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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 16, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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3 For Mayor 4 For MarshalAnd I i

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Under i Florida Hydrocarbons, Inc. expects to start .clearing

# 'i Four candidates for Marshal, L. Shuford. Blood Way ,the site in January for construction of Its multimillion
Game
+4r .- .three for Mayor, and two for Besides electing city officials, I dollar extraction plant near Brooker. Heavy

;: Town Council had qualified up Lawtey voters will also decideon construction should begin In March, with full operationof

n ;, ," 'J ,,\1] to Wednesday afternoon in several changes in the town ,-It could turn out to be Two witnesses were heard attempted escape and to a the plant scheduled for October.The .
1t. ..: ,,'',;1" ..I i 1, Lawtey's forthcoming Dec. 5 charter in the Dec. 5 election. blood game. They're just 'like a Thursday morning as the Bradford County man for receiving announcement was .

:,_ _, ...11'..<.,t;. j'.."j election. Deadline for qualify- Lake Butler used to be state opened its case against stolen property. made by an official of the run around $750,000, the engineer -
'< "-" 'i ''?:/'' ...'1 ing is 12 noon Saturday, Nov. years James W. Neveils, charged Joseph J. Parlante, 33, John company in Houston Texas said.Worktobe.
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4'" ago; they'd rather beat
'Y .? us than
19,000 Lbs Pecans
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'\ ,/' 1 18. with second degree murder in
u McDermott : started In Jan-
., ','," 'A'-;' .11l anybody," said Coach Lenuard 32, and Frank yesterday, following receipt of ,
.. .. : .,: .' Incumbent Marshal Sumter the August 30 death of his Grenier 28 uary win include clearing the
; ,"./, ', Sold At Auction Register of Green Cove's Blue were convicted bya final certificate from the Federal -
;..l ,. .". \ D. Harley is opposed by Mit- wife, Piney. six-man 40-acre site, located just
'.: ;,:", '; :;I ",..v(:: ,fr 'I Devils, who tomorrow night will jury of attempted Power Commission, giving
"j')1,' i"Lp.F ',: ; chell Brown, a former Marshal, Last Thursday try to down the Tornadoes for Benton Futch, local funeral escape from the maximum Houston Texas Gas & Oil Corporation north and adjacent to the

) 1 : >;; :.i'. ./7Y. .\t'd',:'1. Carl VanZant, and D. E. Boat- the first time this season. home employee, testified that security unit of the State and Coastal Trans present booster station at
7 < '_ .,.' '"_" d I wright Approximately 19,000 pounds Mrs. Neveils was lying uncon- Prison at Raiford. Brooker, construction of
; .'ti,' ., 'If we're for the They were mission permission to expand access -
up
: I of were sold at the second game
; .;,, ;/ Incumbent Mayor Charles R. !' pecans we'should have no trouble the scious on the bedroom floor, sentenced to six additional their,natural gas systems for roads, water wells, rail-
; auction held at the Starke
"UI. ,t, ,If'' : ., 'I I Shuford will have two running,State Farmers Market last coach stated, "But I'm afraid when he arrived at the homein years each. They also con additional service in Florida. road spur, fences,' etc., the
G mates: M. L. Turner, and W. answer to an ambulancecall ducted their own defense. The combined engineer said-
'Ita I we'll be thinking of Lake expansion under
.} ...., Thursday. The overall price City about 1:50: Aug. 30. The
M P. Kemp. Mr. Turner, who was and they'll slip on p.m. Another inmate. William G. this authorization will cost plant will require a
up ua. The
20 cents
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(. '. '$.t....J. filling an unexpired term on Tigers are on the BHS schedule He said the woman was In DeMerritt, also involved in an estimated $23,500,000 very heavy foundation. Blud-
about cent weakerthan
a a pound
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the council submitted was said, One piece of
his the which ,
res- includes
.' ,' .. t.- the at the first for December 1 and are expected escape try had previously the Texas por-
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; f x. rw- / j ignation Monday at the time of to be one of the ,season's "bad condition. Her face pleaded guilty and'was senten- tion of the project.H. steel going into It weighing
: .._ __ .. qualifying for sale Nov. 2. was swollen and "black blue, half million pounds.
m '" mayor. toughest foes and about the ced to an additional two years. W. Bludworth, an en-
Incumbent Town Clerk Ethel A heavy crop of nuts in and purple" bruises were on Much transportation, both
best Prison gineering
bet to break, the Tornadoes' officials testified that representative of I
I BUS Homecoming Queen Crowned Reddish has qualified for reelection ,Florida and neighboring states winning streak. her body, Futch testified. He the prisoners attempted to Florida Hydrocarbons [ a subsidiary truck and rail will be requiredto

and will be opposed by .is believed to be a contributingfactor Traveling to Clay County tomorrow said that Neveils and a com- escape on July 1 by sawing of Houston Texas Corporation take away the plant's pro-
Mrs. Bennie Ray Turner. panion, Alvin Robinson who ducts, the engineer said. The
to the weak prices. night, the Tornadoeswill bars from their cell windows. ] said that contractfor
'BUS homecoming queen Thursday night.Attendants With three places to be filled find Blue Devils stronger i. placed the ambulance call, The sawed bars were discovered construction of the plant output will average more than
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No auction will be held
on in the kitchen
were
when he
Paye Alvarez Is crowned by to the queen on council, only two candidateshad than they have been for I in time to prevent the has been awarded to Hudson 20 truck or rail carloads per
l outgoing queen Sara Wood- were seniors Sandra Solano, qualified up to Wednesday Nov. 23 (Thanksgiving Day), some games because of the reinstatement arrived. j try. Engineering Corporation of. day, he said.

burn on football field during Gayle Andrews, and Sandra afternoon. These are two in- but will be resumed on Nov. of eight players Mrs. Ruby Thomas of,Jacksonville Bradford Man Sentenced Houston. Work is now in pro- : To start with, the plant

Tornado Whirr activities last Moore. 'cumbents, Earl Teston and D. 30 and continue into DecemberOver. who were previously thrown sister-in-law of the William Robert McRae, gress on the final detailed i will produce only propane and
off the squad. One of .the play- victim, testified that Mr. and convicted of receiving stolen design of the plant, he said. butane [ILP gasl, and natural

Lawtey Negress Weak Santa FeTornadoes ers, senior left half Glenn Mrs Neveils had argued on goods and who also conductedhis The entire project will Involve gasoline. In the future, it is
Vaughn the Saturday night previous to an possible that ethane and a
number 16, is rated own defense, was sentenced expenditure of $6-
Charged With the team's best 'runner' and her death during the time to an indeterminate periodof 250,000, Bludworth said, while number of hydrocarbons might
pass receiver. Left end Jack Mrs. Thomas and her husband six months to five years. the plant itself will cost ap- be extracted, Bludworth said

Murder 60-7 Bridges, number 86, ia another [Mrs. Neveils' brother] were Testimony revealed that Mc- proximately 5500000. Pay- Warren Petroleum'Corporation
], Try Rip good receiver. visiting in the home. Mr .!.Rae;*who had previously ser- rolls during construction will of Tulsa, Okla., with

lfti A 41-year-old Lawtey Fullback Don Miller, number Neveils had threatened to ved time in prison for break- terminals at Tampa, has contracted
I 14, a 185 pound senior is leave and go to live with her for the. LP- output of
alsoa and
Negress.. Irma Lee Allen, has ing entering, had pawned
.' been charged with assault with good power runner according son in Tampa. Mrs. Thomas spinning reel ftad sold: &:'Xmas Spirit the plant,,the eng1 1eer'sald'.

I intent to commit murder In WinCoach to the Tornado scouting report. testified. She also said that shotgun stolen nom the.home Gasoline marketing arrange-

I the Sunday, November 12V Homecoming Quarterback Vaughn Rhrtrs, Neveils struck his ,wife in the of K L.; Lester,of Brooker:, To Invade, Town JJm..lQ .9etrt com
:; shooting of another ''Lawtey number 13, a junior, Is'rated mouth with his fist during McRae's' younger .brother, pletAd,-ludwort t said eddur;
as a fair runner and the argument. Via DecorationsStarke's that the 'gasoline must b"'
Negress according to Deputy passer. Clyde, and another teen-ager,
.,
Sheriff Dolph Reddish. Lennard Register's after the fourth tally;I quarter when Leonard Dugger A 190 pound eophomore, right Neveils was indicted Monday Darrell Elzey; had previously blendedWith.heaVier: mixture

Shot in her left side, under power laden Tornadoes mere- early in the second period, capped a 74 yard march from tackle Stanley Foy, :number by a, Bradford County pleaded guilty to stealing business district before beta?' 4'used' .as motor

"'the arm Millie Lyons, 36, ly flexed their Homecominggame Tornado regulars saw little one yard out on the first playof 75, is rated the team's top grand jury for second degree these items plus a rifle and will soon take on a Yuletide fuel.
Bludworth said that Initially
was taken to Bradford County muscles last Friday action as Register cleared the the period. Halfback'' John lineman. Helping to the bolsterthe murder. radio from the Lester !, home atmosphere with special decorations
Hospital. The Allen woman 1 night as they rolled up a 60- bench. Quite a few Tornado Adams and Martin set up the Clay County middle line will Also indicted for first degreemurder last: September. Presentence for store fronts and a the new Brawler plant will
; have around 20
has been placed In the Brad7'victory over lowly Santa Fe. I fans also cleared their seats score with runs of 25 and 22 be left tackle Harris Hoff- was J. W. [Duke] investigations have been ordered number of light poles. employees.
ford County Jail under $1.000 The score was the fourth early when the lagging contest yards. meister, a three year veteran Hendrieth, Lawtey Negro, for on the pair. Thirty-five businesses have "We "are anxious to get

bond, Reddish said. highest in Bradford High I failed to make them forget Capitalizing on the Rebel who knows how to handle him the August 27 pistol slayingof In. other cases Mitchell agreed to have their fronts started, he declared.Woman's .

t, The shooting occured on a football history, .and was the I the biting chill. fumble recovered by halfback self.' The big number 77 must another Lawtey Negro, Crawford and Billy Gordon decorated by a professionalfirm

graded road in Lawtey's: Negro highest of any BHS team in Jackson started things off Larry Noegel on the Santa be handled carefully, the scout Clarence Morgan. Hendrieth'strial Griffis were sentenced to six and who will also do Club* SRD
section- Meeting the Lyons .7 years, since 1944. The 1944 Ing reports says. is set for Nevember 28. months to three when Plan
by returning the Rebel kick- Fe 45, Martin hit end Hall The years the light poles. PCogrltinoBiauhfy30,
woman In the street, the Allen Tornadoes scored 399 points Blue Devils have won Shirley Lavon Napier, 26 they changed their plea from '
off 23 yards to the Stark 43. Seymour in the end zone on a At a meeting of the Retail
roman, Jumped from her car the most of any team in the A pass from quarterback Irwin 32 yard scoring pass with the but two of nine games thi$sea former Lawtey resident, has not guilty to- guilty In 'a Merchants Association last T

and shot once with a .22 cali- state that year, and beat Martin to end Jimmy Moore quarter only 43 second old. son, beating P. K. Yonge ..130and pleaded not guilty to charges breaking and entering charge. Friday morning, it was agreed
Orange Park 380. But of assault with intent to The starke Woman's Club, in
ber pistol, instantly felling Baldwin 72-0 Lake Butler mur- The two were convicted of
went incomplete before full- The quarter's third TD came that local stores would stay
they held Forrest of Jackson der in the November 4 shoot- cooperation with the State Road
the Lyons woman 65-0 in their homecominggame back Tom Gardner got eight at 5:32: minutes with Tom the September) 19 entry of a open all day on the last three
r s<'The two :Negro women were and Newberry 60-0. yards up the middle. Jackson Gardner punching over from vile over to a slim 18-12 victory ing of her husband. Joe. No car owned by Benjamin star- Wednesdays before Christmas Department sponsoring1 the
them, and gave Palatka trial date has been set Mrs. beautificatlon of 13 Islands in
close neighbors but had not The weakling Rebels quickly then added 36 more yards on the 10 after Dugger had set. on ling Jr.. and a pick-up truck -Dec. 6, 13, and 20.
but 'a 12 point victory, 18-6. Napier by Judge George L. the four-laaed section of U. .S.
few :
:been' speaking in the past became the Tornadoes': eighth a jaunt across midfield to the him up with a 13 yard play owned by Hdrace Gunter.J. Stores will also remain opert ,
Allen Tornado Line-Up Patten.A 301 north -to the city limits.
weeks, According the other to had the ceas victim of the season and their i Rebel 20.Anothet. from the 23. Larry Noegel Named in a tenative start T., Brooks pleaded, guilty until 9 o'clock on Friday Small lslamtt'gill) be planted
an 18th in a row before a chilled pass from Martin added the period's fourth TD presentence Investigationhas nights,. starting Dec. 8 and
ed to have anything to do ing line-up by Coach Registerare been ordered for Lillie Mae to charges. nonsupport.He with four Yucca palms and avariety
Homecoming crowd of 3500. intended for end DeWayne from one foot out just 23 left continuing through Chirst-
taunted her end Hallie Seymour; Hood was given 18 months but of shrubbery, Mite
with her and had 36-year-old Starke
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It was also the seconds before the half. Fullback 1 mas.
Tornadoes' ,
McRae fell incomplete before LT, islands will Have
nine
Jimmy Smith
LG large
MikeDarby
; who
calling her "cancer belly. fifth conference 'win Rowan Thomas helped Negress, pleaded Circuit Court Clerk Charles It decided that there
of the was .
halfback John Reddish got guiltThe and
; center, Gary Kouba palms .shrubbery. ])tt is es-
to Red-
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to
,In her statement season and leaves only Green five and halfback Marty Star- out with a 37 yard jaunt to RG, Arthur aggravated assault. Darby was,ordered to hold his will be no Christmas float imated that at least SO pabUwm
Holliday
accused said .she told ; R T, Hood
the had
woman previouslybeen
dish,
Cove, tomorrow night's the Rebel three. committment papers providedhe parade this year, but Santa
opponent ling went the final 15 yards Johnny Lee; RE, DeWayne Mc be required for the project
!her husband she was going between them and a for the score. Starling went Santa Fe moved the ball Rae; quarterback, Irwin Martin with intent charged to murder with assault in pays $15 per week toward Clause will arrive! in town at a cost of |15 pee palm.
ride and U she saw the con
i for a to fifth consecutive Keystone over again, he scored the first much better the second half, ; LH, John Reddish; FB, nection with of JefroWatkins. supporting his minor children. with fan fare, Wednesday. The Woman' dub Is> asking
she was knifing '
woman going ,
Lyons Conference championship two times he carried the ball, never giving up against the Tom Gardner, and RH Marty Willie' Grimes was fined afternon Dec. 13. for donation from business
the
,
shoot her.' .the She met road Lyons in BHS heads the Keystone loop on a 22 yard run after Rebel Tornado reserves. The Rebels Starling Starke Negro. $200 and placed on one year's The merchants,also agreed men and other interested persons

roman on graded standings with Its perfect 5-0 punt had fizzled and left the! scored once and moved the Slated to fill, in at defensive Prisoners Sentenced probation when. convicted; of that after the first of the year ,to help finance the beau-
front of her home she said conference record.It pigskin in Tornado territory : ball to 'the'.22 and 21 yard ends are Buster Hughes and ,In two' separate trials JUdgep possession a still and still they would close at 6 p. m. tiflcation work The'SUte' Road

and carried out her threatSchools took Register's charges Gardner set the score up with line of Starke on two other Ken Terrell. Bill Jack/yn will meted out sentences to apparatus for manufacture of on Saturdays instead of 6:30.: Department prepared plans for

j just six running plays to strike a 20 yard sprint.Bradford's occasions.. They opened the play defensive corner"f nebacker three' state prison inmates for moonshine whiskey. as at present. the planting; .teedfl d :the varieties

t( To Get paydirt for their first TD and reserve laden I second half by driving 46 and Mac Han Will be at defensive of shrubbery .to be used,

1 Two Holidays just three plays to add seven eleven continued the rampage yards, from their 31 to the middle guard. and will'provide equipment And

more points for a 13-0 .lea dr in the four touchdown second I Starke 23, before failing to Seymour, BHS's sensationalend labor for planting at no
"\' Bradford County 'schools _. move the ball on a fourth and and punter. will have his Iii cost to the community,*
',.will be in session only three five situation. wrist out of a cast tomorrow Persons wishing'contimnteto

1, days next week because of Taking over on their 24 the night. He hurt it in,the..Montii the beantifleatfon: .project
Thanksgiving holidays next Tornadoes moved 76 yards to i cello game and played last may contact Mrs. HoWl V.
Thursday and Friday. November r ,.,' ,, their sixth 'I'D'of the night week with it in a cast.'Tackle w f> Knight.'Early.

