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: January 3, 1963
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: UF00027795:01583
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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I nwrpryq kd I B & E Charges County Boards Set Bids Are Called A. G. Loudon Resigns -' i

i :: Placed Against On Civil Defense E. T. Martin Is I Named

iI New Year MeetingsDistrict

iI t) Bradford MenWarrants Warning Sirens CIa Co-Oo Manager :

I 2 County Commissioner mount dollar for dollar.

W. Roberts Jr. if the match .......
4W :- have been issuedby George pupil county can Bids to be returned by Jan- ., ...
will be the only new face seen the amount dollar for dollar
the Bradford County Sher uary 15 were called for this E. T. Martin of Keystone
next week when the commis- The will probably
r iff's Office for four Bradford money week by County Clerk Charles Heights is the new man-
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I County men on charges of sion and school board meet hare to come from capital Darby on four sirens costing ______. *,, t'-' tC +e 'sl iL ager of Clay Electric Co- I
for the first time in the new outlay funds, Morgan stated,
both grand ana petty larceny, about $3,855 which will form operative, succeeding A. G.
which usually to finance
according to Deputy Willard go the county's Civil Defense
year.Roberts building- repairs and new (Pat) Loudon who has
will take the
Williams. com- warning system against atomic -
: mission seat vacated by Mrs. classrooms."We attack. served as manager since
Elvin Doyle Casey, 34, and
; E. L. Crawford who was nota hope there will be 1940.
Richard Starling 21 each have County Civil Defense Direc-
some: increase in assessments Mr. Loudon submitted hi
1-3 bonds totaling $3.300 against candidate for re-election. tor Mrs. C. Ii. scholl said tnat
: to take of the slack," resignation last Oct. 4, to be
The up some
Starke insurance execu federal
them for two counts of petty government approvalfor
? : I tive beat his opponent, Ewell the superintendent said. tik 1IPL I effective as soon as the board
i it larceny and one of grand larceny $1.740 in matching funds,
Asked about the demise of directors. could find a suit
\ Lawson 1,175 to 557 in
Wilbur Austin 18, and a sec- leaving the county and its
the junior high school at able replacement. At a special
Bob Bales both of Highland ond run-off to win his seat. four incorporated towns a a
It will be Roberts' first termin Brooker, which there has meeting held Monday the
are charged with grand lar- balance of $2,115 to pay toward
been talk of because directors named Martin a3
some -
t.i ceny and are under bonds of public office here. the system, has been receive -
of low attendance Mor- : acting manager with his for-
$2,500 each, according to Wil- Incumbents Jessie R. Chas- Sirens will be placedin
1 ? r mal election to take place at
i liams. tain [County CommissionerDist. gan said the school board ha Starke, Lawtey Brooker,

t Casey and Starling are 4] and Dan W. Star- adopted a "wait and see" atti- and Hampton.All the co-op's annual meeting in

) i ij it charged with cutting down ling [School Board Dist. L tude. ; the sirens will have March.

5,400 feet of electric lines were the only other county separate sounds for alert The new manager joined

from poles and selling it to a officers who had to reclaim warnings and the more urgent Clay Electric in May 1947 aj
their offices in the mild off- office manager and for the
x take warnings. In addi-
Jacksonville junk dealer. They cover xMartin
t.J past three years has been ex
first cut down 2,400 feet on year election and both retained tion, Starke's new siren, be- Lou-
ecutive assistant to Mr.
October 3 of last year and sold I seats on their respective cause the old fire whistle is G
W Y't don. Before joining Clay Elec
the 107 pounds of copper fromit I boards by slim margins. on its last legs will have a
i tric he area auditorwith
was an
z for 24 cents per pound. Thenon I Mrs. Chastain led her opponent third sound to act as a fire and Loudon
s the Rural Electrification
1 October 17 the two cut I J. A. [R. G.] Griffis 280 whistle. There is no such (Photo by Gene Koza, Green Cove Springs) Administration.

f down 3,000 feet more and sold votes and Starling topped his ss thing as an "all clear" signal -
Martin is nativeof
Mr. 47 a
the copper from it for 28 I running mate, Othma J. she stressed.

cents per pound.In i [Ossie Norman 171 votes. It will take several weeks, ]easley Named a Keystone Illinois since and has 1947.resided He is in a

addition all four men Jerome Johns local gas at least, to get the sirens after -
Bradford band members crowd in to get on the train just ; past president of the Key-
I are charged with breaking and dealer and son of State Sena- bids are accepted Mrs. i
before 11 o'clock last Friday as they headed to 3Ilami j stone Heights Rotary Club
entering a vacant house in tor Charley E. Johns was Scholl said. Who will install General ManagerOf
the Kiiiff Orange Parade. The 82 member 1 and a member and Sunday
was also a Graham on two occasions and unopposed for the two year the system has not been decided IA
School teacher of the Com-
I guest at the Orange. Bowl game Tuesday. The band had stealing an RCA television unexpired term of Hogan yet, she said btnause
Church. He and his
seats close enough to President Kennedy to see him plainly valued at approximately $300. Smith who resigned shortly i' aRoberts no one knows how compli- REA Assn. wife munity Kitty have two sons.

daring the game. according to Deputy Williams.The after being elected to the i i cated the process will be. The retiring manager Mr.

grand larceny charge county board. Johns was appointed .
Loudon is a native of Belfast
against all four stem from the by the governcr to Bradford Tobacco M. L. Beasley business relations i
Ireland, and has been an Am-
t' BUS Band Returns breaking and entering incident fill the vacancy left by Smith director with Clay Electric r' erican citizen for 52 years.
Down From
which is a felony. but was required by law to run -.AL.. Cooperative since 1957 Mr., Loudon went to work for

and still in for the remainder of the un Last Year's has been named, general man- '
Casey Bales are Crop
Takes Office"I .,t Clay Electric as an engineerin
the Bradford County Jail but expired term in the next gen- ager,of.the Florida REA Cooperative -
April of 1940. and was nam-
! From Orange Bowl Wilbur Austin is free under eral election. don't know, but they Bradford County's 75 flue- Association, effective -' ed manager in October of the \

$2,500 bond. Rjchard Starlinghas County Clerk Charles Darby [Brooker residents think it cured tobacco growers sold FebL.: : same year; Before coming to t
4 never been arrested and and School Superintendent will pick up, and I certainly 443,750 pounds of leaf last Temporary headquarters of ------------------ Keystone he was employed by :

." the warrant against him is Harmon P. Morgan both were hope so, "Morgan said. The summer at an average of 54.7 the association will be in the M.\ L. Beasley the utilities department of

.' The Bradford High School utes during which the local still outstanding. asked about the future of hope is based on a housing cents per pound for a return Clay Electric Cooperative \ Williston.

J .Band, under the direction of band played 22 times. Deputy Williams said all the two bodies. project expected baom: in of 24264408., Planted acre building at Keystone Heights. offices' to be established somewhere The cooperative was estab-

I .Elden.Mathews,. arrived'home Television of the. BHS band four men have' confessed t3J '-- sings'-are going very Brooter :prim!trll$ because: : of age totaled 246.40. and average' Beasley said,. with permanent i i in this area 'In the fu- lished in 1938 and at the time

* .from, Miami and the Orange was particularly good. It was their; respective crimes. Casey smoothly now, but you cant the new hydrocarbons plant 'yield per acre was 1,801 ture.The association included 15 Mr. Loudon assumed manage- .

on camera longer than any free from the there. pounds. Futch's OfficeIs ment had only 18 employeesand I
[ Bowl, festivities at 5:30 a. m was on parole tell what will come Darby Florida in its
?I Wednesday. other band in the parade and Florida State Prison at Rai- answered. "It's usually Morgan said some elementary This was a 53,156.lb.. gain cooperatives about 2,400 customers. It
I while being seen and heard, grades would be the amount produced in ,( TransferredTo membership serving REA cus- I
1 j Leaving Starke last Friday:; ford where he was serving smooth this time of year probably over tomers from Marathon. in the has grown until at the pres-
t night the 82-member unit, the announcer gave consider- time for armed robbery. Bates though." he cautiously added. left at Brooker and that it 1861. but the average price I GainesvilleIn ent time there are 200 employees -
to Pensacola.
t marched in the King Orange able information about the is originally from Oklahomaand I "The financial state of the would not close down entirely was 5.8 cents per pound less keys .serving some 24,000 custo-

i 1\ Parade on New Year's Eve. city county school and the has been employed by the' county now is very good" the } if at all. "That would than the 1961 average. The a move toward a more terms Beasley has served of seven mers in a 12-county area. New

which was, televised nation- band itself. He even described State of Florida as an electrical clerk ended on a hearteningnote. I T, :e a nucleus,to build back average yield of 1,801 pounds efficient operation Assistant Heights as, and mayor term Keystone the customers are being added at
how the money was ;raisedto ao when the community per acre was 34 pounds higher Futch's one on the rate of about 150
We.. Local :Miami television technician, Williams said. The old board will meet State's Attorney MacK' town council there. He will be per
make the tnp. Miami view- toes pick ," he said. than the 1961 average yield tranSferred At the
stations also gave extensive but no records on him ar? Monday to close business and up office ,is being the first full time manager of month. present co-op
covering.The i ers reported that the BHS available now. Starling is from the new one will open the On salary supplements, the There were 84 growers in from Starke to Gainesville. the association. is building new heavy transmission -
band stayed at a ho- band looked and sounded ex- Graham and Austin from new year officially next Tues- superintendent said the board 1961 as compared with 75 Futch will occupy quartersin co-op lines from Keystoneto

tel on Miami Beach and all ceptionally. .. good on the tele- Highland. would not consider increments growers in 1962. the office of State Attorney j Palatka, and from Keystone

members attended the Or cast. National coverage of the day.But Superintendent Morgan "just for the football T. E. Duncan who said j House Burns, to Brooker to take care of the

ange Bowl game on New parade was edited to one had a slightly different storyto coaches." Social SecurityA the January 1 move to con growth in those areas.

Year's day. One of the recreational hour. The BHS band was Starke Council tell with county school enrollment "It might come up again centrate the offices will pro- J None Injured

activities was a considered good enough to be expected to increase but it won't be just for the representative of the vide a more efficient opera-
1 Sets l'' r l'JIIJI"'JI'IJIW i i ''''' ,Bradford Heart
shown Meeting
this and
was seen of-
coaches Morgan stated. The Gainesville Social Security Futch will still reside in
eighseeing boat trip around tt et next year by 129 students, tion. The home of Mrs.Ruby Wal-
by what Orange Bowl officials has already fice will be at the courthousein Assn. To Meet
Miami-Miami Beach area Tuesday Jan. 8 which means the school board board he said Starke however. don on the Forsyth graded
t estimated as 20 million people ,
laid that condition. Starke from 9:30: am. Fri- assistant state attor-
and a visit to the Seaquarium. must come up with an extra down The road southeast of Starke was
across the nation. Btarke'a $22,000 in 1963. The state The school board will meet day, Jan. 11, for the purposeof ney said his job required Committee chairmen of the
city council will I destroyed by fire about 2 &m
war-hip Parade officials estimatedthe contributes $200 per pupil if Monday, Jan. 7, for its first conducting social security nearly all his time now and in Bradford County Heart Association
hold its next regular Tuesday, Jan. 1. No one was
recreation room of the hotel crowd viewing the parade the county can match the a., session of the new year. business. that his private practice here the house at the time, and all will meet at 8 p.m.

by Chaplain Charles Phipps. .I at 500.000 the largest ever to I Tuesday, January 8, at 7 pm, was "almost negligible" due to of its contents were also de- Friday, Jan. 11, in the direc-

Selected band members pro witness the King Orange e- according to City Clerk Merrill the very limited amount of stroyed.A tors room of the Florida Bankat

vided the music. Those wishing vent. Director Mathews statesthat !I Edwards. Chuck MooreBradford time he could devote to it. neighbor discovered th Starke. Purpose of the
the band received meeting will be to organize
I; to attend their own con- The meeting will be thi blaze and notified the fire department -
tinuous applause as the members Civitans To Meet the 1963 fund drive.
at nearby
church services second Tuesday of the month but the flames were
marched and H
I churches were provided transportation described this as the played.most re" rather than the usual firs; Cage Captain Sets Pace i The Starke Civitan Club too far advanced by the time THURSTON ELEMENTARYTO

to and from the I will meet for its regular break- the fire-fighters arrived. Th snow MOVIE
sponsive he has Tuesday which fell
group eve; on Ne 7 .
church. Bradford High Cage Cap- fast session next Tuesday at house is outside the city lim
Approximately 50 bands' (Continued on Page 61 Year's Day. The motion picture The
tain Chuck Moore is livingup 6:45: am. in the Gold House
marched in the two-hour parade to his title so far this Restaurant.It its.Mrs.. Waldon is employed at ,, Call of the Wild," will be

and 14 were from out of I will be a business meet- Sunland Training Center in shown at the Thurston Elementary -
In Local season as the team's leaading ,
state. The BHS band was a- GymCage scorer with 69 points and a ing and no prpgram is plan- Gainesville and was at workat I I School Saturday
the three Florida units Jan. 5.
aJ reputation as the Tornadoes' ned. the time. i i I
from outside the Miami area -

and marched near the mid- Action To best outside shot. ...
Resume His biggest achievement < ..r' -. : 'g _
Actual I ... :
point of the parade. '< -
and his biggest thrill so far. I{ .". '-'" t. :
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min-[ -r
marching time was 50 .
I: Friday With FernandinaVarsity he scored says against was the Live 19 points Oak he in !L t.I ''...''-.'- ..' "" .'. 1 1 fiih

I the championship game of the I

cage action will resume John Williams, a junIors behind Christmas Tournament to '

at Bradford High this only one with 68. teammates to the ,
;r TV Bandstand point pace his : .
Friday night, January 4, when & .i .
team's aggressive ball crown and the team's most ____
STAGE SHOW the Tornadoes take on the handler and play maker junior impressive win in two years. tfy,4 14iAk0urt

f Pirates from Fer n a n diva Bobby Moody, also helps: The 19 points also led the _

I Beach for the first time this out in the scoring column and scoring that night, most of

Country Music season. is third in line with 41 points. it coming from outside jump

Play is scheduled to beginat Captain Moore also had the shots and is the most,points

Opry 7 p.m. with the Tornado most.'points for a single game scored in any one game this .

junior varsity but Fernandina's at 19 against Live Oak and i season by any Tornado.

Sponsored By B-squad will not make the Williams again trails one with "He's doing a fine job aa t 1 ..;."., ?

trip and another opponent will 18 against Hawthorne. captain and leading scorer" -. ", ...... '
Starke Rotary Club have to be found. Coach Erwin Fourth in far is
scoring so said Coach Erwin: Land, "He .
I i Land said Monday he forward Ernest Jenkins, the has a good one-hand set shot

High School Auditorium would make "every effort" to team's top rebounder alCng and good one-hand jump

I land an opponent by Friday. with Williams with 31 points. shot." the coach added."I .

I Saturday, Jan. 12 Game time will be set back a Junior Richard Hobbs the don't think Chuck has
I half hour to 7:30. if only the to
t I shortest man on the squad o d. reached his potential yet. and

: Tickets on sale by all varsity plays. Land said. but one of the best ball hand- that also goes for the rest A

The Tornado varsity will go lers and play makers is In fifth F-- of the team" Land said.

members of Rotary Club into Friday's game with only Place with 24 coints. He is

I Ii I three wins against four losses only two points ahead of junior I who Moore can is hit a from 5' 11"the forward deepest New U. S. 301 Cuts Wide SwatheStarke I

but that fact be
can somewhat forward Harold Bishop who at -
I part of the corner and also -
This Space Contributed overlooked by their glowing 22 points has just begun to is good enough as a ball is facing 1963 with a ::rerouting and four-laning nearly to Alachua County line, a distance '
victory over a good Live Oak come into his in the last 1-
own Land to : 14 miles of this major north- of 8.2 miles.In .
r Weekly to Publicize handler for Coach new look, on South Walnut
team to win their own first '
few .
I annual games. play him there quite a bit. Street, as re-routed U. S.. 301 south artery. The improvements Clay County, 5% miles of 'I
Community Events by Christmas Basketball Other point makers have Y This makes his fifth year of (under construction) cuts a. in Bradford include rerouting the highway are being rerouted -

I Tournament. been senior Billy Dowling with basketball and his second on the ,left in' of the highway south with new four-lane construction I
-I i wide swathe to I
the Tornadoes go into 18. Gary Kouba with 15. Gary .. between Highland and
the BHS He began
The CommunityState I their eighth game this year Cole 4, Barry Firth and AndyStrickland JCaptala Chuck Moore, the Tornadoes' leading score r his cage career varsity.in the 7th above photo. The,present route :from the courthouse in Starketo Maxvffle.
i Captain Chuck business eliminate two right angle
I Moore a senior 2 each and David through the season's first seven names foes up for a baskel 1 t t grade at Lawtey Junior: of 301, directly through The Bradford work Is scheduled
I and the team's most reliable in tic business district
Bank shooter from outside the Blaisdell has yet to tally although against Live Oak as his 19 points led the Tornadoes to victory High and played a year oft district is at right. turns for completion next September ,

he has logged sometime and to the championship of the Christmas Touraamen JV ball in Starke before mai. SOI is currently undergoing and four-Taning the remainder and the Clay job in
key, leads team scoring with I I
i I I through of the'hJg'hwa7. south of Stark*!iJune."I' .
." 69 points. Tall [6'4WJ center in varsity action this year. -"'-- --\ -.- ...... [Continued on Page 61 extensive improvement 1

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:Mrs. Linton Taylor Jr. flew Peggy, Joan and Jerry I Miss Annie Saunders spent' Mrs. Lewis Robinson of 2nd Semester Mr. Prevatt 62 ''Buzzy Green Gets I

to Frankfurt Germany on ,Crenshaw of Gainesville were the Christmas holidays with j Apopka is the guest this weekof ,

Friday to join Lt. Taylor at visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L. her sister, Miss Cora Marlowe : Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demor- Adult Classes Of JacksonvilleRobert UF Law Degree

the Kirach Goena Army Base in South. Bay. j
Cbitty from Thursday to Tues- est.Mr. Are Scheduled : December 21
I for 14 months. Mr. and Mrs. CI.. Jeffords j and Mrs. Bill Sipes and I
dPlv. ;
Mrs. B: C. Lee of Seffner is Mr. and Mrs.- Guv;.., Sale and of Jacksonville were Saturday': family of Douglas Ga. hay? Second semester adult edu- M. Prevatt. 62, a native R. A. Buzzy] Green Jr.. received -

t : spending several months with dflerht >r. Lirvlq, visitM Mr!;. visitors/of: Mr. and.. Mrs. George' moved Into the Adkins1' house. '! cation classes will meet for I of Bradford County, died his LLB degree from
,. ,, GLADYS MOOTT PHQNE 964-051 and Mrs. V. O. Bridges. Huggins. at 210 E. Adki& St. '
... Mr.; JoHn Pal" aid Mrs. John VatPS | j the first time nest Monday; }', ;! Saturday afternoon at his the University Florida College
Catherine Wells and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Herlong Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Carrat j '
Mrs. 7:30-9:30
| 7 from
".. January : : p. I Jacksonville. He
* ? v M +e. ( .Q 011 J"hv home in wasI of Law on Dec: 21 and
Jay of Columbus, Ohio spent Christmas week with returned to their home in i
son ) ) Director
OJ to
m. according
4 Mrs. Lucile Davis spent last Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Ed- and .T'In p.PT\TI' ;::Sinn of TVlV- Program I retired salesman and had is now associated with the law
Friday visitors of Dr. relatives in Jacksonville. Starke Dec. 21 after spending
I on
Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. \ .wards of Sneeds spent Thurs- ."", e H""n>, e'v>nt (1-u'id"tQ! I' L. H. Gibson. i lived in Jacksonville since 1939, firm of Green & Green in
Mrs. H. G. Bollinger. II Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan I the past four months visit. Classes will meet usualon
Rufus Tatum in Jacksonville, day to Monday with his parents i",,olr iHv his nqrents. Mr and as I moving there from Lawtey.
and and daughter- Scarke He is the son of Mr.
I I Mrs. C. L. Harper daughter of Jacksonvillewere I ing their son and Wednesday
Monday, Tuesday, -
and Thursday and Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Ed- U,. (1..i.1 Conn.TH.
j daughter, Clara of Stone Christmas day guests of in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Chris J and Thursday nights Surviving are four daughters 'and :Mrs. Lex Oren and a
Mr. and Mrs. H. G- Davis Jr. wards. 1\\.).!. ..,; 1\0\ : Chr1 v 71lfffl Ii
Mountain. Ga. were last Wed- .. I Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Jordan. j Carratt, in Athens, Greece. :, Gibson said, and may be takenon 1 Mrs. Grace O'Dabashianof graduate of Braaiord County
and family in Gainesville.Miss I !.1r. and Mrs. Merrill Ed- ,.f ('\1T.. f1" wo** ";IOtna;
nesday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Debbie Chace of Jackson- and touring several countries i semester basis for either New Orleans La., Mrs. Oscar High School.Mr. .
Moried Killingsworth wards and family were Christ- ",R- ..... I 'I'of..... 'T' j..._ t'\1" last a i ,
I of Birmingham, Ala. is spend- mas day guests of Mr. and I V. O. Bridges. Fri "7 P''l C::Qt'1r'vv n viiie spent Sunday to Tuesday including Syria, the Holy I toward a high school diplomaor I ;sperry Mrs jeanettfi Green is married to the
Capt. and Mrs. Don Koretzof : with her aunt Mrs. Etta Hoover. Land. Bi.erut, and the Islandof for reviewA I
ing several weeks with Mr. Mrs. Lloyd Edwards in Jack- I '" ..", A ?'.4i'.. F. T,.. 'Qw <:; 1: Burch and Mrs. M. F. Pjlant, ., former Sandra Jones of Starke
Mrs. Hoover also had. asl Carratts -
The returned
Patrick AFB were holiday; Cyprus. I fee of semester is
and Mrs. J, H. Dennis.Mr. sonville. anti rtoiujrhtor.. V-....pn of TV Hildabelh'I' $2 per 1 alibI Jacksonville; two sisters, and they hate two dauhters
I of her mother. Mrs. Ar- Sunday guests Mrs. hi time to spend j "
each taken.A I"
guests charged course
and Mrs. W. F. Gooding Mr. and Mrs. Paid Shupe I ,...,,1'. &Q. *">+* New V a: ? hril_ '! Mrs. Selma Eunice and, Mrs Kathy and Melanie. They
Bence I Dr.
I len McKnight. and Miss Nita Downin Christmas with their son, schedule of classes is pub. :
and son, Chip of Charleston and of Merritt Island visited I
f"'av V1'.to:: Mr: ani :MrsVr
spent Christwas of Jacksonville. James Carratt. in Daytona I Purvis Brown. ana two brothers have moved back to Starke
, I V. O. Bridges I I lished elsewhere in this issue
i- S. C. spent the New Years her parents Mr. and Mrs. V..OOYnTi1"n". -
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest, during the day and night with Mr. T, c1..f.I Rodney: Herlong of Jackson- Beach. i of The Telegraph. For further J. C., and. Fonzo- Prevatt from Gainesville: and ate occupying -
< D. W2 c visiintr -
H. K. Davis. "-C and Mrs. George Bridges in ville was visiting his grandpa-' Mr. and'Mrs. R. F. Demorest i> information contact L. H. Gib- all of Lawtey; five grandchildren .their, home at 323 N.
holidays. ffr. orrt| )\Tr?: Ha1r h HPfv _
Jacksonville.Mr. rents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Her- j entertained a few friends ata son, program director usa and one great-grand-
Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell\ Mr. and Mrs. Dean Black- in Live Oak over thew".1r I Walnut St. [the former Stern-
and Mrs. V. E. Dowlingof long, from Thursday. to Tues-1 delightful New Years ,Eve Building or write Drawer 100, .
'I N. Norman drove to Cocoa Beach well and D. E. Blaekwell visited nrl.1'1' child. i j: berg house.]
Jacksonville and Mr. and day. The Herlongs also had ) party at their home on Park I Starke.
!'f .. on Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Floyd )\ 1IIT\t1 Mrs..lim t't-Mtpen Funeral arrangements were :I II will take the
Mrs. Ronnie Andrews and their: family home for NewYear's I Place Monday evening.Mr. Mr.. Green,
l Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby and children in Wilmington, anti fomii-n snont Christmas: 1 or ,& Sons]jI { in
in Hardage Bar examination
family o! Ba>]Iess Highwa Day including Mr. and and Mrs. George Pierce : charge .' ,:Florida '
-v Mrs. Johns 73
Jr. and family spent Christmas N. C during the Christmas I
I 'mP..tr vmarid] M1. M. C. I Miami
I II were New Year's day guests Mrs. W. H. steinmeyer, Mr had as holiday: guests Mrs.Pierce's Funeral Home,! Jacksonville. next
I ,weekend with Mrs. Crosby's Holidays.Mr. Ftit1: MIIOO\ \ :i: Murv Krnwnle ; I Ij'
,Services Held
of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley An- and Mrs. L. M. Ritch and i father. R. C. Cart- I
I parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. and Mrs. R. W. Dou- drews. QJ'A r-.o;. H. T. Brownlee in daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Mark wright, and sister Miss Pauline .
W. Townsend, in Atlanta, Ga ville and family of Pensacola, 1"91110" Ch'irrh Va. Sunday, Dec. 30
Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Barry attended Herlong and daughter, and: Cartwright of Cleveland :
Mrs. J. A. Dankel and Miss Lloyd Grider of St. Simon Island So-to t 1-c nonal:: Hnrdens Mr. and Mrs. F. V.
Dankel of Waycross. Ga. the Orange Bowl pa- Herlonj : Tenn. Mrs. Mamie Sweat Johns. AMEUU'SDeluxe __
Mary and Merle Grider of "'rnok s arrived m Okinawa on
I over and son, all of Jacksonville. '
rade and game in Miami .
N. 73 widow of the late Corley '
Mr. and Mrs. ,
Fernandina Beach spent the fltl. 9''fi for three years tourntv. Mr. and Mrs. _
I Jt':( S. Dankel several days last holidays with their parents, the weekend. ,...f "' Cleveland Ohio Henry Meyerof Mrs. Jones, 82 Johns, died Friday morningat ; No.1 I
Mrs. Ernest Huggins an"I' I were .the home of her son, Robert -
week. Mrarid Mrs. R. H. Grider.Of son Ronnie, of Alachua were ]1IK1'0V.: B. Bnvd and sons. Christmas holiday guests of Of Melrose
Al-c and Mrs. Robert L. interest here to friendsof ,, of St. Johns after an extended
I Christmas eve guests of Mrs. I nH MrW. R. Brsnnen : Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Haas. HeldMrs.
I Cooper of Biloxi, Miss. and A- former Starke residentsMr. W. B. Alexander 'and Miss I ppter bur!? were last Th..sdav -I Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes Services illness. She was born, July, 31, TV )I
2c' and Mrs Donald Cooper and Mrs. W. It. Morse: of I inncripon guest?; of :Mr. spent Monday and 1889 in Baker County and had i
\ Wilma Alexander.Mr. Georgia Augusta Jones
arid baby of McDill AFB were McKinney Texas, is the an- aM Mr!?, W. H. Nollman. with their son-in-law and lived in Starke for many ;
Frank Herlong
. and Mrs. 82, a resident of Melrose for -
1 ,. .. Christmas holiday guests of nouncement of the birth of and grandson, Ray Hesse, and Mrs. Bertha Pearce snen!. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John 50 years, died at her home years. VALUE

r Mr. and Mis. James Cooper their third grandchild, Law- Claire Coleman of Saluda, S. Christmas!' w*>pk with relativesin Deas, in Lake City. there on Christmas Day. She i Besides her son, she is survived -
and daughter, and C. L. Cooper Alexander Jacksonville.Mrs. by five daughters, Mrs.
rence Simpson. son i C. were holiday guests of Dr. Local patients admitted to was born in Augusta, Ga. on
I of Chiefland. of Mr. and Mrs. Albert R., and Mrs. H. H. Adams. Lois Barrett of Miami Bradford County Hospital dur- I Marvin Haynes and Mrs. Hazel \, ., Compact

