Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03462
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 15, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03462
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Kongo, Julian C (I)

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4 ) Official County Publication Established In 1879

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Sheriff Defends. Man, Woman Gas Line Crew

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Disputed Action : Arrested Here I r.-'1. -

: In Merricks Case ; On Dope ChargesA V

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1W3_ wIww t An additional payroll of around
I middleaged man and woman
LU ,|I A statement explaining his $4.500 weekly will be brought to

I. J i position in the Mericks trial was who gave their names as Raymond S. Starke early in February if pres-
tt1h and lie rd.
L. Prescott Betty rna
issued b> Bradford County Sheriff ent plans of American Legion
said to have been living together
P D. Reddish who was charged \ 'C Post 56 to construct trailer
Pets ParadeAt I in common law marriage at Lake : -. a
on iast week by State Attorney T. E. park on their North Temple Ave.

Duncan with improper handling City. were arrested here Thursday Ac-.i.. V property materialize.

I cf the Duncan alleged thata of last veek on charges of fraud-
j-- case.! After'eral weeks of negotiation -
Show Here I "feucT between the Sheriff and Icntly cbtaining narcotic prescrip 4. .. between the StarkeBradford -

'State Highway Patrol Troopers tions. ? I'
I When arraigned betore county : County Chamber of Commerce -

assigned to this county had. Influenced Judge T. A. Yawn later that day. Js; > end officials of Mid-States
\I' Reddish in his investigation -
-.Mary: the :Milk (ioat"a' proudly displayed the two pleaded rifct guilty and Construction Co.. a tentative

by Lester Willinghani (upper left. ) at ; and his appearance later ; were released under bond ...(J. jt' ..Ii agreement was reached Tuesday
defense witness in the '4 ;!cfl --:':
as a case.
the ret Show held last Saturday afternoonin 4 Prescott's being $500 on each of J. ,--. .- .F-. 2b :' .or braging at least; 25 trailer
j 1j2L Jeff Merricks. an Alachua here for about three months dur-
connection with Kiddielaml, sponsored bj- three counts for a total of $1,5W. c:1;
County Negro. was found not '.and the woman's 1800. They will :$ ing the construction of the natural -
| Slarke nt'tailIt"r&'han': % %{wiatPon.' .
guilty in circuit court here last be tried at the Spring Term ot gas pipeline through this

\\ inner of the show are pictured at uNlt'rright week after State Trooper M. N. 'I. Circuit Court. .Marks And Molds area. tAt
Sellars had accused the Negro of its here Tuesday
| : Huffy Soto, second plat-e. with caged I Prescott and the Bernard woman -
I firing at him during a chase near were apprehended by narcotic night, Post 56. voted to go ahead
wild rabbit ,Jark!Arnold, first place, wilh
; 1 Erooker last Oct. 4. An FBI exam- agents in Lake City and brought Cement Menagerie Thriving Business with development of the trailer

, Mark Toy INimlle; and Sue Hurst third place, I ination of two bullet holes in Sel- lo Bradford County to face park hich would be maintainedfor

| with her (liihaiihau -Stinky." lar's windshield failed to state charges here. Sheriff P. D. Reddish use by tourists after the con-

At lower right are Dianne and Dl>l>ie lIar- :? I positively whether the shots had made the arrests on warrants There i is a menagerie on U. S. ing in one solid piece. Others are struction workers leave. Fast action -

-' I been fired from inside or outsideof signed by Judge Yawn. 301 south that needs no feed. The in two sections that are filled will be required to obtain

I ily and their Shetland pony. F the car. The FBI said. however Three warrants were issued tor enimals! are made of sand and ieparately. tied together to set trailer court permit, have the

' Other pets in the show inc'hult"tlIik.: .. : that the appearance of the lowermost Prescott each charging that he' cement ?nd are part of the souvenir for 24 hours or longer. accordingto site surveyed and laid off for

| Nichols' Corker Spaniel Snowball," and I hcle "suggests that it was did "unlawfully and feloniously I business of Carl Marks weather and temperature. After trailer spaces. and have lights

i : f LL 'made! from the inside surface obtain a prescription for a nar- Ritch. I the figures are unmolded they water and sewer facilities installed
I j Jane arm! Ruth ('rnsbvpup.. "Spurt. I
__ but this could not be definitely cotic drug to wit: Dilaudid tab- \Yhsn Mr. Ritch opened his | are allov.ed to dry and then are in the necessary time.

established. Merrick's attorney It 1 ts (a form of morphine). by the souvenir and citrus stand about painted in appropriate colors. The Mid-State Constructioncrew

: declared that Sellars had fired use of fraud, deceit, misrepresentation -' I is at Williston and
Peterson Child i four years ago he decided to man- Cenunt is purchased locally and now
Merchants GroupOK's Coach LaPradd through his own windshield during and subterfuge by the giVing ufacture garden ornaments along sand at a nearby town. Three plans to move here in about three

:I the chase then invented the of a false statement." : with the business. Starting witha I part-tim workers are employed: weeks. It is estimated that at I

Bitten By Dog story tif the Negro firing at him Each warrant contained an instance flamngo he made his own mold I.in the business and members of least 60 persons will be housed

Program Will Speak At to cover up his mistake.In of the act and the doctor and began casting in a mixture the family. two boys and three I here during the construction .-ork.,
; the was "
Twelve Times \ from whom prescription
explaining his position as a of sand and cement. This itempioved girls help out when necessary. Mr
obtained. They were: On Sept. ;! and Mrs. Ritch. who is aso! an
i defense: witness. Sheriff Reddish Sl) popular that others Who Is
tl from Dr. H. H. Adams on Sept. County'sOutstanding
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Sets Holidates Blanche Peterson. two year Old! I Football FeastCharles said: "When I investigate a case 19, from Dr. T. G. Ritch; and on were added, now more than 150 active part of the business have
daughter of ilr. and Mrs. Frank I usmlly make up my mind ; different items from frog seats cne girl and a boy at home. but
Nov 20 from Dr. A. J. Barry.
O. Peterson Jr., received 12 bites whether a suspect is guilty or not. The same charges were listed:! equipp-Tl with Two large green the married son. two daughterslive

when attacked by a dog early this LaPradd, assitsant toot- but the final decision is not up in the warrant for the woman. frogs to bird baths and elephants across the highway from the

Members of the Starke RetailMerchants \\eek. The incident occurred in i ball coach at Florida State University to me. I was trying to investi- with the date as Oct. 14 and Pr.'; are made His stock even includes place! of business and help out

Association met for the: yard of the Peterson home ott will be the principal gate the Merricks case and not whom an almost life-size Negro coach also. Of the two
Ritch as the physician from I
c'inner in the Garden Restaurant Coney Road and two dogs owned speaker at the annual football trying to make a one-sided affair the prescription was obtained. : boy, painted in traditional riding I Debbie. 3. and grandChildren'l\Young Fanner?

Monday night and approved a i by neighbors are being quarantined -', banqui-t in the high school cafeteria out of it." Judge Yawn said the two were: clothes. .s expected but they are on
order of the Health Depart- : their mothers waiton
by hand hile
17, at
cf monthly sales eventsas ment. Saturday night. Jan. He went on to say that he had well known by narcotics agents. I In describing the manufacturing Who is the county's most outstanding
program customers.
I 7:30 p.m.Attending taken Merricks to Tallahassee at end had been working their trickin process Mr. Ritch said the young farmer? That's
recommended by the planning: Mrs. Peterson pulled the dog this annual event, Although much of their pro-
a-I the Negro's own request for a lie the area for some time. Both molds are made of cement, plaster the question raised bJ. new
ommittee. ivay from her daughter and I sponsored by the Bradford Booster detector test and that he had intended had received treatment in an institution \of"pans, rubber or cast aluminum. duction is sold locally they alsod I Junior Chamber of Commerce

The entire program! was adopted j; c-xamination by a doctor it was Club, will be all members ot having a paraffin test for drug addicts at Lexington Some he still.'makes himself, others $[; big wholesale business serving project announced this' .week by
round that the little girl had been and B A gift shops and souvenir standsin
Tornado Squads
Iti i the made of Merricks' but fit Ky Judge lawn said.
with one change. I hands : he buys. The aluminum molds John Kopelousos president of the
bitten on various parts of her and B Squad Cheerleaders, Florida, Georgia the Carolinasand i
was decided to run the boat, mfcl 1 I I that time the Sheriff's Bureau was Prescott and the woman obtam- are so constructed that the mixture local Jaycee group.
her face. have delivered far north I
including coacnes. and parents. as
tor and trailer give-away for;! hody I (Continued on Page 6)) Continued I on Page 51 is poured into a hole. pour- A countywide search is now in
held tor ] Awards, trophies, and jackets I ts West Virginia. Because of the
three months instead of two, as' Both dogs are being I __ L& _r OL ': progress with the public asked to
rabies checks because it has not will be presented to the players weisni 01 me anicies: express or
originally planned. This promo- nominate farmer between the
been definitely determined which at this time Coach Lennard Register freight is a large part of the cost. any
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tion will be helrf during May. ares of 21 and 35 who is making
I I said yesterday: also all-con- so whenever possible Mr.Ritch.
was the guilty one.
June and July. The contest for I outstanding progress in his agriculture
; 1 truck.
ference and all-area achievements.Register makes deliveries by his own
most popular Senior boy: and girl. also announced that : I I New items are made whenever I career. is practicing soD

previously scheduled for May. was DeVane Brothers two members of the 1958 squad ,I seme member of the family team :and natural resource conservation .

dropped to make room for the : have received scholarships to sees an article he thinks would be I and who maintains a con
extra month on the boat give- sistent contributory role in community -
Tom mold
Florida State University. : ? good seller They buy a

away. Slallings, stellar tacRIe, received: or maketheir own and this has I improvement affairs.

The first big cooperative sales Buy BuildingFor a four-year scholarship, while ir led to a large variety. Some of Purpose of this search is to Increase of*

promotion of the new year will quarterback Bubba LaMee was a- the statues are piped to be used I public understanding

aided a conditional ___ decorationor the farmer and his problems and
be helJ in February with a City- one-year as fountains for lawn
Eagle StoresAnnouncement grant. for swimming pools.If to create through example, mote
wide Dollar)) Days event. A Treas- youth interest in farming as a
you stop at Mr. Ritch's souvenir -
Chest contest is scheduledfor I and satisfying career.
ure profitable
stand! ack to see the interesting
of the sale ot Florida Bank will be mad
Much; Sidewalk Bazaar in manufacturing plant in the Numercus awards
the Suslow building on West Call winner and
April; boat give-away in May., rear Few people know that these to the community
St. (formerly Ducky's) to the Ue- Gives Promotions j runners-up. The local winner will
June. and July; Showcase prize articles displayed i by Mr. Ritchnd
Vane brothers of Lake City was
be entered in the state judging
? mam other such places are
awards in August; Fall Dollar announced this week by Harry and may win an all-expense trip
Reports Progressc. made in Bradford County. I
Days in September: Guessing Elrod Jr.. local realtor. to a national awards program in

Contest in October: Christmas Owners of the Eagle :Stoies Indianapolis. Ind. next April

Parade in November: and Santa chain of clothing stores the l>e- E. Hernwall. cashier of the Eight New Homes when America's four outstandingyoung
Florida Bank at Starke was pro-
Claus e\erts in December.The vanes plan to begin remodellingthe farmers of 1958 will be
moted to vice-president and cashier
program was UnanImously building early in February and and named to the Board of Already SoldIn elected. The contest is sponsored
accepted by the twelve firms attending will move their Starke store there jointly by the Jaycees and the
; Directors at the annual stOCk-
Monday night's meeting. later this year holders meeting and directors Saratoga Hts. American Petroleum Institute.More .

and it is expected that more than Documentary stamps attixed: to: meeting of the bank on Tuesday.Mr. than 1.500 communities are

20 will join the group in time for the deed indicate a sale price Hernwall has been with the Eight of the 13 new homes txpeetcd to participate.Application .
the Feoruary sales event. blanks be obtained -
of $17,000. may
local' Bank since 1941. now nearing completion in Sara-
Only the five main holidays : S. L. Peek Jr., president of the toga Heights rune already been at the Chamber of Commerce -

were accepted as closing dates DocumentIs : bank, stated in his annual report \sold, according to an announcement offices on Temple Ave.. or
by the retail group Monday night Hefty that the institution had made excellent 3Iemhers, of the BUS Rirl.' >'ar-itj baskrtlrall team an1st : yesterday by A. J. Thomas may be filled out in the space.be-

These are: Independence Day I RecordedAt i I| progress during the year. Triple Header row (IFay) )Jlorrer Charlene Dennis, 1'hjllis I'retatt, Betty : Sr.. local realtor. Icw. which may be clipped but.

Saturday. July 4; Labor Day. !l Deposits at year-end were 3.311 Lou YYainw right. 2nd row: Ginger Thornton. U'tisan Made, Linda I The new owners are: Mr. and and mailed to the Chamber before

Monday, Sept. 7: Thanksgiving | 655.99. loans were $1.2:>5,401./0 Ilildehran. Janet Nichols, Nell Williams 3rd row : Helen .Mrs. Frank D. Ottinger. Kings- Tuesday, Jan. 20.

Day Thursday Nov. 26; Christ Cost Of $289 I and capital accounts totalled : With Santa Fe Kelly, Barbara Salmon Jojr Marling: Margaret Douglas, Linda Uey Lake: Halbert R. Gold 'ire.i Name . . . .
mas Day. Friday. Dec. 25; and j I S477.396.10. During the year substantial j Starke: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S.

New Year's Day, Friday. Jan. 1. I The largest single instrumentever : additions were made to (;ajle Moody. Hogsed Jr. Starke: Mr and Mrs. Address . . . . . .

from the schedule was Bradford County -I reserves and $25.000 was transferred Here E.Ekard. Starke Mr. and
Dropped James ;
Memorial Day. May 30. which brought recorded$289 in in recording fees I from undivided profits to I Iurplus. FridayBradford with Lake City the Bradford girls close: contest. I Mrs. Richard. F. Jams. Starke: Age . . Married . .

Jails on Saturday this year; and to the County Clerk's office here lost their first scheduled game ol I Bradford led at the end ot the i Mr. and Mrs. Marlon L. Elder Does nominee derive twothirdsof

Veterans Day Nov. 11. which I Tuesday: Late in the year the bank acquired -\ High's varsity cage the season, 4440. Helen' Kelly i first period, fell behind one pointat I Kmgsley Lake: Mr. and Mrs.

Wednesday regular three-fourths of a block of team won two out of three games was high scorer with Z3 points, half time but pulled ahead to Starke and his income from farming. .
or. a I Jackson W. Rahn. :
comes legal document wasa I i'
The tulky north of the the week runner-up' three minutes before the end I
property one block during past registeringa and Susan Slade was stay
haU-hohday closing date in 385-page mortgage from the : present bank building as a site lora I big 90-29 victory over Haw with 12. ol the third quarter. Kernandma I :'%r. and Mrs. Lewis M. Irby, r'ame of nominator . . .
Starke. I Starke. The Ottingers are already
& Oil Corp. I '
I, Houston Texas Trust Gas Co. and the I future new building. \ thorne, a 6859n from Fernan In the three :game; with Hawthorne -:;I never dd! fall too far behind 50 sec the occupying their house and others : Address . . . . . .
to Bankers Hernwall.. the Tornadoes, for with only
In addition to last
\ dma. but losing a 71-57 decisionto Thursday night of
Observes of Jack- I plan to move in shortly.
Alvarez National Bank the clock, Brad- .
Barnett reelected onds showing on
directors were a strong P. K. Yonge team
following of Bradford's teams
week none
65th Anniversary \ sonville. Trustees. I. : R. F. Bartlett, Dr. P. A. Bnnson. ,I Tuesday night in Gainesville.PKY had any, : trouble chalking up vic !:, ford was ahead only 60-:>7, but l. the This total latest number group of of houses 13 brings constructed Youths Given

The value of property in Bradford S. L. Peek Jr.. VV. H. 3eweli jumped into a 14fIrst the subs got in..I scored 8 quick points on Hobbs''steal
tories. Actually to
in Saratoga Heights ,
The 65th anniversary of the : County included in the I Ernest J. Snead, and Harold i ii I' quarter lead and the nearest the : as much playing time as the of the ball at free mid-court shots for by I: 70. The new houses range in Ten Year Terms

founding of Alvarez clothing irortgage. was listed as $287,615.64. .- i C.Wall.. 'I Tornadoes ever came to catching starters. Jimmy Cox poured 2'l a lay-up shot; two to 13500. All
from $11.000
store In Staike is being observed: Total value of mortgaged I At the directors meeting which i t pith them was 16-11 early in points through the hoops to lead I Hobbs and four by Futch. I:price have three bedrooms, and $OIDtl.a.e On B&R ChargesTerms

this week with a birthday sale property was 25000.000 with real followed the annual stockholders the second period. PKY showed the A Squad to victory followedby : Futch was second V high scorer two bathrooms.
estate in Florida accounting for meeting the following officers excellent outside shooting and Tatum's : with 16, Rivers had 14, and DIxon totaling 10 years each
featuring great reductions on na Terry Futch's 18, Tom \ Mr. Thomas said as soon as
tionally advertised brands of I $ were re-elected: S.L., Peek Jr.. controlled the backboards with 14. and Jim Hobbs' 11 points. 11Z. all 13 homes are sold, it is likeLy in the State Prison were levied

clothing. I The intangible tax collected bj president: Dr. P. A. Bnnson, vice 1 I their superior height. The Tor- Jimmy Malone scored 15 points I Coach Hobbs didn't use any substitutes > wiLl:t' oeginon Friday on Mitchell Crawford 19,

Bradford County was $575.23. president; C. E. Hernwall. vicepiesident I nadoes were off in their shooting the B team in their 45-; I in the game, and only f I trial construction and Rudolph Crews, 21, WhO
in 1894 J.M to
Established by I pace
of W. H, It required one full day for and cashier; Billy G j end when Armand Rivers fouled I 24 victory over Hawthorne. In: fouls were called against the loci i a new group. pleaded guilty to breaking and en.

Alvarez, grandfather I the photostating crew of the clerk Epps. assistant cashier: Ernest J,j cut midway the third quarter.I the final score was : aJs. \I tenng and auto theft. They were
Alvarez the girls
Graham the present owner document Snead. assistant cashier: and JOt' Starke was left without any height! game I Rev. Conway NamedTo
each charge
Store handles a compleU> I office to record the 19-33 in favor of BHS, with Helen i The B squadders ran into quite I given live years on
which filled the better part ol E. Tomlinson, assistant cashier. to get rebounds. the scoring with 18 a bit of trouble with the young Head Ministers with terms to run concurenUy.
clothing leading
boy's Kelly
line of men's and
I Tom Tatum scored 19 points Crawford who taa previouslyserved !
> one of the county's new : Pirates and suffered their first
will beheld points.
The anniversary event 18 to lead the industrial
and Hobbs term in the
three days this week. Thursday : books. Fire Prevention !i Bradford scorers. but PKY"s aid Friday night the girls had a: defeat of the season. i Rev Lacy Conway of the Airpark School a at Marianna, and Crews

: through Saturday. Fire Damages Group To Meet i Cherry took top scoring honors vacation, to while Fernandina both boys'for teams Con- ; treated This to Friday another night triple-header fans will be as I.i: president Baptist of Church the Ministerial was elected Al-.' who is a prison parolee were

I and Gene Sadie traveled into an office -
with 27 points with breaking
Santa Fe will bring their three I lance at the Monday morning r ,
Mabry To Speak Starling HomeFire Members of the Bradford County came next with 21. ference games. I J at the Noegel Brothers used
Conference of the organization.
The Pirates had a good, fast teams here for games. I meeting '
Prevention Com Bradford's B team took a close automobile
Forest Fire \ .. car lot and stealing an
at 6 elected vice
On Robert E. Lee and the Tornadoes had to The B teams will open up T. Quigley was pre.
did minor damage to th< mittee will meet Monday night,. 27-26 victory from PKY to net team .will come on by i i They were later arrested by police
I brand of ball to come p.m.: the girls
Jr. wil I home of R. A. Starling four mile!; Jan. 19. at 7:30: at"the Fire Control two victories out of three games play a top Hobbs scored 7:15; and the varsity boys around dent.Reelected for another year \TN!' in Jacksonville.
J. II. Mabry. victorious. Jim
Rev. out
1 miles wes; the week. They coast- in Crawford admitted -
eight during past While Jail.
SR 100. Sunday morning of the Madisor I
: west J. H.
E. on Rev. Mabry
the life of Robert lead his team to victory -
rpeak on 24 to
Monday. Jan. The Starke Fire Dept.. wh() ,cf Starke on Highway 100. ed past Hawthorne; 45-23. bucouldn't points floor 8:15.Next Tuesday night the varsity Street Baptist Church as secretary, to Starke Chief of Ponce Riley
lee on his birthday. U and played a good game
radio sta,. answered the 9:20: a. m. alarm, ; Members of the committee an handle Femandllla'gteam displayed: a I boys and girls travel to Green end Rev. J.E.. Sherwood of UN Sweat that he wu involved in the
19. at 9:45 a. m. over 4 and lost 48-31 for their first also.Both. teams ,. into and theft ot
Z. recent breaking
W. C. Powell chairman, Christian treasurer.
to fault; CBurch as
The is being attributed the fire a : and the lead changed Cove Springs for their first meet- First
WRGR. offense
tion program L.. defeat of the season. fast I items from TenriUejw Motors
abou t I'Hamilton, W. H. Maxwell. S.
damage was .
Week flue. Estimated the this
sponsored! bv the W. T. :s numerous times throUhout ling year.
In their Tuesday night game
$25. Peek Jr., and E, L. Matthews. I
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JANUARY 13.1959

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Survey started work in the counJ ,... Gafn* ril1e. Florida.
editorialP (0I ate the territory in the City of First!! publication on January S.
I ty and may have been the spark Only one set of such plans and Starke des-crilx-d as: 19;".
Farmer's DiaryBy that prompted County contract documents and forms forbidding A. Those P"rticn. of Section :S. 1,8, IT 1-:'
i SuneyorH. for this project may be secured "- :!,. :: and 33. Township 6 South.
E. Lagergren to write an article by general contractors only Rane 2! East. bounded on the -
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t Sam McGirrry on th2 south from the office of the architects North by Seaboard Air Line Railroad Cirralt ( ..,(.. Brailf.r4 O _lr.
boundary of the Florida In .
by depositing therewith $10.00 per Company. Wannee };ranvh. (hancery.iertena *
Overpass (0I cobnty. In 1881. when the state *.e t. The deposit from general contractors Right-of-way: on the South by \ M. Ringel. Plaintiff ".
fertilize pine trees (land concluded I legislature fixed the boundaries will be refunded upon Alligator Canal on the WeM by John W. Ringrl. I"'f nftant.
that it \\-ould ftJ. The submission of a bona fide bid and Westerly City Limits and on the' Case Xo. I2-CS7
way they cf >
Might Solve The Problem I ( Bradford County they drew the return of said plans and contract East by State Road 200 SAVE; ;':OTWITU APPEAR
: grow en cur place we'd hate to line through the center of the' documents in good condition within AND EXCEPTING that portion To: John W Ringel. w ho!v residence -

.1'' see them shoot up any faster. for lake at the south ten days after" the date set for the thereof embraced in GREAT is Norfolk Virginia and
( end along a opening of bids. If the general contractors OAKS according to plat thrreof whose address is: N. A. S. IL S :I,
Interest iri a pedestrian overpass on U. S. Highway practically take over a field non-ex !tant river (ISantaffy.T desire more than one set of recorded in Plat POOh !. Page Norfolk. Virginia.
in a couple of years. such plans and specifications them- (6. public records of Bradford Ton are hereby notified that a
301 in
front of Bradford
County High School I Mr.
S. Lagergren pointed out that may be obtained by paying th: eountFlorida.. suit for divorce has been filed against -
has been renewed, with the County Commission the legislators had probably mis- cost of duplication at the rate ofTJc B. North half of Northwest you in the above named Court
I And now Florida lemons are taken the line :; per sheet. for drawing and quarter of Southwest quarter.Sction and cane ami you are required to
and the indicating the
City Council the need edge
discussing and serve a of
#> coming back. We never could understand $::.00 per set for specifications! 33. Township 6 South. copy your answer or
value .of sucH a structure at recent meetings. It of the swamp for a river. Santa Fe which titll not be refundable. Range 22 East. lying Ka>t of pleading to the complaint on the
why: the fine big lemons Plaintiffs Attorney Green & Green.Starke. .
Lake Subcontractors and material
has suppliers Seaboard Air Line Railroad's"main
no outlet he
has also been reported that the State Road Department "Best strawberry growing season produced here were not in demand went oh. may purchase drawings and line" rightofwayto Florida and file the originalIn
the river by that name starts .... the office of the Clerk of the
is actively interested in the proposal for a long time" is the WRY a veteran but one of the reasons given in Barrow Bay. by*.ifl."tlon"paying| the from cost the of dupll'atlonat architects trlct be within a "I LiKht the meaning Industnaf of lIu'hZonlnlt Iil- Circuit Court on or before the 9

.and has undertaken a traffic count and cost berry grower describes the was that they were TOO BIG! the rate of The per sheet for Ordinance day of February, 139: : otherwisethe
As to the allegation of said
studies of the \. ather so far this season. Now that everything is going into importance in estat he drawings and J.OO per set for Copies of such petition are onfile will be takrn confessed-"omplalnt.
project. the the" ,' fflcatlon&. a* by you.This
bliihins which In-
boundary Mr. Lager- cost and may be examined in the
"Ther&'s plenty of moisture n""""'. concentrates the willing notice shall I.f' published
are eluded the cost of handling. This office of the Clt-rk. Thiahangs
Road officials City
: Department are said to haveben said "the
gren few fish muddlers once each w t-k for four
and the berries love it, and the l to overlook the huge size of cot will not I-e refundable.aidders' c' in znnin r has l>wn recommended consecutie -
impr ss d with a riexv\' type of pedestrian cold weathei will hold them 'back our lemons. do not have to quarrel about holes qualification must be by the City Board of Ad- Teleitraph.weeks in the Bradford County

overpass now functioning successfully in Cali- until the shipping season starts," 5S for there are more than enough j satisfactory I Instruction to of the Cradford Hoard of County Public jUltmf'nt.11 notified to tie persons present interested at mid time are Dated this 7 day of January. IS5: *.

fornia, and are more inclined to favor the project he added. We get tired cf reading every so and moonshine stills can never be i F The Rr>ard of Public In- and place and they shall !... hf'arrl.Datf'd (OFFICIAL Charles .\. SEAL Darby.)

than in the S. cften that Florida farmers make found anyway." s ruction of Bradford County. this 6th day of January neck ..r Hie 'in'uit Court.
now past. .55 j Florida reserves the right to waive j\. D. 19}?. :Marian
Cy U
There is no doubt that such an overpass, if We had our share of cold last mcn y when we know by going I informalities in any bid and to accept Chairman. City Couniit Clerk Crosby. Deputy
Mrs. J. C. Jones won honorable any bid which they consider 'I'SJ! T. C. Haien. Jr.
weekend. The temperature dropped around and talking to them that I'T 1-:'
found financially feasible, would go a long way mention in the State Home De- J to be in the best public interest' Attest: -
to about 27. and there was they have been losing their shirts. and to reject any or all bids. '5' rarl Johns --
toward solving a controversial problem in Starke. monstration canning budget conT h. Hoard of Public Instruction of City Clerk MiTII.:
ice everywhere. It was a regular Now at last: we find that recent
traffic in ttst. Bradford County. FloridaBy It I 'HI.or UK IIK>PU\IIBt.K!
Periodically' v IIKRT. "UJI.nt'-

front of the high school comes up for criticism the sun warmed things up andit farming prove that it is largely a S. January 15. 22, z,. 1J53ftIX OX: OTIIF.H Til t'\ >n -F.I.F. J.kn
Johnny Redgrave then employ-: !. The i'onnlr Judge' Conrt. In I;. \V.... .trd. IS 4ll-:>>
from i some, who say speed limit enforcement is felt more like Florida. losing p'oposition. However. it '
td: bj the Starke turf For Bradford ( sasSy. Florida. -
top; strict, while others maintain that every possible S S goes on to say that if a grower Dry Cleaners. FOR BID In Probnle.IX In CoahlT Judge' ('ouch I. .lad Far
precaution must be t taken to protect the The large white birds around can hit two good seasons out of returned from Lawtey CCC Camp Sealed bids will be received by the ] RE: Estate' of Fred Guy Jones Bradford Coiintr. Florid
with a tale of. of Public Instruction of Deceased.XOTICK.
running over a j In re: Estate of
here we've heard described as five that he can keep hishead Cradford County. FlorIda. at the TO fRKIIITORSAll : .
lives of students crossing! the highway before, two-legged snake. Unfortunately E \ (:A I J.rl"'I'd
"pond-scoggins". cranes. egrets above water. office of the" Superintendent of Public creditors of the e'.ta'of FredGuy >oTlciOF FII.IMt PKTITIOX
after, and during school. and herons. We checked in our S. he lost the snake which he had j t Instruction in the Courthouse.Starke Jones deceased are h.r,'l>y FOR FI\ U. niM'llRI.K! OF

There Js much to be said for both points of left 6n the running board so he ; .. E., Florida.T.. up to 2 o'clock P. i iM. notified and required to file any ADMIMVTRtTRIX
bird book and from the description Don't plant eggplant accord- Thursday February 5, claims or demands which they may TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN'Noli
view. Granted it is an inconvenience to slowdown of a )elIow bill and black legs ing to that report. It says that could not send the specimen to ;1959;! f>r furnishing all materials ]have asrain said estate in the office -e i Is, h..rf'hyI.n that I
and labor and constructing the following i of the ..
Ripley. j County Judge f Bradford have filed my final returns as ad-
traffic on a busy federal highway to 10 we think one we saw recently was eggplant is; a particularly poor S S I school building project in : C.untyf'lorirla.. in the courthouse ministralrt of the estate of E A

