Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 27, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01268
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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I ,- nonrr-rous STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, DEC. 27, 1962 : ".::) :.. NUMBER .TWENTY-SIX i
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a Business Up Home Deal Inquiry" .S... : :

Slightly Over Last YearGeneral .


f r- : iiiI I ling of Starke concensus businesses of samp- prised today."how much we're selling Under In Area :

questioned Wednesday about "We had three real good Way

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I compared to last was that but I don't think: we set any A crackdown on fradulent home repair activitiesin

business was "pretty well the records," was the way Robert this area loomed yesterday with the announcementthat

_ ___ same or maybe a little bet- Barksdale of Barksdale's Department 3
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ter. Store, put it. He reported -
Three firms Alachua County to assist in the investigation of an
clothing ques- -
that business started
epidemic of mortgage foreclosures.
tioned in the sampling reported out good the first of December -
Liklehood that the investL!
business was good and and gave the cool weather pletion in Bradford County

two of the three, Carp's and experienced here credit for L -ar gallon might extend to Brad-'J since Jan. 1. 1962. The nor ,
Eagle's, reported business was ford and other neighboring':
it good.
I ; mal rate of forclosures hereis .
r\- counties was voiced last night
last Christmas. In j
up over
"We usually have a slow : about six per year. :
... general, however clothing period in the middle of December I :ykK by Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr. who,
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Joe Crevasse of
firms reported business was as a member of I
," Barksdale a special leg-
Speech instructor Walsh a. teacher at Starke better while other merchants i reported islative Alachua County sought the
special Elementary,, "But that cool spell helpedus investigating committee -
.4. :.!fldOflC of. her pupils, Gary Jordan, demonstrate the use of a mirror in training said it was about the same. over it this' year." % I\\ has spearheaded efforts help of the Sheriffs Bureau .

t .a. child to correctly pronounce different sounds. Mrs.\ Walsh teaches 43 youngsters Only one business, a jewelry One appliance dealer con- __ 1111111 5 for a legislative program after he and State Attorney

in her speech class and says she uses this mirror more than any other. store, reported trade down tacted said that his December at the 1963 session to Duncan had conducted limit-.
1 aid.; Tape 'recorders and speech come next. over Christmas. but the own business was off on big I put teeth in laws dealing with ed investigations racket of the home
repair in that area.

I i; :, Speech Therapy Helps the'er 61.said entire business year of was 1962 up over over items[Continued such as on stoves Page and Five]re- .. --r---i-,-.. ... I- __I_ I. unscrupulous pairmen.'_inomas______ saia__builders. .ne. .naa and.4 icr-.re- The bfnpd____v Sheriffs_ tn _assist__Bureau__ _1votiffs _is_ main-_.hp1'w__ ,

Merchants were divided warded 11 affidavits to State in difficult Investigationsand .
fl over whether or not the extra ;. Attorney T. E. Duncan for thelatter's is not allowed to work

shopping day Monday, Bradford County '.i in a county unless the sheriff
) consideration for possible -
I 'Children To before Christmas added to requests help.
action. The affidavitswere
trade or merely spread it out. ,1 taken from Bradford Rep. Thomas said that the

I Carp's Manager Bob Regan Population Up increase in the rate of morteaee -

'I 'for. talk cleft cerebral said, "Business was very good ---- ..- --c. ...... __. ..__ '. County A residents. _after .Thom-. _u__ foreclosures,________ __ _in_ Bradford_u.__._ _
l the first time in four ". ), palate, speech class the child overcame as' request for information as

. years the Bradford County II. palsy, brain damage, delayed her fright at the change for Christmas. We had three Crown Of GloryStarke's ,I to fradulent home repair activities County is alarming and said

school, system..has employed a speech development, deaf and school made in her life and real big days-Friday, Saturday Four Per CentBradford for' presentation to "I think we can make some

!- t lully .certified speech therapist hard of hearing stutteringand began speaking once again. and Monday. It looks brilliantly lighted water tank is seen as it appearsat his legislative committee. cases here."

) i II tp'work full time in a pro- emotional disturbances. It "These children have personalities like we're going to wind up dusk towering over the town and attracting the attention Thomas said he intended to He said It was difficult to

. i if&nv designed,to correct most is seldom, Mrs. Walsh says, interests, likes and this year a good little bit County's population of holiday crowds and travelers on U. S. 301. Inset at left discuss the matter with Sheriff get at the real culprits-the

I type: *. of, speech, problems which that a child is affected by just dislikes just as any other above last year." Regan cred- has shown an increase shows a close-up view. Almost a thousand colored bulbs reused P. D. Reddish with a view fradulent repair concerns-

at children.. one type of problem mentioned child" Mrs. Walsh stresses, ited the extra shopping day from 12,400 to 12,900 [a gainof in the display which was designed and installed by Merrill to a possible Sheriffs Bureau because they are usually out

j jUra.''Carolyn Walsh, a "spe- above but they usually "But they have-to feel accepted with helping business.It 4 per cent) since 1960, ac S Dees, Starke's utilities superintendent, and his crew. investigation in Bradford of town outfits and sell the .

j I cijil*', ;e8c3r. at Starke He have a combination of severalof and loved for what they was the same story at cording' provisional estimatesmadebythe County. mortgages they obtain to a

g( 2na1! % stresses'that most of the types. are and in spite of their prob.. Eagle's with the manager Bureau of Economic holding company who is an
J Applications Still AvailableFor Alachua and Bradford
and Business Researchat
; 11\ her. U'charges'are: definitely Any speech problem, no lems. there Mrs. Lillian Jackson, innocent third party. The
County have been particularly -
); r1 t43V1oW.VIearners. but are matter how slight, she stres- Children come to speech also giving credit to the.ex. the University of Florida. hard hit with a rash of holding company, of course,

1\\c pupils. who :are not accepted sed, is always accompanied by class on a Monday, Wednes tra shopping day for a boostin Clay County showed a 2.6 Postmaster ExaminationSo mortgage foreclosures duringthe is the. one who actually fore-

bj; other children because'pf an emotional problem. And day Friday or TuesdayThursday ,business. Wednesday after estimated loss [from 19,500 to closes.In .
adtne, 'speech defect which 19,000] in the two current year. One firm
f period.
f once the teacher can get to schedule for '30 minutes Christmas was good too, Mrs. : year far about 12 applications cannot be appointed. foreclosed on 28 mortgages both counties, most of
eEthem "different. Baker' Co nty'showed 4.1
L $ These
I the; core ,of the child's emo- each class period. Mild cases Jackson said, "You'd be surBand a fox: examination for the position Complete information about last.month in Alachua Coun- the threatened property owners -

\ "f < ec & may range ti nal dilemma, the speech come to the class only twice per cent increase 7,400 to of postmaster of Stafk? the examination requirementsand ty and there have been 36 claim they never signed

\\ fp rmild; probl lfms': of,a.child problem is well on its way ,toward per week or the- Tuesday 7,7001' and' Union was credited have been given out but; a instructions for filing applications anything, or were tricked into -
I 9t:>$> f with a 8.7,per cent increase foreclosures already completed -
produce cer- Mrs
% ciwabeto being'whipped, ; -
L Thursday arrangement. There Leaves still available'to.any.. "may be'obtained at mortgage by being
supply j
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yu1 Jiourida. correctly to seriouiionea Walsh points-out i is" no stigma attached" : '
wishing the stark post office. told it contract.
one :10apply, it was Application was a
I ___ i of emotional fnistiation t An'.example is a child so child because he attends loss kis attributed forms must be filed
For Miami announced this week, Some even claim their signature -
," so severe that the child frightened by entering school the closing of .the Navy station I
speech class Mrs. Walsh with the .
explains U.s. Civil Service was forged on the
Applications for the Starke
1. : 4 Qt. utter, any sounds .t that. she would not utter a because she heads! it ; there. Commission, Washington 25. Postal Rate
It);: .- single "word. But after a few off before it started Friday/ NightThe Besides Clay, seven other wstmastership will close next mortgage
: can get
( counties showed losses. These Wednesday, January 2, according D. C., and must be receivedor Tells Story
I L" MrWaish..who has four months work in Mrs. Walsh'sTwo She explained that if & to an announcementby : postmarked not later than A .typical instance, as givenin
were Jackson Bay, Flagler.
q, y4sof experience in speech child's classmates become critical Bradford High School Gulf Glades Gilchrist, and the U. S. Civil Service the closing date, Jan. 2. ,Hike Effective an affidavit to Rep. Thomas -
F therapy1, devotes all of every I of him for going'to band, 80 members strong, will Commission.
d \Jo/individual work with speech class that the train at 10:47 Friday Jefferson. Is the following [names
i y particular board a : S S
Children The report showed that the Competitors for the $6. 03 deleted]
Man :
A children' w1th speech defects class is given a lesson on night.for Miami to participatein CaughtIn January 7thNew
population of Florida as a per year position must haveat "My name is
1. ot1: holding conferences with the L sound. In that particular -
the King Orange Parade whole, continues to more, least three years' [education
grow -
parents df the children. Mrs. lesson, Mrs. Walsh explained B&E Try and my mailing address is
_ Die In prior to the Orange Bowl than twice as fast as the rest above high school level Route 2 Box Starke,
1 Ttyiish"and: Mrs. Mary Sweet, Eire each child gets % postage rates hiking -,
of the nation. The provisional be substituted for 1%
) :. whn>:does.speech therapy woncat' lollipop and thereafter thinks football game on New Year's may At Lawson'sA air mail and first class mat- Fla -
statistics showed the state hasaoaea experience] showing
J i Bradford High School two speech class must be just I _-".3AA.. "' _______ ..._ .Lt_ years..... -... ..... .. ---- ..... -............ ...- ter one cent.. will 20 into effect "On.Nov. 15, 1962 I contracted
:lj I hoURt 'a''day" are the only two), fit\ Hampton great. Day.The band will return to uuuuu persons W we W iII uiey nave uie aomty W January 7, :Acting-- : Postmaster with to
population during the past 27 conduct and manage the community's Starke man, 21-year-old remodel myhome
\ Bradford .County's more Most of Mrs. Walsh's workis Starke next Wednesday Blake Jackson announced my
months to bring the present postal business efficiently George Wesley Rosier, was
located four mile
1 I thgi150. teachers, qualified to done with individual stu- morning, January 2, at 5 a. property
total to 5349900. and to supervise employees this week.
caught by city police officers northwest of Starke, Fla. on
I work OiVfpeech correction Starting a fire with kerosene -
; dents, but she does use m. The King Orange Parade,
groups Dade County became tho so that customers are First class letters will cost
P as he broke into Lawson'sMeat Road. The builder -
1 ..efnce C. Overturf left the proved fatal for Johnny =
up to four when all have trou- a New Year's Eve event is first in Florida's history to satisfied with the service. five cents each up a cent
Market at 216 East failed to live to its
the uj
\ Astern tour years ago Sullivan, 10, and his four
ble with only a few sounds scheduled to begin Monday top the million mark. It has from the present four cents,
r coy had been without personnel when Applicants must also show Washington Street on Tuesday agreement in the following
year-old brother Terry,
takes only a few months to night December 31, at 7 added 89,000 persons since the and post cards via the air -
to do such work until the home of their parents, that they are of good reputation night December 18. respects:t
Mrs. Walsh point-
V Mrs-' ,Walsh and. Mrs. Sweet, Robert'and Lizzie Mae Sullivan cure says, o'clock. The entire parade will 1960 census to reach an esti- and that they can deal According to Police Chief cents Instead of three. It win "1. The builder agreed to
: ing out that she has already cost eight cents to send let-
mated 1024.000 and holds a
whom here from be televised with the public agreeably and William F. Rosser, it the place aluminum siding a-
pothof; came in the Negro section east nationally over was
sent three students back to one-fifth of the state's popu- ter air mail, instead of seven,
,1 Tdcas,' were hired this term of Hampton on Highway 18, ABC-TV, effectively. second time this month that round my house for $2,000
their regular class room situation and post cards via the air
I Botlf. are employed under thtcounty's burned to the ground late While In Miami the band lation. After taking a written test, Rosier has entered into Lawson S and made me sign a contractover
and to finish
hopes showed Florida'svkAmtlotinn will\ be six cents instead of
_ i f exceptional child pro- Wednesday afternoon. with 10 before school will take boat cruise to. The study : I applicants? _, who pass will ,be I I :' ._ He is being el.in. the ......... .. .my_ protest. _This_..Job_.....
more a see T"PoelYlcr_ _of. t'hp
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t ..''".ftVel" _,11__, ftrfM'ra.w______ u-hn.V-- 'work.. -- Aijc T% a a, ftn.a niuii.14-'" vJa.nwn 6W w assigned final ratings on me I Bradford County Jail under "' 't:;; should nave cost me aoout
JJ : uujo MJotuiti I closes this year. But she expects the sea acquarium and will rate of about eight per cent Second class transient rates
Ia with pupils unable to learn their sister Joyce. 9, and I basis of this test and on their $2,000 bond $1,000 on each $500.
: to have approximately attend the Bowl in the last two compared will be four cents for the first
I Orange years I "
I under normal classroom con. brother, Larry Gene. 6, were game experience and fitness for the of the two charges of break- 2. The builder, withoutmy
20 next
f." dit1o s. The majority of those alone in the house at the One new of cases the biggest year.jobs She Tuesday with 3.6 per cent for the position. They must have resided -' ing and entering. two ounces plus one cent for knowledge, had me and i

:j I I students under the..exceptIouaI 1 time Their mother is employed has, Mrs. Walsh says, is cheek The. band win stay In the nation. within the delivery of Rosier was caught as he was each additional ounce. Third my wife sign a $3,199.80
class rates will be four cents
learn- Brevard County [site of for immediately mortgage on my 70-acre
the office
child slow Hotel in Miami one year
I program. are at Sunland Training Center ing a pupil out to see 1 If he Regal Beach. leaving the market, which hart i
I for the first two ounces anctwo
I "J i cii.,but some are held back in Gainesville, and their qualifies for speech class. She The Executive Board of the Cape Canaveral] set the preceding the closing been under surveillance by the1' homestead even though he
.other such' as growing pace with a whopping cents for each additional told me that he would not
f I by problems grandmother, who ordinarily allows no one to enter the Bradford Band Boosters has date of the examination.In police since the first illicit entry -i
those of speech that can becorrected. I 20.9 per cent hike. Duval was ounce. Key's will cost six cenu take a mortgage on my prop
must have
11 1 expressed its appreciation to addition they .. ,
I 1 looks after them, had also class, as a general rule, unless of by Officer Rudolph Hut- -
with gain each when mailed.
.. third place a birthdayon erty.
'l', gone to Gainesville to see her I.he has trouble with at least all its friends, merchants and reached their 18th chinson. Rosier was just leav-
and other ma- Bulk rate circulars will costa
I I These 'problems, according 27,100 persons. before the closing date "I receive welfare assistance
: in hospital three different sounds. Referrals or ing the rear of the market
husband, a, patient a citizens of Starke who helpedto shown in Pin-
11 to' Mrs. Walsh generally cau jor hikes were for of applications. minimum of two and 5-8 the State of Florida In
A I must be limited, she says, acceptance when Hutchinson wlco had Investigated from
I. bftvClassifie into eight types there. I I to keep class small enoughto make this trip poasihla.' I ellas, Palm Beach Orange and Persons over 70 years of age cents for up to 18 pounds. Educational the amount of $70 per month

.itticuiatipn including baby Deputy Sheriff, Robert the Hillsborough counties. .L. H. _.the .torn. _screen_ '. materials such as and I am unable to make the
"j-I ,>.,;.. ..t ,. VI Green, who answered the call work with. aoor inrougn wnicn nosier books etc. will be nine and a -$53---.per- month payments.
I received at 5:30 said he It takes approximately 45 had entered ordered him to
V : p.m. half cents for one pound and representative told
:: i minutes to check a studentout S :_ give up. Instead the culpritran 3. The
[ :.c.V had not learned where an old- five cents for each additional me that they would take in-
.ll on both hearing and
er half-brother Frederick V_ back into the store and pound. surance out on me which

.. Watcfi Night Walker,,15, was at the time of speech she says.: Each childis I hid in a closetHutchinson Permit fees will be $15. Buli the payments If
given articulation would
an examination -
t' I ti-..... .ffrAccording........ and also nas nis then called Officer rates will be $30 on January I got to where I could not
_ 1 Services. to information hearing tested with an audi- Harry Pride to the sceneto went I. make them.
watch the door and
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t ," -:h. obtained by Oreen. the ometer provided by the school. S "The representative told
dren had been at. the nearby in after Rosier who gave up Civil ServiceApplications wanted to place
f )MADISON STREET For example in an articulation me that they
home of an aunt. Upon returning examination, a child when cornered in the closet. ForP. this siding' on my home to

: BAPTIST CHURCH home they tried to 'might be asked to say the ., Both times he entered the make this a model home ,to

build a fire or rekindle one words "monkey," "hammer," market Rosier took only meat, 0. Positions show on television.

: ?jt Monday. ,. Dec. 31 that had burned down. and and "broom" to test for the __ mayonnaise and catsup. Chief "My wife did not want to

".; Starting 8:30 P.M. poured kerosene from a gallon I sound M in the beginning Rosser said which could not, Applications are being taken sign, the papers. and I hadn

I 1 can onto the coals.. When middle and end of a word. be valued at over $25. by the Civil Service Commission .,... make-- her---- sign[- them.

\t: the flare-up occurred. Joyce Once a child enters the "The boy is down and out for the positions ox suostitute 1 completed the 7th grade

I 4 l1",t S and Larry Gene, ran out of class, Mrs. Walsh stresses but I don't think he had to clerk substitute carrier in school and my wife wentto

J ; ." BEULAH the back* door but Johnny and that she works with his par, go to that extreme," the chief and special delivery messenger about the 4th grade. N t-

I fl i :BAPTIST CHURCH Terry ran to the front door ents almost as much as with said. As far as he knows, Ros at a number of post ther of us has had any experience

which was fastened with a the child.. The parents in ser said, this is Rosier's first offices in this area. in business. I am

I *,jaoaday, Dec. 31 him latch out of reach of'thechildren. monthly- conferences arranged -- offense. Officers also suspect First and second class offices now 69 years of age and :my'
I' '" I by the parents themselves that Rosier was accompaniedby ($2.26 per hour) Starke. wifelz68.

i Starting" 8:00 P.M. The deputy said that John- are trained to work with their someone else during the I Railord, Lake Butler, and 1 "I was pressured into lignin *
children and to teach them : the contract and so was
;A' .S nie's clothing may nave beenon illegal entry but so far nothing Keystone Heights.
the correct to make offices [$1.91 my wife. Neither of us felt
L r ** fire causing him to panicas way has been proven, EOB- Third class
.iThla Space Contributed sounds. : r ser said. per hour]: Brooker Flora- that we could afford thess

_L Weekly to Publicize flames spread through of the the two "The parent relationship is home Hampton. Lawtey, Mel-' improvements. .' "'L but_ ....the_...I, _repre-L.._.
j room. The bodies seniauve 01 ins ouuuer JIa''"
almost the core of the entire WATpH NIGHT SERVICE rose. Middleborz., ) Penney
_ : .Community Events by children, burned beyond recognition program" Mrs. Walsh states."Because BETJLAH BAPTISTBeulah5 Walido.Application would not give us any rest
AT. Farms and .
__ were found crouchedin even if a child, is Santa Visits Brooker Yule PartyEyes forms may beobt.afne4 I We now have something'wh1ch *

the spot by the front door. taught the correct way to Baptist Church IB we cannot afford.HI .
from the above post
;The: Community where they remained as the make a sound he must also Clay County (east of Camp am now informed that

:X house burned down. I hear it that Way at home foe bright with eager! give each of them a present lighting. The event is Blinding) will have Watch offices or from the UJB. CivilSer1ce this mortgage has. been as*

State Bank Green said the house and it to make a lasting Impression anticipation Brooker\) at the annual yule par- sponsored each year by the, ;Night Service from 8 p. m. to Commission, 275 signed by the builder to I Im

t 'i 0-. all of its contents were a total I on him.* Many speech youngsters gather around1. .and (Christmas tree Brooker Garden Club. I 12:20 Monday, Dec. 81. You Peachtree Si, NIL!:, Atlanta. Philadelphia,
invited to ,attend IV
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PAQE-TWO :: 3'; i ;" ';'lA1 i. ..01. ::; tJ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY.. DEC.. 2. '.. 1982 ifi4t
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oAw._ Mr. and :Mrs. Henry Morri Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Green ,, .- .
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son and Miss Shirley Morrisonhad have as holiday guests their -?I-'-!---. !4 : : : ; \Z.r<..::. \- ....

' -"- as holiday guests Mr. and son-in-law and daughter! Mr. ':

'ts <. 1;Mr jpprest. orrison., and cjiildren and ,Mnu Lea.riin( Temple ,of I.L''t: : -. : : .. Everybod ..
!' I ......I< and peorge McCoy of Jndiapapplis Tampa. They: are also visiting p .; ,',,. p..l. -,
Jnd., and Mr. and Mr. Temple's parenis: :Mr and 1 ( $ i
Ii Mts, Virgil Morrison and son iac. Frank Digger. at Keystone -

11- :: GLADYS. MOOTT PBQNE 9640851tl I and, Georgia Morrison: all ,of Heights Reads

:. il Leesburg.Mr. Robert A. S-a'th and his i

, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Epps and The Intermediate Girls Aux- and :Mrs. Tommy Eewiswere daughter, Mrs. Aimee Prantl i _

daughters, Glenda and Kay. iliary of the First Baptist hosts at a delightful have returned to their hone on _
-. "spent the Christmas hobdays in Church held their C1"ristm'\S Christmas party at their home :Myrtle Street far tne winter

t t} :;Joz.esboro1 ;J N.v witnrrr. Epps' party last Friday' afternoon,1 on Pratt Street Sunday night. after spending the summer at II 'iII ttug t

'.U", patents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer from 3 to 5 o'c'ock at the Guests included Mr. and Mrs.I Mrs. Prantl'a ptac 'in the Ca-{ i + 1. '-i '

;::.1ppa, and Mr. and Mrt. DeiiVVatkins ) ome- of :MM.- Raa

    I 1I:>... the parents of :Mrs. Mrs. Joseph Warren was co- John Crockrell, :Mr. and Mrs. State. _z. _.. .____ _.A'_
    t ; Epps. hostess with "M: Chitty. Jimmie Ritch, Mr. and Mrs :Mr. and Mr?. John B. Anderson ,- _

    ,I IOU, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. San ornJ Ho'iaay guess o! Mr. ard. L. M.: Gaines, and Mr. and Mrs., returned last week to ,
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    " I J i UHf 'of Lake Worth are spending Mrs. Barney JlcR'ie: are .{r.. Robert McRae. their trailer home on Bessent .. ..-- -- ----- ------- ,
    ,, Christmas week vritn Mrs and Mrs. Al fl. HllleYr..and L .\.Alr. and Mrs Michael Gil- Road after spending the svynmerat ( .. ".. '.", '..... "...:.J !
    !! '*"' Sanborn's : Sundaynight their former home in r'I\ _
    daughter, Mrs. Harry famLy of La VfthA&fd. i hooly entertained Club i .
    I F tl ?, j, Mooty, and famuy.l' Miss Kate. truth' epent: at an open house for employees Worchester, Ma g. 'S .. .__.. .....- '
    *n Linda Gardner and John Christmas with her'sister, Mrs of the accounting department Mr. and Mrs. Lee Temple of ;>, i ... :t .. V"_ -'3 :

    I 2I Tn; ,Spence of St. Augustiu? were W- L. Edwards in Jackson: ) of the Florida State Tampa spent the weekt'ndVith To See First Use '-' ..
    l', -* Friday dinner guests' of Mr.: ville.. < [:dPiison. The holiday motif was;. Mrs. Temple's parent :Mr. and j i 1

    I...., and Mrs. Edwin W. liams and Airman 1-c Harvey Tanner t. used in decorations aad re Mrs. Purvis Green.

    I I ., ",.,family. *' Is .home for._ the_n_ _halidsv___ ;_.._* _Aft.-_._tV. freshments.- Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Barry
    ( !I ...'. Mrs. W B., Scoggiiia Mrs.; spending 21 'months in the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefv and family; Mrs. Barry's parents In I February.

    b-i. Edward Bums, an'] MHs Harriet Phillippine Islands. His new assignment -.nell and daughter, Elissa were Mr. and Mrs. F. H., \

    1 h q Goodman attended. therc-, will be a? an instructor Christmas dinner guests of Kramer and Beverly- Patter- Although virtually complete rM4

    fil' cent meeting; of' the Santa FIt -? in 'communications} atKeesler itr:. and Mrs. Robert StefaeffiM were guests of Mr. and the new Starke Golf J

    ( Regional Library in 'Gainesville. .. AFB.'Miss.': and family of rs. W.,N. Berry of Newberryfor and Country Club''will probably -

    it t] Mr.-- and: Mrs!; 'W_. Ttn Tinm- Mr. and Mrs. Lewis ,Kelley Christmas. not see its first use for .
    I ){r. and :Mrs. Homer 'Badgett],son ; family' oi ,Moniicellospent and children of St. Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Cressler a social function until sometime -

    I f t l'1 of Lake Worth nre spending Chiistmas with Mr.. and' are visiting Mrs. Ethel Singleton have as holiday guests Mr. and in February, Clyde B. (0

    the holidays \vitn Rev.. Bob Mrs.. F. Fi Stump and fanuly. I' through the holidays. :Mrs. Charles W. Cressler and Terwillegar, president of the' .
    ......., Badgett and. family. Sunday guests off Mr and :Mr.' and Mrs. Al Stefanelli,,son of Rome, Ga. organization, said yesterday. ------- -- --' --- --- \
    '.1 I Mr.,'and Mrs.- BilJJJansby: Mrs- &rneyi1cRae. were! Mr. and family of Jacksonville and,I Mrs. John Walsh is visiting' The only thing remainingto Two views of the nearly completed new home of the Starke the telegraph!

