Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 9, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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System ID: UF00027795:03608
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deficit of $9,097.93 in the accounts of: Bradford ,

Tool of the Trade County Tax Collector J. R. ,Kelly wag, reported. this -

r. ., ti.:.:.. week by 'State Auditor Bryan Willis. Santa Fe's Rebels who 'always play well against
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'/ Willis said that auditor ,_- aast", v. Starke will meet the Tornadoes in their,Homecoming
: :hr Frederic Stancliff found A. Darby. and County JudgeT.
A a tilt on Bradford Field Friday night.
I '4 ': A. Yawn both received ,
., deficit of ,8794.70 as of Sept. ,
f i. :- The lowly Rebels have won only 'one game so far?
:a< 30, 1960 and extended the favorable.audits! with ,no criticism'"ofthei -
"g '; : ywv' t'a b; 5 'rhfa'i ,7r. a: r this. season a 14-13 victory over Crystal River and
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u5 :ri 'rbJ'f. R.y a 0.r,k', .' audit period until June 30
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a't'kr l.. Y 1Sr collector time in .which to Audits, have not yet been r ; victim. Coach Len Register's talented. crew,will'be'

.. ti.. make up the deficit. received< of 'the office of Tax: .. seeking their seventh win of the season, their'17th in
-1 : .; :: At the end of the extended Assessor and the. Board' of I a row, and their 22nd victory in the past 24 games.

? K z '". v. G i,' time the cash deficit had Public Instruction hi iw Friday's homecoming is alsoa -

} d! .N grown to $9,097.93, Willis ., Keystone Conference battle running back He runs hard
said. The reason for the Starke presently on top and is hard to bring down.

% ,, .yQ u AC deficit was not explained., CodeAdoted r 4 rFyFtJ'w p Su 'fi .ry of the loop with four victor- He sweeps ends with'alacrity
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1 S; :r. M } S ,.r yq J .a..p. : Willis said the audit report 4r 5a ..t4 l ', 4., Fernandina is second with drives well also.
had been certified to the two conference losses to BBS Starting Line-up
s { a q qs Comptroller's office. A' spokes- For Work On' ;. .. Starke and Macclenny. Starke's starting line-up onoffensive'
..ft ; Coach !is' expected to have
man in the 'Comptroller's office y e Register has prom-
y. Ye' .,; said yesterday that fur- ised Bradford fans a wide at left end, Hallie Seymour! ;
>. x:wJa; ; ,Ry : .r .yea. Naj.igy: ; ,
J ther action on the audit was County Roads open ball game this week. "We left tackle Jimmy Smith; left

'tik ', a :t: o a 9w awaiting,"word from the Gov plan to throw a lot as we did guard, Mike Darby; center

Jfl. : ., ':: F..r .: ::x... ernor's office." in Fernandina" he said. "I Gary Kouba- or Harold Bishop -

''a The office of tax, -collector Bradford County Commissioners think the fans will enjoy the ;: right guard, Arthur Hoi-
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s ", liday; right tackle.
.. carries a bond off $50,000 meeting'here Monday game.
,I :;.. ;, .fie. Willis said.A adopted a code governing workon Santa Fe's team is small in ; 'right\ end, DeWayne Mc-

, I.I :;a n4.. ., $616 deficit in the cash county roads, and reaffirmed 75,000 SMACKERSFor number with only 15 men expected ai quarterback Irwin Martin
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I I accounts of Sheriff P. D. Red- the board's .policy of not to play the entire con- ; left half John Reddish:

.., <.:; :, dish was later made up by a paying for right-of-way on test. Though weak on reserve fullback, torn :Gardner; right
1. b brr a; former office deputy the State secondary projects. Development AuthorityThree strength the Rebels held Mac half. MartyStarling..
,i The road code clenny to 19-6 lead until Buster. Hughes and Ken
._-- u.___ Auditor said. The deficit was was preparedby a '
happy people were.these members of the the fourth drove Terrell will see'action at defensive -
7 Duval found in October 1960 and County Attorney T..Frank Bradford period. They
\ County Officers View Burglary Tools covered in May. 1961. Willis Landrum to give the public a County Development Authority as, they received their first 80 yards to score against ends; Bill Jackson

I Jn Trunk of Fugitives' Car. did not identify :the office clearer understanding of the check for $15,000, from the county's cut of the race track Macclenny though they lost wilT at one,corner linebacker

\ deputy involved nor' board's policies in order to de- the game 336.Quarterback. post Mack Hall will see dutyas
explain revenue. By legislative act, the Authority gets the first $15,000
how, the crease requests for !'privateI '' Greg Blount middle linebacker with
deficit occurred.
Addison of racer track to the
j Pavlas To Face moneycoming county each year for use
i work" that number H, is Steve Nipper alternating with
'. The audit said that budget I cannot be performed In a good passer
, : obtaining Industry or other needed developments.. Already Johnny Leeat'one
operations of the sheriff's office without making the Com- and'a fair runner. He throws defensive
ear-marked from this first payment is $5,000 to be. loaned to tackle. '
were generally well managed missioners liable for civil and both long and short aerials
: but that records were criminal prosecution.In the Bradford County Fair Asoclation foruse, in matching state well and is.expected to taketo Tackle Jack,McComb !is out
r. -Grand Jury Murder Probe < inadequate during. the audit the. matter of rightofway funds* for construction of fair buildings. the air Friday night. for two*'weeks' with a small

,. period, although "improve- for secondary roads the Authority President Carl Johns (holding check) has called His best receivers are right bone1n his ankle broken.' Hat

!.. ment was noted in.October : opinion was expressed that- it a meeting of the group for Tuesday night'to perfect the'organization end Sandy' Leatherwood, lie Seymour is also playing
i DfWitt Addison 33. andRuth hunt had started near Bald- ing and entering,'escaped froma 1960 ,when a new office would not be fair to pay one and plan future action. Other authority members number 81, and right half with a; wrist injury, and will
John Pavias, 48, will win when Pavlas and Addison no'sction on defense.
South Florida see He
prison for right-of-way without Jackie Chastain number 22.
camp deputy was hired.: person viewing '15,000 check With pleasure '
fa<*|A Duval County grand jumped a Duval County last spring. He is 'a native of paying all. Such a practice 0 are Clyde 'TerwiHegar"i Right tackle Tommy Beatty, broke a. small bone, in his
In further comments on thecollector' ((1 and 8. L. Peek, Jr. I
Jurylon charges of first degree -
deputy handcuffed
.f him to a Lake Butler. would "wreck the secondary number 62, left guard Morris right wrist in the Montlcellogame
l' 'laaurder in the October tree and fled into the woods. At the office, Willis said s number but didnt'know it un-
coroner's' Davis
inquest that remittances of taxes collected road. program taJfche. county. ,, Q.bay OrdeaBradford 52, and left
25'staying. ot State Trooper' : The deputy managed to get Elmer M. Duke a prison ; ,M.was said, t. '. .' .. .. .' I .tackle Billy AUigood, number 'til after last week' game.withSeymour .
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Edwin L. Gasque.. ,* the keys Fernandina.- ;
l'om his pocket freed trusty who was in charge of when The new rules governing .Y ". '74"8i'e outstanding linemen'on'the (! .
made but several distributions !
A i coroner's Jury In Baldwin himself and gave. chase I the bloodhound used by made 'after; county road work, are as follows team. bas practiced :.vi
Tuesday found that Gasque sounding the alarm 'that Casque, identified Addison were High Left halfback week with cast his
i : as the time : Approved Kenny Thomas a on wr ::
came to his death "In the liner limit provided bylaw .
touched off the most Intensive the man who and has caught
behind 130
i was the He also said that the L The county win install a pound sophomore passes wi :ii
of dUty'at the hands' of two manhunt in recent Florida palmetto clump with number (Continued on Page 3))
a gun in collector's wife culverts on the rightofwayof i For ; I Is the team's.best .
! men|who ,were fleeing from history. his hand after Gasque had the and son were 'the county>> road system ReAccreditationBradford ..._..
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on payroll same
a '}Jfruval County deputy Both Addison and Pavlas been shot He said that Pavlas giving abutting property owners -

i,I sheriff." The men were named ,have lengthy criminal records was lying on the ground about. violation time hi of;December state law.1960 1n accessto county roads if High School was da a noted authority on
and Pavlas.
" Addison and had teamed up to makea three feet away. the property owner furnishesthe unanimously recommended school re-accreditation. He
The fugitives who kept thecountryside Both In his report on theCounty for re-accreditation in a three noted
t men pleaded not guiltyto 1 culvert. Ownership of the that the high school is
from) Baldwin to. business out of burglary. the murder charge and Commission, Willis described day ordeal. under the eyes of running of
are culvert' when so installed win out space, having
t I Gainesville" in a.state of alarm .Addison. serving and being held without bond the county's financial condi- vest hi the county. As 'a mat a committee representing the only:four more rooms' which ,- : .
. during a massive eight-day a.half year sentence for break- awaiting grand jury action. ton as poor. "Finances were| ter of policy however the Southern Accreditation Association can be made available in 'A"building.
} manhunt were finally captured fairly well kept with;the ser- county will cooperate with the of'Colleges and ., Those four rooms ,

; ''Thursday night of last By County BoardSurplus ious exception that, expenditures property owner's wishes hi the Secondary Schools., .now/ house elementary children

weekbY police ha Dawson Ga. were not always held] matter re-locating the cul- But unanimous approvalof who win be .moved to s :a ;x w
.; They fled the Starke area within available resources," the committee, composedof
vert. appropriate schools as soon as
, In at pickup truck stolen Commodity ProgramFor Willis said adding: that over- 2. The county will accept 16 state college and countyeducators space is available' there. J ,

October 31 from the farm expenditures! In the General deeds from abutting; property came with three The first move in that direction iu?. _
home of Ira Wilson, drove to Fund and Fine & Forfeiture .shortcomings which must' be -
.owners to' rightsofwayfrom might be the construc-
Tampa where they purchased Needy Is ConsideredA Fund caused a substantial county roads to poultry housesor corrected by next fall's.school tion of a county junior high ,. '' .=' + ,
another car, then drove up a number of bills to.;remain unpaid other domestic buildings i term. for grades 7, 8, and 9. The* a*
Gulf Coast highway and on to at;the closeof the. audit and win maintain, such reads Foremost was that each committee recommended the :.=:-' :
Albany. 'G&- where they held program for the distribution to four county roads in the period. as part of the ;.county road class must .be limited to 30' separation of the junior and { : = -
II up"the,owner of a drug store of surplus commoditiesto following priority:. Clerk of the..'Court Charles system.' Such rights-of-way pupils and that all teachers senior high schools. .

11and, made off with .$1,100. needy persons in Bradford 1. About 3 1-4 miles of the =- shall be not less than 30 feet have one free period per day. Other shortcomings cited by : ;: .. '

Police in Dawson, Ga. picked County !is under considerationby "Vasco Forsyth road" from No Higher wide and must dead-end on The committee also consideredit the committee were:

\, 'up the teletype message the Bradford County Commission .SR 100 extending south to the abutting property.. Any imperative that additional No ,fire extinguishers in the -_ -
f ,and spotted, the fugitives carat At its meeting here where the grade 'intersects Th nk.'Co'odneb. culverts required in the con- materials be purchased and building and combustible materials ?"' :. -

a filling station about, Monday the board heard J. with 100 at the Carl Johns struction of maintenance'of that the principal be provided in hall, closets under 'z r' i ii
hour H. Fry Jr. Jacksonville. assistant grade. One Starke merchant reports -; with an ,additional secre ,
' 9:30: p. ,Thursday, an said roads win be famished by the stairwells in "C" building. n
,i and a half after the stick-up. director of the Commodities 2. The "Merritt road" or'Moody the following incident the property owner and* will tary.Approximately shortage of library facilities
Pavias was- asleep in the car. .Division of the Depart- road." as it is.some- during the past week.A become the property of the 200 .county and available usable

: and was easily taken. Addison 1 ment of Public Welfare..ex- times called between Moody's woman shopper'came in county. All costs of conveying residents including, 50 schoolteachers ..books. --
( had gone to.the restroom'and : plained the program whereby Store on. SR 100 to New River the store and ''inquired about title to the county must be heard, the approvalof Lack of a fitting room and : ; _, -
,i V#: fainted .when he came out to some ten surplus commoditiescan station, about two miles. the price of feather tleJdD borne by' the property owner the school for reaccreditation rest room facilities in the :. a--

- see his pal la the hands of be obtained without cost 3. About 1 1-2 miles of The price,was quoted., and no work;win be 'done'on and also.the_recommendations home economics department.:

/ officers. for distribution to eligible. graded road from SR 18 extending "Well, thank goodness, said road until a deed there- the ,committee had/4o Two funtlme guidance counselors + -:- -

; Pavias>> toki officers that Ad- persons in the county.. < north to, Carl Johns ''that's the same as It'was In for is received and accepted by make. One school board member were recommended to _
i( did, the..shooting from Mr. Fry 'explained that in road east of Hampton. t ,Jacksonville,", ;the shopper i the board. Ethan Sapp was, presentfor /supplement the one parttlme, : -: _...:. ,
t J Bison behind a clump"of palmettoes order to qualify for the program 4.,.About .two miles.of Morgan said. "I was op there the 3. No fin dirt will be fur-11 a portion of the meeting. four periods per day counselor. wd

1 r >> Casque with the aid of the county must,.provide -,. ,read between U.- S. 301, other day and started ter'bay nished. hauled or placed on Taken .as a whole BHS More :office space for-the 's, .
i When warehouse space sufficient and SR 16.Commission. some, but live, been .reading less than 30 pupils A
' bloodhound; trailed them the property of any private in- averages ;:Administration was also rec- 9 9a
" at to store three box carloads 'Chairman Carl those trade-at-home ads and pet instructor, but the load committee
;, : their .hl ding place, The [Continued on Page Four ,ommended. The a''
to of commodities: must Prevatt remarked that this decided to wait until ,,I got I'" becomes ,unbalanced because 'suggested moving the offices :

,. hire a person to Determine the was the first time, in his back home. ResidentsAsked of several remedial, and advanced to the present agriculture
J" i" rEVerbody>. eligibility of'. applicants and memory, ,that |the board had "But if s I a good ;thing it classes :which do not building and the construction

Out supervise distribution of. the set up a priority list for put- isn't any higher than tt was To Place Garbage carry the required 30 J pupils. of a.-new ag building. : -
V** commodities and must provide ting clay on graded roads. In Jacksonville,'* the shopper r Cans: Near House The committee praised the

I 'transportation of the commodities The action'was t ken"at the added. school's! effort to assist remedial Berries Bust OutEarly
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I err insistence of Commissioner Residents of &Wke.ve students but, cited the un :, ,
, Starke. Meal and flour must Green who .said he thoughtthe balance ,it caused In some
t ToRNADO be stored off, the floor. Butter projects in .his ,district 'P. 0., Banks" i been asked,by the city council! slass numbers' Other courses ToVisitPolls, ; '. 'Records- for early strawber
must I be kept under refrlgerII were overdue for some attention To Close I Saturday: l+ to locate'garbape'cans within. which are not remedial but lies fefflasi week.w"hen.I4py4 early-bearicsr to the unusually' "
1 ation. 'and lard must also be I 30 feet of the rear entrance of which are considered necessary On December $ Griffis picked five pints on warm fall weather Ee ab eadp' :'
WHIRL stored under cooling t I At suggestion of 'Commissioner The Community State,Bank their '"homes so city. employees1won't also do not carry 30 stu ,, Friday; New 3,from his four- has out 65,000 plants, ',with !
to walk to
I .......' .... Among the commodities Johns the county of Starke and.. the FloridaBanc have so far ; dents. Lawtey voters win go to the acre field northwest of Law- about a 98'.Pet cent stand and< :;
I y. : allable 'under this prpgram. will try to "get future bridgesover at Starke will not, be empty them. & T The. committee also. praised- :,polls on Tuesday Dec. 5, to ter: plans to set 20,000 more. He' i:,

y r 'ONiCHT pore lard butter, meal flour, the Santa Fe River open for business on.Saturday City, Councilman. Wayne| the faculty for "doing an: exIceUent ratify or' ,reject four major Pictured above with his stilt uses straw mulch, but, i'

' ...+,: .<: powdered'milk and eggs dried raised three of four feet abovethe Nov. 11, Veterans Day a legal Douglas said at the council '. job with what they; changes in'their town charter,, early-bird berries, Mr. Griffis plans to try plastic on about )
3 beans canned meat rolled present level .in view of holiday in Florida. meeting Tuesday night that' the have," but cited the shortage with referendum is a strong-advocate pf setting six rows this year, .

II :(Thursday. ) oats rolled wheat, 'and occasional the proposed future develop.I The Starke postoffice. win "garbage detail is .Just not of tricking, .materials.orsids. vision passed at the'a 1961 legislative pro plants .hi August, If weather While Mr. Griffis is already i -
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** seasonal items suchas ment of an inland waterway, I also be closed all day.Satur- getting around on Textbooks said the com- session. conditions are right He set picking! ries, moat growers!

t JBHS.STADIUMSpace_ cranberries, etc. pIt utilizing] the river for part of day Nov. 11.Democrats. to the fact some cans are mittee. by themselves are ncon'sldered The proposed changes are the plants from which these are struggling to'get a stand-'- :
f xSrr.. was stated &at all"welfare its course. K I so far from the road+ and it adequate materials.with 1. Increasing the term .of berries were picked the last with plants set out during September .\ i I

I : clients and most social County Attorney T. P." takes too long to get them which to teach today's! to two week in August when there and October. Others|* i

I security recipients would be Landrum reported that completion -: Seek, take #them to' the truck and students.t mayor from. one year his annual was plenty of moisture hi the are just bow setting taking :
,and raising
I IE E ,. eligible for the .commodities of the Dedan Churchroad I: Dollars For\Deficit then back to the house.' The committee r also 'recommended l- years salary from ,$100 to $300. ground, and before the Sep advantage of the three inches i :

which are distributed a right-of-way was still I City Clerk .>Herrin Edwards an additional fulltime 2. Increasing the term, of t nb i'-octoberdrought set in. of rain ;that fen here Sunday r,

l -kts, Contributed 1 1j month's supply at a time,. blocked, by ,the Inability to I The'-Bradford.'County' Democratic has-also asked residents ,to. assistf secretary to, the principal l- the town clerk.from one, year "The August-set plant will and Monday.( It. was the first j i-I i
A committee composed of obtain deeds from two property Executive Committee; readers,,by, cutting away to free him from muchQetail years with out-produce any other berry 'substantial>A in almost$ !
to no change oi
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Weekly to Publicized ] Commissioners. ssii Chas 'owners. He said that negotiations met last week and launched aj limits" "whiCh. obstruct,mefers."It .; and enable. him to devote in 'STUPID compensation. iwo to one," Mr. Griffis declares. > tb .:. ,ar '- "!r

t j :ComHioiiity Events by I tain. Jerome Johns, and Bus are still under way Dollars for Democrats drive to takes too 1 loaf:to.read :'a more time: to executive .- Last season he was Mr* Griftfc believes that,i._ h i f
I sell Green was appointed to on. these; parcels. H e also reported -; help reduce the,campaign debt meter when a man has to duties.t .. ; 3. Permitting appomt- stffl picking berries in June year in year out strawberries| N= f
1 CommunityState investigate the cost of providing that deeds are now in of the national committee.,, The fight his'way through'screen BoSdrng t Program,.cuedBHS ment of the townmar- from plants set out in August ere..the safestmoney-making; .
these services as the process of being signed on: local committee has been askedto of 11mhs l cad fc*M them back grill "soon have'to facea shal by the niayor''with ape 'With'V 25-year' 'record of crop for Bradford County. He= -

I Bank county's share of the program.In Road 225A from the BuddyNorman raise'$500'toward'this sly while be tries to read the meter vWhoki new, building, j.. proval of council successful berry growing, Mr. hasn't lost money a single oj

1 s sa other action the board farm io theWillieContinued and all "good Democrats" are and write the readi&g down at gram" stated Dr. Lee T. $r.j 4. Providing that no elected Griffiif.says' this! If the'earliest. year" darin: his' quarter of: a/, '.

-agreed-to'have. day applied ( on Pap 4}; i asked to contribute. .t the same t rae." the Clark a err, of the University of Fieri. Continued on Page-Four he has ever picked a numbex century cf berry growing. -


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Queen Crooning I,; !First Pecan I II predicted heavier volume atjj i Business Losses

the second sale Thursday>
Will Climax I Nov. 9. l!(Claimed On 301

( ,: F .. Auction Held The Schley variety brought!I
Tornado Whirl ,)II RelocationJames
ry I the top price of 30 cents ,

II Crowning of the annual BHS ) ;:, I Pecans sold at prices ranging while Curtis-most popular r I E. Moore, attorn
,. .> < 'f ;: from 18 .to 32 cents a among Florida growers--sold ,
II GLADYS MOOT.- PUti E Cwt0651.J3en. Homecoming Queen win ell- '-" ( for the State Road Departme
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. ,. pound at the season's first from 22 to 24 i
. max festivities-' the +colorftij : '?:' cents a pound took depositions here last Pi1
..-). ." .... ....J- auction held llast Thursday at Stuarts 25 i!
, !'Tornado Whirl pep rally te- ',,,, .. ranged from 20 to day from owners of right-o
Charley E.,, .Johns and, Seaman Bob Bmithof- !' the:] bight [Thursday at'Kadford "jr ,. .. J' the Starke' State Farmers cents, with mixed 'nuts and j way parcels on U. S. 301 Smut -

Jiinius M. Smith were among Naval Training Center, San Park .The Queen candidates, -...;.. I I Market- seedlings accounting for the ; who are claiming business lo

,. the large group of retired rail- Diego Calif will arrive home 'in members. tot the "Senior 4 I Volume was light at the low price of 18 tents. I sea in addition to payment f(

road employees who attendeda today for two weeks leave before "Class, are Gayle Andrews; first sale with only 1,191 The Starke market handles : their property.j .
celebration In Fernandina being assigned to Pacific Faye Alvarez Sandra ;Solano, t pounds auctioned Market. I nuts, from an eight-county.., 'i j depositions are prelin!

ffeach Sunday marking "the duty. and'Sandra"'Moore.; The-luckyi ,,."'...<. Manager. J. R. Wainwrightdoes area which produces most of'+ inary to the condemnati
100th anniversary of the Miss Louise Stern and Mrs. girl will be crowned by last ,'''' the state's pecan crop. Buyers ;:;trials which will be held stai
Fernandina. to Cedar Joe Hill Williams of Lake were plentiful at the first'auction I'
! Key year's queen Miss Sara Wood- .. .,( .:iJ i- ..". I trig in December.
< ""
railroad Butler'' attended Florida burn. J .,. r."r_ ; not go through an engi with three present from Among'those claiming bus!
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Rep. and Mrs. A. J. ThomasJr. State lusic Teachers convention "Skits by each class, and a -- -.": ....- __ _.F 'i;.: '"\. '.' ': neer I except as a source of information other states.: ness losses are Dr. C. J. Houpj

are spending Friday and in Sarasota from Sunday huge pep rally around a blaz- concerning the .T. R. Connell, Earl'' Goodman'

Saturday at'Vero Beach where to Tuesday. They were .accompanied ing bonfire will complete the I Ready For Homecoming; Show ent'condition of pres- 'John A. Torode, William File
Mr. Starke's sewer Good, Clean RMKS Wanted. Bradford -
Thomas will be the speaker by Mr. and Mrs. 'Whirl festivities. -..- County TVlegraph. J B. T. Thomas, and Mary Sme

at the Veteran's Day pro- W. A. Stern. George Roberts Jr. will A spectacular half-time|I with Santa Fe. musical tour ,of Las Vegas including system. zer.

Miss Mary Katherine Wain- Mrs. W. C. Powell and serve as master of ceremoniesfor show, based on the 'theme, ,. .
Freeman I ?j jI
.Register, drum
routines to such
wright was a weekend guestof daughter, Harriet, were visiting the Whirl while skits will "Fabulous Las Vegas," will be numbers ;j '!
her cousin,. 'Miss Becky Mrs. Nina, Andrews in be Judged 1>y 'Mfa. 'A. 'J. presented by the ':Bradford major; Cookie Mathews the'- head as "Wheel of ,Fortune I ;, I

Wainwrlgbi'In Atlanta, Ga. Decatur, Ga. over the week- .Thomas Jr., Mrs. Lavern Out- High School Band as a halftime majorette; and Twirling '"Shake Rattle and Roll," and Ii'I

and attended the Florida- end, and attended the Florida- law..Fred Snell. and Dr..Harry highlight of Friday 1 Tornadoes, backed by' the en "The Best.Things in Life AreFree. LL D k' :
marching band will take enmar
' Georgia .Tech game Georgia Tech, football game. I Gruen. night's Homecoming! Game I I ." ::
Homecoming fans
on a quick. i
Mr. and Mrs.. W.'B. Haynes ilr. and Mrs. 'Fred Snell The Senior Class ill sell I .

! of Fitzgerald, Ga. were weekend werelslting her mother, Mrs. chicken,box suppers in,the I the Whirl will be 25, cents, Homecoming sponsors' for Ward, Betty Lou Wainwright, _
1 guests t pf Mrs. '"Bertha T. O. ttorbety in Fernandinaover BBS .
starting 5:30: with all proceeds going toward, the game Friday night will\I Janet Nichols, Barbara Blank- '
\ Pearce. the '
weekend."Mrs. .
p. m. Thursday. Admission to'i
, Mr. and 'Mrs. J. H. DuPre returned with them -?or several the Senior class l trip. be Donna Trawick; Carol]|I enship, and Susan Slade. ,. ., e .

j and John'Sau'of Palatka 'days visit. Mr. and Yrs: Sanford.Ritch
were Mr.
and Mrs, T. E. Lewis
'. in Live 'Oak visiting Mr. and Col.and Mrs. T. T. Long and Miss Barbara Colley of attended the wedding of How To Fire An Engineer STARKE FLA.
Mrs. 'K N. D Pre. and Mr..and Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar Gainesville and Miss. Jackie Richard Courtney to Miss Pat ; .Y.:

Miss Sandy Saxon of FSUwa's spent Tuesday at th e! Colley Fernandina Beach Ladell in Jacksonville last

a weekend. guest of "Her Cloisters at Sea Island Ga. as were Sunday guests of Mr. Friday evening.Mr. City Solves Knotty ProblemStarke's SPACE HEAlERHEADQUARTERS f.

