Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 12, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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/ V "Recount fever "hit Key- Prevatt, attorney for the city :'- '
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j stone City Council Tuesday In this said that "after I' g
'H I case, Santa Clause will "official Staike, and I like the warmer "
night when defeated candi- election V
results are validatedby .
11Y" enter Starke Friday afternoon weather.
date for mayor, Charles Mc- the council then a recount! S.
at 6:30 when he '
i The
arrives: parade, sponsored by .
Glave, accused the City Council either '
can be accepted or rejected -
from the North Pole to parade : the Chamber of Commerce V
of "not trusting electionofficials" by the council a per- V
through town. and the Merchants Association -
and demanded a show cause that
son can
Santa revealed it was a will begin at Bradford
c lecount of all votes cast in tion results would be changed. on E Call st
"warm day" for the North | High School on Temple Ave.j
V last Tuesday's city election"I ." The Bralfcrd High Band
: V Pole just 50 below whei j at 6:30: and will turn left atj I
personally think we The Council accepted Man- \\ill participate in the parade
Chief .
Police Bill Roiser telephoned
V j Call St., coming through the I
V V should have another election. V nering's plan because one j along with merchants an1civic
him earlier this week
Why should I trust the elec- center of town I
vote could the
,. change elec to confirm that he would be groups who will sponsorfloats gjj.
V tion board if the council tion. Warren said he had no I Parade Marshall Rosser I
here -
time for
__ 4& on the parade. Jw V
V doesn't?" McGlave asked. I
objection to a recount. said the parade will probably
: V S A Santa also said that "Fri i Santa said he will have
Councilman Roy Watkins, McGlave's! Reasons disperse at the former Starke ,
day the 13th is lucky for me. candy for the "good boys and
: returned to office with 116 McGlave, appearing before I alwavs eniov coming to I Laundry & Cleaners building! Rills in Starke."
r4i: votes objected and said that the council at the regular '

-J % V 4 "distrust has never been a Ii meeting Tuesday; said that -. V

xi1j* question. Just the possibilityof he had received no notice of ',;S S ,

human "error in a one-vote McGlavevotes the Monday vote-canvass. School Board Sets .

r& difference V "If the Council is going to.

ms I The "recount fever" was Warren received 110 to spend $90 to recount two : ,S S S & SS

I. flamed by City Council action rank him as third man in the people's votes, then why not. S'S

I Monday night when the three-seat race for council recount them all? If the ; V

Council met in special session council can't trust the elect 1 S Own DistrictsThe
I to the votes and validate man.Mannering '
canvass testified durinJ tion board why should I?" ,

election results. the special session that McGlave said.Watkins J ;:
Deputies A. E. Brown and Robert Green take plaster cast The Council voted Mondayin "George LaRue had a differ- and Council ;

of footprint that might have been left behind by person involved the special session to recount ent tally than the election Chairman Don Pangborn both j. i'S V Commission Districts
Bradford County' into his proposed new homeon County
the votes of Arthur P
in cros -burhlng incident at Lawtey Negro's home Sun- board and said there was objected to the, "trust" part ofMcGlave's 'I by
i separated a
Mannering and J. W. [Bill! confusion members of ; School Board met in special I Bessent Roal. Unless this 4 and 5 are

day night.-Gainesville Sun photo by Sam McGarvey. Warren on Thursday. Dec. 12 among statement. Theysaid .; 4 session Monday and adoptedits had been done, Roberts would ,I section line east of State Road
the board
on votes andWarren's
at 8 p. m. in City Hall. Tues my" "trust" wasn't the ques- own re-districting plan. have moved into Commissioner 225 near Graham.

Scott's Home Guarded day, the Council voted to recount Mannering votes.also quoted Pete tion.Watkins V i t ruling out the so-called "Ber- Jerome Johns District 3. Ccunty Commission District .

all the votes on Thurs O'Connor there said that he did lin Corridor and adoptin -District 5, represented by j I 4 contains the area between -
as saying was not think McGlave had valid 'I' State Roads 18 and 100
day. S Charles Hardy's original "pie- I E. A. Sapp, was brought up
After Phone Calls One-Vote confusion on the count be- reason for demanding a full V shaped" plan No. 3. This plan I "square" from Pratt St. to !I around Lake Bedford and

Margin tween Warren and himself, in recount, since a recount of ,',S.SS. t JS ,,, S was the basis of the one finally I State Road 229. This sectiohis i i this area lies in School Board

Mannering, appearing be- asking for a recount.A McGlave's votes for Mayor S V 5 adopted by the County !! in County Commission I I District :J. S

Bradford County sheriff's deputies continued their fore the Council in Monday'sspecial : city ordinance requires would not change election results Commission last week but District 2, and contains the The hanges made by the

patrol at the home of Robert Scott in Lawtey last session, asked for a that the City Council canvass in the Mayor's race. several revisions including a I' property where Commissioner School Board for its districtswill
recount of his and Warren'cvotes election results within six
night after the 49-year-old Negro councilman-elect in the Dec. 3 city election days after an election and McGlave was defeated for a gerrymandered strip alon?I Roberts now lives [Saratoga I not affect any oftf\

received threatening phone calls late Wednesday ad- because of a one-vote Monday night was the dead- mayor by a 34-vote margin j Bessant Road to take in prop Heights]. I voting precincts set up by

vising him to "get out," and "this is your last warn- difference. by M. L. Beasley, a former .bishop Elected erty where Commissioner -A square section, located I the County Commission.

ing." Mannering received 109 line.An opinion from Myron i [Continued ,0n Page 5] George W. Roberts: plans to in the heart of Starke where i Voters will vote in their usual -

The phone calls followed in '!;H :,"',"'t <"' ..,... .:.y :. C. HeadH. build, made it unacceptable to Temple Ave. intersects Washington -, place, except they may be
the wake of a crude cross- ,). \ ,. ". ."'. :,t<'rf'F'";: Fair the School Board St., was added to I I voting in one Commission:

burning at Scott's horns Sun- '.,.'. \\' 1'r: ";'" ,'., : T.'y+!- I Spring Population Commission To Files i According to the law, School Board District 2, now '' district and another Schoo)
..:" .'k A. [Buddy] Bishop Jr. School do not i Beard district in certain
day night about 9:10: o'clock. ,,: Board represented by H. A Lawson.
Approved was elected president of the
Sheriff P, D. Reddish aid J have to comform to County The School Boards who I I areas.:

yesterday. "We intend to stay IL For 3rd Circuit Stark Bradford County Commission districts.In termed the County Commis i i -T'e Board re-numbered its
JIJ Report JudgeA Chamber of Commerce at a
conjunction with
Association districts in
there and keep watch as longas IJ IJj By adopting its plan Mon- sion's re-districting plan ((3 II
meeting of the board of directors district! numbers set by the
reverted following ,
I the situation warrants. .. day, the School Board "mess, also resorted to I
Monday. Also named
last week.
? Reddish said his .investigation -' long considered switch of:t The Population Commissionfrom ciaton met in Gilnssvllle last .. to,original Plan 3 by: natural rpad t boundaries County Commi6sion.
were Charles Sawyer vice 'tTistrict termed Lawtey
into the cross-burning IV& j the annual Bradford Count the 8th Judicial Circuit week and, polled its member.? -Taking out the "Berlin in outlying' "ar as., This 1 ?
president; and Robert Barks- is W. Starling
represented by D. -
incident had so far yielded j Fair from fall to spring was) will,me, its report and recom- for a recommendation: on who Corridor" in School Board resulted in several minot
dale, treasurer. I District is less ,
2 Bay represented -
nothing tangible. Clues being approved by the Fair Associa-' mendation in Tallahassee to- they wished the Governor to Member W. E. Lawson's district changes in rural areas as ;
The officers will begin Lawson
new H. A. ,
checked out include an Army- tion's board of directors meet- day ,for a.third circuit judge: appoint if the third judge request between Bessent Road I follows: :, by
their terms Feb. 1. i District 5.District3 .
type fatigue cap, believed to ing here last Friday night. in the district. is granted. Attorney J. and Alligator Creek. Lav.'Son's'j -Left a small section on and w s fornvrly
New directors, who were represented by W,
have been lost by a fleein The 1964 fair dates were set John A. Torode, Starke businessman : C. (Jimmy) Adkins of Gainesville district is now No. 3, and was: the northwest side of State I
elected by mailed ballots last E. Lawson used to be District
intruder as he stumbled an for April 29 through May 2. member of the committee received a majority of the formerly termed No. 2. This I Road 100 going toward Lake
week for terms,
three-year 2 District 4. represented by
flight, and footprints near a The main purpose of said the group found 76 ballots castGovernor strip was placed in Butler in District 2. The; ;
were S. G. Denmark, RobertE. Commis-j Rodney Biall.. is still numbered -
broken-in bridge on an un. ,., .. ., changing from fall to springis a population of over l?O.OOO Bryant is expectedto Firth Guy Andrews T. L. sioner District 2 by Commission set this land in District 5.
V the same; and
used road: north of Scott's \; in order that the fair: people in the circuit and take action after the com ty Commission to make itt I District 5. !
."'< \\t \: Casey. H. H. Everett and represented by E. A. Sapp was
recommended that another mittee" is filed.
home.: report
might be combined with r possible for Commissioner i] School Board Districts
:-< :; Robert Barksdale. L. S. Muir District 3 under the old num-
There was no evidence of Strawberry Festival and to judge be added. Roberts .to continue to rUn' and 5 are separated; by State
: of the DuPont was
i't, Company
bering system.
anyone approaching Scott's avoid conflicts in date with Hearings were held in Ala- from District 2 after he moves Road 225 near Graham "
Man I appointed Monday to fill the: Site Survey
Injured ,
home over the main graded such fall events as Halloween chua, Bradford, Levy, Gil- ;
road which leads to his house Gator Growl Football Home- christ, Baker, and Union Counties vacancy lebt by the resigna- IL----- .ji- : : County School Supt H. P.
tion of S. D. Goodman. I that he
Morgan reported
from U. S. 301 at a poire coming activities, and ad- : comprising the 8th Circuit Kerosene Rig 'j ,
: Members of the board recently ,made a trip to Tallahassee to
near the Lawtey school. Th joining county fairs.
"More testified in appointed to represent request a State survey of &
Sheriff believes the cross- Agriculture interests have people Hits Light PoleA
institutional membership proposed new school site on
N Bradford than at other
k burning was the work of not also pointed out that better any
Torode said. are: A. Q. Smith Starke Jay- ; [Continued On Page 5)]
more than two or three perSons exhibits of farm produce can hearing, t
kerosene-loaded truck -
who came and went over be cbtained in the spring than The State's legal requirementof cees; Orie A. Wiggins, City -
broke a 65-foot utility polein Council: G. T. Fair Old
the unusual road running in the fall. Weather condi- 125,000 people, plus one, fora ( Con Game
two and sent an injured
third judge, was met hut Association; Homer Wood. ,
side ,
nOl therly from the tions are likely to be more
Bradford Hospital .
driver to
Starke Golf & Country Cluo; Here
"the work load here is what I Ia'Pulled
of Scott's home. favorable also, it was said. with chest injuries and multiple II I
and V. Turner CiviUu
R. ,
There: were car tracks at a Bill Epps. association treasurer ;- really warrants another judge, Mond-
Torode said. cuts and bruises Club. To Rob StoreAn
point farther north along the reported about $1.000

unused road: the Sheriff said profit from the fair held last I The 8th Judicial Bar Asso- I lay.William The board voted Monday to 5
but these could have been! October. Stanley McCully endorse a resolution asking 3 1E1 ; "old' con game" was
49, of Waldo was coming toward City Council to change the pulled on Suwannee Store
hunting in I p
by persons Public Hearing Set North 301 )
town on name of Temple Avenue [U. owners here last Friday with
the and it is not knowrif
connectionwith Robert Scott On Election Laws when his semi-trailer tankerhit S. 301] to 'The Boulevard of two colored men as the "players. -
they any I ShopliftersAre I
a Florida Power light pole Presidents. A public hearingwill ."

the seven crossburning.About feet tall, th? defeated this purpose, however -, ArrestedFour A public hearing concernIng -! and knocked out a 30-foot be held on the matterat "The Jackson's reported
the intruder intruders section. McCully, who was $400 missing from the regis-
-or council
: proposed changes in the the regular meetuvj
cross was fashioned fron Christmas spirit came to the Bradford County courthousethis
-leaned the cross traveling about 40 m. p. h., next Tuesday. If the name is, ter In $10's and $20's at 2:40:
Florida Election Laws will beheld
rough pins slabs that had week decorations began to in the various offices.
from the appear "
thrown 60 feet
with oil-soak- against a fence post nearScott's Gainesville "shopliftl'rs" at 7 p. m. Monday. Dec. was changed, it is planned to erect Friday afternoon Police i
been wrapped cab of the truck. I I Shown above Is the mantle over the old fireplace in SheriffP. said. I
home and left it burning arrested here each Chief Bill Rosser
ed l The base was tapere.1 were i 16, in the County Commission an insignia on .highway j jf I
and rags.an attempt had been It later toppled to the Friday by City Police whsn room of the Duval Coun- City Police Sgt. Harry f median through the city, I). ReddNh's office which his two secretaries decorated. The "One colored man came to

made to erect the cross in the ground. an employee of the Shoe Rack,I ty Courthouse. Pride said! "I saw sparks fly: dedicating, it in numcry of a three can be: seen in the mirror above the mantle, the photo the register with some orange

main street leading to Scott't Scott was at home watching caught a negro woman "ia I The hearing is being held ing from the wires from the President.It taken with the three looking into the mirror. Juice and meat and laid downa .

home. The hard-packed earth television at the time and was,I the act." : by the Interim Election Committee railroad tracks on old Lawtey was announced that the I dollar. H.' asked Mrs. Leroy
unaware of the activity' outside A woman employee of the''I of the Florida Legislature Road and was on the scene chamber's annual banquetwill Jackson for a plug of tobacco,

until a member of the Shoe Rack followed three: to hear'views and ideas a few minutes later." McCully be held on Saturday.Jan. i I 3rd Cage Victory located behind the register.

EVERGREENCEMETERY family 'saw the burning cross colored women to a parkedcar : on the present election laws has been formally charged 1 18, with E. H., Whittaker. industrial "When she turned her back,

: through a window. He immediately in front of a jewelry storeon in order that the committee with failure to have his vehicle -: representative of the I another colored man reachedover

notified the Sher- E. Call St. and saw one j might discover areas thai under control. SAL Railroad as speaker. BHSVins 6.5.61Over from the other side of

iff's office and an intensive of the negro women "lump" i need correction or modifica- Pride said McCully was the tounter and grabbed

Near State Prison search of the area began. three pairs of shoes from the! "mumbling things" when he Pecan Sale handfuls of money. -

I Scott's first reaction was I store on the floor of the car. I tion.Bradford County Rep. A arrived, but was in no shapeto "Her customer left his pur-
We now ha$236 of the- from the Council, say what caused ,the acci- Nets $3,500The chase and; walked out too,"
"resign" the
I to I !Meanwhile another store! J.. Thomas' Jr. said that Lake

estimated $600 needed to install although he will not officiallybe employee had contacted City r general public, anl especially dent. McCully's condition was City Rosser said.
into office until Jan. reported as "poor" at Brad season's5f urth pecan Police said the call for help
the new chain-link sworn Police. Police arrested twc I elected officials are urged to I
he ford Hospital, but he is expected auction last Thursday saw I came in 20 minutes after the
worth it, commented -
fence.ll 6. "It ain't negro women and the two attend this important meet-
., negro men who were waitIng : ing. to recover. 21,808 pounds of nuts sold fora i Coach Erwin Land's Tornado -I'I Williams also helped out \t I robbery, after the owners had

\ are urged to contribute I Later, however" -, he said he in the car for them. Electric power north of : total of $3,551.74.Prices werea I cagers took their third the free throw line sinking ; counted the money in the

to make the drive a success.Please hadnt quite made up his! .. ) Starke to Highland was out little. stronger than the pre- straight game in a closely six for nine attempts, five "of leg s er. .Police also said tlw
"One of the three Taken
mind .what. to do. "I'm still negro Equipment for two hours''for line repair, vious week. .I played 65-61 win over Lak them in the fourth period. In I two colored men can be identified -

in deposit The- your CommunityState donation thinking about it," he said. I, and women ran jumped, She out left of her the own car I: From Junk Yard and power was "off aU the I Leading 'varieties and the City Tuesday night_ December all the Tornadoes attempted: by Mrs. rJackson.

Scott was elected in the I way to Callahan for 20 min average price per pound were: 10. 41 free throws and buckete-1 The S u wan e e Store
Bank. Starke, Flo. i shoes in the car. We hay .. .... I
Dec. 3 Lawtey balloting placIng -i them at the station." Police;; A junk yard north of Law- utes. Curtis, 5,012 pounds, 18.39 The Tornadoes took a one 25.Williams management also reported f

THANK YOUJ. third in a nine-man race Chief Rosser said. ; tey owned by C. B. Barbour "There were 128,000 volts cents; I point lead 16-15. in the first also was high another "short" of $174 in I

\V. Lee in which three councilmen i ,' was looted of quantity of i of electricity on that line." Mixed 3,342 pounds 15.84 period and had a nine point scorer of the game with S3 their register on Friday, Nov. I

t : were chosen. During the campaign Arrested were:. Ernest Gra-' automobile parts and tools Florida Power Area Manager'cents; I margin at halftime, 31-22, bat; points although hampered 27. They said the same two

Acting Trustee i in which he did not. har, 20, 623 S. W. 3rd Ave. during the night of December J. H- DuPre said. "It only the Tigers began to press in by a bad cold. Hobbs was sec- colored men were in the store

I iI actively participate, and on Murray Wilson Jr. 28, 301 N,'I'' 2, the Bradford Sheriffs Department takes 2,000 to electrocute Tesch 3.291 pounds 7.25 the second half and narrowed: ond high man of the ganU that day to purchase lunch

election day there were no'I W. 6th Ave.; Catherine Terry reported this'week'i someone." I II cents; I the lead to four and three with 19 points, 'his highest. meat-

This Space Contributed incidents but following the i, 18, N. W. 7th Place; and I | No arrests have been made'I "Fortunately no lines were Seedlings, 2,959 pounds, 18.19 I points two times. Snappy foul! scoring contest so far. Harold I Police' assume that the

election he reported receiv- Lorine Robinson. 21, 409 N.'I, in the theft but the matter is, broken". he said. A tie-in cents; i shooting kept the Tornadoes I Bishop added 13 points for .missing $174 ,could possibly

Weekly to Publicize ing an anonymous phone call} W. 8th St., all of .Gainesville.'j j still under investigation according -j with Jacksonville was made i. :Money Makers, 1,442 pound ahead, however, as Lake City I BHS, Ernest Jenkins four, have been under the same

telling him to "get out of City Police are expected to I! to Deputy Sheriff A. : to, provide power for other 15.10 cents; 'j pressed too hard and had 31 I Robert Moody two, .and Gary circumstances' as Friday's rob.

Community Events by town.** arrest the other woman involved i E. Brown. I areas, and the section between Success, 1,082 pounds, 17.12 fouls called against them. I Cole one.Starke's. bery.

Bradford County Judge T. who ran away. Stolen from a tool room. at the scene of the accident -:'cents; The Tornadoes shot a torrid -I tall forward. Ernest "Someone had told us that

The CommunityState A. Yawn yesterday deploredthe "They had been in several the yard were several used and Highland was Stuarts. 652 pounds 19.24 61 per cent at the frea Jenkins, also dominated two colored men were pullingan

i incident and quoted the stores in town but we searched -'j' carburetors. wheels and tires,I "dead" while workmen repaired cents; ; i throw line with guard Richard the boards bringing down 25 old eon game around town,

Bank following statutes as being the car and all we found I heaters and radios a bumper the dami e. VanDemans, '576 pounds Hobbs getting seven of rebounds. Willams and 'Bish and we had made one inves.

[Continued on Page 5i i were the shoes." Rosser said jack and a quantity of Damage: to McCully's tanker 19.97 cents. V nine attempts five in the op also got their share as the tigation already at a bank .I

..' mechanic's tools. I 'ff estimated. at $2;000. : :' second half, Center John (Continued on.p' ge.,6X.'. here. on a tip" Rosser said.




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------ THURSDAY, DEC. 12 1963Santa's

''i I 1 rr p [ bit and Mrs. Robert Faulk- ,Ir. and Mrs..:. S. Dankel !
I:Wesleyan GuildHoliday
ll' ner of Jacksonville were Sun- moved to St. Cloud Monday.. | I' i
=: f
& day visitors of :Mr. and Mrs. }Ir. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper : Dinner ,
wt..r>,, st 1 I'I Paul Faulkner. and family were in Chieflandj!:, p I ...

11\\ rro II Mr. and Mrs. Donald McRae last Friday visitirfg friends and i And Program j jj 1\\ .r k

>a had Tuesday evening supper relatives. i'; J

with their daughter, Carole at fir and Mrs. Alton Personsof I j The Wesleyan service Guild I II Dollar

I;' f : Gladys Mooty Alpha Omicron Pi sorority Jamestown, N. Y. were i!1 I enjoyed a turkey dinner aM'I I'

t : I. Phone: 964-0651 house at U. of F. weekend guests of Mr. and I Christmas program at ther:

; i i r Mr. and Mrs. E. W. New- :(hies George B. Edwards. I December meeting, Tuesday
: Lester I II comb of Orlando spent Friday I A2/c and :Mrs. Donald Cooper evening in the Methodist Fellowship
Kalbrunner Mrs. Lfl- : Mrs. Blanche Vaughn is a I
I to Monday with Mr. and Mrs. and family of MacDill AFB I HalL
{ lian Cajka and Mr. and Sirs.r Headquartersfor
p I patient in St. Vincent's hospital .
.. s
of Chieflandwere j The U-shaped dining table .
G. S. Newcomb. and James Cooper
\ t. Hank of Cleveland Ohio
Meyer will
1 i where she undergo
I I Elmer Hilberg of Cleveland, weekend guests of Mr. ; held arrangements of poini -
: I J. Mrs. Dorothy Cajka of Wake- .facial surgery on Friday.50Stcood ,
s i settias and which t
Ohio was overnight guest and Mrs. C. L. Cooper. pyracantha
I : Ohio and Mr. and
t man 1-lrs'l Color Pictures for .,
I rr I (Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Terwillegar Motors New And iwere used at points of interest
I' Joe Gibney of Miami were i Christmas with new Polaroid II'
: [Kramer. Used Car Department, Will Re- i i :also: used at points of interest SHARP SHOPPERS
\ I. guests of Mr. and Mrs. W, S. j I.color pack camera. BULLING- ,I
Misses Jean Mundy and main Open Wednesday After- | throughout the hall. Hand-
I .Naas several days last week I TON'S. fcgiV
I Frances Cannon of Tallahassee noon, Friday Night, And Sat-) painted Christmas place cards
: t : 'and attended the funeral of Admittances in Doctor's You Are Sure To Find .
spent the weekend with Mrs.W. urday Afternoons Until Christmas with Christmas verses inside .
'i, W. Haas last Friday. S'I Hospital this week include:
.. I B. Mundy. For Your Shopping Con marked the seating arrangement -
I. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ste f Horace Wilson, Mrs. Charlene Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale were venience. ;; for the 30 members, The Gift Here That -
'j elli visited Mr. and Mrs. John r Mrs. Anna Reibold, .,, i
I Banks in Tallahassee last weekend to Mrs. J. F.. Ellerbee of Pana- : guests and prospective members -

; \'I : Caruso in Jacksonville on J Ji and Miss Katherine Starling, attend the Florida Agriculture. ma City spent Wednesday to and nylon net pompomsin Will Please Every Member .t, .., M, r
r Sunday. I all of Starke; Charles Kirkland Mrs. ..; ,
Department convention. Saturday with her mother assorted colors were used ;, c ,
i i. I. :Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Adams !.. Lawtey; and Mrs. Clara Mrs. James L. Hair of Lake Nita D}aL Mrs. Dyal also hadas i as favors. Of Your .a ra 's' t r s

: were in Daytona Beach over I Crews, Raiford. I City was visiting her mother, weekend guests Mrs Marie "I The Story of Christmas" Family At -s .

the weekend visiting Mr and I.I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker ,.!Mrs. Annie Hollingswortn, on I. MeDavid of Gainesville and I! was presented by Mrs. J. R- "; rA + r
: Mrs. Michael P- Flynn. I and daughter of Cocoa : TREMENDOUS SA VINGSXMA
Monday. Mrs. Ruby Britt and son of Hixon, Miss Mary Carol Bes- ,!
I .. Local admittances to Brad- j i I[ were weekend guests of Mrs :Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ir->y en- Ocala. > sent, and Mrs. Lily Bridges. ''

ford County Hospital this\ ]ii ,; L. S. Hutto and family tertained his five agents of the Mr. and :Mrs. Harvard Chas- !| Mrs. R. S. Mullins, president j w '' th

i I'' : week include: Llovd Green. i it p.I Mrs. Malcolm McInnis of 'Gulf Life Insurance Co. and tain of St. Augustine were last led the members and guest

t, Glenn Albert Griffis, Vickie St. Petersburg spent the their wives at Christmas dinner Wednesday overnight guestsof ;\ in reading Christmas verses .,Yn, g ;Nq

: Putnam, Mrs.Helen Bennett, weekend with her parents, at their home, 1356 Bland- Mr. and :Mrs. T. C. Chas I enclosed in their place cards

Mrs. Jewell Sellers, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs. ing St., last Saturday. tain Jr.Mrs. Mrs. Nelson Green and Mrs.J. .

: Kathryn Leaman. Mrs. Yvon- Mrs. W. T. Jackson and Terwillt>gar Motors New And Ronald Benhke and Mrs. C. Hobbs were in chargeof : Ap ;i.A. .

I'.' ne Boone, Mrs. Annie McRae, children were visiting Mrs I Used Car Department, Will Re- Sue Glennan of Green Cove dinner arrangements. rL : OFA
Brenda Wilkinson and Ken- Frank Weaver in Willistonover main Open Wednesday After- Springs were last Tuesday 1 k .

neth Thompson allJt the weekend.C. noon, Friday Night, And Saturday visitors of Mrs. W. B. Thompson .
". Starke; Mrs. vandella Jerreil. F. Shawyer of Anderson, Afternoons Until Christmas : Jr. Sandra Register'Scout S XMAS :

: Hampton; William McCully W. Va. is spending two WCCKS For Your Shopping Con; {r. and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins Of The Year' PAPERc

.. .... Waldo; Mrs. Minnie Taggert. with Mr. and Mrs. D. W venience.Freeman. spent Wednesday to Friday in ? e 26" WIDE ; I
Doctor's Inlet; and Mrs. Ida Carpenter.Mrs. Johns attended the Tallahassee where Mr. Dinkins Miss Sandra Register was ,

.. ww Whitehead Melrose. Helen Chace and Mrs. Annual Business meeting of the attended the conference of the selected as Girl Scout of the RIBBON e 237" LONG

I .r'.. TmiUlegar Motors:: New And Dudley Cole of Ocala were Florida Department of Agriculture Department of Agriculture. year at the Scout investitureheld .

I .w UMH! Car Df'partm'nt.111 Remain Tuesday visitors 'of Mrs. Etta Friday through Saturday I lie and Mrs. Charles Darby last Friday evening at the CUTTER BOX
.. Tallahassee. TAGS & SEALS ; -
Open 11'edneulay' Afternoon Hoover I of last week in attended the election workshopin Woman's Club. -,

/I : :: Friday Night, And Saturday tid- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gooding Tallahassee last Friday.D. Each the troop keeps F
Miss I>lh.? Rosenber? ? year ,.
p Aftormkins Until CtirUtma ance couselor of Bradford of North Charleston, S. C. were A. Mclntosh of Kingstree, points for each girl, when she G PAPER a; .. 59c Value
: : For Your Shopping Con County High School and weekend guests of Mr. and Airs S. C. was the weekend guest of takes chairmanships or does r 3

r. venience.'KeferenceBible. H. K. Davis. Mrs. Arlen McKnight and soh, and .
for her community CANDLES
I a. State 2nd vice president of of more troop e .t ,_ ,
Pearl Jardon Harper
M the Florida Federation of I Mrs. David. than is asked of her attends r W.
Wewahitchka was a last Wed- COMPLETE Movie Outfit, ;
IIU BPW Clubs attended the troop meetings, and pre- ICE BULBS .
Mrs. L. A. w, .
visitor of -
.-.--"- N -- Southern Regional Workshop, $99.95. sents ideas. At the end of the y
r s ia O1?? t :i::: .i-...=1Eor.'- School Driver Education Davis. H. Kramer is convalescingat year the girl with the most ; : .
on High A
... -_ '?==' :.:;set; ..'.?..5...,- :. in Nashville. Tenn.: Mr. and :Mrs. Al H. Harley home after a month's con- points is the Girl Scout of the t, 0 MISC. DECORATIONS '
I M ';__ .III and family of LaVale, Md. in Bradford County .
ate: c finement Year. Sandra received minia-
o w :."'rr !a: ;; :: last week. The conference was t Tremendous
a '::,_:.f = *-l-;': ..J are moving back to Florida Hospital with broken ribs re the
w Scout doll from
i1z-. ': Eo::=;;=- ::5'II ture Girl
.. .' -- -:- sponsored by the President'sCommittee
:.! =3 ...=v- ;, this weekend and will visit ceived in a fall.
Y. "W'. &-."!:" iL.w.. =f."L--....--. for Traffic Safety. their parents :Mr. and :Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Barryof troop. LESS THAN Selection

i! rMf ; 4iI --- }fr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen: ;.Barney McRae and Mr. and. Newberry were Sunday visitors :

t I .rN. -- and Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen'..Mrs.,: A. H. Harley Jr. Their I of Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Barry Recent Births

I attended the Hazen family reunion :.i niece! Beverly Crawford, who :Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smith '

;. fflze SCOFIELDI at the home of Mr. andMrs. has been staying with them 'have moved from Pinehaven Bradford County Hospital > .

: K. : O. G. Strayhorn in Wildwood ([.since summer, is also returning I sudivision to Saratoga Heights.Mr. births: 112 PRICE. .

I Sunday. home. and Mrs. Halbert Lowder Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lewis

.. Mrs. John M. :Miller and Starke, a daughter Melanie .
illEJzieJ. 6 Rev. GI.Scofield.D.D. ;: CHRISTMAS SPECIAL: MoIvie and family of Lexington, N. C. ".0. .
.1 children, : Anne and Kevin, j' Dec. 4. :
zAishted by Eminent ScholarsHe1pr Screen, SO x 40 Tripod. Regular were last Thursday evening '
arrived by plane Sunday from I $J.1.95. Now $7.95. BULLINGTON'S. dinner guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Mr. and Mrs- Herman Um- r w
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: Page Where Needed > ,
on Rosedale, Calif for a visit with H. D. Starling at the State berger Hawthorne, a daughter ., 1. .
: ,With Chain References, Revised Mrs. Miller's parents, :Mr. and ;\ Farm. Isabella Ann. Dec. 7. 'W"' ,
:Mrs. Edward Burns and Miss ;
I >
.. Marginal Renderings, Prophecies
Mrs. E. L. Matthews. Mr. and ,, Full Selection
I II. lIarmOl led. Books of the Bible Florence Jennings attended the Mrs. Mack Sibley .
.-. 'Analyzed and many other ft- Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hagen regional library board meetingin Jr., Keystone Heights, a son ***,c .; '

... .. ,tares every Bible student cccd visited Mrs. Alta Ashurst ini J i Gainesville on Sunday. .45 Cal. Slug"Dents" Mack Lane Sibley III, Dec. 8 I iW, t

Cocoa over the weekend. j I Misses Mary Bellinger, :Mar- VictimThe Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Johns, t Fancy Tree a i: LADIES LINGEDIE I
r.. BULLIN6TON Mr. and Mrs. Joe BaKken ,tha Susan Ritch Marcia Hay- i Raiford, a son, John Alfred, % ; -

.wM and family attended the Tom !nes, and Linda Sue Thomas at- slug hardly broke her Dec. 9. i$ 4A

a "'" ....ti !my Bartlett Deer Ranch Christmas ':,tended "The Messiah" at the skin but it was still Quite a .. o The Ideal
:1 ""
... Studio & Gifts party. at Silver Springs'rriSunday 'University tif Florida on Sun- shock last Friday night, December -, '
day. 6, fora 21-year-old I ;
t '
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--- Ma- 'I
Hampton Negro woman
rW zie Lee Mitchell to be shot i LESS THAN a:..,
.1 :MM: WHY
: SLADE'S by an unseen assailant. i I :

M Sleeping in her bed the
: w Negress was suddenly awakened 112 PRICE
: ,
q CHRISTMAS SPECIALS by a .45 caliber revolver ; .; .
IS z
bullet which ripped .