    1 I t.js..". Jacksonville were Cnristmas. and Mrs. Glen Conner of Or- :Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stefanel-,her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Tel be done to the building is Golf and Country Club. Above is the front of the building,

    \ I i' day guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.,lando, Mr. andMrs. Gary Naz-. li, of Gainesville were Sunday i Collins of Amarillo, Te.taj during the placing of rubber tnt;, in which is complete except for awning. Loner photo shows

    t I ,\ I.. ':. QDansby. Also :uet'of the i worth of Jacksonville' and Dr.. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. the Christinas holidays.Mr. the 'locker. rooms and :hall patio at the rear of the building, with a corner of the swimming -

    I Dansbys were M!". and Mrs. and Mrs. Barney }.{cR'\ Jr. an4*? Henry Stefanelli. : and Mrs. J. T. Kirkland I and the installation of an awning pool in the foreground. Each time The Telegraph goes to
    Is',- Rodney Hall and 'children: oft family of Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Bennett and family spent Christmas in L at the front, Terwillegar

    j ...:., Th fess&. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haila: and I and children Mr. and Mrs. La- Jacksonville with.Mr. and Mrs said. However, the club direc- willegar :reminisced one day ed by the huge, rolling greens press WITHOUT YOUR AD, you
    ,.....4 Mrs. E. M. Davis Met as family of Miami were 'weekend I mar Shaw and baby, all of J. T. Kirkland ,Sr. tors are negotiating for walk- this week. and innumerable water tr

    .c ... .. holiday' guests her sister, Mrs guests of Mrs. W. G. Haile. Jacksonville holiday guests. Byron Terwillegar is home, ways and driveways to the "The idea of a country club" "It's a difficult course ps'1 i are missing the opportunity to place

    I" P. E. .Stone ani Miss Mamie They went'on to Salem N. C.,, of. Mrs. Frazier Shaw. from The Bolles School in building, and it is eonsldere"dbest didn't look too promising because par," Terwillegar said, "be-
    homes in
    sales talk in
    ...... Anderson, both of Archer, 1 and Mrs. ilaile returned with L Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Richard'' Jacksonville for the Christmas to wait for completionof there were only a few cause of its length and theater your 3,200

    Holiday guests of )IrJ. Hen them to Miami for the Christ. had as Christmas dinner guests holidays.. these projects before using golfers here. But we decided! w hazards. Golfers enjoj Bradford Union and Clay Counties

    rfetta Hunt were Mr an I Mrs.:inas Jioli&ys.MM., : ., Mr. and Mrs. Lyle H. Buck of Mr. and Mrs. J. I!. DuPre the club, in order to avoid I to call a meeting and test public i it because it is different from .,
    J. B. Hunt and so i of Bonif ay.' ,' .. A;,Z., Adkins; was the Jacksonville, Mrs. Margaret: spent the holidays with their "tracking dirt" damage to ,the! t sentiment." most other courses in this .
    Franklin Hunt, and Mr. and I Christmas Day $n est of her r Buck of Palatka, :Mrs. Ri- daughter and .son-in-law, :Mr, floors. i The plan proved so popular area."

    t Mrs. S. W. Hunt of St. Augus: son. and aaughter-:.'-law, Mr. charde's father, J. H.. Ritch L and Mrs. B. {J. McIntyre and An interesting story of how! that through sale of $300 stock Eight of the nine holes contain '

    tine. I It' I and Mrs. .\. Z. Adkins Jr., and I of Starke, and son, Ensign L family in Jacksonville.' the new club, a valuable asset certificates to 200 citizens the water traps' some of y ou re.missing the opportunity,. to
    Mr: and Mrs. T3d HaUlop family in Gainesvil! Henry Richarde of Meridian, :Mr. and :Mrs. H to Starke into be-
    i 1 for Owen Vaughn at their of Macon, Ga. were weekend(;I Among those admitted to Charles Fields spent Cht'istmasDay : article appearing in the Dec. few months. have ,a sand trap but one consumers since each is read

    hi F home on Raiford Road last; guests of :Mrs. Saniford's par. Bradford County Hospital dur with Mrs. J. H. Fields, 20 issue of the Florida Times- Approximately 145 acres was glance at all the water, made paper

    II I Thursday night. ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. San, ing the past week were: W. E. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Truluckof ] Union: purchased about two miles possible by a creek flowing by more than three people. (Someare

    -: Jimmy Guy of Gainesville Owen, Lucille Jackson Edna Sanford will spend Christmas ; east of Starke and Albert Anderson through the course, and you
    Members' of Starke's Golfand !
    ;; i: Was" the weekend guests of his ders.Mr.. and Mrs. R. W. Bl'anntnspent Williams, and Perry Newsome, day with Mr. and Mrs.: Country Club are constructing Sarasota architect was realize they aren't needed. even passed from family to family *

    ) ,- jgrandjnother,. Mrs. A,. Z. ..AdI Christmas Day With who was later transferred to Clyde Terwillegar and family f. engaged to design the course The par 36 course is 3,280
    a new clubhouse and ) Through other medium can
    l ,: kitia.Mr. their son-in-law and daughter the Veteran's Hospital in Lake Mrs. H. B. Hamilton and swimming pool for their trim, with Pro Charlie Carr, now of feet in length playing from no

    a aJ\d' ,- Mrs. Proctor S Mr, and -1rs. Jack Kelson. and' City.Mr. her mother visited Mrs. Ken- nine-hole course which wa Scottsdale, Ariz., adding some one set of tees and 3,265 from you reach so many at so little ex I
    i: Socw of Dublin, Ga. ire bollS iI. i- family in Jacksonville., and Mrs. Charles Hardy k nie West in Chiefland last I; opened only 2% 'years ago. finishing touches. the other. Terwillegar holds

    'ay.kuth of Mr. and MM.< L. Mr. and Mrs. Thad Smith and family had as holiday Saturday. The new faculties, to be Terwillegar influenced Ted the course record, a sizzling pense. For as little as 90 cents you

    J : D, Vining.. ;and Mr. and :Mrs. Bill Black! guests Mrs. G. E. McGauley, Tombo Smith. of the Uni completed eatty', next month Fox to move him from Silar 67' for 18 holes.

    r I. .>Mss Martha Weldoa! is hoime bum had '33 holiday guettheir Mr. and Mrs. Carl Motes and versity of Georgia at Athens I, were made possible through City, N. C. to serve as pro for One of the toughest holes is i i ,can. get your advertising message into -

    I : ,fromnursing school fr be parents, Mr. and Mri. R t son, :Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ga. spent the holidays with] sale of $70,000 worth"of stock the course. Fox has. been in the 190-yard par three, number 3,200 homes.; .Postage ; oh '

    : r,,_ holidays. She and fter mother F. Bryant their sister, Dorothy Stokes, Mrs. Connie Bagwell L hi& mother, Mr Eoline Smith L, to the. growing membership strumental in building membership two. The creek runs right I ,

    ; ill.F spent Christmas wita: relativesin. and brother, Roy!, all, c.1.; and daughter, Johnnie Branam. Holiday guests of Mr. and: which now totals 165.' in the club through in front of the green and most a government post card to the same
    ) :: ,:.West-- [Florida.t : Claxton, Ga. all of Palatka and G. E. Mc Mrs. Neil Tucker were Mr. lessons he gives to beginners.The duffers play it short. For
    ,. '<_rMrs.; Purvis Green and t Gauley and son of Jacksonville.iMr. and Mrs. Howard Tucker pf The entire layout*stands as: new clubhouse. with air tunately, the water hazard number of homes would cost $96! ,
    Mrs. Vasco a tribute not only to the ever
    : daughter, Mrs. Leaman! ;Temple] V. Hazen, and I : .,and Mrs. Robbie Shatter: Keystone Heights Mr: and conditioning and central heat- are shallow enough to recover

    'I. .u've. got<<;>> 90 .,cent* or
    were in
    I : Gainesville I last FrIday 'Jacksonville i* Alachua Sunday; afternoon., and Mr.and Mrs..Les-, It contains a huge main ball ized twice. advertising
    last of $90 to spend
    : golfers on
    Friday group your
    1 V .:.&.- .. -- .. to.Un.and, Mrk. Nat Danke 1]: lie..Deieble..c Clearwater., : : room, a lounge lockers and A number of the wide fair.I ,
    wl1O"tilre yearS-'ago organized -
    and son-Nat Jr., and Mr., and I Miss Elizabeth W. Mart X;1 the drive to give this townof L enclosed patio which faces the ways contains huge pine tree message, you can still get the MOST
    Mrs. Meed Lewis and son, of Lawtey was on the dean 4,800 additional 20 by 40 swimming pool. Also] so that you frequently have to
    Chris; were j Sunday drnnei, list for the fall quarter_ at recrea.: included is a wading pool for "thread the needle" to avoid FOR YOUR MONEY in the columnsof
    One of these leaders is Clyde
    i'T1'' E guests ,of Mrs. J. A. Dankand l Norman College, Norman Par]:, Terwillegar, country club president small children. trouble.A The Telegraph. What would" you
    Miss Mary Dankel in Wale: Ga. ,. and par-busting golfer The course has proved a small clubhouse which was

    cross, Ga. Mr. and Mrs., E. W. Hayes who moved to Starke in 1953 popular one with golfers from constructed when the courS! like to tell our 10,000 readers' next
    Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hartwigof returned Wednesday from. a from Jacksonville Gainesville and first opened will be convertedinto .
    Spartanburg S. C.
    .. P Tampa were visiting their holiday visit with their so nand "A local nearby cities who are intrigu- a pro shop. week?
    group of golfers,, j
    If. mother, Mrs. Edna F. Hutchinson L-, daughter-in-law. Mr. and
    I including Tom Slade, Dr. H,
    i -THEATRE- : ,Saturday. Mrs. W. E. Hayes, in NorthMiami H. Adams Buddy Bishop W. .- -
    I II Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long Beach. ; Ignore Trifles 1 :=! I
    I C. Powell and myself, were 1- .
    have as holiday guests )tr.: :
    t !fr. and Mrs. -
    Lester T.1
    I F Opening ,Time: sitting around talking about
    : Stmday-2 and Mrs., Lloyd H. Lewis ofI ) Crews and Minister Advises
    P. daughter.
    - M.. ,Mon. Thru Carolyn, the need of,a golf club," Ter-
    - Fri.-5:45{ P. M, Wilmington, Del., the
    J I '- and are spending Thursday and : Rotary ClubThe
    U I Longs' two sons, Tom, of FSU. Friday with Mr. Crews' father '

    : : Friady Tallahassee, and Dave. of the Thomas Crews, in..Venus, APC unimportance of "seem NOTICE "-.-,' ,
    Saturday-Dec. 28, 29 ,University of Delaware. Sign-up ingly important" trifles was .... .'

    , Mr. and Mrs. George F. Snell To End Jan. discussed at the Rotary Club .
    1 ; DOUBLE FEATURE had i N. T. Ritch 42 1 .
    PROGRAM as a Christmas day guest I Wednesday by Rev. H. Walton .

    I (.. .. '' ... :Mrs..Snell's mother, :Mrs. Corbett Of Miami The initial sign-up periodfor I Grady. pastor of the First- .
    u ,, of Fernandina.H. ,
    Presbyterian Church.
    1 participation in the 1963
    : Pt p. ., W.
    Moyer of Jacksonville The
    I nrAM W>IANAmI CASt i- :4; ; .. was a holiday guest of his son- Services HeldNelson Agricultural Con s er vation small irritations speaker should advised not that be I Every person who received HOMESTEAD 'EXEMPTION .

    I-: RMCURlIS'! in-law and daughter, Mr. and Program will end on Jan. 4 in L allowed to occupy a person's last will receive, the: renewal APPLICATION -
    I year
    '. tOUOER1GID.. ,I 4isrhpDi... Mrs. Prow Strickland, a,tKingsley Turner Ritch Jr., ;42, Bradford County. time to the extent that, the
    ON OR BEFORE Jan. 1st
    Lake. the ,
    of Miami. died in a hospital Mrs. Mildred Sapp, county larger and more, important through ,

    i; l' .TRAPEZE' A.a C.guest Sawyer of the of T.Jacksonvillewas H. Sladeson there Monday morning after office .manager, Agricultural L things.. .' in- life" are- neglected., PLEASE SIGN and RETURN as soon as possible, either

    Christmas an extended illness. Stabilization, and Conserva. Rev, Grady was introducedby mail and desire
    Day. if by a
    mail in
    - : Miss Elissa Stefanelli Mr. Ritch was born in Starkeon tion Service, reminds the county's Judge Alec Yawn.: by or person, ,
    LUS arriVed June 30, 1920, and the j
    was and enclose self addressed stamped envelope.
    Saturday from Murray State farmers ranchers who Plans were dii ussfd'tor: receipt, a
    of the late N. T. Ritchand
    if : C College to spend the holidays plan to participate in the 1963 the "TV BanciSt nd'" stages

    with her parents Mr. and Mr .) who Mrs.resides Carrie Darby Ritch ACP to be sure to 'submit show he spojisored(j here by EVERY person who desires EXEMPTION for
    in Starke.
    - I. Henry Stefanelli. | their: requests to the County the club on Jan. 12 In the
    his DEED CON-
    Y Mr. Ritch had been an employee BHS the FIRST TIME must bring or
    : Mr. and Mrs. Donald D.) ASCS Office before the January auditorium. Advance tickets
    I : Simpson of Deland are holiday : of the Co.Seaboard.for Airline 4th deadline. The county r are-on sale by 'members. TRACT (proof of ownership) properly recorded in

    guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Railway many L ,Office, is located_ In. tho".ArL_ of-the club. --4 i HT f
    -* -- r- -** v **- before
    years, and had made his lupnej the public records of Bradford County t.at.
    I II ; Simpson, and Mrs. R. S. Fer cultural Building back of the '

    l, nandez.Mr. years.in Hialeah He was for a Methodist the past and 13 Courthouse, in Starke.' Fonntaln-Fens. Esterbrook Cartridge Si.5''-- $295.-* and j to the Office of .Tax Assessor. in person to sign the. application ,
    l.J and Mrs. The ACP is designed
    I. .
    .J Hamilton tpJielp
    : a member of the Masonic: $3.95 it Phe TELEGRAPH.:
    I : PLUS CARTOON and family had as holiday; farmers, and ranchers.of the ., .-. t
    I I. "" ,.' ,.-n cta ..... u.:1'L..__ Lodge.: .. county to BOATDSAIN \ '
    9 t. # a : ----V. hil.13VL1 iI: uruloDrIi, Besides carry out needed BATISTCflVECE .
    I his
    mother he 1 la IU7H I' who reside their and iri
    ONLYpersons. on property
    Jack Hamilton and family oJ vived conservation of soil,water and

    .. Sun.; Mon., Tuesj Dec. 30, 31, Jan. 1TNNI Pembroke, Va., James Hamilton .. Green by Ritch his; a wife daughter, Elizabeth Di-j wildlife;,,f soccs.! Under jthe .,-.. ..t" .-,,.-, ... good faith make the same his or her permanent home.

    : and daughter, Lynn, of.At.. anne, and a. son, Nelson Turner -; program, hjePederal.. ] ,Government Sunday School 10 a.m.llOrnlnj .
    : lanta, Ga., and Mrs W. L. Ritch in shares,up to 50 per cent Worship. 11 a.in. should apply for this exemption. .
    ; all of Hialeah, *
    _ ||WILUAM8'6REAT_ FIRST COMEDY! 1 Hamilton also of Pembroke,, and a brother Dr. Thomas G. of the actualcost,involved; Training Union 6:30: p. m, f
    % MSKIb. 9 m -
    i > .
    Va. carrying. out i .
    Ritch of Starke. necessary Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m.
    Co!. and Mrs., James A .Funeral'services were held conservation. measures. Thisis Prayer Meeting, Wednesday TANGIBLE and. INTANGIBLE personal property ,
    Griffin bad as holiday guests I done in recognition of the i 7:30 p. m.FIRST.
    I Mrs. Grtff J\'s father, P., R.Coker at First 11 a.Methodist m. Wednesday Church in with the fact that, these resources 'are tax returns are being, mailed at this time. If we can be'

    ,. of Lakeland .and, her. Rev. John R. Brabham of- vital not only to the farmers CHRISTIAN of any assistance to you with these forms .please feel.

    .brothers and sister and their ficiating. Burial was in the and..ranchers'who.) own the CHURCH '
    families, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. land,. .but, also to the health welcome to call on us.
    family plot in Crosby Lake .
    537 W. Call St Starka :
    CJoker of Jacksonville; Mr. and and
    I RMtftIJ Mrs. Ray E. Coker and son of Cemetery DeWitt C. Jones under Funeral direction Home.of both now and in the future., Sunday Bob!L. Badett,' Minister We will appreciate notice of any change, in yoiir' t
    School.) 9:45
    Lakeland, Mr. and Mrs. Interested a. m. '
    st4Ia Boyd Masonic: rites were conductedat farmers can obtain i during the ",
    : r E. ,Coker and son of West Palm the information "about the Church Worship 10:45 a. m property past year. .
    I : HimhMqDISNEm Beach, and Mr. graveside by Bradford 1963. Chi Rho, 5:30: p. In.. Choir
    and Mrs. Arthur ACP by visiting the ASCS
    .. Jit:1kI'Juitr: ( : umitr. JOHN MCGRi dark and son of Ripley, Lodge No. .35S ',? .E County Office or by phoning? practice. 6:30 p.m. C??, 7 p. I

    Tenn.Mrs.. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN." f__ (! S64-6741. m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p. YOUR HOMESTEAD "mP IoN APPliCAHON
    m. Wedneadu.
    .,Alice Mclntosh i
    :I PLUS CARTOON? had as CHURCH .
    i .. holiday guesta, her son, W A, CALL POn BIDS rear I '
    r' :., -H. __ Mclntosh,and family of-Jacksonville. I Schedule for Sunday, D c. Sealed,ffcid. iwm ,be receded Heavy duty cooling system AND TAX RETURNS' MUST BE'mID
    r 7:60 tfaoelr P.1L; -Wednesday, II amp. alternator
    :' *. 30: Sunday School, 9:45 tm. by the City Council of the City $00x20 -10-Pr. tires dual. .
    Wed., Thurs.--Jan. 2, 3 Glen ampioz'otZttakurg, 'Of Starke Florida, at the City Heavy duty batteryrear
    Kan.: was called. here last,week Morning Worship, The Land Ball la Starke Florida, with APRIL L-
    JAN. 1ST. AND
    : fp. t iA'r4 ..tl: .b ; ri by the aerious illness of his of 'Beginning 'Again,"' 11 a Jn, January be notified 2. ltd.klr.openiiuni.date.with bidden to (Off-on tabes road rear tires) with BETWEEN) :

    : M""V 1 __ _ _ father, Leo Champioa, who is Junior Choir and Youth Fellowship -Sealed bids to be received on Fire speed transmission -
    m1'IIi-X) .. I i:in the University Medical Cen- 6 the following!. 41 Standard frame .- i iI I'
    p.m. Evening Worship .NE 19M Truck, %%.000 GVW West coast mirrors both 1ST. IN W OFFICE OF ; ,
    iI .. 1 I aG1emn. ... "Useful Watchwords," 1'1." Wheel Base sides :
    lira C&uifia .Kirkland of '1:30p.m., 102* Cab to axle Color: Orange Ohma. '
    I f lut lIAiRIs I Largo spent Saturday! with'Mr. liz cu. ra. HD V-' engine, Delivery hi Atlanta, Ga.
    i. Thursday: Senior ChaIr with integral goveraor. The said City Council resery- /
    and Urs. J. T. Ku-kland J GENE.L. .
    1 and practice. 7:30 p.m. Booster Brakes es the right to accept or rejeet. LONGq
    f Family.Mr. Dual Electric Wipers any or ail bids. i, ;
    Friday Session .
    ; ; Meeting .n
    I 'vr'
    70W> IK front axle CITY conNcn OF CITY
    PLUS CARTOON "*nd Mrs. J. C. Vining of 7:3Opm. 17.000 Ib. -rear axleHeavy OF STARKE. FLORIDA I TAX ASSESSOR .
    I' DeLaad were dinner guests of Theme for the month ofJanuary duty front and rear By: MERRILL EDWARDS! II I, .. "
    t Uie Vmings last Friday. i "Christian. springs with i City Clerk :; .
    4'r ; Action Heavy helper fpriayi OB 12-1J ]t 12-ZS : -
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    Hayes'r HomeTo =_.."" '. ': I Mrs. McRae, 77 Alvarez in the officiating.family plot in Burialwas cros-

    J I : : Be Moved ig&JLi-r. I? Services Held by Lake Cemetery under direc
    Ki' tII''i!
    r I S Sunday, Dec. 23 tion o' DeWitt C. Jones Funeral

    I I, In JanuaryThe etJi1I Mrs. ArdeJia Johns McRae, Home.

    tome the late Harley Mathew -
    widow of
    I I E. W. Hayes at
    McRae of Starke died in a CALL FOR BIDS
    : I k the corner of Madison and last Friday morning The Board of County Commis.
    Mrs. Drew Reddish local hospital
    4 r Bay Streets will be ,moved of Bradford County,
    ; M S after an extended illness. Florida will receive sealed bidsat
    _ some time in January to a
    Presents 10:00
    Pupils S S o'clock on the morning
    i S born in Georgia on
    I S5r neW: location at the corner of She was of January 8, 1963, in the court-
    In[ Recital SundayTen I S.S Orange and Prances Streets. I 1! I Oct. 25 1885 and was a member room, in the courthouse, for fleet
    of the Pine Level Baptist !insurance on all "chicles owned
    I The 'Hayes property, fronting .,y Sradford County, including
    piano pupils 'of Mrs.I I ,,, jLL. 126'" feet-on Madison and? I Church. those of the Sheriff's Depart-
    Surviving are five daughters, ment and the Mosquito Control
    Drew Reddish were presentedin 105 feet on Bay was recently Program.

    a Christmas recital Sunday purchased. by John A. Torode Mr. and :3Irs. Joe Gissy and family recently moved into : Mrs. Louise Norman, Mrs.' ,Iris all BIDS WILL BE RECEIVEDFOR
    Vesta Myric'f
    afternoon 'Dec. 23, in the -A1'tt Shell Oil distributor in Starke. .their: attractive new home in Greenacres Subdivision. Of{> of Crosby Starke, Mrs.Mrs. Odessa Taylor 50,10010:| Liability, Fire, Theft
    Methodist Fellowship Hall. l Mr. 'Tdrode: .'said'.he had no i ; and Collision $50.00 Ded.)
    : brick and cement block construction the house is a story anda Mrs. Audrey
    Raiford; The vehicles are used in
    Holiday decorations used, immediate for the
    '1 were plans. pro- half, and was built by Whitehead Brothers. Mr. Gissy is Hall, Jacksonville; four sons, Bradford County, and would be
    and Mrs. W. H. Edwards Jr. perty. classed as used within a 50 mile
    : I presided at the punch bowl j Mr. Hayes purchased the with Container Corporation of America Arthur R., J. W., and B. M. radius. with the exception! !! of the
    I McRae, all of Starke; ana vehicles or tne snenrrs De
    Also assisting in serving were new site for his home from partment.
    J. Roberson Services For Owen W. McRae, with the
    i: Mrs, J. T. Prevatt Jr., and .. Floyd Green, and the proper. W. Additional information may be
    in California. obtained on vehicles by calling
    Mrs. J. E. Hardy. lies north of Mr. Green's I Allen Infant Navy
    t ty the Clerk of Circuit Court.
    ; Appearing, on the program home. 80 Of StarkeWilliam Funeral services were held at The Board reserves the right
    4 Held Last FridayPatricia 2 p.m. Sunday in the Pine Level to reject any and all bids. I IDID
    I, were Brad.Carter. Debra Pre- i,5 { The Hayes home was builtin Church with Rev.CHARLES A. DARBY, Clerk.
    ;4 : vatt Carol Bloodworth Cheryl \ 1898 by the late G. C. Liv- J. Roberson, 80, died Alien, infant daugh. W. E. Hall and Rev. Roman (OFFICIAL 12-27 SEAL)
    12-20 2t
    Phillips Sharon Leach, Ellen '" ingston, a former resident of at Starke Saturday mOrning Mor-
    McGee To ; ter of Ernest and Opal .
    38 Bloodworth, Bob Edwards, Starke. Mr. Hayes says, "It is extended illness. '
    rell Alien of Starke, died in :a
    fed Mr. Goldwire Jud y Br bhain Gilda Graham -1cifr ': ,, fs,1'('. :'; 1, really two houses" so he plansto Mr.. Roberson was\ borr. :n Gainesville hospital following a

    and June Hardy. ",.' '." .' ; divide it and make two I Georgia on August 7, 1882 arId month's illness.
    ; : and Mrs. Robert James I Billy and Austin Edwards :, ;" smaller houses on the new I had been a resident of Bradford The baby girl was born in YOU KNOW?

    the distributed programs. ..f. : "'1 ._.-....: County for over 50 y ars. Starke November 16 and, besides 1I
    Jee Ocala site.Mr.
    of announce
    f ,. .- T :. ... of :, Hayes brought the prop- Survivors include two her is survive!I The TV Commercial may offer temporary

    ; ,,'gement. of their..daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Davis '1''S'S SS S/, .' .. .S- erty in July 1940 and has lived brothers: T. L. Williams' half-I In-I, by three sisters parents: Jewell, Joyce, relief from the pain of arthritisand

    ." 'seth Roberta to Michael .5' 'S'S S there since.Public. verness and J. S. Williams of and Peggy Sue Allen, all of +:' rheumatism but if you are interested
    At DinnerMr. I
    .Daniel Goldwire son of MrMrs. '..5jrt ; Sampson City; two half-sis Starke. Her paternal grand- ,& -' in more than temporary relief be sure to

    ''t I : Gilbert Norman, Gold- and Mrs. L. A. Davis ; ; UrgedTo ters: Mrs. Linnie Thomas of mother is Mrs. Jimmie Darn see your Chiropractor.
    : Palatka and Mrs. Mamie Ellis' all" but
    is not "cure
    of Melrose. Chiropractic a
    of Starke.
    : !
    ..e were hosts at an informal
    of Lake Geneva. Funeral services were held has effective in treating arthritis,
    I !rflS McGee graduated from family dinner in the Pecan Apply For proven
    : :> Funeral services were held Friday December 21, at the I Dr. Boffinger rheumatisim asthma migraine head-
    I I la High School (In 1959. She Room of the Garden Restau- ,
    I : :ended Florida State Univer rant at 1 p.m. Sunday. SS BenefitsJohn Sunday in the Jones Memorial graveside in Kingsley Lake! aches, sinusitis, lumbago, sciatica, constipation, men-

    *::1 t. y. and the University of I Enjoying this occasion with Chapel with Rev. J. R. Smith Cemetery with Rev. W. B-; tal and nervous disorders etc.

    i wida from which she wilt the host and hostesses were officiating. Burial followed :in Sweat, pastor of Boatdrain Chiropractic restores health even after other
    W. Spann Jr. of the the family plot in Mr. Siniah Church officiating.
    :t graduated in April with a Mr. and Mrs. Comer Perry- Baptist I methods have failed.
    Graham With
    j elor of Arts degree In man and son, Jimmy of Gainesville Social Security Cemetery near Burial followed under direction
    office states that people DeWitt C. Jones Funeral of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
    :, ndary education. She is a Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. many Phone 964-2881 For Appointment Today
    ber of Delta Delta Delta have not applied for social se. Home Starke in charge of ar Home of Starke.
    Pitch and Mrs. Daisy
    Jim ,
    e : ial sorority. curity benefits due them. This rangements. Dr. Bollinger Chiropractic ClinicN.
    Perryman of Starke. Mr. and h vj 4;
    includes who
    Ir. Goldwire graduted from Mrs. Tommy Johns of Mac- group persons
    ord High School in Starke have reached retirement age Steno Notebooks J. Steno Walnut Street Starke, Fla.
    clenny Mr. and Mrs. Marion I but who are still working. Pens Typing Paper, Erasers. Insurance Cases Accepted
    f'. 1958. He attended Asbury Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at
    Ga., Mr.
    i Moore of Blackshear
    : F iege' ; WUmore.-, Ky. and the and Mrs. Ronnie Alton of Miss Sandra Solano Weds Keith ReddishIn These people have not heardof Bradford County Telegraph. Ribbons Ko-rect, The Type TELEGRAPH.