,23 and 24. r };:?;,:'.-;" -_",": with fullback Rowan >Thomas Jack McCom Is expected to
c.
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H .':..'..""o.' -' going over' from three .yards have the cast removed. from his t-_ Tel

: .,.. out. The drive was quarterbacked ankle tomorrow' :and Is also'expected cgraphNext j
by'Bill Jackson who is to be ready ror the Lake
UnionThanksgiving I >r slated to fill Martin's shoes City contest, but'Will see no Week :

vI next year. Fullback Buster action against Green Cove. a Notice.to all'.advertisers,,,cor-; '

Hughes was the drive's big respondent dub reporters,
gun going 39 yards In four Candidates Asked publicity dutoae ,, -'ministers
Service carries. Martin's kick made it : and others with i&atf If.emS'Yor

f I 47-0. Starke.. For Bowl QueenThe i I I 1 The Telegraph: :

FIRST Thomas had to score his Due to the Thanksgiving hoi.
touchdown twice after the Junior Woman's Club is t___ __ y iday, the paperWitt printed
BAPTIST CHURCH first was nullified on a back- asking business men and organizations { on Wednesday next week nuking .
to choose their cand-
field-in-motion penalty. 4 it neater to have copy
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2 Apparently satisfied he was dates now for the annual : .rt in our hands Monday. for pub
Nov. 23, : *
Thurs.
going to net nothing on the Strawberry Bowl Queen Contest Titr; '
S ., :*:..: ___ llcatfem ia the, Kov.- S3,Issue.
i 10 A. M.This ground, Rebel quarterback : Please cooperate by-get ting.
"f ti.: i. Greg Blount took to the air Girls must be in the 15 to p I!; your Item to *sr *3 early 93
; and engineered his team's sole 18 age group, and will be judged possible, otherwise wa cannotPTAToMsst

.. _.,/{:r",, .,,: TD in a 10 play 66 yard drive. on the basis of good loopersonalty ,I _UoD.. '.." -
and talentThe'
Halfback Jackie ChaWn carried -
t. .the ball over from the iQueen &n4{ her court, will be :
t r Space Contributed f three and Blount kept, on the selected at preliminary and final -I Las Vegas Show Depicted By BHS Band :.

I ; : > option for the point after "contests to be held Dee 7 Nest:Tuesday /.

Weekly to Publicize -. d'ap4Li; The score stood at 47-7 and and 8.The. "The Las Vegas Show" was dice to the tune of' "Shake 4-leaf clovers to 'Tm Looking 11

I Community Events by !;; i was the closest the Rebels winners will be presented the title given the Bradford Rattle, and Roll" and formeda Over A 4-Leaf Clover." The Bradford High School

.' *? I ; : were. to come to tasting vic during the half time at the High School Band's homecoming moon while they played 1 Prom left to right the ma PTA will meet Tuesday, No. '

;line Community < : tory. It was the fifth time Strawberry Bowl game on Dec. performance last Friday Could Have Danced AH Night." vember 21, In the cafeteria at
.... jorettes Martha Long,
are
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\ .>0 9. 3trvffrjatp must Qualify. by which featured majorettes Head Majorette Cookie Ma- 8 P. m. '
r State Bank .- scored on this season. Nov. 27.Complete. dancing. on dice. ; Janet Hardy, Joann Mobley,I An unusual progriia on civic
If I The lone Rebel score must Information may The band formed a stage thews was the featured twirler! Cookie Mathews, Elaine GOhooly defense'vU1-b *presented by*
2 Halfback Marty Starting la shown oa.his way to e00 rlttI'''haVe 'angered Tornado Buster be obtained by contacting :Mrs. across Bradford Field as seven in "Lazy River" and the ma- Eugenia Efcard. and County CD Dixectol<< MIL C,L;
one of his.two first quarter touchdowns.. [Graf Oa Face: 5] Charles Sawyer.
with
Diaforettes'danced: on huge jorettes performed large, Harriet Harper. & o1L --.. -.-

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101,.,.. .. .. THURSDAY, NO V. 16.1961
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M. ,
1- Mrs; B. Jordan-'of the

State:.Farm has.been visiting Col. C. W. Powell the Sheriff's Posse.

friends,and,rqlativst.: in.South
v Please join us in I Shoot
prayer II Turkey
-- Florida the past week; I
Rotary Speaker that a cure will be discovered
Oil, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wellsand LOU'S TAVERN
Mand H.' hi the near future. ,
Mrs.J.; Wells Kingsley Lake
f 'Jr.tent;tHe weekend with I :Cols.C, W. Powell? command Ernest and
Mae
Carlie
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u. Q! J.fJ .I..Q9TY -.. PI1 ATE 9si o s1 -r; .
Sat. Nov. 18
M .. fir. JhtTilrs.! Wells, Sr. aid tng officer of the Florida; Sector Triest. I ,
r'i. ,
Pe Command, iy U. S. 12 noonTill$10Now
Army
: mi1tn! c 9.9.a: .,
Mr. and Bert 1. '- .
Mrs. Tay- Dr. and Mrs. aIr wo 'pSj 'with ,headquarters" in '
wit 4. J. ;, aMr. and f4rs. J F. ,n food- i .
lor and family of Ocala. were spent Nov. p,, Jp I? att MW fprth H ,fiSri Ifjuidren; visited! r:i acksonville! spoke _at the Rotary ,- .

.j visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.R.. medical seminar aboard the Mrs. Bloodworth's parents, Mr. Club Wednesday on the

.Taylor over the weekend. SS Hanseatic liner on a Carib- and Mrs. C. W: Brandon Sr., importance of reserve components Our
'Co..:>, Mr. and Mrs. J. M- Vickers bean cruise. in Quincy over the weekend. r s in the nation's military ,

and daughter Jean, of Bruns- Mrs. J. Dorr Smith of Eldor- Jimmy Rltch 'leaves Nov. preparedness> program Co!. You owe it to yourself

eau mrr wick. GaT: *ere weekend' gueUs ado Kansas"arrived ''Wednesday 25' for Lackland AFB, 'San Powell is responsible for the

of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark to spend ten days with Antonio Texas.RALUIARK administration of the Army Reserve I .to, look your

I :'..4, and attended the Flori- tier mother Mrs. W. L. Blair. CHRISTMAS ; Program for the entire loveliest during the
state: of Florida. He served in
,, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Clardy CARDS. Box assortments-Re-
i da-Georgia game. a similar
capacity in Puerto
and family of Beach holidays
Daytona
yrer
1 6'I r ligious, General, & 'Business. Rico and the U.'
S.
Virgin Islands
-
sent the weekend with Mrs. Names individually hand stamp- .
Sarah Hunter. .. t from 1955 to ,1958.
ed. Quick Service. at VLLGTUN'S -
Col. Powell
M!' A. Z. Adkins was introduced by
; spent '
tzt -1-23] tV. H. Nollman, who had
chargeof .
"
friday to'Wed!!.e Sd'lY:: wither '
.
-. Florida r. nd 'Mrs. Dan Hazen 'the program.
grandchildren, Jape stud Permanen
-.1. and children of Jacksonville) Club President Freeman Reg- s
Jimmy Guy in Gainesville .
I vjsitecl Mrs. Grace Ritch. and .. m ister Jr. announced that a Ladles .
w while their parents Mr. andbfrs :L
I v 'Mrs. Walter Siicox on unday. Night supper will be held in $25 Now $18.50
Fred Guy were 'South ,
l I.. Florida. ttir'fanY was'm Mi- ... Miss Maude Sf well pf Talla- Foofball'SponSf1S Pose With EscortsHappy I the Starke Woman's Club at '

ami on business 'and Mrs. Guy pposa, G a.ris spending the whiter .7:30: p.m. Thursday, Dec. i. Enfcyfainment or 2 For $35.00
TheatreSAT. with ilr. and Mrs. W. 'B.SgwelL t"; will be ;
: : provided by r
: in Fort with football
was Lauderdale i sponsors against Santa Fe: The 'sp.9n-11 Moore 9t'$wick and Russell
'
I I it Danburg of Gainesville,!
relatives.,, 'I show no signs of the biting sors and their ,escorts are, Hallie Seymour, Susan Slade I who is known as the Victor! '$20-Now $16.00
..
Mr. and Mrs. John &; Sey- Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Wescott ;
chill as they pose with,, their from left to right., Carol Ward and Jphns AdamsJanet. Borge of the South and music!
of ,
... QYJ$ mour were of Thursday New Rochelle'rtb Monday N. Y, of Sen.Tampa. and were Mrs.jveelcend Charley'guests Johns escorts during halftIme activities and Irwin Martin. ; -, Bett- :' t Lou- 1. Nichols and Barbara and 'De\Yayne Blankenship McRae and, Il later fqr 'dancing will be provided, !'2' or, 2 For $30.00
Program1st
TrIp1l'Veatule by the !
Feature guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. DSep and attended ,the Florida-Geor- I at the 1961. Homecoming Wainwright and, JimmyMr. John Reddish.Mr. Stage Band.new Bradford High ,
.
otp'. They: spent Sunday gia football game. '
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White and 1tr Calvin Johns .. $8.50or
and Mrs 'Morgan
Deftalb $15-Now
=:Date at Silver Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Alan :Messmore $13.00or
Bait ,.it Apr FOR JI1ThTIN a of Ocala ,and Miss Mary Mess- Sr. visited Mr. and Mrs. Char- ,spent Ihe weekend with ).[r. :of. Meibourpe were wePken d NOTE OF THANKS' I:
SEASON 6 x SO Binocular"INGTON" more and John Green of les Fields art:! family in Jacksonville and Mrs. George Thomas. in f guests,ot Mr. and,Mrs. Jerome. e Ii i I 2 For $25.00 2 For $15.00By

;$STARRING' : $19.95 up at BU .i. S. Gainesville 1 were.'Saturday visit last Friday. Arcardia."Among. Johns .a1.d.! attended.. the ,Geor- We would like to thank all :
r Gary Clark 'll.8S Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn those. here attending our friends for the cards i
((2t | ors of Mr.. and Mrs. M. F. Haz- .. from! ; 1 gia-Florida football game. flowers, $8-Now $6.00, Appointment
Marty Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Elliot en. Jr. and family went to Mari- the FloridaGeorgiafootball'gani Mrs. J.1"f1a.P rdMrs..Rv tl and toys sent Gerry
l }
Richard Geering Harrington anna Sunday to get his o.t the Gator Scott -and } during his stay in the hospital ONLY
have rented the n Irs. Reba Griff e ; or Two For $10.00
fir and Mrs. Steve
Too Young to Know upstairs apartment Walnut Simmons; grandmother. W. T.'M n- Bowl Saturday : Mrs. and since he has been I
on N. of Miami were weekend guestsof were: attended a beauty. show_ in Orlando I home.To .
Too Wild to CareToo crief and took her 'to the 'Gladys Harrington HallieSeymour I '
Street.,. Dr.. and Mrs. H. H. Adams on Sunday., "BRING A FRIEND"MORGAN'S
Eager to say IViU: I home of her sister Mrs. W. ,Mr, and( Mrs.. J. E. the ones who donated
Mrs.. ,Ben, Hall .returned. and, .attended. the Florida-Geor :Mrs. J. B.; Sapp and :Mrs. W.B.M.undy I .
At Sixteen a girl learnabout"loye $ home Sunday f"9m.t.. 'Vincent's gia football ame.' rfaurinp L.: Bohannon in Apalachicola. i Hardy; Mr.' and 'Mrs. J.' C.Hqpb } warp. inJacksonyille l e ful.blood, we will ever be grate-
?
one way :or another ,Hospital where. she underwent Simmons. spent the weekend Mrs.. H.- A. Laws;n and ?4r. and Mrs, Clyde'erwillegar :M onday visiting *ra.: IzonBradley. a i BEAUTY SHOP
f Mr. and Mrs.Junius.Smith In trying to let him lead
surgery last .Monda(; y with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Chain- mother, Mrs. Annie Register \ I{ a
2nd. Feature Lt. Tom'Lorig of Fort Ben-- bers Bobby Simmons stayed are spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and .. ; ,normal. life, we have been allowed I I
and
t ning, Ga. was home for the with the ':Billy Noegel faml Mrs. Lawson's daughter! Mrs. H, 4.'$ishopJr., Mr, and Mrs. ..at jfept.Mrs. GarljMathewsveie Beach special privileges by \ 1209 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-8141
[ "ne onguijday
1 weekend. ;Bill Morar, and baby son in L. J. iie, Mr. a'njl hut;, UL, H :
ly. different ones. For : Mrs. R. L.
visiUogMr.j and Mrs.Lowell this wewould Morgan Mrs. Hilma HicksDenmark's
sns"
.1a. Panama City. The baby was Sh ppa and, Mr. and} '
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Den I
; Sen. Charley Johns was In Matgew2.Mr ,
especially like to thank
born last Saturday. Mr. Morar ;Mrs. Vernon Siicox, Mr. andMrs'
'\
mark Lt. CoL Mrs. H.M. f. ? 1,
and
Tallahassee Tuesday and in and Mff. .Dpn.Neel and
't... ., Hatcher Jr., and Mr. andlrs. Waycross, Ga. Wednesday on of the Army Reserves was I): JT. H. Willis. Mr. and. sons were in Orlapdg Sunday .J_._ J.. _.. .. .
... called into active duty recently Mrs. Jimmy Rqwe. ., I4r. .ncj '
A. Loudon are attending business. I visiting Mr. and Mrs.
J. L.
.. : the and is stationed in California. Mrs. X. M., Smith Mr. .iid ., -, New Furniture Specials
i .State convention .of Jerome Johns is in Crystal Heminingway.Mrs. .
I, Mrs. Morar and baby will return Mrs. Jim Bitch, Mr and Mrs.
r'I ,. the Florida' Congress$ of.' Parents River on business from Wed, to Starke with her mother T.. H. Slade, Mr 'and MrsCharles Paul Hutchins was in I .... "
and Teachers at Hollywood nesday to Friday. when they are able to Sawyer Dr. J. E. Denmark Orlando Sunday and Monday

Lef 1FIA :Beach. from Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Theis of. travel.l.I Mr., and Mrs. W, C, attending ,a beauty show. [

." I Thursday.Mr. Washington. D. C. will be I Simon William Haas has Powell, Mr. apd Mrs, Wayne Mr- and.. Mrs. R,, L; parley fOfaJr mlJOlidaJ( ) lIome[ !
and Mrs. J. D. son, and
Doyle guests Monday and Tuesday of been transferred from Brad- Haynes Mr. and Mrs. CarlLamar Ralph grandson, !Kirk,
e .-t--r---- visited the new cummer Art of Blonntstown were Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan- Hospital to Tyus Johns, Boh Williams, "w
: ford County
Museum in Jacksonville Sunday morning visitors Mrs. o
of :
:4il Cartoon: afternoon.Mrs. On Wednesday Mrs. Duncan Convalescent Home. Peru y'13ollrngsworth, Mr. andMrs GeorgeHugging. .-c. '
and Mr. and Mrs. Theis will Inman GrePA,4. and .
:; Shore'Thy Neighbor D. C. Forehand and I go to Atlanta, Ga. to attend a Kirs. R. L. Morgan of Brunswick Mrs.. Charles_ Zippere}, Mr.