,cousins, Mr. and Mrs. 55. G. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd and Daisy Mrs.Ferryman.Jim Rltch and Mrs. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp, I. ; \ : .
Denmark. Lewis of''Wilmington, Dela-
i .. E. C; Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp, and
Long has reentered '
tr Mr. and Mrs. Charles Par Alachua General Mrs. J. S. Sapp attended 'the City Council faced I sentatives of Reynolds, Smith dS.5 I Ii
Hospital for .
I + sons of Amsterdam, N. Y. ar- observation Strickland family reunion in )a knotty problem''l'1esday night and Hills for reconsideration,
and treatment. '
D rise Friday for several day ', Miss Dade City on Sunday.Pic just how to go about firingone of the council'smove.. The !'
Jean Mundy of Jack '
EBIC visit with Mrs. Parson's brother engineering "firm so they two men reviewed before the RECOMMENDS
STARKE TM : \ and sister-in-law Mr. and sonville .'was. home for the Mike Reddish of Fort could legally employ' another. council, the entire history of. ?k.S' .
FLSUN..MON..TUES.t. weekend.Dr.
Mrs. Bragg N. C. is home 12
Clyde Terwillegar. on At their October 24 meeting, the; firm's work on the 301 \I II
Mrs. N. L. Woodburn and Mrs. Barney McRaeJr. days leave. i
was the council tentatively employed south project 1 ys r ;
:confined in Bradford Count: and family of Lake City the firm of Tanner and Associates 7 Y'i
Mrs. Eve Baldwin
the M. E. Dawkins
NOV. 12-13-14 Hospital for X-rays Mondayto were visitingMr.. and Mrs. spent of Melbourne to one of the d I IA
McRae Sr. and famly] on Sun- weekend with Mrs. Oscar H. en- representatives, told council i i-- 1 EIa _
Wednesday following the U. 301
ONE .GOOD FEATURE an au day. Thomas in Gainesville.Mrs. gineer city's S. that the firm had received
tomobile accident she was involved sewer project. The new firm
word from
Mrs. Paul F. F. Palrley of Way the Housing and
Etheredge of -
in Monday evening -o:n I was sought because council
The Parent Trap Jacksonville and Miss Mamie cross, Ga. Is spending two Home Finance Agency that!
SR :301 S. thought Reynolds, Smith, and
t Anderson and Mrs./P.'E. Stoneof weeks with her daughter, Mrs. one of Florida's senators would 11
Plus (Cartoon Mrs. Clarence Taylor and ,;Hill of Jacksonville, the city'sEngineers the
Archer spent the weekendwith Robert Taylor, and family. notify city within 30 daysof
daughter of Fernandin for the 19 ,
; past years
their sister Mrs. E. M Mrs. W. T. Jackson and son pad approvel of the loan. If fed
1VED. THURS., Beach former Starke residents Davis. been negligent in pursuing eral money is used for the t
NOV. 15.16 were Wednesday guestsof Marc, and Mrs. Frank Weaverof a federal loan for which the ject the prol
interest rate
Mrs. C. R. Bradford, Mrs. Williston visited Wanda
Mrs. Drew Reddish. city has applied to finance the
DOUBLE ta 1L "Mrs.' Wan the approximately 3 5/8 per cent.
FEATURE Mrs. R. M. Lehmann and Blair C.
soq Lt Arthur Lehmann of and Mrs. Nelson Green attended Lake City, on Sunday. So, as the time for the road's The agency in Atlanta has been
considering Starke's
Blueprint I requestfor
Ann Arbor, Mich. were Sunday the Field Workers con Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen face lifting neared, council the loan
since 18.
For RobberyAND visitors of Mr. and Mrs. George ference of the Wesleyan Ser visited Dr. O. B. Hazen in the sought to expedite matters July
,vice Guilds and the WSCS at On the termination of Reynolds
Miller. Lt. Lehmann remained University Hospital, Gainesville :with a new engineer. But a
with the Millers until the First Methodist. Church on Sunday. clause in the old contract stated Smith and Hill's con,

Second Feature Sunday when he and Lt. JackE. in Gainesville i Sunday after Attending the Fifth District that Reynolds, Smith, and.tract Councilwoman Ruby

Plus Cartoon Miller will leave for the noon meeting of the Florida Federf Hill: had to be notified 30 'days Johns said:

re Radar Interceptor School at Mrs. E. -C. Harden Jr. of f* ated Garden Clubs at"Rainbow w "before the firm's employment "I think they' were negligentn ',

t the James Connelly Air* Force: Wewarichka is spending the Springs.last 'Friday were Mrs. could be considered final. ; informing us of the 'progress

FRL-SAT., NOV. 17.18 Base in Waco Texas. Lt. Miller > latter pail of the week with K.T/Hazen"Hrs. D. Doyle, Proper ChannelsTo of the loan application

') DOUBLE FEATURE been home on four weeks her sister, Mrs. Herbert Mrs.:A. 'L. Crosby 'Jr:, 'Mrs. get things back to order r, think} it would> do ,them. and

leave. Thomas, and family. Mrs. Paul Raymond, Mrs. Maxie the 'council, acting on the adVice fis good. for the city to hire ; _
" Mr acid Mrs. / Carter, Sr.: Mrs. Smith JEe" I! of City Attorney Arch
,OklahomanAND spent the weekend with their in 'Palatka every day to visittheir Voe. Mrs. M. H. 'Lang, $%&. Thomas, Jr., passed a motion! ject. But we want to stay on I : ,.
J mother Mrs. Irene friendly terms with''them since \ B\IGGEST
son-in-law and daughters.lr. V. V. Hazen and Mrs. JfcsMe rescind the'minutes of the
Spook Chasers } and Mrs. J. M. High andPayle Roberts, who underwent surgery Young.: 7 t 'entire[ October p24 'meeting, the, they are competent engineers M I _
.*""" and Dianne Edwards in Wednesday. in Putnam. and hive served us well in the I' 1RADE-IN:
I Plus CartoonS I Memorial} '' Mr. and Mrs. G. 'C. T"ast one which contained notes 'Qfi ::1'
Jacksonville. Hospital past, and we might want topire 1
; the 'hiring' of
the firm.
j new ,
and daughter, Marilyn, of Van
_, -----0&I I Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams Council them again in the future.]Ij I DEAL
ordered Attorney -
; I and son, John, visited Mr. and 1 1I Wert Ohio were weekend Members of the council andAssistant j '
Thomas to notify Reynolds, ,
guests of Dr. and Mrs. H: G-
r I Mrs. Charles McQuaig in' Bollinger. Smith, and Hills,'of. the''termination City Attorney George .:1. IN TOWN

! I WAYNE'S1CAIN Waycross, Ga. over the week of the firm's, employ pierce were of the opinion that;I : Y

end.Mr. ment and to request waiver of \he rfiangeof engineeringrfirmsj 1 .
and Mrs. Dick Sieffer- $the 30 day waiting -p riod.] mould f not affect, the city's re-.:
i man 'of Tampa spent the All City Lots Council still plans to sign.-contracts Quest for ,the federal loan. Application l

weekend with Mr. and Mrs. with Tanner, ,the new -for the loan is signed: \. NOW% ;;

i $ "EfITE Merrltt Williams. firm, as ,soon as their former by theTnayor, council chairman, I

Mrs.'J. M. Conner -o! Lake To Be Cleared firm's employment! be,considered aid city clerk, and,not by any

::1 1 671 W. MadJiw! Phone 964-9231 Butler was 'a guest of Mrs. legally terminated.The engineer. ''And according to information -
Perkins last
Wednes /
new firm will .still be given'by Dawkins,

I WE: GivjJ"AMILY: STAMPS day. Mrs.'Perkins also had as Residents Told employed in spite of aTuesday the federal agency deals directly -; on the early purchase of the j'

Sunday afternoon guests, Mrs. night plea by two 'repre-: with the 'city ,involved and .y new Quaker "Challenger*
,f: Madeline Duke of Lake City, 1
' and "Mrs. Heater with automatic Air.
Kirby 'Crews.

' : EVERY WEEK; Mr.Tallahassee and 'Mrs. C.are H.Thursdayand Registerof assurance Starke Tuesday residents night received from ACRYLIC I Feed and circulating fan. r./. S a

i S Friday guests of Mr. and the city council that all vacant ,ROL-,LATEX' ,. ,'

: : 7 DAYS; Mrs. H. A. Lawson. lots in the city will be clear- i j 1 + ; wonhC 6111 exterior masonry 1 M,"CO.or /1 .. % J' in <

Mr and Mrs. John M. Millerof ed ifp shortly as part of a t' interior wolfs end ceilings.No F : -1r

!r A WEEK | Daytona Beach were visit citywide cleanup campaign. u k' A point odor,Tqalck drying.
r I ing their ,parents, Mr. and .
55 : Mrs. E. L. Matthews and Some lots have been cleared -
1 1 Gal., JugFOREMOST 1-2 Gal.SIESTIA. and Mrs. S. R. Miller last in the past few weeks but 5225 t. 9B .\
.U -GAL lr its ref r eo ....s: ..._ i
Wednesday and their
Sunday. owners have questioned ,
1 Mrs. Annie Hollingswaand nth why other lots in similar con- The/ Only Oil-fired Healer

i daughter, Penny, attended dition have not had to be EVERY 2nd, CAN FREE <
1 I the funeral of Mrs. JanieCellon cleared- "If we have, to clear thc carries the fabulous2WAY

; 1IK1CE .MlLK ; of Gainesville at the our lots, everybody shoulfl ,lily ONE GET .O.N.E I

, Antioch Baptist Church last have to, citizens have been I II I i 1 r

Saturday afternoon. telling council members. FREE : u.evwih .. .
Paul Knight of Miami will Councilman Wayne Douglas OF EXTRA COST a.l lr fmf ,
990 | spend the weekend with "his a member of the sanitation -
mother Mrs. D. E.
answered thee
:' Plus Deposit Lucille'Davis spent th citizens Tuesday night by sayIng MARY CARTER "FAINT i((O. I 2Fr

weekend with Mr. and Mrs. If they don't .believe S '" _

1. fetter; ;Health: At ,Better ;;Prices, H. G. Davis Jr. in GainesvilleDavis some lots will be cleared, just :More, Than: 700,Stores Coast:To Coast .' 'IS' GUARANTEED.t(+i beat year I '*

Mrs. had as Monday let them look around in the I 1 boa an 25 to 33ft%less fael tbaa I
morning visitors Mr. and Mr s. next two weeks. We've just .suai.L 'toy ordinary natural draft tcafcarer
:ARMOURS i Rufus Tatum of Jacksonville.Mr. !been YOUR MONEY BACK., I
waiting for the 10 day APPLINAGESCOOKWARE
\\'OJ! -,3 lb.\tin S 49; and Mrs. I,. O. Hazenvisited 'waiting period to pass." ,S'PE'CI' [ GUARANTEED:; to fire more I "- ... I.
; Dr. O. B. Hazen in the The 10 day waiting period 2 solid htatio comfort ta trtrytoutt I Satwfuel by topplyiaj correct aawsd rfilr .
'University Hospital on Sun referred to Is part of a city ; I tif yaw Lame on fens fuel I to burner at aU time reganSe eI dWmey !,
i' day afternoon. ordinance the I I i than any other oill l better or YOUB conditions.Eliminates draft prt .1'\1:1I: \
'LIVELY requiring city to ,8dONEY BACK. .. I snot aid micikft into kesL,(
1 Mrs. A. E. McKinney was ;:notify land owners 10 days And Practical Gift Items
all I
TOS JOOD .3 cans 19' visiting Mr.. and! Mrs. 'before I :
I. H. moving in to clear the
Hazen in Jacksonville overthe lots. The city charges $4-50 # II F JII//I/J IflIIAM : ,, :

weekend. per hour for a tractor and TO OUR MARY I I
'10 ''b TOSSMOMATICF03C0 l;
TABLE POTATOES '.29C Mr. and Mrs. F. V.; Herlong mower to clear lots. If brush WHOLESALE 4 dieck$... der Qo t t e? r

I and sari: Mark; and Mrs. :i is too heavy and manual labor CARTER CUSTOMERS* I I fetieres M fcelp prc s effident : A3 FAN!

'- Frances Herlong and son Rodney is "required there is a charge 'Ideal ,Christmas Gifts at Cow Cost' I
:LARGE FAB 19' of Jatbonville.spent' the of'$150; : 'per hour per-man. tow-Cot* Hma Kttft$: A automatic e.

weekend with, Mr. -and. Mrs Residents may clear the lots I HmssidifiaSf I
0 Butt <*. forced air
FIG NEWTON ,W. F. Herlong. themselves, request the city I \ I beating .ys. i
cello SK-1 Joe'Neal Belchewho is i to do so, or wait out the 10 I ; Mary Carter -Paints321N. 0 Ixnrffoe. Outlet let Fireplace. ; I tea for your ,
0RACKERS-llb. 35' I Stationed aboard the ""Hermit .days and have the city do the I 'losfe&atioas.. I home.dilates Cir I ..-: -

age", which was: docked at'job anyway and then send a'I' .0,,, W&tHigh Fifta.mControL: I one "
third _
Savannah, Ga. TEMPLE AVE. STARKE,. FLA. more ;:
over the week a bill for services rendered. "
air than
warm ordinary heftier 1baerr"et
FLA. D & D I end visited his'parents, Mr. /, I a Automatic Safety Oil Control I fas.Tarns"on"and"off"automatically.; Ur

,. I and Mrs.A. C..Belche-in.Lake ',VA1ve. E also be'used for Summer eiryitatioa
- t tIOOwst.e
'DRYERSgib. -
Butler and Mr. and Mrs. J. I
_, O. Caldwell in Starke. : = -.- -- -. .-,------ -----.-...
", :Complete Photographic :Service
ROE Mrs. J. C. -
I Fogg and children

: FISH lb. '. 29' visited relatives in Jacksonville I Tfce Heater toy if, a Lifetime! Trade ;Now ami Savet l ;
Sunday while ''Mr. Fogg .
Hallmark Greeting f [
was In the Scrub. : A I
: CURED'SMOKED 'Mrs.Henrietta Hunt Mrs. Film I O11111ng I -Cards ;
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lb Eva Gentry. and Mrs.:: A. L ,Watches t Denmark Furniture e
BACON i 39 Brown'' were in Miami from Jewelry Feature" Lock"Diamond 11 : w. j

Sunday to Friday :attending ,&_ 'dioaD1l Gift ,Sho f ,
Bibka t' _
'p '''- !
the: Grand Chapter meeting ." !. 0 STARKE (
MEATY\ "' cf the Eastern Star.' Mrs. Tape Recorders j Weddingr.. .. *- I .' ,

BONES -tlb.. '. Hunt took part in the activities Phoabgraplis} Starke ". r"
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Girl Scouts Hold 1 Mrs. W. Mundorff Methodists I Torode Defeats 'fry at the Starke_ a*\FarmersMarket '\ .. their next meeting, Homecoming
last afternoon.

Investiture 1 Honored With Terwillegar On Marlowe expressed appreci
i Observe Congressman D. R. ation to the Dixie Lily Co. for ,Game Set

1 Service_ Thursday 'Stork Shower i, Mc eod's Long RunPaul [Billy] Matthews was a providing hushpuppies for the
special guest this occasion. I,
on successful fish fry.
The Girl Scouts and Brownies Mrs.. L.' M. Gaines Mrs. R. homecomingAnnual McLeod ran 94 yards Curtis Kirlowe, Farm 1 I For Friday
l GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-0631 held an impressive.Investiture E Lewis, Mrs. Horace Crock- for a touchdown with only Bureau president, said that 0111

rt., i .service,Thursday night of rell, and Mrs.:T. E. Lewis gavea Homecoming Day was two minutes left in the game plans are-under consideration'!'-, [Continued"'From Page

South last week in the Starke stork shower Wednesday observed at the First Methodist to give Torode" Shellers an 18- for a family night covered i i WANTED-Clean, Cotton

I side PTA.: .. J.ior Women Woman's Club building. evening, Oct. 25, at the Elks Church last Sunday 12 ,victory over Terwillegar dish supper quarterly. as is''(Rags, No Khaki Shirts or his usual ease, said Coa|

Meets Tuesday; Vote To FinanceCD Conducting the candle- Club honoring Mrs. Wayne when 322 persons attendedthe Motors last Saturday morningin being done in seme other' Pants. Bradford County,I Register. ,The cast will

lighting service were Mrs. J. Mundorff.An morning worship service 'a Bantam football game. counties. This will be decided]|Telegraph. removed lor the game Fri
I TraineeThe
The Southside Elementary D.. Warren Brownie leader attractive blue and pink to hear Rev. Thomas G. Torode jumped ahead on by the board of directors at I|I night, the coach said.

PTA met Tuesday night with and Mrs. Pat Cauffman Scout color motif was carried out in :Mitchell, pastor of the First the first play of the game I -

the vice president, Mrs.. J. T. Junior Woman's Club, leader, and Mrs. H. G. Bol- the party decorations. An imported Methodist Church in Braden- with a pass from Dale Crosbyto 1

Prevatt Jr., presiding in the meeting Monday evening in linger, co-leader. The Investi- lace cloth covered the I McLeod for a 60 yard
the club house, voted to send ton.Mr.
absence of the president Mrs. ture opened with the flag refreshment table which was Mitchell was pastor in touchdown.TerwUegar< 1I :
Wendell Kelly of Lawtey to I \iT
M. H. Sheppard. ceremony by the senior centered with an arrangement Starke from June 1950 until I tied the score 11 r
New York to receive trainingin
Mrs. Kate Sheppard pre- radio logical monitoring.Mrs. Scouts. of white and blue mums and April 1954, during which I in the second quarter with '

sented the program keeping1n J. V. Rowe chairman of Brownies invested were: : pink gladioli. Silver trays and time the new Methodist sanc- Randy Joyner scoring on a I .i

: line with National Educa- community achievement, ask- Ellen Bloodworth, Nancy: Gay compotes held mints, nuts tuary was built. This Home-i 30 yard end run.

tional Week, "The Magic Kelly Richards, Rebecca Mc- and cake squares decoratedwith coming marked the 10th anniversary !
ed for the club to continue to I In the third quarter Dale
I Lamp of Knowledge." Three Millan, Sue Hurst,., Mary pink and blue booties. of moving into the ; .
support their Civil Defense Crosby ran 20 yards for the
students performed the storyof Elizabeth Haines, Diedre Har- Coffee and Coca-Colas were new church. 9
preparedness project, by paying I second Torode touchdown.
MileJ 'Standish. in music.Mrs. I rision and Robin; Warren.; Receiving also served. ''The Adult Choir sang two
R. S. Mullins ''presented a Mr. Kelly's expenses. "He second year Brownie Games were played duringthe special anthems at the morn- In the fourth quarter

tape recording made by her will receive this important pins were Terry Anton, Debra evening and prizes awarded ing service. II Terwillegar drove 65 yards and .r

'. second grade students about training and prepare to teach to the winners. scored on a two-yard run by
I Johns, Jan Ritch, Patty More than 250 persons re- rJ
others in the county
I Smokey the Bear and the im- Rosier and Jan Thompson. The hostesses presented the mained for the basket dinner Bill Jackson. MEN'S HANDSOME

portance of Conservation. Mrs. Randal Chitty, finance Brownie fly-ups to receive I honoree with a yellow shawl served in Fellowship Hall atj I i Terwillegar drove 60 yards

Hugh Ingram, BHS principal, chairman, appointed com- Girl Scout pins and wings I as a memento of the occasion 12:30.: This was a time of :I!!' again late in the fourth WASH 'N W'EARSport

gave a report on the recent mittee chairmen and announ- were: Beth Jordan, Donna Thirty guests were invitedto making new acquaintances I j| quarter but was stopped at

re-evaluation program at the ced plans for the 'StrawberryBowl Lou Patray Maralyn Patterson I' attend between the hours and renewing old friendships. !' the four yard line. After run-
high school. Queen contest. High Betty Jo Warren, and 7:30: to 10 o'clock.Wesleyan )!I' ning two plays McLeod ran ShfrtsDan
RevRobert D. Sommer :
School girls in the Noitheast 94 yards for the winning
The treasurer reported that Susan Scoggins. pastor of Methodist
I section of Florida are asked i touchdown.
the Halloween carnival Girl Scouts invested were: Guilds
on Church in Orlando ,
I ,
to take part in the preliminary In the second Brooker

Oct. 31 was a financial suc contest on Dec. 7 and the I Kay Lynda Colson.Strickland Judy McConnell Barbara,' Units 1 and 2, the evening service, with defeated Koch's game Drugs 28-13 299

finals to be held Dec. 8. The an attendance of 152. Anthemswere
cess.The and"Janet on the passing of their quart-
McRae Cindy ,
PTA voted to send Ma- Queen and her court will be To Meet TuesdayThe sung by the Men'sQuartet erback.

jor Harry Hatcher Jr. as a presented at, the half time of Nichols. Miss Marian Green '
Richard Klrchaine River woven plaids fancy broadcloths '

delegate to the State PTA the Elks Club Strawberry Bowl! Girl Scouts receiving Wesleyan Service and Miss, Marie deArce, and ,
care Ivy styles, challis with
convention in Hollywood, Pla. game on Dec.. 9- second year stars were: Lil- Guilds, Units One and Two, by the Junior Choir. cepted a pass and ran 60 embroidered trims. Quality fabrics and

on Nov. 1416. It was votedto Mrs. O. L. Abercrombie reported lian Richards, Beverly Mc- will meet together Tuesday Sunday School attendance yards for one of Koch's touch- tailoring full cut for comfort and y

have the president appointa on the BHS evaluation Rae, Sharon Rowe, Linda night, Nov. 14, at 6:30: o'clockin totaled 232, and 56 attendedthe i. downs. The other touchdown long wear. Permanent collar stays. Sizes

'Civil Defense delegate. The committee meeting. Plans were Strickland, Marilyn Bollinger, the Fellowship Hall of the evening Youth and Junior was scored l on a 70 yard pass S, M, I, XL. kr
aattendance Lavone Collins Darlene Star- play from Larry Thomas to J. '
: banner was won given for organizing the Methodist Church for a cov- programs. .
I for the third consecutive paper-back lending library at ling, and Sandy Campbell. Receiving ered dish supper followed bya R. Adkins. : !at
Arrangements and ; plans '
I month by Mrs. J. W. Shiner's the Bradford. County Hospital. their second year study course. ,,ni .
for the day were made by &'
stars and Salt Water badge Fish i
first grade. Mrs. L. H. Outlaw reportedon The study course, "Edge of I EnjoyedBy
the Homecoming 'Committee
were Sandra Register and the Edge," will be given by r Men's
the fall board meeting Farm Ivy Leaps
I Jackie 'Smith.Receiving composed of L. H. Futch, i Bureau
PTA County i which she attended on Oct. 2- their third Mrs. E F. Mayton. chairman; Mrs. C. D. Williams, 99
year Flannel SlacksThin
And FamiliesMembers
I 5 in Fort Lauderdale. Mrs., and John A. Torode.Negress 4
Council Holds yttthews
pins were Betsy ,
r i Drew Reddish reported on the Mrs. A. Q. Smith tapered legs, solid colors. Sizes;

i Joint MeetA District meeting held in Fern- Christine Anton, Lee Darby of the Bradford 29 to 36.Washable.
and Jayne Hardy. Receiving Given Stork Held
andina Beach Oct. 26. Farm Bureau, their families,
her third year pm. needlecraft and guests enjoyed the organization's '
study Mrs. Reddish continuedthe Shower
course on parliamentary
badge, and health and safety In ys Gabardine
annual family
procedure for the "religions of other lands" Saturday !

Bradford-Union County Council series with a devotion on Bud- badge was Gerry Beth Mooty. A. Q. Smith was hon- I night get-together and fishNEW : % ;' Tear round weight gabardines 599washablel
Harriet Loudon received her
of PTA's was held at the I dism.Mrs. third year pin and salt water ored "t a stork shower last Cutting Scrape need Bttte or no ironing.
Sizes 29'to 42.Wool .
Lennard Register pre- Wednesday evening, Nov. 1,
home of Mrs. S. G. Denmark, badge. x sF
e sented the names of the following given by Mrs. Don Page, Mrs. A 36-year-old Starke Negro
president, last Thursday. Senior Girl Scouts who Lillie, Mae Hood, has
new members: Mrs. Wayne Douglas, and Mrs. woman l Flannel
were capped were, Bobbie Sue
Charles Zipperer Mrs. Wayne Lola Garbett at the home of been released from Bradford

Douglas Mrs. Jack Hazen Barksdale Linda Rae Rosier the latter. County Jail under $1,500 M a.. i a Luxury imported Itofion wool l. expertly 699styled
and Betty Ann Register. Senior
Mrs. I.. J. Kite. Mrs. Billy The white linen covered refreshment bond after,being charged with
and detailed. Sizes 29 to 38.r .
scouts receiving their five
Dodd Miss Dianne Whitehead, table was centered assault with intent ,to commit 4
point pins were: Kay'Garbett,
Florida Mrs. Jerry Hicks, and Mrs. with a tall stork. murder in a cutting scrape.
Phyllis Haddock, Kathy My-
1 John Brabham. Games were played by the According to Deputy Sheriff y, "A1j I :
rick, Vicky Frees, Glenda ry
Mrs. Fred Snell conserva- 30 guests during the evening Dolph, Reddish, a 27-year-old I j4// .
Wade and Judy Cauffman. I
tion chairman, presented the and prizes were awarded to Negro man, Jefro Watkins, I
Linda Rae Rosier and Judy
program. Reports were givenon the winners. received, deep cuts on his right !
Cauffman received Aid bars
school conservation unit The hostesses presented the elbow and' inside his upper
TheatreSAT. for helping the Brownie troop .
and the film "Green Forest,'" ; honoree with a bassinet as a right arm, and shallow cuts' y. _
Betty Ann Register and Kay I
was shown. I memento of the occasion. above his right eye and on his
Garbett received Aid bars for
Refreshments were served in left chest from knife wielded :
assisting the Intermediate UP TO THE MINUTE '
the sunroom by the hostesses. Altar SocietyTo 'by the Hood woman., I HEARING I
NOV. 11 Girl Scout troop, and Phyllis HELP
Centering the refreshmenttable Dr. T. G. Ritch, Starke physician -
I Double Feature Program Haddock and Kathy Myrick Meet Tuesday STYLING IN MEN'S
was an arrangement of
I received Aid bars for helpingin '; said that Watkins! had
1st. Feature fall foliage and berries. lost a considerable amount ofblood.
1 the Library. I St. Edward's Altar Society 100 SHETLAND WOOLS'WEATERS
and would be in the
I Concluding the service the! will meet Tuesday. Nov. 14, at MAICO
Ladies Council hospital for some time. by '
Brownie t >
'gjppt fly-ups gave a program 8 p. m. in the Parish Hall. s ar
,. occurred last I Tiny half 6 transistor
Meets Thursday on the correct and I Members are asked to bring The cutting ounce

wrong ways to conduct a Girl 1 their tickets and stubs on the Saturday at Thomas Albert's inconspicuous behind cither aid fits securely (

( I The monthly business meet, Scout meeting. afghan as it will be given Place on Oak Street in oo and off in seconds.ear Slips

ing of the Ladies Council of In closing the girls 'formed away at the meeting. Plans Starke. According to Reddisha Boofneck .

