Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03607
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 2, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03607
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Get food, Money-, And Possibly Griffis Loop section southeast the hunt to -the Gainesville In a parked car under suspicious check the.trunk., of the car.-
of Starke
Tuesday night An area however. Indicated that looking circumstancesnear The two
men jumped him,
Truck On Visit Here attendant at Stallings Truck the fugitive might be headingfor Jacksonville. The men disarmed him, and handcuffed '
Stop on U. S. 301 north of
L other parts. concealed their identity b him to a tree. He many -
.. Fortified by food and money and possibly a pick- Waldo reported that a truck.answerinA' The huge manhunt was producing false indentiflca- aged to get the handcuff keys

up truck stolen in Starke on successive nights, De- the description of touched off a week ago whena tion and the officer was aboutto from his pocket soon after
) : Witt Addison 33 and the stolen vehicle, stopped Duval County officer made give them clean bill of .
Rudolph John Pavlas, 46, armed. j a they left and sounded the a

R 4 fugitives,.continued Thursday to elude one of the largest 1 Wednesday.there for gas Its about two. male 1 a. occupants m.- 'r. a routine check of two men I Ir health when he decided to hunt.alarm that mustered the man

manhunts ever organized in Florida.. left the truck
warrants were issued'' in day night engine Shades Of Harmon Trooper Gasque was fatallyshot ;
Duval County were flown to FBI running while being gassed Murray! at point blank range by
Wednesday headquarters In Washington and seemed in a hurry to -' -"" -';''''''-''
1 charging the two men with 'I). C. and were positively I leave, the attendant said. A case of jitters the like of which has not been exper- the fugitives while hidden in DeWitt Addisonand
the first Sheriff Dale Car-
degree murder of identified as being Addison's.Noegel's However he could not make ienced in this area since the days of Harmon Murray, son of Duval
State County en- .
Trooper Edwin .
J. 301. Restaurant positive identification from swept Starke and vicinity this week two
as armed
7 hAd Gasque near Jacksonville tog the hunt until it was never in serious trou-
October 26. just north of the city limitson photographs of Adison. The itives from justice paid at least one bona fide can: at a moved south into Clay and ble "until he went in the
U,,S. 301, was .entered truck; which 'carried license local restaurant
touched Bradford
off dozens Counties.
In of
the week since that time of rumors Navy.
through ;;
a rear window some tag 45GK-5 when stolen and
the massive hunt other "visits. Sheriff Whitehead said yes- She said that Addison
has been
time between had red .
m. a left front
p. Mondayand wheel
.. waged by sheriffs' deputies 5:30 Both the Sheriff's office and City Police Department terday that Addison had no hadn't been in ser 1Ce'long before
A a. m. Tuesday. The was reported seen in Gainesville -
4'. from four counties a small intruders made and .ate ham later Wednesday. were swamped with phone calls and visits from persons police record in Union County he got homesick and

aB's army of State Troopers FBI and roast'beef sandwiches Sheriff P. D. Reddish who had hot tips on the fugitives' whereabouts "fun- and he had not known of his "since there wasn't'any moneyto
s said getting into trouble
agents. Navy helicopters [with lettuce and tomato], that the hood on Wilson'spassenger :ay noises on my back porch". "''they're hiding in 1111arn.f' grown until a bring him home" he stolea
man. Whitehead
bloodhounds and several State drank half a'gallon of and countless others. said car to drive home for a visit.
planes. The scene has shifted took milk car. parked near that an article in a daily That was his'first brush with
around $70 in cash anda the truck had been "Trick or treating" children in and
.' from the area along U. S. 301 box raised gay ghostly cos- newpaper depicting Addisonas the law. she said.
A. south of Baldwin to Clay and loaded of Tampa Nugget cigars and the air let out of its left tumes were hurried home by alarmed mothers who heard "pure mean" and a fight- After he left the Navy, her

Hill east to Middleburg, backto bage sack with up an empty cab- front tire.Sheriff a TV news flash that the hunted men were believed to be provoking trouble maker in son gradually got into more

Lawtey Starke, and on to and other food.canned soup John Whitehead of on the loose in or around Starke. The Halloween atmosphere boyhood was, In his opinion 'and more trouble the mother

Gainesville.The The Union County at first expressed added to the eeriness of the situation. "off-base." said. She added that he worked

a lta- search here reached ed the Gainesville picture area enter- belief that Addison was attempting Few old timers were left to recall a similar "reign In an Interview with the "pretty regular at filling 4'

,' fever-heat intensity when after theft Wednesday to reach his former of terror" when Harmon Murray Gainesville Daily Sun Ad- .i stations' until sentenced to
of a Gainesville
a black
| fingerprints 1951 home near Lake Butler by Negro, dison's mother, Mrs.. Fred Andrews serve and half
found at the went seven a years
sceneI Chevrolet pickup truck from a rampage in the late 1830, I
traveling at night and terrorizing the area of near Lake Butler
of for
I a restaurant break-in Mon- hidingout breaking and entering. He
the home of as far north
Ira Wilson in the as Fernandina.COUNTY. ,
in the daytime. said that her
Shift of son hunted and escaped from a prison camp

I I __ w_ -: -- fished and read a lot as a boy, at Moore Haven last May 8.NUMBER .

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Union Bounty Sheriff John Whitehead and his

trusty bloodhound, Rock, seeks trail of Addison and Official .

Pavlas through Bradford woods.-Jax Journal Photo. VOLUME EIGHTY-THREE County Publication Established In 1879


Fugitives Are Pro Thieves Next Thursday 4 Are Captured EIGHTEENIn

I 123 E. CallP.OJoves' Pirate Territory

L[( Duval Detective Tornado Whirl 4 Prison Inmates .

Savs EscapeIn
: Face Tough Fernandina
.- Slated To
OpenHomecoming DaringBreak
DeWitt Addison and Rudolph or four miles" Attemvt To New AddressFor
in W55. His latest
John PavIas objects of Addison and his companionare brush with the law Friday In Important Keystone Tilt
was a Four of eight State
one'of Florida's greatest man- known to have broken Prison Wednesday are still at large,
seven-year term
... hunts. were professional into a Tallahassee drug store and for breaking inmates who pulled a daring according to Warden DeWitt 6 MonthsStarke's
entering, and
thieves according to J. C. Patrick two weeks ago and tried to escape from a Moore subsequent escape under the watchful Sinclair. Bradford's Tornadoes will their 16 game winning streakon

chief of Duval County. burn open its safe.The FBI prison last Haven. Homecoming festivities will eyes of four guards in dense Three of the four stole a play one of the toughest the line. The local team

detectives. is also checking a possibility Pavlas.camp a native May.of Wood- get under way at Bradford New River Swamp at.4'p.. m.Dry Hercules Powder Co. dump post office will have'a games remaining on, their has now played, 23 games

Two-way portable radio that they might be High School next truck, parked near the without a defeat.
connected bine,N. J..was arrested in Miami Thursday Rai new address 123 East Call schedule when they face Fern-
mite two acetylene tanks with a recent bank robbery in 1943 for armed robbery night, November 9, at 7:30: October ford railroad station during Street, for, the next six months andina's Mainstays In the Pirates-

nd numerous tools of the Atlanta, Ga. where a man and. again in 1950 for with the annual Tornado the night, and abandoned 'it... while an addition Is being .Pirates and- a line huge line'will be tackles Larry
rade:' were iQund... ...,tbe.car was, killlY. 'i. and- ente riQ Jn'badg.County.He"was' .- ..Whirl"sponsored.,.by, the-senibr...1 fi"class. early Thursday 'morning' on made to 'present racUJtfes,, as< averaging 216 pounds per man henraeh't;'" ?0-pound* senlo;'.
that Addison and '[vlas'triedburn Both men havetlerngthprecords FBI paroled from the ? f iesDniy- Death U., S. 1 south of, Jacksonville. well as renovating,;\ .the present in enemy territory' Friday and Maurice Futch, 260 poun i

Jto before fleeing into .State Prison both times. During the activity a home- They are- believed to have building. night. sophomore.! .The two startler

the woods ,off U. S. 301 in Addison had a 1947 conviction He was convicted on two coming:queen will be crownedby continued their flight In a The present POSt.'office. It will also be the Pirates' ends Tom.Bailey, a 190 poun J

Duval County the day they for 'Interstate transportation counts of armed robbery in last year's queen Miss Sara than ,an ,inch of rain. Chevrolet station wagon reported building on North Walnut i homecoming, a sure incentivefor senior, and John Stevenson :a

murdered a State Trooper of a stolen vehicle; Dade County in 1953, and sentenced Woodburn of Starke, skits will fall fell in Bradford County missing about a block Street, is under-going a $144,- them, but a problem for 170 pound junior are both
while attempting to escape. and received three be from,where the truck left. the Tornadoes. So far the tough to move and
a year suspended to six yearstin' 'the presented by each class last month for what Is believed was 000 remodeling Job according good block- .
"Two men could use theseradio senfence; subsequently State Prison. In September of and a pep rally around a huge to be the driest Octoberin All eight of the prisonersjumped to Postmaster ,G. J. McGriff Pirates 'have lost only to Mac- era, according to the BHS

units on a breakinone served 12 months -for an attempted 1954 he overpowered, a prisonku'ard bonfire will climax the even- many years. Average re. Into .the dense under. Jr. The entire operation of clenny, 19-12, 'arid Bishop scouting report.
inside the building and burglary in 'Fulton Ing's entertainment. brush at the same time in the Kenny of Jacksonville, 13-7. Halfback
and escaped in a commandeered Prizes corded at three fire,'to-yers; in post office, has been moved Vennis violin
the other outside as a, lookout County Ga., and a fouryearsentence will be given for their daring attempt, Sinclair lock They have won five gamesnumbering' : fullback
car, with two other best skits. the county was .7 of an, inch, stock, and barrel'to the Jimmy Ewing, and
Patrick said. "They on an Internal Revenue Raiford prisoners. Bradford's so far undefated with ,New River and Santa Fe said Wednesday night. Guards temporary address acrOss from among their vic quarterback Jimmy Gordon

.I, could communicate r up to three I liquor charge in Jack- Continued en Page 61 Tornadoes will meet Santa each reporting one inch, and blazed away with, pistols and Leila's Dress Shop and adjacent tims an undefeated team from are also top-notch players according

Fe's Rebels Friday night In Highland only 2. buckshot hitting four of the to Stumps' DepartmentStore Blackshear, Georgia Santa to ''the report. Ewing

Starke Eighth I Handing Hunt Area To their homecoming tilt whfchis September was also in the escapees, but only one ser on East CalL Fe Green Cove, P. K. Yonge, is a hard runner and both
Open iously. and Folkston, Georgia.
also Gordon
a conference contest. dry column in Bradford County "We would greatly appreciate and Pipkin are very
I In Grid Poll One of four girls, Gayle with a 3.8 inch average. One man fell when shot in the people's Indulgence for The upcoming tilt, sure to fast, the Report says.

Andrews, Faye Alvarez, Total for the first' ten I the.side and three others also a few days while be a tough one according to Quarterback Gordon, number
we getting
are -
Starke dropped two places 1 New Season November. 18 Sandra Solano and Sandra months of 1961 in Bradford wounded slightly, were chaseddown set up" McGriff said Coach Lennard Register, is I U, is a.double, threat being -

from sixth to eighth during Moore will be named Home County was 57.75, about par with bloodhounds a few Tuesday. The moving process also a conference game. able to run with ability
coming Queen. A princess will for the minutes after their escape Starke presently In and also to'
on top the
The course, spite of the began Monday afternoon pass accurately
week in the football rating Camp! Blanding Wild- 1 with
the January
will be The ''
open. Mondays be chosen from the freshmen exceptionally dry fall. remaining four'fled east the installation Keystone loop, will be puttingIta for short and medium dis-
life of boxes
the Jacksonville Management mail
by Area s
published will
poll Tuesdays along
New River
and.Fri4ayS Sinclair
sophomore, and junior class The in the perfect conference record tances.
Journal. open for hunting on November will be closed all other time.es. two-month "drought'has said, and dogs and men are temporary building of 3-0 on the line.
According to BHS Coach 18 and remain open through The Blanding area contains seriously hampered the still on' their trail The rest of the equipment. was By Friday according toe
Master of ceremonies forthe setting of moved Tuesday. "If we beat Fernandina, Register, most 'of the
Lennard Register Starke will January 7. the Game & FreshWater 56,000 acres of rolling hills strawberry plants in At 10 p. m. Wednesday law w Tornadoes' -
Whirl will be George Rob Bradford But the stand a good chance of winning injuries
probably go down In the'ratIngS Fish Commission an and flatwoods. with a fine County. With the officers from Bradford Baker, operation should should have dla-
from now on since the nounced yesterday. mixture of oak ridges pine erts Jr. of Starke.JUdges for use of plastic mulch however, and Union counties 'as wel]1 run as smoothly as ever In a the conference",Registerstates. appeared. The only player

teams remaining on the sche.- The first nine days and the flatwoods, hammocks and skits will be Mrs. A. J. Thom. plants can be set out ,later as prison ,officials and the few days, the postmaster said In trying' for their slowed by injuries this week
as Jr., Mrs. Lavern Outlaw and there fourth win oh the way to their 1 is' end Haute
dine are tough. period from December 25 toCar bays. It is this variety of vegetative is still time to set Florida Highway Patrol we before he added II don't know Seymour whose ,
Fred Snell, and Dr.Gruen. Harry if the county gets some good reIf fifth straight Keystone Con. right ankle Is still infected.
"We probably 'wont be run- types that makes this I, rains. I-patrolling. the river north we'll ever get through movIng ference championship the Even with the troublesome
them': [Fernandina, ThievesSought area one of the most diversified (Continued on Page 3) .
ring over shooting 'The senior class will sell though." Tornadoes will also -nIaeForS'uth e ankle, the tall end averaged
Lake City] areas in the
Green Cove ; state. chicken box suppers in the 1 1etzers Victory Season \ 44 yards on four punts last
like we've been; .running over, in Starke '
BHS cafeteria beginning at Friday night against Live Oak.
I i the. teams we've played so Deer turkey, quail, squirrel, '
Two young boys aged 16 5:30: Thursday afternoon. In a parting shot Register
far; he 'said. and wild hogs'are the,principal 1' -
and 18, driving a 1960 Dodgestation hunted'in Prices are 50'cents for children has cautioned that "This is
The top ten t teams in thestate species the area and 41.00 for adults.'Admission Tornadoes Defeat the best team Fernandina has
B after last week's games wagon were stopped Deer track counts Live OakGetting 14-O
) Edison 2. Lakeland and arrested in Starke Tues population level similar to to. the Whirl itself is had in the past few years,
.1. Miami Proceeds
25 cents. and '
are from the they would like nothing
day morning by' Bradford
'3. Miami High 4. San- County Deputy Sheriffs Rus that of the 1960-61 aeason- box supper and .Whirl will go After taking a quarter to three Tornado running 'plays. carriers all better than to get revenge for
ford, 5. Gainesville High from 500 to 600 deer. .. toward class find out they were in football season long halfback -! a Jump on the for
sell Redding and Williard Wil! a trip: for the a Seymour was again forced to losses at the hands of the
[Continued On Page Three] liams. The area has fewer turkeys seniors. game Coach Lennapd boot, this time into the Bulldog to Marty Starling, refusing Tornado defense by running Tornadoes for the last three

The this year, and a.lower harvest Register's "red hot" Tornadoes end zone. go downdespite :several the next play without a huddle years." .
two boys were stoppedon tacklers.
is expected. Quail populationis settled down to the bulled out seven quarterback Sumrell threw
job But
Temple Avenue at 8:15 $ Gets taking the pigskin on yards
FIRST METHODIST : good, with the best huntingto Of handing Live Oak's, Bull their for a first down'on the a. perfect 27 yard strike
Tuesday morning. own 20 the Bulldogs
minutes Live Oak Preliminary
be found i 38. From there end Russell Plans
around plots dogs a 14-0 shellacking In the started Wadsworth fir

CHURCH I received after the a'two can deputies from Gainesville had planted with. partridge peas.. :N e w Manager; face of a digging'offensive'effort them to a the drive Tornado which carried 39 be- Jackson Tornado TD set up the first first down on the Starke 25. Being.Made For

Doves are more abundantthis last with two, drivesof Rrom there halfback: Bobby

.HOMECOMING.J I passing that through the two Starke should about be season due. to the .auto to LaMee. Moved were Friday all night"They fired up forus" local fore it fans stalled.and players.an Giving both uneasy first 11 yards each for' another James got another first down Berry Bowl QueenThe

lishment of 30 acres of fieldcom : .* was the way Register put on the Bulldog 121 yard. to the Tornado 15 in two
DINNER that time They had 'stolen I feeling Live Oak's bristl- stripe.
divided between four charles it; "They played their best crashes at the line. Junior Woman's Club
.i the station wagon'earlier that, I BWock'qf 6t. ing offense ground out three Quarterback .dnw '
Sunday Nov...5 morning in Orange H 1ghts. fields., shooting should remalrigood i. Augustine"is the new manage r game of the year against us" first downs and 41 yards before the drive to Martin ed But there the Tornadoes is making preliminary! plans
if fields are not over-. Of his paydlrt with a stiffened for the Annual Strawberry
Tornadoes when Martin knocked
Register the first -
Not knowing how to drive thenew of in Slarke. succeeding period ended. six yard around
crowded. said, "We did sprint his down a Sumrell Intended Bowl Queen Contest, which
model Cbde who pretty good Tornado quarterback Irwin pass i-
LaMee has
car they had left
Bring A ; Wild hog population should end broadjumpinij the will be held Dec. 8-9 in the
job; we,were not .up as much Martin for Baldwin in the
burned out the been transferred manager playing his same
as r
Dish emergency final five
Covered be about the same as last season tor them for yards for the, tot endzone. Halfback Wile Bradford High School audl-
brake. when they were caught .of-vlhe.chaln's-riewest' store n as we were Pa- steady driving type of ban, Tornado 1?
I except that theNorth latka. But it natural touchdown. The Woods got two yards to toriifflL Contestants wfll be
was for batted down .
Earl Keller,' 13 and Roosevelt Boulevard in Jack- quarterback Mil
!'T. G. Mitchell range hogs will'be' in better tough signal-caller .literally tea high school students, 15
Rev his 16-year-old sonville. us to have a let-down' after ton SumrelTs pass intended 13 before Sumrell threw ages
companion, condition due to a'diet of'cornIfrom jumped over the last two through IS,*from northeast
for aev 1iyards jump pass to :
Service both from Tampa. were.:;:taken; Mr. JBlalock has.been man end Ken .Baldwin to end '
11'a. m. defenders ,
: into the dove fields) and a good Lackadaisical Start the threat to Wadsworth, who Martine and Florida and judging will bet
custody by Florida ager of the store in Green with
mast crop [acorns:!!. a solid thump In th tackle Johnny Lee based on talent, personality
Rev. Bob Sommer Receiving the Bun40g'1tickoff Tornadoes Stiffen stopped :
Highway Patrol in Gainesville. Cove Springs for the past two endzone. He then
kicked the
A public bunting area permit ; in lackadaisical the six:yard stripe. and beauty The
a somewhat Maddened by the Queen first
months He win move his wife .
first ,
Service in j of two extra points to
Evening to
regular; h'and fashion, the Torna- impudence, the Tornadoes At that point the Tornado| and ecoM
Trampoline Glasses cense two sons here .as soon as began put his team: in 'front.by '7-0 runner-up run-
requirements, is. necessary '
suitable living ,accommodations does could scratch out only to fight back as the quarter Bulldogs Ffcht Back line held on asiieeak Quarterback ner-up will be presented at.

Trampoline classes,.open to the area.for any person- to hunt.' in can be found, he said.ir'LaMee'sfam1l7 23 yards and, a single firstdown drew to a close. Halfback> Aroused, by ribs Tornado bT Sumrell1 and the Jo- hali-time of the Seventh Annual

all children In the BradfordCounty : No : win join before end Hallie Seymour Bill Jackson going from his tally, the Bulldogs fought t cais,took ;:over on thair, 'own
Contributed camping allowed hi himin: Jacksonville at was forced to punt 49 39, spurted 12 yards to the six. Charity .Strawberry. Bowl
Space an
TJliB area, are taught each the area; which lies aboutseven'lnnes .back from, their to the
the UVe. Bradford-Memorial Stadium
; Oak
!Thursday early date. one. Oak, 49 to enter enemy I 5 Martin and' Reddish.
afternoon at the YSeymour. '
WHldY to Publicize Pratt Street Playground. Recreation Hunters must'east xtf Starke. with a ankle still territory.Senior halfback John Starke six yard_stripe beforebeing out to the 28 before droner on Saturday Dec. 9, at 8 p.

C tr Events by Director Buddy Eliot 6 out;cheek. In after SIXGIXG CONVENTION> sore with a two week old Reddish later to have a 54 stopped by the local'I. ticked 49 yards to the BuUdoz m. This event is sponsored by
a and before
HL. 7
Pa m. bruise, kicked from m1d! f field yard TO effort
called back eleven. 25. ,
anounced- on Quarterback SmareH Then on Live Oak' second the local His ,
The annual lodge
hunt is made 'The Bradford-Unka
The.Community ; Singing to pat the Bulldogs in a difficult a clipping penalty tore play. Reddish Intercepteda .
Classes are held from 3:46- POMfeJe"through. cooper* Convention win meet'Sunday.\ ; took Seymour's 'kickofforewaTl and i Businesses, clubs 'or any or. .

State'BaRk'l 4:4d for. elrla ndb: f8'f. akten.of the State NOT mebr 5V at Brooker Bap situation.; through the Bandog J returned. 23 yards to the Sumrell pass on the Bulldog gantyfltlfln wishing to sponsor

I 913 ,ear(; f.qe"arltt'a class Board 'and the Florida dante list Cht1r h'e.t.2'p.. m. The BoBdogi Desk;: do no for four more yards.. Starke 48 before Irwin" '45. Martin killed the few re .

-. ,..held at .6p...m..for. ", : .!... J!! ...Cold. -a EvergoaeIaterroted in gospel! better J initially, gaining only Then, with .a 'stubbornee and Mike! Darby bltz: Martinmorning seconds of the firs' a contestant'.Mrs. Charles are urged Sawyer to contact
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sdten4 nine
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family: will return this i Rags, No Khaki Shirts or Telegraph.November ] .
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Institute of Laun- "' <" '
Perry Sauls, 61, of t.ORRAI E'S'
for the put two toonths. Jasper
! : ; rs. Walla tipsef'returned i -1 1t ,Start died in a Starke, hospital!i ifollooaia 'ir'
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ing'1"1sir/ liErii.er !a" tO fid relatives Jn cilia and hn Torodff;ras-4a STalla vUle TGexprgia; June 15, 1900. ,: -- : 'I'!; -.;- ..H -. I.nr" bionlice4lo;. Ky;' ,fob Statesboro Gallast'week.: on business Wednesday ; Reg. $12,50
I ".' *. ." ,The son oA the late Martin,and
Week..,. a"s Mrs. W J2.'JMlddteton,' jMiss1 Thursday. Susan Mixpn Saute, Jxe was a I oZ0to1flOltltl"e Wave . $9.00RayeUe
Mrs. Oscar'jiendrix'and children 1, Madge. 1f.iddteUm"and. Mrs.. E. ong those attending fanher ..
li-etired and a member of .'- -' i
bf %a!esbjro. GjL .are L. :Matthews ;were Sisitinff Mr.and.Airs. ;ri ;egpmlng AstiyitiM ft !!. S 3 : the Airpark .Bjtptist Church. Ji iIo.o 1; r ..14'* ... f ; :
Visitingher, ''parents, Xf, and34'x Jobn M. Miller At : ; over the weekend! werg: wh 'tSndviving- -hls Reba
? Dilij'ttii$ week. Daytaaa. Beach j n fiatW' ay.: I i ** : and Mrs- Guy Andrews .t 4 4c Doiiglas Sa}ils are of .Starjce wife;. one Body Wave, w. : r -. $8.00-
"' .' J' ,
r. Mrs.. li twit ; *T "**- !" 'w' 7 C"'tfI
: Sarah > ii
] t1 >>irnj""turned Mr. and:Mrs. Jesse J&wsojneana son, Tommy; :Mr daughter Mrs. Louise CJriffis.pf 4 "If'fj"a .
,SatuttiaP i trot*iw" w&?'laBt lies. J. D. Stanford '..Pent'8a.t.ar 'and tso Therpn.Gary y Starke fo&r 'sons, Leon,'Sauls: .-. JOfe; ., .' '
yj 1 c1fen&'' :.lf6,& tai t1
i .' \nio6riVeiit' ,j ye:su'! erj.::/ "1 and Mrs. Morris WilliamsInffc&stoa 'Hitch.'TUr. anl'1.1rs.o.! .! who.- is' serving, in the U. S. -- .... ---11<;",. ".! ":1- > ,'
3irX1tf. ed- G'tituawe1f'. ''ands Ga.- hey,weqe 'jojnedt7 rk,. Dr. and ltd H H. Army; .BuziMll .and -Malcolm! AUSijt' .Age ; "
,\f"..'t, '. d"EDdcCatui, 'ot'vg4' : NYers Pvt:JohaColambus. -.ta k Nf I j. : + ,' Mr. roil.Jim Lee Sauted both of.Starke; two I c iWreh't 'P rinanenU r w 5.00

wereN pyernigbt I+ guests : G& : Godwin. Mr. and .Mrs- sisters, :hCcs. \lissie' Clark*!f I ,...... ', .: > .
!It-4'r'', y
Tuesday of >*& ., *.'-2. Adkins. i- ; ; Mr. and Mrs. .. 1 ; i4 "
Mrs: Oayii .Moore flf. .1J. Hazen, Starke'anti| Mrs. Martha Grey -. _. .'. "
'Dr; tt "C-Battinger attended fionvilte jpas.' visiting (rs. :131I -. an 'Patter'+ arid' family Mr -- Jadjsanville, 5and three I
the 4Zth annttal ibiroptttticconvention. I fluid :Eerkius iast ;Satard#y.ijadet 1n ; #re. G. J::'MeGriff Jr. grandchild I Monday 41 !J1eday' Specials

< .at the Robert Meyer -, :Syron'' Tejsr lc air Q f., Ie : U. L. 'Wpodburn and ;ry-,: : :.>. --' -..-...'-.,--< 'Funeral Jaervkes were held h b '(1S1I ;
\ Hotel in Jacksonville Lt t,: The Bolles fictwoJ.1a yU1e.wJjf ;? !*tejr..,qftn4y, 7 ? ggy James Blcp worthP rerr oea17'o from the i Airpark Baptist i"f, s ik' .'- SmH4I \ ..

