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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 26, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELF.HRAPH: :

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'" HOME DEMONSTRATION friend was given a gift by her ; % .
II ". Keystone Heights voters putJ. in Thursday's election and
I CLUB HAS PARTY sister officer for whom she
H W. [Bill] Warren la office will be used in all future elec

; 1: The Keystone Heights served. as undisputed councilman and ;I tions. The Dec. 3 Cit.. ballot*
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Mrs. Ruth Ohlson was presented I
Home Demonstration Club of
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I, ; -- selected the northeast corner' were counted by hand.

', Clay Ccunty, under the leadership with a 50-year pin of City Park-away from Lawrence i The Library election ---(4.1'd i-

of Mrs. Margaret Nelson from her sister Edith Thom-I
Blvd cr Oriole-as the: ( off once before due to It 'I'

:'M, held its regular monthly quist. Ruth became an Eastern -, ?. new Library site. | dents protesting tlio at,' t ,'-
t meeting and Christmas c6ver- Star in Chicago 50 years I c .
last the
Voting
Thursday the coandl
on en by Ta\e un
ed dish luncheon on Dec. 18 ago. Dec. 17. She will later receive .._ _____________ = ,
I hff I : 1 Library and the runoff election -. dents a choice of four bit.-

I in.,the Clay Co-op bunding.I a 50 year certificate p- r for the third seat on the ; They chose the nOl thl'a-t:: cj -

Officers for the new year from the Gland Chapter. .. a City Council citizens ga/ : ner of City Park way fl.'

I 'were, installed in an impressive Members were pleased to Warren a five-vote margin t the main highway, v.in; a :

I ceremony as follows: .: Mrs. see Bernice and George fl2litIiI over Aithur F. Mannering. I plurality -rote. The nor:flw-
'.au and Carl and Estha '
...., E. c. Cuendet, president, un- Young, Wr I II Warren's tally was 98 and.Mannring's corner bordering Luwa-r,
Stringer back with us as they I
.... furled the blue" ray of th5 L_ ----a -- 93. I Bird received 69 votf T
re-
moved from Keystone
have
rainbow from the pot of gold; A recount of votes on Dec : southeast corner 'wh.. .

-Mrs.,Francis. Egan vice president cently. of Pictured ,at head table at Keystone Quarterback Club's first annual Award winning players (from left): Gary Cooper, best offensive! lint'- 12 shewed Warren and Man-! tennis courts lie totaled th: -
and girls
Gifts for boys
.jifol in charge of devotionals, children's home were banquet Saturday night are (from left): George LaRue, master of cereman; Mike I. worn, best defensive back; Elam Glisson best offensive! bark; nering tied for the third council -J \votes' and the City H.Jl c'

", unfurled the yellow ray; Mrs. a brought by the members and monies; Bill Smith president; Coach Gene Kllenson: ; Dick Lotorn director; Harold Snellen academic; Jim MeMurtry, most valuable player; and Bruce scat. Both had 109 votes ncr got 20 votes.Keystone .
N. T. Chab4 secretary:unfurledthe The original tally of Doc. 3-
placed under the Christmastree. and M. L. Beasley, \"iee president. Moon, best defensive lineman. ( voted 170 t.> 2)
violet ray; Mrs.: Ida Gentry I City election day showed
Members had previouslysent lease the city-owned& -.;.-
treasurer, the green ray: : Warren 110 and Mannering'

Mrs. -Joseph'Mnrrelli, council gifts for the guests at brother and sister. KEYSTONE INDIANS FETED \ 1109. Mannering asked for a Clay County for tlu N -w I
the Masonic home in St. In The Clrrn't! Court Of The
delegate the white ray; and' Nice to see all the college Kixhtb: Judicial Circuit. In And : recount and the City Council brary building. It will a,>o :

: :Mrs. Nelson,the,county agent, Petersburg. group home for the holidays. For flrnd ford Count}., Tlorida.In I called for one. i! used as a voting prmru t

r: completed the unfurling with Hostesses party were for Gertrude this delightful Houser. -- Among them are Margaret AT QUARTERBACK CLUB BANQUET \ Chantery.: \i Voting machines were used I II II Clay County.

IMUTITIUNI.ucimla
.1 \tht.red ray.Advarlce Muir and Pat LaMee of FSU;
I Hazel McKay. Ruth Mitchell Griffis d al. Plain //s: I... J. Kite Cirrult Court m ,11111) ,
notices of programs I Estha Stringer, and Ru- Jimmy Fox. Bob Morgan, and i Mffs. \s.-' llnlnli (Iriffis.' TrulivCriffU I CunnnisMonrrsTh ford CVunty. Fli.rl.l ,'"
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: Miss Helen l Holsteln, Darlene Campbell of Univer- \ and Dottle i GrittillI'efendantM >nia & IMrrvt- trlpt' of proof of 1'''''I .. '
'UI by Osteen. High tribute to the Keystone were: Gary Cooper, Elam Bill Belote, Dick Lovorn, and Ily George H. Pien- I this notice, th." ri". ,(,1of I'....
i I District ,$taVe. Home Demonstration Jan. 7 will be Advance Night: sity of Florida; Danny Paterof Indians foottall:: squad was f Glisson, Bruce Moon; Tommj Bill Smith, founder and first PARTITION ruorKiinNotice : \(; I Attorneys for Plaintiffs' I I flradfmd S. I Jin,"I. I I' '
Agent will be at the Ga. Tech.; Eric Garber of IS'19 4t 1,9I i Hauling ('u. undt u ., ,
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at the first monthly meeting paid Saturday night at a tro. Bird and Stephan Brckas. president of the organization is herrbj givin thnt engaged in bumm--, ,tt r

to District .Council Meeting, Jan :Df the new year. Election of Harvard; John and Homes phy-laden banquet hosted by I Awards for "distinguishedservice" Retired coach Lew Hardage. the umlernigned a" OominisMoners I MlTIfK OF I\TK\T1O\ i i i i; CAN $t.. $Mark. Kl.-i ,.itMr. : >
It' in' Green Dodd of Bob Jones University. lItrdn.llII1.'r and by niiisTin, ,
22. will be held KICTITIOI S.ZEN'tiCP W. P'V.II.
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Cove Springs with Penney officers will be held Jan. 21 Greenville, S. C., and April the, newly organized Quarter- in 1963 were presented formerly of Vanderbilt Uni- virtue or the Court's Ordtr en I is hereby given that'I II 1 I !<>7, Htarke. Fbi > i, \', ,

.y 01 and on Jan.. 22 the official back Club in the Masonic to Quarterback Club members -i versity and now a resident of tered in the above cause direri-. I I the undersigned, under the provision I Dutrtt thin loth! it.,\ r I

Farms and Virginia Village visit of Worthy Grand Matron Mesko, who is a student nurse Temple. : Dr. D. M. Christoffers, Melrcse. praised the Indian Ing inafter Bale described of the property will offvr hire to I I 1, nt Chapter 20.9&3: li\\'- i"einht-r, A. I II I1':.*.!. .,t :00' 'i '
of Florida Acts of 1941 wI'It.'R1't ,
Slubs hostesses., j at Charity Hospital in New Hradford Count) FI..M.I! t tI
'vu-- as Irene Johns will ,be honored. Besides being dined on 14- coach. Roy Spradley who, he sale and Fell at public aiictio.ito ,. with th... Clerk.1 lit !", I I I' I'
CLEVA CARSON Orleans. biddc -
MISS the highest and best -- -
pIeceded by a banquet in the! ounce filet mignons, with all said, had discipline and respect uf --- -'-'-iHealth ::--
: for cahh nt the South door
: Funeral services for Miss :Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pre-
.* Community Church educational the trimmings, each memb Christmas of the players. as wellas the Bradford County C''rt-
Cleva Carson, former Key- vost and children of New Or- house, In tftarke, Bradford FactsEventually
building. of the squad received a gold knowledge of the
..u'' stoner, were held at 11 ajn. leans will spend Christmasin game County Florida on the 10th day .'i::
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL football and heard Universityof Spradley is working under ahandicai of January l'JG4.! at ll'OO o' -.
Saturday in thai First Presbyterian this area visiting their son I \ I .
On Monday evening. Dec. Florida defensive Coach however, in not clock a.m., Bradford County. L will decide to
,.. Church., Gainesville and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lights Change Florida, to-witi c. you bring
16, there was a meeting of the Gene Ellenson laud "dependability" having an assistant coach, I ..;
with Dr. U. F. Gordon officiating. Thomas Prevcst Jr., and East one-half (K'ij of Southeast : \ : your health problems to the Chiropractor
Board of Directors and the as the most important Hardage said. I Quarter (StH;,) and Southwest I 1

... Miss Carson was Staff of the Clay County Li- daughter of Keystone Heights. trait for success in business Other football needs a*. Quarter (HWi': of the' F: \Y1N; -Then you will regret the years your
former Superintendent of and with Mrs. Etta K. Mengeof %With Southeast Quarter (SEVi), Section \
braries at the Library in or on the football field. SignalsKeystone KHS, as outlined by Hardage, 36. Township South,,, : AI. wasted, the pain you suffered needlessly
Music for Duval the mother of Mrs.
Count
Melrose ,
Green Cove Springs. Followingthe Jimmy McMurtry the In- were: a scrimmage field: a flange 21 East, Bradford County 1i. all because you put off going to your
Schools later transferring to Prevost, Sr.COM1LUMTY. Florida.
meeting County Librarian dians' star quarterback, was sophomore team with a coach Chiropractor when a "stitch in time
P. fc. Yonge in Gainesville, CHURCH Heights is playingit Together with the building\ f
Fred, Andrews, and Mrs. An- selected by his teammates as and an outside schedule; and and imurov n and then retiring to Keystone The Women of the Church "safe" with Christmas
aivord.ini-e with the Final I
drews entertained the groupat "Most Valuabe: Player" and equipment for a body-building in
14 years ago. She died Tues- Cove I Circles united to celebrate lights used for decorations a- Decree in the above "t"I..d I Act today tomorrow i is not yours to gamble with.
their home in Green : received this coveted trophy, weight lifting A
program.
dated December ISth
,' day, bee 17, In a Starke hospital At- I Christmas together with a rcund the intersection traffic cause I Phone 961-2881 and ask for an appointment.
with a Christmas party. with congratulations, from Harda3 introduced Ellen- D. 1063.:

h" tending from Keystone were covered dish luncheon on Dec. Coach Ellenson. Other trophies light between Highway ICO son as "Mr. Defense," pointingout The above described propertj,,, I In Starke the Bollingcr Chiropractor Health Center
Mid Carson was honored 17 in the educational building. and Highway 21. together with all the tenement-
Board Member Bee Cooper awarded in the "best division" ,that the University of hereditaments and appurtvnan) is located at 426 N. Walnut St.
lafcl har-by the University of The Nightingales and Rebecca When the traffic light is
and Keystone Library Clerk were: Bruce Moon, best de- Florida had a 6-3-1 record ces thereunto belonging or ir I Insurance Cases Accepted.
Florida when a room in th? evening circles also joined. "red"-the lights are red on anywise appertaining will) IK
Helen Lawrence.. fensive lineman: Gary Cooper : this fall and ranked ninth
was
\ sold at said sale in pursuam-t -
newjtf, nilngs Hall was dedi- After luncheon the. group that side. When the traffic .
Mr.:and Mrs. Martin Crosbyof best offensive lineman; Mike in the nation on defense. of said Order subject to confirmation
f... 'catefo:In her name. After selling sang Christmas caroLs and a light turns "green" the of said sale by th
;Foley, Ala. are spending the Lovorn, best defensive back: George LaRue served as
.h$ bike Geneva home inJulyX.liS2 program was presented by Christmas lights also turn Court.
\Joj holidays at White Feather and Elam Glisson best offensive master-of-ceremoies and gavea Dated at Starke. Bradford AMBULANCE SERVICE
) she returned to Mrs. James Cook, Mrs. A. C
green. County Florida, the 18th day oi I r :
Court. The Crosbys are parents : : back. run-down on the outstanding -
Gainesville; For the past few Holt and Mrs. Charles Titus. Councilman Gen William December, A. D. 1963. PHONE 961-2600
.. of Mrs. Bill Belote, and Receiving certificates for players' the season just /S/ A. J. ThomasISI
mohtris she resided with hercous'frf After the joint meeting, each got the idea, and carried it
they will enjoy Christmaswith honorable mention as "all completed. He described Mike Guy Andrews ; DeWitt C. Jones Funeral HomeDeWrtt
-.J. :' Mrs. Bryan Jennings. circle met separately to trans- through. He said that too
their daughter and hus- area" were: Harold Snellen Lovcrn as "one of the finest i
in Middleburg. While a resident act business. colored lights, strung around -
I band ,and children. [academic], Moon Cooper, many defensive players the busi-
in -
of Keystone) \ ...;\ihe. gave Dickenson of Parkland The Executive Board will] traffic. J lights created.' a } .---.0.-I : .... ... C.. Jones Registered Funeral Director I
Stephen and'\'MeMurtr"--" *x-** > -w.r.i <'- 4r5f < *r } o. eatT.sa i-s.l' -
untiringly of her ,time and meet Friday, Jan. 9, aTx"S:30:: ] traffic hazard and suggested Slarke, Fla.
1 Md. was a recent guest Recognized as playing their Les Beasley, vice president I
: talents. to community projects a. m. In the educational build- using the red-red,
I of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dryden last season for the Indians, greengreensystem of. the club, gave the invoca- WHY Ii i RENTAL SERVICES
I Cremation followed the funeral ing I note change]. The general 1 which he had observed !
of::Silver,Lake. He is -a,cousinof due to graduation on transfer I' tion. Hospital Bed-? Wheel Chairs Crutches
: services with final resting I .Mrsf, Dryden and '.was en- night meeting will be held in another town. I I ,

I place in her native state at 7:30 Monday, Jan. 6.
: of Iowa. route from',Miaml' with: Rev.p. m.Raymond Allen of Junior Sunday School class i I .................. ., School 9:45: a. m. Worship, 11 i H-! T-- t
:
: She is survived by .a sister I Mrs.-Lena Clemens and sons the Christian Herald, New held their party: at the church !ta.i ,m. MYF, ,6:30: p. m. Evening IS ,i I
or' entertained on
: Mrs. Warren Swingle of Billings Hillcrest York City. as guest speaker. Friday evening also. LAVTEY\ Service, 7:30 p. m. ,'

Mont., and 'a, brother, F. Sunday :with a birthday din- WILLIAM'S CHURCH Christian Church First Baptist: Sunday School, GI I fl C Q That's Our Business

ner for Mrs. Clemens' sister, school classes of :10 a. m. Worship, 11 a. m. YW- H U U
Merchant Sunday
: E. Carson, of Mont. well Midnight Mass will be herd by Enza Blanchard4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA "If Itg Glasg We nave It"
Mrs. E. ,John Nelson, as Christian Church ;A, 3 p. m. Training Union, 6:30:
FRIENDS HONORED Hampton | THERESO
S on Christmas Eve. and confessions I : CALL WRITE VISIT
husband and daughter, Ce- 1x( ;: or
as m. Evening Service 7:30
S : BY OES CHAPTER I will be heard from presented a Christmas pro- I p. p.
'all of Jacksonville..In J Pd FOR ANY GLASSNEEDSHEA'S
celia, Hampton m. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday -
at
Sunday night
Keystone Chapter, OES 279, 11:15 p. m. until 11:45. Prior gram HOE DEMONSTRATION
held its keeping with the season town hall, followed by : 7:30: p. m. Junior GA. ,
: regular meeting on to Mass, a sacred concert will CLUB MEETING gK
Mr. and Mrs. John Bird en- 2nd and 4th Mondays right after CLASS CO.
: Dt c. 17 with a special pro tertained: their music-l vmg be given by the choip startingat distribution of gifts and re- i The Lawtey Home Demon- (
school. Youth
: al-
Meeting
S gram honoring "friends"Eastern -. 11:30.: Solists will be Leo freshments. tion Club enjoyed a Christmas f (NOX 1N0)wJt.vrvAa
evening
friends on Monday ternate Saturdays: 7:30
: Star officers from Beginners who took part p. m.
LeBlanc :Margaret Pater. party last Thursday night at
Peter
Dec. 16, with the complete I I PERSONALSMr. "Formerly Joe Glass C4L"We
S chapters in this area: Stark were Michael and Helen Pier-
Margaret Hall and Irene the home of Mrs. Gene Pear- *
: : Waldo, and Gainesville. album of Hand l' Messiah. Brault. Everyone in town Is saIl Chuckie Cox. Marty son. Each person brought a I and Mrs. Bobby Dyal MUCHMONTH 1lPcu4r Design Modern tx>re Front*

The chapter room was beautifully Each guest was given a bet-libretto invited. f,( Johns. and Larry Williamson, small gift for exchange, hand I''and family are spending Christmas Just Mail UsA Patfvn. For

: : decorated, and eachmember so that they could There will be a low Mass at with Mrs. Robert Cox, teacher. these were placed uiider the with :Mr. Dyal's mother, Table tops *
ter' follow the various parts. Mrs. Alma Dyal of
Hampton
U was presented with D the performance, 8 a. m. Christmas morning. Primaries were Darlene beautiful Christmas tree in the |and :Mrs. 1313 N. W. 4th PL Gainesville Fid. Phone.FR2-435! ?
Following mothe'
Dyal's Mrs.
Christmas corsage. the handiwork Norman, Crystal Clarke, Ar- living' room. I

: of Mrs. George 'Voting. the host and hostess includedMr. served IAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAA.AAAHAMPTON / butus Pearsall, Mary Pearsall Officers for the new year Mayfield' Tyson and Mr. Tyson ..1

who made 93 of them.Worthy refreshments. Guests Kim Johns and Jan Johns were elected"as follows: Mrs. ,i in Waldo. : f

: Malrbn Phyllis Hussey read b and Mrs Joseph Stein. Mrs. Marklee Norman, t ach- Miss Elizabeth Terry spent
Robert Lee-;; president; Miss
Mr.. .Richards, Mrs. Margaret !part of the week with her LEFT The Amazing New
a poem,. on._ Friendship as she er. Juniors were Shannon Cox. Enza Blanchard, vice president; !
Packard. Mrs. sister. Mrs.
Hall. James C.
introduced all of the friends Gary Johns Kenny Johns. ; E. Strickland
: Mrs. John Tye, re-elected secretary -
Haberstroh 'Mrs. Ruth Mrs. D. E. Hill Gainesville. :Mrs.
Gladys By Jin Strickland COLOR PACK
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at each of their respective.. stations Sherry Norman, Cathy Clarke ; Mrs. Paul Dinkins, re- i
Johnston, and Mr. and Mrs. [has been ill, but is improved.
a Roslyn Johns, Stanley Jones POLAROID
VAAAAaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiCHRISTMAS elected treasurer; Mrs. A. H.!1 AT t
Arthur Braln rd. Sympathy is
: The'Worthy Matron!, Chap !: Everett Pearsall, and Lottie Harley, chaplain;' Miss Enza extended to CAMERAJust

lain Ernestine Eisenacker, ana": Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walter PROGRAMSAT Rae Childs with Mrs. Leslie !Blanchard, delegate; Mrs. W.jMrs. Paul Dinkins and Mrs.
and David of Elmhurst CHURCHES HERE I JLomie Mosley in the loss of
son
: Secretary Bf&trtee Schroed& Jones, teacher. A. Fox alternate; Mrs. Pearson '
and IlL are driving to Keystone Baptist Church PERSONALSSeaman I|another sister; :Mrs. Cassie Mott, '
read the Story
Nativity hospitality chairman. TilE In Time
Heights to spend Christmas Choirs, from primary ages I !Lot| Jacksonville.
Mrk.f .
: the choir sAng. c rols. Steve Varnum came Time of meeting was changed -

f Paddy GIMp, and Mrs. GenaChristoffersj I| with ,Wally and Millie Muhl-:, through adults presented th home on leave from the Navy to the. third Thursday in i :Mrs. Bennett Green and For Christmas
j Christm program at Hampton ;Daughter of Winslow, Ark. are
; : acting as acolytes hofer and Wally's mother last weekend to be here with each ,month .at 9:30: a. m., (I

: ltJhteci ,candles on trie I Mrs., Walter and Wally areFREE Baptist Church Sunday his family, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie starting In'JanuryDuring .. Ivisiting her mother, Mrs. Selma END Giving! ;
evening, followed by distribution (Eunice and :Mr. and MM. J.
: seven-point candelabra.Each Jones for Christmas. On duty the social hour, holiday -
: I of gifts for the child |H. Eunice, and family. They .
with the Navy Ceremonial refreshments were served,
a will
visit other relatives while
'en.
Guard in Washington D. C., and the gifts were distributed
: .. Soloists for the they are here through the
: program I he tQok part in the funeral of among the members. OF The Most .
Jones |Christmas holidays.Mr. ,..
J were Tracy Mrs. George >*
the late President Kennedy HOLIDAY PARTIESThe

I Kennan and the pastor Re?. including the 11-mile march First Baptist WMU held and Mrs. Ernest Hesvett AdvancedCamera '., -

Paul Estes. A Odessa ,and son spent the weekend -
j group from the capitol to the cathe- their Christmas party at the :
: with In
Melton, Lorraine Sparkman. Mrs. Hewett's parents,
; dral to Arlington Cemetery. church Tuesday night. Refreshments THEMONEY
: Wendy Hill Tony Kennan.: Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Dobbs.
MrH and Mrs. Sam Garafaloof were served after the The World '
FREE ,' Otis Melton and Ronnie Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas.
Mt.Dora. and Mr. and Mrs. program.
Jody and Jay, have arrived
| to
Dyal, presented a special
Ernest Hunter of Ft. Lauder- A delightful affair of last
Debra Hicks spend the holidays with [rs.Thomas' .
number., was !
dale spent last weekend herewith Friday night was a surprise :
Hicks, parents, :Mr. and Mrs.
pianist, and Charles Mr., and Mrs. GeorgeSaxon. party for Mrs. George J. Estes, !W. F. Moore, and family.

FREE choir' director. They and the E. L. given by Mrs. H. H. Hamilton f ABSOLUTELY AUTOMATIC
Visiting Mr. and Mrs.
the church Frank
of
I H -. held Other parties groups last week including Birt family. held their "Christ- Hiss.Mary Faulkner, Miss Dor- [Cruce daring the 'loliUys flre it > .

the Junior Sunday Schoo mas" dinner Sunday also othy Swanboom and Mrs. their daughter-in-law. :Mrs. COLOR FLASH PICTURES 50 SECONDS.
honoring Allen Birt on his George W. Roberts. at the Marvin
: class Saturday evening, with i home of the latter Cruce of Georgia. Mr. BLACK AND
sixth birthday. Christmas I.I truce is stationed WHITE IN 10 SECONDS
at
overseas:
tor and
Allay 10 present games re- Mr. and Mrs. Joe McClellan!decorations and melodies coming '

-$ .. Turkey freshments. Mrs.Intermediat Charles- and Kathy and Troy Henderson from.record_ :. player .added !!(daughter present. Their Mr. and son-iii-la-zr Mrs. R.Awl G. CAN YOU BELIEVE IT?
teacher.
Hicks is
left Saturday for South to the Ynletide cheer,
Refresh
:
I[Carl ton, and children of Jacksonville .
: DRAWINGS. EACH WEDNESDAY AT 8 P. M. Training Union class with helda Carolina to spend Christmas. ments, served by the,hostesses, are also visiting the Transistorized Electronic Shutter reads the

I ASK ATTENDANT FOR DETAILS party Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Campbell were enjoyed by about 15 '..family.OTICT3. light and sets exposure 1 forr olor automatically
: 10 Mrs. Milton Mosher -
present. of Washington D. C. arrived I friends.
Consolidate All DURING THE ACTUAL FLASH of a flash
: W I N, N E, R S Is leader, Saturday to spend Christmas| Mrs. W. A. Fox was hostessto bulb!