\ the First Christian Churchwas their "friendship circle" and will be discussed for the com group of Negroes were playing do you HEAR 599le 699

f I held in the sanctuary sang their parting song. ing holiday season. poker when Watkins stop- but do notUNDERSTAND Style s-

GNi.scopECOIAR The refreshments served to ped at their table and grabbeda i
Thursday of last week at 7:30:
by DE UlXEj the Scouts and their parentsin $5 bill belonging to't 'Lillie ? Interesting new styling and detailing. Latest color I 'j
( p.m. Recent Births tones in rich-looking pebble stitching. Sizes S, Y
Mae Hood. The woman retaliated -
During the business session, the sunroom were donatedby M, L / jMen's
conducted by the president the local chapter of Beta by knifing Watkins A Laboratory Trained
: Sigma Phi Bradford County Hospital with a pocket knife having a Hearing Aid Consultant
J 2nd. Feature Mrs. Norma Badgett. 'plans sorority sponsorsof

1- were made for a Christmas the Brownie troop. The In- announces the following two inch blade. From Doe-Lon Jackets
births Boys'
4.N, ueitMa son of waftDVINIUfl party to be held at the homeof termediate Girl Scout troopsare The victim walked to Oscar
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Starling, MAICO HEARING ,
Mrs. Smith Devoe. sponsored by the Junior Dell's Dry Cleaners on Cros-
Starke, daughter Marilyn
Woman's Club and the senior by Street, several hundred SERVICE -
Circle 3, with Mrs. W. L. Saundra, Nov. 2. Uartwlik* Vinyl" Plano.
Andrews as leader, had chargeof troops are sponsored by the yards from the Albert place. 516 Professional Bldg. '
U. S. Rubber
Mr. and Mrs. Haltiwanger, By fe.
the program Mrs. Albert Starke Woman's Club. Jacksonville, daughter San- Negro Deputy Sheriff Lottie j Jacksonville 2, Fla. will be
The Scouts and Brownies a Williams was notified of Wat-
Newman 'gave the devotional, in Startle
:n dra Diane Nov. 3. I Friday, Nov.
and Mrs. Howard wish to thank Mrs. Jessie kins' condition and took him N
I Harry gave Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Mark I 110th. at KOCH'S DRUG L N MEN'S
a musical selection. Young for showing them how to .Bradford County Hos- '
MBflbRM.wiNN Hitch Keystone Heights, a STORE. Come in for a 1299
i to make yellow
Sixteen members attended. crepe paper pital.
36, to 44
_AtIM_ daughter Montez Laura Nov.
7./ FREE
mums which decorated the refreshment 5. The Hood woman was also hearing test and

Cartoon: I Terry BarryCelebrates table in the sun- Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Ryan, arrested Saturday night and demonstration. No obliga- dfV''aA1
room of the club house for the
Bum Steer I occasion. Lake Butler a son Nov. 8. confined to the county jail. tion. For Christmas, give

1 I Mr., and Mrs. David de The knife, .with blood stainson MAICO. BOYS' 999

1 14th BirthdayMiss First mons Lake Butler, a daughter the blade, was found. hidden .. 8tola

SUN., MON., & TUBS. PresbyterianChoir Nov. 7. in her clothing. D b

NOV. (12, 13, & 14 Terry Barry celebratedher Members Mr.: and Mrs. Ray 'E.> Fry .

fourteenth birthday Sat- Melrose, a son, Nov. 7. I II I 4# Washable.wind and weather proof.

urday evening when Mrs. Gil- Enjoy HayrideMembers Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Bradley 1i i Knit collar wrists and waist. Men's

bert Goldwire and Mrs. E. D. Hampton a son, Nov. 7. I jacket.has heavy pila lining. boys'
ILIA KAlAN'S PRODUCTION of the junior choirof ore.warmly quilt Dftsi. Handsome
OF ., .
: I I Tenly gave a delightful party '1 ;; ; 2' ; new shades of antelope, pewter er
I for her at the Tenly home. the First Presbyterian I Mrs. Vernon Reddish J ; r beige _
SPJ 11I enjoyed a hayride : .
Arrangements of pink roses : .
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Saturday from four to ten p. Given Shower : ,
; In were used to decorate pointsof I +

I G1ASS? interest in the party'rooms m.The ,. .,-..' "
1fK group met at the Mrs. Vernon Reddish was 11 Men's Fine 'Shoes
t ( fllSt IU'PtO&ll' for the occasion with an arrangement Quality ress
ItlJltEIl DIE SClil to WilLIAM I INGE church and enjoyed a two honored at a delightful stork
of the same blos-
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-- .,. -,--- soms centering the refresh- hour hayride throughout the shower Thursday evening of Invites You To See. :.'''.; >; fy{ !
County. The ride ended at the last week ,
given by Mrs., Ruby
.s.r ..,.PW HIN8LI ment table.
Robert Paterson home where Johns and Mrs W. B. ,Mundyat 4' v
AUDREY CHRISTI The 16 folks 99'"AND
.. young helping
WD wt.DDUt..UlEti'GO1OR and a hamburger fry the I
games Kingsley Lake home of
t t WARRfN StAITY Terry celebrate the occasion were enjoyed by the 25 young the latter. Tha MAPLE tffitNewLovelySpacious3 5
enjoyed and refresh-
I WARNER BR os 5 Arrangements of artificial
ments throughout the even- folk.Chaperoning
ing. the party were flowers were used in .decorating II
Mr. and Mrs Paterson Judge the
I Cartoon: party rooms lor the
and Mrs. T. A. Yawn Jr., Mr. occasion. The gift table was I
Gag Busters : t
I Hospital AuxiliaryTo and Mrs. Hank Green and covered with a white cutwork

To Supply W Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson. cloth and centered with a.tall I '

I :WED., THURS.,. & FRI. For PatientsThe Beta stork. I t Easy styles fitting.in smooth or groin

NOV. 15, 16& ,,17Cartoon Sigma PhiTo Games were' played during leathers." You'll! like the rugged wwrability

i Meet MondayBeta the evening and prized were !. and trim, clean lines. Every pair guaranteed
Bradford'County Hos- awarded to R' for satisfaction. Sizes 6Vi
I the winners after 1 to 12. .
pital Auxiliary board meeting which refreshments were ser- fi
was held last Thursday, at the Sigma Phi sorority will i

Garden Restaurant., meet at a p. m. Monday, Nov. ved.Thirty Bd. Home 1 i

The president, Mrs. H. A. 13. at the home of Mrs. Pat guests were invitedto LADIES" LONG SLEEVE
II Bishop Jr.. announced that, Cauffman. 319 N. Myrtle St attend during the party : ; At A. Price You Can Afford. t BOYS .

I the Auxiliary booth at the hostess.Mrs. J. D. Warren will be co- hours 7:30 to 9 'o'clock. i t! NYLON HOSE '. ,SPORT. SHIRTS,

I fair won first prize purple ; '
I rosette. BEULAU HOMECOMING : /j' See It Today :, l 60 Guauge 1 1.99 Value *

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Little #
The next project is to install WomenTo The annual Homecoming of I < <. t. 15, Denier- I Sizes 6 to 14'

the newest model TV's in Meet MondayThe the Beulah Baptist Churchin i Live In It By Christmas :, : 1 1st. Quality -. j

all the patients rooms at Brad- Clay County will take place I i iT I! Dan Ri '

S ford'. County Hosi taL Little Womens Club Sunday, November 12. II 3 Prs.For00 $$300

itiaia The Florida Hospital Auxiliary will hold its November. meet- Schedule for the ,day .is:'! T "taRttBCopration [ 'H : 2.'For ; :
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convention will meet in Ing Monday, the 12th, in the Sunday -School. 10 a. m.: -

: the Robert Meyer Hotel Woman'sClub: Church Service 11 a. In. with .I f ,1 .

Gaston Is Here Jacksonville, on Nov. 1617. A supper will be git en for dinner served at 1 p. m. There i 400 W.Madison St. Ph: 964-8641 .

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I I II I .1 ,Continued' From Page 1] : ,( STAB? .'.'" .

J Pall term of 'CircuitCourt Mae !
Williams transportation '
ciiVldualor corporation whatsoever :
; which will convene in of moonshine W oiindsMteI '
whL'ikey.Fr ,
; I by the county road de-',
, theBradfcrd!:
County CourtVhouse
nk.Bennett, and.Eddie, \ partment. ,
I next Monday' November Risby Jr., breaking'. and enter- ;' 4., No county equipment
13,',has the "heaviest docket ing. I A shooting in: a Starke :
I will be used for' any private
I' In'.the nine-years I've been in Billy ;:Gordon Griffis, and tavern 1 last Friday: put a merchant work whatsoever however I .
;except -
I office, said Clerk Charles ,Mitchell Crawford breaking I Ianj seaman, in the' ,hospital in such cases where;'
Darby .entering. and left his wife in Bradford I
equipment is used in exchange'for
According t o .Assistant Herbert A. Prescott grand County jail under $8,000 bond, : -,
materials or other good; .
I State's Attorney Mack:: /'Futch larceny for attempted murder, accol'ljIng"to i r
and valid considerations such;
of .Starke three Cases rescheduled l ;William Robert .McRae, I DeputySherifiRusseu. .
as digging a borrow pit on pri :
to be reviewed by.a 1 Clyde Hogan McBae, and Dar- Redding. gate land in exchange for the .. .. 'T .

grand Jury Monday and 22 rell Elzey, breaking, and. en- Shirley Lavon Napier, ;26, fill dirt! removed therefrom, i "

other Informations; havebeen tering. shot her husband Joe. 31, in and affirmative vote

filed in Darby's office Grand William ;Robert McRae, ,,receiving the ..left .side. .Just under' the of a upon majority an of the board j I '. ...
jury cases include ,a pair of stolen property.' heart with a .25 caliber auto- I
to performance of the
first degree murder cases and .J. T Brooks: nonsupport.Joe matic .pistol she said she had I i

the gro rape girl. of a 14-year-oid Ne-. .,Louis Dean non-sup,. purchased a few days earlier' work.5. County, -t equipment shall I BUT BE SURE THIS YEAR <> .
"for protection
port. around' the
James W. Nevejjs, a'42-:!year- Harley .Waldron.-- house." Napier, -was given not be used.on the streets of I

",. old Starke railroad .employee, port.Walter non-sup- emergency" treatment in Brad- any" except municipality when ty in upon this a county ma-' !; L$ MAT YOU START IT HERE T :HOME!

\ is charged'with murder In"the' Arthur Alvarez and. ford County- Hospital and jority vote of the'board.' such v

August 30'fatal beating of his Van Harold Prescott possession -] sent ,. i immediately. ,to .Jfaval is k
use approved payment
''f wife.;.' Piney c.: .Neveils. Ac of Air Station in Jack upon., .
r still and still apparatus Hospital x' ..' ,.
of .a fair rental based"upon ;:
L cording to the Bradfoh'..coun1.1 designed for nianfacture of sonville.. ,._ ,ife. waS reported> the 'current '' Not being retail merchant, IM thai I can speak
rentals of such
' ty 8 ieriif's Department.' Mrs. moonshine whiskey. Wednesday to be recuperating freely) on this subject without being accused 8f having
1.1 Nevefls was In her home in {> 'satisfactorily..' 6. Ahy'road, maintained. by 'y selfish 'interest-and right now, before ,{he Christmas;

Southeast Starke for three \ The'Shooting; occurred about, the county for fouryears or ''shopping' : season gets into full swing, I would like to

U days ; after, : the 'beating. Two .Charged 6:15: P. 'm. in' JohJoVBar' a t more, is hereby declared to be stress ihe importance of buying everything possible on
, Her sister told authorities i 131, South Walnpt Street in :
, part of the county road system your gift list this year RIGHT HERE IN STARKE.
that Kirs. Neveils. 'said.that her In Shine..Case Starke where Mrs. Napier and will be maintainedas f t 4 ... .

husband had "beaten her pretty the daughter of Bennett Wil- such in the future, as provided J r- .You'll' .be surprised, at, the time you ,can save (and

;ibaaly," The'man is free under Two Bradford County men kerson-f ,Lawtey, had finally under the Laws of Flori .t-. '; the money, too) !if you take your list and make an honest

'$5,000. bond" have been, charged with possession caught up .with her husband da. t S effort to find something for everyone on the \ 'ell-stocked .

Nevlls" 'was in jail on ,a of ,moonshine,still apparatus I after a fruitless trip to Jack 7. The county wih. attemptto A {1 shelves of our local merchants. 'If each of us would conscientiously '
drunk charge 1 'when 'his wifewas'finally'found and placed under ) s onville'looking for him. f .' : ,
maintain l all authorized make he.efforf to all'of our
spend Christmas
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and'broughtto heavy bond in connection, with She food. Bedding ..thatNapier 4 "
I the Bradford County Hos I\. 2,200 gallon capacity unit I :had gone' to.Jackson- school bus and mail routes, ? :f. r; '{' 1! .5. shopping money right here at home this year, would, .

., pital. She Wed,"or hemorrhages which .was destroYed by; ville"early 'Friday .morning' t o' even though such routes are :; .hf ';" give the l local economy a badly-needed! shot, in t the. arm,, e
of the brain caused by blows authorities on October 25. get' the 'couple's'chlMren'fiorelatives m event private lands than but in no : '. and give our merchants the encouragement they need togo : .

to'''the head. According to Deputy Van Prescott was arrested f who. were_,keeping)! 'necessary farther for the is. reasonably trans H. A. BISHOP, JR. : '. ahead with plans for expansion of stores and stocks -

Sheriff A. E; Brown.. Mrs.Nqyeils' Saturday, November 4, and them. According to her statement portation of the school children '. Starke Telephone Co. of merchandise-to serve you even better in the fast.a P ; ...'.'

body was almost completely ,released under $2,500 bond :lo Redding. Rapier had proaching new year.

I .. covered with 'bruises. after federal agents picked him already got ,the' ;children and and delivery R of inail.- I .. ..r'.

In the other murder case to from line-up. as the man brought them" to Starke., .. .. > *; ..
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rj .... come before-a, grand jury a who fled the still when he When.she finally c ugbtupwith State,01I i' l TIt .: ... ",. ... :. *- '

38=year-old" JLawtey Negro, J. ,spotted officers. The federal her husband.at JpnJp's: -., <". '. .' .yd; I ., _...'.. \0. .II<, .. ...' :" ..

W; Duke) Hendrteth. is agent hidden! in the' bushes she said, there:"was'a resumption :.. : ... '' ; y .. ,. t. '. ..
I charged In the killing of Clarence saw Prescott as he 'fled after of a running argumentbetween i : J*7 *- **, "1

i Morgan a 42-year-old being warned by his! partner. the 'two..According t Highly Praises .1.1CountyF I .- It is ,with genuine tKe old ,fable about the dog and the bone?- I

La'wtey Negro over a $3 gamb- Walter: Alvarez ..29 is also Mrs. Napier, her husband accused 'many"improvementsthat;
ling debtHendrieth had call- charged with possession of a her of running around Y I II district ,hi[ihepastfew .dog,_ went: trotting h m'e .day with: a

edMorgan|,! to his car to col- moonshine still and is free with another man. She accused ir on, the, way he saw one,.th t looked much

lect the debt when;h'e' said, he under $1,500 bond. He was him of beating her several undoubtedly,: in the pl in the bright mirror of a water hole.,In"

was forced to shoot' Morgan caught at the.still on October times and otherwise. treatingher f, .. went; and' a 'little extra 't ,: this reflected bone, he lost his, grip on the
I I High .prays 'tor, the 196, all that is heeded to .
because he seemed to be reaching 25 and was arrested then. : badly. I 'I had.
Bradford u tY.'F'aiwns: '
for ajcnife. The case is scheduled to I In the course of the argu- contained In letter. Tour local : us human beings make the same mistake
a week
.thjs '
Lawtey. Marshal Sumpter come 'Up,during the'fall term ment, she said Napier cametoward !'from W,. O. Whittle EXec plan'their- Christmas. : We often lose some of the good things
Harley :said he found a knife of circuit court which begins where she was.siUingin ;be'staying open longer- .
I j tive. Secretary of the Agricul- for something that seems little
lying beside Morgan's out in Bradford County Monday, i the tavern with a bar stoolin fugal and Lh'estockFa1f"c'OI1- 1 nings, and on Wednesday :.
i at
distance. We
a sometime
stretched hand as he Jay dead November 13. The .still was I front of him for protection.Thinking : weeks before Christmas- : ; roam far and
mittee of the State Depart: of
; deals"
In the road.Sammy located south of Starke approximately he was ,going to beat ment of Agriculture, to,Robert I ,commodation of the will.'t "better and thereby seriously un
: economic
Warren, 49, a one mile oft State'' her again she said the shot H,, Mclntire president of the do.their shopping during structure, that supports our own
Hampton Negro is cnarged Road 227 and approximately him once with the pistol. I : jobs, our fine sch ob-and churches, and
County. Fair Associartlon. merchants
wfyh; rape in the molestation one and a quarter,.mlles from Redding said that wnen he I IarrIved ., lion'for the always plan.an ; elements. of our well-balanced. small town
of a 14-year-old Hampton Negro U. S. 301. enjoyment of
at the scene a few In his letter. Mr., Whittle "
girl in another sched- The Bradford seers, too-and you can
case County '
minutes after the shooting said: "It Is iny pleasure to right now-we could be ,enjoy-
uled to be heard by a grand Sheriff's Department here early in December
Napier was on the floor beside visit ,
and :Ror ,With numerous j i prosperity, much finer social and cjvjc i
I :deputy jury -Monday. .According to in the raid. i iI the bar stool and his wife was fair associations each .year;; j! years past. if we had but kept in our local economic -
Sheriff.Dolph Reddish, \,
I sitting another And this Christmas
on stool, still but I know of no Instance I all of the '
Warren was a friend of the have money we- have put into the up
in the : extra
possession of weapon. that has given me paoreper- an treat" in iJ
West Virginia > ing of.I larger cities in
l's family and, enticed her an years, past. This
"re_ serial f, : no parking meter '
The Nap i ors have, been Pfde.and pleasure than let'sj
irway from her home near give it a try-let's truly make
New ManagerOf cently migrating between n has the,progress and development er way .'of showing that '
shop at home
Hampton near where the offense and see what
I Jacksonville. and. the )cone, of of the. Bradford'.County: ? i your patronage and good a tremendous
allegedly took place. I If Gulf ServiceJohn will make!
i her parents ,near Lawtey, Fair. 10 .
| 'included. in the remaining i I staying one place for & while "This newly organized,association ,, .
,22 cases; to be tried Is one attempted'murder W. Yoak,formerly of I then the other. .. under your capable

( by Hampton Gassaway, W Va., took over j ,. and aggressive leadership has .. .. ,

Negro Willie Keaton who Is ownership and managementthis Election developed Into a fair 'jthat'is "
Lawtey i iWHERE '
week of the Gulf Service I -
in the shooting of '
a credit, riot only to Bradford 1 :
Station at 666 N. Temple ,: \
another \ .
Loggins. '
Andrew Ave County, but one that "
will take .
Set For Dec. :5Continuecl .. '
Hampton Negro. .According to (formerly Tanner's and I its place .' y'
among best .
'; operate it under the name of our ," .;. ;.; .. . ... ,'
the Sheriff's Department, : I : '. i
{ From., Page 1] county agricultural fair I \'.. '' v '} .. .' ,. t :
Loggins and several other Negro Honest John's Gulf Service. realize that t. .r 1 -.... t. tt".1
f many people are

,I a former men had mental angered patient Keaton., by purchased Mr. Yoak a and home his in wife Saratoga have didate official for may another'c qualify-as office a can un l responsible, for.but I this, personally accomplishment BUY YOUR TRADE :BUILDS THE COMMUNITY THAT, S fER. m :

Heights, and moved to Starkelast
teasing him for several days. less he first resign the offi cefeel that you are entitled to .
:iMoonshine activities and month. He was formerlyin I+ held. And providing a qualifying much
of the credit.
nonsupport cases dominatethe the oil and gas production fee for candidates of five k
"I m
notice by your premium YOU!
rest of the heavy docket. business and was sales man- j' per cent of the annual salaryof book that this is Bradford OF NEED n!

The cases are: ager for an automobile agency the office. llth annual
I' County's fair. ten
'Van Harold Prescott ,and in West Virginia. I : ...'
If approved by the voters of which were Sponsored .
by .. ". .i .- } ;
Hershel !>yal. Leaman Wilson and ; I' f ': it. .... . ,
DeweyBoone .
Burnell posses- 1 the new laws will not go into the Jonqs ,,- :.Langford White! ... .: r ,, .. ,
and still have also moved here
tibn, of still appara effect until the regular AmerieanLeglpn, Post'b6This A" C
\ tus. from Gassaway with theirfamilies I tion in 1962. organisation should'be highly FLORIDA PEST'CONTROL GEM ,

..Uohn larceny of au- and are employed at i commended JEWELRy :\f
laltz. .1' The regular slate of officers on, fostering this : ,

. tomobil the Gulf station. will also be- voted on in the outstanding activity for ten ,. : ../,... '
[/it .Joseph Leroy Vogt. nonsupport. Dec. 5 election including: years. BARJCSDALE'S, .:__ : .. ANDREWS DRUGS _:-='
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1 II Mrs. Blackburn Mayor. Marshal. Town Clerk "Please,.extend my personal '-' ".,
'c. B. Brown charged with and three Councilmen. W. R. appreciation to : Ii
each American T. H. LADE
i forgery In three separate cases Is Monthly Kemp who 'has qualified for Legion m"ember. the present .. ,, : h"I, : ? FURNITURE CO. .

I : Book Reviewer Mayor, is! the first candidate officers of the Bradford CountY : "'<, .

,/Daniel Eubanks' issuing a ;, to announce.. Qualifying deadline Fair Association, and 'each JACKSON BUILDING. SUPPLY. FLORIDA-

I, worthless check. Mrs. Ardis Mayhew Blackburn is Nov. 25.COUlJfy citizen that participated In J i : 4 .. r T' NORTH SUPPLYMITCHELL'S __
: F. Cook forgery and will be the 'f .!..'I "., .. ,
I James of Gainesville your recent fair, because with J 'rJ i. 'I ....+*. .
grand larceny. [,featured reviewer at .the Studies out their efforts the success of DRUG STORE. */ COMMUNITY STATE BANK of 5TAZC[

I John Riley Clemmons. non- | monthly book review sponsored your fair would have been im- *. ,

1 suppot't; \ by the Junior Woman's possible. '

'Willis Grimes possession of Club in the Starke library at CommodityDistribution '"I shall look forward to RUBY.JOHNS". ? BEAUTY SHOP"' .. WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE. STOREPRIEST'S

still and still apparatus designed 8 p. m. Monday, Nov. 13.* working with you In the. fur <-, .

1 for the manufacture of ther development of the : :'"
vol Brad STARKE r
Mrs. Blackburn is the BUILDERS SUPPLIES
moonshine whiskey. ford "
County'Fair and I hone
chairman '
unteer book review "
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Addison and Burnell '
,, 'Monroe for the 'Gainesville Public'Library some day it will become an "' ''', I ISTARKE
I Hershel and Dyal.still. apparatus possessionstill for of and writes most of the Reddish farm. These two roads area fair, serving" the adjoining NASWORTJiY FURNITURE I" ': RECAP CO. 1 ,
scheduled for hard-sur counties. :
At The Library columns are .
the manufacture of moonshi'whiskey ne with funds provided by AND APPLIANCES ; ,
published each Sunday in the facing ; : :
Instruction : ROBBINS'I : ;
bond issue.
? Gainesville Daily Sun. She Is the 'county's new !
Alphoaso. 'Lcsesne.and I I a graduate of Swarthmore An agreement was approvedby Police DepartmentOn ULLINC TON STUDIO "*i '

I College, and holds a Master the board to dig 'a waterhole I'q : .
of Arts degree from the University for W. H.. Smith in exchange Reports BRADFORD WII.LIJ\MSJEWEi.af .

COURTAIR of Florida. for clay excavated. .. '. i BUILDING SUPPLY '::.. /(., "; ;:'( : r.

: ; The public Is invited to at- Clerk Charles Darby read The importance of having .a : '::1 .-. :' > MARINE CENTER % g.i ..-- .
complete accideht rt file EAGLE'S ; FRED'S
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... Starke, Florida the Education ,Committee of Commission's. which the Starke'Police Department. b$ ', : :.; ,:; ,: JOHNON'SPARMERSiSUPPLY.! "

1 the Junior Woman's Club. county's financial condition Merritt'Williams, .local: insar- STUMP'S : ::: .' .
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Pepperell Crib Blanket,. Men's, Mirror Test Suit. 2 pairs of '
"s' Red Goose'Shoes ,. 2 pairs of Men's N & W Klondike Pants .
(' Freeman Shoes MacGregor Drizzler Golfer Jacket 3 pairs of "

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: Higgins Trousers; .-. Myra presses.. 6 pairs Hose (Fruit of the

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.9:00: A ftr c' maker Drejss;..... Johnonion Men's Shoes 4 Vutfeqsen, Dress'

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iSchool: : Trustees In Important Keystone"Hit ., ;" night and 20 for 25 for the singled out by Register were Ie The Circuit Court Of Th<
i Eighth Judicial Circuit. lip-
I season. the faking and blocking of And. Fer Bradford Conat]
rr :Elected Tuesday In the process of ruining the fullback Tom Gardner an Florid. IB Ckameerr

t" BHS e'rnandina Pirates' homecoming Martin "excellent" blocking exhibitionby Ine. 3414fY

*Harley, Lawtey; and Charles once to Reddish and twice to fine power running by half- husband NOTICE Defendants.OF SALE

"f *Hardy, Starke were elected Seymour while young Tom back Marty Starling tackle Notice Is hereby given that]

*school trustees in a no-contest at being twice would score so much," Tornado .. ';0: Gardner, following rapidly in Jimmy Smith's defensive effort the era appointed undersigned by the Commission-Final Decree .

; election held in the county scored on, Bradford High's Coach Lennard Register his brother's footsteps, tallied Seymour's nifty pass herein entered on the 25

Tuesday. Hardy was given 190 undefeated grid' team aided said. ,Two factors upset the -; ;i:,f ;'; ?;\: !, :..... ,,>;;,' ':i ,': ; twice. catching "and, of course. daT at public.of October outcry 1961.during will sell the
J votes, Harley 181, and Green by the able arm of Irwin Mar- coach's reasoning the ball The Tornadoes also won Martin's passing." legal hours of sale on the 20th
J75. their 17th straight statis- day of November 1981, at the
tin and the "impossible" moving of the
: pass- ability Pirate "Martin's passing game was South front door of the County
s The recommended school levy snatching of end Hallie Seymour club and the fact that his own S-f tically as well as in the scor- probably the best it has been Courthouse In Starke, Bradford ,

** of 9 mills for District 1 current, rode over a "good" Fer- I Tornadoes just .don't like to : Wing column gaining 335 total this year," the coach stated: County lands and, Florida tenaments, the situate following in

s end 1 mill for District 1 build- nandina team 34-14 for its be scored on. yards to the Pirates' 253. Out- flatly. Smith led all linemen Bradford County. Florida, to-

4 ln&; and us reserve were approved seventh victory. The Tornadoes started l c.LNr rushed 190 to 215 by the hard with 10 tackles. End DeWayne wit An: undivided one-half,interest

f* by the voters. In a bruising hard-hitting things off in their usual fash- a lid' driving Ewing\ the Tornadoes McRae was also praised for in one-half acre in Southeast

*" The new trustees will take contest against "a team that ion, that of promptly getting nailed down the passing title an outstanding effort. Block cornerof 1 South West of Range one-half 2 West of

JjHirJey are incumbents, while knows how to run the ball" down to business of openingup with 145 yards to the Pirates' Mike of Simon J. Temple's Subdivisionof
Always tough guard
office In January. Green and as Backfield Coach Dave Hurst the scoring column. Receiving -' W; I I.r Iz 38. lands at Temple's Mill as
S Darby led his team with ,16 recorded in Deed Book C, Page
:Hdy will succeed John A. put it, the Tornadoes ground the kick-off and witha Coach Register praised his tackles from his linebackerspot. 424,'Public records of Bradford

*Torode. who did not qualify for out their 17th straight victory first and 10 on their 30 yard entire team for "a fine County, Florida, and being more
Starling, at his corner particularly. described as follows -
_rejection. and their 22nd win in 24 line the Tornadoes' sophomore game. but lamented the fact linebacker second to-wit:
spot, was
A games."I fullback Tom Gardner shook that the victory was costly Beginning at the Southeast

:.. .':ush Paid for Good Clean thought we would win b loose a 40 jaunt. But the injury-wise. Stalwart tackle with 13.The .Block corner 1 of South said,West Range 2 West

Sass No Khakis or Wool All I ygame's perfect opening was Jack McComb's ankle was victory left the Tornadoes thence running Northerly parallel -
a couple of touchdowns: ,
Cotton. stepped on and a small bone still top of the Key- with the SAL Railroad
1 Bring to Telegraph. had no idea that either team mined by an off side penalty., Track 105 feet thence Westerly
4 M broken to put him out of action stone Conference battle with parallel with Center Street 210
Pl for the next two weeks. only Santa Fe and Green Cove feet, thence Southerly and parallel .
with the said SAL Railroad
And end Hallie Seymour found to go for their fifth straight Track 105 feet, thence Easterlyand
that a small bone was brokenin title. parallel with Center Street
Folks !
11 I FHalfback 210 ,feet ta the Point of Beginning
t his right wrist. The injury ,. i
e w was apparently sustained in EYERGRt/CN to the highest and best bidder
for cash. and the deposit of
'! the Monticello game, two BAPTIST CHURCH $100.00 will be required of the
., .' weeks ago, and has already highest bidder on sale and the
e' Sunday School 10 a. m balance of purchase price to
'" healed to a certain extent, be paid to the
..... .... .. .. '< Preaching, 11 a. m. Training Commissioners
"n.' .'- _'W.. '" ..... Register said. The cast will be within twenty ,
!" TO FROM -- Union 5:30: p. m. Preaching,, the sale, all pursuant to said
<< removed Friday, allowing the 7:30 Final Decree and to the Decree
m. Prayer Meeting
't Marshal Starling gives Tornado fans in Fernandina Beach a sample of the kind star end to see action against p. of Sale rendered herein on the
of that downed the Wednesday 7:30: p. m. 3rd day of November, 1J61,
Sta'l'lingV88 Santa Fe in Starke's home-
ALL ALL praised by Coach Lennard Register i Wednesday Bible study, A. J. ThomasC.
fI for "his fine power running." coming here Friday.Outstanding A. Futcn
-- 7:30\p. m. Jos. E. Norman, Guy Andrews

: OF OF Back on his 25 halfback I Individual performances Players pastor.; Commissioners' U-in? Partition 2t 11.t6I

., 4'-, 4 Marty Starling, not to be outdone Irwin Martin Hallie Seymour
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: !: YOU: US Then eleven Jackson yards and Martin a first,down.and Named Back Lineman Of WeekBradford's i

.. Gardner ground out another ,.
: and John Reddish sprinted 16 I
: 1 For the friendly patronage you gave us on the opening of yards before being hauled Tornadoes swept. I

