Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 6, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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\ Santa Wr'f// Arrive In Starke Friday Night Stores Open Until 8:30

Santa Claus is scheduled to make his annual

1 arrival in Starke this Friday night at 7 o'clock,
and will ride through the business district, dis

BADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH tributing candy to bright-eyed youngsters.
Music for the annual Santa parade will be

provided by the Bradford High School Band, and
I among the parade units will be the Bradford

County Sheriff's posse. The annual event is
Official County Publication Established 2879 sponsored by the Retail Merchants Division of

the Starke-Bradford Chamber Comm
County of
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Starke stores will remain open until 8:30 pas
Board Executes OptionSchool Friday for the convenience and pleasure of early

Christmas shoppers. A special Christmas shop-
I : ping advertising section is contained in this issueof

} Land' SoldDespite The Telegraph and shoppers in Starke and
surrounding: trade area are invited to take advantage
of these specials this weekend.

II j For the further convenience of shoppers,

I If Starke stores will remain open all day Wednes
day on Dec. 12 and 19. They will remain open
f ProtestsThe until 8:30 p.m. this Friday night, and Friday

night, Dec. 14.

W9 P Late closing hours will also be observed on .

I I School Board stuck by I FPA Chapters were to pay He said that "agribusi- Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, Dec. 20, 21, 22
its decision to sell 100 acres back the initial $2,500 cost ness" is a 4% billion dollar ((8:30 p.m.). They will close at the usual timeon
of the school farm Monday by returns from timber sales industry and four out of every Monday, Dec. 24.
a : : over vigorous protests voiced from the tract. He said that ten jobs in the nation are related ,,'
: by representatives of agriculture this had not been done. to agriculture.
conservation, and fores- "They took the money and I Board Member Rodney Hall Hurse AngryBradford
!' try 'Ancles in the county. bought a trucK and other said, "1..question.the need for I
Foster Shi Smith a directorof equipment, and went into the 270 acres. Can't we do just

R ._ -. .:- A School Board. Members* Face*. .Large Brooker Delegation the Bradford Farm Bureau hog business,;, Lawson, said.. as good" .or better, Job. with 170. High Ousted
r ands Cattlemen's Association, County Agent G. T. Hug- acres? -
Low Attendance CitedBrooker asked the board to rescind its gins said the FFA chapters "We already answered
Lawtey Voters -, action of a month ago and need finances from the farm that" said Haas. From Keystone LoopSurprise I
permit the formation of a "to buy animals and pas- Morgan told the delegationthat
closed corporation to take title tures.. state law forbids pur- and then anger boat as Starke and [is also out
Scarce At Residents to the land, with theboard I Supt. Morgan said, "The chases of more than 40 acres was the reaction of Coach in the cold at the hands of
to be repaid for the tract's : FFA has been financing its by school boards for school David Hurse Bradford High the Keystone Conference
initial $2,500 cost by returns I program out of receipts from farms. He said the reason for School head football mentor coaches who "don't mind
Polls Tuesday from future timber sales. Pur- I the school store.. He said that this is to prevent vocational and athletic director, at being playing you but we Just wanta
Fight For School pose of this action would be 99 per cent of the boys in the agriculture students from be- suddenly booted out of chance to win! the confer- ,
I to preserve the 270-acre tract vocational agriculture depart- ing "used as workmen" in developing -I I the Keystone Conference I ence." The Tornadoes won the ;
In the lightest balloting in intact for use of the two Fu- ment "are not going into big acreages. I without warning last Satur- crown five years in a row before -
recent years Lawtey voters Charges that spokesmen for ported to Starke on a tempo- ture Farmer chapters com- farming or forestry" and added "How many trees do they day."It Live Oak beat them out
went to the polls Tuesday and I other communities are making rary basis. I prising Bradford High that "the schools should have to set out to learn how just leaves us out in for it this season.
elected three councilmen and disparaging remarks about the Morgan said that the family -; School's vocational agricul- stick to the matter of educa- to set a pine tree?" the sup- the cold for about two years," Ouster of the two schools
a marshal Brooker school In order to woo had not been able to move ture department. tion and not get into the erintendent asked, referringto Hurse said, "Until we can get came on a 6-2 vote of the
Wayne Massey received 76 newcomers away from the however due to lack of hous- When this request failed business of operating a large i the fact that the voca- another conference lined up coaches with the action to go
votes and Bryant E. Reddish West Bradford community ing at the prison, althoughthe Smith asked the board to hold "forestry tract." I tional agriculture department and into operation." Since he into effect at the end of the
[Incumbent]' scored 70 to win rare made by a large delegation -I' children were still being of a public hearing on the pro- HuggIns replied that although had ordered 15,000 pine seed- was not extended the courtesy current school year. Live Oak
two year terms on city eoun- of Brooker citizens at transported to Starke. posed sale giving FFA mem- only eight per cent ling to set on the farm this of a warning of eviction this season had its first really
cil. Milo Smith another incumbent the School Board meeting The board members agreed bers and other interested I of the population is actually year. Hurse said he had already good football team in approximately
failed in his bid for Monday morning. that this should not be per- persons an opportunity to be engaged in farming [due to Smith declared that fores-!I made out the schedule two 10 years. They
re-election with a total of 44 Disturbed by reports that mitted, although they sugges- heard on the matter. increased efficiency modern try is a two million dollar an- seasons in advance. Hurse in- won 11 straight ball games including -
votes. their school might be consoli- ted no change be made until School Superintendent H. equipment, etc.] a good 40 per nual business in Bradford dicated this week that his a bowl game over Sea
Leslie Phillips! tallied 54 dated with Starke the delegation after the Christmas holidays. P. Morgan who maintainedthe cent is employed in jobs related County and very important to fellow coaches in the Keystoneloop breeze of Daytona.
votes to win the one-year un- headed by Brooker They also agreed that there 270-acre tract was more to farming, such as feed the economy. He said the tract have not heard the last Coach Hurse said Tuesday
expired council term of Earl Mayor M. O. Harrell and PTA should be strict enforcementof than needed in the school and fertilizer sales equip- had been well handled as a of their sudden decision. there is a possibility or organ.
Teston. resigned. Paul Dinkins spokesman Ernest Edwards the policy in case there to program said "I don't thinkwe ment, research soil analysis, [Continued on Page 2] Live Oak was in the same izing a new conference with
St. was i-unner-up with 49 said they wanted to see what were other violations where should have a public meet- Palatka, St. Augustine Perry,
votes and Paul Smith polled' could be done about "keepingour pupils living at Brooker shouldbe _ing with. a bunch of school Against Callahan Lake City, Live Oak, Starke,
school" attending their own school. boys. He said he would be and perhaps Seabreeze. Perry

17.City Marshal .M. M Jordan. ) They were told by School Mayor. Harrell and Edwards glad to go to the school and Cagers To Open Season is the only- one of these schools
unopposed- received 101 votes. Superintendent H. P. Morgan said there- was a "whisperingcampaign" talk to the boys explaining presently in a conference. It

I Mitchell Brown, a former marshal that "You just don't have against the Brooker the board's action. This meet- ._ __...._ >. _.._ ___ .0'. c_ '.0..-,,"......... will be at least two years before -
was given nine write-in enough students." He said the school conducted they believed ing with the two FFA chap- Coach Erwin Land's Bradford c. cco. such a conference can be
votes. four teachers now assigned to by chambers of com- ters was later set up by Mor- High Cagers will go into I... put into operation schedule
Lawtey has around 300 Brooker have only 82 studentsan merce in other towns in the i of gan for 10 a. m. Friday.In action tomorrow [Friday] wise, Hurse stated.
qualified voters, but*only 129 average of about 20 each, area in an effort to woo newcomers -I answer to statements by night against Callahan a Coach Carrol Roney of
went to the polls. whereas some teachers in the into their communities the superintendent and board team which beat the Torna- Santa Fe presided over the
t Starke schools have as manyas and away from Brooker. members that the school farm does 28 points in last year's Conference last Saturday and
35. Harrell said he consideredit a was larger than needed in the opener. said "Most of us have felt
I Morgan said that last year the School Board's responsibility 'vocational agriculture program Going into their first game we've had our best teams but
I KiddiesCome the Brooker school had around to make a public state- Don Champion Coun- this year however the Tor- still didn't win from Starke
I 100 pupils and "we were sur- ment impressing on the pub- ty Farm Forester said the nadoes will sport a new offense e and Live Oak because both
and Bring prised" when enrollment drop I lic that teachers in the small 270 acres fof which only 140 and a team with only schools have over 200 boys hi
1 ped to 83 this He said acres is classified as woodland one senior in the first six while thereat
1 year. I [Continued on Page 2] the top three grades
Your Parents that an increase had been an-1 ] was the minimum need- men. The Tornadoes will alsofast _. o' are In the neighborhood
: ticipated because of the development -. ed for a continuing forestry break as much as pos- of 120.". Present at the meeting -
: of a gas industry in Board Debates program. He explained thata sible and will mix their defense were Hurse, Starke; Larry
had certain nnumber of acres, between a mantomanand Coving-
the area, but that there Ross, Live Oak; Tom
been a net loss rather than a is set in seedlings each year a zone. ra. ton, Macclenny; Wayne Ben-
i See Santa gain. And Move To Buy to provide a continuing program The cage; season: win get net Fernandina: Jim Steam
Several members of the delegation of setting trees fire under way here at 7 p. m. BHS cages ((1-r) Richard Hobbs, Bobby Moody and Era Green Cove; Mike Guiterrez.
Arrive in Starke declared attendance at protection selective cutting,I with a junior varsity contest est Jenkins are all expected to see plenty action when Starke' P. K. Yonge, and Roney.
FRIDAY DEC_ i Brooker would not be off so County- Commissioners and other good management also with Callahan in a meets Callahan in the season cage opener tomorrow'night. All'I
,I I much if all students residing meeting here Tuesday said practices warm-up game. Coach Dub three boys are juniors and all three are likely to be In the Graham Churches
7:00 P.M. : at Brooker attended the school they couldn't build roads fast Morgan said the school Lowrimore has a B-squad starting line-up for the first game.
rather than coming to Starke. enough to satisfy demands of board had to weigh the over- which should at least equal PastorRev.
I They charged that some pa- the public, and consideredbut all needs of the school sys- last year's mark of 15 wins on more than even terms even forwards Ernest Jenkins
pils1 living at Brooker were briefly the purchase'tf tem and act:ac. rdingly.: and only seven defeats. though he points to the fact and Herb Nelson and guards
being transported to Starkeon two additional dump trucksat MM'ai as, I'm concerned, Coach land with a vastly that Callahan it always a Richard Hobbs and Bobby Guy Carter of Jacksonvffle .
Stores Open \ the school bus. in violationof a cost of around $8,000. classrooms come''. first,** he improved team says he ex- powerhouse in Class B basketball Moody. The latter two will do, has accepted the pastor.

I Until 8:30 P.M. state regulations. Commissioner Russell) said. '' pects to improve upon his : and will field the same most of the team's ball hand- ate of Graham Baptist
!'I' [Students living in one com- Green's motion to buy the "The hoof farm is a record of only seven wins team they did last year. ling while. Jenkins and Nelson St&rttng'h1s ministry
munity cannot be barred from trucks ran into a brick wall classroom." teplied William S. against 20 losses last season. Leading the Tornadoes this both well over six feet, Church.
attending school in another of resistance when Clerk I Bias> of the Soil Conservation Land is not alone in his optimism year will be 6-4 center John will provide more height up, 30 years ago. Rev. Carter was
community but they must Charles Darby warned "You I Service. several comments front. I a fun time evangelist for
This Space Contributed provide their own transportation can't buy trucks without over- Board member H. A. Law-' heard from,other BHS coaches Williams who is just a im-ju- Also named in the first six eight years and has conducted -
spending the budget. I assure son said the board was selling among them Head Football nior. Williams is a vastly revival services throughout
if they do not attend their ,'
is senior Chuck Moore.
Weekly to Publicize that'if one dollar is over- the property in order to purchase Coach and Athletic Di- nroved ball player who gaIn- players -
1 you -- the South. retiredfrom
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Community Events by anaception spent,this year it will mean a I if a site for a tuture- jUnior rector David Hurse. predict ;valuable experience play- a letterman from last year*:,: fun-time evangelistic
1\ Morgan said 1. trip to the Governor's office." high school building in\ that the 1962 edition of the Ing with a cage team at the squad who can go at either ; work due to physical reasons.:
had been made in the cars of I Florida State Prison In practice forward. Stronger
The Community \ Darby was referring to repeated Starke. Tornado cage team will win guard or Graham Baptist Church and
I one family at Brooker, who warnings by the State Morgan said that when the more than a few games before he has' been deadly with than last season Moore Is also -\ the new minister invite everyone -

had planned to move to the 'Auditing Department concern- 279 acre tract was originally the season is over. his jump shot from midcourt-, a vastly unproved player! \ to come and join in the,
State Bank
I State Farm and requested ing the Bradford Commission's purchased: about 12 years ago, Land plainly expects his The tall center win be sup- with much more poise and services of the church.
.1 that their children be trans- habit of overspending budgets the agreement vas that the Tornadoes to meet Caflahanetc., ported by tar more juniors: IContimiM on Page 21

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\ S THURSDAY. DEC. 6, 19at.:
_; _- ___________-_- ____ S_S --_BRADFORD_ COUNTYTELEGRAPH.STARKE.n.ORIDA_ _ _- _- _ _

foot right-of-way for construc- : exhibit on Nov. 27 afMurray

Mack;'on Futch business was' in'on Tallahassee .Wed- City To Create Board Debates I tion of a road requested byt i State College in Kentucky-

nesday.Mr. Wynn through a portion of Included in the exhibit.

and Mrs. Bill Graham his property east of Starke. i
which will remain- on display

have returned from a week's Utility Dept. Rqatl priority Instructed the clerk to auto-call : through Dec. 22, are ten draw-
for bids on the county's
visit with their son, Midshipman I
; : fleet and work- ings in crayon ink and pen-
mobile policy
W. H. Graham m. at Go'&tihued from Page 1)) ;i :

1_;,, GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 9M-0651 theNaval- Acedemy in Ana- Continued From Page 1] them and.., promise, to pay int I men's compensation., nl; seven oil paintings, two

.. polis! Md., They attended 'the January 1964- but it'll cost$0tm Accepted low bid of Gulf : watercolors, three pieces of
S and relay them to the appropriate Oil the county's -;<
Corporation on
Fred Thomson of U. of P. Frank,,Q. Hemingway enter Army-Navy game on Satur- department head.: : A i. in interest." ': 1' sculpture, seveial ceramic pots, ,
and oil needs. ,
win' spend the weekend with ed Baptist Memorial Hospital ; day.Mr. portion'of the present coun- -.ini be worth it," Prevatt':, gas 1I i and a few selected photo.
his and' Mrs. Guy Andrews commented. graphs.
grandparents Mr. and in Jacksonville last week and cil meeting room in the city I
Mrs. F. p. stump. will undergo! surgery Friday spent the weekend with -Mr. hall will be partitioned off to Commissioner Green with-i Starke Student.I The exhibit is a requirementfor \
J morning. and Mrs. J. W. Burgess inMi.- I '- drew his motion after it fail- : a, degree in art at Murray
Mr. and Mrs
John] A To- accommodate the, new office, Exhibits Art ;
ami and attended the TJP-Mi- ed to get a'se ond. state.
rode were in Miami: for the Mrs. C. F. Ward returned the council stated.At -
weekend ami 'game. Passing on to other road ;i At Murray State .SUfanelli is the.son of Mr
attending the Racing Linden Ala.
Monday from ,
the short-wave
Commission 'Miss'Mava Lee Thomas of present matters, the Commissioners j and Mrs. Henry ,Stefanelli of
meeting. and the where she was the guest for I
radio set is installed on the of -
Jacksonville was visiting her i got into a warm discussion of : Raymond Stefanelli Starke.
UF-Miami..., game. '! two; weeks of Rev. and Mrs. father, Herb Thomas, on Mon- desk of City Clerk Merrill 'not sticking to" previously ) Starke, opened his senior art -
h.J>vts- Glen Reddish and Robert W. S. McAliley and family. Edwards and he controls Communication '
adopted priority lists for the .
Kelley of Fort Jackson ORANGES CHINESE HON- day.Rev. the 'j -
attended between pub of'
Bob Badgett r claying ctrlain county :
ft.f C. were home for the week" EYS. DOWLING'S PRODUCE Evangelistic ministers con- lie and each individual depart- roodS:' -' '
Lucky Sportsman Wins Shotgun ,
MARKET. ment within the city. Althoughthe
end.Sheriff ference at St. Nicholas'Park The discussion was touched
P. D. Reddish ,and 1 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johns Christian Church in Jacksonville new department is appar- Bill Brown: (I left), president of the Starke Lions Club, i off when Commissioner. Green'
Mr. .and Mrs. Jimmy Reddish and baby of Gainesville were and Tuesday.Mrs. ently aimed at removing many '
Monday presents Remington automatic shotgun, given away by the asked that the New River,
attended the funeral of SherIff Sunday visitors of Mr. andS J. H. Fields was"visit- routine duties from his shoul- club, to ,the lucky winner Tim Warren, at the Lions meeting church road ba "fix ii next," : 1 1IrPORTABLE
Clarence Reddish in Jes- ders Edwards made no comment -
Mrs. Charlie Cowen and Mr. and Robert E.
ing Mr. Mrs. because equipment was in the
:Thursday night. Lewis Irby, third from left, was chairman ,
Ga. Monday afternoon. the meeting. ''
and Mrs. M. L. Johns Jr. Tanner in Baldwin over the area, he said and Green had'
io.judge' and Mrs. E. K. Perry- Mrs. E. A. Hall and Terry weekend. Drainae .ProblemIn ofj.:'ticket sales, and Dr. D, W. Whiffen (right) is chairman made arrangements for' the.
man' spent Tuesday in Jacksonville of the. Lions'sight conservation work for which these funds '
in Wed .
were Tampa -: NAVAL ORANGES. DOW- other action at the meet- >, necessary clay.

with Mr. and Mrs. nesday and Thursday attending ., LING'S PRODUCE MARKET.Mrs. ..1 ing Tuesday'the council okayed will be'used., ,. IIVG: The board decided, however, I!.

'Comer-n Perryman. the Southern Discount regional P. D. Fancher has -returned the installation of a storm toprpceed W' t- ,\uth the Bethel and !i

Miss Barbara Colley/of FSvttl meeting.Dr. from a three weeks sewer to relieve a longstand- Laurel Church road next, according -: Deluxe

'\ be home for the weekend.< and Mrs. A. J. Barry visit in Birmingham, Ala. with .; ing drainage problem; from School Farm Cagers Open to a previously approved -! Compact

.The primary and Junior spent the weekend with Mr Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fancher.: the west side of Monroe Streetto St\ling

Sunday school classes of the and Mrs. Paul Kramer in Fort Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade the west side of U.S. 301 i .. : I .list.CD Salary Raised :

,Methodist the Methodist Church Children's will home visit Lauderdale and attended the entertained their daughter in southwest Starke at a costof i P Parceled d 85Continued Season tonight At the request of Mrs. C. L. ,
Miami-Florida football
Susan and the Jacksonville approximately $1,000. Scholl, county director of Civil -
i'in Enterprise Saturday and Mr. and Mrs.F. H. Kramer University cheerleaders at, The sewer will relieve resi- Defense the board agreedto

have| picnic lunch on tha"grounds. were weekend guests of Mr. their home Monday evening. dents on Lafayette Street who [ From, pale One! [Continued From Page One ; raise its share of the direc- WINKLER% ELECTRIC Inc.

and Mrs. Guy Bauman in Hol- The girls were,enroute to the suffer in every heavy rain _\.i <- tor's monthly salary from $50 ,
Local patients admitted to lywood. off the top' forestry project and accusedthe. is the lone senior likely to
U. of F. basketball game. when water pours to $70.
Bradford County Hospital this Mrs. J. F. Bloodworth is Mrs. Gene Long and daugh- of the Winn-Dixie Store In board of-.-'-'breakingfaith ,start. In other action the board: SELECTION OF USED TVs .
week are: R P., McLendon. convalescing at home after ter, Helen Jane, and Mrs. E. such quantities that it goes a- with the boys" in selling 100 Backing: up th guard pogi Notified the State Road Department A

argar;t, ,Jackson, and' Laura two months confinement in J. Dowling spent the weekendin cross Lafayette instead of a- acres, of the tract after they I tion are four more juniorsin i to proceed with 234 N. ,Temple Ave. Phone,.064-1301
Hall, all medical."Mrs. Jesse. the J. Hillis Miller Hospital in Lakeland with Mr.and round corners in thel gutter'as had planted 25 acres'Af it, an t Andy' 4Stfickland, 1f Bury condemnation of a j piece of ,

Newsome was released Wednesday Gainesville.Mr. Mrs. R. M. Lee. They attended -, it should. According to, City bad. plans, ;for.planting the re-, Firth, David"Bisdelluand ft -I- m property owned by Mr. arid :::, TV SERVICE THE KIND YOU LIKE

after minor surgery. and :Mrs. W. V. GreenJr. "open house" for the Fresh- Surveyor Merrill McMillan, taainder, according1'to' a pro- :! Gary Cole. Coach [LantJ: name'jjCole Mrs. Alton Bowles of Waldoto
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Mrs. Marion Moyer spent of Raleigh. N. C. spent partment gressite schedule.4He said the as, the1'third g4ru behind i
men Women in the Allen Spiv- the State, Road be used as a pass >, :during ,1
last week>witb Mr. and. Mrs. three days last week with Mr. ey resident hall. Mary Ann has said it can accommodate" I' EPA members' might well ask', Hobbs vand ; Moddy is and construction of a "new Our Telephone Number in the Yellow Pages of Our

J:G'; Moyer in Mandarin and and Mrs. Owen Vaughn. The Long is a freshman at Flori the storm sewer and the city "When are they going to sell said he will probably see a lot bridge on Highway 16 at Heil- Telephone Book is Listed Wrong-Please Check

friends Jacksonville... Yaughns,also had as weekend da-Southern College. needs only to write for token our cow?" of action this season.; Other bronn Springs. Regular Section for Correct Number.
Mrs. Gladys Weldon was guests Mr. and :Mrs. T. H. --Mr.---and----- :Mrs. Mike- O'Brien permission to install it. Board mem'b Hall said: "I members of the team are for- Accepted a deed from Mr "

vIsttglIr.; and Mrs. Steve Freeman Sr. of Tampa and son of Jacksonville spent The council, however set think we mada aa adminis- wards Harold Bishop, a' junior \ and Mrs. Carl Wynn for a 60-
jWeltfon in MaCclenny over'the Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams the weekend with Mr. and no specific date on which the trative error in --selli'ng' and Gary Kouba 'and

>weekend. and son Bill, were weekend Mrs. T. H. Slade. sewer, which will extend approximately tract, without: informing the Billy Dowling, two seniors
it. Shi) Smith Jr., Misses Bob4 guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. NAVEL ORANGES. DQW- 150 feet, will be boys. They need clarification. There are only three seniorson

4> Fay I Smith Gale Stevenson Simmons in Miami and attended LING'S PRODUCE MARKET. installed. McMillan told the The board'i-'shouIcT 'write to the entire squad who returned -

and Mrs. Edith Christian the Florida-Miami council that with a letter of them and explain our action." every man with the

sen were in i New Orleans from football game. Others attend- permission from the SRD the Although not brought out single exception of David In-

.:; 'riday.ta Monday;\yisiUng Mr. ing the game in Miami over Residents FightTo city can install the pipe whenit at the meeting each memberof gram who transferred to Tal- -, I,

.-and.Mrs. F. C. Stevenson. the weekend were Sen. and is ready. the board had received a lahassee. JO Words or less, one time ____________ A5 .Memorials.' Resolutions ____-- oe' per vroff ;
Mrs. L. A. Taylor Jr. of Mrs Charley Johns, Rep. and Employee Uniforms letter signed by officers of the When the Tornadoes take -
'' (f not paid 1 in adianco 1.00 Cants' .of Thanks to. 50 word _._,._ t-Sf
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Tampa spent the weekendS Mrs. Arch Thomas Jr., Mr. SchoolIn Uniforms for all city employees two FFA'ehapters protesting the court tomorrow they will -r-
Keep Keyed Blind Ads __________ .. _. .. ..
with Mr. and Mrs. Merritt and Mrs. Tate Powell Jr., and were okayed for a three i the sale of The property. be backed by many hours of : or .ir-- 1.00 Over ,50 words ,. "- -,. Sc per w.f

Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Ferguson.Tom month trial period by the Morgan said that; the boys work put in during the off Each additional word over 20 .___ 02 Display ads in Classified __, 1JW per, Id

Mr.- and Mrs.-C. P. Tlson of Long Jr. of FSU will Brooker council in hopes that they will in the chapter now are prob- season. The team has playedas INSURANCEAT : : -A
Fernandina Beach wereweekend be home for the weekend.Mr. better advertise the city and ably nO&famananwith, the circumstances a unit in the city league.t REDUCED RATES HASTINGS 'IATTBESSIJt'HPLSTERY ,

guests of Mrs. O. L. Beaa-. } and Mrs. Cula Coran also improve its appearance. of the original and has even played the var- AUTO FIRE BOAT S ( WORKS
ley and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. visited Mrs. Florence Willey He said teams from other DOYLE E. CONNER
Continued From Page One] Minimum, cost for each of the purchase 12 years ago. sity area .RERead .
: Mrs. Claudia Dupuis and at Jacksonville Beach Sunday.Mr. city's 30 to 35 employees to he would be glad to.meet,and high; schools, in informal ses" INSURANCE Phone 964-4501 AGENCY 1 710 Lemon St. -r Flatk *

Mrs. Ernest Huggins of Alachua and Mrs. Sid Shuford : schools have the same qualifications have two changes per week discuss the matter with them. sions. I tfchg Furniture Repaired,

were last Thursday visitors and daughter, Debbie spent as teachers in the will run approximately $3,000per Smith stated that"'the., FFA Christmas TournamentAn FOR SALE -Webco ,i Upholstered & Hffinishcrl
B. Alexander at Silver larger schools. He said that, built the Tape Re- The Classifieds! REflIJIL
of Mrs. W. Sunday Springs. year. If the uniforms area members literally added feature of this corder. Used very little. Good MATTRESSES
i and Miss Wilma Alexander. Merle Grider of Fernandina especially in the primary success after the trial periodnew vocational agriculture building cage seaSon will be'the' first Condition. Phone 964-0922. IF YOUR NAME ItF0UNQ New Innexsprings

S Mrs. G. A. Gay is visiting Beach spent Saturday to Wed- grades, pupils might receive suits' will be ordered with with minimum. of paid annual Bradford High Christ- _ltp AMONG Tilt and Box::-Sprinjrs.,
her son, Gerald and family in nesday with his parents, Mr. even more individual atten- "City of' Starke" and the em- supervision,.'several years .ago, mas Basketball Tournamentto LISTINGS----------WANTED-- All CLASSIFIED ADS, CALl Drop Us A Card or Call

Miami this week. and Mrs. R- H. Grider. tion in the small school due ployees' individual department ,thus.,,savins; the. :.school-board: I be played Friday and Saturday typesStrout Realty. P O. AT TilE TELEGRAPH I PALATKA'FA 5-J16J. (I
to the smaller number of pu- embroidered "on them. several thousand dollars'm la- December 21 and 22, Box 307. Starke. Phone 468- ,

p Dill for__ each____ teacher_____ __ ,flpflflahl, nina ai."A: nnno hr... n"t"?. _.,4-t_. S.-__ 1 0 1766. tf chK OFFICE FOR A FREL-I -- STARKE.5U.59UlIRS.
r- n "VUUIU aiu uo;)'" cu ULMagain "" UV4 u.ow" WILL games: u: i auu o v IUo ---- SHALLER
The Brooker residents were the possibility of nego- lawson said the previous each night. Coach Land em- FOP. SALE ,TICKET. TO THE FLOR1 Starkr PEGGY Actni

alerted to the situation sev- tiating another loan to under- board "stuck its neck, out phasized that support of this Ready mix concrete concrete THEATRE. .-, :1 I

eral weeks ago when Morgan i take several projects which engineers when it purchased more than year's tourney will determine block piers, fencft posts, sand I '---' WE.flOT ;

I appeared before their PTA to, say are a "must"! The 40 acres for the school farm. whether or not it will be con- cement,mortar mix rock,steel L F9R.S \LE 'ell you we"help you bu&*

discuss with them the matterof list came in a report from Morgan said that was done tinued in years to come andif oyster vshejl: limercck; and roolgravel."Phone I ood selection of new and

declining school enrollment.He Reynolds, Smith, and Hills of: 'because the owner would not it will be enlarged next to 964-2521. tfchg By Owner ised 8' and 10' wide Mobile .

