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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 5, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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I'I The Bradford County School Morgan said, "Let's adopt a de- Bradford County Com had recommended only 15

Board will meet again Monday cent plan and let the County mission wrote "finis" Tuesdayto precincts, which he said

I to consider a re-districting planof Commissioners do what they ,, its tortuous task of redis- would provide maximum effi-

its own. want to." tricting the county after almost ciency and economy but a

The board, meeting :Monday, The Board asked Charles a year of grappling with majority on the Commission

[ before the County Commission Hardy, consultant for the the complex problem insisted on maintaining poll-

! Tax Collector Kelly, Tax A essor Long, Taxpayer Clark approved its plan on Tuesday, County .Commission, for the < S Finally adopted was the ing places at Graham and

termed the proposed redistricting original plans he drew that did .wk Y modified "pie-shaped"" plan. New River.

Record Payment in the Starke area "a .Include the "gerrymander." ., "4s ," with each of the five new districts The Commission had given

mess." They decided to hold a special dipping into Starke's tentative approval! to the pie-
Main: of objection from Monday to "straightenout zs
meeting
point ,
heavily concentrated popula- shaped plan earlier in the

Checlii the School Board was a gerry- the mess." tion. Although at first strong.? fall, in order to meet a coust-
II $95,000 mander by the Commission in Objections were "aired" on
ly opposed by Commissioners imposed deadline to redis-
District 2 to take in an area the strip, with all members
3 from- the three outlying dis- trict, but reserved the right to
along Bessent Road in east commenting that Roberts does
tricts, the pie-shaped plan make minor changes in the;
not live Bessent Road
Starke, where County Commis- on yet.
i sioner George Roberts plans to Under State law, the School ; h b r."t r. was finally accepted as the!! plan.The
solution to hav- final revision before
only possible
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From Florida Gas.The build a home. Roberts resides Board can change district
n each district included
at present In Saratoga Heightsin boundaries. But the boundaries ing reasonably adoption Tuesday a
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west Starke. In order to Commission sets the voting equal on a population basis transfer of the Saratoga

make it possible for Roberts to precincts. This "legal dilem- ., Charles Hardy, who was Heights area from Commissioner -

,Continue to run from District ma" puts the School Board in employed by the Commissionto Russell Green's District
largest single tax pay Kelly. Mr. Clark said "Florida now 60 million gallons per (2 after moving his residence to the precarious position of be- work up the new district Five back to Commission! r

ment in Bradford County history Gas is looking forward to year, or 26 per cent of the total east Starke, the Commissiontook ing able to set its own district ...:._ lines, as well as voting pre- George Roberts' District Two

was made last week many years of friendly asso consumed in Florida. in a strip extending across 'boundaries. But the oundariesset cinct boundaries, said there This area including about

when A. L. Clark, Florida Gas ciation with the people of The Brooker plant has the town along the north side of I must conform with the vot- Assistant Farm Agent ArrivesTo are approximately 1,100 votersin 200 people, had been added to

Company's ad valorem tax Bradford County, and we are distinction of being the only Bessent Road. ing precincts set by the County each district under the new Green's district to help equalize : -

manager presented a check proud to pay our fair shareof producer of motor fuel in the School Board member W. E. Commission. I plan. the population factor.

for $95,042.78 to Tax Collector local taxes" state. A blending stock ma- Lawson termed this "the Ber- Keystone Bus Begin Duties In The new set-up provides for Commissioner Roberts lives

J. R Kelly. In Full Production terial is added to the natural lin Corridor" and said it would The Board voted to maintainthe CountyBob 17 precincts with nine of in Saratoga Heights now, but

The check represented pay- Florida Hydrocarbons, a gasoline produced, making almost split his School Board school bus previously own- them located in Starke. Hardy [Continued On Page 51 .

ment of the companys 1963 subsidiary of Florida Gas, has 67,000 gallons of motor fuel District 2 into two segments. ed by parents of school children ucation .If
Taylor, Bradford Coun- in 1955. After serving
taxes on property in Bradford just completed its first year; daily. Two grades are pro Several other objections were in Keystone Heights in re-
assistant in
ty's new agricultural the armed forces he went
County with an assessed of operations and is now in ducedeconomy or regular voiced to the re-districting job turn for the Keystone Bus Parents agent, assumed his duties to Nawberry High School as Negro CouncilmanElected
value of $2,400,070. This includes full production at the designed -and output is equivalent to done by the Commission as related Association not charging
here Monday and is spendingthe vocational agriculture instructor -
a gas products extras rate of 200,000 gallonsof nine transport trucks a day. to areas within the city Bradford County students
first few days getting acquainted position he held At Lawtey
tlon plant [Florida Hydro liquid products per day. The plant, which has 27 of Starke. "fares." with the area. One 5% years before leaving to

carbons], and a compressor .according to Will Gillett employes, utilizes natural ga The board had no objection to The Keystone parents group .
of his first visits was with come here.
station, both located about general manager. supplied by Florida Gas Com- the manner in which the Com pays the bus driver's salary to Tom Edwards [above to view Taylor will assist County Robert Scott, a, 49-year-old council candidates who trail-
two miles north of Brooker.. Each day the plant extracts pany's pipeline mission had set boundaries out- transport children from Keystone I
the Black Angus steers Tomis Agent G. T. Huggins with the Negro brick mason was one: ed the top three were: Milo
Gene Long, Bradford Coun 100.000 gallons of propane Gillett said the side of Starke. Heights to Bradford of three councilmen .
hydrocarbon readying for the State overall farm program here, city Smith, 75; Dick Thomas 48;
ty tax assessor, said "This is 60,000 gallons of butane and Board member Rodney P.:'High, and had previously
his elected in a hotly contested: Leo Dyal, 33 and W- P.
by-products of companyare ] for Show at Tampa in February, with special emphasis on ;
Hall said he didn't want to charged'a pro-rated price '
,
the
largest assessment ever 40,000 gallons of natural gas
city election at Tues 31.
Lawtey Kemp.
available for future development "rubber-stamp anything like picking up children along and the Gainesville area show youth work, including orga-
made by the assessor's office oline..
here." Gillett said the plant's an-, of a chemical com-.this." I|State Road 100 and transporting in March nization of Boys 4-H Clubsin day.Mayor Mrs.. Reddish, unopposed
: Charles.R Shuford for clerk. 152.
In presenting the check to nual production of LP gas h: plex in this area. I School Superintendent H. P.I, Bradford them to County school in took Starke title: Taylor is a native cf Baker the and county.He his. wife. Carolyn Marshal M. M. .Jordan- and, A proposed polled change to mays

I to the bus last month in an ef- County and graduated from and their three-year-old Clerk Ethel Reddish: all won the office of marshal appoin-

I fort to aid Keystone parents the University: of Florida with daughter, Kathy, are residingat new terms as 75 per cent ol tive rather than elective was

To Boulevard Of Presidents II ; after the Keystone City Coun- a degree in agricultural ed- 710 N. Walnut Street. Lawtey's qualified' voters defeated by a' vote of 85 to' 29.

I cil refused to keep the title turned out at the polls; 247 Scott will be the first Negro ,

t t, .. ; .. the bus for insurance' and toj voted out of a total 323 wl- 1. to serve on the haw ley .

Changer Proposes To I. at purposes. Mayor, Council Chairman: are qualified. council\ *and the- first to hold

Change ?, .. The bus will b.."gasfied-up" .*" *. .,....,., .-+ : ,. Ineumbent.COW1Cilmar1 'any elective office in the

; A maintained by Bradford in Dave Shuford led in the county since reconstruction

Name Of North Temple Avenue ( ,. kW exchange for any pick-up's along Lawtey Solons Loose Blast council race with. 105 ,votes days when there was a Negro

State Road 100 the Board Spurgeon Spud] Massey was county commissioner. Hs!

.1 I requires: runner-up with 85, and Scott election came as no surprise
: vxr n .jr Other Measures third to win '''a seat with'] since voters outnumber
: ran Negro
A has been Sewer Problemsas
public hearing j is named.McMillan said he was Defending
.? n:: ,, 1. The Board voted to pav 84 votes. whites in Lawtey, 174 to 148
set by the Starke city council ]not! against changing the, name ; ,
I the new school maintenance for Tuesday,. December 17, at I of Temple Avenue,, except for. '
7 p. m. on a resolution by the :sentimental reasons. j man $375 per month. Lawtey Mayer Charles Shu- The mayor also said such vctes, was two-to-one fav- at the first council meet-

Chamber of Commerce to "The people stirred u pit about 2. They decided to have a ford and Councilman H- C. publicity has decreased the orite over his opponent, M. ing in JanuaryDropout -

change the name of North : should certainly here (at ,I i >, ;.,. joint. School Board and School "Hermie" Kelly have leveleda value of any property Lawtey L- Turner, who polled 76. He I

Temple Avenue to the "Boule- the hearing) to have their Bus Drivers meeting sometimein blast at County SanitarianJack residents might want to sell has held the post since 1951.

vard of Presidents." say," Councilman Seeber Goodman i I t January. Trawick and The Tele- He said that several residents Marshal Jordan was favor- I Rate
I 3. Voted to settle the school's ed almost 3 to 1 former
The resolution was presentedto said. City Clerk Merrill graph over an article which currently have property up over
the council at its meeting Edwards commented that if the "banking'problem" by letting marshal: Mitchell Brown. attempting I
t states that raw sswags flovsin ; for sale.
,
I ; r Bank have the school
Tuesday night December 3, by I name of Temple Avenue is go- .,r n Florida and Community open ditches il.the. town. "All that property up for comeback. Thf Only 3 Per Cent

Chamber Secretary Peter J. '1 ing to be changed now is a good account Bank one have year the account the "It's a slam on our town sale and then the papa comes vote was Jordan, 175; Brown,
Novak who said the measure time since the street has just i aa 59.
I resent it Shuford
r Now the general Mayor out and says we live in a dog
would be taken to honor the I been re-routed to go straight s :vf : next 'year. the said. He also termed the article pen," the mayor stated. Incumbents Leslie. Phillips, At
fund 'is between two
late President John F. Kennedy j through town, thus changing banks and split"bookkeeping Lets which appeared in last "I'm glad they put it in the with 79, and H. C. Kelly, 55 BradfordHigii

and all past presidents of the many addresses.In : said. week's [November: 28] issue paper." Councilman Phillips lost in their bids for reelection -
United States. He said plansare other action at the meeting .. .... confusing, Morgan cf the Telegraph "not to the Council. Othei
: as replied. "I see children playing Dropcuts at Bradfo-1
if the measure is okayedby the council:
the council, to place a plaque Voted to permanently rescind First Berries Are PickedlIike Cigarette Tax good town. advartisement"Shuford and for Kelly the I! "in these ditches every County High School! are
day. *.
averaging three ,
Starke Needs only cent
per
bearing each president's nameon their previous action of givingthe
Hits New High spoke Monday night, Dec 2, "I guess you don't have according to
a survey receni-
the median strips betweenthe local Draft Board a free cent stand from this setting,\\J
and Charles at an election eve meeting of much property here," Kelly
ly completed by Principal T
doubled lane highway. parking space on West Call sons of Mr. and Mrs.NOrman\\ and these plants are now ,,1 In[ September the Lawtey city council. told Phillips More Housing, L.
Casey- Covering a perioJ
Novak also said the boule Street The action was takenat loaded with bloom and small !
vard would ''bring national rec the of the :l erchant's Norman proudly "Just what has Trawiclc "It wouldn't matter if I !from Sept 1, 1962 to date,
collections
request first 12-pint flat or straw\ berries.: The plants are so Cigarette tax dene fcr us over the years?" did." Phillips said. Skilled/ // LaborLack the survey lists 40 dropout
ognition to Starke. Association. berries picked in the county large that Mr. Norman saysit zocmed to a new high of $6,- Shuford asked he
Mayor as Clerk Ethel Reddish
announced -
None of the council members A committee headed by Merchant.s Through Tuesday, will take a cold in the low20's 720.70 in Starke for th from an enrollment of 1,159The
this season. his blast. ,
opened that the annua 1 availability
of housing and principal explained
made statements for
or againstthe Association President Before
since
had harvestedfive to do much damage month of September.I l 1
the Normans "I don't know Chairman
measure but City Surveyor Charles Sawyer appeared at tax franchise check from the of skilled employee: that each dropout was visited
to the berries are protected by the increase in cigarette
Merrill McMillan reminded Novak the public hearing set Tuesday flats, and expect pick collections here Kelly rep1id- But after a Florida Power & Light Company ; were named as the major during the period under stu

that 1 orth Temple Avenue night on the matter by the four or five more this Satur- foilage.Mr.. Norman. has 25th acres had es last averages July around $5,000 moment cf thought he mentioned this year totals $1,570.02., items which caused interested dy, and the folliwlng causes

and several other Starke council but no one was there to day. the county "foginamachine" The council also purged the industries to decide not tr for quitlng school: were given -
this as com- month.
that are now of berries year, per
streets, are named for local represent the Draft Board. The plants I in the area which periodically voter registration books,, locate in Starke, Mayor Randal :
20 acres towns
set with about Other
contributed to' beginning to yield were pared has sprayed the Lawtey area striking! off several in
pioneers who "Each parking space means names Chitty said Tusedaj 21
believes there corresponding increases Marriage, ; military service -
Sept. 20, last season. He showed
the growth of Starke and Brad- several thousand: dollars to the by Mr. Normnn on I inacreage for mosquitoes."If preparation for Tuesday'selection. morning, December 3, in f 7; employment and
is 15 cent increase for September:
drizzling
ford County. merchants,*' Sawyer told the followed by a week favorable of -1 I a per in the county over Brooker collected $216.87; it were true [that raw After the names had speech before the Civitan other causes, 9; early colics-

Temple Avenue is named for council in asking that the rain. Due to i sewage flows in the streets] been marked off there were Club. 1 reform school L

Simon J, Temple who owned a parking spaces "be kept open conditions he seta!: 99 per I last year's.B I Hampton Heights, ,$1,262.69$20340;; Lake Keystone Butler somebody: would b sick fromit 323 still on the list. An unof The mayor said that thr entry death,, I,; ,

large sawmill here in pioneer for buying public." Sawye- ," Kelly stated. ficial count showed thenwere
our Chamber o f Commerce
Fair AssociationTo & E AttemptedAt 1329.06; Lawtey $503- The 12th grade led in number
days and for whom Temple'sAddition said if free parking was granted Both Mayor Shuford an:? 149 white voters registered through its secretary Pete Novak
.40 Maccienny, $2,60880.Penney of dropouts with 16 lira
to the Town of Starke or it Buck's Grocery ; Chairman Kelly said as far and 174 colored. ;
one person agency Meet Dec. 6 Farms $78.07: Waldo, is presently in close contact grade had 12: 10th grade
might create a policy which\ I they knew, the sanitarian: with a major industrybut
$375.70. eight: and 9th grade, four
would result in too many free The Bradford County Fair I 1 A breaking and entering. at- has never made a thorougn he labeled the shortage oi

parking spaces. Association will meet at 8 'I temp at Buck's Grocery on U. 1 1I Tobacco AcreageCut check of the water in Lawteyto I Charges Mounting housing and employees as the Grades 7 and 8 had none

Christmas Passed another resolutionof m. Friday, Dec. 6, at the FairIgrounds. :S. 301 north of Starke was! determine if it is con- .On "Businessman"Charges "two major needs" to mat !. One tangible result of C11'
December study Casey<<: said, was that I
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its own. making it Treasurer Bill Epps I foiled I Tuesday: morning, 10Fluecured Per Cent taminated. Starke attractive to an !In

Shopping possible to borrow $65- will give a financial report on 3, when the owner Buck Some of the mayor's ir? still coming in dustry.In eight of the dropouts interviewed I
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'000 from the Florida Bank: ati the 'recent Fair, and the Asso- 'Carter, caught two Negroes in tobacco allotments seemed to be directed at "ner the returned to school. H* I
against Starke's alleged his speech mayo; fact .
this to the
SeasonSTARTS Starke to be used to install ciation will .also set the dates ;the attempt. for 1964 have been cut Councilman Leslie Phillips businessman" of last month. cited as successes the city' attributed

i sewer, street and water im- for next year's Fair. I Carter mid he was sleeping'in 10 per cent according to information who apopared in a picture Another worthless check education for its em "we showed them that we
program "
TODAYAT I!orovements in the city's utilities l Fair Manager Peter Novakstates the rear of the store when received from the along with the article, pointing charge against RL.. Farrell ployees, the bond refundinf wanted them back.
in frontHe factors listed b/
1 expansion program. Some that there is some senti- he heard something U. S. Department of Agriculture to a' ditch in which sewage filed this week by W. H. the city council k Four were I
I of the will also to Fair to slipped, out the back way Mildred Sapp, was program Casey as contributing to thedecline
I Mrs.
money go ment for moving the a by was said to flow. set '
has been
Jr. Bond
ALL two'Negroes Ergle presently investigating an' rate
: said he in
'' off note at the and surprised dropout : I
an existing office don't smell
pay spring date. local ASCS manager. "The ditches t
at $500. bringing Fanell'sbond the new Utility Departmen!
I trying to 1- The teacbeiV vital 'ton
'xmk. The will !be borrowed additional as they were lost of !
for a
money Plans building This will mean good cr look good, Phillips
total to nearly $5,000. established. In thr '
Starke recently
Stores in the front door of the individual
for each as I
at four per cent for 43 !facilities at the Fairgroundswill get approximately 25 acres since said during the discussion cern
'store with a pocket knife. Farrell is charged with category of "needs" for the well for the subjects they
., !nonths. It will be' repiii L1'nont.hy be discussed. the 1963 allotment was 253 "We don't drink that water," as
installments of $1,500 Both men ran, Carter said, stealing William J. Dodd'f city he named an overpass a! teach.
See Mrs. Sapp said. the told him.
SpecialSHOPPING acres manor
AIII'h plus a final payment of and Deputy Sheriff A. E. received a truck and "taking off" with a Bradford High School so students 2- More freedom for stu-
School Board them In 1962. growers Shuford and Kelly both will not have to crosf
Brown said no trace of truck-load of merchandise dents to experience individual -
SECTION $500. followed -
4 7 allotment increase,
could be found. agreed that conditions in merchants- busy U. S301, and sidewalkron
ttc from Starke
to I
Funds responsibility.
pledged repay; Sets HolidaysBradford a' 5 cent cut In
I by per
much better
Lawtey now are west
This Issue! note are one-half of the city's McCallum's Wholesale Co. Orange Street in 3. National emphasisen

,sewer service charge ani 25 County Schools Legion To Sponsor 1963.The additional 10 per cent than they used to be before in Gainesville Is going to file Starke and Pine Street in importance of staying in
wells
residents drilled deep off the
Reno to keep children
cent of the utility tas. Farrell for merchan- school.
per against
start the followed meeting n 1
will "officially" cut
a Both said they do not believe school
Dances roads while walking to
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'Square attended dise amounting to $350. 4. Broadening the curri
t Raleigh K. C. on Nov. 15. -
Christmas Holidays when froma
This Space Contributed No School FridayAt I by representativesfrom that water coming Charles McCallum, owner of Chitty said the two streetsare culum to met the needs of
school lets out Friday, Dec.j I The American Legion is eon- deep wen is bad. the was in Stark extremely busy each students.
all the tobacco produc- company,
Weekly to Publicize : Bradford Schools isoring round and Farrell morning as students walk to
20.The a square I ing states. Recommendations Monday to charge Among the innovations H
c Community Events by School Board voted to I j dance each Saturday night- I were made concerning the SCHOOL WATER SAFE with taking meats and gro- schoolHe said a shortage of the field of curriculum are:

i There will be no school tomorrow start the holidays on Dec. t cerie ThP County Judge was funds Is keeping these pro A team-teaching program
starting Dec. 7 and featuring alarming tobacco surpluses. Principal Connie Clark .
Friday, December 6, 20 and resume school on Mon- Thomasolin's dance Florida representatives ret said yesterday that Sani- out and McCallum said he jects from being completed.But that attempts to find how fara
The j day. Jan. 6. at the usual tim Doug the mayor no longer student has moved in
CommunityState several cent academic
for Bradford County's I t cnmmfndpd a five per tarian Trawick has pro- would return later to file this "
The motion was passed unJ -jband of Jacksonville. The recommended placed community spirit" as learning and helps him
no
thousand students while their I cut Georgia nounced the water supply -
Bank J ominously by the board at ,dances will be under the man-reduction, and North Carolina charge. McCaHum's has already Starke's main problem as It advance as far and as fast
teachers spend the day wonting I it's regular monthly meeting;agement of Jimmy Sullivan, j favored ten cent f at the Lawtey"schoolas filed a Worthless check was In a survey by the Jay.
a per
.1 ion evaluating their schools. Monday. and the public is invited. cut. "perfectly safe. charge against Farrell. cee's a few years ago. (Continued on Page 6)W".r ) _


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: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
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L: ; I Mr. Haas 89 I and that on Deoember1S63 << 30th. I

[ iirn Nursing Home I I .\ ilb' pply to the Honorable I
'e \fhern1 A* Yawn, County -
I 7 : Services RECREATION NEWS Judge of 'brad ord County
: Friday Florida for anfa>r ; Plans Revised bution and''for'Vinfldischarge :
I
; t as executor "QX.i1heill of Mai i iM
.Johnson A Simcn William Haas, 89, Bryan, deceased.DeiiMfHor ,
j May Be Congressional Spur L. : of Starke, died Tuesday'! BOWLING beginning bowling, organization ,. !n.j 1K3! I

!4FA $$75,000 Added' afternoon following en extended The Starke Recreation Department ; of leagues, election of officers S Rudolph H. Bryan I IThmat'or

"The only consolation in this sad the responsibility for action-or inaction { : I illness. He was born in : is cooperating with or in short everythingyou at fierceAtwrnejs Law I

} ,hour is the feeling that the ship of in the face of what has been des- j Austria on Aug. 22, 1874; the Starke Bowling Center by need to know about bowl P. O Dra\ *r 1030
MarKe. Florida .
providing more variety in the: :ingI'creation .
i tate has a skillful pilot in the person cribed as the "most fruitless and frustrating -I An addition to the new was a retired merchant anda : I George \H.. Pierce. -.tttroe' I
program.
'President Lyndon B. Johnson." Starke Nursing: Home will' member of the Christian ; 15 4t t:2.: :"
session of Congress" t t.t
ever ex
!' Beginning Saturday, Dec 7, I
This .' raise the cost of the building Science Church. The Recreation Departmentwill j .
the \
was closing comment
by perienced. It has been one of the least j t 't and continuing for five consecutive :
I to nearly $75.000 and will Mr.:: Haas had made his sponsor a basketball: free j
Congressman D. R. (Billy) Matthews productive sessions of ,Congress within provide Saturdays there will be ', .- ., ,
j' j about 20 more beds than : 1 1j home here with his son, Wm throw contest December 30. 31. i ., t
"this week in a memorial to his consti- tree: bowling instructions for ,
the memory of most of its members, j criminally p1anned. i iI S. Haas for the past six years. here will be three divisions j '

tuents upon the untimely death of our and President Johnson placed the responsibility ;I The building under construction l coming here from Eustis.: boys and girls from 6 to 12 with first, second, and third j a reputation ,

"president, John F. Kennedy. squarely "on this hill"on on Colley Road near I!i ,Besides his son here. he 1 L: years of age. You may registerat place awards in each division i

.-. That no one could do more than the shoulders of the House and Sen- [: tL LK i the hospital, was originally I survived by another son.Lester at the the recreation bowling lanes departmentor before- The breakdown of divisions earned by I

;; President( Johnson is now doing to as- ate. I ;,178 feet in length. Over 80 feet I 1 Kalbrunner, of Cleveland Saturday morning.This will, be as follows:

Tsure the forceful and unifying, continuity It remains now to be seen whether will be added to the south end i| Ohio] : three daughters. ,' extra activity is for i Midget-9 through 12 years : quality aids

of of the building, according to i Mrs. Ella Manes and Mrs of age. Juniors-13 through 16''
our government at home and !
B. Johnson boys and girls throughout
Lyndon acknowledged to !Building Inspector E. C- Long : of Seniors-17 & fine service
abroad is theconsensus [' Lillian Cajka, both of Cleve- : years age. yearsof
', : of the nation'skeellcst be the By Charles Phipps Bradford County and we would
most resourceful and persuasive
The first plans called for 31 : 'and. and Mrs. Dorothy Cajka age and up. .

*" observers and deepest think- congressional leader of our time, will CHORUS sUCCeSSFULThe (j beds, and now the number of ; of Wakeman. Ohio; a step- like this free to see instruction.a good turnout for This will be open to any boy ,

::cra. be able, as President, to break the Congressional BHS Chorus presented i '!beds is up to at least 48. Original -i 1 brother Henry A. Hanna of i When or man in Starke who would i

I This shows the great wisdom of ajlecision log-jam and get action on a wonderful program for cost of the building was St. Louis, Mo.; 13 grandchll'ren. -j'!to give you register name, be address sure like to try his form. Winners A1wHEARING

It' } made three years ago by bothmnjr important legislation that has been /Thanksgiving last week. Under .$55,000.. I (' and 18 great-grandchll-iji i 1 number your, and will be determined by the number -\
"The is age. made out of 20. shots for :
political parties to nominate building very simple, j dren. '
bogged down for almost a year. ![ the direction of Mr.Ernest I The instruction will include
..-vice-presidential candidates who would j Barnes, their well-re- but convenient and nice," Long Funeral services will be' __ midgets! best out of 30 shots> AIDS
! Several weeks before the assassination -i j I said. Approximately 260 by 38 I [ for Juniors. and best out of 50
aje held at 2
capable of serving in the highest hearsed songs were delivered p. m. Friday inj II
of President Kennedy, one Washington j feet it features a living room shots' for seniors. ,
post if 'called expertly and beautifully., With Jones Memorial Chapel with i" MR. T. V. DUCK, JR.
.. upon. observer had commented. ."The. i and dining room in the center I ACP Program You may register before: December --
I the addition of two talented Rev. W. A. Hogan of the FirstBaptist
Kennedy himself had failed to get it. A Hearing Aid Consultant
with a hallway running down 30 or at the time of
truth is that Congress is not transact-
It 'is generally believed that Mr. soloists, the entire chorus became both sides connecting with all Church officiating. I Sign-up) Period the! contest. From \
ing the public business competentlyand Memorialization: will be bv
a balanced body of I
I
Mr. Kennedy would have gladly supported the rooms. Begins Dec. 2 ADULT BASKETBALL
,
"." responsibly. The issue is not whe- harmony. cremation. DeWitt C. Jones I ;
Mr. Johnson for the nominationfor "AU.rooms. will face the out- MAICO HEARING
j There will be a men's basketball -
Funeral Home is in
ther Congress is approving the President's 'Their work was centered charg? : .
president if Kennedy himself had side, Long said. "Now that the of i The ASCS county office announce organizational meeting ..' .
toward the tone of arrangements.
legislative It i Ln't religious
failed to get it. As it was, Mr. Kennedy program. approving the holidays, and they plumbing and addition are be- i|I that the initial signup Thursday, Dec. 12, at 7:30 p. m. SERVICE
its pre-
successfully urged the nomination own legislative program.It ipg squared away, the build. I I period for the 1964 Agricultural at the Starke Bowling Center
sented of thanks to
< :I if Johnson as his running mate, input is so tangled in outdated rules, out-:i I HeavenThe a tribute packed audi- ing should go up real fast," he Mrs. Mahler, 86 !': Conservation Pro All managers. prospective .Jacksonville, Fla. w ill gi\e

dated procedures, and outdated machinery i said.A. : gram will begin Monday, Dec. managers, and players are urg- FREE hearing tests and demonstration .
that
because Mr. Kennedy knew |! torium inadvertently burst plumbing permit for 38 Services HeldThursday ,
2. d to attend.
i
the Senate majority leader was signally for doing its work that Con- into applause after a few of fixtures ,was taken out by Monday, Dec. 9

gress is either not acting at all, or is j the numbers, but the theme Dec. 5 I County Office Manage':_ I at
:iualified to succeed him in any emer- Howard Bennett, St. Augustine Mildred !i
stated in
Sapp that
gency. The Republicans likewise pick- forced to act so tardily in the frantic, i i j of appreciation was felt builder on Monday. Bennett also I order to MVT1CK l\TK'\TIO'\s: Koch's Drug Store
1 Burchard'Mahler. : give every farmer
'd! Cabot Lodge closing weeks of each session, that it throughout.At took out a permit for the Mrs. Margaret \ 10 itKGivrKit: Firnnoij > I,
a strong man Henry
t and rancher the .
I 86, widow of the late i ii > in county j j :V\MK arkefla.Chancy
acts with dangerous haste. : the end of the program 1 {addition at the same time.
their vice I i is thai l
,or presidential nominee. 1 William Mahler died Monday sufficient time to submit a, Notice hereby given )
And it in this climate of frus- the audience was asked to i the! undersigned under the pruI I .
President Johnson's actions during was I request for ACP assistance in :;
I join in with the Chorus in morning in a local hospital I visions of Chapter 20,953. Linn
his first few days in office, including tration and discouragement and the ) "Come Ye Thankful People 'Make-up Polio after an extended illness She1, !I'solving< conservation probem-! i! of !Florida Acts t.r 19U. will ,

1 -his address to show Bobby Baker case-still to |! resident of Starkefor ;,. on his land, the sign-up per- j register with the Clerk of the I
: stirring Congress, unsavory Come. It was the last of a had been a. ;! Circuit Court, in and for Bradford i

how right this decision proved to be. be fully explored-that the congressmen :( number of songs, each of I Clinic Attracts 20 years, and was a member -; led will extend through Jan ': County, Florida, upon receipt ,

As summed up Washington correspondent have before them a measure to :, which was beautiful in its:::i 500 To Vaccine of the Catholic Church. 3. Every farmer and he I II' this. notice of proof, the of fictitious publication; nam oj! I i

