8't'' S < Hostesses for' theevening will Shadd Lake'Butler,, a son:,' Nov.. BRISKET STEW OR -
:''- Lct .. be' Miss 'BettY"Jane, 'Morgan, 22..: CHEMICAL CO.

1 .. ... t ,. t chairman 'Mrsv Paul Hutchins, lb. MULLET lb. 10
.-. Mr. and.Mrs!-Jackson Gregory, STEW -39 i -
>,. -......,-.... d x. a e C wYry + .. Mrs.. George,Shufor4 MrS, X.and M. Starke, a son,-Phillips Lloyd, Nov. 1
'i' ,. Smith Mrs. Jimmy Rowe, 22. ,
.,JI. MrS. Wayne Haines. I
::' : -t '" th1; air. and Mrs..Frederick Harper, America's Most Imitated
'" : Starke, a daughter, BridgetteDar1ene

;'ji 1.i'1, :. '... Alpha Gamma: ,. Nov,. 21.. STORM WINDOW KIT Weekend Beef Sale!

P'I Meets At.SChool Mr.;: and Mrs. Calvin Kelly, .
\i g4 Ovr iS,000,000 Uare
; : t 1" Hampton a son, John Calvin, Nov.
:' ;''' ?t: Sri 4 'The AI PI ha.Gamma sorority metrecently ZL-

...(.. .;;, 7. I in ,,Mrs.. Ruth' Fraaer's Mr.. and Mrs. William Gnann ROUND STEAK PiIc
oJ -, $school oom; with Mrs. Wffla Mae 'Starke, a son, William Theodore Traasparent '

t' .r: 'S ai.@i4y a, e. Denton. as co-hostess.. Gnann, Jr., Nov. 26. .
a Zeti Mrs. Ernestine Register, president Mr. and Mrs. Robert H ap, Plastic -
<< was in charge: of the pro- Starke a son, Robert Earl Hall, HONE STEAK

{, ; w .t et gram, The'deVotionaJ, was given Jr, Nov. 27.

by Mrs.: R:Mullins. and reportswere tMr. and Mrs. Doyle Eubanks,

.'.. given"by the chairmen.' The : Starke.. .a son. Doyle Ray' Eu- SIRLOIN 1$
en uo discussed plans fora I banks. Jr.. Nov. 27. 4 .
: rf1' n' Christmas party for the exceptional .
It f :NM t1w Iii classes; Mr. and Mrs. Larry S.. Broadway

Keystone Heights, a, daughter $ fA
Refreshments were served by Tambria \
Leigh Nov 26. .
\ Mrs. Frazier .and drs. Denton....at \ \
Mr. and Mrs.
} : &HIRT 7"ill IMUB. Vicly tialtg A';>L fftatna: >t\i. the'close of.the.meeting.Woman's Starke. a daughter Tammie Johnson e ALL GREENS 2 Bunches for - 35cpLl

,1, if1 sports KM fcsHljm+ eye-cues in its lean lines, trimly tucbj :Elaine, Nov. 28.

tvdi bx, and luttonQ. Bodice. Terrific trouper'oa your town ortrael 1 Exec Board Mr. and Mrs. Foster Hayes, .

frfe'f, twrttWks to CohWs cool, Traveler Hampton son. William,_. Jack.
,crisp .It
.I The executive -.board .of the -29.- pnn 0TOIHST
) 1: tudd I ji) crop* polyester 1 and.Pima! cp ttom drip I1ry. I Starke..Woman's Club will ,meet Nov --1

,. 4i. ty : jived, LI 6g1 IiJac9l 5, t01S.r I Thursday afternoon. Dec. 8, at CaD OF THANKS1'Mav :' f Ir
-,, 'p.;" 3:30f: ( o'clock at the club house. .

116 j. onl the lOOK is ,expensive $10.95 v:. we take this method 'oothanking { : ,r S STOCK A COMPLETE UHE' GROCERIES

.' UDCMeeting our neighbors. and auu
friends for their kind expressions eau,
; )B W. T. Weeks'chapter. U. D. C. errd
t BINS'e"Store sympathy in our bereavement.

will meet Wednesday' afternoon. [!These expressions have been 1 1I
Dee. 7, at 3 o'clock at the home

; of .Mrs. George Patten !Kith; Mrs. !deeply appreciated. The Family f aoFe ti awdttbral r PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY TIIROUGH MONDAY NIGHT
:j 1 Th of, Values'* Joe Wilson as co-hostess. I of Mrs. Laura Whitehead CoUeJ.I guuaaaFk06latati6 ra nusalt OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 A.M. TO 9 PJL
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and plow unit. The -
editorial r water truck is stationed at Florida WHILE H WAITOR II "We eliminate the middleman ..profitq4'tl.f ?

Farmer's Diary Forest Service headquarters on

"7;", I I It State will Road be:operated 100 west as of a standby Starke. I]: II One Quart Each 4:1:

: j I By Sam MeGarvrj I vehicle or for small house fires One Day ServiceWE or Gallon F R E Elt11 buy.
The Full
Significance ( t :ake on a new look. I Jin rural areas. The change did SELL BRONSON SHOES I
5I | not result in any additional; man- ;. ,
... Coming as it did in the midst of Thanksgiving holidays ., I I I According a Forest Service survey -:power being needed. COURT Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.98 GaL 4J

the announcement of the forthcoming hydrocarbon extrac- i insect damage is the lowestin 1 Very dlY weather during November SHOE REPAIR

; tion plant to be constructed in Bradford County within the four years, but we Appear to : has caused conditions describes MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
126 North Court St.
:: next 12 to 18 months (if FPC approves) probably did not : have a lot of trouble with the ips as "explosive" in the
its full significance on the community conscious-i ,I battle! and we are going to use woodlands of Bradford ani Union Starke, FloridaE. 501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-758?
Register I Owner\
I BHC to try to control it. Counties. "One careless spark in \ Hall & Mgr.
fleas. Diverted by holiday activities, there was a quick glance II I 4 the woods could start a holo-
I at the headlines-then back again to the turkey laden '
i Florida Power caust that would take das ,
.. j Charles Lamb once-wrote a dissertation Light have I ,
; _, ,.; table. | on roast pig and whilewe run a line for Finnegan. our old to stop," according to County
-I The- full significance of the announcement is not entirely j have no amoitions as an es- water pump, so now Sam is backto 'Rangier Jimmy Hodges. He cautions -! ...-.
in the plant itself (a. not-to-be-sneezed-at $7,000,000 i;sayist, if we ever wrote one it I| the same old battle to try to :! every person In' Biadford Y. T* '}
,; or better project), but also in the implications of why the j. would be in praise of '"fat-wool"; keep Mr. Finnegan in a working:; :mj Union Counties to .be extremely ..- : -__ .l

v plant is being brought here. On a cool, leggy day this week mood. To.start with, Sam Will cautious with fire--hi or ':"'.
::, Purpose of the operation will be to extract nine hydrocarbon '.we decided it would be pleasantto promise to refrain from making hear the woofs at least until a, :. r4 _I
unkind remarks about nb:anlial amount: of rain has ,
the pump :
have the fireplace going. Used "
:, components from the natural gas now flowing into fallen: *: .
the who'male
designer the
oak company "
some and pine logs only two ;
N Fonda through the lines of the Houston Corporation.,Little pieces of iatwood ana a little : it. and the outfit who sold "Plea'c report any planned ccnj ; ?

,.. These valuable components include pure gasoline, propane i, piece of paper, and in moments it, proyidirv; old. Iron Head: :works. j trolled! burning, to Forest Service : BUDGETS : ; ;
(bottled gas), methen, ethane, butane, isobutane, pentane, I j. we had a cheerful blaze !headquarters, phone WO 4-2721, I I' ; .
isopentane, and hexane. Some of these are vital to the ;i going. I I But Finnegan has always been; or any uncontrolled fire in the, ;
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".. great plastics industry, and will undoubtedly be a major'! I just like a mule. He'll work if he ; woods," Hodges said. An operator j ji : LEAK ;

step in wooing this type of manufacturing to Florida. In I j i No kindling wood, no charcoal, feels like it, and if he doesn't i: is on duty 24 hours a day to take [ ; ( ,I
., short. the plant will provide the hydrocarbons !I no sprinkling the logs with kerosene even an act of the Legislaturewon't jail calls. .*%' I i a t'.' 1
necessary : [ a dangerous practice!!- get him going again. And, .! Jack D. Griffis is the new as-j ;:.
that is and which could not -
::4" industry so dependent upon, |, i TOO '
no, just a few pieces of heavy, by the way how's your water sistant ranker in the Lawtey j .
heretofore be offered in Florida due to the transportation ;
aromatic fat-wood,and you've got pump! area replacing J. C. Sapp who j ( .-
cost of bringing them in. la i[: fire going. The stumps: of the resigned!! to. accept other employment i a : .
: Another significant feature of the proposed new plant I'long-leaf yellow pine which pro-'! Forest Service |' J ee ';
is the fact that the natural gasoline recovered in the' [duced the material we also call! "
;3. tion must be refined. To begin with, it will be opera-j Blighter-wood"! are going fast !, Gets New TractorThe St. MArk'* Kniftcnnal) .J ,,;

refineries outside the state, since there are none in Florida I!I now and when it is gone Bradford Rev. Raymond & MaeBIalo .1j

at present. Eventually! however, it is believed that a site'County won't. be. the same. I Florida Forest Service is ', Sunday Services[ -9:45 a.m all -, ,
," for a refinery will be selected in this area and another j please to announce that it now .Church School: 11:00 a.m. !Morn I Tighten yours np: Pay
industrial stride will be I! Good weather for the berry has another tractor and-'plow unit j Ito j tug Prayer and Sermon. : / tills with checks drawn on -
great made. ClOp this week, although it is get- serve the .citizens of Bradford 1 i _____ w.
Although the payroll at- the new plant will not be "as-i ting dry and we imagine that a County. This unit'will be sta-" Holy Communion-F1rst Sunday I', us, to have more accurate

tronomical"-estimated at around 200,600 annually-it !;number of the plantings can f tioned just south*of Lawtey on ':30, a.m.11:00 a.m.; Third SundRY; I records and sore receipts!

is said that more than twice this much will be paid to j I stand a good rain. The few that!! Highway! 301. 1 Wednesday-7:00 p.m.. Choir ,. ,

transportation' personnel who will be brought into the area !we set out for our own use are The same crew that operated Practice; 7:4p.m.: ., Litany an<*
connection with the operation. Apparently the plant and ,growing like weeds. We sprayed I the water truck now operating Bible Study.. 9
'them with insecticide,
its transportation satellite industries will mean an ;annual: a complete ...1 1 -
this week, and we're going to!
payroll well in excess of half a million dollars yearly'' for keep them clean and fertilize That's Our Business I

the area. This "shot in the arm" announcement, even heavily and see what production i I
though realization: is still perhaps more than a year away, ,we can get.Bryaht I If It's Glass We Have ItJ! :

.., could not have come at a more Welcome time. j i 1 I CALL WRITE or VISIT !

It is true that the new plant hinges on Federal Power l!I Reddish and a number I!

Commission approval of a pending pipeline expansion case !of other stockmen! are trying the ;' Joe Peters Glass CO.
White cover FLORIDA
,new improved Dutch
that would increase Houston's pipeline capacity from ;
S-l. According to Bryant, the
278 million cubic feet of gas per day to 370 million cubic i new strain stands up better and1: : 1 FOR ANY GLASS NEED

feet per day. Although it is firmly believed that this FPC ;it produces a heavy crop of seed.J. WP neRfvnfodp", Qtnre Front

approval will be forthcoming there is always the possibility i R. Price, near Melrose, is reported Just (Mail Us A Pattern for IIi1JiiIUIJflEELT, ;; ?
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of an upset in plans in dealing with a Federal agency, j to have made 170 Ibs. of Table TODS : : : ; ; ]

If there is anything that the people of Starke and Bradj j seed per acre. t313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla.. Phone FRo 2-1353
ford County can do to' help',insure FPC approval of Hous- : I

ton's request, they certainly, should go to bat-even if it j Alice Is busy this week on her -
new project; she is starting up a .. ---- -- --- ----
means a fem t trips td Washington* i j plant nursery ani she is white- ,
It seems= safe*to '-pn.dict 'that the hydrocarbon extrac-washing everything in sight.

tion plant will 1 ;provide 'the industrial break-through; that j Twice she went to work on Sam's 9j : :

Florida has tong been searching" for' in' its drive to bring I knobby legs and U. he hadn't'' i I Ir 'H.?

new industry to((the state.. Bradford County, being at the moved away she would have made I

hub of .the natural"gas' pipeline in F16rida will occupy a a white-washed 'scarecrow out of :. .,,, -

most enviable position when this time comes. him. ... I \
Y' '''''' with Reversible- Solid Cushionsegular'
.....;; ,1' *.f.it. ** I .* She used: Joe Kerrigan's for- ; ..
Salute To Tornadoes mula for white-wash:: Lime, rock'
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f -> ; salt and boiled rice as a mixtureis
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Bradford County's fighting Tornadoes have been goodin guaranteed .to' last; according; .. .. : ;> .
to Joe-: at t Yeast until turn ,
you ,
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the past, but we feel they have come into greatness this -
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your back 'or a rain whichever 214.60 "'
'year with their first undefeated season in history.At I comes first. j I .' ', .. ". _
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the ,season's opening, the Tornadoes had no particular -I .. -

reason to lay claim to greatness. They were undersized I Zedra Hamilton, his brother, S
BHS But the and Zedra's son, Tommy 1 "
and lacked the speed of former teams. as Harry : j
season progressed the 1960 'Tornadoes demonstrated on got in some deer hunting last i

nine different' occasions that size and speed are hot every: week over near Lake\Butler and :; ..___.___.ja ':J ; .J

thingr-.-but that courage and a determined. fighting spirit I unlucky Providence others, and in while'the party they> bag-were !: .., .... '

a e- .
The new spirit of the Tornadoes was first demonstratedin ged three- bucks.S.-. j I :. .;
this year's momentous 18-7 victory over Palatka's ,Maroons | Starting Dec. 1 'and lasting un- f

the first in 11 years. That Same spirit saw them de- til Jan. 6 you may sign up in the !

feat a good Santa Fe team 7-0 in the enemy's own camp. I ACP Program with'.Mrs. Mildred; ;
That same spirit saw them whip Green Cove's big Blue \Sapp. She! invites all who are in- : -

Devils ,25-19 to clinch their fourth straight Keystone Con- terested in. the conservation pro- .."..
gram to.see her about the full
ference championship.
.1 i details of the program. ;
f Then last Friday the boys from BHS whipped a better ;

than: good Bolles team and a Starke team went undefeated ; Warm weather continues, and ,II .t

for the first time in its football history, which stretches I i I it looks as if the weatherman,
back to 1929. i who'predicted: mild days for some

The 1960 Tornadoes then, can truly be called great. f time to come has hit it right on ( 1 .

The team has played as one man all season long. Little I the mark. We see where a' naturalist I
has predicted 'an open |
Tornado linemen ( tackle weighs only 155 pounds) have ,
winter, because wild animals have j ti s f. .",
rise'n time and time when the down to _
again chips were a short coat of hair, and so far .
overcome bigger and theretofore better 'foes. Scrawny and I tit looks as though' the elk and I

light Tornado backs have driven around, through and over I Iwould.Qe buffalo are right. ; I GROUP AS SHOWN INCLUDES Sofa with Matching Chair ;

tacklers to gain needed .yardage. .
The 1960 fighting Tornadoes, true competitors in ,any The rights-of-way along our Two Step Tables Cocktail Table Two, table Lamps Use Our

game, are to be praised for carving themselves the highest new four-lane highway were ; .
and mulched ] Two 'Sofa Pillows' '
'anted in seed
gras : Easy Plain
.niche in Bradford High's football history.. this-week, and soon after we havea I ;

I few showers the highway l should Once you see this exciting new furniture..You'I! I1t: now whY it is indeed our: proudest achievement i in
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from 20th, To. Wth I. ( value J See the striking beauty..luxurious s tl lin g..'.feel the quality cf rich.new. fabrics..the superb _

I II III comfort of deep-foam cushions..best of all..findlt so easy to a !I.U.in.g our convenient terms!' k FREE 'DELIVERY '. irt
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'Official census figures have been .announced and they i, .... ,
show that Florida twentieth state in the Union only ten : -

years ago, is now the tenth largest. -.. : : ?i' 11 11\;\ : !- \

FJorida- had the greatest percentage growth of all the

states, and the second largest numerical increase, exceeded Vfe Have It! _
e .. PLAY m!
only by California. I [ i I\ 1' : :
States now larger in population than Florida: are New II I "
York California, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Ohio; Texas, Michigan I ,T:. II { t \\ *

New Jersey, and Massachusetts.The I! t 11\ I Famous 4 Cup BrewmasterWAS ii 1 f r I ; THE PERFECT GIFT FOR
'. population i increase entitles Florida to four more .

seats in Congress, starting with the elections two years .

hence- and to four more votes in the electoral college I II!I $2.49 / :".j':' ... .." > \\ THE YOUNGSTERS, ,.., .. .

Bradford County must be prepared to growth.Floridain r '. Jf.