    ,. 'versity of Florida, graduain ,Waycross Ga., Miss Barbara Heilbronn Baptist Church CeremonyThe the 1961 Amendments to
    June) 1962 with a Ba- Colley of Tallahassee and the Social Security Act, which I

    I lor of Arts degree in socijr. Ga. Heilbronn lace will permits them to collect some
    Red Harvey of Atlanta Baptist dress matching
    He is at present pur- Church was the setting on Saturday headpiece and accessories, and checks even though they earn JANUARY

    g a I Bachelor of Divinity: Christmas Nov. 24, for the mar, over $1,200 a year. Mr. Spann
    : ee at Candler School of Party riage of :Miss Sandra Kay So an orchid corsage.A said.The
    ft'eology Emory University I reception was held immediately much published figurE'
    For PresbyteriansThe lano, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
    lanta Ga. Hetjs a. member Wallace A. Solano and Keith after the ceremony\ of $1.200 a year has given SALE

    ;;Phi Delta Theta 'social fra- annual children's partyof Carmichael Reddish, son of Mr. in the Starke Woman's: Club, .many, persons the idea that' : IM WHITE

    i ty. the First' Presbyterian and Mrs. R L. (Bill) Reddish. where the mantel held a lovely no' benefits may be paid if
    _1 Plans,,'1 .' ':are being made for a, Church was held last Friday The candlelight ceremony was :they' earn over 1200.; The Ves' "itkndfy Stars

    : : ier': wedding. night with each department of performed at 7:30: o'clock by:arrangement of white, gladioli! fact,}is :that 'in many cases; I

    r i. the church school contributingto Rev. Archie C. Carmichael and i porn poms muim, and stpck partial benefits may be: paid''I ..

    : ids. Stern Hostess the program.The Rev. William (Billy) Carmich-I Arrangements of magnolia I IIl t even though earnings exceed I I'I FAMOUS FASHIONABLE POMPONETTE

    ts highlight of th* evening ael, cousins of ,the bridegroom. leaves and candles ware usE-d'![ 1200. 'For instance, a, person I j i DAN RIVER

    ; : :f Christmas Party was when Santa Claus arrivedto A profusion of palms and at other points of mteresr.: whose social 'security monthly

    distribute gifts to the chil cathedral candles in tall candelabra The bride's table was centered check Is $100 a-month: can: BED SPREADS
    "qt. Piano Pupils earn $1,800' a .year .and still i'
    ; dren. Special gifts were givento formed the backgroundfor with a beautifully decorated H1 SHEETS

    ;" 'Miss I,: Louise Stern entertain-: Hank Green choir director, the exchange of vows. The I tiered cake, flanked by, candelabra --receive .$8,500.fIf social 'security .--- :'..- .- ., .c: -'
    : .' and Mrs. Hank Green, organist, center arrangement .at the benefits for'the year. In l : 'f"Jit" : :
    ,' and decorated withgarlands
    1- far hen piano pupils .at1'a .. .. '
    ) :; i
    : of and- wife j. ,;
    and choirs. the case a man S
    the Adult Junior church of ;
    altar sunburst -
    by was a I. l of smilax noseaiuuiiu 4' ,
    -. Ehrfetmas nartv Thursday erlartinli. mums, nnm nnrns nd -..- ..- ..--, e __ ; ndu whose combined'check wouldbe l TheuWorld's Best ALL VISffl F. ....._ .__ > .' '_<(.J',
    :QgnljDec.t ; 21, at 730 o'clock. 0------- ---- ----- r-----' --- '6Gry:! tue lauie. VLUUthe of Price"WHITE ----

    I .-:;,'Holiday. arrangements were Ladies Golf Assn. stock.baskets Two of similar large standing flowers table was a trellis of mag- could'$180 earn a$2,500 month in, wages..the'man and II Regardless MUSLIN NON AIIiiTc: : ; ;
    nolia leaves with .stand
    : large
    -'ti ed. in decorating and the rejrfsiwient the couple' could still- receive I S
    Meets For Luncheon Stood on either side. ing. baskets of bridal flowers 81 x 108 OR
    table, was covered CLOSELY
    ri The church were marked $1,110 in social security benefits TUYI'ED'y
    pews on each 'side. The punch bowl DOUBLE BOTTOM '.
    I jti\. a.,red and ;whit Christ- Lad- for the, i ; '/ /i// '
    Members of the Starke with. bows of satin ribbon table was decorated with garlands year DRYING /
    The centerpiece was ;
    ) s clph( met Dec. Mr. Spann'suggests that *
    ies Golf Association and plumosas fern. .
    of smilax and 'poms; ;
    .3 silvered pom
    of '
    :'- ::\rrangement balls 19 for luncheon in the pro Miss, Janet Hardy organist, and the bride's book ;table held working people 'who are age IN

    A me'.:,;topped with sequin.' shop. The Christmas theme played, the traditional wedding the book and candelabra. 62 or over should contact the : ; $

    I' tiny angels., each was carried out ,in decorations! marches, and accompanied B. Greeting guests at the door social ,security office to check : $181I DOUBLE BED OR
    the ,
    .During prepared by Kay Lyon, Vir- K. Godwin the soloist who were :Mrs. W. B. :Mundy and on their individual case. Fail :
    ; pU .played a piano number, and Lil Bishop. ure to ,apply for.benefit TWIN BED SIZES )iifJr( .
    I rid: ,gifts, were ,exchanged. The ginia. shannon, sang 0 Promise Me "Be- :Miss Della Rosenberg. :Standing : payments :: ,,: -;
    'I It was voted to donate a cause," and "The Wedding in the receiving line were as soon as possible may : ;
    Caro- ;
    r'lprize was' won' by REGULAR $3.98 5
    dimmer switch for the loungeof increase the loss of payments'
    i Crews.Punch Prayer. the bride and bridegroom, their S
    r the club building of the her for the year 1962 he conclud- '00-- '
    Miss new Given in marriage by parents: and members of the 'I
    was poured by
    Adams. and sandwiches Starke Golf and Country Club, father, the lovely brunette wedding party. ed. i 81 x 99 OR 4)
    1 ,and, was also decided. that a bride chose a gown of silk- Airs. Lois Moore and Mrs. M. I
    I d Cokes were also-served.l: 72 x 99 TWIN BOTTOM\ FITTED
    card party would 'be held in faced taffeta and Chantillylace. L. Beach cut the weddia? cake Recent BirthsDr. I

    : conjunction with the golf tour- The sabrina neckline was while the bride's book was I

    I : Florida Bank nament at the January meet- further! enhanced with opalescent kept by Mrs. Mariar. :M9yer and Mrs. James W. Pa-'I '$ 59. 73

    :.. ing. A covered dish luncheon sequins and tiny seed and Mrs. Drew Reddlsh. Others try announce the birth of a S
    taff Enjoys will be held at that time. pearls. The Dior bodice had a assisting were Mrs. Frank daughter on Wednesday, Dec.:

    I. Christmas Party V-shaped panel of lace starting -Miller and Misses Abbie Har-: 19, in the University of Florida: S 2FORs5oo

    ., Elks Plan Dance at the neckline and endingat ,ley JoAnne Reddish, Sandra Teaching Hospital. Mrs. Patray i

    j :Officers and.,members .of the the hem; and the wrist Hubbard, Sandra Reddish and young daughter returned I

    I aft. of the Florida Bank' at For, Saturday NightA j!length., sleeves. ended in calla Shirley Reddish Robbie ,Reddish to. their home here Sunday. :

    : arke enjoyed ,theIr, :&."trUa! points] The magnificent chapel Joyce and Pat Carm cli- a

    I t : lmas; party at the Garden New Year's dance will be train had bouffant layers,of ael, and Sylvia Reddish. The following births were announced -
    : staurant last Saturday held Saturday night at the taffeta starting at the waist When the couple left on a by Bradford, County; BLUE LABEL DACRONPILLOWS
    & light. Wives husbands, and Elks Lodge. The public is in- and ending at the knee in the wedding trip to North and Hospital: I WHITE MUSLINPILLOW --------------Ea 39c .

    --. tea. joined -the' staff. on. this, vited and there will be no ad- back. Her crown of crystal South Carolina, and Tennessee, Mr. and Mrs. William E. CASES ,

    A 'tive occasion. mission charge. beads and pearls had lacs in- the bride wore a suit of white Griffis Lake Butler a dauger \ \ ;

    - I [After a steak dinner gift I The Elks held their annual serts and was poised over a silk'brocade, with' a short jacket Carolyn Marie,' Dec. 19.

    I fere presented and each guest, distribution of Christmas baskets fingertip veil of imported trimmed with white fur Mr. and Mrs., Eugene Hall,II ;, FULL SIZES 19 x; 25

    ceived a favor. Afterwards to needy families this French illusion. around the collar. Hampton; a: daughter Caron, aeeij wd Floral Percale Covers,

    I group went to the new, week. Sne carried :a lovely brdal :Mr. and Mrs Reddish are Elaine, Dec., 20 I tt! ,S \ Rose, Lavender or Blue

    -1 ome of Mr. and :Mrs. Glen l bouquet of white Phalaenopsisorchids ,now residing in their new home Mr. and 'Mrs. Jerald Hicks,' z -:
    1 On White Grounds.
    Torman on Raiford Road, and centered with a large, on State Road 225. of Stark, a daughter, Dec BLANKETS !
    Llndy Laundry Dry
    i I >* here games were played and I Cleaning Ball Point Pena 59c white Cattleya orchid. 24. S Non Allergic @ Washable $ Resilient
    I1 eshments were served. The matron of honor, Mrs. -
    Jaycees Plan Dance f
    at THE TELEGRAPH. ; ,
    j t Sandra Harley, a cousin of the i S OUR REGULAR $3.98 EACH
    t I bridegroom was beautifully For New Year's EveThe ,

    1 gowned in a sheath of antique

    \ goldsatln.: made with rounded Starke Jaycees will

    adison Street I neckline and .short cap sleeves.! sponsor a New Year's Eve $

    She wore: .a bell-shaped over- dance in the USO MondaYj

    skirt that featured a large sat- night, Dec. 31, 2FOR $500SMART

    in rose at the waist In back. o'clock. Arrangements are in

    Her headpiece was of matching ,charge of A. Q. Smith, social

    gold satin with a miniature chairman. Admission: $5 per Charley

    baptist Church roseS in the back. couple. .. _

    I I The bridesmaids Misses E _.. .-... .... ,

    I Mary Ann'Long, Martha Long UDC To Meet JOMsabout LUXURIOUS EXTRA WARM DECORATOR

    I Dianne Colson and Mrs. Glen ; ,
    ) EXTENDS GREETINGS :Norman, wore similar dresses UDC has scheduled its first
    : and headpieces in copper glow. meeting of the new yearfornext : SORRENTO BLANKETS SOFA PILLOWS

    .All attendants earned nosegays Wednesday, January 2. at this question:
    r I! of bronze mums and rom 3:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs.A. ., .. :WARM RAYON & NYLON BLENDED Lusterous Acetate Satin

    i poms. Z. Adkins. : "I was trying out my new S $
    _ .: : I Little Cheryl Carmichael the Mrs. L. D. :Vininsf will act, as '
    chain saw on a dead train : STRENGTH AND BEAUTY
    I flower: girl wore a dress ,on! co-hostess. 1 1Bf.'T1UL : S Square, Round And Oblong

    : < I the same lines in antique gold. the rear yard. It 'sure! 'A WASHABLE $ ALLERGY FREES Shapes 14-in.
    L 963 She carried a basket of robe I

    :: peWs. i BAPTIST CHURCH worked but the tree feD : GUARANTEED MOTH PROOF Diameter.A .

    I .Mr. Reddish had as his best the wrong way. Will my I Tufted Centers
    School ; PINK
    Sunday 10 a. m. TURQUOISE GOLD CHERRY
    man William J. Dodd Jr.. andushers
    To our Members, Visitors, andIc I Morning Worship 11 a. m. Homeowners Policy pay I
    - ,
    were Jimmie Lee. Donald -
    : c. 'Friends''a' Warm Welcome is extended I Thomas Bud Harley, James Evening'Worship ':30 p. m. both, the cost of removing! C

    to all of our services during: Home, Ray Norman and Glen Prayer' meeting Wednesday! the tree from' the house,! S
    7:30 p.m.Rev.. R. T. Wfl-
    : the week and on' .Sundays and sa, p. Gregory Dodd served asring1 : : !
    : and the repairs to the 2 FOR$500 8 B
    i bearer.
    p; especially to'our' HQL6RONN I
    -I i :..Mrs.Solano, mother of the, house?

    _ .. : brid ; wore a pastel blue dress BAPTIST CHURCH -i ',jH.1CharleyE..t 1
    WATCH NIGHT SERVICESri with Sunday School. 10 a. a.
    .. I bodice of matcnin Chantilly Johns I I
    ", *." ** I 'lace, matching hat and Morning! Worship. 11. a.' m. '

    Monday Dec. '31 .1962 I accessories. Her corsage was Training Union. 7 p. m .Agency, ,
    ..' of" orchids, Evening, Worship. S' 'P:m. I
    PHONE 964-0121 LAY-A-WAYS
    8:30 P. M. Till 1963 I ilra.. Reddish. mother of the Prayer Meeting Wednesdays; 131 S. Walnut St- j
    L ?:30 m. Rev. Joe .t
    r-'L S. .1 bridegroom, wore a ross beige B. ROOD- .. INO

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    k. '. .. ,. .;. ..t / ,r;:.: c, ..".:': .. .-. ,... .,.- '... '': -,.- .b.,',-'.- :,. I "" 1!"" ,& .a i t I crease this year in the?: amount i\RL.ORIIJ4't_ ElGHTtt JUDI4IAL'c1nztrl
    <- k .s1': : lareS&ftAnnounced { I of tobacco going into the government : IN' .-nD FORCOUXTT.
    '; &TTciProtect. ; 2' Furmes'iw"; For lo&zi'prram. :r BR.'onm '. 13ft'MAtl'EHY >
    "Lef ,
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    .- t w :; IIobnentsf I I. Secretary Freeman "a'iinoun- Jane Prfce' CampbeFl
    otaq o I .
    .. Flaiatlfff
    :1 t.4 ced that' tIieri&ty' dfecounsi
    By Sam McGarvey// f ; vs. -
    ci! :I A five per cent decrease in i program would be continued :i William Allan CJimpbelJ.OTlen .
    Those Who Neerf Most Gardenfug
    up on trying citrUs her?. ,After : nu -cur d 'tobacco allotments for 1963' ani that' two addi- ORDHR-FOft'Pr> TO- APPEAR. AVD QS

    : all. there'rare< lots o' f for' the 196j Wop was receht-1 tional varieties, C kers 316, TO: \Villiani Allan CampbeU
    I The aitnouncement that the Florida any fair-minded person."I things; that can take-'the.:cold By, Kerrey Sharpe f It anno1 iced by1'Secretary of and Reams 64, will be incIU- Great Aba<-<*, Batrama: 1s14da
    I/I ** "niJlalm
    I Sheriffs.Bureau is moving into,a neigh was pressured into signing the .S\\)- why .waste" -moneyoh: i Florida' Agricultural Extension Agriculture Orville Freeman. ded. car m, ctf P., PJtorid O. Bos '\\ l'

    't bormgrcoujity? ta,'assist" in the investigation contract, and 'so was my' wife. Neitherof things that get knocked in : Service The five- per tent cut, however 4 yo* aWblfebrabove

    0$ fradulent l home repair deals us. .have had any experience in II the head' when' the' mperat follows a 4.3 per cent : ix rorT1Jt'IWE'S: cotnTI a fnst"t&t empl1 l{1tl"m'. ,n\4.'t l I!J ZII.(Mbat.
    i If want to take the g
    i is welcome l skids you -I.V6: BUAUFOHtf: lna.-
    news. business We increase this year, so that FOR th *tywd.ttir CD \
    I have.
    now something
    ... '. back-lching stoop out of 1t' ff ( 'a di-
    of 'saW! Wi
    Anyone who Has read the affidavit which we ,have paid too much for and I Ij ?' I, nd-let'el j Bradford's allotment', will COt.\TY KLOUIDA.' .ytrre? and"cusffjdy 0.1l.nor\
    'gardening try
    ." given by the unfortunate. property which we cannot afford." j I i' I Got to ,get: some hog jowls gro growing plants at the windowsill show a 'net drop, of only .7..', In Marion re: Estate.\. Griffis of:, deceased; chIldren and yon 'i're hareb.v re-

    owners who are faced with mortgagefofeclosures And another "I After the record-breaking I t and black-eyed' : peas thisrweev I level. I If' i under what it was iri 1961. :1 Xotlrt-' Filing FrtltioB Far. i;' .0rrrft qufrl t to defense file tt'nf'. to appr.ane0 sl4.? ("ump'In -
    not informedand :
    : Final nixfHargr Adminisirairli
    l as a. result of being high was 1 freeze of last week it was s j for out Ne'w Year's 'dinner. Constructing window boxes The 1961 allotment wasi!|!I : of with die'('I1i'k ot IKe Cir-.

    pressured into signing papers they had- wife cUd'not and know L had until this day that| relief tosee ,the wind switcni I so; we'll' have luck during the f' can, be''a do-it-jourself pro-I:,'; .254.95- acres, ; 1962 allotment i ii Notice is hereby'given that 1 cun COurt. and, BradtfcSrjl'i"serve" CQ K UttIFibrida. of
    not even my signed a mortgageon i !! coming; year. :One'; thing 'i 266.38 and the 1963 allotm -'1 have filed my final return &g defense upon / thePtaIndTf'L'
    : read, will agree that action around to the SW; the; sunshine |, ject. However, if a hammer in ; said' written (
    our property i a.boutit..if'. ,:we! :do-,eat Hoppin i ii ; Administratrix of the estate of attfr's.. On.\,
    4 to curb, such abuses'is i long past due. warmly and the temperature -' hand becomes a misguided I I'i nt, with the five per cent i Marion A. riffis! deceased! : I CIUNDIF.Rz.O' f1; \RJ.IS.;
    I Many-. of these people who have been And still another: '"This house trouble :climb to where- -belongs -' John, at 'l ast :.well enjoy it I your and tends to hit- !i cut, will be 251.89: j I that I have filed my 1)etitiOflfO' i'l>* Ie\. f\\"EHA.; U.- -v S. It, 1st
    that missile lis-
    i iI distribution and for final
    day for it is a. mighty Gafnesvil Florida on
    taken advantage ,of are "orr welfare" has caused- my wife ta have ar bad! : If a name is' ever attached i. goOd.. 'dish.; I the, wrong nail, then it's best !| The reduction will mean a'' chajgeand that on the 2jday I Street or beforJaftnary} ; !Sth. 1863.Hreln .

    I and the amount of. their allowance i is case, of nerves" resulting in }Her being 1 to that freeze. we'd! ... S t id, hire :a, local handyman toI loss of about 172 acres for of January. 1963.: 1 wiU.:apply I fa 1' not. else a Decree -
    hQspitalized for ten days suggest the "PlpBuster; of'i I Alachua, Bradford, Dixie, Gil-: : to the Honorable Thefon" A. | I'ro Confesso win be. entered -
    .1 not, enough to enable them to keep'up i FOllowing the' cold? spell' in i do the job. He can install a !, Yawn County Judge of Bradford against yim.
    1 burdensome payments.The"unscrupulous These, are only a 'sample.. The time!1 j '62." .. '57, we noticed that our plumiatidpersimmontreeV.had I window box in short order. \: christ. Levy, and Union coun- > Count). Florida for avpror- It is further ordered, that. tjhssnptieec
    e e ties. Florida's share of the national : val of said final returns and foe;! each
    L repair companies for <& 'complete investigation of the i ; lili'wuDut1ly'g'Ood \ -.A good soil mixture plant- j ': an order of distribution andfor be! nutiwefka
    ii allotment [exclusive of' week for four
    miserable mess is long..past due., We i Temporary grazing plantIngs thai j ing'' material adapted to theexposure i ij final discharge as Administra retttnf dit"herein
    yield. If to the
    apparently prior
    preyS on those) who are j for farm allotments Marion .
    i of rye; oils; or wheat a reserve new j trix of the Estate of A.ariffi Telegraph -
    ; (
    hbpe' that the Sh riffs Bureau will be again this j and plant care are in the Itradfprd faunty"
    least able; for one reason or another, came through the' cold' in!i holds.--true( ; year; ] will be 15,078.26 acres i fleeeasfd.December ; a newspaper publishedin
    for the- success of 14, 1962.PEARL!\ '
    to protect themselves" Some of the invited to move its i investigation: into ..wpllj j we may'expect agobd'crop of j necessary The National Tobacco In-j stafke. Florida'.
    fairly .good shjfpe, and 'III antI ofi-
    your' window sill project. Also, GRJFFI: TnTTfKSSiiBV: haul
    and ; :
    .. statements in their affidavits cannot Bradford, County when- it finishes iri I j provide valuable: ior 'gefori i persimmons; pears, plums',: 'for best results' in' winter, locate I dustry Advisory Committee recommended -! AdministratrixTHOMAS '. .cia! seaU'at Stark Bradford

    fail, to elicit the sympathy and pity of Alachua. : ; I i cattle, now that the native1 1 i I pecans.I> S S .. j j I II the window, box on the a reduction in 1!i & PIERCEttorne'I.at.la" ',." County of December; Florida.\. till D. thin 1962.21 day

    pasture is killed back. Recent)!I We've heard that raccoons i f sunny side of 'the" house. i I I acreage as possibly one way i 203-205\ : ;) North Temple Ave. CHARLES' ,\. DA'HBT.Clerk Brad-.
    rains helped the temporary j of dealing with current marketing Starke. Florida Circuit
    smart and'n doubt, A good soil'mixture for >untjr. Florida. '
    are' ; ford
    :7: WiiiYou Become'A Holiday grazing pastures to sustain they are:: BUt' the story -that I:I plants :is'equal 'parts :of sand, iI j problems, and the fact :27. ,First 196_*. publication December i .,, By.' MArian Oauty I* Crosby Clejri
    the very low temperature. peat'moss'' and good garden'siIL that there was a great in- 12-27 4t 1-17
    ;, S ", 'coons will put their 1>I1WS' up I I i ,, 1-2'T'4t 1-17, _

    j'' Traffic,Statistic? Someone in Lawtey this I to froth cover the their rr-tale"eyes; ''flAshlightbeamof and ,hid halfpound'of'To'. each' bushel complete. 'mix In fer-a1'' -

    a I week wanted to know whanbad" the.*hunter 'makes 'us tilizer, such as 6-6-6 or888. ,I
    .Based on past statistics we An examination of vordS"'Sanr used' on Fin- ,
    may the.county
    j wonder Maybe so,. but Isnt it It's a good idea to grow !
    expect'a, shocking total l of approximately court docket for any month'. will bear i negan, the water pump, to I II more-',' liksly1-', '- ; "they-'da! ; 'it to; not over two' 'or three kinds -;,

    600 motor vehicle- fatalities before out how ,many drivers are' fined here I get: the rascal running'. after : keep the. light out. of. their j! of.plants per window box. You' 1

    the holiday; Mon i is,over, according to each: month for excessive speed and : he had: quit. 'Truth.is kind; ,wordsof that I eyes? may like to consider color !

    'l. Federal Bureau of .Investigation Direc-: public, intoxication. Speeding always Sam used only Finne- e S S cmbinatidns, too. This could I

    ,: 'for'J: Edgar Hoover' iri an'article in I leads all other .driving: offenses in. this encourgement for like most of on us, Fin- Oneof our* nice presentsthis include blue, pink, and white; ,

    the December, issue of the FBI Law county with improper passing sui1iycoming gan negan, responded, to gentle Christmas wis. a-U ICEP red, white and blue; red and j';.

    in'secon calendar-a-useful, thoughtful :yellow or with white. Trailin -
    Enforcement Bulletin: wbrds, when the other kind
    --According to National Safety Council Already this montlvlO} injuries Have would have resulted in wrathful gift, which at- the SlIM.time] vines and green foliage .
    been recorded here from automobile supports .relief for the children plants go well with all of.!
    accidents :
    figures quoted inthai same article, waterless condition;
    the Florid Patrol S of the world I these.
    by Highway
    : 38,000 Americans died on our ,high- -, S .e Suggested plants for grow-
    Ways'in', 1961, some 1,400,000 persons Tone for every two days. Euckily, The- battle rages. on the use The kildeed cold weather II ing in Window' boxes are, .
    however, no one has'been kilted. of1 MH-30 for tobacco growers -
    were seriously injured and motor
    ve- birds are-busy in our, driveway begonies; coleus, ferns, wan-. i:
    hicle- ceidents'cost. our nation approximately But the big holiday season is not for sucker control.- Buyers-- digging up- andeating i I derfnr jek, vinca, geraniums, ':

    ; $6.9 billion. over, and the cold chill of death from are opposed to it, whereas I'I pansies; petuniasportulacaj1: I

    Equally significant is the fact' that automobile accidents' still .hangs over growers" arestrongly frt favot mole' crickets. Now if all the i iothersf 'I marigolds, nasturtiums and I,
    thfr berry- .
    December was the leading month and us all. We sincerely hope, however, of the l labor-saving chemical eating; robins inclnding,* would- 'do- the.1 verbenas. 'I I:, ,

    ''I that Christmas led the major holiday that this holiday season can be one of Said one grower, this week; samemaybe wettget rid of I Shrubs I Ii IiI
    don'tl I
    "I how can grow ,
    periods! with immediate reverence and' joy' to all ind'ot c se This is the beginning of
    523 death 'and : one .tOday without. using the "puppy dogs.:' I
    an estimated 177 later deaths as a re of grief and sadness because some!! it-tobaccff.. ..' S e, I the season for transplanting:!
    ; suit of holiday} injuries sustained. driver has become careless or because I ; *'- e" S.Enjoyed No berries for Christmasthis trees' and stirubs. The first:1

    ,According to Mr. Hoover traffic someone turned an automobile into matter, step selecting healthy plants',
    ; f- a an exploring> trip year; or for that '
    : authorities consider drunk driving and potential killer by getting behind the over at Jfcw Rver| last weefe nd-pretty( Ted poinsettias-but ;I with"sood roots and tops. The"II III

    1'. ... excessive speed ,the two greatest menaces wheel while intoxicated, .or because ancf saw*1Vl'i ii-wrCbeBetfiv.was I at the: moment it' looks like I the next, act.ivitr- is .to prepare r '

    L : on the road. Studies, the Hoover some driver's foot became too. heavy aa bear's tracks on one' of 1 weTh-have typicallmild't
    articles states, show that 50 per cent for his own good. the sandy roads.-We-examined \ 'weather not a1 red' or pounds.of_ complete f rtilizef -! _"- -

    : or more of ,the fatal accidentsinvolvedrinking" We hope that every.driver will re- the tracks, and then decidedto white; 'but I a' green S ,Christmas S per IDfr s square yards of :,

    I .drivers or pedestrians. In solve to make an early- New Year's make some of our own for space. :
    : 1961, excessive the bear to have a look at. Both Alice and Sam extendto
    I speed was a contributing resolution not to become careless or 'For trees or shrubs dig a
    .. ', S best wishes> fora
    \ factor in S3 per cent of the fatal negligent. We'd like tobe; able to' everyone hole one-third larger in diameter > I
    I" seasongood I
    .. accidents., greet you all in .the new year! The freeze, knocked the good hotiday in t than the plant's rootS' ; .
    .. little satsuma health and prosperity ;
    leaves' off' our Mix
    >. .1. a cup of fertilizer and a
    tree. arid". i f're'ao> ut: to give j generOuS, quality "of peat irt'I : ,

    R 'The Ideal < = ._!_.---, the top soil. Place the plant- ., ,
    b : : l Sunday Vehicle'V ---. ; 7S" '\ "
    in the,hole slightly lower than '

    I : If '. you've lost sight of just how on Sunday has been that it makes too Home* D Demonsfrot/on' '' it'1n grew in the nursery. Fill' ;, '
    around the plant with the ,
    much times have changed in the past much work for servantsand horses. NatesDOROTHY soil-peat-fertilizer ; :- : '
    .: 62, years, 'spend the next two minutes This is 3 ( fY mixture ": i. : ,
    a fairly soundobjection for
    the h leis half filled, .
    % E1; :
    : perusing this; little editorial l gem from thedesire to make Sunday, as far as ROSS i" settle the loose earth with : ,:

    The Telegraph's ,issue, of June 8, 1900. possible,; a day of rest for all hands i .'. Home .Deraon lratioa,:Agent water and repeat1 the watering Hog Jowllb.19'C
    : Young people of toclay could hard has
    ( ) 'a great deal l to recommend it. when the ''spaCE around the

    .. conceive of, the fact that the automobile ,But r tan automobile, especially the plant is tilled and firmed. ''I i

    : was once such a rarity that editors, sort that the owner himself' guides, Remove Spots..and Stains down on a cuttinboaSrd. Cut, Around the base of' the (TEETH IN)

    I .. were' advocating its merits. as a means&- need make hardly any Sunday work in From Your Table Linens off .peel in! strips .from: top to plant form a dish-shaped ba- .
    .. of. afternoon' foods .are'spll1 don bottom:,'Then,,>cut; down' along sin' to
    entertainment. hold water-
    Sunday the stable,States E. S. Martin in Harp- If holiday Mulch the : BLACK EYE
    the FLAGA .
    the' membrane separating
    I : Read ". ,' stand unwashed treating sections.* Gently bring; the shade if it is necessary. Wat., 24 b bag ;
    until : 'frac
    :? Monday fl s"bY'
    IDEAL SUNDAY VEHICLE morn knife', back x>ut. alongi the PEAS$ DZi g 1ic
    .. ing. Neither coachman. nor groom is spots promptly. membrane on the other.' ,side eringi newly set plants regularly ',I: .