Roscoe Drummond: raise their own salaries $10,000 a year! ,, own way. There was contras I Surviving is one step ,II ran : i I ot Modern Products Co. under
'i Mrs. Anna BeiI.fussof j i on record at the county office I which we are engaged in business I
j with "A Thanksgiving Jingle. I daughter.
"In his to the increase in Almost 10.000 'Bradford
message joint ses- Quite a tidy especially : has been mailed an announcement ,' at P. O. Box Sb8. StarKe
sion, President Johnson showed deftness view of their record of the current and serious realism with Countians have been "fed" Philadelphia. Pa j j' of the 1964 ACP. I Florida.R. .
Funeral services held"" '.
were F
"Prayer of Thanks. I C. Henderson and (
; :, determination, and decisive lead. Type I Polio vaccine. at 8 a. m. Thursday in St.Edward's ',: including complete details on Worthington, P. O. Box *6S,
rsh i year.We S S The "make-up" clinic held i !Starke, Florida.
f' p. wonder how much an increaseat Catholic Church the conservation practices fo"I '
Dated" this 5th of D'co-In'
tIt is well. The duties of the presidency this time will fit into President A new talent has come upi Sunday brought More the than total 9-to with Father Thomas F. Kelly j} which cost-sharing will be I Uer, A. !>., 1 '63 day at StaikeUradfoid .
almost
of the United States not only Johnson's announced intention to on the scene, and she was I 10,000. officiating. The Rosary wa? {j available. Mrs. Sapp requests County, Florida,
; 000 residents of Bradford :
I I I received i 12/4 41 12'2-!
first heard publicly at school] any farmer or rancher who
cannot be laid down-they cannot be ;strive for greater economy in govern- : Type I oral vaccina on recited at Jones Memorial j E.
adjourned. Mr. Johnson picked them at the presentation. Her I Chapel at 6:30: p. m Wednes- i fails to receive his announcement : !,!
Nov. 17 in speeded drive :'OTJlIItJI FirriTiors
mental 'spending. It might at least give a '
is Voncille Williamsonand of the to
name
program contact -
up instantly and unhesitatingly.Mr. that termed "amazinglysuccessful' day. Burial was in the family j L tMlLtW Johnsabout
was
him an effective weapon in dealing she gava a terrific show' plot in Kingsley Lake Ceme- the ACS county office s. ;I NOTICE IS HKUKBY GIVEN
Johnson chose boldness and by Dr. James W that the undersigned desiring
of singing ability.At that they provide himI
with DeWitt I may
C. Jones
candor in 'dealing with Congress. One with a recalcitrant Congress.No Patray Jr., chairman of the: tery ;I! to engage in business! at Lawtey -i this question:
first, no one quite knew i. Funeral Home in charge. with one. The office is located Florida, under the name I

of his most significant statements wastIiis action-no pay raise! who it was singing, because' county prpgram. in the Agricultural I of BRADFORD COUNTY } "A fish hook, a sliced golf

: -'The most immediate tasks are Those are terms that are easily un she was singing a solo as a "Around 500 people turned! Building back of the court- NITURE AND EXCHANGE o'vn'j
the clinic tend to register the said ball a bicycle dog bite
out for make-up a
here on this hill." He was pinpointing derstood-even by Congress. portion:: of full song I foundmyself (88 Cases ListedIn house.: Information can alsj with the Clerk of the Circuit I i ,

desperately searchingthe this past Sunday, Patray be obtained by phoning 964 i Court of Bradford County Flo I. these are a few of the

I Salvage? More Likely It's Garbage! I faces to find who to give said.The "feedings". originally I County Court ,I' 6741. rida.S'S Talmadge J Sharpe 1{things that can lead to a
I
the credit. Mrs. William
Sapp urges that agricultural S/S C Tomlinson. Jr.
I I slated to begin in January. Bradford County had 88 ,: nre 'n, Green & Green liability suit for damages.Can .
r She only sang one song producers interested i ,
: If your mail has been cluttered in dation prices" which are representedas conV : rushed up due to Duval 1 I ases of minor law violations j I Attorneys at Law an entire family be
but is was enough to I | Jin participating in the 19S1 :09 X. Temple Ave.
I recent months with long. envelopes being far below retail prices. How- i vince everyone that she had County's polio epidemic last : i in November, with speeding J j I program study the practicesavailable Starke, Florida I protected up to $10,000 for

from "claim adjusters" or "salvage ever, when the merchandise arrives, .i.u'hatdt ,akes. It has beeI'i month, when nearly 30 cases j,, tickets totaling 57. I i in relation to the --/5 4t 12/26 1

.ompaies" or similar names of firms md is compared with merchandise on long time since BHS auditorium i-1 pf? polio were reported I The county docket showed i j most important conservation In County Judge' Court, '$10.00-insurance ,premium -

who claim to be handling merchandisefrom the shelves of local stores there is seldom had a chance to Local nurses and pharmacists -i. t three worthless check cases j!i problems on their farm or Inuil For Bradford per year?"
donated tuna to with restitution made andcases } | Count, FloridaIn
their
estates, trusts, salvage opera- any saving in price-and on occasion match the kind cf voice thatit ranch before coming into the I re: Estate of

lions,. liquidations, and the like, take the "adjuster's" price actually heard them. administer the doses and closed. Cases dismissedby I county office to submit a request -" MAI M. BRYAN, df''l'ut'd.OTI'I' Charley E. JohnsAgency
the for the" the County fo measure "drops" were one OF FII.1PF.TITIO \(:
our advice and RUN, dont walktothe exceeds that of the local merchant.The I hope that we will be see- This will help in deciding FOIl FINALli
cubes used to absorb drivers license and one i
nearest waste basket or garbage merchandise offered in the ing more of Miss Voncille Wil- sugar : i on which conservation i ni>('JI.\lUiI.; OF tat {TTOU i
the vaccine. of failure to answer a I
liamson when the time for case j practices cost-sharing is most |j Notice is hereby given thai I PHONE 964-0121
can and deposit it therein. broadside is on public display-in Cal- Musical; Members of the Business summons, one for renting 1'',I I that I have filed my petition

Then forget about it. ifornia-if you wish to see it before the Junior-Senior and Professional Women'* 1 boit without a safety device needed. Additional assistance 'for!' distribution and for final 131 S. Walnut St.BOWLING.
,
rolls around. YQu can look i in conservation plan- discharge as executor of the estate -
Those who have fallen for the bait purchasing. I forward to a pleasant surprise Clubs and the Jaycees help- and one for failure to have o. I ning can be obtained from ,] of Mai M llryan, deceat-

have not been exactly pleased with Don't bite. Go to your local mer- I if she makes good at audi- ed "man" tables and publicize vehicle under control. Ii !. the County Agent G. T' ---- -

their purchases. The enclosed "Public chant. His merchandise is on display tions. the drive. I Forty-six were estreated by j| J Huggins; SCS Technician, W

Notice" describes various items of right in front of your eyes-and is especially S S Type 3 vaccine will be giv ''i i nersons with a charge against i] j D. Haas. and Farm Forester '

nerchandise: which are offered at "liqui411' attractive at this holiday time. I en on Jan. 19, and Type 2 on I' l them. ,Sis people were caught'without ''i j Don Champion. The ,Agricultural !

The Men's Quartet of theI I II I March 1.Rotary. I'I'I a valid drivers li- I,I Conservation Program; is:

I I Chorus also was presented and j jj I ,I cense one with an improper administered I
,: by the ASC
I I i performed. They did well, as ;, i license, one for displaying a j |
gram can fit your operation j i I], county committee and the
j usual. j ToldImportance i! license other than his own.
?
RATSYOU GOT ANY j I representatives of these other
I The same group of boys. and one for driving without i',
4 COUNTY Then you sure need to come also work under the name of Of \I a license. One person violated || \agencies cooperate by provid- SUNDAY PRICES
out I ;
by our office and find Ii IiI I :ing technical assistance awl
WITH
1
The Rovers, when they are the restriction on his license.The j I!
fOl'you. I
offer have
about the we ) guidance to participating
$ ; : :ii I singing folk songs. They were !!, I j County had one esseof 1 t ;
Rats are highly destructive Agriculture | farmers and ranchers
YOUR > I' AGENT I recently heard at the District grind larency against N3 GAMES
non-paying boarders.It I I Although funds are mt 3 $$1
has been announced that I Student Council Meet, but I I i.: H. Pratt .a collector for ai available for cost-sharing on .

: am unaware of their activities ,: A call for businessmen to i I ,Jacksonville; daily newspaper ':
one rat destroys and con- all needed conservation work
since then. They are available j1!I take a more active interest in in the Melrose area. The case'
taminates feed and property :
every request will receive
for civic and social functions agriculture. ''the biggest industry l- dismissed after restitu-
valuel at up to 20 or 25 dollars -,I' 1! was careful consideration by th* Until Jan. 1o 1
t of any kind. I'm told. in the county. was i ticn was made and cou"troots :I
per yearIf you see one ASC county committee.
pounded- by Philip J. Cronklute by
I :,i': of 7.50 were paid
.
there is or soon may be 20 or '
] new manager of the defendant.
the '
25 more hiding in the darkRats The Chorus plans an active 1]! I NEW RIVER BAPTIST
I |Starke State Farmers Mar- A warrant issued on Nov.
: are easy to kill if :you and busy schedule for th : CIJtRr
: j I ket. in a talk to RotariansVedneday. :|: 13 charged Mrs. Pratt with
use the right material the year. The number of members i' .
;right way. I' is about three times what i I! :' collectinz: $263.60 after sh'? Sunday School 10 a. m.i!I SCOTCH DOUBLES'
''I I! "With: cooperation we forthe
your collecting] )
supposedly quit Mornin
11
Worship
KOFFEE-KLUB MEET- I ?: a. m.
I they had last year. This gives; j will build in Brad-* .
a program Dollie K. Loper,
DrGeorge
t. ING each Monday momma,T them chance to do I I' paper. Itaming Union. 6:30 pm. Eve., 9:00 P. M.
a more. Every Saturday
: T. ,ford County that will increase Mrs. Pratt's former supervisor. sning ,
I Worship 7:30
i is a good promotion. 11 i* The Chorus will of : p.m. Mid-,
course.
>
!the flow of dollars in local
our -
brought the charges against -
I .
'- Huggins ,. ,sponsored; by the Chamber of i participate in the Junior- week Prayer Service, Wednesday
the speakersaid.
.
economy her.Other
............ ''>'''''..It..,... "'. .... Commerce is an effort tot>j Senior Musical which willi i, for 7 pm. Everyone welcome !I
rw- bring about closer relations!i take place in April. With so : advancements charges were one STARKE
J "Some of the greatest -
9AQW4Y HERE program can be carried out among the people. It is held I1!; mary" members it should in the world today malicious injury; assault and LONG BRIDGE

of Mama between 7:30: and 8:30: a. m. to battery; forgery and uttering i COMMUNITY CHURCHT
COMES BRADFORD That is jvithout the help ;help make it much better are being made in the ]I!

Ihi1 word to all our surround. and Papa. The other group in the Florida Theatre.' There are plans for a tour field of agriculture," Mr. i a forgery; improper pas in(g.J}t II Sunday School
10
| ,
cnanging of a. m.
jnr counties in our 4-H Club' is EVERYBODY else. Everybody 1. Chamber Manager Pete Novak |: of neighboring schools by Cronkhite said. "We have I improper i, Morning Worship, 11 BOWLING\ CENTER
; petty larceny failure to hav- a. m.
:..1>l't1gram.Ve are enthused ( is interested in the development is promoting Bradford 11 j i invitation., but nothing is decided missed the boat in training !! vehicle under; control.' driving1while l Evening Service 7 p. m.-

\er! the enthusiasm of Boi and progress of : County The thing to remember yet. There will however and -
inspiring Wilfprd
our people
young McCormick
intoxicated violation pastor.
:'''''a1or. our new assistant. in ; tour county so, we know is .that ha cannot do It.'I ; be a Christmas program: I to enter this field. which ; Highway I 100 South
of right of and failure _
himself. Last : way i ;
by Monday
'.eUlng a program started. everybody is interested in our : ,of music before the holidays, offers' so much opportuni v.

Several persons this .week! I froung people. When we say morning was my first visit. !i for the community- ::I I to anme'illing( to work and to Three answer cases a summons.of contributingto :| la The Court Of The {'uu.ly 1'

tytve) indicatrd'tliat.. our youth we are including ALL There was some mighty good 1 -charles. I i t adopt new improved methodsso Judge, U.dfonJ'oua..,., .. -
the delinquency of ,minors
YOUTH is our most import.t young peoples organization. discussion concerning matters !| Florida, In Probate.
to the
industry.
of importance to our city and I I' necessary came before the court. One'1 In rei KHUte of J. J F. Bran- 'STABILEBUSINESS
crt*>. The key to a bright SIGNOUT and SIGN-UP is With the right amount of ''nen, also known
person received five days inj, as Jrg&e J.
find successful future is !n I the schedule now with ASCS. county There was about 20>,:Cub Scouts i cooperation, Mr. Cronkhitei 1 1. Brannen deceased.
: jail and two received three}
the development of Time to sign-out all 1963';' persons present but there was:,' To All Creditors nd P rllOn5lininI'
prqper Meet Nov. 26 expressed belief that th?
i PIRECTORV
a shortage of men who operate -i !1 days in jail plus a $100 fine. I|j : .CJaims or Demands
our yorrg people today. practices indicating that rOil ,
i( strawberry deal in Bradford II Againut Said Estate:
Agriculture is just a part have or will complete them'' downtown businesses. Progress Funds Released i! County could become one of. I' You and each of you are !
( is 'everybody's business1 ', hereby notified and required r : r .
of the 4-H training program. i before the end of the year : the largest in the Southeast.,J For Ranger Home I, to present any claim 'and demands -5-

A wide variety of activities If you come into the office j, Cub Scout Pack 70 met Factors for expansion here' i which you, or either of I ,{ITO REPAIRS iura SERVICE}

are involved to develop weir to Indicate completion of your j ',, Nov :26! for a program on ,the'I; are very favorable he, said. i ij At Magnolia Park 'you.- may of J. have J. F.against Brannen! the, estate !- ,
'' alsoknown
rounded citizens. 1963 program :you may also THE RIGHT POINT for the theme for the month "The j The speaker was introduced as Jesse J. Brannen deceased Earl's: Garage Hurst'

There are two other grouo, 'discuss plans for next year. ray you write. Come in and I,, World of Sound." E. M. Wil-i i by Guy Andrews who pointed State funds in the amount I I late of' said County, to '. r" .

of ,people torched in any I ASCS County Office Manager. I select Jour favorite ESTER j I hams had numerous sounds iiout I i that Mr. Cronkhite is' of $10,500 have been reteaseri I County the County, Florida Judge at of hi.Bradford officein ALL KINDS OF Service Station?

outh program if it is to b3 Mrs. Mildred Sapp. urges YOU BROOK Fountain Fen. _TELE- i j recorded. for the program and I i|' currently president of th? by the State Cabinet fpr-con-I the court house of said AUTO EEPAIE WORK' .
f'fectire.! First, is the parents : to come on in and find out'' '! the four ; I struction of a ranger resi.dence i- County at Starke Florida
GRAPH. f group sang songs National Association of Market I SINCLAIR
within six ?
Certainly no young people's :how this conservation pro- fI fI i to carry out the theme. !j Managers. i! at Magnolia Lake StatePark from the time calendar of the first month.publication All Work Guaranteed

I. :Mrs. Robert Mullins presented -!| north of KeytSOnHeights of this notice. Each 4LI'l.&i Lubrication
-.- James Saunders, managerof claim or demand shall be In Phone ",-=U, ,
the Pack with an ,Attendance .- j Goodyear Tires & Batteries
4 I | Big Dad Manufacturing writing and shall state th*- 8*. Waliut. BUrttiUTOSERnCE
Flag to be awarded I i Co. was welcomed as a new This amount waincluded! ]! place of residence and pot o(- ,I I ROAD SERVICE

4 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I each month to the. Den with 1 : member of Rotary at this in a total of $97,400 madeavailable i| Ice address of the claimant. "

L ESTABLISHED 1879 ihe most total attendance I I j j meeting. 1'i for use by the'Flori-1 J I I and claimant hall hi.be agtnt sworn or to attorney Ljr the ; t T06 S. \Valnut S'arks W4-61U
I
in 5i Den 3 won the flag with a !; da Park Service in various i and any such claim or demand ; .
.
0 a" E. L. MATTHEW EDITOR AND PUBLISHERFLORIQA'S total 'of 25 per cent. A total)Ij j, projects throughout the state not so filed shall be void. I Gilbert S. Brown I FLORIST
Jessie May Brannen
c> ?,3 OLDEST- WEEKLY NEWSPAPER. PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY of 86 Cubs and relatives at- j Marriage Licenses Magnolia Lake Park has Jessie May Brannen, as Execuo : < _

44 oti UNDER: THE SAME MASTHEAD I tended- the meeting. been .designated for. the U3'o" ( of the Last WH1 and Testament I tuuird oil: 5W1ai ; Colonial Florist
i of.J. J, i
| V.
Urannen also j
The Den 'Chiefs received I Three marriage licenses'were of Negro. citizens-. I!l known as Jesse J. Hrannen.. '
PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED As SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE t their shoulder rords. and $i'T'r issued in Bradford. !r First publii-ation December 5, 1 1l TIRES & -, BATTEETXIfierrlc a
POST OFFICE. AT STARKE. FLA.' UNDER: ACT OP MARCH s. ISTSIN new Cubs, became Bobcats ,in i County this week. They were: 1 t:I. 1uc1ntRo&4 *I Bagwell. Mgt.
W. P. lk'u.HoJland ,
a ceremony used for th? first i Odessa Lee Hampton. 19, and 37, both of GainesTille; and Boris & FRESH FLOWERSMEMBER :

TRADE. :AREA _,- ONB TEAR $3.50 '-, ? SIX .MONTHS- $2.00. ,I time. Several other advancements Irie John Hamilton. 22. bothof Helen Elizabeth Tarren, 37 '.Carlo.'. Florida Smith ". '. Phone t d4.7O71 F. T. D.notrePl ,

OUTSIDE TRADE AREA. ONE: YEAR '..00 - SIX MONTHS $2.25 and arrow points wer!' Lawtey! : Rosa Elese Day. and Charlie Fowler. 53, both/ Attunun .1 I Wired World WUSUrke ,

1,3 tl 12,!& Wl N. Torjfe 5trk Fhona
-( awarded during the meeting. 33, and Thomas Tim Young of Starke-- 8I291I.



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I Christmas ThemeAt I Senior Citizens T Jack Abel of Atlantic City,\' I I Mr. and Mrs. H. A. McLeo. .. .
returned to Starke Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Logarof and tc L
N. J. has family spent Thursday < Iv
i| MeetingOf Elect Officers for the winter- I Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Sunday in Pensacola with thei; S

i Mrs. C. J. Houpt is a medical George Harby, Mr and Mrs. parents Mr. and Mrs. P. .\ .
Club For New Year :
I Junior patient in St. Vincent'sHcspital ; Robert Mills, Mr. and Mrs :McLeod and Mr. and 'Mrs. P
.
. i Marshall: Storm, and Mr. and ,B. Sanders. : '
I A Christmas program: was I Officiers for the new year I Mrs. Bill Sellers all of Jacksonville jJq : ;? .
Miss Henree Lou Dennis : Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gentr
i presented at the Junior Wornan's were elected at a meeting of I .:
Gladys Mooty and James Martin of FSU were guests durin spent the Thanksgiving. '
Club meeting :Monday the Bradford Senior
I Phone: 964-0651 County spent the weekend with Mr. tho weekend of Mr. and Mrs. tdays with their son-in-law anc *
in the club house. Club Unit 1, in the
night Citizens ,
I and Mrs. J. H. Dennis.Mr. Jerome Johns at Crystal Lake daughter, Mr. and :Mrs. Hols

i .. .-',, The Nativity scene was pre- Starke Woman's Club on and Mrs. Jimmy Hobbsof Debra Johns spent the C. Beall Jr. in Macon, Ga. .
Woman's Club sented with Tommy, Jimmy Thursday Nov. 26. : ;iI i- ,: '
'''.. ;', Dunedin and :Mr. and :Mrs. weekend with her grandparents. -: Those attending the Jame;! t tt
;
I Plans ,Annual hI-' and Lavern Outlaw as Shep- Those elected were: Pres- Wilbur Barry and daughterof :: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. !H. Ritch family reunion at the I j : : ,

herds; Mary was portrayedby ident and Vice President, MX Howard, in Lake Butler. ;.home of :Mr. and Mrs. H. M !I
Gainesville were guests
.. .
Christmas Tea Mary Ruth Hazen and and Mrs. Al Nichols .ol during the long weekend of Mr- and Mrs. J. M. Edwardsand :Richarde at the State Farn .
Joseph by Phillip Johns. Mar- Starke Secretary. Jerry Stan- last Mr. anc I
*. ; Mr. and Mrs. James Hobbs. daughters: and Linda Kay Saturday were
,The Stkrke Woman's Club ion Green sang several fcrd. Starke; Treasurer, Ed- Mr and Mrs. W. D. Sexton Holton spent Wednesday to ;.Mrs. S. R. Johns Mrs. Tin i.I.

'will hold its annual. Christmas Christmas selections accomp- ward Firth Keystone Heights;: of Decatur Ga. Saturday at Horse Shoe.: .:Warren and son, Mr. and Mrs. I'. ..
and family I .
tea at their regular meeting k anied by Marcia Haynes. House Chairman, Mrs. Elva Wednesday to Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hutchinsand J Randy Johns and family, Mr. I' 6I ',
Mrs. T. L. Casey played soft were 'land Mrs. Hebert C. Ritch, and I" ,
Wednesday, Dec. U at Scott of Keystone CluS guests of :Mr. and Mrs. Calvin children attend-'d the :
.f;
3:30: p. 'mIn the club house. background music while Mrs Estates, who will work with Johns. homecoming at the Florida 'Miss Martha Susan Ritch, ai: J
1 Walton Grady read the Methodist of Starke, Mrs. Zack Crawford[ .c.',
At 'this social highlight ol the Entertainment Committee Children's Horns < '
I Christmas Mrs. N- S. Dankel and Mr. I ",. <.< \----I....... ;... ,
the Christmas season the clu'j) story. consisting of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Meed Lewis and at Enterprise on Sunday. and family of Gainesville, Mrs ,}'\ "3.

: Is'honoring all new members ,. Mrs. Randal Chitty presided. Arthur Lockwood of Keystone,, son joined Mr. Dankel in St. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Hatchof Carrie Suddath, :Mr. and Mrs, /". s\

'o{ 'the' club, members of the over the business meeting Mr. Driscoll of Crystal Lake, Cloud for Thanksgiving. Jacksonville, and Mr- and Lyle H. Buck and family of

I ilunjor' Woman's" Club, member Mrs. Howard Meyer: .was elec- and Mrs Elvira Devoe of Harold Davis was visiting Mrs. Eaton Jordan and families Jacksonville, Mrs. Herbert A.,

i If of the Little Women' ted first vice-president to fill Starke. Mrs. Francis P. Eganof relatives in Charleston, S. C. were Thanksgiving guestsof ,Durden Mrs. Bred Downs and i IT '

;' ,. ,ClUb and the women of the J- the vacancy created when Keystone is volunteer pub- last week. Mr and Mrs. Arthur Dab I daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Pete

Senior Citizen's Club. This Mrs. James V. Rows moved licity chaiiman until after in- Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas !Booras and family of Jackson-
I I to Sanford. Members brought Jeff Davis of FruitlanJ ville Beach, John C. Ritch
of
I If affair b'for club members. stallation of officers. Joe Ker- Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Out-
I houseguests, and prospective i gifts and money for Christ- rigan of Silver Lake is the Park was Saturday visitor of law, Mr. and Mrs. DL.. Johnson and Mrs. Margaret

Ji members.A ., -J i mas for their adopted girls in outgoing president. Mr. and Mrs. L., A. Davis Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Buck of Palatka.Mr. .." -, ---
Mr. and Mrs Don Mc-
Sunland of Gainesville and Dodd and Mr- and Mrs. Jack and Mrs. J. T. Quigley Project Chairman
beautiful musical program Sunland at Marianna. This club was organized a I Laughlin of Marietta. Ga. Sherrod Hamilton and M. L. Proctor are

: 'has been arranged by 1 Mrs. T- H. Slade. senior year ago to provide entertain- spent the long weekend Hazen and families spent had as Thanksgiving dinner shown holding a thermometer which indicates that the Starke
I the music Mrs. G Miss Armstrong, Thursday and Friday at the< guests Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
chairman. extended an invita- ment for the elder citizens of with Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Bar- Civitan Club has sold approximately 550 pounds of CtaxtouFruit
,
sponsor Thcmas camp in the Scrub. Scott, Dr. and Mrs. C. S. Car-
8. .Newcomb. and her committee -
"I Mr. Raulerson tion to the Junior Club to the community. The Starke .ry and attended the Florida- Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy nell and sons, all of Gainesville,, Cake through the end of November.The .

Mrs R. A. Green and I To Wed Jan. 4 attend the Senior club Recreation Department has FSU game. and family visited MrsChar- and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Johns Civitans still have approximately 800 pounds of the
I Mr*. Charles Darbr.Mrs. been providing much of the
I Christmas tea on Wednesday Mrs. J- W. Kincaid and les Hardy Sr. in Gainesville and sons of Apollo Beach. Mr. cake on sale for $1 per pound. A second house-to-house! canvas
C. J. is chairman entertainment and Starke
Houpt I| Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Arm- Dec. 10. at 3:30: p. m. Mrs. O. L. Beasley were visit- on Sunday. Scott's birthday was also observed *, is set this Friday, Iecember 6, at 6:80 p.m.
of the social committee business men have been donating
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strong of Kingsley Lake an- Twenty-one new members: ing Mr. and Mrs- C. C. Hopp: Mr and Mrs. George H... CT this occasion. Funds from the fruit cake sale wll? go to provide a college
and for the
in prizes gifts
charge of arrangements. to the cltfj
introduced
nounce the engagement and were various and stunts that in Tampa last week. Stevenson of Decatur, Ga CHRISTMAS SPECIAL: :Movie scholarship for a deserving Bradford High School student.
Those serving with her are: approaching marriage of! by Mrs. Charles Sawyer, games Mr. and :Mrs. W. J. Epperson were weekend guests of Dr. Screen, 30 x 40 Tripod. Reg ---

Mr*.:Julian McRae. Mis. J. A. their daughter Edythe PaulIne membership chairman. Thrift comprise the programs. En- and family, including and Mrs. O. L Haynes Jr. $14.95. Now $7.95. BULLING- Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bullock -'Physical Therapist
tertainment includes
Griffin, Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy. to Russell Raulerson, Shop workers were announ- bingo Miss Sally Ann Epperson of MrsCharles Hardy, Mrs. TON'S. of Orlando and Mr. and

Airs. T. H. Slade. Mrs' Frazier son of Mr. and Mrs. RobertC. ced for December: 7th. Mrs card games, dominoes, square Presbyterian College spent Charles Francis, and Mr. and j I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sikes of Mrs. W. B. Dowling and daugh-I Speaks To LocalChildren's

il Bhiw. Mrs. Charles Schmitt. of R. F. Bennett; 14th. Mrs. dancing. and group singing. Thanksgiving weekend in St Mrs. A. Russell ter of Dunnellon were Satur- !
Raulerson, also Kingsley Norman attended -jClewiston and Rev. and Mrs.
Mrs: .Foster ,Shi Smith, Mrs. 21st :Mrs. Special entertainment and GroupMiss
Lake. Howard Meyer; Petersburg and Tampa. the wedding of Tom- John Sikes and family of day guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.
Charles R/ Johns. Mrs. Eugene costume parties are arranged 'I
Lavern Outlaw: 28th Mrs.A. Mrs. Edna Sistrunk of R. Scoggins.Mr. .
The bride-erect and bride- my Haines to Miss Frances .,Gainesville were Thanksgiving
from time to time. Nominal Ellen Smith physi.-al)
1 Williams, Mrs. Stanley Q Smith. Brunswick. Ga. was home for Hataway at Altamont 'guests of Mr. : and Mrs. C. L. Currie of t :
NObel, Mrs. E. L. Matthews, groom-elect are both gradu- I Roberts chair- dues of 25 cents a month are Springs and Mrs. Titus I'I'100son. Lake therapist working in four
J ates of Bradford High School. Mrs. George the weekend.Mr. on Wednesday evening of last j i The Olsons also had as City were Saturday eve- !
the Sta'pBeard
Mrs. Robert Green Mrs. P man of the projects committee chargedThe and Mrs. Harry Mooty week. {Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. ning guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. counties through
will be
G. Felos, Mrs. J. H. DuPre The wedding an following annual Christmas party of Health, spoge at the
the Jr.
J. Thomas
event of Saturday Jan. 4 at presented and daughter, Gerri were Chase and Frank Hardy |Paul Hawkins of Jacksonvilleand
r Miss Delia Rosenberg.' and 4 in the Kingsley Lake, projects to the club as will be held at the Starke Wo Thanksgiving Day guests of spent last weekend with rela- ;, :Mrs. Mae Hawkins of Wal- Mr. and Mrs. R W. Douvilleand Bradford County Children'sCommittee
p m.
Mrs; T. G. Ritch. suggestions for use of the man's Club on Dec. 10 at 7:30: Mr. and Mrs. Milton St. Peterin tives in Palatka.Mr do. family of Orange Park luncheon meeting
Baptist Church. All friendsof savings account fund [former p. m. for members who will GainesvilleMr. I were guests of her parents.! Mr. Monday.

