Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01584
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 10, 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: UF00027795:01584
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S_ -- _S,_ -- Starke Gets New Detachment
RecordedTo Hearing Held

Complete Sale I'In Auto Death CO. B-C Merger Set

7\ -L:1r; _: Of School TractCounty Of Young BoyA

; Supermtendent of preliminary hearing for In New Guard PlanNegro

Schools Harmon P. Morgan a Lake City man Kelly

said Monday that the School I Greeson, charged with leav-
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Board's sale of 100 acres of. ing the scene of an accident .
school farm land has finally ; ''E -I in which a young boy was Reorganization of Company C, 748th Ordnance
: been completed. j killed November 8, was held Youth Battalion (Starke) and consolidation with Company

Testifying to the fact is a .: :: : I IH Tuesday by County Judge T. I B, 748th Ordnance (Camp Blanding) was announced

JJ deed filed January 3 in the .;-;" A. Yawn. Kills Himself today as part of the new realignment and reorganization -
'county clerk's office trans- '4. IS The judge had come to no of the Florida Army National Guard.

J ferring the land from the decision about whether to With PistolA Announcement of the new
I Board of Public Instructionto hold Greeson accountable for Guard set-up which has beena and Co. B by Capt. James

,, :'. \, W. C. [Billy] Powell! for his part in the accident which matter of widespread speculation Bloodworth.

i .' $10,000. Morgan said ones !w. killed 11-year-old Robert Mi- 15-year-old Ocala Negro in recent months, was While the local units will

again the money would be chael Phifer, son of KennethR. Frederick Wright, killed him- given in a special press: release remain an ordnance company,
used to finance the site for a Phifer of Theressa. Yawn self with a .32 calibre pistol at 3 p. m. Thursday by it will become a "general ord

new junior high school which I, -, :l S said the law states that any while riding through Bradford Maj. Gen. Henry W. McMil nance" outfit, whereas the

he said will be needed in the person involved in an acci- County last Friday night on lan The Adjutant General two existing units have been

county within the next few ,! dent in which death occurs is a bus carrying high school from Tallahassee. "forward support" companies,
required to remain at the scene students from Ocala to Jack-
years. According to The Adjutant carrying mobilized ordnanceto
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I The sale was completed .. until officers can obtain sonville for a basketball game. General's announcement, troops in the field. It !Is
despite the protests of both .5 *: name, address, and car reg- According to the Bradford Company C [Starke] will be possible that some different
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: County sheriff's department
state and local agricultural 1II istration number. reorganized and consolidatedwith types of equipment might be

BUS center John Williams goes up for a jump shot as I interests which included ,........ ".... I The_n_ accident_______n_ ocnurred________ six____ the shooting occurred about Company B [Blandingl 1 used by the unit here under
1< ,,,, _._ 6:20 p.m. as the bus, traveling -
8tark 's Tornadoes their fourth win the the
post .of season over Commissioner of Agriculture 'S-S >' --I miles SE of Starke on State to form an Ordnance General new organization plan.

Fernandina last Friday night In the local gym. Doyle Conner and State For- Bobby Allen of Eagle's Department Store stares solefullyinto Road 100 when the sixth north, approached the Support Company to be stationed Reorganization of the National
Clay County line UJS. 301
ester C. H. Coulter. Local ag the empty racks left when thieves looted the store of 50 .grade student turned his bicycle on at the armory in Guard throughout the
near Highland.
Hobbs Stars interests fighting the sale included suits and 25 sport coats and other assorted merchandise. Lone into the path of a truck I Starke. At the present time r -

Foster Shi Smith, director suit, in photo was out on approval when theft occurred. driven by Henry Grady John- An adult traveling with the: the company here is designated .'
of the Bradford Coun- son, 57, of Cairo, Georgia.The team said the boy suddenly as an ordnance for- .'

ty Farm Bureau and Cattle- :Take $4,000 Of GoodsClothing boy was hit by the truck pulled out the pistol and began ward support company.In '
Tornadoes !. .
man's Association; G. T. Hug- and then straddled by Gree- playing with' it. addition to the ordnance

gins county agent, and Don son's station wagon travel- "I heard some of the other general support company ,,"' .

Champion county farm for- ing directly behind the truck students gasp and tell Fred Starke will be allotted one )
ester. Thieves and dragged for approximately to put it away." the witness detachment [of yet unan- ItiV4't-- S

Winning Record Agricultural interests attended 60 feet. There was no evidence told investigators.Then nounced strength] of a Spe-

] a. school board meet- to indicate exactly at Fred said, "Don't worry cial Forces Company. Special

ing and requested a public what point death occurred it's not loaded. Do you Forces Troops [experts in :
I Starke cager Richard Hobb3 to lead the Rebels' and Leroy hearing to air differences Hit Businessesa Yawn said.Johnson. think I'd put a loaded pistolto guerilla warfare] have head

this week is living proof thata Paulson had 14. concerning the sale but were the truck driver, my head?" quarters in Jacksonville.Note '

.basketball player can score The Tornadoes evened their refused by the board. The said he was momentarily "The next thing I heard wasa [ : Although the initial

only three points a game and season's record at 4-4 last group protested the wisdom, Approximately $4,000 worthof ing to Bobby Allen, employeeof blinded by a northbound car loud bang," the witness announcement contained no
I still be a star-if he goes Friday when they also cams and did not the boy until information as to strength of '
J validity, and propriety of the clothing was stolen from the store. The sheriff's office see said.Deputies T'
) about it in the right way. from behind to top Fernan- two business places in Starke said the break-in occurred he was almost upon him. A. E. Brown andD. the new ordnance company : F -

Hobbs gave his Tornado dina's Pirates 45-41. A poor sale.The school board maintainsthe and one in Highland over the between midnight and Johnson was not charged in R. Redding, who investi-. it is considered unlikely that:

teammates their first winning first period put the locals behind I sale was" legal and that weekend, according to the 6 a. m. the accident. gated the shooting, said the: the consolidation here will I Captain Reddish

basketball record in four 15-5 but by the half 100 acres out of 279 will not Bradford County Sheriff'sDepartment. In a second break-in at Greeson however, was youth apparently died instant: mean a loss of personnel of Present Commander

years Tuesday night when he 'I they had cut the Pirates' lead I I\affect critically the operation Starke the. Starke, Dry Clean- charged with leaving the ly. They were unable to determine men or officers in the present C
tired in his only basket of the 'to; five points at 25-20 and of the farm for school in- Biggest haul was made ers and Laundry reported the scene of an accident, although I why the boy was tak- local units." It could conceivably Company

night from 20 feet out to by the third the Tornadoes terests. Sunday night from Eagle theft of suits, coats dresses. he stayed at the scene ing the pistol! along to th? mean a slight increase : nation was recently called

break a 37-37 tie and give led 35-33. Department Store in Starke and shirts valued at about approximately, ....., an.. hour .but ..basketball.. game. over their present combinedtreigtb5 I for by the Department of th'Arth ;
.Starke tied, the,. at 31 ''* *'-' ""' -The fleers fotmd the..eHpf r --
'Starke"its fifth .win of theseason score where'entrance" was"'gained' $30o. A Side door' Was "forced did not reveal to officers his ; 'WltfiT the new ; and.thej present plan
over Santa Fe by two all with 1:30 left in the third 5 Freezing Days by prying iron bars off a open to gain entrance ac part in the mishap. He also the automatic to be empty Special Forces Detachment is a result of weeks of planning

point Period when junior- Harold Recorded Here window in rear of the store. cording to Deputy Sheriff left the scene without giving and thus theorized that there stationed here a net gain in and negotiating between
'The Tornadoes came from Bishop sank a rebound hot I Clothes valued at 'approximately Willard Williams who investigated officers his name address must have been one bullet 'in local Guard personnel seems State Guard officials-the Na-

behind to win 39-37 as captain and then went ahead on a I Five freezing mornings out $3,500 were taken, in- the Saturday night and car registration"number.\ the firing chamber. lIkely. tional Guard Bureau, and the
Chuck Moore stole the quick basket by John Williams. -: of the first nine days of the cluding 50 suits 25 sport B & E. Later apprehended near I The Ocala. coach said that No announcement was mad Pentagon in an effort to devise -

ball with 45 seconds remaining new year were recorded at the coats, 20 pairs of size 32 The sheriff's. departmentalso Lake City and brought backto I Wright was an orphan and concerning command of the a more efficient and
and scored to tie it at Early in the fourth period Frost Warning Service weather slacks, and 144 pair of socks reported that 'approximately Starke, Greeson at first lived with his grandparents.He new consolidated unit here. workable plan of operations.The .

37 all. Santa Fe then lost the the Pirates took a one point Station at the Bradford plus assorted shirts and $400 worth of clothing disclaimed any knowledge as, was a model student who At present. Co. C Is commanded placing of all Florida

ball on a traveling violation L 39-38 lead on two baskets I' County Hospital. sweaters. a cash register and a- to how the accident occurredor made good grades and had a by Capt. Drew Reddish, Guard units hi one division,

and Hobbs got it with three :and two free throws but Williams Low readings for the first bout $35 In cash were taken to his part in it, accordingto good character the coach wholly withLi the state, Is
seconds left in the game, again came up with a nine days of January were: The take included every 'from the Carson Griffis general testimony at the hearing. said. generally hailed as a step for-

turned, fired at the basket, big two points and the Tor- 1st, 25.5; 2nd, 25; 3rd, 26; 4th, suit in the store except one store at Highland near However, when Greeson's station County BoardReorganizes ward for the Florida. units.;

and hit the clincher. .nadoes were never behind 24; 5th: 6th 50: 7th. 33; 8th, black one which was out on the Bradford County line wagon was placed on a Children's Com. Heretofore some Florida units

Coach Erwin Land's char- 'again in the contest. The Tornadoes -38; 9th 26. approval at the time, accord Clay County deputies are. assisting -, grease rack, bits of the boy's T", M..J M"" .1..... n ___ __ __!_ have been in divisions with
stole the ball then and\ in that investigationSheriff foundon A U U&
ges now possess five wins clothing and blood were U&U.UYUO.7 Georgia and South Carolina.
Bishop came on with another p '' P. D. Reddish said I
I the underside. units.
four defeats and
against tir'.i
only + I The Bradford County Cliiidren's -
have won more games than two-pointer to put the game his office has "some promising There were two witnesses:: to In his press release from
Committee will meet
they've lost for the first on ice with a four point lead. II 4 leads but so far nothinghas the accident which happened, Carl Prevatt was re-elected Tallahassee Gen. McMillan
I at Monday Jan. 14, in
Williams was by far the '
been turned up. Reddish chairman of the Bradford
t4 while the boy said:
time in four of BHS apparently was
years the Gold House Restaurant.
cage play. First period score high point man with 19 while i i .," t' .' '" :ff' ,.' would not hazard a guess as attempting to make a left County Commission in a brie ". since last June we
Hobbs and Bishop had 8 each, Charles Pillans, administrative -
was 9-8 Starke and it was I I L to whether the thefts were turn to a store on the oppo- assistant to the Flor- reorganization meeting held have been working with the
and Bobby Moody had 6. I carried out by local persons or here Tuesday morning.H. National Guard Bureau and
tied at 29-29 at the end of site side of the road. ida Children's Commission in
the third Charles Corbett had 14 4 : someone just traveling V, Knight was named the Department of the Army
quarter. under $1,000 bond
Greeson Tallahassee, will be the guest
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through the area. county attorney and county [Continued on Page Six
"It was the best game 1 .$ [Continued on Page Six] speaker. .
r % prosecuting attorney consoli
Staike has played in long I _
time" said Athletic Director Council Holds I 4: :: . :: Fourth ManArrested 'p "' ..M.t "5 dating the offlcr that were Mrs. Neva
: 18 4: filled last year by Knight as Flynn
David Hurse. >
LS prosecuting attorney and
Harold Bishop.. with his i Private SessionIn In Mack Futch as county attorn New Supervisor/
best night of the season, was "
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high man for the Tornadoeswith Theft Case ,, ':: ey.Mrs.
: '1 Jessie Chastain was re- Of Registration
14 points, followed by ;;$" ,,
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elected vice chairman of the
its first session of the 'r ii : 't' :
John Williams with 10 and r... ; : ,' _
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Moore with 8. new year the most important S Richard Starling, 21, of r".".., _' S S_ __ board. R. E. Jones was re-ap Mrs. Neva Flynn wife of

thing the Starke city council Graham, was arrested this ..', pointed road foreman, and J. George B. Flynn Jr., is Brad
"Williams did a good Job I could do publicly was accept week by the Bradford CountySheriff's E. Norman, courthouse cusItod1n. ford County's new supervisor
but ,Bishop kept us in the ., .
Department on
bids on a new line truck for of registration, succeeding
game, Coach Land declared. the electrical department.Low charges of grand larceny in The H. C. Wall Agency waa Mrs. Marian Crosby long-

The coach also praised senior bidder on the truck :J \ l; the theft of a television set: awarded the county's fleet insurance" time supervisor who resigned

Ii Billy Dowling for a good job was Terwillegar Motors of 5 S' Also charged in the same policy [covering 29 effective Jan. 1.
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under the boards. Starke at $3,203.56 for the 5 ?I t1 case and arrested earlier vehicles] for an annual premium Mrs. Flynn was notified of .;t
Tim had 15 Series utility were Elvin Doyle Casey. 34. a of 12,477.26. The Wall
Stephens points Ford F-700 :; 5.5' '% tr: her appointment In a letter i
I truck. Lowest bid received on parolee from Raiford State bid was $155 less than the Farris .1
A : Tuesday from Governor -
the truck body and equipment ii Prison; Bob Bales of High- next low bid. Bryant.Mrs. 'i
J came from the Altec Corporation land, and Wilbur Austin 18, Florida
: James Bloodworth
TV Bandstand I of Birmingham. Alabama also of Highland, who is free Parole Commission supervisor Flynn had received ths j.
recommendation of the local
bond. Casey and
i at $12,216.40. The hatter under $2,500 introduced C. D. Parker an
STAGE SHOW I bid will not become fina .' Bales are still in the Brad- additional supervisor who has "patronage committee" o t "
which John A. Torode la
c i until a study is made to see ford County Jail. : been assigned to the local office -

I. Music if the equipment provided I The grand larceny charges & and asked that the board chairman.
Country I the four stem Three other names had been .
against men __
meets the specifications re __ make provision for the necessary -
the theft of a televisionset sent to the Governor by the
Opry quested.On: ._- .._. _..:. from office space. It was a-
valued at $300 from a pp County Democratic Executive
I the non-public side of greed that the new supervisor -
I the ledger however, the coun- First Baby 01 Year I vacant farm house near Gra ., could utilize the room upstairs Committee who met here recently
Sponsored By ;/ u .. .. for the purpose of receiving -
I cil met briefly in an "execu ham, according to the sheriffs : In the courtnouse maihas
4 : for the
Starke Rotary Club tive session" so named by Bruce Allan Kinzer 'Was the one-year furlough, which office. :rL ,:i'. :m .'dJ11 .t4.4Lj been used by the supervisor -I office. The applications names of applicants i
Councilman J. D. Doyle when first baby born in Bradford they are spending with Mrs. of registration mainly.
Casey and starling are also sent in by the. commit.
School Auditorium \he requested the private County Hospital in 1963 and Kinzer's: mother Mrs. Ruth i Second Parole Supervisor for storage purposes.
1 High with two countsof tee were: Arden Crosby, T. C.
I meeting. Everyone. including was presented with a $25 savings Reid on Lake Swan near 1 One new member of ths
Saturday, Jan. 12 I even the city clerk but the bond by the Bradford Melrose.] The Kinzers have petty larceny in the theft Commission George Roberts Hazen Jr.. and Ossie Norman. I

I five council members and County Hospital Auxiliary. two other children, Mark. 5, of more than 8.000 feet of Assigned To Local District who succeeds Mrs. E. L. Craw- The office pays $900 an-

Tickets on sale by all I City Attorney George Pierce In above photo Auxiliary and Linda, 3. electrical wires. The men cut ford, took office at this meet nually.
was barred from the private I President Nell Garner [right 1 Iis The natives of Tanganyikaare of Christopher D. Parker i Bradford and Baker County 'ing. '
from poles
f members of Rotary Club I session even though the council presenting the bond to the comparatively primitive the lines down [seated], new Probation and I area. Bloodworth has been The commission ts slated to Alvarez Store

: meeting was not adjourned. baby's mother. Mrs. Clarence having an average of 4th an unused line and sold it Parole Supervisor, fa.mi1iarizes'\'\ haM1ing only Bradford and meet again in special sessionat To Celebrate
I i when it was held. M. Kinzer. grade education and living in to a Jacksonville junk dealer himself with his new case 'Baker Counties but Union 10 ajn. next Tuesday Jan-

This Space Contributed In other action at the meeting Although born in Bradford.' mud huts with grass roofs. All four men have waiveda files under the direction of will be added to this cob- uary 15, to open bids on civil 69th BirthdayAlvarez

\ the council: I County. Bruce Allen will soon Mrs. Kinzer said. They earna preliminary hearing and James P. Bloodworth who has district because of the increased defense. sirens.

Weekly to Publicize I II I Heard a suggestion from be going to Tanganyika East meager living by making are to be arraigned in circuit operated the local office for personnel in his of- I Ameeting is tentatively Store is observing I
Community Events by I City Surveyor Merrill Me Africa where his parents are baskets and pottery, wood the past six years. fice.Parker scheduled at II: a.m. the same its 69th birthday with its annual
Millan to make Court Street, missionaries with the inter- carving, cattle raising and i court during the next Parker, who began his new is originally from day with the City Council, anniversary sale start '

east of the courthouse a two- denominational Africa In- gardening. session which convenes Jan- ;, job Monday, was assigned Tennessee but taught school Chamber of Commerce offici- ing this weekend.

way street in order to facilitate land Mission. Tanganyika received its Independence uary 21. according to the here to expand the local staff in Jacksonville before accepting als, and State Road Department The store Starke's oldest
The Community local traffic when U. S. The baby's parents. Rev. I. a little over a sheriffs office because of the greatly increased the job with the parole engineers to discuss con retail business establishment,
through and Mrs. Kinzer. have completed amount of court Investigation board. He is a Marine Corp struction of a pedestrain overpass was founded in 1894 by J. M.
301 is four-laned .
Bonds for and star-
State Bank four years and seven year ago on Dec. 9, 1960. Casey and supervision of veteran married. and hopesto in front of Bradford High Alvarez grandfather of W.

i Starke. Court Street being months "on the field" in East The Kinzers will return to ling totaled $3,300 and Bales the increasing load of parolee locate suitable housing School on U. 8. 301, a project H. Graham, the present own.y' -

f I I [Continued on Page Six] Africa and are now enjoying East Africa after.March. bond is $2,500. and probationers in the Union starke. In the near futon which baa long been discussed. .



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I I ..... M. Strickland of Miami Mr. and Mrs. Charles Law- I NOTICE TO DEFEXDIX )If'.eraJ\cla vorce and custody of minor ) COUNTY FLORIDA.In .
..r- I Civic RoundTable CIRCUIT COURT BRAD- Assets pledged or assigned children and you are hereby required re:
.' Homan Strickland of Ve- son of Lakeland spent the FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA to secure liabilitiesand to file your appearance j Estate 0: Fred Carlton
Beach were Monday visi weekend with ,Mr. and Mrs.H. IN CHANCERY. for other pur- or written defense to said Com-i deceased
Meets Bobble Jane Jones poses 743.056.2S paint with the Clerk of the Circuit -;'
,of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. A. Lawson The Lawsons Plaintiff, Loans as shown above are Court, Bradford County, NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll
..... visitors vs. Case,No. 13-195 after deductions of Florida, and serve a copy of !| creditors of the estate of
I ,.... also had as Saturday !! To OrganizeBradford's Edward Walter Jones, valuation reserves of 23725.12 said written defense: upon the 1 Fred Carlton, deceased, are
_., and.Mrs. A. J. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Register. Defendant I, Norman H. Willis, Exec. Plaintiff's attorney's GRAY, hereby notified and required to
I ...... will attend the Legislative NOTICE TO APPEARTo Vice Pres. of the above-named CHANDLER, Q-XEAL CARLISLE file any claims or demands
of Tallahassee.Mr. Edward Walter Jones, bank, do solemnly affirm that & AVEfU. !11 N. E. 1st which they have against said
.: : -... in Sarasota this week and Mrs. E. E. Cellon. newly formed i, whose residence and address is: I this report of condition is true Street, Gainesville, Florida, ouor estate In the office of the county -
I : *.** Pearl Cartwright of and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Strick- Civic Round Table met Wednesday -\ UNKNOWNYou and correct, to the best. of my before January 28th 1963. judge of Bradford County,
.. f' knowledge and belief.CorrectAttest fail else Decree -I' Florida in the courthouse at
I UM are hereby notified thata Herein not a
t <.jjMrs.. Barney McRae will le-I Tenn. is spending land of Gainesville were visit- night in the Garden suit for Divorce has been filed : Pro Confesso will be entered i Starke. Florida, within Six calendar
I ,..-turn Sunday after two weeks weeks with Mr, and inf Mrs. Annie Hollingsworth with 13 different clubs being I against you in the above named Norman H. Willis against you.It months from the date of
II % Court and cause and you are Pete G. Felos, M. D. is further ordered that this i the first publication of this notice. -
the -
Pierce. represented at organizational
I ivisit with Mr. and Mrs. Al George on Monday. required to serve a copy of your Hollis V. Knight notice be published once each I Each claim or demand mustbe I
: Harley HI and family In La- and Mrs. Willis Young Miss Barbara Colley of F- session. answer or pleading to the complaint Leila S. ilundy week for four consecutive weeks in writing and must state ,
t 'I and Mrs. J. F. Buford on the Plaintiff's Attorney Directors prior to the return date hereinin the place or residence and post-
: AkronrOhio Mitchell represent-
Vale. Md. for the
will be home claimantand
SU Tele- I address of the
i Green & Green Starke, State of Florida. the Bradford County office
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Allen of I of Jacksonville were weekend.Don ative of the Rotary Club was Florida and file the original in County of Bradford. ss: graph, a newspaper publishedin ; I, must be sworn to by the. J
I : LaBelle were Sunday guests of Mr. and Richie is at the home elected temporary chairman the office of the Clerk of the Sworn to and subscribed before Starke. Florida. claimant, his agent or his attorney .
n !; Circuit Court on or before the me this 6th day of January WITNESS my hand and official or It will became; void
:1 iof Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Den- Merritt Williams.Local : of his parents. Mr. and :Mrs.C. and a constitution was drawnup i 4th day of February 1963; 1963, and I hereby certify thatI seal at Starke, Bradford according to law. ,
: : mark. admissions to Brad- Richie north of Starke and adopted. Meetings are otherwise the allegations of. am not an officer or directorof County Florida, on this 21 day December Zlflt, t91!.
W. \
I said Complaint will be taken as this bank. of December. A. D. UI% MARVIN F. \
: Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper !I County Hospital this after recuperating from serious scheduled for the second confessed by you. (SEAL) Jean O. Norman CHARLES A. DARBY Executor of the Estate of ,\
: and Mrs. W. E. Lawson atM I include William Robert injuries in an automobile Wednesday of each month at1 This notice snail be publishedonce Notary Public State of Flori- Clerk Circuit Court, Brad' j Fred Carlton, reupd.
I Decem-
da at publication on !
large. First'
: tended the Johnstown I Sr., Walter Taylor War- accident in Jacksonville last various locations within each weeks week in for the four BRADFORD consecutive -- My commission expires Feb. ford .County.Marian Florida.B. I* Crosby her 27th, US:.
Church E. Bishop :Marcia M. I 14. 1965. Clerk THOMAS & PIEItCEAttonleySat.laW
: quartette program September. He was in the i I COUNTY TELEGRAPH. Duty
: Union 4 Laura Leach Iva- area.The I Dated this 5th day of January 12-27 4t 1-17 i
County last j : Baptist Memorial Hospital in group has received an 19 \3. 203-205 North Temple Ave
night. Chitty Essie Crosby. Jacksonville for five weeks invitation from the Palatka I CHARLES A. DARBT. LEGAL XOTICE *I StarKc, Florida

I I :Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Budd Jr.I Linton and Annie Bell following the accident. Civic Round Table to attenda Clerk of the Circuit Court. I am not responsible for any IX COUNTY 41'DGE'S COURT 12.27 4t 117A !
By Janet N. Carter FOR BRADFORD
I debts incurred by Mrs. W. B. ISXD
*" Miss meeting there on Thursday,
and children Mabel Braden
: of Mrs. Deputy Clerk Dawbon or Mrs. Irene C. Dawson -
I : and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Parker I J. S. Sapp entered Alachua Myrtle Reddish of Jacksonville January 17.Prospective. 1.10 4t 130REPORT :

and eon of Claxton. I Hospital on Monday and Mrs. Virginia Mc- projects were I W.Keystone B .DAWSON Heights, SR.Fla. tree that may in summer wear, :1
were Sunday guests of Mrw. will undergo surgery on Guire of Orlando Mr. and discussed and will be adopted COMMUNITY STATE BANK: 12-SO 4t 1-10 A nest of robins in her hair .