    .: The Dealers in automobiles seem to 'needed to take it out, 'or even wait at Gravy stains are a combui-' of the section. Eat these sections With is rainfall very important.'at'a'low ,. "... ,
    point ,
    : have overlooked a useful point in not home until.it. comes back;.'It is the ideal ation of protein and fat, so plain or seye.in ambrosia at this time of' year it is It'', ; DIXIE DARLING '

    I. advertising, more copiously the special Sunday ,vehicle, beating even the bicycle soak the stain in cool water salad, fruit cup, of other I' good idea to conserve soil ..

    2 adaptability of their machines for Sun- since, its use is..nei her so laborious first so you won't)set; the pro desserts; moisture around citrus trees'' RICE -- liR- 3:5pr: : :

    : day use. as to Impair due Sunday rest, nor tein. Then wash in hot soapy Eat.daily one or more servings by keeping down whiter weeds.' ::1 t/ ,+jf.j.. .i *. "

    : Thegreat objection of the more incompatible with' Sunday clothes. water, rubbing *carefully to of citrus fruits or other The weed eradication program .. '. '

    June8. 1900 help remove stubborn staipsCranberry .. high vitamin C foods VitaminC ; .
    : also' keeps the' noxious pests .
    scrupulous Sabbathrkeepers! to permit- .
    stains teeth t
    Ii -t.j \and fruit helps keep gums' '
    ting folks to take their : from using the' fertilizer yon' SWIFT PREMIUM BONEUSS SKINLESS .- FULLY..COOKED
    : carriages out ...Who! says ,,times, dqn't change? can be tre&te4.* with boiling healthy; itis'> necessary for applied the .trees. !1| ,
    I -- water. Places.th stained..' properly formed bones.It ," .; Canned:
    p Go- Slow"oh Pruning'While' Ham'
    : 4'TW..D
    __41 : Prisoners"Get nesses refused to" 't s tify. after .they.hai-been' involveoT\ tion" over' w bowl and ', r.1 helps fiaht infection,helps in hoeing around the ; '

    -. : The four were accused of in a' knife fight. boiling water through stainfrom the healing of' wounds and fruit'' 'trees, inspect 'them- for' ,. .

    _ : NV.' 'Trialurder strangling Calvin Cook 25 on Both are charged with assault a heights of about' tw> strengthens blood vessels. scale.l, Remember;; don't uSe '
    March 28, 1960. They were and battery and bond feet. The force" of the water Store these fruits'"hv: a cool oil spray for scale control during FRESH GROUND DAILY FAMILY SIZE. PACKAGE ,
    ) tried in December of 1910 and drives out; stain: Don't use room or for short periods in
    has Oil'makes'
    been set lit- $50 each, ac- cool weather. IB.SRADE
    : F k .c
    the death, sentences were imposed c rdi 1g'1O Chief Criminal In- soap at this stage, because! 't. the refrigerator. most dooryard -planting 'less1 Ground Beef G..S19

    on Dec. 1T.- 1960. vestigator Harry Layfield, of will set the atain... tf Time ta Flint Trees resistant:.to. damage 'during ., .. -to..
    : : Four .St3t Prison inmates, During the trial seven in-j the-Alaehua County, Sheriff? For cajidlewax, first scrape and Shrubs cold-weather. One-material'' to .

    whose'jrerious convictions and mate witnesses balked'at tes. Department Layfield said wax away. with 4 dull knife. December January and,the use' for Scali control during I' & .

    : :Jdeafh.sentences in ,the Slaingl) ] tifying, either refusing-to' testi-i Wednesday;,that the two NE- .Thenplacer stain,between blot- first part February: arethe winter' is malathion -50 per "A" QUICK FROZEN CHICKENBacks4tNecks

    e e of ia cellmate.were! set aside by! fy or saying, that .theft could groeshad, : gotten into JUT argument ters-or paper towels and 'pressgently months'in' which: to plant or cent emulsion at the rate of' :

    I : :Jthe State Supreri i Court; will) not rem tnbe '.- Jmfge Geo. L. -a.tDave. Green's place with a warm iron. transplant trees, and :shrubs 3'teaspo -,per gallon of wa- i.i5

    U U be retried on murder chargesatariing ) Patten allowed\: previousstate: in LaCrosse. Move blotters'as. they take'up -while, they are dormant. l1 ter. If n s 'follow with -- ', ne-, .

    : : 'Jin, 28, State' Attor. ments' they had' made to m* :Robinson the stain. Sponge stain witha landscaped' grounds' will increase -I I'S'seeond"appIiation:; otmalathion FRESH BOSTON BUTTS ,FORK :

    _ ney T. !. Duncan, announced vestigators'.to, be readbut left after ,the argument I cleaI ing' solvent, to remove 'the value,of,your, place about, three, weeks la '
    d this \yeck. I cautioned"the jury tha the ,' Layfield said and lasfcof,,wax..If:color, from wax asrmuch as15per; c iPer-, ter.

    : :The State Supreme Court, ordered -statements were 'for: tha pur Henry followed him in. hisc'ar. remains.sponge" with a 'solution ,.h ps,_you art\:'thifiking. about 1I Don be too anxious to
    : a,:'new trial for inniatesl j pose of impeaching Ihe: witnesses had caught the knife the two of,. _one-third.*"'denature*! planting" some triiit trees rtobeauttfy p z ri e'out' "'d ad'" wood from: Roast 39 'i

    1 Os i Ztmiga, Andrew Klnj.j and not as evidene.:: fight Both akohnL to two-thirds-water.. : yoiir;; home.., ground yamihrus fo aw.4tg. cold : ,LB.
    ,cUt .
    in the scuffle. t. ,
    cJolUt Vile and James Ran ui i Lipstick-on-.napkins-can! bac and provide-food;,to : Pnh ":grounds lhat written Lawrencecitriculturist ;;.
    ; Fred
    Negroes Charged removed: "successfully.- W rkj ; ''branches' 'without' killing
    I statements of inmate witnessa Pr\RA. lard, or. petroleum' Jelly .IntOIstain. with'te.EiteOierVIte'in: the.wood-: If you cutout wood .
    _;l : a should not hare been allow-i With Assault GRAXDIN; FLA. Sponge with 'cleaningsolvent Gainesville recommends these ; sooir after a' cold spell yotr A1.. ._

    I J .I V
    ,. launder in" soApy: Water. ., : 4 "'
    4 S --- ," v- Morning Worship 11 *. m.Training' out live wood. So' let the ",1 ,
    IRE RIGHT FO1NT for the Two Brooker Negroes, AlgaleeHenry I ;, f Pecans Curtis Stuart; j shears stay, in the.) shed untiyou're : )
    \ : ; et year fftrorite* ESTCtt'BROOK :insbri; 'we're'arrested': Sunday) EveningWorship,' 7:39: p3.tidweet : Hrj: stain' i with cool water or soakit I 1' simmon s-TanenasM. Pu. *-: of cold damage. I' ':

    \ : FOlI.ntain.hn.- TELE In LaCrosse by the Alachua !: Prayer,Meeting Wed- for' 30 minutes or longer if 1|i aki; 'Satsuma Owari: KumI -t Daring the next 'few weeks : .
    nesday, 1:30 B.to I i ALL GRINDS ,
    I -..GRAPH. ,, County, Sheriffs. .Department \ p. fabric: is ";washable. If the I quatNagami, Marumi; Cal- after the cool weather has \ '
    S U rL--_ .cfoin,._.... 4 vavnoina musaW, w/v1r VT, tt a flatftrtftfnf.*... ....e.-.; ,,: anaondin; Muscadine Grape- definitely'"set in,';'if s a good '

    ..... into[ itt then'.rinser.thoroughly Burgaw, Scuppern. ng. idea te fertilize- lawns and jAstor Coffee. '

    S and, allow the article to dry I .Anstbe,.Ytar. shrubs to provide. a storehouse .
    i .. < Use a, grease' solvent to remove Friends, this.Trraps up an of plant food for 'winter

    --i e t of.fF fHE BRADFORD- COUNTY TELEGRAPH any remaining greasy\l'ot rear of' the 'c l1 mn. We months. After all the-! roots j I 14 .'. .

    Ii .. to' ::.. 'ESTABLISHED- 1879 stain. colored stain remain|f do appr elate TOOT manJ com keep growing and so do the':':H 1-lb. can / ';

    :* .k-. after: the fabric dries, use a ;i ments. We just hope that we're. tops, of many plantsUse i" ,
    Floridaoldest weekly. rnof ter each 6tyoi Savei: 20 : "
    -CM ', chlorine or 'sodiumperborate b some help 'J 6-6-6 or similar"mixture of <
    NewperPnbLlahe4Coa. ,bie&ch or hydrogeni peroxide i 'and;it we',can be of ser- fertilizers Apply from 2- to .
    1' ti to *I* FLORI' !: tbr om YjJI '" Be sure to use 'a bleach that I viceto-you this coming,.bright pounds per 100 square feet 'I I. I ,

    .. .. ....-;;., is safe for the fabric and' dye. r new year. ,please' contact us'::' around shrubs, and about IS '
    : : At OWN' Holiday Season FoodsThe" ,! Th'phonris' 84'-2Sl5 antl'Gie'I i Vacuum Packed Coffee
    : ,pounds; per 1,000square ,
    E. I
    ... .. other day someone- ask- post office thxfts267.. on lawns. r MAXWELL ui 1i '.

    .tor .. -.' : \ : Editor ud'uner ft' ed how to make AMBROSIA. A sincere Happy. New Year Don't spare the water- during -H : HOUSED 'CAr/%9'f .

    .. It .is made of orange sections i to eactforybii! the- winter months. Remember ,: .
    S SUBSCIUPTIOH RATES Limit 1 hith $5.00.food order.
    and cocoanut. Grapefruit sections that plants suffering ::4
    or crushed 'pineapple from ,lack of water may not ,
    : : ..00 ONt TEAM ". S.S9 .. : A
    be added if desihed. survive the
    may double suffering .
    t' .IX MONTH 1.7S IX MONTH ,t.M :
    '*..... .:. TUItE1)IOIT4$ e' .' t.oe, THRECt, MONTH* f .' I... Sweeten to.,taste. 199 N. ChuTfh St. of cold and drought. wap, ;

    .- P at..... Ecfc Ttnrsdjyaad Etend .. 5 eead 0UI1f&Mef' To p'ee! aDd SutlonCitrus H. WaIt e n Graij, KtekterSundir y :

    M."' OEfic*,al SUrkA,'.n*. udar Act't f' U* i 1J78 Frafts1Washfruit "School. S45; aja..i Zipper Notebooks $L4' at ,
    -t Slice off peel at Morning Worship 11 a.invn1nL ; .
    &*4ford_ CoPtr .Telegraph. .
    top,and. bolam 8Lth tt itl I:, %X ,.!; 1R -- t _

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    1 "S 3cfooI Heads d Look Fo t -' ::,- .- -;' : I oration caused by the buMl'lgI'Social Security i i

    ; LegislaliireFof ., S I Negro Shooting 1 1i clothes. [ !I LAURA" BAPTIST CHURCHSunday

    The second call came at 1-10i: i Tax.H&e,. Due |

    8 t bisi-c that'aftemoon. for a grass. fire i!January lat I, school 9:45: ajn.
    rbihg Formula Change I i Horning worship 11 aJn.
    . i i In Sneedville i ii behind the Post 56 American|; i I Evening worship 7 p.m.

    I t Legion; Grounds. North: Tem- Workers and their employers I Everyone welcome.

    .. Jf State legislators and budget stays the same Two Negroes in the Speedi pie- Avenue. Firemen .doused!! will pay higher social Security i Rev. D. E. Willis Pastor.
    the blaze
    and burned
    1!' official jrere told, in a 'de-1 The' State Department of yule section near Melrose shot; ai taxes January 1. By
    \ is' strip off themselves to present law, the tax rate on wages increases
    meeting of the Education said the 67 count each, ,other at approximately: 3 I further trouble .in the) I. Plaintiff.
    J Cabinet Budget Commission ies most put up'a total of $143 .' : on that date from the VII.I
    : j !sf m. Sunday morning December : area. It was the Molly Krohn Gordon.
    \1 that unless ,the present form- : million to match a $309 million .,23, in an argument over a I! to deparUnt'nt'slsecond present 3 1.8 per cent each on Deft-wlant
    1 run a fire at
    i ula tor local-state- support of state appropriation under "Woman: lo the Bradford grass workers ani employers to 3 OTirn OF Piw.icmov
    according -
    ; the same spot this month Th : TO: Mrtlv Krohn
    ? Gordon. iOl
    ; public achoola Is changedjeouDty ) the present formula. r44v County Sheriff's office. !((: first fire there ocpumd on I 5-8 per cent each. The self- I Feast 66th Street Sew Tot'k. V
    ,costs will increase 30 Share Frozen employment tax rate goes from! y
    ( f "One man, Hayward Barton.!t December 10. i YO{.' ARE HEPEBY(1T1
    per cent,to $143 million in thenext The contribution of thecounties Ii I the present 4.7 per cent to 5.4 FlED that .-
    i 32, of Speedville, is now in that 1 i I. a Complaint for Declaratory
    current cent for 1963 earnings.
    biennium. in the bi- per Decree seeking to ita\ "
    Bradford Hospital recovering i
    r-.c TurpentineCited divorce obtained by you on AUgust -
    enhlum was and Social security taxes are
    $109 million I
    A 30 per :'cent increase in from a bullet wound : !1, 1946. a nullity, has bi-iv
    would have' run higher had collected on only the first filed against and
    Bradford County's share would which broke his left arm and As Source you >ou are
    not the Legislature frozen the I I $4,800 of wages or self-em required to serve a copy or v.iur;
    mean .a $21,000, .another in his left leg. The answer or pleading tn the Plaintiffs -
    '' Of Wood IncomeThe income. A worker
    county share In 1562-63 to an i I ployment .
    amount, ., this county would hava other Negro, 25-jrear-old Purvis, Complaint on PainUr! s
    tQ',raise";;- toward- school costa increase.or not more than five I I who has wages of $4,800 and Attorneys, Gertler & Frank 4": .
    Thomas of Gainesville was Lincoln Road. Miami Beam *
    It would mean an increase localf per 'cent over' the 'preceding so shot but the bullet only all i importance of turpen- also has income from a business Florida and file the original"
    6f slightly .more than year. This shifted $13.5 million v f F tining as an additional income pays only on his wages. Answer or pie-dine: in f .
    grazed his chest after gong:
    fice of the ferk of the' t' ivuit
    two mills, Morgan said, but from the counties. to the through his jacket, aecording!) from woodland: was pointedout Self-employed people piy C'ltrt on or before the >is< dur
    '' i this week bv A. A. Murphy nf J'tnI1Qr1'1U..
    } their social othfrwisi vi JComplaint
    s'infe school millage is already to Deputy Sheriff Willard Wil- security ,. .
    at its 'maximum by law 2J 1: One. solution sought unsuccessfully Hams who investigated the 'ncident. -' with the u.s. Forest Ser- a year when they make I'. .'frt la" you.will be taken HH "ifec. >

    mills] some other. part of the : two years ago and Thomas is being held i vice office in Palatka."Turpentining I their Federal income tax returns DATRD at Ptarke ,F,. da
    I I I this 1 I'?: dDft'l rloeo" budget would have to i be cut. will tried next increasethe When returns ;
    which be, again in the Bradford County Jail.i i can making ; ('rr'RJT A. n+nnv

    "We'd have to cut back on session of the. Legislature __ ___ _. u. Both men used .32 caliber Ii income from woodland on 1962 Income, selfemployed i I Clerk of the Ctroim Con 't

    >Something< but right now I would freeze the county shareto I OUT OF THE PAST pistols in the shooting which from 40 to 80 per cent" Mr. businessmen will pay the By Marian L. C fie->shvOepuu IQ

    don't know what it would be," a flat 25 per cent of the happened at Dave Henderson's.I Murphy said. "The working of 1962 tax rate of 4.7 per cent. (F.AL )
    leaving the ; naval stores provides iobs to The rate to I 12-20:! 4t 1.10
    the stated. total ; ; new applies only
    i superintendent program i This 1912 Ford Roadster was' the center of Interest for the small fry of Hampton 50 i sPlare, Speedville.. No chargeshad
    state's contribution at 15'per hundreds of men and 1963 income which: in most
    Morgan said the county might; t'3rs'ago, as evidenced by this old photograph of Dr. W. E.'Middle-ton (at the wheel)), parked been made against either many .
    form of cent. I families earn all or a major, cases, won't be reported until i\ Col'NTY Ji'DOK-s cornr.
    in the
    some help In front of an early Hampton drug store. Seated beside the driver is his brother-in-law, (! man Wednesday morning since, IA>D FOR BRADFORD
    the increased revenue result The 75-25 formula, if adopted : Ben Dowlin:. Boys in front of the car are (left to right); Luclan Johns Charlie, Beck, I courthouse operations were in'| stores part of work their,"living he added.from naval1! 1964.The r r>TV. FLORIDA
    :1 Ing from increases in assessmentS would require the state new rates will under In rp. Estate of
    slow motion due to the I
    Mercer Miller, Dick Miller, and Horace Melton. Behind car are Willie Johns, Earl Middle- I long; .1 XellV.. Pearce, deceased
    caused by the. new hydrocarbons to ante up $55 million, more ton, Harvey Miller Vardie Wall, and Charlie CwneroB. ;, Christmas weekend. I Mr. Murphy pointed out I present law be in effect \.ilcf at Filing Petition for
    plant at Brooker for schoois'in' the next two' that trees do not require fertilizing through 1965. Another increase | Final Dlnchante' of RcerntorNotice

    County officials expect-the years instead of the'$17-6.mil I I or cultivating, as do ; is scheduled in 1966.. The top : is hereby given that r

    ) Plant\ to give the county' tar lion increase required under as he sees her form sounds month. :Fire Depf. 1 row crops and seldom is there rate schedule to go into effect I j have executor filed of mv the final estate returns of Nell a a

    roll a big boost, but don't the present'sliding scale'formula in the mirror and at the same f Her program at Starke Elementary Local ChristmasB 1 1k a 'crop failure' in naval stores : in 1968 is 4 5.8 per cent each 'I W. Pearce, deceased; that T have

    know: yet just how much. I which eventually will run time hears her say them. i is unique for her, {k Called" Twice : "Modern methods of turpen-1 for workers and their employers j t and filed my for petition final for discharge distribution. and

    "I believe the legislaturewill county support to 50 per cent The tape. recoraer is used Mrs.. Walsh says in that she i i I tinlng, such as bark chipping j and 6.9 per cent for the i that on the 11th day of January.

    change the present formula ,'i..: or more. I to allow' a"child to hear himself I has a room of her own and siness Up '! Starke's Fire Department\ reported with acid and use of spiral J self-employed. j I 116! ', 1 will apply to the Honor-
    ab'e Theion A. Yawn t'ounty
    ( when it sees- the dame speak, for by comparing the ;; stays at one school every day. f]i only two calls, neither I gutters attached with remov- According to John W. Spann Judge of Bradford Cottnry,

    afejthat; :: It will cause, school i i.programs ''i I bound he makes to the correctone I In her previous teaching experiences [Continued From Page One] of which was serious during ai,! able double-deaded nails do !i Jr., district manager for social Florida for approval of aici final -

    < in; many' counties;'!1 I $Spe&hTherapyi I made 'by the teacher he I she traveled from j Christmas holiday week which I! not harm the worked part of i security these increases of distribution returns! and and for an for order final

    Morgan j added. 'Changing* can learn ,his mistakes, and f lone !school to another within'j frigerators, but that it was!was a busy one for most every-; the tree" the forester said. j are to keep the system selfl discharge as executor of the will
    formula, .is expected, lo%:'.haviiuisfeer I! thus correct:theJU.'Each child a county and did not hare better than usual in Novem 1 body else. (iI i ij "The entire worked portion I supporting and soundly finan-1 I of Nell W Pearce. deceased

    ,, oiie .priority': .amonltfcatprrineeting i Helps Children 1 is.alSo ,speech booklet} enough' time to spend: in any! ber. All told he said, business Both calls came the same' of trees turpentined by this/ ced. Mr. Spann said that bas- 'II Dot-ember A. J.10 THOMAS, U6!. JR

    1' :to'JJacksodwthle.in I I of his own'which he has com one place. I is a little'better over the last j!'i day-last Monday December'' method can be sold for saw ed on actual estimates these! EXPI'utor

    : ; :Marcii for the-annijal piled with' the assistance of In Mrs. Walsh's class here quarter this year than last. !17. The first came at 10:35 a.! timber poles, or pulpwood i rates will provide ample funds 13th First, 1962.THOMAS puhlioatlon, De,'.-mbet

    ,'toAv ihon ,bf'thVFloridfr'fd7; (Continued- from page 1) i( the te her.:The book contains she substitutes; games which The jeweler who said his i, m. from the Econowash Laundry without a loss in value due to i'i for all payments set by pres- & FIERCEAttnrnpysatlaw
    ucltion he Ishaving. Christmas business fell off turpentining," Murphy said.?,
    t haaoi ClaUon.1'ri1 : problems are environmental,! the sounds with which also teach a child sounds for : on West Madison Street! ent law.
    ; \ (formula by which: the she explained, in which a child trouble and'the child the regular classroom drill credited the warm days just[where one of the washers I "If the income from naval I! The Social Security District 201-205 Iarkt': North Florida Tempi Ave

    cQiif lei. .....pay: their .ihare'Qf i imitates his parents, .brothers,} knows. what theY'are .and can : letting them do things which before Christmas with the :i overheated and caught on fire.1 stores is added to the income Office serving this area is lo- 12-13 4t 1-3
    the.c9St.of.Ubllc" 'SChOOls.isW and sisters. practice at home. with aid of. ; to them are fun .I disaster. Because of the nice : According to Fire Chief R. C.;. received from sale of timber I cated at 411 S. W. Second Avenue
    \I weather, he said more people(I -
    > V: 6nhe assessed ,aluatlotr'if his parents.. Red load of clothes to industries in Bradford I .
    Her three most common j For instance, Mrs. Walsh ] ( ) Buford a ) in Gainesville.i
    likely went o\jt of town to discount
    it would be
    ; property ,of \thfe entire tools Mrs. Walsh says, are a .ProgreSs reports are ,written i keeps puppets in her room ] caught fire while in the dryer)County an eye-op-j! I.P.fiAL NOTICE

    Atk; .. Thus. |f any" county incrfisti mirror, a tape recorder,' ,and every month 'and placed in a j with which the children may would houses have to if trade rougher than!:,'when it became too hot. There!!' ever, causing us all to give 'I|I TUB THE EIGHTH cmrriT COURT JUDICIAL: tWt|;t debts I am incurred not responsible by MrsV flit any(J

    ,.assessmeBts ,' pa'rtku the speech books, given. toeach I file which the teacher keeps play when they like. r was little damage to the Ira: more thought to better man. : CIRCUIT ix AMI FOR i Dawson or Mrs Irene I' Dawson -
    l fitly Urge she eucH as nfde'state ; child. The mirror Is p It contains the type therapythe : weather had kept them home :chine, the chief said which] agement and protection of our BRADFORD COr.MT. FLA .
    probably undergoing. "Sometimes she says He said business was fine until IV CII.\%('t RY i i W D .OAW OX. SR
    ;.Mses'sments. a "raised, used most;. iha says it youngster is, "Those puppets can talk and three days before Christ i t was unhurt except for diseol-: woodland" he added. George Gordon j Keystone Height. Fla
    Thta makes thi countlea' and
    share 'minute's he is making 1-2n 4t l-in
    takes up about 10 of progress .
    say things the child using mas, but then fell off. -
    happeningthat ,
    go1'ttp f I Mdrgah explained ejcni i each Lesson' The child Is any 'significant cannot."
    t them
    t qua, '4hr i. ,per'cent they teacher hks. occurreU..,during they I One service station Shu- I <
    pay taught to imitate the .
    .'J Iz.'I: ,,' .. .. .. I As one mother put it. "Bha I Ij ford's Standard Station on II I \ ''f !
    r $* :i i From Starke's Only Franchised Chevrolet Dealer
    : maxes everything seen; like the. corner of Madison and : ,:
    j fun." Walnut Streets, reported that I :: .... "

    V I Mrs. Walsh lives at. 316 N. business picked up about a i Ii "r iW\ :-t;:/..

    week, before' Christmas."On I
    ; **; Sinclair Street In Starke with
    IT'S the whole business was
    ILLEGALM 1 I her husband John who is employed a. little better than last year

    I : at the hydrocarbonsplant Sid Shuford, owner of the 1 *

    :*' ;. .y '. at Brooker.. station, reported. o { :
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    -. \i 4 f y ; Person. Persons ttf Engageint : I I a rOO11" :

    ; i? .$;: $rMY or, Ii CHEVROLE'T": Inc.