: .;: our new store last week. It was really a pleasure to serve down on the Pirate 30 yard the Gainesville Sun's All- Mike Darby 20 Words or less one time .-_._ .85 Memorials. Resolutions __......-. Ce per word

: you. We enjoyed giving away the 20 Boxes of Groceries marker. Area end Hallie honors this week with! If not paid fa advance -_ Leo (Cards of Thanks, up to 50 word' .. _& L.bO
Starling got nine more to being
Wins AllAreaHonors Keyed or Blind Ads .,
--- 1.00 Over 50 words ......, So word
: :: and Turkey. We want you t o come in often and take advantage the 21 on first down before named Lineman of the Week Each additional word over 20 15 per
ads in ..
Jackson scampered 20 yardsto for the first .time and quarter- Display CUuuifled _.. __ 156 per lock
: of Low Low Prices Quality Groceries Twice"Pound
i our on the Pirate one and set upa back Irwin Martin receiving RELIABLE MAN OR WOMANTo FURNISHED APARTMENTS: FURNISHED HOUSEfor

: _and Meats. Thanks, again. Gardner touchdown on the Back of the Week honors for for pound, he is as take over Watkins route 1 and 2 bedrooms. Newly decorated sale. 519 N. Water St.
.' next play. Martin convertedand the second time this season. tough a football player aswe've in Starke. Good for up to $65 r lights and water fur- 2tp 11-9
The two Starke weekly to start. No invest- nished. Inquire at Bulllngton's
-Bonnie and Hardenbrook it was 7-0 Starke beforea boys won '
: :: Billy their honors for their ever had here; Coach ment. Set your own hours. I Sutdio. 104 W. Call St. or 321 STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR
groaning homecoming crowd play against -
Ernest Allen Leonard Register says of his Permanent opportunity. Full W. Madison St. tfchg SALE at 700 W. Lafayette St.StA .
: :: -Opal and that never quit cheering their Fernandina Beach last 135-pound senior guard Mike or part time. Watkins Products rleP. Ito

'team till the final whistle week which BHS Coach Leonard Darby. Dept. N-l. P. O. Box WAITRESS WANTED Experience -
," ( blew. Register called 'superb." No. 2447 Memphis 2. Tenn. preferred but not FOR SALE-32 ft. house trailer -
HERE FOR Martin Darby has won Lineman of Hn necessary Apply in person at 58 model. Almost like new.
*JI i i.r .Siii* .lw.wJ-; !. Pirates Shout Proud and Seymour on two the Week honors of the Trail Motel Restaurant. Law- Can be seen at Moodv's Trailer -
ARE I THIS But those groans rapidly pass plays for a pair of Tornado Gainesville Sun twice this FOR RENT -Unfurnished 2. tev. Itch Park. Rd. 100-10 miles

I! ( *lllfl > changed to grinning cheers as TD's and the ace signal bedroom house close in.-R. '170". "f AiorFP ,t.h.11-18
: SOME ,11111111.'IIM *ll'tlllf1lltili WEEKEND homecoming hopes brightenedand caller hit halfback John Red- season. He is the only Tornado F. Demorest. 266 Park Place. FOR SAI.Z- Good Argentina

I comeback dish with a third TD aerial player, other than quarter- 9* rhir: 11-16 Bahia hay. $30 per ton at HASTINGS MATTRESS
a Pirate TD
back Irwin Martin who is a farm. Lucian Conner. Bayless :& UPHOLSTERY WORKS
march drew Besides the two TD snatches FOR SALE-Two
ever closerto nice quilts. Highway.! 4tch* 11-30
repeater on the list. And
un- Mrs. John 710 Lemon St. Palatka
the Tornado goal. Seymour made two "almost McKInney. Ora-
SMOKED PICNICSFRESH 'Riding on the powerful impossible" catches when he like Martin, the tough little ham Fla.! Ito AMERICAN OIL COMPANYHas Furniture Repaired Up
guard has the disadvantage station available for holstered & RefinishedMATTRESSES.
C I' grabbed down Martin
I shoulders of fullback passes
I of being a little lineman, even MONEY lease. U. S. 301 by Bus Sta
I Ewing a nemisis to the Tor- while plastered with defend- than FOH CHRISTMAS: ? Our Re- tion. Paid ,training program.j REBUILT
PICNICS worse being a little back.
nadoes all night long, the presentatives earn $500 to $1.- Very reasonable rental ar- New.Innersprings
Pirates were not to be denied. ers.Register calls Martin. "The Darby is a good blocker as 000.00 during the Christmas rangements. Write W. M. and Box Springs
well as the team's best defen- selling season now in full Stewart. 20 N. W. 12th Ter-
best all-around 'quarterback
1 WHITE BACON LB. The galloping fullback setup sive player. He makes swing. We can help you earn race. Gainesville Fla. Phone Drop Us A Card. or Call
the first of his we ever had. He can do more over 15 this
I two scores kind of money with Avon. FR 2-0110 or FR 6-5631. tfchg PALATKA EA 5-9168
things right than tackles in nearly every game. Write Mrs. Mabel I STARKE
with a 26 yard run to the six anyone Gore. Box 964-5924
yard line before he bulled we've ever had. He is a deceptive His total against Fernandinalast 3617. Gainesville or call FR-2- FOR SALE Take up payments MRS. PEGGY SHALLEB.

FRESH GRADE "A" FLA. his way across for the score. faker, dangerous runner, week was 16 to lead his .042.L 11-2 2t 11-9 I I on 1961 Carvelle convertible Starke, Agent

one of our best down field team. He made 17 tackles a- FOR i sports car. White with
Quarterback Jimmy Gordonran -Attractively furnished i black too. Must know bv 17th. EXTRA CLEAN large Upright
'FRYERS lilt the extra point 'across to blockers, and has. kicked. 20 of gainst Palatka this year. 1 bedroom cottage on Call 4120 Keystone Heights.Ito. Food Freezer not 2 years old.
C tie the score at 7-7. t 25 extra points.: On defense the little guardis N. Walnut St. Mrs. J. W. Kin- for less than half price. You'llsave
phone 9641491.
Register also all the tfchg money when YOU buy
gives much of over field and in on
But the Pirate picture didn'tstay FOR RENT from G. J.
Furnished 5 McGRIFF. General
the credit for tutoring Martinto nearly tackle. WILL KEEP
every He made CHILDREN
bright Yery long as the room apartment with gas Electric Dealer. 100 E. Call
; lilt LB. maddened Tornadoes fought Coach Dave Hurse who one tackle 25 yards down fieldon for working mothers. Call heat. Located between school St. Ph. 9646551. ltp

,HENS 'I back against a team which has worked with him more Live Oak when they pulleda after 4:30: p. m. 9640863.. 2to 11-16 and Dost office. 331 ClarkSt.
than I have." "sleeper" play. Opposing .. Mrs. D. L. Silcox. FOR SALE 1 Crulsaire
scored as many times against
"What linemen WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVEIf 3tche 11-23 Scooter. Excellent condition.
more can I say about are nearly always at -
them as have all other foes
Can be seen at 1300 Pratt
him?" Register asks. "I just least 50 pounds heavier than vou would enjoy working 3 FOR RENT -Unfurnished 2
combined all season long. Only or 4 hours a dav calling St. Phone 964-8044
1 Monticello and powerful Pa- hope some college will realizehe Darby but one has yet to run each month on a group regularly bedroom house in City; also 2tch 11-16

Fresh Pork SaleHalf latka had been able to cross is a fine prospect. over him and he plays In of Studio Girl Cosmetic clientson unfurnished in country. W.2 H.bedroom Nollman nous, 510* PEYTON FLORIST
: Of the coach without a route to be
the double stripes on a Tornado Seymour says, every game getting established V PV.0. Qf 119 S. THOMPSON ST.
line before Swing's two "He has developed much better hurt, which is proof enoughof in and around Starke. and are tf"jl. PHONE tS4-4155
.than we had his toughness.Off wlllins to make lieht deliver-*.LADIES BULOVA .NIGHT
expected 964-3891
or Diamond or 9691022
thrusts, making it four times !fplI Wri+p to STUDIO OlttL
or Whole, or Tenderized FRESH PORK the locals have been scoredon hoped." The tall end is playinghis the field, the hard-nosed COSMFTIC Dent. NW-9. ,I Watches now from $39.95 DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS

JlAMS LB. 45C SIDE LB . 39* this season. first year of varsity ball guard is mild-mannered and Olnale:? California Route out and now only for$5 down.Christmas.Pick vows Dah- We Wire Flowers Anywhere

After the though he is a senior. His on- quiet. On the field he turns will pay U!) to $5,00' net hour.( mert. 112 E. Call St. tfchg ,
finally stopping
1tnhv. 111 R,
Tornadoes on their 19 yard ly other experience was on into one of the most vicious I 6tch 11-30 FOR SALE-Good work mule
PORK CENTER CUTBACK the junior varsity in his freshman tacklers Starke has ever ''I FOR SALE -Residence. ''Four cheap. L. L. Norman, RFD 2
stripe the Pirates could not WANTED: LISTINGS. FREE Box 116.
year. known. He also calls defensive rooms. bath porches etc. Close 'Ito
BONE-LB 49c PORK CHOPS LB. 59 dent the Starke forewall forsix "He catches fast has in. $6500. Also 1 large circu- OPEN LISTINGS. NO SALE .
; yards. Martin returnGordan's on> a signals and centers the ball lating oil heater. Cheap for NO PAY. STROUT REALTY. FOR SALE Refrigerator. '
lot of natural ability, and hasa for extra points and punts. for Click sale. J. T. Quigley J. Hansen. Rep. 5 mi. 8. of stove and bunk beds. Phone
to his 49
punt own
wonderful attitude" Regis Probably the best game of Dhon*. 9647111. Itche Stark! on U. S. 301. Phone 533-2972 H. S. Sellers. Camp
FRESH LARGE before passing to Hallie Sey- ter states. He has practiced his career was against Palatka 4681766. Waldo. tfchg 'A1QTI"'nO'' 1tchll

SHOULDER LB. 39C HOG HEADS each $1 00 mour down for on 27 the yards Pirate and 24.a Red-first all week with a .small bone in last year when Starke won its FOR bedroom RENT house-Unfurnished on N Cherry 2 FOR RENT-2 bedroom fur- WORTH THE TRIP
dish got 11 more and Jacksonsix right wrist broken in a first victory over the Maroons St. Inquire Bradford En- nished house. Adults. Convenient Mobile Homes Always

for another first thPirate cast. But he has caught passes in 11 years. Playing defensive I Rineerinj 303 N. Cherry. located. Phone. 9647182. below market, and clean.;
on e as easily as ever. The cast end then, Darby time aftertime phone 964-2521. tfchg tfche LAKE GENEVA

seven. is supposed to be removed for stopped the Maroons TRAHXS PARK
'Beef Sale
Weekend PICTURE TUBE. $19.95
On the next play, the third[ Friday night's homecominggame !, powerful end sweeps by knif- 21" Picture Tube 429-95: plus; Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke. 1 ml SE of Keystone Hts.I .

completion in as many at with Santa Fe. ing through several' blockersto labor. One year warranty. At Flowers wired any place. Flowers I on Route 100

tempts Martin hit Reddish in 11 I make the tackle. But he Dahmer's TV & Appliance for all occasions locally.i iI I iI"
the end zone for the second Phone 9646291. 506 East FARMEquipment
FRESH GROUND ROUND didn't' get a chance to make Center. 6tch? 11-30

C Tornado score. He then con a 43 yard kick to Pirate 13. many tackles the final quarter FOR RENT2 I Nona St. tfchg:, rot

verted to make it 14-7. Starke. Gaining nine yards In three they didn't; run around his garage bedroom apartment.unfurnished "! 3 FOR RENT-Furnished apart-I Pka'lrli .

BEEF SIRLOIN TD Rampage Continues tries the Pirates refused to end. Phone 964-4921 tfchg!|:menta. Reasonable. rates. Near, PlemtfagINAUSTRSAL

punt and a fourth down effort 'shopping center. Phone 969- I
: OR LB. Continuing their devastating FOR RENT Three bedroom at- '2011 or call at 213 S. CherrySt. : Equipment For Erery Jell
by powerful Ewing net
offensive attack the Tornadoesdrove tiedlooked tractively furnished cottage on [Shell Oil Co. Offtee.1 tfchg
I LB. 39 65 yards late in the second nothing. Taking over on good for a quick Pirate .Kingsley! Lake. Central heat- I :Superior Tractor Co.
T-BONE tally. inff. Mrs J. W, i
35 Kincaid. phone
: quarter for their third Martin fired a high arching fl4-14J: (? l. i. FURNISHED one bedroom PHONE EV 9-6772
tally. Gardner went over from pass which Seymour magically But with other ideas in his tfchz apartments for rent. W. H. -5353_W. Beaw JaekMDriIle

11 yards out for his second pulled in while being hounded head Jackson, calmly timinghis LARGE HOUSE FOB SALE- Nollman. 510 N. Cherry.

score of the night after Star- by two defenders: The tall chance deftly pushed the Completely famished [t tfchg FOR BALE'OR RENT on

3 LBS. - 89 c had set it with 14 end raced the remaining 10 blocker into Gordon's path apartments] double garage. WORLD Kingsley 1 Lake 1 furnished and
: BRISKET STEW. ]| ,up a yards into the end'zone and and the flying quarterback %10.N. Cherry St BE SURE to see unfurnished house In good
yard_ gain Enjoy a home plus Income. BOOK before buying any encyclopedia. neighborhood, on west s&e of
.. Martin converted sucessf ully Martin converted to make it tripped over his own blocker. See J. E. Bullington Owner., M. A. Payne. your lake. J. M. Sistrunk., P.' O.
Tornadoes 28.Fernandina 7. Two plays later however, tfehg local representative since 1958. Box 569 Starke. 2tp 11-16 I
It SMOKED for the third time and the
Pirates Score Again Ewing galloped 30 yards for Box 603. Pa. 964-3794 tfchg
Tornadoes were out in front Apparently maddened that the score. .Gordon passed to FOR SALE Bendix semi- .. ADULT EDUCATION COUR ,
OR BOLOGNA -LBS. $1 1 21-7. never to be seriously automatic washer $45. G. F. SES EV INOe. MONDAY ,
SAUSAGE lightning could"strike fast end Tom Bailey to
: challenged again In the Im so I narrow the Snell. phone 9648595. Lumber Sale THROUGH THURSDAY. All ;
I portant conference and often. Gordon and Ewing score to 2814. 3tehg 11-16 High School subjects. Busi
game. guided the Pirates to their Last Tornado TD ness Courses Conversational \
SMOKED ALL MEAT SUNNYLAND Seeing, their team take the second tally of the homecoming With still one more drive FOR RENT tficely furnished Wrecking at Spanish. Mechanical Drawing. oj

LB. 'I LB. '. field with renewed spirit aftera contest. Ewing got nineyards left in them the Tornadoesmarched1 3 room 2 apartment Duo-Therm Electric Blanding Testing exits contact service.White stud .
BACON 35C | FRANKS 49'' halftime homecoming show kitchen. heat- Camp : I* H Gibson
up the middle and Gordon 78 yards in 10 plays ers. 1 1-4 mile on EL Bessent, USO Bid*. Office. Negro stud

," J Fernandina fans again .took one around his left end for their fifth and final TD. turn left at bridge. Phone Beautiful 2x4's 2x6'a ents: contact Prof. Eddie j\.

FRESH LARGE RED ROE heart as the Pirates drove 53 for a first down. Starke's Kenny Grinding out two first downs ,969-1545. tfche( Tbozopkins. RJE High School. I
yards in eight plays before 2x88 2x128 up to 22 tfeh*
> Terrell playing a fine on the ground quarterback M

1 1 LB. disaster struck. Tornado center game on defense promptly Martin found that method too Ready mix FOR concrete SALE concrete feet long. :, MUST'SELL-1058 Ford. 1-2

MULLET19' MEDIUM 10c Art Holliday pounced on a threw the signal caller for an slow in the waning minutes of block cones fence posts sand ton P-U. 6 eyL. gOod condition. f I

Gordon fumble on the 27 to eight yard loss and batted the contest and took to the cement.mortar mix. rock steel. SELLINGCHEAP '. 650.00 Call 929-2144 .after 1
thwart a'possible and oyster shell limerock. and 1:30 D. m.Horses. 'l
score down his pass on the next air once again. Hitting John roof ltp
'win' himself; a pair of socks at gravel Phone 964-2521. tfchg I
Reddish for 18 yards on his Bradford Engineering Co.
Fish & Meat Mkt the same time. play.Then on a fourth and 11 first try the !Iron-armed' PHONE 964-4001 8 HorsesHORSES i
'City But disaster also struck the situation the plucky Pirate quarterback had to throw'four FOR SALE OR RENT-2 bed- Ii :
I Tornadoes, who were moving quarterback broke loose for a more times before he hit room Hampton. All house at
i modern conven- JACKSONBuilding '
nicely downflekL,when Marty 31 yard gain. He was stopped Jackson with a 12 yarder to iences. 34 acres mostly planted We.Got m-U Ride 'Em

Starling, had two first down from going an the way only the Pirate 20. in pines. M. A. Pavne. 204 S. r L50 Per ,Hour

Own64M.tolOPM 7DavsaWeek gains nullified by consecutive by a brilliant save by Tornado Martin then found Seymour Glenn St. Phone. 9$ -3794. SupplyStarke Instruction*-$24>0 Hour

15, yard penalties. With Withn a In the end zone once again to the .-"'- :

I' yards to go for'a first do end the night's scoring at HOUSES FOR RENT-Inquire Ctunp InimokaleePh. ;i

.t ..607 BROWNLEE 'PHONE '969.309s 3 .Mardi took to the air'imsueeestfuUj ence and only Jackson Detweenhim 3414. His extra point try at Greyhound Bus Station. 4213, Keystone Hghts.

.. before Seymour lofted and the goal, things failed, leaving 4 for 5 for the tfchz I ,

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::1 ,. Bradford County Te egraph" -: : ',' V.' {.fl-, :- -,'. 7- -s f : ::::,

, .- STARKE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOV. 9. 1961 "' v ;'':. .f 1 !Jir

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makers built-in wall refriger- tie Group 31st linfantry. The major unit of the U. S. Army August. She\completed her

ators and self-contained gas movement of Cheshire's unit Training Center at Fort Knox basic training at Fort McClel-

Home Demonstration rotisseries. SERVICE MEN from Fort Riley Kan. was the Ky. A member of the WAC Ian, Ala. prior ,to being assigned

! Notes Perhaps the most spec- L first time a battle group has [Women's Army Corps, she to Fort Knox.

tacular appliance is a com- been transported completelyby is undergoing advanced indi .

1. r bination freezer chest-gas at to Korea under OVUR- vidual training at the Army .I .

rJ I & fef
I s SSyv J Home Demonstration Agent drop in a frozn food; and remove $ the infantry's Combat Support seventh and eighth weeks of 8itsr N:.'KbftUa! cr Wool AHCoUoa.

a completely cooked o Pvt. Richard D. Cheshire Company> and entered the the course. Pvt. Craven will be ,,'Brag it Tele & )h.

4-H DemonstrationsAt Joyce Crawford from Lawtey meal in minutes. son of Mr. and Mrs H. I- Army in November 1960. assigned to the Administrative

County Fair i and Sharon Bryan from Then there are gas ranges Cheshire of Raiford recently -- Laboratory "proving grounds"where THE 'BIGHT.POINT let the

This year for the first Starke. On the other team with infra-red ovens and Wherein November comes in arrived in Korea under Operation Pvt. Sandra E. Craven: she will do practical

time, 4-H girls gave demon- was Brenda Green from broilers. They cut cooking with a whirl of wind and dust. nuts.We had a funeral yester- OVUREP, the Army's daughter of Mrs. Hazel L. work at various levels from MSert war. Jft wrtU.'feTCrtt Co ESTES-in and

strations at the fair. In the Brooker, Janelle Pollard and time in half seal in natural The sun shines and the clouds day-a man who used to live Overseas Unite Replacement Craven of Route 2, starke is the company to the division. BBOOK year ftodtla.Fea.* TELl-

4-H booth at night during the Gail McKinney from Starke. I Juices of meat and do away roll across the sky. Soon it here'and go to our church. He Program and is.now. assignedto assigned to Co. B of the Specialist A 1961 graduate of BHS. Pvt GRAPH.

week girls showed how to do Classes to be Judged were: with meat spattering. Thereis will be winter. died away over in Iowa and the 7th :ca ;)n's 1st Bat- [ Training Regiment a Craven Joined the WAC in''

various' homemaking tasks. selection of toys for'a 3-year- a dull glow from the burners "My life is but a weaving they shipped his body back on -- -- r

Three taems, composed of old child and to give reasons no visible flame. Cooking between my Lord and me. I the train. Don met it hi Sioux #
Gilda Graham and Celita Bryant for choices, appropriate color is done by radiant heat
; rays. cannot choose the colors nor City. A dear old lady, 93, is
Joyce Denmark and JanIce scheme for a bedroom, select- Lack Physical Fitness all the pattern see. Sometimeshe very ill.across the street. I try

Jones of Starke and Bon ing dinner menus, a good news I President John F. Kennedy chooseth sorrow and in my to save my strength and not

nie Rosier and Kay Brewer story and driver education.The I heart specialists, and military foolish pride forget he sees get too tired so I can be readyat

from Lawtey showed how to I activity was to give leaders are genuinely concerned the upper and I the under any moment to help, when r
: > t
be "ii
good hostesses. They demonstrated I girls an opportunity to practice about the failure of American side. Not till the loom is silent, she passes away.I ": ; '
t setting the table judging skills in their to match the and the shuttles .
people cease to fly, am so happy these days. < ; ,
and good ta'le! manners. projects. In this way girls will physical fitness of persons in will He reveal the pattern or Don is so much betterlooksgood ., :
Celeste :r
I DeVoe and Peggy develop ability to make sound foreign countries especially tell the reason why The dark and eats as usual. We .: .

Shanbarger from Starke made decisions. Russia and other Communist I threads are as needful in the watch TV of an evening andI "',: ''1'i. ; 1}

Brownies samples and and gave away Miss Dorothy Ross, agent,:. nations. weaver's skillful hand, as the get so sleepy but I take my ,.; i' ;

recipes. accompanied the girls on the Our youth, because of grow- threads of gold and silver in bath when there Is a programI f ;., ..... ', '.

Thelma Knight from Brook- trip. ing flabbiness are failing to the pattern He hath planned." don't mind missing. Then ;. > : ',!!;.f.j.s: .

er told how to select a good Amazing Appliances pass simple fitness tests, and -Author unknown. when 10 o'clock comes aroundwe '" -1yoU ,

reading lamp. Coming: Up are flunking Selective Service I once sang a solo at church retire to the back bedroom. ., ,,

We hope to have more de- Many new gas appliancesare physicals in alarming numfoers. with words similar to the I feel so happy and safe and

monstrations the fair next now being prepared for Overweight and: under- above poem. When we are Gabby gets in his bed, and yC

year. the market. Some are about exercised adults are becoming Christians and put our livesin soon we are all asleep. ,

Home Show Judging: ready for production while the victims of heart ailments God's hands we should This morning I heard the

Bradford County had two others are still on designers' and other degenerative di- never fear the future, for our clock strike and I thought I yS

teams of 4-H girls to judgeat drawing boards. They will give seases. children or for our own life. counted six dongs. So I slipped r ,
True, it is natural at first to quietly out of bed thinking -
the Home
Show Saturday.It comfort and conveniences for The President of the United
is part of the.North Florida people everywhere.Some States asks all citizens of aDages be distrubed when a boy or to read my devotionals]

Fair in Tallahassee.The girl quits school or marries and say a prayer for the day.I -
of these and sexes to exercise 1
are a gas ,
young, when we had hoped to was dressed and looked F
teams ,were composedof powered dishwasher toaster daily. Fifteen minutes a day '
send them to closely at the clock it ;
college, or made and was
Mary Frances Norman and plug-in gas frying pan, coffeeThrifty of vigorous calisthenics will ; ---RlJN 0
be most beneficial. Ultimately other plans- We worry now only five. So I had an extra I. :
a about fallout from the Russian hour to write letters. Ha! i '
the safety of our country will r ;
Home Improvements depend on the moral and phy- bombs and many other Shirley Mosley, one of my .,.::":, ,
things that distrub our lives. girls at Clay Hill, sent me ; :.,.r.ftF. .-
sical strength of its citizens.
Start Here Then toophysically fit people But I have at this hour, lived helpful hints.HELPFUL "
long enough to see children HINTS. Always
I can expect to be healthier,
: who married without their close all zippers before wash- FUEtwhen beat' "
happier, and live longer. you
1 1 I I parents' consent live happily ing a garment. They may be ,
1 I rear a lovely family, and make spoiled in laundering. Keep a

their parents very happy in brush near when putting

i iI their last years.I shirts in the wash. I wet with i S
I ;
::1- ,I have seen the boy at soap and water and scrub collar : llNATURAL GAS'

u school who just seemed as if first. Put a little starch in ,' : i : .
A 1 he could not learn, make a the top of cbUdren's socks : : ,
.. ,. ___ :
r I Our Soil o Our StrengthSoil wonderful man and rear chil- and they stay up better. ... 1- ."-'ft"** .V. .. H' -

dren who were beautiful, good,, DRIED PRUNE PIE. Cook .. .

WE ,CARRY EVERYTHING FOR INDOOR >< Conservation and successful. So I have now prunes slowly until tender. I, ...' .. 11 rEnd

AND OUT-DOOR, FIXUP. N-E-W-S learned that if the first gen- remove seeds. Drain and add the problem of empty fuel tanks in Ihe middle! !! :,f Ihe hearing season forever!. V/hen.yov*:'}. '" .

A. B. C. Finance I eration does not always do as 1-2 tsp. salt 1-2 tsp cinnamonand i ii. .

=R S By Bin Haas we times would the have second them generation do some- and half 1 cup is light good]cream. Line a[half pie '; use, a storage tank. for fuel you can be sure of one thing. the day will come when it will'! .. **."*'

tIM T. : .
: .
I The Board of Supervisorsfor the grandchildren: make pan with pie crust and pour '. r.

::' Phone 965291 I the Bradford Soil Conservation up for all. Yes, it's all a part in prune mixture. Strips maybe be empty.! Natural! gas is always there Once you have natural gas heating; qVTPmerit t i fria.fUi.f ..

District held their reg of God's plan. So you who put crisscross on the top .

Complete Line of Hardware ular meeting in the Soil Conservation read this, stop worrying about if desired. Bake at 400 degrees '"fl. >

Service office in things. Nothing in this life is until done in the middle. .you'll. never need t to see a storage t tank hang in your garage again. : : l..1

Bradford Building Supply Starke. so terrible that it should make want to unpack. My cake is : '; .1. R

The board discussed the us want to give up. All this Some time I shall tell you .