,E. Middleton and t His daughters, Mrs Mrs. A. H. Cruce, and :Mrs. i at a later meeting. Permanent.! OF STARKK I.\ THE STATE
**"" Made Middleton. 1 .Berry of Dillon S. C. Margaret Thomas Tavares of I officers will be elected at OF FI.ORID.AT TilE CLOSEOF LEGAL NOTICE: :
I : Dr. 'and Mrs. H. G. BolUnger I Mrs. Dewey Warren of Memphis, Tenn. have been I! next months meeting. i I BElL 30 100 A..ta:. I, Mark L. Luke am not responsible BUT NOT THIS ONE!
Ga. are here dur- Errol Alvarez. for any debts made
0 er have as guests, Dr. visiting I Cash. balances with other except those made by me. - -
: :Mrfli P. E. Bellinger of Ii hIS convalescence.Mr. who is ill. Band Boosters i banks and cash itemsin 12-27 StD 117IX -
and Mrs. T. H. Slade process of collection ....
: '-''
: t 'I
: phos Ohio who plan to 551636.26 .
Sunday to Wednesday PENTECOSTAL To Meet MondayA United States Government COUNTY JUDGE'S COVRT :/,; (tk has been stifled fcHentIy and
I Qlehome in-Florida and I
Titusville on business. HOLINESS CITURCH' obligations, direct and IN AND FOR BRADFORD slowly by Spanish Moss,
: and Mrs. Milton Hartzell guaranteed 1,246,957.51. COUNTY FLORIDA. .
j )
Mr and Mrs. Paul Raymond meeting or tne Bradford Loans and discounts (including 1 IB re: Estate of public enemy number one of
Hpuston, Texas. Mrs. Bertha Lang return- 324 W. Brownlee St. no over- Marion A. Griffis, deceased. and nut
Band Boosters is schedulednext beautiful shade
: Jerald Young of drafts 960,16&11Bank Notice of FlUa Petition Fer
10 m. )
School a.
i Sunday from two weeks Sunday Monday night January furniture and fix- Final Discharge 'of AtwlalatrntrU .I bearing trees. Visual proof
: top was last Thursday with relatives in Belle Morning Worship, 11 a. m. tures $I'l, 13.81 17,513:37Real -
14, at 8 o'clock in the band .
of Mr. and Mrs. Notice is hereby that 1 that
0 Vest R. : Evangelistic Service 7:30 p. m estate owned given
4 Chism. I Boynton Beach and hall.All other than bank have filed my final returns as l shade! and nut bearing trfes.
: \ : ?ort Myers.Mr. Prayer Meeting Wednesday band members and premises 3,197.99 Administratrix of the estate pf .'.
: for the sick Marion A. Griffis deceased: Yteual proof that
'Mr. and Mrs. Dan R. | 7:30 p. m. Prayer ----
and Mrs. Comer Perry chaperones who made the
that I have filed my petition for ,
I all services.-David T. Mc- TOTAL ASSETS 2,779,472.34LrsbIlItLea
; : son are renting the |1 1.j of Jacksonville were vis at trip to Miami are invited to distribution and for final discharge -'
Apartment at 325 N. :I Ghee, pastor.LAURA and that on the 25 day' Spanish Moss
.j : I Judge and :Mrs. E. K. attend the'! meeting and are of January, 1963. I will apply 4
: $:reel. I on Saturday. asked to bring with them pictures Demand deposits of indi- to the Honorable Theron A. KILLS TREES!
BAPTIST CHURCH vidnals. partnerships, Yawn. County Judge of: Brad- i- : I
Mr. and Mrs. I
Logan Friends of Mrs. Mattie Ga- and film taken during
and corporations 907.416.19 ford County, Florida for approval ,
I 1.: win visited Col.! and Mrs. : will be interested to Sunday school 9:45: am. I the trip. Time and savings: depositsof of said final returns and for Spanish 3I06 must be contrnM -

old C. Wall in St. I that her son, Powell Morning worship 11 am. individuals, and partnerships an order of distribution and for ..... <*._1 now__ uhilft... trees are
i. IX THE COUNTY JCDGK'8 corporations final discharge as Administratrix : ''' ''''' n --- -- -
on. Saturday. I is improving in 1.357,633.80 ot the Estate of Marion A.Griffi :f!., ...''-'' machine
Evening worship 7 p.m. COURT I.V AND FOR> BRADFORD _. > .. dormant. A new
United States
Deposits of -
deceased. -- --- -
Vicki Barksdale] has Hospital, Savannah. COU 'I'Y. FL8 IDA. Florida
J : Everyone welcome. In reVE6tJLtfe- Government (including December 14 1962. has! been purchased by -
: : confined with chicken pox ., following a heart attack. Rev. D. E. Willis Pastor. :Melvin U.Prescott.. Deceased postal savings) 18,697.15 PEARL GRIFFIS, This picture was made duringthe Pest pontrol & CheniLcal
l I' I NOTICE Deposits of States and political Administratrix Notice the flow-
pastjrweekv week. TO CREDITORS i Spring.
a -. All creditors of the estate oi subdivisions 250,000.00 THOMAS & 'PIERCEAttorneysatlaw Co. to rid homeowners
... ,I Mrs. Fred of Gaines'i1le of Banks 10,000.00 shrubs and spreading
\ Guy Deposits
CHURCH OF GOD .. ering
} .I.: Melvin I Prescott, deceased; and farmers 'Of this menace
.. is overnight guest Thurs are hereby notified and required Certified and officers'checks 203-205 North Temple Ave. of neighboring plants.
.. 422 N. St. Clair St. ,. etc. 9,479.9bTOTAL Starke, Florida foliage another step by this
to file claims demands
any or
.. of her mother Mrs. A. Z DEPOSITS 2553227.09
i which they have against First publication December.. better
may be of
Sunday School 10 am said estate 'in the office of the (A) Total demand 27. 1962. This tree like so many company to
935,593.29l :
I f county Judfife .Bradford County deposits 12-27 4t 1-17 .nthip. .. In Krurtfnrrt. r.llllntv service to TOIL.
Mark Jackson returned to I Morning Worship. 11 a. m ( ) Total Time And t..c.n MS ---- ----" '
In the courthouse at Starke,
t : his studies in Williston on I Evening Service. 7:30: pjn. Y. Florida, within six calendar savings liabilities deposits 43,869.86 W THE CIRCriT COURT OK DON'T TAKECHANCES PLAY ITSAFE \
after spending theholidays months from the date of the FLORIDA. EIGHTH: JUDICIAL -
I PE each Wednesday, 7:30: first publication of this notice. TOTAL ,
J : with his parents Mr. p. Each claim or demand muet be LIABILITIES 2597096.95 CIRCUIT.COUNTY IX AND FORIRADL'ORD INCHANCERY. 1

( : Mrs. W. T. Jackson. I I m. Prayer Meeting Friday. in "writing' and must stat. the .
Rev. S. J. Grady is confined 7:30: p.m. L. S. Williams. place or residence and postof- Capital Accounts Jane Price Campbell
: t THE fice address of the claimant and Common Stock. total Plaintiff TODAY I
the Veterans Hospital pastor. must be swarn to'hy the claim par value }100,000.09 vs.William. DIAL 964-3965
ant his agent or his attorney, Capital 100000.00 Allan Campbell II
8, Lake City.
: 'It M !ag-1Jj! iuu 1 or It will become void according Surplus 55000.00 NOTICE TO APPEAR AND I
A Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gentry SEVENTH DAT to law.January Undivided profits 27,375.39 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
:W.L! Miss 8. 1963.MARYCILLE. TO: William Allan Campbell
as holiday guests,
: :
/ Jean Gentry of Law- Executrix of the Estate of ACCOUNTS 182375.39 care P. O. Box 2268 West Palm ( .
Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Sabbath School [Saturday) '-Melvtn 1..-'pres ott, dec. Beach. Florida
I : Fri. First publication on January You are hereby notified thata I
Segers and children of 964-1324. 10, 1953.ThOMAS: TOTAL LIABILITIESAXD Complaint has been filed a- .J ggMALCO.
: : DOUBLE S. C.. Mr. and Mrs., 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship. & P1ERC.Attorneys CAPITAL gainst you by the Plaintiff in II
at Law ACCOUNTS 2779472.34 539 E. Call Street Starke, Fla. I
Gentry and daughter Bet- 11 a. m. Located between.W1 : the above styled Court. The nature
20S-205-J North Temple
of said suit is for a di I
: I 'and Jack Stafford and son son Road and Griffis Loop, Starke,.. Florida ; I .1'

I k I Ricky of Savannah; Ga. and '" t11 '4f_ 1-31 .-- :- __ L...._____. _. .: t-i_.__._:_: := ;
-- no -

... "ELCID"H.Lacy Mr.Rigdon and Mrs.of Garl Starke.Mathews.Mr. .\ 11-- BANK STAkKE

: and Mrs. Cula cora, EvebodyReacts FLORIDA AT

and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon

.: Nichols attended the reunionof STARKE, FLORIDA I II

Humphrey employees at
the home of Mr. and Mrs.
.... Lemuel Lawrence in Jacksonville I

Sunday honoring Leon-I ''I'Ii
S Condensed from Report to Comptroller
ard Correll of Sacramento, I ,
: Nf SOI'' I
: i I
.. Mrs. Junius M. Smith is ; j DECEMBER 31, 1962
traveling the state this month ,

for the Florida Institute of _

Laundry & Cleaning as public .
relations chairman for the r i :
i "I (
I I .
state. Resources ,_: .,
I Miss Carolyn Wetherford of II

Jacksonville was a Monday j

: blasts thescreen Mundy.Mr.overnight. guest of Mrs. W. B.I i! Loans and Discounts "l,8 6,395.88 I

:. 4'1 \ and Mrs. Carl Johns I Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures' 302,954.65 I

spent Sunday to Thursday of :I ...'

:. COMING' last and week Mrs. Charles in Tampa Durkee.I with Mr. I II I I Other Real Estate Owned 4,866.67

Mrs. A. W. Redgrave :
: CIIAUL TON confined in Bradford County wa. I, Prepaid Expenses 607.81

=.. IN Hospital Sunday.Mrs. from Thursday to II I I Accrued Interest & Income Receivable 30,703.49

J. B. Sapp and Mrs. t : I I
t ;
: Sun., Mon., W. B. Mundy visited Mrs. U. S. Government Securities 1,849,568.53

Grace Bedsole in St. Vincent'sHospital : .

.. on Monday.Mr. The ,Florida, County & Municipal Bonds 746,696.58

and Mrs. Clyde Terwil- Telegraph I

legar and children, Anne and Other $tate & Municipal Bonds, 93,987.50 '
.. Byron visited 4 y tEach
.. Imkf\ Mrs. Terwillegar .
\ Sr. in St. Petersburg over time The Telegraph goes to Cash on Hand & Due From Banks 233,262.39 2,954,218.49TOTAL ,

New Year's weekend. _ _ _
: i i -
J I. .
Miss Kathleen Hooks of press you \

( Washington. D. C. was a 5,079,043.50 .
) are missing the opportunity to place
.. Monday visitor of Mr. and

.. Mrs. Lester Crews. your sales talk in 3,200 homes in Lit ; ) :
and Mrs. Robert Tan-
ner of Baldwin were visitingMrs. Bradford, Union, and Clay Counties Liabilities
.. .
J. H. Fields 1 ,- ,
on Sunday. 01 .
.. /; 't'>
.. ir\ Miss Jackie Hagar of Brooker .
Capital Stock
was Friday overnight guest 300,000.00
: I of Miss Barbara Green. You're missing the opportunity to

I .. Byron Terwillegar has returned reach more than 10,000 potential Surplus vf ; 325,000.00 V
to The Bolles Schoolin <

... ; Jacksonville after spendingthe consumers, since each paper is read I Undivided Profits : V '' 27,260.61

holidays with his parents. : .

?h'.IR Mrs. Effie Johns has had as by more than three people. (Someare I Reserve for Contingencies 8,158.62 660,419,23

: guests G. w. Baisden and Miss
Holliday of Jackson. .. even passed from family to family

; : COMING I! fie Carter on Monday Mr. and, and Mrs.Mrs.Rich-Ef- ) Through no other medium can Reserve for Taxes, Interest, Etc. .'J' .V ':. V .&, 23,412.89

:. CHARLTON Carttr Luiebell, M. D. Carter and, you reach so many at so little ex Interest & Income Collected, Not Earned ',; 56,617.07

Parks and Mrs.
:. IN Carter of Maxville on pense. For as little as 90 cents you Deposits V ;: : 4,338,594.31

.. .
: Wed. Mrs. Lucile Davis spent New can get your advertising message in- I 1.1.TOTAL. ,.' '; i 'I .,.

: '! day and night with Mr. to 3,200 homes.. Postage alone on V ; ;. V: ,;; ..; ': 5,079,043,50
'#'J'" V
\ llrs. L G. Davis Jr. aId

.. : .. .."'-., Beryl Holland In Qaines- >a government; post card to the same j'

I : : the a Greg with Davis his returned to number homes would cost $96!
: MiD'g'k: remain the rest of the week. :
i I But whether you've got 90 cents or
: : .. Dais had as a Friday I

: wor er Mrs. Jack TUlotson of $90 to spend on ,your advertising I 1'1:1

.. t .
message, you can still get,the-MOST ---" --- .
,Stance ury Cleaners.

:. .: COMING .... .Call-office open for open business 7 -.m.as FOR YOUR MONEY in the columns -Vjffl\ E. ij V !;
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CHARLTON '530; PJIL, Mon.\ through of, The Telegraph. What would you ;-

tj'hone 964r3201: !or $el- like ,to tell ef 31 banksof theFlorida National Group S }Member ) Deposit urancec'1 1\ 1. .
IN and delivery service in our 10,000 readers next I I

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'I'I vI Barbara Smith ;Green-Spidel 1 for eight weeks. ectric shock, but that erroneous ,

All persons interested in or uncertain interpretation -,
Becomes Bride Event WHAT WHEN
Wedding ,
ceramics and who would like .of the graphical results

Of Leon HallMiss Of December 17 AND WHEREJan. to be in the next class, start- could result in injustice and I wuicn x

I ing in March, should contact character injury.

I Barbara Smith daughter Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green I the Recreation Departmentand During the business session I No.1 1

GLADYS MOOTY PHONEGaskinsSikes %4.0361I I of Mr. and Mrs. Wade i announce the marriage of i 11 register. Only the firs reports were made on the i
I Smith of Tracy. Calif., and I their daughter, Sandra Lucile, BPW luncheon. 12 noon 1, ten people will be eligible for Children's Christmas Party j :

.- Leon Hall son of Mr. and I to David Lee Spidel on Monday Garden Restaurant.Brad. I I the class. and the New Year's Eve I TV )
Mrs. Shi Smith
[ Mrs. Calvin Hall of Starke j I Dec. 1'1. at Folkston, Ga.Mr. Co. Heart Assn. com- More information can be Dance. The District Caucus :

Recent Bride, were united in marriage on I : Spidel is the son ofMr. mittee, organization meeting. obtained by calling the Starts I was announced to be held Friday j I'

r'P Dec. 8 in Grace Baptist I II and Mrs. Wilbur Spidel of 8 p.m. Florida Bank. Recreation Department 961-, i Jan. 11. at Perrv. :, VALUEDduu lila ;

I : Given Shower ,I I Church in Tracy. i ii Greenville, Ohio and will resume I Jan. 14 7441. New members welcomed at :, "

I j i Rev. Manuel R. Deeds per his studies at DePauw Beta Sigma Phi sorority, I this meeting were Harold Godwin ': hoau.r. --
l Zoos -
t Miss Gale Stevenson whose: University in Indiana for the Garden Restaurant, 8 Compact
1 formed the double ring ceremony pmJan. Jaycees See i Bob Glotzer and Frank !
marriage to Shi Smith Jr. was
I I spring semester.
before an altar banked j Reaves. Stvling
an event of Jan. 5, was the 1 I with baskets of white chrysanthemums -! BHS PTA 8 p.m., Cafeteria. Lie Detector !i
inspiration for a lovely bridal 1 13" PORTABLE
shower given Wednesday eve .I I and candelabra. j Circle Two Jan. 17 j Demonstration 'I School Board !

fi. of last week : Given in marriage by her Of BPW meeting Director'sroom. I 1
ning at the home I Presbyterian \
Elects Officers
father the bride wore a gown 1 i Florida Bank 8 p.m. I Capt. Jim Wingate, chief 01.. >
of Miss Elaine Colson, 413 i
Center Street. Hostesses were of white slipper satin. Pearl!i Women MeetsCircle crime investigation with the .i I II WINKLER ELECTRIC Inc.
f. School
Bradford County's ,
and sequin-encrusted applijque Ceramics Classes :
Miss Colson, Mrs. E. E. Tanner Jacksonville Police Depart- j
outlined the rounded Two of the Presbyterian Board met briefly Monday,
was guest speaker ,
Mrs. W. T. Gill. Mrs. Are
Gary E. Hildebran and Miss neckline of the fitted bodice j Women of the Church. OrganizedTwo the Starke Jaycee dinner :, January 7, for its initial ses- ;, A GOOD SELECTION OF USED TVs

which also featured long, tapered met Tuesday, Jan. 8, at the ,1
meeting Tuesday night. and
of the
sion new
Carolyn Norman. new classes in ceramics. year 234 N. Temple"e.. Phone 9644301.
sleeves. The bouffant home of Mrs. Fritz Kramer. I 4 i'
The refreshment"table was I have been organized this weekat I The speaker gave an interesting ] elected officers according to'
covered with a .white lace skirt swept into a chapel- Mrs T. A. Yawn gave the the Starke Recreation De- demonstration of the !I I j School TV SERVICE THE KIND YOU LIKE
I Hari
devotional i
length train. A crown of pearls I opening and Mrs.
cloth and centered with a partment.One polyograph [lie detector] and I
held the bride's fingertip illusion Carrie Ward explained the mon P. Morgan. i i
handsome pink flower ar- said that it could be a dan-
rangement. Miss Colson presided I veil and she carried a work of the Columbia Friend- class meets each Mon-I gerous instrument unless OPerated Dan Starling was re-elected Our Telephone Number in the Yellow Pages of Our
I starburst f ] ship Circle and the projectfor day night from 7 to 9 o'clock, I
arrangement o
at the crystal punch and the results analyzed -, chairman for another year, and Telephone Book is Listed Wrong-Please Check
I this and the other class meets each
is refurnishing
white chrysanthemums and year
bowl at one end of the table. by a trained expert. He H. A. Lawson will serve another Section for Correct Number.WORTH'S .
Tuesday morning from 9 to 11. Regular
The gift table was centered II holly leaves, centered with a the dormitory at Co- I explained that there was no
EngagementIs white orchid. lumbia Theological Seminaryat These classes will continue year as vice-chairman. _
,. with a miniature bride doll. physical danger, such as el-
Announced Appropriate games were The bride's four attendantswere Decatur, Ga. .
After the business session
played during the evening identically gowned in I
", Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Gaskinsof and prizes were awarded to red satin floor-length dresses Mrs. Roy Hodges, moderator !

Lawtey announce the engagement :, the winners. i fashioned with short sleeves, presented an interesting pro-
of their rounded necklines and gram on the topic "The King
The 30 guests invited to attend large January
I ,Virginia to Jack daughter'I'I between tne hours 7:30: bows at the back waistlines.Red Demonstrated His Power."

j Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. SiXes of' to nine o'clock included Mrs. velvet crowns held their

I Jacksonville.The, Edith Christiansen, grandmother short veils, and they carried St. Mark's Women

wedding will take placeat of the bride-to-be, and holiday bouquets of, white Plan
Turkey (Formerly
8 p. m. on March 9 in the Mrs. Shi Smith Sr., motherof chrysanthemums ace e n ted ,ro

Evergreen Baptist Church. No' the bridegroomtobe.The with red Christmas balls and Dinner i Robbrns') *

invitations are being sent, but hostesses presented the holly leaves.!

incited t honoree with a place settingin : Mr. Hall had John Phillipsas St. Mark's Women of th.

I her chosen china patternas his best man, and ushers Church met Monday night at. fi

a memento of the occasion. were friends of the couple. the home of Rev. and Mrs. R.

Southside PTA Yule decorations were used E. MacBlain. Mrs. James

WSCS Meets at the reception which followed Blachshear gave the devotional. -

i Meets Tuesday the ceremony in the Ma- i

Tuesday At sonic Hall. The bride's table Plans were made for a tur-

a Walter Sistrunk of tha key dinner to be held in Jan-
featured arrangements o f '
Bradford High School faculty Sewell HomeCircle chrysanthemums and redI uary.Refreshments -' The Biggest Reductions On Quality Apparel Ever Taken

l spoke on "Americanism as One of the First Christmas balls and red can- were served

t opposed to Communism" at Methodist WSCS met Tuesdayat I, dIes.The during the social hour froman Place In Bradford County-Come See For Yourself. We Guarantee To
the regular meeting of theSoufhside
the home of Mrs, W. B. newlyweds cut a five- attractive table centered
Elementary School Sewell. The was tiered wedding cake, and min.. with a silver candelabra with
program pre- QPlease No
PTA last Save You As Much As !
Tuesday night in red candles. Mrs. Clyde Ter-
sented by Mrs. Charles Saw- gled with their 250 guests before >0 Refunds orffm
the school cafetorium. willegar, president, presided at Entire Winter Stock $3.88
yer, assisted by Mrs. Titus Olson leaving for a wedding Exchanges
Mr. Sistrunk teaches this Francisco.The the coffee service.
Mrs. Al Crosby Mrs. trip to San
. course at BHS, and explained The next will be
i meeting
Vernon Smucker. and Mrs. E. bride graduated from LADIES
t ', to the parents that the course D. Olmstead. high school in 1959 and prior held Monday Feb. 4, in the 4.88 MEN'S
i i ii now required by state law I parish house.
7 I Circle Two met Monday afternoon -I to her marriage was employed -
and that each senior must
at the home of Mrs. with an equipment comp-
i ,pass it before graduating. I Lions Schedule CAR COATS JACKETS
Jerry Kouba, with Mrs. C. D.I -
Principal J. C. any.Mr. $5.55
f Bouthside Williams presenting the pro- Hall attended Bradford Program On SightA DRESsEs
Hobbs introduced Mrs. H. S. i,
gram. Eight members and High School before joiningthe
.Kennedy, who replaced Mrs.
J two visitors attended the Navy. He and his bride left program of interest to :
Connie Clark as teacher of the $6.66
:Special education class. meeting. during the holidays for Yoko- I those familiar with the sight S
I I Circle Three met Wednes- suka, Japan, where he will be conservation program of the S 81 1
.r' Mr. Hobbs also announced stationed aboard the USS Ju VALUES TO
day morning at the home of Starke Lions Club will be seen 1 $9 99
that four of the six new 7.77
1 : Mrs. J. E. Denmark with .the piter. on the Virginia Atter programon 1 TO ,
classrooms at Southside will I $14.99 i
.; ,
f co-chairman. Mrs. Drew Reddish Channel 4 TV at 10 a.m.
be,opened and in use by the
presiding. Mrs. J. F. Mc- Shi Smiths Saturday, Jan. 19.
end of this week, and he invited !
Comb gave the devotional and The program will show the -- .VALUES.
interested to Host Rehearsal 1
anyone- also presented the program. Gawlik Broom Works in Jacksonville

come and inspect them. Circle Four met Tuesday Party At DinnerMr. where bind workers $8.99 TO $17.99
Mrs. R. S. Mullins' second
\ morning at the home of Mrs. are employed to make the A
I gfad the banner for hav-
won ,
I Eugene Williams. The pro- and Mrs. Shi Smith Sr. brooms that are sold by Lions MENS FLANNEL HENS
'i 1>>g the most parents present. gram was given by Mrs. E. L. were hosts at a delightful Club here and in other com-
J'Mrs. Allen's fourth
grade Matthews, and the devotionby dinner party Friday evening, munities for the benefit of SweatersX3.47
elass was in charge of refresh-
Mrs. G. S. Brown. Ten Jan. 4, at the 301 Restaurant the sight conservation pro- Pajamas $$2.27

.I ments. 1 members and three visitors honoring their son, Shi SmithJr. ,j gram. The Starke Lions Club t Values $4.99 To

attended the meeting. I.. and his fiancee Miss Gale! pays for eye examinations and: CAR COATS JACKETS TO $8.98 $5.87
28 Members Circle Six met Monday afternoon I Stevenson, following their glasses for many underpriv-Li ]MENS FLANNEL

'A at the home of Mrs.J. I wedding rehearsal.The ileged children each year. 1 LONRSLEEVE
d Senior

1 of-\Citizens tten Meet and. H.two Fields.visitors Ten were members present I: was T-shaped covered with banquet a white table Bradford Has High I VALUES$7.98TO 81 81 Shirts - $$1.87 Sport Shirts $$2.37

for the program presented by I linen cloth and the center Forest Fire Rate 4 TO 12
Members of the Senior Citizens Mrs. O. L. Haynes. Sr.. and I table held a beautiful center-

Club held their regular: the devotion by Mrs. Bertha' piece composed of white pom- Bradford $19.95 *
I County is one of ,
social meeting Tuesday night Pearce. Mrs. Clark from Jack- poms and gladioli and flankedby the highest counties in Flor- SUPER SPECIALS !

with 28 members attending. sonville reported on her workin silver candelabra holding ida in wild fire occurrences,
Each member brought an the Children's Home. white
burning tapers.

article from home, and an Women The honored couple presen- i Jr.County said Ranger this week.J. C. Prevatt LADIES SWEATERS M M $$2.87 MENS WORK PANTS
Junior J
auction was held with the ted personal gifts to their at- "Law1 enforcement on viola-

highest bidder taking the ar- Plan Beach TripPlans tendents during the dinner tions of Forest Fire Laws in Values $3.99 To $9.95 To $5.87 ONLYGREY 61
ticle. The money received from hour. Bradford County will be stepped AND SHIRTS

j th-' auction went into the for attending "Junior The 22 guests enjoying,the 1 I up in 1963 in an effort toI

treasury for future use. Day" at Jacksonville Beachon affair included members of I reduce the number of wild fires KHAKI TWILLREGULAR *

Bingo was played after re* Jan. 24 were made at the the wedding party, the immediate t ," Prevatt sta.ted.itA warning LADIES SPORTS WEAR =

I Ireshments were served and monthly meeting of the I families, and out-of-.I citation has been issued % $2.99 $3.99FOR

card games were enjoyed af- Starke Junior Woman's Club town guests, including Mr. in the past, but more criminal 48
terward. Monday night. and :Mrs. F. C. Stevenson, prosecution is expected in the BOYS .
The next meeting will be Mrs. Lavern Outlaw club future." Save Up To
i i parents of the bride and Mrs. i
held Jan. 22 at the Lions Den. i\ ,
president, announced that The Forest Service
I John Jenks, all of New Or- reported
I *The Senior Citizens Club Jan. 18 is the date for making leans, La., and Mis. C. W. 192 wild fires in 1962, while

is sponsored by the Starke reservations for Junior Day Beasley Jr., of Gainesville. the 1961 total was 138. i SWEATERS JACKETS

Recreation Department and and urged all members of the Fires last year were attrib- FLANNEL

persons 50 years of age or over Starke club to attend. uted to the following causes: I! GOWNS PAJAMAS $ d,67 to $3.37. Reg. Val. $3.99 To $5.98 S A V E$2.87to

are cordially invited to join. Mrs. Crowson
After a short business ses- Carelessness. 86; incendiary or ,

i i sion, a social hour was held Given Surprise wilful, 93; lightning 13. I $3.87 331L3% to 50%
Circles and refreshments
Baptist served by Total rainfall for 1962 was .