Jr Rt. 2 Stafke John Junior GAs had a field tripto wjth her family Mr. and Mrs.! -the Methodist WSCS at the I I \ ODKR ,FICTITIOrS Your Bills
: Mrs Leat6n l Morgan; Henry ,
.. ; Gainesville the previous *
Takes black white without flash
.VAMK and wink
J. B. Prevatt, for two weeks.)parsonage Tuesday night. Dec. I LAW or

: Reddish, .Starke; .Homer, Lee ,Geiger, 424 E.; Madison Saturday visiting the Florid Charles Prevatt their son is!17. A covered dish dinner was i XOTICK that the IS HeREBY GWEN light if there's enough light to read by.

: Starke; Otis L.. M sle)1 ,Box. 102, .Cecil Field; tate Museum. Mrs. Lawton to be here also, for two or'!served, and a Christmas pro- .I' to engage undersigned in, business at de.lrlngI' Law- *

I Douglas Hardy, Starke;, Obed M. Pauley, Lawtey; Youngbl is counselor intermediate thr e days., from New Yor*!gram. "It Ihad bee\; .at Bethlehem ley. Florida.. under the name Town Finance Shutter speeds faster than l/1000th second in
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GAs met at the l ," was presented with fir BRADFORD COCXTT FUR i< bright sun with black and white.
: George Carter, Starke. j : JflTDRE AND EXCHANGE Intend -
COME IN" AND SEE home of Mrs. Horace Dyal. assisted City.Miss Amelia Williams- a different ones giving a meditation -: to register the ad! nam FASTER LOADING LIGHTER WEIGHT

: by Mfs. J. L. Sparkman.Satdrday on what they might have -i with the Clerk of the Circuit LOANS UP TO
for their senior student at the Dnrroj j Court of Bradford County Florida. COME IN AND TRY IT OUT
morning done in the place of Joseph ,I i $600.00 .
: Christmas party.; sity of Florida is at home I the ; i .
SERVICE ; inn-keeper a shepherd, a S/ Talmadge J. Sharp I I'I

J Imperial l Trje) Young People's Training with the J. Williams lath-I 1 wise man or Mary in the Biblical S/S William C. Tomlinson. Jr i> 144 W. Call Street BULLINGTON'S
Gmn Green l Green
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Beta Sigma Phi I Vivian Garcia \Veds Thomas H. MorganIn ;I I of \f'. I!;* M]. and''' Mrs. Carl S. Seweil Judy Grizzle of Winder. Ga.

,I PERSONALS I and sons, Stan and Ken, left |its spending the holidays with i
Has Yule PartyAt Jacksonville Church Ceremony :Country Clubs r Sunday to spend Christniaj[her uncle and aunt, Mr. and 'I

Parish HouseBeta To Have Dance, with Mr. SewelFs parents, :Mr, |Mrs Sherrod Hamilton, and I
Miss Vivian Louise Garcia land Mrs. R. E. Sewell, in Lum- ;family.

of Jacksonville, and i i A 2c Gerald Norman of Kees- berton,.N. C. The Sew ells recently Holiday guests of Mr. and I
Sigma Phi sorority The Starke Golf and Country II
Gladys :Mooty Hull Morgan of i I iler AFB, Miss will be home moved to Stark j fron.Madison. Mrs Merritt Williams include
held its annual Christmas Club and the
I Keystone
Phone: 964-0651 last at Ohio were united in I with his parents, Mr. and :Mrs.T. Mr. Sewell is Area '!her mother, Mrs. J. F. Rogers
party Thursday night
Country Club will have joint
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at 7 p. m. Friday, Dec. 6 N. Norman, through the hol :Forester for St. Alary: Kraft 'of Jacksonville: ilr. and Mrs.R .
8 o'clock. the
Scene of party New Year's Eve dance on Dec.
the Mount Olive j Ys. :Corporation with offices at F. Siefferrnan of Tampa,
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was St. Mark's parish house, I 31 at the Starke Club. There lid '[
Mrs. Duncan Hostess Church. Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Patterson JMaxville. and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Parrish I
DCT Members
where a lighted Christmastree will be refreshments from 8
Rev. Gabriel Abdullah i are spending the holidays I| Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas ;hand children of Durham N. C. I II
Christmas candles hollv
until 9.Dancing.
At Lovely Holiday I Enjoy Christmas formed the ceremony in with relatives in Virginia. I Jr. and children left Tuesday j I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zipper-
arrangements and a miniature I will be schedule-
Bridge LuncheonOne Dinner PartyThe sMh 1 i and reindeer added to presence of the : from 9 til 1, featuring GeneNorman's I Local admittances to Bradford II for Scottsboro, Ala. where they (er were among those attending
families.. Miss Kitty County Hospital include: will spend Christmas with Mrs. the annual Christmas party of
ths holiday mood. orchestra. There wiI'be
I organist, played nuptial I I Clark G. Failing, Penney Thomas' Mother, Mrs. J. M. the Liberty National Life Insurance -
of the loveliest parties i Diversified Cooperative Mrs. W. A. Stern, director free door prizes, party hats, II
throughout the Farms; Clinton Barton, Key- Snodgrass. I Co. in Gainesville last
of the holiday season was the Training Club of Bradford and honored guest, poured ceremony. and noise-makers. Any inter- I
The bride is the stone Heights; Adoplh Birk, and i I Friday evening
j John Miller of Mather A.FBI
| bridge luncheon given Wednesday County High School enjoyed a coffee from the silver serviceat ested person may call 964-
of last week by Mrs. K. G. Christmas dinner last Thurs- a table covered with a red of Mrs. Rene' Garcia 2734, or Keystone 473-4510 01 Mrs. Erma Pollard, both of I in Sacramento, Calif is spend- Mrs. Bertha Pearce will

Duncan at her home on North day, from 11 to 1 o'clock in Christmas cloth overlaid with Kingsley Lake. The 473-4177 for reservations.The I Starke. ing the holidays with his wife spend Christmas day with her
groom is the son of Mrs. Major and Mrs W. H. Edwards and children at the home of granddaughter, Mrs. Marybeth
Walnut Street. Guests on this the Pecan Room of the Gar- a white lace cloth. A red limn deadline is MondayDec.
I lie Ratliff of Cleveland, I III and children of Ft. Mrs. Miller's and Peacock, of Jacksonville.Mr. .
Mr.
I occasion: were members of the den Restaurant.The cloth also covered another 30. The cost per person parents
'Wednesday Morning Bridge room was beautiful: table holding silver trays of and Harold R. Morgan will be $3.50. Leavenworth, Kan. arrived Mrs. E. L. Matthews. and Mrs Bill Brown and

Club, and a few intimate decorated for :!ooca.sin: w :h tiny party sandwiches and assorted Belleville, Ohio. I Sunday for a two weeks' visit Miss Sara Woodburn accompanied son, Joe, will spend the holidays

friends of the hostess. Christmas certerpieces on the snacks.. The church altar held with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Reeves of with her mother, Mrs. J.

,The;:Duncan home was beautifully three adjoining tables. Soft, Christmas music was playedin burning tapers in .Slade Gas Co. W. H. Edwards Sr. of Kings- I Gainesville to spend Christ- S. Davis of Cornellia Ga.

decorated tradi- and either side of the! { Christmas ley Lake, and her parents, Mr. mas with his parents. Adm. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tim- I
J \ in the Yuletide music was played in the background, and carols on Party I
(tional red and green Christmas the background were led by Mrs. Paul Canova were tall pedestal baskets V and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell, and and Mrs. M. C. Reeves in merman of Stockton, Ga. will

I .motif. The large mantel in the Terry Harelee club' president, who also sang several solos. white chrysanthemums : .The Slade Gas Co. of Starke Judge and Mrs. Theron Yawnof I Winter Park. be Christmas Day guests of Mr.

'living room held an artistic ar- made the announcements, an<* Sorority members exchanged pom poms against a Vs held its Christmas party Sat- Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest P. Bo- and Mrs. L. D. Vining.

'ran ement, highlighted by a then presented Miss Martha secret sister gifts and the ground of palms. urday night at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Barney McRae ,: land and children of Athens. },[r. and Mrs. Randal Chitty

'little! "pixie" at one end, and Susan Ritch; club'chaain, who husbands enjoyed their novelty Given in marrige by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sawyer Jr. and children of Lake City Ga. are spending the holidays and family will spend the week

balanced by led. tapers at the brought the invocation.: gifts. father the bride wore a The dinner guests were seat- are Christmas Day guests of with her parents Mr. and end with his father, M. F. Chit- I
his Mr. and Mrs. B. !
other' end. Gifts were pre&-n'ed to the of white peau de soile ed at three large tables, dec- E. McRae.Mr.parents. Mrs. H. L. Speer. ty, in Lakeland, Ga.

'The focal point !sn the liv.'ng! club sponsors M. .\. Payne and Noegel-McNeil ed with a scoop neckline orated with red and white Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller I
and Mrs. W. H. Nollman
room was the gaily lighted B. E. Costello, by the members; a bouffant skirt, flower arrangements and red visited H. E. Bradley in Lees- Recent Birth

Christmas tree, while other followed by a gift exchange Rehearsal PartyAt side drape with appliqued s candles. were in Jacksonville. on busi- ,, burg and attended the Earl

vahtage; points were also decorated among the student? InnMr. serts of roses in velvet During the evening, party ness on. Friday.Mrs. Evans family reunion at Lady Bradford County Hospital

in the holiday theme. University satin. Her veil of French games were led by Mrs. A. Roselyn Rhodes and Lake over the weekend. announces the following births:

The 'piano held an arrange Big Dad EmployesAre lusion was attached Russell Norman. The em- sons, and Mrs. Joe Monteithand Vernon Conner of Barry Mr. and Mrs. Harland Hodge,
and Mrs. Willie B. MCM sons of Thomasville Ga.
ment. of-red and wh.e, cannatihnsagainst'a queen's crown of seed wer't ployees bonuses were given College is home for the holi Brooker, a son, Ricky Eugene,
EntertainedAt i1 entertained for the bridal will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dec. 12.
background ul and gifts were exchanged. days.
She wore white lace mitts, I
attendants ushers of the G. J. McGriff
and Jr.
.red candles., carried white satin during the Dr. and Mrs. C J. Houpt are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McGin- I
a
Club .
Country McNeil-Noegel wedding party I holidays.Mr. the nIs, Starke, Rebecca
Tha stairway in the entrance: feathered spending: holidays in Des a daughter -
i at the University Inn in Gain- topped with Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Herlongwill : and Mrs. R. P. Guissin-
halt>l was entwined with red Moines, Iowa with their son.ir- Lynn. Dec. 20.
Employees of Big Dad Manufacturing esville last Friday evening. tions and centered be holiday guests of their ger and three children of Baton
law and Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Don
satin ribbons and tan: y r'!d I daughter, and Mrs.
Christmas balls were 'suspended Co. were guests at The affair was held following'the white orchid. Her only daughter, Mrs. W. S. Steinmeyer Rogue, La. will be holiday Robert Strickland and family.! aldson. Keystone Heights, a

,at 'intervals from the banisters the annual Christmas dinner rehearsal in the Episcopal ment was a single their granddaughter, Mrs.L. guests of her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. daughter Marsha Ann, Dec.
given by the company at 1 p. Church in Gainesville.The pearls. M. Ritch, and Billy Stein- Mrs. W. B. Sewell. :20.
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The tier table bald: :: a tall Francis left Sunday for aweek's
m. last Thursday in the room was beautifully Miss Dale Pierson of meyer and family, all of Jack- Tombo Smith
arrangement of red camelliasand son of Mrs. visit with Mrs. Francis'parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kellyof
Starke Golf and Country Club. decorated with red carnationsand teville, N. C. was maid of sonville. Eoline Smith is home from
Christmas bric-a-brac. Mr. and M.1. Ernest: Starke announce the birthof
The 'd overlaid The dinner, featuring turkey white mums. Lilies-of-the or, wearing a green Beverly Patterson, of Gaines- Atlanta, Ga. for the holidays.Also Francis in Murphreeaboro,
.ningtable. Kevin
a son, Charles
and baked ham, was served ville on
with a handsome white linen valley were attached to the sheath dress with scoop granddaughter of Mr. and visiting Mrs. Smith and Tenn.
buffet style. Christmas carols veil Mrs. Fritz Kramer Tuesday, Dec. 17, in Alachua
cloth 'and a wide red satin rib- placecards bearing the namesof line. Her matching left last other relatives are her daughter Mr. and Mrs. John :Manningand t
were sung, after which the em- the guests., attached to a velvet rose Friday afternoon by plane to General Hospital Gainesville I
bon running the entire length, and family, :Mr. and Mrs. family are spending the
ployees returned to the plant Thirty-five persons enjoyed piece, and she carried a visit with her parents, Mr. and Maternal grandparents
was centered with an equisite Jimmy Rowe, of Sanford. holidays with relatives in are
for their gifts.D. Mrs.
John E.
Patterson
occasion. cade of yellow of
arrerigement of camellias and this delightful Christmas Elizabethton, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs.. Charles Schmitt,
S. Siceloff, presidar of mums. Beaver Falls, Pa. holiday guests of
fern., A giant green Christmas Mrs. Lucile Davis visited her and
the was here from' Mr. Mr. paternal grandparents,
company and Mrs. George Pierce andt Mrs. Eugene Tanner
ball, surrounded with holly, ,on No UDC Meeting Ralph Mogavero served son-in-law and daughter, :Mr.
Lexington, N. C. for this oc and children left Friday to include their Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly.
the serving table, and red tap- casion. Morgan as best man, and son, A Ic William and Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. and
spend Christmas week with
ers in silver candelabra on the January ers were William Silcox Harvey Tanner, and A/lc Geor- family in Gainesville last Mon-
Mrs. Pierce's
parents, Mr. and At The TabernacleChristmas
Gerald Silcox, cousins of
buffet completed the decorations Pickett, both
ge of
the highest score. Mrs. O. L. The W. T. Weeks Chapter bride. Mrs. Cartwright in Cleveland, Keesler day and Tuesday.Lee .

in the dining room. Beasley won the "gallopinggoose UDC, will not meet in Januarydue Tenn. AFB, Miss., Sgt. and Mrs. A. Cogdifl of Ft. Jackson, was observed at
During the morning, the sixteen After the ceremony a
," and Mrs. J. W. Andrews to New Year's Diy coming Mrs. Arlen McKnight and W. Chapman of Ft. Benning, :
guests enjoyed playing ception was held at the S. C., son of" Mr. and Mrs. The Tabernacle with a pro-
on Wednesday. The next son, David are spending two Ga., and
won bingo. : Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald
bridge The holiday motif! was meeting will be held the! first of the bride's parents Claude Cogdill, arrived last i gram of readings, interspersedwith
After delicious luncheon week with Mrs.
bridge
carried,out, in the minutest detail a Wednesday in February. low arrangements of McKnight'ssoninlaw Hicks of Jacksonville Friday to spend the holidays.. I spngs and Instrumental

in ,the, bridge game. Cards, was.served buffet' style chrysanthemums, pom and daughter, Capt. do is spending this weekend Mrs. W. G. Haile had as a | numbers
tallies',. score' pads, nipkins forth from the .beautifully! appointed CARD OF THANKS and fern were used in and Mrs. Don Koretz in Storrs, with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hough I pertaining to the
dining table. Friday night guest, Mrs. Ruth II j
-tomato juice and snacks Our heartfelt thanks to all ting. The bride's table! Conn. Capt. Kortez is workingon I and her sister, Mrs. Doris I season. After the closing prayer -

,served at the beginning of the Joining the guests for luncheon who extended comforting ";yn- covered with a white I his masters at the Price. Fortney of Winston Salem. N..I small gifts were distributed
degree
Mrs. L. D. '
gameand red ink,in pens used. and':Mrs.were M. F. Brown. fining, pathy and help in our recent cloth, centered with a University of Connecticut.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sublett: of !C: to those present, pointing to,

for scoring all repeated the Mrs. Duncan sorrow. For the beautiful serv- tiered wedding cake I Murfreesboro, Tenn. will visit Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Dixon of the greater gift' still waiting

Christmas theme., gave he'guests ice, floral offerings, and other with a miniature bride : and Mrs. Frank Cwsley their daughter and family, Mr. Nashville, Tenn. are' spending at the Cross. Rev. Morris

At the cdqjiusion: of the miniature, gaily decorated. boxes : kindnesses we are deeply grate- groom. Burning white and family left Monday for a I Mrs. Lena Andrews of Orlan-I the Christmas holidays with'' Brackman M.

game, Mrs; 0. L. Haynes was 'of matches as jne-ticntoes of I ful. The family of O. W. Wnite, in silver candelabra holiday visit with relatives in ,and Mrs. Harry Green, this I their daughter and family, Mr. ,! brought the Christmas -

presented a ,prize for mak g this delightful affair. :Sr. H. L. Hough last Friday. Alabama. i weekend. message at the morning
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" : Two Tornadoes Placed On Second ,Lighting. Contest the following; First prize L. I calender. Most of the cases,f Starke on U. S. 301.

?; W.. Pace; second_ prize, L. J'j as usual involved violations. Mrs. Brown was traveling

I" For[ State FarmIs Swan: and third prize, R. E. Before fining Leaton A. north when the trailer, HolEs

I SPORTS I And Third All-State Teams, Judged I j I Upton. Mathews $35 for speeding, the i I said, began weaving back and

i Honorable mention given judge said, "It's time people : forth across the highway

: / for other realized that autos are,, not the driver to lose
The Tornadoes of Coach included Palatka which placeda 1 Judging: of the annual out- ;I outstanding d cora- causing

../ I,:, David Hurse placed a man ou" man on each of the first : door Christmas Lighting Con- : turns were: First place. Booi toys, but deadly machines." control of her car. Damage to

i Turner and second place, Roy Three persons charged with the trailer was estimated at
each of the second and third: three teams. Tackle Rolan test at the Stats Farm was ;
J
I Class A teams of the Miami'Herald's i iI' Reeder :was selected on the held Friday night. Dec. 20. i Chambers; tree, Bryant Irwin driving while intoxicated $700.

: I Little All-State High'' first all-state team.:" 'and j Originally started several :j Jack Smith, and H. R. i Ira Parrish. Leo B. Grills

l T- 1 I' School football teams, it was Perschon Smith on the second years ago by the Home Dem- I i Barrett; doors. Duane Waller, I I, and James Conner pleaded ( Nothing New 1

I announced this week and tackle Randy Williamson t cnstration Club, 'the con-I J, F. Dorko, and J. R. cad- I'I'i : not guilty and their cases J
5 TornadoesGet i i '
Center Harold Bishop was ths third.. j test is now co-sponsored ,by }, dell. were transferred to the trial I' In Lawtey Case
II The judges. Mrs. Jessie I docket for Jan. 6.
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Guard Bebo of Live
chosen on the second team Bispham the State Farm Employees I
Awards I Young and Mrs. F. J. Pellunicf Clyde Eugene Granger of ,
Oak chosen the first
and tackle Mike Maruca j was. on Club. ,From a small beginning I : :
on team all-state.. Kenny Ray I Starke, noted not only an I' Hampton and George Louie t! [Continued Prom Page 1]
a few"years ago, community
!I the third. increase in entries but great Thomas, both of Live Oak all
(Continued From Page One] Thomas Santa Fe halfback, spirit has spread to other clubs : : burnin cross and anonymous
Other area teams placing I : improvement quality ,oli Negroes, were ordered held for
was placed on the honorable ''of state employees until this calls.Reddish .
p phone
to action before they men on the all-state squads mention list.iITT1:1 year approximately 50 home* i decorations. I Ij trial on charges resulting from i said he has

at full speed. I decorated. j The judges accompanied by a recent shooting incident in questioned -
were six Lawtey men in connection -
I 1 Miss Dorothy Ross, Home Hampton.A .
cf th> junior var- ,:
Decorations included light-
with the incidents, bu.
and junior high footbaU : ed Christmas trees, nativity Demcnstration Agent, were Jacksonville motorist.
does not harnough evidennto
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squads were introduced by ; ; IL scenes the Santa Claus theme served refreshments of Christ I Robeit R. Roposa, was fined' conviction in court

their coaches. B-squad CoacpEinest mas treats and coffee by Mrs. j $25 for failure to have vehicle': gain a
and decorated doors. There
1 I accid'zitI! Scott has said he will tak"
under control in
Barnes said that future Raymond Jordan. I an
were metallic trees as well act no action before the counri!
football stars had played on I near Keystone Heights on Oct. j
live trees. Not in the contest Ii
i meeting on Jan. 6 when new
j ; his team and that Bradford but among the outstandingtrees /Fine Imposed 26. !I, officials are regularly swornin.

fans would be hearing their was a huge cedar growing ,
Instead Of Jail'For "I haven't made up m
names in a few I Trailer Causes
years. L in front of the prison, mind yet just what to do." he

The A and B squad cheerleaders elaborately decorated with Christmas' Driver To Lose said.
also honored at
were hundreds of lights. !i

k! ;drh \' the banquet. Each member of i The decorations were judg- ; The Yuletide spirit prevailed :,Control Of CarA CHURCH. OF GOD

1? # ..ptH both squads were: introduc ___ ed on visibility from the street,!1 in County Court here last I 422 N. St. Clair St.

and presented a small silver [!I.originality, simplicity, and adhering i Thursday when Judge T. A.I I house trailer caused Mrs. !

charm.In i to a single theme. Cashi | Yawn let an 85-mph speeder Lillian Schilling Brown of.. Sunday School. 10 am

r iI an after dinner talk, Y, i prizes contributed by the Employees i' of with a fine instead of the' St. Petersburg to lose ontrol : Morning Worship. 11 & !!\

C. McNease, assistant coachat [ Club' were awarded n: usual jail sentence.: i Evening Service 7:30: p.m Y-
; I of her car Friday, December
i\\ Florida State University, PE each Wednesday. 7:30
l f Frederick Leon Foley of| 20. and turn the trailer over'' p.

( spoke to the players about'the publicity to her job'with the Lake Butler, tha cu'pnt. said" in a ditch e'\ U. S 301. m. Prayer Meeting, Friday,

I qualities required of a college Lw.- |:railroad. |, he had been driving a car h? i> i 7:30: p.m. L. S. William*
Thc 1963 Ford Thunderbird i
I football player. McNease told '1 I She works on a luxury train [ wasn't used to, and that he pastor.

the gridders that. football is AL- _ci''which travels to and from NewI I: hadn't realized he was going! I with which Mrs. Brown was I

\\t I much more complicated .than .- gtJiiL'W I York and Miami bringing frozen -!' so fast. Judge Yawn lectured I pulling the houfetrailer did I CARD OF THAXRS
q not turn over and no injurieswere
it used to be and that tha day
Northerners to the Sunshine i' him severely and then imposeda !