.... ...'" assured them Monday Jacksonville, the city's engin- sell a portion of the tract take in more teams. Bradford--Engineering--.- '-Co. i In Pinehurst Subdivisior. Homes- ,
that if they could maintain eering firm, and composed without selling all. : Four teams will participate TRAILER MART I Concrete Block Home, ::3I LAKE GENEVA

; GROCERY MARKET enrollment at a minimum of what the firm termed Phase I Morgan said he did not see in the tournament this year. Representing 8 Manufacturers -I Bedrooms & Florida Room TRAILER: PARK t

80''in- the first six grades, the or top priority projects. The any worthwhile purpose to be Augustine will} meet Live as low as $385.00 downon Carport & Utility Room I mi. SE of Keystone Hta. ;
Limifs school would be maintained pioject would cost approxi- served in holding a public i and New 55 x 10 wide. We trade : -
Half Mile ;North Of-City -U. S. 301 i Oak at 7 p. m. Friday for F. H. A. Approved on Route 100
I 7 financ-
for the first grades with the matter since anything. years
mately $89,000 and includes a meeting on Starke will play Hawthorneat tf

;; OPEN 7 DA YS-7. A.M. TO 11 P.M. three teachers. He predicted, new line truck for the electri- the delegation had presentedthe I. 8. Saturday night will seethe t ingwith. 17. East low payments.Palatka dial HYWYNo. 328- Small Phone Down 964-3544 Payment. FOR_ -ckj
however, a strong possibilitythat cal department and aerators, case for not selling the two winning teams play 1050 325-2048. RENTTbedroom house
S the 7th and 8th grades be or tfchg. 717 '%. Cypress Street trailer. Can be moved on your
corrosion control equipment, property as well as it could for the championship of the -- -- -
Black E ed' PeM FOR RENT Adults only. own, lot. Phone 964-1651,
-10 would be consolidated with the
61-il Fla.
;: chlorinators, repair of the 'presented. .. tournament and the losers First class apartment. Living 2tchg 12-8
I ,
I junior high school in Starke, well at the power plant, and After the delegation left the will play off for third and. room, bedroom, bath and -
k'ottedMeat---- I and the delegation seemed the installation of yet another -meeting the board executed an fourth places in the line up. kitchenette. No pets please. BEWARE of buying any encyclopedia FOR R'ENT Furnished four
: 'C I willing for this, if they could. W. Powell for sale I I. before you set 'oonj; cottage. Nicely furniahd. -
well for future use in the wa- option to C. For the first time students 128 N. Church. _, St. 2t 12-6. WORLD
I the first six at -- -- -- BOOK. Call or writt > Located. 558 W. Call B964 \.
keep grades tract for $10- -
100 .
il ter system. The council so far: of the. acre I this year may purchase sea COUNTRY LIVING M. A. PAYNE, your local representative I hon

Pork & Beans I Brooker. has just discussed the possibility -: ,000( with costs of closing the son basketball tickets entitling Two bed rpom.jnasonry! house, since 1956, Box 60 .. -4621 ...______Uchg

Harrell said, "We have a of the project being un transaction to be paid by Po I them to see all 10 home 4 acres cleared land, paved phone_964-379t_ ... __tfchi '<'OR SALE-2 and 3 bedroom I.
: ;I potential of new residents at dertaken. well. The option is good for games" for only 50 cents. Ad-I road, electricity. 3-4 mile of FOR SALS-100 ft. lots front- homes. Close to schools and

,Vienna SausageGRADE iJ j I Brooker but some people seem City Attorney George Pierce 30 day .. mission for adults will be 75cents town. Price $6,000. A. J. Thomas. ing Hiway 16. Phone 964-1651 shopping centers. Se' ell Beitf-
to think* we don't have as good I Realtor 'y, phone 964-2881.
announced that the School the same as last sea -- ---.- 2tchg 12-6 lip
: "AuER.YERS teachers*' in the sma II e r Board has agreed to deed a OrdinationServices son. Admission for studentsat W F. Glenn-- -- FOR SALE- -Large Coleman FOR SALE- R.C.A.-" portable

C I i schools- street just south of Southsid the gate will be 35' cents WANTED General office circulating heater. Good con- Stereo. Phone 969-2011. itch,
( It was also pointed out that Elementary School to the city. Set per game. work. Will be available by Jan. dition 734. N. Thompson SItfchg -A-- -- -
Brooker's growth is hampered 2. High school 2 col- WATKINS ROUTE in tbiit
The move came after the ALLaurelBaptist ,' grad. yrs. irea is open for semi-retired
: LB. 7 by the lack of adequate hous- council had refused to assume Mrs. Scholl lege. 5 yrs. business exper YOUR OLD WATCH will man orb.dyMariv semt-retir-
: ing which has caused some ience. Contact LaTrelle Ham- make the down d opoole!
the responsibility of turningthe A special service for the ordination garment on a are earning 150.00()
: would-be new residents to set- gravel road into a one- of deacons will be Elected Area ilton._ __ _Brooker._ 2362._ u Itchg beautiful new Bulova a1! '0 $t 00,00 DP? week deondiig
'" tie in other nearby communities. House for SaleNO DOWN Dahmers Discount House. ,n tim'" devoted! to ,'the uI.:'
; I way street to insure the safe- held at Laurel Baptist Churchat CD GovernorAt PAYMENT. $3000 per mo. 5 __.__ __ ._ tfchg vfis Mavbp you ,:an auftli ",
: .FRESH LINK 80-student ty of school children gettingoff : 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec.' 9. rm. house will move to your FOR RENT Furnished A- For nersonal { .t rvlt'w in vbtlforeq

: .PURE PORK !SAUSAGE lb. 59c : In discussing the Ed- buses because the street A basket picnic'dinner.. will be the annual meeting of lot if located near Camp oartments I & 2 bedrooms. VTtff J. J{. llrChr1tt.: .
minimum requirement, Williston. Florida 4tch'
1 was not city owned- served at 1,p.m., following the the Florida Civil Defense As- Blanding. Earl Bryson Co. EL we pay lights and water, Contact g 1,2t

S: VAN CAMP NO. 2'/ CANS wards asked: "Can we count Clerk Edwards told the morning service. Everyone is sociation held in Ft, Lauder- 4-3650. nite. EV 9-7466, Jack- ton 431 Center: St. or Bulling. I "'OR RENT: 2 brdrQozflbu4 t :
Starke Appliances.
I the ones now coming to Phone Da
council, that he has received welcome to attend any or all dale last Thursday and Fri I sonville._ '__ __ .Itp 964-6551. Night furnished, Aoplv Mrs. J. -p.ipjrmnur. .
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: PORK. ,&. BEANS 4 for 99c :, on the bus who should?" be attending complaints of the city's $2 of these services.- Rev. D. E. day, Mrs. C L. Scholl, Bradford FOR SALE- One new Trampoline 9847191.tf ch 6fi4 N. Water m..up'

: I '., at Brooker ;.1 1I. charge for cutting off gas Will,'pastor.?: County Civil Defense Di- ) size. 5'x7' at less than -COLONIAL------FLORIST--- : FORHENTfurnlshed'4-- i I
SUNNYLAND I :, The answer was, "Yes. '
heaters in the summer being wholesale. Call 4150 Keystone
elected Area Gov- room apartment with bath.
: PURE: ,LARD -8 lb. bucket $1.39SAKE I.' Morgan 'said. "Our expenditures too high. Council Chairman ernor rector,for was the North Florida H *.hts"t--_ ___ ___ .'* .Only F. T. .F'Ior1st.1n] Starke'Flowers **'Us' prefere4. Phone 969-4
at Brooker have been half fire hpse at $490 wired: any pfcce. Flowers -
Ruby Johns explained, however and a LARGEAND SMALL PONIES I 1185. 3tp 12-2Q
:.high. We thought attendance and two hose-nozzles for $135. Civil DefenseArea which, includes for all occasions loyally _, ______ _
: ; :RITE: : Shortening u.- 3 Ibs. 59c I. that the 'charge is act- 18 counties. and carts for. sale. Inquire at C W. Savase
Phone 964-6291. 506 East
would this and ,
: pick up year, ually $1 for cutting the gas Splange'rs! Brooker. ltp Nora ,- .j
: JOUNTItY5' 'KIST :were shocked when the total off and another similar fee : hare you an old refrigerator FOR SALE Ford '58 Ran- ,St: tfchjPEYTON i FOR RENT-Furnished love iV
Zipper Notebooks $3.49 at \
.I declined. for turning 'it. back on, but is fan or tools: which you no longer chero truck. Clean, good con- I serious; 2 bedroom: dupe!
: CORN or PEAS- caiis 29c.I Change Route Here just collected at one time to Bradford County Telegraph. ,I use. Convert them into cash dition. See at 386 W. Weldonor 119 S. FLORIST 'n.tmf'\t THOMPSON
The board also heard from 12-26'' ST. Good neighhorhooi
Dhone 964-6932. 4to
I simplify book work.Mayor :.. .. : = .,
$ACE. f-- ------ --- PHONE9644155
3 S 'l.U'" ; gr Wt5 Renner Apts. Call l
a delegation of' Wilson Road
told WOMAN like to work. 5 half
Randal Chitty MGIIT 964-3891 1) ._;74l. Itch,
or 969-1022
EACHES-No,2'/2can; 25c [Southeast Starkel mothers i
- sit. 925 E. Brown- ,
the council that'eight xrity days or baby ----------- --- ---
S ,:. who protested ,their children employees are now enrolled in Gas naYs/ : t lee'St. Up DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS -TTRKEY; SHOOT atA2aleI' l
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VITA 'FOODAPPLE :, being the first to be picked up I L. IL GIQSOI1.r We Flowers Anywhere 'rive on Hat Dec. 8 at 1:3: I
night school in the adult education ._ _
JELLY lb. jar 25c I by the bus in the morningand program: As an incentive Cut Those r-PRETTY- KITTENS- -- --to good -- --- tfchg -- m ls0lpztobt'zho
1 'ff this Sat. Dec. 8 at 2:30: p
the last to be brought : to attend school the city I homes.. 4. miles South on Rt. REGISTER NOW for adult Itch
JIM HANDY S home in the' afternoon. This is giving employees an extraday's I Repair Bills 100.. J. O. Bass, Jr:... _Up! 'evemns; classes. Mail YOW n"---_ .--._- __ __ ... --
C 'makes some of the elementary course selections' L. H. Gib- yoRSALEReasonabl&'edroom 2
vacation'for every course t WANTEDj Maintenance son. Drawer IDOL( Starke. '$2.00 ; house."modern kit-
children have to be '"
GRL1S.----SLBS. away completed. Chitty I also said ,with [ JnaQ. Apply; at Business Office fee per course. Negro adults
tile bath. Contact Qladyj
; I from home from 7:15 ajn. to the Doctors Hospital, 314 N, Temple contact Prof. I "hen. ,
I first employee to obtaina I Ii i i Thompkins. R.JE. 337 N. Walnut St,
r around 4 or 5 pan., it was said. Ave; Itchs School. tfcI-ig Harrington
CABIN HOME diploma should be rewarded
I 1 r e1t
The board to have Natural Gas _. .
I agreed for increasing his value to i WANTED Coon or Otter FOR RENT -Furnished and -- --- -- -

i. : !j Williams. change her route in Clerk Edwards also 'told the ,, Hide and Fur Dealers, U.s. 90,1 unfurnished 2 or 3 bedroom FOR SALE Philco Bendbi
) : .. the.morning: tQ pick the Wilson council that Blue Cross-Blue For "care free;'* "trouble free"hea'ting, cooking West Yacclenny Flat: P.O. Box I houses. RC4soI1bPrent.W.! W. H. I used automatic washer Good

i Road students up last.: Shield hospitilizatibn insurance ind water heading' the'fT'inOtPng, like, Natural 213. ''phone Alpine 9-4791' orAL' I Noliman. tarke. .. tfchg : condition 450..Ehone 964-1931,
; GRAIN RICE I 9-7835:;_4ta 12-27 : FOR SALE -r Simmons place, .It
LQNG s ibs. 59c : S BAYLESS HIGHWAY has gone up $1.70 per, Gas ,,* ,. and it's economical, too. ,It's instant, it's ; REPOSSESSED 5-piece. :715 .South, :Westmoreland, St. ----. --4-.

.MURRAY'S .* r t.:: 1"N I CHURCH SClTSDLtJE month on a ftpolicy. ThereasOn. I safe, i it's clean and your 'supply is always there. Bedroom Set. Also Breakfast gray Priced ,for? quick sale- Owner FOR RENT-l bedroom \ran
i he said is thalr I We tmof eland T i le
I 4 'V .. thj Dinett set. Hie'new. Tan foam leaving town. For; informati9n 1 Pr. r ft rPark
f. WAFERS Ib. cello 29c Sunday School ,10a.. m.Morning 'City of Starke' last year collected GET OUR 'OUR FREE SURVEY AND ESTIMATE I robber Spfal and Chair tomatch contact Williams" Jewelers.. PJionf 969 2J51. tfjhg

J. Worship, 11 a.m.Draining 'over $21,060: in claims .. \I Plus l 3. Admiral Refrigerators tfchg. FOR SALE -%- heel trailedgcxxLsbjipe. ,

GX.dED- f-. Union $ 'p. m. while paying' -less'than _$12,00 lVJ .$ 0 STARKE NATURAL GAS : U e new. Savings up FOR RENT -NiCe furnished good.tire$ 450.;

TOMATOES 8 cans 1.00 Evening Service, 7 >,>.In. PrayWednesay. -premiums. : : Jo.: 50 per c*>nt- DAHMER'S It bedroom apartment. UPr e1115 Pratt SC PhW).
er"meeting: ', 7 The c un u'aiso okeyed the City Hall Phone 964-1301. Discount Warehouse 125 ,E.tall .! stair C uy. n- B.ard. .5332861 -l 964-5211 before 6 pjn. or 964-1 i if
s--. .. ..... ,p._ 1 -
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t' purchase. of 500 feet of inch a J Itehg or: 964-5601. ; ltc1 .f J" Itchij;
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Mack Futch was in TallaI I -w : foot right-of-way for construc- '!J exhibit on Nov. 27 afMurrayState 1

hassee ;on business 'on 'Wed City To Create -S. ' S S_ 55'S S 5 Board Debates I tion of a road requested by ;) College in Kentucky

Wynn through a portion of'
nesday.Mr. Included in the exhibit
and Mrs. Bill Graham his property east of Starke. will remain on display
.. have returned from a week's Utility Dept. I IQa4riority I! Instructed the clerk to call which drawings

visit with their son, Midshipman for bids on the county's auto- through Dec. 22, are ten -
mobile fleet policy and work- : in crayon, ink. and pen-
W. H. Graham HI, at (ajinued from Page 1) .

ir GLADYS HOOTT, PHONE 964OeMJ. the' Naval Acedemy in Ana-- Continued From Page 11and them and promise to pay in men's compensation. < ril; seven oil paintings, two

.' poUs, Md., They attended the i January, 1964- but it'll cost' Accepted low bid of Gulf} ; watercolors three pieces of

Fred Thomson of U. of: P. Frank. G. Hemingway enter Army-Navy: game on Satur- relay department them! to the head.appropriate A- i i w 4 $W'more, in interest." Oil Corporation on the cotuity's '!, sculpture, seveial ceramic pots,
%* -1 and oil needs.
win' spend the weekend with ed Baptist Memorial Hospitalin 'I''' day.' portion 'of the present council "It'll be worth' it," Prevatt' gas i iI and a few selected photo.

his grandparents, Mr. and Jacksonville last week and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews i commented. I graphs.
meeting room in the city I
Mrs. F. F. stump. will undergo surgery Friday spent the weekend with Mr. hall will be partitioned off to I I, Commissioner Green withdrew Starke Student ;, The exhibit Is a requirement\
and Mrs. J W. Burgess in"Mi- his motion after it fail- in art at Murray
I .1M!. and Mrs.. John} ,A TaI morning.Mrs. ; I Iami' accommodate the, new office, Exhibits Art : for a, degree
; HKiL'H ;,
and attended the UF-Mi- ed to get second.
I a State. .
rode were in Miami for the C. F. Ward returned the council stated. : ; '
I ami game. : I Passing on to other road At Murray State stefanelli is the,son of Mr
weekend attending the Racing Monday from Linden, Ala. At present the short-wave : i
Commission Miss MaYa Lee Thomas of j. matters, the Commissionersgot and.Mrs. Henry Stefanelh of
meeting and the where she was the guest for
radio set is installed on the of
Jacksonville was visiting her J into a warm discussion of i Raymond Stefanelli Starke.
! UF-Miami game. two weeks of Rev. and Mrs.
father Herb Thomas, on Mon- desk of City Clerk Merrill J *'not .sticking to" previously j Starke opened his senior art
;hPvts.: Glen Reddish and Robert W. S. McAliley and family. Edwards and he controls communication lists I
adopted priority for the
i Kelley of Fort Jackson ORANGESCHINESE HON day.Rev. between the j public --- -- -* -
-- -
Bob Badgett attendedthe ,: ; """' claying of ctrlain county '
sVc.: were home for the week EYS. DOWUNG'S PRODUCE and each individual depart- -'
Evangelistic ministers con Lucky Sportsman Wins Shotgun road : \ I I

end. "- MARKET. ference at st NichOlaS'Park ment within the city. Althoughthe Thp_on di___>_;c__t__don n__ \\1'1.' .. titwhi________ MUCH _. _
Sheriff P. D. Reddish .andMr. .Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johns ciuan; Church in Jacksonville new department is appar- Bill Brown (left), president of the Starke Lions Club, off when Commissioner uv Green; "' :--, +-< .i..,;-

4 and Mrs. Jimmy Reddish and baby of Gainesville were Monday and Tuesday.Mrs. ently aimed at removing many presents Remington automatic shotgun, given away by the asked that the 'New River, n .1 1 ''''' .. : '. .
attended the funeral of Sheriff Sunday visitors of Mr. and H. Fields wasvisitIng routine duties from his shoul- "fixed no' I '-1 "
I club, to .the lucky winner, Tim Warren at the Lions meeting church road ba next, !' 963. I
Clarence Reddish in Jes- ders Edwards made no comment ZEMm
Mrs. Charlie Cowen and Mr. Robert E
Mr. and
because in the ;
equipment was '
Thursday night. Lewis Irby, third from left, was chairmano 11.. .
t RAp, Ga. Monday afternoon. and Mrs. M. L. Johns Jr. Tanner in Baldwin over the during the meeting. area, he said, and Green had :
no-judge and Mrs. E. K. Perry- $ 'ticket sales, and Dr. D, W. Whiffen (right) is chairmanof ( TV -: 4''
Mrs. E. A. Hall and Terry weekend. Drainage ProblemIn made arrangements for the $
'man spent in Jack- 'the. .Lions. sight conservation work for which these funds 8
'Wed- :
Shannon were Tampa NAVAL ORANGES. DOWLING'S I other action at the meet- "' .. ., necessary clay. : : $1588 'lk
.sonville with Mr. and" Mrs. nesday and Thursday attend- will be'usedl, .. . S VALUEDeluxe
PRODUCE MARKET.Mrs. ing Tuesday'the council okay- S ____, n'_ .'1(0 The... board decided, however, i,
'omer Perryman. ing the Southern Discount regional P. D. Fancher has returned ed the installation of a storm to'proceed- with the Bethel and' :\

Miss Barbara Colleyjof FSD.wfll meeting.Dr. from a three weeks sewer, to relieve a lOng'stand Laurel Church road next, ac- ': 1k 0\' .14.4.1' II i

be home for the weekend. and Mrs. A. J. Barry visit in Birmingham, Ala. with ing drainage problem, from SchoolEarm; Cagers Openeason cording,; to 'previously approved -],I Compact I'ZOOI _
:The primary and junior spent the weekend with Mr. west of Monroe Streetto ... I
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fancher. the side I' ,.,. S Styling/ -.." ,. ; ,
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Sunday: school classes of the and Mrs. Paul Kramer in Fort Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade the west side of U.S. 301 *4Yrrn ;:: list.CD Salary Raised i 5 ftS .

,Methodist Church will visit Lauderdale and attended the entertained their daughter, in southwest Starke at a' cost Parceled OutS S TO iight At tHe request of Mrs. C. L. 19" PORTABLE
the Methodist Children's home
Miami-Florida football game. Susan and the Jacksonville of approximately $1,000. Scholl, county director of Civil -
liri Enterprise Saturday and Mr. and Mrs.,F. H. Kramer University cheerleaders at The sewer will relieve resi- Defense the board agreedto

have picnic lunch on the"grounds. were weekend guests of Mr. their home Monday evening. dents on Lafayette Street. who Continued' From Page. One Continued From Page One raise its share of the direc- WINKLER ELECTRIC Inc.

and Mrs. Guy Bauman in Hol- The girls were enroute to theTT. suffer in every heavy rain S \1, I tor's monthly salary from $50 ,

I Local patients admitted to I lywood. _.. nf__ _T?. basketball_______n _came._ when water nours- off the fop' forestry.. project and accused 1 is the lone senior likely to I to- $70.
Bradford County Hospital this Mrs. J. F. Bloodworth is Mrs. Gene Long and daugh- of the Winn-Dixie Store In the. board 'of"breakingfaith! start. In other action the board: GOOD; SELECTION OF USED TVs

week are; R. P.' Mc ndon, convalescing at home after ter, Helen Jane, and Mrs. E. such quantities that it goes a- with the boys" in selling 100 Backing up the guard posi- Notified the State Road Department A S

.. Margaret .tasn.', and Laura two months confinement in J. Dowling spent the weekendin cross Lafayette instead of a- acres of the tract after they. tion are four more ,juniors to proceed with 231 N. Temple Ave. Phone c.961.130lS.

Hall, all medical.i Mrs." Jesse the J. HUlls Miller Hospital in Lakeland with Mr.' and round corners in the'. gutter'as bad planted 25 acres'if it, and. in Andy Strickland/*! Barry. condemnation of a piece of ,
Newsome was released Wednesday Gainesville.Mr. had plans,for planting the re- Firth, DavidBlaisdell "aridGary : TV SERVICE THI KIND YOU LIKE
Mrs. R. M. Lee. They attended -' it should. According to City \ ., \ property owned by Mr. arid .
: after minor surgery. and Mrs. W. V. GreenJr. "open house" for the Fresh-' Surveyor Merrill MeM lan, \naind r according1'to a progressive Co e. Coach LanH named Mrs. Alton Bowies of Waldoto

Mrs. Marion Moyer spent of Raleigh, N. C. spent men Women in the Allen Spiv- the State Road Departmenthas schedule.'He said the Cole as the"third' guard behind -'\ be used as a pass road. '.,duf- '
last week*with Mr. and. Mrs.J. three days last week with Mr. ey resident hall. Mary Ann said it can accommodate FFA members' might well ask, HobbslandMoody''ancsaid ing construction of a new Our Telephone Number in the Yellow Pages of Our

.G*Moyer.in Mandarin, and and Mrs. Owen Vaughn. The Long is a freshman at Flori- the storm sewer and the city "When are they going to sell he will probably see a lot bridge on Highway 16 at Heil- Telephone Book is Listed Wrong-Please Check

friends, in Jacksonville.. Yaughns also had as weekend da-Southern College.Mr. needs only to write for token our cows?" of action this season. Other bronn Springs. I Regular Section for Correct Number.

Mrs. Gladys Weldon was I guests, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. and Mrs. Mike O'Brien permission to install it. Board memVer" Hall said: 'iI f; members of the team are forwards Accepted a deed from Mr. ,

visitjng, Mr. and Mrs. Steve 1 Freeman Sr of Tampa and son of Jacksonville spent The council, however, set think we made an administrative Harold Bishop, a' Junior and Mrs. Carl Wynn for a 60- .

,Weldon in'Macclenny over'the Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams the weekend with Mr. and no specific date on which the error in selling the and Gary Kouba and --

''weekend. and son Bill, were weekend Mrs. T. H. Slade. sewer, which will extend approximately tract without informing the I Billy Dowling, two seniors

*;h. Shi Smith Jr., Misse Bob- guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. E.: NAVEL ORANGES. DO.W- 150 feet, will be boys. They need clarification.The There are only three seniors I nI

Jaie Fay Smith Gale Stevenson Simmons in Miami and attended LING'S PRODUCE MARKET. installed. McMillan told the board "'should1 write tb on the entire squad who returned -

,'and Mrs. Edith Christian the Florida-Miami council that with a letter of them and explain our action." every man with the I

t sen were in New Orleans from football game. Others attend- permission from the SRD the A1thougli' not brought out single exception of David In :,

.:: 'ridayt Monday visiting Mr. ing the game in Miami over Residents Fight city can install the pipe whenit at the meeting, each memberof gram who transferred to Tal- ,

"-and:Mrs. F. C. Stevenson. the weekend were Sen. and is ready. the board had received a lahassee. !m Words or less, one time __--____---_ J& .Memorials, Resolutions ______..? Be "far "Oft
IDs. L. A. Taylor: Jr. of Mrs Charley Johns, Rep. and Uniforms letter signed by officers of the When the Tornadoes take
1 Employee If not paid 1 in advance _-_-____________ I.oCants/) _of Thanks, up to. 50 words ?,. ? ?.8|
Tampa spent the weekend Mrs. Arch Thomas Jr., Mr. To SchoolIn Uniforms for all city employees two FFA'ehapters protestingthe the court tomorrow they will
Keep Keyed Wind Ads __________ __ ,. ..
with Mr. and 'Mrs.! Merritt and Mrs. Tate Powell Jr., and were okayed for a three sale of'the property. be backed by many hours of ; or ,(,--- 1.00 Over ..M'orlls 5c per wqr.

Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Ferguson.Tom month trial period by the Morgan said that: the boysin work put in during the off Each additilnalfori! O\IT 20 _______ 03 Display' ads I in Classified ____ 1.50 per, 1t*

Mr. and Mrs..C. P. TIson of Long Jr. of FSU will Brooker council in hopes that they will the chapter now are prob- season. The team has playedas f INSURANCEAT iII .

Fernandina Beach wereweekend be home for the weekend.Mr. better advertise the city and ably n6tjamiliartwith the circumstances a unit in the city league r REDUCED RATES I I HASTINGS MATT ES&

guests of Mrs. O. L. Beas- and Mrs. Cula Coran also improve its appearance. of the original and has even played the var-. AUTO FIRE BOAT I UIHLSTERY l\'ORQ

Icy and:! Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. visited Mrs. Florence Willey .FtnnHniit3 Prnm. Patr: Onpl Minimum cost for each of the purchase 12 years ago. He said sity teams from other area DOYLE E. CONNER '1111!I
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: Mrs. Claudia Dupuis and at Jacksonville Beach Sunday.Mr. city's 30 to 35 employees to he would be glad tq,meet and high schools in informal ses'- INSURANCE AGENCY 710 Lemon St. -"!< "Ptlatka;

1 Mr$. Ernest Muggins of Alach- and Mrs. Sid Shuford schools have the same quali- have two changes per week discuss the matter with them. sions. Phone 964-4501 tfchg I,, Furniture Repaired,

: ua were last Thursday visitors and daughter, Debbie, spent fications as teachers in the will run approximately $3,000 Smith stated that 'the._ FFA Christmas TournamentAn Upholstered & Refihisheil

of Mrs. W. B. Alexander Sunday at Silver Springs. larger schools. He said that, : per year. If the uniforms area members literally. built,. the added feature of this FOR corder.SALE Used-Webco very little.Tape Good Re I Read The Classifieds! MATFRESSES.REUtJII4'

I and Miss Wilma Alexander. Merle Grider of Fernandina especially in the primary I success after the trial periodnew vocational agriculture 'build- cage season: will be the first, Condition. Phone 9640922. IF YOUR NAME tt New Innefgpringa )

Mrs. G. A. Gay is visiting Beach spent Saturday to Wednesday grades, pupils might receive suits will be ordered with ing, with a. minimum of paid i annual Bradford High Christ-1. ..__ Itp I FOUND AMONG. THE and BoxJ3priflga: I

: her son, Gerald, and family in with his parents, Mr. even more individual atten- "City Starke"' and the em- supervision, several 'years ago, I mas Basketball Tournament LISTINGS- WANTED -All] CLASSIFIED ADS, CALI Drop Us A card or Call

Miami this week. 'I and Mrs. R. H. Grider. tion in the small school due ployees' individual department ,$husrsavuig the; ,school t board! |I to be played Friday and Sat- typesStrout Realty. P. O. AT TIlE TELEGRAPH PALATKA A S-16J.
to the smaller' number pupils embroidered "on them. several thousand dollars'm. labor urday, December 21 and 22, Box 307. Starke. Phone 468- :
.. 1766. tf OFFICE FOR A FREL:
for each teacher. chg
Council also discussed costs.
once with games at 7 and 8 p. m. MRS. sl iEa.
The Brooker residents were again the possibility of nego- lawson said the previous each night. Coach Land em- FOR SALE TICKET TO THE FLOR1 Stark PEGGY, Agent .

alerted to the situation sev- tiating another loan to under- board "stuck its neck,.out;* phasized that support of this Ready mix concrete. concrete: DA THEATRE. L 1

eral weeks ago when Morgan take several projects' which engineers when it purchased more than year's tourney will determine block piers, fence posts, sand WE nO.T o ;

appeared before their PTA to say are a "must"! The 40 acres for the school farm. whether or not it will be con- cement,mortar mix,rock,steel, FOR SALE :ell you we 'help you buy \

discuss with them the matterof list came in a report from Morgan said that was done tinued in years to come andif oyster shel: limerock' and roof :.lood selection of new and

declining school enrollment.He Reynolds Smith, and Hills of 'be ause the owner would not it will be enlarged next to gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg By OwnerIn ised!' 8' and 10' wide Mobile )>.

..". assured them Monday Jacksonville, the city's engin- sell a portion of. the tract take in more teams. Bradford- Engineering_. Co. Pinehurst Subdivision Homes
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,I that if they could maintain: eering firm, and composed without selling all. Four teams will participatein TRAILER MART Concrete Block Home, 3 LAKE GENEVA

GROCERY & MARKET enrollment at a minimum of what the firm termed Phase I Morgan said he did not see the tournament this year. Representing 8 Manufacturers Bedrooms & Florida Room TRAILER PARK

.. '- 80>in- the first six grades, the or top priority projects. The any worthwhile purpose to be St. Augustine will meet Live as low as $385.00 downon Carport & Utility Room. I mi. SE Keystone Hts.

Half Mile North ,Of City LimitV-U. ;S. 301 school would .be maintainedfor pioject would cost approxi- served in holding a public Oak at 7 p. m. Friday and for New 55 x 10 wide. We.trade F. H. A. Approved on Route 100
the first six grades with since anything. 7 years financing -
mately $89,000 and includes a meeting on the matter Starke will play Hawthorneat
three teachers. He predicted, line truck for the electri- the delegation had presentedthe will with low payments. HYWYNo. Small Down Payment. tfchg.
I OPEN, 7 DAYS-7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. 8. Saturday night see 17. East Palatka dial 328-
Phone 964-3544 "
--. however, a strong possibilitythat cal department and aerators,, case for not selling the the two winning teams play 1050 or 325-2048. tfchg. FOR RENTTbedroom house
the 7th and 8th grades could be 717 W. Cypress Street trailer.. Can be moved on your
corrosion control equipment,, property as well as for the championship of the ----- -
: Black Eyed'Pew t< 0 would be consolidated with the FOR RENT Adults only. own. lot. Phone 964.1651,.
1 Starke Fla.
CANS I chlorinators, repair of the old ;>resented tournament and the losers First class apartment. ,
Living 2tchg 12-8
I I junior high school in Starke well at the power plant, and After the delegation left the will play off for third and room bedroom, bath and S ,
a dotted I and the delegation seemed the installation of'yet another -meeting the board executed an fourth places in the line up. kitchenette. No pets please. BEWARE of buying any encyclopedia FOR RENT Furnished four

: Meat'C I willing for this, if they could well for future use in the wa- option to W. C. Powell for sale For the first time students 128 N. Church_._ St. 2t 12-6. WORLD before you set oon> cottage. Nicely furmgh.d. .--

i keep the first six grades at ter system. The council so far of the 100 acre tract for $10- this year may purchase sea- -COUNTRY-- LIVING- -- M. A. PAYNE BOOK., your Call local or writ rep- > Located 558 W-' Call Sihonc \.