Lions the exciting Hold Smoker Sixties. club's Smokers. is for the losing ,I }f .' Special.
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Sea Food Dinner I learn in the Lion's attendance -"J..:, :s:: $ -II \ ,241E r
drive to entertain the winning : :
The .,Naw-t didn't inherit money I II -
Starke Lion's Club will team. !; I I'got a loan from 1 "" .- :.
trat itself to eat-all-you-can dinner The Lion's will hold their .. .
", reg- : LOCAL FINANCE CO. j : ::':', c':'; ; .,, '
and smoker tonight (Thursday ular meeting next I I
Thursday. ,
Your conscience will be dear .
] at Mantanza Inlet south of l' a.* ; > They'll Go Fast! Come in Now! : .
St.r Augustine.. .] Then on December 15. Woodburn at a mountain spring when you i -. .... ..""r .: <. :
said, the club will have ,its '.' ,
annual deal with us. We loan quickly and : ;
Boils Water in :Minutes
Cltfb President NL.. Wood* I ,. "
Christmas! party, with the economically lor emergency. i:. -- ..': .
burn t1)* Stated. That' the idea>. of_ the t,i ,member's wives. Consult, ns today.any I II II Electrical 1 Elements t Contained ,_ .-.,..,.'"-,\t..' .' _._ .. ) ,, ,. 1

;<,' II I I in Brew Master and Sealed for' Safety; -/ It's A Fact You Can Do.:Better.'At" > ',1; -i':'L' t t!I

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)., Smoker f Features I anticipation of the Strawberry 1 1I ''Funeral Services 1878 in Bradford' County, the i Methodist Church S. Slade, and Mrs. E. L..COX. i[office County of Hospital-Corporation the Bradford County at Hoc-in* h til>...>._.11._.... "..' .- : 'j' '
, Bowl Game, he will also have on daughter of the late William and I : Wednesday Circle 3 will meet Vital in Starke. Florida, up to .:110 comylt-lr tar u ?r. '
I which the with a of the ,f Meeting and Bible Study, 7:30: p. Board of Trustees 'Lbt' '" '
1 opened season Held Last Friday lifelong resident county Sunday Church School. 9:45a. I knds received will be publicly opened 1'J''
p: I,13-13 tie. and was a member of the First m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m.''m. and read aloud on the following: shall and permits obtain and that pw may 1"1".11 bt "t"4.
College 'and high school foot.1 1I All men of the area are invitedto I Funeral services for Mrs. Laura,Methodist Church of Starke. Ii Christmas Canata rehearsal. 3 p. ; Thursday Christmas Bazaar :I Resurfacing Drives and Parking The Contractor shall p 'o\d. BUOO
Lnta at the Bradford County Hospital and Propei-
I ball jwjll feature the second attend, especially members of Whitehead Colley 82, widow of I Surviving are two daughters: m. Snack Supper for< MYF. 6 p. !and bake sale, sponsored by the 922- East CaU Street, tarke, ty Bodily Damage injury Insurance and Automobile
"Football Sn>oker" to be held at I, the Boosters Club and fathers of I the late William A. Colley, were!Mrs. Lois Blackburn of Greenville, m. Youth Meetings\6:30 p. m-'WSCS starting 10 a. m. Turkey Florida. Approximately U iO Square Bodily Injury Liability and
1 yards, more or less Clean. Tack Insurance as shall'
St EdwartTa Parish Hall at 8!, the football players. held at 2 p, m. Friday in Jones N. C., and Mrs Mabel Gillisple,i Youth Choir rehearsal, 7 p. m.Evening dinner served at noon $1. Chan- and Resurface with one; inch of S. protect Property him Damage p'rforming'ork COT-
': \ p. m. Friday; Dec. 2. Father I I !Memorial Chapel with Rev. Her- Ft. Meade; two sons, Drayton D.[ Worship 7:30 p. m. A cel Choir rehearsal, 7:30 p. m. I R. D. Type t, Asphaltlc Concrete ered by this Bid from claims for Including
Surface Hot Mix Asphalt. Personal Injury.
;.., Connie Poughjrty has announced .man O. Boyette officiating. Burial Colley, Washington D. C.. and'nursery is provided at both wor- j the! procedures Course and material usedto I damages accidental for death as well as
'.. that Coach ,Earl Scarborough'I Farm Bureau 'was in the family plot in Sapp C. Carr Colley. Starke: 19 grand-!ship services each Sunday. BVEJUJREENBAWIST be in i accordance with Florida i claims for property damage which

I assistant' 15 Head Coach Ray I i Cemetery near Raiford. .children, and 20 great grandchil: I Monday Circle 2 will meet CHCRCH I State Specifications Road Department For Road and Standard Bridge I I this may Bid.arittefrom The P operationsTru under e .
Graves .at the University of To Hear Pres. Serving as active pallbearers dren. at the home of Mrs. L. D. Green.* Sunday .School 10 a. m. Preach- Construction. Approved and:: Adopted I I Bradford Cunty Hospital Corporation -
Union 6:30I 1959.! Section 23S paragraphs right to ac't"por
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' Florida, will, show films of the !were grandsons of Mrs. ,Colley: i 3 p. m. Mrs. C. D. Williams and fflg a. m. Training April 2JJ.1I including I'I all Bids.ALVAREZ' .
!:::.1 through or
i ; 1960 Fighting Gators, including! Of Fla. CattlemenLouis ;Bill Giffispie, Freddie Blackburn !Mrs. Hunt will be co-hostesses.,i I, p. m. Preaching 7S Wert.resdav 7:30 .
Meeting m. -
1 : Florida'* ;ilWO/Vin over LSU at j Brooks Blackburn Dan Moody i Official Board meeting at thei p. 4..d.lilli'
: THE SIGHT ,POINT for WednP.Aav Rihlr atudv T'St'.m.
Baton Some of the Gator i Dickie: ,Mullins. and Clinton i church 7:30: m !
Roug Hol- p. \
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i :'t Gilbreath of Ocala, new way you um*. dome la and Jos. E. Norman. pastor. )Men's Clothing
Circle 1 will meet in I
'Bowf-'bound'team also be Tuesday
may on ;;lingsworth. STORE
'president of the Florida Cattle- i oct your favorite ESTERtoROOKln 'I Established 1894 I\\\II I II Ir
} :. hand. Mrs. "....,... Fellowship Hall. 10 a, m. Hostesses ; XOTICR 10 BJO;)..R! I
men's Association, will be guest Colley was fcorn Aug 24 in "tn rLFdatAPl6 I .
.-," Coach'Leiuiard Register of BHS ;speaker; at a joint Cattlemen'sFarm i, .:._ A rtd_ .. : Mrs. T. H. Sade! Mrs. W. ..'Sealed Bids. will-P'18tl'l'-be 'received r-adfnd l.y
I will show films of his Tornado
Bureau meeting here on 0 ., eo
I team wInning the Keystone Conference Friday, Dec. 2. The supper meet-

\ ,, Championship in defeatIng -:' ir? will be held in the Lion's Den. 0 7 W'9VY
Green Cove Springs 2519. In at 7:15: and Pat Miller, president

; o" the Bradford County Cattle ,
j men's Association, urges members I
r IT-PAYS 'TO I of both groups to attend.
Mr. Gilbreath has spent a life-
Trade with SLADE I
time in close contact. with the Inc. ,, o
i cattle industry and .has been directly I I = Your friendly Store M : t ti
I I I connected with the Florida I,
Bottled Gas I cattle business since he moved I i iI SANTA'S GIFT
i here from Texas in 1950. On
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; first moving to the state he was HEADQUARTERS s sc
$6.50 \ general manager of the Norris / h e

i i Cattle Co., and has since served
1 as general manager of Camp yc
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Ranch Inc. and as a part time
No Gas Cost Less > executive of the Southeastern Fat, ; NEW FASHIONS.FOR.

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SALE SALE iii SALE 9 Undefeated I North Florida holding Koch's al;Bantam f \!
oJ ,',... ,, .# .Pf, '. ..... If: S Bantam League their .2-rard line as the game
', -- '" ended.

Tornadoes Topple BollesContinued I, George Smith opened the scoring -, .ReceiveAwardsI

Champs Tied for Terwillegart on an 8-yard l ;: <"t. '"

run. and Randy Joiner ran the<< The City Recreation Department -

[ From Page One 1 point over to put them ahead 7-C(>>>1 presented i awards for the

Strawberry BowL In Last GameNorth at the end of the opening period,. !' Most Improved, Lineman; Most
Better. The last game of the Tornadoes Smith scored again on a quarter.
j Back: and the Best
regular season was opened last 1! back sneak for one yard in tlusecond ;j Improved "
nprida Supply held the<< Sportsman on ,.eacl of the four
Friday when Bolles kicked off to -1 quarter: the point was( $
league champs to a 6-6 tie in i :
Starke and Sophomore :Marshall] short, but Terwillexar; led 13-0. : Bantam foottta.ll: teams. during thei
their last game of the Bantam:
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Starling returned 18 yards to the but that J1 From there on. neither team I i half-time of the Bollea game last I
season last week wa i
Stark? 33.Quarterback. 'r was able to score. Torode pushed I !
enough for Koch's. to take ovei : .L VI
rthe:| ball to the one-yard liner 1
Irwin 4
Martin -.rinnc1.i I
the championship. Terwillegai ;} Coach l of the
didn't wait long to start the fireworks .4frW where a stout defense held, and
Motors took second place, defeating BHS staff resented the. awards I
as he guided the Tornadoesto 'l Terwillegar's ,took. over. On thE j )

two touchdowns the first two Torode's 13-2. I next play the. entire line foi to the boys wha had been selected I
North Florida and Koch's played : t fbj' a committee the Bantam
times they in Torode took over and bl'OkeIt' > I
were possession of j "
a scoreless first half, with ::1 I coaches ( '; li. 0 ;
quality the balL through to drop the ban carriei r : i,

: From their own 33 the Torna- Steve Underwood and Scotty Rho.:It'in the end zone for a safety and lj I I I In the following award groups, I
standing out defensively for each
playerIs..u in this
does 2 points.
drove 67 yards in
eight plays "
North Florida and Billy Thompson J '
for the game's.first TD and a 7-0 : Defensive leaders for Terwille-. according teams: ordet'I I
and Charles Howell outstanding ,
North -,,:
F1orda- TelwiIlegar
lead.: Husky Sam Gardner provided I gar were Jimmy Moore and: Timmy .
for Koch's. In"the third per r! rode's < 1
most of the spark when he and: Richard Kirchaine. FOI : V I
charged up the middle oh a' 46 iod Greg Reddish.ran a punt back.1.1'I Torode's David Maruca, Johnny Most Improved." Lineman: J. ,R.

J'ard'run to the Bolles' 20Five for 54 yards and a. touchdown'I Westfall and Richard Williams::; :Adkins Scotty Rhoden, ,Robert I

H. plays later the slamming fullback V The try for the point was short: stood out defensively. Edwards, David Marnca.

: drove for the ; % A few: plays'later: EmmettAkridge : Most Improved Back: J. Roy
over score from six :1 : I
Final league standings are
Tires ; passe:} to Pale Crosby : Chasteen.
Martin' Johnny 'Warren. Randy
yards out. ,kicked the PAT. i
V for a 42-yard touchdown and a-,I Won Lost Tied L: I Joiner W tfall
Bolles could ,make only an initial ;_ N- Johnny .; I It
: first down before halfback V gain the point was short and the Koch's 4 O' 2 t Best Sportsman-, Greg Reddish-

William Johnson had to kick to V __ ; ,. game was tied up. The last period 1: Terwillegar 3 2 1 Dale Crosby, 'BilJ Jackson, Ri .
the Starke 15 where Duggar returned -, .flj -----V ---- -- found Koch's stopping North i, Torode 2 4 0 lard' Williams., VI'OR I

.. Florida on downs at their 8, and I! North Fla. 1 4 1 "
to the 19. Gardner immediately Scrappy Tornado halfback Richard Dugger is on the loose "
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opened the second again for yardage Lefore tt.rre aiolles defenders close! in on him.

Tornado drive of the night witha The little halfback twisted turned and spun for long yardage Sell It Rent It Trade tered SALi Angus;; *'Hull.Pteedmg' Price age reason regis. I'

16 yard charge. Duggar then I able Doyle Conner. WO MSdl.Mouses '
I seeral times against 801l<
added 28 more as he twisted, defense.! (Thoto Eddie I>avi- .
by ) "
turned and spun Sway from FOR SALE SWroom. i",4 bath.
would-be tacklers to land on the --- -I l\ing house dining on room. : fsrgner, and den, masonry lot. .

Balles 29 yard stripe. _____n __ with extra building! lot.' See by ap-

Martin, Gardner, and halfback MFMORHI.lt 41Jn ftF.lOI.tTTm ._ 4 ('.... r. -.'"# pointment only. C"U1C83 or

: Johnny DeVore completed the 81 :20 WORDS OR I.EM. On* iBRtrtloa (MI.I..... rtarcrl .n WO: 4-4501, .. V V tf'br; I

if1///JJ I yard effort in six more plays with For Sale ".-. I .nd.: S bel

DeVore going over from nine BACH ADDITIONAL WORD HER M _, ,? -.. 4* F., W.r. poms."iit. No Small rlosfng'yhint,$ t. ,W terms, II. Noll."Rn. like-

yards out for the Tornadoes' second 20% DISCOUNT ON REPEAT I5SKHT1O\S! ATrf AO 510 N CJjerry) 1:1. Tfcbg

TD. Martin's kick for the !!?'* AmUTKI>AI. FOrt BUND ADS OR AD NOT PAID M ADA1C J
point after failed and Starke led 'OR RKXT fcfCAUrattlt'* close< In
V I CALL FOR SALE ) rooms and>-batH apartment. Very
13.0'ith 2:23: remaining in the t1 I JIMMY RICKS JH. Ready mix concrete, concrete block, --easonaljle.\ W...-lIi- Noliman, S10 N.

first period. ....: 3-2672: roiiL-s.:: fence posts, sand cement. I"h"rrv St. % ri-i \ Tlchct
But in FOR Molar IIHX rnck steel. oyster shell.
case anybody
thought .
I Liiierot'k and Roof Gravel. Phone -to
; 4LtU. Roof
Horn IUpalr V
the game was going to be a rout, 7' Repairing. 'efcg 12-15 \VO4-252I.:::; Bradford Engineering Mouse TrailVf! For':Sale: -it dfl. USt
the Cadets ( .. I O. tfchg f'rroat l.ake.tITft.long by. ft.
got into action from _rJLr ; \\hie. Loral I fin 4ltttfhway 233. 4

their own 29. McLeod: bore dQwnon ___4 WE HAVE a new lon program for CALL Jackson for top fill dirt titles north oY Bfooker at the horn
farmers. Loam of 1 to & year >>f Russell Gmn,>Owner -T>onaltWeUh.
the bulld zing and grading. W. T.
Tornadoes with a deadly for the entire cr.4U requirements Jackson. \VO 4-4011. tfchg Rt, 5 PW 31. Lake Butler.
barrage of passes. He got 23 yardsto of the farmer and his fam -"la. Phone' HYf, ,3lS8J. tfchc

the Starke '48 ,on an aerial to ( :r : : A V ily. GalnenTllle production North Cred Main' FOR SALB "
Association. UI
\>w and used Building Supplies FOR RF.NT2 MdroOTu nicely
Johnson. When tfch
RADICALLY NEW two more flalneirvtlle.P'ia.
:.. LOW PROFILE passes rive way pipe, 15'; lengths |1.2k furnished nnuw Vlth" earpprt. Fpr
failed MrLeod ran the ball to the RADIOS REPAIRED per fcot. See Billy/ Jackson. Jack- tuple or with! >n infant child. Inquire

U. S. ROYAL Starke 41 where he fumbled but : All Makes All H4eta m-n inldlng Supplies tfohgOPPOIITLAJTY at 723JivTboinpson_ St. Itp
V -
I tca_Babte Charge -..aarateHSHEPHE11D'
n Bones cadet landed on the ball OLE :
RADIO TV a "Girl Friday?
: I..... Gr..... Ow.*r i PIANO SALK V Qualified atypirt; switchboard operator
Safe-Way TIRE first.Then : U 2 E. Call St. Pkoac WO 4901 Select your Christmas piano early ,
with fourth an3: three to J from our, large fctock. t Xo paymentuntil or general office
.rlte, P1... 1\'ork.-\\'rlte Pt'O: Pox 563.'Starke.
t' go. the snappy signal caller again U&!. You cannot .beat our '
I ,JI V I SAFER. "Low Profile" Hrt art lower I L I prices or' terms, Drop card or'Ph. .I" 2tp 12-1
I --- L__ :' V\ i widen flu Im, run cool, denl rta.b threw to Johnson, his favorite 1 COLONIAl, FLORIST FRanklin 8-4145: collect today. THEMUSIC'CEXTER. ,

This b the HEW SHAPE 340'blowout danger point. target, this time for 31 yards to Fullback Gardner demonstrates 'Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke. 1025: W, University Free Turkeywith;; '.the purchase ofa
one reason why the Tornadoes I i I Flowers! wired any place. Flowers .\Vf>, (1aln" vl1lt'. Fla_ 23" T. V. :console at Dahmer's.
.f SAFETY in nits.MILEAGE.."low rrefil.-.s wear better.Cooltunning the Starke 10, Two plays later hate gone undefeated this season for the first time in their for all occasion locally. Phone V 4tchir 12-1
V lire art taiy on the "frtod. Johnson scampered around his VO 4-B291!:! Sill! East Nona St. tfchs WOODS HOLE 1N-THB INTER-
give 'long mileage.C history as he ploughs through four Cadets for yardage. Gard- LACHEN AREA SINiJER SEWlNa MACHINE _
right end for seven yards and the FOR RENT-Fqrnlshed apart- 15 mll"s'"ut' of Pal tkk, Florida.
ner proved last representative, will be' In Bradford
DIFFERENCE. first of his three TD's. Ogilvie's Wednesday, if there was ever any doubt, that ments. Reasonabln rates. sear Lake Chlpco and East Lake just Co. Mondays and Fridays' for Kt-

the ,"Low Profile"Not. run for the extra point was foiled'by he could get yardage even when no hole was there to run phopping center. Phone. WO 9- fJ1) off Highway .No. :$$1.'Restricted 100' vice on any make tntcnhte writ
St. Shell
call at 218 S.
or Cherry Lake Lots priced from $1500 to T call singer Sewing Machine Ca
CD.THE! ,U 'lower, wider. It Tombo Smith and center Mike' through. lie gained 102 yards in 10 carries to lead the Torna- Oil Co. Office. $1750. One-third Donn-6 'per cent 40% N. Marion St or V Phone S89,

lets,rvn cool.Yet Darby and Starke led 13-6. does' charge to tictnry. (Telegraph photo.) tfchg on .' unpaid balance-Terms iv suit. take CIty Fl*. ," -Tfchjr
tame air Only 29 Lots Available. Open Sundays -
pressure !' "
V The two teams had to trade HASTINGS MAtTRESS
LOW '..or.raORDINARY TIRE at ordinary proftl.llr.. but then he shook Johnson loose cnAPEL---1 From 1:30 p. m. for your convenlenl.'t' -- WA."TEDIt.. 'N. or U f. X. Nurse
V punts before the, Tornadoes could i } HIWAY & UPHOLSTERY WORKS for relief work. 4 days a week.
S low frofUV II U.L lubbtr Company Itodcmarli for K>IOWM,wider",,"p.lIt.. I muster the strength for another ;for 20 into Tornado territory. On ASSEMBLY OF GOD I C J. "PETE" O'CONNOR Doctors Hospital tfchg
710 Lemon St. PaUttsFurniture Real ! ME.TYPe TYREX" I TD drive. their last of the night. 'the next play. of the last Cadet, D. P. Burgess Pastor I Keystone. Heights, Florida -.