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    \WI-;R' ',:..1-, .r., .':-\ :X"'. !.'',...(,\.' '1. c rheNaine: I Is Registered d dt. ;I':. .; GROCERY & MARKETHalf ON DISPLAY FOR J.IMMEDIA _

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    I) ?2I .,1.1 .,;1..'. 1"- ,I ; ,. Mile North Of City Limits-U. S. 301 __
    :; ; .. /- '''' : Tf.DELIVERY r,, s. \J7

    !i i.i .B't* #\: 1i; ";Y.. t "Read This Florida Law OPEN 7 DAYS-7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. L

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    1 J/r' ., 61 Chevrolet 1961 Falcon
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    I( r; :"it:' shall l{be unlawful fur M'defined. h ria, to -
    tny .per""D.Q persons : 29
    t" .:'.. It.J.-l.: .....,.,.' ".... ..,......;, .. Hog Jowl 1 LB. / Half Ton Pick-up Deluxe 2-Door Sedan. White Wall
    : Tl"i engage:: ...in business' .as, l herein' defined. I under' a. fictitious. name as herein. deinfiwlthout Cab .. Like New Condition. Tires, -. Standard Trans. ..

    .f\\ (and unless a said;!fictitious..name shall be registered with the Must See To Appreciate. Heater, Defroster.
    SMOKED Not Sliced
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    cleric, -;of th*.circuit t court of..the county.where the principal place of business i BACON In.Pieca -lb.- -. 35c I! WE TRADE HIGH

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    .-. .tf,' .with.registration: shall 9 nsUt,_of fUlnf;'with! the alert aforesaid an af., i SOUTHERN I ,

    *'" h"a'l: signed by all Interested persona, Kitting under oath the names of :I PEACHES-No. 2y2 cans -'4 for $1.00 I1 '60 Chevrolet !IF 1957 OLDS

    aD.theae,, Uterested.in the business. enterprise. the. extent' of the in- ; COMSTOCK I -
    .v 'r -' : PUMPKIN PIE Filling can 16c Apache -- Half Ton Pick-up Beautiful Blue And White -

    i'\ tarts of-ewh, and the fictitious name under which said bin IB carried -- Like New Condition. All Power
    Limit 2-Please i I

    i .',.. Said regisftatlott >may not he.made until,the.person_ wr peitoES del itlnx ; FAB Reg. Size - ,29cVGETOLE'

    : ,j titp. > 1ft.business. urnier a fictitious. name thsB hire. 'etifejrtlsed. kip cr ; > to '
    Corvet 1956 Cadillac '59 Chevrolet
    :'' .1 !JtleaU(')t ou}16 renter said flcUtiocs naae atl..I i week for four' i! SHORTENING 3 Ibs. .' 59c 1963
    . Come In And See .
    > \ \ -' ; Fully Equipped, In.1sOneBeauti Biscayne
    : r.l.l'i'.k:: tltc'\ .1n .is 4eflftW iSy 1 lt.:tett' .roatb' : MILK3.ta11: cam .. ;- .; 39 Volkswagen. Th
    f ,> i.. f WOTW'nhsre er, ''It '- ( ; eluding factory air.k: 4.Door Sedan AVlth
    (. l 'f-tr: i S.-I.. II \ CampingEquipment ful Condition -
    '. 5 U l ,reilitmUcm i 'Lj to 'W't :made, an*'teH t mktndU ""H t to SUNNYQmt\!1 i Low Down Payt. This One You Must Nice ''Car At ALong

    . ,J;' :4. ,* vv; > itcctied Term Finance Seel! Low, Low Prke.
    y bucket t39'
    LARD $
    PURE lb. $ :
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    .(, b/"the clerk .of the. circuit. .co. n b u.retil. ;proof, of -=-
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    ; tE;t J' n. '. -5 S :,tt I l..L. \ Beautiful Bronze and White "

    : : : ;,fii,,v.v k't, L DJ',5. iiiW sfne&1 .r. any i name : BEAtoN BLEACH. quaazt 13c Standard Transmission! Radio& VISIT 11. -' UR.. '

    1 i$" ,. 't',\! .r..L ." :'.-:...' *.'.! ::4'>, :f 1A'... '# ".. ;- -' I. I MAYONNAISE' < -gdaiE ',..'.., = -:' 49c' Heater White Wall Tire 1

    f '. thU -JUiif-6Wit.II dhaven dt1naiiie t SLi f DANPYGRITS I; LOW DOWN PAYMENT. "

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    i ::' .' : _.. ': ." "" 5 LBS. .. I: EASY BANK FINANCES, 'SERVICE
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    4', !f_ *f '* ,. ,,' ." V*fefislcred.f4fr t* we. J. .ue : HOMEMEAL' } I. ;. I -' : EPARTMEfttAH '

    : J :: :' ;pJt: : vtaw ltqir all*M necessary' \ .1nt' ..A .r S'.iq ; ROYAL |.r, ., '.:.. .._ -, .;.; 5 S.'-LBS.... ,:.- ; a '58 Ford Fairlane 500White "

    , ::5 '. 1 ittrb s di;"' .l .. ; : : LONG GRAIN.. RICE 5 Ibs. ,.' 59c !; Wall Tires. Two-Tone .WE { Rvi E .
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    ; ). 4RAFORDjt !. SLICED PINEAPPLENo. 2can25c Makes ,& } leTs
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    td a n I Ceystone Gridders Named ,:: Sundown Mixed Griff far was high rRBn'fortha]; .... TATRS. ,. "Y 1: 1a1iqrdln

    I ..,w : a, ,,r 1. A nn .. i .. .. .. .. winners' with".178 game.sw .Cltftori" .." to 8ook,;. tt's'm\iir ortl}t t'n4'lO\ID1'la: ; of '

    l % iit I. Bowling Results Grlffis'wes"Righ rg';the losen I', 'th. pabfif', o id'j", t'Bta4.;
    r 'e Js with 170.. ,for4 '.COII t4a.
    a. "
    Four Are Given .. .." .It public.! sil ; -the 1! & **t and'
    x nw Tornadoes Given Team.. .. Stand n P..,.(, .., best Bidder for,eisA'tithe-fTOnt
    .,r n......'...1.\.4."... 4 u..jo.>;.Ihe6il: +t'dtAt Ce3ntlEonr.
    ., Carp's Dept. Store took 4 \ ; : ;;? ad : J;lle, Flotld&ion
    Wl fhY points from Simpson Taxi Falcons ------- 11 'S: j ea:xit4Gnt; :" .a '%:00 P.
    t .n. 3'd Titans -i---, 10 6 M., on'the lUH''day; b't;'JUllar",
    in the Sundown Mixed League : '
    'l Polaris _______ 9 'Z 1963.CHARLES'
    Q 4 All 1 Conference Honors and Harry Lovell was A. DARBY Clerk
    F "'k,:. si' :3i SIdewinders _.;.__ 9 7 By Marian Crosby, ,
    =.3 e r .. high for the night with a 586 Deputy Clerk
    ( ve Nike ____.. 7 9 "
    ._,, "1jr (., "lJ series and a high game of 232. :- 11.-: It
    s : ; ,} I Vikings ___.;;...___ .2 U ". -' rr_
    Bradford Tor for
    Four High Claude Hardee was high '
    The Ladies Golf Associationmet LEGAL :NOTICE
    nado gridders, tackles Jack
    k Simpson. ,
    1 CONGREGATIONAL J. Mark.li. Wke am. not re-
    Thursday Dec. 20 for McComb and Jimmy Smith M & R Motors is trying hardto ap9DJibleori any 'debts mad

    ,, detxA their regular meeting. The end Kenny Terrell and quarterback ,' .a, get from the bottom, as HOLINESS CHURCH except' to'Ir17"'a those made''by., m<- '
    lounge was decorated for the Bill Jackson have took 4 points from For- 2H 1 .
    : they North 301.. 'mie, out of
    >. .:.mss .
    holiday season by Kay Lyon been named to the 1962 Key- ? syth Plumbing. Bill Rosser town on left of the ,road. IN to 'COVNTT' : L'DCT'S COt'RT, ,

    1 C t and Virginia Shannon. They stone All-Conference squad. "' I was high for M & R, and John Your.' People's M etml. liY A ifrD:' 'F-Oft" IIIl7tD'ORD. _

    and Lillian the buffet.Bishop The also tables pre- The all-circuit team is com- : Forsyth was high for the Friday; '7:30 p. a. Sunday!;' r tD COt11U'"r'n.:' .,rJAJlnD.. i,, ;. t

    pared posed this year of eight backs:: i r :" plumbers. SchOOl 10 i.i2il: : t3undxy"N1g lit BiWte'ofTred.Carlton" ,
    decorated with Christmas deceased ,,. .
    were -
    i and miniature and 14 linemen. Starke, Live Tp: Register Oil Co. took 3 Worship... P. m Evcryona NOTICE ,TO CREDrTOBBAll
    place mats Oak and Fernandina Beach, i points from Buff's Garage cordially invited to. attend-' creditor 'of the estate of
    greens. The buffet table had t' ,..I Fled Carltouv; deceased, are
    dominated the squad with .
    r blinking lights on red and with Neoma Nelson leading RPY. Carl Edmondson; &Stor.Tllfl .hereDyaotiflcd' :.and required to'
    four players each. with a series of 460. Vernon : file &ll'! claims or demand.
    white decorations. Everythingwas isr ciRcrrr. cotRT< or which' KtU d> haY aralnst yali
    s so pretty and the food Both of the Tornadoes Buff had high series for FLORIDA EIGHTH niDl> .estate:in ,the r ttojt/ ** t p*,tfc la.
    i I starting tackles made the t Buff's Garage. I CIAL CIRCUIT IJf AND FOR t! i n as e. ot'.Bra'Sfpid County,
    $ '
    was so good.It BRADFORD COC.\1'Y. fLOlUIDA. to the I courthouse ,at
    was decided during the honored list, and all four of : Pjrofax Gas took 3 points IX CHAXCERY.. Wf>. ISf. Stat.kef; TJorlda. ; .wIt h In MX oa.1eftd -
    business meeting that' the As the Starke players named are ,. .iJ from Long Bridge led by I 185. V ttiBthl! ,the date *f

    would the seniors. Smith, a 180 pounder Frank Jarvis with high series Federal National the first Duplication of thiano.
    sociation provide of 463. Cross had high Mortgage Association tlce( :'Eeh, claim;: demand must
    r,1 fi money for the dimmer switchto played left tackle> on offense Henry A Corporation under .. Sot l la. .writing; ;und must *\ttptbe
    series for Long Bridge with a the Laws of the United"States ; placebr rtsldence and post
    be used in the lounge in the and right on defense. He was ,, of America* office address "ot tae .laimanl\

    9 --. -- ,new club house. Also we de- also named to the Gainesville i M 507.D Plaintiff.. SSorttaef,, ,.iBl>,pinst:..Oeftvora; to by' .the
    in our treas- Daily Sun's All-Area grid ,. & W Auto Supply took vs. "Foreclosure. -slatm4pk'.hlt anent; or Kit. at. !
    cided the
    The Tornadoes' tall ((6'4") Junior center John Williams money ,Aff Dennis M. Szabo and :wlll- picatae, voidaccording

    I leaps high and towers above everything but the telling as he ury would be used for the ladies squad this year and last. ,,3 points from S. S. Noegel Rita D. Szabo, his..wlfDefendant. ., 'tr+rnvr.'etit',.,.,,..:.J.a.v. ..,.'. .
    After the j Auto Sales. Joyce Ward was ,, U'Ib ttM.. --
    locker room. e .tn"MARVIN
    buckets a long jump shot in Starke's MSSdn: over Haw- McComb went at right tac- 'I I NOTICE OF SALE '. '.F."RA EN.' ,
    meeting we adjourned to the kle offense but switched to '- ------- | high for D & W with a series Notice1 is hereby, gJve.n\ thUpursuant .Estate of
    thorne last Friday night to enter the finals of the first annual on I Fatetntox: 'ot'tpe: \
    house to IC.Tackl ; of 471. Rudolph Hutchesonwas ..to'a P nal !Decree totforeelosure degeakd.
    club see improve- Frid.'Cartroa'
    right linebacker on defense. Jim : !
    Christmas Tournament here. The Tornadoes went on Saturday :1 entered In'' ciuse.
    1 ments. It surely is pretty.A Besides gaining all-conference 1 AU-Conlerence high for Noegel with a numbered :13:465'i* ,fife CircuitCourt Flrat.Mb.tk&t1'n' ..gr'Dirceta. '
    ; All-Area :
    to Live Oak 46-39 to win Photo i '
    whip the tourney ( by
    Flor* t S4\.i.-1I1 .
    479.Team .
    is being series of
    special meeting {
    honors this he also ; 1'1ER E
    season was 1'H b JUs'.k :
    I' ,its "
    Richard filler) j ida, I will ee1J..thQ property
    planned for January. More given honorable mention on bench with a'' sprained ankle 1 Standings uated In'Bra tord.Cotihtr.-Florr+ 'A'A'Uot'rtatsjlat,1.!? + r.E@S :
    .da, described, as: ? ;30 .;," ort_ Temple 'Ave.8tarkh
    about this later.Everything the Sun's All-Area team, and against P. K. Ydnge: Won Lost '1b1'orida --<
    I a
    Christmas .Block" Two ;
    Tourney Lot Four
    sure is brown was cited as the most improved son to play lin back this"sea-1 I =, ,, D&W Auto. . 16 8 ((2), KEYSfONE CLUBje$4: : 1,:, ,'.tt : J'h.X .. 'f"'t''J.:

    and dead looking on the golf player on the Tornado first time in his.\life.- 'BHS I Carp's . . -15- 8j '; : A. .. ., ,.. .'. .

    course. It didn't hurt my came team this season. He began coaches credit', his ,-play hat j Noegel Auto . 15 9 I.I I. +r ,f

    a Tornadoes Win any however. I played as bad- the season at guard to fill a night with. having a large i Register Oil.- 14 10 &lII l1No.1

    ly as ever. Huh, Norman? . 10
    I hole there then was moved part in the Tornadoes' come-' t 'Buff's Garage. 14

    Happy Holidays! back to tackle and finally was from-behind win.. "'., j Pyrofax Gas . 12 12
    --Carolyn E. Eaves "', Plumbing. 11 13
    s: I Forsyth
    used:: as a linebacker when Terrell was a starting, end V
    j . 8 16I
    i all season, playing the right Long
    Own Meet *
    ) Cage captain- Marty- Starling- was side on offense and left on 1 I I Simpson Taxi . 8 16 '. '

    . 17 TV _
    injured. defense and was the team's t I M&R Motors. 7 '
    1 riod the Tornadoes led 50-22 >,
    McComb came off theM favorite pass receiver. He I
    Starke's M & M combine handling and dribbling, addedto for a 28 point margin and the ,
    tion of Chuck Moore and Bob- more free throws and tall second team increased that bya J''J' was also named to. the second 3s y I Falcons Take VALUE

    by Moody led their Tornado Ernest Jenkins ended it all point in the final period to <.:.'f.!,;'J..," All-Area Sun team this' of the Gainesville .i m \First Place In

    teammates over Live Oak 46- when he sank two mo e' gift 29. John Williams led Starke's i !? ; seas n. DelnxtCompost .
    ;i ii I End Ken Terrell ,
    39 Saturday night to the chances. with two seconds to scoring with 18, Moore followed Jackson was the main cog All-Conference Blanding BowlingThe -
    championship of the first an- with 9 and Jenkins had :8 4Y in the Tornadoes' offensive Sttlwg

    nual Bradford County Christmas go.Coach Land dripping wet while Billy Dowling and Richard machinery this season with Second Team All-Area Falcons moved into first r v .

    a, Invitational Basketball after a dunking in the.shower, Hobbs had 6 each. ad his skillful execution of the M- -- place in the Blanding Bowling 19" l fDHABU l ., ..

    Tournament. clothes and all, said of'Moore. Ronald Smith,was high for w .. option play and his elusive .: League last Thursday after ;

    St. Augustine won the con- "What would we have dons Hawthorne with 14 and Gene running. His passing improved :s winning four points from the '

    / solation game ana third place without him? He was out- Burback and Bill Witt had 6 f"r s 'd S, with experience ahd was it I' Vikings. WI NKL E R&tj ii !teAric1
    for ,
    in the tourney with a 76-32 standing all the way.": each. ; '. enough of a threat.to worry *< ss4 I' Warren Ebling was hign .. ,
    % t o ; his opponents = ti the winners with a game of .-;"" ._._ t"i.\ .,\. 1-.n, '1.:- Ii
    every' '
    j victory over Hawthorne in the Moody: did a good job of Saturday Statistics I g ; game. r .11. 'f'4. J 't' -'

    preliminary contest.In ball handling too" the happy; v : Jackson was also"named,to theSun's 9_ Y. ; 193, and a series of 501. Town- .A qQo 'SItiLE- C' 'IO01: p !f : ,
    ; .
    STARKE Jenkins, 1-5-7; I a w 9rea'team. send Strickland was high for ... .., .. ; ,
    second 'All-
    H Friday's elimination contests coach added.: < ;,i..1 tT r ;

    t / Live Oak whipped St After Moore's 19 points f Bishop Williams, 4-0-3 2-3-7; ;Moore Hobbs 8-3-191 1-1-3;; : Stars selected. from other ,., i a. : the In losers the other with a game, the of Sidewinders 174. 234,N. Tem. p leA j e.,. :". ,''.'.', :F P,. li. F 1l S4 i b1' :
    a games .
    Augustine 74-59 and Stark? came junior Harold Bishop Moody 022. Totals 16-14-46.: ,xy schools a ere. t I took 3 points and lost fSE: \:ICE:r E'l i i : :d I 1't f

    stopped Hawthorne 64-35 to with 8 for Starke.while Ernest LIVE OAK-R. Williams 3- .t, Live OakMUtSumrell,'Del $ .1 : ... Y" .. -VAv.ft, : \.',v '
    gain the finals. 1 the Titans. George I II' M* MM MBMM MW b MH* MMMM MM. .hBMMMMBM.. plMMM .
    Williams t against .* 1 "
    Jenkins John Williams Bebo' \Bispham :
    and ,- and .I
    2-8; Strickland. 6-1-13; Poole \ X z 215 .J- > ft'J: ': a i"v T ,,

    :; everyone The Tornadoes except perhaps surprised each had ?.Ronald Strickland 5-0-10; Dees 3-0-6; Brown 4 "" Wilton .Di- e.. .. .. {. .I' Winkler with a series had a of game 556 for of the, I 'Our TelepKone t ''Numberiin. < :; th :'VIHqiw( Pl l.ftfiOaf.'; :

    led for Live Oak with 13, 1-0-2 0-0-0 Flood 0- y Fernandina Beach Vennis x + ck
    It ; Kirby ; Harold hoc T et e iphon 1e Bo k 'is Listed a Wt41J l tP.Chi
    themselves in the championship + Sidewinders. Epps : ,
    James Poole followed,with: 10, 0-0 J. 000. Totals rta Pipkin John Barniak s, .
    Williams Clay
    ; amber.
    of 205 for the Titans. Regular I Se'' ? Cbrai "I ff ;
    game Saturday by Jump- a game fol't f .
    Ronald Williams 'had 8, and 18-3.39. ton,Tippins, aridJerry.JCightMacclenny : :;,. The Nike team won 3 points f '. .t .
    ing off to 13.9 first quarter
    Robert Dees 6. .
    and 26-19 halftime leads. B] In the consolation Score by Quarters: = ,Et e Tom Hanley .x ,. while losing 1 to Polaris. Ray. _.'F. .. '." .. < '.l'' :il' /', .. ..'l.t .
    game Starke 13 13 8 12 46 'Rhoden.; and' Bobby -, ,a
    the end of the third period Guy Batsel led the Yellow 'V r ..,.. -kk Oil r X ,
    from Live Oak 9 10 14 6 39 ..y Hancock ; ,. ; S ;' -
    the Bulldogs Suwannee ;
    Jackets to victory with.. 20 of r ...y r r, rj
    County had narrowed it downto his team's. 78 points Leonard ST. AUGUSTINE- Pellicer r P. K. Yonge- :'}Lamar. Rich 'f ;

    a 33-34 margin. They had Pellicer had 14, Jim Fjint 12. 7-0-14; Bergman 2-0-4; Bat- ardson. 1 d :.,a ., _. :t

    tied the. score at 31-31-all and BilTBryan 10. Gene Bur- sel, 8-4-20; R. Fant 0-0-0; Quarterback Bill Jackson Santa Fe Kenny.-Thomasand Tackle Jack McComb\

    I earlier in. the third quarter back led Hawthorne with 7 Bryan 4-2-10Slicker; 0-0-0; All-Conference Ronnie demons.. All-Conference 'to. '- .._ .' '
    I Brown 4-1-9; Gray 3-0-6; J. f ,, Ir
    but were forced to relinquishthe I tallies Bill Witt: had 6; while Second Team All-Area Honorable Mention All-Are > \ ".
    lead. Andrew Blackwell and RonaldSmith 1. Font, 6-0-12; Williams, 011. Green CoveLewi. ;Hodge. i 20 Words or less, one time .-.r..4,5 j( fl_I. :..' -.Ik .

    But as the fourth period got had 4 each.Frida I.I i Totals HAWTHORNEWitt 34-8-75. 3- -I: If not paid in advance .._...-_ > ..Ca U, ,l ', ; }.a .;,.: ,;..

    under way the Cogs' Ronald Y'd GamesIn Keyed or Blind Ads ---- -..__. 4' O oe ,a '." ._" '. ':
    0-6; Robinson 1-0-2; Adams Ha'i&l.
    Williams evened the score at the opening game of the! .: 1-1-3; Buyback 3-1-7; Bonds I i Each additional word over 20 .._...._.,. .01 .bplti', id4. :-=.,-:::;A 'W?. t

    35 all when he sank two free tournament Friday night 0-0-0 2-0-4 Smith .. .. i ,.' _. ,,, ,. ,": ,,,,, ," i :... .. .. .. .,
    Blackwell ; .
    throws. Starke's Moore, who. ; '' i INSURANCE ,. ,. ,.. b.-,
    led scoring for the with I Live Oak took a quick lead 2-0-4; Baker 0-0-0; Beck- ._ ,.. .. .q. '---.- .. ,. ---- .. . :.. AT REDUCED RATES I s ',
    game :
    via the sharp shooting of center 0-2-2 : .
    ham 1.0-2; Gilland ; AUTO FIRE BOAT md
    '19 points came back with a 'Ronald Strickland and remained Bender, 1-0-2. Totals 14-4-32 4 TO THE SMITH-CORONA DOYLE E. CONNER r : ,
    flurry of six points to keep in the lead at the end 1 INSURANCE AGENCY I .it; ";. "iI
    Score By Quarters: .; ,
    the Tornadoes in the game. of the first quarter 20-15, Phone 961-4501 I J
    24' 76
    St. Aug. 16 16 20 .. lCtfil1l a
    Moore first sank a free Strickland poured 13 of the Hawthorne 8 14 8 2 32 ___ tfchg :u ;:

    throw to the at 35 the for Read The JOassffie&t f J uu.'IBri'
    even score 20 points through hoop Friday's Statistics LISTINGS WANTED All .'

    all and then dumped in tW'11 Live Oak. LIVE OAKJ.. Williams types Strout Realty. P.. O. IF YOUR NAME' ,' 18 ..
    Box 307. Starke. Phone 468- '
    more points on a rebound The Yellow Jacket's Guy 4-0-8; Flood, 1-6-6; R. Williams 1766. tf chg FOUND' AMONG < .m : -
    shot to put the Tornadoes ahead 'I Bastel sank 10 toStrickland's ,- f" t.i
    points 5-4-14; Strickland 7- CLASSIFIED ADS; ,CALt, ."., ..:: ..a.. '" .
    37-35 with 7:21: to go in 2 the second FOR SALE r
    in 4-1- b
    6-20; Law 2-2-6; Dees AT THE TELEGRAPH PAUtTKA' :tA..l*-.lilii
    the gal But Live Oak'sJames mix concrete '
    e. period however but the Bull 9; Poole 3-3-9. Totals 26-22- Ready concrete ;' mw4hM. r
    Poole came- right back block piers fence posts sand OFFICE FOR A .FREE .
    Dogs widened their margin by .
    kas:,woo* SHAILZB! ;
    with two, field goals to put three points and took a half- 74.ST.. AUGUSTINE Bastel, cement mortar mix,rock steel TICKET TO THE FJARJ. ; ,:
    the Bull Dogs in front again time lead of 3830. The Jac 15-6-36; Bryari, 2-1-5; Brown 1\\ oyster shell limer k, and roof I' ,.. t
    3937'Uh t 5:55: to go. kets managed to, pull within 31.7; Fart 2.0-5; Pellicer, ,' gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfcfcj DA THEATRE., t ", I "' :'R..L.:MorginFOB .

    It took Moore only 38 sec- two points twice in the sec- 2-1-5; Reese 1-0-2! Totals Bradford Engineering Co. -w--. REST.' ==Small: furnlh,
    onds to Starke in front :
    put ond quarter but fell prey to SALE fairtment. .
    25959. Richard St. John FOR ed';,> Utilities furnished
    again, though as he sank a floor errors in both instances.The '
    Score by Quarters: 6y OwnerIn ISO. per''Dio.) 137 Laftr*
    15 foot jump shot to tie the second half was Live J; Live Oak 20 18 17 19 74 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH TRAILER MART ette'1 at. .Phoijt'S64.-5M1. after
    at 3939. Just after he .. Representing 8 Manufacturers I Pinehurst SubdiVkion f 4vm 'f "
    game Oak's ball game all the way j St. Aug 15 15 20 9 59 : ttcha.
    made the basket Moore was! ; as low as 385.00 down!! Concrete Block Home 3 .
    but Batsel continued to bombard HAWTHORNE Witt 1- ,!;,; ? 'WE D0NT

    I fouled when a Bull Dog player the basket for the Yel- i I 4-6; Robinson 0-1-1; Bur- i on for New anything.53 x 10 7 wide.years We financ trade I I Bedrooms &: Florida'Room, 11qtr; 'i*: fieJp> /oti bu r.

    ran into him... With.. a .one.andone low Jackets scoring an addi'back I : 3:0:6.; Baker, 0-2-2, SEETHE ing with low payments. HYWYNo. Carport &' Utfflty .Rooi: i ler'tlnlt, fie1rwf >

    \ nee throw situation tional 20 points for a game I Smith. 6-2-14;; _; umana, i-u-2;; 17. East Palatka dial 328- F. H. A., Approted ,r: id. l f wld'.ll..