!Thursday and Jrrtdq; i 3Joaa. for the wtr'keitd.Mt and .Mr.-.' .and... Mrs........ F. L. <, Church at fitaike i JTuesdayDct.: air ... ;. CUT
&&. (fP 'W MDDra: ioi JAck JJ1ctHt: .JJ. -To1lert!; f "'
tt&klaTL& 31 with the Rev. Robert iHais- g: $1:9b:
Jioaviijejffas;<,:vising l ) ML; W..H.,. fcake City spent >the weak ; J} :f1jw of 'Mount r.r., !e- Contain. Of, Company..._ ,._.. .. B r ten and the Rejjr.'. lerle Pack-. fte'it
dW@rd.1:9a: jQJ\4GeorgettQnJt.&J'' I! wjtII' (their Mn-fcrfaw. :*nd a MIca, is' kti'" g pith 'W ham iciatingi.. Burial follow 0 ,If. ; $2.75
.:and plot ia.jthe.Old "1- t'::; p- _. .' ? *? ,
'1f : : ne, Cjrp; QPttQUery.r'fey'were :joined. t :; aWBlrV. til L. WobdbHrn. eiiicer of Coinpane's Infantry trough ,the ROTC Providence Baptist .church ; -
Jit!f rtkhr! .:M1.I P 11 fooJ io j f r jsyiJtmes 'Montgonje.rj I 15S''M 'tbi' "Weldon and !, 7 ?th Ordnance BatrtaUon : prograrn. puriiig the Korean Cemetery' nder\,direction of'De- COO reI JJe TinU-Reg. $5 3.50 17 ,,, 1
... ,
Stetson Univejajty spent th< of JAke pityijfiK) Cached t; "classmatesfrohi'St.:: Vin- .Florida National ?fAt' he' served MkCompany() Witt,c. Jones Ftoeral.Home.of: .. i .rt H ''* .- So." .
. -greekend'with" Judge; and *lra, 4fc t:8.undayservteefn: 'tfiQ Firs t I School.of.Parsing spent Guard, 43\ :Ehpwji being oongratulated cbmmandet'V4n'the :24th.):, .Dl- Starke. Ojpen Every: Day--s'tjiings by? Appointment.
t U ,Geor a Pat ftesbyter an 'Ckur ch. ; y nightt. 100 ;Saturday. 'by hits 'BattalionCommander. vision: \ hone"NQwa iJe-J'Mdy.w:th":Ii i4ay.1 Season

S' I _J,4H.:9 Ji1 Wgidon! and CoL Harry M. In 1958, ,he rejoined' the ahead! < .' .., -f' f; _.. '- .; .' .
.. .,... ,the :q ator: .9fyL riatche'r, shortly! .after,present-( Florida'National Guard\. : ,. being pV4R. BAPTIST CmiECH I --
':''B Beau) |Is 1 in TJ: uahas- ing'BlopdwDTtb his 'captaIn's' ,assigned to Company' ,B; q Li
da 10 I
: frtnTThursday W cSatur- bars Iji a: brief cerpmony inirpnt pamp J3land g. He assumedcomma'of Sunday School a. m.
WAYNE&ff I -t'trn'buslriesLr l'tl -- 'Qf' theiaeu And.. .'officersof the company In Morning Worship 11 a. m. i Jj rw: $ tUJJ r q
T. ? Training Union, 6:30 P. m. ? !
I .''ana l&s. *Tom 'Parhell Company B. January oi 1961. .During .1.hisccanmand.the.unitjeceived '
: *ere Sunday visitors -'Capt.; "'Bloortworth I served asin ; : .a Evening Service 1:30 p. m.- I 410 Short Street (1 Block fast,off lair)
,Ji ut it.)4oCee. It t4F. :
M1s.11..L..1V.aodr aahsted: min the iiuldt aperior rating-on the'-annual ey let ? .
). Mr.And : .an : LORRAlN'E ; SAMPiON, Owner
ilf Army in Europe at the close Inspector General's inspection .

!?77 < *"r' l : ,: and. Mrs. W. C. Powell. ft "iorjd} War U then joijd. lspd; o dyed ltiior' oaa .... """ "."H".k'- ,,, '" ;: ..I fj
671 :: 1Ii weekend" of Mir tiie'Na onal Guard as .an enr '.Coi d' intenknca In?
f 14a*tao Iwne ;, guests *
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tean. and was jrE'a
W. } 'Mrs. A:: Z. Adkins'Jr. .dn listed ; .. <. .
a f'a-4 D: L
W .IV +II STjiM S viild: and.ittended''' the -= _. n
vi festivfties7 .' P/Hitter of Hamlet. ?f, fifVnjyW'Y\
: : !:and'.'Mrs:.;'O.V,White I C.ifs Visiting Mrs. L. S".Hutt I- i .. v -

A 7Wi1dfEEKtifE8YWEEK visited|Jr..and Afrs. .W, -A.. and .family from Tuesday to '-
tt In Gainesville. last Wed- Fnday.and Florida '
: dJY, Mrs. Jack Halle ,
,D t Rough of.St. P tes- and rhiMrP-D of..Siiamii, mill
: 'the 'weekend with Mrs.
: visited Mr. and Mrs. H. spend i
I W. O.Salleand '.guerre the
Hough Saturday. <
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Alice Anderson gave :
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dinner Tuesday.,even Ing.Lr Theatre
} and? pdza.rad Locke
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on honoring! the birthdays pf -and ton,. Mrs. AlvinGerle, cash ;
-Hadge' 'Midd1 ton and Bob Bennett and Rpnnie Brok, oj "Pa .

1 Gal.. Jug : Eoline! Srbltir.lping- *n trfyacteonville, ;Were! fisiiIng'MriiL.'S. SAT.. NOV. 4
f w rate e. JC ,}F8$ '
1'2 Gal 1. ne ri Hutto and Tam= *! : :* ChepksFREE;
IF aREu\vST+ .!Myrtle Anderson. Double feature. Progrant
''SIESTIAMllK 11y,.Saturday. .
end firs: :Owigbt Mar- :'Mr. and',Mrs.. Comer ,Perry- 1st Feature : {
; i1 lend Children of Aisala--
\ :; : spent the Weekend ,here man forthe'Tkie'ttiodistCHurcbHpmecpmirig of JackspnviHe "yrilT. "be .. ]!I.' n111 YfOMN'SFJNE: '

: H tCE ILK: t 'her parents, Mr.and on'Sundayi '1j tJUfI
:: ,'t i : Ben 'Rowland. (. { Crt ) ofJ, k "Jl' fti4A

!. ,: .. rs. 'Eoline3 l 'Smith, Mr. :and CHRISTIAN pHJJJICHSUNDAY ,if R

.. .. )' : James'Rowe and daugh' '''j'i. YICESt. --, ., U! ; I_ SI. .*4VER, j.SWEATERS. CARMfiSHWwr ,
.. I' itf. uJ. > G. r
"'1 .. I and : and Mrs. Dick -
4 '... ," ,... .. .- i9'. III I I- ; : !; : : ,"s pent the W e\eIif'Jn Carl Clarke,. Bllnistwf, '
: L.juj. n1L 1i I by ; s.- .T Gar VfsHfti: Tom w;p9.i.. JX& able Mo a.i l NAI'AUE
11:00 a m.Worship and Courtmunlon.
student Uni- ,
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L J3! f Ut 1M Better ices 1'i.$ of Georgia, and attend- r l't gittnait lWO ,.
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-. ,'. the Kentucky-Georgia. Caul"r '
.: HERSHEY'S With oal'O th -game. : I 'S. .DATADVEJCTISt R14. 199 {
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t : Dorp.th7 Alvarez was CHUECHrf .. \
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SVOAR11b!, ," P, .P. 39Ci I : to Boyntin.Beach Tues-. Sabbath :School Saturday] .'S.'t. ;::' ':_ I"
a : ly :the sudden ,'serious 111- 'SJO:! aV Corning Worship r-- 1

. !' :: 'ol'her' fith'er, Ttalph') Al- -11 tL m. Located between, W. with, iverything smart fleecy type knit
4 R1CEWJb.b $9ciieq I .;Mr.Alvarez, who is coi>-, ; Road 4 rms ZpopL 1 ts eardiaanf' and $hp>over$. Best of all', .t tfift/r reduced.
J t : 4 ,in the Boynton Beach aoit >in ') onevooldr'right! when. you need them most. Slip-overs
iLqCH t ita), was ligtytly} improv-, j;; Mariey, pastor." ;Plhene I ia hitf, ray or pumpkin; cardigans .in ;whltar biotic

: ; on Wednesday._ 91324.. .. n Si D'czlj: ; gray, pumpkin'or tei i$e. Sizes 34 to 40. .

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I SMALL, =V1SKING .PORTABLE 1ru1c1 nos. w 19 .
I : '. 'ROBERT 'Completely} .washable Sizes 10 to 18. ,
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SOLD ON batistj.
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E" .. ,EAQV'TER1N.rt. : ; I Rrirr+-11W.M1." _' IEttBOS. trimmed with tact. *,' roll 1it p and Wrt..J 199:
_-. f tvm, _. ,_ / r ;2 1 sleevescollars! tn4 tollartess .tv'J.! .
:FLA. PIG 'M" .. ;' 1t.Wb.1f'.1Ind. "gny'.",,jDJi4'-coJOfL'. ." $iIN a
Caitoon.Springtime : 32 OIisn

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Mrs. Drew' Reddish | with a' knife. r turn' upper]
I crust over edge of lower and \
Given' Surprise |I I crimp with forefinger: and '! Direct From

thumb well floured. Wet th e

Birthday Luncheon- j i ,. top with milk, and sprinkle ., : :

Reddish with sugar. Bake at 425 de- : .' .ITALY .
Mrs. Drew was !: f
until done.HELPFUL j G
GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-0631 pleasantly surprised at a birth-' grees .

I day luncheon given in*her hon-l! 10'4 ScngessModrooNCa HINTS. Keep the .

Junior WomenTo Foreign StudentsTo or Wednesday of last week at >3- I ly aeertWherein .= brown sugar by the sack of ; \ Fine Quality
the Empire dining room in the : salt and the sugar will stay I

Hear ProgramOn Tell CustomsTo Roosevelt Hotel in Jacksonville. moist. When the button onf i 100% Wool Knit

Woman's ClubMiss Attending the luncheon were I i I the busy days 'of hi stock at the Jewelry_ Store pajamas tears a hole, remove'
ConservationThe i Mrs. Randal Chitty, Mrs. Fred Autumn speed swiftly by;I:1 so had one to order it.It came the button, patch with heavy r

Laurence Chauvin des' Snell, 'Mrs. Charles Sawyer,I '' ? ,. leaves fall, birds are gone,!; and he brought it home last material, and sew back the Sheath
t 4. ,.
Junior Woman's Club 1 I "
will Nov. Fleurs of France ,,and Miss I Mrs. Tom Casey, Mrs. Bill i r4 and. we celebrate Don's birth-j I Friday just on Don's birth- button. ,i
Monday evening, Taeko,Kumaigai of Japan for-! Royster and Mrs. W. H. Ed-: 4 a I{ day. Here' is November. I II I day. It strikes so beautifully 'Clock just struck three. Don i ; ;
6, at 8 o'clock in the club house '
eign students who are attending wards. t I Father, my. soul is like an'I r on the half hour and hour. It did not go to'the store. He is : DRESSESThese
with Mrs. Fred Snell, conserva- ::5 ,
tion Chairman presenting a I i the University of Florida,' ; j'' .# I I incense cruse; is electric. I baked a cake and just resting and reading 1 i;
i will give talks on the lives and And essence from the store put candles on it and we ate love to have him home. So :
program on Conservation in ;A Lovely dresses
Florida. customs of their countries at Altar Society 'aaf3. I within its walls in the dining room. Fred does Gabby. I popped him a I .

Hostesses will be Mrs. Hal the November meeting of the i To Flows freely out; and winds brought a student home with pan, of corn and he has been I ? ? hold their shape perfectly -

i Hand, chairman Mrs. Fred Starke Woman's Club. Wed- Sponsor I of life diffuse I, him 'from Morey Hall where eating it. Ha! His stomach is i and never wrinkle. A

Snell, Mrs. Drew Reddish, Mrs.I nesday afternoon, Nov. 8, at CD ProgramSt. It endlessly wherever fancy they both stay I am so happy fine now. I got up early at variety of styles in all
Jim 3:30: o'clock in the club house. falls. Don is feeling well these days four to read my Bible, devotional g
Bloodworth Miss Leah
Sutton and Mrs. James VV. Shi I The program is under the Edward's Altar Societywill Knowing this well: Oh, help and is ably to go on the booklet, and say a the new Fall Fashions

ner. International Relations.department sponsor 'a special programon me gamer in .ambulance, i calls alone now. prayer. These longer nightsone Colors.
I. ,with Mrs Guy Andrews, Monday evening; Nov. 6, at Only the good when evil On a long drive to Fremont to has time to meditate. So: "

chairman, ,and Miss Dorothy 8 o'clock in the, Parish Hall.. I thoughts intrude. get body of an old' neighbor Father help me to keep my IkkI % Sizes,30 to 18.,
Ross, co-chairman. Mrs. C. L. Scholl, Civil Defense I Help me to banish them, and who passed away he had Vic incense cruse so sweet Usually sold at $19.95
To Meet Hostesses for the afternoonwill Director will show filmson freed of sin, help. We buried her. last Sun- Fragrance from Thee may '
be: Mrs. Garl Mathews, Civil Defense and rescue With attar from Thee may I, day and Fred got home from flow to those I meet,

Southside chairman, Mrs. Si: L. Peek Jr.,, breathing, along with a talk on Starke Sailor be embued.I college in time to help dress God bless you every one. .
Mrs. George Kopelousos, Mrs. Civil Defense. Refreshments, pray that I may not offenda and put her hi the casket LOVE, MOTHER LURA. $ '
will meet Tuesday night, ,
George Huggins, Mrs. Foster will be served. The is invited Is HonormanOf
Nov. 7, at 730: o'clock in the public oneBecause .and then help with the funeral. S1295f
cafetorium.Mrs. Shi Smith, Mrs P. L. Bridges,, ,to attend. I've failed my cruse He is getting good train HEILBRONN

Mrs. A. McKinney, Mrs. A.. Recruit, ClassAlfred with something vile. ing. He says he likes collegenow BAPTIST CHUBCII f
Kate will
Sheppard pre-I L. Brown, Mrs Don Patray I Recent Births I I pray I may be a stumblingblock and seemsto: be happy.I .
sent a program on the" Magic Mrs. Charles Phipps, Mrs. H. A. G. Weaver, a seaman I to none washed out Mortuary Sunday School, 10 a. m. .

Lamp of Knowledge. Bishop Jr., Mrs.. 'L A. Davis,' Mr. and Mrs. David H..Mont.. recruit, son of O. A. Weaver Who walk with me the road sheets towels, and things this Morning:: Worship, 11 a. m.

Mrs. J. H. Dennis i Mrs: Arthui: gomery, Starke, announce the: of Starke, was selected Hon of life's short mile., morning; now they are all put Training Union, 7 p. m. Even-

McRae, Miss Della Rosenberg.' ,, adoption of a son, Alan David,, orman of his company by his Help me to keep my, incense away. Gabby is my constant ing Worship, 8 p. m. Prayer

k 1C and Mrs. Guy Sale. born Sept. 19 and arrived at: instructors, company como cruse so sweet companion as Digger Used to Meeting Wednesdays, 7:30,: 1"1
Fp I the Montgomery home on Oct.' mander, and shipmates.He Fragrance from Thee may be. He even went down with
Rev. Joe
I m. Roop pastor;
STARKE THEATftt FL-:.' Cindy Lou Canova I 27. was presented an engraved flow to those I meet. me to take the clean thingsto Mrs. Rex Brookins, pianist; 6
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Ren. placque and Honorman -Dolores Barmun Phillips. th operation room. Whenhe
Celebrates 1 1st froe, Jacksonville, announce the Certificate at the Recruit The above poem is named I was small he.was. afraid to D R. Redding, choir director; I f' INC.

SUN.MON.TUES.NOV. Birthday SundayLittle birth of a son, Robert Randalon Graduation Review held Octo- "Prayer". It is beautiful to: go. Ha! He is fun. I 'do not Rex Brookins, Sunday School I '
5-6-7 Oct. 25 in Riverside Hos- ber 20 at the Recruit Training think of ones soul as a sweet- have to keep him lied as I superintendent; W. H. Green Your Friendly Store

DOUBLE Cindy Lou Canova pital. Paternal grandparentsare Command, U. S, Naval Train- smelling cruse filled with per- did Digger, for he will not run Training Union director. j 1 I
celebrated her first birthday Mr. and Mrs. L.'. L. Renfroeof ing Center, Great Lakes, Illi fume 'from God. Then we may away.
anniversary on Sunday after- Starke. spread His love' easily and We had a hog butchered

: Passed For White her Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Hilli-i nois.Weaver This afternoon soulis and kept half of it. I -- .' ... .. _. .._. ... .. .
noon when parents, was chosen on the freely. my only : : ::: :- :- ::--- : : : :-= : : ,: ':.,:,.:' o.c. : : : :.-- _._.-_: :.._
I -AND- and' Mrs. George A. Canova, ard announce the birth of a I basis of his high initiative, overflowing with joy of am sure that will ,be enoughto --- .--,
gave a party for her at their daughter, Theresa Lynn, in St I outstanding military bearing, living and thankfulness. It is last us as Don always buys

North'To Alaska home on Kingsley Lake.A Luke's Hospital, Jacksonville. leadershp ability, and example a lovely Autumn day here., beef too for the cfeep .freeze. HIGH FUEL BILl
Plus Cartoon pink and blue color motif displayed to "comrades in I The wind.is blowing as it doesso I rendered the lard Monday I I Ii
was attractively.carried out in Brooker arms." i much out here in the west. afternoon, and will make Dor.
1 the decorations, with Upset The shines with certain some fresh cake
party After a 14-day recruit leave I sun a doughnuts 4
WED.-THURS., NOV. 8-9 pink containers .holding pink he is scheduled for assignmentin I glow seen hi Fall. Leaves have Friday. Be fresh when Fred i make
and 'blue flower arrangements.Pink By TerwillegarIn the U. S. Naval Operating I about all fallen from the gets home. I made an apple you f \

DOUBLE.". FEATURE and blue party hats were Forces. trees. A dear old man is rak- pie yesterday. I found a little
worn by the ten little guests Bantam Play ing the leaves and burning different trick to use that insures -

The Devil's DiscipleAND who enjoyed appropriate games them.on the garden. He is 84 that the apples are real- hit the ?

during the party hours.. Debra I Terwillegar Motors scored 'Four Prison years old, spry, and just ly cooked. I will. give the l ceiling!

Twelve ,Hours Furlong and Gene Tanner won two first half touchdowns a- keeps working..He says when recipe. ,
prizes. gainst undefeated Brooker last I Inmates Escape people quit :working at 65 they FRESH APPLE PIE -Peel .
( To Kill! Centering the refreshmenttable Saturday morning: in Bantam do not enjoy life and soon cooking apples and slice hi CEILING HOT WHEN 'YOUT

r .Plus (Cartoon was a pink birthday cake football play and held on fora [Continued From Page 1] fall a victim to disease and the pan that you wish to bake
candle and .mini- death. My good Don he I the pie in. When heaping full, !
( holding one a 14-0 upset and their third Lawtey and east of the prison.' says HIT IT? THEN YOU HAVE
ature doll wearing a.dress that straight win. is never going to give up his I slice each wedge crosswise in
FRL-SAT., NOV. 10-11 The prisoner hit most ser-
was a replica of:the one. ,.worn Randy Joyner started the iously was admitted to the business. Too many peopleare a sauce pan. Then add for a AN ORDINARY HEATER j
ONE GOOD FEATURE by the honoree. Pink lemonade, scoring off with a 45-yard run prison hospital with shot in I depending on him and 9 in. pan, 1 1-4 cups sugar, ,
DON'T individual c8.kes.'and ice have their funerals] arranged. 4 heaping tbps. flour, dash ,
( MISS IT) pink around left end in the first his right side between his rib a
cream were served to the quarter. In the second period cage and muscle. The shot I So if he gets so he .cannot do of cinnamon, and cut up

The Parent TrapPlus guests. The youngsters were also Joyner made a beautiful fake did not enter the lung, doctors all his work we will hire that about 1-2, stick of, oleo. Stir .
Cartoon given favors wrapped hi into the line and passed to said, and the wound is not part done. He laughingly says well and put\over burner to .
pink paper as a memento of Michael Norman on a 40-yard he will. have Fred and our heat. When oleo is melted, 1 1I
considered too serious. '
''the occasion. .pass play for the second score. helper; Vic;:push film1 around turn but heat. Line your-pie
'- I Torode Shellers came from Names of the men still at in a wheel chair. Ha! We pan with a good pastry dough. ry p.

behind in the second game large are Norman Brant Mc- celebrated his'lOth birthday .Put in the hot apple mixture r.

I of the morning to edge a stub- Auley, Paul Mitchell Foster, last Friday. Fred, our grandson and put on the top crust. I ; x.

r.. at Robbins'FRI. I born Koch's Drugs team 13- George William Gib)'s, and and I got' him a clock wet the lower crust edge good 4 r : I

12. Koch's Drugs went ahead Jack Prater. Those back in that strikes.' Fred got 'it over. 1 and roll the top' crust thin. <, -
-SAT. I'6-0 when Richard Williams custody are. David Louis Stout, at Wayne where" he' goes to Cut*holes with a thimble and r. k ,a,
bi0N.0NLY I intercepted a pass and ran 70 Charley Simmons, Joe Bailey college. He could not find it decorate with leaves made
yards for the score. The extra ,
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Pruitt, and Jorm McNamara. f .,
point try failed when the ball Records of the escapees were ,4'd

was fumbled. not available Wednesday s
Torode Shellers got into the night. j ,
scoring column in the second jI
i .Ladies'v period when Larry Mercer.ran I

; 25 yards for the score' and I Starke Eighth I Announcing I 2:- 1
Sweaters b Paul McLeod ran over the
tra point to put them eX-I In Grid Poll .
l i
7-6% McLeod also scored jI
rode's second TD on reversein I
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the third period after a 15'' ,I
yard sprint to put his team School 6. Jacksonville Fletcher 4 :Py A -a w +

Values to 5.95 ._' ,l ahead 136.Koch's 7. Tampa Chamberlin 8. t c t 'h1 {
Drugs came to life Starke, 9. Lauderdale Strana-

Men's in the fourth quarter and Lar- han, 10. Terry Parker [Jack

ry Thomas ran 60 yards for I sonville], !
Pants a touchdown which made the I I According to this week's : 6ti a
Dress 1 "
,I I score 1312. The extra point i poll. Starke is the third Class I 4. I II ,;
try was again fumbled giving I A team in the state, coming V.

$ .88-2 for $11Free 'I I'I Torode's tory. Shellers a clear vic- behind Jacksonville only Fletcher.Sanford and i' _{ __ I II II I


Alterations' defeated In last Torode week's play Shellers Brooker 14- BHS Band Has ,. 1t. : I : j jT ;

I IBusy
6 and Terwillegar Motors topped i k (

28 Sizes to 42 Koch's Drugs. Road Week I T '

hp League standings show I,
Brooker in first place with i
Wash 'n wear I The Bradford High School
four wins one tie and no de- I Lx Mr.
Band, the "travelingest" group"
j Plain Front feats. Terwillegar Motors is I
of young musicians in this part
second with 3-1-1 record
\ ,', or Pleated Front a 1)f Florida, will march in the .
followed by Torode Shelters,
.h. Fernandina Homecoming parade I
,, 23.0, and Koch's Drugs,
Friday afternoon, and also
Boys 041. I present a half time show at the I
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Fernandina BHS football game waste
Shown that night. It will be the second .. .
Ivy League Pants Rotary ,7. SIEEiLER"i'lIeat: !k
.out tof town parade for.the on 4

,Film At MeetingA Bradford musicians within a The Proud Winnersof ; ceilingorout i
week-they also appeared in OIL HOME HEATERS,
$2.69 2 for $$5 ; I
the' UP Homecoming parade in I .1 "" the chimney
leaders IEH PLAYHOUSE / ,
film showing how <
our .. / v.
Gainesville last Friday. I .. ', ... ;- r. "
World the 1- #j 6-.r16 I
,I Size 6 to 16 Asst. ColorsMen's I of the Free over The BHS band is the only one .'YSC" I

past two decades have been: in this section of Florida that .- '; It for Itself with the e'It. .
I duped by Communists was ..4: r pays u.- saves'
at all its
appears, games on. .
Wellington shown at the Rotary Club schedule. .. .- -_ __. -.__ __.._ ._ .__ 1
football team's Most Kenneth. P. LaRue of LeRue Corporation. is pictured = :- : : : .: .: :: _. _=-.:_:. '
I Wednesday by T. H Slade. t .
other bands in the area.make
Dress Boots $$10.88 I The clever techniques used by only two or three out of town presenting keys to 'IEH Playhouse, given 'awaykat 4 .
L: the Communists in over-run- games during*the season., We don't blame you for hitting the ceiling if you continually pay' J
without the Bradford County Fair, to the lucky .winners, Sheila
100. % Leather Upper and I ning people a or country their leaders know- Clever routines and a fresh ,* '. .. : { for heatypu, don't get! The new SIEGLER; Oil Home Heated; r 1, \
Sole-Sizes 6 to 12 approach to numbers ranging and Irwin McKinney, children of Mr. and Mrs. Frank I'
I' '
ing what was happening was .from sweet to "way out" are, wrings the heat out of every drop of oil, then pours it out over ;jj :
$12.95 Value dramatically shown: of half time shows 390 W. Weldon St. Starke Fla. *
a highlight McKinney ., your
Ii I floor. SIEGLER comfort I
With a getthe miracle
Two new members were inducted wherever they go. Itt Friday f' you ;

Men's Stretch Sox 3 For $1 into the club at this night on the home field, the I .I I of SUPER FLOOR HEAT,no av er-heath ceilings and low kw ,
meeting-Rev. John R. Brab BHS musicians based then :, :
t ham, pastor of the First' :I show on* the "Mexican Hat I The 8 x 12 ft. Playhouse. valued. at over.,.- $500 is' fuel bills.So don't hit the ceiling ... hit your Siegler.deakr r for r '.