I: Mrs. W. E. Dowling and Simpson, on Oct. 4. Mrs., Stevie Simmons of Miami was visiting Mr. and::! Mrs. Jesse -. ing the past week include: Nov. 15, 1881.Surviving I Sitka, both of Lacoochee; Styling -
p visiting her Newsome from Friday to are a daughter I .
daughters were Simpson will be rememberedas : was visiting John Adams dur- William Rhoden, Samuel Grady Mrs. Jeanette Wright Bradenton -
parents Mr. and Mrs. Roy I Monday.SP Malanar j Mrs. Lula Mae Carber of Fort. 19" PORTABLE '
the former Sylvia Morse. ing Christmas week. Hersey. Alice Mrs Ida Mae Browning,,
Mathews, in Palatka during 4-c John Mack Newsomeof Myers; three sons Willis, ; ,
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins spent the: Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Moseley Kite, 'Mildred Glisson, Nancy Costa Mesa, Calif.; and Mrs,,
the Christmas holidays. Her Christmas holidays with Mr.. and family of Plant City spent Fort Benning. Ga. was visiting Hendry; Mrs.. D. E. KnIght. Johnny, and Otis Ford Mel
j j nlcnce. Linda Hood, returned his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ella and half-sister, Mrs. Dorothy Lee Smith,. Jasper. ELECTRIC Inc.
and Mrs. Fred Guy and Mr. several days last week with Jean SmAi"and _Elena rose; one WINKLER% 1
with them for the weekend. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and I her mother. Mrs. Edith Chris Jesse Newsome. from Sunday Lou Canova. Lena Wall, Green Cove Also surviving are three sisters ,

) Mrs. Bobby Ferguson majoring tiansen. to Wednesday. :Mr. and Mrs '. Mrs. Charles. "'McQuaig 'and I Springs. Mrs. Annie Saunders and

I ; in Elementary Education families. m Gainesville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Bagwell Morris Williams and familyof children of Waycross. Ga, Graveside services were held I Mrs. Sally Anthony, Starke, A GOOD SELECTION OF USED TVs I
U. of F., will intern and Mrs. A. G. Loudon. Folkston -
at Ga. joined their II
j Jr. and daughter of St. Pet- spentj 'Thursday_ to Monday in the Melrose Cemetery under and Mrs. Cera Marlowe, Soutl!I
and and Mrs. W. T. Jack-
-- in Mrs. It. S. Mullins' second with family, the Newsomes, on ewYear's : 231 N. Temple Ave. Phone 9G4-4301 ,
: son attended the wedding ol ersburg spent Christmas with ,her. parents, Mr. and : the direction of Williams-
at Southside Elementary day. Bay.Funeral
grade I
school for the next 14 weeks. a nephew Friday evening in l Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Bagwell. Mr. and Mrs. Buzzy Green Mrs.I Mack" WilliamS.. I Thomas Funeral Home of services were helc TV SERVICE THE KIND YOU LIKE
Mr- and Mrs. W. R. Walters 'Iis& Marjorie Strickland of Gainesville. at 2 p.m. Sunday in the De-
Miss Idell Landrum and Williston- and daughters have moved -
of Reidsville, Ga. were weekend Atlanta. Ga. Witt C. Jones Chapel witl
was visiting Mr.
" ; Patrick Parrish of Durham. N Mrs. L. S. Hutto had a i back from Gainesville'and are 1I
,, C., Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sieffer- holiday guests, Mrs. Vera I guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. I occupying their home at 323 and Mrs. 'F, W. Strickland on- steno :Notebooks I Steno Rev. Bob Badgett of the Rrei. Our Telephone Number in the Yellow pages of Our

D. Tenly. Sunday guests were Saturday., Ko-rect Type, Typewriter Christian Church officiating Telephone Hook is Listed Wrong-Please Check
man of Tampa and Mrs. J. Smith and sons of Orange- N. Walnut St. ,
d. F. Rogers of Jacksonville wereI burg S. C., and Mr. and Mrs.. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Tenly of Mrs. George Flynn Jr., and Mrs.: : Marian Moyer is in Pens, Typing? Paper Erasers, Burial was in the family ploliiV Regular Section for Correct Number.

holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. *J.'. F. Hutto and family ol Gainesville.Rev. children spent the weekend in 'Miami for several weeks visit- Ribbons, The TELEGRAPH.' I Conner Cemetery. I

.' Merritt Williams. Jacksonville. and Mrs. Jess Sher- Tampa with her parents, Mr. ;ing Mr. and ':Mrs. N., .P. Ri- ,

I d. Dr. and Mrs. R- S. Mullins Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt returned wood and family of Bartow, and Mrs. R. S. McAteer.Mr. 'caroi'and family. \ :- ,

: and family spent last Monday last Wednesday froma t former Starke residents, were and Mrs. Ira Truex and Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutch- ,- ,. '
to Thursday in Ocala with ten-day visit with theii visiting friends here the past Mrs. Frank Kuhn were in Pa- 'iifgs' spent the Christma3 I
: their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. son-in-law and daughter. Dr week.Mr. latka and Flagler Beach on weekend in Tavares with their ,

" T. Izlar and Mr. and Mrs. G. and Mrs. V.V.. Stricklanc:i and Mrs. R. R. chism business and pleasure Saturday daughter and family, :Mr. and I
and family were in Miami Mrs. R. A. Green. Co
; W. Mullins. Jr. Li DesMoines, la. .
!-,i, d from Sunday to Wednesday Mrs. J. R Kite spent the Mr. and tIre; Z. R. Jones in m unit u tate6anlz

.visiting Albert Kruce.. Mr.Mrs1. anti Christmas weekend with, relatives 'and son. Bob, of Donaldson- ; ;
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Jack and : ;
Zimmerman and friends in Talla- ville Ga., Mr. and Mrs. j I ,
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l. : Mr. and Mrs. George 'hassee and Pelham, Ga Thomas Jones of Warner RouiI -! I
.. Sr. ._ "
" 'Mr.-and"Mrs'E: : J. ;DOwlih'g bins--wne:: t5HtardaT guests of SIarIc
: 0/ .
I. .
... FLORIDAi Mr. and Mrs. Milton St. Sr. had as Sunday dinner, I Judge an3 Mrs T. A. Yawn. \: : :; .'
. Peter and son and Miss Beryl guests Mr. and Mrs. C. L. I Mr. and Mrs. H!. E. Bradley I .

Holland of Gainesville wer- Currie and daughter. Janice, and family were New Year'si' I STARKE, FLORIDA 1

last Wednesday evening visi-' of Lake City. Jack Dowling of Eve overnight guests of Mr.:'; -

! : tors of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miami and Mr. and Mrs. E.. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller. : .j--

i -. E46TRE-- Mooty and their house guests. C. Long and daughter Mar-, Mr. &nd Mrs. H. L. Speer :

1\ : I. Mr- and Mrs. C. A. Sanborn of :i tha, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dow. have had as guests Mr. and 1

Lake Worth.Mr. ling and family and Mrs. Ernest Boland and children -',
Mr. and
, :: Sunday-2 P. M.\ Mon. Thru Fri.-5:45 P. M, and Mrs. Robbie Shal- Mrs. Gene Long and daughters of Athens, Ga. during STATEMENT OF CONDITION I I ,1

ler entertained at "0 pen all of Starke. Christmas week, Mr. and Mrs : ,
: h ue" last Thursday and Friday Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Sol-. A. E. Speer of Ochlochnee. Ga. j I. r J .. : 4 t tot ',

SATURDAY, JANUARY 5 nights. ano spent the holidays with. last Thursday, 'and Mr. and : DECEMBER 31 1962

" Double Feature\ Program PFC. Marvin Brown of Fort Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Miller in i Mrs. C. J. Cheves of Griffin: ,.. '
: Knox, Ky. was home for the Miami. Ga. over the weekend. I 11 I
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holidays.Col. Mrs. E. J. Dowling Sr., is Tombo Smith spent Christmas I

\. and Mrs. J. W. McNeerof visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. M. week with a college I '

I PIER ANGEU..I EDMUND PURDOH New Port Richey were hol- Lee and family in Lakeland' friend in New York City. From I .-. ., i

iday guests of Mrs. M. F. from Wednesday to Friday., Thursday to Tuesday Tombo' OFFICERS ; ;

\ WHITESSVESHIP..COL.ORSCOPE Brown. She was accompanied by Miss and Miss Ingrid Goldstein of i Resources
Mickey Hinson of Atlanta. Mary Ann Long who is visit-. the. University of Georgia, r I

Ga, Miss Angie Dunagan of ing college friends in Bart w' Athens, Ga. were visiting Mrs. f EMPLOYEES; 0 *-
: Tift College and Rev. and Miss Margaret Rose Duncan Eoline Smith and family. ': Cash and Due From Banks $ 551,636.26

Mrs. Roger Ezell of Clinton, was in Birmingham, Ala. from L Mrs. Lex Green entered Doc : S. E'Sirnmohs, .* '- .
r-- AND Miss. were holiday guests of Sunday to Thursday visiting tor's Hospital last Friday IU Chairman. of Board I 'I

I -- -,e- -- I Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Dunagan Mr and Mrs. Dan Mayfield. a medical patient. U. S. Gov. Securities a a a 1,246,957.51
Jack Dowling of Miami Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Joinei, Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and Charley I E. John, .,
I. President ... '
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"K spent Saturday to Tuesday of Winter Garden spent New r daughter. Evelyn, were in

IKorAvK1&t' with his grandparents, Mr. Year's with their soninlawand Manchester Ga. from Saturday Norman H -AVillis, Loans and Discounts .: 983,891.83

: and Mrs. E. J. Dowling Sr. daughter, Mr. and Mrs., to Tuesday visiting Mr. Exec.!: V. P. I t bII'''I r' -. .

I 'oocrrb'!: : Mrs. T. D. Dyal spent the W. S. Haas. and Mrs. Welby Griffith. They E. M. Brinson, Furniture and Fixturcs .
: : ; : a. 17,513.87
tA holidays with her daughter, SP-5 D. Ritch Green Velum s will return to Orlando on Friday '.
Vice President ,
: ....... Mrs.: J. F. Ellerbee and family to Fort Leonard Wood. Mo. or t after spending the holidays r' \ .

A Fairview Production A Universal"' r.1&: (: Helena: in Panama City. Jan. 7 after ten days leave with Mrs. W. S. Slade G. Newcomb, Other Real I Estate .1. 3 107 99
a a a a .
Cashier ,
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. and family.
] Newcomb with his mother. Mrs. Nelson l '!i' ,
: Plus "Gerald McBoing on Planet Moo" and son. Chuck. were in Or- Green, and family.Mr Cpl. and Mrs. W. H. Johns Margaret I. Miller, .t, :

CartoonS j .lando...+- .Christmas. .. day and I .. .Rl1n.h...'.; ..-.. vv.Tnspnh.I--:: th1.u' __/-.. of Augusta Ga., and Mrs. Ni- Ass't, :: Cashier, 'i ., 11' .. i ..
I weanesaay visiting Mr. and ken Jr. and family returned L na Andrews and daughter JeanO.Norman

Mrs. E. W. Newcomb and Mrs.H. Tuesday from two( weeks visit; Lynn. of Atlanta were hohda/ Teller TOTAL RESOURCES $2,803,197.46
P. Moye. with Mr. and Mrs. Bakken Sr., guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. c ,,4* '
Sun. Mon. Tues. Jan. 6 7 8 \ i t
Mrs. R. A. Newsom visitedMr. in Wahpeton, N. D. Powell. Florence Plucker ,

and Mrs. R. E. Mathews Mr. and Mrs. Billy DeaKng Mrs. W. H. Edwards Sr.. Head Bookkeeper. .

I : Uproarious, Adult Sophisticated Comedy 1 in Lakelan.j Christmas week. and family of Jacksonville,,p and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Roy- Beverly Welch, ,

1 Rev. and Mrs. R. E. McBlain and Mr. and Mrs. Imnan I ster Jr. and children of Jacksonville Bookkeeper Liabilities i ; I ; ; '

spent last Tuesday to Friday Green, and Mr. and Mrs. Boss and Mr. and Mrs. Ed- .

I with their daughter and family Pass and their families of[ wards Jr. and family of Kings- Cleona Reagan, ? '. l .

I Mr. and Mrs. George Fortu- Starke were New Year's day ley Lake were New Year's day Bookkeeper .
nas in Apalachiola. Mrs": JoAnn Thompson Deposits a a a a a a a a a a a. $2,553,227.09
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. dinner guests of ,Mr. and ,

I Mrs. J. G. Millican of Pa- I Green. Drew Peddish.Airs. : Drive-In ; : ',.i .. .

I latka spent the holidays with Miss Gail Draper of Jacksonville S. L. Peek Sr. spent '
I i: Unearned Interest a' .'
: a a'a a : 43,869.86
: h Mrs. A. E. McKinney. was a weekend guestof last Tuesday to Thursday with, I

: 1\\at1\ u I Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Ler Green Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward la' I 4 i .

spent the New Years hol- and family.Mr. Lake City. DIRECTORS Capital Stock j. .
\ : a a -a.- 100,000.00
f M\nK iday with her sister Mrs. W. and Mrs. A. F. Gamer Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Noegel i ,,

O.. COL .-caGIGYOUNGJ1nnWlmAnOlt8 E. Middleton. returned Wednesday from a and children. Sharon and Larry H. H. Adams, M. D. 1 ::' !' _

U .__- -- : Mrs. E. F. Miles visited Mr.I week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. spent from Saturday to Surplus a a a - :a -.. f. a 55,000.00
and Mrs. Billy Miles in Mac- Al Gamer in Fort Lauderdale.Mr. Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. E. .'1. B lIMon .

Plus "Room and Bored" Cartoon clenny on New Year's day. and Mrs. Jesse Sublettof I George TJmstead in Fort Lau. Pete G. FeIos, 'M. D. 4 1

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morar andi Murfreesboro: Term spent derdale and also attended ,the : : Undivided Profits a a a :':a, _. 27,375.39

son of Panama City were vis- the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Orange Bowl parade and gamein Charley E. 'Johns I' i' .* ?,'
Wednesday, Thursday --- Jan. 9, 10 I iting Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson Harry Green. Miami.Mr. .
Reserve Acc't. .
Hollis V. Knight' a a a a a a 23,725.12
last Wednesday to Satur- MIS. "Blanche Englanderand .,and Mrs. H. M. Richarde

: HOST IKCREDiBLElfRilEl STORY IN U.S. NAVY HISTORY! I.I day. The Lawsons also had as children of Port Lauderdale M I had as Sunday dinner guests Lelia S. Mundy . I I I

\ visitors Saturday to Monday i and Nancy and Dee,1 Mrs Anni e R- Norman Mr.

: Ii I i their daughter, Miss Elizabeth : Clark of Eau Gallie spent the andfMrspJoe H/att/ and childt :; D.; B.Odom't .

.. Lawson. and Miss Georgia Le- :holidays with lira., C. L. Williams. 11 ren. Mr. and Mrs. "Bruce Nor'. : TOTAL LIABILITIES $2,803,197.46
beau of West Palm Beach. man and daughter, and Mrs. S. E Simmons I-UH f ', ,
: i i lit ; i
Mrs. J'B.. Sapp and Mrs. I Walter Jennings of FSU has Lyle Buck and daughter all of Norman H. 'Willis :

W B. Mundy visited Mr. and been home for the holidays.Mr. I Jacksonville. The Richardes '

i Mrs. Lee French and family and Mrs. Ralph Kazar- I also had as Christmas !day' i.--. .

in Gainesville on Sunday.Mr. ian of Orlando spent the holidays -I guests Mr. and Mrs. Hamil- .

and Mrs. George H. with her parents Sen. ton Ritcii and granddaughte: -

Stevenson of Decatur Ga. are and Mrs. Charley Johns. of Johnson.Mr. '. 1 'A Friendly; Bank In'A e'.1dlr"Commu.nty";

spending the holidays with Dr, FyI; Tommy Huggins returned and: Mrs. R E. "Ed I v .
J" ?. "4 .- i..1 i ,.
'and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. 1 to Aberdeen Proving mondson'and sons, Bobby'and ,

i It iC* r ( T .- 'N'VtIA1..iM.LTiAt Q.USS j Mrs. Haynes and Mrs. Steven. i Grounds. Md :on Wednesday I Dickie, spent Christmas at Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation .. .

Plus "Rocket Racket'_ 'Cartoon son were in Clearwater last. after: two weeks visit with his i, their lodge near Blck ,Moun- !f i'I. ;

Friday visiting Dr., and Mrs. ]parents Mr" and Mrs. George tauN.. C. .
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I have been added, such as the Motels GetWarning I are disrupted. by the enforced !I j, your pockets in 1963.
Old Copies Of Florida Advocate railroad shops, turpentine "rights" of a very small mi- |I Air Mail stamps will be seven e!

camps, etc., and East Starke On nority. He said these small i cents, and government stamped (

has also built up considerably groups often try to "demand' post cards will be four cents.

Reveal 'Goings On' Of 1900The within 10 years. equal rights rather than "ear- Social Security Hike

r July 19, 1900 Ad Rate SignsFlorida I ning" them. The Social Security tax hike

GLADYS MOOTY PHONE S64-OK1 I AN IMPROVEMENT Also among the neglected)'which went into effect Jan. 1,

I I Telegraph hasn't always -i EXCITEMENT :IN New Episcopal Church Being motel owners have majorities listed by Judge : is a long-planned move to pro-

I been the only newspa-I EAST STARKEThe Built In This City been warned by the State Ho- Yawn were taxpayers whose I i vide necessary financing for

Woman's Club per in Starke. One of several I colored of tel Commission that all signs interests are not served, he the far-flung system. Two
I population I
I To Hear FormerI I a.w that have blossomed here i ]East Starke in a terrible The handsome Episcopal advertising rates must tell the said, by a minority of office- 'similar increases are scheduledin
a II I from time to time, and then I state of excitement the Church that formerly stood in whole :story, and not be mis- I seekers who promise spending:I 1966 and 1968. The present::
:: over
Hungarian TeacherThe P passed on to the happy hunting Fairbanks has been taken down leading. 'increase changes the rate from
in order to vot-
I fact i that a large black bearis programs
ground of fading ink and yel- : in sections and is being re- According to state law, a" 3 1/8 per cent to 3 5/8 per
International Relations {? lowed paper was The Florida J running rampant. through erected on the ground owned motel rate sign showing prices -I cent each for the employe and
1 that neighborhood.The
department, under Mrs. F. J. *k 1z, !' Weekly Advocate. I bear has made several by the Episcopalians here, must also include, in sim. :es.Mail the employer. For selfemployed -

Pellum, chairman, will presentthe i } Thanks to F. M. Prewitt of : which is situated at the foot lIar-sized writing, the numberof I Costs persons, the rate will move
attacks! on people of that sec-
program at the Starke Wo- Plant City, a former editor of I: of Jefferson Street on the rooms in the establishment j from 1.7 to 5.4 per cent. The
NW/ tion. Last night An-
man's Club meeting, Wednes- 4 a + The Advocate, several of its f drew' Elbert Saturday barely escaped being same lot where the other and the rates for each, whether -. To Be Hiked $4,800 maximum wage base for

day afternoon, Jan. 9, at 3:30 t /1 0 issues have been presented to j torn to A night or church stands. The new church the quoted rates apply to payment of the levy is not

o'clock at the club house. The Telegraph, and the fol- two before pieces.this, several of! will be 20 x 50 feet, and will single or multiple occupancy, 'January 7 changed.The .

; I Ij Mrs. Pellum will have as the lowing are some interesting) John Stefles' children were be in the shape of a cross, the and the effective dates of the j' 'I postage increases were

speaker, Elek Lehoskey, now a : excerpts from the first year of hall in the main part, and bel advertised charges. j 'enacted by Congress to supply
Te chased home by the vicious ani- !
.M + Better and :
resident of Bradford County (Griffis-McKinney this century-1900: fray and each side said that get the
', I j I mal. Old Bruin seems to beholding vestry on The Commission I that letter you've been O\\'ningl!:new funds to cut huge
II; but a former instructor in a of the main hall. state action against violators, postal deficit.
I flush" that
I in twoll
a "royal Aunt Mamie for the past
college in Hungary. He will Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Griffis ,I DAILY DISCONTINUEDOwing 18 months has
1 and the colored The building which is now during the past I
part of town,
years. Your last chance to mail
of Starke the
talk of his experiences in his announce engagement -
used been upheld in the Florida -! THE RIGHT POINT for tha
afraid out- being as a church will be appellate
native when los of their daughter I to reasons best knownto people are to step it with a four-cent stamp will
country they side their doors. converted into a hall where courts and the U.S. Supreme -jl write. Come in and
their freedom. Sadie, to James McKinney, son': myself, we have discontinued be one minute before mid- way! you
the publication of thz::! I -Aug. 2, 1900HOUSES the festivities will be held, and Court. night Sunday, Jan. 6. !,
Hostesses for the afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. John McKin- also I IMajority II select! your favorite ESTER-
will be
will be Mrs. Merritt Williams, of Graham. No date has Daily Herald used as a place to I 1 In postage and social securi-i
hold business
Pen. TELE-
meetings BROOK Fountain
I I chairman, Mrs.. E. M. Davis ,, been set for the wedding. When we started its publ'- ing to the church. The pertain- Rights ty payments, Uncle Sam is going -; 1

Miss Susan Slade I Mrs. J. E. Dennis, Mrs N. S- '' cation we did so without the Starke's supply of dwelling stone for the new church corner will Often Overlooked, 1 to dig a bit deeper into i GRAPH.