Country ClubDinnerDance I the couple are invited. swimming pool fund 1. 'I each provide a gift to cost not i and Mrs Henry Register and -children and Mrs.of Michael Gainesvillewere Degni Tuesday Mrs. A.from Z. Adkins a month's returned visit [and :Mrs. R. H. Glider and family. Miss Smith described th '

Furnish maternity wing in more than $1. It is suggestedthat of Miami were weekend I with her Lloyd Grider of St. Simons I experimental home-care pro
overnight Satur-
guests daughter and
I Has each package be marked family. Island was home Friday and pram: whereby she visits ,n
addition. including
the whospital Godwin and
St. Mark's Women ne of John
guests day of Mr. and Mrs. R. A.I Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Pope, in I
disabled
Football Theme one where a mother for a lady or gentleman. Mr. and Mrs. Logan Baldwin.Mr. Green Jr. Norfolk, Va. Saturday and Merle Glider of the homes of chronically -

Meet At Home would have facilities to stay President Kerrigan; hopes and Mrs. Carlos Sum- I I I Fernandina Beach was home : persons and gives instruction
Mr- and Mis. Ben Hall Mr. Mrs.: L. W.
2. that all members will check Epps returned to Sunday to Tuesday.Mr. to the family in administering
her child.
.A :football 'theme was appropriately -'Of Mrs. overnight with mers and daughter of Jack-
BeasleySt. of this date and plan to attend. and Mrs. Jack Hall, and Mr. her home in Yankton, S. D. on and Mrs. Roy Layfield I therapy that will)
used in the attractive Assist in construction recreation sonville were Thanksgivin and Mrs. Sid Shuford and
Wednesday after two
weeks this condI-
of Lake Harbor are guests improve the patients
: decorations of the Mark's Episcopal Church building. 3Build day guests of Mrs W. B. families spent Thanksgivingday !visit with her mother Mrs. i
I week of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. I tion. Among those who ar'eligible
Starke- Golf, and Country Auxiliary met Monday nightat track field for BHS. Local Alexander and Miss Wilma at the Hall camp in the Gertrude Packham, and Mr. and for this

Club Saturday evening for 7:30o'clock: at the home of citizens who would like to Mr. and Mrs. L. A. DAvis Alexander.Dr. Scrub. Mrs. E. T. Prevatt. They all Herlong.Due to the accidental deathof I disabled program by arthritis.aria

the dinner-dance following II Mrs. 0 L. Beasley and Mrs suggest to this committee a were in Jacksonville Sunday and Mrs. Barney Mc Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. spent last Thursday and Friday their mother, 'Irs. Eunice persons

the -UF-FSU football game. J.v.. Kincaid. Rev. R. E project .that would be bene- afternoon where Mrs. Davis : Rae and family of Lake City Tanner of Baldwin were Sun-' with :Mr. and :Mrs. Paul Dees Clark of Jacksonville- on polio. cerebral palsY. muscular

The decorations carried out j MacBlain joined the 12 mem- ficial to the community as a attended the Centennial were Thanksgiving day guestsof day visitors of Mrs. J. H. Shields in St. Petersburg. Monday, Nov. 25, her daughter, distrophy, multiple schlerosiaand .
whole are asked to call Mrs. Committee meeting to plana Mr. and Mrs. McRae Sr- amputees the speakoi
an' range and gold color bers present on this occas- Fields. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Naswor- I Mrs. Blanche Englander and '
said In order to
motif with four .football I Roberts. program commemorating Mr. and Mrs. Glen Conner Mrs Dennis Williams, who thy attended the funeral of his i two chiidren of Fort Lauderdale 'I accept a pa-
sion.The Plans were announced for the Battle of OlusteeMr. and family of Orlando spent sister Mrs. tient into the program ther,>
hilmets on the. buffet tabl devotional was conducted ; has been staying with her Myra Lee Neely. I ; a son Bill Clark, and I
entertaining foreign students and Mrs. C. L. Cooper the weekend with their par- in Jacksonville must be a referral from a
by Mrs George Winkler parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill on Wednesday family of Eau Gallie; and son
holding arrangements.of followed ,by the regular from U. of F. as guests dunn and family visited friends ents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Con- Graham. has moved to At- morning. J. Clark Jr. of Tampa, were II IIID. :. private physician, Miss Smita

ii pynjcanthsa. and yellow business session. Reports were I the holiday season for a meal and relatives in Chiefland on ner and Mr. and Mrs. Barney. lanta, Ga. to join her husband Mary Ann Long Has returnedto at the home of Mr. and Mrs. saId.
ums windows of the I
The in homes in the in Oak Hill on At the time. the1 >
overnight present
and
given by Mrs. George Milleron or Friday, McRae. who is employed there. Florida Southern College in !
L. D. Green from Tuesday
clubhouse..Jo were. decorated the United Thank Offer community. Any interested Sunday.Mr. Mrs. W B. Alexander, Miss: Mrs. Joe Gissy and children Lakeland after spending the I, Other relatives are around 20 active patient-,

,with crepe ,paper,. streamers ing, by Mrs. Edward Burnson local citizen may contact Mrs, : and Mrs. M. W. Cressler" Wilma Alexander, and'David visited Mrs. Thomas Gissy in Thanksgiving holidays with her ''through attending Sunday. the funeral under the program in Brad.

and' outlines ot footballs on I Church perdiodicals, and Al Gregory. spent last :weekend iIi the Brand n'''':Jr. visited Mrs. Atlanta. Ga. during the long parents, Mr. and' Mrs. Gene L. A. Peacock and daughter -II ford County the speaker

the g1ass.. The dining tables by Mrs. O. L. Beasley on, a During the social hour refreshments Carolinas and also visited Claudia Dupus, and Mrs. Ernest weekend while Joe Gissy and Long. Betty Lee Waugh of were of Coral Gables, Sam Pea said. Miss Smith has four

were,eich centered with pyra- tea to be given Saturday were served by Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Huggins in Alachua on Thomas Gissy went on to Bartow, a classmate at FSC, cock of Brooksville, Mr. and .. counties in charge and

canthea arrangements. afternoon. Dec. 6. honoring: Mrs. Howard Meyer, Mrs. Cressler and family in Rome Saturday. Camden W. Va. to viist their was a guest for the weekend.Mr. Mrs.: Franklin Hunt and familyof I spends one day a week in

Dinner was .served fromseiren Miss Mary Noegel. Charles Sawyer, Miss Sally Ga.Mrs. Mr-: and Mrs. Jack McComb parents, Mr. and Mrs. JL : and Mrs. Charles Sawyerand St. Augustine, Mr. and Mrs. Bradford. Clay, Alachua: and

to' ,eight,. ,and danciniwis I Mrs. Herbert Thomas 'gave Sink, and Mrs. Randal Chitty. Ernestine Hooks and spent Thanksgiving with :Mr. : Gissy. I family spent Thanksgiving.Marvin Johns and family 'of Marion.

enjoyed, the remainder of an interesting talk on "The Mrs Karen Willis of Port and Mrs. Roland Giddeons in Eric McIntyre of Jackson- with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Saw- ,Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Florence Jennings! ,

the evening with music provided Christian :Year." Rosier-Hough Charlottee spent the weekend Jacksonville.Mr. ville is visiting his grandparents yer Jr. and Mrs. Sawyer Sr. at i,Champ Clark of Callahan, Mr. president of the Children's

by the Versa-tone five Mrs. R. E. MacBlain will be with Mr. and Mrs. Lester and Mrs. D C. DawkinsSr. Mr. and Mrs. JH. Jacksonville Beach. :and Mrs. Woodrow Dees and Committee, announced th.-

pie 1 e. orchestra from Gaines hostess for the January meeting Mrs. Margie T. Rosier of Crews. .. Mr. and Mrs Paul Daw- DUPre, this week. :Mr. and Mrs. W. B, Sewell 'family of Live Oak, :Mr. and following chairmen of stand

ville. and she and Mrs. Matti i? Jacksonville announce the Mr. and Mrs John B. Sappof kins, and Mr and Mrs. CrosbyH I' Mr. and :Mrs. J. T. Edge spent last Tuesday Monday ,Mrs. Cecil Dees of Mayo, Bar- 1 ing committees for 1963-64

.Airs' Charles Sawyer is social -I Gahajjan will have charge of engagement of her daughter. Daytona Beach spent th? Dawkins and family were were in Wadley, Ala. from I in Miami with Mrs. :M. L. Shaw !nard Hunt of Bonifay Bishop Membership and Hostess'

chairman of the club in the altar and choir refreshments Margie Ann. to Larry James weekend with their parents, Saturday guests of Mr. and Thursday to Monday visiting and daughter, Dr. Luelle Shaw, i Clark Jr. of Perry and Mrs. !! Mrs. T. L. Casey.

charg ,of affairs. Mrs. Carl in January I Floyd son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dodd Jr. Mrs. W. H. Nollman in cele- friends and relatives.Mr. and other relatives.Mrs. I Bill Beck and daughters of Libraries: Mrs. Edward

Minx was in charge of decor A covered dish supper will W.. Earl Floyd, also of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs Carl Sapp. bration of Mrs. C. H. Daw- and Mrs. Herbert Sally Thomas of Live !Hendersonville, N. C. I Burns.

i1ons be held at the parish houseon Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shal- kins' birthday.Mr. Oak and Mrs. Lillian :Morgan i Mike Smith spent the week- Transportation and Emer-
and Mrs. Bill
,
Epps Thomas and Mis. R. A.
was.. In charge of table Jan. 8. The bride-elect and bride- ler were visiting Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. L. H. Lewisare of take City were Monday i end with his grandparents, Mr. gencies: Rev. Bob Badgett,
ar- Thomas entertained at family
rangements. At the close of the meeting groom-elect were 1960 grad- Carl White Jr. at Opalockaand spending Tuesday to Friday a visitors of Mrs. Alice Mclt 'and Mrs. Jerry Bolden in Opa- Schools: J C. Hobbs.

refreshments were served by uates of Paxon Senior High Mr and Mrs. Edgar Gun- with Col. and Mrs. T. T. dinner on Thanksgiving 'I'locka. Churches: Rev. J. R Brab-

the hostesses, assisted by Mis I ter in Fort Pierce from Wed- Long while enroute to their day at their camp in the tosh.Mr.
Girl School in Jacksonville I and Mrs. George Hugginsand Local admittances to Bra]- ham.Recreation
Scouts membersof
Plan Scrub. Twenty-four
I Peter Novak. The ceremony will be per- nesday to Sunday. home in Wilmington, Dela. the family and seven family spent Thanksgiving -!ford County Hospital this week And Extra

Investiture I formed Saturday D3c. 7, at Mrs. Paul Peed and chil- Mr. and Mrs. Ervin An-I' with Mrs. Louise Jeffords include; John Dukes, Tommy curricular Activities: Frank
the affair-
Recent BirthsMr. 4 p m. in the Woodstock dren and Miss Emily Shep- drews, Mr. and Mrs. Claude guests Mrs. enjoyed Merrill in High Springs and attendedthe I.Wynn. J. A. Haney, and Tam Ownbey.
Struth and
herd of Fort Valley. Ga. were Johns, Mr. and Mrs. Dave I I. all of Starke Health Mrs. Riherd
The Girl Scouts will hold Park Baptist Church, 924 St. wedding of a niece, Miss ,my Thornton, ; : Joyce
their annual investiture Friday !- and Mrs. Jerome Ed- Clair St., Jacksonville weekend guests of Mr. and Paulk and Mr. and Mrs. Ken-,'attended laughters, Kathy and Vickie, Anita Louise Jeffords to Walter "Mrs. Cleva Carson of ]'lidlj-:- Child Welfare [including
the Miss
evening, Dec. 6. at 7 p. mat wards of Tallahassee an- Friends and relatives are Mrs. V- O. Bridges.Mrs. neth Johns were at the Thrift wedding of Bryon Gay that afternoon. burg; Charlotte Whitehead of foster homes. and special pro-
Frances
I Koonce in Dunnellonon
the Starke Woman's Club. nounce the birth of a son invited to attend the weddingand M. F Brown was visit- hunting camp at St. George,I' Saturday afternoon at which!Miss Linda Huggins was maidof I Lake Butler; Mrs. Alvie Rig- jects!: Mrs. D: A Hall.

Refreshments! will be served. Harold Jerome Edwards Jr. reception. ing Dr. and Mrs. Marcus Ga- on Thanksgiving.Mr. I: bridesmaid. honor. don of Hampton; Mrs. Margaret -, Problem Behavior And Law

All parents and friends arc on Nov. 20. Paternal grand- Brown in Jacksonville over and Mrs. Jack Hui'ey I Kathy was a :Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Herlong Shaughnessy Melrose; Or- Enforcement: T. L. Casey.

invited to attend.MoUAnqrews. parents are Mr. and Mrs. the weekend.Mr. of Wilmington, Dela. will he I George Patten Jr. of Stetson had as Thanksgiving guestsMr. ville Brookins. Hampton.Mr. Editorial Committee I Resource
Altar SocietySt. weekend of Col. and Law School was home for and Mrs. James Saunders I Book L. Gibson.
Merrill Edwards of Starke. and Mrs. Ed Bagwell guests and Mrs. W. H. Stein- I : H.

and son of St. Petersburgwere : Mrs. T- T. Long. I the weekend. I meyer, Mr and Mrs. M. N. Her- visited their parents, Mr, and I Program Chairman: P. T-
Edward's Altar Society of Wash Mrs. Roy Ward and daughter i Mrs. Jesse Saunders and Mrs. -
Bradford County Hospital weekend guests of Mr. Elaine Godfrey ; long, and Mr. and Mrs. F. V. | Nolin.
will have a Christmas partyat Ga. is spending this I: and Darby Peek of Lake. ;Pearl Therrell in Rockingham,
announces the following and Mrs. Don Bagwell.Mr. ington, : I Herlong and son of Jackson-! Secretary-Treasurer: Mrs.
Rev. and Mrs. Howard Mottof the regular meeting on I City, and Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. .
births: and Mrs W. J. DoddJr. week with her grandparents. yule.J N. C. during the Thanksgiving T L. Casey.

Brooker announce the Mr. and Mrs Robert Norman Wednesday eveing Dec. 11, and son. Bobby spent Mr. and Mrs- Tyler Jones. I were Thanksgiving day guestsof I Col. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin I holidays. { "
engagement and approaching at 7:30: p. m. in the parish Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr.
Lawtey. a daughter. Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Law- i 'spent Friday to Sunday with Mike Reddish or Murray ;> COMPLETE Movie Outfit,
I :Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews
marriage of their daugh hall Mrs. Rudolph Crawfordis i
Marla Robin, Nov. 27. Mrs. Dan Priest in Jackson- son of Tallahassee. Bud Law- I II her father, F. R. Coker, and :State College, Ky. was home':$$99.9;: BULLINGTON'S.
ter, Anneta, to Richard Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Donald Green. hostess chairman. ville. son of Bartow, and Mr. and: spent Thanksgiving with Mr. other relatives in Lakeland. I II for the weekend. j

son of Mr. and Mrs. Starke. a son. Charlie Purvis Wesley Andrews a patientin Mrs. Joe Jordan of Lake:I and Mrs.: T. E. Breazeale at I 50-Second Color Pictures for'j! Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Reyes and i

Johnnie Andrews of Lake Willie Green. Nov. 28. I and their families,High Springs. children of Jacksonville visited '!
for- the Macclenny hospital. Wales. Mr. Mrs. Drew Christmas \\ith the new Polaroid 7m
and Herbert
B tler. I I : .
i Mr. andMrs.
THE SIGHT POINT the Mrs. ,
Reyes' parents
weekend of Mr-
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mr- and Mrs. Ronnie Andrews were guests and of Fort Pierce and color pack: camera. BULL- I
t 'The.marriage wi take place. Smith. Starke. a daughter. way yon write. Come In and I and sons of Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. LawS<"n. I John family McCort of Atlanta, Ga. INGTON'S.Mrs. I J. S. Sapp, on Saturday. 005etJe666

on- De'c..O at 8 p. m. at the I Lesley Lonette, Nov.26. select your favorite ES'fERj j and Mrs. Buck Raulerson of Mrs. Frazier Shaw is visit- were last Tuesday and Wed- Effie Stevenson of Se- !' Admitted to Doctor's Hospital ,

Bf oker !Baptist{ Church AlII Mr. and Mrs James McKin- BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE Jacksonville were Thanksgiving ing Mr- and Mrs. Lamar I nesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. bastain was the guest last i this week were Mrs. Marion.I

fikndS! ... and" relatives of the ney. Hampton, a daughter, GRAPH. day guests of Mrs: Wes Shaw at Neptune Beach this Donald McRae. week of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Simmons and Willie Lee Carter I
Jr. of Starke and Siioan
t couple are ,invited. Eva Irene, Nov. 2'. I ley Andrews.thinklEr'G week. j Speer.
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t.J: ..: STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, DEC. 5, 1963a1

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I.I, try'f'f'f'f: 'f"'f'f'f'f'f""fTTn'f'f'fY''f'f''f'f'f'fT'fT1. Indians; Lose I REA Association .rTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTIMELROSE University of North Carolinaat fTTTVVVTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTGRANDIN
: Elected I. Chapel Hill was the week-

I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Final Game. Beasley : To Publish I I end guest at the home of his

: New parents: Mr. and Mrs. Joe
MagazineBen i
By Mary K. Schaeffer To Lopez 13-7 By Sirs. Alice RothhammernmrYTYYYTVTYYTYYTYTTI Sherertz. Charlcyenc Brantley
Mayor At Keystone Pitts has been named t Mr- and Mrs. W. E. Parker
editor of a 16-page magazine: anl daughter of' Neptune \ &A .. ...4& &.A &&
dosed
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their witn to be published for rural WOMAN'S: CLU3The Beach spent Odis Brockman: returned to:
out, 1983 ,season
TOTAL VACCINE FEEDINGS i j formation concerning thi 13-7 loss to* Father Lopez Keystone Heights had a '1r't electric consumers in Florida. Melrcoe Woman's Club I weekend with her parents, Lake City Sunday afte-
a ,
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NEARS 2.030 I i worthwhile project of the I of Djytona Beach: last Piidar; "nice-close" city election .[' .:" : z The appointment:: was an-' will meet Wednesday: Dec. 4 Col. and Mrs. T. A. Hancock.L. : spending a couple of weeks

The Keystone Heights 'I Keystone Lions Club. ''at Kaystone. Tuesday when a 90 per cent .". '. flounced: by M. L. I l[Las] Bea : at the clubhouse. "Siring A-I O- Baldwin and sons I with his mother. Mrs. Ethel

School was the means of an I I RUMMAGE SALE The defeat kept the Indians voter turnout returned twc sley, general manager of th i round South America" is visited relatives in Panama: Brockman. Mrs. Brockman

other busy Sunday afternoon The KHS Seniors are hiding : -I from finishing with. a .500 "veteran" politicians to office Florida REA Cooperative: Association ; program and will featuiv: I City and: Ozark. Ala. dunn I accompanied: Odis to Lake

on Dec. 1-though not so a Rummage Sale on Sat- record and left them with a I and allowed two political: : located in Keystone( I showing of color sides by I the weekend. City and then went on to

busy as the previous Sunday. urday, Dee 7, at the St ad- II 4-6 mark. for the season. "newcomers" to slide in over [.. t Heights.The I Msr. Albert! Huth seconi! Mr. and Mrs. E. MRobin: I Cairo. Ga. to spend Thanks
Dec 1 was Make-up Sunda/: I II i ham building in the store two "veterans." ; magazine will begin I vice-prtsident of FFWC. i son. Mrs. Mary Robinson I giving with her sister Mrs.
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for those who had to mis room formerly occupied by Lopez I M. L. [Les Beasley, former t publication: in January with I Luncheon will be served it : Mrs. Maggie Steinert, ani Eva Belch r. Ralph Brockman

: their Type I, feeding on NJ/. Davis Laundry. Please patronize I opening Jeff period Lacour's on 20 quarterback yard-I I II Mayer of Keystone for eight ;J. an initial circulation of a- noon by hostesses, Mrs H. C. Mr. andMrsDick Logsdonand went up Wednesday and: Mrs.

t 24. Close to 130 persons want, I them, and take your to Laccur years, returned to the 'May bout 65000. The majority c: i Segur, Mrs. M. C. King, and I children spent Thanks- Brockman returned to Grandin -
Jack AUigood.
through the lines, bringing donations to Ducky's sometime I pass kicked the::extra point. or's post with a 34-vcte mar-" i ',4 its readers will be rural electric -, Mrs. Bama Boyd.DUPLICATE giving with Misses Anna Belle Thursday evening.

; the total to data close to 2.- on Friday-at least not gin over political newcomer .. consumer such as those I II BRIDGE and Reda Robinson in East: t Mrs. Annie Sikes, :Mrs Rosa:
I
OCO. Next feeding will be on later than Friday.BASKETBALL I In the fourth quarter, Key- Charles J. MeGlave.: The final served by Clay Electric Co The winners of the Melrose Palatka. Brantley. and Edward Varnes

Jan. 19. and it will be. Type : stone tied the. score on .CliffChapman's and tally showed Beasley, 147, and ;1 I operative.!! i Duplicate. Bridge Club for Harley Kline of Albany, went to Griffin Ga. to spend

III. With Football over, th 10-yard-run McGlave 113. I Pitts, 32, formerly was associated last week include the follow Ohio and son, John who just the Thanksgiving weekend
GOOD NEWS FOR SOME\ Keystone Indians will meet his pass to Gary Cooper! for The City Council race saw .f with the Public Rela- ing: :Mrs. C- W. Beasley and completed four years in the with Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sikes

: Those who missed the first Crescent City at the gym the point after. newcomer J. W. [Bi'U War- ,II I tions Dept. of Prudential In- MrsR.. J. Williams Jr., first Air Force recently visited Mr. and family. Jimmy Sikes and

feeding and the Make-up, there en Friday evening, Dec. Then. with only three minutes ren win a seat by a one-vote surance Co. in Jacksonville. place; Mrs. Mary Cook and I i and Mrs. Tom Spurlock. children of Augusta went to

feeding could there possiblybe 6, for ,their first basketball left in the game. Mark' margin over another political M. L. Beasley I Prior to that he was a news: Miss Iva Hillyer, second Mr and Mrs. A. P. Went- Griffin for Thanksgiving day.

some one who didn'tKNOVJ game of the season. On Tuesday -, Garguilo scored for' Lopez on newcomer, Arthur F. Manner- I'll probably around again,I reporter for the Gainesville place; Mrs. G. M. Allen, Jr. werth and son, Roy, of Tam Mr. and Mrs. Joe Link of
for one reason cr Dec. 10. they will go 'to a three-yard run. The extra ing. Warren third-man on next year when there isn't Daily Sun. He is a graduateof and Mrs. Lucille Starnes, pa spent the week with his New Orleans arrived last

another will b'e glad to know meet Father Lopez in Daytona point was missed. the three-way totem pole for any question as to eligibility. the University of Florida third place: and Mrs. Be brother and sister-in-law. Mr Wednesday to spend a few

that Sunday Dec. 8, will 'be Beach. Keystone cOach: Roy Sprad- the council, had 110 votes to "I really appreciate all the School of Journalism. Cooper and Miss Sally Mans- and Mrs. W. E. Wentworth days with Mrs Sohpie Schn-

a second Make-up Sunday .CLUB NOTICES ley singled Out linebackers Mannering's 109. people who took the troubleto Pitts and his wife. the former field, fourth place. Clyde Buckhalt of Leesburs eble. Mrs. Schneble was admitted -

Bill Bclote said he would giva The Keystone Heights Mike Lovern'and Rodney Paul I C: H. ,[Jack] Haberstroh- exercise the American privilege Ann Cason of Worthington CHURCH ACTIVITIESA and Ms VI"'T Quii7 or to Putnam Memorial
., Demonstration Club'a1 for their defensive play Ha Springs, recently moved, Fellowship Dinner will be Hospital on Thursday. She
the vaccine Type I to anyone Home well-known for volunteer firework of a write-in. LaRue Johnson viisted Mr and Mrs.
who lias missed It on Sunday annual Christmas Party and also had praise for linemen and civil defense work- to Keystone Heights from held at Faith Presbyterian Ford Hensley and Mr. anti returned home Sunday and

Dec. 8, from, 12 ,noon till (C'', Covered ,Dish Luncheon will Bruce'Moon, David Schaeffer.Tommy won his,first seat on the City saidTwo unopposed candidateswere Jacksonville. They have on' Church Friday evening, Dec Mrs. Bill Roberson and family is feeling some better. Her

,I p. mi, at his drug store. This !be. held at 10 am.. Wednes- Bird, and Stephen Council by a landslide. Haber elected to fill the positions son Keith. 6, beginning at 6:30: Mrs. 'I I Saturday. daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Sto-

may be your last chance for day' Dec. 1'S"In the Clay Brokas. stroh polled 140 votes in the of Tax Collector: and Mrs. Pitts has joined the Harlow Fuller, Mrs. Edward I Mrs. F. W. Cooper: has returned kes, Mrs. Madeline Kinney,
STATISTICS ,staff of the Bradford Count. Longnecker and MrsFred and niece. Ruth Benjamin,
some time.PUASE Electric building.-' six-man race for the three Tax Assessor. Mrs. Sara D., I to Westfield. NJ, a
: BE CONSIDERATE Eastern Star Chapter 279 FL IHSFirst vacant seats. Haberstroh was McDonald polled 228 votes: Telegraph as a reporter. i Abell will be hostesses for th II after spending a few weeks in of Monticello, N. Y. arrived
entertained Master Masons of downs 9 9 I! occasion.An I Saturday and are spending a
You not know appointed city clerk from
may or may for Tax Collector, with one. her cottage on Lake Santa
the Melrose Lodge on Dec. 2. Yds. gained rush. 122 103 1955-61 and won the clerk's Advisory Council annual community few days with her.
that our policeman, Casper write-in vote for Councilman Fe Bay. While here, she visit-
1 Brune. has been very ill in The annual Christmas Party Yds- gained pass 52 20 position once in 1952"backwhen Roy E. Watkins against her. Thanksgiving dinner was held I' ed friends and relatives including W. W. Scott of Palatki
the hospital. He was hospitalized will follow the regular chap Passes 5-9 3-61 you had to run for it, Mrs. McDonald is the incum ReappointedFor Thursday. Nov. 28, at the educational her father Col. Leigh spent Thanksgiving with Mrs.
I I for immediate surgery ter meeting of Dec. 17. Passes intercepted 3 1 he said. bent. Gold HeadThe building of the I M. Pearsall.Mr. Ruby Rosson, of Frankfort

I and it had to be postponed .- MICHELLE CHRISTENED Fumbles lost' 1 1][ Incumbent Roy E. Watkinswas James R. Cook polled 215 Methodist Church. and Mrs. Harry H McLaughlin Ky. and Mrs. :Margie Stuartof
because pneumonia :Mr- and Mrs. Gil Parede'J Yds. lost penalties 25 40 I returned to office with votes for Tax Assessor with Florida Board of Parks PERSONALSMiss of Miami spent las' Grandin--

developed- Everyone is hop-I entertained at their home in I Scoring summary [touchdowns -, 116 vcte-of-confidence to three write-in votes against and Historic Memorials at its Shelley Holden marched I week with their nephew an1 i Mrs. Ruth Reed of Lake!

ing that he will soon be im Lake Geneva on Sunday ]: Keystone Chapman place him second highest in him. Two were for John annual meeting in Tallahassee in Gainesville's annual I niece Mr. and Mrs. William i Swan was a Thanksgiving

proving. Meanwhile his poor afternoon Dec. 1. with a [10. run]. PAT, Cooper the council race. This will be Byrd and one for George reappointed the entire Christmas Parade Wednes- Mclaughlin.: dinner guest at the home of

wife and daughter are getting Christening Party for their [pass from Chapman]. Lopez Watkins' second term on the LaRue. Advisory Council of Gold' day as part of a baton unit. Mr. and Mrs J. F. Johnsonand her daughter and family. Mr.

little rest because they must young daughter, agel one -Alligood 120, 'pass from Ea- council and his second term Winners Speak Head Branch State Park. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hagg- children of Gulfport, and and Mrs. Eugene Brantley.Mr. .

answer the telephone at all month who was baptized courl]; Oarg ilo [3, run] in any elective office. "I have Mayor-elect Beasley said Those reappointed were: lund, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. L. Brydon of Ocala spent I! and Mrs. Edward J-
Michelle Lynn at St. Ed- PAT Lacour [kick]. J. Mur- Carl Hagglund. Jr. and son Hutson and visitingMr.
Otto
hours [after they are home been a Democratic::> Party "We have a good working S. E. McKay, Thanksgiving with Mrs. Agnes son were
from the hospital for people ward's Church in Starke on Chairman before" Watkins' !: group in the council and hope rhee, Albert Nelson, all of spent Thanksgiving with Mr Hanks. and Mrs. Irving Ormondin

wanting a policeman. If you that day.Those said. I, to provide some able leader- Keystone Heights; Rep. Sam I and Mrs. Robert Jones in Mr. and Mrs- Larry Thompson Windsor on Thursday

should need a policeman who came to pay tended the Board of Direc- Two Veterans Out I ship for the future of the Saunders, and Elliott Ma- i. Jacksonville.Mr. and children and Miss evening.Mrs. .
please call the regular num- honor to little Miss Pared tors Meeting of St. Augustine Incumbent Council Chair- i town.I guire, Green Cove Springs. and Mrs. Cliff Corey Ella Jane Wesley of St. Minrie Rye of Palatka

ber. 473-4711 and'do not were her aunt and uncle Mr. Diocesan Council of Catholic man D. E. [Don] Pangbora. appreciate the vote of ,I and sons of Gainesville and Augustine and Mr. and Mrs. and Miss Barbara Herring of

I call the Brune home. They and Mrs. Mitchell Paredes. Women. Nov. 20-21 at the was defeated. drawing, only 84 confidence given me and Mr- and Mrs. Richard L. Dur- Clyde Wesley, Mrs. Nancy Gainesville were Thanksgiv-

will be grateful. we are sure. who were the Godparents and: Cherry Plaza Hotel in Or- votes to tag him a$ "low- and hope that I can be worthy : cational building on Dec. 22. bin and daughter of Gainesville Bass and Mrs. Ella Brown of (Continued on Page 6))

WOMANS: CLUB her grandparents, Mr. lando. Mrs. Cooper: is Diocesan man" in the race. Pangborn of the honor," he said Time to be announced later. spent Thursday with Mr. Gainesville were guests of Mr-
The Keystone Woman's Mrs. Elias Paredes; and the recording secretary En- said. "I'm happy and have Councilman-elect Warren The Day Circles of the Women and Mrs. C. W. Durbin. and I/Irs. Glynn Rothhammerand

Club will hold their business Mitchell Paredes' son. Gary- route home, Mrs. Cooper enjoyed working en the coun- said, "If you like a town of the Church will hold Mr. and Mrs. Earl Speec:?" family on Thursday.Mrs. and Mrs. Ray Birt.

I meeting at 2 p. m. on Tuesday all from Ocala; also Mrs. I spent days .in Deland, her.former cil. I appreciate all those who your'e bound to want to do their annual Christmas pro- of Marion, Ohio are spendingthe Mae L. Daniel spent a Henry Cunnard of New
Josepha Cabanas: Michelle'smaternal I and while there have aided in the fora winter here with his few : with Mr. and Mrs. Smyrna. Ga. visited Mr. and
4 Doc10. At 7:30: p. m., i home me past something. I'll do what I gram by joining together Cays
also Dec. 10, the Woman's: grandmother: Mr. visited with MrsHelen and maybe I can work with think is best for the town." covered dish luncheon at 12 brother-in-law and sister Mr. J- H. Stewart in Mims ansi Mrs. R. V. Ford and sons,
Club and the Keystons and :Mrs. George P. Crcmer Phelps.'and her mother, Mrs. the council again sometime-" Waren, a political: '"first-: noon Dec. 15. t I and Mrs. Carl Swisher. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Daniel IP 'Jim and Bob.

: Heights Boy Stout Troop 105 and two daughters; and Mr Alice Ketchum, former Key- Pangborn is a veteran politician timer", is active in, the.Com The regular Family Nigh Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Mc- Edgewood.Mr. I Mrs C. E. Spires and sons

't will sponsor a program: featurIng and Mrs. George M- Schaeffer -, stoners. Stopping in Piersonfor having sened on the munity Church 'and Boy covered dish supper will beheld Ginty and children, and Mr. and Mrs. John Beller- of Tallahassee spent a few
and daughter, all of Key and with and
Mrs. A- C.
and Mrs. Phil Berkelman days Mr.
l Caroll Wright superin- a sandwich, Mrs. Cooperwas Clay County Commission and Scouts. He is president of the in the educational build- jeau and son of Indian Rive I
tendent of Penney Farms stone Heights.PERSON.LS amazed to find that for- the Keystone Council.H. Men's Club of the church, a ing at 6:30: p m. Wednesday. children of Atlantwer: City spent the weekend with Spires.