RIrROBBINS' Dept.Store. Methodist Church and L. J. : Dance," featuring audience participation a hot demonstration! -f -" J
Swan assistant warden of the complete with oak floor over subflboring, novelty, i iI i
Florida State Prison.
SEVENTH DAY siding, Hurricane-proof shingles and jalousie win: I i

Next Door To Temporary Post Office. ADVENTIST CHUBCH dows. Building materials were'' furnished by 'Brad IDenma.k 'Furniture Co.

FREE Parking Downtown Starke on Saturdays! THE EIGHT POINT for the Sabbath School [Saturday:' .
war you write. Own IB and 9:30 a.m. Morning Worshinp. ford Building Supplies., } .! OF STARKE (

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; Time la: Think? About Changing ;', '" ," enjoy yiepi&glm !fronj. 'i30\: ,' ,- I '.$. "'. ."
10:30 eat t Salurday nl, ht f fthey fii i < ;,?"
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t ? Weefe.ftom Fall/ TQ SprngNothing ". -', Time>t'accQra1flg." to", a report: 1 _. .. ,.. .. .- -- '\"... ,
from gtijr. > re,! pnipiregtor, S. 159. "
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)' been Beard butJfavorable on :the 1961 edition comment of has the the would spring.automatically' .. be" eliminated. in.\1 'Buddy Because' of the, increased attendance 'I i L'I A3 4 ...,... .' .. t .. 4r ; !I ,'";,';, ,.' ,-,
't i LarrY' Devrick": has .1. "
: Bradford, County Fair and.it'is: I "
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generally 2. Agricultural t' exhibits would be mred director ,
been assistant .
as -
'I agreed that the institution made, much better in the spring than In; th Teen Time Director a.hSa ;
: great striles forward this 1 o.Richard ... .Ur.JS 'IC' .>" ;.'
year; in its a1vh n the.'county has p 'a ti Jockel with_ the large, ay ::o

: new 'location, undef the direction of theexpanded nothing to offer. in the, .. way Qffarm: ? }',rp- crbw&uDeinfick. ,-.? Ti **.T ; .: -: ." :.j

Bradford- County Fair Asso. duct ,' 'is :from Keystone ,

ciation.Tliere. ,3: The Strawberry; Festival angle! Heights 'and graduated'from .. .
: was marked improvement could be promoted during the Bradford 'High School las t',j.'f> :": ; -' i ..')1' H-- / ;
.onallj far} asa. n : ,
attending Palatka :-: tf'1
fronts, including' commercial exhib- attraction that would gain- the, county- year. He' ;. .,
ahi commutes .. > ,
Junior College s
: its; educational, cultural, and iristitudp'l statewide publicity, and the selection .."t.!:;":t;'

{r } dJspJaykV; tje Dumber 'and q uali- and crowning ot"a1" Strawberry Festival home i f'1 each.' ,. .'day.t-* <; f ..: ..";;-,.a...,..
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ty of tock shown t ;
'Ijve and\ special Queen would'bring many people to"thq rt
", ililg<< J.ic:
) events. fair who otherwise) might not altendi: ; ; s4Ji'ive H i .Were.Y..ItIO'K, t emany shoppers!. from Starke 2

: With the enthusiasm generated,this 4.. Although-- r* -tKe(! ','risk :of' bail t wear couples applied. +for'2nar;' 1'l and surrpundini! trade ':area who enjoyed the thrill\ dr''.. ; ,, ;.f.
year,; it is safe.tdrsay that the show is ther is imminent .sit ni.f <' |iine, ?chances f nr i riage. '' ''licenses ''in" Bradfor i FREE PARKING iii.the business'district last Saturday! '. )

oj ,the ULa8 far; 'at the Bradford for favorable' cqn 'ti '}&:are...better"i! *County'courthTouse-V *f ",,' \ during> *M Oc-: -. r for the' fll'sttIme: in many jars? Well, you will 'be interested'to -, .'. : .:!':;

: County *arr! ts concerned and: 'we.'can the spring aJl; iji- theffajl!: l, '' .heji rafri! tdbert Charles keo'tT'that_ i the same 'fresh is'iiistoVe i for : : :

: expect'the production to become'jar :er. and cold couliTcurtaH' :attendance, as i ii' "-Brenda WiUJani Lott Slade, both andJoyce' of. you;this 'att$ da :and every... Saturday'. of;ieast l>t until} aft )':
several *
has i
ler Chrfstinas.
an ,. nfoe' all-inclusive.'each from year, in the.past I > t _
year Hampton. ; tf f.nfUijB .
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: here .qp'uf.. % 5. Theft'fA'usually *I ,
more'money in "Claude Richard'Braiifqnt: ; and t'S ". .. .. .
: Great stilnulus'will'come! } of course, circulation in the spring_ at least Rebecca-Jane Simpson{. ,. ; bothl3tsclse 'of' Jail,Street had.a new and different look, last Satur 'fc
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t with the construction of permanent among our, farming population-than .:- '' ", day with.the.l: : >vf of :"sa' 1f d"Arparking; '.taVtere, !. 4
: there is at, this lime, of "ArSl Vernon Rhoden, of Heil- each covered with '
type building o 1thq\ spacious grounds" yean a paiJerp bag saying AT, _.,
) now available, ana these should be These adjust; ,a few(;factors thai bro' 'Springand'Betty': Joyce., I HO I mE J 1I\IW BVtSF 'sSfc : 't", .' I
seem to argw e wglllorja, change it from Campbell. of StarkVrShirrey $ > ,*, frt. A the :
forthcoming thanks d.lingrbl the
soon, to matching ; *- on : streets All day'10ng ,\
Franklin Johnson.Lawtey ;
'fa''l to .. 7 'r ** -*" :
funds. fo be-prO 'k edb, llocal and state spring;for a.cpmbire: ) i J Fair, and and Carolyn. Hettie. /you shoppers;must.%.have.appreciated* tbis gestures : d :" .
t i-
.f } Strawberry Festival. '. fJh9shif.aqfop: ( a of.the.
squrce Norton;; KingsleyJerry : Lake. [ City of Starke: We mere I

:'. Witfr the fi t urVgf $ie fair ever in "Particularlyenjoy.able, .t it thi9-ytearwa L)nn'Hansen) Starke, J e hanU hope. you:! w tTeontinue, taking advantage of it, an4fll '-'
the ,
; great. i increase in., cattle, horses. d"Annie Beatrice Waneg t ) rff Cutlt, too. :
iwji(, d.., web; leyei.t| Iiettiine has come to < I ,1-iV .- ? T n -i12 f .: .'
swine S -
give serious Cjopsideratfon: to changing and :fltftej .liv stocj k. that w Hampton...,... ,
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The'pwners r. r "f.
: it-from a fall event | ls are
to. ;
a spring event '
that it.cpuW b o combined: with Straw so to b q commendeiJ.fdr Hej gr eAtimprpyie- e ent rt: I i t Robert Regan, ,Mgr. '
a .
ment that t T '"
: berry Festival t is Being. niade i in. the. qua1 Jity'1 I CAR S ,
type of celebration. of livestock in thIs''area.1. ." The.a Bradford, _County iI: yta\! \ ,,. .J .,. "r. ". '" >'If ,_. -.., ._.. 1 "
: There, are ..nuiskejc.l of. pony) ; .
that races, and nounces the following"births: : t { i
woul3 seem to make this equitation competition on', I IAJth gh a comparative, newcomer, to Starke! I !
change Mr. and Mrs. H. V. PhWps am. T
.. sea-, Saturday I ; < '"I'd.; like to
afternoon hang around this
sons advisable: t. z' : was ,a new.feature' Starve sonG already;.t wvprabty, i impressed with 'tbr,fihe sp nice community for a'
of Glenn
a \
ry Jot coopeiti6i.t !
.' *" 'It '#t'WouTd-avoid a number of of. the fair, and.one, that was greatly'enj rt-i1: *e.,' J'r I | ,tMtl| ;exis.t! t between, business people and'-'th'eirt'lcustomer while. !MS5* ITtnaf(111! Wound'u p tln"yii hof ap ,, :

: con Jby, all'YflC lie) J< and.also with \ : Jg-C.ltI. opper, an jyou: linow ,the rest. Tornor- ,
flicts with' \ see ho ; the. ,
other evens of fife r14ir; and Mrs. Richard Norman rapidly improving, t
j seiSpnrFo/in/fence/the\ U\r,}\ last,busy?; week t fat I h* ses! and .gDQ4'
c had; T .l -- Although th to fJ \;vMgger! 'and betterj' -, Henry Norman JK, Oct. 26:! t that out rnerchf its'are on their.toes and"ate'doing "' ,eJn,them pay .their'ta. r ".uld, ;,, p'..ygrp.Wfo "W e't4

: local football game atteqtion'"wijha J is overworked anq i &ften an ex' '1tri;' and''Mrs.athan'Thom: th'ing'possibie'io. make our shopping district every- childre,,. pu> in leWity\ utilities, and additions! -to tlraschools. r >

ween carnivals and a numDeJxjf Hallo)1 aggeration-ths'{ ,ar ft 'carf truthfully] as of Starke'', a daughter.. ..Deb'orah' tiveJ 0# fi f *r* *f. ; r? ->. more-ilrn. attrac-__, Of course,.I'dmuch, rather. stick arounTand'neip!! \

larger fair other actj1itielt:i a be applied tothe Bradford"CountY Fair Lynn, Oct r 2i. ; @ 1 .1 .. do all these thin -for the home town, bulirseelns thatsonje.fp'lksrtikn't .
: TnT, IJuyal] $ I '
Growl ; y, qa or without fear' of; contradiction.* It : 4 f 'I; tdait'to'&et. ns 'dollars,opj.o{ #., t etf'sJ ftt '
Ami" weVe \
and the was while
K>mecomihg-"football 1 CARD OF THANKS I .. : .on thesubject; qf shopping, I read %
for a factg\ e and fceuer' ,' and : R T '. *. something the ? and :reach;ariH'wher twecanyr p'o ibl1.q.1 <<\ them,
game,at the Unyersfty| of we: '"; ; ,,other, day that struck me as bet ng.of i nr r any'V
severaTtother, eVerttg Florida anti predict thane t:years;eat iQ1l, will be ,;We hereby, %yjsh to express: I interest and importance to a grtp.I Wft oodP. >#"Mfi?"! f.t Hells t there aren't as many r of.
r Many, off these even "big reri and better ""' our ,sincere thanks! to, each) one community such as ours; It these %: { { a r : '
. e called tee.igeSi fe their t
,. r. 'I I was "The Diary of A Dollar R 53 IJ\I\!! er Hsrpwjn?
1 II ,_ ..4. ;:: andwentlice
L 11 _. .. __ who was so kind and ( | this i : !
-' .->.. ..0... -.1 ",.-. '" '" -.01 .....J.H .' ;: 0 thoughtful v tf FT "* s ? '- 'ft less' and I all tf\e tt \ tinje i j
tempJJO 41se d" a e o f \ ; ful to us during our fecep| loss 3. ,
s-' hurricanesu.. more(' ooQt husband.. and father. Weespecially "IsLfeeen: ;a pb4is: r ay,. ) arJY.tin iVast t* .
.ml fcgmq' '& piar)'. 1 likely, the droug t was to. one of,! thank' 794. for. thebgau't'jfu S swiped: ; for.,,some. .medicine; for a baby by ayounvgYeHoW| !: t ttiesethmgaand.are"Most folks now-a-daYs are,thinking} serjoushf about..

.tr our.usual fall dry spells }.flora ; oj eringsiand i : wj\o'gjt\ .mlBjin.exchajige I for a. load,of,farm produce i investing, eif dollars where 't hey .
.' I I7.{ J Garreybe I I .. : the'food\ .ililc..>va i contributed.y.'trod l. will da the most good for all.eoncerped-wlth' the" home :

A visitor at ,the Jau- 'I b bjess.eyeryone. town merchants:: Maybe 'JII even' be able to work .
re- |
; : ; i Thes druggist-' t my way
,i be t I *Miiam Johns Mr. gave. 'Ie.t! the. boy who ,sweeps out back home'some 1ft I
+ r. even betto.vl majked: "T'tleyo; 4t to have s. and J for him, and'the da and do'per'fe11o .hOMtg1Jt "n it. ,
fbo 'sentlfne
M st I
.It y i. a mule in the..show." Come to; MIs", C. :M;, Fdrick, and',, :Mr.-. : > to get his suit t cleaned' and. '!. w M!ens metn: ',fils pAckpt'wiit.b wiw.knows'
It. A little rain over the weekend think of It. If tie old jug-1 and, Irs..q. E.. Crosby.. !I I ," pressed, air for ifr '" school," '-Tri l party. tonight.. : -: ;*..1I th e._ value_ ,of.og1e..tp" f\. s 1mPPi!ti rm",tlre d o! In9vh ;

.. a finally, cracked the heads cpntlnup. to fade, away: i' A :4Passes n ") + : around.. J
d t I drought, but we,are going to' the day:they are. >,nciw.'onepfthem' : ;: ''fr le.f'cleaner I -"-* took v me and some- of my brothers( .and1 ,! ..; .

I need alot,more.itQ.haye :enough '. in a Pair might be 1M' -. j.dm! s l. s paid i his! light, and w tr'IMI'T. was, in-i'T',; bank' only' '*a" 'i

1 to set berries pt.course, shown as a'curiosity;; few,minutes,when sch'ool' teacher'cashed. her, pay check. i.. r ...

'... I.o now wet don't/': ;want!so. .mycH < -, Saturday amTtrstarted around'the town again.. .' .
It I that it washes the beds down, \t ( .:' '1 f \1.,1lit. ""' a., i .: I
There\ wa the''Bradford 4' aatv winc1ertuJ1..tdriiOU 'FklrweVfi' j for: that would .set us backagain r as f:zi..Tiecl.; Mrs.'vRuby Jevvison Adams "Believe I i it' or.,not, before the It's'a:. simple little story-but it carries a lot of 'f '
l 77, ,widowof the late Wesley dare e4 I.h aocan(=, trjitjC t at tha In "
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t ed ds Iweniy' this community! i
% haij times JgKrnolJ
and : allre thaveveryone.who ,1 Bradford !! :;. and had put $2T( worth of fe
-? e. Adams, M. D., died in the : good could. be en i f
During Plea/ and S erTicestnto: peoples handsN .ha 1 : oxj jug :'much'greafer; prpsReriy( muck finer t '
; attended epjoyed? him The. horticulture, exhibit QqyPleaDay ,, County. Hospital Saturday ,! : aceountedfor! $20 social( and civic facilities, ana other
': 7e dkandwere' down .at, UP; Ist tin, full 'fall morningfollowing a brief'ill-!! wbrtr\of.\, trade volume in the community, and' had not but ; in behefits, if wt, 'ha3 t I,
1m-1 kept
;t ssed by the tom bloom now/an
,., livestock I trip, for: those' wiovlqye;plants Thursday, October, : ; 28, saw'76 She. was born in Ontario. Canada ; ) !\|i( ; ; I
1 ejtlai, and! ":organlutfcn. ,ex-i:: and flowers And speaking oriowers'Alice f person tried'for minor offenses- June 30, 1884, and made t : 1
l1 >bits.*. Cojjgr'at'ulatlons* *" p..e"- in j .;1, is., leasedwi before Judge T. her home at the ParkofhePalms -
.orar for: those who worked, A Yawn. t at Heightsith I
I her'pansies and'violas which_ n.-- ; I-1 1. Keystone
hard, and.put, the Fair oyer are. in bloom now. The, old: .stand-by,., unlawful \\ her,: sister Miss Pdith J w- ahoy't

bg! .., .. ., speed, accounted,,' :for .48.cjf., the ison, the only, survivor. Her
'it-tm ;x: Of, 'interest to .tobacco''cases witli' improper pastannin sing parents were the late Henry :>> '

', e(particularly l enjoyed.. .the growers is.. the, 'new strain, g a,dJ.9tanf second with and Celia.Randall Jewison. &
Y o c kr .e il1ted,.espedall1,p Florida 22, which will soon- eight cases. Mrs Adams was a nurse anda
11I t djiferenogin size'between be released,, by tile,- Erpe r iOther; offenses listed, in descencling member: of the Plymouth ;
t J ortuous;, P'QO-JJJ;i.;mal- 1: ment Station. It is similar ,in ,,order by the :number Brethern Church. : WiTIEQF'FLORIDA I '

,n Duroc...... andl1iie r! tinY. pig: j in,J, auioy.respects.to-<:"'HJcks" 8roleaiand. of times they .occurred, were: Feral services here heldfrom" S S .

th :joining' f penj.The J\1p\ is, resistant to nem- ''violation! .of the roles of the ..thev Keystone Heights '' .; ,. "', r. .. .
I\ Were. 'playful".ap4.,|t.;,Was as 'atodes. it yields l :from.' 1Q to 15jq. FlorldillaUroao(and Public U- Baptist, CJhurchj,,. 4d with I : ; J.I> \

,gfrxfas.li-- : circus to watch" Lama F U'8tn smut luau; jad t1l ties,. CommIssion 5 ,.cases; the..Rev, J. ,R, mith' ; pastor PEST>> CONTROL '

tem, ,,tmUclni'W1d! tits> .'l the leading commercial. Tar reckless .driving, 4; no drive''8 and R. R.'S> nervof Keystone /1 I' .* GEM JEWELRY : : :

*** {f\h sties ".. license,. 3; voluntary intoxication Christian' Colony: officiating. : % .
e're'er. 'tl lots'oi.,qt.her< ,auincluding : and possession of.an alcoholic Burial followed. :'in the family BARKSDALE'S. y\("

tJw.'b -l la be ,While aoatteveryooe: IJs trjinjtq ;- beverage, 2 each, a4 d'.al- plot in the Keystone Heights '4 ANDREW.SDRyGS j
;dMrY cattlr- atone mare.a : make. everything ,bi glowing an unauthorized perspn Cemetery}jinder direction of De- *" t: .: ;'

,,'i6'a 'dl r+ alt.nl l'r mala number i: gerf out. In Oregon .they _are to drive* improper parking driving Witt C: Jones Funeral Home of i &. ,' T.H.SLADEH. : DENMARiFURNrrURECO.; >.' -I\

0 tine" ;1; J.ii> --"ap: trying, tope J1 ea< strain. of while, intoxicated, and taking. Starke. {
v, oU!. '''i_ "f ',uGWP dw'arf'e have quail'during closed season HIGHLAND JACKSON BUILDING .
'] ,\\a. beau d ceIoped a stram: Of; l' 1'1 Leghorns.thafc '; one. case SUPPLY: *: ': .tORrn LOR1DASUPPLY
1dl' SwSs ind'h9a = ; ; *. t"" ... each.fj ', I.. ,BAPTIST CHURCH, >,. ;
wn cqw, "ireii';tM; >nly. vtbrepounds' ; Ii
1 Sunday School, 9:45 a.1:30'fi in 4t.: :
n. Wi Q.r iS, ai cpmpatifcd/wi h ,the Matthews MITCHELL'S. DRUG STORE .
I ""\ '.. "'-' CoJ1 : ?:: syyrIwieeln sac. .
: i.-M: BJ\NJ'9f STARKE'f
a N,1 f 44 & ,,Wragafqr, itandajtlhens. v r WednesdayBrswifof,.1n a .
'1- ugh\, e, exhibit..of They are ftpmltass tp boost To Visit County PzlIf'tuOUR1J i t ,

B'of. stet' 'n1"nl1" e. t egs iiJlef.and, ra ajf' vrai. RUBY JOHNS; BEAUTY, SHOPy 'WESTERN_ AUTO
J. This Friday nSaOE. f ; > ASSOCIA'f.E'STORE-
I es. i tA1ti, '". 'lntere4it. M'L">g: e; duction? and;,if- they can do r> }Kr.r 5- .> : .. ... ',

tally. this, G-1+ ..,DuuI+, :.'. 1UU:. that',..t4'11r-! Nava t'someth 1nr, Congressman, 'D. R, ;Billy): REPAID, STARKE BUILDERS j

W""""ja fi9Pi.t.A it. for: theJ. > take far 'lessspaccRandeat Matthews has announced plans: :'35"r: ; *., .-*. SUPPLIES. ., PRIEST'S; ,
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k'bexhtbltora .
'seta tear I toa1 lew feed.Wa }\ .
'.1 to visit post offices.in laG. N, ffl"." .C f.... j :,
.Q'fie li1r. a.. Bradford; -t: < I .
.... .. '.. *Wat,ali,; tfitqc, County on Friday? Nov 3. His ."Starke: :F1ritla'. : ; FURNITURE ST 4 CE RECAP CQ: I

e m e' bn. ; schedule will be follows AND APPLIANCES
mfJ\o the'moye: tochck as : 1 1mker. . ,
11'.,.PWrtsa..Ue1&l; f **ailt6tock, coming ijito. .'9 *jn.; Grha'Worms m 9:45' ., i .,t. 1>' cROBBINS' = t
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a-m.; Hampton, 10:15 a.ni: 1 I
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J\D 4r'!U.,11.I".r Wa. ...C#'.cut. ..all,. Welia<{I) ,. eaabiu'-',- I aiwteyll ajta.; Starjce, Ut51 : .., BULLINGTQN STUDIO, *r ; ; ; ,\\\I\ : : : '
aexhiblts..J' PI Cade' syruattWbe !aacairge.'tiatlasle, '! :.a.m.. : 'f : WILLIS : : I
... itl 1...2. 9, wG '' 'faint\: Ii t'" ,BRADFORD '. ; ; :
'- i'' 6f slid'., xheCo msn said.h e,was .-""": .... BIJILDINGSUEPLY.. ._, .? ;' ... V ; ;
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I' pr rne& 1 ala ... lt P. the looking towatd.tQ I
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.:;. Iree 4s ..".. .th 1i.,pest.>$ ,I nenWl..UI thVvariourconimua-.., EAGLE'S,: ,. : j\. ECENTER3KOCH'SDRliGSTORE I ;
t;!; s d ta'.1 ... 1.R.'S rf" .' itteiiP4: qpf. a a) h =Pe ,UiitSy5 f ; -JjJ:1h.! : r '
,. str ie forward this year"ancmgm r' The viD2'- < .dU.W "
< :.fr.f Lat; s.to .; THE-SHOE
:1W... ., 1 i4. .. wd Aim tsffi&eet. :hltafat .' .... ,' -.- -.t.:. ., RACK '
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good start, tbe mc nesct'year' been caus the TfSTUMP'S ;- '! t.l
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i TI DY, NOV. zt 1961 BRApTmt );COJINTY Tl<-.tnt: I. $:r.JI .f'UrJDj.. 10- r. G F. tt.. i
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BulJciogs "Fired Up">! I drove to the. Bulldog eight I I,I:Seymour. f Mrs. Sallie" ,Hall 'Funeral SerVices-' !'I I: .. ,, I I
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during t.he' quarter .but failedto ,|i After holding Live Oak to' < i.
For Mrs Ward :
f two yards the Tornadoes took > !
make good on a fourth and / i I II 'W"\\1.
i ''possession 1 their 35.!9fGa1nTffjj! Held Presc'
BHSBumpsBulldogsContinued 14-0 one situation as Jackscln.lost. again..on, : I SaturdayMrs. t
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{i'With the aid of a 15 y rd' ,- !f I '
two yards around :.iis- left i penalty against the Bulldogs Funeral .service!Vere held in Blanche. Jernigan, Ward'I J I
[. From Pag-: One] ,,i letting the Bulldogs inside the 1 eni > / ,! .!the'Santa Fe? Cfeinetery. neat t
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.: and a 28 yard pass from Martin ,50,,of Crystal, .River, .Florida; ChristmasYour :
I i 30. The third period was all ;i, Taking possession early m! Hampton Wednesday for airs ; .t
to end DeWayne McRae in. .
half with t ti .
: dives into the line. died ,a Palatka
work and no play as the Bull- \!! the fourth period John 'Reddish ; they ha:3 a, first down on the -Sallie iladry; Hall l, 82, of hospital : Friendly Store .. : ,
Second Tornado TD .
dogs ran ,,,20 plays ,to Starke's i:I broke loose ,off his rfight I Live Oak seven. 'Gainesville, who diej i suddenly!;Thursday' morning, October ,,21,;
After a ,half-time show by 10, making good yardage in j k tackle for aSf yard TD jaunt;I 'Monday at the home other:: son,I after, ah extended illness J i! SHOP EARLY-AVOID
the I ; delayed I
BHS Band a somewhatless An off-side penalty : 1; Ladies Full Fashion
midrfield. hue Halt ." ,. : LAST !
lethargic I only to caned back bia Martin'for i ia Freeman Mrs. Ward: was the widow, of : MINUTE RUSH .
Tornado team one play but '
held when The stumbling Tornadoes 1 I clipping. .penalty. ..on UaUle,. first Witllj 1, A meniber of. the First. Chris- the late Fred Everett Ward ;
it had to never dQ 'D on the j i
, I tian Church Mrs. Hall was I 5 Nylon Hose MEN'SSport
--- -- -- threwStarling' to pS Y.
/ pass the who died in May of this .year.
born in Hampton March 28.
[ Though'Bulldog ;
halfback -}' Born in Dawson, :
Y 1879. (laughter of the late Jack : Georgia. oni : Shirts
; Wilb'ZrWoods tipped the and Millie Madry Saxon.. She i!August 21, 1911. she was a h? : .First Quality M
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ball Starling, still grabbed ]
You CAN waslhe'widow of the late BolenE. New Fall Shades' 1 ,
member of the Baptist Church.
with the aid of a .beautiful I "
Hall who died in 1949.
: Reg. 89c Pair '
block by guard Mike i Her parents were the late George -!
; Survivors include two sisters
v.e :
Darby, zig-z agged his way in- !,Mrs., Ida!' Hudson" !;, West' Palm P. and Bertha Redney Jer-, -;:' SELF SEAM : '
to the endzone for the ,second | .
Beach; Mrs. Hattie Wilson, nigan.
1 $*i 00
Tornado TD, .:
Jacksonville. ; _.two daughters: Survivingare: three sisters: ML
: V. Martin 'converted to make i Mrs, Cecil. ., ;Walker; Riviera[Mrs. Grace Johnson Atlantic .

it 14rp, Starice. It was Ute.peach,',Florida;" Mrs. Audrey'City*, New Jersey; Mrs. Ella,,I ..' .