:: Mrs. Bessie Grace of Albany ,I family reunion at the home of Ga. spent the. weekend I and'Mrs.. Maxie. Carter,.Jr., Mr. FULL
3rd. Feature
with her sister, Mrs. Ben Holt-, 11 Members Sofa Bed With ChairSofa
h' Ga. are Tuesday to Thursday Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Troutman zendorf St. I and Mrs. Bobby, Turner, Mr. SIZE Matching Lounge

.. ** guests of Col. and Mrs.; T. T. :over Thanksgiving weekend. and Mrs. George ,Flynn Jf,
M: i. $ Long. Mrs. Long honored herguests I Ervin Andrews. Mr. and Mrs. Henry steanI1li Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miles, Dr, Join Jaycees

w' IHAfflSSt ; with a_ brjdf e-Junchon: Mr. and Mrs. Gary Abel of visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Mrs.. T., G. Ritch, Mr. and "* opens to sleep 2. Lounge .Chair has

-:'," scHtttr on Tuesday. Chicago, 111. are guests of Mr. Stefanelli and .family in Mrg. RjQbert Green, Mr.. and Eleven: new members joined l loose Reversible Foam Cushions. Your SALE. $ 95

'.-.*. Mrs. MJlttm- St.. Peter andMiss and Mrs. George Kaufmann. Gainesville Sunday.Mr. MrjSj t rioji, Page' Mr. and Mrs.Jiminy the Starke Jaycees at their choice of 3 different Colors in Stock.. '

'" Beryl Holland of Gainesville 'NEW POLAROID ELEC- and Mrs. Randall Chism ; Green' Dr. and Mrs.- meeting here Tuesday nightin PRICE

.It'. were Saturday; ,afternoon: TRIC EYE CAMERAS, Pro I had as a recent guest Albert i & L.,Haynes .Jr., Mr. q4 the firsts: pf a cur REGULARLY *
., a sh visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Harry jectors, Tape Recorders, etc a t f G- Kruse of .Jiaml".a, former r", MrS! -J.-McGriff; Jr, E., .rent"membership.drive. New 10993

...':. .Mooty.' ''BULLINGTON'S. (tf) I Starke resident. Thornton, Mr. and Mrs. 'rgvl members ,,., ':'Inducted at this

-- Mrs. Herbert Thomas went Strickland, Mr.,.apd Mrs. prewReddish ; meeting were: William F.

...: i to Palatka today to get her ,. Mr, ,and bits., Tv LCasey Rossfe/fl! Rodney P.. Hall Jimmy

ACRYLIC mother Mrs. Irene Roberts Jr......and Mr. and Airs. Bowen; Harold} B. Elliott, Close-Out SPECIAL! 2 In Stock!
.,"! from Putnam Memorial Hos- A. JJ,911id, : y.H .. l' Charles E. Whitehead, C. W. Only
V t AuAARrf+one oucrioN ROULATEXen pital, where she had been confined Tombo; .sma h ,,Pf tl' St .tJnirversity. } Cojson, David G. ,Johns. John

nLMCROUP PRESENTATION I Y'asho6M! ate the past three weeks pf :Ge9rg, and ,Air. A'? .Pitts, Charles E. Johns, :
*>. 1 en rtor moson. following surgery Mrs. Rob- and s.f.'J!grown, Jr., pf Joseph J. Bellaporta; and ::::::5it< :::\: :' -PIECE. KROEHLER.
4iI ,.1'I, .. ry, interior woJli and ceilings I 'w :{;tglii;% 2 :
I rat I '" No I erts' sister Mrs. W. M. Goethe Sanford reswe'e\pn4 guet 4 Charles C- Johns. I :: :

:k SJJN. MON., & TUBS.NOV. : point afer quick drying of Sarasota. will arrive at the of ;Mrs.. $ojif l e Sflgilfr. ,The ,from Johns, State 'Vice L {+ff "! LIVING ROOM SUITES

I'r.: 19, 20, & 21 elIu $2> 25. I Thomas days home visit Friday while for ?several \1rs.I -. Georgiagame.all .attendgqi the. Florida-. s Preydent eaker{ discussing, lyas the featured : S

'+ 4T $6AL I Roberts is convalescing.Mrs. Mrs. R6b'er|;, ,,, Gejereiuf ofJacksonvillejs program R on'o} national the Jaycee :. M. +.,,:.,E ,. yl
? _l ihg T : .state. a arr.
r v EverythingsDucky I Bertha Pearce_ spent aper Sunday} ''and'' local level. As district dirfctpr.'lie -
N to Thunday'it4.. ,her, par u,
EVERY 2nd CAN FREE the weekend, in Jacksonvillewith -' also installed George
I land; Mrs. Robert .
.. Gj !
JP'
r Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ensor Rids s 1st vice president of
:
f BUY ONE GiT ONE t I I 'Mrs. Mary Beth, Peacock, and., while her. duty. husband with tbeNAS.is, ,in, pejmuda'on the }oval chapter: to succeed ro.

: I Mrs. Mary Lane. ... Mrs: Mary" '.Edwards pf Jacksonville Marion Harington-. .. ,resigned. aq py

rREs OF EXTRA COST ( ) I Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman is, spending. this week Plans' ,w e rem de for a New
E STABRJNC: spent the weekend withMr. with Mr. and 'Mrs. W. F. Her-. Year's Eve dapCe'to be 'held

y Mickey Ropneyi and Mrs. Comer Ferryman in, the USO.on: Saturday, Dec.

ENtty Hac elt MARY In Jacksonville and attended long.Mrs.. Linda Furillo of Lake 30> with, .music. < by. Jimmy Seaman -

:- They j tefe ljuddies, in the, CARTER PAINT CO. the Florida-Georgia a City Was visiting Miss PennyHollingsworth' and .Orchestra. Arrange
Z game. '' over the week- ments are, in charge ,jof ,A. Q. -
Kay! With a Tat diig Duck :
More Than 700 Stores Coast To CoastSPECI I Air and Mrs. Vernon Reddish Smith. social, cp 1rptan.. L. IcIiO -

j t ?: QtJACKY HUMOR 1 SMALL Mrs. Dave Paulk and end.Mrs.. Frazier Shaw and, son.; Jerome. Johns,and .. George I ,

a Mrs. P. D. Reddish are spending Gene, were: visiting Mr., and ,Ricks reported. on the FallConference v'I
W Cartoon.: !II i iJ APPLIANCESCOQKWARE I Saturday to Thursday at Mrs.[ ,Ovid Bennett' and family which" they- attended A 1f

.' C J 1o bf C JJt l t L I''the Reddish ,cottage' at Cedar in' Jacksonville over the weekend hi Bradenton recently. L

J .. I ii ,. I Key. They were joined over and attended ,the Georgia.;
: the weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Florida football .
game/
\'ED. TH URS. & American Home ,
\ FRI; N
J .,. And Mrs. 'Bert Lee of Sheffner Is Mrs: C. D. Williams, Mr. L. r-
Practical
:: NOV. 22, 23, ,& 24 Gift It msWHOLES'A'LE visiting her brother-in-lavr and D, Green,and Mrs. n". J. Clark Week Declared ; (Similar to Photograph)
I sister, Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Bridges -visited i Mr,.anfl'.Mrs.'Billy, Deal!
i for several months. ing)jn 'Jacksonville last Friday. By Mayor Chitt y
TO 1 Regular
OUR
MARY 249.95
E Mrs. H. L. Brownlee spent Mr, and;'Mrs. Curtis Do >souof
Randal F. r
Mayor Chitty has
I g gJ CARTER CUSTOMERS the weekend with her sister .Pelray'BeachandMrs.: Free proclaimed the week pf Nov. 1
Regular 259.95
Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh, In Lake man Harris pf, Coral .Gables 19-26 as American Home Week
Ideal Christmas Gifts Low I !were recent visitors of Mr. and
at Cost
J ,:- land.Mr. ''Mrs. in Starke. The proclamation
L. A.
and Mr,. H. L. Hough Davis. was issued in cooperation with are
I '. Y : had as visitors during the Mr. -na Mrs George R. Pow the Federation of Woman's We closing these 2 95

I kd r Mary Carter Paints weekend Mrs. D. L. Powell Sr., ell of Newton, N. C.. are. visiting Clubs and the Starke Junior $
.. Mr. and Mrs. Powell Jr., and Mrsl. ,j! H.Fields and C. J. Wntnan'a Club. styles out at ONLY ,

.b vR Mrs. Dan Price and children of Powell! Mrs,. Fields,,;and guestsare
Mrs. Jerome
Johns
., 321 N. TEMPLE AVE. I Jacksonville Mrs. F. W. Hough spending Wednesday to president' High Pile Frieze covers, solid Foam With
STARKE of the Junior
,
Club
.. FLA. said: "This
} h of Archer and Air. and'Mrs. jJW. Friday, in'.Cocoa"with... ._ Mrs is an annual ev.ent'sopported Cushions, Dependable Rroehler Quality Trade
J Derown of Rochester N. Y. Harold Ford.
?
; i.j ,. by our clubs throughout Ameri
i.I Mr and ,Mrs.- Paul Hawkins
I I : ca. The members of'the Starke ,
; I .
of Jacksonville
4 and ifrs. Mae
.L. J. _. i Complete Photographic Service Hawkins.of,Waldo were Sunday Junior'Women join with'Mayor .

_wu w' a. j guests of Mr. and Mrs. Titus Chitty and me ,in asking that I
i If7l [A A'AYilNN : Olson.. all of our citizens help us make I "It's A Fact You Can Do Better 'At"Denmark
..
I I "'?""' ., ...... .._ Cameras' .
i 1 ..-... ;I Mr. and 'Mrs. Giiy Sale will a week
this
..-. iDS I I I I.3UI I Hallmark Greeting- of realization that I .
t.Z .Irirarl_ w.. : I Film BULLINGTON, be in! Tallahassee ," .
i ';;;' -- .... over. the ,the American home is the basic /
_
\aUlCGllJf,. I'f ff' Watches. Cards I weekend as'guests of Mr. and unit of our society. The;I
I, "Feature Lock"Diamond Mrs. Bill Wainwright at the
I .. _- f. I ': FSU Homecoming and will ahso maintenance .'of our country,I Furniture Co0

.a I: tape'RecordersMo.and id'Ct( t;ShopStarke visit heir; daughter. Linda both spiritually and physically!' ,
i Kay. depends the
r Cartoon: Wedding on continued preservation -!

- \ : FIrtel'S; Gold PlioabpraPis" Jdrs.F..B. Beard and Mrs. W. .of the American. home. ;! r

: .. .. .L Florida, Sets B. Mundyrattended: the Baptist and the, civil liberties embodied I OFSTARKE'

. It< .. .._ j i WMJJ convention Ja Orlando on m',our home ." ;H 1

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THURSDAY. NOV. 16. 1961 ,r .. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA

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Foreign Students Starke Shriners Mrs. Morris Carter MrsAnnie Temlinson,' proved under the 1962 pro- ly beaten at their home.

Services For Starke; Mrs. Ruby Parrish gram. Neveils was actually at home

Guest SpeakersAt Entertain PotentateThe Honored At and Mrs. Edna: Gomez both ASC County Committee when authorities found his

Woman's Club Stork ShowerMrs. of Jacksonville; and Mrs. Chairman Felix Sapp says that wife at 2:15: on Wednesday,
Starke Shrine Club a|
Riley Sweat Maggie Tomlinson, Starke; the recommendations have August 30, but he was in jail
branch of Morocco Temple of
Miss Laurence Chauvin des Jacksonville, entertained .the : .,Morris Carter was honored and eight grandchildren. I been forwarded to the ASC on a drunk charge at 6 p. m.

GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-0651 i Fleurs' of France, and Kozo Potentate, Horace D. Graham Thursday evening, Nov. 9, Funeral services were held State Office in Gainesville and on August 30 when his wife

Nakanura of Japan, foreign Sr. of Jacksonville and Divanof with a delightful' stork' shower Held TuesdayRiley at 3 p. m. Tuesday in the that eadly approval is expected. died in the Bradford County

of given by Mrs. J, M. Alvarez. First Christian Church with Hospital.
students from the University
the temple at a' dinner in
Dorothy Ross First Baptist To Florida were guest speakersat the Garden Restaurant Tues Mrs. W. H. Green, Mrs. J. H. the. pastor Rev. Bob Badgett Participating in the develop- 'He was jailed at approximately -

1 Is Host ToEpperson Teach Mission the Starke Woman's Club day night Nov. 7. McCarthy, and Mrs. L. C. Sappat Sweat 55, died in a officiating- Burial was in the ment meeting were: Felix 3:45 p. m. on Wednesday -

meeting Wednesday afternoonof the home of the latter. Starke hospital Sunday after- family plot in Santa Fe Ceme- Sapp chairman ASC County August 30, after Deputy

Circle Study Book last week at the club house. The fdftuwing officers of the Upon arrival,. the honoree noon after an extended ill- tery under direction of De- Committee: C. E. Andrews Sheriff' Russell Redding.foundhim

Miss Chauvin des Fleurs a :local club were installed at this was presented a solid yellow Witt C.' Jones Funeral Home. vice chairman of the county intoxicated at his home.