I 1962 ACP program and some 'test-bombing and fallout danger more of my first' trip to 'college. ,. _. ,-.-- -, .-. < -.: .- < '. _. -- : -.* .- j, ;:-.iill;
301 E. Call Street of the members plan to attend believe, is to bring us I hear, the'' truck herewith r. ,
to knees It is bpy{ the confidence of ,knowing that when you turn therrnosfQjj ft ;
our your '
the Meeting for prayer. o.! : :
Development ,
i --- a casket, so 'Don will ..,, : i.lf 1 ,
the work of the devil and If '. .
1962 Bradford County Agri want want to unpack. My cake ". "'1:, .:{
cultural Conservation Pro we are on God's side, wha is out of the oven. u 1 be ,!tfierejo bring cjeon4"comfortable'heat io bps. ; ;\ .
gram. does anything matter? We are God bless you everyone. .t our '.: .< \ ;.; ;.:;1. :: ..:.
Never before. .
1 saved. 'J
Don Champion, Farm For: LOVE MOTHER LURA. .,. ',..
Life here is so transient- ,-_.._. f '.' i -- .
and i' '
ester for Bradford Clay t '1 "'
only a dream and some day Cash Paid for Good, Clean t .r.r ; ;,, ,-, .
County.Farm Forester Project, i"4' .
we will awaken to be wit our Bags. No Khakis t '.. ,. : .
gave his annual report.,Chain or Wool All / 1, .. Jf' .:
SO MUCHFURNITURE Lord who died for us and hasa Cotten. BrinK to '. .. .. ;.r. '
that the timber Telegraph \ ,
pion reports ..,, ... .iI..... "" ..
place prepared, lovely .
more GRAPH.
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and wood survey made recently .. I' tJ.,.. ..-....
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} and beautiful than anythingwe '' I" *Vf -. ... .'4.:.;... 1 -- .. '
shows that we are only '
can imagine. So bless the /' RI: : '.
holding our own in pine seed Ia County Jidge' Court, IB ( ... ..,
young folks-even when they And For Bradford County. ." *- 1'I t ':: / '. ...
ling planting. "We are grow Flerdla. { .' ', ..' .' .
seem to thoughtlessly d O In re: Estate i ', Mj :"t", 10,.. : ,
TV ing only the amount of timber of Lester Kite, It '.
wrong. Who cannot rememberones : deceased. .
r- : i
and wood equal to our annualcutting. NOTICE OF .
By year 1975 we will first beau, love's young FOR FINAL DISCHARGE PETITION OF ; ..(..1.. .,::; #..J'.. ':- :.I ,.r..
.s ,
dream-before the heartache ADMINISTRATOR .
it "
; I ,
ned to cut four times more II I TO ALL f : '.. : .
CON ..
wood and timber to supplythe 1 and tears of life have beaten: CERN: "*' t*; ""'. -,'., ).'.... .. A. "....,.'..J.. '
us down? God bless them. Notice Is ..
given that I 1" '"<
$ demand and by the year have filed my final returns as '. ....,.,. ". ..
For Only$2299 2,000 we will have to cut 100 I am baking a white cak administrator of the estate of t <, 4.... '

per cent more to meet the demands it mix. I take the yolks and Lester have filM IQte my petition deceased tor; that final 1 I I' 4 s-s-vVr.: -. -!.;.:.1{-> "t y'..tr,.;:;;,.;l'ic_'."'. r_ '

," says Don. make a custard filling pretty discharge, and that I will apply .... .
thick and put between the to the Honorable Theron A. "<. "
The other night at the Annual Yawn, County Judge of Brad
layers. Then put powdered .
Bradford County Farm ford County, Florida on November 'i 1
sugar icing onthe outside. We 17th, 1961 for approval of .
Bureau meeting, Lonnie Harley
the same and for final discharge .
[sitting on a box] Bryant had fresh doughnuts last as administrator of the t'.('
weekend and I shall makemore estate of Lester Kite, deceased. 'I; .'tI'il -.
Reddish [leaning against a October 19th. 1961. y '... ?
.. .. .. this our ; .b :!taJ
Friday before
,'" !.2.f" '+ : +,'- post and C. R. Bradford J. Kite Administrator of

,',-,. "i i.,,.{A>.... ,'..:"'" <. ; ,."1:'t.',',",;.4;...... 1 [standing by] discussed pasture grandson comes home for the deceased.the Estate of' Lester Kite, '. ..'.<'...... ,', ','e'.u...;
<., "?!. ,. f:' :;: '" );,i"" !t& and cattle. Bryant remarked weekend. He.likes cake dough '10-21 It 111SService Don't t be without heat even one night .'1-,',::. '."''<<1M--;. .-. ,.. ..
; \ :o: .t.. ;U \: f* 'i .,' ( ,
,: : t>i;" that he was getting '7,: '. '''''I '...
i' I ?f :,r: good results with S-l clover .k t \ << -

"". :" &' 4>.' 'I a":"<>'.,>1 '." '; ,"><,.' He said S-l Is an improved i Have your pilot, light turned on and. your equipment. checked.. ,now.j. .;;' :: ::;' ,\A ;
:t. ,
: \ .. ,, : variety of White Clover Brad- 't t" 't-J< ; .t..t .:i ,
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"R !- w.-: ford stated he got good ::" .
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,+ .<\-, .I';:. '''....T"'''' i' r., stand of Red Clover last year 1 > 1 '>'C,."" !IIf.4.. :
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\ $..,:.",. .,", '''' .,.; from which he made He I i .f t
hay. :
''j : call fodcy, : t. '
'f natural
1 It pilot litjht.ilso
costs to
: practically nothing run a gas ; '-'Y." :
\.f.t2. i ,
.,, 1-'... ,,,,,,,',:,,.v\ ,>>< ij;":O' .to., .' > used the red clover for a cover : ." ,* .f' .: ,..* ,: ", .., .'fl.J. '..." ,.
I crop in his pecan grove. Red Honest .. i t : ;.,!!.i ';':'J tit' : ,
Make appointment for a heating' equ oment check. '*'" : >r:>t: '. (' ;.r.; T. ..III '
N" clover can be planted late your ; : ... G., .
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after t'.:If..[ I & .' '!f
}= the nuts are gatheredand I J I rr i; Jp. j ;1." ; ', : J ,.. .."",,,1',,;,(
hn' .- .
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it makes 0 .t' ., ,, <
l a good winter I .
l "Honest Service '
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III! IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII=;t =: =i : cover crop. Lonnie Just listened !: Is I .' .',i'. '. ., .,.. '..>'-".'JI.' '.. ,', '4' < : ., ..;...,.,. .j...;..'-".. f H.o:0. .

!. l = and patted his foot. ,I Part of .' ... ..'..,...'. .-.<'.. :"' 4,;'.- ." "t'''''f'.r.,. .- -r... 'taU4.f;';:'J-'...
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J."Po>Rkrilai T1c C..rt Bra4f.Of Tile,. hNate.Gossip c..at" I! 666 N. Temple Ave. i Phone 964-1301 ,- ;"::,; ':::";.. :" .".' .J. ; :oij J ?_ .. tr .

In. Deceased.re: .Estate of James Hornsby. (Formerly Tanners.) ". .. i.. .' a.I. I4iw'*"1\I"' ,
'.,, '.tf: 'IIi
To All Creditors and Persons \ : $-, =:; "": I, '. t... .
Having Claims or Demands AaJn '. City of Starke Natural Gas Di .. .'r. ,"" "
t Said Estate: Pt. :,t :/ J.! :?: '.-'__. .
24-HOUR "! "
and SERVICE 'JI; ;
bTou. of you are her i ; !
and required to pre. Hall N. ; :
City Thompson St. ,
lent any claims or d nands ; fktr J
Westinghouse which you. or either of you. t .7 ..... :
may have against the estate of 9I ;. .
James of Hornsby deceased, lat{ WENEVER ,'" I J., 'k'M"" n..J, .h'6'... .
said County, to the 7 .
County r : ::.. ; .: "
of Bradford County. . '
23"CONSOLE with NEW court Florida. house at of his said office County in the at I '. I I .. '. {I. ;; ......,. .r.-;"",,1....>.-h, -. I!

calendar!Starke Florida within eight I CLOSE! .,>' .. ..::..).:...'A"' ... 1 ,. ..i:, !I,
months ,
"PICTURE POWER"CHASSIS from the time I .,
of the first publication of this .... f
notice. Bach USE '
claim or demand NATURAL .: ;
shall be in writing', and shall
state the place of residence and I : to. :,: ': i

..,. Post claimant office and address of the Fully Insured } rxfiit... !
shall be sworn to I Pi'C

Parts & Labor by his attorney the claimant.Ms, and any such agent claim or Pickup andDelivery !i I h, -t i r

90 Day Warranty or void.First demand not so filed shall, be. I .The Si/enl/ Symbol of ; ;:- i

publication .October' 1!, Service /, t .
1l61r .i
H. A. LAWSOK xj's. i&.. A'-1 .
As Administrator of the ..
NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY CO. Estate of Aa Executor of the i 'P" .} ":,:;'t .'.'.f-' '

Last WW and Testament of -' I,.. .: IJ .-
James Hornaby, deceased. John W. Yoak, owneroperator ... 't' .. U'''t ,
412 E. CALL STREET T. Frank lAndrum r .
Attorney for said Estate. "LETS GET ACQUAINTED* r' I -; : '
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Box *4C. Starke, Florida ..i s'' .
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TIITTRSDAY.. NOV.. 9.. 1961

'?, ..,"!.-.................., ,i week. with 141 membership at TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTCLAY V.... '........y..Y..T..T'. day Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Furr become ,1
I a living zoo. Mocking crop can usually be harvestedin not suit your fancy, then Emerald secure the planting
EJ.J! AMHONJoyce? the close of the second, month. of .Alabama.. ; and'Mr/and: Mrs..' 6ItdS Will use it as a platformrhefrs6iifest two.. jpickings. there_ .are. a ,number .of trellis stock from your local nursery- I
School vacation for the -
Joe ofLake Butlen!
LATEY Forsyth ; r .'Wrenswin: I
HILL I There are a number of other methods for holding up the man. If he does not have the
Thanksgiving Jioliday) in two. : Mr. and Mrs. Frank Black
raise brood '
a there
,. each fruiting- vines. write Water-
11 that stock available
:r e grapes grow well inFlorida.
till": Bl M.. weeits will jbe the'us il'TJhursday'a'nd 9f ui 'S tI
h.... '. r ){. Itnl 'Friday bff Mr.! Jf bbS,1joli By Mrs. J. J,. StricklandHAAAAAJAAAAAAAAAAfAAf' By EnzaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA JSl&neJwI At! ; ) ped wtth1is 'flhg cf=.t11l.., (, b 'i For example, many of Toy ,with the idea of growing melon and Grape Investigations -

AAAA..AAAAAAAAAAAAj ;4''Prest I : "t- o ( \heR. latpadlonJlr rXID"'.' .flta1zau...... .... -, allr4t the Munson hybrids in combination .. your own beverage. 'Takea : Laboratory.. Box 321,
., said afanf? f way'to GalriVe esI; ; '
.. U Pmr".fh '
.,. : for addresses
4. 'A <4 !' wTjT JT 7' ** AicuujfcsJ with Florida wild month or so to make the Leesburg. Florida -
:: "i-mini board JOSatt. 1f
plans fojr the
school j 1\,\ {
Christmas' The First: Bapyst Church bean 1 "j :, ".t. i a ;l[ Wgin| r snaiewill species have made long-lived ,decision because the grape of nurserymen who sell the
IieddInr8etatd vacation; ,are fpp Yougan Padgett has b.een on r.f< & revival Ionday'"night I acclimated rootstock.
lilt. .1 is from stocks.
plant season
1o planting
,M M Arnodns school to cpritUiue, t rougTuesdar ,f.Rc\ k .list'for several lays Sited 8t trn Witti 1Mni pecember grape ,
"" ,-"qb' .... ,. 11.l'h < \with Rev, Bobby Stripling pastor f insets !( combinations: you may like to to March.Yhi\e* making up !
: ', Dc.. 19); jand t be jipt ey'0n "ble to fishing! P .1aSt".t4ay
.. VRW; ? go' '
r ar.wo of First Baptist Church of } toI:1ju: J! 'of! d emonerPrivuV" .try- are native stock with : mind ask county
: .
back in session'on' 'Tuesday, Sovyou, he's : Mr. !" d\\AI'JI. ,;" of .
It. Jt ) : 'really"sick" '
\ pf t. 'o'W Baldwin, speaker. Her. w'OI.'p tt. ..:,.wm :such s i2'o
.: I. a",' 7htet.Lr_.:.a ,' .toIfJohn I., Janl h'oliday.: 2, "almost. .two fd week- --. Our Pasta;,. ;?ev. ,G. W. "..mg"is hringirig; grca.t mesgageseach Strip.. :' J.a.cksa_.._, v l.., mn 41: ,"i"trsMoody' ; 'f!9.l\J: ..'.dangle' heif"cocponT:. ; _:..wnonz: I;Munson.grapes Carman as Edna Fern Mercidel Mun- "Blue agent tot take Circular t* New Bunch- THE RIGHT write.POINT Come in for and the
: Wesley Phillips, son of Fhism. was on the 'sick listW : interest Sndj: : the rails. >&Qo.oo-: way you

LIfr. arid Mrsi W..PhI1llpsf 'Personals'r' ); jwge&end, 3nd n.pt able 40 1 4Mshowti:: nig.nt7and by? ,the much large :.attena- Mrs. N., G. Moody accompanied Since 1880 grape growing son., Marguerite and Armlaga. Grape for Florida Home Gar- 'select your favorite ESTER-

'Hamptbn:: """ 'IT per 'BgaJid.Mrs.' : ( Bert* L. Hin-' jo.; 'hunting Hope": :ihey 'are: .nce. The; meetings'"win.\ ) $*- Mrs. Murlie Crews'- to has :run tfie ,gauritiej\ of success The. 'grape planting project. deners. BROOK Foantain. Pen. TELEGRAPH.

.' : ,,"l'm"Wedding.Will take place son 'of, .Bheppird Arr Force. joth ijibie ,to .resume' ,their"activities.by -tinue i througi this we K: ;Every- bhnstown.Baptist Church last to'falIure--t su ceSs. .Now. ;,is only a suggestion. If the If you decide on plantingthe .

t1i Thursd&;.'Nov 23 rn illi-' Ba's.e' il1, Te'ps',"ann'ounce ,t ebrrth now: pne Js welcome. :Sunday? success is on yotirsd! because old-fashioned: arbor Idea does Blue Lake or the. Lake

!Jgjving Day at J {)._m.iI_ The'ti7j :of a daughter. Karon" .Well ,weina ly); got .that tUe (f' ice' MetHodlst! JghurchL I Charles Swafford and Leon University'of Florid* researchers t

:.. 7-',, f is-, :rr.-esa. Je'ssie"on FJc day, Nov. 3.MrS. .put'}A'.. ,our' sKort strip' :of 19a: Churcb.' ScM&X .$:&' ){9fI1- Wilson J ;of.. Chattanooga* -Tenn., .at Leesburg.have develop -

l ; of the groom in Jackson- Cbasfaih spent between our mail box and ing Worship;;:* 11 a. m., Evening a re' visiting the 'Henry Gibsons ed" two "sur -groWing 'gr pes.
ville. All friends and rJ1iv ifie/pifepw ekend with her Road 218, and it is a big im Worship 7:30: m. M. Y. tjhis :.week. ;iMr. Swafford is' a [Theare' ;take Emerald 'and'

;pf the families are .invited ,t JKQtjtigr og\! U-in-law.. Mr. provement. No water standingon F. Wednesday 7 p. p.m. On Sun- brother: ; ot:;Mrs. Henry Gibson Blue Lake"grape. The Emerald [
;* *' and Mrs3. Qlancey, in andtis to Gainesv le.- '
ettend f* the road after our moving bri; '
js" nativefgripe
f. s day evening, Nov. 12, Dr. J. G. cross
Hampton; Bant&t Church Palm Beach. t\ "sprinkle" yesterday. McKinley, District Superintendent 'Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Raulerspn know'as Pnupla a'hd'the cu .t1-
.Revival ,, Mr. and Mrs. Derrick.:Wheeler of. Jacksonville;; e visiting ,
ThruSznfay i iI Among our visitors in will bring the \ valeii Golden Muscat: > -a v -
I Revival Jervjces at Hamotohoteptist and son of Pisg b.. )Ja. church Sunday Mrs. Georgia message i theJoe, Moodys last Sun &*
::1 j":_ was and will conduct First Quarterly -I -The'grape 15 no? affected: by or Ypu; ? *
:: jChurch,will copUnuejthrough yisited here last Weeke.jl Griffis who has been day .$ *-
l Conference after the serv I dieba kThis: condition, w" mftyjprs i
;'Mv &stt Nov. 12,i the hom, .jpf Mr. and Mr4i away from Lawtey for some i Mrs. Mabel Long of Jacksonville battled'by -'> \
i i41me. ice. Everyone is welcome. The a virus. is the rea- i
:JJthrou n jthe? eveiing rvice1..' M. M' chel t.,;|klr. and: .. ; Of course all are invited District Stewards meeting will .i visited .]rr. tnd, Ifrs. 1!.: 'f'oh: lor most. .. of. the grape y: wifh' Jf J

Revs:Marvin S team of Don-.fear&pn: .pf:fQ* Petersburg. \p attend the Highland Church be held at the Methodist Churchin S. Rho len and they' all attended failures to .the "past.'TheVEmerald .
J alatias evangeris' Qr.? the sonjlaj\ ad" $"wghter 4i /' yery"t time they are in this Alachua on Tuesday Nov .church at New Hope Satur- .: grape is ideal -. I' .,-- .: .-. JLeeps

:'weeki taeetinifjXwi"'Jizy 1 he Mal hettsf u1'the vicinity.It\ 28, 9:30 a. m. to 4 p. In. day night and Sundy.; for home' Use. Its Juice is
[posy *!of, .Starke as "son$ car over in AA .accide[ );\t' near ;; seems that a sigh of reief first Baptist Church Mr.an1! Jirs. Wayne Johns. sweet aromatic" agreeable in

ileader. Services at,4 l ichur: (# wlldw9Q! on'the way 'here on was heard last Fridayjjh'en Sunday School 10 a. rn.;I pf Jacksonville visited: the Robert flavor and light in color. 'Be-

|beghi each evening at 1:39'V: ( ,5unq .':B jth, wert? 4ih1njured1apwereablto ; I the news of the capture Morning Worship 11 a. m.; B. Dobbs family Sunday. ing i high in'S gai; the fruit

'JEO, drive the rest. p| DeWitt Addison and Ru- T. U. 6:30: p. m.; Evening Worship Talmadge Combs, of Macclen-. !ire fine for sweet jufce! processing '?S-ES .
! 'J arnival l Success pf Ihe'way'*i ,tne.car to Hamptori ;-' blph Pavlas, who have been 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting ny .ame over to see his uncle< h. CRYSTAL CLEAR, SHATTERPROOF PLASTIC ,,, :

HI .Total receipts. from last,' later' Sunday" a ternoqji, ,causing so much damage and Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Tuesday\ before being; inducted :Many soils in 'Florida .are

Reek's TA..Halloween Carnival where ttieyr .rts ted overnightwith fright' all through this part of Mrs. Eugene Pearson, Mrs.J. into the Army. adapted to grape culture. In .

at Hampton Elementary the 4tch tts-: / the country. Maybe we can C. Tye Mrs. G. W. Roberts, Mrs.. Ruby Yarbrough ..ofRaiford trials'St thd University' SubTropical -

chool caine. $215.60.. After ?tr..fhd K&si; Holland, Brown rest in peace again after this and :Mrs. Hiram Bennett attended visited .Mrs. Obey. Station" :at' Homestead -

*estimated \pehses. approxi- of Alaska \\\i'e.Jle parents: "of capture. the Council PTA Study Moody last Sunday. a thr eyearld Emerald -

;fcately $140 Vas cleared" on a son Roy Duane Sjorn Oct. Viola Johns of Middleburg Course at the home of Mrs.S. Folks In this section will be vine produced 108 bunches

:the proJect. \ 10. Mr. and MfsvB. ..'Brown visited the Yougan Padgetts G. Denmark, in Starke last 1ad.to know that you can'pickup of'grapes 'Weighing ii o nlIs.

:Ji;;:.Although all accounts, from )L ,H.ajaaptori :ai'e'paternal" ,rece.y.t1.} : ., J' ... 'I "1J. y. your copy of The Telegraphat Up to 40 pounds of fruit have ,._ ONLY
the carnival have not yet been... grandparents, The L jSo Wan :-e ',to ier4IQi: 't1ati rI3eI I ',wtey PTA will meet Moody's Store on Thursday been produced on a\\ Lake

:turned in, expenses were Browns are'statione In Alaska ii\XlJ i S d \Wi\ ba. ; Tlftij\ iii4j: l&r Allppents afternoon, now, instead of having Emerald I ''vine :at_ Leesburg.

about $' leaving a profit of with the Air\ Eorpe-u t BignC1ir4 brs1. esp i li.. :to wait until Friday. ;The Blue Lake is the most Cold 2' 9
:'1140.t. Mrs. Leaston Ifersyt and on4, Pt.15-He Idfd.pfeich I are'urged to Ce) present_ .. recent tock developed $_ : .' : ( Out i

.. J. C. Hobbs school principal. Ann Barnes of Lawtey spent wonderful sermon and since Weekend visitors of the W. I by the grape University1! researchers.it ___ Holds! In Heat ? 6..W.

Jahd C. R. Cox and W. P. Mc- the weekend here' with Mrs. then has celebrated his 80Jh \. o"c.ry.ily er.e J4..r. and tLet'sGoiadeIIIIg. is a cros5f Between) a native ; b 'I.also III 2a..au .a'Wi4.....
:iEbroy, chairmen of the carniVal Ina flight; and s. and all birthday, and i ia still goingiijinistry Mrf'r 9d AQyer. f;:r p'- an J.1Gay1T.rod& Bailey and the pacp grape. Saves Tu0MOfo On Fuel '

( expressed their appreciation were t
; to all who donated not Saturday -\ A, ,I., .' I 'jtoriustHB jfears& He pf4thevll.: ..., r'" ,,} grape.TThe"fruit (
,. have Costs So>> Little.! .
:Jpiily food and materials for Mils-Barbara Johnson Miss I was converted the second Saturday >-S','Ht- ozhpson." ri'eais are ,. in aroniatlc'
: : spicy flavor. The I\Wi\ Anyone Can Afford It
fine carnival but also the time Wendy Hill, and Tommy John- I. night in May 1900; glad that he is at home after (
grapes are fairly small, but tbeow qost
Compare ,light weight
(and effort given by many in son were among! those Attending Baptised thenex.. t ..day.i. i i1Isp1in. sl.rera .. .q w'.reament' ; By Hervey: Sharpe are well adapted to making ) \ conveiencandweatherproof' ___j. ,',. -
anaking the event a success. I a youth r llyi att th Chi1-!; hh a dig Mr. jes1or *'lB Ye.11;; Spjtij.. Florida Agricultural fresh juice pasteurized juice I 'S T ,; qualities of Warp's FlexO.G.1assitJl.eJpenslV ) .

'; Bradford County Council of dren's Bible Society -cam;::at } ,,arid preacl ed. h lS Pfss4on. "!,unday ;j gst4: (oJ-rMJr. and Extension Service jellies" and r'eserves. The : breakable glass.So .

Ibf PTA's will meet here at the : Camp Gilead'fiear* Polls.. r" 1'Cityon tied 13 *-*at, Mrs. df( I* A der? $rere theirdsiighterfoil&w tangy grape,aroma is retainedin' I : '. I Easy. Anyone Can Do It CUT WITH SHEARS
JHampton School on Mondaylivening I Saturday. : June..*And t!he's been.pr< .hi i ,' .'Mis.-i>James I A grape arbor is not a novel these products. I 1 : It takes only V few minutes to '
next week at 7:30 p. Mrs. R. 1,. Brown spent ever since! He can still delivera Anders and children of Palatka. idea but' it.is the answer to op of Warp's Shatterproof '
T. any
tni: three days in Starke last week forceful sermon and 11 Mrs. Floyd Martin and son of gardeners\.who have a yen for This new grape is excellent __ Window Materials. It's so easy

!" School enrollment here is with her sister Mrs. R. M. strong enough to get out and Daytona Beach were.Thursday adding another fruit in; the for'.the. Dearie'gardener.' HOwever .. .- ; __ that"-even the womenfolks enjoy
,, the fruit must be processed I _____ doing it. Don't let cold weather \
remaining about steady this; Fancher while Mr. Fancherwas pick up pecans every day split overnight guests of Mrsl Mar .back yard. catch .
; -you unprepared! Get
:fear, Mr. Hobbs said this; in the hospital. wood make his garden and- tin's mother Mrs. Hester An. arbor! constructed pf ,immediately upon .. Flex-0-Glass now! '

''T.-, at"I I I well, just WORK! We feel the Hicks. Pfc Darrell Martin of itch. d rosin-rich:: poles and ripen; not"a. L Therefore, this .g r pe ,, f---, ,'. WYI-O-GUSS. GUSS-0-NET, SOHN-CUSS, TACK ON
Lord has really blessed him. the .Marines is stationed at decked with,split rails will add<; is commercial variety. ?rUX-0-PANE POLY- ANE t IASY-ON KITS SECURELYT
Tfie New Scrpfon" / Rev. Robbie Strickland Camp LeJeune N. C. and Is a .homestead: look to your Blue Lake ripens from June -- .rt.be! .ao'. b;W!rp Km,Ckicsga 51,B
i 1 *?v pastor of Baldwin Baptist pending his leave }with, his "acres: >. through: ; July. Mature fruitemains .
I If Haiiii
rft Church is holding revival services family. Other direct products are r .on the yjne for only c# bur | : I 4 I. .

Business Line Ball Pens I at the First Baptist Miss Arthurine Blanchard' of eat-put-of-thehand :fruit and a short .tIneand should] beh'arVested .., ; a1

Church in Lawtey this 'week. Jaksonvfl1e' pent thC:wfeke.1j I a cool arch.of restful: shade without'delay.. The ...h -.-..- .- .4 a '-_ !

Everyone welcome to attend., with Miss Enza Blinchard. during..the .summer. -I: ,- '... -. ,

and Refills James Saunders of Middle- i Luell Tanner was visiting his I Properly :tuflt the arbor will '
> burg preached for us at High- sister and brother-in-law, .Mr. r < tri

.land. Sunday. night.. He. .is a. and Mrs. Budd Prince' .. ic ,- -4" "(''<{'"3 'ii / oJnmg .1 i .. --
FOR ALL BUSINESS WRITING young preacher arid everyone Briceville Sunday. L }: i 1. November 1
During the weekend Mr. anc r <, I
enjoyed his message.'W : r' ,
only 25c eachRfflLLABLE ll, we hadn't had any Mrs. 'fe.on. .?Ji: et.t. Mr. and :- ". l I li-l''I;:!'. lir:' \ I i -

rain for so long: but got 'a: Mrs: Bbl> Norman and eon .t., '..'<..,, I 1 AnaIl'newFord.' .- J JI J.. ', ,;, 'to P.
Mr. and Mrs. Euward Smith .
pretty good sprinkle Sunday1Jlorning I ,\. P. ,. I. .'"'
just about SundaySchool and Mr. and Mrs. Obed Pauley .t-: *
size..right price., .;
time and it surely visited George Pri'/ tt of the ; I I' .