I i Memorial Homes and Clinic. I. mer Keystoners :Mr. and Mrs. L. [Hank Ownbey, a member of the Board of Dec. 11. Mrs. J. U. Perry's weekend guests of the Berkel- her parents, Mr. t.nd Mrs C. Miss Trudie Morris spent
Charles Frercks from the weekend with her
who will give an illustrated Harvey, were the proprietorsof former Council Chairman for Trustees, and superintendentelect and Mrs David Nelson's circles mans. A. Ford. parents
Wharton, N. J. arrived ;n Rexall and lunch several fifth In the will be in charge. The Young Mr. and Mrs. John Mac- Morris of Louis Mr. and Mrs. Howard Morris-
lecture on his travels throughthe thd store years, ran of the Sunday School. Mrs. Mary
Heights for Thanks. Prof. Clarence Holden
t and Mrs
Holy Land. This will be Keystone room on Highway 17. The six-man race by OIling 95 He Is a Cubinaster'and also People of the church will pre- Kenzie visited Mr. ville, Ky. and Mrs. Cecil Har-
giving with his cousins, Mrs. Gainesville in the College-Com
Robert Donovan in played
held at the Community Harveys were formerly pro- votes. aids with the Scout group. sent a Christmas program for ris of Welaka visited Mrand
Madeline Smith, and her son Orchestra
munity Symphony
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Church educational buiding. prietors of the Rexall store "Un-fnvltel Candidate" Warren works for Sperry- entertainment- Thursday Mrs. R. M. Cason Saturday.Mrs. .
Roger. Mr. Frercks will remain MacKeachieand Concert night.
,i Mrs. Martha Tuesday
and everyone is invited. i George E. LaRue termed Rand in Gainesville and mov- Annie Taylor of Au-
with the Smiths here.Mr. Harriet Rice Mrs. Mattie Torley and
Mrs. spenta
Also. the "Talent Table" and Mrs. Donald Pater himself the "un-invited can. ed to Florida and Keystonefive FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH burndale has returned horn
through the Christmas Holi- in daughter Mrs. Joe Preston,
few days with friends
will be in evidence. loaded and children were Thanks- didate" He was ruled out of years ago.Haberstroh KEYSTONE HEIGHTS after a week's stay with her
of Palatka visited friends
days. Orlando. in
with clever hand-made gifts giving dinner guests; of Mr. the council race last week by said "I thankall son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
t Dr. Margaret Shaw spent Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Hamilton Sherertz of the i Melrose last weekKEYSTONE '
'I suitable for Christmas pres- and Mrs. Dick Sunderland the City Council when it received of the people and will do I -
holidays
the Thanksgiving Morning Worship, 10:50: a. m.
ents. The items were made by Jean and family. a letter from the State my best to make a good I .
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with her friend, Mrs. Training Union. 6:15: p. ni-
those ladies who are clever I Mr and Mrs. John Bird Attorney General saying councilman." He led the tick-
i mother
Whitmore and her Evening Service, 7:30: p. m.
I with their hands In creating who live on Lake Keystone.On entertained at a dinner partyon there was "serious doubt" as et for councilman. Mid-Week Prayer Service, HEIGHTS. MELROSE! :
ingenious and artistic things. Shaw Thanksgiving Day. Guests to LaRue's eligibility. Incumbent Watkins, returned -
Sunday, Dr. returned Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Ralph
EYE BANK NOTES N- C.. included Lloyd Singley, Col. LaRue won 62 votes as a to office by the voters,. .
to Chapel Hill. Copeland, Minister of Mus!
week Major Bert C. and Mrs. Walter Andrewsenand "write-in" candidate. He con- previously stated that he, i -
Last
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where ,she is a pharmacy professor and Choir Director.
DIRECTORY
1( Christoffers. Gena Christ- at the University. Other -' family. and Mrs. Yaeko tends he was eligible sines would have no "change in BUSINESS!

offers. Gertrude M- Beidler,. guests for Thanksgivingdinner Hinck and two children. the new 1963 City Charter police if re-elected." After COOIR'T'cnmmn
I Ann Cathryn Beilder, Col. at the .Whitmore'swere Mrs Ruth Johnston of "disenfranchised"" him from the election Watkins said, "1 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS t -

John E. Beidler and Max Mrs, Evelyn Draper and Youngstown Ohio, a regular running. He contends he was want to thank everyone fo:: APPLIANCES MILLWORK | REAL ESTATE

.' R. Hearst were all signed as children and Ahmad Asher. winter visitor, will be backat eligible under the old charter their vote of confidence." Sunday School, 9:30 a. n. ,I -

I donors to the North Florida Mrs Draper, who is from her cottage.: No. 1, at White and was a voter in the A total of 263 out of 291'Morning Worship, 11 a. m. T V Service Cent,II I II j

Eye Bank for Restoring Sight. Alabama, and Mr.. Asher, whois Feather Court on Dec. 17. charter election. registered voters turned out; Youth Fellowship, 7 and 7:0:: 1 Keystone C. J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR
Somehow, the names of Mi from Egypt will both receive Mrs. Johnston, a, former Key- "It would have helped 'If to vote, making: a 90 per cent; p. m. j, J. K. TIMES. Proprietor 1Ii I

1 and Mrs. Edmond Poole were their degrees as Doctorof stone resident, likes to feel I hnd beenon the ballot, but I score. No apparent issues; Dr. Albert C. Holt, minister; Authorized Motorola Philc<(]Ii Millwork Shop
she is a part-time resident witj that kind of support "aired" in the .I
overlooked in previous list- Pharmacy during the May were campaign Mrs. George Canova. organist Sales and Service .

ings. They, too are donors. commencement, at the University now. and choir director; Mrs. Win. Service On All Makes CABINETS DOORS REAL ESTATE
1 Sherman E. Payne of Chi-
1 Please call Lion George of Florida. Warren. church WINDOW
I cago arrived in the area on children of Jacksonville, and conduct the morning an l secretary.ST i TV RADIO STEREO FRAMESSCREENS iIORTGAGES APPRAISALS
Schaeffer for in- Mrs Emery H. Cooper at- ,
1 Monday Nov- 25. for a sur- Mrs Pat Hutson and son of. evening worship services or l Work Guaranteed-TV Rental!I -
prise visit with his two sisters Half Moon Lake. Sunday. Dec- 8.COMMUNITY ANNE'S EPISCOPAL KO stone Heights 473-4651: I Trim MaterfchUlade Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4297

and his brotherinlawwho Miss Cleva Carson. former CHURCH CHURCH, KEYSTONE -,I Sash To Ordtt
live on Silver Lake :Miss Keystone resident, spent Union Thanksgiving services II
r Peggy Payne and Mr.and Thursday morning Nov. 21, at. the Community; SundaysMOrning Prayer VUTO SERVICETerrell's I Keystone Heights n3-428 .

i Mrs.. E. A. Haertle. Mr. Paynewas with frienls in Keystone, having Church were well attended Holy Eucharist, Church Winifred H.CRAWFORD.

_ on his way to South luncheon with Mr. and Because of the tragic death ol; School and Sermon 9:30: a r NURSERY

Florida on a vacation tour- Mrs- F. P. Egan. She is now the Nation's President tIn: m. Evening Prayer and EYC Gulf Service (

MEN Incidentally Peggy Payne living in Middleburg with meditation address given bj> 7 p. m. I i Nur.ery Sto..k Tho-nands O
I sayg she went deer hunting Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Jennings.Mr. RevW.. W. Worstall was in l WeekdaysDaily Morning New & Used Tires aee Real Estate Broke*:
'1 again this year in Utah, but and Mrs., Charles Par- keeping with the memorial]l Prayer, 8:30: a. m. Daily: Tom $3.00 Up All Sizes;,'I Plants & Fruit Trees, T(.

t THEY'RE I, didn't do so well. A porcu- dee and son have just returned respect for the Kennedy family Evening Prayer, 5 p. m. HoI? ..uhrw3lion Batteries Acees."'Ij i Choose From.'Ice Shade Trees, Lake Properties Acreage

I pine was all she got, but as from a ten-day vacation as well as the Nation.. Dr,, Eucharist Wednesdays, 10 a. :;:,'ergrl eM & Landscape Ranches Eushess City
JPLi 1 A. L7:30 F 11-
I she said it was mighty, goodI' and Thanksgiving trip with I A. C. Holt conducted the m : I Plants. Ail In Contafrera. I'lanl Homes RwtaU
t \ : calling-when you're hungry. relatives in Pennsylvania and regular services of worship. Keystone Heights 473-4279!
ALL We were glad to learn that New York. They encountered 'The Men's-Club .was host j PAEAN -BAPTIST CHURCH .Vnytime. See Oar .1'lants For We Take A PwkmaJ Interest

I Georgie Allen didnt" break his 'serious, ice and snow on their to the Keystone Indians foot GRANDIN. FLA. AUTO ,STORE Quality.. Let Us Do Your .In Your Requirement
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I ALIKE! leg after all, last Wednesday return trIp. Their elder' son ball team. Fifty-four. members Sunday School 10 A. m. Western Auto ; Landscaping. :i I
'evening. We thought it too: 'Charles, has recently joined i and fathers of the boyson i Morning Worship. 11 a. m. I Tfidwajr: Keystone Height .

I .& I !bid: to have it happen the the Air Force and is stationedin I the squad enjoyed steak, Training Union 6:45: p. m.I Associate Store 0. C. Carr.es Nursery i I tlelroM

. last quarter of the final gameof Texas. i dinner prepared by MrsA,/ Evening Service 7:30: p. m. I i I
the season. When the ambulance Arthur Chapman was rush- R. Gaunt Circle m mem-. i Prayer Meeting Wednesday, ** Appliances or Small I i'42 Mi. East Of Starko 0'1 I{ Illway 21-Op M Snndayi; .

took him to the hospital ed 'to the University Medical bers. The speaker was Coach 7:30 pm. Auto Accessories, Tires, Hwy 100 At florome.I i iI ;
___________ Batteries. OB 6-2SS1
I some of the students Center, having suffered a Larry Trivas of the University -t Business Fbooa 6S1- 663.
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Goods
It I told us that "the bone was heart attack early Monday of Florida who showed I Sporttag Bicycle Residence Pbone 681-5520 .
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That's why women love them! Women 1 sticking through the skin"- morning. films and highlights of several -I TRINITY EPISCOPAL Hardware, Paints, Garden r *
but fortunately it was a severe Folks are happy to see Col. football games. William I CHURCH MELROSE Supplies. i Night Time and 7 to 8 a m.1 l 3. E. McKay Realtor]

like our modern drive-in bank service I sprain. instead. David Nelson home from the Warren. president of the club KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ,_-- J .: .

Miss Susan Bird went to Naval Hospital in -Jacksonville presided, I Holy Daja 10 Bob '
a.
a-
_ and our bank-by-mail service, too. Gives i FLORIST 'RESTAURANTSBeilojler'a i i I'U Lots_ IMe Utty 5Ot\
Sarasota on Thanksgiving to after his recent illness. I Announcements: Stewards Sundays 10 a. m- Church 1I
them more free time with less effort. The join her sister-in-law Helen Joseph" Tullis is a patientin of the church will meet Mon-! School11:45 a. m. Morning I II Edna WilliamsFLORIST I Terras 16 Lots sunset Lake; .

Bird, who was spending the Gilmer Nursing Homein j I day, Dec. 9, at 7:30 p. min I Prayer and Sermon [First I II I 775. Terms. Investment tracU
whole family gains by using them. Thanksgiving with her mother St. Augustine: and would I the educational building. A I j jI '1JIlSnYFLO"ERti I
.J' Sunday. Holy Communion t .
Inn large enough for several IOta
Mrs. Helen Privett who appreciate cards or letters member of each of the five I Holiday ..... '
lives in Sarasota Helen is the from: his old friends. boards of the church will be I p.m. Episoopal Young Church- For AU Oced9MPhoni RestaurantFormerly I I access to wide sandy beach.

wife cf Lt. Paul Bird. formerly FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH appointed to serve' on' the I linen, "i..frv't,, *' OR 52331
t'se for recreation while holding .
of Keystone. Susan returned The First Baptist Church., nominating committee 'for I Communian. ; ...0.I ....-

on Sunday evening. I WJIU will have: meetings I i election of new members .of i iI I I The Rev. Jean Chance, ;UINsIitANCI I '; *: Lawrence's Dinette for Investment. E-Z Terms.

Thanksgiving day guests of every morning, starting Monday -I I the Board -of Stewards and : Vicar. !: I 3 BE CB furnished cottage on'eautIfu1
.i Mr. and Mrs. Bert Christ- Dec- 9, through December Beard of 'Trustees for the t Murrhee Insurance COMPLETELY REMODELEV
offers Jr. of Lake Geneva 13. at 10 o'clock for a Jan. 5 annual meeting. METHODIST aimerM2L2OSB I Lake notchlnxoa
MEMBER P B. I. C. KEYJTON HEIGHTS were Mrand Mrs. Oscar Week of Prayer for Foreign The church choir will pre- AgencyGeneral I OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLY f7,000. Terms. '
.. -_ -_..... Lunches \
.. Full Dinners -
.. fl" r-w.
Edelstein and Mrs. Anne Missions. Mrs. Stella Stanleyis sent a Christmas Cantata at Insurance I

lachovitz of Keystone, Prayer Chairman.Dr. the Sunday morning Worship Eer. Kenneth TV. Griffith i Fire Casualty Eon sAllied Ala Cart -; Italian Foods Keystone Heights. n, J

Mrand Mrs.' : Mark O. L. Walker. Head 'of I Service on Dec. 15- The Sun- Pastor !| Lines J 1 Block North of Red LightKETZTNE
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'- -- ---__ Edelstein of Gainesville Mr I the Department of Religionat day School Christmas pro- Sunday School 9:45 ..m. !;keystone Heights TeL 473-4285 HEIGHTS 47348184
and Mrs. Rand Edelstein and, stetson'University' will gram will beheld In the'edu- Worship 11 ft- m. 1 .




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said he had no objection toT i t = .
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I. build and rave his residtnc1.': ? i j
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Starke, in the near future. He'

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Johns voted: at first to kr: 1 1'i
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Another minor revision was i j4
) to change the voting place:: at
Lawtey from Kelly's store totft I
ML.. Turner's building.! I! '


1\1;, since Hardy the fixed said lines he yesterday have can been go ahead that definitely I I !! !!

and complete the work of I

i placing their the nroppr registered nrpcincts votersin H"I ,POUND
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expects to complete this job BLUE RIBBON.QUALITY BEEF

beiore district The boundaries the as end well of as of the the the mono pre-new I I 0 0 0 ;x.Irf BOLSS (MUCIC( ROAST LB69' -a UE 'le

f' cincts, will be advertised in :a i .. s'' s' dtu!'
BLUE RIBBON QUALITY -
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legal notice starting next .
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week.At the request of Hardy, 11 s RIB ROAST or STA1S( LB 19'. It" p DJ ] !

the Commission voted to pay
him an advance of $4,400 on I j 4e 1D BLUE RIBBON QUALITY (GROUND OR CHUNKS) _
1 his lob n$ consultant.; AccordIng I .f. 4 '
to the original agreement BONELESS BEEf CtJS LB 9C ? 7L1 i'

he was to have been paid a
I total of $6,000 when the job' I BLUE RIBBON Q BLUE RIBBON PLATE.BEEF _1

was completed to the board's ilBSLB39c -- i- '
t / : _
satisfaction. e ? LB : e o :
Under the new precinct set- i L : i< : 0

up, polling places will be a!? i a > _
VARIETY COOKING
FOR : -
follows No.1.: Lawtey City Hall: i I PIG FEET, I NECK BONES or BEEF TRIPE 21bs25t =, R

N:>. 2, Lawtey M. L. Turner t '
MILD lONGHORN FARMER GRAY COUNTRY STYLE' t +L t

warehouse. I at CHEDDAR CHEESELB59 SAUSAGE' LB 4ge ? .. t. =tx 1 ', ,ter -
t No.3, Bradford County I
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Fair building; No 4, Starke: READY TO COOK PEELED & DEYEINED PAN READY FULLY DRESSED z7'' "

I I Legion Hall; No.5, Bradford : SHRIMP 5LBBox249 MULLET LB 10 .
High School; No. 6, Bayless I 1
Hiway Baptist Church: No. 7,, --.-
RJE High School: No.8, LADY FAIR FRESH BAKEDPIA t.iMiT-2 2 ROLL PACKAGES WITH $5:.0fl MORTON FROZEN CHICKEN TURKEY, BEEF
TOI LET TISSUE
Starke: Armory: No. 9. South-I OR MORE FOOD ORDER Y d


side City No.House Hall Elementary 10;:Theressa No.No.12.11 School.Starke, Community Hampton Pub-: I!I ( t PI ES O; F,; r.o.a; "li'J EV E COLORS VHITEOR .r 4'. ROLL PKG ,; 'I"S .'


lic Library: No.( 13A TerwrU-1 f
egar Motois; No. 13B, Mrs L I II,I rtt a nET ERG EN 1S LIMIT-} OF YOUR CHOICE WITH $5.00 OR MORE fOOD ORDER t ,
E. Ratliff's residence; Gra- '
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I ham; No. 14, Madison Street YY :' F i: .,' FYNE-TEX f , Baptist Church No. 15A,, 1 e
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REGULAR ( 1'1 R.; 47oz PKG < :i>
Brooker Community House'No. : .: 460% PKG
15B, Wiggins! storage a9LADY .. .r- ...... ...' '
building, New River. \ JUNE BOY FRESH KOSHER DILL
In other action the Com- i LIMIT-l OFLBCAN YOUR CHOICE.. WITH $5.00 CR MORE FOOD ORDER
I} SAN BORN *
o mission: I \ If iC&tLES& H GAL 49c
I lm FAIR ICED 49 VALUE mskCHA FOOD FAIR ,
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Accepted a bid of $1.69 per : t"r: '
:
ton for limerork from lime- : (IN HEAVY SYRUP) 17or CANS
PKOi < I f' f' 'I E LB CAN LIBBY'S FRUIT
35tMRR
BUNS 'At"
stone bidder Products.on this item.Inc., the only S1'BERRV OF 8 0<.; .o : "a $i69

Accepted bid of Register

Oil Co. I Gulf 1 for supplyingthe FRE 1V3&R LIMIT-1 WITH $5.00 OR MOiJE FOOD ORDER a t
county's needs for gas- FYNE-TASTE tfR3RH

oline, diesel oils, lubricating ,
oils and greases. The only : i "er y y<1 T R' BIG 29oz CAN
other bid. from Sinclair Oil
Co., was discarded as not being SOUTHERN PLANTER BIG 29oz CANI.
"firm" since it was basedon k

tank-load prices and was i1 Ax FYNE-AKE LIMIT-I' WITH' $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER '. SWo POTATOmS 151
net deemed sufficiently specific ; .Mf\
LB e. KING COLE CAN
: Uex
Acknowledged receipt of a I $ <: ;1 ORTEr, iIG" CAN '::8 GREEN BEANS & POTATOES 2/25
Merchants : _
letter from J. E. Hardy: again I, !i : BESSIE LEEJUMBO
protesting the board not accepting -I i itlllcks. t PIES BOXES OF 12 3 /s.t
three
; his low bid on
Hardy asked for :a REDEEM YOURMERCHANTS .. '
1
specific was not reason accepted.why Chairman his! bid: GREEN [ r. f. : r t 1
[ Sjj3:
O SU'ij: -1. '
Carl Prevatt agreed to an- : \ t
kj STAMPS E&RLYI 1\1: 0 .. .. \
of' [ J
swer the letter on behalf I.i:; <" "-_ ..., .. _.,_ ., _..J I ;
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the board '. <'!::; I .' 4t
: ode }
Heard an inspection report ; VISIT OUR GIFT RE ,, '\" .'.\ --
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on the Bradford County jail t\ -r & L:,' _____ '
which rated conditions good \
with the exception of facili- DEMPTION DESK NOW ;1 D eifr
tie for juveniles. : $ _
I istened to a brief talk on AND MAKE A LEISURELY c
rural aging by Roger Hill ol .
the Florida Extension Service i
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who .offered his assistance SELECTIONFROMl 4 I n 1x
when the county enters into l- t '
the field of rural zoning MANY MANt WONDER '' 0 : I \\ :
Commissioner Jerome Johns ,
said that enabling legislationfor \ ,

county zoning had been FULQUALITYGIFTS. :j ...

passed by the last legislatureand I :
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recommended that the' 4 ; x '-r --- Ik

Commission take action to \ .. ,
implement this soon. t
Requested Road ForemanR. -

cutting. E- Jones of timber to investigate along the the I MONOGRAM LONG GRAIN -I )<< JY'' .

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county's right-of-way on the ----- ---- -----r-------- 4--------------------

Fbrsyths Road and to have! IilCE l Jj iji A4ercA>Ids lj I I { I.t : Alerchants .1 1aas ;EDi' j/ t Ilachlets II i t
it surveyed; to determine I I I. 1I 1I !1 II .
where the right-of-way line
t I : tsins I oaiu+ev we I
lies I FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS : : I II FREE EXTRAMERCHAHTS I I I FREE EXTRA I I I FREE EXTRAMERCKAHTS > I
Authorized Jones to pur- :, : I GREW STAMPS I : I :I GREEK STAMPS I: RiRCHAHTS GREEN! STAMPS : :I I GREEN STAMPS : '
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11 1 PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY DEC. 5. 1363


\ I r see much action. I ing definite progress on th*

; ; The Tornadoes will travel to Dropout Rate problem of dropouts," the'

IRONS Green Cove Friday night, De. BHS principal said, citing fig- I EII-SPEE!

i 6, for two games, A and B I ures to prcve his point. H'

?PIJ and} WOODS .squads, which will start at Low At BHS 1: related that a 10th grade with
RECAP
:6:30 p. m. Next Tuesday, Ds. ; an enrollment of 175 in recent -

10 they will take on Lake j years produced only 120j Firestone
[Continued from 1] hi
City: for two games which will Page j graduates, where as today

[also,begin at 6:30: p. m. in the there are 177 in the senior ff1 : : L-\\ "500"

local gym.Baby as possible. S6I JO :opc.L2: tUOI 3 WO.IJ ss"SJII l1 PremiumRubber

Play Tough Second Half I The broadening of vocational -1 II two years ago. ,

areas to include twa "We feel that a decrease o' : v ;

I TornadoCagers units in DCT three commercial -! from 50 to 19 is -
I dropouts encouraging Lifetime
; Hurricanes units two vocational agriculture ," Casey observed. 5'41s,
BUS Bows 18-6 1 Win 48-20
0 \v units, two vocational I .uarantee

... I Over Orange Park home economics units, one industrial WANTED Secretary-Sten
-- -- --
I arts electricity umt, ographer. Must be 600xl3 7.95
proficient
I to life in th3 first and Purple Hurricanes. GHS was sion of the pigskin four timesin i I
Coming the secbnd yards on try
I Bradford High's Baby Tornado and a new unit in automotive at dictation, typing [electric], -'- -
half of the November 27 then scoring off tackle on a held on downs after taking the second half but were mechanics- I 650xl3 7.95
cagers took a 46-20 victory nplJm!?:. K at -inoearance. accurate -
--
i closing game with Gainesville! six yarder through a hole ,big the Starke kickoff and actually never able to get more than By HOMER WOOD This last-named unit I work- Submit letter in 750x14 7.95
from Orange Park Tues- was
I ,High, Coach David Hurs ':! enough for a car. End Pete lost eight yards becauseof two first downs before having "
I handwriting
t .Tornadoes stepped the powerul Roberts missed the extra a 15 yard penalty, and to give it up on downs. !day night! December 3, for recently added to the curriculum own listing 800xl4 8.95

:! Hurricane offense and point try, his kick going wideas Henderson went back to puns; The entire Tornado fore- tered- Fourteen the Pro-Am teams this have Friday.en- i their first win of the season. I and is under the direction qualifications to Drawer 1030 and Starke.experience -670x15- 7.95 -
of Quincy Gardner of I
*"scored six points of their own |I did his two later at-I i from A bad his 27. from center wall Coach was Hursa praised after highly the gama by which consists of one pro and j Tim Adams led the sophomores -I Keystone Heights. 3tchg 12119: -760x15-- -- 9.95-- \

Three first half touch- tempts. The clocs showed: I snap three amateurs. Teams from j with 17 points, Emmett -
alert Tornado: tackle Mike for their defensive effort. Casey said that an IBM 820xlS--10.95'-'
*idowns had given the unbeat- that four minutes of the by I
had Robert Pow-
Lake Fern- JAkridge eight:,
City Gainesville 402A
machine
will be avail I
Maruca made the star halfback But the coach could find no- FOR SALE-Wool rug. 12X18 '
.en Hurricanes a safe 18-point game had elapsed. andina Beach Hyde Park 'tell six, Paul McLeod five, Bobby able for use by Jan- 15 to
miss the ball and it roll- thing much to say of histeam's ; mauve color. Mrs. J. R. Kite, Exch. Plus Tax .
lead but the 2,000 fans I The Hurricanes kicked off ed by him. Henderson pickedup first half play. Interior Waycross, and other sur- I White four, and Dale Cros- help students obtain a conceptof t'hJue oi-ti544 after J b p. at. Whitewalls 1.00 extraTOM'S
"watching: the two teams close to the Tornadoes the second rounding clubs have entered. automation.
the loose ball but was linemen Tommy Thomas: by two. He added thaithe ItchgFOR
'their seasons on a crisply cool I time in just minutes after the One of the favored teams
study of vocational subjects -
Harold
and
brought down at his 18 yard Mike Maruca The Baby Tornadoes will
4 "Thanksgiving weekend saw I contest began and Larry line by Harold Bishop, settingup Bishop stood: out for BHS in for the Pro-Am is from Gain- ravel; to Green Cove Friday I in addition! to provid.ing SHELL

the Tornadoes hold the Hur- Crawford returned it 22 yardsto : the Tornadoes only touch- I the second half.Sophomore esville and consists of Conrad.I night, Dec. 6, for a game and good job training, is; SALE Q4! ReI-Air
"jicanes to 67 hard-earned his 30 in a twisting turning L linebacker Steve Rehling [tpro'l 1, and Bob Murphy sparking the interest of stu- ChevroletGood Condition.
down take
: will on Lake City at home 435 E. Madison
yards rushing in the second: sprint up the sideline while On first down deep in GHS Tilley also played especiallywell Lloyd Watts, and Chip dents in mathematics and Phone 9ti4-ba5z: lor ucutJS. Phone
next Tuesday, Dec. 10. Both 961-8551
.I "half. The Tornadoes never evading several tacklers. territory quarterback Elder in his second start at AndersonLloyd and Chip reading. ltchg ,

P showed much offensive power That ended the Tornadoes' fired a 13 yard pass completeto that post. He was promotedfrom plan to play in the invita- games will begin at 6:30: p. m. "We feel that we are mak- ... I

';, but they played defensively offensive effort however. as end Jimmy Dowling at the the B-squad to fill the tional also.BobDy .

in the second half as quarterback Phil Elder faded Hurricane five for another spot after injuries benched Tomlinson's team

I though* they held the 18 point back to pass on first down first down. Fullback Tom Henry Thornton- Tilley was won the Keystone Pro-Am

"Jead.co and fumbled when hit by two Gardner playing at less than probably the most outstanding and also plans to play here

GHS went into the game Hurricane tacklers, GHS recovering halt speed with an injured! Tornado player in the Friday. They have a goad

ranked the fourth team in the the ball at the knee got one yard to the first half his name continu- chance to win.

tate and ended its season Staike 23 yard line. four and Elder threw a jump ally coming over the loudspeaker Jack Rountree of Lake

r-with an 8-0-2 record. The From that point it too pass over the head of E1H as tackles were an- City, defending champion of
Hurricanes were tied by Pa"latka GHS eight plays to punch out Douglas in the end 14llaH the Invitational, Js coming 20 Words or les, one time _, .95 Memorials, Resolutions Be per WDft

and Orlando Boone. the 23 yards to the goal. second down. nounced.STATISTICS back this year to play against U not paid in advance -_ _ 1.00 Cards of Thanks u? to 5ft words 1M

The Tornadoes closed their Spangler going over from the But on third down Elder BUS GUS some of our local golfers such Keyed or Blind Ada ___ 1.00 Over 50 words _u_ _ 5c per 1fIIf I

Reason with a 6-4 record and two at the nine minute markin again hit end Jimmy Dowl- First Downs 5 12 I as Harold Bishop III and Each additional word over 20 03 Display ads In Classified __ L50 per IliW I II

-posted one win over Live the first period. ing, this time up the middlein rushing 0 10 Clyde Terwillegar. !