I : _.... through the wall of her home. ; !
'. o tore through the head board ; +t ,3, >
I : AI Your of the bed, broke a baby bottle '
Choice Of .
and finally stopped when : '
N it struck her high in the aiR o yAw r 7 r 9 ti x

: WESTINGHOUSEBeautiful I right shoulder.

M The bullet had such little

.w I j force left when it struck the i

r., j j woman that it just barely'' PLASTIC FOR $$100 Complete
40,000 BTUMADISON CONSOLE TV i broke the skin and doctors PRINTS .

: l r bandaged the wound with a MUCHMONTH Gt ': ,> A ssor t menJEU'ELRY t

: : I band-aid, according to the 4.

W 'I Sheriff's Department. ', ,n EARRING & F 00 -
: $
It all came about when 1 or $1 .
M w.u+a a.' S'b Y.MUKf Y9(,4 S twT tkAOfi.\C' ;:4f1Y d Sw i Claude Eugene Granger, 58- t NECKLACE DOLLS
.... ,: !
"' -s. I Hampton Negro, shot.
M HEATER 'tie .. ,,.. year-old
:k I
u 4 a at Lucian Blocker, Negro, 40. : a: SOLIDS
r @ ; I!i after he two fell out during STERDON'T
.. : F HANKIES 1 Oc 19c.
a an argument. According LEFT : PRINTS -

r r_ By ;; ,p Y i to Deputy Sheriff A. E. f .r. SETS
a I i
Brown. Granger got mad and ,
: : DearbornWith ,..N i !i shot at Blocker. I
;if i j
.. i
I n. ; .. I Where was Blocker during ,, AT I FORGE! e TEA SETS
>rlrw,: Q X .. r+ V.Y' : all the excitement-hiding !

: :: A Blower .-. ; behind a pecan tree and nobody ;

... e'' I could recall just what I IJ SHOES At Discount
_r 't ... r, I: the argument was about. :I II THE f
w t r'aw I I J .

r f"p i. Cattlemen Set j I Prices
.. I ..

p .. wrr. ,. Barbecue Saturday END : FAMILY!

ar ,f At Fairgrounds : ,
.. t i : A livestock improvement program i OF x
; .Pill
: :. '' ,u,K;R i Walnut.Finish, : for Bradford County will ; I
be the main of discussionat
topic .
: :,;;; : Exclusive Instant-On No :
the Cattlemen's Association
: : arm-Up Period, barbecue set for 5 p. m. Saturday ;! THEMONEY

: Dec. 14, at'the fairgrounds. I FREE
: : p, .
1 ORMINIMISE J. D. Odom will discws-- the'! a
+ ..s import situation, and plans for
.the improvement program I'I Gift Wrap .

H STEREO ,whereby it Is hoped to have a i
I : Limited For Santa Himself
QuantityChristmas 'registered bull with every Of AnyItem >,

p I, ... Special WITH FM-AM RADIO next herd Billy few in Noegel the years.county is preparing within the the'I I' -, "MENS! SHIRTS 1.38o 2.44

".. 6 SPEAKERS barbecue for this event. i I I Purchased MENS UNDERWEAR 3 For 1.00

,I i : 88 SO 3 Woods Fires I I; }. Here l! MENS BOXED GIFT ITEMS

: Christmas Burn_ 17 Acres -,

.' Three woods fires Consolidate All
i were reported -
: Specials ,yith ': fr:; Florida Forest Service f s % ,e .. ,

headquarters in Bradford Your BillsTown *V 4 .. '
: Trade County last week burning 37 '
l Since Jan. 1 there hare been

: OF 83 fires with 545.4 acres turned Finance

,-as compared with 1"! fires
and 1,408 acres burned daring LOANS UP TO

: the same period last year.
STARKE $600.00
There was no measurable

rainfall during( the week 'except 144 W. CaD Street
f at Santa Fe tower nrhere STARKE, FLA.

one-tenth of an inch was re Phone 96.9091Siarke ; _.
Home Of Quality And Service corded. Fla. ,

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Miss Mary Noegel, i Mrs. Davis Hostess .

I I I Bride Elect, I i At Christmas Tea '

I i Is ComplimentedMiss For UDC Chapter ;
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II : Mary Noegel. bride F r19f'F I, Mrs. L- A. Davis entertain- : C7'G

I Gladys booty elect, was the inspiration fo. II I I rt the W. T. Weeks ChapterU. '

Phone: 964-0651 .1 a lovely tea given last Satur- X14 F' Y1 II I D. C. at a Christmas tea at ;
day afternoon: at St. Mark's II I the regular meeting held : savinqsare t ; a

.9 I Parish House by the Women !! I Wednesday afternoon of last :

I I of St. Mark's Episcopal I week. i

..1 I Church. I Tho lower floor of the I

II Guests were greeted at the Davis' spacious home wa
I ;''li+ii! i IIII 11 +1 'I, '{till).( j i11{{ i"i" I 'I Illy li'/II' 111'1' I {I y' li' !' .
I T door by :Mrs. Mattie Gahagan 1 beautifully decorated with i icp9 11I(I II II I IIII I l l!i,' 11 li I{' Pt 'jif4 it i IIII 1 I iI1 jl,I4R, III I II I! I I I I II rl)1((1'I,IIIIII r n,
ti, I I and Mrs. J;well Noegel, and ?nnal flowers for this I 1 I Ijl II II 11 I I II II'I II I I I,I 1 II I II III I F I, 11 II
( { d
Ij I I presented to the receiving line lovely affair.Fallowing l + Ilhl ( i I h. UI,1
composed of Mrs. Julian Mc- I the business I IA, I IfI 111 : l tI{ {Iprl!' i141,I1r I'I 41 II III I, t I/IIl4 I I,1 I1 IrI"usl!, j l 1

r Ii : Rae, the honoree, her mother'I i meeting, which was conducted : :

I| Mrs. William Noegel Mrs. W- \ .' by the president. Miss Madge IT I

B. McNeil of Quincy, motherof t:;.. Middleton a historical program I 7 111 DaJy

the bridegroom-elect. and I :'The Unsung Heroes of

jl her daughter, Miss Patsy Mc- i g"t II I the Civil War" was presented '

!I Neil.The -1 I| by Mrs. L. G. Powell, chapter u A ( F PRICES GOOD
I receiving line stood in ,i historian. Among the heroes I _

: /, front of the spacious fire- net receiving public praise THURSDAY
I ,I place where the mantel held 4. j jI jI according to Mrs. Powell'sarticle +1.Ii/III'/,I I, I, +I I I I I, I I I'' h Ih f I { !'I II I.I I; II I ll 1j141 I I1/! I 1I{I II'I II IIII/'I 41/+ /',II'I'(( I II !III, i I 1'fql t II ( ?I

I 4Ii I a line arrangement of friendship I were the flag bearers, 11111'4'1 r111+ I II 11' IIII/1111'11'11! 1 I ,it I I l 11111111, ll ll, IIIIIIINIIIIII Il I! I /I I I ill I t I I 0 FRIDAY
I II1111
r pink gladioli and pink buglers standard bearers 11,4411 i h1''ifi'' lilil ii{ IIIIIII I{II, j1l11111! Illjll I I IIII 1 I IIi,1 I III 1 I'ii111111il11 li II il llllll I I'1'! II ilk 111111' II l I SATURDAY
mums interspersed with green drummers and color bealerI
'I} I foliage. This was flanked atone I I i Mrs. Powell ended her pro-\ SUNDAY

4 j. end by a brass cande-I Tam with the joyous poem | SEER FOOD :MILK ICE CREAM

( labra with pink "The Spirit of Christmas." 516 E. Brownlee St.

t S either side of the fireplacewere During the social hour tea 3A 14111K In th s GAUOMlDaT& '

4{ two simulated pink S f : was served from a table over- a_. .. STARKE FLA.
1 ,
frosted magnolia trees. laid with a handsome French ,

I II 1 The tea table was covered! linen and lace cloth and cen- II y ,

Ir with an imported cutwork -- ---' ? tered with an artistic arrangement 1 Formerly DOUGLAS
cloth with inserts of Alencon I I of red and white

J r I Jt' lace, and centered' with an Margie Ann Rosier, Larry J. Floyd I II carnations in a silver bowl] -- MINIT MARKET

j I antique silver fruit bowl filled I II j I Exchange Vows In Jacksonville RitesMiss Burning white tapers in silver ., .... .. ,- -......
Joyce .Scholl Weds Dr. K. M. Given with sweet pink carnations; holders added a further dec- "

I I In I and pink frosted and glittered .. Margie Ann Rosier'I j satin, featuring a fitted bod- orative note to the table. BAVARIAN SELECTBEER

Philadelphia Church CeremonyMiss leather leaf fern. Balancing daughter of Mrs Margie T.I ice, bateau neckline, elbow- Twenty members and two

the arrangement were Rosier of Jacksonville, and.i length sleeves, and bell-shap- visitors enjoyed this delightful -
Joyce Ethel Scholl of sister of the bride, served as two silver I '
J candelabra with occasion.
Larry James Floyd, son of I I ed skirt. They wore matching -
Philadelphia, Pa. of maid of honor and the bridal sweet '1
daughter I pink candles.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Earl Floyd circular veils attached to
Mrs. .C. L, Scholl of Starke I I attendants were Mrs. Edwin A focal point in the loungewas of Jacksonville repeated nuptial -|i pale pink roses, in their hair,I I Christmas Parties
M. C. Quinby III of Rich- I
and the late Mr. Scholl, became J I a miniature driftwood vows Saturday afternoon. and carried cascade bouquets
mond. Va,. sister of the bride I tree I Scheduled HereThe
I the bride of Dr. Ken- arranged with debutant l Dec. 7, at 4 p. m. in the, of pale pink carnations.Miss 7iPLUS
I and MrsGeorge G. Given Jr.
neth Marshall Given, son of I camellia blossoms. At the base I Woodstock Park Baptist Juanita Thompson, annual staff dinner and
of Westboro. Mass., sister-in-
Dvt George G. Given of "Glen- law of the groom. All attendants were blush pink pompoms Church, Jacksonville, with cousin of the bride, served a? dance of the Du Pont Companywill

side,'!' Pa. and the late Mr?. I were dressed alike in Serving as floor hostesses.I Rev. Harrell R. Cushing per- flower girl, and master Mark be held at the Starke Golf
Given on December 7 at 2 during the tea hours were forming the ceremony. Dykes cousin of the groom, and Country Club Saturday ,
white blocade floor length Mrs. [
1 p. m. m the First Presbyterian Edward Burns, Mrs. The altar of the church was was ring bearer. night, Dec. 14, starting with a 6 Bottle Carton
gowns fashioned with .a scoop Herbert
Church, Philadelphia, with Thomas, Mrs. H- C. decorated with four candle- Mrs. Rosier chose for her hospitality hour at 6:30: p. m. DEPOSIT
Rev. J. Ernest Somerville, D. neckline, elbow length sleeves, Brown, Mrs. R. J, Davis Mrs.J. I abras forming an arch, and daughter's wedding a street The annual Christmas dinner

D. performing the ceremony.The and bell-shaped skirts. They W. Kincaid, and Mrs. O. I flanked by two baskets of I length sheath of pink crepe for employees of Big-Dad Man-
wore headpieces of white velvet L.
bride given in marri- Beasley. Assisting in serving i gladioli and pompoms againsta over taffeta with a cowl neckline ufacturing Co. will be held at''
and ostrich feathers and
were Misses Kathleen background of I and back drape extendIng the club Thursday, FRESH BAKEDRegular
age ,by her mother, was escorted carried cascading bouquets of Thomas I greenery. country on
to the altar by her Judy McRae, Sharon There were candles in the, from waist to hemline. Dec. 19, at 1 p. m.

brother-in-law, Edwin M- C. variegated anemones.Dr. Noegel, Mrs. Dewayne Elder, windows on both sides of the With this she wore a laven- .
George Gordon GivenJr. Mrs. Ben Rowland Mrs. s D
Quimby III. She was lovely In church. I' der orchid Beta Sigma Phi
served Roberta
as man and Seigler and Mrs.
( a gown' of white peau de soi Rendering nuptial music Mrs. Floyd was attired in a
fashioned with a scoop neck- the ushers were Paul D. Hardy Kenneth Grider. Presiding at I II ,I! were Mrs. C.' B. White Sr-. 1 street length dress of tur- Plans Yule PartyThe I
and Dr. Murphy F. Townsend the tea and coffee services and Mrs. C. C. f! taffeta with c
line and full length sleeves I organist, I quoise crepe over
i| both of Philadelphia. were Mrs. R. E. MacBlainand Beta Sigma Phi sororitywill
with points over the hands. Springs Jr., soloist. jeweled belt and gold accessories -
j Mrs. Scholl chose for herI Mrs. George Winkler. hold its annual Christmas
served with
The'' fitted bodice had Ray McCormick as complemented a
I daughter's wedding a turquoise The honoree was presented party for members and husbands .
pliques. ,of re-embroidered best man, and the ushers lavender orchid.A '
j brocade suit with matching with a corsage: of white shat- or dates on Thursday,
Alencon lace, seed pearls and were Charles Deckerhoff, Les- reception was held >n
i satin hat.Following tered carnation buds and a Dec. 19 at 8 p. m. at St. '
and Walton church fellowship hall
crystals. The same lace motif lie Lundquist. the Size LoafFOREMOST
the piece of her chosen silver as Mark's Parish House. _
wedding a reception with
was scattered over the bell I Floyd, uncle of the groom. which was decorated
reminded to I
a memento of the Members are
shaped skirt Her detachable! was held, in hte Barclay occasion The bride, given in marriage baskets of gladioli and pom- -
from secret sister a gift -
the Women of theChurch. their
t II train,fell into a graceful chapel Dittenhouse Square East by her grandfather poms. The bride's table was and novelty gift for husbandor : = -AI:

length. Her French illusion I Philadelphia. I II Marvin L. Thompson, was covered with a white laccover. date.
Approximately 80 '
guests lovely in a floor-length white over pink satin and '
bouffant veil
was held in 1 After a wedding trip to j I called during: the hours 3:30: Tickets for the traditional PICTORIAL
place with a matching pillbox I silk organza gown, over lay- held an arrangement of car- available
to 5 o'clock. Christmas doll are
hat. She carried a cascading Dorado Beach Puerto Rico.I i i ers of taffeta and net. The nations and fern and the member. The
I from sorority
bouquet of gardenias and ,1 I, the couple is residing at 2038A dress featured a scooped bride's cake. The punch table: any displayin
clothes are on
I doll and
Mather Elkins Girl Scouts neckline, and also covered with white
stephanotis > Way, Park, GivenAdvanceme < a-vscalloped was a window at Barksdale'
I 'French lace bolero' fastenedby lace' pink satin 'and'carnations ICE CREAMALL
Miss Joan L. Scholl. twin Pa. over : department store. :
: I tAt lace-covered buttons and and fern surrounded
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InvestitureGirl long sleeves which tapered to 'the punch bowls.
I calla lily points at the wrists. Standing in the receivingline BPW
I If I '
Her voluminous skirt with were the bride and groom
Scouts of Troop 606
f 4 BPW Club will hold
of Starke held their investiture controlled panel front had a their parents and bridal at- The luncheon-meeting Friday FLAVORS ic
I IJ ceremony at the Wom chapel train. Her finger- tendants. Mrs. J. D. Sanders their
!I, from 12 noon to 1 P m.
an's Club on Friday evening tip veil was attached to 3 and Mrs. Grady Chastain cut .
1 Restaurant.The
1I of satin and seed pearls bride's cake and assistingin at the Garden
I Dec. 6. The club house was tiara the will
I decorated for the occasion in She carried a cascade bou- serving were Mrs. B. J. Christmas party !/ Gallon

l the Christmas theme. quet of white carnations cen- McDuffie, Miss Sandy Rauler- be held Thursday, Dec. 19., '

% The investiture was led by tered with a white orchid. son, Mrs Bill Kinley, and at 7:30: p. m. at the home of ; U

STORE the flag ceremony with Bev- Miss Jacqueline Johns serv- MrsO.J. Stores- Mrs. P. fl. Mrs. Pauline Torode. '

"O\t\1E erly Morse carrying the stars ed her cousin as maid of Yost kept the bride's book. :III 111;;

SANTA'S f and stripes and Lillian Rich- honor in a street-length dressof Following a wedding trip to -

ards carrying the Girl Scout hot pink satin, featuring South Florida the couple will "GOLDEN RIPE"

flag. Color guards were Cindy a fitted bodice, bateau neck- be at home after December 1? I DOUGLASMEAT '

Sink and Donna Lou Patray.In line, elbow-length sleeves, and in Jacksonville. The bride ,
Y the candlelight cere- bell-shaped skirt. She worea chose for traveling a white i

mony MrsPat Cauffman, matching circular veil attached wool suit trimmed in pink I
1f leader, invested the following to a deep-pink rose. complemented with black accessories -i
f and carried cascade and white orchid. M
girls who received Brownie a bouquet a i I

fly-up wings and Girl Scout of deep pink carnations. The bride is a graduate of,

I 1 I I pins: June Hardy, Jan Serving as bridesmaids were Paxon Senior High School, j i

". :' Thompson, Robin Warren Miss Charlotte Wright and class of 1960 and is presently ( SMOKEHOUSEFla.

1 ,ix qs" "R\\T; //tt | Kelly Richards Deidre Har- Mrs. R. W. Collins Sr. Junior a legal secretary.

6 t 1I 7. \, rison. Karen Patz, and Doris bridesmaid was Miss Teresa The groom is a 1960 graduate I f

Spengler. Rowe cousin of the bride. of Paxou senior high i II

'.:.,; Girls receiving their second They were attired in street- school and Is In partnership!' LB.I
<,, class badges were Caroline nth!!: dresses of pale Dink with his father.Garden z + .
"' I .
.... Crews Sue Hurst, Debra I
Tea Club
Johns, and Patty Rosier. First I Holiday ( t

1 class pins were awarded to;{For YoungstersAt To Meet Monday I: r i iI

Marlyn Patterson. Beverly i

McRae. Lillian Richards, Cin- Country Club The Starke Garden Club will I II I

dy Sink, Donna Lou Patray, meet :Monday, Dec. 16, at 7:30p. GEI' ESSEE ,
Betty Jo Warren Sandra The Social Committee of the m. at the home of :Mrs. HENS & FRYERS <
IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT! Starke Golf and, Club
i, Register, Susan Autry Mar- Country Gladys Harrington on N. Wal-
tha Dennis. Barbara McRae, announces a Holiday Tea on nut St.ith Mrs. J. D. Sey-

FAMOUS QUALITYDAN Linda Strickland and Janet Sunday, Dee. 15. mour and Mrs. Palmer Williamsas LB27C Ii
Nichols. The party is for tots to 12 cohostesses.S. i

I, The following girls'er years of age and the hours are I L. Peek Jr., who traveled BEE
from 3 to 5 in the afternoon. I 12 European countries
capped and went into the through 99c SALE
RIVER Senior Girl Scout Troop: It will not be necessary for last summer, will show colored

Martha Dennis, Barbara Mc- 'parents to remain with the children -I slides of his trip, noting the BEEF LIVER .1

Rae. Janet Nichols. Sandra but may drop them off beautiful gardens and colorful
I and return for them in approxi- ROLL SAUSAGE -
i Register, Marilyn Bollinger countrysides,
I II I Beverly McRae Linda i mately one hour. I HAMBURGER c

| Strickland and Lillian Rich- Santa Claus will be there 'MYF Members
.I Muslin Sheets with favors for alL

,J ards.The troop also had a money Enjoy Hayride 3 LBS99< 2 Full Quarts

Christmas Party ..
t making project on Friday

night at the club house, they ;For OES ChapterStarke I The Junior-high MYF enjoyed 49c SALE _
72x108"81x99" a hayride Saturday evening
sponsored a Talent Show, the |
I :followed by a hamburger fry
II 1'99 fee to enter was 50 cents pe I Chapter No. 224, NECK BONES
: at the Crystal Lake cottage of
I OR TWIN FITTED person and the prizes were I Order of the Eastern! Star, will ':Mr. and :Mrs.O.. W. White Jr. PIG FEET
: $10 first and $5 second. The I hold its regular meeting and
The 21 young folk HOG MAWS
were accompanied -
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first prize was won by Miss,;Christmas party at the :Masonic by Rev. J. R. Brab- :
j Jo Ann Scott and the second |hall Monday night Dec. 16. All
ham arid Mr. and< ilrs- W. B. LBS. '
81x108" OR 2'19DOUBLE ;1 prize went to Donald Salazar. 'members are requested to at- Thompson 1 Jr. Assisting Mrs. 4 49cRound jj 9 American Express Money Orders. .

I !1 The troop is trying to raise I I tend. Each man will bring a : ,
FITTED White in serving refreshmentswas Crushed Ice
i enough money to visit the ]present for another man, and Mrs. Jack Hines.
Juilette Low Foundation in !each lady a present for another I I .

PILLOW CASES 42x36 . a 51c Savannah, Ga. by the end of I lady.Each THE RIGHT POINT for the STEAK lb. 69c /',-,'. ,
the person attending is also i "
Mrs.year.Cauffman introduced i!asked to bring a present for I way you write. Come In and WELCOME. TO ': : t'y

Da River sheets and pillow cases are famous for extraordinary Kay Garbett. June Hardy, I the patients in the Masonic ; select TOOT favorite ESTER- ..4- I

beauty for 'fine quality, greater strength and and Judy Cauffman who assisted !Home.Bobbie Singletary, W. !, BROOK Fountain frwx. TELE- PORK CHOPSLB. .; '

longer wear.. These sturdy sheets have 133 strongly woven Scouts during her with the past the year.new I i'M. I I r.RAPH.- 39c "GRAND OPENING"OF -

threads to the square inch, wider tape'lYages and closely) The ceremony was closed I ta Clause at the base of which

with all scouts singing "Girl J of holly :lot DOUGLAS' MEAT DEPt t
sewn hems. Choose both ,flat t and fitted Dan River muslins Scouts Together." Refreshments I was an arrangement

for gifts and for every bed in your home. were served from a I Steao Notebook, Steno PLACE YOUR ORDER z

table covered with a lace!I Ko-ret Typ Typewriter NOW FOR GRADE A NEXT DOOR TO JACKSON'S MINIT MARKET

cloth over red linen. Center- Pens. Typing Paper. Erasers. 666

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I I rui fM 1 Clothes Overheated In Drier ;original Clarke. Florida in the office and file vf the th"I I .

e i rierk of the Circuit Court on I
I ( ; i yi Wi.w t TO m l1Tfx-GORON 1 1.I
10 1 or before the 13th: day of January .

(I ; RECREATION NEWS\ May Cause .Fires. Chief Warns, i gallons, 1963 of: said otherwise Cumllatnt the nlK will l

, i be tak n a< c.-onff's.J bj you
This notice shall b* publi-h- '
; -- tMtcflUt Fire Chief R. C. [Red] Bu- lon for drying clothes. !' 'ed time each week for four
I I Basketball Free Throw Adult Basketball ford has issued a warning to'i "Some fabrics will flash- [onsrtutl Weeks in the Dr I ,
} Contest There will be a men's bas- Starke residents against catch fire-quicker than oth- ford Dated CountTelegraph.this 10th da>' of Dt."f'mh..r. '.- i

> The Recreation Depart- I It j J keeball organizational meet- clothing fires. resulting! from I ers. But we're all human and ," 1963.Ctiarles i I,

I; I.! ment will sponsor a baske- i ing Thursday, December, 12 automatic dryer "overheating. often think that warnings are '(F.\L) V Darin. !

ball free throw contest De- j 196,3, at 7:30: p. m. at the ,. ." for the other fellow and not Clerk! of the'inuit C"un i i ily I 1.I
1 ; cember 30 and 31. Starke Bowling Lanes. pt 4 ct The Fire Department recently -I us. ." Buford said. .Janet X Carter 1. 1: 4t 1> i"': .

a There will be three divl- I All managers or prospec- .ws sIF rQ JI. received a call from He warned that metal but-

t, sions with first, second, and I tive managers and playersare : ., ''. Carl Lamar Johns after his tons and belt buckles will absorb ;,

third place awards in each I urged to attend. wife brought home a "hot-j more heat than fabrics, i

i 'm division. I Christmas Games ,E ; .UuIt[ box" full of clothes with near : and could possibly ignite !

f,. The breakdown of divisions i jj The Starke Recreation Department disartrous results. clothing if in close contact :
will be has compiled a R Mrs. Johns set the box of i Buford recommended that : I
,,1 j as follows: G
j i r
I tt t 2
C Midget nine through number of Christmas games I., clothes in the spare bedroom'of clothes be separated and allowed -
twelve of j into a small book. These \ their home and shut the ; o "air" before folding art
'f years age. ; :t | I
+;il Juniors thirteen through i books are good for plannin' !. .. ". door. Johns later entered the |! "Clothes should never b* ,
sixteen years of age. j parties for children, teen- -.- -- room and was greeted with crammed into boxes or plastic(

Seniors seventeen yearsof agers or adults. You may ob- Joe and Loyree Cocomise I smoke and a burning box of bags and left for any length '
age and up I. tain one of these books absolutely clothes. of time." he said. : Charley -

; J The contest will be open toi free by coming by :i Bradford Furniture "The house could have! I \ rjVV

any boy or man in Starke I the recreation office and asit I burned down if we had left, EJohnsabout .
.i. i Hack, X bv McCashin, E by The Beautiful
that would like to try hi? for the "Games for Christ or not gone into the room. Hwy 32622As :! :

form. Winners will be determined I mas" book. Home Grown What if a baby were in the the property of the about I I'
Industry named defendant and that on itorsar
J by the number made Bowline rom shut up with all that the 13th . : out of twenty shots for Mid- The Starke Bowling Center smoke?" he asked. at twelve o'llotk noon on said I, this question: i _
.. day, at the above location I I''
gets, best out of thirty shots! and the Recreation Department I."I went back and talked to
I I A "home-spun" industrylocally -people and has an annual will offer for sale and sU to
for" juniors and best out of were pleased with the: owned and operated j payroll of $100,000 to $115-, i the proprietor of the place the highest bidder for .ash in We stopped at a wayside .
I hand the above described
fifty shots for seniors. turnout last Saturday at the I about two miles north of where my wife dried the prll'l I(to eat.
000 The company is "whole.I perly of said defendant Precision
: Full Featured Light Weight
I for instruc-
You may register before Bowling Starke, contributes more than sale only." I clothes and he said it was ject to existing mortgage, to I ,
satisfy said writ of attachment .A delightful wooded retreat Crafted 84 Character Keyboard Pre-set
December 30 or at the time of tions.We $100,000 to Bradford County's Furniture dealers obviously! such a common occuranco 1'. D. Reddish
have 82 registered and i Tabulator Touch Selector Same Perfect
the insurance
contest.. economy I each year. "know" about the factory.. that washeiettes can't buy P. It. Reddish: Sheriff !
:.-:== pr-- the attendance last Saturday "Some people don't even The business has increased for protection against 12: '19 2t 12. :2S! I Later that day i "write" as larger Machines

.. AL: -- I' was 67 boys and girls, C know there is a furniture factory 50 per cent since Joe andLoYl'ee I that kind of fire," Johns said. "01'ICITO IHFIMI A most painful display I I "Special" Price
through 12. Factory our
here," owner Loyree Cocomise bought out The box, containing an assortment i I lu Circuit Court Bradford, Poison Ivy head to
All parents don't forgetto County Florida: In ( hniutrj.Case '. Suggested For Christmas
you :
WILLIAMS !I Cocomise mused. the stockholders four years 1. of shirts, socks, and I i1 :\"u. 13-319 I
out feet!
the youngsters L Price
The Bradford Furniture other clothing evidently I Vierdenna Mae Milliard '
this Saturday morning for ago.With Plaintiffs, Charles James 'I For Trip Accident insur- 9. 6950Plus
Co.. specializing in dinin-j business increasing, caught fire from spontaneous I Hilliard, Defendant ; .
the second of instructions -
series I
JEWELRYREPAIRS I room suites, employs over :30) an 8,000 square foot additionto I combustion due to the hot Defendant I '' I NOTICE TO APPHAUTr
Batam Football the building was added in clothes being compressel together >. Charles Jams Milliard: I III Johns Agency. Sales Tax
I I September, bringing the total Chief Buford said. II li S S. Holland. AS :".2, S2: Division \
I All boys who have not Founding Day New York, X Y.
I building size to 60,000 He added that people C.
v 3-4783142 Charley E. Johns $9.85
I turned in their football equipment I S'I !
WATCHES-DIAMONDS To Be ObservedBy should use the different settings You are hereby notified
do Mon- feet.An
please so by .
I suit for Dnorce has -
of 15 for fabrics such as a Agency
average vans full ny-
I All Work Guaranteed day, Dec. 16. We must have Presbyterians filed against you in the abov,' !
of furniture "roll away" from .named Court and cause and you I Bradford County TelegraphBetty's
the equipment so that it maybe 11n the funowin. PHONE 964-0121
possession ?
A. C. Will lnl the huge building that housesa my are required to serve a copy of
stored until next season. On Dec. 15, the First Presbyterian fascinating operation with t described. personal property your answer or pleading to the 131 S. Walnut St. H I
I toviiH4 complaint on the 1'IaintiffAttorney ..
142 W. Can St. Church will obsene I workers "trained in person"by I V lying: XV of Hwy, Green Green, Green I ..
the 79th 301 find S by Chambers, V bj
Starke, Fla. Esterbrook Cartridge and anniversary of its Mrs. Cocomise. She learnea 1

Fountain Pens $1.95 $.95 founding. As a special attraction the business from the :

: L- J 93.15 at The TELEGRAPH. \ on this day the ground up, and works active

.1! church will recognize all ly in the factory every day. Tt Shoppe

members v ho have had i "I started out sweeping 9 Off.

continuing/ membership in floors hi' this business 15 /

NOTICEI the church for the past 25 years ago," she said.

years. Also, as a part of the Mrs. Cocomise designs th- .

progranp.. there will be a Fellowship furniture with help from her PreChristrnaso

want to take this opportunity to explain to the Dinner at the church I employees, and has taught gO, a SWEATERS e CAR COATS

people that came to the Legion Hall last Saturday I. after' the Morning Worship many of them the processesfor "\
Service. All who attend the I II making the tables, chairs 'L % SKIRTS HOYS SHIRT
night for the Dance and found we were having no dinner are askel to bring a I and hutches herself."I o SLIPS

dance. For some unknown reason the band from I basket lunch. I If spent six weeks teaching' GIRLS SLUE AND PANTS

Jacksonville that was suppose to play for me was f. If weather permits, the din-I I the painters how to spray JIM SETS) SETS
ner will be held ; paint
properly? she
I I said.
detained. I have a band coming from Gainesville otherwise, it will be in the !I Mrs. Cocomise, far from the .. \ .
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Saturday night thats well known and dependable. Fellowship area of the church. I typical picture of a success, I _

Srt give us another chance and join us at the Hall Guests of honor on this i' ful businesswoman actually ,- V -- "Z7'I--,
for what we promise to be day will be the members who runs. the factory from daytoi i .I!
an enjoyable
evening.See have had the 25 year continu- 'I day while her husband Joe is '
you all at the Dance. ing membership, and they on the road selling. I i i

are therefore given a special I She doesn't wear high heels I i\ SAVE DURING I. It ; ;

JIMMY SULLIVAN invitation to attend. This pro- and sit at a desk when she I i iI ',, .. <-,., ....... v ,. .t F 11,1,
gram is sponsored the Men I to "' t, ; rJata .. '
by goes'
work instead she: i ; ..&,. ..! : ,14 t
of the Church. Ray Salazar works attried in slacks work ; :' 1.::
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president. shoes, and the .,. : >. t.;.:
"oldest shirt .it', ;: iMmR'USffi\
.. .O .
I find"" $:'V.$: <>'I:'' ,..
can ,f.jO. ''
1 "I'd go crazy sitting at the \

front desk keeping up with! : ,-* il
the paperwork," she com :, ili i

H. mented."It I II I I

takes 30 different items ;; I i

to make one chair. and I can'' II
look at one and tell how much ,
it costs to make it." j

The factory produces mostly 3 .p. v,,..1) 'r .. I i
Danish Modern styles, but 4cl i.t..o.._" a u4. a,0O1 *

mi also has an Italian Provincial 1

__-i line, They have eight different I ffOW A HomeEntertainment

finishes and varying sty :

FRYERS LB. les. CenterAT
C "We also do special 'runs' I
for dealers who order ; THIS
Smoked a sPec- x
By Piece
ific color," she said. I

BACOJ[ - LB. They have 11 different I !ENgAlOI'lAljWPRIfi
styled tables ahd seven "case- I

Smoked pieces" in stock along with ; ;
eight different chairs-all in I

PICNICS-I LB.SPARERIBSL1 eight different colors.
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I "All of our furniture is sold
before it's made. It's all we
can do'to keep up in the busy I;{ $299.l A I

season," Mrs. Cocomise said. 1 I

:rio 4 Lb.AverageHENS Ninety per cent of the I I \' I
| Bradford Furniture Com .