'.*I of the "dumb" football; star is [I State. Her job includes $5ofine. recorded according to :' To those who expressed their

gone. He stressed that a play :_4I [modeling a $1,000 wardrobe : Florida Highway Trooper J. i'sympathy in so many beautifuland
In other 16 M. Hollis who the
cases. persons investigated
er cannot receive scholarshipto :
a
: ; I which was given to her by the I practical ways during our
,1 I were fined 16 forfeited bonds. accident. The mishap occur-
-L FSU other stateschool j
,i : or any I railroad, and le d.ing the recent bereavement.
passengers extend
: unless he scores 300 on I BUS Athletic Direct David: lIurse present the Christ- a few cases were continued red: at approximately 7 p. m. i we

r ::2 his senior placement test. I mas Tournament championship trophy to Green Cove Capt.;I reation car.P. in. games in the recI -, and six: were set for the trial Friday 6.1 miles south of''our of heartfelt E. E. Gunter.thanks. The family -

aiJ McNease" touched on the humorous -I Danny Parker after theBlue Devils downed Starke's Tornadoes -
'
y : --
kau side of the game I II
i -r ; say-I 58-49 in the tourney play-off Saturday night. The Tornadoes -
-rJ ing that college football is no\
'
won the trophy last year and had beaten Green Co'el
I t i longer a game "just for fun, P.
Ernest Jenkins, BUS forward, goes up for a basket on once this year in regular play.
I r but that. players on scholarship ;-j I I ,
hit way to a personal scoring record of 23 points against ,have a job to,do just as '

J J' Holies in the first game of the annual Christmas Basketball : any person earning his liveli Green _
Cove Tornadoes
Topples .
Tournament\ last w kf'nd. Jenkins i i- also: the team's leading hood. He said that football <
players at FSU must possess 24 Words or lest, one time __ Memorials, Resolutions Be per wore
-
I rebounder and termed Coarh Erwin Land "the most ,
by as
I II qualities of high character if U not paid m advance __ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, u?>> to 51 word USJ

I improved player on the ball club." i i'i they wish to succeed at a job : In Xmas Tourney Upset 57-48 Keyed or. Blind Ads _-- _- 1.00 Over 50 words .-- .. 5c per wart

, that would require, more at Each addition word
over 29 W
Display ads la Classified __ 1.50 per tIr:

; Jenkins Develops Aggressive Style : might them than have anything met in, high they I; A charged up Green Cov back court without workinginto I FOR RENT .- 2 bedroom FOR SALE-3 bedroom un- Bradford County The County I

five upset Starke's TOrnadoes : the back board. ,The lo- house. Electric stove
school. I hot i furnished house. Screened of Planned i'rogress stamps

i ihHe's Coach Hurse also spoke to''! 57-48 to win" the championship t cals' could ,not find the basket water heater, and refrigerator. front and back porches. $1.14 at Telegraph.
..._ ..
To Become BHS's Top Rebounder the crowd of over 300 on the II' of: the Second Annual Brad-,: I; until the closing minutes Qf'' Furnished with soft water.:'111Read Hardwood floors. Nice neigh- -FOR- SALE-2-- ---bedroom- ---house.--

I 1963 Tornadoes' record of 6-4. ford High Invitational Christmas !1 the( contest when guard Richard Harvey Williams, New Bland- borhood near Shopping Cen- Redecorated inside and out-

The '63 schedule was much ] Tournament Saturday I Hobbs got two straight i ing Road. Call 969-1543. ter. Phone 969-2831.
the most aggressive of our big men," and fan : ', tfp. Good neighborhood. Eas?
any i ii
tougher than the previousyear's night in the local gym. ; baskets from deep court Harold 2tp 12'26 The Classifieds!: ---- -- ------- --- -
j our big men by far this season :i,seeing him operate now also I The Blue Denis gained the.I' Bishop and"Ernest Jenkins ;, Have 2 Pianos to be pick 'd terms. W. H. Nollman tfchg
,when the team I I '-
j ," Coach Erwin Land says 1 wouldn't recognize the timid I i iI compiled a 6-4 record. He, and I finals with another upset :victory each added two points, and FOR RENT-2 bedroom nicely -IF YOUR NAME IS>:i l up in this area. Small down FOR RENT Adult 0tt ljr.

i of his tall senior ((63") for I youth of the last two years. j:i j. the other coaches, noted that I Friday night over' favored \ Center John Williams marie furnished, house with car- FOUND AMONG THE|:j payment, $18 per month. Cal! First floor apartment. Livingroom

ward Ernest Jenkins, the Jenkins credits his coach for !. port and large utility room. Earl's Piano Company Gainesville .
I Iteam's I the team played some veryfind !II Fernandma 60-47. The i good ,two free shots. I CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL|II( bedroom, kitchenette.
: For couple
with
a or infant
an -
leading rebounder.The i I helping him become a fighter 1 I I games while hampered by j I II Tornadoes defeated, Bolles 61<- I The barrage narrowed. the child. No pets AT THE TELEGRAPH'I l, FR-2-2222 or Starko private entrance. TV aerial
tall forward "Coach Land has I II please. 964-4821 after 2
didnXbegin i encouragedme ; p. m. No Pet
a great number of injuries. ', 42 to gain their berth,Jn the4,,Gr.een: COVt.J a.dJo five points. Inquire at 733 N": 'Thompson OFFICE FOR A FREE: 1 I, I I Convenient located.
basketball until the bit and I've .. !
playing quite a just finals. 3tchg 17, 128 N. Church St. 2tp 12
Jimmy McRae president of1! 54-49, but time killed the Tornadoes I .
10th grade but he has come into 'had more experience," Ernest j, St. tfchg TICKET TO THE FLORIDA I, - :
I I I the Quarterback Club, served I II Greatly improved since they I cha 1ce -to grab a second I """ FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bed- II R. N. SUN'DERLANDWE
his own ,this season averaging says. He said he thinks his' i THEATRE.
'i I as master of ceremonies. Rev lost to the Tornadoes December straight Christmas tour'ney INSURANCE room and bath home clean on HA'VE

10-12 rebounds and slightly I'best game ever played was I I Bob Badgett gave the invoca-. 6 in regular'season' 61-50; I : championship. The Bradford 1 AT REDUCED. BATES I I I extra large lot, screened a selection of used
Er- Lake this AUTO FIRE BOAT FOR RENT -- 3 rooms and I refrigerators. All in working
under 10 against City ,
points per game. year.
the Blue Devils Coach beaten porches and port in City
I I I tion. gave I cagers were on car
nest showed Bradford fans he Bolles was the victim of his i DOYLE E CONNER' bath furnished house. Phone : order for $40 up. SLADE GAS
Erwin Land's : the boards.- Cove's Florida Power lights. Call
cagevs sampleof by Green INSURANCE, AGENCY of STARKE tfchg
is really capable of shooting 1 best night ever offensively and I i their newly found. power,I superior- rebounding and on Phont J64-45H 964-2261._ tfchg 964-2033. 2tp 12 26 ...
.a
with in the GHS a team that beat Starke, products at this time considered. 'I'
great accuracy when they jumped off to a 7i i thefloor where the'Blue ,Devils .Jfcht .FOR SALE -Shetland pony NEW AND USED Chain saws

opening game of the Christ- :saw Ernest play his best defensive 2 first period lead in the i I ,hot an amazing 64 ,percent REGISTER NOW for Adult i 2M years old. Phone 969- 30.00 up. Repalrg- all makes HASTINGS MATTRESS

mas Tournament against Bolles I: game. The present prototype I championship game. the second half. Evening Classes. Mail course 2151. tfchg Lawn mowers sales and service & UPHOlSTERY WORKS
when he bucketed 28 points, "But I think I played better model, now being designedand I
I The Tornadoes selections to Director. Drawer, Your McCuHoch Dealer PiUtki
fought back Danny Parker led the tourney / FOR SALE-5 room house 710 Lemon St. -
making 13 of 16 baskets and against Lake City as far as rebounding built, will have further : 100,.Starke .Fla": Florida Saw Co. 19th DrIve
to a 15-12 .first period 1 lead champs with 19 points I j Apply in person and 1 land with several Furniture
9 for 9 and hustle is con- improvements incorporated in acre N. East: Fla. 6- Repaired,
perfect i Gainesville
shooting a | 1:30: to 4:30: USO
the p.m.
i but scrappy Blue Devils, while Olen Hodge bucketed 15 I ,
baskets. the second half. cerned," the big man says. Of i it by a good industrial de the Danny forw'ard (rear]. Negro, adults contact bearing pecan trees. Cash or 3411. tfchg Upholstered & Refinished
on shooting. of points and. Jay,Gools-i, terms can be'arranged. Located -- -
: "You don't get much better his speciality, rebounding, Er- signer. Prof.
i Parker I Thompkins. RJE High OWN YOUR HOME! No 3IATTRESS2S REBUI1M
Jay Goolsby, by 12. Attesting to the Tornadoes ,
Stark'eBrownlee
4J2 miles west of
I
.,. than that," his coach com- nest says that getting positionon Gase foresees that the ; -i .nool tfchg I closing cost. Low monthly
and Olen Hodge, evened the inability to get the ball
: f off Road. If inter- New Innerspringa
:mented.H other players is the most Picturegraph will find use inj payments. Also houses and
I I score at 20-20 with two minutes to: their tall men is the fact I ested call 964-1975. 12,26i I
"He usually gets his points important factor. many engineering, offices and remaining in the second that center. John Williams Insurance Problems?, __ tchg h __._ __, apartments for rent. See W. and Box Springs

; the hard way-by rebounding," About this year's Tornado architectural firms designing : period. 1 scored only 11 points and for- : Call The Man-- From- --- i'FOR RENT Kingsley Lake H. Nollman. Starke. tfchg Drop Us A Cud or CaD

Coach Land says, but against team Ernest says, "We've really I and drafting rooms': and especially I 'Starke's "TRAVELERS"George hem?. Nicely famished well '- -I II
'' PALATKA FA 5-9181
Harold Bishop hit ward Ernest Jenkins 8. For- FOR SALE3 bedroom, 2'
Bolles the tall forward hit improved a lot and we have in plants where hrated, garage, pier and boat- !
1 I a jump shot from the side : ward Harold Bishop was high: ', E. LaRue, bath; concrete block house on'I STARKE 964.5934
shots from all around the another year's experience, I pictorial illustrations arc M-'se. Monthly or yearly
I Jump and guard'Robert Moody added ; for th Tornadoes with 13 ; Keystone Heights Agt. Fnr I tfc-o lots. Hardwood floors and'' AIRS. PEG r SHALLEX.St&rke .
basket as well. think we've really got a heckof needed. '*p;:. Available January 1.
I ; a charity,shot tQ give the I points and guard Richard "Traveler j Ins. Cern pan1e. central heating. New South-1 Agent
I Besides being a regular on a team. Jenkins predicts "Pictures are being used I TeL ..1 -41\9\ ::-\n Carl Johns, 964-4201 or I
I Tornadoes a 23-20 halftime Hobbs had 12. Day, side school. Phone 964-9933 ,
the Tornado cage team which !that the Tornadoes will lose no more and more in today's 64-0741.? tfchg I -U
I 473-4325 Nites.
lead however.As I In Cove's preliminarywin 12 9
estab- more than seven ball games this I Green i L._.__ _2tp !
has so far this, season [ highly industrial and competitive -, 'Auto Fire Home lIslnf'C' ,, I
half '
second play opened over Fernandina Friday COINS BOUGHT WANTEDTo lease buy
lished a 6-2 record, Ernest is !season, "and we have as muc.1 market where time is FOR RENT 3 be Iroom CP" or
i both teams added two pointsto I Parker also led his team ithJ! -Monthly Payment Plan EXCHANGEDI : acreage for fill dirt pur-
chance to to state tournament
also an honor student at BHS. I go ( money and waste of any nature unshed nous? on F ,
) team in this I make it 25-22 Starke before ; 18, points? Meaders had 13j Available Pav current market valnr poses. Will pay cash. Call W.
He is a member of the Beta as any is frowned upon," Gase aura St. $50 per mo. in ad-
consecutive baskets by and Goolsby 12. Ronnie .Sapp tf.Chgt; for old coins;, Indian Head T. Billy Jackson 964-4011,
area.
I Club with an A-average. Jenk- says. "The Picturgraph will I -anc; H. V KruWtfch '
I Green, Cove's Parker and led Fernandina with 14_ and \ Pennies Gold Coins, Commemoratives --'-- --------- Csntral Truck Lines tfcht
Teams that Ernest looks to ) '
ins proved: his scholastic ability 1 fill a need of andsuperv1sors _.
engineers XO'TAXES
FOR 1964 TRY DIADAX tb'Hs! [Formerly - ---- -
I l
Hodge gave the Blue Devils a Mike Cook had 12. 1he_ .gane "Icdals.
lastyear's .
for trouble are Perry, :
he scored 483
this when 'in.management FOR RENT
year : Furnished >-
If DEX-A-DIFT
,1 act quck fan ] Nev
you and
I 26-25 lead. Sticking to the was tied 26rall at halftime.but Denver R. Devrlck
of a possible 500'points on the district champions, and and production, assembY: ; oartment at of store. 321
or rear
"
this formrlar !
I t very nice two bed room'frame name same on
I Tornadoes like burrs the Blue '
Green Cove pulled away D &W Supply
,.Palatka. he has : Auto ,
Perry, .
senior placement test, higher says I' fields, because everyone sees house 'with' C Wr MITCHELL'S DRUC N. Temple Aye Call 959.2911.
Devils never gave up whenStarke's gradually. [ complett'liv. 516 E. Brownlee St ,
four of their starting five back .
than any Bradford High student the same picture, but not always I Room. STORE 6 bI'e tfchf
Ernest i bad rooms anc1
and Palatka "is credited with I tall Jenkins. In Starke's win over Bolles tfchg .
has scored.Of blue, .
I the same lines on a kitchen
fuUy furnished in- '
gave histeam. a 29-28 lead opening'night' big Ernest Jen-
Jenkins' on'the "always having a good team. RENT-2 bed-
ability USE FOR
After Saturday night, the tall l print. with 4:06: remaining in the kins led his teammates with eluding elec. ''frig.; space f FOR SALE LAKE GENEyAINDUSTRIES
basketball court, however, unfurnish-xi.! Walkin:
: In time effort and money om
I third period. 28 pojnts while center John |. heater and, elec. pump. Abou: mix
forward have Ready concrete, concreU
might a commentor '
Office.
Coach Land Post
says, "Throughout Gase estimates that he has at stance to ::1
two about troupe from !I, The teams exchanged baskets -, Williams had 14. ;, 1 mile from City Limits o" ,,>, tfchg block house plers, sand. ceo .
the he's the most 964-2521.
years least $50,000 already "invested" : -me- ;
:
_ ,
paved highwav An excellen'.buy. MOBILE HOMES
Green Cove too! until Green Cove's The consolatton contest Sat- aent. mortar mix. rocs steel
improved ball player on the in his invention. This Includes ers dumped one to Mead-I urday: 'niht saw Fernandina for '$5.250.00. WF. BUY PECANS Tolpaid. 1' ejrgter shell limer-vk, roo' AUTO SALES' '

club, and as far as his scoring seven years of work- team a 34-32 lead which they down .Boll s 47-39 to .tak -A._ J., Thomas,' .Raltor "':!-.s ., Warehouse- In.nd ravel, Bntels. BRADFORD USED FURNITURE '

28 points against Bolles, he Invention ToBePushed he started developing the device never relinquished. ,Parker third place inh tourney DR. T. G. RITCH- ----- -. '\\d.lo. Gainesville.'I ENGR. CO., Phone 964-2521 AND APPLIANCES 1
did I
finally came through and in 1956-for a total of starke.
f'lnner's Mutual Exchange. tfch
added ----- ?
'i
'I
: another Blue Devil Mike Cook. led the Pirates
I I wanted him to," ErI I NEWLY : "Always TJelow Market
Mwhat \ I $35,000 in man hours; cash DECORATED turn Phone' Fr. 2-1095, 216 N. W. I
basket with 1:19: left in the with 18 points and forward
I nest's modest comment on his i iI expended, around $4,000; and I ishtd apartments., ()n and i and CLEAN"
third to make it 36-32.1 I Hornbuckle led Bolles 10th Are. Gainesville tfehs FOR SALE 1 kP oil
period Jon -- osfne
\
I "Guess L just had I two bedrooms. Reasonable '
improvement \ time and effort in exploring 'I __ OBEY That\ Impulse
: Improve." I With a 38-35. lead going into with 11. Lights[ and water furnished"Contact I I' heater Fin condition. 1 Office
the most room to the market potential 15000. FOR s.LEUed plywood "Drive Little gave
a '
the final period Green Cove Tournament play leaves the : 431 Center, St or C rd Index Fil" 1 larg"i ,
The tall cager played briefly I 5c' like new, 1 "
However he onsiders the invention sit. ft. Lavatories
Continued began to freeze the ball and Tornadoes with a 6-2 record phoae 964-1191- 964-6551.,: i wood heater. Abstos Shinlps a Lot!
: [ from Page 1]'I' ,
the
on varsity as a sophomore, worth much I $10 n h. Medicine cabinets,
first he had I actually cashed in on several foul shots i over all. They won the1" only : trcntlFOR I, :'Hot Church window:., AH! bar Lake Genera Mobile Home
;; the year ever II more than that now that ti I !i I $3 each. Good used lumber, .
..played basketball, and became i couraging and it was decided!' the to I"as the Tornadoes fought 'for conference gam they have RENT Pleasant. CQUI\- used plumbing supplIes Jackson -| i;' .131:1)!:' nriccs. Apply Cow and Park

a regular last year as a junior. !!1. to talk seriously about term 11''I seems duction.on way pro- possession. I. .played 46-44 over St. Augustine. -I try home. Phone' 964-8121''::I Building Supply, Starke Tabernacle office. tfch 1 mi. South 'of Keystone

:25le: had never played on any : of agreement.A !I i Coach Land's cagers actual- :rhe Tornadoes tesum.[after'5, not Sunday. 3tp 1226 tfcbg BE SURE- -- TO- -SEE---World Book : Heights on Hiway 100 It

corporation was decided! ly stole the, ball long enough regular season play January ,
] i
before .
basketball team
kind of
-New business re'burini
FOR LEASE
; Licenses be! ether ,Encyclopedia.
out !i upon as..the best means of II |Marriage to win but they missed the I i 3 when they meet Live Oak in:r I I FOR RENT -Partially furnished any .
: ,he went as a sophomore.
building at 224. E. Washington M. A. Fame
tall I financing, and a sizable, g-I j i I basket as,.they took shots from.: a conference game here. I i 2 bedroom house. All I your
'v "They just told me I was ;, mount was subscribed bY! the Two couples applied for St. Space for private. offices !I! inside. Easy. local renreswitative since 1956 :.Complete Plumb jng
newly painted
and ought to go out, Ernest maniage licenses here duringthe ![ or living quarters. Am.:! P O. Box fi03 Phone 964-3794 '

says of teammates Richard backed present the eight venture.members Under who '' past week. They were: Carol Phipps 'Florida Special' i''pIe 1 parking space in" rear. I .walking town. Phone: distance 964-2521.or down tfcu: -_ _' --- --tfclvPEYTON Installation & Repair*
1 Year Guarantee New
Hobbs and John Williams who 1 terms of the agreement. Gaseis ;,I Russell Henry Raulerson, 20, f fPhone.I -964-0013 tfchg FLORIST on

influenced him to try basketbalL he has- I to conduct, further developments 1 and Edythe Pauline Armstrong Hostess To On TV Show j I I WANT Ride to Gain vijle t FOR SALE--Solid rubber tile: ll' S. THOMPSON ST. tallatl\tn5\ \ I,-
Appear
three
In the years i and improvements to i: 18. both of Starke, from Starke or Raiford'S'day* 3 8" thick. Beautiful colors. ,' Phone 96-l-%j.3l Jflte ot Day

been out for basketball Ernest I the device along with other I and Howard Henry Larson week 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Phone i!f Direct from factory at' prices PHONE 564-4155

has become what Coach Land worthy ,ideas .and items that : Eva Belle Lawson. 56. both of Miss Carol Phipps, daughter (\board. I 964- 60'. ejrt. U2-W.. Up jou can afford. r 1. R. Judd.;; '1CJfl.9613891. or 969-102' A. L. MEKSEREAU
terms "the most aggressive of I I of Chaplain Charles L. Phipns -She impersonating a '
i'of
JOHNS
are to be added to the line of Lake City. appears :1 I WANTED .-.. Night man t) 127 Lafayette St- Phone 964- DISTLNCTIVE FLOWERS and EDWIN
Starke will appear on the surfboard rider who invented i ii 595 1.- Call etenn-3. tfchsA. I Iu I We Wire Flower Anywhere 'I i-BSSS BSSSS BSS B BKlBMB MViBVm l B BBI

television. program 'To Tell ,a type of pants which :are'worn i work at Thoni Station U:* 5.f' --I II I! tfchs!i JFOR!; SALE ,S f. 35.ft*Liberty

the Truth.'* Monday, Dec. 30, :by surfers. The real contestant 301 ,Nortli-iartjor lull. time.} C.: SL.'DELicem.'d." ; _:. --::=:::: ![Trailer. Excellent for roup'e.
-
oRIb'o The show, which originates" !i is a student from the"Univer Apply in person. ltp nli'mb and buiT'er! county For Monuments" Phone! Keystone Heights 473-
THE BRADFORD.. COUNTY TELEGRAPH
from New York airs at 3 i,sity of :Florida. FUR RENT-3 bedroom hoq:! wide. Three wayso sate yoi 4731.

; TM i ESTABLISHED 1879 'o'clock in the afternoon. .and is < A* panel' of four stars will ,. with bath on Route 1. CaU: money by tH., hur. job o?'t Markers. Etc. --.----- ---- -
I For Sals Blooming Pot
U' U) C. L. MATTHEWS, EDITOR AND PuaLttHERP'LOAIDA' presented on CBS station Wj- 'try"to "guess which of three 969.1081.2tu' '' 1'3' -".,*:<.pr. Phone 'Maxnla! : 'CALL- Plants. Pansy, '

0 XT, Channel Four. people is the true surfer,. anda ----- '2S9-4431 6tp 19 Petunias,
;
o' [ One and 2 badroam tI1ers _
calendula Snap Dragon. Afeo
c:> 1963 OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED rCoNTINUQUSLY I Miss Phipps formerly of prize of $1,000-to be divided For Rent. Cfi u b" rcov"1 on-, I I' G. S. Newcomb shrubbery-Mrs., V. R. Ferguson .
OFFICE MACHINES:
.14 UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD Jacksonville, is now working'*as amongthethr e. is possible I : Phone 964-0591
lot B wn'1 ,
IO { own J.
your Railord Road north of
a hostess with the Seaboard four incorrect guesses are I : CLEAN'ED REPAIRED i -- -- -

PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED As SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THI Coastline Railroad on the luxury j.made. 964-1651.. _, 2tChTl- 23}t STARKE' TYPE.VRIT: I BULUNGTOX APPLIANCES I Starke. Phone. .964-557l.'tfcfci
( I --- -- -
POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLA. UNDER ACT Or MARCH a. t87S train "Florida Special I Miss Phipps was given the : ZIP "CODE STAMPS TOR'' : SERVICE Good used refrigerators, teleVision WANT2D Experienced sec-

i and resides in Miami She was1givenr i[honor of appearing on TV te-:SALE AT BRADFORD CQUNITYJTELEGRAPH Rt. 1, Box 51, Lawtejr !, washers, radios etc retary. Shorthand aiid trains
six MONTHS .
IN TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $3.50 a a $2.00 ( the chance toappear([Cause she.WaA.. flom.FlMida, m_-.-:..::::.II i ii -- ------- tf Guaranteed operating order. I essential. Write P. O. Box

OUTSIDE TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $4.00 SIX MONTHS $2.25 .i while touring the Eastern Sea-.and, more able to give a little i EARL GOODMAN *. L. H, GIBSON Uchg 790, Starke. tfchj.ta.J.




