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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 19, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME EIGHTY-FIVE STARKE. FLORIDA HTRSDAY. DEC. 19. 196 NITMBFK '.1\"F.'TY-m


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' 1 = Mrs. C. L. Scholl has sub- tance to the community:; in I

mitted her resignation a.J time of :disaster. I certainly Gas Stations
New officers of the Bradford County Cattlemen's Association -
Bradford County Director of would not take the above action -
I (from left): J. D. Qdom, State Director; J. R. Wainwright -
Civil
of
Defense to the Board
dskI' if I did not find it neces-
County Commissioners "ef- Vice President; J. 31. Edwards Jr., President; G. T. .
sary that I be nearer to my:
fective immediately." Huggins secretary. I Pushed by a delegation of Avenue who commented "Too

In a letter dated Dec. 12 and family. a ____ .- .- service station operators the many [service stations] will

written from Philadelphia, Pa., Mrs. Scholl is, presently on a Starke city council Tuesday just starve each other out.

where she is spending the hol- one-month unpaid lea.ve of ( gllIIb 4-- I night hastily turned the The petition presented by

idays with relatives, Mrs absence while spending the '. ; n JI wheels for the adoption Wed- Edwards bore the names of 17

Scholl said: "I appreciate the holidays in the north. In her _MI ;.... ,,1'r nesday of an ordinance restricting local service station operato;

opportunity I had of servingas letter she stated that she -: '- ; r the location of new and as one member of the

I'' your County Director and would return to Starke on gasoline stations. delegation commented, "was:;

the many courtesies shown me Dec. 26 and be hera for one 1Ld Council instructed City Attorney signed by everyone but the independents -

by* the County Commissionersand week during which time she George Pierce to drawup and a few othe"

-- it is my sincere hope that would put things in order for :r. the ordinance based almost who are afraid of their jobs

J.\\ the program will be continued her successor. wholly on one adopted Council was told by the

'TIS THE SEASON- for only' after working with it The position pays $400 per. recently by the St. Augustine delegation that other ara

I I can you fully realize its impor- month, of which sum the L c'ty council, Wednesday cities including Orange Paik.

Santa arrived in downtown Starke :Monday night amid all the breathless County contributes $100 the morning. Mrs. Ruby John, Gainesville Palatka and

; excitement that has been generated by his presence since he first donned a red City of Starke $100 and the New Association directors (from left): Zedra Hamilton J. council chairman, then an- Green Cove Springs had iecently -

suit and started making his annual rounds. Here he is surrounded by wide- Round Table Federal Commission government Chairman$200.Carl V. Edwards E. 31. Prevatt, Titus Olson. Floyd Wiggins, nounced that a brief special passed a similar mea

eyed youngsters at the end of Monday's parade which featured Christmas music Prevatt said yesterday the member of the Bull Planning p>mmittee. meeting would also be called sure.

by the Bradford High School Band and Majorettes. Wedr.esday morning to ratify In other action the counci1- I
i board would act on Mrs.
Seeks Hearing the new measure.In Accepted the low bid of $3.-

Scholl's resignation at its reg- Cattlemen Plot ImprovementFor essence, the new ordin- 138 made by Hardy Brother .
ular meeting Jan. 7 and would
ance outlaws the constructionof for a 1% ton truck for Ur!

t Protests HeardMove On likely set up a joint meeting any service station within Street Department. Other bid'-

HousingThe with the City Council to con- 450 yards [air yards] of Dodd
Herds Elect OfficersMembers any were: Auto Sales $3,-
sider applications for her suc County
; existing station church, hospital 332.71; Gateway Chevroi-: '

To Name Civic Round Table voted cessor. or place of public gath- $3,418.51; Terwillegar Motor ,
Change In the meanwhile, Deputv
ering. It also contains a clause 314250.
last Friday: night to set upa is of the Bradford gate the program.
CD Director Bill Shiner
publ hearing to air the Cattlemen's Association elected I Speaker for the meeting was permicting any person to con- Approved an advance of $7 -
the
pros and cons of low rent performing the duties of officers for the 1963-64 year Buddy Clark, operator of the struct; a station here within a 000 to the contractor puttin

I Of Temple Ave. Killed housing units for Starke. office. Saturday night in a meeting old Farmer's Market now 90 day grace period. Both the in the Bessent Road line.

The Round Table will Invite which followed a barbecue at known as the Cattlemen's distance of 450 yards and the Approved without any discussion -

qualified representativesto Xmas ClosingSet the fair grounds on U. S. 301 Farmer's Auction Market in 90 days grace period were at all a salary scale

attend a meeting here for north. Gainesville. Clark told the copied directly from the St for the power plant and elec-
Defended by Starkites. the for the change on behalf of or did not care either way.
the purpose of answering Maurice Edwards Jr., a past group that to increase businessat Augustine ordinance. tric line crew Most notable
name of Temple Avenue hon the Chamber. He said he Novak also told the council By City
Wholesale Shell Oil DealerJohn
his changes were that all the men
Questions on all phases of the president of the organization, market he was donatinghalf
oring pioneer Simon J. Temple mailed 117 questionnaires to that both the entire member-
Federal program. The meet- was chosen by the 38 Bradford of his commission to Torode spoke for the have been placed on an hourly
; lived through the public Temple Avenue businessmenor ship and Board of Directors OfficesMost
County the delegation and told the
basis and that formei
ing will--be open to the public County cattlemen present as each county's local cattlemen'sorganization. wage
heading held by the Starke property owners but had of the Chamber had approved
council that Starke's 30-odd
t Buford Mitchell, president,. their new head., Retaining the He also spoke Plant Superintendent Zane
city council Tuesday night. received only 22 replies. the resolution asking the nann
reported that a majority of i of Starke's downtown same offices they held last year about the higher prices that service stations are more than Brooks has ben cut $10 per
The name "Boulevard. Of 22 persons answering the change. He told the council it be closed for are needed here. He also saidas week and reduced to the title
i local civic organizations rep- businesses will were Vice President J. R. Wainwright pure bred cattle bring at his
Presidents," unpopular with questionnaire Novak said sev- i, should rule in favor of the : and another reason for .
of "mechanic"
resented on the R und Table, Christmas on Wednesday SecretaryTreasurerGeorge market. passageof He was replaced -
almost all old-timers in town. en favored the change and name change if it was con-
had voted in favor of a sur-: County and City offices will be Huggins and State Di- The cattlemen also adopteda the ordinance, that major by George Graudon, a
suggested the Starke- 15 were opposed. He said tha sidered good for Starke or f.I .
was by -
vey to determine whether or! closed for a longer period of rector J. D. Odom. The group resolution giving their full oil companies have enough former mechanic, who will
Chamber of Commerce fact that 22 I it if the council
Bradford only replieu gainst
not the need exists for low I time also elected' four directors for support to the Bradford Coun- money to go into a town and earn $90 per week as superin-
several weeks and meant tohim that either it would hurt the
they
thought
ago ,
Courthouse three four times
:I rent housing units here. Bradford Cqunty the local organization; they ty Fair Association. Rep. ,Arch pay or as tendent.
the name change had been apparently! favored the change:: town. I IBHS offices will be closed on Tues- much for choice station Bite: the
The possibility of combinIng were: Z. W. Hamilton, Titus Thomas executive vice-presi- Operation of power
discussed over many a cup of all fund-raising drives in- day," Wednesday an4 Thursdayof Olson, E. M. (Big: Boy) Pre- dent of the fair association, as a local operator. plant was turned over to the "

coffee. Accredited 'With% Warnings'By i,-to"one unified", drive"'." $..;..dls-. next week Dec.. 24. 25,, vatt, and J, V. Edwards. told the cattlemen the fair Is There's ihardly a station Jn city's bond trustees two week

But it all ended Tuesday cussed and Mrs. Edward Hall and 26 City Hall will be'slos- The group also voted adoption scheduled for this spring and town that hasn't laid off one ago and they actually made

,I when Councilman Seeber was appointed to.contact the ed Tuesday and Wednesday, of a program, which Coun- that they would probably be or two attendants in the past up the changes which were

Goodman after several businessmen Southern Assn. various groups and determine but will be open on Thursday.The ty Agent George Huggins termed called on to sponsor the rodeo two weeks and two stationr merely approved by the council -
; and residents had Casey SaysBradford U/S. Postoffice counter have closed in that time" Tor-
their needs in order to prepare "very ambitious" to secure and horse show for children.In : I
already spoken against the will be closed on Christmas ode told the council t
Authorized City Clerk Mer-
I a budget for the overall] registered bulls for each cat- a final order of businessthe
change rose and said that 21 day but clerks will be "on the The ordinance was presented rill Edwards to the
High PrincipalTom of the Southern Association.Friers effort. It was pointed out association scheduled regular give em- 1
people had voiced objectionsto job" behind the scenes due to tleman within the coming year.A | to the council by W. H ployees of his office a two-day
Casey this week an- letter states that the that it 1 is too late for a unified meetings on the last Tues-
him of the new name. He the mailing season. The committee headed by J. D. Edwards Jr. operator of c
nounced that he has been "school was accredited drive this year but it *s heavy ;day in each month the next holiday December 24-25, for
then moved that the name notified that his school has the group which were among ac- hoped to have the mechanics Starke Telephone Co. business Odom was appointed to investi- tone falling on January ?S. Phillips 66 Station on Tempif Christmas. Utility Supt. Oscar j
Temple Avenue remain as it office _will be closed and "au- Davis told the council that
been "accreditated with warn- worked out in time for next
credited with
major deficien-
is and the council approved it will take ,
tomatic" operators
ings'1 by the Southern Association cies!" members of his force would

unanimously.f of Colleges and Secondary Four catagories were listedin year.Al Gregory was appointed care of local holiday callers. Doyle Conner Charges Held have to be on the, job part of I I
j Among those speaking against Starke Is not a toll center
the two
days.
t Schools. which chairman of a committee to I
the local high schoo1 .
the change were: Mrs. calls directly .
The notification from contact owners of signs that and long-distance go ; "- OnMcDaniel II
came deficient
was last April when Open
O. L. Haynes Sr.. Mrs. J. W i to Jacksonville, or directly Announces I '
Herman Frick chairman of are in bad condition and ask
made I
Casey
his t
report ? .
Andrews. Adolph Gay, George to the party by direct
the Florida committee, commission Pricks committee in Jackson- for them to be repaired\ or I fr ; New CourthouseNeeds
Kopelouses. W. A. Abe] Bes- dialing. So, there will be no
on secondary school! villa. They!! were: one teacherout removed. Dilapidated signs
sent, and J, T. Quigley. I "extra"' telephone operators on For ReelectionFlorida
k give tourists and other visitors
of field, eight teacher
%! Commenting the fact .
on at Christmas.The t
duty. County Judge Theron A.
a bad impression of the community -
that the new name would Early Berries with no free period or study: Atten- two banks in town will Yawn held three felony AiredMembers
it was said.
hall library collection deficient !
all presidents for Christmas .
honor past be closed
our just
loca'
charges against a
tion was also called to a small Commissioner of open
of the U. S., Gay told the by 2,000 volumes, and no day, and will be open for busi- Oliver Mc-
James
Bring 75c library assistant for 1,059 pu sign at the post office corner Agriculture Doyle Conner, of operator of the Bradford Bar ,
"The street was named as usual on Thursday. The
council ness
Starke Daniel. for worthless checks
pils. which is said to have caused and Tallahassee, has heard Architect Frank Georgeof
after an honorable person Per Pint several accidents by pedes- City Police Dept. and the Fire announced that he will be a this week. Palatka last
speak Tnur
I understand, about 75 years According to Casey all of Dept. will not have the day off, If
trains into it before candidate for re-election in McDaniel 31 of ha-
these conditions have been bumping Starke day on the needs of the pro-
and expect to be ready for business PA
( ago. met almost complet ly. The they notice it. A request will 1964.Pointin been charged with writing 11] posed new County Courthouse
usual.
Kopelouscs commented that "There's a world of green be made to have the sign re- as out that there had worthless checks. Eight of the
The city has no money to fruit," is the way Harold Nor- exception is the number or: School children get the big- been here.George
i moved. significant development.; checks were under $100 anc has been
books in the still canvassing
library may break. Their be-
finance: this change. it Isbrr'k man describes the strawberryfield of gest holiday in the field of and o'=
Novak Chamber agriculture Three
Pets \ are misdemeanors. County officals to determine
be a little short, but that is '
Let the nams! stay as from which he has already gins Friday Dec. 20, after 1f
to be remedied by the begin- Commerce manager expressed! : consumer protection: during: the checks were for over $100 the long-range needs of Bradford -
it Is.IIQuiglry harvested 158 12-pint school is out for the day and
hope that owners of businessproperty. his first I three yearsin and are felonies.
the
ning of next year's schol term I County over next 20
lasts until Monday Jan. 6.
told the council. a flats in the largest
I pre- on Call Street will office, Conner said that the Judge Yawn held a preliminary to 30 years. He will base his
i About 2.000 books have been ._ t_ i
the only old-tine property Christmas harvest ever remembered The Bradford County Tele- WU1 c;:; A. \
bought: for the library bring- "spruce up" before color movies Department cf Agriculture has hearing Tuesday to see plans for the building on the .
graph will be published earlyon '
owner still living here that in Bradford County. taken in the down- been modernized to reduce Conner if the three charge
are felony projected population figure of
ing the total almost to the next week, and ,
wed.nesday Tuesday -
the the 71 flats -
foundinj
names of Norman picked I',
I required 6,000. town section for the forthcoming costs of operation. warranted holding McDanie'for 33,000 residents in Bradford by
will be closed and
pioneers of Starke should bepreserved i and should get an- Wednesday
i the Depart-
film
promotional on "Since 1960 Circuit Court trial. 1980.
The stated and served both
principal that Thursday. merce, as
I starke and remembered other 50 or more this Satur-I unless all the conditions are I Bradford County. Novak said ment has carried! on success-j i state and national presided' McDaniel said at the hear. George was hired by the

and Bradford County. day. met by the time he submitshis these scenes will be taken In I ful eradication I of Future Farmers of America jug that he had paid off all Board of County Commissioners -
1 he said, have! their own attractions "If the weather would warm I the Fair Week and the I
spring during gainst screwworms earlier this
1964-65 report to Frick'scommittee Mrs. when in high school. of the small checks. His pay- year to survey
which would make up a little, I'd really be in next April, the high i and the Strawberry Festival. I Patray'sFather mediterranean fruit fly.' check each week goes for restitution County needs and draw up

tourists take notice. business," he declared. school would be in danger of I Conner said. "We have also,I of the checks. He 1f plans for the proposed building.Bar .
J
Peter Novak executive- The plants that are now beginning Killed to combat'
being placed on the list of initiated programs New River slated for trial by jury In members suggested a
secretary of the C of C, spoke to yield were set b* non-accredited schools. Pecan Sales hog cholera the Mexican fly!I County Court in January fc room for the Public Decider

I Norman during a' rainy week Frick's letter to Casey further By Gunman and fire ants." I Bridge ContractTo the eight misdemeanor with a detention cell near the

i In September and he got bet- states, "Your school is in Conner pointed out that he 0 Be Let SoonThe charges. He pleaded not guiltyto courtroom to avoid having so

CHRISTMASPROGRAM i I ter than a 90 per cent stand. the warned group, whic Total Goff Howard, 48yearoldLake had also led a successful 1. some of the charges during many prisoners and guards !

I These plants are now large means that previous to the $$46,500Over City merchant and father!: fight; for equitable taxation of 1 "groundwork" for the I Plea Day on Nov. 26. from the Florida State Prisonat
\ enough to protect bloom and and had
Florida farmland, Raiford In the
I next meeting of the Association i of Mrs. J. W. Patray Jr. of new bridge across New River Judge Yawn said "The peo- courtroom
i voung fruit and Norman says created a marketing division during trials.Members .
in the 'substantial progress' a quarter of a million ,I Starke died last Thursday in I from State Road 125 out of ple need their money that you
freeze
take to
Thurs. Dec. : it would a must be made toward correct- pounds of pecans were sold at :the University of Florida Medical within the Department pro- gave them worthless checks attending the meetIng -
19 low 20's to do much harm. vide assistance to in Lawtey has been completed,
growers
ing the deficiencies listed in the Starke State Farmers Center as the result of I for. and rather than see were County Attorney H.
8:00 P. M. I in addition to the! 158 flat i to build the
estimates order for the school to be re- Market this season for a gross gunshot wounds. The shots marketing their products. J1 and the contract them not get it, I had rather V. Knight Public Defender R

already sold, Norman accredited next year. return to growers; 'of $46,500.41.The were fired from a sawed-off "We have strengthened and I bridge will be awarded next give you a chance to pay." A. Green Jr., Lex Green State
another
NorthsideBaptist i he has discarded Accreditation by the Southem season's overall averagewas shotgun by.a would-be robber consolidated a number of ma- month. Yawn decided to hold thf Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr.. County

.8 or 10 flats in culls berries due to Association Casey said. 18.3 cent.a pound.Of outside of his store Wednesday jor inspection services," Conner "The title searches are on three felony cases open until Judge Theron ,A. Yawn George

ChurchState rain that softened the has nothing to do with thf the 254,256 total pounds night, Dec. 11. said. "By tightening and restitution is made. ,Pierce, and Gene "Shaw.
the State Roaa !
sellinghis .their to
last week. He has been way
state accrediation proces handled here, 126,693 poundswere | The shooting occurred about strictly enforcing regulationswe i McDaniel still has to pay The site for the proposed I

Road 16 output so far in Jacksonville that county schools went sold through the market's ((8:30 p. m. just after Mr. Howard have been able to halt the Dept.. and the money Is avail- Gateway Chevrolet Glass Distributing courthouse has not !been determined -

Where Lawtey Road getting 75 cents a pint-first through during last Friday's four auction sales while 117- and his wife had closed' sale of unsafe foods curtail !able in Bradford and Union I Co., and Body Panel yet. A citizens! committee

$9 per flat-for this school holiday. 463 pounds were purchased byJ. their business for the day and the use of unsafe pesticides, 1 I County for the project" Circuit Supply Co. The checks to is expected to be appointed -
Crosses and 60 cents a
three- pickings. the R. Wainwright operating at were leaving In their pickup and improve standards in all Court Clerk Charles Darby Gateway Chevrolet and the ,sometime this coming

oint-$7.20 per flat for the market as an independent truck. A young Negro man other areas under our juris- i Glass Distributing Co. werf year to recommend sites to: the

The Public ,1s Cordially I t last two. JC Party broker. with a sawed-off shotgun approached diction," he added. said.All both over $200.McDaniel County Commission. There is

Invited i Norman picked a flat and The final auction asi Thurs- the truck tapped the I A veteran office holder. the property necessaryto once operated* reportedly a two-group faction j

a' half the last day of November ,' first elected to build the bridge Is on State- one in favor of imnwdUte action
For Children day saw a light ,sale of 6,778 'window and said, "This is it- Conner was Mack's Body Shop on 301
which is the first tim?
owned land, so no hitches are on the building and c.ne
pounds which brought $1,134.44. .- give it to me." the Florida House of Representatives North and skipped town after
he .harvested berries before
This Space Contributed ,, ever December. This SaturdaySanta Prices ranged from a highof Howard started to back the at 21, while still a expected. The exact cost of the the bad check spree. SherifP. group in favor of waiting until -
"kiltbuilds
the courthouse .
223 cents to low of 7 I bridge will be knownat D. Reddish flew to Nev
of probably
; D. W. Starling and son, a % truck away from the Negro student at the University I York State to pick him up up for several years. !

Weekly to Publicize who also grow berries In the I Claus will visit the CHRISTMAS PROGRAMAT who then fired into the truck. Florida. Hs served five terms, the next County Commission after a New York Sheriff had! The County Coiamissiw al- ,

I Community Events by Lawtey area had their first I annual Jaycee Christmas EVERGREEN BAPTIST Pellets from the shot also hit and was elected Speaker of meeting. arrested McDaniel on war- loted two mills of the present
of 16 flats WedneJ-
picking party here Saturday morning Mrs. Howard but her wounds the House in 1955. According to Darby, another rants from here. tax levy for a building fund.

The CommunityState day. They sold' theirs "at thefield" with over 200 children expectto The annual Christmas pro- were only superficial and she ,-..He was named one of the road paving contract win be McDaniel will also have to This year should realize about
for flat.
$5 a attend. of the Baptist cost 125,000.) which would build
gram Evergreen awarded in February to hard- pay court costs and the up
Bank The Starlings have 15 acres The morning's events will Church will be held Monday was released from the hospitalthe Ten Outstanding Young Men surface the Morgan and Church of the trip to New York for each year until part of the new

'of berries this year. while i begin at 10 at the Methodist:! Dee. 23 at 8 p. m. The publicis following day. in the Nation in 1960 by the House Road. the County. courthouse coull b-3 paid for. .

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: i i'AGE TWO. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. 'n.ORmA" THURSDAY' DEC. 19, 1963'
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: : '! Bobby Edmondson has accepted : ,Eastern StarCfristmas ::1 St. Edwards-: ;' i CYF Hayride: .. Bradford c6\ nJt('on Sept 4,
a position as technicianwith ; -i-----i) ; '' 19Q8,.the ,&on 4Jred Vanie$
t'I I Kearfot Division of Party I i,Has Yule Party And Weiner Roast ..j and the late vartha Wanen

General Dynamics Corp. at ; For Children 'I Varnes. H ISoved to Lake- -
: .Jj- I IJ' Eastern; Star members held The Christian Youth Fel I
Black Mountain, N. C. and; Charles in 1942 .and was .em-
, '. started to work there Monday.He -:2k.-ii. S -d .. .? -___ ,their annual Christmas party > Icwship enjoyed a havridc
. .. .4 : s. St. Edward's, Altar Society ployed as a tug boat captain
S
If, : was formerly with Sperry- -pS &::i !Monday night at their regular' Saturday evening, ending a' Ii
I :: Gladys Mooty J' Rand in Gainesville. S :meeting in the Masonic Hall, < gave a Christmas party last the Kingsley Lake summei /or the Hawkins--Towing Co.

t I _-rA ; Saturday afternoon at the home of Mr. and :Jlrs. Edwii: of Beaumont, T X1S..
Phone:. 964-0651 ; Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Walters i which was attractively decora- I "
J 4 Parish Hall for the childrenof
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; fatheK
of Dublin Ga. are apendin* z: II ted in the Christmas motif, I I ws' Edwards church Starke,
J __ ,, was''' St. the of ride he survived hu
Thursday to Sunday with Mr. :: -- '- % &lJ.rMP.t.t.I.i refreshment table end the th by
I Mr. and Mrs. D. A. McLeodjttf Mr and Mrs. R. R. Andrews j I St. Williams church.-Keystone people had a weinei wife; Nota! : a foster daughter,
I' and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. and overlaid with a white linen I young ,
''I!' Brunswick Ga> were ,weekend and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert j -S.i ; Heights, and St. Mary'schurch !
; roast and 'both Lake Charles-
family. ; I cloth and centered wh" a small played games. Jojce
;I guests of Mr. and Mrs., H., Thomas attended the funeral' I' i of Macclenny. with I
A. McLeod. of an uncle, T. C. Thomas in I Local admittances to Doctor's _._i -.--5'b, .- ';jdecorafed' Christmas tree with iI | Mrs. Richard Richards anJ The 22 .attending wen two sisters Mrs. Ann Rye ;f
chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs Palatka. and Mrs.Myra _Peeb
I this week include
Hospital : I candy canes arranged at the I'
Mrs. Rudolph as
,I Gus Thomas and Bob Hays Palatka on Sunday.J. I Crawford
Viment McKinney W. i_ ---- -. ,base. S I Virgil Jordon sponsors anc I les of Fort uderdaleand i
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Southern Tech Marietta, B. [Ben] Rowe : c S. hostesses.The
W. Hollingsworth, and Mrs. I I Miss Elaine Colson. two half brothers. N. S. Var-
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gifts.to
Attractively wrapped I
TI (};}. were overnight guests himself as a "proud grand- ,: !: hall was attractive for I
Nita Andrews. all of Starke : i- of Avon and Bob
-IIu1I.r Park
be distributed to the members -: i I nes
Monday of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. father. One of his granddaughters -). -. -- the occasion in the festive J
Slade.: Beverly Baker 0!i and Leslie Crews of Lawtey I:rw-; ; .. ': were arranged on the gift holiday motif, complete witna Freeman Varnes, | Warren Palatka.

r Bud Lawson of Bartow and Jacksonville is champion Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Sanborn I fr4,__.. r ...-_.- L-CTTT--iir-i: iimgn-- _. .- -- !table which held a miniature i iI lighted Christmas tree. Th of Lake Worth are spending *! I Christmas tree. Gifts were also Tug Captain, Charles cemetey.Mrs. .:
t Joey, Andy Cindy and Lynn cheerleader of Duval County; 70 youngsters attending enjoyed A
i Jordan of Lake Wales spent and another granddaughter, i the Christmas holidays with I! Cake For 25-Year Members I brought by the mernoers. for a weiner roast luncheon Dies At 56 i ii I Rye, Mrs. Peebles, and
their and
family '
daughter
I', S the weekend with Mr. and Karen Biggs is queen of her' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty. Th cake pictured above 1! C. Duncan. 28; W. T. Jackson.j .I the.'Masonic Home for retired and Santa Claus passed ou* i i Mr. \yarren .alluded. the funeral ,I
,| j Mrs H. A. Lawson. school's: football team in At-I Eastern Star members at St. : gifts for each. follewed by the : Funeral services for Freeman services.
31
Local admittances to Bradford j 31. Blake Jackson, ;
F.
R. '
i Mr and :Mrs. C. V. Ingle- 'anta, Ga. \i was prepared by lurs. 31; I Petersburg. singing of carols. Varnes. 56. were held : '
this Jackson
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Hospital : Mrs. Margaret
County I
ut
I nght. Mrs. Margaret Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. "Smith I Young for the Founding Day j Mrs.: J. R. Kite. 33-; Theodore 1 Twenty-five members enjoyed Father Thomas Kelly assisted i Monday afternoon, Dsc. 9, in THE wi'1OPT: for the
.md Mrs. Emma Badman were f Beach visited Mr week include: Robert Rogan at the First PresbyterIan j I this affair. ray JOQ wrIte; Come In and
r ) Daytona exercises -i R. Young 34; Mrs. John Gri!- delightful ,I the hostesses in serving:, Lake. Charles La. He died
; WilliamS.
of Keystone Heights
II rkvorlte
select ESTE&-
i j last'. Friday dinner guests ofMi and Mrs. Donald Bagwell on McCully of Waldo1 Mr. Church on Sunday.Dec .j fin 36; Mr. and Mrs. B. C. !I and caring for their; guests. I I Dec. 6.in a Lake Charles hospital BROOK your Fountain Pen TELE
and Mrs. Morris Jackson
1'"' Ocala. 3unday. :: Mabel L. Wooster of Melrosa; 15. Listed on the cake I Holtenzdorf Sr., 37; Mrs. Robert i.,High School PTA ; after a sudden: illness.Mr. GRAPH.
tl
in Mrs. Frank Weaver and! Miss Clarinell Copper attended Linda Renee Tanner of Key-1 i are the members who have'! F. Clark. 38; Mrs. J. M.Hears Talk On 'Birthday Party Varnes was born in -- .. -
the Christmas dinner,j stone Heights; Robert R. had a continuing membershipof ; Mitchell 42; Mrs. K M. Da .
i; For Mrso-
Mark Jackson of Williston' t 1 Jones
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and party of the Soil Depart-, Cooper Jr., Michael D. Odder- 25 years or more. :, vis. 42; Mrs.. Lester Crews, 45; '!Teenage Drinking 'I
I I, Jackson\lilted Mr.on and Sunday.Mrs. W. T ment at Newall Hall U. of F I field Robert David Rhoden.I They are: Mrs. W. E. Dowt I i Mrs. F. F. Stump 52;, and\ At Green Home

I 'ast Friday evening. ,i and Mrs. K.Presbyterians. Mrs. Carrie Ward. 60 years. A turnout attended the .
large
Mr, and Mrs. Charles Dur- and Freeman C. Hodges all ing. 25 years; Mr. ,
kee and family of Tampa were Mrs. Merrill Edwards and i of Stark ., ,High School PTA meeting : Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green I

son. Ricky will go to Talla-; Mrs. R. H. Boree. Mrs. G. 1' 79th (Tuesday night at the school : Jr. entertained at a birthday .
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Observe
visiting! i
Johns from Tuesday to Thurs iassee: Saturday to visit Mr.:' Bennett and son. Stanley. and i cafeteria to hear C. Fugate of : dinner ,Sunday at their home,

I and Mrs. Jeroms Edwards and Mrs. A. O. Andreu attended! ; Jacksonville; talk on "teenage : on N. Walnut Street for Mrs.,
p. '
i a family and to meet her; Of Church FoundingThe Green's grandmother. Mrs.
Bennett's'
,drinking.
the funeral
Mrs.\ Jack Edwards and Mrs I of Mrs. Anniversary i1.:1
,I Dave Paulk were in Jackson daughter Miss Mary Lou Edwards ,!, sister, Mrs. J. O. Turner, in drinking. Also during the pro- : Aggie Jones of Callahan.
-ille Sunday visiting Mrs who is coming home I' Wildwood last Friday. I First Presbyterian| dedicated to the honored iduced by Judge T. A. Yavvi, Christmas decorations were II

,: Fdton Thrift In St. Vincent 'or the holidays from Provo.I I' Dick Edmondson, a senicr i Church last Sunday observed i members. !spoke on the action the SU'e I used to advantage in highlighting I

Hospital! and E. E. Gunter ina .i Utah. at Riverside Military Academy -I the 79th anniversary of its"] The minister's message entitled !Beverage Department is tak 'Tg j,' points of interest in a DAZZLINGOIAMONDS \

nursing home. Mrs. Beaulah Lee of Seffne- i Gainesville Ga. arrived! founding on D?c. 15, 1884 'with : "The People Who Stay!to ,crack down on teenage the Green home for the occasion. Convenient Fabulous Creation Terms

Mrs Max Furlong and chil- IS spending the holidays with !I Wednesday to spend the holidays -: 23 charter members. As a part i t Put", was in keeping with the drinking. Also during the pro Mrs. Jonc was pre- $$175

den of Tiftcn Ga is spend- I, brother-in-law and :sister ; with his parents, Mr.1:1 of the observance, 17 members event. The theme of the mes- gram the Junior ana Senior sented with a beautiful birth- f

;MI? two weeks with her par Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Bridges. and Mrs. R. E. Edmondson. '. who have had 25 or mora : sage was drawn from the BHS choirs, under the direction i day cak9 decorated with roses choc; of UK Whit; eFYeIo.! Gbld! \

uits. Mr. and Airs.. V. V: Haz- [ Mrs. Ella Moody of Green B Mrs. Viola Johnson has years of continuing member-j i event emphasizing loyalty to of Ernest Barnes cresent-' in pastel shades and topped : Ring and Diamonds ti'argtd! to iho*detail \'Ii'BULJJNCTONTU9IO*-

(.\!. Mr.: Fuilcnjr will join hi!* Cove Springs. Mrs. Dora a3- I been added to the Canova ship in the church were especially -j' Christ A contrast was drawn ed a Christmas program. Rev. : with three candles depicting. ,

f mily next week.Mr. 'ey of Gainesville. and Mrs. i Drug Store staff. Mrs. ClaudrJohns I I honored. Immediately j! between the influence of a W. M. Dunagan gave the i past present and future.

and Mrs. Charles HardJod > Maude Strickland of Wildwood -: is retiring. :: after the morning worship a !j loyal Christian who remains IChristmas Story for the devo- !' Fifteen members of tha & GIFTS

!; as Sunday guests, MK spent the weekend with Students home for the holidays -,, Fellowship Dinner was enjoyed in one church and commun- I tionaI.A S family enjoyed this delightful[ '
R E. McCauley: Mr. and Mrs heir mother. Mrs. J. C. Man include: Henree Lou!I by all in the fellowshiparea ity to that of a person who I affair.

Motes 1 1i II church. The honored must for one reason or another -i! I
Carl and son Mr. anrilrs ning.Mrs. Linda and of the
I I Dennis Kay Sale ., _. ..._ .....,. ,,. .
F. E. Bollinger tripped .J .
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of I II move occasionally to other I y / -J! # '''-A.''''' ./. -" -p- A ., .
Frank Stokes Mrs. Am !, i Dave and Tom Long from members were guests a., --"':. ( <<(e'. ". << '! .i \.o::-" /-"' '/97///../ 74'1. / wu Y2..../ ,-<,< .,.IJ'> .... ",.
Johnny and fell at Sunday School on I i churches and communities I ? % '! ':. < .. ..t.,1". ;" /;;/ .' 1kr
Bell, 'Branam. and FSU Noegel from University -I honor for the day. !
; Larry *
w >v** sv* VktfV?*!* V
Miss Ann JJesbitt all of Pa1tka. !I Sunday and broke her arm. of Alabama; Bill Green j i As a part cf the observance I Ij But full emDhasis of the message -! ffi* X.