Pork&Bean&---- Brooker. has just discussed the possibility -: ,00ff. with costs of closing the son basketball tickets entit- Two bed room jnasonry hQuse, resentative since 1956, Box 60 : .._984.-4621 __ .. Itchg;

i|, Harrell said. "We have a of the project being un- transaction to be paid by Powell ling them to see all 10 home 4 acres cleared land, pa'edroad phone. _9643794._ .tfch 'OR SALE-2 and 3 bedroom i

1 i potential of new residents at dertaken. The option is good for games, for only 50 cents. Ad electricity. 3-4 mile of FOR SALE-100 ft. lots front- homes. Close to schools and '
,Vienna 'SausageGRADE \ Brooker, but some people seem town. Price $6,000. A. J.Thomas. shopping ccnt rs. Sewell
City Attorney George Pierce 30 days,. mission for adults will be 75 ing Hiway 16. Phone 964-1651 ReaV
: T to think we don't have as good announced that the School cents, the same as last sea- Realtor.5 ---.-- -- 2tchg 12-6 >y, phone 964-2881 lIp

: "AufRYERS teachers in the smaller Board has agreed to deed a I Ordination son.: Admission for studentsat ._ W F. Glenn-- FOR SALE -Large Coleman FOR SALE-. -.A.- portable ,

C ,I i schools.1tI street just south of Southside the gate will be 35 cents WANTED General office circulating heater. Good con Stereo. Phone 989-2011._ Itchg
| It was also pointed out that Elementary School to the city. Services Set per game. work. Will, be available by Jan. dition 734 N. Thompson Stfch t

27 I j 1 Brooker's growth is hamperedby The move came after the IA'tLaureI BaptistA 2. High school' grad. yrs. col A area WATKINS is open for ROUTE"semi-retired in th&!

IB 1 the lack of adequate hous- council had refused to assume Mrs. Scholl lege. 5 yrs. business exper- YOUR OLD WATCH will mart orJadr.,Mariv semt-retir-
ing which has caused some the responsibility of turningthe special service for the ordination ience. Contact LaTrelle Ham- make the down payment on a "d DPoole are earning $60.00
to set- ilton. Brooker:: 2362. Itchg beautiful lo $10000 DI'j-
would-be neresidents gravel road into a one- of deacons will be Elected Area new Bulova a1! week deoendlnirm
( '" tle in other nearby communi:: House"for SaleNO DOWN Dahmers Discount House. tim devoted to 'the buy-
way street to insure the safe- at Laurel Baptist Churchat
I ties. CD GovernorAt PAYMENT. $30.00 per mo. 5 ,_ tfcho pss. Mavb vnu fan:: : (iualifV.
: JRESIl LINK ty of school children gettingoff 2:30: pm.: Sunday Dec.' 9. rm. house will move to your' FOR RENT Furnished A- For personal Intenriew, in' vbiif
In the 80-student .
: PURE PORK SAUSAGE .. lb. 59c :i minimum discussing requirement Ed- buses because the street A basket picnic dinner will be the annual meeting of lot if located near Camp Bailments 1 & 2 bedrooms q writ J. }{. 11 Gat1t'.

1 was not city owned. served at 1 p.m., following the the Florida Civil Defense Association Blanding. Earl Bryson Co. EL I we oav lights and water Con- WIlUston.Florida4tchg1. &
: VAN CAMP. NO. 2'/ CANS I wards asked: "Can we count Clerk Edwards told the morning service. Everyone is held in Ft Lauder- 4- ,650. mte EV 9-7466, Jack- ton tact 431 Cemer 81. or Bulling- "e'OR RENT: 2 bedJiou4 t :
to Starke Aupliances.
the ones now coming Phone Da
council that he has received all sonville. ltp ) ,Ii.mour.
I welcome to attend any or dale last Thursday and Friday =_ ____ ._ fumjJhE'd.Anp1" Mrs. .7.'S
PORK & BEANS 1- 4 for 99c on the bus who should be attending t 5- Night
I .
: at Brooker?" complaints of the city's $2 of these' services.- Rev. D. E. ,. Mrs. C:. L. Scholl. Bradford FOR SAL&- One new Trampoline 9647191.tf ch -- 654-N.- Water S4-14j
: '., charge for cutting off gas Willis, pastor. County Civil Defense Di- size. 5'x7' at less than ---- FOR BENT .= furnished" (
: UNNY NI) I The answer was, "Yes. FLORIST .
wholesale. 4150
I heaters in the summer being I Call Keystone
elected Area Governor room apartment with bath .
: PURE: ,LARD ..8 lb. bucket $1.39 i i.' Morgan 'said, "Our expenditures too high. Council Chairman rector,for was the North FloridaI Heirhts,- 'Jtchf Only F. T. D. FJoristrin Starke i. '''"1ts pref red. Phone; 9694
i at Brooker have been Ruby Johns explained, how- and: a half fire hose at $490 LARGE'.AND SMALL POMES /lowers ; any place: Flow 11185! 3tp
:.high. We thought attendance and two' hose'nozzles for $135. Civil. Defense. Area which" includes I ers for all occasions locally -- .-.-- .-12-20J......
i and
:: STAKE RITE Shortening ..' 3 lbs. .' 59c ever, that the charge is act- 18 counties. carts for sale. Inquire' at Ic W. Savasei
Phone 964-6291.508 East'Nout
this _
I would pick up year, ually $1 for cutting the gas Spfange'rs, Br'ooker. Up .
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: JvOUNTRY','Ifl1 .r: ;. :were shocked when the total off' and another similar fee .49 at Have you an old refrigerator,' FOR SALE Ford '58 Ranchero I tfchjPEYTON i.I FOR RENT-Furnished love"I
t declined." Zipper Notebooks $ ,,
I for turning 'if back on, but is fan or tool: which you no longer truck. Clean, good con- I 'v flQrIrIq! 2 bedroom: duplex
= 'CORN or PEAS.. 2 cais 29c Change Route Here just! collected at one time to Bradford County Telegraph. use. Convert them into cash' dition. See at 386 W. Weldon 119 S. FLORIST S"tJ-tmrnt, *'*h screened bac
The board also heard froma 12-26 ST. oorch Good neighborhooc
I or phone! 964-6932. 4tp
simplify work.
OSAGE 1. ,. 'I C ,,\1.1" ; delegation of' Wilson Road book 1'i :: !I PJlOXE4155 "-r UI(5 RenDer Apts. Call l
Mayor Randal Chitty told ,. WOMAN likeYo work. 5 half ')'; "" .
NIGHT 964-3891 tfch
PEACHES No 2Yz 25cJ'VITA'FOOD [Southeast Starkel mothers I or 969-1022 : _.
can i days sit. 925 E. Brownlee
the council that eight city or baby. -- --- ---. -
I who protested their children employees are now enrolled in I Gas Genn/e Says: I 'St. _*_Up: l DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS "1JRKEY SHOOT at .Az lt
--- Wire
,. being the first to be picked up I Hovers Anywhere Trfve on Sat Dec 8 at 1:3( i
night school in the adult educatiOn L. IL. Gibojx)
tfchg m /If) 80 lo, pjg to b> shot
I APPLE JELLr-2 lb. jar 25c I by and the the bus last in the morning program: As an incentive 1 f'lIb4 LI\ Cut ThoseRepair I PRETTY KITTENS to good --- --- .. )ff this Sat. Dec. 8 at 2:30: p \\
to be brought I REGISTER NOW !
: to attend' school the cityis homes. 4. miles South on for aduh Itch?
JMJUNJY ;.home in the afternoon. This giving employees an extraday's I 1 BIlls7i1 I I 100. J. O. Bass. Jr.: _Rt'j'evening; classes. Mail YOW -"I- __
C makes some'of the elementary WANTEDf '. course selections td 1... H. Gibson .FOR SALEReasonable..
vacation for every course .. .. I I M Drawer 109. Starke.$2.00 bedroom h use."modern kit
children have to
GRLTS----5LBS. be away i'LI jila: .. at Business Office ,
: I II completed. Chitty also said with i tee per course. Negro, adults "hen. tile bath. Contact Gladys
I I from home from 7:15 aon. to the first employee to- obtain Doctors''MoS\itaI.\? 314 N, Temple contact Prof. Thompkins.. R.J. "Tf, Walnut '
CABIN, HOME'MEAL ''t around 4 or 5 pjn., it .was sail. a diploma should be reward- 1 1r --Ave.S .. -__ Itch! I ,E. School.. tfchR Harrington St4 I
The board agreed to have NaturalGasFor WANTED oiTotterhides. 1t9
ed' for increasing his value to FOR RENT -FumishecTandunfurnished --
.- a 5 LBS. : the driver of this bus Mrs. the city.'S- Davis Brothers, Pecan.I!* apartments. Also --.!..iiiI: fn IS---------t. ;

t ': Williams, change her route in Clerk EdT rds'also 'told the Hide and Fur Dealers, U.S. 90, unfurnished 2 or '3 bedroom FOR SALE Philco Bendbi :
.. S S ,. the morning tQ pick' the. Wil- council l that Blue Cross-Blue : "care free.," "trouble- free" heating, cooking West"Macclenny. FIA.; p.o. Box I houses. Reasonable rent.W. H.Nol1ma.n. used automatic washer Good ,
IaAL S 21$, > tarke. tfchgFOR.
phone AIpIne9-4791 ,
son Road students up r last.: Shield ''hospituization insur ind? water heading there's; ,. nothing; like, Natural orAL97835. condition 450-Ehone 964.19311
_4tp. 12-27 SALE -r Simmons place, : "It I
'GRAINRICE' 5 11 : .
;LQNG >8. 59c BAYLESS: HIGHWAY alice has gone up $1.70 per Gas ..- -. and it's economical too.. It's instant, it's [ REPOSSESSED 5-piece ,:ns. JSoutb, Westmoreland, St. \ --
I month on a family'poficy. The gray FOR RENT 1 bedroom tail-
Priced ,
t 1.: \ CHURCH SCHEDLUB safe it's clean and 'suPPlY is always there. Bedroom Set. Also Breakfast for, quick sale. Owner It
.MURRAY'S\ your I
W tmoTPland i
: i. < reason,. he said, is that tirf 1 Dinett set, !Hfce'new. Tan foam leaving tom For informs U9n pro Trailer
; 4N4IA: _! WAFERS 1 Ib. cello 29 : I. Sunday' 4 School. ,iOLm. 'City of Starke' last year'toflec- GET OUR 'OUR'TREE SURVEY AND ESTIMATES i iST rubber Sofa and Chair tomatch contact Williams S Jewelers.tfchg. Park. PJ1on_ $"2151. tfchg ;

,Morning WorshiP, U a. m. ted 'over $21,000 in claimswhile 1 Plujj ? AimiraJ Refrigerators : FOR SALE: -2-wheel trailer]
ituJC TED J. : Training Umon.'p.m.EVenmr paying less than $12,000' ARK NATURAL GAS : Uke nsv. Savings up FOR RENT -Nice furnished f goocL shape good "tires 450', i

OMA Service 7 Pray: -premiums.v 'v' Jo; 50 per centDAHMER'S 1 bedroom apartment, upr See nattl5pratt Sfc'Pfione] I
TOES 8 cans 1.00 poa. :
-* Viaeetlng The council also okeyed the City Hall S 'Pho e 96-1.1301: Discount Wa! .hQuse, 125' .E. stairs, Call .P. B. Beard. 53V t 964-521) before 6 p.m. or 9641
.I' I ...... .... ", Wednesdav., .., 7< p.- S I "t'.: ll St. -' : 281r" .ttc t_ ,
S ltchg1 } tl tl1trhk
*, w-'I'f .) S St. ., purchase of 500 feet of, inch-- ,. (.. ..' .. I .. .96.9601..4' t ., :

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Youth FellowshipIs UF Choirs ,> -'t ." I I cheerleaders sponsored a de- son twins, Charles and George, ;

WHAT WHEN )( I'.s. ; licious chicken supper at the who were 13 years old. i I
EntertainedThe Baldwin School cafeteria last J I

I AND WHERE, To' Perform Friday night. The Indians deserve AOTICE INVITATION BIDSt FOR I !

Youth Fellowship of the I much lecogmUoiv tot' ITEM 1 MATERIALS: to : I
Church This furnish all refrigeration machinery -
First Presbyterian Sunday
splendid playing I (
GLADYS MOOTY PHONE tGl-6151 gave a party Friday night in'I, Dec. la I year. They won nine straight i condensers- motors equipment compressors, and accessories '

_- .the educational building in I Little Women's Club Christ- presentation, of one games and lost only their first with two (2) disconnect I

District Director I Little WomenThe lieu of their hayride which was I mas program, 7:30 p.m. club i I Bach's'greatest works, one, which was to Hastings, i wiring switches and all other and all items electrical or ma
of incle-
called off because
house. mas Oratorio," win by one point and tied for I terials necessary to having: a
To Be Guest Little Women's Club ment weather. Dec. 11 I the Christmas season on I first place in the conference II I I complete refrigeration unit, other -
than installation, for cooFerroom
At Woman's ClubMrs. will meet Monday Dec. 10, at dancing The group and enjoyed refreshments games, Wesleyan Service Guild, 7:30: i University of Florida p __ __ with Father Lopez of Daytona approximately x 30' x

7:30 1: p.m. in the club ...house, p.m. Methodist FellowshipHall. Sunday Dec. 9. Beach. 10', and of such size to guarantee

Hayden Burns. District for their annual Christmas during the evening. I The performance, .f ___ _. On Friday night, Nov. 23, I 3S to a 42 drop degrees from within 85 degrees 4 hour ti>

Director of the 'Florida Federation program. Mrs. Louise Tenly Chaperoning the party were Dec. 12 ed by the University's Dep : they played the Father Lopez i and hold this temperature.

of Woman's Clubs, will will present the devotional. Rev. 'Walton Grady, David Starke Woman's Club ,; ment of Music, is set for 4 .. ._ team again in the Hastings I ITEM 2 MATERIALS;.
furnish two (2) complete refrigerator -
Montgomery, and Mr. and
be an honored guest of the Christmas tea, 3:30 p.m., club j m. in the Florida -- *t Potato Bowl and were victor- doors: one of which i is

BUrke Woman's Club, Wed- Senior Citizens Mrs. Guy Andrews. house. Over 300 voices, c U. _3 7_ S__. ., ___. ._--_-,__-, ,_' *-_. -I ious 18 to 13, which made to be 3'&" x 6'6". single seal fixr
nesday afternoon, Dec. 12, at Dec. 13 three University choral them the St. John's River j inside wall and the other 4'W"x
I for exterior!
6V, double
3:30: o'clock at the annual Give Surprise Junior GA'sInstall BPW Christmas party at and the University I MITCHELL HOUSE MOVED Conference Champs. j wall including hardware and

club Christmas tea. OfficersThe home of Desta Dyal, 8 p.m. will participate in the Three Maxville boys Ray: facings or casings prefab reedy
Party For c; Members LaRue Corporation workmen pause before negotiating a I for installation, but not including -
The tea is one of the out- afternoon program under Barber Bob Kasson and Chris Ii Iij labor.

standing social functions of The Sehior Citizens Club Junior Girls Auxiliary Early Mailing direction of Dr. Elwood i on West Madison Street (Highway 100)) whIle moving the j Christensen were instrumental ITEM INSTALLATION: To
I 1 Mitchell house from its former location to in their team to I Ii furnish additional materials necessary -
the Christmas season and all : of the First Baptist Church ter, a member of the : Monday | helping
; met Tuesday Nov. 27 with a ; and labor to install refrigeration -
members are urged to attend. :'record' 26 members attending.The had their installation of officers -.: Tips Are Given I sity's music faculty and ;, : e\V ,site on :Myrtle Street. The house one of the older j victory. Two of the cheerlead- equipment listed in

Also being honored at the tea members surprised Mrs. and committee chairmen .. To Benefit Public tor of the University II III '!i in Starke was moved due to the rerouting: of U. S. 301 j ers are Mary Kilgore and Ed- 'I Item ITE11l''XSTALI.ATIO 1 above. : To

will be all. new .members of: Rose Halsall and W. F. Her- last Thursday afternoon at, I and Choral Union. from the courthouse. I ith Harris of Maxville. furnish all additional matt-rials

the. senior club members of long with a birthday cake and the home of their director, I I I Acting Postmaster Blake I Choral group members I[ I! Three of the Maxville mothers and labor for the complete installation -

the Junior Woman's Club and I,I[I a party, as both of them had Mrs. Don Patray. i j i Jackson expressed appreciation elude townspeople ' ' County Hospital. Mrs. Walls. Mrs. Kasson. Mrs. Barber of the doors in and.Idem doorjambs 2
T T YYYTTTT VTYi called for
members of the Little Wo- I|I birthdays on that day. Mrs. M. G; McMillan, coun-I I for the public's cooperation ;: faculty members, and I j is the former Miss Bonnie and Mrs. Kilgore helped serve. above.

m n"s Club. I Bingo and cards were other, selor installed the 22 members thus far in the 1962 "mail I I I ents who bring to the i Padgett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kilgore and Mary baked Separate bids must be fur-

Hostesses ,for the afternoon activities that were includedin of the board. early fer Christmas" cam mance a backlog of at Mrs. Harry Padgett of Max- the victory cake, which was nished All for said each equipment item to listed be

.will be: Mrs. c. J. Houpt the program before the After the business meeting paign. Jle pointed out how- two years choral singing ville. I three tiered, topped with a above.installed in a cooler room located -

chairman, Mrs. R. A. Green monthly business session. refreshments were enjoyed. ever, thit only by stepping up perience with glee clubs : By Mrs. C. B. Nolan Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Brown- football and decorated in the on Southeast corner Fajmers'Market of Unit
I State
'co-chairman. Mrs. Stanley all church choirs. i ing spent last weekend in >i school colors. i No. 1. Starke
Officers were elected by the Christmas card and Starke Florida. For
gift &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&
Noegel, Mrs. E. L. Matthews, membership as follows: Joe Brownie Scouts package mailings immediately Composed in 1734 I &a.iI Nashville, Ga.ith Mr.! The choir of Maxville Bap- i details write L. H. Lewis. Chief
Mrs. "Christmas Oratorio" is i' tist Church enjoyed a wiener State Farmers' Market, P. O.
McRae Mrs. Rob- Kerrigan. president; ,Alex will it be possible to Browning's grandparents.
process Flor-
ert Green. Mrs. Eugene Wil! i. Morton vice president; Mrs.: The Brownie Scouts will and deliver all cards and i I i sidered one of Bach's wedding of interest to a''| The Adult Class of Maxville j i roast at the church last Mon- I ida.Box Phone 1191, Winter CYpress Haven.3-3169., We

Hams Mrs. T. H. Slade, Mrs. : Rose Halsall secretary; Ar- have their Christmas party gifts by Christmas day. serious works. One of its circle of friends was that j I Baptist Training Union will i day night and held choir practice reserve the right to accept or
Charles Schmitt Mrs. Foster outstanding features is Shirley Jane Giddens hold a social at the church afterwards. : reject any part of any hid or
thur Maunder, treasurer; and Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 "It looks as if Christmasmail ,j| ; all bids in the best interest of
Shi Smith. Mrs., Gilbert N w- ,H. R. Barnes clean-up.chair o'clock at the home of their this year will set an all- distinctive use of the of Mr. and Mrs. El-;I Saturday night. Dec. 15. I Floyd and Lloyd Kilgore, the State: Farmers' Market proDOYLE -

comb Mrs. P, G. Felos Mrs. man. leader Mrs. J. D. Warren. time record," Jackson said,!]i winds, particularly the of Jacksonville, to j j The Maxville Baptists are i|I and Paul Stanley attended a gram. CONNER

;J/ H-DuPre Mrs. W. B. Parks, The next meeting will be Their project is to each bringa "well above the quarter of 'ai i;': pitched D-trumpet, Coleman son of Mr. and j I; holding their choir practice for birthday party in Jacksonville' Commissioner of Agruulture
Miss i Della Rosenberg, Mrs. I million |' used in 20th century F. B. Coleman of Max- 'I the Christmas program each Saturday night for the John-I 12-6: 2t 12-13
I Tuesday, Dec. 11, at the Lions toy for an underprivilegedchild. pieces of mail that .......
'Charley E. Johns- and Mrs. Den at 7 p.m., and the social were dispatched and delivered I'I trations. )I Il The wedding was solem- 1 Monday night at 7 p.m. The !I!Ib ... --
T. 0. i, Dr. Keister said this 1
will be a covered dish supper. here in the pre-holiday season on Saturday night. Dec. Christmas program will beheld i
Plans will also be made at of 1961." l performance promises to i the home of the bride's on Dec. 24 this year. j

Club this time for a Christmas Young Adults Have In order to avoid disappointment I: one of the best since !1I on Jammes Road in Mrs. F. B. Coleman and X"start your da y t h e"

party on December Christmas PartyThe due to late deliveries, I three-choir presentations by Rev. Bridges, Mrs. Buddy Browning spent j
Has Holiday Theme All persons 50 years of age the acting postmaster offered I I gan five years ago. of the Church of God last Saturday in Jacksonville. !! .. u-nstiine way

At December MeetThe and over may become a mem- Young Adult Sunday these easy to follow sugges- I of the difficulty of the I We are glad that Millard !

ber by attending the next School Class of the First tions: orio we've had to wait bride wore a beautiful, Strickland is much improved DRINK

Starke Junior Woman's meeting. Christian Church enjoyed a Be sure that return address the choirs were good satin dress, with white I from his recent surgery and **

Club met Monday night with covered dish supper and and the recipient's name and to perform it," he added. and a corsage of was able to attend church services -- &*
Christmas party last Saturday address Last year the choral rosebuds. Her matron of last Sunday. MILK
Mrs. George ,F. Tharpe, State Southside PTA are plainly typed or
night in the presented Handle's her sister Mrs. Grandma Wellhausen cele- -----..--
Junior Director of District 4, recreation hall. written on all labels and ; was ,
and' Mrs. John G. :Mahon, Met Tuesday Night A short business meeting was Christmas cards. Always use I which attracted over Coleman of Maxville, I I brated her 82nd birthday in Ph. 964-4241 ______
Call Mrs. Jack Eaves
National"Chairman Council of held after supper.Rebecca zone number, and avoid abbreviations people from northcentral the groom had as his I),I bed. She has been confined to j I

International Clubs as guest I The Southside ElementaryPTA of state and city ida.No man, his brother, James I k her bed most of the past I I for home delivery by Carlton's Dairy

tpeakers.A met Tuesday night in the McMillanIs names. I admission will be month but, is better and able J!

?' : special program was pre- school cafeteria., Mrs. R. 6. Try to bring parcels to the : ed for the event. Coleman was born and ::: to attend church and Sunday r_"_ j,_> o -_- ._

aenjed, with .the First Baptist Mullins presented a Christmas Party HonoreeRebecca I postal windows before 10 ajn. d in Avon Park and mov'I-I school. \

Church Choir singing Christ- devotional.The I or between 1:30: and 3:30: p.m. to Duval County in 1962. [' Sorry that :Mrs. Eva Ellis Schedule Of New Evening Classes
attendance banner was McMillan celebrated Hurst BuysiSinclair she graduated with the j i has been ill and hope that
1 mas songs, and the, Christmas I to avoid the noon hour rush. i (While)
story told by Mrs. R. S. Mul- again won by Mrs. Grady's her ninth birthday Satur- Pack gifts in strong corru- class at Baldwin High !I I she will continue to improve. I

lins. A beautiful manger first grade. James Hobbs, day afternoon when her parents gated cartons. Use plenty of Sta. Mr. Coleman was born 1! Rev. Charles Harvey of

scene was arranged with principal reported that play; Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Mc stuffing material to insure 'reared at Maxville, atten-1 Middleburg preached at the i :MONDAYS ((7:30 9:30))

mall children portraying the ground equipment has been Milan gave a party for her safe delivery. Seal packages On 301 South :the Maxville School and I j I Maxville Baptist Church last I : :

characters., purchased by the PTA from Street.at their home ,on E. Call with, heavy paper adhesive ; I : ted from Baldwin High |!i Sunday night. I "Americanism" vs. "Communism" 0 .
proceeds of the recent Hallo- o1''in 1962. He is present- Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cover- '.,
After the membersand I tape and tie them
program The 15 with strong' Carl Hurst, a member of I English Grammar, Composition, Literature
ween Carnival. youngsters enjoyed j I i
I! the pulpwood business. dale have moved back to Max-
invited into cord.
the 'sunroom guests were for refreshments.The Mrs. Drew Reddish program a hamburger supper and games Be sure to ask about parcel i j i City ploye Council of Hercules and former II are residing in the { ville and are living in Grandma \ Typing, Bookkeeping, General Business ; ".

chairman presented a film during-the party hours. Powder ome next to Mr. and Wellhausen's home. I
large center table was I post size and weight limita- in Starke for eight years, TUESDAYS ((7:30-9:30)) r. I
covered with a white linen tablecloth from the National Congress tions when buying stamps.. j Dan Parrish. I The Long Branch Baptist
and held a Christmas i of PTA "Where Children Come "Girls! Girls! Jackson advised using the purchased Goodman's Reception Held Church has just completed a
Station from I
Seeber D. Government
First." I after the cere- week's revival Rev. Edward American History and
centerpiece arranged by th6 colorful j by
Girls new four-cent
t At Christ- man and assumed at'f, '
Trl-County Development Co. f Refreshments were served mas stamps on' all Christmas 1 t I ment on Dec. 1. Goodman i a reception was held at : Harvey of Whitehouse. They Florida History : !

A smaller table was'covered I.during the social hour. "Fla. TheatreTuneful cards. Sending cards by first owned : 'rid operated the home of the bride's par- !I received 14 rededications. Sciences: General and Biological
with'a Christmas cloth of class mail will assure prompt tion U.s. ,.'Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Gid Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hargroves -I Mechanical Drawing, Blueprint Reading, Shop
on 301 [south]
poinsettias. Hamburger, Fry music plus a fine delivery and forwarding, if almost 15 : The dining table, cov | and Miss Cathy Cannon
years handling
.' Hostesses for the meeting romantic story brings Elvis necessary. with a beautiful lace i visited in Jacksonville Sunday WEDNESDAYS ((7:30 9:30))
clair Oil
For Bobby SheppardMrs. Presley to the Florida Theatre products and centered afternoon.
wwe', Mrs. L. J. Kite, chairriian Separate Christmas cards year tires. j was with the i

: ; Mrs. George Shuford Sunday, Monday, and Tues- into separate bundles for local Hurst'has had wedding cake,I Claude North and a friend, American History and Government
Miss Betty Jane Morgan Mrs. M.at H. Sheppard entertained party- day, December 9, 10, and 11 and out of town delivery. Free perience in the service j i with a miniature bride I Richard McBroom of Ft. Lauderdale Florida HistoryMathematics

"A.Q. Smith Mrs. Ralph Mer- a birthday in his newest film "Girls! labels for this groom. The cake was cut i both now stationed at levels Business Arithmetic .
Saturday afternoon for her .I purpose are i business before coming ( : ) ; 1
ritt,- and Mrs. HaroldOodwin.DennisonIsrael t Girls! Girls! a romantic entertainment available at the post office. served with punch by Ft. Gordon Ga. visited overt
son. Bobby, on his tenth an- i Starke. I Shorthand, Typing
melange that I Try to have all gift packages -: Goodman Bridges the pastor's wife, h e Thanksgiving holiday
announced '
l I niversary. should please all moviegoers. mailed before December 10. Buddy Browning and with Claude's parents. Mr. Public Speaking j ,
The 17 boys helping Bobby Norman Taurog directs the he'wfflbein the used :;; James Coleman. and Mrs. John North and fam-
Cards '
I to celebrate the affair enjoyed out of town delivery I business after the first'of :!i THURSDAYS ((7:30 9:30))
Plans film in Technicolor: -
Wedding which en-
should be sent
before Dec. 15
in I' ily.Mr.
year partnership with T.
i .. I a hamburger fry in the hances the many outdoor and those with local addresses I and Mrs. Doss Higgin- and Mrs. J. D. Bell and

Mr. and Mrs. Francis V. i yard, and football. Later they: scenes and musical numbers should be mailed at least Hazen Jr., who recently I i. announce the engage- I family visited in Orange Park Basic Reading and Arithmetic
a posed of his Sinclair i'
Laffan of Lake Butler announce I played games in the Florida ; and adds zest to the picture. week before Christmas. Oil of their daughter. Shir- i Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ,' Mechanical Drawing, Blueprint Reading, Shop .

I the approaching marriage room which was decorated in i Presley portrays the role of Starting Dec. 10, service:' lot tributorship.will'be located Their used !I Yvonne, to Carl Eugene I|i Clarence Isgett. Sciences: General and Biological

of Mrs. Laffan's daugh- I the Christmas motif. I the captain of a fishing boat windows at the post office j I! they own on South on pe I son of Mrs. Ora Lee :j I Charlie Heiney of Nobles- English Grammar, Composition, Literature
a -Sandra. Israel to Mrs. Sheppard was assisted who. to to j I of Beach Tenn. ville, Ind.
ter..Miss earn money purchase will open at 8 a.m. instead of Bluff is spending a few Spanish (Conversational)
Daniel R. Denison son of Mr. I,f by ,her son Mike, and Mrs.I the sea craft, gets a i the usual 9 a.m The office I II i! St., now occupied by D !I wedding will be an event I days with his cousins Dave

;and Mrs. J. O. Denison, also4f'Lake Bryce Titus and son, Tommy. job singing in a night club I I I will also remain open Wednesday -:I Produce in operation Co. They about plan the to February 16 at 7 p.m. in i and Jewel Coverdale. CONTACT L. H. Gibson, Program Director .

Butler. after his .day's work on the afternoons Dec. 12 i Maxville Baptist Church. i Football Team and j t f
The wedding will take placeat Birthday Party water. Stella Stevens, svelt I I 19. and I of the year.Services :I, Mis>.> Higginbotham was I Cheerleaders Honored USO Bldg. Office or write Drawer 100

3 p.m. on Sunday Dec. 9, For Robin Mullins film charmer, carries the end reared in Duval, The mothers of the Baldwin Starke FloridaAnnouncement
in the First Baptist Church of I torch for Elvis whose true loveis Held : having attended the : Indians football team and the

Starke. A reception will follow -I Robin Mullins celebrated I II his boat. However, love Home Repair School and gradual- .I
immediately afterwards in his ninth birthday anniversary takes a twist when charming Tuesday For I 4..v..w..... Jta1A..fn: Ti LAS .....icrh.... .C.../.*>..*Art\lv.!

the, church recreation hall. I last Wednesday after- screen newcomer, Laurel God- Firm Sued Dr. Clemons 82Dr. class of 1961.