'frighten i these Baptists who Army stationed at Fort Jack I eQTs I f: right between I' I I'I''I
,! aid of waterl son N. C.
irm'tt -ah. ,, away
with Refills lOc ea. f1 bn,.. ervic6a. *{))ur Sunday Miss Frankie Wainwright and j Gaiaxie and Falcon : ;
SC341' ft tend Ji7; ..dropped I :Emory Eunice visited her mother -

11 o m .7.4 : 4'. <, : Iiejme.. I Mrs. Louie Frigo who is -- I

BLUE dIMe GlrIS WQ.n') Da.n.ne a patient in St. Vincent's Hospital iiii'iisi \.

with a/grade; o(/ 74-they were in Jacksonville Sunday.
BLACK Recent of Mr. and I _
on the job: llIway; guests
:Mrs! B.;..E. Reddish were Mraid .I )
RED Our Training Union J jumped
I from 18 the l last Sunday to Mrs.; Ray Dorman and sons
.. of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs -.- S ; i1 I W
FINE OR MEDIUM POINTS 36 olt-Nov.: 5. We have 28 .en g' _I j jI jl
Bill Hall and daughters of: l
rolled, so we had severa! visit
Gainesville pent! Sanday'.with r4
The most economical I ors who again.are welcome and invited the Redishes. __. _ _ _

On Sunday Sammy Givens .P h".., 4T'P I
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and Miss Marlina Fuquay of ( ;: _
devised. i4. Whirlpool .. I% .. ; _._. -
writing ever Gainesville enjoyed a dinner .. -. k. *- PP.I&" ..4.II 4
honoring Sammy on his birth eA* I. '' r .c.--' "; ":a.'
way you write. Come in andselect GAS ..
day with his mother. Mrs. S. -
your favorite ESTEB- w \
Bradford County D. Harley and Mr. Harley another :
Telegraph J :
BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE tn1. ..a.a"H'
members of the family.
I 4 J GRAPH. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wain

.F wright and children of Way Rlrigerat 'iune-cars have '

cross Ga. spent Sunday witfl newam.
Mr. and :Mrs. Truby Wainwright ( .... . _
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J I- --v-v. .yvyyyyyyyyyNEV 77ie"ridme is familiar_the Ford Fairlane 500. The
Reg. $650.p() cariselff.c totally new_so new
RIVER ': u:7Il see nothing else like it this year. It is one ofFord's milestone designs1cznrj willbgfls
Ed Prevatt's Garage
:Mack's Body Shop RADIATOR SERVICE STATION By Roy Turner 1 influential in its way as the first.mass-produced car (aFordModel T),

j. I Complete Auto Service tfte first station ( Ford )
BODY' A RENDER REPAIRS New Cores RoddingFlushing. Tires Batteries-Accessories AAAAAAAAAALAAAAALIAAA .., t _
Crank Shaft :,
;' ,COLLISION SERVICE Grinding Electric Welding Among those attending the 1 cdraFprdTliunderbirdt( the worlds! most successful compact (a Ford:Falcon).
542 Madison 969-2801 supper at the home of Rev. and
Lawn Mower Motors Repaired: .
:'' Pamtina. '- Matching AUTO TIRES Mrs. Brookins in Brooker last ,
Phone 9640154Or 4 -.
Ij. FEES ESTIMATES 9643861So. Thursday night were Mrs. D. E. Right between Gaiaxie and Twice. -a year maintenance / would be
t in
Phone 989-2495 Walmut Starke Starke Recap Co Nettles Turner from Sandra- Holt and Roy... E Sale Price .W' -4., Falcon in size and in price, Service is reduced to a minimum-30,000 gratifying! *: : car.acartbjssueit'tadbwnrigkdelieht.. 1,1

: ZM1 N. TP1e. starke Pappy Roclston, Owner Wt jz this neighbprhcpd.Everyone \ ; !&' 1962 Ford Fairlane 500u miles' n'many items, twice a year on the .4. ".-i ? --T1: v T*, 7, 111
I. AUTO SERVICE Recapping for Cars &: Tra&f' in our community: : : : just the right car for just rest.'You' go 30,000 nu'les between major Preview America's newest car now .
I I t ONE DAY is more"at ease now thai 'th about. everybody; you have never been lubrications, 6,000 miles between As of Preview
SERVICE part Run
-to Dodd's Service & 'I fugitives have been apprehend able to buf inything so right before. U.S.A. ne.
$ and minor Fairlane
lubrications. You
TIRES AT changes SOOJ are riding the
SAVINGS neon's
AUTO PARTS 'If. ,, ,ed. I,1ertime.tt.w& .Jthcraght Big in room ride and performance, it dont have touch the
.. Auto Sales AUTO-LITE I BATTBRIE3 )3'SO'ONE: is.'still priced under to engine coolant- highway. an4 main streets right*&w..
most :
i that they"might be in compactsIt Watch for
Phone 9S4-0221 hiding u antifreeze for two years-or 30,000 miles-. See what thousands'v..
riurses .
,: GENERAL REPAIRING. ;135 N. Temple,, .Starke 'the woods near by. a to.see:nickel anoth as though it never,expected at'a time. Brakes adjust themselves1 o. already seen-and raved about Tale a

.:: Starke Motor International LifeUase f1 It looks like the James Lay rabbit on roller skates.r. It moves like I a *YIl} yftx! wteel- dtha4ddaIiuIe.
Mufflers FARM SUPPUES enders have completed! the spacious All-new economy Eight raVlD yourself '
::. Parts Co., Inc. FIRESTONE new addition to their 1 from world's V-8 leader Wethi, c '2ul1 are thit 'aD-new

, "to: Tires Batteries Accessories Brownlee & home on Highway 100. We ONLY dew S outside unitized body. a foot shorter The hand that honed the 'unde4frd|> Ford is just right for just about everybody -

528 S. Walnut 90-1-3861 t think it is pretty and know -',- i full-size inside '. and'sped the Falcon to "all-time Economy' No. matter bw D y r ':
four Local NAPA '.1. Chasteen they are happy with It. MICE Ford engineers nave changed the proportions ; R .honors-turned to anew' problem: 'yo1Je :h vt.ct .tUn iiL.c

Jabber) For Starke "66" Service SEEDS FEEDS The pecans are faIlinlr and 4TTflIS .eTjthe automobile: a completely: here, the Vorld's first economy V-8 .' 'FERTILIZERS"' iW,*iee-J ilafce f f J: sew unititeid body gives you more room possible! by new Ford foundry methods ijwxtwetkr.: ': _
Qr. Brownlee & dark Bill EdwardsWE -7Y.J ga inside with less bulk outside. Afoot the 'V-8 is it noW, be sure ta iee1t ( .Y
: Insecticide* prate & PlantsFarm' the''th aa\up >> J / new Challenger as strong .as .. .
,;Plume 964-0801, 964-0811 SPECIALIZE IN 'Prle&Jf m- oihe''desKeeplpg eyery'dianc eeeWTrn FjrstCome shorter than previous Fairlancs, the new iron-and :a lot lighter than iron's ever ," *. : *; '''r _
BBAKESERVICEWheel j MY9ur : ... .. Fairlane 500 is pleasantly parkable.:delightfully been before. As lively as you'd like Jusl
Balancing ,& .Alignment I Ripply\ ] Store" house and waiting on First Served! dn'vcabk,easily garagcable..;At ,thriftier than you'd expect a V-8 to be...
AUTO BEPAIRSII Phone '<<-HIl Cor. 10th_&: cherry Starke customers at the store4'1itgk ., 7..1 .thesame. time it picks into its,neat and it's'a naJural powerplant for America's FORD iLI.. -i:
to nifty J'n..inchet' much rootri first: caI." ****.' "- :..
Temple, St&rle WEWIN.I' -' A9''! dE'''I Ii uat as passenger ,. eat-your-caie-'ana-havc: : -
t '. < ,- ,as you tad in some'pf. t&e'biggest. Fords For those who want even greater thrift / ;IMJ}
the Macclenny 'tverbuiit; 1 "r ;. there's :i:new'Fair1ane Six. Its :
L :II Earl's Garage Gilbert S.. BrownStaDdanl thias Welding of sickness.Wayne hospital because j economy. ".. .GU1II1WaD..;;;;:

: \. All RINDS OP ,Oil Smtoo SUtfoaATLAS Black had .a few of
\ AUfO UPAm WORK Electric and Aeefelese Wd&ej his friends over Sunday after [

,;,, TIRES & BATTERIES Have Welder Will Travel. noon, celebrating his 10th With' TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
1 .: Work Guaranteed Budget Terms
. ; AH Road SerVIce Work Guaranteed
day.The ., ,. ..
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Schedule for week of 'Nov. Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. i .
,.. 12: Morning Worship 11 a.m. Concord I .5 a
: '
1. Sunday Church School. Choir rehearsal, 5:15 p. 'C .

; 9:45: a., m. Morning Worship m. Training Union, 6:15 p. m.
11 a. m. Snack Supper for :Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m. I

s MYF,'f 6.p..m. Youth Meetings, Youth Fellowship, 8:30: p.. m. ;; .i :: omecomlog
I AT .Juniors and under meet in the I S ; :
; THE TABERNACLE the Broadway Methodist 6:30 p. m. Junior Choir rehearsal I :
Church of Schnectady, N. J. ', 7'p. m. Evening Worship i recreation room. Intermediates
Changes, repairs, and improvements and conducted by Mr. and 7:30 p. m. and Young People meet at the .
are being made home of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. ..
Mrs. Arnold Blake of that Methodist Men's S
In and on the Tabernacle property Monday Peek Jr., 503 N. Church St. .
city, stopped in Starke Mon-
I Club supper. 7 p. m. Mrs. C. 1'
preparatory to the fall This Sunday will be Victory .: -
day enroute to the principal '
L. Scholl will have charge of
season. cities in South Florida. After the Ladies invited. I Sunday at the church. On Tues- : Game : I
f.f The news program. .
of the death of eating lunch here, the groupof day morning the church had re- ,
Dr. Mordecai Hamm. one of 32 [mostly middle-aged: and Tuesday Wesleyan Service eived in pledges a total of I II
IJ! the mighty prophetic teach- elderly people. ] viewed the Guilds, Units One and Two, 816.81 per week on the 1962
i.en. was received with sadness famous painting; "The Feastof will meet in Fellowship Hall budget or 86.9 per cent of the I I
L' by his friends at 6:30: p. m. for a covered $939.81.1 '
i In Starke. He Belshazzar.:" at the Taber- total weekly budget of
was a former speaker at the i nacle, and visited the'antique. dish supper to be followed by Other pledges are being re-': !
Tabernacle.A a study course. Circle 4 will FRIDAY 8:00
eived mail
i ji ; room in the Prisoner of War by and the canvassing .; :
Hall at 8 :
j, bus tour, sponsored by;Chapel.. meet,in Fellowship teams are busy this week .
p. m. with Mrs. Titus Olsonas contacting the members who
\ hostess. have not returned their pledge
Wednesday Prayer Meet- cards. It is felt by the membersof

; ing and Bible Study, 7:30 p. the Forward Program Com-

I\1 BUCK'SGROCERY m. I mittee that the'church will be Tornadoes YS. Santa Fe

1 meets Thursday in Fellowship- Prayer Hall.Group 9:30a. able to announce" this Sunday
that the 1962 budget has been
I m. Chancel Choir rehearsal
underwritten in pledges by the
; and 'MARKETHalf 7:30 p. m.LAUREL.
membership of the church and

Mile.North of City Limits-U. S. 301 'MISSIONARY Sunday School.

P.M. Rev.'D. E. Willis Pastor SEVENTH DAY .

Sunday School and Worship ADVENTIST CHURCH

2 to 4 p. m. Sunday.
Tuesday Prayer Meeting;, Sabbath School [Saturday] All Tickets at Gate'$1.25 Student Tickets Purchased at School Day :
9:30: a. m. Morning Worship,
7:30: p. m.Saturday of Game All Children Grades 1 thru 4 FREE If Accompanied By
Church Services 11 a. m. Located between W: y

'7:30: p. m. ton Roadd and Orims loop. Parents

E. L. Marley, pastor. Phone


ARMOUR'S With $5.00 ,Food Order Sunday School, 10 a. m. 'CHURCH OF FOAm 1961 BHS SCHEDULE

VEGETOLE 3 Ibs. . 49c Morning Worship 11 a. 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship
Evangelistic services: 7:30 p
BALLARDSS. Sunday School 10 a. m. Mom
m. September 15 . Starke 18 Macclenny
ing Worship, 11 a. m. Surlay: 0'I
R. FLOUR. 5 Ibs. .
,. 49c "Come, let us reason toAether. Evening Service, 7:45 p. m I ,

JIM DANDY' GRITS 5 Ibs. 29c ." p.7:45 m.p.Prayer m.8OUTHSIDE. Meeting Friday, September 22 = . Starke 21 Woodbine: 0 I

OSAGE HIGHLAND September 29 . Starke 34 P. K. Yonge 0

'PEACHES No. 2'/2 can - 25c Sunday School,, 9:43: a. m. CHRIST October 6 .. . Starke 53 Monticello 7'
ROYAL' 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting each I
Wednesday, 7:30 S ml S. en SOL
LONG GRAIN p. m. October 13 .' .
RICE 3 Ibs. 39c Sunday-Bible Classes 10 a. Open

HEDLBRONNBAPTIST m.; Assembly Worship with] '
SOUTHERN YAMS No. 2'/2 can 25c I October 20 . Starke 27 Palatka 6
-_ _ _ CHURCH Lord's Supper, 11 a. m.; -
GA-RED Evening Assembly Worship,

TOMATOES Sunday School, 10 a. ra. 6:30: p. m. October 26 . Starke 14 Live Oak 0
No. 303 can 2 for. 25c I Morning Worship, 11 a. a. WednesdayBible Clacs0.

t CORN Training Union, 7 p. xa. Evening -, 7:30 p.. m.BOATDRAIN. November 3 Starke 34 Fernandina 14 +
BEEF 12 oz. can 39c - ,:
Worship 8 p. m. Prayer t

PET MILK tall can 3 for '. 39c Meeting Wednesdays, 7:39: p, BAPTIST November 10 . Santa Fe BHS Homecoming
m. Rev. Joe Roop, pastor; CHURCH

SUNNY Mrs. Rex Brookins, pianist; November 17 . Green Cove See You At
Sunday School, 10 Away
D. R. a. m. -
DOG FOOD Redding, choir director;
3 for . 19c Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
Rex Brookins, Sunday Schoo]1 l
LYRE'SCORN I superintendent; W. H. Green,,, Training Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening (r December 1 . Lake City Home The Game

BEEF Training Union director. Worship, 7:30 p. m. : i ..
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, '
1:30'p. in.FAITH .

2 25C Sabbath School [Saturday], LawUy I q
6 1
9:30 a Jin. Morning Worshinp, A.
OLEO 1 lb. 11 ajn. Located between Wll Bible E. Massey Palter I II I Best Wishes To The Team Mow 'Em Down Tornadoes! |
quarters 15c school, 10 a. m. I
son Road and Griffia Loop. E.
One With $5.00 Food Order L. Marley, pastor. Phone 964- Evening Preaching Service., 11 a. m.7:30 I STARKE HARDWARE COMPANY SILCOX SERVICEWe're .
p. m.
FAR regular - 19C I ,1324. Bible Study and Prayer I SPORTING GOODS
Meeting 7:30 Wednes-
No. 303
I day.
PORK & BEANS 2 for 25c Proud To Be Tornado Boosters
Sunday School, 10 a m. EVER ORhVN _Be Present Friday Night To Cheer Our Boys OnPEYTON
1-2 GAL.
Morning Worship. 11 a. m. BAPTIST CHURCH TUCK'S AUTO CAFE
HOMOGENIZED MILK 53c Training Union, 6:30 p. m. Sunday School 10 a. In.

NORTHERN Evening Service 7:30: p. m.-, Preaching, 11 a. m. Training
Rev. Luther A. McGee pas tat.. Union 6:30 p. m. Preaching -
TISSUE colors 3 for. 25c 7:30 ;
p. m. Prayer Meeting
Support The Team With Your PresenceA.
Let's Support The Tornadoes

POTATOES Ibs. CHURCH Wednesday Bible study, J. THOMAS, SR.-REALTOR
25c 7:30 p. m. Jos. E. Norman,
North 301, 2 1-2 miles outof i pastor. EDWARDS GROCERY & MARKETBest
PORK CHOPS-'b.' 55 town on left of the road.

Young People's Meeting, BETHEL
Friday..' 7:30: p. m. Sunday J Rev. R. T. Williams, Pastor Best Wishes To The Team
School, 10 a. m. Sunday Night i Wishes FromRITCH'S

BACON -lb.' Worship, 7 p. m. Everronecordially Sunday School 10 a nu H. C. WALL AGENCY 'i' -

35 invited to attend-. Morning Worship 11 a. m.; FRUIT & GIFT SHOP --
Rev. Carl Edmondson pastor. Evening INSURANCE -... '
meeting Wednesday 7
p. m.
CHURCH Compliments :
SUNDAY SUSVICES Good Luck Tornadoes

Carl Clarke, Minister DENMARK FURNITURE CO. .

10:08.: a. m. Bible School "YOOR RAMBLER DEALER"
11:00 a.n*.Worship and Com-
a : munion. 'Come'On Out And Cheer Our Team
\ Fats
Good Luck Tornadoes I.MANft'S .


CoM 7, Florid. .. Cfc n ery. .- .. ,
Tom Case Hall No., Plaintiff 13.040, .' ,. 252 WEST MADISON ST.
w Lena
Mae NOTICE Hall, Defendant TO APPEAR Let's Fill The Stands For Fridays' Game .[ >: __

known.residence To: Lena and Mae address Hall Is whose: Un- / THE FARMERS SUPPLY : Be Present Friday Night To Cheer Our Boys On!

You'are hereby notified that ,
a suit for divorce has been filed WESTSIDE GULF SERVICE STATION
against you In the above named '
I Court and cause and you are, 750 WEST MADISON ST. ?
: required to serve a copy of your
Bring Home The Bacon !
answer or pleading: to the complaint .
on the Plaintiffs At. '
torney T. Frank Landrnm. P. O BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN : ", Best Wishes Tornadoes .
Box 541.. Starlte. Florida, and
file the original .
in the officeof .: i I I
the Clerk of the Circuit Courton i. '<. j '. ".
\ n h or before the 20 nay of No- ', .< .( '. CARL. HURST j
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vember 1961; otherwise the allegations & "
._ \ "s.
.i" :
Seen the .. of said Complaint will l' ;; J. D. DOYLE .. ,
\ : be taken as confessed by you. Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence b'y -
'" ; This notice shall be publishedonce CARL JOHNS JR. i': !
each week for tour ,
.. consecutive "
Sixty-Two cars? County Telegraph.weeks in the. Bradford / VOLLEY STARLING GROCERY .,-.. ,,-;:- ,. WAYNE DOUGLAS" I:

Dated this 17 day of October, & MARKET 1'/'. 11&"' ,;
1961. i iI'
Then see us for up-to-date,lowcostJQtomcinglforJli0car i CHARLES A. DARBY, t. {.
\ iI Clerk of the Circuit Court I
/ I, By Marian I*, Crosby, D. C. A Good Team Like The Tornadoes Deserves Your Support Let's Fill The Stands For Fridays' Game! 'K J";
of( i f 10-19 4t 11-' .... 4

our '-

;. c i. ... \, ..& __ ..' 4.V ..,.t. .i WILLIAMSJEWELRY I 659 N. TEMPLE AVE. >:--,' I I

\ We're Proud To Be Tornado Boosters! \

.j' : .1{ Best Wishes To The Team (



AU Work Guaranteed Best Wishes From Everybody Out For The BiZ Game !
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THtmSDAY.. -9.Dos .
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; And Don'ts -' i'.i ing'out '9!. ',trouble, hunters I I Early Mailing UF_ Psychiatrist ,Kent, Ianire.i ,I was born Sept., '5, 1961 to.- in! thar.b't.o each one Who xtas and heater. equipped with Police- Two. 1959 2-Door Sedans to
should: I i ,Mr. Manire was a railway!Stark I' kag- ; be traded In. Can be seH. at
q'kind and I I
Are SuggestedFor Obtain a copy of and become !, For Packages ,Describes Prison :,stenographer..several ,I Funeral services were held thoughtful' to us J tITEAf1 1 'O, i City Police, Station. '
years during: the recent illness and I %-It m No. 2 (above) and one Said -Oily reserves th1 right
:Huntersd familiar with the State i I Going Oversea 'Work At RotaryDr. I after wfiicp'hg operated cleaning at,2Vm.. tyedftesday), Nov. 8, ,loss of our husband d'i small 7f< economlie cr with a to acceptor. reject any 'or all
and Federal hunting rules and establishments in i in Fort Call mftjinium if 101 HP and a minimum
% Jacksonville -, the Cemetery in .father thank bids.fUy of,
especially color
"*\ -f ''' We of 109H; wheel base; Starke Florida
list of ""things to.'do" forFlorida j }regulationsAlways' : : Post;: office, patrons' are f re. _Robert S.. Glenn ass : Panama City Miami and!'Union County \jith ..DeWitt c. .you for the floral 'offering and I black'; l-D&or Sedan,, equipped By,' Merrill! Edwards,. ,_ City
hunters has--been Issued andle; firearms in min ed.that "He retired in 1950j Jones FUneral'' Home in with ''turn.lndicatQrfto..automatictratt"tnfu Clerk:: -sr
Christmas pack ciate professor of psychiatry f Tallahassee charge, the food which waas contributed. I 4)ft, and heater. 11-2 It 11.9S4'I'
bs'A.'.D. Aldrich. director,i suCh$ fa nianner that :you 'orbtherpeople'ire .a"for irnied ;the/"(!forces Florida Teaching Hospital I.1 while re ding in Panama City!:of ''arrangements.Veterans : .. May God bless each .

tI me arid Fresh!. Water. Fishfjbmmlssion. i. not endan overseas should'"bemailed not Gainesville was$, guest speaker due to:yj health,, and moved to Ii i I r i one. Mrs. Reba Sauls/James,

gered. later than Nov. 20. at the Rotary Club Wednesday.He Starkel,He is survived by ,ta:; DayObservance Malcolm. &- Burnell... .. Mr.,: and
'In the interest of safety I Obtain the regular state It Is also urged that Christmas described some interesting.sister, '''Mrs. :Mae M. Brannen I .I'Mrs. Leon Sauls, Mr. and and d
; r Corona RemingtonPORTABLE
good sportsmanship! and stay- hunting license from a county mail for distant states be phases of his work with inmates of Jacksonville. AskedBy.legipn.Pbst ,'Mrs: Nelson. 'Griffis.. t '
I judge and the special hunt deposited at the post office at the State Prison,, Funeral f services will be held; ...... .,. =. ,
: area, permit in addition' to before December 10.Greeting where he is consulting: psychi; at S''ta.. ."Friday in the First I I r Uel.ber XI. 1MI
k your 1egular' hunting' license cards:for local delivery shouldbe I atrist. The speaker*was .intro. ,;j I Christian" ',Churcn: of which he;I i = Sealed CU.UFO.R, bias will BIDS be! r f'(' IHd \ \ .
I i[ before' entering' ; ;. ;'any_ 'of\ '' the" !mailed not later than De- duced by Buforfl Mitchell, \vho' tor., wet Eoo\&idgett I official!f .American Lefibrt Post 56loges of by the City, .Council of the City

,i: wiidjife ,management! areas .ceratfer) 16 to assure delivery!had charge of the 'program' j was. "&'hieftibir) !! with the pasiiBgfBurtallJm.be ,i, aft citizens, business es-; ]I btarfce Starke, Florida at the: until City Hall..-(\0 o in'- II, : ( :1
t! [ supervised by the Commission- on, Christmas Day. All- surface It was announced that'lhe : in the family! t tabllshments, and. afeaniza- flock p. lu.. on Tuertay, ovt'"II1-1" .
I Buy a duck stamp and write mail to ,Alaska and, Hawaii club will hold a ladies night t.plfl t ih Hampton Cemetery uhlotr I .t1'nns.H Slsola! ] the Aif1 ei cafe place l h r 21.' :all 1S61 hilts, at received which will b@" .: TYPEWRITERSSOLD

your name m"Ink across its not pepald'5t' the ilrst party on Thursday. ; riec. 7. the-,. direction. of DeWitt C. flag and observe minute1 of publicly opened and read aloud i i j- "
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t[ face before" hunting"" bucks or class rate<<::4 should Be "deposited'I i Jones. Fujitral. Home. I iuence'al: )11'jL m;.on Veterans I I *ITEM>n -the.NO.-following, i. items!: -
,. r \"gcpse.. V hot later:'iHarf Nod 30." r 'I 11I <-, I day/'arid'partfcipafe; i in' U4,6bserva'nctl. i I I :-1962 4-Door Sedans Color I.I ASOLD

Respect the property or f'I I, It was announced 'that there I jj Final Rites .. Infant'r I, .'' H. A.-'Bishop- ; Jr.' ,. minimum riack, V-Eight of 170 HR Motpf.and with a rain-a .
\\ others, and always ask permission will be no ,delivery of Chirst- j']For E. L. ManlreSet e stone Post 55'coTnman3ef/ ; said.' .' imum of 119-Inch wheel base .
before The' post! 'appfecfat&f "thismessase"being equipped with heavy duty ON
| crossing fences
mas cards and letter mail Funeral Services ,
oni I hrakl'radiator., ,
( fan 'turn hldic
or hunting on private lands.i Sunday Dec. 24, or Monday ( For Friday z ". .. i :brought to the c-ators' ; automatic .transmission- f EASY TERMS
i j: Pins your shotgun to three Decembel'25.d I j jMAYORS *-* At. Fort Call 'I public by all he" =filedia. the lice and heater'.equipped \vlth.I'o-l. '
I1 l.hell"capa 1tr. magazine an "s; :: Karl: Leslie Manire, 67,., died :.; ", I commander Said.'"" "* XO. 2 .L ;:
[t chamber combined.f f '[Tuesday afternoon at Ms i home "J Hubert; ... ..'.fietatone Jt;, two 1-196? 1-Door Sedan Color

Never use' full-jacketed or COURT :!ia Stajke af! e(an extended( Ill- month'-o'ld..'infant son.of,. Mr. CAIJD, OF?:'TJUNKSi Black.minimum\-of I&'ht ITO HP'Motor and with a min a Bradford County# Telegraph)
military-style cartridges or .22 'ness? He was born in Hamptonon and Mrs H. L. Tietstone p f! imum of 119.Inc1L whefcl bale,
A lIght 'week in Mayor's : Feb: 91894'he: of the Jacksonville diedNov..":6, Inj i I i \V et/heleby'' Wish:" )'express equipped with heavy" duty ,
4Ii calibre rimfire cartridges son ,
brakes, radla'er, tan .. .., .....
turnindicator ,
Court saw only six cases dis-j( the Duval Medical Center. He'f !'I our heartfelt 'and sincere .. -
]late John ) .
I while Henry and Mattie automatic ,
*Thl! man It carefre* becauseIf hunting: or taking deer r transmission I ...., .. .
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posed by Mayor Randal "r 'T__, '! \ .r
or bear. .. .- ".. -' "
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you're the refrigerator Always check hunting area Chltty : ,: The CfOl 'QI The Year i

raider type who forages midnight 'for illegal bait. and never reckless Willie James Lewis-''suspended Negro t'. \111 'ff ... VII- '; ,. ./...*." ff?ret I
driving, ,.
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snacks, make sure that'ihe're ( shoot birds over baited area. r v "I."" ; I' : !
drivers license for 60 days.
:... Is always.an ample. supply t Never hunt turkey with a L I
I' Willie James Lewis Negro
of milk-fresh, rich milk-' dog and don't hunt or kill l a "
'in:hand. swimming deer. disorderly conduct, ;; fined ; I ; !
$27-50. but sentence' susp njde'd. \[- 7r Tbe, :
I' :Never use artificial light .' ... .' Pt'QtY' l

I fire. net" trap, snare poison. James McCrary Negro dis ,\, a II
: salt lick set guns or live decoys

W-i i animals'or o' hunt or take game a orderly fine of conduct,$37.50 or sentenced seven: days._to__ D STORE
l : birds. fn'-j jail. -- -
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ptemember not to shoot door e .-EhIrL
Ray Kersh. Negro driving
fawn deer cub bear, I
without license, forfeited bond'
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Ross' goose snow goose of $37.50. in Florida
\ ,rant. redhead cahvassback. I '
HISVAv 301 ..;diicks, swan, non-galtte or song' sentenced Willie -Jam io'fine S Black.of'Negro$27.50or ? Gainesville Shopping Center .

birds, Key Deer, alligators, ... .
r> I \ 1'N Everglades Kite hawk owl!:-or 'five.. fj days> v .-in jail.- rworking 1

II'. )' eagle. Such animals':i are fully'" S' t- t -
1 protected by law. -I. f F'RI'Y NOV

..,.. shoots, Always look before you. j. OP N.S, i I lqt! lOam to9pn)

a r Open House Set i .. Now at last have in .
. .,. you one place all the extras and conveniences. that make for sheershopping '
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.. i. Y At Sunland I gal .. .. .. : J pleasure better t fashions, better. parking- fi\ciljfies>I b ttoz' credit buying" ; -

.1 I', Training CenterI I needs a p .In, r. .. plans, better\ selection. You'll see' fine rain o u$-.la']>el 1 n erchan if6 ,throughout this new,

.. I The annual open house, program I r.. .Ut.J.i SIa..r..j; better Belk-LlndseY '. The moment you walk through our shining doors you'llen

... i Training will, Center be held in at Gainesville Sunland j i ii I; ._..lilt..1ertbIHt1.'..;-..-..-.... ". .r. .. joy the sAtisfaction shopping >i in< ,the' store of the ye r..r -. -- 1" "

lt on Sunday, Nov. 19, with rote UNal SEE YQU THERE .
II' I II pro 'It .
: trbw ditttlea'..M&.\.,. -
1 _____ grams starting at 1,1:30, a'nd trout Jtb't fat:.. I .1.'. .It' .
. 2 p. m. Groups of visitors will S PJ- =--r .:!
. 'I meet at the Hope Chapel"t J tt1! ayeas..daew apt N c -. T'.' V ..
p-t dZ7 lid? r.r. "'i' I
. Sun land. where tours will be NO IJB.U ""
. i conducted through the cot-, W ,wauslt.k.a.tr ,. SPECIAL PURCHASE
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i't tages, school occupational L -ase". t I .- r
ri n ,1(0 Q4JR SAVE SPECIAL .
1 therapy and other areaThis : '] .. ? -k -
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1., 1 open house will also< Ws ,+ ;1; band selected\ for our

. celebrate the 40th anniversaryof : .,,. WARM -
. ., :. FLANNEL Limited Time
" .. Sunland and the National t : r A Only new s tore opening .
Mental Retardation Week: () t. ,
1 Nov. 12-23. I Jfitt4 a u? ,
I I 12 A'1Lff a
:i ,Stenographer'sPosture 'Children under '12 will not .rarrwrrr IntILUANT I ,. '.' $ ION'q 1
: Chair be permitted to ,take. the I --....... t LOllS'. VI
.. tours but movies and,Center-1 i .....-. .tIII ur.a_w ris- I1W41 ,
i .... IC..... .GIIIot".. a '
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/ .32.95 .tainment will be provided. for'. .--..rp. -a' -...-- ; ,
them in the gymnasium MsrhN -m _.u.M.wr11 +
1 al.t++tt -
R. C Phillips, superintendent tI ; NUS (
AS GOOD LOOKING of. Sunland' <*",:,,arrises alj} I : 2.99 Val > $ '.- 4.. l ., s,
AS IT IS COOLTELEGRAPH visitors to wear coinfdrtablewafting ,
.. Bradford County
sh since V cbnskJerable
est '
a -aa p7 V r $197 REG. 1.35'- 1.50
a area will be 'coveredin ; .. ..