I Miss Dorothy Ross was hostess The Mission Study Book business administration student time, ; J. L. Gentty, president; chrysanthemum'I corsage witha ness.Mr.. Sweat was born in Active pallbearers all nephews -1 committee: G. T. Huggins He was not charged' with the

I, to the Lorena Epperson "Hands Across the Sea. will in .the upper division at the A. J. Thomas Sr., vice presi: small doll centered in the Baker County on Aug. 14. 1906. : of Mr. Sweat, were county agent; W. S. Haas SCS death of his wife until later
dent Gene
Circle of the First Baptist be taught at the First Baptist University, has traveled exten- ; Long, secretary; midst of satin ribbons. the son of the late Perry Alvin Sweat Franklin Tom- technician: Don Champion after Redding had further in-
and E. W. treasurer.
Hayes
WMU Tuesday night. Afterthe Church on Monday. Nov. 20 sively in Great Britain Switzerland 'The hostesses wore corsages Sweat, and Honeer Larrimore linson, J. 'P, Parrish, Walter; Farm Forester; and H. R. vestigated.

meeting was opened with by Mrs. Fred Laughn. of the Austria Belgium Italy Many Shrines in thiS area, of yellow and white chrysan Sweat. He was a veteran of : Tomlinson Billy' Parrish and Ellis, supervisor Farmers Home *

Prayer by Mrs. Earl sear- First Baptist Church- Gaines- Spain Algeria and :Morocco as and their wives, were presenton themums. World War n, having servedin Ben *Kite. Administration. Social Security
t
ing. Mrs. Sale, circle this occasion. Games were enjoyed throughout
Guy a member of the "Information the U. S. Navy, and had Requests for cost-sharing
leader, presided over the buSi- ville.The study will start at 5:30( Center for Economic and Political the evening with prizes being served with the Bradford ASC Conservation under the 1962 program will A representative of the

ness meeting impressing on with break at Life. Party Honors awarded to Mrs. Morris be accepted starting Dec. 1 at
p. m. a supper County Sheriff's department Gainesville Social Security office -
each member the Carter Mrs. J. C. Batten and Practices To Be Set
importanceof 6:30. The will be com- the ASCS county office.CORRECTION .
: course After sptaking briefly on Birthday Of and the Starke Police De will be in the courthousehere
Mrs. Oscar witn Mrs.
taking part in foreign mis- Carter
pleted after supper. her economic and political life,' partment. He served three from 9:30'a.m.: on Friday,
sion work by contributing to Louie Belle Parks winning the
the Lottie Moon Christmas Tickets for the supper may :Miss Chauvin des Fleurs told I Dave PaulkMrs. door prize. terms as Chief of Police, the Members of the' Bradford Nov. 24. ,Persons who wish

be obtained from the Mission of her experiences since com- The last term ending last October.Mr. County Agricultural COnserva- to transact social security
hostesses The
offering.It presented the Telegraph was in error
was announced that Miss Study chairman in .each circle ing to the United States and Dave Paulk entertain- honoree with a bassinet as a Sweat was a member of tion Program Development last week November 9, whenit business or obtain needed information -
for 50 cents. that to coming her en at a lovely' dinner -party Nov. 7 to select the
said prior met
lx>ng of Gainesville, will teacha last evening at her memento of the occasion. American Legion Post 56 and Group stated that James C. Neveilswas should call at this
study course Monday night A European theme will be idea of the U. S. was "Cow- Friday In. appreciation Mrs. Carter the First Christian Church'of conservation practices for in jail on a drunk: charge time.
boys and Indians." In conclu- home,on Crosby Lake honor- ,
Nov. 20, at the church. Each carried out in the entire meeting Paulk's gave each of her hostesses a Starke. which cost-sharing will be ap when his wife was found bad-
ing Mr. birthday an-
sion she noted her appreciation -
member was asked to make a including the supper. of niversary.As gold Bible marker consistingof Besides his mother,survivors .
for the American Way
:
special effort to attend this ten' links, each link being Include his widow Ella Tom- A -,
the guests arrived they
course starting at 6:30.: 3rd Anniversary life.Mr. engraved with ona of the ten linson Sweat of Starke; two
: Nakamura, a chemical gathered around the snack LOOK WHAT WE'VEGOT
commandments.A
After the business session daughters, Mrs. Claire Wynn
Celebrated By engineering graduate studentgave bar on the patio where Mr.
the program chairman Mrs. variety of assorted mints and Mrs. Lucille Yarbrough;
a brief history of Japan, Paulk the
Mrs. Vernon Silcox presented I Larry WhiteMrs. was charcoaling and nuts were served duringthe one son Riley Sweat, Jr., all
citing some,of the oriental culture steaks.,On the patio the snack .
,
an interesting program on "I' evening, withr fruit cake of Starke; two. brothers Jimmy -I
of 2,000 ago. He told table covered with yellow FOR
Am the Way" with Mrs. Kate O. W. White Jr. entertained how the Chinese years had affected was a soft drinks, and coffee being Sweat Starke, and Joe t tt
checked linen cloth and
Sheppard assisting.At at a birthday party the Japanese culture centuries centered with 'a large straw served later to the many guests. Sweat,Baldwin;--four.....sisters
!
the close of the meeting -, Sunday afternoon for her son i ago and said that within the turkey around which were

; Miss Ross served a des- Larry on his third anniversary.The last few hundred years Indian clusters of pyracantha berries.A H. G.
party was held on the Bollinger
sert course. and Western culture have also D
!
lavender color motif
screened porch which was decorated was I EBIC CHR1TMA5j
Made
affected their culture and way RepresentativeOf
carried out the dining
for the occasion with on
Altar Society yellow and blue crepe paper of life. room table, which was cen- Farm AgencyH. L TARKE FLA. c,
In conclusion he told of the ____
Meets Tuesday streamers and balloons. The tered with a horn-of-plenty

white linen covered refreshment political and economic Japanof filled with grapes and fruit. G. Bollinger has been appointed DOUBLE FEATURESUN..MON.TUES. '. j ;
today. ;:
t\ .
St. Edwards Altar Society table was centered with a yel-1 The'students were introducedby In the living room the focal as exclusive represent- \ : '

met Tuesday evening in the low birthday cake decorated' :Mrs. Guy Andrews Chair- point was a fan-shaped arrangement ative for United Farm Agencyin NOV. 19-20-21 I '... I.1 \ II lltl
Parish HalL Frank Laifin of with the cowboy motif. of lavender chry- Starke and surroundingarea '' : '/
Relations. .
of International
man .
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Lake Butler was the winnerof The 16 youngsters fished for Preceding the program, Mrs.L. santhemums and fall foliageon according to an an- The Young Doctors : V. ." \

the afghan, sponsored by their favors from a fish pondin G. Powell gave the devotion the mantel. nouncement this week by C. -ANDTrapped : >' 3.DAY SPECIAL

Society. the yard. i al. The business meeting Four couples were invited to A. Peterson general sales ." /
I presided over by the president help Mr. Paulk celebrate the manager for the company in Tangiers J, !'<- } \ FAMOUS B1AHD
from the home office in Kan- ,
Mrs. D. L. Thomas a report on occasion. Plus CartoonWED.THURS. "

LORRAINE'S I the work of the Little Women's sas City.It \ Woven 0
said that the Gingham
s Club was given by the sponsor, Janet Hardy Hosts was com- NOV. 22-23
Is increase
experiencing
pany an -
NovemberBeauty I:Mrs. J. W. Kincald. DOUBLE ATURE
BHS of interest in rural
Mrs. Guy Sale, membership MajorettesMiss
chairman, presented the follow properties, with sales and in- Three On A Spree ,: .. i\kJ '

ing names: :Mrs. Freeman Reg- Janet Hardy was hos- quiries breaking previous rec AND -
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j. TOGO't
ister Jr., Mrs. Orie Wiggins tess to the BHS majorettesat ords.United : ". '

Reg. $12.50Zoios Mrs. John Haney, :Mrs. L. D. a delightful dinner party is one of the nation's The Little Savage ..

Whittle Mrs. H. G. Bollinger, Friday evening before the largest brokers of I rural real Plus Cartoon \ .
/ All .fabrics
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Moisture Wave perfect quoljty
-. $9.00Reg. Mrs.. Millard Judd and :Mrs. football game. estate and has over 300 local '-

$10.00Rayette Jerry Gay. All were unanimously The attractively appointed offices, coast to coast. FRI.-SAT. NOV. 24-25 in beautiful inches 1 patterns.wide. / .

elected to membership. buffet table was overlaid witha DOUBLE FEATURE ; :. /
Body Wave - $8.00 During the social hour the pink .linen cloth and cen- AIRPARK BAPTIST .': -

hostesses served a salad course. tered with a pink floral arrangement CHURCH One Hundred and ( V# .\
HfJ
Reg. $8.50Lanolin Decorations carried out the in a silver bowl. One DalmatiansAND ..

Permanents =' - $6.50All Thanksgiving theme.Woodman's The dining room table where Morning Sunday Worship School, 11:15 9:45: a.m.a.m. DREAMY 'NYLON TRICOT

the seven majorettes sat was -

School AgeChildren's Circle covered with a cutwork cloth Training Service.IInion\6:30: p.m.. Eve. "Desert Attack"Plus AN D., ACETATE 1 .
ping' .; 8 pjn Rev '1

Permanents $5.00 Holds Annual in and a centered milk glass with bowl pink and roses pink Robert Haisten pastor. I II Cartoon ': .:

DUters
Social EventThe candles in milk glass candle- Quilted $
!
Place cards marked .
I. holders. ,
Monday and Tuesday Specials Woodman's Circle held the seating arrangement. Also Florida Pest Control's Sale of :

SHAMPOO A&&* SHAMPOO, its annual social at El Rancho enjoying the affair were Mr. 09'' Others'D.9D

SET, Restaurant Monday evening and Mrs. Hugh Ingram Mr. t 5 3.99 Jo"oxurious ,

& SET HAIRCUTReg. with 12 present for the dinner and Mrs. Elden Mathews, and Beautiful. HardyVARIETY i .
Mrs. Hope Harper of Keystone I .,.
Reg. $1.75 party.
m, il way to greet the morning and chase
$3.25 Spiritual musical numbers! Heights. f t, .( chill Warmly quilted, washable; dripdryBeau- t '

$1.50 \vf $2.75 II were presented ,by Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. E. Hardy was .assisted I q rt 1. > ,, tiful lace trims. Solid color ana attractive

Irvin Diddle of Palatka:, during in lerving; by" her- augh- I i t prints. SUM 10 to.20. ,rf' _
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the dinner. ; tel's,-Jayn end June. i
Colbrelle Tints Reg. $5 3.50 .
During the business meeting I ,fr/t.

plans were made for: helping 12th Birthday '

Open Every Day-Evenings by Appointment... the needy at*Chrlstn1q .,? ws. at be AIL I

Phone Now and be ready for the Holiday Season Ruby -Griffis was welcomed t i into Celebrated By
I the group as a new member. I I FirstQualityMerchandise
ahead! I Sharon NoegelSharon II

Ii I Y 'a ,.

i Recent Births Noegel celebrated Thursday & Friday-November 16 17
Lorraine's I
Beauty Shop. her 12th birthday anniversary, r ,
Mr. and Mrs. Guinn T. on- Nov: 4- when her parents;'' Gusraateecf

Richardson of Starke announce Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Noegel, 1 2 YEAR ,for

410 Short Street ((1 Block East off St. Clair) the- birth of a daughter gave a spend the night party I I: ,

LORRAINE CHAMPION, Owner' I Ida Sue, on Nov. 7, at for her at''their camp in the FIELD GRO WN3iC Sa"slcfonNq
.f.
Bradford County Hospital. Scrub. I Ml 1
I
Enjoying the affair were I I

Sarah Shealey, Harriet: Lou- I I BE7TR WAY TO SAT,

.don, Beverly Crawford, Margie_ I 'MRRY CHRISTMAS'
Dowling, and Kathy Hitchcock. h ;t -

THAN WITH LUXURIOUSSWEATERS .
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I ,. -:( r YCMI WramOOTHtS. .J 1, Mrs.' Gritting i "4
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EACH
to make deposits with us. .
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Held j jI jI
Services
> II Now! Bloom Christmas Deep knit bulkies,
: I Plant By smooth knits, hand
.. I Mrs Mamie Elizabeth Dar-:I stitched looks in car 99

'C.. ) : by Griffin 78, died fin a I digan and slip-over 5 Often ,
I NOT WAXED FIELD FRESH styles.. Brilliant s new .
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t Starke hospital,Sunday,morning !, 2.993.99,4.99Lovely ,
: I after 'a brief-11lness. 'She :I colors. in sizes 3040. ..
Of Course You Want To Select Your Own Varietiesi
widow. of, the late ,
was the ? i '
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Thomas Jefferson Griffin i :

> r I long-time railroad agent here, !i
tL
who died i in 1955. I I OIFTHAN.DBAGS1.

Mrs. Griffin' was born in 39c Varieties 39cI

Baker County on April 1. I ; 1/

a 1883 and was'the daughter: of :f I { '
the late Charles E. and 'Rosa i I each each 199 AlI 299 ,

Pz .a Green Darby. She had livedin I I .
Radiance .
> ; Starke for more than .60 Red
the
new handbags > sea c
.w. years, and WM''a member of Pink Radiance son's smartest styles and shapes P '

a. the First Methodis Church. Caldonia (white) ., ;, stunning little! clutch bogs tolaroe K,
I Block and smart
'Q 1 include roomy ones.
Survivors one Condesa (To Tone) colors. i
I ; MW ."
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daughter, Mrs,Thelma Mendoza .
.you can x l"
( of Jacksonville; a broth- Eclipse ,
LAVISHLY LACE TRIMMED
BANK BY MAIL -. I er" James.E.,Darby of Tam- Red Ripple .
pa; three sisters Mrs. Mabel, '. Talisman (To Tone) NYLONTRICOT SLIPS '
Jordan. Oviedo; and Mrs.

!iI! atgnyhovtl Carrie Ritch and Miss. Annie I Doctor (Large Pink) Finest knit opaque tricot generously lac. trinvned ft

Darby, both of Starke;, ,two I Crimson GlorylcFarJand at top and bottom. 4gon for better fit, .7. .

l i Write, phone, or stop in for free moiling forms, and try ill ; J I'grandchildren,:and one great *', \ (Pink) Shadow panel front. Machine washable. dry in ].9

grandson. a wink Snowy white i in sizes 32 to 52. _
Red Blaze Climber and others
1t Funeral I
!services were held

t at 3 p. m. MondaYin the First I I
Trieot t Gowns g
: Lace Trimmed Nylon I
s ,. Methodist -Church with the I I : '
pastor. Rev. John R. Brabham WE HAVE PATENTED ROSES
t 100%' nylon' tricot knit In waltz length styles. I
y officiating. Burial was in the 4

IDA. I family plot in Crosby ,Lake Peace ,. ? Marindy' Beautifully lace trimmed. Cap sleeves and sleeve 199 i t

1 Cemetery .under"'direction 'of I ; "' "'. .'k .',..t.n i .' less. Pastels and high shades. Siu 32 to 44. !

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral I, :

-Hoaie., '. ", ffelh letirti .r.Itfvlsr, lesjtfc '1.S9 '' '
) FLORIDA: PEST CONTROL ._ & .
= *MK if if mmMt Active pallbearers were Gewos I* AceUrfi Tncet ; -- :: t .c '

-- --,- ,- <- Jerome Johns, Sen. CharleyE. I '
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'- --
I AND CHEMICAL COMPANY\
OF 21IAHKS OF THt FLORIDA NATONAl CROW MCMSIR FCOEftAL KPO&7 INSURASCC COM" Johns Herbert Darby
Harold Jordan and Laurie Phone Call -4 We Gash PayriM 6fcMks F EEJ!
1.'Edwards.- !964-3965. 539 E. St. 1? }

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of 3riffis the,season.cam.lri raiseo Before by'* nuih-Lloyd: ;;I '. ,....,. T'. ... y t. ''' ., ...rv. t -3v.*i?. ... ....' .-- > ....,...... .