:.; ; '. t.Yi i':t'\ 'SF R.C J.+ Ry.. ti 5., plucky quarterback's"sixteenth}Geiger Jacksonville;' two'sons:I May Schsffer Hialeah, Florida,i iI I : .. SEAMLESS t .
., conversion In'! 20 attempts' and}Angus 'Hall, keystone Heights;I land Mrs. Claudia Campbell of!
> k : Starke's sixth ''in'of the season freeman B. Hall ,. Gainesville,' Chattahoocbee,Florida. i i s 2 *r$119 .

z and third'conference 12 .grandchildren,.:.and 11 ,great 1 Funeral services were .held "
.' tQrv. grandchildren. from Jones Memorial! Chapel i SEAMLESS STRETCH: Ii rJT L. W,SBT* "d1. ..
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| Starke had two 'viC-1" Services were held from Jones Starke Saturday, October 23,i I B Y SedgefiejdREG. t .-
2 Pr $198
chances to score but Ue Memorial? Chapel! with Rev. with the Rev, J. R. Smith. pastor '! + $%.98 .
I make good both times. .End Fred Dodd'of keystone Heights of the Keystone Heights I

4 J.N: .YAfiWV Hallie Seymour made a leaping officiating and under direction Baptist Church officiating. Burial .
:5' V (V S I catch of. a.26,yard Martin of'DeWjtt (D. Jones Funeral ;followed in the family' plotin i LADIES 2 ForBoy's $$500
.aerial fora first down on theBulldog Home of Starke. the Keystone Heights Cemetery -I
l ,35f. ''but the drive 'under the direction.ot'De- PANTIES .. I .
I stalled.' A, minute later end Mrs. KirklandServices Witt C. Jones Funeral.Home of i
A\ i DeWayne? McRae intercepted Starke. Run-Proof ,Rayon :Khit,!First Long Sleeve .
| a espe..ation'pass from Sum-

..11 l j rell, and ran it :haj to the Held. I Quality.) Sport S Shirts V .
I i t Bulldog 19, ITEM NO. 2 Sizes 6-6.7 REG. 49c Pr. -
4 .' 1=-198J 4-I i
> Sedan
ior Color '
.. Mrs. StarlingKirkland
With time running out Broadcloth and
---' | Black Y.EightI tor with : a :
; Martin tried field'goal'60, died October 24 in a Jacksonville I minimum of 170 lip and a min !
name the day when a Flannel

you'llBE \... ; !I! which cross-bars.- fell" far short of the I i i A hospital; native after of Bradford a longillness. "brakes I'I imum equipped.,of radiator ll'J-Incb with: heavy fan.wheel turn tune duty-in., !V 3 Pairs $1| 00.. Sizes 2 to 16

A THOUSANDAiRE17! !County.she. had lived in Jacksonville dicators, automatic transmission,' REG. $1.98
I; At game's end both teams I and heater. equipped with Police I
',. !| had 11 first downs with I I for the past 40 years i Package. Sizes REG. 69c Pr. "
member of the North ITEM XO. 3 8-0-10.
.. and was a VV V
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; "" : ;| Starke racking! up 265 yards .. : 1-Item Xo. 2 above) and one 2' $300
.1'! Decide that l I Main Street Baptist Chu ch.II 00
t' on a sum you can save at our ,' to Live Oak's 242. The Tornaj small economize car with a I 2 pairs $1 .
i '! 1+She is survived.by her husbabd, minimum of lot HP and a minimum I, .
bank each week divide 1000 that '
: ; by sum j does also passed I
," t .' j! put the Bull. II A. B. Kirkland, and four chit pf 1091 wheel base color
1-and' you'll know just how many weeks it "' j dogs ,94 yards'to 41. Seymour dren. with MackDocr turn lndi Sedan etor!>, automatic equipped 'I YOUTHS .AID MEN'S

will take 4 ..; 1} punted four times .for the Funeral services were held at. transmission, and 'he ler. 'I IRL'S. COMBED COTTON CO INENTALPANTIES.
I II I Two 1959.Door: Sedans to
,. I I Tornadoes averaging 44 yards.X11 i ,ajn. Friday in rKey-McCabe 'he traded in. Can be seen. at BATISTE
: .Saving Just 55 a week, you'd have your I I while in'Siimreli' .averaged 381 f[chapel. Burial was in Restlawn City Said Police City reserves tf\tlnn. the right .
:- of $100Q-plafi? interest-in less: than yeais; !:i Bulldogs.yards two for the I Ii !Memorial Park.Cemetery. to accept or reject any or all gt PANTS .

saving> $20 a week-in less than ayeail J i!| Martin and Reddish stood I'i i braltea.] radiator. fan' ..,.turp-Lodi-I s.CiU' of Stark*, FJsrldjL: .,
j c-ators, automatic transmission By. Merrill Edward City Wash} 'ri. wear, cotton. } i
'. \, out in the backfield while. I and beater equipped. with.Police Clerk.. Double Panel Seat .. .
The main thing tCJ'to l stick to It .. .But th ||! Mike Darby gave. his usuali I .Pac., i3.ge., ,- t' l1-! 2t 119Paving : iVI Baby CordTapered '.'
For Strength
Bias Cut
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first is to started. i hi' I! .
thing get May we t expect ( stellar performance the I II -- Legs

to see you this week? !j I .line. j 1 T V Of:All Types : Sizes Z to 14: Reg. 89c Sizes 28 to 36Boys :" ;

6 to 16
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. OrUbrr, FOR J!). 1001C.U.I. BIDS "'* .* SUBDIVISIONS 2 Pro $$150 by %i.
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Sealed hMp/ >vUbej| received : ". 40 PARKING 'LOTS 6 "Sedgefield"
I hr the City f>nncil of thn City \ __ .
FLORIDA of Stark. nt the fitv Inl in
ftarKe, ,Florida until 7:01: o' LAKE'CfTY PAVING CO. Inc. .
clock p. m., on Tuesday, NToveni- .
.1 tpr 21. 1 fitJVt ..wfcich tim alt* FREE Gin Wrapping Iii Boy's-$2$
\I blare all 'liirts received will bepublicly < I II PHONE ; '

i lAkK.I t I"A lfKE : I cm the) fiillowlhg on4sne Mi ,and it 'ni-s rrad: aloud I I Use Eagles Convenient, ; LayAway V PI : If '
2-1962 4-Door lam Color. l pr Charge Plan with Option Men's $3.9&
min Terms.
I imum minimum of 1H1.lnrh"heel of 170 HP and a baPP, j' L' .. .-,'
with heavy duty
equipped ,- 'n _.. !.f.

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= 7 DAYS A WEEK ;-" '., 'S TURKEY !'\

P ri ''"''. THAT riyruN 4A BOXES OF QRO C RIES 2..0. GIVEN AWAY

QIH12 u SAT.. 400 P. M. .1 i!
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together, ,during the weekend: MAYORS COURTMayor FTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBy week at ,Saint James Island. EVEBGBKEN' taken, as confessed by you. (SEAL) Bradford County Florida.(
Fugitives Are and ,returned, each Friday They ,were attending the BAPTIST, CHURCH This Order and Notice shall Charles A. Darby. I By Marian, L. Crosby, D. C. I
be published in four consecutive Clerk of Circuit Court of 10-12 4t 11.2
"with plenty of money"Addison's Randal Chitty has PINE LEVEL Florida ,State, Fox Hunter's Sunday School 10 'a. m. weekly issues of Bradford

wife said: she disposed of 25 cases in Mayor's Association.. Craig Starling Preaching 11 County Telegraph commencing
a. m. --
Training October lt. 1961.
;Fro Thieves thought her husband's name Court during the past two Airs. J. E. McRae took fourth place'in the Chil- Union 6:30): Witness my hand and tho I I
was Harry John Eng 1hart, weeks. dren's Handling. He is six p. m. Preaching, seal of said Court this 5th day !
the he used when AAAAAAAAAAAAAAtAAAAAAAAmong 7:30: p., m. Prayer Meeting of October 1961. The New
_, {Continued. from Page One] name they Pauline Stegmier vagrancy, years old.Mrs. ." tions of said petition will be Scripto .
,...... .. married In last 7:30
were Jasper Wednesday p. m.
U J. W.
forfeited bond of $6.50 the visitors at church McRae Mrs. J.
,Pavlas was captured by September. Both said they had Oliver J. Aron. Negro public last Sunday were: Mr. and E. McRae and children Mrs. Wednesday Bible study, I
Georgia authorities after not their husbands since Business Line Ball Pens I
wild: chase and sentenced a October seen 7.Addison's. intoxication,'forfeited bond Mrs. Lee Addison of Raiford, Iris McRae and son, were a- 7:30 p. m. Jo*. E. Norman,
'was of $27.50. Mr. and Mrs. E. Wilks Diane mong those attending the pastor.
4in' 1958 to the federal wife, Louise, "Aworking
prison 0
and Mary Sue Wilks all of Homecoming parade in
Paf Atlanta for five' years on a daughter of Mrs. Truby Sladeof Oliver J. Aron Negro, dis- Jacksonville. Susie Gainesville last Friday. and RefillsFOR
Broadwayand gal
*,charge of interstate transpor Hampton, is believed to be olderly conduct, forfeited bondof CHURCHRev.
I Martha Ritch. W. M. Reynolds of Miami R. T. Williams, Pastor
tatlon of a stolen motor living with relatives in $52.50.Mae 1
I I I needs /
? Diane and Wilks a pal/
Mary sang spent last week with Mr: and
.vehicle. He was brought back Gainesville. She was marriedto Jean McCrory, failureto Sunday School f ALL BUSINESS WRITING
several specials and were very Mrs. T. N. Norman and son, 10 a. In.. -
into state custody after servIng Addison under his real yield right-of-way and ,....1J8cIy$111IO Pea,
good. Everyone enjoyed them and his aunt. Mrs. H. M. Mc- Morning Worship 11 a. m.: t
about a year in Atlanta name' causing 'accident, forfeited very much. W i.1.giEaRt W q..4wtea.Mr. ,. only 25c eachREHLLABLE
'and finally release from Raiford Members of Addison's fam- bond of $27.50. Rae.Those Evening worship 7 p. m. Prayer : ...
Sorry to hear that Lucille
in 1960 after serving his ily in the Lake ButlerStarkearea John Russell Morris, failureto Conner and Earl Goodman visiting Mrs. H. M. meeting Wednesday 7 p. m. .6Ca.'I.nKZ fail UKZIn.
full term. McRae on her 76th birthdaylast : ratiht I
have said they would
have vehicle under'control have the flu. risI I.
Before coming to Florida. alert police if either of the Wednesday were: Mr. and:! CONGREGATIONAL IXIPzeWM. !
and causing accident, fined
The Heart of Florida'sYouth .... .. ....
served time in New Mrs. J. W. McRae Mrs. A. R. HOLINESS CHURCH idai s isxo
Jersey fugitives contacts them.
she $152.50. .. 1Ii
... ...
Fellowship will hold its
!for a sex offense in 1935. I I We don't want them hurt," McRae and son, Mr. and Mrs. staret'Tb. +
Isiah Allen. Negro disorderly monthly meeting Friday Robert Myrick and children,]I North 301, 2 1-2 miles out
Wives said Mrs. Fred Andrews, Ad- ..,.asotttabalcAaayedateaha with Refills lOc
Identify I
Pavlas was officially identified dison's mother, who lives near conduct, not guilty. night. Nov. 3, in Branford at Mrs. Robert Taylor and fam- of town on left of the road. + ... .I Ii ea.
Joseph Murphy Negro, disorderly Magnolia Baptist Church. ily of Raiford and Mrs. Eldon MOCI.UIl'I'
as Addison's companion Lake Butler. She hasn't seen Cars will leave Pine Level Young People's Meeting, ...N..
conduct, guilty, placedon *
Wednesday after his wIfe. her son in 2 1-2 years. 60 Church at 7 p. m. For anyone Sapp son. Friday, 7:30: ,p. m. Sunday BLUB
day probation.
I Dorothy, and Adlison's wife "Pray for him pray for who wishes to go, there will Sunday visitors of !Mr. and School, 10 a. m. Sunday Night I. BLACK I
whom he married recently him; ask everyone to pray, Sidney Manning, disorderly be plenty of Mrs. T. M. Norman and Mrs. I' .

"ciKler an assumed name] I please," she begged. conduct sentenced to a fine We were happy room.to hear that H. M. McRae were:,,Mrs. B. E.: Worship, 7 p. m. Everyone PWT4 RED '
identified ,luggage that police I Besides being Florida's most of $37.50 or to seven days in Susan Faulkner is much better Eggers and children of Jack- cordially Invited to attend- 11I M 12.DRILUANr \ .

found near the fugitives' abAndoned : massive manhunt in recent jail.John after her recent illness. sonville 'and Mr. and Mrs. Rev. Carl Edmondson pastor. rww s+awrs FINE OR MEDIUM POINTS<

car shortly after : years the search is also being Law, disorderly conduct Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor Robert Taylor and family of -r+, se ..COLORS..,c......... .
they fled into the woods in conducted by alerted lawmenin postponed. and children of Raiford ,=aw ec..rraLard.
were Raiford. IB The Circuit Cotrt ... The economical
Of TIleElC.t. most
"Duval 13 other states. IIa S so ,
County last week. ', Lollie.Lucius,disorderly con- visiting the J. W. McRae's last Judicial Circuit Of t u a. -..,a/ZI'..sa..oU.. I *

The women' said .they were I. duct, not guilty. Sunday afternoon. BOATDRAIN BAP'l'ISTI Florida Countyi 1m la Ant Chancery For Bradford aid .__r.__--1-3!> '

l' ;winder the impression that I Farm Bureau Albert McDuffie, Negro, disorderly Mr.,and Mrs. Rufus Alvarez CHURCH In Re: Adoption of Linda writing ever devised.

.jjheir! husbands were'employed Fish Supper ,conduct forfeited were dinner guests of Mr. and I gene Carrol Steve Braasell Brassell and minor George.children Eu-- Bradford countyTELEGRAPH
,orC road construction work in bond of 2750. Mrs. J. S. Alvarez and'new Sunday School; 10 a ra., ;

pentral Florida. They said the Set SaturdayThe James Watson, reckless driving baby in Middleburg last I Morning: Worship, 11 a. m.: NOTICE ORDER OF TO PUBLICATION APPEAR AND Bradford County

men usually left the home, not guilty, accident term- Thursday. _Training Union,.6:30: p. m. The State Of Florida, To: Telegraph
Vhere the two couples lived annual fish'fry,sponsoredby ed unavoidable. Mr. and Mrs. E. Wilks Di ning Worship, '7:30 p., m. Eve-I Betty whose Jean Rollins Brassell. I
residence is 170 AvenueD.
the Bradford Farm Bureau I Lavon Napier Intoxication ane and Mary Sue Wilks of Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, Apartment 6-G, New York 9; I. ..
public ,
for members and their families I Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. f:30 p. m.FAITH New York;
fined $27.50. I You are hereby notified thata
and guests will be held Saturday Owen Alvarez and Franklin petition has been filed in the
Nov. 4, at the StarkeFarmers Lavon Napier destroyingcity t Starling, and Daniel Alvarez BAPTIST CHURCH 1 Circuit Court of Bradford Coun-
Market. property, fined $12.50. I Lawtey ty, Florida, in Chancery by
were dinner guests of Rev. Jack. Dlrrell Brassell, Sr.. and
The committee announces Leroy Robert Whenn unlawful and Mrs. Alvarez last Sunday. his wife liable Marguerite Bras-
A. E. Massey Pastor sell, to legally adopt Linda Car-
that fish and hushpuppies will]l speed, forfeited bond Mrs. Rufus Alvarez spentlast t Bible school, 10 a. m. rol Brassell and George Eugene
be ready to serVe around 4:30: of $27.50. Friday with her daughter Steve Brassell minor children;
Teaching a. m.
... Harvey Fowler, public intoxication and you are hereby required to
< and serving will continue until Mrs. Jerald Baldwin in Evening Service. 7:30 p. m. be and appear in said Court and
6 p. m.This fined $27.50 sentence Jacksonville.Mr. cause on November 14, 1961. at 20 Words less time __
the HEMLOCK HILL suspended. Bible Study and Prayer 10:00: o'clock A. M..and to then er one u .35 Memorials, Resolutions Aa II per' word
Urge is the Farm Bureau's and Mrs. Robert Starling Meeting, 7:30: p. m. Wedneat And there show cause why said If not paid fa advance ,1." (Cards of Thanks, up to 50 worm r --__ f.59
room, private dining '' Harvey Fowler, carrying a petition should not be granted.If .
3Sgro, U- hoped kitchen, three annual there will"family be formal night, and concealed weapon. fined and family spent last t day. you fail to do BO, the allega Keyed or Blind Ada 1.00 Over 50 words _-..-..?-.-.- So per werd
i temple bedrooms opening on pro $27.50, sentence suspended. Each additional weld over %8.. .tt Display ads ia Classified -. Lft per tec: *
gram or speaking. .
'JSgyate I hall, bath and porch. Lonnie Jack Burrell, Negro, FOR RENT Three bed- IN CITY POUND -Red and FURNISHED HOUSEfor

HEADY CHURCH OF GQD failure to have vehicle under room unfurnished house. 2 white speckled bird dog fe.-: sale. 518 N. Water St.
6625j control and causing accident, I Complete Photographic Service blocks from town. See Gra- male. Owner may have by 2to 11-9
LIV U1 7:30 p. m. Evening Worahl p L forfeited bond of $27.50. ham at Alvacez Store. paying board and advertisingcost.
Per Month 2tchg 11-2 Contact City Police. HASTINGS MATTRESS
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn Eileen Woodside, unlawful

ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sur1ayEvening speed, no record of violation, Cameras a Hallmark Greeting I NEED EXTRA MONEY Itchg & UPHOLSTERY WORKS

r rk .> Service, 7:45: p. m was issued warning. Film B U1 L I N r. TON !i FOR CHRISTMAS? Our Representatives FURNISHED APARTMENTS: 710 Lemon St Platk

I p. m. Prayer Meeting Friday, Mike Klondes, sale of tax Cards earn $500 to $1- 1 and 2 bedrooms. Newly decorated Furniture Repaired, Upholstered
Watches 000.00 during the Christmas
7:45: p. m.80UTHSIDE. paid whiskey in a dry county, ''FeatureLoek': selling 'season now In full nished., lights Inquire and at Bullington's water fur- & Refinished

fined $502.50.James Jewelry swing. We can help you earn Sutdio. 104 W. Call St. or 321 MATTRESSES, REBUILT
CHURCH OF T. Colan, unlawful BiblesTape Studio and Gift Shop DiamondWedding this kind of money.with Avon. W.. Madison St. tfchg New Innersprings
CHRIST I speed, forfeited bond of $27.50.: Write Mrs. Mabel Gore. ,Box
The MAPLE HILL has a spa* 1 Harry Thomas, reckless Recorders, 3617; Gainesville or call FR-2- AMERICAN OIL COMPANYHas and Box Springs
does of 3 ml S. en SOI. i 042L 11-2 2t 11-9 station available for Drop UsA Card or Call
expanse living-dining Bible driving, fined $37.50. Phonographs Starke,. Florida SetsIT'S lease. U.,S. 301 by Bus Sta-
Sunday- Classes" 10 a.:
crea with convenient l-shaped I Pearl Rahme, driving while FOR SALE- Mechanic tools tion. Paid training program. PALATKA EA 5-9168
I 'tltttien, plus three bedrooms, m.; Assembly Worship with Intoxicated, forfeited bond of automatic washer Kenmore, Very reasonable rental arrangements STARKE SS4-C9S4
bath and entrance porch the Lord'a Supper, 11 a. m.; $102.50. ".. .. "- dinette' suite.. 1956' Fairlane ., Write W. M. MRS.' PIGGY' SHALLEB.'
Evening Assembly Worship,! >- Ford 2" dr. Good condition. Stewart. 20 N. W. 12th Ter- SUrke, Agent
BASIC 55'50 6:30: p. m.Wedneaay. i George Rettinger, failure to -- Can be seen at Tanner's Gar- race. Gainesville. Fla. Phone
Bible Claalflf'. have 'vehicle under control age. Lawtey Hiwy 301.. : FR 2-0110 or FR 6-5631. tfche PEYTON FLORIST
HOUSE Per. Month 1 and causing accident, fined -. ... 3tp 11-2 119 S. THOMPSON ST.
:30 p. in. *- *C FRAME HOUSE FOR SALEto PHONE $81-4155 _
PIUS ALL EQUIPMENT $27.50. WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVEIf be moved. Anton Zacek. NIGHT 964.3191 or 969-1022
ILLEGAL YOU would enjoy working 3 Hampton Junction US 301 & DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS
or 4 hours a dav calling re- c+e4. AA 1ft TtnFOR We Wire Flowers Anywhere
nil! rlv epph month on a erouo tfchf
of Studio Girl Cosmetic clients RENT -Unfurnished 2
nn a route to he established bedroom house in Citv: also ,
BUCKS in and around Starke. and are "nfuml hec' hpH-nom how
willip to mak light de1ivpr- in country. W. H. Nollman, 510
.. lj-7';;... For Person Persons in joe WH*. to STTTDTOCOSMFTIC fflPL "T ,.."..- pF tf"1l. FIELDREPRESENTATIVE
Any or to Engage Doot. NW-9 '

1De T'CHESTNUT HILL Living n'Gn ple Calif"'nta. Route LADIES BULOVA Diamond
and GROCERY will bay uo to $5 M wr. hoaro4he Watches. now from $39.95. Permanent, secure position
room dining with and MARKETHalf
n.1 R and only J5 down. Pick Tours for
cross ventilation, kitchen, three out now for Christmas. Dah- ,aggressive yomlgman
Idrge bedrooms separatedfrom Mile North of City Limits-U. S. 301 Business Under A Fictitious Name'Unless 17" PICTURE TUBE. $19.95: mer's. 112 E. Call Rt. age 21 to 29, high
living area for complete ", 21" Picture Tube. $29.95: plus fitch 11-30 graduate with
OPEN7DAYS labor. One warranty. At abov intelligence
7AM..IIP.M. I, year verage
prjyacy, bath and porch.
I Dahmer's TV & Appliance WANTED: LISTINGS. FREE and leadership ability.

READY 67-64 The Name Is Registered .. Center. titchz 11-30 NO OPEN PAY.LISTINGS.STROUT NO REALTY.SALE No experience necessary,

TO LIVE IN IPJ..M, .. TWO MILES OF STARKE J. Hansen. Rep. 5 mi. 8. of we win train and develop.
Per Month ,Ten acres of land. 3 bedroomCB Starke on U. S. 301. Phone Planned program of advancement

house needs completion. ( 468-1766. Waldotichg .finest em-
t elec. conveniences. Price $5.- ( ployee benefits. '
Read This Florida Law 000.00 A. J. Thorns, Realtor. FOR RENT 2 bedroom fur- Good
Hershey's Maxwell House Instant nished house. Adults. Conven- starting salary, pins

.., .,. .. FOR SALE One 7 inch ient located. Phone 9647182. automobile allowance
t l SUGAR COFFEE Thor power saw and one elec- tfche
tric hand drill. Perfect con- LOCAL FINANCE
"It shall be unlawful for defined henia. dition. 504 E Laura St. Itchg COLONIAL FLORIST
any person or persons, ti to COMPANY
SIbs. 39c oz. jar 79c Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke.
FOR RENT2 bedroom unfurnished -Flowers wired any'place.. Flowers 116 N. Walnut Street
roomy but compact enrage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name sa herds defined garage apartment. for all occasions locally.
home with large living room, Limit 1 with $5.00. Limit 1 with $5.00 Phone 9644921. tfchg Phone 9646291. 506 East Starke, Florida

dlning-kitchen area with'serving Food Order Food Order without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the Nona St. tfcht Phone 804.0101 .

bar, two bedrooms, bath, AMBITIOUS MARRIED MAN. For Appointment
front porch and optional clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal plus &f teafamis 2345. FOR LOCAL. ESTABLISHED FOR RENT-Furnished apart
DEL MONTE WATKINS ROUTE. ments.- Reasonable rates. Near

carport. FRUIT COCKTAIL 303 with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid &ffidarit CAR AND REFERENCESNECESSARY. ''shopping center. Phone 9811Cherry- I
can 23cI an 'PERMANENT. 2011 or call at 213 S. FOR RENTehg
BASIC 49.03'HoUSE DEL MONTEENGLISH I I GOOD PAY. WRITE: MR. T. St. [Shell Oil Co- Office U In the country an old house
( ( signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the nastei of P. CAMP. 659 WEST PEACH- $10.00 per month. 2 bedroom

Per Month PEAS 303 canV.21c %. TREE ST... N. E., ATLANTA. FURNISHED one bedroom house with elec. conveniences
( II' afl thoee interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest GEORGIA. 4tchsr 11-2 apartments for rent. W. H. IV\.00, month.A .
KOUNTRY KIST Nollman. 510 N. J. THOMAH Realtor
FOR RENT Three bedroom at
CORN 303 cans-2 For. - 29c. i j. 'of.each, and the fictitious name under which said! business .IB carried tractively furnished cottage on / WORTH, THE TRIP

i i Kin ley Lake. Central heat-I I FOR RENT-3 room furnished Mobile Homes Always
HUNT'S PEACHES No. 2W can 25c on.. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring in?. Mrs J. W. Kincaid. phone apartment with porch. Private below market, and clean.
ij 964-1491. tfchg bath and entrance. Gas heat. LAKE GENEVA
ROYAL i to'- in business under shell. hare advertised hla Adult or couple with infant.
engage a fictitious name er LARGE HOUSE FOR SALE- Reasonable rates. Phone 964- TSAILEH PARE
LONG GRAIN RICE 3 Ibs. 39c I COm 1etel7 famished [C 7692. itch/ 1 mI. SE Keystone Hts.
their intention to register said fictitious name at least 'week I four
GA. REDBEANS nee a er apartments] double range. on Route 100
--, ."- 210 N. Cherry St BE SURE to see WORLD
,-- 2 cans For - '- 25c ,(4) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as-defined by law in the csmiy: Enjoy a home plus income. BOOK before buying any en- 1'ARJJFgutptnent
The OAK HILL A lot of house See J, B. Bullinrton Owner. cyclopedia. M.. A. Payne, your ref

for the money, with huge LACE TISSUE 4 For a.- 19c where said registration. is to be made, and'said registratiea ct&H set fee tfcht local representative since 1956.. >PJawD.r t -
fivtng-dining' area. Convenient FOR SALE -BendIx semi- Box: 603. Pa. 964-3794 tfchg PlacatingI2YAtl9'rtAI

kitchen, three bedrooms, bath GOOD HOPE accepted the clerk of the circuit court except open receiving proof etsueh automatic washer '45. G. F. I ;

end optional carport. MILK 8 cans . $1.00 ': Snell. phone .584-8595., Lumber SaleWrecking Equipment For Leery Jib
publication. Stchx 11-16 S
READY 6O.33 ARMOUR'S Limit 1 With.$5.00 Food Order : : Superior Tractor Co.
WANTED To Join car pool
to LIVE IN Per Month VEGETOLE 3 Ibs. '. 49c going to Gainesville. Call at PHONE EV 9-C772
6 Karolyn :Kaufmann. 964-3544 Camp Blanding 5252 W. Beaver Jack
MARGARINE Ib. Quarters 17c tfchg.