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HOMECOMING were entered by most classes! .
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HUGE SUCCESS and clubs of the school, also 1 i! '. [U'iT\' v
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Hooiecomii.s events at RJE the elementary department,;I .m kJlil .
High School last Thursday Anderson Junior High of Law- i I I! I\ t' I
were a huge success, from the tey, and Thurston School cf : S : !'..:
spectacular .parads: in the Lincoln City i II ; !, FrESH
afternoon::: to the basketball: Altogether, it was a very II I I V! d NatuaIIy

games and presentation of the successful Homecoming and !I } r 11IU 1 !
1 U. E OYr ANU GIADfDr
Queen and het'CJilit that: one that will be long rem:m- rr
night. b:red by all who took part. I
\S Both the' boys and: girls CHURCH NEWS: II
basketball teams won their Greater Bethlehem FreeWill I .; s D r B j v
J
games over Callahan: the Baptist Church schedule: I r.1r? 3
\ boys by a score of 65 to:: 61, Monday night, Choir No, 1 :
t and the girls by 3S to 24.Mfcs' will! hold', rehearsal.: .Tuesday !

RJE, Ruby Revell of night, Story Hour, Wedmsda .
r the 12th grade, and: her attendants night, Prayer Meeting. Thursday +V STEAKS

Winifred Sherman night, Choir NO.2 and STO icr E KS .
and Barbara: Hankerson, were Ladies Circle metiig Friday

presented as a highlight at I night, Prater Band. All members .... Sirloin S8
intermission during the gams. and friends are ihvitw QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED t tFUll

Also presented at the gams : to attend these services. Rev. PRICES GOOD THRU "' : YtA le .
were members cf the 19C3 Lcuis McKay pastor. DECEMBER 28TH CUT BONELESS STEAKS ::
championship RJE basketball: Jehovah's Witnesses: Local .
team: Julius Chandler, Charlie delegates, headed by the con S WINN-DIXIE STORES INC COPYRIGHT 1983 _
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Alfred Jackson Griffin Edwin Robinson, and McCollum gregation overseer were among, Willie the E. REG. 59 ti SMALL MEATY RoundesLB.88 ;'

f The parade through the 708 in attendance at the Bibli1 -
downtown section was: very School and Training Assemblyheld SAVE 7t EACH LIBBY FRUIT '
I
impressive, containing about In Selden: Park Audi- A
15 units and led by tin RJE torium. Dec. 13-15. in Bruna- i 303 Cans $1. S. R I'BSCocktailS STEAKSbone 98

band in their beautiful new wick, Ga. The district supervisor pare' ,, LB. .
uniforms. Some of the floats W. Anderson, a repre-

were "cut of this world" and ?entative of the Watchtower: SAVE IVit EACH THRIFTY MAID CS orWK _____ LEANER, FRESHER GROUND, 10(3( % PURE BEEF : *

I from brought the many comPlimentf.1 York Bible was& Tract the main Society speaker.of Nevi ( 9 $ 98 "I
:

,t f :OTICK. TO I1KFKMI. opmbcr. 1963.Charles I! orn II i 303Can I C r. Bee' 5 PKG. 1 'a,;

f In rirnilt C'liurt. Bradford (U:J L)
('..uat""". Florida In Cbnncrr.r. 1 A. Darbv. SAVE 160 CORN OIL W-D BRAND CORNED :
< IHI> \(I. ) -3tD! Clerk of the Circuit Court
VU-rtlenna Mae Milliard By Janet X. C'1rtfor. I). C I LB.
Plaintiff VR. Charles James 12/12 4t 1/2 MalOla| Quart 49 f ,
Milliard.Defendant.Defendant. Beef LB. 59 fj
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XOTICK TO APPEAR CARD OF THANKS F 4p r- 0 Q
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To: Chailea: James IlPliard!: We wish to thank .o.
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everyon
U. S S. Holland, AS :32. S2 DI- Yellow Solids Elgin '
vision.3.4783142.New York X. Y. C. S. shown for the us following many the kindnesses loss of a. ,- _' ._ : :Y; ::\, .A ---j! '. I'
You are hereby notified thata r- "" I
suit for Divorce has been our home and most cfour pos ..Ju ..
fWd against: you In the-,.a ov.' sessions by fire recently. We 1 "
Io! named Court and, C ajisa and,you appreciate everything that L' I .:. SM KED 1 BOB WHITE 9 '; N
are required to serves coiSy of a+
I your answer' or pleading to the was done more than words; ; ..5' *.t- 1I
complaint r.n. the PlaiaJifTs can express, and will alwaysbe
I 1 Attorney Green, Green linen
, Starke Florida, arid file] "'t11" grateful for your assis-
I original in the office of the tance.Vernon, Mary, and 1 S ";=
I Clerk of the Circuit' Court on SVCD rr
I or before the 13th dpy of JintiarF. Linda Fcrsyth.
I t. 1963: otherwise' rh<> alllJ'ations >- S I
of said! Complaint wKi TilE RIGIIT POINT for the } 1
' be taken as confessed by vnu way you writ*. Come in and '
This notice shall be nubH -1!-
r ed once each work for four a 4"4''f T"ttT f'''yoritl' ESTER L.V'w :
I
,' consecutive weeks in Bradford
the
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nROOK Fountain J'f'n. TELEGRAPH. 5
s i County TVejrraph. I .
f' Dated this 10th day of De-
''I't
f t, -- Limit 2 with $5.00 order or more. .1 BACON

1j 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH ONE PKG.
i
n .' Grackin Good Traeis Lb. 3BC

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I'I.'f 4i{l "s i *1r '11 a r1t >a rl :af! A' 'i _a, TONGUE 1 1 ___

'" *.*. 59 Extra&tf Green Stamps *"" IN /1 1 _;r S MORTON FROZEN Chicken, Beef, Turkey

} WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF TEETHONErLBrPKr.FjPEELED 1l S

I f U '.,. --THE ATOPENING R EJ ", Pan: Red! Shrimp'a DEYEINCQ I OU3'LB. S 3 I 1 1 1 PlLBG': S Pot Pies 6 FOR $ e


, -n GOOOSTHRU DECEMBER 28TH "
1 CYPRESS GARDENS FROZEN FLORIDA:
AT ANY WlNti-DIXIE
TIME
31 .a. .,, ., r r 42f 1 I Orange Juice 4 P
t 6oz.
MONDAY. THROUGH FRIDAY I l i sl. r s 1 I cans 99f !

6:45 P.M.I.I -- ---..:.. -.-1. _._ ''--': .- 'sor .,.""""" ",,,',__ ___ ...,.,_----u__.._._......_ ...._
I SATURDAY 1:00 SUNDAY 2:00 :; --' -" '
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WED., THURS., FRI. .. DEC. 25, 26, 27 Extra /:. Green Stamps SAVE Ot EACH FLAGA Limit 2 with $5 order or more ., -
WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF a

I. Five 6-oz. CANS FROZEN MINUTE MAID r ,
"r
, '. \\FfHEfLm !. EfTS SfXApPE R! ;,; Orange GOOD Dsiigfit 2k: ; 19 5'y* ", }, r Zyt,.

THRU DECEMBER 2STH
0
j 4 EG Id 1 r cdl dEli< : Ytff E F ".L L T ihYuEpit *
'f ; AT ANY WINN-DIXIE SAVE 60 EACH DIXIE DARLING '
LONG
. : i. JAMSS )f GRAIN : '
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, ::rI WITH THIS'COUPON AND PURCHASE OF g

.,. .. li UfIRr! .' it fit; f :\ .\::..:\ I FROZEN 8 14-
'. .1 l '. Gold King Onion
Rings oz.s U. -S Number 1 White
1.. '). :.. 2:. ....._. _:':', .L.l.ht.Mln2 I t .. Bo ,
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I .ma. DECEMBER ZSTH -

33 AT ANY WINN-DIXIE SAVE 140 EACH LIBBY Limit 2 Please
t l r Ib. r M ,r I PO TAT 0 ES
SATURDAY DECEMBER 28 I t E i : > rr.f r

DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM 't2-oz'
I
I lr r, t 1 rl r d ornea beet bk
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Ps vt rws JNBJ f1 i 50 WITH Extra THIS COUPON WC AND Green PURCHASE Stamps'I OF' SAVE 5K20 EACH VAN CAMP Limit 3 with $5. food order p' M LB.

>W I
ONE FROZEN CHUN KING BAG
"* ffUil i P I1Vlglld I _, Dinner For Three or & 300 S y.- S

con
GOOD THRU DECEMBER ZSTH ,
AT ANY WINN DIXIE FRESH GOLDEN RIPEBananas ,
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3a SAVE 80 EACH .. OSAGE FREESTONE Limit 2 Please


.. ECzrncoLOR LB, 91.
I Eir l U ar d'w iR! kf '(Ai L t A ii n No. 2% CAN ,
9 II
II E4"r'I K "
Fail
I 1 ( 50 Extra&*C Green Stamps {""";f"'tJ'..>!.::.}ij'"rjflfJ... A'J7.f' '; ..1J + .. 'hJ"' -/ ,.
u".Y".v""z. ;;; .i".P'" '""" :f_._..4'f.. ,. ._ ;_... \... '<: :!
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I WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
Ii -. :.;.'* .,... .. ,
FOUR NO. i/a CANS LIGHT MEAT ltm; t .. .<. .
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i PLUSt ,. ;;'tf { /
Blue Bay Chunk Tuna -,' ; 44 .
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1 GOOD THRU DECEMBER ISTHAT f". > .. ''4 / J ./I ti

ANY WINN-DIXIE r {>
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i t I t 1 g GREEN STAMPS IBLUE or WHITE ARROW t r 1Jb VACUUM PACKED I : .


d A}KITES Rn PrckEs A I'-saol' Eiaa SO Exlra<2W Green StarapsVITH ht' Detergent Astor Coffee "

) i \ THIS COUPON, AND PURCHASE OF :. : y
ONE 46-oz. JAR DEEP SOUTH 'I

) SUN., MON., TUES. DEC. 29, 30, 11 i Peanut Butler s sI g. + 2 .
;
GIANT BOX S
GOOD THRU DECEMBER SETH 1-LB. CAN

I THE; I JrERMATi NiltY i 36 AT ANY WINN-DIXIE .r d ( ; SAVE 11. 5' -t4 Gi .I SAVE a 10 IF; ? .

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ACLthza HIT i i dht r : d ...-.; DETERGENT. SaVe '21'0 111 FOLGER'S Save 120


THE ,;tr s i; 50 WITH Exlra THIS COUPON' f AND Cresn PURCHASE Starapsfe OF : 1 Tide i GIANT 53e I Coffee 1-LD. 59 ,

f ONE LARGE BOTTLE .
,- LocAft3t=B7 i Aika Seltzer'j .I P' Limit 1 with $5.00 food, I Limit 1 with $5.00 or :

DAY order or more. 0/ food< order.
U77S 41 KTSXXKO.W.STA.VSI I GOOD THRU DECEMBER ISTHAT .' : f more .
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p llAII..1ftI tJtjy CC. :BZT ltyA.V Rs I d y 2h Car7hYa I ANY WINN-DIXIE _

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I PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. TJIUKSIUY, DEC. 26. 1963
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11 Funeral j Services : /L '

.. -
Held Merchants
: Sunday : _'" t iffimmI I I

I 'F.or Mrs. McKinney ; ,. nRI01 1!

I FREE EXTRA "_-" I
I = 4 Mrs. Lizzie Moody McKin- : MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS :
n y.79, of Stark died in a > I t W1b11MIS eoueon AHIII'IIICHAa' Of Ir

r. .Jacksonville...... hospital Friday ; \ J AI l JUST WONDERFUL :
evening, December 20. follow- : HAIR SPRAY -
31'
ins an extended illness. 'M.amVr I .I
.. IO1E SI..tS YOU 1ClIV1 too to\It wsawslRESOLVED. .
---.IIOGMIH ..
!
12.31 3I --- -
She was born in Bradford
Ccunty on June 17, 1884 and .---------------------
i t 1 had lived here all her life. ST6UX 1OW .
Mrs. McKinney was the z b I Merdlards ll!

: : daughter of the late Samuel; I aztl[twos\ 1
\ and Cindy Brooks Moody-anc* \ \ I J tQA I FREE; :: EXTRA: i

f : was a member of the First .NII W" : .. 1 V/ !!' DiY iMERCHAt! CREEN SWMPS I ;
I .. Christian Church of Starke. \ cat.a+1 uo 1UICIUt1" I
__ ANY
: 2-PAK CHUN KING I
I
\ Surviving are four daughters -_- e? .11I.UERIBBO' QU4PORK ; l tW FROZEN PRODUCTS '
I ) \N g EDS ,
.' V ) 7/ vuEr
: Mis. Pearl Thomas o A V / 13 1 Exetp Dlwl.f lac 3 32
J J, Lake Butler, Mrs. Eunice Wil LEAN ,M. J;; ..I.. ,. :.oomo.oloncs..ea..iOUIMtIlAII----- "'1ft.12.31-63.---...I \
PRICES GOOD THRU '
t of Starke Mrs. Lula Slade '
son : RED MARASCHINO .
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t "of Hampton and M's. Edna THE WEEKEND I ) ) : I eama e -
E Prevatt of Islamorada,. FJa /'j ) BtJ S"i1 IJ lOexiPHFll .2ge. I h 11
RIGHTS t I
:two sons: Roy and Laurie McKtflfey QUANTITY RESERVED :
.. both of Starke; one _- HORMEL I ttt NSUtr s
FREE EXTRA8ERCHAHTS :
:brpt er: Barney Moody oflake 120 CANS' 1
2 89 GREEN Ij
w STAMPS
I Wales; one sister, Mrs: rI : I VimiHISCOUMHAICMIKMAStOr' I
. 'Fronie Johns of A Auburndale COLD KING FROZEN 2-8ox
H I L I
LDALEHAWAl1ANSICEp 1 I
:17 grandchildren and 24 4 1 "'':..'Y:- \>, '$ x f I ONION RINGS PKCS I

'great-grandchildren. /7' f: : ., :-. ...h, Plr mAPPLE 4 CANS | 33 :
*'. Services were at the First ROASTINGCHICKENS .,. .M.tOOOION tO M sows OU KCIIVf M1H YOM MJKIUIf..
------12-31.63.---.
Christian Church of Starke ;: MARTI STUFFED .
sa OP EARL J
"on Sunday afternoon with '
Rev.-Bob Badgett, minister of ;: OllVts3/4.&aucm29C
: jJ' !
.,.... iI-i!
the Starke church', and Rev. ALL FOOD FAIR/SETZER'S STORES : I I.
.G F. Dance pastor of Lake .. ( BURMA SALTED. I FREE EXTRA '
WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY'JANUARY
''Butler Christian Church officiating. : STAMPS :
Ft11X ED NUTS MERCHANTS GREEN
: Burial followed in M NEW YEARS / ,:' T I NtI I yQI1MIScQ\lfOtlAHII allf I

.the.... family plot in McKinney; :. LB.. LIBBY'S PINEAPPLE.GRAPRFRUJT : I t4j G IU Lady Fair 2 Pound :I
; f
.
Cemetery' under direction o' : .. F
v.WHOLE..
: .' nDIHff $' O 0 1 I rm Holiday Fruit Cake 341
32 O: CANS t
Witt C. Jones Funera" 1rr..xprtt
'". *::':"," ;:. : sf fWRt &i it. -"AIIOUIONIOMSIAMfSWOUIfCIMYOOIf\.llC, II-31.63.--.-...
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'Home. AReS.MEAI.: :'t ,. ;<<*<>'< _%& .._
.: jy rr.r---.----rDT10NALNEW.YE ----

J '"ttETRA, { ; .SM KfD: :,: i '"' _Merdunts_ I!

I >OTK: TO \ppi\n. <:"1:"::-:". ':-: .: :. ?: : MZNrnUMMMERCHANTS I
THE STATE OP FLORIDA TO: FREE EXTRA '
WILLIE ERNEST.AVILLIAMSand TQNGUE.N : :':', .".. .._ .$500'OR.MORE.f-QO. D'ORDER. >" \' ,+'t' ..'':.\'slv?;: .t.lj .!tIt., 113...t 1to1! I I I
\ .pH ,, GREEN STAMPS
U)U1SK WILLIAMS: nuwknout u '1JIH..OIJT.: :," / .p ''-' ':..> : : ;1l{: ': i" "t.1.l''P *,''W+
as LOUKQ! ;: WIT.L'AMSFAUGETT . .; : {f; nm nut COUPON AND NKHAU ofII I
whose residency and FARMER GRAY THICK SLICED I LB CUP MAYFAIR
iQI
post off lie addreitari are un-, "'" ,i I.
I
..S-Jl"inn'n.are hereby notified that BACON 2 lB 8ge! iiII j i t. \ rt'tt1 COTTAGE CHEESE 35
... BLUE RIBBON QUALITY WESTERN BEEF ipnts1..n+paslnMraasourorc. st
a petition has been filed in the : : :.=: OD IU 14.11.A1 .*
"iiKhlh Florida Judicial in and Cifcult for Bradford Courtof GREENDELL FROZEN ( m C

A for' unty the, ad.Florida)utkn, of In Italy Chancery noy CUBE AKSR69i:: .< mrll 1
CHU. |
.Willjams. You .are required tne < c T BBSS El!
bt- a copy of your answers or R 'iV a-r
ubje"X 'Hon. lt.In street Care G.GainesvilleFlorida ldard, 111W. MAYFAIRNEW IMP R OYED LB __ : FREE EXTRA [\ I

\f *, and, attorney to file for the-petitioner original COT.CHEESi <.* 29! c \ ; MERCHANTS GREEN, STAMPS, ; !
thereof in the office of the. BLUE RIBBON QUALITY BONELESS CHUCK : I KE7 oo1ro t ss a nKlup a I
t clerk' of raid Court on or)1> I ; tI>lI! STEEL AND 4)iez)
t fore January 24, 1984. or a decree I '' ftQ t '
ARMOUR STAR BONELESS BQISf < : COPPER CLEANER I
\ )pro eonfesso will be enterttl _
y against you. I CAN BAM 4 $298 .,x i'' .4 se>.fa J u *.JLDOmOM. TO NC VUm YOU HCfM' WIN KK*HlCIUtf 3&
WJTXKSJ my hand and th- I LB CAW .- rI i ----.raouatl2.31.63..r..d
I float of aid Court In Starke, ; BLUE RJBBON QUALITY BONELESS BEEF
'Florida, thin ISth day: of ,!)*' I
oeinber.CHAKLEg 1S6J.! ,A' DAJICY. ., MEATY, WHITE SMALL .. 7 1 ; e ffW GROUND CHUNKS OR LB 6ge. e .
Clerk of Circuit Cunrt e 5LBa29
SHRIM 69 .
Bradford' County, Ftvrjti I .. BOX O ; : s '' n BLUE RIBBON QUALITY ROUND BONE
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Ity Janet X CarterDeputy I t rrlB
ClerV ,' I : ., {. ROAST 59'"L6'
U-=Ii. 4t JKHISPEED ; :: \ LB
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: BLUE RIBBON QUALITY CHUCK

1ot ""ftet __ BONELESS '25V' BIUE .: Sf EAK 591;
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iEBSpi'jftMKse :
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LB
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t'66 BONELESS SMOKED't. \ BLUE RIBBON QUALITY FRESHGRCJUND[
SQUARES" ", ; ----
CQN ; $189
i .gI A : 1 lEEr 5 LBS
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RECAP
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r Firestone t HI PAS CAN

"500" l. .

PremiumRubber I II 1 I hii
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i FRESH LEAFY R'c- t x. f ix, 16 OZ
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OXl3f 7.95. : r # A CAN

650xI3 7,95750x1d CABBAGE "l
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820xl5 10.95 !IA
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Exch. Plus Tax .
Whitewalls 1.00 extraTOM'S


SHELL _. HOLIDAY SPECIAL GINGER ALE OR CLUB SODA

I SINGLETON FROZEN BREADED''p' \ .'

435 E. Madison ,
VMaifii
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Phone 964-8551 c WHITE IRISH 1001 PKG s a .r ,>, BIG

i ...... YAHLSU4G FROZEN 28 OZBOTTLE
CRINKLE CUT FRENCH FRIED '* ; t, ,-- 1

,: POTATOES. ::29( I'-,

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j o ,O. SAG I THIN SLICED PULLMAN

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about t this question:

*We were mighty glad to '
CINNAMON, PLAIN or POWDERED
have your Homeowners PKC
t 11 e Y, OF 12
Policy when our luggage,! .' ,
camera, and sports equip' \ -.: 1 11. $ t1 s 1 1'r REGULAR 251< VALUE /
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ment were stolen on our

trip. Did this policy, which

includes theft at home and -'-- _. -, ..:" ;.' ;rr-' .3.f7-? ." .* ,. g' .

away from home, cost HE FAMILY .FAVORITE: .- --- ;:;. '"ff THE SOAP OF BEAUTIFUL WOMEN -:t.'A'j KEEPS WASHABLES LOVaY'. "QUICK, EASY TO USE DETERGENT- ., .

about separate 20 policies% less than the IVORYSOAP LARGE SIZE 2/33? CAMAY' .8 BARS ATN e.; IVORY SNOW -_J LARGE PKG 35 DASH t' GIANT SIRE .79 r-

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IT'S EASY TO BE lOVELY WITH DISHES SHINE WITHOUT WIPING r LIQUID CLEANER THAT ClEANS EVERY '
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Charley Agency E. Johns' IVORYSOAP MEDIU SIZE M lOi ZEST .. ::: 7 'BARS BATH 2/41$- DREFT -- ----, GIANT; 83i? MR. CLEAN --- i KING'Sl ZE j93i



131 PHONE S. Walnut 964-0121 St. THE SOAP n-SEASYTOBELOVaYWlTH- ',. NOTHING--- CLEANS- LIKE. fHE CLEANSER- -THAT--CLEANS TWICE.AS FASt. I IA
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SOFTER, SMOOTHER,.SKIN__ _WITH.,,, i: lEAVES ClOTHES SOFTER GET WHITE.. THINGS WHITE REYNOLDS HEAVY DUTY

t,, MA y SAR REG S 2/21 IVORY FLAKES LARGESIZE 3%& QXYDOl t GIANT SIZE 83? ALUMINUM FQll IS 67$ :


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STAIIKP; FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DEC._26,_1963 -

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i 2, Starke has completed a I I .
I Christmas Time At State Prison 'jI > 12-week combat vehicle fuel

t l SERVICE MEN and electrical systems course I,I,, .