Hold the hostesses Mrs. Bill Dodd. Birthday Party reported as 62.51 inches. The GIRL'S COATS JACKETS %
Meetings Mrs. Randal Chitty, Mrs. J. county average for annual SPORT SHIRTS PAJAMAS
Mrs. Crowson was
E. Denmark and Mrs. George Claude rainfall is 63.92 inches. 5O
Ethel Biggs Circle of the delightfully surprised at a i -- Reg. Up To $2.49
Snell. The dining table in the
Values To $2.99
First Baptist Church WMU birthday party given in her :
sunroom was centered with a
I met; Tuesday night at 7:30 colorful fall arrangement dis- honor last Friday evening at Rabid Fox Seen I FLANNEL PAJAMAS COTTON $1.67 COTTON $187

o'clock at the home of Mrs. her home on W. Madison street : FLANNELS FLANNELS
played by Mrs. Randal Chitty. At TheressaA
J JZt P. Miles with six members given by Mrs. N. S. Dankel i I!

present. The program on stewardship UDC Held Mrs. E. L. Matthews and Mrs.
Meeting I rabid fox was sighted at
was presented by
Harry Mooty.

,t Mrs: Jeff Hopkins and was I LastVednesday Sixteen personal friends of but Theressa the. animal Wednesday escaped morning into : TREMENDOUS SAVINGS ON SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY

followed by a social hour and the honoree helped to celebratethis the 1
refreshments. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. swamp area between The
occasion and enjoyed refreshments 1I
L. D. Vining were hostesses and social period ressa Jack and Trawick Hampton.of the County I Broken Sizes Odd Lots : Values $5.99 to $10.99
Wednesday afternoon of l last
Lorena Epperson Circle met during the party hours. I
Tuesday' night at the home of week at the home of the for- Health Department said the I I

Mrs; Ben Hall with Mrs. Sid mer to the members of the fox chickens bit four at dogs Theressa and killedsix be-i FOR LADIES FOR CHILDREN FOR MEN i FOR BOYS

Shuford as co-hostess. Theprogram W. T. Weeks chapter. UJJ.C. "The Teaching Age"To

on "Christian Witnessing" : for their January meeting. fore making its get-away. I*, Heels Flats Casuals
1 Miss Madge Middleton. president TopicAt also attempted to attack two
was presented by i
the :program chairman. Mrs. i presided over the meet Bradford PTA"The persons who the disturbance.went out to The investigate : From From From $$7.77MM From 77c

H, L. Speer, with Mrs. J. A. ing. $177. S Ma
Griffin taking part. Refreshments Mrs. L. G. Powell historian -I Teaching Age" will be I dogs have been penned up and ,

were served during the read an interesting paperon the program topic at the high I I placed under observation. '1Tn I ,

social i hour.Recent the "January Heroes of i school PTA meeting next wick warned all persons

: the Confederacy. I. Tuesday night at 8 o'clock in in the Hampton and Theressaarea t _
the Cafeteria. I to be on the lookout and', -
During the social hour refreshments -
Births avoid contact with wild Don't Miss Hundreds Of
were served. Mrs. any '
\ Members of the BHS faculty -
!animal that to act abnormally -
Bradford County Hospita1. Lewis Robinson of Apopkawas will demonstrate audiovisual TIm Too
Great wo S Bargains
a guest on this occasion. aids reading machines, those jj
announces the following I
that come out in the daytime OF FLORIDA
births: and other teaching materialsand SALE Numerous To List
Beta Sigma Phi or that come up around houses -
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence equipment used in the
Todd, Stark@asonLawrence 'To Meet MondayThe school. Parents are urged to or other buildings and appear We GuaranteeDisappointedt
to be tame.
i You Will Not Be
Wayne, Jan. 3. I''I I I attend this informative pro (Fomerly Robbins')

Mr. and Mrs.. Clarance Beta Sigma Phi Soror- gram. I I Steno Notebooks. Steno Big Savings!

Wayne wart,&. i e twin I ity will meet Monday night : Refreshments will be served I Ko-rect Type Typewriter _. '
't Where Your Dollars Are WORTH More
boys, Roland Wayne aIii! lJOIl- Jan. 14. at 8 pjn. in the Gar by parents of the llth J I Pens, Typing Paper, Erasers ;

aid-Wayne. Jan. 5. den Restaurant. grade class. .. I Ribbons The TELEGRAPH.* ,

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t I '/ ---.1. -s. -- -- -" 3 Bradford Men Elks To Observe I; "We think that in the struggle Special tribute will naid

I with communism too mucn during Freedom Week tQ newspapers -
cr;: ; Farmer's_ Diary Plead InnocentIn Freedom Week 1! attention has been paid to broadcast: ftations,

I Hunting Case what we are against and we magazines and books and to
# By Sam McGarrey :j' Starke Elks Lodge No. 1802! are hi danger of losing sightof the men and wowen engagedin

Someone's Waiting To Separate You tobacco today without it. Three Starke: men pleaded will observe Freedom Wee what we are fighting for these areas of communica
j I innocent ITClay County I IJUQge's j'i I next Monday through Saturday and why we are. for it." declared -'' tion. Plans for the Freedom
I January H-19, Exalted Exalted Ruler Gaines. Week observance! are being
.Ft pm Those Hard-forced Dollars Cattleman this week urged i i Court Monday tot, Ruler L. M. Gaines has
I stockmen to keep grazed' charges involving the slaying I j II an- "During Freedom Week, we !, drafted by a committee headed -
rye nounced. hope to bring home to the' by Bobbie i 511 1r. Working -
Recent disclosure? in Bradford and mises of marriage, obtained a total .of ; down and not let it get too of a doe deer on the Camp I I '':I I'I'I i
Freedom Week will be celebrated people of our community aI j with him are Owen Vaughan -
1 high. "If you ,let it get too Branding reservation. I I
in dollars.
adjoining counties of malpractices thousands of up and
I Crockrell
by Elks lodges throughI fuller realization that free- Horace
the home repair and construction industry Beauty Treatment: A self-styled J JA big." he said. "and thenturntyour Jasper Byrd and Herman I I I the country as part of the : dom of speech and of the Thomas E. Lewis.
: : cows in the planting will Geiger face trial on chargesof j
t that are causing oldsters and beauty scientist was arrested on char' ,. ''I positive Americanism programof press are the basic freedoms J
( others to lose their property through ges of peddling an allegedly dangerous' not come*back.. i possessing an illegal deer the Benevolent and Protective | on which our whole way of j Zipper Notebooks' $z.U st
and taking without I
mortgage foreclosures are apparentlyonly facial rejuvenation treatment. Postal game i Order of Elks. I life depends." II | Bradford. County' Telerrftphl
good rain over the week- Citrus bit by a freeze will checking in or out of the res- !
: one phase of a many-sided evil inspectors estimated that approximately I I
end was welcome to growers, fhed its leaves and fruit and ervation. Bond was set at $300
; that i is bilking the U. S. public of billions a million dollars was paid by 500 I
for it helped the berries and stijl) come back we are told.. each. Carl l Byrd is charged I :
subscribers to the treatment. Some of
annually. 'j,greens. And, of course, it gave'' If the leaves stay on the tree. with taking an illegal deer, ;I ,
A U. S. Senator recently declared them later filed disfigurement suits. 'a boost to the temporary grazing that is a bad sign and the and his bond was set at $200.

that the nation's old folks are being Knitting and Sewing Machine pro- crops of rye and oats tree will die. That happened Wildlife Officer William Announcing

exploited to the tune of a billion an- motions: Thousands of housewives !which are providing. mucb to our satsuma in the recent ) Jackman reported that Jasper !

nually through medical fraud and have been victimized by promoters of' needed forage for cattle. IS i I I freeze. and well see now whether Byrd and Geiger were sightedby
quac\ery.! Arthritis sufferer? alone this scheme who 'induce them to pur- J' it is correct. State Trooper John Marsh. I

f spend.more than $250 million a yearson chase machines at exorbitant prices t Incidentally, the recent '! S S attempting to remove tha

misrepresented drugs treatments, ranging up to $500 upon representations -' :freeze was an example.of how Were given a batch or slain doe from behind the

_and devices, the senator:; said. He .es that they could supplement their' rye' .can withstand. low. tem-i white corn ground in a smal} fence at the reservation. Carl : COLONIAL FLORIST '

=timate:f the. total cost of "unnacessary incomes while working at home; perature' \ $,. Rye',_ plantings. out''' mill by our neighbor Luell Byrd was arrested later while ,
or 'da geroug medication" at probably through the sale of garments. The pro- hear Brooker got through with' Tanner. Alice sifted it and'f attempting to -etrieve the

:---.In excess of a billion!! dollars.! every'year. moter promises to purchase the gar- little damage, whereas about used the coarse part for grits deer Jackman said.
half of the oat plantings and the fine for meal. For. ; IS NEW
.' ments at a substantial profit. Many, wer UNDER OWNERSHIP AND WILL

:..:; In. addition to these are the wide- pay for the machines and lose their! wiped out.. I some way tastes reason better., corn It ground has more.that'Rotary Tg Sponsor f _
spread mail fraud crooks who do not victims execute chattel mortgages to I
hesitate to cheat a crippled shut-in, pay for the machines and lose their)' The berry crop is coming corn flavor and the grits have j ta Bandstand Show BE MANAGED BY DOT BAGWELL
along fine, according to one of sweet taste like nuts. j .
or a widow struggling for existence household possessions when the ex-,: :the planters. He said that if'I' S a I At t Bradford l High i il
f herself and family. pected income does'not materialize. i l
: I the weather moderates and Some old cows are poor < ,
: Some of the racist common of these The old "Spanish prisoner" swindle' the frosts let up. that there shape now, because of the, Tommy' Scott's TV Band- -j1G4

'include fak'e charities, mail order insurance still pops up about every 18 months, should be a big. crop at shipping lack of feed. Man said he stand State Show will be pre- 1c Starke's Oldest Floret
rackets. home, repair schemes, and has been practiced in this countryfor time. went up to"one put his arm. sented at the high school auditorium !

real estate promotions, vending and 300 years or more. In its latest version S around its neck and it was Saturday night at knitting machine swindles, work-at- air mail letters are sent out from' Plastic mulching has not 1 too weak tQ move away. j o'clock sponsored by: the Rotary ,

home schemes of Various types, and some city in Mexico or elsewhere in; eliminated weeding of berries, I I Club of Starke. : Flowers Wired For DeliveryWORLDWIDE
:cure-alls Saw a big flock of birds around Featured on the program ik;:
medical! including fake remedies Latin America (they used to originatein according to one grower. He

.,,,, for cancer, tuberculosis. and arth- Spain) to a select list of dentists. said 'We've quit hoeing witha I the Peachville section will be | Country Music Op- It7' J.
I between Starke and ry; Harry,. Head guitarist; ,
hoe, and fin- i Lawtey.They .
'itis. physicians, lawyers: or other professional -, now use our
Postmaster General J. Edward Day men, who might be expected to< gers." Meaning of course. that : formed a small cloud, and, Fuzzy Q. Jones. who western ha '. J
that wheeled and drifted and been featured in many
said recently; that- thousands of shar- have considerable reserve cash. ': weeds pop through around the J I 'movies' with Gene'4.utrey..
a. seemed to be blown about by
plant and hare to be pulled] I
"pies atnually! hundreds of millions The signer represents himself as;
pry > the wind. Couldn't see them Roy Rogers, and other stars, '
of dollars out of fcullible and ex-banker who has been out by hand. Actually a certain ,
a unsus- an unjustly)
". amount of that had to closely enough. but they ap. Advance tickets are on sale .
:pec'ting American public through jailed. He writes that before he was
peared to be black. from
be done anyhow so the big and may: be, obtained e. 4fj
worthless getwellquick'schemes.. arrested he hid away a trunk full of: S 5 S \
( .saving( in hoeing still exists any member of the Rotary
In' one Louisiana operation called valuables-$300,000 is the usual valua-! by using plastic mulching. I Sign of spring: narcissus in? |: Club. Specializing in 'v,' 't
the Scientific Life Service the tion.
X-ray j' S bloom in our front ard. The ] At Wednesday's club meet-

public! paid an estimated $25,000 for Help him bribe his way out of prison -.' Laughing when he said it.:: beautiful flowers are the more i ing movies of the Miami- .
Voodoo powders and oils. Postal inspectors the writer says, and he'll 'split the : a man reported: "I visited a'' welcome" this year, because now''! Florida fpotball game were FRESHER, LOVLIER

i had! trouble lining up witnesses be- contents of the trunk with you-just I berry patch this week and'' they are the only ones in ]i sh, wn l by. R. E. Ed1 1 nd on.

cause the victims' believed that the send the bribe money fast. It seems j there was only one bloom in'' bloom. I who had charge;! of the pro- FLOWERSFor

I promoters would "hex" them if they next to impossible that anyone would ;, the field, and a thousand gram.

f testified..' fall for this line, but the very fact:' hungry robins waiting. for it." Vicki Kirchaine; j 8 1 All Occasions ti

i The following. picked at random that the scheme still persists would. S S Services Held 15. F

i from the inspection servic 's files, indicate that it pays off well. Titus Olson was awarded a Supporting Jerry is his la- .

'j demonstrate the variety of cases that Postal officials have a special con- Certificate of Merit this week I I In Orlando est comedy will be co-stars .

1 -pop up from day to day: tempt for those. who practice the old at the Soil Conservation Supervisors -I .. Joan O'Brien Zachary Scott -
< :: Shut-in victims:' jthe. promoter had mail-after-death fraud. These operators meeting as the outstanding I Funeral services for Vickie I II I Jack Weston, Jesse White, and ,

a scheme he advertised as paying up to watch for obituaries and then quickly soil conservationistof I i I 1 Jo Kirchaine, eightyearolddaughter I Mae Questel. ,

l 21 $162 a week for addressing envelopes. send out C. 0. D. packages, addressed i i: '62. Bradford Mr. Olson County responded during by;I lee L. Kirchaine of: Mr. azud'Mrp.of Starke Yu-, ..j Lewis portrays a goofy TV
f Victims sent ie each (in to the deceased. Sorrowful survivors I little
::: $ some cases i telling: tbear\ story that was: were held at 2 pm. Thursday I I repairman* who through a -
HC $16)) and ,received several pages of instruction will often reason that it is some article : I in ; conniving achieves his
a whopper. the Carey Hand Chapel
> ::| without, value. This_ promoter the deceased ordered and is obligated i S in Orlando. She died earlier j j l.f fondest dream he becomes Phone

4eventually got three years in prison. to pay for, and shell out needed dollar: Tobacco growers now have I,, in the week in an Orlando. .; & jJijyate:: 'detective! Lewis JIOWERS?
= Mail order deal: One California for some worthless package. !' their seedbeds planted and so ,. hospital. 'I i style! of course. Donning a 966291' i

;.. promoter was convicted of inducing 53 The list of schemes could go on ad tar as we were able to learn,I.I I Besides lvr! parents, she i iI if 'I I Sleuth-Kit Jevry begins a'

;:;: victims to give hini $41,000 for cpp- infinitum, and even then the schemers! the old standbys, such as'I I survived W* "f&ur brothers.i ,-,<:Ivery I I auspicious. career in.

:. tracts to start: their own mail order would come up with something new) Hicks were planted in pref-i i i Richard, Timmey! Keath and which he has to find'a 'clientwhich -- :"
, :H businesses. The victims were< promised tomorrow. The only way for this typeof erence to the new Florida 22. Yulee Jr.; four; sisters Bar- : is actually Jerry hiIp AY' ; :.: RI::?
: self In spite of all the murder -
= fabulous profits if they would invest operation to be halted entirely is for, All growers are watching with i I bara, Connie.. Karen. and' I .
and mayhem,, Jery.m nI -
interest the attempt to ban I i I Jane, all of Starke. i, ,I
$550 to $1,200, but none of them made the intended victim to'be always on the I i to fall in love with a lus* :
HI enough to the on the material alert.and to refuse to have business use of MH-30; some say the!1 1don.t I I Burial was in the Green- ages .
pay postage. see how they can raise wood Cemetery, Orlando 'under -:, cious nurse, played 'by Joan 506 E.: Nona Street ... StarkeNo .
mailed with with whom hei
they dealings
anyone I : O'Brien, the former singing.
= Lonely Hearts A and is not Make this of I direction of the Cal'ey'Hand
: man a woman acquainted. one i, sensation turned dramatic
:: who operated a lonely hearts club your resolutions! for 196 and save) Mr. Forsyth 94 E. Shennehon Funeral Home.the Rev officiating / F-, actress. and 'c medieJ:1: e. i iI iI I
was -
corresponded with persons in 25 states those hard-earned dollars 'that some- minister. T I -

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and misrepresentations, including })1'0- get away from you.. | !
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I ;; The Rules Committee Road 'Block Thomas Franklin Forsyth Florida Is Given Bank By CHEVROLET Keeps. Going Great I V

94. died Saturday at the home ..
= Should Not Be Allowed To Return .t .
I of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Pamsh All time highs in deposits, wonder Chevrolet i is so popular with a choice like this: the luxurious Jet-smoott' .;.
of Brooker after a lingering loans, and holdings of UJ S. ,
.IL;. The first major issue to face the joined forces in a coalition which, by i, illness. Government securities were I : Chevrolet, lively low-priced Chevy II, sporty rear-engine.Corvair, and ..:

.: 88th Congress when it reconvened denying "rules," prevents key bills approved Mr. Forsyth :was born neai: reported by S. L. Peek Jr.:, I two new versions of America's only all-out sports car, Corvette. i' ..

\ = Wednesday was a revision of its own by committees from being con- Lake Butler in' 1868 and had president of the Florida Bank. 1 1I : 0 The make more peopledepeixfoa J

rules-the House to decide on the size sidered by the House.As lived all of his ,life around ,t Starke, at the 25th annual :. : '-' '.' .. :!
= and powers of its Rules Committee and the 88th Congress opened, Sen..: Hampton and Brdoker, where. I stockholders meeting on Ti es- -- -

..- the Senate to wage its biennial fight Howard Smith of VIrgInia. chairmanof : he was engaged in farming. day Jan. 8. .1 I I.e

= over how many votes should be re. the Rules Committee and an arch-, He was a member of the Union -. l' Total resources of the bank I I'I ,

:: qUil'cd' cut off a filibuster. conservative, sought for a return to Primitive Baptist Churcn are now in excess of five mil- I.
= Of the two battles at Heilbronn Springs. 'I lion dollars, the president; re-I| -
major that of the 12-man group, reverting to the old .. .
= the House is of more immediate significance coalition that could effectively block Surviving are two sons, J. B.,, ported. A statement of condition -; + -. .-
to domestic affairs in the every bit of legislation that did not! and W. O. Forsyth both oi as Of Dec. 31, 1962 'appears -' ..
elsewhere in this) issue:
three ,
[ Hampton daughters
nation. meet its self-conceived conservMivestandards r ; t
I Mr. Ollie Brooks, Green Cov? On Oct. 8 the bank began
-. Two years ago the House rulescommittee without giving the House as''
Onie Raulerson operations in a new modern
= was enlarged ,from 12 to 15 a whole the chance to vote on it. He Springs; Mrs. '
Brooker; and Mrs. Alma Pugh, building at the corner of Jefferson -
members to break a deadlock in which failed in his efforts. ,I Lawtey; and two brothers and Clark Streets.,
= two southern Democrats and four Republican President Kennedy has attached
"I Dan Forsyth, Lake Butler: "Public) acceptance of the new
members kept a major amountof great importance to the contest over' I,
,! and John Forsjth. Heilbronn l facilities has been most encouraging Impala Sport Sedl1n-
= legislation from reaching the House the size of the committee that .
: stating Springs. .. .. especially the, large one of IS Jettnooth
= floor. Thus: the majority party and "we can't function" if the group reverted Funeral services were held I I I number of depositors who arc !WJEI-SMOQJH CHEVROLET Chevrolet*
the Administration did not have effective to the old 12-man roadblock.The at. the Swift Creek Primitive using the bank's drive-in I,facilities -' -. .