Will Vie For Title Dankel Mrs. L. H Gibson,!Elks EntertainMembers continuing advice of anyone its publication and in we dis-do houses is not half enough to,be placed in the near future Rotary Club Told '
Mrs L. V. Hardin, :Mrs. Leo supply the wants of the pros- and will be

I In Guard Contest Hebert, Mrs. A. E. McKinney of the Elks Lodge so without the advice of any- pective settlers. Never before I the usual ceremonies.accompanied with I With so much emphasis on', DID YOU KNOW? \\

Moore, Mrs. M. H and New' houses been in demand more I
I I Mrs. Jimmy guests enjoyed a one.We
-July 1900, the rights of minorities, there'
I ,Miss Susan Slade, daughterof Sheppard. Mrs. L. D. Whittle I' Year's dance Saturday nightat thank the people who t than at the present time. People The TV Commercial may offer temporary r i

Mr. and :Mrs. T. H. Salde,I Mrs. J. D. Warren, Mrs. P. T.! the Elks lodge. have given it their support.All who would like to settle in: is a tendency to overlook the } S ;L relief from the pain of arthritis

has been selected to represent;']j Noun Mrs. John Haney, Dr. The hall was attractive for contracts will be filled by our city find it impossible to: Wildlife Planting rights of majorities, County ,, and rheumatism but if you are interested
T. A.
Judge Yawn told the
( the 748th Ordnance Battalion!, Florence Jennings and Mrs, the occasion with Christmas the weekly. do so on account of the town's 1 Material To Be Rotary Club here in more than temporary relief be sure to
r i in the Miss Florida National David Browning. decorations. Dancing by hi-fi, Respectfully, inadequate facilities for fur- Wednesday. j
I He named labor'' see your Chiropractor.
; Guard beauty contest to be and refreshments were enjoyed M. E. Tison, nishing suitable dwellings.An Available SoonJ. organized Chiropractic is not a "cure all" but
: held Sunday, Jan. 27, at Cypress the Apr. 12, 1900 enterprising speculator as one of the groups that I
BrabhamHas evening.
Johnny I has effective in arthritis
t threatens the rights of majorities proven treating ,
Gardens. The announce- (Tison was editor of the I wishing to invest several hundred W. Hammett State Con-
ment was made yesterday by Birthday Party Florida Weekly Advocate. The dollars would find Starkea servationist with the Soil Con- by stopping the necessary Dr. Bellinger rheumatisim, asthma, migraine head
Lt. Col. Harry M. Hatcher Jr. Circle 5 WSCSCircle daily was published only a few bonanza for his speculations.We servation Service, announces I functions of communications aches, sinusitis, lumbago, sciatica, constipation, men-

Miss Slade was sponsored by Johnny Brabham celebrated weeks, apparently.] I know personally of over that Robert W. Murray, biologist -i transportation, etc. in tal and nervous disorders etc.

Co. C 748th Ordnance Bat-I his tenth birthday on Wednes- 5 of the Methodist half a dozen who have been Florida Game and FreshWater i order to gain their ends, the Chiropractic restores health even after other

I talion (Starke), commanded! by'I I day. Dec. 19. when his parents WSCS met Wednesday at the A BIG FRESHET unable to find houses and who Fish Commissioner, has I speaker said. In calling :strikes, methods have failed. .

Capt. Drew Reddish, and was ti i Rev. and Mrs. J. R. home of Mrs. J. R. Wainwright Alligator Creek Surpasses All will have to abandon the idea. advised that planting materialsfor I leaders of these groups often
I Mrs. Jack Eaves pre do not reflect the real wishes I iI Phone 961-2881 For Appointment Today
selected over contestants from i,, Brabham, gave a party for Previous Overflows of moving here on that ac- wildlife land plantings will, ,
other companies within the(!I him in their backyard. sented the program, "What count.If be available for distribution I of many of the members Judge
't 748th. Games were played duringthe Missions Mean to Me," assisted 1 Last week Alligator Creek Starke is going to build to interested people at a I Yawn said. 'I Dr. Bollinger Chiropractic Clinic
I by Mrs. Henry Godwin and was the highest that it has I The speaker stated that in
1 :Miss Slade attends Jacksonville party hours and prizes awarded up a large school she must, small charge. Mr. Murray advised j j
j Mrs. Harry Green. Refreshments been since 1876 On Wednes- his opinion, the rights of a I Ii N. Walnut Street Starke, Fla.
University, and will be accompanied to the winners. Thei make arrangements to take that order blanks are j I i
I to Cypress Gardens i birthday cake was centered II III were served by the hos day night the rain fell in tor- care of the settlers who come available at all Soil conserva- !i i vast majority of college stud-I Insurance Cases Accepted

I by her sister, Mrs. Charles I with an "Ole King Cole" fig- tess. rents and Thursday morning here on that account. tion Service offices. j> ents to obtain an education

Sawyer, and Lt. Col.! and Mrs.i 1 urine. Punch and candy were I the creek resembled a raging I -Sept. 27 1900 This program of making 'I 1

Hatcher, who will serve as hr served with the cake. Favors l I Koonce-Anton river, it being one half mila planting materials availableat 1i j

official chaperones. were given to the guests after I wide in some places. CENSUS FINISHED a small charge ties in with''

the party. Mrs- Iris T Anton, 1004 In Thomasville the water the JANUARY
recreational part of the 1
I Col. D. M. Gornto, who has
Attending were Ellen and Colley Road and George was two feet deep in some of Food and Agriculture Act of
I had for
of the
Lois charge census
Peggy Dyal
Carol Bloodworth, Debbie Co- Koonce, classification officerat ,'the yards, greatly inconven- Starke, informed the ADVOCATE 1962. By using this programthe
the Florida State Prison, I iencing the people of that locality ,,
To Wed Mr. Glover comise, Marie Green, Cindy I yesterday that his work landowners and operatorscan Ina
Strickland, Nancy Struth, Bill were married in Folkston, Ga. The Irish potato crop finished far broaden recreational opportunities '
as as takingthe roarFr'endlySfor4
I on Friday, Dec. 28. in that section was completely :
for the
Miss Peggy Lois Dyal, Buby, Johnny Cox Ricky Fow- census was concerned. He enjoymentof

daughter of Mrs. Bert Dyal of i i: ler, Billy and Johnny Myrick, ruined. The roads and would not disclose the resultof non-farm people and improve -I

Hampton. and the late Mr.I' Robin Mullins, Johnny, Judy, Recent Births} places where it is perfectly f his count, but judging from] the rural economy j I

Dyal, became the bride of Pat Jimmy and Jody Brabham. dry at any other time were the census of 1890 l

Glover of Gainesville in 'a Bradford County Hospital almost impassable, and num- should have a population Starkej of at 4

simple home ceremony Saturday Jaycee Dance announces the following 1 erous hogs, cattle and chick- least 1,000. !i! Get Ready for College and j I I
ens drowned. on
were People
evening Dec. 22. births: In 1890 the exact numberof SchoolMark your Clothes
Rev.. L. P. Rafuse of Lawtey Ushers In New YearThe Mr. and Mrs Robert Lee foot had to wade in order to inhabitants I I r
was 669. Since
uncle of the bride, performed / Johnson, Keystone Heights, a cross the Miner Canal at the that time Starke has been enjoying -I With Name Rubber Stamp I
USO building was the son, Gary Alan, Dec. 25. bridges. j t
the double-ring ceremony I a steady growth,, and Order Now. Bradford County ;
setting for a delightful New At the mouth of the creek|J I Reduced
in the presence; of the i Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ed- quite a number of industries TELEGRAPH.BUC .
Year's Eve dance the which is Rowell Lake the I i
given by .
immediate families of the couple. j mond Rhoden, Hampton, a I'- -
1.' A floral spray of white !I Starke Jaycees. son, Harvey Edward, Dec. 28. woods and farms were all over-'I

j gladioli, mums and fern, in I The building was decoratedfor Mr. and Mrs. John A. Gools- flowed and the farmers lost

of setting of candlelight, deco \ the occasion with large by. Starke a son, Donald La- hundreds of dollars in stock'' %

rated the living room for the glitter signs, "Happy New I vern Dec. 28. and vegetables. | All Ladies LONG COATS
Old timers who witnessed ; K'SGROCERY
occasion.For I J Year, placed at vantage Mr. and Mrs. Clarance M.
',I the overflow say it was th i
her wedding, the bride points and a large parachute Kinzer, Melrose, a son, Bruce
hung from the ceiling of the I largest freshet that has been i and CAR
chose a street-length dress of I Allan, Jan. I, I II COATSALL
white chiffon with a full skirt, auditorium filled with multi- I in years. r'
Mr. and Mrs. George Pierce
topped with a long-sleeve fit I colored balloons which were -May 3, 1900 i
4 announce the birth of a son ij I j & MARKETHalf
ted jacket of white lace. Her released at midnight. Hangin; I;
Robert George Pierce, in Ala-
shoulder-length veil was held i| from the parachute were colored I LADIES GIRLS
with a tiara of rhinestones and[| streamers. chua General Hospital on Dec. The Clothing: Store, of J. 31. Mile North Of City Limits-U. S. 301 SKIRTS SWEATERS
30. Mrs. Pierce and baby son ,
Alvarez Catches Fire by a :
and she carried a whiteBible l
pearls 1Gene Norman's four piece FALL
returned to their home here! DRESSES
topped with an orchid I i band furnished music for Tuesday. Lamp Exploding !'1 OPEN 7 DAYS--7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. CAR COATS

corsage. dancing. Refreshments were J J. M. Alvarez's large gents ''I
Best man was the bride- served from the snack bar in i l ONE-THIRD OFF
i groom's nephew. Larry Burke the lobby. 0. L.. Morgan, 72 furnishing establishment came i GRADE A REDUCED 25%
near being destroyed Wednes- ,
of Savannah, Ga. The two Robert L. McClellan and W. Services Held day night by fire. I C

niece ring-bearers and nephew were Vicky of the Dyal bride M. Smith, social chairmen, Monday In RuskinOran It seems that Mr. D. J. :Mc LB.SUNNYLAND ,

were in charge of arrange- Leod. who is head clerk, was LARGE ASSORTMENT LADIES LARGE ASSORTMENT LADIES
Another niece, Joanie Dyal.I Fryers
mens. L. :Morgan, 72, a former in the act of taking down one
was flower girl. I resident of Bradford County, of the large lamps when it: FLANNEL GOWNSand WOOL SKIRTSand
The bridegroom is the son
Southside PTAThe died Dec. 28 at his home in I commenced to flutter. He tried
of John W- Glover of Bartow,
Ruskin after a lengthy illness.-j' to blow it out and it exploded HOUSECOATS SWEATERSReg.
Ga. and the late Mrs. Glover. 'I
Southside Elementary He was a prominent farmer in l sending the flames in every

Daytona After a Beach honeymoon, the trip newly-to! PTA will meet at 7:30 p. m. the Ruskin section, where he I| direction. Mr. McLeod droppedthe PICNICS lb. 29c '2 FOR $2 rtrt Priced To $5.98

weds are making their home I Tuesday, Jan. fi, in the cafe- had lived for many years. lamp to the floor and triedto .

with the bride's mother. teria. He is survived by his wife, kick it out the door bu FRESH LENGTH NOW\ 3.88

I Bertie Mae Cooper Morgan, was unable to do so until the : ALL PORK SAUSAGE -. lb. 59c
one son and three daughters; flames had done considerable I

I a brother, Leaton Morgan Sr., damage.
A tree that may in summer wear, FRESH GROUND
I A nest of robins in her hair and two sisters, Mrs. Ruby The loss is probably $100, ''' BEEF-- LB. C Ladies FALL HATS
Underhill and Mrs Ankie Sas- which is covered by insurance. ALL MEN'S & BOYS'

ser. all of Starke. But for the prompt work I

BUT NOT THIS ONE! Monday Funeral in the services North were Side Bap-held of whole Mr.block McLeod would and have others been the I U.CHUCK S. GOOD STEAK - LB.. : HALF PRICEMEN'S JACKETSREDUCED :

tist Church at Ruskin. Burial destroyed. I
Jan. 18 1900 : 25%
was in the Garden Memorial I ,
r7-! \ has been stifled silently' and, Cemetery in Tampa. CHUCK ROAST LB. ii i

r i \ J 1' slowly by Spanish ) EPISCOPAL CHURCH i
i' l I (I public enemy number IOSJ.j U. S. NO. 1POTATOES ,

beautiful shade and nut! Melody..Quartet We are reliably informed 10 Ibs. . 39c I! FALL SUITSReg.
To At that George R. Fairbanks has I BOYS LONG SLEEVE
Visual Sing Hope
bearing trees. proof I
donated to the Episcopal : & Longs-100% Woo
t that Methodist ChurchThe SUNNYLAND I SPORT
Church in this city, th3 SHIRTS
shade and nut bearing trees.I' church now located at Fair- PURE LARD ..8 Ib. bucket $1.39 I'

VtMial proof that Favorite Melody Quar- ,I I banks. The building will be REDUCED 25% 100% Cotton-Wash V Wear

tet of Macon, Ga. will sing at removed to this pla.3 by divisions KOUNTRY KIST I

Spanish Moss Pleasant Hope New Congrega-,' in the early part of PEAS-2 cans . .' 29c '!

tional Methodist Church Mon-I I May. Contractors have been 2 FOR $3.00

: KILLS TREES! day night, Jan. 7, at 7:30: o'- I employed, and it will be placed LACE

I clock. The church is located ,! on the lot owned by the TISSUE 4 roll pack - 25c ALL :MEN'S, LONG SLEEVE
:' Spanish Moss must be ('onJ -\ I
t three miles north of Starke i Episcopalians just north of
J trolled now while trees are) on US." 301. The public is in- I the Methodist parsonage on PET-CARNATION-BORDEN'S SPORT SHIRTSPriced

sx'P dormant.has been purchased A new by machine Flor-l| vited. I the east side of the railroad.I MILK l 8 tall cans . $ I To Sell Bath Size TOWELSReg.

Tills! pictureva* made during Feb. 22, 1900 THREE GROUPS
Ida Pest Control & Chemical ., .
the Spring. Notice the flow- : Melody QuartetTo 8 Can Limit With $5.00 Food Order Please $1.00 ea. Reg. 59c ea.
Co. to rid homeowners' The lumber for the residenceof 2 For 2 For
ering shrubs and spreading Perform At 2 For 3 For
I and farmers of this mt"narel I ISLAND SUNSLICED
foliage of neighboring plant. Col. A. V. Long which will
another step by this! Johnstown ChurchThe I II be erected on South Walnut PINEAPPLE can 25c $4.00 $5.00 1.50

j This tree like "o many company: to be of better I I Street has arrived, and workon $3.00 each $1.00ALL

others In Bradford County Knife to you.DON'T Favorite Melody Quartet the building will probably ROYAL

of Knoxville, Tenn. will begin in a few days. LONG GRAIN RICE 5 Ibs. 59c
TAKECHANCES PLAY ITSAFE present a program at the I -Feb. 22 1900
Johnstown Baptist Church, located -I I

between Lake Butler and I I I Cohen, Friedman & Co.. SOUTHERN F S k Shorts or Reg.MEN'S -

Raiford Friday night, Jan. 4,{i: Starke Drug Co.. J. W. White PEACHES 4 No. 2l/2 cans 99c All 1 a V/ S Wash 'n' Wear
at 7:30 o'clock. The is
DIAL TODAY public !
964-3965 'and Ardell Crosby all give JIM DANDY
invited to attend.
I trading stamps. C Reg. 5.98 6.98 Reg. 7.98 8.98 Reg. 9.98 10.95
R I j March I, 1900 GRITS------5

\: f: ItJ.d& ])et&ti&tJ ,way yon write. COM in udjel ,Esterbrook Cartridge and CABIN HOME $5.00 J.OO $9.00

\ ct favorite ESTES
( year Fountain Pens $1.95 $.95 -

(.f.EMICAl.CO.. 1|i KOOK Fountain Pea. TELEGRAPH -, $3.95 at The TELEGRAPH. MEAL------SEWS. : EAGLE'S Where/ Quality Actually Costs Less

539 E. Call Street Starke, Fla. !,
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r To Achieving Agri-industry Economy

,. dt \J Editor and Owner
On the. threshold of a new year While welcoming industry with SUBSCRIPTION RATESIN

I 1963-Bradford, County seems well on open arms, we should not at the same : : /' TRADE AREA OUTSIDE TRADE ARIA
I lose V ONE YEAR S.OO ONE; YEAR 3.9*.
the way to achieving its enviable goal time, sight of what our tried and
of well-balanced true friend the farmer is '
a agricultural-industri- contributingto
.-til I our local Contrary to the t. [
economy. economy.
, :,, A : ; l'ublished Each Thursday and Entered as Second Class Matte
Not only have strides been thinking that seems prevalent in some
_. it the Pn&r Of fir* at Stark. Fla. lI'I'Id..p't' of Match 3. 1&7V .
I 1 made'in the industrial field in the past circles, everyone can't crowd into the -

two decades, but agriculture-particularly assembly ]line of industry (automationwill I' 'THE
OF Raid Timers for use with in the Bradford County Telej -
I l the, strawberry industry-has see to that), nor can everyone ,: I T UK KIGHTH JIDICIAL C1Hri'IT above Mctfel Sirens. '\j graph. a newspaper publishedin
OF FLORIDA\ AND The Board and
1 been brought back from "the brink" the above Starke Florida.
I gather 'round the space age drawing FOR BRADFORD ("or:NTYF:I IIX named Cities r SeFthe rightto WITNESS m) hand and official -
I tri the 'past six or eight years, thanks CIIAXCEHV. reject any and all bids. seal at Stark Bradford
" to modernized methods of cultivation boards. No one has yet invented a sub- MORTGAGE FOHECLOSVREi; CHARLES A. DARBY. '1< County, Florida, on this 2! day
CASE NO. 13-155.; .; Clerk i I ItS I of December, A D. 192.CttXKlJES .
that are revolutionizing{ the art of berry stitute for fresh corn on the cob, or I h istitiKe (or EsseuUaV'oustng. \ovvi'ii1' SAL') ; -V &RB1,
I here. .n Inc., a corporat ()t\ ( 2tIX \-\(\ j I Cleifc CltcvkU. \1tt., Bra.-i-.
: growing red-ripe winter strawberries. i Plaintiff i fowl County. Florida.

I) ": .,.. /.;' ..... '''''''' : '''' ... ',,. ....,.;J., 1 ., -vs- I COUNTY JVDGK'S COrilTIV ..1 B> Mariatv: L. CrosbyDtfouty
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: ._ 1IMI.r ',_"' .'j.t'Jfiii...-1..L., .;r.< ,..,;;; ..". ,',;.,,,;. :i.tr.4.t> '_1'; r: orma Gertrude Brown and J Clerk
'; i 'U erald Marie Blount I U7it 1-17
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V t :ch single, ; COU\TY.: FLORIDA.In ., -
;TUCT7RW&3KUK?* UJBLF" iy *"- \-4-v rtf '* ***TO rt J ; Estate
I : V't'r.l : : Defendants. !: re: IIX THE; CIRCUIT COl'RT OP
Marion A. Griffin, aec ased.
> 6 gsvfev i 01'1"IOF SALE :Notice of Petition I THE EIGHTH: Jt'DICI.tLeincri'i'
? Filing For
; ) ,. : r. 1 Public notice is nereby given \ I IX AND FOR
4 t w % r 4 T *tf'ff7&.V jjSjJjet lai lat pursuant' to and in strict I Final DiMrhaixe of Ad.nhIaIstratrI2 .
I fonrdanee with the Final D- I
.,. ,.'., "V-- &* i ;- I- '*-x4t-. ."ree of foreclosure entered -I Notice is hereby given that 11 IX CHAXCERY.George .
}' ,- i-.>; WZ. .i ..' .' i have filed my final returns as Gordon.
sLii'.yJi : :- .f' Ned Coleman and Strawberries e!milled Court and cause, thenderslgaed I Administratrix of the estate of Plaintiff
in 'I Marion A. Griff, deceased I
: TS.
's "Bradford Grows Them i Charles A. Darby. I
L !- I that r have filed my petition for Molly Krohn Gordon.
; : I! Best"I i *-U.rk of said Court, will sell the I
: '\ ,1' '. I fe blowing" described property: distribution and for final discharge -j Defendant
and that on the 25 day [ VOTICR OP PTBLICtTIOV
: J ; .. :.. South 132 feet of East half .
: ,1"" Sixty-four Years Ago Berries (EH of Southwest Quar- of January 1963 I will apply 1.j TO: Molly Krohn Gordon 201
'\ ter (SW 4) of Northwest to the Honorable Theron A. I East 66th Street New York, N.
> Yawn County Judge of Bradford -;
: Quarter (NW i ) of Northeast
I Were Called Safest Surest Crop Quarter (NEw) of Section County Florida for approval -I ARE HEREBY NOTl-
f I 34. Township 5 South of said final returns and for I Ian FlED that a Complaint for De-
,, Range 22 East, together order of distribution and for 1 I Mar&KM-y Decree firkin? to have
\ with the tenements, heredit- final discharge as Administra divorce obtained by you on Au-
Sixty-four years ago. they portion of Bradford County is I j where in sufficient quantities aments and appurtenances, trix ot the Estate of Marion A. !I gust 21. 1946. a nullitr. has been
were saying the same thing| more especially: adapted to the! to pay us to stop over. Continuing situate in Bradford County ; Griffis deceased. I filed against you and you are
Florida, December 14. 1962.! required to serve a copy of your
about strawberries in Bradford j production o f strawberries j they all agreed that I a'a t public outcry to the highest 'I PEARL GRIFFIS. I 1 answe- or pleading to fie Plaln-
County that they had provied than other portions of the;, nd best bidder for cash at the Administratrix tiffs Complaint on Plaintiffs
the vicinity of Starke I I THOMAS & PIERCE j Attorneys. Gertler &. Frank. 421)I :
to be "the most certain) state was s louth front door of the Count)
there is now no question Courthouse in Starke, Bradford Attorneys-a-law I Lincoln Road. Miami Beach 39.Florida .
and best paying crop that can : of a doubt. I their only certainty for their I ounty: Florida during the le- 203-205: North Temple Ave. and file the original

be produced" in this area. I Accounts of the strawberry supply of early berries and g:al hours of sale, to-wit: 12:00 {I Starke. Florida i Answer or pleading in the office
II I I. >,'clock Noon, on January 11th, i First publication December of the Clerk of the Circuit
A _ High praise for berries as a I; growers kept by the banks of j that much larger quantities I 963. i' 27, 1962. Court on or before the 21st day
cash crop and a plug for :; Starke show that an immense .i could be used than to be had j This January 2, 1962. !i 12-27 4t 1-17 ,1of January 1963.! : otlwrwisa taken said
will be
c CHARLES A. DARBYAs j I! Complaint aa con-
"Starke, The Strawberry City ; amount of has been i here. They raise berries '
money can Clerk of Circuit Court i i (N THE CIRCUIT corn OFi i fepsed: by you. .
____ of Florida" were contained in distributed this season to men, they all admitted in localities: of Bradford County, Florida i iTOLL1S .'LOltlO.ElGUTH JIDIC1AL I DATED at Starke. Florida
: this 17 day of December. 19M.
an article in the January 1898 j women and children who work i I i south of here, but it is now 'I V.for KXIOHTUtorney Plaintiff CIRCUiT COl'ATV.IX AND FOHIIUAIJFOKD 1\: j CHARLES A. DARBY,

; Pr issue of "The Florida Advocate -: in that interest. J,| a well established fact that i it 1-3 CHAXCEUY.Jane : j Clerk of the Circuit Court
Marian L. Crosby.Deputy ,
: T ," over the signature of j Railroads banks stores, hoteLs j i they can't make it pay them. i Price Campbell, By Clerk

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; -- .T-------- -------------- -- '''I .. S. P. Gardiner. The Advocate j in fact every interest !I The above facts being now I The Board of County Commis- TS.William. fREAL)

I Now Florida Hydrocarbons Plant [now extinct! was a weekly reaps a harvest from our I i conceded, our growers should s loners of Bradford County, Allan Campbell, 12-20 4t 1.1ft
j here take life this : Florida City of Starke, City of
newspaper published forj strawberry crop. The number (i on new and make ORDER FOR PI'HLICATIOV 1.r.r.\L KOTICE
Most significant event in Bradford is expected to eventually get into the)j I several years around the turn I j jI of commission men [we used I I the great strawberry center as I zI c?jawtey ity of, City Brooker of ,Hampton will receive, and TO: William Allan Campbell I am not responsible for any

County in 1962 was the opening of the extraction of ethane, a product essen-i I lof the century. j to term them, but now actual | Starke. is already known as I S sealed bids at 10:00 A.M.. on Great care P.Abaco O. Box, Bahama 2268 West Islands Palm debts Incurred: by Irene Mrs.C.W.Daw-B.
Davraon or Mrs.
he ,
wltra-modern, highly automated plant tial to the ever-expanding plastics in-I Mr. Gardiner also mentioned j buyers], who are here bespeak |i "The Strawberry City of Flor- |:n the morning Courtroom of January, in the 15 Court-1963, Beach Florida I son.