.. miles an hour but the life or even the maimingof an American .egret. risk. And it says that sweet corn P-radford County. Florida: I :>t Starke. Florida. within Galney. rfro-asrd. that I have filed
Bradford eight calendar
County month from
S. certainly had the my petition for final diO<'harge. and
even one student is too high a price to pay for is anotheloser in many cases. a fine booster 25 In STARKK. FLORID* liratif>n of I hi* that I will apply to the Honorable:
years ago
: school Was gcing to plant a atsuma. Any bid received after the notice. Each claim or rnainl must Tlieron .\. Yawn. t'"nt>- Judge of
lax speed law enforcement in the zone. S spedb
but George Roberts argued us out According to reports. you can Mrs. Courtney. On hearing that i fied time and date will not be o in writing and must st.iithe Bradford County. Florida at 10:00
Almost always when .such) a problem pre ents"itself Dr James W. Fifield a well- 'sidered. 'place of resideni-e and iK>,st-, ffi-e .\.M. on Monday. January :6. 19j! : !
of claims that the satsuma yield of about onethirdmore
it. George get a address
Each bid mast be accompanlf'dbF of the claimant ant mn't for approval of the sam.> and for
there is'a iatif cory solution if all iri- we'll known' Kansas City lecturer was b. sworn to l> .., ..
isn't much. and that watermelons by planting i a certified check cashier's check y the i-lnimant. his final <1i9 harprf "" administratrix f
.terests involved\ try hard enough to find it. In do a lot better by planting a them at three foot spacings in the in Jacksonville; and had stated 'or bid bond In the amount of five ''agent void or his. att.. rnry., or it will become the estate of E. A la n..y. d."C'alird.lah.II .
that he knew little per cent of the base bid as guaran- a T rding to law. thbleuemlcr %:'thi. 19-"iS! : at
this case, it would seem that the proposed $des- Ilamlin orange and a Marsh seedless row. Twelve foot spacings with of Florida |tee that the bIdder. if awarded the January !. IS39.Charlr :; Starke. Bradford County. Floridas

trian might be the answer. grapefruit. 500' lb. of fertilizer per acre yielded Mrs. Courtney assembled a large contract will within ten ivnsecntlvecalendar M. S.-lunitt BETTY: GAIXEY.Administratrix .
overpass Charles M S.hmittAdministrator; ..
number of Bradford County days afte> written notice f the Estate
The State Road Department must give its S. an pveraee of 444 melons products being given of such award enter of ti...- Estate of of 1 E:. .\. ;any. George sho ld know. for he has while three foot spacings and a ; rnd took them in to show \i into written contract with theIr Fred Guy J ti-.. d... ,.*,....\: 1-1 It I-'I: ?
permission for any structure erected over a state him. Among the canned fruits andvegetables ] >ard of Public Instruction of
ton of fertilizer
had a little citrus grove here over to the acre yielded : -
and doubt their expert opinion will Bradford County Florida In accordance =
highway no was a jar of whole-ear -<:
of 1.071 melons .
25 years and produced a per acre. with the accepted bid and
!f, soon be forthcoming. No estimate of costs has fruit in that time. He said that a S. corn with uncut green beans filli i give a contract surety bond satisfactory -

been made has it been determined who ing the spaces between the ears. \ to said Board in an amount STORE HOURS I
yet nor time several set
long ago growers All of which leads us to won- eqnal to one .hnndred per cent of

would pay the bill. Some saving in present costs! cut fairly large plantings of sat- cer what the grower would do She included fresh strawberries i the contract. price. 7:30 To 5:00SATURDAY
fresh vegetables and flowers and No l"idll i T may withdraw his bid
I would be realized by the city if it is no longer sumas. and the results were discouraging. with 311 those melons. if we had some baskets made of pine need- i f..r a period of thirty days after THIS WEEKS

to maintain aU-day traffic control at :: another year like last one when the date st for the opening" thereof.
: necjssary S. les. The baskets were made by < 7:30 To Noonw'I
: the crossing. However, it is likely that a degreef thousands were left rotting in the women of the Home Demonstra- All work Shan be done In accordance
See where the state School of field while at the same time they with plans specifications and
control will still be needed during the hours tion Clubs. i
conducted contract documents relative thereto -
Forestry an experimentto were selling for $2 each up in
: that students are entering or leaving school but see whether it would pay to Washington.Edwards We imagine Dr. and Mrs. Fifield Architects.' as prepared! Gainesville.by Coin and Florida Moore.

i the onstant.' ll-day patrol duty might be elimi- ---- were impressed and we take our ;Plans specifications and contract

nated. ,...vVVVYvVVVVVWVYVVVVV'STATE of Gainesville visited 1959 pat off to Mrs. Courtney for J documents may be examined at the
office of the Superintendent of Public -
relatives here Thursday.Mr. her understandable pride in Bradi i l Instruction. Starke. Florida.
With the four-laning of 301 we can expect evenT or
FARM and Mrs. Daniel Massey are ford County's products. >M the office of Ooin and Moore.
more traffic than at present and it is to e'eryone's the proud parents of a son born S. i Architects. 518 N. f;. 4th Avenue

'i: benefit* to that the tourists are kept Gainesville. Florida
see. By Mrs.! O. E. Crosby recently. Mrs. Massey is the former Sumpter Harley of Lawtey was Only one set of such plans and
., pleased and .$satisfied. .with the 301 route insofaras Soohia Adkins.Mr. also displaying! a home grown pro- contract documents and forms forbidding

ig' possible. Elimination of the 1 10-mile-an- AAAAAA4&444&A&ALAAAIAA and Mrs. O. L. Sapp were Suet when he brought a fan-shap- oy for general this project contractors may !'be! only secured -

hcur zone at the school would. undoubtedly do Rev. and Mrs. J. Kersey and supper cuests of the Johnny Ben- ed strawberry into the Telegraph j from depositing the office therewith of the 'architectsby I.OO per Watch This Space For Specials

t much to create tourist\ good will for the route. children of Palatka: were dinner netts Tuesday night. office. The berry was "almost big i s et. The deposit from general contractors -

1 If th .co3trbf an otSrpass is anywhere within guests of the O. E. Cr sbYs. Sun- Mrs. Reese Scott is visiting her enough for some local beauty to will be refunded upon
Ciother. Mrs. Cora Jones of Fern- submission of a bona fide bid and
: reason.sterns. as if. it would be a happy solu- day. andina. execute a fan-dance with. i return of said plans and contract
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dobbs of Jones is document" in good condition within -
tion wobtem and that will be-
: tpnft vexing one Those on our sick list are Bro.Harold" Y .vitvvvvvi'Pcv,, i ten days after the date set forth
Ocala guests pf Mr. and
.were Mrs. .
J comiTThore and more acute if n&t resolved.p !" opening of bids. If the general
Alvarez \
who"} is In JalcksonviUs -
., A. J. Greene. Sunday. LONG BRIDGE contractors desire _more than one
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Hingston of hospital and M. L. Mc- set of such plans, and specification. SHEET ROCK4'x8'x38"
these may be obtained by paying
t Live Oak spent the weekend with Daniel and 'irmly. At1D NEW RIVER the cost of duplication at the rate

: Is It A Game? his brother-in-law and sister Mr. Activites at Northside Baptist of 7!;c J per sheet for drawings andJI.OO

< and Mrs. Fred Cannon. Grannie Church are: Tuesday, choir re. Mrs. R. F. MerritIAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AA4A44j which per will st not for be refundable.specifications,

: The recent almost daily in&t&rice'fl of young Kingston. Mrs. Cannon's mother hearsal. 7:30 p. m.; Wednesday Subcontractors: and materials suppliers -

returned to her home after an extended Hour of Power. 7:30: p. m.; Fri may purchas-e drawings and
: boys breaking into and entering homes and businesses specifications" from the architects
visit with her son in Live day. Teacher's and Officers's Long Bridge Church had a good by paying the cost of duplicationat
S in Starke and vicinity caused one of our meeting. 8 p. m.: Sunday Sun attendance to hear C. J. Thomas the rate of T5c per sheet for the I 55
: puzzled readers to remark the other day: "What's Oak.We 'drawings and $:.0') per set for the
are very sorry to report the day School 10 a. m.; morning services Sunday morning and evening. specifications. which cost Includes

: the matter with our young people?" illness of Laurice demons, brother 11 a. m.; evening prayer The evening attendance was 57. the co"t of handling. This cost will SEE US FOR

J The question has been asked hundreds of times of Mrs G. E. Crews. He is a service 7:15: p. m. and worship Sunday, Jan. 18, there will be 'not ntddVrs be refundable.qualification must be

.. before, arid again we would like to point out that patient in Bradford County Hos- service at 7:30 p. m. Sunday School and church with satisfactory to the Board of Public COMPLETEBUILDING PER

1i, : there As nothing wrong with the vast majority pita We are all praying for his The church with the friendly the guest speaker for both mornIng Florida.Instruction The of Board Bradford of Public County.Instruction -

: of our'.y ung people., These infractions of the recovery.Mr. welcome. Bye now. and evening services from of Bradford County. Florlde. -
and Mrs. Eddie demons Keystone Heights. reserves the rtght to waive Informalities SHEET
a law ,that-cqme1'tbj: 'ttention are caused by aI '; in any bid and to accept -
and daughter of Miami and Mr.
I minute nevertheless exceedingly troublesome We regret to hear that John any bid "which they consider! SERVICES
and Mrs. Lewis demons and Mrs. Dukes has been in the to be i In the best public interest
minority. And sometimes it seems as if the Mary Roberts are visiting Mr. and hospital. ,and to reject any or all hid*.
Out We are glad that he is now released The Board of Public Instruction of
a motix-ation for: these escapades is a kind of fascinating Mrs. O. E. Crews to be near their and doing well. Bradford: County. FloridaPy

: that youngsters are playing rather brother, Laurice demons. .. : : Harmon I;. Morgan. Secretary *
game Paints
01 Congratulations to Emory Johnson January 15. ::. 2!>. 1J55 Roofing
: than the material gains that they realize from Several of the Farm childrenare his marriage to Gladys Mann -

S their crimes. suffering from virus colds andstrep' the I of Middleburg. We understand tKIITIFIfTK OF C'ORPOniTBnii Lumber Materials

; That is why we look with.so much hope toward rapid throats. We wish them a that the couple is residing In Mid- lTIIK :N\MK Ol.lTIO AMI HI TUB

of recovery. dleburj.A AITIIOKITT OF Tin 1T.\TK Of *
6 the forthcoming.employment a full-time recreation Masonry

I director for the ,City of Starke. If some ......TT..TTTT..T.TT Past birthday party was given for TOLL WHOM FLORID: THESE I : PKB- Products Water Pumps

; way i is found to reach and provide wholesome Billy Shiver Friday with 15 at- i E.NTS SHALL. COME GREETINGS:

J amusement and competitive sports for the NORTH SIDE tending. The guests ,were ,Faye Samuel Wherea X.s. Brown Starke. Florida Hardware Lawn
: [Edited By Alice McGarrey Ann & Donnie Bagwell and Steve i Everett I. Marley. :Starke.; .Florida Mowers
troublesome well the favor-
minority. as as more
'Lucille Brvwn. Starke. Florida.
By Mr*. Can BrovraAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Yancey of Starke. Alice and Rob- .
: d l decline. in the Freezing "Arni U )larle,. Starke. Florida.
f f majority we predict. a sharp weather hit the county ert Crew, Pearl Debby and Jim- did on the I5th day of October.

type violations That have plagued police andprQperty Jan. 9 and 10, 1934 setting the mie Lavender June and Connie 'IJ57: cause to be incorporaud under -

recent months. strawberry crop back. But the the provision of Chapter 60!.
her in
c owners ', Rev Carter filled his regular Anderson Sandra Holt. Sammy Florida Matutes. IlftOWX & MARLET. -
t. p ihtments Sunday morningand growers were not too unhappy and &tty Jo Moody and Joe and i INC.. a corporation, with its
because they figured the 50 principal place of business atTARKF. NO MONEY
evening. Those who missed per Jimmie Brannen of Long Bridge. ] DOWN
cent kill of the blooms COUNTV. in
i W cirniflg5ystdrn; Works church Sunday really missed a the hold The Medow Andersons left the State of Florida and whereas
season back to
a time when the stockholders of such corporation
blessing. early
Saturday morning for De-
Plant City would be less did on the !9th day of January. A. D.
: Something new has, been added to bring the Our community was saddenedlast petitive. Just before the freeze land and returned that night. !9th. cause to be filed" in the officeof Repair
week by the loss of dear Quite a trip for one day. the Stcretary of State of Florida
{ merchants of- Stark into .a closer-knit more a the'E'Ek"S: shipping included 40 a Convent of all the stockholders
fri nd. Miss Dora Clark. Funeral crates by Mrs. Edna Lavender gave a under Pie provisions of said Chapter
cooperative more congenial group. This n wde"ice services were conducted Sunday express and about 70 by Monopoly party Saturday night. *n.*. Florida Statues showing the
1 truck. The price was $5.50 for dissolution of such Add Rooms
is a "Call Warning System, inaugurated afternoon at the church with Rev. quart crates. Charlie Hagan is proud of his XI)"'., 'herefre. the corporation.Secretary ofState --- Carport ---

: last week by the Chamber of Commerce and put Milton Dukes ol Charleston. S. C. Seems as if nannie goat; she brought twin : does hereby: rUfyto the

to use! this week and quite effectively. for and pastor H. R. Carter offici- ielf, for it was history freezing repeates again this it- kids Tuesday. :foregor.the requirements and that he of Is law satisfutithat have Bath Room

the first tim ating. Miss Clark. 83. win never year on Jan. 9. 10. and 11. ____________ 1 b,'enoinpli'''rt with.
J Each cooperating merchant has been given a be forgotten in this community S SS ('.U.L FOR BIO* IX WIT.NESS WHEREOF. I have (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX-

a cardv1istinp: ; the telephone) numbers of three fellow for her good deeds. She donatedthe Sam Rosenberg had just opened tb SValed l.lds will b* recivd by hereunto set my hand and have af- TURES)
Board of rnblic Instruction of ;
land on which our church med tie Great Seal of the stat of
: merchants. When the ,need arises for a the Dixie Bargain Store at 228 W. Bradford County. Florida: at the Florida. at Tallahassee the Capital Time
.stands. Burial was at Evergreen Call St.. back in 1934. nffiw of the Superintendent of Pubt the Ninth day of January, A. U. To ReroofTAKE
J warning or other emergency message::: the chain CemeteryMr. S. li' Instruction in the "ourthoo"" i p35.

; reaction gets under arThe first business i S'tarke. Florida. up to S o'clock P.M ft.1-.\. GRAT.Stcretary .
and Mrs. John Benny Sappof Almost $200,000 for projects .. B. ? T.. Thursday. February i. of State ADVANTAGE OF TIllS SPECIAL
: man on the alert calls his three numbers, they Daytona visited his parents within the county was approvedby U J9. for fuminhiri* all I materials IT
and I latMir and
: in turn call three each. and so on until the en- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp over the the CWA I Civil Works Administration following w ho<>l building constructing project in -

tjre[ business district has the word in 15 minutes. weekend and attended church and included improving Bradford.RRtnKORD County HIGH. Florida SCHOOL..tlUtTORIlU. : Of I. n.hrarfford.('....Y CMotr."J_
: Through this i efficient system, our merchants services Sunday morning.Mr. roads. laying sidewalks in !!lOT\RKF.. FLORID I I ( HP..: rotate .fSWASWOW

: can be alerted to any threat, whether a bad check and! Mrs. Wade Gaskrns and Starke and Lawtey. additions and fid Any time bid and received date will after not the be pci-con- .'''tE Deceased.T1tF FREE ESTIMATES '

| artist pran: unlicensed} peddler in town. tranddaughter. Jackie visited in lepairs to schools drainage sewing sidered. ) TO CREDITOR!
Tallahassee last week. rooms for Starke and Lawtey. Each bid must be accompanied by All persons!'! having claims: or demands -
The" fairWarnmV System is just! one of the hew Starke City Hall. and a certified <'bevk. cashier' check against the estate of Agneswanb..m. CALL OR WRITE
Rev. the
and Mrs. Milton Dukes of r r bid bond in S deceased hereby
innovations into the amount Of fire are notified -
being effect
many put by our Scuth Carolina attended church County ccurthouse addition, mosquito per rent of the b."e bid as fcuaran- and required' to file' their
i newly revitalized Chamber of Commerce to insure here Sunday morning and were control and remodeling tee that th- bidder. if awarded thecontract claims In the office of the County DAY OR NIGHT

I local merchants: that they get value receivedfor dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Os- the Lawtey City Hall. calendar win.days within after" Un written consecutive, notice Judge Starke.of Florida.Bradford within County.eight Florida.calendar -

their dues dollar investment. Other benefits sic Norman. eing given of such award. enter month from the date of the WO 4-4201 or WO 44211STARKE
into a written contract with the first publication of thrs notice or
Winner cf
J will be forthcoming in the new year. Just keep Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Taylor of UDCs history con Board or Public fnstruction of ETad- the. same will. become void accord-

1 tuned to Station C of C. Middlebur? vi it*"$ ".. and Mrs. test was Lester Austin iith his ford County. Florida. in Accordance ", ; to la... Tills January 12. IJSS.DOROTHT .
paper. "A Pioneer in My Home with the accepted bid and gifc a AGXES SWAXDOM
a Rudolph Sapp. Sunday. contract surety bond *ati>faitory Administratrix of the Estate vf
., TOwn. \pbout the life of Mrs.
Rev. to said f>ard In an amount; equal Agnes Swaobom. deceased.
and Mrs. Carter. Mr. and Mary Todd an early residentho to one hundred percent of the con- Hollis V Knight
: THE B&Aof'ORb Mrs. Johnny Cowart and Mrs. G. tract priee. S;ta rk.-. Florida.
TELEGRAPH I. Sapp were to Black \\ did much for the welfare and Xo bidder may .withdraw his Atf6rn-y; for Administratrix BUILDERSSUPPLIES
beautification of Lawtey. bid for a period tic thirty. days after First Publication January is. jj;,
: ESTrlOR" Pond
lnt iast
d. ( Friday S S the date set for the openingthereof. 115: 'Ct 2,5,
t 'j .%'* OLDEST WEEKLY >IW*. Helen Butler and Mrs. Susie Also mentioned as having fine All work f.hall be done .hu accordance 3.OTICK- _

I ;::#1 1't # '" r\rtR; BUHHEo- THE RIGHT rOLNT tar the papers were Miss Lois Long who with plans specifications NOTICE. HEREBT GIVEN that INC.
; \'t ;t" CONTINOCSLT wrote of the life of Col. Comer L. and contrmxt documents< reUtir of'f! Tuesday the 3rd day of Febrg..ry. $
I'NPR TflE"-SAMB KU ii4D. way you'rlt ) and thereto as prepared by Coin aDd a. A. D. m. at 1:OO P. )I.. the
Cbnra In
select Peek. arid Miss Martha Brownlee Moore. Architect. Cainef rille.. Flflri City;: Council will hold" public
...II kt4:11k' (TI'.t., ..lF., .JertW .. .eesaJ Claw Matter for. her paper on CoL W. T. i I your faTbrif* teSTERBROOKFAunUin. document, be examined
may City;; Halt Starke Florida upon a

se&efli-T:1frniIcit!: ;. ._:!_' _rr.-P__h_ _ia. ..ier' Aei_ .f lat ft. 11ThI Pen. TT4.CfiRAPH Weeks. .5. of at Public the office Instruction.of .the Superintendent Starke. Florl- entitled petition' Zoning to amend Ordinance Ordinance- City lilA of AT S.A.L. DEPOT STARKE, FLA. {

da. or at the offuv of Coin and S'Tirke.pursuant" to
The U,, S. Coast and Geodetic ifowre. Architect, il> X. E. .ith ,RpXonin* Number 1-a.Applicationtar to desig -- -- =r.-: -

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f' II I I I I I earth are reflected back on the night with her grandparents Mr.-r7- -. I .
where she learned something of!i ing before interested groups and,
Home Demonstration plants. Tall plants with stems and Mrs. Jessie Hardenbrook
of t
the people and became fluent in t*I mailing circulars and prayer letters .
should not be sprinkled especially Colley Road. ; : : ":'1'o :
x 1,;.:.: Portugese. to .those who are lr terested.
Notes ia windy weather, because if ice ;-. .'
We are sorry to hear that Dar- Miss Sweeney says that the Ba Accord>g..t.o Miss Sweeney it costs
bjDOROTHY forms the weight may cause the lene Baker has been in Bradford Wan children with whom she approximately $135 a month to

j iI i plant to break. County HospitaL We wish her a works, have little to do except support each member in the field.
Sri ROSS Oddly! enough, the sun is often speedy recovery. work. Many of them have no I When Norma decided to do this

Home Demonstration Agent the cause of serious damage to Miss Tressa Jones was guest of other schooling than the Christian work she-had no money and when
plants. Ftozen tissue is often kill- ,
Now Miss Patsy O'Brian Sunday night. teaching which is given them by 1 1I 6 i her mother pcinted out the fact
that citrus fruits
are in in moderate
oven (1350 degrees F.J] ed when the sun thaws it. If the I I
I Mr. and Mrs Edward Harden- herself and two coworkers Mrs. i I her answer was "I have $5 and
season again you can afford to until set, about 45 minutes. Yield: tissue is thawed in the shade the
use them generously in the fresh 6 to 8 servings. plant may survive. Keep frozen brook visited Mr. Hardenbrook's Carlburg who recently returned I l j.I 111 get by if I pray." ,
state because they are lower in Lake Emerald Grape plants in the shade until thoro- parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hard- to the United States for medical Hearing about it' the Hampton

price than at any other time. Ideal For Home Planting ughly thawed if possible.The enbrook last week. aKti< treatment and Miss Marilyn Mc- WMU and their friends gave a
One serving of a citrus fruit A grape arbor will furnish you Mr. and Mrs Jeff Smith were Murtrey who is presently carry- shower for her. One of her gift
best way to protect plants ing on the work. was a made of dollar bills.
each day is essential to healthygums with eat-out-of-the hand fruit visitors in Sunday services We corsage
in freezing weather is to cover According to Miss Sweeney, Many local churches and some
and in preventing a tired end give your "acres' a homesteadlook. enjoy having them with us.
feeling. Citrus furnishes vitaminC Lake Emerald grape is recommended them with paper, straw, or cloth. Boatdrain Baptist Church s'L these children are descendants of from Jacksonville have become interested -
Although paper is a good insulator slaves originally imported from
and helped her finance
which strengthens blood vessel school 10 .
Sunday ,
for home plantings.It a. m.: Morning .
it is dififcult to keep on the ,- Africa. Their parents make their this good work. Among them are
walls helps form red blood cells is a thrifty producer in north Worship, 11 a. m.; Training ; 4t4
plants. Put a cotton sheet over F livelihood by selling fruit The the Hampton Baptist
. and promotes resistance to com- and west Florida. Union 6:30 p. m.; Evening Worship Hope Bap-
the plants after the layers of parents, and scmetimes the children tist, Trinity Baptist, and Norman-
mon respiratory infections, such Lake Emerald is the result ofa 7:30 p. m.; and Mid-week
paper are in place. will sit in the market,
dy Baptist and the Gospel Tabernacle -
as colds. native white-fruited : prayer meeting 7:15 p. m. Wed. s,.i
jK e K
grape The stems and trunks of some .r place or peddle bananas. I" of Starke.
Vitamin C cannot be stored in known a? Pixiola and cultivated Pastor Rev. Orville Brookins.
the plants may be protected by wrapping avocados papayas and pineapples With from 30 to 50 children ina
body to Everyone welcome.Don.t
any great extent, Golden Muscat. Tests indicate
with paper and corrugated 8 2 which they pick wild or cultivate. class and with seven or more
therefore, a daily supply is needed that the grape is not affected by forget the study course A ti
cardboard. Remove the stem The three missionaries hold classes held each week, many children -
to meet body needs. (degeneration dieback, or decline. in the book of Mark starting
wrappings after two weeks or classes in their apartment and at of this backward area of Sal
Here is a citrus recipe you will This condition, caused by a virus, with the return of warmer weath- Wednesday night. Those wishingto homes and churches in Salvador. vador are being taught about
want to prepare for your family. is the reason for most of the grape attend can get books at the
sometimes driving many miles into Christian living. Miss Sweeney
For other citrus recipes, send a production failures in the past. er.It church. Everyone welcome to attend -
is not the
possible to protect or desert in their reminds anyone interested in the
card addressed to Miss Dorothy Lake Emerald is ideal for home one-stem palms by wrapping the this study. jeep. Long distances are covered movement that funds can be sent

Ross, Box 267 Starke and ask for use. Its juice is sweet aromatic, stem because the whole tree dies by commercial plane as there are to the International Child Evan-

the new bulletin "Using Florida agreeable in flavor and light in when the terminal, top bud is Mrs. Rita Dickens .. few good roads in the area. Classesare gelism Fellowship, P. O. Box 637,
Citrus Fruits. It is free for the color. Being high in sugar, the killed. Small palms are more Will Have Novel held seven days a week and Palisades. Cal. or to her at 309

asking. fruits are finE for sweet juice I easily killed by frost than tall include many denominations as N.E. 9th St. Gainesville, Fla. Any

Orange Bread Puddin processing. I ones because the coldest air is Published SoonMrs. the work is interdenominational.Many money sent should be to her personal -
Three slices stale bread, 2 eggs These grapes when grown in I near the ground.If funny stories arc told by account if it is to go for

one-half cup sugar, one-fourth diffused sunlight develop a light plants cannot be covered or Rita Dickens of Marianna, 1 { 1 x, Miss Sweeney about the language work in her field.
teaspoon sale, one and two-thirds olden color when ripe and are protected by sprinkling it is helpful .r who is well known in Starke having difficulty when she first started
cups milk, 1 cup orange juice 1 acceptable as local market grapes, to us heaters or open fires. visited Mr. and Mrs. L. D. her work. She remembered the
teaspoon grated or finely chopped but are not good shippers. Grove heaters protect plants under Vining many times over the past wide-eyed children when she said TB Association

orange rind. Planting season for grapes is snide or under trees. 20 years, has signed a contract in Portugese "We will bow our Directors To Meet
Cut bread in small cubes or from now through March. Plant- One device used is a twoquartcan with Exposition Press for pUbli- heads open our eyes and pray."

break into small pieces. Place in ing stock of Lake Emerald is of sawdust, soaked with fuel cation of her novel. "Marse Ned," The children did just that until The board of directors of Bradford -
buttered baking dish. Beat eggs. available from commercial nur- oil and set about four feet from a fictionized account of the lives 'The Singing Lady"Nonna she realized that she had used the County Tuberculosis and

Add sugar, salt and milk to eggs. erymen. the plant. These should be placed of her parents in the South before wrong word. Another time the Health Association will meet Tues

Stir in orange juice and rind. Tender Plants Can Be about 10 feet apart when using during and after the War Sweeney Started Missionary I children were sent into giggles aay Jan. 20, for a luncheon meet-
Pour mixture over bread. Bake Protected From Cold more than one. The fire should be Between the States. when they were told a story abouta ing at 301 Restaurant.

Last winter's freezing weatherwas started when the temperature Mrs. Dickens' novel is a delightful boy "who threw his head in the President Bill Soto will reporton

costly to Florida growers but reaches 34 degrees or when frost story of Southern life Career With And A garbage." The story was meant to the State Board of Directors
GAY'SHome the experience brought out some forms.VTTTYVTYYYYTTYYYTYYYYYT. told with warmth and humor. It $$5 Prayer"The convey that the boys was disturbed meeting< held Saturday in Jacksonville -.

important points about protecting will be enjoyed not only by Southerners and excited. which he attended as representative
AppliancesYour house and garden plants from Workers of the Child Evangelism from the Bradford County -
but by people everywherewho "
singing lady" is the name lady" or "Story lady she was Association. Mrs. S. J. Mc-

Friendly cold.First of all. do not fertilize late GRIFFIS LOOPBy are interested human lives. by which Norma Sweeney is once spoken of as "Vera," which collecting Fellowship funds are needed responsible for their for Garvey also attended as dlrector-
Mrs. Dickens has an interesting known in Salvador Brazil where translated from one of the songs
in the fall or early winter, especi- work and they do this by speak- at-large.
Norge Dealer ally with nitrogen because a Southern background. Her maternal she is a missionary under the she had taught the children
flush of growth produced in the Verble AndersonAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. great grandfather was John sponsorship of the InternationalChild meant "simple as can '>e."

NQROE APPLIANCES fall or winter is more susceptibleto Milton Florida's Civil War Gov- Evangelism Fellowship. In Brazil for three and a half MOTORS
cold injury. ernor (1862-18651. Her paternal Norma is a Bradford County years, Norma first prepared for religious -
MATTAQ WASHERS With the approach of freezing Mr. and Mrs. Millard Keith and great grandfather was General girl who was born and reared in work at Bryan University.

weather, the soil should be irri- children of Jacksonville visited David Blackshear, prominent In Hampton and a 1949 graduate of Dayton Term., where she earneda
COLKMAN HEATERS and gated so that it is moist to the Mrs. Keith's parents, Mr. and the history of Laurens County, BHS. At present she is home on degree in Christian Education.It Service HeadquartersANY

FLOOR FURNACES surface. Moist soil allows the heat Mrs. Ralph Gainey, recently Georgia.; leave and staying with her mother was there that she made the

We Service rays from the earth to warm the Everyone enjoyed the good Mrs. Dickens was born in Mar- Mrs. M. C. Sweeney and sister decision to work with the Child MAKE OR MODEL
All MakesOf preaching by Rev. Curtis Harris ianna, and spent her girlhood in Connie in Gainesville. Evangelism fellowship and con-

Appliances air.If the air is still, it may be Sunday. After the services Rev. Dublin Ga. She was married to "We are called lots of things," tinued her study with a year's Frank Allen Herman Hodges

PHONE: WO 4.7511 possible to protect plants by using and Mrs. Curtis Harris Rev. and James Dickens in 1913 and livedin Norma said and laughingly recall- specialized training at the Child John Gilliam A Total of 45 Years of

Starke, Florida mist nozzles. If enough mist canto 'Mrs Orville Brookins and Eugene Halifax. Va. until his death in ed one name that amused her. Evangelism Training Institution Experience to Serve You.
thrown into the air to produce Griffis vent to Spring Bank Baptist 1924. Now a widow she makes her Apparently the children apply any Pacific Palisades. Cal. From there

a fog the heat rays from the ; Church to an Ordination Ser- home in Marianna. name that they remember from after her appointment to Brazil Your Authorized Ford Dealer
vice where Rev. Dan Driggers was their songs and Bible stories for, she was sent to Sao Paulo Brazil I

ordained. They also attended din- Matthews Seeks Law besides being called "the Bible for orientation and language study
PROTECT ner on the grounds after the ser
your DRIVER'S licenseBUY vices. To Protect Public : .... ..:

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Griffis
From Sonic BoomsSonic
and children of Palatka were
guests of Mr. Griffis' parents Mr.
boom blast legislation
and Mrs. Arnold Griffis. last
protecting those injured from uncertain -
LOWHCCST LIABILITY INSURANCE Thursday causes is'being proposedin ARKS
There will be a mass meetingthis DALE'SWinter
Congress by Congressman Billy
Thursday night Jan. 15 at
Matthews of the Eighth District.It .
the Hampton Baptist Church.
No Membership Fee 6 Mo. Policies Those wishing to attend and is proposed that any damageor
needing rides should be at Boat- personal injury caused by a jet

drain Church at 7 p. m. Let's all plane crashing through,the sound
barrier will be deemed to have
go and win the Banner back
; again. been caused by agencies of the
DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Brian Department of Defense and such
claims would be settled and paid
end children visited Mr.
and Mrs.
136 W. Call St. PLone1'O: A-4501 Rudy Chism Friday night. for by the Department.

Miss Patsy O'Brian spent Friday Congressman Matthews is
hopeful that this legislation will
prevent the Defense Departmentfrom

escaping liability when no

Meet direct cause is proved.
car Sonic booms have become almost -

commonplace in Starke dur-

ing the past several years but
have caused little if any actual
that set thefashion world damage. Some have been strong DRESSES

enough to rattle windows and 1
'0 doors, and jar china on kitchen 0SWEATERS 0 -
shelves. .1 PAJAMAS

fire Extensive damage was done in

Ull Fou're seen it featured in Gainesville several months ago SKIRTS
from a sonic boom that shattered -
HARPER'S BAZAAR. .'? numerous plate glass windowsin SLACKS

the business district The Department F F SWEATERS

Now drive THE GLAMOUR CAR OF THE YEAR! of Defense finally assumed / JACKETS

-" liability for the damage AND MANY
after all branches of the service

denied having a plane in the
Gainesville area at the time of PAJAMAS + OTHER ITEMS

: Rotarians the blase. Hear 3 F GOWNS. / F FOR THE

Discuss Rev. Jack Communism Mabry DRESSES / ENTIRE

Rev. Jack Mabry pastor of the FAMILY

II Madison Street Baptist Churchwas
I '\ guest speaker at the Rotary

I xS ; world.Christianity Club conflict Wednesday between for Communism,control discussing of and the the COME SEE! COME SAVE 33 % To 50%

59 FORDS ;: The speaker was Introduced by

,: 959 beautifully the world's proportioned most l cars'It's J the Al P.program.Jaudon Watson,who president had charge of the of AND MORE ON EACH DOLLAR YOU SPEND ON WINTER CLOTHING!