U I Pretty Much Like Anywhere Else I under the Reserve Forces Art :

it AND WOMEN program at the Army Ordn-
I
'
I The spirit of Christmas nate. Mothers, fathers, wives,I ance Center, Aberdeen Proving
I isn't too much different inside hildren: brothers and sisters I I I. Ground, Md. He is scheduledto Christmas
I I a prison: than "outside", according ire welcome. An average of I il I.I I complete his military obli- Cherry
gation with the 622nd Ordnance
-
to Florida State 100 to 500 people visit the
I 1 Prison Assistant Supt. L. E. prison) on Christmas. Tech. Sgt. Marcell Thomas. Co. in Starke. A 1962 ];

Dugger. Prisoners can also select whose wife Mary. is the .h graduate of Bradford County I, 1' ,t 1r
High School, Pvt. attended
Sapp -
I State Prison inmates cele- resents to give to others daughter ot Mrs. Elsie L.
'' Bradley of Route 1, Starke, the St. Johns River I = .
brate Christmas almost like 'rom the handcraft shop, or ,
Junior College in Palatka.I. I I
has arrived at Keesler AF3
anyone else does with they can make presents for I! r
'I Christmas trees, presents, a heir;, friends and family. Miss. after a tour of duty in llt
Christmas Germany. He has been as- ___._... ___ _____ "___ ______ 1 1t !
church program, A Christmas dinner with "' '-y -- -w---' .
I 'tr : ,, ,
I and a family visit. 'all the trimmings" is servedn signed the Air Training t e L..."..":-.::.,'.' rc' r s
Command's 3380th Consolidated 'M' t
Inmates have Christmas [,'. ,
a i the, 'afternoon. Dinner this ,* .. t
Airman Robert D. I Ik
Hollings-
Aircraft Maintenance $v"
program each year: with carols year starts off with" tomato .,
and the Christ story. This j uice'co'cktall; and a'relish Squadron ,at K esIer. worth ,son cf Mr; and Mrs. .f.( :

I year, on Thursday Dec. 19, t tI ;;ray ;plus a* fresh .fruit dish.Turkey Woody W. Hollingsworth of a $
Starke, is being reassigned to Iii '
I their Christmas program will : with giblet gravy gar- Twenty matches are schedulejfor ),
Amarillo Y
be held in the include AFB Texas for technical j 'Ji' w
I prison audi- limed ;with cranberry sauce, the 25th. They ,
I training as a U. S. Air .Zf
torium. :Slides will be showdepictin'g i s the main; dish, accompan- basketball volleyball, and boxing : '!' r

"" I the story.of Christ's ed by..bread dressing, snow- Force aircraft maintenance f"y'. ;",..,,. s n&
specialist. Hollingsworth attended -, .t ', ". ",
Let us reneW : birth, riarrated by inmates lake,potatoes :buttered En. There are 2,800 inmates to : \ >'''t:,"' "' .i Alay your Yule>
:ish all Bradford County High rfj
\V
w you a I with the prison choir singingappropriate rlish: peas creamed "com, hot celebrate} Christmas at Rat- 1"i- :l lr ltl i stocking be (ill*
School, and recenly completed: f.*' ''W'I1
I the glory' of most'Merry,Holiday I carols. One inmate TOSS: buns; and whipped but ford this year >' \;', ed with joy, love
basic Air ,Force training at ,...".. .
I will sing, a.solo. "Tha: 'jI xer.;; ,Dessert sfeatures- pumpdn'pie'and Does Santa: Claus visit..the'prison \ '.).< I and peace.To Jill P(
and and oYrWinkler'Electric Lackland AFB. Texas. ..' ',
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"Almost all of the prisoners (:Christmas: a at the prison.. I.for that. and'Mrs. Eldon'Sapp of Route foraMerryYuic.Harold .
-------- Airman William
Volley L. Starling, ;. attend the program. After all. .. W. Stal
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i; Starke, Fla. ',- : Inc.MERRY C. Stalnaker of Brooker, is h.$
said.The being reassigned to MacDill k
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specialist. He is 1963
inmates. Each different section a gradu-
of the prison has a tree I j I I y. rt Fy T ry ate of Bradford County High

and all the hospital floor:: I'; School, and recently completed 1
Il basic AF training at Lack-

l have"There one.is also a large tree I land AFB. Texas. C Wall AgencyGEORGE

in the family visiting area. We ,
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ger said. Army Specialist-4 Bert E.
On Christmas Eve, each McGee of Starke was awarded ELAINE COLSON JUDY EDWARDS

t prisoner is given a gift box the Good: Conduct Medalin I
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i containing five packs of cigarettes I November while serving

handkerchief, nuts I with'the 1st Armored Divisionat

apples and oranges. I, Fort Hood Texas. A driverin
"The reason we give prisoners I t, I Co. C of the division's 5th I
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a present is so that everyone -; I Battalion, 6th Infantry. Mc- '.
will receive something..' I Gee received the award for

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majority receive present and fidelity as a soldier inactive i .
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from home that are mailed to service. A 1958 graduate | h
them. But, we don't want any- ..k': i If I of BHS McGee attended the I :

I'I one to be left out," Dugger : I! St. Johns River Junior College y>w ; 15w, vma f." r: i

said I tR I and was employed by the Du- / 3 -'

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mate's: immediate family can I g'Y. I Ip.dt I the Army. He is the son of I

I visit him at the prison from I Mr. and Mrs. Walker McGee

9 a. m. until 3 p. m. The I' .I i and is married to the former
family can bring a picnic 1; -' : Beverly Chapman of Starke.

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J'AGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARVE FLORIDA TIIURSDAT, DEC. 26, 1363:

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11. I Pole lamps can be arranged i Ealdwin High School Auditorium ;City, Mr. and Mrs. Richard''New Jersey, after a visit with i I to The Things' That Are Be-
I with shade turned to direct last Thursday night.I Norman, and son of Highland, his parents, Mr. and Mrs HarI I fore" [Phil. 313141. Evening,
i 1.. C. the light, against walls, and t Coach Abinger introduced all Mr. and .Mrs. Roy Waters and ry Padgett. j i I I "Christ. And 'Hln t-Crucifi d"

Home ceiling while you're teleview, !to the audience and everyone I family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wat- Friends. of :Mrs. Walden of I [1 Cor. 2:2].
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y t. a mg. I sang the national anthem. The 'I ers of Jacksonville, and Mr.: I Jacksonville, a former'Maxville Schedule of regular services:

CIWIISiMA5I Cornice or valance lighting; I j band played three songs and and Mrs John Waters. : resident, will regret to ;earn Worship, II a. m.; 7:30: p. m.
DemonstrationNotes as well as wall-bracket lamps,i the 7th and 8th grades sang j I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson 'II that she is a patient at St. | Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.

create a pleasant environment\Christmas songs. Numbers ''II I and family left Thursday to j Vincent's Hospital in Jackson- ; Training Union, 6:15 p. m.
: for watching television. were also presented by the i I visit friends and relatives in i iDa j ville. ; Prayer Meeting each Wednesday .
ANOTHER YEAR :Majorettes and the Glee Club. Ii ::tona. j| Mrs. Harry Padgett received I Ii 7:30: p. m. [Omitted Dec. ;
Friends this wraps .up an- Linda Galloway sang "0 Holy I Mr. and ilrs. Larry Milton itipatment j i at Bradford Cou-ity''! 251.
CHEE} By Dorothy Ross other year of the column. We '''I'Night" with the Glee Club i:and daughter, :Mr. and Mrs. |[Hospital last week j
do appreciate comments joining in the chorus. The Riley Rhoden and family, and
Home Demonstration Agent your many \ I THE RIGHT POINT for toe !
I '; I We just hope, that program closed with group Mr. and Mrs Raulerson, all of j,I FIRST BAPTIST I I'I way you :write. Come in and !'
I I, we've been of some help to singing of Christmas carols. I St Augustine, visited Mr. and i' CHURCH I
select favorite ESTER-
each of you and if we can be:PERSONALS Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham and 'I I Rev. 1V. A. Hogan, Pastor your !
t. I I \ I BROOK,Fountain Pea TEXJE-
FREEZINGUTS nor removes dirt. of service to you this coming Spending last weekend with family over the weekend. I, Sermons for Sunday Dec. '!
(.. : With a record crop of pecans -I Wash nuts quickly and drain. bright new year, please con- Mrs. Dorothy .ters were :Mr. :Mrs. Avory Slade and daughter -129: Morning, "Reaching Forth GRAPH. .
r in the offing, home- When dry, crack the .shells tact us. The phone is 964-2865 and Mrs. Ed Waters and Mr. I visited 3Irs. Jewel Griffin .J
/ .makers would do well to consider and remove the meats. Pact and the post office box is 267. and Mrs. Jack Waters and and new baby last Wednesday..1!
1 4 i freezing some for the nut meats tightly in frozen Starke. ,family of Jacksonville, and Mrs Martha Hatten of Jack- :;' k
1 I rest of the year. food containers or POlYethylene -I A sincere Happy and Sara Richard Norman and son of sonv'lle! is staying with Mrs.l ;. ", ,. vt
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I Tree nuts are especially easy bags of at least 1% New Year to you and yours! I Highland. Mary Mosley while the Parkers ,
to freeze. Just be sure the nutmeats mil strength. Seal securely, I II I Ray Barber, son of :Mr. and ; are in Kentucky for the .t. ir4.e k.,

., y.< I are as clean as possible. I II Store at zero degrees for'no, fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTl Mrs. E. A. Barber, is home on holidays.Cliff I\ \ \\
I Freezing neither kills bacteria i I II longer than a year. leave from Texas. After the Slade, son of Mr. and t 1
s x i ti I I I TIMELY TIPS MAX VILLE holidays he will be stationed :Mrs. Avory Slade, was treated .
i Roses may be pruned at this at Homestead.. by a Jacksonville doctor J ,
time. Remove only dead, Christmas'dinner guests of last Thursday for scarlet fev- ,
By Mrs. A- C. Slade
weak, or diseased canes. Se- I Mrs. Dorothy Waters.and son 'er. <, 4 t
vere pruning of plants is not I IAAA111LAAWAAl Lu. Roger, were" Mr. 'and Mrs. Bill j t Ernest Padgett and, family' 1 '
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., i recommended.The I{CHRISTMAS ,PARTY \Roinson an4'daughter-! Lake have returned to their home ins | V s 1 1H (!

average person in India AT J w .d i
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May Christmas .'consumes about a dime'sworth I s mA: !
I Teachers,. parents, and students \ ,. '
I of ': of food a day. An American | enjoyed-a,Christmas parity I '". -'. --i '.I{
to each
bring eats $1.07 worth, the I last Friday afternoon from : .." ;.' ," S t.It
: our many friends U. S. Department of Agriculture -. C\\l to 2:30 at the Maxville ,! .II
1 says. May this help you school. Dancing, singing, and )
joy and happiness. t to think before wasting food. games were, enjoyed by .the I I < I
F ;: TilE 4-H SPIRIT children in each room, and holiday i '' : 1t-- :/
i The Heart comes into Us! ( refreshments were served. I 1

,. : | own during the Christmas I! Mrs. Miller, the school bus I Ii c f
j season with the H's for ,Head,driver i} carried a bus load of .
Starke Builder's Supplies Inc. I Hands and Health serving .as i Maxville pupils to the Jacksonville : r te I
I helpers to the 4-H spirit Children's Museum for thea ,
Whenever 4-Her's carry out 'annual party last Saturday. af- : ": y aE, ..td
Phone9611201Starke, Fla. : service. to the community 'CH]- ternoon. The Junior .League ; t I
/ I to an individual in if.or merelj f(puppeteers presented a special 1,

I I say, "Merry .Christmas yoi holiday, performance, and each !
1. : from 4-H," club members 'art! child assisted in making a :
I practicing the philosophy ol f: |Christmas favor that could be 'S
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( .'. : ,. ," We take thisopportunity and courage abundant be given --'had their Christmas Tree last : ; t;

"! i to all who work for a work m1 Friday night with presents and ; ; .
t to of reason and understandin r fruit for all. The Christmas \
lPeatt that the good that lies, ,ii 1 program was held Sunday i
: May your thank you all. 'r I 1 every man's heart may day b:, night at the "church. i CHRI
day be magnified that,, met PTA CONCERT ,.A TML4S I
onI k home be filled 'I will come to see more clear:. The Baldwin: Band. Glee I I ? av7Y

W. T. Jackson not that which divides them' Club, and 7th and. 8th grade I
8 with greathappiness. I but that which unites them". pupils held a concert in the I
lEart11 Builder's Supplies i That each hour may bring ui 5 '
I : ,i closer to a final victory no t and thanks for your wonderful( patron-

I of nation over nation, but c IIi X X &EST w.
man over his own evils am( : / (jvWISHES given us. Our sinc r&''',w1sh. is that
; weaknesses. That the trui I ) fOR / j.
I spirit of this Christmas Sea- 'I I3i CDerru) Christmas this cordial relationship -will continue j

\ I son-its joy, its beauty, it,, :' >
I hope-and above all its abiding xl %. the
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II I 1 I' N faith-may live among.us. NTo .
I That the blessings ,of peace I N\ wish each of you' all the 4-' ( I .& ....:.l.
I be ours-the peace' to bull d( :: .
:w f joys-andiblessings: -of Christmas.
From All Of Us At :
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.L you checked the:light Charley E. Johns Agency

a rte; ing in your television area: GRETA BOWEN FKANKE BONNETTE ,
lately? To protect 'your family 131 'South'Valnut St. Phone 964-0121
I vision be sure to provid; DOYLE THOMAS
general lighting in the' T\I
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or even low level if you wishfor ,
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don't turn them out. A tele-

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the light'or' .
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room. With no other lightingthe I "

strong contrast bewee'i I Christmas time bea '. .
the bright screen and the dart! .
Above all a guide this, day.
we hope ,
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surroundings is extremely tir ,
I Edwards Grocery & Market your Yule will be 1 ing to the eyes. I, ". .
J Lights should:: be placed behind I
the happiest ever j : ; Lawson'sMarket
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA .
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THURSDAY," DEC. '26* 19G3 -r II

class letters have been sent questing this action. age up to 16. were in desper- I I viewer, William A. Hurlbur, I II I I tober the highest ever. reported .!'acres burned. Acres blizedjawaj I Ili
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Christmas 'Vo/ume/ At. Post Office 1 his said "Bradford Hospital ..here. The previous, bias last year totaled
through the postoffice., : Torode commented that he ate need of being home to' 1 I County li j One "fire was reported for'la'st"'reek' 1
collected during
"We do expect more< first had owned the lot for sometime care for them. should be an example to was 6720.70 -' near Keystone'Heights
and wasn't going to take The board based its rejection institutions of similar size and September. '
Running i Below Par So Far class letters this year than I I west of State Road t ti
demonstrationof Other towns in :the area reporting -
nature for the
last however. A lot of busi any chances so he decided to in part on Griffis' record four acres.
'destroying
ahead with the building. before 1960, citing con- effective management I gains were: Lawtey i 1100
Starlce residents are "slow"in chilies here with more parsons nesses meters are These using stamps postage won'. go Other building permits issu- victions in the 1930's for cat- skills and the providing of ]I; 597.89; Brooker; $249i29: ; Fire-Wc' Cost Goes 1'p It

mailing'p a c k a'g es'and trading at home rather than be can'celed at the office ed this week included one' for tle theft and assault. excellent hospital services Hampton. $244.89; Keyston'* The Forest Service also sail

in ,nr: a"'i,, 1 i n I g packages ordering giftsAnother Jackson said. I I a $20,000 home in Green Acres throughout Florida. The cooperation Heights 1496.28; Lake Butler fire-line: plowing costs will go ,

and Christmas cards this year, indication that the here I by Kenneth Grider. There was between the admin- $1.566.84; Green Cope,up one dollar on Jan. 1. The

as compared to, the, last holi- Christmas mailing rush has of Jackson ZIP code also numbers.urges the He said use I II II I |also one plumbing permit and I High PraiseIFor istration, medical staff and Springs 4008.19 Penney it cost of plowing' lines for property -

day season, Assistant. Post not hit full force, yet is mail : lone permit for installing a department heads is com Farms $70,18; and Waldo : owners has been $8 an
the office has complete
post a '
master Blake Jackson, sail handling man-hours that list and that could I j house trailer. I Hospital mendable. 41451. I hour,but, starting next monthit
anyone
yesterday. postoffice'workers have put in i I This hospital operates independently { willc st"$9 an honr.
obtain number by callingthe
"list' year people seemedto here. So far, 862 man-hour? postoffice.a GriffisTurned In ReportHigh in its fiscal oper- [Fewer Forest, The Service said this was due
b'e' mailing packages and have been spent handling {Roy / ation and is expanding in'size Ito increased operational' costs
"ZIP numbers:; are a big help
cards much earlier" Jackson Christmas mail and regular Brad- and services. The bylaws and Fires This Year of:caterpillars and tractors used -
should include the
to) us. Everyone praise for I
said.The' I mail since Dec. .1. Last .year at them in address books for Down ford County Hospital was regulations are very well writ- \For Bradford to plow the lines.
parcel for 1 this time, 1,025 hours had ten and are utilized to tha I Wire lines are plowed on a
next year, and write his own sounded in the report on a
Starke's postoffice from Dec. been spent by postal workers. ZIP number on return ad \(For PardonThe recent survey made by the fullest in the operation of the I The Florida Forest Service',cost- basis' Dispatcher Dale i

1 until now is 2,397 packages II The, canceling machine dresses." Charles Wiggins American Hospital Associa- hospital. The administrationis reports 108 per cent less forest ''Slyer said. "The complimentary

against 3,744 packages received ,showing how essentially centralized but fires in Bradford this ;15 minutes of fire plowing foranyproperty
many
readings "Packages and letters with Promoted To State Board of Par tion. The survey was made in County .,I
In the sam'e'period last first class stamps have been includes well trained and than last, with 84"tires owner is still in
.- I ZIP numbers are distributed dons has rejected a petition connection with data being i,year I .
year, Jackson said ,this couid canceled is about the same as faster" he said. Chief TechnicianCharles seeking a pardon or paroh for compiled for the Ford Foun- capable heads. so far in 1963 to 182 for last ''effect for this fiscal ;ear until -

indicate better shooping faWe I last year. Around 67.000 first The postofifce aleo urge I Roy Griffis a former residen dation which is interested in "The management of this year. '; June 30 1964," Myer said.Esterbrook .

uss of 5cent* Christmas Tre L. Wiggins son of of Bradford County who in[ fact-finding on the operationof hospital represents truly the Acreage burned .this year \
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wig voluntary non-profit system Carttldn and
was 549.4 while last
Stamps. Jackson said "When 1960 sentenced to life im year
was hospitals in the U, S. I
., gins of Brooker has been pro- of hospital care in this coun:saw almost three times? I Fountain Pens $1.95 $2.95 -
Alvarez Store ;, a card goes first class we can prisonment for second degree many 1
The data will be used in "
moted to Chief Dental Technician try. \ 1345 at The TELEGRAPH.
forward it. It will receive preferred murder in Brevard County.
U.S.N. at the U. S. making comparisons whereby
handling and if thz Griffis was convicted of
Naval Dental School National individual hospitals might Receives I
: sender's return address is cit Naval Medical Center. killing a Titusville tavern benefit from national find- City{ I
it will come back." owner during a fight. Priorto :I
The comments are bas-Record $7,030
and Bill Bethesda, lid. ings.
Alyce Other tips for Christmas that while living in Bradford -
I Chief Wiggins enlisted in ed on interpretations of the MERRY CHRISTMAS pi
; mailers are: Don't mail monej t- County he was charged with!From Smoke Tax o
Graham and Kids the Navy in 1948 and recently surveyer in accordance I
1 in Christmas gifts or parcels. in connection with the mys I
of
-' duty overall standards operationin
returned from four years'
WISH YOU Use money orders or checks, terious slaying of a Starke The City of Starke received 1
Naval Base hospitals throughout the
the U. S. .
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2. Insure 7030.32 in cigarette tax collections
gifts and register Negro Robert Tison but was ,
i Cuba. He country.In .
ONE AND ALL QuanLanamo Bay
letters rof real value. 3. Maik acquitted. The Negro's bad" for the month of Oc-
'J of Bradford his comments the red -
is graduate
I delicate parcels "fragile," and a had been found covered with I
County High School and i is '.
fodstufs "perishable"; : 4. Wrap pine branches, on a woods
i married to the former Joey
road near Fairbanks. Griffiswas I .
Ward of Gainesville. They
reported to have been in 0
1EiI have three children.
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Torode Given Sen. Charley E. Johns

N :Permit For, pleaded with the pardon board :: "
for Griffis' release from prison. ? !

j New Station He said the man's wife :Irr \ 1

t- and nine children, ranging in ,
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+ y over $20,000 will be built next \
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a very
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9 es r v ir John A. Torode local Shell Oil .-x 1 II II I I R wp

? wish you a .7 dealer. II I

The building: permit was tak I MerryI

f gift, : of! great en out Monday for the six- I!

pump station. Torode said the
this Yule.
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joy I A Merry ChristmasAnd Y station will be a ranch style I I II r
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affair with brick walls and the II I Ii 1
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iv latest facilities. i
Sam Rosenbergt ++: Vu
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it as soon as possible after the : +. I
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first of the year. I haven't I
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'1 worked out all the finishing .
I II II -.. touches yet, such as whether to e'heraldthe.season

have antique ''brick on the wallsor .
plain brick," Torode said. To our good friendswe I with song and gratitude

I Peace be with : The City Council adopted an Christmas joy send salutationsfor i '
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for frttll shp.I
L all ordinance Tuesday night effective fill the and a glorious yule I your
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this Holy time. service station construction 'lri +fflas hearts of everyone.

t'i III tion within in 450 the feet city.of another Torode was sta- J. E. Hardy !, Denmark Furniture Company


r : Doyle The Cleaner I spokesman for the group re- Betty's Tot ShopHello Auto Sales !I Starke, Florida