I of Florida Hydrocarbons, Inc. a few dustry. When that time comes, it is I another factor that is generally iI j the interest our berries attract j i ida." 11 louse for the following describd You Complaint are hereby has been notified filed thata against I w.Keystone B .D.WSO Heights, ,sn.Fla.

miles north of Brooker. Although the only natural to assume that some of.I recognized that the j from Northern cities. The hotel j j Let our capitalists buckle on e? pieces 1-Air of Raid equipment.Siren Dual pur- you by the Plaintiff In' 12-20 4t 1-10 I II

"initial operation has only slightly these industries will be attracted to I soil of Bradford County is ,: man is pleased to meet their armor, see their own interests pose, Federal Siren Model the above of said styled suit Court.is for The a nature divorce I I II I

than of personnel the this 'more especially adapted" to' them, and the strawberry man ,. and assist the laboring 3T22 10 HP. 3 signal, 220- and custody of minor I I II
more a score potential area by the availability of this 440 volts, 5/60 cycl, 3 I
I : expansion in this and related fuel. the production of strawberriesthan I gets the cash, which more! f man in fostering an industry phase. I children and you are hereby required LEGAL: NOTICE I
\ to appearance
I other portions of the i than pleases him.I I that benefits us all alike 1-Remote Control units for written defense your to said Corn- I, Mark I* Luke am not responsible -
: industries may mean something very It of Bradford County'sproudest use with Model 3T22 dual : for any debts made I
was one
I with the Clerk of the Circuit
i -
state. 1 am now satisfied said a and has proven for the purpose siren RC6-3. paint I except those made by me.
big to development of ,
Court Bradford County
moments when this new industry His letter follows: Boston man to his brother. past ten years here to be the Operating Switch, Air oi! 1!-!? 3to 1-17 !
'I Florida, and
serve a copy
this of Florida. i Model 3T22
: part Raid timer for
with its towering vessels and]I agents, that Starke is the on- most certain and best paying dual purpose siren AF, said written defense upon th I I
Now extracting propane, butane, tremendous above-ground storage facilities STARKE TIlE STRA WBERI -! i I ... Plaintiff's attorney's GRAY, j
: I ly place in the state it pays crops that can be produced.S. 220 volts. CHANDLKR. O'.VEAL. CARLISLE .: I

: and gasoline from natural gas flowing was dedicated just a few weeks RY CITY OF FLORIDA j j 1 us to stop at because they F. Gardiner I S Driven Sirens,, Electric n().nd Ire
, : into Florida, the Hydrocarbons plant ago. I That. the soil of the Eastern]i can't produce berries elseFarmer's -I January 1898 i two-tone Size B, 100 Street or before, Gainesville January, 28th Florida, 1963.oil I I ADVENTIST I
iI db. 2 HP. 220V AC and ,
I --- '- '-- I\ Herein fail !not else a Dei Sabbath School Saturday]
: PC, Federal Sign and Signal
II ____ I -i,: cr('e Pro (-'onf'IoBo will l.e entered -
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... .._ ___..OJ' S__S pap--... -v! BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH! 3--Remote Corp.Control Model Xo. 2. [, against you 964-1324.
i 1 1 units foruse It is further ordered that this 3)I 9:30: a. m. Morning Worship,
above Model Xo.
\ Sunday School 10 a. m.j; 1 notice be publish) once each
I 2 Sirens!' RC 2 I: 11 a. m. Located between Wfli' -
Diary Worship 11 :r- V week for four <' .nJlpcuti"e weeks
Morning a. m. 3-Federal Model "AR" Air I
I Road and Griffla
prior to the return date herc-in I son Loop.
lII I Evening Worship 7:30 p. m..t II I
II 4
Prayer meeting Wednesday V
By Sam McGarvey
7:30 Rer. R. T. Wil- 1
IIl : p.m-

l highway accidents. ,


__ 1 Hens that lay eggs at a 300- BAPTIST CHURCH 1AfflAff ,

,. per-year average and do it on ,, Sunday School, 10 a. m.

.. _ :
the recommended amount of j 11
I __ F i Morning Worship a. m.
feed. Also a. good market for.!i. Training Union. 7 p. m

I eggs and broilers that will i jj Evening Worship. 8 p. m.'!I o. ., .

j brighten the lives of our local i Prayer Meeting Wednesdays VVLA

producers. I ';;:30 D. m. Rev. Joe RooD.I .
For this year of '63 we extend -j
A holiday from the bugs I BOATDRAIN BAPTIST
farmers our 'best wishes
and insects which seem to get I i
: for a happy and prosperous I !
t 1 worse year by year. Maybe
And to show
season. just we
the freeze knocked off a few Sunday School. 10 a.m.
mean it, we'll list some of the I
billion of them, but somehowor Morning Worship, 11 a. m. V COLOR TV SET
: things we'd like to see.
: ..... ... #" -:- v-:11't..1. "" ,!_... JfI; -- "'-, : S S S other, they get through Training Union, 6:30: p. m.
I. --- cold, like the mud dauber we Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. i
.A big crop of berries, at the
: DuPont Ilemenite Mine :; heights of the shipping season say flying around the morning Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, j

: While welcoming new friends, we is likely that around $20,000,000 has I! at prices that help grow- I after. the big PipeBustingFreeze. I II 7:30: p. m.FIRST.

\ : should not lose sight of the old friends been put in circulation in the Bradford I i ers to make a comeback. And I 0 CHRISTIAN

: who have been with us so long that County area by these two plants in l( while we're wishing we hope I Less trouble with mechanl- CHURCH

they are apt to be taken for granted. the past 15 years.It j the thrip. red spider nematodes -; cal equipment, like the water I *

'! It is impossible to overestimate the is nice to know that the company j' and leaf spot take a i pump which gives out at exactly -j 1 537 W. Call St., StarkeV *

S importance of the two DuPont mining has holdings sufficient for an. holiday this. season.. 1; the wrong time. Or the Bob L. Badrett, Minister ?

i : operations in this area, and what they other 40 years mining in this area. 1 tractor, which quits just when I, Sunday School 9:45: A. m."

have meant to our economy during the The demand for ilmenite shows no in. A good yield of tobacco I the help, fertilizer .and seed j jI Church Worship 10:45: a. m.t 1

:: past two decades. dication of slackening in the forseeablc I V grown without hail freeze.'I j are ready, and it's time toj, Chi Rho, 5:30: p. m Choir I
flood, drought or worms. Nice I practice '630 pm. CYF 7
; p. V
: Employing1 some 325 persons at the future and both plants continue to op. tontotheacre tobacco of i plant. I
i I S I m. Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.
Trail Ridge and Highlands plants, it erate on a 'round-the-clock schedule. high quality that will set buy f m.
I Good hunting and fishing. !I Wednesday.V
..., ,..... .. ... ....... ers at the market bidding. I
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t S s just have LIndy Laundry: and Dry rI

: h Same thing for peanuts and!!! some relaxation from the Cleaning Ball Point Pens 59c : I

I 1 I watermelon. Big jields with i pressing problems [mostly 1i ;I II at TilE TELEGRAPH.' V

plenty of rain.to get them going i i I money 1, and if he can sneak!:

I not a flood, though) and !, off and get a deer or some need a good-"hit" this season

: then after good growing days i i turkeys, or a nice mess of bassi to keep them going.
i i or reds, it helps to keep him' S
I a sparse vnounj; of rain dur- S 5

: ing the harvest season. from blowing his stack. : How about that 550-lb.

II S i I II :j i black bear killed near Flora-
A good calf drop of husky ( Repairs to the road which J Ji home recently! That must be I

j little rascals that will. grow i is bumpy and sandy and rut- j J I some sort of a record for if i iI iI iI iI

'> off and bring top price at the ted and boggy hard to get j.i! it had been larger it would. I

I markets. Also a let-up in the over under good conditions, !| have been an elephant. I

., 1 cold weather which, burns up I and almost impassable after i i ; _. I

energy and keeps cows thin no>, flooding rains. Not a super- Old M\ Sun has swung as

pi L matter how much you feed i!! dooper like 301. but just a far north as he's going thisj I

b them. good, solid hardtop that con- V
I I j season and 'from now on each "
; I S Sl nects us with civilization.
I ; J I day will be a minute or so

l Contented hogs that stay rjt! S S | longer and it won't be long .. .

;'I I where they belong and do not't,| Good crops too, for our j before the "peepers" will be BYR.C.A. t

IIII take to roaming the countryside i vegetable growers who raise I singing and then we'll know

.. ''I l tearing up fences causing -' j greens, cukes, pepper, sweet I I Spring is here and time to '

I trouble and worry about t;! corn beans and peas. They 1 plant.
I .

I i t against sting nematodes that had drained this is no time for resting on laurels.
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I : -'b: the substance from berry plants; With a County Development Authority,,

: ies Under Plastic and-most significant of all-plastic backed by funds, eager to aid in bring. Come See -- Come Register -- Come Often

: This, brings us to our oldest friend seemed to plague the pIantingscut. "t mulch proved vastly superior to the old ing in new industry, and an aggressiva ,
method of mulching with straw. These NO OBLIGATIONTO
; :one which ,has been with us through ting yields to a discouraging low. t agriculture program'under way greater
| factors have revived interest. in the strides in agri-industry should and
: at least 75 successful seasons-the But thanks to research-much of it" BE GIVEN
( :,! strawberry- industry and have restored could be made jn 1963. V AWAY BY .
Svinf er strawberry. done by the Florida Agriculture Ex..
,1 it to ,its rightful place as the top cash Eventually, Starke and Bradford
: With the changing pattern of,rural- tension Service-there came severalnew crop in Bradford County. Last year's ,County should also turn attention to

: tLrbanr economy, the strawberry industry developments that havebreathed J L
I harvest brought in more than $300,000, tourism, a heretofore undeveloped IMPERIAL Service Station"Penny
; \VindJe4 to a point of near extinctIon new life into the strawberry' businessand I and a substantial i increase in acreage is phase of our economy that presents a

: some years ago when many have given our growers new hope.A .. reported this season. challenge-and will present an even

growers gave up. their: fields to take new variety of plant the Florida 90 Though we have made substantial1 with the
greater one increased traffic.
;; : 'moje profitable jobs elsewhere andwhen was developed and proved a great success gains in the field of' agriculture and industry sure to come with the completion of U. For: Penny 100 Octane Imperial Ethyl Is Your nest Bay

.. "viruses" and'.*..-other set-backs ; soil fumigating proved effective!1 in the past ten to twenty year ,7 'S. 301: four-laning projects. U. S. 301 N. CITY LIMITS ARKE, FLA.
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TYYT.t.YYTYTYTTTTTTT1 Thomas:' has been ill and wish : evening. Or. 23. Homesteaders ciuptlon of,$;jOO on the assessed TSuicide VictimAt : Dist. Masonic II I Three Freezes !r I' PARAS r\pfisf:) CHL'RCHc

him a speedy recovery.Mr. Mi. and Mrs. Bradshaw : value. This amounts to a. .i GKASpIX,, FLA.

MAXVILLE and Mrs. Tommy Kas- gave Mrs. Bradshaw's familyMr. Urged To t File/ I saving of $20.63 for county'residents' Brooker ; Officers Bradford County had three j t Bundaj'/: g chool.l '10 a. m

.. son and family had as their and Airs. D. J. Parrish or $28.13 for a per- more freezing mornings. .this !i raiorniusr" : vjarship. 11 a. mi:

By i Mrs. t C. B.- ,Nolan pucsts over the Christmas and family and Mr. and Mrs. '. son living in, the city of Starke. week to add to its, .lecord of' ;;Training Union
hclidays. Mrs. K sson'8 parents Dan Parish\ a, Christmas party For Exemption. other' tax forms which Was NewcomerWilton Are InstalledNew cold for the winter of 1962-8,1: .:Evenin? Wttship, 7SO g.'ra.

IA&A4AAAiA&aj.*a Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hed- o:> Sunday afternoon, Dec r < ; } Long's office will' bd placing. Tuesday morning the mercury Midweek Pr4' r Meeting Wed-

Cla\? dc 'Nortti 01 Fort Gordon lund and her grandmother 23.We Move than_ 3,000 Bradford in the mail are ,for personal D. Hodges. 48, a newcomer officers for the Eighth dipped to 25 Ji degrees at the.,II uesdu..'l;3oJ, _p._*i.

da. Hodlun and her sister Sherri wish to e: 'r.nd our sin-, County residents can save as property and intangible personal to, Brooker, died of delfjnfllcted Masonic District were installed : Frost Warning, Service station Judge of //UritdforA
spent the holidays Coupty.
of La Junta, Colo. cere sympathy to Mr. and Mrs much as $2C&.25 In 1963 if property. These 'cover pistol wound Thursday 27, at the here. We!nestla 's lor '(. .Florida for ipprova) of said til .
here with his parents. Mr. and Leslie Chiteon JUT 1 f -,( .' .on merchandise Inventories farm i I l: na) rnurn*) f for so
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Kas- they file foir homestead exemption I i Wednesday night. Hodges apparently annual Ceremony held in tha ; was 25, and Thursday's 25. ajj< order
: the death of M Cii is sister equipment 'and various forms -if dUtrihu/ton *nd for fins!
Mrs John. North >
and family. son and children left Sunday'for within the next three committed suicide by Lawtey Masonic Tempi : !!j I -di.'b'S ab t-xerutvr ol tb I'! will
Two of his! friends Loren Lund-, Columbus Ga. to make in Miami over the holidays. months. of securities. i I thing! ; one shot from a .38 cali It was the first time the Pt&TECOSTAl: I 411.n W IjVftrc deceased.Uecen .

berg of North-Dakota and Pat their home An anj Mrs. Henry Ca- State law requires that Deadline for filing all the'ita I bre revolver. The bullet en- Eighth District had opened HOLINESS' CHURCH jt j., >t>crift..-.1361," .
A.J. TUI>:'J.\S. In.I
nisD: and baby of Panama City forms'is April 1. .
Dillon of Minnesota accom :; Those: attending the Penn. home owners apply for thelt'exempt1oi tered his head behind the the ceremony to the public. 324 W. Brownlee |!' / Executor
spent the Christmas holidavs 1 i first
panied him here to spend the j; State and Florida football : between January I right ear.H0.Jges. The new officers are: publication' December
.with Mr. and Mrs. Albert and 1 of each Sunday i School, 10 a. m.j>, 151ft. isis. .
April new year I
holidays. LegislativeLeaders; / had recently come Bradford Lodge No. 35-
j at the Gator Bowl on Tllm.li& l'IERCE
game Worship :
Morning a.
Smith and amUv. Miss Peggy Tax Assessor Gene said I m.j 1 r '
Long to Brooker to be employed; by Worshipful Master, D. Attorneys-at-Iaw 4
Mrs. Betty Key and children ) Saturday were Claude: and Ro ,
Evangelistic Service.' 1 30 j
Smith accompanied them that ; p. m.j I ZOJ- OS ..Xorfjh Temple Ave. I
Monday many persons Oil & Chemical Senior K.
and Seek the Southern by: Warden. J. '
Peggy Mallett of Lundberg Pat 1 1J
North. Loren ,
Err i, ft srKc. Florida ,
Prayer ; .
home for a few days vi it. 1 Meeting: Wednesday.! .
before 1
asked to sign applications '
Arkansas were Christmas din- Dillon! Bobby Burnsed and I : i Company and was staying with Howell; Junior Warden. Cur- 7:80 for\the IMS' k 1-: .
m. Prayer sick
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Harris January 1 but were notable the manager of the company*, tis Lee; Senior Deacon Glen p. ]' -=?--.J:0
nor guests of Mr. and Mrs Bob! Kason. ; Jan. SessionLegislative at all t erYices.-tJavid' T. Mc. ;::;:..
John North and family. had all of their family at to do so because of the. E. Kleimnan until he' could Wade: Secretary, Gene Long: =---
We regret that Melvin Wat- : ; I : Ghee, pastor.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Hig- home for the holidays.Mr. law which states that applications : get settled in a rental houseon Treasurer, A. N. Holiday
son is a patient in the River- : to' .
ginbotham and. family of i in and Mrs. Ellis Giddens must be signed between '; leaders plan the company property. His Senior Steward, Norman Wil- WILLIAMSJEWELBY J

Jacksonville visited Mr. HiggInbotharn' side hospital Jacksonville,I and family visited in Avon January 1 and April 1. make a formal request of Gov family had not yet moved lis; Junior Steward, Bill Dodd I
and wish him a speedy re- IX COl'XTY 4ri)GtVS: ('otlil'. '
'Bryant'for 'another
parents. Mr. and : Park over the holidays. :; Long said Monday he would Pan-is down from Peabody, Mass. Jr.; Tyler, John Simpson: f> .,SD FOR BftlDPOltnrot'MT.

Mrs. Dos$. Higginbotham ani : covery. Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Brown ,; send out renewal certificatesto special'Legislative session in ; Hodges' furniture had recently Marshall W. J. Dodd Sr.; andRe ; : n.nninA :
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Kilgore the 2,900 homeowners who January limited to the prob- j i In re; Estate jj !
i arrived and was not \ W. M Dunagan chap-
Christmas REPAJtt
family : night i carried: their sons, Fred, Jim, N>U W. Feared deI'a:, .t :I
and family spnt last weeK-j i for exemption'in 1962 lems of reappOrtionment and .
filed the
yet unpacked in the house he : t A if. CHF.'C.nIAMoNJ1l'i
Mr. and .Mrs. Vince Taylor ; and Harrell to Greensboro, N. I oe FIlIiiK. IViitlaH for j II III *
tnd in Brooksville with Mr. !: that afternoon : they would. preservation of state powers lain.Lawtey Filial IH..
are the proud parents of a i C. to spend the holidays. s) waste occupy. He went over Lodge No. 189- ihar-KP of Executor ::

baby girl born Thursday, Dec. Kn OI'e'fanlilr./ ,- reach their destination: immediately H 0 u se Speaker Mallory to the house early Wednesday Worshipful Master. Ronnie.. hav4'Notice filed Is ny he'ft'bgh'en final J-etwrne that as'Ii I:1 I AD Work ( rantrf'd'

:20. in St. Vincent's hospital. :: We regret that Buford Hig- BAYLESS HIGHWAY !: after the first. The Home and former speaker evening ani when he did no Griff; Senior Warden, W. executor of the estate of Nell A. C.: Willis mn.

The young lady has been nam- ; ginbotham is a patient inBiadford CHURCH SCIJEDLUE j: certificates: should' be signed 'William Chappell Jr. of Ocala! return for supper, Mr. Klein- L. Durban; Junior Warden, .,. filed\\". Pearw. deceased; that I have 142 W. Call St. .
and my petition tot distribution
ed Sherri Denise. Mrs. Taylor : County hospital Sunday School 10 a. m I and returned. by mail or 111',; are heading a nationwide' man went to call him. 'Arthur L. Green; Secretary, and for final
is the former Miss Evelyn j wish him a speedy recovery. ;! Morning Worship. 11 a. m. ': person before the April 1 campaign to line up state Noting the bath room door. H. C. Harley: Treasurer, i i. that on the 11th day or January. Fta.( .
The Young Ladies Sunday ;: 1963 I will]! BPI}]} to !he.Honorable -, ;.
; deadline. for proposed amend of the house closed Mr. Wilkerson Senior Deacon
reptal Harry "
Coleman daughter of Mr. and Training Union. 6 p. m. support ; -=- (;: 1 :; -
Mrs. F. B. Coleman.Mr. I School Class of the Maxville;;: Evening Service.\ 7 p in. Praer -- !! The ,estimated 150 to 200 :I ments to the U.S. Constitu- : Kleinman tried to open the : Russell Prescott; Junior ;: Ther6n A. Yawn County' ==;J ___-._.
Baptist Sunday School enjoyed built :: __,,__ ,___,_ -
and Mrs. James Strick i meeting, Wednesday. 7 p. persons who bought or ; tion to prevent encroachmentof door, but it was obstructed by 'Deacon Elaine Thompson; u
land and family were dinner a New Year's Watch party houses during' 1962 will need the federal government into Hodges' body. He called the Senior Steward, Enoch Eu- : I

guests of Mr, and :Mrs. DoS' I at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ;; BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH : to stop by the assessor's office : state affairs. It calls for establishment ambulance from Starke, think- i gene Griffis: Junior Steward, I

Higginbotham and family on J I Buddy Bradshaw on NewYeafs !: Sunday School 10 a. m-; to fill out a form. State ; of a "court of Hodges had suffered some ; James Griff; Tyler J. H. Smith Corona and Remitlcton

Christmas day. Eve. Everyone had a. Morning Worship 11 a. m. 'I law requires that the property the union" made up of supreme kind of attack. : Monds; Marshall, W. C. ,

I wonderful time. :: R. T. WilE : be their permanent home court justices from each Hodges is survived by his ..).
Mr. and Mrs. D. Z. Younr ; 7:30: p.m. uev. Kemp; and O. J. Anders
have returned to .their horn- .Mrs. Shirley Iloberson and. \tnng: Worship 700; p.m. : in gcod faith as January 1. state, with power to rule on wife, Nathalie and two children chaplain. \ i -
'ught r. Marsha of Lak | A county resident who also! .
here aft e 1'- fpcivJin? the l liamx, pastor.: I jurisdictional: powers of the'federal of Peabody Mass. i Raiford Lodge No. 82- PORTABLE
City spent part of thQ holidays lives in one of the four Incorporated judiciary. The body will be returned to '
Christmas holidays: ] ( with. relatives -
J. "
J Worshipful Master. M.
lipre with Mrs.: Dorothy Wa-i; towns can save i ..
Massachusetts for burial.
Mississippi.' CHURCH OF GOD i Another proposalwould
Dobbs Senior Warden JoeC.
Gwen Wateis! ol Jacksonville trr.i'.rs; pml DorothyVtnr family. ami ; .12'J X. St. Clair St. even more than $206.25, de- :i spell out that the federal courts ;i ;' Jones; ; Junior Warden, K. TYPEWRITERS
spent last wnk with her Sunday School, 10 a.m. pruning:! on the millage CO.NGKfcUATIONALHOLINESS
have no authority in state re- | D. Conner Secretary. JamesE.
;PH. Tubby, had as guests for j in the particular town. A res- ;! : CHURCH ; -i.-.1 .
grandmother, Mrs. Dorothy j Morning! Worship, 11 a. m ,
1fi'-tm'ls dinnor. Mivaikdl ,: for apportionment cases. | Pearson; Treasurer J. E. te
ident of Starke. by filing ; I
Waters and family. Evening Service. 7:30 p.mY-|
, M-s. l'dVt"s ancamil'\ ;, could I North 30i.: 2'.<2 miles out ol Wallace; Senior Deacon
homestead exemption,
Mr. and Mrs. Gcargc() John- an-1 Mr airl Mr:.;. Jack Wa- PR each Wednesday 7:30: p.nr { in taxes'and Noepel Carp'sAre i town on left of the read. R.oJ. Anderson; Junior Deacon j
save $206.25 county ,
son and family of Jacksonville: : Prayer Meeting, Friday
Yout People's Meeting T. A. DO ling Tyler.
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; TS and fnliJvf Jac 51\'i11c.! .
in taxes. ;
$75 city or a
DeadlockedFor .
spent Christmas: day with M: 7:30: p.m. L. S. Williams .
Mr. end Mrs RirMrrl Norman total of Friday, 7:30: p. m. Sunday John Clifford Jones: Marshall -
and Mrs. H. 11 Kilgoie and and son of I-lijihiind. and Mr. pastor. $281.25.No must be Bowling Lead School 10 a in. Sunday Night i A. R. Bruner; and C. SOLD ON ..

tamily. ]I and Mrs. John \Vutrrs.: I city applications ', Worship 7 p. m. Everyone: M. Seigler, chaplain. TERMS

Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Ad- Mr. and Mrs Buddy Brad- LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH i filed. The assessor's office furnishes Noegel's Auto and Carp's cordially invited to attend- EASY

ams have as their guests Mrs. | shaw and son. Dine: and Mis* Sunday school 9:45: ajn. copies to the cities. ; Dept. Store are tied in first RPV. Car' Edmondson pastor. .
Adams' daughter, Mrs. Ha i I Morning worship 11 a.m. Have you an od refrigerator,
Widows and disabled place in the Sundown Mixed
Patty Parrish JC1lccl1:1': Bl'adI, persons
Stiffer and sons of Brooklyn \ Evening worship 7 p.m. Noegel THE RIGHT POINT for the I fan or twh which yon no I longer -
N. Y. I shaw for a Christmas supper 1 by war or accidents are Bowling League: with write. Come and uhe. Convert them into ca>h BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Everyone welcome. from For- way you in
three ,
m Jacksonville on Sunday entitled to an additional exi games now. Phone 964-3101 and ask
Sorry to hear tbat Homer1 Rev. D. E. Willis. Pastor. syth Plumbing and Carp's select your favorite ESTER- \

-.. 1 ''1:10' '- ..o. ,. taking three from Buff's Ga- BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- for classified. r' I: I
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--- 'T" ""' : "'''P'' '' _!j:, ,. ., _0t4' ___ ... Ii rage in last Thursday; night's ....
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& R Motors left last place.

to Long Bridge by taking four:

Colek OFFICE games, and Simpson Taxi "

EQUIPMENT SALE took Supply.three Pjrrofax from Gas D &took W Auto four ALL HOLIDAY %

from Register Oil Co. ;I j

Harry Lovell still holds a :i

I high game of 232 for the men AND WINTER ;

-, ,. --'. '-. .. .-- a.-. and high average of 169-
oj Joyce Ward retains high

,for with 200, .
1 game- women., a OFF-
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and High'\ l'age of 157.