LB. pany's Florida,products although are furniture sold in is Limited Quantity Act Today 1.,' I,I

White shipped as far away as New 1 V 4W I

York. ape : I,
BACON LB But. 95 cent of the FULL YEAR GUARANTEE' MODEL 23SF10 '" I
ON ALL TUBES AND PARTS 41 23'overall diagonal' moas.. : :
components for the furniture! .' tai sq.ill.picture viewing. area r PManufacturer's
guarantee covers tree I
are bought from out-of-state. i exchange or repair of any component Mahogany Walnut orBlond finishes ong.nuine '\
The furniture is made hardboard and select harrtvd solids. .: ..:
from"hard" proven defective in normal use. : ,
ALLMATSTEW'.LB..59C! wood -ash exclusively Arranged. through sellingdeailn.laberextra. I -"
'E which is bought mostly e TWO 8' SPEAKERS ..'
from the Carolinas, and West DUAL SAPPHIRE STYLI ,
-=.Id : Nand-w ired* chassis I precision crafted ..
iI with modern hand and dip soldering :
V I of high reliability.
RIB STEW LONG: BRIDGE : "Contains many other fine Motorola features. .

- qo COMMUNITY CHURCH .' _'_. __. -"._ (Also available with built-in; FM/AM Radio and FM Stereo. -, .' ". I

WEINERSBOLOGNA- .. Sunday School, 10 a. m. .. .4 L STEREO: SI'E .J r 'q r

) Morning Worship 11 "- ', .:'- ... .... .. .. .. .. '.: .
- a. m. -- ., JJ< ;\ I.
Evening Service 7 p. m. ,

SMOKED SAUSAGE Wilford McCormick pastor. ', r

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Sermon titles for Sunday.
MEAT------- :
Nov. 24: Morning, "The New !

Testament on Tithing," I

[Matt. 23:23]. L"\'eni"'lg-"The ", I I,

End Cut i K& Peacemakers" [Matt.. 5:91: AllTitnthtor.Coci III' !

r: PORKnt'CHOPS Schedule of Regular Services w fwk . Radio ;1
: .Worship--11 tSO r
'PORK CHOPS a. nt., : -40. Transistor chassis means long life, I
? p. m. Sunday School 9:45: &. Clock Radio to ;; f reliability. Visilite softly ltglts the. .
lull and wake you : clock face from teWnd-teU tame in'
m. Training Union 6:15
t : p ". Features Vtrfite to Ut you tell time f the dark! It lulls you to sleep and .1
LB. 39c LB.' 69cOPEN m. Prayer Service, Wednesday g. to the dark. UHi you to steep and MOTOROLAVisilitz -: "w*>es V ou to radio-or buzzer alarm. '; "
7:30: p. IE. 'wakes you with rad.o-or buzzer > Lets you sneak an etra 40 winks,
WA.. Hogan, pastor alarm, Golden Voice 4* speaker ;: ; too tnafi Lazatarm). CX2T-Lhst'i
,, deliversrtspsaued. . a real dock radio! .- _.__ ,iCX27 :.

pl r?xk Dlrl .95 : ,tM-ton Iff* .95
i IBM laf muttt'= 29 CLOCK RADIOS 4 : .. .ft MM*.*<<. $39 .
CLOSE I i \OT1CK OFXvtUe .I.. n..t..s1.1: {
I Is hereby gm>n thai \ .
t. P. D. H *ldM> as Sheriff or 112 E. Call[ Street "
A 7 A. M. 10 P. M. Bradford County. FlorIda by :

_ ; i WE STOCK QUANTITY A COMPUTE RIGHTS LIME RESERVED OFROFRIES rirtur in ilout'dly: and of for a Small Bradford Writ (of'!aims County Execution Cart a-, .:. .DAHMER'S -l'h: D -9G9:1771 I

gainst the real or prntmal, pro. For Free Demonstration
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I i Councilman C. H. [Jack i 1 handcuffs that he 'lost while II I Morgan said school bus from Howard Mott.:;.. meus phone calls, 'are classified day night were reported this '301 south of Starke. Entranceto
III Keystone VoteI Haberstroh 140; Arthur j on. duty Nov. 21. I j: School Board Trustee Referrndum Another bid of the same price ;' as felonies and carry week by the Bradford No arrests Sheriffs'Department have i] the tin warehouse was gained -
F. Mannering, 109; H. L. i| The Council voted to give !i, Supt. Morgan is going; to was submitted by Rev. David i'1 more serious'penalties.two : by twisting the lock off
been made in either case, however :
}t; Ownbey, 95; D. E. I Don] j Police Chief Casper Brune | ask Tallahassee for the pro- T. McGee of the Pentecostal i f the door.
Recount Ordered Pangborn, 84; J. W. Warren,! two weeks sick leave pay, I!i Sets Districts per procedure to use in call- Holiness Church, but Mott's B &.E's connection, 'deputies established reported between or no.
II 110; and Roy E. Watkins.! and voted to reimburse International I' ing an election to see if thaj: bid was received first. I "
;i 116. i Business Ma- I voters still want to retain The board decided to set the i(,[Are Investigated [the two cases.
d.I i [Continued Prom Page 1] ,1 Wiite-in votes for GeorgeiLa I chines a $48 tax return on| Continued Prom Page 1] I school trustees. joint school bus drivers-board'i Thieves apparently suffereda >[bowling The alley culprits by prizing entered open'the RS-SPEED
i they have! i Called an "antiquated" office :, meeting date at its January
property I
Rue totaled 62 for coun- personal
of Christmas
I tinge spirit I the southeast front door with
.' Pratt St. in the Warren Sub
mayor, Beard Member Rodney! meeting. I
candidateswere I leased to Clay Co-op. by i
cilman. Unopposed
; December 7,
i Saturday night ja wrecking bar. The cash they
McGlave said his tally of to division. I Hall, School Trustees now Board members present: it I IMonday's RECAP
Sara D. McDonald, tax They also voted give city '
I I I when stole four fruit cakes
they took from table
came a pool
votes for himself and Beasley collector, 228 votes; ant employees a $5 turkey certi- Morgan wants State approval have no "power" as such. special session(I along with over $300 in checks and pin ball machine but Firestone
: of the site that is located -' under law is E. A. W E. Law- apparently -
\ was different than the James R. Cook tax assessor i, ficate for Christmas. Councilman Their function were: Sapp. from the Merita bread warehouse ,
'' -I nothing else was bothered -
a tion board's count. eIec-1 215. Watkins reported that between Saratoga: : in 0.1''advisory" capacity' son, and Rodney Hall. Absent 500"
and about $30 cash from I said.
i I said his tally showed 149 votes I Heights and Pinehaven subdivisions : with no administrative or1 I members were H. A.I deputies
So, according to election he obtained maps of Key- Starke Bowling Center. i No cash was taken from the Itit 1= ) PremiumRubber
f, for Beasley instead of 147 I board results, Beasley is the stone Airport for use in efforts and three blocks !|' controlling power. Although: Lawson and D. W. Starling. The two illegal entry cases, ':Merita warehouse. back of
t I votes tallied by the election I II new mayor and the three new!' to attract industry. from the county jail. ; they do recommend teachers( both occurring sometime Satur Stallings' Restaurant on U. S. ,
I board. Bradford County can purchase and school principals to the.. f
I Ii councilmen are Haberstroh,Ii Audit ReportA : Lifetime
i "Maybe all the the land for $1,500 an! School Board1 :, Guards PatrolScott's .
i tallies were I Iii incumbent Watkins, and Warren Green Cove Springs Certified \.\.'<111//
wrong. Personally I think I j Public Accounting firm acre from A. J. Thomas Sr.. I 1 School Trustee Chairman ; guarantee
\ we should have another election Other Council Acts | submitted an audit of city Guy Andrews, and W. B.; Charles Hardy is in favor of Health Facts
I ," he added. Councilman Watkins, chairman j transactions for the fiscal Sewell. Morgan eported. eliminating the elected posi-I Home : '1.95
,I Keep Vm Happy of streets and roads. was : year ending Oct. 31. "About 20 acres are available tion of trustee. 1 i J .. > EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW! 600x13 -
I Councilman i ." Morgan said "but how "We have function i -650x13 ..95750x14
Bill Beam entered of no now
asked to help clear right
The audit showed actual :
the word-flurry and' titles to several streetsin many acres we need will depend In the old days, the trustees i [Continued from Page 11 e e. } Countless thousands suffer pain & misery, ---- -
l ; way city income receipts to be 1 7.95
I whether build [ + ryes even die before eir time because:
said "Why make anybody :> Keystone for paving by while on we a used to set the school mill- .
$39,324.88. only $34-
mad? If were going to count;!I Clay County. 000 was estimated. It also junior high school or"an ele- age for each district. Now applicable Chapter: 876.18-It shall be r'J they did not know their insurance policies SOOx14670x16. I- 8.95 -
one set of votes, wh)".not just Chairman Pangborn reported showed that city expenditureswere mentary school there. Bradford County is just one unlawful to place anywhere in ftj1 would pay for Chiropractic care. -- 7.95760x15'
recount them all Morgan estimated it would school millage district. Your has enviable record --
and .keep that Clay County had $5,176.95 over the appropriated big the state exhibit with the Chiropractor an --
everybody happy? This is supposed asked for- the right of way $44,394.18.The take 20 acres for the junior I "It will 'cost the school intention any of intimidating any in restoring health even after all otherDr. 9.95
I to be a friendly town. deeds so a contract for paling value of town propertyand high school and only 10 acres 't board money to hold the I to prevent him from Boiunger methods have failed. : 82-0x-15- 10.95
Let's keep it that way," Beam;! streets in Keystone couldbe would be needed for an ele-I' trustee election in the 17 pre-I doing person any act which is law- : M. E. King M. D. states "The Chiropractor is doing a
I equipment set at
said. obtained. was mentary school. Thought is cincts we're going to ful. work that Medicine cannot do. He belongs in a Exch. Plus Tax .
I The Council then voted 119910. The total liability of being given to making Starke! ," I.
; City The Council decided to ask I a result of re-districting I Ii j Chapter 876.12 Persons class with Specialists." : Whitewalls 1.00 extraTOM'S
unanamously to recount aU Attorney Myron Prevatt if It' the General Fund is $4,879, Elementary into a Junior i Hardy said. j I
held in violation shall b' f Take the short cut to health and see your Chiropractor,
the ballots on Thursday at 8 was necessary to hold a spec- mostly due to a bank note High. Board Member Hall said guilty of misdemeanor and i
a first. The
Bollinger Chiropractic Clinic is located at
I I p. m. ial election to give the land taken out by the city for "We'll take the cheapest that many ,counties had already upon conviction shall be sub- SHELL
: 426 N. Walnut Street Starke Fla. :
r Election Board Count to Clay County. 'way out," Board Member E. abolished the positionof I ,
$4,310 with ject to a fine of not more I
Keystone Bank. :
The Election board tally of The Council voted to reimburse A. Sapp said. trustees. than $500. imprisonment In Starke the Bollinger Chiropractor Health Center : 435 E. Madison
votes cast in the election was: special city police City Clerk Bill Dermody I. "We think it is a good site. Other Action not exceeding or 90 days, ur : is located at 426 N. Walnut St. : Phone 964-8551 -
Major, M. L. Beasley, 147, man Ray Chance for $73 reportel that cash on hand, It's located in-between two I The board voted to accept I II I Insurance Cases Accepted. I
and Charles McGlave, 113; spent on a new gun and for November was over $6,000.:> populated sub-divisions," a bid of $150 for an old both.Threats, such as the anonj- II ITz I
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I Cagers Top Tigers For 3rd Win I Baby Tornadoes !, -. ,

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I SPORTS 1 : Continued From Page One] ,margin to 11 points at one the fourth period. Center John '
Bradford High's Baby Tornado -
0/ !point in the third period but Williams was the only' starter .
i split a pair of
Tornadoes swept the board i cagers
[Lake City narrowed it down to play the entire game and .
last week taking a
i clean. |[again and again as they put was high scorer for the contest games

ir r As Lake City pressed the .i on Coach Land's'cagers. with 24 points. Guard Richard !'squeaker over Green Cove 26-
( pressure
If' '124 last Friday but losing to
Tornadoes defensively the I GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS
Moody Ifd Lake City with Hobbs added 14 points for
., second half and scored the I i 14 points while Ed Moore and Starke, Ernest Jenkins had .Lake City 44-33 Tuesday night.

p -- _net continually with 20 to 30 Bill :Murphy had 13 each., nine. Robert Moody six, and Tim Adams and Emmett Ak- :
foot set shots they cut the ridge paced the Baby Tornadoes
I: 1 I Land's casers! made onlj 27 Donald Falcon two.
to their victory in Green Cove
lead to two points as the I per cent of their shots in the I f Jenkins led the Starke squadin. I
last Friday with 7 points each.
game ended. But Richard :[first half but became more 'accurate rebounding collecting 10 '

( Hobbs was fouled as Tiger :I j I in the second half, hit- !while Williams had eight and |Robert Powell and Dale Crosby I II

players attempted to wrest :ting: 42 per cent. Lake City hit Hobbs and Bishop four. Coach ,:each had three points for the

;, the ball from him when the I 34 per cent both halves. i Land also rave Hobbs credit 1 Tornadoes ana: Paul McLeod. (

buzzer sounded to end the I Commenting on the game for playing a good defensive !Mike Sistrunk, and Steve Til-
(: _game and he sank two free .I[Land said, "Man, you'd better 'jj jgame as well as scoring his 14 ley had two points each. 10 LBS.49C

L shots after the contest ended be good at the foul, line when ]1 points. The Tornadoes held :| In losing to Lake City here
to increase Starke's margu : like
I a team is all over you j Green Cove star John Goolsby
'' .:. to four points. i, four 'I Tuesday night Tim Adams
that. The coach said the game i points.
II : Guards Robert Moody and'.got out of hand and the Tor- j i'to It was the first time the Tor- I paced the Tornadoes with 16! Dowling Produce Market I

I., I 1wc: Hobbs were very effective nadoes' offense was hampered.nadoes had beaten Green Cove i I points. The Tiger's Hewett II

'" against the'Tiger's full courtpi jby the rough housing. in the three years Land has i j paced the win with 25 points. ,.
.l __ ess in the second half as: I Green Cove Game been basketball coach at BHS. 1 .

I ; they demonstrated their dexterity I Against Green Cove last Fri- \

in the art of dribbling. day the Tornadoes built up a

: : ; an almost lost art in higli 20 point lead in the third periodbut

school cage play. the game ended 61-50 as

I Flight wInners in last weekend's Invitational Golf Tournament The Tornadoes widened the !the subs finished the contest in ij

; Jax Pro Sets : (from left) Vernon Silcox, 5th flight; Jim Cltasteen, \

1, 4th; Buddy Bishop, 3rd; Lloyd Watts Jr., championship; Lloyd r _
Watts Sr., 2nd; and Charles Parker, 1st. IRONS :0 Words less, time J5
Course Record I or one }Memorials, Rn.ra oM .__ to per weit

Kappas, and Ken Hutchins, witha Conrad Rehling, Robert Anderson U not paid in advance 1.00 Cards of Tb.ankJ.1: to 54 w*rd. I.M

best ball score of 64. Robert Murphy, and Lloyd and}! WOODS LEAGUES Keyed or Blind Adg 1.00 Over 56 words _ Ie pv will

In Golf TourneyTommy i Second place in the Pro-Am I Watts.In = -""" Each additional word over 20 M Display ads ia awffle ut per IM\ I

'Tourney went to Waycross, the pro division Jenkinswon

Ga. team of Doc Green, with a $100 with his 65; R. L. WFFEE LEAGUEThe I FOR SALE-Hogs for deep! ]FOR SALE-3 bedroom un- ;1 ]Bradford County The Coun.

Jenkins of Jacksonville 65. Rounding out the team Miller of Waycross won $75 freeze Barbecue, 485-2713,1 ''Sj furnished house. Screened j t ty of Planned Srt-ogress stampi

a touring: pro, shot a were Mickey McGowen, Al with a 71; Homer Alley Kate, paced byL. H. H. Mott, phone front and back porches. \$1.14 at Telegraph.NATIONAL .
Flanders. wood'l White with a 375 set, took Brooker. 2tp 1212 ;FRlI ; ]Hardwood floors. I ---- -- -
and Nice
'seven-under-par 65 to break the Tyre Jimmy Starke, won $50 with a j neighborhood "j CHAIN has loca-
Gainesville was third with a 3 points from the Allegroesin j 61 VOLKS Sedan White For M near Shopping Cejj-:
course record at the Starke Doc Green, Waycross $25 with i I \tions for Fried Chicken TakeOut -
J Golf and Country Club last 66, the.team being made up of a 74. I the Thursday morning cof-' Sale Good Condition I i 1 ter. Phone 969-2831. tfp i operations and Drive-in
fee league last week. L. Stern Read The Classifieds!
,Friday, December 6, and walk- low Market Value. Bob Cul- NEW AND USED-Chain !\ 1 Restaurants. Gainesville.
set for
; red off with the $100 prize. was high with a 338 bertson. 137 W. Washington IF YOUR NAME IS I $50.00 up. Repairs all makes i J Starke, and Lake City. For

Lloyd Watts Jr. of the University -Grid BanquetSet the losers.J St. Phone 964-7735. 'FOUND AMONG THE Lawn mowers ules and serI I complete information write \
& M's took all 4 points
vice. Your
of Florida shot a one- : 2tp 12:19: I,'CLASSIFIED McCuHoch Dealer W. R. Cass, State Franchise
from Triest Girls, and theRebels ADS, CALL Florida Saw Co. 19th DrIve! I
under-par 143 to win the 36- : ('rEp \ : Owner. P. O. Box 346 Fern \
took 3 points from the I AT THEOFFICE TELEGRAPH N. East, Gainesville, Flft. 6- !
hole invitational golf tournament E By HOMER WOOD Cool Cats. The 49'ers took :3: For reliable man or woman 3411. tfchg Park J Fla.. or Phone 838-492'
held at the Club Satur- to service customers FOR A FREE 2tchg 12 1:) I
in Starke
Next Thursday, December points from :Mother & Daughter. WILL DO IRONING in my ,
day and Sunday, December 7 19, Bradford High's Tornado ; Full or part time. No invest- TICKET TO THE FLORI. home. Phone 964-7455. Itchg! :FOR SALE-:2 bedroom house.;

,and 8. Watts shot a twounderpar will be honored at the h Tommy Jenkins, one of the Standings Won Lost ment. Write C. R. Ruble, THEATRE. I Redecorated inside and out-

70 in Saturday's opening gridders annual Football Banquet spon- ( touring professionals, broke Alley Katz 24 12 Dept. D-2, P. O. Box 2447, USED SYLVANIA TV for sale Good neighborhood. Eas. I
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round cheap.-l\frs. Lacy Silcox. Call
of play to take a one the record with sizzling
sored by th -'!:)tarke Quarter- course a J & :M's 23 13 1 Memphis, Tennessee. terms. W. H. Nollman._tfchj
stroke lead Jack 969-2851 before 1 m. Itchg
over Roun- p.
back' Club.Speaker'at. seven under par 65 dur- Rebels 21's 14 1h:' 2tp 1219| CHRISTMAS TREES. Red I FOR RENT Adults only,
'tree of Lake City and that was ,ckv5 the tournament last Oscar Ritch }
ing 20 16 Cedar. Fresh cut, or dig your I
the the affair will be Mother & Daugh. FOR RENT-2 bedroom nice- First floor apartment. Living

Jhe way tourney ended. Coach Bubba McGowan, assist- weekend. He, of course, won Triest Girls 17 19 ly furnished house with car- own. All sizes. Marty Payne, FOR SALE .Remington| :room, bedroom, kitchenette
.Roundtree shot a one-under- The last event of the Golf- low honors also the '
71 in ant backfield mentor at Florida : Palatka pro Cool Cats49er's 152 20% port and large utility room. Phone 964-3794, or Steve! Automatic 12 gauge with'polly; 'j''private entrance. TV aerial.
par opening day play. held in
A-Round was $100 cash prize. His team
Ronntree shot oneunderpar State University. The 'banquet 15 21 For' a couple or with an infant Denmark, phone 964-3681. choke. Al condition. 'Prlos I Convenient located. No Pets
a 1 Three ladies from Starke low
team honors
6:30 won $37.50 Allegroes 8 28 child. No 2tchg 12'13 $65. Wm. Fox Lawtey. Fla. 128 N Church St. 1219
35 the last nine is set to begin at : p.m. in pets please. 2tp
on Sunday I participated and two of them each in prizes. .
to Watt's 36 as he began to the BHS cafeteria. Close to I carried home honors. Gertie Jenkins' score card read LADIES TWILIGHT 'I Inquire at 733 N. Thompson FOR RENT 3 rooms and J phone 'l8 -3229. Itp 1 LOST CATSince Nov. 30

put on the pressure. But Watts 300 football players, their McRae won Low Net in A- six birdies, one bogie, ten f St. tfchg bath furnished house. Phone j (OWN YOUR HOME! Noj ;Male solid gray and white.

birdied the last hole on three parents, teachers, and guestsare Flight with a 39. Virginia 1 pars, and one eagle to reach Triest Construction Co.,, INSURANCEAT 964-2261. tfchg i
strokes to Rountree's! 4 to pre- expected to attend, Shannon won Second Low this record mark. paced by B. Sprow with a 504 REDUCED RATES payments. Also houses and; :If f und notify E. S. Sanders.
serve his one stroke lead and according to BHS'Athletic Dir- Net in C-Flight. Congratulations Harold Davis also reachedthe series and high game, took 3 AUTO FIRE BOAT Shetland pony I apartments for rent; 'See W.: :331 N. Myrtle. Up
2% '
ector and Head Coach David. Goodman's Service DOYLE E. CONNER years old. Phone 969- -- -
to win,the points from ttc'hgi'FOR !
tournament.In H. Nollman, Starke.
Hurse. to both of them! I Eagle bracket recently. in the Twilight League this; INSURANCE AGENCY 2151. tfchg,. WOULD' like responsible par-

breaking the course record Ladies from the Green Cove On our No. 6, par 4. 420yardhole. Phone 964-4501 RENT-3 bedroom unfurnished ty to iY.SlO monthly on late
the 1963 week. J. Ellington had highseries I SMALL
Players on grid FURNISHED
last Friday in the Pro-Am Springs Club invited our Association Davis hit his driver and tfchg apart house. Newly painted model Singer Siant-O-Matic
squad which recorded six wins 410 for the losers.N. ment to desirable
to play and have i a No. 3 iron for his Eagle party RENT in console. Balance $169.00.
Tourney Jenkins shot two FOR LEASE -New business inside. Large yard: Screened -
and four losses will receive awards Nelson's' 481 series wa ; FREE. :
month. Due Pay utility bill. 534:
lunch there this I two. Phone Gainesville 372-6364.
under the previous course record for outstanding lineman, high for Gateway in taking :3 J; building' at 224 E. Washington West Madison St. 'I'M front and back porches.,

of 67 set by Starke's Clyde outstanding 'back, sportsmanship to all of the home activities I II I Lloyd Watts Jr. won the points from Sleepy Hollow. N., St.- Space for private offices Itchg I Mrs. E. .J. Dowllnj, '570 Wes.. __ 3ty 12',19WjTHAVE ;,

Terwillegar. Jenkins headed aj, and All-Conference hon- ,I wd had to decline the invita- i 36-hole Invitational with one Garner had high series 417 and L or living quarters. Am- FOR SALE One bedroom (Call St. phone, 964-4621. I! :A.selection t of usedrdngeratcrs.

team of Wally Mizell, Chris:,,ors. tion. We hope we will be ask- r under par 143. Lake City'sstar high game for the losers. ple parking space in rear house trailer. 1963 model. .1tchg, All in working

ed at another time and will Jack Rountree, won second Wells Electric and Stalk C6 -Phone. 964-0013 tfchg Small down payment and (order for $40 up. SLADE GAS
.. be able to go. place honors with an take WANTED to suitable !
over payments. Phone 8.acres: of STARKE tfchf
2 did D &
.. each took points, as : FOR SALE 1952 Packard
:..- ",, .... ._. don't forget thTea' 144. for Starke. ...
r.", >,>: !I. -- Mothers, i even par Dru3'R. 964-6563. Itp building near
-," */"---"/1''q Z7-x.......T.i7<'#"h Z[ v.vv.'" -.y.;''''''''&; '-..,i<;.>.:.V.... .''&% : ;:. this I W Auto and Andrews hunting or fishing car-goodmotor. I !II
lisiiffiv& for Tots to Twelve Flight winners and run- 'rolled a 398 set Ralph W. Martin, 310 W.. Call uAsTt GS'MATTRESS
Broadway $200. Phone 9640101l FOR SALE-5
,k'i room hous3
Sunday, Dec. 15. from 3 to 5 ners-up were as follows: St. Phone 964.0293.. Itpl.i
for Gem Jewelry, and P. Brown]l 964-2294 evenings. ltchg I and 1 acre land, with several !&: UPHOlSTERY WORK
o'clock. You may: bring YOUl'1children I 1st Flight winner, Charles
anytime and leave Parker; runner-up, Pete Prat- had high series 461 for Murr-:, FOR RENT OR SALE 4 bearing pecan trees. Cash or FOR SALE3 bedroom. 2J i 71t Lemon St. Palatk' *

t CHRISTMAS FRUlT.i i them during the two hour ranck. hee Insurance. Each team too room house, bath, hot water terms can be arranged. Located bath, concrete "block house on '! Furniture Repaired,

two points. 4 41 Ja miles west of Starkeoff two lots. Hardwood floors and :
heater closets. 6 miles
period. A Santa Claus helper:: 2nd Flight winner Lloyd Won LostTriest Upholstered .
Standings Brownlee Road. If inter- central heating. Nears South- & Refinished!
South of Starke 301.
on j
will be there and supervised i Watts Sr.; runner-up Joe
Const. 281,2: 15% Phone 964-5801, GarnetS ested call 964-1975. tchg 12.2S: side school. Phone 9649933. MATTRESSES REBUIL1
t' GIFT BOXES I Ii games will be played. See you I Bishop.3rd Gateway 27 17
d 2tp 12i19!
there! Flight winner, Budd/ Starke 66 25 19 Itp j RED CEDARS-In cans and New Innersprings

The next Golf-A-Round Bishop; runner-up, Mike Wil- D & W 23; 04Goodman's REGISTER NOW for Adult in ground large enough for FOR RENT-' 3 bedroom CB and Box SpringsDrop

YOU TAKE YOUR PICK I tcurnament will be in DeLandon lis.4th 23' 20 Evening Classes. Mail course Christmas trees. Priced according -I' unfurnished house on E. [ .
Jan. 16. After the holidays Flight winner, Jim Andrews 21 23 selections to Director. Drawer j to size. Laura St. $50 per mo. in ad- ,

perhaps we can get a good Chasteen; runner-up Barry Wells Elec. 19'2 24% 100. Starke Fla. Apply in per- .i Large fuel oil heater, tank vance. H. V. Knight tfchg j KA 5-5111

t iJ Ship by Fast Railway Express group together to go to De- Firth. Gem Jewelry 191 24}i son, 1:30 to 4:30: pm. USO'I 1 and rack $20.00. J. H. Mc. I t STARKE 964.5934
Richard St. John .
Land. I 5th Flight winner. Vernon Murrhee Ins. 17 27 [rear]. Negro adults contact,.I Eachern, Keystone Heights. ,- -' i JIBS. PEGGT 8HALLEZ.SUrke .

\Tt FAMOUS FLORIDA INDIAN RIVER If -Carolyn E. Eaves I Silcox. Sleepy Hollow 16 28 Prof. Thompkins, RJE High 1 I I 3tchg 1219; TRY DIADAX tablet' ; [Formerly ,. Agent
In of the rather cold, School. tfchg;
S I WANTEDExperienced sec DEX-A-DETr' New,.
& : I damp weather, it was a good TUESDAY LEAGUE I II name same formular only
retary. Shorthand
Insurance Problems? typing
Three Tornadoes tournament and everyone 98c MITCHELL'S DRUG WANTEDTo lease or buy
Coca-Cola bowlers increased I i essential. Write P. O. Box I j'
participating was well pleased. Call] The Man From '! STORE 6 tp i9; acreage for fill dirt pur-
tJ ORANGES I their lead in the Tuesday night tTRAVELERS" 790, Starke. tfchg 'j poses. Will pay cash. Call W.