Mr. and l.frs. G. E. McCauley i; Mr. and: Mrs. L. F. Dinkins from University of South Carolina j the ladies of the honored I II stressed that no Christian '.".
Jr. Jackson- :: will leave Friday for Hvatts- ( witl> witness is ever lost in Christ I' '
sons of ; George Patten Jr. from members were presented U
\ ille and Mr and Mrs. Char- I I' yule Md. to spend Christmas;I Stetson College of Law, i,I a pink carnation corsage anc? I Jefus. The closing statement,I $2 i/fwm. hlr. '
I :
"- with their son-in-law and I in Wmttwifa.J
Irs Francis of Starke. I Franklin Ritch, Dudley Hardy the men with a white carna pointed out"Years a fir'

Mrr and Mrs. John I I Daughter. Dr. and Mrs. J. L.:', Frank and Benny Williams tion boutonniere. At the 'dinner church or community amountto ,... J .,.. Cf "lT

.-os and daughter KopelOU-j Stith and family. Hallie Seymour, Judy Lesaw- that followed the honored very little for Christian influence .IJ.l (no "*\*\?". ," ,-' ..... -. :..I.,.. .. I .
Birmingham: Ala. will arrive Mrs. Lucile Davis was an members were seated at a' if the professing I I!'.I: r,. "' .
I : Kathleen Conway. Linda 1 1MI'
yer. '
I four Mendfy Stora.fb1)1 :i r..1Thi ."l' 1
Saturday to spend the holidays overnight guest Monday o Wasdin Jimmy Smith. Mari special table on which was 8 Christian is not loyal ,t; I : : \
: with their parents. Mr I Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr lyn Hernwall. Terry Walters. cake commemorating the Christ. The people; who sta* ; .'

nd Mrs. J. R. Wainwrighl' in Gainesville. ( event. The cake was designed in Christ th peopb. Smart ,
Carol: put are y 1 iMENS r New Fall
Mike Denton, and Gary I $ DRESSES I I
"nd Mr. and Mrs. George Mrs. Fred Guy and son. Kouba from U. of F.; Ln- as an open Bibb adorned with : who give a good testimony ir AIl 'Veather
Kc;>elou5os. Jimmy of Gainesville were I red roses and the honored every place!" .
wood Walters from Furman
Jack'Haile and son of Miami Monday visitors of Mrs. A. Z. University Greenville. S. C.; members' names listed on the .I The program was sponsorec1 t SWEATERSI ; Reversable f1

will spend the weekend J Adkins. Jimmv remained with I I by the Men of The Church \ A huge variety
Gary Farber .Bill O'Hara cake.During
1th Mrs. W G Haile. his} grandmother for'' severa the morning worshio who called upon their wire k.1s of lovely
f Wayne Kinney Erwin Martin. I I COATS
Mrs. Laura Tison was in days visit. the honored members were for help in decorating anc 4i : styles irr
Ed Brown. Mike Darby Mrs. easy-
I j I ake City last week visiting Lt. Jack and Mrs. Miller arrived recognized and the number of I I preparing for the events of th'
',Ir and Mrs. Bill ThoiMrs. .*>" this week from Bansnron Perman Roberts from St fears which each had been 'a day.- "H. iti: care'dazkiot-

I Foster Shi Smith and Maine to spend the holidays Johns River Junior College; member of the church. Mrs i i ,$ S Water Repel- '_ t t tons.
Irs. W lla Lipsey attended a with'his''parents Mr. and Mrs. Sally Ann Epperson from Carrie Ward had the longest ----p lant, Spot and
I
Reg. 7.98o
luncheon in Lake City last George E. Miller. Florida Presbyterian. College; continuing membership cf 60 /; l- Stain Resis- f:

J-" Saturday: given by Mrs. J. W. Miss Sally Sink spent the Susan Slide Barbara Blank- I, years and Mrs. F. F. Stump \j tant. Orion : ( 8.98

I merry at the Red Barn Rest- weekend with Mr. and Mrs I enship, Douglas Seymour fromJ. t followed with 52 years of con- ; WHY t''I,; .. I pile lining. $ yv ,
U. Donna Trawick from .1,,
.1!mrant. Marvin Sechrists and son. ; tinuing membership. Others I, -
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Mrs. Dora Burton of Atlan- Barry in Sanford. University of South Florida: I followed with a range of from t 2 for

I ra, Ga. is spending the holidays ?!s. Olin Graves and Mr. Mary Ann Long and Sara 45 to 25 years. I frbt if 9.98 N '!

with her daughter, Mrs and Mrs. L. C. Smith and Osborne from Florida-South- I The honored members answered IS I mr
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Mice Anderson.A2 daughter of Daytona Beach. I era. Mike Reddish from Mur- i again the questions I I tt'I : t : $10
C'Jchn' Miller or Mather and Mr. and Mrs., Blair ray State College and Cookie that asked each 'tII To
i are person
AFB. Calif arrived Tuesday tc Phares Jacksonville were Sunday Mathews from Austin-Peas who seeks membersship in the II : ; Wa-- 4 (7i I-P4 *
I k ;
THERESO I
guests of Mrs { (ii t
; pend the holidays with his dinner College. Presbyterian Church. After \A1 d 5 to 1510'.fQ'20
family. Mrs. Miller and chilI -, Hentf O'Hara. Mrs: J. A. Griffin spent I the questions were answered ',!H. I 19.95
I oren, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mat-1, Paul Knight of Miami is Monday and Tuesday with I the congregation stood with !!:I, "'\ .. tf$
I S. spending the holidays with his I 1 : 61. T- ,',
(news, and-Mr. and Mrs. -M. relatives in Lakeland. the honrred members and repeated -
: Miller. mother Mrs. D. E. Knight. Bob Williams is confined in I l' ::1 14'/2 to 24I/2 M
_ _ _ i: together as a. Confession i A great selection of fine .
the Baptist Memorial Hospital I of Faith and Unity ttw fr .
with multiple injuries received Apostles Creed. The anthem : ';I sweaters by Catalina and 'w ,"

in an automobile accident presented by the choir was MUCHMONTH t Brentwood. Slipovers, ;_ -. Her Majesty .

Sunday morning near Mac. I.: : Zip-Fronts, Cardigan and

clenny. : Short Sleeve Styles.atio Lingerie Reg. 9.98 i -
Pvt. Jimmy Wiggins of Fort Funeral HeldIn ,
i to 10.98
[ G rdon. Ga. will be home for I ; 14
: Wildwood will .< 4
bring -'

.. "r the holidays. ;For Mrs. Turner i,, 1 $17.95 f-- cheer the throughout 'S.88 A V

: year.
PresbyteriansSet -
I I
i Mrs. J. O. Turner of Wild- : LEFT ... ki
CantataFor resident of
wood and a former
Slade's and Santa's [Starke died Wednesday Dec. Reg. 11.95
: SundayThe j f'
She NYLONSLIPS :
ill, in an Orlando Hospital (
[was the widow of the late J. AT i I \ lo12.95k1J

; HOLIDAY SPECIAL! choir of the First Presbyterian -I O. Turner who for several !1 I' y

Church. under the 'years operated, a bakery shop I 9.88 L

direction df Henry Greene. in Starke many years ago. 'I S .,. T4

: NO DOWN; PAYMENT will present a Christmas She is survived by three THE $2.00 5-

cantata."Everlasting Joy." (daughters, Mrs. L. E. Lawhorn I

,WITir TRADE I Sunday evening at 7:30: o'clock lot Tampa Mrs. A. E. Brooks
: in the church. Mrs. Henry lof Fort Myers, and Mrs. R. C. -'I Pajamas Reg. 14.95to

I Greene is the organist. Taylor of Orlando; four sons. END ,''I 16.95 I -

.: The cantata is a free arrangement -!,JW. E. Turner. J. H.- Turner, : \
a Westinghouse by Ellen Jane Lorenz -[land J. O. Turner all of Orlando 4ci $3.00

: d, t ., ,. .... 8 from the works of. Bach : and T.,A. Turner of Wild- OF : 10.88 QT'V ;!r

and is rated by the Lorenz Iwood; two sisters Mrg. Stella : -ALS- ,

; CONSOLETV Publishing Co. as difficult: Ittells i Wiggins i Macon, Ga. and Mrs. I ii1-

the tory of Christmas |G. H. Bennett Starke; nine I
Pre Teen
grandchildren, and three A : S Young-Junior -
in that every person j great ,
a way THE'MONEY d. Wide Selection! rBiy
listening is included in this ,i grandchildren. : ',. ,VB
11 historical event.It : Funeral services were held LONG SLEEVE SLIPS $2 and $3 Fashionsby Cinderella U'For
at 2 m. in the Wild- S ,
I p. Friday
choir
is a mixed voice, arrangement -
wood Baptist Church. Burial Cotton and Nylon Little. Sister JJU
and its effectiveness -
SPORT SHIRTS '
.. in the Wildwood : -
( Beautiful r is dependent upon each I'was CrabbTheusineral Cemeterywith The- Perfect Gift This ''t
: Walnut Finish voice carrying the responsibility -

of' its part. Soms of th ,Home in charge of arrange- Combed Oxfords in Boys' ; Christmas vTJ; t q
e. EiclusiveIntant.On ments. : II
cantata is familiar to every-
\ i Solids and Stripes plus -.4 Sizes
one with such arrangements I
_ _: as: "Mighty Lord" "Jesu Joy Christmas Eve : a huge selection of fine Parka 3 to 6X
I No W'arm7Up "In woven Chambray solids .
of M n's Desiring1. and : ,
Service Set
Dulia Jubilo." regimental strips and 3.98

: Period The public 'is invited to at- 'At St. Mark's ;I Madras plaids -V-taper t\-'A: .
I 4?
Coats
tend. tailoring with extra long h'Xd; Jo
i annual Christ- .
The Midnight
: SEE THE ALL NEW 1964 LINE !: tails '
Heilbronn Church ,mas Eve service will be held in '/ 8.98
Consolidate AnY ; =
St. Mark's Episcopal Church on U LX1 \

:. Of WESTINGHOUSE TV'S' In Stock Yule ProgramThe ;I 11:30 Tuesday p., m.Dec.Every 24, starting member of at qur Bills\ : ,I Reg. 2.98. !, i_ $4.93 4 -

No Down Payment With Trade public is invited to attend _- the church is expected to be at .... for __ I

:. the Christmas programat ,this service according to the $- 2 5 I I.5OI Zip-off Hood 4jY7.i4 :;
Heilbronn Baptist Church. '
.pastor. Rev. R. E. MacBIain.
: Friday 'niht at 7:30: o'clock. "We cordially invite the good Town Finance : 1. and warm
I : THE HOUSE OF QUALITY : .
Scheduled for the evening .. *' :
,people of Starke and Bradford '
will be congregational singIng County ta join in this service LOANS UP TO -\ Reg.. 3.98. .; quilted lining.
:
special singing poetry, celebrating the birthday of the 95'S'S
; slade ( ,OF devotional an original .dramatic Saviour," Rev. MacBIain said. $600.00 > 2.Ior..s6 .
jras entitled .rra: leon
play '"It is. good for Christians to 144 W. Call Street "
i STARKE Christmas Eve." with a join together in worship."

cast C't 21plusSanta: Claus Phone 964-9091

322 W. MADISON- STREET and children.candy and fruit for' 'thr Ran.Cash No Paid'Khakis for or Good.VTod.Clean AH: Starke, Tla.. -i !:}y \ W 1k$: V 2 ; W Moz

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:'I 1 IIItBSDY.. ,DEC.. 19. 1963 .. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARRE. FLORIDA PAG THREE:

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IVoman's
I I Club
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I.t-I I I Christmas Tea

; _"1 I Itl .Beautiful Event IAn
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11 i I outstanding social event

: .' Gladys Mooty of the season was the annual

J -"J -, Phone: 964-0651 Christmas tea given by the
."-,t'i I ; : Stark Woman's Club on
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"-: Wednesday: afternoon: last jLw
!' week at the club house: honoring : p

I tfsme First Baptist, I its new members, the Jun-

:1; Sjtene : I Ij Choir Membersj j tT : J1 ior Woman's Club, The Little

Woman's: Club, and the Senior _____ _
: Fp'r' Mrs. Miller
j ,t I Ii Enjoy PartyThe Citizens Club.
I I
., I The mantel in the lounge : : ___
i I ilrs, :E. L. Matthew and I First Baptist Church : was a symbol of Christmas !

i ; j daughter, Mrs.' Bob Ferguson, choir members wives and w 1d't r with an arrangement which ___

'I 1 I 1 entertained at a, beautiful tea ; husbands, enjoyed a delightful I% % J g formed a background for the -_ _. .t--_. .!, "". .. ,_. .. -"" '>' '...-. --- "' -
., i Mohday at the ,
afternoop Christmas dinner and party :
I 1 leceiving line composed of DuPont StaffDinnerDance ing and arrangements for this was served in the club's spas
; : t j'I'' h erne of the-former on Adkinsj I I'I' Monday night at the Baptist \ Mrs. Julian McRae, co-chair. : (festive occasion, and their ious ball room.

I 1 ; Street honoring their daugh- i pastorium.As j LXi man of the social commitee: !wives: E. R. Fox, Mrs. A. D. After dinner festivities included -

I J ter,. and sister, Mrs., John M'I] the members and guests % Mrs. William Hood: ; Mrs. E. : humorous talk b\
JI I i Vincent Mrs Harry Morgan, a
I'I't I Miller of Roseville, Calif who jis j arrived they were served Was r-t A. Hall. president; Mrs. Ran- At Country Club '!Mrs. Ben Moxley, Mrs. Drew i\Vm. Mitchum of O.-ala

: ., ijpfending\ the holidays here. I IIj sail by Mrs. E. D. Tenly and : 11 dal Chitty, president of the I DuPont staffers and their ;Reddish, :Mrs. Victor Frees, land dancing until a late hour.
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The Matthews home was Mrs. M. H. Sheppard.The 1 Junior club; Mrs. T. H. Slade (Mrs. Jewett Fogg, Mr. Frees, Guests included Col. and Mrs
I wives held their annual Christmas
J ; lovely for' the occasion with i buffet was covered witha :Miss Maria Moore, vicepresident party and dinner dance at I Mr. :Moxley, Gay Livingston, ,jJ. A. Griffin, Col. and Mrs. H
I artistic Yuletide decorations : red linen cloth and centered of Little Women; Mra. Mr. Reddish chairman Mr.
;
the Starke Golf & CountryClub !:M. Hatcher Jr., Dr. and Mrs
I highlighting, points, of interest. I with an artistic arrange- Guy Andrews and Mrs. Rob- 'Morgan and Mr. Vincent, pro-
I II last Saturday evening I H. H. Adams, and Mr. and Mrs.
ment of red and white mums,
Burning red tapers In ,seven-I : pit Halsall, secretary of the !duction superintendent at theTrail
I \ from 7 to 12.
btull h brass candelabra and flanked by three-branch sliver 'Senior Citizens. around Ridge plant. t E. L. Matthews.
Pictured from left
'oth r' olders cast a soft glow candelabra with white tapers. L1 .ffl Receiving guests at the door the beautiful white styrofoam I After a hospitality hour, I An attractive gift of perfume -
In:'thfc party The stair- 'I The individual dining tables 4' were Mrs. E. L. Matthews .and I '
rooms.
starting : was presented to each of
__ I.I Christmas tree are the staff at 6:30.: a delicious
rfcfllln ,the entrance .hall were centered with a small: "i; Mrs. Charles Darby. Mrs. C. '
wasentwined I memers responsible for plann- !dinner of prime ribs of beef ::the ladies attending.
with ivy and red arrangement of holly anda ( H. Nasworthy invited guests I

t poinsfcttia"and';) the, table in single red candle. Place j I into the refreshment room.I, Christmas balls were placed en''Jaycee Dance ,Baptist Circle
cards marked the
the. seating arrangement where they were served froma
hall was enhanced with either side of the stage. Poinsettias -
mJhUtyure carolezjnd: a tall for the 50 members beautifully appointed tea with ribbon loops and :This SaturdayThe Buffet DinnerThe

redltaper. and guests. At each place Santa At Country Club Party table, overlaid with a white red and green balls were, also,

setting were Christmas cor- I cutwork cloth. Red satin rIbbon Jaycees will sponsor :a Elizabeth Province en-
Ti&tea;, table in the dinihg used. I
Holiday Tea centerpiece was a lovely white from 3 to 5 o'clock, Santa
room was cevered with a red sage favors. Mrs. C. J. Houptwas was placed down the cen- An enjoyable musical pro- holiday dance Saturday night cle of the First Baptist i
Christmas tree made of styrofoam Claus paid the children a visit I
i satin cloth, over which in charge of the individual For YoungstersAt ter of the table and across to gram was rendered under the from 9 'til at the BradfordFair Church was entertained at a
was
tiered like a circular and gave them gum and can-
I I I poised, a green nylon net cloth table decorations. I staircase and strung witi dy. He also listened to their the edge of the cloth. The direction of O. L. Jarvis Ji Building on U. S. 301 delightful Christmas party
SppHqued with.felt poinsettias The Pastorium was lovely Country ClubA table was centered with a Baptist Minister of Muic; and North. and buffet dinner Tuesday
blinking lights. Punch was wants for Christmas morning, ,
for this occasion in ..he festive lovely arrangement of red Education. Mrs. G. S. New- The dance is an annual affair evening of last week at the
artfl, sequins. Centering the served from a cutglass punch then hurried off to the North I l
holiday theme with the mantelin delightful holiday tea was carnations in an antique silver comb and Mrs. R. A. Green and a dance band will;f F home of Mrs. R. A. Green Jr
table'was a Christmas ar- Pole to make ready their toy .
given Sunday afternoon bowl by Mrs. J. C. Sawyer social
I the living room a focal for soup tureen interspersed with chairmen of the music com furnish music. Tickets are $5 The buffet table was coten-d
ran>ment with whits silver
'
r point with a large arrangement children of members of the chairman of the club. A Christmas stocking filled leather leaf fern and flankeden mittee. Mrs. Green and Mrs. per couple and may be purchased with a red linen cloth and::!

buffet and jed predominating. Th of poinsettias. Starke Golf and Country Tray assorted cookies were with candy and toys was givento either side with three- Charles Francis accompaniedthe from any Jaycee mem- centered by a red, silver and

|p l silver candelabra held two with five-branch burn- After dinner the group Club. placed on tne table.A each child as a memento of branch candelabra holding red group. Several Christmas ber. The public is invited to white Christmas arrangement

f int red, tapers, and was cen- played games and sang Greeting guests at the door silver Christmas tree, decorated the occasion. tapers. Mrs. L. A. Davis and numbers were sung by th5 attend. flanked by white candles in

: teted with a red and white Christmas carols under the was Mrs. Vernon D. Silcox with assorted colored This affair was under th? Airs. W. E. Middleton,presided group after which Mr. Jarvis, silver holders. The festue

I I holiday arrangement. direction of O. L. Jarvis Jr.. and inviting them to the tea balls, stood in front of the direction of the Children's atthe silver coffee services. with his accordion led the Loveland-Currier : holiday motif was carried out

choir director. Dr. Houpt I table was Mrs. Randal F. Chit- picture window, and the other Social Committee Mrs. Hatch Mrs. Paul Raymond and singing of Christmas carols. .in decorations in the party

[ Greeting guests at the doorat' !I II president of the Adult Choir, ty, Mrs. Jack Eaves and Mrs. tables in the club room uei-; er chairman, and her commit Mrs. T. B. Harding invited Members of The Little Mr. and Mrs. Harold Love rooms.

I: ,intervals were"'Mrs. L. dressed as Mrs. Santa Claus, H. M. Hatcher Jr. gaily decorated In the holiday tee composed of Mrs. Silcox. I guests into the auditorium land of Tornngton, Conn. an. Mrs. Frank Owsley assisted

t> y1s. Mrs. K. G, A'I presented Mr. Jarvis with a The tea table was overlaid theme. Mrs. Chitty. and Mrs. Jaclr where they were seated at individual Women's'.Club assisted in serving nounce the engagement of Mrs. Green in serving the 22

Mrs.'E.K. Ferryman and personal gift, in appreciationfor with a white cloth. and th? During the calling hours: Eaves. tables overlaid with during; the afternoon.!!| their daughter, Shirley, to. guests ,attending, who moO

T:, T.. Long standing in the his services from the choir white cloths and centered witl Others assisting were Mrs.1'I Robert CUrri, son of "Mrsi eluded husbands and wIves.

receiving: line were-Mrs. Matthews members.In Senior Citizens Young Married Garden Club I: a crystal bud vase holding a Frazier Shaw, Mrs. J. A. Griffin ','i Alberta Currier and the late Following; the dinner, a business -

and her daughters, Mrs. charge of dinner : single red rose. 1 I Donald Currier, of Jackson- meeting and prosram: was
.the arrangements Enjoy Unique Class Feted Meets With Mrs. Charles E. Johns. ,
Feriilson and Mrs. ,Miller. and decorationswere The stage was banked with : ville, formerly of Highway 16 held.
Pairing coffee and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith, Mrs. !! [west], Starke. I
spiced Mrs. G. S. NewcomL. Christmas Tree At Hatcher HomeMr. Mrs. HarringtonStarke ligustrum foliage through
hot tea at intervals were Miss chairman. Mrs. R. A. Green, which vari-colored Christmas> J. W Kincaid, Mrs. Charles i I The wedding.will take plac I
: Steno Notebooks. Steno
Annie Darby Mrs. T. H. Slade. vice-chairman, Mrs. Paul Ray Novelty games, a unique and Mrs. Harry M. Garden Club mem- lights twinkled and shed :a Schmitt, Mrs. G. J. Mea rift at 10 a.m., Dec. 28, in St.

MM. Harry Mooty.. Mrs.'Cla1de mond. Mrs. Wesley King, and Christmas tree and the appearance Hatcher Jr. entertained mem- bers were delightfully ente"- soft glow over the scene. Sr. and Mrs. J. H DuPre and l'I Francis Church, Jacksonville; I Ko-rect Type, Typewriter
; Pens, Typing Paper, Erasers,
\ Crowson Mrs. W., E. Christmas party Simulated magnolia trees with The couple will reside in
Mrs. John GreenSWesleyan of Santa Claus pro- bers of their Sunday School tained at a I Miss Della Rosenberg. I
Middleton. and Miss Madge vided an evening of fun and Class the Young Married Cou- and program Monday eveningat I I Jacksonville after Jan. 15. Ribbons The TELEGRAPH.

tfddlet n..Assisting in serving Class frolic at the Senior Citizens ples, of the First Baptist their regular meeting at the I

ftfld' taring for" the guests were Has Yule Club meeting in the Starke Church at a Christmas Party home of Mrs. Gladys Harrington ,
M-}8', H. H. 'Adamst: Mrs. Edwin PartyAt Woman's Club last week. last Thursday evening. with Mrs. J. D. Seymourand

Williams. Mrs: C. A. Darby Smith Home The ingenious Christmas tre" Greeting guests at the door Mrs. Palmer Williams as ; '?

: ,lrs.; Randy Johns and which was the center of attraction were Mr. and Mrs. Hatcher, co-hostesses. | -';. .&'

MteSM. Susan Slade Kathy The Wesleyan Sunday during the evening and inviting them to the refreshment Artistic arrangements of'' t

Str Ut. Myrna' Lou) Rahn, Dee School class of the Metho- was mad!: by Alex Driscoll's table was Mrs. J. seasonal flowers and decora- ',

Walters BeMy.Matthews. Ger- dist Church held its Christ- daughter, who is with the E. Hardy. tions carrying out the holiday i i

ri &ooty. and Lee"Darby. mas party londay evening at Alachua County Recreation The table was overlaid witha motif were used in the party -' This Year It's

Two hundred and fifty the home of Mrs. Foster Shi Department. A huge green white cutwork cloth, and rooms. In the den was a tail .

I guest were' irivited'to( call between Smith with 25 members and i tree ,of plywood. it was decor- the centerpiece was composed lighted Christmas tree'and the 1 : .

the hours of four to six guests attending i ated with coffee cans, wrap- of a white and blue Christmas mantel in the living room was Denmark Furniture COmpany"'MERRY

I o'clock. Two Christmas trees, with ped in silver foil and attached arrangement. Silver trays held decorated with ivy, entwined i
i blue and green lights high- with red poinsettias. Center- '
I in horizontal rows. each holding assorted sandwiches, nuts and ., .
Methodist Women lighted the living room and cathedral candles in red sweets. ing the mantel was a beautiful '- '-, '' ':'-'' '-- -

Class den which were gay for the i' glass containers. Gifts, exchanged Mrs. Wayne Chance poured red and white Christmas ar-

Party HeldThe occasion with artistic Christmas by members. were punch, and Mrs. W. A. Hogan I rangement. The tea table in : :

decorations. I placed under the tree. I poured coffee from the silver, the dining room was covered for a CHR1STMAS,1a&14/Vw;
Methodist Womfn'sSutlday The tea table in the dining service. with' an imported cutwork .
A scramble of
game "get I
school clas enjoyeda room was covered with white I cloth, centered with a long low ,
The buffet held the serving ,
and take away" provided fun I .
.
Christmas party last Thursday linen cutwork cloth with a red, white and Christ-I '
green ,
and balanced on '
I plates was .
during the evening but each :
evening in 'Fellowship satin ribbon : .
green running mas arrangements flanked by
end with blue
the opposite a
guest was finally: awarded
Ball: across the table to the corners. I red tapers in silver holders
net Christmas tree trimmed ia '
with a gift. Several games 4 DAbIr !
,Christmas decorations weie I The beautiful Christmas cen- I were played and prizes award- silver. Other Christmas decor Mrs. M F. Hazen presided at: v
used for the Including
occasion.
terpiere featured
green grapes ations were used throughoutthe the silver coffee service ani I
I i ed. donated by Starke mer-
I a silver Christmas treewith' and blue candles. Mrs. Alice house. silver trays held dainty sandwiches ,

blue lights. During the Anderson presided at the silver -i chants. Approximately 29 guests attended decorated mints petit- I ;

evening Mrs. Jack Eaves directed I coffee service and Mrs. T. I The attractive decorations this delightful affair. fours, and fruit cake. '

games and recreation H. Slade poured hot punch. I were in charge of Mrs. Elva During the program, S. L. : "

for;the 15 members and guests I IaUrnding. Gifts were exchanged during DeVoe who also assisted Mr. Peek Jr. showed color slide I

I the evening, and special 'Driscoll, vice president and Altar Society of his trip to 12 European -

The members also brought : gifts were presented to Mrs. I I master of ceremonies, and Gives Festive countries with highlights! of

foqd and presents for a needy j I W L. Blair, a former teacher. Santa Claus as portrayed by the beautiful gardens and 'f>:"
family| :to be distributed next I and Foster Shi Smith, the : the club president Joe KerriI Holiday PartyOn countrysides. In his collection' :

*ctk.:. present teacher. I gan. Mr. and Mrs. Al Nichols of slides he also showed pictures / "

I the president and vice presi Wednesday evening, Dec, of the azaleas in bloomin

dent-elect, presented a Christ- 11, the Altar Society St. Ed- Starke last Spring.
.
The Amazing New mas Crest, a product of their ward's Church held their annual Preceding the program, MrsE.

own handiwork. Christmas party in the T. Prevatt, president con-
COLOR PACK After saluting those with parish hall. In addition to the ducted a short business meet- \ 4rI

POLAROID birthdays in December members, the pastor. Rev. ing. e

CAMERAJust James Gentry, Charles King Thomas Kelly, and guests i

and Mrs. Rosa" Bonawandtcarol : were present. D K G Members ,
the evening Christ-
singing was enjoyed with During I

In Time I Mrs. Nichols at th piano, and mas presents were exchangedand Attend MeetingIn 6"I
several en
were
Mrs. Arthur Lockwood and games Lake Butler

For' Christmas t I Mrs. Elva Scott leading the joyed.Christmas A beautifully tree highlightedone : decorated I 14V : -

a I songs. hall. The Alpha Nu Chapter 'of Delta
Giving corner of the I
Four new members were added
Kappa Gamma Society met I-- ,
refreshment' and tables '
I ; to the roll at this meeting, !; punch last Friday at the Civic cen- II ;
small
centered by a II ,
were
:
which was attended by 40 per- :
't
.I': Christmas tree trimmed in ter in Lake' Butler. I II I ''' FAMOUS ,

The #!> sons.No pink and balanced by pink I President Kathryne Epper- ;
Most\. -.. meeting will be held on son conducted a short business {
:' Dec. 24, with the next meeting ,, tapers. I session, andVintf. red iL STRATOflESTER -
AdvancedCamera I .
scheduled for Jan. 14. This I I The door prize was won by Geiger gave the devotion in I : 2 I' ;t1 't',:......,: ,' .
Mrs. Francis Meng and prizes '
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I I '
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: In will b> a covered dish supper were also, awarded to Mrs. Don keeping with the Christmas: '. :thIS chair: ,(- ;'A1: j2'f' glovesoMy" Recfmfng( ..,Chair;':, ,! .
; aturln9
at 6:30: p. m., with the Palatka Season. Denise Grey and Janet .......yqisaw fn, m ., .. .
.r : ] :i. : .
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j i Wiggins and Mrs. Fred Taccia. S-. > I i ; ''' ;: J"j' :
i The Senior Citizen Club membersas -
WorldABSOLUTELY Rhump presented a tap dance -' / SQ.r.A .1 j".i
guests. A special courtesf! Mrs. Rudolph Crawford was i number accompanied at the : ,;, 4f' }i' Luxurious, Looser: $ f .. -' (.,a"..
: of for I Ir t f '
in arrangements f"
charge
f will be extended to the members this delightful affair and she I piano by Cjnthia Whitehead. : ..t ': L -/ > fi; gJiJ' iJ 1 I ,size irefd'QUt-! ) j; d.' /" 'e ) i ,y wih

of the Bradford County i r The filmstrip, "Christmas Again : : ; f ; '.J 1 etrg. aft{ fooa.llIed'ptaw k,4d; ,:foam uiP.
I was assisted by Mrs. Glen i iI (' ;:" / : :
Recreation and
t Department i I I II shown followed by i{ .,fcned ;
Hundley. was 4. i- ,, ?q ltf ( not and foa :tv llOr.* AUTOMATIC friends of the club who have i I I I an exchange of gifts and tI '-- .: > ,' ./1' .

been helpful in providing gifts : group singing of Christmas
'
COLOR FLASH PICTURES IN 50 SECONDS and services during the past I Salmon-Sutliff carols. .

year. Engagement ToldMr. Members attending from MANY MORE RECLINING;
BLACK AND WHITE IN 10 SECONDS
\ Starke were Mona Canova, 95

' Goldwire-McGee and Mrs. Albert J. Sal- ,. Della Rosenberg, Reba Star- .

CAN YOU BELIEVE IT? \Vedding PlansThe mon of Starke 'announce th-* I I nes, Xata Sheppard, Tommie I CHAIRS IN STOCK From

Edna Hart and Muriel
engagement and approaching Nolin, i
Transistorized Electronic Shutter reads the marriage of their daughter.II Norman. *
light and marriage of Miss Elizabeth
sets exposure for (automatically Jane to Lester David
Betty : READY FOR CHRISTMAS
Roberta daughter -
McGee. I .
DURING THE ACTUAL FLASH' of a flashbulb of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sutliff in. of St. Augustine. |1 McNeil-Noegel J

:, James McGee of Ocala. to j Miss Salmon graduated ] Plans ..

Takes black and white without flash or wink Michael McDaniel Goldwire : from Bradford County High|Wedding DELIVERY Your Choice of Colors & Styles
attended two
,light if there's enough light to read by. : son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert j' School at St. Johns and River Junior years Col I I I I Miss Mary Elizabeth Noegel. -
Norment Goldwire of Starke .
'
Shutter : :: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.
speeds faster than l/1000th second in will take place at 8 p. m. Sat lege in Palatka.
bright with j 1 Mr. Sutliff graduated from I H. Noegel of Starke, will be
sun black and white.
urday, Dec. 28. in the First
"IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT"
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FASTER LOADING Presbyterian Church of Ocala.! SJRJC and is in the National I united in marriage to William
LIGHTER WEIGHT 'I Guard in South Carolina.
A reception will follow the B. McNeil on Sunday evening.
COME IN AND TRY IT OUTBULLINGTON'S The wedding will take place I !
at the Pioneer Garden
ceremony Dec.. 22, at 7 p. m. in St.Mark's .
i in the Ancient City Baptist I Ii I CO.
Nub in Ocala. DENMARK FURNITURE
i i I Church in St. Augustine on I II Ij Episcopal Churrh.' with

THE RIGHT POINT for the j Dec. 27 at 8 p. m. I a reception following in the -

way you wrIte. Come in and! A reception will be held in Parish HalL

select your favorite ESTER-.!| the church hall immediatelyafter All friends and relatives of '
104 WEST CALL ST. I 434: CALL STREET PHONE 964-4321
BROOK Fountain Pea. TELEI the ceremony. All friends the 'couple are invited- to at- ,

J -. -.. I GRAPH. i are cordially invited. I'teid. 1





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ni > "'a'I I 4'I I ___lI The COFFEE J & :Ms savings 3 great rare

from Mother & ,
& I ing for first

Xmas TourneyTo : : day morning

! : last week.. M., I
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Be PlayedDecember20 series 469 for J t t.1m

i't .?! J i i4T z Triest had a : 111I

21 ,
losers.
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Triest Girls
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/ from the 4.9'ers,
The Second Annual: Bibs j
I Cats and the
Christmas Basketball Touma- 1; BHS Basketball Coach Erwin Land stretches to measure center -| N HV

ment set this Friday and Saiurda -i John Williams' 6 feet 5 1-2' inches. John, now a senior, 2 three.points.points The 7 'til 11 Daily

fiTJ3( V ?, December 20 and 21, has grown almost five inches: since he first played center for Standings i

&, 4 will see four area cage squads the Tornado cagers as a sophomore. :J&M's tI K :
i& battle it out for the championship !Alley Katz PRICES GOOD .

holds.which Starke present John %Williams Rebels _: THURSDAY
Be ,
_ly Bradfcrd wen the event last Lanky May Mother & i I 'f" r

Triest ,Girls ; 0 FRIDAY
Live Oak 4G-33..