Keystone Heights Club was a
guest at this meeting and spoke

the Fordf briefly ages to pointing the individual out the and advant-the Will Buy a Suit of Long Underwear I

: / cubs: -having a large number

f r- Gf members attend the forthcoming Bill Fold a8abyCap Child's Slipper
other car was heralded by a leading fashion District Conference in Talla ip
magazine? What other car has become a stile hassee. 39C

sensation in the most fashionable !stores? :None but '. and many other surprises at .
the-exciting 1959 Ford Calaxie! Married in style to Come:.. In and see the thrilling Wm. Oscar Casey Sr.

the Thunderbird only a few short reeks ago. the all-netc car that combines _:

Galaxie is already tbe Glamour Car of the Year. Thunderbird and William Oscar Casey Sr., 72, fifYfl:1if
And we feel sure' that this brilliant match will set Elegance died at his home near Lawtey on
your heart on fire. For the Calaiie is Thunderbird Ford Size and Savings Wednesday Jan. 7. as the result

in everything but price nUlls Ford-low!_Come try of a heart attack. He was born in
new Ford Galaiie for "sighs" .D.A.r. North Carolina on Sept. 13. 1887
111 W. CALL ST.
and was engaged in farming mostcf
his life. Survivors include four
sons and three sisters. Phone WO 4-7171
Services were held at the grave-

side in Crosby Lake Cemetery at Starke, Fla. .
206 W. MADISON ST. PHONE: WO 4-3381 STARKE, FLA. 11 a. m. Saturday with Rev. LacyConway
officiating. DeWitt C.
If You're Interested in an A-l USED CAR Be Sure to See Your Ford Dealer Jones Funeral Home was in .

., charge o! arrangements .

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');0 ,Wesleyan Guilds lY Suzanne JuddCelebrates March Of Dimes Mrs. C. H. Quick underwent Mrs Harry C. Elrod. Jr. entered .

Give Reception 4 w surgery in the Bradford County I Doctor's Hospital on Mondayfor
BirthdaySuzanne .
f Drive To Finance Hospital on Tuesday observation and treatment.
For WSCS Members. x .M .
Judd celebrated her --- ----- - - -

f The Wesleyan Service Guilds, .3 'i'i I 13th birthday last Saturday evening Expanded Fieldi; TERWILLEGAK MOTORS

units one and two, entertainedat i with a party at her home, : I ;

x a lovely reception.. Tuesday : I r a, Y. 127 Lafayette street: Launching an expanded attack)
GIad'I Mooty evening in the Methodist Fellowship / 1 The refreshment table was on behalf of a whole new
___________ _____ M "c' r overlaid with group I j 1957 Bel Air Fordor ..
-- Hall honoring the Women'sSociety a beautiful white of physically underprivileged persons I -J
of the church. cut work cloth and had a centerpiece :- the "Greater Victories' i
F. L. Reddish, Little Women The tea table was covered with of pink roseS flanked by March of Dunes got under way i Like New Radio, Heater, Power Glide,

Recent Bride, I Will Assist an imported white cutwork cloth l li dk white candles in silver holders. Jan. 2 in Bradford County with White Tires, Tutone One Owner .
Refreshments of sandwiches Harry C. Elrod Jr. as campaign I!
I centered with an artistic II t
Honored At Shower In Heart CampaignMembers 'i'white dried arrangement flankedby ; iis cakes Cc 1-Colas and mixed nuts director. I|I I 1

( four low silver holders with were nerved The appealiU continue i! J
Mrs. Frank Lamar Reddish, the '
of the Little Women'sClub
I I tall burning white tapers. Silver The 30 guests enjoyed games throughout the month with the ;* .169500SAVE
former Miss Barbara jean Norman met Monday evening in the\ 'and traditional Mother's March and
j I, trays and compotes held dainty # dancing during the party
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. clrb house for their January sandwiches and cake squares, [hours, 7- to 10:30. March of Dimes Ball climaxingthe : i

M. Norman Jr., was honor guestat meetin;. I mixed nuts and mints. Presidingat '59 drive later this month.

a delightful sTiower Tuesday, The club voted to again assist i the silver services at.both-ends YyYa fBPW Club Meets "The current March of Dimes I

night of last week in the lovely the senior club in the Heart I,cf the table were the presidents 41 must meet the big challenge ot.
home Fund Drive Feb. 21-22 and every cf both Guilds, Mrs. R.: S. Mullins With Mrs. Doyle the three big cripplers polio, $$50' ON THIS
new of Mr. and Mrs. Morris ,
member was asked to be presentone j{and Mrs. Nelson'Green. arthritis and birth defects," El-
Carter near Heilbronn Springs.:; of these wo days. Plans were ..j I The approximately 75. guests The. Starke BPW club met rod, said. "Just as the National
Hostesses on this occasion were [discussed for a Mr. Heart Throb Thursday evening. Jan.! 8, at the Salk'vaccine
enjoyed group singing and fellowship t t Foundation came up with |
:Miss Connie Clemons Miss; Linda dance to be held the end of Feb- home of Mrs\ J. D, Doyle with so too we hope to move i
during the evening. 1 11 1 PC. BEDROOM GROUP
Gaskins, and Miss Joyce Morgan. ruary. Civic clubs will be asked to 4. .. Mrs: Pansy Quigley as co-hostess.!! ahead toward greater victories ir -
January being Guild
After a number of games and ;, pick one boy from High School etyiv, Mrs. Edward Hall, president, arthritis and birth defects."
members of both Guilds will sit
contests, the honoree opened her;-, to run as Mr. Heart Throb. He i y4f presided over the meeting. The "Polio remains one of our prime
gifts, assisted by her mother-m- I till be crowned at the dance. A in a group at Sunday's morning study of the Traffic Signal Course targets because there are many

law, Mrs. Moirell Carradme. All j! committee was appointed to be church service. I was brought to the attention of victims of that disease still need

ribbons and bows, used in wrap1ping j in charge of the dance with Har- the club and work; :on th sill begin ing help," the chairman said. "Pol- ,
DCT .. :
the gifts were fashioned into I I riett Powell as chairman. Program -< J r1' ..J" shortly. Miss Florence Jennings io patients in our county who need
a cascade as a keepsake by MissGaskins I Judy Dankel and Sylvia Paulk Will Be Discussed treasurer, gave a report assistance will continue to receiveit
and presented to the gave an interesting talk on their Miss Hiatt on the dance held recently. The I from the March of Dimes in
Sonoree.Arrangements. j.i experiences with the Junior Wo- At PTA Meeting Jean: local club will sponsor Miss Della addition we are planning new-

of red camellias!' men's Club. Sylvia also sang sev- Weds Randal Owens Rosenberg for Third VicePresident programs providing assistance to
white chrysanthemums and green-1 i, Hal scngs! accompanied by Bob Diversified Cooperative Trainingwill in the state organization. young arthritis patients and to '
ery were used in decorating: the Smith at the piano. be. the subject of the High At Crystal River Plans were made to give a pro- children born with aefects of tne
During the social hour coffee School PTA at the Tuesday -
program gram.at the district central Direct
party rooms. were| Miss Jean Hia'tt i a former resident meeting in nervous system.
served from the dining room table, j j i and doughnuts were served by Jan. 20 meeting in the school of Stance and student of Lake City Jan. 25. financial assistance to such ChIl-
which ; the hostesses, Susan Wait, Mar- library at 8 p.m.A .
was covered with beauti-1 of
a Bradford County schools, became dren through the age
fuf lace cloth. Centering the I tha Dayton Linda Gaskins and panel of DCT students; under the bride of Randall Owens on Birthday Party 18 phis aid to all polio patients
table was an artistically decorated Kathleen' Conway. the direction of Bill Costello, DCT who need it will bring new hope
Saturday, Dec. 20, at 3:30 p.m. at
cake" in paste; colors, forming a'' Director will discuss the advan- For Donna PatrayMrs. to' many youngsters in our com-
the home of the bride's parents in 4-Pc. Bedroom Suit .. .. .. 154.95
large umbrella with imaginary Jr. Club Members tages to the students and to the munity."
Crystal River. The double
of Diversified nng Don Patray entertained at
rain drops. The punch bowl was I community Coop-
In addition to direct help
was performed by Rev.
Meet TonightJunior erative Training.A ceremony a lovely birthday party Saturday. 1 Innerspring Mattress .. 39.95
surrounded with lace fern camellias Simons Wade of Bushneil grand- many local children adults sutler- -
Jan. 3. for her
and chrysanthemums.The meeting ot the Executive daughter Donna ing the pain of arthritis and persons -
father of the
Woman's Club membersare groom. Lou, who
door prize was won by Mrs.I board will 'be neld at 7:30 pre- was celebrating her victimized by birth defectsof I 1 Box Spring .. .. 39.95
reminded to attend the The bride the daughterof Mr. eighth anniversary.New .
F. M. Norman Jr., mother of the i ceding the regular. PTA. meeting. any kind will also benefit from
special meeting tonight t Thursday T and Mrs.. Clyde Hiatt former resi Year's decorations
honor guest. Ii .j were the 1959 March of Dimes
througha 2 Feather Pillows 4.50
] at 7:30 o'clock at the club depots of Bradford County and >Tr. used in the Patnry home for the -
Fifty'guests were present on I house to make further plans for Mrs. Sullivan Weds Owens is the son of Mrs. John occasion with a Happy New Year greatly expanded research pro-

this_ _delightful__ h occasion. I the Spring variety show. I John E. Kuni g Petty of Safety Harbor. cloth and matching napkins used gram cures aimed and preventions at finding in causes theses, 1 Bed Spread - 11.95

The bride, woo was given in on the refreshment table. The I
two areas, the campaign director :
when needRELIABLE Miss Ann Stumps; of Jackson- marriage by her father chose for 30 little guests enjoyed games pointed out.Herman. 2 Boudoir Lamps 7.50r
you ville entertained at a delightful her wedding a white lace over with prizes and were given favorsof t

wedding announcement party taffeta gown with Peter Pan coi baskets of randy and horns. W. ClementHerman 258.80 :

Sunday evening at her home hon- lar. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion }!rs. Patray was assisted by her

GAS SERVICETHINK oring Mrs. Dorothy Sullivan of fell from a tiny cap. She mother Mrs. L. O. Hazen and William Clement 70. Of SAVE 50.00 f
Starke and John Edwin Kunig of carried the traditional bouquet Mrs. T. G. Ritch.
Starke died in a local hospital
Jacksonville.Mrs. with pink carnations a touch and of color.pmkstreamE"rs I Monday morning after an extended SALE PRICE 20880CO'1
OF Sullivan and Mr. Kunig adding :Becky JacksonIs illness. He was !born in Cen-
SLADE GAS were married Monday afternoon, Miss Marguerite Hiatt attendedher ter Harbor, N. H. on Jan. 19. 1853! .
sister maid of honor, and Party HonoreeMrs.
Jan. 12, at Kingsland Ga. as and was a veteran of World WarI.

TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP The buffet dinner was served Bud best man.Miller served the groom as : W. T. Jackson gave a small I .
from a beautifully appointed Funeral services were held in HART FURNITURE
party Sunday afternoon
Mrs.Hiatt, mother of the bride, for her
PHONE WO 4-3551 table, overlaid with a lace cloth. 'daughter, Becky, who"as' celebrating the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
blue lace over tafteta
The centerpiece was of yellow wore a light
her fourth Home Tuesday at 11 a.m.th.
I roses flanked by yellow candles in dress, while the groom's mother_ birthday. 123 E. Call St. STARKE, FLORIDA
ReV. MacBlaine offi-
silver holders. Fifteen guests en- Mrs. Petty chose a light blue lin- A birthday cloth was used on '.
joyed this delightful affair. en suit. Both wore corsages ot the refreshment table which was I ciating. .

Mrs. Kunig is presently em-: dwarf chrysanthemums. Centered with'white, chrysanthe
mums. A pink and white
ployed at Koch's Drug Store and Assisting in serving at the reception birthday
take was placed at end ot
Mr. Kunig is employed with Wil- following the ceremony, -
sonToomer Fertilizer .Co. in were Miss Roberta Hough and the table. The youngsters'played
Jacksonville. They are residing at Miss Marguerite riiatt games in the yard. IMPORTANT) NOTICETO ,
:Mrs. W.: T.: Jackson was assisted -
607 S. Westmoreland street. Among the out of town guests
by her sister, Mrs.

i UDC Observes were wright Mr.and and family Mrs.of L.Avon L. Wam-Park, Weaver, of Williston. Krank !II TAX PAYERS AND PROPERTY OWNERS ;

Mr_ and Mrs. Wesley Crews ,and
Lees BirthdayA Mrs. Leona Edwards o[ Lawtey, St.'Mark's AuxiliaryHas

Mr. and Mrs. John Petty Safety
program commemorating the Harbor, Rev. and Mrs. Simons Luncheon Meet According to Sec 7, Article 10, of the Fla. Constitution
k M, birthday of Gen. Robert E. Lee Wade of Bushnell, and Miss Nellie I
A. covered, dish luncheon who has been homestead exemption and
was presented at a meeting of W. Sue Dias of Inverness. was Every person receiving
'1'. Weeks Chapter U. D. C. on (enjoyed by members of St. Mark's
After a short'wwdmg"trfp on those expecting to receive it for the first time should without
Wednesday' last week at the arid Mrs. Auxiliary who met Monday at w
the East Coast, Mr.
home of Mrs. Junius M. Smith.Mrs. Owens returned to' Crystal River, noon in the parish house. Hostesses fail, sign the application on or before April 1st of each year
E.' K. Perryman, chapter ,on this occasion were Mrs. W.
where they will reside. Mr. Owens
H. Graham auxiliary president, with the Tax Assessor.
historian presented Mrs. L. G. i is employed; with Standard Oil Co. ;
Powell who gave a biographical and Mrs. R. E. MacBIain.
The Homestead Law Provides that a person MUST be a Resident of the Countysix
sketch of The
the Confederate leader. next meeting will be held
Mrs. Perryman read an article on 'Ethel Biggs Circle Feb. 2 at 12. noon with Mrs. C. months prior and a Resident of the State twelve months prior to January 1st

Admiral Matthew Fontaine Mau- Met TuesdayAn V. irigleright and Miss Clara Lea- of the year in which he claims the Homestead Exemption, AND no person is entitled

RCA Victor Donley. Big value in ry, described as the "Pathfinder man* as hostesses. to the Exemption when he votes in a County or Precinct other than the

table TV. 262 sq. in. picture. Balanced cf the Seas." interesting missionary pro- one in which the property is located.

Fidelity FM Sound. Pull-push During the social hour, refresh- gram was presented when_Ethel Altar Society
on-off switch with volume ments were served by the cohOstesses -
control. Transformer-powered Stay-Set chassis Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Jos. E. WMU Biggs Circle met Tuesday of the night First 'Baptist at the Met TuesdaySt. Listed below are the classes of property for which the Taxpayer

with improved weak signal reception. Wilson. home of Mrs. E. A. Yancey. SHOULD file his return:
Edward's Altar
Tube-saving power surge resistor. Eighteen members and one visitor Society
Printed circuits.Available in 3 finishes. Brownie NoticeThe attended. its 'monthly meeting Tuesday
evening, Jan. 6. REAL ESTATE
Mrs. C. A. Knight circle chairman -
Brownie Scouts will hold had charge of the business Plans were discussed to giveaway .
190.95See their regular meeting with the session, and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. a hand made stolle at 9 o'- Your Land Plus IMPROVEMENTS. -- '- -

Girl Scout: troop, this afternoon was assisted by Mrs. George Anderson clock Feb. 3, in the Parish Hall.

[Thursday at 5 o'clock in the Mrs. One Wiggins Mrs.\ The stolle was donated by Father
Methodist Fellowship' H ll.RK. Paul Carter Mrs. A. L. Crosby Jr.. Dougherty's mother. Donationswill
Mrs. Jeff N. Hopkins and Mrs.J. be 25c a ticket or five for a PERSONAL PROPERTY

H. Moncrief in presenting the dollar. ,

The New program. Stocks of Merchandise,
: At the close of the meeting refreshments Alpha Delta Kappa
"' were served by the Equipment and Furnishings,

RCA VICTORiStereoOrthophonic r-ostesses, Mrs. Yancey, Mrs. Sorority Meeting Machinery Livestock Boats & Motors
James A. Christmas and Mrs. J.
The Alpha Delta Kappa sororitywill
Fri., Sat. Jan. 16, 17 D. Seymour.. meet in Mrs. C. J. Frazier's Tractors, Farm Equipment,

Hi i Ft Record DOUBLE FEATURE Kathy Lappe Feted class room at Starke Elementary Household, Goods and Personal Effects (1st $1,000 valuation

school-.Tuesday, Jan. 20, at 7:45
The Long Hot SummerJoanne On BirthdayMrs. for a work session. Hostesses will exempt)

Player In Our ShowroomCall Woodward, Paul Newman be 'Miss Madge Middleton and

ANDOregon Mary Powell Lappe entertained McsEssie- Crosby. INTANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTYThis
at a birthday party last
WO 4-6901 For Free Home Passage" Wednesday afternoon for her WSCS MeetingThe

Demonstration John EricMm and Lola Albright daughter. Kathy who was celebrating includes: Bank Deposits, Cashier's and Certified checks,

Flu Serial Chapter 2 and Cartoonfor The lace her covered fifth anniversary.refreshment the First January Methodist business WSCS meetingof will bills of exchange, drafts and money placed with savings, building -

Kids table was centered 'with a beau- be held Tuesday, Jan. 20, at 10 and loan associations.All .
tiful :pink and white birthday take a. m:-Ail women of the church are

SUN., MON.. TUES. which had a doll standing in the urged jto attend.Bradford f,__ ... stocks, or shares of incorporated or unincorporated compa-

Jan. 18, 19, 20.DOUBLE' middle with a frosting skirt. !' ; f. _
all bonds bonds of the United
TV ServiceAll FEATURE The 16 Tittle- guests enjoyed nies, except States Government

Barnes during the party hours and and its agencies and all notes accounts and bills receivable mortgages -
Run Silent, Run DeepClark were given favors of mirror and I

Gable and Burt Lancaster como sets to the girls and little w on'real and personal property situated outside of Florida,
cowboy.and'horse"set to the boys.

( Work Guaranteed Free Estimate .. AND Mrs.'Lappe was assisted by her annuities, etc.
nother-.11rs.: C, J. Powell I

t Fully Equipped -. DependableAll Cattle Empire Confederate'TeaPlanned I All the above are' Due Oil or Before April 1st of Each YearWe
Joel McCrea and Gloria Talbott
Makes County Hospital announces -
and ModelsSHEPHERD'S
Plus Color Cartoon for Kids
By UDCA. the following births: encourage you to work with us on these forms, and to contact us on any

Wed Mr. and Mrs Millard Hugh i problem that you may have. In the past our has and
Thur. Jan. 21, 22 years county grown ex
Silver Tea is be- Breyfog1 of Melrose
a son Sam- panded economically all of this has increased the demands all Tax
RADIO & TV DOUBLE .FEATURE ing given by the W. T. Weeks tel'Wil1i m; Jan. 10. supported

chapter U. D. C. on Thursday Mr. and Mrs. D l1 Eldredge agencies in the County. The only way we can meet these demands is by a Unix

INMAN D. GREEN, Owner t The Gun Runners afternoon. Janl. 22, from 3:30 to 5 Blair of Starke. a daughter Jan. form System and close relations with you, the Property Owner. We respectfullyask

Andie Murphy and Eddie Albert o'clock at St. Mark's Episcopal 13. your whole hearted cooperation.
TV' Radio -- Seat Covers Upholstering Church Parish House on N. -

SAND.. % j Church' !street The,teal will be in tfCr. and Mrs.\ Oscar Hendrix ofPalatka
;;Phone WO 4.6901 GENE LONG
Starke Fla. SPANISH AFFAIRRichard honor of Robert E. Lee's and
announce the birth of a
I j Stonewall Jackson's birthdays
Cplor T.V. Headquarters Kifry and Carmen ScrUb which fall in this month. SOn;;Ben -Alan; on Dee. 20. Mrs. I Tax Assessor
Plus Color Cartoon for Kids The public is cordially invited :Hendrr is theidaughter of Mr. I. ...".--... .. .. -*. ?.* *, _--- H_ ._ __ __ _, _" "_' .. .

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<.- -.- ---,-.--- -- ., - .. -.q.1 1 Mrs. Maggie Anders returned Dr.- and Mrs. w.- E. MldBI- ton I! IJ... Ii!"'. den f' and al'lr "" !II. ('n' nwn S.

Saturday after an enjoyableweek's have had as visitors, Mrs. Mae Arrested Here 'I A..t. Correct-Attest: C. E. Hernwall. You.. arc b. r ..> oniin.. a ..,
Cash. balances! with otb'r 11.\loJ.I) C' WALL, fait f r Ii\onr Ua: teen file I IK a.
vacation with her son-in- Jones of Jacksonville over the hanks in Above
including reserve! W. I;. Sewell mti you tti ninrtl ''ourt
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.T. weekend and Mrs. Alva Adams balances and cash items s. L. PIEIJI: :. and cause and you art required to
in process of collection HS.I07S7 serve! a copy of your an'wrr or a
D. Skeen and children in Win- and Miss Maxine Adams of Hort- On Directors.
Dope Charge United States Government State of Florida., |>I.>adirir to the compUinl tilt .
<1 fta.V.VV5 ter Haven. While there she visited ense, Ga. on Saturday. obligations direct and County of Bradford. ss: I'ldintifr.ttornI"Y" E. K. 1'erry- .
guaranteed 1,511.027: :
many of Central Florida's famed .' Sworn to and subscribed before methis man. Starke.! Florida a
Ewell and Marvin Lawson wentto Obligations of State and
I JJlh: tljy of January. 19i5. andI and file the original in the office '
attractions, such as Cypress Gardens Cuthbert. Ga. last Thursday I Continued From Page One] i' political subdivisions 510.71666 hereby certify that I am not an of th.- Clerk ..f the Circuit Court .
and Bok Tower: and also i Loans and di'countCln> officer or director of this hank. <>n tlr -forc the IS day of FrUruary.li -
to attend the funeral of aunt. .
i an ed prescriptions for the drugs tyt) .I"Ht1l $293.3 overdrafts My commission expires February : <. .therni..t> the allegations' of
p_-- _- --_ ---_- ... -, --_-I_ enjoyed a visit in Tampa with Mrs. Edwin Crawford. to 1 1.255,10770' I!. mo. !said ('omplaint111 be taken asronfeswd .
I going ,various doctors in the Haiti. owned Si.i : .
her brother, N. J. Strickland, iiemi."e<< l>y you V
Mrs. Donnie Moore of Gainesville Mrs. H. M. Hatcher Jr., presI- whom she hadn't seen in many Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Dover of area with the story that they I!i I 793! .91, furniture and SEAL!: ..) Helen E. Glasgow, Notary This! notiip shall be published once -. .
Fort Lauderdale were weekend were addicts fixtures! J9.35S.10: 15.1: II.01I Public.Bonded ":\l"h'I"'k' f.. four
their to Lexington r consecutive.eeks
dent of the Starke ElementaryPTA I on way -
is visiting her sister Mrs. years. I, Heal) Estate ow ,'d ..tht'r I by the Mass. Ex>nding and
the Bradford Tele-
B Sapp this week. J.// will be in Tallahassee next A. L. Crosby Jr., president of guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. for treatment and that!1 other bank premises! :0.010.00 Insurance: Co.N.iIrf. gr.l'h." in County a

Miss Virginia Sewell. EldcnI Tuesday to Thursday attending the Starke Rotary Club, and Al Flume. I I they had run out of dope andneeded Other assets !:.4<'t>.3S ; TO ntrF.n ,Paled, this t} day of January.

I Mathews and Walter Stanley: at- the Legislature WorKshop.Mrs Watson president of the Keystone Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mrs. J. ,'I a few more pills to sustain TOTAL ASSETS 4.0I3.S9:: *.:3:$ '. CIrrult ("suit. Bradford (.an Court Seal
'\: [tended the Florida Music Educators C. C. McCubbin of Miami r Club attended a Presidents B. Sapp visited Mrs. Margaret them cn the trip. Llablllflea Fiorina Elizabeth; .. (hanrrrr < "harle-). Harby.'ll"rk of the
I ami W. W. Shaffer ot Tavares are Robbins in Jacksonville Sunday Judge Yawn said the couple Conklm. .
[ Association clinic in Tampa I District Meeting at the Roosevelt : Demand deposits of Indi Kol.rrt T. Conklin. ..-I'hintiff."s'l "irruit t'outt '

[ last Thursday to Saturday I rpending tile weekend with their Hotel in Jacksonville Sunday. The afternoon.Mr. would also buy paregoric, which I and viduals.corporations! part let ships, 1.lirjlO.6lTime CasH Xo t2-695: I Ry Marian L. Crosby Deputy ,'.
can be obtained in small amountsat NOTICE TO APPEAR C1 rk.
V Mr. and Mis. Jesse! Co'errn V .''ister Mrs. Gladys Weldon. meeting was in preparation for ana Mrs. William R. Morseof deposits of Individuals To Kolwrl T I'onklm. whorr- 1-5 ft3:
Gumoer of Cleveland, Ohio, 24-hour intervals without andrnrpnratmn
Joe i partnerships -
Starke I
Merritt Island former
and daughters: weie in Kmgsland the forthcoming District Conference 81 I 1.307.036.20Deposits :
former Starke resident, was in residents spent the holidays with I j I prescription. The paregoric of United!* itstes -
Ga. last Sunday.THEATRE. in Tallahassee. '.
; I few this week on would then be boiled until the TERWILLEGAR
own a days Government including MOTORS
business. Mrs. E. J. Nix, Jr. and twoFons their daughter; and family in El liquid evaporated leaving a small postal! savings SO.J23.3;>?

"f. .. Bobby and of Overland Paso, Texas.
residue of one ot the highly -
Mrs. Ira Harris was honored at potent Deposits! of Stated and political -
Park. Kan. are spending ten days Paul Price of Highland View narcotics. J stibdivisionOther CI.6: 6i6

a birthday luncheon l last Thursday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. spent the past two weeks with At the deposits! (certified 1954 Super-88 Olds
given by a group of womenat : hearing.I I and officers' checks.
Florida Wesley Andrews.Mrs. his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Prescott and the woman maintained etc ;:;.r: 7t1: (1 J
the home of Mrs. F. W. Grau- H. L. Brownlee and Mrs.J. M. B. Jordan. The Jordans took they were not guilty as charged I('I' TOTAL DEPOSITS :3.311.64: : : .3? Hardtop, Radio, Heater, Tower Steering and

don.Hallmark W. Lee visited Mrs. A. Z. Longin Paul home. on Sunday and visited because they told the truth",I, Mills payable. rf'dilt'ollnt
Valentines at Bu linrton's. i I And other lil.ilitiesfur Brakes Tutone, Ultronic Eye, Heat Seat
V _Gainesville on Tuesday.Mrs. their Daughter and family. Rev. when they said they were addicts!]I borrowed money iKoo_ oon
When' to send the '
you W. B. Parks returned last imd Mrs. Allen Price. and their I on the way to Lexington for I I Other liabilities 64.SI6.29 Speaker, White Tires. .

very best. week from 5 hi nlh's visit with" baby scn. Stephen Ronald, who treatment. I TOTAL LIABILITIES
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Faulknerand I (not including subor-
her son-in-law and daughter! Mr. was born on Jan. 2. II
of Jacksonville were I dinated obligations
sons and Mrs. Dameron Black and Those from Starke and the Lt. shown below J.iHS.i: : ; '>I 2S 995.00
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. : Hugh Rhodes
Sat. Jan. 17 ONLY Sunday
family in Atlanta. State Farm attending the party

DC '!JLE FEATURE Paul Faulkner.Mrs. Visit our new Hallmark GreetIng Saturday evening given by Miss New Section Leader <-.-"I. Capital Artammt f.flnnnnoI I
W. G. Haile returned Sat- Surplus/ :nll finn 00 I- -
Card: Center. Over 300 new Connie Knight at Keystone
V I urday after two weeks in Miami V For Company B ndmded profits 1;>,.19.11 .
vP II designs just arrived at Bulling Heights were ,Everett McKinney, Keserves! (.iad retirement -1.-
A fcSf 5 H.M E/lA WOMAN'S I visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haile Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch. Mr. and account for preferred
II and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle and ton's.Mr. Lt. Hugh Rhodes of Raiford became capital!) IM-STftS: ?
\ /'IJNOYING LOYVVV! families.Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Lewis had Mrs. Jim Chasteen, Mr. and Mrs. a member of Company K.