I V sat-: lIonwoll Whl.wall, SIZE TUBElESSTYREX_ 6lach.all_ _Whil.wall_ : An offside penalty against the : 'drive to paydirt Ogilvie punchedout Sunday V School, 9::45'a.. m. Repaired, Upholstered ; Phone-4297. tfchg seed FOR SOc BALE:JbJU-LjOeUit-:'-' ."\r 'PDt1a Conner. !'Bahia,Box

6.70.U $14.95 $20.45 7.. o.I4 $11.95 122.45 j Cadets gave the Tornadoes a first'' seven more yards. McLeod : Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evengftistic & Refinished i FOR SALE '-=- ALL, OR PATIT: 120 70J. Starke; 'phone ,'WO' '4- 611.V '
_7.10.15 11.45 V 22.45 8.00,14 20.45 25.45 and five at'mld4Ieid where Mar-i 'added four more but then John- Servie: 7:30 p. m. Wed-j acre!! good land, 2',4 ml north Wellborn H hg 12-*
7,60.U ,20.45 24.45 tin I''son lost six before the quarter- MATTRESSES REBUILT Fla., All fenced; 1 12-100 acre
8.50.14 four.
22,45 27.45 punched out Gardner I : Lesday weekly prayer service, 7:45: 5 tobacco allotment. Cheap, by own- FOR SALE -rV 5 'room! concrete block
loo.l.5l, 22.4' 27.45 ,70.15 17.95 22.45 then burst through the Cadet ",back again went four. New Innersprings er.- H. A. Moore, Rt. 2, Boj 193. honce. bathtarport large screen

1.20.15{ 7.10.U 20.45 '25.45 forewall? for 15 more before Dug- Then with the ball resting on I ClICKCIi OF GOD and Box: Spring l..Lce Oak. Fla. Jtp 12rl Dorch, :2 additional bedrooms. 2
7.60.15 22,45 27.45 the Starke 39 McLeod I Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn V blocks from aehooL Ideal' locationfor
again took
added 21 '
gar more for first home
a HAVE OPENING FOR $5000.00 and business. J54 TempleAte.
NYLON frlel $I5.95 :8.00-J5f 2',4' JUS down on the Bolles 10. to the air. But with the exceptionof | ing Worskio. 11 a. .m. Sunda\ Drop Us a Card or Call t YEAR MAX WERE A HOUSE. Contact Owner,' phone Waldo' ,

-V : Martin sneaked for three I one 23 yarder. the Tornado defense -, Evening Service. 7:45: p. m YPEI PALATKA EA. 5-9168 TO HOUSE MANUFACTURER _Hobart. 8-J35.: Mrs. Studer. Up
AU PRIqPw' $ tAX AND mACAIU flu V I Service WecJaesday 7:45 m ; PRQPUCTS HAVE BEEN
Smith crashed for two more and j smothered him: Then Johnson : p. STARKE WO ,4-5934 VFRV FAVORABLY ACCEPTED FOR_SALE4: :t wj6retfe! block house,
Duggar. on a beautiful fake tor I who came through in tight : Prayer Meeting Fridaj. 7:45 p. m FOR NIGH UNTO 100 YRARS.' A 2 bedrooms, 2 ,lots, aj Raiford. Fla.
MRS. PEGGY SMALLER, Starke, DF.T.FRSiflp: :; FOR OUR PRO.Drl""j See LanUr Reddieh .t : aford
Gardner by Martin, zipped Into I spots all night long for the : :; I the end for Cadets, scampered the final 15 Arest MINIMUM OF SlOOO.flO INVESTMENT V
zone the Tornadoes' : ;. 3hg 128SYI.VANIA
$1995' $2495J final dip into payflirt. The PAT yards to bring Bolles within one p FOR .\LtJ 3 bedroom block NECESSARY QUALIFICATIONS OTHER ARE NECESSARY ,".'" ,

was no good and Starke led, point of the Tornadoes. THEATRl '\ lIou. Hardwood fleer BeavtlfiUr Si TO 60 GOOD HEALTH. AND TVfs
briefly 19-6. Then came Duggar's great'end, LSTARKE FLA.J 1..118..11. Patio ad vatiide Uarberu WITH AMBITION TO WANT TO gales '* Service
Pit. Priced <. wU. 1115: PrattSt. EARN A MINIMUM OF $5000.00
This last Tornado TD drive of zone save of Johnson's pass ,to Phone WO 4-5181, wr \O 4-5211. vF.ni.Y.VRITE MR. WHITE 659 STARKE RADIO & TV
Ogilvie to the Tornadoes tfchg WEST PEACHTREE' ST. N. E.
... the regular season was set up preserve i SUN., MON.-TUES. ATLANTA g. GEORGIA. 4tchg 12-11 Phone' \\'Q:4.83Il'
when halfback Smith on a beau- undefeated season by one slim i DEC. 4-5-6 EVER TOO LATE.TO lOIN FRIGIDAlREAPPtlANCES

tiful defensive play. stole a Mc- point. i ELMER'GANTRY EVENING CLASSES for adults. All FOR RENT Furnished! cottage
j for Attractive and
subjects. Credit If wanted. Write bachelor. ( conven-
Fullback Sam
Leod pass from the hands of the Director, Pox call lent. Desirable neighborhood. $43.00
: Lancaster 110 Starke. or .
charge for the Tornadoes he Mrs. R > WO 4-5744.: tfchg !
as mo. (nner.
Johnson the Bolles '
on 38. WO 4-3071. or visit Adult Education PE\"T01J .FI.oallT
Bui still the action of the first crunched out 102 yards in 10 car- i Jean Simmons.! Co-Starring: Dean Office U6O Bldg. for addi- V II* B.. THOMPfOX ST.

ries for a better than 10 yard j Jagger Arthur Kennedy, Shirley tional information. Negro adults PHONE WO 4-415* ,
half was not over as the Cadets contact principal RJE School. tfchg MGHT WO 44s*1VO SltUIHHTICTIVB
average. Richard Duggar Starke'sscrappy ( Jones and Patti Page. '
came roaring back to subdue the rtotrcAsivn

Tornadoes a second time with little halfback, racked up; BATTLE IN OUTER INTRODUCTORY : wine FLOWEAI AJVVWBERBtfeh

70 yards in seven tries and also -_ #
McLeod's passing with only 2:35: SPACE OFFER
.had a 10 yard average. DRIVE A LITTLE SAVgt LOTS.
left.The Engraved Easiness Always below market an4 clean in
V STARRING Leonard Stanford
Cadets returned the Starke The two teams were evenly j : used mobile--bomfj?. Lake Geneva

rrZ t tFIRST kick off to their own 33 yard line. matched statistics ,wise with the ,harold Com*ay, and Elsie Richter. Stationery Trailer Park 1 mile 8. K. Keystone
I CARTOON 500 Letterheads H.lrhU! on High war 169. Itchg 12-1
--E 1Jjbii where they were just four plays combined passing and rushing V _ 1 V V
from their second TD 'of the totals for the Tornadoes hitting ': 500 Large Envelopes FOR RENT i_: "Klqey drnlshed a-
TIME ON SALE 342 yards to 350 for the Cadets. i WED.. THURS partment, ocMve1nt to down town.
night. On the first McLeodwas 1
try DEC. 7-8 500 Business Cards Adults only. Gladys Harrington.
pushed way behind the line STATISTICS !, :JJ7 X. Walnut St. Up

1960 New-Car Equipment Tire : of scrimmage but wormed his way Team Starke Bolles. S. 0. S. PACIFIC FINEST ENGRAVING .
FOR SALE: ;.-' 1 mahogany Duncan
back for First down 15 15> STARRING: Eddie Constantine
three He
a yard gain. ALL
I 48.05 Phvfe dining room suit (drop, leaf
U. then took to the air and fired a from rushing 13 2 1 : Pier Angeli, Richard Atten- table 9 chain and corner cupboar)

S. ROYAL Now In Sizes for i 22 yarder halfback' Chip Travis from passing 2 13 1 i borough:: John Gregson, and Kvar Plate Included Complete Tee Service also and Masrnovox FM radio 3 >combinaton peed record( (playr ma.-

All These Cars: who was downed on the Starke 42 from penalties 0 0' : Bartok. BRADFORD COUNTY De-Moss hogany cabinet) and black uphola-
Yards gained rushing 269 134 TELEGRAPH'IIOJlEIi Pruning Bracing **red chair with wrought Iron legs.
SapijSTIRE I DeVore.
by Havana'
i V passing 80( 219 II Our Man In ing Cavity Work Tree Removal Call WO 4-4275. lip
Yards gained
CHEVROLET CHRYSLER McLeod. who completed 13 of TraDplaDtiPrSapp' V ,
lj -
I 3-6 13-28 I STARRING: Alec Guinness.i WH EI": YOU WANT
/POWER-ACTION TRACTION 28 passes for 219 yards, then fireda RE PRACTICAL GIVE A GIFTthat
DODGE E05U FOlD 19 to the i Passes intercepted: by 1 0 i j! PLUS COLOR CARTOON TIIEJPr.t'tlt'aUT Tree SurgeonsPETE nil help- you and your family
S LIFt-SEAl AIR RETENTIONPRESSURETEMPERING yard pass complete I BCW BMooiirr. reatralbeat all throuKh life Give WORLD
Fumbles lost 1 | 0 mmi air ronditioacd, electricrange SAPP, Owner
S MERCURY NASH Starke 31. Johnson completed the V i FRI., SAT. ROOK ENCYCLOPEDIA. M. A.
0 PLUS Pr. lii.n-butlt) with 237 II.cOlDSMOBILE.! PACKARD fi7 vam drive as he galloped 31 I Average dist punts 4-34.5 2-32.5'I I DEC. 9-10 doa psyacet a.d refrlfferattfr.balaae;* RraaoBakle like real.Vacant STARKE PHONE WO 4 SOOS Payne, Pox S<03. phone*. WO 4-3794..

tronk. Atomic. Mechanical, Ch.mlptyuoirni! PONTIAC- yards for his second TD effort of I Yards lost penalties 30 5' let and new koatr at For Expert Tree Surgery Call OurAgent Itchg 12-15
cal .n4 Phalo.lcMe Quality Co. V :The PURPLE GANG rranoaablr down tmrmrmtm nnd lowmonthly I
the night. The try for point after*Score by quarters payment. .n "1"balanc Let Weekend special Grease Job II,
.trOl1.V was no good and the score stood |Starke 13 6 0 0-19 I [ STARRING: Barry Sullivan. UI .b.w you what Wf hate for ...Ie.A. 224 N. Temple Phone WO 4-S363 wash Job 11.25. J. B. Wright's :Slnlalr -

Us Nw-ter Tn with th: Red' Carpel Ride at 19-12 at halftIme. [olles 066, 6-18''i I The Original ThreeSTOOGES i. TBOBU. Real.N'H for -St. Service ,Station. ,, W. JrtadiBon, HP

$8 $11 OFF Mfr.'s; Prices The second half was almost aj Scoring summaries: Small See furnished A. C Williams apartment Williams
: to .I List "! Touchdowns Starke Gardner -: FOR RENT House with 4 bed Apartment For R 2 bedroom
complete reverse of the first with rooms, 2 bathvcuitable for 2 Jewelry. Couple only. tfchg furnished. Light ',aM water fur-
: I1AC1tWALL TUEtESSWH1TEWALL V TUIRESS McLeod eating up yardage with ) 17. run]; DeVore (9 run); i STARRING: )Zos, Larry and apartments. Phone Wet 4-6584. nished. Phone"WO 4-SISI. 127 La-
[15 ] Bolles Johnson 1 :Stp! 12-3 FOR RENT Nicely furnished, fayette St. JL E Judd *t chg Uf -!:
lilt ..... un 'IICI SAIl IICI ..... LEST PIa SALt 'IICI his strong right arm and the I Duggar run ; <
Curly.PLUS bedroom house. Contact
:::: :: 52US $1 19.fS nus nus00.14 Tornadoes hanging on doggedlyon 3 17, 16, 31 runs], PAT: COLOR CARTOON LOSTTwo table cloths. Hand Mrs.clean Stone 3 at Koch's Drug Store. FOR SALE-i' flAtar' <: motor V very

the strength of Marion Cottle's Starke-Martin tUck crochet-ecru about i*. :z '0. Cotton "tfcbg, reasonable 'l tiUet1 shape. New-
-, 306S j2i3 31." 21.91 Satin-ecru about Si :It 124. 2 pieces some Paint And BOdj' Shop. Itcbg
punting. liewt'd down center with seam in WANTED 2 salesman for ,new
uo.\ 3160 241. nu .95 Cottle kept his teammates out middle. Lost-Loaned- Stolen. Contact houses, wonderful opportunity. II,
.,.... SPECIALS! FOR SALE -' Kerosene automatic
BARGAIN CENTER Mrs. Ada Law son.' WO 1-66C1. license required. Contact S. W. Stephens
of trouble during the third water heater, Kerosene floor fur.
.I. 3463i periodas V
_:....." 37.0 21.95 45010 Itcbg at HO g-2331 for details.2tchfr. pace 3 kerojcBe epaee heaters and
he kicked out of bounds on 12.8 H. Q.
automatic washer. Bolilnger.
SI.7S U.S 0.45 35.95 Cottage couple.
: > : ". first the 10 and then the four and Bed Room Suite _________________. -- ---VV $55.00 708 W. 'all St Mrs. ('arJt! AU nicu nus tAX AND HUBABU rat in the final the nine furnished In :
period yard apartment Hampton.Mrs. '
_______$ 9-00 to $18.00 Dressmaklnjof iii'i kinds, also
Platform Rtxker* ______ FOR SALE Furnished cottage Jessie Chastain. re-
OTHER U. S. ROYAL TIRES-10.95 AND UP line of Bolles. to keep the Cadets Earlton Beach. $$09 cash balance Hampton.tfcbg weaving. 8ee'.)fr'. PWPP a.t ,lOT W.

deep In their own territory. But Chest of Drawers ___________________-______ $13.50 J45 month. Call \VaWo Hobart I. Lafayette 8V V
LARGE SUPPLY USED TIRES-$5.00 up the guy with the hurt shoulderand Telephone Tables __________,_________________ $11.00 2564' Up I house FOR RENT$50 month., :New Phone 2 WO bedroom 4-246a. V _.:V T:. 't. chg, 1.11

ALL SIZES accurate toe was helpless Coffee TablesLL.L:: __________ $ 6.50 FOR RENT 1. bedroom house. tfchg FOR SALE -1. Pwbeli Sets any
716 W. Cypress, JSt. Phone WO -
half the price
: wrlv in f>te final p-rirxl when a !: size for they would

| BoDes man fell on a Sam Gardner < Couches __ ._,_ -_ ,_________.________ S20.00 to $25.00 2741 aft -r t p. m. 4-1' FOR RENT Funinbed cottage. cost you eUewhere.! '- 179 lb. set
Suitable for couple. No pets. Phoneu.niosri. 130.00, 129 1* ,sel, '2e.00 Extra

: .STAKEV TIRE SALES !fumble on his own 30 yard mark- i' Wringer Washing Machine __, __________ ___ $25.00 WILL Kingfclev TRADE Lake plc field for stones fill dirt in' U DVinlng.. lip- I Horse Plates lie at Wp flee 'I-SOU.01J lcl.:Contact. ftp Coach 12-22
er. place there. Phone Gainesville FR
I Gas and Cast Iron Heaters, Dishes, Lamps, Bed Spreads 8-5118 V 4tchg l-22 i FOR SALE Jpieceliving roomeult -
j Thi: tim*" Coar-h Bud Garrison I ; : black '53 Ford new tire,*. Ingood LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE

!bent his team out against the I 9 x 12 Linoleum uu__ ___ ______-_ $5.95PARR'S WANTED Good bookkeeper and: condition.-Mrs. C. M. Wildes: .
Hone WO 4-5791 Cor. Court & Madison Sts. week Including WO 4-81S5 IISJ; Butler Court It 'X\t'l D
''Tornadoes In a sinele winsra formation j jII baby titter I day per '
: Saturdays. Phone WO 47464. For Lena %rae Beauty Product
., t which tneether with M-- BARGAIN CENTER or apply at.221 Lafayette St. FOR RENT 2 unfurnished houses
leod's carried the Cadets to tfchgFOR 1*, blocks from Soutbside Schoolon Liberal Cocunlsdoa; .& high class
II Peterson St. Ph. WO
their TD and bigges threat of the 1 1-2 Miles South on 301 SALE 2ft" 8* garwood 9S475.Itihg product forColredtrde._ Write: .

ni."h t. run-a-bout powered with 92 h. p. 310 West $ ag4l.eeL Jacksoiisifle -
North B & G Truck Stop Chrysler }Martn engine Make offer. FOR RENT 2 unfurnished FItdi phoD Elgtar
I In his first effort from the new I

Phone Gainesville FR 8-5418. houses 703.718 Mihone St. Matters G-S69t. '
formation MTxj lost a yard. 4tcbg u-:: Electric. Itch -, --r!,

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I Rally To Spark :frcffi'

[ ,Hotly.contested r '
y r ,e 1

I Keystone ElectionEverything a Er

4S! 6 51
from garbage cans 1 -

to property revaluation may be

discussed when a record field of 1 ,
eight candidates for three.council] 3

posts: air their platforms at 'a .1!;, _-.
,. ,'tI. n .
\ <
rally Saturday: night at Keystone -;-.
....... '
Beach. Each candidate.. be .' ,
given 10 minutes .to present his ')"'.j

views after a chicken barbecue

supper to'be served by the Booster -

Club. ,

Among the Issues expected to 4 1VTTTYyyvvyyyyvvylyVVvyil

be tossed around are: rr

1. A comprehensive planning w .
and aa -- ;:" 1
zoning code.

2. A long-range' program ,of KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Keystone Egg Corporative Has Open House : '
street improvement. -
of Indian River City; visited.Mrs.Bellerjeaji's .
3. Revaluation of property Pictured above are various i are graded according to size- using the device -
can keep twc parents, Mr. and Mrs;
within the city for tax equaliza- By Mary K. Schaeffer phases of operation at the new, extra large, 1 large, medium, small, washers in constant supply of MELROSEBy C. A. Ford .

tion purposes. Keystone Egg Cooperative whichis I and "peewee" by an automatic Rev. and Mrs Rv E. Newton of
r 4. A showdown on the .controversial holding open house activities, at; machine.In eggs. Pomona

status of Keystone Beach. Busy Weekend In Store I who didn't get to have a party at its Keystone Heights plant t In center photo a worker is a- At right, the crated eggs an Mrs\ Alice Rothbammer Day with Park Mrs,spent.Bess Thanksgiving Lynn..'

f 5. Relief for flood conditions Members of the gadding-and school like the children whose week. bout to release a batch of eggs to seen coming off the conveyor bell t t UAAAAAAAAWAAAAAAAAA., Rev. and Mrs. Bill Breyfogleand

in little Lake Keystone. eating-out set will have a busy birthdays come in the winter. At left is shown the entire operation go through the washer, prior to as the last step before startinf I Mr. and children and Mr. and." .Mrs.