4 k'r year Fernandina beating 'Green. Cove Headed For New Gage Record 49er-s Cool Cats c SATURDAY

Springs, Bolles, and staTic'
'' will vie for the title in four Allegros Q SUNDAY
l'J Saturday.The I I : : : ICE: CREAM ,
l'I. tilts Friday and Tall and lanky John Williams he can also jump higher be- TWILIGHT i, '
first game of each doubleheader ::: : 516 E. Brownlee St.
has started basketball
every cause of the greater strength
I. ; ,
at 7 m. Gateway ; thi GALLON JG
will begin p.
t with the second beginning between Land for game three for Coach years Ervin and gained from. jumping rope and"running. :place in after the _. '_ \ STARKE, FLA.

j tJ LA 8 and 8:30: p. m. seemingly has come into his John demonstrated his increased from League ii i-; ; _ _ _ _ _
J Green Cove and Fernandina own. having scored 12S point stamina against Lake week. High i : Formerly DOUGLAS
Friday i-g
the
will meet in opener I
in .his: team's first six con City when the Tornadoes
1 I k and Bradford will fac3 was N. Nelson MINIT MARKET
night
tests this season. bested the Tig rs 65-61 in a Goodman
c' .- Bolles in the finale. The E.
With his
t Pirates with 4-1 record, are fastclimbingpoint closely played game. Althoughhe for the losers. ., .,, ..,. ........
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{ a had trouble breathing and : : :; 1t:: ;';:E. .:'iLJ- ;:l :It-'L':; '''' el.s = """
favored over Green Cove's: total, big John, who Triest
, u1l Pirates who were 2-3 after last Coach Land measures at si r" was weakened from a bad W each took 2 BAVARIAN SELECT
cold, he played the entire
% : Friday. Record-wise, Coach feet, 5V2 inches, may be on hh game and bucketed 26 points. Sleepy Andrews Hollow
Tornadoes to establishing all- 1 1I ry.:
Erwin Land's way an
I His biggest thrill in his 1 Starke 66,
Bolles. time scoring record for Tor-,
1 should take
three ; of play? I
years cage Johp took
The Tornadoes possess a 5- nado cagers. There is no record surance C
says it came last season a- Electric.
1 record, their only loss is to established now [none has sever the
gainst Palatka in a game
will be
\ There
powerful Gainesville High been kept, but John
t .. b""' -, .- -- --- ----. I ICradford's and Bolles has won only one scored 270 points as a sopho Tornadoes John held the 5040.Maroon But star Big: play until Jan. I 7

( two tall men, ieniora John Williams (left) and I i game while losing four. yern- more. 328 last year as a junior Bob Stephens, to 18 points; Standings

Ernest, Jenkins, clear the boards in Starke's 4C-14 thriller o'erSt andina has already beaten I and., if he keeps up anything while scoring 24 himself. It Triest Gateway Const. 1

Augustine last Friday. It has been the Tornadoes' superior Green Cove once this seasonin near his present torrid was the first time last sea- D & W Auto
pace, Land feels he'll be safely
regular play.Ad."Ilission
rl'boundingmeh has helped them to establish their respect- son that Stephens had tallied Andrews Drugs Carton PLUS
out of :
to the tourney reach of any> BHS
able 5-1 record.HeadsUp. less than 30 points. Starke "66"
will be $1 for adults and 50 basketball player past or pre- DEPOSIT

cents for students. Bradford ; Goodman's Ser. i ...., ,
"Ii-:;
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Puts Tornado High students will not be per- sent.Besides his accomplishmentson Baby Tornadoes Gem Jewelry :: '_=" .....!i'lBH."b.;: :! :",. ......1"" "'" ".,
;I Playing mitted to use their activity the 'basketball court big Win 2 Out Of ;3 Wells Murrhee:Elec.Ins. '

cards which are good only for John is president of the BHS FRESH BAKED

regular schol sponsored activities student body and, as a member Games This Week Sleepy Hollow :,
Out in Front 5-1 .
Cagers Way since the tourney gate of the Beta Club," is an MIXED
receipts must be p1it' equallv honor stude pt. In his athletic, Bradford BabY' Tornadoes I I
between all four teams. career at BHS he has stuck edged St. Augustine 33-35 In D & W took
"Over all good playing" was cnes to put Starke ahead 43-
a thriller Friday and dumped to
"We'd like to see the tour- with basketball because he Carp's
the way Bradford Cage Coach: :: Mac lenny 31-23 Tuesday to 'the : C
Thursday
41.The nament well attended Cage "feels it is better to concentrate -
Erwin Land put: it after his Jackets came back i- '
!
win two of three contests this Pete
Coach Erwin Land says. "We on one sport than to be gue.
Tornadoes wen a 46-44 thriller gain, however, with about 1:30:
week to place their season's winners with
made expenses last year and mediocre at two or three. ,
over St. Augustine sailed left and sank two free shotsto record at four wins and two Bill Lovell
hope this year to make enoughso He is the only player on the
: Macclenny: and held/ tie it at 43-all and Hobb3 I!
past defeats.In for .
we can increase the size of 1963 squad who played underLand Carp's.The I
Class AA Gainesville High for came back with the clock
the St. Augustine thriller
the tournament. [as a sophomore] when Size LoafFOREMOST
three quarters before suc stopp3d at exactly 1:02: and I
: "The crowds have e2Il he became basketball coach last Friday, December 13, the 3 from Team
cumbing.The sank another free shot to: Baby Tornadoes trailed the their first
far this I'd three ago. He is also the
*,. two victories put thrTornadoes' give Starke the lead 44-43. good so season years Jackets through three quar- Telephone :: ::: : :te: :
win mark at five The plucky guard missed his like to see them increase as only player to have started : == J : :: := :
ters of the ballgame, although 3 from
4_ the season gees along, the every game in the past three
and the defeat to powerful second shot, though in din
a '
they remained within shouting to second :
coach added. seasons, and of his star center -
GHS is the cnlv mar in their of noise almost( deafening as distance. Then 'in the finalflodhicthT Standings \ PICTORIAL
.. Land :
.saysw"JofirThas
record so far. Their present Starke fans encouraged him. VterCity'Golf "" clone aimejobin 1> ztd :f- f> & W Auto!. ,

5-1 early season: reC3rd is ths St. Augustine again got two First J the three years he's been entered trailing 21:24, forward Team Five

best established: by any Tor- free shots as one of their play- Robert Powell to life Oil
anc Register
: Tourney here; he's a fine boy, a fine came
nado five in many season. ers was fouled with only 481 student a fine athlete, and bucketed 10 points to lea'd'liis Starke Tel. No. CREAM
"Our over-all play was goodin seconds remaining and Under Way
t someday he will make some- team to victory. Carp's 33c'h:
the St. Augustine and Mac- sank the first free throw. He I I inter-city body a fine college basketball The Tornadoes cut-scored Starke Tel. No.

clenny games, and we could also sank the second but it The first annual Tournament player." Land says that John the Jackets in the final period I I

have beaten GHS if we had didn't count because a Jacket I I'Civic Golf Club when "has really worked" at the 17 to 11. Powell ended up
known more about them.' man stepped into the free lanj started Sunday morning to CARD OF
Rotarians outputted round ball sport.: with a total of 12 points C
Coach Land stated. The Hur- too soon. I the Keystone the Keystone Lions As there should be, and has lead his team while Greg Reddish May we take
ricanes had thoroughly scouted Both teams pressed each
sank 11, Paul McLeod 7.
win the opening round. to be for a successful squad, a thanking
Club to our
the Tornadoes as their other for 45 more seconds bu :
and Tim Adams and Emmet.tAltridge
Rotarians will relationship of mutual respectexists
coach let Land: know. Starke's Harold Bishop was The Keystone between coach and 4 each. kind I Gallon
of the Starke
the winner
The Tornadoes' best victor.7cf fouled with only :03 left. At play Starke also through in our ;
Land came
Club Golf Tournament, player, and of Coach
the week, however, was the that, both teams called! timeout Civic John Tuesday to take Macclenny These :
The city that wins the final says: I
contest which to settle down and bod
I St. Augustine will be awarded a rotating "He's the kind of coach you 31-23 for their fourth victory. been a great

ran nip and tuck all the 4.3 repeated the Lord's Prayer tally trophy to be kept for a want to play hard for and Greg Reddish led the locals fort in our I = C=::=_=

minutes. Land's cagers led 11- before going back on the year. show him you appreciate what with 12 points while Emmett ways remain a .

10 at the first quarter 2322at court. he's done for Akridge: had 9. The Tornadoes
The Keystone Clubs used tjie you. ory.-Dr. and "GOLDEN RIPE"
halftime, 34-29 after third "It's just a two-foot put,
I Callaway system for handicapping In the three years he's play- were never threatened as they tray.
period. and then 46-44 at the son," Land told Bishop in the scores. Net scores for the ed basketball at BHS John I built un a five point lead in

'finish. sideline huddle. Then the big nine-hole were: Rotarians, has literally been in the mid- the first quarter: and never relinQuished :

''p j Exchanging all the first man, a 215-pound football Hardenberg game, 3S; Redfearn, 39; dle.of the rise of the sport it. I nn1n A
half. the two teams played a star and a golfer of state
almost The local's loss
which only
Dwyer, 38; Tolles, 36; Rey- was becoming : during ii .1
t slowed down type of game the wide in fame, stepped to the line nolds, 38; McKay, 38; :Muhl- defunct. When John played as the wepk's play came at the ;JC
being set by the Jackets. the hushed gym.
pace hofer, 37; and Stephenson, 36. a sophomore at center, where hands of powerful Gainesville
Third period play, however, The husky cager, probablythe The Lions scores were Brown, he's still playing this season, Highs junior Hurricanes. I

saw the Tornadoes go to work coolest man in the gym 38; Eland 39; Belote, 37; Noo- his team won only six games. After* leading 13-5 after the ,

and establish a seven point took a deep breath, bouncedthe ney 37; Beidler, 38; Beam, 36; Last year, after much work first period and 21-19 at the
lead at ball once, and put one I '
one point. half the ,
Darden, 38; and McGlave, 37. on the part of the players Tornadoes ran int '
Shortly after the fourth period through the hoop without and coach, the team bettere foul trouble and relinquished I' ;

began however: the touching the rim. their record to 11 wins and the lead to the Hurricanes. By : 6

Jackets made'two baskets and Starke had a one point lead at the end of the first period 14 defeats, still on the losing the end of' the third period MEAT b"J .

two free shots"tq .the Torna- then 45-44, but Bish followed and the Hurricanes had almost side-but greatly improved.This the Canes ,had a 10 point "

does' single two pointer to go with another perfect charity !- pressed the panic but- season the squad won margin and the ,score at -,..'

ahead for the first time 37-36 chance and the Tornadoesled ton.But its first three games and John game's ,end'stood at 80-47. [$ tCt.-.1 p: T- : "__r'''' .....,.. ..
BHS center John Williams, two points 46-44; andthat's the powerful Canes has been a big factor as h' I II Ii I t '- .I' __,, '
!!!!!
i ""' "" { :" '''- "
at 3 -L.n".j-"TiVI'
fought back to a 34-29 lead : : "
playing though he was much the way the game ended has been over the last three Ten Thousand ; 1
weakened by a bad cold, sanka three seconds later. the half. The Tornadoes came ye rs. Along with four or fire 1 GEt ESSEE
within two points of them at .I.
single free shot to tie it up Sportsmen .
In their other win this weekLmd's other players, John has worked I
37-all with a little over five the end of the third period
on his own in the off sea- '
swept 'Mac- r
cagers past 51-53. Hunt BlandmgAlmost FRESH
minutes remaining in the con- ,
clenny Tuesday on the visiting son to bring basketball. back:
Starting! the fast break in II
test.st. team's court 75-60 with the into its own at Bradford High.! 10,000 sportsmen :
the final period, however, : tQoJ.Ji,
Augustine again went I bench playing freely the last I The boys even played as a HENS
proved the Tornadoes down to the woods in Bradford, Coun-
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ahead two points with 5:10: hah. Partially recovered from unit during the summer a- ,
fall as they fought gamely against high It1's wildlife reserve at Camp I
left in the game but basket oy his weakening cold John Wil- GHS's greater numberof gainst similar school
Starke's Gene Pass tied it up liams led his team with 25 substitutes. The local five's they are meeting on the Blanding, according to wildlife j I SMALL #

again with 4:13: left at 39-aU points, one of four Tornadoes cagers playing on GHS' home court this season. and they officers. Hams or

t ... Neither ball club could make to shoot in double figures. court, remained within striking played against good competition The hunting season this year _

I -, a basket for over two minp Rebounder Ernest Jenkins distance until the last at the State Prison at saw more squirrels "bagged" LB. < C

"*utes but the Jackets scored chipped in with 12 points us three or four minutes but then Raiford. than any: other game at the i I _
John credits Coach
:ot\\a did forward Harold Bishop Big
i more free shots to go ahead the margin widened to
c. while Richard was Land with helping him more Blanding reserve. Squirrels I I
again 41-39. : Hobbs had 11 Full 'Qarisn
78-61 Land substi-
as began HICKORY : !!
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J But guard Robert Moo? and Robert Moody 10. tuting for his first five. I than anyone else-in pickingtip both cat and fox, accounted for I

.. was fouled with 2:41: left in In their only loss to Gate The coach is attempting to I various moves on the court about half of the, 1,272 kills ,, SUGAR

.. the game !and he sank two the Tornadoes gave: out ofi schedule GHS to play here: and. in giving him a chance, to made by hunters. Squirrels Ham or
sEts to tie it again at 41-all i gas, according to Coach in gain experience asa soPho.
this season during one of two bagged totaled 677. j ..... ._ _. __
and' I the final period last more. Experience John feels, I LB. -* :i\'i; mU"!!': 'P\-""" .r' > """ ""-"
immediately alter that, Friday days January 17 and 18, but -
Richard I against tough Gainesville has been the highest factor in Second highest game bag recorded -!
guard Hobbs was so far has had no luck in
'fouled and he sank two free I High. The Tornadoes led 15-7 tempting the Canes' coach. his gaJ.ntng-'h1s present stature was 354 quail. Hunters i! Center 'These Additional Features

.ra.._________ __ I as a player. also took 98 dove; 77 deer; 44 t :
John predicts "one of thebest i PORK
Will I turkeys-; hogs, and 3 ducks. !' Orders
Jaycees Express
seasonswe've: ever bad"for ; Money
Health 1
Facts Fete Children the Tornadoes this year i LB.
adding" "We' e got quite 'a Recent Births i ii i: Crushed Ice'f, .:, '

- Eventually you will decide to bring Continued From Page One] team: the" best I can rememberat Bradford County Hospital an- .|Ii I I ; I
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BHS.
:'' LJ health problems to the Chiropractor i' PIG
: your Church Fellowship Hall. Brad- "Our over-all teamwork is flounces the following births: ; -,

', '' ::1.p'Then' ,you will regret the years you ford children from ages 4 real good." the tall center ],,[:r. and ],[rs. Kenneth .Elix- :," NECK E TO < :..

,Li4 wasted, the pain you suffered needlessly at their homes by Jaycee says. "Believe it or not, the '
,11, all because you put off going to your I memers and brought., to the first game: we played this s kscn son, Starke, a son, Kevin Lynn :: LB. : HIIG1 --

Chiropractor when a "stitch in timeDr. party.. I I was' the f"mttlzrie 'the Dec. 10. I I =:AND OPfN/NG Jr) I I

Bellinger would have saved nine." Robert Barksdale will treat (: team has gone full c uitthi3year. Mr. and Mrs. David Harold ..

Act today t morrow is not, yours to gamble with. the children to a movie at the j I ." Martin. Lake Geneva, a daughter DEPT j
John is proud of the' 'fact STEW D@UGLAS' MEAT 40 I
Phone 964-2881 and ask for an appointment. I Florida Theatre and Jaycees j Ruby Osteen Dec. 13. ,
will distribute candy and fruit i that he's "finally dunking the : BEEF
In Starke the Bollinger Chiropractor Health Center 0" I II
I' to the children with ball this Mr. and Mrs. Martin H. Carl- ,
along year. Increased. :
is located at 426 N. Walnut St. I DOOR TO JACKSON'S MINIT MARKETt
toys. The Salvation Army i Is strength he feels is the main ton, Starke, a" daughter, ,Joy : LB. .
Insurance Cases Accepted. "
| I donating some of the toys and reason he is able to dunk the ,Abeline, Dec. 14. -

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I W. White Sr., 78,. of i

r + S Fr Stavke, died at his home here I

Monday night alter an extended J
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illness. t f
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afly Mr. White was born at Griffin + r' ,

Ga. on Nov. 21. 1885 the
son of the late John Wesley el

and Noble Ray White. He 4 I

< moved to Starke with his

parents, as a young man and
was engaged in business with I N9h1aI

HOMER WOOD his father on Call Street for llro' a

f many' years. He later.operated'. D
I a small store near his resi-
dence on Lake Street before !
Last Sunday afternoon Clyde retiring several years ago du: 0 I W-D BRAND CHUCK1Roast
Terwillear tied the record for I 0 5 _
to, ill health.
I '1 nine holes at the Keystone STO
Mr. White was a member
Golf course with a 31. His I
,
I and active in the affairs of LB. 481.
score card read: 5 -
1
pars 31
I! the First Methodist Churca. : QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
1 birdies, and 1 eagle. He had (t
"f his eagle when' he' drove the I I It' I I He. had'el'ved as Sunday' PRICES GOOD THRU DECEMBER 21 ST ,
I| Schol superintendent for WINN-DIXIE STORES. INC. W-D BRAND BEEF SHORT
l' the 4
t' green on par seventh COPYRIGHT- 1963
many years, and also as q
hold, about 315 yards. He i 1ft
was I member, of the Official,Board.
": six feet from the hole, made
I 1 i ,He was an ,honorary Steward R.eb LB. 11)8
If his putt, and wound up with S. I.
: 'at the time of.his,death. '
ft ,
EARLY YOUR
FOR
an eagle on that hole. SHOP > + 0 0
Ethel .za F ate. c\yw
'i Surviving are his wife x ( ,
y .
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Dr. H. H. Adams and Sam HOLIDAY MEALS ALL STORES
White of Staike'-three daughters j W-D BRAND RIB
Gardner were playing with '
I Mrs.Charles W, Savage: i : CLOSED jj j I
Clyde when he 'shot this amazing I II ,
I I Mrs. Floyd Boone. Jackson.
'ti score. .' I Tenn.:; and Mrs. Charles I i ,. Roast LB. 781.I
- : Terwillegar held the record CHRISTMASi YA ,, Ij j t
F>lrls. Jacksonville; one son. i ii I 'mod
1
at club O
ft our --a 67-until a
Olin ,W, White Jr., Starke; a ; .
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1 1 couple of weeks ago when a i I & OPEN TIL 6:30 P.M. DEC. 24TH. 4
!1 I brother; George C. White, Tallahassee ; W-D BRAND FRESHER, LEANER
., touring pro. Tommy' Jenkins, I ; 11 grandchildren .. ... .. '.. ... ... .. .. QUICK FROZEN
broke it with a 65. and one great grandchild. .. _. .. .. .. .,, .. ..- I ,
I deeply appreciate the mer- Funeral services were held' Gr B f 5 LB. $198
; chants and professional men PKG.
GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN ee oL
I' who helped sponsor our pro- First at 2:30: Methodist p.m. Wednesday Church in with the BAKINGf! TURKEYS !, .
am. sled
-Homer Rev, John R. Brabham and Hens LB. y. ONLY AGING brings you such TENDERNESS and GOODNESS
I i Rev. Laurie G. Ray of West fe ,
[ !1 Palm;Beach a nephew of the I I I SWIFT PREMIUM BONELESS CANNED Only the top grades of U. S. Government graded beef wear \

j Funeral Monday : deceased officiatin-j. Inter- 1 1j j, : the W-D shield. Placed in temperature controlled coolers, ,,t f

[ ment was in ,the, family plot Hams jJ LB. S298 17 to 24 1 10 to 16 j <, W-D beef is aged to the very peak of tender, flavorful good

t For W. E. Belton, ;, in Croshv Lake: Cemetery under t e Ii CAN ness by nature's own process while still fresh.

Retired Seaman ,, ,direction of DeWitt C Lb. Avg. Lb. Avg. W-D Brand beef is close trimmed of bone and fat before ..
Jones Fun lal Home. HORMEL CANNED BONELESS
LB. :y.j? LB. t. AW weighing and packaging. You get more lean, tender beef per

k William E. Belton 82, of Picnics 3 CAN $199 j pound at Winn-Dixie. f' ,'

Starke.,died in a local hospital A Funeral Held : 0 0 ,. .
Sunday morning after a short :>i'r.:7':: : : : Z' .""": -- : t. : ;, ::1:r.-" ., :':7''f.1ff: ; <
ForC.1!'H. Smith / v w \ fln&wittnsrc 'r .. a .. _, _
illness. He was a retired Mer- I. HORMEL CANNED BONELESS I 1 "'" 4A '

chant Seaman, a member of $"59
Graveside
At
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the Presbyterian Church, and Hams 3
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CAN i! _
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had been a resident of Starke i Chauncey Hazen Smith, 82, 0 S 1 f Ntt MORTON FROZEN PUMPKIN R

for the past ten years, coming i of Starke., died in a local con- GRADE"A" QUICK FROZEN CHICKEN i ii Family
here from New York City. He 1 valescent home Monday after I Ft Pies 3 $1

was born on March 6, '1881 in : an extended illness. He was Gizzards 291' I Size .

Devonshire Ireland. : born in Peakskill, N" Y. on i I LB (APPLE, CHERRY, PEACH, COCONUT ALSO)
Surviving Is his wife, Pearl 1: May, 24, 1881, and had resided: {
Carter Belton, of Starke. ?1 in Starke for: 13 years. He was PALMETTO FARMS CRANBERRYSalad ( r f 1 4. KERN FRESH FROZENStr'berries

at Funeral 2 p.. m.services Monday were in Jones held i j I Church.a member of the Episcopal PKG. 351' i 1 cl 1 1 4 10oz.Pkgs. 89,

Memorial Chapel l with Rev. Surviving are two brothers. I o 1 .

e Bessie Hogsed and Rev. Lor- II Thurlow Smith of Yorktown, (PLUS 25 EXTRA STAMPS) !** FRESH FLORIDA 1 1
Griffis Burial 1
enzo officiating.
Is. Y. and Fred Smith. I 1 A// ASTOR FROZEN FORDHOOK OR BABY
G 1 will follow in Kingsley Lake Graveside funeral services Superbrand Grade All Flavors Superb

Cemetery under direction o! were held at 2 p.,m. Wednes- d j jI 1 4 10-oz. 89"

Home.DeWitt C. Jones FUneral MacBlain day with Rev.officiating.Raymond Burial E. I 50 Extra 3MT Green Stamps I j!I Large EGGS ICECREAM Lirnas Pkgs.

was in Hope Cemetery under I WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF / ASTOR FROZEN BROCCOLI OR BRUSSEL

I: 4 Rotarians Give Funeral direction Home.Funeral of DaWitt. C. Jones ONE Chicken PKG. FROZEN JESSIE Thighs JEWELL !.y 1 1 1 REGULAR 590 Sprouts 4 10-oz.

+ Children's I 1 49/ 891'
Toys I I GOOD THRU DECEMBER XIST \ DOZ. 1 Pkgs.
1 HALF GAL.
I AT ANY WINN-DIXIE '
A carload of toys was load- Mass I 21 dh( ; 1 1.

ed up after the Rotary ClubmeEting 'Said Friday .1 .;, .ut1r' .: .","..". "' _"'V-. """ < Wednesday and will I ,, rfilf-: ___ t. .....,IIt'; "'k-.U ;;:; s. :iiIIIIEII
"' 'i(; "I be turned;over to the Jayces' For Mrs. LeiboldMrs. h1 i ,
for distribution at their annual i

i, Christmas. party for chil Anna Leibold; 82, of 50 Extra W.Green Stamps SAVE 10J/20! EACH MINOT CRANBERRYSuce.i0s25
dren. I Starke. died in a local hospital WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
The toys were brought by ; Wednesday night after I
ONE FOZEN TREADO
the Rotarians to their annual I an extended; illness. She was
i "gift exchange" and poetry- 1 born in Eiie County. N. Y. onj Pecan Pie ? I f

writing meeting Wednesday.Gifts j July 4, 1881 and had resided GOOD THRU DECEMBER 21ST t
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used to exchanged a- J I in Starke for the past six I AT ANY WINN-DIXIE < 1
SAVE 7V2t! EACH OCEANSPRAY CRANBERRY J
mong members, but in recent | years. She was a member of I 22 a d' I
i years toys have, been broughtfor i the Catholic Church.
children instead. Poems I Surviving is her husband. 300
2.
Sauce. 39 I
both complimentary and I' Thomas E. Leibold, of Starke 1 CANS ,
some not so complimentary Funeral Mass was held in Er /vl j [ \ 51 0 ;
were read, with members who : St. Edwards Catholic Church 50WITj Extra Z W Green Stamps 0

failed to produce a poem fined at 8 a.m. Friday with Father I THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF SAVE 1 10* EACH DEEP SOUTH I

kitty. Thomas F. Kelly officiating.
$1 for the Rotary I I FIVE CANS FROZEN
President Charles Sawyer i Burial was in Crosby Lake I Hawaiian Punch I ,
1 presented a ball point pen Cemetery under direction of Mayonnaise QT. 3 9ci's! ,>

I with the' Rotary insignia, ti i Dewitt C. Jones, ,Funeral GOOD THRU DECEMBER 21ST 's

each member.It : : Home. AT ANY WINN-DIXIE ,

was announced that the 23 I tic SAVE 100 EACH KRAFT Limit 1 with $5. order ,or more I j Pole BEANSM
club would'not meet on Wednesday -
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Dec. 25,, Christmas Dr. Ritch Named

Day or Wednesday, Jan. 1, "Chief Of Staff i Mayonnaise QT. 491. I M

New Year's ,Day I j'5O Extra WC'Green Stamps I
Tender
I Dr. T. G. Ritch was elected 2yes.
at annual WITH.THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF SAVE EACH BLUE OR WHITE .
!Chief of :Staff the llj! ARROW !
Cub Scouts Use.. I meeting of the ,Bradford County ONE FROZEN Fox DELUXE Young

Christmas* ;, Theme I Hospital Medical Staff Tuesday I % Pizza Pie I
<( ,night, Dr. P>.-G.- Felos was Detergent GT.BOX, 4811
COOD THRU DECEMBER LISTAT'AN'WINNDIXIE
EXTRA LARGE FRESH GREEN STALKSCelery
At Pack Meeting, 1 ;(':'Christoffers named vice ,chief secretarytreasurer. ,:and Dr. D. M.- I I


Cub Scout,"Pack* W,held its "N SAVE 6* EACH KLEENEX TABLE' 2sthit29 '
1;R, E.- Edmondson.. hospital ,
I )
regular monthly meeting on I
} I administrator, said )' sterdayIthaf

:Tuesday, Dec. 17, in the the. new 25-bed. -addition N pk 50-Ci..PKG. 19 l' J
Methodist' Qhurpjx+ fellowship: tq< the hospital' about 75 percent 50 Extra 3W Green Stamps]r a n s t'
hall "The Cubs 'met -at thechurch complete. The contractor :It
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WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF ........, yvx
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went until March 5, 1964 to complete .
at 7l p. m. and had --:: "
:the' ,, Edmondson said. THREE 32-oz. CANS THRIFTY MAID ,
job
meetihe. \
caroling :before the
I i Equipment is on order for Grape DrinkGOOD f
They; visited the Bradford
the hew addition, and it- should 2 .
THRU DECEMBER 21ST
County Hospital and several ,!be put into service soon after :. :: ::: .
AT ANY WINN DIXIE Astqr
I elderly couples in Starke.At '''the contractor finishes,'the ad- Rllsbmys 't
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the meeting several. ;|ministraton,said. <, SHORTENS
:= ;:
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".a1"ds're given for Arrow I I II I I,f .... xxxx......
Points. promotions and year !At The Tabernacle Ili'aIf t r'il 't '

pins. Two new Cubs were inducted I Ii I 50 Extra#*f Green Stamps jzo; '

its Bobcats. the morning service 1
Sunday
In I
WITH
I THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF ,
Den.3 had the most Cubs in f,! at the Gospel Tabernacle: ONE is-oz. PKS. CRACKIN GOOD BIG 60 VACUUM PACKED 4 POLY-UNSATURATED ASTOR

attendance, thereby winning I Rev. Morris M. Brackman Sr. ,
Cr Sandwiches
attendance flag' for the ; who with MrsBrackman.. 1 Family Astor Coffee. Shortening
I i GOOD THRU DECEMBER LIST'
second month. A total of 95 Irecently returned from Puerto. .
PllLSBURYS
Cubs and I AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
parents attendedthe
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I Rico brought the message using l. '. .
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meeting. Them! for the i .
the "Magnificat" of Mary ;.r CAN 3-LB. CAN
month was "Old Fashioned from Luke as a founation. ,
BEST FLOUR
Christmas. This followed by a short
I was SAVE 10" SAVE 7"MB )
Dens 1 and 4 in .
were charge i message. by Dr. Harry McGee '" lfif f.rw

of decorations, and Dens 3 and 'Ion."The. office of the Holy 50 Extra##"Green Stamps ;: ;:_.. S-LB; ._ Save 15
5 prepared and served refresh- j Spirit: Mrs McGee sang. i r. MAXWELL HOUSE Save 10* = POLY-UNSATURATED. .
WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
ments. I Sunday ,night Dr. McGee BAG
Two new applicants were I spoke on prophecy now being ONE 36-CouNT BOTTLE 4JCoffee 59? Crisco 368?
accepted and, anyone Interested I fulfilbd. Bufferin60OD iaf SAVE o

I in becoming a Cub Scout ; The McGees, who have been THRU DECEMBER LIST ii f X10 Limit 1 with $5.00, food '20 Limit one with $5.00
should/! attend the next packmeeting I jpr '
guests of the Prophet's Room AT ANY WINN-DIXIE order or more. ." food order
on Jan. 28. i left Tuesday for Clearwater to
1-J.. E.4Ttunl I spend Christmas with their I (Limit 1 with S5. order or more.)

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:[ PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
i THURSDAY, DEC. 19, 1961 i if
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f ; I News Needed I II Northeasterly corner of said Lucinda Griffis. et aI. Plaintiffs tion; 36. Township South 1 I Thomas & Pierce I,
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By I
Early--Telegraph George H. PierceAttoneys
Taccia land, run thenceVest vs. Dolph Griffis Truby Range 21 East Bradford County t
and along the said Northerly Griffis and Dottle Griffis. De Florida. fir 'PIalnt ffs
boundary a distance of 210 fendants.PAKTITIOV. I 13/19 4t 1 9 ,
feet Together with the building;! -
Will Print On Next WeekThe to he point of beginning all PnocLIIIG: ; and improvements situate
Tuesday o tlwre-I :>OTICI0. I%T. S1'JOS
I lying in the East 6 acres of the I Notice is hereby givtn tha: I I on. in accordance with the TO
; ; ; :South; half of Southeast: quarter the undersigned: as Commissioners Decree in the above stjlvd ItKGIVTKK: "icrriorsXotic MMB i

Telegraph will be published I most cooperation en the part of Southwest quarter of Section herein, under and l 1.j j I (cause. dated December 18th, A. the undersigned' i is hereby, under given the that,.,-
16, pi
Township 6 South. ItangeIast 22 virtue of the Court's Order entered I D. 1963. i i t
next week on Tuesdaj of cur columnists and visions of Chapter 20,933.) : l.aw'i
correspondents
containing one acre in the above cause direct- 1 The above described ropertyi, '
: believed to be the earliestin j club reporters and oth- 1 4jr : more or less.CIRCUIT ing sale of the property hereinafter I together with all the tenements of register Florida with, Acts the of Clerk 1941.v of th\'1 I
GOLDEN RIPE ( COURT SEAL) I described will offer for hereditaments and appurtenances 1
the week that is has rolled ers. News copy columns society Dated this lith;: day of Decem- sale, and sell at public auctioa thereunto belonging! or in ford Circuit Court. in and for Brad-
,
from the presses in its 34 items, correspondence her 1963. to the highest and best biddei anywise appertaining will bt. I Cvunty Florida.} upon receipt \
Charles A. Darby, South 'door of sold said sale in of proof of publication >ftfiis
for cash at the at pursuanceof I
years of publication. church notices, etc. :MUST be I notice, the fictitious ,
Clerk Of Said Circuit Court the Bradford County Court- said Order, subject to con name
The early publication schedule -I in our hands not later than By Janet N. Carter house, in Starke, Eradford: firmation of said sale by th.> of Bradford Septic Tank & I

: BANANAS is made necessary by the f Monday morning Dec. 23. in I Deputy Clerk 12/19 Itehg : County of January Florida, 1964.on at the 11:00 10th day o'- Court.Dated at Starke Bradford Hauling, in Co.business under which at 1525 I amengaged K t I'

i iI fact that Christmas falls (,n I order to insure publication in clock a. m.. Bradford County County. Florida, the 18th day of Cali St., :'arke, Florida I
Mrs. W. C. Powell P. O Box ,
In The Cirrn't Court Of The
Wednesday. In order to the Christmas issue. Any Florida, to-wit: December. A. D. 1963. I
cop'that 207, .
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I i Eighth Judicial {Circuit In And Eart one-half (E'J) of Southeast /SA.. J. Thomas Starke. Fla. sole owner ,
place our Christmas Greetings I' can be brought in on -- Fur ISratlf,nl 'Dnth Florid Quarter (SEi: and Southwest I IS, Guy Andrews Dated this 19th day of l"eeemher. ;'
: : issue in the hands of readeis Saturday or mailed in Sunday In CbaiirrtT: I Quarter (5\\'lj) of the I I //SL.. J. Kite II III Bradford. A. n. 1963 at Starke
Recital Series PRTI1'IO61 \ Sec I County Florida
), CommissionersFOR
Southeast Quarter ( EJi
H I before the 25th it will be nec- will be appreciated and wil1 1:2194t! 19
10 LBS.49C
i essary to print the paper on I enable us to handle a difficult Starts SundayAt --- ---- ,

Tuesday rather than the reg- I situation.
I ular publication date. Thurs Baptist ChurchThe
Advertising copy for the issue !