I = control l of the flow of legis- President is right. It .is essen- Baptist Church with ''Elder I ," Mr. Peek said. "These I I ..........,........ ..............................................................-.........._.........................._...... 1" ._.............__....... .

lation to the floor of Congress. tial to the effective functioning of Randall Davis officiating.-- have been used by as' manyas : .. .: .:. :
i = The Rule? 'Comn1 ttec, known as Congress that the responsibility for the rangements were in charge of 90 cars in one business. .
the, }louse '"traffic cop" sets the dura- flow of legislation to the floor of .Congress Wilson & Brannon Funeral day." 1 I

:IE t most tion and all conditions controversial! of debate bills approvedZL on al- party be leadership.It in the .hands of the majority ;i Home. Lake utler.i re-elected The following for directors 1963: C were,! E.. 'q.--.........:.._.__ _......-t-.. .. '","," !; A' '/. i

c by the legislative committees. \Vithout is clearly undesirable that a minute -Mr. Leaman 66 Hernwall. S. L. Peek Jr,,, Er- . '.r. 1 .!
W. Sewell '
nest J. B. :
C Snead :
a "rule it i b almost impossible to entrenched .1. ; '
group, by seniority, and Harold C. Wall. :: :, :
maneuver a controversial measure should be able to keep the House of Services Held At the directors meeting, ., --.
= through the .435-rneinber House. All .- -.
Representatives frqm passing judgment following the stockholders : ..
', .- other routes' either" require high uri- on The merits of proposals of Paul Miller Leaman, 66, of meeting. the following offi-1: : Chevrolet( Impala Sport Covpe- Chevy II A'oro 400 Station. Wagonthans i

:ZZ annuity or expoe a bill to endless de- great public moment.As i Starke, died Thursday, Dec, 3, cers were re-elected for the : : beauty, fid,.atid comfort ou'U go for iConair tllnUJ? : the ca8ycaretaturt3 of tfre big Chevrolet i

laying tactics.rr one observer has expressed it: i in the Veterans Hospital: at new year; S. !.. Peek Jr., pres-1. ,I ..-........................................,. ...,.......,..............................................................................................-........ -

Largely because of seniority, the "Wouldn't it be better to make it easier'! Murfreesboro, Tenn. .after an ident; Ernest J, Snead, vice'': -: -: !
Rules ppmmittee is much more con- for the house to decide what 'jt wantsto j extended illness. president; C. E.Hernwall. vice'' ; -,-..,;. : "-.2 '- :

=: sen'ntiV'thajf the House as a whole. vote on, than to make it easier for,j Mr. Leaman was born in president and cashier; Billy G. t i

= A few ultra-conservative Democrats the Rules Committee to decide what;,i Carlisle Pa. on Sept. 15, 1896, Epps, assistant cashier;' and : ... "- .'-.7--..'. ........_._.,.. ..- ... I.... ...t-- ..- I

.-... and., their. Republican cohorts have the House wants to vote i on?" i and was a retired government J cashier., E. Tomlinson' assistant): :, ,",';'. :.. ..).....; '".:-' '.: ............;..... : _.,.,N. "Yo., :
employee. He-was a veteran of .. I
:: .'1'HE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH World War I and a memberof The bank's staff now con? j ; I i
ESTABLISHED 1879 the Episcopal Church. sistsat 15 fulMime officers I ; .
and employees. j :
E Surviving are his wife Mrs. : '
eldest ** -* "- .
ThfjII&.g veddyNewipaper Kathryn Leaman. of Starke, ,
= : 'II- UW f Published One.. and one sister Miss Ruth I111D.n. Jerry Lewis ltvzn Club Coupe Corvette Sting Bay Sport Ckajw :
::: rt II lb E S S tfnuooal1 nTh Saaw Pa. l .; wit: snazzy bucket xpat interior tk4i'c'* olio a neve Sting Ray Convertible- !
.Q.. ;.. Funeral Philadelphia services were heldat ToStarAtFla.l .--"-..-. ...................-.........-.......................................,......,.'.."" "lJ" ......................................................__. ,_.t'....." .".

:.: AIS T. O 2 pjn. Saturday in Jones This Weekend .1 :;
I I.t4pp
't. E. L. MATTHEWSEditor Memorial Chapel with Rev.R. ,. I .. i See four entirely different kinds of cars at your Chevrolet dealer's Showroom
:: : i E. MacBlaine: officiating Lewis has every con t -. .
..... and Owner
Burial was in Crosby Lake ttlftWe pportanity to, un-1 i
d' SUBSCRIPTION RATES Cemetery under direction 'of ks. hit Imizi pg comic ialesto !
:: IN TAO AREA Outtiot.TJIAO AREA DeWitt C. Jones Funeral to feis bUst Paramount : GATEWAY CHEVROLET INC.
.4. r ONf YCAf t 00 ONE YEAR *." j I
Home. Masonic rites Wat "It's Only Money
... were con .
IX UONfMI .rg $JX MONTH a.oo. ,
= _..... Tir.! MONJgf l.OO THREE MONTH! 1.ZS. ducted at the graveside by ;supporting: Jerry isi: Wsl t--1 1. .
Bradford Lodge No.: 35, F. & this Sunday, Monday an4 J'd td K&t ird M Seftd CUM Hit**? = U..S. 301 XO.RTH) STABKE, FLA. 1>HON&' 96.3900r
iW' A.M." Tuesday. January 13. 'U--and
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points for the Pirates Ronnie' \ ( Cawthon of Holt. Fla. They j'.!I by children following on bicy-1 School. .... News Bethlehem Free Will Baptist I|>I and Mrs. Raiford ttJ.English :'i;filed s-vst 21 against, 194! a you nullity and, bait you been are'reuiren (

I left Thursday morning and : des in the path 'of fire trucks.; The Band Parents Club wil*. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. i|i Mrs. Annett Phillips. Lercy !' to serve a copy of you.anawv. .
9 and Steve Thomas 6.
69111Anniversary Sapp i, &$J1o.vj I returned that meet 'at ? i, vr pleading tt the Plaint' I
Baby Torr.adoes ; Sunday. j Bsford has requested !) l.30 p. m. Monday Teachers present: were Class: |.; Long and'JSgt. and Mrs. Sam- tiff's Complaint on Plaintiff*'_
Starke's Baby Tornadoesweren't : Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Taylorof i the youngsters stop the practice -' night, Jan. 14, at RJE. All' No.1. Deacon J.Y.. Prince; ;,: netVheelei.. Attorneys. (}riler & "Frank 4ff-
the State Farm went fishIng because of the danger monilers! and friends are invited teacher for Class No. 2 Lincoln Kuad. Miami St>al'h S9uFlorldu.
was J
suite up to par this:}, Thursday! Jan. 17, Is: once | in-j\ Sgt. Wheeler recently re- and file the original
week as they dropped their!': again the meeting time for in Dead Lakes last week. volvfid. He said Starke's volunteer -, to attend. Miss Velma Peek; Class No. 4 ; turned from a tour in Green-/ Answer or pleading- 'In the office -

second same of the season :!I the Ladles Golf Association. )Ii They reported: good catch of I firemen have to report) PTA will be held the first was taught by Master Sylvester -!' land and is now stationed in Court of on thy or Clerk before of the the flat Circuit'daY\

last Friday to Fernandina 40- i j I i It will be a covered dish luncheon Speckled perch. to the firs station when they! Wednesday in each month' Covington; and Class No. i New Orleans. He has been! of January, 1963. otherwise paid

32. They now possess a 4-2i j beginning at 12 noon. Mr. and Mrs. Don Newmansof hear the whistle to learn the i with the next meeting sched-I S was taught by Mrs Gladys { serving with the U.s. Army Complaint will be taken .a Bfessed o ...

Due to the incompletion of I' Starke spent! Saturday location of the fire and then) uled for Feb. 6 at 7 p.m. Par- Blue. The 11 a.m. devotion' for the past 17 ) by you.
won-lost record having also years. DATED at Starke Forida,
j jI i
been beaten by the Keystone i iI i i the new club house the meeting night With her parents. Mr. .follow in the path of the fire) ents and friends are asked to was led by Rev. Louis McKay. Death Notice j 1 thia 17 day or December. 1H2.

I I Heights varsity. David Dyat .i will once again be held in I and Mrs. Earl Dobta of Rai .I truck 'at faster than usual visit the PTA in the interest :: assisted by Rev. Jeffre Lee. | Funeral services will be held: i CHARLES Clerk of the A.Circuit DAnnY Court
ford. j speeds. Children on bicycles j, of the childr n.- Rev. Levy Everyone to have
was high man against the the lounge. i! I was happy i Sunday at Macclenny for the j By Marian L. Croeby.
We congratulate Fred Can in the path of the truck are> Lennon president. the visitors from Daytona i f'putyQltrk
Members of the association i granddaughter of Rev. J. P.I
Pirates with 10 points Donald i
I I non of the State Farm on in danger of getting into the) ObituaryThe Beach present 1 test Sunday. At I (SEAL)
golf Franklin. The '
Falcon had 9, and Jeff who do not wish to play child was se-j/ 12-20 41 10
J to killing ,a 7-pomt buck the last.i way of the firemen going to!; obituary of the late I 4:30 the YPCIi met with Mack I
: Warren 6 for Starke. that day are urged plan a ;, riously burned at her home in
ALL WINTER Coach Dub Lowrimore'z foursome for bridge or can- day of hunting season. j the scene, Buford said. j| Johnny Parker Sullivan and ;; Lee in charge. The lesson was Macclenny. ,

I : ; charges came back Tuesday I I asta. You may ask other club' I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Craw-i For some reason, the chief':[ Terry Lynn Sullivan who de- > taught by Deacon Prince anda ''I .
ley of Kingsley Lake and W. said this week, more their Dec. 26 I "
Dress Jackets to win their fourth game of I members to make up your ', many parted lives on : program was rendered b71 CALL FOR IDS i II|
the 44-39 Santa 1 foursome. ![ M. Sealey have bought the children than usual have been! 1962: j Mrs. Rosa Green. Monday The Board of County Commissioners J I
season over Altman Store in Rai.following the truck to fires. of Bradford County,1',|'
Grocery ii
meetings' : night. Choir No. 1 rehearsal
Fe. Falson led the way with At the last few Johnny Parker Sullivan was Florida City of starKe. city of.Lawtey
: ford. We welcome them and The chief also noted the} Tuesday night, junior Club City of ''i
Hampton and
% enougt
25 OFF 18 big points while Dyal and ,, there has been only 1 1I born May 12 at Grandin Fla., I '
wish them lot. of danger involved when automo-f City of Brooker. will receive Ii
a I meeting. Wednesday night,
Warren had 7 each and Gene j| members of the Association,Ii and Terry Lynn was born at sealed l bid. at 10:00: A.}(.. on1)II)
Pass 5. i present to have a meeting.1I $ Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Griffisof I'biles rush to fires right behind, Hampton. They attendedMacedonia General Prayer Meeting. i the morning of January 15. 196S |II i
I Raiford visited Mr. andMrs. the fire truck. in the Courtroom, in the Courthouse
The Tornado A and B]I This only requires 10. so you Baptist Church aC | Thursday night Ladies Circle. J: for the following deserlb-,
Sport Coats I teams will both travel to I see we have 25 members who I I ., Calvin Griffis Jr., o! I I Hampton. Johnny was a stu- Friday Night, Prayer Band.- ed pieces of equipment .
Starke, Sunday. I BAYLESS HIGHWAY Rev. Louis McKay: pastor. I-Air Raid Siren. Dual purpose I CharleyJohns]
Callahan this Friday for action I are needed. Please try to beat ; dent at RJE High School in : Federal Siren Mode) ,
SPECIAL (a'l tf| there.Noegel. the meeting each! member J, H. Wilkinson of Starke CHURCH SCHEDUlE Starke. Mrs. Rosa Green reporter. 1 3T22, 10 lIP, 3 signal, 220- E.
99 I spent Sunday with his parents : I 440 volts. 5'60 cycle. .3 '!
jy is needed. Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. .
GROUP Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Wil- Sunday School 10 a. m Leaving to mourn them are phase.
MEN'S Carps See you there. I Morning Worship, 11 a. m.l t their mother Lizzie Sullivan; | Trustee Day will be observed Remote Control units for !
I -carolyn E. Eaves kinson. mJ I father, Robert Sullivan; sis- i use with Model 3T22 dual i
Mr. and :Mrs. L. B. Wade Training Union. 6 p. j Sunday with the Junior purpose siren RC6-3. i
BEST GROUP Still Tied In I Evening Service. 7 p.m. Prayer j tern Mrs. Lucille Walker, :, Operating Switch, Air I '**
had guests their Church serving. Sunday '
as Sunday
I I Raid timer for Model 3Tt3 about this question:
Triest Loses Sullivan brothers
Sundown League j son-in-law and daughter Mr ;i meeting Wednesday 7 p i i Joyce Ann ; School 9:45: aon. with Fan- !' dual purpose siren. AII I
: I Larry Gene Sullivan, and'! 220 volts. -
25% OFF But Keeps Lead :, and Mrs. Walter Withey of'I I ne Bell Frazier in charg I i
S. S. Noegel and Carp's arc I High Springs. i I i I BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Fredrick Walker. Also their ,I Morning :service 11 a.m., with I\ 3-Driven Sirens, E.ectrie n:o ondirectional Motor-i i"Wrap all my retail store'

still tied for first place in the In Mixed BowlingGateway I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crawford 1, Sunday School 10 I'I grandmother and grandfather ;i the Junior Church serving. !j two-tone Size n, 100 I insurance policies into one
3undown Mixed Bowling Lea- a. m.j Mr. and Mrs. John Jones and db. :3 liP. 220V AC and 'package RETAIL STORE'POLICY
the will
of visited her Speaker for morning !
Lawtey '
I Morning Worship 11 !>( Federal Sign and
a. m.
ALL Chevrolet took *
,: :ue. i j parents. Mr.; and Mrs. A. M. 7:30: p.m. R. other relatives and friends. t be Mrs. Julia Albert. At 6 p. : nat Corp. Model No. :Sig'l ? this I like!

: 'lENT'S. Register Oil Co. took 4 : three games Triest from Construction the unbeatable -j]j t Jones and family. of Ballard I I 1, Eveningyorehp KCY. 7:00:T.yn p.m.:' Funeral arrangements were m. a Missionary service will' 3-use Uemotp with Control above Model units No Would this include public

points from Long Bridge with [Thursday.. i i! hams pastor. in charge of Hughes & Chest-1 be held with the pastor. Rev. 'i 2 Sirens. RO: 2 I liability, extra expense{ ,
Co. in Mixed League: bowling | ,
: SUITS'OFF Bill Nelson having high se- I: Mr. and Mrs. Dave Shadd !I nut, Gainesville. May they | L. A. Sampson in charge. All 3-Federal Model AR" AirKaH ,I valuable papers. sign and
!i last week. Neoma Nelson had j } Timers for use with '
ties of 513 and James Nor- i 1 high three-game scries for !i of Hawthorne ,were visiting!I'I BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH i rest in peace. members and friends are ask- ;; above Mitftvi 2 Sirens. !glass coverage at a 15rc! (;

man a series of 483. Henry Mrs. Shadd's mother, Mrs.j Sunday ,School 10 a. m.; j Card of Thanks ed to attend all services. The Board and the above I saving in premium over
Gateway.:; ; named Cities the right
% Cio.ss: had a high scries of 547 WeUs Electric took threegames Mrs. Lizzie Shadd and MTS.I 1! Morning Worship 11 a. m. We wish to acknowledge our; Service Man Entertained I to reject any and r sjve all bids. i I..the separate policies

for Long Bridge. Shadd's brother and sisterinlaw j I thanks and CHARL.KS: A. PAURV,
20 from the Go-Getters, | ,Evening.. Worship 7:30 p. m.: appreciation to An entertainment was given I Clerk I *
f M & H Motors was still with Julia Wells] having high Mr. and Mrs. Calvin'I,i Prayer meeting Wednesday 1| the many friends and citizens I' recently for Staff Sgt. Jacob fOFFICIAL. SEAL) Charley E. Johns

iI climbing uith 4 points from '!! series for Wells. Griffis, of Raiford Sunday. 7:30 pm.-: Rev. R. T. Wilt !F of Bradford and Alachua'! C. Washington by Mr. and I 1-3 21 1-10 I,

it Simpson Taxi. Clarence Hutchfe and I Counties for your kind expres- ; Mrs. Jerry Clark. Sgt. Washington Agency
DV Auto Supply
i >on was high for M & R I Ii ,I: I MAYOR'S COURT Have you an old refrigerator:;i slons of sjmpathy in this hour is a nephew of Mrs | IX THE! ClItc'tlT COURT OK
tied ,
fan tools which '
i and Lloyd Mahoney was. high the, night- both taking two | or you no long- of loss and sorrow. May God' Clark. He has served in England -: 1 X'iD FOR PHONE 964-0121

t k CASH ,I for Simpson Taxi. j | Monday nights for the past I jer' use. Convert them Into cash i ever bless and keep you. Newfoundland, and Bermuda BRADFORD roVNTV. PEA

i Ii i Pyrofax Gas took three i i games.' Ward had a high three weeks in Mayor'8 Court\now. Phone_ 9 .3101 and ask) (Signed] the Walker and Sullivan lIe recently returned IV CHANCERY 131 S. Walnut St.
Joyce ( Gordon
I ONLY :I points from Forsyth PlumbIng '! three-game series of 571 forD | have all been light sessions for for classified.: families, Hampt.n, Fla. from a two ears tour in Ger- eorge Plaintiff
to come up to fourth place Starke Mayor Randal Chitty 1- .-
I & W. Joyce also had a higa j I BB H 3 HBGfi-BBB9HM99 BMM- --=--- -- .-- ." J ,-_ -- -
I in the league. Frank Jarvi.; who heard only 29 cases. "fi. JJ'r
I of 233, which by the
MEN"S ALL WOOLSWEATERS I had a 495 series for Pyrofax, game Disorderly conduct cases
way leads the Ladies Twi
and Joan Forsyth was high i headed the list- with :seven offenses -
f ; for Forsyth Plumbing.D i light League. and Starke's I
i four persons each Only
Team Standings
c 4 NICE SELECTION & W Auto Supply and |were cited' for reckless driving
t j i Won Lost: Chevrolet Inca I
1-3 OFF 'Carp's Dept. Store had two i t and failure to have a vehicle Gateway. Franchisedi i
1 Triest Const. . 13 3
i games each with Joyce | under control and causing an 11
f Wells Electric. 10 6D&W
.: Special GroupFlorsheim Ward's 522 being high series __..._______ 6 10 II accident! Five 'persona w: refined Chevrolet
i for D & W. H. Loveil had a for public intoxication

': Shoes : 479 series for Carp's.Buff's Gateway Chevrolet 10 6 i and two for unlawful speed. -
I Go Getters . 6 10 i! Dealer
I Garage and S. S. Offenses with single cases I OPEN SUNDAYAFTER MORNING CHURCH SERVICES
1 $12.99 Murrhee-Ins. . 3 13Men's. .
: Noegel had two games each i i were driving without a license, ". BEFORE EVENING SERVICES 1 TO 5 P. M.' .

i with Vernon Buff high for i j indecent exposure, improper 5

\ Re?. Group Florsheims ; Buff's Garage, and Rudolph League i' brakes, leaving scene! of an accident -

Values to $25.95 To GoAt i Hutcheson high for Noegel. Play Set TonightThe : attempt to ,draw a

f ; Standings i j knife on a police officer, and

Only $16.99 Won LostS. ;, Starke Men's Basket- |fighting; ,

J I S. Noegel. 20 12 ball League will play tonight I :
All Crosby SquareSHOES Ltady Laundry and Dry
: Carp's 20 12 i (Thursday) at 7:15 with Ter-I
I D&W 19 13 1 I rells Gulf meeting Coca-Cola Cleaning Ball Point Pens 59c
Pyrofax 19 13 ': at 8:30.: The Jaycees will take :
Values<< To $14.95 Register Oil 18 14
I |, on the Lawtey team that was
Now Only $8.99Cash :I Buffs' Garage. .17 15 1 last year's champion.The THE: 'FI.oniDA OF COMITIO.\BANK OF AT _

M&R 15 17 four-team league will STttnKE OP NTA11KK"' IVTHK _
Only : 13 19 STATE OF FLORiDA
Forsyth have a schedule of 15 games AT 'I'."': CLOSE! OF __
Simpson Taxi . 11 21 1 and will play every Monday IH'
All Short Long Sleeve Sleeve and i, Long Bridge . 8 24 ;1 and Thursday night at the ; 31, Ilki;:. .b.... _, SI..SIIL; :

'Bradford Jfigh School gym. Cash balances with otherb t- ..

SPORT SHIRTS I I:Falcons Retain Jimmy Rowe and Dewajne : balances&nke ,including and : reserve cash:: -

Including Knits ;. Top Spot In !i' the Elder league.will be the officials for i:, United Of items collection States;in process Government:233.262.39! :! REMEMBER "You Can Trade Your Way At GATEWAY CHEVROLET"

25% OFFWe Blanding Bowling i, obligation guaranteed! direct 1.849,568.53 and
I 1-- "-- --- ,
ObhgatlvuB of States and
The Falcons remained In :. political! subdivision! 840.C84
: Loans and discounts (including 1956 Mercury Custom COMPLETE LINE OF 1957 Chevrolet Station
are discontinuingBoys I first place in the Blandins ; RAIFORD :, $452.99 overdrafts -

Wear from 4 to 12 : Bowling League after Iplitting ) 1816395.83 t
I :; 4 points with Polaris last .. I Dank premises ownedJ237.588.75 Standard Transmission, White Tires, NEU1 1963 CHEVROLETS Completely Rebuilt Motor Just Installed -
we are selling all Boy'sShirts : ; -- ---- furniture and '
and Pants in sizes Thursday night at Stark'I fixtures JC5.245.90 302,954.65 I Radio and Heater, Beautiful Black in Our Shop. This Is An Exceptionally ,]

Lanes. Rev. Leundy of Salt Springs I Real Estate'bank qwned other with White Top.1959Chevrolet. ALL BODY STYLES READY FORIMMEDIATE Clean Car. -
4t to 12 than premises 4,866.67Asuota
delivered wonderful
a sermon.I '
Warren Ebling was high Other _.31.ill.3Q DELIVERY
t': Mr. and Mrs. Howard Redi .
FOR2 PRICE for the Falcons with a 237 TcITALAE'rS! : t.

I game, while for Clifton Griffinwas 'i i out ding of and town children visitors.were the LtebUHlr; _,S,67J9.043.50 Biscayne Ibop'jijuiiiiKii' Minx 1958 Impala Sport Cpe.

MEN'S high Polaris with a Demand deposit of Individuals ,
; Rev. Alien pricf and family I partnerships,
WORK & HUNT BOOTS 184.The Sidewinders remain in were New Years dinner guests and corporations 1,623,769.78Time 4-Door, Needs A Little Work, ButCan' ,poor Sedan,, ,A Clean Car. Excel- An Exceptionally! Beautiful Car
SLIP-ONS TOO L of Mr. and Mrs. Elwodd 1 deposits of indivi- Be Bought At A Very Reasonable lent Gas Mileage. ,-
second place after losing three, ulU paj-tr.triUipa, and With Auto.t Trans., Radio and Heal-t
Come In And Save Tompkins. > corporations 1,794,100.49 Price. .
points to the Vikings. High i Deposits, of United State er. Two-Tone Turquoise and Whitf
game for the Sidewinders was| >! Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Den- Government (Including 1 95 fi'ford
20% OFFAll : nison and Mr. and Mrs. -Don postal actings) 100.0:0.98Deposits' .
a 176 by Charles Sch&eer.
t>f Statesand .
: High man for the Vikings was : Alvarez and daughter sPent political 1960 Corvair 2Dr. Cpe. Standard Transmission, Radio,
1'I New Years 'subdivisions 727,114.92
day in Ocala as : Heat1956 Cadillac S Spt.
Men's Cotton Neal Joyner with a 171. Certified and OfficersChfieks / er and White Tires. I t Cpe. 1
guest of Mr. and ,
Mrs. A. J.
The Titans took three ,. tie. 93,518.U! : Radio, Heater and Standard Trans
'Vash'n"VearPANTS points from the Nike team,I,, Taylor.Mrs. Aurrie Kelley of Heil- 1 i TOTAL(.A) Total DEPOSITS.Ixmaud 4338594.31 mission. 1959 1 Chev. Parkwood Factory Air Conditioned! Radio j tl,

with John Stephens high for i Deposits 2315638.43 Heater, Power Steering, Power C|
1 brorm was th e Friday night (It) total Tune And 1
I VALUES TO $5.99 the Titans with a 176 game..JCWST t! of 1IT$. Bessie 8app. ..TSCS! deposits :C2,955.88 STATION WAGON Radio Heater Brakes, Power Windows. A Real !j[
Ray Griffis was high for the : Other liabilities _80,029.98 1960 1 Ch
/4 ton t pickupThis Nice Car. fj
t: NOW $3.99 Nikes with a 153. Mrs. Luc Dowling celebnat-) i ev, and Automatic Transmission. .

| ed her 90th ,birthday Sunday, TOTALLIABILftIS
CASH ONLY StandingsWoo Lost t t tj! Dec. 30 at the home of? her:' I I Truck is Freshly Painted with 5 1958 Chevrolet I
: ltBl Aceounla Good Tires-Looks and Runs Like t
daughter Mrs.. Joe Cason ofRaiford. aNew
;, Capital 300,000.00Surplue 1957 Oldsmobile 88
(f All items in our store : Falcons 17 7 I, :, 325,000.10,. One. See It Today!. ,

t. not listed above will be idewindcrs . 14 10 Mrs. Deanna Knlsht ,was Undivided profit* 27,260.11 A Low Priced Transportation Piece .. r

reduced 10 So for CASH I:Titans 13 11 1 honored with a surprise stork :' Reserves account (tot and preferred retirement In Good Mechanical Condition. 4-Door Sedan, Dual Power, Radio t\\
:.Polaris 12 12 ,j shower Thursday nighL She ;, capital)' : __ 3.158! 1956 Ch ev. 4-D r. S Sedan and Heater Two-Tone Blue and JWhite.