I VIENNA SAUSAGE $1.00 ', If you are engaged in business; under any Jiame FOR kitchen.3 RENT 2'apartment.Duo-Therm-NIcely furnished Electric heat- 2x8's 2x128 up to 22. THROUGH High Courses.School THURS&AY.subjects. Business All

LYKE'S ers. 1... 1-4 mIle on' E. Bessent feet long. Spanish Mechanical Drawing.

I CORN LYKE'S BEEF. HASH 3 For $1.00 other than your own, have not had thB name turn 9691545.left at bridge. Phone tfchg SELLINGCHEAP Testing USO.Bldx.: contact services.Office.L..White Negro H. Gibson.students students -

RENT3 bedroom
: contact Prof. Eddie
CHILI with BEANS 4 For $1.00 house. Close to city limits. U. T1aom tmI. RJE Tflgfr School.
S. 301 north. Phone 9642465. PHONE 964-4001 UHorses a t
\... 'SNIDEITS properly advertised and registered we will he tfeh T
'. Horses
Ready mix concrete concrete
NO. 1 WHITE block. cones fence posts sand HORSES!

IRISH POTATOES Ibs. 25c glad to give you all necessary Information to oyster cement.shell mcrtar,limeroct mix.! rock'and steel.roof Supply We Got 'Em.U RIde 'Em

,' gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg Starke '$1.50i'er Hour
SMOKED BACON Ib. - 39c Bn3ferd Enxteeeriar Co. Instruction'-$150 Hour
400 w. Madison St. what should do.
M HONE 3bJd ifet'trf FOB p
.. 964-8641 ja jr; i* ,
aged Housekeeper. Live Inermanent.
WEINERS BOLOGNA. t..l;D .f')i. 19c I -- ,- A good home. at Greyhound. Baa Station.tlchg.- Ph. 4213, Keystone Hgate. .
1 >- .. 889-2355. 2tp 11-2



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I ,. Bradford Y County's Fair took on an entirely new look last =r'; ; ... : ,. '- .- ; ,
t i t' week with "more of everything," including spacious new fairgrounds ".J biggest And Best' No Exaggeration# I

'i. ', '4 just north of the Starke State Farmers Market. ,: .
flF r 1' ry With enthusiasm at 'a high peak, predictions were, that ;', ..
f the annual event, under direction of the new Bradford Coun-

i wf"k ; ty Fair Association,would soar to even greater heights next .:
-4- year, attracting participation in a three or four county area.
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i: 4 Plans are to obtain several permanent buildings for loca- '
n tion on the new grounds, with the assistance of state match- +> ." 7'
I ing funds. :

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.Y Exciting finish to free-for-all horse I race is pictured in a

cloud of dust kicked up by flying horses' hoofs. I

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% Deputy Dolph Reddish (left) and Sheriff P. D. Reddish, R
bearing flags for the Sheriffs Posse, make striking picture Three.Florida. State Cabinet members graced the openingof
Bradford Fair: Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Con-
against carnival
gay, background. }
1 .: ner (cutting ribbon), State Comptroller Ray Green, and Secretary ,
,! of State Tom Adams. ;

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; aoff; Junior Equitation winners: Lynn Goodbread (right), of
i v Florahome, 1st place; Emory Prevatt, Jr. (center), of Starke, I

I k 2nd; and Paul Smith, Heilbronn, 3rd.

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Top ranking, cattle: '((1-r) :'.J,'E. Conger showing Emory .; : ; -- -

.i 'prevail, Jr's' ,Reserve. Champion i tfereford female! ;"Joe.'Bass '... _.?,.. 'I .,-. -.t- -.._. ...t.. ,

1';,a, llt raWCliatpionHereford female f e f e .. -
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GRANDM CHAMPIONS ,of Cattle'Show: George Brown. k -

f I. of Lake,Geneva,:WhiteFace.Hereford, bull; Floyd Baker of .
T. 'W. Baker& ,Sons, grand champion Angus bull

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IJ : most be-ribboned young man .at the Fair.
Pictured above, he's wearing Rosette won for

_. -........_ _;t# f ......,.. .....,' "Cr : .- '-. i 1st place in Clover Leaf on his Palominos
? .p. Three-yeasweJa-Mfchael: Sanders of :JIj- pony, Sailor; and holding on leash his Reserve ..
Brooker Garden Club's Tri-Color horticulture exhibit,was 'Starke'and three-month-old.Shetland Grand Champion stud pony Is. Champion Hereford cow Other awardswon
\ viewed with admiration by hundreds of fair ,visitors. pony, ""Sweet Thing fell in love at shown by its proud owner; Murray by Emory were: 2nd place for grooming

; i. ', first sight during. ,the poof show: SatSipprell of Have-A-Look Pony. Farm,, of animal; 1st place in race for all -ponies
urday afternoon. ** Florahome.. under 46 inches; and 2nd place in free-f-all.tlbn .
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: L.. Gentry, Mrs. O, OGeiger, L Y TTTTTTTYTTTT Y. Dobbs and.children. last.Sun' 'Sunday; YYY Y TTTTYTYYYYYTYY, long enougt to.eat.ch up on
I I Blue Ribbon Winners :fclrs. T.' W. Markey, Mrs* A day., Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jones the gossip. Got back: Saturday
L. Crosby Jr., Mrs. H. B. Hamilton NEY RIVER Brantley Turner.of the State and son; and Mrs. Nan''Mer- CLAY HILL about noon.

.iA. Mrs.' J. H. DuPre ,Mrs/ Farm spent' last Saturday ritt had Sunday dinner: with Mr. and Mrs. C. B, Croft,
Around '$650 in prize money bread Florahome. Special Rosa Pinholster. Mrs}. -H, By Bay TurnerAAtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA with .his ar.dfather4' RoyTurner. Ralph and Loretta Merritt Bj; Mn. 1.- L. SlrkklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA from the Jones Road Baptist
wfll be distributed among rib Clover Leaf: Emory Prevatt (Special blue ribbon.entry by Crawford Visiting with the Rev ,Joe Church were with us In Sun*
Clothing & TeiiSe* .1 Mr. and Mrs.; E. A. Sapp at- Hoops during the weekendwere
bon-winners at the Bradford day
Jr., Starke. State Prison, for 90,0-pound School and :church ser
County Fair. The list of blue Free-for-all: Emory Prevatt, Durocrboar. *Mrs. Smith DeVoe Mrs. Jt :Mt and Mrs. Nelson Dekle tended the homecoming football Mrs. Mary Simpson ofKnorville ... vices last Sunday. Mr. CroftisAssodationai
ribbon-winners: is as follows: Jr.. Starke. MiscellaneousFarm F.; Hazen. Mrs. EUa Belsarioi;I of Jacksonville were Sunday game in Gainesville Saturday Tenn., mother of We wonder how many miss- \ Superintend.
Caitto Senior Free-for-all. : T. j Products Mrs. Ellen Stuart Mrs' J.' G. dinner guests 'of' Mr. and Mrs. Mrs ROQP; also a sister of ed our intelligent writings' for,' ent of Intermediates. in the
.. ngus'..;; Grand, Champion Beck Hampton. State Prison, Herb Thomas,. Caldwell Mrs: Marian: ;Flnu- M. L. Johns and family. Mr. and. Mrs. Richard Jonesand Mrs. Roop Mrs. Lloyd Collins the last two weeks? Well,. we Black Creek Sunday School
bull.TP Wt'Baker: &'Son, Lake SenloEquitation: Dolph David Wainwright, J. A.. .4- can, Mrs. J. D. Doyle,' Mrs. Rev Rex Brookins was over a son of Macclenhy enjoyed and husband. their children were away on a visit to Vir.giniathat's Association. Ha win preach
fish at the homeof from
Geneva. Reserve Champion, Reddish Starke. McKinney, James Lee, Don Ralph Pearsall., Mrs. Bertha our way Sunday visiting Roy supper and grandchildren why. As we have for us at Highland on Nov
f Glenn'Sapp. Starke. Poultry Brandes. J. fl.. White,,J. R.. Pearce, Mrs. D. E. Hill Mrs.C. Turner, Mrs. J. L. Johns and Ralph and Loretta Merritt Maryvifle, Tenn. In honor of four children there, living 19.. Everyone Is invited to attend
Donald Brandes Lloyd Bryan Wainwright, ,Lynn, White, L. Scholl Mrs. J. L. Brown- others. Wednesday of'1ut week. this' occasion other relatives closetogether; of course we services at.'this'time.
rWhite 'Face; Hereford Bull- Mrs. Marie'Banks and Miss home
gathered at the Roop did not have time to think of
Moore Gertrude John- and Mrs: E. A.
Larry Whitehead Otis Aubrey lee. Mr. Sapp Mr. Saunders will preach
Grand Champion, and Reserve Ida Merritt Mrs. luncheon. .
Melton, Jesse Wheeler, Paul son. '!Leoh Dicandk, J. W; .>' Horticulture and Mrs. N. .G. Moody attended accompanied Sunday for a picnic writing. We- had a .very enjoyable for us next Sunday night.: We
Champion, George Brown, Nan Merritt to the Gator Mr. and Mrs.
Smith Jimmy Salmon, Titus GaskinS John Dees, A. H. Tri-color Sweepstakes. : services at the First These Included vacationevery minute had 14 14 Sunday School last
Geneva Growl in Gainesville.Mrs. Claude Cogdill and family. it. '
Olson. Harley Jr. Brooker Garden Club. Christian Church last SUn- tc-f Sunday. The intermediate
Hereford females Grand Rabbits Edv/iartonal' [Clubs] day morning.. Flora B.. Nettles spent and'Mr.. and Mrs. Bill Cogdffl Tho:first thing when we Girls won the,banner, with S
Champion- .Ba. s,- Starke; George Ma/tm., Otis Mel- I State Farm Home Demon- ,Individual Pinholster blue ribbons: Robert Dobbs, M; L. Johns; the weekend in Ocala with and family, all of Starke.'Mr got. home, .we learned that grad of 84. Tfi* Beginners
Reserve .Champion? Emory ton, Lloyd Olive. James Norman stration Club. Mrs. Rosa Mrs.' Iva R.-L. Black, and Morris Bran- Mr. -and Mrs., W; M.Mann. Johnny Judd and son of David Orlando -!i some convicts are on the ran them ft close race with a ,j
Prevatt Jr., Starke.. Jimmy -Salmon, 'D, H. Educational [Schools] Douglas. nen were fox hunting Satur Ralph and Loretta, :Merritt Mr. and Mrs. loose .and doing all the damage grade of 83< We have 28 en. !I
Dairy females Grand Crawford. WE-co1ored school. ,Purple- Rosette Award day nightJt being so dry, the 'entertained relatives and Lawson of Auburndale, and they can.'This wasn't very rolled in Training Union and ;
Champion and 'Reserve Swine I II Baked Goods Vocational Agriculture Class. dogs could not do much trail neighborhood friends, with ,a Mr.. and Mrs.Grady Simpson pleasant news to come hometo there were 30 present on Oct., !
t Champion.Paul Meng.Starke.' Wayne Irkland, pen of I I Pam.Parker, Mrs. Bob.;,Bad- State Prison.. ing.The lovely Halloween party at and ,family-of Branden., Part 22 bUt only 18 last Sunday !
Shetland Ponies five feeder pigs; Robert Crews gett"Mrs. S.A. DeVoe.. Red Rosette: Starke Garden J. Nesmiths of Lake their home on the banks of of this group enjoyed a visit to While we were traveling; Hope to do better next ;
f Class 1. Murray Sipprell fat barrow: Charlie Crews 4-Betob Club. Butler1 were visiting Mr. and New River last Saturday night. St. Augustine on Monday, going and' coming from week, so please don't get Imp ;
Jlorahome: Class 2. W, R. fat barrow:, Raymond Crews. Celeste DeVoe. Gloria Jean Arts And Crafts Mrs. Jack Parrish and children The 38 guests all had a won- after which the outofstatevisitors Virginia! we .saw the first patted 1st .1H: .
Campbell. Melrose: Class, Duroc gilts:. Alice Crews DuI .Newsome. Karen Hansen, ,Zn- Mrs. Kay Lyons and -Mrs.SvelynBesBet last Sunday. derful time. fields i of cotton being picked .
1 Murray Sipprell Florahome:I roc'.gilt;' S. 0. Crews. Duroc ger Hansen Marilyn McCrary.Crary .. copper' tooling Wayne. Gibson.Was admitted Rev. Joe Roop has been turned home. that we had ever seen in our '-
Class 4, Murray Sipp 'ell, gilt C8mmtmlt1' to, the Gainesville. Medical caned toe pastor of Heil life. Saw two truck loads of TQ SIGHT' PC1KT tor the'ay
Florahome; class S, R. c.I I MOk Goats Canned Goods ,S... .Purple"" :;Rosette: 'Bradford Center for an operation on alain bronn Baptist Church. THE RIGHT POINT the. cotton going to market, ant] J01t'. wrH& Cssse ta ands

Dampier.Starke: Class 6, E I .. Mr. and Mrs. J: W..Simeral, Mrs.:; Ralph 'Pearsall, Mrs.. 'County. Hospital 'Auxiliary.Youth arm. ,, Mrs. D. R Nettles visited tray you write Cfese in .. also great fields of peanuts J'GU'faft ESTEB-: .
Yarbrough! Melrose Keystone, Heights; Saamenand.Toggenburg R. P. Young, Mrs. 'Henry 6oweU'Mrs. GnasFuture < i'ir. tknd'Mrs. Kennth Dobbs Mr.. and Mrs.. J. P. Watkins select yt a favorite ESTE5- Very short on news' again EEOOS Fosataia. r es. TELE*
Lynn ., ; and-daughter'.of ,Jacksonville: and Mr and'Mrs. W. E. Par- BROOK Fad Pea.TEL: >t-, GBAPH. .
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KEYSTONE HICHLKflTSBy are'itha <-* parents'of a son,'i ?41r.. Callie Rye of Grandin,

KALENDARThnrsday Home;Field'i loB ,n tnr) born October in Alachua Mr.Mi's.. R. Smith of
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: : "csaLe: Budget .I't .t.' Pen By V Mrs.- Alice Ratkhiauaer General;Hospital ',. V Jacksonville and Me. and

: The Keyston e Heights |n- V Mrs. Glynn, Rothhammer Mrs.Lamar'Clough,of Gainesville -

tAlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJAAAAAAAAAAAAJEhUoween. Thnrsday Z hails tettirh 'to1 the Borne re- '.A..... tiAlti\j )1IA : viSited her mother Mrs. Clyde :' were called to. ChattaV
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Carnival Lovorn, best female. ; and Faye 1)ijpnaLdie Chibj 10 CutsMillaj'Keystone servatiort ,this' TViday- -rfghtwhen. 11 sJY A covered "disn'Hppfef was1 I Wesley,
Draws: ,'&;'Crawl!** Logsdpn, :'toosf original:* ?*'* a. ..," Vpa' a'.:'fW1. I :they meet Baldwin afr f held, at Trinity1 Parish-'House. General Hospital. % ,. V i illness of their.sister Miss

Tjbe: annukf"FtA Carnival Winners the'-mfaed'teams lcmhIzCmrch< $ Choir p.m.V V Wednesday Oct 25 ,and' a'', .The Woman's Club wil I Mary-M.{erring.Mri \

for Halloween held'thls''yea* werE 'Bruce"-Sunderlahd and Practice"'"; (> Dt"It.:' Heights budget for J Saturday the Indians The reconditioned Keystone large attendance greeted ,tha I!,i sponsor a bake sale to beheld : and ;, Christian 01- )

at the Reservation; was wen Robert *Pater: Job "W'irren' 'DeMoiay' MeejtinjT; Masonic the fiscal year 19612%a*\ journeyed-to Jsnningj .where Heights ''gelf course win have new minister-. his ;-wife, Saturday, Nor. 11," at,the post sen-of New-York City are ,
,., ,, ",. t, reduced, by resolution from their seventh official opening1 i .
VCVV its
attended 'desjflW the fact,that and'Steve iEimore'''w' tcn- u.& jf7u'iP.; ;m. they dopped Saturdayand Rev. and Mrs. Heatea. v offke- spending several weeks at

itwas the''same- night 'asJatof able mehtionv FrHay> Nov J" $39,380 to $35,455, at a special straight game of the season Sunday Nov. 4-5, after Mrs. H- A, Barnett home The Womans Club will V tbeir.. eloter home in Grandin. ,

( Qrowl, 'and did: not 'Ct O'Connor and all his fRc t ii7 "Luncheon.. 12:1; $ meeting ,of the Town CmiBftil by doe of 22-Q. b1ng out ol use fOX many V after a brief stay:in'the Brad*I were-Rrst*.Mrs- All n. Gras Mrs.,..G. Hinson Sr -'ofGrandin

coincide, wltlf, niostfolki' pay miiteen D bers"deserVe'a noon, H sonJc"Halti '" V Tuesday night. Another resolution V .Coach Mike| Burdgfes' youthful years.. V ford County ,Hospital Mrs. I ham and J.frs.Seg'Uf;. second ; accompanied her son, I

d ys. The 'ni e jiarl of having"it lot'of;credit'rfor'a"wellorgahized..caTriffal. 'Pre-gamev plkde afterch&t was adopted' cutting 'the 'au '* iJu up a strong ,The nine-hole course, situ- Mary Mender? earing place, Mrs. Paley .BoYd .*nd A. 04,Jr:. to Miami on SaturII
J wf'Boosters' ,town's current lt le1'J''frcmt first- alfiight and traile4-it7 ateoTr tin. rolliag;'terrains ad- '. V
on the reservation, "-was' the .: V 'ars l1ncj-"up J1 4IS. ". her. V V V tOll II Mrsx John -Strawn; third day jnorning. While there

fact that' there''fa-plentf of in passnig;'we would Uke .V 'af 1C1 't ,. V'" 13 toll am j4 JUSt, 8-0 ItV tntermlssi, rL : Joining Keystone dub-Estates. Mr. and Mrs. George Ideman' ;- place Mrs.. Mary ,Cook and Mrs. .-.JCnson will b e under
Chief items stricken in the The4'Indians nadoar/ 13 under the "
'eorttmertd betfef-hati unconditioned! Miss-Iva UiIIyer.V mBdicat'Observation.
room. for'pjenty1 of people: to cur Cilb! Spaghe of St.> Augustine 'were
: revised buifget approved & |erV dressed! out for the perv1s1on'of,Willard Knight.* V
childreaVad lots of1 room oeorgr'iSchaeffer,4rnSr: felihtd' n Ir17:39t2 1)#. grid< dinner V Friends W Mrs. F. W.
Fl1.V Suer; 5' ; ; guests of Mrs. Alder.man's : Mr. and Mrs. George TllgliV -
ardund -aM.t.here -waifjo '.'tanlr* ifiwafer Bfrer 200( ;; day night Sttre ISW f6r partial contest and vert down-to 11players1 pro at the Palatka GOlf;V and (Continued on next Past) .
to ; < School'Cafeteria. brother-in-law Blackburn
run and sis man and Mr. and Mrs. -
repayml&'oY i' PrPOed dtirmg-the'last half. Country Club.'Ibaeoume *Is
danger Of;' any of them tithes 'tha'evenhigWt' the Footbalfgame, 5fldwjri v. ter, Mr. and Mrs.Banyan fYYVY'yvwwyty4v-vwyvy' ,of Grandin attended the
out into A. trtis be who de1dgned 'aS'tv $23,000 loan foV 'i 'mmi1clp21 &!leoncussOn.and'meked anotI 3X188 yards long, :;with 4' darting the' street Info P. T. at Indians; at Keystone Kelly.V V V V Gator Growl lastFriday
of..n'oncoming 'the i.Aguanur t bootb, ," ** building ,r gram-. $409 I kte 'added two' mom tort the of ::39, and has excellent crasSgreens. "GR'
.the path tion 8 p. 'm. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams AtNliW night. V V
automobile.' Cfle4 have- heard ,and who volunteered'to be1 the iupficateBFidfe Club meetrrftPm I,previously: budgeted for uS'e' growing -easualiy Ust. 'I and Mrs. Marie'Glen of
V the Mel-
I as matching 'funds' tdf the 11 Fullback'George Leath led! /The1: pro shop has not yet 1 If_ H 1 'Those attending
sad tales of.children who had "fall fay"/ 'V liMny fl Bridgeport Conn. who are
: Keystone sights library. 1tIId?Indian ground attack w1tlf; been constructed butt the I By Mrs. Rebecca Braatley rose-Bronson football game at
done just this because, they ,School Honor Roll Community Church Young i' moving to Dundee, are: visit ito, night
t Tuesday wetihr' #ai litadjournedzesstO'OVa ywdix'aliiut g third of building committee working 1 1 .. h "'" Meh-ose Friday were
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ere wearing masks aridcouldn't X'lot &) 1d girls have People Met, 1 p. m., in educational JIll Mr. and Mrs R.- F. Sim A.A..' .Goodbread, Raymond
well V serious meeting the' 16r( total that Surges'tfe on plans for one to be started 4 Jilcs, z CUtf Bi4 xi. ..Rebecca Lynn
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se been doIng seme building. mons.V- M V ;i :
called Octoiberar.f'pT'tlie'-par* ( s fj1cked \r- 'VfUtUTfl the Winters Joy and -Johnnie
re up.ur 111 the flR1', Brantley were shopping
: The Carnival started with studying at Keystone School Dance in School Cafeteria pose of cJinfassin ,.the1', vote 6ontet,, c. .'C' meanwhile forts .are: ''being I Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Addison I in ,Palatka Thursday after Johnson, of Florahome,.,Jim-
a motorcade through town this year, as eyldenced by this after sponsored by .
for the game V in the oct' 24-freeholder 'Q-.1'terbaek Ray Wtogats made tx>.rtnfe; g trailer,for ithi* and daughters visited last noon, bringing Mrs. Minnie nile and David Rye, Edward
with Milltean in nice long honor roll cheerleaders.
Tommy The V flit : OY. election, and to reoonsaer 41;ff and halfback..Miie livo 'purpose, .*. V weekend in Jacksopville with I Rye of Palatka back to yariies, and Wendell Cumbersof.
Keystone first sfeMreefcperi: il 4
dlarge. 8a1 t '
4 1961.62 budget in the light.of were other jtandoijts in. thefieldTackle Leslie Stephenson ef Keystone Mr and Mrs. C. L. Henderson Grandin for the.-weekend. Grandin.Mrs.E. .
dvilJte '
DepY.: 1 Debta fs
trucks, Fjr Jeep; IPtrstorad&: Spark- .rtt ,4' sponsored by
Ambulance state- man 'E6ttie! <"Madsen, Ate a negative 171 to ioO() vote by bac DividScliareffer : a former enwl ye of and family. Rebecca Brantley ,has returned J. Huts m.of Grandin -
-Highway.pa ensj of, .car.;; Towrt Beam, daSDbTuia (. t.n!'rnsafj f ttost! 'dfee; ;)'in candy the freeholders on the proposed aid 'lifletoacker Tommy Sperry Corporation, has been A-l and Mrs. Wilson Tyre. to Grandin after \ ; and her mother. Mrs. Irwin

JPoUce' car, and V a 'conYertible Neat' I1I lnd&Khi1beSterUn frtrnriftig.f:>f S. building program. Byrd drew praise from Bttr employed as club pro. who have been stationed in spending several days in Orman, of Windsor, were business -

belonging '' Marpiet L e'; Councilman Bill Beam introduced dges for their defensive line An invitation has been extended Newfoundland, visited for Gainesville on a combined visitors in Starke last
to 301 Belote,'madeup'ih ; i. Sunday i Nov, 5'Sftto
: motoreade/-chewheaders. Anthohy Burke and Cheryl 'jour* b church in the the budget-cutting, play, to members of the three weeks with his parents.Mr. business and pleasure trip. Thursday. .