    Moore calmly stepped to the total of 36. In spite of Batsel'3 $ender, 1-2-4. Totals 121135. 1050 or 3252048. Uchi.I Small Down'J PAyrieflt.Phone bUt: :'

    1 line, and sank first one and touch, however, St. Augustinewas STARKE Jenkins 3-2-8, k
    theother and the Tornadoesled FREE RENT To lady or 964-3544< .
    I t!
    relatively easy'prey for Bishop 1-1-3; Dowling. 3-0- ;
    41-39 never to go behind NEW i couple to share my home. Stella 717 W. Cypress. ,Street i': lml: 6 tj
    the;Bull Dogs. Strickland was 6; Moore 2-0-4; Kouba 3.0- I Rhoden. 4% miles out Rai- >> ,

    again. high1' for .Live Oak with 20 6; Williams 8-2-18; Hobbs ., I ford Rd. Rt. 2 Box 72 Starke.I. Starke'F14. ..;.,. .. \ q.."i, :. :. '. J1'; 1 y .
    < -
    'Coach Erwin Land's chargres points followed by Ronald 3-0-6; Cole, 1-0-2; Moody Phone 964-3031. 3tp 12-27 "'" .. ; .. .J ,. r'4C.r.9ft. k-

    put_on the,freeze then, and. Williams. r with :14.In 2-0-4; Strickland, 1-0-2 Totals FOR SALE Ford '58 Ran-. Gerald'Crosby. -' .._, Jtmi 'F l ttlovtl ;' %

    it was strictly a story of the tbe./aecond game, Starke 28864. chero truck. Clean good conI BEWARE of' -- 11.'b1' 1.l '; CtQt aS:;t 'oal7tdtlpltt
    'q .bu"Ying > '
    Bull Dogs trying to get the romped over;ithe.hapless..Hornets Score by Quarters: r I dition. See at 386 W. Weldon cyclopedia beforeT; :'you' :#: .R4ttmMt"Wltb.artee.ned'- ;)
    ball and sustaining fouls in 64 : phone 964-6932. 12-26 : ?! D1n'f ': ;a :; lborlloodndiv''Bil
    from Hawthorne to the Starke. 10 15 25 14 or 4tp WORLD BOOfcfiairoT: wrlfe-, ', J .
    the process. Richard Hobbs tune of 6435. In winning their Hawthn. 4 4 14 13 35 I M. A. PAYNE,.yourlocallrepiresentative > ,, t lpts, CaU.q >
    who had replaced Harold Bis- WANTED Coon or Otter ..9fi4- i .. .. 'ttebsKAita
    second game of the season over since.1956,,Boz.6Wphone 0 -- "
    hop to aid the ball I hides. Davis Brothers, Pecan 964 ., Maude" 1
    handling the Hornets, the Tornadoes Hide and Fur Dealers, U-S. 90. >3794. tfchg Hess ,

    game, was first fouled and he took a 10-4 first period lead CHURCH OF GOD bl emIngt..M West Macclenny Fla. P.O. Box YOUR OLD WATCH FOR REIfT=1 bedroom trail

    sank his! shot. Bobby Moody, I and had( increased it to 25-8 422 N. St. Clair St. _rb new port bt;_ I 213. phone Alpine 9-4791 orAL make the.down payment o? a er. 'Westmoreland> frailerPart. .

    brilliant the entire second beautiful > Bolota Phone 989-S1S1. UchfFOE
    by halftime.By i 97835. 4tp 12-27 nnr ai
    : i _._ .
    half Sunday School 10 a.m. I TVV TM
    with his aggressive ball the end of the third pe- : Come. in and tItlIolldaJJ J 4.UI' Dose.' RENT -- Adult oal9s
    11 WISH TO GIVE AWAY 18 tfenc
    Morning Worship. a. m Tint class apartment Living'

    j mm Evening Service, 7:30: pjn. Y- modi Quality ana easy typing. and 1 month old Shepherd and chow FOR RENT Furnished i- .room, 'bedr omr.1tath and Wtchenette. -
    ; i dog mixed. Has been operated -
    I Smith Corona and PE each Wednesday, 7:30: p. 1 partments. 1 2 bedrooms, No pets. please 121

    Remi !,ton '. m. Prayer Meeting, Friday, .._ ducd design can be yoursforroniy i all on.shots.No Telephone puppies 964-3043.alsQ had we pay light 'and water Contact 'N. Church St 2tp lS-37
    431.Cepcer St or Bulllni-
    7:30: p.m. L. S. Williams, Itp ton A 1iancea. Phone Day A ATKINS ROUTE in this

    pastor. ty tuiutkn Remtnctanwraparound" I' 9646551. Night area la open for,6effi-retlrtd,
    PORTABLE -protects precision styling typing FOR SALE Simmons place, 8S471P1.tf ehg man, 'or udy. Man>; semi-retired -.
    BMChanismI 715 South Westmoreland] St. people'are earning 50.00
    ; SCHEDLUE Ib mR toObWnm I Priced for quick sale. Owner COLONIAL FLORIST> to $100 per week depending pa I

    CHURCH $ easel leaving town. For information Only P. T. D. FSorixt$t a.Starte, time' devoted to the business.
    Sunday School 10 a. n. $4995 f. Fre. typing course and contact Williams Jewelers.
    TYPEWRITERS f Jiart with every machine! flowers wired any pJ.e! ..Rowers Maybe ,jou eaa paalify.personal for
    Morning Worship 11 a. HI. TAX tfchg. intervlev in your afrea
    for an occasions JaeaUt
    Training Union 6 p. m. ,write J. H.McOarity! Wllltston -
    10 ACRES LAND at city limit. Phone Hl- 291.IN laSt ill
    .. Florida. 3t char 1-1.
    Evening Service 7 pjn. Prayer t" fI ..
    Ideal to build on. Sell wholeor St tfefesPEYTON '

    e meeting Wednesday 7 p. -:''"''....'1' part Phone 964-246S tfchg BO.8b.nNOW for: 4ni1:

    \ 7LOSST erentni classes.: Mail jotarCBGTK

    / SOLD ON BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH BRADFORD CJUNTY)U TELEGRAPH I FOR unfurnished' RENT apartments.Furnished Also arid lit' THOHP03f tTr cca.: Braver selartioni lOp to starke/l I> H. Oft$$? 1

    Sunday School 10 -a. m.; unfurnished 2 or 3 bedroom '?Id0 1B.K4-4WS j ,fee per course,vlfegro idnttj6ontact1
    houses. Reasonable rent.W.H.Nollman. tot='Tiiona' >kinl. RJ
    1 .
    Easy i n s, Morning Worship 11 a. m. I Starke. tfcnz NIGHT- 4-IM1 *..im E. School y tlehf

    7:30 pja. KCY. R. T. WU- DISTINCTITE ILOWE33W -
    j SEVERAL OPENINGS in Kindergarten BALED HAY for Sale. V; ,R:
    I Evenlng Worship 7:00
    BRADFORD COUNTY I p.m. Wire FUvoB A rw rtfcfcj
    TELEGRAPH 1 If.: 1963. Can Mama Ferguson, phone 984557),
    .liams, pastor. -1 i Priest 9649374. 3t ehg 1-10 -ch-.1-11



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    I could guess what it was. I
    knew my dear brother Charlie WITH YOUR JYYYYYYYYYYYYTTTTYYYY ma Higginbotham, and Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Billy torney J. C. Sapp P. 0. Box 441. cutlve weeks in the BRADFORD
    Daisy Starling went to Palatka Green Cove Springs, Florida and COUNTY
    had_pass d away. He and his COUNTY AGENT Finley. file the original in the office of TELEGRAPH.
    LtryPlll GRAHAMBy last week to bring Lamar: 1 Mr. and Mrs. Dated this 10th day of December -
    wife Donald
    were going to Californiafor Futch Addison the Clerk of the Circuit Courton 1962.CHARLES.
    it home for the holidays.
    I Christmas with their son Church Activities children and Mrs. Bell or before the 14th day of A. DARBY
    and to see an old college friend Richard Cain Addison, of Jacksonville, were January, 1963; otherwise the allegations Clerk of the Circuit Co&rt
    and spend'the winter The Christmas program. was the Tuesday guests of Mr. and of said Complaint will By: Marlin L. Crosby
    at Des & & .. _ft _.ftft___ __ "L _L_ n
    AAAAAAA'u Q j1C41. success wan aooui; zuu Mrs. Tompkins.G. be taken as confessed by yon. Deputy Clerk
    ert Springs. He 24
    was -
    'wqessMohrPONCA. drivingout V present to enjoy it. A carol This notice' shall.beTnitlishedonce (SEAL)
    and taking time to enjoy Annual Christmas Play- B. Reddish spent several each week for four cons*. 12-13 4t 1.3
    = NEBRF= = sing was enjoyed by about 20
    the trip. At Needles he had & !& Pageant Given of our .days. -in.. Raiford this week with -
    heart attack and lived a little The Graham Baptist' young people Saturday ms latner, Raiford Reddish.Mr. .

    : Wherein the vintery daysI We are loved. while, then died. Ire was 72, VV V Church Church held it's an- night.ed :Many homes were visit- Reddish returned to Jacksonville VIe take this
    and I know all
    passazlnadreamImakeready -Elaine V. Emans. and enjoying life so much. H2 : nual Christmas play Satur- enjoyed with his son for the

    for Christmas, my Yes, I repeat, "Bless the was a tall, slender, handsomeman IkT day night, Dec. 22 at 7:30 hearing much these young people holidays. n t! means of expressing .
    sing as as did when
    brother passes away, and I Christmas cards." I mus with a shock of wavy grey o'clock at the church, witha they came we house. Bruce, Randy, and Mason 963: ,
    by our We .
    I sorrow again. have close to 200 now and paid. He had plenty to live on record number of people attending are of Mikell] of Lake City spent Sun- our appreciation -
    proud our
    Bless you. greetings of the every one I have enjoyed this and travel. He wanted me to the affair.A young people, day night with their grand-
    to take
    Season year more than in past years. go home with him when he visited ;'tit' three act play-pageant tunity to every thanks oppor- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl for your busi-
    express our
    Not so much for what you People have found me here in me in November. Remember .*p. entitled "ANGEL ON A for Dobbs.
    ----- effort
    I are: Indiana, in my little yellow ? Now he joins my Don. So STEPLADDER" was given by them.every put forth by Mrs. Donald Sapp, Mrs. Bell p ness during the

    ( Snow scene, holly, far-off house. They most all have life for us goes on as we lay the young people's''depart Sunday services were well McCormick, and Mr. and Mrs.

    hillside written notes along with the away our loved ones with a I U ment. The cast was as follows attended and much enjoyed.Our Elwood Tompkins were busi- past year. Our sincere

    I Spangled by a star, cards that have cheered my tear. I was so glad he was not By G. T. Hoggins I : Raymond Moody as goal for Sunday Schoolwas ness visitors in Lake City

    ) Not so much for what you heart. I have quite a few from killed in auto Robert Curist Thursday. Returning home,
    an accident.It II ; Shebia Prevattas 90, and we made it with i/' wish is that
    LI 1 wish us: Florida and everywhere from is cold here, snow on the Bradford County does not Mrs. Curist; Ruth Wright just 90 present. i they visited Mr. Crawford. : [

    Joy and health and peace California to Missouri.. and grounds and the wind blowing.] rank in population with counties -. as Linda, their daughter. Watch Night Services I r. __Rev._ n.Allen._"' __Price, and family. I aL;0 I" ,.".rJial i aln_
    unbroken, lots from Nebraska. I am so Sometimes I can see snow in I like Alachua, Suwannee, Leonard Moody as Donnie, Our annual Watch Night were ounuay amner guests of \Ju .AAAgI "VA.AIA& &"'AlA-

    ,: Radiant new year, thougn glad people care and remem- thealr.Itlstobezerotonlght.These 'and Madison, and neither do their 'son; Richard Cain as services will be held :Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs and will

    your message ber me at this lonely Christ. nights I do not go to we rank with them in acreageof Pastor John; and Linda Pre New Year's Eve. starting at family. tionship -continue -

    V Be sincerely spoken. mas time. bed until at least ten o'clock. tobacco grown.Fluecured vatt as Betty, a girl friendof 7:30 p.m. There will be sing- The many friends of Mrs.

    I Bless you most V, for being Yesterday I got a box, insured There is no one to say, "Let'sgo tobacco is important Linda. Others in the play ing, preaching, and refreshments Robert Taylor would like to throughout V

    .f able from my step-son anl to bed," so I watch the TV to us and is my subjectthis were Lamar Starling, Linda throughout the evening. express their heartfelt sympa-

    When old friends a world family, Don Jr. Mohr. It made or read some of the many week. Tobacco is North Starling, and Diana Starling. The public is cordially invited. thy upon the loss of her moth- 1963 and many, I

    4 removed. me so happy. I have not open- books I have to read. One more than $300,000 to us annually Others that had parts at I II I er.Mrs. f

    Sign and post you,*to con- ed it yet. I have a package night my TV would not workso flue-cured tobacco is different- times in the pro- I-_I"MI.pI .... ......__ Brooks Jones of Lake many years to

    vince us from my sister south of here I lay on the davenport all grown for making cigarettes, gram were Mary Frances City visited her sister-in-law,

    I _in i.i Decatur_ County_ and a card ready for bed. I was coveredup and cigarettes account for more Broughton, Tommy Barker, I Jl A J IDn} Mrs.- Mary Freeman, Satur- come
    ,....... .. WIW1 money from with than 80 Lefevers .1Uti..)'. .-
    ,t # my eldest Gabby under the per cent of all tobaccc J I Cathy Paye Dyal itrui 'JILLIIp : I

    sister in Florida. All under blanket, too. Ha! I was read- consumed in the U. S. Glenda Starling Lee Sparks, _..p_._. _r.._. The Entire Personnel '
    the tree. Yesterday whfcn ing "The Tall Woman." It Regardless of our opinion on Lou Ella Blevins Phyllis Fulton I At The TabernacleThe

    was Saturday I went at once was a good story, but I fell smoking cigarettes, the crop is Tommy Lefevers, and Joe Thornton, who is in the I OFf
    to have my hair washed and asleep. When I woke up it important to our economy. Barbara Jean Lefevers in the Army, is home on leave. He Yuletide season was observed

    set down the street. I came I was almost one o'clock and !Americans are smoking on an Graham Baptist Church'sown is going to be spending a few at the Gospel Taber-

    home, read the daily paper I my Christmas lights all on. average of 503 billion cigarettes version of "Happy Birth- days with his parents, Mr. and nacle with the singing of

    and was sitting and sort of The wind was blowing. a year. This is estimatedto day, Jesus." Mrs. Elmer Thornton.Mr. Christmas carols and ,special : I Jo 1'Mt&tifjJJ
    dreaming with be about The and Mrs. solo numbers during the week-
    Gabby on my HELPFUL HINTS. When 4,000 cigarettes per Young People of the Jack Cason of V
    lap, when I heard someone you have got all the Ivory or person of smoking age. Don't church would like to express Jacksonville spent the weekend end. On Christmas Eve, gifts \J 6.CHlMICAl tD.

    come in the sun porch. I keep Joy out of the plastic bottles know what was considered their thanks to Mrs. Tom with their parents. Mr. and were distributed from a manger -

    the door closed from the liv- that will squeeze, remove the smoking age" by persons. Lefevers and Mrs. Albert Mrs. Theodore Rosier and Mr. placed under a white

    ing room to the sun porch. I screw cap and will with hot compiling these figures, but Sparks for their help. The and Mrs. Joe Cason. Christmas tree decorated with -

    stepped to the door and open-. water and shake. It will fur never-the-less that's a lot of play-pageant was termed a Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Ben- golden bells.Visitors .

    ed it, and it was my near nish a lot more suds for dishes. cigarettes.Now big success by all who attend- nett of Jacksonville spent the during the week included -

    neighbor to the north. He hada Wash out the refrigerator is plant bed preparation weekend with Mrs. Bennett's some faculty members

    sack of candy and an apple. and then rinse with water and: time. In fact, if you are ed.Hamburger Fry parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill and students from colleges in

    He says "Here is your Christ- lemon juice. It will smell so growing plants the old way, The pastor of the Graham Sapp. Greenville N. C. and Chatta-

    mas treat." Ha! He says, "San- fresh. When bathing the dog under cheese cloth, it is late if Baptist Church, Rev. G. nooga, Tenn.,..and Mr.. and jrrS.RIm" .
    Car- .
    *-. --- Mrs. Leila- Smith Mrs T\Tn'TU .. .T.... T Vi.......". __.1 -t-ii-i___
    m was aown town, and Volun- I add baking soda to the water you are just starting. Last ter, was host to a hamburger I Darby and son, Pmd: *two Vt* of-A Apollo Beach.uu. 4UY Mrs.uuiuren Johns :VV.k V VV
    teer'Fireman gave the treat." and his hair: will shine. year over half our plant beds' fry which he gave to the ones grandchildren : .
    Danny and -
    ; I felt so glad, as if DATE were under plastic attending sang special vocal numbers V
    a child BREAD. One package cover, and the Christmas play Morris Ash, of 'Vr .rei- V
    Jacksonville, during the V
    again, and got a treat at dates. Cut up small. Add 1 that is what we are going tc Saturday night. Along with meetings. ,

    '. school. I peeped in the sack cup hot water and 1 teaspoon talk about now. Rev. Carter Tom Lefevers were Sunday guests of Mr. and NOTICE TO DEFEND V _ I

    3 and sure enough, it was old- soda. Stir good and set aside. When using clear plastic helped 'out with the cooking.' Mrs. E. W. Tompkins.Mr. IB Circuit Court, Bradford V fr V

    V V p fashioned candy like we used In a bowl put 1-2 cup sugar. cover, you will not seed the More than 50 'i people< were I' had and Mrs. Bill Browning coy County,,. Cue, Florida No. 13-181.: In Chan V. .1

    to get sugar and soft choc 1 tablespoon butter [cram bed till Jan. 15, or within a present for the event. I I as their Sunday guesttheir Robert F. Lee, Jr., '_. _V __ _
    olate a little peanut brittle, together], add one egg, well few days of that date. A good Personals son, Alton, of Jackson- Plaintiff, V V V V _

    : and hard candy red, green, beaten. Pour in the date and way to determine the seeding I. Visiting with Richard Cain ville. ; Pauline vs. Doris Lee.Defendant, ______
    and striped with flowers. M? water mixture and add at date i is to count back 60 days Sunday night was Robert Mr. and Mrs. Ray DeMille! ,

    heart glowed with joy. Such a least 2 cups flour and 1% from'"the date you like to set Cain of Gainesville.Mrs. and children of Philadelphia, NOTICE TO APPEARTo

    -- wonderful town I live in, to teaspoons baking power. Beat plants in the field. Wilma Starling and Pa. were Monday guests of : Pauline Doris Lee. whose V z1i4' _

    remember the widow. until smooth. Bake in a pan Under plastic cover, one- daughter 'Margie Ann, of Mrs. Gertrude Hart, Mrs. Joe residence Garden Avenue and address Erie, Pennsyl Is: 4060 ____

    I was still doting over my about 8x8 for 30 minutes in a third'"ounce of seed is sufficient: Gainesville were visiting with Cas 0 n, and grandmother vania.

    I treat, and being remembered, 350 oven or until done. Good I for r 100 square yards of bed. If Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones Dowling.Mrs. You suit for are Divorce hereby notified has been thata filed \

    V when again someone was on now for New Year.I you -do, a good job- of distrjburj! Saturdays: V I Ada Kelly spent Tues- against you In the above )
    the porch. This time it was went to church this morning 'Uon, a good stand can be had Mr. and Mrs. Billy Brough- day visiting Jacksonville. named Court and cause and you ....
    __ my son, Albert. Hewasina as usual. April came to with one-fourth ou- cc. When ton Gainesville were visit- Allen Finley of Daytona are required to serve a copy of
    your answer or pleading: to the
    happy mood and we talked. take me. Tomorrow night I you remember that there are ing, with"his;parents, Mr. and spent the holidays with his comDlaint on the Plaintiff's 'At- 7AV

    and finally he said, "I am afraid will go to my son's for Christ- more than 300,000 tobacco seed Mrs. Carl Broughton, Satur-

    _ I have bad news for you." mas Eve and Christmas Day.T per'ounce, and with good management day and Sunday. Li V II

    >UW_: T fool .anrui. .and....... .otn. ..."f YOU can easilv xnp"t. UT.L. ..TXT. 1:n4h.*... ..**/* I ,. /_ . .
    --- ---- uw 1 ---- --""""/ --rs5 w** -- iw. ""u tituJUA15 GUY
    h4Z. elJ) CALL FOR BIDS dizzy.I to 90 per cent germination daughters are visiting Mrs. U./, start your durvstfi _-the' .

    The Board ot County Commissioners have a plan in mind to you see you had better cut the Starling's in-laws, Mr. and V V AU
    Florida will of receive Bradford sealed County bids, attend college here in Indiana amount" of seed under pastic! M1; H. E. Starling, of Miami. n e way : of. us send you best wishes

    - Here's wishing of at January 10:00 o'clock on the morning next winter along with my cover. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff jO for the New Year. May
    8, 1963, in the you
    each of room, in the courthouse for court'fleet i I grandaughter, if she wants We have had good protection and Mrs. Albert Sparks were DRINK V
    you a '!!8Urance on all vehicles to I have from cold, and have had Gainesville
    owned go. written. As yet no last week visiting V prosper and have great happiness.FROM .
    Happy New Year. those i>y Bradford of the County Sheriff's, including Depart- it is a dream. Gabby is asleep loss from blue mold. This does i the Ratliff's daughterinlaw. (4! MIL
    ment and the Mosquito Control The sun shines and he sees not mean that plastic assures \

    I_ Program.BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED out the window a great big blue mold immunity. It does; Mr. and Mrs. Willie Strick ALL THE FOLKS AT THE

    1963 FOR: female English Bulldog. He mean that you will make few land of Fort McCoy were Call Mrs. Jack Eaves, Ph. 964-4241
    5010010| | Liability, Fire, Theft barkes er applications of fungicide. V
    at her. Ha! / visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl
    and Collision fSO.OO Ded.) for home delivery by Carlton's Dairy Starke
    Plants will have V Company
    _ J The vehicles are used in I just now had company. a better Jones Sunday.
    I 3DeWitt "A classed Bradford County, and would be .I Some young girls, wanting me root system, ana in a numberof Mrs. Thelma Dyal of
    as used within a 50 mile
    radius, with the exception of the to take a call from their Daddy test plots there his been an :Gainesville was visiting with
    vehicles -=-- -- --- I
    of the -- -
    Sheriff's Department who is away, a trucker and increase in tobacco yield. l 'her daughter and son-in-law,
    Additional information may be they long for him home.I Temperature will be the important Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sparks

    C. Jones obtained on vehicles by calling hope you all had a Happy item in rate of growth.In last Saturday.Mr. 'AREA DIREcToR
    the Clerk of Circuit
    The Board reserves the right Christmas.God a four year testing program, and Mrs. Tom Lefeversare Ii BUSINESS :
    Funeral Home to CHARLES reject any; and all bids. Bless you every one. plants under plastic wee readyto glad to have her mother .

    (OFFICIAL SEAL A. DARBY) Clerk. Love, I i set in from 60 to 68 days with them during the Christ- i
    I 12-20 MOTHER"LURA from _.. _
    2t 12-27 date of seeding. Under mas holidays.Mrs. -
    ____ _ _____ __ ___ _. .-. . .-.--- I
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    yt V __ ___ ____ ____ h cheese cloth, the time ranged Minnie Crenshaw of

    _ V from 88 to 98 days. 1 Gainesville was visiting Mr. AUTO BRAKESHull' Crane Motor Co. CQNCRETE PRODUCTS MOVER

    If you use plastic, you must 1 and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff Mon- -
    .., lARK ANGLIA -
    be able to check the moistureand day. INSIST THAT AIL TOUR Gainesville
    temperature. We had Brake Supply"BRAKE
    water added after selEng. We SPECIALISTS" Authorized Sales A Bervic* Edwards Building AND LONG

    : had other beds with poor stand Tor Every Car 01- Drunk "Complete Sendee f. All DISTANCE MOVING

    j V : from lack of moisture to get Turning Grinding Relialnj Make Supply, Inc. Storage And Crating
    m 601 E. University Aft.
    the seed germinated. How By Mrs. Minnie L. GaJiMsvffl n f-S2Z4
    _ f67 you Redding While You Walt FB 2-4251 726 S. Main PR 2.""

    ventilate the bed will depend! Phone 7823232dAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 1111 S. SfalaFB QalI1e1vUJe ttlnesville. Ha Gainesville. P1*.
    on whether we have 60 degree U I
    weather or 80 degree weather. VOLKSWAGENSales ELECTRIC MOTORS
    1 We believe in plastic covered ,'
    Mrs. Service Parts Sewing Machine
    VS Daisy Starling and Mrs. Electric Motor
    tobacco seed beds. If you have Thelma Higginbotham and son AUTO RADIATQRS Miller-Brown MotorsInc.

    S < not used plastic and yon are were Sunday guests of Mrs. Repair Co. Service Co.
    s-fr interested, let's talk about it. Wiley Smith in Jacksonille. .