Men's Dress Pants :Nike 8 16 t received many beautiful and j t TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 1962 Rambler If i
660.419.24J *
useful gUts. ,
: Vikings 8 16 Delightful refreshments This Car Has Had Very Good Care.Don't (,
11.95 values now $9.99 I : were served. L1AhIUTIESI
J TOTAL Radio Heater Two-Tone Paint.
Miss This Buy. \,
10.95 taluw. now 8.99' i Bantam Cage ;, ler Mr.visited and Mr.Mrs.and Monroe Mrs. J.Kitt-M.1 AND COUNTS C.oPIT.LC.' 5,079,043.50. I White Tires. This Car Is Like New. .1961 Falcon 4-Dr. Sedan d t

9.95 values '
values now $7.99 ;Practice To Begin! I Connor of Raiford and Mrs t I I Tho' Hits!le .bank's or: capItal_ con- White Tires Standard Transmission ,
8.95 now $6.99 ** fAll 1 lila Carlton in Bradford 'Sun Cotnznon stock with totalS 1955 1 Buick Special 1958 I Custom t 300 .

7.95 values now $5.9 boys 9 to 12 sears of ;i day.Joseph I par value of ;OOOOMti Heater, Pretty Blue. A Nice Clean :

J ; age who are' Interested in :;- Thornton requests i S 'He..n'" I 4-Door. Good Transportation At a 4-Door, Automatic, V.8 Engine, Radio Car.
Bring in your Cash and playing Bantam Basketball that his nendi wrlteTTiIrn:at Assets pledged or assigned Very Low Price. Heater.
: to. u curliabilitiesand ;
Save at Alvarez! ; } I should report ,to the Armory*'this address: Jos.epl'Thornton for caber purposes -

69th ,Anniversary Sale I It on January 21 at 3:30: p.m.i RA 11780259.'.Qmpan B. tat : :.1,202,759.97I 1957 DeSoto 4DoorHard

for the first practice. { Bi., 11 Infantry, :5 Division 7.. C. B. HrrzmU, Vice Pres.ar.o r_
jO% Off everything nol Plans [mech.l. Carson." Colorado. ull.el' ..f tijo above-named
t : are now being drawn}I i I| bank do solemenly swear thatthis Top. Radio, Heater, Power
1 mentioned Come inI nip for a tour or- five teainj i ii ',, Mr., and Mrs. Russell cOnnor report' of condition ra-true Brakes, Power Steering, ,Automatic
I and SAVE i Hague with the teams playIng' and family 'of Jacksonville -I' and correct; to the beet. of jnyknowdge Transmission.
Audi teller ,
S : twice week.. j f' spent the- weekend_ with Corrt'"t."t esi.C. R. Hernwall

Large Selection of Men's Regular scheduled_ games Mr. and Mrs. Jim Connor.; ERNEST. S.aDv. I tl .
\ b. KETvrniJ i
Gift Items. 2S% OFF ,I: will start on January 28. G. B spent. "Reddish several fit days Jacksonville this- .' L. PEEK. Directors JR. ANY DOUBT ABOUT YOUR BRAKES? 1961 Sprite Convertable

i -. week with his fat1ier...Rail ord St.\ of Florida. ,;j r'IF SO BETTER DRIVE IN TODAY FOR A CHECK-UP
Come in and Save Count Sworn, of taJul J ndf ubsenbed rd.. ts: b.. 5- With Detachable Hard Top. A Real l
$ $ $ !THE BIGHT POINT f. '4h.1 -Mrs.i Ada Kelley'p ad is her fore m.* thl, Sth day of :Jan.I .. ? j Don't take chances on your brakes. Your life may depend Cote One For_The $ports Car En. '
writ and I >63 and I hereby that
Com la certify
; way: jon .
thusiast. Blue II!
New Years guests Mr. and Mrs. ,, I am not an officer or director on their prompt, positive performance. Let us giye them a Body, White Top. Like :
select favorite ESTER- !
Alvarez Store |: BROOK your Fountain Pen. TELE- Jay Moody of Jacksonville. of l!tola, OommUslon bank. expires Feb. thorough inspection, adjust or re-line them as necessary.. New Condition. j j.t.

GEATIL :Mrs.! %Mart ell Dobba lAnd 1; It, 1SS4. _
.f children (SEAL) Helen E. GlUIQW, \
of Chester, Pa. >are .r fotkry Pubtlcr



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Council Holds National Guard I School Thefts Oldest ResidentTo from 9 a. m. until 3 p., m. on

\ I Be Honored At Jan. 21.Persons. i,

Are SolvedAt having antiques to !

I r I Private SessionContinued Set For Merger BrookerTwo High School PTA display in the show are. asked i,

r I I It Bradford County's oldest to contact Mrs. Billy .Dowling. -, ;
r. -, citizen will be honored on the i
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movie projectors stolen -
f I opening day of the High

two way McMillan said, in an effort to come up witha from the Brooker Junior School PTA's Antique Show FIRST CHRISTIAN :

I would speed local uptown new, troop basis for the | High School sometime during and Sale to be held Jan. 18- CHURCH ;

Ii r traffic which would not have National Guard which wouldbe i the Christmas holidays have 21 in the new Bradford Coun ,I

to enter the busy main high- suitable for the performance been recovered, the Bradford ty fair buildings. 537 W. Call St, Storke ;j

i I F of both its State and County Sheriff's office reported Elderly citizens of the coun- Bob I,. Badett, KSfibter k\
i !
way.Listened to a suggestion Federal missions. this! week. ty are asked to register with Sunday School 9:4: $ .. m. !
James Daniel Rickett 42, of Mrs. H. A. Bishop Jr. at the I
"Under the troop basis
new 10:45
from County Civil Defense Church Worship. a. m.,
the Florida National High Springs has confessedto Starke Telephone Co. so that t
Director Mrs. C. L. Scholl to Army Choir
Chi Rho, 5:30: p. m.
thefts and has
Guard will be completely reorganized I both the the oldest resident be
make the enlargement of city
been charged on two counts practice. 6:30: p-m. CYF T p. t 1"1'
hall for space for the expanded although some I t picked for this honor. t
of grand larreny. Rickett is m. Prayer Meeting. 7:30 P.
size units will
Utility Department a joint effort company remain I
1 I 1
The show will be held from
now being held in the Alachua !
1 along with building an unchanged so far as ,, II m. Wednesday. I E
,4r'w County jail en a petty larceny 2 to 8 p. m., Jan. 18-20 and
lz emergency CD shelter from their organization and equip- .!,-. L \
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ment are concerned. We will I charge stemming from I U
i which to run operations dur- I
wpr ing an atomic attack. Mrs. give up all elements of tiv* New Year's Shine Raid Nets the theft of a tape recorder \ \
11 : stolen from the High Springs 'I i!
Scholl said if that is done: 48th Armored Division which I i: i
a school. Is has served three NOTICE !
half the cost of the addition will go entirely to the Stateof '
Second Largest Bradford Still terms in the State Prison at
could be derived through Georgia; all elements of j! I II : "
Raiford and one term in the
the 51st
civil defense matching funds Infantry Division I I Ir I "
A "happy new year.'forsome the owners had not even made state mental hospital. ':
i 11'' 1 from the federal government which is being eliminated as I \'
t Scheduled a meeting next a combat division from the unidentified 'shiners,I r the first run yet. One of the projectors wa.s'

I Bloodworth To Display Rifles 1 Tuesday night January 15, National Guard troop basis and possibly some of their: cus-1: In addition to the huge ville found dealer at the, through shop of which a Jackson-Rick- OUR
.. and certain nondivisionalunits. tomers, was spoiled, a I_tank shown above with Dep-
At Bradford High PTA Antique ShowSix I with a representative from triple-threat raiding' force uty A. E. Brown on top, confiscated I ett was traced. He had hocked : ORANGES
the citv's engineering firm the machine in Jackson-
"The basic concept of this composed of federal; state, equipment included a

; military rifles from the 1903 A-3 rifle that was mass I Reynolds, Smith, and Hills of new organization gives us a and county officers captureda 1933 Ford truck, five gas cylinders ville for $10 and sold the '

I collection of James Blood- produced for World War II. It Jacksonville. very fine operation for the huge moonshine still northof 39 five-gallon cans, other in Lake City for $5. i;i GRAPEFRUIT ;

worth will be displayed at thr used by service troops I of i I
: was Granted Colon Thomas a performance of all possible Lawtey. 200 feet plastic hose, anda
.Bradford High PTA Antique and, with a telescopic sight,i State missions and for more The 2,000 gallon capacitystill water pump that had been ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL I'
90 day trial to
Show Jan. 18 through Jan. 21. used in Korea. permit oper- effective administration and stolen by the still's operators.No CHURCH TANGERINES .
was described as the sec I
Mr. Bloodworth has chosen An example of the present:1 ate a taxi service.Hearing supervision of training to pre- one was apprehended at Rev. Wm. W. Worstall I I

\the rifles to illustrate those day weapon is the M-l rifle pare our units for performance ond largest even captured in the still site which was about Vicar Are Coming From Indian River

sin use by the U.S. Armed For- which is still in use. The M-ll I Held of Federal missions incase Bradford*County. It had just I I one mile south of Highland, Daily offices 8:30 a.m. to

ces from the Indian Wars up on display was picked up on I of mobilization for all- been placed in operation and Ion the west side of U.S. 301. 5 p.m. Holy Eucharist Wednesdays i

i to the present. Oldest of the the battlefield and was allowed out, hot, brush fire, or cold 10 ajn. Holy Euchar1st -; AonheFR; ZE I
I i rifles is an 1873 Springfield, to fall into disrepair. Whenit
In Death war purposes. tion, Gen. McMillan said, the operation, and training, and on 1st and 3rd Sundays i
sometimes called "trapdoor"Ispnngfield. came into 4ir. Bloodworth'spossession Boy's
i a "We will be self-contained Florida Guard has been allot will make us much more flexi- each month. Morning Prayer'
he it into its
I It was used in the put i
within the State rather than
ted a Special Forces Unit 2nd and 4th Sundays. Litany TWO SHIPMENTS PER WEEKWE
I West by Indian fighters and good condition. ble ,and responsive to our -
present I :Continued rrom Page One sharing units with Georgiaand which will be distributed Service on any 5th Sunday. !
i .by volunteers in the Spanish-' Guns have been Mr. Blood- South Carolina as has State and Federal missions SHIP FRUIT
throughout the state, with Sunday Evening Prayer 7 p.
k American War. A perculiarity worth's hobby since he was a pleaded innocent to the been the case in the past headquarters in Jacksonville. than we have been in the i 1m.

j ,of the rifle Mr. Bloodworthsaid small boy and he recalled that charges of leaving the scene. "We will to summer field '
go Starke is one of 12 clties'thatwill past.
r ,' was that it emitted a' he was given his first, a B-3 Unless Judge Yawn dismissesthe : training at one time and at !
have a detachment of DOWLING PRODUCE
dense cloud of smoke which rifle at the tender age of four.It charges against him I one place, which will greatly this unit. BEI1J RONN I
in and
t the Spaniards used to advant- was promptly confiscatedby Greeson will answer to a jury improve our administration BAPTIST CHURCH way you write. Ceme

*age in locating our forces. his parents and kept until in the next term of circuit I training and tactical control -I Gen. McMillan concluded: select your favorite ESTER-! Across Street From Food Fair
I he older. court which convenes in "The new units will give the Sunday School, 10 a. m. BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE
The 1898 Krag-Jorgersonj was as well as logistical sup-
Bradford Florida Army National Guarda Morning Worship, 11 a. m. GRAPH. '
County January 21.Parole .
rifle was used in the Spanish- Old guns, even though most port. For the first time since : .
proper mix of combat type Training Union, 7 p. m
.American War, the Philippine of them may be of small World War n, the Florida -
and support elements to makeus Evening Worship 8 p. m.
Insurrection and the Boxer monetary value deserve good Supervisor for Brad- Army National Guard will in
I self sufficient from the Prayer Meeting Wednesdays,
Rebellion. The Marines used care, Mr. Bloodworth believes, ford. Baker and part of Clad effect be one team." I '
I standpoint of administration, ;:30 p. m. Rev. Joe Roop.
it in World War I as a training but seldom are well cared for counties. Under the new reorganiza- 1

weapon. -I. unless in the possession of i I rBV{(

f.. )lector. One. h 0 aid. he saw .. I ..
fihe: next rifle m age; of uc- co s I J1C "1.- x .
I .,. liI
...... ,
f t .sign, the 1903 Springfield was I used as a fence-post, and usually :
standard for 35 years in the' they are allowed to

Army Navy and Marine I stand in a corner somewhere '\I\ 20 Words or less, one time __a .95 Memorials, Resolutions ____--__ te per W9t9

I Corps. Also used in World Way: to rust. If not paid in advance __ __ _u IM' Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words --_Y,6S

I was the 1917 Enfield, of I At the end of World War II I 1s Keyed or Blind Ads _--- 1.00 Over 50 words ______. __ __,- 5c per a,,",

British design mass produced Mr. Bloodworth served in ; : Each additional word over 20 05 Display ads in Classified ___ 139 per Ittft .

in this country. It was also Germany with the armed forces t ,I ..
used by the Home Guard ahd I and later he was a com- ; FOR RENT: 3 BR and 1 BR I -- a.rraiNpi.rl/
:x I yt Trailers. Also trailer lots for HASTINGS MATTRESS
; as ,a training! weapon during pany commander in Korea. At
I Wctl'ldVar II. present time he is a captain'' t .i 1 rent. Westmoreland Trailer & UPHOLSTERY WORKS,
Park, phone 969-2151. tf-chg. 'PilEI
Also in the collection is a in the National Guard and 710 Lemon St. Falatb'
I' PANSY PETUNIA & CALENDULA Furniture Repaired, '
I .
plants for saleMrs.
1 BY Ferguson, Phone 964-5571, 2 I Upholstered & RefinishesMATTRESSES
, : mi. from Starke on Hiway 16 Read The Classifieds! REBUILT ...

f ,i [north.] 1-10 2tchg. IF YOUR NAME IS New Innersprings'
, ,
two lots. You take balanceof
Ii I* Starke Merchants payments. Easy terms.up R. F. CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL Drop Us A Card or Call

I Demorest 266 Park Place, AT THE TELEGRAPH PALATKA EA 5-91M

11. Starke. 2tp 1-17, OFFICE FOR A FREE STARKE SS1-5JJ1,

I l Half Mile North Of City Limits-U. S. 301 ".1 DOYLE E. CONNER WANTED-Someone to board
French poodle while I am a-

'OPEN 7 DAYS-7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. NEXT SHOPPER ,I I: Phone 964-4501 tfchg OwnerIn SALE way. Call 969-1191. ltp

: LISTINGS WANTED All WANTEDOffice Clerk, Piling -
I typesstrout Realty. P. O. Pinehurst Subdivision typing and misc. office

," GOOD I Box 307 Starke. Phone 468- Concrete Block Home 3 work. Write O care Telegraph
i 1766. tf chg P. O. Drawer "A" Itchg
PORK CHOPS lb. 59c Bedrooms & Florida Room
f ,
FOR SALE 110 ft. Iota fronting
s Carport & Utility Room.F. .
I I Female sewing machine oper- Hiway 16. J. B. White.
FRESH I ators. Steady year around H. A. Approved phone 9641651. 2tp 1-17
ppAROUND BEEF lb. 49c I work. Good pay. No experience Small Down Payment.
-- - --I I Apply in APPLICATIONS are now being -
necessary. per-
/ .x : son. Lake Butler Apparel Company Phone 964-3544 taken for service station

11 FRESH LINK ,: Lake Butler. 2tchg 1-10 717 W. Cypress Street attendant. Write L. care Trite .

, PURE PORK SAUSAGE. 59c FOR SALE2 br. concrete I Starke, Fla. graph. Drawer A. .Itchg.-
block home in walking distance FOR RENT-one house trail

I. SMOKED SAUSAGE -- 3 ]Ib. pack $1 churches.of shopping Furnished area or and un- BEWARE of buying any en- lot.er. Can J, B.be White moved on phone your 964-own
cyclopedia '
before you see
furnished. Quiet large lot. 19 WORLD .1651. 2tp 1-17 i
BOOK. Call or write I
:GOOD LEAN I trees. Call 969-2845. tfchg M. A. PAYNE, your local representative Cora Marshburn ;

I Robert Firth since 1956, Box 603
WAIT-Fish Camp Operators phone 964-3794. tfchg EVERYONE! ,


.a i start the new year selling low make the down payment on a MUSIC ,
I grade, inferior bait. Satisfy beautiful new Bulova at BY THE FOUR STRINGS
irt4ir I your customers and increase Dahmers Discount House. STARTING 8:20 P. M. '
; your profits with our large
BEEF wm LB1'ISMOKGD tfchg : .
grain fed Florida Giant Red- FRIDAY JAN. 11.

w : worms. Write: Masters Bali I FOR RENT Furnished Apartments -I! AZALEA DRIVE-IN
.. I Farm P. O. Box 180, Middle-.I 1 & 2 bedrooms! 301 SOUTH,
BACON Ib. 39c burg Fla. 2tp 1-17 we nay lights and water. Con- Itchg<<
- J tact 431 Center St. or Bulling ._ I"

41w A L Prescription eye glas ton Appliances. Phone Day NOW F.ILA.-V.A. HOMES-
VEGETOLE ses. Frames dark grey. Horn 964-6551. Night NEW 1I0UES-BRICK ,,r
rim. Lost in vicinity of U.s.0. 9647191.tf
chg VA-$50 Down
.A j
,. .
SHORTENING 3 lb. 59c
can around New Years eve. Re- PEYTON FIIA 3% Down '
ward $5.00. Phone 9643101.It FLORIST
115 i

:LONG GRAIN RICE 5 Ibs. 59c t + -A x -. .. I i Geo. Alderman PROSE 964-4155 E LA RUE CORPORATIONJOEL

t4I ts I LOST- One black white and NIGHT 964-5891 or 969-lOtt HEARD PH. 964-8JU
JIM DANDY I tan Walker Fox Hound. If DISTINCTIVE St. r"
FLOWERS Inquire at 391 E.Call ,
call C. R. Atkinson .
C found please -
We Wire Flowers
GRITS 5 LBS. I phone 2625 Brooker Fla. Anywhere WE DON'TSell
- 2tp 1-17 tfch .
you we help'y u bur.

CABIN MEAL.--.5 HOME LBS. I ( ( *; ; ,*d I I I I FOR Condition.used SALE-Reasonable, Televisions.Washers.Bullington Excellent Refrigerators Appliances priced --- INCOME SHORT BUSINESS AlLOXG TAX AND SERVICE FARMSCHEDULES FORM I!used Good I Homes 8'selection and, 10'of wide new Motile and

q i I
:o .
,CORNED BEEF can - 39c i FOB SALE L. D. RHODEN 1 ml SE of Keystone Htf.
be j: Ready mix concrete concrete
.d 9 AJL
Daily 9 P.M. on Route 100
i block piers fence posts sand
C 4 i cement,mortar mix,rock steel, Phone 964-3031 _tfchgA

TALL CANS i oyster shell, lamer ck, and roof 1126 N. Thompson WATKINS ROUTE In this

F graveL Phone 9642521. tfchT area Is open for seml-retlrtd
INTERVIEWER; !: WANTED for man. or lady. Many semi-re
; Bradford Engineering Co.Representing .
MILK x I l part-time telephone survey in tired people are earning $50.00to
I I TRAIIjER MART January.. Give Phone number I $100 per week depending on
8 Manufacturers Prefer private line. Not a sell I time devoted to the business.
., as low as $385.00 downon ing job. Air mail letter includIng Maybe you can qualify: For
Limit 6 Cans With Food Order PleaseU.
education work personal interview in
New 55 x 10 wide. We experienceand your a-
for anything. 7 years financing names of references to: rea. write J. H. McGarity, Williston .

S. NO. 1 Telegraph Circulation 3,200 .- ((ABOVE) with low payments.HYW American Research Bureau. Florida. 3t chg-1-10

IRISH POTATOES 10 lbs. 39c No. 17. East Palatka dial 328- Field Staff Department.Belts- REGISTER NOW for adUlt

43,235, Copies of Triii ; 1050 or 3252048. tfch*. ville Maryland. Itch* evening classes. Mall your

KANSAS QUEENSELFRISING Iri-County Shopper 3,235 .' Sj County Shopper Readyfor ., FOR 715 South SALE -Westmoreland Simmons place St., C. W. Owens son.course Drawer selections 100.to Starke.L. H. 12.09 Gib-
Negro adult
FLOUR 10 Ibs. 89c Priced for quick sale.' Owner NOTHING DOWN Move contact per Prof.course.
Thompkins. R J.
Mailing in BradfordtandSurrounding leaving town. For information right in this 2 bedroom par- E. School. tfchf

SHOW BOAT In Tomato Sauce CAN !, contact Williams Jewelers. tially furnished home on large: ,
Coun- tfchg. country lot. Located 2 mi. N BALED HAY for Sale. V. :R. -

PORK & BEANS or SPAGHETTI lOc TOTAL f. FOR RENT Furnished and of Starke. turn right off 301, Ferguson; phone 984-5571.
6,435 ties. unfurnished auartments. Also 1st graded road beyond Farm 4t chg 1-17

GIANT SIZE FAB - 69c unfurnished 2 or 3 bedroom ers Mkt. 7th house on right. SEVERAL OPENINGS,in Kindergarten .
houses. Reasonable rent.W.H. Owner on premises Saturday for 1963. Can Mama

\, I .1 i Nollman.,Starke. ache and Sunday only. ltchg Priest, 9649374. 3t chi 110.


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-- Yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy'',; WITH YOUR TVYYYYYYYYTYYYTTYYYYYlBAXVILLE Ing Union with a Watch Par- spent Monday overnight with[ling to law.January THE RIGHT POINT for the I'

Home DemonstrationNotes COUNTY AGENT ty at the Church at 8 p.m. on Mr. Starling's brother-tn-law 8, 1963.MARYCrLLE. BENNETT, way you write. Come In and ,

wf ? HAMPTON Dec. 31. The young people and sister, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Executrix of the Estate of I select your favorite ESTER- I

enjoyed games, movie slides Wainwright, and family. First Melvin publication L. Prescptt on, January dec. BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH I

of Japan, and refreshments. Mr. and Fitz- 10, 1961.THOMAS. ,
Mrs. Tom
% byDOROTHY They were holding prayer services patrick and children of Jack & PIERCE,

4' 6 ROSS tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANeil A LA A* as the new year rolled in. sonville were Monday visitorsof Attorneys 203-205 North at Law Temple Avenue answer required or to pleading serve a copy to the of your complaint I!