Wedding and shower gifts I noon when his mother Mrs.R. win comes on the screen Johnson was born in .

w\ll\ be displayed after the reception S. Mullins. gave a weiner and the love light appears in William H. demons, and for the last :
at the new home of roast and party for him. I both their faces to the charginof : J.: E. Lowe, piesident of a died, Saturday in a ; years made his home I
Miss Stevens. South Florida home repair Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
the: couple, 326 N. Walnut The 18 youngsters enjoying I Ii
firm is scheduled to go on nursing home. A retired of Jacksonville. form-
Street. i the affair, roasted weiners on I RJlary'HearsTalk trial Jan. 28 in Union County tist he was born in of Maxville. He graduated TO THE MOTORING PUBLIC OF THIS AREAGoodman's
All friends and relatives of l the patio and played football Circuit .
Court for alleged failure and had lived in Miami Baldwin High School in
the"couple are invited ,to at I and games during the party
On than 30 .
to I years.Surviving
I complete two homes he 'served two years with -
tend. ... hours. .... i !- --- -
0"-s : UF Med Center contracted for a Lake Butler are his ., U. S.'Navy and is present-
Mrs. Margaret demons of
man. by Southern Wood.
' Lowe entered ami; a stepson. Dr. Service StationFormerly
\ Color slides and an interest- a plea of innocent Company In Bald-
1k1 to of Meyers of Piedmont
charges grand ;
ing discussion of the University -
h) CASH SUPERETTE i Florida Medical Centerwas larceny in connection with the and five stepdaughters; invitations are being Owned and Operated :

presented at the Rotary transaction. Doing business sisters Mrs.. Ada Kinsey but all relatives and
under the of Modern Avon Park. Mrs. May :
: Club Wednesday by Dr. Hugh name of the young couple :; By
617 WEST MADISON ST. I Hill a member of the staff of Improvements Inc., his firmis of Jacksonville and Mrs. invited to attend the wed-

.' Open 7 Days A 'ftk-8 A. M. to 9:00 P. M. I! the UF Teaching College.. listed as having offices in Mills of Wauchula. .. ; SEEBER D. GOODMAN '

WE GIVE FAMILY STAMPS Dr.. Hill said the Medical' St. Petersburg Naples, Punta Funeral services were Shower : __

; Center was among the finest I 1 Gorda and Oneco. at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the D. B. Griffis, Mrs. Bud- HAS BEEN PURCHASED
State : Hope Primitive Baptist I
in the nation and that no ex- Attorney Dun Browning and Mrs. James
FLA. GRADE A WHOLE i ii II had been in can said that Lowe had contracted with Elder Herman Moody entertained at the I
pense spared L
i i equipment or services. He said in June of 19SO to ficiating. Burial, was in !' of Mrs. Grif f is Tuesday

; FRYERS$ -lb. .w iC I that 50 new students are admitted build two homes for Jimmie church cemetery under j I| Nov. 27, with a miscel-
i I to the medical school Whitehead at a price of $6.900 j tion of DeWitt C. Jones shower honoring Miss : \

I each year selected from several each. Duncan said Whitehead'j neral Home. Giddens. Games were :, Carl Hurst

: hundred applicants. paid $6,900 cash for one of i{ and prizes awarded to

Lean Pork Chops lb. 49c The speaker was introducedby the houses. The .foundation Vivian Browning and
Dr. A. J. Barry. for this house was laid, Dun- Kilgore and Mrs. Viola

can said, but the builder never The door prize was '
I of the With Hercules _
A representative Formerly -
IN PIECE came back to complete the by Miss Giddens. The !
esville Social Security
:Recent BirthsMr. work. I then her
opened many Powder Company CARL HURST
will be at the'courthouse t
Smoked Bacon lb. 29c Since then, Duncan said I and useful gifts, after
Hickory Starke Friday. Dec. j
and. Mrs. Michael Wy leins have been filed against, on 1 delicious cake hot cof-i
socki of Castleberry announce the partially completed build I from 9:30 a.m. AU and cokes were served to The same personnel who served you so efficiently and friendly over the f
wishing to transact social
-t EACH the birth of a daughter Catherine ing for materials and labor. I I obtain 16 guests attending. years will still be on hand to take care of your motoring needs. Our Policy I
Anne on' Dee. 3, in Duncan was not sure if i Padgett
will be the same-Service at the lowest possible Price-with Quality.
formation invited to
Doctor's Hospital. Mrs. Wy- Lowe's firm is still in opera- are- and Mrs. J. D. Padgett
Oleo !Ib.! Patties limit One 5c at this t .
y tion. He said the t
? ) socki is the former Miss Helen I Secretary of the arrival of a SINCLAIR PRODUCTS GOODYEAR TIRESGAS
.. Haines State had no record of its'be- I Jeanne Marie on
I ing dissolved. i & OIL TUBES-BATTERIES
Nov. 23 at the Ed Pra-
: HICKORY SMOKED Bradford County Hospital! charged with public Hospital in Macclenny.

announces the following MAYOR'S COURT !j toxic tion: There was ; Padgett is the former
All Meat lb. 49c ji| charge each of resisting j
Sausage births-. !i Jean Harris, daughter of HURST SERVICE STATION ; I
i rest, vagrancy and failure :
Mr. and Mrs. William Pag- Starke Mayor Randal Chitty I; : and Mrs. Oscar Harris.
lia. Starke. a daughter, Betty heard 10 cases in a routine i j yield right-of-way and Walls I

Denise Nov. 29., session in Mayor's Court Mon-; ing an accident. ( and Mrs. Marston Walls I
Good'Stew Beef lb.l.A.L 29c j 301-SOUTH-STARKE : ,:
the arrival
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Craw- day night. I I of a
ford Jr.. Starke. a son Al Four persons were cited, for Zipper'Notebooks 'S2.49 ; Bonnie Cheryl, "on ,

Randall,Dec. 5. disorderly conduct and three ,&;tlLfIlJIZ..T.e1epaph.. Tuesday, Nov. 27 at Bradford i -- .
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II I : 1 had Us tables turned this Masonic News Free Will Baptist Church on

weekend Starke merchants, are hired to check for violations' Jacksonville : week. It seems they fouldn't All members of the Morning j Dec. 9. All members and

inaugurating! the Christmas shopping Beach. So far, in Starke, ,cooperation -I I -_ ki 1 __ get enough heat out of their Star Lodge are urged to be friends are asked to attend.
i. :
season with sales events designedto has been so whole-hearted that I i : r 20-year-old cook stote to I present at the' regular meeting I Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. i'
not : \varm a biscuit. 1 Ion Dec. 10. 8 pjn. Election o$ :: with Supt. Mack Lee in !
attract shoppers only from to impose -
been necessary
it has not even r The situation, or maybe i' officers and other business of : charge. Weekly activities as i ii ,
Sta k'and immediate vicinity but limit
a one or two hour parking: iLi tr it was his i emptybrought !jtoma'h, i vital importance will be discussed -i follows: Monday Night Choir (

from, the surrounding area within a Of course, this could be done at a l later Fire Chief K. S. 1 at this time. Alfred I No. 1 will have rehearsal. !;

radius of at least twenty miles. Their date, if found necessary.At I "Red" Buford scurrying to L. Hodge, reporter. 'j I Tuesday' night. Faithful Few !.
t advertising messages are carried in Hollywood Beach the meters the city council meeting Death Notice Club meeting with Tyron Blye j ji

this issue of The Telegraph as well .as were removed to help downtown mer Tuesday night with an urgent Mrs. Bertha DeSue Norris!;i m charge. Wednesday night

the Tn-County Shopper, which is mailed chants meet the competition of suburban $ request for ar new biscuit died Nov. 30 and funeral services -i t p r a y er meeting. Thursday

once a month by The Telegraph to shopping centers. It was a little warmer. ', will be held. Sunday, Dec.:,: night. Ladies Circle meeting at
Buford didn't say what 9. at Antioch Missionary I Ii j the home of Sis. Sara Prince.
box :
in a tri-county area, giv- than ago that Polly-
more a year By G. T. uggins : 1962 BHS Cross Country Team his department, has been I i Baptist Church with Rev.Ii I I The date for the choirs to
ing a total circulation of -
6,500.It its no-meter experiment.
wood embarked on i i i I
eating since the old stove George Lee officiating. Chestnut meet at Greater Bethlehem is

js,significant of,the new trend of They 'were first covered for a The big tobacco meeting 1 Bradford High School's Larry Games, and Mike Wil-' conked out. The firemen I I Funeral Home is in charge I I changed to Dec. 21, Friday

I hospitality'among Starke merchants trial period of 90 days as in Starke, held in Live Oak last Tuesday -, cross country team,, shown a- lis: second row-Jimmy Jones, have felt slightly frustrated, I I of arrangements. The deceased .,i I night before the fourth Sun-

thai. when, ,shoppers come here this and later removed entirely. I attracted about'250 growers ..1 I bpve, is headed for the state ; Lynwood Walters, Coach Ed' however, with all that equipment :: was the aunt of Mrs. Louisa : day, at 4:30: pm The YPC will

weekend they may shop at their leisure Taking out the meters meant a financial -. interested in the Florida meet this Saturday at the University ,i i Davis Albert Williams, George : around with which to :: Brown of Starke. be brought by sister Juanita

w.Uhoyt the, necessity of having loss to Hollywood of $130,000a I Flue-Cur d tobacco pioira of Florid ". ;j Seeley, and Steve Edwards. (put out fires-but not a :. Church News I Carter. Theme: Surrended

to stop every few minutes, or havingto year, but downtown merchants I The variety of speakers, rep- The ,team so far this year!I Edwards so far has the best' single thing to htart one. Greater Bethlehem FreeWill Life of Jesus. Mrs. Rosa

cut their shopping tours short in stressed that this was of small consideration -I I resenting all phases of the j: has entered six meets winning ,i time over the two mile course I i Baptist Church Rev. Green reporter-
order i importance 1 I tobacco program. really covered : one.. ,placing second in another at Bradford Stadium at 10 II Louis McKay pastor, held ser- Greater Allen Chapel
to feed with the ,
go a hungry parking me- when compared
I the field. Two tobacco and q1ng'four. The Tornadoes -:: minutes 40 seconds, the BHS'' vices Sunday Starting with Trustee Day will be observed -
ter. Parking meters are "sacked" in of keeping a prosperous and( companies were represented. ilave.beaten Palatka and', record for the distance. The ;Wrestling Match i Sunday School at 9:30.: Testimony -I Sunday starting with Sun

Starke and, judging from the successof healthy central business, jistrict. Holly-!, The( stabilization. picture was come in second in a meet with i course record at Bra'jford'I Set Tonight meeting was held at 11 day School at 9:45 a.m. with

the ''trial run, it appears they are. wood's downtown business and professi -t given by L. T. Weeks of Ra- Gainesville High .and Palatka.,, Stadium is 10 minutes 33 sec- !;I am. At 4:30: a program was! Fannie Bell Frazier in charge.:

likely .to remain sacked, or even removed nal men account for about 25 percent leigh.r N. C., and the tobacco 'They? have been eaten twice jfay j I I onds set by a boy from For- j In Auditorium j j presented by Mrs. Carter on i' Morning services 11 a.m. with

permanently after the first. of of the city's revenue. i: grading system was explained GfIS' twjce by 'Forrestof : rest of Jacksonville and the' 'j the theme, "My Church." Mu- i j the Junior Church members in

the ye H.. The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce by a }speaker right out 'of Jac omille. j jFrpm state record for the two mile A wrestling match featuring sic was provided by the Junior j charge. At 6 p.m. Rev. L. A.

t In spite of the predictions of some, has advanced another convincing -! Washington.For left to right; first row i ii distance is 10 minutes 15 sec ,national TV stars will : Choir. The 6:30: p.m. service j Sampson will have a service in

the meter- acki g experiment ,seems to argument for removal of meters.It ; reasons! understood only -!,i If a] Lawson, Marty Payne, onds. take place in the Bradford I j began with the Senior Choir behalf of the Missionary SOcie-
by our Government we had, High School auditorium tonight i I in charge of song service. Rev. ty. All members and friendsare
be a complete success, with merchantsand notes that ,not a single retail opera- 1 I
125 different grades of tobaccoin. ( [Thursday f at 8 p.m. j i McKay delivered the evening invited to all services. All

their employees cooperating prac- tion in downtown section has fallen 1951. Flue- ur a tobaccograjJes ) I Tom's ,Shell i Carps Wins under the sponsorship of the > message. | members are asked to please

tically 100 per cent to keep the metered into bankruptcy since free parkingwas were review 'd and j Bradford Band Boosters. The Fellowship Union will i pay trustee obligations to

p I spaces in front of stores open for the established, wjiile i! in previous i modified ,so that beginning Drops 3 Points i r In Mixed Proceeds from the match be held at Greater Bethlehem leaders,

shopping public. In spite of free park- years an average of one or two firms, with the 1959 crop, it took a To, Terwillegar !Bowling League ,I will go toward sending the'i
ing, there! seems to be no abuse of the threw in the towel l every year. tqtal of 172 grades to properly band to Miami to the Orange Bradford Solons I the upper house, and Rep. A.
classify the crop. Do you know The 12 team Mens I took three j! Bowl Parade later this month. 'i J. Thomas Jr. was appointedto
privilege, and ample spaces are avail- But the greatest single benefit, according j Commercial { Carp's games"' Will Serve
able at all times. This that the to Hollywood merchants, is how your crop giaded, ? 1 I League, in its fourth I j from Hegister Oil in the Sundown Admission is $1 for adults and [ serve in the lower house.
proves Company buyers, warehouse match i 1 50 cents for, students.. I On Appropriationsi Others named from neighboring -
Tuesday night saw Mixed League last :
meters are longer for the relaxed shopping atmosphere i
no required completely -
listed counties were Sen. Edwin -
representatives stabilization Three matches are on
? previously unbeaten Tom'sShell j Thursday night, with =Harry j
ulation purposes in order to prevent all- in the business distri t. Shopperstake nor research could tell us drop three points to]Lovell bowling games of 188188.170 I the card with a featured bout i and neighboring i i'I Fraser of Clay-Baker, apd

day parking by the merchants in frontof more time! to look, try on or try what variety to plant for 1963. Starke Telephone Co., thereby for a three-game total between Paul Castro, champion 'I counties; will be well represented -: Sen. Emory Cross, Alachua

their stores. In the highly competitive out, and consequently are more apt to Our conclusion was that if you I: bringing about, a first place\ of 546.Forsythe's. i. of Cuba, and Bobby Dan- on the powerful House and County t
situation of today, merchants are buy. i have done pretty well with Ii!I tie between Terwillegar Mo- Plumbing took I iels from Dublin Ireland. Senate appropriations committees and Representatives Clarence

going to do everything possible to at- The same thing has been noted I your;> present variety stay'I I tars and Tom's. three games from 'Bark & There is also a woman's matchon at the 1963 legisla- Roberts' of Union, John creWs
that the .! the bill as well as a tag tive session. i o'f Baker: Sam Saunders of
tract business-not force it away. by merchants in Starke. Shoppers no with it.' It did seem : League Standings Roll with Bill Forsyth bowlinga
The return to free parking is Hicks type does give a greater j, Won Lost | three-game total of 418 team match between Castro .II Sen. Charley E. Johns was' Clay, and, Ralph Turlington
a under tension
longer I
trend in small seem worrying percentage of the qualities in1 I 1 Terwillegar . 13 3Tom's 'while Joyce Ward had a high and Daniels and two other named to the committee in. of Alachua in the House.1y .
and medium
size towns about getting back to their cars before I I ,
demand. J Shell . 13 3 200 game for the Bark& Rol- men wrestlers.
all over Florida-not just in Starke. A the policeman along :and !
comes gives! Perhaps the most challenging -i O'Connor Realty. .11 5 I

feature writer in The Florida Times- them an over-time parking ticket. No: question. was asked by'., Draw Tite . . 10 6 I lers.The Night Owls took three

Union recently noted that "Outside the longer do they have to hurry away,: Eugene. Crosby. 'Why is it that (1 Noegel Auto . 9 7 I games from The Misfits, with !Band Boosters

big cities, parking meters are disappearing failing to make purchases that they tobacco warehouse and buyers ;!,; Starke Mtr Parts .8 8 Frank Jarvis bowling a 440 Set Covered

$ rapidly in Florida, leaving in likely would have made if given more are not bonded for the I Jo-Jo's . . 7 '9Community'an I three-game total for the win-

their places a refreshing, new attitude time for leisurely browsing. .protection of growers? Buyersof i I ,... 6 10 i'' Supper' Monday

about downtown shopping." ,, other farm products must Food Fair- . 6 10 ners.The Ridge Runners took I i
This atmosphere has been Bradford Boosters
especially High's Band
of bond before
shqw proof Starke Tel. Co..5 11 four games from Skyliners
Noting action in
Starke's covering noted Saturday afternoons in have scheduled a covered 1url QqrqeS Alo'
on they can operate on our mar- Gem Jewelry . 4 12 'with Rachel Buff having a $
meters, the T-U writer reported simi- Starke. Before the meters ,were sacked, kets. A satisfactory answer City of Starke . 4 12 439 three-game total, and I dish supper for 7 p.m. Mon- T -DONCA.NEBRp:18-.- -- -- :: ::
lar developments in Jacksonville Beach I day to work out final plans -
Call Street in the business district, was not given. Terwillegar Motors set the Kenneth Fuqua having a 380 :

Daytona Beach, Mount\ Dora, Hollywood would be practically devoid of cars after Our tobacco industry is not pace with a high team game three-game total for the Sky- for the band to attend the I II Wherein the lovely days of I t your vase with a good deter-
Orange Bawl Parade in Miami
Beach, and several other towns 12 noon on Saturdays. NowSaturdays in a ,ood condition when Stabilization of 906 while the finest individual -' liners. I gent surs to remove all bac
later this month. Autumn pass, I enjoy my lit-
and small cities.It look like Saturdays againwiththe has an inventory of effort was turned in by!I I, S. S. Noegel and Long;j! All Boosters are urged to I tle home, and decorate the teria. Rub a key with a soft f I
was reported that Jacksonville streets well filled with until 338 million pounds now. This a league newcomer, Ronnie Bridge split for the'night. Rudolph lead pencil and the key will ':
cars of attend the supper and are reminded -j house for Christmas.
Beach, after removing the meters, is closing time i.n'the evening. Whether includes 42 million pounds Waldroup. who shot a fine 233. Hutcheson was high for, to bring along a cover- : work smoothly.

embarking on an off-street parking visiting the in the 1955 crop.: I No gel with a.421 total. Hen- ed dish. Sing hey! Sing hey! For LIME ,MERRBrt PE} :
or shopping people are yield :
to solve its unusual In 1935, the average % II'EJ L1iiuai ry Cross had a 212 high game | Christmas Day Mix Ib! cups sugar and 1-3 .
program help space the business district, and.that is wherewe acre over the entire flue: I ? l The Orange Bowl Parade i i
problem during the summer season. per a ,505-three-game total. : will be televised for two and Twine mistletoe and holly-j; I tmp-, cornstarch. 1 ln cups wa-
want tljem to be. Chances are, if .cured belt was 800 and 850 Team Standings
r' friendship glowsIn i ter Cook until thick. 3 egg
As in most places where meters !: a half hours over ABC-TV.
they stay there long enough, they'llbuy pounds. The 1962 acreage! yield Won LostS. winter snows yolks slightly beaten. Pqur ,I

have been removed, the Chamber of something. was' 1,875 pounds., ?' S. Noegel. . 10 2 I And so let's all be jolly. 1 cooked mixtur e over yolks.
Commerce led the movement against flow'Sf nch-How Many Forsyth Plumbing .8 4 ;
The demise of parking is a clear ;Youth Jailed Cook one minute. Stir until
them. When the idea to take out the trend in Florida's towns and The number of tobacco Night Owls. . 8 4 The above is an old Christ-I i:! smooth. Add t 1.4 cup line jucei |

nickel-eaters was first presented, the cities small growers has not decreased but Dear Mr. Editor: Bark & 'Roll . 7 5 For Theft ; mas greeting. I am trying to I|i I and 1 tablespoon of line peel

Chamber was told, as in Starke that although they will probably linger the acreage allotment pergrower In behalf of ijs Moonshin-I Long Bridge . 7 5Simpson's Of i get the old happy feeling for I i' grated. Pour into baked ,pie

meters were required to keep a few for some time to cQme in the congested has. We really don'tknQw ers please allow Taxi 6 6 Bicycle iI j Christmas that I have always I shell. Cover with meringue. \
metropolitan areas. Competi how many acres will be thank the Hon. Thomas E. Register 7 I had. It is difficult this year'
Oil.,5 Beat 3 whites with 1-4
parkers from this week egg
monopolizing the street Starke police arrested -
tion from shopping centers with their needed to'prod ce the amountof Lee, State Beverage Director Ridge Runners. . 5 7 i because I have such a late tsp. cream of tartar. Add l-3,

parking spaces. Revenue earned by the own parking facilities has 'made it necessary tobacco we need.I for notifying !us that he was : Carp's . . . 3 9 youth, Cecil a 17-year-old William Blevins Lawtey, j start. I. have my Christmas cup sugar gradually. Beat un-

meters was a secondary consideration.To for the central business district ,came ,'Bradford Countyin coming after us. Skyliners . . 1 11 in connection with the theft j, cards and plan tomorrow to'': till stiff and pile on pie. Brpjvn
this 1953. During these few He is really our friend to i start addressing cards. I have
prevent motorized ,
to woo-not regulate-parking. of two bicycles from in front) in over at 400 degrees for 10
squatter's right, a two hour parking And so the meters pass into limbo with years acreage allotments have tell us he's a-coming so that Geqrgie Wolfe of the Florida Theatre last I a few gifts planned. i min.
reduced about 30 per hide This has been a lovely Sab- fI
been we can our equipment, I' C
limit was imposed and officer few if 29. I have more time for my
an September
any, mourners at the bar. '
I' Sets 222 bath here.
I cent. and be busy some place else: High f My granddaughter: morning devotionals. I reed

Suwannee Commissioners Face Up I III farmers production has improved ability so of that our might Had he have not been notified caught.us, we In Ladies BowlingGeorgia I the Blevins owner was of one arrested of the when bicycles -:, April church.came Then and she and took her me Dad to' my Bible and booklets and

spotted him on the I' pray after I have eaten break
I I'i' someone wrote. "It now takesso Thanks again, our true j i ve-j ate dinner with me. The rest
II t Wolfe rolled a 222 hide at the Bradford County fast. Then I walk down to get
To Their Courthouse few of us tQ produce the .friend. I of the family went over into
I Responsibilities I for first high score in the La- Fair two weeks ago. The youth ,[ uy mall.! I still get Iota,of
fiber the rest of I Illinois to 111 ,
and see relative.
food for -An Old Timer. an
} ,,! .. .. u_ ___ dies Bowling- League Monday- is presently being held in the'II T .n..Aa..a __ _..41___ _,__ cards and letters. I have for
\ Apparently Bradford isn't the only within a short time for other boardsof i us. that tne, jew 01 us can night, and also took second I city jail befQre being turned A .n49c'3' AU UIUUUUC bIfl41 i years written prayers for the
standardof ; of lights for
I North ,Central Florida county! with county commissioners." i provide living Jhe ever.tyghest known for all of, took 26,911 words. high with 196. pver to county authorities.. : tree that is in an front evergreen of the I I front page of the Sioux City

''I courthouse troubles. The Suwannee This could j just a well be said of I High i individual': average was Blevins confessed to taking I house. It is greep and pretty. Journal. I have continued to
us. The Youth of America are | I
white those
made by Betty Sprow with 173. the bicycle he was riding and prayers and people -
County Commission faced with a situation Bradford County Suwannee. Perhaps Reading I have a Christmas wreath in
as Recent
the,most i important people in, High team was Wells Elec- also told'Police Chief WilliamF. I : know my address, so tftey
I similar to ours, recently voted our case for adequate courthouse facilities A Federal Reserve Bank ,' the front windQw, and a set I
the, world. We are judged as trie and second, high, Tries; Rosser where the other bike write to me. I have tried to
to completely renovate its courthouse stated that farmers of electric candles in the
in the future is publication
even strongerfor -- '
Construction all with card
; Co. can.be found. I answer a or let-
add facilities needed house who have not adjusted to a nation and as individuals, south window. My grand-
I and to its Suwannee has experienced a slight ]I Chessie. I? vrick and [mo- ter. ,
county government under one roof. decline in population in the past dec .changes,! hi agriculture are no not by what we have, but, by.II I gene Bryan. 5-7-10 splits. : daughter helped me to get I So many in this life have
: I
,, Jn commending the board's deci- ade, while Bradford has shown a steady longer in business. the way we use our possessions. ;Cage Coaches ting them the lighted Christmas up. So spirit I am slow-get- i troubles and heartaches. Dethtakes

sion, the Suwannee County Democrat increase.We Moscow farmers placed arm- In the year ahead today's! City Basketball I Discuss Prospects ':'ly- our loved ones and sickness -
ed guards in their watermelonfields I i i overtakes) us and, : life
young people; will probabl ,
said: "One thing all should keep in think the time has come to discuss We have had lovely weather
I'At Lions does to
mipd is that it takes time to develop the courthouse situation openly last summer to prevent have more. of this world's goods I.I All persons interested in Club I for several days row. It has I, pot seem haye mean

plans floor and other 'theft.: "Not Moscow. Russia -i(then any people have ever,]j sponsoring a team in the City ; been said that the first few ing. We can all pray together.
approve space, without fear of intimidation ,j
by reac- 1 Basketball BHS basketball varsity coach I The day Don was killed was
i League! should con-I,
architectural; recommendations. The it was Moscow, Iowa. j enjoyed. ,: days of December tell us how ,
forces that
; tionary have opposed Farm land is being reduced i| tact the Starke Recreation Dei Erwin Land, and B squad .the .: a Saturday evening, just at
will be. If that is
Commissioners should take the time progressive A Texas Farm Bureau citedlast I t coach Lowrimore guest dark. The Sunday
every move made here in i partment before Christmas were I paper carried -
<< at the rate of about two mUt i i j true we will have a nice win
needed without unnecessary delay and the past quarter century. year in an article as Government -1 lion acres per year. About half : If enough interest is shown,!'i speakers at the Starke Lions .I an account of his death

finalize' a Building. program that will Unless a start is made now on plan regulation that the:j I of this'goes into woods, superhighways -i[i plans will be made to start]I i Club meeting Thursday night'i ter.I brought my washing machine -I:II I on the front page and just above .

takc into, -consideration.' needs of the ning and setting up a sinking fund for Lord's Prayer ,has 56, words,: and airports.. 1 1I the season in January. :j ji of last week. with me and I washed I was my prayer. It read:
county Jor" the next 25 Not to the Gettysburg address has.: Most I!: Plans were announced for a "Oh God: Guide us through
years. purpose, the problem will be greatly I of this comes from i i up things yesterday. I changed :
have a. plan that will care for the certain multiplied and magnified when the 266 the Ten Commandments : productive' land as follows: 40 Have you an: refrigerator,!I B squad basketball tournament my bed and things got I the confusion of these days
to be held for the first Help us to make wise choices.
growth in the next quarter of time have 297 and the Declaration]I percent 'from cropland and fan or tools which you no long.1 nice an ddry hanging outside
a comes, as it inevitably will that ,. I I .Amen."
300. But a.' time this year. It will be I August 19, 1962.
century would only provide headaches action : of Independent has' pasture,' 40 per cent from forest er use. Convert them into cash I I ironed them in the after-
., can no longer be delayed. I ord- played in Starke next Feb I Since that time 11. more
i fairly recent government !
and 20 per cent from idle now. Phone 964-S101 and ask noon. I also got my hah wash:! I
Lei's# Support Our Basketball Team er setting the price of cabbage lands. i for classified. ruary.A ed and set at the beauty shop'' prayers of mine have been I
I II I Christmas invitational printed from the hospital at
down the street. I like it nice,
: 'tournament will be held here ,-- -.... j Sioux Falls and Downey. ID.I .

.Well} football season is over, \yjnter to the round. 'o'clock in the local gym. But that open- during the off season and has vastly i I Dec. 21-22, the coaches said, ior cnurcn.My days are easy and I do I Gabby b asleep. Don'and':
has .sejin; for good, and it's time for Bradford High School basketballers I and plans were also discussed I Digger both are burled, far
ing will be incomplete without you! improved his play. The varsity players I j not hurry about anything. I: t
those-sports minded i in Bradford County will ..1 for the Bradford County invi- away in the ground of Ne-!
open new season tomorrow"night These boys who have practiced long have been playing as a group all sum- get up when I feel I have had
[ braska. I hate
I turn their tational. to think { am
to attention
from the oval '
(Friday) against Callahan at 7 plenty sleep, take a bath, and
and l hard for- i their opening game neefl mer long" and' have even played the l'*I Although basketball is con- fun''t j so far away and cannot 'visit

the support of their local fans to inspire varsity 'teams from other area high !,I sidered the greatest spectator dress leisurely; It is I[ their graves. But God knows
I do not have to hurryto
I f them with a real will to win. schools in informal. sessions. sport nationally it is not as i beet and'f: say "!'hr! !1JUe
not have to
IJ ;.'HE.' ESTABLISHED COUNTY 1870 TELEGRAPH Like any other' athletic'' event a The team will also unveil a new of- ;( popular locally as football, please anyone. My nature is t done." I carry on the beAt' I j

basketball game without spectators'' is fense tomorrow .night which is,expected : the coaches said, and they .sensitive and so many timesin know hqw.

Florida' oldest weeklyNewspaper like a cart without a horse. And there to provide impetus to the Torna- !i would appreciate stronger public my life I have been hurt I i Ihopeaflhavetbcjt.'

4 4'I' 4& $ Published ConUnuouily are many' reasons whr any person who does' attack. Coach Erwin Land has | support. Student season and my heart felt broken. NowI masspirtanddoliopegfllswell with!

FLORIbA ESS 'Under"The Same. visits'the gym' Friday night can expect kept the new set-up under wraps so far t tickets 50 cents are this being season reduced for the to j avoid anything, anybody, or,,. God" Bless. everyone.you- everyone.

Masthead to enjoy himself, not"the least of and has adopted an optimistic attitude entire schedule of II home any situation that might give MOTHER LJIRAI I Ii
w A5 S a T 0 N which is the' often heard'offiment" of of, "wait and see how it works." I\ games:, 'it was announced. me pain. I have arrived. Of i
E. L. MATTHEWS those who have'ttended few All this ; course. I am still sad overDon' I
: a practice simply adds up 'fo' the fact -
Land predicted more speed
I death, but I pray for
sessions, "Those boys are going i to that Coach Land and his I' :
I' charges have
I Editor and Owner and better ball handling on ) God to help me and I am sure :1otft :

; 1 .. w SUBSCRIPTION win some ballgames this :year." done everything in their power to provide the part, of his cagers this I; that time will heal In the .