    1 .. .. ,f One thing for sure, it ycu use Sunday visitors of the Earl Butler's Radiator FB 24532 OF GAINESVILLE: ma New Home Wfcft

    plastic, you better fumigate. Mosleys were Mr. and Mrs. 1030 E. University Aye. COMPLETE ELECTRIC Neecbl Platt

    Grass under plastic will out- Morris Johns, Mr. and Mrs. Service Oaiaesrill4 V MOTOR Sale & Service
    I grow the plants. Of course, Warren Johns, and Mrs. Mary
    9 loit Modem Core la Stock aALSERVICE Repairs On AH Male**
    with very few exceptions, fumigation -Johns of Jacksonville.Mr. .
    I .4 All Cars Trucks 115 W. UnlT. Ave., G&inwvli.
    1 Repairs B & G Motors Co. "Distzftator cf
    is a MUST, even with and Mrs. Rudy Higgin-
    National Trailer Beatsl I75-107&
    4 cheese cloth. botham and children were CADILLAC; OLDSMOBILE New Lincoln Uotan
    Fumigate after -
    May it be the biggest I 519 S. W. 4th! Ave., Gainecvflb!
    I fertilizer is 'put on bed. weekend guests of the George nc z-oue F85 m1T.MAN FB 2-2318 ROOFING
    .. : of
    #0 and best year opportunity We have a mighty good circular Sapps. Sales and Service 1030 B. Ualn OalnuTiC

    and accomplishment I on using plastic cover. It The Homer Harts of Lake .
    2001 N. W. litfa. Et ill GARDEN SUPPLIES The Helzel Co.
    far. covers the subject pretty well, Butler were Sunday guests of I
    C life so I AUTO SALES &: SERVICE FR6.7513DODOZ
    in your and also has some good illus Mr. and :Mrs. Quincy Rosier. F Johnson& Paris, C ROOFING

    V I trations. Even then, if you are, Wayne and Darlene starlingof LANCEBSQDDA S SHEET METALS
    I using plastic for the first' time,: Gainesville spent the week- DIP2BUL CBBYILD V Inc.Complete. AIR CONDITIONING

    : I would like to talk about it a end with their grandmother, PLYMOUTH 'VALIANT Une of No Job Too Large Or Too Smalt

    (fFLORIDA little more with you. Mrs. Daisy Starling.Mr. Authorized Sate Parti Sales Parts Service SEEDSlLANTS- 202 8. E. 4th St. Gainecvilfr

    Another reminder that Cok- and Mrs. Harold Wise Serried USED CARS TOO FUT1TI7vflSI.ns&icJd"a I'B 1-1'11

    - ers 139, 140, 282, 181. 316, Dixie and Monroe Gaskins of Jack Poole-Gable Motors -;Tet 8i p2tef
    Bright 214, and Reams 64 sonville were Saturday visitors VACUUM CLEANERS
    are discount 'varities. Don't' of the Fischer Gaskins fanuly. AUTO SALES &: SERVICE 119 S. E. 1st Ave. GtJnefvffle 'We Rent PertiUaer te&deXI .

    plant them. Charyl and Jeana Higgin-: : FB 2-443 '224 "1f. W.. ttb "". I

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    tv.t-t.WU a. -t.----. UQ4.AJ'C!n4 -"1 a.a.u.. C FB2-W7I AD Make Of VaeaonuIf
    : Maxville with their grandparents Automatic TranMnissioDS It Needs Repairs
    FIRST CHRISTIAN Gainesville. 11*
    CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Buford COMET FIAT HETCOB ONE DAY SERVICE Briar In To Kirby'''
    I- "'tAKKAT 537 W. CaD St. Starke EUery Redding of Raiford Authorized Sales Strrk* AlL LTATTBg REPAIR Authorized Kirby D1ItributcrKirby

    . StAKK H. Bob L. Bafeett, Bfinfater was a. Sunday dinner guest of Parti AND EXCHANGE Cherry's
    .. .
    H' Sunday School 9:45 a. m. the Arthur Reddings. Gator Automatic .
    Trained {*?*** ** Qioi QainesrflleAddrea Uo p.I'm' I.
    One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Church Worship. 10:45 a. m. Jack Sikes and Jenny Gas- vffitcarsBarkley
    Transmission t&41eI
    Group Se
    I Chi Rho, 5::30 p. m. Choir kins of Jacksonvflb spent Sunday el9SZ2ndPIacene4toP.C Sales & Service

    : Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. I'I I practice 6:30: p.m. CT?. 7 p. with the Fischer Gaskmafamily. !i Motors INC. DSE33ES SUITS -COATSACCSSSOSZSS

    ) m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p. : : .) u .. w. 11& O.lu11'181n

    I I I B. .Wednesday ?.'___ .1 1f Mrs. Gay Fetch, Mrs. The,.. 115 N. K&.bB.. QITl .. Giinosvlll* m OW 2724BH J Ui W. .. T5 ..me

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    STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY DEC. 27, 1962 .. -_- '

    Vyyvyyfyl: yyyyyyyyyyyyyypyyyyyyyyyvyYVYPVYV, Laurance Walrath yyyyTyyyyyyyyy'yyyyTi' lianis Catholic' Churcti: has and Mrs. Charles McKay of .yyvyv v.. Y..9YY\ their Christmas partyr 1'-ir -

    closed for the holidays, but; Mohawk. N. Y., and Mrs. G I Eugene Brantley is on vacation I my -
    Named Chairman '
    KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy MELROSEBy will reopen on January 4. Spurlin, 'of Penney Farms. GRANDINBy from; OlJy Electee' this J of ::: T
    Of ICC Board School New Rev. Lee Heaton of Trinity I I week. ,
    Mary K.at-Schuffer.: oJ II trs. Alice EothhammerAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ I The annual Christmas pro Episcopal Church is in the I Charleyene Funeral i services were' held' j I I P \
    :Laurence K Walrath, son gram was presented by the : Medical Center in Gaines Brantley I! Thursday. Dec. 19, for W. D.i i' -'

    &LLAAAkAAAAAAAjLALAAAAALAAAAAAAAA1.AALAAAAkAJ1Cbittnias of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wal-j Music Department Mondav ville. I fYYYVVyVVyyyyyyyyyyyyDavid Weseman. a former resident '
    rath of Keystone Heights was : Woman's Club Meets night with Harold Almany j I Idirecting" C. L. Bass has moved to i of Florahome at the Church or :i
    is home from ,
    Program Estates is the organist and named chairman of the Interstate The Christmas program of' 'the event. Students Boca Raton where he is engaged :'I Fort Hauchua Ariz. for the. 'I God in Florahome. Burial was !

    On Thursday afternoon, director for the Adult Choir. Commerce Commissionin I the Melrose Woman's Club from grades 1-12 participated : in''the construction of', Christmas holidays with hi in Paran Cemetery. Mr. W se- : '

    Miss Jane Reynolds and her Mrs. Irene Brault is the direc Washington, D.C. last week. was presented Wednesd 5n presenting a selection of ,; a university there. family. j man was a long-time resident :

    Beginners Bible Club members tor of the Junior Choir. Mr. Walrath was named to Dee 19. The hostesses, Mrs. familiar 'Christmas"songs. 'Di ; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen Mrs. Annie F.Sikes is home I of Florahome am postmasterthere Mid '

    entertained( parents and PersonalsMr. the Commission six years ago L: B. Nicholson Mrs: ''G. 'A. ane Alderman introduced the; \' and children are spending the from the hospital and for 35 years. ,- :
    we are
    friends at' a little Christmas I and Mrs. ('Willard R. by former President Eisen Godley. Mrs. C. A. Ford Mrs. performers as the band, chor. : holidays :with Mrs. Allen's mother -,! all Very happy to have her Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Aldermanhad -

    Program at Jane's home on Bell of Franklin, N. C. arrived hower. He was born in Mead- John Regan, and Mrs. D. L.t us, and music classes entertained : Mrs. E. A. Chester. in back. a buffet supper and par- ,

    Lak View Drive. M nday.- Dec. 17, for the ville, Pa., and moved to Key- Tison served a luncheon and in groups. The only Quincy.Mr. 'I W. D. Gornto is on the sick tS. last Friday for the young '

    Children taking. part were Christmas Holidays with theii stone with his parents when made the club house festive: solo was presented by Miss' and Mrs. D. Kittle of I I list this week. i:, people of the Community. In
    Dabbie Hanks. daughter Miss Ann Bell. Sara Baldwin. After the pro :, Gtouster Ohio spent the .
    Tammy an-3 he was 11 years old. He at- I with seasonal decorations for Johnny Mikell is homt from Those dttenr1' were: Elmer
    Nita June Menzen, Laura Dar- Miss Ann Bell's "side kick tended Emory University at the 50 members and guests I gram free-will donations.i I weekend with Mr. and Mrs. the Univ. of Fla. for the holi- Fulgrum Ljrrtta Luke of Pa-

    den. Billy Beam. Jr., and Kevin Miss Reba Thompson has Oxford, Ga., and later received who attended the presenta were collected for, benefit of i M. V. Samson. I'days. latka, Ilene Strickland Dons

    Wyman. Guests included gone to her home in Fred- his bachelor and LLB dee tion.\ The program was-"di the March of Dimes. I Mr. and Mrs. V. Y. Craw- j I I James R. Allen foreman of Price. Richard Lilly Mike

    Mrs. fecotty-Beam Mrs. Joann ericktown. Ohio. for Christ- grees at the University oJ rected by Mrs. J. W. Strawn Correction of error from I ley visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred the road work on the! Grandin : Wallace Janelle and Rance F.
    Darden with her mother. last week's report: Bonnie I Moody of Hawthorne Sunday. (
    Wyman, Mrs. Faye mas Florida.In and Mrs Tisori.M1SR'PVO I i to Clay county road, returned Wearer of Florahome; Lana
    Miss Penny From S. E. McKay we had Nazworth should have been I Mrs. Glisson and daughter, 717
    and young son h read "the I j Turner and Carol Kelsey of
    Schaef. I good that his wife, Hazel 1934 Mr. Walrath- was. _.__ _. ...._ ,.,.;'.,_a_ .___ ....._ .namcwt. ... .nn.... tVia, .19tVi...... oroHAA. ., r'o-rvl .Ann, nf .T.at-A..... 'ypnpv'l.. ;, to Lakeland to spend Christ 1 1j I ,.___ 9U. _.nn'
    Bessette. Mrs. Mary news vu" 0.-- '.aas'J* .uu 'a. .a- -- -
    ui uie iruui me ,
    admitted to the Florida bar, LUCY : ixauvuy mas with his family. i J 1 rumam: nan; rai; Burnous
    fer. and Martha June Schaef- might be able to come and began practicing law in j Book of Luke. She also read I and :B Honor Roll. I If and Bunyon Kelley are spend-j: Odis Brockman of Tallahassee -! 'ITickie and Kathy Gornto

    fer.Mrs. home for Christmas, if she I Jacksonville. During World I "Why Christmas Came" by f MHS students went to | ing the week in Warrenton. 1 is visiting his mother. ]Don Seigler, Mike Weeks, Da I
    Willard R. Bell an- keeps improving at her pres- Bradford in charming dla-1 school Friday as,the only area Va. with Mr. and Mrs. Pat :,
    War II h6 served in the Navy Mrs. Ethel Brockman. ,
    other guest from Franklin, N. ent rate.. Hazel has been in being promoted to the rank I lect. Christmas solos were I.I students to do so in order to 11 11I .I Glisson and daughter. Me- I Skc. J. C. Weeks from Charleston i, j

    C., gave the opening prayer. the University Medical cen- of lieutenant commander.Mr. given by Mrs. A. J. Wither- make upfor a' day missed lalnie. S. C. is spending the AMBULANCE
    The children sang Christmas ter in Gainesville since having spoon, accompanied by Mrs early in the month becausfi( 1 Miss Doris Ford, who is attending -
    Walrath and holidays with his family here.
    hymns and recited Bible verses serious surgery the early and 'Mrs. Tison Mrs. R. S.. Hendry, accompanied of cold weather. The Beta the University of Flo- PHONE -
    indicating the patienceand part of the month. their son, Timothy, are holi- by :Mrs. Canova.i Club sponsored' the movie j rida, is spending the holidays Mrs. Von Mask and Mrs.

    effort of their teacher Clarence Ritchie from day guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. and Miss Sara Baldwin, accompanied "Wintertime." Friday afternoon -* I with her parents Mr. and Eugene Brantley went to DeWitt C. Jones
    their I. school last Friday to help the
    since these children were on- Portage. Pa. arrived Saturdayfor i M. Walrath ana son. by H. Almany.It as a-money-making pro: Mrs. C. A. Ford. I DeWitt C. Jones Registered
    first and secdnd grades with'
    holiday guests .
    ly 3, 4, and 5 years of age. the Christmas holidays Timothy are was announced that Mrs Paul Hayes of Ocala recently Starke,
    Miss Ann Bell showed a film with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dey M. Walrath Sr. in Keystone, John Griner long an active ject.The Senior Beta Club ,was spent a few days with I'
    RENTAL \
    strip on the Nativity after and family. Mr. Ritchie is and also of Mrs.Walrath's pa- member of the club and very honored at a party held at' Misses Anna and AWe Lee.

    which Miss Reynolds distri- Mrs. Day's father. rents in Jacksonville. They ill for some time is back the home -of their sponsor; :Mr. and Mrs Tom Spur-,1 \1 : Hospital Beds, Wheel

    buted gifts to all the children Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kyle have another son, Laurence, home. New members who Mrs; Clarence Holden, on lock are visiting their son in, I
    present. spent Christmas with Mr. Jr., who resides in Keystone; C. Swan Lake, Friday night. Refreshments Miami. r-. : --
    recognized Mrs.
    were were 1 JlM61'i
    Fire Dept. Notice Kyle's brother and wife in and..a daughter- _Mrs.u_ Camille'__L i H__.1frich._____ _Mrs.___. F._ 'Pvlel_ __.. _Mrs.'___ were' served: followed John Finucan of Ft. Jackson J -'-lOW.--- ._ _. .BJr I.. -i--; ,. ;;: I I
    The meeting of the Keystone Winter Park. Geotne or ureat rails, ..Mum.I R. Peck: Mrs. E. F. Longneck- byparticipation in S. C. is visiting.,his parents j : Appliance, -- Koala

    Fire Dept., which is regularly Bernie Adams Mrs. Adams I er, and Mrs. P. F. Kromer:all. games. Members of the club Mr. and Mrs. John Fi- ,
    held on the first Tuesday o: and Harry Adams spent I I of Melrose. who attended were: Margaret nucan. !'

    the month will be held TUes- Christmas at the Park-of-the Rites SaturdayFor Mrs. S. Sashoff, Ways and Slade, Virginia Ford, Donna Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Slade !|i SERVICE At

    day, Jan. 8. since Tuesday, -Palms and with :Mr. and Mrs. RichardsAt Means chairman, announcedthat Marsh, Marian Bass, and and daughter. Mrs. Irma| '
    i H( .
    Jan. 1, is a holiday. Mrs. Francis Egan. plans are underway fora Babe McLaughlin. Wilkes, and Mr. and Mrs. c.1 j I i :

    News from St. William's Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mitchell Keystone HeightsMrs. Variety Show to be given PersonalsMr. L. Bass 'visited Mr. and Mrs. t ; Trained Experts In

    St. William's Choir presented -; spent Christmas with Mr. and : Margaret L. Richards January 19 at 8 ,p. m. at the and Mrs. Jack Jacoby Ross Bass in Bunnell last SI'EIETRACIASLL II ? I I ). :..
    a Sacred Concert Monday 1 Mrs. H. A. Crouch in St. Pet- high school. The next meeting and children of Middleburg week. i. .
    night prior to Midnight Mass ersburg. Mrs. Crouch and 82, a resident the of Keystone eleven will feature a trip throughthe visited Mrs. Jacoby's parents, Miss Cathy Easterling of1 I I '.,' FOR QUICK
    for rst
    Mrs. Elva Scott of the Club Mrs. Mitchell are sisters. Heights Pearsall Indian Museum, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Slade. Eau Gallic spent last week I +
    died Wednes- PEkatALRV l :
    and _
    the choir as years and Mrs. David Hin- and aunt Mr. < ,
    Mr. uncle
    Estates joined Mrs. M. LBeasley's nephews one of the finest of its kind I with her t
    evening following an extended "
    guest soloist for the concert.At Tommy Whaley and day in the Southeastern United nant of Middleburg are and Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer I '

    Midnight the girls of Russell B. Deegan Jr., and Mrs. illness.Richards attended the States. spending the holidays with and family.Mrs. : J j! ; CALL
    the Junior Choir and the altar her niece, Miss Linday Wha- Library Notes their parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Cecil Harris of We- :
    Church Key- : .
    boys formed a procession to ley. all of St. Petersburg stone Community Heights and is a nativeof The first place winners of Albert Hinnant and Mr..' and laka visited her parents Mr. I TRAtTA# ei 1i! i: 964-7511
    the front of the church, the were holiday guests of the the Christmas poster contest : Mrs. Howard Morris and and Mrs. R. M. Cason Thurs- : I'
    1 Michigan. ,
    IPIIt1MU 'I.IUt{ ** .
    Silent Night, with'I the Melrose family. day. i uti _
    girls singing Beasleys, and their daughter i sponsored by "iI.; ,
    her husband
    the adult choir humming in Marian. Survivors Public Library were: Colleeu Mrs. Blanche Reed of Sum Mr. and Mrs. James F. Bar-1 I '

    hi'krniind Walter T. Richards of 'Pn.t"._. AfrViBrantley.... .o-ti".._, __, .. f'nrtinla.....__; .... mersville.. Mo. is visiting her ringer and. son have moved I KING SIZE PEN i : If" .: iJTllORIZED
    thp... .6.". 'Dnth 'R1 n", left.. Run.IVliO. 4 --- -- --- ---- '
    ----0------ AVUbll J-iivilu *- v -- Heights two daughters ; f ,I
    Keystone ; son-in-law daughter, Mr. from Gainesville.Mr. TWj uira.length Urxj *
    and Melrose
    of tha Junior Choir for Orlando for Christ- 5th grade; and] to May tag I
    day :Mrs. Goux and baD balorxei : '
    : Dorothy n ifectty .
    foreman at p p :
    William A. McLaughlin
    Mrs. Barringer is
    Kirk 6th all ;
    Whid- Nancy grade
    were Vickie and Susie with her daughter Car- ; hi hand tc ; I I
    mas Mrs. Bessie Nagel; a son: Walter !- your '
    and Pamela TomGirls students at Melrose School '. and granddaughter Woods Products Inc. QU truly Tensionwritlngf GOOD USED WASHERS !
    den, Charyl ol's family Mr. and Mrs. Gather E. Richards, all of Chicago. & / : : I
    I Babs for Christmas.Mrs.
    es. Debra and Kathy Brault, Queen and two daugh-I and two grandchildren. Faith Presbyterian Church Berkelmanis METHODIST CHURCH i I'I"" : y'r
    Charles P. I
    Over hundred
    ' Patty Thompson. Peggy Shau- one person
    Funeral services were held in i
    ters.Mrs. attended the Christmas spending the holidays ._
    Cardinas. -
    program I
    ghnessey and Annie '' '' ,. :
    Ruth Johnson ofYoungstown'Qhio' at the in SUPPLYI / 5- __....c's.: ..d.. ."
    Altar Boys were John and Saturday graveside at Faith. .Pre ytedaJ1. Atlanta, Gai with her sonin"law" Kenneth W. Griffith !I. Ir -- .' :.F :'% __.
    - returnedto TW ock.f.I.of! ink I
    Keystone Heights Cemeterywith and" r ,
    Bell. Rich- Church Sunday night, Dec and"daughter, Mr. ] Pastor -
    Allen. Billy bran
    George cartridge i '
    Heights last week \ aimnKr l
    ard King, David Schaeffer. Keystone Dr. Albert C. Holt pastoi .. 16. The program was written Mrs. A. S. McGinty. and son Sunday School 9:45: a.m. &langthof. peft... ji D .
    She is : I
    for another visit. a of the Community Church of- and daughter-in-law, Mr. ani yfttt and write with I' II
    Steve O'Brien David Gaboar- Bird and and directed by Mrs. W. A Worship 11 a. m. > I If' = _
    relative of John ficiating. Burial followed under _
    I Mrs. P. W. Berkleman. er o
    Davie and Lee Sutton. Wallace, organist. The church .
    di, Jim -
    She has he I' I
    .Mra.. _.Tanpt._..__ Tjjmm of Club. I Lloyd Singley... L. L ....._ direction of DeWitt C. WI'..-w'!", npt'nrltPiI--" --- withboughs ....... PVprlrPP---0'---! W_. s-. .AlovnnHpr.."._.._ nf-. -.Taplrsrm-------. TRINITY EPISCOPAL i u...... ....... J. 1c;,"
    .w. -- -- same cottage, no. i, as vac Jones Funeral Home of Starke. r CHURCH MELROSE untt..r.UJ l f.f 'I!
    and white lighted vine spent the week with his
    i KING SuEtLeoIi. I
    : Insurance Savings Plan I White Feather.Mr. r
    candles at each window thus daughter Mrs. William E
    10 Holy belt ,
    Holy Days m.
    If You Lhe-Ifs A Saving and Mrs. Joe Murelli a. and gives!
    Die It's Insurance! setting the mood for the Na Moore; and grandsons.: 3undays 10 a. m Church unoolh.. Skipiog I : ,
    If You : ;(
    the Club Estates have as r: :
    of Wallenius was able to travel. tivity. Mrs. R. P. Vogh dec Mrs. W. O. Preston and School. 11:45: a. m": "Mornlnl you wpuldMp I ." ,
    ASK YOUR GULF MAN holiday guests their daughter after being hospitalized at orated for the occasion. Mrs. O. T. Robinson spent Prayer and Sermon tFirst ct from only the ..' ( )

    and family. Mr. and Mrs. the University Medical: Cen Taking part in the presen- Friday in Gainesville.Dr. Sunday. Holy Communion!, f ItOIt pensive rens'I/ '
    L.R.BRAULTKe'stonc Leo King, all of Detroit, Mich. ter in GainesvilleIt Hook f : : t
    tation were Beth Garmon. and Mrs. Cecil R. p.m. Episcopal Young Church I II
    llr.: and Mrs. Martin Crosby .
    may seem like a trivial] Barbara Whiteford, Marvin are spending the; holidays men. I I \
    Heights-Ph. 1151 of Foley. Ala., are spend thing, but those cancelled Spivey Dr. J. R. Neale, anti> with their son-in-law and Communion.The iJ' S, ,

    lax Hiway 21 ing the holidays at White stamps on your Christmas I Sharon Spivey, all soloists' daughter Mr. and"Mrs. JamesJ. Rev. Lee W. Heaton :1' *'%., ___' -.4 For
    Feather Court, and visiting cards are worth money to Others of the Chapel Choir Hearne in Tampa. Ann Vicar. I I .I II
    with their i Clay County Hospital Auxilil- were Carol Buchanan Mar- Hearne who has been visiting tf I

    Restaurant Mr. and Mrs. Bill Belote and ary. We are again asking you lene Odom Kendall Spivey her grandparents, will accompany -----. r: .' \, _-' ::_ i : .-.' :: ; : = : :

    children.Mr. _. L ._1 I to take a few moments to tear Maria Yarborough, Gary Buchanan them home.Midshipman T .
    and Mrs. cnanes wal- : off the stamps from your and Phyllis Odom. J. B. Coleman, '
    LAWRENCE'S DINETTE! lenius will be spending the] envelopes. and deposit themin Members of the primary department Jr. is spending the Christmas WILLIAMS That's I

    OPEN SUNDAYS holidays with their daughterand the "Stamp Bank" at the with Mrs. J. R. holidays with his grandparents : A, //7 "If It'st Glass

    family, Mr. and Mrs. post office. It is interesting to Neale, Mrs. V. Powell, Mrs. *
    ]11 I A. 1\1.\ To 9 P. M.\ Co!. and Mrs. Jesse P. JEWELRYREPAIRS Bradford County I _2iJI CALL
    Hy. 21-Keystone Height* Robert E. Lambert and children know that Air mail stamps H. C. Odom. and Mrs. C. H. Greene. I FOR A
    in Atlanta. Ga. We foreign stamps and other unusual Martin also took part.
    were glad to hear that Mr. stamps are worth more 'The White Elephant Thrift Holiday? guests of Mr. and WATCHES-DIAMONDS I TELEGRAPHSEE : SHEA'S

    _mnnv_n_". Thp_.._ _nrvmmnn_ ._ .. troriofw..aa&.Jof ; -fiVmn..-.... -srvYncnrert...-.-" ---- \\v-J -fit.-.. Wil...-- -Mrs.---:.. -V.. -W-, _HartloH_..."wv -oro, .- _Mr_ I'i ----- -
    3c or 4c stamps are sold I All Work GuaranteedA. ;I ( )

    by the pound. son, Youth Diiector. Have you an old refrigerator,j C. Williams R BI "Formerly

    Mrs. Bill Siprelle and chil- Sunday School 9:30: ain; fan'Or tools' hrh! you no longer -!, 142 W. Call St. gl GLASS We Design

    4 \i dren, Mike and Mary Jo i Morning Worship, 11 a. m. use. Convert them Into cash j' Starke. Fla"! I Just Mail I
    former Keystoners, were here Youth Groups 7 p.m. now. Phone 961-3101 and I

    Sunday afternoon, visiting I for classified. Wlkj .;..rR -.--.....:
    : old friends who are always : --- -. : _>Si WCTWC MASS IOTTOM OATS 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville.
    happy to see them and who HEIGHTS -

    I think they should move back I .
    I to Keystone. now that Mr. J. R. Smith pastor Ralph !

    I Ii I Siprelle is in Africa on business Copeland. Minister of Muslo KEYSTONE HUGHTS.

    4 t4l ,* I for six months. Mary Jo. and church organist. j
    ; \ I a freshman at Mary Manse Services: Sunday School i

    '.t g j t t'c' i College in Toledo Ohio, is 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship,j!
    L at.? ': .' \ I' home for the holidays. The 10:50 a. m. Training Union, BUSINESS I D IRE C 'T

    S. : I Siprelle's now live in Jack- 7:00: p. m. Evening services

    I sonville. 8:08: p. m. You are invited toshare -

    i Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Crom- family Prayer time with I FLOltlST MILLWORK .

    I er entertained at a Christmas us. I

    party at their home on Peach Edna Williams Keystone 1

    ; Street Saturday evening, DeC. ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL Millwork
    22. Guests '

    Mrs. Tony Baker, Mr. and I CABINETS nOOKS old
    Isn't This the BEST Way i Mrs. Bill Baker Mr. and Mrs. Rev. Wm. W. WarstaD,'' For Ail Occasion WINDOW FRAMES with

    Carl Darden Mr. and Mrs.. Vicar. ilelrose Phone: OR 5-2331 '- SCREENS !
    To Finance a Car? Darrell Davis Mr. and Mrs. Daily offices 8:30: ajn. to r' Trim fat.erWi Mrs.
    'Leon 5 p.m. Holy Eucharist. Wednesdays -
    Ridaught and Leori' f Sash Made To'Order .
    The answer is "YES" a bank loan can oftensn.e brother and his wife. Mr. arid 10 a.m. Holy Eucharist INSURANCE Kf'.tQ fI Height TH. 4WWXI'RSKRY JP.I
    on 1st and 3rd Sundays O.
    Mrs. Donald -- '-------- : -- -
    important on car financing Ridaught, (rom Murrhee Insurance J
    your J
    you } Fort Pierce. each month. Morning Prayer ;> _.1 I' {
    charges.One 2nd and 4th Sundays. litany: Agency :
    thing sure: You have nothing to lose andplen'ty Bill Singley of Houston. Service on any 5th sundaY.JSunday S. E.
    Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. L. General Insurance Clemens NurseryCitrus .
    Evening Prayer '7 :
    to gain by getting the facts-and figures p
    S. Hitchock Rockvffie, Md Fire Casualty Bonds Lake
    So why hot come in and let us tell you exactly whatit are spending" the holidays I m. ;i Allied Lines trres $2.50 to $1.9.5 and

    will cost you to finance. a new or used car the with Lloyd' Singley, father ol THE EIGHT POINT for the Keystone Heishti. 2731 I rom..izaleas-some- ... in fruit Canned Ir Bare- .I(."_,,.,,._,
    Sank I Bin and Mrs: Hitchcock. .
    loan' wdjV .
    i way you write. Come in anfj S 3 for $1.00 to $1.00 ea. '
    Then make your. own comparisons, draw, your own Miss Romesa Dodd and Johh !!i' select :your favorite ESTER1 : PHONE :: .. : Problems! with Insurance? Hiway 100 at Hillcrest

    conclusions and act on your' own good judge Dodd. who are attending: Bob i BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. .. -1 ,.. Call. the Man from"Travelers" 3l,2 Miles past of
    ment. Jones University in South .' WO 4-3101 .u,; !Keystons: HeibtsALESTATE R
    C rolina,- are .spending the |I. J j jI Mantly Payment Plan I
    We think you'll be glad investigated! I ? I Lake
    you I IR >
    holidays with their parents.} I I7ft ...., ..Availablet,
    Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dobb} and _

    THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK I i! family. .j'I66fi.jl :Office. and* School. i Supplies. ; Geo. E. LaRueGftjfctoEk HeffcBslAgt. c: J* Pete'O'Connor '"We T

    .- MEMBER F.D.I.C.. ;, COMMUNITY CHURCH ; For TRAVELERS :. -'iihTbaC.*.. % ..(j tin.