Home Demonstration Agent Williams to WedT. ; :Marriage Date Re-Set, Glad to hear that Doss Hig Mrs. Effie Miner. Starke. Florida on the Plaintiffs Attorney 1
110 4t 1.31NOTICE
Green & Green, Starke, *
ginbotham is improving after Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Din -"" -.111
J. Mann of BrookerMr. The Wedding of Miss Shirley I TO DEFENDIN Florida and file the original in
It seems that all of our New fruits. so it can be used with and Mrs. Frank L. Williams Higginbotham, which was having been taken to the em- kins and grandson, Freddie CIRCUIT COURT BRAD the office of the Clerk of the
I ergency room at the Duval Dinkins dinner FORD COUNTFLORIDA!: Circuit Court on or before the
t Year's Resolutions could be confidence.A of Gainesville announcethe 13'I announced earlier has been were Sunday IN CHAXCERY. 4th day of February, 1963;
rolled into and citrus Medical Center last Wednes- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hor- Bobbie Jane Jones otherwise the allegations'
up one come large glass of juice engagement and approaching I rescheduled, due to the basketball -
day night. ace Cox at their lake home. Plaintiff said Complaint will be taken as !
out something like this-"Be -fresh, frozen or canned-a maftriage of their conference in which confessed bv you.
: Friends of Buford vs. Case No. 13-19: I
Your Own Best Exhibit." whole orange a half grapefruitor daughter Nell, to Timothy J. two of the attendants will Higgin Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Mos- Edward Walter Jones, This notice snail be published .,
Time For Living several tangerines will almost Mann, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. participate. Miss Higginbotham botham will be glad to know ley of Jacksonville were visit Defendant, once each week for four consecutive ,-/
that he has returned home ing Mrs. Lula Norman Satur. NOTICE TO APPEARTo weeks In the BRADJ
The television series on re meet the body's vitaminC I. Mann of Brooker. will be married to Gene : Edward Walter Jones. FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. .'j
tirement called "Time for needs for the day. : The will Johnson on Saturday evening from the Bradford County day.Mr. whose residence and address is: Dated this 5th day of January 1
wedding be solemnized -
Living" begins today Thursday, Meals which contain a variety at the Eastslde Feb. 2. at 7 pjn. in the Hospital and seems to be Improving and Mrs. Peter Todorof UNKNOWNYou 1983. I
right are hereby notified thata CHARLES A. DARBY. ;
January 10th at 9:30: p.m. en of fruits and vegetables, Church in Gainesville at 7:30p. Maxville Baptist Church. All along now. Gainesville spent Sunday suit for Divorce has been filed Clerk of the Circuit Court. ,1

Channel 5. plus a serving of citrus daily, m. Saturday evening, Jan. i friends and relatives of the MAXVILLE PTA MEETS with Mrs. Todor's parents. Mr. against you in the above named By Janet :N. Carter, .,I

The 17 half-hour programs will meet the body's daily need 26. No invitations are being i young couple are invited to The Maxville PTA met in! and Mrs. W. Fred Moore. Mrs Court and cause and you are 1-10 it 1-30 Deputy Clerk. I i (

will be: Foods and Health, Improving for vitamin C. sent, and friends and relativesare By G. T. HugginsAGRICULTURAL attend.Mr. the school house last Thurs- Todor, formerly Mrs. Gayle ___ _u___ -

Our Food Habits, The preserved citrus pro invited to attend. and Mrs. J. C. Nolan day night, Jan. 3. It was decided Moore Torode. and Mr. To- AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE

Safeguarding Your Health, ducts as marmalades, jellies, EXTENSION and family had as guests last to check on a movie pro. dor were married December

Mental Attitudes and Retire- candied peel preserved kum- The bride is a former resident SERVICE What is Thursday, Mrs. Nolan's par- jector which has been ordered 28, 1962. They were on their 964-2600

ment, Mental Outlook and quats and calamondins furnish of Hampton, and is the it? Where does the COUNTY ents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur for the school and to also. way home from a trip to

Adjustments to Change, Bud- variety, flavor and colorto granddaughter of Mr. and AGENT program fit into sucha Wilkinson, and her sister Mrs. order a set of books which I Nassau.Mr. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

geting Your Retirement Income meals but provide little student Mrs. Dan at BHS Johnson.in Starke.A former she title? Well, the County Ag Margaret Silas and family of will be of much benefit to th: and Mrs. R. W. Sapp DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director

Investing Your Savings food value except calories. ent program is the Agriculturay Jacksonville.Mr. slow readers. The next regu- and children were Monday. Starke Fla.
is a graduate of Gainesville ,
Protecting Your Family. What Orange Dessert Cake Extension Service pro and Mrs. Franklin Hig lar meeting will be held on dinner guests of his mother, I
Work: Means to People, Mean- 1 and one-half cups sugar, High School. Mr. Mann is a gram in a given county.I ginbotham and family of the first Thursday in February Mrs. A. C. Pearce and Mr. RENTAL SERVICES

ings of Work and Successful] 1 cup sour milk. 2 eggs [beat- School graduate of Bradford High will not give you the full Jacksonville visited Mr. and i at 7:30: pjn. Pearce. Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutchei

Retirement. Choosing Meaningful en light, one-fourth teaspoonsalt PersonalsMrs. story at one time but think Mrs. Doss Higginbotham and We regret that little Wes Mrs. Ed Carter of Jackson-

Activities Getting aJob 1 orange [medium size], it will be interesting to know family last Saturday evening.We Pratt is ill this week and wish ville spent part of the week .-

After Retirement Going one-half cup butter, 1 cup .Frankie.. Jean Keys just a little bit about what is regret to hear that Mrs.T. him a speedy recovery. with Mrs. V. R. Reddish, Mrs.
Into Business, New Family Re- raisins, 1 teaspoon soda dissolved ana children drove up to involved in such a program.It H. Edwards is ill and wish The Maxville Civic Club met Lula Norman and others. 4r That's Our Business"If

lations. Making and Keeping in milk 2 Hampton last week from Ft. night Jan. 7, at 8
cups plain Myers to her is especially appropriatenow her a speedy recovery.Mr. Monday p. Mrs. John Shuford is visiting It's Glass We Have It"
bring: grandmother -
Friends, To Move or Not to flour. Mrs. Nita. Johnson, home because as stated last and Mrs. Doss Higgin- m. to elect new officers to her son and daughterinlaw CALL WRITE or VISIT

Move, Choosing Where to Live. Cut and squeeze out juice after several weeks' stay. week, we are observing the botham and family were din- serve during 1963. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Shu- FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S

These programs will be Do not take out all of the 100th year of the United States ner guests of Mrs. Bernice ford and children, in Moor

helpful to both young and old. juice as it might make the Irvin Williamson was visit- Department of Agriculture.The Strickland and family last VYYIYYYYYvYvvvvvvivyyLAVTEY Haven. GLASS CO.

Citrus Fruit in Family Meals cake too moist. Add onehallcup ing here with his parents, Mr. word EXTENSION actually Sunday.Mr. Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Warren
The citrus fruits furnish of the sugar to the juice and Mrs. Wiley Williamson explains it. It is a pro- and Mrs. Dave Cover- % and Lynn of Jacksonville (NOT INC.)

liberal amounts of the protective I and let stand. Cut out and and family during the holi gram to extend to all the peo- dale had as their dinner were Sunday dinner guests of : "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co."

vitamin known as vitAmin -! discard the central core witu with days. the He had been stationed ple, useful and practical Information guests last Sunday, Miss Ma- B, Enza BlancharAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAAAAAAAAJ Mr. and Mrs. .1. E. Warren. I GLASS We Design!'!! Modern\ Store Fronts
C. or ascorbic acid. This seeds and grind the balance U.s. Navy in San on subjects relatingto rie Taggart of Middleburg, .
Mrs. James L. Waters spent Just Mail\ Us A pattern For
Vitamin' is very important to rind and pulp, with the raisins Diego. Calif and is now to be agriculture. It also includesthe Miss Shirley Higginbotham the week

good ,LOOKS and good using the medium blAde in Memphis, Tenn. where he Home Demonstration pro- and Gene Johnson. The Methodist WSCS met with Mrs. Albert Table Tops
Sappinfield in
HEALTH. In the body it has 'of the food chopper. Cream will take an aviation electronics gram in practical and useful The Maxville basketball! with Mrs. George W. Roberts Visitors of Mr.DeLand. 1313: N. W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353
several vital uses which influence shortening and sugar together. course for nine weeks. Home Economics information. players who went to Pierson Tuesday night, Jan. 1. After Eugene Pearson -

the appearance and I Add the beaten eggs and the Mr. and Mrs. Forace Riley- The Agricultural Extension last Friday night and stayed the Devotional Mrs. H. C. during the week and" Donnie- i -
were Mrs.
health of each member of the I well sifted flour with the other and daughters of Homesteadwere work is carried on in cooper- overnight at Massey's Motel Kelly conducted the program, Pearson's sister, Mrs. C. R. Appliance -- Radio -- Television
family. dry ingredients alternatelywith recent visitors here with ation with Colleges of Agri- at Flagler Beach were Edith "New Frontiers on Home Missions : Mozingo
the and children of St.
The chief of vitamin C the liquid. Add the orange Richard Mays. Harris Mary Kilgore. Patty ," with Mrs. Roberts
uses culture, Agricultural Experiment Stevens, S. C., and Mr. and
In the body are helping to maintain and raisin mixture last. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Slade Stations: and the Unit- Parrish. Shirley Christenson.and Mrs. H. C. Wainwright, and Mrs. B. W.
Leasure of Char-
spent New Year's day in Gain SERVICE AT ITS! BEST
Henry Thomas. They en- Mrs. Orville Bumgarner tak- '
healthy gums and strong Pour into an 8x8x2 inch esville ed States Department of Ag- leston, S. C.
with her
capillary [smallest blood ves pan and bake until well done, brotherInI I riculture. So, we can say further joyed a trip to Daytona on ing part. The new study
sels]' walls and to promote re- or about 45 minutes in a moderate law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. that the COOPERATIVE Saturday and then played In course will begin at the next

aistan e to. common respiratory oven. After baking and Free John Hall. Extension program consists o* Bunnell Saturday night. meeting. The hostess served IN TilE COUNTY JUDGE'S. Trained Experts In Each Dept. ,
Elton Lott of Gaines-
infections, such as colds.It while still hot, cover with the offering a practical programto Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Mick- refreshments at the clost of COURT IN AND FOR BRAD- I

:has an important part in orange juice and sugar mix- ville day with visited his here brother-in-law New Year's the people through inStruc- ler and Mrs. Howard Brad- the meeting.The In FORD re: Estate COUNTY of FLORIDA. FOR QUICK G I I

the formation of red blood ture and let stand in the pan tions, demonstrations, personal shaw and son of Jacksonville Woman's Missionary Melvin L. Prescott. Deceased ay s
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Milton I
Union held the first meetingof NOTICE TO CREDITORS DEPENDABLE
until juice is absorbed. Do contacts, mass meetings, visited Mr. and Mrs. Buddy
cells.Vitamin Mosher and family. All creditors of the estate of
C, unlike most nutrients not disolve sugar entirely, as publications, and otherwise. Bradshaw and son last Sun- the year at the Baptist Melvin L. Prescott deceased. SERVICE Home.
Charley Dennison
cannot be stored in it should glaze top of the cake. has moved A good illustration is our first Church Tuesday night, Jan. are hereby notified and required b .
into the house trailer behind day.We to file any claims or demands CALL '
1 with ten members
the body, to any great extent. Can serve with whipped r the A. C. Dennisons. field demonstration with are sorry that Miss present. which they may have against
Therefore. a daily supply is cream. black plastic mulching 'wita Mary Kilgore is ill this week The next meeting will be Jan. said estate in the office of the
I. Visitors here during the county Judge of Bradford Coun- 964-7511 j A
required to meet body needs. holidays with Mr. and Mrs.J. strawberries three years ago. and wish her a speedy recov- 15.Church Scheduled ty in the courthouse at Starke, Appliances Ie
For .example, great amounts HEttrfRONtfBAPTIST Another illustration will bea Florida, within six calendar
W. Home his brotherand ery.Glad
Grace Methodist: Sunday months from the date of the
CHURCH to Melvin Watson
cannot be drunk or eaten today mass meeting later this see first publication of this notice.
and skipped tomorrow, Sunday SChool 10 a. m. sister-in-law. Mr. awl month for all persons owning back at home from Riverside School, 9:45; Worship, 11 am; Each claim or demand must be AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR J
Mrs. W. S. Home of
for the body cannot store it. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. St. trees. We have been Hospital and hope he will Improve Evening Service, 7:30.: MYF in writing and must state the
pecan *
George, S. Cf and Mrs. Fran- at place or residence and postof- Maytag. Frigidaire Zenith
Wednesday evening -
'Fortunately, there is areidy Training Union. 7 p. m. asked by several growers to rapidly now. each flee address of the claimant and
cis Collins of Charleston
Evening Worship 8 p. m. S. Attending 'the basketball 7:30. A number of members must be sworn to by the claim "' .
,supply of citrus year- plan a meeting with a program
C. ant, his agent or his attorney GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UP
the regular monthly
.. *rbund. When in season, October Prayer Meeting Wednesdays, Mrs. Louise Manire visited offering information: game in Bunnell Saturday enjoyed or it will become void accord. .,- -I
::30 D. m. Rev. Joe ROOD- night were Mr. and Mrs. D. Fellowship Supper at the par -
, 'through June it is avail- that; might be helpful in .
friends in Gainesville 0- o o' L -- 0 < -< r' '
Sun ?> ;
able' fresh. It is also available BOATDRAIN BAPTIST I day. on maintaining or improving our J. Parrish and family, Mr. sonage preceding the evening, I 00 0 0 0_ __ _._ 0 0 ___ ._ 0 _, 0 ft a "'" .,l.Ht..}i: -.j-'>___."..-Ji'I!! .,
and Mrs. Henry Griffis and service Sunday.
round I
ye in the canned or pecan production program.
frozen state, and dehydrated The word COOPERATIVEis family, Miss Karen Griffis First Baptist: Sunday ,
Sunday School. 10 a.m. School, 10 a.m.; Worship, 11
and Mrs. Dorothy ,
Due! to improved methods of PresbyterianH. 1 part of the title also because -
Morning Worship. 11 a m. Training Union, 6:30.:
Miss Shirley Higginbotham, am.
canning and freezing, the processed l the program is made
(i.e. canned or frozen] Training Union. 6:30 p. m. Walton Grady, Minister possible through the cooperation Gene Johnson, and Alvin Evening Worship 7:30. Prayer I
I Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. I. Padgett. Meeting each Wednesday evening .- .. -, .
citrus.supplies almost as much Sunday School 9:45: a.m. of the Federal Depart- \
'vitamin C as do the fresh Prayer Meeting. Wednesday. Morning Worship 11 a. m. ment, The State Legislature CHURCH SERVICES 7:30.Friends. 1
7:30 p. m. I- Message "Our Unity In and the Board of County CHANGED _of Rev. A.. E: Massey -;

Training Union services at and family extend tneir
Christ. I Commissioners.The
the Maxville Baptist Church, sympathy to them in the losj
Junior Choir and Youth Fellowship
for exampleof
New Profit Concept. first recorded
a which have been being at 5:30p. : of Mr. Massey's mother who
6 pjn. County Agent work was ,.
m. and church services at recently passed away. She lived '

Poultry and Egg Producers! -Evening Message" Worship- "The 7:30 Prophet pjn., March.earlier, the 1621.Pilgrims Three had months lan Training 6:30 pjn.Union have been now meets changed.at Mr.in Georgia.and Mrs. Frank Ingram I I !

Rock. They -
ded on Plymouth '
6 and Church at 7 pjn. of Dade City recently visited _
... Monday 7 p.m. Study el winter many p.m. rE
----- ---- had terrible _
V'Ir"" t.:.::1t. .. %, --r--- 'y :''' ... '. ,. ,:. Jeremiah. a everything NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTYMr. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Manning. I'I ,/, v' 3 '- I 4 j
lost their
.... .... "':' i"w, ..... ,. and Mrs. George Pratt Mr. and Mrs. John E. Starling I
... .4' : 'f'. f t\.) kA.4 1/ '..".. .,. .. "'1. Tuesday 7 p .m. Study! of seemed to go wrong. entertained the Junior {Train and family of Eaton Park !'
r g_-1 .1 _ : I Jeremiah. I A..A Yr.Ai.._.... warned___- Souanto- "0'I E 'o

t 1 Wednesday 6:30: p.m. M n I helped them find and grow ____ i \1

of the Church. edible plants and animals. He

Wednesday 7:30: p..m Studyof also went about teaching them Your way *o f

Jeremiah. the art of preparing and cooking p

Thursday '1 p.m. Study of certain foods. health and fun. .

Jeremiah. When planting time came

Thursday 8 p. m. Senior Squanto showed a group how '

Choir PracUce. to place three fish [for fertilizer RL STARKE LANES

Thfe is a Red1- Illl System now being shown at the Florida ] in the ground with their

Poultry and Egg Producers Exhibit and Convention[ at CHURCH heads pointing in and their '
Lakeland, January 1819.A METHODIST tails out like the spokes or a :: HIGHWAY 100 (SOUTH) I

RedMIill System if you use 20 tons or more of commercial Schedule for week of Jan wheel and the first "agricul-

finished feed per month can be designed for your uary 13th 1963. tural extension" work ever j Free Instruction

operation, giving you feed.: SUNDAY recorded in American history.

Profits Up to $20 Per Ton! 9:45: am. Church School for Agricultural Extension pro-

RedI-l\ 1I Systems are NOT FOR SALE, but we can all ages. grams have fashion been carried in some on : For League Information I
11 am. Morning worship. in some "" PHONE 964-6261 FRIDAY JAN. 11 SATURDAY JAN. 12
to I
arrange place one on your farm under lease under 6 pan. Snack supper for M- states ever sl 1ce. The programwas I
one condition It must pay its way and Florida .
YF. accepted for all .-- 0 0 0 -

Put If you Cash too, are Savings facing a crisis in Your In the cost-price Pocket squeezefor 6:30 7: p.m.p.m.Mission Youth Study meetings.Clas- In the early Act possible of 1900's.1914 to A made congressional all the the- .- 0 __ 0 0 0 _0 0 0-.. /' 3 P.M. to 7 P.M. 10 A.M. to 7 P. M.

producer profits then do as others are doing. Fill l ses. program
out the coupon below and we will have one of our 8 p.m. Special feature for states. STARKE During The Above Hours We Will Give Absolutely I

Profit Engineers go over your problem with you, righton Mission Study.A Well that's about enoughfor
your own farm. lie can tell you in leas than 10 nursery Is provided at one time. The program

minutes how much you are LOOSING EVERY both services each Sunday. : has been here a long time. because --- BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO FREE A CONE of COTTON CANDYTo

MONTH by not having had one Installed I MONDAY it has such a variety 01

7 pjn. Methodist Men's Club resources to draw from. It offers Everyone DRIVING Into Our Station Fill Up The
At No Cost
S or Obligation-Ever! supper and program meetingin variety to the people. It REPAIRS AUTO SERVICEJ. ,

Here is what other producers are saying: Fellowship Hall. continues because the peopleare
Car With Kids and Come Down To Your
"I can't see how a pouUryman can expect to survive TUESDAY so cooperative and goodto B. Wright 1

the competition future without oner:*-Jim Wells, 10 ajn. Woman's Society of work with. We all want to Earl's Garage 1I

past president of Florida Poultrymen's Ass'n. An- Christian Service business and make 1963 a great year in Ag- SINCLAIR SEETIC1 4 I

burndale Fla. I i program meeting.WEDNESDAY riculture for Bradford County. ALL KINDS 01'AtTI'O STATION II 1 A I SERVICE I
"Had my Redi-MOl over a year and It saves me $16
to $to per ton."-E. Williamson, Ga. Complete Au&. Bervic
Waycross, KEFATC WORK .
"Saving $%.000 month."-F. McCants 7:30: pjn. Prayer meetingand FIRST CHRISTIAN Batteries Acoessorte f
every Butler CHURCH Tim IYI 1t1-IL STATION. ".1
Oa.I Bible Study in Fellowship AIl Work Guaranteed Lubrication Washing! .1I
537 W. Can St, Bterke Phone IUIe. -!'" I
;;: : ; THURSDAY 542 Madison 161-280: I
I FillOutandullailToday1 N Feeding!-I Bob L. BaJrett Minister W&bni. gUrfct
GIVE TOTALS 3:15: pjn. Story hour for Sunday School 9:45 a. m. U. S. 301 NO. CITY LIMITS STARKE, FLORIDA I
Primary Dept. : I
Name ,>- --- Brollers I 3:15 p. m. Junior Choir Rehearsal Church Worship 10:45 a. m. Dodd's Service & Have You Registered !
I 1 I and book study. Chi Rho, 5:30 p. m. Choir AUTO SERVICE
Box or Rt City practice 6:30 p.m. CT?. T p.
Auto Sales 100 I
Layers 92
a. Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. rjr'Pscuu.;
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1 County -- -- State CHURCH OF GOD m Wednesday. Gilbert S. Brown
Rambler Sale & Service
Turkeys 422 N. St. Clair St.
I Tons of Feed used monthly I SEVENTH DAY Standard 00 Smio: Statin GENERAL REPAISINGI OCTANE iL53 OCTANE[

Sunday School, 10 a.m.
Under Contract (Yea No)_ Cattle ADVENTIST CHURCH Afta&S International Lifetime:

I Any Mill Equipment Now?- & Others I II II I Morning Evening Service Worship., 7:30 11 pjnY a. m- Sabbath School [Saturday TIRES" BAT PESIES LIulflenn&ESTOXB REGULAR FOR ETHYL9'

PE each Wednesday 7:30: P. 964-1324. '
I Budget :"ums- Road BerrtcePfcon COLOR T.V.
I I MAIL TO-Redl-Mill Corp. Box 128, Brooker, Fla. I m. Prayer Meeting, Friday, 9:30 a. m. Homing Worship, TJree Batteries AecttsorietKA ._
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-.- - - 7:30: p.m. L S. Williams 11 a. m. Located between WU- 60'1' Teiwle. St&rb a WrJnmun J .0 0' __.. 0 .:!::- .' .... '.,

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I Iyvyy'iyvv.vyyvyyyvyyyyyyyyymyyyyyyvvyvvvvvi, Indians Lose Vaudeville Show sonville and Mr. and Mrs. | Mrs. O. T. Robinson satur--! fY..Y..YY..Yyy..Y1

L KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS To Crescent City I With Local TalentAt John recently Olson visited of Mr.Haynes and Mrs City I'; day.Kay and Rusty Lee of Jack I GRANDIN

Melrose Jan. 19 John N. Webb. j I sonville Beach recently visit- ;
The Jndians A andB I
Keystone Bill Terry has returned to I ed their Mr. :
By Mary K. Schaeffer squad cagers lost to Cresc- I By Charkyene BrantleyiryyyyyyyvVYVVVYVYVVVV'V
An Old Time Vaudeville Panama after spending and: Mrs. C. P. Perry. |
ent City teams Tuesday night | sever-I
\ al days with his Mrs. Richard and
show will be presented at the Ruby I
--------------------------------------- gym. .
Melrose High School Auditorium and Mrs. William Terry on I daughter Mrs. Martha Ha. | Mrs. Madeline Kinney of

I i( 1 *. .. Junior Wohan's not a child in sight! It was a the A squad game. Crescent on Saturday, Jan. 19, at Lake Santa Fe. gon and daughter all of A1-! Monticello, N. Y. was visitl.is
the long }
City on
Club NewsMembers sight she was certainly un- I 8 p.m. Mrs. Irma Wilkes and child- achua visited Mr. and Mrs. R.I her- mother. Mrs. Sopnie

of the Junior Wo- prepared for! Fortunately, all end of a 64-43 score breaking Acts will include singing. ren of New Smyrna Beach M. Cason Friday.Mr. I Schneble on Christmas.Mrs. .

man's Club of Keystone of her six children and one : the Indians' run _of four 1 dancing, instrumental music, spent the weekend with her and Mrs. Ross Bass and Ruby Rosson of Frankfort t
straight victories. I
Heights are grateful to all the grandchild were all safe at Keystone Coach Roy Sprad1 1 magic, comedy, ventriloquism. parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. I children of Bunnell spent the Ky. is visiting Mrs. Mar-

good townspeople who assisted neighboring homes. and a male chorus singing the Slade. I weekend with their parents, gie Stuart for a couple of
"We just met better S.
them in making a Merry When the news got around, ley said a 4 IIti 2LIiII "good old" songs. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walters Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bass and weeks.
ball club. Crescent City
Christmas for their "adopted" everyone started to do what the Members of the cast are: and children Dianne and Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Slade. George Burns of Jacksonville -
cottage of girls at Sunland could and what they had superior height on Buckey of Atlanta, Ga. visited -
they give Indians, dhit on 45 per I Floyd Baker, Tom Garnar ChriS Spires has returnedto was visiting Mr. and MrsE.
Training center. They especially could to help. Mrs. Bert I an I Jack Haberstroh Janet Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Dan- Great Lakes. 111. after J. Hutson on Tuesday.

thank Mrs. Harold Sut- Cnristoffers, Sr., of Keystone,i cent of their shots.- .. Lamm. George and Mary La- iels.Mr. spending several days with his A-CC Patrick H. Pat) Griffin

.ton. their sponsor who appealed assisted by Mrs. Walter An- Bob Jackson led the scoring Rue, Leo LeBlanc, George : and Mrs. J. O. Smith of grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. was visiting friends in
for Keystone, with 14; Billy ,
to the other membersof drewsen, were around on New with and Gina Massa, Dr. Sarah Jacksonville visited Mr. and I A. C. Spires Grandin on Thursday. Pat is I