: day.In of Christmas week must First Baptist Church of
i Dowling's Produce Market
view of this unusual tim be in our office by 10 a.in. Starke will hear the first of a
schedule, we must ask the ut- Monday Dec. 23.
series of recitals, dedicatingthe
If for any reason this sche. new Steinway concert

I dule cannot be complied with grand piano, this Sunday at 20 Words or less, one time .95 Memorials, Resolutions Del per w n%

HUNTLEY I I please hold your items until 7:30 p. m. Recitalist on this If not paid in advance __ 1.00 Cards of Thanks op to fit words S.M

REDFEARN, JR. !'I the following week since they occasion will be Samuel B. Keyed or Blind Adg _ _ 1.CO Over 50 word __ 5c per win. ,

I FREE Salesman might be misplaced if brought Teeters Jr., assistant professorof Each additional word over 20 _ 03 Display ads in Classified L&O per 11I&8
I'I to our office later than Monday piano and music educationat ,

I Chrysler Imperial morning. the University; of Florida. VOLKS Sedan-White For' |I I SALE-3 bedroom Unfurnished i> Bradford County- The Court- I

Plymouth Valiant I I The Telegraph will be pub- Mr. Teeters has earned degrees -* Sale Good Condition j'II' house. Screened I II ty of Planned rrogress stamps ,

: H, FREE J: I: !. HAWESPOWERSMOTOR I lished on the regular day- from Michigan State Uni- low Market Value. Bob Cul- j I front and back porches. I $1.14 at Telegraph._ \.

COMPANY Thursday of New Year's:; versity, the Julliard School of bertson. 137 W. WashingtonSt. FWERead ,| Hardwood floors. Nice neighborhood NATIONAL CHAIN has locations -

204 N. Main, GainesvilleBus. I week. This will be Thursday. Music, and Columbia University. Phone 964-7735. near Shopping Center. -I for Fried Chicken TakeOut -

Jan. 2. Copy will be neededon He has played concerts ex. 2tp 1219! ._Phone 969-2831. tfp I, operations and Drive-in
;: Phone FR22561Res. _
I Monday of that week also, tensively in the United,States, The Classifieds! -- --
SALE on all luggage just in : HOWARD TUCKER Restaurants In Gainesville,
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Keystone 47343.10at
I FREE due to the holiday on Wed- Europe, and North Africa. time for Xmas. 25% discount IF YOUR NAME IS! Starke. and Lake City. For

,I nesday. Included on the program at Dahmers Discount House. I i FOUND AMONG THE!I Have 2 Pianos to be pickedup complete information writeW.
1 Sunday night will be: Prelude in this area. Small down State Franchise
ltchg R. Cass,
1 and Fugue in C Minor (Bach)); I..CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL payment, $18 per month Call Owner P. O. Box 346, Fern
Sonata in C Mozart FOR RENT 2 bedroom AT THE TELEGRAPH Earl's Piano Company, Gainesville
Major ( ) :
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Park Fla. Phone 838-492)
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: A house. Electric stove, hot FR-2-2222 or' Starke
Sonata in Minor
: Turkey Day C. Opus 13 OFFICE FOR A FREE 2tchg 12.U
The Foundation of (Beethoven); Impromptu in. A water heater, and refrigerator. 964-4821 after 2 p./m. _-0---

Love is Friendship, and Flat. Opus 90 .(Schubert); and Furnished with soft water. .'TICKET TO THE FLORIDA 3tchg 11? FOR SALE Dishes, foam (

; DRAWINGS EACH WEDNESDAY AT 8 P. M. with each Holiday Scerzo in Bb Minor, Opus 31 Harvey Williams, New Bland-I I THEATRE. FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bed- rubber new double bed, awn-
ing Road. Call 9691543.2tp. I II ings, waffle irons, lumber. 22"
ASK ATTENDANT FOR DETAILSWINNERS Season it gives me (Chopin). I WILL PARTY who room and bath home clean on
picked up I
Housetrailer back
12'26 r block plain.
The public is invit- ,
cordially
extra
pleasure to extend wallet at Van Priest large lot, screened
Store
my I H. of Crosby Gas Station Rt. 16.
ed to attend the )
concert. CHRISTMAS TREES Holly
1 -
and
porches car port in City
Best Wishes to those Wednesday keep MONEY and
Walter J. Schmidt, Rt. 2, Starke; Tom Sullivan, whose I for decorations For Sale. Mrs. return contents. ltp Florida Power lights. Call _ _ ltp 1l

j Starke; J. C. Myrick, Rt. 1, Starke; Golda Martin, Friendship Baptists Offer W. A. Sterns, 1339 S. WalnutSt. 964-2033. 2tp 12126 FOR SALE-2 bedroom house. '
cherish. phone 964-3531. CHRISTMAS TREES. Red Redecorated Inside and out-
509 Center St. Starke May Laffan Lake Butler NEW AND USED Chain
; ; saw
Two Cantatas Cedar. Fresh cut, or dig your Good neighborhood.
2tchg 12121 Easy
Joe S. Starling Starke Willie Belton Box 41 Law- $50.00 up. Repairs all makes.
i ; All sizes.
Payne.
own. Marty
tey. With genuine appreciation of my pleasant This SundayThe $65 WEEKLY AND MORE I Lawn mowers sales and ser terms. W. H._Nollman. tfchg
Phone 964-3794, or SteveDenmark
vice. Your McCulloch Dealer
COME IN AND SEE relations, I extend to you the Season's Greetings.The I For reliable man or womanto phone 964-3681. i Florida Saw Co. 19th Drlw RICHARD KINGDOM- -- I

grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you. First: Baptist Church service customers in Starke 2tchg 12'13' i iI N. East, Gainesville Fla. 6. FOR, SALE 3 nice hand-
will present two cantatas dur- Full or part time. No invest- I 3411. tfdli made Quilts.-Mrs. John Mc- .

SERVICE ((1 Cor. 16:23): ) ing the services on Sunday, ment. Write C. R. Ruble, FOR RENT 3 rooms and OWN YOUR HOME- No Kinney, Graham, Fla.. Up ;
I I
ImperialU. I Dec. 22. The first entitled Dept. D-4. P. O. Box 2447. bath furnished house. Phone: i iI
closing cost. Low monthly i j i FOR RENT AdulU only.
STATION "La. A Star" by Robert Graham Memphis Tennessee. 964-2261. tfchg
R. H. (Russell) Green Jr. payments. Also houses and I First floor apartment. Living
will be presented by th 2tp 12119) I
FOR SALE -Shetland pony apartments for rent. See W. room, bedroom kitchenette,
S. 301-North Starke, Fla. children's choirs Juniors and FOR RENT-2 bedroom nice-
21/2 years old. Phone 969- H. Nollman Starke. tfchg 'I pt1v entrance.. TV aerial.
I j Primaries during the morning ly furnished house with carport 2151. tfchg Convenient located. No Pets.
service at 11 o'clock. This FOR SALE3 bedroom. 2
-= I and large utility room.
1128 N. Church St. 1219|
combined choir of approxi- For a couple .or with an in- FOR SALE-5 room house bath, concrete block house on I i _.3.tp _

mately 50 voices will bs accompanied fant child. No pets please. and 1 acre land, with several I two lots. Hardwood.floors and I I I WOULD like responsible par-

GATEWAY by Mrs. Lex Greenat Inquire at 733 -N. ThompsonSt. bearing pecan trees. Cash or central heating.. Near i ty to pay (10 monthly on late

the organ. and Mike Shep- tfchg terms can be arranged. Located side school. Phone South-I I model Singer Siant-o-Matic
.' 4% miles west Starkeoff ,
at the of 2tp 12J19 in console. Balance $169.00.
: ;'-t -_ ___ _I_ :;:-: .. y pard The other piano.cantata,. "Sing INSURANCE Brownlee Road. If interested Phone Gainesville 372-6364.

AT REDUCED RATES call 964-1975. tchg 12126 FOR RENT- 3 bedroom CB 12119!
Noel by Jeanne Shaffer. :will jity ,
I q AUTO FIRE BOAT ;, unfurnished house on E. I
presented during the even- DOYLE E.CONNERINSURANCE "TEDBaby sitting job Laura St. $50 per mo. in ad- WE HAVE a selection of used

i .J % ing service. The choir will :b3 AGENCY at my home on Rd. 16, wek- vance. H. V. Knisrht. tfchg refrigerators. All In working
composed- _of the Phone 964-4501 ends. Call 964-0453 anytime I order for $40 up. SLADE GAS

Church and Youth Choirs, accompanied tfchg Friday night to Sunday night TRY DIADAX tablets [Formerly -j of STARKE, tfchg

by Mrs. Green, FOR LEASE -New business Alma Ricks. ltchg DEX-A-DD3T1 New -

L with Mrs. Charles Francis at building at 224 E. Washington i Wanted 12 name same form lar only HASTINGS MATTRESS
iD gauge pump or 98c MITCHELL'S DRUG
the piano:, Both cantatas will St. Space for private offices automatic shotgun. Pay cashor STORE 6 tp ]19[ & UPHOfSTERY! ; WORKS
'the ministerof Ample ,
be conducted by or living quarters. .-
trade
will take in
on on a I
1 music, O, L. Jarvis. parking space in rear TV or Stero or furniture. I FOUND100022 Tire, rim i iI 710 Lemon St. r latk*

Soloists for the performances -Phone 964-0013 tfchg Dahmers Discount House I and tube. Owner may claim I Furniture Repaired,

will be Bobby' Sheppard, FOR SALE-1 Stero phonograph Itchc : by identifying. Chester- Moody I Upholstered & RcfinlshedMATTRESSSg

> i Junior Choir; Mrs7 RandalChittv $30. Tape Recorder $25; Phone 4734840.Keyston.
p, soprano; Mrs. Kennetli: RED CEDARS-In cans and Heights. '- 2tp 1219;' REBUILT
Electric Organ $60. All in
excellent -
CHRISTMAS SALE! j Terrell, soprano; Lavern Outlaw condition. Farr's Bar in ground large enough for New Innersprings
Christmas trees. Priced according -
baritone; and ,GilbertNewcomb : gain Center, phone 964-3231. to size. FOR SALE and Box Springs

-' -.. _- _- w-.l-- ---.---z t nor.I ltchg Large fuel oil heater, tank Ready mix concrete, concrete j Drop U. A Card or CaD

1961 CHEVROLET TON PICK-UP I REGISTER NOW for Adult and rack $20.00. J. H. Me- block. house piers, sand, ce-' PALATKA KA: 5-9161

Low Mileage, One Owner Truck. You Can The GATEWAY To New Association; Evening Classes. Mail course Eachern, Keystone Heights. sent, mortar mix rock, steel I' STARKE 984-3934

I I selections to Director, Drawer 3tchg 1219,; eyster shell, llmerock roof MRS. PEGGF 8HALLEE.SUrke. .
Have This One For -- JUST $1 095 lintels, BRADFORD
gravel
100. Starke Fla. in
I Apply person Avid
BETTER SERVICEIt's : To Beautify 1:30 to 4:30 pm. USO FOR RENT Kingsley Lake ENGR. CO. Phone 964-2521,

: I [rear]. Negro adults contact home. Nicely furnished well Starke. tfchg I
1963 CHEVROLET IMPALA 4-DR. H. T. i
Prof. heated, garage. pier and boathouse -
U. .S. 301 South Thompkins, RJE High :
; Full Power And Air Cond, This Is A Real Smart Economy To Bring Your ; School. tfchg I Monthly or yearly O. P. HUTTO WANTEDTo lease or buy I
: At 2495 Car To Us For Repairs. Our Expert rates. Available January 1. acreage for flU dirt pur-
Special - - JUST :
t I Formation of the Bradford i FOR SALE 1 kerosene oil poses. Will pay cash Call W.
I Insurance[ Problems? See Carl Johns, 964-4201 or
Trained Men Will Give Your
Factory I Beautification Association for 964-0741. tfch heater. Fine condition. 1 Office T. [Billy] Jackson 964-4011, I

: 1963 CHEVROLET BEL-AIR 2-DR. SEDANRadio Car A Point-By-Point Inspection. We the purpose of beautifying, U. Call"TRAVELERS"George The Man From i I Card Index"'File. 1 large Central- Truck_Lines tfchg
COINS BOUGHT wood heater. Abestos Shingle --
Heater, V-8 Engine, Auto. Trans. A S 1! OS Repair What's Necessary And At Reasonable : S. 301 "[South) from Call St. E. LaRue I I EXCHANGEDI 1 lot Church windows. All bar- FOR RENT Furnished apartment -

BUY AT 2 i&iyJO Prices. t to the city limits was announced Keystone Heights Agt. For Pay current market value eain prices. Apply Gospel! at rear of store. 321

;I this week. The association "Travelers Ins. Companies"Tel. for old coins: Indian Head Tabernacle office. tfchg N. Temple Aye Call 969-2981.
will also assume
.' 473-4692 Day, Pennies Gold Coins, Commemoratives tfch
,
1960 FORD FAIRLANE 2-DR. SEDAN ;
maintenance of the beautifi- I 47S-4225 Nites. Medals. 19" Admiral portable TV with

Radio Heater, Auto. Trans. V-8 Engine. W Christmas ,i cation t work that has already Auto Fire Home Business Denver R. Devrick walnut stand take up pay-
$895 Specials been completed on 301 North. ments. Also several used TV LAKE GENEVAINDUSTItIES
SW Tires. Top This For - JUST I Monthly Payment Plan D &W Auto Supply ;
President of the j'
i new association Available with new picture tubes. A
516 E. Brownlee St.
.. 1 is :Dr. P. G. Felos. I little down and no paymenttill
1957 CHEVROLET BEL-AIR 2-DR. SEDAN i Mrs. H. V- Knight and Mrs. tfchg. tfchg March '64 at Dahmers Discount MOBILE HOMES

i Felos will ,head the beautification J Ji HOUSE FOR RENT-2 bedroom House. Itchj AUTO SALES
Radio Heater, -8 Engine, 4-Barrel Carb. $795 MOTOR TUNEUPMinor I committee. I 3 HOUSES FOR SALE OR unfurnished. Walking

This Is One Of The Hottest Ones At-JUST i Funds solicited i r TRADEr I distance to Post Office BE SURE TO SEE World Book USED FURNITUREAND
are now being I N. Cherry; 710 E. Adkins. APPLIANCES
I Phone 964-2521. tfch before buying any other En-
; for the purchase) of palms, 919 N. Thompson. Name
your cyclopedia. M. A. Payne your "Always Below Market
1959 T-BIRD 2-DR. H. T. 6 i rose bushes and day lilies: own terms and own a home I WE BUY PECANS To.- local representative since 1956P. and CLEAN"
Cyl. - - $6.50 i and it is hoped that actual in
Warehouse
These must be sold before prices paid. ,
O. Box 603 Phone 9643794tfchf
Full Power Low Miles And One Owner. Soft OBEY That Impulse
i planting with.,the assistance: Jan, 1. Phone 752-3818 or Waldo and Gainesville.
j Green Inside And Out. Priced Down For 8 Cyl. - $8.50 I of the State Road Depart: write Rt. 3 B69: Lake ,I Farmer's Mutual Exchange. "Drive a LittleSavea

... Christmas Clearance 1595 : ment. will be under way' ,by City, vJtchg 1219| Phone Fr. 2-1095, 216 N. W.10th PEYTON FLORIST a Lot!"
Plus Parts the first of the year. Ave. Gainesville. tfche 119 S. THOMPSON ST. Geneva Mobile Homes
DRESSES New shipment. .
.
1962 FALCON WAGONRed GET YOUR FREE SANTA SACK : The same planting scheme All $2.98, Men's Dress Shoes FOR SALE- Used plywood, PHONE 961-4155 and Park

: will be used on 301 South as 964-3891 969-1022 1 niL South of Keystone
With Saddle Tan Leather Int Radio $3.98. Ladies and girl's shoes 5c sq. ft. Lavatories like new NIGHT r
,
,
I was used on the 301 North $1.49. Everything new below $10 each. Medicine cabinets. DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS Heights on Hiway 100 )
Heater Clean As New. Put This Under The
$ ; project which was sponsored used lumber,
795 wholesale cost. Mary Carter $3 each. Good We Wire Fknren Aujwher
Tree At - - JUST Front End Alignment by the Starke Woman's .Club Paints 321 N. Temple Ave. used plumbing supplies- Jack- tfchi r \VUITF.1IEAD

Anyone wishing to.contribute 2tchg 1219NEWLY | son Building Supply. Starke.

1955 PONTIAC 2-DOOR $S.50 i tact to Dr.this Felos project Mrs.may Felos con or; DECORATED furnIshed tfchg For Monuments, Patricia 626 W. Davis and St.Marie have 6 Hardee young

Just Right For Hunting And Fishing Or I, Mrs. Knight. two apartments. One and FOR RENT -Partially furn- Markers Etc. pet rabbits for sale $1.00 ea.

Just A Second Car. New Tires, Special,Price GET A FREE SANTA SACK II I Lights bedrooms.and water Reasonable.furnished. ished 2 bedroom house. All] CALL .' '> ItD

For Christmas Is $18750 I newly painted inside. Easy $1200 Acrasonic walnut spinet
', ONLY AND Contact
t - SONG BOOK 431 Center St. or
I, NoTIi : OP SALE FOUECLOSrHE, phone 964-7191 or 964-6551. walking distance of down G. S. Newcomb ,piano used 4 months. Big discount -

,, Notice Is hereby given pur- tfch town. Phone 964-2521. tfchg Phone 964-0591 : Dahmerg Discount
suant to a Final Decree of foreclosure House. 1 tchl
MOREGood dated December 13. WANTED Secretary-Sten- FOR SALE-Solid rubber tile ,
30 ,, 1983, and entered in Chancery ographer. Must be proficient 3'8"': thick. Beautiful colors. BULLINGTON APPLIANCES .

'RIISANTA Court Case No.of the 13-215 Eighth of the Judical Circuit Circuit at dictation typing [electric I Direct from factory at prices Good used refrigerators, televisions Complete Plumbing

I, in. and for Bradford County spelling. Neat appearance. accurate I you can afford. M. R. Judd, washers, radios etc. IiuttallatlAn
Clean OK Used Cars, To Florida. wherein'First Mortgage I work Submit letter in 127 Lafayette St. Phone 964- Guaranteed operating order. & Repair*
Corp. of Stuart, a ,Fla. Corpora- I 1 Year Guarantee
.
tfchg New
: tion plaintiff, and C. R. Tillman own handwriting listing 5951. Call evenings. tfchgA. on
Select From SACKWITH and Mae Tillman. his wife and. qualifications and experience Installation
And Every One ,, Kay Bias, :-a/k/a Kay' Tillman, i I C. SLADE Licensed One and 2 bedroom trailers
to Drawer 1030 Starke.
single woman, are defendants.I For Rent. Can be moved on Phone 964-3431 Kite or Day
ANY REPAIR JOB will sell to the highest :and f 3tchg 12J19: plumber and builder, county-?
lot. J. B. White,
own
\ PRICED TO GO! best bidder for cash at the east wide. Three ways to save you your A. L. MERSEREAUand
OVER $6.50 door of the County Courthouse II FOR SALE -Wurlitzer electronic 964-1651. 2tChg 1226
.,- -- ---l--W---':I In Starker Bradford County piano with bench an1 money-by the hour. job or EDWIN JOHNSFOR.'SALE
Florida at 11:00 o'clock a.m.. 964-8121 contract. Phone Maxville FOR SALE 1A or AB
on the 27th. day of December.19C3. earphones Phone
the; followingdescribed after 5 not Sunday 2tp 12J19: ) I 289-4491 6tp 19: Fannall mower. One Oliver I
REMEMBER You Can Trade Your Way At property as set" forth"in sail plow. Morris Carter, phone- : -g x 33: ft Liberty
Final Decree, to-wit: FOR RENT -Pleasant country OFFICE MACHINES 964-1511. Itchg Trailer. Excellent for couple.
Commence at' the Northwestertjr home. Phone 964-8121 I CLEANED REPAIRED Phone Keystone Heights 473-
corner of land conveyed '
after not 12,26 STARKE TYPEWRITER SHETLAND PONIES and sad- 473L
Fred and Anna Taecia by deed I 5K Sunday. 3tp

GATEWAY CHEVROLET INC. 1. 1.recorded) Page in 638: official of the record Public Book Records WHAT ARE YOU giving SERVICE dles For Sale Jesse Newsome. Choice Cedars For Xmas

of Bradford County, them for Christmases? Make Rt. 1. Box 51. Lawtey Road 100 .phone 964231.:: Itp Trees. Pansy, petunias caln-
Florida. Run thence North a tf
distance of Ilfr feet; run thence this Christmas: last a lifetime. WANTEDExperienced sec dula. Snap Dragon. Also

U. S. 301 (NORTH) STARKE FLA. 'Easterly and parallel to the Give your family World BOOK ZIP CODE STAMPS FOR retary. Shorthand and typing I shrubbery:"'Mrs. V. R. Ferguson.
Northerly of said Tac-
cia_ land, a boundary distance of 210 feet Encyclopedia.-. A. Payne SALE AT BRADFORD COUN-I essential. Write P. O. Box i Raiford,Hoed north of
run thence'South ,distance of phone 964-3794. 2tchg 12i9; TY TELEGRAPH. 790, Starke. tfchg I Starke. Phone 9$'-5571. tfch*
J.210 feet ,more or less to the I


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I STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY,. DEC. 19. 1963
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' ".-., r 'ft, ., ., I ground heat. The greatest val-1! turity of the plant as a pro .==-- ...

: ;: r 1 ue of the cover comes more !' tection against cold -
.1 I
, from the shading during tin A mulch applied weather'l!

V F iis. !' Home .1I I.. thawing period than from the I i! ground usually increases cold?!\1 WILLIAMS'

i protection afforded in maintaining I damage to the tops. In some \>
I I I .1. a higher temperature ? cases, a mulch may be detrimental -'

It Demonstration A fertilization program to II by preventing the soil: : JEWELRYREPAIRS

t This' Calls for Careful Consideration I produce a healthy plant with from drying out, thus holding'''

., ; firm wood that matures before 1: mc!::tnrp and inducing late i;
\i NotesBy the cold weather aids in pro- !
: The resignation of Mrs. Gladys the highest qualifications, for upon the I I tecting ornamental plants I growth. WATCI1ES-DIAMONT

I Scholl as Civil Defense Director for capabilities and leadership of the per- Dorothy Ross | from cold injury. I BULB SUGGESTIONS I I II

Bradford County has been received son who fills it might depend the safetyof Home Demonstration Agent Certaintender and fast The following bulbs are recommended All Work GuaranteedA.

with genuine regret. The county is now the entire community in time of s: seyt I growing species of ornamental -; for December C. Williams

faced with the considerable task of emergency.By I plants may be partiallyroot I planting in North Florida: 142 W. Call St.

finding a capable and competent suc- its very nature this job can t pruned in early fall to amaryllis: calla crinum, lilies
DECORATIVE CANDLESThe temperature to from 18 to 24 i Starke Fla.USY .
\ cessor. Mrs. Scholl was performing the mean everything-or nothing. A do- I reduce the vigorous i i paper-white narcissus tulip .
fall winter
4-H girls at the State degrees in or early I ..
duties of this thankless office in nothing director could make it into a. ,
often
i and
zephyranthes.
Farm made decorative can- may injure plants worse than growth and increase the ma- -- .- ....
J an efficient and conscientious manner.It mere "boondoggle"-a "soft touch" on Ir .1 dles, using broken colored I the same temperature during -

will not be easy to find a replace- city, county, and federal funds, with t.mBy 1 glass with Mrs. James Ed- January or early February. ----- -

I ment. little, if anything, to show in actual wards and Mrs. IL M. Caddell. Temperatures that drop gradually :: ,

( In this connection, we like the suggestion organization and accomplishment. On leaders, assisting them at the over a period of 24 to I ..1 ,

of County Commission Chairman the other hand, a hard-working, consci- I Charles Phipps last meeting. Mrs. Edwards 48 hours usually cause: less ,
entious director vital reports the candles looked damage than rapid drops. ;
\ Carl Prevatt that his board not can perform a
I l CHRISTMAS TOURNAMENTTHIS very attractive used as decora- Hardy varieties obviously will :
|
l assume this responsibility alone, but service and one which might mean the
WEEKENDThe tions on luncheon tables for withstand lower temperature :
sit with the Council in difference between survival destruc- KETTYLJELIEVES
I ; City joint ses or BHS Basketball Team the Farm Community and than will tender varieties. I.
i sion, while considering this matter of tion for us all. In combined city, coun- hosts the Second Annual Employees luncheons. Healthy plants are also''

i I t great importance. ty, and federal funds, the job now Christmas Tournament r..1 SEWING CLASS more resistant to cold than'' IN NKP S

:' This certainly seems to be the fairWay pays $400 per month, which-while no Starke this weekend, as they After Christmas the Home diseased cr unhealthy plants ,

i to approach the problem, since the princely amount-is sufficient to justi- welcome three other teams in Demonstration Agent will con Older plants are usually not: '

City of Starke pays the same amount fy a qualified director putting his full I an exciting playoff. duct a class for homemakerswho hurt by cold as much as :

"t monthly toward the director's salary time and effort into the program. I lOver a period of two nights, want to learn nsw tech- young plants. Plants making t rw6Y.

,; as does the County Commission. On the Bradford County, and neighboringClay 1 Friday and Saturday, there niques in clothing construc- rapid and vigorous growth :

basis of its equal stake in the financial have been fortunate to have Civil will be a total of four games, tion. If you are interesed in may damaged more than dormant ,
I in which the winners will bat learning more about the class plants. Watering the
set-up, the City should have an Defense Directors of the highest cali- '
tle it out for a fine trophy. please contact the Home Demonstration plants thoroughly before cold
equal voice in naming the new director. bre, and both have performed with The Fighting Tornadoeswill Office by calling weather may also increase

It goes without saying that "poli- credit to themselves and their supporting host teams from Jackson- 964-2865 or dropping a card cold resistance.The I .

I tics" should be the very last consideration agencies. This is no time to lower ville Bolles, Green Cove to Box 267, Starke. The classis site should have good, : C a s

in considering an applicant for the the standards. If the joint meeting, Springs, and Fernandin. free and those who register drainage; it should not be so : .-p P
now being considered, actually comes Beach. Two each will meet on first will be the ones taken as low that cold air and water

position of Civil Defense Director. This about, we have confidence that the Friday night, and the winners the class cannot be large. settle in the area, but cold air x

job is no so-called "plum" to be tossed best thinking of the two boards will from each will play on Sat- FAIR PREMIUMS should drain away from it : w
urday night for the Those ladies who had entries However, the should ;
around lightly. It is one that demands result in a wise selection. Champ- area be
ionship. The two losers will in the county fair and protected from cold winds. :

i play for the runner-up spot. received ribbons, may pick up Trees, such as pines, that ,

The Tornadoes will bringin their premium money in the give a light shade early in She can pay all bills safely by mail. Cancelled
'Modern 64 Years
I Living' AgoThe an almost perfect record Home Demonstration Office. the morning will aid in reduc '
against their foe Bolles tomorrow PROTECTING PLANTS ing cold damage. Locations on'' checks are her receipts; check stubs,

night with hopes of The susceptibility of orna- north or west of house her records of
a or : expenditure. WHY DON'TYOU
French have a saying to the effect lop through a book in a hurried,
mental plants to cold injury
matching the feat shaded
k, they accomplished area will show less cold :
that the more things change the breathless sort of way, with no thoughtof last year when varies with age and vigor of damage because they are usually OPEN A CHECKING ACCOUNT,

more they are the same. This came to the many gems hidden there, and they won their own first I I the plant, variety, stage of shaded early in the WITH US? ;
mind recently when a Keystone whose beauty and lustre would well Tournament. maturity of wood and buds morning and thaw or warm j 'J '

Heights reader brought us an issue of repay us for the work of hunting for Green Cove Springs will protection and severity of the gradually before being exposedto

"The Southern Ruralist," a farm pub- battle against Fernandina in cold. Sudden drops in the full sunlight. Plants in
them."In
lication printed at Interlachen before how many homes when evening a game that should be as exciting these locations usually go dor- "
as the other. Both have of the powerful Florida mant earlier and remain dor-
of the father tired year
the turn the century. comes, with work and "
good teams, which should be Star. The Tornadoes, by the mant later than plantings in ,
Read the following excerpt from its harrassed with business cares, sits en-
very evenly matched. way finished high against a more exposed positions on the
January 1899 issue and see whetherif grossed with his paper, speaking only BHS defeated Green Cove whole host of tough teams In south side of buildings.

you did not know the date-you occasionally and then perhaps to call in their second game of the the conference. Heavy shade may result in : FLORIDA

would not think it had been clipped out to the merry hearted children, season, but since then the Here's a new one The sparse foliage and poor grow- ,

from a column in today's newspaper: whose happy carefree hearts are just Devils have bounced back to Gainesville Sun's AllScholastic th and flowering. Plants in''' '.....-- ,' "' ,,- : _' -- >' '., ., -.- .- ,-- ,,
bubbling over with fun and laughter, knock off a good many of Team named Tom Gardnerto full sunlight have light or yel- L "Y s flI: -A'T 'SIABwMember : ,

CUSTOMS OF CHILDHOOD"I 'Shut up your racket. I want to read;' their oponents. They downed the first team in recog- low-green color but may: produce i : .' q -. ..n"j: : _- : : __ ; __ __ _'____ ,,:

do believe that many of the dear while the mother, worn out with house- Orange Park by almost as! nition of his B-plus averagein more flowers than those i

old customs of our childhood are pass- hold duties of charity, church, and the wide a margin as we did. the class room. Mike Mar grown in full shade. : Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Fernandina defeated an ob- another B-average stu- Covering plants is more a
ing away. One of these beautiful customs uca .
exacting social life of the day has .
no vious underdog but always dent, made it on the second protection against frost than
was the family gathered around vitality, no strength or time to giveto tough Lake Butler team last team. against extreme cold, and reduction -: One of 31 Banks of the Florida National. firpup

the fireside, content to pass the long those who have the first and great- week, and should be able 1 la Charles., in loss of heat byj 1,
winter evenings at home. In those days est right to them; What attraction is give Green Cove a good run radiation, conservation of

when a new book came it was read there for those young lives and active I for their money. I _

aloud, talked over, and discussed, every minds, ever longing for brightness and The Tornadoes will take on

particle of good in it was brought out congeniality, in such a home as this? I Bolles with the same fighting\ Spectacular

and enjoyed. Now each one reads to Surely such a place is hardly worthy to spirit that they have display-
himself and generally in a hurry, not be called a home." ed in all of their previous i
games, this year. Bolles should :
taking time to fully understand or appreciate -
to be the toughest of the ;
it. I do not think that half hiie prove 1
Sixty-four
years ago they were three but time will tell ,
good thoughts are gleaned by this complaining about the rush of "modern whether they will have a''

method. living," and they didn't even have the chance of overplaying us. I: 1

"How often we see people who galA benefit of today's tranquilizing pills Coach Land promises an exciting -: Give A
weekend, and hopes I

that the community and the : Gift i ;
s > t :;
.. .. .., .... "._'_1- I..&. LJ tt.._._._ ,. ,_ bout a white one she has and students will continue to sup t n1 5 PC. DINETTE BEAUTY "'
shell take port the team in such fine j
I a cutting of it to For The '
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I keep in the garden room over manner as they have so far. i ,
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Farmer's DiaryBy the winter.Llovd Starke has absolutely nothing I 5'E'; eTable and 4 ChairsExtension $ I 1'
I Home l Table I has HiPrerti 3 988
S e e to be ashamed of in the :
I $ 1 i L sure plastic to p. Stain .
Green, one of the outstanding light of its one blemish which !i 'i mar resistant.,
Sam McGarvey cattlemen and grow- came last Saturday. The Tornadoes I .,,. Tapered ,leg styling'
in this gave them a fight' 0 Plastic covered box seat Wee
ers section, is in Brad- ; $100 Down $1.25 a <

days. They have already pick. ford County hospital as the I i which they won't likely see again : YOUR CREDIT ._. f lack chairs or Bronze frame
ed a couple of hundred flats. result of a long illness. He I and a firstquarterscare s. .
I I U e e served for many years as a which they will remem- IS GOOD ,, .
e
Had a nice letter from Jay Bradford Soil Conservation ber.
s W Ellis of Jacksonville, official District supervisor and also The BHS fans gave a good'i I i r

I of the Camellia Societyof in many other organizations turnout as they supported the .
Ii i North Florida, and a week- :I e Tornadoes right down the I

!I end resident of Paradise Lake' Phil Cronkhite is already line. It was a good game. !
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fairly heavy shower last near Keystone Heights. He hard at work on the coming: A SMALL w e
week must have helped the told of experiments being con- I berry and spring vegetable Good news! John Williams \

berry crop along and decreased -j ducted in the treatment of ;I, marketing programs. He told broke the one-hundred mate: i DEPOSIT WILL I
flower this week of in total scoring for the season Ii r
the danger of damage from camellia buds with gib- us a plan to encourage c r ; t
a sudden severe freeze. Incidentally berellic acid. Such treatment the planting of pole last Saturday night. He is now I HOLD YOURPURCHASE i... ; ,I, ,,
another advantageof advances the blooming: seasonon beans, but said the crop would way ahead of that and will :
varieties from one have to come in exactly at the undoubtedly be raising it some ,
plastic mulching is that it many 7 FAMILY-SIZE DINETTE a ,
keeps the beds from being to two months he says and right time or else. it would be more in the Christmas Tour i:, pc. I
increases the size of bloom;;: a risky venture. 502-B-BB-C 103-B-ES-C i
washed rains.
away by heavy ney.Nearly
e e all BHS starters have :
e e eWe from 10 to 60 per cent. He I Tcble end 6 Chair*
when I says he has some flowers at Unless we miss our guess, been continuously hitting at 'I 36"x48"x60"Extcnsion Tcble i 'T1T"g' 'ti ,t 1 '} tiS
remember one year his place that: are up to sev- the market is going to grow least ten points a game,'''. Hi-Pressvre Plastic Table Top B t r T
had berries low beds.
we : on themselves. Along with John. Black, Bronze or Chrome
en in diam&ter! under Phil's guidance and
I The rain kept washing the S e eWe with the help and cooperaI I who battled with a cantankerous !. WE FINANCEOUR From I4 I- ,, i
Covered Chairs with
beds away until finally they \: Plastic
should investigate this, tion of the farmers becom1 cold last weekend they
Box Seats "
were gone and the plants were I. $5.03 Down-- $1.50 a Week I
OWNACCOffilo'TS
as we have only one camellia I one of the biggest and best should be able to life the over- ,! Comoare at $69.95 ,
practically on level ground. It ,
ir in the all score above anybody : .
and it is slow as molasses state.
took a lot of work to rebuild i i 4S .
time. the time it e Ernest Jenkins our rebound : '0 <1 '. '. f
the beds, and meanwhile the]' winter By I ; (_ ) ),.f ,
I gets around blooming, a freeze The sheriff's department specialist is always in there !
plants did littl growing.. II I ;,
knocks the blooms in the i was looking for Deputy Robert 1 fighting for the ball. I would

