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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 13, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I Official County Publication Established In 1879

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cTeRxR, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, DEC. 13, 1962 NUMBER TWENTY-FOUR I
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J :: 4: I In $158,000 Phone Expansion i County State Ag. Officials .





Get Lawtey New, Kingsley Dial ExchangesA Lake Seek Hearing On Sale




4fi $158,000 improvement Bishop Jr., manager of the

program to Include completenew Starke Telephone Co. .

dial exchanges for Kings- Bishop said that the new Of School Farm Tract
ley Lake and Lawtey was an- "cross bar" system providing!

H nounced this week by H. A.i the most modem equipment I

'in the ,industry, would be in- -

stalled at both exchanges. The .;. State and county agriculture and forestry inter-
Drink Machine 'service at Kingsley Lake is Christmas Lights ests joined this week in requesting the Bradford

___ being stepped up from three x County Board of Public Instruction for a public hear-

__! toll trunks and four free service ing on the proposed sale of 100 acres of the school
1 Thefts Solved trunks to five toll and s nw Crown Starke's
six free service trunks Bishop farm used by the vocational agriculture departmentof
Bradford High School

Mter A YearThree said.The Lawtey trunks are being Water Tank Joining the local group in making this request of
the board Commissioner of
,! increased from 3 toll and four were Agriculture Doyle
free service to six toll and six Conner, and State Forester C. H. !Coulter.At .

Starke juveniles were free service, the manager said. City Utilities Superintendent its meeting last week

fk caught and placed on proba- The exchange buildings at Merrill Dees and his the board hadrefused, a similar School Farm in Bradford

tion last month for 'stealing both locations have already T. : crew of five linemen spent a request for a public hear County, Fla.Reasons .
money from soft drink ma- been enlarged with 10 x 14 ft. : ;: frigid five hours atop the city for holding a hear

chines in Lawtey and Starke additions to house the new water tank in near-freezing ing by local representativesof ing:

during the past year. equipment. Work has already temperature Wednesday af- agriculture and forestry 1. That the citizens of
Both the Starke Police Department started on laying the new toll ternoon to complete installa- agencies. School Superintendent -
and the Bradford cables. tion of Starke's new "spec- H. P. Morgan said at that Bradford County can questionthe

Officers of the new Starke Civitan Club pictured at Charter Night County Sheriffs Department When the new exchanges'H ; tacular" Christmas decora- time that a public meeting wisdom of proposed sale.

( Saturday are (I-r) Frank Reeves, president; Sherrod W. Hamilton ceremonies last participated in the apprehension are put into service next Au I tion. would be "a form of pressure"on 2. That the citizens may
'f A. Ilebert, secretary;'Herbert A. McLeod treasurer vice-president; Rev. Leo of the three boys who gust, Bishop said that 20 percent Lid W s- I The beautiful display consists the board. question the legal validity of

at-Arms Richard II. Jockel Is not shown. and Rev Bob Badgett, chaplain. Sgt- were finally caught November of the phones at both I. of almost a thousand The group's open letter fol- such sale.

15. The three, 14, 15, and 17 Kingsley Lake and Lawtey can Bradford colored lights strung !In 50- lows: 3. That the citizens may

*" At Saturday years of age, were caught be in use at the same time. Supervisor foot strands up the sides of REQUEST TO BRADFORD question the propriety of pro
Ceremony
while robbing the drink box Only 12 per cent of the phones the spherical tank, and top- COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD posed sale-the same being a

at Wayne's Cash Superette at in Starke can be used at Mrs. ClasbyWill ped with a huge plywood FOR PUBLIC HEARING: private sale to a former member
Madison and Orange Streets the same time without gettinga star four feet in diameter, of the Bradford County
New Starke Civitan by Officers Harry Pride and busy signal, the manager Retire and containing 47 blubs. I I Time, date and place to be School Board.

,I Don Han of the police depart- said.Bishop Dees and his crew were determined agreed upon. 4. That all interested parties
( ment. said the improve- December 31 to finish the job Subject: Proposed sale of including members of the
ment program was Wednesday, In spite of the portion of Future Farmer
The boys had just closed the necessary School Board, and County
Club door to the box when the offi- to replace an old board being bitter cold, and the lights School Superintendent, may

| Presented CharterCharter cers arrived, according to Deputy used in the Kingsley Lake exchange Mrs. Marian L. Crosby has were actually turned on at 6 Civic Round ask questions and get answers -

Sheriff Willard Williams The board at Lawteyis announced her retirement as p. m. "It really got cold up on !hi order that the en-
who extracted confessions a new one, he said, but has Bradford County Supervisorof the tank after the sun went '
Table Holds tire matter be better
1 the night ceremonies of ville Civitan Club sponsoredthe nar. governor-elect of the from them and told the offIcers become inadequate to handle Registration, and deputy down," Dees said. "The men understood. may
new Starke Civitan Club chartering of the 28 Florida they the,rapid expansion of telephone clerk of the Circuit Court, effective told me I was blue when I I
1 took place last Saturday member Starke Club. officers District were installed and the new by drink. The were two officers just buyinga took service in the Lawteyarea. Dec. 31. came down from up there;" First MeetingThe I 5. That the School Board

night In the Bradford High The official charter Bishop said that Dees said the star made and County Superintendentmay
of the Donald R. Rothwell, Gaines- the boys into custody for ques Lawteywas Mrs. Crosby has held the was
School Cafeteria. new club was presented by ville, lieutenant-governor, tioning, however and later the: fastest .growing exchange supervisor's office for ten by Al Hartmann "And he Bradford Civic Round explain why neither the
t Approximately 80 guests Travis (X Messer Orlando, Florida District Zone 1. turned them over to county au [percentage wise] in years, and has been deputy realy did a nice job. He Table held its first meeting the Future Farmer Chaptersnor
r from the Gainesville and Governor of the the company's three clerk for 11 said the total lighting effect their advisors were con
I Florida District -. Main address of the eveningwas thorities.In exchange. years. Wednesday night in the Gold
,; Jacksonville Civitan Clubs I to Frank Reeves, newly I given by George W. Sim- their, confession to Dep- set-up. Gov. Farris Bryant will ap- was equivalent to about 10- House Restaurant, elected sulted regarding such sale,
and ,Civitan leaders horn all named president of the The local sub- 000 watts. I That a copy of this requestfor
I Starke ons Jr. of Jacksonville a past uty Williams the three admit- company a point a successor to fill out temporary officers and named : -
t r' parts of,the state gathered to Club. Invitation to new members International president of ted they had been robbing sidiary of Independent Tele- the unexpired term which ex- Starke has strung colored i nominating. and by-laws a public hearing be mail

charter a new men's service of the Starke ,Club, was Civitan International. 'Honored drink boxes in both Starke and phone Corporation" ,of Washington tends .to- anuary 1965. Theposition lights over its streets and committees. ed to Mr. W. C. Billy Pow
,- D.: C., has total local lighted Mitchell elected ell. Starke.; Fla., .who is the
Christmas Buford
f club In Starke. The Gaines made by ,Randolph L. TicheJCivitan guests ,Included Starke Lawtey for approximately a pays" $900 per year.. a tree on was
Mayer Randal Chitty, and year with the use of keys investment of $800,000, which L. H. Futch chairman of the courthouse ground each temporary president, and Mrs.L. proposed purchaser of said

Civitan leaders from around which belonged to one of the will soon .increase to around the Bradford County Demo- year, but this is its first venture H. Outlaw, temporary sec- land.

the state. trio. The keys fitted every box $1,000,000; Bishop said. cratic Committee, said yester- into water tank spectaculars. retary. That a copy of this requestfor

Officers of the Starke Club in Starke with the exceptionof The company has gained day that he will call a meet- The new atraction will Named on the by-laws a public hearing be mailed -

} I serving under President Reeves one or two the deputy said. 200 services in the past year ing of the committee at an be enjoyed by townspeople as committee were George to Container Corporationof
: R J are Sherrod W. Hamilton, Downfall of the trio came for a current total of 2,300. early date to recommend well as the many travelers on Pierce, Buford Mitchell and America, Fernandlna, Fla.,
a
J .- i vice-president: Rev. Leo A. with advent of the county fair Bishop said it is hoped to add successor to Mrs. Crosby. UJ5. 301 during the Christmas Mrs. Jos. D. Warren. The who is to take a leasehold estate -
f ? J Hebert, secretary; Herbert A. last month when in their greed I another 500 stations in the season. nominating committee is with an option to pur-
the next, 18 months through nor- chase this land under a lease.
U ;. 'f; McLeod, treasurer; Rev. Bob boys began taking the composed of Fred Snell, Mrs.
.. '," Badgett chaplain, and Rich- money boxes from the ma- mal growth and expension in Funds MarkedTo Christmas Hours Ruby Johns, and Kenneth -[Signed] Agriculture and
:; new
i'" ... ard H. Jockel, sgt.atarms.The chines and throwing them a- areas. Grider. Forestry Committee, Brad-
1 \\f Starke Civitan Club' Is way, thus bringing down the ITC is now operating in 13 Plan, Equip For Local Stores Bob Fischer president of ford County Fla.

1 ;" one of the more than a thou- suspicions of local merchants.Up states and has around 75,000 Hospital AdditionThe the Palatka Civic Round Ta Foster Shi Smith, director

I .'l1d&. '! .n.\' ..: sand Civitan Clubs located to that time they had been customers the local manager Starke stores will remain ble, and State Rep. "Gator" Bradford County Farm Bur-
.throughout the United States just opening the machines and said. Florida Development open until 8:30: p.m. on the Beck, also of Palatka were eau and Cattlemen's Associa-

Ii! '} .Js i" and Canada working togetheras replacing the money boxes, Commission at its meeting on following dates: Friday Dec. present to assist in the organization -

\..;." an international force,rec even leaving some money in Rotary HearsOperation Dec. 3, earmarked an addit- 14; Thursday, Friday, Satur- and describe how tion.William S. Haas. Soil Conservation -
ognized for its 42 years of the machine to throw off sus- Of ional $15,000 in HillBurtonfunds day, Dec. 20, 21, 22. the round table functions as Service.

building good citizenship.Each picion Williams said. But mer- to assist in planning, They will remain open for a cross-section of all organi- G. T. Huggins, County Agriculture
l .i' club has complete free- chants quickly caught on to Prison Farms constructing, and equippingthe the convenience of shoppers zations in the community. Agent. '

," .{. dom In selecting its own pro- the robberies when they found proposed addition to the all day Wednesday, Dec. 19. Eleven groups were repre- Don Champion, County
"".. jects according to local needs all the money missing/he said. Dave Greenwald, co-ordlna- Bradford County Hospital. The Regular closing hours will sented at Wednesday night's Farm Forester.
.w
but every club in the inter- According to Williams the tor of agriculture for the Florida total Federal grant is now be observed on Monday, Dec. meeting and others are ex-
Doyle E. Conner. Commissioner
1 national organization is com- boys made several rounds per Division of Corrections $180,000. The increase was 24. pected to name representatives
of Agriculture. State
mitted to an action programof week robbing one make of : discussed the operation of the made as a result of the annual in time for the next
citizenship building.The soft drink box in a given night state's six prison farms at re-evaluation of hospital pro Fair AssociationTo meeting to be held Jan. 9. of Florida.C. .
State
H. Coulter, For
Starke Club will meet and averaging about $20 at a Wednesday's luncheon meeting jects in Florida.

Travis O. Messer, One of the trio also confessed -
at 6:45: in the Gold HouseRestaurant
I 11 presenting the charter of the new club to President on North Temple : to robbing the soft drink production Mr. Greenwald said the Federal funds, local funds Bradford County Fair Install Plea Day HeldIn
Reeves of Starke of foodstuffs by necessary for the addition will
Frank Avenue. box and cookie machine in the Association will meet in the
New Officers County CourtOnehundredthirteen
usa building last November these prison-operated farms be cut from $135,000 to $120-
i : plays an important part; in the I courthouse Friday night, Dec. i I
13. The said he climbed
'' youth feeding of Florida's 000.The 14, at 7::30. The treasurer will Bradford Lodge No., 35, F. cases
'Builders 8,000 pri-
first bids
received
Ill I i, Busy On New Homes And Businesses into open the window building broke throughan into son population. the addition were rejected on by give a report on the recentsuccessful ; &: A. M.for will 1963 have installed its new by the officers were listed on the fine and

the machines with a hammer, The speaker was Introducedby the board of trustees as too fair and a start Masterof cost bill from County Court

The 'closing weeks of 1962 both residential and commer- Southgate Subdivision; and took $26. Joe Marshall who had high, and the project has not I will be made on plans for next District the Deputy 8th Masonic Grand District for the month of November

find Starke enjoying a healthy cial. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Douglas All first offenders the three charge of the program. yet been readvertised. year. John C. Tye, at a public installation with the old standby, unlawful
spurt of building construction, under just were arraigned before County
or
Currently way speed, taking the lead with
Highway 16, North; to be held Dec. 27
completed in the past few Judge T. A. Yawn and placedon
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Norman at 7:30: p.m. at the Lawtey 24 violations.,
weeks are business and ,residential probation.
CHRISTMAS projects totaling closeto Highway 16 North; Lodge. County Judge T. A. Yawn
$500,000. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Strobo, Merchants This will be a district care also heard the cases of 13 persons
UrgedTo mony with officers of all lod
Edwards charged with writing
CANTATAFIRST Included in the $263,000 commercial Loop;
building total are: Two shell, homes in Reno,, Return CC ges in the district participat worthless checks, eight charged

a METHODIST Bradford County Fair build! one by Crumpton Builders, and Director Ballots : -I ing.wives All and Master friends Masons are invited., their! 'with\ forgery, seven charged

ings $50,000; new Winn-Dixie one by Dixie Enterprises. with violating the charterof
CHURCH super market, now under construction The addition of' the new All business firms receiving. ; the Railroad & Public Util-

I ($80,000; ; Starke Starke Golf and Country Clubto ballots for the nomination of. ; ; Prisoners Win Ides Commission, and five

Sunday, Dec. 16 Lanes bowling alley,'" $60,000, this list would bring the new board members of the AcquittalOn each for voluntary Intoxicationand
7:30 P.M.\ Gateway Chevrolet, $50,000; total to Starke-Bradford County t r; reckless driving.
around half a million Own Plea
Public Invited new Pure Oil Service Station dollars. Chamber of Commerce are ws ri Four persons each were
now under construction $20- urged to return them to the charged with withholding support
: Two Florida State prisoners, :
-i 000; and converting former Chamber by Saturday. Dec. and improper passing and
Garland Shusan and Willie Lee
\, Amoco Station to Esso Station County To Get 15, the deadline.It i 4 Rainge, had the distinction last three each were charged with
,
HEILBRONNBAPTIST by Humble, Oil Co, $3,000. reported at the CC
was larceny of auto breaking and
; month November 21, of pleading
t New home construction recently $71,500 In RaceTrack directors >meeting Monday that entering and improper license
CHURCH completed or now in only 50 out of around 150 bal- L' their own cases in Circuit i tag. There' were two cases each

progress totals close to $U5- Funds lots had been returned at that Court and .being acquitted, according still, malicious injury obtaining -
Play and Program
; to information by Cir-
000 and includes houses for: t time. hospital services by fraud,
Thurs, Dec 20 Mr. and Mrs. James cuit Court Clerk Charles Dar-
Starling President Jerome Johns appointed improper starting, failure to
7:30 P.!I. on graded road connecting IT. State Comptroller Ray E. the followin? committees : __ e by.Arraigned have vehicle under control receiving
Welcome S. 301 and SR 16, near home Green announced this week : !' 'c for attempted es stolen goods running
Everyone I
that each of Florida's 67 counties '1'. H. Siade the two their
I of Judge Yawn; Nominating: .+ cape pleaded own stop sign passing a stopped
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gissy, in will be mailed checks for Clyde Terwillegar, S. L. Peek case before a jury and were ac-
school bus and improper dr1ver'a
Green Acres Subdivision; $11,500 as Its second paymentof quitted.
Jr.Advertising
This Space Contributed Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Douglas, race track funds for the brochure: E. L. Another inmate whose case license,
Highway 16, (State ,Farm. current fiscal year. Matthews, S. L. Peek Jr., Nor- came up earlier, November 6, of escape, petit larceny? driving
Weekly to Publicize road); Each man Willis, H. A. Bishop Jr., 'Here Comes Santa9Making did not fare so well, however. on the wrong side of the
county has
now received -
,Community Events by New Presbyterian !Manse E.Ca.U .. $39,500, which is $3,500! and Jimmy' Moore. Previously convicted for at- road and driving while intox
The board went record
Street on
;; I tempted escape Norwood Lee icated.
The : Mr., and Mrs. J 'E. Hardy, more than received during as recommending to the new
CommunityState < I I Wilson was denied a motion
E. Call Street;. Ithe same period last year. The board. when it is organized, a triumphal entry Into Starke atop the city's shiny, new, red fire truck Hfc Single offenses were removalof
the of R. H. Honor, Santa dans,-and for a new trial. He was sea-, property under lien drive
reappointment helpers tossed to
Bank Mr. and Mrs. John'Crockrell,, total received by each county candy eager youngster along CaD Street last
SR 100 at .Road during the last fiscal year McIntire as executive-director Friday night. Christmas music for this! festive occasion: was provided by the Bradford tenced to five years on the ing while license was revoked
CoUey !
; was $201,800. of the chamber for another BIgS 8ehoot P"& attempted escape charge and fraud of room rent grand larceny

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Mr. and Mrs. Van McCrar
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.r BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY DEC. 13, -198. I f
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I+ rs., Rosie Girton of St. Mr. and Bill 'I I '' "
Mrs. Grahamand in' '" '
Petersburg- spent the weekend IFire Dept. Two ArrestedIn forfeited a bond of $200 ." ._ _: = =_ .: _,__ .= _. :_ \ I
family had dinner with county court and had received ,
with her son Cleveland Neal their daughter Miss Joalyce I Shine Raid an automatic one year suspension i' Your to !I
at Theressa. She Graham\ Gets Calls : way s
was accompanied at U. of F. last of his driver's license r'tj1TI I
by her son Lewis Neal. Thursday night. f. 1 Bradford County's first by the Department of Public -- ,
Among those attending the Week moonshine still in health/ and fun. I
r Mr. _and Mrs. T, H. Slade During a long Safety, :, I
$ .- I Christmas ,Holiday Tour in I while was discovered and
and daughter, and i
GLADYS MOOTT HI-Ot.Sl Susan Miss '
FpQNErM Gainesville Sunday afternoon; t "I( v r raided last November X21 by I
.1
..u Barbara Blankenship spent Cold weather:was the cause LAKES
... sponsored by the Gainesville the"weekend: Atlanta. .' of hot feet in the Starke Fire the Sheriff's Department ..and', is CIRCUIT NOTICE TO COURT DEFEND BRADFORD STARKE I
Mr. and Mrs. David Lawson l4rs. Hildabelle Bence andMrs. Garden Club, were Mrs. Joe two persons arrested. -
I Dr. and Mrs.'Donald Chubb Department this; week when COTATY,' FLORIDA*
,..and baby Cindy AUburn- Nita Downing of Jack- -Wilson Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow and son of Winter Park were the home of Aaron Sumner of Released from J jail on bonds'of IX CHANCERf. HIGHWAY 100 (SOUTH) l ltj I
dale: have Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Mrs.S. Wesley Thomas, ,
moved back to sonville Mrs. Etta I
brothers
were visiting I weekend guests of- Mr. and 633 Pratt Street caught fire $1,500 each are two Plaintiff,
,:'Starke and are living with Hoover on Sunday.Mr. L. Peek Sr., Mrs. A. Z. Ad- Mrs. Herbert Thomas at their from a faulty flue.According John P. Casey and Elvin vs Case No 13-174 :' : IS Free InstructionFor I

thg M.;.Lv Lawsqns: for toe. timebjin and Mrs. Ralph Kazar- kins, and Mrs. Fred Guy. in the Doyle Casey who"were arrested Patricia Diann Thomas .
home for the holi- camp Sprub. to Fir?, Chief R. Defendant,
Arriving
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still site mil- .
pf\ iaa.ol Orlandaweze.oxerjcdghA at the seven
[Redl Buford the
Mr. andMrs. James O. Se- C. depart NOTICE TOPPE.R ,/
Dec. 20 will be Dave I
days on
Mr. and Mrs. X L. Smith guests Sunday of Sen. and well < family of Jackson- ment was called at 10:30: Mon es from Starke south on SR. To: Patricia Diann Thomas League InformatioI1 1
and Long from the University of and J with whose residence and address is;
family visited Mrs. H. T. 100. Two pots, capacities '
H Mrs. Charley Johns. Delaware. and ,Tom Long a ville spent.. the weekend with day night when Sumner's fire UNKNOWN i PHOY E _964-6261 ;j
*Smith in Lyons, Ga. and H. Mrs. Robert Genereux and of 600 Ord 450 gallons, were '
: ,Mr.. and. Mrs. W. B. Sewell. place caught fire'and-the blaze You are hereby notified that
student at FSU.
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ttJiJT. Smith at the VA hospital son of Jacksonville spent Mon spread into the attic. The fire destroyed and a Jeep station a suit for Divorce, care, custodyand .._ .
in Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smithof Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mosher with 400 of sugar control o( .minor child has'\' ", ftfFji--' ;"" 0" _' --: :l-...-li--..: ,_ : J
>' Dublin Ga,'over the. week- day with her parents Mr. andi was checked before it coulddo wagon pounds '-_ __ K:. ; .e" p. "- /
Daytona Beach and Miss and family of Hampton were been filed against you in theabove
.. end. i in it was confiscated, according -
Mrs.
Robert Green.
J any further damage, how- ; named Court and cause
1 Alta Smith of Jacksonvillewere f visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. I> to Deputy Sheriff Wil- -
and you are required to serve a
.... weekend guests of their Cooper on Sunday. ever.The lard Williams. copy of jour answer or plead. t
.. t t l I mother, Mrs. Henry O'Hara. Edgar Gunter of Miami was department was also ing to the complaint on thPlaintiff's DID YOU KNOW?
? the raid
I called out at Also in on were Attorney Green & r,
Tuesday
w.
Leo Champion underwent approx-
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robbie A. Green, Starke. Florida and file: to .
"' imately 4 to douse a Bradford: : :Deputy Sheriff J. Your body has a natural immunity :
General pjn.
Alachua
surgery in of the
Shaper and Mr. and Mrs. Bill the original in the office
11t. Hospital on Monday. Tilley over the weekend.Mr. grass fire on a vacant lot on Gnann along with_state and Clerk of the-.Circuit Court on or disease, and infection that is superior to \

... / FOR CHRISTMASCam- Grand Street adjacent to theAmerican federafbeveraze'officers.. before th?! 31 day of December .miracle l dug.rh: natural. immunity ;.
..... and Mrs. Herbert Pack- I, 1963; otherwise the allegations any
era outfits, projectors tape ham of Jacksonville spent : Legion grounds in of said Complaint will be taken .controlled. by .th.et nervous. .. system i
n. at Bullingfon's north Starke.In Dr. Shafer confessed by how
recorders
you.This
as a
it is .to understand pressure -;
r' Sunday with Mr. and. Mrs... Ed shall be publishedonce so easy ;
..... DIAMOND 2t 12-20 Prevatt. the only other alarm this Given 10 Day eaeh'notice week for four consecutive !#A... on ,any, .{qf the spinal! J ef'es.c. n f
CHRISTMAS
month the department had to weeks in the BRADFORD I resistance to disease or in- -.
con FLA. GROWN TOMATOESlOc lower ;
< your
SALE at Bullinstons. 2t 12-20 go 'about five miles north of Jail SentenceEdmund COCNTY TELEGRAPH
lb. DOWLL G'S PRO- this 25 Of Novem Dr. Bellinger fection.,
Dated day
Mrs. L. H. Futchjhas beena Starke on U.S. 301 to. putouta I
DUCE MARKET Shafer, also knownas ber. 1962. is specialist in locating and
I Your .Chiropractor a "
medical patient in St. Vin- blaze' at the home of Emil CHARLES, A. DARBY. t
..... cent's Hospital for the past Miss Virginia Razor, Miss Verbust, manager of. the1' Flo- "Dr. Shafer," was sentenced Clerk of the Circuit Court removing nerve pressure.. He.,. ncanydo! .,.for;,you: what i t .I
v"' 1 Julia Ann Walters and Mr. to and served 10 days in By )Marian .Crogby i : \
do.
I ral Motel north of Starke. The miracle. drugs cannot, % 'f' :\
., ,(er, dis UAtlijlI LGftt 3 week.Mrs. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly attendedthe the county 'jail after being Deputy! Clerk
.t : Mae Jones of Jackson- fire was started when the me- '(SEAL) -; M"c Consult, Your Chiropractor Today.Bellinger .
ville spent Sunday with her Liberace concert at the tal flue through the roof be- convicted of driving while his GREEN & GREEN .. ,- .. c, '

ChoiceY9f Civic Auditorium in Jackson- license was revoked during 'Starke, Florida Chiropractic Clmic
Your sister, Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Mr. came too hot and the ceiling .. .. t
(F ; and Mrs. Bernard Cate ville Saturday _I ght. caught fire: from it. Damagewas county Plea Day November 29. 11.49,41 12-2-( : 3 Blocks- North of- Post Office in ,Starke

$ 7950. of St. Petersburg spent the Mrs. K. G. Duncan attendedthe not extensive. Buford Shafer, a former resident of t

all} ; \ weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Golden Anniversary of the said being limited to a holein Hampton, had been convictedof Insurance Cases, Accepted. 1: t t

I PAYMENTS Noegel. Lake Butler Woman's Club charred at-' driving while intoxicatedin OPEN TILL
Stanley .anda
INA L.IDEL(' j jtx the,roof Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at -t.r. !.I" !
I ORANGES CHINESE Sunday afternoon, honoring tic. There was little structural ;; March of this year and had Bradford County Telegraph. .

HONEYS, DOWLING'S PRO- past presidents. Mrs. Duncan, damage,' to-.. the house, the, l' -

) t DUCE MARKET. being a past president of the chief said... { I .
1L Rev and, Mrs. Hugh Wal- club, stood in the receivingline. __ .....M." -,,_' .1-...-..:, of -. I
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of Trenton were Friday and ,
) ,"K&Vjt'Svw'fJ: : ; : Local residents 'admitted to o

Saturday guests of Mr. and Bradford County.Hospital this ; ?R *H.,Mclnttte,_presidpntldf 1 .

Mrs. E. D. Tenly. week as medical patients are: the Bradford County Pair. Association -,

Mrs. W. A. Stern and Miss Mrs. Eva Fernandez, Mrs. advised bond hold: o

Iwz'3 / Louise Stern attended the Leola Roberts, Walker McGee, ;, yesterday that the. first, ifiterest I

4'. '< -*'?, Byron Janis concert last Mrs. Julia Rinicella, and Patricia coupon-may, be clipped 1

i ,%ti j; Thursday night, and the Lib- O'Brien.Mrs. and .redeemed \lpen; ?esenta- .

"1 1 erace concert Saturday nightat child tion &,- tie,Florida"Bank >M ,
:. t R. A. Green and
:: P S ..' 1 ri4 1: Jacksonville.the Civic Auditorium in ren of Tavares spent the week Starke,-' '01\ then CommunityState 1 rt Q

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MCS85* 4 1 and grandchildren Michael days with Mr. and Mrs. George Mars

.!; and Patrick Johns of Sylva, Flynn Sr., and Mr and Mrs; ', s i
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11 norDliMflKDS Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johns. Virgil, Mathews of Atlantic ,. Jfr' '
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Miss Barbara Green visited spent Tuesday _"1; 4r.S .

MIa Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Branamin parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garl ,
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Jacksonville on 'Saturday, (l 1
BULLINaTON'SGIFT and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Taylorin SHIP FRUIT; DOWL The sc1iE'IaD Er '.'."t -t t .