."Oak, and three defeats, frqm That ended the scoring for the end zone. The bail passing 2 2 As ,things look now. we will Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! I FOR SALE-Dress form $10. I Bradford County The Coun*
LAST
I .Lake City, Palatka, and St awhile as the Tornadoescame bounced off Dowling's chest penalties 3 0 probably be filled up tonight, CALL -To join Avon Automatic electric toaster $5. ty of Planned Progress stampi

.,AugustIne in their first year to life briefly: and show- but Eddie Douglas was john- Yds. Gained rushing 2 195 so if anyone is ready for Sales Staff in time to earn Steam dry iron $5. Electric $1.14 at Telegraph.. _
before -- ---
'.bf Florida Star Conference Yds. Gained 43 57 good fun out Christmas. Write FilERead iron $3. 1 down
I ed their- best offensive effortto ny-on-the-spot. ana caught it pass. I some come on comforter FOR SALE-2 bedroom house.
( "))lay. Their only other loss that point: going from before it hit the ground for Yds. Lost penal. 0 110 ;, and sign up. 540 Ovida, Live C. Sweat.Oak P. O. Box $10. Phone 964-0135. Up Redecorated inside and out-
Fla.
was to Gainesville High last TDDon- Passes Completed 6-17 5-15 :. 1 -Homer ltchg FOR Good neighborhood.
their own 22 yard line 50 the only Tornado I SALE 3 bedroom, 2 Easy
t week. yards to the GHS 23 before ald Falcon's kick for the extra Passes Int. by 1 0 WANTED to 8 acres for The Classifieds! bath, concrete block houseon terms. W. H. Nollman._ tfchg
Gainesville domInated I and the Fumbles Lost 1 1 Bradford building near Starke. RalphW. IF YOUR NAME IS --
) completely they ran out of downs. point went wide Opens two lots. Hardwood floors WOULD like responsible par-

t J first half of play last Thirty yards of tne drive score was GHS 18-Starke 6 Punts 6-31 2-31' Cage Season Martin. 310 W. Call St. FOUND AMONG THE and central heating. Near ty to pay $10 monthly on late

Wednesday, piling up 128 came in penalties, however. A with 7.59 left in the third Score by quarters: Phone 964-2093. Up CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL Southside school. Phone 969- model Singer Siant-O-Matic
''yards rushing and pushing : Rob- Bradfrod0 0 6 0-6 With 78-31 Win MALE HELP WANTEDAre 2455. .
personal foul on punter period. AT TilE TELEGRAPH tfch3 in console. Balance $169.00.
] halfback Don Spangler across ert Nelson netted the, Torna- Apparently spurred by their Gainesville 12 6 0 0-18 you looking for a per- Gaston Lalanne Phone Gainesville 372-6364.

for all three of their touch does a 15-yard advance to touchdown. the Tornadoes' Scoring Summary: Tornado cagers opened their manet job, or a change of ,OFFICE FOR A FR'EE'I

downs. The first two came in their 44. Two plays: later the determined defense kept the GHS-Spangler 3, runs of season Tuesday night:, Decem- jobs? Perhaps you qualify for 'TICKET TO THE FLORIDA FOR SALE-3 bedroom Unfurnished _ _ 3ty, -12119;-

the first period and were set locals advanced a total of 30 Hurricanes outside their 35 6, 2. and 15 yards. ber 3, with an easy 78-31 victory an opportunity to learn the 'I THEATRE.FOR house. Screened C. A. Pardee ----

up by Tornado miscues and yards more as Elder threw yard line the entire second Bradford-E. Douglas 1. on r over Orange Park in the Finance Business from the front and back porches. WE HAVE a selection of used

i the final one came in the second 15 yards io sophomore end half. Gainesville had posses!: 4vd. rats from P. EWer.I local gym. ground up. High School grad- RENT 3 rooms and Hardwood floors. Nice neigh- refrigerators. All in working

period on a rugged 40- Eddie Douglas. Coach Erwin Land said he uate desired. Auto necessaryWe bath furnished house. Phone borhood near Shopping Cen- order for $40 up. SLADE GAS
il Pete Barton led Draw Tite "Well satisfied. for 964-2261, ter. Phone 969-2831. tfch of STARKE tfchg
jyard drive. Another 15 yard penalty. Takes First I wag an have a good :starting salary tfchg
Starke won the toss and was handed GHS on the playas I Coke :with a 444 set. opening game" with the way and auto allowance Insurance FOR SALE Shetlan.1 pony FOR SALE : Easy: Washer .4J1

took the opeing kickoff, 'but pass interference was I Place In Tuesday Starke Telephone was a -1 his players perfo ed. benefits. vacation 2Va years old. Phone 969- and Dryer. Matched pair. $85. HASTINGS MATTRESS

fullback Tom Gardner and charged to them and it gave winner over Food Fair led by Six-four center John! Williams with pay. If you are willing I 2151. tfchg See Bill Brown at Brown's {l& UPHOlSTERY WORK
: Bowling League :E.: Patz with a 494 series. B. 'dumped in 30 points as his
Crawford Sunshine
Center.
halfback Larry the Tornadoes a first down at to respond to direction, and i. 'Up
710 Lemon
RED I St. falatkt
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CEDARS-In and
\ Lawson was high for Food teammates continually fed the cans ----+---- --
could get only seven yards in the Hurricane 24. The gates first looking for a career, inquire NEWAND USED: -;.-Chain saw
Coca-Cola took over Fair with a 450 set. in ground large enough for Furniture
( ball to him through the Orange Repaired
four tries. Robert -Nelson Town Finance 144 ,
closed tightly there. however Company, $50.00 up. Repairs all makes.
place in the Tuesday night Mooneyham's Heating to k Park defense. Guards Richard Christmas trees. Priced according -
punted thebll 30 yards to' theO:1S as Elder lost four yards in stopping I W Call St., Starke: Fla. Lawn mowers sales and ser Upholstered & Refinished
by '
Bowling League four from Hercules. George jHobbs and Bobby Moody had: to size. 'vice. Your McCulloch Dealer \
40 and the Tornadoesgot tfchg
of star three attempts to pass. Lake Geneva 3 points to 1. Schaefer and Pat Bradley each, ill points each, Ernest Jenkins : Large fuel oil heater, tank Florida Saw Co.. :19th' Driv'* MATTRESS2S REDUIJJ''
their first'taste
", I Gainesville's third and final Clyde Terwillegar led the win- rolled a 532 series for Mooney- (eight, Gary Cole six, Harold FOR RENT OR SALE 3 and rack 2000. J. H. Mc- N. East. Gainesville Fla. 6- New Innerspringa
Hurricane halfback Fred TD came with'-4:56 gone ners with a 580 series, and B.. ham's. Howard Meyer was high !['iShOp five,' Donald Falcon bedroom home clean. Call Eachern, Keystone Heights. 3411. tfchs
Henderson. The stocky scat- in 'the second period after high for Geneva for Here's with 535 set. Ifour 964-2033. : ltp and Box SpringsDrop
Wolfe was a and Jeff Warren and Mic- 3tchg 12J19; OWN YOUR HOME! No
back returned the punt 23 they had driven 60 yards in I Us A Card Call
iwith a 576 set. 12th Week Won Lost.key Dansby two each. FOR RENT-Small house for closing cost. Low monthly or
: WANTEDExperienced sec I
yards as several 'Tornadoesfound six plays, their most noteworthy I CoCa-Cola 37 11 PALATKA RA 5-9161
lack Starke Motor Parts remained i Williams scored his 30 points couple; See R. 'W Brannen. retary. Shorthand and typing payments. Also houses and
out that
sloppy effort all Ion I
night
? Lake Geneva 35 13 STARKE 964-59J4
in third place, but dropped he sat the 520 W. Weldon st. Phone I
even though on essential. Write P. O. Box I apartments for rent. See W.
ling wasn't going to stop him
his 40
Taking! the pigskin at fourth placeBlackwell's Starke Motor Pts. 30 18 MEL PEGGY SIIALLES.
to
three points bench most of the second 964-6375 after 5
penod. p. m. ltp 790, Starke. tfchg H. NOIlman Starke. tfchg
After an off sides penalty Spangler got four yards a- Esso. Jimmy Clark Blackwells Esso 28 20 The Tornadoes scored '78 I Starke Agent

on his first plav and then j I round left end before ,Henderson led Blackwell's with a 511 Gem Jewelry 25 23 points during the game even FOR RENT 1 bedroom furn- COINS BOUGHT FOR RENT-3 bedroom un-

Henderson getting nowhere. raced 23 yards around,series, and Frank Jarvis also Noegel's Auto Sales 24 24 though most of the startingfive ished apartment. Paneled liVing -I EXCHANGED furnished house. Newly painted I WANTEDTo lease or buy \

on a left end try, quarterback: his right end for a first downat rolled a 511 set to pace Starke Tom's Shell 23 25 sat out thesecond and room. Central heating. I Pay current market value inside. Large yard. Screened I acreage for fill dirt pur-
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Randy Wyatt'completed aseven the Starke, 30. :Motor Parts. Starke Tele. Co. 19 29 'fourth periods. 'Williams was $40 per mo. and:: electrical,I' for old coins: Indian Head front and back porches. .I I poses. Will pay cash. Call \V.I .
Draw-Tite Co. 18 30 ,' bill. Near schools. Phone 964- Mrs. E. J. Bowling 570 Wes:,I T. [ ,
yard pass to Spangleras Four plays later Spangler Gem Jewelry and Noegel's :the only starter to play in the I PenniGold Coins Com Billy] Jackson, 964-4011.
he got his tEam: moving: again traversed his left end,,Auto Sales split 2-2. Doug Food Fair 18 30 'final quarter. 4754. Itp'i memoiatives Medals. Call St. phone 964-4621. II Central Truck Lines. tfchg
fcOn the next play. third down this time for a 15 yard touchdown Hercules 16 32 FOR RENT 2 bedroom .Itchg --- -
,Jones led Noegel's with a 598 [ The Tornadoes jumped to a I Denver R. Devrick FOR RENT -Small furnished -
he sent end Kirk Sutton down I '::eries. and Mitch Evans was No'egels 16 32 21-4 first quarter lead, stretched furnished house on Kingsley I D &W Auto Supply FOR: RENT- 3 bedroom CB house on Westmoreland

the middle between two Tornado -- Second) Half high for Gem with a 482 total. I it to 32-12 at halftime, led Lake. Boat and Lath house. 516 E. Brownlee St. unfurnished house on E. See Sam Rosenberg. 2tchg

defenders and completed Fans during halftime were Tom's Shell dropped Draw 'Wells Electric 61-22 at' the end of the third $65 -year round. Phone964- tfchg Laura St. $50 per mo. in ad- James- -- -McEachein------- -- -----

his second straight pass wondering just how badly the I period and finished the contest 8544. tfchgFOR vance. H. V. Knight. tfchg I -- -- -- -
Tite four to none, hold- FOR SALE OR RENT 4
points Takes Three From I FOR RENT Furnished"
for 34 yards and a first down Tornadoes would go down. I 48 lead. a-
78-31 a point RENT4 room and TRY DIADAX tablets [For-
I at the Starke nine. but they got a big surprise I ng seventh place. Joe ValinskiJ3d Triest Barthlow Park's .i room house, bath hot water partment at rear of store. 321
Art
I TeamWells Orange bath furnished apartment. heater 4 closets. 6 miles merly DEX-A-DIETJ New
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Tom's with 536 set fol- N. Temple A'e Call 969-2981.
Halfback Spangler did the when the Big Red line a six-five center, led his team
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Phone 969-1185 between
p formular only
South of Starke 301 name same
rest of the work getting three promptly went to work on the I j owed by J. Williams with 535. ,with nine on tfchg .
Electric took three points. 125
m. and 6 p. m. 3tchg ; Phone Waldo 468-1147 after 98c MITCHELL'S DRUG

.:. --- r __ !DIIlI -.. TW'u..5"! "' n' ---:/points from Triest Constructionin I Coach Land started Williamsat ROOM FOR RID."T-Nice and 6p.m. Up .STORE 6tp1! LAKE GENEVAINDUSTRIES
the Ladies Twilight League center, Ernest Jenkins' and :
clean. $8.00 per week. 148 N. HOUSE TRAILER for rent. ,
Cow in pasture. Owner
i this week. The league is bowl- I Gary Cole at forwards, and my
Church St. Phone 969-1561! may have by paying ad and Can be moved on your own
I : at the '
;ing again Starke. since Hobbs and Moody at guards. MOBILE HOMES
4tchg 1215: lot. Phone 9641651. J. B
lanes have been here. describing it. C. C. W$nfl, Rt.
reopened Harold Bishop alternated at
1 Box 436. 2tp 12112: White. 2tchg 12J12; AUTO SALES
i i :M. Firth had high series 462 forward with Cole and Donald FOR SALE Hogs for deepfreeze I I --
Free for Wells, while B. Sprow was Falcon filling in for Moody at Barbecue. Breeders.H. ;I FOR SALE-57 Plymouth, 6 FOR SALE: Shade trees: USED FURNITURE J

high for Triest with 488. guard at times. Fa:con is the H. Mott, phone 485-2713, cylinder straight stick. Rea flower bushes, and vines.- AND APPLIANCES

Gateway took four points only sophomore on the varsity Brooker. 2tp 12:12: sonable. Call between 8 a. m Mrs. Dessie Cowart, Heilbronn "Always Below Market

from Murrhee Insurance. N. this season and is expected to HORSEsaddle and bridle and 9 a. m. 964-7371. ltp Springs. 2tchg 12',12':, and CLEAN"

Nelson had high series 490 for for sale $100.00 W. R. John HOUSE FOR RENT 2 bed- OBEY That Impulse

Gateway while P. Brown was I I I son. Griffis Loop. Starke. room unfurnished. Walking FOR SALE "Drive a J..ittle-Save \

high with 425 for the losers.L. Ellington was high for Gem phone 964-3735. Itp distance to Post Office. Ready mix concrete, concrete a Lot!"
Jackson rolled high series with a 452 set, while E. Griffis block. house piers sand cement
Phone 964-2521. tfchg Lake Geneva Mobile Homes
427 to lead Starke 66 in taking ''paced Andrews Drugs with405. FOR RENT-2 bedroom nice- mortar mix. rock, steel
fa.'e three points from Goodman's. Standings Won Lost ly furnished house with car- WE BUY PECANS Toj eyster shell, limerock, roof and Park
I prices paid. Warehouse In Rntels. BRADFORD 1 mi. South of
gravel
Free! J. Ellington led the losers with Triest Const.25i H port and large utility room. Keystone
a 413 series.D 'Gateway 24 16 For a couple or with an infant Waldo and Gainesville. ENGR. CO. Phone 964-2521 Heights on Hiway 100
17 Fanner's :Mutual Exchange. Starke. tfche
Starke 66' 23
& W Auto, paced by A. child. No pets please.I
Reach with a 524 series took I Goodman Serv 22 18 Inquire at 733 N. Thompson;I Phone Fr. 2-1095, 216 N. W. '

three points from Sleepy Hol- D & W Auto 21% 18* St. tfchgINSURANCE 10th Ave. Gainesville. tfchg S. L. Peek Jr. I Complete PlumbingInstallation
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) ) low. (IAndrews Drugs 19 21 I
F Hardenbrook rolled a FOR SALEUsed plywood, 100 FT LOTS for sale. Fronting -
: ,454 set for the losers. !Wells Elec. 171 i 22 K AT REDUCED RATES I. 5c sq. ft. Lavatories: like new, Highway 16. Phone 964- & Repairs

Gem Jewelry and Andrews Gem Jewelry 17& ,22% AUTO FIRE BOAT $10 each. Medicine cabinets, 1651. J. B. White. 2tchg 12'12' 1 Year Guarantee on New
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I Drugs each took two points. S. Sleepy Hollow 15 25 DOYLE E. CONNER I. $3 each. Good used lumber Installations

4 ',Murrhee Ins. 15 25 INSURANCE AGENCY used plumbing supplies. Jack- FOR SALE- Wurlitzer spinet
Phone 964-4501 I' Phone 964-2431 Nile or Day
son Building Supply, Starke. piano. Excellent condition
Free : tfchg I tfchg Phone 964-7232. Up A. L. MERSEREAU

J AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE REGISTER NOW for Adult FOR RENT -Partially furnished and EDWIN JOHNS
BE SURE TO SEE World Book
Evening Classes. Mail course
964-2600 I I 2 bedroom house. An
before buying any other En-
selections to Director Drawer
newly painted inside. Easy cyclopedia. M. A. Payne, yourlocal I FOR SALE-8 x 35 ft. Liberty
100 Starke, Fla. Apply in per- j
DeWitt C. i
Jones
Funeral Home walking distance of down
representative since 1956 Trailer. Excellent for couple.
1:30 to 4:30 usa i
son p.m.
TURKEY A DAY [rear]. Negro adults contact I! town. Phone 9642521. tfchg P. O. Box 603 Phone 964-3794 Phone Keystone Heights 473-

DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director I Prof. Thompkins RJE High ;I 1: FOR SALE-Solid rubber tile I. tfch* 4731.

Starke Fla. 38"! thick. Beautiful colors.
School.
I tfchg
PEYTON fLORIST FOR SALE Gas heater; prac.
DRAWINGS EACH. WEDNESDAY AT 8:00 P. M. I I I Direct from factory at prices
- RENTAL SERVICES 119 S. THOMPSON ST. tically new; vented; safety
Insurance Problems 1\\, :you can afford. M. R. Judd,
ASK ATTENDANT FOR DETAILS pilot; blower, thermostat con-
( Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crotches 127 Lafayette St. Phone 964- PHONE 964-4155
Call The Man From I trol 35000 BTU. Will sell for .
: "rRAYELiES"George 5951. Call evenings. tf hg NIGHT 964-3891 *T 9C9-1622
half price. 1420 W. Pratt
I THE FOLLOWING HAVE WON TURKEYS I E. LaRue I FOR SALE Florida ninety DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS St. Phone 964-0154 Up

Mrs. R. II. Futch, Lawtey; David Padgel Maxville; Hester Thomas, ft I fl 0 0 That's Our Business ; Keystone Heights Agt For |i 1 strawberry plants. See S. C. We Wire Fknren Anywhere HELP WANTED Female \

V3 E. H U U Traveler Ins. Companies" I j Harley.. Route 2,. Starke, Fla. tfchs
I 825 N. Temple Starke; J. L. Troelinger283L Coran Drive E., Jacksonville "If ug Glass We Have It" reliable person to operate
_____I Ted Blain 10462 First N. St. Petersburg Fred Smith TeL 473-4692 Day ltp : "
; Way ; .1 CALL WRITE or VISIT 473-4325 Nites. II For Monuments small business. Small pay

Lawtey; Joe S. Starling Starke; Mabele Underwood Starke, C. Mus-\ ';g11 FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S Auto ,Fire Home Business A. C. SLADE Licensed during winter. 321 N Tempi?

-- grove, Starke; Geo. Estes, Lawtey; 0 M. Turner, Starke; Jos. S. Monthly Payment Plan 1 I plumber and builder county- Markers Etc. Ave. lichg

Starling -Starke Paul Underhill Starke Janelle Pollard Starke. (1 ,i wide. Three ways to save you
; ; ; I GLASS CO. ,: Available i money"": by the hour. job or CALL Choice Cedars For Xmas

NOT INC. !i tfchg.!!I contract. Phone Maxville G. S. NewcombPhone Trees. Pansy, petunias calen
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COME IN AND SEE USIMPERIAL I 289-4491. 6tp 1'9 dula. Snap &)ragon. Also ,
"Fermerly Joe Peters :Glass Co." NEWLY DECORATED furnIshed -'" 964-0591 shrubbery-Mrs. V. B. Per-

I SERVICE We Design Modern Store Front apartments. One and I OFFICE MACHINES I guson. Raiford Road north of

_I : Just Mail Us A Pattern For two bedrooms. Reasonable.I CLEANED REPAIRED BULLINGTON APPLIANCESGood i Starke. Phone 964-5571. tfciw 1
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STATIONSTARKE STARKE TYPEWRITER ,
Lights and water furnished.i I used refrigerators televisions -

Table Tops : Contact 431 Center St. or' SERVICERt. washers radios. etc. ZIP CODE STAMPS FOR ,
U. S. 301 NORTH
FLA. 1313 N. W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2-4t.: phone 964-7191 or 946551. Ii 1, Box 51, Lawtey Guaranteed operating order. SALE AT BRADFORD COUN.
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1'1 Studies recently completedby family. In Bradford County there- BAPTIST CHURCH ;/v ( -F'I; -
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Up 78 Pet. the U. Department of Some of the increase had fore, the real rise' in family Rev. Roscoe Davidson .will l Hi .a: :. ,
Commerce and other agencies no actual cash value, of income over the 15-year per- be the speaker at the morningand
show a significant rise in course because the cost of iod amounted to 78 per cent.
I In J5 Years evening services on Sunday -
earning capacity in Bradford living had advanced at Ito This advance, which was Dec, 8, at the Johnstown
County since 1947. I greater than that recorded in
same time and a dollar in Baptist Church, located mid Santa will also be on the streets and in Starke stores '
|,1 i To what extent has Bradford -I The average income per 1962 would not buy as muchas many sections of the country, between Lake Btuler and
: I County's economy moved! family at that time, after tax- a dollar in 1947. Three- I made for a higher standard 1 way Raiford. A cordial invitationis at regular intervals during the shopping season. : S
since World War II? HO-.V I es, amounted.to $1,777 a year fifths of the increase did have I of living than ever before. extended to everyone to (/f w
.. much better off are local residents As of last year; the local actual monetary value, however II I The comparable rise in the come and join in these services Stores Open Longer Hours For : ; >., 1
than they were 15 years average had more than dou- according to. Commerce : U- S. was 35 per cent and in
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the state of Florida. 45 per;! Shopping ;
-- Schedule of services: Sunday -
I cent.Average growth rate School, 10 a. m. Worship.
11 a m. and 7 p. m. Prayer OPEN Wednesday afternoonsDec.
I q! throughout the country during Meeting each Wednesday,
'the 15 years, on the basis 4 Des. 11 Dec. 18 s g
7:30: p. m. r
*" .of family income, was $120
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per year. CHURCH OF GOD OPEN Friday, Dec. 6, and Fri.,
d Since this 120 representscash 423 N. St. Clair St. .
income only farm Dec. 13 till 8:00 P. M. .. -
d&N ( iSTS families because some of their Sunday School. 10 am 4 C i p Zx ae

returns rent-free were housing in the and form of in Evening Morning Service Worship, 7:30:, 11 p.m.a. Y-m. OPEN Friday, Saturday, Monday, ) $ _'

0 goods produced and consumedon PE each Wednesday 7:30: p. Dec. 20, 21, 23 till 8:00: P. M. A. y '
the farm. m. Prayer Meeting Friday ty\ ;
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( : PAGE- EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORID.\.. : ,THURSDAY. .DEC. 5. 1963
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.- c eL .Rl ' T"W'W noon on said day en !the ;premises final discharge and that I will
II'' e. r h v -\OT1CE OF SHERIFF'S SAtR of the Bradford County apply to the. Honorable. TheronA.
II Perfect Pudding for a Party Notice Is hereby given tnatI Jail I will offer for sale and Yawn,' County Judge of
P. D. Reddish Sheriff of sell to the highest bidder for Bradford County, Florida on
,' \ j armer s DiaryBy s Bradford County, Florida under cash in band, the abe described December(I. 1963. for approval.
r. and by virtue of Writ of of said defendant .
property of the same and'for final dtsfcharge -
Gem I Execution to Wit: to satisfy the Aforesaid -}
Jewelry f ge ar as administrator of the
iJ'l' Execution issued out of Smail Execution.
'j Sam McGarrey ,
deceased
Claims Court of Alachua County P. P. Reddish.. Sheriff Estate. of James Hornsby -
,
Florida pursuant to a final Bradford County Florida.
Dated this 15th day of No.
judgment for Marion Finance
1114| 4t 1:/5
1 109 E. Call St. outing and ate most ol Company, a Florida Corporation vember, 1953.
before he got home. and against Hnbeit Berry r isHarriette C. Pomeroy
STARKE'S I ? defendant in the la The County Jndge'a Court ,
LEADING amount ofss0.5s Harriette C. Pomeroy as ad-
1 eW together with costs of Bradford CountFlorida ministrator of the Estate of
s i( JEWELER I \ And speaking of pecans, it collection I"rubntr0. 1-730 James Hornsbr. deceased. \\
A WI like the prices have ..o. ec as. 6 I Have seized and have in my In He: Estate of James Horns- 11/21 4t 12'12THE
4e possession:;:;; the following described by deceased.
down for the season persona! property to Notice Of Filing: For Final
about 20 cents a pound wit: Discharge Administrator BIGHT POINT for the
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WHERE YOUR I 1951 Chevrolet Tick up Truck To All Whom It May Conce
t for the best nutsThat's ID Xo. JBA U4745 Tag 45 GK .... way you write. Come in and
CREDIT way off from the 50 cents 837As Notice is hereby given that 1 select your favorite ESTEB-
i Another cool snap nuts brought some few the property of the above have filed my final return as
INo past weekend but not thing named defendant and that on administrator of the Estate of BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE
but then a
I ago Monday the !9th day ot December -' James Horn shy, deceased; thatI GRAPH.
I CHRISTMAS JEWELRY IS GOOD WITH 1 to set the berry crop that doesn't happen of- 1S63 at twelve o'clock have filed my petition for "

if the weather holds .
t' Carrying Charge Or Interest il j it is now. there's "a "I I I
chance of of
a crop Growers of greens are r : ,4 I BEITR
I mas" berries. The the weather care ChristmasSWEATERSSKIRTS

Or Ask About Our Discount II growers welcome an these days. All they need i 1! -
i" crop, as it gives them for a hard freeze to hit up TOT
For Cash us for holiday use, but and then a littl;; i ii I A h
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with large plantings of greens can bring up I 1
q HonestyIntegrityServiceCultured crop will .be held I $3 a dozen and at that 1I I 1i i SHOPPE
t come in during tbe. a grower can "strike it I I
season. ." I
ySM'n: .4 W ua4a d at
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A Pearls I Morris Starling of Two of the future sources !I 1
ham who has a big food for humans being II
PendantsBracelets \v of berries said are cellulose [wood I I
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: the "boom" in berries for example] and sea ;
Miami area is about [similar to pond scum] I
{ : i while the topic is inter- $ L "e
said growers there ran ........... _ily
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...aM..*.i number of difficulties we cannot work uo UIorrPr
'::::''::F\/;:.., Crosses &! that have enthusiasm for the pros- This excellent steamed pudding is a perfect holiday dessert. Servet .
they 1
"::<: ? hot with deliciously thick Foamy Sauce: Beat 3 egg yolks slightly
I Only 1 here. He cited last Indeed we suspect that: and add% cup confectioners'sugar \'$ teaspoon of salt, \'z teaspoonof ,
; example when Miami white bread being sold vanilla, and if desired 1% tablespoons of brandy. Beat until very {
Diamond Pendants $1595 \ had "soft" is made from wood thick and about the color of a lemon. Whip a cup of cream and fold -. I .
1 I into the mixture. Chill before serving. .
I couldn't sell them for or something other than egg

t! hl keting because good I ; Holiday Chocolate Pudding

t were available_here 1,cup mixed candid fruits % teaspoon salt LiIit
J It be that in the fu- SLIPS
may and peels' 1'3 cup' butter or margarineVi ; ,
Had a real &socia.'M the earth may be over- cup water ?i cup firmly packed brown iiitigijw
I ner last week when with peoples and addi- tablespoons rum extract sugar ?
Sheriff John sources of food may 1}$'cups sifted flour 1 egg GIRL'S SLIM JIM SETS I aI ,
County '
f 2 teaspoons double-acting 3 squares unsweetened
# 0 .. ; head entertained! at be necessary; But now, baking powder chocolate, melted
.- -- I ing of the fall term of more wheat on haul % teaspoon baking soda 1 cup milk (p 1'I Vt

'AJ court in Lake Butler. we know what to dJ Combine mixed fruits, water, and rum extract in a saucepan. \
table were dove why do we have to eat Bring to a boil over high heat; then reduce heat and simmer until 4

>r, CROTON turnip greens shrimp :: bread that tastes like all liquid is absorbed,stirring occasionally.Sift ;, 11 Boy's Shirt and Pants Sets a

'/1. biscuits cornbread. sweetened by-product of a together measured sifted flour,baking powder, soda End salt. .a;
tfh -pulp mill. Cream butter add continue creaming until t
> ELGIN rup and pie Judge ; gradually sugar I I -LI....
w y 1 4 blended. Add egg and chocolate; beat until smooth. Alternately addflour
Patten especially Now perhaps you can n-/ mixture'and milk, beating well after each addition. Stir in I! Better Hurry For These Items ,
BULOVA doves as he said he fruit mixture. Spoon evenly into a well greased 2-quart mold. ,
hunting them, but why we ate so many Cover tightly with greased aluminum foil and place mold in a pan
Buy Your 'Jj more than he hits. of cornbread over at of hot water.Bake in a moderate oven ((375F.) about IVi hours,or 1 Before They Are Sold! 4
/ E rv/, Butler along with good t until a cake tester inserted in pudding will come out almost clean
.(1 and to from the sides of the mold. Serve
Watch cane syrup. pudding begins pull away
We think
'doves hot. Top with Foamy Sauce, if desired. Makes 12 servings. ,
1I far but more prefer meat quail on as the I J BETTY'S TOT SHOPPE EAST CALL ST.

Where
YOU Can_ Receive and we like light I The Circa Court Of The
most I ; htJa Judicial Circuit Ol FIRST BAPTIST i
} Guaranteed ServiceaW everyone agrees In .4nd For llradforil __ __
doves are sweeter. !I onat,. Ia Chancery. Case. Xo. CHURCH STARKE c n
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I 1 Tommie Jean Huff Plaintiff : Sermon for Sunday. Dec.
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: Sheriff Whitehead I -. eorge. Marshal! Huff, de-I. 8i-Morning: "Ye are. the salt: -

that deer hunting in DIVORCE of, the earth," [Matt. 5131.:' "
\{ e I Butler this area is 'Order' To Of Defend Publication 'I. Evening "Life's great .
He said
year. "
yp In the Name of the State of' choice [Heb. 11 24-261.. ]
killed in the first two Florida to: '' I'
Schedule of regular
services -
This Year It's
HRISTM P.S hunting and that George Marshall Huff
Champlain Street : Sunday School, 9:45: a .
more deer this year Rochester 11, New York. m. Training Union. -8;15 p. 'l.u.
Li Diamond Ring can ever remember You are hereby notified thata
Wedding RingsJQOOup suit in equity for divorce m. Worship Services 11 a 4ty
Sets I has been filed against you fby m. 730;: p. m. Player Meeting: Denmark Furniture
.7 Tommie Jean Company
i Incidentally, he bove named Court Huff and in the(cause a- Wednesday, 7:30 pO'' m.-W

$4950 up $ J reason some venison and you are hereby summons A. .Hogan pastor. ,V: .... :......+. .. .. ,- .- -a- .
is because the ed ordered and required to I <
file your written answer or
IIA not get the meat defenses to the complaint In for the relief demanded in the \
quickly. "You should said cause In the office of the complaint.This' a
DINNER RINGS deer back home fast undersigned" Clerk ot the CIr- notice; Bhjall be .published for IVIERRY CHRISTMAS\W
$1850 cuit Court at Starke, 'Floridaon once ;efccheek for foureonseeutive a : {
perly stored," he saidMrs. or before the 16th day of weeks. in the. Bradford -
UplWe
December, A. D. 1963 and to County Telegraph.
I PRINCESS RINGS serve" a copy thereof on TheronA. Witness my hand .and the .
Ethel Reddish Yawn, Jr., plaintiffs attorney seal of said Court at' Starke '
r' DIAMOND TIE TAG'S tey makes a fine cake whose address is:" 122 Bradford County. Florida this F h
\ South Walnut Street, Starke, 9th day of November, A. D. 1 :
!(/ 4 rry1::.OXS44a"'Y/Al- cans and dates. We Florida, on or before aid date, 1963. "i ;*. f
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FREE Bryant to return Civil Procedure. It you fail of the Circuit Court. Bradford ? covnbwi. b pu
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f ,THURSDAY. DEC. 5. 1963 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE lONBi
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r f', overcome with the Christmas I emergencies.Don't I; ln-Tbe Circuit Court Of The of the Circuit Court Brad- KIXGSLEY LAKE 'BAPTIST

spirit and buy everyone you assume more debt fiUfetli J.od JudIcial For Circuit Bradford OfJ.'loplda ford County Florida. CHURCH REVIVAL !I -

I. know a gift that costs about than you can reasonably expect i Conntr. Ja Cmancery. Cane >o. By Dorothy W. Failing, Revival services will be held r -
13-: OD'Jack Deputy Clerk I
s
HomeDemonstration NW V twice as much as you have in to pay back from your Moody, Plaintiff, vs. 11 '14 4t 12/5 |''at the Kingsley Lake Baptist I
, _{ your bank account, go home income. And don't underestimate Sally- Mae .Moody. Defendant. Church from Dec. 3 through, :' ,
1 and lie down on the couch your regular living DIVORCE Dec- 7, each"night at 7:30 p. i
Order Of Publication And No- I Cash Paid for Good Clean I ./
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i ., until the feeling goes away. expenses to' justify yourself. i ti4To Defend. m. Messages will be by the II I f \
Ramos No Khakis or Wool. All
.'fit ? Remember, it's the spirit 1 When you do use credit In The Xame Of The Stateof new pastor, Rev. B. T. Peavy- I II
Cotton. Brine to
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Florida To ,
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shop around for the best kind ?u: -
Notes that prompts the gift rather t .I Sally Mae Moody Route 2, Everyone welcome. I
than its dollar value, that I of credit. Always leave a mar- Box 378 Lake Park Georgia. j I /
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,for the You are hereby notified thata'suit
gin unexpected ex
g' makes Christmas. And, as i in equity for divorce
j By Dorothy Ross long as you're lying there I penses. has been filed Against you by r Gas Genie i
Home Demonstration Agent ask yourself these questions: HOLLY-DAY HINTS Court Jack Moody and .cause In the, and a'>ove you named are says;
I Holly-Day Hints is our recent -
Do you manage your credit hereby summonsed ordered and
newsletter of suggestions required to file your written Cut Those
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wisely Does easy credit lead:! answer or defenses to the complaint -
for desert foods. Om I
I holiday
you to over extend youself
in said in the of-
Recent events were alarm because they take a large pa.t financially? of the recipes is for Oatmeal fke' of the undersigned cause Clerk Repair Bills
ing and world-shaking-! of our income. Now, we wantto Cake which has proven so of the Circuit Court it Starke.
Of course families who always Florida hefore the 16th
or
'ever, let hope that each Li popular with chilfoen- Per- on
1 us consider Christmas buying cash day of December A. D. 1363 withNatural aOiI
pay may deprive
1t his own way gave thanks on TIS THE SEASON, TO themselves haps you would like to bakeit and to serve a copy thereof on
'Thanksgiving Day for the SPEND TOO MUCH unnecessarily now and freeze it for later Theron A. Yawn. Jr.. plaintiffs TIME
I There are times when credit attorney. whose address is: 122 Gas tllll3' i
use when won't have as
mkny blessings of the past MONEYIt's allows you to do something you South Walnut Street Starke
I much time. We hope you will Florida, on or before said date. Winterht ref =
Yi
year. and for life's struggles. about ,tUne for th
much the Laws of
I sooner than you could it. For o! required by
,, Yes r our difficulties and deprivations mas Christmas sales to spirit take and Christ-' and if you waited to accumulate enjoy Holly-Day Hints your call copy us a.. of Florida Civil and Procedure.the Florida If you Rules fail For "care free," "trouble free" heating, cookingand i iI I iTIME to ve U T
over
help make a better the cash. 964-2865 or drop a card to to-do so, a decree pro confesso water there's Natural UST l1T
heating nothing like Your
person of us. after all. the combination often leavesus will be entered against you on Fuel CKQN
On the
other hand. Box 267 Starke. 'p
buyingtoo for the relief demanded in the
:Thanksgiving. opens thi on a starvation diet i ii much on credit may lie OUT OF THIS WORLD complaint.This Gas and it's economical, too. It's instant, it's : DYkRa YOUR ,

holiday season.. We' discuss January. up so much future income OATMEAL CAKE notice shall be published safe, it's clean and your supply is always there. .F %-O-GLASS is the only DR t
frequently food and clothing When 'you are about to be that there is no margin for One and one-fourth cup; consecutive-on'ce each weeks week in for the Brad-four I II- j} 'indo*' material that carries a N ;Dja
GET OUR OUR FREE SURVEY AND I 2 YEAR GUARANTEE.loo. .
1 boiling water. 1 cup quick Witness my hand and the ESTIMATE i to the
I name FLEX-o-GLASS the
seal of said Court at Starke. I I on edge.
cooking Oats one-half cup Bradford County Florida this Get Genuine FLEX-0>GLASS At Your Local;
Thanks Folks shortening, 1 cup brown super 8th day of November, A. D. 1 STARKE NATURAL GAS I II I Hdwr. or Lmbr. Dealt

I 1 cup. white sugar. 2 whole is'es.(SEAL) CITY HALL PHONE 964-2351
I II I eggs, one and one-third cup CHARLES A. DARBY, Clerk I
sifted flour, one-half teaspoon I
For your overwhelming acceptance and approval of our New Coin salt one-half teaspoon cinnamon U'1I. 4


1 Operated Laundry and Dry ...Cleaner. Center since our opening last nutmeg,, 1 one-half teaspoon soda teaspoon, and g- J4 "!#' i

month. By your response and continued patronage you have told 1 teaspoon vanilla I. I
I Soak oatmeal in the boiling 1

: us that you agree that this New Center in Laundering, Dry Cleaning : water set aside-Cream l dI

i r and Pressing is The Greatest! : shortening both sugars and: I WI' '
J eggs. Sift flour, soda salt, '
o -The Browns ; and spices together. Combine Your '. "-- .. ." II.-/

oatmeal with sugar and I' .