.y.. '; ." IN TRA.OE AREA RATES OUTRIDE, TRADE AREA As a matter of fact, "Those boys" Bradford, ,County sports .fans with ''season- ': meantime I pray and weep if ."' -

,, ONE YEAR 3.00 ONE YEAR a.1ta have practiced all summer long to improve 'some real winter entertainment. With i At the close of the meeting. I 10 feel I. want to cry. .0 ,

( "I, SIX MONTHS > 1.78 SIX MONTHS ZOO themselves and be ready for so much effort being exerted in our Lions, president Bill Brown I I -HELPFUL HINTS. For 'c

I, THREE MONTHS 1.00 THREE MONTHS I.XB this.! 'season., ,One. member of the' team, behalf it does not seem to be too much r presented the shotgun given : keeping bouqueti, of flowers 61 I

Published Etth Thursday and Entered as Second Clasa Matter even practiced? with the basketball to take one night out and see what away by the club? to Jhe winner -] long, IF.add a tablespoon ofbleach ,

,f r 'l ,at, the Post Olfice at Starke, Fix under Act of March 5, 1171 ,. .! ": team 'at the State Prison at Haiford the-new team has to offer. '.! Tim Warren.. to, the \f tel/Fish vash i
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, t .t YYYYY vyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyvvvVvvvv'I result of the publicity givento Jack, age 30, of Jacksonville ,direction of Mrs. Irene Brault ,YYYYYTYYYYYYYYYY place Mrs. Alice Ketchumand
your correspondent by the drowned in Black ,Creek after and Mrs. Janet Lamm, organ- Mrs. George Phelps;
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Club Chairman Mrs. Francis attempting to retrieve a life- ist, made their debut on Dec. MELROSEBy fourth place, Mrs. W. H. Da- GRANDINBy

I f. r' -_ Egan who also writes articles preserver. His body was recovered 2. One Sunday, they had sung vies, and Mrs. Ray Starnes.
and notices for two other local about 1:30 am., in 25 the; Communion Hymn, but Mrs. Alice Rothhammer Personals Charleyene BnntIfJfyyyyyyYYYYYYYYYTyyyyf
By Mary K. &haefferAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAjjjAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAJ r j live-wire organizations.She feet of water, only an hour this past Sunday, they furnished Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Robinson -
I .4. all vocal music and AAAAAA LA A A A A A A A A A A A A Aj
asks that all members solicit after .the mishap. \ the held a party in honor of
I IS new subscriptions andthat Another Jacksonville man received many compliments. The Melrose PTA held its Mrs. Robinson's parents, Mr. Mrs. Priscilla Kilgore and

the First Baptist Church of they call her at 3733 to and two small boys had accompanied. Friday, Dec. 7, will be the second meeting of the year and Mrs. Wallace H. Austin, Ricky of Palatka spent Friday -
Keystone Heights on Satur- F1c st' I report any social or personalnews. ._Jack* on this ill-! First Friday of the Month. on Monday night Nov. 26 in I who celebrated their 50th with Mrs. Eugene Brant-
bt day, Dec. 29. Or they may directlycall fated camping trip. Mass will be at 7:45 at St. Ed- the school auditorium. Wedding Anniversary, in the ley and family.
I4rr Miss Jones HonoredAt us, at 4127. Of Course We're Not ward's in Starke. After the business meeting, educational building of the Mrs. Annie Sikes, M.rs. Rosa
Lovely Shower Checks may be made out to Superstitious-But Saturday, Dec. 8. is the a progress report of the school Methodist Church on Sunday. Brantley of Grandin, and

::% 1 Miss Maxine Jones, popular the Keystone Woman's Club Mr. and Mrs. Welker C. By- Feast of the Immaculate Conception was given by Clarence Holden Dec. 2, from 3 to 5. Mrs. Edith Dinkiea of Flora-

Keystone bride-elect was the __ ,_ for $3 for a year's subscription, ron entertained friends at and Mass will be at principal.The Mrs. R. L. Smith, accom- home visited Mr. and Mrs.
guest of hORor at a lovely bridal S -- and should be earmarked their Garden Street Home on 7:30 ajn. at St. William's in new high school and I panied by her mother, Mrs. Russell Price in Gainesville
shower given for her by "Subscriptions to Telegraph." Thanksgiving Day. Keystone, and at 9 ajn. at elementary report cards were G. B. Harshberger, spent the Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
Mrs. Ruth Mitchell on Satur- Mrs. Fremont Tolles. Treasurer Dinner guests included Col. St. Edward's in Starke. There discussed. Many favorable impressions I Thanksgiving holidays with Walter Bowling of
f6 day evening, Dec. 1. will be happy to accept and Mrs. David Nelson, Col. will be no evening Mass on were registered by I relatives in Daytona.Mrs. Charleston S. C., Mrs. Bessie
The Mitchell home was them. Mrs. Tolles1 phone number and Mrs. Ralph Stevens of Saturday. parents on the new cards. I Edward Walsh and I Allen, Sumter, S. C., and Mr.

.lovely with seasonal flower __ __j -s-i is 4138.Garden Melrose] Mr. and Mrs. Ed Remember that Saturday is Doughnuts and coffee were children left Wednesday for and Mrs. John D. Allen of
arrangements, and the gift Club Plans Rinehart, Axel Malmgren, a Holy Day of Obligation. served by the hospitality committee I New York where they will I qharlotte, N. C. were guestsof

table was decorated with Tops Ticket Workshop Meeting: Mrs. Alma Frost, Mrs. Ruth Catechism Classes for Grades which included Mrs. i make their home, after a Mrs. Vira Herring for a
white carnations and a bride The Garden Club .of- the Ohlson, Mrs. Edith Thorn- 1-6 will be held Dec. 10 King and Mrs. McLaughlin. short visit with her parents I few days last week.
__ Beam Williams Lakes held a workshop meet- quist, and Mrs. Marguerite and 17. They will resume on I Football Banquet Held I Col. and Mrs. E. E. Kirkpat-I Mrs. Jackie Weeks, Mrs.
1: 1fr doll.Maxine received many love ing on Thursday Nov. 29, in Grennan. Monday, Jan. 7. \ Mr. Holden was master of I Jewel Grainger, and Mrs.
; Win Council Seats St. William's Recreation Hall, We were to hear thatas Adult Choir Practice will be rick.Mrs. Charleyene Brantley attendedthe
I ly gifts, both from,the guests, sorry ceremonies at the banquet I Allen Graham of Win
II j Ij and from persons unable to Despite WriteinsA starting at 11 a.m. Fourteen dinner was being served. held at 1 p.m. Sunday.- given for the football players ter Park and Mrs. Ralph Pear- Melrose PTA meeting
I 1- attend. members were present. The Mrs. Byron became very ill, Personals and cheerleaders by the Boos- sail of Gainesville were helpers Monday night.
Those who enjoyed this strong bid by supportersof guest speaker and instructor and was unable to enjoy her S. E. McKay took his wife ter Club last Saturday nightin at the Episcopal Bazaar.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Horace B. Fen-
pleasant evening were Mrs. former mayor M. L. [Las] Mrs. M. C. Carlley, and her party. She failed to realize Hazel to the Medical Centerin the school cafeteria. Members and Mrs. Henry W. nell of Sanford visited Mr.
:Mary Maxine JonesIs Frank Jones mother of the Beasley to give him a write-in friend, Mrs. Helen Shaw, came that the eleven guests and the Gainesville Monday afternoon j of the Beta Club decorated Limper of Gainesville visited and Mrs. Homer Sikes Monday.
bride-to-be; Mrs. Jim Corbett victory in Tuesday's electionfor from Green Cove Springs to host and hostesses numbered for tests and observation.She for the occasion. Coach Mrs. O. T. Robinson Thursday.Mrs. Pvt. David Rye is a studentat
Engaged To Musgrove, mother of the city council failed by a conduct the workshop. 13 at the table, which as any- I will be in Room 679, and Joe Phillips presented the Dean Crouch is in the Fort Huachua, Arizona,

James C. MusgroveMr. groom, and her sister Mrs. few votes. Seasonal arrangements were one knows, "as tempting fate.' will be happy to hear from trophies for "Most Valuable I Alachua General Hospital in learning about missiles.Mrs. .

Jessie Rigsby, both of Live Bill Beam, who was defeated on display, and Mrs. Carlley However Mrs. Byron isn't- her friends we know. Player" and "Best Defensive Gainesville.Mrs. Bob Smith of Jack-
and Mrs. Frank Jones Oak; Maxine's roommatefrom in a hotly contested council explained that many of the Or wasn't -superstitious, for Everett Fox was released Player," to Jimmy Downs and James Price spent three sonville spent the week with
'of Keystone..Heights announcethe Tallahassee; :Miss Kate election last year staged a materials used were to be the thought hadn't occuredto from the Medical Center in Donald Williams respectively. days in Columbus Ga., Mrs. her mother, and sister, Mrs.
engagement of their Mansfield Mrs. Vera Ownbey, strong come-back to lead the found in near-by wooded sections her until we pointed it out. Gainesville Saturday morning, Recognition for the most improved Stella Stanley, and Miss Beu- Vira Herring and Mrs. Came
daughter ,Mary Maxine to Mrs. Lois Williams, Mrs. San- ticket Tuesday with 113 votes. and in gardens. Advicewas Her husband took her to the Dec. IHe was there about football players was lah Sargant returned with her. Rye. Mr. Smith came on Fri
Airman 2-c James Corbett dra Davis Mrs. 'Nealie Rich, Incumbent Gene Williams won also given on the preser- hospital on the following Sun- five days. given to Troy McGuire and Mrs. Kay Lee of Jackson- day and he and Mrs. Smith
,Musgrove. Jr., USAF son of Mrs. Pat Elrod, Mrs. Florence re-election with 102. vation of the foliage beforeit day, and fortunately, she was Staff members of the E. I. Phillip Finley. Players namedas ville spent the weekend with returned to Jacksonville on
Mr. and Mrs. Corbett Mus- Harris, Mrs. Edna Beasley Beasley an incumbent councilman is used for arrangements.The able to return home with him, duPont Trail Ridge and High- Lettermen included: Frank her grandparents. Mr. and Saturday.

grove of Live Oak. Mrs. Gerald Culberson, Mrs. failed to qualify for importance of a good base and is feeling better now. land plants and their wives en- Strickland, Donald Williams, Mrs. C. P. Perry. Word has been received that

The future bride is a grad- Arcina Wilson Mrs. Bertha re-election, so Beam and Williams was recommended and wiringof Midget Football Squad joyed their annual Christmas I Jimmy Downs. 12th grade; W. Mrs. F. W. Cooper has returned Frank Butts is improving and
uate of Melrose High School.]I Ward. .Mrs. Clarabell Alderman were the only two names the arrangements was dem- Feted,At BanquetOn party at the Holiday Inn in D. Beck, Phillip Finley, Mike to Westfield, N. J. after may be home hi the very near
She has an AA degree from Mrs. Helen Oglesby, Miss }printed on the ballot. onstrated.A Wednesday evening Nov. Gainesville on Saturday eve- Wallace John Harpe Johnny: spending several weeks at future.W. .
St. Johns River Junior College Gertrude Houser, Mrs. Thel- Only 202 voters went to the visitor, Mrs. Mary Nelson, 28,. members 'of the Keystone ning, Dec. 1. The evening began Johnson Mike Stanford, Le- her cottage on Lake Santa Fe C. [Clarence] Burns of
in Palatka, and also attended ma Jennings, Miss Kay Sun- pollsabout 65 per cent of also assisted in making cor- Midget Football Squad and with a social hour, then roy Johnson, 11th grade; Jim I with relatives and friends, including Grandin, died in a Starke hospital -
Florida State University in derland, Mrs. Hazel McKay the 300 plus who are registered. sages and a Christmas wreath. their fathers were guests ata dinner, and dancing after Ford Johnny Mathews, Troy her father, L. M. Pear- I on Saturday. Funeral
Tallahassee. She is currently Mrs. Ann Baker, Mrs. Sandy During recess delicious refreshments Fath r-and-Son' Banquet at that. A chartered bus trans- McGuire. 10th grade: Bobby services were held Monday at -

employed as a key punch op Roberts, Mrs. Dot Harvey, A bit of irony was injected were" enjoyed.I: the Community Church educational ported the festive group to Tison and Wayne Allison 8th sail.Mr.. and Mrs. Jack Miller the Estes-Krauss Funeral

erator by the Industrial Com- Mrs. Ilene Strickland Mrs. into the election when five Hostess were Mrs. Leon Wag building. The Junior and from Gainesville.Mrs. grade. attended the 14th Annual Po home in Jacksonville, the Rev.P. .
mission in Tallahassee.The R'eda Logsdon, Mrs. Bee write-in votes were tallied for ner Mrs. Lena Clements and cheerleaders were also invited. M. L. Beasley and Winners of the Thanksgiving liceman's Ball Saturday nightin M. Boyd of the First Meth-
brideroom-to-be grad- Schroeder, Mrs. Bee Young, Mrs. Beasley, wife of the for- Mrs. Ida Gentry. Mrs. Richard Dinner was prepared and daughter Marian, and Jackie poster contest sponsoredby Gainesville.Mrs. odish Church officiating. Burial -
uated from Suwannee High Mrs. Millie Muhlhofer and mer mayor. Had these been Vogh club president,.gave the served b y members of Fox were in Gainesville Sun- the Melrose Public Library, R. F. Gano of Hawthorne was in Oaklawn Cemetery.
High School, in Live Oak and Mrs. Martha Crutchfield. given to Beasley, he would recipe for the cranberry; bread Circle Two of the Community day visiting Mrs. D. N. Sim were Peggy Rothammer and spent Saturday with Mr. Burns was a World WarI

attended St. Johns River Junior Womans Club Holds have retained a seat on the that was served during recess. Churchwomen, of which Mrs. ons.Bud Keith McKinney, sixth graders. her son and daughter-in-law. veteran and a retired service
College. Luncheon Meeting council. Each member contributedher Sara McDonald is Circle lead- Anthony, Leslie Beas- Each received a silver dol- Mr. and Mrs. Ovid R. Gano station and garage ow per. He
The wedding will be held in Members of the Keystone particular talent in shar- er.Highlight ley, and Walter King, a Stark- and family. lived in Grandin for about 15
'_ Heights Woman's Club held CD HOSPITAL FILM ing and in making her own of the eveningwas ite, were on a fishing trip this lar.A Christmas poster contest, Garry Atkins of Morehead, years. Survivors include a

their regular monthly lunch- TO BE SHOWN DEC. 19 personal arrangement.Mrs. when the two Co-captains, past weekend at Otter Creek. sponsored by the library, is Ky. visited his aunt and uncle brother, George M. Burns.
Insurance Savings Plan -, eon meeting on Tuesday af- Daniel Pater was the John,Muir and Mickey Brokas Dan Dodd Henry Dryden, open to students in grades Mr. and Mrs. John B. Lee. Rev. J. T. Tyler of Jackson-
If You Live-It's A Saving temoon, Nov. 27, in the Community A motion picture showinghow envy of all present for she received presented Coach Buddy- Good- and Carolyn Jean Moody i four, five, and six. Mrs. Spires Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sam- ville is to be the supply pastor t I
4 If You Die -It's Insurance: Church educational to setup the Civil Defense the beautiful 'demon year with a' token of appreciation three members of the Senior librarian, announces that pson visited relatives in Charleston for Paran Church for the '

ASK YOUR GULF MANL.R.BRAULT building. Since every memberwas emergency hospital will stration arrangement given as from the team, a beautiful Class at Bradford County the Christmas posters will be West Virginia, recently. month of December.
be shown at the Community a prize. trophy. High School, took part in the I.
to bring a guestpreferably in the library for viewing Friends who would like to I :
a potential member Church educational buildingin Estrellitas Plan Each member of the team Senior Class Play, "Our Town," starting December 11. get in touch with Mrs. John PARAN BAPTIST CHURCH ,

there were quite a lot of ladIes -- Keystone Heights Wednesday -, "Kitchen Benefit"For received a letter "K", and a in the school auditorium last Baptist ,Church DedicationOn Griner, who is on the sick list GRANDIN, FLA.
\ Dec. 19, at 7:30: pin. W.S Masonic Hall Certificate of Merit, well. week. Sunday School, 10 a. m
4151 two lone mal- as
I J Keystone HelghtPh. present, and Sunday Dec. 16, at 2 p. may write to her at 809 Suc-
), Jax Hiwav. 21 es.-!-. C. Byron, hospital administrator The regular meeting of the Firemen Complete Course: James Everett Hassler, a m-. thp...w .w npnr'V -TlanMef tV&OV I"...Thir.'h,SAL.4 v"pea ww: .Avenii.. .._ T_Jl1rp1.. ._.ntt._. Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
The president, Mrs. Julius invites the public to at Estrellita Club will be held on Plan Supper Event Merchant Marine engineer em- will be dedicated. Rev. Charles Dr. and Mrs. Cecil R. Hook Training Union 6:30 p. m.

Hanson, called the meeting to tend. December 12 at 2 p.m. in the Twenty-three members of ployed by the Atlantic Refin- Peterson Director of Pro- visited Mr. and Mrs. John Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.
RestaurantLAWRENCE'S order, and after a short prayer Masonic Hall. keeping with the Keystone Heights Volun- ing Co., is visiting his mother, motion from the Florida Bap- Kressman in Trenton Tues- Midweek Prayer Meeting Wednesday -

B the members served their the season, the members will teer Fire Department completed Mrs. Maude Starling, in Key- tist Convention, will be the 7:30: p. m.
plates. Following the meal the post office for that express play 'the part of Santa Claus the 15-hour course con- stone. speaker. day.Mr.. and Mrs. Joe Williams -
DINETTE, Mrs. Hanson asked that each purpose. With Christ- and the recipient will be the ducted here last week by Elmo COMMUNITY CHURCH Mrs. John McGuire, wife of have returned from Massach- Parish House until Christmas.Mr. .
member introduce her guest. mas Cards arriving these days, Masonic kitchen. U t e nsils, Cox of the State Fire Collegein KEYSTONE HEIGHTS the executive secretarytreasurer usetts to spend the winter and Mrs. Clyde Wesleyof
OPEN SUNDAYS The program chairman Mrs. a lot of stamps should be col kettles tea towels, sponges, Ocala. of the Florida Baptist Gainesville and granddaughter -
11 A. M. To'9 P. M. John Karges introduced Ray lected. And what use can be and all sundry items for kit- On Saturday evening Dec. Dr. A. C. Holt A., Minister.Canova, organist Convention, will be a special here.Mr.. and Mrs. A. W. Allen Sherrie Thompson of

Hy. 21-Keystone Height!' Chance Director of Civil Defense made of your stamps? The chen use will be in Santa's 8, the'firemen'and their wives Mrs.and George director. John Hud- speaker at Sunday Services on and son, Jimmy and Ronnie, St. Augustine spent Sunday
in Clay County, who discussed Hospital Auxiliary of Clay Memorial pack as members enjoy the will enjoy a good dinner at Youth Director. December 9. of Jacksonville spent the week- with Mr. and Mrs. Glynn

-. some vital aspects of Hospital has found festive atmosphere as well as the fire house, starting at son, School, 9:30: am. Episcopal Church end with his brother and sis Rothhammer and family.

UNWANTEDHAIR Civil Defense after which some very worthwhile uses for the refreshments provided by 7:30. Sunday Worship, 11 a. m. The Women of the Trinity ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Prof.! F. Blair Reeves from the I them. They bundle them ,up the hostesses. Mrs. Rosalie Col- Women Golfers Morning 7 Episcopal Church met at the H. Allen. TRINITY EPISCOPAL
OFF! Department of Architectureat and sell them and with the gin and Mrs. Estha Stringer. A Plan Inter-City League, Youth Groups, p.m. Rectory Thursday, Dec. 6, at Mrs. John McLeod a former CHURCH MELROSE
the University of Florida proceeds, have purchased I business meeting will follow, Other Activities ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL 10 am. An Advent programwas resident of Melrose now livingin Holy Days 10 a. m., Holy \
FOREVER showed slides illustrating various much-needed: equipment. with programs for the new On Sunday, Nov. 25, a Mix- CHURCH presented by Mrs. Robert Gainesville spent Sunday Sundays 10 a. m. Church
kinds of architecture Hostesses for the day were year featuring another sup- ed Two-Ball Tournament was Rev. Win. W. Worstall Hollis. with friends in Melrose.Mr. School. 11:45: a. m. Morning
Edmund DwyerELECTROLOGIST and ommented on each. Mrs. J. O. Humble Mrs. A. F. per and other unique enter- played at the Keystone Vicar. The Mission Board held their and Mrs. John R. Rob- Prayer and Sermon First
Mrs. David Nelson asked Crosby Mrs. Ira Stringer prises. Mrs. George Young Heights Country Club. Mrs. Daily offices, 8:30 ajn. to regular monthly meeting at erts of Hillcrest visited Mr. Sunday, Holy Communion]. f

107 W. University Ave that everyone remember to Mrs. Dave Nelson and Mrs. president, will preside. Emily Thomas and John Shar- 5 p.m. Holy Eucharist, Wed the Rectory Wednesday night and Mrs. R. M. Cason Satur- p.m. Episcopal Young Churchmen. -

Ph. FR 2-8039 G'villc. i save cancelled stamps for her. A. c. Holt.Christmas. Christmas Party like won the tournament, nesdays, 10 ajn. Holy Eucharist Dec. 5, at 7:30. The parish .
Keystone Hts. Ph. 4379 I There is a "Stamp Bank" in Tea Planned By OES, while Mrs. Erma Rushton andE. on 1st and 3rd Sundays house, church, and library are day.Rev.. and Mrs. Herbert Tyler Communion.The .
i' Set for December 11 At Dec. 18 Meeting T. Martin came in second.On each month. Morning Prayer. being repainted. of Eustis and their daughter Rev. Lee W. Heaton.
III Members and interested i Keystone Heights Chapter Monday, Nov. 26, the 2nd and 4th Sundays. Litany Melrose Duplicate Bridge Mrs. Elizabeth Hogan of Vicar.
friends 0 f the Keystone 279. OES will hold a Christ- Women Golfers' Association Service on any 5th Sunday. Leesburg spent Wednesday
Winners of the Melrose Duplicate METHODIST CHURCH
Heights Woman's Club will mas party on Dec. 18, after had a low putt tournament, Sunday Evening Prayer 7 p. Bridge Club for last with friends here. I MELROSE
enjoy a holiday social hour the 8 p.m. regular meeting. I with Su Dwyer winning in m.
week were the following: First Handwork, glassware, and Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith
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when they attend the Christ- Members may invite their the nine hope group, and
BAPTIST place Mrs. Walter J. Grodick Christmas trimmings which Pastor
/ mas Tea at the educational families and friends to join Gena Christoffers and Freda FIRST
and Miss Sally Mansfield; second were left from the Episcopal Sunday School 9:45
J __ building of the Community them for the social hour. A Wyman tying for first in the
R. Smith pastor, Ralph place Mrs. Emory Cooper Bazaar will be on sale at the Worship 11 a. m.
Church on December 11, at 2 gift exchange will be made. 18- hole group. S
'_ Gifts will cost no more than On Monday Dec. 3, Pansy Copeland. Minister of Music -
I r p.m.The president, Mrs. Julius $1. and will be wrapped attractively Hawes won the weekly tourna- and church organist. I
t--" 1 % Hanson will call the meetingto and marked for a ment. The regular monthly Services: Sunday School
order- as this is the:date lady or' a gentleman. Host meeting was held after the 9:4: : a. m. Morning Worship, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS .. MELROSE

\I b' S for the regular business meeting and hostesses providing refreshments tournament, with a covered- 10:50: a. m. Training Union ;
-. and will then adjourn. will be Mr. and dish luncheon at the' home of 7:00: p. m. Evening services
and turn the meeting over to Mrs. James Puckett Mr. and Mrs. Fran Livingston on Nel 8:08 p. m. You are invited toshare BUSINESS DIRECTORY

Mrs. John Karges program Mrs. George Young. and Mrs. son's Point. Trophy Chairman family Prayer time with i

chairman.The Doris Sunderland.At Gene Christoffers presentedthe _
S. Rev. Kenneth Griffithof the December 4 meeting winning team of the Team ,
us.Lee's '
Melrose Methodist Church guests and members enjoyedthe Play Tournament with their DriveInTHEATRE FLOKIST MILLWORK.
James H.
will enact, the Christmas conferring of degrees on awards. Vesta Aiken Fran McEachem Ii;
'* Story in an unusual way. candidates, Mrs. Martha S. Livingston. Mary Brokas. and Keystone : Realtor 'I
Edna Williams 'I
JS There will musical Floyd Koons, Fay Mangel members of I
be special Tyre, Roy Tyre were Millwork Shop Completely Furnished bed- :,
numbers, and Carol Singingwill Richard Murrhee. and, by affiliation that team. FLORLcT-NURSEBI room spacious home 2
> t years
I complete the program. from Orange Park I The ladies decided to qualify KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLOWERS CABINETS noon old, on large landscaped lot
{ S\ The so ial hour that follows Chapter ,Mrs.' Dorothy Koons.' for the Keystone Golf and FLA. For All Occasion WINDOW FBAME3 with dock $18,00Q.Ln'rLE /i \-,
\ will be under the leadershipof As previously announced Country Club Ladies' Cham- SCREENS SANTA F&I I
ilelrose 5-2331
SUN. Phone: OR
Mrs. Azzie Williams chairman Dec 4 was to be Advance pionship Matches on Monday. FRI., SAT., Trim Materials Mrs. T. R. Martin AasociaU *

THEY KNOW THE SECRETof and the appointed committee Night but this has been post- Dec. 10.Matches will start on DEC. 7, 8, 9 Sub Made T' Order JAMEs H. 3IcEACHERN ,
chairmen: Membership, poned until Sentinel Leamon Dec. 11, and be played daily INSURANCE Keystone Heights TeL 4285 ;
P. O. Box 183 '
successful living Mrs. Alma Frost; Finance Ward. Conductress Bertha all week, rain or shine. I Phone 4106 *
Mrs. Herbert Nelson; Health Ward Associate Matron Phyllis Following the business meet- ,_ Keystone Heights Fla.
Murrhee Insurance NURSERY
and it's as simple as this: and Welfare; Mrs. Mabel Husbands Hussey. and Associate Pa- ing, the ladies enjoyed an afternoon ."-"!. "-!' ,> ,of Q: p MaV.__ Dh__ -
; House 'Chairman. Mrs. tron Ed Hussey are able to of bridge. Mrs. Elva hD&YDt4 AgencyGeneral Clemens NurseryI I k/. j-.. &U n.GY, ixeouor i
1. Know what you want. .5
Leo LeBlanc; Historian. Mrs. attend and advance, Membersare Steadham won high prize; Lake
2. Figure out the cost. Carl Wistrup. ; Publicity :Mrs. happy to learn that Mr. Mrs. Freda Wyman was second WOMfH- Insurance Citrus trees $2.50 to $4.95. Front Property. BOOM I j
3. Set up a .definite program of savings that will Francis Egan; : Legislative ; Ward is able fobs back in high. satE fire Casualty Bondi some U fruit, Canned or Bare- and Acreage.Keystoixe M

add up to the right amount of money at the Mrs. James Cook; and Garden business and that Mr. Hus The Women Golfers' Association Allied Lines root. HeUaU-Ph. IOn ''. I II

right time. Division. Mrs. Sara Mc- sey is convalescing at his is starting on an InterCity Keystone Heights 2731 Azaleas S for $1.00 to $1.00 ea. ,r

4 4. Faithfully follow your program week after Donald. home Chapter meetings have Golf League.' WGA Hiway 100 at Hillcrest Winifred H.CRAWFORD. !

week, month after month till the total in your Opportunity to purchase not been the same without president, Mrs. Zee Tolles has 3i/2 Miles East of S
bank book tells you that you're in! Christmas. gifts and noveltieswill these fine officers in their 'respective sent out t programs for the Problems with Insurance? Keystone Heights fie* Seal Eitate Broker
be afforded all ,who attend stations and it is hop- year. Eileen Lee, the new tournament Call the Man from '
As the FIRST step in the right direction, open a Lake Properties, Acres .
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and these things will_be ed they will be back by the chainnani Tomes to IAYB_ "Travelers"Geo. REAL ESTATE .
Savings Account in this bank today. I Ranches Business -
j available at the bazaar table. new year. the .club from Trenton. N. J.. VKTOR I III I City
I. The club appreciates the C. D. Rescue Unit and now lives in Johnson.St E. LaRue C. J. Pete O'Connor : Homes Rentals
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK I "We Take A Personal Intent
S privilege of' taking! subscriptions Aids At Drowning Wflliim's Church. News' WELLES MATURE Keystone Heights In Your
I j and renewals for the Ray- Chance and membersof Sunday, Dcc2, the first Agt. For TRAVELERS EEALTOS Requirements
MEMBER F.DJ.C. I Midway: .
i Bradford. County Telegraph his Civil Defense Rescue Sunday of Advent, was also II "THETMARS" Insurance Company REAL ESTATE Keystone HeigJrtaffiway
I' A Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community :> as a new subscription nets Unit were on the job after Communion Sunday for:the I I .u.m:... "!:1 HomeOwnersAutomobile Ue1roN

,Keystone Heights, Fla. i the club,75c; renewals;. SOc., midnIght on Saturday night Children of the. Parish., 'The ....-- Fire MORTGAGES APPRAISALS 21-Open SaD4ap.-