Homer league to four games by stop. George E. LaRue, COINS BOUGHT FOUND100022 Tire, rim T. [Billy Jackson, 964-4011,

IOn All-League ping Noegel's Auto Sales 4-0 Keystone Heights Agt. For EXCHANGED and tube. Owner may claim Central Truck Lines. itch
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Clyde led Coke u
Terwillegar by identifying. Chester Moody
Travelert Ins. Companies" j I I Pay current market value FOR RENT -Small furnished -
4" '\ Face with a 566 set, while D. A.' I Phpne 473-4840, Keyston*
Tornadoes .
Tel. 473-4692 Day, j l for old coins Indian Head]r rI house on Westmoreland.
bu. Grid squadThree Jones paced Noegels with 520. 47S-4325 Nites. I Pennies Gold Coins Commemoratives .Heights. 2tp 12J19
bu. See Sam Rosenberg. 2tchsr
: 1/2 $2.951 $5.50 i| Lake Geneva and Draw-Tite! I .
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i split for the night, each win I FOR RENT'urnlshed apartment -
2 TeamsAfter : Payment Plan Denver R. Derrick
Can be moved
on ; own
: Tough your
: Three 1963 Tornado gridstat's ning two points. Starke Motor at rear of store. 321
Available D &W Auto :
Supply lot. Phone 9641651. J B
1'u, were selected on the I Parts remained in thIrd placeby N. Temple Are Call 969-2981.
:' j/r'\ Florida Star All-Conference beginning their 1963 stopping Gem Jewelry 3-1. tfchg. 516 E. Brownlee St. .White. 2tchg 1212 tfcht

l Dowling's Produce Market I squad last Saturday, Decem- season on a high note with I Blackwell's Esso held fourth L II 3 HOUSES FOR SALE OR tfeh: FOR SALE: Shade trees; I

| ber 7, at a meeting of the three straight wins Coach Er- place by dropping [oone 'ham' ''I TRADE- Cow in my pasture. Owner flower bushes and. vines.,

1 coaches. win Land's cagers face an Heating 4-0, and Tom's Shetlwon L I 634 N. may have by paying ad and: I Mrs. Dassie Cowart, Heilbronn LAKE GENEVAINDUSTRIES
ymV' I Bradford Coach David acid test this weekend when Cherry; 710 E. Adkins. describing it. C. C. Wynn, Rt.
High 3-1 over Hercules, Food I 919 N1. Thompson Name Springs. 2tchg 12J12: ''I I[
.: j"'': P' ? $?** ':t!. Mt % I Hurse announced that two they meet St. Augustine Friday Fair and Starke Telephone terms your 1 Box 436. 2tp 12112: I''
>" ,, Dec. 13, and Class AA i own and own a home MOBILE
>t > vXvfvVVWH I seniors center Harold Bishop solit 2 and 2. These must be sold before HOUSE FOR RENT 2 bed- HOMES
and tackle Mike Maruca, and Gainesville High Saturday '18th Week Won Losi 1 room unfurnished. Walking FOR SALE AUTO SALES
I 1. Phone
''one junior, offensive guard night, Dec. 14. Coca-Cola 41 11 752-3818 or distance to Post Office. Ready mix ,concrete concrete USED FURNITUREAND
According to Land, St. Au- Lake write Rt. 3 Box 269, Lake block, house piers! sand, .cement -
and defensive signal caller Geneva 37 15 Phone 964-2521. tfchg APPLIANCES
\ City. 2tchg 1219! mortar mix, rock steel!
gustine is expected to bring a ,
Jeff Warren, are the Starke Starke Motor Pts. 33 19Blackwell's
"Always Below :Market
WE BUY PECANSprices Toi shell limerbck roof
crater ,
club to Starke Friday. DRESSES New .
good shipment.All
voted the Esso 32 20
I players places on "
paid. Warehouse in gravel Hnt ls: BRADFORD and CLEAN"
honor squad. The race for the 1963 Florida: Gem Jewelry 26 26 $2.98, Men's Dress Shoes
: 'and ENGR. CO. Phone 854-2521
Waldo Gainesville. OBEY
I "All three are very deserving Star Conference basketball Toms Shell 26 26 $3.98. Ladies and girl's shoes, Impulse
Starke. tfcht
of being named on the crown is expected to go to any Noegels Auto sales 24 28 $1.49. Everything new below Farmer's Mutual Exchange. "Drive a ,Little-Save
of four teams but St. Augustine wholesale cost. Carter Phone Fr. %2-1095 216 N. W.I I Lot "
All-Conference Hurse one Starke Tele. Co. 21 31 Mary a !
100 FT, LOTS for sale. '
FREE I said. "They worked very hard should be right at the jDra\v-Tite Co. 20 32 Paints. 321 N. Temple Ave.i i 10th Ave. Gainesville. tfchtr ing Highwav: 16. Front-I'I Lake Geneva Mobile Homes

I: and all three are leaders II top, the coach says. Land also Food Fair 20 32 2tchg 12:19l'"EW.Y | FOR SALE- Used plywood.5c .i 1651.J. B.' White. 2tchg 1212 and Park

said he doesn't see any reason Hercules 17 sq. ft. Lavatories like new, .
'We'll certainly miss Bishoo! 35 DECORATED furnished 1 ml South of Keystone

and .Maruca next season andwe're why Starke shouldn't have a Mooneyham's, 16 3G apartments. One and $10 each. Medicine cabinets. BE SURE,TO SEE World Book Heights on Hiway 100
good chance at the conferencetitle. two bedrooms., Reasonable. $3 each. Good used lumber before burin any other En-
i mighty glad to have
FREE Jeff back." i MIXED LEAGUE Lights and water furnished. used plumbing supplies. Jack- C1c10 dia. M. A. Payne, your :

r Saturday night the Tornadoes Contact 431 Center St. or son Building Supply, Starke. local representative since 1958
Bishop used his 215 pounds Team Five took three points I P. O. Bor 603 Phone 964-3794 I
will travel to Gainesvilla phone 964-7191 or .964-6551. tfche Complete Plumbing
to stand out both lefense from
on I Register Oil and climbed I tfehfHEYTON
and offense for the Torna- to tackle the always tough hur- into first: place, in the Thurs- tfchg FOR RENT -Partially furnished Installation, &; Repairs
ricanes in what is expected to WANTED Secretary-Sten- 2 bedroom house. All
does. He played 'center on offensive I day Night Mixed League. TOM]I FLORIST 1 Tear Guarantee on New
A be a good game. Land expects ographer. Must be proficient newly painted inside. Easy
Turkey Day and middle guard Salmon: led the winners with a I 119 S. THOMPSON ft.PHONE .
and tackle defensively. Mar- I his Tornadoes to put on a good I 495 set, while Neona Nelsnn I at dictation, typing [electric], walking distance of down 984-4155 Installations

uca also went both ways at j I showing for the Class AA had a 489 for Register. spelling. Neat appearance. accurate town.; Phone 964-2521. tfchg Phone 964-2431 Mte or Day
school. work. Submit letter in NIGHT 564-2831 R Stt-1122
I DRAWINGS EACH .WEDNESDAY AT 8 P. M. tackle and was a mainstayin D & W took four pointc: FOR SALE-Solid rubber tile DISTINCTIVE FI/OWER3 A. L.and 3IERSEREAU
handwriting listing
the Tornado forewall. The i from the Telephone Jetsom 3 8" thick. Beautiful colors.
$1,000 qualifications experienc FItwen Afiyirheritfehi
194 pounder played ferocious. Racing and the Telephone Flintstone Direct from factory at prices
to Drawer 1030, Starke.
WINNERS ly for the Tornadoes at times Check Received took three points from Carps. 3tchg 12'19' you can afford. M. R. Judd, roR SALE 8'x 35 ft. Liberty
While Warren [ 127 Lafayette St. Phone 964-
Douglas started every Standings Won Lost Trailer. Excellent for
Hardy, ; W. W. Ward, Gainesville For Monuments couple.
I game at guard on offense h? ,Team Five 18 10 FOR SALE -Wurlitzer electronic 5951. Call evenings. tfchgA. ,
; Mabel McClellan Lawtey James T. Prevatt Bradford County recivedanother Phone Keystone. Heights 473-
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was especially effective at his D & W Auto Supply 17 11 piano with bench an1 .
C. SLADE Licensed Markers Etc. 731.:
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Jr. Starke $11,000 payment from ,
; Marjorie L. Jones Starke Ewell Law-
; linebacker spot on defense:I Register Oil 16 12 earphones Phone 964-8121
son, Starke and Ralph N. Green Jacksonville. 'i t the race track fund last week. plumber and builder county- CALL Mrs.: D. L. Silcox
and as the team's defensive Carp's 13. 15 after 5 not Sunday 2tp 121S| wide. Three to
| Comptroller Ray Green announced ways save you
COME IN AND SEEImperial signal caller. He is expectedto : i that each of Flori' (Starke Tele. No. 1 13 15 FOR RENT -Pleasant coun- money-by the hour job or G. S. Newcomb Choice: Cedars For Xmas

use his 192 pounds .much. !I da's 67 counties has received j Starke Tele. No. 2 10 18 I try home. Phone 964-8121 contract. Phone Maxville Phone 964-0591 Trees. Pansy, petunias calendula -

advantage for the Tornadoes I $46.000 during the currentyear I after 5, not Sunday. 3tp 12'26 289-4491. 6tp 1:9: Snap Dragon. Alsoib&ryMk

SERVICE next year.Bradford. I '. V. R. Ferguson -
I j which is $6.500 morei -. j WHAT ARE YOU giving OFFICE :MACHINES A Toth :
I High finished in i than the amount received by I I THE RIGHY P01MT for th I them for Christmases? Make CLEANED REPAIRED BCLLINGTOX Raiford Rood north of
a deadlock for last place L APPLIANCES SU/ke. Phone 964-5571. tfch
STATION 11! each during the same periodlast I war TOO write. Cone In and I this Christmas last a lifetime. STARKE TYPEWRITER Good used'refrigerators,
conference standings alon ,
var.i select your favorite ESTER-. Give family World BookEncyclopedia. SERVICE tele-l'
your visions, washers. radios, ZIP CODE STAMPS FOR
Lake City. Palatka took:i
U. S. 301-North \ Starke, Fla. first place with a perfect 4-0 I., in its first year and Live Oak I BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- .- M. A. Payne. Rt. 1, Box 51- Lawtey Guaranteed operaUng SALE AT BRADFORD COUNTY .

r i 1 I record to top the conference i'' was second. I GRAPH. ., phone 964-3794. 2tchg 12i9; J tt i J Uchrl'! TELEGRAPH.

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s HomeDemonstration at the State Farm Club meeting Sunday School. lOa. m. COLOR PACK
t i it iI sx I recently. We have seen, Morning Worship 11 a. m. POLAROID
I also, the one that Mrs. K. B.! Evening Service 7 p. m.- CAMERAJust
I Watterson has growing in her Wilford McCormick pastor.
He Headed For The Woods. I; front yard in Hampton. I I

I I .. NotesBy This is a new version of I In Time
America's favorite Christmas
"One swallow, does not a summer is-cannot speak for the attitudes and tk,, y tlr flower developed by Mr. Ecke !| For Christmas

: make" and the actions of one the intentions of the citizens of Law- Dorothy Ross in California. The brilliant l' <<

one or more malcontents should not tey. It is wholly out of keeping with ; Home Demonstration AgentIn red part of the plant [which! $ MyaX Giving! ..j. .

f': damage the image of a community in opinions voiced' by officials, both before we call the blossom] is mucn >r ,\:*..:- .

I the eyes of the, state and nation. arid after the election, which indicted I smaller than the usual pain- .

Unfortunately, due to the exaggeration they were taking the election of settia and is swirled. The|
our rush' of living and give the gift to please not to leaves also are swirled'in '
I'I, and overstatement of some Robert Scott to their council with com- green The Most
I I., voices among our mass media, such is mendable calmness. The election itself materialistic society, it :s impress. a similar way. Very inter-
hard to keep the real spiritof BANANA CAKE Ad'ancedCamera
esting. They may be grownin
: often the case.LawteY was without incident and described as ,
giving. We become concerned For the holidays Of
or any- pots or in the ground. XJf
and the vast majority of its one of the most orderly in the town'shistory. with making sure that time during the year you will ,course they must be protected In

I law-abiding citizens are no more tot we give a gift of equal value; want to try Mrs. Herbert from the cold. yr F The World '

blame for the incident that occurred All of this is not to say that they to the one which we receive. Speer's Banana Cake. It is! The Ecke ranch in Califor-

there Sunday than was Dallas and its 'were-happy over the situation. It is What is the true spirit of very much like a loaf bread nia produces 90 per cent of 'I? iA II

thousands honorable people for the asking ,too much to expect the tradi- giving? Emerson said, and is not so sweet. all' the poinsettias grown in

: tragic occurrences of last month.Of tions and customs of a century to be "Rings and jewels art not Recipe: 234 cups sugar I1 America.
gifts, but apologies for gifts. sticks butter, [cream well]:
course,- it cannot yet be said with toppled without some qualms and misgivings CHRISTMAS BRIEFSi ABSOLUTELY AUTOMATIC
The only true gift is portion Add 6 tablespoons sour milk I
all but these voiced in To decorate the dining table I
any degree of certainty, but to appearances were a "
buttermilk 3 whole :
of thyself or
,the, crude cross-burning at dignified and philosophical manner and ; egg you might like to use frosted 9 sTPutting COLOR FLASH PICTURES IN 50 SECONDS
I What can we give of our- one at a time [beat well] : 2%
the home of who had been with clearly expressed wish and belief grapesTo frost grapes beat
Negro j just a -
a selves love patience, understanding cups flour; I1:-2 teaspoonssoda b BLACK AND WHITE IN 10 SECONDS
until Cover
egg whites frothy.
j elected to the Lawtey City Council had that there would be no "trouble. cooperation, tol- ; pinch salt, [sift together Winter
grapes with the beaten eg? Off
no official connection with the organization That is why we feel confident the erance, time, respect, wisdom, ]; 1 tablespoons vanilla whites and then sprinkle CAN YOU BELIEVE IT?
J that is often associated with incident of' last Sunday did not truly knowledge, acts of kindness. ; 1% cups bananas mashed them with powdered sugar.A ,

crossburning in. the public mind-the reflect the attitudes or the desires of a The best gift to give is one and heaping]; \Vy cups nub never-empty fruit bowl EI Transistorized Electronic Shutter reads the

I Ku Klux Klan. vast majority of the citizens of Lawtey. that involves something you [if desired]. encourages family members light and sets exposure for color automatically

All of this is pure speculation, of When the true story is finally told- do for others a special let- they Combine come above.ingredients Bake at 325.as to nibble healthful fresh Dcn't gets wait until ut the at little midnightto woman DURING THE ACTUAL FLASH of a flash

: course, and we could be dead wrong, we believe the' deed will be shownto ter of appreciation to your degrees for Hi hours. l fruits during the holiday close out you(lose cold winter bulb!

; as we have been many times be/ore. be the act of a misguided individual parents, your children, your Bake in greased and wax Between meals, fruits are not draft. Fix yourself some low- Takes black and white without flash or wink

1 However, this is how the Lawtey incident -with' or without a companion or two husband how much or they wife have telling meantto them paper lined tube or oblong too filling yet they supply a coi: storm v-iadows out of light if there's enough light to read by.
to From the ...4ind no more representative of Law- pan. Looser sides around cake wealth of nutrients along warp's FLLXOLASS.: it'seary
,, appears us. meagre you through the years. and loosen bottom. Turn with their good flavors. And Jut cut with shears I Shutter speeds faster than l/1000th second in
evidence left behind the culprits- tey than Lee 'Harvey Oswald was of out
Give a loaf of your favorite frames.
on cake cooler and let stand they're a welcome contrast to tsol over icrcero or bright sun with black and white.
after hurriedly placing the cross- Dallas. homemade bread, or your until I rich seasonal foods. Y..u'll l>e snug ar.d warm all
,, took off down an unused road, on foot, Subsequent threating phone calls to best cookies or jams that you To freeze, in Cheeses are convenient ta winter lv>ng end cave up to 40% FASTER LOADING LIGHTER WEIGHT

in the direction of a wooded area, apparently Scott have an even more serious import have made to a friend. i waxed freezer wrap paper or heavy alum- serve at any hour. To get the en f rl c!'sta.FLEX-O-GLASS Warp's genuine, COME: IN AND TRY IT OUTBULLINGTOWS

with as much fear at heart as than the incident of the cross- We also buy gifts for family inum foil, seal label date and fullbodiedextra "zippy" lsss crystal-clear:for rs at a fraction the !
to in the heart of itself. The citizensof and friends. Think of what flavor from most cheeses, serve yc
they hoped implant burning law-abiding place in freezer next to coils. cost of gh o;. Only Bit a square
the councilman-elect. The haste at leaving Lawtey and the entire county await your family'and friends like. To serve, thaw in wrapper at : at room temperature. Re- yard at your local hardware ort
is indicated by footprints which the r cults of a complete and thorough what their hobbies are and room temperature. move the amount you want','I hC'.b r dcder.

show one stumbled and lost his cap, investigation of this incident, with the give For'accordingly the nature .lover-Bird- NEW POINSETTIA to use from the before refrigeratorat I II I 104 WEST CALL ST.
Have least one hour serv- I ,
one of the few clues left behind.If hope that all of those involved-wheth- I.feeding station bird bath, slz 1 you seen the new ing. I!I --

this interpretation is true, cer- er one or more-will be brought to _months___ Hn_ supply. of wild bird -

tainly the incident-deplorable as it justice. seed.For ..,-'
those who like to read 7
-Books. a subscription to a ;> : ... "

: magazine or membership in .
I Death By MailOrderAttorney a book club. 1
For the gardener membership STORE

,General Robert F. Ken- -fleet public indignation over the tragic in a "Flowers of the i Yg :
Month Plana bag of fertilizer
nedy, speaking through: Justice Depart- scandal'in mail-order guns that is now .' '"
a load of pine straw, a i jshrub.
ment lawyers, has urged Congress, to 'shared'' by this nation and' the world i

outlaw mail-order guns such as the lnf' 'general. President. ,Kennedy's assassination For the kitchen lover-Collection ![

one used to,assassinate i his brother, the. i by just such a'gun, imported of spices, unusual .
President. '''from Italy, has brought renewed revulsion cipes, pretty 'aprons \ t

This proposal if adopted, 'would to this traffic in potential made. I ESTABLISHED 1404 R A [fJ u YOUR CREDIT

constitute the most restrictive fireannslegisa'tion'in death. Whether you buy or make '1 B (} "m; MIb tf\\j aR A5E
) 30 years-perhaps :in the Federal control over the interstate 1I I .

nation's, history. For.' the shocking fact movement of firearms today is regarded days. : Our full:carload and. fruckbad: purchases, earning YOUR
is that the 'Unit 'd States today exercises ( ,by' authorities 'as practically* non- '. us major discounts tnebles'us, to 'offer .' CREDIT 0

less control'pyer: ,tfoourchase and; e"ci" i existent'The.pnly ;, h.ic1must. The age of 85- is an old these cus.I limen chain..: at tremendous mxiaa s lo 'our '!<.:- fiG COM ORT IS ... ".-., ..,.''. .'. .

ownership of guns'than any other major be Registered with the government, under ,one, even.today when: people ,r . GOOD,
country* in the world. '*-' ". xthe"'National'FirearmCAct are'subject are' longer ,than they did in I -a A SMALLDEPOSIT[

country inthe'world.: '! .to'tax. The l law specifically i excludes years past. But can you imagine ,.

If Congress, which has been consid- pistols) revolvers, and rifles from this a person' of that age I l WILL

ering similar legislation for years, finally regulation. being survived by his mother I YOURPURCHASE
fig HOLD
adopts the Justice Department ':'While- manufacturers and dealers It happened recently over j
at Providence, when Jesse J-1 rn
proposals, the shipment of mail-order are' required to' keep records of the Bielling 85 died and one of I

; guns would be permitted only between original.purchasers-normally the re- his,survivors was his mother, '; RECLINE v, LOUNGE
licensed dealers and manufacturers. It i1er-there is no record as to where Mrs. ,Mary S. Bielling, who is '

I would put an end to the scandalous the) ',weapon goes thereafter, as far as 105! 1'.1 KING SIZE .

mail-order"gun business, whereby any the federal government is concerned/ I,I PILLOW-BACK RECLINERS TV RECLINER

teen-ager can clip a coupon from a Consequently, control and regulation of The 10 per cent cut in tobacco .Moulded Foam Back .-
comic magazine and receive a deadly firearms is left mainly to the statesf :;: allotments is a severe -' u All the comfort you, need. Has foe; 6 Foam Padded Seat '
blow to who alreadyhad I \ padded arms, seat nd foot ret. r WE FINANCE
without'his parents' knowledgeor whose' laws widely. Few impose growers Covers +-
weapon vary 1 t 1_. Nylon and p-ostic or aft over i
with cleanploitie 'f'
small allotments. To I .
consent: effective restrictions with respect to only "' ;t easy f OUR OWNACCOUNTS
I Plyhyde plost C covers trim.
Upping the license fee and requir- ownership or sale of guns. our way of thinking it would 'Ltr,rt ) Many popular colors
have been better to make the r \
that dealer be genuine dealer If feel do Ameri- ,
ing a a you as so many cut on larger allotments only
as the proposed, law provides, would cans, that the time has come for [say above 10 acres], as 1 e. 4 IX
eliminate a gaping loophole in the pres- stricter regulations on the purchase growers with small acreages : J r C ,

ent law which permits almost anyoneto and ownership of guns-and especially have little enough as it is. : .
become a dealer simply by paying a mail-order guns-the time is ripe to let e I

dollar for a license. In many cases, juveniles your wishes be known to Congress, And speaking of tobacco, \ I

and even former convicts have while the tragedy in Dallas is still growers are already busy fix- \ NO FUSS-
become such "dealers" overnight, flash- fresh 'in the Nation's conscience. If a ing up land for seedbeds, and I' t :

ing a firearms license as authority for stricter law stops the sale of even one some they time will during plant the seed.holidays All- i l'' I .wu + NO BOTHER-

possessing' and transporting assorted mail order gun, it might mean the sav- of which makes for a very I, I Ild, w .d. NO RED TAPE
weapons, i i ing of a life-possibly the life of an- busy life for some farmers I

The new law's recommendations re- other President. who have both berries and

tobacco. /
S eWe I .

enjoyed a visit this n

... ,. ... .. -_ week by Alice's nephew. Gen -v3&- \
.1>1' W U'.n .IIL '.I.un '.1 WI 'says he has $800 invested in
1I I Whitenack who is now a OPEN ANACCOUNT '
1I I plastic mulching. S alone. Torpedoman 3c| stationed at t
Farmer's Diary I the Navy Base in Key West. = '
\ ,R $ DaNn $g Down I ;
i Enjoyed a visit this week at When we last saw him about '-"' ltrr Deh..n t 4) Delivers '' 515 CSCs.aeorc -
the farm of Lonzie Norman WATt N .TOD A'! '
eight years ago, he was a boy; Y'ek '
I Pcy Only $1.25 + r.1 Only $1.25 a Week I : :
BT ,SUB McGarrey along with County Agent 1 today he s 6-1 and weighs JO=.o,"' ""-: _-.r t. .r < ,
I' I I George Huggins and his new 183.: and we hardly recognizedhim
"few" I i assistant.. ,Bobby Lee Taylor. ,in his Texas hat and tar. .
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he has only a plants 1
:Mr Norman has one of th5 I boots, .
this year, but it.turns,o t,he!, prettiest farms in Bradford DELUXE

has 35,000 and that's. fair- County. He specializes todayin City elections in Lawtey, SWIVEL ROCKERS ,/ 11Je.RECLfflERPUlt .
sized planting. raising greens and sells all Keystone Heights and Wal- K ..:f
S S he raises at his place. week EXTRA LARGE ,
I do during the past caus- I' FOAM
Today berry growing get- I ed a lot of interest, and all SWIVEL ROCKER CONSTRUCTIONVINEIIE ..
ting to be a big business. Incidentally when George will be Quiet on the political HAS

Years ago a family set out a Huggins bought some pecans: front until after the holidays, Comfortable Diamond ruunc .
From all. reports, the berry planting from a "runner"patch from him. :Mr. Norman got But soon after New Year's I! t Buttoned Fillow Back Your'

crop is coming along fine. or from "wring-outs", out an old "cotton" scale and Day there will be a lot ol I i '- loose T-Foom Cushion
Troy Bennett. Harold Nor- did all the work themselves weighed up the nuts. We are hats tossed into the ring ir j; s All Over Soft Tcwdi
man, Ned Coleman, and J. B. including the mulching with sure that a lot of folks around county and state contests. I Vinyl flosfit r
Gaskins among others say wild hay or' pine straw, and here can remember seeing the S .. I '" 100% Nylon Fritz : ,
that the berries are growingwell. had little actual cash involv- "cotton" scale back in the oU In the meantime though,:1 ; Clio Ice. .

J. B. for instance said ed': This year, Troy Bennett well be busy getting our: i 95ffr ,
home decorated for the half. ,

days and this year we worn ,
have to scout the woods fo: ,
Colors t .r
Christmas, berries. Last year Toast Tangerine *j De wn :o
4 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH while hunting: for a Christ O Tun, -Gold Oliv. jUOowtk
mas tree :on our place. wi Blue- Coral OTon ) 195
cwt ESTABLISHED 1879 found a bush of the berriej; ;
N' K. L. MATTHEWs, EDITOR AND PuaLJSMD [sometimes caned-Sennie ber 0 IUXUIJOUS NEW'DIMENSJON IrCU":!

0 a y des],'so we wpn't have to 'Gebb F f Jj
C/ t>KI FLORIDA' OLDMT WttKLY NCWWAK FUWJiHED COM.TiNUOUttY search for them this year. I 5 urnl ure Each' 1 I
dl .
Alice likes our little carthe ,
128 S. Walnut Old Park Theatre Bldg. '
: orrici* AT STARK FLA.' Puddle-Jumper. She ha 4
trouble getting it into re verse
IN TRADE AREA -, ONH TEAR $3.50 - SIX MONTHS $2.00 gear. when parked in Stark A 1 aesir 97x1Pj K77-T
OUTSIDE TRADE ARE.QNj TEAR 4.00' c SIX MONTHS $%.25. j / / / M gr.6itnt >
she just oui t Oood. *
recently so got t.wll MoviNcui
.- .. 1 juwtiojui ITAUAM rtovmau
and pushed it back with nc 0 II

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;NEW RIVER BAPTIST (r District Xo. 3. Theresna, Commissioner District J Section 30, TOwnship 5, South, Starke thence run north along: Commencing at the intersection I Bradford-Alachua county line. taming to the publication of
CHURCH MRS. JESSIE CHASTAIX No. 4-Hampton. I Range 21 East and the Brad the easterly boundary of the of State Road 100 and the thence run easterly along the the changes and revisions as
: Commissioner District Xo. 4. Election Precinct No. 11. ford-Union county line (New. Cit"- of. Starke to, its intersection county graded road known as Hradford-Alachuii county lineto reflected by this resolution and
I RUSSELL H. OREEX Commissioner Hampton, Commissioner Dis- River) tht-ncfe run south along- with Alligator Canal, the Menu's Dairy Road. thtncB the. west line of S ction. 33, approved by, this. Board THAT,
., tni9i- Sol 18* m. -' District-. 5. rict" No. 4.Hainpt'ori.Election said sectIon line and extension thence run along the westerly run southeasterly along State Township 7 South Range 21 a certified copy of this resolution -
I4wn) ,, George R 'btrt. Coinniission- Precinct No. 12, Lincoln thereof to State Road 100. course' of Alligator Canal to Road 100 to its intersectionwith East thence run north along be transmitted to the
1 a m er. District offered and City, Commissioner District !hencerun southeasterly along the southeast corner of Lot State Road IS. thence run said section line, and extension Bradford County Telegraph.
( I Unn, 6:30: p.mE- moved the aloption of the above Xo. Hampton.. State Road 100 to its intersection Eight (8) Ulanding SubDivision easterly and southerly, following thereof, to State Road 1$. theuc Starke, Florida, for publication
( pan.. entitled resolution following Election precinct No. ISA. with Pratt Street, thence thence run westerly .ong the snuth*>rmost right-of- run northeasterly along. State 'I therein. In its issues of Dccciii-
n 1:30 M. herewith: Lowell Commissioner DistrictNo. run north and east on Pratt the south line of Lot Eight way of State Road IS. to Its Road 13 to State Road %1:. bet 12 1SS3..December IS, 19b3.Deeemnter .
Prayer Service, Wednesday WHHEA at the regular 5 5Brooker. Street to its intersection with (8) Blanding Sub-Division to Intersection with the Bradford- continuing northeasterly on I 26,V. 1963. and the