Right now it looks if! head. Gibberellic is availablein i! Green one night recently and bet that he has grappled for ; 44--I ,
as small "bombs" at low cost. !1 on learning that he was at the more jump balls than any ; c.9 DinetteC07L
j there will be a small crop of I 1 e hospital, called there. On calling other player. i pc. King-Size

i Christmas berries. Mrs. liar- I The heafrosts have not I the question was asked, e e \ .act C3: lot'B-E3. or c. .
old Norman said recently that NO FUSS- 6 To. .* end 6 Chairs
The traditional *
yet killed our poinsettias although I "Who's he visiting? The an- post-season -
had I 72" Extension Tofcle>
unless we bad i6"x48"x60"
a very x
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I some of the outside swer: "He's not visiting. He's football honors have been'I k? iti'9' A -p .*4 PlesticCaveoConiourCurued haIlS _
freeze there would be a pretty I NO BOTHER- 4
have been broken rib!" placed and BHS boys hav .,. \ !. "
stalks in one clump got a The mishap .i .! *Hi-F<9sure Plastic Tab Top
good "picking" for the holi-
ruined. Alice is concerned a- occurred when a horse been on top everywhere as i NO RED TAPE c 6 Block:.or Bronze frome', < r
usual. : OCom.ore_c!!!
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Bish Bishop was named to' s r sit =; I
the first center spot of the :

ORIO 1963 Gainesville Sun All-Area :'. ) J I
Tom Gardner and Mike i\ S188
Team. p
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Maruca made the second and 1
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AcnvE t+t ESTABLISHED 1879 third teams respectively.Bish I4'
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c0 to E. L MATTHEW, EDITOR Aria PUBLISHER Mike and Jeff War-
ayc1 ren were placed on the All- 1 SAVE I
1961 FLORIDA' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY Conference team for the first -

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PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED As SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE Robert was riding in Starke i;

POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLA. UNDER ACT OF MARCH s, 187 shied from a passing car and G81bbs FurnhureTODA

threw him to the ground.
IN TRADE AREA QNB YEAR $3.50 - SIX MONTHS $2.00 S e e je 1
: 1 1 ul DEALER FOR FURNITURE
OUTSIDE TRADE AREA ONE: YEAR $4.00 SIX MONTHS $2.25 Alice and Sam extend to ,"" BAld
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STARKK:, FLORIDA THURSDAY. DEC. 19. 1961 I

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1 fYYTVYYYTfYVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyVYYYYYYYTYYYVYYVYY1", HONOR ROLL 1 Indians Post .TvmyVvyyyyyyyyyvvyI'' Wise and Faye Allen 10th I Prayer and Sermon [First 5 5i i i ij;
Keystone i II

, j ; KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSj Voting ATKHS J QuarterbackClub Third Win MELROSEBy I Alderman grade; Martha Peggy Scott.Catchpole Diana I I Sunday p.m. Episcopal, Holy Communion Young Church]. 9 I j j

and !
Carson Johntry 11th
In Four Games
The following boys and I men.
On g I ICommwm
I j \Bj M&ryL&haeffert Councilman had no grades lower than a B i BanquetThis Airs.\ Alice RothhammerfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTl grade; and Barbara Whitehead I
Ann Bowen Sue Dill,
The Keystone Indians post-
in the second six-weeks grad- II
The Rev. Jean Chance, !
I t ... .AAAAAAAA LA A A A A A J A A J ing period at the Keystone ed two more wins Friday and I Ernestine Matchett, and Su ,Vicar.
And Library School, thereby making the I SaturdayThe Tuesday nights to give them a I WOMAN'S CLUB san St. John 12th grade.
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:MALMGRENLOTTOn equipment. and for nursing honor roll.Grade : 3-1 record for the young sea The Melrose Woman's Club The Mustangs lost to Haw-
1 Thursday, Dec. 12, Mr. scholarships. thorne Friday night 76-41 to
4: Susan Baker. Debbie I will meet Wednesday Dec. 18,
f and Mrs. Julius Hanson, Mrs. PARENTS NOTE Keystone Heighters are vot- Bleasdale. Kem Bonner son.In Friday's game against St j at the clubhouse. Mrs. John leave them with a 0-3 record

Ruth Lett and Axel Malmgren We're sorry that the PTA no- ing today i[: Thursday] in a I newly-formed Keystone Augustine D&B the Indians Regan will be in charge of a Danny Moody was high scorer
Cassey Chapman. Jack Fund -
f drove to Folkston. Ga. in the tice was overlooked last wees. run-off election for city councilman rburke. Pamela Inklebarger. Quarterback Club will "kickoff" jumped into an early lead and piogram of Christmas music for Melrose with 22 points. }
morning and when they re- The Christmas program will and also on the its first affair Saturday -The Hawthorne lassies won
ques- Beth Jackson, Bill Meldrum. went on to score a 63-58 vic Mrs. Peggy Bowman, Execu- .
returned to Keystone in the be held at the school tonight tion of whether the City Jimmy Nooney Ricky Paredes night, with about 100 men expected J tive Secretary of the. Eye with a handy margin, 40-20.1 t666

evening they were Mr. ana [Thursday] at 8 o'clock and should deed a portion of its Cindy Scales, Kendall Turner, to attend the Club'sfirst tory.The Indians held a 10-point Bank"at J. Hillis Miller Health The next game for the Mus-

Mrs. Hanson and Mr. and we advise you to come early if property to the county for use Johnny Valldejuli. and Vicki award banQuet. lead going into the final Center will show a film, "Boy tangs will be in Cedar Key i iI I

Mrs. Malmgren.-Mr.: Malmgran you want a good seat. Teachers as a library site-and, if M, Whidden. The banquet will begin at quarter and staved off a late With A Blindfold." to the January 10. I

I and Mrs. Lott were married will be in their classroomsat : which piece of property. Polls Grade 5A: Donny Bell, Na- I 6:30: p. m. and will be held at rally by D&B. Gary Cooper group. BOY SCOUTS I

around noon that day in the 7:30: to talk with any par- closed at 7 p. m.-too late (,o than Bruce. Debra Cromer, the Masonic Lodga in Key- and Jimmy! McMurtry led the During the meeting a drawing Lloyd-Baldwin and Eddie

Folkston Methodist Church ents who have a problem or obtain results for this issue of Lynn Henderson. Mark Jor- stone. Guest speakers for the Keystone attack with 24 and will be held to choose the Rothhammer patrol leaders of

with the Hansons as attend- i just want to visit. The program The Telegraph.For dan. Robert Hendry. Roxanne: dinner will be University of 23 points resp tively. winner of a hand-made quilt I Troop I 09, took Tenderfoots I

I I will feature 2nd. 4th. the first time in a city Ketch Billy O'Connor Robert, Florida Coach Gene Ellinson D&B reserves won the pre- which was donated to the club i Pat Harris Richard and Mike

ants.The many friends of the 5th. and 6th grades. election, voting machines werr Purdy, and Donna Sparkman I and former New York Giant liminary game, 30-24; and the by Mrs. William McLaughlin I Beard and Billy Schoeneman

i couple- both long-time residents CHRISTMAS IDEAS used in the hope of preventingerrors Grade 5B: Jim Brown. Marilyn squad member Pat Summerall i Keystone girls downed St. Luncheon will be served at :on their required 5-mile hIke

S' of Keystone-wish them Are you stuck for new ideas of tallying such as occurred Davis, Kay Guernsey, Ellinson is a defensive coach Augustine 50-17 as Jane Mc noon by the hostesses, includ- to qualify for Second-Class -

I much happiness. for Christmas decorations rereshments. in the Dec. 3 regular.i Gail Hickman, Vanessa Milli- for the UF and Summerall is Murtry and Ruby Lane Smith ing Mrs. C. M. Sipprell, Mrs Scouts Saturday morning. .
'I etc? election. i a retired Giant kicking spe- each had 19 points.In PERSONALSMr. I MARt'S. \
CHRISTMAS PARTY party games I can, Larry Mingledorff and R. S. Stevens, Mrs. E. P. Richards : NTI
will cialist. the Indians I and Mrs. George Lundof ll: .. )....
: Mrs, C. V. Brust entertained I The Keystone library be Council met in special session Mike Valldejuli. I Tuesday's game, I and Mrs. E. C. Long-
friends at a Christmas parts glad to help solve your pro- last Friday night and Grade 6A: Donald Baker. Membership in the new club defeated the Hastings necker. Cape Cod. Mass. visited

I at the University Inn in Gain gram. In a special section you scheduled the "recount election" Edwin Baker, Susan Belote now stands at over 60 persons. Spudsters 41-30 in a St. John? DUPLICATE BRIDGE Mrs. Mary Robinson entoute Give Something
will find a Christmas Idea run-off between Arthur The first meeting was 'held River Conference tilt. to their new home in Sar-
'I esville on Dec. 12. Sparkling Gail Christoffers Chipper Winners of the Melrosf
decorations added much to th( File and copies of several .. F. Mannering and J. W. [Bill] Hague. Katherine Hinck, Billy earlier this month to elect officers Jim McMurtry led the Indian Duplicate Bridge Club for last asota. PracticalECONOMY

holiday spirit of the occasion Christmas:: publications loadd Warren to coincide with to- Sue Inkleberger Janet Kauf- for this year and a attack wtih 16 points. 'I week include the following: Miss Nevil Parker of Neptune -

,I Mrs. Brust invited 24 guesb ? with suggestions. Helen day's previously scheduled library mann. Becky Meek. Jill Mel- board of directors. Keystone also won the jun- Mrs. Walter J. Grolick and Beach spent the weekendwith .
Lawrence will be happy to Gold footballs will be awarded ior varsity 39-6. her grandparents, Col
election. game
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to enjoy Christmas with hei drum, Gerald Payton, Pamela Miss Sally Mansfield. first
in Keystone before leavinf help you in any way she can. Sitting as an Election Tomes, and Leon Triest. to the Keystone Heights place; Mrs. W. H, Davie and and Mrs. T. A. Hancock.Mr. .
1 She is most gracious an-1 Board, the Council had met Indians, and a Most Vauable Gold Head Gets and Mrs. T. M. Babing- I EWIT
Dec 17, with Mr. Brust tr Grade 6B: Diane Davis. Michael Mrs. Rhea Johnson, second
spend the holidays at their nakes any visit to the library Thursday, Dec. 12, and recounted Funderburk, Deborah Player trophy will be awardedto 1 place; Mrs. Emory Cooper and ton and sons of Melbourne
team member selected, by 23 More AcresThe spent the weekend with Mr. I II
Miami home. \ pleasant experience. all votes cast in th> Hawes David Holton. Gary a i Mrs. R. P. Vogh, third place:
GOLFING NEWS Dec. 3 election. The full re Kerry' secret ballot. Indian football and Mrs. Ovid Gano and Me-
Guests enjoying the luncheon Norris Shackleford and Mrs. Pay Becker and Mrs
purchase of an addition lissa. Their son, Tommy, whois
will select the
members
squad
count had been ordered
followed by bridge am"canasta The Keystone Women Golf- by Stephanie Shaughnessy and Phillip Krcmer fourth place I
23 of land ad-I student at the U of F returned -
the Most acres a
to receive
Mrs. Olive Stevens irs held an 18-hole low gross Council at its regular meetingon Karen Williams. player CHURCH ACTIVITIES
were
I Mrs. Mabel Husbands low net, low putt tournamentit Dec. 10 after a recount was Grade 7A: Bill Belote Sharon Valuable Player award. jacent Park to Gold Head Keystone Branch Practice was held Sunday home with them on I CHAMPION II! i I..
State near Monday.
Officers of the QuarterbackClub
I Mrs. Herbert Nelson, Mrs the Country Club on Dec. granted to Mannering on Dec : Brannon, Patricia Cox, night for the Christmas program -
win- 9 when the Council met in for this year are: W. L. Heights has been approved by Mrs. J. A. Lj'le of Gainesville -
12. Eileen Lee enjoyed a
Charles Wallenius, Mrs. Jaro Frank Glenn, Deborah Inkle-;
on Sunday. Dec. 22, at !
Outdoor Recreational and Mrs.L.
[Bill] Smith Jr., president, the state's new is visiting Mr.
both low special session to validate
; : Cook, Mrs. Charles Titus. Mrs ning streak, taking barger. Lynn Jordan. Deborah the Melrose Methodist Church. lI\J
C. H. Donahue Mrs. Cecil 0' ross and low net honors. Elva election results.In Kingsbury Gina Massa and M. L. [Lesl Beasley vice- Planning Com The Junior Choir and MYF B. Nicholson. Do- I ci
BrIen Mr3. Edith Thornquist 3teadham came in for her the Dec. 12 recount.Warren's Sara O'Connor.Grade president; and Lew Muir mittee. Christian H. Seeba of
went to the Orange Creek PEN t'
and FOUNTAIN
than Ala. visited Mr.
secretarytreasurer.Board Cost of the tract will be approximately ,
share of the winnings by ty- one-vote marginover
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Mrs. Ruth Ohlson :Mrs. Mar 8: Leslie Beam. Sharon Methodist Church for their
with Mannering for councf of Directors are: Dick $10.000. and the Mrs.James J. Boyle last wee It.' ONLY
guerite Grennan, Mrs. Flor ng Eileen for low putts a Brown. Glen Few, Jacque- Christmas program Wednesday -
B. McLean. Mrs. Paley Boyd i score of 32 putts for 13 seat vanished as both candI- line Godwin Dorothy Harden- Lovorn Roamy Brault Bill land will be used for over- Dec. 18. Mr. and Mrs. John Ross oi $1.79
Mrs. G. Raymond Starne holes. dates received a count of 109 bergh. Daniel: Hinck. Debra Smith Les Beasley Bill Be- night camping. Stanley, N. Y. are here forthe 1

Mrs. H. L. Sutton, Mrs. L. Jmsnc. On Sunday the first of E Municipal Judge Fremont Sheffield and Roxana Vallde lote George LaRue, Carl MctIm'try Mrs. Fred Laughon, Jr., wife winter. I COSTS LESS TO BUY I
COMMUNITY CHURCH of the pastor of the First Mr. and Mrs. John of
and Lew Muir. I Tayne
> Mrs. James HasslerMrs. series of inter-city matches\ Tolles. serving as "referee" on .1. COSTS LESS TO USE I .
Juli.Grade The Keystone Boosters Cluo KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Baptist Church. Gainesville. Providence R. I. are visiting 1 '
of the Council threw
John Himble, Mrs. Fran 'jetween the Keystone Heights request 9A: Lance Andrew- 0 Perfected Lever-fill action,
at Eliam I and
was guest speaker Mr.
their grandparents.
cis P. Egan Mrs. W. Ha and Starke Lions and Rotary out one ballot in the council J sen Terry King, and Nancy will also present four awards proven dependable by millions l.
contest because four marks at the banquet. Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Baptist Church Sunday night. Mrs. Ernest Bartlett. i
Hand of Gainesville MrsHenry' Clubs was held in the morning. : Kingsbury. of users
I Morning Worship 11 a m. This service marked the end Air. and Mrs. Ross BrOwn!
Mickle of GainesvilleMrs. This time it was the Keystone instead of three appeared oa Grade 10 Linda Anthony.
: Choice of 4 colors!
Youth Fellowship, 7 and 7:30p. of the Week of Prayer for of Jacksonville visited Mr. and |
Arthur Mannering, an Rotarians and the Lions. Sunay's its face. Renee Belote. Pat Cuendet, Two ReceiveC.
i Famous Renew points-
Missions. S
Foreign Her Y. recently. !
message Mrs. V. Crawley
Mrs. Walter Grolick. 18 hole tournament saw "It had nothing to do wit! James Davie, Wanda Godwin, m. fine medium or broadS
the Rotarians defeat the Lions the Warren-Mannering count, Kathy McGlave, Paty Shaugh. D. AwardsTwo Dr. Albert C. Holt, minister; concerned a trip she took last Mr. and Mrs. B. E. 'Kelleyi; *"

MORE EYE WILLS with a total of 300 to 302Sunday's however. The voided ballot Joyce Thompson Nor- Mrs. George Canova, organistand summer to several of the and Mrs. and :Mrs. Tom Spur- Unconditionally guaranteed

This week the following winner will play the did not have either of their nessy Valldejuli and Carol War- Keystone Heights residents choir director; Mrs. Win. of the church's mission fieldsin lock spent Sunday at Silver I Guaranteed against defective -

12 in aU-pledged their eye winning club in Starke next names on it," Tolles said. He ma I were presented Merit Warren, church secretary.ST the Near East. Springs.Mr. repair materials or replacement and workmanship.send pen Fix : 1 1
to the North Florida Eye Ban also threw out four write-in ren.Grade Certificates by the Clay Countv SCHOOL NEWS and Mrs. H. W. Limper and 25c lor handling to Estel'
time. This series will become
11: Carroll Baker, biook. Camden 1, Ni.IIoveya,1V.
for Restoring Sight: Mrs. Civil Defense Council at of Gainesville were guests of
Students who made the
that termed "La- ANNE'S EPISCOPAL
votes (
!an annual event, and Wally were Thomas Bird, Diane Chapman I
Charlotte Muhlhofer. J. W Muhlhofer is donating a Civic Rue," but did not contain Richard Cuendet, Wilma the Clay County Commission CHURCH KEYSTONE honor roll for the second six- Mrs. Mary Robinson Saturday .,.
Warren. Mrs. Helen Warren meeting this month. week period include the following afternoon. I ) '
LaRue's first
Club championship trophy George name. Gardner. Phyllis Massa, Bruce I .
Ricky, Johnny and Caro' which will transfer each year The vote difference between Moon O'Connor Steve Rev. J. R. Smith former Sundays- Morning Prayer,I I : Straight A's, Davii I Mr. and Mrs. Pete Nichol Ester .... t

\ Warren Mildred and Walter to the current winning club. the first election count Shackleford, Nancy, Carol Stephenson pastor of the First Baptist! Holy Eucharist, Church Wilson. 8th grade; Sara Bald- son spent a month with relatives 'I.

p Muhlhofer. Charles Patricia Another of the very popular and the recount was: C. H. Catherine Williams and Church in Keystone, and W School and Sermon, 9:30: a win, 10th grade; Cathy Webster in the Carolinas and -
and Marshall Pardee and Allen C. Bvron were presented the. 11th grade and Donna Washington D. C.
two-ball tournaments was held [Jack) Haberstroh. 140, recount Carol Wolfe. m. Evening Prayer and EYC ; Quality first..
I. Mi1ler----- unday afternoon. Winners in 139: Arthur F. Manner- Grade 12 Bernice Brune, awards. Smith was the dil'ec-I 7 p. m. Marsh, 12th grade; Straight Mrs. Mabel Wooster.ste" from Aruanca1 i first Pennakef
I'' Thanks to'this weekly pub this event were Jean Craig ing. 109 both times; H. L. Carol Campbell: Marlene Lin- tor of religious affairs for the I WeekdaySDally Morning Abs and B's, Diane Addison, of Mrs. Pearl Wingenbach. "" -

licity a number of person 95 recount 94 D. E. I unit and Bvron received an Prayer 8:30 Daily Mark Burl Phyllis Odom Pat entered a Starke Hospital
and Marty Martin for first lowros5. Ownbey ; sin, Sandra Meserve, Julianne : a. m.
have called Lion George Schaeffer ? Wally Muhlhofer andS. Pangborn, 84. recount 85; RoyE. Nelson. Linda Norris, Leoh I award for his work as emergency Evening Prayer, 5 p. m. Holv Harris and Dell Matchett, Thursday. iBradford

Eye Bank chairman to E. McKay tied for low gross. Watkins 116 recount 115; Ridaught, Viola Ridaught hospital" administrator. Eucharist, Wednesdays, 10 a. 7th grade; David Gaboardi,
find out more about this 'R=v. William W. 'Worsta'l TRINITY EPISCOPAL County'TELEGRAPH
pro- i Llcyd Baldwin.Marlene Odom. ]
with Pansy Hawes and Max and J. W. Warren 110, recount David Schaeffer Rubylaitf 'in.
ject of the Keystone Club. Hi:: Steadham. Ruth Hammondand 109. and of Keystone Heights has been'I Becky Buel, Naomi Vaughn, CHURCH MELROSF
Smith Harold Snellen I.
number is 473-4127 or you appointed th new religious! 1 FIRST CHURCH and Lettie Wise. 8th grade' I
Fremont Tolles took first I The tally for Mayor M. L. Jo Wildt. BAPTIST
may call Lion Jimmy Eland low net. Second low net wentto Beasley remained 147, and affairs director. ;Rev. Smith I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Randy Buel Robert McGuire. ,I Holy Days 10 a. m.. Hob j I I

GR5-2630. They will be glad Vesta Aiken and John Charles McGlave, unsuccessful resigned, and is moving out I Diana Minton, and Kenneth Sundays 10 a. m. Church J JI

to give you literature on 'th<* Hammond. candidate for mayor, 113. Mc- facilities, and if it's raining of state. I Sunday School. 9:45: a. m.I Guthrie. 9th grade; Kennetn I School. 11:45 a. m. :Morning !

Eye Bank program. Sunday's two-ball event was Glave had asked for a full recount people can stand inside", 1 1I I Morning Worship 10:50 a. m. ,Tomlinson Jean Lively Hilda ,

POST OFFICE NOTES followed by a do-it-yourself of all the votes at the Beam said.Council Mrs. Leamon Ward presented I I Training Union. 6:15: p. m- I

Postmaster Gladys Thus reminds barbecue, which turned out to regular City Council meetingon members discussedthe "Peoples of the Orient." On Evening Service 7:30: p. m.

us "last minute" maiLers be a huge success. Dec. 10. He charged the;! proposed new Library as Tuesday, Mrs. Walter Bach- Mid-Week Prayer Service, KEYSTONE urieuT MELROSE
Wednesday, 7:30 Ralph ..
that Christmas card PERSONALSCharles Council with "not trusting a voting place since it will mann presented "Among the : p. m. ULIUUIU
Copeland. Minister of Mush!
with airmail will election officials and said. "If house machines for of
an stamp voting Peoples Africa. Europe, and
i W. Ellis, QM3: stationed and Choir Director.
arrive next day in any city in on the U. S. Coast i the Council is going to spend Clay County and will serve asa the Near East." Mrs. A. E. An-

the country. Late parcels can Guard Cutter. the Mistletoe $90 to recount two persons' County voting precinct when thony spoke on the Life of BUSINESS DIRECTORY

also be sent air parcel post Portsmouh Va., will arrive votes then recount them all." constructed. Lottie Moon Missionary to PAEAN BAPTIST CHURCH

and they will go at the. same I Thursday to spend his vacation Will Use MachinesThe Other Action China, on Wednesday Thurs- GRANDIN, FLA. I -

rate of speed as your airmail j I with his parents, Mr. and Council accepted the Council voted to authorizethe day's theme was "Among the APPLIANCEST MILLWORK REAL ESTATE

cards. Mrs. Fred W. Ellis, and his I I recount with "human error" Volunteer Fire Dept. to People of Latin America" and Sunday School. 10 a. m. ,

And of course don't forget I I brother, Van in Lake Geneva termed the official reason for apply for a two-way radio li- was presented by Mrs. Stella Morning Worship 11 a. m.

to tear those stamps off all Charles will report back for the vote difference. cense. Stanley. Mrs. Roy Chasteen Training Union 6:45: p. m. V Service Center Keystone C. J. Pete O'Connor

Incoming mail and depot! duty on Dec. 27. Councilman Bill Beam immediately Councilman Gene Williams presented Friday's program. Evening Service 1:30 p. m. I

them in the post office "stamp Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Groveof moved to have vot- volunteered to draw a plot "Crown Him Lord of All." Prayer Meeting Wednesday, J. R. HUES, Proprietor Millwork Shop REALTOR I -

bank" for the Clay County St. Paul Minn. spent three ing machines at all future City plan of the city park to clarify A Lottie Moon offering was 7:30: p.m.0014'T. Authorized Motorola Pnilco

Memorial Hospital Auxiliary. days last week in Keystone Elections after the recount proposed Ubrary sites for the taken, which will be sent to CABINETS DOORS REAL ESTATE
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was accepted. The motion received election. the Foreign Missions. The Sales and Service
They will be sold and proceedsused Heights with Mr. and Mrs. goal
for needed hospital Julius Hanson. Mr. Hanson unanimous support of. Williams also reported after this year is $200. Service On AU Slakes WINDOW FRAMES MORTGAGES APPRAISAL j

other Council members. the meeting that he had plansto On Thursday evening, Dec. TV RADIO STEREO SCREENS
I .. Beam then moved to hold make the red Christmas 12. Mrs. James Hassler was Trim Materials Keystone Heights Tel. 473-42!
Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals
all future City Elections after lights red when the intersec- hostess, the members of the
Sub Blade T. Order
the election this Thursday in tion light was red and green Harriet Kelly Sunday School Keystone Heights, 473-4651

the Keystone Volunteer Fire- when the traffic light was i I Class at her home on Lake Keystone Heights 473-4285
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house until a regular precinct green. Geneva. It was their annual I Winifred H.

THE IRON"HERBIE voting place is available. Ths: Williams also cited the need Christmas party. Mrs. L. E. AUTO SERYICE NURSERY

I motion also received full sup- for a new traffic light and Harris, class president, helda I CRAWFORDi:

I said the present one is out short business meeting. Mrs. i
c- port.Beam said the present City : dated. Chairman Pangbornsaid Cockrell gave an inspiring devotional -I Terrell's I Nursery Stock Thousands Of nero Real Estate Broke i\

I Hall had no rest room facili- he had contacted he i I using the: Christmas Plants & Fruit Trees, To

; ties or drinking fountain and Jacksonville Traffic Dept and I I I story. A appreciation gift from Gulf ServiceNew Choose From. Nice Shade Trees, Lake Properties Acreage L

SLOW DOWN. voters had to stand in line they might have a good used I,, the class was given to Mrs. & Used Urea Evergreens ft Landscape Ranches Business CJtj

outside the building to vote. traffic light after the first ofthe Leamon Ward their teacher. .
I Homes Rsntals
: I From $3.00 Up All Sizes Plants. All In (%Containers>> Plant
"In the firehnusp. there I
are vpar. An hour of fellowship followed -
THINK I I with an exchange of gifts I Lubrication Batteries Acces. Anytime. See Our Plants For 'We Take A Personal Interet \

;i and Mrs. Grove are cousins. I the educational building. Gifts I I and everyone enjoyed refreshments OPEN 7 A. M. 7:30 P. 1L Quality. Let Us Do Your In Your Requirement
Mrs. Guy Livingston under- for the Sunland children will
.' I served on a table covered I Keystone Heights, 473-4279 Landscaping.
went last week in the I be the
surgery Sunday School's
PLUGGED IN! I with a snowy white cloth Midway: Keystone HeigMjffiway
: I, Gainesville Medical Center. I Christmas giving. Please avoid I and Christmas greenery. The 0. C. Carnes Nursery
: COMMUNITY: CHURCH giving sharp of harmful j Me1ro
I any remainder of the house was i iI PAMPER AUTO STORE
The bImonthlyFamily 1 1I 23 5IL East Of Starke On
toy.The I decorated in keeping with the 21 .
-Open
Sundays
: Dinner was held Dec. 11 with i
Sunday School officers I
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season. Ilwy 100 At Florahoma. ,
i, a covered dish supper. The nominating committee has GB 5-29S1
I The Andrew Class of men YOUR WIFE Western Auto Business Phone 684-5665
large attendance enjoyed the
presented the slate for 1964 of the First. Baptist Church I .
Better check it's reassuring to be hospitality as provided by!I as follows: Mrs. Barry Wy- were hosts at a Christmas Associate Store Residence Phone 6815520NlghtThueand7to8 J
Circles 2 and 4 with Mrs. J. Let Her
I man. superintendent ChilI dinner.on Monday evening. Winterproofthe .. m.
safe! Before you leave on another trip or U. Perry chairman and Mrs. I .
I dren's Dept.; William Warren Dec. 9, at the Church. Guests Porch with Appliances-:Major or Small S. E. McKay, Realtor
: David Nelson and their :
vacation, place valuables in a safe mem- superintendent Adult Dept.; were their wives and friends. S Acto Accessories, Tires I I
your : bers serving as hostesses. Mi I superintendent i: The white-covered tables were FLEX-0-GLASS This Year
deposit box and buy your travelers j I: Carol Baker sang a Christmas Adult Dept.; and !i: centered with Christmas S Sporting Goods, Bicycles. I BR, 2 bath In town. FHA $1S,-

solo and was joined by Carol Miss Ellen Wildt, Sunday ; greenery and berries. There Any little lady can enclose a S Hardware, Paints, Garden Beildler's 000.
I checks, too, at the Keystone State Bank. Wan-en in a duet number."j School secretary-treasurer. ] were other greens about the 1 jwch or breezeway with Warp'. Supplies. $400. down.