V which set forth Club and Mrs/A Tyrethen and
aitiretf in their 'lini- Tomes: *< 4.V mot 1 ? V 'I Starke Golf and Country David Zan Brantley, W v------t ,
that the previously( ipprwreSd ., -. to.be guests the ,Keystonfr left Saturday 'for Dyess .Air C..'Bures, Mrs. Vir..Herring, .
.forms, rpdle 'In the motorcade, 'Second Grade: Susan Baker St: 'William's: Choir Practice '
80 budget the Program; the theme of which V Force Base' at Abilene', Texas- I I'N U It:4"N tflf
which starte4 at 4:30: iran ,-B tiv 'Jae't.so r,' 'Charon ? tit"O i:: V $39; adaptedflasunitioii' Club aad'plaY" the.neWl.opened and Warren Brantley were on
Scalei "that' fh ;town 1 6" "Conservation. Col: John iCourse, this'-'SatuTday 'and Mrs. Lasseter is'moving the the sick list last week,'but are Auto..FfreamialtyBondi
:thq f1r bouse'and, Dened tithe Mar .' Cindy lynn "'Pbst'BaSi5 Church. Young .
'Iteservatton'at 5'po zn., Johnny V'a1ldej it. V. Ray Pe6pieVJCh"oir ftactide, 6:30: would contruct' newV-ity McDowalt; th'ev guest speakersharexf' / Sunday -." rf. Melrose Beauty Salon to the all better now. ,and .AlHe4LhteaReynolds

at which' (time"'the' costuftte Vatiehn. and 'VielipWb1dd n V hall-library and other 'facilP wtth the;ctab hfe: -experiences membership drive is em- new post office. building. Roy Mann of Bunnell visit-
: P. n'I; Insurance
ijegatt: V ;Thfrd----- OeThfl'OCOflnorV Community ties, 'would bringin more '_In. growing'roses V 1.6- rent1 .unde1' way for'ther Key Everyone is cordially invited ed two of his fox hunting '
parade. Church Young .
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Chuck ewman and DickS ; ;Diane"Pareo5esV Gerald Ptop1e"Meet.'. '?'. min eduAnne's money 'than howrwpiired-. eally.; V V iV stone Clult',with finitiatiorfi fees to open houseThursday Nov. pals.'Weldon and Z. W. Brant r } reAe1'' "V

I Lovorn *were, $ V'tfv"charges of'thecostume'jparade. Mathia -ilicha'el' Valldejuli- MtiitnVV V 'J. Beani'also ffitroduced'trie' re- Mrs.V Paley Boyd of Melrose, t.at '$l00.Annualdues: are$100if 2fromito5pm.; ley, last Friday. W. i..Reynolds

s6t Hon lowerinl1 t from raV a Ihrte-toiuW talk'onWife. paid 'advance, iof Mrs.: L.M. Lesley of Mid- Ph.Keystone. .2m. 4fOl
Escorted by Michael Marco, -Harry 1'easd 'ET 6:30: p. Mr. and Mrs:'John Richardson -
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A;f- F 1tol1. V& $10'pey month,.if paid month- dleburg recently visited her
De Qlly6uides 'the ehH-1 rOaU of HefthtJI.FIa.
: the t1 ; le, Variessa MUlican, Mount Dora 'recently .
{ *Reservation m.Monday :Mayor M. L. Beasley, who V Afthe close of the meeting, feplus20; :percent tax: The mother and stepfather, Mr
dren < ned the Wolfe.'pormat S arkman, Vw- NOT. Cafechism' visited Mr;'and Mrs. J. S-La. V 'f'
V had 'reconimend lvthV cat-' Mrs.. T fllesvand' her initiation fee imll toward and Mrs.W. D.-Gornto.
intetf time ''Newman; so Coste. i -
: at the apP Jedby.Dr. ke Byrd. Christir (. pam's! V.f ,1 '-
'Cb m& :to. esife, fMrs R-W DwyerVJr' ,, a .' 1d"Mrs. i
back to : offered. capital improvement V Mr.- a B. J. -Alderman .
ers .and SheriffS Susan Widegren, grades .1-6, 3:45 m. '
Christff Lorna< Cam : p. Mr: Ada Roberson is stay- "facia Hirqone
rf4 ce"thd'builget further by find Mri4 E./A. served The, fee for nonmembers have returned home after
> greens
; D. RVddfc&of' 'Bradford Marijyn Davis, Robed Henry, Art Class for children, Dot ,; cookies. V ing with heii'son4noiaw and
eliminating 'th towns '"day coffee anfl for nine 'm.-Lakeland
$1.50 spending several days formerMedlcinV
County; oh" horse'oack'Judgesfor flobert'Pijrdy. n4caMnPatil Newman's house 3:30 p. m.
Carl : daughter, Mr. and Mrsy-Russel
'oIficef"Afteralengthy' .BktJ1cf. Per BeneeX "
ikU tar hole :where at-
time holes or $3.50 lor ; or Mr. Alderman
S the best costumes were Fldrida1 \ Federation ofWoman's "
{art1nl "
: discussion, howerfer; it JS\r afA g, >ct:t 22, entire 'day >A special in. of Nobles and daughters on Lake' tended cattlemen meeting.Mrs' V ApproVrf
Mrs. Camille Stewart and Dr. Clubs Dist. V meet- '
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Fourth Grade: Kerry Shack- as decked' W-'mamtaiti' Rene'e'D 10te1 ifeughter-'of Mr. will b$ Winnot. /- r' V V f "
$1.5, for renttre, ay .
D. It Thcmps&n of
: Albert Holt of Keystone Gerald Payton, Mickey in?, Gainesville. 10 a. m. The tart war te
leford, i'MHrir Bffl-Bel&te celebrated Betty Land of
; Tampa
I p_ depiftm nt at''tt pr J offered-to students what-pre Putnam ,Hall entered..Putnam
Heights and Col. George Community Church Board
; Michael Funderburkeitoberta : eliminate thin ex*
Brokas, visited her r--1
Bah, her JrtHdateOct; 13 V uncle and I aunt :
; sent-teelr cards.
sent strc1rVof.oda1 actmt -
Price Clarence Mrs. of' Trustees educational ,Memorial Hospital in .Palatka.Ust.FrJdar.to.
: meeting, hair
Austbi, pebroah 19owhab1ated1y with >amKsefid Mr. and Mrs Bunyon Kelly cess problem
one riight wtri, andoti* Mel f directors 'of the Keystone ,t. .
Joe Daurer, arid General Robert building, 7:30 m. ? an emeigenc : .
Haw si Cindy Hetheimitott, ? p. V V "tta' her Saturday.' V V ; f ( : ja-. V
f. m n; 'f'ie ttaI'P U budget dub will meet this week
Holls, air of )\ketroseWinners' 'General Meeting Community operation. "
: WilMants.JOianefDavlslessen reque.t'profM'
Karen: I J-V hon There 'were for : :rf
included'1n '- t1w tani, t ttr-G8 prizes to'elect,new,officerzrtergai1e.an4 ; -- Mr. and Mrs. Brinson helda
a : the bebfa i&tght, BaAn-: Cfnftch Women, educa- So iII' / the"besf UI1estcSmeing 'Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Owen ,: fioiuU adrtee. A
'make farther: '$as party at their hQme< recently. .
VPre-School, 'GroupJ' fieanleSpenceThoma's *Batherintf <: IriCk. tlbnal' f building, 7:30: p. m. I '. games; *t tf mcicMtd J for operationotthwe1ub;'--.* were 'in: Brunswick, Ga. last I't ', '; .CAS- *.as V*.l7si' CalWVV

best toalft Pamela Tomes,' Leon Triest, Cdyered Dish Supper. st. I from ,both football te'ms-. 1ritrly CoeeJ f V V _,.'? V V V Friday returning to Grandin d9terpib how
costume; 'Beth Runstedler, fend Sally'1h'annoit.Fifth WUU !'& Catholic Club, 6:15 Baldwin and Keystone andNorma"Valldejuliwo the5stunie V V Earnest Whitney has openeda Saturday,morning. f '( ,$V t, cop with year

best fem'afei f ;; and''Oretchen ; in Recreation Hall. : pecan shop at the old post f V hair eonditioa.
Wide" ; Mrs. Tom Holly and daugh-
: 'Pat Cox, Heights will be, serv. d their P1Jzaa. .fOT.c pire" a reference book for office. y'y'
Newman "most original. Teh' Are Instructions, St.Vflliaini c V AV V There J Is
: v ters of Florahome no
Charles 'VInCent; David Mi- supper after Ine g me. Sylvia D6dd, trtC"fl besteLbaet high school and college students. were callingon V
7 In Grades 1 and '2Billy 7:15: p. m. :7-- Mr.and Mrs. Carl Ford and friends here last Friday. .eUre f(*. ..
thia harmain Float; Gina V1f Candy Sale Mystery lovers will en- E. Dwyer
Hethering, best ntaler; cAt V cadets Syktel 7:30 daughters spent .
Sunday with ,
: sUIt4tlon.
'Massa; tMani' Ugerf; Marshall .V 'The cheerleaders will sell Guests .included"! Sylvia joy the new thriller? Just in Mrs: H. H. Gomto-is recovering -: ,
Debra Sparkman., best female; p.m:: .theif son-in-law andL.daugbtei"M1' EDMUND
S. Gallop Bharort Branndrf, Debra -. Various kinds "of candy on Dodd. Linda Anthony Marian Core and the dges. nicely from recent surgery ) -DWYEREMrologist
and Cindy Scale mo'st 10f'iginal. Art Class for Adults, and ); John ..81mmons' ', V
,. r Klngsbury, 'Sara Lou 0' potNewman Saturday morning, 'Nov. 4, Beasley, Norma Valldejuli, The library is open Monday, and Is now at home after I r -

Connor,' John McGrath. i }'; house, 8 9. m near'the post office. Proceeds Jackie, Pox,* Carol Warren. Wednesday and Friday, from nd family at Orlando. a short-stay in Putnam (17 Year Experience)

In Grades 3 and 4: Ricky 'Sixth GradefMarcia'Haber- Tusjaajr; Nov. 7 wiff be 'f or'the"'stersf"Clut1. Julie Walker, Dolores iMur- S tillS: p, m-, but plans are ,Mrs Harry Bradley, 'accompanied orial Hospital. Mem-I 197 W. Valv. Ave.,.Gainesville
Murrhee |was' the -winner for "MaW at 7:45 St. -
stroh. ', I V. : a. m. for flfe ene'jfch'd. rhee, Carolyn Purdy, John underway to have It-open 20 by he brother-in- V We ;ire ,pleased to see that Call FB-80St-f.r sppotnhnent4V

4,' the best male costume' !'Kalhy.. 'Church. Lions Project Successful Reid Jim Davi*,' Ernie .WU- hour a *week In the near future law, Mr. Bradley, (of Detroit, Z.-W..Brantley is well enough V
Andrewsen, best 'female7 and : Seventh Grade: Susan Bird, Circle of First 1 (_: :
Jfay 'Taylor ,. "Ktthiiiielg1tt&11a s Club I1ams'JrrG '"Allen, Steve ; VV4 ', Mich. ''Vfsltedtriends: In Mel to be outdoors after being con
Christine Nfewmafi ''most ort i PatttBraraion?Beverly ,Cueh Baptist church meets today, riibei"W H Shackletordf .; .' J. ; "- I ,- .. -,
m ? pleased with 8UttOn.BI1Wro1bert Eastern Star Has Birthday V .V-V'V V
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ginal. det; Nancy Kingsbury, Sara withMrji.. J. R. Smlth.
Ihe"proce ds'from Heir RoadBlock Timmy Hickman, V .The'.Ideal Chapter; Eastern -
*' In grades 5 and 6: Dicky Vinson, Lance Andrewsen, 'Vol\ er Fire Dept. Meet-
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'last: Ga'ry 'Stefanf celebrate
",-- Saturday mortiteJhe -Cooper, Brokas. Star will te'lts second -
Martin biest male l Kathleen Mickey Jackson and Terry ing Firehouse. 7:30 m':
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p. J. :. V fY
'Lions0. are 'Aniloas to /and.Mike Zike. fr -' birthday on Tuesday
Pesti ind Gina King. Eastern Star EfGHJS.IQJP'
Meeting 8 '
best\female; p V Lea '
find out who mightneed Ceramics Students evening Nov. 7, with a, birth-
_.Massa mOst'original Eighth Grade: Carol War- m., Masonic Hall. k V
Graies' :'glasses'; andi t not have''ttiewherewithallf ,,n e ognition V day parr/The men .of the :
In 7 and. up: Lance ren, Pat Cuendet, and Linda Wednesday Nov. 8 LAt "Ceramics .
Da ywf Tchbw Show in organization be hosts for
Andrewseri, best male; Elaine V i iI M is"Bowling teams bowl
Beck. S
elderly Orlando "SIJ I
I f'any' 'cMld dr pe-r- Jast'1Jeekend MiasPehny' the evening. Chairman of PIECJIQ1puANcr.1.V.sRvIcE
I V in League at Gainesville, 7" ;
Freshman: Ginny Camp V\J.j sorfr'ust a yo "Wh cantafford Bessette:won first and festivities will beD E; Mitchell. I :

COURT bell, ;Nancy O'Connor, 'Mar '.m. glasses? 'PTeaie let' I. 'second place rib ons on ;her and his committee will

SHO BEP IR garet Pater. Steve Shackle- Cottage Prayer Meeting toffaixf of Che $ ne"Orts two "Hand1ca I"-entries in the consist of IL Ia'Ownbey, W. V

) ford, Carol Stephenson, 'and ,7:30: p: m.. community Church. Itnbw of 1h it predic'ament.'Tarkey 's ow. These entries.were then: L Ownbey: and C..W?Owens. ; ; V .V ,r HARpWAREBrooklyn" V .'1M'ESTATE!

35 yjrs. Experience. Cathy Williams.6ophorooes .- ** parsonage.Episcopal. Shbot'Safor&iyf.TK placed in ,the General V Children's .'W rthiit Matron' Beatrice <:
Service Co.
126 North Co rt.St.. : Bernice Bryne, Church Women. -'"''' < |rey fon 'iS4aa4ron of bib;. and she won Schrbeder, will be sore to4maktdt Wheeler..' :" V : C. j. Ptte O'ConnorREALX6TATS'

Starke, F.' -rid4' Carolyn. Forsythe, ,BebaHall, meet at 8:30 p. m. ,'f ih* .jpivtf'Air Patrol !wi lf hoH4TjirkeyShocit "Top Aw3jrdrophyknowm; as : a nice party.* 'GK %j'i Supply use I:RaztoZV .

.'I' Episcopal Church Junior. at the Keytotietum6ef peddle" t W compared .to .1ton Wednesday ,Nov. 1, the between Kitoiib.nd Melrow VARTUNG PAINTS V

Choir Practice, 7:30 p. Senior m. % | Yarat1ie usualplact "Oscar"]. This ,c- was ies7ief1 tbe tEstr Uita Club V rvidnt 1bdtJI. areas Outride House Paint MORTGAGES A>f AAISALS
p t V 4 II Episcopal Church .
( i '.i',- : ojj'Satorday. .Nov, ,4, for- childrenthunder 16. .The will serve l luncheon to the :. AS *r* Mildew' Resistant KerItoD He1c t.;ifl1ene'WjDl&ed'JI 4297
Choir Practice, 8 *
I Thursday, Nov. 9 p. m. starting at 1. p. m- Freddie was gWen by a,National Mies attending the Fall Dis- rL'1toN: SPECIAL $f.9S GALLON '4 : .

local Bowlers Ac Tops MaJsrazins, JTPopufar trici Meethjof ;Episco- :
Duplicate Bridge Club, 10 S ANYTu1N ; ELECTRIC Keystone He1r t.a, Pbon' 2741
Valuables are f * all work
BANK 'r' i t i & m.i lowrieabii? Wedqesdlr 'wening .Mrs.-.- VesfavAiken wont third 1ih$_) .3. A. Williams, servicing Odorn'sHarcware! V
Episcopal EetIt
Church Women'm satisfied customers'since i YE&tLt. Broker
safest in our i at Bowlero,. in Gainesville, 'in place with ner C rkmlcs4o and1 frsra McDonald. wereooohalrmn ,
&t.VItV 10 a. ,m., Parish Lake' Properties
47 i Acreage -
i ( : &
.House. I what Is known as The Night &* ia V I .Supply --RaAehv.-,

a.-. deposit boxes! I Owl League," V V Vr Ownbey wpnHoriorable St. Anne's Episcopal News HARDWARE PAINT BuIiA..city
: DeMolay Club meets. 7:30. Homes Rentals
: .V I, Masonic Haft One team, known as ,the '' "Mention V with Vivase 'The Pall District Meeting of 1 I APPLIANCES--- V Cement Blocks Bed! Mix "We T&keVA. Personal ,Itet
Ate Geneva. Team 4s.riofr .m t 1ItUUSp glaU.t tife Episcopal ''Cfhurchwomert '
/ Cement V 4 % In
Nell Pearce Circle of First R4eai'Ii'aflOTPoINt y our &qufremtntl"WcIwa
] oidinz first place in the 'Wifhf fmore tttan 140 ten- |was held en,Wednesday1,' Nov. Sinclair Kerostn*and'Fuel Oils .
Baptist Church meets' at 11 Ktyrtea
. 1Ug Ojtvof\: 28'games, t'h'ey triesCiramldSow] (lUt-SK, : Amie'srwith delegatesjaad Appliances Meter Service Heigfetf I
'a. m. w1thMrz. JL JL Bam- ; Melrose
- !ford.V \ ,- b t lOsV'7 and'won'2l, Gtf Seystone.. -; ffb| *&wfs-well represented ,'elergyniinomthg from APPlJANCESayta Melrose Fbwtf: Or. 3-54J1 Jlhv4tl ,21.. Ewidaye.-.

hQ1 utchinson is the te&ni among theV prize'ias far away as Perry. Reglsitratioa : ,
Wa V
I ier'lu&i'Dryers -,1 CU 52531g
V y V
I Community Church Choir. 'captain:. Team mem1>ers'JaVe air1ners.: Ail *rV StUd ntS''tJf' started at BS9after; LUMBER V : f
V *, ZeZI1thV8EYICE *
., I V Practice V :; 7:30p.- 'To in.'V., Bin V" BakeV. Georgr Yottog.jttll I1Var4 s st.. Keyer : fWhicb there was '* coffee' TAUSANTYaax
,Junior! .Woman's. Clubneet.1rg 'Reynolds,' o'b- HaU and, '' l'ee |, the "a k7owjUeiribwg. (! This-- was .followed at keystone ggigatt ALL, Phone MJSES 4252 San Letryrfo :! : V
Vg" V 'JH
., 8p.m.. 'V Harold V Lawrence. : .. J. V 1630 by f Holy',Communion -,- ,V --r-- 4 ;Lumber Co"jWf ; I, ': .t'Frlomdi, V

:Pre tomecomiJg e bon lip The other team known as Another '! ; Mrs. Lois Service celebrated by EHamWest B04'ISs ,i.TheAT .. V.
. tafpV / t 'zrtblrd int&n, ,-Bishop of the Dioof I V ,SpeeWlte'id Cestoja, i wr C "S Dinette
. and. Pep MeetJjig ,. ; the, McKay Real lfistateTeam.is ..Olsan pJale. with T Extra .1;
1 V Cut Leoxihs
,,..Reservation..MarJcne !. V V of course, sponsored by S.. herf 'entryCounty 1w the4BrZdfcd I'cae Floridaf Alter .the Barn ':'COLlziERGOOD FOOD
; : .. .4 ,:- i E.:McKay.;Ernie. idegren Is Fair, .t.1fi Jan1nt, business meeting' delegates r .1_ Material I 'Open ii a, m. ter 9 p '

& 4 \ I Team,Captain. .O'thers on the! bay seven-year-old grandidiragater -."'adjourned' to the iiasonicHaU MELKOSE-. GB 5-2711 Cement Morttx: Mix. thru Saturday

Linsin, and O.Wildt tani are j erett.Pox, ;;George I of Mr. and !.-tt i for a luncheon catered Sheet.Roct dosed Sunday

. -' Almost everyone owns" -'Juiu rj1 c'"i- vjBipjwi?' :&4aef? f ert Sam Gardner,Mike Lj-Ilichard, wan .secofid hta- by the ladies of the Estrelllta- : 4pV, NRUDi Inn. tit .By Phone*. 21:'at 4285 MUdIe,1:! VI ffiway 2l-K
"% .- somethmg that 'should l ,1e'p. ; .Booster ff&fify&e' Pund'erburke' and Gerald ors'on her eatry in .tke'Children Qub. :' I I'f I '
f in a safe deposit box I On.Friday evening, Nov 3. ,Crawford.'These.'bo'ys are .curre Divfeion-'at the Brad Due to the, District-Meeting V MILLWORK V '- top DriYe.1n'CIlfCKM

,* ,r IAOs veteran's paper?, insurance5olcleX i t.B99rs' qub wpl,sponsor ;tly tied: for' second place ford County Fan V- VSV t on Wednesday, the regular VfCI DINNEit'oi.l jY: .

- I ( "wju& *.jeweJrJ'f .an&ther supper" ., in lie "$ l oo1 ,lli." i:aJlpet-f1A .'.won I! 'Of_ B.tai monthly meeting,of the Episcopal -I : Keystone .h' I Wlth'ThU .AI '

:..; r 19 no S jfclapfifor ,. CafeteriaThis" 'wfll'iie'.tSFaighetti of thelf4 28's games. 'aIrCUs .. rPyeUV'n w that th Churchwomeri nag".been': ; Millwoilc Shop Eat Here or Take Joae

f heiejus$ than in one.ofpuY t su" per.and tt'jrfttfst4rt bitft1& Xltsrdn Heights Wo a'Jt'8rcrGb''U Postponed until' next 'week, LOft '-" '- -. Good 0n1t

"sife Jgepegit a\ 5p. nu with serving :Garden :t1&'MernbersV l tmt11 Thursday, Nov. ), at.1' a.:niliift' I ABINETS DOOR

'. V.,' low |w>se8, % I until 7:30.: Adult tickets willsiiiffdeit'i2e :.Tfie e d 8 ?? C3uS of .thevi ; t test b.rl'Jta rpisopiiV Chtrch Edna Williams' WINDOW FRAMES Fri, -Nov. 3&4
OJI& IN fates are ; rent a 11 '
4 A. Open A. JL T. MfiiaitaRt
be under
shelves? And did know SCREENS
i It s mer.h iioini t yon will form' branch'to 1 '
today. V vi '
;QRY ( wflI'be75c. i', :Mrs. empft, ToUss "taw % that you '' be a meaiberof I I Imeet'e' ven 'each'moifth .11".QWJJRS V Trim MateWsSbI1a4VTLOT4eI 21 Between Ie one &

.V .V V 1 There will be two kinds bfsUC m q t 26 rtt.'IU: fk t p. ;* Xest6n 'heights !for the women who cannotfftt .j .)Melrog-Fhgne"GB5-24il' '

THE KEYSTONEiSTATE BAlK for tbe wwghetti-nje.i, l tw 'm mberi ,wire'present. :c1'7t6 tioiae? i il I tend regular morning' meetings FrAhI'OeadonjMeims Phone: OS 5-2331_ Keystone .Heignt* V'DRILLING-jrw.1WELb V'V

sauceor the, majority ,of, The pjeslffthtaMi.s.ner7 l!the Library- tMter'Sjiikn ; An women who are interested r-- IAs.BaTrIiED-- V V ," ,, _
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- V .r 't.: j L. 4" trr IJ people, and a tomato sauce Cooper, eallcaviBaMVs. e6td6iT. > In the eTeningrj otrp-'mre G ":VI '- r4 ,KATE r V : .W1CLti.:toDUJ.JNG:

.} \\IBY6j r.pl, ': 'for Catholics and- ;mat rbr af rtt" ;ot. I Jost iJ /*in.J <*T-e.StOne' f ;;asked to attend a iseetlng at r ':.

V So everyone: come, an&; bring grayer,V'aft r'Vhfclf the ;program karii SidIf V?:?0 'p. 'pi.V-Wednesday.. Keystone Gas Co. ShaugbnessysPACKAGE 'l'Jnn.. .

-. .:Friendly la A, Friendly Community your fimflyTAlI proceeds will 'chairman' MrsT V'J and V Theodore H.Viipth.i*: New'i ia the Parish House. ,?4 HOUR SERVICE V STORE MATHEWS

. .t. I KqnjIet1its' Fla.V t 'go fOre..Perjee" Fund for' : 1a. the programme* the >;'*Ta ;,Hi ._ iK.' 6fJtokl' .s.i -t: St.' Anne's Vestry*eld its V PHONE 4251: A OPEN ZA.42.P. ..twLY. V
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--. V V V .ra-- .. .. V t :thai nlc* new-fence1; : around' ear; uf1Aoh.meiI ;.. it"!MiI.' I rM'A1r. .monthly busuu- .-*Pranchised, 'Djatriix r of.: : ; CLOSED STJNDATS, :: WjD4ffing
the Reservation. T111 I M1ltl 2 tlei dVtV d tt 36Gffifiai>m- ColtiAIe4'page) -- SAY- '' GR"r UfOl

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J ;. .%.NOV.- ,2, 1961" IIBAIIP O.eetJ'Nft T .!';flRAPH. STARKE, FWR1JJA PAGE MJOLt
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: 'you like to ''make -' and,:be ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL, ,of. his farm.: Court and nsuise and you are This notice shall to publish, ,
7i ;ro.tj:;; there between should 6, and' 615.: Also ? CHURCH. 'KE1'St'ONE'Sunsla'Y NEWS Fy=St: T.y COLOREDCITIZENS ,Cecil Crawford and Mauricti I answer required pleadinr,to/serve1.a .copy to the ot'your c"mplijat oho secutlve.eacb Veeks week in for the four Bradford COB*

your I
bring .
you Edwards Jr. used the District onthe Plaintiff Attornejr. Ttlegrapb. ,
County :
whole .family., ; ;9;?0 a--m. ChurdiSchool OF'BRADFORD COUNTY I'I I fertilizer I .'T. FrAnkLandrum, P. 0. Dated this .17 day of, 0pbr4
-to" Wrtiliztf
spreader : j
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.4IGH.T Sj jwb ,a.m.: >lornlfflc J L' Box5'46, Starke, Florida, and I 1981. -
iA number-of parishoners attended -: I r their for'eloVer lileIbe? ,
Suzi 't I.-r ", f pasture plant-I ordinal Jn' tbe office *
1r.t'aIi4 enaontiaij (SEAL)
4W4& II JYma I of Jh. Clerk.-of the I'
,&A i.A 1MAAAAAAI the' Eucharistic Congress inf. :, Circuit' Court '
CiU. l 'C 8nmuiUonir 5In. on dr' before itift.5D CHARLES -A. DARBY, ,
1 jB91t < ... I OirSo1I 'O .str ngth Cat Of Xo- .
,* :'IProm'Pfeceealng: PagejDieting ] 1n *$t. Petersburg OB Episcopal( Yoflfel' c h .AA.I..&&.. A.. &, ....A .AoI..,A.I.A AAA.. .AA"01A AA...&,& AAAAA r Fisher Ga'skins-and'Ed Ten i '\"ombff..19U; otberwiae .the allegations | Clerk of the Circuit CourtBy D. C.
--' CoA.by
>larhlD .L.,
Sunday, Oct. 29. ""*" I Ini. :: ly the'D1 trtct chopper of said Complatot will : li-
used' <*
I men. ..-- 1: BJo* fUbfeAo' Wiener I IAfThe to. complete the program !j .Soil i Conservation chopthe growth'In ;< ,be taken as confessed' by. you. i I 1..U'.t
oa Wednesday, Nov. Altar Boys for Novemberare to: over
Holy flI.E 1 : .,
-7:30 a. ; .
1 :: [ Fair' I for the h Pter's anniversary.PJease ,N pasture, G '... ,
$: as follows: Sunday Nov: :Communion, ,. .E1W-'S their Sk1ns. plans : ,- ------ .
%"W. .[Wat Hardenbergh 5, Lee Sutton and 'George Air: Third: i V edaesdiv', ..-.Pars1 t .jwe: ,are proud? of our blue ,i be on time -asthere to 'plant clover if the weather
will be other '
business For The
eQi ted ;a car-load ,of young len. Nov. 12 David Schaeffer;:!Covered Dish.SuppeT, O! 0:#O1,jribbon .Dinners, at the County j.I p ort nce. Mrs. Lula 'Thomas im- B7 ,BiD HauI I getS:right: Best Deal Anywhere