I It. i. er of oiher ;grbwer/hi'vf', ; ..theirplants ..... :

" + 'in the. gratin" '.Haws. : ,1 ):) : : : S '&i.'v*"}*

ter., there have been! -a number \ JYo&re Invited : _
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of pjaniuigs: ;made 'whSre ; ., ; .,

f irrigation Is available. Lloy.d) :;: .; 1 ': : '4' ,. -I- e. .' --'- ,.. t'. : "J: J.t "t ... '. .' 1 1 '
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a believer in seting i. i <
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' :any as August if.coridi.ionsi I! ."v,"? .' ,, '" .I '. r,!. ; ,' Ilf 0 .. ...,. -I' ;
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Everybody out .'1) the country H "

f 1 : r / gave a big sigh. of relief; : f;:: TO "JqYf FREE'r' qKl U'

las'tfEe : when word I
;t r was' ', .., "i .,.r.t.lf. f,
: Clashed'that the two despei'aroes ; J- Hi t '\.a vi

: who killed the trqaper,. I i: C' .

zA f had been causht lip hi ,0204'- I IN STARKE. EVERY E4FL L I

t 'Ip gia.Vhile .the killers.aver \ )' '.t ttf ).<.jl. ...' I :

loose it was a ions week, with; i '.{..: ,, ': ",
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F. many anxious moments, awe > '* TURRA'!' : \ ,, : : :

were fairly[ sure that they I j ,i.:. ,< .t\ t ," i. :: ..fthe ,

had passed at one time within j :;t.: I : w _
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a short di tance of wi'hom .
1 The ,iras loaded 1
shotgun : and i \ h

ready, and. _if "' Sam wasn't S \ .' r
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I ;T : scared stiff he was niiahty' 'lWt@fiate public i to $ ( :
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-. : close to It. re. once our uPh.. .

FI .i ;t I .'*&$T Dtyln 'aiid> ,?,re pleased W note. tliafoirr i ftreeti .t :' ,

Had our first citrus that we .. '
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raised ourselves this peek' a lire rnucFi busier-looking on Sattirddyi'rldW.>< l'; ;t: / f. : j 'f.
fine, ripe Satsuma' ,and itcer, t -
: tainly was.a treat. We've tried : .i(.. .. ;. ..r. b I .. . ,.... .' ,- Stump's 17tt pt. toi eF'EE
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: raise sweet"oranges and : .'- ,'"',"- i' f. .

F i grapefruit but' they were killed ,: PARKING. ON SATURDAYS ** just one. .. Therefore wi must- appeal the loyalty of tho'swanf \fli .
!by"cold.. it
a- _, we: can 1 ai'e'But SatsumasV looks'like arid of thfjnany, things 'we SUrke4 mercfiahtjf,are pUimin. i | to' see our'area'vr um 1n-'1 rie i .next- Hundred ,years, t
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:a. t r- si'.-.. .: tHey are good, : .'.I'. 7 for'6or'fnVrds and customers during ,t the holiday< ; season- ., just:.as il jtfS: ifs its'lfst.( c"en1ury.. We: do'. not ask any

arse Ai a 'iheetihg of t the Retail Merchants ,.Association; ..1 last t special farbcs--but ,\\:ede dfek' {hit everyone :show .Jill! '

It was a pleasure to welcome i see{c it was decided to decontte to
Lonnie Barley member ; store fronts in he-brisi- t Ut fti the community. by "trying Stark stores first.?:
as a.new -
} of the Soil CansinatiiinDistrict ; HIs S t> Mid \ Uh special Yuletide decorations ,s o |ha, ( .- is"a .
Check For they wilf.be moH.attractive( *.' There weekly' newspaper i in a small town in. AlaIE" ,
lStQOO Makes Supervisors this \\eek.lIe and more, Christmas thane ba m (hit carries this
.slogan ever, week: "If YOU! trade
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replaces J. B. White, who i before. In addition (ti this,. and Fr 6utofo\trt .
e'SatdrdaY"Parkink and I trade-out of town, what will becofrte 'm
served for many rears on tlU ..
\ Industrial Park More UrgentIt Board. ) our stores arej also.planning td stay open till 9 o'doe .dljifj t t tO)ire.?" -Everyon'e,. dows. .he answer: of, ,course: =='. .
f' .
S. 'I on' .Fri4ay,riiglils( { .starting pon,and ,wjll alsob t ?.-open allday I and !il >'<.se.'t. ( ,a lir b ftY -picfura.! Vacant buildings, dilapidated'. : ,

., has been several years since we!thing' happened that serves to once again i Checked *i"tij Farni Forester j ,;,Wednesday. for the ;last \yednesdaysbefor schools' and" cRrfrcnps( cjumblin tax .stftfctiirl, .Y oniipeople t. .
first the"a J}> j Don Champidn l this5! brieka-: j ; mig liHg' t64tiie7ciy! | | work
ran :: tQ.fJ9d neglected ;
O\'e photograph aridj focus attention on the importance of irfj i Cht'8tni.' : .f .
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\bout :
the _
'dead :
needles 't. 1- horttes'and
proudly announced that ; on oar I eventually; of .course-the final l.cafai1ti( fhba .
Starke had at;: ]Industrial Park. This happy occasion;; j dine! < t : ) ,
soon-to-be-develbped 40-acre tfeesDorXlaid'thld drop ''All these' Jhlrigs done -- T4)vi'livtrt| : 'dyr joses": jp a Situalion:pf,,tKa 1
Industrial I t I i was the receipt by our_new BradfoiCounty '' i is seasonal tind thaTit is prq- are being for the convenience tfiid Na abtid i' | .
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t Park with which to woo industry. But !i Development Authority of its''II 'bably! heavier.: tlia&i' :usual b'-. Of shoppers in )t .8hlrlte trade area'and iris .hopedthat + wins. .

i' the "Industrial Park" today remains just i!I first check for $15,000 from, the State' (cause oT the Extremely;,! dJwpather : f fa will show your 'appreciation 6T the iHeYchahts' ef..; We Sre' proud of ,the fact that ,Stump's Store has

as it was then-uneven of terraine and ;I!. Race Track 'tie said s ,I forts hfrisking a firm resolve to boy
Distribution. This puts the1,; ;she .heedle. Ii e'verjrthinf. jto- been 1.Kefe)fl i sears-half as long as Bradford has been Y I,
overgrowntith trees and underbrush, I|I Authority "in business." It has money'; |drop wEe They a'T... 'i'b as ::1,t I sible, this Christnjas, right. here at home. '. ,. !uftty. Wi'J e A ti ,
!; old so the growirij:ih3 dobI,I I "J! :; k@gw "4t "heme traders ve Wit t blur !
presenting a discouraging arid !!! ..
unattrac-j :in the bank and is to ; toIeand i
ready negotia] j is' a .It se'ems ,:_ ada. .f st {tstbe.Hf t94tmu far
live.sight to any industry that might be j I with ping continuing process.- 1 appropriate:that we should be:emphasizing ity. ,.
f interested in any industry that might' be interested j; right .noel;.the future( gr6wth ihd .df t..t taike halt! e."t'P'Yi: 'sj !\ti belt t !t'stthay: contrllfut tE d':
coming Kere. prosperity '
I I in coming here. i ; tb '
j See wKe're (fie State Board t. e'erythin ( d.ttt
This is not written in ; andBradford County for our county will.be IM.yekjsold ; tftJ il.i-9: '>yliel f.9nt. i in the. coininuititp.
a spirit of That is '
it is
why important now to'I of Health in a meeting last December. T" 11onieiade# >w .:u tt
Itwas
criticism of the fact that ,our Industrial I again concentrate combined city week took steps*to m13at! 6th.' established on Dec. 6tH.J,86J. and, Without \ jun rii'hftolviry
andj c ibwnj i him it would
by a legislative': creating from be impossible to
Park has remained unimprpved. Indeed, j county efforts on getting our Industrial; thi dangers of usins soincj at, part of] pld New l rij. carry. ;
there are very good j ]A agricultuVal' J1oMoni. Sarathio River.County, and, naming it for Capt. Richard flradford .pt 1\' .
,
reasons why this is Park into at least a reasonable facsimile! l > n the first '
true. Other projects; of a more: "emer of the name it bears. At present it looks; is on J of the deanI1es : Cut"\ .:" Florida> ...... officer killed in thd-tivil, War. : fc Therefore, we mercliants take tfiia opporTunity to

,ency" natnre have come up in the more like an abandoned garbage dump there. are others: ; an3.iarnjers, \ :Trading a\\ home is what has built our' Sjfres oay.lppreciation; 'to the "home trader" and:pled .
eau be too careful, in community
pieanwhile that required the pooling of (which. part of it actually is than ho"K.I' fHTnt'lH hifmble o' r bes'ft effortrrtdstlo v QUi appreciation t
jity ) a they. handle,them.1 ,. .' "wide Spot in the road" 'tl\/Jt It was i* ": ikf: mo' e (|ngj.
and county resources. To name a | park.. .t. ; RtirldFetf years ago, to the >&ent prosperous, town' {refs pie J dayb'coniinuin: \to improve. our: merchandise,.our..

&nd few, these' have of Included the cleaning, A step forward was taken last week'' n'! c&i\t eiinaius: imte, but 'i 'we'.art..so. roud of.Af burse! folks in i 'tRe old] days'ilfdn'i s'rvicean: ." the physical, appearance of .our storesS'itlt i{ :; I:

widening Alligator Creek channel ; 'when City Council accepted a bid for noradars.this., onc4 common t hfrjmuch.choice, about( tritdifi,g sit home, because ther cpnjljnned .jtooffrjftlbn\ ;;., .between..the vmrchant andthi5; '
.the development. of a site. for. the new i:timber on the tract, event js scarce home trade" oar tn-ftcan '!
no ,
surplus > preparatory tp having and titer jt! lM0 J : autDllttbiWs1.ahd.! ,qo ,hard roads '(p. take them : o places. -, :>.}' .-;
1 property warehouse: construe it cleared. are very' few hetH in {twit SC1 Meivherc J .whenever they'wanted: to ."
Jibn of new fair grounds, and several''' With in the tion of the country.rToo ; go.-XQwaflays wejdo Mis'Cnri9tmasseyon; : -TRY STARKE STORES/'ii: :;
money bank and an at : \ hate t these conreijiences, arid ,
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shoppers ; i lItST
FI
f others It i is only natural that the less tractive area for possible industrial K"j fort still like. the ba'\\ bee of cap \isit a nun* find.Ift'a see,*hat awonderful 1 differenceitwill': '" "'
development nearby cities in (
pressing Industrial Park should" be '| local syrup better. than anwe've ... -_. -.,. onla 30 or 46 .minutes; drive.. th k S ". ., :. .
,
neg our county would ahj ., i t I t 't' "

lected until,these more urgent projects enviable position among Florida's occupy 6 7.,i boughtJn* :4'the store. I ..*".,........-- <. _- i- r ".,- '. . ': '. .""., ....SiT :., ,- . \.. :' .. ." -;;,.."F- '.
were disposed of. ', .t." .. .. .. : 'f! f< ', :
I As soon as practicable, a start should be The ., 1 -- a s :. ',-.C, : : y.
redfish :
r: Bat within the past few days some; made on getting this area in snape.utlits II show up in the are Gulf starting and in .... ;>.. : ..' '. : .' < ": ." .' .::, .. I ; ,jf"r'l"...*: ', : ; .. i.1. ft'-

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the rivers [si* a'. 7,1-2 l b. : t. ,

Of Clerk And County Judge one caught foils welKT..Ibome .; 4 ;. -i.1 '. .r -.. .

u cold .weather. we're'' going .to. :.


bow' Offices Well Managed try DOn to. get Champibn some.. and. .Leon" nl/f/ WIfJRE' YOUR TRADE, BUILDS S- H f cojM IYTHATBARKSDALE'S SERVES ;


Newspapers are sometimes accused i income was properly remitted ; fees |Carter told a"' good' Joke. on !J #jt E.

..of "playing up the bad" and soft-ped-
filing the good" when it comes to plaCing'' by' law and expenses were properly supported i ; ,on j thatcertain'exhibit, at' the fertU ers,'Fair were 1 ....: '.,{' 3'i'."- ... ; ..J' '.. YOtlitiET. OF NEED!';.;. i .. ; :>, :

; records were accurate recent. ",. :J: ,: ..tyr.. ,,..: .'t'f.. "
and well ,
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emphasis
on the ,
this and : ,
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news. Perhaps
,a i when the: bags were left \ -./.'. :.. A' I:, .. t t .'. fl-: t.n: vr : !' '.. /'.., ," : ,
and ._... I. : "" .
kept complied with ,
human weakness, easy to fall into in aneffort the requi ;e-j i beHui3 W the exhibitors"fKose" -- -J. -.Ii I I..i.J.11 : .> ,. '. J .t_ > '.:'){ :
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merits of Florida statutes. i two \ ". .. ., ..:..
I hauled 17 bags lay '" -. .
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to give readers "what they want In regard to the County Judge he''\ {Only Hen they hafi completed '. :;.....', .. t'0' .. .;.' ;
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td read. Its! 'sad but true that a -bank auditors said all the >FL 0 i ID A P ST f. : ''
: collections of record ; job did they find ONT OL .; :GEM <: 1 .
teller who misappropriates funds makes were the bags ., :. ::,, : JEWELRY ,
accounted for; license: collections) eontal 1 dSaiTd .t! .. iI -' :.'.J' .. t .... <. ,' .
news, while one who goes along, :an honest job day by day gets little, if' annual reports of income and ; wa1rriTt ron >t0"* -J&I- :.& .:. ; :wr ,,' ANDREWS DRUGS t : .; ""'T''
any, attention. Such i is life. expenseswere Otm* la til 'Y 1 'f' .
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filed > -'
as required by law and elect fertriu 5 .y- '
were jftf >a.- : ;
: But just to vary the routine a little, accurate BR 'T. H : .;.. '
: ;; expenses were reasonable and II' t6 I' l.ftti, SLADE DENMARK "
we'd like to call ,-W1 FURNITURE'CO. 7
attention to the J. .
recent .most ,were -properly supported by vouchers; GR; ,' ,," ... 1 1 > '
audit of two Bradford County I retirement deductions were properly ( !. Tllil :J C K dN BUILD+ supp vL : .
:Officials w.ho.have Ctrcii.t, C irf of fit e G ,
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consistently been given F.1&at' NOR SUPPLY"
ducted and remitted. e-\\ h.lrl.1 .Ctreiit; Ifad .. ,. TH FLORIDA '
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good audits since they have been i ini' Not :< F F .1'.11c..tT' "' ') "': '!! ,. ', -
a9rd. of FI.pi4a. r
critjcismwas\ made U "ctjaetrT' .
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Office-Clerk of the Court Charles A.1 of either office. Gordon 'ThoitipdontiCherrtilet: MiTELL'S DRUG .STQRE' : \ :
Inc., rialntlff-! CJfdnf' ;iL CO MMUNIXt S f E lIA"u(
parby, and County Judge T. A. Yawn.! .. otSTARKEASSOCIATESTORE
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I, It i is a pleasure to commend here 3)oa'Iilff'tnE. J. Dowling; her ] : 1J '" t. .. "I' .. .
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In huhahd. '
; regard to the Clerk, the state audiItpi's two officials i on Defendant ihf f. .
their
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consistently'good XOTl E' SALE JOHNS SHCtfl
qF '
BEAUTY
'wire said accounted; that all for collections of record audits, andthe conduct of the .affdir s.;of tT .otlf"itnd: 1 is,'r6i hfrebtsired t nedr Commlm.t.lult f ". W 5t E MAOrO', :
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; annual reports of: their offices : i ; '
should b6 ersaDB.Ptai4d.brthbFltUDe !
of great ;isafrs-{ .
income and expenses were filed '! I. cree herein l'ntl'red'01t the ;%: T ARo GUILDERS SUPPLIED T.I, .r.. :Z' v ; '
as re-!faction to '
the citizens <
Pl : ;
quired by law and were accurate !!,I' of-Bradford? Counil'ty. at day public of October.' 1981. willeel. f .. EST'S ": )

; excess. .. I J legal h-ours'of' tfutcry'durtur' ,. Ufe. y- *; : .: ... c k .... 'rE .
: ... :8il: )) thd : 'th -'. i .
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St rk Bradford .
; getting his fertilizer money County,' .Florida the. following : ) [ "#'-, Ir:' .. ,, '"," ..t i -'j--I! "'. ..