If You Have shortening mixture cream Headquarters 'I'I
Not Tried
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Yet. Look together. Add flour and va
nilla. Bake at 350 degrees for
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At These Services It Offers: 30) to 35 minutes.To I ,
bake in electric skillet,

DO IT 'I open vent last 5 minutes.To I I f I In Starke .
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WASH & DRY i iI I i freeze: Cool quickly I s1 ,
wray in aluminum foil or :
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SAVE to 75% heavy waxed paper. seal, label MI t
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next to coils. To serve: Thawin :
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ONE HOUR i wrapper at room temper- '
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!I Cakes may be storel in the STETSON LADIES COATS
SAVE TIME-SAVE MONEY I A
freezer for several months.
LARGE 8-LB.: AND GET A BETTER JOB BROILED FROSTINGOne I.The I
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LOA 0 -. Men's Hats. Your Life. :
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1 shredded coco-
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20c nut; 1 cup pecans, and 2 :t
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Give Better EIed caDy.. .right straight down your Est and

everyone will be glad you did! You're giving convenience, efficiency \ Crew Necks, .Button- Fashion. Catalina, Aileen,. i "

easier living when you give electric gifts. They're "helping I I up Cardigans, Zipper y- r Tolbott, Helen Harper, \ c

hands" the year-round. to make work lighter and entertaining Ii i I Styles, Stripes, ( ,..
brighter And yogi be remembered gratefully whenever they're used. 1 Algene. Wool 1 Knits, Cotton r \ < .: \
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.Juice Shoe Polishers >_ '
Can Openers Extractors i Special :
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Carving Knives "Krtif Sharpeners Toasters I =- .
Casseroles Toothbrushes Ll;ri-itut $$1295 '
Lamps
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Clocks R.W.6 Floor) ,Vacuum Cleaners ef.ryc,, ;. .. t rIl ) _
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Coff. Makers Massage/Vibrators Waffle Baker 71'i 'i '

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Mr. and j THURSDAY. DEC. 5. 1963CincriT
Mrs. Ros ,
:De C. price (1-
I'i r Mrs. S C.
Price teacher.
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Mr. Price is a bicf'chemist
an,1 I peel,
just t
grind through the (
is THANKSGIVING COUUT SEAM; County Florida.
employed at
: : CITIZENS OF BRADFORD 't uke Univer- SERVICEThe t I food chopper anyway. Addsalt I Charles A. Darby. Clerk of Ky Charlea A. Darby. 'U-rk
, sity. Mrs.,Price Masonic
/a registered family held I the fin-nit Court. Bradford
COUNTY i to taste and sugar and II I 'T 4; 12'j
hurse and .is their annual
; Thanksgivingservice
'.i IBy Elizabeth Walker] J- employed at li prepared mustard. Keep tasting -
Lincoln Hasp: ; 11 thereMrs.. Thursday, >Tpv_28,, .at and make to your taste. Favorite Holiday Pineapple Salad
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' Ii i I II Price was a/ companied by 3 p. m. The sermon was .delivered Then add about a cup of _.,- _._ --

THCRSTON ELEMENTARY important business to be attended J her son. Reut i ,,n j. 'Price and I by Rev. Roosevelt<<;>> flour to make a paste. Cook I II I
I ,I Dell. a Masonic
"PTA meeting is to Others whof eported brother. The until thick. You
be held to. havinga I can add a
i I at the school Monday night o. Mrs. S. C. Price spent the very fine// trip-only very members W. P.. Rev. Damon Dell and: ]t-L_ "iV2uia 8wess4oir( I, package of cream cheese. Stir

I : :TJec. 9. at 7 oclock. Will you Thanksgiving ,holidays in cold there. I :> '' are grateful for the : This is a good sandwich fill
cooperation
: of the
Heronles
--all patrons-will you please in Durham, N. C. as guest of Mrs. L. I .3rown. I and Eastern :, ing.HELPFUL
I president, Stars. The I
I i 'Attend, this meeting:? There is I her son and daughter-in-law / par- Wherein the drouth striken dress and HINTS: Heat a
Mrs. Them ticipation veil.
'.. .a Clark, secretary; I of the RJE High I j days of October fade So life flows I nail before driving into plaster -
I I intoNo- on
School Band and make a little
. wa enjoyed meaning
by ,
vember. It will I II and the plaster will not
all. soon .be tiny for me.
I I I, Yesterday I had
my
crack.
/ for the Clean bathtub and sink
geese to be hair
washed
flying
; and set. Did
ANNOUNCEMENT south. I recall Nebraska any, with kerosene. First dry the
f.of r you know I
DEW Chestnut & Hajle Funeral The geese flew south with am a blonde I surface and then clean with
tonight sky blue eyes? I still
am
HOfflESI! Home is I and ; nW tpen for busi-, I was fascinated !j, very agile and have a good set
1 i If
do
not
ness to you have a cookie
By the
accommodate !
the citizens steady rhythm of of teeth. I still take my exercises -, .
f I of Bradford their i I sheet, turn cake pan over and
I I County. We I beating wings, j I II [: and walk my miles'
have 24hour'service and ai\ I I could not think' of -other! every day. I sleep plenty. use the bottom. Works finp.

\ :: "Fits Your Neisds"OGA : equipped to handle all emer- I things, '!t- I love my walks down the I So another month is gone
and a day is ending. It
gencies. :
For your service call But rather was transported highway these days. The sky' willL $
be time
for
the
soon ThanksI
\ I' 964-7905. Carl D. Hail, Manager and found myself I is a blue bowl overhead and
giving prayers. We have much
High in I ,
the majestic blue'ild some fleecy white clouds scat- !
I ;: to be thankful for. I hope all
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and free. tered about. The I
CHURCH leaves now1in
NEWS
| of
you are fine.
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HEIGHTS And then I the woods
Jehovah's witnesses of CfrII thought, this can- are brown and!j God bless you every one '
cuit 34 will [ not be .. / only a few green, the corn-!I
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.assemble! for their f, : LOVE, MOTHER LURA.
For I am fields are brown and weeds
I II late fall Circuit Convention earthboundyet; I ,
STARKE in Brunswick, Ga., according'V I! know *VSF\\ are dark brown and sear. It I

to announcement Some spirit In me soars'with. will soon be snowing. I used>'I j
by
Willie
New them on high to love winter with my good IB The Circuit Court Of The
Masonry Aluminum I McColJum!
Awning V 1/indows local presiding The Eighth Judicial Circuit Of
4 .. 3 Bed [ minister. The meeting will be Whenever wild geese set"thejr Don. big Mortuary was | Florida Ia And Fur llrnilfurdCount
i pattern in the I always ,so warm and delightful ..
sky.Joanna
held Ip (bnmcrrIleury Ca .No.
Rooms at the Selden ) ) c
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2 Full Baths .. Big Living 'Room and Dining I torium Park Audi- I I Te r Wee every room. Now my fur-I J. I'.roskt-y: 1'laintiffvs ,
4th
on :
I Street. Satur '
a Margin Carltun Kroskfy
I rTh nights! nace' is small and seems to p -

i : AreaSpacious Kitchen -- Plenty ''Cabinets! I Members day and Sunday of the Dec. 13-15.- .i/, frosty. A cold wind are: clear has been and i l labor when it gets very cold.Once' i Defendant.DIVOltOE S ', '-4'
1 Storage local
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congre-1, I out of
: blowing all day long. Some I ran gas in my Ordt-r Of TuMication And
gallon have been invited Xotie To Defend
; Room to. of the geese tank. In Nebraska we were I
Carport Price $11,250. U nttpnil. 'II will be flying In The Xame Of The State: Of
I south. I do on a main line with gas pipedin
not know whether I Of FloridaTo --- ------ ----
I I\ Mt. Moriah Methodist I-II will see so from Texas. I :' Mrs. Margie Curlton :Molded: salads have a party air Crunchy Pineapple Cranberry
many here
in
.. i: Church- The Methodist ken Indiana but in I Time makes changes and llroskeJ'i i Ring is perfect for holiday buffet meals featuring turkey or
: ; of Mt. Moriah'invite the meh they followed Nebraska no one can stop those. I Address Unknown. I baked ham. It is distinguished by a subtle blending of canned
NO DOM the River and You Are IIelebythat Notified crushed pineapple with tart canned
of
: PAYMENT Pleasant. Grove cranberry sauce and nuts.
VA find
and Mt.'I''g reat flocks were in the sky sometimes myself cryingfor a complaint tor divorce has ; Make the salad in advance for leisurely serving.
Moriah churches to th .ir hit for days ; Don, calling aloud to him been filed against you and you
; after, the
; meeting of the conference( I first cold and Gabby gets so frightened. are required to serve! a copy Crunchy Pineapple Cranberry Mold
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i wave. r
loved
j of
: Nebraska your answer or pleading
i iI to
and
r'r'I ;' I I year. A luncheon will .be'' be with .Don. No to I don't think it is god for me the complaint on the plaintiff's II | :1 ((1-pound 4 -ounce) can 3 tablespoons shredded or
winter
: ,/' ved at the close of the" 'ser-j I l too cold was to grieve so long. One should I attorney. Kugene F. Shaw 122 :' crushed pineapple chopped orange peel
$ ing. j CJr- snowy,. Strange 1, South; Walnut Street, Starke, I 1 ((6-ounce) package lemon 2 ((1-pound) cans whole
: A
ti I I : 00 _, : ': donation, is asked I i: what love, does Jo make one be-able to cast off those awful i Florida: and file the original flavored gelatin cranberry sauce
pay expense, 'of preparation. I, happy: Now I feel like .a sad feelings. So if going out an.r or pleading in the office 1' !i cup lemon juice ?i cup chopped walnuts
i' ; The time ''is I i of the States and being with of the Clerk of the Circuit
Friday prisoner
In
night, [
] a solitary ,cellI Court on or before the 2Sth day Easy Fluffy Dressing
I ., Month" I Dec. 6.- at 7 pm.. in the, am sure :their heart ; would j Emil perhaps that is the of December 196::. It you fail Drain pineapple; adJ enough water to syrup to make 14
j cups
) church. I ach does.1 Now: long;! liquid to boiling and pour over gelatin, stirring
< trder of the to to me so I can always do the will betaken against you for. well to dissolve. Stir in
service fort'i go the'Philippines.: : I i the relief demanded in th.. pineapple and remaining ingredients,
'Sunday[ : Church School. 9:30J I have a Jett i'Uiat .says,)he: \is ; right} thing. (11lla Int. i,, except dressing; turn into 7-cup ring mold. Chill until firm.
'; a. m.. Rev. Mrs. Essie Holland I better and will send for" Red Pepper Spread: Thisis This notice shall be published Unmold and garnish with pineapple slices, crisp greens and
me. )' once each week for four consecutive holly, if desired. Served with Easy Fluffy Dressing. Makes 8
;I Drive Out Pratt St. West To Blanding St. Salesman in charge Morning Worship,, I After my .granddaughter j the Spread Clara made. weeks in The Bradford to 10 servings. ,
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Has 11 a. m. Evening Worship,,I, married in'December.. Jtr r may Heat red peppers and peel if: I County Telegraph.
6:30: just be flying into possible, just put them in I I Hated at Starke! Bradford Easy Fluffy Dressing: Stir together 2 cup each mayonnaise
All Rev.
Houses pm. Clarence i the'sw.setand )
f Open For Your Inspection; I, County. Florida\ this 23 day of and dairy sour cream. Makes 1 cup.AUTO .
Sunday J 12 Noon '! water. If will not
summer
Steger in charge. south. Of 'course, boiling they i' November l93! ::
I II I Practice for the Christmas I shall write wherever: ,
Till Dark. And Will may -
Fully Explain How You Can Easi-- : program is in charge of Miss:I be.I = ..---

t Sonjo Williams. Please send 'walked 3** miles this T
lyBe A Proud Home Owner.DEMETREE J : your children morning. This afternoon,
Wednesday and I
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I I drove out to AREA BUSINES
S
Friday afternoon of each" my son's farm DIRECTORY!

,_ ,: week- Harry Young, church I and he was picking" corn. 11

: Lay Leader, reporterS Rev. C. I saw the new' : puppy, I
Steger pastor. Clara the sister"of my son's '

BUILDERS INC. .. Greater Allen Chapel AME: 1 wife gave me tomatoe, and I ---

Church, Rev. L. A. Sampson j i walnuts made to and make a spread sandwiches-she had' SALES & SERVICE/BEAUTY SCHOOL I I FARM & INDUSTRIAL /,''MUSIC SUPPLIES

: pastor. Service
j .1 6915 BEACH BLVD. f I Sunday School will at begin 10 a. with m-. II new Made with peppers. I saw the Learn Complete Beauty Cultural I I Gridley Music
JAX. 16, FLA. puppy and the great bins LINCOLNlUERCURY
Miss Fannie Bell Frazier in of corn Albert Girls Women lien Central Tractor Co.
PHONE : has .already pGMETflAT METCOR:, Co. Inc.
RA5-8422 charge. Morning service 11 a. picked"and put I Tuition Budgeted -
away. When
_J m. with Junior Church in .Authorized Sales Service FGRD TRACTORS
I Gabby and I walked- down FREE PLACEMENT I CENTRAL FLORIDA'S:
: hatg! R v. E: ASampson i the? rOd this j'- .. -.Partz Ford Farming Implements
4 r ., J saw two mOrni 1;, wei t' Special Brush-Up Courses Agricultural Industrial' Complete Music Store
corn pickers aloni!
1 the road going and far off I Trained lecharJcs-Good Central Hairstyling Complete Service & arts Dept. Piano. by Baldwin, Storey 41Cbrk
we
,
L. MillerFlsohek
Henry
;, Good Used I -
two
saw others. Used Equipment
> They are a, Cars 1
dangerous piece of College 1488 N. W. 6th. Gainesville
$10.19 WHY machinery j I Organs by Baldwin & Conn
MY .Motors
Barkley
;i and many men are torn up 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville PHONE 36-5430: I,
Gibson & Gretcb Gult.An-
every year. So far the automobiles S76-4105 '
615 N. Main, GainesvilleB
have : Amplifiers
most
accidents. GARDEN 'I

LIGHT BILL SAYS I have had a .'h d.cold and I I SUPPLIES_____ ___ 1004 N. Main
cough My: son took .me to i Gainesville Shopping Center

the doctor arid' the strong, & G Motors Co. BUILDING SUPPLIES Johnson & Fans, Inc.' ..

medicine' made me weak and j Complete Line of MOVER
.
: shaky. I I CADILLAC-OLDS11OBILE
$20.45 ,missed
: .:. one Sunday I
I McCoy Building SEEDSPLANTSsFERTILIZERS
and couldnot-teachjnjr! l! Sunday ;, F-M-fflLLMAN Security Transfer
SChoQI clas& I was back'i Supply Center I

on the job last Sunday. I love Sales and Service Insecticides-Pet( Supplies & Storage Inc.

"But, Mam, That Is Your teaching my teenagers., If LUMBER "we Rent Fertilizer Spreaders''I 1 I AGENTS FOR,
My) granddaughter Is so 2001 N. W. IStn. Rt. 441 BUILDING SUPPLIES

Total Utility Bill busy and happy She goes to j I HARDWARE 224 N. W. 8th Ave. I I II FOGARTY BROS,

\ Which college Jn Muncie and then i I PHONE 876-7515 x o. Slain and 23rd Boulevard PIIOU\E 372-0176 TRANSFER, Inc.

I Includes Besides of evening{! she and Steve,I i : PHONE 372-4361 I t Gainesville, Fla. !I Local & Lone Distance )IoV1n(
Electricity t 1' work on their home.
t t Thought ,I Crane Motor Co. i; I... U.I cnrUoJ-Storare-Paddnr
.$. her a bedroom suite of solid Gainesville I II ,
Water Gas maple and I,think' Is I !1 ySULATIOXROOFINGAll Phone 376-2666
.it
,' Sewage AndA 4 V .pretty. LARK "
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She is very happy over it. She" JXOUAI i I ---- 1040 So. Main Gainesville

10% Utility Tax." il\ > will furnish two, 'I ENGLISH FORD CEMENT I American I mBM
> bedrooms:1
) They have the l.l.VTELS WINDOW SILLSSTEPPI ,;NEON SIGNS
_______ !jaffiRCEDES "XZVOL'O,
painted and all tbe-wan paper!' : ] STONES Insulation] & Roofing

,Q off the living and dining I I Authorized Sales & Service ; 'If It's Cement Wi Cast It' I Jeffcoat

And. You Get Free room. She is 'also' planning,,I, !t CO.
: the wedding and. has her I! "Complete Service for All Cement j New Hoofs Shingles I Neon Signs

,. < 3H. i or Built-l' ,, NBOtf PLASTIC !r PAINTED
Precast p '
\ Products
6 iuts j
GARBAGE PICK-UP __ ; 'C' ______ .- Makes'j j Roof Neon iijnlnj) ; Neon Repairs
will deliver a missionary sermon 506 E. University Ave. : : : N. F:. 27th Ave. Gaineavillt I j Cleaning; i Repairs I Kiv; ting Slahrtwiance

\ POLICE PROTECTION at the 6 p. m.. evening PHOVE 372-4343 I. PHONE: 372-0933 j' Fiberglass Insulation IGIl S. Man:! ___ Gahieivill
.
service Blown or l:a tt I Pion! <. Hay 372-0302

FIRE PROTECTION / r : Gainesville, Fla. II II'I CONCRETE PRODUCTS I Contractor or Retail i I I Nile 373-8897

DAY
: or NJTE '
I TRASH PICK.UP I JIN- ''I DODGE-JJ.\RT I, INSIST THAT ALL YOUR PIIOXE 376-4236 t OFFICE; EQUIPMENT

CONCBETE PRODUCTSARE j: !U4 N.E. 19th Dr. ( i,: Parker's
f 0 STREET MAINTENANCE" EWA i DODGE TRUCKS THE BEST FROM. y- iainesUI'I

; tidwards Building LADIES WEAR I Galn"UI Most Complete Of-

SaIee-Palta-Service --- ,, five Equipment & Machine
i ESTERBROOK USED CARS TOO Supply Inc. 81 ore.

/II you are ,confused about iRA... I Poole Uable 726 S. Main,-372-4844 Cherry'sGainesville's I Complete Office Planning
your utility Bill" --we invite; you to lookt I Motor* Gainesville, Fla, Most Fishfonabt i Underwood Products
i
the break-down : POlNT- '119 B. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville! Address For La.djDRISSESSUITSCOA* 601 W. University Ave.
of taken Gainesville 372-2555
a typical one from our lilesiMeter / j p PHONE 372-4343 ELECTRIC MOTORSElectric : : T8

MATEUNITV WE..utACCESSOnns PAINTS


Present- Readings Previous, I Date; Used I Description Amount Appr.% ($'l.b t AUTO SALVAGE Repair Motor Co. Oo: W. University: GainesvflmMONUMENTS j I i! Harper We Paint.Stock- Co. -


7824 7560 Oct.,29 264 Res. 9
Ele :
289600 284800 Oct. 10.19 ELECTRICITY 50% :Paul's Auto Salvage OF GAINESVILLE, ISO.COMPLETE I\ WALLPAPERSARMSTRONO
29 4800 ,Res. Wtr j : I
SMITH
,- 2.00 WATER 10% f A."DVt'T
128300 126200 Oct. 29 2100' Res. Gas :- 512 GAS We Buy Wrecked Cars At ELECTRIC n RoY PAINTS
25% 11
Gainesville
Retractable and refiflable I MOTOR Granite Painter's
Tax Supplies
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:
1.73-UTILITY
TAX 10%
TOP
I Choice oU tutors" PRICES
S i SALES AND .SERVICE 10 S.V.. 7th StreetGainesville
Rs. Sw 1.50 & Marble t
SEWERAGE 1% Works
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T : 20.54 TOT. ---_ _._ -Unconditionalljguarnteed' : AH ilakes & Models Used -Distributor of CEMETERY:: SIO.VniENTS t, .

.. ., Parts New Lincoln Motor I -I
,- .. : Cmriiteed ifflist'_tflftt vt PHONE 372-S31 I & MARKERS PHOTO SHOP

The City Utility Departme t tls' The Property' Of The, People Of Starke, And You, As A' User Of Its :, cepiir niierUis or replacement aAd workmuslip.For KM pee Teletype Service-We will fini 1030 S Main, Gainesrille Lettering & Cleaning .' Fuller's

,I and 25e. for (untfliat! to fcstftrtok. *- any, part for yoiu-. Domestic & Industrial Marble Foto. Inc.u __
*
Services Receive Ciadei 1. h J.I .
Dividends In.. The Form. 'Of. Lower' Ad. Valorem Taxes, Protection Of-Your Property, I Phone 376-4512 & Granite I Central I'lorkla's Finest

f Fire Protection i :.!1301_S. MaiD Gainesville::1]FLOOR COVERING Ooffee Tables Counters- | Sclt-ctloa or
Organized Recreation Program And Free : .: r [ New
Garbage. Service. ; II Fireplaces t N & Used Cameras
I love'ya, 1'Ester I Photogrupblc Equipment &
I Automati Transmissions. Central Florida Tile,!I 2J33: S. E. 4th St. '. Supplies

THE CITY UTILITY DEPARTMENT .,... a ,t ONE DAY SERVICE I Gafnu\"iJJe 276W1I51 Blanc Xildte Finishing
INCLUDES & Marble < In Before
: Co, Xoon-Out at 5)
;.;rI'- I I j619 W. University Gainesville
ALL 1CAKZS REPAIR orcycles-Scoolers
NATURAL
GAS >f
ELECTRICITY C.UJI'ETS BY i
WATER V I
I I I
r L ? AND EXCHANGE
II 1..f'e'J.. Monarch. Loomweave, I TYPEWRITERS:

WE ARE ,HERE TO SERVE YOU : < :; I I. Gator Automatic .,I, Downs I I I Streit's Bicycle Shop;
!
I Room Size Coxhrnan
Wall to
'f t Wall : & Vespa Scooters Hancock
Typewriter
;
'OQ/ly ,'.1 '< 4 frt*Amcno1!Flrtf Petaaier Transmission Service Installation Durati KSA-Zundapp |

,, .. Armstrong and KentQ j EXCHANGE
Motorcycles! &
Service
.. UTILITY ,
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DEPARTMENT-CITY OF STARKE L C. Floor Cover.ngsi I SCInBICYCLES I, Clary Victor Totalla

Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH i CCtMPLKTE LINES OP Locksmith Addina Machines. Calculators
4 19 SE 2nd Place Triext 10 P.O.), tILES' MARBLE & Safe Work SALES -SERVICERENTALS

i i Gainesville PHONE 11 j 6615 W. University Ave. 431 N. Main St.. Gainesville
1540 Waldo
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312-o372J Rd. GMlIe 376-6406J Gainesville 376-7761 j Phone 376-5551





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I THURSDAY. DEC. 5, 1963 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAEKE, FLORIDA PAGE ELEVF XLAIVTEY


m..... T.Y.TTnyyTn Service each Wednesday. 7:30: Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. Thanksgiving with her son- 1! and Wayne. Bennett spent .I they visited their son and nl0r'il1t'You any hereby. South' nntifttd('a roIl,,!nut&. =

I I p. m- Junior GA first 'and Choir practice Wednesday. *. inlawand daughter. Mr- and J Thursday with their son-in- daughter-in-law Mrand r I suit In equity for dtvorre has
\ I' .. ...... ......... been filed against by Wil
: eSbWI Mrs. you
% third Mondays right after p. m. The Distric Superin- i Mrs. Frank Wells in L i j law and daughter; Mr. and I Travis" Gordon:: over the .n--.w-- ? t ton Muster Jr. in the abmestjled

school. YWA and Intermediate tendent, Rev John Sikes, I Thursday dinner guests. of Mrs Glenn Wilkinson, InMacclenny weekend. Court and cause and

2nd and Mondays Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dmkins Mrs. i i you are hereby summonsed, ordered -
GA 4th joined the members Sunday Joyce Futch, Mrs.
117 Enza Blanchard ;, and required to file jour
. 7:30: p. m. Youth Meet- night for fellowship dinner a: and Freddy were Mrs$. ,Jim Mr. and Mrs. Neil. Phillips Selma Eunice, and Mrs. Eli- Fruitcake) : : written answer or defenses to
I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Butron of Jacksonville who and Kenny of Gainesville the complaint in said cause in
ing alternate Saturdays. Bap- 6 p. m. at the parsonage. Rev. zabeth Terry were visiting the office of the undersigned

j PTA NOTICE tismal services were held Sunday Sikes was the speaker for th!? visited her parents until sUnday were visiting Mrs. Mae Wells' Rev. L T. Howe and familyin Clerk of the Circuit Court at
Mr. and Mrs Horaca Sunday afternoon.Mr. Gainesville and Mrs. L 4iT.E Starke, Florida oa or before
afternon at the "
t Tlje Lawtey Junior High Baptistryof evening service, after which 16th day of December, 1863the ,
Cox of Waldo, and Mr. and and Mrs. .Bobby Dyal
H. Hill in a nursing home in
j PTA will meet at 7:30 the First Baptist'Church the Quarterly Conference was and to serve a copy thereof on
: m.
I f, p. in Starke. Those receiving Mrs. Paul Dinkins and .son of visited Mrs. Dyal's mother, Starke Sunday. I Theron A. Yawn, Jr. plaintiff;
Tuesday, Dec. 10, for conducted.Rev.
a attorney whose address Is: 1A2
St. Augustine.Mrs. ; Mrs Maceo Tison and familyin I
Christmas program. A good baptism were Brenda Starl- and Mrs. W. A. Fox, South Walnut Street, Stark
. Patch ,1site'jMr. Thursday. -
Joyce Hampton vTTTTTT.TTTTTm.nmI3ayless 4. I Florida, on or before said da to.
,. .' attendance is expected. ing, Donny Wise, Larry Tanner Mrs. H. C. Wainwright, and and Mrs. John Wyri kin Mr and Mrs- Floyd Fitchand k as required by the Laws .at
i
CHURCH ACTIVITIESFirst and Swenn Starling Th Miss Enza Blanchard attended Florida and the Florida Rules
Tallahassee from Thursday. Mrs., :Mamie Futch ,spent
Baptist: Sunday pastor, Rev. Fewer, officiated the Conference at First Hiway of Civil Procedure. If you fail
While there Mrs. and
to Saturday. Thursday with Mr, Mrs. ta do so, a decree pro eonfess8
I'j School, 10 a. mTrainm? p- m. The District Superin- Methodist Church in Ocala, Futch and Miss Mary Julia- David Putney in Jacksonville- will be entered against you for
,
I i Union 6:30: p. m. Evening School, 9:45: a. m. Worship. Tuesday visited a cousin Mrs. C. C. Mr, and Mrs. S. L. Harris By Airs. 0, E. Crosbyt1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALA S S' ,, the relief demanded in tit
Worship, 7:30: p. m. Prayer 11 a. m. MYF. 6:30: pm.. Mrs. Effie Miner enjoyed Kirtsinger. of Chattahoochee -of'Maxville' were visiting Mr. complaintThis notice shall be published .