Neoma and Bill Nelson finally -
1i U': .:" .. DRESSES .
caught up with Pete
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_IH: ..-. Barton and Joyce Ward for
high couples average of 150.

Standinn I ,

Won LostS.

I S. Noeeel . 18 10
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I Carps Dept. Store 18 10 : -

I Pyrofax Gas Co. 16 12 .
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Buff's Garage 15 13 '
"' : ; Jp\ 11
," Register Oil Co. 14 14 '

: ,:!> ., ; Forsyth Plumbing 12 16 f :;" 'i Formerly, .'. _

.," ,". ...',.>'":.tf .. '... '.' M&R Motors. 11 17 .
,...:; .: i"to Simpson Taxi . 11 17 5.99 : ,",."I.J "..

$52957Jadg Long Bridge. . 8 20 i -

1 fetter, 4 t!fcox drawer (
Ideal! for department heads and taeinen. Wilt ev0? a t TO.
Ha. 41? $1 45.75 ,
rzuPI '"
lifetime cI service. Center drawer with lock and key. SWIVEL ARM CHAIR Circuit Court Urdfor4vuiity i .

Heavy gauge steel. Linoleum covered desk tap 60U" x 2 !Utter, 2 Lox JrawertNo. For the "Jr."executive on the way up. Steel frame (' Plorliiat In ('lIa.er ,,- :" L. 14.99

". Mist t Green Desert Sand, Sahara Brown or Gray, No. 420__.$1 45.75 end base In aluminum color. Adjustable! tension .- ,. l'.IIf' :No, 13-181. Vd r1; ",
bers during the meetiug i .
and height Sect 1 19"x Idli'. Brown,Green,Wino '
IURNPROOF TOP Available wti Cole*Top ttia cannot 6 box drawers Robert F. Lee, Jr.,

guiIs ncc nor burn.-......Jkdd'*CI"to number$15.00 addl. No. 419-0-.....$151.25 or Gray. _____.___Na. 2845 $52.95 Plaintiff .
I vs.Pauline. IUtO1A
I Doris Lee.Defendant, t.
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COLE'S DUPLICATOR To: Pauline Doris Lee, whose ,
residence and address is: 4060 '
Garden Avenue Erie, Pennsylvania. VJ

::4lrwJiji! .
You are hereby notified thata 1rA
suit tor Divorce has been filed '
: Beautiful Selections
I against you in the. above ,;: / : + \
*: namvd Court and cause and you .
: :: are required to serve a copy of. .
your answer or pleadIng to the a" ; I. All and Colors .
Styles ,
I cmnpfaint .on the Plaintiff's At- : .
: : kl I tornty J. C. Sapp P. O. Box 446 1_ 4": 9f\
IF Green Cove Spring's; Florida, and
j : file the original in th office ol _so* !J'L1' ..'lI 'C l '
the Clerk ft the Circuit Court V ,4 I ,
1.! Reproduce end?o fv? on ot before the 14th day of P4"- TqJ I%;ti *' : I ?t Lab-. A'! k .4K
I colors at one time, Ar.yfhina January 1963; otherwise the allegations ,
of said Complaint will
k you type, write, draw or print
be taken confessed by
t. as you. ..
vpb9W'x13".300crmoreuwsvdllybrllllantcopie This notice shall be publishedonce p/ : /' r1 '
..., "SECRETARY" CHAIR per mQ er. Hand operaUd. Instructions gach\ n. .ek. toy four cense- \k:; ..
5 bearings. Steel f Included. .., <:uti'eeke in' the BRADFORD ...
Adjusts ways. Nylon :. ._,..Ha.4U$85.OOl'tusTa
Smartfyifyled bookcase with ctear, frame end bcs*. foam rubber seat: COUNTY Dated this TELEGRAPH.10th day of De-

sliding claa! doers. Three adjastabUcompartments. WxUVxl". Green, Brown, Tan, ,,,. ,. .J, Saves linnlntftcfdsSars cembc-1' 1&61
34" w, '41" h, ,,15" A flame and Gray._Na,2810 $42.50 "--'" ;..d..i., CHARLES A. DARBY
-' Clerk. of- the Circuit COl..t. AI
(1. enYeur
Mist Green, Desert Sand or Gray. ; ".
Cy Mnrian Crosby\
No.342.GL$71.50 : Printing BillS : ,
"s. Deputy Clerk
VMout Gfai Boors...No342 $49.50 '. 4t 1-3
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I L DRAWER opzt1I1i ,. .. % ('Ot:: TY. FLORIDA. (
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FILE In re.: I d
Estate of Fred Carlton, 1. \ .
Designed for volume Automatic 'reed deceased .
output 1
end rncbtener. Equipped with location. 1 ? <.
print eon*- Ail creditors of the estate of ;

Rugged cn. piece constru +.ior. Heavy trot. Has automatic counter. Reproduces 1 to S Fred Carlton. deceased, art t ;. ',.. A
hereby notified and required to. i .
i; Far Hart? Fortme* .Iet I U! Prgwen jW\ smoothly on roller colanaton1irieupta9xW'.1ntrtiIonsNd.! : < tile any claim; or demands F I : 'T" .

S ForSaleimta bearings.: ; Equipped with spring com Indudad.-_. .. _...... .427$295.00"Tc. which they have against said i ((71 st '
I estate in the office at the county '
pressors far'Hcord praJc ion. Milt Sam 0& O'by blolt Ia..e! optrcdd..d. d f judge of Bradford Couaty, ,
STURDY STEEL DESK Green, Olive Green, Desert Sand, No.425 '1I7.s0?1sTisuppLy Florida, in the courthouse at "' '. : .., .. ... ., .. _
Ideal for tha receptionist, salesman erstudent. Sahara Brown cr Gray encntel' finish, Starve. Florida within six calendar '
Heavy sieef. Has two drawers LITTER Sill KIT InMal tt Indies! 1 galen dvptkn' months from the' date of I
Wilt! fhkiV 50 n u er units tW x \\*, \ neat $Wx, U. the first publication this notice.
far stationery,supplies or personal' be. ...,. Ve H:9l: D p Prtce toc) Each claim or demand must .
15 sheets ,3 ttmrt tttA
loadings, plus pencil and clip tray.30i" 217.1.. .. :a l7 $36.21 $42.25 apy paper master paper 14- lf In| writing and must state f"
blue and
black carbefl
purple, I J JJ
grains po tlw place or residence and p !lt.office -
w, 27" 1 It. 17" d. Deurt Sand er IICAL5IZEini" : '. ipouf larrecfioi ptociL | far band dea .t CIM'III addrcff of the claimant ,

CQ!. Graf .- ..........No.7OS' $15.25 .' 23.:' 17* $40. 1 444.41 ': ., CGpict.U.f and mu$t -fcf sworn to by the .

"- : I claimant, or his It will agent became or his void attorney OF FLORIDA
aq'QrdlJlg to law, 0 R I H S .

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MAKVI.V F. HAZEX.Eseeotor .
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Bradford? County Telegraph Fred publication CArlton d oa c.aaed.Flrvt December t

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I ... THOMAS & PIERCEAttorncjsatlaw :
Where Your Dollars Are WORTH More
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From MiamiContinued Pace For CagersContinued _I .4 ASHI1MTO During First 2 Years In OfficePraise TO THE SMITH-CORONA

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1&- for "administrativevigor" the late Nathan Mayo.
ing the varsity.Of ';
seen at a parade.Chaperones and pioneering in the The first two years under
the Christmas tourney
had box seats ; field of marketing during Conner have been eventful
Moore "It
says was a good
on Biscayne Boulevard and Doyle Conner's first two yearsas and "occasionally electrifyingones"
team effort. We all thoughtwe
Florida's Commissioner of for Florida's agribusiness
that Y
report most of the bandy could win and it didn'tsurprise F
and floats received some ap- Agriculture was noted by 'political according to Cracker
us at all but it sure ; 'm" v ri Y,
plause as they passed but the did everybody eLSe/' $ writer Allen Morris in Politics.

BH3 band received virtuallyan "We have a better team
ovation because of the last Saturday. cabinet department taken in
than we had last year but a
excellent appearance and Born and reared in Bradford charge by Conner at the age
new offense we're running
high quality of the music. takes time to perfect. Butwe'll County and still with of 32, was materially enlarged

Compliments were received business and agriculture interests due to the reorganization act
come on as the season
from many sources some even i here. Conner is Florida's which went into operationJan.
goes on, the captain predicts.He .
Stating that the local band youngest commissioner of agriculture 15. 1961. This reorganization -
also predicted a win overFernadina's
was superior to any other in ) Two years ago he merged three previously I
The parade which included I campaigned vigorously; and : independent agencies the
night in the local gym.
several university bands. I successfully to succeed Flor- : livestock plant and agricultural
Chuck would like to go to a: E
fc':. ,In commenting on the conduct I junior college or a small four- 4t+ .W. 1 d s ida's veteran commissioner, I marketing boards -

of the band member. R with the office of commissioner
year institution after he apx'Y vt
wring; the long trip Mr. Mathews to establish a new de-
graduates and also would ._,
and all the chaperones II ,41 sx partment. THE
like a try at playing basket- F
that the "Thus," writes Morris, "the
laid young people ,
ball there. But his basketballis
,were the finest group they t'E 4 situation of the past two years
his main concern right NEW
had ever seen. Extensive com- : d has been one of a somewhat
now. I Ptr
:"pliments) were received from I unique nature: a young com- .,at
"Any time I get the corner
.the hotel restaurant, Dade'' t missioner and a young department -
I take it, the sure-
..County school bus drivers I I but each with a
r shooting captain said "I hit
the background and an inheritance
transported band asjell
it all last season but couldn'thit
as Orange Bowl officials. of considerable exper-
it this year until the Live
The city, county, and school Oak ience.
"fan well be proud of the very ., r Morris continues: t
"Uut I prefer the jump shot
-fine way in which the band !I 1 "Conner knew agriculture *
from outside the key it',' from the field and the
Represented our area to the : plowed
I easier to make than the one
entire nation. pasture, for he had worked

A highlight of the football i from the corner" since boyhood on a Bradford

'-game? was the presence of Severe Freeze I .F Y County farm. lIe learned theoretical Superb new portable by Remington. .!! !

farming at the University
.president. Kennedy, who was
dose enough for all band Increases DangerOf i u't. of Florida's College of Come in and try out Holiday] So

members to see. At the close : Woods Fires .. Agriculture. And he gained experience -

-of the game, State Commissioner -: e in working with people

; of Six ,a.Ktw through five terms in the much Quality and easy typing and
Agriculture Doyle Increased incidence of for I .

'Conner came to the band and II'I est fires is expected to follow Florida House of Representatives

extended his personal compliments the recent frigid weather, according -| F.; .re including service at 28 in advanced design can be yoursforionly
1957 as its youngest speaker.
for the very fine way to C. H. Coulter. State Exeluslvt RemlngtM"wrapround"
',::1n which it had performed. ft "During Conner's two years, styling
Band members wish to expend "Cold-killed grass under- L TSoIyifarl. ; the department's inspection mtchanlunl protect precision typing.

a hearty thank you to 1 division has destroyed more / i Its roatdW Rs e.rr>
brush, and other vegetationsoon
the Starke than a million pounds of im $ easel
people o and ] become highly combustible $4995
adulterated food. It's .rte.rrt.lnecoun..ne
pure or
surrounding area who made )
II Coulter said "and the, TAX
animal division halt-
it possible for them to attend -
depth of the ]kill even in South* t
:;: and participate in thisear's Florida creates a most hazardous ed an outbreak of screwworm,
Orange Bowl festivities. lifted a Quarantine of cattle

-- forest fire situation.. after: dipping and inspecting

Mr. I The severe cold brought no -; :. A more than a million animalsfor BRADFORD COUNTY !

Warren immediate rash of fires, however fever ticks, and obtained
I and the state's multimillion a 3 sr TELEGRAPHi
e statewide compliance with I I,

Services, Held dollar forests sufferedno + ri tlftllf Florida's humane slaughter 1

apparent freeze damage. laws. i

-' Joe Cranford Warren 43. Some damage to tropical South' Florida's Ag. Commissioner Boosts Bradford Berries:, "Among the numerous oth- I Ii i

varieties of trees in er statistics: inspection of
:died Friday night, Dec. 28, -
as the result of a self-inflict Florida has been reported, plants to the acre >Whereas 100,000 scales in six months

:ed pistol wound at his homein though extent cannot be fully Late Season But A Good One they used to,set 15,000 to-the testing of some 6,000 samplesof I
judged at this time. Test tree II
and oil
gasoline each
Islamorado, in the Florida acre they have found that 1

keys south of Miami. A cor plantings on some Florida 20,000 can .:be ,crowded into month: making of 268,000 de 1,

oner's jury returned a ver- Forest Service plots were nip In Prospect For Berry GrowersOne the same mount .of space terminations from analyses of i

dict of suicide.Mr. ped badly. For example some with no harmful effects. foods, fertilizers pesticides, 20 Words or less, one time ___________ .95 Memorials, Resolutions De per won ;1

Warren, who had formerly Eucalyptusone of the experimental Huggins has even venturedto seeds and feeds and 24,419 If not paid in advance LOO Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words J.M

owned and operated I species- have lost !good thing about a duction is delayed until South say that by proper manage inspections of dairy product Keyed or Blind Ads __ 1.00 Over 50 words __'.._.._-.-___ 5o per we*..

Warren's Shell Service on I leaves following the extreme strawberry plant-it's prac- Florida berries are pretty ment and following', Uthe establishments."All Each additional word over 20 05 Display ads in Classified -.w 1.50 per lataI j'
cold, and their of the
Madison Street in Starke. had survival ally impervious to cold. \ well harvested, and Brad- best practices, a grower can this primarily demanded

lived in Islamorado about extreme low temperatures may The bone-cracking ten degree ford's fruit can come on a double his yield,per acre, over: administrative vigor. It's I I ,

two years and was in the affect future planting recom temperature registered market unglutted by .compe what is'was, several-years;ago. in another field that Commissioner ,I II AUCTION HASTINGS MATTRESS

service station business there. mendations. here on Dec. 13, and frosts tition. "Five years ago a ''good Conner has provided I "UE & UPHOLSTERY WORKS I

He was born near Adel Ga., Planting of pine seedlings, before and since, took their I A substantial increase in yield :was 250, crates ':(equalto both drive and imaginationwith I Rudy's Drive-In 710 Lemon St. Palattt I

and had lived in Starke about nearing its seasonal height toll of strawberry bloom, but I acreage is noted here this 500 flats]' per acre, 'and l what appears to be con- Furniture Repaired,
was suspended statewide dur- siderable s u c c e ss already. Liquor
23 years. the hardy plantsespeciallythose season with most estimates the absolute top was, 300 Upholstered & Refinished

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. ing the intense cold, and removal resting on a warm plas- placing the total at 250. Lastyear's crates [600 flats],'*- Huggins That's the field of marketing.He I Lake City, Fla. Read The Classifieds! MATTRESSES\ REBUILTNew I

of seedling stock from said. "But last season',we.hada is convinced that the sell- Hhvay 00, 2V miles eauf. '
Odell Hinson Warren and tic mulching-look as vig- total was around 200. IF YOUR NAME IS Innersprings
four state nurseries was halt- ing of produce buyers and Equipped: A i r-ronditloned
four children J. C.. Sandra orous as ever and are just County Agent G. T. Huggins good number: of growers Bar, Package Lounge (7- FOUND AMONG THE and Bor Springs 'I
ed for several housewives the
days. on superiorityof
Carol, and Amanda, all of waiting for a little more warm points out that this season's who topped1,000flats'to the COP license can be moved
ADS CALL Drop Us A Card Call
I r Florida fruits and vegetables anywhere In Columbia Coun ,
Islamorado; and one Most vulnerable to freezing weather to burst into bloom 250 would-from the stand- acre, and one"evert hit 1,200 .
ty. cn building, large rot.TERMS
brother'l must be done to increase AT THE TELEGRAIHOFFICE PALATKA EA 5-91IC
the bare roots of the county- agent -said.,
are pine
C. L. Warren of :again. point of production equalto : 20% Down at auc
I Ilms.
seedlings and the bales of I I Huggins, who, founded: out production and profits here; FOR A FREE STARKE 964-5934
at least 350 acres ,
Funeral services Last grown ,
were held year growers tion.GRISSONKEMP 1
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To do this job he is relyingon PEGGY SHALLEB, 1I
seedlings prepared for ship his tenth year as county agent
at 2 p. m. Wednesday in picking berries before Christmas 1 under;: conditions prevailingfive TICKET TO THE FLORI.
here last is : a new trademark "Sun- Starke Agent j
ment and transplanting. No Wednesday, proudof I IA
Toale Bros. Funeral Home but this season cue to ; years ago. An acre of berries AUCTION CO.
FLAvor, which will be used DA THEATRE.
loss of baled seedling stock the comeback strawberrieshave
chapel in Sarasota. Burial the later setting out of plants now yields at least 25 on Florida fruits and vegetables j 337 N. Fern Creek, Orlando FOR RENT Small furnished i
occurred at the Coulter made during the past
was also in Sarasota. nursery. and the record-breaking De- per cent more than it did Phone 424-0854 apartment. Utilities furnished j
to let the housewife know
I said, since adequate precautions cember cold, not a single berry five years ago due to the decade. "According to govern- .I Florida's Most EconomicalAuctioneers I FOR SALE $50 per mo. 127 Lafay- i
they from the sunshine
il against freezing were has been picked. It will be heavier yielding Florida 90 ment estimates we gOt down state. are By OwnerIn ette St. Phone 964-5951. after I
TilE RIGHT taken. 5
1'01for: the p.m.
as low as 75 acres one
I but that variety the improved practices -
i a delayed season "I believe this new trade- INSURANCE Pinehurst Subdh'isionConcrete
way you write. Come in and ]I I Normal operation was re-1 not too long ago" the agent WE DON'T
does not mean profits will of soil testing and soil mark will provide the identification AT REDUCED RATES Block Home 3
select your frvorite ESTER- !I sumed at all state nurseries, I iI said. "Now we' are up to 250 AUTO FIRE BOAT Sell you we help you buy%

BROOK Fountain Ptn. TELE ,I as Florida sunshine came into I suffer. In fact some growers fumigation, and the fact that and I feel sure that we, will that we in Florida have DOYLE E. CONNER Bedrooms & Florida Room, Good selection of new and

GRAPH. its own this week. i, think it's better if local pro- growers are setting mor? have a substantial increase long needed for our products INSURANCE AGENCY Carport & Utility Room. used 8' and 10' wide Mo-

each year from now on,out." Conner declares. "SunFLAvor Phone 961-4501 F. H. A. Approved bile Hornes-
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is''so flexible that it can be tfchg
Starke Market Manager J. Small Down Payment. LAKE GENEVA I
used on nearly any type of LISTINGS WANTED All I, !
R. Wainwright is, also enthusiastic typesstrout Realty. P. O. Phone 964-3544 I TRAILER PARK
Florida fruit
or vegetable. Our
over the outlook for Box 1 mi. SE of Keystone Ht&
job now is to insure that only 307. Starke. Phone 468- 717 \V. Cypress Street
the 1963 season and is pleased 1766. tf chgC. on Route 100 I
quality products bear this Starke Fla.
over the fact that the state L. Atkinson tfehg
symbol. We are in the proces3
I has just let' 'a contract for
II of setting standardsfor lovely -
now up SIX Acres with nice modern
to another cool-
$2,721 equip
Female sewing machine oper spacious 2 bedroom duplex
I use. home barns and etc. Only
for storage ol berries ators. Steady year around apartment with screened bat
er room S7,3aa 1 1 wtttl\. vet; goad ttcros.B .
); field arernte&f.: This ti&vcootec Catty Grant work Good pay. JJo experience t
will te afcovrt. necessary. Apply in per Only S4BD0 BDDil BUS, fleorwc Atfs. Cat

i double the Tocm capacity of, .the'present Doris Day Star son. Lake Butter Apparel Com terms. STROUT REALTY 964-5T44, tIeD'
We're loaded with Used Car pany. Lake Butler. 2tchg 1-10
US South
installed cooler because and of is the being expected -At Fla. TheatreDoris FOR SALE Phone 301 Waldo ,Ha.Starke 468-1766.Fla Paul Meng

Ready mix concrete concrete Itchg. FOR RENT-1 bedroom trail
increase hi volume Day and Cary Grant

berry: block piers, fence posts sand BEWARE of buying any encyclopedia er. Westmoreland Trailer
Wainwright said. two of the movie industry'stop cement mortar mix rock steel before you see.Park. Phone 969-3151. tfchg

comedy stars, are teamed I' oyster shell limercck! and roof WORLD BOOK. Call or writeM. FOR RENT
Trade -ins 1963 FORDS for the first time in "That Multi only.
on Yule Mail Touch of Mink, a Universal-' gravel. Phone 9642521. tfchg A. PAYNE your local rep First class apartment. Living

Bradford Engineering Co. resentative since 1956, Box 603 room bedroom bath and kit
International comedy in color, phone 964-3794. tfchg chenette. No pets please. 128
Drop opening at the Florida Theatre TRAILER MART N. Church St. 2tp 1.10
Representing 8 Manufactur- YOUR OLD WATCH will

.> SundayMandasandTuea271 ....v' ...8' ..,$ >x ka: ,.th :s:. zurr: 1 3: :
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:: tS QS4 ,.... '-. <> .P ?;> ? >> > s5ii t
( 1 > 't; ,' iJ227 PbB prJzscrlde.a' re e.,)roc 1ll1.fi111at: Z tears GssaeNo. Sra'i AY73 a 1mb D113 .r. acute! ,ac (> arc stecSytoplen4g :n.' 1

as a mataaGc caoaed7 t tI R'i. i L( o w c p a m a s.K Y R Y : SS:

4) Q 'Jackson reported a 'sb&fr decrease I "That Touch of Mink" continues 17. East Palatka dial FOR RENT Furnished A- to }J DD per week depending oa

To Select From in volume cf C&f&toffimall I the Malarious tradition I 'b'b or 325 2048. \ 328.1 i Dartxtxerita \ & h bedrooms,( time devoted to Die busJoexj
through. 'the .flrst- 23:
of Miss Day's highly success-1 FOR SALE Simmons< ) we par light and water. Con Afaybe you can qualify. For
i! days of December this year tact 431 Center St. or Buttlng- personal interview in your area -
ful and 715 South Westmoreland St.
diverting romantic
i ton Appliances. Phone
to the same'period Day write J. H. McOartty.'WU
compared *
"Lover Come Back"and Priced for quick sale. Owner
,I in 1961. romps"Pillow Talk the latter leaving town. For information 964-0551, Night 8547191.tfchg listoru Florida. 3t chg 1-10
Jo All Makes and ModelsPiiced ,
Only 6,473 packages were winning her an Academy A- contact Williams Jewelers. PEYTON FLORIST REGISTER NOW far adult
I 1 tlcng.
delivered this Christmas season -
ward nomination. Such top evening cl&sses. Mall your
1'! by the Starke post office 10 ACRES LAND at city limit. 119 S. THOMPSON ST. course selections to I* H. Gib

compared to 6,581 last De- performers as Audrey Mead- Ideal to build on. Sell wholeor PHONE 961-4155 son. Drawer 100. St&rke. J2.00
i ows and Gig Young are cast In part Phone 964-2465 tfchg fee per course. Negro adults
I cember. Letters cancelled big supporting roles to DorisInd NIGHT 961-2S91 or 969-1522 contact Prof. Thompklns. R J.
during the period December FOR RENT Furnished and
E. School.
] Gary in their rollicking .
1-25 this yeartotaled only unfurnished apartments. Also I
romantic romp that carries unfurnished 2 Qr 3 bedroom We Wire flowers Anywhere BALED HAY for Sale. V. R.

121,1 16 compared 123.212 them from New York to Ber- houses. Reasonable rent. W. H. I tfchs Ferguson phone 9645571.

during the same period last Nollman. Starke. tfchz 4t ehg 1-17
muda and back again.
New Sofa and chair $139.95value
year.Gross The'story deals with a wealthy SEVERAL OPENINGS in Kindergarten for $99.95 at Dahmer's 19" T.V. and item combina

receipts also showeda and charming bachelor for 1963. Call Mama Discount House. Itch tion. Take up payments at

drop of $254.34.thisChrtst-: [Grant] who becomes intri- Priest. 9649374. 3t chg 1-10 Dahmer's Discount House.,

To SeIi : mas from 7785.03 In.1961.to gued with a luscious blonde WANTED Housekeeper for INCOME TAX SERVICE Itchg.