':7, jun. EI'we1m meeting of this Board of, County Election Precinct No. 13B, Orange Street, thence run southon the intersection of Jackson ned Clay county line, thence run State Road 225 to its inter- final publication to appear in
: '. CommlslIonEf held on Monday Graham Commissioner DistrictNo. Orange Street to its intersectIon St. Clair Streets.continuing south along t Bradford-Clay tion with State Road 223, the issue of January 2. 1S64.
I November 4. 1963. Charles Brooker.. with Call Street. thence westerly along Jal.'k'ontrtl't county line to the Putnam thence run northwesterly on 4. THAT, a certified copy of
Hardy. {he duly authorized: Election Precinct No. }4. run easterly along Call Streetto to its intersection with the Seaboard county line thence run west State Road 225 to its intersection. this resolution be transmitted
OTfE' OP INTKXTIOXSTo consultant to and for this Sampson. Commissioner Diawict Ressant Road thence run Airline- Railroad. thencerun 'along the Putnam county line with the Seaboard Airline to Honorable p. W. Starting
l FICTITICl'S Board, presented for the ap No. 5- east along Bo8sant'Road to the northerly along the Sea to the Bradford-AJachua county Railroad the said point of be- Chairman, Board of Public Instruction
*:. AAMK proval of this Jody A plan to Election Prtoinct No. ISA, easterly boundary of the City w.a.rdlrliM Railroad to its line, thence run northerly and ginning Bradford County,
"Xotlc6: Is hereby given that1undrrIgned ub.divldt each of the Counts Brooker Commissioner District of Stark* thence run north along intersection with Adkins*. street westerly along the Bradford- Election Precinct No. 14 Lawtey. Florida, and to Honorable -
under the provision Commissioner Districts of Brad N'ft. 5 Brooker. the boundary of thence run westerly along- 'Ad-e Alachua county line to UP in. IlIw..ua: Harmon I" Morgan. Super
of Chapter 20.953. Laws ford, County, Florida into three Election Precinct No. 15B, the City of Starke toits inter- kins Street to its intersectionwith tersection with the Wt'vt line Commencing at the point of intendent of Public Instruction,
it.'. rWa. Acts of 14. will (3) election' precincts for each New River Commissioner District Aotion with Alligator Canal. State Road 200 (Temple of Section 2*. Township 8 intersection of the Seaboard and ex-officio Secretary, Board
thence follow the
1t slt-tri'' with- the the I of the said districts In requesting No. Brooker.. westerly courseof Avenue), thence run northerly South, Range 22 East thence Airline Railroad and the west of Public Instruction, Bradford
Clri-nlt Qourt, In and for Brad ,' the Board's approval EXHIBIT XO. 4 Alligator Canal to the alltg.8tate. Road 200 (Temple run north along paid section line of Range 21 East, thence County, Starke. Florida, for
tQrd (out), Florida upon re- I' of this precinct pan, Mr. Hardy Map of the City of Starke. east corner of Lot nGttn-1 Avenue) to its intersectionwith line and extension thereof to run northeasterly along the any appropriate action that the
publication of specifically txdude the boundaries Bradford County. Florida dated BlandiiiK Sub-Division, State Road 16 (Brownlee State Road IS. thence run westerly g",4J..ourQ1.11116 Railroad ta Board of Public Instruction
(tlpi prpt'ot, fictitious name of ech the precincts 1(0!) as compiled by Merrill (<. run' westerly along the north Street, thence run easterly along State Road 13 to its its intersection with Epperson may determine to make in compliance -
within the city limits of Starke line of Lot Nine (9) Hlanding' along State Road 16 (Brownlee intersection with the
of'M.odarn: Products Co., under McMillan. Registered Land Sur with the county Road thencerun north on Ep provisions
wm are engaged in busl- Florida. Whereupon this pUn. WYr0.. 391 to pictorially Sub-division to the intersectionof Street to its intersection with I graded road beginning in Section person. Road to it3 intersection and the conditions of Chapter
1h O. Box 808. Starke was approved with the followr indicate. and to extend the Jackson and St. CJair the Seaboard Airline Railroad' 28. Township 7 South with Francis Street, thencerun 230 Section 230.061. Florid
n 1. Ins exceptions noted! Streets continuing westerly along thence run northerly along the Range 22 Statutes
fJ boundaries of. certain election East, thence run westerly along Francis pertaining to the
rid 1. That ths recommended precincts within the city limits Jackson Street to the Seaboard Seaboard Airline Railroad to.. northerly along said graded Street to its intersection with County School Board Member
"n. j'C. Henderson and C. p.Woriton. Election Precinct 13 of Cmmis of Starke Florida and to provide Airline' Railroad thenearun thenorth line of Township 6 I road to its intersection with j Pratt Street thence run west Residence Districts.
V. O. Box 8$8, j siont-r District No. 5, be further the detail nut otherwise northerly along the Sea- South. thence run east along theYf'ng'JI Dairy Road thenoenm and south on Pratt Street to 5. To effect the orderly regis
Starve..' \.orida.. sub-divided into Election Precinct indicated on or by Exhibit No. board Airline Railroad to its the north Jijie of Township 6 east along theMenu's State Road 100, thence run tration of the qualified electors
'-1lt': $ .tbl day of Decem '13-A and Election Precinct 3. Th Election Precincts so intersection with Adkins Street, South, to Bradford-Clay Dairy Road to its Intersectionwith northwesterly along State Roai of Bradford County, Florida -
tr. ? lf)63) at Starke. 13-B. This to be accomplished extended within the city limits thence run westerly along Ad- county line thence run south State Road 100. the said. 100 to its intersection with the and to comply with th v requirements -
rdfcfd County, Florida. establishing of Starke, Florida, are as follows kind Street to its intersectionwith along the Bradford-Clay county point of beginning. west line of Range 21 East of Chapter 97, Section
;...1 < 12,1 4t 12.2SV State Road 225)from its inter : State Road 200 (Temple line to the southernmost right- Kleellon Precinct Xo. 11HaniitOBI thence run south along; the 97.091 Florida Statutes
'.\ ,.- section with the Seaboard Election Precinct No. 3, Avenue). thence ran northerly of way of State Road IS.the. west line of Range 21 East to pertaining to lie residence
;' Railroad to Its inter Crawford, Commissioner District I along State Road 200 (Temple said point of beginning.In Commencing the point of its intersection with the Seaboard qualifications of ejector and
la.;The Court Of The County Alrlnl with State Road 2!. a No. Lawtey.. Avenue) to Jo'ar7tlt't8Iarktt Compliance With the Provisions intersection of the west Hue of Airline Railroad the the election precinct in which
-. \ ; County, trti.n dl\isiona' boundary there Election Precinct Xo. 4, Road thence run westerly a- Of Chapter 124. Florida Section 2!. Township 8 South, said point of beginning residence is maintained THAT.
.Ja'll 1 Ora"f.,4 for. Legion Hall. Commissioner District ,longFarmers Market Road to Statutes CountCummi"sioner Range 22 East and' the Brail Election Precinct No. 13-A- a certified copy of this resolution -
LIuIfL PI4Nte. State Road, IK, thence run District Xo. 3 Blanding., Is ford-AIachua be tranomitted .
2 line to Mr
2. the boundary of Xo. -Kayless.Election county Hrooker |
of J. J. F. Brannen.
,,1 r#:Estate; Tha north Vf'sterlyalong State Road further sub-divided Into three Je-neva M.
thence north Supervisor of
Commissioner District Precinct No. 5. run along sat
Commencing at the ofconvet"gt"nt'e
Jesse J. County point
.Irwwl a Xo. 4)be ( from State Pleasant GroCommissionl'r 18 to the Bradford-Union county (3) election precincts as follows section line and extension of the Bradford. Registration, Bradford County
nTfnun. 4-ofraatd. Road 100 tl hangi thf southernmost District Xo. 2-Hayemo'! line (New River), thencerun : thereof, to State Road 18, Union county line (New River) Starke. Florida whereby no
nd Persons
\ C.titorl right-of-way of Statl Road 18 Election Precinct No. 7. Re southwesterly along the Election Precinct No. 7 thence run- westerly along State and the Bradford-Alachua further delay will be experienced
n4yli or Demands to the: east line Bradford no. Commissioner District Xo IWadtordlnionullty line to Reno Road 18 to its Intersection wltn county line (Santa Fe Riverj I in properly registering
't.. -Said KataU: County, .Florida and that the 'Blanding.. the. west line of Station 3"). Election Precinct No. v?-Sea- the county graded road beginning thence run northeasterly along the electors of Bradford County
Ym: and each of you are Township & South, Range 21 board. in the revived election
District linen of County Com Election Precinct No. 8 Seaboard in Section 28. Township the Bradford-Union counts- line precincts
Y" .notified and required District JaJlt. the said point of begin Election Precinct No. 9 Key- 7 South 22 as herein provided this
htf missioner District Xo. 3 and i Commissioner Range East, thencerun to the west line of Section 21. by re-
< pr.itll'any claims and de- County Commissioner District No. Blanding.. nln I't6 ne. northerly along; said graded Township S South, Range 20 solution.
111nd!- ( you, or either ofyoI4ay Xo. 4 be changed to conform I Election Precinct No. 9. Key In Compliance With The Provisions the said precincts being road to its intersection with Eaet.thence run south along, 6. THAT a certified cony of
'have against the e-- thereto. stone Commissioner District Of Chapter 124, Florida whoUy confined within the : Meng's Dairy Road. thence run said "section line and extension thisresolution be transmitted
a tat .qf-J.. J, F- Brannen also WHEREAS at a special { Xo. Blanding.. Statutes, County Commissioner boundaries of County Commissioner westerly along Meng'a Dairy thereof to th<* south lineIf to Honorable Warren M. Good
'aJfI, de- ed meeting.held by the al-I I Election Precinct No. 12. Lin- District No: 2 Haylees, is further District Xo. 3, and the Road to its intersection with Township 6 South, thence run rich, IVmocratlc Stats Chairman
ceuedu '}at of **id County, to County Commissioner on Wed. coln City. Commissioner District eub-Iividcd into three (3) boundaries for each are herewith State Road 221 thence run east along: the south line of Democratic Executive
taledtliY\ Judge of Bradfordrjda nesday. November 6. 1963, two No. 4-Hampton.. election nrecincte an follows: separately described: northwesterly along State Road Township G South to the west Committee of Florida, Post-
at his office (2) additional changes were I Election Precinct No. ISA, Election Precinct Xo. i- Election Precinct No. 1- 221 to its intersection with i line of Range 21 East thencerun office Drawer 1520, Bradenton,
Ifi/'tn( C2\rt. house of paidCtjifntu made by this Board to the precinct Rowell. Commissioner DistrictNo. Legion Hall. It coo: State Road 200 (US S'!). thence i south along the west lin< Florida,. and to Honorable U I}.
'Stark*. Florida plan previously approvedon Brooker.. Election PreclntQ.. 5- Commencing at the point of run northerly along State Road I of Range 21 East to the Brad Futch, Chairman, Bradford'
wtlhiptlx! calendar months November 4th. up to. hut Election Precinct No. 14. Pleasant Grove teraction, of the north line 200 (US SOI to its intersectionwith ford-Alachua county line. County Democratic Ksecutly
'(r niis-tJme ut the first pub- not including the precinct Sampson Commissioner District Elation l'nclnct0.. 6- of Township 6 South ami the State Road 227 thencerun thence run northwesterly along Committee, P. O. Box 806,
nc ,ii'B) ,or. tUii' notice. Each boundaries within the city No' 5Brooker.TItEREFOlU. Vanderbilt. Seaboard Airline Railroad. westerly and southerly the BrArtford-Alachua county I Starke, Florida for their guidance (-
pHltil'd' or 'flrmand shall be in limits of Starke. Florida. The BE IT RE. . the said precincts being thence run southerly along the along State Road, 227 to State, line to its convergence with and use in HcrompU.sntnif
VlW8V and shall, state the two (2) changes made ai SOLVED by this body The wholly confined within the Seaboard Airline Railroad to it? Road 18, continuing westerly Bradford-Union county line, the neeessarr changes that MH
l>]atfdof residence: and post of- this meeting were as follows: Board of County Commissioners boundaries t>f County Commissioner :intersection with State Road and southerly on State the said point of beginning. be required to be made aa a. result
;toft'ind address' of the claimant 1. That the easterly boundary of the County of Bradford District Xo. 2, and the 1! (Brownlee Street). thence Road 18 to its intersection with Election Precinct Xo. 15-B- of the re-districtiinr of
#h&li te 'sworn to by: the Precinct 13-B of County State of Florida in a regular boundaries for each are herewith run easterly along State Road tile'I'f1t line of Section! 2S. New ItltrrsCommencing Bradford County, Florida und
Commissioner District Xu. 5 be meeting duly assembled, do separately described: 16 to Intersection with the Township. 7 South, Range :21 to comply with Urn- provision
!m nt.hl: agent or attorney.uch shifted from State Road 225 herewith accept and approve KUetlon Prei limit :'0. 4-l.ejtlon Bradford-Clay county line East thence run south along at the point ofi and conditions of Chapter IOC.Iorida .
a1 a t "c'aim' or demand and then to run from the Brad Exhibit Xo. 1 and Exhibit Xo. Bath thence run north along the said section line and extension intersection of the west line of I ? Statutes, generally and
', tledhl be voId f.rdlal'hua county line north 2, as applying to the redistricting Commencing at the intersection Bradford-Clay county line to thereof to the BradfordrAla- Range 21 East and the Brad for the local application of the
IV::'j>l. the line of of the Commissioner chua line thence ford-Union county line (Newulcer trovisionn ofSection 103.U1
along went Sections County of Staff Road 16 and ttu the north line of Township 6 county run ,
Je fJeMay Brannen as ESKCUtrlt 23 and 2$, Tuwnshlp 1 South Districts of Bradford county graded road known as South thence run west alonE outherly and easterly along ). thence run south to the Florida Statutes.
of, |hb Last Will and Testa- Kane; 21 East to State Road County Florida, and that Exhibit the Morgan road, thence run the north line of Township 8 the Brudford-Alachua county north line of Township 7 South. Certificate Of fts'c nuuendptlo*
ment"of J. J. F. Brannen. also1nWf'u Xo. 18. Xo. 3 and Exhibit No. 4. southeasterly along State Road South to its intersection with line to the wet line of Section thence run west four miles to Andipproai
Je &e J. Brannen. 2. That the Election Precinct as applying to the subdivisionof 16 to Farmers Market Road the Seaboard Airline Railroad, 2%, Township 8 South, Range- the west lin, of Section 33. Supervisor Of RegbstraIoa,
} December 5, formerly known as No. 7-New each of the County Commissioner thence run easterly along Farmers : the said point of beginning. 2! East the said point of b 1&3 River be re-established and Districts into Election Market Road to State Election PreHnct N'o. 8-Sen- East, thence run north along f. Jeneva M. Flynn. Super
W.' F. "Betls.Holland re-numbered as Election'Pre- Precincts therefor be likewise Road 200 (Temple Avenue), board Election Precinct N'o. 1- said section line, and extension visor of Registration, Bradford
Bevis I Smith, cinct Xo. IS-R-New River and accepted and approved and in thence run southerly along Commencing at the intersection Lincoln CitytCommencing thereof to the BradfordUnioncounty County, Florida, do hereby
} atto', Florida that portion of the precinct conformance therewith that the State Road 200 (Temple Ave of State Road 16 (Brown- at the intersection line (New River), thencerun eertif that after due-and dill-
Attorneys north of State Road No. 100 to boundaries ot each of the Commissioner nue) to State Road 16 (Brown- lee Street and theSeaboard of Call Street (State Road northeasterly along thaBradfordUnion gent study and consideration
1/i 4t 1/1 be added to Commissioner Districts and the lee Street, thence run northwesterly Airline Railroad. thence run 230) and Walnut Street thencerun I county line to of that portion of this resolution -
District Nu.S. and that the district _RIO_l.tion___n _PrwinotR_ _____ Le__ u as_ _hereafter ___ _- along State Road 16 easterly along State Road 16 to easterly along Call Streetto the west line of Range 21 East, reflecting the changes In
lines o f Commissioner described: to the north line of the SWV4 I the Bradford-Clay county line, its intersection with Water the said point of beginning."Be election precincts and the
Cent Conrt, District Xo. 2 and Commissioner Commissioner Ulitrlrt thence It Further Resolved itoundariesthereof.. of the
"l Jlcgt. County of SWJ;, Section 21, Township thence run south a3ong" the Street run southerly
'. I'ID"Aad 0. District Xo. 5 be changedto X o. 1-LawtejCommmciiig- 6 South. Range 2! East. thence Bradford-Clay county line to along Water Street to State That AH Resolutions And Parts County Commissioner Districts
., .aDty. Florida conform thereto. at the point of run west along the north line I its intersection with State Road Road 100 continuing southerlyon Of Resolutions In Conflict of Bradford County Flprida,
Iture'Estate of WHEREAS. on October 8. intersection of the north line of said quarter section and extension : 230, thence run westerly along State Road 100 to Its intersection Herewith Are Hereby Repeal and the designation of polling
:MAI' M. BHYAN deceased. 19C3, Mr. Hardy requested and of Township 6 South and the thereof to State Road State Road 230 to the easterly with the county graded ed"Be places- as dnborib herein, do
NOTICE OF KILI\O this board approved by resolution Seaboard Airline Railroad 229 (Bmwnlee Road) thence boundary of the City of Starke, road known as the Menp'-! It Further Resolved that Herewith by my, signature a.ffixed -
'..PirriTIO.N' FOR FINALimciiAWJB a "llrlvllE gpd reservation"to thence run east to the Brad- run northwesterly along Slate thence run north along the easterly Dairy Road thence run westerly in accordance with the provisions hereto,, confirm *?ny' endorsement
: OF KXKCITOH I make any desirable changein ford-Clay county line, thence j i Road 229 (Brownlee Road) to boundary of the City of along the Meng's Dairy of Chapter 98. Section 98- and approval of such
Notice IB hereby given that any County Commissioner run north along the Bradford- the county graded road known Starke to its intersection with Road to its intersection with' .031 Florida Statutes, 1963. the changes and designations and
lit) I have filed my petton'' District within the city limitsof Clay county line to the Brad- as the Marcus Conner Road Alligator Canal thencefollow State Road 221, thence run following locations are herewith In compliance with the provisions -
for 'distribution and Starke that would be necessary : ford-Baker county line, thence thence run northeastt'rlaloni the westerly course of Alligator northwesterly along State Road designated as the poll- of Chapter S> Section
discharge executor of the'es to harmonize and equalizethe run went along the Bradford- the Marcus Conner Road to its Canal to the southeast corner 221 to its intersection with ing plai'e for each of the election 98.031, Florida Statutes, recommend -
tate ot Mat M. Bryan deceased election precinct within the Baker county line to the Brad- intersection with the county of Lot Eight (8) Blanding Sub- with State Road 200 (US 301). precincts herein established without reservation that
; and that on Dei-ember 30th city limits of Starke. This ""pri ford-Union county line (Xew graded road known as the Division, thence run westfrly thence run northeasterly along : the Bo*rd of, County Commissioners
1 8J'J: will apply to the Honor vileged reservation" was required River), thence run southwesterly Hardshell Road, thence ma along the' south line of Lot State Road 2'JO (US 301) to Election Precinct No. 1 Bradford County, Florida
aM* Thron X Yawn, County so that the balance along the Bradford Uniou southeasterly along the Hard- Right (S) Blanding Sub-Diy-U- Walnut Street in Starke. Florida Lawtey City Hall of Lawtey- concur, approve and adopt
Judge of Bradford County, could be maintained insofar county line to its intersectionwith shell Road, to Its intersectionwith ion to the intersection of Jack- thence run northerly along Lawtey Florida.Election the Mime as herein. provided
for order of dlstrl- as possible, for each of the State Road 16. thence run State Road 16 and, the son and St. Clair Streets, continuing Walnut Street to, itsi i ters .<-- Precinct Xo. 2- for. "- I
button'lorI4a for an final County Commissioner Districts southeasterly along State Roai Morgan Road the said point of westerly on Jackson tion with Call Street (State Kt'lIy- of M. L. Turner- Jeneva M. Flynn-
U. and of the will discharge of Mat that minor boundary changes 16 to its intersection with beginning. Street to the Seaboard Airline Road 230)), tIme said point of be Lawtey, Florida. Jenea M: ,Flynn*j&ipervisor of
ttecutnr could be made in the Commissioner Farmers Market Road, thencerun Election PreeUet X o. 5-Plca- Railroad thence run norjtherjy .ginn lag. Election Precinct Xo. 3- Registration. Bradford County,
M. Bryan, deceased.iWember District lines In order to easterly along Farmer cant Grot*: along the Seaboard Airline County CommIssIoner District Crawford Bradford County Florida.
'1 2nd. 1)63. reach a satisfactory polling Market Road to State Road 200 Commencing at the Intersection Railroad to its Intersectionwith Xo. ttrookeri: \ Fair Building Xorth Temple After disruffliM,..,and consideration -
Rudolph II. Bryan place for each precinct; (Temple Avenue), thencw run of State Road 225 and 'Adkins Street thence rur. Commencing at the point of AvenueJStarke, Florida of all references
Thomas & PierceAttorneys to provide the mnans to makea southerly along State Road 200 State Road lOll thence run westerly along Adkins Street convergence of the Bradford- Election Precinct Xo. 4 exhibits, recommendations
aLw more equal distribution of the (Temple Avenue) to State Road southeasterly along. State Roa.l to Its, intersection with State Alachua. county line (Santa Fe Legion Hall American Legion boundaries, designations, and
P O. qualified electors for each election 16 (Brownlee Street), thencerun 100 to its Intersection with Road 200 (Temple Avenue), River) and the Bradford-Union Building rNorth Temple. Avenue other facts hereto applying,
StarkK: Florida precinct within the city easterly on State Road 16 Pratt Street thence run north thence run northerly along county line (New River), thence !Starke Florida. Jerome Johns, Commissioner
'George II. Pierce, Attorney limits, while at the same time (Brownlee Street) to the Seaboard and east on Pratt Street to Its State Road 200 (Temple Avenue runnortherly and easterly a- Election Precinct Xo. 5 -- District No.' 3, seconded the motion
".'.; '. l/5 It 12/23 preventing any overlap of election Airline Railroad. thencerun intersection with Orange Street, ), to its intersection with long the Bradford'Union county Pleasant Grove Bradford of Commissioner Roberts
prwincts between County northerly along the Si-a- thence run south along Orange State Road 16 (Brownlee line to the west line of Section County High School. North for adopt fun of the resolution
;:- Commissioner District boundaries board Airline Railroad to Us Street to its Intersection with Street) thence run easterly along 30, Township 5 South, Temple Avenue, Starke, FlorI. including the exhibits referred
la The Circuit COlt Of TfceCtktth within the city limits. intersection with the north lint Call Street, thence run easterly State Road 16 (Brown Range 21 Haft' thence run da. to herein and made a part of
Judicial Circuit Of WHEREAS it is now appar- of Township 6 South, the said along Call Street to BePsant lee Street) to the I'aboard1:- south along said suction line, Election Pretsinct No. 6- this resolution, and after being
PUrldft .bl For Bradford ent, after due study and con- point of beginning.In Road thence.run, east along line Railroad, the said point of mini extension thereof to State Vanderbilt Bales Highway Joined, in session by Mrs. Jene
Cupot). la Chancery dueu.. sideration that all of the required Compliance With The Provisions Bezant Road to the easterly beginning. Road 100. theme run southeasterly Baptist Church. Buyless High va. M. Flynn, Supervisor of
Henry J. Broskey, Plaintiff, changes have been Of Chapter 124 Florida boundary of the City of Starke, Klrrtttm Precinct Xo. 9-Key-. along. State Road 100 way, Stark Florida. Registration, Bradford County
-vs. Margie Carlton Broskey. made as approved by this Board Statutes County Commissioner rI thence run north along the clones to Us intersection with Pratt Election Precinct Xo. 7 Florida, in compliance with the
Dtftnddnt. from time to time and incorporated I District No. Lawtey, iR further easterly boundary of the Cityof Commencing at the intersection Street, thence run north and Reno-R. J. K. High School provisions of Section 91.031,
DIVORCE .In the re-districting ofBradford sub-divided into_three (3) .Starke to Its intersectionwith of State Road 230- and the east on Pratt Street to its initersection Je.nkins & Pine Streets. Slarke. Florida Statutes. the Mid motion
Order Of Publication And County Florida into I III election precincts as follows: Alligator canal tnemv Bradford-Clay county line. with Orange Street Florida. was then put to a vote
Notice! To Defend II County Commissioner Districts' Election Precinct Xo. 1--Law- follow the westerly course of thence run south alongthf" thence run south on Orange 1 Election Precinct Xo. 8v-Sea and disposed of s horeaftor
In''The Name Of The State and Election Precincts for avh I tt')'. Alligator Canal to the northeast Bradford-Clay county line to. Street to Its intersection with board Armory Building indicated by the seal of each
Of .Florida o of said districts and as evidence Election Precinct No. 2 corner of Lot Nine (9) the southernmost right-of-way Call Street, thence run easterly Florida National Guard. North County Commissioner Joined,
thereof the following I Kelly. Blanding Sub-Division thence of State Road 18, thence run along Call Street to i its Intersection Temple Avenue Starke Florida. as aforosaid, by Supervisor
'.To: Mrs Margie exhibits presented with the re Election Precinct No. 3 run Westerly along the north northerly and westerly along with Walnut Street, Election Precinct No. 9 of Registration, Bradford
Breaker I solution are ordered filed, and Crawford. line of Lot Nine (9) Blanding State Road 18 to State Road thence run southerly along Keystone South&Sde Elementary County Florida:
;.\ddtl Unknown. are considered. the said precincts being Sub-Division to the intersectionof Hifl, thence run northwesterlyalong Walnut Street to State Road School Colby Road POU TII1J IIIUOLUTIOK
., Hereby Notified I EXUIHITNO.. 1 wholly confined within the Jackson and St. Clair State Road 100 to ""attrStreet 200 (US 301), continuing southerly State Road 100 Starke Fla. AS AMKXDKTTS
ttifat a' curcpjaint tor divorce hast I i A general highway map of boundaries of County Commissioner I Streets continuing westerly a- within. the city limitsof a I o'h g State Road Election Precinct Xo. 10- / CARL PREVATT
>een filed against you and you i Bradford County. Florida, as District No. 1, and long Jackson Street to the Seaboard Starke, Florida 'continuing 200 (US 301) to Its inter. Theressa Community Houseof Carl Prevail. Chairman.
are ,required to serve a .COP)' prepared by the Traffic and the boundaries for each are Airline Railroad, thence northerly along Water streetto section with Stat Road 227. Theresna. Theressa. Florida Commissioner County Commissioner -
of your answer or pleading to Planning Division of the Flon- herewith separately described: run northerly along the Seaboard Its intersection with Call himce run westerly and southerly Election Precinct No. 11 District Xo. 1"
tb boniplalut on the plaintiff's 'da State Road Department, tileetlon Precinct Xo. I-Lau- Airline Railroad to its Street (State Road 230), thencerun along State Road 227 to Hampton-City Hall of Hamp GEQrtGB pvOBERTS
attorney. Eugene F. Shaw, 122 dated April, 1962. to pictorially term intersection with Adkins Street easterly along Call Street State Road 18, continuing ton. Hampton Florida. George Roberta. Cfomml-
South Walnut Street, Starke.oria. indicate the county boundary Commencing at the point of thence run westerly along Ad- (State Road 230) to Bessant westerly and- southerly along Election Precinct No. 12 sioner. County Commissioner
and file the original lines up to, but not including, intersection of the Bradford- kins Street to its intersectionwith Road thence run, eaH.t along State Road 18 to the west 15n. Lincoln City Public Library District No. 2.
newer or pleading in the office the boundaries within the city Clay county line and State State Road 200 (Temple Bessant Road tit the easterly of Sfection !8, Township 7 Starke-Bradford County 132 JEHDME JOHNS.
'.f, the Clerk of the CircuitCo limits of Starke. Florida for Road 200 (US 301), thence run Avenue). thence run northerly boundary of theCity of Starke, South. Range 21 East, thencerun South Walnut Street. Starke, Jerome Johns. Commission*
rt on;.or before the 28th day each of the County Commission southwesterly along State Road along State Road 200 (Temple : thence run south along the south along said section i Florida. er County Commissioner Die'-
1963. If you fail Districts 1 through 5, 200 (US 301) to its intersectionwith Avenue) to its intersection with easterly boundary of the Cityof lIne, and extension thereof, to Election Precinct No. 13-A-r- trial No. 3.
of.1cerber., ree pro confestso named and numbered as fol State Roal 200-A, thence State Road 16 (Brownlee Starke to its intersection the Bradford-Alachua county Rowell Terwillegar Motors SJESSIE CHASTAINMrs
twill be taken against you for lows: run northerly along State Road $Street, thence run northwesterly with State Road 230. thence line- thence run westerly and 2DC West Madison Street, Jessie Chastaln, Commlswonw. -
the demanded in th"tonplait | Commissioner District No. 1, 200A to the county graded road along State Road 16 to the run easterly along State Road northerly along the Bradford- Starke. Florida. County Commission
tld Lawtey. Carl Prevail Commissioner. known as the Crawford Road, north line of the SWiof 230 to Its intersection- with th. Alachua county line to its c-cn- Election Precinct No. 13-B er .District Xo. 4. '
shall be published thence run westerly along the SW1l'c.tlon 21. Township 6 Bradford-Clay county line, th: vorgeace with the Bradford- -Graham Residence of Mrs 'S/
bnce: each week for four consecutive Commissioner District No. 2. Crawford Road to State Road South Range 22 East, thencerun said point of beginning. Union county line the said L. K Ratliff Graham. Florida Rustt-11 H. Green.. CommJ-
i In The Bradford Bayless, Oeorge Roberts, Com 16, thence run north westerly I I west alone the north line CoautCoiumUalvner Dlntrlel point of beginning. Election Precinct No. 14 -- gioner County Commissioner 1''
\fk missioner. along State Road 16 to the of said quarter section and No.1-.Hampton! Compliance With The Provisions Sampson-Madison Street Baptist District Xo. 5.
County Telegraph. Commissioner District No. *, Bradford-Union county line extension thereof to State Commencing at the interg c- Of Chapter 124 Florida Church. 900 West Madison S/ JEXEVA M. FLYNN
Datfd at Starke. Bradford Blanding. Jerome Johns, Com (New River). thl'ncerun northeasterly Road 223 (Rrownlee Road) tlon of the- southernmost right. Statutes. County Commissioner Street, Starka Florida. JeA va. M. Flynn, -Supervisor
Oounjy, Florla this 23 day of mluion'r.Commissioner. along the Rradford- thence run northwesterly along of-way of; State Road 1- and District' No. Brooker, is fur- Election Precinct Xo. 35-A- of Registration, Bradford
16. District No. 4. Union county line to the Brad State Road 229 (Bmwnee. Road) the Bradford-Clay county line. ther. sub-divided Into five (5) P.rooker-Community House of County, Florida.
(,C1P.CUIT SEAL) Hampton Mrs. Jesse Chastain. ford-Baker county line, thence to the county graded road them-r run northerly and westerly election precincts as follows: Brooker Brooker,. FJorida.Election .. Done and ordered as aboTe.
Charles A. Darby. Clerk of Commissioner. run east along the Bradford- known as the Marcus Conner to State Road 100,. thence Election Precinct No. 13-A- Precinct Xo. 15B- Indicated at the regular meet-
the Circuit Court, BradfordCounty Commissioner District No. j.Brooker. Baker county line to the Brad- Road thence run southerly and run northwesterly along State. Rowell. New River Wiggins Storage Ing of the Board of Couaty
FIori4. Russell H. Green ford-day county line, thencerun I west on the Marcus Conner Road. 100 to Water Street within Election Precinct No. -- RIdg. (New River School) New Commissioners. Bradford County.
By Darby, Clerk Commissioner. south along the Bradford- Road to its intersection with the city limits of Starke. Graham. River, Florida. Florida, duly called and assembled
11/2? U 12J19; KXIlllUT: XO. 2 Clay county line to Its Intersection State Road 225. thence run Florida. continuing northerly Election Precinct No. 14- Be Ft Further Resolved that, on Tuesday. December.
Map 'f the City of Starke. with State Road 200 southerly along State Road 225 along Water Street to Its intersection Sampson. in accordance with the provisIons 3, IW, at Us office in the
I Bradford County Florida dated (US 301) the said point of be- to its intersection with State with CaJl Street Election Precinct No. 1S-A- and requirements of the county courthoUse Stark,
Ja Tk Couatf Jld& 'A CoartBradfori 1960. as compiled by Merrill G.McMillan. ginning. Road 100, the aid point of be- (State Road 230), thence 1'\I. Brooker. Florida Statutes as they apply 'Florlda.S .
Coumtf, }'Iulc Registered Land Surveyor Klrrilou PrecUet 'o. 3 Kellyt ginning. westerly along Call Street to Election Precinct No. !-- to this Board, other governing | / CARL PREVATT
rr.l> tro.. 1.730 No. 391, to pictorially In- Commencing at the point of Election Precinct Xo. 6- Yaw- its intersection with Walnut Nw River bodies agents and agencies of Carl PrevaiL Chairman.
In He: Estate of James Hornsby. dicate the boundary lines for intersection of the Bradford- derblltlCommencing Street, thence run BoMtherijr along tbe said precincts being the County of Bradford and the Board of County Commissioner
deceased. each of the County Commissioner Clay county line and State at the Intersection Walnut Street to its intersection wholly confined within the State of- Florida, other political Bradford County,, Florida.
'Notice Of Filing For Final Districts within the city Road 200 (US 301). thence run of State Road 100 and with State Road 200 boundaries of County Commissioner sub-divisions. political party ATTEST
Discharge Administrator limits of Starke. Florida not southwesterly along Stat Road State Road 225. thence run (US 301), eontlnuing'soutltedy District No.5, and the committees (County and State), CHARLES A. BARRY
T AJ1 Whom I May Con- otherwise shown on or by Exhibit 200 (US 301) to the north line I northerly along State Road 225 along State Road 200 (US 3Ql) bounlaries for each are here. this body The Board of'County Charles A. Darby Cleric of the-
f..\' Xo. 1. of Township 6 Sooth thencerun to Its intersection with the to its intersection with State I with separately described: Commissioners of the County Circuit Court, and x-0fflc4
( Notice la hereby given that I EXHIBIT NO. 3 east along the north line of countv graded road knows as Road 227 thence run' westerly I Rlrctlna Precinct N'o. J3-.- of Bradford, State of Florida Clerk, Board of County Commissioner
have filed my final return & A general highway map of I Township South to the Brad the Marcus Conner Road., thence and southerly along State Road It-.U. in comnllance therewith, fiere *. Bradford Co. Fla.CKHTIFICATK .
administrator of the Estate of Bralford County Florida, all ford-Clay county line thence run east and northerly along !!" to Its intersection with Commencing at the Intersection by authorizes and, causes to be
James Hornaby, deceased; thatI prepared by the Traffic sad run north along the Bradford- the Marcus Conner Road (crossIng State Road IX, continuing westerly of State Road 225 and' the made the following distribution J.; ChARLES A. DARBY, M
have: filed my petition for Planning Division of the Florida Clay county line to its Intersection State Road 229-Brownlee and southerly along State R'aboardIrline Railroad of Its official action a* herein Clerk of the Circuit Court of
final discharge and that I will State Road Department, with State Road 200 (US- Road) to Its Intersection with Road 18 to the. west line of thence run northeasterly along reflected by this resolution: Bradford County Florida, and
apply, .to the Honorable TheronA. dated April. 1962. to pictorially 301), the said point of begin the county graded road known Section 28, Township 7 the Seaboard Airline Railroadto 1. That a.- copy of this resolution ex-offir-lo clerk of the Board
Judge of indicate the Election Prvclncts ning. us the Hardshell Road thence South. Range. 21 East thence its intersection with Epperson including Exhibits 1 of County Commissioners of
Tawn, County, for each of the County Commissioner KWtlen PrH'laf't No 3- run southerly and east along run south.- along sajd soction Road thence run north and 2, referring to the County Bradford Count. Florida, DO
Bradford County Florida on Districts andfor al! l'.awfordlComRlf'ndng the Hardshell Road to Its intersection line, and extension thereof. to along Epp rpon Road to its intersection Commissioner Districts and HEREBY CERTIFY that the
Deeeiutoe-r 20. 1J83. for approval of Bradford County, Florida at the point of with State Road IS its intersection with the Brad- with Francis Street Exhibits 3 and 4. referring to attached and foregoing is a
ef the same and for final diseharf the boundaries for Intersection of the north line thereof, and correct of a.
show copy
and to thence run northwesterly along ford-Alac-hua county line thenre run westerly along the Election Precincts true
a* administrator of theEstate' each election precinct up to, of Township 6 South and the State Road IS to the Bradford- thence run southerly and east- Francis Street to Us Internee be appropriately recorded upon resolution to define by number
of Jame Hornsby, de- but not including the bound Seaboard Airline Railroad Union county lIne (New River). erly along- the Bradford-Alarhua lion with Pratt Street thence the minutes of this Board and and to describe by boundary
ceatd. aries within the city limits of thence run southerly along the thence run southwesterly along county line to the- Putnam run northerly and east along filed with the official record the County Commissioner Districts
Dated this 15th' day of November. Starke Florida! named and Seaboard Airline Railroad to the Bradford-Union county Hn> county line thence run east a- Pratt, Street to Its Intersectionwith of this bortT aa constituting V through S and time alec.
19(1. numbered a! followsr State Road 16 ( Rrownl to the went line of Section 30- long the Putnam county line 10 Orange Street thence run the flnar official action of this then precinct* therefor, of therouotr -
:./ 1arltUf C. Pomeroy Election Precinct No. 1, Law- Street). thence run woterly Township 3 South Range 21 the Uradtord- ray oounty line south on Orange' Street to- Its BTaarff" on- the question ofre- of Bradford- &ULU. ,Af
Pomeroy. as administrator tey. Commissioner District No along StateRoait U (Brownlee F.set thence run south alonjr thence run north along the intersection with Call Street districting. Florida. AS AMENDED by
of the Estt of Lawtey.. ?Street to State Road 200 said section line and extension the Bradford-Clay county line thence run easterly on Call Z. In compliance with the pages 11 and 12 hereof, by the
James Hornsby, dfcta Election Precinct No. 2. Kelly (Temple Avenue), thence run thereof to State Road 10:. its Intersection with the south- Street to its intersection with provisions of Chapter 124. Section Board of County CommjMk>nf
11/21 t 12/12 Commissioner District No. 1- northerly along State Road 200 thence run southeasterly along ermost right-of-way of. State Walnut Street thence run 124.0S. Florida Statute. era and adopted f>y the Mid
Lawtey. (Temple Avenue) to Farmers State Road 100 to its Intersec- Road 18, the said point of be- southerly on Walnut Street to perUinipg to the- boundaries Board at lit regular meeting
BIOLUT1ON TO DKFJ' K' nv Election Precinct' No. 3, Market Road, thence run westerly tlon with State Road 225. the ginning. its intersection with State Road of the CountY Gommiwioner held on Tuesday December 2.
t3WEI1 AND TO DESCH1HK Crawford. Commissioner District along Farmers Market I raid point of beginning. In Compliance With The Provisions 200> (CS 391), thence run southerly Districts Chapter 9*, SectIons.oai 19(3. and appearing ot record
II\ UOI'XDARTnE' COl'XTV j No. Lawtey.. Road to State Road 16. thencerun i Scanty nmliuiloner DIstrict Of Chapter 124., Florda! on State Road 200 (US 301)to ; Florida' statute pertaining in Minute Book 10. of.'tjl* Board
('OinhIiIoER nisTitirrs! i I Election Precinct No. 4, northwesterly along State Xa_ 3-Dl.adIAIU Statutes .Connty Commissioner its intersection with Stair to the designation of of County Commissioners.I
TUHOKJII. S AND TUG ELECTION Legion Hall Commissioner Road 16 to the county graded[ Commencing at the point of in- District No,. 4-'-Hampton; i is Road %%7, thence run westerlyon polling places fofeaoh rfectJ** FURTHER CERTIFY that
PRFSl'!* THEHKFOU. District Xo. 2-Baylu.'l. road known. as the Crawfoid 1 terseetlon of the southernmost further sub-divided into three State Road 227 to Its intersection precinct and. Chapter 101. Section Exhibit 1 through-. as Jetty
'.1 Election Precinct No. 5. Pleasant Road. thence run easterly alon, right-of-way of State Road 1? (3) election precincts as fol- with State Read ,225. 101.71 an* Section WLiJ -red t( in the resolution, have.
IR.\DFUO. bTATK OF Gro," Commissioner District the Crawford Road to State and the B'radf.rd-ClAr countyline lows. : thence run northwesterly on Florida Statutes pertaining to b en filed In accordance wlih
'LOID.\ No. .!Bayless. Road 200-A. thence run southerly thence run northerly anl Election Precinct Xo.. 10. -t State Road 225 to Its intersection the polling places and the determination the amendment relative tierj
thl regular meeting ofthe Election Precinct No. 8. Van- along State. Road 200-A tQ westerly to State Road 10-\ Theressa. with the Seaboard Airline of boundaries for to.
Board of County CommlsMonrra d rbilt. Commissioner DistrictNo. State Road 200 (CS 301). thence theme run nnrthweoteiir alongState Election Precinct No.' 11 Railroad the said -point of beginning. ejection precinct THAT a certified WITNESS MY HAND AND
of Bradford County, !Bayless. run southerly along State Road Road 100 to, Water Street Hampton. copy of this resolution. OFFICIAL SEAL at Starke.
Florid, held on Tuesday Dc' Election Precinct No. 7. Reno. 200 (US 301) to the north: Ua within the city limita-of Starke. Election Precinct No.. 15 '- F.IrrtUa PrecInct X.. -- be forthwith transmitted Bradford County. Florida tbUtb
(.mbe J, 196 S, at its office In Commissioner, District No. 3- of Township < South. thence Florida. continuing northerly Lincoln City. Graham: HenoraWe- Tome Adams, Secretary ( day December, ,1 *3.
the. courthouse At Starke,, Blanding. run east along the north Iin3f looK Water Street 't- its Intersection the said precincts being Commencing at th. Interaction of State. State pf Florida (SEAL) r
FOorld. with the following Election Precinct. 8;; Seaboard Township 8 South to the with Call Street I wholly confined within the of the Seaboard Airline Tallahassee, Florida to satisfy CHARLES A. DARBY .
tEmber present: Commissioner DistrictNo. Seaboard Airline Railroad the (Stare .Road; 230), thence run the boundaries of County Commissioner Railroad and Stata Rt ad. 225. thai conditions- Mid require Charlexy Ar Darby, Clerkof tb*'
Pnatt Chairman L Blanding.. said point of beginning. ensterly along Call Street District No. 1. and thence run westerly along the meats of the above reference Circuit Court and ex-offlejo
$ : No 1 Election Precinct No 8. Keystone C BBtr C B ndfc Umr DUtrlct State Itoad-230) toBeasant the -boundaries ,for each are Seaboard Airline Railroad to to the Florida Statutes. Clerk, Board of County Com
GEORGE ROBERTS CommUiltaier. Commissioner DistrictSo >... 3-naylriuiiCommencing Road. thence run eat along herewith Separate4y described: the west line of Ran e 21 East 3. To fulfill the requirements missioners. Bradford. 'county,
? District No. 2. 3-Blanding at the point ef R oani._Road, to the easterly. Kletla. Prerlaft N'o. 16Tterenai 1 thence run south lnn"t *-w_. .01 e *t4 "-, JEROME Johns Commission-. Election Precinct No. 10; Intersection or the west line 'o1- boundary of the City of line of Range 21 East, to the Florida Statutei. per 2 U 1/3