.V\ 4' '* I as visitors last week Mr. and Mrs. Jim Biown Godwin Mr. and Mrs. : Florida National Guard unit located TOTAL. CAPITAL AC-
..()CNTSTOTAL. 477.39U t
and Mrs. F. Robert Krelder
V Jimmy IJyal of Lake Geneva.. Mrs. Bobby Turner Mr. and Mrs. at Camp Blanding. last week

V and children of Palmyra Pa. are B. F. Grimes and son, Benny, and Maxie Carter. Jr.V Mr. and Mrs. and drilled with the unit for the \ntLITIES V
: # ; spending two weeks with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Bloss of Jimmy Moore and Mr. and Mrs. first time Monday night. tH"XT- .nl:;.,' .::'I

, IV Mrs. F. W. Graudon and faamily.Mrs. Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. W. Visit our new Hallmark GreetIng Lt. Rhodes was born in Sumatra +This! bank's capital consists 2

*3.-, .. V N'V 4 1 1r J. P. Dill returned Sunday D. Dyal of Hampton. Card Center. Over 300 new I Fla. and attended FSU, Tallahassee Common! of stock!: with total

'. 3e after three weeks in Palatka with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy designs just arrived at B lli r-j where he earned a BS dej paralur t.f JUn.oooonJfrnvraada:

rV' izitiVkt ; iVI'r her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and family visited Mrs. G. E. Mc- ton's.. i I j gree in sociology with a minor in V _

and Mrs. Oscar Hendrix and G2uley in Palatka on Sunday.Mr. George Fiynn. Jr I J psychology and corrections. He I Assets pledged or assigned |

their new baby son. and Mrs. Oscar Carter of Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Ru- :was commissioned as a secondI anti to for secure ether liabilities l.0061.1lI. ::

Lee Fitch of Tuscon. Ariz. is Lawtey gave a barbecue supper dolph moved into the Andrew |I lieutenant in the Military. Police i.urlo.srs. {

visiting his son-in-law and last Friday evening for Mrs. Effie apartments onV.. Madison re- I Corps on June 1, 195/ I ('. K Mernwall... I-'re-"itl.'nt i l

''r r daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fogg. Johns, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman centi ". Their s"''n is a well-known On March 27, 15/58! !: he went on I and l ank."ashler do! solemnly I nf the swear aIne that named the MOST VERSATILE MOTOROLA STEREO HIGH ADam

Mrs. Fred Miller of Jacksonville Johns, M. D. Carter of Lake lawyer of Dus>seldorf. Germany.Mrs. active duty to attend Provost I above statement i is true anti ha' it PORTABLE PHONO SOUNDS fiNE EVE TWHHI

Rudclph is the sister; of Mrs. : Marshal's General School at Kt. fully and correctly represents the -
weekend guest of Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Detachable
was a Worth: true Mate or the wral iatt'rs Makes stereo sound good in every room. -
Mrs. P. D. Fancher.Mr. Carter. Rosemary Dorsch Erherd of Gordon. Ga., and also attended.I herein contained and sw-t forth t<> speaker cabinets play close together .
: Stark i i the Military Police Officers basic I the best of my knowledge and be- 16-watt dual channel amplifier. -
and James J I H. or apart.
E. Lovelace
Mrs. Akridge Mrs. of
Shelby Mr. and :Mrs.V.: }'. Herlong visited !'-| course while there. 4 speakers. Separate tone controls, balance con- :
have! rented the Mundorff house: N. C. is spending ten days with : their Upon of his I- Luggage-type car-
, i aunt, Mrs. R. S. Iosel). completion courseat trol. Dual sapphire stylus. .
__________ ct 525 Pratt street. !'!Mr.: and Mrs. J. E. Hildebran.IN in Fort White Thursday. Also Ft. Gordon Lt. Khodes 'was Ii rying case. Spice Brown, OS a

STEi&ER-SARITA MONIIEL6R1 : TUE CIRCUIT COURT I\ .\'D FOR BRADFORD COI'-XTV, FI.OR- there was their nephew Bascom assigned to the Post Stockade at i- WILLIAMS! leather-textured Model :SH12) covering. $164.*'*' a

10.%* Pope of New York City. whom that post as the Assistant Confinement ( :
they haven't seen in 15 years. i Officer. He was released -
J/CI\-TO: TEXAS GAS AND Oil. ) Bill Weldon 1! from active with the All' JEWELRYWATCHES .
returned to his duy
.Jr' r.::1Fur.:: tiI'-.ii: : : rra CAREY I'OKI'ORATIOX: a corporation ) POSItion For FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION :
.w uoo naiM.-i.. irA*:>s*; vt RUIASI Petitioner. with the Sun Oil Co. in Marcus -;| last Sept. 27. Since hiS release

vs. Ip AOTHK oIM.IELINE COMIKMNTIOX: : : Hook Pa.on Wednesday alter;I, he has been serving as classification :
PHONE WO 4-7271
et dU ) 30 days vacation. supervisor: for the Division of

i I : Defendants. ) Mrs. Don Cornell and children I Corrections at the State Prison.j REPAIRS .

titMcvs TfXTTOIMAT1N I I IX TUB X\MB AND BY THE AUTHORITY OK THE STATE OK Scott and Laurie of Massillon,' Raiford. As a member of Co. B.he :
FLORIDA: V Ohio, and Mrs. Leah Baukmgnt of will serve as Section Leaderror All Work Guaranteed ; BULLINGTONSTUDIO
a SIM MO SUSPENSE! TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: And Jacksonville were Wednesday VIS- the Service Section. I _

_1 Purer On set .:.....br...". .:.......... itors of Miss Kate Struth. A. C. Williams

\aloeKdwards Mr. and Mrs. Joe Carroll and. IIBPOHT-" OK (U\OMUTln\. \" \T VTlllKFr-OF Tilt'r.OItIlH : I Starke Fla. 1 AND GIFT SHOP :

I Ia.l..li"f' and spouse if None $Z1 .:l0 Mrs. Rosa Phillips of Lake City OF STIRKR IN TIM: VT\TK or ,

married V were last Friday evening dinner "1.ORln.T Till (-.0B OK H .
; Ilaicht Street V
7"S HIMM 1
>>s 0\
llViu1IIt: : 0
31. :
:San Frani-ihco California guests of Air. and Mrs. Ernest!
V -" -- : _u ___ ______ -
:: *,oil Crawford :- .m ,....u.uu Phillips. V .
Li. Col. and Mrs. -- .
Kt. 1, L'ox 54 James A,

l.awtt'Y Florida Griffin were dinner guests of AlaJ. Ca

;3 J. S. aVP. Jr. Mortgage payable to: JtiU.OO and :Mrs. R. S. Willis in Jackson
lit 1, Dox 95I The Florida Bank at ville last Friday evening. Alvarez Store
_.. 1 111U"00IIU' ..awtey. Florida Starker Starke Florida.
CIIl date 11-2S-41. rt>l'ord'odIn
u"11111GOOC11C'1" I Book n, pagQ 542.neturing New Forest Ranger ..
repayment of
JACK ARlEHE 1300.00. .

HftWIHSDAHlSHETFIRE' \\ \ 4 James R. Wainwright Mnrtltal1e pay ble to: $1.00000 Assigned Here ..

P. O Bi.x 348 Land Bank Commission! To Succeed Lewis .
:0:; North Clark Addnss! unknown .
SUrke. Florida dated U-2J-3J: recorded .
} District Forester t J. Frank Lee
in Liook TO, page Z3S I .
perririnK repayment ofl.500.0O of the Florida Forest Service 01- i .

' ms ntt1 !lUtUm\ m l $ lice in Lake City announced Yesterday -I .
and to all persons' or parties! having E't of SW'S of NW 4 and th.. XE'i: that the new County Ranger .
Plus "Cruise Cat" Cartoon I or tlaiining any right title interest of :-E' of NW.t.of. Section 17 for.the Bradford-Union County I
eslat mortgage or other lein to Township i, South, Range 2! East .
Fire Protection tJmt will be James ,
pud in those certain parcels of land Bradford County. Florida more -
situate' in Bradford County. Florida. particularly described as follows tow Hodges who will transfer from 3 DAYS ONLY
Sun., Mon. Jan. 18, 19 hereinafter described together with It: \ 3 WII ON BROS.
Best Coats
Duval Hodges will
County. replace -
sill unknown persons claiming by. Beginning at a point in the west Sport
through. and under Known line of the EU of SWi; of the Glenn Lewis who is trans
c lJf A?tI\JII6\ '. who are d 'ad. and who are persons not XW'i, of said :Section: 17. said point ferring to Suwannee County. The 'V THURSDAY, JAN. 15TII :

SI CEI TRACY '. i "known to be dead or alie.WHEREAS. being 170 feet more or less' north- OFF keg Price DRESS SHIRTS
1' IIOl'STOX: TEXAS erly and along said line from the change over is effective Jan. 1;) I 3.99 THRU SAT., JAN. 17TH ;
CAS AXD OIl. CORI'ORATIOX. a southwest corner thereof; and run- Lee explained that Lewis is mov-
IRS IfiPlus ,'orl'.rati..n. has filed its Petitionin ning tht'D'eorth 50 degrees 06 to Suwannee at nis I
minutes ing County Were $4 NOWMen's :
eminent domain proceedings in East a distance of 855: feet 2.65
...... : the above entitled Court against thewho to its point of exit in the East line cwn request to supervise all or the 1 LOT
of the E', of SWU of the NW4! of I
Irs..ns : j tWB PWKCTt* tl are hereinaUne: sit forth Section I';. Township 5 South, Range I
l.f IHK the defendants in such cau.e.and II East, re-entering the subject property unit. SPORyA'
>'> whertin) the said Petitioner I I!, at a point in the south line Hodges is a native of Baker I COATS SHOESFlorsheim
1 arh'" Smarty" Cartoon steks' to tvtidenin an estate in the of the :XE of :-E'.. of :'\W' ofSection
I follu"lngd."cribt'd property as is! 17, Township 5 South. Range County and has a total ot over DUNGAREES

\ set foith in the Petition filed in I' II East said point being 300 feet seven years experience with the
Were NOW
Tues., Wed. -.- Jan. 20, 21 i -a'd canso that the same may more or less westerly and along said lorest :;service. Since 1951 he has 12.95 C 00 :
b. us'-d for right of l.ne from the southeast corner thereof I
DOUBLE FEATURE I' all incidents thereof way purpoecs.anti for the I i and running thence Xorth 51 degrees worked as area ranger in the 15.99 25% OFFMen's :
libation and of naturalga : 55; minutes East a distance of
Wesconnett area of Duval County.He -
1 411 feet to Its point of exit in the .
>- transmission pipelines towit.I'jrcel :
1 1I' Pafmpt'V Xo. 1 Madeline Edward) east line of thl"E'. of XE' of and his family will reside at All Dress and Work Crosby Sq. 8.99 10.99 V
I' N""'.. of Section 17, Township a the forest service heaiStjuartei' on :

V'I I' extending.\ strip! of 1*land feet fifty northwesterly feet in width and South.Being Range lands:21!:owned! East.by J. S. Sapp. Highway 100 between Starke and % LEWSWere
"t:5 feet following JACKETS Great Atlantic 4.99 6.99
southeasterly from the Jr. Route 1. Box S5. Lawtey Flori01. Lake BuUer. 25 OFF -
described survey line .and and inuentified ,as Line List NoLmAp.sT :
traversing hit II of Woodlawn Sub- ::;- & 101. I .

dmvinn. said lot being the XW'i of Parcel Xo. 4 (James R. Wainwright) S. Sgt. E. E. Burney TH DAYS ONLY! 3.95 NOW
Si of
I.I. N'4 of Section 17 Township : 3.45
p A strip of land fifty feet in width :
;i South. lUnge II East, Prad- I -- V SHOES
': extending 15: ft. northwesterly and 35 Funeral Services ALL BOYS
ford Count -
'I } Florida. more particularly ;l ft. southeasterly! from the followingdesctiled :

$ de-cribed as follows in to-wit survey line and traversingthe Set For FridayS. $10 Robert Bruce
Beginning at a point the west SEU off'i and XEU of SEUand
line of theXWI.. of SE 14 of theXW' W% of XWi, of SEli and I % OFF V

of said Section 17, said point XEU of NWU of SE'i of Section Sgt. Everett E. (Pete! Bur 20 Gab. Dress Pants
being .7 feet northerly and along Boys
5 Range
.: } 26. Township South. Sweaters Reduced
I said line from the southwest corner I Ithereof | Eat rradford County. Florida I i I ney Jr., 45, U. S. Retired Air .. :

: and running tht'neeorth more particularly described as follows -i.i Force (retired) died Saturday, '" ,
:,"0 degrees 06 minutes East a 'I
tame of 453; to a point; tht diS'l'j!|[l Beginning. to-wit: at a point in.the outh 1 I t I Jan. 10. at the Lackland (Texas: ) I To Only Were3.95 NOW
6.9.9 J.99 ;
North 13;: degrees 25 minutes ,line of the W .- of X\\"'. of the ,,Air Force Base hospital, after along -
AXn a distance of 300 feet to its ) I
!ISE'4 i of said Seition :6. said point I illness. .
point of exit in the north: line of .
being :540 feet more or less! westerly -i
the X\\.t. of SE; of the :-W'. of and along did line from the : Sgt. Burney was born in Law- .
Section IV, Township! a South. Range southeast thereof and run and had lived
1 '-I corner : tey in Jacksonville

V :21 East.Items::. land owned by Madeline : ning minute thence East Xorth a distance 50 degrees 700 feet 06 for 30 years. He was a member !TOP COATSONETHIRD BOYS: SUITS :

Edwards and spouse if married. 70SHaipht : to its point of exit in the east line 'of the Second Advent Christian .
I 3V 3VJ Street, San Francisco, Call- I' of the \\" '% (.f the NW'S of the :, Church and was a retired stall 1
forma and identified Line List;
as SE"-4 of Settion 26. Township 5 OFF iJ
:Xo :IJ-niAn-! I South. Range :21 East: re-entering : sergeant in the U. S. Air Mrce. %
Pare..10.. I Cecil Crawford) 20
( the sunject property at a point In '1 t Survivors include his wife. Mrs. .
.\ strip of land fifty feet in width I i th. south lint- of the XEl of the !
11/l/III/ .
t'x..ndingId feet northerly and 351; I IXW'4 of SE': of :Section :i. said-,: Dorothy Hurne)', and his parents, \\ :

feet southerly! ; from the following i{, point being :';3 feet, more or less.1|! Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney Sr.;
I dcscnln'd survey" line and traversing ]i ea'tt'rland said line from'I All Dress Pants!
along (
Plus "Kitty Caddy" Cartoon Lots :::. 51 and J5: in tvoodtawn'Subdivision I I the southwest\ corner: thereof; and !: a daughter, Miss Judy BurneyJ: m Shirts
1 said lots being the running. thence North 50 degrees I I three sisters. Mrs. Blanche Lee, Sport
SW', of the SWU of the NW% and 06 minutes East distance of 2297 ,- Mrs. Doris Murphy, and Mrs. Faye
SW'; of SW'4 of XVVU and XE'i of in the I % OFF
feet to the point exit 20
Thurs., Fri. Jan. 22, 23 ..! sw'i of XW{ of Section U, ,east!' line of the SE'4 of the XE Smith; three brothers, Marion :
Township 5 South. Range 12 East I|of Section :6. Township 5 South. r Vann William Rand Robert % OFFAll

THE COLUMBIA merune* particularly Pradford: County.described Florida.as follows more to- I Range Being" :i lands East,owned" by James R.Wain .' Burney, all of Jacksonville: and THREE DAYS ONLY! ALL MENS: SUITS 20 :

.. .
1 STEWART GRANGER wit: *right. P. O. Box 34$. 105 his maternal grandmother Mrs. .
TEAB'SSLICKEST Beginning at a point In the ,,west' XorthClark.. In Starke. Florida Georgia Sapp of Lawtey.
DONNA REED line of the SW'U of SWiJ of the and identified as Line List Xo. %::1-
I :;\\">4 of said Section 19. said! point I BRAD-78. Funeral services will be held at ENTIRE STOCK OF 7.99 OFF Reg. Price :

_QUICKS! GEORGE SANDERS being o COO feet northerly and along 2 p.m. Friday in the chapel of Dress Hats t
\ said line from: the southwest! cornerV \"Ot. AXD EACH OF \"Ol'RE i Long Sleeve Sport Shirts :
WB8DUI1T! thereof: and running tht'nC'8lrth :, HEREBY COMMANDED to br and i iI ;Hardage: & .Sons Northside Fan V V
51 degrees 06 minutes East a distance appear In and before the said CirCuit -j I eral Home, 34th and Main Streets, Wash and Wear Flannels .
of 460 feet to a point; thence I Court the 10th day of 'I
on Burial will followin .
,61; degree 06 minutes East Jacksonville. Wool 25'OFF ON ALL 200OFF' :
North ary. A. D. U,,!', to show
H a dIstaneeVof! Ill( feet to its point of terest you havesIn .said FebrU'j' the Kfngsley Lake Cemetery.
exit in eat line of the XE. of SVUof and to :shoe !'l" why It V %
:;\\"'. of Section 19. Township 25 OFF WINTER UNDERWEAR ;
the : not be taken. for the uses!' and purposes -' THREE DAYS ONLY!

&! :5 South, Range II East. set forth in said! Petition or 1 1I NORTH SIDE I h V ,. .
Being lands owned by Cectlfrawford i I else be barred. BAPTIST CHURCH
Routt'0... 1. Box Jt Lawtey, 'I -
t | WITNESS my hand and the sel
School. 10 MornIng
a. -
: Florida. and identified as Line List !!(.( said Court this 12th day of Janu
::-0. J3-BRAD-M.! ary.. .t. 1>. 1S.5S.: Worship, 11 a. m. Training Est.

Parcel Xo. S (J. S. Sapp.. Jr.) COURT SEAL) Union. 6Su: p. m. Evening Worship ALVAREZ

Plus "Scarlet 1'umpernickle'Cartoon A !strip of land fifty feet In width Charles A. Darby 7:30 p.' ffi. PrtyerMeetlnWednesday. STORE
extending 15.feet northwesterly and Clerk of the Circuit Court of 7894
I <- "" 35 feet southeasterly from.the following Bradford County, Florida. 1:30 p. m. Everyon
described survey. line and By (S) Marian L. Crosby welcome. Rv. H. R. Carter
J C In Wood.Subjeyision ix-j.uty ClerK __
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T CR. D.J.SU.R\ 13. 1959


( the jury Duncan charged that cn cases. He saw fit to use the Transportation 4-H Girls Attend GRAHAM I II! James B. Whitehead of Lake But I Betty J. Blaair Frank AL Kigys,

Sheriff Defends} in writing the FBI at the time patiolman as a witness but not BAPTIST CHURCH I ler Katherine Sue" Myrick Elizabeth Willie E. Quick, and Marcia Furlong -

of submitting Sellar's windshield, any of my men, and we made the N ed d'To'CarryPatients Meat Judging Sunday school 10 a. m. Morning I I E. Mathers, Eugene! Luther : of GainesVille.

Sheriff Reddish attempted to investigation." He stated that he To, Clinic Worship 11 a. m. Training Harper Aaron K. Taylor, Elizabeth Colored admissions were: oneL

Disputed$ Action word his letter in a way that was within his rights in appearing Workshop In OcalaFor Union 6:30 p. m. Evening Worship -I I W. Breyfogle of .Melrose \ James ot Lawtey. Mildred HanOI .

I .
I I _
would imply-the shots fired defense Jl-.I
as witness if
a he felt
were Juanita
Fate Pearsall of
7:30 Hamp-
Ajie1piiihand (or rather car) the first time, five 4-H : p. m. Rev. Billy Bryant kerson. Ruby Anderson Mitchell

(Cbninued from Page 1)) from inside the car. evidence in the case warranted is needed !by: the Transportation girls from Bradford pastor. I| ton. Ernest Southerland of Lake of Waldo Leola Pope Ulysses

Reddish denied that any such such action."I Committee which assists Bradford County at- I Butler Lois H. Mullis of Haw- Grant Hunt, Louise Hogans A

not set up -to make such a test. attempt was made on his part, have always tried to cooper County patients 'who need transportation -' tended a meat judging and identification HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS I,; thorne. Russell Lamar Thornton., Hampton and Eloise Glad of Mel.

During the trial 1 the State Attorney end released the text of the let- ate to the best of my ability, and ..to ou .of-town cliniCS. in Ocala.workshop held last Saturday II I,.I r Leonard N. Prevatt of Lawtey se.FOU.

had criticized the Sheriff ter to substantiate his claim. wish the State Attorney's office The' committee is sponsored II The following patients were admitted -

for .not having a- paraffin test The Sheriff said further "He would do the Those attending this event were to Bradfcrd County Hospital -,
: same thing. the the Junior Woman'aClub
trade :which ,could have proved. [the State Sheriff jointly by Virginia Parrfeh and Anneta Mott I since Jan. 1 : Gene Noegel. i
Duncan said Attorney] hasn't con- added. and the ,Children's Commit i of Brooker. and Carolyn Pellum,', Mildred Kirchaine. Louise Salus I Sell It Rent ft Trade(
,,whether or not sulted with me on this particularcase When asked if he had fur- tee under the chairmanship of
ricks had fired any I Linda Wasdin and Linda Cox of't iGnlfis.I Vernon J. Forsyth of I i
a gun. at
any length. Heretofore ther comments on the Merricks Mrs. Elden Mathews. Their pur-' Starke. Girls from iI
Lawtey and Hampton. Donald Rountree of
In his closing argument before he had always consulted with me case. State Attorney Duncan is 'to secure transportation I I
replied pose Hampton were unable to |I
attend Annie
M. Lewis of Key-
"I did all my talking to the .I for patients, ften children who The,workshop program included stone Heights. Mamie Juanita %WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

IX THte CIRCt'lT COrRT. 1\ AND FOR BRADFORD COU. TFLOR.. jury." cannot ride a bus., Cost is in most
IDA.. I I II training in identifying cuts ot i Page of Maxville Helen Marie !!
I cases borne 'toy some local organization -
AT .
HOUSTON TEXAS GAS AND VIL ) so the need is for people meat, and judging quality, fitness, Hutchins of Hawthorne, Walter

CORPORATION a corporation. ) Social SecurityRepresentative and grade. After lunch the group ;!N" Mansell. Noah Harrell Thomasof SO WORDS OR LESS Oie lairrtloa (JlI.I.. 0....) .... .... jff
who to occa-
willing an
are give
Petitioner v. ) SKCOVD AMRNDRD was taken on a tour of the Swift i, Palatka, Laurice Coleman Cle- EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 2* _ 4 Per w.r.
_.. ) >OTirK OF TtKI\G HereA sional few hours and their'services Meat : Packing I :M'.% DISCOUNT ON REPF.T INSERTIONS
LEACH. et a! ) Plant at Ocala and mons. Harry William Lappe, Ruth SAJIK AD
Defendants. of their car.Anyone I Kf ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR
) the meat" ADS :SOT PAID IX ADVASCB.'
department Anne
IN. THE NAME; OK AND: K1 THB AUTHORITY OP THE STA1K OK representative' of the Gainesville willing to help may of a supermarket Eberle, Frances Anderson

FLORIDA: Social I there. Dansby Mandy G. Todd of Lake CLASSIFIED DISPLAY! ____
11'= rr
TO WHOM IT MAT CO.NCKKN. and Security office will be call Mrs. Mathews at her home i iI --- lark First lM.rtl..
: in Starke, at the court room of the 9-2485 I, This new activity will enable!I Butler, Joseph H. McGee Beverly $1.00 PER INCH FOR S\ME AD REPEATEH OK OR MORE TIWEJ

Pareel -Owner E..r...... Futlmatrdlalae courthouse at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday WO or, during working the girls to compete in contests in I I M. Bryan, Carol Sue Cruce. .
ours, at WO 45701.MAYOR'S CARDS OF THANK T. SO Wrdi) ,
Jan, 22, for the purpose of connection with the Southeastern Rosa Millie Lee. and Larry Rod- OVER SO WORTH ____ 4 Q.t. Prr W.
1 Annie Leach Albert P. LPa'h..t: NonePoster IZ65.00 conducting social security I Livestock Show and Hie HWie rey Cruce. r I t

Leon L. Leach all of KKU. lur- COURTMayor's Judging Contest at the Northwest Also Belinda Dolores Baker MKMOHII. .%ND RESOLUTIONS! .------u_____ 4 C..t. Pt'. w...
ham .Missouri; Otis K. Learn & bUSI-1 -- -

wife. Laura 'E. 'Leach. 'tarke, ness.Persons who desire to Florida Fair. I FOR SAL.K-Modern 3 bedroom I I SALE-By Owner-One acre
Fla.. Blanche L. Carpenter and Court had a light dOCk- home with 4 acres' land. Ideal re-j Arcadia" with 4
plication for social The girls rooms and bathjn'tage .
husband.!' Raymond Carpenter, security retirement -i accompanied on I

16604; Market 4 Ruby St.L.. Hnrct Hannibal and iltsftouri hus- or survivors benefits, se- j et with at only the two defendants Monday appearing the trip by Miss Dorothy Ross /. c. T. U. tirement 100, 10 miles home Went Lm-ated of on HiwaY'1 'lew school in on vicinity Coiley of Rd.hospital J. T. Quiffv and. '
S-4177 1 !% .
Bradford River Phone HY ; :3tp! -
social ,
band Clarence Hurst, KK1>, cure security! account num-f County home demonstration 4tchg 1.%!

Maywood, Missouri; & Ernest W. bers, or get any other social security : morning session.EmanuelPope. agent. AN OLD I FOR RKXT-4 room furnished I
Leach and Wife, Margaret Leach, pleaded guilty to SAYING. AND &
Daytona information are invited to J house, electricity running water

of I.. L. Leach Beach., deceased Kla. sole; heirs see the representative at the time' unlawful speed (45 in a 25 mile FUNERAL TRUE: : "MUCH DRINKING : hath. $30: per mo. 2 miles from town I j A. J. THOMAS REALTOR
SERVICESSATURDAY LITTLE THINKING. I 11 gra-Jr rd. to right of hiway 1C.
2 Franklin Lumber Bask-et of his visit.Tires '! zone) and was sentenced to paya Mae JonlanVO 4-D74S! Itchy :ii.:\ ,. Temple .,..,....
pany. a corporation. L'omNone |Z7S OU- i fine of $27 or spend o days In [SWIFT Telephone :>.. WO "-.*.:lIt

Micaaopy, Florida jail. He was also charged with DOCK WARREN [XATIOSAL'OICE] WANTED ExperiencedApply Waltf'f'lIlI.
And R & fl KrMaiirant. Phone WO

3 W. Hogan Smith and Koitne W. (1) The Equitable Life $!l10.oU Rims failure to yield the right of way Dock Warren 63, died at his 4-14M! Itchg I (ienrrnl Real .:*'>te >ei* Preperips. -

.stark Smith.*.hia Florida wife. Assurance Society of C. I causing an. accident. His plea to home, here early Thursday morn- I II S ppr..al.. .:...1........
s.. 393 7th Ave., New Stolen From not He
York. N. Y.; mortgage this charge was guilty. ing. Funeral services will be held TYPEWRITER AND

'.. dated -16, recorded was found guilty and sentenced to in the DeWitt C. Jones Chapelat CONTRACTORS ADDING MACHINE I

-'., "' ". in Book 36 1>. 47. SCS an additional fine of $21 or 15 3 I BARGAINS
: EquipmentFour Saturday, with burial FOR RENT
eecuring repayment of -Kingsley Lake modern
150,000.. I days. in Conner Cemetery. CARPENTERS two heJroom cottage and circulating

,. i.: "I: (Z) Equitable Life! As- The'other defendant was B. J. REMINGTON TRAVELRITER I'I'R h eater. Key neat door at Mrs.

:. ... sur. Soe. of 17. S., same tires and rims were stolen ( ,p..*..>iMl Like >ew) 'addeIL .Mrs. If. C. Bence. 22SJ St.
1'. ;:, ,' "' address; mortgage dat- sometime last weekend from two Hall charged with public intoxI- HAMPTON PAINTERS Rear.( .:.-1:1: Selllaa far 7C.M I John!!. Jacksonville. Fla. 3tchg 1-15

.' : .. I'd156, recorded in Soil Conservation cation.. His plea was guilty and CHRISTIAN CHURCH ,
machines stor-
Book 57 P. 263
securing SELLINO
his sentence $27 or 5 days. Christian! SMITH-CORONA ELECTRIC j Lingerie, also Hosiery
: Endeavor
S repayment of J150.- ed at the State Fanners Market. Friday 7.5C We have for the entire family. Hosiery replacement -
000. Drexel Kennon Williams forfeited p. m. Bible Study. Limited Supplyof PORTABLE guarantee
(3) Rayonier, Inc., P. O. Leon Carter, Soil Conservation Wednesday I given with 2
S ,' Box 72*. Fernandlna bond of $27 ''by not appear- 7:30 p. m. Sunday Morning Wor left-over paper on rolls. R"It. 213.6.1: lOr;, Ol..o..t i or more pairs of hosiery. Also white
S employee, said he had checked the : hosiery.:!' For free
.;. ". right Beach, title Florida.or interest any fertilizer distributor and cultipacker ing to defend a charge of driving shIp, :11 a. m. Evening Worship From 17 to 72 inches wide. nitb-rer0aa. .". AddiagMatbIn I phone WO '-!'::. 3tp I-I5
7:30 .
: afflre demoalralar I IRec.
under a 56-year leasedated at the market Friday evening. I 65 m.pJi. in a 45 mile zone.C. p. m. Bible School, 10 a. m Perfect for protection of PZ.G-SelII.g f.r N2JM: ) i I \A'JTEO-JpPf'ndabl.:
12-11-52.: Ii house hold
recorded -
r' .., In Misc. These two implements were the W. Monanan also forfeited i help. Leave
Book 70 name and address
S P. 282.Rayonier.. cnly ones stored there at the time. bond of $12 on a charge ot run- CHURCH OF CHRIST floors, furniture, etc., while BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH Bradford County Telegraph tfchitwnovn

t Rbi Smith1 and Mary. Ann Inc.. P. O. U.f1i: on Machines! owned by the County ning a red light.A 0. L. Overturf Jr., Minister work is in progress. I

Smith his wtf..- : Box 728, Fernandlna Board of Conservation are rentedto charge of excess speed against Sunday Sunday School 10 A"l"TJlI AT Torn

Starve, Florida) Beach. Florida. any local farmers and cattlemen at I Townsend Strickland was dismissed a. m. morning service 11 a. m, Bradford County I HOI':>F.f .
rIght. title or interest KEROSENESMOKELESS I.rl !'. Fix II.BIII.DINC .
under a leave dated a nomina fee and have been I and bond refunded because no evening service, 6:30 p. m. ; RJ-.onf

*, 12-21-51 Misc. Book, recorded 20, P. 267.in stored since 1953. at the market witnesses appeared to testify. Wednesday Bible study, 7:30 Telegraph I ODORLESS P.U\TIG \\"IRI'G "Na A'D
when not in use. p. m. 15.9 Per Gal I .. HEPAI&.5SatIsfaetl.
6 P D. Reddish and Ruth Kfddisn None I 4s.ra.t..&
his' wife> : 3il000 Both machines had recently YOU'LL LOVE tte Dew Ifctoi r.... G.... Batlcek. LB 3-2352

P. O. Vox,?25 been quipped with new or recap- brook pane-size founUta pens' In I AT YOUR IMPERIAL I IteM
20? Brpadway
Starke, 'FloridaBenjamin ped tires. Loss is estimated at pastel ihadea. Only fl." a* Bradford JERWILEGAR% MOTORSTwo I

I Suslow and Anna BusNone -n W. 1 Thigpen, Jr. Phone WO
low, his wifeP. 'I ZOO Hiway 301 North Starke I U% Butpr Road 4.15

0. Box a 063KUrke THE CIRCMT COI'HT. I'> AND FOR BRADFORD COl'NTY. FI.OR- Stake lOtp& 13| I L
Florida* and AT LAW MO. New Salamander
295: .Fort Washington' Ave. NOW. The ultimate In prestige. GOO

.. .. : : bu.lnt'l cards $*9.'S
-0; J CORPORATION-: (price .
corporation, ) incudes plate) Never before,
7 Potter Uhl.Smith.and, .Mary Anne None. "', 1230.00 Petitioner. J. .. : : FISH SHRIMP : this low price.