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Wilburt of Mrs. Ralph Alvarez 99
Wentling Palmyra :
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week with Mr. and Mrs. AtsistedbyrEmineni'' Scholar, hirs. .odd co'o iri fir Q ejs, PL-;

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Marginal Renderings, Prophecse* :4 > V Pcrmap.2it collar slays con- f
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surgery Bradford County Analyzed! and many ot her teitureic Sizes 14 to 17. ,1

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some activities of the holiday season. One im less; SKIRTS ;
portant location for such fun is the kitchen. Family favorite 1j0S lY1l'!ltt' t
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...' ::. cookies, bread and other holiday foods begins to permeate the '' ,
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c Christmas Tea, Ladies Council WSCS Circle Five Torode-Todor Postmaster Applications
WHAT WHEN
For UDC Members Has Holiday PartyThe !Meets:'At' Home Wedding Is Set I
AND WHERE
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I At Crews Home Of Mrs. ThompsonCircle i Available Until JanuaryAn
-" Ladies Council..of the Mr. and Mrs. William Fred-

First Christian 'Church held : erick Moore of Lawtey announce I
Dec. 17
Mrs. Lester. CrewMrs. W. .Five of the 'First
I ,-,...GLADYS MOOTY PHONE ,,9644151, : G. Halle,'and Mrs. H. L. Speer'I its annual .Christmas'party! !,i Methodist Church met at the the engagement and II Starke Garden Club, 7:30: i examination for the position i i applicants who pass will be

{ were ,co-hostesses: last Wednesday -i last Thursday evening at the '., home of Mrs. William Thompson -I approaching marriage of their I. pjn. home of Mrs. Gladys ; of postmaster at Starke : assigned final ratings on the
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4,4 1 .' r 'afternoon'when home of Mrs Edwin Williams.i I daughter Gayle Moore To- Harrington. I' will be open for acceptance of I; basis of this test and on their
they. Jr. Tuesday morning of i
Christmas1* Music Coffee, ,:Honoring., ,entertained W 'T. Week's 'The party rooms wer ''decorated I.I last week for their regular rode, to Peter Charles Todor j Eastern Star Christmas I applications until Jan. 2, 1963, experience and fitness for the
# for the occasion, with son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter To- 8 J according to announcementthis position. They must have resided -
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party Masonic Temple.
-aeFeahirec: ,TommyeJohns ,: chapter, U. D. C. with a beau- meeting'and Christmas pro- p.m. i
.tiful Christmas'tea. a. arrangements of poi i8 tttas.. dor of Parma Ohio. Dec. 18 f week by the U-S. Civil : within the delivery of

Ati, ,Meeting\ I Last Saturday The lovely new home of The refreshment' table' was gram.,Mrs. Jack Hines," program The wedding will be an BHS PTA, 8 pan., Auditor- Service Commission. I the office for one year immediately .

'f'.......', .. ... Mrs. Crews was the'setting: covered with a cutwork: cloUt chairman, presented Mrs. By- event of Dec. 28 at 6:30 p.m. ; ium. Competitors for the $6.805 preceding the closing

'"Tis' ,the-.season > ,"' and Mrs. Eugene' L. Matthews, for this delightful, ,affair. The and centered with a small ron Newcomb who gave the I I in the University Methodist! per year position must have : date of the examination.In .

th :BHS PTA-is. observing it Mrs. Kaspar G. Duncan. Miss 'motif carried I Christmas tree. Mrs. Church Gainesville. at least three years of experience I addition, they must have
S Christmas was devotional, ,Don Harden-I Heilbronn Baptists! !
with.carols and Christmas Madge Middleton Miss]Margaret out in every detail includinga The 20 members enjoyed 'brook, Mrs. Robert Green. Mrs. Torode, a graduate of I [education above high I reached their 18th birthdayon

'music.i-.highlighting .the )meet Duncan Mrs. Bob 'G. jolly St., Nick standing by games with prizes and refresh- Mrs'Harry Green, Mrs. Eston Bradford High School, is employed Set Christmas I school level may be substituted -i or before the closing date

ing.-next Tuesday right at 8d' Ferguson, and Mrs. WilliamB. a gaily lighted Christmas tree ments during the party hours. Jordan and Mrs. Joe Bakk n. as a secretary in the 1 Program Dec. 20 for l% years of experience] for acceptance of applications.

o'.c) ck'at:' the:,BHS. 'auditorium Sewell'entertained" .ata in the living room. Mrs. Byron Newcomb was University of Florida forestry I IJ II I I II I showing that they have the i Persons over 70 years of age
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:"' :t. lovely coffee Satui'day.morn- St. Mark's Women department. I ability to conduct and man cannot be appointed.
Miss Madge Middleton, welcomed into the"circle as anew i.J The public is cordially invited -
:".Th,w i.gJe 4 club, under Miss' ,,ing'at.the hoine'; of', he.'former president, conducted the brief Met member. I Mr. Todor is a graduate of i to attend the Christmas age the community's postal I Complete information about
firfcoxr I honoring 'Mrs. : Monday NightSt. Clemson College and is employed business efficiently, and to supervise the examination requirementsand
director; and,the BHSb5nB..unHer'JElden Tommy business.session. It was votedto ,During the social hour refreshments program at Heilbronn Baptist
,. Johns, of'Ma'cclejiny.Mrs..' with the State Road I employees so that customers instructions for filing applications -
MathewsChristmas
meet at 3:30 o'clock instead i
: Mark's Women's Auxiliary S were served"by the I II Church on Thursday, Dec. 20,1
wUlpresent :a! mu-, .Johns prior' to'' her recent of 'three. met Monday.night,. Dec. hostess. Christmas decorations Department. at 7:30 pjnThere will be are :satisfied with the may be obtained at

deal, program .'after ,the busi- marriage, was the former' .MiSS" Mrs. I.. G. Powell, histor- 3. at the home of Mrs., Stanley:'.I were used' throughout the Friends and relatives of the congregational singing, devotional -I service. the Starke post office. Appli-

Jie :session.: Jackie Colley of Starke-; ian, gave excerpts from "Wo- NoegeL Mrs. James ,Black- I Thompson home and Christmas couple are invited to attend poetry special music, Applicants must also show cation forms must be filed

r'riii: .h. grade 'mothersWinServe'refreshments .Mrs.Ferguson'greeted,guests men of the South in War shear the devotional.It I refreshments were served. the ceremony. and an original dramatic play that they are of good reputa- with the U.S. Civil Service

;: in the at the door and Miss.'.Barbara Time" andconcluded, the pro was gave voted to give a gift I entitled "Christmas at the tion and that they can deal Commission, Washington 25,

f t" .Coll y introduced them"to the gram with "America at Christ- donation to the 'women at' Circles' Kindergarten Orphanage." with a cast of 18. with the public agreeably and D. C., and must be received or
ytr..J Baptist not later than the
', receiving' line"'composed of effectively. postmarked
-' ; ; mas. Chattahoochee at Christmas Santa Claus will arrive after -
Miss Duncan, the ,honoree. Meet Jointly Presents Annual After taking a written test, closing date Jan. 2.
," F After the meeting, membersand .time. Plans were.made to put the play, bringing fun and
,, Mrs. J. W. Ritch,..mother"of .
Christmas
guests were invited into an annual plant on:the"grave' ProgramMama laughter for all. Come and en- :
: the bride and Mrs.: Clarence the dining room for tea. The table Ida Darby; Circle and joy the evening. ; Christmas Cantata Starke Telephone Co. 1964-
Por.. Christmas of Mrs. Delia 'Hoover-as a I
Johns of Mac lenny niotlier. overlaid with a handsomelace -I memorial. Brownlee"Circles of the First j Priest's Kindergarten 9000 or Mrs. Sam McGarvey,

of the groom. "* cloth was centered witha Baptist WMU held a joint! presented a Christmas : Service "The Nativity" i iI Lawtey [782-39931 before

l'in 1 giftFINE Mrs.' ,Sanford Ritch' "of Christmas centerpiece. balanced During the social hour refreshments Christmas' meeting at the gram last Thursday Pro-I Forest Set For I Jan. 15.Elderly.

T ', ; Gainesville invited guests' into by 'burning red candlesin were served table.from home of Mrs. Leo Heb rt* Mrs. the First Baptist Church. !Now Plowing i SundayThe I people are urged to

:the dining room for coffee. silver holders. The an attractively centerpiece decorated carried' out a M.; : B/ Jordan had charge of Taking part in the Nativity i Fire Lanes I Chancel Choir of the register, even thought they

The coffee table 'was covered Mrs. L. A. Davis presided at ; ,brilliant the program on "Spiritual song and scripture program'were First Methodist Church will i know of others older, becausethe
with a handsome' linen'cut- l the silver tea service. Christmas motif with Life Development. Those taking : Mary, Briar Patray; Joseph cantata honored guest will be the
"The Na-
and tiny Fireline plowing is now being present a ,
balls silver leaves
work cloth and centered 'with Mrs. Geo. B.
\ : I part were Barry Andrews; Star, oldest person listed.
Flor- tivity, at 7:30 Sunday.
request by :
done p.m.
I on
a silver;and crystal bowl: holding -- !State Farm Clubs bells dle holders flanked with by crystal red..tapers.can- I Flynn and Mrs. L. G. Powell Shuri, Williams; Angels, Ann ida Forest Service crews. Once Dec. 16.The i Mrs. Billy Dowling Antique
: an artistic. arrangementof I : from the Darby Circle, and Thomas and Susanne Gassett: Show chairman says family
; of
'WATCHj presidedat each year, landowners can receive -i choir, composed 251
orchid mums and pompoms: Have .Christ as Miss Sharon Noegel : Mrs. M. 1!. Hazen and Mrs. Kings, Randy Chitty Glen: heirlooms and collections from
the coffee service. 15 minutes of fireline members, is under the direction -
The ,buffet was centered ,with Luncheon MeetingThe : Maxie Carter Sr. from Brownlee Mullins and Tommy Reddish; I I plowing at no charge. Additional -II of Mrs. Allen Bradford Uflon. Clay and
a silver magnolia'the tojvhich Circle. Shepherd, John Linn; Choir I! i sanders'l Putnam Counties will be on
I plowing will be done at choir director, with
were attached. Pink Perfection : Senior Citizens The Week of Prayer was Chuck Hutchinson, Ricky Ed- display Jan. 18 through Jan.
State Community :
Farm a fee of $8 an hour. J. Green as organist. I
camellias, and flanking this stressed at this meeting. wards Linn Debbie from the area -
For Bobby 21. Dealers same
Club House wasthe, settingfor Meet ,SupperMembers Anyone interested in having' Featured as soloists will be
were' two silver' sev -branch Refreshments were served_ Whitehead, Ray Vause Elaine!I and Jacksonville have
Christmas lunch- Marian
a loVely' Miss Green, Mrs.
call Forest -
candelabra with tall''pink. tapers to the 24 members attending. Rodermond, Marlon Thornton,]! firelines plowed may I been invited to take
membersof Senior Cit-
eon on Tuesday for of the I Service headquarters, between Charlotte Frees, Mrs. Wanda
S the club and the Home izens Club enjoyed a covered Alma Jean Johnson Debbie I Starke and Lake Butler I Blaisdale, J. W. Ritch, and booths for display and sales.

Points of interest, throughout Demonstration Club. dish supper at, the Lions Den Ethel Biggs Circle met at Edwards, Terry Smith, Vickie I [phone 964-2721 or HY 6- William Shiner. All persons interested in
the party roomsj were' arrangements : the home of Mrs. A. R. Norman Williams, Jean Ann displaying their antiques
Tuesday night. Wh1ren'l The public is mvited.
Native greenery and brilliant 4321 and make arrangements. -
,of';roses :and ,camellia -. l Christmas balls in artis- After a short businesSmeet- withMrs., Jimmy Crosby, Susan Faulkner Plowing requests may' should contact Mrs. J, D.
'in' and shad 'of and Mrs. Bernice Hopkins as Jimmy Brabham, Stella Ha-! / Odom, 342 N. Walnut Street
white .. tic arrangements .highlighted ing, bingo was enjoyed by the also be made by contactingthe Antique Show
S hostesses. The been, and Hutchins! will
pink.. program 'Becky ; I Starke. A night watchman
24 members attending
points of: interest in the club local"ranger crew, located
The hos fisses. ::presented'the The 'annual Christmas Par- was in charge of Mrs. Hopkins. Santa Claus, Donnie Neel.! i Set Jan. 18 be on duty during the show
room for this delightful occa- at Starke, Lawtey, Lake But-
) IofGf$ honoree vwith:' the 'sugar spoon ty will be held' at the Lions Gifts were exchanged and refreshments -! Next Monday morning at 9 I for the safety of the exhibits.
!
,biqi'y -. sion. The beautifully appointed ler and Raiford.
L Iroiv. to her chosen silver'pattern buffet table was centered. Den Monday night,'.Dec. 17, served to the 12 o'clock the kindergarten will ,I Are you the oldest citizen The Antique Show is being

I 24"' .and a 'pink c mellia'corsage with a small; gold Christmastree at 7:30: o'clock. 'Each member. members and three visitors visit Santa Claus at the FlorIda -I Since Jan. 1, there have of Bradford County? I heU as a benefit for the Brad-
present. Theatre. : been 171 fires with 1,390 acres I One of the county's oldest ford High PTA, Mrs. Dowling
1 as a memento of the occasion. flanked by gold candleholders is asked to bring a present'costing I
; burned in Bradford County. citizens will but it will also be of historical -
Presiding at the two,silver not more ;than ,50 I be honored at the said. ;
with
red
'coffee services during.the' 'par-' Thirty-five members tapers. and .cents. and all people.h .50, 'years Alpha ,Nu Chapter, Mrs. Raley, 50 During there the were same 123 period fires with last I opening of the Bradford High 'I and cultural interest

k ,ty.'hours. "."were, .: Mrs..L.. ,A.:,:pa-. and over are invited> to join year PTA Antique Show in the!
I.guests enjoyed this lovely affair $ Of.DKG.]Meets Services, Held 526.3 acres burned. Get Ready for College and
: Fair Jan. 18. j
:vis, Mrs.S well and MiS Mid-. was "a the party. S < County building
Clothes
which followed
dleton.:' ', Assisting in serving % by At-Macclenny Last Sunday Rainfall reported during the { To be considered, list your I School- Mark your
short business meeting. Rubber Stamp.
< With Name
S and.caring! : for< ::,tne"guests'vereMrs. : ; Mrs. 'Hostess past week: New River 20 in.; name, age, and address with
Eaves I Order Now Bradford County
Alpha Nu Chapter Delta I Highland .30 inch; SantaFe
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James 0 Sewellof either Mrs. H. A. Bishop Jr.,
:Methodist AdultFellowship : 'I .Mrs. Zonie Cason Raley, 50, TELEGRAPH.
.. To Canasta Club Kappa Gamma, met December .20 inch.
Jacksonville Mrs. Ali ,An-
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( ( .... of Starke died in a Gainesville -
7 in the educational building -
derson Mrs.. JRWainwright.Mrs.
; Party Hospital Friday morning
\: Lyle H.:Buck:of.Jacksonville Mrs. Jack Eaves,_entertained -. of 'the First Methodist. following an extended illness. I
Mrs. Charles*' Sawyer,< The Methodist Adult Fellowship her Canasta Club;at.a delightful Church Macclenny. !
., ....' S She, had been a resident of
I I, .. Matthews ,and Class. Christmas Wed- The president Miss Katherine i
Miss Betsy had a Christmas party- Bradford County for the past iI
Mrs.W. E. Middleton, i iOne. party 'and covered-dish: ;Epperson.. of Lake Butler} : I iI I
.. nesd y morning .at .her home 20 'yearsand., was a member I
presided over.the business session -
., .hundred :and --fifty !,supper last, Saturday night at on 'N. Bay Street.. : a!' the Hope Baptist Church.
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guests were'"i invite'd1 to call. .be.- the home, of Mr,. and Mrs. : The group :'sang Christmas Mrs: 'Raley was born in Cov- I
= The feStive..hollday'
motif
; >. Catols'Andyead passagesof
'tweentheappointed': hours; Drew Reddish:, ington County, Alabama December -
AgEI :' S was carried out in:the.decora- :the. Christmas St ry'! .
rttiitont; tlom- 10:30'to: 12:30. An A festive holiday motif was : 8, 1911 the daughterof
,.' : -' l.it_tllt only "" : tions for the party. ,To tablesof flththhe'; social hour' refreshments -
n carried out in the party rooms the late James Cason and

(:: ; 9.93'I BetaSigma: : ] .* for the occasion. The buffet canasta were enjoyed and' the' Macclenny, were members'served and MarY' Bass Cason who resided I GATEWAY CHEVROLET Inc.r .

table was covered with a white high and low prizes were awarded in Andalusia, Ala.
ptus a.I Sets PakDate't gifts were 'exchanged. .
damask cloth and centered Christmas corsages Surviving besides her mother -
Members attending from
with a pink Christmas center- 5' is her husband, DanielL.
Members:of B t'Sigma'Plmi; were given to the members of St rke'were Mrs: Kate Sheppard -
.
J : piece flanked by silver holders Mrs. Edna Hart Mrs. ., Raley of Starke; three U. S. 301 NORTH
sorority will hold their Christ- the club as favors.
with white candles. daughters: Mrs. Tris Bennett '
Muriel Norman, Mrs. 'Mona
mat party' Saturday, night. at. S The members each brought of Keystone Heights, Mrs. Audrey r
8 o'clock at'the'home.of Mrs; ) Dance CancelledThe 'Canova, Mrs. Tommie Nolan, : i
BrQadway of Theressa,
watchbandPuflingtofl's canned goods to be given to Reba Starnes, Delia Rosen
Logan. .Baldwin- 1501.i .iL JN:Call a .needy family during the b rg.,'!and Edna Sistrunk. and.Miss Patricia Ann Raleyof !
S street. S holidays. Junior Woman's Club Starke; two sons: Harvey

$ Each member .viUbrlI g a The 12 members of the class I. dance,. scheduled for Dec. 15.has. Garden'Club C.: Haley, U.S. Navy, Norfolk : MOTOR

; "secret sister; gift, and a- gift enjoyed refreshments an'd I been, cancelled, it was announced Va. and Luther Douglas Raley
; .
of
'Studio To1 Forester Keystone Heights. Four
&. Gifts t
for. r singing Christmas carols during -I this week. r
a'm n. ", 'I, the brothers: John F., Coleman TUNE.UP

evening. Don Champion, .County :R.. and William Charley Ca- j

Farm 'Forester, will talk to. son, all of Anda usia, Ala.

. Debates Over 'the' '':Starke';; 'Garden Club on Grady J, Cason, US. Air I
No More Family ECONOMY COLOR TV
.. poi ono s plantsat the ,meet tIng Force, Long Island N Y., and : 95
"Monday nighVDec. 17 r, ;*I eight, grandchildren. ALL 7 PLUS II

II TV .Shows !. 7:30 o'clock.: The'.meeting will J Services were held Sunday PARTS

1 be: .held;-at' the home,of Mrs. .in the, Hope Baptist Church at i I MODELS

.. Gladys Harrington on N. Walnut !-" Theressa with Rev. Merle

street with Mrs* J. D. Packham officiating. Burial

Seymour and Mrs. Harry 'followed at the church cemetery --
Brake and Front End
Mooty as co-hostesses. i under direction of DeWitt

Members are asked to bring I C. Jones Funeral Home of FREE Inspection-All Makes
;
original Christmas decorationsor Starke.

I Christmas* ideas ,for discussion ,I : and Models.

at the meeting.Woodman Air. Prescott
.. .

Circle ,
I .Of Lawtey,58 We Have All The Latest Front End Equipment

,,' I.:'6 'All members" of the Supreme .
Forest Melvin Prescott, 58, of Law-
Woodman
Circle, Grove

278, are, invited to attend' a tey, died Sunday morning after '58 Ford Sta. Wagon '58 Hillman Minx .

I \ _.# Christmas party and,dinner:at extended: illness. A na- :
: : .. flGAYNOR. Mobleys1 I 'Restaurant Monday tive'of Baker County, he was :

i nighf: : Dee; 17, at730.. Each a retired farmer and a member Radio, Heat, Automatic Tr. White Beautiful. Black Paint. A real nice

- S 1 -M. I member is asked to bring- a. -:of the Highland Baptist S; ?Hires. Tu-Tone paint. Very Clean. second car.
,
i 260 sq. In., picture! ., gift not: to exceed f2'.for the Church .

- Id _ 'exchange of ,gifts.,;. Surviv1ng, are two brothers, j Ready to go.

( RcAvICTOR MARK 8 COLOR TV Eusha Prescott. of .Highland : '
I : and: Lonnie Prescott of Mid-j 59
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Recent Births, Chevy Biscayne
:
\ .' dleburg four sisters, Mrs. 1960 4.Door
- Outstanding Value in a Consolette Color TV VBradford ; I: Impala
Hattie and Miss Sina
Darley
i S Glare-proof High fidelity Color,Tube ounty Hospital i 2-Door V-8 Radio
- I Prescott, both Lawtey; and Heater.. Standard
announces the followingbUths Deluxe. Air Cond.Radio .
Factory
- .Super Power Chassis I : Mrs.: George Lastinger and : Hardtop, Trans" Original. Condition.
Alice both of Heater, Power Steering, Power -
- Mrs. Austin !
.Super-powerful"New Vista" Tuner Mr. and Mrs. David Hewett.

- I / Starke. a daughter; Lauralyn, S Daytona Beacb. Brakes, Power Windows, Power

- t '+\ I Dec;: 7.Mr. Funeral services were held at : Seat, Tinted Glass, White Tires. A
$ From $ ; i and' Mrs. Thomas Pre 2 pjn. Tuesday in the LongBranth I 1961 Ford d Falcon
Real
. ( $49500 vest Jr.. Keystone 'Heights, a Baptist Church, near Beauty.

- 4 daughter, 'Valerie Margaret. Maxvifle, with Rev. George ;
S f' i I D e. 11. Chism officiating. Burial was :i '58 Fairlane 500 One owner car. Radio, Heater, White

.5 II :Mr. and 'Mrs. Pred Stan. in the church cemetery under Wall Tires. Baby blue finish.
direction of DeWitt C. Jones :
I cliff Gainesville a daughter..
-:" Cheryl ,Ann Dec 11. Funeral Home. S 4-Door, V-8, Automatic Trans. Radio,

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold! ChiMs, I Heater White Tires. Beautiful
,
-S COMPLETE LINE OF CARD OF THANKS
"SbeTnIrnN '
Hampton, & daughter
Dawn
: & white Paint. 1962 Rambler
.
I green
- 19*tube (overtil dial) Regina, Dec 12, We the family of Mrs. Zonie .
S S 172&fltCtW Mr. and 'Mrs. John,W ker- Cason Raley wish to express -
; '
: STEREOS From 7995 i son. Law ey. a daughter. heartfelt appreciation 59 Impala 4Dr. Like new. A real good economy car.

'is Linda Gayle, Dec. 12.CARD' to our !friends and neighbors !

; ; .. $13995 ,} for the many kindnesses and:
,: S From OF THANKSWe assistance extended by them Hard-Top Deluxe. Factory Air Cond.
., Tudor d
1957
S ." : are sincerely grateful to during the period of her recent : Radio, Heater, Power Steering, Pow- Chevy I

3 r -. ,; BUY ON WINKLER'S NO CARRYING CHARGE PLAN t friends and neighbors' for illness and death. er Brakes, Power Seat, Power Windows Best
Immaculate Condition. buy on
their many kind acts during ,
White Wall Tires.
One owner
i our sad bereavement. Our appreciation : the
Jot.
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WINKLER H S Sten* Notebook, Steno j
ELECTRIC INC.i cannot be adequately '- Pea,. Tfpiof Paper Erasers;

S __,_, r_ .. expressed. The family 'oft K -rect Type Typewriter: You Can Trade Your Wa At Chevroletf
'234 N. TEMPLE AYE. PHONE 964-4301 i Herman Thomas., Ribbons, The. TELEGRAPH. y Gateway
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PAGE 'FOUR _____ "BPvADTORD-COUNIT.TELEGXiPnr-STARKE,.,FLORIDA THURSDAY' DEC. 13, .,19G3I :
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> .- -- - --- in beds under plastic was not
f < ; I maple: magnolia and many 1 1I somewhat stunted. the county i
I 't W/1. .sa.Farmer's I other -as suitable for home I II Hardest Freeze agent said. :i frozen at all or had a very
DiaryBy I i thin crust.
gardens. The earth in berry beds, not \
'-.. I hard i! Huggins said that approxi-
.ILJI.; : I under plastic, was frozen
: ... .. Sam McGarvey"snakes I To that list, however, we I In Many Years to a depth of about 1% inches, mately per cent of thipres-

'7'- ,, ... would, if wehad the money, Huggins said while the earth ent berry crop under. plastic.
1 -
Mortgage-.Money For Homes de here to stay add lot of .
.. Land a nursery stock.
I .*- -. (.. ; ?. t *t ,, I well have ,to live with them Such' as beautiful camellias. I Strikes Area FLEXIBlE

Needed To Meet Our Growth Needs as safely as possible." It wenton We'll never forget the mar-j KEEPS OUT COLD, SHATTER PftOOf

to list the snakeproof velous collection owned by Joe ,LASTFbRiRS

s I equipment available for hunters Hill Williams of Lake Butler,I A solid week of below freez- HOLDSJU HEAT, -(Li 1)

'.I-. New home construction in Starke untangling of governmental red tape..1 and other outdoorsmen: who loved the blossoms he ing temperature was climaxed Saves up to1055onfuel

:, coptinues at a, satisfactory pace in Ther is, no cuiestion that need for I and urged use of precautions, kept planting until he could ;' Thursday morning when the

: .spited the serious, handicap .that has such an institution in Starke was! ; such'as: steppiiig ON instead | gather a bushel of them in' mercury dropped to 12.5 degrees eR1'

: always existed here of having "to beg"for shown, and doubtless it will eventually j t of over a S log. !.I season. S ', at the Frost Warning
Service
: ; mortgage For reasonS would have j Last week we had a number; i weather station here.
money. some although its arrival !
come, ,TJF: horticulturists say that In the meantime, we make In the longest sustained 29t
that has never. been satisfactorily explained been immeasurably speeded had only! of beautiful red flowers at; do with what afford. '! OUT ___ .
out place. Then came a' 25-j i many. native ,shrubs-and trees''i i we can "hari freeze" in at least 25 Just Cut-ami Tack Oft ---
: thd fellows with money to one application been filed. ['degree freeze and about the shouldbe, used for beautifyingthe :| One of Sam's delights is a'!' years, mercury dipped to 32 -

: lend.have looked down their noses at Another encouraging factor on the t only red left was at the tips t home gardens because :i''; sweet gum which he got from i| degrees just after 4 p.m. Wed- zp siStSOoiiiii.

I putting: it out for home construction home-building horizon is the report's of our noses. The wintry blast they do 'well and' are avail-. i i the New River swamp as a'I nesday.. By. midnight it had o

; in. Starke. Instances have come, to light from New 'York: .financial circles that knocked over our turk's cap ; able. They list yaupon. was!:: tiny seedling, and which toI ,I dropped- to 18 and the 12& p_% ,.-#I ....--....... ........dI...-.. .. I --..-............w-_,._.
: where .loans hav been ,refused even the cost of financing a home mortgage banana tree, pink_angel trum-! myrtle gallberry wild azalea,, i I day is 12 feet tall and growL degree low was recorded between f I I'WEJ4AVE
crinum, partridge- pea,, dogwood red l t ing into a fine tree. I 6:30: and 7:30: ajn. FLEX.O.
when the .mortgagees had cash to put is on the way down. Leading observers pet, volunteer zinnias | GENUINE LAss-.