, Thursday overnight and Mrs. J R. Eunice and I once each week for four cony
and
d I Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hew- !I@cutlvevE'pks in The Brad)
I visited Mr. and Mrs. Anal .
family during the week. ford County Telegraph.Witness
Ir r ett and children of Okeecho- I hand and they,
Futch and fatally on the way. ; .. my
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. L 1 1f 3.' a<
bee spent last week as guestsof ; .I seal of said Court at Starke.
On I-riaay Ars. Wyrick's'birthday Wainwright Florida
over the week- the Jerry Dials. t a Bradford County this
,I was celebrated witha 11 day of November, 1963 ,
end were Mrs. Frank Wainwright '
OF CIRCUIT COUKTt
dinner in which other and sonof Jackson-! Mr. and 'Mrs. T. N. Norman Making goodies is & wonderful way to Christmas-shop at CHARGES SEAL A. DARBY. Clerk oC

members of the family par had as Thanksgiving Day home. And,happily for the time-limits of the season, there's the Circuit Court BradfoidT
ville. Jack Wainwright ,and I guests Mr- and Mrs. B. J. nothing old-fashioned about this fruitcake except the flavor. County. Florida. .
ticipated. Mrs. Putch. Miss son of Waycross, Ga., and Mr.; Eggers and childrenof Jacksonville Start with:Date Bread Mix, finish soon after with a homemadeloaf By Charles A. Darby, Clerk. J
Elizabeth Terry, and Mrs. C- and :Mrs. Donald Kinght of that's perfect for giving-or serving. You can turn out 11/14 4t irs'',
.
E. Strickland of Gainesville Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs. Robert Taylor individual!'Miniature Fruitcakes 6r a Ftuitcake Ring for a buffet .
and children of .Raiford, and -both are just as speedily made as the traditional loaf. All arc ,
with 'their
AT CITY FISH & MEAT MKT. enjoyed the event \ all Mrs. James L Gerald Norman of Biloxi, wonderfully! delicious ways to say, "Happy Holidays".
I sister. Miss Terry, who ha'ispent Waters and sons were guestsat Miss. --- aS
the weekend returned a family reunion dinnerat 'Date Fruitcake S
with Mrs. Futch Saturday. the home of Mrs. Waters' Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sappof 1 package Date Bread Mix 1 cup chopped nuts
FRYERS LB. Albany. Ga- were recent Vfi chopped candied fruit & raisins
clL. I Mrs. Esther Martin had'a1! parents Mr. and Mrs. Buford cups cup
guests of 'their parents, Mr. NO OTHER GIFT
of her children and' their
Higginbotham, Sunday. AU Prepare Date Bread Mix adding candied fruit, nuts and raisins
I
: By PieceSPARERIBSLB. families and her brother-in- and Mrs.-Eldon Sapp and Mr. with the dry mix. Turn into 8x4 or 9x -inch loaf pan, greasedand
: of the children and grand.
BACON----- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett. floured on bottom only. Bake at 350 for 70 to 80 minutes. is
I children, about 29 in all, en- so j just right
L. LD i Sidney Hanson. for Thanks- Mr.,and Mrs Loran.Conner Glaze with warm corn syrup and garnish. with' candied fruit. Cool r I
dinner. joyed the occasionMr. and 'children of Atlanta, Ga thoroughly before slicing.
I giving and Mrs. W. J. Wilki- Miniature\ Fruitcakes: Bake in 24 paper-lined. or greased muffin for Christmas!
spent last weekend with rela-
Smoked Mrs. George Roberts and cups for 30 to 35 minutes.
Mrs. Effie Miner attended the son have returned from A tives here. Fruitcake Ring: Bake in 9 or 10-inch tube pan, greased and ,

PICNICS I LB. marriage of their niece. Miss visit of several weeks with i Little"Charlotte Whitehead! floured on bottom only for 55 to G5 minutes.
their son and daughter-in- .
:, Nola Jean Roberts, to Celdoa spent the Thanksgiving holi-
law. Mr. and Mrs: Burnell I ale anf2rjiudlJk
Crawford at St. George Baptist days with her brother-in-law turned to her hpme Sunday children.
Wilkinson in Wellborn and
Church in St. George' their son-in-law and daughter and sister, Mr. and Mrs. after undergoing surgery in Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby I

-- Ga. Sunday. The pastor of the George .Bishop, in. Jackson Alachua General Hospital last
---- i Mr- and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs.; were visiting their son and
3 To 4 .Average Methodist Church officiated.Mr. ville.
daughter-in-law.
I and family in Cocoa. week.We Mr. and
and Mrs. Lynch of Friends of Mrs Arsula regret :that p. E, Dick-,
HENS On Sunday of last week Mr. Mrs. Billy Crosby in Jacksonville Amerlcsl Gift Bible ilae 167J
,LB. : Waycross, Ga. and Jack Pens Wise Crawford will be interested in ens is seriously ill in the Uni- the first of the i e
and
Mrs. Ralph celebrated :- part
I and son of Tallahassee were knowing that she is a sur- versity Medical Center, and Your bookstore ktu many fiM ,
White i Thursday guests of Mr. and the birthdays of their gery' patient in Baptist Hos- wish him a rapid recovery. week. editions for your tdection t
sons, Lanny 9 and Tommy,
Mrs Bryant Reddish.Mrs. pital in Jacksonville.
BACON '. LB. i 6, with family dinner. Those Rev. Howard Mott filled
Mae Wells was Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. John Speerof the pulpit at Bajrless Hiway
enjoying the'event included a
In The Circuit Court Of TheEighth :
: day guest of her son-in-law Mrs. John Brown and family Tallahassee were Sunday Baptist Church last Sunday Judicial Circuit Of e
I and daughter Mr. and Mrs. guests of her brotherinlawand Florida In And For Bradford e
night.
Joe Dorko, at the State Farm. Mitchel :Brown and sons, County In Chant-try. Case Nu. .I
LB. i sister Mr. and Mrs Lu-
ALL MEAT STEW - 59C Mrs. Bobby Dyal, 'Debbie and Sunday dinner guests! of 13-312: :
I Little Miss Sheril Phillips cian Conner.Mr .
Eddie 'Dyal. and Mitchel Mr. and Mrs George Alvarez Milton Hosier. Jr., Plaintiff,
: of Starke was Thursday overnight -vs- Annette Barton Mosier, BULLINGTON'SIStudio
Starling. and Mrs. T. N. Norman were Mr. and Mrs. ArthurHewett :: Defendant.
visitor of her grandmother -
I I and son Gerald Order Of Publication And
were supper and children of Okee-
BRISKET STEW : Mrs. O. J. Phillips- Mrs. Fred Pendarvis accompanied Notice To Defend
guests of Mr and Mrs. B. J
& Gift Sho4i ]
visitors of Mr. and her parents. Mr. chobee. Mr and Mrs. Albert In The Name Of The State

RIB STEW a.a. i! Mrs.Holiday H. C. Wainwright were and Mrs. T. L. Gordon of Eggers in Jacksonville Satur- :Norman of Gainesville, and I Of Annette Florida.Carton To Mosier .e

00 Bunnell to Ala. where: day night. Mr. and Mrs Jerry Dyal and!, ,
Mr- and Mrs. John E. Starlin Mobile I P. O. Box 194 .
Fresh crounBEEFWEINERS Mrs. Florence Crosby re-
and children of Eaton Park, ,
.
. ; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wain- ,

B !wright, Jr. of Bartow, Jerry

: OUarra of Fort Mead :Denise
a a

BOLOGNA and Lisa Durban of Palatka, Santa' ti HEADQUARTERS FORM 1

LBSI and Mrs. Rebel RhOden of

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SMOKED SAUSAGE I I OCala.I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Darley JJIT!

and children of Starke; Lon--. BOYS AND GIRLS e
BEEF
LIVER
'Prescott -
: ny Prescott and Vaughn e

ROLL SAUSAGE- of Middleburg were dinner 1 / AA I.

I guests of :Mrs. Hattie ewg2

MEA T ._- i Darley, Jack Darley, Miss

Siena Prescott, and Mr. and
!ER YOUR DOllARS-SUY 'R
last M
L Center Cut CHUCK i Mrs. Hiram Bennett -- -

Thursday.Mr .
CutPORKdCHOPS PORK CHOPS ROAST I, and Mrs. Paul Waters
I and family visited their 'son- LAY-A-WAY r rr ov/ fOR 7 CHRISTMAS! :


LB. LB. :''I in-law Mrs. Thomas and daughter Pound and Mr.children and:-1 .I( ( ESTABLISHED H'04 L" S -, ; ,.


39C 69C 39C l' Mr.in and Manderin Mrs. Daniel Sunday.Massey $ BOYS and G3PJ.S; Blt! ,'t ES All STEd Boll Storing .


I and children of Naples BODY Wh ti!

i were visiting Mr. Massey's ,,.,, "' ,, Ail bikes;: factory: tested and
OPEN } CLOSE I parents Mr and Mrs. A. L_ Y :., f"y, x ;Injpcsted. i.'ake Your ielectlan '

I / II Massey, over the weekenl. ,rr r .' tlO''! rY
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I I Mr. and Mrs. Esther Mar
7 A. M. 10 P. M. ye.s
I tin and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford 20"_ DELUXE BIKE '+ '

I WE STOCK A COMPlETE LINE OF'GROCERIES i Martin of Starke were dinner Y z i (Shawn- cl light) .. rv'y/ /.Irod.mic styled ;
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Has, triple barfrome design, de* t 1 'xf' / Precision Built "

607 Brownlee Phone 969-1095 : Hansen Sunday.Mr. luxe headlight, drop forge crarA' ', i ,. Easy to Pedal'
dependable, safe brakes, ,( '
coaster
i 'y' .,
Bennett Safe tv Ride :DownCOASTER
and Mrs. Troy ,
air tires and tubes Chrome

i I handle, bar converts easily into .Ri9AT 4 leon.to Ride WAGONS
r ; t ble
.Y girls on thin Bike

-- CURTIS BATHES $ Do'.achcbr.

J.995 Trainer Wheels W090n eddy $995
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I .5 5 "- Pond jr,-proof first Red
COMPLETE' HOME ENTERTAINMENT r. $2 a week oAi $795
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THURSDAY. DEC. 5, 1963
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Safety CheckedReconditioned OUR BUSINESS ;:

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A LOT FULL OF GOOD CLEAN CA Late ModelsCOME ..r ,I'' ,
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' WE MUST MOVE THEM { BARGAINS TOO NUMEROUS finest Cars and Trucks in their .' )" :I i'':I II 'j
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Repairs and Replacement work. It
NO REASONABLE I Ei t MAKES AND. MODELS THAT MUST GO!t NOW IS. means Promises Kept on Service -: Illi I'ji!I.'I I. 'L'I'i'\:
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THE TIME TO MOVE UP TO A LATER I I
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! THURSDAY. DEC. 5, 1963 : BRADFORD COUNTY TELEG1L 'Ii. STARKE.!: FLORIDA: PAGE THIRTEEN

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,1 I tTYYYTYTYYYYYYTTYTTm with Mr. and Mrs Leaston postoffice, and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Watterson- Jack Moody in the'above named
, Court and cause and .you are, r You're the that won'tsettle
Forsyth. Foster McElroy are working i Mr. and Mrs: E. P. Christie hereby summonsed, ordered and j _. ..- New type

HAMPTON PAIR CELEBRATE to open a rooming and board.inS. and family of Bossier City, required t6 file. your written I WlMt( for anything less than
Ii answer or defenses to the com-
BIRTHDAYS house in Mrs. Jessie Ch j.tain's La., were Friday evening sup- plaint in said cause in the of I 4 60hP
i By Mri. D. E,11111LAALA4A8L..wLAALAW Joann Carter and Joyce large how on, the per guests at the home cfMr fice of the undersigned -tarkel Clerk I the newest, finest motor
of tne Circuit Court >t $
Conklin celebrated ,their 17th main street. and Mrs. D. E. Hill and Florida on or' before the 16th i
available and be the
family. day of December, A.. IX' 1963 t Sportfour first to
retired
Mr. barbe'
with at the Ellis a
party
birthdays a
and to serve a cj>py thereof on J CSSitt
I FIRE RAZES FORSYTH I Carter home last Saturday from Eau Gallie, has been Mr. and Mrs. Wilson May Theron A. Yawn, Jr. plaintiffs p An ideal offshore own it!
HOME' MONDAY EVENING I evening Nov. 30. living at Hampton Lake for I and Mr and Mrs. Spencer Attorney, whose address is: 122, T- trollcr a rugged work
South Walnut Street Starke
" Mr:' and'' Mrs Vernon For- i Twenty-five were presentfor more than.a year and plans I May and children of Gainesville Florida,. on or before said ;date i liF! motor and a fast 4
I $yth's' frame house near the the outdoor party, with to open the barbershop part visited here Thanksgiving as required by the Laws. ofFlorida famnilysizepackageaf You think you can drive an
Rules 1 fun. A i value.
and the Florida big big
I school burned to the ground! I games and refreshments a- time on weekends They have : day with Mrs. Minnie of Civil Procedure. If ;you fail s leosOtt ............' ... ...... 2
, just before, dawn Monday round a bonfire. Miss Carteris repainted and repaired the Marcionny and Mrs. HD.. to do so, a decree pro confesso : : extra hard bargain in the

morning, with only a few the daughter of Mr. and interior of the building.Mr. May.Miss for will the be relief entered demanded against in you the, New oic -

I pieces: of.; furniture saved. Mrs W. D. Carter and Miss: and Mrs. McElroy, who : Jessie May Brannen of complaint. .j NEW ,' winter (and you're right) .

Apparently starting near Conklin the daughter of Mr have been operating the rest- Bartow. returned home Mon- This notice shall be published .
' I once each week for four ;: could have 9/2
the heater in the living room, and Mrs. Milton Mosher.NO aurant at Stallings Truck day after spending the last consecutive weeks in the Brad- ; you 11'1 F Your old motor is "Shot"
the fire had already spread I SCHOOL FRIDAY Stop just south of the Bradford two weeks here. Other guests; Witness my hand and the : i
t t through the ceiling when the! Students at Hampton hav i County line closed the Thanksgiving day at the seal of said Court at Starke' for hp 3 and you don't want to miss
Bradford County Florida vthis : buying a new .
I Forsyths were awakened by a school holiday Friday. Dec. restaurant early this week Raleigh Brannen home were SIR day of !November A.',. D. : out on the great winter fishing .

their daughter, Linda, 2, crying 6, while teachers in Bradford and have been working on Mr. and Mrs. Bob Faile and 1963. .. :. Sportwin l-;
(SEAL) '
about 4:30: a. m. After County have a work' and the house in Hampton in preparation family of Gainesville, Mr. CHARLES A. DARBY; "Clerk I i !
, they were outside Mr. For- planning day. Principal Char- for the rooming and MrsRothelle Jones and of the Circuit Court;;_Bradford -.: Evinrude Motor Ncwlow-profilclightwci
'i syth ran back inside found les E. Francis said this week. house, with the dining room children and Mr. and Mrs. By Dorothy County,W.Florida.-Falling*. I ing motor packs a lot of You were going t01 let your
all off in the bad! TWO NEW BUSINESSES Tracy Jones and Smoothest quietest: going.htfih4
electricity ; open for the public as well children. Deputy Clerk I tor Christmas
of the house and so, with W. DUE TO OPEN HERE Closing of the restaurant had, Mr. and Mrs. William Fow- 11/14 4t 1/5.: :, ? wife buy a new fur coat,
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H. Rainey. his neighbor Two new businesses are due become necessary with the ler and children of Jackson In The Circuit Court Of The See The anyway!
;, hauled out what furniture to open on Hampton's main progress of four-laning of ville were overnight guests of Eighth Judicial Circuit Of I
.' could from the street and her parents. Mr. and Florida IB And For Bradford i
they living soon Mr. Mrs. T. Highway 301 through Alachua Mrs J. .
In Call Xo.
Chancery
County
( room before the roof: fell in J. Ellis are fixing up a bar- county. A Williams for Thanksgiving. Henry' J. Broskey, Plaintiff t
They are living temporarily bershop two doors from the PERSONALS Other Thanksgiving din- -vsMargie Carlton Broskey :' 1964 Evinrudes

4 Mrs. Colsie Rigdon hat ner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Defendant.DIVORCE 'I'I New
been in Bradford County Hos- Arthur Redding of Starke. Order Of Publication And I
pital for treatment.Mr. While here, Mr. and Mr=?. Notice To Defend I
In The Name Of The'State Of .
Fowler and children visited 1

4'I. ter and. and family Mrs. Richard of Daytona Car relatives afternoon.Mr. in. Brocker Thursday Of Broskey FloridaTo: Mrs. :Margie Carlton i,I 9 SIZES -- 14 MODELS -- 3HP TO 90 HP

Beach spent the Thanksgiving. Address Unknown I
and Mrs. J. M. Baker
weekend here with his brother and children of Orlando spent that You a complaint Are Hereby for divorce Notified has I Please accept this as a personal invitation to,become

.., .. and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. the Thanksgiving weekend been filed against you and you '
"- ,<),',"N'" >.'. ... .+. v' "/ 'r..rtfrUW"r, ? : ; l{( #: ;:N Mr- and Mrs. Earl Under- and Mrs. R. your the plaintiff's .
tt.ih { H. the complaint on
rnOrlt fTtiltj'O'E' ; Parker.
..,'' '. .i ,.' I '. ':.," >..../ 1/n'6".wr..Y..1.!hh,.: ( ,:.(... -iJ'i<: '>deR >>, wood and family of Savan- Miss Patsy Warren of attorney,. Eugene F. Shaw, 122:! 1964. We feel that this year's motors are just about the ". '
Starke ]
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i.w ::' !Ii1 "rrDt, C' J''D'I.Tl\n ilUVJfU t1K 1 ttf'1j,:::'};:."<'<'';'J;M';''' nah, Ga. spent the Thanksgiving I Starke is visiting this week South Florida,Walnut and file Street the original j l, best thing that has ever happened to outboard boating.
:' ? weekend with :Mr. and I with her brother-in-law an.jsister. answer or, pleading In the office I
: fA ITIW4C 'tfrmOttONW liRG' Mrs. Bill Underwood and of the Clerk.of the Circuit
; Mr=
I I .::::,.i"" :'.$t.. .. ., ,... >:..." ..>.. ", ...JZ1: Louise Hogan at Hampton Williams.. Mr. and Mrs. Howell I Court of December on or before 1963.the If you 23th day fail I II New additions to the line include the V-4 design 90

"";' ........c........ ... i'.t( > Lake. Bill Underwood returned I to do so, a decree pro confesso I
I .. to Savannah with them In The Circuit Court Of The will be taken against you for I hp, V-4 design 60 hp, the low profile 9I% hp (only weighs
s. \. Eighth Judicial Cireult Of the relief demanded in ,the
Sunday for a visit. Coaatjr Florida In Ia And For Bradford complaint.This I 2 pounds more than a 5j/2 hp) These are in addition to
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wol- Chanceir. Cane No. notice shall be publishedonce

". fred and family moved last 13-309 Jack Moody. Plaintiff, vs. secutive each weeks week In for The four Bradford con the established 3, 5l/2, 18, 28, 40, and 75 hp models. All
Sally Mae ,
week from Hampton to their Moody Defendant. County Telegraph.
J y'" MYI .i new home in Saratoga Order Of DIVORCE Publication And No- Dated at .Starke, Bradford I Evinrudes are guaranteed for 2 years ... ask us about it. .
of "
Florida this 23 day
County
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To
Defend.In
) .' I,.s' Heights in Starke. November 1963. I
"I I ",If''. Mr. and Mrs. Damon Nolan Of Florida The Name, To: Of The State (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) of I l I Evinrude is also building an all new fiberglass boat.
Clerk
{ and children of Live Oak Sally Mae Moody. Route 2, Charles A. Darby j
C ?Lwt Box 378, Lake Park, Georgia. the Circuit Court. Bradford 1 This boat has hull ride
visited here Sunday with her You are hereby notified that County. Florida I a designed to give a to compare
.1. .f parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. M, a suit In equity for divorce By Charles A. Darby, Clerk I
,.( ...:.-,t.. Bryant.Mr. I has been flied against you by 11/27 4t 1219| with riding on hydraulic shocks. Perhaps the smoothest
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visited
relatives
I r't : in Georgiafor DIAMONDS information on this beautiful and functional boat. .:.
t '.. Thanksgiving. BUY '

(, Mrs. Jessie Chastain was a
.f1f May we suggest a boating accessory as a Christmas
1t, 6 Thanksgiving guest with Mr.
,,....:r..;: and Mrs. Will Russ in Laki Present for the boating enthusiast in your family?
.. ,e ( L City. While there, she visited .
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her brother Lester Roberts, .trstttuocrlNc LYNN HAMILTON. '
Ii in the VA Hospital. pUNONpRWGS a
Orville :Brookins has been
: in; Bradford 'County Hospital i, to m......n..h MM RAiun taut;
t,1''J .I in Starke for\treatment. 4 STUNNING DIAMONDS -1 i !i Southern Marine & TV
t4 Karat white
Recent guests of the K. B SIQ5QayeltowgoliJ jyjw urs-
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4'ri.-:= -- Wilbur Hall'and of
daughter I BULLIHGTOH'SSTUDIO 412J2AST.. CALL"STREET STARKE, FLORIDA
DeLeon
Springs. .1 .. ,
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& GIFT 'SHOP HOURS 2-6 P. M. ALL DAY SATURDAY
Sparkman of Miami, newly-
*'' iTB313 weds spent Thanksgivingnear r J. .

General 1 Electric: ; Hampton with his par- I
Sh-clght Line design puts 11.2 eu.. ft.
ents. J.
Mr and Mrs. L.
of fresh and frozen food storage in only ,,28 inches i Sparkman and family I ONLY

width, yet every fecture is easy ((0 get at, a delight John Haney of Hamptonwas I I
to I
use taken to Bradford County -

J !If!ZERO-DEGREE -r.O.tG;$Cil ,5arv? to SI :r.rrnds Hospital in Starke for I Itrea.tment KOCH'SCan

of.frozen fcod '. : t.-- last week. |

i NO DEFROSTING ''/!:?: in 'ihc fresh food c iT. Mrs. Lucille Durham cfi I Bring _

partment' '; Lakeland spent Thanksgivinj[
r ; here with Mr. and Mrs. F. P
!IlfFORCELAJN, I V G.rJstnlt.t.: : : stores. 9/10 uJhe", Lott and also visited other}II! You Such AilINiboT

1 HI r 1 HANDY DOOR STORAGE holds tall bottles- relatives here. I II

!SLIDE OUT SHELF F Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown j i I

9'5 weekend of Winter here Haven with spent his mother last- i j I EVERY Shop USE OUR LAY-AWAY NOW AND SAVE--SHOP TILL 9:00: EVERY NIGHT

BUY THIS RO UCL./ 249 ,, Mrs. T. F. Brown. I
Thanksgiving dinner guest*
RESULT Of
36 YEARS
at he M, L. Watterson home
OF LEADERSHIP fOR. ONLY were Mr. and Mrs. Frederick I
Watterson and Mr. and Mrs.

Mr.Gene and Failing Mrs. of Donald Starke McMa-and! COSMETICS o Electric Razors

BULLINGTO.N hone and sons of Daytona; Big On Christmas Remington, Schick Norelco
Beach. Supper guests on Savings Early Wrap Buying :

Thanksgiving day were Mr.\ MOST PERSONAL GIFT
\ and Mrs. Olen Bedenbaugh I 1200" 336" Roll 9" Red
OF ALL
APPLIANCES and family of Deland. Mrs.|: White Tissue White Tissue WreathWITH K. Shaving Needs
Bessie Bryant of Ft. Myers Is i By >
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I In Cutter Box In Cutter Box LIGHTS
with her brother _
100 W., CALL ST. PH. 964-6551.. still- n-law visiting and sister, Mr. and 6 Chanel ;.-.f..*: :,.... REG. 69c REG. 98c only 98c Old Spice Yardley Rev-

'. : .', : ; only only Ion Williams; FabergeKodak
-- 6 Faberge I v* 44c 77c t
Cr- -
.' Revlon '. v':" CHRISTMAS
tt" ,. with Fabrics FromSTUMP'S 360" 3 Rolls Cameras
gt; 'Or Dana ..-: ," Big Napkins

st $ 'Bol day_ Coty I :. 3 Big REG.R811a Xmas REG.Foil 98c Wrap 35C Film & Flash BulbsFishingRodsReels


#Jo. Yardley ', ," only 66c only ggc 59C85CB.jjfe e


Max Factor ,

0 Evening In Paris *. j And Baits

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Good Selection : Fall Patterns :\. -

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APPRECIATE
Regular 98c THE :: LIGHTERS
HYPO-ALLERGENIC COSMETICS
} ToastmasterElec. TOBACCO I

Piece Goods .. ...... -
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Piece Goods : CORDLESS ELECTRIC j

'. .Regular $1.29 $1.39 WRIST WATCHES Series Type 8 Light Sets ONLY; 11"Vith Lid SHOE POLISHERS I

{ CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTS 44cA only $$1199| HAIR BRUSHES i

-Spcc/o// .: ; : : -- S pee i a / -- TIMEX BILL FOLDS' !
-r' ". Wide, Wide Selection Of

', CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS FOR .

... c r LASALLE.,. TREE, DOOR, TABLE, AND WINDOW
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FANCY
Christmas Decorated
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,. : -. "-, VuLightersPerez Candles
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Bake & Serve ELECTRIC 12"-Red or White ASST. EXCITING NEW AND DIFFERENT TOYS

: COFFEEMATICS,, "Hang One For SantaTo
i 3g Dishes ; TOASTERS i 2 For 49c Fill" FOR ALL AGE CHILDREN

(2 And 4 Slice), .
Hair Dryers -
DEPARTMENT UNIVERSAL BAND MIXERS"AND Stay Healthy Daring
WIDE SELECTION
SUNBEAMAT IRONSELECTRIC KOCH'S DRUG STORE The HolidaysFREE j
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Discount Prices I DELIVERY'r
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I Ii i PAGE FOURTEEN: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY. DEC. 5. 1963

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welcomes everyone to attend\
VTVTTfYTTmTmTTTTTIMAXyiLLE the two-week revival. Miss Patty Parrish attended and daughter were: :Mr. and I Mosley and family.. batAs lJ

PERSONALS funeral services for Mrs. Eve- Mrs. Ernest Walls and SO Mr. ,and' Mrs. Dave Cover- named the defendant property and of the that above on

,lyn Jones in Baldwin last Jim and Mrs. Mary dale Thanksgivingguests I I Monday the 9th day of December ,, IjiLli! ,! ,! I' i I,1, ,!,,, r j I, 1,1','!.(I,{ t hh!!i' j.l'.lh'' '{ r 1' !' !r,
; were rl I ) (
Last weekend guests of 'Mr. 1'j .Ili I, ri l !it ? 'l q! { I !t, !,''II Nll{ ,hi I
Monday: week. and son James. of Mrs. Coverdale's! 1963 at twelve o'cloiknoon ; !I,I II tl'{ h, I I,r. !; t,r ,.Ilai, f E l i ,Ir't, I ,r1++t 1 r I!,i rfl? rl 1 1 1!1 i. t! I IE (ID, I i
E. D. and family : the I
Higginbotham i on said day on premises -
Bjr Mrs. A- C. Slade and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson I Lynn, Angelia and Jackie parents, Mr. and Mrs. John of the Bradford County ,, ,I,11, 'Ij ly I afq j''i' t l h1 I 1 ,l i ;
I were Mr. Riley ,
I II lfh fjH l
a I Rhoden and family and Mr attended the funeral ofMr. Waters of Jacksonville spent North. I Jail st'11'to I ulll the offer highest for bidder sale and for ,1, I+,,44,,,,,h,, I. I rAhllii'I 4.1' I fl t il7") I'i1{j !, t N I, I qjgU i6! !! I 11I I !! { r ,

AAAAAAAAAA&AAAA. A& and Mrs. Robert Raulersonand Wilkinson's aunt Mrs last weekend with their, Arriving from Ntoblssville, I'cash in hand the above described

Rose George at Long Branch grandmother, Mrs. Dorothy Ind. are Mr. and Mrs. Lee I property of said defendant -
REVIVAL family, all of St. Augustine -
'
the Afore
to satisfy
A Church last Tuesday. The Waters. Mrs. Waters spent Coverdale. They will spend: said Execution.P. I NIT !
revival
began Tuesday 7 Till 11 Every Day
late Mrs. George was a resident Tuesday" with the children's several days with their son D. Reddish Sheriff
night, Dec. 3, at the Assem-, Alvin Padgett, son of Mr. of Jacksonville. and Mrs. JaciWaters and Bradford County: Florida.
Mr. and Mr.
parents daughter-in-law,
I and Mrs. Harry Padgett left I 1114| It 1/5: FAST SERVICE
bly of God Church in Bald-1 Arriving from Walnut Mrs. Dave Coverdale. t
k A R K
: last Tuesday for Fort Jackson, E T
win. The pastor, former Max- 'S. Grove, Ala. to spend the Fred Clark of Jacksonville Frank Wellhousen had to ,, :I GOOD PRICES
C.Mrs. with' 'a recent visitor of Mr, return to his doctor in Jack-' I ,
ville resident Jack Waters.! Buddy Bradshaw and Thanksgiving holidays was In The Circuit Court Of The
I Mr. and Mrs- Morrison Wall and Mrs. Claude Green. sonville, for treatment this: EI=:lath Judicial Circuit Of ,!1+ ,i tjl a i ,,, r +,!iilttllltliil 'I ii+hil itll'I' i!!li'' t{'}i'ill' Il+li11 I ,! CLEAN STORES
{ ( +
T-- .. Florida In And For Bradford 4!,+''j i Ij i{il Ij Ir! !r'++!,I II !h' iglhl
t: Spending Thanksgiving past,week- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest la Cake. Xo. !r, ,,1! Il lill+lt I+ { !{ l +tlitl! '1iI 1 ,
I County. Chancery. + I, i +
,11 ;+ IIll'{ Ih 4{ h{ ghjrh' 4 4.1 +Ilhl al! i r1 ,
with Mr. and Mrs. Jo; Wellhousen are also on 13-313 Iil/{! 4ylrr+/,!{ !! {!t,IilpIlwl, i1111 1,,, { ,! +,!+lls! jll ,! IY!{!!11 hil h23EER 11 !
:Milton )Mosier Jr. Plaintiff
Lucas were: Mr. and Mrs the sick list for this week. SHOPJACKSON'S
-vsAnnette Barton Mosier
Claude Green, Mrs. Mary; Driving to Fernandina to Defendant

Don't Let ,I Mosley and Mr. and Mrs. spend Thanksgiving with Mr. Notice order To Of DefendIn Publication And { FOOD MILT ICE CREAM

Avery Slade and family Other: I and Mrs. Junior Goolsby and The Name Of The State: r a. ,

I visitors at the Lucas home ; family were :Mr. and Mrs: Of Annette Florida Barton To: Mosier t3AYE 16111 K in ho GALLON JU6IC ,,,'

were Mrs. Lena Mosley cf Leslie Sweat, Mrs. Gloria P. O. Box 194

Jacksonville and Mrs George I Baker and daughter, Mrs. Gloverville, South Carolina. 1YN.lSq+a9
I
i I You are hereby notified thata and See
and
Mosley and daughters. Howard Durrance son
has
suit in equity for divorce
I Mr. and Mrs. John Parker and Miss Helen North. I been filed against you by Milton L //i' 1 N

and son spent Thanksgivingwith Mr and Mrs. E- D. Higgin- Mosier, Jr. in the above the Difference
styled Court and cause and _
SPANISH MOSS Mr. and Mrs. Harry botham and family spent j I you. are hereby summonsed or-

Dague of Jacksonville.Mr Thanksgiving in Macclenny]I dered and required to file your
written answer or defenses to
: and Mrs. Paul Harbert with Mr. and Mrs. Hancs the complaint in paid cause in

had as their guests Thanks- Sweat. the office of the undersigned 516 E. BROWNLEE STREETFormerly
Clerk of the Circuit Court at
giving Dave Goldman and his Rev.. Williams was dinner StarXe, Florida on or before
i mother. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Buford the 16th day of December 196J
( Douglas Minit Market)
and to 'serve'a copy thereof on
Mrs. Dorothy Waters and Higginbotham last Sunday. Theron A. Yawn, Jr., plaintiff's
Kill Your son, Roger and Mr. and Mrs Calvin Padgett and his attorney, whose address is: 122: I I
TreesWe THESE PRICES
Jack Waters and family daughter Peggy Sue former Florida:South: ,Walnut on or before Street.said Starke.date" GOOD -

t I drove to Savannah, Ga. to Middleburg residents are as required by the Laws of
spend the holidays. Mrs. staying with his mother :Mrs. Florida and the Florida Rulesof ;:
Civil Procedure. If you fail: THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY &
I' Bertha Padgett. '' SUNDAYBAVARIAN
Waters was the guest of Mr. to do so, a decree pro contests
,,'and Mrs. B. L. Stanley and Arriving from Laurel Bay. will be entered against you for''' .
-
Guarantee CHEAPER BY the Jack Waters' family were S. C., to spend Thanksgiving I I complaint the! relief demanded in the ... --... -L-.,= _.....t..x. OS"O'< .....>::1l J<- "_""' 7":<:
: the guests of Mr.: and Mrs with the Buford Higginbotham's This notice shall be published :
each week for four consecutive SELECT
.Ai A once
'\ were Mr. and Mrs- Lyle
I Minus. weeks in The Bradford '
"
TO KILL YirIT ( FAR THAN New residents to the com- Schmell. Other guests at tha I I I County Telegraph.
I
Higginbotham home were Mr. Witness my hand and the !
% I munity are Mr. and seal of said Court at Starke.
95 OF 'J PULLING IT and Gene and
Mrs. English
,11" Mrs. George Brown. Mr: Bradford County, Florida this/: '
11 of November 1963. a f
is of Mr. and family. day
Brown the son
; CIRCUIT COURT) :
WITH ONE 33lE9 tffe4S OUT BY f, Mrs. Charlie Brown. DaY Msr. Morris Bell visited Mike CHARLES SEAL; OF A.. DARBY Clerk of'

Fraser at St- Vincent's Hospital the Circuit Court Bradford
Goldman and his mother arg. C
County, Florida.By
Jacksonville last Fri
SPRAYING TREi peAYINQBAND also new residents. in Charles A. Darby, Clerk, ,;
/ / 'II
Mr. and Mrs. John Waters day.Mrs. 11/14 4t 12/5'
Threasa hop!
Foster
.. spent Thanksgiving 'l i I -
Mrs. Waters' parents, Mr. andMrs. daughter and granddaughter -I .