6. Possibility of city manager weekend coming up this Thurs- Besides, this was jerry's last day in the 9,000 square foot, being graded and packed. The on' their way to market. Palatka Mrs. Ray Stricklandof Charles Meekins of Plagler Beach'
type of government. day evening. The Keytsone at school since the Pawlikowski'swere building. Seen in the foregroundis Around Mr. and Mrs. Rufus
90,000 dozen
.helsi in eggs pa r spent Thanksgiving Mrs..
eggs are place by the Jordan
7. Change in garbage collec- Heights Woman's Club will have moving from Keystone on one of four washers, the first, ; week are being processed at the! and children of Lake City Sam Watts in Deland. '

tion procedure to eliminate prac- their annual Ham Supper at the Saturday Nov. 26. stop for the eggs after they leave "vacuum lift" which provides plant at present. This numbei r and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Bun Haynes of

tice of placing garbage cans on club house starting at 5:30.: Adult The the cooler. suction through a powerful air will soon be children of Jacksonville were
Happy Hours will resume stepped up to 100- Winter Haven visited Mr. ,and
streets. tickets will be $1.25, and 75c for classes on January 3. After being washed the eggs. hose, also] shown. One worker, 000 dozen. guests, of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Per- Mrs. R. M. Cason.
These and other !issues' children 12 years old or younger. ry, Sr. for Thanksgiving.Miss .
enter into the discussion, and may the This is a good deal for everyone Married Sixty-Two Years Funeral ServicesFor and three children. Mrs. Mary John Nelson and family Mrs. Nelson Dora Byron of Emory. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ferguson.and

audience will' be given an opportunity knows that these growing boys Mr. and Mrs. William H. Smith, Mrs. KummerIn Smulskl",, Mr. and Mrs. Albert and Mrs. Clemens are sisters, University visited her mother, I children Hugh of Jacksonville visited-
Keystone residents; celebrated Bachmann, and Mr. and Mrs. t: Mrs. Francis Byron. Mrs. Barnett
f to ask questions of each and girls have the best appetites.The Donald Lawrence has just
f speaker.The Woman's Club will have its their Sixty-second Wedding Anniversary Jones ChapelMiss Herbert Nelson and Herbie, Jr., returned from a visit with he Misses Marie, Margaret, and Rey. and Mrs. Ray Stedhamand

eight candidates whose annual Christmas Bazaar on Fri- on Thanksgiving eve, were Thanksgiving dinner guests family in Spfingboro, Pa. Helen Lynch of St. Petersburg son are visiting Mrs. Stedham's -
Nov: 23. They were married on Mabel Lillian of Mr. and, Mrs. Everett Fox and Last week visited their aunt, Mrs. Willie mother, Mrs. Homer
| names will appear on the Dec. 6 day, Dec. 2, starting about 10 a. Nov. Kummer of we told of twoyearold -
23. 1898 Waters of
-alsp Thanksgivingeve. family.Mr. Lyons.1 Fitzgerald' Ga.
I ballot are: Ray E. Chance, J. L. m. There will be all sorts of interesting of the Palms, Keystone Peter Conneen catching his i
The Smiths the Mr. and Mrs. Gil Whitton and
I Hetherington, Leo L. Hill, William booths, and this will be are parentsof Heights, died at the Medical 'and Mrs Bill MacDonaldand first fish. This week, another fish Mr. and Mrs. Stewart McGinty
Mrs. S- E. McKay, and make children visited Mr. and :Mrs.. C.
! Lee, C, J. O'Connor, Corbett M. an excellent chance for you to do their home with Center in Gainesville last Satur- son Bobby'arrived in Key- story-sort of a manbitesdogitem. of Atlanta, Ga. spent Thanksgiving -
Mr. and Mrs. A Ford.
f Terrell. G. E. Wiggins and E. E. your Christmas shopping early. day after an extended illness. She stone Heights on Monday evening Katie Hinck was fishing i in, Day with Mr. and Mrs. C. ,
McKay. was a native of New Nov.'21; from Lake Keystone last P. Mike Howell of Stetson Univer-
Williams. Terrell and Williamsare This year, there will be an art Xfcrk, her Okinawa. They Thursday Berkleman.Mr. .
" Awards Night At Lions Club parents being the late William left Okinawa morning, but when she tried to
J. on Sunday. Nov.
incumbents. Wiggins has served booth, with work by local artists and Mrs. John Bellerjeau Continued On Next Pagel,
previously: on the council, for sale. Why don't you come and At the regular meeting of the' and Fannie Schultes Kummer.She 20, by plane to San Francisco, pull the fish out it pulled her in!rI.I.

and is making a come-back bid. have your portrait done by the Keystone Heights Lions Club on I was a member of 'the Bell and thence to Jacksonville by That fish is probably telling his: .

According to a "gentlemen's agreement jiffy-profile artist? This. too. is I Monday evening, Nov. 28, awards Rose Baptist Church in lionIsland plane where they were met by cronies about "the one that got

," entered into,at a a new feature. I were given by Lions International .. N. Y., and had resided their friend Charlie :Hinck, of away.".

special( meeting on Nov., 23, with On Saturday evening. Dec. 3. to local Lions who got the' most hereabout four years. Keystone,. The MacDonalds are Mr and Mrs; Welker Byron ob

' a majority of the candidates pre- the Boosters' Club will hold a members in the month of 'Octo Surviving are two sisters,;, Mrs. current guests;of the Hinck fam served Thanksgiving Day with a

sent, it was decided that the two chicken barbecue supper at Key- ber. Top man' wa.i 'Lo! Bill Be- Grace ,Strbtimann ;Houston ily. They.. 'own property in, SunlisePark. dinner party;>Dinner guests included
lote who was 'given'' a: wrist watch : the .Bird addition, and Cole and Mrs. D. A. Nelson,,
candidates' polling the greatest stone Beach starting at 5:30. Parser"" and Miss' Florence V. ?
and a pen and Pencil set 'Mairilren.'Mrs.;
Axel Alma Frost
are.making'plans 'to settle in ,,
number of votes on Dec. 6 will Price of tickets will be $1.50 for Kummer of Keystone Heights. "
I securing seven new lumbers. Keystone. The. Hinck family weralso Keystone Col. and Mrs,
be awarded the two two-year adults; 75c lor the big-eaters. the Jot Wildtef&vtrapfh FUneral 'services} were'' heldt; eRalph
terms, whine the thlrcl"highest :small fry. Better 'come out and 1 p .m Sunday in'Jones Memorial r 'from Okinawa, and Stevens of Melrose, and
arid ah ash c
pencil 'set ; tray for in Keystone,just a year ago. Since Mr :land Mrx1+{d RInehart of Or
will get the one-year unexpired give the Boosters a boost. Chapel with Rev. I. W. 'McLean
three new members. Charlie Mc-
then, they have.'built a lovely lando. The Rineharts are forme
term of Chairman H. L. Ownbey, Woman's Club Looks Ahead Glave was given a" key-chain a- of Keystone Heights officiating: '
home in Sunrlse.Park.Mrs Keystone residents.Weekend'guestsbf.
who has resigned, effective next Although they are engrossed in ward for:one new member. George After.services, the body was ,forwarded .
Harold Mr: and Mrs.
January. their supper and bazaar plans, Phelps and Ed. Bennett also received to Queen's'Village, N.. 't., and. Ridaughtand t
Edward Bleha and
members of the Keystone where final rites were held "at 8 daughters June Leola, and were Mrs.
At the Nov. 23 meeting Chairman a key-chain award for one
Viola; Sandra, and their married Oather Queen and two children
Ownbey reported that this Woman's Club are also looking new member each. p. m. Tuesday in Fairchild$t
daughter Mrs. Richard Barton.and of Orlando. Mrs. Queen'is the
,,/ "totem pole" method, when used ahead to their Antique Show in This amounted to 13 new mem- Sons Chapet"with Rev., Edgar former Carol of
Mrs. Barton's daughter Bleha; daughter
to fill unexpired terms: had been I(January, and their Style Show in bers for October which brings the Riebentanz officiating. Burial''was infant .
I left Keystone on Nov. 19 by Mr. and Mrs. Bleha.
described by Attorney General March. Keystone Lions to second< place'hi in Mapel Grove' MemoriU Parkat *
into for..Athens Tenn. where
Mr., and Mrs. Percy Harvey of
Richard Ervin as being "of doubtful Haberstroh's Entertain Choir District 35tor membership in Jamaica Long Island, N. 7.evening '
they spent the Thanksgiving holidays the White Feather Court are an
validity. However; after sev- On Thursday Nov. 17, Jdr. and October. For this, reason,. plaqueswere .
--a with' Mr. and Mr E. Roun- ticipating a visit' from one of
I eral! alternate methods were dis-,Mrs Jack Haberstroh entertained presented to President.,Dar- $ ,
Dec.-, at 6
cussed, and rejected for various I members of the Community rell Davis Membership Chairman p- m. tree ,and. family Mr; Rountree is their daughters soon. i
Altar for December be ,
boys will
I reasons,,all candidates present at Church Choir and their pastor, Carl Darden, 'and. .Secr tary- .I Mrs. 'Ridaught's"""brother. Mrs. Elbert Altman has been a
follows 4 Lee
as : Sunday Dec.
Dr. A. C, Holt, and his wife. It Treasurer, Ed Bennett. patient in Bradford County Hos ,
meeting agreed to abide by Sutton, George Allen; Dec. 11, Mrs.. Lena Clemens and sons
since Nov. 20. Her friends in
the method set by precedent.The was sort of a farewel .party for Current project of the local David Schaeffer, Herbert Nelson; spent Thanksgiving day in Jack- pital ;!

forthcoming election is Mrs. Herb Sargeant one of the Lions is the sale of Claxton fruit Dec. 18. Jimmy Fox, John Allen; sonville 'with Mr. and Mrs. E (Continued on next page) I
choir members who is moving to cakes. Price, 43 each. Cheaper
the held in Altar !
perhaps spicest ever and Dec 25, all the boys. .. i
Tennessee. It was a lovely party than home-made, and better! ,
which is beset
Keystone now by Tuesday morning masses: Dec.
growing pains. At least two can- with good refreshments, and a Keystone Junior Varsity 6, Lee Sutton; Dec. 13, David

didates. Wiggins and Chance, nice gift for the guest of honor. Beats Reinhold Schaeffer;' Dec. 20, John. Allen; ME DECORATING SHOP K. Gordon MurrayPresents i

have been aided in their cam- Party guests included Dr. and Keystone Junior Varsity Indians Dec. 27, George Allen. ii
paign effort by mailoutsa Mrs. A. C. Holt Mr. and Mrs. beat Reinhold Junior High of Personals .

Herb Sargeant, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Green Cove Springs 14-12. in a In Wiggins
novelty in Keystone elections, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pawlikowski Building Keystone Heights i
Mr. Mrs. Jim
Hetherington and
heretofore cqnducted by word-of- game on the Green Cove Field on
mouth. Hayes. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clemens Tuesday evening. Nov. 22. Only Edmund Dwyer i

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Baker, 8th and 9th graders played. PAINTS ANDPAINTING !

Another interesting 'angle is a Mr. and Mrs. George LaRue, This was the final game of the ElectrologistOn cdlrPOID)
hint in the wind of a campaignby Colgin Miss Gertrude
friends to write in the George 1960 football season. Coach Earl AIDS
name Houser Mrs. Walter Andrewson Cherry is looking forward to next Excess .- SANTA CLAUS i
of Chairman
resigning Ownbey on Mrs. John Bird, Mrs. Robert Hen-
the Dec. 6 ballot in the that year at which time he predictsthe
hope dry. Mrs. S. E. McKay, Mrs. Joe Hair RemovalAll ,
Indians will have a really Paper Samples
he would respond, to a mandateto Stein, Miss Maxine Jones, and II I
complete the remaining year of: Miss Cleva Carson. terrific team. ] women take pride in their I II

his term. In his recent resignation ;! -i Party For Jerry: Next on the sports schedule is personal appearance. Excess hairon At The I
Ownbey gave "personal" rea-i Closing ExercisesOn basketball The first game will be the face is one of the most WeD Papering and Painting I

sons for his resignation. Wednesday, -Nov. 23, the played Friday night Dec. 2, at annoying conditions for women. !

After the names of 18 "deador I pupils at Happy Hours Play Trenton. A common type FREE Estimates Phone Keystone 4505

removed" persons were removed -i School enjoyed their closing exer- Other School News may be that of I

from the registration- books at i cises and a birthday party for Report Cards will be out Friday a woman who FLORIDA THEATER

the council's Nov. 22 meeting, a i one of their members. The moth- Dec. 2. finds the origi- .

net of 292 qualified voters remained -. ers of the children were guestsfor The K. H. S. Annual Staff is nal down on her K 1.

eligible to mark ballots the day. The boys and girls hard at work getting the book i upper lip changing \J OWL'Dt !

next Tuesday. did several tap dances and performed ready for the publisher. If you to a coarse, THURSI !
Voting will be in Town Hall, in other ways. The party want one, hurry and pay your $3, ( darker hair; A \ DECEMBER ,I 2 i

between the hours of 7 a. m. and II I was for Jerry Pawlikowski, whose as there will be a limited number close look finds a !

7 pm.. I' birthday was last summer, but available. And you'll love those hair on the chin I

zany candid camera shots taken E. Dwyer area also grow- CJ ,
by Zane NethertbK: ing heavier; p S @ YOU SEE I

Good news for next year .Key- Obvious facial hair is a mascu- q"r !

stone School will-begin Evaluation line characteristic when it ap- INDIANAThe The Floating alace'

I MX AY AT KEYSTONE. Criteria for Southern Associationof pears 'on a woman it threatensher S I

I Accreditation femininity. Imagination runs Hoosiers aren't of the The Infernal Conspiration '
rampant all sorts of 'absurd particularly proud !
And lastly-do we refer to our _.. '
tho gh.ts. can enter the mind plus amount of masonry that is their State Capitol at Indian *
r in the prettiest places and have high school as KHS, or KHHS? The Big Night- :
The nice old homes are ; ;
': Local Boy Gets Merit Award the fear that everyone is lookingand apolis. More\ symbolic of the city is the 285 foothighSoldiers
of the finest at
lots and lots of room. We have one talking about her condition.
Monday evening, Nov. 28, Bob and Sailors Memorial with fountains The "
I $11,500. Come by and look at it.| Morgan, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. This can be a very trying tipie. splashingin Triumph > I
There was a case of a 20-year-old summer and an elevator running to the top. No. 1
L. Morgan, Jr., of Keytsone !
enough land for flowers anda included girl whO'suffered severe 'head tourist attractions are the Motor .
Stout little house with Heights was in the Speedway where the
aches and extreme The Most Universal of all legends the most beautiful
nervousness !
banks of real good fishing lake. names of those to get Pepsi-Cola 500miJe.ces
garden along a : are held, the World War Memorial Plaza ,that
whenever she had to out or one symbolizes the in
Merit Awards on TV from Chan- go JLove humanity a production
I: 7500. Terms. nel 4. However since Bob Is a whenever guests were coming to which includes American Legion headquarters, the that technically and artistically is,the utmost'I I

student at BqUeslMilitary Schoolin her home. She lost these symp- Scottish 'Rite Cathedral with its 63 bell carillon. Other prodigy that up to now has ever been filmed in Universal I I
I Small tracts 1.2 acre up, a park for children to play in toms as soon as the abnormalhair
Jacksonville-and an outstanding attractions; are the home of James Whitcomb Cinematography.
Riley I
f and a 300 ft. bathing beach for your use. Only: $50.00 growth was removed from ,
down and $6.25 month. student-his name was included her face. poet, ,and the. children's hospital named for him.