: "1 into the deal up.to one-third of the cost in. Washington are making flat predictions --! and all but one of our poin-. i J .- f .. i Thursday. At 9 aon. the read-
ing was 18 degrees with little
: of ,the home. On the face of it,: that that a real sag. is pending,' se t as., I prospect it would rise above : STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES

would appear to be a very safe investment evidences of.which are already appear-! Alice saved a number of the'I i, 32 during the day. Readings in

:, for. an institution with money to ing. The demand for mortgage money 1 J i, poinsettia blooms by cutting. the :!O's were predicted again I 215 E. WASHINGTON. ST.lalioncklloiiii. .. .

lertd? has been falling off, while the supply j i, them the night before the! for Thursday night. i -

: Why this! seeming prejudice againsta has been increasing, it is reported.If i freeze.With,Sam as assistant,I Unofficial readings even i!,

'community with a foundation as this is true, apparently :Starke I'| she cut and burned the cut! lower than IZ1* were reported j '

;._" firmly established as Starke's is hard is running contrary to the trend, with I tips with a paper-taper fire 1L )1,1 uYa.PitriJeSS 4fo f by individuals. County Agent Mak ;

: to understand. Perhaps it can be attributed local builders reporting stepped up aC', and also scorched the w6unlleft < !F =POlkA'. NEBR,== .: front porch G. T. thermometer Huggins said stood his / t )

to mental, from a rather than the There'I' by stripped leaves. The
a hangover tivity reverse.
% at 11 at
flowers survived the .' degrees 7:30: am., and
false impression created twenty years has always been a shortage of good i and now beautiful operation the'I. Wherein the.sunny days sent'fOr it. It was a nice service I I Gene Sellers of Farmers Mutual GIVE THE GIFT
% ago when the Miami Herald and several housing in Starke, and this shortage: are ef, .Indian Summer hare I and he read from his Exchange said the i--: O *
I garden room.
ther-I ( >
; other metropolitan newspapers predicted will continue as the town continues to! S t gone. The ,earth has & book and the congregation all I mometer there stood THAT FUN.LOVING '

: that Starke would become a Aside from damage to'orn-- t white. ..covering. and: the I took part and it was so very I when he came to work Thursday PEOFlE ,/ THE

: "ghost town"( ? with the closing of Camp grow.And grow it will-in spite ofthosedire mentals, the freeze' did no:-I wild blows cold. t ice. It is the Christian i morning. I WANT MOST! 0yTf'FTV,
Once such is fixed of to. and intact J f church.i r am sure I am going Low readings at the Frost
: Blanding: an image predictions twenty years !ago. damage crops Bells; of silver i;lightly sjtaging I I II
: in the public mind, it takes at least! a Starke can't miss. It has too many probably helped the berries "Joyous. Christmas" now are to be very happy ih this Drawers town.HELPFUL Warning Station since last : 4- NIFTY ,

: generation to dispel it, no matter how things in its favor: and greens. It held back the bringing HINTS. I, Friday are as follows: : rONDA"50>' 0

I : ridiculous. it is, or how .much, at variance !. Our location at the hub of three berries and it is. hoped Balm'to men and pea'ce to I that stick I rub with also parafin rub- I Dec. 7. . 22.5 ..
\ strengthened the price of greens or toilet soap. I have
.
Dec. 8 30.5
: with the actual .facts. stratie. highways, as well as on the all.Words. /1: '' '
by reducing competitien. up- I bed the! door sill of the chapel Ii Dec. 9 . 32.0 : .
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music softlydriftthg
: As everyone should know by now, raih'OeJ "main line. country. I ., and when door closed hard. I haye I Dec.l0..25.5Dec.

Starke did not become a ghost town Our recreation facilities-not only S S S ,, ., lift- found that if you put machine 11 . 22.0Dec.

; after Camp Blanding closed. The citizenry God-given ones, such as our numerous With the stocking .ofninemore Echo ing p'hias.that.were oil on your old typewriter rib- 12 . 31.0 i

: would not permit it. It has lakes and wonderful climate-but. also fish ponds in the county, J Long from a mon it will write like new. It Dec. 13 . 12.5 :

a enjoyed substantial and steady growth man-made ones, including golf courses mostly former "borrow pits," stall, ,ago" manger-, is just dried, out. It worts. County Agent Huggins said :

since that'time, and its position today (two in Bradford County), fair facilities there now is a large number Like a prayer the stanzas EASY POPCORN BALLS., it would be hard to estimate t i
favorable in its entire bowling rink and of artificial fish farms -in this Melt in a heavily buttered, skillet -
: was never more alley, skating falL damage to greens in Bradford
section. Use of borrow pits for t 1 package of marshmal.lOws. -
S 100-plus years of existence. many others. Iii the glory of thiS hour, County until the sun had been !
this purpose seems a good When all melted pour
: Without a local building and loan Our emergence as a communitywith otherwise the I Radiant. as a new-blown on the frozen crops a while. I
idea as spots over 4 .or 5 quarts of poppedcorn.
; 4 association, most of Starke's mortgage a well balanced agri-business are unsightly and unproduc"tive. flower, f ,! Make into b 1lS. They Tnere was very little frost ;

: : money has had to come from out economy-the "comeback" of the ; The suggestion is made I Carols, chimes and measured are soft and nice so anyonecan Thursday morning, and straw- ; The fatiulous Honda "50" delivers more fun per mile than

: of'.town sources, who cannot be as sympathetic strawberry industry, as well as the that the edges of these pits!;' beat eat. berry bloom had already been : anything else on the road. Beautifully designed and precision

: to our needs and understanding other type of industry such as ilmenite be sharpened by the road contractors i On hallelujahs now repeatA I am sitting in the little killed by a heavier frost sev- : built, it's the light and lively machina that's making everyone
of so that they be t: message of undying room off the living by eral days ago.
local mining extraction may room
our potentialities as a hydrocarbons cloth- worth Traces of snow tell here enthusiastic about whoel tr vel.! Easier and safer to ride
: institution would be. The situation has ing and furniture manfacturing and better used as ponds. : the. window. I can look out
Christchild's' but b'ke
S S 5 i The miracle of'the early Wednesday morning, than a Wor'rfUI gift!
improved a little in the last two or pulpwood operations.Our i ; and see it snowing lightly. My I 225 miles per jallon
1rth.
In reading Bartram. our favorite $ ... the street melted on contact with the I
!
: three years; but the prospective homeowner "ace in the hole" of ,a County outdoor Florida I -Margie Boswell good neighbor across ground. $ 7fl00| ea:..:.tri. :,staler, ; cjtianalt
author ,
I on is postmistress and she just : S '1t r *>- r.tins|| Jf 45
still has much of
which
: more a selling Development Authority has the
we find the oak-I afed How true the above now called and wanted me to After a quick inspection of Electric Starter 3 or 4 Speed Transmission
: job to do to get his construction money means-industrial sites and financesto hydrangea in this area is poem.

: : than a man of comparable means andS move quickly when opportunity pre,named for him. Leaves of this We' would, have no Christmas, be party her at guest the at chtirch a Christmas for the several berry fields Thursday $30.00 Additional Choice of Colors
I had not Jesus been born in morning, Huggins said that
integrity in a town where such an institution sents itself to woo new industry. shrub are a. beautiful red- the lowly mang iover 1900 Sunday school class that I will CONf1.IIINT;: TERMS FRlENOLV' SF.hviCE
.. is located. And last, but not least-our "co: bronze color at this time. The bells attend. I am not ready for plants on plastic mulch would
years ago. on my
: Thanks largely to one of our "good operative climate" which is not the ::0 S S door sing out a Merry Christmas parties as yet. The hurt is show little if any damage from MCGRifF'S TRADING MART

: neighbors," however, Starke is faring least of St rke's many .attractions. Again we find that when I brought them from Nebraska still in my heart and I would the cold. Plants not on plas- ,

: a little better in the mortgage money Contrary to the handicap suffered by visiting the Alibamu Indians, ,, They are metal and rather be alone with Gabby tic might redden-up and be'' 130 N. Court Street Starke, Fla.

I market at'' thts'time, and the effect many small 'communities .(notably in he i was presented with li nd- when "Moved give out a tinkling and writing to all of you. Time I--

S can be seen in the number of new one of our neighboring counties woven baskets of luscious. wild .sound.: I have them hungas will heal and give me cour- -
)
: homes now under construction plan- strawberries. found abundant ,usual on the light fixture ag*,to face the world. i
or Starke and Bradford County have no throughout the country, except in center or the' 1 haH Qabby like to stand on his CITY FISH
,, : C ned for the immediate future. OneS factions that are consistently at outs around hers [00'our I.them the same in jroom.Nebraska :: hind feet and look out the : I

building firm has at least eight new with each other creating ,an unfavor- knowledge, that isi.S I I have so things of front window. Ha! He barksat AND MEAT MARKET
.
many
: Homes (total value around $131,750)) able climate into which industry hes- S S Don's that, he never seems too dogs passing and children.I I' I

: under construction at the present time, itates to come. We have differences of Read a good article to'Florida far away and.I joining in thefestivities .Now he is curled in his blanke'i. -'

p and at least four more on the planning opinion, of course, but after a thorough WILDLIFE which said as he used ,to long asleep. We always rest af- ;
: boards. now it only .ter": dinner, Gabby and I. I lie ;
airing, we have always been able to ago seems ye$ YAIPESGALORE
I : The chances are that Starke would join forces again and push forward last Christmas. 'I findjnyself down on the davenport and :

already have its own building and loanassociation toward a mutually beneficial goal. even talking. -himand,. the ;. he curls up under the blanket:,
I beside me. My house seems
I other night I dreamed I saw
: chartered and, hi I
operation This It should'be
is
I I as and that him .just. as. .'.plain'. and the old cozy and, warm. I have a gas I
,. : except tor the unfortunate fact thatapplications is why Starke will:continue to grow "happy' .feeUngf' was in my furnace.: I have such good well

I U foe a charter were filed and prosper while other communities heart. I awoke to find myself water. It has an.electric pump i

: by two {different groups, necessitating dissipate their energies in useless bick- alone with Gabby. :under the house somewhere.'

a hearing in Washington and the usual ering. Dear.Mr. Editor Today ,I went' to church as Ha! I can hear it pumping

MORE ABOUT COURT usual with April my lovely, when I draw water. My bathroom I* FRESH
upI s. HOUSE sweet Grnda gh't r. She drives is small and so good and I

A Challenge' To BHS Athletes Alachua County has been the.new Chevy ant} it was warm. I go there to undress' HAMBURGER .
. I' ,
for. bed and feel happy. S
for several years In the same snowing when. she .drove up. I
I ,, predicament that we are now '.The wind .was. blowing hard. So,the days pass ,for ,me. .I il '

I : Although Bradford High School's present the Tornadoes a greater chal- in. What have they done abouttheircourthouse but she did not seem tomind. pray much arid sing Christ-II: BEEF LIVER--- ,
: sudden auiter this week mas carols. I will go my.. ,,
from the Keystone Conference lenge than did the Keystone formation. ) Tuesday of was anice I
I : caused much shock and surprise It would Starke After careful ,planning and day and ,my Bon. Albert son's for.Christmas, plan toj BOtbONA---- ,
mean that would be
: among local coaches and fans : consideraGorf, they have-finally .:came over to. get my. station spend Christmas "Eve with
the second from smallest
school in the
Ii
reriovatsti the old one,addedto "wagon and take me to New them too.
S the find '
outcome
could turn out to be .. ,
: new conference, putting them aheadof etc. .Now they have one.castle. It.is.our .county seat' SM.QKED, LRS.
,a good thing for the Mfetty, Merry Christmas -
entire
{I : athletic county's only Live Oak, reversing their present of the best courthouses in the and I1.register so:I'can.vote I' SAUSAGE------

program. position in which they are the largest -: state, and at far less, cost to now next election.. I also went I The time the merry
merry
: It is' well known history in local school in :the conference.But the taxpayers than it would tosee my Veterans Service! time of.Christmas., .

: circles that BHS gridders were cham- a victory,jany victory, under have been had they built-a Officer about my.widow's pen-, Pleasant merry ancient SAUSAGE

: pions oft {the Keystone loop for five competition such as, that proposed by new one. I understand that sion., I bought: a ,.f ew-'things Christmas MEAT -
SuWannee County is in the at the stores: ,We ate dinnerat .
e years in a row, after its inception 'in Coach Hurse would, we think, mean Growing younger every
same plight that we are in, a cafe and I was happy. I
: 1957. Almost everyone would also much more than a victory in Keystoneloop and that they are planning to have not, driven my. 'station year!
I : agree 'that the Tornadoes this year play has meant. But,what is even da the same-as Alachua'Coun- wagtfrt 'but once: 'since r came So I sing the old songs ot1 j

: 'could have, with just a little good for- .better, we think, is that the Tornadoes ty has done. : ,here. J. do. not..know my way My- heart childhood.Is'glad, and>thankful.-. 1 PORK CHOPS

: turie. ). made it six championships in a have proven that they can stand the! Why cant oar County' com- about, and>So muih traffic. I God bless you all, ,:

: row. test In a 6-4 season that cannot tie, missioners' get.busy and formulate wiliwa\t\ un&f Spring to.drive. Love, iMOTHER t

: ',After ruling the roost for five called their best, the Tornadoes lost i some planiLtheigo will X have' to get' my Indiana driver LTJRA
'
Gainesville and get. all s icense when I get new ;
to.
I straight years, giving way only to Live to Palatka by only two points, ,and ,to, the- facts as to what it would ,auto tags., I THE 'BIGHT, POINT, for Uu>, CENTER CUT END CUT

: Oak who this 'year was lucky enough, Lake City and Gainesville High School have : cost to build anew;. one, _"i'tliS9 taken, into the way you write. Come.ter'arid ,
: to. win 11 straight games, Tornado by only'six points; and they had beaten and what it did. cost to d* "- ; ;morning herein select roar f.ToriteL ESTER-: '.
"
: coaches: and fans may decide the time the prior two teams the previous two what they' have done. I think Cowri. They brought' iny letter J,BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH -: C 1 C

: is at, hand ioptna athletic program to years. that would settle one. question from Ponca". Nebr. Minister' -- J, 49

: move on to bigger and better things. It ii hoped .therefore-: that ,Bradford for good. '- ,,' .LBg 69 LB.
;High ,coaches\ players, and fans :Thenwe\ would: hear more
( I : It a new conference with schools .
complaints about.the noise ,in C/ iXfont Old! Fashion
will
: sucHiis: Palatka f St. Augustine, Perry, "tossed'out\; ;rise to.:?:' of the.the challenge of being the courtroom upstairs. :Wen .
Lake City Live Oak Keystone Conference. here i is the solution to that [hi ,,
also ousted I
from
.. By. the fact : BEEF! CHUCK
of their i
very action
connection with former
I : the Keystone my -
loop along with .
Starke J fRUIT
the Keystone coaches from rival schools to the add- CAKES.
letters pertainiiig
be formed AlitCHUCK
nOAS1LB.
.: : can by Coach David, as suggested last week admitted the Tornadoes to be.too good .tibnsJ: partition off about ,

Hurse, it will indeed for them. We hope they are right! halt of the present court room,, .

t ; '. .. at. the* north end which is..I, \.*' t."For. Ie.Sale. bY'. .Starke Jaycees_at.

; i t it....... .., iE ; : ,. .1' '! "-, dead condition spacenywayltben and soun -Proof air-the 1 I Wuin-Dixie- .Shopping. Center STEAK -' LB.

: ':- t .' ... .. VIlE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH southern.portion..That, in my!I : -. ', SATURDAY, DEC. 15 .
". ESTABLISHED !870Florida's opinion would cure all the Also Be ;
i Can Purchased: Airy Of Thr
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i .f, oldest vreeldyNewspaper A word or suggestion to the FollowlnJ.Plaees '
> r .. Published Continuously wise should b .- sutt1eient.L ''; .2: ,E gIe's Department Store. > -. BRISKET STEW lb0 39C

I. : ,:*.!.;-. "F'LOi A ES S tJnder Ths, Santa would .enjoy, reading 0-; 1. r: w Jiffy Food l Store" :

< Masthead .pinibns. from others on this': ::. ". ,City Fish, and. Meat MarketGardner's .. I
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E. MATTHEWS 'J- t : ,
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-H' : '... Editor and[ Owner .:,. : L. ;t 't. T'dwn_-. .." IK>use' .-auaiit-LeT. 8i1lei41j OPEN h .. 6A.M.
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: 4jMOt'ITH' 1.79 six'NO Tt1' Z.OO ; '- DAYS
; I WE STOCK A COMPLETE LINE OF'OROCERIFS
: .I"' THREE MONTHS lcd THREE MONTH .' 1.18 jQbttjs.w Jrom the: Koch Drug Store
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THE RIGHT TOEST for tleTOfi 'I'" Get Ready for College and -Admit 1 t'whnse resident iiid""address IB 'liey.S.; :T.;Vruggs!, Post OfficeIi I! -' Starke: Florida OF STARKE, FLORIDA Pauline Doris Lee.Defendanjt.' ';:' 'the Clerfe, cf the Circuit <"our>

Y.I.\ riteCope' in aqil SchapMark your, Clothes Youths 'I.unknown. .'f':" 19;, y Gdinesrilie Florida! I By: Merrill' .2f
Ton are- herebynotified that and file the original. In the of- : City Clerk City Clerk NOTICE TO APPEAR. I Onuary'" l1IiotPt.tfI! !! !- the al"of -
select OlOt favorite: ESTEIltountala I Fountain, Pens3L9$2.95. Car Theft A. .f suit- for DiTorce'ind 'resto{ari; fke'of the Clerk of the Circuit! 11-29. 3f 15-1S 'i, i iCALL j i 12-U St 13-2i: ; | To: Pauline Doris Ix>'., ..,1io&e..1 Ietwtiena laid( Compkunt wMas !
i,lion of 1 :,fit.; residence and address is: 4060 i bf' taken ''conf''s.- by you
UnOQK',, Pen, TELf- ble-Laundry Marking 29c up 1 former _n&lIIe.has been Court at. StarkeJ. Worida.. on !, '. --- ": ----- i
r1rt\rir; i! ,I. t. filed against, you an- the :above .or' teforerVthe'18tli day. "of De- !:, FOR BIDS I I.V COiTyJt'DGF.S; COHn.IX Garden:' Avenue., Erie Pennsyl-j i 'Tlria n.tits shall bi' published
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ire vatiia -- i lonl's CA--U week- cur eonsPlcutlvaweek -
and :
and
Two Bradford County teenagers ;: Court cause you cenibwXD.:; :.' l6:,: j! Sealed lids will I.Ht received;; AMI Toil RRAOFORUfttVVrV You are hereby notified that ,!:{ ; *.. 1T to serve' 'of '
'required .
: .c l'r: CHARLES A 'pARP.T {I!i ;;o(1)( clock r..1. 'Vttlucosday, Fl.ftRlDA: .
;: jailed, last week. ctn ,a your answer o"-plpadini' the ;; <>y*the .City Council of the Citr'tor In re: Kstaie of' a suit for Divorce has been fHj j;'CUNTY TELEGRAPH.Dated.
Delicacies Clerk ;ot'the' Circojt Court :: :
Filberts Enhance ; : i indiu !h .a Iflth d>r'of DaCHARbKS -
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j ; bicycle theft this week confessed ?j: complaint on' the Plaintiffs At- Bradford Coun.tjtFlorida, Starke,.,Florida, at the City N'e'J W. Kearce, deceased ed'against you in the above ".I lcnibr.' ._.
tornry J. C., Sapr P. O. Box 448, !" I! Hall in Starke. Florida, uatii :\utit'r" of FiUuR Prtltinn for <*d Court and cause and. you j 1' 2 .
to ; :an automobile ; Hyla'ri3.n. L7 Crosby. .+ PARBT.Clt"
stealing
Green Cove SprIng@. Florida' "x January* 2,, 1983, with bidders to I'lonl Dir1i.irKe uf Executor are required to !'f'r\"t > copy of *
Htvuil
from in front of...,the V O.: and file the -oriyina! in 'the& 6ffice Deputy Clerk ]i! be n9Hiod .of opening date. :i: Notice is hereby given' that I your answer or pleading to the : t> the ( C"tiuB.v :
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4 Building ,November 13, acoyding ;: of the Clerk of tffe Circuit U22'4t. J-i3; .;- I,| !Sealed; bids" to be received on. j: has filial" my final returns. asiexecutor I I 'ourt'nn "Bradford Cui' ;/ Deputy of Deceinher, 1062; otherwise CALL"FOn HID*, I 'ONE-1SC3: Truck. 22,990: GVW Pearce: deceased; that 1 haTe Gre.eii Cove Springs: Florida: and! ,, I srtt.l
Sheriff. .'WilididVilliams.. the allegations of "aid Complaint 'Sealed 6ldrf will! \k'received{ b.v; 174" \VlieeL 1U&: i fii.! ?d.my petition for distribution file the nnginal in the office of 17.12.44: 1-3:;
One yoathK,17-year-old Cecil !: will be taken as confessed by'' the City Council of the City of'' l u!" Cab to 'axle i arid for final ti charge, au<) : '
Q : ;' you: Starke, Florida at the City llaU'ui :302"oiC: In. ETD-""A'-S engine i that' Oil the 11{tit day of January. Law '
William Blevins of This notice' shall be published Stajke, Florida, until 7:00 i io.'clock :with integral-governor. I 1963, 1 will apply to the Honor- I.
,t tey, was arrested by Starke 1i : once eah week for four con'- f ['.M.'l, 'n"'TJe''dat. Decamber ; Minster Brakes abU Thtroa A. lawn, "ounty:
: i Police at the Bradford County ; secutiVe weeks in the BRAD ': : 13,1t6.; at which time Dual Electric Wipers Judge of Bradford County, 3f44 Garcia' Home Dairy
tS- found ;: FORD COUKTT TRLEdRArH : and place ail bids received will ono IAJ. front axle t Florida; for approval{ of said fij j
Fair when riding a-
-Dated this' ?S day of Novemberj i b* iHiblifly opened and read a- i ilioud' 17,000 II>. rear axle naj: returns and for an order
;4n bicycle stolen, last. September .:* 1:16: :. 60 the. folowing: | Heavy duty front and rear j of distribution and for filial '' For FRESH MILK
i: 29.. He. said'he, took the bicycle -: CHARLES A. HARny.I' ONE, ',-- 1963 Rating two-ton, ; springs with ;i dlfoftsrpo as executor of the will
: Clerk Cou.rtCy Heavy helper springs/ on I j of Nell TA" Pea rrl!. deceased.
'in'f nftheCircuit; Bis -ryiinder i
: front ol the engine truck,
from j December 10, 1962.
: Marian L.r Crosby ]: ,1 rear j DELIVERY.
DAILY
with ILP- less
rating not
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; A. J. THOMAS, JK. -
'r'I I Florida Theatre and repaInted Deputy Clerk ; more' Heavy duty cooling system "
than 140 and 'not
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w j ed it. The other.yout w.as .M- (SEAL) i than 155. Cab: 1hl chassis! Go a'mp. alternator (, publication December:

: plicated ., when B}eyina was:i 11-20 4t 12-20. J 154--15S' Wheel 'lla e. si> I I825x2plJpls'tires I I Heavy! .duty-Id-lKittetT90Ux20 Pr. tires dual !I Ireo 13IU.: 1962. Pasteurized Homogenized;
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I PIERCE
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Z b t questioned ; \O'TICi.r _ArPE.tlft. : ps.. twQ', "speed axle, power i rOfton I A tVornysatlav
hv i b(also stpliTa/blcjcieojii, : J : \ thc. /: ToTUehiia J%>. Pare,.iehmtant.l: take' off, with r cicculai: ; 1 j 1 ( road rear tires) with j. "/'P."f\5 for+.h Temple- Are. :* Skim Milk
; tnl.es
sam shX; te'' j ji address : Ind type lie her, ;::Ptarke, Florida
turn
!: fL. _", II whoe is 18..taur\ sir; Vive speed transmission! j
-ftAIs.:. *- ht. .ti. ;' 12-13 It 13aTICF.:: Buttermilk
xi i While: being' held in the ; Street Emporia, VlfgrJnia: i >n'- -' urspeed'transmission. Standard frame j
Bradford'Couxity.7a11' : the two' Ton: a.l'o" Wreby 1; aotjfiede{ thai .".' color: "OnV- West ''coast mirrors tooth r
a suit for. divorce half been'filedagalntt ; ahaorange. i j sides I :\ TO DEFEND *
youths, bedaine 'irppllcaied! in : -pVnniff'V. Pare: pile : 'ls-: t'\VI-ton Chocolate Milk ,
t : Ford
: """ you .; IE: '! \ Color: Orange Ohma.. In. Circuit Cuurt. Jlradford
i ;;|loliday'radiance surrounds us and busy hands hurry totd!! !i the ''theft..of",'i\2: Renault. Elaliitiff\ thV (Cifpufi Con'fff! ,. .tfuck' with ..caboiias- Delivery in Atlanta, Ga. ('uuo,,-. Florida< In Chan- *
those preparations that signify the yuletide.Traditional delicacies I I belonginsvtff Mrs, tinge. Tai of Bradford County Florida- in'1Cltanoejy 1 '*; < to tr.ad in, The 'sa it,! City Council reran [ ctrr "'I1Mt'. No. 13-1 SI. Coffee Cream
are a part of this season and few are more welcome than homemade \ : and youtare" i-qnired-i; Tha efvidCit Council,..repert-i: cs the riabt to accept or reject Robert }o'. Lee, Jr..
i candies. Oregon filberts add a touch of glamour and special- I turn of Lawt J.. The_ car W&lS to serve-a't'oprof your' anWerj es the tight to acceptor'rejectany ,1 any or all bids. Plaintiff, Patronize Your Home-Owned Dairy.

f ness: to all our favorites '... 1 |1 taken from ;hi front' of theti .or other' pleading to the Coinplalrit i- or :all bids.' CouncilCf City of CITY COl'XCIL OF CITY \'S :... 1 '
CitJ''
on't11S
uso Building the night of Plaintiff's. > --attpr-I; '
J Filbert Orange Squares I !
I % cup-,chopped Oregon % cup boiling Water I Tuesday, November, 13. where] \
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filberts 2 cups sugar i> Mrs. Tatum had; parked it' -

i' \ % cup chopped dates % cups water I while attending, adult ,education ;;
.2packages orange'Powdered. : sugar v classes. I Iv.
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:flavored gelatin : -- ?..'. -i j According to Deputy Wll- k 1IT1 n OF FLORIDA

Toast filberts,'chop coarsley and combine with dates. Dissolve : hams the car was$ found Nq- '
.. gelatin' n,boiling water; let stand 15 minutes. Boil sugar and -jTgqt*:?'& 'V5vZ"J00fc .
water without stirring until it spins a thread, (2380).Pour hot vember 21 by a Starke .insurance & Formerly

i syrup over gelatin, stirring. Let stand until begins to set stir in } ..salesman while it was' .s !>

filberts and dates. Pour into 8-inch pan rinsed in cold water:Ltt | paikcd,: beside 1 a road where ,.. Cl Robbins'ThrUUngly
set. Cut into 1-inch squares. and roll' in powdered sugar. Makes. ; tle.t, ; ro bays, had pushed it.: a
about 60 squares. burned out.the !
after they-had
For a sure touch of the holiday spirif.aenel: f, ;, .
I clutch.., The two'told Williams'they
Sherried Filberts j r OPEN NIGHTS TILL 14 THURS. FRI. SAT. DEC. 20 21 22
I took, the car after find : 830FRI., DEC. ,
;i3.cups, toasted Oregon2 cup Sherry wine i :ins the k Ys..in, jt and'drove' ,,
filberts 1 cup sugar '; :.
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it:around seme before hiding
% teaspoon cinnamon' ,'i 1 t i:
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Toast filberts; remove skins. Boil sugar and sherry to soft ball 1t in the woods. ... Jo. .

stage ((236,), Remove from heat, add filberts and cinnamon. Stir Every few days the, pair ,.>.. ., .
until;mixture is cloudy. Turn out onto waxed paper or greasea!. would: go back, arid play with 1 -, \tt'"

'pan, and quickly separate nuts. 4 li I i the car.' but -finally they burned : ; ) Girls Baby DoU swearers

,Every holiday seasons' all-around favorite is homemade fudge; the .clutlfc But. They I then Feminize.Wundce .,.: : .. ]99

.., especially when it's a family fudge party. Toast Oregon filberts" :)I.pushed.lt t>nt" th /.'Wghway- in .. .
at 215"for 20 minutes, then rub the filberts between towels or;: hopes of getting it started but< Shorty PJ'g
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hands to remove skins. Stir chopped filberts into your favorite,. :, 4 from our fabulous collectionI
that it ,
left be-
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recipe for. fudge. Happy holidays. !. ___ ,.
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I ,. . .1 Deputy Williams said he' flannel PJ's from 1.99 t from 99
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IT* shoe-,
'car .theit by using* the

v eryb,9dy ,: print of .ons ofthem. The sole 4 :R > Bfw ask..,
of the shoe of Blejins* accomplice Sets'r

had several creases worn ,
: 1 lid it from riding his stolen ] .

f Reads bicycle,, Williams\ said and he : < Banlon or Bulky
: compared shoe print of Peignoir '

I ; the boy with, tracks found, Z ,' n Glamour Dresses Slipovers and

i where the. cat had been push-
't' t ed fIom..th woods? and; ound CardigansFancy

1 them to be witiithatjlnformation id ntica}.. When: 2'9' For Holiday Slim Jim
confronted !!-

,, the deputy said, the boys; : :0: Fe3tivities 1' Sets from
confessed.