Smith, tl. 'wlt.. S vs. .) OTirK\ OF CONDEMAT1O '# ,-'HEATERS for sale Bradford County Telegraph
:. '
I .
stat ) ,
and 'to.til persons,or parties having Beginning at a point In tile east') Defendants. ) .. Dressed If Desired FOR SALE
(.II' claiming any right titi,.- interest, line of-the Ni of said Sec. 15. said I Selling one
', of used
estate, 'mortgage-_other lien to point being 1330 feet southerly and IN THE NAME AND HT THK AUTHORITY OP THE. STATE OKParrrl doors for 11.00 screen
.nd in ttOR'-f.llialn' Parcels of land along said line from the northeast!t FLORIDA: Ea Fish Market r first .ach First come I
i4t'uMe! .ihradfordtouflty.'FIor&4a. thereof and ; ., 24.95 serve. grates 14 x'
corner .
: running thenc .TO WHOM IT iU.aCOMCKKW, And- 7' J4
mr'naft,1' .scribed, together 76-degrees. 01 'm'nuluV' a ais- I -.. 617 E. Brownlec St. 11.00. All kinds of qscd building

till unknown persona claiming WItht, of 8114 feet to its point of Ottsier EB.BB>braaerNone. Estimated Ph. WO 9-1091 supplies. Reasonable poors Windows
t1roUl'h! ,'.and under known'persons exit in the west line. of the'SKVi of Value Plumbing fix
who-r are' -dead-"' or who are not I' S eP.s. T 7 S R 21 E. I .. tures. t'P tin scrap iron. Odd lots
known to be dead or alive. flehiglandi owned by Foster Shi 1 Carrie Colbert a widow .p. f 110.oo ',f cheap. Call Woodland
Smith and Mary Anne Smith aiswife. Box 4C4 5Pelleglade 4-4001. W T Jackson Tranfer ask
Parcel ,1 (Annie; Leach & other Ptarke, Florida and josie H. f Florida : TlieLiviug Scriptures- 'tyimm for Mr. Ghames. Located behind
heirs of I..:.,L.Leach, deceased Smith widow., !':tarke.. Florida. beIng .. by Jack ; BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY liig Dad Mfg. t'i,.
aforenamed) i identified as Line List -No. 4- Ernest Colbert t'br
A strip: f land S S S .. .' Modes Of Thinking MAN OR WOMAN
i> fifty Teet.In width nRAD-19. Pox 484Belleglade. '. : FREE.-Double cylinder book
ntHlcllng. '.1$. feet northerly and 3i Parcel 5 (P. D. Reddish and Rut Florida '. i. tJ'''' ,-"< : .' for 7. 'HOLD 8
., ; FAST
feet putn*rty'Jrom the following Reddish his!' wife) or" Ground Floor Opportunity New
described surety line and traversing A strip of land fifty feet in Width Any and all other person, ad- :;. PiP"-:'. tiE FG2M I Hrbl.FR

the') WJ..> (If .:.the SWtt of ,Kec. I t.1'0W8I1hrp'.1 extending 15 feet northerly and 35 dresses unknown who claim any : : :, '-, '" i _. .-. ... Merchandising' Plan sweeping the Bermuda and

South,'Rang* 21 east; feet southerly from the following right, title or interest as heirs of : '.'.'.: ."- ".. ;' t? W1 :| country ((1S states In 4 months).I Bahia SAL
Bradford. Gras Hay-V. H.
County. Florida more particularly described survey line and Nathaniel Colbertdeceased.<< }'rson.
traversing NFMTHZ
described as Toliows, tot RE1 .. -- :.' Earn as much as you want, governed Lawtey.
: he of the SW ; and a part of 4tp 1-16
wift ;..,',; ",L:,' .', #t'-.i 4 th* SWH of. the SE i nf Sec :5. T 2. Herbert S. Norman and Murlar None ". ....... .,. ...:.. '%7.0" I by your investment and
RIogJnnlng- & In 'the s.' t .. -
point 5 R, R 21- Bradford County, Florida Lee Norman, his wifeRoute '- "
Wectitln: of .the SW 4 of the more particularly described No. 1, Box 80 :" :, c:. t 'fr p ,. .S.., ;: :=: \1 )L 4 CHRiST personal time devoted Beginning

t.MW Hof ,Uid Section !9. Said follows,' to-wit: as Lawtey, Florida ',- :. ..- .. ..' '..... \ JEL$' t minimum. $5. .OO. Written mon EW HONES l\ !TRKE
being 1316 feet -
or "
.point more -
Beginning at a point in the eastine < V'S p.
,Jww northerly' along said line 3 D. R. Redding and Frances Opn't.....! : .': ey-back guarantee> We secure accounts
l of the SEU of the SWH of $:!IO.flO! Just five left.
from the. :. southwest' cornerthereof said Sec. 26. said ,point being 142 eva Redding, bin wife ., _' !" .,' '" I for you. References exchanged. ,I WO157A1.f\ f today. Call
and 'running thence S Box 114Lawley ; show them al
; feet southerly and along said line '.r' I
Write to
your convenience
?'ZS degrees 01 minnte H a distance from the northf'a tnereof Florida .5' '1. '
of'KSJ! feet to Its point of and funning corner : ; -i- te'- Field Staff Director Don Bridge's .

exit in the East line of the SWI 4 06 minutes W thent50 a distance degrees of 170, I Nelson K. Blocker and Clara .}t. None ,.. $:!.1I110.0U) 1515 James St., Jacksonville :5.Fla. i,. \. J. THOU 19. RKU.TOR
of the SWVi of.Sec :3.. T 7 S. 1: f feet to its point of exit in the west Blocker. his wife -S 5' .' .
21 E. P.O.BoxtS ". ; HI :0 Tf:1PI.t: AVKNIBFOR
l line of the SE H of the SWU of '1:.. .
l1elng lands owned by L. L. lx>ach S::_.<, ?R_ T S !5:: I! 11 V. Jacksonville Beach, Florida .. I I 4tp 1-15
and spouse, if anT Route No. I. Being lands- "'owned by' P. D. Reddish -
Box 26i>-C. Starke. Florida and and Ruth Reddish his wife. and to all persons or parties having XK'; of the ='W1.4 of Section 17,

identified as Line Li"t No. 4-BKAU- P. O. Box :::i. :\11 Broadway. or claiming any right title, interest I Township 5 South Rang 22 East. KOH SALH-Henta process treated SALE 3 bedroom

11. i tark... Florida. and identified as t-stafc', mortgage or other lien Being landsowned by Herbert S. fence posts. 4 miles .Norm on Q1.Green hvu.xe Oiam masonary
Parcel. 2 ( Lumber ft to and in thoe certain parcel of, link (II W
Franklin T.ine List No. 23 I-RAIJ-76. Norman and MurUr Lee ; fenC.
Norman his & Uakken Post Co. I'mewo
Basket Co..Jra corporation) land situate in fradford County, Dr. Hugh L.
Parcel 6 .
(Benjamin Suslow and "ite. Route No.
1. Box 80 ,
A strip of land fifty feet in width Florida hereinafter described, together Florida Lawtey. "n, ;319 W l'inUI'o Or. Phone
Anna Sunlow his wife and
) identified
extending 15 fwt northerly and 5* l A strip of land fifty feet in width with all unknown persons :No. K BRAD as line list WE HAVE a new loan program foi W04-3871 4tp-2i
feet southerly from the following claiming by through. and underknown farmers. Loans oi 1 to 6 years
described survey line and traversing -I extending 15 feet northerly and 35 I I persons who are dead, and PARCEL NO./ 3 (D. R. Redding. for the entire credit require- HALE L.4Dr WANTED Must -
the NH of the Nt:'4 : the \vi I feet southerly from the following who are not known to be dead or et ux) ments of the farmer and his fam ritnr.d and willing b
of the NEiJ and NW'i of th* SEM; described survey line and traversinga alive A strip of land fifty feetin width ily. Gainesville Production CredM G'Nsl i y. Nick to
of Sec.<< 3*. T S. R 19 K. Bradford portion of the NW t4 of the SW%, I WHEREAS. HOUSTON: TKAAS extending 15 ft northerly and 25 Association. CO iortb Main 'mI lip
County. Florida more particularly the NEU of the SlVtf : sEv of the GAS AND OIL CORPORATION a feet southerly from the following described I Gainesville.:!' Fla. tfch TRH-K TRACTOR _
:NW'i and of NW' S MECHANIC
snH i of Sec W1
described follows to-wit: filed in survey line and traveling MUM i-
an : corporation. has its Petition fiulified
18. T 7 s.It :: K, Bradford | to make all
Btglnnlng at a point In the w County. eminent domain proceedings in the Lots 3 and 4, being the N'i of the RADIOS REPAIRED ,>' repairs t', Heavy type
line ot the NE'J of said S.-... 3 6. Florida follows more particularly describedas above entitled Court against the NTV'i of the NE'i of Section 17, All akea All ... -1e Tra,.t snd Duty Truck
ft. to-wit: whose of Township S ....... various types frI
eald point temp 1:1i: Southerlyand persons names and places South, Rang 22 East, Charges gvarsatesd aintenani-e Ail
Beginning at a point in the we tlint' I
along said line from the northwist residence are hereinabove set forth L'radford County, Florida more MIKPHKHD'S RADIO A TV I II 1f treated will
of the above described confidential.
and running property being the defendants in such particularly I !._.. Gre... Owaer I Write P O.
corn-r thereof; situate in Sec. IS, said point be cause : described as follows, I:: KJ3-I:. Starke.
thence 8 1$ decree 18 minute K and wherein the raid Petitioner to wit: tIC W. (".ll M. FboBe \T04Sf.rk. -.... \ Florida. Itchg ,
ing1 2 feet northerly along said I
a distance of 15PO: feet to its pointof seeks to condemn an estate tn the Beginning at a point in the west .. P1.. DAIRY
west line from the southwest corner FERTILIZER
exit.In the East line of the MV thereof; and running thence following described property as IS' line of the N4 of the Ntt% of the $I.;O-NT FOR SALE
of the NE'4 Of Sec. 36. T < K K 19 K set forth in the Petition filed in I NE 4 of said Section 17. Said point GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding In- yd. Contact Ray Crst"r.
South 63 degrees 41 minutes K a f: II I Rddi h
Beingland!' owned by Franklin said cause so that the same may being 600 feet.-more or less southerly vltatlrms with double envelopes 100 Dairy. %
distance of Its of
"Basket Co., a corporation.Micanopy. 351 feet to point be used' for the right of -I and
exit in the South line of tlje MH way purposes along 'said line from the i i., for 121.33.: Bradford Cour'r Tele- FOR
Florida. and identified as and all incidents thereof, for northwest corner thereof eraph *f Furnishe 2
of the SWU of Sec n, T 7 S. K : and run- broom
... ,. ._ home
on Cry
No.- 4-BKAD- = '>
Line List :2!! E. the location and construction ot ning thence North 51 degrees, :a -- .. : _--- -- .
Parcel 3 W. Hogan Smith and Being lands owned by BenjaminSuslow natural .gas transmission pipelines minutes East a distance of >r 8 feet FOR RENT-Furnished first floor I ant telephone $40 per mo. Write
.VKollne W-.hi0! wIfe>. and Anna Snslow. his wife, to-wit: to its point of exit in the north line Sponsored by members of the Madison Street Church apartment Close in desirable lo- I !;s 1ST or call HO $-%%$%, Waldo.
A ttip of land fifty feet in width Pox 1003. Starke. Florida. and 295! : Parcel Land No. 1 (Carrie Colbert, of the N ,6 of the XW!4 of the \ ;'. Baptist extending- feet. northerly and 35 of Section 228 w. Madson St. ttchg
Port Washington Ave.. New York a widow. et al) 17. Township S South ,=
feet southerly from the following 3!, N. V. ->"<1 identified as Line List A strip of land fifty feet in Range 22 East. l\fOMK TAX XKRVfCfc
desorlhed survey line and traversing \;o. 4.BRAD-31.: width extending 15 feet northwesterly Peing lands owned by. D. It. Redding FOR RESTnlffly fur. apts, 3 pno\.: ,0'11 Kl W. Pratt M.
the NW'4 and the KH: of the SE'4of Parcel 7 (Foster Shi Smith and and :35 S feet southeasterly from and Frances Geneva Redding heaters. Adults. $60 per. mo. ea. Call .r"r .. _. M.a4ar-Frldar.
t. T 7 S, R 2t.E: and the SK i his '
Box .
of.Fee.the'PWH. of 8e '. .'. T-7 S. It 21 Mary Anne Smith his wife) the following described survey line wife 114 Lawtey, Florida Announcing Else<< in. Phone WO !4-1S4S tfchc ( J Hufeb.u5
and .
A f land fifty feet In width identified as line list No. 21
E. Bradford County Florida more strip t> and taver.ing the SWU of the XEl BRAD 102.PARCEL thK. 5-'
particularly described' as follows. extending 15 fet northerly and 35 of Section :3. Township 6 South FOR SALE OR TRADE Keren hog
to-wit feet southerly from the following Range 20 East Bradford County. NO. 4 (Nelson B. Blockeret dogs. Take your pick at S 25: 4'.. Albert FOR RENT '- Two bedroom modern
; _
described aurvev line and traversingthe Florida more particularly described ux.) Onffis. Rt. I Hox KO. Starke. furnished hou_. newly d
Beginning at a point In the West NEU of the SW 14 of Sec. 21, &s follows to-wit A strip of land fifty feet In width 4ty> %-5 r Ir"llatni beater, tile coratt
line of the N\VU of said Section 8. T 7 S.R 22 E. Bradford Connty, : extending ,16 feet northerly and 3i Adults
at in the west kitchen only.
Beginning point
said along point saidMlne bCtngtSI from fret the northerlyand southwest Florida'more particularly described line of theSW'i a of the NE'4 of saidSection described'surreylln feet southerly from* and the: following E. E. TANNERIs FOR SAL.E-I have two lots left W04-D34 after I::' In the Pone
fniiAw. -wlt traversingall Ings
as : out East Call !Street near where
thereof and running. S 23.: Said point being 400 feet Itp
corner : of Section
3. Township *
Beginning at a point in the WeStline fcouth. -
Major Hatcher is building. Get -
degrees. (II minute K a distanceof more or les. southerly and along Range, Z3 ,EaCt ,tbeV of the
of the NE'i of the SW% oflaid ; % W A
:344 feet to its. point of. nit In Sec. 21. aid point being 142 said line from the northwest corner NW>4 of Section 2. Township 6 yours now while available. E. W.hfayet ing .E Qualified lady for typ

the pouth line of the $W>4. of Sec. : feet snntherlT and along Raid line thereof; and running thence North !South. Range 2Z East. rradford Now OperatorOF lip I work.an..taal and I..n.ral office
S. T 7 S. R 21 K: continuing on : from the northwest! corner thereof 49 degrees %5 minutes! East a distance County. Florida'more particularly tn'' Alf to IS. Shorthand es.sentiaL
the samebearing and reenteringth ; and running thence S 75: degrees << of 606 feet to its point of described as follows, to:wit: Mercury Coupe Pennant position for quali
mtject property at ,a point in. 27 minutes E A distance of 13SS feet exit in the north line of the SW'4 Beginalng at '.ja point in the real good: condition. Will sell reasonable f." p rvwho is willing to work

the west line of,the EH of the SK .4 to Its point of f\\t\ In the eat line of the NEU of Section 23, Township north line of the W% of the NWU If interested Contact R. assume rln II biy. Write P
1C 15 teet. I:. Hornsby. f;riff is Loop. Starke. q m-rV
said Stark
of Rec. !. point being of the NE'i of the SWH of Sec. South. Range 20 East. of said Section 2. Paid point be- -S POT .Fa. ItchicUNFtmNISHED
more, or less, northerly, and along 51..T 7 S. R 22 E. Being lands owned by Carrie Colbert Ing 530 feet easterly and along said Hp'
aid lIn.fromthe: southwest cornerthereof Being land owned by Foster Ml a widow. Box 4(4. FYHeglade. line from ,'the northwest corner : HOME FOR RENT
; thence South 76 degrees 01 Smith and M-rr Anne Smith his Florida; Ernest Colbert Box 464. thereof: and running thence, South4degress TANNER SERVICE STATIONFORMERLY Walker Hound Puppies For Sale -3 bedrooms two blocks from
East a distance<< of I4lu feet $25. Mrs. Pat Morden. Are Truck
minutes two blocks
wife. Starke. Florida. and Identified llt>gladf'. Florida: any and all 30 minute West a distance Ihoof from grocery and
to Us point of exit in the East line as Line List No. 4'-111'AD-\-. other persons addresses unknown, of 53S3 feet to a point: thence Stop Hleh Snrlnirs IteM Itorp. Home equipped with
nf the BH of the SK'4 of Section 'II, '
TAKE NOTICE that olara- South 50 degreed.15 West gas rook stove hot water
who claim any right title and interest hE'atl'rl
E and continuing on
T 7 S. RI :
the Rame bearing and re-entering tlon of Taking has been filed by as heirs of Nathaniel (Colbert a distance! of 2227 feet to its point of I WANTED !Small bicycle boys or and fire place. T, T. I4)nf. 15 W.

the subject property at a point in the Petitioner in the above styled deceased and identified as line list exit:[ In the west. line of the SW" girls with or without trainingwheels. Washington Ave. phone WOt.JU.
I of Phone WO4-JU after S p.
cause for the taking of the above Section Township i South
the west Une.of the spa, of theSWU NO. 2J BRAD-58.
'of Sf'<'. J. T 7 S. R 21 1':, said ecrihed lands for rights of way PARCEL NO. 2 Herbert S. Norman Range 22' .Eat.Being HARDY BROS. SERVICE STATIONCOR. rn tthtWANTED
lands "owned' by Nelson K.Blocker. Par Sale Beaatifvl
point being 1023 feet more or less.!' anti easements for transmission linet.end et ux) KlaariJey Lake
northerly and along ,said line from that the Court will on the :28th A strip of land fifty feet in width and Clara H. Blocker his -A lady for
the soulhwest eorher thereof: thenre day of January A. D. i5!!. at 10 ,extending 1$ feet northwesterly and wife.i P. O. Box :387, Jacksonville HIGHWAYS 301 AND 16 to live with me or a man and wife. keaT .year mad h..e .,
Mrs. miles from
south .76 degrees. 4il minutes Jut o'clock a. tn., in Its Chambers at J5 feet coutheastely from the following Beach. Florida and identified as line Stella Rhoden. 44 fwe .r. bsagalsw. EaJ.y &.
of 1386 feet to its point the list NO. 23 BRAD 104. Starke' on Raiford Rd. Rt. 2 Bos ;. .
& distance Rrad'ord County Courthouse at described survey line and .. w.4'1 >p rla. r.1
of exit In th" East line of SHH of tarkf'. Florida YOU. AND EACH OF TOU. ARE!: Handling Of
the SWH of See t.'T'1 S, K 21 t;. : of Taking appoint lawn >
Bradford Florida ... Subdivision. Said lots being HEREBY 'COMMANDED to be and FOR RENT -.2 bedroom unfurnIshed -, FOR Hand
Being land County/* owned by W. Hogan .r4 of anpear In and before the' said circuit I houOlf' on Alton Rd. J. W. SALE John quilted qultl
Court deems $1 .
!Smith': and Eoline W. his wife, law proper section 1;. Township a South. Range Court on the IOth day of February Good GULF ThAn,". T>"nn- WO*>-117t Itrhg: .""earb F' )
Products'I jD
:22 East Pradford County Florida A.D. Ui: ,.
PtarKf. "'!nrid..- snrt, Identified a* to show what interest I I
: LL
Line List No. 4-BRAD-14. 1& and 1* : INTERESTED TN more particularly<< described as follows you have iq said propertyand HOUSE FOR HE.t 40J So. FOR RENT -
THE :: } room house with
to wit!. t show' ,
Par<**l,4 (Footer SM Smltti. Lad eans wby ft should Cherry St. Call Gordon Wager bath. 4 acres of
Mary. Anne Smith. nil wife et may appear and he heard at the Beginning at a point in tbe south not be taken for the uses and purposes ..' I phone WO4-M41. Starke 4tchr2-3; house. Hlway J81 land garage. ben
al) time and place hereinabove desig line of the 84! of the NEU of the set forth In said Petition or ... Also H. S. Morita Starke. Contact -
A strip of landfiftv.ftet tn width ns f''rt. );\\4 of said Section 17. Said else be ,barred. : 1. .. LAND CTTTINO -$2.5'' per hour. t."k. P.t J rz 211-A,

extendirut 15 tet northerlY and SS WITNESS: mr basil and peal of point being 473 feet, more or less WITNESS mr band and the stat WHEEL BALANCING I Herbert R. Harris. ("..-11. Del. Stark: ftp T-!!
said Court thi* 14th day of Jan- of said Court this ith day of Jan TUNE-UP WORK TIRES
feet southerly from the following easterly and along said line from I bin I-!!! All 78 speed
described finrvcx line and traversing nary, .\. D. m.! '. the southwest corner thereof and narY. A.D1555.. phonograph records
the SEV of Se*, t.- T T S. It 21 t;. r'f rtLK<'5 A. P.-\nr.y running thence North 2S degrees; (COrRT SEAL) TUBES BATTERIES AND ACCESSORIES NOTICE must fo.S for fVf'1' a i.ooo to choose

the 8%oftb.S. 4 of SeA ]0. T 7 'Jerk of the Circuit Court 25 minutes East a distance of 5J4 CHARLES A. DARBY. T am not responsible for any debt U from| $1.M. D.bmr Gif
S. R n 'R. and thC. N% (If.-Sec. U. r--tnrA ("" "tr. Florida feet to", point thence North Clerk of the" Circuit Court 01 !t..11 -%
: 51 degrees. Bradford made by anyone other than myselfV' .
T Florida 7 S.. more RUE.particularly Bradford describedas County. Deputy By (S) Clerk Marian L. Crosby 372. 52 feet minutes to East a distanceof Br <>) Marian County L..Crosoy.. Florida. I Pay Us A Visit Today! divorce was granted Jan. 14. FOR RENT Two small cottages
its point of exit in Clerfc. 1551. at
J .
HfJbrn Prln
iotow.towit Three
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It 1.15 the'north lint of the S% ot the ..; t-- l-U it, 1-5 Tommy F. Edward'* and Ul Furalihed. J.rom.T,
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Itp 1-15-1-29 Quigley.


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I I,
rar..rr off the teachers. I YTYTTVYVTTTTTYTTTTTYYYY
OMS Conducting Funeral !: unday with a group of other
1 :\Minderman Guest KEYSTONE Tuesday
I HIGHLIGHTSB girls sponsored by the Florida
Speaker At Woman's Club Winter Conference
I' I BROOKER j For E. C. HulvershornOf CItruS Commission and state advertising -
Mrs. Peter Minderman was i ,
At Park-of-Palms Mary K. Schaeffer agencies
guest speaker at the regular busi- i I Lake Geneva i
I The Travel show opened Monday -
By Barbara Sue Davis
By Joyce RothhammcrlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ness and social meeting of the I I I' and will continue
A Mid-Winter Convention of througnSaturday
Party For Miss Jane Webb Edmund
Loo" Christian
Club was reviewed and then a Hulvershorn.
Woman's of Melrose Wed,
at .the West Hartford
I Jan. 7 at the club iiouse. She gave The Oriental Missicnary Society i Miss Jane Webb who will be new Polka type dance was learned. I! t 6, died at his home in Lake Geneva ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Simmons will be held at Park-of-the-Palms and Mrs. E. C. Lewis of married to Huntley Redfearn Jr After catching their breath. the Sunday morning alter an Illness -
left last Friday for Fayetteville i I a'ery ballistics or guided missle program which on Keystone Heights starting Jan. 18 Starke were Friday afternoon this Saturday, was guest of honorat meeting was closed by singing; of several months. Horn InXewbur Miss Pangborn is employed at

N. C. On Sunday. Mrs. Simmons included discussion of 'through 25th. quests of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow a coffee held at the home of "Run Along Home." j : :;:. Ind. on Jan. 10. 18tS.! the Information Bureau on i S.
I a borne Services will start each morning Thomas. Mrs. Alfred he was a retired salesman and Highway 1 at the Georgia-Honda
went to Silver Spring, Maryland. slides of the missiles. I B. Watson on Saturday Son Born To Rev. And i a
There she will visit her son, PaulS. "! with a Prayer Hour at 9:30: followed Bobby Thomas of Palatka was I Jan. 10 from 10 to 12 a. m. Mrs. M. II. Breyfogle +,I'I member of the Lutheran Churcn. state line. She plans to visit new

Hog:ell and family.Mr. I Forty-three members and by a Bible Hour conductedby the weekend guest of his parents 1 All decorations for the party werein A son, Samuel William weigh-l'i He had been a resident of Lake York City on her way home.LEE'S .
guests were present; the guests Dr. S Ferguson at 10 o'clock. Geneva for the
and Mrs. R. B. McCrackenof Mr. and Mrs Bob Thomas. pink. White corsages were presented ing 7 Ibs.. .7 ozs.. was born to Rev. past 22 years moving =
| were recognized and welcomed. At 11 a m. the topic will be there from Indiana.
Charlotte. N. C. are the proud i Mr. and Mrs. Ogdon of Pompano to Jane her mother Mrs. and Mrs. M. H. Breyfogle at the. -
Hostesses for "
the occasion
were "Windows on the World. the be- 'John Webb and Mrs. Bradford Survivors are one son. RaymondE.
parents of a baby girl born Jan. are visiting friends County Hospital in -

9. The b.by1eighed: 5 pounds R Mesdames. H. Kelly Graham, and C.A.I. L.Tolles.Danis, fields.hind-th -headlines story of OMS and relatives here for a few days. ': Redfeam. Mrs. S. E. McKay and Starke on Saturday. Jan. 10. Both i; Hulvershorn of Lake Geneva: DRIVE-IN

13 ounces. The McCrackens are I Mr. and Mrs. Benny ThomasJr. Mrs. E. T. Martin poured Mrs. C. mother and baby are doing fine. and two sisters. .Mrs. George
School News Global Vision Rallies will be M. of served Herth and Mrs. H. D. Jettrrys.
former residents of Melrose. of Gainesville visited his Conway Jacksonville Woman's Club Dinner 1 THEATREPhone
With school back in session a- : held Monday through Friday at I ir parents punch. Also assisting at the party Tickpto* both of Evansville. Ind.
Mrs. Keith Miner and daughter. : Mr. and Mrs. Benny ThomasSr. are out now for theWoman's 4113
gain, two new teachers are replacing p. m.. with a special Men for .. I were Miss Peggy Webb younger I Club dinner which will Funeral services were held at
Kathy returned last week aftera
three I two vho have left the faculty. !i Missions service Saturday even- I sister of Jane, Mrs. Huntley Red- be held in the club house on Sat- the graveside in Keystone Heights Keystone Heights, Fla.
weeks visit to Anaheim, Mrs Groover Thomas visited
I Mrs. Stephenson and Miss Jane ;I ing. I fearn, Mrs. G rdon Adams and urday evening, Jan. 24 from 5:30 Cemetery Tuesday at :2 pm.1th
Ward Hunter will Mrs. i i There will also be two Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Thomas and FKI. SAT. SUN.Jan. .
Cal.On replace Sunday 1 Mrs. Mike Redfearn. Mrs. Watson to 7:30: p. m. The price will be I Rev. J. R. Smith pastor of the
Monday January 19, The Joan Gaines and Mrs. Johnstone.Mrs. i afternoon rallies t Jan. 18 and 251 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Genever of I''presented Jane with a piece of $1.25 for adults and 65c for chil- :' First Baptist Cnurt-h of Keystone 16, 17, 18

Putnam County Public Health Stephenson will sponsor the.l.t.I 3 p. m. Gainesville for several days last her crystal. dren. The menu is as follows: I Heights olfmating.
10th grade and teach Home j| The public is invited week |1 THE ROOTSOF
to attend '
doctor and nurse will be at the Miss Webb was also recently roast beef. mashed potatoes and' Burial was in the family plot

school for a question and answer Economics and Miss Hunter will I these meetings. dren Mrs.visited Bishop Thomas and chil- honored at a kitchen shower given gravy green limas tossed salad .i under the direction of lJe\\Itt C. 'I HEAVEN
her parents. Mr. and
the 9th teach
grade .
session on the clinic and any sponsor ... .. Mrs. H. by Mrs. Mike Redfearn at her and dressing, hot biscuits cake Jones Funeral Home.
History. Welcome to our school. ; TV YYYYYYYYY* YYYYYY H. Lewis of Starke re- !
':home m Keystone. and peach: sauce. If you haven'tseen Starring Errol Flynn and
other questions that might cently. '
come Before the holidays the Senior FLORAHOMEAND j| Daurers Hare Nighborhood the newly decorated club I j Dona
up. Be thinking questions. The 'I I Mrs. Mattie Sowells returned PangbornRepresents> Juliette Greco;
up Class had an Essay contest on the I Party During Holidays house. this would be a fine time ,j'

health committee wants to thank tcpic "The Value of Paper in Our.i I GRANDIN home Saturday after visiting Mrs. A neighborhood party was held to do so.Keystone. FDC
all mothers who have participatedin I Everyday Lives." The three winning i! By Dane11U11000UUA11U111 Herman Hodges of Jacksonvilleand at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Heights JuniorWoman's I At Travel -
I papers belonged to Marcia ; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lair- JAN. 23: 21, 25
the program. Last week the Daurer during the holidays. Much Club MeetingThe
more in their winter home at I'
first week the clinic has been in llilliard, Kathy Miner and Max- of the party was centered around. Junior Woman's Club of Miss Dona I'angborn daughter ; The Buccaneer'sWith
and Mrs. Cassie
ange Lair-
ine Jones. These papers were sent Attendance at the church morning '
Mrs. Daurer's Christmas gift
monthly Mr.
a Keystone Heights held 'of and Mrs. Don Pangborn of '
operation several children were to the county where they will be,' : services at Florahome Churchof more of St. Petersburg for the 'I
,I Baldwin Spinet Organ. Mr. Daurer meeting in the newly renovated :Keystone Heights. has been selected :, Yul Brunner and
taken home by parents. judged with other student's God last Sunday morning holidays.Mrs. i
Many was
J': demonstrated the many "voices"I Woman's Club House on Thursday ; I as one of the younger womento
were sick with the flu. The moth- pers from all over the county.pa-I very :. ood for such a cold day. Bedia Connley of Talla- I I the organ by playing Christmas : evening, 'Jan. 8. The business i; represent the Florida Ievlop-I' Charlton Heston

ers did a marvelous job. Every- The seniors and juniors of Mel- There were 47 in Sunday School hassee visited Mrs. Mattie So- Carols and seme old favorites meeting was preceded by an executive I j ment Commission at the 9th Annual !

one is urged to participate. The rose High have scheduled a visitto I I and about 55 at the preaching wells, recently. I.with all the guests joining in board meeting. President !; Travel Show sponsored by ; Closed :Mon. Thru Thurs.

object of the program is to have Tallahassee in March to visit service.T. Sunday. song. Quite a few of the guests Mrs. Thomas Garnar. presided. I the Hartford Times at Harttord. ] For Winter Season

mothers at the school all the the legislature;: while in session. L. Drake's ferns at his fern- Miss Salley Rice of Starke visitEd i,! tried, their hand at the organ and Candy was presented to the I Conn. :

time so if something happens to They will leave one afternoon, ery wet frozen the first of this Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hodges ,!'were: surprised to learn how easy members to sell. Money raised i! Miss Pangoorn left by plane .. .I

s! child they will be there to take spend the night in Tallahassee week here in Florahome. Monday. i j I it is to play an organ these days. from this project will go into the

care of them and take the load sit in on the legislature and come I Mrs. Annie Capers and her Mr. and Mrs Andrew Jones and The guests were divided into two fund to enable the Club to real- !
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Atkinson ofDonaldsonville KEYSTONE
back that night. daughter Mrs. Wm. R. Terry of groups for a "modified" version ize its object to promote and carry'
Ga. visited friends
KEYSTONE The FFA and FHA are busy Putnam Hall and their guests i,|i cf a crap game. Maye Reid and en cine, educational Philan- Women's Children's
I snd relatives: here over the week-1'I Clothing & Shoes
I making plans to attend the Tampa Ressie and Ina Rogers of Tulsa. end. .Charley I Willenius won most of thropi and social activities and I

JEWELERS State Fair on Feb. 7th. They I Okla. called on Grandin friends R. I)I the prizes. Joe and his boy. Joey to provide recreation for the SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY -
J. Jones is seriously ill in ;j
Expert Watch Repairing I will ride down together on the last Thursday afternoon. i lOToole closed the party with a young people of Keystone |
the Alachua General Hospital in :j '
Quality Line Jewelry school bus. I Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Reed and Gainesville and we of this community 'I skit involving Joe's inability to Heights.A I i iI Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner

I Boys Bow To St. Joseph: Trenton; ,'children Debbie and Arnold and j 1! cope with modem education.Mrs. committee under the chair-
-Walter M. Muhlhofer\ wish him a speedy reco'ery. I
!di I II. Mr. Reed's mother Mrs. Ruth Harold Sutton's manship of Mrs. Charles McGIave .
I i ICcntmued on next Pagel] I I
Reed of Swan Lake visited Mr. Elizabeth Thomason and Roy I Mother In Accident and assisted by Mrs. Joseph Paw-

I Reed's sister and brother-in-law Green Mrs. Harold Sutton's mother likowski, Mrs. Robert Menzen
patients in Memorial
are King -
I I Mr. aid Mrs. F. A. Fitzpatrick and daughter Mrs. Thomas ..... .'
Mrs. Eugene S. Brantleyof Hospital in Lake Butler. Mrs. Edgar Akridge.
L. A. Baker Insurance
CompanyI I Grandin last Thursday even- Church News I Marian, were returning hometo Garnar. and Mrs. W. A. Scales are
: Norfolk. Va. and had an accident making arrangements for a
ing.Carl The New River Baptist Church,
Representing Cox has been ill in Doctor'sHospital organized a Training Union program on an icy road in Rocky "Teen-Age Dance". Details will .

at Starke for the past at their church Sunday : MU N. C. Mrs. Sutton's motherwas be announced later. f! k

MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. week. night. Glen Tomlinson was apIiointed I thrown through the wind- The next meeting of the Club .