This opportunity. came .as a Nov. 24, when David Henry Children's, Choir, under the Tel 4692. Day 4325, Nile Keystone Height. Pbon 6311 '6852811r'
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Johnstown Baptist Church. advised that Mrs. Verna Dem-
the of
signed. job getting more
yyg' Surviving are' three sons orest and L. H,'Gibson Sn- :: "-r )t't J
Seeber Addison-- Ft. Lauderdale petfisors" in.the. Bradford respuce-use: educatiou taught: .
; Cecil A. Addison Starke; County-School system have elementary, and secondary.! ', T
1 arid Lee Addison Lake Butler; been appointed '-,as County school .subjects :that, 'are _not.
five daughters* Mrs. Leila tfse primarilyAMBULANCE resource r ducatignlj!
[Conservation] Resource- : ,
Pittman. and Mrs.. Eunice V *-tt i :
i t Galbraith, both of Tampa: -. .a Y
Mrs. Gertrude Smith. Raiford;I
Mrs. Edna Rosier Macclenny; j J., '
and Mrs. Wilma Williams,j! PHONE 964-2600
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Lake Butler; three
Here's a way to make desert-time as extra special as the holi-
days demand. This high and handsome ice cream pie will be a Colonel Alvarez. Fort Pierce; I DeWitt. C. Jones Funeral HomeD 0. k
gala finale to your parties throughout the season of merrymakingand Britt, Alvarez Starke; and iJt C Jones Registered Funeral ,Director :
might well become a favorite for year;'round service. Scoop Raiford Alvarez, Auburndale.i, % Starke Fli *. "'
< 1963 DODGE DART GT 2-door hardtop -
the ice cream into a crispy crust made of rice cereal and marsh- Also among her survivors are I
mallow creme; then spoon additional marshmallow creme oc 29 grandchildren. '52 great RENTAL SERVICES
\vith a lavish hand. Use chocolate ice cream as we have here or Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches. Phone '964-6081
choose a variety of flavors for colorful It's make: grandchildren, and 12 great, Hospital '. "f' I
a more a
ahead dessert you'll find a real help in7our busy array.holiday sched*. great erandchildren. _u__._ ;_.d(7'f.'!:' J E. Hardy Auto Sales I 1320 N. Tem: Ac Rr I
ule-but, one that's certain to bring oohs and ahs from all your' aFuneral services were held Y Starke, :: *
gi'oc*$, as you bring. it from the freezer to your table. at 10 am. Thursday Nov 29, .
Creme-Top Ice Cream Pie in the Johnstown Baptist V \
,J jar marshmallow cremo 3 pints chocolate ice cream Church with Rev. Alton CARLTON'S MILK V ,
5 cups crisp rice cereal Dobbs and 'Rev. Angus B. I\\ '
Combine marshmallow creme and cereal; mix until well Lawson officiating. Burial was The Finest In Dairy Products 1 { 41 l{ f:
blended. With hands moistened, press mixture into a, greased in Dyal! Cemetery with Wilson ,
'10-inch pie pan or 8 individual tart pans; chill. Fill pie shell or & Brannon Funeral Home of GAL. JUG HALF GAL. JUG '
tart pans with chocolate ice If desired,
coops :of cream. top Lake Butler in charge of arI I : pj Bj
additional marshmallow creme blended with a small amount
off water. ,'. rangements. Call Mrs. Jack Eaves I I J 1m 1 !
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Wallace, Charles Redding, .
Willie Carter Bill Browning, PHONE" 644241For
Meat CuringSmoking Earl Dobbs, and Theodore Ro 1B "

sier. Home Delivery by Carlton's Dairy

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= 8 A. M. TIL 5:30 P. M. \ of Bradford Lodge I r r' "If It's CALL Glass WRITE- We VISIT Have It" This Year ar. Come In Early And Save r. The Difference- !
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FLORIDA :GOLD STORAGE I At 7:30 o'clock, tee Master' just j Mail' us .A Pattern For 9'l', .
,I Masons degree will be conferred 'Table Tops RGE S C 'i LI SON. 63c
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Cleaning.. Ball Point Pens 59c woods we havent had a.frost. will burn but it then forms New River BTU's I I First Baptist Church for the association, Southern Baptist Convention,
at THE yet and a few volunteer morning a protective scar that makesit I
TELEGRAPH: Farmer's Diary j fete t purpose of mobilizing .training music director. 'with every: association meet-
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glories"are still blooming almost impossible for it to Rally! I ing simultaneously.
Rer. Leo Hebert, association
4 : programs in church member-
and our banana tree is stillreen
ignite and burn '
.. <* r" r..w i+s ; .- i t up.. I II At First Baptist .1 I ship. I moderator discussed "Witnes- J
.. r, t.Wonderful. By Sam McGarveyseen 'I ., I sing in Association Activities," r
'' 'I Congratulations ireIn oi d-r Eight pastors; 12 directors,I CONGREdAttO.VAL:
01 : Baptist Training Unions of and the chairman of evangel-
near Lawtey this week or i Like fhe good, housekeeper. er, we understand. to the Fair: the raw River Associationmet i 16 churches of the New River I ism. Rev. J. R. Smith of Keystone HOLINESS CHURCH
at least the first we've heard!; she Nature 'j kid for this' I Ij Association, and three visiting I
is. has downa workers. year they
j i Monday night at the Heights, discussed "Wit- North SOI, 2# miles out ol
of.. That got us to wondering i fresh carpet in t&ur woods.' ,had the best balance yet. All churches were represented: t i nessing in Striving Toward town on left of the road.
r CHEVROLET where the robins winter-over, The light-brown jieedle f Vat! of 'which promises that the! these things back out of sightto : with a total attendance of 320 Young
Service Goals. The People's
Ac. for we think of a killdeer whenwe 1 covers the floor of( t the woods I Fair; will'be bigger arid better. the trash heap .Heck no! largest in the history of; the I tional speaker was.Rev.inspira Char- Friday 7:30: p. m. Meeting Sunday
CONVERTIBLE think of "cold weather next He:; deposits the junks association. Choirs of the.First
;j like a new .paint: year. lIes Julian Jr., of the North School 10 a-m. Sunday( Night
J. coast "
r' "Loaded' birds. As all berry growers. off.. f t ri ct-dab under our eyes, and I Baptist and Madison Street : Jacksonville Baptist Church. I.Worship, 7 p. m. Everyonecordially I
I fr Bexatiful Blue know only too well flocks of I Fatwood in the' fireplace*:(| That old retriever Faddle is then to make matters worse Baptist Churches presented I I:11 The M Night Mobilizationis I, invited to attend--
Suger S robins appear around here in! roofing hard,at.work these days. In chews it all to bits and scat- special music under the direc- I
rt will ignite into a blazein the largest meeting in the Rev. Carl Edmondson, pastor.
I $2595r dewey foggy, berry picking. .time.. I a hurry but if,,;jou want,'f 4, few days he brought back ters it around! ........ '!.
rainy weather during the past to see something spit and hiss I from the highway; four old, ,
tit a Trade HIgh weekfor the berries, that is. See where the Tobacco Ad- and crackle and.spill. ,liqUid i milk cartons: a tin T can, remains -I.I I. i
t : GATEWAYCHEVROLET Plenty of moisture too. for visory Board has come ,out..against -} fire just put in % "vsA-toae":I of a. biteButth1;: an
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t a I1c.. greens and pastures for good use of MH-30 for sucker A,fire like that will even f-t.' burn"j !"old hat. th'teebones, and aj f
1 4 \ growth before the cold weather treatment of plants. Most''II green, unsplit pine logs andas ; wad of paper. I
growers we know are opposedto .
1 gets here. you know that takes some I,
this idea, and we imagine Of doesn't take
burning. The bark on the pine course he. .4..c \ \ ..
there will be a fuss about it i iI I (
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J r.wa.a b I before it !is over. !

i If Hog prices ow.are. at a : $ % Garcia Home Dairy'
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NJaMttaHondaHoIidaY three-year high, and are expected 'b. :
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If. I' i during next year. They are
close to' $18 now as compared
I GIFT i I with $12 three years ago. '_ DELIVERY-
LOVING PEOPLE.. THE f\ Hog specialist' we know I says' Pasteurized' Homogenized I
1! it costs him 16 cents a poundI

foANT MOST! 0 THRIFTY, o i I produce an animal. He says Skim Milk '5' : '
I; a UP study shows that costs ww
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hog raisers lose money, some
.i Of them, unknowingly;a; because Coffee Cream P\
; i 1963 Rambler Classic "770"Cross also offers 3 seat
I Country Wagon. Rambler wagons.
they fail to..charge off all fx- Patronize Your Home-Owned
to1 'venture. .. DairyI
the ,
penses One
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terest on investment shouldbe Jn- I TImrn ill rn a [ CROSS COUNTRY FOR 63l

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Exciting is this
to raise feed for his cattle. We I beauty just one reason why new
New! Hidden Compartment '63 Rambler is the best seller. There's
wonder about that, for according "* 4 U 1 v wagon a
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bupt. it's the light and lively machine that's making everyone : of corn, and .if the market i 4r;. .S;.ff + -5) the result. Provides full room for six 6footers.There's .
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than a bike. Wonderful gift! 1 considered, then the grower DEPENDABLESERVICE ay 7::::;;'j-,;, ":;'....... : ,k / '.:..:.' ne /\'l.bratlOn-reeTrI-POlsed! Power
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+ electri:starter optional per acre just to break even. ,''I } Z+ smoothest; riding Ramblers ever built. Take a
automatic> clutch cruises at 45 ; CALL Only wagon with Advanced lint! ,,. Discovery: Drive today.Constructionrattlefree .
speed transmission choice ef colors Turks cap, poinsettias and ry I.
pyraca'ritha bushes are providing 964-7511 with massive single uniside member ; AM LJe 6
CONVENIENT TERMS FRIENDLY" SERVICE beautiful shades of red j jfor ) AppliancesAUTHORIZED replacing many small parts ;!{ '. I! I) rt U iJ

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Universal Reg. $2 .95 -. Now BALLISTIC MISSLE\ only .,..*; 99c SELECTION Extra Special Buy

Handy-Hannah Hair Dryer $24.88 DAISY BB.: GUNS $6:95 upComing UNIQUE PACKAGING and ODORS Now Is The Time To Save TRIM-STYRENE BLOCK TRANS-

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II I Starke Police lar Dystrophy Association. KHS 'Boys Lose, ry left, ever from the grid season -' provide the necessary funds' initial sign-up period began 1
I These activities include the 'showd',make .this, game. a for building the present church Mon-ar. Dec. 3, and will tun
Head Drive For I operation of 'a ''major research ;; Girls Win 111.1! ; thriller building. I through Jan. 4. '

Muscular DystrophyThe facility, the Institute for Muscle -<: First Cage Games I Ii ,The program is administered TERWllLEGAR

I Disease in New York City,j j *' St.,Anne's, Church j Farmers, Ranchers. : by the ASC County Committee -
Starke Police Department -,, and many patient.services, '' The Keystone Indians, ."after and the ASCS County
63 T-Bi ird will head the annual such as'wheel chairs, braces, [ one week of practice .lost ;:I Starts Fund For Advised Concerning : Office is located at 136 N.

1 Beautiful White fund raisins drive in Starke .supports: shoes,. and residen- i their season 'opener to Florida Priest's HomeLast 1S63 ACP SignupThe ; tgmuje} Avenue. Information -
and Bradford County: for the :'tial clinics. I Ii D and B Dragons, 28-25: on I I concerning! ; the programs can MOTORS I II
BuckInterior Muscular.. Dystrophy Associa-, i :Cannisters an{ posters have :! Saturday evening, 'Dec. 1in Sunday it 'was- announced Bradford County ACP also] be obtained. by phoning ..
Fully Loaded tion. The announcement< was f t beeji: placed b,*; i"I- ? department i St.Augutfinlf.. ,," that St.. Anne's'Episcopal i Development group has an- 80HT41.The .
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:Save Hundreds of $ made this week'by.Mrsl: Claire i I t in Starve. u\i also I 'The Indians had a bad first Church has. established a ,': nounced the. Agricultural Con- 1963 ACP was developed -
QA'.fE\'AYClIEVROL.r M. Parks, district director of i' throughout the counL,-tQ collect I half, connecting on only 131 j building fund f'$20,000 to ; nervation Program for 1963. recently.in a.meeting of the I 1963 FORD TRADE-INS
i the association.The ; contributions. from those I per cent op":their free throws; provide a home in* Keystone: The new program is designed ,!r rI agricultural agencies in the
'v L'1C.t I desiring to give. and 17 pei .cent .f' their goal I' Heights for the priest. The unanimous -' to help the farmers and: ranchers -! county including the ASC
drive is conducted an-t'| Assistant Chief Kenneth attempts. The tribe's poor I decision to move for- | of the county.carry out County Committee County Agent -

nually on a nationwide basis'!I' Fuqua stated that [anyone .shooting)?nab1t d the Crayons'1 ward with these plans was needed conservation of .the Farm Forester- ,.Soil Conservation -
....- to raise funds to support the who wished could also leave to leave'the floor at halftime.I: made at the last regular meeting i county's soil, water, and wild- j : Service, and Soil BUY I&i

many ,activities of the Muscu-I j donations at the police depart- with a 13-JO: l Jead.f.Al I of'the'Mission Board. All!! life resources. The 1963 pro- Conservation District. .;
.... r though',the'Indians'1 shoot- funds. received are to be placid :! gram contains conservation ', It;

.' ,. .t ing .improved' .. irj the second" I in a separate account and practices adapted to meet the
half --<,3f! sper''' cent for freethrows <*an be used for no other pur- special needs of the county's .
; and '20 per cent :.forattpHipts I i agrl ultur NOp4 : '
._ Held' ,- the Dragqnsi I pose.A i All farmers and ranchers' :
.'. ,committee has been appointed ,
t 8lf1J < ti11'kept their-rfointadvantFanpard&illi I Ifgf. consisting of L. '?'. who;;: have; conservation prob- !. .
: .'. : Laurie Carl km oit their agriculturallan1 *' .
Adams. AUJgQpan. "-* *y l*
: CITY ; Carries Jed the i Benson; N'. F. Hardenbergh.. arid-w.no: ;:need hsipiiu' soh/i.ri2 '- 'HI A<,"tt ; AND
, *' ':'rb ;Wi h,1'2 ;points andr9 r'e1x3urid8. i W. W. king. Gay Livingston, these'problems are urged to 't 1, or jwwi* il -" i"1 ,. .

: r arid SAVi the DlFfERENCB, \ .!:' 3a ;,,Copper'accauntieji.forj.6. ;: -j! Richard Murrhee.. George Contact the AgriculturalStabllization *. .. : =:.I '
F-ISH' a pginjs, aiiij B9b Jaek-.1J .Phelps, Huntley Redfearn,.Jr., ; and Conservation : I;
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in regards to .
Office .
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: soji r 8 b t: to: participating < 4 I iu
was''Cqpper;: .,-'aiiio._ managed't0! r'Parsons, I i I s I
r r. haulQwn...6.-*. "*'i '.. This, committee is moving I I II

Fresh Grade, "A"," Fresh, Grade "A" :. : i11Kahley i.lid tHe': Dragons' forward with plans! to raise I II
I scoring,:;'jqjh- .10- 'ppiffts i :. JDe- 1 sufficient i funds so that con- i,1 1960 Chev. Biscayne TudorOne

LCITYJI Matto; folded' ;;-ic4as. \ ?:ljeliind struction can begin sometimein ,
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FRYERS wiUi7.. ',:;t"In t\. :.AV, :- _\ January. The site for the;! Owner
the Oirlgame-the! ; r Keystone -1 house on Keystone Lake is already i INTRODUCING
'girlsquawV'3; ]. ,:were ,' 'of the. Diocese ,
; !thefprdperty t
victorious-pYer'fhVD' Land B.I and plans"-for the houseare .; O4 I 1959 Chev! V-8 9 Pass. W Vgu.

oiris..4oii... Y.I"1.; ; 1! ;ateiost in readiness: 'for ,

:.K".'stones,' -teams$: ;w n' inept j!I:,submission of. bids. Charley Ill=:ting: Glasses, Auto. H & eI 1!
Taylor HIgh J'aPPierion; phj: Members of St. Anne's have -if
1t'-CS .wetk.'Rival-I been requested to .undertake ; E.
i'4esday'of this.
:: ,families or individuals -'t :3. (.1 M l Q
project as
some tI
necessary Johnsabout I Chev. Corvair Club
-+ ,1 I so that the I I '. New Hi H Clarity: 1960 Cp
;- ment or call the department\ funds can be? available. This New Exciting_ Designs

and a policeman.will, come andj*J same procedure was used a i this question; a New Big 4 advantages Auto. R & H One Owner
i -to FREE BOOKLET-write
pick up the contribution. little over four years ago get .
,I"W have six or seven in I

Have- Fun, Make' :Popcorn Treats,--!I surance office policies to cover both '.'! J4 ANY MAICO TOWN ANYWHERE U.S.A. I 7 1951 OIds.; Super 88 FordorAuto.

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I real and personal:! our R & H Ready To Roll

!I public l liability! ;' medical : is. ('. I'3tJLli: T

-SaveThsDlf,__ t' 1>< !erg nce .': vA.:.,... : I I'i j I i r;#? ">4C'Y\v- fWJ y.0f < ) P2iI payments protection. .Does. earnings the ,Hearing A 1a'or2'nn! /lrl:41 la :v Consultant:Trained I i i I 11 1960., Ford Frirkie: 590 ((6)Fordor )

ft. For Ghnsl masCHUCK. hurley Johns Agency MAICO HEARING R & II Real Economy
have the new, OFFICE :
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ROASr.LB.' j rate in Jacksonville, ria.fill give';
coverages one con
FREE hearing Tests and demonstrations 2,000 Mi. Air-& Full Pwr. Like New
pfN of .. II'I'I'', venient 'package' policy?" Monday, Dec. 10th

STEAK . .LB. Charley E. Johns I 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at I 1961 Falcon Wagon Fordor

.,,-. Agency Koch's Drug Store ,

Kin R. & II & Deluxe. Trim Sharp
PHONE 964-0121() .
Starke 'r'la.FLJFIDA 1 1J '
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and better methods of ,
With t&ft'nevrhybnd popping
popcorns ,
--LB. it, the ritual'of. popping.com is not limited. Any time is popcorn I R & H PowerFalcon
rRN! GRQUND BEEF 9cB" time.'This time; suggest popcorn treats: Popcorn balls and !
chocolate covered,popcorn are two for start
R Quick Popcorn Balls And Bars
bl'up: dark. urn syrup ii cup coarsely chopped red 1962 I Fordor 9,000
EF'LIVER' a : ?'zcu'psu ar candied cherries
ij teaspoon.salt A cup coarsely chopped I Miles
Fordoniatic R
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10 to,12 cups, popped corn green.candied cherries

BOLOGHAWEBS : - S Combine corn syrupr sugar and salt in a heavy; saucepan; ,
,' ook: over moderate heat for 2 minutes or until sugar is dissolved,.
: stirring.constantly.- Mix popcorn and cherries; add popped corn I Il' -THEATRE ti 1960 I Ford Falcon FordorAir
- l' and cherry! ;mixture and stir over medium heat 3.to 5 minutes or. .
until vein evenly and completely coated.: Remove from heat. Opening'Time, :'
V Mold into balls or.pr'pss into lightly greased'pan ((8 x 8 x 2-inches).. Sunday-2 P. M. Mon.\ Thru Fri.- 1:45: P. M. Fordomatic( R & II
SMOKED IBS. When cool and set,.t m'out of'pan and cut into squares. Makes
about 10 balls.
IG.squares or
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SAOSAGEw ,. Quick Chocolate Coated Popcorn ',' '. : Thurs., Fri.--Dec. 6-7 .1960 Ford Fairlane Tudor

(6-ounce) package semis cup light or axe;I corn ,,
SAUSAGE sweet chocolate pieces syrup with BURT LANCASTERIN
: 5 cups popped corn Std. Trans. R & II
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MEAT' Place chocolate pieces and corn syrup in top of a Uoul'lc boiler .
and heat Qver hot water until chocolate is melted; stir to blend
\veJJ.'Pour over popped corn, stir until corn is coated. Spread ': I 1959 English Ford Anglia
onto waxed\ paper... and separate into clusters. ;
CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS -LB.: 69c How to Pop CornIf I J Tudor Clean
using an electric popper, fill and use following manufacturers :: Plus Cartoon
directions Otherwise, !.. oil, *, lane !I
; pour cup corn ina :
f heavy'skillet or kettle Heat about 3 minutes. 'Add Vz cup pop \ Saturday Dec. 8
corn. Cover, leaving a small air space atthe; edge.. Shake fre- I 1959 Ford Fairlane Fork
nufntlv mitil; tw v>in; ft tons. Salt!to taste,.Makes 2 quarts ((8.cups). ,;

IND CUT PORK CHOPS.. 49 I ... i 4 Air Fordomatic R & H

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r J. B. WrightSLNCLmSESTTCB Starke's. Figs, raisins, and chopped nuts popular sweets of the Christmas \
'Earl'sGarage season, are used in the filling of this Holiday Layer Cake. :H
Cities Service StationJ. The decorative trees are made with green decorating sr by t $395 1953 CADILLAC 4-Dor
using ,.cookie cutter or cut-stencil It:
as a guide.-
ALL KINDS OF -, STATION. C. Gafden'er, Prop.'Mechanical UotidarLayer-Cake: :1 ':_ t q HAL VI/ALlI
Complete'Auti. Since: 'El': )' Senloe" ;
Auto REPAIR WOBK 3 cu>o sifted cake flour \j teaspoon aF"' ')nd e:. ;t $.175 ,- 19551. PONTIAC 4-Dor
Tlrw &tterles-Acce&sOM General Repairs Antomatk 3 teaspoons double-acting 4 eggs

All Work OuaninteedSo. Lubrication. Washing... Transmissions : baking powder 1"cup milk ..
1. .f.1'! !!.. :J'u.' 542 Cities Senlcc rrooiitisTInr.8 IVteaspooa'slIL'.6 dried figs chopped J__ .. ,
Madison 969-280 1 cup butter or margarine \j seedless raisins .. 1954
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AUTO, SERVICE. ". \ $ J ... 4. V I __. J. together.! .Cream butter twtikvery, soIL Add sugar 2 tablespoon! : {' 4 ? 1'f'f/ t
1, at lime, f-- .
a creaming after each addition until : .
light laod/Iuffy -
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Auto Sales I (This should : /
take 10 minutes on an electric mixer or looser if ; .I. CK
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Gilbert S' .. Brown Rambler 'SalesGENERAL!. .t Setvke .Recap. Co.. beating well after each. Alternately add: flour and milk, beating i Ii *:\fj .". 'J.:. -t, :: ''.'.'l' "' ; f.''#,) i >
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with-paper. moderate \
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Budget Road Service BTTERiPbae. !! WJailc. cake cools cover: figs aad ra i| ns vrttfc bouW water Let : iii ICI. iiiiur.ae:: : WiG. ;, !

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Minute Frosting. Add about .to,the firuil-nut :
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Washington Evening Star to accept the post for a five another. This,is his life- it ''f' ,- --
High Tribute Dr, Stith finds: the work fear term. He! has been. there pressing toward and.attaining II'' II I ,
For Baptist WorkDr. served as supply pastor'.of the ever since goals."
First Baptist Church in Starke Dr. Stith ginds athe 'work The article concludes with
M.. Chandler Stith moved to 'Washington 25 challenging, requiring, as' it the statement: "Few men have mm ONE!
son-in-law of Mrs. H. L. years ago from Jacksonville to I ddes, a detailed knowledge of enjoyed the love and respectof I I' CAY'S HOME APPLIANCES ;
Brownlee of'Starke,'.is begin- become pastor the Brook- the major Baptist national so" many through so many
ning his 20th year as execu- land Baptist Church.,Six years conventions. This: is no small years .When the roll call of I I CO ''E ALL!
tive secretary. of the Districtof later, in 1943 he was askedto task, since the District of Columbia great Baptists in Washingtonis '- fs. .
Columbia Baptist Convention accept the executive secretary .churches are affiliated made at some far distant .
with both the Southern Baptist HOT
and .was the subject. 'of position with the DC date, Dr. Stith's name will be I r
a recent feature article by the' Convention. He at first declih- Copventions.and the American Baptist high on the list"THE I DOGS p..
I .. _. __ ,_ .. ,. ...." .' I II. .Dr. Stith also plans the \ 64YLA% SELVa A BRA TION 9Cp. I
of the District Bap-
program RIGHT POINT for the I
I. r BOxEs 1 tist Convention and has to way' you write. Come In and :: .. I COKES
t GIFT keep an eye on operation of select your favorite ESTER- II ..
I the two Baptist homes in.that BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH ...'. ,
r ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT the and I '0;; '
locality one for aged
one for children. -
Fast Guaranteed : ,
By Express
.- Delivery ,'-J la
Washington i !
( Ministers of the -
The Best In 'Christmas. area'Baptist churches also '. 355 V N: Temple Ave Phone 964.7511
:, Gifts From Florida turn 'to the executive secretary ,i-- ;)-,.,--j.-4 j.r

.' Tree. Fresh .Fr it-- Dired From Groves I istrative for guidance policy or when expansion admin- 1 '. t.?,. .... .,,..i'.....,,_. I
Chinese problems arise and he. has ., 1960 '.r .fl. .- lS V
HoneysNavels ... 1- .
the additional task :of beingon : 1. ; "
constant call to fill pulpits IMPALA"Loaded" .,.' ./... .: ,. ..
Temples Tangelos on. Sundays and to speak at : ; ;V;'..' +f'r'! t\ I ,
Includes Factory ; ':l pt': ;' V:
FREE SAMPLES'. special,! events. .. :f' '. '_;. V
The November 22 issue of' Air Conditioning ;.- 1. j .., t""
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,Baptist" thenvention's !; :.i(/ /
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DOWLING'S PRODUCE ;'r.; ;'i' weekly publica- *. .-' 4..*. .
tion was filled with tributesto GATEWAY .
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f MARKET Dr. Stith from colleaguesand CHEVROLET Inc.
Across.From Setzers, friends who have known

\I .I'I Starke,. Fla. .iJ. him secretary Miss through Ethel? sees;the Morris.him years.?his Always own s !! !pd 6Automatic

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Sirs-. Carolyn- Canova music. .Winning- Christmas carolIs seventh grades Mrs. Peggy Esterbrook Cartridge and dec. the allegations of said'Complaint secnrive weeks in the BRAD :Clerlt-ot'the'Circuit 'olin. ,
teacher. played by Charles Breeden. THOMAS & PIERCE will be taken as confessed by FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH By. Marian L. Ci.isDeput
Kiser and Principal. Charles- Fountain: Fens $1.95 $2.95, AJ.torne1"a.t.Law. S > !
J t 'Hiecast' characters all Maids' are Brenda Brown. Janet Francis' rooms. $3.95 at The TELEGRAPH. 1 %0305orth Temple Ave. you. I rv' Dated this 2S day' of November > fit-it I
from.,fifth sixth and seventh Nettles. Rose Lee McKin- First graders in Mrs. Betty Starke, Florida This notice shall be published 1962. (SEAL) ? ., t .
BT Mrs. D. E. Hlfl grades, .arei King Claudius.. ney, Debbie Hill Patty John- May's room sing one of the First publication on November once each week for four con- ; CHARLES A. DARBY, 11-29 4t 120- '

U .....&.&.&......i..a....... Gary Johns;;Queen Bess, Lin- son, Mary,Alice Parker. Gard- carols for the King's approval I> COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT i 1 .2'-29th{t,. 1220NOTICE'TO 1962. I. .

da; Rhoden; Glad, Sad. and : eners are Billy Rhoden Bobby "Holy Bethlehem" Sec- IX :AND: nj...FLO.RI FOR !BRADFORDCOU >>\. !i .
Christmas ProgramWednesday .Mad jtfce.: king's- 'counselors, Rhoden Bobby Suggs, and ond and third graders in Mrs. ineF: tate, of ._ t DEFEND Make Thls'ChrlstmasBest
Kenny Johns Ronnie Henley, Jack Gunter. Beatrice Putch's room sing. i\ AJdertfian) deceased. 4 "> .
jOn Wjednesflay, Dec, 'J}?, at NQTi[ It TO CREDITORS COFLOLIDAI t
and! Mack Sadler; Silly Wd ;Carollers 'are Joanne Slade. the carol "Joyful Christmas ,
All .erffotors of the estate,of IN. CHANCERY.Mary : Ever
I students The Christmas .
) pjn. of HamptonElementary'SchoQl lie;'the ,;"court jester, RandyHayesf'Blueblyd'Cheryl Mary Lou Cooper, Phyllis Day" and. third and fourth I Dora; .GL Alderman, .deceased, Jane Withers mason*
; will" .lyes-. Grif- Meng, Rita' Meng, Carolyn grades in Mrs. Sandra Shever's 8l e hereby notified and required Plaintiff .
to,.file claims demands TS. Cae"lliq.U-163 i
ent a Christmas operetta't'he' any or
: fis;, Carol Madonna."Meng, Meng Susan. Taylor, Debbie room sing "Christmas! ;- Walter
\>}iiclt they may have, against Eugene Mason GIVE
King's Chrf1t1} >af, ,,Caj-,i : yfiijsr VA s50-00 Down
The King'ssix 'messengers Carter, Louise Batten Bells are. Ringing said, estate in the office' of thecounty Defendant *
ol.," in the school. !. ,_auditorium. ; Sally Stagehand. the musical,. judge, of Bradford County NOTICE TO APPEARTo
are East .Jimmy Fulton
!!>t.- ; IfUlilla
Ann Hunter, Terry Breeden ,.Florida, in the courthouse at : Walter Eugene Mason, A NEW P.H.A.3M Down
Parents .
1nV1rdtou. .
West, Tommy Eiland: North. play are Edward Loper. Starkey Florida within six cal whose resident and ;address is ;
tend the afternoon program, Danny Patterson; South Rob- Karen Breeden, Melody May thew Packbam; Plena Gnann. .endar. nontbs, from the date of unknown '.. <: ,>
in which all grades: oqe, Gail Saxon and Sharon and Michael"Nevrsome: U e. h'It,;publication of this notice You are hereby: notified that' .:
bfe Addison Tom suit for Divorce and restora- Wonderful New 3 & 4 Bd. Kingsberry
;; Up, ,Hardy Brown. Surprise Birthday Eaclj claim or demand must a .
through seven, are ;Staking be in writing and must state tion of former name has been ,
part, under the ..direction, of. and Downs, Paul Lott. Hans In the chorus are other students Party Honors Two the place or residence and post- filed against you in the above ..
4 i j.. I Borgman; composer of the from the fifth sixth and, Mrs. Barney Brinson and office address of the claimantand Court and cause, and you are I Models In Brick Block Frame
be'sworn oftyour I
must to by the required serve a copy
r 8' : ,. Mrs. Lynn Hall were guests of claimant his agent, or his attorney answer or pleading to the ,
I ,
I honor for a surprise birthday or it will become void complaint on the Plaintiffs At-
II /lliH1.vf,,," .;. "" party Wednesday night last according to law. torney J. C. Sapp P. O. Box 446, JOEL HEARD
I and November 26, 1962. Green Cove Spring Florida' LaRUE CORPORATION
J : week at the home of Mr.
'.. k. ; Thomas, J. Alderman and file, the original, the_office i
t ': : Mrs. D. H. Crawford. Levy A. Canova of the Clerk of the Circuit I Phone 964-8631
I : Hostesses were Mrs. E. S. George C. WhiteCOExecutors Court on or before the 31' day:' In Bradford Bid?. Supply 301 E. Call St.
\ J' DO YOUR BANKING Sibley and Mrs. Sue Williams. of ,the Estate of December, 1962;: otherwise. ';

I Personals of Dora Croft Alderman, I > __ """"' '. I"Jt'" __ .
I > :'"t)9J. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow .
Hicks of Orlando were here .4
I i. 1ij7cMti Sunday with Mrs. Hick's mother : ; : 'f ,r;;

i.":., ,.. 'W'- :.... T Mrs Mamie Mead, to .;...;.;..;....,..;..:. ,y.:;:+ t:;::: :........;.:;
,- .. '".de. Ml/1, ...f/Fj'c.. ..J. .7-' help celebrate her birthday.Mrs. : ":::';:{: : :
: ;; 17. !.".'''r", :. Mead's birthday was fi:! : ...cjt1S: !! ; .i. .......i.l. ..;;.._..:..:.:.
1 ; .. jIf' adt4Ito Monday Dec. 3. ............,....:<'..,:.8. \\..;.. .. -." -; :<.';":'>.:.:...;<,'.:,...:.:;''. .