Both boys are.still. being 1 Compare? from
6 7, held in the, county .jail .avrait- AI 3.99 to 5.99
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at 4:99:
t ing disposition n oi their; cases*

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town on, left. of the, road. Sheaths :
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i School; 10 a m.. Sunday NlghiWorship. .; !
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j :, Rev. Carl Edmondson: pastor Fully, .' : -

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I CHURCH ; Gowns MENSmax' I ,
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The Telegraph .
537 W. Can Sti't,:: Starke 1f! Ii Boy's ROBES

: Rob.L.,Badtfetf#,,Ml\ hist er T Pajamas from 2.99
Sunday School) .- 9:4S ,a. m. r.1 59 Ii from J49PAJAMAS

,Each time The Telegraph goes to Church Wo Shin.:.10;45 'a. m Robes 3.99,4.99, 5.99 .

Chi. Rho, 5:30': p. .ftj.: Choir i gRd;;

press WITHOUT YOUR AD, you practice, ,6:30: p: ra. < YF, 7 p. e Lm A Sweaters from 5.99 ,:

I y m", Prayer ,Meeting.. 7:30: p. ,, T?, 4.49 a t
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m. Wednesday.-- : i r., z Cotton and Flannel
are' the to ? Dress Shirts
missing opportunity place ; ;. 2.99

f"f" .... F' XOTIC'E'. Ih'hiAfoFoci,, '.,: ; a q from I 99BOOTS
your sales talk in '3,200; h.oI11es.in 1.i. BIDStj ... PajamaS "a Sport Shirts 2.99 :
j. ITEM 1 -- MAT R'At, Tn { l1'

Bradford, Union, and Clay Counties .,'' furnish-.all motors' refrtfferatlon* compressors machInery !,!-, .'. l'1' .t, : ''; uIJP << i Flannel ;
condensers. .e (ulpment. and ':
ate > "
t'' 1 *! sories with''tit (:)'''disco n.-' i t ; ; r.i Shirts from 2.49 \ from
t .:., .' sect switches andall "electrical 2 99" 1 ; 499
I wtrtoff and Ul other It ms'or mas -I 't

I!! ::1, corapleterefrlgeriitibn"iinU.terials! nec esarjr.; to: Ijavlrig otker :-a; ,, .:. "." Jackets from 5.99 ::..:

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1 You're missing the opportunity to >l r.! room' than approXtirt&trty'Insfall"t7on; tori; "cooler 30'. i r rand _' '.T 'l;4-.49- ; 'F/ Flannel 1 Shirts
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.1? 'oVaUCh 'sii I tttguaran> :
i I reach han/'\O;OO'Q potentialconsumers he.a. drop from''S3 degtetar.to' p '. '; :' +Banlon Stretch Socks .69 I ft! t. Size 4 to 16
more j-38_ to. 42 depr )IJ; jfrUHltt} 41 hours .

since .each t is 1 read (h f and.ITEMS3BAT held -This:' ropitattir:$|At,3.Toifurni6h *. ". : ,SIrt: $ 'and lalf Slips' NyW Stretch - 2 for 1.00Boys' i. : '. '. 199f

: paper ; two T (J).CblJ.l} refrie- I'J..t" .
..erato;- dootsr- one of which is < \.. \ '\
,tk be-3''; V 6'6. giggle-waf. for .. f 1.99 ,t !
than three people (Some
by s 9m
more "
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Ji Mnld wall. .ud, this, other. 4'6" 2t Cowboy F Outfits
t x "'6,". doubl*'s4 al ..for eiterioiI -,. Panties'' from. 39c Sl a

I'I'( are. \.. ,, even. passed from family to family i j-factocs wal*;. .including ortX-aglngs") prefab"t'd"'ar, readjrifoc add.- 't'h t;. ,. Bladll ':-' Sweaters 599. .
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instillation but, notnbJud.
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t )) .Through; no other awl edlum can i lag 1TRM. lahor IJwixSTAtiLATioX,: TtfiCntsli'adilittonal '. Rod'vttJte "rl' .- f
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t; materials iwssafcr'and i Slipover and i ;
Button-up : Shirtsi
i you reach so'maiiy i' at so little expense i:-'.' fliilf.r 'tu' 1st'.tl1 r@- ... ,: __ Cowboy

. f LL rrigreratlon e uioraent'*. Uat4: IB \
T IiPnt "I jikAvA. i 199
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For as little as. 90 cents you ,: ITEM all INSTALLATION a .dUional materials: Tofurnish' ..; from 3.49 .

Land tabor. for t1te.'comptek. bi-
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f can get' your advetising: 'message into ste,11at'' ) .et. the doora and door! :
r tj':\thhs. 'U: calledtQt, In. .Ijeto 2 ff B
nhnve.Separate. ots
3,200 homes. Postage alone on i'. )JiI))**' coufst! be fur- '
rxish'-d for pal'lJ- item Hated Jackets
abAll, !pah eQ.-pipi ent t< bAii. .Boys'
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a: government post card to the same '- ..tilled in a' ooler room local, ;a ,: : -. .-;} \ /1 $499

: ", .. ; .' 1 f'of ''otp 1. Southeast Starke Stated(!o111 \Farin.rr-of TJaltyNa c Ties, Belts l --t from 1.00! : : '

number I 1.: of homes would cost'$96 ,'.Market.. 8 4)1e J'oddFoF.: : Z flit. :, .,,. : : from 4.99 \Ii up TO
details 1 wrU"t... IL L'1'Chi f. \ *
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But. whether you've got, 90 cents_ or Aida reserve, Phone the QTpress Yight' to-'J-Jlj accept Te or Boys Belts- -- from .8!; Boys' Gloves & Mittens from .?7.
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t I, Vejfeet: anyf parf'bf'anr; bid or ,
i air bids in' the best Interttt of, I
$90 to spend on your: adyertis'mgmessage ,'the State. Farmers' .Market'pro'ram :-,

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1 you can,still get the MOST\ Cemmhsi liner of Agriculture-. ;>
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FOR YOUR MONEY in the columns 1< "

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1 of The Telegraph. What wduldyou ronrr ("n1'ntLQRlD.I': -4
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(I l '1 ', ;xt'week Marv: Juju TVither"% )Mason 50" f" .. ,,,
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Caseo. 1S-16J
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By Wide, 54-24 Margin Tornadoes trailed by only two TRINITY EPISCOPAL ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL
nn: Cheers
For
j points at they end of the third Two i Gridders Cheery Cherry Cream I CHURCH MELROSE CHURCH

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period, but efforts to get their ''1.1.,'.". .-

Cagers Score' First Win hands on the ball in the fourth Holy Days 10 a. m., Holy Rev Wm. W. Worstall,

quarter caused the, locals to Win/ Spots On .0 ))1 Sundays 10 a, m- Church Vicar
foul and Callahan sunk six .
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offices 8:30
r School. 11:45 a. m. Morning Daily : ajn. to
Over Hawthorne Tues.Bradford foul shots in the final periodto
I .win. tfhro n Prayer and Sermon [First 5 pan. Holy Eucharist, Wednesdays

According to Coach Land All-Area TeamTwo Sunday Holy communion], tpjn. 10 aon. Holy Eucharist
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High School's varsity points in the. second half.! Q Church on 1st and 3rd Sundays
the Episcopal Young
'game strategy against
basketballers won their Hawthorne was able to score : each month. Morning Prayer,
first game of the new season only two points in the final Callahan was to play a slow- Bradford High gridders, \ 1YEYWe men. 2nd and 4th Sundays. Litany

Tuesday night in a sound 54- period of play, both of them' down game to hamper theenemY'8 Junior center Harold Bishop Communion. Service on any 5th Sunday.

24 'decision over Hawthorne foul shots running game and and senior tackle Jimmy didn't have our "get together" The Rev Lee W. Heaton, Sunday Evening Prayer, 7 p.
after "It would have worked too, if Smith have been named to last due to
dropping the opener last John Williams Pled Starke'sscoring Thursday, Vicar. m.
I Friday 28-21 to Callahan. with'12 points,followed we had made our foul shots. the Gainesville Sun's 1962 adverse weather conditions, tta I
Both "We ,definitely do not planto All-Area Football Squad. Bernice and Gertie
games were played on by Bobby Moody and Chuck Kay ,
; their home court before packed Moore with nine each: Ernest run that slowed down type The only other team to showed up but weren't brave

crowds. "We're all [the Jenkins with'eight, and Rich- of offense this. season," Land place more men on the team enough to stay and play. Last 'SR 3, :h a s

coachep very pleased with the ard Hobbs'with seven to round stated, "We plan to run and than .Starke was Gainesville thing I'heard' from them,they
fast break as' much as pos- with three and Chiefland THIS COUPON GOOD FOR
fine turnouts we've had" out the starting- five. and were headed for indoors anda
sible." Lake Butler had two also. "r. t ,
Coach
Erwin ball.
Land said, "It's bigger
Coach Land called Haw- "We will definitely play the Smith was a standout 100 EXTRA S&H
been nothing short of |- az- thorne "pretty much team per- Next Thursday 28th'is
k a fast of
type crowdpleasingball former for the Tornadoes all
ing. Athletic Director David the regular meeting of the
effort -- ----
but he singled out the
Hurse the',rest ,of the season," season long and often drew Golf It At holiday time colorful dessert is \
said the two crowds play of Williams, Hobbs and Ladies Association. a one of the liveliest ways
were .he largest he has seen Jenkins for the coach added. The type, of the praise of Line Coach Frank will be held in the lounge at to welcome guests. Cheery Cherry Cream a delectable dessert fJ EEN STAMPS
special
praise. offense the will that derives its airy character from
witness a cage contest in the Tornadoes Reeves for his tackle play. Bis- 12 noon and ,lunch will be whipped cream, serves the
\ "Jenkins was really aggres- Land said, takes exact purpose to perfection. Because the cream is made with unfla-
run hop, a junior, started out slow :.
six years he has been here. served We have been having it WITH LUBRICATION AND
gelatine requires
sive for the first time," Land timing and much to vored no cooking-or only the few minutes
In recording[ their first win practice but came on strong as the only about 10 or 12 members it takes for the unflavored gelatine to dissolve. Once the ingredients -
Tuesday night the Bradford .said, "He played a fine game be executed correctly, the team's first-string center and present at the meetings, don't are combined, they chill in the refrigerator until firm. And WASH JOB t.
capers took '& 25-18 halftime on the boards." coach stated, and the team will defensive middle guard. the other 20 members care thanks to the presence of cherry-flavored brandy, the cream has
In their )Jaw scoring 28-21 probably continue to Improve End Ken Terrell and quar- the an agreeably nippy flavor. The dessert may be made in a mold, WHEN BROUGHT TO I
what is done
being by association
lead allowing and steadily widened it'l I game with Callahan in the with each game for the rest of terback Bill Jackson were or where their money but choose.turn No the matter mixture how into Cheery a bowl Cherry or Cream stemmed comes glasses to the if table you, GULFI :: I

Hawthorne only .season's opener last Friday the the season. named to the Sun's second is being used? Only by attending add maraschino cherries and citron or angelica for a festive JIMMY MOORE'S

In the Callahan game last team, All-Area. Halfback Tom each meeting can you garnish. I

Friday Jenkins and Chuck Gardner and guard Gary Kou- be sure of voicing your opin- Cheery Cherry Cream Cor. Madison and Court Streets \
UUIICA'S Moore were high for Starke ba placed on the third All- ion. See you there! 1 envelope unflavored 3 eggs, separated I ,

each canning five points, Richard Area squad. Terrell came in a Shirley Johns is home from gelatine Vi cup cherry-flavored .
% cup sugar, divided brandy
NO 11 Hobbs had four points very close second for end honors the hospital. She told me the % teaspoon salt 1 cup heavy cream, J JK
and John Williams had three. on the first-team and he other day she would be out tt cup cold water whipped

1968 i .Junior Varsity was a strong offensive per- in a week or so to play.. Hope Mix together in top of double boiler gelatine, U cup of the

Starke's junior varsity cag- former for the Tornadoes all i to see her Thursday. Also hopeto sugar and salt. Stir In water. Blend in egg yolks one at a time.

ers won their first game ewer season. \ see Jean Thomas, who has Place over boiling water, stirring constantly until gelatine dissolves
Callahan 4529. Joe Brown led Starke players getting honorable and mixture thickens slightly (about 4 to 5 minutes).
88 been] si k.
TV$158'1i scoring Remove from heat and stir in cherry brandy. Chili, stirring )
the with 14 points. But mention in All-Area Our own Clyde Terwillegarplayed occasionally until mixture mounds slightly when dropped froma GIFT BOXES
the Baby Tornadoes dropped competition are end Billy in the Gainesville Invitational spoon. Beat egg whites until stiff but not dry. Gradually add
their second game of the sea- Dowling, tackles Mike Maruca Tournament over remaining Vi cup sugar and beat until very stiff. Fold in gelatine ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT ,

Compact- 11...,....9005 son to i eystone's varsity Tues and Steve Nipper, guards Jack \the weekend. It was a 36 hole turn mixture into, then fold bowl.in whipped Chill cream. Spoon into 5-cup mold or By Fast Express -- Delivery Guaranteed
serving until firm. Garnish with
a ring of
day 3728. The Tornadoes ot {\
McComb and Ladell Crews, Of
Tournament.
]Medal Play
whipped cream and add bits of maraschino n
Staling cherry and citronor The Best In Christmas
<< Coach Dub Lowrimore pulled halfbacks Leonard Dugger and tJ
70 entries Clyde was one of angelica. YIELD: 6 servinps.
II" PORTABLE to within five points of the Marshall' Starling, and full- (the 16 to qualify for the ,_, I! Gifts From Florida Q I

Keystoners after, a bad first back Rowan Thomas and Lar-. ) period but were unable to pull ry Noegel. ( the event was Harry Root

WINKLER ELECTRIC the game out. :The Sun's All-Area first in of Tampa., Clyde told me When some one tried to rebuke Chinese Honeys -- Navels >>
Inc.A Records of both the varsity team is composed of: end, Allison he threw his score card awayon Over The Top Mark Guy Pearse for

and the JV team stand now at Shadd, Lake Butler, and Sunday How about that preaching temperance sermonsby g Temples Tangelos I

one win and one loss. The two Eddie Ryals, GHS; tackles, Norman? I seriously doubt it In Fund DriveThe reminding him that his
GOOD SELECTION USED TVs teams will travel to Green George Coleman Chiefland,
was that: bad, Clyde. duty &j pastor consisted in FREE SAMPLES
234 N. Temple Ave. Cove Friday night for a double and Jimmy Smith, Starke; Received a nice letter from Bradford Band Boosters taking care of his flock, he i

phone 964-430J.. bill beginning at 6:30: pjn guards, Jay Wilson GHS and Ann Matthews Miller (out in met Monday night for a covered replied: BOWLING'S PRODUCE I

J TV SERVICE THE KIND YOU LIKE Lewis Overstreet, Cross City; i California] last week. Glad : dish supper in celebration "The sheep are all right just *
t center Harold Bishop, Starke; the column, Anne.
you enjoy that they had reached
1 METHODIST CHURCH
now I after
: am looking the << MARKET Q
i. ,r : MELROSE) halfbacks Chipper High, Even with the cold windy their goal of sending the 80 wolf." One of caring for \
"
Our Telephone Number in the 'Yellow pagesof. Our North. Marion, and Fred Hen- weather over the weekend members of the band to the the sheep is way to put an end to Across From Setzers jJ1

Telephone Book is,Listed Wrong-Please Check Rev. Kenneth. W. Griffith, derson GHS, and fullback, there were several out to play. Orange Bowl parade in Mi the wolf. \ Starke, Fla. J
Regular Section PuterSunday1 Roger Elixson, Lake Butler. Frankly. .I. don't think they
for Correct ;
Number., : ami.When I! [THE DRY LEGION.l
School 9:45 a.m. make weather too bad for the successful report I

.... Worship. 11 .a. m.IT'S Bowling League Jack. Too bad to. play golf, was given by the treasurer, From the National Voice. -
,
_. !I.. _' 4 t
-- -- that is. Boosters
George Kaufmann, the -
:
F- r
StandingsBuff's
I I'C. 1 :, Carolyn E. EavesMen's present gave a loud cheer.

He said that with less than a 1
Garage took 4 points 1 1
from Pyrofax Gas this week Cage League dozen pledges to be receivedyet

with Tom Smith bowling 426 To Meet MondayThere "We will reach our goal.
i Band Boosters started
i\ The
ILLEGAL
\ for three games, and Vernon
their; drive 11 months ago
If Buff with a 179 single game.J'f1IJk. will be an organizational 20 Words or less, one time __ .95
\ when the band received an invitation Memorials, Resolutions __ Be per wort
". : jaryis had. a .428. J9f meeting of ,the .Starke to participate in the If not paid in advance _n_____________ 1.00LOO Cards of Thanks, up to 5i words 2M
three games, and Judy Noege 1 Men's Basketball League Mon- I
: Orange Bowl parade. At that Keyed or Blind Ads Over 50 words ____ _.. ..,._ 5c
wort
for -
had a 176 single Pyrofax day, Dec. 17, at 7 o'clock in per
For
I A Any Personor-Personsto. Engage in Carp's took 4 points from M the Recreatipn Department on time, the band consisted of 71 Each additional word over 20 05 Display ads !In Classified 1.30 per Iw*
; members. Since then the number -
., & R Motors, with Bill Lovell Pratt EJtreet. .
,'' 'in.the marching band has INSURANCE I
'
!
,5 '. bowling 500 for three games All sponsors, coaches, and AT REDUCED RATES I I I HASTINGS MATTRESS\
to 80.
C. Hutcheson, was high for players interested in the lea- increased AUTO FIRE BOAT
Business Under A Fictitious:Name UnlessThe M'&: R, with 367 for three gue are asked,'to be at this The Boosters had their popcorn DOYLE E. CONNER Fill & UPHOLSTERY WORKS

," games. meeting. Only teams with a ; machine out every Sat- INSURANCE AGENCY ] 710 Lemon St. Palatka

J '.t. t c-' '. --D'& W Auto Supply took 4pOhils'irom representative at the meetingbe urday to help raise funds, and Phone 964-4501 tfchg Furniture Repaired
: ; also held bake sales. Many
i Long Bridge Rest,, allowed to''enter,the league I Upholstered & Refinished
Name Is ; ': with Joyce Ward bowling 172 Starke businesses also contributed LISTINGS WANTED All Read The Classifieds! MATTRESSES REBUILTNew
types- Strout
:
Registered i Realty. P. O. '
;: } to the fund.
; :t.: 193-181 for 546 series, and Dick Plans are being made to will be televised Box 307. Starke. Phone 468- IF YOUR NAME IS Innerspringsand
The
... .' Roderman a single of 211. start the league in January. parade 1766. tf chg FOUND AMONG THE Box Springs
\ i "Y
: :
'. : 0:1 the ABC network startingat
for FOR SALE
f Henry Cross was high
CLASSIFIED ADS CALL Drop Us A
Card or Call
Long Bridge with series of 7 pjn. on Monday, Dec. 31. Ready mix concrete, concrete
Read This Florida Law : a bantam Football The Bradford Band Boost- block piers, fence posts, sand i AT THE TELEGRAPH PALATKA EA 5-9161

_
460.Register executive board wishes to OFFICE FOR A FREE STARKE 964-5934
Oil took 3'points Equipment Still Out ers cement,mortar mix,rock steel
'1,. from Noegel's Auto, with Bill thank everyone who contributed oyster shell, limercck, and roof TICKET TO THE FLORI- MRS. PEGGY SHALLEB,

*"* Nelson bowling 180198184for.a All boys who have. not turned in any way to the success gravel. Phone 9642521. tfchg DA THEATRE.FOR Starke, Agent
U shall be unlawful for any person o; persona, U defined fttnta, ,U 562 series. Joyce Hutch- in their Bantam footballequipment of the drive. Bradford Engineering Co. FOR SALE 3-4
room Magic

engage in business as herein.defined. under. a. fictitious name.as, .herein. defined esoI'was high for Noegel with Christmas:should do so bef oreGainesville Teams TRAILER MART SALE Chef 1 heater [circulating] used
a 449 series. Representing 8 Manufacturers yr. $30. Mrs. J. D. Seymour,
Forsyth Plumbing took 3 Bantam Basketball will not as low as $385.00 downon By OwnerIn 664 N. Water St. lip
without and unless said l fictitious name shall be registered with the Challenge StarkeTo
.1' . .. 1 points from Simpson Taxi i start until all equipment has New 55 x 10 wide. We trade Pinehurst Subdivision FOR RENT-Furnished apart

clerk of the circuit court of the county where.'the principal plaeee badness with Erma Pollard bowling a been checked in at the Starke Bowling MatchTwo for anything. 7 years financing Concrete Block Home, 3 ment. 2 rooms and bath. Lights
with low
.., Recreation Department. payments. HYWYNo. and water furnished. $45
419 series. Dolly Simpson was Bedrooms & Florida Room, per
high for Simpson Taxi with Boys who turn in their equipment of the leading bowl- 17. East Palatka dial 328- mo. Y. L. Kirchaine, 514 Ep-
I.. with registration shall consist of filing with. the clerk: aforesaid"an af* ing teams from Gainesville 050 or 325-2048. tfchg. Carport & Utility Room.F. person St. Itchg
a 386 series .after Christmas will
Team be the last to receive [;Budweiser, and Duke LumberCo. FOR SALE: Beautiful antiques4 H. A. Approved FOR RENTSmall furnish
fldatit signed by interested. persons, stating under oath the jiaaes of : Standings Won Lost basketball and ones baseball equip- .] have challenged the ten poster beds, desks, chest of Small Down Payment. ed apartment. Utilities furnished
I drawers, settees, dry sink, $50 mo. 127
a41 those interested in the business enterprise, the, extent' tf the interest Noegel Auto. . 11 ,5 ment this year. top; bowlers from the Starkemen's lamps, oriental rugs, two fine Phone 964-3544 ette St. Phone per 984-5951.Lafay-after

D&W Auto . 11 5 league. The competitionwill dining room sets. Brown, 717 W. Cypress Street 5 pjn. tfchg

of each. and the fictitious name. under which sail boalncaa! .is carried Forsyth Plumbing. 11 5 SCS Stocks be held at 7 pm. Sundayat Kingsley Lake. Rt. 1, Box 361, Starke, Fla. P. D. Reddish

Buff Garage . 9 7 the Starke Lanes. Phone 533-2381. Itchg '
on. Said registration may not*be suds until the person persons desiring' Register Oil . 8 8 Fish PondsThe The ten top local bowlers FREE RENT To lady or BEWARE of buying any encyclopedia WE DON'T
Pyrofax Gas . 8 8Siirpson'Taxi will be picked after Thursday couple to share my home. Stella before you see Sell you we help you buy.

to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have,aJrerttesI! his e? . 7 9Carp's Soil Conservation Service night's league standings are Rhoden, 4Vz miles out Rai- WORLD. A. PAYNE BOOK., Call local or writeM. Good selection of new and
in with U ford Rd. Rt. 2 your rep- used 8' and 10'
cooperation the computed. : Box 72, Starke. wide Mobile
. . . 7 9 resentative since 1956, Box 603
I their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four Long Bridge .. ..-. 7 9 S. Department' of InteriorPish I Phone 964-3031. 3tp 1227FOR phone 9643794. tfchg Homes-
LAKE
and Wildlife Service, COMMUNITY\ CHURCH SALE Big red hens, I II I GENEVA
M&R Motors ... 1 15 $1.50 each. Freezer-type FOR SALE -Large Coleman TRAILER k
stocked the ponds of NelsonD. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS year- PARK
((4)) consecutive fteeks in defined
law. thi
.la
some as by eeanty
newspaper lings. A. C. Slade, Maxville, circulating heater. Good con- 1 mi. SE of
Blocker Keystone Hta.
.;!,. C. A, Grills Joe Fla. dition 734 N. Thompson St.tfchg.
where said registration la to be made, and said regktralka- s&S set to Ladies Bowling Noegel, Billy Varnes: Leslie Dr. A. C. Holt, Minister. Up on Route 100
Whitehead Mrs. George A. Canova, organist Miss Enza Blanchard ticks
Joe T.. Cocomise,,
YOUR OLD WATCH will
accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except npon receiving: ;proof tf Under Way D. L. Bright! E. M. Prevatt, and director.John Hudson FREE TRAILER SPACE make the down payment on a FOR RENT furnished 4
cam Youth Director. Lights, water and garden fur-
and Marklee Starling: Br beautiful new Bulova at room apartment with bath.
wed publication. ':. ., Hign game of the night in was the fish used to make the Sunday School, 9:30: ajn. nished for retired couple or Dahmer Discount House. Adults prefered. Phone 969-
.
_...:,< ,.. .'..... 7 ;.f,\' the. Ladies, Twilight League initial stocking. Next springbass Morning Worship, 11 a. m. man. Phone Keystone 4724 ltp I tfchi 1185. 3tp 12-20
-
.,,. -. was a 192 by Gladys Tillis of will:be supplied to com Youth Groups, 7 pm.t FOR RENT -Nice 2 bedroom FOR RENT Furnished Apartments FOR SALE- Gas ranges, oil
Triest Construction Co. tHigh plete the,stock of the ponds. house furnished. Mrs. J. D. 1 & 2 bedrooms, heaters, Innerspring matresses -
Seymour, 664 N. Water St. UpCOUNTRY we pay lights and water. Con- dressers
series was 524 by FIRST BAPTIST beds, desks and
The 1962 Agriculture Ac'' LIVING tact 431 Center St. or BuIltngton tables. Dining room, bedroomand
Ward of D &W Auto KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Joyce stresses using farm land for Two bed room masonry house, Appliances. Phone Day living room furniture.