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.Y'YYYYYYYYTTTTTY week they are observing Week will present its Christmas 1 Tommy Wise Nancy', Lee, for Anniston. Ala to spend Claude Green on Monday. I Titusville. -. top;: Florida," under the name f I
of Prayer for Foreign Mis- program Thursday Dec. 19, Vance Johnson. Christmas with 'Mr. Bram- Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Williamsof I j Flre-Fightinf Equipment r I of BRADFORD COUXTr FURNITURE 1
LAWTEY sions with a Prayer Meeting .at 8 p. m. Everyone is invitedto 2nd Garde -Linda Allen. lett's parents. Jacksonville spent the Discussed At Council Steno Notebooks Steno !, AND EXCHANGE intend -
I i: each morning at the church. attend. Kathy Casey, Cindy Griffis Dave Golder returned last weekend with Mrs. Williams' Ko-rect Type, Typewriter to register the said nam.
i toy Enxa BlanchardAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJut The Methodist WSCS met Grace Methodist: Church Judy Redding, Eddy Dyal. weekend from a week aboardthe parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doss Discussion of fire-fighting Pens, Typing Paper, Erasers I with the Clerk of the Circuit i iI ,
Thursday, Dec. 5 at the home School. 9:45 a- m. Worship. Johnny Andrews Saratoga.. Higginbotham. equipment was the main topicof Ribbons The TELEGRAPH. Court of Bradford County Floritla. t j
of Mrs: Mae Wells 'witti 11 business at the December .
members After It a. m. and 7:30 p. m. MYF 3rd Grade- Wayne Test- All Navy wives whose husbands Mr.and MrsWalter Lan- meeting, of the City Councilat I S/S Talmadgs J. Sharp
CHURCH ACTIVITIES present. a pro- 6:30: p. m. The monthly board tone, Daryl Hilliard, Debbie stationed thripp visited in S/S William C. Tomlinson. Jr.Grft'n. jl
On Tuesday night Dec. 3. gram presented by :Mrs. W. A. meeting will be held at the i are aboard Tennesseelast the city hall Tuesday even- -\OTICE VM1KR FICTITIOfS Green & GreenAttorneys
; Fox, refreshments were served Nancy Norton. Avis the Shangri-La will be inter- weekend.. ing, Dec. 3. Lack of fire- A.\'IE LAW I at Law
the WMU met at the 1st parsonage Wednesday at 8 Ellis. I
by the hostess. ested to know they will bs I fighting equipment was emphasized XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEXthat :209! X Temple Ave 1
Baptist Church for the m. the undersigned desiring Starlit Florida
regu- 4th Grade Norma Lou f spending the holidays in Naples since the home of to engage in business at Law- I '
lar business Northside Baptist ChurchTHEATRE ryvm'r11yvvyyyyyyyyyr 5 4t 1! !&
meeting. This First Baptist: Sunday Redding, Delores Sapp, Shelia Italy. the Vernon Forsyths' burned I II III
School 10 a. m. Worship. 11 Norman.,Norma Jean Prevatt., the
f Mr. and )frs' .D. ,B, Griffis previous day. Further i I
a. m. Training Union 6:30: p. Randy Massey, Joey Bennett, and daughter, and..Mrs. Belle HAMPTON I' study of the subject is being G L I A S S That's Our Business"If
m Evening Service. 7:30 Keith
: p. m. I Bennett. I Giddens were Saturday night i made, and a special com-
Prayer Meeting each Wednesday 5th GradePamella Tye, supper guests"of'Mr.:and Mrs By Mn. D. E. 1IU1lAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ mittee of Richard May, F. P I Its Glasg w e Have It" .'
FLORIDATHEATREOPENING 7:30 p. m. YWA and ,. Wanla Holloway, Joy Sapp Ellis Giddens of Jacksonville. Lott, and Dan Johnson were I CALL WRITE or VISIT \
Intermediate GA 1st and 3rdi Mary Lee Martin Junior Mr. and Mrs: Buford Hig- to meet Tuesday evening this J, FOR ANY GLASS ttEEDSHEA'S '
i i Sunday afternoons. Junior Austin, Dwayne, Vanzant, ginbotham had Foreign Missions Week week. j

GA right, 2nd after and 4th Mondays Roger Akers Lynn Boch, dinner guests ,recently as Sunday Mr. At Baptist Church Citizens of this area who !I ( iK GLASS CO.NOT

school. Youthmeeting James Andrews. Jerry Teston: and Mrs. Elmer Higginbotham Hampton Baptist Church is are interested in having local 'i .
on alternate Satur- ( INC.)
Wayne Bennett.6th and son, Mr. and Mrs. J. observing the week of prayer telephone service to i
days. Grade- Gregory Dyal, C. Higginbotham and family, for foreign missions this Starke are again urged to II "F rmerJy Joe Peters Claw C*.*
PERSONALSMrs. Mike Norman, '''Regina Glad- and Mr and Mrs. James week, Monday through Fri- write Edwin L. Mason, chair- i We Design Modern Store fronts

Mae Wells had the ieux, Lamar Johnson, Kathy Waters and family, all of day, and sponsoring the Lot- man, Public Utilities Commission Just Mail Us A Pattern For
TIME misfortune to fall at her Scott. Lawtey, Mi" and Mrs. Lyle tie Moon Christmas Offeringfor Tallahassee. Table Tops
MONDAY I home and break her left wrist Special Education -JO'hn-i Schmehl and family of Those absent from last
THROUGH FRIDAY Laurel foreign missions. 1313 N. W. 4th PI. I
6:45 P. M. Friday and was confinedin ny Richendollar James Rich- Bay, S. C., and Mr. and Mrs. WMU prayer meetings have weeks meeting were Councilman ]-

SATURDAY 1:00 SUNDAY 2:00 until Bradford County Hospital endollar Brenda Starling.1HAXVILLE..- E. D. Hipginbotham and family been held Monday and Thurs- May and G. P. Wads. .
Monday. She went to F.2.43.
The occasion was to.cele-
spend a few days with her ....................., brate J. C.'s birthday. After day evening.afternoons.and Wednesday Tuesday Kids! Write To Santa [
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. dinner Mr- and Mrs.. Schmehl And Get An Answer! i
LATE SHOW and Mrs. Joe Dorko, at the returned to their home after evening at the church prayer Santa Claus will answer :
State Farm. Her friends are spending same tune here with meeting. Friday evening at children's letters this year, if i MEEl MY GIRLFRIENDSHE
FRIDAY DECEMBER praying for her early recov- the Higginbothams. 7:30 p. m. at the church will they are mailed to Santa at i
be the final
program. YWA's the North Pole and includehis i
ery.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robinsonand '
J. T Young, and son .1 l met Monday evening for their Zip Code number997011the i LIKES
i daughter of. Lake
YOU HOST PASS -== are spending some time with observance and Junior and postoffice department has i
RED CROSS MEETING spent the weekend with I
THE'D-BIKT her mother*Mrs. A. C. Pearce. Mrs. Intermediate GA's Thursday announcedIn I '
Janet and James Carver, Dorothy- Waters, Mrs. Linda ,
and Mr. .. Natural Gas
TO Pierce. Mr. and Mrs afternoon. Those taking part a move to encourage : :
PREPARE 'and'son
R. W. Clyde Godwin, Cliff Slade Norman returned to
Sapp and Leslie and on the program include Mrs. general use of the zip code on ;
YOU FOR and Angelia and Muriel Lake City with the Robinsonsfor
Mrs. Annie Stevens ef Jack- all Christmas mail the post- :
J Palmer, along with their a visit.Sunday Lonnie Melton Mrs. Paul ".' : Just As Well As I Do.
HORRIFYINGEXPERIENCE sonville were Sunday visitorsof Estes, Mrs Milton Mosher office department:; wants the I
_mwwm t m' Km w I'ATIIlUJJUJllOO1 teacher Mr. dinner of
Cox attended guests
the Pearces.Sympathy a ZIP code on return address If are in doubt about Natural Gas ask
A.AlUa.1". "" '-"WtTCt A HHJ1M fmnMM. Red Cross meeting in Jack- Mrs. Dorothy Waters were Mrs. Otto Hicks, Mrs Foster every you
is extended to Hayes, Mrs. Charles Hicks, as well as those letters friends and it and first
Mrs- Paul sonville last Thursday after- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robinson I your neighbors that use get
Pmkins; and Mrs. to Santa. His complete address -
THURS. FRI. SAT. DEC. 12 13 14 Lomie Mosley in the death of noon. The students carried and daughter of Lake City, Mrs. Lawton Youngblood. : Santa Claus North hand information as to its convenience, cleanliness,
their plaster molls they made for Mrs. Linda Norman and son Mrs. Horace Dyal, Mrs. Don
sister. Mrs. Arrie Tes- Pole 99701. economy and efficiency. are sure will want
Hill. Mrs. George Kennan. you
tone, who the Red Cross to give to the of Highland. and Mr. an.iMrs'
DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMNo.1 'Jacksonville passed Friday. away in Naval hospitals to be painted. John Waters, and Mr. PERSONALS Natural Gas too.STARKE.

Mrs. W. F. After the meeting, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Waters of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Phil-
Moore and Renee
No.2'r Cox treated' the youngsters'to sonville. lips spent last weekend with Cash Paid for Good Clean NATURAL GAS
were visiting Mrs. Moore's
hamburgers. McLendon of Palatka, their and daughterinlaw Rags. No Khakis or Wool. All
Cokes. and Roy son -
sister, Miss Rachel .
r Boyer in CITY
"' "" Cotton. Bring to Telegraph.
: Jacksonville the latter part french fries. a former Maxville resident, l Mr. and Mrs. John Wes- j
these kids tJ ( AtiiPf. of the week. ] PTA MEETINGThe was visiting Mr. and Mrs. ley Phillips and baby atj I I- .

have the $ J.4f'! t.f I ; Receht visitors of Mr. and Maxville School PTA _
tn: ;i J Mrs. A. D. Dobbs were Mr. held its monthly meeting last

yen.I{tl I .for ", ::1 AS t& Cason.Dobbs' and sister their Mrs.grandson Percy, Thursday cafeteria. Parents night in and the teach school YOU CAN SAVE MORE AS WE CELEBRATE I

1 A 'II"/ I Charlie Dobbs, anl family of ers discussed a Civil Defense NOW
..t COIFS MM E 1ECHNICO1ORfK Jacksonville, and a grand- meeting and a stronger phy
i' = ; sical fitness policy for the
( ,
daughter, Mrs. Car-
........ ,.. } tt. J.llS1"' l'&if Jerry children. The Christmas party
michael, and daughter of
SE!: Marietta. was also planned for Dec..20., ) FORD'S BIGGEST SALES YEAR WITH OUR

J ". Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Mr. Cox, 5th and 6th grade .
teacher, won the room count.
tr' Thursday to Saturday with -
her sister Mrs. C. E. Strick- Refreshments were served
; J land, in Gainesville. after the meeting. : A.. .
& Last week Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. [Sonny ,.i: 4 '11II/ 1. ( i
Boy] Griffis announce the .
!co W. F. Moore, Renee and _
Dill ter birth of a daughter on Sun- : 1 I
r BMiMMiKMM;; [ [ Micky, attended the Boyer tt :
.' day, Dec. 7, at the orange ,. .. '. .t.f
I I? ;:= a. trWIYkt3nreM4lbch family reunion at the homeof .. ".' "., f'; .
r.\ 1.1Jrru'II'/WIliliiWI'' / 1"" Mr. and Mrs. D. W Boyerin Park Hospital. .. ..
inTECHNICOLOR CINEMASCOPE and 6aIx1a1M t Ocala. Of course. Rev. E. Mr and Mrs. B. F. Colemanof . .

D. Boyer of Tampa, father of Jacksonville announce the \.. \ .: ,
birth of a daughter Cynthia .
the tribe, was very much I .
there. June at St. Vincent's Hospitalon I :'" .; :

Mrs. H .T. Bennett and NOV. 24. Mrs. F. B. Cole-
SUN. MON. TUES. WED : grandson Roger Bennett, man is the grandmother. '
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Funeral services were heldlast' ?

DEC. 15, 16, 17, 18FREE dren Glenn in Williamson Macclenny and Friday.Mr. chil-. Long Thursday Branch Cemetery afternoon for in .ff.Y .' Falcon euys !

and Mrs. Tom Bary and Tammy DeLaine Austin,
children of Columbia, N. C. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

spent Friday to Sunday with Wilbert' Austin. The community . h"f

i Selma Mrs. Eunice Bary's, and mother other, rela-Mrs. the extends parents its, and sympathy grandparents to- .... ; :J :"T;: ; Let.us show, you today how you can enjoy .

Mr. and Mrs. N. L. "
Can- : '

tives.Mr.. and Mrs. S. W. Rich non.Spending this week with -i; S- : a new driving thrill with the '64 Falcon .
QVIS and of
JrlillI.IJIIIJIIt. son Tampa were visit- .

& .L" rIfIfIIJRIIIInIMIfIf and ing Mrs.Mrs.O.Oscar J. Phillips Carter and and Mr. Mr.shaw and are Mrs.Mr.Buddy Bfadshaw's Brad- '. : 4>;;. : -. : .(-.'- America's totally new compact car, still withFalcon's t

f 1i.7liNICDLCR. other relatives during the mother, Mrs. H. Bradshaw, \ : ,.
,IUL,! {: I/JNlJ IIflIE.ElSf C4f1/1/A/Nl U/K4S week. and son of Jacksonville.Mrs. : A ; famous economy. "

.(: .2.1... IO II !(._diJIllQ.II'IIIlDITE1fKI HONOR ROLL Earl Cannon visited
'. ,
-2ND 6 WEEKS her cousin, Leslie Mosley in L ..' ;
1st Grade-Jean Allen, Irita Jacksonville Sunday afternoon .
Crawford, Jeana Higginbotham .". .;: :
Donna Sue Pauley Fele- Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Eason ''I { 'r r.. ,'....,
THIS WEEK cia Rosier Joy Starling: and family left last Wednes- :- ..
Sheila Faye Starling, Dar- day for North Carolina where .
lene Starling, Mike Gaskins, Mrs. Eason and the children ...J.-, .
will remain while Mr. Eason .'j".. :
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is stationed in California. ..r--. "x. ,
They have been living: in the

Crosby house for some timc. .

... 7f I Sonny Boy Griffis and a ,,
j ; ;
hunting party recently killed
I ten deer while on a hunting

expedition in Baldwin and ,
J Clay Hill. ___ .. .- ,/1 J ;
r Susan Lucas, daughter of 1' .
Q Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lucas, returned aT
to school last Wed-

nesday after being confined
to her home with scarlet fev: n. F

er for the last week. -
Miss Violet Burnsed of -
Jacksonville spent the week- Here's a big reason for.Ford's "Big Year" .
the 1964 Falcon Futura Hardtop. Smart and
... end with the Dave Coverdales.
Claude North, son of Mr. sassy, it's all new. New big-car styling outside
and Mrs. John North, has returned -- .. .luxurious appointments inside.. .improved

: home after spendingsome suspensions underneath. See for yourself t
'"" time in Maryland and Test-drive one today! ./
Choose ANY make or model-/ : South Dakota.Mr. -

and"Mrs. Lee Coverdale

but get.your Auto Loan HERE! 1 I have returned to their homein
Indiana after a. visit with
ALL. NEW '64 fALCON i"l
: their son and daughterinlaw .

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cov- ..
In addition to the lost cost of a Bank Auto Loan, ,, Alvin Padgett son of Mr. 0 Smart, new styling New comfort and convenience 0 Plush

and Mrs. Harry Padgett, has new ride o Twice-a-Year (o'r 6,000 mile Malntenance o Self-
financing your car here offers you other special been transferred from South Falcon Squire for 1964-one of 7 roomy Falcon wagons. ).

advantages: Our service Is quick,ihs loan agree Carolina to Georgia. He is f adjusting brakes e Famous Bas-saving economy e Full line,

ment is simple and clearly stated, payments can expected a two weeks home vacation this monthfor with '. ., including sedans, hardtops, convertibles, wagons 0 Choice

be arranged io fit your budget conveniently. his parents. r of engines from standard Six to 164hp V.8.Optional power
Mr. and Mrs. William N. __
When you see the car you want-see us! Smith and daughters will steering o 3-speed, 4-speed manual or Fordomatic Drive

leave Saturday for Lufkin.
.. Texas to spend the Christmas
holidays with their parents* FAMOUS LOW LOWPRICEIW.BUYS

Saturday visitors at the, Falcon Convertible for 1964-one of 3 new Falcon topdowners.IN' .
home of Mr. and Mrs.:Claude
FLORIDA Green were Mrs. Warren of '
I Lake Butler and Miss. Morton. _

-. __ ,, : Q jfNK: ':Ay"I S"AJJ 1 { { t' '. his Harry doctor, :Padgett inStarke retuled.to last Sat-. ],, inn.

for check-up. Friends
urday a

will be interested to know TER\VILLEGAR MOTOR

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. that he Is able to visit around .
after being confined, tot hts_

One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group home for several weeks. 206 W; MADISON STREET : PHONE 964-3381 ,. STARKE,. FLA
and Mrs.
Mr. Tommy
< r' : i
leave ...
f Bramlett and son will

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THURSDAY DEC. 12 1965: ,... y .

Save W WVE w" W4GVE
Taxpayers w G/VE w j G/Vt wy GVE w WFWVE wA4VE w ,WYE w W V E w WVE wA(,tot

/ I WGo\fIE I I / / I I / J I / I ICREN

taxpayers in IIulul

Bradford County saved themselves s A V E Choice
about $35,000 by paying q T Center -
their taxes in November whena f

4 per cent discount was in _' <, w Slices Savory lamb a feast anytime. I
effect. Included
"The most money we have! a U.S.D.A. I Cut through the crackling brown I

ever collected "in Novemberwas x .t outside to the sweet, tender juicy
this year, Tax Collector -
J. R. Kelly said. +. '>" a : Cll'OICE meat beneath. It's a gourmet treat. '
About 80 per cent of the
U. S. Choice American
last i grown. /J'
County's taxes were paid

month, adding $361.064 to the ,. ..
County Treasury. Before discounts (": "> .:..t.,,,, l r'"'

the bill was $375,924 r Iry it ,,,,., ,,,, <'..:.h (' .. ,
; -""." & "
Almost one-fourth of thetotal :: f ".' ",'\ .. .. '. ,,',' ." :""" .
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collected came from the b", ."''''.'...,\.-:'+.' ,.< >-""',,;\0 'r/, :,,' -'< ..l\: -. .-. '! L.L' -
Florida Gas Co. near Brooker. ", },,- "! ',,' ",It! r-1" :=:; .;;.,:l
paid the ,,,,, "." ', (
The Gas company f'f '; t":: "L "" : < tJ
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t''' i '''+ i. !
largest single tax bill ever t ,;' .>''.....:.::') 1 ..-. Ix": '" -, \t,$ ->>..-\.".".....,.......
paid in Bradford County. witha 5 1
$95,000 check. Q WHOLE OR HALF
t I
This year also claims the
largest tax-roll Bradford QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Leg-O-Lamb LBi Oy/ ;
County has ever had. with .rPRICES GOOD THRU DEC 14TH .
over $500,000 on the books. 'mM DIXIB STORES, INC. -COPYRIGHT- illS



Pistol Travis MatchSP4 D. Alvarez of SausageLB.. 39; I F Rib Chops . LB. 791 : .

the 622nd Ordnance Company J
fired a score of 530 REG. 59< EAT-RITE SLICED (FULL POUND) r LB.

points of a possible 600 to win f e
the' 1963 individual Pistol Bologna LB. 49; ,
Championship match con- BUTT
Shank Sh'ld R LB. 49
ductel\ by the Florida National REG. 2/89* EAT-RITE SMOKED I r oas. ;
Guard this at Camp I b

Blanding in year July. 2 791. HALF i Half1 7 .1
Alvarez won by some 11 Sausage LBS. d Ground Lamb LB 29;

points over the next high
shooter Warrant Officer E. P. REG. 59* CANADIANS A SLICED LB 491 LB. g; '

Newton, of Tallahassee. I L b I.
Bacon 5OLPKG.39;
>r : : '
'M xw Trt .wi. .nrn w +r'+
Hunt y
Blanding '1c ,!t \\'*fJ jffj." .. '. mwww. ). '.... ,. ;r,_. .. .
Bag Reported = J :
:: 1 1

The Florida Game is FreshWater WIngsI..L8.19 I I '- >1 1 j .1 l ,
Fish Commission reported -
8,395 hunteis in the REG. 39* SUPERBRAND MILD-MED.-SHARP 1 1 t
Camp Blanding reservation : :
during the 21 days of hunting Cheese 8-OZ. 29"w 1hrJ. t $'i
season from Nov. 16 through Wedge ni3 81 .
Dec. 8.Estimated. TOMATO bi MORTON Chic., Beef, Turkey, Ham, Salisbury, Meat Loaf '
SKSSS 4& SaSi ffliKlZ! t.
kill during this MOOT CH U
period included 72 deer. 43 anu f bu l { --.. I Dinners 2FOR89; .'.
turkeys 17 wild hogs, 302 MARGARINE .. .:
.... ,;ioI
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quail. 573 cat squirrel. and 58 I VII'- ,4.
Bradford brought County 488 hunting sportsmenhave licenses ELGIN LB. ffiHf/' : '.Thrifty t .Maid' ':Enriched! I Heinz. TomatoKETCHUP. L.r<, F P 3 FOR $1.,.:.;\:

$2,885 for from a' grand the total County of .. .Limit: 2-with+ $5. Food order or more Peanut Butter EYAP.: MILK 1 aes i i

Judge's ofifce. November accounted .5 1 ii S I .1 x.'I;. SOUTHERN BELLE I"
for 90 per cent of SO' EXTRA STAMPS WITH PURCHASE OF : E I- ,: ;

period.the sales. over' ) a 'two-month. CrackirV: Good Treets Ib 35* 24-oz. S : S : S tft j Dev 81 Crabs 05 Pk g. 9 W. ....'.:.: .
A total of 346 state hunt- JAR ,. TALL 14-0 z. "
ing licenses to. hunt in the 21' -lb.\ Tarnow Meat Loaf i : ;ri ?_
county were sold at'-$2. each .. 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH PURCHASE ,OF". 1 CAN : BOT. y- 1 BIRDSEYE LIMAS WITH BUTTERSAUCE ,

1-lb. Tarnow Meat Loaf I SAVE. ,, :, SAVE; W Fordhooks 10-OZ. 3,9'/ '
/ 31 Eo. .. : 91 Ea., fJ Pkg. ..
Funeral services, for Mfrs Palmetto Farms Salad 1 '. ,. 1 .. t '.

Amelia Dowling, who died 25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH SUPERBRAND 'l 16* Each at this price I' Limit '10 aAhis price, please. i Limit 2 with ,$5.: order. or, more .:lt :
Sunday 'will be held at 3 p. 2-I b.. cup, Cottage Cheese. ,

m. Tuesday in the Raiford .i
Baptist Surviving Church.are her mother .-.... I I I i' i I l I f/I.I."L p "

Mrs. Nolie Cason, Raiford; 50 Extra 3M:Green Stamps! SAVE 10$ EACH KRAFT Limit 1 Please"'at this, price 1 L( Fresh Firm Goldn Ripe I

three brothers, C. W- Cason WITH THIS COUPON, AND PURCHASE OF LJ
Waycross Ga.; P. L. Cason
ONE 2-LB.: Pica Fftoz. PAN-REDI 4 9
Jacksonville; and O. K. Ca Breaded Mayonnaise.QT.. ; D .
son, Raiford-: three sisters, Shrimp tt.
Mrs. Walter Altman, Raiford; COOO THRU DECEMBER I4TH f d'
Mrs J. C. Priester, Louisana: AT ANY WINN-DIXIE < SAVE 10 I EACH DEEP SOUTH '1., I
and Mrs. J. M. Alvaerz, Rai-
ford, I i f.


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II. Walton Grady, Minister M Extra Jtl"f. .or .more I
Schedule for week, Dec. 15- WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF .

21 9:45:Sunday; a. m.-Morning Sunday Worship School .OOO Owe Pecan THRU FROZEN DECEMBER TREADO Pie UTH We 5 so n 0-1'I BOTTLE 24-oz. 18 r q 14 j !

11 a. m. Recognition Day
Dinner, 12 noon Youth Fellowship AT ANY WINN-DIXIE I t EACH ,.
5:30: p. m. Junior 12 r. : C 4- ;
Choir Practice, 6:20: p. m .: SA ALLPURPOoSE _
Evening Worship, Carol Sing I I 24-oz. 2 5 r 0. ... 1 BAKING POTATOES t
7 p. m.Monday. )l ... s Io I BOTTLE Russets 10 Lb. 59 ttSO !