.: .:('. Visiting last week with Mr. (

f.. .' '.'*. 'p. rf. and Mrs. Bill Underwood and .' 1.

'>. Mrs. Louise Hogan at Hamp-

ton Lake was Mrs. Hogan's o ,-" -_._ ,,,.. ;.
; brother Lester Beasley, of ntauw\

Sunday visitors at the L. A. .Y
Hall home were Mr. and Mrs.

.- o.:.. Charles Nicholson of'- SantaFe
; ; Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Pen-

.nington, Mrs: Horace Thayer,
: 9qJfl and Miss Nancy Thayer of

.Gainesville.Mrs. .NO I
L. A. Hall spent Thursday -

with Mrs. Les Eisenacher .
Heights, and both I
of Keystone
i .BankingbyMal! is a convenience you'll find attended a luncheon and bazaar -
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I. ',, at Melrose. .
in winter. Ask for.tha I i PAYMENTS
speclallywetcome us Gainesville Miss Margie spent Starling last week-of I i a,

terms: that make It easy.FLORIDA. end here with Mr. and Mrs.I : a Pi

I i Lester Jones and family. Sunday j

I visitors at the Jones' home,i i Lu-JL ; UNTIL

I were Mr. and Mrs. Willard i
Thomas: and family of Haw-
thorne' ,,: I

V ;'and'Mrs. Marvin Ogden I t f 1 I .,.t K 1

I of Pompano Beach visited last: t) t MARCH 63
; weekend with Mr. and Mres.GeorgeSaxon. ..
.8-A.N K A.t.t IflitllOne : : ( : *
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I Mrs: 'B, Y. Saxon visited in! Y-
of'31' Banks'of'the Florida National Group ([.Pompaiw.Beach several days fQ ',
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Member FeqeratDposit Insurance Corp. over the Thanksgiving week- ,
end with Vivian Saxon.

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Crisa-Cros3 Girdle shapes and controls with so much freedom. ''.' d t cleans clothes gearl< RC 1611

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ahape you naturally.\ .Now walk feel how your legs are free to (c\\ ..
ve-comfortaWy.. also when sitting nothing binds. Notice # ; i Big 12-Lb. Family ., '

also. ,that withjhe. Sarong Criss-Cross Girdle, there is vcsh load capacity. jf
never Elegant-appearance and fine sound inan all wood cabinet. Gotten the wall,
any thigh bulge because it dips down further on either side. ,; .: ''..j 5 ; .
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Only the ** "
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move jyt keep you.Hpooth.These Sarong Criss.cross'Girdles ...-: > autor lets ,you use it as a room divider. G-E engineers have given frj: t". .
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tff&b Gildiea made with .
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lint proper amount of Dual I coaxial I speakers
tie.th System removes ,
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xclnMre; .baifefl l ", _too. $ 9 Cujtom 4-'ipccdchanger .>l :
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1-: ,. Shirley.Greta DIXIE DARLING DELUXE
.AAA..A..i..... V .
t: carte Cake Mixes
, ''. and. 'Mrs. L. C. 'Kellid'.sons .L0 .rw I
-Waldo-were !Sui f\ 6 WHITE
ttrfc 19-0 .
;7>guests of his.mother; ,'Mrs., 4c .. V ': 6 YELLOW % 25
*.a. Relley. *' v." ( )fl \ L ;., DEVILS FOOD Pkg. '
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green rWjl (, ) V V 'Ip
id family. visited'Mr., and Deluxe ,, Dixie: Darling wouldn't dream of bringing
ra..J. T. 'Taylor and:familY J' 'y p you a cake mix unless it was so
Cake Mixes -
Palatka '
Sunday e and tender that it was better than
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. 'Wood FROM ,0 4 ,made. There is no better cake mix any-
re weekend guests ,of A-3c
id,' Mrs. ,Creig Wood and ,DIXIE DARLING where. Try one.

n,.Jeff,. in Albany. Ga.Mr .
.;and Mrs.:EudeU Vaughn
aJ.a: 'daughters were: su day OoO STOtltC) .,.
kilier' guests of her mothtR. .
: .., R ,K. Dukes,' in l Lake

litler.IfUQX. Kelley who recently GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN; ks 1. p 151.

mpleted basic training :at e

jckland,AFB Texas is home SUNNYLAND GA. leg, Thighs Breast (with rW; :
,leave with his mother ]Mrs. ; '
s Kelley and family beti .. Parts LB 491 ;
< Fryer .
r- being assigned to Kirlid .
','AFB in Albuquerque, N. -

(_.Brenda.1\''L Green is a patient' V V V Wings&GizardsLB19? :

ttn.g'' Memorial Hospitakke .I :
Butler. We wish her., a'' __ F 3y V I, 1,
fe&iy' J V 1. SEAFOOD
recovery V:
Miss .IrIs Brown and Mrs. ,VVI ; ; ,V jV per Fillet LB 391
lse Coggin of Jacksonville V t
'i its their mother, Mrs.8loivzi ;H.' : ;
1 Saturday. 5
|Mr.: and Mrs.' J. R, Mol .. ,; G Beef 5LAMB PKG.lB. f9 :
ltd.'sons were Sunday guests _
[Mrs. Brook Perryman in '
I 'esvllle. COPELAND Hot or Mild Fresh

d r.?son and were Mrs.: Kenny Friday Green nigh SALE CAN HAMS t Pork Sausage LB39; '

ejsts of Mr. and ''Mrs. R.pram B. '
a in Jacksonville ___
v and Mrs Paul Nugenl U. S.Choice Lamb 4-lb. CAN ,99 t. s"iiTkBologna: 11oLPkg, 391
;rand family returned re- -Otambh6r Sh'ldM. lb,69 $
y, from a week's visit to
frYork State. While then Boneless, .lean, delicious. FRESH BOSTON BUTTS .
visited Mr. and Mrs Car S. 9toioe Lomb U. S. Choice Lamb Ready to serve for quick i k R oast LB 3 9 I .
'r;(.Nugent in Bridgeport Mli holiday meals. A thoughtful J Por e e
[Mrs. Carroll Nugent Jii Uii 1b.9SSh'ld Roast ,39'U. gift for busy friends.
i 'family in 'East Syracuse Serve hot or cold. Ideal SUPERBRAND

iy,:and'Mrs.. Ted Nugen and S., Choice Lomb U. S. Choicei& for sandwiches or cold Ch 1-Lb. Cup 19
y. and Mr.. and Mrs. Gorn J91 Lamb Breast J9' plates l : Keep one on.hand Cott eese
.Nugent and' family.in Chops ; ....for quick, delicious meals.

i. <- Ground Lamb Ib. 39 V ....1111 ..:
,-lnXiverpool: l. Mr and Mrs jI Ij. r r L;
COLONIAL BRAND CUT-UP Stewing or- Baking _
and family in .
_. 50 Free%VC Green Stamps .
!Innont;. and Mr. and Mrs. .":: .__ _. .. <
.lUanr Van Dyke and family ,sp.ErOJAt.; : '
i Bridgeport.Ur. ,>3 ANY TWO READY TO sER Y t ,
: l6
-'.and, Mrs.'N. C. Matt Palmeiio Farms Salads
rP Sunday guests of Mr g F GOOD THRU DECEMBER 6TH
4t Mrs.. C. H.: Layfield irilnesville. QUICK FROZEN i1 z AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
., .
>Ve''Demonstrationnb ayonnaise i
,,:Meets dR*
The Home Demonstration I 3; Fresh Fancy SWEET
ib met!'Wednesday. at the .
mmunity Center- and- elect- t .
lofficers for the' 'coming ( I' I qqart. :rj CO RNII

>lr: They are: President- it: ',Sore 241 tI ."' ,i .
ri.!s ,Iva .Douglas; vice Ares ALL GRINDS 1$1. Pr :
lit, Mrs... Lottie Edwards;; f .
cretary.-'Mrs.; T. W..,Markey! ;; Coffee / U .'
Astor Limit one fch $5.00 food order
doi treasurer, 'Mrs. Dave I r. ., >
-een. They 'also made plans
r? their Christmas ,program I -
"',party to be held Dee:,19, : -mmm_ 4

tts, Auxiliary Meets I
l-Ib. .
can ,I ear
The, ',Junior and' Intermedi-: 'r.; : '. f?.} i '
Girl's Auxiliary 'held a Save 16* : '
e have 100 :
tint at the home of Miss G NitsQ.i'kS1 )
tty :Bigham .Saturday.' At .1 19x jI74 I ,

on the girls enjoyed a bas VACUUM> PACKED ,\ Save 18* DARLING Long Grain f E
t-lunch. Mrs.:L'.-L;; Dyal, G ,
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"Counselor, 'met. with the .., 1lB. 49ij RiceTHRIFTY 3 LB,,3.51. : z When Winn-Dixie Corn is' picked ir* fro* ..
: t ice
., ; 4 Folgers CAN PKG mediately) submerged in refrigerated
water right in the field. Keep corn
.liiay Party MAID! Evaporated .
Limit with$5.00 food order. Winn-Dixie literally shower ,
one it sweet
hiss Bigham a :
Patty gave : ,
irty'at her home recently for : .. Milk I TALL CAN. 1 Ol the corn with ice and rushes it to the store. ., ,
(Sara 3* Ea.)
jidy.the Gainey.'Thanksgtv1ngi who was. lidays.home ".....L' DEEP SOUTH Crop Sow,10* .
teen guests''enjoyed,game. 2. 3 9i .Virginia Wmesap All Purpose Fresh, Sweet, Juicy Florida
freshments, and 'dancing '., Lb.Jar 18.
BGt .. 5-G49 Oranges G39
_... i Orange-Grapefruit Apples

NOTICE TO APPEAR, ':' ; % JuiceDIXIE 46-a:. CAN 191.

::Thelma P. Pafe,, Defendant (Sore 10f HI-ACRES FROZEN FLORIDA.
hose address is ,318 Laural .f. ,.... :,.: r1 VAN CAMP Cornea 6-oL '
Street, Emporia Virginia;: .0: "<" rpNt
lYou are hereby notified that ,:S.P. QllL: G Qy Beef 12- x. CAN 39" Orange JUice 6 Cans 75"
(jsult for dlvorce'baa.been. filed ,. .. '-.--- 5 (Save 10*)
jalnet 'you bt Dennis V. Pate i
Jai1)Utt. la the Circuit ,Court,, !W. \ LIBBY'S Yellow Cling No.2Vi Con
(Bradford County, Florida* In 'WHITE and ASSORTED COLORS V Apple, Cherry, Peach, Coconut Mince Meat, Pumpkin '
.al d.you are"required Pea hes 2.51.MORTON :
.J nerve a copy of, your, answer: I 3 FamilySize 1.
to the;Ce m-; 'S tTe F ruit Pies ;
i lint other on pleading the Plaintiffs atto ,. CO Issue LIBBY'S C. S. or W. K. Golden .

id Sr"' the S.1S7.L.the Scrujgi,Gainesville original, Post in Florida the Office of.ke -, t Corn 1 CANS 303 2.91. MORTON FROZEN Chicken, Beef, Turkey, Ham, Meat Loaf, Salisbury Steak .:'

of, the Clerk of the Circuit JOAN OF ARC Red Kidney 300 Cans -
SSrtat.. Starke,' Florida;, onJ I r Dinners 2 FOR 19 #-

"CHARLES J before, the 18th.A..,day DABBT. of' De-, \ save 4Ys I I Beans 2 25 i Meat :

i c'-Clerk..of the Circuit Court, Eoch
I' Connty Florida L '
Bradford -

"I";*By 4t 1M8 Marian, ,. L.Deputy Crolby., Clerk Sr I with food order. _..._ VA&_..... :

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_ By OwnerPinehurst Subdivision I; I ASTOR PURE VEGETABLE % WHITE or BLUE ARROW :

' Block Home, 3 spernlAi.: :

irport Brooms( crete &'& Utility Florida Room.Room, FRESH FLORIDA Shortening I I DOLE' -" HAWAIIAN___._. ...c ,,' \ 1 Detergent % i:6i

"F. H. A. Approved, ," Superbrand Grade "A" Large I I'
Small Down Payment. : V : Pineapple Juice I 'I giant box .
Street 3-ib. can I ,
717 W. ,Cypress E GG S I
Phone 964-3544 I Save 10* '
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V 46-OZ. I DETERGENT Save 20 ::

;jV'ILLIAMSt'JEWELlY,. *7DOZ C 'POLYUNSATURATEO\ Crisco CJ rR,N 6911 l ', can JFab Giant Box 59jij ','

' Limit one with $5.00 food oroe ,:
._,_ Limit one with $5.00 food order Save 8, # # 6

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f' Mrs Lawtey Crews and ville Saturday. :

4 apg }1, Mrs. Donald Conner Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Dobbs I :-r Citrus :Makes: A dure.pro If you confesso fail to will do be so a it decree Ted -- Bradford flr..q newspaper County,"published Florida. in As Clerk of the Circuit

RAIFORD urday.Mrs., were. in Gainesville Sat had as weekend guests Mr. SE[ ;VICE {VIEPj. Holiday-. Wreath!! manded against in you the for complaint.It the relief. de- WITNESS the Circuit my Court hand of as Brad.Clerkof I (CIRCOT ty Court,COURT Florida.of Bradford SEAL Coun

_'_ _L_' _L_ Allen Price accompanied and:! Mrs. Marvin DObbs "and f AAT WOMEN i is hereby ordered that this ford County, Florida, and the HOLLIS V.: KNIGHTAttorney )
bahv of Lakeland.Mr. ; order and notice shall be pub- seal of said Court at Starke,I for Plaintiff

,a Our pastor, (Bro:;:Price, Js Jacksonville Mrs. Clarence last McCormackto Saturday.. and Mrs. Tdmmy 'Ben-j I I I lished once a week for four Bradford County Florida on the I I I Drawer F
leaving us ja \. 6- He has been' nptt of .Tftricsonviile v*::itpd consecutive weeks in Bradford 9th day of November 1962. Starke, Florida
While I
there they visited Mrs.i iMcConna CHARLES A. DARBY 11-15 4t 1Z-6
called to the church At Bran- k's daughter, Mrs.I ISnellgrove. Mrs: Ada Kelly and Mrs.Belle 1 i Vby County Telegraph a duly quaIl- ---- -

ford. We will miss ;,him. .and, MrCormlck Rundav. ," '"' .. _. ,_n ._
his wonderful family po and wish Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wade Mr. and Mrs: Jovce -Carl-: I .... '" ._ _...."...""' ..,....,.,..._..- : y .-

,. them a lot of happiness and of Ratford had as Sundayguests ton .of Palatkft are the proud -y' "" .'''' ..
success. narents of II baby 'bov. -Mrs. S .>QF y
their children
Mr. and
Friends oj Jimmle Thorn- Mrs Hearvy Lenox and little Canton ;.je: :: .the former- Joyce
ton will regiet, to learn that daughter D *tlsor' 'R iforrl.- fie.
Debbie their k'
; .son, M. ix t t: y u
he is a patient in Doctors Milton Wade of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs: Theodore. Roster y j ; r _Q 1
Hospital in Btarke.Mr. : had as weekend srt)p::ts J
and Mr. and Mrs. Walter
and Mrs. Clarence McCormack Withey of 'High,Springs. their son$in-Iaw and :-dauffh- Ad y 1 RrV
of Panama The ter. Mr. anal Mrs Cecil Addi- I t
; City and Raifqrd Baptist WMUatuafed : r: I
their two grandchildren, Jeffrey !- the Mission Book:New son Jr.. of Lake City. 1y xs + A
1 Mrs. Earl Dobbs : ; V
arrnmtntar. -
Frontiers An "
and Connie !Pd bpr son-In-law-and.d1mcrh- x ate py
Allen Price family, :Friday Raiford Baptist Church is
Mr. and Mrs. Don New-
through Monday. obsmiQg the"Week of Prayerfor ;a
mans of Starke, to Jacksonvilte -
Foreign Missienfduring, '.
A t the reek Dec. 3-7, with meet test Friday.Olenda Your Christmas wreath is probably the first thing to greet the
WAllace who i is em- eye of a.visitor.entering home
each your during the holidays. Be' 4.
.flies day In the homes or
gloved iginal and make your own beautiful '
by Prudential Insurance wreath using citrus and other
for prayer. small fruits of nature instead of the
-Co. in Jacksonville. spent greens. The wreath is
Mrs. ;Nancy Thornton had x named Della-Bohbia after the famous Italian Renaissance
'* :the.weekend vtf th her narents. tor, Andrea fell Robbia, who favored sculp* h .
as Sunday guests Mr:and Mrs! : round forms in his works. .. v
'62 4 DoorClassic' Howard Jacksonville Lang, land and children.L1 n day of Mr.Miss and Wfinda Mrs. Elmer Andrews Wallace.and > ,florist stY The Ofo.aJp shop.Della wreath Picture fiobbia'shapes the wreath at is fiye-and-ten-cent easy and fun.to stores make'or: You'll your local find j, AT YOUR (CHEVROLET -'DEHLER'S '63 Clierv n\v ora 400 Station traon{

Wendle Ja kson of Lake But- x color harmony in an assortment of citrus '
Rambler Thornton" of Lakeland. ler were united in marriage fruit-fruits fruits--goiden oranges, deep-orange tangerines and yellow grape i, NE-STOP' SHOPPING CENTERIf
W Like New Mrs., Bessie Sai> has I Ct r. associated with the'Christmas season and now
P as bv Rev. Allen, Price last Sat- # in excellent from
weekend tUes ,__. .._. .._ supply! Florida. Attach the fruits to the siyrpfoam .
$1795 children; urday afternoon in the Rai 'n > using wire or Ii cleaners, toothpicks and skewers.. Fill in you'd like to see how your car dollar keep. '63 Corvair: The rear-engit.e;+

GATEWAY 'Mr.Clearwater.and Mrs. Cecil Sapp, of ford Baptist Church. Army Pvt: Daniell Potts, then the spaces finish with with a small generous fruits red such or as kumquats velvet or lady apples, can be tailored to your needs,your Chevrolet wonder for people who like their sport

CHEVROLET Friends 'of- Mrs. R. Dennison son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas green bow and stream dealer has four entirely 'different with the family along. Then there's our
M. ers.Hang
Get Ready for College and W. Potts, who live in Keystone your Delia "Robbia wreath kinds that
b on a door dr wall or place it of cars do it handily. Jetallout sports car-the new Correttf Sting
L'I'E s .will regret to learn of herillness. School- Mark your Clothes Heights, recently completed lend over a tEe lavish fireplace touch mantle to for everyone to see'. The wreath'will smooth '63 Chevrolet: It's a luxury car Kay: It's completely restyled i and re-
your house throughout '
to With Name' Rubber Stamp. the four-week airborne courseat To make your Delia, Robbia wreath you'll need:: 'holiday week. that invites comparison with engineered, and now a'ailthehighpricedcars.63ChevU -
Mr. and The Infantry School, Port
Mrs. Don '
ez| Order N w. Bradford County able in convertible
oranges Styrofoam or sport
Benning, Ga. Potts received wreath shape .
daughfer'were In Gaines TELEGRAPH, Florida tangerines Red or velvet II: Really much too snappy Whatever
instruction parachuting' and Florida grapefruit 3 or 4 green inches wide ribbon, i i.:.._ __.i __:_:._.1 L_ t_ coupe. ,n your, new
L the techniques of airdroppingtroops Kumquats (optional) Florist JUVAUlg aim spinteu to oe car tancy you-'ll lind- the

rSanta's. r' : I and c$fio. The 17yearold I&dyfcpple* Toothpicks wire, 6-inch or pipecleaners metal called a thriftcar. sparing Keeps Going Great!I answer at your (he\ t"OIt'1* I

';: Helpers Always W 4.-. I soldier entered the Army Small green leaves skewers is wHat it is.jn price and up- "" dealer's.

x in May 1962 and completed Scissors. i
,I'I basic training at-Port Gordon, -- !i I ="

I Ii i I'I Ga. He attended Keystone II I jt

BARKSDALS I. Heights.High School and tans Force exercise, which pitted I I
r employed by Candy's Gulf combat commands the 2nd .IJT
Station before entering-"tbe i Armored Division against'Bri. THE EIGHTIf< JUDICIAL : .
6I 4Choose CIRCUIT '. I .I- "
., Your Christmas I Army I gades'in the 1st Armored. Fort t AND FOR BRADFORD FLORIDA COUXTY IN-I, x 1. lii
Store Hood is the ..largest armored Iff CIU CERY. MORT- "

For d Pr I I Sgt. Ben McDougald Jr., I training center in the world. X cacti. 13155.Institute FORECLOSURE.. CASE ""............ .. ..... ""...

: son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben'Mc for Essential "... .. ...-....
FREE iFT WRAPPING :1 Dougald of Starke, is :!serving I .SHE RIGHT+TOrNT'WUaway Housing"Plaintiff.Inc., a corporation, I

Really Pretty Too as a fire team leader in Co. ?on write..&a In aM T8-
) B, 2nd Battalion S46th Infantry ,
I -
select your favorite ESTE&CROOK Norr..aGertrude: Brown and. MM4 ?!
FREE -COMICS FOR 1st Armored Div-, Fort Geraldine Marie Blount, y b
KIDDIES Fountain fen. TELE each single,
"'" i Hood, Texas. He recently par- GRAPH, 'f 'Defendants.NOTICE .

.t ticipated in a joint Army-Air OF SUIT ,

Here's -how to thrill In The Name of the State ofi I .Py Vi''
your Florida: To .Norma Gertrude NFir
rAnnONEW AND Brown and Geraldine Marie'
R'I Blount, each single; '-
I s Christmas i -You and each of.you are here '63 Chevrolet Impala Coupe T '<6/ Corratr .\loti.:.. ('rub Coupe l .

t: EaRn 0 USEDFurniture by has notified-been' brought that a suit by Inequity Institute, ::'t<,, ;;.:iioit'.oJ ":- j't', .r.o.>>-....'" -..,--,,' ..:..:;...,,- .;o1 ;;, .......,,- _, ,_ .

Visit our Santa Post Office-and 'select l t brie for corporation.Essential, as Housing plaintiff, ,Inc.in ,the a'' aww- 'FI.-". ,- ,. ..."""o'i""lwl= nf ., .I!-V: n 7 .
t Christmas Circuit Court of Bradford Coun, F.rsex- c .,.. .. Jr r. wrrrbr..arw. + :.i: ;:;:'!: J': ,
of our gay, colorful letters:and enve'lopes, J w1w=+ ty Florida, in Chancery, against =(; :=e er.a.as etaFdW- l4 ., """ "
you and each 1i. F.- .
FREE! Mail the fetters you choose in our ; in the of above you as court defendants U __""" _lor "_--41 '. ,.f -, < :. ... -'" .. '''_ Vr ..,.if r I 0141
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n cause to foreclose a y : '; ;
r mort-l .
special mail box 'and will!1! i't l1 """ .J< -.J. .II. n di" I
we have them ; gage given by you to plaintiff; 41 .....----v _

sent from the famous Santa ClatisbPost' ; I Book recorded 20 at in Pages Official 403-4Q4)Records of the =-..-' .;:Y.------t. "-:"''._ ,. __. _. ,___-...,,___=_
Public Records of said Bradford
", Office jn Santa./.craus Indiana.. The. 'spe- t f fa I County, upon the following- ".."
cfar child irf decribed property situate in !
your life will be 'I '
I. delighted said county, to-wit: "s" .+" -

with this positive proof that 'there is J I I The South J32 'teet of E& "'"' _
a J ;6f SWi/4 of INW% of NEB i:;:': : fl -.
a. Santa Claus. x of Section 34, Township 5, ..,. '
I I South, Range 22 East, together -
I with its tenements
Dp:come In and i iII 2 PiECELiving and appurtenances' = '
r select an enchanting f r+r t: -tiir+ld+iwtt
,4 letter for the children.:This a i r { II I. and ordered you are and hereby summonsed, & "*' v 'W--- ......-......,_.... ..,I"IY.H.I:
complimentary required to file S }+l rrssr r+srw.N=*s
\ written | HPL.-'t. ."
i your answer or defenses "' ___
.. offer Is our Way of saying Merry ;I I V VV 'Room'Suite i iI I to the complaint filed herein j, I

Christmas_ to children of all ages. : .: ..,._,..., i vh. I I Clerk against of you said in Circuit the office"Court of the in i i I ___...See.._u_ four__ _entirety_, different_n_ .Kinds....._ of cars at your Chevrolet dealer's showroom. _
: i ... the County Court House at

a We Want To I Y Jfylon Coyered- ;!'Starke the 17th, Florida day of,, December on or ,before 1962
Help Santa Pack His
Bag land to serve a copy of such answer -
i or defenses upon bills V. GATEWAY 'CHEVROLET INC.
With i
... These Money-Saving Prices -e only $98.00 herein Knight,,whose plaintiff's address is attorney P. O. ,

; 1 Drawer F Starke ,Florida, on or
before, said date, as required by U. S. 301 (NORTH) STARKE, FLA. PHONE 964-3900
t the laws of Florida and the,
Florida Rules of' Civil
Proce- ;;"

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Selection r ',Bachelor, 'J :. I If. Ai AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO. !

.. t of Famous .1 Girl Suites I I ,J, ,
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Names In -.With.6-Inch'Foam i : -

.Sweaters HoseSeamless 4'G {7 Mattress&PIECE I, .BRAKES 1 Crane Motor Co. CONCRETE PRODUCTS MOVER\

Fer Every ear 01 Truck Authorized Sales &: Service

,. : :. 2 :PAIR Turning m Grinding -:_Belining "Complete Service flflakes" All Edwards Building AND LONG

1 Shirts For : SUITESUITE While You Wait I 506 E. University! Ave Supply>, Inc. Storage DISTANCE And MOVING Crating
till S. Italia 1lleFB I
Qatuely .
I Ionly$140 t FB 24251uainesville. 726 s. 'i.lain FR 2-4844 GainesviUe FB M2Z4|

i2 v'V :i .2-9829 I II I PU Gainesville Fla. .

Sales Service
,. I Tarts Sewing Machine
II Electric
I Bu flel' s Radiator Miller-Brown
I MotorsInc.
: "- ...\' ,, I Repair Co. Service Co.
: I Service ,
-- New Platform Rocker 13.95 i r af, zt"))I !era Cores la Stock f'Rs: % OF GAINESVILLE. INC. New Horn WUto

4 Repairs AH\Cars. Trucka 1020 E. .University Art. COMPLETE ELECTRICMOTOR N eec 1 Pfatt
,Regular $1:00: CLIPPERSFor I 'j N&fotsaI XmQer"' Rental I Gainesville i Sales & Service
< I II 519 8. W. 4th Ave.,fi.meayilb : I
I I It SALES AND SERVICE Repairs 'On All BljJua
r i i t I .'11'1o4M'. B & G Motors.Co. "I). of 815 W. Univ. Ave,. O ntrVSDt|

UNDERWFAR Everyone w r; : :R' : Tire SXIES& SERVICE CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE New Lincoln Moton" 1761016flOOFING -

Men .and f"Hii& f I.'i 'D1'1tUL> ..: F85 HILLMAN FB 2-8318
Boys S ._,,1 CHRYSLER Sales and Service 1 1030 8 Main. Gainesville
'doz i RlVeriDl i
Shorts j/2 $3.50 : 1 PLYMOUTH VALIANT "
toGirls ; w : Authorized fialea _'P&rta2en1ce 12th. Rt. 441 The Helzel Co.
$1 99
$4:99 FR 6,7515 ,
Johnson & Paris

Tits JZJ id' 0A'.S-O'r 1 -9X; 1lOoly; S A 95 I tlJawesPowerli DODGE, SlllCA- LANCER I Inc.Complete ,, SHEET AIR OONDITIONTNa METAL

;& Ladies "Motor Co. Line of 'No Job Too Large Or Too'&
: i rFR Sales Parts Service SEEDSPLANTS- ,202 S. E. 4th St. GJ
U-Suits doz '$ t Used':Dinette Sets Dre&ser, >> and IfII II I :45U USED CABS TOO FERTILIZERS FB 2-HSl
\ $3.0999cto$4S9 : .,
i : l! ,Z4! N. MaIn; GainesvilleUwd ,Poole-Gable MotorsU9 Insecticides -Pet Supplies

-. -- ", Oil Hea ers > Most Everything.;You -. .Can 312 N.Mat S. E. 1st. Ave. GainesviUe We Rent Fertilizer gelid ere' VACUUM CLEANERS

.... Need Come .Out and Save Money. On FBIJ4MAUTO FB 24MSAutomatic : 224 N. W. *th Aft.FB .

Hundreds of Practical :Gifts' For Every Our'Christmas Specials I Ir, SALES_ &SERVICE. _. : Transmissions 2.1471Gainesville.. Fla .'If All It Needs Alaket Repairs Of r.--...'