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S : er -= District 5 Xo. 3, Tbuessa, Commissioner Distrlft f[ Section 50, Township 5, South Starke tlience run.north along Commencing at the intersection Bradford-AIachua county line. taining to the publication of
Csli f Xor Good Clean MRS. JPSSJE JCIIASTAIJy Range 11 East apd the Bradford -" the easterly of tbe
No. HanTpton. [ pqupdary of StteRoad 100 and the thence run easterly along the the change and revisions aa
Kara. Jty *& or WpeL'AQBrtsg Commissioner District No. 4. Election Precinit No. 11 S i! t Union 'county line (iCew1 City of Starke to.5 Its intersection count? graded road known as Bradford-AIachua county line reflected by this resolution, and
RUSSELL II. OUBEN CommiPgjaMF Hampton,' Commissioner District River) thence TUB- wuth along with Alligator Canal, the Meng's Dairy Road, thence to the west line of Section 33, approved hy this Board, THAT,
Vot toTO Te1rspb Pistrict.JJo. 5. Jo. Hampton.. said section line, and extension thence run. along the westerly run southeasterly along State Township 7 South, Range 21 L a certified copy of this resolution -
George Roberts Commissioner Election Precinct No. 12, Lipi thereof. 'to Stare Itoad 1%. course of Alligator Canal to Road 100 to Its intersection Cast thence run north along be transmitted to the
1 ,. District NoS, offered and coin City Commissioner District thence run nouth a&teriy alyjig the- southeast corner'of Lot with State Road 18, thence run said section line, and extension L Bradford County Telegraph,
IATi BID 9V moved the loption of th* a- No. Hampton.. StateRo'ad l.QO to Us intersection Eight ((8) Blanding SubDivision easterly and southerly, follow thereof, to State Road 18, them-e Starke, Flouda. for publication
STATE PURCHASING bove entitled resolution follow Election Precinct No. ISA.Raweil. with Pratt Street, themcrun' tlijfticf. run westerly along ing the southernmost right-of- run northeasterly along State therein, in its issues of December -
S COMMISfllOV"Competitive ing herewith: Commissioner District north and east on Pratt the south line of Lot Eight way of State Road 18, to its Road 1$ to State Road 227, 12. IS63 December 19, 1963,
Sealed Bids will WHEREAS at the regular No. 5 Brooker. Street to }ts intersection with (8) Blinding Sub-Division to intersection with the Bradford- continuing: northeasterly on December 26, 1963, and the
b :rIv4 by .the DlvJsipn until 10:09' A.it.tST Commissioners held on Mon Oraham, Commissioner District on 'Orange Street to Its inter St Glair Streets, continuing south, along the Bradford-Clay with State Road 225. the issue of January 2, 1964.
on date shown for the day, November 4. 1963. Charles No. Brooker.. section'with Call Street theme westerly long Jacksop Street county line to the Putnam thence run northwesterly on 4. THAT,. a certified copy of
S taJe.of Aiir&lus property. Hardy, the duly authorised Election Precinct No. 14. run easterly along Call Street to Us intersection with the Sea county line thence run west State Road 225 to its intersection this resolution be transmitted
January 3.i 1864 Pine Pulp consultant, to and for fhU Sapipao Commissioner District to Peasant Road,' thence run board Airline Railroad thence along the Putnam county line with the Seaboard Airline to Honorable D. W Starling
A:.Wood S Board, presented "for the ap- No- Brooker.. east along Bessant Road to the run northerly along the Sea to the Bradford-Alacbua county Railroad, the said point of be Chairman, Board of Public Instruction
$14, Ulapks, Conditions and protal of this body a plan, to S Election Precinct No. ISA easterly boundary of the City board Airline Railroad to its line, thence run northerly and ginning. Bradford County,
Specifications may be, obtained sub-divide eaph of the CoUnty Brooker. Commissioner District of Starke. thence run north a- intersection with Adklns Street, westerly along the BradfonlAlacbua Election Precinct >o. 14 -S Lawtey. Florida, and to Honor
from State Purchasing Commis- Commissioner Districts of Brad No. S BrookerElectlsn long the easterly boundary of thenee run westerly *Iongr Ad- county line to its intersection an.pun; able Harmon P. Morgan Super
fie*,, piviajpn of Institution, ford C9iinty-PordA! | Into thre Precinct No. 15B, the City of,Starke "to" If s intersection kins Street to Its intersection with thev >Kt line Commencing at the point of intendent of Public Instruction,
Stale Office Building. Bloxham <3) ftlectlon precincts far each New River. Commissioner District with Alligator Canal. with State Road 200 (Temple of Section 22, Township 8 intersection of the Seaboard and ex-officio Secretary Board
Street Wing, Roora-B32, Tal- of the said districts. In request No. S- rooker.S thence follow the westerly course Avenue), thence run northerly South Range 2? East, thence Airline Railroad and the west of Public Instruction Bradford
t4Sla1e'' Flpr. ju i log 'the.1 Board'4 -approvalof EXHIBIT KO. 4 Of Alligator Canal to the north along State Road 209 (Temple run north along said section line of Range 21 East, thence County. Starke. Florida, for
: 4' Ralph R, Siller V2l lf precinct Ulan Mr. Hardy Map of "the City of Starke, east corner of Lot Xine ((9)Blandjng ) Avenue) to Its intersection line, and extension thereof, to run northeasterly along the any appropriate action that the
t Executive Director. specifically excluded the boundaries Bradford county Florida, dated Sub-Division, thence with State Road 16 (Brownlee State Rog T 18. thence run west Seaboard Airline Railroad ta Board of Public Instruction
S S It 12-2 of each of the precincts I960, as compiled by Merrill G.McMillan run westerly along the north Street, thenre run easterly erly along State Road 13 to its Its intersection with Epperson may determine to make .in compliance
u Ty within the city limits of Starke. S ,. Registered Land Surveyor line, of Lot Nine (9) Blinding alone State Road 16 (Brownlee intersection with the county Road, thence run north on Ep- with the provisions
NOTK'K 6V SALR Florida. Whereupon this plan N0. 391. to pictorially Sub-division the intersection Street) to its intersection with graded road beginning in Section person Road to Its intersection and the conditions of Chapter
Notice U hereby.. Driven that was approved with the follow indicate, and to extend the of Jackson and St. CJair the Seaboard Airline Railroad, 28. Township 7 South with Francis Street, thence 230. Section 230.061.Florid. !
pursuant ,oa Final Decree of ing exceptions noted: boundaries of certain election Streets, continuing westerly a- thence run northerly along the Range, 22 East, thence run run westerly along Francis Statute pertaining to the
FoYdck wr entered In cause S 1. That the recommended precincts within the city limits long Jackson Street to the Seaboard Seaboard Airline Railroad to northerly along said graded Street to its intersection with County School Board Member
? lumbered 18887in 'the Circuit Election Precinct 15 of Comm*< of Starke, Florida,, and to pro Airline* Railroad, thence the north line of Township 6 road to its Intersection with Pratt Street, thence run west Residence Districjs.
Court Pf Bradford County, slonei* District N'o. 5, be further vide the detail not otherwise rpu northerly along the Seaboard South, thence run :east along the Meng's Dairy Road, thence and south on Pratt Street to 5. To effect the orderly regis
S .. Florida, I will 6)1) the property sub.4ividk4 thtp Election. Preclncr indicated on or by Exhibit No. Airline Railroad to Its the north line of Township 6 run east along the Meng's State Road 100. thence rue tration of the qualified electors -
situated in Bradford. :county. 1S-A and Election Precinct 3. The, Election Precincts so intersection with 'Adklns Street South_ to the Bradford-Clay Dairy Road to its Intersection northwesterly along State Road of Bradford County, Florida. -
Florida S described as: 13-B. This to be ac- extended within the city limits thence run westerly along Adkins county line thence run south with State Road ]00, the said 100 to its intersection with the and to comply with the requirements
Part of Section 33. Township auiuplisiifd by establishing of Stark Florida, are as fol- Street to Its intersection along the Bradford-Clay county point of -beginning.Klrrtlou west line of Range 21 East, of Chapter 97, Sec
S -mitti-: Ran 12 astatot State Road 225 from its iflttr-, Jows; S wjth State Road 200 (Temple line to the ,eouthermn rightof Precinct No. 11Hamptons thence run south along the tion 97.091, Florida Statutes.
t cofded in Official Kecorcs BookS section with the Seaboard Election Precinct' No. 3. Avenue), thence run northerly way of State Road 18.the. west line of Range 21 East to pertaining to the resident-
13. Pace 83. except that part Airline Railroad to ia biter- Crawford Commissioner District along State Road 2QO (Temple said point of beginning. Commencing at the point of its intersection with the Sea qualifications of electors, and
T recorded In .Official Record section* with State Road 23? Ii No. I Lawtey. Avenue) to Farmers Market In Compliance With the Pro- intersection of the west line of board Airline Railroad the the election precinct in which
Book 20. Pace 231. .public. record the divisional boundary there- Election Precinct No. 4. Road, tljence run' wester'' a- yiclons Of Chapter 124 Florida Section 22. Township 8 South, said point of beginning. residence is maintained THAT
of Bradford-County Florl-, fpr. S Legion Hall, Commissioner District long Farmers Market Ioad ty Statutes, County Commissioner Range 22 East and the Brad- Election Precinct >o. 15-A- a certified copy of this rcsolution '
S 4a.at :* That the boundary of No. .2-Bayless. SElection State Road 16. thence run District No. 3 Blanding. is ford-Alachoa county line. lirwkrri be transmitted to Mrs
poblld "sale; to the highest County Commissioner District Precinct No. 5. northwesterly""along State Road further sub-divided" Into three thence run north along said Jeneva It. Flynn, Supervisor of
and beat bidder fw.cash, at the 16 to* the 'Bradford-Union (3) election precincts as follows Commencing at the point of
No. 4 be changed from State Pleasant Grove. Commissioner .county section line and extension of the Bradford- Registration, Bradford County,
tnalti front door of the Bradford Road 100 to the aouthermost District No.. Bayless.. line (New River), thence : thereof to State Road 18, convergence Union county line (New River) Starke, Florida whereby no
County Courthouse in Starke, right-of-way of State Road 18 Election precinct No. 7, Re run southwesterly along theBi'dfordUnIon Election Precinct No. 7 thence run westerly along State and the Bradfi>rd-Alachua further delay will be -expert*
Florida, between HQ3; a. ra. to the east line of Bradford no. Commissioner District No county line to Reno. S Road 18 to its intersection with ) enced in properly registering
county Hne (Santa Fe River)
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S axtd2OOp. m. on Monday, County Florida and that the Blanding.. the west ma 'of Section "33. Election Precinct No. j-Sea- the county graded road begin thence -northeasterly) along the electors of Bradford County
4 uary. 13. 1964. S District lines si .C.PUDJty JS/M/ r Electjpn .Precinct Na. i. Seaboard Township 5 South, Range 21 board. ning in Section 28. Township the Bradford-Union line in the revised election precincts
4 (Court Seal) East the said point of begin Election Precinct No. S Key 7 22 county as herein tiis
missioner District No. 3 and Commissioner District $South Range East thence to the west line of Section 21. provided by | ry-
II CHARLES, DARBT County Commissioner District No. Blanding.. ning. S stone. S run northerly along said graded Township 6 South, Range 20 solution. S
I CLERK CIUPCIT COURT No. 4 be changed to conform Election Precinct Np. 9, Keystone In Compliance'With Tha Provisions the said precincts being road to its intersection with East, thence run south 'alone: 6. THAT, a certified copy of
tly Janet/11. Carter
Ii sS thereto. S Commissioner District Of Chapter 124 Florida wholly 'confined within the Meng's Dairy Road, thence run said section line, and extension this resolution lie transmitted
,1 Deputy CUrkOOLDMAX PRESSER & WHEREAS, at a special call No. Blanding.. Statutes, County Commissioner boundaries of County Commissioner westerly along Meng's Dairy thereof, to the south line of to Honorable Warren >I. Good
SI ed meeting beld bjr the Board of Election Precinct No 12, Lincoln District No. 2-Bayless, is fur District No. 3, and the Road to its intersection w'tli Towneliip fi South t'a rur rich, Democratic State Chairnan. -
S. S LEWIS 84$ Florida National BankS County Commissioners on Wed City Commissioner District ther sub'-livided into three (3) boundaries for each are herewith State Road 221 thence rur. east along the south li ir ut Democratic Executive
Jacksonville 2. FlorlV nesday. November 6. 1963. two No. Hamptpn.. election precincts' follow:" separately described: northwesterly along State Road Township 6 South to the wept Committee of FlorIda Post-
Building. S (3) additional changes were Election Precinct No. ISA, Election Precinct No. 4 Election Precinct >o. 7 2Jl to its Intersection with line of Range 21 East, thence office Drawer 1520, Bra'denton,
I A j- made by thjs Board to the precinct Rowell, Commissioner District Legion HaltElection Reno: State Road 200 (US 33D, thence run south along the west line Florida, and to Honorable L. II.
S 1224t 1/U plan previously approved No. 5-rBrooker.Electloi Precinct No. 5- Commencing at the point of run northerly along State Road of Range 21 East to the Brad Futch, Chairman, Bradford
: .SALfe on November 4th, up to, but Precinct No. 14, Pleasant Grove. intersection of the north line 200 (US' 30))) to its intersection ford-AIachua county line, County Democratic Executive
KOTICE OP SHERIFFS not the $ Commissioner District with State Road 227 thence Committee, P. O. Box 806
UutI. including precinct ampson. -( Election Precfnct No. 6VanderbJU. of Township 6 South and the thence run northwesterly along
Notice I ti hereby givn of boundaries : within 'the cJty No. 5Rrpoker.THEREFORE .r' Seaboard Airline Railroad, run westerlv and southerly the Bradford-AIachua county Stflrke, Florida for their gui
.'P. D. Reddish as FJorid Sherl/f by limits ''of Starke. Forida., The I BE IT ..RE S the.said precincts being thence run southerly along the alone State Road 227 to State line to Its convergence with dance and use in accomplishing
I Bradford County, two (2) changes. made at :SOLVED by this body. The wholly confined within, the Seaboard Airline Railroad to its Road 18, 'continuing westerly the Bradford-Union county line, the necessary changes that will
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I virtue, of a Small Court. this meeting were a* fallows: Board pf County Commiasionerjs boundaries of County Comjaissioner !ntert=e<;tion with tatr.Road and southerly on State the said point of beginning. be required to he made as a result
Issued by Claims* I. That the easterly :boundary -*, / of the County of Bradford 5 District No. 2, and the 16 (Brownlee Street), thence Road 18 to'its Intersection with Election Precinct >o. 15-H- of the re-districting of
I In and for Bradford County *- of Precinct 13-B pf County, State of Florida in a regular boundaries for each are herewith run easterly along State Road the west line of Section 28. >cn Itltcri Bradford County. Florida, and
I gainst the real or personal pro Commissioner District No. 6 be meeting duly assembled do separately described: 16 to its Intersection with the Township T South, Range 21 to comply with the provisions
a petty or both of Jessie Lucille shifted from State Road 225 herewith accept and approve Election Pretlnet >'o. 4-Legion Bradford-Clay county line. East thence run south along Commencing at the point of and conditions of Chapter 103,
I Brown a/k/a Jessie Green and then to run from the Bradford -' Exhibit No. 1 and Exhibit No. Halls thence run north along the said section line, and extension intersection of the west line of Florida Statutes, generally, and
I Brown, have seized and have AJachua county line north 2. as applying the redistricting Commencing at the Intersection Bradford-CJay county line to thereof, to the Bradford-Ala- Range 21 East and the Brad for the local application of the
,S In Jnyr possession the following: along,the west Uoe of Sections of the County Commissioner of State Road 16 and the the north line of Township 6 chua county line, thence run ford-Union county line (New provisions of Section 103111.
described personal property 3) and 28, Township 7 South. Districts of Bradford county graded road kpown as South, thence run west alonsr southerly and easterly along River), thence run south to the Florida Statutes. ? >
o-fl5 S Range 21 East State Road County Florida and that Exhibit the Bradford-AIachua north line of Township 7 South. Crrtiriratp Of
to the Morgan fond, thence run the north line of Township C county KecomnirmiMlon
A lying Jf & W of Hwy No. 1$. T No. 3 and Exhibit No. 4. southeasterly along State Road South to its intersection with line to the west line of Section thence run west four miles to And Approval
I OlBnd S3 by Chambers, W by 2. That the Election Precinct-S as applying to the subdivisionof 16 to Farmers Market "Road. the Seaboard Airline Railroad, 22 Township 8 South Range the west line of Section 33. Suerisor Of RejclMratlon.limdford .
.I M&ek, N by McCashln, E by formerly known as No. T-New each of the County Commissioner thence run easterly along Farmers the said point 'of beginning. ,22 East, the said point of beginning. Township' 6 South, Range 20 fount. Florida
a Hwy 52612As River, be rstabIished.and. Districts into Election Market Road to State Election Precinct 2to. 8-Sea- East, thence run north along I. Jeneva M Flynn Super
I L the property of the above- re-numbered as Election Preclict Precincts therefor be likewise Road 200 (Temple Avenue). board: Election Precinct No. 12 said section line, and extension visor of Registration, Bradford
a named defendant and that on No. 15-B-New River, and accepted and approved, and in thence run southerly along Commencing at the intersection Lincoln City iCommencing thereof, to the Bradford-Union Cvunty, Florida, do hereby
' the'Uth day of January 19(4 said that portion of the precinct romance therewith that the State Road 200 (Temple Avenue of State Road 16 (Brown at the intersection county line (New Bivcr), thence certify that after due and diligent
I twelve: o'clock noon on north of State Road No. 100 to boundaries of each of the Commissioner ) Jo State Road 16 (Brown- lee Street) and' the Seaboard of- Can Street (State Road run northeasterly along the study and consideration
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I day, at the above location, be added to Commissioner Districts and the lee Street), thence run north Airline Railroad thence run 230) and Walnut Street, thence Bradford-Union county line to of that portion of this resolution
I will offer for sale and sell to District No.5, an4 that the district Election Pracincta, be as here westerly along: State Road 16 easterly along State Road 16 to run easterly along Call Street the west line of Range 21 East, reflecting the changes in
bidder cash in
I bindJhe .above: described pro- District No' 2 and Commissioner Couaty ConiBalMlofeer District of SWV4. Section 21, Township thence run south along the Street, thence run southerly It Further Resolved boundaries thereof, of the
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,, ptrty pf sal* ef/ nd.ant. to- District No.. 5 be changed X*. 1-Lawtey"Commencing 6 South. Range 22 East, thence Bradford-Clay Bounty line to along Water Street to State That All Resolutions And Parts County Commissioner Districts
te existing mortgage attacjmituit., to conform thereto. at the point of run west along the north 'line Its intersection with'j5tate Road Road 104 continuing southerly Of Resolutions In Conflict of Bradford County Florida
I S Batlify. baLd- wrH Reddish o< WHEREAS, 'CB October 8, Intersection of the north line of said quarter section, and extension 239, thence run westerly -alonij on_ State Road 100 to its inter Herewith Are Hereby Repeal and the designation of polling
4 .t; P. D.Reddish Sheriff 1S63, Mr. Hardy tequABitd: and of Township 6 South and the thereof, to State Road State Road 230 to the easterly section" with the county graded ed"Be places as described herein do
P. D. : 1-9 this board approved by resolution. Seaboard Airline Railroad, 229 (Brownlee Road) thence boundary of the City of Starke, road known as the Meng's It Further Resolved that, herewith, by my MgnatTp affixed -
I j .5; S 12/19 4t -privileged, reservation" ihejice tun east to the Brad run northwesterly along State thence run north along the easterly Dairy' Road thence run westerly In accordance with the provisions hereto, confirm my endorsement
*- to make any durable .ekange ford-Clay county line, thence ROad 229 (Brownlee Road) to boundary of the City ofStarte along _the Meng's Dairy of Chapter 9$, Section 98.031. and approval of such
"JIOTICK OK 1XTESTIOSSTO1 in any County Commissioner fun north along the Bradford- fhe county graded road known to Its Intersection with Road to its intersection with Florida Statutes 1963. the changes and designations, and
: REGISTER FICTITIOUS District within the city limit* Clay county line to the Brad- as tbe Marcus Conner Road. Alligator Canal, thence follow State Road 221, thence run following locations are here in compliance with the provisions -
4 V NAME Of $Urke kt) at would be nece s- ford-Baker county line, thence thence run northeasterly along tha. westerly, course of Alligator northwesterly along State Road with designated as the poll of Chapter SX, Section
I t Notice I ii hereby given that sary to harmpnize and egjiallte run' west along the Bradford- the Marcus Conner Road to Its Canal to the southeast corner 221 to its Intersection with ing place for each of the election 98.031, Florida Statutes, recommend
I tnbf undersigned, under UK pro the election precinct within the Baker county line to the Brad Intersection with the county of Lot Eight (8) Blanding Sub- with State Road 200 (US 301), precincts herein established without reservation, that
I, iJ8lo ofvChapter 2p,953 Laws city limits 'Starke. This "privileged ford-Union county line (New graded road known as the Division, thence run westerly thence run northeasterly" along : the Board of County Commissioners -
S M -P'jl4.a,5.cta of mi will reservation" was rftiuired Klfer), thence run southwesterly Hardshell Road thence run along the south line of Lot State Road 230 (US 3.01) to Election Precinct No. 1 Bradford County, Florida -
VlglsUr) with the Oerk of the eo that the balance along the Bradford Union .southeasterly along the Hard Eight (8) BInding Suh-Divis- Walnut Street In Starke, Florida Lawtey, City Hall of LawteyLawtey. concur, approve and adopt
Circuit Court. In and for Bradford could be maintained, insofar county line to its Intersection shell Road to its Intersection l tfi Jto. the intersection of Jack- thence run northerly along Florida. the same as herein provided
County, Florida, upon re- as possible, for each of the with State Road 1C, thence run with State 'Road 16 and tu* son and St. Clair Streets continuing Walnut Street to Its intersection Election Precinct No. 2.- for. '
S p&pZ.rX .D.Z puWLLQj( 9: County Commissioner DistrIcts* southeasterly along State Roai Morgan Rod, the said point of westerly on Jackson with Call Street (State Kelly- -Office of M. L, Turner Jeneva M. Flynn
I. this notice the fictitious name that minor boundary changes 16 to" its intersection with beginning. S I Street to the Seaboard Airline Road 2O), the said point of beginning Ijawtey, Florida Jeneva M. Flynn, Supervisor of
I Modern Products Co., under could be made in the Commissioner Farmers Market Road thence Klrc-tlo Precinct No. S-Pleasant Railroad 'then'ce ''ron ''northerly1 -; Election Precinct No. 3- Registration, Bradford County,