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stricklandand i director. May we say \\eI I shield of the car and is in a hos- will be held Thursday evening

And family of Grandin spent several wish you New River every success pital in Rocky Mt. Mrs. Sutton Jan. 22, at the Club house. Mrs. ,.. ..... :. : .*
CONTINENTAL CASUALTY ACCIDENT & HEALTH days last week in Clewistonwith Garden Club j :left Friday to see her mother. Francis Egan will speak on t'D..fh':

their son-in-law and daughter The Brooker Garden Club willl|, Girl Scout NewsA "Florida of Yesteryear" with an ,
And HOSPITALIZATIONPhone I Mr. and Mrs. Ronald V. hold a meeting Thursday night Melrose-Keystone Girl Scout accompanying film strip. Mrs.

Keystone Heights 3515 Goodman.Mrs. at the Community center. All I Neighborhood Coffee was held on Egan will be introduced by Mrs. Huntley Junior MikeThe i

I Mattie Lawson and daughter members are urged to be presentas j. Tuesday morning at the Lake Prank Harris program chairman.A .

DAY OR NIGHT; Mrs. Mildred Burrows of there will be a fashion-in- I Geneva home of Mrs. Fermont W. short business meeting will
Gainesville called on Grandin relatives hats presented at this meeting. i.Tolles in Keystone Heights. precede the program. Hostesses

I last Saturday. Town Council Names Two Streets I:1 Guests of honor were Mrs. Joseph :for the evening will be Mrs. William Redfearns Say

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brock- With the aid of the Brooker I I Enge and Miss Nancy Brown of Baker Mrs. George Massa.

KEYSTONE GAS COMPANY man and little son. John Wesley Garden club the Town Councilof I Jacksonville. Mrs. Enge is the Mrs. W. A. Scales.

of Gainesville visited Mrs. Ethel Brooker was able to name anj i j I second vice-president of the Gateway Woman's Club News

DEPENDABLE 2M10UR SERVICE Brockman in Grandin last Sun- avenue and a street in the town (i Girl Scout Council of which The Finance Committee of the WHEN YOU THINK OF

,day. Friday night. The club was asked I Melrose and Keystone are soon Woman's Club held a meeting

Day Phone Nite Phone I Mr. and Mrs. Don Huddlestoneand by the council in December to I to be a part and Miss Brown is Thursday. Jan. 8 at 1:30: p. m.

SAF-GAS children of Swan Lake were submit names at the January j a professional Girl Scout worker A new budget was made out to

4351 2582 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. meeting. The avenue running one I who has been added to the staff allow for payments of the recent )I

Eugene S. Brantley in Grandinlast block south of Charolette ave. recently. Her work in pact will renovation of the Woman's Club my C)

COOKING HEATING WATER HEATING[ Saturday evening. east and west. is now known as!be in the Keystone-Melrose Girl house. Mrs. George Colgin is the

Miss Beth Drake of Gainesville Palm Ave name submitted by!Scout neighborhood. Mrs. Stephen new secretary of the Woman's

Mont Complete Line of House Heating! Equipment in North is visiting her brother-in-law and Mrs. Mattie Barry and the street I Hellmuth president of the Coun- Club replacing Mrs. George < 4r
(sister Mr. and Mrs. Roland Tan- known as SD 18-235. within the cil was unable to be present. Schaeffer who resigned effective

Florida It You Han to Add Heat This Winter See Us First ner in Grandin for a few weeks. city limits is now known as Ca- Mrs. Jack Bass co-leader with Jan. 1. Plans were made for an f

Miss Dorothea Mayo of Grand-I mellia street. This name was Mrs. Tolles of the older intermediate Open House to be held on Feb.

in has been ill with the chosen because it is the club sym- Girl Scout troop in Melrose 8. Final plans were made for the

the past week. I presided at- the coffee table. Other dinner of Jan. 24-j

-- LAKE FRONT SPECIALS -- Mrs. L. L. Parker of Brookerwas bol.Members of the Home Demonstration guests invited were Mrs. Joe Community Church Open House

business visitor in Florahomeand Club held their monthly Daurer. Mrs. Walter Float and The Community Church has resumed THINK OF USWatch

White Sand take- Good Investment Grandin last Tuesday after- meeting last Wednesday afternoon -I'Mrs. Frd Mason Brownie leaders holding Open House for

noon. with president Mrs. W. T. ; Mrs. Dock L. Tison and Mrs. 6th.. 7th. and 8th grade girls and

LOTS AT $1250 Blair presiding ,Thomas Elmore former Brownie boys. They meet every other Fri- For Announcementof
to leaders; Mrs. George Massa. representing -
These lots are easily reached, require little clearing and Members brought garments second grade "Brown ray* night at the Community
, be altered and Miss Ross Home I Church Sunday School building.

next year will be the "LOST OPPORTUNITY OF 1958": Demonstration Agent helped with ies-to-be"; Mrs. C. J. O'Connor Their program includes dancing NewCOMING
instruct-1 Mrs. Walter Wilson and Mrs.
I the fitting. She also gave games, skits and refreshments.
i ions for making Orange Bread i i Bass Girl Scout leaders; Mrs. Al-
All 6. 7. and 8 grade girls and
S. E. MKAY REALTOR Pudding and distributed new cit- va Cook. Mrs. William Beam.
communities are
-- boys of near-by
STBTIiiI lus bulletins. Mrs. N. W. Hardenbergh. Mrs. J. -
invited to attend Open House regardless
Hostesses for the day were Mrs. F Pawlikowski, Mrs. Carl Ford.
Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2051-4151-1209 I Soil Conservation 1. W. Markey and Mrs. Tim Rod- Mrs. Richard Southerland Mrs. Between of 45-60 religious children affiliations.attend

I I N-E-W-S gers. They served the pudding Elizabeth Campbell. Mrs. Charles these parties which are sponsoredby I

brownies and coffee. McGlave. Mrs Ralph Mathewsand the Sunday School of the
i 1959
By BUI Haas Officers elected for 1959 were Mrs. Frances Chiappini, Community Church. The next
Soil Conservation Service Troop Committee Members; and
pres.. Mrs. T. W. Blair: vice-pres., Open House will be en Jan. 23.
Mrs. T. W. Markey: sec. Mrs. Tim Mrs. Gay Livingston Neighbor- Greyhound Bus AnnouncesNew
i The Board of Supervisors for I II Rodgers; treas. Mrs. Davis Green hood Cookie Advisor. Schedule

I the Bradford Soil Conservation:' and County delegate Mrs. Lottie Mrs. Enge encouraged everyone
i District held their regular monthly Edwards. present to attend the annual The Greyhound Bus line announces -

i i I meeting at Lloyd Greens' meeting of Gateway Girl Scout a new service between

',,_.. home. Those attending were Foster -: Walter E. Martin got the Dis- Council on Thursday evening Jan.
on' next Pagel
/m I Shi Smith, Lloyd Green Roland -, trict rotocycle mower to mow the 22, at the Peninsular Life Insurance

i ary k the Stern G. T. Huggins. Leon corn sulks in his fields. Building in Jacksonville,

', Carter and Bill Haas. Roland Marvin Rosier got the District's at which time Baker. Clay. Columbia -
Health Facts SOON
r di"erenee I I1 presented to the Board a plan in grain drill to plant oats for green j, Union and Putnam count-

which he and John Allen Shadd grazing for his hogs but the wet ,,. ies' entry into the Council will be

between I would tend the District's plot oni d I,veathrr bas slowed him down too.i! official. 1. Public records prove that the

the FFA farm. The profits would) Each year a program of work; The Melrose-Keystone Heights quickest and most effective care i

be shared two-thirds to the PTA I i> developed by the Bradford Dis-j Girls Scouts under leadership of for headaches and backaches is 11

\_\ wishinq Chapters and one third to the trict. The work program covers i I Mr!?. Zee Tolles. finished their re- through painless Chiropractic"

boys tending the plot. The Board all of the jobs that need to be' quirements of their "dancer" care.

havinq I approved this plan. j done. and a work plan that shows I badge. They have now started 2. Since internal organs are con- REMEMBERWe

1 The Board in its effort to help j how each job is to be done. The I working towards their "folk trolled by nerves the normal func-

the folks in Bradford Soil Conservation first step is to have the Soil Conservation dance" badge by starting on the tion of each organ can only be

District is writing letters, Service make a conservation first requirement, that of learn- assured when Chiropractic healthis

: to ask that more interest be put ,, need survey which shows ing four American folk dances applied.
Meet All Advertised Prices
\in the Soil Bank Program. I(land conditions and what needs,I and four folk dances other than 3. Chiropractic care restores

The Board also voted to write to be done about them. This work'i American. health in thousands of cases after I

The sooner you start to save, the sooner your fondest a letter to Colin D. Gunn. whoj i i plan is revised as conditionschange. i Karen Cook. newly elected everything else has failed.

retired as State Conservationist on I;| At present a new con- I chairman of the Brownies, conducted What Chiropractic has done for

wishes will come true in 1959. Next pay day, come in Dec. 31, 1958. Mr. Gunn has I servation needs survey is being;i. last weeks meeting. Trea- other it may do for you. REDFEARN'S

spent 42 years in some phase of made, and will be used to determine surer Dianne Thomas collected Consultation without obligation.

and let us advise jou on your savings program. work with agriculture here in the; revisions in our present i dues for the first time and reported Phone or Write

; State of Florida 21 years with ,work plan. This conservation need a total of twentysevencents

I the Soil Conservation Service. I!survey was used by the Supervisors -" in the, treasury. The girls DR. H. G. BOLUNGER

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKA A complete soil and water con-! in preparing the District then reviewed and discussed the CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES

tervation farm plan was delivered work After i Service Is AssuredPhone
I I II ( program and plan. first chapter of their Brownie 728 E. University, Are.

| to George Kopelousos George is II )that a conservation farm plan is I[Handbook. Gainesville, Phone 6-3%:'
Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community planning to put all his land into i I'|made m full detail for each farm I A new trick called 'How WideIs .

Keystone! Hl'ibtFla. I pine tree production. He is going!Ion I request of the fanner This is this Box:" was learned followed 426 N. Walnut SL 9391 Keystone Heights, Fla.

:: I Ito use 8 system of fire breaks to(II being done by the Soil Conservation by a new song. "John Jacob Jin- Starke. Phone 118

I ihelp protect these new plantings.|( Service. I Igle Heimer; Schmidt"Looby

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1 to the Board of Stewards for I Robert L. Cooper I Vyvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

three years. Mrs. R. A. Gaunt was IN TIIF riRCTIT f'OrRT. IAtt FOR BRtUFORn' ('ot'XT'FI.OH..

KEYSTONE elected to fill -unexpired term I Completes AF Basic j MELROSE. in\ AT LAW NO.
'I a ee- *

Friday. Jan. 16. Youth Fellow- -- .1 CORPORA TIO '. a corporation. .

AAAAAAAAALLAAAAAAAAAAAAA ship will meet at 7:30: in the Edu- (Continued from Page One] Petitioner ) .\"F. ORO
[Continued from Page One] cational Building. 6irls: Defeat Starke, Trenton CARRIE COLBERT, a widow. ,

Sunday. Jan. 18 Dr. A. C. Holt eta )
The Melrose Bulldogs were Defendants. I
Jacksonville and Gainesville. 'of Montreat. N. C., formerly minister -
handed their sixth defeat in eight
Schedule is as follows: The'l of the First Presbyterian games as St. Joseph's Academy FI.c 1JlIU:

Leave Jacksonville. 4:00: p. Church of Jacksonville will con pulled away in the second half to'' WHOM IT MAT COXCEKJf, AndParrrl

arrive Keystone: 5:10 p. m. Arrive I duct the services at the
hand the Bulldogs a 45-33 defeat By G. T. Hnggin Onarr .cuibrRe..
Gainesville &:50 p. m. ity Church. commun-I Value
I en their home court here last.

Leave Gainesville, 9:05: a. m. The Circles of the Tuesd2}. j County Agent I Carrie Colbert a widow l'oie 1110.00

Arrive Keystone. 9:45: a. m. Arrive I Ccmmunity Church: will meet on Box 4(4i'rllrglade
Gooch. Pellicer and Bissell ". FloridaErnt"I't
Jacksonville:: 10:55: a. m. Monday. Jan. 19, as follows: Circle i iI
CHURCH NEWS No. 1. Mrs. Albrecht's Circle. iI I the winners with 14, 11, and ..10.Melrose' How About In 1959 :liming, cover crops, and establishing Colbert

First Baptist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. T. : ;; Larry Cooper was high Doing a little good deed for i new pasture. There is also a It x 4(4Kelfrglade.. Florida

W. Hansen at 2 m. scorer for the night as he bucketed ycur neighbor once in awhilE.. place in the program for helpingyou

Two circle meetings were held I Circle No. 2, with p. Mrs. David I I 20 points for the losers. This speak as few angry words as possible bring back run-down pasture. Any and all other person ad-

Tuesday.The Fay Taylor circle is the fourth game this season. : try a good laugh each day; Office hours for this program are drev!< unknown. who claim any
Nelson as Chairman will meet I riht. title .r interest as heirs vt
met at 9:30: a. m. at the home of that Cooper has ,reached the 20-1 8 to 4:30 Nathaniel (Colbert "
j read something good daily or : Monday through Friday. deceased. ,
at the home of Mrs. Welker c.1
Mrs. Ruth Haire. Mrs. A. E. An-
Byron, at 1 ::30 p. m. Cohostesseswill point or better mark. I j often as possible; give a friend a Srfwwjrm Program GoodDuring 2 Herbert S. Norman and Alurlar Xon*
the witha :7
thony opened meeting | voo
The Melrose girls found it easygoing boosthene'er possible follow : lj.*> Norman, his wife
; the last week in December -
be Mrs. W. J.Pinon. and Mrs.
prayer. Mrs. J. D. Payton gave as they defeated previously} n..ut"0.. I. Box 110
i good vocational practices with the 1957 there were estimated between -
William Reynolds. Sr. Airman Robert L. Cooper, son Lawtt'y. Florida
the "Measure cf Suc- 011
program I unbeaten Starke 59-33. As usual,
CESS" Mrs. E. L. Brice circle Circle 3. with Mrs. John Ker- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. Cooperof Melrose's Ilene Strickland led the Golden Role as your standard. 30.000 and 40,000 cases of :3 P. R. Redding and Frances G..nX"n

the busi- I ges chairman, will meet at the Starke, has completed his initial j How Do You Compare? screwworms in the state. During chairman presided over
winners as she canned 19 points Box 114L.awtty
home of Mrs. Henry Mickle at 1 course in Air Force oasic military A report was recently made on the last week in December 1958
I .
ness meeting. Mrs. Anthony gave followed by Pat Preston and Mar-
p. m. training at Lackland, AKts, a study of 213 farms in Mississippi there were only 10 cases reported.
the closing prayer. Refreshmentswere cia Hiilard with 15 and 14 respectively. 4 Nelson P.'.
and Clara
He has been selected to to their of five and all of those from just
sened to the 10 members Circle No.4, with Mrs. Sara Texas. i.. as use basic one RI..k..r. hi.. wife" ':!.tlne ov
attend the technical training practices and income. The five county in South Florida. P. O. 1oJaetsonvi1le 3>7
present. Mrs. Ward was welcomedas McDonald. Chairman, will meetat On Friday night the Trenton I. I .-a..h. Florida
Christ- course for Radio Operator at practices were use of good seed; All of us are mighty pleased
member. the heme of Mrs. Bert
a new::! Tigers built up a big first half
Keesler AFB, .srlsslsSI pi. thicker spacing of crops like corn; with the progress of this program. and to all persons or parties having :lOW'< of the
offers Sr. at 1:30 F4 of
: p. m. potion
The Nell Pearce Circle met at lead and stifled second-half Melrose IT
Airman is a graduate of .r claiming! any right. title Interest
Cooper hybrid seed; soil testing; and record Our inspector Jorge Valldejuli Township South n..nlf" ;j EastlFlorida :
9:30 at the home of Mrs. Ted The Nightingales Circles. with Bradford County High :School. rally to defeat the Bulldogs' keeping. continues to remind more
to nd those
Oglesby on Brooklyn Lake with Mrs. Ray Starnes- as chairman, 42-32 on the Bulldog's home I us report situate in in iTadford certain parcels of land parti'ularl d..ri..1. .l'f' follows,
any suspicious The County. Florida to uit:
Only 8 percent used all 5 cases. pro-
Mrs. Fred Ellis. the circle chair- will be meeting at the home of J2, at 2 p. m. court. I prac- hereinafter described, together with Beginning at a POint In the

man presiding. Mrs. Cora Marsh- Mrs. S. E. McKay at 8 p. m. The new Woman's Auxiliary officers By the end of the first quarterthe tices, 34 precent used only one. gram is not completed-as long as all unknown persons claiming by. line' .f the -IO 4 of the :-Nw '. r"f'lt the
Families using all 5 practices there is one female fly capable of through and under Known persons *. '* oflaid .< -tion 17. Said
turn gave the opening prayer and The Rebeccas, with Mrs. Jim of St. Anne's Church were Tigers had built up a 13-2 who are" dead or who are not being fllO Ifft. more or less point
laying southerly
24 times than eggs.
grossed those
Mrs. Roy Chasteen was in charge Hetherin?ton as chairman. will installed on Jan. 4, as follows: lead and stretched it to 28-12 at more known to If dead or alive: and along( staid imp from the
using only one and had a net income Bangs Testing Soon Parcel tand X._ I (Carrie ('"lbert. north W.-M <-.>rn r thereof
of the taken from the G. Baylor vice the end of the half. From then on I : and run-
program meet at the home of Mrs. William president, Mrs. R. ; a widow. et al) ning them North 51 ,
cf almost 5 times *
Royal S rvice. Mrs. Ellis read a Few, at 8 p. m. I president; : : Mrs. Gorge O. Phelps; f they merely held on. I more.I Right soon now you'will beginto A strip of land fifty feet In minutes East a distnm-e or s:5 rect

song verse "I Would Be True" and The Annual Luncheon of the secretary, Mrs. Carl A. Wistrup; I An :injured wrist prevented Mel- know you will agree that all hear about a cattle Brucellosis width extending 15 r..t.northwt'H- of to the KB point of exit in the north line
( erly and :3i feet southeasterly from N'T of the NV11 of the Mi",
"Led In Prayer." Mrs. Ellis was Women of the CommunityChurh | and treasurer Mrs. Arnold Lar- t rose's high scoring Larry Cooper of the above practices are important. bangs clean-up program. Along the following scribd survey line or Station IT. Towns-hip a South.
ir chaise of the business meeting. I I sen.I I florn participating in the game. You can use each one sug- with this testing program allc&l"es and ta,.-rsmg the S\V. .,f ih- XK': Kangre 22 .:apt.
will be held at the Park between 4 and 8 months of of Section :23!: Township; $ 'uth. I'eing lands owned h y I). K. Ked-"
Mrs. Chasteen gave the closing Of The Palms at 1 p. m., Feb. 3. I 1st. U'Hliam's! Catholic Church I! High scorer for the game was gested. We can furnish you a Range 20 Kast. Bradford County. ding! and Francs Crneva Kidding,

prayer. The hostess served refreshments "The speaker of the day will be I Intsructions for Teen Agers I Bulldog Calvin O'Steen with 21 Farm and Family Record book age will be bangs vaccinated. Each i Florida more particularly described? his wife..... Itox 1H. L.aatey. "'IorlftaanI'
the 10 members I that is one of the most complete program is aimed to begin a last- as follows. to-wit: .r.llfif'd a* line lint No :JS!
to Shinholster and .
Dr. Clarence W. Jones. who is the continue to be held on Mondayevenings | points. Tommy i;i\i' 102.PAIWEL
Beginning! at a point in the west
present-The group welcomed Mrs. i Director of World Work in Radio ; at 7 p. m., followed by Davis Bryant led the winners with i'you have seen. It is designed to ing campaign to wipe-out this line of the :;W '. of the XK'4 ..f said .NO. 4 (Xf'llIon Tl HIorkfTt
j i [ give record that disease in cattle. There will be no Section 2:*. aid ux)
Zike member. you a complete point being 40O feetniore
Raleigh as new 8
a 10
and Television. He regularly Adult Instructions at p. m. 15 and points. ... A strip of land fifty feet in widthestending
News | I !! will be just what you need for tax charge to you for these services.; or les southerly and alongaid 13; feet
Community Church broadcasts from the Voice of the Altar boys for Jan. 20 morning The Melrose girls came from .- line from the northwest corner northerly and Ji

Community Church membersare Andes.St. Mass will be David Schaeffer and I behind in the final quart r to top I records. We are continuously talk- Bangs in cattle is transmitted to thereof, and running theme North dM'f"Tlhrd r..t southerly mirvpy' from line and the traversing following

ing about soil tests and still humans and known as Undulent 45 dfgr.H-s: 2i: minutes KaM! a distance -
grateful to Gerald Culberson. Anne's Episcopal Church Lee Sutton for Jan. 27, Jimmy the visitors' by a meager two encourage 6116 all of Section 3. Toynship a South.
I. feet to its point of
an outstanding member of the Fox and Herbert Nelson, Jr. I, points 53-55. Trailing eight you to use the service. Fever. All livestock owners will be exit in the north line of thef SWV ;NW Range: of 22 Section East: the:. Township\V4! of the 6

The following officers were Don't Pass January 23 invited to a meeting on January .. th. XI-:'. of Section :!:
23. Township
Church. conducting services Keystone Heights PTA To Meet I points going into the fourth quarter i South. Katie :: Kast. I Tad ford
elected to the Church 1959 Vestry, 30 to discuss this program. $3 SOli Ii.. lange :2!'I Kast.IVinc ,'''ont). Florida more particularly'
his on At 7:30 m. Tuesday, Jan. Mehose with the help of 36 Your Agricultural Conservation i
and for splendid message and installed on Jan. 4, for three : p. I : lands owned by Carrie Colbert de-rih as follows" to wit:
Sunday Jan. 11. 20, the Keystone Heights PTA points by Ilene Strickland and program is administered to en- Dr. D. W. Griffin, veternariar a nidow. fbi 164, I* llegladFlorid ., rVjtmninjr! at a point In the
years: Alex Brokas. Watson Har- with Florida Livestock -*; Ernest Colbert Box 4S4 north line of the W' ..f the NWof 1i
I in the School audi Marcia courage and assist in Board. T
will meet able from forwards you carry-
An annual meeting of the con- denbergh. and Lawrence LaMee: i Helleglailf. Florida: any and all said Section : Said point DeInjr -
s'rgation was held after the serilee -I torium. The theme of the meeting I Hillard and Pat Preston and' ing out soil and crop improvement started last Monday contacting all other ;person addresses' unknown. 330;;: feet easterly and along' said
for two years. Bob Baylor. Gay I cattle who claim right title and interxt line from the northwest ,'corner
; owners. any -
will be Clay County Schools: 1 guards Joy Morris Dot Price and practices. .
with the following officers j Livingston, and George Phelps: a. heirs ..f Nathaniel Colbert thereof: and runnlnr thence South
elected for three years: Board of Pete Let's Discuss Them. All members I Betkie Brice was able to come Requests are being taken now One or one thousand cattle dereav-d. and identified as line list 41< decrees.! :30 minutes U est a distance
i for Arnold
one( year; Larsen
Trustprs- Raymond Starnes, and interested parties are urgedto cut on lop. High scorer for Tren- for your 1959 plans. January 23 classify you as a cattle owner. Dr. NO. 21 HfU n-:>6. or, 5SX3: feet to a point: ttienrp
j O'Connor and Ronald Tipping. : 1'\!:t'T. X(>. 2 ( Herbert S. Norman !'nllthI degrtt-ii. 1" minutes Wenta
G. E.. Wim;in5. Mrs. Dick Sunder- Clerk. Carl Wistnip. Treasurer: I be on hand. I ton was Unice Summers with 34 will end the initial request period Griffin will discuss the program et nx) I livtan.-e of =::; feet to its point of

lar.d. and to fill-a unex- i The K-L-M Home Demonstration markers. This gives the Melrose for priority consideration. We urge with you thoroughly.This A strip of land fifty feet In width exit in the west line of the SWU
one-year Herbert Whitehead. of Section :3.: Township 3 South,
pired term. Don Pangborn. Wil- I Club will meet on Wednesday lassies eight victories out of nine you to come in and talk to Mrs. special Bangs clean-up extending:35 feet southeastely 13; feet northwesterly from the and following -' Hanire :22 Ka!"t.ISHnjj .
The ladies of the Altar Guild
I .1 Jan. 21 at the Clay Electric. games and leaves them undefeated Sapp. our county office managerin program has already been completed flex-ribed survey line and land.ownrd hy Nelson B.Hlocker. .
liam FPW Mrs. W. J. Grolick and .
met at Mrs. J. D. Henderson'shome and Oara II. Itlocker his
of the \ers5ns! Ix-ts II and 12 of Wnod-
chaige to
The demonstration will be on in the Conference. Their single program or in 26 counties. Sixty-seven wifp >
0 l
: ;
>\ -ST. Jarksonviildfleah.
Mrs. S. E. Kennedy were elected on Monday afternoon JanPAUL'S .. lawn Subdivision. Said lots being
Interior Decoration, and the defeat came from Baldwin a non- Mrs Watterscn before January 23. counties is the goal. the i': of thr NE'4 of N\V i of Florida and Identified as line

neeting will start at 10 a. m. conference game. The principle practices includeSt. White Pigs Galore "-ei'tion 17, Township 5 $..uth. Range list TAKE;Xi: .NOTH'B!3 W\I, that 104 a Declaration
:22: .:alt. Pradford Florida
PersonalsMrs. Friday: night will send the The County. ..f Takinc has been filed hy thr..tition..r
expression White
more particularly described" as follows -
SUNDRIESt O. M. Kaye of Labanon.I teams to Bell for a conference Edward's Catholic Church a little more real than t<> wit: the taking in the of above the above styled' desrnft-"' ausefor

Ky.visited Mr. and Mrs. FankM. 'game. Tuesday night they once Starke, Florida usual this I'eginning at a point in the south ed lands for rights: of way and ease
with the Marvin .
year ',
line .f the 4 of the XI-; of thtXW' > for and
ments lines
Walrath, Sr., for three days again will be on their home courtas Sunday Mass at 10 a. m.
Melrose tVhere friends i Rosier family near Lawtey. The of said Section 17. Said that the ("ourtilJ.. on the 2Mb!
last week. Mr Kaye is Mrs. Wal- they take on Newberry. Holyday Masses at 8:30: a. m. & New Year's Eve count was 72 point l-ing 475 feet more or less, day of January. .\. I>. 1959,. at IIo'clock

rath's brother and it was the first 5:30: p. in.Weekday. easterly and along said line from am. in its Chambers at
FOUNTAIN TRINITY EPISCOPAL pure-bred Landrace pigs between the southwestorner thereof; and the Bradford County ('on rt house,
RENTAL LIBRARY MAGAZINES tme: the two couples had been Mass at 8:00: a. In. one and three weeks old. That's runnine thence North 23: degrees. at ''ark... Florida consider said
together for about 40 years. CHURCH, MELROSEM. Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 :?::. minutev .:a..t a distance of 534 cIaration of Taking appoint ap.
II. Breyfoele. Minister not all! There should be nearly feet to .1 point; tnelice North $1 de- praisers.! and make such, order as
P. In.
Mrs. E. T. Grills returned to half that many more in the next pr.-'-s. ;.13;: minutev East a distance the Court deems proper pursuant to
Sunday School, 8:45: a. m. Baptisms marriages and InStructions of 372 feet to its of exit in law
her home in Norwalk Ohio on point
I %WELL DR iLLiNG; Pumps Service Monday after spending the holidays 11 :15. Episcopal Young People, by appointment. few weeks. the north line of the S1 4 of the .,'.r.. r.\r-nF, TNTKKKSTKP: i.\:
Sermon In expanding: his pure-bred hog XIof the NW (,f Section 17, Tin \ I. 11111.c'IIIan: I-AMHJ::
with her daughter and son- Morning Prayer and T..nshi1. S Pouth. Han Re 23 Kast.Iejni may wpptmnn<1 be heard at *nCtime
7:30 Communion each UEILWIONTV l'tI .. program Marvin counts heavilyon and place hereinatiore designated -
p. m. Hcly /OARYB.1..IS1' ; lands' owned ty Herbert S.
TERMS in-law. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Sprowon
first Sunday. CHURCH such thing as selection of superior \ Tmin and Murlar Lee Norman hiswife.
WITNESS hand and seal nt
Brooklyn Bay.R. my
Route No. 1. Hox 80, l-iwtey
Sunday Schocr ia a. m. Morn- breeding stock good feed- said (Court thi",. Ilth day of Jan
A. Gaunt's sister. Mrs. J. H. 'I'.rn1.< and i identifie as line listN
Prompt Service Free Estimates Morris of St. Petersburg. is visit- : vvvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyVY' Ing Worship, 11 a m. Evening ing program, regular vaccination .. .'" Hn.99.) uary. .\ P.SKI.CIIAKLKS ISaS.tcortrr .>.
I r.M:<'KI. NO. :3 (1>. r. Uedding.et .
.4 Worship 7:30 p. m. Training program. good farrowing and the .\. PA HUT
I !ma the Gaunts until this weekend IIX'
Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. Mid :I help of his good wife. In fact if A strip of land fifty feet In widthxtend.ntc Clerk of the Cirrntt Court
On the weekend Mr. and EVERGREENBy .I Prjidford County Florida.
RALPH E. K9ATHEWS' 'I I week Prayer Meeting, Wednes- he gets a little slow and careless I 15 ft. northerly" and :35 ny (s) Marian I.. Crosby.
trJ.. L. Gaunt will arrive to
: feet southerly from the following de-
Stanley Crawford.AAAAA.&A. day 7:30 pin.mWAT. she :ndvances some timely in- Deputy Clerk,
'.nl..tI sureline and traversingLots
es-co-t: Mrs. Morris to St. Peters-
structions.: 3 and 4. being the NVi of the ... -. ,-. ,
P. 0 Box ,
Melrose, Fla. I burp. .
Mrs. Alfred Watson's sister and f :. """ ,::"" : : ..",,,,l-:.: I
PHONE GR 5-5101 Clyde and Sybil Griffis and ASSEMBLY OF GOD t_: f. ,... _.ff. _w _.JL4J__: __ .__
; husband, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Mrs. J. E. Norman and son visited G. 91. Osborae, Pastor
Charles of Miami will be here
Clyde's mother Friday in Jacksonville Sunday School, 10 .. m. Morn-
for the wedding of Jane Webb
Ing Worship, 11 a. In. Evangelistic country.
In town
That Our Business and Huntly Redfearn, Jr. which or .
We arq sorry to report that Mrs. Service, 7:45 p. m. Thursday
LuIww will be held at the Trinity Epis-
If It's Glass We Have HI! Levy Griffis is in Ed. Frazier weekly prayer service. Invita-
copal Church in Melrose Jan.
4 Hospital at Macclenny for tion extended to everyone.
/ 01 17 at 8 p. m. I THE BIGGEST BARGAININ

Mrs. Ann James' son, CopelandS. her.Art I
Haggin attended a hogkilling HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
Joe Peters James arrived from ElPaso.
Glass Co.
at the home of J. S. Sapp Jr. Premillennial Fundamental I
Texas to spend a week with his
Eugene and Geraldine McDonaldand Missionary. Seven miles south of YOUR BUDGET !
mother the holidays. He
1 KK ANY GLASS NEEDS family, with Gory Walker of Starke on Hwy. 100. Merle Pack-
S has left for Long Beach, Calif.
Design Modern Store Fronts I" Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. ham, pastor.
Another William S. James.
Just Mail Us A Pattern for son. Clyde Griffis Saturday and Sun- Sunday School 10 a. m., Wor- ...

will be here the end of January ', .,. .. ,
11 : i
I ship a. m., Training Union, 7 I' 'J 5 _
Table lops with his wife and two daughters I day.We have :Mrs. 8 "' i... iZi'1' ,..:.--, ,, : :T.jj'" 1"
were happy to p. m.. Evening Worship p. m. :; :;;'t.., ", '''
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 Judith and Susan. Their home is
't Roy Griffis of Lawtey in church Wednesday Prayer meeting .'
s.J ,
in Greensboro. N. C. They will
I Sunday. 7:30 p. m.Everyone. I
stay a week aria then leave for
Miss Yvonne Gaskins of Jack- welcome.
; lake Wales for a visit with Mrs.
FACTORY sonville spent the weekend with I

PRICESTRY James' parents. her parents.: You could look the wide world over
Mrs. John Stuhre of Roslindale 1E. 1--

ANY PAINT I MAKE AND I'LL GIVE Mass. will arrive by train Friday The Stanley Crawfords visited .... and never find a cheaper, more
the J. L. Crawfords of Starke .
YOU A GALLON OR QUART WITH EACH morning at Waldo. She will be !Sunda7. i capable farm hand than your faithful ,

ONE YOU BUYFREE staying indefinitely with her par- t Gordon Griffis is home from ATTENTION! Kilowatt! $
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harveyat electric servant Reddy
the hospital. J. E. Norman and .

the White Feather Court. W. H. Morgan visited him Sunday With tireless speed and energy, .
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lambert -

I and children spent the New Year afterncon and held prayer. HELP WANTED Eddy works around the dock .
The Clyde Griffis family and
weekend with their grandparents.Mr. more than 300 jobs on
the J. E. Norman family and can perform
and Mrs. Charles Wallenius.
also J. E. Rosier, Jr. enjoyed an : "wired 4harid"
the modern farm. Only a
On thi last day of their viist. the H
,I cyster supper Friday night at the WOMENAges I
weather improved. and Robert such .
home of Clyde Griffis. can provide high

Prices start at $2 per qt. ; $5.98 per gal. caught for home two Perch.early The Monday Lamberts'left morning -!I 'Rev. J. E. Norman and Stanley productivity, at so little cost!