7530.69 ,in 1...62., [Miss Day] from a small town" elderly couple in Hampton. SHORT AND LONG FORM FOR RENT2 bedroom unfurnished

..... .' who is so attractive, males Live in: room board salary. BUSINESS AND FAIWSCHEDULES house. $30.00 per
Write Mrs. E. I* Birt. Hampton mo. Apply Smith DeVoe, 540
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just:naturally are attracted to "
or phone Waldo 4681752. W. AdKns St. ltp
I 23" T.V. Walnut finish complete -
way fOIL ,.write.Cwae.in. I J. D. Odom I Daily 9 A3L 9 P. L with antena. Take up
""' 1 BR
'?- "nf tirKitTESBEOOK : FOR RENT: 3 BR and
select le -: Phone 9&-3031 payments. Dahmer's Discount
Quaker oil heater. oil drum
Trailers. Also trailer lots for
Fountain Pen TELE_ renL, Westmoreland Trailer, and stand all for $89.95 at 1126 N. Thompson House. Itcn;.,

,I fog Dahmer's Discount House Itcg Delbert Green
I Park, phone 969-2151. tf-chg:

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-,_ L. L.' ......__ THE RIGHT POINT for the Have you an old refrigerator
daughter Debbie, Mr. and linson and children spent WITH YOUR pIe working together to prove sion in Alaska and will be esville. Mrs. Green and Mrs.
Mrs. Walter Withey of High Christmas with her parents, that nearly 13,000 people in stationed elsewhere in the Phillips are nieces of Mr. way you write. Come In and fan or tools which you bo long
1 RAIFORDIt Springs, and Milton Wade. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown of COUNTY AGENT Bradford County know that. t, States. Wells. select your favorite ESTEB- tr use. Convert them Into cull
Phone 961-3101 and sal
BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE now. ;
Mrs. Tommy Bennett of: Lake Butler.Mr. _._ Agriculture is important. Miss Mary Julia Futch VisIt- Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Roberts
_'L" _.- Jacksonville spent the week- and Mrs. Elwood L. '" I living GRAPH. for classified.
Tomp- Comparing our way of ed her mother Mrs. Joyce Jr. and family, Mr. and Mrs.
end with Mr. and Mrs. Bill kins had as Christmas dinner today as a result of pro- Futch, through Christmas R. R. Keith Jr. and family -- --
is with
learn that Rev.regret Price that is leav-we Sapp. Mrs. Bennett's sister I guests their children, Mr. gress during the past 10 to 20 week. and Mrs E. B. Mathews Jr. AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE

ing Raiford'' to go to Branford. Julia returned home with and Mrs. Malcolm Tompkinsof or 30 years we are faced with Holiday dinner guests of and family all of Jacksonvillewere i 964-2600
, them for a few days. Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. t just one big challengecon: Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Wainwright
Sunday guests of Mr.
He has made many new DeWitt and Elmarie Crewsof Fleming Tompkins and son of tinue the forward move during were Jack Wainwright and r
ca. and Mrs. J. C. Tye. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
friends and all
we wish him
Jacksonville visited her Statesboro, Ga. 1963! family of
Waycross Ga., Dan
the best.. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Reddish Mrs. Bessie Sapp spent the Wainwrighii of New York. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Turner I DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director

Mrs. Theodore Rosier had during the holidays.Mr. holidays in New Smyrna as k rrrYYYYTTTTTTTYTTTTTT Alice Langford of Lake But- spent the weekend visitingMrs. I Stark Fla.

as her Christmas guests Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bur- the guest of her children, the ler, the Jack Brassel B. F. Magaha in Pensa- RENTAL SERVICES
i family,
and Mrs. JactCason of Jacksonville nett Sr. had as holiday guestsMr. Jack Sapps and the Bill Sapp SMt A, LAWTEY Mr. and Mrs. James Wain- cola relatives in Jay and in Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crotche

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil : and Mrs. Curtis Kidd and family.Mr. w ft wright and children, and Mrs. Tallahassee with Mr. and Mrs. I
Addison of Lake City, Mr. and 'children Mr. and Mrs. Char and :Mrs. Drew Sweat By Enza Blanchard Patricia Durban and daugh- Horace Cushing and daughters -
Mrs. J. S. Sapp and childrenof lie Burnett Jr. and children, had as Sunday guests their Mr. and Mrs. Max Davis r
..... ters. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Lee
Mr. and niece, Mrs. Herman ......&.. and and Mr. Turner's
Lawtey, Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. James Su McDonald 6 .A 4jJU Wainwright of family,
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Thom Moore and childrenof der and children all of Jack- of Hahira Ga. Holiday Activities visited the family Saturday. brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Appliance -

Raiford?Mrs. Thelma Norman sonville. Mrs. Jimmie Gowan and Members of the MYF en Mrs. Cora Hodges and Mrs. and Mrs. J. D. Turner, and /
: of Miami .and Mrs. Ed- Mr. and Mrs. Drew Sweatand children of Jacksonville visited joyed Miriam their mother Mrs. Cora Tur-
a fellowship supper Mon- Marrs of Maxville visited
na Moire' ot Fort Myers. daughter Ramona. hadas : friends in Raiford last Sun- By G. T. Bugging day night, and held at Watch Mrs. Hester Hodges dur- ner, who resides with them. SERVICE AT ITS BESTTrained

The many friends of Elzy Sunday guests Mr. and day.Alton Night service afterwards. The ing the week.

Thornton will regret to learn Mrs. Glen Gramling and fam Browning of Jackson- We have said Goodbye to church bell was rung at midnight Recent dinner guests of Mr CONGREGATIONALHOLINESS
( that he is in King Memorial ily, and Mrs. and Mrs- Charles vile, and Mr. and Mrs. David 1962. We have seen things and Mrs. Harold Norman were CHURCH Experts In Each Dept.

Hospital due to an accident Gramling and family, all of Browning and children of Pa- happensome we liked, and The Lawtey Recreation Mr. and Mrs. Leon Norman
Monday night. Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs. latka were weekend guests of some we didn't We are in a Board gave a Christmas party and family and Mrs. Edna North 301. 2% miles out o! I
Mr.and Mrs.I>B.Wade had Willard Gramling of Lake Mr. and Mrs. Bill Browning.Mr. fast-moving time and thereis last Friday night for the Law- Moore of Fort Myers Mr. and town on left of the road.Your.g FOR QUICK t Gay's

I as their Christmas guests Mr. City. and Mrs. A. R. Brunner one thing sure, 1963 will tey Junior High students, and Mrs. David Browning of Starke People's Meeting DEPENDABLESERVICE _

f and Mrs. Harvey. Lanvox and Mr.. and Mrs. Charles Toa- had as holiday guests their also--- be-- different.. .An_. individual everyone had a grand time. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Raf use, Friday, 7:30 p. m. Sunday
I son. Rill 'Rmrmor. and .family .......... an organization 'School, 10 a.m. tsunday Night I mm Home
a community An installation of officers Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harley, and
1 of Tampa.Mr. or a nation does not for the new year was held in Mrs. Ruby Rosier. Worship, 7 p. m. Everyone CALL
Register Now for Credit Review .
or and Mrs. Barney Brown- stand still. We move forwardor the Masonic hall here Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wells cordially invited to attend

EVENING CLASSES TO BEGIN JANUARY 7 ing and their sister and Mr. backward. A still stream of day night, Dec. 27, with John of Huntsville Ala. spentChristmas Rev. Carl Edmondson,' .pastor.I 964.7511 1 1

and Mrs. Eddie Browning, all water soon becomes stagnant. C. Tye conducting. This wasa week with his mother LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH .'Ij j Appliances
of Jacksonville were Sunday: Agriculturally we must district meeting and was Mrs. Mae Wells, in Law-
MONDAYS ((7:30.9:30)) .. guests of the Bill Brownings. move forward. We will do that open ,to the public. After ad- tey, and with his brotherinlaw Sunday school 9:45: ajn. AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR

j English Grammar, Business English Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Carter with the use of proven farm journment, a dessert course and sister Mr. and Mrs. Morning worship 11 a.m.
and son Edward, and Mrs. practices. We will plant varieties was served by the hospitality Joe Dorko and Mr. and Mrs. Evening worship 7 p.m. Maytag Frigidaire Zenith
) Typing and Bookkeeping Belle McCormick spent Christ- of crops that have been committee. Arthur Green at the State

TUESDAYS ((7:30 9:30)) mas in Jacksonville with Mr. proven acceptable by the Church Schedule Farm. They also visited Mr. Everyone Rev. D.welcome.E. Willis, Pastor.. GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UP
and Mrs. David Hendricks and. trade. We will make good use Grace Methodist Sunday and Mrs. Neil Phillips in Gain-

American History and Government children. lof available equipment. We School, 9:45 a. m. Morning h .
Florida. History and Geography During the holidays Mr. will properly use agricultural Worship, 11 a.m. Evening
I Mechanical Drawing and Woodworking and Mrs. Marshall Dobbs hadas chemicals to fight insects, diseases Service 7:30 pin:. MYF each
guests their children Mr. I and weeds. We will Wednesday 8'pjn.. .
Sciences: General and Biological and Mrs. Morris Dobbs of keep up with research and First Baptist
f : Sunday
WEDNESDAYS ((7:30 9:30)) lakeland and Mr. and Mrs. proven practices in our live- School 10 a-m. Morning Worship 91i5 HERE WE GO
Nolan Dobbs of Tennessee.The stock programs. We will con- 11 aun. Training Union
Mathematics (all levels) Giles Tompkins familyof tinue to work on the many 6:30 pjn. Evening Service

Typing and Shorthand Jacksonville, and the Billy phases of marketing agricul- 7:30: p.m. Midweek Service
Tompkins family of Leesburgwere tural products; and we must each Wednesday, 7:30
pan. ,
THURSDAYS ((7:30.9:30)) Sunday guests of Mr. realize that this is a program Personals

Basic Education (Reading, Writing, Arith- and Mrs. E. W. Tompkins. involving variety and type selection Sympathy is extended to all

metic) production and pro- members of the family of Rob-
Sciences:. General and Biological cessing practices. ert eM. [Malley] prevatt
Well, Into 1963,
as we move whose death occurred Satur- o
OTHER CLASSES ON DEMAND ii-os it might be interesting to contract S day in Jacksonville. Mr. Pre- -

Register NOW for Credit or Review I; our way of living now vatt was born here and reside
with a few years ago. ed in'' the community until

f CONTACT: L. H. Gibson, Program DirectorI I << Two jobs on Saturday morn moving to Jacksonville.

'1666J. ing was to clear the ashes out Erie Phillips, young son of i FOR A BIGGER BETTER
" USO Bldg. Office or write Drawer 100, Starke, Fla. j of the fireplace and take corn Mr. and Mrs.Lesley E.Phillips rt' J ,
Ii to the mill.Dishes underwent
an appendectomyat
and clothes were Doctor's Hospital in Starke
J. washed with home made ly? the first of the week Reportsare BUSINESS YEARN 1963

f. soap. All the dish water was that he came through I ,
used to put on vegetables in nicely and is recovering satis- I

l{You can do afl your banking here.. the The garden.only other insect treat- factorily.Mr. and Mrs. Harold Norman's Y

ment we had was arsenate of
son. Charles spent a
without even stopping your engine lead and paris green..The only fewdays in the'hospital but

treatment for crop diseasewas seems to be getting on nicelyat

copper. home now.
Your sweetheart knew you Rev. and< Mrs. Joe Rauler- .
j loved her when you bought hera son visited Mr. and Mrs. L. P. ;ary
S Vt double-dip ice cream cone.
Rafuse Thursday to Sunday.Mr. .
+ Now it takes the minimumof and Mrs. Robert E. Lee

t a $2 box of candy.I and children spent Friday with NEXT _
3 3f can remember the second her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G-

Model T Ford we had was L. Peterson, in Arlington 4
I equipped with a selfstarter.It Mr. and Mrs. Brassel and
:{ :.yyt xh t'rp,nt+.r...,. tsxrt was fun to stand on the I family visited Mr. Brassel's TRI-COIMY

running board.It parents Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
was not so much fun but Brassel, in Augusta, Ga. over
M .v. was necessary till I was in the weekend.Mr. .
S M- Yz. about the eighth grade to take and Mrs. Vaughan Pres-

I a bath each Saturday nightin cott, Lonnie Prescott of Mid- SHOPPER LE4 (

"" ,. t... a big wash tub set in the dleburg, and Mr. and Mrs.

\\1: ,"' ,, 'V; \1:,:., kitchen. Water was heated stove.ona Ralph Darley and childrenwere I : F
.: : \ wood-burning cook holiday visitors of the Y r
Sure was fun later to ride in Darley-Bannett family.Mr. DUE

a rumble seat. I'm thinking and Mrs. Oscar Carter

I Car full of kids? No place to park? NO right now of one of the pres- visited his sister, Mrs. Kenny
ent top farmers in the SantaFe 1A"A
Frank Mr. and Mrs. Harley I
PROBLEM Just come to our Drive-In- area, Joe tinier, who has a Smith hi Lakeland and Mrs. : t CN T
1931 Chevy coupe with a rumble JAN. 17 1 _
Leaman Norman and familyin 't y
Window.Then do your banking without even seat. Joe and I kinda went Miami during the holidays. y. ,- t t t
I around together then as early
Miss Debbie Phillips of i
switching off your engine! II t' n-a.gers. Jacksonville visited her sister 9
J Nobody counted calories.
------- Mrs. Carrie Norman,last week.
and a meal without meat and
Mrs.Joyce Fetch Miss Mary
wasn't complete.Not
gravy Julia Futch. and Miss Eliza-
practical much now beth Terry visited Rev. and
but still would be old-fash- "
Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson and
ioned the entire family .
went to Sunday School .and family and Mrs. J. W. Terry rt' .
; in Lake City last Friday.
-' Church together. About 13 relatives and : ,
: : : .E: None of us can rememberthe friends from out of town called 1 ,
.. : beginning days of the U. t
.. ... _" on Mr. and Mrs. Sidney i iI s; f .
S. Department of Agriculture. I .
I do know that Agriculture Hansen during the holiday! I
We .
of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group I
season. I
\ has moved forward as a result I
I Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. of President Lincoln sign- Christmas dinner guests of I *hI I
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hiilhard
.Iing an act 100. ..years ago laying I
the- foundation- for our agricultural were Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Og-!

success today.A I Ilvie, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Su-
was needed to get her Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starl- ABOVE)
way r
DIRECTORYAUTO the information of our col- ing and family. Mr. and Mrs \ Telegraph Circulation 3,200IriCountyShopper
STARKE BUSINESS legs of Agriculture and Exper Donald Suber and family Mr. 3,235 Copies of Tri-
iment Stations out to the peo and Mrs. Sunny Kite and fam \

ple. Thus the County Agent' fly, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Frigo' 3,235 County Shopper Ready

program, under the Agricul- Mr. and Mrs.. Steve Starling\ in Bradford
for Mailing
REPAIRS AUTO SERVICE AUTO SERVICE tural Extension Service, was all of Jacksonville, Mr. and

started over 55 years ago. Mrs. Louie Lee Starling of A-I and Surrounding Counties.
J. B. Wright Starke's As, we move into 1963. we von Park. Sidney Starling of\

Earl's Garage expect to see agriculture In the State Farm and his : TOTAL 6,435 .
SINCLAIR 6EBYICB Cities Service StationALL
Bradford County move for- daughters. Karen and Pamelaof I

KD-"DS or STATION J. C. Gardener, Prop. ward. We are observing im- Starke, and Joy Ann Stan\

AUTO EETAHt WOES Complete Act Scrrk >Every Mechanical Service provements in the quality of ing of Gainesville and son i

Tina Batteries Aeecttorfai General Repairs Automatic our livestock. We are exper- Mitchell, of Starke. I Great strides were made in the last half of 1962 toward building
All Work Guaranteed Lubrication Transmissions iencing increased yields and Charles Smith, who is stationed i
Pkaae B9.2C Washing Cities Service Products ; improved quality in our crops. at the Navy Base in:; Starke into a regional shopping center. Through the combined medium .

$.. Walnut. SUrto 542 Madison f-2S91 TIRES BATTERIESDodd' Our farmers as a group are working interestedin together Norfolk.mas leave Va.with spent his his parents Christ-,\ of The Telegraph and The Tri-county Shopper the merchants of

J 705 N. Temple Stub maintaining agriculture as Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith and' Starke_ are telling their story to an, audience of 20,000 readers withina
Service & PHONE oei- eu business in Bradford -
:AUTO SERVICE a the biggest County. family.Holiday guests of Mr. and\ radius of 15 to 20 miles. The pullingpower. of this saturation cover.

I Auto Sales AUTO TIRES We are ready to draw up a Mrs. Paul Dinkins were Mr.\ age was proved by the large crowd. of, out-of-town shoppers and the in

Gilbert S. Brown Rambler Sales Serrfa Starke Recap Co. charter organize which our labor will camp officially pro daughter and Mrs.of Jim Jacksonville Burton, and Mr. ;I creased volume of retail sales during each Shopper weekend. If you are

Staadari 00 Berrfe Statloa GENERAL REFAIBINO Pappy Kanlstca OinurReeapplnc H gram. Just a couple month and Mrs. Paul Dinkins and! not taking advantage of this inexpensive way to reach consumers in
to Can ft: Treda. ago we realized the comple- son of St. Augustine Mr. and !
ONE DAY SERVICE tion and dedication of our Mrs. Charles Dinkins and area -
TIKES A BATTERIES Mufflers NEW TIKES AT SAVDKMBATTERIES Bradford County Fair Build- children ,of Starke Mr. and !
FIEESTON1 hags valued at more than 50. Mrs. Horace Cox of Waldo I
Budget :Terms Road service NOW!
.'* Phone!1347071 Tires. Batteries dceEesoriea Phona 4-tm 000. This project, followingthe and grandson. St-4 Freddie
development of our labor Dinkirirwh'o has Been serving -
407 N. Teaurte: Stark 528 S. Walnut 964-3SI1 SOt South Starke
camp program a year and a I' in Anchorage Alaska.peQ ; .
flail ago involved enoospu Freddie has finished bit miS I


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Pyyyyyyy'. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTPTTT.T .T.TTT.TT.' raine Dey, David Schaeffer;'!1 V VVY'WYYTYYTTYTYYYYTYT11'' !"Mrs.: i> Dorothy"i \:"La'nd and ''YT.T T TT T Y. .YT.' moved. She 4s home now-arid Ietting ARAN BAPTIST ChURCh ,

Butch and Jimmy Fox, Jane daughters of Branford spent I' I along very well. GR.XDL".FLA.REThulI.ENT I.

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS McMurtry, Joe Gardner: ,'Reba;\I MELE\ $ 4L:Chnstmas, with-.t; lr" rs.' ''Land's. ) GR.ANDIN'i I IBy Dalf Turner of Putnam Hall j '! INCOME

Hall: ,'Herbie,Nelson, Bob Jackson bro'ther-in-law and sister, Air' : s patient. in Bradford Coun-i I Sunday School. 10 a. m.

By 11ary! L&haeffer&AAAAAAL4AAAAA431IAAAAAAAALAAAAAAA1ALAAALAAA /Mac Hall Jim McMyrtry' ,"!: By Mrs. Alice Rothrununer I i and",:Mrs. Bunyon Kelley. : .. j Charleyene BrantieyvYmyyYYyYyYYYYvyYY' j -y Hospital. | I ilorning Worship, 11 a. IU' ASK-YOUfi GULF: MAX
Dianne B okas, To PI my'' Mrs. Rebecca ';
Mrs. Maude 'Robinson of : Brantley of ;
1[Taming Union 6:30
: : p. BRAULT
Thompson l and Lee $utton.MEETING' .. i!4'AAAA4A44&AAjMAAAJ.JJ Gainesville held' the annual j I : Melrose- spent Christmas wee xp. | fa
I I toning Worship 7:30 p. m.
I NOTICES-' i 4phnny .Stqrer Jrpm theUr-} ':Robinson- Christmas fathering'I Christmas .1962 has come; with her family" Mr and Mrs I heyoua Heights- ph 415I

Garden Club Meets Lake. j The Estrellita Club wilJ II iversity of Florida, Chris Storer at the home of her son and, and gone. It was a very nice Weldon Brantley. ilidweek Prayer Meeting Wed-' Jax .1Iiviay: otlesday "

With Mre. Harris Those who enjoyed the I meet at the' Masonic'Hall from 'the University of_South daughter-im-law, Mr. and day at our house. With six Mrs. Dorothy Stokes of uiI ., 7:30: p. m. -1

The Garden Club of the festivities included David ;i Wednesday Jan. 9, at'2 p-m Florida, Tampa, and Tommy I Mrs. Bud Robinson. Amongthe children In the house you can ami spent the Christmas holidays -' ---- ___U'1, 1

Lakes met on Thursday after- Schaeffer, Lorraine Dey, Dolores ; A social hour will be held prior torer from Harvard University 57 guests who attended well imagine 'what Christmas ', .with her mother, Mrs. __ .. __ ....... _.,,,,",,-.f''';'''''' .; "Jb -

noon, Dec. 27, #t the home of I Murrhee. John Allen, to ,the business meeting.The Cambridge, Masse spent were her brothers sisters, their morning was like! "I I Sophie Schneble. 1' n

Mrs. Florence Harris on Lake Gary Cooper, Renee Belote, i Eastern Star will meeton i the"Christmas' holidays with families, her children, 'grand- Mr. and Mrs. Harriss Her Dale Martin of Gainesville 7 : our W yfo"

Geneva. Fourteen members Pam Thompson Joe Gardner : ,Jan. 15 for the first time i t children and great-grandchil
their parents Mr-: : fifl Ml+ j and Loretta Luke of Pa- is visiting Judy Sapp for several -
and two visitors were present. i Rodney Paul Johnny ..Martin.I In 963. Business will include I Morris ,B. Storer, dren. Several of the guests' latka spent Christmas day ,days tins week. health and fun. .
The president, Mrs. Rich- Don North, Jane and Jim Mc- the election of officers.. Hostesses I i were from Melrose. --
with Mrs. L. E/
I Mr. and ,Mrs. Tom Odoin j Mrs. Vira' Herring and Harris of Key-
ard Vogh, opened the bust. Murtry. Lee sutton, Norma I for the meeting will be"I Ii Mr. and Mrs.. Alvin Tyler
Mrs. Callie and Heights visited Mrs. Mar-
and.children Graceville, Ga. Rye sons.
ness meeting with Invocation j Valldejuli, Stefan Brokas, Er-j i Mrs. Frank Stitchberry, Mrs. ii i I and l children .spent Christmas Mr. $ LANES
Melrose. Mrs. H. B. Sikes TARt
spent several days in, | and gieStuart last Tnursday
of various Williams Bruce i Osteen Mrs. Arcen.a Wilson '
and .chairmen the nie Moon, Ruby is' with Mrs. Tyler's grandpar-
Miss Becky Brice, who and family of Qr ffiri. Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mask -, i iHIGHWAY
committees :gave reports of Linda Anthony Jackie Fox, i and Mrs. Aughtrey Vance. e'nts, Mr..' and Mrs. Anthony
thfe ,rear' activities."Following :1 Marian Beasley, and the hos i 1 The Keystone Heights Wo- ii | taking nurses training: in Jacksonville !, Johnson, in Starke.Mr. Lt.and Col. and Mrs. James Sik s and family "went to 'Panama :. 100 (sornn)
family of Fort Gordon City to spent Christmas with "
the business. tesses. i man's Club will meet at 2 p. ; at St. Hospi-j and Mrs. :Evans Spires
'"witji Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Henry ; Mrs. Mask's Instruction
there Christmas Miss LeMee Jan. 8, in the tal. spent the holidays : parents. $ Free
was a party ;, Suzanne was I m. Tuesday, and -sons of Tallahassee spent i. t
j her parents Mr. knd Mrs. E.L.Br1ceonLakeSafltaYe' .t Dinklea; and Mr. and Mrs. i Mr. and'Mrs. Roy Gibson of
with an exchange of gifts hostesses at a holiday party I Community Church educational the holidays with Mr: Bp1re'parents Gerrit Dinklea of Florahomewere
: Indian River spent Christmas I
I II j
and:! delicious refreshments .on Wednesday evening, Dec. I building for the regular Mr. and Mrs! Albert
of Christmas day guests at with Mr: and Mrs. R. L. Tanner ,
served by hostesses Mrs. Harris '-j 26, at her home on Keystone I business meeting. Followingthe i Miss Martie Chamberlin Spires; For League Information
the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.
I last week wita and family.
Ruth Mitchell, aJlcf'Ron.nie Lake. business, a social hour. andgetacquaintedtune I Micanopy spent ''Mr: and Mrs. W. H. Mann : I PHQNE .96 l
Tison. B. flukes Sr. j We wish all of
Hardenbergh. *' M! I will be Mr: and Mrs. Dock L i our readers
'Guests included Bobby Red- had Christmas dinner with

I As a bonus attraction, Mrs.- I feat, Margaret Colson Pat held.Mrs.. Julius Hanson president I- Duncan'Mr. and of Lawton.Mrs. Charles Okla. -visited A.- Mr.: and Mrs. .R.So' Williams grini Mr. and and children Mrs. Bernie of Miami Pelle-1 1, New a very Year.prosperous and happy ,'"L _- __ 7 Z i$ ::_i.l ::';_'.-_.M ';:
I in Interlachen.Tom'Odom '
Vogh showed slides she &ndher "
j LaMee. Sarah Woodburn, Di- spent Christmas weekend with .
1 husband had made on a I anne Brokas, Veasy Walker, of Keystone Woman's I Mrs. Duncan's parents. of 'Grateville, Mrs. A. G. Hinson. Mrs. Hiri- i rI
Club, will hold a board meeting Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Simmons.Mrs. former resident of Mel- T.
tour of the country, featuring Ga.-a
) George Leath, Eric Redfearn, son is Mrs. Pellegrini's mother.W. ,
at 1 p.m., Jan. 8, prior to Maxie King, Buck '' hfd in d afternoon -i.
national and state parks:' Suzanne Judd Larry LaMee, rose, was : D. Gornto Sr. has beena I
I the business meeting. This, King, and' Reda Tiller spent..several it' Elaim BaptistChurch. i' KEYSTONE HEIGHTSi! !