Frank Bell. of Palatka visited the i i Id fttehlh The CircBit Judicial Court Circuit Of The Of' 6 Bottle Carton il % I
Morris Bell family during
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Byrd and] Florida In And For Bradfordtounty
I In Chancery. Cabe Xw.
FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATESFlorida children drove to Frostproofto Thanksgiving. 13-312:

spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Caruso Tommie Jean Huff. Plaintiff,
and daughter have moved -vs- George Marshal! Huff, de- -#.
Mrs Byrd's parents.
fendant.
from Panama City to Jack
i Harry Padgett returned DIVORCE
!
home last Tuesday after a sonville. They have been visiting Order Of Publication And FRESH BAKED
with the Albert Smith Xotice To DefendIn
I three-week stay in Bradford the Name of the State of
Pest Control County Hospital at Starke. > family- Florida to: .

Susan Lucas daughter of George Pratt has returned George Champlain Marshall: treetRo."h'uter Huff

I home after being stationed in 11, New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lucas, wa
Iceland for five months.Mr. You are hereby notified thata
treated at St. Vincent's Hospital -; suit In equity for diver C
and Mrs. Lowell Thomas
in Jacksonville last has been filed against you by
; and family are expected Tommie Jean Huff in the a-I I
AND CHEMICAL CO. Thursday.Mrs. bore, named Court and cause
,
I to ,leave for Cerro, Gordo. HI.
and 'ou'rt'O hereby summonsed '
)
Lena of Jacksonville
Mosley -
to spend Christmas holidays ordered and required to

539 E. CALL ST. STARKE FLA. i spent Thanksgivingwith with Mrs. Catherine Thomas file your written answer or
PHONE 961-3965
in
defenses to the complaint
her son and daughte
After Christmas they will go said cause in the office of the Regular Size LoafFOREMOST
in-law. Mr. and Mrs. George I to Lemoore, Calif, where they I undersigned Clerk ef the Circuit 1
; Court at Starke. Floridaon

... ..... will Mr.make and their'new Mrs. B. F.home.Cole-i I December.,or -before= A. the D. 16th 1563, day alld0 of :II l ::: :=: -

,
Theron
.M. thereof
F : serve a copy on
man were guests of Mrs. ''I
A. Yawn. Jr., plaintiff's attorney -
B. Coleman and son last I whose address is122: :! '
weekend, >; 3:T ..oj 1 South Walnut Street, StarKe; PICTORIAL
Frorida, on or before said date '
Mr. and Mrs: Ray Pellumi I
as required by the laws of
-- of Jacksonville,spent Thanksgiving Florida and the Florida Rulesof
Civil Procedure. If fail ,,
with Mrs. FB.. Cole you
,
'= to do so, a decree pro confesso
man. Other dinner guests I will be entered against you I I ICE CREAM .
i for the relief demanded in the! ,
J were Mr. and Mrs. Buddy j complaint i

j Brbwning, Mr. ahd Mrs. This notice shall be published -
once each week for fou;'
James Coleman and childreiIand
r consecutive weeks in the Bradford ;
tU t\ Mr- and Mrs. Vince Taylor County Telegraph.
Witness my hand and the I
and children. I
II I seal of said Court at Starke. ALL FLAVORS C
; t II" 'Idkt MIll bout our I Ray Coleman son of Mr.j Bradford County. Florida this I .

and Mrs. Paul Coleman received 9th day of November, A. D. .

L lJuy.c IJeIIu 'I treatment at 'a Ma;- 19C3.SEAL OF CIRCTUT COURT :

:i// lh qd&psir i il clenny hospital Saturday, fore, of CHARLES the Circuit A. DARBY Court, Bradford Clerk 1/2 Gallon

leg injuries he received I'
l I County, Florida. !
AT GATEWAY CHEVROLET using an electric saw. By Charles A. THrby: Clerk I
\ Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson I 11/14 4t 125| i

i spent Thanksgiving in I !!


1964 New Car Sales Have Been Terrific-Most Of These Were On I I Mrs.Jacksonville Earl with Wilkinson Mran1 and

Trade-Ins-This Has Left Us With A Lot Full Of Good, Clean Used !!family. DOUGLASMEAT
Barbara Jean Langford of

Cars-Which MUST GO! Come See-Compare : Avon Park is visiting her sis COCAmCOLA

1 ter Mrs. James Coleman, this! I MARKETSMOKEHOUSE

REMEMBER-_"You Can Trade Your Way At Gateway" : week.

Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Brad- '
,
shaw and son spent Thanksgiving

'I in Jacksonville with REGULAR SIZE

\ SPECIALS! f I HAVE YOU TRIED I SPECIALS! !i, Mr.shaw.and Mrs. H.. Brad i 6-OZ. BOTTLES C


Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson i
I I I 6 Bottle CartonLimit
T II I and sons of Jacksonville : ..
spent Thanksgiving with Mr. :
1963 Ford Falcon 2Dr.
i and Mrs. Ben Higginbothamand :
1963 Chevrolet 2Dr. Sedan At This Price Please
H Wagon. Radio, Heater; Just I i : family. l: ((2)) ,
!! MrsWillie Harris went to Plus Deposit
Traded In With

Radio, Healer' Automatic ( Miles. Going This 11,000 Week $$1595 I a Macclenny doctor last week RIB & BRISKET STEW -- --'
Trans. V.S' Engine $ '
Good
E
$2 .
2 95 i for a chee! UP. t -'Ii ,__
Clean CarFOil: .ONLY FOR I,! Mr. and Mrs. Leon ,Butler: BEEF LIVER -- .

I: and Mrs. Maxine Shafer of PORK SAUSAGE ROLL GENESSEE

1959 Chevrolet ('Middleburg last Sunday I Ii
Bel Air : were

1957 G i visitors of Mr. and Mrs Henry LBS.
Chevrolet Bel Air 4-Dr. Sedan, Radio, Heater, WSW Tires Low II Carter and Mr: and Mrs.: 3 99Ci
I
:Mileage\ And It Has Air
2-Dr. .Sedan, Radio A Randolph Crosby. ; \:
"" Cond. This Is One Of The : Miss Judy Buelaher of the i
er, Auto. Trans., \ $ I
$1095
EK
gine, With Red lIeat$795$ Clean Ones This Week ;, Panama Canal Zone was the -

T AT JUST guest of Miss Patty Parrish Graded
FOR
O
11 and her parents Mr. and, ROUND STEAK

_
Mrs. D. J. Parrish. for the< e. -
E 1963 Corvair 700 4Dr. Thanksgiving holidays. Miss LB-

1960 Plymouth Fury 2Dr. H. T. Radio, Heater, Automatic I Parrish and Miss Buelaher attend 69c
Jacksonville University C
W Trans. WSW Tires And C
White With Green Int., Radio $$1195 i Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson -

Heater, ':-8 Engine, & C Group. Going This i I Jr. and family had as RUMPRoast 2 Full
Quarts
Auto. Trans, &FOR Air JUST Cond., $$1195 A Week----FOR I their': Mrs.guests Odessa for Waddell Thanksgiving of-" LB. 59cGrade < t


a California MrsWinnie Waddell -
Y 1963 Chevrolet Impala4Dr. .
I or Jacksonville. Mr. and .
H. T. This Car Has Air Cond., Radio, I Mrs. Comer Suggs and Mr. "A"HENS

1962 Ford Galaxie Conv. Heater, Power Steering, Power Brakes, V-8 I and Mrs. Harry Morrell ,)f

22,000 Miles, One, Owner. Engine Automatic Trans., I Jacksonville..

A Very Clean Car $1 895 T WSW Tires, Wheel Covers, $ 'II'I j; Mr. and MrsR.. V.. Dur- Check These Additional Features:

p595 ranee and children spent the ;
Is A ;
Tone Paint. This
Two
FOR 'JUST il American Orders
0 Steal AT JUST I{i weekend in Miami. 9 Express Money
R '

I II!1 1I i I .__- : III 2SC Sparkling Crushed ICe-

AOTICE Of SHERIFF'S StK! I
Notice Is hereby given that j
L P. D. Reddish Sheriff 6f I
Bradford County Florida under '
and by virtue of Writ of WELCOME TO -- ---
Better Service I I Lb. Sliced
Execution to Wit: Pkg. s
t Execution Issued' out of malf Swifts Premium .
Claims Court of Alac-haa County "GRAND OPENING" i
I Florida puoaam to a final}
I ;ndpment for Marten Finance Bacon LB 49c I
Company a Florida Corpora-
-
I:i. lion and against Hubert Rrrrr f
defendant i W tb/ i punt: d DOUGLAS' MEAT DEPT .
ISO,5& together with costs of {
YOUR FACTORY 301-NORTH \'<)11 E'<:tlon- PORK CHOPSLB.

AUTHORIZED DEALER GATEWAY CHEVROLET >I nc. STARKE FLA. pot liar essiun gelled the and following tare in described my NEXT DOOR TO JACKSON'S MINIT MARKET; j i I

personal property ty
IN BRADFORD COUNTY PHONE 96100 wit 39cI iJ J

i
1S51 Chevrolet PJcV: up Trnrk
ID Xo, JBA 144745;; Tag 45 CK !; i J
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORID.\\" PAGE; FIFTEEN
THURSDAY. DEC .5. 19GS.
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1 Sol melts the frost. Otherwisea 1! tissue causing death to that myyyyy7TTyy'VVYV10R1 Gainesville and Mr: and Mrs.!!1 Green and family- f I that the five-cent Christma.sl r with a basket dinner at the Methodist Church
i i Lamar Hall and daughters i Little Sandra Sorrells of 5tamj are on sale home of her son J. V Ed-
prized ornamental may be j portion of the plant. !j were Thanksgiving guests of:_Jacksonville is spending this't mall early and put their return' .!.I wards, Jr.Those Calendar for the week:
r I I stewed in its own' juice inside down BROOKERBy
If cold air drifting
Let's Go :i Mrs. Amanda Lewis and .Edward -! week with her grandparents. address on all mail. 'attending were: Mr. I Saturday. Dec. 7 Adult
I this collector of sunrays. from Yankeeland is already I
I I Shirley Green I Endicott.. I Mr. and Mrs. L..L. Dyal. / Youngsters may write ia and Mrs. Cliff Kelley of I Fellowship Class covered dish
I Frost has no terrors in gar-i below freezing, it quickly ,
I Phone 2281aeua.a.u.a. Miss Iris_ Brown Mr. and I Mrs. Amanda Lewis was tIle Santa ClAUS and he promises Wildwood, Mr. and Mrs Eus- supper in Fellowship Hall.
dens of well-adapted plants.! absorbs thrtieat from the o-i ..
iCardethng : to &A a. 1 Mrs. J- C. Martin and Mr.,i weekend guest of Mrajnd to answer all. letters. His tace Kelley of Keystone &:30 p. m. Nursery open. Jun
But during the sudden cold namentals and is likely
,
wave following a prolonged!' kill the less hardy plants to Mr.. and Mrs. W. H. Son-ell?i and Mrs. Louie Brown all of Mrs. Allen Lewis in Cioss: address is: Santa Claus I I Heights Mr- and Mrs. E. W.i icr High MYF hayride. 6:30,
'City. i North Pole 99701 i iI Frank. :Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. p
; and daughters of Jacksonvillewere | Jacksonville were the j
period some plants the ground. .
By Hervey Sharpe need warm a helping* hand. i| Covering plants during a Thanksgiving guests of Thanksgiving guests of'their Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green I SUNDAY SCHOOL PARTY I Edwards, Arthur Edwards, ,I m.Sunday.. Dec. 8 Church
Florida Agricultural Extension I I i Usually this involves put- I i hard freeze .is not very effective -I t her parents, Mr. and Mrs. mother, Mrs. H. 0: Brown. returned last Sunday after a Mrs. Paul Emery enter-I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rabbi School, 9:45: a. m. Morning
Service ting a blanket around the '. unless you can preventicy : : Lloyd Dyal- Mr- and Mis. William Fowler 12dayvisit with their son- tained her Young and son, :Mr. and MrsDon I Worship, 11 a m. Snack Sup
II I plants, or supplying heat. wind from coming ,in. contact I Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis and family of Jacksonville 'in-law and daughter A2c! and Sunday School Class with a I Hough and daughters, Farley I per for MYF. 6pm. Youth
Dcn't let your garden beau-I Plants are covered to slow with the plant. I and children visited her were visiting Mr and Mrs'':.Mrs. Tommy Cox in Biloxi, hamburger fry at the lake Butler and children all of! Meetings 6:30 p. m. Evening
ties get goose pimples from down the rate 'at which the During a cold. windy night, mother Mrs. Eva Crowl, an-A Cecil Melvin and family ont i Miss., and Mr. and Mrs. W. home of Mr. and Mrs. .Bail, Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. I Worship, 7:30 p. m.
I chilling winds- So plan now heat already in the. plant is a light blub under an airtight sister Mary in Largo Friday Thanksgiving. i H. Hinton and daughters in Green on Lake. Winnott Saturday Harry' G. Edwards and daughter John-j Monday, Dec. 9 Men
. to protect them against Jack! I lost by radiation. I, cover may give small plants and Saturday.; Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Bran New Orleans. La. I night. of Jacksonville, Mrs. .I Club monthly dinner meeting.
Frost. On a still, clear night in I I the same protection as a I I Mr. 'and Mrs- Julian Green nam and daughter of Jacksonville -I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clark I Fifteen young people enjoyed Dykes of Salt Springs. M": : 7 p. m.Tuesday..
ft Some tender young beauties winter, heat is radiated into greenhouse. Oil heaters can and son Mr. and Mrs. Alex j Mr. and Mrs J. T. and family of Lake City?; Mr.I the occasion. Chaperones and Mrs. P. D. Reddish cf i Dec. 10 -Wesleyan -
I|| in shorts claim warmth space by soil and plants. be used to warm larger plants I Williams and son, and Mr Taylor and family of Palatka I and Mrs Jimmy Clark and t were Mr. and MrsPaul Starke Mrs. Andasia Ben I Service Guild' meets in
from a mink stole. But, plants Their temperatures fall. If I I covered by giant-sized sheets i and Mrs. Wilson Green and Mr. and :Mrs. Fred Bennett o!f son of Starke, Mrs. Charles.I Emery and Miss Shirley nett. Coy Edwards, Mrs. Lot-I Fellowship Hall with Mrs. J'C.
aren't talking.. They need they reach the freezing pour;I of builder's 'plastic. daughters, all of Jacksonville Starke, Mr. adn Mrs' Terrel t Ryals and daughter, and MUs r Green. tie Edwards, Mr. and Mrs.I' Hobbs and Mrs. Nelson
more of the anatomy covered or below, frost forms on On an icy night, ''heat l is were Thanksgiving guests of Green of Gainesville, Mr. and Mamie Clark 6f Jacksonvillewere I MRS. EDWARDS Ernest Edwards and daughters Green as hostesses.
f Ir because their lower limbs I Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green. I 84TH and Mr. and Mrs. J. V I Wednesday. Dec 11-Pray
are boards, straw; bare ground vital and not smoke, in spite :Mrs. Kenny Green and son, Thanksgiving guests or CELEBRATES .
subject t, freezing. I and even on plants. of the popular mlSCoI.CeptiOI1. Nancy and Jayne' Green remained Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Clark. BIRTHDAYMrs. Edwards Jr. and daughters.Mrs. I er Meeting and, Bible Study.
,, Instead' of using expensive The air temperature may I So, it is a waste of tims: with their grandpar- and Mr. and Mrs. T. W.i REMINDER Alice Edwards of Edwards received 7:30 p. m. Chancel Choir rehearsal -
furs, try more practical plant be well above '32 degrees, but burning a pile of, leaves to j ents 'until Saturday Markey were Thanksgiving 1! Postmaster Ned Hicks Brooker celebrated her 84th: many gifts and a good time i i 8 p. m.
coverings like old sheets, the leaf may still hive frost I smoke up the neighborhood; MrsIva Mae Lewis of guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy I i wants to remind everyone I I birthday on Sunday, Nov. 21. was had by all. I
I Spanish moss, pine straw if it is losing heat rapidly, by I unless you have devised 'a i I,(
, and plastics. radiation. way. to< produce more heat
Earth_is also valuable when In this case the frost dam- than smoke.. 1
banking young citrus trees agaInst age :is mostly mechanical. The first. line of defense'in:
a freeze- That' is; sharp"sided' ice crystals guarding against cold injury i i AFTER
. If you cover shrubs with that form inside the is to plant only those 'trees i. WORTH'S. RO'BBINS STORE
plastic bags be sure to set leaves and tender plant stems and shrubs that are completely '
them tree shortly after Ole puncture: cell walls of plant hardy: in your'locality. \ 19 YEARS
This doesn't mean that you
I should not grow tender ornamentals -1,
1 111 E. Call Street Starke Fla.
Santa Says i but such plant! ,
I i I not be the framework of the:

: garden.' i iI Your Opportunity Of A Lifetime To Do
( I Regard the less hardy ornamentals I I
i for their beauty Your Christmas Where'Your Dol-
and don't plant them in a Shopping
spot that will leave serious
hold in the garden a composi ; lar Bill/ Will Do The Work Of $2; $3, And
tion when a hard freeze Inevitably .

I I I ground. kills them to the i. Even $4. Get Your Share Of Bargains '

r .. I The second line of defense I
from WifJcrriisWe're / i against cold injury is to have I II ABSOLUTELY NOTHING -r
plant tissue as fully mature
Overstocked In All Lines Of Jewelry, :And I I as_ possible when freezing SOLD TO DEALERS TOT H E BARE WALLS'Guaranteed '
Must :Move Before January Now Is Your weeather occurs.
Chance To Get That Special Gift At A Low Low I. The problem in Florida i is
Price. Come In And See that so many plants from
i warmer regions fail to stop I
i growing so as to mature their
I tissue during mild 'autumn. I II SavIngs up to 69 %

,i f I WATCHES i I and If winter scientists ever find a I ,

: sure-fire way to produce dor- .
i -- -i _....
i FAMOUS NAME; : mancy in plants' ahead of I, '.'H'"_' (."".." .",';''.'f.-rnf1''t'' ,'_! 'ft _4:_ Luu. __ 'i. :. Jf4l'lI.J--- ,._,!t'1II".>' _'' _. ."",'. ;.<:.Pl1AoT..:. ,(' !1 every freeze it will be the ._..u.'.."-.'.;:-..l-,-)(i-:..-:'.'''-'.-:YO.'.".-_'".'.'.:..'':!'i'-.b-k;'\- '.::'.'. -. /....:.:......:..,...- ".It..'-!:.'::.?.. Our Quitting Business Will Con-
( 4AS LOW discovery of 'the century for _' -4.r..o." -"'-"s,a.,.. v '".
1 b' LADIES I
gardeners.
AS $995 FAMOUS LABEL BETTER LADIES Savings. tinue Until Every Piece Of Mer-

( i! FIRST CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN 11 DRESSES 84 SPORTSWEAR, TO chandise Is Sold! Costs Have Been

: H. Walton Grady Minister Coordinate Sets
i Week of .Dec, 8-14: Arnels, 'Cotton, Dacron Capris-Slim Jims Disregarded-Our Terrific Mark-
j FOR HIM FOR HER : ,Sunday! Sunday School, Polyester BlendsJuniorMisses BlousesCulottesSkirts
downs Are Our Loss-Your Gain
.. 9:45: a m. Morning Worship,
: 11 a. m; Youth Fellowship, : Half Sizes .
BILL FOLDS j New: Fabrics Hundreds Of Items Too
NECKLACE_ AND I 5:30: p. m.. Junior Choir prac- Best Styles -Many
; tice, 6:20: p. m.. Evening Wor-
TIE SETS EARRINGSCULTURED TO And Colors Numerous To Mention In.This Ad
ship, 7 p. m $6.84. .,I; !% V'&ts'*.*, L -
PEARLS Tuesday Circle n meets t
LIGHTERSCUFF BRACELETS ; I, with Mrs- Henry Greene g REGULAR VALUES TO $14.98SAVINGS. LADIES Must Go-NOW!
LINKS State Farm, 10 a. m. Circle
COMPACTS SEAMLESS: UNIFORMS .
'
,
III meets with Mrs. Robert LADIESLINGERIE
WATCH BANDS RINGS I Read. Green Acres. 10, a. m. NYLON. WASH 'N WEAR
I. Circle I meets with Mrs. H ill UP TO HOSE Cottons '
RINGS WATCH BANDS :I Walton Grady. Bessent Road, r Nylons d 44- LADIES SWEATERSBANLONS

.
8 pm. And 2 PAIR Dacron
Wednesday Deacons' % BULKIES SLIP-OVERS
-
i i Meeting. 7:30 p. m. Polyester
I WILLIAMS JEWELRY I Thursday Senior Choir SLEEPWEARSlips C Blends CARDIGANS
Practice, 7 p. m.
_
i
-Gowns 8 8 ,
All
-
L1 TO $544
Pajamas Sizes To $5.84 ? $274

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N y) f LADIES GIRLS I MENS MENS 84 "

z w. ti .Fc' Z S
BRAS and DRESSESBuy : SWEATERSLambs SLACKS

Dacron-Acetatc
Buy Now For wool V Wool Blends .
GIRDLESSavings $384
,
Cottons
ci 4 PulloversCardigans Wash 'N Wear .

to $154I Zipper Styles To 5.84, Plain Pleated Front .!1 To

Regular f $5.84
'
JACKETS .' Continental ..
=b Tr v K'm.. 68% to $454 _
k. .
!: t i ''wal Poplins '
,
Laminated ,
$ : Y i
GIRLSCar Boltaflex $384 --

To $7.94
Like Leather.
'GIRLS ,
:MENS
t d l MI J I COATS Values to $14.98 MENS\

ANKLETS y Work Pants Dungarees10oz.
: MENS
Khaki[ .
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STRETCH -.-. Briefs 38 C BOYS WESTERN MENS-BOYS

Shorts JEANS Sport Shirts

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> Size White Back $$184 68%

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trips, helP] -wilh: a college education. Brighten y SHOES For The Entire Family Lay-Aways--No Exchanges

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LADIES LADIES MENS AFTER' J9 YEARS
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All THROUGH:! 11FE! THERE'S( 'HOTBINGT' Dress Shoes' I Casual Flats DRESS WORK SHOES '

t QUITE LIKE MAVlKfi MONEY IN{ THE BANK.! $2.84 to $3.84 $1,74 to $2.44 I' .

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Endicott Johnson
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Whatever the dessert at holiday dinner, it must be of a spec. SIRLOIN or FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND
tacular nature-and one of the handsomest is Christmas Chocolate 0 5 ..,
Pie. The chocolate chiffon goes into a crust of mellow corn STO COLONIAL SELECT QUICK FROZEN mec
flake crumbs.:,The pie derives ita chocolate flavor from semi- S t k 8 8 I
love sweet for chocolate out-of-hand morsels nibbling., the same And candy-like thanks to pieces the the presence children of ,* Breast Legs Thighs e a 5 LB. ;

reliable unflavored gelatine, the filling requires little cooking- WHITE (WITH RIBS) T.g ONE
only the feW minutes necessary to dissolve the unflavored gela : ;;
tine and melt the chocolate morsels. For the rest, Christmas
Chocolate Pie imply chills until ready for serving .YOUR CHOICE Steaks
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Christmas Chocolate- Fie BACON LB. ;
Crumb Crust: .-
4 cups corn Oakes,crushed,' *., *2 tablespoons sufir LB. CHUCK
or 1 cup corn'flake crumbs Js cup butter'or margarine '
Put corn flake crumbs,sugar, and butter in a 9-ineh pie pan. BEST CUTS REGULARLY / "
Place in moderate. oven (350F.) 5 minutes or until butter melts; 59d A POUND R oast LB. 4 8
remove.sides and Mix on bottom well and of pie:press pan.mixture Chill. evenly and firmly around- Regular 39c Lb. : ? }

Filling: <*&&* BEEF SHORT
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SWIFT PREMIUM BONELESS
1 envelope.wavored 16-otmee package ((1 cup) C ;

4 cup gelatine sugar morsels"semi-sweet chocolate LB. 7M Ri i bs 381
% teaspoon salt -1 teaspoon vanilla Canned Ham 4 $29B LB.
CAN
1% cups milk: 1 cup heavy cream,whipped .
Mix together tmfiavored gelatine,-sugar and salt in saucepan LEANER, FRESHER GROUND, 100% PURE BEEF
Stir in milk and semi-sweet chocolate morsels. Place over
medium heat,stirring constantly,until morsels are melted,about f
5 minutes. Remove from heat; beat with a rotary beater until ... .. l6. r
chocolate is blended. Stir in vanilla. Chill, stirring occasionally, 50 EXTRA STAMPS ",:-_- -- '-- _' --_-'-"::_' --: __- "r .-_--..-- -_ Gr Beef 5 PKG $198WITH
until mixture mounds when. dropped from a spoon,about 15 min. t
utes. Fold whipped cream. Turn into prepared pie shelL PURCHASE of 1-LB. __ j
Chill until firm.If desired,make wreath on top of pie with circleof Tarnow KnockwurstWITH SHARE
additional whipped cream; garnish with pieces ,of candied. -
cherries and citron.YIELD: 9-inch pie. WITH A '
PURCHASE of 1-L6. GA. BRAND '

HEDLBRONN In Th County Judge'. Court Brick Sausage I CHILDDeposit a N. v,
BAPTIST CHURCH Probate lirndford Xo. 1-730 County, .Florid WITH PURCHASE of 1-LB. PKG. 1 Y Grape Juice 2 69'
In He: Estate 'of James'Horps- Crackin' Good T I I the.Big( G) 1 For r
Sunday School, 10 a. m. by. deceased. cots ;
: Notice Of Filing For Final General Mills Symbol .,; MORTON Apple, Cherry, Peach, Coconut
Morning Worship, .11 a. m. ,Discharge: Of AdministratorTo 'I at Winn-Dixie Family $
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All Whom It May Conce. 25 EXTRA ''? your Fruit Pies 3
STAMPS.
Training Union 7 pan. Evening ._ Store General Mills Size.
Worship. 8 p.m. Prayer Notice Is hereby given thathave 1 WITH PURCHASE of ANY -FLOUR will a ., MORTON '
return donate to the Chicken, Beef, Turkey Y
MeetingWednesdays; 7:30'pjn. administrator{ fijHl rny of-the final ,Estate.: as o f Palmetto Farms Sara l Salvation. Army in : Pot Pies 5 8OZ. $1.J
Rev;-Charles. Harvey. ;paster'. : :James": Ho'rrtsby1; deceased; ,.th"t FR Pies _
,relation to. ; SH. FLORIDA '
r 1 have-filed my petition .forfinal WITH PURCHASE of SUPERBRAND deposits. : .
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discharge a d .that I willapply 1 '
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to the'llonorableTheroA. n 2-Lb Cott. Cheese Save 20 Gold Medal I erbrand Grade "A" Flavors Thrifty i Maid i I
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Yawn, County.Judge of cup .
:'cnVitCH OFGpD422N.'sC Bradford.. County... ..Florida 'on r ., .
: ciao St. December 20. 1963. for 'approval i I
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off the same ana, for final discharge SAVE 5-2/3* EACH DOLE SLICED ce
Sunday School 10' 'a.m -as administfafor of the F LO UR: E G '
.. $ 1
Morning 'Worship! ,. 11' a.,m ceased..Estate of James'-- liotnsby. de No, 2 1. :
Senricef 30'ii:. ''CansSAVE
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Evening 1= 1. Y- Dated this 15th day. of November
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PE each Wednesday 7:30p. 1963.
m. Prayer Meeting Friday, |Harriette Harrietts C. Pomeroy.C. Pomeroy as ad. 5f EACH DEL MONTE S-LB. HALF
7:30: p.m.-'L. S. Williams mlnlstrator of the Estate of I
pastor. James. Hornsby: 'deceased.: 303 BAG GAL .
U/%( 4t 12/12 Spinach 2 25" 4T1 D01. x
Cans Limit 1 With $5. '
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50 Extra*W"( Green Stamps Fancy Sweet ,Florida 1
FLORIDATHEATRE SAVE 5* EACH BUSH Limit 3 with \
WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF ,. ;: $5. order or moreKidney'"B T .

ONE: PKc;. FROZEN SOUTHERN BELLE ; t U t
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2 I ddo SAVE 10# EACH DOLE PINEAPPLE Limit 2 with $5 food order


1 OPENING TIME d ( Jui'ce 46-oz. CANS 25 ,: tj I

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6:45 P. M. 50 Extra%V(:Green Stamps .

SATURDAY 1:00 SUNDAY 2:00 WJTH.THIS COUPON" AND PURCHASE OF SAVE 200 EACH KRAFT Limit I : 1 1 with $5 order or more
Two PKGS. FROZEN: KING Size r EAR

Thurs., Fri.., Sat.-Dec. 5, 6, ,.7 Downyfiake COOD THRU DECEMBER; Waffles 7THAT Miracle WHIP QT 39z i., 1 t


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U. S. No.1 BAKING POTATOES \ ,

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SWEET, JUICY FRESH FLORIDA .
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? Ee THREE PKG*. FROZEN TASTE O' SEA -- Oranges 5 BLBa 59'ALL '
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GOOD THRU DECEMBER 7TH
fl AT ANY WINN-DIXIE s e J ,. PURPOSE RED EATING.

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Sun., Mon., T:ues.r; -Dec. 8,- 9, 10T 1 i Cut Sweet, PotatoesGOOD 5 .- -

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AT ANY WINN-DIXIE < I .1 ; 1-LB. CANI
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