If you are engaged in business under Supply. recreation. An Important part. J. R. Smith pastor Ralph 4 acres cleared land, paved 964-6551. Night 9647191.tfchg Phone 533-2381, Brown. King-
any name Team StandingsWon of soil and'water conservationis Copeland Minister of Music road, electricity. 3-4 mile of sley Lake Rt. 1 Box 361 Itchg:

making the best of town. Price $6,000. A. J. Thomas. COLONIAL FLORIST
I. ; Lost use every and church organist. FOR SALE 40 church pew,
Driest Con...-...:.9 8 0 acre on the farm. Wherea Services: Sunday School Realtor. Only P. T. D. Florist in Starke. good condition hard pine finIsh -

other than your own and have not had this name Wells Electric' .:... 7 1 suitable site for a farm 9U.'a.' m. Morning Worship, i FOR SALE Ford '58 Ranchero Flowers wired any place.Flow $10 Church each., Box Johnstown Baptist -
pond exists, no better ,use can truck. Clean, good con- ers for all occasions locally. 174A. Lake
Gateway Chevrolet.. 4 4 be made of, such land than 10:50': m. Training Union II dition. See at 386 W. Weldonor Phone 954-6291.506 East NoU Butler, phone HY 8-2772,

D&WAuto. ...... .. 3 5 to develop for the 7:00 p. m. Evening services phone 9646932. 4tp 12-26 St. tfchg 2tp 12-20
.it -
properly advertised and registered we will be Go-Getters ....09.. 1 7 tion of fish.: The recreationthe prpduc 8:09: p. m. You are Invited with to WANTED Coon or Otter YOU CAN buy a membership
,, share family Prayer time hides. Davis Brothers, Pecan, PEYTON FLORIST : in The Starke Golf and Coun
affords
muchto
Murrhee Insurance.. 1 7 pond adds .
try Club at discount by
us. I a
Hide and Fur Dealers, U-S. 90, 119 S. THOMPSON ST.

glad to give you all necessary Information as\ fo Ttmusands'of the pleasure: of_ farms rural lice have PARAN BAPTIST CHURCHGRA.'DIN' West 213, phone Macclenny Alpine Fla.9-4791 P.O. Box or NIGHT PHONE 964-3891 964-4155 or 969-1028 Xmas phoning gift.9642881. An ideal Up

Equipment Up good pond sites. Properly develoPed AL 97835. 4tp 12-27 Earl Goodman

At Saratoga 9 and managed ponds' FLA. ROOM WANTED Gentle- DISTINCTIVE Wire Flowers FLOWERSWe Anywhere FOR RENT-Furnished love-

what you should do. ; I :. ': ._ may provide both ,food and 'Sunday School, 10 a. m. man desires room with private i tfchg ly spacious 2 bedroom duplex
Playground pleasure to farm and city'people. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. family. Parking, facilities apartment with screened back
or garage desirable. State REGISTER NOW for adult porch. Good neighborhood
: Playground equipment has Training Union 6:30: p. m. monthly rate. References furnished evening classes. Mail your near BHS. Renner Apts. Call
w< BRADFORD COUNTYtl: been erected on the Saratoga BATLESS- HIGHWAY Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.!' Write "A" P. O. Drawer course selections to I> H. Gibson 964-5744. tfchg
Midweek Prayer Meeting Wednesday A, Starke. Itchg Drawer 100. Starke. $2.00
.
Heights! Playground and Is CHURCH'SCSEDUJE. FOR RENT-1 bedroom trailer. -
-I now ready for use by.the children '. ,-1:30 p. m. Mrs. O. L. Beasley fee contact per Prof.course.Thoraptlns.Negro adults RJ.E. Westmoreland Trailer l

TELEGRAPH -,' ; i in that area. Sunday School: 10 a. m. FOR SALE Simmons place, SchooL tfchg Park. Phone 969-2151. tfchg

,.. _. Morning,..?Worships 11 a. n. NOTICE: The Telegraph is
> jI :The equipment includes 715 South Westmoreland St. FOR RENT Furnished and FOR SALE -2-wheel trailer,
'"J.f. ... .: .;.<' .' 1';(. '. swings, see-saw. sliding.board Training J0niozv. 8 p. m. now on sale at Chiappini' Priced for quick sale. Owner unfurnished apartments. Also good shape, good tires "0.See .

." .. : "t r" parallel bar and a picnic table Evening Senrice' 7 p". ,Pr&- -I Gulf Station in Melrose fo r leaving town. For informationcontact unfurnished 2 or 3 bedroom at ,1115 Pratt St. Phone
.'- ------0.. ... er meeting: Wednesday. ;7 p. the convenience of readers in Williams Jewelers. houses. Reasonable rent W. H. 964-5211 before 6 pan. or 064-
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:-:= : : the Melrose-Grandin. tfchg. Nollman. Starke. If chg 5191 after 6. ItchrPACK

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8TABKE, FLORIDA THPDSDAY, DEC. IS, 1962 '_
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L and boil gently 10 minutes. Let rryy..T..1........., and Mrs. Robert Martin [Susie to have its Christmas pro- day School and church and Irk

f Home DemonstrationNotes stand overnight. Next day Dolores]. gram Dec. 23 at the 7 o'clock let's see which one is the cold-
f1 .y cook on low heat until most
LAWTEY% Honor Roll [November] evening service. The girls are est. Anyway, the Primary

<<'t ) of the syrup is absorbed. Heat 1st Grade: Linda Allen planning a program for this class won the banner. start your d Y-the--
must be low to keep peel from ByThe Enza Kathy Casey, Timmy Cole, occasion and hope to give a The Training Union has I ,

.& DOROTHY ROSS scorching. Dip peel out and .&&&&&&&&.Blinehar&u David Devore,Eddy Dyal,Mark nice play. All are invited to taken a sudden drop also. I f'/ unsfrine i way ,
roll in
'N granulated sugar. Placeon .a Ellis; Pamela Locke, Chuck attend. wonder if our great Judge ,

Home Demonstration Agent rack to cool. Roll again in Woman's Missionary Norton, Erie Phillips, Judy We are still wondering will accept some of the excuses DRINK

sugar and store in a container Union observed "Week of Redding, Debra Starling.2nd where all of our Sunday we offer to the pastor ti

With the 4-H Clubs, memory is of reading "Mother with a loose lid. Peel will Prayer" at First. Baptist Grade: Dirrel Brassell.. School folks have gone to? and others as to why we do
Bonita Green keep 2 to 3 weeks. It can used Ewell Craft, Debra
Church
and Joyce Goose" and other beauti. last week. Dyal Peg- True, the weather has been MILK
Crawford 'gave an illustratedtalk ful picutre books with his parents hi 'fr uit cakes and other recipes The Methodist Woman's Society gy Griffis Cheryl Higginboth- pretty cool for a few Sundays, not attend services? Let's not

on "Becoming: Dress" at and other members of calling for candied fruits met at the parsonage am Daryl Hilliard, Tommy but if of risk this but come on and
the Lawtey 4-H Meeting last the family usually continues and is delightful for gifts. with Mrs. Fox Tuesday night, Holloway, Hyta Johnson, Pen-i any you can get any worship together. Call Mrs. Jack Eaves, Ph. 964-4241
colder
'week. Following the talk, they to enjoy books throughout his Candied Kumquat Chips Dec. 4, for their regular business !- ny Massey, Nancy Norton, than this one person for home delivery by Carlton's DairyGAY'S
led'a lively discussion Qt, what life," -says' 'Verna. Nistendirk. Clean fruit, sprinkle 1 tablespoon session. Mary Smith, Wayne Teston, can, you sure are one big Esterbrook Cartridge and

to wear for different activit- director of Library Extension.: soda over each pound The Methodist Jerry Waters. iceburg! So come on to Sun- Fountain Pens $1.95 $2.95 .

ies. As the'Christmas season approaches of kumquats. Cover with boiling School Christmas Sunday 3rd Grade: Donald Bennett -$3.95 at The TELEGRAPH.
will
program
4-H girls over the county look over your own water, let stand 20 minutes. be held at the Church Mon- Joseph Bennett, Sharon Lamb,

are making Christmas gifts, book shelves to see what Rinse through 3 waters. day night Dec. 24, at 7:30 Randal Massey, Sheila Norman '
decorations, and holiday foods. Christmas books you have Cover with hot water and boil o'clock. Norma Jean Prevatt HOME

, Girls are learning to do that would be appropriate to 10 minutes. Drain. Cut in hal- Friends of Melvin Prescott Norma Lou Redding.4th APPLIANCES

housekeeping? chores using less read to your child. Check with ves. Drop into a boiling syrup regret to learn of his death Grade: Richard Austin,

'energy and time. Local lead your library for these books if made of 1 cup sugar in 2 cups which occurred Sunday Wayne Bennett, Lynn Both,
morn-
era have helped many of the you don't have them: Let's water. Boil 30 minutes. Drain ing. Sympathy is extended to Joy Sapp Pamela Tye 355 N. TEMPLE AVE.
PHONE
964-7511
girls give demonstraUonsmowing Keep Christmas, by Catherine and drop into heavy syrup members of his family. Mr. Dwayne Vanzant.

how to do these chores Marshall; The Little Serving made of 1 cup sugar to 1 cup Prescott spent the last few 5th Grade: Paul Crawford,

Maid, Little Boy Down The water. Boil 30 minutes. Re days with his sisters here Mary Lee Fugatt,Regina Glad- I

The Recognition Tea will beheld Lane, and The Wood Carver, move from syrup and place on Mrs. Hattie Darley and Miss, ieux, Marcella Hardee, Lamar Christmas Specials !

in'January at which by Grave Noel Crowell; Why waxed paper or plate. When Sins Prescott.. ,. Johnson, D6'nM Lamb, Mike

time girls will be recognized The Chimes Ran, by Ray- cool enough to handle, place Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Fox Norman, Janet Sapp Kathy
for ,their project work. mond M. Alden; Christmas I a toaster pecan half in the attended the District scott Michael Tow Bill Wise.

Bead to.Children at Xmas i Stories by Charles Dickens; kumquat chip. Allow to dry. ence for Ministers Wives confer-in 6th Grade: Bonnie Bazley Buy A World Famous Zenith T. V., Stereo Or Radio, Or Maytag Washer Or

Reading: and story-teliin g I and the Fireside Book of May then Xxxx be rolled in granulated Gainesville Thursday. They Connie Eunice, Ray Lowery.7th Dryer. Today And You Don't Have To Start Paying For It Until FEBRUARY
or
Can be Grade
sugar.
are as much a part of Christ Christmas, edited by Edward were luncheon guests of District : Bonnie Rosier, .
kept successfully two or three Sharon Tatum OF NEXT YEAR
mas, as the gift wrapping Wagenknecht. There are many Superintendent Rev. Mc- Betty J. Sapp, !
others that weeks. The round kumquats Geraldine Donn, Patsy
Christmas your librarian will Kinley and Mrs. McKinley. Miller
caroling, and the
be glad to locate for you. are more delicious than the Mr. and Mrs. Lynn 'Mike Crawford, Kay Brewer,

gaily trimmed Christmas tree. Quick Crystalized Citrus Peel long variety for candying. Cal-. ton and Mr. and Mrs.Hamil S. B Vans Rosier, Charles Norman,

"The child whose earliestnTh One medium grapefruit or amondins are good candied i Massey gave a house-warming Brenda Jones.

one ponderosa lemon, 2 oranges also. for Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. 8th Grade: W. E. Gault.

or one-half shaddock Massey in their nice new home 9th,Grade! Karen Lee Jeffrey -
y..Y..TT.n7nvlm
cups sugar, and 1 cup 2m Friday evening. Arrangementsof Floyd.

., To betp ouy or girt ctarthappy May use peel left over fro BROOKER gladioli and chrysanthemums WITH
a and .at !Tut Use grapefruit or oranges servedat added festivity to the r..7..fCLAY

'&Tto la admrnnemraly betp bring peace troubled of mind ;,I'I! with a meal.a thick Select peel.bright Wash,fruit cut By Shirley GreeniAAAAAAAAAAA i and occasion.relatives A number enjoyed of the friends eve HILL WORLD'S FINEST HOME CONSOLE RECORD CHANGER!

in half, and remove pulp and I ning.

t To who DeY"delight luvt wwnud* the the tu Rible dual OtforcL-but of on ha* the membrane white inside."rag."Leave If desired in all, Mrs. B. A. Shaw AJ44 of l-lA Jack Live Mrs.Oak George Monday Roberts of was last in i..By.&Un.&&..J.& I.*..Strlckhad......., lLlTHE AMAZING 2-G TONENEVER -ARM

lightly grate outside peel to sonville was visiting her sisters week visiting her aunt, Mrs. We can an rejoice with the I dzi
break oil cells. This will givea Mrs. N. C. Mott and W. W. Van. Reverend M. AGAIN A SCRATCHED RECORD
T. [Clarence]
Jive milder flavor. Cut peel into Mrs. Ophelia Moore last week. Rev. and Mrs. L. T. Howe a PLAYS ONE
Knight of Maxville on his return RECORD 2,000 TIMES
one-fourth inch wide Mr. and Mrs. Fred McDavid
anile stripsor and children were guests of home from the hospital.He ; :J GIVES 100% MORE COMPLIANCE .
returned
into wedges. Place in sauce Friday after a two Mr. Howe's mother for her I
has had a long stay in YOU HEAR TWICE THE
weeks to h SEPARATION
pan and cover with 2 quartsof trip Fort Worth, birthday dinner in Thalman, the hospital this time. As I
'wat r. Boil. 5 minutes.Drain. Texas, Little Rock, Ark., Lou Ga. Sunday.Mr. .
A.4...Aft' R1.....d...ad isiana and Illinois stated before, he is the pastorof "
this 3 attending
Repeat .
process and
i Mrs. John Myrick the Clay Hill church. The Trim Contemporary
'r>.**(iiri Aaa tawny ftatBullington's I times to remove,bitter ,flavor. horse shows. stopped by on their return
Rev. Cecil
,< spent a filling in for Clarence while Lo-Boy Console
5 minutes only to each daughters, were Saturday few days with Mrs. Wyrick's he has been unable to take! p {

) boil. Drain and ,lay peel on night dinner guests of sisters here Mrs. Joyce Futch care of his work here. ; .: Super Target Turret Toner

clean dish:towel Cover with Mr. and Mrs. Mack ,Pressley and Miss Elizabeth Terry. We have been unable to get w k, ,Kz BIO V oval speaker. 20,000
in Lake
Butler.
cloth and press gently to remove They all visited an old friend. in line with any Clay Hill .; : x $ volts of picture power. Cabinet
Mrs. N. C. ,
Mott Mrs. Ophelia James
excess water Austin, at Kingsley news the last ( .1 ]
week. Perhapswe Size; SI 7/8" high, 82yt
Moore
Buford Moore, Mrs.J. .
Studio & Gilts Mix' sugar and water. Bring R. Mott, and Mrs. B. A. Lake.Mr.. and Mrs. Leslie will have a telephone put wide, 16 5/16" deep.
I to a' boil and stir until sugaris Shaw of Jacksonville visited and Phillips in. Several of the other folks (Maple 34 3/8" high.)
sons
r dissolved. Add drained peel spent the weekend have one in now, but if they i e I
Mr. and Mrs., H. H. Lewis in1Starke. with Mrs.
n-- Phillips' mother
suspected it
were I calling,
Wednesday. r&Byron Register hi Dins- they probably wbuldnt
Mr....and Mrs. ,R. A. Guest more. Mrs. Dairel McClendonof phone afraid they'answerthe would The SCHERZO ? ,' ? ONLY 450

Nashville, Ga., were' week- Waldo visited the Phillips High Fidelity Stereo with FBI / AM-Stereo. F M Radio .
get their ,
: names in the
d guests of Mr and Mrs. family -.... paper. .' e .a. P Week
Monday and Tuesday.Mr. Some J one help .us solve this Elegant (Contemporary styling In Oil Finished :, ere
E.Bigham, Jr.,and family. and Mrs. Johnnie Walnut veneers and select hardwood solids.
A- problem Custom
FLORIDAJ PLEASE! ; 20 .,o' With Suitable Trade
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green
guiar and Nancy were visiting HIGHLAND "Stereo Precision" Record Changer with "Micro-Touch"

isited Mr. and Mrs. Alex Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter We were saddened again 2G Tone Arm and "Fr -F1oatlng" Stereo'Cartridge 7 '
and Kirk, and Mr
and other
relatives
during the Sunday morning learn- mil-diamond and 3 mil mfd.
upon I sapphire stylL Eight speakers -
Mrs. Wilson Green and week. With "
ing bf another of the loved two 12" Any Zenith Product
ayne of Jacksonville at Sand Friends of Mrs. Carrie Norman ( woofers, two 5" and four Syt" tweeters). e
jnes of our church fanilypassing

Opening Time: Lake Mrs.Sunday W. T. Blair afternoon.and Billy that she will is be able pleased to be to out learn of about away 6 o'clock.Sunday As all morning will- Only $ Per Week Quality Goes In Before The

Sunday-2 P. M. Mon.\ Thru Fri.--5:45 P. M. were in Gainesville. on business the hospital and is recuperating remember, it has been just JOO Name Goes On"

Saturday.Mrs. i at the home of her daughter about three. weeks since Mel-
Terry McDavid and Mrs. Lois With
Carter.: vin's wife departed this life. Suitable Trade
Saturday-December 15 daughter, Barbara Lynn, were Miss Elizabeth Terry and He !s the brother of two of
Sunday night guests of her Mrs.
Joyce Futch
in
were our
very dear personal friends,
parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jacksonville NO PAYMENTS
TRIPLE FEATURE PROGRAMNO.l Saturday. They Sinia Prescott and Hattie J WE GUARANTEE
Johnson in Live Oak. visited Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp 'Darnly of Lawtey. His funeral
NO. 2 Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson who is spending some timewith S UNTIL 1
of Lake Citywere Satur her son Everett Burney, church was in Tuesday the Long afternoon Branch at 1411j? FER TO SERVICE

day guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. and family.
2:30: o'clock. Our greatest ANYTHING WE SELL
C. Mott. After having lunch with Mrs.Futch's sympathy goes to this familyin

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Steelmanof son, Terry, they calledon their sorrow, but let's remember
Jacksonville were Sunday their
cousins Mr. and
we will meet again
i > afternoon guests of Mr. andMrs. Mrs. F. Carl Moore, and visited in the Home where we will

.'a ; 9pI11ClOl Kenny Green and son, Mrs. Hiram [Buster] Ben never part.Among .

a wsrxl i nett and her new daughter in
,? Ken.Mr. our sick folks in
ti c wmo a/voeu:
/ : and Mrs. Al Rain of St. Vincent's Hospital.Mrs. .
A uaao Highland:
r tatpatgq MGN4
I Archer and Mr. and Mrs. Lat Sarah Starling is visit
L May Bell Norman is home
ry Sikes of Alachua were Sun ing her
daughter, Mrs. Ray
again from the hospital, but
{ NO. 3 day afternoon guests of bars mond Suber, in Jacksonville.Mr. not improving too much in _
Mamie Hodges.Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hilliard
health it .,
seems.
and Mrs. R. A. Guest and children
spent the weekend
Ltti2 PREHISTORICYIOMEN Ray Rosier doesn't seem tout
of Nashville Ga. were Sundaynight with the Subers.
improve much in health, b
dinner guests of Mr. Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Den
is holding his own we
very
and Mrs. Stanley Green. left 11.It
ny Wednesday for Miami Mr. Reed remains ilL
very
Mr. and Mrs. Eudell Vaughn where will
they visit her sister seems he isn't improving or
and daughters were Sundaynight Mrs. L. H. HInote until
losing, just remains about the
dinner guests of Mr. after Christmas. "MORE PEOPLE USE
Color ByCineColor I same. MAYTAG THAN ANY OTHER "
WASHER
and Mrs. R. K. Dukes in Lake Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter i Lon Prescott was improvingsome

A Zft .ACOLUU3AHCTKSRfl( !II '! ASE Butler. and Brenda. and Mr. and when we heard from him T
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmonsof Mrs. Oscar Carter made a Come In And Let Us Show You How

Plus ,"BEARLY ABLE" Cartoon Gainesville visited Mr. and, business trip to Jacksonville last.Eugene Austin had A MAYTAG Washer Or Dryer Op- ---=-----,@ :_: : -
Mrs. N. C. Mott Sunday recovered erates. We
Saturday. from his cold and was withus Have Washer & Dryer
Christmas Tree Lighting : New Arrivals Hooked-Up For A Live Demonstration
!
in church Sunday morning.Mrs.
The Community Christmas I ---....
Sun., Mon., Tues.-Dec. 16,17,18 Tree Lighting and Children's The community is rejoicingover Lula Pendarvis is visit @ -1
three new arrivals -ell her brother
tag William Carter

DOUBLE FEATURENO.1 Christmas Party will be held girls and all born on the and wife in Macclenny.We -- These Most Wanted Features /'.r ." '''1'ir-' : \;1
Thursday'night.. Dec. 20, at ; ;
same day Dec. 5 to the following sure do miss her in Sunday 2 Speed6 Jf/. ",
7 pjn. at the Community Cen !
ter. All children are invited parents: Mr. and Mrs.' School and church. She Cycle Are Available On MAYTAG fMA----vAG\

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-- to attend. Hiram W. Bennett [Nancy I is one of our faithful ones .

I. Out-Door Christmas Ann]; Mr. and Mrs. Carl who seldom misses a service. ** Lint Filter Tub FILTER AGITATOR alo-ol-Heat' '.:, t

;'' $ \ Decorations Griff [Cathy Kay]; and Mr. The Highland! church plans] Giant Capacity AUTOMATIC BLEACH DISPEN -' I
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The out-door Christmas Water Level SER :; ortie, even heat :,
i,
decorations will be judged Control surrounds clothes ,' ;
Tuesday night. Dec. 18. This GET A FRESH ONE CHOICE Full Cycle Safe COLD WATER WASH & RINSE 1; }J / f

is sponsored annually by the S CHR1STMAS TREES I II m', ty Lid ELECTRONIC CONTROLED :: ,'1ItLfIJ! !; 1
ALE
Brooker Garden Club. Prizes DRYERS ;
-. I
will be given. Anyone interested .I
Ii METRO-60LDWYN-MAYER. RED CEDAR FOR t $ ;{4 '"
pra*** in having their decorations i $21995 ,

I1LIBRIGITTE BARDOT judged must contact ,
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Mrs.. Dave Green before that CHRISTMASTREES .
.. MARCELLO MASTROIANNI. night. Phone 2121. Trade : WORLD FAlIOUSL' '

Y AVERY PRIVATE AFFAIR" Garden Club Progressive F- MAYTAG
'
Dinner
rrm.a tot AS!? N COWS Model DE500

The Brooker Garden Club's } II Wringer Washers

NO.2 Progressive Dinner and ChristI ; '. .-' .. Prices Start At

.....--- mas Party will be held Thursday I I'I ONE PRICE. $100 EACH Model A101 t'1
The Master o/
night. Dec. 20, at 7
pan.
CAR Y G RA NT
Suspense tell MAHAG!
EVA MARtE 8.1dNT Ms! grates tab! YOU CUT OR DIG $$119

I s,Stt.maa THE RIGHT POINT for the With fACTOIT
JAMES MASON
WILLIAM ;::1
r.l1flfllJfCKul1'RO\\l\\\\ \\ fBII HORlHH'ftr\\ way select you year write.favorite Come ESTER-in and S. HAAS Trade SERVICE AttlOYEB

BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEJEKAPS. : 5 Miles N. W. of Start* 6ii BtaU t Road 229 -

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'YTTTTTT1TTTYTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTT.TTTTTTT1 ty of Chapter 279 OES 'will be poned because too much was with flying colors. In ,behalf i VTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTi, I| ents were asked to notify Mrs. VVVV'VVVVVYVVVV,W' -' and Mrs. Eugene Brantley

held on December 18, in the going on that evening. of all other Keystoners, we L.O. Baldwin by Dec.'7. ; were shopping in Palatka Friday -

I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Masonic': Hall,*' following the :' The'boys and girls' at Keystone wish the' McKays iwell, and we MELROSE i; 'Melrose"Duplicate BridgeI I GRANDINBy ev 'i4ng.

regular business-meeting. As School will be dismissed would like; ,to' say that they : .. ; Winners of the Melrose Du- Mrs. B. J. Alderman has

By Mary K. Schaeffer previously, reported, families 'for the 'l olida s' around -are two people who are 'really : 67 .Mrs. Alice Rothhammer I I pli ate bridge Club ''for Jast Brantley'TTTT.TTTTTT.TTTT been confined to her home for

'and friends Chapter members noon on Wednesday, Dec. '19. an' .aset to any community, week 'Tvere The following: First Charleyene F the past week due to illness.

A&AkAAA AA&&I.ALLAA. AALAA& IA I LA I AAAAA LA 1 are' invited to join. theChristmas .No lunch will be served;that and ..we are happythey prefer &AaAaALaaaaaaaAa4jjWomans i place. Miss Sally Mansfield: T : W. D. Gornto had a heart
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., festivities. day. They will eat their Keystone Heights. I _Club News i and Mrs: Walter J. Grolick; '! Postoffice 'I attack Saturday night and is

Firemen and Wives and there were also ,24 CAP -.Worthy Matron Ernestine ""Christmas dinner" orr'Tues News From St. Anne'sEveryone' : i' M'S. Ernestine C. Beyer of second place Mrs. Mary Couok: Dedicated Florahome j improving very satisfactory.Mr. .