Young People Enjoy"I I Herbie Nelson. Jimmy Fox, too will be held in the educational days in Harlsville", :S: .... .,, "j I patient in Bradford County
Holiday Parties I Butch Fox. Joe Gardner Re- C. with relatives arid friends. Hospital for the past !o' k.1ei :
: building.It's Mrs. 'Jiuksonfigirl'slh
On Thursday evening Dec. '! ba Hall Bob Morgan, Mac : Harry :: j! i home now and getting alon ,

27, Carol Warren and Patty I i iShaughnessey I Hall. April Mesko. Carol Kal- a Boy for Roy- Mr. and Mrs. Darin"' sperfc: at Melrose' High, gave nicely. U' U SlNESS DIRECTORY
Christmas In Starke 'with: rel :
: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Spradleyof a -party al her home 'Fridajr
were joint hostesses Pen J. F rickland of Melbourne :

man, Steve .O'Connor, Tommy f '
\ Club Estates atives. the basket I
Keystone are night in honor.of
at a holiday party held McLendon, Julie Walker, Tom, spent Christmas week,
the proud parents of Mr. and Mrs. TUorrts: and *who &\ -U
a son ball team. The girts -- -'
at Patty's home on Santa Fe I Ij with his Another,, :Mrs. W D.
Gardner, Barbara Jean Turner INSURANCE REAL ESTATE
Ii of Wood !
daughter, Faye, Long "
i I born Friday, Dec. 28 in a tended were 'Misses'Virg'iniaFcffd Gornto, Sr ., I 1 "I FLOKIST. .
and William Carter. Jacksonville hospital. Mr. and Miss Roy Caldwell'-of-II ,rTrudie2 Morris'Conniej' T I
Restaurant | J rs. Callie Rye., Mrs. Yin,1 Murrhee Insurance i I C. J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR
j Miss Nancy Sutton entertained Spradley is coach for the KHS land Grove spent Christmas Klnf;' Hilda<< Wise I <
I friends at a holiday' with Mr. and Mrs. HowaM, CiroluII'II Herring .aad Jimmy. went jto'I, .
Indians. Mrs. Spradley is the : f BHcftanan/'Jean-iirvely, kr'j 1! ,Gainesville Saturday to visit ,A-I Edna Williams i
party on Saturday evening,,, Morris and .faJl ly. ? REAL ESTATE
I former Lavora Capps of Starke. Mathews. Tison/Efa-:
{ I LAWflENCE'S DINETTE Herring's Johl Her I.
1 Dec. 29. Guests included Ber-, I nrflcfl.tVa CLfi U 4L .' Mr. and "Mrs. "Ralph MatL ra Baldwin, ,0ien&a'T'Nobles,1CatKy : Mrs, $on, } *-:.I General Insurance FLORIST-NURSERY ,MORTGAGES APPRAISAL

OPEN SUNDAYS I nice Brune, Rennie Johnson,,, I Mrs. Harold Lawrence" left, hews'and famity5 spent Christmas -, '- Webster, R&ti\', Cook rIngand'i. 'Mr. mi1y. I.|t fire Casualty Bonds FLOWERS ::1. f'v.t.onp UPiI1t. f'l1IGb .'1
to and Mrs. Carl Cox and |I. Allied LIne For All Occasion
11, A. M. To 9 P. M. Mary Ann King MargaretMuir. Saturday morning, Dec.29,for day ;with ;'his"' sister Doris 'I.ifd t .- a'ndJnice-r..j

H)'. 21-Keystone Height/:/, Dee Dee Hardenbergh,, ; Punta Gorda, where\she. visited Jacksonville.;=' \ ,Mrs. 'ria.: Schneider'blClev&arMOWcfis .sons Mrs. of Irving Melrose'Ormond, and of Mr.Inter and! Keystone Heights. 2731Problems idelro&e Phone: OR 5-2331 'James H. McEacherir,

Chuck Pardee, Alec Livingston,I her sister Mrs': Arneeta 'Mr. an< Mrs. Harrison .R.: fisiting-her _
lachen -u------
spent Christmas '
Day II
George Leath John Allen. Lor.: Reed. She returned to Key- Murphy) spent the Christmas : son n-law .and daughtef*: Mr. | with Insurance I
with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hut-. NURSERY Completely Furniphed-r-S toad-
holidays 'With relatives in Whiter Call the Man from H
stone Jan. 2. and Mrs. Morris B. Storer.frs. r
room spacious home 2 years
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Law- Park. Mae Sue Jesaiip'of Atlanta son.Miss "Travelers"lantly
Vickie Gornto, daughter I old t on large j landscaped lot
son and Mrs. Lawson's mother, Mr. and Mrs. Arno TiedgeohJ ; 1 Ga.- visited Mr; and of Mr. I ) Payment Plan Clemens Nursery ; \
and Mrs. H. H. nilh! dock, $16060LITTLg ,
Mrs. Glen Morris. all of Ros- and family of Columbus, Ga j Mrs:'Earl L. Brice. I Available ;
Gornto, entered Putnam Me- Citrus tree $2->O' to $I.9i:>> SAA'TA,Fr-
I well visitint'Ai.: spent a: few'days with Mr. and -Mr. V.Barley -
Ga., were and 'Mrs. Ray j
morial I
Hospital last Thurs- Mrs. T. R. Jlattin A8odat
Price and I Ceo. E. LaRue some in fruit, Canned or Bare- *
James Jr.
and Mrs. Bill Few and family Mrs. L. Norfolk, Va. and Miss Julia ,J
day and
her tonsils III
re- 3IcH.\CIlERNi .
over the holidays. Mr. and f family Pritchard of Deland visited I I Keystone Heights root. .. t J\3IUs .

i i Mrs. Lawson went on to Mi-: "Mrs. 'Charlotte Pelham had Mr. and Mrs. R) F. Simmons.j \gt.: For TRAVELERS Azaleas 3 for :$! 1.00 to $1.00 P. O. Dox 163 Phone 41p 1

for weekend"while Mrs.I I Christmas dinner with the Mrs:'Nancy Bass'of"Gainesville I I IHi Keystone Height,. tFla.
ami a .
I Walter T>ose, Federal Siren Model Insurance. CompanyAutomobile way 100 at Hillcrest ,.
Morris remained in Keystone Addisons. visited her nephew :and 3T22 10 HP 3 signal 220- I ea'1'

j with Mrs" .Few: her other Fred "Ashley. of Rocky niece Mr. and !Ir5. A. M..Ho-' pha'e.440 *ults. 5/60 cycle :3: .I lIIe.on-nlri--. 3>/2 Allies East of S. E.,McKay, Realtor I

daughter. Mountain N. C. visited his wcll, in Micanopy.' 1-Rernote 5niitr,1' units for Fire Keystone Heights: I II aKo 1'rut&tProperty.. llouiNuid

Miss Janis Paul, daughterof brother sister-in-law, Mr. ( use with Model' 3T22 dual I Tel 4692 Day 4325, Nite I Acresg.Reysth.e .

and Mrs. Clarence Ashley. .. purpose :siren, RC -3". I II '
i Mr. and Mrs. Canton Paul METHODIST CHURCH Operating Switeh.; Air I !. !rIghtrh.: 31)1k)
of Hillcrest, left Jacksonvilleby and family. MELROSE Ilaid timer for Model ST22 NURSERY STOCK "

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ford and -. jj;.' 1-: ,. dual purpose &iren. ..u\I MILL-WORK '
train i k
Wednesday evening Winifred
on 220 volts. .. H.
daughters Doris and Virginia Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith, I
; 3-8irl'ns.
Dec. 26. to visit her maternal Electric Motor- CITRUS IX COKTAlNfiRB.; '
spent Christmas with Mr. arid Pastor Driven n 0 ndirectional. I CRAWFORD
grandfather in Arkansas 1 ,
two-tone Size, B, 100 I Keystone :>0 To $:>.00
for a week. Mrs. .John Simmons in Orlafl- Sunday School ,9:45 ft.-m. db; 2 HP 220V AC' and II ttag. RM Estate'Kroki* I

Mr and Mrs. Herbert Nel- do and Mr. and' Mrs. Jotin Worship iram.'TRINITY ,I nal>C:,Federal: Sign:'and Sie*I\ Millwork Plenty of Blooming: Camelliasfrom Lake<<:' Properties Aerate* 'I.
Corp. ,Mo4el' Xo. 2. Shop
son and son enjoyed Christ- Bellerjeau in Indian River- 3-Remote-Control units for v SOc up. Rate Camellias R&nches Buamesi City .
City. use with above Model I Xo. grafted, $7.50 Plenty o?I, ..
. mas dinner with Mr. and Mrs CHURCH MELROSE 2 Sirens RC 2 CABINETS .- DOORS Homes !lntkus'We
Everett Fox and family. Mrs. V. Y. Crawley spent; 3-Federa.1 Model 1 ",,1R" Air Evergreens and Landscape I Take. A PersorjUTnter&'

Mr and Mrs. Leo LeBlanc, the Christmas holidays with L Holy Days-40 a. m;, Holy n l1'Tlmf>fII for use with WINDOW FRAMES Plants In Tour Requlrtnt* '

and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Neal her father B. Weeks. at Fort*'; !I, 3undays 10 a. m. Church The above,Boar4.MtIl,and! ] ,2 Hie Sirens.above SCREENS Let us landscape jour home. i!' Midway. ?<. Keystone 'tidl'ht..4. .

were Christmas dinner guestsof Walton. II School 11:45'a.. m. Morning named Cities fesene the rightto I I Trim .MaUrfolj MelroaiIliiray !, :
Rev. reject ami all bid 0. C. CARNES NURSERY;
Lee W. Heaton is First any *
recuperating (
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tammof Prayer' and Sermon CHAKLES A, DAUBY i i Sash Made To Order ..
,. iliway 100, 23 mi. E. of Sturke 2I-OJ'1 Muidaya-
Keystone Club Estates. at home after at-Sunday, Holy] communion!: fpjnl Clerk V

Miss Frances Heaves of Key- brief stay in the Medical Center -. : Episcopal Young Church' 1-3(OFFICIAI1 2t 1-10 SEAL) :Keystone I Height. :Tel,-I. 42&i,1\\1 at Florahome, P.h. 6S4-5665 ,GR & ?9AI. !, I I

I C '
PHONE stone, and her parents and in Gainesville. men.;' to \

two brothers and two sisters Arthur Barber spent Wednesday Communion., ,'-' -- -- _'------ -__ ------ '--- -__ -. -___---.Q....._ .___ ""'.
were Christmas day guests of in Tampa with Miss The Rev. Le W. Heaton, "

WO 4-3101 relatives in St. Augustine.- Margaret Morris and family Vicar A : J : ; I

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinck :i

and family entertained Mr.
of Nelson's Point. .
Office and School Supplies and Mrs. George Schaeffei IA THE CIHCtir COURT OF '
and Miss Anna McCullough al Dr. and Mrs. C.'M. Booherof THE EIGhTH JIUICIAL elKcr1.1' -' -i .

New Castle. Pa., OK FLOH1UA I..1.%U .
are '
Christmas Dinner FOR UKAUFOH1J) LOL.M'Ai .
Mr, and Mrs. H. H. Reaves ing Mr. and Mrs. Don Morgan IN l'U.UE\; r 1e. FULL SUSPENSION FILES. : i,
BRADFORD County TELEGRAPJ of and sons on Lakeview Drive. JlUtrl'G.\l;: .,EOUECLUsflhi .
I Jacksonville visited Mr' The CASK! >O. 13-153.: I _
< Reaves' father, A. E. Reaves, Boohers AreMrs.. M*r- 1 slituie, tor ITsfceniialHouiiiit .. 25JnOre flllng.capacfiy. Smooth gliding drawers : : _
parents. l Inc.,
Sr., and his niece, Miss Fran. Mrs. Harold Sutton entertained ,[i'lamtlff a cuiporation" roll quietly at f the mere touch! of.a finger. Easy to operate. 0 .L-a4. .' ..- _ _ _

ces Reaves, on Bedford Lake -V8Xorma _______
on Christmas afternoon.A. with a morning coffee Gertrude Crown and Equipped with side lode compressors and guide rods. 4''y _

E. Reaves was the Lake at' her home\'U>n Keysto'ne Gerald. cU euiglc Marie, lllou t. Heavy'gay pa_steel. Built_ to.I st a lifetime. Mist Ceenp $

Your Bank is ALWAYS Open Christmas dinner guest of Mr for Tier neighbors on : DiiicndantsOTlfK ri Sand .,, _
and Thursday morning Dec. 27.. > OF :SALE I ve reen.pe ,Sqhara Brown or Gray. p23' 1
:Mrs. :
Buff, his : :
Guests included Public tiotiee'is! hereby givtn ,
neighbors.We Mrs. Edward that vartuani tu Firth, Mrs. Frank Price, Mrs.I r Ui U 'I| ,
we glad to > it: : with the Final, :-
hear that William Worstall. Mrs. W.jflY creo of foreclosure entered DZAILtJe1 '- i, -- SIll Wide Hiili BIQ Mea WITH tOrt2024e _ _. ,,.$
Mrs. Edith Thornquist is much I :2e. iKu::. lii tlie abuie '-I .
I improved after being quite ill. Homala Mrs. Walter Andrewsen. j eplitled CurL and cause, t&tUlILIrlbIglIeuI .er Sizo: _tAi.', $" m 24" $47.85 tc33$ ,, ..,-, a F i
Mrs Ethel ciurivs A. l)aru>', ""ft :: : .
/i / I| A lot or credit goes to her efficient E. Weyman, M1'S'1 C...rk <,t ..MiU Cuurt, will itcll tklolly 2M.1S-tetterSii' '''':Ur.'!" 26* 17": 43.75 JW.7S.. 4 "';'" I
nurse, hr sister, Mrs Martin Mis. Sara Rfo i, wing Ui>sorU>ed prupvityis 202-18b-lerieru9..14i"' 281 17* 52.75 t < .
I I L ,_ "t I: Ruth Ohlson. Donald Mrs. Nan Muir, Airs. | Stuti fret of Cast half 502-legatSiM' tTTi" 28" it I'

I I' I M : Frank Wright of Palm Harteck, Mrs. Joseph Wildt) br tl:; I'UHClf ut Suuthweet: QUIjT-1| .. r1 24"-, 57.70; ,

I 1 ttk1 and Mrs. J. M. Smith. l.Juartet'b'. \"'.1 ) of Nurt|.- >. ."-II :
: Beach \" .
was a holiday visitor at Mst Quarter (M (4) of S *ptlon tHREE DBAW R.C. .un er Hht i .' '
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c i the home of Mrs. Lena Clem- :31. lonnslilp i tout il26ja.'S1.1.s'' 4
COMMUNITY CHURCH JUIIKC 22 1:110"tP8ttJI"r: I 203-Lrtter.Siza-14 ::56
!I ens and her sons. John and KEYSTONE HEIGHTS with the it-nvnientB, htrdI& $Q4'8at'$ize 17r ..oi' 6 '7.10 78,85
George Allen in Hillcrest.. menu juiU uppui tenaniea, r 1 .
j nituate in Urad ford County;, 1
Mrs. Clemens and sons spent Dr. A. C. Holt, Minister. i "* ,
Kii.ri.U. i iat FOUR fcBAWER _
Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. George A. Canova, organist pobi' "wl'r) to the hightet -. _
Mrs. E. John Nolson and family and director.John Hud. I and best .bidder for cub at tll8 -Letter Sio __ '4.52 26W' 51.75 71.M 1 ) S _________

in Jacksonville. Mrs. Nel- son, Youth Director. I ;South uurtbOu front)u door tHai: of I\C'the, Bradford County ottgars-w_ '.. :17ft" 524-. ,! 26W' 7'5 19.60 .'c. _

I son is Mrs. Clemens' sister. I Sunday School 9:30: ajn.- I, 4 County, t'loiida.; ,. during the \?- T .; ,.L .... '.- :5 ?. e) _
I gal! nourn 'of Mtc. to-wit; li.pu?
Mrs. '
T. Homala of Zanesvifle Morning Worship, .11 '. flVEDR4WIcyM5F1oor5pec.
a. m.. u'cfock Soon, .vn January lltX d
Ohio has been the Youth Groups. 7 p.m. 1963. 2S-terSal4i" & ,
tJI 2AK" 87.40 tOll '
This January : 1963. i
guest of
Rev. and I C11AKLBS: A. DARBY iO5-14aI I Szi i _Jlr 6'. 26W' 92,95 106,70 '
when youBANK Mrs. William Worstall and FIRST BAPTIST .,All Cfe k ,of Circuit Court : -, t
family. Mrs. of Bradford County Florida i iHOLLJS .' '
Hormala is Mrs.Worstall's ; <
BY MAILYou mother. ; :
-- Auorn XWULU; .
Pvt. 1-c Larry LaMee, Jr. .. R. Smith, pastor Ralph I, 1t-,; 1 ,
-i- (r
choose jour own "banking hours" when you USMC, returned to the Ma-j Copeland, Minister of Musi t '

jine Training School in Mem- and church organist. ": |I C.tLLFORBIDSThe i Cole's SHU DESK TRAYS
use our Hank-Hy-Mail service. Your "teller's win.ilow" I Board of Qouaxy Commi- 1 ,
phis, Term pn Dep. 27 after Services: : Sunday School aioners of Bradford County I I biteflodu Into.mtl.1pro tie M>.

is the nearest mail box .pen all day and being: home for a week witn 0:45: ,a. m. Morning Worship.:! Florida, City ef, Stark*. City of :.,'f..t:W&t Gmn,dV! GrICIII '- -
City of H.iptn aiul
night for your convenience.You his family on Keystone Lake. 10:50 .. m. Training Union. !! City Law tey>;>,f Brooker,' ,will' yecelve j :e.ertSCllld.. Saroha lienaf, ,r .. Coh's! STEEL ,'.>:w.;",. '
1 sealed bids at 10.\ ;*. A.M., on -" '; r :- ( ifiii
Pat LaMee entered FSU for 7:00: p. m. Evening service! DESK SORTERS r
ii .4.- ,
save time. You save steps. You open your I the morning / nuarjr. 1963. ,. I' '
the second .semester of the 8:01 p. m. You are invite to in th Coiiruoons. iif th> Court; ,.' Keep dk ordrft. 5 I
account, .make deposits withdraw funds, have interest tri-mester system. J ea v ing j j' share ftmlyj1jer] time \rltkua. ,; house, .for It the (...flewinede crld ,()- I S SINGLlTlAY 4' fetter! nzt comport \ ,' .

excited\ '. ALL BY MAIL! Keystone on Dec. 31. He returned i ., *, I fIIJ ,'pic 1-: .
with his brother and : 1211erttr$3.60 .rV A B |5tfTOL SUttCS FREE WITH!: EACH PJkYI J
ith loUl
it I 140 L.s1 I .XM_ UO IQ krWw. CoD
Interested? Just write to us (or drop in"e' wife. Bubba and 'Carolyn LaMee. I o'w be vs.d for
send you ,the jieressary forms all ready for you to who are students at F-- J. f size papers. 1J( v.fe .

fill opt, !together .witi{ a few ,simple instructions U. and'who had.'spent the holidays CHURCH fc Br' Oaer 1 TWO No. Sh Tffl* TRAY$.t *THREE**. Six.TIER TRA\Set B "J1 V 1 JW'. .cllllbkt .

(hat make everything as easy as A B C. .hire.Miss ., v Rev. Wm. W. Worstall -Pinehurst Subdi\"ision' 1$ 22!. .1tffer _$7.S '-I329. letter $1*.30 I .J protect dtA.Ka. GrayII.iatGrttIOUv.G.d.cor.OtSa
Darlene Campbell was Vicar. : 240 'tii UJ W Legal 13.05 122-5
., lertlBtocfc..Hojoe 31 / --$6.50, Otttrt 6aW or Cwfara&T.IBradford I
home from the University of I Daily offices 8:30 am. to .
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK Florida for,cMitmas'ith her! 6'pjnHoly' Eucharist Wed .,.Bedrooms & FJoridaJioom,) ,, '" r -

I Carport &. Utility ,JJoom.
motherMrs..Libby c ] '.ne days, 10 a.m. Holy Eucharist .
MEMBER F.D.I.C.A and her sisters. PbeJ.'I' T. H. Approved:
on 1st and 3rd Sundays
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Friendly Bank in A Friendly '&:.IIC .'Gn\-' ,.'.a freshman at each jnonlh. Morning Pra 'e :. ', raall Down Paym n(. s Telegraph

Community Han-aril University at Cambridge 2nd and 4th Sundays. Litaoj i! .T17. tf. Cjjrws Set..... :, ..,. T.- '. _

Keygione JJnghls, Fla. I II! la $.., was fo Keystone: Service on any, 5th Sunday j Pbo e, ,6 :?Stl PRINTING AND OFFICE SUIPLIES
I II for Christmas with his parepts, Sunday Evening Prayer 7 p. t
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THURSDAY. JAN. 3. 1963 !