pf in business District lines in order to run easterly along Farmers Grate-, along the Seaboard Airline Coun1 jCumniii>*lon r DUt'lcio. Crawford Bradford County Florida
*' Sr, which we- are engaged$ reach a satisfactory polling Market Road to State Road 200 -S Commencing, at the Intersection Railroad to its intersection ,. S Broakeri Fair Building r North Temple After discussion and consideration -
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at I'd' O. Starke. p ,1 a c e for each precinct; (Temple Avenue), then?* run of State Road 225' and with Adkins Street, thence rur Commencing at the point of Avenue, Starke, Florida. of all references
..' 'prW, .* S. .provide the means to make southerly along- State Road, 2OO> State Rtfad 100, thence run westerly along Adkins Street convergence of the Brad ford rAlachua Election Precinct No. 4 exhibits, recommendations,
: i Itf'C: Henderson and 'C. P. a more equal distribution of the (Temple Avenue) to State Rjoa4 stmUuasterlF alopg State Roa4ICQ to its intersection with State County line (Santa Fe Legiorf Hall -Amer'fian- Legion boundaries, designations, and
I Wdrthjngton,>. p. jO. Box S6S, qualified electors for each election 1$ (Brownie* Street), thence to its intersection ,vltti Road 200' (Temple Avenue), River) and the Bradford-Union Building North Temple Aven.ie other facts hereto applying,
4 "*jir Vtorlda- > precinct -within the city run ,easterly pn State Road 16Bjrownke Pratt Street thence' run north thence run northerly along county line (New River), thence Starke, Florida. Jerome Johns, Commissioner,
I S. 5' > ted--this Bth day of:DecemE.H lUnits while at ;the game time ( Street) to ,the Seaboard and east on Pratt Street to Its State Road '200 (Temple Avenue run northerly and easterly along Election Precinct No. 5 District No. 3, seconded the motion -
I A-j 'D. 1963 at Starke, preventing any overlap, of election Airline Railroad, thence intersectiqn vrUti QrfcPge Street, ), to Interaction with the Bradford-Union county Pleasant Grove Bradford of Commissioner Roberts
I fs btiidford County, Flprida. precincts between County run northerly I along the Sea- thane run south along Orange State Road 16 (Brownlee lin to the west line of Section County High School, North for adoption of the resolution.
I' ": : 12/4 4t 13128 Commissioner District boundaries brd' Airline.rnailroad to ita Street tt Its Intersection with Street) th p6e run easterly a- 30, Township 5 South, Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida. including the exhibits referred
: within the city Hmlts. intersection with the north line Call Street, thence run easterly long State Road 16 (Brown Range 21 East thence run to herein, and made a part of
: ::4t.j. WHEREAS it is now'apparent of Township South, the said along Call Street to Bevsant lee Street) to the Seaboard Air south along said section line, Election Precinct No. 6- this resolution, and after beivg
after due study and consideration point pf beginning. S Road, thence run east along line Railroad, the said point of anl extension thereof, to State Vanderbilt Bayless Highway joined, in session, by Mrs. Jenf-
: }* Tk. Curt Of Tie Coanty that all of the required Jn Compliance With The Provisions Bespant Road to the easterly beginning. Road 100, thence run south Baptist Church, Bayless High va U Flynn, Supervisor of
Judge, Bradford Coty.I.ri4 changes have been Of Chapter 124. Florida boundary of the City of Starke, Election Precinct >o. 9-Keyktoori easterly along State Road 100 way, Starke, Florida. Registration, Bradford County,
*, In Probate. made as approved by this Board Statutes County Commissioner thence run north along the to its intersection with Pratt Election Precinct No. 7 Florida, in compliance with the
: 'S \ti re: Estate' cf J, J. F. Bran- from time to time and incorporated District No. Lawtey.. is further eksterly boundary of the City Commencing at the Intersection Street, thence run north and Reno R.MJ.- E. High School provisions of Section 9031.
I wn aJso known as Jesse J.Braunm in the re-dlitricting of sub-divided into three ((2) of -&tarke to its intersection of State Road 230 and the east on Pratt Street to its intersection Jenkins & Pine Streets Starke, Florida Statutes, the said in.'
,-:deceased,, SI Bradford County Florida, Into election precincts as follows: with Alligator Canal, thenca Bradford-Clay county line, with Orange Street, Florida. lion was then put to a vote
% To' All Credltora nd i Persons County Commissioner Districts Election Precinct No. 1-Law follow! the westerly course of thence run south along the thence run south on Orange Election Precinct No.: 8 -Seaboard and disposed of as hrre-aftc
I Having Claims or' Demands and Election Precincts for each tey.Election S At1gor Canal to the northeast Bradford-Clay county line to Street to Its intersection with Armory Building indicated by the seal of each
Against Said Estate: ot eaid districts, and as evlnce Precinct No. 2 X'orijer of Lot Nine (9) the southernmost right-of-\v Call Street thence run eastfrly Florida National Guard North County CommisFkyier, jolnyl,
I S X u and each of you are thereof, the following Kelly, Blanding1 Sijb-Divlalon, thence of State Road 18, thence run along Call Street to Us Inter Temple Avenue, Starke Florida. as aforesaid, by the unrilio/
I hereby notified and required exhibits presented with the resolution Election Precinct No, 3 run Westerly along the north northerly and westerly along section with Walnut Street riectlon Precinct No. 9 of Registration, Bradford
I to present any claims and demands are ordered filed and Crawford. S line of Lot Nine (9) Blanding State Road JS to State Road thence run southerly al ng Keystone Sputhside Elementary County, Florida:
which yon. or either oyou. / are considered. j. S. i the said precincts being Sub-Plvlsioji to the intersection 100, thence run northwesterly Walnut Street to State R-wd School, Coney Road FOR TUB IU>OLITIOAS >
I may have agajnst the estate EXHIBIT XO. 1 wholly confined within the of : Jackson ? and St. .Clair along State Road 100 to Water 200. .,(US .301). continuing south- State Road 100, Starkc. Fla. ..t3il'N1)i1)S
I of J. J. Fr Brannen, also A general highway map of boundaries of County Com Streets, continuing westerly along Street within the city limits 5- state Road Election Pricinct No. 10-- S/ CARL PREVATT
$ known as Jessa. J. Brannen deceased. Bradford County. Florida, as missioner District No. 1. and Jackson Street,to the:Seaboard of Starke, Florida continuing 260 (US OH to its intersection Theressa Community House Carl Prevatt, Chairman,
late of said County, to prepared by the Traffic and the boundaries,,for each are Airline Railroad, thence northerly along Water Street with) State Road 227, of Theressa. Theressa, Florida. Commissioner, County Commissioner -
S the County Judge of Bradford Planning Division of the Florida herewith separately described: run northerly along the Sea to Us intersection with Call .,1,,. r. fv and aouthTlv Election Pr' duct No. 11 District Xo. 1.
I County. Florida at his officeS State Road Department. Rleetloa Vrrtlnet No. 1-Law. board Airline :Railroad "to its Street (State Road ISO. tlienc> along vt" Road 227 to Hampton-City Hall of Hampton GEORGE ROBERTS
S .the court house of said dated. AprU. IftfiZ. to pictorially teys intersection with Adklne Street, run easterly along Call StrictState Stnte R''* 'e5 contin" njj Hampton. Florida. George Robert, Commissioner. -
indicate the county the S of westerly sn southerly aUag Election Pr >clnct No. 12 County Commissioner
S County at' Starke FJorida boundary Commencing at point thence run westerly along Ad- ( Road 230) to Be. sant -
I 'Kit Kin six calendar months, lines up to, but not Including intersection pf the Bradford- kina Street to its intersection Road thence run eat alontr State !toul 'X t the west l.n- Lincoln Cit V -Public Library District No 2.
; boundaries within the city Clay county line and State with State Road 20 (Temple Bessant Road to the cqstarlj I,f Section ;Q5< Township 7 Starke-nradffj.l County 122 JKROME JOHNS
: iroh) the time &l the first publication limits of, ,Starke. Florida, for Road 200 (US. 301), thence run Avenue >thence run northerly boundary of ,lhe City of fUarke South, R-inpo 51 E I ot' thl? ,notice. Each each of the County Commission southwesterly'along State. Road along State Road 200 (Temple thence run south along the south n'ns said se-t tn Florida T County Commissioner District
3it4i, or demand shall be In Districts 1 through C. 200.(US 301) to its intersection Avenue) to,Its.intersection with easterly boundary of the Citjof line, and ."ct"t :on thereof to Election P-cjinot No. 13-A- No 3.
a *. and shall state the named and numbered as followS ;with State tai 200-A, thence State 'Road IS (Brownlee Starke to its Intersection the Brad'oril-Alaeb'in coun'y Powell"wihiegar Motors SJKSSIE CIIASTAIN
dtate of residence and poat of- : -S ran northerly, along State.Road Street), thence' run northwesterly With State Road 230, thence line, thence run we t 'rlv aid 2Qfi West vadi-on Street, Mm Je*!>ie Chat-Uln. OommNai6ner. -
11W.| aMdreta .of the clAimant, Cbimnidsloner District No.; 1, 200A to the cpunty graded road along State Road 16 to the run easterly along State Road northerly a*'-PC t'ic Hn<1fur.lAlachua Stark, PlorM-x. County Commlsiiioncr -
I And shall be *orn to by th Lawtey, Carl Prevatt, Commis known S as thfe Crawford fioad nOrth line: of the SWV of 230 to its intersection with th. con v l Ine to Its convergence Election P'e1net No. 13-B District No. 4.
; I tUtnantiii| agent or attorney aipher.Cbmmissloner. i thence run westerly, along |hc fcWJ/i. Section 21, .Township 6 adfQrd-CIaycounty line, lh -with' the Bradfonl- Graham R'dtl'-nte of Mrs. S/
I kfld'- J>y ich claim or demand District No. 2. Crawford Rrfad to State RqadIK. Sotb; Range 22 East, thence said point 'of beginning. Union conn'y line, the said L. E. Ratlif Oraham. Florida Russell H. Green Commitsionr. -
p6t'** ZjtdshaI1. be void. Bayless, George Roberts, Com ., thence run north. westerly ton, weAl along the north line Caanty ComnUsionrr DlMrlri point of btfir-nn! Election I'-e-inct Xo. 14 -- County Commissioner
I ',KJ3Sle May ..Brannenessle missioner. S SS along .''StatejRoad 16 to the ot said quarter section,. and NO. Hampton: ,: In CompU"nc With The Pro Sampson-M? I Mar Brknhen. as Execu CpmmUaioner District No. 3, Bradford-Unimt counts Uae extension thereof, to State 'Commencing at the Intersection visions Of rhavter: 124.: Florida Church. 900' Weft Madison JKXEVA M FLYNN
tLt.E t Laar W1lLap41eeta- BUndlogj Jerome Johns, Com (New jRIver), thence run northeasterly Road 229, Brownlee Road) of the sou thermos t right Statutes C"nt" Commissioner Street, StarVe Florida Jeneva M. Flynn, Supervisor -
I 4ltk 6f J. J. .P. Brannen, also missioner., along the Bradford- thenceTun northwesterly along pf-way of State Road 18 and District N"i r.. Trooker. Is |ur. Election P-Trin-t NX 15-A- of Registration, Bradford
toown a s'Tcast.J.' .Brknntn.Flrjt S Commissioner District No. 4, Union county,'line' to tfig Brad gtaie Road 229 (Brownee Road) the Bradford-Clay county line tImer sub-rtl'--ied into five (C) Prooker -Tommunitr House of fount v, Florida
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-5- publication December I. Hampton, Mrs. Jesse Chastaiju. ford-Baker county' IIne. thence to the 4 county graded road hence: run northerly and wetrly election pree15 as follows: Brooker'< ker. Florida. Done and ordered as above
i- *( Commissioner. run east along Uu Bradford known as the Marcus Conner to .State- Road 100. thence Election Pinct No. 13-A- Election Precinct No. 15 It- militated at the regular meet
S ::1l Commissioner, District No. S, Baker county line to the Brad- Road, thence run southerly and run .northwesterly along Stars Unwell. S New River Wiggins Storage ing nf the Board of County
: Brooker< Russell IL Green, fptd-CIay county line, thence west pa, the Marcus Cotmer Road 100 to Water Street within Election J Telnet No. 13-B Bldg. (New River School) New Commissioners, Bradford County. -
? artbwjiriorldaSmith.. Commissioner. run south along' the* Bradford- Road to its intersection with the city limits of Starke, Graham. River, Florida Florida duly called and anpemM -
tt tn3. S 5, EXHIBIT XO. Clay county .'line to Itfl, intersection State Road 225. thence run Florida continuing northerly Election Precinct No. 14- Be It Further Resolved that, .- T r Map ,of the City of' Starke. with State Road 200 southerly along State Road 225 along Water Street to its Interaction Sampson. in accordance with the proTl 3 i. I9i, at Its office In th-
: *, .' l/5 U4f J2/JI Bradford County Florida dated {(1355 301) the. said point of. be- to"Us intersection with State with Call Street Elc.etlontnct No. 15-A- ions and requirement of the county courthouse, Starke,
- I -fr ; -SS 1)60, as compiled t>y Merrill 0. gtunlng. : / S Road ,100.. the ,sali. point of bekififiing. (State Koad 230), thence run Brns4er. S Florida Stat"U as they apply S l"lorkls.SI .
:Ccwtty; Ji I It tf .AU,; Fir Bradford No. 391, to pic totally Indicate Commencing at ..the* p'ojtit of Prtelnet X.. C- Yea- its intersection with Walnut New RI"S bodies, agent ami agencies of I r.ir) Prevatt, Chairman,
I Uc .*fr. PI dda the boundary lines for intersection of 'the 'Bradford- derbilti 'fCommencing S Street, thence run southerly a- 5 5 the 1 m cncts! being the County nf Bradford and the J nMnI of County Comi d ilon-
tof S yftch of the Cottnty Commlssioaer Clay county Jine and State at the Intersec long Walnut Street to Its intersection whollyif'.4 within the State of Florida, other political I .rc. Bradford County. Florida.
IM: I1aTA} : deceased.OV Districts within th city Hosd 200 (US 301), thence run tion of State Road toil and with State Road 200US bonnda'1*" *f C nntv Commissioner sub-divisions political party ATTEST
Hxo1c.: F1LIMOOF Units ot Starke Florida not southwesterly 'alo g State Road fitate Road 22$. thence rtin ( 301), continuing southerly District No. 5. and the committee fCo vit and Ftate), iI niARLB* A. DARBT
I S trtTmON ;VOfl PILl!. otherwise shown on or- by Exhibit 200 (US 301)'to. the north Uaer northerly along- State Road 225 along State Road 200 (US 301) bnmilarie for eich are here- this body The Board of County Charles A. Darby, Clerk of the
% IuecfltRGI EXECUTOR No, I.S Township t- South. thence to Its intersection with the to Its intersection with State Irith eep:'4teiy described! Comralssibne-s of the County 'rcult Court, and ex-offlci
I y otte' U t Jieteiy V given that GiuiBtr: NO. s run east along- the nortfe )IttV pf cpunty graded road knows 'asth IV>ad 227,. tbence run westerly Rlcrtlon Pferlnet Xe. 15-A- of Bradford S'ate c.f Florida, Clerk. Board of County Cnmniixsioneni. -
0 flltL.uvii fllta my petition ,45 'general highway map of Township 6 South to t>e/ Brad- Marcus Conner Road, thence and 89utherly along State Road lt.iitiii S In compliance therewith here Bradford Co. Fla.
q $ ttlonand'iorfinal' Bradford County; Florida, as ford-Clay cottnty line. tJiee run vast and northerly along 227 to its Intersection with Commencing at the Intersection by authorized| and causes to be fVRTIFICTI
U ex' ptor-'kt- the es". prepared .by %ha Traffic and fun north along the* Bradford; the Mafcqs Conner Road XcreSsH State Road 18. continuing westerly ; of State Road 225 and the made the fVlowlne distribution I, CHARLES A. DARBY, as
utEt tkt ML- Bryinv deceit* Planning Division of the ForU) Clay county line to its intersection -': State Rdaj -Browele and southerly along 'State Seaboard Airline Railroad of its off it'll action es herein f crk of the Circuit Court of
; V>d.De< *a eT 10th, da Statc ROad Department with Stt Road ,20f p6I'1-fl1 apply tothe HoqrU.feron dAUd April; mi., to pictprUflyindicate 201), the ea4 J>oint jqf b&gi4u1ig. tpe couAty graded road kodwA Section 28, Township 7 the Seaboard Airline Railroad 1. That a ccmr of this resolution. ex-offido clerk of the Board
% llit >A, Yawn; Coua- the Election Precincts v' 5Wt.tloa5 ftfthe Hardshetl Road Ihenet Zitb> ,Range 21 East, thence to its Intersection with Epper- (In-iurtlnt Exhibits I i' County Commi* 1f>nrs ot
Bradford, dount, top< each ot the County Comnlssloner : ..S eouth.riTtadast along ton south- along said section '(Ion Road, thence run north and }, refer-ing f tb- County F.radford County Florida DOJ.ppt.pY
.n'ffrder *f dUtrl- Ulatf lets, ,and for all Cwf.rdi S V the Hardshell Road to Its intfrWtlOtvwHh line,; and .extension thereof ..toKslnterecjlon fclang Epperson Road to its Intersection Commissioner District, and fHUTIPY that the
of 'Brtdfoj-4 County Florida inimeneiiSkt Francis Street Exhibits 3 :nil 4. referring tote attached and foregoing is a
tt44 s | for /lual the pofit) of State Po4dl> with" the Br S : l'T IWU discharge 61 Mat Lad, tq shew tlU boundaries for Intersection otihe north Use rhettee run npcthwesterly 1ong county line, thencerun ,westerly along Election Precinct thereof, true and correct copy of a
3 ) ; rjk'4ecased.$ St each election tprecinct up to, of 'ToWnship South'4iw the state ReM li.to the 'Bradford- th neft- run ogthfrly'.and easterly Francis Street tp its Internetiou be appropriated recorded upon resolution to define J>y number
p 'Zcu&bei 'n3 .1163. but* nqt' including; the boundaries Seaboard'' Airline R hroad Union-county line (New River, *along the Bradford-Alachua with Pratt Street thence the minutes of this Board and id to descrIbe l.v hound%ryt'te
Is2pru wlWn the city limits ''of thence TUB soiitherly along ,the thence (un southwesterly alonitke county line to the -PutnaAjgouatf run northerly and east along filed with fhe c.ffici records County Commissioner 1H -
:41 ; Bryaa Stark*;' Florida named and Seaboard AlrUrv R llfo4d 4 to *Bradford-Union county 1laeta line, thence run east alorig Pratt Street t9 its Intersection of this bod as restituting t-ict I through S and the election
1erefLbrndI numbered ,as follows; state Rbad'iK ( Brownlee the west line of SeeUon'2O.TOWSSIIIPf the'Tulham coubty-line, to SrrtK Orapge. treet. thence run the final pf'Iclal action nf this precincts therefor.. Qf *jbe
itrir Election, Precinct No.' 1. Law- Street), thehce run westerly 5 S uth. Range 21Ea the 4Xord-Cjay county Mae, south on Qiabge Street 10 Us Board on the question of redlitrietins. County of Bradford. State of
toy Commissioner Dlstriet-r&o. a.1agstate Road 11 (Brownie* t, thence run south atoif x ,; thence rna ''tforth along the intersection with Cal Street FJf rida. AS AMBXriED Mrpiges
' S 1-L Wtey. S tU.etto .State ROad 201 said ,section Jlne. and extension tna Bradfprd-CUr county hoc, thence, run easterly on Call 2. In compliance with the : 11 and 12 hereof; }>y the
I Attorney Election Precinct No. 2, Kelly.Ootqmlsstoner (Temple >Avfftue). thence run ihereof, .to 'State Read W& interaction with the southernmost Street to Ifttersectlov v with provision cf Chapter 14, Section Board of County Comirilsvfen-)
b : : iv 4t 11/21 District No.1 1Lawtey. p rtbe5L&y alpnge RO42QO thfnce run ficrutbeasVerl along rlght-ofTway. of State 'Walnut "Street, thence run 12403. Florida Statute.j ers and adopted by the Raid
5'L" 7 _S SbpJa1o.ro (Temple Avenae) t Farmers Stat Road lee to Its mmsecy R.t.d 1*. thtf said -point of bo- southerly *> Walnut Street to >*rtainng| fjo! the Boundaries B.>ard at Its regular meeting
.DEFJXB JITKBASDV S Election Precinct No. 9, >tarket: -Road thence run westrlf ties with State. Road 'ZJS, the gIt&i1ng. 5- 5 iu Intersection with State Road of: the Cronty Commissioner h* Id on Tuesday December 3.
V TA DGSCRIBB Crawford? Commissioner" > DlatricfNo. 'alang Farmers Matker said pont( of ..Vginnuig.Connty 'Compliance With v The ProtUiona 200 (US SOU thence run '.utherly District Chapter >*. Section li'Ct. and appearing of rer
yorDAnr THE (11UTYp1h1IOEft 1-Lawtey. Road, to $Ul Road 16,. Iheace mmliloner DUtrI Of Chapter.J24. Florida on Stt: Road 200 DISTRICTS 1 S .Election' Precinct No. 4. run northwesterly along StaleR Xo. -BlamAlnxt'Commenclag Statute County Commissioner to its intersection will St* 1o the designation of of Count Commissioners
p 1KBaIUit.l4'iD THE'ELECfORCtXCTS Legion Hall, Commissioner ad II to the county graded at the point of ln* District" No. Hampton.. Is Rpad 227rtLei run mlrjy polling plw for each election I FURTHER CERTIFY that
I1pI.! > THERE' District No. 2-BayUss.Kl road known &* Jthe Crawford ierfceclioo of the soqth ramoettiffbtAf further sub-divided intw three on State nA4 22T tn M* 1nfr precinct and. Chapter 101 Sec E'hlbitK 1 through 4, as refrr-
;' 4'qrt1& TorN--- : wtson )'re$In 1 I NO. 5. Plea- Road thence rb&< afiterly>. along .war of State Jload 18 -(3) ,lection- precincts as fol- section withSt-t.' n1 425Jhence tion 101.71 and Section 10173Ft red to In the resolution, have
4 .Nftt1 8TATL1 orS san( Grove, Commissioner1 District the Crawfor4 ,R014 to state and the Bradford-Clay county ;Gwii S r"A p'rQlW."tiTly or Ida Statutes, pertaining to bfrn filed In accordance with
1p.OUD* : No: 2payless.. Road I60-A. .theice nut BQtttb- Usfc :Jh nee run northerly sid 'Election Precjnct No. 10, nfate RAn4S !!5 to Its Jntersee1km 'the' polllrg place and the determination the amendment relative there
4t4th rtkul4r meelUjsr of Election Precinct o. .4. Van- oily along State Road *0<-.&. to westerly to State 1oaL1O0, ThertssalE5 SS w'th t'iP p..1h'3r ArWueJt1tr"e4 of tfonwdaHi-s for to. S S-S
-4 Zea'of County Comtnls- JerbUtt* Commissioner District State Road lOG ( 8 .204).thOn4 thtpe' Inn anrthweetejly og actiQn Precinct So. -}l fhe eaj! pelt : La.rSnninm election precincts. THAT a certified WITNESS MY HAXDAND
$4&dt0?; Bradford CoUnty, No. 2Bayless.. S run southerly along State Road State Road ICO to Water Street Hampton. ','- S copy ff this5 resolution OFFICIAL SEAL "al Starke,
;1VI'I4A. lSI&bn TPe4).Dt4net'3 Election Precinct N6. 7, Reno, 200 (US : l-tb the iwrtb line within the city limits of Strike Election Precinct No. 12. lecIl'.$ JrrrIart N., 13-11- W forthwith transmitted to Bra4frd Coon*!* .Fiprlda. t.$s5th
,. ISU; it its office la Commissioner District No. 3Blinding. of Township 3outh. thence Florida. continuing northerly Lincoln City Graba'u S Honorable Tom Mama, Secretary day of December. 19(3.
f courthouse at Starke. S S S run east al ne .tbe nortV line along 'Water Street to its Jntersection i. ; jh* Mild precincts l..lrg C.ImmnbrCIng the Interase. of State State of Florida. (SEAL)
4 ql14&. .with tb># foUftwJttjj -: Ete ttoo Precinct No. 8. Sea of Township 6 South to tie with Call Street wholly confined within tin- 1.,,' is? ( S-itxMird Airline Tallahassee. Florida to satisfy CHARLES X DARBY
a ''aM4bflC present: board. Commissioner District. Seaboard Alrlln RatlrpaiJ the516'Point Slate Road z0). thence run the boundaries of Ounty Commissioner Railroad and state Road 225. the conditions and require Charles A. Darby Clerk of the
-.- .UQ ; Prevatt. Chalrtnan No.Sr Bland Infer of beginning. easterly along Call Street District No. 4. and S thence r.n': w'csterlr along the ments of the above reference Circuit Coort and x-offiio
CmIsoh.r DistritNe.qouGPr1tDEEwrs }. 5- LLez. fitL r nut fit tNo. 4St4 Read 13) .to. p yaa USA.Ju>uadAtlutor .ejui. tie Sealaiard .rlMe RaiIr.d 4', -to the FI' rt U Statot Clerk, Board ot -eenntyOe mmissloners. -
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"CommisDlstrfct atone Commissioner District -flayksas Road, thence run east along herewith separately described the went line of Range 21 East. 3. To fulfill the requirements Bradford County,
stbhr Ko. 2.S. No. Blandlng.. S Commencing the point of Bessant Road to the easterly Eleetton Pretlnet Oe. 19 thence run south along the west cf Section 124.02 and Section Florida
OLZTohnCominIsslon- '-'ElectionPrecinct Xo. 10. intersection of'thewest--llne-of boundary ofthe -City of 'Tkereiiias-S line of Range 21 East, to the 101.73. Florida Statute, per 12/12 4t 1/3