Farmer's Diary back. lands Bradford..t and ..tf 'Florddi} ;.iD :.,. .' '.. p .. '. .., .-..', ,t.J':.... ,..., ;tOp' : : ', ,' .' .. .. ..
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Counts to- "iofl'BSINS' &
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o wit: .7:*, ... ... -- ". } > .
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T1As A oue.htitt:. t"cre Jn J1thelt rcorner e .v l a ULLIl IGT0N, k ""1;,'._' .' .' 1,J' ',.. .., t"' ._.._..,
By Sam 'M Gar\'eyi A flurry of t ; STUDIO .' _. .. _\ '
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rains ,
dyerthe: .ef -e t: y ope hati: o f : ; 'f ... ,' .t.-. ; .,.,- j t. ) r .,. ;.
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County have helped Block 1 ttollthFof.RlaR' ?*W* f o' ': .. '
a the',berry ..7 .. 1. .WI .: ,
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of :Simon J.lTelllple'lII Subdivision *IAbFbRI .. .. ,.#. .
D U'If'MSrJE'vlELftY.'f
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Opening at growers. At this time' of the of land B IDQING.SYPP.LX-rf .. '....".' .f
jrjces the pecan at 1>mpl Mill and : : : : i.:. .,;; ; "" "I"
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4 year we can expect the first h >ini? rurtiI jlat'tlcuUrly described If ; .'; ."; '

auction were disappointingand I cold of the as follows, to-*it: E\G 'S'' fJ :._ .' ... FREa'S MARINE CENTER; : .
;, some of the growers "no season and frosts, inning at th# !Southeastcorner t t .' ". ; .
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of said
sated' and took then 'pecans all of which will produce.,that Block> 1 South,west Rana5 one-half West oJ, K HiS"DRutf5to : f '"a : 'f r a '-- Viy-i-J*.. "i; ,\j TE*'' '

back home with them' One "cold and dry" condition that ii t i!1I thence' runoldgortherls; par' 5, : S FARMERS -
SUPPLY
aIM with the !SAL P.ailroa '
: .".' ,T., ...,. M- '; t4-- .. .. .,.,. :
grove: owner,, :who fertilized damages plantings, so much. Tracer 13: feet thence AVesterlj I. SfOKPfS .r '. ( -1. \ ,
I : ) y .. ._ -fl. ""-
t parallel j with xVnter Street y2U .r. ... _.u.. :, ''1
his trees at a cost of $600,j'A ago feet' Jh -'.: i ... '" f .
, year last week we had aiM *-ith the said &.VL. Railroad .' THEA 00; ..
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't. fl..9RID
said he :' '
I is worried .now about Jne.first cold front of .the Tract$ 105 ft, thence Ka terlj! .;*;: SLAtiEtiis-ea "' ''

, '" I. ,. .0 .- s ,_- -1 ....a-1 :10 and feet parallel' to the with Point C'utn of Begin Street .. .' d't ; FLORIDA,BANK ATSTlRKE'rERWILLEG41J..ldOTOKS

.. .- t ninlf.;.T r : ," : ,t-= .v. 'i ,, & ... : '
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to the highest .
THE BRADFORD' COUNTY TELEGRAPH '. and ben biiaet ro i & ... : .
for r. J "" .
ESTABLISHED 1879 l.i $lfl-V')0 cash. will sad h' the required deport' tf 'the t. r. ,-t 'Jimmy Moot ; : ,
I.. .' high, .'t bidder on sale and the .. jC a ..\. v&STARKETTRE :|RADFQft.p, BOUNTY TELEGRAPH_ .i 1t
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i balance 'of .
i purchase price'be ..to. Stit4 $ RTS : r .
Florida eldest weekly' paid tae 0 SALES
to Commission rf ., J.i.
'; > Newspaper Published. Con- . j the within sale,twebty all tear hours of ," "f' ', ... '.. ".. ". ;; ; STAftK&='ttUPHONE: o"r.; ,;
rsu.atto jwid. s : t .
S1 tlnuousl Under The Barns i q. LdUlSE :V"rt > .
Final Deere and to tHe Deer RENNER '
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FLORIDAVlittM 0
t SlaitKead :,.
of
Sale :
o. r rendered herein! on the '.r"

L i... .Asso: TO! .. E., L. 0 l1IATTAEtL . Srd A.da#J.of Thomas)November, ,. "*. .*, .Wf a Jelt b't o y.D4triitit: ; r. ., CARP'S :'," '. r

II .1. ,. . C.uu'n4r.(. FnfctfCommissioners 11.... l '
: : ': I f X/ Editor-and, Owner. in Par ti.r. .. __. 00 ._. .
:*jl '>Ii t ....\ 11":_..I.'l :\ 11.i' E ;

: ." SUBSCRIPTION RATES ... .:'..,. 1. .._ . (Oni/iliseriesQ'/ Je5ir4b' ..eJ.wk mj '
'. / IN TRADE AREA OUTSIDE TRADE AREA 1 l' COURT : .m. $s : ; f" fitl: 9iit. !!, !4bjI "
b OFia rEAR 3.00 ONE YEAR-, '-. ...3.50- ... ', '- Ii.dJ ..t: l.t.'a ,,' .
1 '.V* '' 'SIX .MONTHS -- ?1.73 SIX MONTHS. ..- .. 2.00 !,. I! SHQE :REPAIR Cf! iJ11P.aifdvstaconcern to ." f :! .'...._,....,.' '"<.-L"- ..".... :..
THREE.. MONTHSLOO THREE MONTHS t.23 '" 35 yrs. Expcriefice Jff'ttJ fl.l! : Ui11JftIj "" : '

\ i : Pobllahfid F.aclI.ThU1'5da7- Entered as Second Class Matter"m' I. 126 North ,Com.St ; ( I I .W ; t. .y qJJj: i; ;

r .'I... '. ftt the Post Offtceat,8tatke..F1L-undu. Act .of March S, 13.' ...Starke. .. .. Florida ... .. . .. ... ... _. ... ... .,. ..... .. ... (
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.THURSDAY. :NOV. 1G..1961
rRaAFA.FiR.CAI' 'TT, tELEAn.\rJL; .
t. : S-LUZJLE.I .n.or.nu. : FAfiFV fl\'"
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Baptist .C. hurch SeiyicerHe/dF. / '!I w.'r.. ,., .-, '

Broken 1 _
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Gash. Stolen -.. 'd' For Arthur Wood _
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A pair of hede shears! an' w: ]. Arthur Wood 92, of Starke, I ;' ....
$7.35 in stoler .., M- died ',: i .
tpasl were r Tuesday mcrnins in a : ....
when someone-. : entered th Y -._-.... ( ,.>C.: .8 ,.< local 1. cw val scent home after i :. ...
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First Baptist Church late ,; _. .: an extended illness .n. .. ?
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Tuesday night. November 14, :_ *Mr .Vo"'* was bon Apri1 ,Nl' .411..
accoroUngr to' the. ""'Starke. 'Police 14.t 136 in Orpng: on, K"::A., .,.."<: Or Your .. ..; ..

Department. x England and was: mar i:'j tc "''r'
wav
.. Annfe S. G3oHnmuoh %n N i'",
The church was: entered: byway ;
,. 8, 1899 in Exeter NEW y.
a'' of an unlocked door in 4 England. ;c
i the north wing, 'office Ken- ,, Thry C-iilt tO Hit: ViJ-i... L "\1\. .K.y

neth Fuqua stated. The cul- ,. States b; way: of Canada in 4 t
,
.r5'ra
prits broke "into the stock w ,k 1903. and h-d lived in.S::ark\
room, took npthlnj. but went .{'g w ,; '?;'" ,.;,,,. I since 1921. He became an

", onto the secretary's office and ". .. .y. '",' ,' a'I' ,,''j<,'. '',";::: 1Jt. -'," (1925( American citizen on D c. '8, /J(J(j(j!? '1

took 60 cents from the desk. 'h.' ;It"r- : '" '. } ;" and was a memoer ol
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: -if: ;;, ..f'i'! > ,.. .- the First Methofist Church.He .
From there they entered the '4!,, ,; : i-". '. : : ,:rif; .-,-'.,; ..' .'- Tours-rri.-Sat.-Ssin. ....
+ pastor>; office.. by breaking a .1 : ... ..i... M : .,..),,,.!.-;;, ""," .-...,''"''';..-..'. .' '' "'-',>''',,',,,,'', i is survived by one datigh-
'ii ,
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ter of
v"- Mrs Grace Osborne
pane (glass from the ,door I ,. : ,',ff,:.. ....,.... "- ':", '. ..''" ._".., ,"'" ." ,.',,:'""'""<'.a" -. 'iIi"" ',.:"'''':i1i<<;,,' ;."";',-:.'" i|iHouSto n, Texas; a son, Glen November 16-17-18-19 -
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and opening. it from the inside .- ....-.._ ,--- : "." i" ;" : ti
"' ; "" :{ ,c, Wood of Jacksonville; and two
{. and took $6.75 from: A\I < p :. 1t.' .:..... ..i, !;.;', :;., j. grandchildren.
desk drawer,.Some checks also I @ @ !lJ
Funeral services held 'pjl.j MA
n the desk were le"rt behind.'Fhe Halfback Bill Jackson, numoer ZZ a: left, is shown running back a pass interception for at 10 a.m. Thursday were in Jones OPEN 7:00 AM 11:0'0 ,

shears) "fere. ken""frfII1! 49 yards. lie Is getting an aasbt! from fullback Tom Gardner, and guard Arthur Holliday.. ,.Memorial Chapel with 'ReI \'. : .w :

the __ __ -
jStore1;fOm.rFingef'prlnts r -- .- I John R. Brabham, pastor of the f';

V 'wens taken',,by Homepojning 't. / I;, ,, I First 'fethodist Church, offi For Your Shopping Convenience M

BradfflOf l pounty .Sheriff's De- i ciating. Burial was in Crosby .
partment. 'Police Officers f ;:Lake Cemetery under the direction k m'ii :

DAYS mm --7
Clarence: Hutcheson and.F\lqQa\ Tornadoes of DeWitt C. Jones Fun- SJ!?@ ,.
TOD Santa Fe
Investigated I' the incident. )I ral Active Home pallbearers were T. T ''Jj .sir

Long, Gilbert Goldwire G. S N. Temple Ave. U. S. 301. .
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[Continued Onel ... _- '_'.. .- -__._- .. :;
Prom Page 'Newcomb W. = ::. ]i = =: ": ": ::': :. : :: :
B. Sevrell. W. H - .
STARKE Hushes because he came :' Xollman, and T. H. Slad .rN

FRIDAY to score an eighth TD ;. I, ..

single-handed. Covering Dev. Authority Y ....

yards in four carries ; ;; ,1 .
I drove over from four ; Meets ? ,.,.a a ...
DEC. i Tuesday .
out for the score. r ,...
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Jackson
returned the
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Sponsored by the kick-off 15 yards to the i The Bradford County DeveU .

BRADFORD COUNTY i I I before Hughes, on first j 'opment Authority met Tuesday, .,
night for its first since a ,.
SHERIFFS DEPT. : took the pigskin and I meeting y.y.;, .
receiving $15,000 as its share
Benefit Boys Ranch I j 49 yards deep into enemy j. =I-'
of the 1961 '
I -62.race track fundsIt
Doors 3:30 & 7 I! ritory. The driving x' .
open ; ..' was! decided! ,, to divide the -
SHOWS; 4 and 8 P. M.THE ,I then added six more to I '
i i Rebel 10, Gardner also got I money equally\ ,, for depositing
i in the t o'local}banks. P
i. to the four before Hughes .. a '
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-' ; I1'orniaii'Witlis
lied. Martin's extra '- ; was tiectedj
..+f point i : .
by I 1 j treasurer of the group to round '' '
failed and the score stood r k' ?; r. 1
537. i out the present officers, who) i w ..

.v t / The lop-sided contest .,__,__ .._.-_____ _--. include Carl. Johns, chairmanand ,
ed with a. series of laSS .S. L. Peck Jr.. vice chair-

ceptions and a final defenders across the !man. .j

V 1 down by the Tornadoes: ; was praised byE i With funds on hand, the OPENING .

I serves. A 50 yard Rebel Authority is now in position to ri, HOT DOG
ing drive was halted up'r' :|negotiate 'with industries that i C

WORLD ITS FIELD I when Jackson intercepted I ., and centers1 i!might be interested in moving ,
REACHBEYOND I SPECIAL! ; (on Merita Bun)
TRIUMPHS i I to the
ITS Blount aerial and ran it I and Harold1! county.- ,
SEASI '
THE to the 25- The Tornadoes I : I .!a". z: .'