Cantata Practice Extra d.Green Stamps! Bag t I
7 *

mas WednesdayAdult Party at home of Christ-Mr. Two PKCS. FROZEN CHUN KING 303 3 ?9. 59*
A I Sauce 1 25'L'.L
Chicken Chow
and Mrs. Lester Crews 609 pp e : CANS MciNTOSH
W Call St., 7:30: p. m- GOOD THRU DECEMBER UTH .
Thursday Senior Choir AT ANY WINN-DIXIE j- .
Practice and Cantata Practict, I3 d SAVE 5t EACH THRIFTY MAID 3svALASKA" or LARGE A. I 2 LBS 3 9 .
7 p. m.Fiiday. S APP es i.
Sunday SChoo:

Christmas Party, 7 p. m. M d Sweet PeasCANS I 2 5 ; f_ ., .- (
The Carol announced '
Sing 'I ';' .
< : 2' / JLT.Lv
above is inclusive of the en- 50 Extra .1t. Green Sups .__ '. .
tire evening service. There will WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of I .. t .;.
be no sermon, only the sing- '& SAVE 11 SAVE 21 .- : -"
TwO PEGS. FRO: HOU.OWAY: HOUSE _. 1 .. 1 jfflltllEII! i t S-'P-E"'C'-I': A :
ing of carols. It is a planned Stuffed 1 1 1
Peppers -.' ..It.J.OOD -; ,
program with everyone sIng- : '. I '!e" \- -
ing, so come and "Sing a- THRU BECMDERI4: TM I ;, x t 1 1 -

long.". I4 AT ANY.Kt .WINN I r -DIXIE .:, r 1, fI XWE iE 1, ,1 ,,.- j1 T'I

CIIURCII 1 / .. I 1 ,
1 I 1 .J 1 'TJullftllhiii I
Schedule for week: 1 .' 1 I 1L" 1

Thursday. Dec. 12 Primary 59 Eilra )/'Green Stamps .
and Junior Story Hours. t E 1 I I I
1 N .
1 1 1
Wom- .
3:30 Methodist I
p. m. .
1 E 1 1 ,
en's Sunday School Class ONE 24-oz. JAR DEEP SOUTH 1 ,
Christmas Party, Fellowship Strawberry Preserves. 1 I I 1 1 1 4

Hall.Sunday.7:30: Dec.p. m.15 Church GOOD THRU BCCCMBER UT i New Flavor-Saver Top i Vacuum Pack, Coffee_ ; Blue or WhiteDETERGENT i Detergent.., Save 6# On '

School, 945; a. m. Morning iTj ANY WINN-DIXIE!!! : ,
13' 1 1 Astor Coffee Maxwell House 1 1 Blue Cheer I' Tissue '
Worship 11 a. m. Snack sup- Delsey .-{
per for MYF. 6 p. m. Evening ..
Worship, 7:30: 1>- m. 11-LB 1 t 1 1 GT. I t GT I 1 :;,

leyan Monday.Sub-District Dec. 16 MYF-meets Wes- 51 Extra& 1 1'1 CAN 1 1 I 1-LB, 1 1 BOX 1 BOX 1 1 2 ;: .

in White Springs, 7:30: p. m. \WTH THIS ; SAVE ; CAN ; ;
Tuesday. Dec. 17 Executive -
8 8 9
I9 I 10 1 t 1 I
Committee of WSCS ONE EXTRA 1 I, SAVE I, I, ROLL
meets 9:30: a. m. WSCS I Gleam I ,/ 1 10 1 1 ,

monthly Scout gram meeting Pack business 70 10 meeting a.and m. pro-Cub in AT.OOO ANY THi O C> : I ,. :,. t 1 I 1 ,, PKG. *, ,1:

l u ;f.'L *
Fellowship Hall. 7:30: p. m ._ m r== Limit' one with $5.00 order or more Jjmit 1 with $5.00.orderor*\ more Limit 1* with $5.00 order or more Unit 1 with $5.00 order or more Limit 2 with $5. order or morf :-.;.
Wednesday. Dec. 18 .. ;
Prayer Meeting and Bible -
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Study, 7 p. m. Chancel Choir '
rehearsal, 8 p- m.
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ITYVYVYVY yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyVYVYY I I! Library Site BACK WITH I I I. !
OUR FEET Funeral Services I vVTVYVvvYYTyVyyyTVy1 Burwell Witherspoon in Santa V. Slade recently. I

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS I Election Set ON THE GROUND I l Held Monday Ana, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Clark I
.MELROSE Richard
Spurlock of Green- and Mrs. Doyle Langford an-1
For TuesdayA I II For J. H. Tullis bank, W. Va spent a few days: 1
By George LaRue is .to provide the opportunityfor children spent Thursday with
By Miry K. Schwf&i I I with his parents air. and
,The KEYSTONE INDIANS young men to, test their By Sirs. Alice Rothhammer Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Stinson.
special election ,,to deter- deserved a much better fate I I abilities.their imagination Joseph Hubert Tullis. 90. o! Mrs. Tom Spurlock.Mr. .
mine where the proposed new I Keystone -Heights died last ivy 'vVYYvvyyyyyyyyyyy1Mrs. and Mrs., Gene Court-
than their 4-6-0 record indi and to. develop their minds to TRINITY EPISCOPAL
Keystone Library will \be builtis cates. With the exception of grasp the changing conditions Friday morning in-St. August- Agnes Hanks and Raymond ney and chillren and Mr. and
EYE WILLS L ABLE. possible., slated for Thursday Dec.19 CHURCH MELROSE
j BUNNELL and BALDWIN tine afttr an extended illness. D. Hanks were married Mrs. Junior Courtney of
and thinkin
adjust ,
BLIND TO SEE AGAIN In order to win this race at City Hall. I
I the INDIANS equi! and Born in Wisconsin on Sept. Saturday afternoon, Dec. 7, at Gainesville, ).rr. and Mrs. Ray
were to while their feet on
This week, the following with time the. Keystone post Voters will be given a on Holy Days 10 a. a.. Holy
26 Hobbs of
1873 he
had -
been resident St.
or superior to any of the move. To have the Coach ; a Faith Presbyterian Church Petersburg, and!
persons have added their office will be open until 5:30 choice of "for or against" the i : Sundays 10
Mr. Church
of and a. m.
< Keystone Heights for with Rev. James R. Neale Jr.i Floyd Courtney
the other teams they facedin
send in 90% of the plays s ,
names to the ever-growing p. m., six days a week. Monday town cf Keystone leasing city :. I
the ST. JOHNS RIVER both and frus. 15 years and was a memberof officiating. The church was sons of Newberry spent i School 11:45 a. m. Morning
list cf donors to, the North through Saturday, until property to Clay County f rthe'
the last weekend
Community Church. with Prayer and
CONFERENCE.To trating for the boys on the decorated with poinsettias, Mr and Sermon (FirstCommunion
Florida Bank for Restoring Christmas. building will takea
Eye ,
Surviving is his widow Mrs. Jerry Stinson.Mr. .
those seniors and other field. The PLAYERS are the I holly and pink camellias. Sunday Holy ]. 9
Lou.You advised to five-
Sight: .Mrs. Mildred are use majority of the voters to
members, who have played weaknesses and shortcomings Anne J. Tullis. of Keystone This is the annual Week of and Mrs. Billy Stinson
p.m. Episcopal Young Church-
ise Logsdon, Miss Marcia L. cent stamps on Christmas enact.If .
their last I Funeral services were held Prayer for Foreign Missions and children of Dunedin. Mrs. I I II
game, may we say best judges of the opponent'coHtgh men.
Ilaberstroh. Charles H. Newman cards, and include re- votes "for" the
a person I
at 3 Rena White and
in the Mr. and
"well done. MEN." The ability School Football could P. m. Monday sponsored by the Women's Mrs. ,
Mrs. Dorothy C. ewturn address and ZIP code library, then a further cho'icof Community Church of W. O. Stinson of I Communion
Key- Gainesville !
and courage you displayed well sink to the level of Missionary Union of Eliara
No 32656 the very The Rev. Jean
envelopes. i
man. Mrs. Irene M- Brault on three sections of the City Chance
stone the I
with Dr A. C spent
Heights week-
under adverse conditions and "LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL Baptist Church. A joint meeting '
Lionel R. Brault, Debra Ann In mailing cards, please sort Park is given on the ballot.A Holt end with Mr. Vicar..
handicaps. will long be re- officiating. of the WMU and brother- and Mrs. Jerry
the ;
Biault, Catherine A. Brault, them into out of town and plurality of votes cast for Stinson i
Burial in the Mr. anl i
Keystone Mrs. Gene
membered by all of us who call turn of the hood was held Tuesday night.
every gam :
Mrs. Oeorgina M. Betts, Mrs. local bundles. This is a great particular corner of the I
Heights under direction !
Sealej -
Cemetery and Mrs I
A. J. Cicen.
fool- This
saw you perform on the and over-manage to the group has set $600 as
\ point
Diane Joel Brault time-saver for the offica will determine the library
Brault A. post park -
and Tony Brault. staff. site. The three sectionsto ball field. where it is. no longer 'any fun !. of DeWitt CJones I their goal of giving for I I Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Mc. I II II
Funeral Home. Cracken of Atlanta I
To Stefan BROKAS. a 14 for the kids to play the game. I foreign m1Ss ons. The week Ga. were ,II I
They. are giving, in some Miss Tillis also advises us be voted onare, :_,the south- I I
year old giant, one of the LET, THE BOYS MAKE Active, pallbearers were Ro-i will end with a service Sun- i recent guests of the Francis I;
future time, the gift of sight to insure parcels for addition- west, northwest and northeast I i
al of mind. finest football prospects In THEIR OWN MISTAKES maine Foster, Harold Lawl'encyJohn -\ day night, Dec. 15, at which Chiappini family. j I I
to some one who not peace year, corners.
may I the STATE, go our sincerest '2. FOOTBALL HELMETS Hammond, Dr. John time Mrs. Fred Laughon of J. J. Gi11e n spent a couple\ !j I
otherwise see. Already, there the postal service has to dispose The, southeast corner of I
Davis, J. O. Habson and Bill of days with sister j
wishes for continued succeSs .. Here is an area that Gainesville will speak con- his Mrs. L. I!
who of.O\'er half million is not the ballot
ale about 300 persons' a a the park: on i Reynolds. C. i
We shall watch with cerning a recent trip to Colley Warner Robins,
your progress needs re-examination I several I
wereblind two years ago,but parcels which they are unablecan because the tennis court lies
with great deal of interest to the of their foreign mission LfriR1JflfiT4
a more thought given Ga.Mrs.
see today-and they owe to deliver or return because there. and the library could .
and personal satisfaction. Shock- Keystone Cagers I fields. Johnny Newson of
iheir sight to cornea trans of poor: packaging or incor- not be built without tearingup ShockAbsorbing, '
STEFAN may not be with us Dissipating qualities rather Winners of the Melrose I I Hartsvffle, S. C. spent severa: Give Something
plants performed at the North rect addressing. the courts. Win Opener Lose I I with
I next His Dad's occupa- than the RAM-ROD piece of Duplicate days her sister. Rita Tiller !- i
Bridge Club for
Florida Bank at the J. You are asked to buy I
Eye yourstamps The "library .election" had
tion may force him to move head gear now in use. Second Game i i'Keystone last week include ,the follow- and Mr- and Mrs. M. C. I PracticalNE'W
Hillis Miller Health Center, in large lots to avoid been slatel for November, but ii I
elsewhere. FOOTBALL 3; FOOTBALL SHOES -, !i ing: Mrs. Paul Johnson and King. I
... or at the District 35-A Lions waiting in line. was postponed because resi- I
t Miami. PLEASE SAVE THOSE SCOUTS. put this in your we believe that HIGH TOP won its opening I! Mrs. Frank Hubbard. first Mrs. Catherine Davis of I
Eve Bank in dents pr tested the site chosen -
The purpose of the Florida CANCELLED STAMPS by the City Council. file \ BROKAS should be SHOES with rounded -cleats basketball game against'Crescent -{ place; Mrs. R. W. Becker and Jacksonville ,was the guest of :

Foundation for the Blind, of Mrs, David Nelson of the ALL STATE at TACKLE or should be made mandatory City. 61-46. last Friday!I Mrs- Philip Kr mer, second Mr. and Mrs. John Hutch-

which every Florida Lion is a Clay County Hospital Auxiliary if he can develop some run- equipment for High School but lost to Bunnell. 60-47.' place; Mrs. Roland Bryan and inson for a few days last

member. is to step into any asks all Keystoners to Keystone f LionsSet ning speed, ALL STATE at Teams. LOW CUTS have no Tuesday night.Aiainst Mrs. William, Davie, third week.

area where local funds are continue saving cancelled t Turkey ShootThe FULLBACK by his junior practical place in High School Crescent City the I place; and Mrs. L. Pridgen Mr. and Mrs. Ben Reddick ECONOMY

exhausted and pay for emergency stamps and put them in the year With hands that can competition. We have beeii Indians led only 23-21 at I and Mrs. Maiy Cook, and Mrs. I of Gainesville were recent visitors -

treatment having to* d, "Stamp Bank" at the post Keystone Lion's Club span the football from nose persuaded to conclude that halftime. but broke open the j G. M. Allen Jr. and Mrs. Ray i of Mr. and Mrs. Mack ,

with the low cuts are a major contri- with a big third-quarter i Starnes tied Alderman.Mr. i CHAMPION !
with sight. office. With a little processIf will sponsor a Turkey Shooton to nose an arm game for fourth place

you woull like to Join! the ing and a lot of work, these Saturday. Dec. 21, from 10a. 'accuracy of a rifle ., i plus buting 'factor to ANKLE IN- to build an 11-point lead A Christmas program will ant Mrs. A. W Yeoman I ,_ _--A.L-J. '

ranks of eye-will signers, stamps may be resold and the m. until 4 p. m. at the Key- his potential 220 pound. 6'3" JURIES. starting the final period. be, presented by Junior and and daughter spent last week-<

kindly call George Schaeffer money used for needed hospital stone Lumber Co. frame, will make hn a bi? 4. We believe that most of Jim McMurtry scored 22 of Senior Choir Sunday evening and with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. I, 8

I of the Keystone Heights Lions equipment. With Christmas Each shot will cost $1 and man in anybody's league. the Football injuries are developed Keystone's 61 points, white Dec. 22. at Faith Presbyterian Yeoman in Jacksonville '! .

I Club. at 473-4127. and he will I coming, this is an Ideal there will be 10 shooters to From our Observation Post; in practice. Present Cooper and David Schaeffer Church. It will be directed b/ Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Chester. FOUNTAIN PEN i

provide you with literature. time to save stamps for this each turkey. this football season, we returned day high school football 10. Mrs. W. A. Wallace.Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Baker : ,

CIVIL DEFENSE worthwhile project. Lion's with some provacative might take under considera- McMurtry also led Tuesday and Mrs. A. J. Wither- and children of Quincy spent ONLY
Publicity ChairmanBill
ACTIVITIES After you have opened your Beam said the Lion's are thoughts' and opinions. > tion the use.of specially con- night with 20 points, while spoon are spending six weeks last weekend with Mr. and sl.79S

Ray Chance, head of ,th* mail, cut or tear the cancell- also selling fruit cake for $1 1., We: believe that High I I structed practice uniforms.To Cooper and S haeffer made with Mr. and Mrs. Tom With- Mrs. W. H. Allen and family.Mr. .

Clay County Civil Defense ed stamp from the corner of a pound for eye bank aid. and School football belongs to the stifle the "HUE AND nine each. erspoon in Chula Vista, Calif., and Mrs. O. H. demons COSTS LESS TO BUY

Unit, and his group were busy the envelope, allowing a half- light bulbs for $2 a packageare Boys There should, be no I CRY" that the cost would be In other games the Cres- and Mr. and Mrs. Jack With-/ of Whitehouse spent Monday COSTS LESS TO USE!

during November, with some inch margin on each side. Do available, with proceeds "PLAY CALLING" from the prohibitive, may we point out cent B team edged out the erspoon and Mr. and Mrs. with Mr. and Mrs. J. H Brit- Perfected Lever.fill action,

of the more important activ{. not try to unglue the stamp. going towards sight conserva bench. If young men in high that "SAFETY IS SERIOUS I Keystone juniors 29-28 last ton. proven dependable' by mil
school are not ready to make BUSINESS." and when Friday and the Keystone lions of users'
lives including: standing Incidentally some of the ; Mr. and Mrs. James A. I
by during CAPCD: stamp money has been going tion.Lion decisions playing the.. GAME weighed in relationship to the girls 29-28 to Bunnell in an Beach spent the weekend at* Brown and children, and Mrs. 0 Choice of 4 colon'

defense alert on Nov. 10; attoward nursing scholarships Club members donated OF. FOOTBALL then, WS: "DOLLAR" the answer shouldbe overtime game Tuesday night. their cottage here. Kathleen Kelley and chillren S Famous Renew points!

tending meeting at Green for "Candy at 10 pints of blood last month ALL HAVE CAUSE TO WOR self-evident. We. invite W. D. Gornto Sr. has not Joey and Mary Collen of Tallahassee fine. medium or broad
Stripers" ; Clay to a resident of
Cove Springs regarding mass Memorial Hospital. So PLEA- I Club Estates Keystone RY. One of the fundamental your comments. Address them I YYYYY.YY.YYYYYYYYYGRANDlN been feeling too well this spent last weekend Unconditionally guaranteed
that has lu- i
feeding of polio oral vaccine, SE don't throw those cancelled kemia. benefits of the game itself. to Sports Editor. : week. with Rev. and Mrs. Jean Guarantied pInt 6efictlvl
Nov. 13; inspection of _ex- Mrs. Annie Sikes. Mrs. Rosa Chance. The adults attendedthe matenals ind workmanship. FMlepair
away, Guest speaker at the Lion's of replacement, send pen
Brantley, and Miss Ollia
Navy base at Green Cove WOULD ,YOU LIKE S UF-FSU game on Satur- and Z5c: for kindling. to Cjttrook. .
Springs for possible emergency meeting Monday was John at a surprise birthday party met after, a Covered Dish Gornto were in Starke on .Camdtn 1, H J.

shelters Nov. 14; and TO HAVE MIDGE? Byrd. Byrd proposed a community for Mrs A. A. Brainerd at the Supper ,on Tuesday/ Dec.. 3. in By Charleyene"BrantleFA&AA&A&A&&AAA&&AAAA&. Wednesday visiting Alverta day.Mr.. and Mrs Roy Samson, ea f,.
Members of the Junior Memorial Building for Brainerd home. The Brain- the hall Plans were made to \ Gornto- V' II
at Polia Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Samson
standing by
,.ce et"Woman's I love 't'
Memorial Hospital in Green Club have been Keystone. .backed by all civic erds are now owners of the sponsor/a? T blood )bank in the ''Mr. and Mrs." Weldon Mr. and...Mz's, Rosa.P. Archer and Mrs. Stephen Ashley and ya, %
sewing on doll clothes for a organizations.was former Weld home. There future. of EsferQuaeyrit. "'
wasa near Mametta Ohio arrived -
Cove Springs for first doses son visited Mr. and Mrs. R.
Midge Brantley celebrated their 56th I ,,
of vaccine. ;: Doll, which will be amoneymaking beautiful birthday cake and Choir Practice is held every Sunday to visit Mrs. Archer's H. Samson in Largo recently
Wedding Anniversary sun-
The following ) project to support delicious refreshments to ac- Tuesday morning at 9 a. m.. on aunt, Mrs. Margaret Stuart
emergency day, Dec. 8, with a small reception Mrs. Ella Brown and Mrs
their cottage at Sunland in
keeping with the
em- company it. Guests includedMr. and each Sunday at 11 p. m. for a few days. ...
calls were made or assisted 1 Training Center, and their blems of Masonry, but the and Mrs. Brainerd. .Mr. COMMUNITY CHURCHThe at ,their home. Those I Nancy Bass of Gainevsillt1 from America'First_ PtnwakHBradford

in with during heart attack.November DOA Man Nov. scholarship fund. Wouldn'tyour Star officers put a little fun and Mrs. Charles Titus. 'Col. Women of the Community enjoying the occasion during PARAN BAPTIST CHURCH visited their niece, Mrs. Glynn ..... T--; ltl !V -

favorite little girl like and laughter into the skit the afternoon were Mr. and Rothhammer and family
standing by for possible! as David Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Church met Dec. 21 I GRANDIN, FL%.
drowning, St. John's River, to have a Midge Doll with a presented by the Star points I Welker C. Bbon, Mr. and for their general monthly I I Mrs. Raymond Padgett Mrs. Thursday. ]

Nov. 6; woman with heart complete wararobe? Midge Miss Dorothy Alvarez of the Mrs. Bernard Slocomb, Mrs. program and business meet- Ruth Childress, of Florahome. Sunday School 10 a. m. Mrs. Cecil Harris of Welaka CountyTELEGRAPH

attack. Nov 17; removed will bef.given away at Belote's Starke OES Chapter, actingas Margaret Hall, and James j i Ink. 'Mrs. WilliamVdIZ.. presided -: Mrs, Ruth 'Reed Of. Lake Morning Worship, 11 a. m. was the guest of her parents. I

crate from head of children's at noon on Dec. 21. You ma? grand auctioneer very Packard. j and Mrs. A. C. Holt led Swan, Mrs. Rosa Brantley.Mrs. .I Training Union, 6:45 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason I

puppy. Nov. 19; auto accident: give.om: 50 cents donationson cleverly found five members Mrs. fargaret Hall and her the devotionals.( ,Annie Sikes, Mrs. Ella I Evening Service, 7:30: p. m. Saturday.Mr. .
member of the Junior who had 'I Belisario Warren Brantley. Prayer Meeting Wednesday and Mrs. Ross Bass and
on Road 21, Nov. 20; assisted any something to auctionoft uncle, James Packard. have I William Warren assisted in !
Club. These five symbolic items rented the Pangborn Cottage Mrs. Susie Gornto, .Mr. and I 7:30 p.m. children of, Bunnell visited'
woman with broken nose and operating the movie projector "
face lacerations Nov. 23; EASTERN STAR CHAPTER were in keeping with the Masonic on Lakeview Drive for the I with films on World Neigh- Mrs. ,Eugene Brantley of II i her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J 'L

possible drowning at Black Worthy Matron Phyllis emblems and found winter. They had originally I bors a program of the United Grandjn; Rebecca Brantley of I

Creek. Nov. 28; death mess- Hussey opened the regular ready. buyers 'rji'e ,monetary planned to winter further Church Women to provide education Keystone Heights and Mr .

age to resident of Keystone semi-monthly business meet- rewards, plus a check from south, but after a few daysin and training for less,. and Mrs. Frank Smith and KEYSTONE! HfIGHTS.. MELROSE! !

Lake, Nov. 30; fire near Hill- ing of the OES Chapter with i the proceeds of tne Taste the Intended locality, they fortunate people of the world. I family of Twin Lakes.

crest Nov 30; auto accident I a presentation of Grand! Supper held last month were decided that Keystone was Miss ,Gertrude Houser has I Mrs. Edith Bishop of Gain '

intersectipn of Highways 21 Chapter awards to six officers turned over to Worshipful best after all because the been appointed 1st vice presi- I esville was visiting Mrs. 1ia'

and 100, Nov. 30. who had achieved a certificate Master W. Leon Ownbey for people are more friendly.A dent of the Women 'of the' I Belisario' Sunday -afternoon. II III BUSINESS I DIRECTORYREAL ,

TilE ANNUAL RACE for special study and the Masonic; building fund. large number of duPont Church and will arrange pro- j J. C. Weeks of Charleston.S. '

HAS STARTED work of the Order. The Chapter Christmas employees and their wives en- grams for the monthly .meet' C. spent the Thanksgiving -

Postmaster Gladys Tillis This being Master Mason program will be helJ pee. 17. joyed a'lovely Christmas party ings., She fills the vacancy weekend with his family in ,i APPLIANCEST I MILLWORK ESTATE

expects another record volume night, the business was accelerated when each officer-will havea given by Mr. and Mrs. A. D. caused by resignation of Mrs Grandin. I i

of Christmas mail and to allow time for friend as her i1i st. Then [Doc and Dot] Vincent in I i Robert Hendry. Johnny Mikell of' Jacksonville V Service

reminds everyone that early greeting the Masters of Mel- has been a change in the program their attractive new home in I: Mrs. Bernard Slocomb gavel I Ia spent Thanksgivin' lay Center Keystone C. J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR

shopping and mailing benerose Lodge 89 of the Grand I of. gift exchange. The Orange Park on the St. Johns;j report of the meeting that with his parents Mr. and I

fits the local economy, as well Jurisdiction of Florida. Twen Chapter will 'this year' remem- River, on Saturday evening,I j: she and Mrs. Walz attended Mrs. Harry Grainger. J. R. TIDES, Proprietor Millwork Shop

as the post office departtyeight Master Masons were ber children who ri amonj Dec. 7. This Saturday even in Gainesville under the Mrs Jack Deal and daughter -, Authorized Motorola Philco

ment. She asks that ZIP Code greeted by the officers In a the ,less .fprtunate! : .,,nd members ing, Dec. 14. the DuPont Staff I I. United- Church Women's of Georgia were visiting I Sales and Service CABINETS DOORS REAL ESTATE

numbers be used whenever courtesy salute. asked to '.$ring a gift will hold their annual Christ Council. Mrs. David Nelson Mrs. Ella Belisario on SemceODAU1akesTV WINDOW

S The Courtesy, as presented. in Christmas wrapping mark- mas dinner at the Starke also reviewed the program Thanksgiving day. FRAMX3 !MORTGAGES APPRAISALS

ed for boy or girl and the age. Country Club with their and plans as projected at the Among the weekend visitors RADIO STEREO SCREENS
Hostesses for, 'the _* social I !' Work Guaranteed Trim Materials Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4287
wives as guests.Mr. Executive Board of the Stateof at the home of Mrs. Callie'I -TV Rentals

S hour refreshments of the Dec. and Mrs. Everett Fox I Florida Church Women Rye and Mrs. Vira Herring f Keystone Heights, 473-4651 Sash Ms4 T. Orfer

3 meeting, wee jlAzel McKay: and Mr. a'nd Mrs H. L. Mor- and the Florida Council of were Bob Smith of Jacksonville -j ,

Gertrude Houser Martha gan Jr. attended the Harvest Churches at Fort Lauderdale, Mr. and Mrs. John Her- ( Keystone HeIghts 473-42S5 I Winifred H.CRAWFORD

Tyre, ,Dorothy Koons. and Ball in Jacksonville on Friday Nov. 18-19. ring and girls} of GamesVille, 'AUTO SERVICETerrell's. ; I .;

Ruth Mitchell, evening Dec. 6. Plans were announced 'for and Jimmy Rye and Debbie NURSERY
Tom Finley was re as
S We to hear that at 6:30 Lanier of Palatka.
are sorry the family dinner : p.
still undergoing tests at the
WHO'STHIS I Col. Stanley A. Rising of m. on Dec. 11. This will ben Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Tyreof Nursery Stock Thousands Of
1 Veterans Hospital in. ..LaCI :
S City. Members are asked to Santa Fe Shores Is hospitalized covered dish dinner with the Sanford were visiting Mr. Floats & Fruit Trees, To Eeg Real Estate Broker

: 1 i remember him with cards. in Jacksonville, seriouslyill circles of Mrs. J.. U. Perry and and Mrs. Eugene Brantleyand Gulf Service Choose From. Nice Shade Trees, LeJco Properties Acreaf .
GUYJOLSON- Mrs. David Nelson as hostesses. family last Sunday.
|I. Miss Cleva Carson has been New tt Used Tires Evergreens g Landscape Ranches -' Business Cttj
Clarence Ritchey arrived A program is being planned Mrs. Ruby Rosson returned -
S a patient in Bradford County From $3.0d Up AH Sizes Plants. AH In Homes Ratal
; : Hospital for the past two from his home town in Port- by the Youth, Group witha to her home in Frankfort, (Containers, Plant
Lubrication Batteries
S ? weeks, having suffered a age, Pa- last Saturday for & Christmas theme. Ky. on Thursday after spending Acoes., Anytime. See Our Plants For -WI Take A Personal Intend

i i heart attack on Decj 1. I visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jo On 'Dec- ,16 the Church! several weeks with Mrs. OPEN 7 A. JL 7:30 P, M. Quality. Let Us Do ToorLandscaping. In Tour Requirements*

iHe's i i FRIENDS OF UBRARY seph Dey and children. Mr. Women's ,Circles, jWill hold a j Margie Stuart. Keystone Heights, 4W-427d .

: Friends of, the Library met Ritchey is Mrs. Dey's father. covered dish luncheon at 12 j Mr. and Mrs. Bob Strick Midway: Keystone Height .

I In the library room on Lawrence NEWS FROM ST.VIL1IAM'S noon in the educational build-1' land and son of OrmondCOSMUNITY I O. C. Carnes Nursery
I AUTO STORE U&rca.fflwy .
ing. The two night circles -
i Blvd. Monday :evening j :

i Dec. 2. C. A. Titus was appointed -I I Catechism Classes for all I Nightingales and Rebeccas, CIIURPB 23 ML East Of Starke On 21-Open Sanaa/I..

:: president, replacing I I children of the parish in, I II have been -.1nvited\ join. All ., KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I Iliry 100 At Florahome.
grades 1-6 held in Starke members are asked to bringtheir Western Auto GR 6-281
Mrs. Agnes Strong who resigned I are Business Phone 6M- 665

singing 'cause he's happy! His after accepting a position I at St. Edward's Hall from 10J own table service. This ,Sunday School. 9:30: a. a.1 Associate Store Residence Phone 6845520Ngbt11meaud7tom. j J

just to teach in the Keystone,., to 11 a. m. each Saturday t is the annual meeting of all I':Morning Worship, 11 a. m. '
pop opened a savings account at The circles which time Mrs.Holt r .
School. Mrs. morning. at S E.
Elementary Youth
;: ; Fellowship, 7 and 7:30 McKay Realtor
Keystone State Bank for his college ed Joseph! Dsy was appointed;( St. William's Holy Name I. .will lead.the devotionals, 'p..m. Auto Appllanj Accessories or Small I f i- -
I treasurer to fill the in and Mrs. Helen Titus will read Tires,
will meet the
j jrleft t Dr. Albert C. Holt 'mInIster 14 Lots
( : Batteries. RESTAURANTS I Lake Lilly $3504
ucation. In case he rates the late Mrs. Nan } a Christmas story.
a scholarship- by ]I Churcn. Sunday, DeeP 15, atj I t.Mrs. George Canova, organist *
.1 I Muir. |,7p.m. Members are most 'grat full: Sporting Good, Bicycles. Terms 16 Lots Sunset Lake
i and choir
his director Mrs. Wm. *
pop can buy a new car. J: IMPORTANT ELECTION I j! 'This: Saturday; Dec. ,14. the to.Mrs. Nettie Stltchberry for I Warren church secretary.ST ; Sopplks.KEYSTONE Hardware. Paints, Garden Beildler's 82775. Terms Investment tra U
f i The Friends of the Library I Catechism Classes of children I her untiring efforts In the

1 wish to remind the voters of I Grades, 1-6 will have a I successful fund-raising party ANNE'S EPISCOPAL HEIGHTS Holiday Inn large enough for several lot r

r Keystone Heights of the comIng \ Christmas party' after- class. I' held last month. CHURCH KEYSTONE r RestaurantFormd1 access to wide sandy beach.

[ Library Election on at 11 a. m., in St. Edward's
IMEIUF I Thursday Dec. 19. Please read Hall. The party is sponsoredby FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH SundayS- Morning Prayer,*.FLORIST Use for recreation white held.

I 1 the bulletin board at the ,City Edward's, Altar Society. KEYSTONE 'HEIGHTS Holy Eucharist ChurCh', Lawrence's Dinette lug for investment. E-Z Terms.

Hall or the Post Office to i' Children from St, William'sare ,Sunday School ,9:45 a. m. School and Sermon 9:30 'a, i 2 BR CB furnished cottage .a
P I I c learn the pertinent facts in .invited being part of the Edna William! I OOSIPLETELY: REMODELED
KIflTOI NLHflhitLv I Morning Worship, 10:50: a. m. m. Evening Prayer and EYC,.
_a-4fli W1Iv [ this election.SOCIETY class. Also parents and preschool Training Union. 6:15: p. m- ;, 7p.m. \ OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLY leautiful Lake natehlnsoa

Sirs. Brainerd AND PERSONALS children, are Invited. Evening service.. 7:30; p. m.._ Weekdays Daily MGtnln FLORIST NURSZETFLOWERS Fun Dinners Ltmehes $7,000. Terms. (
ComplimentedOn t Each "child to attendance
Mid-Week: Prayer Service :Prayer, 8:30 a. m. Dafiyj
| Ala
Tuesday even1n -. Dec. !i I asked to gift Carte Italian Foods
bring a 25c fci 'I'
____ 3. Mrs. Alma Frost and Mrs. exchange.St. I Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Ralph | :Evening Prayer, S p. m. HolyiEucharist. \ Fr Afl Occaa1eaercse Block North cf Red Light Keystone Height. 'n, I
Copeland. Minister of Music :
ii- Wednesdays, 10 I
Dav1 Nelson were hostesses: William's Catholic Club i and Cho'-r Director. i m. a'i I! Phone: OR 5-2331 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 475-4816 \



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I ly if the United States should 1.both social and political, were,I been the same everywhere. property around Lake AT?. nie Forsyth Smith to F. E. 22. east $1,000.L. FIRST BAPTIST
Letters Lands Tell (
From .
Foreign withdraw its support. This is called off on Friday, the day I! People all.over town are displaying -i and State St. in Lawtey $1.-. and Effie G- Shenenhon pro K_ and Maybelle White- CHURCH

the reason the people of West I of the assassination. I Colombian flags, some i 700. perty in section 28. township head to Elden W.' and BettyS.

i Of Grief At President's DeathThe Germany wer so grieved and "Friday night. before I : with black nbbqn.. some ati i Harriette G- Pomoroy as 6, range 22 east $1,000. Mathews, lot 2, block 3 of 15 Sermons for Sunday. Dec.
Morning, "Jesus,
shaken by the, tragic death of\ beard the news, I went..t a halo mast, and some as administrator of James Wiltha Hilliard. a widow, Bessent Manor, Unit 1, 1400. "
I bunt-I Light of The World.
shocked and saddened the people of West Germany President Kennedy Mrs. school dance at the castle. At 1 ing. Within an hour Horsby estate to James D-- and heirs of C, L. Hilliard to D- D. D. Builders Inc. of
reaction of people in West I''at the news is easy to imagine Whiffen believes \ about 8:30: an announcer j.I news was final, therewis! ai i and Priscilla Ann Ricks Jr., I Dale and Margaret A. Camp- Jacksonville to George F. and I [John 1:6-9: Evening "Th" w.

Germany the news of the in view of the fact that Following is Miss Smith's stopped the band and made! man selling U. S. and Colom-j property in section 27 town- bell, lots 45, 46, 51, 52. 61, Lydia C. Wolfred [Jr.], lot i Night Jesus Was Born ur

assassination of President they realize their continued description of the reaction of the news known to the stu : bia flags in front of the embassy i- ship 6 range 22 east, 8000. and 62; plus lots 3, 4. and 5 14, block 3 of Saratoga I r [Luke 2l20rSchedule ..

dents. black ribbon at- James and Martha R. of Woodlawn in sections 20 i of regular -
Kennedy *as vividly described -' freedom depends on the students at Heidelberg to the No one could believeit. with Heights 10000. services

,by Miss Shl Anne. strength of the United States. tragic news: For at least three minutes tached. Many Colombianscancelled Moore to Joseph N. and Sandra and 29 on township 5'south, Cris and Sanatha Stephenson I : Worship Sunday, 11

I I there was a deadly silence. all social functions!iI L. LeClair part of lot 2, range 2 east $12,000. and Dr. Charles Wvand i a. m., 7:30 p. m. Sunday
Smith currently studying at In commenting on I: "The news of, PresidentKennedy's I
:I I People just stood around I and the embassy will no bte block 12 of Gaskins Additionto Gene Andrews to W. ,D. .'
School 9:45
the I II I Dorothy Stephenson 'to Dr. a. m. Training
University of HeIdelberg.I Wayne Whiffen, a native of ] death shook the __ _
in a letter to her parents: Germany and now a residen I very foundations of Ger- looking at the walls, into nothing able to attend any for 30 days. Starke. $3,766. and Glenda P. Annrews,'Pr Frederec B. Cothren M. D., Union, 6:15 p. m. Prayer
I and then finally at It has been almost unbeliev- Guy and Elizabeth S. An- perty In section 22, J.l '
All of block 10 section 8,
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Shi of Service Wednesday 7:30
that the :
I Starke. : :
says peo- many-or so it appeared to p. ,,
able the esteem shown drews to Judson L. Lloyd, lot '
Smith of Starke. ple of Berlin know they would\ each ether. The dance was : high 6 south, range 20 'east $ township 7 south range 20 I
me. People were crying in then called off. for President Kennedy and 4, block B of Cypress Beach, Keystone Gas Utilities Co. I east in m.THE
The grief and concern of be overrun by Russia instant- the streets and aU functions, ". Brooker 4000. I
"Walking home, the first the United States. 2800. to Harold and Bessie Mitchell,I RIGHT POINT fw the

newspapers were just coming I Ira H. and Helen F. True lot 14, block 2, Keystone Es- 1 way you write. Come in and

out, and people were stand- i to Glen B. and Marlene R- tates, $2,700.tommie Esterbrook Cartridge and 1 I select your favorite ESTER.I -

ing five abreast in line to Property Sales Crawford. property in section I H. and Beatrice C. Fountain Pens $1.95 $%.95 -.I BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE

get one. 2, township 6 south, range 22'I Futch to A D. and Marian 135 at The !TELEGRAPH. GP.APH.PH .

ctnc "Saturday morning all of east $11,800.Lois L. around I
( Crosby, property ,
Heidelberg was in mourning. Are ListedProperty E. Adkins to Lester T Adams and Lafayette: St. as .