Member'tol the Family Come See. LINCOLN- --MEECTJBI+ ONE DAY SERVICE Bring In To' zti
j ,NEW &
rarr .S Bargain Center Authorized Sales Service. AND EXCHANGE Kirby Distribute*1

'B rk wda1e l ly1 MILES,SOUTH ,ON uS. aOl- I I! ,Tnliud.Meehanla. ', !Parts Ckod Gator Automatic Gainesville's Most FaaMonibli Kirby
Used Cut Transmission'Service
I ; S New Telephone No. 96.t3231PLEl"TY.OR I I INC. DRESSES Address- SUITS For Ladies COATS Sales.. & Service

: GOOD PARKING SPACE jBarkley Motors
", o. ,- I : 19_SE 2nd Place (next to P. O.; ACCESSORIES 12 8. W
-- ._, ._, V Ga.ID&
ills K Gainesville
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1 .Y.9YYYYYY YTYTTTT.T'I Friday aftexnoon.Mr. : 1 birthday cake came up with they returned home. to Colum- nis [Boosher] Mosely is getting.'; suIts of this hunt. I '
.. I ;:and-Mrs. F; L. Roberts ice cream for dessert.Don't biai'O lo.'Tuesd. y. .1 along fine at the present. Our Sunday School attendance : < <

!...... ... '. III....' I L.A'T'E\, '"or'. 'Ja'- 1fsnnvllle were'visiting!, forget thePar nt- Highland'Items f Mn and. Mrs. Denver Godwin for last Sunday was. i
....I.r#' Melvin-.Preseott.was. admitted California [Denver is' reallylow.! Wonder if the
< Mr., and tyrs, John..Ty.e\and. '. Teacher Association ,will meet ;
/ Kft( OTHER. ,, GIFT t! t: nj'Enh BlanctiardfMrTiftB children Fridiv and- Saturday' Tuesday Dec. 11, in the-school 't therlfospltaivlast: : "week a native of Maxvilfel visited i! folks had gone deer [dear] IG' I
cafeteria. A large attendance "May Bell Norman,has been with us in the Highland hunting, were all sick, or just Jewelry !
l tt Iff f a Mrs. G- L. .Pete-rsonof. Jack' ; '
4. L .IbA111..1 aI Li. Is; expected. in bed sicfc for"i'tie past \veek.! church Sunday m'o r n i ng.:: slept too late to get to Sunday -
is soiit rigM. 50Pv511e.: ;St.1ont "Thursday and '
I 'BartKloW< and''F1ane t with thV-R. .E. ..LesiMr church Announcements. Eugene.Austin 'ana s baby; Needless to say they were wel-!I' School? Anyway, we had ,
** Mr.and! Mrs; Ray Jfugen anda11ghter. I family Grace Methodist: Church Daughter are both on the sicklist. come, and among old friends.1 33 100 per cent members; and "

I' for Christmas! of Mlddleborg were t j i"iiI1Q t>..>> nrWjiJdsnn '- -'lter i School, 9:45: a.m.Morning -- i Our pastor. Rev. George the Prisvary boys and girls 109 E. Cal|' Sh :.
\\i '.?- visiting Mrs. Mae Wells, and T! <*" '- 'ndav i Worship, il a.m. Evening Ser- Those dischar.ged: ., rom the Chism. iuiormecl. us Sundaythat : won the banner: with a grade
1 Mr.. and Mrs. A. H. Harley last I.worn their{ daughter. -Mra.; 'CeHI -* |!. vice,.. 7:30: p.m. MYF each hospital the last-.w; k'are he'shot and kited hu> I.' of 3& per csnt. The Training STARKB'S LEADING)

t Gvvecw Friday DihJ. and! children. They,I Wednesday, 8 p.m..The usual Lon Piescctt' CharicsTMosley" first deer in eight years. He :: Union had a few: more present r JEWELER
\ Mrs.. Pearl Whitnell returned alcn visits other relatives. i first .Sunday fellowshipdinnerwas i and Mrs; Ruth Marr's sister. is the than the Sunday before, but i I
one proud man over re-
I- d tjJ: / i to her home in DeLand :M''e flenr'i"n.rIP 'Gann Is'! enjoyed Sunday. night j Richard Hosier's father, Den- not enough to be proud of!1O WHERE. YOUR. ,
J I, Saturday! after spending :h a: .n 'I'I:.'. I1 .prior 'to services. 1{ "
V sevf f v1m r ""11. "" 1rney i -
V"flVI'WUVfM. '' I. eral days with her:sISter, Mrs. ant. family In Jarksormlip.Mrapd I Fi-rst :Baptist: Sunday School!I j CREDIT

bcrb'.G AmS.1Iace 1m \ George Roberts: ; Mrs;, .ijaroj.d{ Norman :-t' 10 a.m. Morning Worship'. Ill ar's I
I \ 'Clyde Wainwright of, ..Bar- ?'T\4? sort; ,, ?mh Mr.,"-andt!"a.m. Training Union 6:30: p.J j' FIRST CHRfSThiAS JEWELRY IS GOOD WITH
Your 600bfIre'hat many fin* ;
tditioru tffectio 'tow visited-Mr. and Mrs. H, C. Mrs. Richard' Carter 'visitedMr.andMrer.Leon'Norman m- Evening Service 730: p.m..
far your I Wainwright. and family over in1] Prayer. Meeting each Wednes- '!;I i
. 4 No Carrying Charge Qr Interest
day, 7:30
the weekend. : Miami! Friday; to Sunday;I p.m.i.ri..VY..r..rt j ; i
Mr. and ,Mrs: BilL Reid and Then attpnrlpd! the FJwida- I I GIFTS I
\w. ',, "- sons of Jacksonville visited! Miami Football\ game 'Saturday .
\ Honesty-Integrity-Seryice
Mrs. Effie. Miner Sunday'."' niffrtt.s, .
.BJUIMGTON'S) Bill'C. Wainwright of Atlanta -1 Mrs. >'O- J. Phillips has rp-i I CLAY HILL ; wfPl

i *. .:. f. spent the, weekend'with his, turned !hnmeafter'a.visLtwithher : : I + Yf d t + ri Cultured Pearls
parents Mr.. and Mrs. Truby. fon-in-laW./and. daughter. By Mrs J. L. Strickland i .,.
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10.1V.. CALL ST. L. Wainwright. L.. L. Wainwright Mr. and ),{I*- Fate.Redd. Her I t..wuiu.wiuiAA
grandson Felman Read, accompanied I / \< | u ;< Pendants $1.50 up
1 of Tallahassee. I
V. h rand snent the Nellie Wilkinson seems to be '2'Jh
ill, week Coleman Phillips'and and .X / Cultured Pearl
feeling much better she i .; ) :
& G .
; family were Sunday visitors and Buddie were able to attend W CHAR1\'I < i

D & VI AUTO SUPPLY k I L; in the Phillips' home, church with us at Highland :I '' t Bracelets 2.50 up
f Mr. and'Mrs. Richard Ches- Sunday morning.Our I
,I ser are moving to Ocala where last .report from the: Quilted R.'tb :
State Rd; 16 BetweenChurch and Cherry Sts. : e s /L1
I : he has employment. Rev. Clarence Knight !& that : / 'Y Diamond Pendants Only 15,95
STARKE, FLA. I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley he hopes to, come home this: ,-;; feBulovas
Phones961.44U.964.5891 ; and Mr. and Mrs: J. T. Reddish -' week has improved very much: lyfons( fleeces and acetates extrava f Diamond Twin Heart,Rings 15,95
trimmed with rich lace A.y
Owners ; were; visiting Mr. and in the last week or so. It may : 1antly. nylon 99
't Mrs. Ralph Higsinbotham i in be some time before 'he is Ila/ mly quilted for those colaV.wintermornings."Beautiful \' ''
D., R. "Doc" Derrick Chessie M.: Devrick. : Bryceville Sunday: able to assume his duties at solid colors and > :F rr xl

Joyce I.. WardAutomotive ( : r -Marvin-Warren of,Jacksonville .1 the Clay Hill. Church:, but it' attractive print patterns. Sizes 10 to

j : ] was a Saturday visitor will be good to be home. We ,I 20 ,
: of Mr..: and Mrs. J. E. Warren -j ?
are all looking forward to see-
I Other 4.99 to 8.99WOMEN'S \
farts Supplies I ing him again. __
: M. Nortliside' Baptist. Church The youngest son Glen of .a A ic. a .ra
held their. Homecoming last Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wilkinson 4 I -

AUTOMOTIVE: MACHINE SHOP WORK. : Sunday. Rev: Raymond' Car- of Clay Hill, suffered a collapse -: t BEAUTIFUL GIFTswvs. $24.95 up. \
I tr of In.terlachen was amqng
'EQUIPMENT -) PAINTS'TOOLS of the respiratory organs j
t- the many visitors! from other and required artificial respir-I
churches ,
ation for some time, was El ins 19.95 upWylera.
Boats Motors Mrs. Susie Norman and 'rushed, to the hospital\ where .
\ .Trailers i Fishing Tackle : Long sleeve- cardigan and pullover n -r rC
--- I IJebhtePhillips$; of-Jack- he was Jruanoxygen,i tent'I ?P ., ... llO.short! sleeve pull. k5 s
Gin Christmas- Gifts:that nil: be, appreciated ", sonville. :ha.ve. been. visiting, for about '24"' hours. Glad to '' iY overs.knits hand Deep stitched knit bulkies look. smooth.Wools, 399 ilers 2.99. $19,95 up s c I .l
Shakespeare J Rods andi' Reels Mrs..Lula Norman.They also I say he has, l' recovered .and is ; Qfloos: and Ban-Lons. Sizes 32-43:, to 5.99
Wa.ter ljusSki. -
visited their i sister; Mrs. Car. -
at.home again. He hadn't been 1 i e; r !
Belts tool'Sets. 1 17 Jewel-Shock-Resist
sit Norman,, who is confined ;
sick didn'tfeveiv seem to have 1-------!
... r ,, ant With Expansion
in Bradford County Hospitalin
Wcuiake-.this, any cold: sq, it seems., these,
opportunity to all our- customers "
knawvihal.we.sincerelyappreciate.. [. Stark'e.1!: : \ things, can happen without ; GIRLS' SPARKLING NEW / Band. >?7.r
your patronage A'happy affair Monday' was %
and welcome your suggestions as to how we can warning HOLIDAY .;1 "Black Shield"
I a surprise; party for John Lee Frank and Ada Fier ran in ONLY $225SPEIDEL
serve; you better. .
I given by his mother, Mrs. R.i again to tell us "Howdy" on '
This business is. 100% locally owned and all our empjoyees E:'Lee, on his twelfth birth- their way to the scrub to try
) are JpcaJ people. .. ,. ., :: \ | to' find that deer they have ? DRESSES
Twelve of
\" day. C -7\-\ N WATCH% BANDS i ik
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roasted weinersl. The been looking for and 'beforeI

.; 1,99 toN 599 "k.t.!: IJI J: B. Watch Bands

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'IJ. Bellevance Bands
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-, 1; ',1 '"PKx Choose from charming cottons, Da- ''i \z I .

r .. crons and sheers many new I t,\ ri =
+ .; styles to make I
t: ; ; r' the girls look so : \ Ladies Y
Sb '' ,; pretty. Solid colors, prints and i,
: H This Year It's : ,,, ; : novelty patterns. Sizes 1 to 3, 3 4 t\ I' and ,
0 .. ,..'. ;;l to 6x, 7 to 14. : ,: GentsBILL

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Rally iR ound The Punch Bowl o'clock PJI., on Tuesday December nals on front, four- pee4
write. Come In and
way you
Home Demonstration -- .._-- li. 196%. at which time transmission color: "Om.
J;; select your favorite ESTER- and place all bids received will aha orange."
.. BULLINGTON.S BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE be publicly opened and read a- One 1948 two-ton FonT
lt1fa: Notesby GRAPH. loud on the folowing: truck with cab & chassis
ONE 1963 Rating two-ton, to trade in.
r #$ j:1.: + z NOTICE TO DEFEND six cylinder engine truck The said City Council reserr
1c DOROTHY ROSS ,. iv CIRCUIT COURT BRAD- with H.P. rating not lessthan es the right to accept or reject
\ Home Demonstration FORD COUNTY: FLORIDA' 140 and not more any or all bids.
Ia I ;;f'N Agent CHANCERY.. than 155 Cab and chassis, City Council of City of-

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"December is the year's I example, permit storage of a Plaintiff 825x20 10-ply tires & Tubes : Merrill Edwards,
hourglass through which the variety of household items. Patricia vs. Dlann Cam Thomas No. 13-174 two speed axle, power City Clerk

smallest day must pass, and Ready-made step shelvescan $ Defendant, take-off, with recirculat- 11-29 3t 12.13flji4
f with the setting of the sun on be installed m the unused J PriN NOTICE TO APPEARTo .
e Patricia Diann Thomas,
that short day, a year is done. space in storage cupboards.
whose residence and address is: : ,
Then time extends a gracious Seldom-used articles shouldbe UNKNOWN
t hand, upturns the glass which In the back of the closet. $ at You are hereby notified thata
." holds the sand; and a new But items that will be neededas w. e suit for Divorce, care, custodyand (
control of minor child has
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} < ;; h' ': I Green, Starke Florida and
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jjjfnfie' ";Mf.'''*Y/ ::: :'''''y{ have no place, what do you do To pep up the appearanceof warm..the heart more than a "party rally 'round the punch before the 31 day of December, i
.' :''MI UQ tP-' 'X":i g'#t.7 OUR.R'Vf with your seasonal garments, the storage spaces, consider bowl.. The theme for your party can take its name from an out. 1962; otherwise the allegationsof I SALE! PRE CHRISTMAS SALE!
takenas -
standing wine-punch gaining wide popularity said Complaint wlU be
blankets, and the like? new doors. Folding doors throughout the
tuture'1- I. Pink confessed by
the country. Gold punch, made of a brilliant, lively carbonated you.
: Many homes, both old and give easy entrance and take Roselle wine,.with maraschino cherries, poured over a star ice This notice shall be publishedonce
ttPPa..t! new, need storage space. Three up less room than a conven- mold, can set the stage for your own festival of food gifts for each week for four BRADFORD con. "
1. secutive weeks in the
; question arise when consider- tional door.Accordion. f"*'5ts this season COUNTY TELEGRAPH Boys and Girls

.<-. I ing the storage problem. doors are useful, Pink Gold Punch Bowl Dated this 25 day of Novem- ;II
Y J" ':: i 1. Are you making the best for they fold compactly to one 2 bottles Pink Gold Star Ice Mold ber. 1963CHARLES
.. ':: 1.4-'!\ .. a.>ic'i' use of what you have? side when not in use, or one (carbonated Lake Roselle Maraschino Cherries Clerk of the Circuit A. DARBY.Court i|i I SWEATERS
J j <. :1t I Ir.11._br...: 2. Do you really need every- may employ the louvered ) Dy Marian I* Crosby'
If 1 ...... /1 .I'o make star mold about % inch Deputy Clerk ,
4 : i flATUIl LOCI t thing you're storing? doors, very good in Florida because pour water into bottom of
-. > ,- li- : mold. Freeze firm, arrange maraschino cherries around of (SEAL) Boys Sizes
.. "'oW'''''' 3. How can you improve on they bring air into closets edge GREEN & GREEN '
,' mold, pour in small amount of water, being careful not to dis.
r the storage space you have? and cupboards. turb cherries. Freeze firm. Fill mold with water and freeze firm. Starke, Florida 1 to 8
Space is most useful whenit Remember that you will do Unmold just before serving into punch bowl with cherry side up. 11-29 4t 12-20 ,
&: F-- can be changed in shape or yourself a good turn if you Pour Pink Gold over ice mold just before serving. Serves 12. Girls Sizes
:, size. Adjustable shelves, for part with unneeded items Good companions with Pink Gold punch are cheese and crackers CALL FOR BIDS I '
cakes and r-v-Iries, nuts or thin cut sandwiches. One idea: Sealed bids will be received by I 1 to 14
thereby making room for
the City CouncH of the City of I
needed items Sherried Snowballs Starke. Florida. at the City Hall ,
,I' l COMPLETE Turkey-Half and 2 tablespoons cocoa 3 cups crushed vanilla I II
.. Quarter Roasts 1 cup confectioners' sugar wafers ((12 oz. package I Girls SLIM JIM SETS
% cup Widmer Neapolitan wafers)
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SEPTIC TANK Turkeys this year are again Sherry or Lake Niagara 1 cup broken pecans FOR SALE

.. I,. \ p'it' c plentiful and economical in I. 3 Wine -1 confectioners sugs> By OwnerIn ilIi Ii I Sizes 8-10-12-14

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turkey roasts give the econom- Sift cocoa and 1. cup confectioners-oar. Stir in wine combinE Concrete ,
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Your full mix thoroughly. Roll the mixture into small balls and
purchase dredge Cotton & Flannel
[1.] Preheat over to 325 de- with the % confectioners Carport & Utility Room.
prIce applied cup sugar. Makes 40. SLEEPERSSHIRTS
; Ward to. grees. [2.1 Rinse roast with F. H. A. Approved '
I higher Installations cold water; drain and pat Small Down Payment. I
11 RADIANT priced diamond LAUKA BAPTIST Convalescent Home service 3 6 Months
DIAMONDS dry. Skewer skin to meat a- 717 W. Cypress Street
:. Choice Of 14 K White Or ring at any tire CONCRETE CULVERT long cut edges to prevent CHURCH to 4 p.m. Evening Worship Phone 964.3544 I II Sizes 2-3-4 to 4 Years

'Yellow Gold PIPE shrinking from meat during Sun+ay' School, 9:45: am 7:30: p.m Wednesday night Starke I
roasting. Rub cavity of roast
Morning Worship. 11 a.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: o'clock

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frozen turkeys should be j
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104 W. CALL STREET : AMASON thawed slowly and never at .

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body wrap. Place on tray in I Attention To Your Car Is Our Busi-
refrigerator. Allow 1 to 3 days i,

for thawing.Prompt : WI
cooking of a fresh :,
or thawed turkey is preferable. ;

A thawed ready-to-cook or a :

fresh turkey can be kept for i
two to three days in a refrig-
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Load Load erator at 38 degrees or less. I
Upon Of Beautiful Christmas 1\Ierchandise-DoI1s-Toy .
Wrap bird loosely In foil or |; '
metic Sets-Tree Trimming Supplies-Jewelry And Gift Wrap moistureproof paper for refrigerator ,
pings.-Holiday Party Goods-Cards And Many, Many Other ''Items I storage. It is not cl<;

Too Numerous To.l\Ie-ntion-Come In And Shop Around. advisable to refreeze poultry.!Ii I

Cranberries for
The Holidays i i Ii Ii Iii

GIFT WRAP CHRISTMAS TREEORNAMENTS i Cranberries are another ,Ii Iii .
i plentiful food. Try using ;,i ii

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ASSORTMENT friends something different.

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.Regular $1.0066C C nice quick dessert.

5 l Cranberry Crunch .

1 cup quick oatmeal, one-
I third cup flour, 1 No. 2 can We Have All The Latest EquipmentFine <

i whole Cranberry sauce, few i

UP grains salt, one-half cup brown I Expert Professional Mechanics '
II i sugar, and one-fourth cup oleo;

or butter. I To Do.'The Job Right At Lowest Cost. :4
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Christmas. Snow 49c ter until mixture is course and : .
Spray Paint 69c If
We Can't
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Complete Assortment Of Tree Decorations I pan or an 8"cake pan. [4] I ::

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Large Assortment Tying Ribbons each I i bottom of pan. [51] Spread I
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INFANTS AND LITTLE GIRLS minutes at 350 degrees. ['7] : _

DRESSES Serve warm with whipped:
BOXED JEWELRY. 69c up $1.98 up whipped cream or ice cream.: AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION e MUFFLER & EXHAUST .

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Revival services will be held

I at the Northside Baptist I I No Job Too Small -- No Job Too Large
Church, Nov. 28 through Dec. :
:CHRISTMAS CARDS DOLLS I 2. Services begin at 7:30: pjn. i

i Dinner will be held on the I II .,
A BIG grounds on SUnday Dec. 2. :, The Most -
SELECTIONBIG i Your Authorized
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i( Evening Worship 7:30: p. m Service In .
UP Prayer meeting Wednesdayj ,

j 17:30 Hams p.m.-pastor.Rev. R. T. Wfl- ; Bradforde i J- MOTORS .le AndBradford


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in and
write. Come
way you 13, 19&!. at which time transmission color: "Om.
Home DemonstrationNotes ,. .. ._..
'n select favorite ESTER- will aha "
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: BULLINGTONS BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- be publicly opened and read a- One 1948 two-ton ForiT
41fh loud on the folowing: truck with cab & chas
; ONE 1963 Rating two-ton, sis, to trade in.
byDOROTHY The said .
rs h NOTICE TO DEPEND six cylinder engine truck City Council reserves
ROSS r a IX CIRCUIT COURT BRAD- with H.P. rating not lessthan the right to accept or reject
r 1 1M 1n WA ; Home Demonstration Agent FORD COUNTY FLORID 140 and not more any or all bids.
: IX CHANCERY.: than 155. Cab and chassis City Council of City at-
.t. ; f v .r
III Wesley Thomas. 154--158" Wheel base, six Starke, FloridaBy
.. "December is the x Plaintiff, 825x20 tires & Tub Merrill Edwards,
. year's I example, permit storage of a 10-ply : :
hourglass through which the variety of household items. Patricia vs. Dlann Caws Thomas No. 13.174 es, two speed axle, power City Clerk
smallest day must pass, and Ready-made step shelvescan Defendant. take-off: with reclrculat- 11-29 Jt lZ13M
with the setting of the sun on be installed m the unused :NOTICE TO APPEARTo
Patricia Diann Thomas,
that short day a year is done. space in storage cupboards. :
ES11VALa whose residence and address is:
Then, time extends a gracious Seldom-used articles shouldbe UNKNOWN I
. land, upturns the glass which in the back of the closet. You are hereby notified that I F-
, holds the sand; and a new But items that will be neededas Ns. + a suit for Divorce, care, custody
and control of minor child has I \
hope stirs each mortal when seasons change should be been filed against you in the
IIt' the days begin their course a- easily reached. And, too, instead above named Court and cause"
gain.-Author Unknown. of forever poking and you are required to serve.a
Storage Space Important"A through boxes and trunks for e xL copy to of the your complaint answer er on pleadIng the-I

place for everything, and needed supplies, storing in zip- X Plaintiffs Attorney Green & petty's Tot Shoppe

; i everything in its place," the pered plastic bags will make = .4"" the Green.original Starke.in the Florida office and of the file I j

old saying goes. But if you the hunt much easier.To For your holiday open house nothing will raise the spirits and Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I 118 N. COURT STREET
have no place what do you do pep up the appearanceof warm the heart more than a "party rally 'round the punch before the 31 day of December, j
with your seasonal garments the storage spaces consider bowl." The theme for your party can take its name from an out. 1962; otherwise the allegationsof I SALE! PRE CHRISTMASSALE!
standing wine-punch gaining wide said Complaint will be takenas -
{ the future- blankets and the like? new doors. Folding doors country. Pink Gold punch, made of a popularity brilliant, lively throughout carbonated the confessed by you.
4eited in ; Many homes, both old and give easy entrance and take Roselle wine,.with maraschino cherries, poured over a star ice This notice shall be publishedonce
___ ______ new, need storage space. Three up less room than a conven- mold, can set the stage for your own festival of food gifts. for each week for four BRAD.con-
secutive weeks in the and Girls
question arise when consider- tional door.Accordion. f"5ts this season. FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH,, Boys
'," ing the storage problem. doors are useful Pink Gold Punch Bowl Dated this 25 day of Novem- j
I 4 1. Are you making the best for they fold compactly to one 2 bottles Pink Gold Star Ice Mold ber. 1962
.. h::i use of what you have? side when not in use, or one (carbonated Lake Roselle Maraschino Cherries Clerk of the Circuit Court ;
wine '
f. 2. I the louvered ) Marian !. Crosby '
by tk*Mktrt.. Do you really need every- may employ By < 'I'
: Y ,.....IIATUII LOCK thing you're storing? I doors, very good in Florida because ,To make star mold pour about Vfc inch water into bottom of Deputy Clerk i
art'4s. .a,.,, 3. How can you improve on they bring air into clos- mold. Freeze firm arrange maraschino cherries around edge of (SEAL) Sizes
7; mold, pour in small amount of water being careful not to dis : II
ro't lqt the storage space you have? ets and cupboards. turb cherries. Freeze firm. Fill mold with water and freeze firm. Starke Florida lto8
Space is most useful whenit Remember that you will do Unmold just before serving into punch bowl with cherry side up. 11-29 4t 12-20 I
&: ;- can be changed in shape or yourself a good turn if you Pour Pink Gold over ice mold just before serving. Serves 12. Girls Sizes
,.., ? size. Adjustable shelves, for part with unneeded items Good companions with Pink Gold punch are cheese and crackers CALL FOR BIDS I
cakes and c' *ies, nuts or thin cut sandwiches. One idea: Sealed bids will be received by I 1to14
r I. : thereby making room for of
the City Council of the City I
4/&T needed items. Sherried Snowballs Starke, Florida. at the City Hall I
0:: i7n : COMPLETE Turkey-Half and 2 tablespoons cocoa 3 cups crushed vanilla I i
.. : 1 cup confectioners' sugar wafers (12 oz. package -
Quarter Roasts Girls SLIM JIM SETS
f K cup Widmer Neapolitan wafers)
a r SEPTIC TANKSERVICE I Turkeys this year are again Sherry or Lake Niagara 1 cup broken pecans FOR SALE !
( ,,; plentiful and economical in Wine ,.1 confectioners suga By Owner Sizes 8-10-12-14
r / kM. I
price. 3 tablespoons light corn
,e FUll PURCHASE In Pinehurst Subdivision
b r; syrup I
For smaller families, half
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: j/ 6 UAR11HiH Cleanouts I goodness of a large bird. biped with light corn syrup. Add vanilla wafers and nuts and Bedrooms & Florida Room,I Toddler Boys Boys and Girls
: Your full purchase mix thoroughly. Roll the mixture into small balls and dredge Room. Cotton & Flannel
prIce 0 I [1.] Preheat over to 325 de- with the % cup confectioners: sugar. Makes 40. Carport & Utility I SLEEPERSSHIRTS
applied Repairs
... to.p grees. [2.] Rinse roast with I. F. H. A. Approved I
a hIgher cold water drain and pat Small
Installations ; Down Payment. I
priced diamond LAURA BAPTIST Convalescent Home service 3 6 Months
11 RADIANT DIAMONDS dry. Skewer skin to meat a- 717 W. Cypress Street
g at Sizes 2-3-4 to 4 Years
r. Choice Of 14 K White Or 1.11 tune CONCRETE CULVERT long cut edges to prevent CHURCH to 4 p.m. Evening Worship Phone 964.3544

'. Yellow Gold PIPE shrinking from meat during Sunday Scnool. 9:45: am 7:30 p.m. Wednesday night Starke
.. roasting. Rub cavity of roast
Morning Worship. 11 a.m. Prayer Mep.t 'lg. 7:30 o'clock

: Christmas i QQQ One. alf Starke II\ lightly with salt. [3.] Tie leg =, -''-',-, -
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Weight s breast end to hold wing down.

BIG TRADE Allowance 28 43660 [4.] Place turkey on rack in
On Your Old
R shallow roasting pan skin side ItV
Takes A Lot Of Attention
up. Brush skin with fat. Placein

BCBBIB preheated oven. If desired,
0 / baste occasionally with pan
.' drippingsespecially any dry
HA 4,9j'i Ltatnthd;' xers B areas. [5.] Continue roasting
until done. Turkey is done

-/ I I :. LTDBiington when stick feels thickest very part soft of drum-when To Keep Her In Shape! JV'

I I FREE ESTIMATES, pressed between protected fin- I

's Studio & Gift Shop I HAMILTONAND Fresh Fresh-Frozen Turkey and I I

All frozen turkeys should be I
104 ,V. CALL STREET : AMASON thawed slowly and never at II ,

-- room water.temperature In thawing or,in follow warm ',From The Sassiest Chassis To The

package directions, or thaw by I ,

CHRISTMAS one methods.or a combination of these I I' Saddset: Chassis We% Can Make

1. Place bird, still in its original .
\ body under

I hours ning cold for water thawing.wrap Allow 2 run-to 6 Your Car Perform As It Should -

2. Leave bird in its original

body refrigerator.wrap. Place Allow on 1 to tray 3 days in i, Attention To Your Car Is Our Business ( p

for thawing.

Prompt cooking of a freshor .a
i !
thawed turkey is preferable.A .
thawed ready-to-cook or a I II
fresh turkey can be kept for II I II I
two to three days in a refrig- I

Load Upon Load Of Beautiful Christmas Merchandise erator at 38 degrees or less.1 I
Toys-Cosmetic I
Wrap bird loosely in foil or .,
Sets-Tree Trimming Supplies--Jewelry-Gifts And Gift Wrap moistureproof paper for refrigerator -1 ,: '
pingS-Holiday: Party Goods-Cards And Many, Many Other !Items storage. It is not i 1i C"

Too Numerous To Mention\ -Come In And Shop Around. advisable to refreeze poultry.I JI

Cranberries for I
The Holidays I I

; i plentiful food. Try using

1ff; V JUMBO I Yuletide them in to different give families ways this and WITH CLYDE BEFORE YOU

f 4' ROLL ASSORTMENT friends something different. 1

408 INCHES This Cranberry Crunch is a TAKE ANOTHER RIDE! V
,Regular $1.0066C C I nice quick dessert. : V
5 Cranberry Crunch 1: t
f 1 cup quick oatmeal, one-
? I third cup flour 1 No. 2 can i We Have All The Latest Equipment

i whole Cranberry sauce few i
UP i grains salt one-half cup brown; Fine Expert Professional MechanicsTo
I i sugar and one-fourth cup oleoor
butter. I Do.'The Job Right At Lowest Cost.
ALUMINUM CHRISTMAS TREES 277 TO 898 | [1] Mix oats, flour salt and I

I sugar. [2] Cut in oleo or but- I

Christmas Snow 49c Spray Paint . 69c ter until mixture is course and 'II We Can't Guarantee It
crumbly. [3] Grease a 8"x8"x2" .
Complete Assortment Of Tree Decorations pan or an 8"cake pan. [4] I i :
Press half of oat mixture into We. Won't Do It. .

Large Assortment Tying Ribbons each 11V up t' bottom of ,pan. [51 Spread,I
cranberry cause evenly over
1, .
oat mixture. [6] Top with rest

INFANTS AND LITTLE GHILS minutes at 350 degrees. [7] .

69c up I whipped cream or ice cream. e MUFFLER EXHAUST .

GIFT i .

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I Revival services will be held

,. I at the Northside Baptist I No Job Too Small -- No Job Too Large
I Church Nov. 28 through Dec.
;CHRISTMAS DOLLS i 2. Services begin at 7:30: pjn. I
I Dinner will be held on the .,
A BIG I grounds Sunday., Dec. 2. The MostComplete
50 IN A BOX .
-U- 1 SELECTION1i' Your Authorized

$1.00 Ford Dealer
Sunday School 10 a. m.;
I 1,9 Morning Worship 11 a. m. .Automotive"
o : Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. I. TER WILLEGAR InUnion
C V UP !I.Prayer meeting Wednesday Service In

L74 ; ''I 7:30 p.m.Rev.. R. T. Williams :< '. -. J And

pastor. '. BradfordCounty ,
I j '(, ffl- < ', Bradford Counties

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