THE COLOSSUS OF in four plays before I ana 3ishop haa with Pepsi Cola

ALL AMUSEMENTS back Bubba Moody's !i :I to lead their i .3 SAT., SUN.,-NOV..18,1J r'

was hauled in by Rebel 'j defensively and ,
WONDERS FILL I i i
1,000 I x
back Phillip Lagasee on ; I a pass a.1'' .. .'
STAGES
INS 3 RINGS HIPPODROME, 2 ANDMIGHTY goal line. 'j ,I were threatening : .. ---- -- -- ,.._- .- -t
GIANT Lagasee ran the ball out : the waning sec- .
AERIAL ENCLAVEFRISCO his 15, but the luckless ;j; j j contest. The inter- : ..;, .b ,. Velda'Ice

and TM day.Yelr'It tae.Best adYlat HoU-efKlne f didn't complete even one j ]j' : in the Torna- xrb ;
HIS. FUNNY FORD .. i I :
Bras. cite Trying desperately to : tally. t
.vXs
CREATJESSICKSTUDS MOftons' Peopler ..,
v llathtM rrt* out of a bad situation .. :> PepsiColac
eminent m it and Wholesome, 6-0: on the .first W
I
PElFCIMElS F Fill..Ot tire'Frolic this Annual.I again took to the, air only }' j j game last Satur- :.Y r Milk

SOriilOAMIIUIS VoualandDldtro.i ..,, see his pass go into the j ; in the Bantam "4w ,
Far and Near lola I i
-i Op,0001NYES1E0 Hand to CeUbratoTOCE of Harold Bishop who t it wasn't enough I _
sun 1AM mmt 1M IW'fIfSt HOLIDAY.!::, turned from the 15 to the ; :>ker. s

p AFTERNOON end H16HT I Hughes got six and : '! ck-off Mike Castlin i ti t

jji i'' added the final 4 yards i and raced 65 3 I

CHILDREN, 15c-ADULTS1.0-,. make it a BHS run-a-way' I. I tying touchdown. ...tX't HALF C .

ALL. ,TAX INCLUDED 'i i 607. i i iI I i scored the extra ,,zF.. : ;

--' I It was the highest score j I i I Brooker went ahead 1 1'gym m.

-_..;;;.. ,----- Tornadoes have racked I I '.

I In the thrd quarter quarter .::.. ..!..:..::, .a

II back Douglas threw two t R. fi Carton

{ 5 w touchdown passes of 30 and v x. ,. ,
F i-10 yards to Tim Roop for a .< t y. fit' (Limit 2) .. y + (Plus Deposit, ) .
> victory of 196. 3 M .
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u:;. >X In the second game Koch i .,
W
,,, : Drugs moved the ball insidei '
': ''a i I of Terwillegar Motors' 20 yard ': ; ti Velda

No wait..No line three times but could not ,
worry. < ; a ? F
w: :z w.rt muster a touchdown when the

k.r4 j i defense tightened up. Circus SetHere'December CigarettesAny
ro The score was 0-0 until the

hot water ; Y } fourth quarter when full-back' : 1 MILK.
Bill Jackson bulled throughthe

<:,.:.. middle of the line for 15 The King Bros. combined Brand
3: yards and the only touch down. Circus will be in Starke on
{ >Q> With only two games left j' Friday, Dec. 1, for two per-

: hurrtr, '?.J 1. the standings are: ,!I! formances. 4 and 8 p. m. 2 .39 King Size

ma ; Team W L T j I Appearances: here will be C

Brooker 6 1 Oj j sponsored by the Bradford .

%....*.....i.?..?...?..................................... ,NN / a A.. \ Terwillegar 4 2 ll j County Sheriff's Department,

Torode 340 I with a share of proceeds going -

Koch's 061 'i to the Sheriffs' Boys 2.29 Reg. Size GAL.Plus
Enjoy all the )hot water you need-right when you :. I Ranch program. Doors to the .

sited., it-safely and surely with an automatic Flame- In The Clrriili Court Of Florida (' menageries will open at 3:30:

,. .r.J less.. Electric Water Heater. The new super.fast, L A And Fur Bradford .. _. .
-,
au r-safe models can heat as much hot water in 24 '' Florida. Count- Pictured above is "Little -- : ..

.hours as the average family uses in two full weeks. : ;i Industrial MOUTOAGE FOUECLOSURE I j I i Sandra" with Bolirer one of ;-'- --
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Savings Bank Of :'!: the oldest living elephants in
Gainesville, .
Florida !
a
What's more you can tuck an Electric Water >. I'laihtiff vA Eli Graham.Corporation America. National BoeBEER

Heater away anywhere, for there is no flame or j Jr.Graham and wife Defendants., Gloria[ Delores ,!I More than 100 people *are Bananas

fumes,no soot or smoke.Therefore it doesn't require .. :NOTICE OF 1fOnTrAGJI'I I i traveling with the: big show
FOItECI.oSl'Rflli
flues or vents. Clean, silent and trouble-free ('LEnK: BY i this season, and two special
j just'install it and forget it. i/: ", :Notice is hereby given pur- convoys are used for transpor-
j nuant to a Final
: Decree of .
? : 1 foreclosure dated November .1 I' tation. j
Add up all the advantages ands you'll see why nearly F 1961, and entered in Chancery 7. tSk
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million Floridians laseo.. 13-007 of the Circuit ;' ,
a have switched to Fkmeless :
Court of : 4 .,_ f
the Eighth Judicial First Aid Class .
I Iy' .. t
Electric water heating. ,, Circuit in and for Bradford "- '. -. *v< s t Mgr a
'
booty Florida wherein In- c
You can select from round, tabletop and under- r ; <. :. ; dustrial Gainesville, Savings a Florida Bank Corporation "of- To Begin Monday ; : .t r.

counter models at your appliance dealer, plumber, ;, )r'. ham,.Jr.I* Plaintiff and wife and, Gloria Eli fira-n"-I- ,! A first Aid Class is scheduled .t ,. c. :

or electrical contractor. .,.. loves Graham are Defendants. i!!to start Monday at the highscDgol4 % .
r
,.. best I will net bidder! to for the .highest cash at and the I)I from. 7 to 9 p. m., and ,p ;, :/ ; Carton .' f

k lfV u .Jdr t Pradford County Courthouse in j,a class on "Survival" will beheld ,
1 ZteI'Wdad'wr Starke, Brudf .. at 11 o'clock A, 31. on the : .
:
:. :', 27th day of November. 1561. the mentary school from 7:30 to
.:: following described property .asset .I' '9:30 p. m. Both courses will .> t e r
fit' ; u
: forth in .paid Final Decree, ;
!'AJ.:: ...... -.__. t-I''' :z to-wlt: be conducted through the Adult S
Lot Four (4) of Block Two.j Education Department. -
: THC PLAMEU88S WAY THE FLAMC.TYPE WAY i (E) of Livin ston. Truby & .
.:- 1's. ctecntic heat !I. stated FLAMC heat cant be ;.;' ""'""'' North Company's East Quarter Subdivision Xortb-of the I Anyone interested in 'joining; .
in-:)OO% surrounded by sealed in, is wetted .. east Quarter (NEU! of XE4! ) either of these classes may
: ;; 1/1 ,
1 *vi. I obtain > We Have
further .
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information
,Insulation. up flues and vents. '""; ; __* .
r ... .. t jfrom. Xfs' GW -i choll} Civil 01 :: !.- ,,..;.'" _1.,..",... ri- :rICE t
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: .s .... ." + !Defense Director at 964-2801. .. ":7-'./ t.' -f' -'
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i WILLIAMS : 1 '"" .' _.-"v. -

of Section *S, + ;
ameIess Township 6 South.
.,. e i .- '. Range '22' East, the same according yy
JEWELRY FISHING TACKLE
f I i to plat thereof revorded AND POLES'I
"'. '_ ...IT'S CHEAPER TOOl R', in Plat Book One (1)) page 23 :
of the Public Records of Bradford e '+
'3.. .. ,.. .,. .. REPAIRSWATCHESDIAMONDS CountFbNda.. ".;, z t ,,, ti

i a I 'F} 0 R 1 POWER & LIGHT COMPANY bM"Dated. 1e t.this. ti.d!) ,>. t of XovemSEAL l j PICNIC. SUPPLIES .
( ) .y ; ; -
j HELPING BUILD FLORIDA/ All Work Guaranteed Charle \. Darhy tUa '
f i A. C. WffluUhs'' <:3rt et..clrNllt| Court !r .,. ;
t j By Marian; L' t"rosi, ,
JBdsdtstnuieicssOedric 1 !i 142 W.. CaD St. I Deputy Clerlr 1,
1 fat*HateL._ Starke Fla. 'I' Gray isle Chandler..Q'.Xeal & Carl-. Ronnie Grantham, ;Mgr. AND A FULL LINE OF GROCER ,

tir Bobby Scott Asst. MIT. ..
P. O. Box. !!. Gainesville < I
.'Y i It 11.16
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[ : PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY NOV. 16.1961N
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Fireline Plowing can receive 15 minutes of fire- Model Car Wins Peace Corps Exams
line plowing at no cost to the I U I

Now Available individual, Prevatt said. If ad- $3,000 Scholarship Set November 28 I

I !:ditional time is required, the Smith Corona and Remington
County Ranger J. C. Prevatt j S For KirklandA In GainesvillePeace '
; J,;. announces that firelinejplgwing i charge is $8 an hour for medi- i i

service is available to|um size equipment
,| trophy honoring LonzoT. Corps examinationsH. I

.. landowners upon request. i Landowners should 1 request| Kirkland of Starke was Hicks announced this week. j \ .

Once each year, a landowner: the service at least one week) presented: to Lee College in Peace Corps posters, giving I I PORTABLE

_I I in advance: so that proper i Cleveland. Tenn. on Nov. 16 complete Information, are on a,
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:scheduling can be maintained.! : by Ray H. Hughes presidentof display in local postoffices.will I I r'a2J_

t I PARK'S WEEKENDlBedroom I Applications can be made by1' the college. Kirkland a be held at 8:30: a. m. on TYPEWRITERS

; calling the county office onj student at Lee, received the Nov. 28, 29 in Gainesville for I
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State Road 100, between! trophy on behalf of the school young people who wish to apply -

Starke and Lake Butler-phone\ for honors won in the 1961 Brooker Postmaster W @

;.Starke 964.2721, or Lake Butler -| Fisher Body Craftsman's Guild _


\ also, HY6-4321.be made by Application contacting can the T model Kirkland competition.won the senior division -' __ W. C. T. tf. SOLD ON .
f "pkT
\ \ :Florida Forest Service crew. first place state award I ___ _____ pS 14 EASY TERMS f

Suites i I I II II L He for Florida also won and the received top regional$150.. "WOE TO HIM THAT I,I
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7 a.. I Grades, 11 honors for Mississippi, Alabama -i I BUILDETH A TOWN WITH I
PC.-Dresser S-JohnGiYen; :
3 Wardrobe-Double I Win Whirl I Jack Miller Georgia, and Florida, and Award, BLOOD, AND STABLISII-I I Bradford County Telegraph
received
'; an expense-free trip ETH A CITY BY INIQUITY!

: *' Bed ; 'Skit Prizes I Gets WingsAs to the Craftsman's Guild 4- Senator Charley E. Johns of Starke is pictured receiving HABAKKUK 2:12.

$ &00Pc. I I I day national convention in De from Speaker-designate Mallory E. Home the Allen Morris I
The eighth grade copped the I Ii NavigatorAviation troit. .
Award attesting> to Johns' selection by his colleagues as the I
.-Twin Beds i winning skit in the junior division In Detroit his model was
"most effective" I
member of the 61 Senate for
committee -
E.
Cadet Jack judged with the other 20 '
regional -
Whirl last
VanityChairChest I of the Tornado Miller recently received the winning cars from work. The presentation was made at recent Miami

4 i Thursday night while the junior wings of an Air Force navi- throughout the country, and i ceremonies attended by U. S. Senator Spessard L. Holland,

$35.95 i class took honors in the senior gator and his commission as Kirkland took third place. II Governor Farm Bryant, Chief Justice B. K. Roberts, and other

I division. a 2nd lieutenant at Harlingen For this honor he received a dignitaries. ,_
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DESK and CHAIR r Both skits closely followed Air Force Base, Texas. He $3,000 university scholarship.Both i I >-U 29 Words or less one time ___ .83 Memorials, Resolutions le per wort

$30.00 i the Whirl theme of the space is now ready to take his place Lohzo and his brother If not paid hi advance _.____ 1.60 (ards of Thanks, up to 50 word ---:-...-_ !.5t
: : : Phone Booth Purge Cards Sent
6* I I age. "Thus Ended The World, with the nation's Aerospace Charles have won numerous Keyed or Blind AdsEach __ _- 1.00 Over 50 words _..._..u 4 .... ... So par word
I the title of the Junior Force, after 38 weeks of intensive awards in the Fisher
NEW
::: CABINET (was Body
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( : whichhe Catches On Fire By SupervisorSupervisor additional ward over 20 ..___ 65 Display ads in Classified _..... L59 per Inch
""' SINKS I L skit as the class depicted mass training during contests over the years. The

i extermination of mankind by a was taught the funda- program is designed to interest Telephone lines don't often of Registration FOR -Unfurnished 2 FOR SALE- Good Argentina FOR SALE-.32 ft: house trailer -

,. Porcelain Enamel !i j50 megaton bomb the shape mentals of electronics, dead boys in creative design- get hot enough to catch phone bedroom house. close in.R.F. Bahia hay. $30 per ton at 58 model. Almost like new.

54-inch ______ $80.00 Ii and size of a football developed reckoning, and radar navi- ing and craftsmanship. En- booths on fire but something Marian I> Crosby has sent 355 Demorest. 266 Park Place.2t farm. Lucian Conner. Bayless i I Can be.seen at Moody's Trailer -
Charlie Coward. pertains to today's "purge cards" to persons on chg 11-16 Hiehway. 4tchg 11-30 : Park. Rd. 100-1.0 milesWest
42-inch. _. __ $60.00 I by Professor gatiQ.n as rollments are now being received caused a blaze in one at the I
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: of Starke. 2tchg 11-16
I'I'' The eighth grade's 'The rapidly advancing Aerospace for the 1961 competition train station in Starke Mon- the registration books who | IN CITY POUND Black ., ,

METAL\ CABINET I!Space Age" looked ahead to Force.Lt. with awards amountingto day night. have not voted Jin any election SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS and white male part bull dog. FOR RENT -Year Round. 3
Double Doors 111981 Miller has been assigned in Bradford County during the EOR HER with coke chain. Owner bedroom nicely furnished
and: a homecoming game $117,000 for the winners.MAYOR'S II I, 'II I may ,,
Fire Chief Red Buford
to James Connally AFB, II says two Those double have by paying advertising.,: house on Kingsley Lake. Electric -
-54" High ____n $16.50 I to be played between the Bradford I, past years. I compartmentsinks
: II' and Sat- Texas for advanced training.He i I the booth, made of wooden Unless the card is signed just below lookout win- cost and board. Contact City kitchen. Call RosenbergsFnrnUnr
Academy
Space
COURTNine
2 Miles South on I urn Fe High. The two teams is the son of Mr. and Mrs. I planks, is used mostly by train and returned to the supervisor dows is just what she has always -I Police. Itchg < Store. tfchg