Crawford visited Granny Prevatt :
Jan. 5.COMMUNITY. Sunda/ evening and held : 1835 ONLY


KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley and Machine
335 N. Temple Starke Fla. Ph. Sewing
;, Dr. James D: Pall Organist family spent Sunday with the J.

STARKE FLORIDA. Choir Director. C. Priugle family of Satsuma Operators
-.. ,. ... -
u ..- Ld'' ii .-. --I Services: Church School 9:4:>> they also brought Mrs. Daisy

a-m. Morning Worship 11 ajn. Pringle. who had spent the week i -r<.<..I-J
ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL there home. On-The-Job Training 0Q -

II. Breyforfr, Minister son, Bll: and Betty Gaskins of

:Morning Prayer and Sermon, Jacksonville visited the Earl Star- PAID VACATION

-;"" Pruning Cavity Work I 9:30 a. m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. ling family of Lakeland and Mr. :rf'41t4 .. .
and Mrs. Curtis Colding of Lithia
each first Sun- -

Bracing Tree Removal I Holy day. Parish Communion Supper each third Saturday and Sunday.Mr. Hospital and Medical ?; _, 411 iA P.S. Reddy. stands ever-ready

T and Mrs. Ronnie McClellan Policy BenefitsAPPL1CATIONS
De-Mossing Wednesday, 6:30 p. m. I U 'l to serve you indoon: too, with
: Transplanting of Starke visited Mr. and Mrs.

; KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FLA Leslie McClellan last week .- I EiN-: I plenty of cheap, dependable
Free Inspection and Estimates FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH t
I Britt Rosier visited his son, Rudolph % service
electric to
J. R. Smith, pastor. Ralpn I 1 I : lighten
of Palatka last week.
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Copeland Minister of Music and I Everyone will be glad to know I I. DAILY 1 P.M. 4 P.M. I -J. : household chores to provide

TREE SURGEONSPETE church organist.Services ... that the ladies of the church are
$SAPP'S leisure for
: Sunday School, 9:451 i Apply In Person more happier
going to organize a Woman's Missionary -
a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. \ Florida living.
Society. ,
SAPP OwnerP. Training Union. 6:45 p. m. Even-.I !!
Waldo Pringle of Anburndale i
ing services 7:30: p. m. Co : :
spent Wednesday night with Mr. .Big.Dad Mfg. :

0. Bo' 771 Phone EA 5-4887 Palatka, Fla. St. WJHam's Catholic ChapelKeystone and Mrs. Otis Brewer and family. ,

AGENTS Heights Mr. and Mrs. James Rosier Incorporated -., h.iP'ai.- ; Lire Better. .. Farm Better Electrically!

Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m. visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier .. .: -

Phone FK (6-266'| Phone MA 9-3617 Holy clay Mass at 7:00 a. m. last wrek. They found Mrs. Rosier
-.UI E. Brownlee St.
(;aine. vi1I.. Ha. Ocala, Fla. Tuesday Mass at 8:00: a. m. much imnroved. t I-

Confessions before all Masses. Mrs. Earl Moses of Lawtey Starke. Flu.F LIGHT
Phone 1651 Lake City Fla. FLORIDA POWER & COMPANY'AGE
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I! Baptisms, marriaies and Instructions visited Mrs. Geneva Gaskins Sunday .

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Methodist Church EVItUaEthBAPTIST (, RJE. All members of Post 314 and i fellows: Nettie Aaron. CharityWiUiamsABrpolrer this group and has done wonderful |I holidaysbut has returned to Hot

; CHURCH Auxiliary members are expectedto : Idella McCas- job. If you need their services : Sound. We have received greetings .
... Sunday Church School for Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach attend. Other unit in. the 'I slin Sammie McCasslin of Ala- during January be sure to call on i, from Sgt. Carl Royal who za

all ages 9:45 a. m. Morning Wor- ing 11 a. m. Training Union_.6:30: Fourth Division have been invited chua; Altamese Johnson. lola them. .I II I now stationed in colorful Color-

CHURCH NEWS ship, 11 a. m. There is a nursery p. m. Preaching 7:3(? p. m. Prayei by the President of the Fourth Littles, Starke; Ida Griffin, Ed Rev. Roosevelt Den Jr. and ado. Maybell Dell., reporter.
and a Junior Church during our Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Division. Mrs. Pauline Marshall. die Thompkins, Leola Wilson. Os- family viiited relatives and friends I Basketball Game Friday Night

F corning service. MYF 6 p. m. Mrs. L. M. Royal is president of car Dell, Katie Bell Little Hazel during the holidays. He is pastor- EJE Tigers and TigerttUs -will

( Evening Worship. 7:30. HIGHLAND local Unit 314.. Tyson and Vera Coleman. Mar- ing and attending school in Atlanta play Middleton High School of

u Monday Men's Club Supperat BAPTIST CHURCH Church News. I g\ielite.Abert. A. 0. Jenkins. The Ga. V Crescent City. starting at 8 p.

7 p. m. in Fellowship Hall. Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Allen Chapel AME Church money tellers will be Frank ,Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cummings m. The general public is invited

St.Mark's. Episcopal At The TabernacJe Tuesday: Prayer Group spon- Morning Worship, 11 a m. and Allen Chapel'. M. E. Church Oscar.Den,and Eddie Thompkins. of West Palm Beach visited relatives -i I to attend this game which expects

sored 9:30 Gen- 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Rev. L. A. Sampson will Prof. A. O, Jenkins is the build-
by WSCS a. m. pastor and friends during the holi to be thrilling from start to finish.
Ber. Raymond MacBlaIn Dr. D. L. Luttrell, former pastorof eral meeting of the WSCS for Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Rev. hold regular pastorial day starting ing contractor and we hope to be

''Sunday Services 9:45: the Calvary Baptist Church, George Ciism pastor. Everybody able at this to days.Mrs. RJE defeated Crescent City last
//1 a.m. January at 10 a. m. with Sunday School at 10 a. m. I program providethe
Church School 11:00: a.m. Morn- Bradenton and founder of Cal- welcome. Ethel Singleton visited week 30 to 16. E. R. Shell and
; I Wednesday Story Hour for Supt. Irene Thomas in charge, 11 money necessary to completethis
and Sermon. !; Baptist Mission Vieques relatives and mends danng the Inez Batler. 'Coaches.
lnt Prayer ary primary age group 3:30 p. m. a. m. and 6.p. m. worship.The new church.A .

Holy Communion- Sunday -!I, Puerto Rico will speak at the Prayer Meeting and Bible Studyin LAWTEY CHURCH OF CHRIST Missionary Society of the wonderful program has been D Tnt; CIBCrlT Cl'RT, IN AND FOR BRADFORD ('or*TV. FLOR.
I 11:00 a.m. Third Sunday|i Gospel Tabernacle: Sunday mom- (presently meeting in City Hall) Lake I ID\.
; i Fellowship Hall 7:15. Chancel City District sponsoring. planned which will include the
Sunday-Bible study, 10 a.V mn AT LAW O.
I 7:30a.m. ing. Choir rehearsal, 8 p. m. a Musical Extravganza on Fourth:I following: Selections by Mt. Zion iToi's'ro TEXAS G.A D OIL. 1 .

I Wednesday-7:00 pm.. Chor: : Dr. and Mrs. Luttrell just returned -I, We invite you to worship with worship, 11 a. in.EveningYoung. Bible Sunday at 2:30 p. m. District Choir of Lawtey. Reading Mrs. COnrOKATIOX Petitioner a corporation >jVII. V V V

t Practice 7:45: p.m., Litany and home from a missionary : us at ach of our services. people's President E. J. Givens Is askingall Cassle Dell; Solo Dorothy Wil- V | OF AMKMJRTlOTICE CODE'IEvVTIO

'I Bible Study.FAITI i trip to Puerto Rico where their I study, 7; preaching 7:30. 7:30 mission workers of the district liams; Selections by Antioch Bap- L. L. LEACH et alDefendant!*. )iIX
I Wednesday-Bible study
on carries on a missionary work I CHURCH OF ..JESUS'CIlRIST I : and county to participate in this tist, Chpir; Inspirational Address THR XAMB OF AXD IfT THB AUTHORITY OF THE STATK or

I BAPTIST CHURCH ever Radio Station WIW. It will LATTER DAY SAINTS p.Radio m. programStation prograra.! Prof. E. R. Shell, other music TO WHOM PIARIDA! IT:sTAY COXCKR.N.! and: V V V

; LawteyA. be remembered that Rev. and Services each Sunday in old m. A Day In Hawaii and speaking. You can't afford to
WRGR, Mcuday, 6:30 a. Parcel
E. Massy. Pastor Mrs. Morris M. Brackman left Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun- On Wednsday the first grade-B, miss this wonderful program and Owner F.r..e .. F..ti..t"

T:' 'e -hool. 10 a. m. here last April to work in this day School 10 a. m. Sacrament KINGSLEY LAKE REVIVALAND taught by Mrs. B. J. Lennon. pre-; a chance to.help us complete the 1 Annie talae
Leach Albert P.
l'r.->ching, 11 a. m. missionary movement on the Vie- Service ':30 p. m. Everyone wel CHURCH SURVEY sented a program centered around building program for our church. Leon L. Leach all of RFD Leach Dur 4: None ':1$ ouIZ7S

Evonin? Service, 7:30 p m. ques Island. come. Hawaii. Marguerite Hall man* Mary Helen White. reporter.Mt. ham wife aiissonrl Laura E.; Otis Leach.E. Leach &

Bible Study and Prayer Meet Friends of the Brackmans are : The Kingsley Lake Baptist ager of the Local Finance Corn- Moriah Methodist ChurchMt. FlaBlanch- L. Carpenter tJtarre.and

ing, 7:30: pm.. Wednesday. especially invited to hear Dr. Lut- PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Church plans a Weekend Stew- Junior Church meeting each Moriah Methodist Church. husband 1K004 Market Raymond SU, Hannibal Carpenter MR-

Iladio program, 8 to 8:30 a. trell. CHURCH ardship Revival with services Tuesday at 5 p. m. May Lois, Rev. H. J. Blunt pastor will hold noun ; tc Ruby 1+. Hurst and hus

I Sunday School 10 a. m.; Morn starting Friday, Jan. 16, at 7:30p. president. regular services starting with Maywood band. Clarence Hurst RKU
m. each S'inday over station Missouri; & Ernest W.
I First Christian Church ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic m. and continuing through During the Christmas holidaysthe Sunday School at 10 a. m. Bro. Lea.'h and Wife. )Margaret Leach.

I WHGR, ;;;ake, services 7:30 p. m. Saturday and Sunday. Rev. Marvin American Legion Post .and Robert Dell in charge. Love Feastat of aytona L. L. Leach Beach deceased P'fa.| sole heirs V V
Morning worship 11 a.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting V. Stedham, Regional Mis- Auxiliary, with the managementof 11 a. m. Communion at 7 p. m.

Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pastor 7:30 p. m ary, will be the evangelist. the Reno Theater sponsored a ;, we are asking all members and 2 pan Franklin a corporation.Lumber Basket ComNne 09

BIBLE VERSE I Sunday School 10 a.m. The church will conduct a Christmas Party for all the children (friends to attend.V Micanopy, Florida V V .

Youth Churcn, 7 p.m. AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH Church Community Survey dur- in the community. Thanksto f Mr. and Mrs C. J. Brown an- t W. Hogan Smith and Koiine

Wednesday Prayer Meeting, Sunday School 9:45 a. m.; Morning ing the week of Jan. 18. All per- those who helped] make it a 'I nounces the marriage of their Smith his wife. w. Assurance(1)' The Eqnltable Society of Life U... 57IV0,
7:30 p.m. Worship 11 a. m. Training sons living in the Kingsley Lake success which included: MesdamesL. daughter Mercedes to Private. :Starke Florida M., zs 3 7th Ave. Newci

Adult Choir practice, 6:45: p.m. Union 6:45: p. m. Evening Worship community are asked to extend M. Royal A. Chandler. Ethel Rudolph Coleman, recently. .Private dated York N.- -r'Y..; -mortgage recorded -

Wednesday. 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer courtesy to the workers when Singleton, and Irene Thomas, Coleman is in the US Army in Book 36. r'. U1.

Ladies Council, 1st and 3rd Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. they call at homes in connectionwith William Holland. Mrs. E. J. Giv end the son of Mary E. Coleman $1 Jto''urln 1$0.000.' rewnMntS of" S

i5TOV \ nC? Tuesday nights.Everybody Everyone welcome. the church Survey. ens-is manager-owner of the Reno who is a long time, worker for Dr. (: ) V Equitable Ufa. As-.
welcome to each Theater. ur. Soc. of O. ii.. same
Ritch. Vera Coleman
Jit. Pisgah, AME ChurchMt. Pleasant GroT? Methodist Church .5-7.68. recorded in

KINGSUSF LAKE NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Plsgah A. M. E. Church Pleasant Grove Methodist Book repayment 3;. P. 2 U.,of wearing Jlii.--

Rev. S..W. Richardson pastor will Church Rev. H J. Blunt pastor 000. ":I;
I .Tiereiorc take unto you the MISSIONARY BAPTIST CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY told regular CJ) Ray 1lltr. nc.. P. V O_
services Sunday
on has started the New year off in I Pox i%, Fernandlna
It whole armour of God, that ye f Sunday School 9:45>> ajn. Morn- .
withstand in the with Supt. Anna Wright in a wonderful Good services I Beach Florida.' air !
be able to way.
may Ing ?72rshlp 11 a.m. Evening By Ozora J. Shell right, title or .laterwr 1
evil day, and having done all, to Service 7:30 pan. Prayer Meetinf char Morning and evening messages were held on. the first Sunday i iStarting' under (1-year leas 'W

t stand. EPHESIANS 6:13: AAAAAAAAAAAAAALAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAALAALAA&Thurston will H_ be__ rll__>!_1fvp"._& ""_ hv_... th.wu'"' with Church School at dated 1Z-21-52:! record- or
I each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone .. ed.Iu .Usc Book Zt"
F ; .
pastor. A "
: special Building Fund :45nth Supt. Leo P Sue in p33. V :t
welcome.-ttev. H. H. Mott, School News March of Dimes
Rally will be held on the Fourth
pastor. In the interest of keeping the The kick-off for the March of charge. Morning: worship is held C Foster Slit Smith and Mary Anne RAyon 1M', Jnc. "p. 0.)1,111.01
Sunday School 9:45 AM. Sunday at 3:30 at which time at 11 a. m. Evening worship at 7 FmHh his wife Box 7ZS Fernandina
I holiday spirit we are deeply Dimes was held at RJE last Wed- Starke, Florida Beaeh
Building Fund Chairman Mar- p. m. each first and third Sunday. Florida. any'right

Morning Worship 11 A.M. NEW RIVERBAPTIST grateful for the responses given nesday with a series of pictureson guerite Albert hopes to be able to The Spiritual Echoes are really tinder, a title Jt'a-e or loleren dated!

CHURCH the school: by the community gro- Polio that were brought to the ccmplete plans for New Mount, their 12-11-51. recorded la
on and will leave
Training Union 6:15; PJVI. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor. cers. Large quantities of canned school by the County Chairman Pifegah way up Misc. Book 20. P. 757. '
Building. The ,
captainsand for tour in
ship Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Servo other sent Mrs. Edward Dinkins. "Look AtMe" a February. 6 P D. Reddish and Ruth
goods and staples were Reddisn. Non.
Evening Woshrip 7:30 P.M. the collection-takers are ai;. Clarence DeSue is working withIN Itiv.ot'"
hi wife V
I"'x, 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting can to us and provided enough gro- and "The Challenge, Supervisor P.*O. IJox 325:

PRAYER MEETING I Wednesday 7:30: p.m. ceries to fill four large boxes for Shell presented the visitors Tin CIRCtIT: COURT, IX AXD FOR BRADFORD rot'XT1'LOR- 207 Broadway _. ,
111 A. V _
and the local chairman Mrs. L. Starke Florida V 1!"> .a
( Wednesday 7:30 PJL needy families in the community.We AT LAW Ml.HorSTOX .

appreciate the donations, M. Royal: who gave inspiring remarks TEXAS GAS AND OIL I I Benjamin Snslow and Anna usNone v fll.MZ50.
CHT7RCH OF GOD low hip wife
large and small. The boxes were and made a serious appealto CORPORATION: a corporation P. O. Box 1003

Madison Street Sunday School 10 a m. Morn. delivered to the following homes all pupils to worry their parents Petitioner. j AMFADROMADELINE Starke. Florida; and
Ing Worship 11 a. m. Sunday could ) %TICK: F TAK" 2!I5 Fort Washington Ave.
until they gave all they EDWARDS
and Mother et Tlr
by teachers pupils: > ..
New York 3Z, N. T. V )"
Baptist Church Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPE I Victoria Mack and family, Mrs. during this Polio Drive. She cau- etaL, Defendants. ) 1 "

Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. m Lizzie Wilson and family. Rev. tioned the children to get vacci- ) 7 PostAl Shi Smith and Mary Anne None | .
((900 Block 'V. Madison St. Prayer Meeting Friday 7:45 m IX rii AME AND BY TtK' AUThORITY Smith his wife fft
p. and Mrs. King Chandler, Mr. and nations and the Polio shots to FLORIDA: OK THE STATe': OK Starke Florida V ,

LA"I1'YSunday Mrs. Richard Sanders and fam prevent attacks. Mrs. A. Chandlerwas I TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN, And V V
and to tit persons or parties havingor Parcel 4
J. H. Jr. School, 10 a. m. Morning the teacher: in charge of the claiming any right. title, interest StiI SmIth &a4
Mabry, Pastor ily. Each group expressed deep Pant. ) .O" I' Bt'1I1DlIraaCOf' 1fa1 Anne Smith. .
Worship 11 a. m. YPE Servo and expressed sincere F..tllR.t estate, mortgage or older lien to et
to God and for program V
appreciation -
you V 1VaI., and in those certain parcels of land A strip of land
ice 7:30 fifty feet
Saturday. p. m. the gifts of love and charity. We thanks to all persons who helped I Madeline Edwards and spouse. if Nonemarried ?27 .:lO situate in Bradford County Florida extending is feet northerly In and$5 wit
make the a success. .t togetner wltn flt southerly from the
hcpe to be able to spread even following
all unknown JM'rl'on's claiming by. described
HaiRht Stm-t line
greater cheer during this year at Supervising Principal Eddie San Francisco< CaliforniaLawley through and under known persons the SEg survey See. t.75.traveralaC
FIRST BAPTIST Church StarkeRev. Thanksgiving Christmastime. Thompkins has been busy during V who are dead and who are not the S% of the swx 0 See. 10; T t
-- and :! Cecil 'taforl' known to be dead or alive.WHFRJ.A S. R !Eand the N
Sone % of
I During the close of the year the week assisting Chairman L. Rt.i.Boij4. U O."O : !'. HOI'STON! TEXAN P 7 R.21 E, Bradford S U:
Royal in setting the coin cards, I V GAS AND OIL CORPOKATJO.-V. a Florida more
Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Mr_.__. Lewis.__ ___. Field_ ____ n Agent____ for_ __ the_u M. Florida ..:. ,,.' w., r: corporation. has flied Its Petition in as foIIow, towit l'srflcVlatly: tesCrlbe
I cans and other dispensers into 3 J. S. Sapp Jr. eminent domain proceedings In the Beginning at a point
showed In
Florida Forest Services. Mo4tgage payable to: |UO.OO the east
Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town the schools and communities of Rt. ;1. Pox J5 t nil' Florida Bank at above entitled Court against the hue of the N4 of said St I .
\two movies on Forest Conservation Lawtey Florida V < persons whose names and places ol point being 1330 feet sle
Bradford We know, with Starke. Starke florid*. Bonta.rly aG
County. residence are hereinabove set forth along
Phones: Office WO 4-6801 Pastorium WO 9-2301 and gave us some interesting have and the date It.23-41, recordedIn being the defendant in eocn cause, corner.said tine: frm' the nOrheat
leadership we thf'nl
the Book 13, page 54%. rnnlf
the Bear. N 76
literature on "Smokey and wherein the said Petitioner degrips 'el
wonderful assistance of all school securing; repayment of seeks to condemn an estate In the of mlDutel a tUa
his lecture he explainedthe 1300.00. taJt !14 to its point of
SUNDAY SERMONS: 11:00 A.M.: 7:30 P.M. During personnel and parents this will 1 following described! property as Is exit In the line of the
importance of being sure that 4 James! r.. Wa1J1Wrlght ': set forth in the Petition filed la 8cr9.. T 1 s R 21 E. t Of
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Trainin gUnion 6:45 P.M. every spark of fire is out before be the greatest drive In the history !I P. O. R/x 241 V Mortis Land Bank parable Commission to: Jl.000.00 said canoe, so that the same maybe Being land owned by Foster 8bl
Foundation V used for right of way purposes Smith and
of the National ::O Sorl" Clark Mar Anne smith nis
leaving a camp fire or beforethrowing Iark... jo'iorida -M-Iruw unknown and all incidents thereof for tne wife. Marke, and Josie
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. For Infantile Paralysis. : d. ted u.z3.. recordedin location and construction! of natural, widow.' I
out a cigarette. Mr. Lewis Hook 10. page 238, transmission pipelines to-wit: V mil. Slarke FlorMa, -
the pas
will return in the spring with pany gave a Travelogue to s.euing repayment ot Parcel 1 (Annie Leach &: other RRA Inl If'ntifled- List \o. f

A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU other pictures in the interest of student body which was very I 1. OO.OO heirs of L. L. Leach.V deceasedaforenamed Parcel I''P.V D. Reddish and Ruth

AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH Florida Forest Service. colorful and unique in that she and to aH persons or partie haying to its point of exit In the Ea t line A strip of land) fifty feet In width A Reddish strip of land his! .re feet
: was dressed in a native costume or claiming any Tight. title interest 11 of the K'i of SWH of the XW>4 ofSection extending 15 feet northerly: and ;35 15 In width
extending feet
Regular PTA meeting will be which fascinated the youngstersand estate, mortgage or other lien to and 11, Township 5 South. Range feet southerly from the following feet southerly from northerly the and 35
held on Monday Jan. 19 starting in thone certain parrels ot land sit 2! East re-entering the subject property described survey line and traversing described following
accentuated the emphasis of uatein Bradford County. Florida, at a point in the sooth! line the StYli of the K\V%" Of SC. I. the SJ- J of survey the lioe and traversing
promptly at 7 p. m. We are asking her address. Hawaian music Was hereinafter described. together with of the NE'i of XEU of XWV of Township 7 South. Hangs 21 rat t bl of the 3Wl SP3 4 and or Sec.a Part *f
The perfect tribute to ,f \ that all patrons and friends attend all unkncwn persons claiming by. Section 17, Township 5 Smith. Rang Bradford C'ounty.Florida more par- S S.fW' Bradford. County. Z6.Kior-T
played throughout the program through and under known persons 2-East, said point being 300 feet tirularly described" as follows, to- Ida more
this the first meeting of the p
a cherished memory and the day which provided atmosphere who are dead or who are not more or lee westerly and along raid wit: theWe.t V foi 0"1. t ricularJ7 delcrilpd .
new year. Very important business that known to be dead or alive: line from the southeast corner thereof Urginning at a point In Beginning at a point In the
for island may I east
an of the SW% of theSvt4 .
Parcel Xo. 1 Madeline Edwards) and running' thence North 51 degrees line of the SEU of J
must be transacted. Mrs. S. C. ,. Said ln. the SW 4 of
Every funeral that we conduct 4j4 become the 50th state of the A j-trip of land fifty feet in width 55 minutes East a distance of of said Section feet more or lld Sec. 26, said point being 142
I I Price principal, Mrs. Louiza United States. Thanks for the appearance extending 15 feet northwesterly and 44: feet to its point of exTt In the point lees northerly being1318 along said line feet southerly and along said line
is a source of sustaining Brown President, R. Albert, re- the 33 feet southeasterly from the fol. east line of the NEH of NE'4 of from the southwest corner from the northeast corner tnerf'or
solace and spiritual I was expressed by lowing described survey line and XWU of Section 17. Township 5 thereof: and runn.ng thence S and running thenc S 50 degrees..
inspiration V f porter. principal teacher and supervisor.Laid traversing Lot 22 of \\"oodla'n Subdivision South, Range 22: East 78 degree. 01 minu..s Jo; a 'distance OS minutes W a distance 0(lieS
to the family. RJE School i said lot being the NWH t>f Being land owned by t. 9. !Sapf of IC59 feet to Its point of feet to Us point of exit In wet
J To Rest i-K'i of NW 4 of Section 17. Township Jr.,. Route 1, Box tie La*ley, F1,ri- exit in the East line of the SW line of the :""J-; J4 of the SWi Q
The first meeting of the PTAwas Mother Nancy Louvenia Dru- a South. Range 22 East, Bradford da. and intientified as Line List Xo.SSBRAD97 of the SWofSec.3.T7S, K Ser. 2*. T 5 S. R 21 E.

Hundreds of details are managed and economical held with President Levy cilla Bland was buried in the County Florida more particularly : t 101. 21 E. dish Being and land.Ruth owned by P. D. Red
described as follows to-wit; Parcel Xo. 4 (James R. Wainwright) IUing; lands own.>d by It. I Leach Reddish' his wife.
ly attended to that trained and careful Lonnon presiding. Plans for cooperating Sunday P. O. Box 325 207
only a City V Broadway,
at Sampson
cemetery Beginning a point In the westline A strip of land fifty feet in width and spouse, if any. Route No. 1,
organization can perform when the urgent need with the' school in get- afternoon with Rev. George of the SWJ.4 of SR4' of the extending 15 ft. northwesterly and 35 Box 2 t;5-C. Starke. Florida, and Starke.Line UIt0.Florida. 23 and KllAD-76.Identified .
NWU of paid Section 17, said point ft. southeasterly from the follo 'ingd'I'crib..d identified as Line LIlt0.. 4-BKA1J-
ting a gymnasium was discussedby accompanied Parcel S (Benjamin Suslov
is in He was an4
for serving at hand.DeWITT Lee pastor charge. being 77 feet northerly and along survey line and traversingthe I..
the group. The membership I by Rev. Crum of Abi- said line from the soathwen cornerthereof SK'4 of XEt4 and XEH of SEU'and Parcel 2. Franklin Lumber & A Anna strip Stinlow of land fifty bin wife feet) In
Ethel and running thence NorthSO W of ;XW of SEU and Basket Co., a corporation) wlata
committee of which Mrs. Putnam Hall : 4 4 extending 15 feet
C. JONES line Baptist Church A strip of land fifty feet In width' northerly ;
East distance "

degrees! 08 minutes a XEU of X\V of SEU of Section
made of 4 15 and n feet southerly from the following'described
Is chairman a very extending feet northerly
Rev. Alphonso Jenkins pastor of 45:} to a' point; theme :!6, Township :5 South. Range 21 *
FUNERAL line and
AMBULANCE SERVICE southerly from the following traversing
fine report which included an additiOn churches in'Gainesville and Mel- North 23 degrees 2:* minutes East East i.'radf..rd County. Florida feet lurv.of ,
a portion NW'h of the
PHONES: WO 4-2600 WO 42610We Of thirty new members. rose and former pastor of the deceased a point distance of exit of In tne 300 north feet line to its of more. to-wit particularly: described' as follows f'Jrrlc NH'snrvey of. the NE1; the. SW NEU of the 8WI; SE% of SWI.thO thaNWH >

> furnish the highest type sen-ice at lowest prices, and accept Sunday Jan. vice-president 1 Rev. J. P. Franklin local] the -WI4- of SE'i of the :XWU of Beginning at a ptiint in the south o the see.XEV.and?,. T C 8,XW R IS 4 of K. the Bradford SE!< 15. T 7 and S. R SWU 22 K. Bradford W1 County of see.