    A Friendly Bank in A, Friendly Community :;;r Dr.KEYSTONE*A..O HoK i :HEIGHTS Minister. 1 BRADFORD 'County y' TELEGRAPH{ : Insurance nom -ODtn Company. ,0, REAL "ESTAtE'IORTGAGES 4Hi : :

    ". ,Keystone Heights, Fla. I '4> -; : ? Automobile Fire ) -' 1FI'RAISALS ".
    Mrs. George A. Csaov*. or- : 4si'a:' "' .
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    0 4692 Day 4325.
    1 !rarSst aditcLrthnud- .. Heia te. Phone 4297 GB- -:9AI- .


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    IVYyfyyyyyyyyy yyyyyy' Slade children of Mr. aM sonvllle. I December 10, 1962.A. Five speed transmission I es the right to accept or reje
    day.Refreshments' BOATDRAIN BAPTIST J. THOMAS JR. Standard frame any or all bids.
    of cake, Mrs. Vernon Slade. Ruth Corbert and family Executor CITY COUNCIL OP C1

    HAMPTONBy punch and popcorn were serv- Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Williams from North Carolina are visit-! SERVICE MEN CHURCH First publication December West sides coast mirrors both OF STARKE. FLORID

    ed following opening of gifts, and family of New ing Ruth's" grandmother, Irene I Sunday School, 10 a.m. 13th. 1962.TH01IAS & PIERCEAttorneysatlaw Color: Orange Ohma. By: MERRILL EDWA

    and games during the eve- Port Richey were weekend Padgett. i i AND WOMEN Delivery in Atlanta, Ga. City Cle
    .,D. E. Hffl Morning Worship, 11 a.m.
    ning. guests of her parents, Mr. Due to ill health, Rev. Clar- | 203-205 North Temple Ave. The said City

    IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAChristmas .' PersonalsMr. and Mrs. J. W. Home Training Union, 6:30: p. m. Starke, Florida
    I returning ence Knight has resigned as ,

    Party Held; and Mrs. George Saxon home on Monday.Mr. pastor at the Clay Hill church.All : Evening Prayer Worship, 7:30: p. m. 12-13 4t 1-3 I i iI rfservnatural'
    Meeting, Wednesday.. I
    Ordination Next SundayAt were hosts for an "early"Christmas and Mrs. Vasco Buseyof are sorry to learn of his 7:30 CALL FOR BIDS I

    Christian Church dinner on Sunday Valdosta, Ga. were visitors resignation, but glad he is able : p. in.LEGAL Sealed bids will be received

    last week. Present were Mr. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. John to be up and around again. J 7:00 o'clock P.M. on Wednesday, :
    Hampton Christian Church Airman Basic Lenox S. Kelley by the City Council of the Cityof
    had a party for the Sunday and Mrs. Sam Garafalo and Parker. Highland son of Mr. and Mrs. OtisC. Starke, Florida., at the City

    School classes on Thursday Mrs. Hart of Mt. Dora. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bakerof Richard Barrett was on the Kelley of Brooker, is being NOTICE Hall in Starke, Florida, until ,

    afternoon Dec. 20 and Mrs. Ernest Hunter and Tampa spent the weekend, sick list Sunday and unable to I am not responsible for any January 2, 1963, with bidders to '
    at the
    reassigned Holloman AFB
    including Christmas day attend church. We missed him debts incurred by Mrs. W. B. be notified of opening date.
    town hall with gifts and Johnny of Ft. Lauderdale, New Mexico, for traininy and Dawson or Mrs Irene C. Daw- Sealed bids to be received on I gas
    from Mrs. Katie with her family, Mr. andMrs.. very much. son. '
    games for all present. Hos- and Hampton, duty as a communications operations the following:
    The Highland Church will W. B .DA WSOX, SR.
    E. D. Allen.
    tesses for the occasion were Saxon, Mr. and Mrs. E. specialist. A 1962 Keystone Heights, Fla. ONE-1963 Truck, 22.000 GVW
    Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dykes have its first Watch Night 174" Wheel Base
    Mrs. Leslie Jones, Mrs. Mark- L. Birt and sons. Hollan graduate of BHS, he recently 12-20 4t 1-10 102" Cab to axle I IS THE MODERN GENIE
    and Stephen and Len Dikesof service Monday night, Dec. 31.
    lee Norman, and Mrs. Robert Payne, and Mr. and Mrs. Completed basic air force 302 cu. in. HD V-8 engine, .
    Gainesville were Christmas There will be a fish fry to IX TilE CIRCUIT COURT OV I THAT DOES YOUR
    Johnny Davis. with integral
    Cox governor.
    teachers.An training at Lackland AFB in I
    dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. start off the services at 7 : THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Booster Brakes TODAY'S JOB BETTER
    ordination service for Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Texas.
    Charles Hicks at their farm o'clock. The song service will CIRCUIT, I X AXD FOR Dual Electric Wipers
    deacons will be held at the Brown and family left earily] BRADFORD COUMT FLA TOOO Ib. front axle I faster and
    home near Hampton. start at about 8 o'clock and and does it quietly, cleaner, more
    7 p. m. service on Sunday Sunday morning for Mississippi Staff Sgt. Harold L. Ri- IX CHAXCERY. 17,000 lb. rear axle !I
    Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Baker continue until midnight Rev.
    Gordon front rear
    Dec. 30, for Marklee Norman where they were called .Lester daught Jr., son of Mr. and Plaintiffvs. Heavy duty with !I! ECONOMICAL.Call .
    Taggart, pastor of Max springs
    and Barney Brinson. Jake because of an automobile accident and children of Orland'' ville church, will be the mainspeaker Mrs. H. L.. Ridaught of Keystone Heavy helper springs on !

    Thomas of Live Oak will deliver in which Mrs. Brown's spent last weekend with her of the Heights, is being reas- Molly Krohn Gordon, rear us today for a free estimate
    the ordination parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. evening. Special Defendant. Heavy duty cooling system
    sermon. brother-in-law was killed and singers will be present from! signed to Ramey AFB in :NOTICE OF PUBLICATION 60 amp. alternator !
    Rev. Carl Clarke, pastor! her sister injured. pthers in Parker, returning to Orlandoon Maxville and other places. Puerto Rico. He recently grad- TO: Molly Krohn Gordon 201 Heavy duty battery STARKE NATURAL GAS

    fas called for 1963-64 at the I I the family were also in the Monday. Sunday visitors Three of our local churches, uated from the U.s. Air Force East 66th Street New York, N. 900x20 -fl>-Pr, tires dual 'I CITY HALL PHONE 964-1301
    with the Parkers also were rear :
    church election held the first technical Y.YOU
    accident, although details Highland Clay Hill, and Long training course for ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED (Off-on road rear tires) with I''
    Sunday this month. At the were not known. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Misnerof Branch, all gave their Christmas communications circuit spec that a Complaint for Declaratory 'I'

    same time, Mr. Norman and Gainesville.Mr. ialists at Keesler AFB, Miss. Decree seeking to have
    Price Starr left Wednesday programs Sunday night. divorce obtained by you on Au-
    Mr. Brinson were elected a; and Mrs. Otis Forsyth He is a 1954 graduate of Mel- gust 21, 1946, a nullity, has been
    last week by train to spend The Highland church was well
    deacons, and Mrs. Barney and family of New Orleanswere rose High School. filed against you and you are ThiBUSINESSDIRthORY
    the holidays -in Ranburne, filled, and all enjoyed the play. required to serve a copy of your
    Brinson as church clerk. here for the Christmas
    Ala. with Mr. and Mrs. H. Rev. Walter Lee was among answer or pleading to the Plaintiff's .
    Christmas Program, holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Pvt. Robert L.
    Kelly of
    B. Grizzard, and Mrs. Elizabeth the visitors m church servicesat son Complaint on Plaintiff'sAttorneys
    Parties At Baptist Church Joe Forsyth.Mr. : Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly of Gertler & Frank 42(;
    Robinson and Brenda Highland Sunday morning.We Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 39,
    "Peace Amang Men," a Sue. and Mrs. W. W. Jacks wish to compliment Mr. Starke, has been assigned toCo. Florida, and file the original

    Christmas program of music and family of Memphis, Groner, the owner and editorof C, 15th Specialist Answer or pleading in the office AUTO REPAIRS AUTO SERVICEJ. AUTO SERVICE
    Guests at the J.
    and scripture, was presented expected lion 4th of the Clerk of the Circuit
    Training Batta-I
    G. Adkins home for Christ- Tenn. arrived last weekendfor the Clay County Crescent Court on or before the 21st day
    by adult, young people's and : include their three a Christmas visit with her on his editorial of last week. at Fort Jackson, S. C. of January, 1963, otherwise said B. Wright Starke's
    junior choirs at mas Complaint will be taken as confessed -
    Hampton vanced special training in th
    Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Too take Christ out of
    daughters and 'their families, parents, many by you. Earl's GarageALL
    Baptist Church Cities Service Statio
    Sunday night Immediate SERYICE
    Lott. Christmas and put it on a commercial Speed Radio 0perator's DATED at Starke Florida SINCLAIR
    Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Richard
    for the service.At this 17 day of December, 1962.
    Course. While
    a student -
    and children of Ocala, Mr. Maria Jean Mosher and basis. This is not the CHARLES A. DARBY. KINDS Of STATIONComplde J. C. Gardener, Prop.Ewry .
    the Wednesday evening Eston Mosher spent several way the Lord intended for it at the school, he will be Clerk of the Circuit Court Auto Service Mechanical Service
    prayer meeting last week special and Mrs. Joel Smith and to. be. It is high time for all taught the use of the inter- By Marian L Crosby, AUTO REPAIR WORKAll
    entertainment and gifts family] of Jacksonville, and days last week in Perry with ; natiolnal morse code, and will Deputy Clerk Tires Batteries-Accessories General Repairs Automat!
    of to
    their brother-in-law and sister us open our eyes and (SEAL)
    were part of the service, and Mr. and Mrs. Emery Prevatt see that God did not intend it also learn the different type:>> 12-20 4t 1-10 Work Guaranteed Lubrication Washing TransmissionsCities

    parties for juniors and inter- : and family of Starke, and also Mr. and Mrs. Floyd to be a combat among the mer- of radio sets used by the infantry Phone 9692961So. 542 Madison 9692291Dodd's Service Products

    mediates were held at the Mrs. Adkins' brother, and Smith. returned Monday eve- regiment. IX COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, Walnut. Starke TIRES BATTERIES"
    ning when the Smiths came but as a plan of salva- IX AXD FOR BRADFORD
    church on Friday evening, family, the H. W. Priestersof COUXTY. FLORIDAIn
    to spend Christmas here with tion for all We should remem- 705 N. Temple Star
    sponsored by Mrs. Charles Palatka. ber this. Pvt. Glen Reddish, son of re: Estate of Service & PHONE 964-9911
    the Milton Moshers. Nell W. Pearce, deceased.
    Hicks and Mrs. Milton Mo- Here for Christmas with We had 65 in Sunday School, Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Red- Notice of Filing Petition for AUTO SERVICE

    sher, teachers. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Matchett w yv7yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy"CLAY even if 10 of them were visit dish, has been assigned to Co. Final Discharge of Executor; Auto Sales AUTO TIRES

    Girls in junior and inter- I were their son. Wayne, from ors. As stated before, visitorsare B, 16th Battalion, 4th Training have Notice filed is my hereby final given returns that as I ""

    mediate GA groups of the I Huntington, N. Y., and their HILL always welcome, our.members Regiment at the U.S. Ar- executor of the estate of Nell Gilbert S. Brown Rambler Sales & Service Starke Recap Co.
    my Infantry Training Center, W. Pearce, deceased; that I have
    son-in-law and daughter Mr. are also! One hundred percent
    church had filed petition for distributionand Pappy Reulston Owner
    Christmas my
    par- and Mrs. Don Pearson, of St. members totaled 43. The Fort Jackson, S. C. for spe for final discharge, and Standard Oil Service Station GENERAL REPAIRING Recapping for Can & Trttdaj
    ties Thursday, with Mrs. Laws I
    Petersburg.Mrs. By Mrs. J. L. StricklandIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Primary class won the banner cial training. He is attending that on the 11th day of January. ATLAS International Lifetime
    ton Youngblood in charge of the Basic Army Administration 1963, I will apply to the Honor-
    again with of 95.
    a grade The.
    Horace who TIRES & BATTERIES Mufflers
    at the
    juniors church, and able Theron A. Yawn, County
    Mr. Course and will be train-
    Betty Brumbelow and Junior class had a wonderful
    Mrs. Horace Dyal as hostess taken to Alachua General Judge of Bradford County, FIRESTONE
    Hospital in Gainesville tha Dowling from Jacksonville group present also. We are ed for duty as a clerk-typist. Florida for approval of said final Budget Terms Road Service
    for the intermediates at her as returns and for an orderof Tires, Batteries, Acc .ssorlee Phone 964-0221
    result of a fall at her home visited us one day last week proud of these young folks. distribution and for final Phone 964-7071

    home. last and Mr. Dowling took over my Let's all try to improve our discharge as executor of the will 407 N. TeD' le, Starke I 528 S. Walnut 964-3881 SOl South Stark
    week i
    released from
    Vivian McCullough: Has was lin and children.. The Priests
    part of carrying limbs, chop- record, as well as bur know- of Nell W. Pearce deceased.
    the hospital, and is stayingat Christmas with Mr. and
    Birthday Party Here ledge of the Bible.LAWm. spent ___. ,_ _,._ .
    Vivian McCullough was the home of her son and ping limbs, and whatever there Mrs. E. W. Williams in Well- I{; .' _- -. tz -i. :,'"",,-J, -1"--: -,. : <:.. "" .c.:",-. : ."i-.. ;. -- :0<: _- : -- --- 'ji,;; .. -'--- ,

    guest of honor at a birthday daughter-in-law, Mr. and was to do, for which we were flYVYVYYlYVYYyyyyyyyI born.Mrs. -- -

    Mrs. Wilson May,. in Gaines- thankful. The tree was finally V. H. Appleby and Bev-
    party at the Lester McCul- ... ..
    ow 4
    '-h_._ __ .,i411.... whiorjed. erly of Jacksonville Beach, and
    jougn nome baiuraay eve- "
    Dec. 14 Mrs. Mary Dyal has been' Among the Clay Hill folks Mr. and Mrs. J. Marvin Warren
    ning, for her six-
    teenth birthday. receiving treatment at the shopping in Jacksonville .last and Lynn spent Sunday with &lej OFFICE EQUIPMENT SALE

    Games were played during University Medical Center in week were Faye England and. By Eua BIaQdtarC Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren.

    Gainesville. Mrs. Marklee Johns. ..........&...A Mr. and Mrs. H. C. WainWright -
    evening, which also Included -
    The visitors from Tampa to 'were visiting Mr. and
    opening of gifts and Sunday visitors at the homeof The '
    pageant, "The ChristmasStory !; :
    Mrs. Jesse and
    Hill Starling Clyde
    Clay relatives week
    Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Slade .
    refreshments of cake presented at First Baptist _
    are Jo 'Ann, Sandra, Eddie: Wainwright.in Barton over
    were Mrs. F. B. Hall of Church .
    candies and nuts. last Friday evening S
    the weekend. _
    Lang, visiting the Stricklands, S
    Gainesville, and the Hall's 55555- SSSS.S S _S _ -
    was most /
    inspiring. L
    Wendy Hill HonoredAt ) Clarence Dave, Joyce and son, Mrs. Joyce Futch and Ralph ) ."
    son-in-law and daughter,.Mr.
    large attendance enjoyed an Birthday Party visited Mrs. Futch's aunt, Mrs.
    David, and Gene and
    and Mrs. Chuck Hansley and Lang
    Wendy Hill was honored Tommie from Avon Park appreciated it. J. L. Jones in Ormond Beach I
    two sons of Savannah, Ga. Lang Remember Watch Nigh t
    with a party at the D. E. Hill Spending the night with their visiting the Richard Langs and' service .at the Methodis t last Thursday..

    home Tuesday evening, Dec. grandparents Saturday wera other relatives. Annette Langis Church, New Year's Eve, Monday holidays Mrs. Selma with Eunice her soninlawand spent the.,I

    18. for her thirteenth birth Marcia, Jimmie and Patty visiting her parents in Jack night, 11:15.: daughter Mr. and :Mrs.I _
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    Church Schedules I Tom Barry and children in

    Grace Methodist: Sunday Charleston S. C.

    School 9:45: ; Morning Worship,
    Mrs. Mamie Andreu and Mrs.

    11; Evening Services, 7:30: p. Vance of Dade City were visit-

    m. M.Y.F., each Wednesday, 8 ing Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish
    f funtirne after dar
    njoy family p. m. during the holidays. They are
    Baptist: Sunday School Mrp. Reddish's aunts.

    I 10; Morning Worship 11; Mrs. Joyce Futch spent Wed-

    6 -.- Training Union, 6:30: ; Evening nesday in Baldwin with Mrs. '> '

    Services, 7:30: p. m. Prayer J. E. Beard.

    r Service each Wednesday 7:30 Miss Arthurine Blanchard of '5295

    p. m.The Jacksonville spent Christmas YMB "EXECUTIVE"i fetter 4 box drawers 'O

    Harley Christmas din- weekend with Miss Edza Blan- Ideal! for department hea& and salesmen.! Will give 6 No..419US.75, /iii/ii'111+

    S jS S ;_ ner at the home of Mrs. A. H chard. lifetime: ef service. Center drawer with lock end key. 'w'j f!I SWIYIL ARM CHA1K
    -5-- r ..-* _--------i j ....S' '_S S Harley last Sunday was greatly Mrs. H. C. Harley spent Heavy gauge steel. Linoleum covered desk! top: 6014" x 21etf'f,2! box drawers For the"Jr."executive M the way up.Steel! frame

    : t'iSc enjoyed. Attending were Wednesday to Sunday with her 88H".Mist Green, Desert Sand,Sahara Brow .r Gray. Na.: 420__$I45.7S and base in aluminum color.! Adjustable! tension

    I 'i j 1 Mrs. Mattie Miley and Miss son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Aof! 6 box droves end height;Seat 1 Y'i 16T6*Brown,Green,Wine
    Abbie iURNPROOf TOPI Available! laACeleta Tops conns!
    : riiSt4 Harley of Jacksonville; and Mrs. Richard (Ditkf Ches- bura..Adfi number edtf. 19-L-$1S1.2S .r Gray. ..-..,...,.....-_. ,..... ",._>fa.2M5 $32,95
    : Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley m ser, in Ocala. tab/ nw nor to $1100

    S 4 : : of Cumberland, Md.; Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddishof I-_ -

    iiii Mrs. A. H. Harley, Jr.; Mrs. A.
    c : Webster spent Christmas -' '-
    I Q. Smith and Suzanne; Mr. and with : '
    his mother Mrs. V. R. a' COLI'S Spirit-Type DUPLICATOILIM

    i : : : : Mrs. Wayne Douglas, Dianne Reddieh
    and Jackie; Mrs. Lucille Nas- Jimmie Eunice of Atlanta,

    .- ,, I worthy, all of Starke. Mrs. G*. is spending the Christmas
    lilt IT Mary Chesser and Marie of holidays with his parents, Mr.

    Sit'a Ocala: :Miss Elaine Harley and and Mrs. J. H. Eunice and ;

    .i-i-: ie Dick Bedsteader. who are students other relatives.Mr. .

    1t rr.r5 t t in Johnson Bible Collegeof and Mrs. Brad Norton ;: } L _r p

    kai- Knoxville, Tenn. Mr. and were visiting relatives in Tm-

    Mrs. 'Nelson Blocker and family pa over Christmas.

    I _ of Lake City; Sammie Giv- Miss Elizabeth Terry spent

    I "i" 1/\ ins of Gainesville, Miss Mar- Christmas with her sister, Mrs.C. Reproduce*one to ftva

    lene Fuquay of Jacksonville.Mr. E. Striskland. in Gainesville.Mrs. colon ct one One Anything
    you type,write draw
    or print
    and iMrs. S. C. Harley and Dale Mitchell of Lebanon -
    UtdOOrS vp to W x 13".200 or more unujuaHy brilliant
    : Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Harley Jr. Va. spent the first S "SECRETARY" CHAIR copies per Blaster. Hand operated. Instruction

    rI Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley and part of the week with her S Adjusts 5 ways. Nylon bea ngt. Steel included.: __.__No.415$35.00 Ptefec.

    ; *: Randy, Mrs. Edwin adgett>> three daughters and families Smartly styled bookcase with dear! frame and base. Foam rubber soda

    L ., \,. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harley and Mr. and Mrs. Milo Smith, and hiding glass doors. Three cdjustahb 1 16W'l4''x! 3".Green, Brown,Tan, lees=

    Dressed up with light your patio pool yard or terrace can be even Mrs. Mae Wells. children. Mr. and Mrs. Willis eomparfcnents.-JJ6': w, 42" b, 15" d flame and Gray.. .Ne.2810$42.5 I 1 )' .

    more attractive at night than in the daytime. You can accent favorite St-4 Grady M. Pauley, who Dobbs and family, and Mr. .1A& Green,Desert Sand or Gray. -. 1 '-II Yeat Bl1lJ

    beauty and add is serving in San Hofen, Ger- and Mrs. Lester Austin. &&qo.3441$71.SQ.W S
    spots new nighttime charm, viewed from indoors or f S S

    out. Outdoor lighting fn transform even a tiny backyard into a many, is spending his 30-day Mr. and Mrs. James Mitchell GDD= -No.e.C$49. O .- .
    leave with his parents, Mr. and sons of Jacksonvillewere
    big extra living room.
    and Mrs. Obed Pauley, here. Monday night dinner /t .
    Inexpensive electric "lightscape" Mrs. Ruth BarthIow .' .- ','"',(<,-"' ".1'.., /y ., I & I
    S units are easily attacheu to nouse, and guests of the Milo Smith fam- t 4'r' .000 ", l ,

    garage, trees w "olanted" in tK, cround. A fear fixtures and you're Mrs. Ray Nugen and Ruth of 2: ... ." .TWO 9

    in business. Middleburg were visiting Mrs. ily.Visiting the W. Fred Moores -ii DRAWER 011aidI

    Mae Wells and other relatives during the weekend were Mr. : FILE
    And lighting up your driveway steps, walks ana otner outdoor areas

    helps prevent accident? nrpvides security and prot*>rtion from Sunday afternoon. I and Mrs. Wesley Thomas ofHendersonYllle. I 1 Designed for volume output Astomolc paper Feed
    Visiting Mrs. George Roberts! .. N. C. their S
    rnoiifener. w&i
    unwelcome prowlers. : 'b'0'- Equipped print location con
    were her nephew. Monso Ta- son Jimmie, of Wildwood; S trol. Has automatic wter. 1 5
    .. ........ .... Rugged one piece construction Hear? c: Reproduces to
    .. SS SS S SS S SSS S S S SS5 S S S...SSSSS.55 555 .. tum Jr., student in GeorgiaTech Mrs. Moore's father Rev. E. FoP! F steel. Drawers glide smoothly en roller cd0r1c2cn5tbno$7pb9INzUu.lLl5ruc&asI
    ) : NEWI! ELECTRIC POST LIGHTS : on Wednesday; and Mon D. Boyer of Tampa, and E. D. Fotok5e* bearings. Equipped with spring comIncluded..._-".Wa.C7$295.00.."-

    F i %Qc The light turn OX at dusk OFFal dtucn automaticaUfJ' S so Sr. of Deland on Thursday.I Boyer m of Jacksonville. pressors for record protection. Mist Sons a ebon but Laud I cperatd instead.f eb&teSOTPIT
    ; : Mrs. Roberts was a Christmas. The pageant, "Joseph and STURDY 5Tm DESK Green, Olive Green, Desert Sand, "42S'U7.so...
    They cost less to buy and Jess to operate than flame type-and : dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.I the Nativity," presented at Ideal for the receptionist,salesman! cr Sahara Brown or Gray enamel finish
    supply much more light.Posts have extra outlet for plugging in student Heavy steel Has two drawers KTf taMe! f& tecn&s 1 ca!!=
    radio rolisserie hedgecutter, or other electrical appliances : Vernon 'f stationery supplies personal
    S and garden tools. See the display of outdoor lighting fixtures at : Christmas visitors of 1rs.1 day night was enjoyed by or Ho. Wxa! Kg: Deep Me Lock copy popar,U Wets'" papv,8 cbtfi t ad rtle

    your dectncd contractor fomnte ttore. Effie Miner were Miss those attending. longings, plus pencil and dip tray.SOJ4" 217-1W 28" 17 $:6.2,5 $42.2J sree.. purple, blu. cad block cubes paper. 1 FOIl
    w,21"bt7ri d.Desert Sand or 1SCAL SIS
    : S
    c04 J ,;ncdZce pd 1 band dtao&f cna
    Motes of
    ) CoeGro-.Na.75lI5.25! "
    SEVENTH DAY 417-.17& 23? 17" $4943 $IUS CampJoida DU.
    Be sure to ask for Mr. and Mrs. Bill C. Reid and

    the free booklet... /trv J.---- children of Jacksonville, and ADVENTIST CHURCH

    OUTDOOR LIGHTING" ...:rs CHEAPER. TOOt r Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells and Sabbath School [Saturday Bradford County TelegraphPRINTING

    chockful of ideas for Nina of Leesburg. !' 964-1324.
    yard garden, terrace S Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Priest I 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship.

    pool and patio:, ,,1tLPINt tUliO FLORIDA S Lamar and Loraine, were in 11 a. m. Located between Wil- AND OFFICE SUPPLIESIJ

    Lake City Sunday visiting 1th td .nd:
    1tl'.j son Griffis Loop. . '
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    and Mrs. George R. E. L. Marley, pastor. Pbont i : ....:.....:.. :.:.. -> -