Fifteen of the Junior and I Arthur Chapman is still a I II dining room. ;X-O-SLASS.: Its so easy! KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Holiday Inn lAKE SERENA 335' sand
Senior Youth Group members I' patient in the Medical Center .' W. Ivey Crosby class president Just cut with shears and tack
.1' RestaurantFormerly beach, 3 BR, 2 bath. Screen
also presented some fine but is improving somewhat. introduced A. G. Lou- over sere. Makes a warm, I

chorus music. Young Danny i Miss Jane Reynolds underwent don, Sunday School Superintendent su-s.*: root, Moodad with I FLORIST pavilllon, utility boose, carporte -

Hinck was master of ceremo- I surgery in the Medical I and Class Teacher healthf-J Gl!,o.vblct ra's'j. unfinished guest huose.
I where the children con: Lawrence's Dinette
nies.The Center last week. Reports are I II : M. L. Beasley.. each of whom winter Ion ejrtis Investment opportunity plus
Christmas cantata. ;-or usa ts aa : I
I that she is getting; along well. : gave a short talk. Mr. Crosby Storc-rou'j. Ger.uk. crv.tal- Edna William COMPLETELY REMODELED home! $%.5,000.
which the Church Choir had ; FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH i i ii expressed appreciation of the j 1
..\S5 last fur
O .l.
clear JTLK
M rehearsed for weeks, had to be '
i A week of Prayer for i delicious food prepared by :Mr. a fractal the cost. fitgasj. Other homes, lake lots and
__j 1_' Jf .... .. riv 8G s.s1iWw ., postponed until next year, due yeiit FLOELST-NUESEtT Full Dinners Louche
Foreign Missions held at .J..at -
was I and Mrs. Charles Owens and Only SV a A 4. ) jour acreage.
to illness of the soloist and the First Baptist Church by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bach- total h-Jwrc. -i IriAr. dealer. Ala Carte Italian. Foods
some members. The Sunday WMU I, FLOWERS Keystone Heights
members Dec. 913. man.
.1 Block North of Red
Light
Far AD Occasion
-' School program will be pre- Each day the program had a I Forty people enjoyed this Phone 47St816i.
._ ... ._ -J 1 Kelrosa Phone: OR 5-2331 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
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BRADFORD OOTJNTT TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY. DEC. 19. 1963j

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j NEW niYER BATTIST er District Xo. 3. Theree, Commissioner DiaIrict I Section SO, Township 5, South r tarke thence run north alon;} Commencing at the Sntersec- P.radfurd-&laeluua county line taming to the publication of

:j CHURCH MRS. JESSIE CHASTAIX Xo. Hampton.. Range 21 East and the Brad the easterly boundary of the i tion of State Road 100 and the thence run easterly along the the changes and revisions as
Commissioner District Xo. 4. Election Precinct Xo. 11, ford-Union county line (New I City of Starke to Us Int rsel- I county graded road known as Bradford-Alachua county line reflected by this resolution, and
"V RUSSELL 11. GREEX Commissioner Hampton, Commissioner District River) thence run south along I j lion with Alligator Canal. j: the Meng's Dairy Road thence !: to the west. line' ofSection' 33 j approved by this Board. THAT.
Sunday School 10 a. m. District Xo. 5. Xn. 4-HamPton.. said ttOI line, and pxten.iol I thence run alongthe westerly i! run southeasterly along State I i j Township 7 South Range lEast a certified copy of this resolu-
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. 'George Roberts! Commissioner Election Precinct Xo. 12, Lincoln thtrtof, State Road 100. course of Alligator Canal to ,' Road 100 to its intersection 1' thence run north along lion be transmitted to the-

Union 6:30 Eve District Xo. 2. offered andmod City Commissioner District thence run southeasterly along I the southeast cl'rnfr.f Lot j: with State Road 18. thence run said section line and --extension 1 Bradford County Telegraph,
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Draining p.m. the aloption of 4he above Xo. Hampton.. State Road 100 to its intersecj j Eight (j} handing u1j-1)Ivl- j easterly and. .soulherly. ..followI j thereof, to State Road 18, thence Starke Florida for publication
ning' Worship. 7:30: pjn. Mid entitled resolution following Election Precinct Xo. ISA, lion wiih Prat tJtt. .thence j I run westerly along I ling the southerrnost rlsht-of-I run northeasterly along State : therein in its issues of I>ecera-
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week Prayer Service Wednesday -, herewith: howell Commissioner DistrictXo. run north east on Pratt r the south line of Lot Eight I I way of State Road IS. to its Road IS ,to State Road ::i. |, ber 12. 1963. December 19, 19S3, ,,
< "' I WHEREat the regular 5 Brooker. Street to its intersection with i (8) Blanding Sub-Division to [ inlersection with the Bradford- I continuing northeasterly on j December 26. 1963. and the
,',,;:. p.m. Everjdne welcome. meeting of this Board of County Election Precinct Xo. 12B Orange 5tree. thtnl't run south I the intersection of .Jack.son and ;I Clay counly line, thence run i State Road 225 to Its inter1 1 final publication to appear in
Commissioners held on Mon Graham.' Commissioner DistrictXo. on Orangt Str.e to its inter- !j SL Clair Streets.. continuing i, s.-inth alone the Bradford-Clay liOn with state Road 225, j the Issue of January 2, 1964.
1.. day. November 4. 1963 Chart's 5 LSrpoker. section with Cal Street, theru-t j westerly alung Jatkson Street j jI j l'OUIltUnt' to the Putnam I thence run northwesterly on i 4. THAT, a certified copy of
Hardy the duly authorized run .a along C:1 Street i to its the Sea- | State Road 225 Its intersection transmitted
'I NOTICE OF Election Precinct Xo. 14, ttrlY inttr1o'Jonvlh I county line thence run west to I this resolution be
'. glFUJF."S !SALU consultant to and for this Commissioner District to Road thenceitm-j board Rairoad thence j, along the Putnam county line with the Seaboard Airline to Honorable P. W. Starling,
I I Xotice is given thatI Board, presented for the approval alpol Xo. Brooker.. east along Descant Road to the run northerly tht SeaWard To the Bradford-Alachua county j Railroad the said point of be- j Chairman Board of Public In-
P. D. Reddish as Sheriff of of this body a plan to Election Precinct Xo. 13A, easterly; boundary pf the City Airline r.irns'd to its linej; thencerun northerly and cinninjr.iirrtion. struction. Bradford County
Bradford
.11 l' County Florida by sub-divide ta.h of the County Brooker Commissioner DistrictXi of Starke thence run north a- intersection Street, westerly along the P.radf.trdAlachtia : ("neI.t"u. 14 Lawtey Florida and to honorable -
1 .' virtue of a Writ of Exeuton. Commissioner Districts of Brad- long the easterly boundary of thence run westerly along Ad- county line to Its In- I, 'iu..u.:. j Harmon P. Mftrsran. Superintendent -
issued by Small ford 5Brokfr. the City of Starke to its intersection kiii3 Street to. its
County, Florida. Into three of PubliciBstruclion
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t in and for Bradford Preinct Xo. UT Inttrtonwith tforst'dion"lth the we..t line i Commencing at the point of i ii
County a- with Alligator' Canal.
I (3) election precincts for eachof I New River. Commissioner ) Iateload : Temple nf Section 22. Township S I i intersection of the Seaboard i i and ex-officio Secretary. Board
f .. perty galnst or the both real of or Jessie personal Lucille pro I the said dlstrl Drown the Board's approvalof KVIIIIUT 'O.I Alligator Canal to the northeast I along Stale Road 200 (Temple I north along said section i line of Range 21 East, them.v County. Starke. Florida, for
a/k/a Jessie Green I
I Brown have seized and have I this precinct plan, Mr. Hardy I Map of the.City of. Stark corner of Lot Nine (9) I Avenue) tn jts intersection line, and extension thereof too | run northeasterly along the j i ii any appropriate action that the
specifically excluded the boundaries Bradford Blanding Sub-Division, thence with State Road 16 (Brownlee State Road j Board of Public Instruction
in County, Florida dated IS. thence run westerly i Seaboard Airline Railroad tIts .>
I described my possession the following of fa.h of the precincts 1S60. as compiled by Merrill G. run westerly along the north Street), thence run easterly I I:I along State Road 13 to its I intersection; with Epperson I j may determine to make in cum-
to-wit personal property. within the city limits of Starke, :lcflan. Registered Land .Sur line of Lot Xine (9) HandingSubdh'lslon along Stat Road 16 (Brownlee i intersection with the county I Road, thence run north on ': )- >| pRance with the provisions
: Florida. Whereupon. this plan Xo. to the Street) to its intersection with I ,! | and the conditions of Chapter
; IVk A lying X & W of Hwy veyor 391, to pictoriallyindicate. ectlol i graded road beginning in S-c- person Road to Us intersection i
was approved with the follow and of Jackson and St. Glair! I the Seaboard Airline 2S. i 23Section 230.061 Florid
301 Bnd S by Chambers W hy to extend the lalroad. tion Township! 7 South, I' with Francis Street, thence i *
Mack X by McCashin E ing exceptions noted; boundaries of certain election Streets continuing westerly a- thence run northerly alQn" th.1, Ranse 22 Eas-t, thence run run westerly along Francis I j Statutes. pertaining: to thfi
" Hwy 32-5-22 by 1. That the recommended precincts within the city limitsof long; Jackson Street to the Seaboard Seaboard Airline to I I northerly along said graded Street to I its( intersection with i j County School Board Membtr

As the Election Precinct 13 of Commissioner Starke, Florida and to provide .Airline Railroad, thence the north line of Township 6 I road tn its intersectioniitii .I Pratt Street, thence run weit j Residence District
the above I
j named defendant property and of that I District Xo. 5. he furthersubdivided the detai not otherwise run northerly along the Seaboard South thence run east along I the Meng's Dairy Road tht'n't'i i and south on Pratt Street to j i 5. To effect the orderly regis
on Airline Railroad to Us the north line of Township 6 I tration of the elec-
into indicated Exhibit qualified
the 13th day of January 1964 Election Precinct by Xo. run east along the Meng's State Road lOut thence run
at twelve o'clock said 13-.V and Election Precinct 3. The Election Precincts so Intersection with Adkins Street.thence South, to the BradfordClaycounty Dairy Road to Its intersectt northwesterly along State R.aJ i' tore of Bradford County. Florida
noon on
day at the above 1 13-B. This to be accomplished extended within the city limits run westerly along' Ad- line, thence run south I with State Road 100, the said II ion to its intersection with the and to comply with thr requirements -
t -. offer for sale locaton. to by establishing i. of Starke, Florida, are as follows kins Street to Us intersection along the Bradford-Clay county point of beginning.F.lrrllon west line of Range 21 East of Chapter 97. Sec-
"ni highest bidder for cash SU in State Road !2; from its intersection : with StateIoad 200 (Temple line to the southermost rightof I Precinct No. 11 thence run south along the lion 97.091. Florida Statute*,
I t hand. the above described with the Seaboard Election Precinct Xo. 3, .,.enu( thtn't run northerly way of. State Road IS. the Hampton: west line of Range 21 East to pertaining to the residence
I, of said defendant, subject property Airline Railroad to its intersection Crawford Commissioner Dis- along State Road 200 (Temple said point of beginning. Commencing at the point of its intersection with the Sea qualifications of electors, and
with State Road 227 trict Xo. Lawtey.. Avenue) to Farmers MarketRoad. In Compliance With the Provisions intersectl'-n of the west line of boardirlln Railroad the the election precinct in which
II I satisfy to said existing writ of morgage.attachment.to the divisional boundary there-a Election Precinct Xo. 4, thence run westerly a- 'I Of Chapter 124, Florida Section 22. Township S South. said point of beginning. i ii residence js maintained. THAT.a .

J i 1'. D. Reddish for. Legion Hall, Commissioner District long Farmers Market Road to Statutes County Commlslonprnistlict flange< 22 East, and the Brad Election i Prrrinrl \t.. 1:-.\- certified copy of this resolution
it I, F. I). Reddish Sheriff 2. That the boundary of Xo. Bayless.. State Road 16, thente run Xo. 3 anttng. is ford-Alachua i Ur..L..r: be transmitted to Mrs.
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t County Commissioner District Election Precinct Xo. I, northwesterly along State Road further sub-divided thrtc Ihence run Jeneva M. Flynii Supervisor of
12/19 2t 12/25 Comment-ing at the point of
Xo. 4 be changed from State Pleasant Grove, Commissioner 1 to Bradford-Union. county (3) election precincts as follows section line C'ountlin"1 I of Registration Bradford Counly
the
: "..- Road lOt to the southermosl District Xo. 2-nallss. line (New River), thencerun : thf renf. to I Union convergence line New Bradford-River Starke, Florida, whereby no
>OTK'F. OF lATKVTIOXS county ( )
TO JUHJISTEIl FICTITIOrS.VAMK I II right-of-way of State Road 18 Election Precinct Xo. 7, Reno southwesterly along the "lh.ton Precinct Xo. 7 thence run westerly along State and the Bradford-Alachua i further delay will be experiI -
to the east line of- Bradford Commissioner District Xo Bradford-Union county line to ft Road 18 to its intersection witn ,ounty line (Santa Fe Riva'r), I enced in properly registering!
I County Florida and that the Blanding.. the. west line of 8..tiol 30, Ejection Precinct Xo. -Sea- the ("Jnteradt'd road beginning thence j the electors of Bradford County
northeasterly along
Notice is hereby given that District Township 5 South 21 board. run in the revised election
lines of County Commissioner Election Precinct Xo. 8 Seaboard in Section 2S. Township precincts
the line
I the undersigned under the pro- District Xo. 3 and Commissioner District East, the said point of beginning. -: Election Precinct Xo. 9-Key- 7 South, Range 22 East thencerun to the ltradfordl'njini.unty west line of Section 21. as herein provided by this re-
visions of Chapter 20,953. Laws County Commissioner DistrictXo. Xo. stone. northerly along said graded smilut Lou;.
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3-Dandlng. Township 6 South. Range 2
-_. of Florida. Acts of 194 will 4 be changed to conform Prt'inct Xo. 9, KEYstone In Compliance With The Provisions the said preint.tl being road to Its intersection with Easl.thence. run south along 6. THAT, a certified copy of
I -- register with the the thereto. Commissioner District Of Chapter 124 Florida wholly confined within the Meng's Dairy Road thence r'inwesterly I -Od section line and extensiOn this, resolution be', transom ittit
1 I Circuit Court in and for Brad- WHEREAS, at a special call Xo. 3-Dandlng. Statutes, County Commissioner boundaries of County Commissioner along 1r..ngDaln' thereof to the pout'1 !r." ,if 11..n'rabieVarren M. Good-
I ford County Florida upon receipt ed meeting.held by the Board of I I Prfdnct Xo. 12, Lincoln District Xo. Bayless, is further District Xo. 3, and the Road to its intersection with Township 6; South, thence run ri'-h. Democratic State Chair
of proof of publication of County Commissioners on Wed City. Commissioner District sub-livided Into three (3) boundaries for each are herewith State Road 221. thence run east along the south IIn"f man. Democrallii Executive
I, this notice, the fictitious name nesday. November 6. 1963, two. Xo. 4-Hampton.. election orecincts as follows: separately described: northwesterly alongState Road Township 6 South to the west Committee of Florida Post-
of Modern Products Co., under (2) additional changes WEN I Election Precinct Xo. 13A, Election Precinct. Xo. 4 Election Precinct Xo. 221 to Its intersection with line of Range 21 East thence office Drawer 1520. Bra'denton.
.. which we are engaged in business made by this Board to'the-pre- Rowell. Commissioner DistrictXo. Legion', Hall Keno: State Road 200 (US 311)). thence run south along the west lin* Florida, and lo Honorable Tk H.Futih. .
at P. O. Box K63. Starke. cinct plan prrlouslY.appron'd I Brooker. 1It.tion: Precinct Xo. 5- ('Commencing at the point of ran northerly alone1 State Road of Range 21 East to the Brad- Chairman, Bradford
Florida. on XC'emherh, to. but Election Precinct Xo. 14. PIlasnt Grove. intortipctinn of the north lint %(130l to its intersection ford-AUchua line County Democrat Executive
1f rounty
not Including. Sampson.Commissioner DbtrI.t with State Road 227 theno" I Committee, J*. 0. Box SOS,
R. C. Henderson and C. P. precinct Election Precinct Xo. 6- of Township 6 tuth. and the thence run northwesterly along
I boundaries within the Xo" \- and Starke. Florida for -their guidance
city 5Brooktr.TlmEFOU Seaboard Airline Railroad run westerly southerly -
the Hradford-Alachua
Worthington. P. O. Box 868 county
limits of Starke, Florida. The BE IT REI thf said precincts being run southerly along along State Road 227 to State line to its with I? and use in .acc mnpllehing
,. I % t1te Dated, 1'19rlda day of? December -. .two. (2): changes 'mad at I fOIJYED )) this body, The wholly (confined within the $thEnCe"a"nafi Airline Railroad to tit i. Road IS. continuing westerly the Bradford-Union convergence,tinty. line I i the necessary changes that will
': 'I this meeting were as tolowl: of County Commis"ion- boundaries nf County Commissioner :ntes (-tlon with State and southerly on State i the said point of lJt'tinni'n j j be required to be made as a result -
A. D., 19G3 at Starke, 1. .That the ers of the County of Bradford District Xo. 2. and the 16 (Brownlee th.nct. Road IS to its Intersection with 1.Irel lea Prrrinrto.. I:- | of the re-districtinK nf
Bradford County Florida ary of Precinct 13-B of County State of Florida, in a regular boundaries for each are herewith run Strfet.Rlatt Road the west line of Section 2V Wiv Illtrrs 1 Bradford Oounly. Florida and
12/1 4 12128! Commissioner Distrc Xo. i be meeting duly as>emIled. do separately described: 16 ti eattrl'i. ahtl( with the Township 7; South. Range 21 1 to comply with the provision
-I shifted from herewith East.then. Commencing at time point of and conditions of 10'
t Road 225 accept approve Kleclion Pretlncto.. 4 I.rglon Bradford-Clay county line -e run south along Chapter
and then to run from the Brad Exhibit Xo. 1 and Exhibit Xo. Haiti thence run north the said section linE.. and extension intersection <>f the west line of .. Florida Statutes. gren.rraHy. and
j I ".. la The Court Of The County ford Alachua county line north I 2, as applying to the redistricting I Commencing at the Intersection Itrad fordCiacounty along line to thereof to the Bradford-Ala I Range 21 East and the Brad- I I for the local application of the

.. Jurist liradford County, along the west line of Sections of the County Commissioner ,- I I of State Road 16 and the the north line of Township 6 chua county line, thence run ford-Union county line (Xe\v provisions of Section 103.111.
.Florida.. I a Probate.In :53 and 2$, Township 7 South, Districts of Bradford I county graded road known as South th.n'e run west alon southerly and easterly along River). thence run south to the Florida Statutes.
I re: Estate of J. J. F. Bran- Range 21 East to State Road County Florida, and that Exhibit the Morgan road. thence run the nrtl; line of Township 6Soot the I'radford-Alachtia i-ounty north line of Township 7 South OrlirimtF Of Krroiumendatlon
Xo. 18. Xo. 3 and Exhibit Xo. 4. line to the west line of Section thenoe run west four miles to And .%peromah
nen, a-lso known as Jesse J. I southeasterly along! State Road ); Us intersection with '
deceased. 2. That the Election Precinct as applying to the 8uh-dl'lsiol 16 to Farmers Iktt ltud. the. Seaboard Airline Railroad, :!. Township S South, Rante the west line of Section 33: Superisisr Of ItetrUtratloii.Hritdfttrd .
t BranneD Creditors nd Persons formerly known as Xo. 7-Xew I of each of the ) lommis- thence run tastfrl' along Farmers the said point of beginning. 22 East the said point of beginning Township 6 South Range 20 C'oust>, Florida
Al River be sioner -. East, thence run north aii.migsaid I. Jeni'va M.
Having Claims or Demands re-establi.shed.. Districts into farlft to State I'ii-tioa: Prrrlnrto.. S-Spa- Flynn, Supervisor -
Against Said Estate: re-numbered as Election Precinct Precincts therefor be likewise Road 2ftfl (Tt-mp-le Avenue). hmimurii! r.letllon I'r..l'lot"0.. 1- I section line and extension of Registration. Bradford
Xo. 15-B-Xew Rh'tr. and accepted and approved, and inconfonmnarne th.nct run southerly along COII.ndng at the intersection Lincoln ('IlytConmmmtenclng thereof, to the BradfordUnioncounty County. Florida do herehyiertify
You and each of are
I I n'oiifu-d and you that portion of the precinctnorth therewith that the State Rond 200 (TelllE Avenue of State Road 16 (Brown at the Intt line (New River), thence that after due and diligent
hereby requiredto
: claims and demands of State Road Xo. 100 to boundaries of each of thE Commissioner ) to Slate Road 16 (HrolItt lee Street) and the Seaboard tion of Cull Street State r".l'-I run northeasterly along theltradfordt'nlon study and consideration
present any be added to Commissioner f.trkt and the Street), thence run northwesterly Airline thence run 2201) and Walnut-Street n unty line t-> of that portion of this resolution
,f which you, or either of District 'oi. and that the district I Election (' as hereafter along State Road 16 easterly a Rairoad.Statt Road 16 to run easterly airing Call Streetto I the west line of Uange 21 Easl. reflecting the changes In
you; may have against the estate o f Commissioner I described: to the north line of the SWIj the Brad ford-Clay county line its intersection with Water !i I the said point of beginning- election precincts and the
I of J. ;J. F. Brannen also District Xo. 2 and Commissioner Count* (' ntnii..loner J'rld! of SW,i, Section 21, Township thence run south along Street thence run southerly I I "Be It Further Resolved boundaries thereof, 'of the
r I tOas Jesse J.. Brannen deceased District! Xo. i be changedto :o. 1-|JIM''1 6 South. Ratine 2: East, tht>n.-t, Hradford-CIay county line tit t. aiming Water Street to State That All ResolutUns And Parts, County Commissioner Districts
late of said County, to conform thereto. Commtnllng at the point of run west along the north line I its intersection with State Road Road I ItO continuing southerly i Of Resolution In Conflict I of Bradford County, Florida,
i! the County Judge of BradfordCounty WIEUEAR. on October S. intersection of the north line of said quarter section, ant extension 2SO tht'nC. run westerly along r.n State Road ion to Us intersection ;i i I Herewith Are Hereby Kepeal- and the designation of polling
,.Florida, at his officeIn : llr. Hardy requested andthis of Township 6 South and the thereof, to tat State Road 230 to the easterly with the l'lUntrad..d J ed"P.o places as described herein, do
I the court house of saidCounty approved by resolution Seaboard Airline Railroad, 229 (Crownltt Road) thence boundary the Pity of Starke. road known as the 1Jf'ng' It Further Resolved that, herewith, by my signature affixed
at Slarke Florida a "privileged reservation" thence run fast to the Brad- run northwesterly along Slate thtI"t run north along the easterly Dairy Road thence run we!tt'r- in accordance with the provisions hereto, Confirm my endorsement
I within six calendar months to make any desirable changeIn ford-Clay county line, thencerun Road 229 (Browllet Road) to boundary of the City of isalong the Meng's Dairy: of Chapter 98. Section 9S.031. I and approval of sm-h)
1 from the time of the first publication any County Commissioner north alI thE Bradford- the county graded known Starke to Us intersection with Ruad t'> Its intersection with Florida Statutes 1963. the changes and designations and
f of this nolice. Each ; District within the city limitsof Clay county lne to the Brad- I as the Marcus Conner Road Alligator Canal, thence follow State Road 221, thence run following loatIunare here in compliance with the provisions
claim or demand shall be in tal'kt that would be necessary ford-Baker county)" line, thencerun thence run northeasterly Ilunithl the westerly course of northwesterly along State Road with designated as the polling of Chapter 98. Section
\lgatoJ
writnl and shall state the to harmonize and equalize west along the Bradford- Marcus Conner Road to its Canal to the Iouthtat cornerof 221 to Us intersect with place for each of the election 93.031. Florida Statutes, recommend
( residence and post office the election precinct within the Baker county line to the Brad- Intersevtion with the county Lot Eight (8) Blanding SubDivision with State Road 200 (US 301). precincts herein established without reservation, that
,. address of the claimant, city limits of Starke. This "pri ford-Union county). line (Xevv graded road known as the thn.'t run westerly thence run northeasterly along : the Board of County Commissioners.
and thalLe\ sworn to by them vileged reservation" was required River). thence run southwesterly Hardshell Road t IH'nct run along the south line of Lot State Road 250 (US 301) to Election Precirct Xo. 1 Bradford County. Florida
.. hiS agent or attorney, so that the balance along the Bradford Union southeasterly along the Hard- Eight (8)) Blanding SubDivision Walnut Street in Starke. Florida lawtey. City Hall!! of Lawtey concur, approve and adopt
; caimant any such claim or could be malntalntI, insofaras county line to Its intersectionwith shell toad to its intersectionwith to the intersection of Jai-k- thence run northerly alona? awtey.. Florida. I the same as herein provided

,\t. not co filed shall be demanl. possible, each of the State Road 16, thence run State Road 16 and the son and St. Clair Hlrt.tts. continuing Walnut Street to its intersection Election Precinct Xo. 2- j for.
__ Jessie May Brannen County Commissioner Districts southeasterly along Stale Road Morgan Road, the said point of Jackson with Call Street (State Kelly-Office of M. L. Turner Jeneva M. Flynn
% v. that minor boundary (changes 16 to Us intersection withFarmers beginning. Street to wtterl'.n j I R''aU ::!0)), the said point of be- Lawtey, Florida. Jeneva. M. Flynn. Supervisor of
r Jessie Brannen Executrix
May as 8tabnarllItlnt
could be made In the Commissioner Market Road, thencerun Election: Prrrlnrt Xo. 5-Plrii- Railroad thenle run I ginning. Election Precinct Xo. 3- Registration, Bradford County,
l of the Last Will
and Testament
Distri.tnts in order toreah easterly along Farmers _ant (:"0t'omminlng\.: along the Seaboard Airline II Ciiuiitr CoiiiniHMiinrr Dlilrlrl.Commencing Crawford Bradford County Florida.
of J. J. F. Brannen also
M )' polling Market Road to State Road TOO at the Intersection Railroad- its intersection No.Itrotkcr; Fair Building North Temple After discussion and consideration -
J known as Jesse J. Brannen. pIa c t for each precinct; (TEmple Avenue). Ihence run I of State Road' ''123 'and 'flh Adkins Street, thence run at the point of Avenue, Starke, Florida. of ail references
First publication December. 5, to provide the int-anS. to makea southerly along State Road 206 State Road 10ft, thence run westerly along Adkins Streetto 'on ergt'n..e of the Bradford- Election Precinct Xo. 4Ltgion exhibit, recommendatlonR.
1 9 t3. more equal distribution of the (Temple Avenue) to State Roa-1 I southeasterly along State Rna its intersection with SlateRoad .\Iat'huallInl)' line (Santa Feflirert Hall American Legion boundaries designations, and

W. F. Bevls, qualified electors for each election 16 (Brownlee Street). thencerun 100 to its Intersection with 200 (Temple .\wnut), and the Bradford-Union P.tiildingNorth Temple Avenue. other facts hereto applying,
Holland, Be vis & Smith, precinct within the city easterly on State Road 16 Pratt Street, thence run north t htlt run noriherly! county line (New River), thencerun Starke, Florida. Jerome Johns, Commissioner
I "j j Bartow J'lorlda ,limits, while at the same time (Brownlee Street) to the Seaboard and tat on Pratt Street to Us State Road 20H (Temple along northerly and easterly a-I Election Precinct Xo. 5 i District Xo. 3, seconded the motion
Attorneys preventing any overlap of election Airline nairoati. thencerun intersection with Orange Streetsthene nue), to its intersection with long the Bradford-Union Pleasant Grove Bradford of Commissioner Robert
12/5 4 12/26 precincts between County northerly Seaboard run south along Orange State Road 16 (Brownlee ty line to the west line of'null-I County High School. North for adoption of the resolution.
Commissioner District boundaries Airline Railroad to its Street to its intersection with : thence run E3"tErla.- tion 30, Township 5 ) Temple Avenue, Starke, Flori including the exhibits referred
--. within the city ..limits.WHEREAS inter"tI.tol with the north line Street, thence run easterly trtet; State Road 16 (Brown- Range 21 East thence run da. to herein and made a part of
la County. Judges Court. : it is now apparent 6 South, the said Cal along Call Street to Bessant lee Street) to the Seaboard Airline south along said section line Election Precinct Xo. 6- this resolution and after being
I In And For Bradford after due study and consideration poin of beginning. thence run east along Railroad, the said point of ant extension thereof to State Vanderbilt Bayless Highway joined, in cession, by Mrs. Jeneva -
l' County, FloridaIn that all of the required II Compliance With The Provisions Bessunt Road to the easterly beginning.Klectinn Road 100. thence run southeasterly Baptist Church, BayJess High M. Flynn, Supervisor of
re: Estate of changes have been Of Chapter 124 Florida boundary of the City nf Starke, Precincto.. 9-Key- along State Road lOt way, Starke, Florida. Registration Bradford County
.,.. MAI M. mtYA deceased. made a approved hy this Board Statutes, County Cominlgsllntr thence run north allni the atone to' its intersection with Pratt Election Precinct Xo. 7 Florida in compliance with the
T NOTICK FIMNC.PETITION from time to time and incorporated Ditric Xo. Lawtey, is fUrther easterly boundary City Commenting at the intersection Street thence run north and Reno-R. J. E. High School, provision of Section 9S.A21.
FOIl FINALit in the re-dlsiricling of sub-divided into three (3) of Starke to its intersectionwith of State Road 230 and the east on Pralt Street to Us intersection Jenkins & Pin Streets starke Florida Statute.i. the said m >-
msCHAlKJK OF KXKCfTOH Bradford County, Florida, into election precincts as follows: Alligator Canal thene Bradford-Clay county line. with Orange Street, Florida. lion was then put to a vot
Xotlce is hereby given that County Commissioner Districts Election Precinct Xo. 1-Law. follow the westerly course of th.-nce run south along the thence run south on Orange Election Precinct Xo. 8-Seaboard and disposed of as hereafte-
that I have filed my petton.. and Election Precincts for each tey. Alligator Canal to the northeast Bradford-Clay county line to Street to its intersection with Armory Building indicated by the seal of each
for distribution and fnal I of said districts, and as evidence Election Precinct Xo. 2 corner of Lot Nine (9) Jhe southermout right-of-way Call Street thence run easterly Florida National Guard. North County Commissioner. joined
--- discharge a executor of es- I thereof, the following I Kelly. Blanding Sub-Division. thence of State Road IK, thence run along Call Street to Us ins 'r- Te-"ple Avenue, Starke Florida. as aforesaid by the Supervisor
"ii-> tate of, Mai Bryan deceased exhibits presented with the re- Election Precinct Xo. 3 along the north northerly and westerly along sectiOn with Walnut Str-et. j Election! Precinct Xo. 9 of Registration, Bradford
and that :1 December SOth, I solution are ordered filed. and Cra\ford. I run'e1terl'. (9> Bland'-' I State Road 18 to Slate Road thence run southerly al ng Keystone -- Southside Elemental County. Floiida:
1963, 1 will apply to the Honorable are considered. the said precincts being : Sub-Division to the intersectionof I 100, thence run northwesterlyalong Walnut S rrt tll State 1:. ad y School, *'olley Road run III: ->OI.VTIOVAS
..-, Theron A. Yawn Coun- KXIIIIHT XO. I wholly confined within the Jackson and St. Clai. State Road 100 to Water L'IIO (l'5 JO'' >.. .-ntinning southerly State Ro-td 1i 1. Starke. Fla. AMKMIKI)
ty Judge of Bradford County, A general highway map of boundaries of County Commissioner Streets continuing Street within the city limit a I '-1 ? State Road Election IT rinct Xo. 10Ther -- S/ CARL PRKVATT
Florida for an order of distribution Bradford County, Florida, as District Xo. 1, and long Jackson .Street to the Seaboard of Starke, Florida continuing; 20. (t':01 ."' > to Its inter- *!>:i -- *'imniunity House Carl Prevail. Chairman,
prepared by the Traffic and the boundaries for each arc Airline northerly along Water St>."-tto ""('Ii:n w" *' SM.e Road :''. of Theressa. The'res.su. Florida. i'nmnulssjtner. County Commis-
and for final dischargeas Tairoad. thencE .. .
Division the "' r'v and hrlv Election Pri-inct Xo. 11 fi.ner DislrM Xo. 1.
Planning of Flori herewith separately described; run northerly seaboard its intersection with i tll! !Il'> mn son
executor of the will of MaiM I ; Road Department.dattd (,.I.&ul Prerluct :o. 1-I.aw- Airline Railroad to itsinterseclion Street (Stale Road 230) tb-n"* alons -". -t- Road 227 to'' I Is rpion---4'it V Hall of Hamp CEiiUttK; ROBERTS
L Bryan, deceased. .\prL 196!, to pictorially tej : with Adklns run easterly along -'triM-t :5Nte 1 11 ...* li. ciintin't IK ton. ha fliit(4fl. Florida. Grorjre Roberts. Commlfiiiner ?-
December. end 1963. Indlatt county boundarylInes Commencing at the point of thence run westerly StrEEt (State Road 230) Cal Bezant ...ttMi-lv t!>.> southerly along J Election i'r. (-met Xo. 12 C' Rudolph H. Bryan up to, but not including intersection of the Bradford- 'kins Street to Its intersectionwith Road thence run tat al-iny State Rood iS 1 m thwe"t li if Lincoln Ci"PnMir Library. OiMtKV... 2.
Thomas & Pierce the boundaries within the city Clay county line and State State Road 2.00 (Temple Bessant Road to the easterly) Seti- ?\. T'twnshp 7 StarUe-Bradfi-r I County 13* 5' JEROME JOhNS
"*' Attorneys at Law limits of Starke.Florida. for Road 200) (US 301), thence runsouthwestfrly Avenue), thence run northerly boundary of the City of Starke Suth, Ranze ?l U'"it. f'erun *- ..' South Walrii'l Street, Starke, Jerome .Iohn< OonimlsBlon-
P. ;O. Drawer 1030 each of the County Commission along State Road along State Road 200 (Temple thence run south along- the south a*"n g said ..-"t; n F'.i-rida. --r Co-inty Commissioner Disirl.t .