P&p'le .'to the Fan District and Herbert Nelson. Nov. ,19,. .. ,' v'w,1st I week,and pu? seJieeJ.eihibits 1, i Worthy Matronr R2V..D. I Zedra II ;Hamilton- Lonnie ,. '
Den [ See
feting of the EYC in Lake 1 Jimmy Fox and John Allen. I' : 1 i I tf.y..t.i..t t. y yyi' ,
brought much !a'iorble -| Worthy Patron. Harley 'and Shi Smith
4 Cfty, Sunday Oct. Nov. 26 Lee Sutton and George JI f FOster :
evening -t FIRST BAPTIST CHUHCB from
29th., I Allen. The four respective;I KEYSTONE' HEIGHTS a comment the specj\j Cfcsrch, News were, elected-"to. the 'B a4qf i'$TATEFARM :
tators. Winners of first place i*i Bethlehem1 Free''Will Bap- t ROBERTS' oracle
jit ,Baptist News i Tuesday mornings will 'bej i i I blue ''ribbons ,w fe: Betty tlsf Church' I Supervisors., for the Bradford: .
I and Worship I :
J. n. Smith BQpb services J_ Ii'BY
!The Fay Taylor Circle of* Lee Sutton. David Schaeffer, i! : '
I Jean Crum Margie Fay Lever- I I schedule. :I Soq Conservation D1s rc! M. [ tMrL .& F. MatonI'Vvvvv'VTV11vyyvV'VVV :
Copeland, .Minister of K1Ji c! :
r Woman's Missionary ipnlon i John Allen, and George Allen.1 I OLQMOBILE-$
son. Leroy King. James Dell All Activities
beginning 0\
nd church ran1st.. at Walking
meet :Tuesday, Nov.. PersonalsMrs. fidmlnist3itort .
""a i! I ervi fS:'Sundaym. SehOOI 944: 'I''I'I. C atlTyion l Mary McBridt, j I f 7:30. Monday, Faithful 'Few : State Soil Conservation.Board\ ,f j .
: : Lena Clemens and DEALEf:
; I. j Weekend, guests of Mr..ardMr. )
trsj. Morning.11 i1' ::1O! p Beverly LC 1 r- Club win meet. "Tuesday, Senior i says "The job ahead'for each j r
Rv !
< Smith. ) Fred
rs. I sons John ,and George Allen i l- : son. Tht. Biology Cla a, 4th choir. Wednesday j l $.. Rv P.; McLendon were ,
JroS'is.Circle: Chairman. I (. m. Training t1zd: t : 1:00p.. prayer: supervisor is 'a big one.'Each1
"J11 Nell will!it and Mrs. Clemens' sister Mrs. I m.Zve ieMctI ,:gt 9. i C&&Se. 2nd Grade, 1st' Wade. nieetlhg. Thursday, Woman I local Soil Conservation- DI-1,I;I Dr, and, 1tr$.. Barton, Haggord 0 i ';Ph. 3033 -' dreen :Cove Springs, .Fla.fiLASS .
Pe Circle .
,ce John Nelson, and Mr. Nelson, : ; of Sarasota, : Mrs. Ed- -
Special Education Uwd blue Home' Mlssiim, and I Mj.,and( I
You tire afw'. Junior
Thursday, Nov. 9, at 11 daughter m. ikvitad td I)I trict provides a way to correct ..- ------1 .. : ,
:!:;t1.- at' th home. of Mrs. A. and their Cecelia, family 'Prayer: ,1 !: WfttU. ". ribbons, and-. the Reading' I choir pa-act1 e. Friday, ,Prayer I i iSand. I soil and water conservation'!,I dy'-Green' and, oii- Junior, of : .
all of Jacksonville attendedthe
i' j Orlando and Mr. and ltr C. -
fOrd Cora .c] iL Saturday; the "Senior I I I problems The Supervisors are I*: *- ., ..
: is i .chairfiian./'M:* A luncheon Marshi i i'follow Homecoming game in t COMMDN1TTKEYSTONE 'C1WVUI ;Adult{- Division Winners were c oir .wQl have sandwiches on ,, the ones who 'largely} determine R,, McDpnell and sons of That's Our Business

= the business meet Gainesville on Saturday!I HEIGHTS Mrs: Alease Tyson. 8. AIex- !I i sal l l. :at Fred William's place 'success'or faflure pfdisi -!.!.Tampa.I ;Mrs. McLendon and ., "If .It's Glass We Have It" ..
After the game the Nelsons ander. Mrs EssW Holland. j i Oak Street. ,The I i ion'.Tdzamjr; jglned ,them: iii: :
;. on Can Club i tricts. They are & xnember'of :; \: -. CALL .
visited! : I ff' WRiTE VISIT
for a time with Mrs. Dr. A. HolV, '
.C. apniiter Gainesville Friday night for
:Wifflam'f Catholic Mrs. Sarah Marris, and Mrs. will meet Saturday at 1:30: I' agencies that: can, assist .
V int
News J Clemens at Hillcrest. Mrs. James',L.. ,'!CtkP !, Lena Suggs. also. "' j j:'the'Gator Growl4 arid they all I FOR ANY GLASS .NEEDSHEARS
regular monthly cov- I j[ getting.the'jobs:: done: i ii '' '
Kenny Belote, son of Mr. .Organist and Director. 1 I Club News McBride I attended, toe football game
Mary reporter, ;i
.:e ddish for 'the The!.. Florida Federations. I
WU1{ be supper ParI I and Mrs. Bill Belote. had'.his 'Richard Cushnun,:Yoath. Dir..I Th Fiesta Club is sponsoring Rev: Louis ''McKay, pastor. i i Conservation. Awards Program Saturday..- I GLASS CO.
Monday even- ; tonsils removed Friday, Oct. :Sunday .School,; S:45: ; .*., m.j[l1 two religious movies.. Allen Chapel A. M. E. !!i ; Other's 1 attending d e. game I _
1Nov. under the of
6, in the Recreation : :..1s auspices The
$4E, Remember 20, at the Bradford County I:Morning Worsnlp, 11 v&. mXoung ,/ Baby Moses and The TheI I Church News and schedule. i j! Florida 'Wildlife Federation. \ from'the Farm were Mrs.,.:i -'- > (NOT INC.) *

.9!!furnishes' ; all the accessories1eluding Catholic!;, Hospital Starke. .He cam: People,."1P; m. I C r1st: at the RJg cafetorium.|, Rev. L. Sampson will ob-i i I The intent. of ,tlie'Federition'sConseryation Louise! Harden, and. Mr. .and. I'.' "Formerly Joe Peters Glass: Co."

:' home from the hospital ''the A donation will be asked. serve pastoral day Sunday-bs-j I r Awards.Pjpgram'will ;: Mrs- !, Bob Turrier- L I \\Ve Design Modern Store Fronts
drink and rolls.' Just ,
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'?gfng four covered ilsh-one I I l following morning.ilarvest .Y.yy.f..y.f..f .t After the movie, in" flecfrie" gifting with Sunday School at''I be' to further the pro- : Ir"ahd Mrs. Howard Ward.- Just: Mail. Us A Pattern- For'
de '
blanket will be 9:45 with M1ss and )trV; Cannon of Table
MELROSEunuryyyyyyyww4y: given' away- : Fannie Bell I'per utilization and censerva--I I .. f te_ Top .
Clarence(! :DeSue.- president.. : Frazier in charge. Morning I I I tion of .the'..natural resources! ..Galnesyiiiespent'FridaV'! nightwith ; 13ia N. W. 4th PJ. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353
Rev. and Mrs. E F. May-
fr vvw1 School' NewsHonor'Roll. service Love Feast 11 a. m. ; of the State of' 'Florida-*ofl, .: -'

for' the first six- Holy Communion,'6'p. m- with water: minerals for gts-:and tort, .
[From Preceding rage] ;
; I I ilfs. Bobble, ..Pierson and I .
11,1 week 1 peridd: the pastor in charge. All wild life through"art fiwards --

Cooper of WestffeW, N. J. will 1st; grade; Mrs. B. 3. :Lennon members 1 are-'asked' to-make a 'program designed' to bring son. Danny, have 'returned' I I AitiItion Livestock Producers! .

h:1ei L be pleased to hear that she! Jr: 'ie" ellerf Shirley' Ann Carter report to your leader, for the. about 'greater knowledge! 'of i j.1 from ,Dade, City,, where- they ,

will visit in 'Uelrose in early Leatha Davis, Levy benefit of' : he ;stewatds. conservation 'projects",.and. 'to visited friends. '
If jnou< hdve hojfS or '
I Novemler., Ramer Lennon! Jr". Alfred LJnsey Junior church meeting at give proper recognition to 1 1j !r r rI ."" .
I -
'ttV-l. ..1. ; 1 A turkey shoot, sponsored ; Carolyn Jones Levon I the church each Monday at | those person and organiza- I'1 I Cash Paid for Gotd.; Clean; the cattle future to sell' now'or In'

I 1 by the Athletic Booster Club I t HarkersoLinda" Jerdeit 5 p. m. All parents are asked :; tioris ;who make outstanding ;I! Rags; No Khakis.r"W,1.; All please contact .

BrandsIty ,: [I! will be held at the ,crossroads OrafleMrs- : A. Chandler I to"send: your children to I '.edut tionaI" and Informational ,]f Cotton. Bring'' t. 'Telegraph.NOTICE ; .i one of the boyers _

3!I at I p. ra..Saturday, No\, 4. I teacher: CYnthia Loiiise, I I I meeting. contributions to the natural!i' I I, 'if' CopeUnd l Sausage* _

U.: School News Broxton. Cynthia Ann Tyson Girl Scout meeting each I resource welfar of th'e community :-' !. TO DEFKNDla j Company. and give ,themfin :. _

!. Rjflhis Resrved 09-<'> The monthly meeting of Gloria Ann Jackson' Linda' Thursday at' 3 p. m.> in room i ; the region and the ,. C..ty ClrcpJt, FUrUa Court* .!*'- C..e.'JT.Case' ....f.r.'.:I opport unity tb. buy. co '

).?i ieuPoci> thru Nov. 4. ,00051 Melrose PTA ,will be held}I Ann Le2 ette'. 22, RJE SchooL, All Girl State. NV. 1S-Q40 j; yoar Jivesto k. _. __ r _
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-_..._........ J'- -' Monday night ,in the high 2nd Grade. Mrs Moffett Scouts are asked to attend. I Conservation plan' maps Tom. Hall plaintiff---s: Lena-
;'X:; ) 1 Mae- Hall Defendant.
',H""I''N1.1.'lr'f.pf9;: .t7il } YM: '1i. school auditorium-) Baby-sit- teacher: Horace W. Jones '!! The Missionary Union was: were received for Ethan'" Sapp, NOTICE TO APPEAR I COPELAND OFFERS YOU

__.-.' '. ., ting will be provided by,members -' Velma] A. Mitchell. Joan Wil-*! held Sunday at, Mt. 'Zion L [ and will be'used to 'lay ''out To: Lena ,Mae .Halt.' whoa
". > Maxwell House1Lb. ,itr! I. ft> tdfMe. and address is: yn- 4 BIG ADVANTAGES!
: of FHA. 'I lianas Sharon Hankerson,I),I church Lawtey,' Rev. Grim-, I his farming program The known. I!

; The Bulldogs bowed to Jacqueline Moore.. "*' mage, host pastor Mrs. Marie I maps show thediferent.fieldsand Yu/u are. hereby.notified that
a, uit.for divorce has been filed 1. Cash market
coffee'I 1 Bronson Thursday nigat for,I 5th Grade. Mrs. EW.. Allen Host, president. |" other physical features. I I. against you, in the.lbove' named. every day. '

; the second Melrose loss .in a Thompklns teacher: Alvin I The morning message was I I'" 4 ,- .__. ,_ _____n_ J. 2. No., commission. ," -

: close game with a final score Green. Donnie Jackson San- I delivered by- Rev. Grimmage.The i I Ii *. 3.

r1t ,,. of 33-32. The Eagles: were dra Williams.6th 1 I evening message was delivered Special consideration given to ,m at

I CanLimit 't1! ahead at halftime by 6 points.' Grade: Anthony DeSue.1I" I by Rev. Levy Lennon, i I t3p0]? hogs 1 ,
." and made.14 more in. the third Raloh Byrd. Betty Jean Smith.
pastor at Macclenny. Every- ,
one of (9<' .'I" 4. Can furnish
yourchoiM : hauling for sufficient
S9 i quarter while the Dogs .only Shirley. Ann Brown and Jesse one enjoyed the services I .
with Food iIY.. I I
nrder. ?w: .. scored 6 pointers. In the final Janis Richardson. throughout the .day. A delicious -,,i, quantities.. *. *- '

l Y; quarter, the home team made .7th Grade: Ivan McCollum dinner was served by '.1\. ""'' 1I' .;;.- >

.5 = :s\ Astor 'r! 12 points and kept their' opponents Shirley, "Ann't. wts. Larry. the missionary ladies of Mt. i,I I :." .J'I CALL 'COLLECT HOward 2-301 '

from scoring. :Brown. Beverly Ley ;rson. Zion. which was ,enjoyed by AIUM'L 'I

coffee No football game,is schedul- I 8th..Grade: Gweixdolyn: Collins all. \.: '.>" ." ; FOR! CLAUDE PHILLIPS, PRESTON POLK,

2 ed for next week, and the .! Coy Jackson,.. Barbara The next Missionary Union i .,: I "I. :: NORMAN VEECH
I :t, final game. Homecoming, against ; McCollum. Maxine: _"Odum: will be held'at: Macclenny. t' ... r: V ',1I ,. x'< '. ..
49 t't'y Hawthorne will be skfrY! ,Ann :Brown, Marion
;.z .. Rev. L. Lennon, host pastor. ::
"CAN, ... ": ,j. played Friday, Nov. 10. I Anzela Jenkins, Jacqueluie Everyone is invited to attend j j'RCA ., CopelandsAUSAG1cOMpMY
.r ), I
t R. F. Simmons was admitted Olivia] Mar ha1f.
1T1T4 i 4.' t PHONE 964.iaOI NiGHT 964-24il
.. to, County 9th Graded -- '- .. _
I' Bradford Dotte
Sue Chandler
Hospital : .. ---I ; .0 -' ;: _. ,

Sunday morning. William Pierce. Llllieipth '. .' 'CITY QF1STttRKLOASILflDIi.'! 0 ALACHUA
S I Powfol1. : -7 : ,

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4t? '. METHODIST CHURCHMELROSE. Grade Jiinmie .- ..- .
.(4'-' :' : Brown : ." < l. ___: ,
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Oueeri Moore, T'-X, I. ;- '
Gwendolyn ----r" -. --- '
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inorining '
Robinson. ,
\4 Rev. Kenneth W Griffith ,
flth .Or d : Betty jean I LOT 1REFRIGERATEw1Th '

pastor I Crum. Glory Edith Cummines: ; AREA 'BUSINESS DIRECTORY
IP' Sunday School 9:45: a. m..
; crisco 'it Mary Perdue. James 'rank- ,
/ .
Worship II a.'m. ,
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: lin. Robert Lee Mack, Vera '1', -_;-' .- ,
MYP and MCP 7 p. m. ; : I '; : : = : __ ,
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6 : : .
Austin. -1--- > : I
Evening Worship. 8 p. m. = _,: ; 1 ; -. : Th : : : : :t
3-Lb. Can Grade '
12th : Marsie Lever-
Limit of Prayer fleeting I*ed,] 7:30 on. Elaine Pinion. Mary Me- O".s" .- ---I- AUTO (GLASS; I ;.. AUTO SALES*&SERVICE. ,FARM. EQUIPMENT. I OPTICIAN

one your P. m ,
Bride.,. Ruby White, Franklyn -
choice with Food Critoe' Motor; Co. Rush'-Tractor'
Ordar.Msec .j TRINITY EPISCOPAL Richardson, John. Salomon' Mai1din'sAuto T J( ,- Beckumr8 Opticians

'. Uola. .Houston, .Robert Clark, LARKANGLIAENGLISH lite. _
CHURCH MER f : : Unds y L. Beckttm-. 0.
Barbara Stalls., Herman J 1\n-
Shortening Glass FORD "
Sundays -10 ,&; nu ci uciu con;, Billy Bryant MiltonEUerson. /' ,* ALLIS -
CHALMERS Artificial
; astor School 11:45: a., m. Mornina! : -- COMPLETE! STQCK-- CUBnn. Authorized i Sales t Service MAS3ET-FEBGUSON Filled 'PrompUy Pteicrlptiau

Prayer and fiemion First; Honor students are those r "Complete; Serrlce far AU
GLASS ,. 22, W PR
pnlyerstty J-35W
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Sunday, Holy Communion ,; making a B- [85] average or itaie 'Farm Equipment: And

-ta.59i p."m. Episcopal t king Church. above. T- Wi in&i& poor cflAa 509 E .University Are.ra Tractors Gainesville. > Pia.

men. MISs Elahie Pinion of th? I FE fi-4385
AVhirlpobi* t_ In Any. 1tkd. -W1' .
Senior! Class the .
Holy Days 10 a. m.. Holy represent, rcher'M ,GaJDemne I -
CommunIolL' : ,ehool: at the Dieticians Ditrid ; '.c' Qr,Truck" .. G Gainesville... |ia.COMMERCIAL .- a.,J _.. ; $cULLOCHdllAIN5Aw8
v 1f I
Eindld &retr.' '
The. Rev. Millard .H. Breyfogle. Meeting in. Gainesville. G-y S We G1uI -.Ii', -, --- GARDEN

Vicar. She will:i l give a humorous 4, n"Z5 .' J'I4ISp NEW-USID. 6ALE3:

,' ,monologUe. 'entitled'. "Calling I 1314 S..MafeAUTO oonmm Johnson &' Paris 'smviCJfFJori

1 Pillsbury Best CHURCH, MELB63C The Senior Class win 'present Refrigerator- SALES. SERVICE.. .- Inc.Cosnplete.Lln. i Saw Co.
-.r.- '
ft) "Bercky Bee" of Station < tt
Sunday.. d:45: a. m., Church ,WOBs to' Starke for the' first -4 )i rdt.i."- iratStD' Refrigeration. SEEDSPLANTB-. \$ ,.....11

Iour Va School for all ajw.. 11 a.. rn' .time on 'Nov: '10 flt1 ; ,RJE: Freei r' 'PLT5IOtIT0, :;VALIANT FgRTui8' 2538 N_'; Jfth Dr.
Morning W rsh. Sctvictf'Co
; 6:30p. m., eafetorlurn.: ;, 1 *eetleldPet Supplies
l Swtif
Youth Fellowship. 'Personals ,, t:' qe- .jiUtho f zMfSalM .1

ht Wednesday, 738 'Dt. .Bi.ble I -aekidctjp.. Sidney Leopold,. pwjierFB 'W R nt Pert111zt'spreaden22i -
5-Lb. Bog ; o. \ Mrs. Willie Mae Williams .3 '
( Study and Prayer Meeting ,' Reg. $$6J.QQ: : : 2f;.W'::zuit-. SEWING. MACHINES. .
d ) of Jacksonville Vis dinner ) Hawcs-Pbwers. 'Ce. u ','tbd, lt trlie ,,u.. -' FK 20176G4ineeTilIi.; r" -' - ,
Um0MOtthi ,
-Rev. Ted Sprin : 1. : ,
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: {erja.storv I,;guest of her mother Mrs. ri Alt. .
ptiCft-wrth Food '1 : : -d_ ... :: : .. Via' : g 2SewfMchnCeinev l.
'r Order. I Truly Allen..recently, She also 4 .M otoe.t! :: :. I f'&::2'e.JIIfH1n LJ. .

p4 TIlE RIGHT;POINT. 'for ttej;41sId.i "? r 'ut: ,. arhand : : i5 f s d md S Ltthi I S

write au' 'Mrs. J. 'Wil- >r-T3 r *< t" -.. LADIES,WEAR- .,
Blue way yoa ;;, CBW la I l, J. :Tmr2i9 .. .
1' .1 Bay Light -Meattuna select year arlie.ESTEt.-. :, 114m.? 204.N.'i'\la 'jfl. 1negv1lle ... .... WF A.\. t : .rIj.tf_ ; Used mil& <8ewiss, MadiinOn

BROOK Fountain- PeA.-' : .we are' happy J' to k'k. .-1 wstb? t ul1c1. 1 ..t( I =- Jeilht8 '..6-77M erry8Gainesville's. Ifa 1:: Of ABtirtlBf 'It*

: ; )GRAPH.' ti TEL"'j;j'Mrs-,after Aarah two Turrell'weeks. ,improving ef Jfl-- --. ; _L FBCS4MLINCOLN-1- :' .) \ _- ..-.. $...it- -.-.- ,,- I .Ifoig" Fashoib1A&tx 8, .:. JrRtn.. At .,$5, ...

; ,tI.f : No. HCANS 4 ? m .a..... 'cIPlrlL.e.. t 'ef' .Tb"' I fnessShe r is fjateful for the; -:ifEECTIEYGQM .: C,9 J9TE; .PRODUCTSINSOT 'I DRESSED-' ,SUITS P'oU1es.coAt4cCESSOEIES } 21'W: :"niveMr.o'amtnill.. .... ..

& ElI't' JidIeIiI Circuit or i offered for hir &Ie T ''" HAT ENAVL-r -
j7 Florida I. lid For ,many. n prayersj Price! !!! .! y.f, :. "'! GOODS .
Bradferf i
f C..t'l 'a C'.uur 1 r c9VfTYVr4p1rb-. ; pnid Salw -, eyfc-.. 'TBAT; ALL YOU I '-. '_i ,. SPORTINGM; r __ ___ di \
.. 19 Re: '&pUOft. ,f LindaCafrpl anbf I .\',* "- lOi, wtrit .. ,Dil1fl i oai
__, BrasseUandbeorre "Eu ... ,CONCRCTE PROD VCTS Ip complete
gene Steve, BrasseU minor children Ossie' Edwards and family tf.f t A'1-BTFItOW Spdrttsg Oo!dj at

!i ORDER; OP PUBLICATION' AND::! take tWs Pietl pd to {hank the' Trained M ebiides 0:... .:".1 -. P1 r ". -. MOVER C- .
': |i iI ma'nyfiiExd$ citizens for -, jim iie' Jiughe.InC.
NOTICE TO APPEAR i I S'3 'S" t- t r .
'. I Betty The Jemn State Ot Hoilioa Florida Braeaell To: '' he many acts; ()t -;ktodness t; ,0 .. #. ., .Ise4a s ',"!!f# F4warh .Building Gainesviller Ill* W. Uidterdtir, CfeiaeTiU

Detctgent who* residence Is 170 Avenue shown tc fhem/ during e -' '! :
:' D.| ApartmentG.N ew Jork' 9, illness\and death'ot| titswife; 'f :'- .< Barkley Motors Supply; Inc ,, Mayflower' SHOES '_ -

i' \ 4 \nr TpH York; breby' notified. thata S rs. Alien J& Edw rdi' JJjiyGod j .t ""41\<' 615 if.: Mate, aatnem .. .
are c 72* s: Main2: 44ELECTRIC
tide petition ha*. been filed in' tb.Cirgolt e Bless you all.- Oss} LO AIANWWNG'DJSAXCZ; Bl'E
? ;> Br < Coun eJdard H St ,G ; ,: Shoe Store
ty. Florida.Court.1 U *Chancery or by: and ,familyCar1O1'Thiii '' .., J ONE ULYATtHIS & Wot Hf Co.,p Gamenme, JI1I:. MOVING Shoe for The1t.i.
Dirrefi 'e Fimilj
Jack I Bra sell Siu anhis 0t; fac, I_ t j Sttrsft And crating :
fOfe 1iUf-
ilarll1eriU. ." ,
ivlfe liable
Jlru-I ,
Giant Box sell, to J legally adopt Lid* Car-I: r We would 1ke to express PRfCE p( fit ;4-S224 CILIRM 8EJ PWQflI
k :. rol Brais H and Geor e 'p I oUr? trianks' -
.. limit ,of ; Steve Braasell, nlDor.'t1duDi I .. CADILLAC t JjVVI ., *4! aEN
one your J. and you are' hereby required- to|I!,I f ot the 1 tQiiuness' sntl:help ol '" '. 9 S !Q I .rAuthorizad i -
choice with Food lx and in Mid'Court and. .;.6.lee6u1ee,- LLUIlner7-sor1ea
th appear UJ" 1FieH1d$ JlCI.! relatve ; ,
i; First Come
Order. I C 21 W.YARNSTOVS. tJn1vesityOginesin,
cause November H.: flU at:! I'T- r '
10:09 o'clock A. M4 Ud to then:. //during} ,..ytys'UJiiess pfs: Saul Part- ,. 'I t Music Store aI -- _
ir. and there show cause why Mid I. 'U.Ift1r"n.on. Sp ciaJ thanks to .ftP '- .