I the Senior Woman's Clubto Year's Day, collecting articlesof 13 Carnes and was Jimmy runner-up McMurtryracked Lou Wells all of Keystone Mrs. W. H. Allen and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Stewartof /stationed at Eglin Air Force \

donate costume jewelry clothing and whatever else ; ''-, Heights; Dr. Robert Vincentof Admiral and Mrs. Deuter- Titusville and Earl Daniels
11 1
and other trinkets to make was to be had. up poInts Vero Beach; and Gil Allen man and family are visiting Base.Mrs. been
visited has
The Indians A squad now F=; and sons of Vero Beach Margie Stuart
these girls happy. I c. ,:i. and Joe Col. G. S. Price.MidshIpman .
Rudolph Dampier
Mrs. Christoffers wants it has a record of 4 wins and 3 .r .': Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Daniels. sick with the flu this past
They thank Bob McCormickfor : ; and Rosemary Daurer of Mel. John Colemanhas
known that she-as well as losses. : The White Elephant Thrift week, but is now feeling bet

the donation of a record- Mrs. Waldron-are grateful to Crescent City also took the ; ,.,,.,: '".... ;'f '''''., rose.Tickets returned to the Naval. Shop sponsored by the Saint ter.
player for the cottage, costing f # f.. Annapolis, Md. after
all of them, the story has a y V .>' '. may be purchasedfrom Academy "
B squad game by a score of ; : :; v William Catholic Church is Mrs. Ruby Rosson and Mrs.
the Juniors only the price of the holidays with
t. '; members of the Melrose spending
0 ,
happy ending. The Brokas led the iJih.---i closed went t
31-24. Sephan \ now open after being Eugene Brantley
repairs. .. '. Womans Club. sponsor of the his grandparents. Col. and -
have another house nowrented -
Also, thanks to Mrs. Lewis and they have clothing, scoring for Keystone with 10, t' t : :._...... show. Price of admittance is Mrs. Jesse Greene. for the holidays. Starke on Thursday to visit
and Bruce Moon was runner- 't. .J. I Mrs. Ethel Rabb Mrs. Barbara Kinzer and her
Muir and Mrs. Lydia Hurleyfor food, furniture, dishes, blan- 'F < y ""- $1.00. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Campbell
donations.The up win 7. .r. Mrs. Ethel Rabb, 82, of Live new son, Bruce Allan, at the
monetary kets, pots and pans, etc. Some- Saturday night Jan. 12 the : j ; .', \<...:.. Proceeds will go toward a and children of Tampa Hospital.
real ., and Oak, a former resident of Melrose Bradford County
party: was a success h scholarship fund for a Melrose visited his parents, Mr.
.. .. one even gave them a Frigi- ," ; ,.., ,' .
Keystone boys and girls will <1IIt
:. ', was buried in the Mel-! David returned to Fort
and one that the gins which d -, ,"! 'If High School senior and Mrs. D. B. Campbell. Rye
I daire! All of just goes play Orange Park teams in w, .! ; :t, !
rose Thursday af- Hauchuca Arizona on Friday
forget. Along and
will not
soon to show that when the chips p ;, to Civil Defense Mrs Craig Glisson

with the gifts and refreshments are down, you can count on the Melrose gym. : 4:t ,. "..1i....<. .-.., -, ''"".;..cI' ,r.. .,.,. daughter, Carol Ann of Lake ternoon. Her nephew-- --.and.. by plane, after spending the
decorations etc. the wife Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Witn- holidays with. his family. Ed-
the innate goodness of your : ; : ',,:'i i .:. t .
Juniors left them with bag: have returned from Warrenton erspoon of Tampa and Mrs. ward Varnes and Mrs. Callie
neighbors.New Heights Country Club association i-; : r !!,-- !.t, 7. ','t..;. .. \ :,"1"t : "
of candy and chewing gum Year's Eve PartyW. I' N' ,. ."L,","I\.T\ "ii....... .' ,, t,. ,),-', Va. after spending several W. L. Wilson of Deland. a Rye took him to Jacksonville
held Tourna- Y.1>
a Flag ') :"1"" !f '''
which will do them for a long .... 'iA '' '!I "- .- days with Mr. and Mrs. niece attended the funeral. to meet the plane-
: '
< :1f.
L. and Thelma Bunce ment [9 holes] on Monday, .l ; '. i,:: ; ; .. .
time to come. .,", ,:: "* '; < .j l, ,: ; Pat Glisson and daughter, Eugene Brantley. Charles,
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entertained at a New Year's Jan. 7. Mary Brokas was :y j-4" ; By Mrs. Alice Rothhammer
Two new names have been \' -. < .J .-)# ; ':: :, rT Melanie. and Zan went to Eureka
Eve Party at their Santa Fe first; Doris Ottinger was second # '
added to the roster of the the :., : :;A ;;. A LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAAj Mrs. David Hinnant of Mid- MELROSE\ urday on a business trip.
Lake home. Helping and Aggie Watson third. '
; '
Junior Woman's Club The Bunce's usher in the new Following the tournament, t 4 :"v, ;: (,.. .... ,.,> ..... ..:,ftv, .' .. \ ', Melrose Womans Club dleburg spent Friday here Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grout Gain-
Juniors are happy to welcome .... "Y 'lE ft...,r. '' f I! with her parents Mr. and were business visitors
year were George and Lucille the monthly luncheon and # :'j ; {\Bf) : : ir-; .J About 40 members and Pastor
.. .
Pat: Parsons. wife of our den- Uassa, and George's mother, business meeting was held at l f ;. ::: t;'''. :.;. .',. "'. w },''', guests attended the meetingof I Mrs. Howard Morris and fa- Sunday School 9:45 a.m. esville on Monday.Mr. Underwood

tist, Phillip Parsons, and Hel- Mrs. Eride De Fonso, from the home of Mittie Haynes. _. .. ;" '--', : ., ':'; 'M"; the Melrose Woman's. Club Worship 11 a. m. and Mrs.
;; h....:;, .\i ----- ----- mily.Charles
'" : Mr. and
en Hersey, wife: of DeWitt Philadelphia. Pa.; Bill and with Elva Steadham as co- Wednesday, January at 12 Henderson of Jack- Cochrane of Orlando,

Hersey into their member- Evelyn Scales and Bill's cou- hostess. Maxine Jones Weds James C. MusgroveIn noon. A trip through the Pear- sonville spent Friday night TRINITY EPISCOPAL Mrs. Richard Brockman ana

ship. sin, Bud Beeler, from Monesson The ladies voted to changethe Church sail Indian: Museum, one of with Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. CHURCH MELROSF children were visiting Mrs.

Keystone Folks Come Pa.; Gloria and Richard Club Championship mat- First Baptist CeremonyThe the finest private museums of Addison and daughters.Mr. Holy Days 10 a. m.. Holy Ethel Brockman last week.J. .

To Aid of Family Murrhee, Jennings and Georgia ches from the fall to April, so First Baptist Churchin and several lovely selection I Indian relics, was the pro- and Mrs. C'noc Mathews Sundays 10 a. m. Church B. Rye, now stationed in

Burned Out by Fire Murrhee, Bill and Scottie that the 1963 Matches will be Keystone Heights was the were sung by Miss Frances gram. spent Christmas with Mrs. School 11:45 a. m. Morning Germany, has: been promotedto

This past week. the good- Beam, Charley and Kitty Mc- played in April of this year. scene of a lovely wedding on Lee Langford of Live Oak, a The hostesses, Mr;::. H. C. Se- Mathew's parents, Mr. and Prayer and Sermon iFirst SP-5. 1

ness of people was brought Glave Tony and Joy Baker, They discussed the possI- Saturday evening Dec. 29, as cousin of the groom. gur, Mrs. G. Allen, Mrs. J. Mrs. Anderson of Steamboat Sunday. Holy Communion] P Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sikes

out as folks from our community Carl and Faye Darden, Bill bility of forming their own Maxine Jones, daughter of Corbett Musgrove, father of Lackey, Mrs. R. P. Hollis and Springs, Colorado. On their p.m. Episcopal Young Church and children of Jacksonvillewere I

and some from near- and Edna Baker Darrell and! Inter-City League as opposedto Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones of the groom was best man. Mrs. W. E. Moore served a way home spent the night with men. at their trailer home over -

by communities rallied to helpa Evelyn Davis, Margie and Hen joining one already estab- Keystone Heights became the Ushers were Myron Prevatt.Jr. delicious luncheon and deco Rev. and Mrs. Daniel Staffordin Communion.The the weekend.Mrs. .

family who lost everythingin ry Hall, Leon and Kie Rid- lished. This was tabled for the bride of James Corbett Mus- ., and Tommy Jones of Key rated the clubhouse.Mrs. Bethany Oklahoma. Rev. Lee W. Heaton Ruth Gornto and t

a disastrous year-end fire. aught, and Mike and Gloria next meeting. They discusseda grove of Live Oak, in a double- stone Heights, Charles Ga S. Sashoff gave further Robert Eichesderfer of the Vicar. Kathy were business visitorsin

Whether or not you are a Redfearn. Mother-Child Tournament, ring, candle-light ceremony! boardi of Melrose, Tommy details concerning the Va- u.s. Navy spent theholidays Gainesville on Saturday.

parent, imagine how Mrs. Ru- Unusual Birthday Party to be held in February. Vesta performed by Rev. W. C. Over- Barnawell of Palatka, and riety Show to be held Janu- with his parents Mr. and Mrs. School started again last t

by Waldron felt the other Miss Bunny Bunce. daughter Aiken will be in harge.A turf of Palatka, with a bene- Jimmy Pounds also of Palat- ary 19 at 8 pjnat the High Windsor Eichelsderfer on Lake PARAN BAPTIST CHURCH week and it is quiet around
morning when sne returned Husband-and-Wife tour- School and urged members to Grandin with all the children
of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. diction by Rev. J. R. Smith, ka.A Santa Fe. GRANDLV, FLA.
from her night job at the Bunce had an interesting nament will be held on Sunday pastor of the church. reception following the sell tickets. It was emphasizedthat Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Williams back in school.

Sunland Training Center in birthday party on the week- Jan. 13, with a bouffet Mrs. Betty Mulling of Gainesville ceremony was held at the Ma- this evening's entertain of Interlachen and Mrs. Char- Sunday School, 10 a. m I Rev Paul A. Travis of

Gainesville: to find her homea end. Bunny, who was 10, invited supper to follow. was matron of honor. sonic Hall I, in Keystone ment is being given for the lotte Pelham had New Years Morning Worship 11 a. m I Keystone Heights was the

mass of smoking ruins-and seven of her girl friendson Keystone "Has-Beens" Bridesmaids and bridesmat- Heights. Miss Kathy Parker of benefit of the Scholarship Training Union, 6:30: p. m. 'speaker at Paran Church on ..

a trip to the Jacksonville Ciiallene Melrose ron were Miss Barbara Spenceof Jacksonville kept the Bride's Fund and for Civil Defense. dinner with Mr. and Mrs- Evening Worship 7:30: p. m. Sunday. Attendance was a-

RestaurantLAWRENCE'S Zoo A good time was had by The local "Has-Been" Foot- Orlando Mrs. Gall Mont- book. Mrs. Ann Baker of Lake The president announcedan Walter Mann. Midweek Prayer Meeting Wed bout back to normal, in spiteof /

all despite the rain. Mr. ball team will challenge the gomery of Tampa, and Miss Geneva, Miss Jackie Fox of Executive Board meeting I!I Miss. Bobbie... Ruth. ..Powell. .of I' nesday, 7:30: p. m. the bad weatherI .
Bunce drove the car with the Melrose "Has-Beens" at a 6- Bonnie Moates of Palatka. Keystone Heights, and Mw to be held Tuesday January I Gainesville spent me weekend ,

DINETT2OPEN eight girls and Mrs. Bunce, man football game at the Little Denise Hodges of Jack- Connie McCrone of Tallahassee 8 at 2 pjn. at the clubhouse. with Mr. and Mrs. Vance 1

SUNDAYS and Bunny's aunt and uncle. Keystone R e s e r vation on sonville was the flower-girl cut the cake ani served Faith Presbyterian Church I Powell and children. THE VOICE I

11 A. M. To 9 P. M.\ Mr. and Mrs. Bill Young and Peach Street, Saturday eve- and Jimmy Mulling of Gain- punch.In The night circle of Faith Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller

Hy. 21-Keystone Heightu! the two young children came ning, Jan. 26. esville was ring-bearer.& the receiving line were Presbyterian Church held a I and children visited Mr. and I of experience speaks. t

along in another car. The game will feature former Maxine, who was given in the parents of the newly- meeting Monday, January 7 at Mrs. Sonny Creave in Mulber- f ".;... "' F. E. Rutherford, M. D. states "Chin-'

Mr. Bunce reports that it high school-greats, who marriage by her father, wa weds, the bride and groom 7:30: p.m. at the home of Mrs. ry, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Jonesin i j,,-= ': '; praetors are obtaining results that It' ,!
still like to in there and lovely in a handwoven Japanese and the bride's attendants.The Fred Abell. The morning circle ,*
was a unique experience to get met Tampa and other relatives. could not obtain with medicine and sur I
FOR SALE play a good Lane Sib- silk gown trimmed with bride attended St. Thursday morning at
chauffeur small game. "
fry, especially L Mrs. Carl Hagglund .and ;
9:30: at the home of gery.
bridal Mrs. Fred
satin and adonrned with Johns River Junior 3"
By Owner since there were three por- ley will coach the Keystone I Mrs. A J. Witherspoon visit- Since Chiropractive Is effective even !
." I team. Each team will be limited sequins and pearls. The dress i two years, and Florida
in the crowd. .
ed friends in Sarasota.Mr.
after other methods fail its wise to
In Pinehursl Subdivision to a 12-man squad. Only had a high neck, long sleeves, State University for one year. 50 members and I ; !
each tuned to different station .
a and Mrs. Bob Shanks
I Dr. Bellinger both time and and .
Concrete Block Home, 3 His passengers included 12 men will dress out for each and a train. She wore a fin- The groom: who is currently friends of Faith. Presbyterian spent a day with their soninlaw save money see your

Bedrooms & Florida Room, Susie Belote, Karen Williams, team. ger-tip veil and carried a in the Air Force, stationedat Church attended Open House and.daughter, Mr. and Chiropractor first. I
& Room. white orchid on an Eastern Panama City also attendedSt. Sunday, December 30 from 3 Your Chiropractor only accepts those cases which ,
Carport Utility Kerry Shackleford Angela The Booster's Club of Key- Mrs. Roy Johns and son in
Star Bible. Her only jewelrywas Johns River Junior to 5 p.m. Mrs. J. R. Neale he feels will respond to Chiropractic care.
F. 11. A. Approved Aiken, Gail Christoffers, Deb- stone Heights will sponsor the served as chairman Naples? recently.
a necklace belonging to and was
Small Down Payment. bie Hawes, and Vickie Whid- game, her mother. lege.The couple is residing in assisted by Mrs. J. Adie, Mrs.R. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wesley Phone 964-2881 For Appointment Today j'

717 W. Cypress Street den, as well as the hostess, PersonalsMr. Ralph Copeland of the Parkof Panama City. P. Vogh, Mrs. A. Bannis of Gainesville 'visited their

Phone 964-3544 Bunny Bunce. and Mrs. Wilfred Vol. the Palms was the organist,, ter and Mrs. C. H. Martin. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Dr. Bollinger Chiropractic Clinic
Starke Mary Brokas Wins ker of New Port Richey, Fla., The Kindergarten opened and' Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer

FlagTournament: were the Christmas guests of second semester on Wednes. i Friday. 426 N. Walnut Street Starke, Fla.

The ladies of the Keystone Mr. and Mrs. Nick Chab of Mrs.fling Cluo Jan. Mathison 7. The Speaker of 'Gainesville was- be held. Sunday Jan. 13, at 6p.m. day. January 2 with full enrollment Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Insurance Cases Accepted t
NOT 6:30
: at the
: Keystone Club Estates. Masonic f
with Mrs. L. O. Bald- \
who has recently returned Limper of Gainesville vls1tedL -
I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mit- Temple. Hostesses for win and Mrs. J. Webb teachers. ___ ___ I
from Korea after two
the evening will be Mrs. L. F.
and Mr. and Mrs. Ted -
I Smythe all of Detroit, Michi- years there. During her stay'j' LaMee Mrs. Arnold Larsen Episcopal Church I I I
I she taught the chfl
gan, have been guests at the and Mrs. Amy McElrath. It Episcopal Church Womenof KEYSTONE
Missionaries.This : is hoped that HEIGHTS MELROSE!
: Park of the Palms. The Mit- everyone will Trinity Churcn of Melrose
chels and the Smythes own Sunday, the Congregation make an effort to be presentat attended a meeting at th'

4 ': \ property at the Keystone Club will hear the Annual this important meeting. home of Mrs. James Lackeyat

Estates. reports of the Agencies of the Service next Sunday morn- 10 am. The budget was BUSINESS: DIRECTORY
I Church the ing will be !
Mrs. Ella Gerst of Corbin, Sunday School, I Morning Prayer'I submitted and plans were j

Kentucky, is spending the the Church Women's Work ,i and Sermon. At this service,' made for the Bazaar. Mrs. ..

winter at the Keystone Club The Trustees, the Stewards the incoming officers of the Lackey served refreshments INSURANCE I REAL- ESTATE- .

: Estates with their son-in-law the Young People's, and thej i Episcopal Church Women will before the meeting adjourned.The ./| FLOICIST 1-

t and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Men's Club. The Treasurerand be installed. Fleet Reserve held a Murrhee Insurance C. J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR
Nick Chab. Pastor will give reports St. William's Items New Years Eve, party at the !,:

I, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence on the State of the Church.St. The Cherub Choir under Wagon Wheel near Haw- Agency Edna Williams

: Pope and family of Alexandria Anne's EpiscopalOn the direction of Irene Brault thorne. About twenty couples I(' General Insurance NURSEBY REAL ESTATE APPRAISALS
'I -
: Va. were holiday guests Sunday, Jan. 6, those I and Janet Lamm, sang at attended. Fire Casualty Bond FLOWERS Kpvthne H'UbU. Phon 4287

4; ( \ l of Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Har- who defied the rain storms 'Mass on Sunday, Dec. 6, the PersonalsMrs. I Allied Lines For All Occasions

denbergh .and family. On Fri- enjoyed a fine spectacle In first time since making their I Paul White of Clayton, Keystone Heights 2731 I ilelrose Phone: OR 5-2331 James H. McEachern
nay evening, Dec. 28, Miss j the Feast of Lights_presenta- ( debut last month. They were' Ga. spent the weekend with I_ ,I

Dee Dee Hardenbergh entertained Uon. I' commended by Father Daugh-! Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Spires. i Problems with Insurance? Realtor

Ever See a Dream with a supper party for! Ralph Crawford was the ),I erty for their fine pert orm-,. Miss Peggy Webb of Jack-I r Call the Man from NURSERY Completely Furnished bed

Miss Delila Pope. Supper narrator. As he read the appropriate -' ance. I room spacious home, 2 yearns

Coming True? guests were Margaret and I excepts from Scriptures ,' This Sunday Jan. 13, will THE RIGHT POINT lor ? ,I I I "Travelers"Mantly Payment Plan Clemens Nursery old. on large landscaped lot

Danny Pater Eric Garber. persons representing:! be Holy Name Sunday. All with dock, f 10,009.
( did!) ray you write. CAme In and" Available
we Margaret Muir Alec Citrus trees %.M to LITTLE SANTA FE.
Livingston II Mary, Joseph, the Shepherds men of the Parish are urgedto elect Tortte ESTEREROOK $ $4.93
your -
yes, every week for more than a year, we and Kathy Wehlan, a I the Magi the Apostles, Early sit in their special pews Fountain Pen. TELE Geo. E. LaRue some in fruit, Canned or Bare- Mrs. T. R. Martin AfisocUU
visitor from New Jersey who i Saints, then Bishops, Priests, !I'I and receive Communion in a GRAPH.RETIREMENT. root. JAMES H. JIcEACHEBNl
actually saw our dream true the
coming on '
spent the with and Keystone Heights
holidays her Deacons came forward i body.
page of our savings account book! cousins, the Paters. 'I and let their Candles from the "'" Aft. For TRAVELERS Azaleas :S I tor 9 LOO to $1.00 ea. P. 0. Box 163 Phone 4105.

-1... "It was a new thrill each week to watch the total Mrs. Eride DeFonso of Phi- Christ Candle. of The the front aisle pew is at the left Insurance Company Hiway 100 at Hillcrest Keystone Heights Fla. I \

come closer and closer to the magic figure that .i ladephia,Pa. leftondayJa During the singing of the the children of reserved the Parish.for HomeOwnersAutomobile 2\2\ Miles East of S. E. McKay Realtor I

meant the down payment on a home of our own. 7, for her home after visiting final hymn, those representing I' Parents I Fire Keyjtone Heights ,
are asked to see that INCOME take. irunt Property. Homes
"Till finally, one week it came true all the .way! with Mr. and Mrs. George the present Bishops, the children sit in their pew !, 'Tel 4692, Day 4325, Nite and
We had our down payment. Today, we have our Massa and family. Mrs. De Priests, and Deacons, having every Sunday and ushers are ASK YOUR GULF MAN i! Acreage
home plus dreams Fonso, who came for Thanksgiving received their Keystone Heights-Ph. 3071
some new that we're going light from the requested to.inform visitors of L. R. j NURSERY STOCK .
to watch come true in the very same place: on the and has been enjoying Apostles, passed it through this arrangement. BRAULT ,MILLWpRK

pages of our savings account book!" our weather since is George : the congregation. I :Indians Top Hornets Keystone Heights Pb. 4151Hiway i iI I! Winifred H.CRAWFORD..

Want to watch your dreams coming true? 'Ve''eJot Massa's mother, j I|. AU the Young People from '45-40 At Melrose Jax 21 CITRUS IX CONTAINERS j| .

a nice new savings account book waiting for NOTICE:Starke Dry Cleaners kindergarten through college The Keystone Indians top- ,Keystone $L5OTo3.OO j Reg. Real Estate Broker .

ou '; O'Y! is open for business as J i took part. Mrs. William Nel- pei; Hawthorne's Hornets 45- I Plenty of Blooming Camellias! I L&ko Properties -' Acreage *
usual. Call-office open, 7 son was in charge of costum- 40 in a "home" basketball I. Millwork Shop
from 50c Rate Camellias Ranches Bujinea
up. City
to :.5:30: p.m., Monday a.m.I'. es, and Ralph I I L
i Copeland was .
THE KEYSTONE STATE I game Melrose on Friday grafted, $7.50 up. Plenty of l
BANK I Homes Sent&li
: Ph. 964-3201 for pi 1 the organist. The Choir sang evening, January 4 All of'I CABINETS DOORS !
I and delivery service in Starke, hymns appropriate for each I Keystone's home 7 WINDOW FRAMES Evergreens and Landscape -We Take A Personal Intere I
MEMBER\ F.D.I.C.A I; Klngsley Lake, and Keystone character as he came forward. j played in the Melrose gym are be-i t.J)5 SCREENS Plants In Your Requirements .
Friendly Rank in A areas. Vocal solos were sung by Mrs. cause KHS has no gym. Trim Materials "' Let ufl laadMftp* your borne Midway Keyaton Hfi&hU I I

Friendly Community Community Chuith .News, Alex Brokas, Richard Murr No one can deny that. bas'I''I 0. C. CARNES NURSERY Melrose I

Keystone Heights, Fla. ,L The Community. ChurchWomen hee, and Dr. Philip Parsons. !< ketball is a fast game but the, t6G6 Sash Made To Order !Hlway 100, Z3 mL E. of Stsrke I, HIM'sy tJ-Op M SoaSaysOB .... 1,1

held their first meeting The Annual Parish Meeting I Indians were just a little fas- Keystone Ueirhts TeL 42S5J, at Florahome, Ph. 6&1-5G65 5-28X1 ,

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worthy players were: Gary :
Cooper Billy Games George, limit -3 -
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the two teams running RIGHTS c THRU WEEKEND
neck-and-neck all the way. RESERVE! Qp ry
The girls won their game I Sao s
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making 16 points and Dianne
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Boy' Scouts Enjoy j PORK : ,
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boys of Boy Scout Troop 105 s9 Qy '

of Keystone weather Heights.The was. ideal as 'NG S i ROAST lB.69 STEW 2ge !