I.,. Starke Florida Districts 1 through 5, 200 (US 301)) to its intersectionwith Avenue) to Us Inter.ctiot with {asterI' boundar' of the City line and ftt' ..'-'n thereof) 'o Election! l'-' -in'-t Xo. 13-A- Xn. 3.
--, George. H. PtEre, Attorney named and numbered a follows !- Stale Roal 200-A, thence State Road 16 (BrownleeStreel is intersectionwith the Br!df *d-Al chiii 0.>nn'v Rowell T-'rwllIegar Motors SJBfSli; C1I.iST.IN
12/5 4t 12/25 ; run northerly along State Road ), Ihence run northwesterly Stale 230. tl.nc. line thence r"n"t'it..rh. ar d 2"") West Midison Street, Mr. Jertrfe Chaftain, CnmwfpRl'tner. -
.. e:. _ Commissioner District Xo. 1, 200A to the county graded road along Stale Road 16 to the run easterly along State northerly aWthe Bradford- Starke V\nr\ 45. County CommlsslonT -
Lawtey, Carl Pre\'at. Commis- known as the Crawford Road north line of the SWI,'( of 230 to Us intersection with thBradfordClay -* .\la'hua't.v Inc to its con Electlrn I* e.-in.-t Xo. 1J-B District N'o. 4.
In The Circuit Court Of The sioner. thence run we8terl" along the SWl/4. Section Township 6 county line I tin vcrgenel'i the Bradford- Graham U-aidew i-f Mr*. S/ -
F.ighth Judicial ('Irt'ul OfFlorida Commisslc :er District Xo. 2, Crawford Ioad State Road South) Range :1.East thencerun said point of beginning Union (' >i'n.'- line! the said L. E. Itiilif Graham Florida Ruscell H. Green. Commie-

I. And For Bayless, George Roberts Com 16, thence run north westerly west along the north line County Commissioner DMrlrt point of b'Tinina' Election l-ec-irxt Xo. 14 -- sioner. County Cwnmlssloner
Const), la Chancery Can Xo. missioner. along State Road 16 to the of said quarter section, and -I-hianuptonm In 'nmni""I'fo With The Provisions Sanmps"n-Mathi"r'n Street Baptist I District Xa 5.
Henry J. Broskey Plaintiff, Commissioner District Xo. 3, Bradford-Union county line extEnsion thereof, to' State Commencing :at the intersctton Of CVtptT 124. Florid fhun-h. 90 I W -'t Madison JKX'EVA i M. FLYNN
-vs- Margie Carlton Broskey Blanding Jerome Johns Commissioner. (Xew River), thence run northeasterly Road 229 (Brownlee Road) of the soulhermost right statutes. Ci.-itv, Commissioner Street. Stark > vii Hdn.! j Jeneva M Plrwi' Supervi-
I i along the Bradford- thence run northwesterly alonA of-way of State Road HAnd i' District X". Brooker, is further Election P 'ec'r.r-t X->. 15-A- rr of Regis'ratiofl,; Bradford
.' Defendant.DIVORCE .i Commissioner District Xo. 4, Union county line to the Brad State Road 22 (Brownee ) the Bradford-Clay county line j" solll.-,}-' '*! Into five (5) P.rooker--t'o' inrinitv Ifocse i.f foiintv. FIrid
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Order Of Publication' And Hampton, Mrs. Jesse Chastain ford-Baker county line thencerun to the county graded roa-i thencerun northerly and westerly j election i>r. '- ".i as follows: Brooker Brin-ker Florida. I> I Xotice To Defend Commissioner. eat along the Bradford- known as the Marcus Conner to State Road IO! Mhejyfrun" mt t'ti"n iP !iH-t Xo -13-A-- Electlo'n Pre- in.-t X >. SB- indicated at the regular m eting -

J 7 UA '"In The Xame Of The State Of Commissioner District Xo. 3, Baker county line to the Brad- Road, thence run southerly and northwesterly along Star.- j Ito\\'fll, New River Wiggins storaet of the Hoard of County
Of Florida Brooker, nussel H. Green, ford-Clay county line, thencerun west on the Marcus Conner Road 100 to Water Street within KlAi-'joi V--<-nct Xo. 13-- Bldg. (New River School) New 'oiiimlFnionTn. Bradford Cotirtiv. -
v south along the Bradford- Road to its intersection with the city limits of'Starke Gr:>1tam. River. Fboriiii. F1'.rsla. duly called and a.-
./", To: 'Mrs. Margie Carlton EXIIIIILTMap XO. 2 Clay county line to Us intersection State Road 225,. th"nt run Florhla. continuing northerly Eliopfll'n i I'rci'ino.t Xo. 14Samnson. Be It Further I> olred that, hcin'ilfd OB- l'imesdar. Dei-ember
Broskey of the City oT Starke with State Road 200 southerly along State Road 225 along Water Street to Its intersection in accnrdanc- with the provin- f ?. IMS, at l its office in the
"..,. AddreS unknown. Bradford County, Florida dated (US 201) the said point of be- its intersection with StaleRoad with Call Street 1:1.1.:) \ n "-'n-t; Xo. 1S-A- ions and re >uenntM! ; of Ihe founts* courthouse Stark.'.
Tou Are Hereby Notified 1960. as compiled by Merrill G.McMillan. ginning.EretloD. to 100 the point of be (State Road 230), thence run ir.vkfr.BIwil"i. Florida Stftt 'te* as they apnlyt" 'I'll r4.la
that a complaint for divorce baa Registered Land. Surveyor Prrrlnrt No. S-KrU? ; ginning.Klrrtlun. &il westerly along Call Street to I' ('-;n..t Xo. li-B- this P..arl. ..tN-r g-vf-rnlnp :jv CARL PRBVATTOirl
.... been filed against you and you Xo. 391, to pictorially Indicate at the point of Precinct %o. f- Van its intersection with Walnut Xew Ftl- bodies, agent I and arenries "f Prevail. Chairman,
are required to serve a copy the boundary lines for Intersection of the Bradford- derbllt! Street thence run southerly a- the -1 ii'eclnct being the County {-' Bradford and the lioard ut County Comn>l *l ln-
.i of your answer or pleading to each of the County Commissioner Clay county line and Slate Commencing at the Intersection -I long Walnut Street to Us in- wli.,1'imm'd! within thel.oundr1' State of Fiui ida, .)$h ooHtlcal ni, Bradford C.untr, KJorldi.
the complaint on the plaintiffs Districts within the cit Road 200 (US 301), thence run of State Road 100 ana lersectlon with State Road 200 --. "f C 'tts tv Commi.1"- -dlvisii.ns p'ltfo.-! party .., TT91T
attorney, Eugene F. Shaw; 1!! limits of Starke. Florida southwesterly along State Road State Road 223, thence run (US 301), continuing soulherly: ion T District NV). :. and the committeejc iConntv and State), CHARLES A. DARBY
U South Walnut Street Starke. otherwise shown on or by Exhibit 200 (US 301) to the north line northerly along State Road 225 along State Road 200 (US 20!) bounlarie fur each are herewith this body TI e B.-ird of r' intyCommUnione Charles A. Darby. Clerk of the
Florida and file the original Xo. 1. of Township 6 South, theneerun to Its Intersection with thet'ount to Its intersection with State separately described: -* of the County t ;remit C..urt. and x-offi'n| !
answer or pleading in the office KYH1B1T XO. 3 east along the north line of ). graded road knows as Road 227, thence' run westerlyand Klrellwn Prt'I.f'tu.. 15AItonrll of Bradford. State of Fl rida. ( Vrk. Board "f ('ounly C ..mIln -
cf the Clerk of the Circuit A general highway map of Township 6 South to the Brad the Marcus Conner Road thence southerly along State Road : In compliant therewith here r.h-gioners. df rd Co. rla.
4 Court on or before the 23th day Bralford County Florida, a* ford-Clay county line thencerun run east and northerly along 227 to its intersection with Commencing at the intersection by authorize : and '-"e K to hi. -iiiriFlr: % iI
1 of December, 1963 you fail. prepared bthe Traffic and north along the Bradford- the Marcus Conner Road (crossIng State Road 18, continuing westerly I of State Road 225 and the made the f' '!'mtt-fng disirib-ttlon I. CHARLK3 A: IMIiKY. a*
to do 80, a decree pro I Planning Division of the Florida l Clay county line to its intersec Slat Road 229-Brownie- and southerly along State Seaboard Airline Railroad of it-n ofgeJ: ttH'tn Ms herein I ft-rfc of ft.5 I'irruit Court nf
I be taken confeR( State Road with 200 US. Road) to its intersection with Road 18 to the west line of thence run northeasterly along reflected l>v this f"' 'itiwn: I railforil| C'.nnty. Florida, and
against forI" StateIoad
you Departmtnt. ton I
wi relief demanded in the dated April, 1962, the of begin i the county graded road knownas I Section 2S. Township 7 the Seaboard Airline Railroadto 1. That a.r'v of Slits ri- olutlon e\-offii-io clerk of the Hoard
thf indicate the Election Precinctsfor ning. the Hard.-hell Road thencerun I South Range 21 East thencerun its intersection with lpp r- in--l"dlnt !->hil its 1 (1 Ciiiint" Conjmlniluners
complaint This notice each of the County Commissioner ICUetion I'rerlactNo.. 3- southerly and east along I south along said section I son Road thence run north and 2. refer.-Ing to th- County 1-radf'ird; C.mnfv. Kiorida, IOHBKRBY
shall be publishedonce Districts and for all (Cranfurd the Hardshell Road to Its intersection line. and extension thereof tu along Epperson Road t.. its Intersection f ommis i nt r IH.'*rct*, and f'ERTIFV8. tht the
-.- each week for four con. |I II | of Bradford Commvm-ing at the point of with State Road 16 its Intersection with the Urad-I with FrancU Street Exhibit)! arel referring to attiictied and foregoing i* a
secutlve weeks in The Bradford I and lo. show C.'untIorida intersection of the north line thence run northwesterly along ford-Alachua county thence run westerly along the Election Predaii thereof true and corrrtft r'py of Hr

I County Telegraph. each election precinct up to. of Township 6 South and the State Road 16 to the Bradford- thence run southerly and easterly Francis Street to Its intersection be appro> r'ij't-l'' rwrd.d upon .'ooluti n tt deflnvby number
Dated at Starke, Bradford but not including tht bound- Seaboard Airline Railroadthence Union county line (New River). along the BradfordAlachuacounty with Pratt Street thene- the minute of tM RoaM ami a-id lo dwrttte hr I Itiirtu b.unelary
County, Florida this 23 day of aries within the city limits of run southerly- along .the I thence run alon I line to the Putnam j run northerly and east along filed with he r.fflrtnl r-cord tIm,' Cititutv ''nmiBIs4I.n.-r iia-
J .... November 1>63. Starke, Florida, named and Seaboard Airline Railroad to the !outhwtt.rly county line thence run east a- .i Pratt Street to its intersection of this bod1" af t-onetltudng 1 througlt 4 ah tne elff -.
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) numbered as fol.'I: State Road 16 (. Bro\'nlh | to the west line of (Section lnt ln"l long the Putnam county line 'u j! with Orange Street thence run the final o' lclnl ar'ion nf this n prin$ therefor, of thC >
( Charles A. Darby. Clerk of Election PI Xo 1, Law thence run westerly I Township 5 South. Range the Bradford-Clay county line. i south on Orange Street to its Board on thr question of red -iinty of Kratfford. SISSe of
the Circuit Court Bradford tey, Commissioner District Xt alonl Street:tat. Road 16 (Brownlee Eat, thence run south alone thence run north along the |i intersection with Call Street IsUletisuF. Pl/.rlda. AX AUE>'DKD by
I County)., 1-I awley. Street) to State Road 200 j paid section line, and f'tfnsl.t I the Bradford-Clay county line, I I thence run easterly ftn' nail 2. -compliance with the p: K-! II and 12 herfof. hjr the
..- By Charles A. Darby, Clerk Election Precinct Xo. 2. Kelly (Temple Avenue). Ihence'run thereof to State Road 10?. its intersection with the south- Street to Its intersection provisionf i f Chapter 14, Sec- ; Bard 'f 7owifj'iuRiliilon| -
.1 lt 1127 4t 11; Commissioner District Xo.. 1- northerly along State JloaJ 200 1 thence run southeasterly,. along er most right-of-way of State Walnut Street then -e wir"I I lion ISI 02. 1"1"r4da Statutes. erg and artvptwl trf the aid
I Lawtey. (Temple Avenue to Farmers j State Road 1W( > to its IntrpP- Road IS. the said point of be- southerly oo Walnut! Street t'I I jiertalntng-ti. Itif hvsn4arki Hmr* at its rrgoAr meeting
nK"OI.VTIOTO 1JF.FIXK MY !' Election Precinct N. 3. I Market Road, .Ihence run westerly I j with State Road 225, 1 ginning. Us. .. Intensei-lion wIth State Ibid IIt i of th* CViiytv ('outumuis-'i-ner h'M on T .(Miiy. lieo n Ke J.
U.lr M'Miuu AXO TO, DKsriURi-: 1 Crawford. Commissioner District along Farmers Market ton point of beginning. i In Compliance With The Provisions I en jor t.h"n" run "* Di,f ltH C'J'Spter S.'CtU U 163. and aoqwsla <>f record
I BY IO"D unTit: COTXTY Xo. 1-Lawtey.Election Road' to State Road 16, th.nc.,,I C..t Coimtialsioer District I IN. Of Chapter-. 124 FJorida erly en State Road 2 ftoI M'S aOl'i fl &*.*.!.L Flo da Statute*. \*ttawing i ID, Minnte Hook T t i-tf t"- Board
(' UlVrilHTS I Pfint. Xo. 4. I run along State i ., -, Statutes Cnunt} .-Commissioner to" its lat,-r.e'-ti .n with St.'e Is, the devifipttion of i iI of Countv f'mmiwslones.
t ,J. TllltOrnil 5 AXII : KI.KC- Legion lontr Road northwftttrl'luntgradr I I Commencing UI..dl"J1 at the point of Intersection ]j District"Xo. Hampton, is Road %%.. tben"- eon W'-terlr I pofUK pla- for cfh election j I FURTHEK CB8T1FY that
-, ''IO% PUKCINCTS Tit Tln IU- District X.}2-R3)'I.s tommls, road known as Cawford of the southernmostrishtofway further sub-divided into three on State P nd 527 t ii. ir.r.-1 nrecincr and. niaoti-r 101. Ker- j .hlbiti- 1 through 1. as referred -
FOR. (I.' Tin COI'XTY OF Election 1"1".inl 5, Plea1 Road thence tUn of State Road IS (3) election precincts as follows SeetInO with :ttRoad 225 t then lt 1.7t and Section HI.73 1 to in the recrlii( have
'HKAUFOK11. STATK OF 1 sant Grot. .0 Dis- the Crawford Road to Stale and the Bradford-Clay eounU"lne J : i ij : .hfont't nit 'rt!>w.t.-''" 'nf Florida Sta'nf pertaining to herb filed in aerdanee with
_. FI.OItlUA.) tri.-t Xo. 2 Bayless. Road OO.- thence run southerly thence run northerly anl j j Election Precinct Xo. 10. -. 1 St.ite Did !2i t ft it< nt .r>*c- I! the pttHc t.lace rid the de- the amendment rtUtlve there

.\ the regular meetingt, i Election Precinct Xo. 6. Vanderbilt. I along State Road :&0-\ to to State Road 10.). ; Theressa. : tn "'th t" y..'*ofI"d A'r'ine i termination of boundaries for to.WIT.VESS
'JI i th Board of County Controlssfoners Commissioner District State Road 200 (US 301), thence thence run n northwesterly alon* t i Election Precinct Xo. 11 j flrr -.'- the aid, point of ).erie i election prt-ir..ut. THAT a rer- MY HAND AND
of Bradford County, 1 Xo. 2-DaJI '_ s. I southerly along State Road State Road l&to Water Street J I Hampton. rift,1'. I titled rotirf this refutation OFFICIAL SEAL.) at Starke,
Florida, held on Tuesday. December Election Precinct Xo. 7. Reno ru' (US SOU to the north line within limits of Stark, j Election Precinct Xo. 12 j -" -a I'rrrfnrt 'o. 13.11-1 be fnTfiwith tri ialild to Bradford C'.nnty, Florida, this
3. 1H3, at Il office in i Commissioner District Xo. 5- !, of Township 6 outh thence j I .- *.tlf continuing northerly Lincoln City. }! 4rikaI'i ITfcnorAl.l "T.IBI Adarnu, Secretary Stlt) day of JJse emb*. lifi.
M the courthouse Starke. Blandiitir. run east along llnj j along "'a ttr Street to Its Intn8f.ton' 1 the said precinct be'ng Conurem-inc! at the intriKCf : of Statr. State of Florida, C8B.VL) .
4. Florida wiyi, the. folMwin: Election l'rtIRct Xo. 8, SeaWard of Township 4 South to the .itfth Call Street wholly confined ""!Ut!. the ; tI .flf the S-nb.ari} AirHit j Tallahassee, Florida. Jo satisfy CHARLBg .jUjftRBY
members present: $ aarUne Ray ad the Poad 210). thence run I .the boundaries of O oirtjr ComnrUsioner j IIat1rd .00 State Rood 255.sealxtard the eoadltioBB and rexittirejnents Charles A. Dar < 'dferlc *f the
,'_ '. CARL Pre'at. Chairman Xo. 3-Ulldlng. Dittrk sid btglnnlng. I eaMerly airing Street District X* 4. and tbiw.rnnw.sterIi a1"-'Jr ..Ib* ojft h'tme rperents Cirevft Conn a adj tx.'.*fffeioCfefh.
Cal
( "$ District Xu 1. X*. 9. Key County CoMimU,.iunrr DMrirl State Road 239) H.1 I the boundaries for eadtlI r* Airline Rallr'-ad to to the Florid tltttute-st.- hlnapd of ewlntjr Conmwioeeri. -
GEORGE ROBERTS CoromUt stoDe Ettn ioner District -0" :-IIaIr.sm Road thence run east along herewith separately described: the west line of Range 21 East 1 3. To fulfill the requirement* Bradford Cowty.
I nr DUtrk-t Xo 2. S-mandiag. I CommOneing at the point of I Bessa'at Road to the easterly j KlrrtUn I'rerUet \.. 10Therroat I th*e ran youth along the west of Section 124.62 and SretfeB Florida
JEROME Johns Commission I Election Precinct :>. 10 1It :

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TIIURSDAY, DEC. 19, 1963 I
..' BRADFORD COU'\'TY TELF..GR\PH. STARKE, FLoRIDA 5
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AALAAAAAAAAAAAjAAAAA | completion of the building. ;i Middleburg, a boy Joe Jr. on''' ]H. Rape in Roanoke. Ala. .I homecoming ceremonies.Mr. ,y*Y"'YTYYYYYTTTTTYTy-" ,'II[ : \,
: An estimate was made on : Dec. 11 at St. Vincent's int.! She also visited other relatives : and ? last week lists regular services overnight visitors last weekend 1 Vierdenna! M. P H..i.arrt !
Mrs. John
t tin Parker .
MAXVILLE I I how much mere material! will Jacksonville. for each Sunday. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. II r. : Plaintiff' 'harks James
Mr. and Mrs. i i Columbus, Ala. i[ and son left Wednesday for i HAMPTON 1 Milliard Defendant. {
( be needed for hanging the Henry Carter are the great. Mrs. Henry Carter spent j I Kentucky to spend the holidays morning Bible school Is at 10 Parker, enroute to Ohio for: j Defendant.
By Mrs. A- C. Slade windows and completing the grandparents. j I the weekend in Starke with It I with Mrs. a. m., with worship services ,at the Christmas holidays. Sunday NOTICE TO APPEAR i
Parker's By Mr. D. E. .
I 11111
parents To
i 11 a. m., and : Charles James Milliard
\ bathroom. Members voted to Mr. and Mrs. Clifton: Caldwell ,i 1 Mrs. Effie Johns. i Sunday evening visitors of the Parkers: U. S. S. .Hollald.! AS 3! S2 Di: i
&&AAALAAAA4A4AAAa jJ&& buy a heater for the clinic office a daughter, Kimberly Mrs. Randolph Crosby visit- AAa AA A AAA& I'service at 7. p.m. Carl C1ark were Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Miser visionew York, X. Y: C. S, i

J 4-11 CHRISTMAS PARTY and paint for the desks Lynn. Dec. 12 at Duval Medi- ed her zister-in-lawMrs. Otis .I*TTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTtLAWTEY f'SCHOOL PRESENTS I is TEEN-AGERS pastor of the church. n and children of Gainesville 3-4783142.You are hereby notified that

\ Members of the 4-H Club! and chairs. cal Center in Jacksonville j Crawford, in Baptist Hospitalat I i CHRISTMAS PROGRAM PARTY for a birthday dinner for I a suit for Divorce has been
held BAPTIST CHURCH FUNERAL SERVICES Lawrence, Rita, and filed against you in the abuw
their annual Christmas I JJ Jacksonville last Wednes \ Students at Hampton Elementary Madonna Mrs. Misner.
named Court
party Friday from 4-6 m. CHRISTMAS PROGRAM Funeral services for Hurley I Meng were hosts for a and cause and VIM
p.
day.Mrs. School presented a Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardinof are required" to serve a copy oj
t at the 4-H park in Jackson- Teachers and members of I Manning of Bell Gardens,I Albert North and Don musical Christmas party for their teen-age; your answer or pleading to liu
ville. Events of the afternoon the Sunday School classes at,! Calif.. were held Thursday : Uselton were called to Shaw- by Enza Blanchard I the school programin L friends at the Francis Menj Jacksonville were Sunday: complaint on the 1'laintiff'

\ were talent shows, games anJ Maxville Baptist Church will I afternoon at Manning Ceme- i nee Town. Ill., due to the 4A A .. .4AA I. Tuesday. auditorium L home 'Saturday evening' 'Dec. dinner guests at the home of Attorney. Florida Green, and Green.file GreenStarke. tht.

dancing. After the party refreshments have their annual Christmas tery. Manning was the son of i i death of their father. Mrs. Under the direction 14. Approximately 30 were Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Watterson. original in the office of th..
were served. There Tree and program Monday the late Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Don Uselton visited her moth- PTA MEETING Doris of Mrs present for outdoor games and Clerk of the Circuit Court nor
j The Strong music: teacher, before the 13th day of Jan-
attending from Maxville were: night Dec. 23. Each class will Manning, and was born er, Mrs. Reba North, in Jack-j Lawtey Junior HighPTA the story of Christmas in refreshments. uary, 1963; otherwise the all* .
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Mrs. Joe Lucas and daughter participate in the program and lived in this area until II sonville while her husband! held its regular meeting tomine pan-; FOSTAL HELP ADDED THE RIGHT POINT for tut gallons of bald Complaint wiii
Susan Angelia and moving to California two in ; Tuesday night; Dec. 10, in the was accompanied b7 Mrs. T. I be taken as confessed by you
: Muriel
and afterwards fruits and I was Illinois. {1 school auditorium. Bible reading and Christmas; F. Brown started I' ray yon write. Come in and I This notice shall be published -
Palmer: Debbie Lloyd; Janet gifts will be given to those years ago. Mr. and :Mrs. Roger North Rev. W. A. carols. Saturday working at the once each week for four

., Carver: Wanda Wilkinson and I who attend. PERSONALSSidney I and son, Jeffery, drove to I! Fox"Working spoke on the topic Paul Lott was reader; shepherds Hampton postofflce along I select your favorite ESTER consecutive County weeks Telegraph.in the Bradford -
together BROOK
I Cliff Slade. BIRTHS [Boogie] Wellhau-] Alma Ga., to celebrate the '; through were Stanley Jones, with Mrs. Mary Williams dur- Fountain Pen. TELE Dated this 10th day of December

CIVIC CLUB MEETINGThe I Mr. and Mrs. Don Useltonof sen is expected home from Ft. birthday of Mrs. North's father -, character for and the spiritual education "- Robbie Addison, Billy Rhoden, ing the Christmas mall rush GRAPH. 1963.

I' monthly meeting was I Charleston, S. C. announce Gordon, Ga., for the holidays Claude Waters. Cheryl holidays. the three kings were Tommy Immediate mailing of late SEAL)
Everyone joined in Charles
held last Thursday night at; the birth of a daughter, Jam with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. North returned home after a with Mrs. Joyce carol Futch singing Etfand, Frank Patterson, and! cards and letters is asked, ifthey're XOTICE TO DEUED Clerk of A.the Darby.Circuit Court
I Maria, Nov. Frank Wellhausen.Mrs. two-weeks visit with her expected to arrive at; In
the Civic Club. The county 19. Mrs. Uselton leading, and Mrs. Tom and Billy Rhoden, Donna Circuit Court. Bradford Hy Janet N. Carter. D f12'IJ ,
I is Hcmer grandparents.Mrs. Caseyat their'destination (Count-, Florida i In Chaucer-
a niece of John Thomas before .
has donated approximately: North. spent the piano. The coun'twas Faye Crawford was MaryjTimmy : tiabe A Q. 13-319: 4t: I 2
: i room
$150 towards materials for 1 Mr.: and Mrs. Joe Shafer of j Tuesday through Thursday D. F. Griffin and new won by the 3rd grade. Eiland was Joseph. Christmas day.PERSONALS I

visiting her mother, Mrs. W baby. Tommy Lynn, returned:I Refreshments were served in Principal Charles E. Francis ,
to their home last Tuesday I! Mr. and Mrs. Irving Young
the cafeteria after adjourn- sixth grade, and Mrs. AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE
r- from Orange Park Hospital.Mrs. ment. Peggy Kisers fifth grade pre have started construction of

r'1//1 r Mary Mosley was a .patient CHURCH ACTIVITIESThe sented several numbers in a new house on farm property 964-2600

in Ed Fraser Hospital at chorus. Mrs. east of Hampton. Their new-
I ; Baptist WMU will havea Nancy Harden's DeWitt C. Jones
i Macclenny from home is located between the Funeral Home
Thursday until Christmas third'and fourth
party at the grades, Mrs.
: L L ; A Saturday.Mr. church Tuesday night. Insteadof Lavora Spradley's second Truby Slade and Frank DeWrtt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
Thomas homes.
a and Mrs. Bob Mcdiingand exchanging gifts. as has grade, and Mrs. Susan Lloyd's
j ; > = : sons enjoyed the DuPont been the custom, each one first grade sang carols and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dover of Starke, Fla.
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1d 'z-; Christmas Party held in will take a toy to be given to Christmas songs during the North Carolina are visiting RENTAL SERVICES
jl j Starke Saturday. needy children. program. .I here this week with Mr. and

:l I t. ; __ I7r I. Mrs.: Dora Byrd and Mrs. The Northside Baptist Classroom parties: will beheld Mrs. M. L. Watterson. I Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches

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Ruby Green were visitors of Church invites everyone to attend Friday afternoon, the I Sunday visitors at the home : ----------.----,
fl I l e4 Mrs. Mary Mosey! and Mrs. the Christmas program last day of school before the of Mrs. Ina Knight were Mr
: Claude Green last Monday. I and Mrs. Carl Wilson .
two weeks
tonight [Thursday at 8 p. m.. vacation. Studentsreturn and.
i Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Dietz and the Watch Night Service to classes Monday, Jan. I family of Heilbronn. Mr. and t I fi That's Our Business

and children have recently Tuesday, Dec. 31, starting at Mrs. B. L. Barnes and familyof U Ila U
I ; purchased the Dan Meek's 7:30 p. m. There will be singing 5.HOLIDAY BAKING I Lawtey, and Kirby Green "If It's Glass We Have It"

: house on McClellend Road. At ? by several groups of sing- 1 Miss Dorothy Ross, county and son of Gainesville.Mr. # CALL WRITE or VISIT
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: i1. 1' present they are living in a ers and good speaking at the Home Demonstration agent, and Mrs. Bernie Grail tit FOR ANY CLASS NEEDSHEA'S

Jf trailer until remodeling of the Watch Night service. Refresh-, demonstrated recipes for holiday of Amsterdam, N. Y. were
If h house: is completed.Mrs. mtMs t will be served about baking to the Hampton Sunday visitors at the home JW GLASS CO.

)i = Joe Lucas and Mn 10:30.: The New Year's mes- special project group at of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill I, I .

"'i. : : j11, I Avory Slads drove Mrs .,! sage will be brought from Hampton city hall on Thursday enroute to St. Petersburg to (NOT INC.)

I *- [ Slade's daughter. Dianne to 11:30: through midnight. Dec. 12. visit other relatives. I "Formerly Joe Peters Glass CA."
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\ ______ I i .__k '. '. : the Medical Center in Gainesville Grace Methodist: Church Eight were present for the Mrs. Dick Hinson and Mr. We Design Modern Store Fronts

.. I I for examination Mon- School. 9:45: a. m. Worship, li meeting and discussion of and Mrs. Noegel drove to Just Mail Us A Pattern For

I. :_ day.Mr. a. m. MYF, 6:30: p. m. Evening holiday ideas.CHURCH Fernandina Beach on Monday i I
Table
I and Mrs. Bob McClung's Service, 7:30 p. m. The usuai SIGN this week. Tops
I' 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone
FR2-435: ?
/ I car was broken into recently Christmas tree and program An outdoor sign erected at Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bate !

I while they were shopping at will be held Christmas eve at Hampton Christian Church and children of Orlando were

Pic and Sav Drugs in Jack. 7::m p. m. Everyone is invited. ,

; sonville. Quite a bit of merchandise -, First Baptist: Sunday = : -

!, was stolen at the School, 10 a. m. Worship. 11

I time.Mr. a. m. Training Union, 6:30: p. -AREA

and Mrs. Ed Harris and m. Evening Worship 7:30 p. BUSINESS$ DIRECTORY
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I' children and Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson m. Prayer Meeting each Wed-

of Jacksonville, were nesday, 7::30 p. m. YWA on
visiting Mrs. J. c. Nolan last Sunday afternoon at 3; Junior .

week. GA meets 2ndand 4th Mondays -

for a 'lerry Oiirlstafall year thru I Linda and Beverly Caldwell.] at 7:30 p. m. The Christ- AUTO SALES SERVICE, BEAUTY SCHOOL I FARM & INDUSTRIAL MUSIC SUPPLIES
daughters mas program will be presented
of Mr. and Mrs.! I
Clifton Caldwell are confined Friday. Dec. 20. at 7:30 p. m. Learn Complete Beauty Culture Gridley Music

Give Better Electrically..right straight down your list, and to home with chicken pox. Everyone welcome. LINCOLN MERCURY Girls] Women lien Central Tractor Co.
I Co. Inc.
1' everyone will be glad you did! You're giving convenience, efficienCy Mrs. John Lloyd has been PERSONALSMr. COMET FIAT METCOR Tuition Budgeted -
I Authorized Sales-Service-- FGRD TRACTORS
easier living when you give electric gifts.They're "helping confined to her home for the and Mrs. Richard Ches- FREE PJ.ACEMENT: Ford CENTRAL KXRIDA'S

: hands" the year-round. .to make work lighter and entertaining past Rev.few Williams days with a. virus. ser with, who Mrs.have Chesser's been residing grand- Parts Special Brush-Up Courses I Agricultural Farming-Implements Industrial Complete Music\ Store

brighter.And you'll be remembered gratefully: whenever they're used. and familywere Pianos by Baldwin, I
Storey
Trained l\Iechar.Jcs-Good\
last Sunday guests of mother, Mrs. H. A. Harley, Central Hairstyling Complete Service & farts Dept.. Clark
,
: ". Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish have moved to Fairbanks. Mr. Used Cars Good Used Equipment Henry L. Miller
I' THE "NEW LOOK" IN GIFTS IS ELECTRIC College Fisehek
and family. Chesser is employed. in. Gain- 4488 N. W. 6th. Gainesville
I : See these and many more at your favorite store -\ Those attending the Baldwinvs. esville. Barkley Motors 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville PHONE 376-5430 Organs by Baldwin & ConnGibsoa

Bed Coverings Fry Pans Rotisseries '. .. Macclenny game that was Mrs. Louie Lee Wainwrightof 376-4105 & Gretch Guitars-
615 N. Main. Gainesville
Blenders Hair Dryers Sandwich Grills ., held Friday night at Baldwin Tallahassee spent Saturdayand GARDEN SUPPLIES Amplifiers
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Broilers Heating Pads Shavers were: Mrs. Joe Lucas Susan, Sunday with Mr. and 1004 N. Main
Can Openers Juice Extractors Shoe Polishers! Gainesville
Shopping Center
Carving Knives Knife Sharpeners Toasters Peggy and Gary Lucas and Mrs. H. C. Wainwright. B & G Motors Co. BUILDING SUPPLIES Johnson & Paris Inc. --.- .
Casseroles Lamps Toothbrushes I Michael and Cliff Slade. Also, Friends of Miss Elithe Collins ,
Clocks (Table & Floor) Vacuum Cleaners $1 3bt$ Helen and Claude North and a former school teacherin Complete Line of MOVER

Coffee Makers Mas:; Corn Poppers Meat Grinders -and for that very .3 and Mrs. John Parker School, will regret to learn F-85-fflLLMAN Security Transfer

Deep Fat Fryers Power Tools special gift: visited Mrs. Mary Mosley in that she passed away in -. Supply Center
Food Mixers Radio, Hi.Fi. TV ALL-ELECTRIC Insecticides Pet Supplies"We &
i'. KITCHENCET THIS 32 PAGE FREE BOOK Ed Fraser Hospital on Friday Gainesville hospital Saturday Sales and Service Storage, Inc.
A LET at electrical! appliance stores.* LUMBER Rent
night.
Fertilizer
I Spreader
I "A Treasury of Christmas Ideas Mr. and Mrs. Ernest B. 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 S BUILDING SUPPLIES AGENTS FOR
.7Leej 7 nounce the
arrival of a son, PHONE 876-7515
..AND GIVJN. TOO H03Jitallast Thursday. Ernest Biggs on Friday, Dec. No. Main and Z3rd Boulevard L PHONE S72aiT6Gainesville Inc.

FLORIDA POWER &: LIGHT COMPANY Miss Patty Parrish remained 13. Mrs. Mae Wells is the PHONE 372-4361 Fla. Local & Long Distance Movtnf

IItIPINO aUllD FLORIDA at Jacksonville University paternal grandmother. I Crane Motor Co. Gainesville p CrnrSng-Storage Pacldnj

:: : > = -- last weekend to take part I 11.. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Harley INSULATIONROOFINGAll Phone 376-2666

,.. of Lewittown, Pa. arrived LARK ANGLIA- 1040 So. Main Gainesville

Saturday to spend the winter,I ENGLISH FORD CEMENT American

RAMBLER with Mr. Harley's mother, LINTELS WINDOW SILLS: !NEON SIGNS

In one beautiful CLASSIC 6 or V.8 package- Mrs.Karen A. H.and Harley. MERCEDES BF."iZVOLVO STEPPING STONES"If Insulation & RoofingCO.
Sandy Reddishof
Authorized Sales & Service It's Cement We Cast If Jeffcoat
High Springs, spent the CO.
weekend with their grandmother "Complete Service for All Cement Roofs Shingles Neon Signs

Mrs. Rembert Carra- Makes Precast or Built-Up NEON PLASTIC PAINTED
... dine, and Mr. Carradine.Mr. Products Neon Designing Neon
Repair
and Mrs. George Atkin- 506 E. University Ave. 2033 N. E. 27th Ave. Gainesville j Roof Cleaning: & Repairs Erecting Maintenance\

son of Jacksonville were visit- PHONE" S72-434S PHONE 873-0933 Fiberglass Insulation 1611 S. Main Gainesville

ing Mr. and Mrs. John C. Tye Blown or Batt Phone Day 872-0302

and family Sunday. Gainesville, Fla. CONCRETE PRODUCTS: Contractor or Retail Nlte 372-8897

e J Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Jordan DAY or NTTB .........
will leave Friday to visit over OFFICE EQUIPMENT
INSIST
.,_.. .. THAT ALL YOUR PHONE 376-4236 '
.i. .T'i :. Christmas with his parents in DODGEDARTDODGE CONCRETE
'i :: : Warren Pa. PRODUCTSARE 2314 N.E. 19th Dr. Gainesville!
Parker'sGainesville's
.. ..... TRUCKS THE BEST FROM ---,
Mrs. R. L. Bradley and Mrs.
SDur eon Massey and childrenvisited SalesPartsServiceUSED Edwards Building LADIES WEAR I Most Coranlet- Office .
Equipment
& Uuhl8
their aunt
Mrs. Lester
in CARS TOO Supply Inc. Store.
Crews Baldwin Sunday. Cherry'sGainesville's

Weekend guests of Mr. and Poole-Gable 726 S. Main-372-4844 Complete Office Planning
Motors
'i r : : "'it- : :':' '"'" Mrs. H. M. Manning were Gainesville Fla. Moat Fashionabla I I Underwood Products

their son-in-law and daughter 601 W. University Ave.
119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville Address For Ladles
Mr. and Mrs. Frank In- I I Gainesville 372-2553
DItESSESSUITSCOATSMATERNiTY
gram and children of Dade' PHONE 372-4343 ELECTRIC :MOTORS -r

L k. : . City and Mr. Manning's WEABACCESSORIES PAINTS
New Rambler Classic 770 hardtop one of t.- -
brother
and sister-in-law Electric
q
of
Motor
24 models in.3 eioting'64_Rambler Series: t Daytona Beach. AUTO SALVAGE Harper Paint Co.
American. _Classic 6 or V-8 105 W. University, Galnesvi&i
.. Ambassador V-8 Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish Repair Co. I We Stock

: spent Saturday to Sunday :Paul's Auto SalvageWe OF GAINESVILLE, U ci. MONUMENTS : WALLPAPERSARMSTRONG
No. with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Pens : SMITH AND
1 in
compact car safes-Rambler leads COMPLETE ELECTRIC
because Rambler in Tallahassee. I
listens Mrs. Pons and Buy Wrecked Cars At DUTCH BOY PAINTS
Gainesville
children returned with them MOTOR Granite I Painter's Suppflea

Mrs. Ruth Barthlow and TOP PRICES SALES AND SERVICE & Marble I 10 S. W. 7th StreetGainesville

new excitement... big footer room..standout performance value features Mrs. Ray Nugen and Ruth of All Makes & Models Used "Distributor of Works .
.. Middleburg were visiting Mrs. CEMETERY MONUMENTS I
I':,'. .... Parts New Lfaroln ,fothrs"PHONE
"
'VS' Mae Wells and Mrs. A. H. I & 3IARKERS PHOTO SHOP

:: r -. *' %f fCtT Harley Sunday afternoon. ,Teletype Service-We wHl find 1030 S. Main,572-8318 Gainesville Lettering & Cleaning -Fuller's

any part for you.. Domestic & Industrial Marble Foto, Inc.