Enjoy"'Steak Dinner cadets from Jacksonville, 'in Eisenacherannounced at the uay.Dec.' 18.e'Boys'. I 'is reminded! that Conhassett, -Mass': spoke at' arid, Miss. 'iva. Hillyer; third : and Mrs. Jack Grout
at
Members of the Keystone the group. The young man last meeting that those' attending '=Th A and B basket- I the ,Lighting, of the Advent., the 'December I5th meeting of :place' Mrs. W.'" H.. Danes and'Mrs. ', home The new postoffice dedicated Sunday Flora- were business visitors: in Gainesville

Volunteer Fire Department who finally spotted the engine ,- .., -' should.- 'each bring .a tal teams will play Hastingson Wreath Service starts' at 9:201: t the Melrose. W'oman's Club on : Roland Bryan' ; fourth'' was B. Saturday.Mrs. .
o'clock. Sen.
and their-,wives enjoyed a delicious from the air was a former CAP gift costing not more than $i, 'Friday night in the'gym 'ajn.>The"ast.to weeks", ; 'several -'! writing' children's: books. She I! place, Mrs. 'C./ laxson and, 'afternoon C' at 3 celeT Jewell Grainger and

; steak dinner. at the .. adetand.was top man in his "appropriately wrapped and I at: Starke.Qn people *have arrived 'at'' is a successful author having, Mrs.: H.: S'egur.: ";- : Pearce. was- master.: of>. Mrs J!' C:-' Weeks vent to

firehouse Saturday .night,, as .."graduating" ,. ,class; at. the Air marked for a. lady:or a. gentlin. Tuesday night of this the Church between'9::20 and_ written\ "Aesop with A Smile" Personals I II monies.was and' the guest speaker Gainesville Friday. Johnny

a climax to the Fire College Force-Academy' in Denver.: J .m The.Christmas spirit will week the Varsity played 9:30: and haVe tadto: wait I'and "Tbe's't ry''Uf Little-Big."I I Mr-: and Mrs. C. L. Bass and .- ... Congressman Historical Billy t : Mikel returned home with

which the men had attended Duplicate- Winners : J> evail'as. the .group gathers ,Starke B team: at Starke. J tratside. '[Not so' comfortable This last was the June "book I daughter! Marian, visited Mr Matthews.. Florahome corn'hients them for the weekend from

the 'l 1 Sf week ill 'November. "Artfiur Barber.and Jane La-, around the Christmas, -tree to The 'KHS Sophomores will in this weather!]' I, selection of:the Book' Club of''I I and. Mrs.'Ross Bass in Bunnell ,...' r ..of* the .. Circuit community the University of Florida

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Guests Jbonor _Mr.'..and Coste high scorers atthe enjoy the making and .were. given, by:
.were were merry hold a dancefl'idaT night, The Service next Sunday Parents Magazine' seal. A new Peggy and Colin Wilk'es'ofi d'editation The Young People/ of the

Mrs. Elmo ,Coxtof.Jaokson; I" Monday night meeting' of social good time provided by Dec. 15, in the cafetorium.The will 'be the first of ttye com-'' book, -Bertie The Bookworm;; i i "NeV&myrna; spent the week- Judge! .P. B." Re'els.Th? ; -; Methodist Church in Flora-

viUe. Mr.Coxwis. th& TIre .the Duplicate Bridge ,Club at the refreshment committee. will holda I' 'r ; ]address was ipveji .by
,; KHS Seniors birl d Morninr'Prayer, Holy 'wffl be published in 1SH53. i I end' -with then "grandparents J / "Jaeksonvihe home are planning an interesting -
College instructor afld..isa. ,the Masonic ,Hall on Dec. 3. Your correspondent wishesto dance Wednesday night Dec. I R. E. Sandifer, of Christmas
Eucharist Services; These 'will Mrs. W. J. Cody and Mrs. Mr.\ md Mis. J. V. Slide.Mr. 1 piograra for -

member .of"jijle( faculty;t-of! he Second place winners :were let it be known'that Mrs. 19, also in the"cafetorium.. be ,held on the third Sunday O. H. Boutelle o! the Gaines-l and Mrs.: Bunybn Kelley 'nIpr, !field] service'officer Office;', I .
State Fire College in Ocala. Bee and LouisKyle.Two Helen publicity chair- \\'ith the,!:Post. Depart-.
Cooper Egan Indians Win 45-34 .
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each month, Tuitil Lent. ville" branch of the1 National and Samuel Kelley spent ''inent.. .*. Skc.. J. C. Weeks was home
Following the dinner there couples tied for third for OES as well as for I
man Over St.
Joseph's
"' at"4S-pm", Tuesday at Silver '
Choir .Practice Springs from S. C. to spend
League of American Peri' Women -I : Childersv Charleston,
Mrs. Ruth A. is ,t
was music and dancing $hile :i>lice: Lucille Terry and Gena Estrellita and Keystone Woman's "The Keyafojie'Inflians 'scalped" Friday; with only '.two morerehearsals were 'guests'of the ch b.\ -Mrs.." Henry Willi ms"nd i Sunday with his familyH. .
some of the men gathered a- Christoffers, and Lucille Nel- Club, has been incap- acting postmaster? at Florahome -
Academy
St.
Joseph's :. before Christmas. Other' guests' were the story granddaughter... Cathy Perry, ii' ''sturdivant !- B. Slke& and Mrs EdithDihilFa
I and Mrs Ruth I .
and foundit : .
round the pool table. son And Mildred Sutton. acitated recently, basketball team last Saturday In addition ,to fis"jegular tellers of'this'summePs Read- visited her mother, "Mfs/G, ; Plorahome. were

Door prize winners were.Ed- .Mod l Bank ,PresentedTo impossible to attend the night in St. Augustine, fight- is cjerk. ." I
: : : I merchandise, 'the' Nearly.Newhop' naut program Sara Baldwin, R.: p mips- 'and_ sister, Cati- I A good crowd turned o\it\ for !! visiting i Mrs. Annie! Sikes in
wina Moody and Mary K. Woman's Club OES meeting of Dec. 4. Climb 'back from half-time
ing a
has .a'Christmas,_window: Mrs. H. L. Baker, Mrs. R. erine Hug'gins.in Afachua'Suri'Mr. the of the .the hospital..Starke. Satur-
Schaeffer. oUeSt.s..officers, and mem- ing stairs is not what one.does draw of 18-18, to win 4534at which 'contains';seveml: Items. Madsen day.' -1 ceremony _in spite 'I "
," Stedham, Mrs. 0. :i:ay and Sunday.
CAP Assists Recovery bers attending the ChristmasTea best when one has a broken whistle. cold weatherfChurch
the final
suitable .for gifts'?You HTB always Airs. ::J. ,R: Neale, "Mrs. W. A. and Mrs. ALT.: Samson i "
Of Lost Jt Engine on Dec. 11 at the Woman's ankle in a cast.,Hence, she has George Leath paced the In- welcome tome in and and> Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sam-I| .s ws, I
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Wallace, Mrs. D. Tison, Mrs. P.R.BAPTIST CHURCH
Mid: Bert Christoffers, of Club .found one more contribution no report for that meeting.We dians in their second half look ar. ,und. : ";' .- J. J. Seykora, Mrs W. H. son 'spent the weekend with ; Rev. T. J. Tyler brought : :.

the fAil' Force Reserve and to the building fund know she will be excused. surge and was high point man i.Community. 'tjhnrch NewsAll ,Float, Mrs.: R. L. Smith, and Mr" and Mrs. 1%. H. Samsonin I an Inspirational messae Sun : .GRANDIX, FLA.

Commander of the Keystone in the form of a model bank, Hosts and hostesses for the for the tribe with 15 points. TCommunity ChurchwomenTCirdes M.-Storer. Largo. day morning and evening.Rev. Sunday School, 10 a, m.
Mrs.
Heights CAP Wing, was appointed courtesy of Mrs. Roy Tyre and Dec. 18 meeting will be Mr. Gary Cooper followed close 'will"unite' on D The hostesses, Mrs. G. Allen Christopher Storer and I and Mrs. Paul Travis of !I IarkofthePalms Morning, Worship 11 a, m.

by the Air Force as Mrs.P.. H. Bradley.! Mrs. :Bradley and Mrs. George Young, Mr. behind with 13; Jimmy Mc- ,cembe/17 to'sh re ,theifTegu- :, Mis./0: Allen Mrs. E. H. friend, Jim Hackney, spent the j I were i n' Training Union, 6:30: p. m.

Mission Commander to recover a new member of the and Mrs. James Puckett, and Murtry accounts for 7. laf mpnthry} : 'fueetl g in the Eland, MrL; C 'M. Burklialter,' weekend with Christopher's I charge of the evening song E'vening Worship, 7:30: p. m

a J-47 pet engine that fell Club, was happy to arrangefor Mrs. Doris. Sunderland. Cooper also led the tribe rebounds 'form1 'of'V'coYeredMish'luncljeon. :Ur*. C.'::'Helfri h.' an!'Mrs. E. .parents, Mr. and Mrs.: Morris service, and also presented I i Midweek'Prayer Meeting We4

from a B-50 refueling tankerin jthis jjank.: which will be- Christmas ProgramTo with 13; Billy Carnes v .." .. :' wAll Lotfgnecfcer served i* delicious B.' Storer, on Swan Lak Both special musical' numbers. ..Attendance ]' nesday 7:30 p. m-

the vicinity of Bronson on come, for a long time, a receptacle Be PresentedOn hauled down 11. members and
Dee. 2. for much-needed donations Thursday afternoon the large amount of sickness ;,
LOI.esThe
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B Squad Florida .
asked}: to,"be at the f du'cf tional : ing'I ( South in Tampa.Mr. I FOR SALE
Assisted by George Schaeffer as the building fund Dec. 20, at 3 pm., the Child same evening, the Key- building shortly aft '"!? noon : Recentl/\h'' c1u 'voted' to and Mrs. Hoyt Lightfoot ;.in the community !

deputy mission commander progresses and the membersand ren's Bible Study group will stone Indians "B" team bow of Atlanta spent the week Mrs. Annie F. Sikes is In!iDoctor's By. Owner
wtth-their' ,
; Chailes King, briefing officer friends see what a contribution present a Christmas program ed to St. Joseph's' Academy"B" ,luncheon, will begin promptlyat des 'Vifig-scholarship student: at attirose1 with Mrs. Lightfoot's 'brother Hospital in Starke'I In IMnehurst Subdivision

and CAP Larry Young-: to the community ;a ; at the home of their teacher, I ; team 46-32. It was theIndians' 12:30.: I High* School.. .th: 'W.' '*'E: and sister-in-law, Mr. and with congestion in her lungs. Concrete Block Home 3
Christoffers worked will be Reynolds on West and We hope she will be out in the ;
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blooi, .Maj new Woman's Club Miss Jane B team opened,
'Mrs. A. *C. Holt?will lead More, Mrs;:G.?AHen-and tars.; Mrs. V. Y. Crawley. Bedrooms & Florida Room
with a team from Langley socially, and culturally. Lakeview Drive. they showed excellent form for very near future as she .is
the devotional period, and Mrs. R. P. Vogh are working out Mr. and Mrs. Julian Salve- missed Carport & Utility Room.
AFB in recovering the engine. Bank contents will help in- of here in Grandin.
friends four days
Parents and are their mere prac dChristmas'
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niwa'rd'Fifth" will"pres'ent of iof .
:the details the s rs'iip.Schiol sen and Mrs Annie Olsen of F. II. A. Approved
''The men from Langjey' in provide some of the smaller vited. -- .. 1 David. Christine. Zan and
Story' ofthe :lour News : I Wayzata, Minn.
are spending
toe air, plotting the course for niceties in equipment. Mrs.,Cooper ElectedTo tice.Steve Shackleford led the Charley Brantley went to Silver Small Down Payment.
and JosephZtomNazareth' Mustangs''re- ftfewinter '
ney:jof: Mary -The Melrose in M lrose. I
the%CAP group on the ground.the 'Officers and members appreciate Diocesan Office tribe with 12 points. Marshall 'iJ .1\lrs\ I Springs on Saturday' to 717 W. Cypress.Street
to'Bethlehem. The corded their second loss of Mr.'and Willis Moser
engine was located Saturday the success of the Members of the Executive Pardee and Bruce Moon shar- 'Tren- Jacksonville see the Prince of Peace Me- F Phone 964-3544
bowfng1 of'
season'by to
the : spent
afternoon Dec. 9. Everyone bazaar held at the November Board of the Diocesan Council ed the second highest scoring ,entire .group .will }join'' in the! ton'Priday night "58 35.J..The daywith'w. ),1'. and 'l\1i's.Thurs-I., !: m' rial. Starke

returned to the scene, and luncheon meeting, and at the of Catholic Women met in the spot with 8. singing. ., of 'Carols.. : A brief.. Mustangs were ahead 'at 'the Whilney. : F'I Mrs. Ruth Reed of Melrose

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began the tedious: job of recovering tea.In Cherry Plaza Hotel in Orlando Mike Lovorn led the re. business meeting will. follow end "of the first quarter but! Charlie Morrisson 'Is' in"'thetfradford I I

and reassembling the correcting a previous recently. Plans were made bounds with 15. i the program.
[ fell behind dprihg'lhe: last : County. Hospital; at I
item Mrs. John Karges is Convention in the '
lost engine. Each'small part for the Ladies Night Dinner Starke. ,
part of the Don Wil
game.
had. to be located by searchers program chairman, and introduces Spring of 1963. Mrs. Emery Enjoyed By Lions I
COMMUNITY CHURCH Hams was high scored for the Mrs C. L. Bass, Mrs. G. A
sifting handsful, of' sand. all speakers, as she [Bee] Cooper of Lake Genevawas
The Keystone Heights Lions KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. losers with 22' ,points., Other Godley and Mrs E. H.: Bart-
did at the above-mentioned
The heaviest parts were moved elected recording secre- their Ladies enjoyed a i who scored for Melrose 'I lett attended of
and A. C. Holt, Minister.Mrs. players a meeting
The of Mrs. G- is
name the Council. Bee a
W-jth the help of heavy program. tary for .
} M.-Warchild ommitted in William's Ladies' Night Dinner at the George A. 'Candva, organist ; were' Mike Stanford, Jimtoy" -- the County Federation (Wo
from Bland- was member 0 f St.
equipment Camp. Hall Monday night.' Allison, men's Clubs Gainesville
last week's list of hostesses at Church in Keystone Heights. Masonic and director. John Hud Downs.. Wayne in
ing.When The Keystone Heights Junior son; Youth Director. and Eugene Meadows. I Mrs. Bass served on the regis-
luncheon meet-
: all parts had been the November She has held offices in both
I Woman's club prepared and Sunday School 9:30: ajn The girls team scored their t tration committee and Mrs.
ing. We are Club and the Altar -
found and assembled the .engine sorry. the Catholic
served the delicious meal. 49- Bartle'tt, president of the Melrose
Morning Worship, 11 a. m second victory by winning -
An Explanation William's.Teachers
Society of St.
was hauled to,the Gainesville -
After everyone had enjoyed Youth Groups, '7pm. Womans Club, gave a report -
airport and shipped to Mrs. Bernice ,Young, presi- View Books 29.The
Claxton Fruit Cake will of the
their Good Mustange play at projected year's
,where ,an investigation .- dent of the EstreUita Club, in ,At Library Coffee EPISCOPAL '
Langlejr :
ST ANJVE'S
I
: dessert [the kind being sole Ft. McCoy Friday night, Dec. plans. .'
jof the .cause of the fail behalf of the members of the Wednesday afternoon, Dec. i CHURCH i
President
by the Lions], Lion Mrs., Carl Hagglund and
will be made. club wishes to give 'credit 5'Mrs. head II 15.Faith'
ure Judy Carlton .li 1 Charlie McGlave had each Rev Wm. .W. Worstall, Presbyterian Church I Mrs. A. J. Witherspoon visited
The CAP assisted by where credit is due. Their assistance for Clay County Li- :
brarian '
was Vicar.
member introduce himself i The ,annual Christmas pro- Rev.. and'Irs.. Eddie Prest of
the Army National Guard. in the building of the Bee a to :
Mrs. Cooper 8:30
braries offices
; Daily : a.m. ,
and his guest.A gram will be held Sunday, Springfield "Methodist Church
Masonic Temple was a very of the Library Board; Eucharist Wed- .
member 5 Holy
swearing-in ceremonywas p.m. Dec. 16 at 7:30 Mrs. W. i iiTBraKforct
Insurance Savings Plan tothe I I : p.m. ,
small part in comparison .
Helen Lawrence Eucharist t i
and Mrs. nesdays, 10 Holy S -
a.m.
If You Lhe-It's A Saving: conducted by Lion Mc- A. Wallace wrote the program J. V. Ford visited her
efforts put forth by mem- tMrs. ,.
Clerk were 1st and 3rd Sundays
If You Ie-It's Insurance! Keystone Library ; Glave, at which time Lion"Whitey" on and has made a charming Na-
bers,of the Melrose Lodge No. hostesses at a children's book the, .each month. Morning Prayer, parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
Haynes joined scene'which will be
I
o\Sli yqUR VU'.MA" I 89. F, and A. M. exhibit and coffee at the Key-: Lion John 2nd and 4th Sundays. Litany tivity .; Cason, Thursday.
club. His ,
The Estrellita Club was or- .stone Library from 4 till 5 p. I Beidler, also sponsor took part in the Service on any 5th Sunday. used.Parents and teachers of j ""Mr. and Mrs. C- L. Bass are t\\\\\)

L.R.BRAULT j ginally formed to assist the m. The educators in this area I ,Sunday Evening Prayer 7 p. spending the week in Boca
him with
jI ceremony, presenting Faith Presbyterian Church n\\1\\\6\
But I .
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money-making projects. '
,
I were all invited: teachers, retired m. Raton.
Keystone Heights-Ph. 4151 I it* Was through the hard work teachers, and library I his Lion pin. Kindergarten are planningthe I \

lax Hlway 21 and financial donations of the workers. I Guest speaker was Patrol- FIRST BAPTIST annual Christmas party for: TRINITY EPISCOPAL : sttf..

Masons! that the building was The hostesses were anxiousfor man Jansen from Jacksonville I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Friday, Dec. 14, at 10 a. m. CHURCH MELROSE

.finally erected. all teachers, and others to who gave a timely speechon J. R. Smith, pastor Ralph Mrs. William Few, Mrs. G.'
Other Holy Days 10 a. m. Holy
driving.
holiday i
Copeland :Minister of Music
Restaurant
The ..Estrellitas are proud of be familiar with the library guests were Jansen's wife, and and church organist. Reed, Mrs. A. Brokas, Mrs. V. 3undays 10 a. m- Church ; PHONE
the part they have contributed -
facilities.A Powell. and Mrs. W. Youngare
our local patrolman, Jones, School. 11:45 a. m. Morning
'Services
I L and will continue working large number of local :. Sunday School committee. There will Prayer 'and Sermon'' 'iTtkl
and his wife. :
AWRENCE'S. .DINE'11OPEW with the Masonic Lodge and educators came to investigate The club voted continued 9:45 10:50; a.a.in.'m. Morning Training Worship Union,, be gifts for each child and Sunday, Holy cOmmunion 4p WO 4-3101

SUNIAJS ,the OES Chapter. the library's potentialities, and I support of the North Florida 7:00 Evening services itemS for a Christmas basket jn..: Episcopal. Y ung' Church- .. "
p.nt. .
]11 A. M. To 9 'P.M.lly. \ OES Plans Annual everyone enjoyed delicious refreshments Eye-Bank. \ 8:08: p.m. You are invited to will be collected. Children not 'men.; ""'. ":"l'J. /. '

:. _21 I Keystone..Heighta! : .Christmas Party and animated con- .Members of the Junior Club 'share family] Prayer time with attending the kindergarten Communion. '

The Annual Christmas Par- versation. who prepared and served the us. are also invited and the par- The. Rev. Lee W. Heaton. Office/ and School.upple; $

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VICar: .
I News from St. William'sSunday meal were Gloria Redfearn, I .

Dec. 16, will be Kie Ridnaught, Barbara -.., -. I 1..1t1 "f1rift'
,Have: you an old refrigerator METHODIST CHURCHMELROSE
Communion Sunday for all the Southwell, and Ginny Garner.' NOTICE TO DEFEND '.
.ten...or tools which you no longer I
.IX. CIRCUIT COtllT BEDFORD -
ladies of the parish. President McGlave
announced '
couvrr, .FLORIDA use. Concert them into cash
Monday, Dec. 17, will be the that another Ladies' Night IX CHA>CERY. glow Phone 964-3101 'and ask' Rev. Kenneth,W. Griffith BRADFORD County RAPiI

I last meeting of the Catechism 1 will be held in March. 9esley'Thom. s. r Joe classified. Pastor' T1EjE

groups until Jan.7 of the new Duplicate PostponedDue Plaintiff Sunday School 9:45 a.m. I *' I
.vs| ease No. 13174Patrlclj "
year. to holiday activities, Dfann Thomas Clerk of the Circuit Court Worship 11 a. m. L
is held By Marian 1,. Crosby
Adult Choir practice the Duplicate Bridge Club of Defendant,
NOTICE TO APPEARTo .Deputy- Clerk I I. 4-
at 1 p.m. each Sunday. I Keystone Heights has cancelled (SEAL)

The Altar Society ladies will j all meetings until Janu- : Patricia Diann Thomas GREEN & GREEN <* 4
whose residence "and address is:
hold a Bake Sale near the' ary 7, at which time they UNKNOWN Starke, Florida -KEYSTONE E HE1TS I
It 12-20 .. MELROE L
. 'c 'JJ-2' << $.f
Barber Shop on Lawrence will meet in the Masonic Hall .,a. Xou suit.for art Divorce hereby care notified, custody that = r-= --
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. I I Blvd. on Saturday Dec. 15. at 7:30: pm.ChiJd'ren'Share. and"control' of minor, child ha,:! .. -,
# Every lady of the Parish ,is Christmas 'been filed Against you in the -

expected to donate. Please ,Children'of the Community and above you named are required Court and to serve cause a WILLIAMS: I BUSiNESSOIRETqRjMILLWQRK. ; : t ti

j have all baked goods at the Church ,v.-ill..ihare Christmas copy of your answer er pleadIng ., .
1 sale by 9:30: a.m. Witti 'children 'at' ,SunlaridTraining''Center1 to the complaint"" the i .. ..' J' ,-, .
r Jt
"' fc/'Gaines- laintiffs Green & I
I Attorney JEWELRYREPAIRS
j The regular monthly meeting ,
.Green, Starke. Florida and file FLORIST '
., _
i of ,the Altar Society jrifl ville' "through', .a gift. p fbjeCt. ) the original In the office of the' James'McEachern
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I ( DeC.26. ,-ri Sunday :' ': *$ Clerk .of the Circuit Court'on or I I F
be.held 'on Thursday Edna Williams Keystone Realtor
wT: : Softool ,before> .the 31 tfay.uf. De,:ernb'e.; WATCHES-DIAMONDS; I
M. Beam
:
Sunday
The purpose I of this :"mretfiig <
I 1962; otherwise the. allegations,, v : : Millwork Shop Completely Furnished bed
thV !I superintendent, has announced of ,said Complaint :will be fakeD, > Ii..OKISTNUILSh3y;
I, will be to get church AD ,Work 'Guaranteed : room spacious home 2
Christ' thai ra Jh:1 :ss the IIr1' vl1} 'as confessed by"Vou. 1 -FLOWERS CABINETS ,DOORS years
cleaned and ready fdr This i old, on large
I i 'to"thfe JloUce.Jh: .n'be published! J -A. C. Williams landscaped lot
bring wrapped gifts '
.once each week for. four consecutive For 'Ail Occ Ions WINDOW FRAMES with
do '
.
mas. Everyone is ex&ected to I 'School I j '142 W. Call 'St J (ka $16,000.L1TTLl
Sunday Christmas weeks In the BRADFORD J Uelrose Phone: OR 5-2331 SCREENS
f be there, and to be ready to .party' that evening. fr & COQfTT =;TELEGRAPH. .Starke FU. ; SANTA FE

i ,work. Many hands Sake light ,:Dated this..25 day. pf Novem 7 Trim Material Mrs. T. R. Martin AssociaU
will bring *
Each child gift
i j
I How FAR Do You Look Ahead? ber. 1S6J, Sub Made T. Order
INSURANCE JAMES !L
I work. for child The -.- JIcKACHER.VP.
a his own age.
CHARLES A. DARBT ,
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I Please don't forgeVto give Christmas will'start i t tI Kryftfone! .I Height TeL 4225,I 0. BoX 13 Phone
. .' to nest ):ear's vacation? party at I Murrhee Insurance i 4106
home of ? I your discarded re-usables to 7:30 pm. Sunday in the educational 4.ti,4. .. t. : ", : Keystone Heights Fla.,
to buying a your own I ,:

S to going into business for yourself? I: the Shop White in Melrose.Elephant A "lot Thrift of play ,will building.ako be A Christmas presented Smith Corona and Remipcfton[ ',. J. Agency XlfflSEKYid" ...J -j I S. E. McKay, Realtor
I
S ; to college education for your children? people are asking for ,furniture during the evening. General InsuranceFire em ens Nursery, .
to financial independence for retirement r I Casualty! Bonds L&leTont; rrop n. 'Ht;
S your ,to lnIi. The Thrift Shop Mrs. McKay RecuperatingWe 'Allied 'Line's' CitrtIi.441Tebft> ;2$. to f $.. .

years? I ladies will sell your 6ld furniture along, with other Key- PORTABLE ; I. sojn in frpit, Canned or .9')1 and Amaje. ;4..
: ,. ftf'ystorte Rei2-tit5. 2731 I
: ;
i ..
No matter WHAT goal be I or appliances or 'clothing I stoners,, have been hoping and _I'-' J. 04 I root. K\a1lt. UelgbU( Ph. 4071
your may your '
or-whatever for you i ori consignment praying-Jor the uicfc tecovf.ery : I Aralea* 3 forJ.OO'. to 11.00: ca.Uiway .1 d
FIRST step is the same: Open a .savings account in I. Problem! with' Insurance .I .' I II. t
"will,take I 1'jiiifred: H.
They 25 r of Mrs. S. E. [Hazel! Me1- *"* "flit ***** 100 .at4Hillcrest i
1 .
this bank. Then, consistently'' and persistently add 1 TYPEWRITERS Call )lan ( I.
_per cent of selling cost for Kay who underwent serious r_ rom I _3_& Miles East of CRAWFORDRf.

toj bur savings. The formula* for jnalqng dreams their commission' : the seller surgery ,last week at the UnIversity : ;7e'' .I Keyt ie: Heights. I '

come trui.as! ) simple as thsit. Try it : f. arid see gets 75 per cent, the .buyer Medical Center In :. Mantly Payment Plan !I Real Estate Bro&erLakalPropertie

for yourself! gets a bargain and everybody Available I Acr &f. .
,Gainesville.: It bas been said REAL ESTATE .
is happy! that when we"pray for othersour I I e I i II' Ranches Business City

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK chool Activities ,prayers are.more apt to i, *r ,Geo."E."LaRue C. J. Pete O'Corxnor Homes Rentals
,
"W Take
PTA'WiU be held on Thurs- be answered than when we I Keystone Heights .. A Personal Irte_

t If. 1? {VEn! F4.I. .. day evening Dee. 20. in the pray for ourselves. At the last I li 'SQLQf .ActForTRAILERS t* REALTOR h'I I In \pT.}! f(1uJj( ; 1eifjkS.Y3WnI
.
: f, I .J WI1 ,
1 ; with Tan eveningof I EASY: TEPiMS
Ii IiA pafeiorlum report it seems that Hazel ; I .*Insurance..*. -*T- ,Q>m.p- '1.YOOrMOwners '
ritndly: flank in A Fren1y' l ,CommunLty entertainment, including has had a great many wellwishers I JKEAI.CSTATEMORTGAGES : p I !, iDi i :I

the Variety Show that was whose 'prayers have : '. ','\R1UIile] Fire :;'PRA1SALS 1 Hlway 1-IJp $uaay!_.
..Kevstone BRADFORD COUNTY
Heights Fja
TELEGRAPH
;- '" .. 4 :_ ., Originally scheduled for the been answered for it seems Tel 4692.'Day 4325 Nite KeY Pt. .He1Jkt.. ?.b9el u 0' /1R -%D*I
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: ov. meeting. It'* was post- that she has 1 I" '\ ... ..." ,. a.f.i1fVJ$4" .
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'lB1mSDAY. DES 13, 196 BRADFORD'rOtJXTY! TELEGRAPH.STARKE.. FLORIDA
PAGE NINE