1 Uie tour, ea11 s r '
1 Sunland is located on the ,
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Bradford: County Waldo-Gainesville: rpad ,at the Rugged flannel 2O .,
| long OFF
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end-of Norflieast 16th Avenu I ,. y ,.
I." sleeve shirts for, the man F .

.. ., q .. ..- ,. '!' ,. -" ,--'. .. .- --. .. -. ., ... ... '_'_".. J I who> wants' comfort in Jf: :u 1 .
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I ii; lr/} cold weather. :Assorted r. .. w

patterns.._ :.S.M. !-L-XL. ; Sheerly Flattering -

I i I r <. Nylon, Proportioned f 1

r". \ 1 i-, for fit in, seamless., or I I
: full fashioned .,Fall '!J. .. 3
tt:;; x.'tt, : .I fashion colors ;.,'

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r IASIIIIG.1 ....v.r Y a.'u

., wfr i > .a ; Philippine Handmade '
srntal {
butla -
f OS% use .
c r : Infants sizes H dc

1 11 i ,,._.. I Reg., $1' P.' -<. ea.

t ,GIRLS Famous Name Brands Easy Care Reg. 5.95

9 I : HOLIDAY S j. "

\ ___. -T DRESSES, 4 y ,

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.adof I -tA Polished Cottons Net Over Nylon

M1T01" pvv BOUFFANT", \ SLIPS'49 & 249 Opening .
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NOV. 10 11 12 I I

,' ,,. ", J .SR08T COATS 3 FOR :K -t New Fall Dresses' i

tEREArIY} tt,. Juniors -. Petites Misses I
Fine wools- and 'mircaleBlenUs 2SL9 t Value J __ Asst. Patterns and Colors, 6-18 '" r
Tnf wool0rlon] *or .
Special acron*]fwool. Handsome \ r SPECIAL Boys N tot ? 1
2 Jues.
BATTERIES34' r1a : $ -.0; $to fi $1 4
coats S olf'I/ use I II L ; l i: CLICKER COATS 29.9 .
..' on many occasions. 'Assqrted _

I ( ; paUerns; regu Water repellent.. .Qrkml,I_ I
f lars:,: ,longs, shorts", size Pile, Lined *i Henry:' Rosenfeld' .., DRESSES.. I
M ll 36-46. .. Reg.'42.95, Yale. K< : .YalufS1o r., ',1 17.95.- $800( *. --
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S. 301 North Starke Jack Roberts, Mgr. Phone 964-9441 ,1 JUST <*SAY' CHARGE IT PLEASE! On;TIte Plant I Most. Conv enlent'For x 0u- ;. .\ ,i,

30 Day Charge: Account Revolving Account Layaway *
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STARKE, FLORIDA, ,TIIURSDAYNOVL' 9.1911' ....,.. !'.' b-.
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YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY'* .. .... .._ 'u.. I yyy.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyy nt S 1'it"
of Palatka t
= ; g FHA in land Janet :
Pierce Connie -
mteiS .IllU"f" 1 '
;Saturday,1Homecoming I 'Bhickburr Mike and 'Janet.. "Mr.,and: Mrs.'Water McCattt

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS} .. ; f MELROSE will ,be Friday' awen' ;/'an:! Bennie Cox." l_ 411.'jSlt$. Ear 'Sit

-. jnight 'as 'the' Bulldogs play i : lynn Goodo/ead? of :Ftora- and, family of Jac olv.l

By :Mary JL Schaeffer.' 1' '$. ,. < ,By: Mrs Alice! ItothhaminerALAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAAL_ hdst"to'Hawthprhe'ihihe final ;!home Is 'He proud. winner 01: ,, were viitors: here Saturday! .'

i..1 f All A A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. A'A A A i..-...... .. .. .. .. ........J' -' i_ ________ pme' bfthe season.:The Juh01 I. ja' blue ribbon for horsemanship ; Hev. J. E. S tfIt: and of Pa-
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I P- ,. -. ; Class will'sponsor a dance in, the ,Ponjr at the
' : : 'r'" .. ,j ; SOy; latka visited his mother. Mf%
r Barfed1 ActivitiesTo 1 benefit for St. William* Altar ____ _. ; __ i [ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Robinson after. the :game.TRINITY I.I Bradford 'County 'Fair. She W. D. Gornto.. last Friday. It .
, Mar,k:; Homecoming; .SOCiety.-There were four tables : I o;, !'csonvnIespe f tlje ,w S twa's riding-.pne of Murray: : Sip- Mr. and lire. J. S. Walter?

, n The Keystone Indians will' of cards with a high prize '' .,. -- '' .,.t' ..fft | eJt I\dJ Melrpse:: fishing jn EPISCOPAL ; rpll's palomtoo poniesMrV ,of Jacksonville, were .weekendQuest's
\ meet the' Orange Park" for each table. Winners-- ere'Mrs. r :. '..,"., S ,CHURCH IELR SE: TUlinan
I HighSchool ... 1. i ; : < Lake Santa Fe.,Mrs. Robinspn and Mrs.; ; of ,t their, daug\ \ers/MrS,
: ,
.team oh the: Reserva- Ray Starnes, Mrs. Dan .' > "'- "' "', .. ,,"-: ; .' : I U "former Blackburn have returned .'
> ; toClrandin
.' 1f c \ the Miss. Hope EllIs. I Era Mae Dinkla'ani i ilrs.
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J.Jif church
fioff.JWday night. JfoV, *0, .at .Pater, ;Mrs. Lew Muir, and I ,;' ;"":'" ,'.....", :. --"-'., .. "...";!..J';' \" .,'J'1.''-'',;;,...,:;'Ii': .''1(. ,..;-i't.'.,"'> ; .... '. j s.taught. at M. H._S.,before i j Sundays 11:45"'Ifc a, m. ; afjer spending' r severaf Edith Varnes'Dinkla'of Fibr -
B ocloc; i This-will: : ,be t e'In- Miss Sally Mansfield.Mrs. "J--..:i 1"1':; .).- .. .i...:...;>-...-':.:;'.-- -:... -..;.,J'.. ... ',.d. :.. :. ::.....: ..>'' > J r<< her marriage' prayer and .' p.Sermon. p1. .Morning JFirst : : days' In- Orange' Heights ficme., ,4.,
dlans" Homecoming 'game. Varren To Entertain. ..i'i..:'. .. .; <>'!..:t.-",",.; "'ir.cSb.''': '': ....".'..::... :, J : '':'':';, : ,<:"f .i.'1, I .M!. 0 ana Mrs. .Earl Harts-: Sunday.':Holy, Qommunlonl.\ 6 where y'rislted' Mrs Till- Mrs. P. D. Mann of Flor*'
Tonight [T ursdayl ,there Mrs. Bill Warren will entertain ..-.'.;,.: \ "'-<:..' ''' : ,r i' .f. ; field Jacksonville spent mp!,n's mother. hoine at
"" .'5> / .rj.... ,; -:... ;;.:.. .' ;, .-:.'-;=1: jfj' of ). m.;Episcopal Young iCburcheii. has returned home aft /
t\vW. be a bon-fire. )and pep- her Circle-the Rebeccas. ; : ...,;> :.>' ...... I Mrs. Ethel Brockman of .
: "" ; three: }day,?. Vith; Mrs. Harts- :a brief visit" with1 her' st! r,
rally at the'ReS Vatioh'',''st n- -:L:6n'Monday'vevening'PNov.; 13, ;f : :j. 1 'Z:1f'2': : : '; :;T ,j ; ( l.iet 's parents.: >Ir, ana Mr$. I .I! IY;Qaf.s-. a. m..Holy ;jGrandin' left }foay 'for. a.visit !Mrs:; Lou Marshal, of .St. 'AugHstin -
ing'at 6:30. There will be at her home. The"meeting will .' 11 ; relatives
: .
; ki- '. ." John Harpe.; ) j 'with in Perry ?.

comical skits and Orange begin at 8 p. m. Other Circles I ... -.y'f.i; .. ... Dr. H. F. Preston, who.has I Communion.The Rev. Millard H. 'and Tallahassee. ,, and Cairo ""Mr: ani Mrs. J. C. Turner
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Park will be .burneditf effigy, ,of,..the... Community ChurchWomftr .. .. I been .in the hospital in Ji4)perl' ) I jfogle, Vicar.i i O'a. of .TA"k!':onvne wAre calling on
"ela ; A
I f1"P arahas will-meet.on .the usual Mrs- '
; Iq recuperating: from a recent i Bessie Baker of Satsuma. Rebecca Brantley Sunday

, bn p J9f'l'i' dftr. :ltl.lipj er."0. l'I ,lllness. FIRST METHODIST I t : and' Mrs. Mattie Douglas morning. .

\ npon.fter< ; schoOl: There 'w.Ul- i Me.>>"rjtiJi\: ; i --i-- : ,Miss Ruth Bigalow; of Fire CHURCH,, MELROSE ; l .of Welaka, were callin? At the Sunday morning service .-

I b 'pats1 .dei IctWJ eh'paLtment de'- DupHcate Bridge results for Island, N. Y. has returned to ''on friends and relatives here in Paran .Church. special

Jti 'the jbigh-schob'l" the\isi! three"weeks' in October MPlrose to spent the w1nter, & Sunday,, 9:45 a. m., Church Sunday. afternoon. ,music w?s' rendered'- by' a trip
ax1I: hese are being ma'de by were .-as foflowjsrpct.IJearsall '' ,6,. ------ .-::-::-."..' -- -'-- v- Mr. and,Mrs. V Y. .Crawleyand school for all ages, 11 a. m. Mrs. Charleyne Brantley was of young ladies c'ompsed" of

tl p students (t thjemfejves/: : an;}I A\f.dlajn .bb! Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moody Morning Worship'. 6:30:' p. m., hostess. at a jewelry party at I Ilene Strickland: Lynn Good-

Jtt: 't:45r": jut before \\he sgcrersR'Uthez: IlL d llnQ\J" .(?;i.ro,,, Keystone Golf Course Gets-Big PlayGena i 'spent last Sunday in St. Youth Fellowship.' 'her home last Thursday, night.' bread, and" Barbara. Jean

ga ne.s 'Homecoming QuSeh.Eba lick, secoIfgn: and Da'i'ie i Ausustine.I Wednesday. 7:30 a m., Bible She was assisted In serving re- Turner. ,..

Hall iViJ!"be ,crpwhed.titp ..and' 'l ,' th1rI;)jjgh r Christoffers approaches afternoon; Thursday morning, started on.the $4,800 pro shop, I, ,Mr. and Mrs. John Griner Study, and Prayer Meeting. '(rpshn pnts by her daughter Linda-:- .Strickland. ..... of ior.-

1sAie'dah'gjitefof-'iilr'. : On' Octobe li! e \ 4 the green on the beautiful and Friday morning of each with Col. John Beidler' as attended the funeral of Mrs. rRev. Ted Springer, pastor. Christine. home- enfered. Glendale.. .. 'jlftg

Mfs. Henry 1iaU? >;ifa feeni.of1 idnepete/tied 1th' KeWfuixi' fifth hole of ,the newly open ,week. Morning classes start at contractor.. The 24x40 cement Griner's sister. Mrs. Norton Mrs. Vira Herring Is still on pitaf in Palatka last SaturdM

bqr4: tie'Bophpii'elasa.' and Phelps l for: 'first? place i ;:'. ed Keystone Golf) Course'duo '10:30 and afternoon classes'at blo k structure should be Gaskins. in Lakeland. '.Tvv.vvyvvyvyyyyyyyy'.GRANDI the sick list, but Z.,W. Brant- ''with an Infection of the ItC

Hfr attendant: *:'jwUl'jae* Sus'an. Davie'and, Manfje1dereec...' pro Les Stephenson watchesat 1, completed in about a month, Gus Cicen' is in Alachua -------- '. ,

Kt n,9f .the J:)'eshmagTJttnnV on&high; "while James and right. The; :" Keystone" pro is'also organizing Stephenson said. Plans' also General' Hospital in Gaines- .z-

Css"i, ifilrSkas da Cook: tied with Craig and The, reconditioned course a free clinic for children call for construction of a clubhouse .

tl '-'Junior. .. 'ClassTRejSsf'fill Tx stedh. i"tof third''plside. *"* attracted 137 players last Saturday to be held at 9 a. m. on at a later date. ville.Mr.. and Mrs. C. A. Ford By Mrs. Rebecca PRIFAIULOUS I :

escorted "onto the ftelcT,..:by' ',Qn.October 12, st dh&m an ,- the first',day. it was Saturdays. classes Stephenson said that a visited their daughter and Brantley
Football .Captain! j ohn. -N1 n 'Klinepeter, "ere hfgh:", Cooper open to thepublic.Stephenson group: membership drive is currently son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. John ; &&. -&&A a & A : ? _

an.d co-capaln! J mmy McMurtry ah, .c ok- were: second, fiigfr, ;. said that group will also be organized later underway,. and predicted* the (Simmons and children in Orlando. I I Mrs- Ella Belasario of .

,, q eprse'Lea'thy.I ; p. scqjtTSusp while Pinon and Hawes were classes for women will be for men, he said.COnStrucion total .
I membership would reach f.Grandin is the proud:! winnerof
Kellmah.. wblje pavi thlrdl: Tuesdav morning. Tuesday has already _90_ this week.Indians Mr. and Mrs. Don Williams, a blue ribbon for her lovely

Dlahn 13r 1s. Librarian from ,the' Mayor Beasley I To Meet in Miami with relatives. Bradford County Fair.

'At halMime. ; the ,floats will Woman's 'Club' Library r 'com- Will KEYSTPNEKALENDAR R. F, Simmons is in the .. ,

come ,on' >-the: field agaIn; and mends that ypu'rea{ .or, review AppearOn I Orange Park, I Medical .Center. in Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Alder- I-' J U

tl'M frljl e. '.s ,i Cprae out1ajd. some of !the"'fol l9ng' \ :1 books; :, I Ii Channel TV For Homecoming I Mr. and Mrs. Clarerce per- 'man entertained with a Hal- UI_.S 'S-5-- _

;ive I .the Indians your8ibAQtt1 i Roten's: "Retilm! bf'' HymanKaplan I ry-visIted .their. daughter and loween party at their home i I S.-
'\Uld', uj 10Y all thee ; Mayor M. L. Beasley of Key- ; I Tuesday night of lass week, ..5'S '
,1 ....... It _, C.r&ffishaw"Klyy: > The Keystone Indians will son-in-law, Chief Petty Officer .5
itement-; This bw i)H! Ipe the I Ehqhpy's\ Russia,*' -Bremmer'Si, stone Heights will be featured Thursday, Nov. 9 I face a .favored Orange 'Park an-3:! Mrs" Jack Joslin" hid h rnorjng the teenagers of .an *' ,
la tlhome'&ame-of the season: .Designs for1 Outdoor Living? guest on Channel 5 (Gainesville : Gran<,lin and Florahome.; NEW "
team in the Homecomingr children:! :jn Albuquerque New.
Duplicate Bridge Club, 10 a. j .
'Jiefct week; th'e 'Indians |o to '"N w' t6rtthfj ] television Tuesday, 'j Thoe attending were Lynn :
; Brenner's ph m-, Woman's ,Club. game at the Reservation 'Fri1 -. !Wxi:9.rs./ :?: '" REDWOOD jmber.Le'
'Bujnnell. :v; '- Emperor?' and'''1m Dooley : Nov. 14, at 7:30: p. m. Community Church Choir 1 day night. Althoygh, Orange, .'Larry Thompson: of'St. ,Gpodbread: David Rye, Linda

WleF the 'ga ne, the Home- tree %reat books: '"peliver, The program is "North Practice,, 730 m. I| Park ;is playing, football for Augustine spent'two days last L Strickland t Edward Vames,

c injng Dance will be'.i4l lr," n: Us from* *Evil," "Tl e Night Florida Viewpoint," and Ma or p. the 'first time this year, theyI week. with her sister andbrotlerinlaw jtlene Strickland. Jimmy Rye,
DeMolay Meeting, Masonic<1 ,
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the chool'.>r- aletoriumi This "Burne They the ;)Hall. 7:3,0 p.,,m. have ,won about half their ; Mr. and Mrs.; .
jll: :-SfJ1.Sff'at.ta: r: a and '"The Edge of Tomorrow, Heights budget '" ;. Bone iFjre'and pre-game Pep games so far this season. Glynn Rothh.mmer., II and. Johnie Johnson. fit together as easily its chil

tJie girls jvHl Jiayp a.ch i\ce &) ,rrl that array, there should be Rally ;.. met Mrs.' .. E. J. Hutspn of Grand- dren's building log !Main\
at School, 6:30: p. m. Coach Mike JTurdges said The Woman's Club I
v ar- their---prettiest. xii sses.jpatesTo'JC =anething to everyone's ,taste. in gave a Halloween birthday
. tenance-free
Junior Woman's Club Meet- that although the Indians Wednesday. A program on the as a lodge can
eVTJi'Mind recommended books you can find anywhere. party on Oct. 31 at the
also some
: She ,
Good In Service ing, 8 p.m... Woman's Club. have suffered no new. injuries W9rk of CARE in Mexico was be-Solid redwood logs never
;pn'Prldayi'Dec.: 1, the Key- of the better mysteries(lor Makes Grandin school house honoring I $ .
.Friday Nov. 10 ,recently. he will have only presented.The need pafnl resisT '
.stbne Heights Boosters' Club "Whodunits"! namely "Evil Fred Hayes, son of Mr. and little Frank .Cox on his decay,

,vhll hold a fish supper, the Come. Evil Go" by Masterson, Mrs. Jim Hayes of Lake Rotary Luncheon, 12:15 -about 13 boys dressed out forth Young people of the I third: birthday. ,Enjoying the won't be attacked by'termite

'aime evening us the local and "XYZ Murders" by El-, Geneva, joined the U. S. Air noon,.Masonic ,Hall.. Homecoming have game. The Baptist Church went on a h yride party with Frankte 'were David ;... ., Aluminum. windows awlTtMiERopJ.

political rally. lery Queen. "The Florida Force about two months ago. Pre-Game Homecoming Pa- Indians' been handicapped Saturday.. 'night.j; Christine,' Zan.. Charles, screens.
beCause *
rade, 4 this season '
m.Duplicate the
On Saturday evening, Dec. Story:' by Koford, should appeal and has made the rank of p. Bridge Club, 8 p. Keystone school still has no :*A bake,sale was held ,at' the John, and, Reid: :Brantley,jTwiy .r ,.

2, the Boosters Club wil spon- I to everyone. There is also Airman Third Class as a resultof Woman's Club I post office Saturday by the I Sapp, G. W. Dlllenger, Martha Resort Retirement *
m., 12th grade and there are no Permanent Homes
his training in the CAP. Methodist'Ctnirh. .
members of the
sort' a square dance in the the "Rivers of America" series, ; T.t .
Keystone Indians meet seniors the .
; on squad "
school cafetorium. All pioceeds with a story on every major ,, Fred had received a Certificate Park in Homecoming ." See Model Home and Office
The Indians lost to Baldwin .
the CAP,
of from ,
Proficiency .
from the two affairs will go river in America. 8 { .'.Wjnners ,of the Duplicate jot
game p.m.Homecoming i I last Friday, 27-7 in 4|home
allowed his to forego ,
toward the Fence Fund. Mr. And don't forget your chil- Dance in Bridge .were. : First place:, Mrs. Route 21 (Jax Hiway) Keystone Heights
boot training. This is also advantageous game. John Allen {cored Keystone's -
Hazen. of Jacksonville will call dren! The Woman's Club Library school cafetorium. 'Allen Graham and: Mrs. Herbert -

:for the square dance. More on has picture books, easy because of the pay Saturday Nov. 11 only touchdown in the 'Segnrrsecond': place;'Mrs: _

all this later.Ruiwre reading books, and story booksto other Increase recruits.over that We received hear that by Mass at 9 a. m.. at St. Wil- yard fourth run quarter around-on..ian>left.;eight-end. 'Mary; Cook and Miss Iva CJ. (Pete f ) fl'CofflHff Realtor:

'sale. appeal to every reading liam's .for. .deceased membersof Hfflyer\ ; third place ML$ Slly;
Fred is a whiz with radios. We : Baldwin did not pJa. ,-.the sen-
And of there are Mansfield and Mrs. li Ph.
Th ladies of St. WUliam's level. course parish. Keystone Heights 4297
trust he will continue to be a iprs on its squad 8< $ to the '
Altar Society will sponsor a the ever-popular old time Sunday, Nov. 12 IJayie;, fourth place"Mrs.; Albeit' ,
success in everything: he fact that Keystone.had:.. no. c
clasics "Treasure Island, Bachmann aJid 4rs.
Sale Thursday, as Attend church in the '" :
Rummage your
: 12th :
undertake. .
to ,
Friday arid SaturdaY Nov. 16, "David Copperfield." etc. chooses i morning. 1 Emery; H. 'Cooper. ., ",. :' I
17, .and 18, 'in. ttye storeroomin "Put a book under your pil Personals ,i Choir Practice at 12 noon, Schw. '. j.>fews. j A : .J<

the same building, as the low. If you can't sleep, read!" We are happy to welcome I I St. William's. Rummage Sale, next'to .Barber The.Melrpsp'CapjteFuture" I' f'C OL The KEYSTONE IIIOHT( MELROSE
$ ..
Keystone Barber Shop. advises the "Alabama Librarian" the Gay family to our area. First Baptist Young People's Shop, ;all .day, :Homeniakesof; 'j

Mrs. LeBUnc Hostess This is a fine cure for Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gay and Choir Practice, 6:30: p. m. PTA Meeting, ,School Cafe America, at\e/idd: tho.dfsttijFP: \ ,

'On Monday afternoon, Mrs. insomnia. The article goes on I their six children live on In- E. Y. C., St. Anne's, 6:30: p. torium, 8 p. m.COMMUNITY. '
dian Lake. Four of the children I BUSINESS
15 minutes DIRECTORY
LeBlanc was hostess at a to say: "Wake up m.
Leo earlier every morning and attend Keystone School Community Church Young CHURCH INS UB f.N Put' S .
bridge at her home-aCpURT .
dessert .
read. Take along a book when The Gays moved here from People Meet, 7 p. m., educa- KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. ta't: '} ,. ". ____ 5 ,

" 1 going to the dentist, doctor, Jacksonville, where Mr. Gayis tional bldg.Monday Bond. and !111 d .; r- S .
$ ( 't _
or lawyer's office. Remember employed. Nov. 13 ; tEAL! ESTATE .,
SHOE REPAIR I that a book in the hand is Ladies who recently attended Children's Art Class Dot airs. James L Bet erindon. Reynold. :! jjjrpnce -
Organist and Director; Wheeler Service Co. Brooklyn C. J. Pete
I worth two in the bookcase!" the St. Augustine Deanery Newman's 3:30 p. m. r Agencj ., i O'Conno'R14LT9R

35 yr orth?., Experience' Court St. I. Support your Woman's Club Meeting of the NCCW in Lake Catechism' Classes, Grades Richard Cushman.'9:45 Tooth Dir.m. W. L. .ltgn..9t; !' S OE,5-3401 Supply HouseYAKTUNG : S *

r 126 .N : Library. Come in and enjoy City were Mrs. Lena Clemens,I 1-6, St. William's, '3:45: p. m. Sunday School. a. Ph. 242,';. 2701. ..... between Keygtono and Melrose PAINTS REAL ESTATE *

Starke, Florida .. jUst browsing among the best Mrs. Betty Godley, Mrs. Bee Lions' Club' Dinner Meeting, Morning Worship 11 a. m. Keystone Height*, fta,: S servicing' both areaiWASIIEES .Outside House Paint MORTGAGES '- FPBAI ALf
Young People, -'l'p. m.
"!' Cooper Mrs. Mildred Sutton,
Masonic Hall, 6:1$ p. m. Heights. Phone 4237fier.
Mildew"Resistant _
,.. '
Mrs. Lu Nelson and Mrs. Community Church Boardof _.__u : = "* a TELEVISION C
Mary K. ,Schaeffer.Mr. Stewards, 7:30: p. m., 'educational SPECIAL $f$5 GAlLON'K ,VyqnfrI4J.CR4VFDRD. .
3' t 'ANYTHING [ELECTRIC lstone He1i 1s.. :'Phone'21U. .
T and Mrs. Kenneth Stewart bldg. :
of Baltimore. :Md. were i CAP Cadets, 7:30: p. m, all work guaranteed ,- servicing bdom's :
l L Hardware RejU EsUte Broker
satisfied customers
recent visitors in Keystone Sky tel. :

Heights, enroute to their home. Teen-agers Instructions, St.William's. I'' ,since '47APPLIANCES ::,& Supply'HAEDWAR8. IAke312iJierta Ranches ( 'Acmj \
*' Btuloen City
after a tour of Florida. They; 7:15'p.. m. !...' PAEiTCenientB.iocEed1Miz
were guests of Mr. Stewart's Adults' Art Classes Dot .T VRec1farn's : :
I Take :A Ptfsbnal II uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Newman's, a p. m. "1 Coaeat ,YourRequtiernentl", *

:,:1 I Frank SUtchberry.I Rebecca.Church Circle Women of meets Community with- -i inclatr"' .. '.; eroseite'ant.Fuel.. '," pUs )Y.w t) J /
I Mrs. Mat1lda Stitchberry has ApDllance8liOTPOflAhIANCES tet2;errlc" lrose I
returned to her home in Fort Mrs. Bill. Warren" .. ,.8 p.. .m., Melrose' *' Phone Or.. 5-5421 -.4.
: .. / .: Jliwuy 2l-.Upeif :Soodars-Jf,
I Tuesday Nor. 14 '
Lauderdale af er visiting Mr. Washers and .4, : GB&wai4RESTAURANT -'*'*
Maytag ,Dryers _
I WUliam's S
and Mrs. Frank Stitchberry Mass at St. 7:45a. S LUMBER .
Zenith T V h
l I I for two months Mr. and Mth.t .mWoman's ... .' v SERVICE ON ALL MAKES .. : : :
Club Business San
Stitchberry drove her to tier Lebrydobnibpr II
: tytone Heights Phone 4252 Meet
.t! home. The SUtchberrys then meeting, 2 p. m.: Tour Frtesda .

drove across the state to New Meeting of Sunday .schOOl'Executive .. 1 OA1S"1 ':'..l''f { Co.. -at !
Board, Community We k pMixe r15&dUI Custain Lawepce's' Dinette
Pert Richie Jovisit Mrs ";' .
Bank. Credit Stitchberry's brother; D.TO.. Church. 7:6.: 'T :JfQ l' 'R ':': 'tYS bDdJ 'COiffBIf.1 bD FOOD)*

: Cason. First Baptist Church WMU 'r !: S ,:) ai* "Oporfi.: fu m.' tb'p.. m. ..

it Best Trick Or''l'n'at- meets ..today.Masonic'Lodge". MtLEQSE, .GftKeystone f-nft. ement.;; ;- .. ...- M. 9L thru. Saturday" S
Is Your Meeting., ? :. M), 1\o1rSbett..Jt c ClMed .
But Not Both1Halloween oj .... : ,Sunday
} p. mWednesday.- tJRii Hill on Ityw.:f 1:atlMiddkbQrf. Hiway! ;-geygforib

evening was Nor... 15 I'4lE' .. 4" .; PioaeMILLWORK "U85' 'S ... .. HeIght
Credit Reference warm and, lovely and all the > :
Episcopal} Junior White;
Church. Top DHve-Ia
/ : children of Keystone Heightswere ..lr-ao 'HS'f H
:1 .S.RVJ
Choir Prac4ce,3p.ui.E3piWl :;, I .
I out en masse ,with .their .C WCUN .
I Church\ .Senior .. ', NNER.FOE $1.01
little bags for trick ot treat.We 1--r' -1IkORIST Keystone t.t$1th This Ad,
cn TPfictice": 8"p. m. rCottage" : 1 .
I felt very sorry when our Eat Here Take Home .
I -Prayer Meeting. PHONEWO Millwork Shop or ,
I j supply of cany* apples, and: :. '!. -I '. r ..r".. Good Only :
Community Church Parson- ." .1( f.
In opening d charge account at a store,- or in any bananas ran out,' and the ., : "', Bh1ET&noons, >
situation where show age.,7:30: p.in. t- II \HNDOW'. 1:1:1.5:: t.-rNOYf ileA :
you must you are: financially. youngsters kept coming. But 1-3101 Edn JylU FEAMES
responsible i ... goo4 bank credit is an invaluable our neigb rs' had 'the same :TWP .locaj;men's' ,.team? bowl : ;...,SCREENS OpenJ1AM.TofltaRt1 .
'f; at Bowlero'in "Gainesville .2 Jvr
asset! Iwrrowjyng here costs you .less, too. Come' in.. j trouble.: It seems .that we had p; m in Ntght-pwl\ glen'sLeague I .... I I ,.- .-f; 1 : Trim Mitrlth I Melrose I- Between; Keystone $kFheoeGa .