*> Detergent ,, petition you fall shoald to do not to,.!>the e granted.If ,allejation ; ,,I jt e..Bfajdford.Ctupt ti Sbsmi ai rust fSery.ecl! 115 S. 'W,d1Sb.Second..- :O&lnegriBe'TOLESWAGBT I, A Itain_ :.' : .. ." ''! .r 1a ton.- .'... ,

arrow ; of said 'petitionwUl b el doctors. .nurses,, *_attendants .. ,', fc..l ( .-. L V iw 1hu io' La-A1tat ffff''

taken This as Order conJejjed and b"f"ql1.Notice shall I II f i for" their kind services : .:'" O, thLZ .INC. KRA&AYESiWINTE&: 'Ctrtstaa
I'I be published in fomr'cemseeutiv*,:]j f.;en4r d. ..-.: Saul Htnkerson. -
rv S1ANT 49 v U. ] ,.'.'. I weekly iwues of Br&d1or.' andjfginlly.. ,. t Sa1 a -Sftrvtce'r'hrt. COMPLETE, ELBCTRIC. ., --.' ?,--, CABLE -_- ,------ Jack )mtt Jilt
Tel*raph commenclnri k" PIANOS
County 'PIA.'lORGA.sCUO& '
Mill r.Brew.'Metor. f O'L'O- .. 0 Du JII..Oa.
October 1:. Mil. : k! : ( -i. >>eA. Fri4aJa
C OUGANS --$1'.1415
Witness my hand and tho SERVICE A Conipiae'Taras V Of
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Matron Jannie Si 4 : .
.l seal of said Court this $U day Mt .1De.. ', r.f., Cf ", Guitars -bt jlieet
) of October, JMUf. 1tchCU e-,1eIi CIsptec; 16(, I ',.., 8. & : ., et41eiikit1Ii
Itl (SEAL) "- Ipxt: nott ,tar.. s ; j'B'w-; !, ., ."- ,NeI .1JJtco1n'!UMoyz". \ ; 'JU'6'UD' Pre{IbStridio}
CharesA.DebY. Jmtget.J
FE 2-8311
.!-a Clerk of' Circuit Court- of a1mbel1 rmeetrat: iehJSut 10OgUnIyertyAyL' TeysGi i'- $.Ila -
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TYYY tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.LAWTEY .free and children ington AT 'THE TABERNACLE V James Hornsby, deceased, tau his Attorney, and any'erach claimor
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYY9HAMPTO resident of Hampton until the church., were visiting Sunday. of said County to the County demand not so. fUed. shall be
1950. died Monday morning, A pink and white color the Dave Tanner family Mr and Mrs. Frank Tinney Judge of Bradford County, void.First .
N Oct. 30, in Gainesville. She scheme was carried out in refreshments % and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston and sons, of Gainesville, were By special request' the reCorded -I Florida at his office in the 1'61. publication- October. 19,
I court house of said County at
had been making her home of cake and punch, and children of Jacksonville Sunday afternoon guests of sermon, "Overcoming Starkei Florida, within, eight H. 'A. 1AWSON
with her son and daughter- served from a whitecoveredtable. Saturday. Mr. and, Mrs.. T. W. Markey. Your Handicaps," by Dr. Bob I calendar months from the time As Administrator of the
: By Mrs. D. E. HffliAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA By Enza Blanehard V V Jones Sr. president of Bob of the first publication of this Estate 'ot As ,Executor of the
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Free Following refreshments, Mr. and Mrs..D.. B. Thomasare 'Mr'a d Mrs. N. G. Mott : notice. Each claim or demand Last Will and Testament of
the two .recent brides opened ftAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIALLOUEEX making frequent visits to visited Mr. and 'Mrs..C. H. Jones University, Greenville, hall be in writing and shall James HOfD&by" deceased.T ...
Hall.Funeral S. C. will be repeated Satur- state the place of residence and.. Frank' Landrum
:Annie Warren Bride services were Wed- : the gifts. Mr.; Thomas' mother Mrs. Layfield in Gainesville Sun- post office address of' the Attorney for said Estate.Bo .
-Of JtJr1I1a.nsen. Oct. 25 nesday in the DeWitt C. Jones Mrs. Hansen was also guestof Green who is critically ill in day. day night at the Gospel claimant and shall be sworn to. III.V Starke,' Florida.1O.ISV4t 11-
Tabernacle.Mrs. by the claimant: his agent or
Chapel in Starke, with burialin honor at a surprise per- Jacksonville W.. Bl: .Moore arrived home
I Annie.Warren of Florence
daughter Hippie chil-
Santa Fe Cemetery near sonal shower Tuesday evening Rev. and Mrs. L. T.< Howe Saturday from Cape Yaka-
.Tklr... and Mrs. James Warren.ot Hampton Lake.Survivors given by YWA girls. andV children spent Friday taga Alaska. He will be at dren's flannelgraph teacherin SERVICE
became the bride of
Starke. Bible left
include two Scared Of Fallout? with his mother. Mrs. Addle home with his mother Mrs. Monday
Jerry. Hansen son of. Mr. and Freeman Hall of Gainesville sons., CD Director Says :_ z'V: V Howe in Thalman. Ga. Ophelia Moore. afternoon to visit her brotherin PHONE 964.2600, I
.Mrs. Bill Hansen on Wednesday Don'tflunJist Hide! V:: V Mr. and. Mrs. Alex Williams Pennsylvania for a fer
Angus' Hall of Keystone. : Mrs. V. H. Appleby and DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
afternoon Oct. 25
in a weeks.
Heights, two daughters, Mrs. "Bradford County is not daughter visited Mrs. Apple- and Kirk of Jacksonville visited
Funeral Director
at the Registered
Baptist C. Jones
Audrey Geiger, Jacksonville; considered a target area," by's parents, Mr.and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green ,
pastorium home of Rev. andMrs. CONGREGATIONAL Starke Fla V
and Mrs: Cecil Walker, Rivi- Mrs. Gladys Scholl Bradford E. Warren. Saturday. Friday night. ,
McElroy. era Beach, and 12 grandchildren County CD Director told Sunday visitors of Mr. andMrs. :Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Carterof RENTAL SERVICES \

: Rev. McElroy performed the and several great-grand- Hampton PTA members last J. C. Tye" and family Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. s. North 301 2 1-2 miles out Hospital Beds, WheelChairs, Crutches i

double-ring ceremony. children. week. v were Mr. and Mrs. George K./Carter of Ft. White, and of town on. left of the road. -

I For her wedding the bride Revival Baptist Church Mrs. Scholl brought out Atkinson :'Jacksonville.. Mrs. Mamie Hodges attended Young People's Meeting,

"'wpre a beige suit and acces- Begins Sunday, Nov. 5 .that evacuation is not the Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins their youngest brother's birth- Friday 7:30: p. m. Sunday I

Sores! with a corsage of white A week of revival meetings. primary concern here for this and David of St. Augustine day dinner Sunday- in San- School. 10 a. m. Sunday Night

carnations. She carried a starts Sunday morning Nov. reason, in case of enemy attack visited Mr. and Mrs. P. L. ford.Mr. Worship, 7 p. m. Everyone

white Bible. Mrs.. Howell Wil- ,5. at Hampton Bapist Church: and said that InStructions DiI1kin& over the weekend. and Mrs. J. D. Douglasof cordially invited to attend-I POWERFULDtfl

liams. sister of the bride, ser- with the Rev. Marvin V. Sted- for Jacksonville people Friends of Mrs. John Brown Lake Butler visited Mrs. W. Rev. Carl Edmondson pastor.

:Ved as matron of honor wear- ham of Palatka as evangelist. given over radio and TV do are pleased to note that she is T. Blair and Billy and Mrs.

'ing a like suit with black ac- with meetings at 7:30 p. m. not necessarily apply here. at home again after a few W. L. Douglas Sunday. LAUREL MISSIONARY

eessories. each evening through, the, fob since Jacksonville is a target I CONTEST days in Bradford: Hospital.On A-2c Winston Kelley, who BAPTIST CHURCHRev. '

The newly-weds are making lowing Sunday, Nov. 12. area.The I.WINNERS AT LAUTEY Saturday Earle Mosesof recently completed a tour of D. E. Willis Pastor Dtfl : V

.their home in Starke where Rev. Stedham Baptist associational talk on civil defensebyMrs. ,, :Mary Wilkerson and Charles Jacksonville'.visited Mr. and duty in Alaska is home on Sunday School and Worship : 'TARL

Mr. Hansen is employed. missionary for this Scholl and distribution MdKinney were 'winners a Mrs. H. T. Bennett and Mrs. leave with his mother, Mrs. 2 to 4 p.>m.: Sunday. i : .

.College QuareteAt area has been guest speakerat of leaflets concerning it, followed recent King and Queen contest Bennett's brother, Marvin Doris Kelley.Mr. Tuesday' Prayer Meeting

Christian ChurchA the church here on several the regular business sponsored by the Young Peo. Thompson and family visited and Mrs. B. F. Guest "7:3Gpin.: .

quartet from Atlanta occasions. Jimmy Crosby of meeting of the PTA in the ple's Endeavor of the Churchof the family Sunday. I I of Paducah, !>Y. are visiting Saturday Church Services- i

Christian College Atlanta. Ga. Starke will serve as song lead- school auditorium Tuesday 'God at Lawtey. Sunday guests of the W. F.j'[I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham 7:30p.m., i PE"I.ORMERGt&ek19':

were, guests of the Hampton I er for the nightly services, night last week. Final plans Moore family were their son- Jr. for a few days. I II

Christian,Church last Sun4ay and also be in charge of for the Halloween carnivalthis World Day of Prayer was in-law, Wesley Thomas and Mrs. H. O. Brown is visiting I
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presenting special music for special music. week were made. The new observed by members of the Robert Thomas of Henderson- Mrs. Vergie Hale in Lake Butler ,

all services and also.speakln'g There will be a prayer 50-star flag a gift from Grace Methodist WSCS at the ville. N. C,' for a" few days this week. ,

Curing the Sunday evening meeting at the church this American Legion Post 56 was church Monday night. Mrs. Grace Methodist Church Linda White of HOllywood. WILLIAMS ;

service.p Saturday 'evening at 8 p. m. officially presented to the George Roberts conducted the Church School 9:45 a. m. Dick Gwin of Miami, Linda :

The college group were honored for members of'the church PTA group. program. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Green A-2c Winston Kelley, JEWELRYREPAIRS I;

at the church covered- with special music.1IIseeUaneous During the question-and- The Halloween Carnival Evening Service, .7:30: p. m. Gene Edwards and Shirley.

dish dinner at Hampton city Shower answer period following Mrs. sponsored by the Lawtey PTA with Mrs. Fox in charge. Subject Green,' were Saturday night. PORTABLEbiWestinghouse

,hall after Sunday morning Honors Two Brides! Scholl's talk members learned Saturday night was a great a study in Exodus. Of- dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.F. '

services. The local church has Mrs. C. W. Slade and Mrs. that there are various typesof success. Around 175 plates ficial Board will meet at 7:30p. M. Vickery and their WATCHESDIAMONDSAll;.

been contributing toward the Jerry Hansen were honored fallout shelters_which may were served and others came m. Nov. 8. All board members daughter. Am). Ann was home Work Guaranteed .

building fund of the college with a bridal shower Wednes- be constructed but folders later. There were a good urged to be present. MYF for the weekend from FSU in A. C. Williams ,

during the past years. day evening of last week at and leaflets also describe many out of town visitors. meets each Wednesday at 7:30: Tallahassee.We 142 W. Call St.

Airs. Sallie Hall Hampton Baptist Church many lesser safety measures: Mrs. B. E. Reddish is in p.m. were very proud of the .

Dies In Gainesville after the regular prayer meeting storing of water canned foodstuffs Tallahassee visiting her son- First Baptist Church Brooker Garden Club last Starke, Fla. I'I I

Mrs. Sallie Hall. a lifelong. I service. given by ladies of I first-aid kits, flash- in-law and daughter. Mr. and Sunday School. 10 a. m. week when they won t top honors : I V

.'-" .V V lights, etc. so that present Mrs. J. O. Pons and children. Morning Worship 11 a. m. with their exhibit at the I VVVVVV V V

buildings may be used as This visit was especially because II BTU 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship Bradford County Fair. This I JVr V VV V ,,
_ to their best advan- of the illness of grandson their first in In Count: Judge. Court IB VV V _
shelters i 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting was entry the And For Bradford County, !
ROL-EZE tage in case of emergency.The Jackie. ,I each Wednesday, 7:30 p. horticulture division. Flordla. I VV V; V t .*
central part of most Mrs. C. E. Strickland of m. The Revival will start The Terwillegar Motors deceased.In re: Estate of Lester Kite
A premium, latex base prod. (Maq : : T
uct for ALL exterior surfaces houses would have only about Gainesville spent Sunday I Monday, Nov. 6, with services Team defeated the Brooker NOTICE OF FILING PETITION I : < < I

I : wood, rnoionry or half the radiation. as "outdoors afternoon with Miss Elizabeth each evening at 7:30.: Everyone Bulldogs Saturday morning PeR ADMINISTRATORTO FINAL DISCHARGE OF i :

metal! Needs priming onlyon for instance and with a Terry. invited to attend. 14-0 in the Bantam Leaguein ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN -I' : :

new wood. Superior hid- lack of actual'certified fallout ,Mr.: .. and Mrs. Irvan Covington Starke. : ,
i HOUSED Notice is hereby given that I
ing) brilliance end durability. shelters, locations such as of Gainesville spent the ..mvvyvyvvm.miBROOKER have,. filed my final returns as
PAINT these, without an outside window .weekend' .with Mrs. Coving- METHODIST CHURCH administrator of the.estate .ofj" :

$89 L are the safest places in ton's grandparents, the ,Carl Lester have filed Kite my, ,petition deceased'that for- final 11! ;; ; E:
the average home. Deputy for Prevatts.' Sunday [Homecoming Day] discharge, and that r will apply
to the Honorable Theron A. 'I
Defense in Hampton is Mr: and Mrs. Ralph Smart -Church School, .9:45: a. m. '
Civil By Shirley GreentALAAAAAAAAAAkkAAAAA& Yawn County Judge of Brad ti4: 'A 4
EVERY 2nd CAN _____ Morning .
W. M. Phillips. and daughters Jacksonville Worship a. m. ford County. Florida on Novem-
MYF Snack Supper, 6 p. m. ber 17th 1961 for approval of
After the meeting, refresh- visited.Mrs.. Mattie Hendersonover the sameand\ for final discharge V
BUY ONE If ONE ments were served to the "25 the weekend. & Youth Meetings, 6:30: p. m. as administrator of the :

adults and several children Mrs. Ed Carter 'of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Alan Messmoreof Junior Choir rehearsal 7 p. estate October of Lester 19th. 1961.Kite, deceased. $$1-8995

: FREE V f"Giwai.. by\\ present. Hostesses were Mrs. ville was the guest of her son Ocala visited Mr. and Mrs.A. m. Evening. Worship. 7:30: p. L, J.. Kite Administrator of V

OF EXTRA COST Uo liusknpnJ lOtto Hicks Jr. and Mrs. Wesley Allen ;Carter, and family, and L. Green .satur 'ay. m. Fireside Chat for Intermediates .- the dece 'sed.Estate' of Lester Kite k

I I Griffin. other relatives and friends I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry I..m. and Seniors 8:30: p. 10-26 4t 11-16 You- can be.sure,. if"it'sWestih1iause!
PersonalsMr. last Saturday. a> '
and daughter. Karen of In Tke Court Of The County
To Mary Carter and Mrs. Delmar Williamson Malley Prevatt of Jacksonville Gainesville visited Mr. and Rev. Thomas Mitchell and Judge; Bradford County: '
: SPECIDL L L visited the Carl Prevatts Rev. Bob Bommer, former Florida, la Probate..1 I
are the parents of a Mrs. M. .O. Harrell SundayMr. In re: Estate of James Horns-
Customers daughter, Shirley Anne born last Sunday. "' and Mrs. Lamar Hall pastors will be guest speakers by, Deceased.To .

Friday, Oct. 27 In Alachua Mr. arid Mrs. Bill Woodard 1 were the at. the Homecoming services All Creditors aid Persons Against
and Patricia Sunday Having:- Claims or Demands -
4-Quart General Hospital. Visiting here and, children of Clearwaterwere guests of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin this Sunday. Everyone is in- V Said: Estate:. NORTH FLORIDA .SUPPLY CO.
$ : You and each of you are here- !
Wil Saturday overnight guestsof vited to share in the program. .
early this week were Mrs Hall in Starke. by notified and required to pre- .
Vernon Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews Bring a basket'dinner and sent claims or demands
Pressure Cookers 10.63$ liamson's mother, Mrs. A-3c and Mrs. Woodof any 412 E. CALL STREETTryViheTop
which or either of you
DeWitt of Palo Alto, Calif., and daughter. Miss Vera Turner Air Force Base,"Albany enjoy the fellowship. may have. against the estate of V

and'her uncle and aunt, Mr. Crews accompanied them Ga. were jthe Sunday Monday Circle 2 will -

$19.95 6QuartPressure and Mrs. J. A. Hughes of home Sunday and returned afternoon guests of Mr. and meet in Fellowship Hall at 3
Monticello. Ark. Paternal ,; Monday with Mr. and Mrs. p. m. Mrs. Maude Fields and
Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. and
Cookers $13.30 I grandparents of the new baby Glen'Crews who are now residing Mrs--Pauline Torode hostesses.
girl are Mr. and Mrs. Wiley here. Official Board meeting, 7:30p. :
Williamson of Hampton.Rev. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. McCaf- and MrsJimmy Crosby m. 2 and Sees
and son of. Starke visited' Mr.
$39.95 RevereCookware and Mrs. W. P. Mc- and Mrs.Lloyd:'Barry Sunday.Mr. Tuesday, Circle 1 will
Elroy and children drove to meet at the home of Mrs. S.
the Coliseum in Jacksonville and Mrs. E. W.V Hodges
: Sets - $$26.63Other Tampa Friday to attend the G. Denmark 10 a. m. Mrs. T.
on Sunday afternoon last and family'of Gainesville were V
Florida Baptist GA house- T. Long co'hosteSs.Wednesday .
Revereware at Similar Discount party that evening and Sat- week.Mrs. weekend guests of Mr. and Prayer Meet- V Rambler With
T. F. Brown left last Mrs. Evan Hodges. Compare
urday, and also to visit rela- ing and Bible Study, 7:30: p. V
weekend for several days' visit Mrs. Wilson Green and .
321 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. tives there. m. '
in Miami with her soninlawand were'weekend
daughters of Jacksonville
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Cox and Thursday Prayer Group the Other 2 : V
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. guests of Mr. and Best-SellingMakes !
Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Norman Gordon Weest and family.Mr. Mrs. Dave Green. Fellowship Hall, 9:30: a. m.
MARY CARTER PAINT CO. Hampton City Chancel Choir rehearsal, 7:30p. :
and Mrs. James Home Mr. and .Mrs,. J.. R. Mott

:More Than 700 Stores Coast To Coast J I Council Municipalities tion of the at the Florida opening Convention League recep-of at: Jr.Florida festivities attended of in the Gainesville University Homecoming on of visited Mrs.Gainesville.Sunday.Dave Mrs.Brbok Green.Perrymanin Mrs.. W. .Saturday m"for young- people Membershipclass uniting t >.; '.'! V ;;:; 1; ?;;;;"'f ::{ 1

with the church 10 a. m. ..... .-...' .... ..,.(.. ..
__ Friday and Saturday.Mr. T. Blair. Mrs.'T. W..Markey, ." ....... .,, ...''."' '. ..:'..:.."..,,,::1.... '>',.:''.:,.. .'"ij:.:.;,':. :...:".."":1'":"' '.:*
and Mrs. Mlton Misnerof 1 : '. '.:' 'f ,i ?(7;'.": :. :: ;; < .ti"p : ::{
[ Mrs. Rosa Pinholster. Mrs. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS .,- T.>', ...:.'/.:' '
Gainesville are the parentsof Ann Kleinman, and Mrs. CHURCH V V V V .;;>Y. ::': : :. .. .' .. +,'.. '.; './F: 1
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STARKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY a daughter Susan Rae, James Temple. attended the t; V' / ,; ,:.. ...,.r' >,;...;..:::\( '
born SaturdaY, Oct. .28, at Bradford County Fair in Sunday School 10 a. m.; V >..,, V : (-.r{:i;>.r/;=i>''!'j
Al chua General Hospital Starke Wednesday. They were Morning Worship, 11 a. m. .. .'" __ \ ; .. .'<'.'l.V.' /. <'.':".'';'<
.. ---- r I Mr: and Mrs. R. H. Parker of there to arrange the exhibitsfor Evangelistic services, 7:30 p., f,:>'''''Yi

:AUTO BODY SHOP AUTO RADIATOR I ,J. B. Wright Hampton are grandparents, .the Home DemonstrationClub *1. I L ._ .._ "V.';(m::3

II I and John,Parker is. the_ :new and the Garden Club. "Come, let us reason to

-Mack's! Body Shop Ed Prevatt's Garage' SINCLAIR STATION SERVICE baby's greatgrandfather.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Eudell Vaughnof gether." I .;.0.

BODY & FENDER _REPADIS .and Mrs. Lonnie: Melton Miami and Mrs. R. K. _
COLLISION SERVICE Complete Auto Service ; and family attended Sunday Dukes of Lake Butler visited _V ( J ,

Matching Cores Bedding Tires Batteries Accessari** services at the Baptist Church Mr. and. Mrs; T.'W. 'Markey,I- ___V_._ I..L.l F k I

Painting Flashing. Crank Shaft Electric Weldiar near Dunnellon where their and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green! cftff5fti : / ,, V
542 Madison 869-2801 V _
son; Leonard Melton is serving Saturday. V _
Lawn Mower Motors Repaired !
Phone 969-2415
AUTO TIRES as pastor. 3Iiss Linda White of Holly-
tOSS N. Tosple, Starke Phone 954-0154 Mr. and Mrs. Henry McClel- wood. Dick Gwln of Miami '

I-- Or 9643861So. Starke Recap Co. lan and children drove to and Miss Linda Green all students -
Wahutt Starke uIzMR
AUTOMATIC Pappy Baolsteo, 'Owner MgI. North'Carolina for the week- at- Florida);. Southern All-New Rambler Classic 2-Oocr Sedaiv-LoungfrTiitSe Bucket Reclining Seats optional
TRANSMISSION\ AUTO SERVICE Recapping for Cars & Treefei end last week. College 1n I.. .kel&nd., were ,

ONE DAY SERVICE Bob Fane drove to Lan- weekend guests of ,Mr. and '1962 Rambler r---------- tmmmm mffummm*

Tanner'sGulf NEW TIRES AT SAVINGS caster, N.,C. on Sunday last Mrs. Earl Green. Brings

ServiceGULF Dodd Service & AUTO-LITE BATTSRIE3 veek)).bring Mrs. ,Faile and Mn: and Mrs.Jimmy Whittleof I Haw Lower Prices (on' I

Auto Sales Phone t<<-ml children home after ft visit Jacksonville were Friday You 102 Improvements .
'PRODUCTSComplete 155 N. Temple; SUrte there with:'Mr. Faile's parents night guests of Mr. and'Mrs.W. 1 All 62 Rambler ModuliRambI.rAmbussdorVeEvery'62

Automatic GENERAL REPAIRING Mr* -and, ).Mrs. Ernest .Faile.. E Bigham, 'Yr.'and' family. Rambler has passed all but two other I II
TranaBlssiona FARM SUPPLIES .Mr; and.Mrs.: John Parker Mr. and Mrs. Sam Crutch- I makes in sales (latest official registra- I model at least' $200 lower than ?61.
International Lifetime
Service aad Repairs I Rambl. Classic 6-ffom $50
.of.1I Mr. to
mptmi and Mrs.
field of Gainesville visited Mr. IThism
tipn ). $230 lower than'61. 1
Mufflers I '. ? figures, January-August 1
For'.AH,Makes FIRESTONE Brownlee&, Albert Manis,!.and baby of and Tylrs: Lloyd Barry Sunday. 1 Rambler American-Already Ameri I .
Phone 954-2321 Gainesville' V returned home Mrs.B cue COne I1'of Hague OCTOBER BREAKS ALL RECORDS caps lowest priced. but inost model,
666 n.. Tenple, Stark Tires, Batteries. Accessorlee Chasteen last week from V is bitb.! I now lower by at least. $100 than 61. I _
528 S. Walnut 964-3881 a vacatIontrbto and Mrs. Jetteye Stanley of b.caus. 'Since the 1962 Ramblers were introduced I "
New York,state :.They-visit- Gainesville visited Mrs.'Hattie '
,Rambler sales have soared above I' 1962 Rambler Prices
AUTO PARTS .SEEDS. FEEDSFERTILIZERS ed/: JMrs. Parker's sons ,and Sowell Saturday.Mr. a.He cot a ten buck raise I
Starke 66" Service October in history. Rambler sharesits .
daQghters.'Mr.'and Mz& Freddie and Mrs. G. C. Norman fa. B3s wife is on vacation $

Starke Motor Insecticides Plants Maynard Mr. :and Mrs and daughter., Gail' of Tallahassee progress1tb customers by offeringan I I
-grates I
'. Bill Edwards. Friendly Bob. Milkpd Mrs., Jeanette were'weekend ests V Our,milk fa,to fresh that it obviously better value for 1962-'

Parts Co.. Inc. lyE SPECIALIZE Df. Farm"Your 6tere" Phillips, and Mr..,and 'Mrs. of.Mrs. Lottie Edwards. They does everything bat sass us I 102 improvements: Self-adjusting Dou- I Manufacturer's sugtested iactorHelifered Pfe I II V

-!ourMc&I I \ BRAKE SERVICE Cor.V Itt! A'Supply Chtrrr SterkiwELDINGARAG Prank V Morris;' ako Mrs.Parker's attended the-'Q tor'-- Growl evermeal when we bottle it.for Serve it at ble-S 'fety Brakes-new Road Com- I; 'ofR local nblefAmianDfcMiZ-Door!wes,ilMjr,ptioat! NAPAAUTO Wheel Balancing\ & 'Augnmenr t : brotherjgfl1 Friday flIhtV8nd'thC' UP-LSU pleasant mandSuspension,33,000milechassislubrication I .

I/tXVftp WWV4 For.VrBrDn1ee j PbAP4OV H4-86S1 ): law. Mr. .and Mrsj"*Charles game Saturday. heaWi-bvnd1nr energy.Ullliflt. on Classic and Ambassador I. /,' .. 'I I
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&.CSarkJphone. 617'N. Te Dp1e. Starts Daaion. fh Gainesville, & Y. :J.; -Townsend: was 'theweekend -4000-milc()()( engine oil cha.nge-oil -V !

I- 964-0801. : 96t.. tl thomas,W.1geetr4e ; "Mii W.IP. MeSroy", class ; ,guest of Mr.. and Biters standard? -low-cost 2-year cool! i

REPAIRS Gilbert S.V Brown ri hostess 'for" a Mrs T.*T.;Gtttherjr.; In Bar.; ant-2-year battery-many more.Check .
party for the'Hampton Bap- tow.'Mr. Gataesy: -and daughter RAMBLER
V < _aM. nitla. IIkY value!Check price tags!Learn
Earl' 'GarageAU.QWD8. St&oi Smfee SUH B ; tMTSS .Junior class Monday ter, :1ores dthMrPowE3end.t
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afternoon at fee visit.
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of,* Ali 1"JraMe MtHM VV$4; V II I-1Zt_.)l.a$44M1V -.:.... -Hal'Mi.V .. _-,,''.. ,.,"_'..,''"'Ii -. oai Ier d& 6-JiU' 'VtS'- IYIIiei et. :_ywAiLnrai 'DODD'S AUTO SALES, 529 S. Walnut" StStarke- ,.Fla.f .
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