I I I II per in the Jacksonville" area Medically Approved Methods Blessed Are Those Who Believe, I

Il l S. E. McKAY, REALTORAssociates CHURCH St. William's NEWS"News EDMUND Electrologist DWYER THE: KEYSTONE STATE BANK For They Shall See. God and Peace I

I Choir Practice will be held on ((17 YEARS EXPERIENCE)

, : !Mrs.\ I. Brault & M. Ilgen Sundays at noon and on Wed- An analysis of your excess hair MEMBER F.D. C. On Earth To Men Of Good Will

I Phone 3071.2051.4151. 2391 nesday evenings at 730. It is imperative condition is offered at no chargeor A Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community .. I

that an members be obligation. Keystone Heights, Fla.

Keystone ,Heights, Fla. there. 107 W. University Avenue REGULAR ADMISSION i
The regular monthly covered
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"' ' .' joyed a vacation trip to Palm, .YTVYTYTTYYTYYTTYTYTTTYTMELROSE rules. Mrs. E. F. Mayton Jr. is 'ed Mr. and Mrs. Alan Hall ,and 'ered-disk dinner 'served on the children of St. Petersburg spent 'airs. Delmar'' Williamson and
N7 I Beach last week. I chairman of this project.: family, and Mrs ArdeU Browning -t lawn, and a candle-lit birthday the Thanksgiving weekend here :family.

KEYSTONE Mr. and: Mrs. Gay. Livingstonwere i 1,, Coming Events_ .I, and family in Jacksonville. I cake. with ''Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lester and Mr. and Mrs. W. D- Carter and
also in Palm Beach on vacation i : The State Farm Home Demonstration ''Lt. ,Arley W-McRae, left Saturday Council Meeting Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. E., L Birt and fam- family moved ,into their'. pew

: .. HIGHLIGHTS i VVTYTV..n.atrrt..r..v i Club'will meet in Starkeon .to return, to Myrtle Beach The regular City-Council meeting ily.Mrs. home on Highway( 18 on Saturday ,
last week. I [Continued from Preceding Page! Dec.: 7 at the home,, of 'Mrs.: AFB..S. C.. where he-is 'presently will, be held Tuesday night.., M. L. Watterson visited in of last week.

"TTT"T V TTTTTT"'T"'TT"1 I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pawlikowski.1 Kay Lyons to parUclp te.1n'' .a stationed. He has t beea visiting,:Dec. 6,:at 7:30: oclock.; All citizens'I Bradenton :with Mr. and Mrs. i .

,:::/Cantinued from Preceding Page) '! Mrs Pawlikowski's mother, Mrs.1 sity visited his grandparents, "Mi. county wide, workshop, with t other, I this past week with his parents concerned about increasing cityrevenue Donald McMahon .and son from' '. HAM1TON"CHRISTIAN
I Mary Smulski and the three and Mrs. R. P. Simmons. clubs. Christmas decorations J',and Mr. and, Mrs. J W. McRae. are urged to attend this Tuesday to Sunday last week*; ; .CHURCh! :
Keystone nope she will soon, be :I Pawlikowski children left Keystone I Miss ,Oleda Brown spent the corsages will be made* at .the Those,attending Thanksgiving meeting. while Mr. Watterson was gone on Carl Clarke: 311nlster
home again. I for their new home in Tennessee weekend in 'Tampa with'Mr. and workshop. dinner :at the home of Mr. and PersonalsMr. a' hunting trip. SERvicES,

.-- We die glad that Hazel McKay's j I on Saturday. At the same I Mrs. 'Harry Burnett. ..Don't forget, the M Night service ,Mis. B. M.. McRae were Mr. and .. and Mrs. ,Glenn McIntosh Also on a hunting trip last SUNDAY

wrist is ,improving She broke it time. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Sargent I,. Mr.' and Mrs., E. M. Robinson to beheld at: Madison.. StreetBaptist JMr&k J. W .McRae,- Mrs. H. M. Visited in Gainesville'Sunday 'with C week was J. L. Slade, in the Mad-, 10:00: a.m. ;Bible School '
-.Ji en she fell from a ladder sev- and son also left for Tennessee.The Mr. and ,Mrs. Richard Logsdon Church Monday night:at McRae. Lt. Arley McRae, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pisano. clenny-Lake Butler area. tl00 jn. Worship &; Comt -

'Weeks ago, and has had it in t Sargents had just moved into 'I and children,. Mrs. E. W. Stein- 7:30.. : Everyone' is: Invited 'tchstj; ; Mrs; Eldon Sapp, Mr and Mrs. T. Charles Manire was home from i munion

,,,,asst ever since. their new home in the Nelson I eri, and Mrs. O. T. Robinson tend. N. Norman, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Cocoa,to,spend the Thanksgiving! Florida'HairdresserS'Charles Prevatt attended Festi the:= 1:0 fin. 'Evening Worship
We' were also glad to hear that I subdivision and the Pawlikow- :spent Thanksgiving with Misses Rev. Phipps will-be -the :guest Eggars and children of Jackson!, weekend with.his' mother, Mr. WEDNESDAY 7SO PJL
ors: Dan Reamer feeling better I Ic I ski's had just done some reno- I Annie Bell 'and'Reda Robinson :In speaker at Raiford B ptist'Church vine: Mr., and Mrs. Arthur McRae' Louise Manire.' Mrs.' Manire had val in Orlando, November 1214.He Prayer SerVIce and Bible' Study, ,

c vating on their new home when I East,Palatka., next,-"Sunday,. Everyone 1s invited and son; Mr.and Mrs. Benny Mc: spent several days in Jacksonville_ I is now on the staff at Marylie's .

Y- I i both men were"transferred from : Ralph Cason and daughter to'attend both morning an feven1ing ; Rae V of Fairbanks, Mrs.'Bob Tay; earlier in the.week. in 'the Gainesville shopping -
at .
Jj, :: this area to the DuPont plant (Diana Jane, of Palatka spent servic 's. Lori? and children of Raiford Mr. Mrs. D. H. Crawford and children -

fc...Li Ii patient in the, Veteran's HosItaI !i Johnsonville. Tenn. Both couples'Saturday! with Mr. and Mrs. R. Rev. Jack Hurst will fill the and:.Mrs*-Bob Myrick and family travelled to Perrine.to spend Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth WilLIU'iSJEWELRY I
In Lake City. I were active in local civic affairs. i M. Cason. pulpit' t.Barl ss''Higi way Bap-' Mrs. Sue Myrick; Mrs. Vernie the Thanksgiving -weekend with spent Thanksgiing'veekend in

.maeiOeorge: ,Blue suffered a heart I Mrs. Pawlikowski was on McKay'sBowling The Methodist Church will holda list .Church, thisJSunday.' )'011don.t I Thornton and children, Rudy': and her brother-in-law and sister and Bunnell with the Thomas Wads-' ;

""'attack the other day, and is now I team and was the William's soloistin chicken pilau dinner at the have place 'to+> worship, you Joe Sapp, Gerald Norman; and family, Mr. and Mrs. Darren&worth family.Thanksgiving. .

-.Q. splta11zed. the choir at St. educational building on Dec.' 8 are' invited tp.attend'services' at Mr and Mrs. F. L. Conners of Burkhardt.Mrs. dinner guests '_at ; '
"""" Little Charles Christopher:Church. Mrs. Sargent was in the from: 5:30 to '7. The price win be:' Bayless : ;< Jacksonville. Marklee Norman. Carl the ,Martin ,Mosher ,home were wAr HES DIAMONDS
Church. -
Ha.b rstroh., grandson of Mr.'and I I choir at the Community member of the I i I Adults $1, ,children 50 cents. Personals V Mr; and Mrs. J. W. McRae and Dennison, and Mrs. ,Nita John- Mr; and Mrs. Milton Mosher V and .

Mrs., Jack Haberstroh of Key-I Mr. Sargent was Dept.a They all 'There will be a gift sale"'for many Mr: : : and Mrs. F.D.',Puncher Jr.,. son visited. Mr; and Mrs., F. L. son drove to Ft. Myers on Thursday family. REPAIRS

stone? Is nowout of the hospitaland Keystone Fire'large number of I Christmas items' Including dolls. and son Peter, had,al"Thanks- Conners and family in Jacksonville week beforelast, Mrs. Nor- Mr..and Mrs George Saxon, An r\V otk Guaranteed

is at his home in Pennsylvania leave behind fancy work, and plants: !' giving :'Day, dinner (guests, "Mr?' last,Friday. man. and 'Mr. Dennison, returning who have been visiting in Pompano -J A., C. ;Williams
,convalescing 'Christopher, good friends. Winners of the Duplicate: Bridge Pan hefi \ parents,' Mr: 'and Mrs., Those enjoying Sunday dinner on Sunday. Mrs. Johnson remained returned to their home in.. I

who will be six years old on Club were: First place, Mrs: Alice P. D. 'Fancber"r'; ,pf Starke, and' with the A. J, Fero s'were Rev. in Ft.'Myers for' a longer'visit. Hampton Sunday. 142 W. Call c St.

Christmas day, was injured when St. WWIam Citholle Chapel Ketchum and :Mrs. Helen Phelps: his: 'brother antl'..sister-in-law.. MK Eddie Murrhee and Gene' Geigerof Mr. and Mrs Albert Morris Mrs. Vernon 'DeWitt of Palo, arkFla.. .-

ha!wa5.bit by a car while trick- I Keystone! Heights second place. Miss tva Hillyer and Mrs. W.:E. .>.Fancher of Birmingham. -Hillia rd. Mr- and Mrs. J.' W.McRae. and b .byo: ( Gainesville spent. Alto.. Calif, is visiting with her 'i,'( '- '
or-treating to his home town of Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m. and Mrs. Edith Larsen: third Ala;- ; and Mr. and Mrs. Earl l, Thanksgiving Day here.'with Mr. son-in-law and; daughter, Mr ahcl I t: ;; ,
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\Willlamsport.. Pa. last ;o to- Holvday Mass at 7:00: a. m. place, Mrs. Ralph ,Stevens and -Mr.. a.nd''Mrs. J. W. Harden and Goodman:of Starke.: and 'Mrs". John "parker: ,-.--.-- --- :: 'oJ '
Tupsdav Maui At 8:00 "". m. Mrs. James Segar fourth place Earl Goodman at the
; daughter, Debbie, ,were! visiting Mr. and 'M -s. : I Thanksgiving: Day guests
ber.Mr.. aM Mrs Ed Conneen en- Crnfessiona before all MasseS. Mrs. Ray Starnes and Mrs. ,Bo relatives in 'Blrmi ghtm. "Ala.- visited'Mr.- and l MrS: :Felix Sapp I home of Mr. nd Mrs. George I Attention Livestock Producers!

Baptisms, mamase ana instructions Henderson. during 'the Thanksgiving holidays Sunday, 'afternon:V We were glad I Williams were iMr and 'Mrs. Leo .

< by appointment School NewsA While they were away.Debbie was .'to see;lwlr.$; FeQx Sapp hOme out Wiggins of 'Jac sozvil1e. .
HEALTH FACTS'L covered dish supper,'Was held entertained with two','partlesj',honoring of -the'.hospital, and hope that Mrs. T. F. Brown spent weekbefore If you have hogs or = .,

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Tuesday night in the lunch room. her on)her seventh} birth- !she will,'continue, to improve. last in Miami w&h her cattle to sell now or in't'- "

'- Insurance Compa- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I in honor of the football team. day. ,Mr. and Mra.',Harden were. Activities 'To Attend. son Gordon Weest and family, the future please contact ,,'

nies pay benefits for Chiropractic: Ralph Coach Joe :-Phillips was presented dinner ,guests ,'Sunday ,of his 'Remember the Youth'' Fellow- while Mrs. Weest attended the one of'the buyers ..;-tat
service J. R. Smith pastor and with two tires 'from the student brother .and mter-i-.1aw;: Sgt ship Meeting this Friday'night-at Florida St te-"Pf A Congress in Copeland_ Sausage ._' :" .. :;
Music <
'%. Employees Injured under the i Copeland.organist Minister of body to, replace the ones he wore !- and 'Mrs. .H-, D., .Harden in Pine Level Baptist Church.'HAMPTON. St. Petersburg.,. Company and give then ,- '

Workniens Compensation are entitled church Services! Sunday School 9:45a. out going to the games Columbus, Ga.. *' Thanksgiving Day guests at the an opportunity to buy _$W :: tr
V will '"
basket ball and ,*
The first games YT"'TT.T""T"'TTTTYTYTTT I D .E. 'Hill home 'ere Mr. .. *
without !.fr..and Mrs. A.C Belche and livestock. > -
to Chiropractic care m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. your :
be held this weekend Friday Mrs.; Gene Day and Shelia Plana-
cost to the employee.' Training Union. 7 p. m. Evening night the Bulldogs win plaY Fort children'were Thanksgiving-guests vsky of Orlando. COPELAND OFFERS YOU'
services >8 m.COMMUNITY. of their son-in-law' and daughter; V
Deed insurance policy provide p. night they
your McCoy and Saturday Miss 'Mary Lou Cooper spent
Mr and Mrs."Tumey-uvAtlanta;: !
for Chiropractic care? We will play Fort White. the Thanksgiving weekend in 4 BIG. ADVANTAGES. *
check 'policy CHURCH The Senior Class of Melrose Oa. By Mrs. D. E. Hill Maxville "t '
will be glad to your ,with Mr. and'Mrs.. Avory
to 'see 'If you are properly covered. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS' High School climaxed their studyof Coy Alvarez of Palatka spent A/AAL.ALAI.4ea11/Ua/aa. Slade and children.: 1. Cash 'market every day, .rf
Dr. A. C. Holt, Minister MacBeth Sunday, night when Thanksgiving with' his parents. .. e
You It ,to yourself to have] Mr. and Mrs. W. P. McElroy .. ,
owe Dlrthday''Dinner' No commission. '
I L. Hetherington O. "Alvarez. HonorsT. 2. '
Mrs. J. they met at the home of Mrs. Mr and Mrs. T." 7 T?
your policies checked before you I I Organist and Choir Director. I English teacher We extend sympathy, ,to the F. Forsyth. 92 and children drove to Immok lee 'to meat
Clarence Holden consideration given
3. Special !)
nave need for them. I Sunday School. 9:30 a. m. ''Morn and class sponsor, to watch family: of 'Mr.:Drew' Reddish, who T: P. Forsyth of Hampton 'was and other spots-in South Florida ? ] ? ,
No policy Is complete that does I ing Worship, 11:00: "a. m. I'this dramatic production on tele- died Sunday night. *. Reddish guest honor at a birthday din- during the Thanksgiving'weekend.Mr. 'type hogs .

not provide for Chiropractic Bene, vision. was one of the pioneer 'settlers in ner last Sunday at the home of and_ Mrs. J. M. Baker and for .sufficiejitt i .
furnish hauling
: ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL Prior to the two-hour'show the; .Bradford' County, and was 'wellknown his granddaughter, Mrs: Ina children: of Orlando spent the 4- 4. Can : .,. .
fits.No I 'Union-County' Knight day weekend here with her parents ; '" < '
in also.-
physical examination Is com- CIITRCn, KEYSTONE I class enjoyed a buffet supper or : quantities. :
plete that does not Include an examination the spacious porch overlooking We also extend our sympathy Mr. Forsyth was 92 on,Monday Mr.; and Mrs. R. H. Parker .
Sundays 9:30 a. m., Church! '' hi Nov.28.., and also visited other relativesand
Lake Swan. During the business to Mr. and Mrs D., Ix Hicks ; 'Bprn near Lake Butler CALL COLLECT HO.2-301'1': ,
for 1
nerve pressure. School. 9:30: a..m.. Morning! meeting held later during the; I the loss of MrsHicks'' mother in 1868, where Dukes Station is friends. I .1 ',., ,

.Many _accidents. do, not produce Prayer and Sermon list[ Sunday: evening; the Class voted on thej last'week :Rafter an:_,extended ill now-he has lived in the Brad- Mrs. J. W. Home, and Mr. and CLAUDE PHILLIPS ...TfI ,RON. HUDSON. ,

Immediate< symptoms. Locating Holy Communion]. 6 p .m. Epis-:i commencement invitations and :. ness. ford-Union County 'area' all ..his Mrs. J. W. Home Jr., drove toi S PRESTON, 'POLK ',' :.
nrve pressure by your Doctor of copal Young Churchmen. discussed money-raising project Peter Fancher HI was visiting life.1.1 He 'has two sons and three Homestead for Thanksgiving with I "

Chiropractic will reveal. many con-. Ioly Days 7:30.a. m-. Holy to finance the trips to Washington in'North Carolina 'during' ':the daughters, and has been 'living in Mr. and'Mrs. Richard May. On]

dittons not found ,In ordinary examinations. Communion.; ; D. C., which the class hopes; Thanksgiving:! holidays.Congratulations Hampton with" his' son. Joe For Sunday they, returned by way of Copetan4
Third Wednesday Parish to make at the end of the school :to: Mr. 1IUift syth, and family",for most of the New Port Richie ,and a 'visit with .
<- Covered Dish Supper, 6 or 6:30 Mrs. Bill' Gnann on'the- arrive:! past five years''Approximately:- !Mr. and Mrs., R. C. Williams,

For Information Contact TheDr. P. m. ,year.Seniors enjoying this occasion of ,a son born last Saturday 'ir *' 50 friends and where J. W. ,Home and Billy SAUSAGE COMPANY ALACHUA, FLORIDAHART'S
I The Rev. Alillard H "Breyfogle. Maida Griffin Lynch Bradford County Hospital. Mrs relatives attended the'birthday Home also visited for ,the day. -