!! $1 Phone 376-4512 & Granite Central Florida's Finest

Eaterbro Cartridge and 1301 S. Main Gainesville!FLOOR COVERING Coffee Tables Counters Selection of *
I PouUin Pens SLSS $195 1! New & Used Cameras I
Fireplaces2135S.E.4thSt.
835
t Th' TELEGRAPH.OTICE : .
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Automatic Transmissions I Photographic Equipment ft
Central Florida Tile 'I Supplies

GET __ > TMIEH FICTITIOUS: Gainesville $76-6151 Blanc & White
STBETCH-OUT ROOfJUNESS I Solid comfort SNAFPY 6 X1S1K LAW ONE DAY SERVICEALL Finishing
V-8
for 6 big adults. Yet the Rambler Classic famed r and PERFORMANCE plus CET EXTRA VALUES atnoextracost,including XOTICE IS IIERBBr GIVEN & Marble Co. In Before Noon-Out at 5
6 or V-8 is trim outside for handling. economy plenty of go for safe Deep-Dip rustproofing Doubl! -SafetJ that the undersigned desiring 1AKESP.EPAIR.A. 619 W. University Gainesville
easy Choice MotorcyclesScootersStreit's
pssln of Classic 6 to
or V-8. I Brakes, Advanced Unit Construction. ,engage in business at Law- CARPETS BY
tejr
Florida tinder the name EXCHANGE I
r of BRADFORD COUNTY FURNITURE Lee's, Monarch Loomweave, TYPEWRITERS
.I AND EXCHANGE in- Gator AutomaticTransmission Dowas Bicycle Shop

tend with to the register Clerk of the the said Circuit nam Boom Size-Wall to WaD Cnshman & Vespa Scooters' J Hancock 1 Typewriter

: : Court of Bradford County Flo- I Service Installation Docati USA-Zondapp
DODD'S AUTO SALES rida.. I I55 Armstrong and Kentfle EXCHANGEClary
528 S. Walnut Talmadge J. :Sharpe Motorcycles-Sales & Service
St. ma
Starke, Florida S/S William- Tomlinaop, Jr Floor Coverings SCHWEVN BICYCLES Victor Totalla
/: Qre(' J, Green & .
-1 : .Grt'en.4.ltorneT5. Adding Machine
Watch COMPLETE Calculators
the Danny Show LINES OF Locksmith
Kaye on CBS-TV at Law & Safe Work
Wednesday evenings, 10 P. M, Channel 4 JOS N. Temple Ave I 19.SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.) TILES MARBLE SALESSERVICE- RENTALS
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east and Central Florida; the man all right because he also'Methodist Church Christmas program. nursery by the Church Choir Sunday Sunday School],..1 Morning Worship.i 11 a. m

figure is about 25 per cent. told me he used to race bare- provided 7:30 p. m. !I Schedule of Sunday ser- 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, i Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Y.

.There is approximately 2,200 back mules down Walnut Calendar for the week: i vices: Worship 11 a. m. and 11 a. m. Youth Fellowship, I.I PE each Wednesday 7:30: p.
WITH COUNTY acres of Christmas trees com- Street in Starke before it was Friday. Dec. 20Children's FIRST BAPTIST 7:30 p. m. Sunday School. 5:30: p. m. Christmas cantata, I: m. Prayer Meeting Friday,
mercially grown in Florida. paved. Oh, the mules didn't Department "Everlasting Joy" 7:30 I 7:30: p.m. L. S. William
Christmas tree I CHURCH, STARKE 9:45: a. m. Training Union. p. m.
YOUR n h' : iY4 AGENT BELIEVE IT OR NOT, but ,have a bridle either! and program in Fellowship I 6:15 p. m. Prayer Meeting Caroling, 8:30 p. m. pastor.
Jack Andrews, who lives at I REMEMBER NEXT WEDNESDAY Hall. W. A. Hogan, Pastor I
A omitted Wednesday, Dec. 25. Thursday Senior Choir
Lawtey, told it to me last Fri- is the most significant I LONG BRIDGE
9L I. Sunday. Dec. 22 Church Sermons for Sunday, Dec. I Family prayer urged at hone practice, 7 p. m.CnUKCII COMMUNITY CHURCH
(day. Jack, a professional horse I iII I I. birthday on record. If we I :
School 9:45: a. m. Morning 22; Morning, "The Wisdom of -W. A. Hogan, pastor: I
trainer, has his time fill- i could not observe Wednes-
1 spare {i next i I! Sunday School, 10 a. in. (
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I ed with requests. I didn't know .day, we would not nave had the Worship, 11 a. m. Snack Sup-I. The Wise Men Matt. 2:1-2 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN OF GOD Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
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he was good enough to train a I promise that CHRIST came per for MYF. p. m. Youth Evening "Sing Noel A can- H. Walton Grady, Minister I Evening Service:, 7 p. m.-- I

: r horse efficiently enough that!that' we might have a more a-I Meetings, 6:30: p. m. White'i tata by Jeanne Shaffer, sung I Week of Dec. 22-28: Sunday School. 10 am ;I Wilford McCormick pastor

I. the horse would respond to the bundant life. We surely ought I OM. .._'P< "". '._... ,_ _. ...... .zMen's- ___..... __ ,_. .. ;{
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directional movement of his Ito I remember that a more 1/7f
< < hand as he held onto the horn abundant life does not""mean
of the saddle. I thought he'
I just having automobiles, boats:]
I Worth'sRobbins Store
was referring to horses that
and televisions. i
ByGeorge only had extra eyes in the backof :
T.Huggins. the ears.Jack says NO extra I In remembering the real

eyes are needed and challenged meaning of Christmas, may it: \

I ., ---.. a.r. .... me to now.go watch one he is trilling -(you.be a joyous day for each of,I II II THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SAVE ON YOUR HOLIDAY PURCHASES. .

., BRADFORD COUNTY CAT- Secondary items on the menu Well he is a long-time horse- I -

TLEMEN really got down to f were tossed salad cole slaw, ,
business at their meeting held I[baked beans, young green on- AFTER 19 YEARS WE% ARE ,

last Saturday night in the Fair I ions, bread, coffee and Cokes.
building. Dessert was more barbecue, if
1
I The first item of business for you could eat it.
the 40 men attending was to I Next item of business was PRICE If

6at their fill of barbecued beef. I,the business meeting. President tip 7 I P 17 tt.YC'cL &

Tender, flavored Bradford Pat Miller, having served r SLASHED oit4 .1u

County beef grown by Maurice three of four terms, turned the 1. l1jJ.UJ11 UJ'qess Afll r "
Edwards Jr., and J. R. Wain- gavel over to new President 1

wright. Barbecuing was done Maurice Edwards Jr. Lucian : AGAIN!

by our specialist, Billy Noegel. Conner gave up the position of I
Wherein the Christmas Holi- put down the rugs and place II
State Director to J. D. Odom. [
days are here and I sing at the the furniture right. I am so]i I
Twenty names were added to I
As- wedding. I decorate my house j!happy they have a new linoleum -I Ii
the list. The
HI-SPEED :sociation membership is planning to launcha and think of the New Year and I down in the kitchen and i ., QUANTITY IS LIMITED-BUT GOOD SELECTIONS STILL AVAILABLE AT THE LOWEST ,;

livestock improvement pro- perhaps a new life. I getting the living new room lovely and drapes dining for PRICES EVER OFFERED IN STARKE. WE MUST DISPOSE OF THIS MERCHANDISE NOW,

I.x RECAP gram that will definitely boost And when he fell in whirl- II III
r V income to the cattlemen and. wind, he went down room. I TIME IS RUNNING OUT.
Firestone 'of' will Last evening I practiced the
course, this favorably As when cedar,
a lordly
Iii : f "500" affect the economy of our green with boughs, the three wedding.songs I We plan will to have sing re-at 1


((1 PremiumRubber ,NESS county CHRISTMAS is pretty big TREE business.BUSI-In And Goes shout leaves down upon a lonesome the with hills a,great place,hearsel cited. My the sister 19th. and I am husbandare all ex- Guaranteed Savings Up To 68%

addition to the number of the coming up to stay over-
against sky.Edwin
Lifetime trees that we cut from the Markham.The night and attend the weddingof
Ohl'' 'woods ourselves, there are over April, Dec. 20. :
guarantee I 200,000 acres devoted to pro- above fmes were written HELPFUL HINTS. Use wallpaper -.iIJ- \

ducing Christmas trees. after Abraham Lincoln was to wrap those large Xmas I 'i"\i..Sf_ : .; I.
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600x13: 7.95 More than 40 million trees killed. It fits the terrible packages. It is cheaper anc : {
looks very nice. No ribbon, just
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thing that happened to our well "
are purchased each and it
650i1395 year
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use scotch tape to secure. To LADIES FAMOUS LABEL .
....-- -- --.-- is easy to estimate that this loved President. The whole I
make the address label water- I "''
750x14 7.95. amounts to well over 50 million world was grieved. Emil in the :
proff, rub over the ink address
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Philippines wrote that nation ;
800x14 dollars. /
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8.95lG70x15 with a candle. The ink cannot I
lowered their flags and mourned ,
Our native red cedar, the Better Dresses

...... '.- 7.95 fifth most popular tree in the I as we also mourned. But I be smeared. sometimes cover: I
with
scotch
760x15 9.95 ,nation, is becoming more popu- am so happy in our new President -i tape. J
lar each year. Out in several and I feel that 1964 will BREAD CRUMB P A N- Arnels -- Cottons -- Dacron Polyester -- Blends

s20xf510.95.. .., be the best in every way CAKES. Crumble 4 slices of OPEN !
-_. ,west Florida counties, a recent I :year II AT JuniorsMisses Half SizesFRI.
bread. Add 1 -
survey was made, and found that we have ever seen. We % cups of butter-
Exch. Plus Tax that between 85 and 90 can all pray for him and stand milk. COMBINE 1 teaspoon so- .

Whitewalls 1.00 extraTOM'S cent of the people still cut their per back of him. I da, 2 tablespoons flour, and add REC. VALUES 19 $$14.98 flAMON.

own trees. Cedar grows mighty -I We have snow on the ground to first mixture; then stir in U
SHELL well out there and I imaginea I and a cold wind is blowing. At j'one egg and 2 tablespoons oi :

high percentage was red ced-i this moment the sun is shining melted fat. Drop by tablespoons:'
ar. feebly. Winter has really struck I on lightly greased griddle. Fry I Great Variety g.

435 E. Madison ; In all of west Florida the :our state. I do not mind so j'brown. A bit of sugar may be: .

Phone 964-8551 ,average number who individually -j much, only I have not been go- added and they will be delicate;: DEC. To Choose From
j cut Christmas trees is I ing on such long walks. I brown. Good with bacon and I
about 40 per cent. In North- I miss them. "syrup or honey. i

I I, Last week at one farm housea So the days march on. I am 20, S' $ $

mile down the road, which I happy these days againsitting -:

pass every day, was a sad on the top of the world. 1'!'. 21, ji AND so .

place. Mrs. Midkiff died sud- still teach my high school class,! .
in Sunday School. We
FLORIDATHEATRE had a
denly. She was widow and "
(revival and six of
so very lonely. She had beena my class'.
were baptized last :
NTtL.
widow for 20 years. She Sunday. I I..
told me not to do as she had had 19 here at my home Sunday -!i'' Get Your Share Of Theses .

done evening to see my colored'
grieve and get a con-
-- stant heartache. More than slides. I told them of the Holy r.. ar. Before It's Too Late!

-- once she told me, to get going Land trip and around the world. : SORRY,

and go to Emil if I loved him I Merry Christmas to all anda :. NO
Happy New Year! j FOR YOUR
and he loved She said
me. no
God Bless .", LAYAWAYS-
You
OPENING TIME matter what anyone says. Ha! Every one. j( III
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY So Emil Is not waiting for me -MOTHER LURA i ift CONVENIENCE 81 II NO

to come to the Philippines, he
6:45 P. M.
is coming to San Francisco, EXCHANGES
SATURDAY 1:00 SUNDAY 2:00
and I am to go to him there iThGILL'S

and marry and make a home. To help buy .. girl charta i.
Whoopee! So when he arrivesin happy and nuuxsaful life, _.
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FRI. SAT. .. Frisco he will telephone me. i BATH ROBESA w.
DECEMBER 20, 21 &To help bnng pea,.,of mInd ;

.: Double Feature He was visa getting and ticket his lined passportand up toa dear one unralv troubled I LOVELY CHRISTMAS GIFT f; ENTIRE STOCK OF LADIES SWEATERSPrices

Program and & To delight tho awl of oo
.. hoped to fly the 15th. So And Look At These Prices
who loves the Bible but bu
we both are all excited.
NO. l never owned AO Oxford: Slashed To The Bone
NO.2 Life takes on new meaningand FLANNELS

I feel it will be so much I CORDOROY $$134 $$344: BANLON Hfet 74 ( ri 64
w ss |fun to start housekeeping Jive an Ii IiI $

11fAf IF AANSWERS MAN {again. Ha! He has a song he QUILTED BULKIES 7

is goin to sing to me when he I NYLON Sizes 3 To 14
II LlJFFl IP1'I,3G"ISrld gets a chance. He is about the &ifrmt.1JilJle SLIP-OVERS TO *

: happiest man in all the world. ,i \ _:'_ : _:. ._ _, _!:'-.'+-- '. ': : 'J; '.--='.; CARDIGANS
u He is coming to the United sl a.Clfl BIbt..s1m I
j States and he hopes to a new

his life song.and opportunity."GOD KNOWS"Here is is I Your tditiant buokstart for, your hat many fin* j I Ir SAVE UP TO 112

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sera- I T 'a U FOR YOURSELF OR ClETBOY'S
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,. tl God knows,. how much I love j\.. ONGIRLS' i

'J And BOBBY DARIEN you j
God knows how much I care jI
CAR COATS
for you. I BULLIffGTON'SSTUDIO I r
Ever since the day we've .
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met, I fell in love with you. I & GIFT SHOP : .4. :::
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.'I' SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY I'll know always pray for you. a : PRICES SLASHED ON GIRL'S DRESSES-OUT THEY GO1.54! TO $2.841 !

God knows how much I need
DECEMBER 22, 23, 24 you,

Double Feature Program Tm through.yours for whole life (GIRL'S ANKLETS (MEN'S Small-Medium-Large]

I know that some day the FLANNEL SHIRTS - $1.64OY'S

.. NO.l NO.2 Lord will guide me; .' Cotton-Nylon Stretch SUITSSOLIDS

For he knows how much I
t
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care, how much I love -7
i you. Charley
I kCokylsp! QkyJ So with the Christmas bell ::4:' 22CSAVE 84. FLANNEL SHIRTS $1.54

5 : still ringing in my ears, I may I PLAIDS 5
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: ( '-1\.. \: 'Open .,.- -.. be going to hear Emil sing this i SIZES /' ',',. '. -- -.. .:' :--,: -" -:,-="
i God bless him. I
song.
the JI pray
,..: 4 TO 18
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Johnsabout
,I door much also.I This Is It -- Final Slash
,, put some bread crumbs on UP TO 68%
to,,,
!a bare spot outside the window this question: ,

Ms wife... i where I sit and a whole covey MEN'SSUITS ALL LADIES SHOES
his jof pretty speckled birds are I"We were mighty glad to LADIES BRAS
AND SPORT COATSWHILE
daughter I eating. There! something :|have your Homeowners

I 'scared them away. It was so Policy! when AND GIRDLES 74
..their Ii our luggage,
i dry here this fall and late summer MUST
Inert !'camera, and sports equip- THEY
that even the sparrows LINGERIE AND $$1084
left. Now there is a sparrow :ment were stolen on our LAST ONLYMEN'S $
i :looking at the crumbs. '' GO
I Ii :trip. Did this policy, which SLEEPWEAR *
i Yesterday April my granddaughter i''includes
theft at home and
,
y : -. I came over and got
... me. I went with her over to':away from home, cost:1:.1, SLIPS GOWNS Slacks NOWCHILDREN'S

her home and we put up curtains -'about 20% less than the PAJAMAS SWEATERSLambs
tlnr( at. in two bedrooms and the': $2.84 to $4.44MEN'S
rf
r>F KHWM 'MADIAI Fee ,separate policies?" .
i" kitchen. I think I told you I SOLVE ALL YOUR Wool
MATHEWS' GRAY
I *. a ?ere eteM got them a new solid maple PullOversCardigans-
I Charley E. Johns j SHOES

HOUSTON BROUSSE bed with new striped sheets I Agency TO
Zipper Styles Work Pants FROM $1.50
3.84
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.ntL w he.I a,awa( .Int.LaoWUU + land pillow cases, and a quilt I II THESE LOW,
;* aseep* *MUMI ma LIW reol goon 4t :had made and quilted. It was PHONE 964-0121 to
f .
LOW PRICES J84 $584 .
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I I has a commissioned out to greet him. see a nine-year-old boy who 3 600 children had come for our Asked what kind of problems too many questions if you stay

I Santa: Claus helper with 20 As a badge of merit he got was bed ridden with polio. CCLt ihow-a kiddie show I was Santa might encounter on his too long. They want to know

years experience helping Santa his own suit in 1954. "Those "The boy's father approached doing at that time for radio. yearly rounds, out came an if your beard is real, if you're

f get Christmas messages from helper outfits can get expen- me when I was appearingat "There I was in front of all answer warm to the hearts of real, and just about anythingyou
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t all over the world. sive. A good beard can cost a theatre and told me about those kids, and my pants fell Santa's Florida representatives. can think of. You always

With ruddy cheeks and pro- $30," McIntosh said. Helper:McIntosh the boy. I made a special trip down. have to have an answer.

J portions to fit-City Pollee Dis- has represented Santaat out to his house. The boy was II 12 "I had springs attached to "Hot weather is the biggest "I always tell the kids that

I patcher Tillman McIntosh be- drive-in theatres, for merchants so happy he cried. It made me b'tfj 1 gin. ., my pants legs and then attached problem. With a fur suit ar.i I'm just Santa's Helper. The

gan his Santa Claus service in for clubs, at churches, ,feel real good to make a childso to my garters so that a beard, things can get mightyhot real Santa Claus comes all over

I 1945, right here. for Chambers of Commerce, and happy," Helper McIntosh my pants would spring up and especially inside buildings.That the world on Christmas Eve.

Santa Helper McIntosh has even at private parties. said. down when I jumped. beard can really make you That's his secret as to how he

appeared to represent Santa He's also put in special per- Sometimes though, things ls. "The springs broke, and down perspire," Helper Mcintosh does it. Not even the Helpers

Claus every year: since then, sonal appearances. "The most turn out funny, or even em- came my pants. All the kids said. know..

including a real big entrance heartwarming thing that ever barrassing for Santa's Helper. saw Santa attired in dungarees. Some advice to future San- Why does Helper :McIntosh

once at Langley AFB in Vir- happened to me as Santa's "Like the time I was appear It brought the house ta's Helpers-"Get in and out like his job? "I like making

ginia where 2. OO kids turned Helper was when I went to ing on radio in Virginia. Over down," Helper McIntosh said. as quick as you can. Kids ask children happy," he said.

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VOLUME EIGHTY-FIVE STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY, DEC. 26 1963 NUMBER TWENTY-SIX



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Tornado gridders received Countians apparently To Promote invention
major awards from
r9 are not afraid of
their
coaches Thursday night r
reports linking cigarette -
numerous
Dep. 19, at the Football Banquet -
smoking with lung can-
sponsored by the Quarterback cer and other ailments. What may some day develop "*' ;< ,
; Club in the Bradford '. !x.",. 1; :
into a new industry for Stark? ,"" ..
of, ." "'- ','"
High cafeteria The 12.000-plus residents :"'
1 is embodied in an ingenious !iI)!" '"
AllConferencetackle the county smoked some 1-
: Milo '
4i device that translates a flat ,.
Maruca received the .Sportsmanship I 796.000 packs of cigarettes|'drawing into a three-dimen- _";' < '. r
Award, the highest I 'W ,
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during the Past year at a total sional, one. :

Honor' grtdd bestowed r: The upon a Tornado -*i I I These five Tornado gridders received awards at the annual Football Banquet spon- cost of $472.000 about The inventor is Frank Gase, ;;:> ; "
award is '
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donated each year by Dr. c.i sored by the Quarterback Club last Thursday night., From left to right: Fullback Tom $55 per year per smoker who: first started work on the' .'\!$ff. Y I < t I Ii! t,
The figures were obtained Idea in 1956. A corporation
J Houpt and was presented' Gardner and halfback Leonard Dugger, Most Valuable Back center Harold Bishop, Most ,..,. ,
to Maruca from a breakdown of regional his just been formed to give :;, .:., UI 14 1 I
this year by Line Valuable Lineman and Mike Maruca, Sports manship Award. Junior Jeff Warren, extreme I statistics recently released by him: the financial backing; . Coach John Manning
said he was -honored at being who right was the only junior to be (chosen on the Florida Star All-Conference team on which the tobacco industry The report necessary: to complete 12 ;.< t&1L9s TU !

chosen to make the presentation Bishop and Maruca were also selected."A showed some 210 packsof working models of the Pic-: ../ ;:;.: \ Jj ,
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." cigarettes consumed for turegraph, place them in the .' k
hands of industry for testing. ,. .! \ ,'',.j
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Awards also went to full- every local person over the ', ,: '

back Tom Gardner and half- age of ,14. and then go into production :t./>!'." ". ."
if the invention its .
proves .
,
\
.
back Leonard Dugger Most The average cigarette smoker -i". .
d WOl tho .ii',..:.;,"
Valuable Back; center Harold: C in ;Bradford County consuming ,A'" ox '. ,
Bishop, Most Valuable ,about: cent Incorporated under the, title, '" .',,", -,
Lineman seven per
...... -. Gase' ..;> ,
and to Bishop. Maruca I more than he did 10 years: Research. Inc., presidentof '\
the organization is T. H.
and junior guardlmeback'erand ,
ago, in spite of repeated re- .
defensive Slade, Starke' businessman. M.
signalcallerJeff pcrts linking cigarettes with
A. Payne is,vice president, T.
Warren for being ,chosenon frequency of lung cancer, and
L. Casey treasurer, and Mrs.
the Florida h
Star: All-Con- even heart disease..
Terence Lois Moore secretary. Directors -
Squad. x/ k'i + Net only in Bradford Coun-
Red football 7 in addition to these officers -
jackets were elsewhere the S.
presented to the 13 Tornadoeswho J ty, but U. are Ted Oglesby, H. P. < .'
i per capita consumption of cigarettes Morgan. A. J. Thomas Jr.. J. 'ft1
l lettered for the first time I Ia
is at an all-time high. and Gase who .
this year, as is the custom C. Sawyer, .
By way of comparison, the I owns 25 per cent of the stock, -..... __ ro
each
year. The jackets went to .
for the above-14 age ,
average the largest share.

seniors Waters,Henry and George Thornton Seeley Mike; b 4 group throughout the U. S.I Gase estimates there are Inventor Gase And Picturegraphbe I

was 201 packs annually, while 200,000 potential customers for I
juniors Joe Brown. Donald done by a draftsman by the Ellipsograph, and returned companied by Ted Oglesby,
Carter, Mike' Frick, Leon in Bradford County it was his invention in the U. S. with hand but '
the in
saving time by j Akron, Ohio in 1950 to explore shop instructor at BHS. Payne
Thomas, Phil Elder, Robert \ 210. The average in the South the aircraft and automotive use of the machine is terrific. i\ its possibilities in in- '! returned and the two men

Nelson, and Eddie Noegel., and ___ j.n j. Atlantic States, as a whole,, industries among its chief Gase estimates that a drawing I dustry. He returned to Starke } were convinced the device hada

sophomores Mickey Agner, was 182 packs. prospective USTS. The Picture- that would require only three in 1951 and two years later I great future if properly pro

Dwight Elder and Eddie Douglas 1rL Cigarette smokers in the en- graph will sell at a price now hours on the Picturegraph bought property on W. Brown moted.

r V entire U. S spent; close to $7 1 estimated at from $1,200 to would take a draftsman atl I II lee St. [Highway 161], in part- Mr. Payne became the key

Over 20 gridders received 'k14 billion in that direction last $1,500 and will be availabla least 12 hours to complete.In I I nership with Harold Ander- man who drew up the articlesof

silver footballs for not missing f year, the report showed. on a lease-purchase type of addition to the saving in i son, and opened a repair shop incorporation, organized

i a day's practice all season contract. time, the three-dimensional, This operation continrsd un the group for financing and

long. Center Harold Bishop, a L.." a r Until seen in actual opera- drawing is a big factor in i til 1957 when Mr. Gase wentto brought the invention and his

member of this group also, 250 Youngsters tion, it is difficult for the lay- eliminating costly errors due I Albuquerque, N. M., where backers together.

missed only one day of prac- Instructor Gardner And Students Enjoy Party man to grasp just what the to misinterpretation of flat I! he was employed as a tool Eleven interested people were

I tice in three seasons, and that Picturegraph is capable of do- drawings, Gase points out.I i room machinist for five years invited to the first meeting

day the coach sent him home. Auto Mechanics Course Is Step Toward BHS Given By JayceesSanta ing. Briefly, this is it. "When you look at a three- i i He returned to Starke last! where the Picturegraph was

Both Dugger and Gardner An orthographic drawing L" dimensional and can see what i iI I August, and had been here demonstrated. Research information

i received trophies for Most Claus rode in a big one which shows either top, I the finished product actually 1 only a short time when he correspondence,

Valuable Back this year because : Vocational Education red fire engine to greet ove* side, or end views of an object looks like, it is much easier to I received word that a patent and market survey reports

Coach David Hurse said Program, Casey Says 250 youngsters at the annual j in flat dimensions. A figure out how each part fits i had been assured on the were reviewed

The coaches simply weren't Jaycees Children's Christmas water glass from the top view into the overall scheme," the Picturegraph, and would soon At subsequent meetings the
I able to make a choice." Both I morning in would look like a circle. From inventor
Party Saturday says. be granted. financial decision
step forward toward the The state requires the individual in repair of passenger automobiles I necessary
players were praised by Hurse I the Fellowship Hall of the the side view it would look Gase first came to Starke in Soon after Case's return and agreements were discussed
institution of vocational-, school to provide class- and light delivery
i a I
who works with the backs. First Methodist Church. somewhat like a tapered 1949 when his parents, the from New Mexico, a friend of along with a last minute
education was Principal for the i trucks, including engines
program room space courses i .
for playing while hampered by Tom Casey's summation'of '. and equipment with which the i| transmissions. clutches, car The children gathered at I rectangle. When the stylus at late George and Ida Gase pur- long standing Marion A survey of the market potentials
injuries. Both Gardner an1 the hall and heard Christmas one end of the Picturegraphtraces chased what was once knownas Payne, of the Bradford County at this date to be sun
the new state financed I. students will work. Casey has i: buretors, ignition systems, I
Dugger injured their knees over the outlines of "the old Heenan William High School faculty, stopped that a market did exist.
mechanics course the at BHS chassis bodies and stories and sung carols before
automotive placed new course power operated -
and missed several games but the J Theatre these two "flat" views, a pen place" northeast of town. At I by for a visit and learned: After this, trips were mad
to
now being offered to Bradford in the school shop and pur-11 equipment"Along going Florida
Continued on Page 41] ,were.'treated to 40 at the other end of the device that time he was working on t of the patent on the PiCture- to demonstrate the Picture-
automobiles where
several they
i High School students. I chased with the Casey
l. course straight minutes of cartoons. converts the orthographicdrawings a less complex invention. call-, graph. Several days later, ae11r' graph to engineering depart.
Second semester the coursa from the Florida Development must also appoint a general into a three- -'I
Junior GolfTournament will operate in two three hour Commission.The advisory committee from var- After the movie they went dimensional, picture in whicha i ment personnel at the Univw1 -
1 Florida Tech
blocks, as required by the course was set up at ious business interests .in the back to the church to greet water glass looks like-a city and of other Georgia familiar,

State Department of Education BHS four weeks ago and is in community, as required by : Santa .and receive; gifts from water glass institutions\
with three dimensional drafting
with an enrollment of 40 operation now: in one hour I the state! department. The under a large Christmas tree There is nothing done by :

Starke Golf and .)Junior and senior students periods but will switch to th? ccmmittee will assist schoo Free cokes were donated and I the Picturegraph that couldn't Their reaction was 41)en-
(Continued
on Page
Teacher for the new course i three hour blocks n ext semester officials in guiding the .direction each child received a bag of i

Country Club Quincy Gardner Keystone I to comply with State of the course and see fruit as he left the party. '

Dec. 29, 30 Heights who has 15 years experience Department: regulations. that the areas studied are Toys were donated by the Junior Golf fi r 7L 6 Questioned

as a mechanic. I, According to Casey, one of consistent with the needs of Salvation Army, the EmployeesClub ,

Under an industrial education the b*st aspects of the pro- the county. cf DuPont, Mansell Ay-, TournamentStarts Nothing HewIn
program this automotive gram is that a school may offer ,
I Areas in which Bradford
Watch Night I, : ers, and the Starke Rotary
mechanics course and many as many of the courses as
offers vocational
High already Club. Sunday
others will be offered to Flori- I it can get approved by the courses are home economics, Lawtey Casei
ServiceEVERGREEN da schools and financed by state department since the and i ;I
vocational agriculture,
the state. Teachers under the units are not included among DCT. Casey terms the new'Winter's Coldest The Junior Club Championship -I! t i 1 i p D. Reddish Mid

.,. ,1. .. program can use experiencein the regular classroom teachers automotive mechanics course Tournament will be play-i, .z yesterday that there were no

Baptist Church their fields to qualify in I allotted by the state. as a "move toward a .-comprehensive Weather Sends ed at the Starke Golf & Country nrw v-f'opmrnt! in the Law-
lieu of a college degree and I that Club this Sunday and:, I
The principal says by high school which offers Mercury To 25 try affair! in which councll-
Tues., Dec. 31 ; will be paid the same wages the 1964-65 school term he vocational training, col- Monday, pro Homer Wood announced -' I man-elwt Robert Scott, a

Till .Midnight I as a regular classroom teacher hopes to be able to offer three lege preparatory courses, anda The coldest weather of the yesterday. Get Safe Driving Awards Negro, hat been subjected to
P.M.\
8:00
Casey says. But the teach- or four of the extra vocational general education for all season came last Thursdayand Eighteen contestants have Intimidation."It's .
ing unit is not included in the education units including one already entered as comparedwith Nine men of the Bradford-Union Fire Control Unit recHted "
students. Friday when the mercury ail quiet now, the
I ones the school regularly is in IBM training. Some area Bradford officials were assisted dipped to 25 degrees both only 10 last year. Wood Safe Driving Awards thia week for varying terms of ae- sheriff tid.and ',e're just
This Space Contributed alloted from its average daily schools offer metal work elec said. It will be a 36-hole
mornings. Friday morning. tident-free driving. waiting to see what comes of
.
attendance.To drafting courses in setting up the new tournament with 18 holes ..
tricity, or
Weekly to Publicize brought the most prolongedcold Those receiving the awards and the number of years each It.
teach under the programa which are subsidized by the course by E. A. Emmelhainz. I played Sunday and 18 Mon-
when the temperatures has had without an accident are (from left): Earl Dobbs He said the sheriffs department I
of the Vocational
Events person must have six years state. A major difficulty will area supervisor I
Community by experience in the field in be securing funds to provide Industrial Program for I stayed below freezing from 8 day.There will be two flightswith two years J. 0. Preratt Jr., County Ranger, IS yean; Joe I Is un providing\ protection I
to 10 hours. fer Scott, who won a seat
5 The CommunityState which he expects to teach and space and equipment for th? the State Department of Edu- winners and runnersupin Harley, one year; Kenneth Crawford one year; Jack W. t
be willing to take 20 hours of new courses, Casey says. cation. Emmelhainz was at Loss to early-b nmint each flight receiving tro- : 10 on the Lawtey council in the i
Pearre, one year; Fate Cribbs, one year, Edgar>; Douglass, Dec. 3 election and was sub !
I methods courses in education Technical definition of the I BHS for two days assisting strawberries and young fruit phies.
Bank yean; P.aymond'lorpn, two years; and A. V. Rboden, one sequently harassed with a I\
..- within five years after he begins automotive mechanics course Casey in organizing the new i ir was estimated at about 10 per Tee-cf time,is 1 p. m. Sun- t

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