,_,_,.,'.r_ .,...,_ of 'Mrs. ,
Tommy, Bennett last. ter in Gainesville. ing returned home with them charge of the program; Wed- for James Tompkins at Elzy i I a Starke hospital recuperating
Saturday night in the educa- Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Flem-j for a few days. nesday, in the ,home of Mrs. Chapel last Sunday. Mr. and from an operation.
RAIFORD tional building. The holiday ming and suu, The Lottie Moon Week of Bessie Browning; Thursday in I Mrs. Joe Cason attended the:'I Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Bennett FOR SALE
theme was used in decorating, their father Glen flemming,I', Prayer was a wonderful success the home of Mrs. Ada Godwin: funeral of Joseph Williams.Mr. and children of the State!j I By Owner -
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-' and many lovely gifts were received all of Portsmouth, Va., were! The service was held in and the final service, on Fri- and Mrs. _Earl Dobbs,I I Farm visited Mr. and Mrs.:j I I In Pinehurst Subdivision
.Rev. Allen Price brought an by the honoree. Monday guests of their uncle J': the home of Mrs. Ruth Raul- day, in the home of Mrs. Ver-I had as Sunday guests Mr. and:i Buster Bennett of Lawtey i&st I|j i Concrete Block Home, 3
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cason i
interesting: sermon last Sun-I of ''and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. w.']I; ins with Mrs. Vernell Sapp in nell Sapp. !I Mrs. Mikell and children of I I, Saturday. ::!!i Bedrooms & Florida Room, _
day.-'Visitors'present were Mr.I Jacksonville recently visited i iI {:: Thompkins- i i charge of the program on"The Lake City 'i
I I Mr. and Mrs. Jim Conner ; Carport i & Utility Room. ..
and Mrs. Carlos Snails and I their parents, Mr. and Mrs 1 I IJ I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Browninghad Darkness of Igorance." Other I had I Mrs. Ernestine Kitler of Rai- ..
as' Tuesday guests their :
J Theodore Rosier. I THE RIGHT POINT for the! F. H. A. ApprovedSmall
little Dale, and Milton Wade. as Wednesday guests|: meetings during the week I daughter. Mrs. Lonnie Dobbs ford had as weekend guests i ;
Mrs. Julian Dobbs and Pam The many friends of Joe their children, Mr. and Mrs.' were 'held as follows: Tuesday -I of Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Kitler, way you write. Come in and Down Payment.
were in Gainesville Saturday. Norman will regret to learn Henry Perry and little son of;', in the home of Mrs. Alice I Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Tomp- i and children of Lake City. select your favorite ESTER- 717 W. Cypress Street
A shower was given in honor that he is in the Medical Cen-,!,I Melrose. Mr. and'Mrs. Brown-I Cason with Mrs. Godwin in.!!I kins attended funeral services i We are glad to have Jimmy I I BROOK Gp\PII.Fountain Pen. TELE- Phone 9643544WE
r i i Thornton home after being in
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. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA THUDSDAY. DEC. 13, 1962 i iI
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BAYLESS HIGHWAY I NORTBSIDE BAPTIST $ HEIfcBRONN i MAYOR'S COURTStarke refusing to obey an officer, I
I CHURCH SCHEDftlE PLANREVIVAL I'iAt The Tabernacle I
i BAPTIST CHURCH
and failure to yield the rightof.way \
It
i Mayor Randal Chit- and causing, an a ci- ; t
.Sunday School 10 a. m Revival services will be held Sunday School 10
t. m. :;: The Sunday morning mes- :
Morning Worship. H a;'m.. t at the Northside Baptist i I ty recorded a light session inMayor's !< dent.
; Mer in&. Worship., 11 a. m, I'i at the
sage Gospel Tabernacle
1
Training Union. g p; .m. Church, Nov. 28 through.i Dec.I' TraIning Union, 7'D.. m :1 1was delivered by Rev. Walter i! Court Monday night 1i 1 I toto\'S :
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Evening Service, 7 P.JB. Prayer 2. Services begin at 7:30'pjn.: ; !' with only eight cases on the!
Evening Worship. 8 p. xa, :,; Zvoda of Ashnlle, N. C.. who ': docket. II I Ii Zipper Notebooks, $2.; <<9 atI
meeting, Wednesday 7 p Pinner will be'held on the I
Prayer Meeting
Wednesdays j I I I
with Mrs. Zvoda, is spending Bradford I
County Telegraph i ii Gt
at grounds on Sunday. Dec. 2. I IBOA'roB.UN ':30 D. m: Rev: Joe !i Three persons were charged I : k666
Church 7 ROODj
p.DA special film will !j i some time in Starke. The evening with i i
disorderly conduct, two
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH
shown. i i i
be
service
I | was in charge of : HLindy f
Sunday, Dec. 16 BAPTIST with public intoxication, and Laundry and Dry
-A special Tuesday. Dec. 18:- Executive BETHEL BAPTIST' I the sponsor. II I
offering for the White Clufctmas Committee meeting of WSCS, Homing Sunday School 10 11 a. m':; CHURCH I II CHURCI\1 The Senior Bible Class, under {j one each for reckless driving,I Cleaning Ball Point Penn, 59c 1I 1i i 1 f
Worship a': m. I
for Sunday School I at THE TELEGRAPH. j
the ;
Florida MethodistChildren's : 9:15: a.m. General Meeting ol 7:30 R. T. Wil- Sunday School. 10 a.m. leadership of B. E. McRae j, I
p.m. ttev.
home will be takenat WSCS, 10 a.m.Wednesday Evening Worship' '(:00' pjn.I Morning Worship 11 a-m.' Morning Worship 11 a. m.1 j,,I has\ just completed a studs of ., .
the evening worship ier-, [ Evening Worship 7:30: p- m. 4!f
Dec. 19-pray- Hams, pastor. Training Union 6:30 p. m. prophetic teachings in the ,
vice. It has been Prayer meeting Wednesday
requested by
I, er Meeting 7:30 7:30 Book of Micah.
: p.m. t Evening Worship, p. mI I
the home that 7:30 p.m.Rev.. R. T. Williams
cash contribu-
I i I i Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley'I
ThurSday Dec. 20JUnior SEVENTH DAY Prayer Meeting. Wednesday "
tions presents.be in made order rather that correct than Choir rehearsal and Story ADVENTIST CHURCH I 7:30 p. m. pastor. I attended and the Gideon banquet HOW TO START A FIRE -:

Time Primary Story Hour,! feUonshia meeting in:
sizes and duplications may be Sabbath School [Saturday) I : i! Gainesville Saturday night.
eliminated.The 3:15: J>JU. Chancel Choir" rehearsal 9641324." nnnnnn.'tHnnnHHnHnH ''''''''''' WITHOUT EVEN TRYING

7:30: p.m.Friday 9:30'a"; NEWS OF' INTEREST TO COLOREDCITIZN : : .. .. .
Christmas Cantata will : m. Morning Worship LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH I Iei'
be presented by the Chancel; Dec. 21 -, ChurchSchool 11 a. m., Located between Wilson I
: OF BRADFORD
Choir at 7:30 p.m. There will Christmas Tree for Road and Griffis Loop.j $ COUNTY Sunday school 9:45: ajn.

be no sermon. Specials will be h11dr p'.c Rail Division, 7:30 pm., ,in Fellowship E. L. Marley, pastor. Phone jI I (By Elizabeth Givens. ) I I I Morning worship 11 am.

given by the choir, as weUas>l:; I; .. I Evening worship 7 pjn.
solos and duets. Mrs. Allen 1 FIRST CHRISTIAN 14&'. .1 .. 4 .. .I ......o\...& ../Io"AU'i I I Everyone welcome.-

Sanders is the director, and CUNG8EGATIONMIIOLINES CHURCH : ML',; RJE Coronation ]Please be on time, Santa Rev. D. E. Willis, Pastor. '

Mrs. L. J. Green, organist. The CHURCH The traditional crowning of (Claus will be present. The location I II I, "
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Junior Choir will replace the, 537 W. Call St., Starke I 'I."i
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Miss RJE will take place during < is'730 Pine St. from 11 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN :
Chancel Choir during the North 301. 2% miles out ol Rob L. Badgett, Minister the annual Coronation 1 to 2:30. CHURCH

morning worship service, this town on left of the road. Sunday School. 945; a. m. Ceremony Thursday night, CHURCH NEWS I

Sunday. :They will sing the Young People's Meeting, Church Worship, 10:45: a. m. Dec. 13. at 8 o'clock in the Greater Allen Chapel 390 N. Church St. / : [ \

anthem and the',offertory., riday, 7:30: p. m. Sunday Chi Rho 5:30: p. m. Choir RJE cafetorium. Miss Glory AJVI.E. Church H. Walton Grady. Minister

Monday Dec. 17-Th Wes- School, 10 a.m. Sunday Night practice 6:30: p.m. CYP. 7 p.' Edith Cummings has been selected Rev. L. A. Sampson, will observe Sunday School. 9:45: am

leyan Sub DistrIct for the Worship, 7 p. m. Everyon m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. as Miss R'JE for 1962- regular pastoral day Morning Worship 11 a.m. Letters bum well A Will
pretty
Methodist Youth Fellowship cordially invited to attend- m. Wednesday.TTTTTTTTTTTVTYTTTTTTTT. 63. The program, for the cere- Sunday beginning with Sunday Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m. ignites

will meet at tne Scarce) cjiurch Rev. Carl Edmondson. pastor. mony will be based on the School at 9:45: with Miss Thursday Choir Practice i readily.And for quick action and virtually) ;

theme, "Winter Wonderland,' Fannie Bell Frazier in charge. 7:30: p. m. irretrievable loss, nothing beats old deeds, t,
i with Sonja Williams as narra- Morning service will be held

EVERGREEN tor. at 11 a.m. At 3 p.m. the Choir ,, birth certificates, service records. \

i Christinas Parade Union will b$ held at Greater ber to witness the occasion. But, if you want to safeguard your valuable i

On Friday, Dec. 14, a parade Allen Chapel' with the new Miss Joan Jenkins, a studentat .!
By Mrs. Minnie L. Redding I, papers and articles against the fire ?
I will begin at 10:30: am., and president Rev. Levy Lennon, Bethune-Cookman College, .4

I 1 Phone 782-3232 : will proceed along the follow- in charge. All choir members will also witness the event of'' hazard-as well as theft and misplacement i
i ing route: starting from RJE and frjenojs to attend .
are .invited -
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i December 23rd. -rent a safe deposit box here. Costs )
iAAAAALIAAAAAAAAUALAI and south Pine to and spiritualprogram. ,
i I moving on I enjoy the RJE Honor. Roll Continued .
I Mr. and Mrs. Guy Futchi Brownlee, west on Brownlee to I! ] 8th GradeLarry Brown, ; mere penni a week :"

Walnut, south of Walnut to I Parents are asked to please
and Lita spent the weekend 1
GiOCER & P11ARKET i Ivan McCollum, Shirley Ann
': with the Leon Sauls family in Call Street west on Call to I send the Sunday School students Lewis, Gloria Davis, and Jery i
i! Lake City. Temple Ave., north on Temple t to rehearsal each Mon-
Half Mile North Of City Limits-tJ. S. 301. : Mr. and Mrs. Warren Johns to Brownlee, east op Brown- day at 4 p.m. to rehearsal for Davis. ii

I of Jacksonville were Sunday l lee to Oak to Ida, e4st on Ida I Ito i the Christmas program. The 9th Grade- Maxine Odum. i i
OPEN 7 DAYS-7 A.M. TO 11 P.M.
; guests of the Earl Mosleys. RJE School. I Christmas program will be Shirley Brown Coy Jackson, FLORIDA

: Among the weekend guests Basketball News (held Sunday Dec 23, at 6pin. Barbara McCollum, Claranel ,

Black Eyed Peas -,10: CANS lof the Fisher Gasking family The RJE Tigers and Tiger- I All members and friends Mitchell Marion Jenkins, Za- i j '-- "c, c .. "'- -'' 'r-';:'., ,,,<,c '';' __ .. __ c'"c_ -
ettes will) meet Richardson : are invited to witness this phaiah Lane, and Velma Peek. I iii :r
: were Mrs. Maggie Wise Mrs.I j II "BItN K I
I I II AISTIT A I RK{ [E
\\ High of Lake City at > ,. and th I -, __ _,d : __,
Yvonne Wise. Miss Jenny Gas-I j ? fi.nv progjatR encourage eTHE Ii ,_. _, c_. ___, __
Potted Meat - c i! kins, and Mrs. Winnie Woods i Friday, Dec. 14, in the RJBi .i sup!. and the little: folk. I'I'i RIGHT POINT for the II'i'I';

: of Jacksonville. i gym. This is our Annual ,Bethlehem. Free Will Baptist way you write. Dame in and I One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group

Pork & Beans------ I The Leslie McClellans visit-)| Homecoming game which in Church began services select your favorite ESTEfi-i Member Federal
I ed Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Linger- previous year has followed with Sunday School at 914&am. : BROOK Fountain Pen TELE- : Deposit Insurance Corp. '

I felt in Middleburg :recently. after the coronation ceremony.' with the supt. in charge.'I II GRAPH. I

Vienna SausageGRADE .=; J I Misses Helen and Catherine Richardson high has always I I I Teachers present were, Mrs. l'e

Gaskins spent last weekend I[ been, one of our strongest opponents f Gladys Biye, deacon, J. W.

with Mrs. Helen Wise in Jack and this year is -I'. Prince. Miss Velma Peek At

C sonville. exception. So come out .,11! aJQ. Rev. S. White was in

Mrs. Arvis Kirkland and an evening of thrills. charge of service. Music was Cole's MARVEL Cols's! HEAVY/ DUTYADDING .

"A"L children attended the funeral Seniors Score High provided by the junior choir. Iii'" 'r.frtC /--"
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FR of an aunt Mrs. Mattie Dan The RJE Seniors made a At 4:30: Mrs. Gladys Blye and '!

iels, in Georgia Monday. Ou score "of 2QO and better on the the YPCL rendered a song,
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sympathy is extended to them.. Florida lath Grade Exam. Ro- accompanied by Mr. Me Lee 4 "r:

4 Rev. J. E. Norman has beena bert Wade, Betty Crum, and-] and Mrs. Juanita Carter. At '' a WeighsNEWELECTOC 4

patient in the Bradford Mary Perdue: made ton scores 6:30 the Woman's Mission ; less than 4 Ibi. a
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PICNICS--lb.I
Bradford County Hospital, but on the state exam. Robert actually with Mrs. Sarah Prince in !f L.

is back at home now. made the highest score' charge 'rendered. .. .-!. very fine -' ',t. .4]fry
FRESH LINK.
Church Activities of 318. program: .

PURE PORK SAUSAGE lb. 59c The WMU observed their New regulations' o'f the State Mrs. Prince, the president, -------B..:

Week of, Prayer. Attendancewas Board of Control require thata expressed gratitude to the coworkers -- .f

VAN CAMP NO. 2i/2 CANS small, but our blessingswere high school graduate pres- for responding to her ..

PORK & BEANS ., .4. for ,- 99c large. ent a score of 300 or better, request. s
Rev. Mathis brought two as well as a C average in academic Schedule for the following No.TR400

ANY BRANDMILK Inspiring messages last Sun subjects, 'to bfe fully week: Monday night. Choir -v- $149.00
qualified for "admission tQ th I No. 1, will have 1'1.- 10 KEY,MANUAL
day. We invite you to visitwith e rehearsal
-,8 cans $1.00SUNNYI..AND us at any and all times. State universities. Seniors, I Tuesday,' Faithful Few club COLE For addition, subtraction ar\d ysfing. Total capacity ;
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otherwise qualified, who will meet. iLLL 9,999,999.99 both positivft and negative Keys
The Christmas program willbe present Wednesday night, ( : ALL TRANSISTOR MODEL
,._ I held at 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. a total between 200 and l general prayer meeting. Thursday ; 1_ _. ; for Repeat and Non-add, Minas, Sjb-to'ol!, Totel;
PURE LARD ''8 Ib. bucket $1.39 21, featuring the young peopleof 299 may be admitted if they night, Ladies Circle at the Operates both by cattery and electric' (A.C.) Keyboard Clear (lever.T'W-color ribbon with subtract

the church. Everyone is in. 'are recommended by their home of sister;'McKay. Friday PROTECTED BY A GENUINE LEATHER CASE items, negative totals and sub.totat'! printing

BAKE RITE Shortening. 3 Ibs. 59c vited. principal as able to do successful i night, Prayer Band'will meet. e Dictate your in ideas your car while, home fresi,," hotel.mind.Register Used for dictation. Records inter in ted. Base 8" x 11" .. .. No. 436 $149.50

[Held over from 'last week] work in college. Seniors .Saturday night, I Can Circle views and conferences. Operates PIUI, lax
KOUNTRY KIST with score of 199 arid under. will meet.-'Mrs. Hosa Green, S fat-.ffic. frcuiscripfioo. Your secretory.
Mrs. Harold Wise and Miss as easily as the phone. Errors erase
CORN PEAS. 2 29c may not be admitted _to a reporter; Rev" L. McKay, pas listens to your dictation, then types at her
or ** cans ,. Virginia Gaskins of Jacksonville state college except in those tor. own speed. Crystal clear playback. automatically, Dictate at home or

recently visited their par- instances where an appropri- Jehovah's Witness Record in your Car. Eliminates, costly stenographic -
OSAGE ents, Mr. and Mrs.'Fisher'Gaskins. Circuit = any phone conversation. Both your
PEACHES 'No.2l2 can 25c t.; tate faculty committee judgesthat The Interest and attention voice and,the voice talking to you. dictation."SAFETYPE" .
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such person should have of Jehovah's Witness of Circuit -
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Nathan Starling, who is employed '
I' 'an opportunity to demonstrateability
are 'directed 'to Gainesville -
VITA FOODAPPLE in Beach,
Daytona
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I to do successful college ,'where.they will attend
JELLX'21b. 25c visited relatives here over the "
j jar
1 I work three-day' Circuit Assembly. k.

I i weekend. Robert Wade and Mary Per- About 20 or more of Jeho- ,
JIM DANDY C I Stanley Crawford, and children due enrolled and took the United tah's WItnesses 'and persons .

I and Linda Gaskins spent College Scholarship Examat of good-will from the Starke STEEL STORAGE CABINET

.GRITS------S.LBS.. I the weekend in Albany, Ga. Lincoln High GataesYiHeon Congregation"will leave the f.: I This full size,cabinet Is a fine addition
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= The Leslie McClellans recently October 28. If they'are successful city Friday, Saturday and to any office.Dust-proof,heavy gauge d s
CABIN HOME I 'visited the WilliamPringles in ''passing this 'exam Sunday to-attend this meet t? steel protected by strong doors

in Sanford. they will "be) offered 'scholarship .1 equipped with a two-way locking device .
33 CABINET
'. .. 5 LBS. ing.It DRAWER
MEA io I i M;. and Mrs. J. C. Higgin- : to"attend the private' colleges is not,:known how many controlled by a paracentric Jgcl. 36Q Comportment Cqp tity. Will pay for itself in

botham visited his parents, 1ri.th@ United:\ States belonging Wises will attend this Easily assembled. 72" high, 36" wide safe-guarding) hardware. tools,'fotalogs, printed

ROYAL the Buford Higginbothams. in to the United Negro meeting but it is believed that ;l 18W' deep. Four adjustable shelves. matter, etc Inside drawer size:,8se" wide, 2'."

RlCE.-'S 59c Maxville over the weekend. College Organization. this assembly could well be higfi, 12" deep. Cabinet sije: &.tJ" wide, 37'z"hgh,12W'
LONG GRAIN Ibs.: I F Mist Green, Olive Green, Desert Sand{
steef!
; Honor; Roll' largest held ; deep. HeQvy A isf Green, Olive
M1 and Mrs Guy Fut h in the Circuit. All
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Cole .. ..... 772 $59.00
: or Gray. No.
12thBetty Crt Mary Green Desert Sand or Gjay. .. N;. 3312 $49.95
DIURRAY'SVANILLA and Marvin Futch visited,M!. m. persons of good, will of the ;. ; .
pperdue, Glory Cutnmings- a Additional shelves.....Ho. -SMS.75eat cabinet,
h Above cock
and Mrs. John Moye in Jacksonville city are invited to attend. b Af&fff Whipped
WAFERS Ib. cello 29c bert Wade< Booker> '1".Marshall with] 2 adjustable! divides velnng 99 e
above but 76"
recently. Same high.
Some of the local ministersof os
Sandra'Long, Oretha Hamil s: ; No.76 $89.50 comparfmentt.: '" No. 33120 $59.00 c'
Mrv and Mrs. Eugene Starling Jehovah's Witness are,
GA. RED were visiting in Middle- tQ D"..James.Franklin., scheduled to apeakJ] during the s x Additional: shelves.,No. 6.SH $5.75 eo.CONFERENCE" .
TOMATOES 'calls $1.00 llth C .
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burg recently. Ruby Revel, Betty three, days., The meeting will

Tucker Jimmie.. :Brown. ,Charles be held: at :Zion "Temple. ECONOMY"Choir
Hamilton. 'WfiJiel: Moore; .f Corrects improper
-- The .
-- .Annual of
U 2>Assembly 1 "
rJanie 6cott.10th posture. All nylon
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The First '--Benjamin'Franklin. Living held at FortMyers. I peyrings. Fingertip
STARKEBUSLNESS! DIRECTORYt ? W1lli m'Pier ; Haywafd'Randolph The was Solicitor for the adjustment.Steel band

Jamea'Houston.9th ., Firs "'Borl\ Church: ol Starke 9 '/,, back supporSeat,
Y
Maxc Odjua, stUl was Zephaniah Lane accompanying :1Itc 16'i"xUV'x2V.No. .
t ley Brown, Coy Jackson; Bar- her was:,Mis4 Regina 11 2809 .., $49.95

SERVICE bara-- -McCulhtm, Claranell Ellis: a' friend. !
REPAIRS '-, AUTO SERVICE AUTO Mitchell.. Marion'Jenkins Ze- try r! iiraoisrur cities
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The congregation: is grateful -
..... ." I ; 4 : Greet Brown, Ton,
phaniah' LaDe Velma Peak. to have their flame end
J.} B. Wright Starke's pastor back, Gray
7th -- Anthony DeSue, Willie Elde? Flax Howard. Host pastors
Earl's Garage. BINCtAIB; '&KTICB Cities Service StationJ. B. Scott, Nathaniel Jones, were Elder Vasco Reglas '3 9tti

ALL KINDS'Sr STATIONComplete"AutA C. Gardener, Prop.Every Mary Ann-Sear y. Jai-}1athari slid Elder D.; W.Shingles pre- ,

Setvlcetterli "Mechanic*! Sendee : Reed Shirley Ann Brown siding.-Zephaniah Lane reporter -
AUTO EEPAIB WQESAH Linda K DiM ins, Carolyn ;' Elder F. Howard pas- The "TTP- T"
Tire* & -'Accessories I General Repairs AutomatkTI1t.nm1i ,Taylor Betty Jean Smith. tor. Eliminates fatigue fingertip
Work OuaranleSd Washing ons !' Desk adjustment Ali.
Lubrication 4thBarbara Jean Hudson,I EngagementRer. ,
Phone 969-2981.; Cities Service Prodocta. For ex eurira who need more top space. ener. nylon bearings. Steel
542 Madison $692801Dodd's Janet Louise- MeCoUam, Qer- and 'Mr Alphonso DECORATOR COLORS:
. Bo. Walnut. Start! TIRES BATTERIES aldine Dean Aden Moore, Vel- Jenkins cus overhang! will comfortably sect 8 to 10 pea- Mist Green, Desert Sand,. Sahara band back support One
t. ;...ir# I announce the engage- pie.,Jfarvy steeL Brow.,at Cole Cray.BUlNPftOOl -' piece, base in colors vS
da Lee-world CQvge linoleum / Jq', :
m. 1 '- 705 N%.Tend Stark*] ;burp Bass, ['ment'of their:daughter, De- cowed! top. :

i 'Service 4It&Auto"Sales .'t'. PHONE. "W99U. -.-. .. .J I 2nd-:- Carnell Williams, Jo- loris Yvonne, tq Calvin L. Center. drawer with lock and key 72"w,.36"d, to, hyd harmonize" with "Navga- "
AUTO SERVICE ana, ,bean Clarence Price,i! Lamax of-'Philadelphia. Pa. N 0.,-. .'__._2 fefter/2 bpx drawers$136.95 'Awlaile witfc Cof!eTop upholstery. a'

AUTO TIRES. Mary Tyson, Levy Len lOn. j: DelorU, is s graduate of RJE N..471.-,4 >drawers! 186.95 .t that qfcqhol: canne: \ stain,eon tan Bonded foam rubber
I r .. No *. P9Qretiei b ur...., Add*CT* Mil 16x14'"x2Y; ;..
3rd CynthtBroxton.DuI4ent : 'tt.Wkh-I school in the class of ,4J' i-,,.. ...t 6 box drawers 152.45 to
S. :Starke Co. 'I .number B.OO adJ1. I' Na.
Gilbert Brown > 231
Recap OSS
$ .9S.
"Kambfer ae &;: Smite Christmas Party 1860)( and attended the Cal- :. ,''; ..

Stutdud ,Oil ServWsUUoa GENERAL REPAIRING Puppy Beulstgt-+, Ownt'1- .togaFt Clarence Defiue is asking Ma* School of Bartering in

>>pint for Can.t: Tnufel' I,all employees of'the Philadelphia, Pa. She graduated '

ATLAS.i 'internatfcnal" Lifetime ONE DAY *SERVICE Trail Ridge Plant ta hive as a; cpstew barber and. '

1'IRES. BATTESiES: -_s Uumera_ r NEW" TIRE Ar 6AttI1Cfl8BATTERIES ,your children "present at 11 a. is:the owner of a.barber shop Bradford .
Coun
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Budget TermsRO'4"fierdc* INANE "m,. Saturday. Dec. 15. at the; f on 57. 'and Vine Street In Phil Y. 1e1eph
Reno Theater, for the adelphia.
Tires, B UerieA, 4cc-ssflric Phone S64-0221 toYS: ,
Phono 9S-'lf21.; .games, and whai 'rot: Plenty., Rev. Jenkins and his mother .
407 N. Tenrjple;S yarke 523 S.: Walnut 954-3881 SOt South Starts JI
: plenty "to.diink
to eat for
I -inlaW, Mrs Sophia Royal,

I only the employee'schildren..j will leave the 21st.of.Decem-1-



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EkainThe 'Year.' qa .. .
,;A umber of our good farmer I'I
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/:'have ."been asked to \not fi> A'Jl -
out'rr rASCS pffice \t.awaY')\ as ,-... I 1"CO"h
I tt JM 'Jwer: itfmpleled; ''MsoH s > s n n 50 Free d.w.-
Green M
} mproving. and: oijMrviruj'. ,LB 1 fe5g Stamps :
practices;jrou panned-'to par-f .' t tv' .,. kwL WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF .
l ry out If.ybuj-eceived; a ca$: *. .... .a ANY TWO READY TO SEMVC U _i
i recentlybe"s+ire to let "MrsJ Palmetto Farms Salads ,.
Mildred' Sapp;know 'what,yoU Sunnyland's famous smoked HAMS ore perfect for any met J GOOD THRU DECEMBER ISTH "
I have ('dope.-She! ..mu'st i make her feast or 'snacks_ A family favorite that dresses up your table for AT ANY WINN-DIXIE ,..
repbfl as indicated! tby 'tle company sand makes a special treat of leftovers No center 3 d
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slices. removed... ,
card. '
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li ASCS1,Also,program in connection plans're with} be the f.',, TALMADGE FARMS COUNTRY ;.Horn, Bacon SWIFT'S PREMIUM BONELESS '.i.v'<,tt1". ':.,". ",."' ..',' f.:""7 '

Uwijlscuj: ed'for,the jlrst.paH1 is S # j: .."' 'IjfJiid!
of. 19,63. This' 'willi.include! such'prdgrarns. ,. a usage Lb 79' i C an P. 3 J. $199 ft :it ; '.t! .
{ as liming, scldina i IcnlC }r ,
and i rtUlzing':old'or new pas-- SUNNYLAND GA. LEGS; THIGHS, BREAST.(with ribs) FRESH d. ''Branded''T.bone ,.J
BOSTON
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I tare, pine trees and &:yeral.othersrThe 'I BUTTS ;
; office, :will 1fe ppettitle .: Fryer Part Lb ?k-' r. { or Round .: :
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; SaturdaY. 1 tiiprnirjg; .tJ i i Pork Roast Lb 39 "-TX; Sirloin .
jlso ou.:Saturday:. itiornins{tit 5'!! JI
CHOPPED, SHAPED, CUBED BEEF .
29th ThIs' is for tho'seof]yrn : 2-oz. CUBE W-D EXTRA j
interested.In;tt>e. p,olJ'aur; bl t L;:|!, LEAN FRESH GROUND DAILY Ij
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who" fannotcoinc'Jii, 'djrinIhe. -: ''. .S t e as. 1 0 $1 IP* !
' regular office,'Iio u'rs,,".,' v,i 1 G'n ee 5> PKG.LB $199 .;
Rat,Talk Again < / .1!f: COPELAND 11
,)Vej-. ..keep' talking. rats:eypry;1.. COUNTRY LINK FRESH PORK FRIED JUST HEAT and SERVE :

one can;'do.5o in awhija ntuch.damagelieris bec4y5\ ;;: H1/-e j!''' .. ,S a' U Sl ge Lb" 49i, Fish Sticks -' ,' :
something you, can'.ao: about'! 6 9 .

rat fo'W'fa-A'and'I It is'easy.good' ',tL to nQ.to'do.;; .. .iill, ,i r--......-................ ....................... ..... FRIED _JUST HEAT and SERVE Pkg. tJ; :.;il, .1 .