H.: G. Bellinger I i Vicar. i iI' were Strickland. Barbara,Turner. Care Gnann1; will be remembered ,hertas"Missi" i reunion which featured a- cov- Mr. and Mrs. Albert Birt and ,. .,. ,,.. .
Shirley'Brown daughtei
>THE RIGHT. POINT for the Hansen. Carole Allison, Debra
of Mr and ,Mrs. Wilmont Brawn? :
I'way you write. Come ta and seIcrtyour Pridgen. Judy Bussen Sandra '
Chiropractic Offices :Mike IBw- Mr: and Mrs. Walter'Qufett of: ,
Read Tony
':%8 E. l University, Aye. Gainesville' favorite ESTERBROOK' rence. Larry Brown. Calvin 'O'- Jacksonville, :spent' the 'weekentwith d' :

426 N. Walnut St. Starke t Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH Steen Ray Renfro, Bob Brown, Mrs. Quiett's1 parents' :">M. f ,

Don Butler and Alvin Lilly. and 'Mrs. ''Cecil 'Adgison.Spanky < ., REMOVAL I5II1iEILi! .
r --' McLendon,''a.student a1 \

TRINITY EPISCOPAL FSU, 'spent the' 'Thanksgiving
CHURCH, MELROSE holidays with .nis parents. *Mr t

Sundays '10 a. nu Churcl and Mrs. Ro, P. McLendon..
School. 11:15..am., Morning Prayer Mr. and Mrs.. spencer Crew:
and Sermon (First' Sunday, and children; Harry Pringle
Holy Communion).-8 p.m.. EpiscO' ,, 'and Mr.. and 'Mrs: 1

pa'Holy Young Days Churchmen._ 10 a. m. Hoi] Bryan were Thanksgiving Whitfield'Of,dinner, Campvffle guests GARRY EVENT AND. JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS! ,

Communion.The of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Siegler. 'J ,:. '
Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle .Misses Barbara and Nancy S '
3 i ; Vicar: Bates, students at*.FSU ;Spent the '
E z f ft Thanksgiving holidays"with >their, 3 PIECE DREAMLAND SOFABED OUTFIT 3-PIECE

Faith PresbyterianChurch parerits\Mr. and Mrs. H. O _

La.n.. .. Melrose Bates .r ;
Sunday services 'Church School,, Mr.:and Mrs. 'SpencerCrews Bed Room Outfit

9:45: a.m. Morning Worship. 11 and children, and Harry Pringleof "'
a m. Rev. James R. Neale Jr., pas, Aubu.r dale spent Thursday Regular $129.95 =
with his parents Mr. and
tor. night REGULAR $169.95
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Mrs. p S. Crews.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH ,Mr. and'Mrs. H. D. Gamble and

.Y MELROSE children spent Thanksgiving with
Sunday 9:45: a. m-, Church relatives in Mayo..'Mr.1- : Gamble,en N Y NOW 95

School for ,all ages. 11 a. m., joyed hunting and eame- ;bornewith
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Morning Worship. 6:30: p. m.. an eight point
Youth Fellowship. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Godwin and M .
l bw 3 y.-
% .. Wednesday 7:30: p. m.. Bible children were Thanksgiving Day A M1

.. ... Study and Prayer Meeting.Rev. guests of Mrs. Godwin's ,mother ,

...: .Ted Springer, Pastor. Mrs. Peggy Shaller. in Starke.
.. Mr. and Mrs. J. H.. Spence of : ALL SALES: FINAL
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S. Crosby and children ,of Lake '
STATE FARM Butler were visiting their:parents. 3 .1 09q5 NO REFUNDS

Mr and Mrs. O. E- Crosby, Sunday
afternoon:: Other guests>f i NO EXCHANGES
8y Mrs. O. C. Crosby1111111111111Iil afternoon
the-theCrosby's Sunday
x llllila Rev. and Mrs J. D. Kester- ,
ww were NOt\V'
; a : e of Padatka.PINE \ 7 PIECE BINETTE
i Linda Edwards Celebrates son VALNUT.BUI V' .
J. Eleventh BEDS : .
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Mrs: J. E:' Edwards entertained I
I with birthday. party at 3:30: Complete with innerspring mattressReg.$139.95 r # 1 : t
j Sunday afternoon honoring 'her I '' f ., K I P'flA'95

CHANNEL !daughter.Linda Sue, on her- 11th i ; .

MASTER I birthday 'annirersary.'Thparty r ( Geraldine, Fender] ST\TORESTER NOWREMNGCflAIR I. 1 ;

: rooms were decorated with fall I &..&&.&&&. ... ...&&... ,
., Standard I flowers and colored balloons. The F
Proadcastand Short Wave i ten little ,guestsenjoyed indoor! We were delighted to see a '

,. with I large .attendance in Sunday XIJ
games Andy Mayton, Patsy .
Transistor I - "
( Radio School. Rev.. Eddie.Murrhee, pastor V
!Hitchcock, and, William Barrett .
Here I of Buford Grove Baptist Regular $104.95 'U F I /4: \
is \\indow : winning prizes.
your world.
on Via short ware you visit !Church in Hilliard, conducted the tie +a
Moscow : Mrs. Edwards assisted in
Madrid was
Buenos '
Aires; andmany other i ;
foreign cities. Listen in on ship-to-ship, ship :;hore I serving delicious refreshments of Sunday services <:' .
messages Mrs. J. W. McRae and If CEDAR ROBE '
-fis es airline :ice cream, bJrthday"eake., :nuts V 4 '
-,amateur stations-police and mints by Mrs. Lewis Marton ; Arley W. McRae visited Mr, and .
calls WuPTHESWlftwSSS
...and all favor- Gainesville ; .
enjoy Mrs. J. E. McRae of "
and Mrs. E. F. Mayton Jr. .Linda
Regular $99.9a .
news broadcasts. Model 6512 does S this and 'i Sunday Afternoon.Mrs. .. .995 ,
!received many lovely gifts as a' 7. '
steuIhearttrtoday.Cost batteries whith play forhundreds of hours. i memento of the occasion. I I H. W. McRae spent' Wednesday i EGULAR.f m
and Mrs. NOW ;
I Community Club I,I night with, Mr. $99.93 1
CompUta ditht : The State Farm CommunityClub J. W. 'McRae. .. ', I
Powerful 10 TUBEPERFORMANCE leather caiVyinc' ; cast wOMlM.I ;C512
and strip; In the club, house on': Dec. -6, at:. of Starke spent Thanksgiving : '
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'Wire antenna; rivt'$5995 12 'p jn. Plans will be formulated, with his parents."Mr. and Mrs. : Q.tJ : .. I
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""sIster..2 CdesVherinistor. tern for a Christmas party to be held Williard Browning. /
at the club. All members are requested Mrs. Edwin McRae and Tony : "FLOOR COVERING 99c : ;

to be present for this important I Colejr: : of Gainesville were arisiting PER QUJrA ,

Bulljogton's Studio & Gift t Shop '' meeting. Mr. and Mrs. J. W McRae Saturday 12"WIDE"I I

Sponsor Lighting Contest : night. ,
it-L L The Home Demonstration Club'I Mr, and'Mrs.' W C. Coanernd. -
AND aill sponsor a Christmas lighting Yvonne and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. & i

ni. contest:: this year Everyone is:'uv Lewis spent Thanksgiving Day- At H .R' T'FU.RN'ITURE CO STARKE : ,1

Shepherd's Radio I TV riled to enter and first, second, l rith Mr and Mrs. Bishop Thos' e ; FLORIDA ;
ab : ;
3' I and third prizes will,be awarded..I is and family in Brooker ---, 4'- .
Watch The' Telegraph for contest "Mrs. J. W.)IcRa*'and son Tisit-i


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"".'TYYY9.VVVVYY. rrrrrlt their son Burnell and family of and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins. to be there with all nine of his two families-" ''- | with Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Barber I la Coaotj Ja Miami; their daughter and son-I Danny Phillips has gone to Mi-children and most of their fam- I Mr. 'and Mrs. .JI'J. Saunders Sr. | >r Itraator toamr Florida. I IIih I of the same and for final 'disI .
: 'L AV\ T E' Y in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs ami where he has accepted em- ?! \ re Kelnte vf Adam T. Green !I charge as Administrator of the es-
cf Green ,
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.lies. QuVc! crowd. Springs were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edge of Jacksonville deceased.Rothe : state of Adam T. Green deceased,
and children Mr. and Mrs. Mar- ployment. = '
Of Filing Petition For
bits. Dorothy Reidof Jackson- the Otis. : Brewer, family Sun- I j spent the weekend with the' Final Discharge! Administrator]i i November 17. "'0.
vin Thompson of, Jacksonville, I Mr and u i S Robert G. Green,
By Eaza I Mrs. n. F. Moore spent day.. \ I i Paul Griffis family.
Blanchard and Mr. and Mrs. SH.. Thompson with vUle was a Sunday visitor of theI To All Whom It May Concern: I I Administrator of the Estate of
Thanksgiving Mrs.
The Frank. Cruse family visited I Mrs. Hazel Muse and childrenof Notice is hereby given that I have I Adam T. Green deceased.
..YY"W f .'YYWY'YYYYYV' of Lake Butler. I brother, David:! Boyer and family Leon Wilkersons and Mr. and Mr. arid"-Mrs. Emory Duncan and I j Jackscnville visited her parents filrrt my final returns as administrator I,I I 11-7 4t 1!-1
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burton of At this time the Mrs E. L- i of the estate of Adam T.
Lynn. Boyers
Lowery. Mr and Mrs. family. In Jacksonville Sunday : Mr and Mrs. Jack Crawford, i|( Green deceased; that I have filed : Cash paid: for goon titan, cat*
First ;
[ a correction: tin I my petition for final di>*harpe,
Jacksonville spent, Thanksgivingwith their family reunion. Rev.Leroy 'of
: Montgomery Valdosta, Mr and Mrs n D. Barter Jr. I ton No Khaki wool
It'was Mrs. Bobble Norman who i and other members of the family and that Ji'l! apply to the Hnn-I rags. or
gave ,the lovely shower In her Mrs. Burton's' parents Mr., E. D. Borer.of Tampa W'as happy Ga. spent the weekend .with, the, spent? Thursday in Jacksonville i Thursday. I lorablp(Judge of Th"Bradford rMi A. County Yawn,Florida County '!Bring.to Bradford County ,Tel*

home for Miss Geraldine Starling, I :raph.rIprrrN..r
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whose name appeared as hostess ,
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by- error last week, resides In ...''" aaA' //b/aiv..r. '
Daytona Beach. ,9 j/
.Mrs., Joyce, Futch, Miss Eliza- / 7 1 _
beth Terry and their sister, Mrs.
Claudia\ Strickland of Gainesville,
were In,,Tallahassee from Thurs
day to SaturdayrMrs.: Futch was
guest of her daughter Miss Mary
Julia Futch. and Mrs. Custins. /
The others were' guests of Mr
and Mrs. John Wyrick'' and Mr.
and,Mrs. John Carter and Larry.
Enroute home they stopped by
Lake City and visited their uncle
,I and: aunt. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ,

Terry. "
I .Friends of Mrs. G. L. Sapp re-
i gret.to learn that she Is a patient .PORK ROAST PORK CHOPS
! In Bradford Hospital at Starke.She .

requests, prayers ,for her re-
r'ifrT and, Mrs, Doyle Eubanks u
Bradford announce', the County arrival Hospital of a son on at WESTERN;TENDER. CORN PORK"QUANTITY FED END LB '43 c. END LB ,53 C CUTS LB .69. c CUTS LB 49 C.

Nov.' 27. Mrs. Eubanks was a ........
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teacher last, year.In Lawtey Jr. High School EIGHTS, RIB HALF ROAST Ib 53 LOIN HALF ,ROAST Ib 63 \ "

Mr,. and Mrs.Nelson B. Blocker RESERVES SLICED 4< LB HIGHERDOUBLE _

and sons:were',Sunday visitors of :
Mrs. A. H. Harley. They took Mrs I ,,1 I ,
Hattey '1 home with them to spends I TREASURE CHEST DAYS

I I:ew, days., J10 I. UP ON SAVINGS i
At o
I Thanksgiving dinner with -WAINUroRtDaSf. '
,Mrs John Shuford and Dave were .. .Kwaoa 1.. '
Mr, and Mrs, Phfl Shuford and :.
children of Moorhaven, who are Ww.sroa FREE Merchants GreenStam ARE HERE AGAIN! j
.spending ,the week here, Mr and food,tar cr. Pmap
Mrs. Joe Shuford of St. Augustine y I f ,
ti I a I' !
and ,Mr., and Mrs. Sidney III .j I I ItI'l.fl I I t..tS "I
t Shuford and children of Starke. / ;oA i l1 i I I' While Shopping at Setzer's SuperMarket {

,Thaksgiving'guests' Rev. and FRESH CAUGHT TASTY LARGE l : Tso FREE
'Mrs.-T L. Howe were Mrs. Bettie EXTRA Sb
Thrift, Miss Sunada Thrift, Mr : MERCHANTS GREEN ...
and birs: Joe Barter, Mlllissa and SHRIMP IB 69 WITH PURCHASE OF$5 00 OR MORE ''
Gary; all of Macclenny 'Y == NAME FOOp ORDER =1
,Mr, and Mrs. H. C. Wainwright 'S fA DECEMBER 2 AND 3Obtain
aqd. Mr. and Mrs. 'Fay Durban M FRESH CAUGHT DELICIOUS o Ewa"- ? 7
agent the week at their in S ORE. /, l96 o
camp f
I the .Scrub. Clyde Wainwright ands ST FREE Key and Take Same To
-friend of Bartow Joined them ,
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for Thanksgiving dinner. SincePete'
,LB C w. 41 Jih STOllS
had ,
the good fortune to bag it '
a :-deer":on'the first day ,.of' the t

season .it was a wonderful roast ::: ;
'-.1 '- '- i
tit.ye ..Sn\ .,:intead ,of. the.' traditional : :; Gem Jewelry
turkey for them. "' r ALL
,.Mr/;Billie Torode of Gainesville : DELICATESSEN, .. 200

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'Mr. 5 .
:children:and'of Mrs.-John Tampa and Wright Carl Shu-and 'COUNTRY' STYLE I CANLIMIT HOBS NOTD GRILL R SPIT AND ,

ford, and family of Gainesville If Your The Chest You
acre, .. Thanksgiving guests ''Qf Mr. SAUSAGE I, 1 WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER F DECEMBER 4. I960CODt r 7 i
.and. Mrs., Charles Shuford. FLU! IT fit1RE1
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>Ir. IndrM 'sRay'Donnan and NEW BLUE DETERGENT May Win One of These Prizes .. .. !
children of Jacksonville were
visiting.Mr'and Mrs. B-. E. Red L8 .4'9' C GIANT I lhs, txoli..u..alne.ae. t i
dish.. during. ,.the weekend.. SIZE i -
Thanksgiving ng dinner guests of BOX \
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Me: and 'Mrs. George L. Shuford : :: < : ''MF1- WITH MERCHANTS. GREEN STAMPS .
we're Mrs: Leon.Starling'and childA fRO EN E pD. f $5.00 ORDER WITH THE PURCHASE OrS LADIES TWIN HEART DIAMOND
} Of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. -' '" --' - 1 W.iITEOP.Bb LB PUB BREADED
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and-sons' and!'Mrs. J. 3. Norman. E THIS COUPON EXPIRE :

sometime;In a hospital "
.A, shower, for Mrs. Arthur POTATOES }i 1 1 LB TIN LADIES'! BRACELET /: '

Green, the former, Martie Bales,, COFFEE uwniCOFFEE 59c" nus : ,

a\recent bride, was a pleasant WITH J5.00 i tvaerllH i PARKER PEN SET "w, .. !' .
event of last Tuesday evening at 2 LB 39' FOOD PURCHASE : .

Bride the home bingo of was Mrs.the Effie game Miner.of the BOX .? FOOD FAIR COFFEE :49* YUBAN INSTANT', :99I' MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS, ,HANDSOME TIE SETL. : : :
evening. Refreshments of cookies ? ... '
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and Russian tea were served to '- i I HAND LOTION 'J- .
approximately 40 guests by the __}1 nl ,. 1. PI j '#303. J THIB COUPON EXPIRE LADIES' :
N lOc BILL FOLD :::'
hostesses Mrs. George Roberts,, PUMPKI DECEMBER 4. I960 ,. ,
Mrs. H. 'E. Priest, Mrs. H. O. j S10df 1 :
ard and Mrs. Miner.The honoree ,
received many nice gifts includinga. I I I wt I h CHILD'S EDYCATORSET
number' of.pieces! 'of her chosen, j PEACHES CAN 25 t O Consisting of Spoon, and Fork.
pattern of china and crystal.

visited the Earl Padgetts over: 3 a 29< \ WI =HAlror
the weekend. ICE CREAM Ivi CAL 55 .
W. G. Ross and son of.Orlando CTN GARDRK'7.F
spent Thanksgiving with Mr.. and THIS COUPON ,EXPIRE! ,NONFAT DRY MILK .
Mrs. Marvin Rosier ,and children. BAKERY: t EPI GOLDEN ROSE (PLAIN OR SELF-RISING) 'tut DECEMBER CODE 4 BT I960 ftgtif s R'INSr IAipa f 12 SIZE
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McKinnon QUART .
and three5sons of Melbourne were 'I'LADY FAIR. (-PLAIN OR MARBLE) .? FLO MR 5 l8 35C .