TIME T,0 CHECK HEALTH a bumper crop of trick6rtreaters : fJ'Y. .sash Made Te Orderf 5-2411.
: i'I this year! AH 'O! they I I Thursday., NOT. Kbuplicbte Office and School; Supplies uelj'e': A :-"QR'I)331iG I f : Keystone, i WELE flR/LUNG :

THE"KEYSTOIE STATE BANK boys and girls who came to our t *' BrHge Club.Woman's "V r- : : ; 1- iP'ACAGE{ STOREhaugIiteuy' ..''
house were sweet and court* ,4r : WELL DRILLING .
'\ Club 10 ,. m.pommanity .. i '
ecus, and 'profuse 'witii their : :j t I : I I "PUMPS I.

MEJBER .DJ.C. thanks. But we understand .Church' Choir II GaCo. .$ I SERVICE .

I A Friendly.JJank In A friendly Community I that some other: folks1 didn't Practice 7:30 p. 'm. Ii,BM.QBity' ) ThUM'ii1Do:3 I ti .mm<* iczSAF S ,PACKAGE' {STORE MATHEWS, #'

fare well. Fun fun DeMolay meeting, j : OPEN I A.M.-12 P. %L DAILY
I so ; jb ., but "I. .. '
Keystone_ Heights\ Ra.) Hall, 7:30'p nr .. .. .I ..... '--cL 4dsEn SUi- AY8Jtl"ltcme .S -Wcil Th'i
e "'r .IU ,.. fI' I when these fun-loving teen- e.// .T :"" G' ?htttO. 'J1l "' ....... _-- .-
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: KEYSTONE NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Starke. In the first QuarterPat cubes, molded in the shape ol ALVAREZ' STORE

.. PINE LEVEL Castlen scored a touch- "booties," further carried out Established 1894

HIGHLIGHTS CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY V back and Mike Castlen'threwa the stork theme.Twentytwo .
touchdown to Eddie
67 Mrs. J. I:. McRae pass guests enjoyed
AA&&A&AA &AA [By Elizabeth Glveu] Douglas. Mike Castlen scored the occasion with the hostess, AMBULANCE SERVICE

&AAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAA1Among the extra point. !I''
From Preceeding Page] Miss Sue,. McDavid of Valdosta Eddie Douglas threw I PHONE 964-2600
a! .
the out of town land Mrs. DeWitt
v Meeting Mrs. O. W. George. All State College, Valdosta, .Sin!
deface the visitors at church last touchdown pass to Tim Roop DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
'agers destroy or Sundaywere for clair were visitors in Eartow
The PTA met Wednesday women interested in learninghow Ga. waa home the week-
the second touch-
property of elderly people and Mr. and'Mrs. Jerry Bald- with'her to score over the weekend as guests of DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
night, Nov. 1, with the presi- to sew are invited to at- end parents Mr. and in the second
invalids then it is time to win and of Jacksonville down quarter. their son-in-law and
stop V
son daugnter, Starke Fla.
dent, Rev. L. Lennon. in A. .F,.McDavid. ,
'and reconsider. Cleaning windows tend.The and D. A. Judd of Orlando. John Lewis scored the extra Mr. and Mrs. Harold George.
charge. The program chair- New Homemakers of Mr. and Mrs. E. W..Hodges Mike Castlen also madea RENTAL SERVICES
other damage The Heart point. Mr. Sinclair
or repairing of Florida's: also attended the
man committee was happy to America of RJE school were and family] of Gainesville were that Beds Wheel Chairs Crutches
like breeze to Youth quarter. field trials of the Hospital ,
may seem a Fellowship enjoyed a annual Bird
have Mrs. Royal teacher at with their first attendance .weekend guests of Mr. and to I _
these exhuberant y ung people :RJE. who recently completeda at the District NHA good meeting last Friday Mrs. Evan Hodges.J There was no score Dog Meet held in Punta Gorda -

but they may'not think'so night at the Magnolia Bap- V third quarter. Saturday.Mr. I
convention in .
course in Civil Defense, to Gainesville on E. Townsend and his
40 years hence! On the whole. tise Church in Branfora. Pine In the fourth quarter: Eddie and Mrs. H. A.
of Nov. Lola Townsend Bri-lley
bring us two representatives Saturday 4. One of their mother Mrs. : ,
however there was only a the CD program in Bradford delegates, Gwendolyn Robert Level won the attendance drove to Wauchula Saturday, Douglas threw the touchdownpass of Jacksonville were guests of GLASS That's Our Business

little. vandalism and perhaps County: the director, Mrs. son was elected song leader banner. The next meeting will where Mrs Townsend will remain to Pat Castlen. Cecil Mrs. D. E. Hart Raiford post-!I _ "If It's Glass We Have It"

it, was done by teen-agers from Scholl, and deputy director for the ensuing school term. be held Dec. 1 at Johnstown, V for a visit with her sister Stalnaker scored the extra 'mistress, Saturday night. The, CALL WRITE or VISIT '

outoftown.St. Shiner. Mrs. Royal and Mrs. Members attending the convention Baptist Church near Lake I Mrs.' Bonnie Mansfield.. point.yyyyyyyvvvvyyvyyyyvyyV. Bradleys also visited J. M.!'; FOR ANY GLASS NEED ,

-. William's News .Scholl gave an interesting were: Mrs. O. W. Butler. They also were overnight I Conner, who is a patient in'!

On Saturday morning Nov discussion of. fallout. Two George. teacher adviser; Sorry to hear that Mrs. Sid- guests of W, E. Townsend and Bradford County: Hospital.Mr. j SHEA'S GLASS CO. I

\\:. there will be a 9 a. m. films were also shown by the Elaine Pinion, president; May ney Jackson and Jimmy Con- family in Avon? Park. f FARM : and Mrs. James McDonald -

Mass... at St. William's Church. CD officials on this subject. Retha Wanton vice presi- ner are ill and in Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Lewis STATE and children of Jacksonville j i f111b1L (NOT INC.)

It; will be a Requim High Mass The Sousaphone that was dent; Mary McBride, Jack- County Hospital. Mrs. Harry and children of Jacksonville weekend Mi. I "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co."
Lewis has were guests of
for bought by the PTA for the quelyn Marshall, Betty Crum, been ill, but is I were Sunday guests of Mr. [By Mrs. E. F. Mayton] Modern Store Fronts
We Design
the deceased .members ofOtir much better .
now. and Mrs. Joe Wallace.Mr.
music department was on dis Margie Leverson, Bertis Parke and Mrs. Pitt Baxter.Mr. .
< Parish. Beverly Leverson Gwendolyn, Mrs. Russell Thomas and and Mrs. Elmer Hodgeof :! and Mrs. Lyle Buck III

Mtr play.The PTA president asks the Robinson, and Akher L. Wil-! daughters spent last weekend Leesburg were visiting Mr. Mrs. W.'L. Durban, Mrs. Bob- and daughter, Andrea, of Jacksonville Table Tops.

.ST..- ANNE'S EPISCOPAL presence and participation of Hams. I af Fort Stewart, Ga. visiting and: Mrs. Dennis Hodge Friday, .bie Pierson, Mrs. C.H. Beasley, ,. were weekend guestsof 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2-4353

.CHURCH. KEYSTONE parents from .Lawtey. Key- The RJE library would like Mrs. Thomas' son-in-law and afternoon. and :Mrs. Glenn Shuford of

tf--'.Sundays 9:30 ChurchSchool. stone, and Hampton. The to give the"week in observanceof daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Lon- Mrs. Arie V Browning of Lawtey were hostesses at a Mrs." Bucks. parents, Mr. and
: a. m.
9:30 membership committee, with American Education Week, .nie Davis. Starke .is spending this week stork shower at the State Farm Mrs. H. M. Richarde.
: a. m. MornIng
Prayer and Sermon 1st Sun Miss Francis Jenkins as chairmen Nov. 5-11, this thought: "Tis The youth of Pine Level with Mrs. Mattie Barry.Mr. .home of the former last Thurs-

wonderful education forms the enjoyed a Halloween party last and day night, honoing Mrs. A. Q.
ct.y. Holy Communion], 6 p. made a report.A common Mrs. Lamar Hall THE RIGHT POINT for the
delicious repast was served mind: Just as the twig is bent, Tuesday night at the home of and Patricia were Sunday Smith of Starke.
m.; Episcopal Young Church- .Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Conner. : way you write. Come in and
by the refreshment com- the tree's inclined.-Miss O. night dinner guests of Mr. i The party rooms were dec.
as en- the I select your favorite ESTER-
Visiting J. W.
mittee. T. Thompkins, librarian.Girl McRaes and Mrs. Jimmy Hall in Key- orated in a babyland motif, ,
Holy DayS7:30: a. m. Holy last Tuesday Mr. BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-
Communion: Mrs. Sarah Morris, chair- Scout meeting at Room Mrs. Derrick Wheeler were and and stone Heights.Mrs. with a large stork centering: GRAPH. ?HEONLY A

Third Wednesdav Parish man of the program committee 22, RJE 3 p. m. Thursday. son Dave Green was the the table where refreshments ALL.NEWWOIIDER OF THE
of Pisgah. Ala., and Mrs. Allen REALLY _
Covered Dish Supper 6 or 6:30: will inform the publicas All girls invited to attend. Hall, Mrs. Eddie guest of Mr. and Mrs. Alex a, ENTERTAINMENT WORLD ;.
to who will bring the The Carnation Social and Williams in Jacksonville a .
p.'m. gram of entertainment at pro-the Savings Club will meet tonight and children, all of Jacksonville couple of days last week. Attention Livestock Producers! I IIf THISIS I
Mrs. T. N. Norman
rmST BAPTIST CHURCH next meeting on Wednesday, [Thursday] at the Reno Mrs. H. and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin John- 1
M. McRae of Heil- ,
Theatre. All members urgedto son were Sunday guests of .
bronn. have hogs or .
Club Activities .I' attend. Mrs. Thelma Greenis Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bloods- you 1
Wesley McRae cattle to sell now or in _
J. R. Smith, pastor, Ralph hostess. was fishingat worth in Lake Butler. _

Copeland, Minister of Music The Senior Class will present Band Parents Club will meet Old Town on the Gulf last Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Kelley the future please con ,:. PUTSI

and church organist. "Bercky Bee" of Station Monday night, Nov. 13, at Saturday and: brought home of St. Petersburg, Arthur Kel- tact one of the buyers NOV. .15 YOU IN THE PICTURE!
WOBS at Starke for the first
Serves: Sunday School 9:45 the RJE a good catch of bass. I at Copeland Sausage .
library. ley of Sarasota, Mr. and Mrs. ._ ;: V" _
time on tyov. 10 in RJE cafe- VV
a, m. Morning Worship 10:5: The Fiesta Club sponsoredthe M. McRae spent Steve Kelley of Jacksonville. Company and give them

A. .m. Training Union, 7:00: p. torium. The public is invited. religious show for the part of last week with her I Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Kelley and an opportunity to buy .
Past Matron Janie S. Mitchellwas Y4
m. Evening, services 8:00: P'I benefit of the Band: Parents daughter, Mrs Allen Hall, in scns-sf: Waldo, and Mr. and your livestock. _
hostess to the Dell Chapter Jacksonville.
m. You are invited to share, Club. It was a grand success. Mrs. L. L. Dyal and Lavern

family Prayet, time with us. 168 OES last Thursday I 1 The electric blanket was won Sunday guests of Mr. and were Sunday guests of Mrs. COPELAND OFFERS YOU
night, and announces a suc-
''I by Mrs. Bessie Lee. Mrs. Rufus Alvarez were Mr. Rosa Kelley.Mr. I :
cessful meeting. Plans were 4 ADVANTAGES! i
METHODIST CHURCH completed for the chapter'sanniversary. I Church News and Mrs. Jerry Baldwin and and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby I; _
I _
(. MELROSE I Mrs. Mitchell was' Antioch Baptist Church.. sonof Jacksonville. 'and son of Starke, and Mr. I 1. Cash market day. $ \% _
I Ervin Browning of and Mrs. Alan Land and family every
Prayer Meeting will be held Boston :
also hostess to shower for ,
Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith, a 9 &_ I
pastor. Mrs. Beatrice DeSue, who was Thursday night at the homeof Mass, was home for the week- of Gainesville were Sunday I 2. No commission.

V Maggie Murphy. Everyone end with his parents, Mr. and: guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd LIMITED V V : SPECIAL I
recently burned out. Mrs. De-
Sunday School' 9:45: a. m. ; 3. Special consideration given to meat V
Worship 11 a. m. Sue is in the hospital but cordially invited. Miss Jessie Mrs. Willard Browning. Barry. EIIGAGEMENL V JV GROUP RATES
ijt.V i -i mn
MYF and MCF 7 p. m. gifts were carried to her bed- Sewell, accompanied the Sing- Kenneth Parrish of Jack- type hogs MATINEES Wednesday. 2 p.m.-0reh. $US-lose $1 JO

ing Wonders of Jacksonvilleto sonville was home for the Saturday & Sunday, 2:30 p.m/-0rch. $1.50-log* $1.75
Evening Worship 8 m. I 4. Can furnish for sufficient
', side.The Alachua 'in a recital, and charge. Mrs. May Lois Pitt- weekend with his parents, Mr. hauling tVlNINOS-8:30: p.m., Sun. thru Thurs. -Oreh. S1.75-too* $1.93

Prayer Meeting [Wed.] 7:30P. : Adult HomemakingClass I they had a wonderful time.I man will be the morning and Mrs. Lee Parrish. i quantities. Friday and SoturdayOrch.. $1.95-log $220
m. meets each Thursday :
I Miss Sewell sang a solo.- speaker. At 6 p. m. a missionary Mrs. John Lewis of Grahamis I V-
night at RJE under direction FIVE POINTS THEATRE
-| Aratha Williams reporter. sermon will be preachedby spending this'Week with Mr.I CALL COLLECT HOward 2-3011 .lh w* 1028 PARK STREET

Bethlehem Free Will Baptist Rev. L. A. Sampson. At 8 and Mrs. Pitt Baxter.J. "NS.1 JACKSONVILLE 4, FLORIDA
::. II p. m. the Zion Travelers of t fncIoud I $ tortMt
For The Best Deal E. Townsend was the
Anywhere I announces the following schedule FOR CLAUDE PHILLIPS, PRESTON POLK, f **-
with all services starting Starke will render a program 1 Sunday:! dinner guest of T. T. NORMAN VEECH V l. rft.cfi
SeeROBERTS' I' at 7:30: : Monday Faithful for the Pulpit Aid Board. : Guthery and. family in Bar- $P PAIg $ Name. ---- I

I Few Club; Tuesday, Senior Junior Church meeting will tow.We % Uflj dliTown.5tM IlLS U BMUttlMM ...I

,I Choir: Wednesday, Prayer be held each Monday at 5 p. were sorry to hear that CopelandSAUSAGE

CHEVROLETAND 1'1' Meeting: Thursday, Woman's m. All parents are asked to little Ruth Clark, daughter of i : K

I I Home Mission and Junior send their children. Mr and Mrs..F. ''L. Clark, sustained -, j

OLDSMOBILE I'' Choir; Friday Prayer Band. The reporter is asking that burns on Her back and I COMPANY S ALACHUA, FLORIDA ---V V

V Mary McBride reporter. all news be in by Monday arm when she pulled the elec-I. -I

night, please.. tric percolator off a table. I
AUTHORIZED Allen Chapel will observe .
DEALER She is in Division Hospital in S V I
Trustee Day this Sunday, David Thomas has been in .

starting with Sunday Schoolat the Lake Butler hospital witha Lake City.
Ph. 3033 Green Cove Springs, Fla. Miss Linda Green of Florida :
9:45.: Morning service, 11 brief illness, but was able
Southern College in Lakelandwas i AREA BUSINESS
I a. m. with the Juniors in to attend the meeting Thurs I
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-- home for the weekend
day night. We are happy for
I him. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Earl Green. .

V I Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wil-i


9 visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. C.

41"1 V 4 iiJGH. Mott Saturday.Mrs. Mauldin's Crane Motor Co. Rush's Tractor Co. Beckum's OpticiansLindsey
: V
Ophelia Moore and: Inc.
LARK ANGLIA L. Beckum, R. 0.
are vacationing in South
; sons Auto Glass ENGLISH FORD NEW HOLLAND Lenses '
heats tie food 'TZ.: Carolina this week. Duplicated':
; GardenClub Will Meet CHALMERSMASSEYFERGUSON Artificial Eyes Prescriptions
COMPLETE STOCK CURVED I Authorized Sales & Service
The Brooker Garden Club Filled Promptly
will meet this Thursday'night, GLASS "Complete Service for All 22 W. University FR 6-3518

:: :not the kite/Ie Nov. 9, at 8 p. m. at'the Community Makes" Farm Equipment 'And Gainesville, Fla.
Tractors ---
; Center. Mrs. E. Klein- Windshield & Door Glass 506 E. University Ave. FR 6-4385 POWER
man will give a demonstrationon Replaced In Any Make FR 24251Gainesville

SIZEV4TEP "Fundamentals of Flower Car Or Truck Fla. Archer Rd. Gainesville McCULLOCH .

"...w,.},'.w:,. ,:t.' ..:..'i;>:...!..."".)tf';;..w:)..:..,.,."v*,.l'1t;.... ).1t'':'':.'..w....),;;...'.Yr,,)..".",;..",,.X"A.....,....yf..>..<.-....'"....,..j Arranging." We Handle Safety Glass GARDEN SUPPLIES CHAIN SAWS V

,.\:'.....')..,..H...:.......w h...,.e'....,.,.:t.:,:.. ...:::1z14ype. ..:.. :.>. ............'.'::':>'t.:.. ...ay. : .;:.'..":..,i,:;: t.:,**::.:.f::.. Club The News Home Demonstration FR 6-2558 COMMERCIAL NEW-USED SALES
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(>.' .'<:'. .,.,9;: '" }:",. .,..:":.':'::..w:'"' ,:;'!..i 1314 S. Main Gainesville Johnson & Paris SERVICEFlorida

%."WH..:.x. '.'$):.:AiiPMMJhb"......'.x"' ...'......,... ..%.<- v..:.(t.iH," ,x"::::)..,,!.:?,..,... UHr.....w.y...."t"''' N Club held its regular monthly I REFRIGERATION ,
':: ::0.: i;' <:" .M.<<>.v:: :,'t :::): ,+'",,::'' ..:.,.,..:.".'::... :.;,,),:,,'.:.:::.:;.,..:....::f.. .. :.:(..) LthZ.7e? ? meeting Wednesday afternoonat AUTO SALES &,SERVICE Inc.Complete Saw Co.
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E': ':<> 'g'v I the Community CenL r. The .

ri.,.lli.:: '",,,,%,,,;,:'<:,,,, \m'M"..."::t, ........<..,>..",,, I IT:1.I president, Mrs. T. W. Markey IMPERIAL CHRYSLER RefrigerationService SEEDSPLA.WS Line of FR c-uu
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L w- 'j l;'r::n '4 :: :iil i M1m I :___nun;n "'"' presided meeting. Officers over the were business elected: PLYMOUTH VALIANT Co. FERTILIZERSInsecticides -Pet Supplies 2538 Gainesville N. E. 19th Dr.

.,, ( for the Authorized Sales Parts
and will
)' < coming
': < year
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I 1<,'>,,:,,':;"',::".""','':@.,.: ,,,. .;>w)"x-':..S"..,...h....::: We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'''
'..: -:>::' };..<. *" ..>R".. '"::>.>.,,:" be installed at the next meet? Service Sidney Leopold Owner
I '.< '''' ''' lINe SIZE
;t.<;< ".. .. '"' PEN! 'I 224 N. W.. 8th Ave. MACHINES
Of: { ..M. ing. Dec. 12. New officers are: Commercial
+ ft'tdJM :!1I''.''I'':.:tkkii .". \<,".,:<:: ..:. fentIa Uodt I HawesPowersMotor Refrigeration FR 204'76GainesvUle. -
president. Mrs W.
"" :" .v d T. Markey; Air
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\ \,.\.<\..)... ,.,. .. iI. .. ...d. 11K I vice president., Mrs. Dave Co. Frigidaire Ice Makers
'! < \>. .. ;<,.' .: ':.{ U : ,..=>.>%,:>ix I Green secretary, Mrs. W. T.
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... .." :., .. .:: v :I:: :): )x<: : FB 2-2561 Sold And Serviced Anytime
: ...,..< :.;. ..:\ Machine Center
'> .. :>"" < LADIES
.,'W..v 1:". '>>h...w."-"."..w _q.'VY..).[<":,:,<.x.'.>',"Kl., .I Blair; treasurer, Mrs. Iva V WEAR
V'w. ... .".'> \""%.,:,: >.>'">'<'.'k:'t.:",.<, >>'<.':::< ,,.<,:". Itff3 SIZE I Douglas; County Council delegate 204 N. Main. Gainesville Gainesville FR 2-8392 .used Singer Sewing Machine
++*' .,, :,, < %: *:i. 'f;. .>>t.:>,.: <: mt I"
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''ct i Wt>: tA : -J: Wi$; :;: SUPPLY, Mrs. Dave Green. Used Cars 312 N. Main Heights FR 6-7700 Cherry's I Many One Of A Kind

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ELECTRIC cooking means there's, FLAME cooking means heat spills I V. dwdc.fe8.ef.Uc: i icridgsNs Plans were made for the FR 6-3100 J Gainesville's Starting At '9.95 'I
Most Pash.ionabl.Address .
Christmas workshop which FB 6-6310
direct contact between utensil and up around utensil, heats up your I I'f. .'..1Matb of I u. COL.'l-l\IERCURY CONCRETE PRODUCTS For Ladles
pea j will be held November 29 at 216, W. UnlversltyOalnesyilhaSPORTING
heating element Heat goes quickly kitchen-and you I IV. .'as.a vrhiMWL..uY.,... 10 a. m. A cove.red d.W1lunch- RENAULT I DRESSES SUITS -COATS, \
.,. I
and directly into the food _not t nfdJ, eon will be served. ACCESSORIES GOODSThis ,
V Authorized Sales Service-, INSIST THAT ALL YOUR
The regular
kitchen. club meetingwas 105 WUniversity.. Gainesville
... your CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE Area's Most Complete Line
tQNSSOEi changed to the second Parts
of Sporting Goods at
.. ...... k&3s1.s&cd9u. Tuesday in December, which THE BEST PROM MOVER
*** Trained
"***** Mechanics Good
A modern. automatic electric range will cook food just as fast ift* ...... will be the Christmas programand Jimmie Hughes Inc.
C !
as food will cook.. .without*wasted heat that overheats the HEW ElECTKHKCCOOUXfiisttie ecped fcaa ody die;t V exchange of giftsRefresnments Used Can Edwards Building Gainesville 1113 W. University Galnwvllle,

kitchen and Fkmeless electric cooking means no constant- -1IpWIyt :were; served
.. you. world's fastest peul Barkley Motors Supply Inc.
4 by Mrs. Markey and Mrs. Mayflower SHOES'V
burning pilot lights. also eliminates the by-products of flame MagiHycV Dave Green.Miscellaneous.. 615 N. 'Main. Gainesville \
coking tine from ,
I 1.. .soot, fumes, greasy fuel grime.So change over to the comfort hours to minutes., ; ShowerA 726 S. Main FR 2-4844 LOCAL AND LONG Bob's Shoe Store

B. & G. Motor Co. Gainesville. FIa.,
... andconvenienceofaamelesselectricrange..you'Ubeproudof { from minutes to i I miscellaneous shower was ,, DISTANCE MOVING
seconds! Shoes for The Entire Family

..' V your.kitchen as wel as your cooking.See -:.....*......-.....*.: I given in honor of 'Mrs. Harley Inc. Storage And Crating FORTUNE FOR MEN
Hodge last Friday night at HTLLMAWOLDSMOBITE Gainesville FB 6-5224 CHARM SET FOR WOMEN

... your electrie.appliance dealer today the home of Mrs. Dennis ELECTRIC MOTORS ENDWELL FOR CHILDREN

Hodge. Hostesses for the occasion -CADILLAC
V 4 PNTS MUSIC SUPPLIES Bags Muhlnry.Acce&5orie3WI
were:, Mrs. Cecil. Melvin Authorized Sales -service -
21 Gainesvllla
.... University.
lit.. -V--- .. .. Mrs Bobby Jones. Mrs. Parts Electric Motor Lillian's Music Store -

4' htti1/flId1d ti Jim Harris, and; Mrs. ,.. .Dennis. FR 6-7515 YARNSTOYSTime
{ -.u "
& rE1I1.d Hodge. Prizes"were won by Repair Co. "Gainesville Leader"Since
UflS?pf e
115 8. W. Second. Gainesville
/...Ir, GHlArtR.7001 fetor fife,CiBeni .$.*. Mrs. :jim Smith. Mrs. C. L. 1933 to Lay-Away for

4e Atkinson; and MrsHoward VOLKSWAGENSales OF GAINESVILLE, INC. KRAKAVER WINTER- Christmas

..... FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT COMPANY V Corl. Out of town guests were Service Parts COMPLETE ELECTRICMOTOR CABLE Jack and Jill
Mrs. Elmer Hodge of Leesburg PIANOS FIANORGANS
opp Miller-Brown MotorsInc. Open Till 9:00 On Fridays
Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH and Mrs. L. R. Howard of
: HELPING SALES AND SERVICE"Distributor SJ53-J375 i A Complete Line Of
V Lake Butler. There about
: Guitars Drums
of Eheet Yarns -NeedkworkNoUoDl
30 guests present Mrs. Hodge New Lincoln Motors Music
received many Tovejy. gifts.Win m %-3: Free InstructionsToys
..... .
-* V FB 2-8318 Budgets Games .
V V VV eIectrie'MIl I iIIdudedII" / BrooJ.'r 2f1 1030 E. University Ave.. FR 8-5931 Dons -
V 7 IO\WOIIIKIII,. The Brooker Bulldogs defeated .' 1030 8. Main, Gainesville Hobbles
Gainesville : S r:112 8. E. First,-: Gainesville
Koch'sOaruffteam. .29.rt'5''f 6 125 W. University Gainesville
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