People I had never known Crews, west one-half of lots
.%,.... 1. shown on J- D. Alvarez Ad-
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< .' stopped me on the street and 5 and 7. block 16 of the Original I IiBRADFORD
dition to Starke, 22500.
said how sorry they were. Yes, sales recorded in Town of Starke, 20000.
Raiford W. and Ruby G.
he. was quite a man in Germany Bradford County for October: Mamie L. Johns, a widow;
I Brannen to Lonnie H. and
bI'ovorings4A6 -a legend. All flags -,|i and December are listed be- I Ura Lee Johns. single: and Beatrice C. Futch property

and there were tnanywere. low. The value of the property Dudley Land Kathleen
insection 22, township 6 south,
flying at half mast. is figured from tax: stamps Johns, property in section 2\\},
..- ,.'.. ..' -<'. to range 22 east 12500.
"Tnen, on the following affixed deeds.J. township 6 south, range 22
MAKE E. and Eloise Garrison to, T. Jand Effie Aldermanto
Monday night there was a east, 26500.
; ? ; Ollie and Lola Williamson
torchlight ceremony in his Band P. Inc, property in section L. J. and Audrey Kite and

'. honor, similar to the one 1, township 6, range 21 Alice Kite, a widow, to John property in section 15, town-
; i ship 7, range 2 east, 1700.
.1 '.)." which took place in Berlin a east, $2,500.Mae ,j I E. Diggs, property in block 1
Fouraker Lumber Co. of
.4 4: i:1'r : few days before. The march J. Overstreet to Earl I south, range 22 east along Old Jacksonville to Albert J. and

r started at the University and M. and Alice L. Voyles, property : -' Lawtey Rd.. $1,000. NTflfNS
Rita M. Mercer lot 53 on
ended at the Ameiica House, in section 35, township I Wilmont Land Mary
Parkwood 16766.
I about a mile away. Around 8 south, range 22 east. $4,300. Kathryn Starling to ThomasV.

"",.,.,-. I 1,500 students took part and Sylvia May and Charles R and Louise C. Duck, property Dorothy Eugene Bryan, ?- _IIffI

.-, at the end of the march each Cox: to ''Dale single and Christine Kenneth _
,, eet5 : -4 ; s3 Richard May in .section 33, township '
oU ,, AT
student lots 13, 14 15, 16 in Block 13 heirs of Fannie Bryan :i
I Itdfl I threw his lighted 5 south, range 22 east, $7,500
and the heirs of William
torch into a massive bon fire of the Georgia-Southern and Leonard M. and Judith R.
Bessent and Lawrence D '
I in the street. There was no Florida Railroad survey of I Noegel to Charles R. and
,F the town of Hampton, $1,300. of Bessent to L. K. and Maybelle
laughter as one might expect Charlene H- Francis, part
Whitehead lots 2 and 4,
when this many students get Mary Ramos to Georgs lots 32 and 33 in block 5 of ,

together. but only solemn respect Kopelousos, property known Saratoga Heights, $11,800. block 3 of Bessent Manor,

for a man they all I held' as the Guidon Restaurant located Gretchen Vo ste and Robert 2700. \T

in the highest esteem." at 811 North Temple Pram to ,Donald Fred Mc-(! J. T. and Agnes Thomas

Ave., Starke. 20800. David, property in section R Wainwright to Joseph and

O. W. and Verna Mae Davis township 7 south, range 0 Martha W. Dorko, property in
A similar letter from
S to Arthur L. and Irene east, $9,500.Louise section 21, township 5 south
liam C. [Billy] Smith who
r Broskey property in section and Louis D. Gold- range 22 east 4000.
is employed by the Cities Ser:
29,' township 6 south, range stick to Robert W. Morris. Thomas E. and Anna M. TELEGRAPH '

Care Enough? give better ELECTRICALLY! vice Bogota Petroleum, Colombia Corporation, told his in 22 east 7600. property in section 13, town- Leibold to Thomas Patrick County .

parents here Mr. and Mrs.L. Roy W. and Ruby M. Tyr ship ,8 south. range 22 east. Gilhooly, property in section

This year, the NEW LOOK in gifts is ELECTRIC! Buying a gift; for any. F. Smith, of the reactionof to Merle L. and Marjorie E. 3000. 17, township 6 south. rang -. ,
when give better, electrically. Guesswork Packham, property in section Richard Collins and John a'.
one on your list b no problem you the people in that South ," .

i Lj eliminated because Electric Gifts are always popular...practical American country: 13, township south range .-=-.- .. ,.
...preferred! Deeply'appreciated because they make life easier...recrea- "We have all been in a 22 east, $3,000. ----

tta'more fun..and say again and again that YOU CARE ENOUGHl state of bewilderment and Cecil L. and Marjorie J. :

shock since the death of Douglas to Jackson's ,Muvt AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY ::

JUST A FEW:ELECTRIC GIFT SUGGESTIONS President Kennedy. From here Markets Inc, lots 6 and 7 of : ::
block 18 in
&e 1heqi today at your favorite store it appears to be the, most Livingston, Truoy .'. ",
and Co.'s
ludicrous piece of protection addition to Stark*. :
Food Mixers Radio,TV, Hi-Fi 30000.
Bed Coverings
Rotiaseries t' work in history. The local ..-...
S Blenders -. Fry Pans Sandwich Grills radio carried a running account Bertha and Glenn E. Mc- AUTO SALES & SERVICE BEAUTY SCHOOL FARM & INDUSTRIAL MUSIC\ SUPPLIES
Bottle Warmers Bait Dryers : '
0. Pads Shavers tst and we had one In the Intosh to Alonzo W. and Ko- A." .., ,
Broilers Heating i ') office. v *> toko Mary Paschal, part 'o! Culture'Girls '. uridley Music
Can ppeners Ice Cream Freezers Shoe PolibhersToasters _3bra \ Learn Complete Beauty ,<
tract 3-A of Mount Pleasanton
Carving Knives. Juice Extractors Qr "After it nappened, we LINCOLN MERCURY\ Women Men Central Tractor Co. Co. Inc. .

.'Casseroles Knife Sharpeners, Tooth Brushes watched the embassy flag Silver Lake $1,200. POMET FIAT METCOB Tuition Budgeted '

.. Clocks Lamps(Table&Floor) Vacuum Cleaners [we're across the street] go Victor and Jennie Divelia to Authorized Salea-Service FGRD TRACTORS 'w A
Coffee Makers Massage/Vibrators Waffie Baker-and for -' tQ half mast and the various Willie Coleman, 'part of lots FREE PLACEMENT Ford Farming Implements CENTRAL FLORIDA'S t ., .

'. Corn Poppers Meat Grinders that very special gift: ambassadors pay their r "- 1 and 2,..block 17, Livingston Parts Special Brush-Up Courses Agricultural Industrial Complete Music Store
: Tools ALL-ELECTRIC KITCHEN .Truby'' and /Co'6 'Sabflivisionv -. l ." !W 1 *> : Pianos by Baldwin, S
Deej Fat Fryers Power:? spects. The employees here Tei MecbaYJk-OOd: : Central Hajrstyling Complete Service & fans Dept' Clark L. ore1"i'.
$5,700. Henry Miller _
GET THIS 32-PAGE, .were obviously shaken so we Good Used Equipment .
i'hQo Z el FREE BOOKLET gave them the rest of the Nancy L. Knight to thp Used Can College 4488 N. W. 6th. Gainesville Fisehek .
flIt L )F f1.g.m.I 3t etediica!appliance stores.A afternoon off as well as th3 Bradford County Board 'of Barkley Motors PHONE 376-5430 Organs by Baldwin & CoDa ..

...AND ELECTRIC GIVING TOO Treasury of Christmas following Monday."It Public 'Instruction,: most cf 213 S. E. 1st. Gainesville Gibson & Gretch Guitars .... .
lots 13 and '14 of bldck; 35f 3764105BUILDING
Idea to lighten your work Amplifiers
has been fantastic to 615 N. Main GainesvilleB '
end brighten your hofida,. Peek's Addition to Starke, GARDEN SUPPLIES 1004 N. Main
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY see reaction in Colombia.We $4,000- -
went to the track on Sat- Gainesville Shopping Center .

HELPING BUILD FLORIDA urday morning and were be- Ernest D,-and Elsie L. Carl- & G Motors Co. SUPPLIES Johnson & Paris, Inc. ... '
... I ton to Nathan Dayton and
--- --- -- MOVER
I seiged by everyone expressingtheir Complete Line of
Vivien Jacobsen Beck.
sorrow to us. And it has pro- owiuc-owgioun
perty in section 32, township, McCoy Building SEEDSPLANTSmTumRS-
5 south 21 F-85 _HILLMAN Security Transfer.
range east, $9,000W. I ... .
:T.: and Margaret O. Supply Center Insecticide&-Pet Supplies & Storage Inc. .
Jackson to RL.. and Mae Sales and Service? j
LUMBER 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders"I "t .
Baker block 4 of J, M Johns '2001 N. W. IStfc. Rt 441 BUILDING SUPPLIESHARDWARE t .
subdivision $8.000. S 224 N. W. 8th Ave. FOGARTY BROS0TRANSFER \

Clara Mae Mathews ani PHONE 876-7315 No. Main and 23rd' Boulevard PHQNE 372-0476 Inc. ';
heirs of J. D. Mathews to .
BY CHEVROLET PHONE 372-4361 .Gainesville Fla. Local & Long Distance Moving
". Leonard L. and Evelyn Grant,
y Crang ,
I -Storage-Packing '
tract 8 of Mt- Pleasant sub Crane Motor Co. Gainesville
The kind of
goor VS-ou'd expect,
I division, 3000. INSULATIONROOFINGAll Phone 376-2666
from one of Chevy's great highway J. E. Wall Jr., and Haze]L. LARK ANCfLIA- 1040 So. Main Gainesville -

performers. Come on down and drive It. M. Wall to Raleigh and Rebecca I ENGLISH- -FORD- CEMENT American .

'4 .;.' ":;:;":::..,.".;,; ::.lf.::; ?#.. ;\;+".:"':::rii:;:::{1 15h?"',:'" of East Wise Lawtey.property 4500.in lot 10 MERCEDES BENZ -VOLVOAuthorized LINTELS STEPPING- WINDOW STONES"If SILLS Insulation & RoofingCO. NEON SIGNS : .. :.

_____ L. C. and Geneva Hilliard I .' Jeffcoat ;
Sales & Service It'a Cement We Cwt It- : '
i to Emory D. and Sarah Prances '
\ Cement New Roofs Shingles Neon Signs
Eunice property in section "Complete Servica for All

Thcklndotconlortyou'd _______ 19, township 5 south,, Precast Products or Built-Up NEON PLASTIC PAINTED ".
Blokes' .
1 Neon Designing Neon
22 Repair
range east. 6000.
expect In a large Interior. Boncile Griffis and heirsto 2033 N. E.27th Ave. Gainesville Roof Cleaning & Repairs Erecting Maintenance

Corns on down and sit In It. ______________ James L. and Lois Water 606 E. University Ave. I PHONE 372-0953 I Fiberglass Insulation 1811 S. Main Gainesvillf
___ : PHONE $724343Gainesville
or Batt
____ Phone Day 372-030S
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__ _____ _ ___ ____ _____ _ __ Fla.- CONCRETE PRODUCTS I Contractor' or Retail Kite 372-8897

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'- "x 'b ( PHONE 376-4236
.' 2314 N.E. 19th Dr. Gainesville Parker'sGainesville's
: : I .
Edwards LADIES WEAR Most Complete Office
SaIepa.rt.sSeiv1ceUSED Building Equipment & Machine

d- __ 1A.. r CARS TOO Supply, Inc. Cherry'sGainesville's Complete Store.Office,Planning.

'Poole-Gable Motors 728 S. Main-372-4844 Most Fashionable I Underwood Products '

: ( POINT* Gainesville Fla.
4 .. 601 W. University Ave
Address For Ladies
I, I
1 % 'c ;L7 119 S. E. 1st Ave. Gainesville Gainesville 372-2553
.. : ij PHONE 372-4343 ELECTRIC MOTORS

The kind of fresh styling-Inside and out- ($1.00 If IfS I, AUTO sALVAGE. Electric Motor Harper Paint Co. .

-IIIEI' 105 W. University, GainesvilleMOilJMENTS I
that makes It the year's smartest surprise. J : 4 I Repair Co. We stock '

Come down and stare at It. AVw Chxtllt!! AfoIi&M Sport Coupe Paul's Auto Salvage OF OADiESVILLZINC.. I WALLPAPERSARJISTRONO '
Retractable ind reQIable

Now-Chevy spirit in a new kind of car .I Choice Uncond'nall1gusranteed: of 4*colors I We Buy Wrecked PRICES' Cars. AtTOP SALES COMPLETE MOTOR AND ELECTRIC SERVICE Gainesville& 'Marble Works Granite DUTCH 10 Painter's S. W.BOY 7th Suppflei PAINTS StreetGainesville }.-.

We built this one to do more than just stand around .it muffles noise and cushions bumps. CiUriMtcd ifabtst 'efee.. AD Makes & Models Used "Distributor of CEMETERY MONUMENTS

looking beautiful Held its weight down in the 3,000And the fine hand of Body by Fisher craftsmen shows 'Materials. and voriunaufcip. For I Parts New Lincoln Motors & MARKERS PHOTO SHOP

pound range. Then built four lusty engines-two sixes up beneath.this one's suave good looks, too. 1 and Tcpan 25c or for replacement'llaml ,ant>> [lo 1 pa. I Teletype Service We will Cni PHONE 372-8313 Lettering
Qi.1I -
and two V8's-with output all the way up to 220 horses! 'Sound good?There's more.Like the fact that_ Chevelle 1 brook,Caadei I.Ii 1030 S. Main, Gainesville Cleaning Fuller's Foto, Inc.

And if that makes you think this is one frisky car, comes in three series with eleven l models-convertibles, any part lor yon. Domestic & Industrial Marble I Central Florida's Finest

you're got the right idea. sport coupes, sedans, wagons, even Super Sport models "Phone 376-4512 & Granite Selection of

You've also got a roomy car here. Yet its 115-inch with front bucket seats. Like the fact that (and see if Iovoya! 1301 S. Main Gainesville FLOOR COVERING Coffee Tables Counters New & Used Cameras i

wbeelbase keeps it highly maneuverable in this isn't one of the nicest surprises ot all) the Ester -,' i Fireplaces Photographic Equipment &

traffic and very easy to park. new Chevelle comes at an easy-to-take price! ,. ... ..-. Automatic TransmissionsONE Central Florida Tile, 2125 S. E. 4th St. ". Supplies

With its Full Coil suspension, it's got a ride WEVBOLETway Like to hear more?The listening's wonderful / Gainesville 376-6151 Blacic & White Finishing

that reminds you of the'Jet-smooth kind the --- at your Chevrolet dealer's and so's the driving. ,.- DAY SERVICE & Marble Co In Before Noon-Out at 5
619 W.
'If University Gainesville
.. o111 aWfr.r." ALL 1rAKES-REP MotorcydesSeootersIStreit's iI

_Ste fat entirely different kinds of cars' at your Chevrolet Showroom-CHEVROLET ET, CREVEU1, CHEn C RYAUt & ILGATEWAY AND EXCHANGE CARPETS BYLeeZ TYPEWRITERS I

'--h"_ ....._____. Monarch, Loomwe&ve, Bicycle Shop :-: i
Downs I
Gator Automatic
Fros A1's flsdPeas4vBradford I Room Slza-WaH to WaD I Ciubman .& Vespa Scooters Hancock.TypewrjterI!

Installation Ducat BSA-Zundapp f
Transmission EXCHANGE
Service I
CHEVROLEt INC. Armstrong and Kentfli Motorcycles Sales & Service !
Clary- Victor Totalia !
t,c nt'TELEGRAPH INC. Floor Coverings SCHWINN BICYCLES I Adding Machines, Calculators !


U. S. 301 (NORTH) STARKE, FLA. 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.) TILES MARBLE 6615 W. University Ave. 431 N. Main St., Galnesvffla -!

Gainesville PHONE 272-0372 1540 Wa1 o Rd. GTille 376-6406 Gainesville! 376-7761 I Phone 376-5551 -
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organisms, and weed seeds. food in early spring, again in! Willie I 'local presiding |- I I BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE:
I minister I
The I
Beds can be treated any- June and perhaps during ; : meeting I'THE RIGHT POINT for the '
NEWS OF ,INTEREST TO COLORED will be held at :Selden Park j \ I GRAPH.AMBULANCE .
time now that you are ready.If mid-summer if thee are I way you write. Come In and
% s Y COUNT'YYOUR Auditorium. AR;> sessions are I I
WITH /y: you treat right away, be heavy rains. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY to the JbUc. select your favOrite ESTER-.i '
open p
sure that un-treated soil does For best results prune
9 not contaminate clean bed. poinsettias back in late win- .t[By Elizabeth; Walker: ] Regular .'cnurch services I.
1. AGENT will be held Sonday at Greater :
;4 > -
Use 9 cans of MC-2 for a 100 ter or early spring after
square yard bed. blooming is over or after the I
p I 3. Grow your plants using danger of frost has passed. IT'S'CORONATION, > ,: onation. The procession will staiting with Sunlay School'I' 964-2600
TIME AGAIN! begin promptly at 8 in at 10 a. m. Morning services :
this same clear plastic for Cut them back to within 121 p. m.
at 11 a. m., and the Choir: DeWitt C. Jones Funeral I
the plant-bed cover. When to 18 inches of the ground I The Coronation ,program the school cafetorium. Home
:. .. :rh you use clear plastic cover unless they have been frozen Committee of RJE High A Homecoming Parade i; Union will be held at Mac-
x_,c H. you will sow your seeds 60 back below this point. Then School selected -"Trackdown set for 'Dec. 19 featuring the I,clenny at 3 p.'m. Sunday. I DeWHt C. Jones Registered; Funeral Director

days ahead of the date you cut them back to "live" wood. USA as the theme for this ,outstanling Bands of RJE Allen Chapel AME church.'' Starke, Fla.

:..4s ,J want to set plants. You'll find that a compact year's annual pageant. The and Lincoln High, Gaines Rev. Levy Lennon' pastor. j
There are a number of ad- plant will furnish more color program is; designed to delight ville.The Evening service, 6 p. m. All ; RENTAL SERVICES
:, vantages in using a plastic than a plant with few "un- the charming Queen, Homecoming Game will members and friends are invited Hospital Bed Wheel Chairs, Crutches

plant bed cover There are also branched stalks. To promotea Ruby Revelt with fantasies of be played Friday night, Dec. to attend all services. I
Byy a few important practicesto riot of color bracts prune the USA. experienced by ,an 19, in the RJE gymnasiumand -

George T. follow. We will supply our the plants several times dur astronaut as he glides high will be RJE versus Cal-

i HugginsVoAg growers with a suggested pro- ing the growing season. Cut above our great republic. lahan.
gram before you plant your the growth back after it is Coronation time at RJE Altogether a most eventful

bed. I .12 inches long .leaving four means lots of worK for everyone week is planned. Be sure you Huge DilEauots
Teacher, Curtis< interested in our boys and leaves on eacn snootEC- ,sUre. Speeches to be made, enjoy 'all these outstanding

Marlowe, and I were visiting girls.Both rry to stop the pruning in early songs and dances to be rehearsed attractions.

with Bob Paterson last- Saturday -| is also pleased'and September, because the "flow and minor routinesare CHURCH NEWS
morning to discuss a i challenged by the willingness BROOKER ering" buds are set' in early put in shape to formulatea About 22 delegates from
pasture program based on soil people exhibit in being ready October. very colorful and entertaining the Starke congregation of On Portable
test results. to help him get adjusted to By Shirley Green Poinsetias show their color. evening for our most deserving Jehovah's Witnesses will attend Typewriters
community. ,This, of : patrons. the three-day Circuit,
While we were drinking our Phone 22811AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4A4J according to the day length
coffee, Bob's 6-year-old boy'' course. begins with office personnel and temperature.A December 17 is the date I Convention in Brunswick
came in the kitchen holdinghis and then everybodyelse plant near a lighted win- scheduled for this year's Cor, Ga., Dec. 1-15. according to'p .

cat. I ask him the cat's he has met.. Mrs Charles Ryals and dow or a street light- often !

name and he toll me it, was Well, just last Friday he daughter and Miss Mame! refuses to color up like a I I Ii

named "Antenna". After ask- finished moving his furniture Clark of Jacksonville were neighboring plant in a nearby i I

ing another question, I was and family here from New- weekend guests of their par- darker corner. Dreary skies m

told that he had named the berry. They are gradually ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd September and early October i
cat Antenna because he held getting settled and we welcome Clark. will shorten the days, causing 'p DIAMOND *( 1'I i x

his tail "straight up" them to Bradford Coun- Mr. and Mrs J. M. Markeyof plants to set buds and flower ,, Y l2 Rt .
Well, this just goes to show ty. Waycross. Ga. were visiting before the holiday season. I

how our youth today under- Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey You'll find that temperature !
some the physical Sunday. is a limiting factor fora II
structures, necessary for the time is creeping up"on us andis Mrs. Wilbur Thomas and good show of flowers. If / 1 1 1 I I z
operations of different things. creeping pretty fast.":There
children returned last Mon- the night temperatures are !
are'three Important points we day after a week's visit with much above 70 degrees, bud ReI. il05.03
BOB TAYLOR, our Assist would like to get to 'tobacco Cornwelland
Mr and Mrs. Don forming will be retarded.
ant County Agent, a little growers: family in Atlanta, Ga. Freak periods of hot ,weather :: 85.00 L s -
short of two weeks with us, 1. Plan to grow your own Mrs: Eva Crowl of Largois during this critical time Now
says that he really is enjoy- plants Your reward can be -
here on a visit Mr.
ing this good County. mighty great for the ,time it and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis and may not permit buds to format priced .4
all. The best flower development
His first impression was takes to grow yourplants.. family.Mr. is when the night 1'T New!
the friendly attitude of the Growers have had much bet- and Mrs. Frank Tinney : Y : Du
people. In fact, the first farm ter results when they could and sons of Gainesville were temperatures to 62 range from 60 SMITH-CORONA

visit we made last week resulted pull plants and set them visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. W degrees. rka.k
Poinsettias can be used t x"+ = i Plus Features STERLING
in the gift of a big within a few hour after pull- Markey Wednesday night. as .r feAlUer LOCK
mess of good collard greens, ing. Then you can be sure of CLUB NEWS cut flowers if the stems are 1 ;' Fult-. ix Sanlcmll.ybOClf1l
'- treated to coagulate the milky i ., Htn'i a portable that's GOT ITI! Big 011I<( typtwriitr fig.
This was from our good col- your variety and that they The Home DemonstrationClub + Fflje Gage
sap and reduce wilting, As 1'' lures gt LOW COST. Nrfttt for itudtnti. Morki impr...,
lard Lonzie Norman. insect and disease free.
grower, .are held their annual ,' Touch Sahelor Crad i rue.The Smith-Corona
StoGng-e typwrittr'i
soon as the flowers cut a typt-
Another impression on Bob 2. Fumigate plant bed with Christmas workshop Wednesday ., I I -rit'r-vuarCII.tnd to tako the homework out of homtwork.
has been the interest of the Methyl-bromide 'to 'sterilize Dec. 4, at the Community immerse the cut ends in hot AND! Choice.f Colon Cam. in. S..'it. Try it. You'll Molly WOK a SUrling

people in our agricultural I. the soil. This material, called Center. Mrs. W. B. Mizelle, water for about a minute. rll Sz- i

program involving the Youthof I MC-2, applied to a bed made Sr of Worthington. Mrs. Ca- then place them in cold Smith
our County. Both rural I air-tight with a clear plastic dell of the State Farm, and water. Be sure that the steam- 2 610W1N6 DIAMONDS CoronaCORSAIR Smith Corona

and town people certainly are I cover kills insects" disease Miss Dorothy Ross, County ing water does not damagethe white $50 :
bracts. or yellow. comBullington's i CLASSICI
I Home Demonstration Agent, bth rings I -
of Starke demonstra- An alternate method of I '
tlltlet V) :;- .1 tions. A covered dish luncheon halting the oozing sap is to ,atZ s Lowest Priced Full-Featured : Key-Set Tabulators -

was served 'at noon. singe the cut ends of the stem < PUiiCIIRSE PEE 1 fa111it Portable-With Tab Key Outstanding Buy .

The outdoor Christmas decorations over a flame for a couple of LIEE1tYE su E ; i At This Price.
0. 1 Stereo RVa'uOF will be judged Thurs- seconds and then place the YOUf futti pllrthu P t'D' tKarat T Ilglq!.LINT' DI u+ONOs I Reg. 79.35 ,
Our day, Dec. 19, at 6 p. mAil stems in cold water. For best liedtowatd abl ffi erDrued aryeli owgalo 79 Reg. 115.50
: interested in having their dec- results and longer lasting p.diamond rims >!t a m 1'Ima both Back, To i
THE. orations judged.must contact beauty, cut the poinsettias 6500' Back ToSchool QPOO
Mrs.. Ernest Edwards. The about 18 hours before they School Sale l -
f Sale
judging is sponsored by th are to be used in an arrange- :,7j

Brooker Garden Club. ment. Stord the cut "flow Plus' ,Tax Plus' Tax

The .outdoor ChristmasTree ers" in a cool, draft-free :
Studio & Gifts
t I Lighting and Christmas place during' the waiting I
party for the children will be stage. -

held at the Community Cen- ----
., ter Monday Dec. 16, at 6:30: -_-_- -
e a p. m. The party is sponsored
by the Brooker Garden Club.(:
I!I With.s'!: Robbins AFTER

i is 19 YEARS

\ Let's Go !! Our stock
becoming limited, -- But what we have

19995 are the Greatest have .
Gardening! Bar9.ainsyou ever seen --

Only Built Zenith as You can save enough to. buy your entire Christmas I

Would Build It. .., Florida By Agricultural Ilervey Sharpe Extension needs -- Our quitting business sale will ABSOLUTELY i I'

Service I continue until every piece' NOTHING SOLD

1 v Poinsettias are like most .
iL ra Christmas shoppers' budgets : of Merchandise is Sold. -- 5- ii

they are in the red. i

So if you don't have red I Get your share of these

poinsettias to keep company;: Guaranteed S

with your broke budget it is : Bargains before it is too avings
not too late to get a supply II i
1 I ,
1r of the flowers. | _

< Purchasing potted stock : Late. ,.

from a garden center is the _ _ r SORRY, No Layaways I
U T.o 68
easiest way to establish plant- -No Exchanges %
kat P
:r ings. of However.the holilay some ornamental. green-' All Dresses SLASHER {

: : thumb operators scavenge;: I
Again! .
the neighborhood for hard- -
wood cuttings when fellow: LADIES LINGERIE :AND SLEEP WEAR
r. ; % I
gardeners prune their poin- SAVINGS UP TO 68

.Tire",,*STOCKHOLM furniture1styling.Model Your choice RL2420 of Walnut settias after the flowering' Ladies Famous Label l SLIPS GOWNS PAJAMAS

veneers In Danish ,
Modern. Mahogany ve- season. I

ntarsjn in Early, .American Italian Provincial-or. Maple veneers jfMICROTOUCH I Such pruned material can'. BETTER DRESSES, __ GIRLS ANKLETS LADIES BRAS & GIRDLES BOYS
r be rooted. First, punch a 1- .
Cotton Stretch
,. WESTERN JEANS -, $1.84
inch diameter hole about ? ,

2G inches deep into moist earth,' THEY MUST GO REGARDLESS 22c Savings Up To 68%

TONE ARM then insert the woody cutting MEN'S BOYS

e The world's most" imitated tone arm.With soil into firmly the hole around and press the base.the' OF COST! .- ._ _' -_ ,- ,, _'_ ,' ,-, __ ,_ Sport Shirts -. Save Up To 68 r ,
the fabulous
-Floating' stereo,car Be sure to keep the soil moist,! -- -- '
tridge.Only 2 grams((1/14 SENSATIONAL '\
ounce)needle VALUES! : "-
until the cutting is well es-, Great Variety To Choose From '- -- '
pressure.Your records
can last
a lifetime.
I Sensational
ENTIRE Savings
II I There are a number of ARNELLS j, LADIES SWEATERS
I poinsettias to choose from, COTTONS On
Bulkies SlipoversCardigans
I Banlons -
fRo 11' turntable. Plays han ornamental horticulturist POLYESTER
16',. 33W, 45 and 78 quality speakers with Alnico" 3 .yx MUST
records; Spindle for 16%i 5 magnets.Two large:V x;6' I. with the Florida Agricultural BLENDS BE $ 7Lt To $544
and 45 rpm recoras. Record woofers and two 31.0. ,cone Experiment Stations. He says ENTIRE FAMILY t
Junior Misses
reject control. type twieter .. red-bracted SOLDMEN'S Sat
if you desire varieties -;: I
Half Sizes ,. _
FM/AM RADIO. For out. ZENITH STEREO SOUND propagate such plantsas .
standing FM/AM radio enjoymtnt. CONTROLS. Combination Frieball Indianapolis Red '. '. -- -- -- -, ,- ,- n LARGE SELECTION STILL IN
Automatic Frequency Loudness/Stereo STOCK THAT MUST GO!
Control for dnft-free Control. Bass Balance Albert Ecke, oak leaf or Mr i I
and Stereo/ : r SWEATERS Men's Underwear U ------
FM.Automatic Gain Control Monaural Control..Treble Paul Ecke. You can enjoy color AND LADIES
on AM. Built-in antennas Control. combinations if mingle Lambs Wool Pullovers T-Shirts Briefs Shorts
I you Dress Shoes $2.84 To 53.84G
r the red plantings with Ecke'' Must Cardigans Zipper Styles --- --- I
white or a pink variety. 38c DIES

11 Poinsettias will grow on a 0 $3.84 To $5.84 Casual Flats $1.74 To $2.44MEN'S
TERMS TO SUIT YOU wide range of soils, including -
sand, muck, marl rocky soil Men's Dress Work ShoesRegular.
and clay. In spite of the wide JACKETS

We Do Our Own FinancingAt adaptability the plants will Values To $14.98 Poplin Laminated Full Size FORTUNE ENDICOTT_ FRIEDMAN JOHNSON- SHELBY
present a better show of colorif
LOW Bank RatesElectric you 'take proper. care of Boltaflex Like Leather SPaFwge640 f $3.84 To $6.84

them. VALUES TO $14.98 c -__

Fertilizer is important. An GIRLS GIRLS -- $3.84 To $7.94 Children's Shoes $2.24 To $3.84 I
application of 1': pounds of -- ,-
8-8-8 fertilizer 100 CAR l\IEN'S' -REG. VALUES TO $6.98
Winkler Inc. an per COATS
square feet of plant space MEN'S SLACKS WORK PANTS Boys Shoes $2.84 To $3.841

earlier in the fall should now Save Up To Y? $2.84 To $5.84 $ .24' .
$1.54 to $4.54
234 N Temple Ave. Starke Fla. large colorful -
n' _, >_ __. _= } I
bracts. The plants will need ,

repeat applications of plant I I i
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