Thanksgiving weekend guests of BAG, nia cavort war I I S S
Mrs. McKlnnon V'sister 'Mrs.; C
Bumgamer. and Mr.. Bumgarnef. POUND CAKE ROSEDALE GOLDEN 50MERCHANTS 89
Thanksgiving night they attended I
.the Jacksonville' Little Theatrt CREAM CORN S I GREEN STAMPS

production of "The King and I1 i ,)1 Round .12 OZ 25 C ROSEDALE FANCY 2 C WITH THE. S COLO PURCHASE KIST OfNO. s I
Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts, "Cut SIZE I i PEANUT OIL I
Jr., Ricky and Brenda. spent the I / SWEET PEAS THIS COUPON EXPIRES II I
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. '(IN PLASTIC DOME PKG) #303 FOOD DECEMBER 4 I960 sal rS ,
George Roberts. Mr and Mrs. i tut CODE ST 'rota

Starke Vernon joined.,Sflco, them'on* and ,David Sunday of at FRUIT CAKE $I :'I I, LIMA BEANS CANS PET I.

which time the Roberts had their 5 TALL CANS.
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Thanksgiving dinner. ,,
Mrs.Lula'J Norman's friends are .--.--.--.--.,.., J PDJf :_ : .., ..."... EYA/OtA130 j j I
glad she Is at home ,again, after 25 --- "p MERCHANTS 69 c .
several weeks spent with a sister; #I 1. ;
and Mrs. Earl Tesotn, and WITH THE PURCNAlt Of Liquid Cleaner I Irea :: I\
children In Sanford for
Thanksgiving with Mr. Teston'saister LB 'Hat CODE' 4.BT 1'*O [KRBtt '!
Mrs. E. J. Titter, Jr., Mr. ,1 o, TNI DECEMBER!CpuroN a cxrua 196D st9 BAG nELDORADO SLICED FLA GRADE "A"
Tiner and children. "
sToau '
Mrs. O. J. Phillips '
were Mr.Thanksgiving and Mrs. Leslie dinner' Phillips guestsof BACON FRYER LEGS or

and children in Callahan.Mrs. SNAP BEANS 2s,29c i 1
Jones of Theressa, Is,'spendihf' tt WITH THE PURCHASE OF i I
the week with her and Coleman. ";TML aAac wRCMAri DRrAFLTT[ 01 FLORIDA' JUICY, DELICIOUS y. IS'l OZ P B DUTCH MAID CHOCOLATE
Mrs. Hattie Mathis spent BLEACH MARSH. PIES

Thanksgiving with her son Frank ,via COUPON EXPIRE! 29c. THIS COUPON EXPIRES 49C 35ci
Mathls. and family In Jacksonville Ftl occtweER a ORANGES S na DECEMBER 4. I960 fumi'sl LB LB
.' A number of relatives and 'F1Ct cdocsr, stdlF! BAG, CODE ST InaEj i

friends were guests at dinner. I I IJ
Mr. and Mrs..'George Roberts

enjoyed Mr. and dinner Mrs. John Thursday Roberts with,and .F } !

family In Jacksonvile.Tanksgivtnsf r. lllrl"III IIIII I.IIII lI'\.I., I

\ dinner guests of II lIB! ,

Mr.,and Mrs..W. Wilkison were .. \ ..... ]. ,- .:; ,-- ....... .;. ...... i

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BRADFORD COUNTY. .. -TELEGRAPH. : .. STARinrr FU1'Rm4?___.__._ '
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I ily reunion the home of Mr.. of -
Gainesville visited Miss Shirley program. Four PTA boys will represent Drew Reddish 86 Cash paid for rood, clean cotton : day of November A D. 1960.
and Mrs. FloYd Cone in Baldwin L'I Green Sunday afternoon. I :Nisi, to which was attached a copyof
Bradford County in a rags. No Khaki or wool I W. May Walker, the Petition therein referred, to
BROOKERBy on Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham,. Statewide land judging contest in Dies After Illness Bring to Bradford County Tdet : Circuit Judge. William D. Hopkins, State Attorneyfor
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. the Second Judicial Circuit of
Sullivan L Sr. of Lakeland were visiting Mr. Gainesville.The i I A true copy
graph. i i iI. the State of Florida, and T. E. Duncan -
visited Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sullivan .1 i and Mrs- W. E. t Attest
Shirley Greenak1A4AWWkAAAua.4 BIgham Jr. and U. S. Department of the Diew Reddish. 86. father of State Attorney for the Eighth
Oeo. G. Crawford '
in Gainesville Thursda, family last week.A Bradford County Sheriff P. D. Judicial Circuit of the State of
Interior Fish and Wildlife: Serviceis Clerk Circuit Court
night birthday dinner was held at Reddish died Sunday in a local I. The rirralt Court Of T.. Swond I Leon County Florida \Florida, by. mail on this ISth day .ofovenrher.
co-operating with the Soil Con- A. D. 1511)
I Green in Inverness the home Judicial I'lrrull Of Florida !. By David Lang, Jr.D.. C.
Stanley was of Mr.
I and
Mrs. A. L.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bass and visiting friends Friday. Crews in Lacrosse servation,Service in supplying fish convalescent home after an extended Aad 'or ..... C..t;. .I IIB I hereby: certify' that I have furnished Ford J... Thompson
daughter of Gainesville were I Sunday: ford to stock ponds-: The fish used are illness. I eha.erryfare a copy of the' foregoing Rule' Attorney for Petitioner. i
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Barry an I Mrs. Mattie Barry and Mrs. \O. 172x9 8
Lloyd Mr. Reddish was born In Bradford 11.4t 1!>
Thanksgiving dinner 'I Bluegills and Redears. L. Bat
of ,
guests Mr. Florida Development Commission
'daughter of Gainesville visited t Barry of Brooker. A. I,. Crews I i
and Mrs Sam Smith and Mrs. ton, Earl Batton, and Rayonier County en March 9, 1874 an Agency of the State of Florida, ---- r f
Mrs. Mattie Barry Saturda'I :of Lacrosse, J. R. crews of Jacksonville i will receive this and had lived here all his life. He Petitioner, vs. State Of Florida, etaL i
Mary Sue Willingham. { fish Next
,, year.
afternoon.Mr. Respondents.RULE '
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hendricks of i, j ,Evans year the Service will supply fingerling was the son of the late William XISi. t -
and Mrs. Ralph Wetherington of Haines City. anj Mary Andrews Reddish pio- In The Name And By The Authj j i
Jacksonville_ visited Mrs. Mattie' I bass to complete the I !
: and sons of Cocoa. Mrs. TomSteele i, neer settlers of this ority Of The State Of Florida: WO 4.2600
Barry Sunday: I I of Verow Beach Mr and| .........rIY...........* I stocking of the pond. area. To The State Of Florida And The ,'
Mrs. J. H. Sullivan and chll- : ::1 I The other day I was discussing : Mr. Reddish was a prominent Taxpayers, Property Owners, AndCitizens : DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home : 'I
den viisted Mrs. Hazel Hart and j: Mrs. J, W. Wetherington and pasture management with AC.. farmer of the county, and was an Of The State Of Florida' i
daughters of Gainesville, and Mr.; And Of Bradford County. Florida.t' Jones I
TH.ERESSA active DeWitt 'C. Registered Funeral Director
family In Old Town Thursday. : ,I Ellis. He is planning to reworkhis member of the Union'Prim I Including Xon-Resldent Owning : i
and Mrs. Ernest
Edwards and
,Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry of I pastures by plowing disking, itive'Baptist Church near Starke. Property Or Subject To Taxation I Starke, FIL I
family of Mr. and Therein All Owners;
were guests ; Property Taxpayers -
Gainesville spent the Thanksgiving | I -By Roth Griffis liming fertilizing, and seeding.His Besides his son, Sheriff Reddish, Citizens And Others Having j f
Mrs. Earl
Green and ,
family Rental Service Hospital 1 Beds Wheel Chairs Crutches
weekend with her parents.' pastures have become sol: he is survived by three other .Claiming Any Right. Title Or Interest : : .
Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Harrell. i if Thanksgiving Day. I .4"-A 4 444.444... bound: and he feels that it will In Said County Or The TaxI I -
Mrs. Neil Home and daughterof !'ons. R: L. [Bill] Reddish, Heil- able ,Property Therein, Or Interest|
John Green of Gainesville and I Mrs. Bessie Cochrane has returned help improve the land by rework- In Property To Re Affected Through
Miss Annette Green of. > Starke. Mrs. Corbett Home; ,j home after visiting inj(ing it. :Mildred Sapp. County Of- bronn; 'Oren Reddish. Raiford; The Issuance By The Florida Development -;f
Ocalaj II and Anna Mae of Lake City and I Commission, An Agency!
and Reddish
spent Thanksgiving holidays with I. Georgia for some time fice Manager, says that the sign- George Starke: Of The State Of Florida, Of The I
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Miss Mamie Clark of Jacksonville; Chester Searle of St. Petersburg up time for ACP practices that three: daughters; bars Annie Kelly Revenue Bonds Ht'rt'lnafterlore: i i'

Green. Lj'visited Hodge/ Thursday Mr.: and afternoon.Mrs. Dennis 1 j I spent the Thanksgiving halli you intend to Carry out-jn, 1961 Ml1 BJarj" Norman, and Mrs. Particularly Way To Be Affected Described Thereby Or' In Any'j, $100.00 REWARDFOR
Dec. 1 and close Jan. 6.
Mr. and Mrs. John Evans and i days here with Mrs. Searle and begin Hazel Alvarez, all of Starke two You and each of yAu, the State !
i Miss Iris Brown t>f Jacksonville M i daughter, Jan. : I came upon Fred and Jack I of Florida, through the Statet- !
and Mrs. J. L. Dees of Haines
I brothers. Willie torney of the Second Judicial Cir- i
visited her mother, Mrs. H. O. Mrs. J McDavid. and Zedra Hamilton, I Lawtey.
Lacy Wynn spent Thanks- cult of Florida
City were weekend guests of Mrs. and t.1e 1
Mattie Barry.Thanksgiving. Brown Saturday j giving Day with her son-in-law I wrestling with an aster for a feed and 'Raiford 'Reddish Raiford; !Judicial Circuit of Florida, F.lghthj'

| Miss Linda Green of Florida and daughter Mr. 'and Mrs. L. V. loader: the other dy. They stop- 1 i four sifters. Mrs. Laura Andrew, i.by required to appear before this ,
guests of Mr. and [Southern College Lakeland pcd a few minutes to blow and !New River; Mrs Bessie Sapp Court at the Court House in Tallahassee -I j' .
Mrs. spent Williamson and children at Key- j Florida, on the 5th day of .
Lloyd Clark were Mr and ; the Thanksgiving holidays with I.stone Heights. we talked about winter pastures. I Raiford; Mrs. Alice Edwards, and January, 19S1.! at ten o'clock in the Information i Leading To The Arrest And
Charles Ryals and Miss Mamie !' I Mrs.Lillie Cone, both of Brooker forenoon' and show cause, if
"pasturesof ,
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rev. Fred said his
and Mrs. I
M. L. Packhamand Ii
Clark of Jacksonville you have why the prayers of the
Mrs Corbett I II 19 grandchildren 19
He has grat.'grandrhiWren. -
Green. I children rye are looking good. Petitionfiled In the
spent the Thanks -above titled Prosecution Of Person Persons Who
Home and daughter, ,Anna Mae, I or
has'planted and two great. great cause should be
and not
1 turned some"sod granted and the |
of Lake City, Mrs. Carol Ann Mr- and Mrs E. W. Hodges and giving holidays with friends in It i I grandchildren. revenue bonds therein describedand <

Mrs.Home Jimmy and daughter Clark and, and Mr. and of family'ThanksgHng! of AmerIcus.weekend Ga. with spent the his Haines Mr. and City Mrs.; *G. W. Ezell arid I I I the rye on it... ,,,,,... ,., FuneraL services were-held at 2 Issuance the proceedings thereof' 'be authorizing validatt'd'd thll ;! Continuously And Willfully Cut The Tires

family ...w..r.'r..nrrrr.. : confirmed said revenue bonds to be
t p. m. In the
Wednesday' Union
Starke. parents; Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hod- children of Jacksonville spent Issued by the Petitioner herein tn'I! '
On Automobiles Mrs. 'Frances
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!ges. Friday with Mrs. Ezell's mother, Primitive Baptist Church with the aggregate sum of One Million I .
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Green and Seven Hundred Dollars''
the Elder B. H, Rawls of Thousand'
Mrs. MAYVIM'F pastor. 'I
family attended the Thomas lam Mrs. Don Cornwell and daughters Lacy Wynn.' ($I.700,004), to be designated, ',
High Springs officiating, assisted S. Pierce 739 North Pine St. Starke.
I and Joanie and Susan Wait Mrs. Ida Youngblood, and Mr. dated, numbered, In denomination of'l ,
r. -- and Mrs. Warren, Youngblood> and Mrs. C. B. Nolan.-- ."t ., by Elder T, R. Crawford of Or- and to mature as follows: ,

children of Tampa spent Friday By lando. Burial was in the family "Florida Development Commission..:
... .... ..& plot in Dyal Cemetery under the Bradford County Road P.evenuePonds"
AYE Q 1 and Saturday with the former'sbrotherinlaw I I' to be dated the first day of'' ,< .
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and sister, Mr.I I direction of DeWitt C. October 1360. numbered from 1 to' -
Vince Taylor of Norfolk, Va.
1,700, both inclusive In denomination ,
Funeral Home of Starke. -. 'r---
and Mrs. E. S. Sibley. Mr and I spent the Thanksgiving holidayshere of $1,000 each, and to mature : 1 """"'- :.
Mrs. Charles Johns of Starke I' with his family. Mrs. Tay- Active pallbearers were grand- in numerical order as follows, to
I i of the deceased Keith Red wit: I RED C DARCHRISTMAS
were Thanksgiving Day guests of lor and the baby returned to Nor- sons : Mat.4m.ut 1181moIiD'

jF j\\ the Sibleys. folk with him and will stay until dish, Lamar Reddish. Oren Red- urity urhy

; Mis. James A. Davis and chil-.I he is discharged from the serv- dish Jr.. Jimmy Reddish, Ver- Date 1963 Date TREES
\ dren, and Mrs. James A. Gnann non Reddish and Warren Kelly. $ 3.0nll 1977 $60.000
ice on Dec. 9. They'plan to re- 1964! %; ,OOO 1978 60,000 t
and children spent Friday shop- turn to :Maxville then and stayin 1965/ 30.009 1979 65,000 o
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in Jacksonville. me :35,000 1980 65,000
School Lunches I FOR SALE
their new home next door' to Mr. 1967 35,000 1981 70.000
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Griffis had
1968 35.010 198 75,000
and: Mrs. F. B. Coleman. Discussion Heard
as Thanksgiving Day guests Mr. Friends of Mrs. Buddy Browning 1970 1969 40,000 1983 75.000 Choose your Tree while it's Still Growing Tag It-
40,000 1984
and Mrs. R. C. Dampier,and son,I will be interested to know i By Rotary Club 1971 45,000 19855,000 80,000 :and Pickup when you're Ready to Decorate.
Billy, and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney W. 1972 45,009 1986 90,000
that she is slowly improving froma
Griffis and children of Starke, 197S 50,000 1987 95,000
interesting the
tonsilectomy performed last program 1974 50,009! 1988 100,000
and Mr. and Mrs. R. G- Zeiglerof week in a Jacksonville hospital.. school Clinch program,- which included 1975 55.000 1989 10 ,OOO OVER 1000 TO, PICK FROM

OD S S I Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and a fried chicken dinner in I aggregating 1976 55.000 the sum 1990 of One 110,000:Million -
Mr and Mrs. J. H. Mayo stopped family and Mrs.' Hattie Nolan the Starke. Elementary School ; Seven Hundred Thousand! Dollars $2.00 And Up For Cut Trees
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED 1 by for a visit with her broth- Cafetorium, was enjoyed by i ($1.700,000)). and bearing interest
visited in Seville last
Prices Good Thai Saturday, December 3rd er-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs.E. Sunday Starke Rotarians Wednesday.After payable semi-annually' oa "LIVE TREES"-BALL AND BURLAPED-
with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nolan and the first day of April and on the I
S. Sibley, on their way home the luncheon the members first day of October of each yearat
Robert. -
y ; I from Miami. Two other sisters, son. I the lo'f'ra.tl' obtainable when I SLIGHTLY HIGHER
H. About 50 of the Maxville Young I heard Mrs. Thelma Flanna- the panic are sold, provided that I ,
Mrs. Ben C. Powell and Mrs.
f i of Tallahassee State School ,: such bonds shall not War interest'
{.WElN,, ,EA ''E. of Miami with People enjoyed a hay ride and gan at a greater FREE-ONE 12-18" LITTLE RED
Mp! si al.RE va Moorer came Lunch diScuss various I! rate than six per cent-
: them for an extended visit. weiner roast Thanksgiving night.I Supervisor, j I um (6t; ) per annum or to be sold I'
i of which 'at
Mr. phases the program such price that the net Interest
They were chaperoned by
i With deepest regret we learned cost to the
Development ,
makes well- alanced meal j
a pos Comm's-l
i ii of the recent death of Ben C. I and Mrs. D. B. Griffis and :Mrs. sion shall exceed six CEQAR-REApY'TO PLANT WITH
sible for school children at ,a um ((6%) to the date of the spt''t-I I
visited Elsie Mae Cannon and :Mrs. Gladys
Powell of Miami. He has
44ILGREEN S1 AMPS nominal price. Preceding her talk, I ive maturities thereof, a more I)8r-1
often in this area and endeared Copeland. the managers of the three school ticular description of said EACH CHRISTMAS TREE
himself to all who knew him. Our Fried Chicken ,Supper bonds appearing by reference' to I
WITH THIS COUPON AT YOUR j! sincere sympathy is extended to The Junior Class of Baldwin cafeterias in Starke. Mr Sarah ]i said authorizing resolution, (certi .
1 Hunter, Mrs. Chessie Derrick, and tied' copy of which Is attached ,to PURCHASED
NEAREST WINN-DIXIE STORE the family.Mr. High School will sponsor a fried Tomlinson. i; and made a part -of the Petition I
Mrs. Emma Lou discussed -
.V"id After Limit One Coupon To Adult Yw'ith and Mrs. Leon Taylor and chicken supper.Friday night! Dec. various phases of the. pro- herein.in Thin the flute Bradford Nisi l (is County to be published .. I

Dec. 4 A $5.00 or More Food Order family of Heilbronn Springs spent 9, at the High School Cafeteria. I graph. Starke. l Thanksgiving Day with his mother t Everyone is invited to come and gram. I published In Bradford County, DON CHAMPION'S NURSERYPHONE i
I The program was in charge oft I da. and' in the Tallahassee Dl'moI
t t L. K. Childs and family. make this event a success. Adult I
rplA l + 1 f oalAtilMt Mrs. (crat a newspaper published in Lf.m'' .
i rt ava L. II. Gibson, school supervisor.
+ Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Howell spent plates will be $1 and children's I County, Florida, In form and manner WO 4-7285

i Thanksgiving Day with friendsin 65 cents. Serving will start' Florida as Statutes.required by Chapter. 75.06, 410 Short St. Starke, F a.,

I Jacksonville.Mr. ] -at 4::30'p. m.: and ''Willl at the Garden Restaurant.The 1 Done And Ordered at Tallahassee -

: and Mrs. Dan Loper and last until 8 m. A basketball Leon County, Florida, this ISth := =
p. I two awards are presented ...
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(children spent Thanksgiving Day game with the D&B teams of St.i annually by the Jaycees to local -

with Mr. Lopev's sister, Mrs. I Augustine will be held afterwards I citizens for outstanding leader-I

i{I Louise Blankenship, in Americus. I.ship in government and community I m1iim 1 H[ im

A Ga. Jaycee Awards life. Jaycee John Kopelousossaid

KRAFT QtKITCHEN' Tuesday R. C. Dampier to the ,Veterans was admitted Hospitalin I To Be ReceivedBy !i''ment this award week.last The year'good went govern-to iHi11i1 j1 1 1 11!!