I Barry 18 boys Wyman their and scoutmaster Committee TIME AS S NEW LOW PRICE. 30Z = ( LB.
member William Beam .==
camped at Crystal Lake. CU8E
The boys were scored on sTE.iKs BEEF SHORT- ::
campcraft, patrol: spirit and ._ .,. _' _=;a BLUE RIBBON 7" CUT RIB =

i sawing cookcraft.The markmanship Flaming Other Arrow events and patrol included log--, I SHOP FOODFAIR/SETZER'SFOR.' 3'LB $'1'9 c :: ROAST lB.6ge RIBS LB. 39, I

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J, R. Smith pastor, Ralph s
Copeland Minister of Music

and church organist. LIMIT OF YOUR CHOICE WITH $2.50 FOOD ORDER
Services: Sunday School 1 : LBCpjTA 7.c v
9:43: a- m. Morning Worship ..
10:50: a. m. Training Union. .
i A t l. MAXWELL : IfilEGiant10 -
7:00: p. m. Evening services .. -. .
8:08: p. m. You are invited to I II
I share family Praver time with j
us. 'a, oa HOUSE TASTE

CIIURCIIRev. oz 0 ilC Gtttoz

Wm. W. WorstaU.'J _

;1 Daily offices. 8:30 a.m. to
nesdays 10 a.m. Holy Eucharist -
on 1st and 3rd Sundays P.S.G.OLD FASHIONED FYN E BIG400Z
each month. Morning Prayer .
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2nd and 4th Sundays. Litany I. BOILED HAM PKG 49 .4 .. .
Service on any 5th Sunday.
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Dr. A. C. Holt Minister. MAYFAIR FLA. GRADE A 011 JEVWELI"S" &:ii
Mrs George A. Canova! organist = '
and director.John Hudson COTTAGE (h. 25t ( ,
$ -: '
Youth Director. cup '.. ; A' SHORTENING ::

Sunday School, 9:30 am. MAYFAIR AMERICAN OR PIMENTO :;t- \ 1; =
Morning Worship 11 a. m. BRAVO SOUTH AMERICAN ;"1 i at'"I
Al LB 7C
Youth Groups 7 p.m.CALL SIicedCHEESEo25c 3' I
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The Hoard of County Commis- I ISOZ : y -- -' i DIXIE CHEF ::
sioners of Bradford County < ROSEDALE GARDEN
1 Lawtey Florida,, City City of of Starke Hampton, City, and oi SHRIMP P K6 39# i :' SPAGHETTIMEAT & SWEET Z
5/ PEAS S.
1 City of liruoker, will receive ; .
sealed bids $
at 10:00 A.M. on :
the morning of January 15 1963 FRESH OR SALTMullet 00 ROSEDALE WHO. KERN.
In the Courtroom, In the Court- 1 < BALLS.tI00 2ge
house, for the following described 3 120ZI 'rr.I; : Golden CORN z o R
pieces of equipment.. ROE LB.79c 303 CAM
1-Air Raid Siren Dual pur- I CANS "
pose. Federal Siren Model FYNE TASTE PURE S
3T22. 10 HP. 3 signal. %%0. ,

1-purpose use Remote with\. siren.Control Model RCG-3.ST22 units dual for I I L6..154 : .: :/ STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 2 J' 49t

Operating Switch. Air -
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dual 2!0 volts3.Sirens purpose siren- AF. : BALLARD OVEN READYBISCUITS'
Driven n o ndireotlonal '0 4 39c
tuo-tcne size It. 100 CAN,
db, 2 HI', :!20AC and j I MORTON FROZEN VIENAREAD! s
DC Federal Sign and Signal -
Corp. Model No. !. ,j I -
8-Remote Control unite for j i CHICKEN ..TURKEY BEEF.I .
use with above Model Xo. {I BISCUITS 39c iS F
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2 Sirens RC 2 j I CANS 2 35e 2 29 i iUDY
3-Federal Model "AR" Air, Y lBS
Raid Timers for use with I POT PIE- 5 ;
above M( Jel 2 Sirens I DEODORIZER '
The Hoard and the above .
named Cities reserve the right AIRWICK MIST 79c FAIR YEAST RAISED
to reject any and all bids. I
CHARLES A, DARBY j $ ot: i
Clerk !I 00 DONUTS 35'C


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Molly Krohn Defendant Gordon. QIJ222QOO 4 OOY_ .... ,
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East 66th Strut New York, N. ; Gnaw Stamps 2 Geta Stamps Grtta Stamps c. Sf 0 f Gnu Stamps .- 25 Stamps .. P Gnu Steeps .
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YOU that ARE a Complaint HEREBY for:NOTIFIED Declaratory --, I Wide tU Purchase oT a With the Purtbaae efV05 : :; with the Puirfasa of aQ:! With the IWiaw cf j jg With the Pwrsfaw cfRAISIN j 8 With the Purchase ofI
White :
Decree seeking to have Rain.Reg. or Dry ,oHAIRSPRAY Reg,or )Hard te Had I'g ::.( Merman Spray((9St Sue) S3: 2 Lb. Pkg. Farmer Gray Thick g:g:; Lad1 Fair SGced 1 Lb. lox fJf.
divorce obtained by you on August 1
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required to serve a copy of your At Our Regular low Prices Our Regular Low "Prices g At Our RegulAr Low Prices =- At Our Regular low.Pricii T't gj .
answer or pleading to the Plain- : 0 \ EXPIRES 1-1S-63- .. Our Regular;Law bks.EXPIRES At.Our"TJ"ar Lo r Pitons
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this 17 day of December, 1961. SOAP 2J 2lc 2EB3lc '
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TYy. We wish to express our ...........'Y'Y.'Y'Y. COMOKCUATIONALHOLINESS
everything. He liked them. honor and glory."
I I'-II( ( u1 H ii U 11 Sunday my grandaughter My son spent last Sunday I heartfelt sympathy to Mrs. CHURCH I
BROOKERBy Lee Parrish the
Go on death of I
iir 7xrizf had. a cold and did not feel afternoon with me. He watched jLets her grandfather, Tom For- EVERGREENBy I II North 301. 2% miles oat of 1 j\1
like coming over to go to the ball game and we.talked town on left of the road. 1
sythe at her
home Saturday
,, church. I walked to church and I made him coffee. Shirley GreenIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALJ Airs. Minnie L. Redding I Yours People's Meeting '
morning. The funeral was
-cerue& and got there in time for the Whoopee! I take Gabby for Gardening V held: Sunday afternoon at Phone 782-3232 Friday, 7:30: p. m. Sundae I'

Sunday School. I am now .in walks morning and evening.It School. 10 a.m. kjunday Night'Worship
6'y w'Qess o ra. Mrs. L. L. Dyal Swift Creek
a nice class and have a part is icy now so we walk in was the AAUTAWAV1UA&AaMr. 7 p. m. Everyone
POHCA. UEBRI== in the lesson for next Sunday.So the street. I have three daily By 'Hervey; Snarpe Wednesday and Thursday Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markeyand cordially invited to Attend

I feel more at home all papers each day to read. I Florida ,Arricultoral Extension guest of her daughter. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley and Mrs. Dutton Long. Rev. Carl Edmondson pastor t t
Harold Sorrells and Green the Jr. and family of Jackson- 1
granddaughters were New Year's
the time. I the
really enjoy have two evening papers now '
Service. Debbie and Sandra Day dinner guests of Mr. and ville were Saturday night JOHNSTOWN E
service and love all the people that just came to read. I take ',
Wherein Christmas passe many years Don and I were in Jacksonville. Mrs. A. L. Green. guests of the James Rosiers. BAPTIST CHURCH
although I do not know all the Sioux City Journal by ALL ABOuT; AMARYLLIS
-3, I watch the sunrise, together New Year's Eve. I
Mr. Mr. and The Sinclair of
the and Mrs. Mattox Wardof Mrs. F. M. Vickery Mosleys
and watch the old names yet, course. Everyone mail. Mid-way Lake Butler & Ral-
year Time does not seem to heal The Live Oak the and David of Jacksonville visited the Otis
is so nice to me. Gabby is asleep. I shall have amaryllis is vfikt- some were weekend Gainesvile visited -
out and New Year in a- the hurt in my heart 'very individuals it' is' guests of Mr. Mr. and Brewers on Saturday.Mr. ford on State Road 121
more attractive and Mrs. Terry Mrs. Ernest Edwards -
I often
days sing for take
lone. fast. It is still new and fresh. sacred soup supper Gabby'to when on a diet- McDavid and daughter Bar- |i and family and }IT. and I and Mrs. Eugene Mc- Angus B, Lawson Pastor I
songs. When I watched walk and try to sing play '
Ph. HY 6-2773
Sometimes I cry aloud arid ; bara Mrs. Donald of
G. E. Jacksonville
The secret Lynn. Green
of spend
profuse amaryllis Friday night.
Let the I
us walk softly friend: sun rise sang "Sunris with Gabby, and be of good
For strang paths lie beforeus call to Don. I think Gabby Tomorrow." I sing "God Will cheer. But Don is oft in my flowering a --starva Miss Kay Townsend of Pom- Air., and :Mrs. Tom Baxterof Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. / Bible School 10 a.m. Morn-

all untrod. recognizes some of the words Take Care of You," and "No thoughts and I think of this tion diet. When' preparing the .pano Beach was the guest of Jacksonville were visitingMr. Clyde Griffis. in! Worship 11 ajn. Sermon i

The New Year spotless from and is so upset over my tears. clever{ Alone." Sometimes I poem. bed for the bulb, ,8p l.de'in her father, J. E. Townsend and Mrs. J. P. Baxter Mrs. Flossie Rosier of Lowell j topic, This Year Thou Shalt \

the hand of God, I This morning I took a bath, sing during my morning de- Will you meet me at the only,one pound of low analysis -; recently. Sunday afternoon.J. i spent the weekend herewith Di<>"-in '6i? Youth Meeting I

Is thine and mine 0 friend. Gabby stays in the bathroomwith votionals. I wish you couldsee time, when song sinks into fertilizer such as a'4-8-8 Miss Brenda McDavid was I E. Townsend visited his friends and relatives.Mr. 6:30: p.m. Evening Worship,

|et us walk kindly friend;I me where it is good and Gabby. He points his noise silence, per 100 square feet of bed a patient in Alachua General aunt Mrs. Bonnie Mansfield, and Mrs. Alton Lee and Ir the Lord's Supper, 7 p.m. Topic I
warm. I dress leisurely. I then into the air high and howls area. Then. add a. mere '16 Hospital Gainesville Thurs- in Wauchula, and Mr. and
We cannot tell how long And the rain soft and greyas family and Mrs. R. E. Lee of I 'The Scriptural Observance -
I get breakfast. I give Gabby ounces of fertilizer a coupleof day to Saturday for Mrs. T. T. Guthery and family ,
this life shall last almost in tune with me. Ha! wings of moths an em- Green Cove Springs visited I of the Lord's Supper.**
i half of my egg. Ha! He will times during the growing ergency to remove a chicken : in Bartow over the weekend \
How soon these precious He is fun.I Throbs upon the pane? the Otis Brewers on Monday.Mrs. Mid-Week Prayer and Bible

years be overpast; I eat anything I eat. I then made popcorn balls again Though your steps fall wh.. season. r bone that lodged in her throat. I I Daisy Pringle returned Study, Wednesday 7:30p.m. (
read my Bible and new devo- The amaryllis is'popular Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ed- Mrs. Charles Johnson of
Let love walk with us friend. yesterday and put peanutsand so lightly, softly home with them for a few
-Lillian Gray. tional booklets. I said a pray raisins with the popcorn.I I shall feel you near though cause it. is a multi-use flower.: wards and daughters Patsy I Live Oak was the Tuesday days. .
er. It was still cloudy and These lily-like, bellshapedbeauties and Peggy. were the New t guest of Mr. and Mrs. Terry A =- ,
like them and Gabby does your voice be but a memory The Burchfield 'Millers and -
It is a nice new year. I was dark outside though 8 o'clock.I I shall hear. are used in border Year's Day guests of Mr. and McDavid a* Daughter Bar- daughter and Mrs. Gladys
_ lone last night, which was went into the back bedroom too.POPCORN BALLS. I pop a So the New Year is here. I planting, in beds and as Mrs. John Dykes at Salt I bara Lyn Pringle of Sanford spent sun- WILLIAMSJEWELRY
ew Year's Eve. I fully meant and the window shades. specimen plants. Springs. Mr. ar.virs.. J. R.
I put up large pan of corn, then shake am alone in Indiana with Mott day with the Leslie McClel- ,
o sit alone to watch TV unit One window faces the the pan and lift out the pop- Gabby. What will another year ,Indoor gardeners can also Jackie Parrish of Jancin j and sons were the Sunday lans. :

the New Year came in, but I east. The ground here is flat ped kernels carefully into an- bring forth? I started writing grow them as potted plants. Beach was the Sunday night I dinner guests of Mrs. BrooK Church Activities !

was sort of reclining on the and quite a bit of timber yet. other pan. I pop my corn ina this column for the Telegraphin i If planted now the bulbs dinner guests of her parents i{ Perryman in Gainesville. The Executive Board
avenport. I was reading and : I noticed the sky was pink in large iron skillet. Wipe it 1944, January. Which will orbit from their under- Mr. and Mrs. Lee Parrish, and | Miss Ann Vickery and Guy ing was held at meet-I REPAIRS

ell asleep. I could not find I the east. I stood and watched out carefully and put in it 2 counts up to 19 years ago. I ground launching site into an grandparents Mr. and Mrs Spence of Gainesville were Thursday night. I WATCMJ1-DLAMONPA

nything on TV I wanted to I until the sun rose over the cups of sugar, % cup water wonder how many have been extravaganza of color In six Calvin Johnson. visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Church and Sunday School I

ee. So I woke up a little af- woods across the farmlandand I l Vz cup molasses or karo syrup. reading it all these years? to eight weeks. Bulls are now Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Green Green and family Saturday was well attended considering'! AH Work Guaranteed

er 11 and was so sleepy I I shone like a ball of fire. A r Put it on the fire and stir and All my love and prayers; on sale at garden. nte.r.s.: five and Cherie Hinton returned afternoon.Mr. the weather.. A. C. Williams

Vent to bed. I had not been new year and a new day. I I cook until it forms a rather God Bless You Everyone. and dime stores and at su- last Monday after a week's ana Mrs. Jimmy Clark A Youth Sing will be held : 142 W. Can St.

o bed but a short time when loved the sunrise even if I'', solid ball when dropped in Love permarkets. Color selections visit with A-3c and Mrs. Tom- and son of Starke visited Mr. at Evergreen on Sunday, Jan. ; Starke, FLA.r .

abby ran barking into the did stand there and let the II cold water. Remove from fire MOTHER LURA include red pink, white andcombina'tions my' Cox in Biloxi, Miss. and and Mrs. Lloyd Clark Sunday 20, at 2 p.m. The public is i

vine room. I did not know tears roll.Christmas. and add 1 tablespoon of vinegar of these colors. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hinton and afternoon.Mrs. invited. ; 'I! ..r:

until awhile ago but my Eve my son came I and one of butter or oleo. PENTECOSTAL Bulbs are graded accord- daughters in New Orleans La. L. L. Dyal attended V V -

randson and girl friend drove | in his truck to get me. It is Then pour it over the popped HOLINESS CHURCH tion.to John Davis of Gainesvillewas tha Girl's Auxiliary meeting

p to spend the midnight : warm and runs good. It was' I visiting friends here Sat 1 for workers
Tuesday at tha
corn, stirring; then add i 324 W. Brownlee St. Gas Genie
For the best possible, dash of :
our with me. I got up and a nice cold evening but cloudy: urday. First Baptist Church i la says
wked out, and they were ,| and snow flying at times. Although I salted peanuts that have no j Sunday School, 10 a. m. color pay, the, extra price.for Mr. and Mrs. Alan Mess- Starke. V
hulls. I stir in raisins and pecan -!I Morning Worship, 11 a. m. the Exhibition.Too .
one when my lights was out. : my brother was lying more of Savannah, Ga. spentthe John Green and
i meats. Stir until all the Terrel THOSE
I Evangelistic Service, 7:30 m. '
p. or"sbil'tQ0rich '
'o I stayed up and watched a dead. I tried to be brave and I much shade .Christmas holidays Vith Green have returned to the
corn is coated. Then I wet my !
I Prayer Meeting in nitrogen also causes! her
parents Mr. and Mrs. A.
ate show. When the clock forget. We had plenty to eat University of Florida in Gain-
hands and make balls. 7:30 for the sick
truck 12, as usual I fell upon and lots of presents. I enjoyed p. Prayer flower failure.- Bulbs plantedin L. 'Green. WHO
I1Y HELPFUL HINTS: To blueberry at all ervices.-David T. Mc- often'dies esville after spending the hol-
deep so
knees beside my chair and ;, Christmas. I got many A-2c and Mrs. Creig Wood
sked God to take me through i iie things. From my good editor's pie add some lemon Ghee, pastor seek a sunny spot"for the.:jest and sOn, Jeff, of Albany, Ga. idays with their parents, Mr. ;/ I
I juice. Add a bit of red color- show of color. and Mrs. A. L. Green and Mr. I KNOW
New Year. I then went in Starke I
| family got good are home on leave visiting and
ing to cherries and LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH If want to Mrs. Roy Green.
your you propagate
ack to bed. I had time meats. I shared them
a go-i i pecan with his parents Mr. and
strawberries when making pies Sunday school 9:45 am. The Home DemonstrationClub
: amaryllis by' cuttage; then
to sleep again. For with who is diet USE
if? so my son on a Mrs. L. C. Wood, :Mr. and Mrs. met
Dec. 19th at the
or preparing strawberries for Morning worship 11 am. make use of-a thorp knife at
short cake. To remove stains Evening worship 7 pja. bulb digging. time during Indian W. E. Bigham, Jr. and fam- Community Center with their
I Did you know that 99 out of 100 hotel and restaurant In the I
ily, and Mr. and Mrs.
from hands, use peroxide and Summer. Cut the bulbs Stanley annual Christmas party. Gifts
I Everyone welcome. I United States use gas for cooking Why is gas their choice
then wash in suds. Bleach the into number of piece&up Green. were exchanged and refresh-
d I Rev. D. E. Willis Pastor. a pets who are responsible for preparing good food know"
liquid will do also. to 60 pieces J!:you desire. Be Mrs. T. W. Markey was ments were served.
r For something different, I sure each piece'has: a portionof visiting Mrs. Eudell Vaughn The winners in this year's that gas brings out the goodness and appetizing appearance

bake a box cake in an angel i the stem tissue or basal in: King's Memorial Hospital in Out Door Christmas Decora- of foods and they know It's faster, cleaner, more dependableand

food cake pan. Esterbrook Cartridge and 'plate of the bulb attached to Lake Butler Friday afternoon.Kirk tions Contest sponsored by more economical. Isn't It logical that you should witch

So the new year is hereI Fountain Pens $1.95 $2.95 the scales. Williams and David the Brooker Garden Club I to Natural Gad

just say "God, take care of,I $3-95 at The TELEGRAPH., Next, dust the wedges with Green of Jacksonville were were first place went to Mrs. I ,

I things for me. Plan my life ferbam or thiram 'to prevent guests: last week of their Ernest Edwards and second to I I STARKE NATURAL GAS

i diseases and then set ,the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Sue McDavid. The ladies I CITY HALL Phone 964.1301

KEEPS OUT COLD :FlOt IStfi cuttings ,in flats 'or in. beds Dave Green. were each awarded a Camellia. '. I

SHATTER PftdO* containing' mixture-of 'peat -

HOLDS BEAT lASTS'FOAYCARS and sand. ,or ,other porous me-

4 MENc SaI es ti rf j If the' leather Is humid',

small bulblets will form between
.. e.R
2s$ I the scales of the cut
pieces' in about four 'weeks

These will be ready for pottingor

TIME o'Make nurV planting after one' growing If like 'em solid
7 n' ,CSC oa3 I you ,
interht Tel M+ c roia T. : season.

r r. @ r ft You can grow amaryllis i sure-footed and quick I

IME to ye U T from seed. Harvest the seed ,

>n Your Fuel VS i it I I 0 u UT ; I : pods soon after they turn yellow ...... Faiilane's kind of !
;: :t ? lI.- j t -. S and begin to break open. 4r7R9L. ,.. your car r
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FLEX-OGlASStotwan,, t ..WClMAVflOENUINE FIEX-O-GLASS- pods, -dry them "for a few
SLAM THE DOOR-and listen to the
window material that carries a p days and then .sow them in 'S

,.._tdVS YEAR GUARANTEE Look for tha STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES flat. Be sure.-the soil is: well II solid thunk of a car that's all muscle.
name REX-O-GLASS WHEEL-and discoverthis
on thi edge. drained and partially shaded. t GET BEHIND THE

>at Gtnuln FLEX-0-OIAS8 At Your Local Hdm. of Lnt* OJa 215 E. WASHINGTON ST. Harden the I infant plants by hot new middleweight gives you the

I gradually exposing them to room of a big car. MOVE 'ER OUT-

I Ole Sol's rays. and learn how Fairlane unsnarls traffic.

Indoor gardeners who can't 4.S (It's over a foot shorter than standard cars.)

wait for nature .to"' take its -"' -....,, m HIT THE OPEN ROAD-This tight, trim
course can' force amaryllis to

I y AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY flower at any time of. the I 4-Door Fairlane Sedan 09 Fairlane has the solid feel of a big carl

year. For this inside job., pota Choose from two lively Challenger V-8's

I mature bulb with onehalfto with up to 164 horses. .9 models: hard-
two-thirds oi the bulb above ""
--- tops, wagons and sedans.
the soil and maintain, a
OJTO BRAKES Crane Motor Co. CONCRETE PRODUCTS LADIES WEAR constant temperature. With a AND REMEMBER-in any Fairlane, you

LARK ANGLIA bit of luck and not too much L enjoy the kind of care-free driving fort

ENGLISH FORD Cherry's coodling a tall, walking cane- which Ford cars are famous (maintenance
lull's Brake Supply"BRAKE INSIST THAT ALL TOUR like stem will forth
MERCEDES BENZ VOLVO Gainesville's Moat Fashionable pump 'ct P Y stops are reduced to twice a year, or
CONCRETE PRODUCTS from the bulb and become
SPECIALISTS" Authorized Sale t: Service every 6,000 miles).
ARE THE: BEST FROM Address For Ladiei decked with a cluster of b_ ell.
"ConpleU Service f. All
;Fer Every Car 01- Truck DRESSES SUITS -06ATSACCESSORIES shaped flowers. I -----I
.." America's liveliest,most care-free cars!
"urnint Grinding RWialnj; Edwards Building ; Diseases are not a serious ''
6M 2. Unirodty AT. -
While You Wait FR 2-4ZS1 105 W.. University. OeLneyill# problem in amaryllis production S 5, : : FORD E::::
111 S. Main O&lDN thinen1I1o.'GLIBWAGD. FU, Supply Inc. but it is a sound practice -

FU 3-9839 to keep an eye' open fora I/iCil., oux< .,_.T UMC*.-*0u
\ MOVER fungus known as ,"red-
721 S. Mala FR 2-UU + acoaia IIDOJIW:
I *ale Sen** PattI' blotch." 'Fwrtao* Squire ;
Gt.1nen1l1e. Fku Gainesville
These red. spots form;. :on
WTO RADIATORS Miller-Brown Motors
MayflowerLOCAL leaves, stems,' and-Petais.'The

Inc.FRZ ELECTRIC MOTORS spots on foliage' are' bright

Butler's Radiator *se AND LONG red to purplish,:small at' :first, f a u k

lOst X. University AT*. DISTANCE MOVING but increasing to large blotches -

Service Storage And later.. Heavily infested .
Electric Motor crating wasfaidaoe -
Oatesrill+ *
I plants may wither and dry
lost Modem Core In Stock{. Repair Co.OF I GalncfTffle R i-fSl4i j up before producing flowers.

Repairs All Cars Trucka B & G Motors Co. To prevent the disease soak trFr: .

National Trailer ,Rental GAINESVILLE. INC. s..
CADILLAC' OLDS-MOBILE bulbs in a 1:1.000 bichlorideof d
19 S. W. 4tH Ave.. Gain vWe. COMPLETE ELECTRIC SEWING :MACHINES : mercury solution before
FU.U6) -
planting.If .
Sale and Service
Sewing Machine the fugus show on plants
001 N. W 19th. Bt. '
fight the disease: with &. neutral -
WTO SALES & SERVICEIMPERIAL : FR 6-7615 "Distributer of Service Co.. copper spray at the rate T-'

New Lincoln MoteW of 1 ounce in 2 gallons:of water -
FR 2-8311 New Home Wfette \ r
SLMCA Root and'bulb rot fungf'ajsoravage
PLYMOUTH VALIANT 1030 8. Main G&inen111lGARDEN Need Pfaff .
Sale Part Service amaryllis: 'These 'diseases' % \c 500 sports Coupe
Authorized Sales Parti. Sales It Service V
USED CARS TOO ,cannot bet cured. Butthe'plant"
Service Repairs On Ail UafcM '
pests can be prevented -
Poole-Gable Motors SUPPLIES 815 W. Unir. Ave., GaineevCb by starting the seed1 or rr

UJTO SALES & SERVICE 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. G&i.nuviIl. S76-107 bulbs 4-1 clean soil that has

FR 2-4MS Johnson & Paris, been fumigated or. treated.
with steam.

LINCOLN11LCCVU Automatic Transmissions InGOotapiete ROOFING Insects don't usually gnawon

amarylliS. Occasionally"the
line lit
ONE DAY SERVICE lubber grasshopper and the

Authorized Salas garrlc- AIL MAKES REPAIR IUDSl'IANTS' The Helzel Ce. caterpillar stage' of the Spanish -

Part AND EXCHANGE F1t 1TI2TERsIDMetieide. ROOFING moth feed on the plants.

-Pe* IQpUeI You may control the insects
Trained Mechanic Q..4 Gator Automatic 'We Rent Ferttlixr" txe*dens' SHEET METAL with a'spray: of 3 level table- TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

Used Can Transmission ServiceINC. AIR COXDITIONINaNo spoons of either 40 percent.

224 N. W. tth Art. Job Too Large Or Too Small toxaphene wettable .powder. or

Barkley Motors 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P. O.; FE 2-N7I J02 8. E. 4th St. GaintuTtik 40 percent chlordane wettable 2 ZOS West Madison Street Starke, FlanSET.SAILFOR 4I |

615 N. Mate. G&laejfWt ,aineavfflo PHONE: 372-0372 (iaineevthe, l'lI. FR !-lUli powder-in a gallon of water. I TRADE
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