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'!;' "} KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, GRANDIN AND LAKE GENEVA < '. : ': :,


STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY DEC. 26, 1963 .
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UAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALUAI daughter Mr. and Mrs. Thomas : I I! See Additional! Keystone News on Page 2 .
H. Berry. : 1
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; MELROSEBy I Col. E. L. Vogel has returned -
p from a ten-day visit in 1964 ELECTION DATA i' ..

Washington, D. C.
Sirs. Alice Rothhammer .
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sherertzare I.. d
ym.VT VTTVTV n.nt spending Christmas in \\,1 Yy7
Micaville, N. C. with relatives Next year is i
Winners of the Melrose I
Duplicate Bridge Club for last and friends.Mr. ticn" year :
I and Mrs. Leon M. Heckof I I thing from I

Mrs.week John include W. Foster the following and Mrs: Southbridge, Mass visited 1 I ty Surveyor go : FROM 1 YOUR FRIENDLY BUSINESS COMMUNITY OFI
E. B. Gross Jr.. first place Mr. and Mrs. R. M. 'Cas n gistered voters '
route to South ballot. I j .
Tuesday en
Mrs. Roland Bryan and Mrs. I I 1-'" .

!:! W.Mrs.H.G. Davie W. Allen second Jr. and place Mrs.; Florida Mr. and for the Mrs.winter.Richard G. held The on First May } j I II :;;;:' : : "

I Ray Starnes third place; and Logsdon and children are Primary on j j I j .
General 1 H slone
Mrs. Rhea Johnson and Mrs. spending the holidays with his ; : V HEight5 I
Following is :
and' ,
Ethel Gress :
mother Mrs. : :
:I :O.Margy L. Pridgen Stewart fourth of Keystone place. other relatives in COlumbus,1Ohio. fices 1964 that primaries are ,I I .
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I Heights and James D. Elandof Hutchinson eral Election, ] t. _ _____ __ ______ ___ ___ unI .
Melrose were! married on Mr. and Mrs. John -] I
synopsis of
'Nov. 22 at Lake Geneva. Parents -.. are visiting Mrs. Richard I [ ;i' 1
I : of the couple l are Col. and Hutchinson and children in for candidates STATE : i ] I ', rS Let us express to you our deep appreciation for the Privilege, I

j Mrs. John E. Beidler of ;KeyI Jacksonville. I ,
I stone and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Larry Vermeulen, who has sard United L. States ( ]; | I I'I of Serving you during the past year. Our ,Sincere Wish} ;.that I
'Eland of Melrose. been stationed in Iceland with I *
Representative :
Mrs. Emma Hoagland of the USN, is visiting his par- [D. R. ; :;, I i this cordial relationship will continue throughout 1964. :and .for \
ents in Palatka and stoppedby
Miami will be with her sisters.
two Justices of 1 [ "
Mrs. Martha MacKeachie to visit his uncle and aunt,' : ; .
I preme Court; j to : I.j
) many years come.
Mrs. Harriet Rice and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. C. A. Ford. District Court [ I
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( Leigh M. Pearsall of Seminole Mr. and Mrs. Fred CordraySr. Districtl f I
; one [
Ridge Road for the holiday are spending Christmas at M
[only if a !! .,. d't
season. Jacksonville Beach. pointed in 4 1 \
Mrs W. V. Tibbs of Bard- Mrs. Nell Roundtree is
Circuit; one !: ; (
well, Ky. is spending the holidays spending several weeks at her 8th Judicial : : :, ] 9. C. .I.'I. Peace
( with her,son-in-law and cottage in Ocala Nationalt lie Defender I I '
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parents, '
ALL
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fill the and
An education is fine, but can you apply day Huel for S. ... r hearts of days everyone. Above all we hope FOR BEING ONE

will visit his I Yule, .will be OF OUft PATRONSKeystone
it getting "down to earth?" A your
by C. J. "Pet Connor
Holloway. After i Keystone the happiest, ever. Jeweler
checking account at The Keystone State holdays his j:I Barber Shop
here with him ,; Real Estate Appraisal ServiceC. & Gift Shop iWally
Bank gives you the records you need and Mrs. Paley I J Leamon Ward, Allen -
Walker'sService *
her son and I Miller C. V. and;: Millie '
Ashley,
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extra time for personal interests. Openone :
Mr. and Mrs. i J. "P te'" O'Connor. Sylvia., O'Connor Frank Jones Prop. Station Muhlhbfer *
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family in .
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t Authorized Motorola Philca CABINETS DOORS REAL I I! ,i season to every you all during .light .the way We take this means of expressing 'appreciation. I for

I I Service Sales On and All Service Makes WINDOW FRAMES: MORTGAGES 1!| .familywe now._ : this, Holy time.. V.to- --contentment.. _your patronage past- present, 'and- j..future.1. .

TRADIO STEREO SCREENS ,' -". Ii. Central. Fla. Gas & Appliance Co
Trim Material Keystone i : TriestConstruction Keystone
Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals i
Keystone Heights, 473-1631 I Sash Made Te Order I I i i iI i iI 'Co.. ; .S. E. McKay Water Works Keystone SAF ,Gal :Co.

Keystone Heights 473-4283 I i ; Goldhead Branch and Associates Home Of Good Water DIST.. OF PROPANE ,.. .',

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& Landscape Ranches :'i' .,.'- .* l
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New & ffced Tires I, Evergreens Home I ; ; J cFt '- 1? .. ,. !
$3.00 Sizes Plants. All In (Containers>> Plant
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!25 ML East Of Starke On Hhray 21- I V

Hwy 100 At F1or home,. i 1! ;
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Western Auto Business Phone 68-1- 665 J : 0

Associate Store Residence Phone 6S4-5520 'I' ---

Night Time and 7 to 8 a. m. I
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Appliances Major or Small IS. I :
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Auto Accessories, Tires, t- ., '
Overlooking
Batteries. RESTAURANTS i

Sporting Goods, Bicycle. .. BR, 2 bath In 1! 'aAL1'f ,#.,+
Hardware, Paints, Garden Beildler's 000. $tOO. down.LAKE :
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RestaurantFormerly beach, S BR,

pa\illion, !: .)rs a Toy to greet Wishing you all aT I
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FLORIST porte, 'old rends and to We take thisopportunity memorable' and most }

Lawrence's: Dinette Investment extend best wishes.CandYs. : to happy chuistina5t 2 .1 1 !.' \
COMPLETELY REMODELED home! $25,000. .
Edna Williams .. .
OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLY# Other homes' J thank you all Murrhee Insurance.
FLORLST-NUBSEKTFLOWERS' "
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1 Block North of Red Light! Gulf Service Coin Laundry Phone 473-4786 .
Fer' All Occunl! KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Phone I levying an additional 'tax Ill. .,>,'1...... i ...h.,.. I' j .., .- .. .
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One ShoplifterOut J Randal Chitty when Mayor'3!I shoes on the floor of a car. I I make the arrests, and left her ,I Bad Checks Passed By Man received from sale of timber I County it would be an eyeopmore! thought to better man- t,

Of Court was held last week. I The two colored men and I own shoes behind. to industries in Bradfori ener, causing us all to give agement and Protection of our;
Group Lorene Robinson, 21, 40U I Catherine Terry, 18, N.W. 7th! Another case of shopliftingcame I wodland," he added.

Not Guilty N. W.. 8th St., was found not 1 i I I place, estreated bonds of before the court, but the V/ho Worked Here During WarSure .ter

guilty of aiding two other I II i I $52.50 each. The tnird colored i accused person turned out to

; One of the four alleged colored women who were in woman has not been arrested! be a juvenile and the case was: hs! looked prosperous; back and ruddy complexion.I

shoplifters from GainesviLe I the Shoe Rack on;Friday, Dec.J I yet. She jumped from the car transfer to the County. enough, driving a swanky dark j Green said that a woman,I \ Services

,was found not guilty by Mayor, 6, and dumped three. pairs of and ran when police came to Disorderly conduct cases blue [or black] 1964 Chryslerbut I' whose identity is unknownbut i\ight f
led the
charges in number '
the four checks he pass- believed to be a local resi-
with 5 cases. Two of the casesinvolved ed .locally, totaling $55.45,! dent, was seen with Van Deen

two colored youth bounced like the proverbialrubber during his stay here.
fighting. One of the two wasa ball.Consequently. I
The
man told friends here
juvenile and was turned ,, the sheriff's that he had sold his new and

over to the County.A office is seeking one, James A used car business in Dayton

NOTICE Reno Negro resisted arrest Jimmy] Van Deen of Dayton. and was looking for a new Evergreen I
after a fighting and Ohio said'to have been employed location.

shooting spree. According to by a couple of Call

police, George Harvey Thomas Street business firms during\ I Turpentine Cited I I INew
used "everything" from a World War U days.,

Every person who received HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION shotgun to a knife to resist Van Deen showed up here As Additional BAPTIST CHURCHI
officers. The County arrestedhis last week, checked in at a

last year will receive the renewal APPLICA- co-partner in the spree, North 301 motel, and visited Income Source
Louis Thomas. Both George a few old friends who "knew

TION through the mail shortly after Jan. 1st, PLEASE and Louis Thomas face Coun- him when." Before he checked The importance of turpen
ty charges of discharging a out of the motel at 5 / Year's Eve
tining additional
a. m. as an income ; Night
SIGN and RETURN as soon as possible, either by mail firearm over the occupied Dec. 18, he had given four from woodland was pointedout I

premise of another, and improper worthless checks on non this week by A. A. -
or in if by mail and desire receipt enclose
person a
you
: exibition of a dangerous existent accounts in two local phy with the U. S. Forests

: a self addressed stamped envelope. ''I weapon against them. banks. Starke Tire Sales wa Service office in Palatka i TUESDAY DECEMBER 31ST I
Mayor Chitty gave George left with two checks one for "Turpentining can increase ,
Thomas 5 days or a fine of $10 and one $15; Joe Noegel' the income from woodland t

: EVERY person who desires the EXEMPTION for $27.50 for resisting arrest Restaurant had one for $lf\, from 40 to 80 per cent." Mr. ------ Singing ------
Thomas also had drunk and Bradford Motel one for
Murphy said. "The working cf
: the FIRST TIME must bring his DEED or. CONTRACT charges against him by City $15.45. naval stores provides jobs to 8:00 P.M. TO 10:00 P.M.
'
: (proof of ownership) properly recorded in the public Police.Another public intoxicationcase Deputy Van'Robert Deen as Green about described 40.- hundreds families earn of men all or, and a major many '">

: records of Bradford County before Jan. 1st, to the Officeof a vagrancy case, and one 5 ft., 10 in height, between part of their living from naval ------ Refreshments ------ ;. ,_

case of driving without a license 180 and 190 pounds, with I stores work," he added.

Tax Assessor in person to sign the application. also came beforeMayor's black hair, combed straightPayrolls Murphy pointed out that 10:00 P.M. TO 10:45 P.M. 'I.
A Court.
trees do not require fertilizingor '*
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Singing
cultivating, do r
: ONLY who reside their and in ;as row crops
.' persons on property Jax Man Drives BiggerIn and seldom is there a 'crop ..
p I failure' in naval stores "Mod- 10:45 P.M. TO 11:45 P.M. "
good faith make the same his or her permanent home Car Into Creek
BradfordDespite em methods of turpentining, i -

should apply for this exemption. On 301 NorthA such as bark chipping with -----: Preaching ------ ,
acid and use of spiral gutters .
the fact that i '"'
Jacksonville man ran into Bradford nattached with removable dou- 11:45 P.M. :
County, as in every
a creek bank; on U. S. 301 between ble-headed nails do not harm .
j
: TANGIBLE and INTANGIBLE personal [other section of the country,, ,
property the Lawtey school an 1 there is more unemploymentthan the worked part of the tree," Watch Ye therefore: for ye know not when the Master of

: tax returns are being mailed at this time. If we can be of the Trail Motel last week, receiving usual, local payrolls are the forester said. I
cuts and bruises.F. bigger than The rise in "The entire worked portion the house cometh, at even, or at midnight, or at the cock-
: assistance to with these forms feel welcome }- A. Weekly, 60, of 3609 ever. this
any you please Dellwood Ave., Jacksonville wage scales during, the past; of trees turpentined by crowing, or in the morning. Mark '13:35.:
method can be sold for saw
three years has more than
: to call on us. was driving north on 301'
compensated for the loss by J timber, poles or pulpwoodwithout
when he ran off the pavementinto Everyone Invited --- Bring Your Singers
unemployment, as far as over a loss in value due to
median He
We will appreciate notice of any change in your tinued a driving and strip.ran into con-a all figures go. turpentining," Murphy said. WALTER MATHIS, Pastor I
H
A recent
government naval j
creek bed, damaging the front report "If the income from ,
: property during the past year. I end of his 1956 panel truck. I showed that taxable payrolls forces is added to the income
in Bradford County establishments -
Weekly was treated at
: in the past totaled i
year

THE HOMESTEAD APPLICATIONS AND TAX Bradford cuts and County later released.Hospital for He approximately $4,164,000, a "
12.4 per cent increase over the
was charged with failure to
$3,704,000 total in 1959, when AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY'
have his vehicle under control.

.: RETURNS' MUST, BE TAKEN. CARE OF BETWEEN EEILBRONN a the The previous Census report survey'Bureau was was prepared with made.the by "or

BAPTIST CHURCH ;
assistance of the Social Security -

P JAN. 1st. AND APRIL 1st. Sunday School 10 a. m- Administration Information AUTO SALES & SERVICE BEAUTY SCHOOLLearn FARM & INDUSTRIAL: MUSIC SUPPLIES

wag obtained .from ,tax reports
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. submitted by employers under ,Gridley Music
Training Union. 7 p.m. Eve- the Old Age and Survivors In- LINCOLNlIERCURY Complete Beauty Culture I Central Tractor Co.
: GENE Girls Women Men .
LONGTAX Co,.Inc.CENTRAL
: Isurance -- .
ring Worship 8 pjn. Prayer program. COMET FIAT METro Tuition Budgeted -
The report shows there were Authorized Sales-Service- FGRD TRACTORS
Meeting Wednesdays 7:30 pm.
FREE PL.ORIDA'aComplete
ASSESSOR 1,335 people at work locally in PLACEMENTSpecial Ford .Farming Implements
Charles Harvey paste1-1
Rev.
Parts
Brush-Up Courses Music Store
.non-farm jobs. covered bv social Agricultural Industrial:
-- Pianos by Baldwin, Storey a
security during the tabulation -I Trained 1IeehaTJGood Central Hairstyling Complete Service & farts DepL Clark, Henry L. Miller.
i period last 'year.The Good Used Equipment
Used Cars Fisehek
1959 total was 1,456.A College 4488 N. W.,6th. Gainesville
Organs by Baldwin a Cow
tabulation.of the .number Barkley Motors PHONE 376-5430
and kinds of business concerns 218 S. E. 1st. Ga.f.nesvilleI" Gibson & Gretch Guitar*-
$10.19 WHY MY -
in.the,U, S.. indicates. that new 615 N. Main, Gainesville S76-4105 GARDEN SUPPLIES Amplifiers
"
1004 N.
Main
ones ,are continually! springing
up, but the mortality rate is / x L Gainesville Shopping Center
LIGHT :BILL SAYS heavy..Only- ,a fourth. them B '& G Motor =Co BUILDING SUPPLIES Johnson & Paris, Inc.. .

survive the'first' five years. I'i' ?vuADlLLACOLDS3 \,. Complete Line of MOVER
Currently*in,Bradford County O ILE

.., acc rding- ,%.to the report, F-85-HILLMAN McCoy Building SEEDSPLANTSFERTILIZERS- Security Transfer
$20.45 there '
are'.208_ non-farm busi- Supply CenterS

____ E'. ,; .. __ nesses with 'on&\or more em- ales, and. Service. \ insecticIdes-Pet Supplies .I & Storage, Inc.
... ployees. 1' \ LUMBER "We Rent Fertilizer
'\ /' ; I > L \ Spreadens1 AGENTS FOR
The breakdown ,shows that ,13t>'i.R.441 BUILDING SUPPLIES
.But: Mam Thai t IsVouY 224 N. W. 8th Ave. FOGARTY BROS,
) 138 of them hav -from one to HARDWARENo.
>yv'Utility\ /'. / / \ / three employees each, 43 have 1" or E,, ; :j UL Main and 23rd Boulevard PIIQNE 372-0476 TRANSFER, Inc.

\ vial Bill, Which t Z...<;...>:. :ir .:.y....> .a..<>; :> I from four to seven, and 21 :Y \ PHONE 372-4861 Gainesville, Fla. Local & Long Distance Moving
: issza : I
: have from eight'.to 18. The Crating-Storage-Packing

Includes, Besides, Electricity, 11 I i i others are larger. r Gainesville INSULATION-ROOFING Phone 376-2666

.1040 So. Main Gainesville

.. Water, Gas, Sewage, And \ ;:.yA< ,Conner. Hosts I, ENGLISH FORD CEMENT All American i J
: NEON
SIGNS
Ag> DepartmentAt LINTELS WINDOW SILLS|
A 107 Utility Tax." i! MERCEDES BE."nOL'O STEPPING STONES"If Insulation & RoofingCO. -
Conference Jeffcoat
ao Authorized Sales & Service It's Cement We Cat It" .

Agriculture "and" Its I Cement New Roofs Shingle Neon SignsNEON
role in "Complete Service for All
And You Get Free .r.. the State's economy was dis- Makes" Precast Products or Built-Up PLASTIC PAINTED

cussed 'at,_the annual conference Roof Cleaning & Neon Designing Neon Repair
2033 N. E, 27th Ave. Gainesville Repairs
-of- the Florida : Erecting Maintenance
e GARBAGE Depart- 506 E. University Ave.
PICK-UP \
i + ment of Agriculture in-Talla- PHONE 372-0953 Fiberglass Insulation 1611 S. Main __ GalnerrQlf
PHONE 372-4313
hassee Blown or Batt Phone Day 372-0302

POLICE PROTECTION ..R: Commissioner of .Agriculture' Gainesville Fla I CONCRETE PRODUCTS; Contractor or Retail Kite 372-8897

Doyle Conner, of- 'Starke"and DAY or NITS I

., 0 FIRE PROTECTION Tallahassee, was host to about INSIST THAT ALL YOUR PHONE 376-4238 OFFICE EQUIPMENT
2,000 employees of the depart DODGEDARTDODGE -
CONCRETE
TRASH ment. He described PRODUCTSARE 2311 N.E. 19th Dr. Gainesville Parker's
o PICK-UP jjj agricul- THE BEST FROM j
ture as the most important TRUCKS Gainesville'
Most Complete Of
LADIES WEAR
industry in the state. Edwards Building
STREET MAINTENANCE Sales-Pa.rts-Service flea Equipment Machine i
I Mr. and Mrs. Philip Cronk-
t hite attended the Friday night USED CARS TOO Supply Inc. Store I
Cherry'sGafnesviile'a
t Complete Office Planning
banquet climax of the three
726 S. Main3724844Gainesville
Poole-Gable Motors Underwood Products I
day conference. I Most Fashionable
// contused about Bill" invite to look Mr. Cronk- Fla. 601 W. University Ave. I
you ,ore your utility --we you hite is manager of-the Starke Address For LadlesDRESSESSUITSCOATS
State Farmers Market. 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Ga.inesvmePHONE Gainesville 372-255J '

at the of taken from files: Foster Shi Smith, also of S73-4S4S ELECTRIC MOTORS\ I
our
; break-down, a typical one Starke, and a member of the MATERNITY WEAKACCESSORIES PAINTS |

I department's forestry committee Electric Motor
Harper Paint Co.
'
: Meter Readings I Date Used I Description Amount ,Appr. .was introduced during AUTO SALVAGE Renair fn. ,105 W. University, Gain esvi>1e We Stock I
recognition ceremonies. .
Present Previous %. ---r--- -- WALLPAPERSARMSTRONG
Employees of the depart- Paul's Auto OF GAINESVILLE, lNo. MONUMENTS
7824 IL 7560 _Oct. 29 *"" 264 Res. Ele 10.19 ELECTRICITY 50% ment presented Mr. and Mrs. SalvageWe SMITH AND

:' 289600128300- 284800}..-Oct. 29 ''-_"'_4800 Res. Wtr 2.00 WATER -10% | Conner with a stereo-radto Buy Wreck Cars At COMPLETE ELECTRIC Gainesville Granite DUTCII BOY PAPainter's

25 console for their home, and 1.IOTOR'SALES Bnppne
126200 Oct. 29 2100 Res. Gas 512 GAS %
Tax 1.73-UTILITY TAX-10% matched flags for the Com TOP PRICES AND SERVICE & Marble Works 10 S.Palneayillo"PHOTO W. 7th Street

Rs. Sw 1.50 SEWERAGE%' missioner's office. All Makes & Models Used "Distributor of CEMETERY; MONUMENTS

,,_ ..1 1t 20.54 TOT.------ Parts New Lincoln Motors" & MARKHtSLettering I" SHOP
Library Thanks PHONE 372-8318
." Teletype Service-We will find I & Cleaning I'I
Holiday FriendsThe 1030 S. Main Gainesville Fuller's Foto Inc.

;>.JheCty[ ):;.. j ttilib::.,)DRD. P\ent.I> The Property ,The People Of Starke, And You, As A User Of Its I any part for you. Domestic & Industrial Marble,I Central Florida's ,Finest

I Library Board and. Phone 376-4512 & Granite
Services Receive Dividends! In The Form, Of Lower Ad Valorem Taxes, Protection Of Your Property, Staff members wish, to thank I 1301 S. Main Gainesville FLOOR COVERING Coffee Tables Counters- New Selection of
& Used Cameras'
the following people for th? Fireplaces
Fire Protection Organized Recreation Program, And Free Garbage Service. Photographic Equipment A
Christmas decorations which
Automatic TransmissionsONE Central Florida Tile 2135 S. E. 4th St. Supplies
make the library look gay and ,
Blacs
Gainesville 376-6151 &: White Finishing

-.... festive during- the, holiday. DAY SERVICEALL & Marble Co I In Before Noon-Out at 5

E THE CITY UTILITY DEPARTMENT INCLUDES: season Mrs.:Muriel Norman for the 1.wtES-REPAIR I MotorcyclesScootersStreit's' 619 W. University Caiaesvint

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Christmas arrangement. Mr.: CARPETS BY -
NATURAL GAS ELECTRICITY WATER AND EXCHANGE Lee's, Monarch Loomweave, TYPEWRITERS
and Mrs. Arne Hauger for the Bicycle Shop

'I lovely rubber plant: the Florida Gator Automatic Downs
.:, Room Size-Wan to Wan Cushman & Vespa Scooters Hancock Typewriter
: WE 48 HERE TO SERVE YOU : : I Forest Service for the green
Installation Docati BSA-Zondapp I
-- .- T pine boughs; Mrs. EvelynHaney's Transmission ServiceINC. EXCHANGE
p :.-. I art classes, for the Armstrong and Kentile Motorcycles-Gales & ServiceSCHWTNN
Clary Victor Totalla
angel: the decorated tree, and I Floor Coverings BICYCLES

R UTILITY DEPARTMENT CITY OF STARKE .. I the Christmas'pictures: and I I COMPLETE LINES OF Locksmith & Safe Work Adding SALES -Machines SERVICERENTALS, Calculators
Miss Florence Jennings '-fo: 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.) TILES MARBLE
I 6615 W. University Ave. 431 N. Main St., Oalneiville
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the Santa Claus for the Chil- Gainesville PHONE 312')372j) 1540 Waldo Kd. GviUe 376-6406; Gainesville 376-7761 Phone 376-5551

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