FRESH Jar r-. Lake City for. examination and Local Citizen's1 f\1 Carl Johns Sr., retired city clerk ../.' ::.:mmmmm..::.:.:.:.:.:..:.:.:.::.:::.:m.:.:.:.mgm:.:.:..::.:..:.:.::.
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Limit one with a $5.00 or more Food Order same day. The Starke Jaycees will present; I er's Supply. The good citizen- ; m m mnmgmill fgg: .,.

I j Congratulations to .the Steve ,a good government award and a i, :ship award last 'year'' was pre- .

i i Broadways on the birth of a baby (citizenship award to two lucky I :sented to E. L. Matthews, editor l l ; ill
i Saturday, Nov. 26. She :::::::::::::::::::::::::==
1 girl on ]local citizens at their dinner :and publisher of the Bradford'unty E:::::::::;;::;;;:::::::
Maxwell House will be called Tammy. Mrs. ,meeting next Wednesday Dec. 7,,I I Telegraph.MONEY. ....'.........................-.........................--

I I Broadway is the former Audrey .:.:..:..:...:..:..:.:....::...:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....;.:.:1....:...:..:..:.:-.:-.

II I I Raley of Theressa. 1HHm 1m H mgf:1MODBBt :
Mrs. E. E. Triest, secretary- :::::::: :::: ::::: :::::::::
1.LB. i treasurer of Hampton Elementary ,QtY l t2 I)7'

VAC 59 .. (II 1 School meeting attended of the PTA the at the executive school L:: ::11:;; m11 : = h

Limit one PAK with a $5.00 or more Food Order I I I Tuesday' Mrs Fred afternoon.Dodd: and Mrs. J. D. -J _- '.,', mlllllmmmmmHHmffi limHrmiH jffi j Hjlli f1 rlm'rj

ia 1 Griffis were hostesses Tuesday 'WHEN :

night at the community centerat ,V"H: ,
honor- : '-';: ..' ;;;- : ,
a Joint birthday party ; ".
CRISCOLB. ing Romesa Dodd who was '16, -. 'Pi' '-. :'r.' .-
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and Marcia Griffis, who was 14. ;u t : "' ..
Games were played and refresh- ,r:; ,'.. '4 1 Modern home heating oil is Nature's finest .

ments were served to about 30 .. < ,. \ .. 't_, ,,)...:, ,

CAN who attended. The honorees received r'... NEED- .- .. "\' .J'':.< <\t. fuel..a triumph of petroleum research. '

3 Limit 1 witha lovely gifts. :" ', yG .i::
many I
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$5.00 or more : Sullivan : -i.'- : '. '. ..' '. It's
Food OrderSUNNYLAND Mr. and Mrs. M. Z. 1-- :. r IT !' '_ } ,a clean, clear, distilled liquid, virtuallyfree
had: as. Thanksgiving guests their .

I 1 sons-in-law and daughters, Mr of any impurities so that It burns

and Mrs. N. A. Horne and Mr. .
SWEET and: Mrs. O. H. Camplejohn and

their children, all of Miami LOANS, TO $600 completely and without waste. Keep _

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Soil Conservation Set rice Service'With' '

Prompt l ;. : ill. .1;
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; I of Paul Hutchins and' Curtis '*'t8(: ; Problems .. ; : IBlcoxioxxiicdJLFUEL .,,:i
I Marlow, participated in a land .

: judging program on the farm of 1 ,
LAND O' SUNSHINE ,PURE I 1. D. Green which is located .
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northwest of Starke on the State '
CALL ;-; -
Farm Road. The land appreciation .
BUTTER.LB. school and judging contestis OF BRADFORD COUNTY ,- '
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designed to promote under. : T C. Hazen Jr. .:: ...
stapding of soils and their best ,

uses. An understanding of soil :. SINCLAIR OIL DISTRIBUTOR ,:'. .
QTRS. characteristics provides: the only TOWN FINANCE CO.144VdAL -

Limit one, w. 5 d basis for determing proper land Freeman Register John A. Torode .

food t Order I use and selecting the management GULF OIL PRODUCTS SHELL JOBBER

Pease practices necessary for the ST. .
.. \ ;i most efficient sustained produc- :: : K. G. Duncan Jerome Johns Oil Co.

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I general public is invited to attend liers,cards flowers and other con-.i,churches and choirs .turned out :to the hospital in Macdenny last i;turn home.
''CITIZENS OF BRADFORD. COUNTY II I at all limes.Mrs Clara B, Sam-:'dolences. Everyone is welcome to in -large numbers to help Rev. week. ;! We also wish to thank MaybellS
Kirs. J. L. Strickland
t. ., I i uel, reporter. our 'church in Lincoln CiUY.SisEula George" Lee' in his}: building pro- ', &.By........&......A ... The children of Mr. and Mrs.'| Norman Carson Gilffis. Nellie .
a. Ozora Shell Johns with I Wilkinson Leila Lang and all -
By I Mae Robinson reporter. gram 'at Mt. Calvary Baptist Floyd were! suffering
II I :! Jit. 'Nebo Baptist Church, Ebenezer Baptist Church Church. A, total of $85 was ratsI Faye England and: children measles last ?week but are much' others during this selge of'.sick- ,t.o'
iiAAA."AA Ai&&&& .A&&A& ...L&AA& Rev, GB.. pastor held I .
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f., ----- : ;JRevJ E. D. Robinson pastor, will ed. Moderator McArthur was sure have been 'on the sick list but!better. !i j ness.Our --
I B.,'C.-T. A. Meeting ,Youth will have charge of the Sunday School on last Sunday I hold regular services on Sunday j prised that several of the 'local ,,are better now. : Your reporter, Bessie Strickland I daughter sent us a clipping .." ..
The' regular bi-monthly meetIng -' services ,on Sunday. All adults are I'with Supt. Ruth Sanders In !I starting with Sunday School at churches that are members did j Bill Pen arvis is in the Mac- had to spent a few days in the]from the Tampa Tribune telling "
If charge. At 10, a. m. all teachers I sent to
of the Bradford County asked to come out and support [10 a.' m. Supt. Henry Bryant ini not attend. The goal for this :: 'i Bradford County hospital last'week I of a reporter being one IWJ
were present; 11 a. m. morning 5, Lincoln Jan. 10 D&B., 8' to take care of ::
Teachers Association will be held them.-P. Marshall, reporter. I i charge; 11 a. m. morning worship drive was much more, He is anxious Dec. : but is able: to be out again.At of the suburbs
worship. Services' were high all p. m., Jan. 12, Lake Butler Jan. some humble bees and fellow
at .1 p. m. Friday Dec. 9, with Church of God .In Christ with'music by the Junior Angels 'to help Rev. Lee replace present we, are staying with; '
president i day. Music was furnished by the j 16, Peck Hi; Jan. 25, Callahan, Jackets that had bluffed every- ::::;
Joseph D- Greene in
charge. All'teachers' in the county : Elder Hall pastor, held Sunday choir under the direction of SIster 'under the direction of Sis. Ruby f this,,church that was torn down;Jan. 31, Williston. These are the' Minnie Gurr and sons in Jack-!; one. We wonder what he was SUP-

are expected to'be present. A tur- School at 9:45;: with Dea. Hall Elizabeth Wright, with Sister I Fisher: We regret the continued ,by the last storm in Starke.-'home games. The opening game] sonville. Hope to be back at Clay! posed to do '- write them t* Dlqn

f key was won by Airs. B. J. Lennon Supt. in charge; Sis Blount is,i j Ruby Fisher at the piano. Bro. I illness of our chorister and t'Ranell English. reporter. I I was played away. Other, games j] Hill shortly. This. explains why ; death? Anvway. we are glad we <.

on' Wed., Nov. 23. This 'fI'as'spon- Secy On Sunday our rally was John Clark anj Sister Janie I church reporter,, Ranell .EngliSh. Tentative. Basketball Schedule' !will be announced later by Coaches -',j our news-church news and all-I: weren't called out to take care ot Ilr

sored by the social: l committee of I held. The YPWW is held at 6 p. Mitchell are still on the sick list )We will continue to sing and serve j Nov.; 29, D.&B., St. Augustine; Inez B. Harvey and Elmer R.'' is so short this week. !f them-with pencil and paper. Wf I '"
"I'the organization, All- 'teachers. are .ml: All youth and: adults are asked and Bro. James Robinson is in : :during her'absence to the best of!Dec.. 1, ,Macclenny, 1 p. m. RJE Shell. i; We thank Eugene Austin for prefer kerosene and matches! ,?.
. asked to 'come, prepared pay!!' Iv '
I state and national association 1 1i ..,
i dues."The deadline for FSTA dues
t to- be submitted 'to Tallahassee is ",'
1 Please local. WITH GIFTS FOR YOUR '.
'I c..31. support' y6ur STARKE STORES ARE LOADED
"I' $istrtct. state and national or- \k< 7 1

,i Rapkatlons.Staff: reporter. ._h
Scholarship Dance GETREA "

"Beta ,Gamma Sigma Chapter '-#
'., $ Phi Beta t .Sigma Fraternity, will I ,., "11
sponsor. a .benefit scholarship I If
.f dance at, Kelly's Nite' Limit ,lnjjawtejr : ",to

on 'Friday..Dec:2f: 10, p. .....-
J m:. to 21.. nfMusfc. will'be fur- .
l iJ.Y hed by,the Stereophonic Band .,.
| ;Jacksonville Advances: tickets I
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may,, be purchased at SaUie! Williams' I ".... -
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t place in Reno an'CTat the ....
J. Home of Fratr E. R..,Shell,.'1109Pne ......1.0
street;,,,L \'? !tlelp'-some: ". deFeroln4 9
high*school 's'trjeritgo to -. .
college and take a part In 'Bigser! I

I and. ::Buslne ."In,11e, world ........
tomorrow ...
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A Girl ands Boy', 4a
*Mr. .arttTMrsr: John If. Hudson ,.
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announce She birth of a daugh- ::
t rtr in'Bridford County Hospital ; .filii.
) ;r.ecentjy. she\wifl l)3e cti started;
Betty .1ean.;Abe' i mother( ds' the

f l f&hner.Deacon Ltiuise'tend,Mrs.'Digss.John daughter Biggs. Sr. This Christmas Save Time Save Money Ma

I I 4th Ore l 1i: Ilpe and jre" at i # ; 'h'; -
I Borne.Jo trlel.1 .in,Lincoln.. City:
: /Thrjfr: 'weeks ago MK;.gird, ltrs.I .
I ( ummlngi,of pleasant Grove became 1 -M
b jthe' proud parents .of an-
oUerBon',.'named Roland: ,
I '/Mrs. Clar:Mae'Willianis. foster -
daugh er bf:""Saute t. WJllJ UI1S. also SHOP in STARKE' I.
I gave I irtlji' to. A son 'recently at '
the k\I.ce 1ter..in .Gainesville,j
Florid! Clara Mae has returned i ..
to' Ste rke-:and Is doing fine: .
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At, Ho pe Convalesclnr, ,- '
I *?Ranell 'English: nurses'"aid at '...
Bradford ':'County Hospital] returned --

.to her home''f1lank- ving r Starke Stores'are filled to the ratters with exciting new J'i
I morning after spndn; several :, i e ,* -
weeks' as! a patient at her'lace. ::: -,

iD: of.employment.I It was: difficult FAk ;. ,.- merchandise for Christmas, and at the lowest pricesyou'll "..*
"shoe on ,
fgr Ranejl'to put: .the m.a ,

l (th?, .other toot"; She is' deeply find anywhere. Don't travel out ot town to do ,.-... ;
all the staff members
I grateful to M ,. ,, .., '... i.
friends' and-,fatriiJy members for ...
ai the kindnesses' during -her rs.Y. 1 shopping everything want is right here *t!,:'' _
1 Qlness. She realizes that the pray- >., x. your You i
1 era of the ttehteoos- availeth',

f I much tinued an3 prayers is asking reporter for- her for speedy your con-. reciveryXstaff Li ; K ; :& < ; and you don't have to fight the crowds. The time ;- 1

CJiristmas: Savings . you lose in travel you can use in selecting your Gift!
,"'{'lie'FWsta'Club,..will meet Friday -
night at 8' 'T?. m. to have .
treasurer) 'Harry Young: act as
"*nla: Claus" for 'the' .19 members' -

o( the 'club. President Ethel .. I ,'' :, When you trade in Starke you deal with clerks you know,
Young is asking all members tobY I, t -", v*'

I present so that this and other. ', a. ,'-", ." :';;-:- and merchants who contribute to the well-being t>f your <
f Items' of business' may' be trans x ,'-" _.'..."". -I. ,'
'I! the acted.; Christmas Plans .must'partjriforrlng be ,jniade this for a #. City, and they will do everything possible to .make your

, Wohth.Carnation Cub k w < ,. shopping pleasant and profitable. j
-:I The Carnation Club held their .

fi I I 1 last> ,.Wrttiday' party for 1960 on

I IM,I The Wednesday 4M Social,Nov Club.. 30. ,
Regular! meeting of the' 400 Sorclkl Christmas. Parade Monday ;
I Clubas held at the Try-Me- Big
Cafe Monday at 8 p.,m. Member;

t sbip drive is still on for persons .
wishing to Join. For further information "

contact any memberI .
I I I the-'Mrs.'cafe Rosa, Green. proprietor of I DECEMBER 5' 7:00: P.M. c" i '-,' :

Heroines of Jericho I
3: .IAU Heroines- of Ruth Court No.
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HJ arecalled' to be .present at a .
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l I meeting Wed., Dec. 7. M. A. M. .. ",

\Sophia.be present Royal asks and all on. 'mernbers0 time. 'as' : .We Are Proud To Be ants Cooperators".. And Join With The Retail Merchants Association In Presenting This, :

'j %5iness" of Importance,:must be .

I' discussed.lf'yo'u* : Harbor : Big; Stock Of.Chrstm-; h ndse; To. Shoppers Of The Starke Trade Area.
"Remember.Parl '
l you cannot possible .fprget ..' ', i'
$\is very important meeting on, .'

t that sinic round i same Hall BreaWnf date.on Brownlee Dec Cer maniesAmerican. 7 at St. Ma-. : :' .. North. Florida Supply "Starke Radio" and T.V. Bullington Studio & Gift Shop

F Legion Post 314 and; .

I Auxiliary vrlU have a special ,, Westinghouse Dealer .
and groundbreaking -
muSical program,, .
I : from 3 to.4 p. m. The '
program will be held at RJE but .: : Starke Recap Co. :
broken on the : Florida Theatre
die ground will be .
lend w'here' the new"legion'buildIng >
: will \constructed.. This '!S. C V
Denmark Furniture Co. of StarkeBarksdale's
something-that Commander Julius', r'I .
Royal and President Royal have I 1
been looking forward to for many : : Willips I JewelryStumpV .
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,..organization -
ylars. Since the original I .
of this post by past super- : Vaiill.Pnesthc..5cto$1Store
vjisor\ Anna Humes almost 10
years ago the meetings 'hate been Store

held in the" school: This organization Department : Store '
looks forward to a butler Department
of its own in the very'near future.
This can be made possible only .by
I the Support and.loyalty trf" all 1 Western Auto Associate Store
members and friends in the com d
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rePorter.CHURCH' NEWS Gem Jewelry Bradford. f Building Supply, Inc.! 1

.New Bethel Baptist. Church :' -' 4 .
Riv A. B. Vinson pastor held '"A ,- i ,
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services all day Sunday starting .
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10th l lerson Sunday in School charge. Supt Rev. W.Milton J. Starke Builders Supply Inc. Starke :

strong delivered the morning setmpn. ,
All Sunday School scholars

Alta asked. to pay their rally _.
money v so that Santa Claus will i: llardwareCo.'I
be'very' good' each ,one. The iw I q- I

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