; U. S. 301 George E. Miller of Starke. I crews. He speculates that before Dec. 11 the wanted. So we now FOR SALE -Six room house
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: I had been picked by the Bradford cases were disposed of dropped lighted Monday, have them in brand new 3 i! FOR SALE- Three different I
someone a with enclosed porch and gar
I County Telescope to play by Mayor Randal Chitty in name of the person receivingthe bedroom CB houses with Sliding -; kinds Clover seed. Pensacola .
cigarette in the booth and set I I seed. Several different kinds age. Owner 518 N. Water St.
HTFARR'S in the Milky Way Bowl. Mayor's Court card will be removed from' closet and outside glass
Monday night. 2to 11-23
i
Bradford Band the planks on fire. Police Officer i of baled hay. J. B. White,
I Both skits copped $15 cash Harris Meadows, Jr. soliciting the list of registered voters.It doors. 2 tile baths and con- I I
Billy Overstreet discov- Raiford Rr. Phone 964-1651.
Center !prizes from the senior class, To Appear On without a city permit, will then be necessary Co cealed heaters. Large back I : HASTINGS MATTRESS
,Bargain
ered the blaze on one corner yards and lots of shrubbery. II i 4tp 12-7
which sponsored the Whirl. fined $27.50 re-register in order to vote. I
I sentence suspended. Down payment low
WORKS
Channel 5 of the booth and called the as as 1& UPHOLSTERY
$287.50 VA and $425.00 FHA. i FOR RENT Furnished 5 ,
James Bryan Witmash fire department.A FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH I II Buy now and get homesteadtax : room apartment with gas I 710 Lemon St. Palatk*
The BHS Band will be heardon fire truck eased down and I exemption for 1962.A I heat. Located between school Furniture Repaired, Upholstered *
UNITED FARM AGENCY Channel 5 TV, Gainesville, running red light, forfeited put it out without even blow- I Lawtey .T Thomas Rpaltor and post office. 331 Clark 1, & Refinished

NATIONWIDE RURAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE on the North Florida Viewpoint I bond of $12.50. ing a siren to disturb sleeping I A. E. Massey, Pastor I FOR RENT Attractivelv fur- St.. Mrs D. L. Silcox. i i MATTRESSES\ REBUILT
James Stchg 11-23
Stingel
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Taylor improper II
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program at 7:30: p. m. residents. Bible school, 10 a. m. : nished 1 bedroom cottage on | New Innersprings
Announces the appointment of II. G. Bollinger to its local Tuesday. Nov. 21. About 30 drivers license, forfeited I Preaching, 11 a. m. N. Walnut St. Mrs. J. W. Kin- FOR RENT -Unfurnished 2 I and Box SpringsDrop

branch offk-e In Starke, Florida. Office at reoJdf'nre126 N. members of the band will par- bond of $27.50. THE RIGHT POINT for the, Evening Service. 7-30: p. m.I. caid nhone 964-1491. tfchg ':, bedroom house in City: also I

Walnut Street. From school building on U. S. 301, go east one ticipate and will use a Thanksgiving James Stingel Taylor, unlawful way you write. Come in and : Bible Study and Prayer: I unfurnished 2 bedroom housein Us A Card or Call
speed, forfeited bondof ,select favorite ESTER- RELIABLE MAN OR WOM- county. W. H. Nollman, 510 PALATKA EA 5-9166 u
your
block. I theme in their numbers.The $37.50. BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-i Meeting, 7:30: p. m. Wednes AN' To take over Watkins I N rhfyv Rt: tfchg STARKE 964-5934 ,.11
band will appear again on {' day. route in Starke. Good for up MRS. PEGGY SilALLEE.
UNITED FARM AGENCY is in Its 37th of
now year Channel 5 on Dec. 26. Joseph Clifton Green, fail-I GRAPH. to $65 weekly to start. No in- FOR SALE-2 four drawer Starke Agent
Ii feehice to buyers and sellers of ranches farms country homes, ure to have vehicle under con-r I vestment. Set your own hours. chests, studio couch with nylon .
: UBMHHMMMMMMMI B MlMMM BHMm > HM*
recreational properties, acreages and business property from trol and causing accident, 'I Permanent opportunity. Fullor cover. large oil space heater. PERSON to
RESPONSIBLE
CHRISTIAN CHURCH I forfeited bond of part time. Watkins Products bookcases. head board for
cuat>t to coast mid ranks! as the nation's largest advertiser of $37.50. live in and keep 2 school chil-:
Dept. N-3, P. O. Box Phone
VICES Hollywood bed. 964-
SUNDAY Sl! Roy Lamar .
rural real estate. Through its world-famous free catalog and Starling, public ... & No. 2447. Memphis 2. Tenn. ?lIst). 411\\ Walnut Rt Un dren. Mrs. Colley Underhill at
intoxication, forfeited bond of Blue Chip Drive In Rd. 16 Up
( consistently heavy year-round advertising In newspapers and Carl! Clarke, Minister $27.50. Up
We Mav not understand the
'otler publications throughout the country, UNITED brings 10:00: a. m. Bible School\ Roy Lamar ,I WILL KEEP CHILDREN force of electricity or gravity AKC Registered Collie pups
Starling, disorderly
'buyers from to the communities it 11:00 a. Worship and Com for working mothers. Call and AKC Collie Stud service.
e\cry\\here serves. conduct I 1 but we can enjoy its benefits.
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S released to Hitchcock. State Prison. Up
after 4:30: 9640863.2to .
p. m.
munion. The applies to Chiro-
List your property now with II. G. Bollinger and have pay fine by November 11. 11-16 I same
Dractic so see Chiropractor -
your
HOMESTEAD Price $5,000.
folks all across the nation as your potential buyers! J o charge Mamie Lee Aikens, Negro, today.
CHURCH 15
BETHEL BAPTIST 'F STRAWBERRY PLANTS 6 rooms. porch, garage
: :for,listing.; UNITED'. local representatives are dependable, licensed Rev. R. T. Williams, Pastor disorderly bond of $37.50.conduct, forfeited. : TROUBLEI? Florida 90's $8 per thousand ment.Phone Bollinger 964-2881 Chiropractic for appoint acres.Hwy.Five 100.min.Van.from Zandt.Starkeon Rt.
and bonded.UNITED
taken uo. Marklee Starlings
F- Clinic. 426 N. Walnut St. Ito
Sunday School 10 a. m.. Robert George Moll. Negro, Farm or Charlie Powell. 9 Box 1KB Stark Fla. Ito

FARM\ AGENCYBox Morning Worship 11 a. m.: soliciting without city per- Phone 964-6444._Itp LADIES BULOVA Diamond FOR SALE 1 Cruisaire

1067 Starke, Florida I Evening worship 7 p. m. prayer mit, guilty, suspended. Come In and See our Line of !i I EXTRA CLEAN large upright Watches. now from $39.95. Scooter. Excellent condition.Can .

Phone: 962-2881 or 962-2471 1 meeting Wednesday 7 p. mALL WESTINGHOUSE TV's i I Freezer. less than 2 yrs old. and only $5 down. Pick YOurs be seen at 1300 Pratt
out now for Christmas. Dahmer's. St. Phone 964-8044
I CARD
OF THANKS i i Less than 1-2 price. Other
I 112 E. Call St. atchtr 11-16

--1'' : I! We take this method of on good new appliances.appliances.Also You discount can't i_____ ________ 6tchg_____ 11-30_ __I PEYTON FLORIST

f I ,i thanking our friends and neigh i; beat our duality-prices. G. J. WANTED: LISTINGS. FREE 119 S.. THOMPSON ST.
%t TfTIfJ'P Wi'II'J'l Ii Idt'4'I bors for their kind expressions J, McGriff ino W. Call St. 1! OPEN LISTINGS. NO SALE'I PHONE 964-4155
II P""nO or.4-R" ]tr
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v NO PAY. STROUT NIGHT 964-3891 969-1022
;of sympathy in our bereave I REALTY. or
J. Hansen. Rep. 5 ml S. of I DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS
I ment. For the beautiful WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVEIf i
: service 19 Inch
vou would enjoy working :, Starke on U. S. 301. Phone I We Wire Flowers Anywhere
flowers, and other
!' nesses we are deeply grateful.kind-, Portables & Table Models, from 174.95 or 4 hours each a month dav calling renilarlv 468-1766. Waldo. tfchg i I tfchg
1 I on a erouo
-The family of Sallie M. Hall.1 : of Studio Girl Cosmetic clientson I FOR RENT-2 bedroom fur- I STOP-READ THIS
iI i :, 23 Inch Table Models and a route to be establishedin nished house. Adults. Convenient If YOU have thought about going -

: Ernest Allen 607 E. Brownlee Ph. 969-1093 Billy Hardenbrook i'I I' EVERGRf/KX I Fine Furniture Consoles from 209.95 and around Starke. and are located. Phone 964-7182. I Into your own business.
'I ,
'J willln to make ll 'ht deliveries tfchg NOW IS THE TIME-

? (hen 6 A. M. to 10 P.M.-7 Davs a %WeekWILSON'S I Sunday BAPTIST School CHURCH 10 a. m I DO IT. TODAY! i! Oionlale COvSMFTIC':;Writp to Califnrnia.STUDIO Dpnt. NW9.Route OTRL i Only COLONIAL F. T. D. Florist FLORIST in Starke., S.AMERICAN available.We 301 &. SR OIL No.STATION 16 is now U.

I|Preaching:, 11 a. m. Training: You Can Be Sure .If It's Westinghouse will nay uo to $5.no nr hour Flowers wired any place. Flow are flexible. Call me and
Union 6:30: p. m. Preaching I, i ."'I11T 11-1 R ers for all occasions locally. let's discuss It. W. M Stewart.FR .
J' 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting, 1 Phone 964-6291. 506 East 6-5631 or. FR 2-0110.
CERTIFIED Wednesday FOR SALE-100 ft. lots frontIng Nona St. tfchg rzQInQ"I11a tffhg
Wednesday 7:30_ p. m. North Florida Supply Co. ; Hiway 16. J. B. White. I
Bible study, phone 964-1651. Raiford Road. FOR SALE-150.000 June Tip WORTH THE TRIP
C 7:30 p. m. Jos. E. Norman, 4tp 12-7 Florida 90 Strawberry plants. Mobile Homes Always
Phone 964-2113 I
412 E. Call St.
o i I $7.50 per thousand taken up. below market and clean.
I 1Pad i I There is nothing "Just as i ,
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Phone 793-3891
or 793-3898.1 LAKE GENEVATRAILER
good as" General Electric. G.
C. O. Pitts. Webster.
J. McGriff 100 West Call St. I Fla.Itchg PARK
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..: .'.. ,' I phone 964-6551. Itp 1 mi. SE of Keystone Hta.
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1 HOMESTEAD Price>> 4000. on Route 100
FOR RENT -Unfurnished 2 .
REGISTER OFTEN I j bedroom house on N CherrySt. 6 rooms. PQrch. garage, 2 f
LB. Inquire Bradford En- acres. Five min. from Starkeon FARMEquipment
.' .' .' :, gineering. 303 N. Cherry. Hwy 100. Van Zandt.. Rt. For
I Phone 964-2521. tfchg 2 Box 188. Starke. ltp Plowing

: : .. .... .' .: : !117" PICTURE TUBE. $19.95; FOUND One bird dog. Owner I Planting
S : 10 Lbs. I 21" Picture Tube. $29.95: plus'II may claim him bv paving for j INDUSTRIAL
to 14 Lbs. I I labor. One year warranty.. AtDahmer's this ad and reasonable board I Equipment For Every Job

TV & Appliance i i bill. See Charles A. Darbv in..
Superior Tractor Co.
I Center. 6tchg 11-30 Courthouse for identification. ,
SMOKED FRESH PICNIC FRESH UP PHONE
EV 9-6772

it i lb. lye I lb. H 1 FOR RENT2 garage bedroom apartment.Unfurnished I,FOR RENT-Furnished apart-i t 5353_ W. Beam Jackaomrttlt

HOULDER RYERS 27 I Phone 964-4921. tfchg I shopping ments. Reasonable center. Phone rates. Near 969- Wholesale FREE Christmas Gift

I FOR RENT Three bedroom attractively -,2011 or call at 213 S. Cherry I Catalogs. Pick up in person or
furnished '
cottage
on!
St. Shell Oil Co. Office. tfchgj write
Mary Carter paints, 321
Kingsley Lake. Central heat-(
I
ine. Mrs.- J. W. Kincaid. phone I FURNISHED one bedroom N. Temple Ave. Starke.

Beef Sale 964-1431. tfchg I apartments for rent. W. H. -__3tchg 11-30

Nollman. 510 N.
LARGE HOUSE FOR SALE' Cherry.tfchg FOR RENT Kingsley Lake
Comoletelr famished [6, extra nice 2 bedroom garage
CHUCK MEAT : apartments double rarate. BE I apartment furnished. Circu-
\ SURE to WORLD
210 N. Cherry St. see lating oil heat. Phone Carl
ROAST39c STEW59 Enjoy home plus income.I BOOK before buying any encyclopedla. t
a
I II See J. R. Bullinrton Owner. M. A. Payne. your j I Johns 964-4201._tfchg

I tfehr : local representative since 1956. FOR SALE OR RENT on
BRISKET I Box 603. Ph. 964-3794 tfchg''. Kingsley Lake 1 furnished and
.. lb ______ FOR SALE -Bendix Semiautomatic 1 unfurnished house in good
STEW 3 lbs. g9c RIB STEAK 59c washer $45. G. F. I neighborhood on west tde of
Snell.!] phone 964-8595. Lumber SaleWrecking lake. J. M. Sistrunk. P. O.
Stchg 11-16 I Box 569. Starke. 2tp 11-16

RIB STEWlb39C CHUCK STEAK lb 49 II FOR RENTNicely furnished -t at ADULT EDUCATION COURSES
Electric
3 room apartment.
J.I "Nomad" Boat-Johnson EVENINGS MONDAY
i/j Fiberglass 18" HP ilunry Tilt Trailer '
heat- Camp
kitchen. 2 Duo-Therm Blanding THROUGH THURSDAY. All
I ers. 1 1-4 mile on E. Bessent !I High School subjects. Bust-

I turn left at bridge. Phone Beautiful 2x4's 2x6's .- ness Courses. Conversational
COME-REGISTER-OFTEN 969-1545. tfchg Spanish. Mechanical Drawlnz.
Fresh Pork Sale I 2x8's 2xl2's- up to 22;1 I: Testing services. White stud-
I I FOR SALE .1 ents: contact L. IL Gibson.
NO OBLIGATIONTO Ready mix concrete. concrete feet long. USO Bldz. Office. Negro students -
I block'cones. fence,posts sand.< : contact Prof. Eddie
''CEiN'TER CUT' FRESH PORK BE GIVEN AWAYBY cement mortar mix.rock steeL < SELLINGCHEAP Tbompkins. RJH Hizh. School.
I
i oyster sheI1.limerock. and roof tfch.
- LB. -- lb.| gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg --
PORK BACK BONE 49c !
CHOPS 59C
I!_Bradford Engineering Co. Horses Horses

FOR SALE OR PHONE 964.4001
RENT-2 bedroom -
FRESH PORK FRESH PORK IMPERIAL f unfurnished house at' HORSES!
- Service Station I Hampton All modern conven1iences. '. JACKSON'Building We Got 'Em-U Ride 'Em
LB. .
- SHOULDER 39c SIDE 39c' I 34 acres mostly planted
Per Hour
:
$1.50
in pines. M. A, Pavne. 204 S. I f
I Glenn St. phone 964-3794.. SupplyI Instruction*-$2.50 Hour .
The // U,. ., 'f
lb "Buy Best Buy Imperial I ImmokaleePh.
FRESH PORK HAMS 49c I Camp
- U.. S. 301 North City Limits Starke, Fla. I HOUSES FOR RENT-Inquire I Starke 1
e- ] at Greyhound Bus Station. 4213, Keystone Hghts.
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