TTVTTTYYYlBayless......... I
.T man and children of ,
Oklawa I
ley and
of J. J. Brannen for Christ I
"take it
but have to
easy we
perhaps we can come out of ,
ha spent the weekend with his visited the Otis Brewers on mas. Miss Jessie May Bran do this. ,the At The TabernacleAn CHANCERY.. debts incurred by Mrs. W. $.
slump we have been in George
for Gordon.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward I Dawson '
Hiway Sunday. nen of Bartow or Mrs Irene C. Daw
spent holidays Plaintiffvs.
There will be services at.the son. .
Norman. Other guests of the The Clifford Johns familyof here with her awhile. added attraction at the ,\
Normans during the weekendwere I Jacksonville father ,J. home of Mrs. Tim Blackburnnext ,We had 51 present for Sun Gospel Tabernacle during ths Molly Krohn Gordon, W. B .DA WSON', SR. ,
were Tuesday J. Brannen.
By Mrs.
O. E. Crosby&LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Sunday evening at 2:30: \) day School Defendant. Keystone Heights, Fla. '
Mr. and Sunday Christmas
Mrs. Ernie Norman afternoon morning. holidays with the
visitors of the Earl Miss Amelia Williams is NOTICE OP PUBLICATION 12-20 it 1-10
and baby of Gainesvilleand Mosleys. home from the University of o'clock. Two of her nephews, Thirtynine of these were 100 large lithograph scene 0 f TO Molly Krohn Gordon, 201 -- r "

Church News Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jon Church Activities will be in charge. Lewin Red- per cent members. The Primaries Bethlehem illuminated by colored East 66th Street New York N. LEGAL NOTICE .
Florida for
es and daughter of Starke. holidays with will be in the I Y.YOU ARE HEREBY I, Mark I* Luke am not responsible -
We ding, charge of the kept banner. Won revolving NOTIFIED -
had a very good attend Our New Year's Eve Watch her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. lights, which that for any debts made
a Complaint for Declaratory
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett song service and Charlie Redding der why some of the other made except those made
ance at Church last Sunday P Night service was well attended A. Williams. more realistic this sacred Decree seeking to have me. -.

morning and evening' despite and family were guests of her and enjoyed by all. We had Rev. Paul Travis of Park-of- will deliver the message.All classes can't get as smart as scene at this season. The divorce obtained by you on Au- 12-S7 Sto 117That's .
gust 21, 1946,
a nullity. has been
the fact that many of our parents Mr. and Mrs. Leslie wonderful singing, and Bro. the-Palms was guest speakerat are invited to attend this these little fellows are? Let's picture will be kept on display filed against you and you are

members are still sick.A Waters. in Lake Butler last Walter Mathis brought an inspiring both services at Hampton service. give them some competition.The during January so that required to serve a copy of your
Tuesday night. answer or pleading to the Plain-
meeting of Sunday School I message. Baptist Church last Sunday, We had, seven persons to Training Union Is holding teachers wishing to bring their I tiffs Complaint on Plaintiffs

officers and teachers will beheld Mr. and Mrs. Mac Normanof There will be a Youth Sing while the interim pastor Rev. pretty well the same number pupils to see it will have foe Attorneys Gertler & Frank, 40 '
: join the Highland church by Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 39. I
at 2:30: p.m. Sunday at High Springs were New at Evergreen Baptist Churchon Charles L. Phipps accompan. but we have plenty of opportunity. Florida. and file the original I .

the church. All officers and Year's Day guests of Mr. and Sunday Jan. 20, at 3 p.m. ied the BHS band on their letter, Sunday night. We feel ]room for improvement in this Besides Florida visitors to Answer or pleading in the office 1 .."'- .:

teachers are urged to attend. Mrs. Edward Norman. The public is invited to attend. trip to Miami and the Orange this will all be workers and also. view the painting in Decem- Court of on the or Clerk before of the the 21st Circuit day I --
The Lord' Supper will be: New Year's Day guests of Don't forget our regular Bowl festivities. ber, registrations were noted of January. 1963, otherwise said i :

observed Sunday night, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brown service each Sunday with Sunday TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTNEWS from Pennsylvania, North .Complaint will be taken as confessed -

the quarterly business : and mother were Mr. and Mrs. School at 10 by you. -. .
meeting a.m. Morning rTrrTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTytCLAY
South Carolina and DATED at Starke. Florida, _
will be held Wednesday, Charles Disner and daughter, Worship 11 am. Training Un- OF INTEREST TO COLORED Georgia. this 17 day of December. 196*.

night. All members are urged I and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Grahamand ion, 6 p.m., and Evening Service HILL CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY CHARLES Clerk of the A.Circuit DARBY.Court

to attend these meetings. daughter of Jacksonville. at 7 p.m. We invite you PresbyterianSunday By Marian L. Crosby'! '

Personals Cauthen and Cecil Padgett to come and worship with us. (By Elizabeth GlveisjAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAA4.44ALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAA Deputy Clerk 1
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby of Jacksonville were recent By Mrs. J. L. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALjAAA (SEAL)
12-20 4t 1-10
School 9:45: a. m.
and son visited Mr. and Mrs. guests of the Lloyd Padgetts. yywyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy'IIAMPTON I UL ;: "
Kenny Stevens : Mr. and Morning worship, 11 a.m. The ix COUNTY:: jrnGE's COURT
and Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Crosby
Missionary Union INTRODUCING
es start with Sunday School at Sacrament :
All of the Clay Hill visitors ; of Communion IN AND FOR BRADFORD
Mrs. Otis Crawford in Jack- and baby of Lake Butler, from Tampa have returned The Missionary Union was 9:45.: Morning Worship 11 a. will be served. COUNTY, FLORIDA
sonville Saturday night. and O. E. Crosby were business held Sunday Dec. at Allen Junior Choir In re: Estate ofNell
home but Clarence : 30. m. with Choir 1 serving. Ser- and
Lang Youth
came Fellowship 6 W. Pearce deceased.
and Mrs. visitors p.m
Stanley Crosby High Springs
By Mrs. D. E. Hill back to Clay Hill stating the Chapel Church in Macclennywith vices will be held throughout; Evening Worship 7:30 Netter of Flllasr Petition for
and son of Columbia, S. C.,I last Tuesday. Mrs. B. J. Lennon : p.m. Final Distliarjre of Executor
freeze has supervisor day with the pastor in
really ruined
and Mr. and Mrs. tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMr. the TuesdayCircles 2 and 3 Notice is hereby given that I Hearing GIasssMAICO
Billy Crosby Rev- and Mrs. C. A. Crosby fruit work in charge of the pro charge.Mrs.. Rosa Green ,
there re-
and children of for this season meet, 10 aJn. Circle 1, 8 p.m. have filed my final returns as ., eyI
Jacksonville spent several days with relatives and Mrs. Albert Birt or maybe longer, so he gram. Morning worship wa porter. WednesdaY-Deacon's executor of the estate of Nell I
were New meeting
Year's Day guests; in South Florida last and family of St. Petersburg returned home intending to held at 11 o'clock with Rev. Greater Allen Chapel i '1:30 W, Pearce. deceased; that I hare I
of their parents, Rev. and Mrs.. pjn.Thursday filed for distribution 1
They Levy Lennon my
were accompanied presiding. The Rev. L. A.
spent several aays yisiting look for work in Jacksonville. Sampson will hold
C. Senior Choir and for final discharge, and
Mr.A. Crosby. home by their daughter, Mrs. over the holidays with his Of course the citrus fruit I message was delivered by Rev. regular pastoral day starting j I I ]practice, 7:30: p.m. that on the 11th day cf January. !IR. R. C. PAULK .
and i
Mrs. Rudolph Sapp Pete Parish of Linden. Bell, member of the 19)R3. I will apply to the Honorable A Hearing"
She returned mother, Mrs. Ira Lester, and work is the ruling occupation Mt. Zion with Sunday School at 9:45: a. : Coming Aid Consultant I
of Albany, Ga. were recent; to her home Saturday. other relatives here. there AME Church of Lawtey, who m. with Miss Fannie Bell Frazier -I announcements: Theron A. Yawn, County From
guests of their as pulpwood is the ruling Jan. 14-17, a study of Jeremiah Judge of Bradford County,
parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Red Parnell Lane Clark of Atlanta Ga.. occupation here. delivered a spiritual message: in charge. Morning Worship each Florida for approval of said final -

and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett. ,and L and Mrs. Marsh of Jackson- spent the Christmas weekendat that was, enjoyed by all. 11 ajn. Evening Service, evening at 7 p.m. returns and for an order MAICO HEARING
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon j We had a very nice quiet except Wednesday 7:30: pjn. of distribution and for final
Sapp. vile At 3 .
were Sunday o'clock a 6
guests of Hampton Lake with his program was p.m. with the pastor in .
Christmas around discharge executor of the will
Mr. and Clay Hill- as
Mrs. Herbert, Nor.I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis. parents Mr. presented by the Missionary charge of all services. I
and Mrs. Frank our part of it at least CHURCH OF GOD of Nell W. Pearce. deceased. SERVICE
I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lewis Clark. ; not so womencarrying out the All members and friends are I I December 10, 1962.A : .

I'' and Mrs. Monie Shaw of Jacksonville -, Mrs. J. H. Saxon was taken many usual.firecrackers and noiseas theme "Joy In Giving." Both invited to attend the service? 422 N. St. Clair St. J. THOMAS.Executor JR. Jacksonville, F1a.iU give t
I were New Year's Day i to Bradford County Hospital course we didn'tget I senior and junior missionaries. on the first Sunday of the new: Sunday School, 10 ajn. First publication December FREE hearing tests and dora-

: guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Monday last week for treat- away from home, but we were present to help make year. Come and let's make thisa Morning Worship 11 a. m ,13th. 1962.THOMAS castrations Wednesday, Jan.. I
can always hear these & PIERCEAttorneysatlaw
: Lewis, and Mr. and Mrs. W ment. this a worthwhile program.. banner year for Christ. Evening Service 7:30: p.m. Y- ; 9th, at

il C. Conner. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Brown, usually from the week before Revand Mrs. Lennon are Members and friends are PE each Wednesday, 7:30 p. 203-205 North Temple Ave.

Mr. and Mrs. Loren Conner and children were visiting his Christmas until the week after -' grateful for' the cooperation. asked to please remember the. m. Prayer Meeting, Friday, Starke, Florida 1-3 Koch's Drug Store
but not so this We 12-13 4t
and daughter of West Palm brother and sister-in-law, Mr.p year. given by Greater Allen Chapel.. I sick in the community. Mr. 7:30: pm. L S. Williams
are thankful for this.
Beach visited relatives here and Mrs. Frank Brown, in This of Starke Mt. Pisgah of Green, the husband of Mrs. I pastor. LEGAL NOTICE Starke, Fb.

last week. Jacksonville on Sunday last should be a time of worshipand Starke and Mt. Zion of Law. Rosa Green. Homer Williams, I am not responsible for any ,t,
praising the Lord for His t
CharleyE. Mr. and Mrs.
Bill tey. and
Shangleyof week. Mrs. Audrey Mae Gibson, --
great gift to us, not -
Miami were guests of relatives Mrs. Horace Dyal accompanied Serves In _Army and others. CHURCH SCIlEDLUE ,
I here last crackers and making all Pvt. Samuel L. White I
the BHS band to Mi- son II I Our Business
of the .
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. we can- or see of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.. Sunday m.I I
Johns Conner ami last weekend, as one of School, 10 a.
IN COUXTY "If It's Glass It"
ing how drunk JUDGE'S COl'IlT We Have
we can
and daughter visited ,friendsin the chaperones, with their son, Shaw of Rt. 2, Starke, was recently IX AND FOR BRADFORD; Morning Worship, 11 a.1I1.1 -

Jacksonville last Sunday!! Ronnie, as one of the band Our daughter, Joe Ann assigned to the 347th COUNTY FLORIDA. Training Union, 6 p. m.1 CALL WRITE or VISIT

about this question: afternoon.We members making the trip. Lang told us how beautifulthe Transportation Co. at Fort In Marion re: Estate A. Griffis.of Evening Service, 7 p.m. Pray I FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S

extend our deepest sym- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hi'l water tank in Starke was Story Va. Pvt. White is a Notice of Filing Petition deceased.For er meeting, Wednesday. 7

"I'm impressed with the pathy to the family of Mrs. and children of Holly. Mich. decorated for Christmas. She graduate of RJE High School Final Discharge of Ad 1)1 GLASS CO.

Homeowner Policy that insures H. M. McRae. affectionatelyknown and Howard M. Hill of Brad- and her brother-in-law, Clarence and was employed by Edwards is ministratrixNotice hereby given that I I BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH ; NOT INC.
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as Grannie T-nntr.. who hrrnifrht.! .Tn urocery- -before- the have filed my final returns as
McRae enton --- ---- -- -- entering
home spent several days last
a against damage I "
who died recently. She was week with Mr. and Mrs. Don I Ann and children up here army last September. Administratrix Marion A. Griffis of the, deceased estate of Sunday School 10 a. m.; I "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co.

from fire lightning: the writer of Pine Level news Hill and family. stopped in Starke and looked,. Bethlehem Free WiU'News that I have filed my petition for;;: Morning Worship 11 a. m.i GLASS\ We Design Modern Store Fronts

windstorm, hail explosion, for many years. We all greatly Mrs. Lillian Blackmon was at this beautiful sightso far Beginning the first Sundayin charge distribution, and that and on for the final 25 day dis: 7:30: p.m. tev. R. T. Wil- Just Mail Us A pattern For'

riot aircraft miss her smiling face above all other decorationsand January classes and teach Evening Worship 7:00 Table
vehicles, lit taken to Bradford County of January, 1963, I will apply : pjn. Tops
smoke church and the community. Hospital in Starke for treat wondered what it was, and ers will be as follows: No. 1, to the Honorable Theron A.. hams, pastor. I
vandalism malicE
Yawn. County 1313 N. W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FH21353t
The of Brad .
mischief Earl Mosleys spent last ment on Wednesday last week. how the decorating was done. Deacon J. W. Prince; No. 2. ford County, Florida for approval -

Otis falling objects Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. T. F. Brown spent Of course, "Mrs. Know It All," Miss Velma Peek; No. 3, Sylvester of said final returns and for: I:
glass breakage and I Warren Johns in Covington an order of distribution and for children and you are hereby required -
Jacksonville. No.4. Mrs.
Christmas with her son and her mother Bessie Strickland, ; final discharge as Administratrix to file your appearance
other perils. Does a I Miss'Dianne Sapp was visit- daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. told her! We did not see this Gladys Blye. superintendent ot the Estate of Marion A.. or written defense td said Corn- I Gas Genie says:
ing her cousin, Miss Elaine Mack Lee; Assistant Superintendent Griffis deceased. paint with the Clerk of the Cir- j
Frank Brown in Jacksonville. sight but know from all
Homeowner Policy also accounts December 14, 1962. cuit Court, Bradford County, i
'full Guerrant in Jacksonville durIng Visiting Mr. and Mrs. RO'; that it was very beau A. C. Carter. PEARL GRIFFIS, Florida, and serve a copy of | turn to
replacement cost the holidays.Mr. Starr and family this week The YPCL was held at 4:30: Administratrix said written defense upon thePlaintltrs | ,
THOMAS & PIERCE attorney's GRAY, i
of home repairs?" and Mrs. J. C. Pringle were Mr. and Mrs. G- P. Starrof tiful.We see in Sam McGarvey'a p.m. Mission and an education Attorn t-ys-at-law CHANDLER O'NEAL. CARLISLE !

and family of Satsuma spent Kansas City. Mo. program was held'at 6:30.: !03.! 5 North Temple Ave.Sta.rke &; VERA, 211 N. E. 18t'' MODERN
Charley E. Johns column last week where he FloridaFirst Street Gainesville. Florida., on .
holidays with Miss Dot Mr. and Rev. L. McKay pastor: delivered -
Mrs. J. W. Home states someone has told him publication December or before January 28th, 1963.: :
Griffis. They also visited other spent the New Year's weekendin the message in a reg.. 27, 1962. Herein fail not, else a De- I
Agency that a coon will put its paws 12-27 4t 1-17 cree Pro Confesso will be en-i
relatives while here. New ular meeting held every fifth L
Richey with their tercet against
up in front of its eyes whena you. I LIVING'I
PHONE 964-0121 Mrs. Mary Johns of Jackson. son-in-law and daughter Mr. Sunday. It is further ordered that this
hunter shines its witha Hf TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF C.
131 S. Walnut St. ville visited the Earl Mosleys and Mrs. R. C. Williams.Mr. flashlight. Well, eyes this old Weekly activities, with all] FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL notice week for be tour published consecutive once weeks each'i!' ;

over the holidays. and Mrs. E. J. Dowlingof meetings starting at 7 pjn: CIRCUIT. IX AXD FOIl t prior to the return date herein I withNATURAL
hunter has hunted- and shot BRADFORD COUi'TY1 IX
I Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Mos- Starke were dinner guests Monday night Choir 1 will I I in the Bradford County Tele-
CHANCERY. Kranh. a n A varan a npr Till Kkl tttVl Aflin :
-mimorrmc--------- r-'nnnc----, -anri--- rvno-- -hRS-' r "php-------rJp--. W\.tI'.. _. .. nO'nt'''0''. ..,"............._- Jane Price Camobell. Starke, Florida.WITNESS --
never tried to hide its eyes es were held at 10 p.m. Tues- Plaintiff, I my hand and official : GAS
from the light VB.William. seal at Starke, Bradford
yet, so person
0 day night, Junior Club meet- County, Florida, on this 21 day i
Allan Campbell You lead modern carefree life today when hare
who told Sam that surely can a you
cz ing. Wednesday night, general NOTICE TO APPEAR AXD of December, A. D. 1962.
met a different specimen of prayer meeting and roundtable ORDER FOR PUBLICATION' CHARLES A. DARBY I Natural Gas doing your work it's BO much faster, ebaaer -

( family funtime afterdarkDressed coon to what we have met! discussion. New plans TO Great: William Abaco, Bahama Allan Campbell Islands! Clerk County.Circuit Florida.Court, Bradford and more economical. Switch today you'll be fUd.

oy All we have met have looked will be made for the new care P. O. Box 2268 West Palm By. Marian I* Crosby I yon did.
Beach, Florida I Xtecuty Clerk
straigbt at the light- or us- I
year at the pastor's request. 12-27 4t 1-17
A ___ unless they turned and ran, I Thursday night, ladies circle a You Complaint are hereby has been notified filed that a- I STARKE NATURAL GAS
and they had to do that in a meeting at home of Mrs. Rosa the gainst above you styled by the Court.Plaintiff The nature In- THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CITY HALL PHONE 964-1301

I j double quick hurry to get away Green. Friday night Prayer of said suit is for a divorce CIRCUIT, I X AND FOB I
from the shot that spurted Band meeting. Sunday ,servic- and custody of minor BRADFORD COUJVTY. FLA I..

.. from either of the shotguns -, -.: : : I .
l w__ :1 I I II I;-r-- T- -
1 : : L .S TEi.'SaiyE:' .fII
used at this house! We finda NOTICE TO DEFEND j -
squirrel or fox the hardest la Circuit Court Bradford
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-- County. Florldas IB Cancvrj. -
animals to get. Case No. 13-181. AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY

HIGHLAND bers during,the meetings. I

I. Robert P. Lee. Jr., f
Mallie Prevatt Plaintiff, .
Again the Lord has called vs.Pauline. _
Doris Lee,
home one of our family of the
w j -# 4 t --' W% I J 'I IP Highland church. Mallie Pre NOTICE Defendant TO ,APPEARTo AUTO BRAKES Crane Motor Co. CONCRETE PRODUCTS LADIES WIARINBJSr I

U1ri-U of : Pauline Doris Lee, whoso
vatt Lawtey. He was in a
: residence and address is: 4060 LARK ANGLIA -
.-i 'T'9 -. .-. hospital in Jacksonville when Garden Avenue, Erie Pennsyl ENGLISH FORD Cherry's
our Father called him home. vania. Hull's Brake Supply THAT ALL TOUR
P You are hereby notified thata MERCEDES BENZ VOLVO Oalnejville'j! Moet PU,rHonMfAddras
T -- We should be glad his suffer- CONCRETE PRODUCTS
--- Ii suit for Divorce has been tiled "BRAKE SPECIALISTS": Authorized Sales & Service
ing is over and not wish him against you in the above. "Complete Service far AllMakes" ARE THE BEST FROM For L&diea
back to suffer as he has in named Court and cause and you For Every Car 01- -rruck I DRESSES SUITS -COAT!

: his past life. are your required answer to or serve pleading a copy to the of Tuning m Grinding Relining 506 !:. University An. Edwards Building ACCESSORIES ,.

Mrs. Geneva Baxley was complaint on the Plaintiff's At-. While You Wait
.. able to attend church services torney J. C. Sapp P. O. Box 446, FB 24251uaineaviUe. 105 W. University. G&&n ,
Green Cove Springs, Florida and 1111 S. Main Gainesville I F1A Supply, Inc. fl6
again Sunday morning, but .
file the original in tna office of
not able to "make it" Sunday the. Clerk of the Circuit Courton FB :29829AUTO VOLKSWAGENSales
or before the 14th day of 728 3. Main FR 2-4844
evening. She is regaining her I MOVERGainesville
January, 1963: otherwise the allegations Service Part
health very slowly. We hope of said Complaint will Gainesville. P1&o
she will soon be well enoughto be taken as confessed by you. RADIATORSButler's Miller-Brown MotorsInc.
This notice shall be published MayflowerLOCAL
attend each service. We
once each week for four consecutive .
really miss her being with us weeks In the BRADFORD ELECTRIC MOTORS
I in COUNTY TELEGRAPH.Dated Radiator mum AND LONG '
services. Also miss
___- ", C..,t.$...'V.:'.">.\.. __ _li __ and Estelle. her young daugh 1962.CHARLES this. 10th day of December 1030 E.: University ATI DISTANCE KOTXNa

up with light, your patio pool yard or terrace can be even ters.Johnnie Clerk of the A. DARBY. Service Gainesville Electric Motor Storage And CnMztfG&inesrffl

more attractive at night than in the daytime. You can accent favorite Richendollar had By: Marian Circuit L. Crosby Court. tfott Modem Corea In Stock Repair Co. IB ,1214

beauty spots and add new nighttime charm, viewed from indoors or the misfortune to stick some Deputy Clerk Repairs AU Gars Trucks B & G Motors Co. -I
out. Outdoor I sharp instrument- we could- (SEAL) National Trailer Rental OF GAn."EsVIlUmo.
lighting **n transform even a tiny backyard into a 15-13 it M CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE
big extra living room. n't learn what- in his eye 619 S. W. 4th Ave., Oalnm1Uent COMPLETE ELECTRIC SEWING MACHINES

Saturday and Is in a Jacksonville -MM F85 raLLMAN
Inexpensive electric "lightscape" umts are easily attached IW COFXTT JUDGE'S COtTBT, Sales and Service MOTOR
to nous, hospital. We under IX AND FOR BRADFORD
garage, trees nt' "danted" in thA ground. A few fixtures and you're stand he has lost the sight of COUXTT. FLORIDA. U I 2oolN.w.izth.Et.4i1 QALE3 AND 8ERVICI Sewing Machine

in business. the eye. Our sympathy goes Estate In re: of Fred Carlton, AUTO SALES & SERVICE FB 6-7515 "Distributor of

out to this young boy but en- deceased Service Co.
And lighting up your onveway, steps, walks ana oiner outdoor areas NOTICE TO CREDITORS New Lincoln Motion"FB
courage him to not give DODGE LANCE ,
up '
helps prevent accident orovid An creditors of the estate of'
security and New
prflteHion: from 2-S31S Witt*
unwelcome prowlers., and let this master him; there Fred Carlton, deceased are I IMPERIAL CHRYSLER 5D5CA
are worse things in life than hereby notified and required to PLYMOUTH VALIANT 1030 S. Ma1n. OaineTtH K *JU giSlaI&Blnle.

.,5 SSSSSS.................................................. being blind in one eye. which file any they claims have against or demands said Authorized Sales Parti Sales Parts Service .
estate In the offlc of the USED CARS TOOl
Among our visitors in church county Service
); : NEWI! ELECTRIC POST LIGHTS : judge of Bradford County, Repair On All J&aa.
,Q- Sunday evening was James Florida in the courthouse at Poole-Gable Motors"GARDEN SUPPLIES J15 W. Univ. Art, G&Lnvi
(a The light turn O.Yat dusk; OFF at daicn-automatically! : Saunders, a licensed minister Starke, Florida, within six cal

It \\ They cost less to buy and less to operate than flame type-and : from Mkidleburg. Welcome.I endar the first months publication from the of this date of AUTO SALES& SERVICE r 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. GiinesvflleFB 176-107

\._ ... ''j\wc: \ supply__,,_ _much_L'___more' ,light. Posts., have eitra. outlet_ .for. plugging__ in _. Visit us again Brother Saun Each claim or demand must noUce. i FE 2-443 Johnson & Fans, t>-
IWAI, roWliCfJe. neagecutter, or otba electr cal appliancrs ; De In writing and must state
.- and garden tools. See the display'outdoor Jiting fixtures at : ders.We I tire place or residence and po tI LINCOLN MZECUST: Automatic Transmissions Inc.Cocrp1ete ROOFING
: kn.'v : your Jc: tri al contractor or favorite iiort. learned Sunday that the I office address of the claimant -
Rev. M. T. Knight attended I and must be sworn to by the COMET FIAT METCOR Lint OIlSEEDS
'Ss..seeass.ssSss..sss .. ..: claimant, his agent, or his attorney ONE DAY SERVICEALL

B. sur. 10 ; :::;i-k;:: : church prayer meeting visited with at Highland Carson according, or to it will law. became void I Authorized Balw e rric*-- MAKES REPAIR FERTILIZED PLANTS The Helzel Co.

the free bo kletou /IY'"J.L.___.............. tr Griffis for awhile after prayer December UARYIX 21st,F.UC RAZE'lExecutor !. Part AND EXCHANGE ., ROOFING
1DHetScLesPet Suiihles
OUTDOOR LIGHTING"chockful : ...Irs CHEAPEK.JOOIFLORIDA I meeting and was taken very of the Estate of Trained Mechanics Gator Automatic SHEET: IfETAL

yard, garden of ideas, tef for> POWER '& LIGHT COMPANY, rushed ill afterward back to and the had Lake to City bej I ber First Fred 27th.publication-Carlton 1X1 deceased.om Decem Us4 Can Oaod Transmission ServiceINC. 'We' Rent Fertlliaer I.eLd.e1 S Am OONDmOKDl8

race pool and patio. e'iELPJN8 BUILD FLORIDA THOMAS & .PIERCE 224 N. W- till Art. No Job Too Large Or Too fia3
hospitaL It is really hard for Attoraeys-at-law Barkley Motors <
a person who\ has been active 201-205 North Temple Ave. ]19 SE 2nd Place (next to P. O/ FR 2M7IGilaesvilfe lioi it.E.. <4th< 88. GaI.ev..

all his life to slow down and 12-21 Starke tt, Florida 1-11 81$ N. Mafr. GaiaetrilU c Gainesville(; PHONE 3724)372) 2t* I FB Mttl "Ir '

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