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r.ats.!.and n ice/,whUe..tlifeyaippcoriiing i SUPERBRAND COTTAGE 'i 1. i:. '
in ci t'of ,the cold; Fish Cakes *" IN. ..
weather. The first thing jtoir! 3 PKGS $1. p '
need' to do Is call! or come. by' Cheese- : oSCAR .,. i :
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our office and find out boiit I. 4,9" MAYER COCKTAIL '. A- -
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effective 'prograin. (! .ftave, : II !! } t

difficult to tell you to about.write :Vbout'but'It'It! Isa little 0 ..... ............................._...............II: W I e n e r s PKG 3 9 %:Ni,i.:R".. .. ;' .,":;.1.. ......\. aturally .tender and nd f a delicious.t ,before welg Tni ..mined cOO hlng.k. ..:
bone the .
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Rightilus' Times. '1 .' .x d to bring .
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Tuesday". and 1 Wednesftoy*of":,.. .' ...' ,. i < thi$ ,\-pek.} J pi\--\ na.r.d..ar.fvariet111i EVAPORATED ".:,.\ : ,.'di..i1 t.0 : .. .. _._:..-.'.;: : :; .
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ptqbJlTt M3rk.etin W l' ,1s.as our rtcul4ure'iiwol 1,nuQ11e.> o ne.;, Carnafion Toll 51. ._ ,:*.. r fi SUPERB RAND Choc., Vanilla, Str'bar ry ..

Wf' +arlety; fair activities; Cans _
"** it V 1programs. '" Ice Half
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lecJt'ing.[ and.plantln5"!; ? f -tqe,:croI 'B s&r p.]1; THRIFTY MAID ; Sore '2t Each : ream Gal. ,

I and, .con rjufiR! ajUl ,thp W'''Q.-,' i .
duct rep\ a+tfd.rJM House"')fe, Milk 1 1 QJ99.T': THRIFTY MAID LOW CALORIE .
", 'f.1a.j demand ql.hire.; "" lious O O
wife haye: Allr changed, e. VAN CAMP a j .,. Ice I Milk i I H 4 var-aIlpro ram.I : '" .t;., Save 4'2CIALO1 < Each Land "" "".",'" '"'t.1'- Gol, ,
gym'r.; ] "of thoyouiig O1 Sunshine .
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,t>a. c lives. who: *tic vlCV egrh P i1ris 300 101 BERRY HILL FROZEN :
r be p'..9It.{ 111 ;the b' ",;; w $
yard.ruiLdown.! :!.a chlckgnkjlld ; I.-. ** Strawberries lO-ox fl
J _,it, f ffa'ldjfjL.ajid.:picked; ,..t CA'r'or 'Li'l11ft'ilh: food order. B 'u E R Ptg s. |f ;
tFii cut !it'up Jpr( thl.par, ? MB. HI-ACRES
FROZEN FLA. ORANGE .
t.,-Coplpju .that' Qort.m: !> PQg F994" CAN 10" g ga :
uCe'q, b..wtth! the; eriejiij 1-s ;'..ofni
tta :Chicken! \nq w. "-: THRIFTY .TLTmif2 ACtL M Juice 6 X* i 9 C
{Thursday and'Friday,' 'M '.' MAID with food order. II Cans j
DiUQ d SPpAr'RiJ; b?4in .0 r ,. j I
;
l ndp1attending; an vadpainistrati've -. (ats" 2 12-ox... 25 1 .LB. Limit one MORTON*** FROZEN Chicken, Beef, Turkey .
,,(Coafenaie iot!AA s.of1 : : f1& $ ,
\ I with $5.00order
8-ox. |
a ;m.a.q'4g' t ..,t3 he "ill,don QTRS. ot P.les 5 .
THRIFTY: >)
the program to' discuss 'arf MAID CLING .Jw 9t Each rmore. Pies |fl

eye assigned. administrative, pi li-,. P h es 5N; 2-1..! $1 MORTON 88 P'kin, Mince, Apple, Cherry, Pjwch ::
-N xt Mo day.a1d. Tuesday,, 0. .
there will' be a GeorgiaFlorida rUlt Pies 3 SIeac ,
Tobacco meeting in Douglas LYKES (With Beans) Save 6< Each Fa .
Ga. The''highlights".ot!,. .
this meeting'1f be testtm on-. ( h-I-I I 300-Can 19 J. ,, ASTOR FROZEN FORDHOOK or .
ies of tobacco growers.' discount 900 ',....... .J. { "" I e '" r
....,_. ,.. Aio-z.
varieties, i Indus.try;; pro; < DaD" SI
blems and cultural practices DARLING DELUXE Imas '1 Pkgt. :
like,\the use of.MH30 .for sucker 'C +
COFFEE. SALE
19oz.Pkg. ASTOR
control. 25, FROZEN SPEARS of '
Last Monday afternoon .. $
Paul Hutchins Curtis' Mart iroccoli ,
'lowo and,I attended a meetingin CRACKINGOOD- Save 10* Each Instant Astor Maxwell House Astor Coffee 4'C I/ '
Gainesville: planning for : -
I the Gainesville Area Steer: I 2 lb 39t Instant ASTOR FROZEN BRUSSEL 1 ;
show and'sab. John Odoin and gars. Ba. .. 6-oz. 6-oz.
Tom Edwards, from B t&r&.and 'JAR 49 ,, 69 1-LB. 39 Sprouts 410-0Ze"'I' '.'..,
DIXIE JAR /
I DARLING
/lilda-Barrel from JBrobk? ENRICHED CAN :. ,
er will esch[: ;.shQW .a steer,r eps '
;.:.. -oz. Limit one'of your choice with $5.00 food LIBBY'S FROZEN ,
resenting, : ': .county.fThe **\: 'read 21 29" ; order. : .
Show ,is pelt, ''.M arc>. LYS.
15th-. This seems far off:out : Cream Corn 41.: ;
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remember r you .cant teed oiiC
and fit a'steerlf6Va: : shoarsale and .. ..At...t. .. r 3ft'
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We .are going to need pur
chasing support for Ness -
steers on March 15th.We want I _c- .r
I you to encourage these -young :
people in livestock projects!, ,FINEST BAKING
We will 'remind .you .of .the .
mow nearerthe.datew : T''S: SHORrENING' POTATOESRUSSETTS -

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-- BRADFORD COUNTTtBAPESTARK1.: FLORIDA:
THUDSDAY, DEC 1J
-- -- 1962
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I vyyvy vy vy y y V'TTTTTTmHAMPTON
your answer or pleading to the
: Fast
'n -
AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE Fancy Fruitcake. I THE RIGHT PODiT for the complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney -

way you write. Come in and&ect I J. C. Sapp P. O. Box 446,, Gas Genie
964-2600 your favorite ESTER- Green Cove Springs Florida I I says:
and file the original in the office
CRooK Fountain Pen. TELE- of the Clerk of the Circuit I MEET. MY GIRL
DeWitt By Bin. D. E. Bin
C. Jones Funeral'Home GRAPH. Court on or before the 31 day: N
of December, 1962: otherwise' FRIEND.SHELIKES
;
DeWitt C.
Jones Registered Funeral tAAAAAALLA4AAAALAk4ALAC1eintYp
Director the allegations of said Complaintwill j

Starke Fla. J Fix-Up Week be taken as confessed by
NOTICE INVITATION FOB
I
RENTAL SERVICES Proclaimed Dec. j 1-U BIDSt you.This notice shall be published .

Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches The' week of Dec. '17-24'wut ITEM 1 MATERIALS: To once each week for four con- Natural Gas
furnish all refrigeration machinery secutive weeks in the BRAD ,
be. Clean-Up, Fix-Up Week motors, compressors, FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHDated .
In Hampton" prb ia1med. by condensers, equipment, and accessories this 28 day of November I
Just As Well As I Do.
teayor Robert Cox.Dead limbs t with two (2) disconnect 1962. .
I -- ______:___ and : switches and all electrical CHARLES A. DARBY,
other trash is to be piled
: wiring: and all other items or materials Clerk of the Circuit Court.
N That's and ready to be picked up by necessary to having: a By: Marian L. Crosby If you are in doubt about Natural Gas ask
Our Business '
"
complete
the truck refrigeration unit, other Deputy Clerk

Liia "If It's Glass We Have It" 20. on Thursday, Dec. room than approximately installation,%for 2' x cooler 30' x.I. (SEAL) your friends and neighbors that use it and get first

CALL WRITE of VISIT The' proclamation, made at 10'. and of such size to guaran- 11-29 4t 1220NOTICE hand information as to its convenience, cleanliness,
-
tee a drop from 85 degrees to
FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S the city council meeting on 38 to 42 degrees within 4 hours TO APPEARTo economy and efficiency. We are sure you will want

Tuesday Dec. 4; .was made and hold this temperature. : Thelma P. Pafe, Defendant Natural Gas too.STARKE.
GLASS' CO. particularly timely after the ITEM 2 MATERIALS: To whose address is 318 Laural!
furnish two (2) complete refrigerator -
winds;,and frost later in the doorsone of which is Street, Emporia. Virginia: NATURAL GAS
Ypu are hereby notified thata
(NOT 'INC.) I, week made most gardens herea to be 3'6" x 6'6", single seal for suit for divorce has been filed

"Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co." sorry sight. ---.p inside wall, and the other 4'6" against you by Dennis V. Pafe. City Hall Phone 964-1301
A x 6'6"t double seal for exterior
For gifts, for snacking, or to serve with pride"'at ,holiday Plaintiff in the Circuit Courtof
yqur
The letter "to -
Public Utilities
GLASS We
Desten Modern Store Front? wall including hardware and
house there's *
,
open nothing quite like rich, moist fruitcake. This Bradford County, Florida., In
Just Mail Us A Pattern For I Commissioner' Wilbur C. recipe fits the busy season's schedule facings or casings prefab, ready Chancery and
nicely/too because it starts for installation, but not IncludIng ; you are requiredto
Table Tops King, authorized by the council with Date Bread Mix. With a few quick/additions ou'll have.a labor. I serve a. copy of your answeror I
: month loaf or individual fruitcakes full of. "a. other pleading to the Complaint
last brought the as goodies as Caristroas ITEM INSTALLATION: To
1313,N. W. 4th PJ.'Gainesville Fla. stocking. furnish additional materials necessary on the Plaintiff's attorney '
- I I -- ,L Phone.FR2-4353----IqHe1p reply, .that the North Florida Date Fruitcake V' .'' and labor to install refrigeration S. L. Scruggs, Post Office Starke Motor Parts Co ? 4
Telephone l Co. 'could not be equipment listed in Box 197, Gainesville Florida, i
made' re-install the public 1 package Date Bread VA cups chopped candied, Item 1 above. and file the original in the of- J
Mix fruit '-..' ITEM INSTALLATION: To fice of the Clerk of the Circuit 155 W. Brownlee St.

,- phon booth here. The company _. 1 cup chopped pecans % cup. raisins. .. furnish all additional materialsand Court at Starke Florida, on I
had .
informed Commissioner labor for the complete Installation or before the 18th day of December -I Starke FloridaIs
Prepare Date Bread Mix ,
that, adding candid fruit, pecans and of the doors and door A.D. 1962.CHARLES "
King the booth
Your State
GrovA raisins with the
dry mix. Bake at 350
degrees for
65 to 70 minutes jambs as called for in Item 2 A. DARBY,
I did not".bring in enough'revenue ;Glaze with warm corn syrup and. garnish with candied fruit.. above. Clerk of the Circuit Court owned by W. A. Trimble who resides in Ormond

to make it,worthwhile for Cool thoroughly] before slicing. *.> .' ,. Separate bids must be furnished Bradford County. Florida I Beach, Fla. Also is the owner of 12 other stores on
them to continue a public MINIATURE FRUITCAKES: Bake in 24 paper-lined or greased for each item listed By: Marian L. Crosby,
muffin cups for 30 to 35 minutes. . above. All said equipment to be Deputy Clerk the east coast of Florida & South Ga. with the oldest -
telephone in Hamp n., 'The J installed in a cooler room located 114t 12-13 of the 13 in Waycross, Ga. All of these stores
council hopes to .have a representative on Southeast corner of Unit
No. 1, Starke State Farmers' carrying the complete line of N.A.P.A. Automobile
of 'the
at
; company last week with their brother- Market, Starke Florida. For .. CALL FOR BIDS I
plant will furnish coloi Parts. With 11 of those being supplied out of the
a meeting here soon 'to |iron more 7 tails write L. H. Lewis, Chief Sealed bids will be received by
out'difficulties. in-law and sister, Mr. and than a plant with few un- State Farmers' Market, P. O. the City Council of the City of NAPA Jacksonville Warehouse at 1090 Haines St.
: Mrs. K. B. Watterson.jLet's bran hed"stalks. To Box 1191, Winter Haven. Florida Starke. Florida. at the City Hall ,
The council voted to : promotea
request i Phone CYpress 3-3169. We in Starke Florida, until 7:00: I j
This warehouse around 100 NAPA out.
riot serves
a. street light for the junction V of colored bracts, prune reserve the right to accept or o'clock P.M., on Tuesday De
of Highways 221 and 18, near the plants''. several times 'during reject any part of any bid or !; cember 13, 1962, at which time lets in the State of Fla. and carry approx. million

the Carl Brown residence. All the;\growiI g"'. eason.,:'Cut all the bids State in Farmers'the best Market interest pro-of !I and be place all bids received will dollars of stock. All of these parts carrying a factory -
publicly opened and read a-
council members and city offIcers GoI'Gardening the'new.growth,)back, after .it; gram. loud on the folowlng: guarantee.We .
i'l'inChes.I: : fang;;')leaving'fourleaves DOYLE CONNER ONE 1963
Courfey, friendliness and were present for the Rating two-ton. 'I
IIIIt Commissioner of Agriculture
.helpfulness.! to Florida's meeting. 'oneach1! shoot.'Be sure 12-6 2t 12-13 six cylinder engine truck, offer the best possible service that can be

sitors helps our tourist for Florida full Gru'.r's information' kit! and and /nlmb.rullp Your.OffCleI! card.. Because of the New Year's to stop, the; pruning in .early j than with 140 II.P.and rating not not more leas I I' found anywhere with our truck going to our ware.

Industry! grow,Clnd our r----------- --------. holiday, the next council meeting September) pecause-rthe "flowjerin'g f than 155, Cab and chassis. house in the evening and returning each morning.
State with
it. You be I N COUNTY JUDGE'S! COURT.
proMrf of can In this jHoridagrowth Greeters will be held Tuesday, Jan. ," .,1ds jtfe. se tin: .early IX AXD FOR BRADFORD 154"-158" Wheel base, six: I
your part 825x20 10-ply tires & Tub-
By Hervey Sharpe October,;, i' : We don't say we satisfy all the time but we
as.an Official I Tallahassee! Florida ; 8, a week latey. toPOP1settasboW COUNTY, FLORIDA.In es. two speed axle power ;

; : ; Greeter. }j Name._...______......_.............:_...:..... Lorraine, Spaki. .an. Florida. Agricultural Service Extension #' their color Dora re:Croft Estate Alderman of deceased. take-off, with recirculat-. ,. can say we satisfy all 99% of the time.
aIOrida I ; according( to- the day length I ing type heater, turn signals ,
I Addreti........__.._.__.____..._ Has Birthday Party and'temperature.-A plant near NOTICE creditors TO of CREDITORSAll the estate of on front four-speed : Thanks for reading this and may we offer our

Governor,State \j'lorida' I ..._............................Zone........State._ 1 Lorraine of Mr. and Sparkman Mrs. Sparkman, daughter Purchasing All About Poinsettias potted stock a lighted 'w1 idow' or a street Dora Croft Alderman, deceased, aha transmission orange." color: "Om Ii service to you and when your automobile needs repairs -
are hereby notified and requiredto
light often refuses One 1948 two-ton Ford, ask one of the Local Dealers or Garages to
to color -
up) i
1
was guest of honor at a birthday from a garden center is the file any claims or demands '
.' like a truck with cab & chas the the NAPA Seal. Assuranceof
:
bearing
neighboring plantin: a get parts
party at. .the Sparkman easiest way to establish a which they may have against
,
sis to trade in.
nearby darker corner. Dreary said estate in the office of the
i good quality.
-
I farm home ast of Hampton planting. poinsettias. However, The said City Council reserv.
I skies In county judge of Bradford County -
Saturday night. some green thumb operators September' early P Florida in the courthouse at es the right to accept or reject Thanks

Appliance. Radio.Television Sixteen were present for search the neighborhood' for October-wfll1, shorten,the days, Starke, Florida. within six cal- any or all bids. of I FRANK JARVIS Manager
City Council of City ,
the games and refreshments, hardwood cuttings when fellow causing.plants, to_ set buds' and. I endar months from the date of
"
the first publication of this no Starke. Pu'rieaBy Starke Motor Parts
flower -betote the .
end; opening'of the gifts. Miss gardeners prune their i : liUday-se tice Each claim or demand must : :Merrill Edwards

SERVICE AT ITS :BEST'Trained Sparkmah. was 14\on. Sunday, poinsettias\ following. the flow- sonou'll"'find'. v:; be In writing and must state City Clerk I
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Dec. .9.Personals. ering season. : ;"that temperature the place or residence and post- 11-29 3t 12-13

Such pruned material'can isX'limithig: factor: for'gohow a office address of the claimantand
: must be sworn to by the
; of('flowersMf; the
Mr.. nd Mrs. Dover of Hun- be rooted. First, punch a 1- claimant, his agent, or his attorney -

Experts, Each.Dept. tersv11 .'N. .C'n ai3d,Mrs. Harold inch diameter hole about 8 night 'temperatures;'are.. much or it will become void
'' CRYSTAL CLEAR
Watteron. :arid MarshaU inches deep into moist earth, I above JO _degrees' .bird forming according' to law. iT'S TME! TO TAC
will November 26, 1962.
be Ifover
FOR QUICK Watt 'son 'of Dana: N.C. are then insert the' woody cutting tdd.Freakpe'I: Thomas J. Alderman V
riods of iiot ,
DEPENDABLESERVICE y'y'S visiting' this week with' Mr. into the hole and press the 1 : Levy A. Canova .

' and Mrs. M. L. 'Watterson. soil firmly around the base. Be I this'ijt1caitthie.' :may.'nbt'permit''buck George C. WhiteCoExecutors /a..b4' GENUINE V

I S loniG :They 'U'drove to Silver sure to keep the soil moist : .to ;'fonn' t"ii1.Thibest. of the Estateof '
flower is Dora Croft Alderman, V
CALL Springs on Sunday, and planned until the cutting is well established -! 'deyejopmeht dec.THOMAS. -V ;- 4_ '. -V V

. to-. drive to. Daytona ... when the, jiigbj'temperatures & PIERCEAttorneysatLaw -- V ,
964-7511- 1 I Beach on Tuesday this week. There" are" a number') of poinsettias range from".60 to:.62 .degrees.Poinsetfias. 4 '

1 J= to choose from. If .. cart! be" used ,a Scit 203-205 North Temple Ave.
Appliances'AIJTHORIZEI Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsyth you : Florida
Starke '
flowers the
:; if stems are
desire red-bracted varieties. First
publication on Novem-
and Mrs! Ina'Knight and'son
treated to milky !
-coagulate- the
prbpogate, such plants as fire- ber 29th 1962.
) DEALERS, FOR were dinner guests Sunday'to'fMr. ball:.Indianapolis Red Albert sap and reduce wiltingAs 11-29 4t 1220NOTICE
"a ,
3 Mrs. Leastori Forsythih.Lawtey. Ecke, cak leaf or Mrs. Paul soon as the .flowers 'ares:cut,
I TO KEEPSOUTCOLD'0 '
Maytag Frigidaire Zenith immerse'the DEFENDIN
Eck '. You can enjoy color' -putj ends in hot CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD ,
.. William; .C. Gittman .Ind water for'about a minute then
COUNTFLORID.I HOLIDSINHEAT '
GOOD USED WASHERS AND combinations if you mingle 'V .
$50.00 ) UP Stephen IX CHANCERY.
'Gittman of South the red with place them' in cold water.,; Besure '
-Hill, plantings that the Mary Jane Withers Mason, Saves to 40% on fuel '
"Va spent several days Ecke white or a pink variety. : straining water: Plaintiff, up V

- ------ -i'I ':.J. Poinsettias will grow .on a does not'damage.'the br cts. vs. Case No. 13-163 Dont M coM weciher art* you, unprepared. your
An alt rria. ie.method. of halting Walter Eugene Mason Have a warm cozy home eli winter long. Get fl& .
... wide :range of soils, including .... Screen Porchet,
.' Vc4A '
,
,. 1'1.
::.....:.,,. .:m.. ...: 1i", .s..' .......:: -..:,: ..::I! .....""7' .2 (J :: < -; the oozing sapp is to, singe I Defendant, Fbex.O.GtaufromyourHardwareortumberDealerNOW!
...;-t '-- ', >., .......--''1.---4. ....1Iio.. :MJ.<". ; _...-; ..fj...: i : :: and clay. In spite of the wide the cut ends'of,' the. stem.over' : Walter Eugene Mason, U '. Won with FLEX-O-GtAtS

.DECEMBER. T962' ,: adaptability, the plants will a flame' for a' .couple of' seconds -I unknownYou whose resident and address is v tcx U d 5.fa.Ai.CasD.tt

I present you a better show of and ,then place the.stems, are hereby notified thata ., ThLAS Kcu2aY Vi : 1a1s52$' 4a'iidths tllILIttie-AmyOMCISAIIW it

color if take hi cold'water. F r'best results suit for Divorce and restora- '
you care
SUNDAY I MONDAY TUESDAY |WEDNESDAY! THURSDAY I[ FRIDAY S TIJROAYr of them. proper hd longer lasting beauty, cut tion of former name has been L-. I

"' W M filed against you in the above Look For Genuine FLEX-0-GLASS. The Name Is Printed Along The Edge.
Fertilizer application ,is Im the poinsettias about 18 hours Court and cause and you are ,

portant. An application of 1% before tiiy,.re' to be used ,in required to serve a copy of !

one smcwl'to QW... a jey to jiaewd pounds of an 8-8-8 fertilizerper an arrangement. Store the cuflowers" I -1- .
square feet of plant space : ;
cooldraftfreeplace -
iq a :
earlier in the fall should now during the waiting stage. j

be bracts.producing The plants large will colorful need V AREA BUSINESS S DIRECTORY
I ItUTO

4.I good repeat.in applications early spring. of again plant in 4 : ; i!L }


? I June summer and if perhaps there during are heavy mid- :


ra1 s. BRAKESHull's Crane Motor Co. CONCRETE PRODUCTS MOVER

For best results, prune poinsettias -
LARK ANGLIA INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Gainesville
back in late winter or
'' >> ENGLISH FORD CONCRETE PRODUCTS
:f' '
"
early spring after blooming is Brake Supply
J t MERCEDES BENZ VOLVO ARE THE BEST FROM MayflowerLOCAL
\ & -- over: or after the danger of : 4j.i; T
"BRAKE SPECIALISTS" Authorized Sales & Service AND
-==- frost has passed. Cut them Edwards Building LONG

.,. ,back to within 12 to 18 inches A" For Every Car 01 Truck "Complete Service fc' AUMakes" DISTANCE MOVING

tllf"'_ of I\the ground unless they Turning Grinding Reusing Supply, Inc. Storage And Crating
m 506 E. University Ave.
iJ have been frozen back below While You Walt FR 2-4251 726 S. Main FR 2-4S44 Galnesvffla FB .UH

this point. Then cut them backto 1111 S. Mala GaineaviilaFR Gainesville. Fla I Gainesville. Fla- 1
j: 'live" wood I II I
SEWING
2.9829 MACHINES
You'll find that a compact VOLKSWAGEN ELECTRIC MOTORS

:': Sales Service Part Sewing Machine
Electric Motor
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AUTO RADIATQRS
Miller-Brown MotorsInc.
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2.C' *
E .
tr Pu"1' : Repair Co.OF Service Co*
1 ; } ANELECTRIC.GIFTSAYS ;, .
# "Merry Christmas" ALL YEAR ', Butler's Radiator FR 2-5552 GAINESVILLE INC. New Home MIte

COMPLETE ELECTRICMOTOR!::
: 1020 E. University ATS. NeecblPIJhUSales
N J Service
GainesvilleB & Service

IoU Modem Cores la Stock RALES AND SERVICE Repairs On AU Makes

t Reptirs An Oars Trucks I & G Motors Co. "Distributor of 815 W. Univ. Ave.. Gaiowvfflt

Charley National Trailer Rental 876-1075
CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE New Lincoln Motors"FE
.
i 519 8. W. 4th Ave., Gaineavffl -.q
fJI1If pp- E. ..V N 2-O46 I F85: IIILLMAN I II %-S311 ROOFING

: ? Sales and Service I 1030 8. Main. Oainetvffla
ate Enough ,Jo' to*futwt taxi TK- -1_ I
l cfettei iM*n tad- _______ 2001 N. W. 13th. RL 441 GARDEN SUPPLIES The Helzel Co.
IortJ tilt iicUitl. ._ !
AUTO SALES & SERVICE I
FR 6-7515 I
_Jw '- II Johnson & Paris S ROOFING

GIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY about this question: .Looks like. a million I DODGE LANCER I S SHEET METALS
I Inc.Complete .
You should have seen our .*. costs on1y42.1 IMPERIAL CHRYSLER SI3ICA: AIB CONDITIONING

Why fret and stew about what t to jive? This Christmas, television picture dance PLYMOUTH VALIANT Sales I Line of No Job Too Large Or Too SmS

give Electrical Gifts.right straight down your list..and when the wind blew down ::1)hIfiD Authorized Sales Parti Parts Service I SEEDSPLANTS- 202 S. E. 4th st. Gal&eivffia
)
everyone will be glad you did! Electrical 0ift is Service USED CARS TOO FERTUJZER8Insecticides FEM191VACUUM

WiA\ ukr..pracUcal.preferred: Its always in food taste pop- the aerial. You should have I.,, ..,. ., t Poole-Gable Motors I -Pet Supplies H

...always sure of a hearty welcome in any home.And seen: our neighbor dance I

V it keeps on giving for years!! when! he saw our TV aerial; BIG .BOY- V AUTO SALES & SERVICE 119 S. E. 1st Ave. Gainesville 'We Rent Fertilizer toyreader CLEANERS

.--;' Visit.your favorite store today and see the matvel- sticking thru the top,of his, V FR 2-445 ] 224 N. W. *th AT*. -

ous selections. And remember this .the NEW FB %-1471Ga1nen1l1e.1&
1 year. \ BEST GIRL LINCOLN MERCURY All Makes Of Vaceam
LOOK in car! Will our Personal Lia. Automatic !
#: gifts i is ELEpTRIC! Transmissions "If It Needs Repairs

: ; .-I bility insurance pay the COMET In To
6iniodctheraiItfcrc1ifetIa ( FIAT METCOR ONE DAY SERVICE Bring K1rtifl"
$280 damages to his car? LADIES WEAR NEW & USED VACUUMS
.
) -t ...p-thal.1cls* like erIo1Idt71 ALL MAK
GET S
THIS 12.PAGE t Authorized Sales REPAIR
ihj : ggn.- /Authorized Kirby Distributer
*? 'Mast J/&L f tameless &d
FREEBOOKLET < ( Charley E. Johns ?. so_' Parti AND EXCHANGE Cherry's i

at tfcdricjl imping*tfora: J...ANO. ELECTRIC GI'IINB. TOO '
"A Treasury of Cftmtmu Agency Trained Mechanics Qo4 Gator Automatic Gainesville's Moat PuhSon&b1t' Kirby

FLORIDA Bullingfon'sStudi&Gifts Used Can Transmission Address For Ladle I
P.OWERiIGHT.C Service
MPAHY
and brighten your Holiday. 'PHONE 964-0121 Sales & Service
DRESSES SUITS COATS I
HCLPINO tUILD FLORIDA .131 S. Walnut INC. ,
St. l i Barkley Motors
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-- 19 SB 2nd Place (next to P. 0.; ACCESSORIES. i IS 8. W. 1st GalsesvffiiPAGE'TWELVE
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415 N. Uab. 0.iatT1IV. GaineiviQa PHONE 372-0372 lei W. Vcniir. Otl&ttT& S SI ,! IB ..',n. .


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