ANY life insurance policy in force, issued by ANT company, M Clarence DeSue attended the i minister and others. Glowing tri Section 17., Township 5 South, Range line of the W 4 ofw'.. of theSE County. Florida more particularly Florida more particularly describe
n East. of said Section r 5. said point described as follows : as follows, to-wit:
payment in part or in full on funeral senices. Consultation Fifth Annual District FDA meeting I bute was paid by Mrs. L. M. Royal Being lands owned by Madeline being 540 feet more or less westerly at a towi the Wline Beginning at a point In the west

i catrtes in Gainesville at Lincoln'High to Mother Bland as a neighbor: Edwards aad spouse tf married, 70CHaight and along said line from the glnnllr'SE1 4 of said Sec. 26. line of the above described proper
no obligation. and Str ..t. San Francisco, California southeast corner thereof; and run- said point feeing,12S2 ft. Southerly ty situate In Sc IV, said point being
School. Mrs. Cato is the District solos by Sisters Loufca Brown and identified BI5 Line List ning th..nce North 50 l degrees 06 and hio.ngVsid line from the norThwest 1(2 feet northerly along said

President. Other Starve persons and Gertrude Carter. Guests participants No. 23-BRAD- minutes East: a distance. ..f 7 110 feet .crn..1. thereof; and runnigUlnc west line from the southwest corner -
Mrs! Wil- included:: Parcel No. 2 (Cecil Crawford) to its point of exit in the east line, ; degrees. minute thereof; and running thenc
attending were Mr. and the choir 1
on A strip of land fifty feet in width of the \V'4 of the XWU of tbSEU ; of,1509 to pointof South 63 degrees, 41 minutes K adistance
: LOCAL MANAGER FOR liam Holland and Mrs. Naomi De- Sisters Rand English. Berth I exending li feet' northerly and :33 of Section 2'C.' TownsnTO 5 exit Tn the East line of the SW of 351 feet to Il pint of
; Mar feet southerly from the following South. Range 21 East; reenteringthe nf the KE'4 Sec. 3*. T I 5. K 19 K exit In the South line N'tt
I Sue. The District is held once Carrie Robinson o
Robinson V FranklinT.mber of the SW% of IS. T 7 H
described survey fine and traversing! subject property at a point In Being own4 by s S
each year. The 1960 meeting will ion Dell and Rosa Williams.The Lot 23. 24 and 2$ in Woodlawn I the south line of the NEU Of the! ft B_u Co..a.corporation.Micanopy. 22 E. V
close of grateful I Subdivision. salil lots being. tM of Sertton >C. said Fiona ana ineniuiea a. Being lands owned by fienjamiaSuslow
be heid at RJE.!: At the family is deeply XW 4 of SEt and Anna Suslow hiS wife,
Jim Walter final S\Vt; of the SWIi! of the XWVJ and point being 275 feet. more or lesa. Line List, No. 4-BRD-L
delicious repast was who made the ana ]Pox 1003. Starke and ZJi
Corp."World's the meeting a to aU persons 3 (W 'orlda
X\V J of /PWH:: *>f XWi and Npliof easterly and along said line from pact .W. his wife)5mlU J Fort Washington Ave New TorE
served to the group by faculty Special thanks of NWU of Section 19, th reof and
service a 8WU the southwest corner ; A Ftrij of land fifty feet In 1lGtf :32. N. T. and 1 identified a Line List
members and students of Lincoln to Dr. Felos physician and the Township i South. Range 22 Cast, running then.Irth 10 degree* eatendlag! 15 feet northerly :,;f). 4-BRD-U.
Prfcdford County. Florida. more OR minntf-s' EaM a' distance 2- feet southerly from the followingdescribed 1 Folf@r Slit Smith u4
High. M. B. Wheeler, reporter. nurses of Bradford County Hospital particelArtr described a 5 follow to- 297! feet to the point of exit in the survey line and traversing Vary Anne Smith, his wife)
Largest Home Builders" Anderson Junior High Sch ol for the courteous and effl- wit: east line of the SBU of the NF.4of the NWH and the EH of the 8K'* A strip of land fifty feet In widthextending
the Illness Berirciin at a point In the west Section 2 6. Township a South of S.c. S, T 7 S, R 21 B and the SEU IS feet northerly and 2$
The first basketball gam of cent services during line of tw SWt; of SW% of the Range 21 East. the SW i of S e'. T 7 S, K Z feet southerly from the following
the season was played Monday End demise of Mother Bland. May N\V4" of said Section IS.:**!* polat Being lands owned by James pI o. Bradford Courty Florida ,described survey line and traversingthe
bless all of you. WHIP 400 feet aortherly and along I Wainwright. P. O. Box 341>. 305 particularly described a follows, NE% of the SW% of See 21.
WILL night with Bryant Academy God continue said Ifne from the southwest corner North Clark in Starke. Florida, to.wit: T 7 8 R 2! E. Bradford County,
Yulee. edging the victory from the The Family. I thereof; awl running 'tHenc* North and Identified as Line Lat No. 23- Beginning at t point In the We Florida more particularly describe

girls of Lawtey by 2 points. A The Fiesta Club 50 degrees 16 minutes East a d">- BRAD-7S. line of the NW'4 of said a follows, to-wit ,
be held on V tan<* of ISO'feet 16 a point: thence Take Notice that a Declarationof Mid point being t feet vortberiyand Beginning at a point In the
.EACHTHUISDAYV score of 15-17 was finally tallied. Regular meeting will North tf 4etee H mfftnte East. Taking has been filed by ti@ along said fro the south line of the NE% of the SW!wes

The boys of Lawtey lost by a the fourth Friday night at 'the distance of 1.W1 feet tf)'It!' point of Petitioner In the above styled cause wOst corner theref; an running H said Sec. 21, said point being 14J
and Mrs. Hard exit In eat line of the XE>,4 of SW>4 for the taking of the alXJvw described .deirr***. '! mtnutes E ft finance feet southerly and along said Iin.
greater margin but show promisefor ,home of Mr: or exit in from the northwest corner tneret
of the W'4 of.etion IS. Town lands for rights of way and 344 feet to Its point
bigger and better action as Young. AH members are asked to ship 5 Saatti, Range' 21 Ea \. easements for transmission Uses the south line of the NW4 of e (.f: and running thence S 7* degree-

STARKE RDWARE CO. the season progresses. The next be present. Officers for 1959 will Being lands owned by Cecil Craw and that the Court will. c.. the 2tfc! I. T 7 S, R 21 E; cntl.nll on 27 ttut..a E a distance the of east reef Hn
bearing of xit In
Ethel ford. Route No! 1. Box 54. bawtey. day of Jan ary. A.D.. IS5S!I at 10 the same re-t'nterln to !
this meeting. at a point of the :NEU of the SW of Se game win be with the Trenton elected .at Florida and lientiried ae Line List! o'clock a. m. In lt. Chambers at the the subject property SK '
of the % 1T75.RZZE.
the west line of the EH % i
12:30: P.M. TO 6:00 P.M. Junior High School. watch this Young. reporter. Xo. 2S-BRAD-J1. i Bradford County Courthou at of Sec *. said point being 1(19 feet. I>ing lands owned by Foster bht
Parcel Xo. 3 U. S. Sapp, Jr.) i Starke. Florida. consider said Declaration Anne Smith, hit
for the date. Anderson Carnation Club i mor or I.. northerly. and along Smith and fary
paper Cart A trip ff lam fifty feet In width of Taking appoint appraisers said line from the southwest eorn.rthertf wife, Starke. and identified
S Junior High has not lost the The regular meeting of the 'I _tw>diny l% feet ,northweterly ad and make such order as ; thence South 76 degree ol as Line I4..t Flfda NC. .BP4DX-U. .Tot
championship yet it's too soon ration Social Saving Club.wiD b* 33 feet matbeaiterly from the fl!. the Court d "em proper pursuant to minute East a distance of 1410 ret AND *
For. Appointments Call Rabana lowing deswrloed survey line and law. Its point of exit In the East lln* HEREPF COMMANOfcOito, be anf
( V to know! Principal C. C. Anderson held at the home of Mrs. traversing 'l.ota 2J and 21 In W od- ALL PARTIES INTERESTED IX t the E4 nf the SEH of Section <, appear In and before tt4 said Cir

JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1 141 Collector and Coach C. Johnson are Clark. All old and new members lawn SntKllviHon. *.W lots being the THE ABOVE DESCRIBED LANDS: T 7 S. R 21 E: and continuing on cult Court on the 10th day of Feb
final asked to attend. Two of th* E't-of SVTM of XWU and the XEU may appear and be beard at the the same bearing and tee"rIJgthe mary A.D.. 1J5J. to snow
till optimistic about the are of NEH of NWH of Section 17. time and place hereinabove desig subject property at a point h terest you have in said property and
4-5311 out come of the season. new members are Olecnis Solo Town. brp 5, oitb.' Range fl Bait. nated. V ti i.west line of the SB', of t to show aO'why It should noj
STARKE -- WQ cafetorium is'now Wider mon and Evelyn Johnson. Lett Bradford Co.nty. Florida. more WITNESS my hand and srtl of 8WH Of See 3. T 7 S P. 21 K, Skid be taken uses and purposesset
The new particularly described as follows, to* said Court.. this 14th day of January pint being feet.'more o hrss. forth !a said Petition, o cUf>
construction and is"expected start the year off right by attend wit V A.D. 1959. and along said line from be barred.
V // It's A Quality Home : WITNESS hand snd the
Wffiielraena. west the southwest corner thereof; my lUof
Mrs. \ IB the tlenl
all the meetings. Beainr! at point
of beauty to accommodate ing a
to be B building (COURT SEAL) South 76 degrees. '1 sal It's A Jim Walter Home" more than four hundred Brooks. president. A.' Jen- line SWK of of the eaM EH ftection of SWU 17..Mid of potntbrtnr''lr th* CHARLES A. DARP.T a distance! of 1186 feet to Its pint tut cember A.D. UfL
Clerk 01 the Circuit Court of silt in 4k. East lie of (COURt ,
a will !t.
comfortably and I Jenlins. reporter. feet nwre' vr e55 ortherly -
persons Bradford County. FloridaPy the SW 4 of e 5. T 7 S. I Z j CHARLES A DARBY.
OTHER OFFICES: be ready for use by next term. We! American Legion Auxiliary and along said line from the CSt Marian L. ,Crosby Bradford County FloridaBeing Clerk of Circuit court o
i wil 1 I PLOUth'aPSt' corner theree-f; and run Clerk lands owned by W. Hogan Bradford County Florida
314 Deputy
C.. Saturday Jan. 17.
OCALA GAINESVILLE PALATKA :are pleased with the progress DIng n ene.. Sort Sfl degree tll Smith and Eoline W.. his wte By |js| Marlin L. Crosby. .
V C. Anderson School is making. C hold the annual initiation of nei 7 inmates East a distaac of Iii feet Starke. Florida and Deputy Cleric.

y V V :- Johnson' reporter. members in the cafetorium d Lfe* List No. t-BRAP-li 1$ ..it. __ %-1 n iut

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VYYYYrYYYYCYYTTYYTTTYyVli. Jerry Sporch. Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shuford, had morning worship service.. was planning for the coming Year\ ever the weekend.Mr. BANK HOLIDAY

Mrs. Mattie Carter was in Sa- Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Cannon and the misfortune to fall and cut a Thursday evening Jan. 15, at Book. After which Miss Ross combined and Mrs. Thurman Jones '
The Community State Bank of
LAWTEY vannah this weekend to see her son of Jacksonville spent Saturday gash over his eye and it took six 7:30 p. m. Hampton Church will demonstration and and family and Mr. and Mrs.
Starfce end the Florida Bank at
L daughter Mrs. Annie Ree Meyers. and Sunday with Mrs. Mattie stitches to sew it up. be host for the New River Associ- ment serving as she refre:5h-1 Gordon Jones and Carolyn visited
Starke will not be open for -
Mrs. :Meyers who was in a recent Henderson. John Hatcher, a 'missionary of ation mass meeting with emphasis ladies an attractive and the men's father, R. J. Jones I Robert '
Monday Jan
Un. T. Fetch on
Joyce automobile: accident, hopes to be Mrs. Ruby Raleigh and familyof Baptist Faith Missions Manans. en Sunday School work. Orange! Pudding and gave recipe I who t; a patient in a Gainesville
E. Lee's holiday
birthday legal
..AAAAA AAAAAAA..AAAAAFriends brought to her mother's home ina Savannah spent last week with Brazil;will be the guest speaker at Friday evening women of the t!for same. This recipe will also be I hospital, recently.Mr. a I

few weeks, as she is recovering Perry Davis. Faith Baptist Church on Tuesday WMU will meet at the church I given to her many readers in her I and Mrs. Albert Norman in I II I

of Mrs. Walter Wilkinson ricely. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Raulersonand evening Jan. 20 at 7:30: p. m. The parsonage for their regular I column this week. and family of Mulberry visitedMr. ,
wil to learn that she
regret Mrs. C. E. Strickland of Gain- daughters spent Sunday with pastor Rev. A. E. Massey extendsa monthly meeting at 7:30 p. m.,' The next meeting will be held
ic in Riverside Hospitaland and Mrs. Eddie Norman and
a patient esville was Friday overnight guestof Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harrison and'amily cordial invitation to all to hear with Mrs. W. P. McElroy as host in the home of Mrs. E. L. Cox I I
underwent Monday.We Robert Norman last weekend.Mr.
surgery her sister Miss Elizabeth Terry. in Deland and stopped by this wonderful speaker. ess. The meeting will climax the first Thursday in February at Florida.Ct666

pray that she will have a Mrs. Mary Reddish and Mr. to see the J. C. Pringles on their Wayne Massey,.who is stationedat WMU focus week Jan. 11-16 with 2 p. m. All ladies are urged to I and Mrs. Andure Jones and .
Those visiting
speedy; recovery. end Mrs. L. W. Baldwin of Starke return home.F. Camp Stewart Ga., is spendinga the prayer meeting speaker this come and bring someone interested I family of Donaldsonville. Ga. andMr.
her on Sunday were Mrs. Arlie visited Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy C. Gladieux left Monday for furlough with his parents, Rev. reek also sponsored by the WMU. I in this fine work. and Mrs. Cecil Jones and
and children I
Dobbs. Mrs.Ernest Bill Dobbs Hewitt of Tal- Brown Godwin at the State Farm Norfolk Va. to be re-assigned for and :Mrs. A. E. Massey. Miss Sweeney, who has been doing Mrs. Cornelius Moore. High family of Zellwood visited relatives -
Mrs. Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Reddish duty with the Navy. missionary work in Brazil with School PTA Publicity Chairman here over the weekend.
lahassee, and Mrs. Joyce Futch. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips I I
' i u: visiting th Baldwins this week. Leonard Prevatt is a patient in : the International Child EvangelIsm invites all parents to be present .
Blanchard visited visited son Leslie and family in I
Miss Enza
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hewitt and Bradford County Hospital. His Fellowship is formerly from I i for the interesting meeting Tuesday Men's Clothing 1
her sister. Miss Arthurine Blanch- Callahan on Sunday. Little Earl t
con of Tallahassee were weekend brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Hampton and so of special interest evening. This meeting will beheld II ALVAREZ' STORE II1I1.
ard in Jacksonville Sunday after- came home with them for a visit. Established 1894w
guests of Mrs. Hewitt's parents, and Mrs. Harry Taylor of Middle- to local people. in the High School library !

noon. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. burg visited him on Sunday. Frank Sutton of Jacksonvilleand Another picture of missionarywork at the appointed time. The pro- I
The Fled Moores recent guests and of
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zack of Jacksonville Mr. Mrs. L. Starling II
,. in Brazil will be brought out gram will be presented by the D. / W
and Mrs. Bruce Boyer Pre-
Mrs. Senie
were Mr. Heilbronn visited
son visited Mr. and Mrs. Cecil and Mrs. L. S. Tanner
of Sunday morning, Jan. 18 when C. T. Club Bill Costello Director. C
Jewell Royal Tampa
and Mrs. .
vatt on Sunday.Mrs.
Whitehead and daughters at and daughters spent Sunday fora a1 I
Mr. Hatcher brings the morning. Come and support our PTA
Miss Rachel Boyer of of Jacksonville Ocala.- Kingsley Lake Sunday afternoon. afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. G. Dan Starling Mrs. Thelma message during the worship hour.! better school for our children. This battery carries atc I
David Boyer
and Shuford : The Junior High Basketball L. Sapp at their home on Bayless Harris Mrs. Troy Bennett and He has been serving under the Mrs. R. L. Morgan entered the 1 I

Mr. and Mrs. Joe and I team had a game with Baldwin Highway.The Mrs. Arthur Pearce visited Mrs. Baptist Faith Missions program.I Glendale Hospital in Palatka o1 i

family of St. Augustine spent the Tuesday and with Macclenny Allan Harts and Mrs. Nan- Walter Wilkison in Riverside Hos- Personals Monday of this week and was l 3-YEAR WRITTEN )

weekend with Mrs. John Shuford Thursday. They lost one and won cy Keene had, as Sunday guests pital after her operation Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Faile of Jack- scheduled to undergo surgery J

and Dave. one. We can't win them all boys. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Andersonand The Wilkison's son Burnell of the weekend here t -
sonville spent Tuesday.L. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Reed and Better luck next time. family Mrs. Miller, Mr. and Miami and their daughter, Mrs. }
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Clemons is ill in Bradford
family, and L. G. Wilkerson of Word was received Sunday that Mrs. A. J. Yarborough and fam- Cecil Dobbs of Jacksonville are '
Brannen. Sunday guestsat
Jacksonville were the Leon Wil- Pete Burney. son of Mrs. Everett! ily and Mr. Linner of Jacksonville.I with them too. the Brannens were Miss flor- County Hospital. [o WARRANTY\\ a1r. j
Mrs. Milton Rosier and Keith
kersons guests, Sunday. Mrs. Daisy Sutton of Jackson- ,
Eurney former residents of Law- Gene Griffis who has spent ence Adkins of Waldo and Miss ,
Mr. and Mrs. Melton Clark and(I I tey, and grandson of Mrs. Georgia' ville spent Saturday with the several months with the Army, is Brenda Forsythe of Starke.Mr. Reddish are sick in their homes.

family of Macclenny were Sunday Ann Sapp. passed away at an Air Harry Baxley family. spending sometime with his mo- and Cox and May we remember to pray for p
Mrs. Ray
guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Force Base hospital at Lackland Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Mathis of I her Mrs. Fonso Griffis. and Mrs. Annie Jones of these and for others ill in the

Thomas and family.Mr. Texas, on Saturday. Funeral services Callahan were Sunday guests of Starke family spent Sunday afternoon at community who are on our
will be Mr. and Mrs. Earlie Padgett and yyvyyyyyYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyGRAHAM hearts. -
and Mrs. G. K. Hundleyand conducted at Hardage the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. C.
family spent Sunday in Jack- and Sons Main Street Jacksonville family. Mrs. Ida Padgtt returned Harvey's mother, Mrs. Leona' sw

sonville as guests of Mr. and Mrs. at 2 o'clock on Friday after- home with them for a visit. Cox.Mrs.. M. L. Watterson spent McCarthy and his brotherinlawand r. o
noon. Burial will be in the family Friends of Mrs. Lou Norman sister Mr. and Mrs. John !
several days in Bradenton 1
plot at Kingsley Lake. Our deepesa will regret to lam that she is ill Stillwell and children of Fernan- (
tin. John McKinney through last weekend with the Q
sympathy is extended to Mrs. at her home at this time. Those Donald McMahones, staying with dina Beach visited in our home

Sapp and all the other relatives. visiting her during the weekend W...AA..AA..AAAAA' her grandson. Donnie who has Sunday.
BY WfUS flfCrfftC SfKYICf Mr. and Mrs. Lester I
Mr. were Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Crosbyand
and Mrs. Buster Bennettand been ill with the measles.
and Colen Ratliff and
son and the Darleys had hcltz. the S. C. Mosley family of Mr. Mrs. ____ _Keith_nn Reddish___ __nn visited_ ___ __ relatives -
as son of Cocoa were supper guestsof
ME Jacksonville, and Mrs. Susie Nor- and friends in Jacksonville I
guests during the weekend Mrs. Colen's parents, Wednesday.John fYYYYYYYYYlHEILBRONN YVI .
of Mrs. is /
man Dinsmore. Mosley
Daisy Box and son of Jacksonville Wednesday of last week. \
nursing her mother during her R. Lefevers of Jackson- .
let invite and
vmaivotftELfUCTTttCALUf Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis Again us you /.1
illness. .ville was the guest of his brother .
to and withus
INCLINED/ and daughter of the State Farm, yours come worship I
Mr and Mrs. Marklee Padgettof Tom and family, Sunday.Mr. .
at Heilbronn Church. Inspiring
and Miss Gloria Wilkerson.
1 Lewis Davis and Mr. Clay Hill. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. and Mrs. Ernest Ortages of By Sirs. Harvey McCarthytJAAAAALAAAIAIAAIiII preaching by our Pastor, Rev. Lasts up to 70% longer (
and Mrs. i Padgett and family of Heilbronn Jacksonville were Sunday guests
Otis T. Jones with fine singingof
McCaffrey sonville visited and the family Dave of Jack- had Sunday dinner with the of Mrs. Ortages' mother Mrs. ll l. the songs you love to sing with I I Needs water just 3 times a yearThe

Tanner Theodore Crews family Kate Starling. neighbors and I
Howdy a very Chorister Russell Redding assisted -
family Sunday. Mrs. L. R. Green and Mrs. J. Mrs. Leon Ellington and daughter pleasant January Day to you and! by Jimmie Lee and cute Cities Service dry-chorged "Tri-Fill"Battery combines *

Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. Bunnell and daughters were in Charlotte of Starke were you and especially to you. little Ray Norman with the talen- every major battery improvement to date!

George McCarthy and familyv Middleburg on Sunday afternon guests of Mrs. Ellington's par- Deepest sympathy is extendedto ted Mrs. Lamar Reddish at the Unlike ordinary batteries which can lose power on

\ Mr. and Mrs. Clemmons of < for a visit with Mrs. Effie Mae ents, Mr. and Mrs George Rivers, the family and many friends,. piano. W want and need you at I I I the shelf before you buy them, the Cities Service dry.

Green and daughter. Monday.Mr. cf the beloved Mrs. Dora Clark II any and all services. Don't for charged "Tri-Fill" Battery is absolutely factory-fresh
I Mr. and Mrs. Cedric Rosier who departed this life the latter I
and Mrs. John McKinneywere get mid-week prayer meeting
Termite .. because the power solution isn't added until it's
ControlFOR spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. in Gainesville Monday, he part of last week. Funeral was; every Wednesday evening and I I

r Rudolph Rosier and family in Pa- to attend a lodge meeting and held at Northside Baptist Church I Choir practice on Friday nights. installed in your car!

\ DEPENDABLE latka. both were supper guests of :Mr. Sunday afternoon. May God's I Both of these start at 7:30: p. m. What's more, with its greater liquid reservoir and!

WffCHFORWILUEINJHEAKRUNBYi Household a GomnercW Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Starling and Mrs. W. P. Bennett. precious comforting hand be upon I Guess thats about all may God special insulation, the dry-charged "Tri-Fill" Battery

Pest Control I visited her son Doyle and familyin Bobbie Surrency of Tampa was each bereaved one. i bless each of you always as only needs water only three times a year and lasts up

Miami recently. here over weekend on business. A charming shower honoring: He and He alone can do. Bye to 70% longer thaw old-style batteries,.
Miss Jackie Harley of Jacksonville Mrs. Frank Lamar Reddish, the
Grove Spraying f f Rev. and Mrs. Billy Bryant and tow.. "In normal car.>.. -
I and Pfc. S. Dean Harley who children were dinner guests, Sunday former Miss Barbara Jean Nor 1

ELECTRIC Call FR 6-2661 i ic in the Marines and stationedat of Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Star- man took place in the lovely new! rlyyyyyvvv....... T TT y

> SERVICE the Naval Air Station Jackson- ling. In the afternoon they visited home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris

Florida Peat Control ville were! weekend guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas of Carter Tuesday evening of last RISINGBy

24 HP.COMMERCIAL& HOUSEHOLD and Mrs. H. C. Harley and family.,' Hampton. week. Many out-of-town guests, TRADE ALLOWANCE
FIXTURES and SUPPLIES & Chemical Co. Mr. and Mrs. James Waters and Vincent McKinney Glory and were present for this happy occasion -
J. S. visited and Buford full details Social Sin. Gordon JonesAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI FOR YOUR OLD BATTERY! -
Phone WO 4-4921 Mr. Mrs. Rcsalee; visited Mr. and Mrs. John (for see -
24 N. W. 18th Aver
Higginbotham in Maxville on Moody in Starke, Sunday.We Pagel.
213 E CALL ST STARKE, FLA. iibewe
Ctefneavffle, Floridaiip Sunday.Mr. are sorry to report that Mrs. Mrs. E. L. Cox reports a busi-
I and Mrs. Theopolis Red- Maude Surrency is on the sick ness meeting of the Heilbronn Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and rt

dish and the H. C. Harleys visit- list. We wish her a speedy re- Home Demonstration Club which daughter Carolyn spent last .
ed Mrs. Alie Nolan at Whitehouseon met in the office of Miss Ross in weekend at Cedar Key. '

f l "i{ ::,:.::\ Sunday. Mrs. Nolan the for- covery.Mr. and Mrs. Otto McKinneyand Starke Thursday afternoon of last Mr and Mrs. Herbert Norman SILCOX CITIES SERVICE

1 fL" ". :': :::: When you mer N.ttie Starling lost her hus- children returned to their week. and family of Lady Lake visited I I 705 Temple Avenue Starkc, Fla. ,

: \J.f.ff? I band in a dynamite explosion home in Fort Campbell. Ky. last The main topic of discussion relatives here and in Gainesville 1
# ::::: .::: :?:::::.:.:.:.:; need help, Friday afternoon.
I.t '......:".:."" ......:...:.:...;.:.:.,:.".:.;.:;.:.::.:.:.;.:.:.;..;. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Prevatt and Friday after spending two weeks \
':'..::..".''''"':'::;:::;. we zip there vacation here. His brother Horace 1
&: ..$ '..::' :: : :'::."::. daughter of Jacksonville spent returned with them. I

.1Ni\:: ;;...;;' .cr_'" :::.. fast! Saturday with Mrs. Susie Prevatt. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Vernie Padgett and daughtersand Albert Sparks Sunday were Mr I
Our policyholders know that when they call for help, we John Starling had as Sunday and Mrs. Leo Dyal Mr. and Mrs.

t respond in a hurry ... regardless- of the time of day or visitors Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Davis Horace Cain Mack McDavid, Mr. REPEAT SELLOUT t ,

I kind of weather.;' and family and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Walter Ratliff and ,J

,It's one of our regular services to take'good care of Jimmy Ray and family and son daughter Mrs. L. E, Ratliff and

insurance details for our policyholders. And we do it of Jacksonville.; Robert Cain of Jacksonville. I

1 fast. Call us.f Ned Privett and his nephew E.
C. Privett of Jacksonville spent yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyHAMPTON

Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Nelson OF OUR SENSATIONAL JANUARY.I I

H. C. WALL AGENCY -- Privett and family.Mr. .

and Mrs. O. J. Anders and
t. Billy were Sunday dinner guestsof By Bin. D. E. mn
1 Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins CANNON Famous DAN RIVER
.aet the Hartford Fire Insurrme(,'()t pcy and family in Jacksonville. 1...A..A.A....ALa1lAll/
3J .
Little Danny Shuford, son of Repairs Made To Jail Bath Towels Sheets and

Now To Re-Roof, Paint

After hearing the report that AND$AYE1!
Extra Heavy &&. ..
the Hampton city jail has been Pillow Cases

., ... renovated Hampton city council MAN SIZE Reg. 1.29

\ voted at the regular meeting on AH Sizes and Colors
Tuesday evening last week to re- -
l JI' Muslin! and I Percale
I roof the jail building and paint

.TS--.I <'<":: inside and out. 88 C TRADE AREA: Muslin White

..1. a.J.... The new jail building locatedto t
the back of the postoffice lot Your tremendous response to our
a 1 x i ?; ) has had new plumbing installed JanSheets t 81 X 99
White Sale shows that
end general repairs made. The uary you

S{, M. door used for the city mower genuine values when see them. Since
you 1.65
when it was stored there, has been WashClothsReg. I
closed and made into a window.
our first sale was a Complete Sell Out and
Muslin WhUcPillow
.. The lawn mower is stored now in
at t u, the new fire-hose shed recently 29c many of you have requested a repeat, we j

built behind the city hall.
It was brought to the attentionof have re-stocked our'shelves and are ready to I

I I 11. the council that several dead NOW 18CHEIRLOOM

chickens have been left at the bring you these values again in a repeat of 36c Ea-
city dump. This is a health men- ,
ace, and violators will be prose

cuted. The dump Is to be used

only for general trash, and parti-

cularly not for dead animals of

any kind. Bed "OPERATION RUGS"
New street lights approved in Extra Special!

Why not start savings accounts with us m their November and December by the You Loved This One, So Here It Is Again

council have been installed on Reg. 8.98 With More and Better Rugs!
names now and teach them to make deposits reg. Durden street at Hampton Elementary Luxuriously HeavyBLANKETS

::., ularly? Every good provider must know bow to east section School of town and it in was the reported. south-- 5.88Hobnail Lint; Free Viscose; Rags

The council plans to brighten I j
I salt some of his earnings away for the future! Navarre" St. by increasing the Full Roller Coated Non Skid Back
Reg. 4.98 & 5.98
t wattage of the street
present .
27"z 48" 4'z6'
lights. TWO FOR

Present for the meeting were ( (Reg. 7.88))
Mayor M. L. Watterson. ClerkW. Spreads

H. Maxwell. Marshal Cutchens. ciS8: 5.88 7.00

Council chairman A. C. Dennison
FLORIDA Bank and Councilmen Frank Williams.G. Reg. 4.98 ORI.OS'or Warmthand 'J

P. Wadsworth and D. E. HilL Strength f.
Starke Special Events At Baptist Church LINT FREE VISCOSE ., 21" x 3."
One of 28 Banks in the 2. x 72"
icowounon Hampton Baptist Church hasa ACRILAN' for Warmth
Ilorida National Group full schedule the last of this Twin and Full (Reg. 3.98) Scatter Rugs and Beauty

week, beginning with Miss Norma
Sweeney CEF missionary to Bra- MOTH RESISTANT
,., MIHWH ni>ou wont tNSI/UJIQ 2 39 2.88 1 00
'.' zU as speaker at prayer meeting SOLIDS & STRIPESPAGE
: Wednesday evening. Sunday at
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will speak at the 11 a. m.

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