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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 7, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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been awarded the --contract for .' .

construction of a 100,000: square frY AItE r'q- .tlroute3 to motorists and drivers from the take SR 16 -(east] at Starke, SR

toot metal'warehouse buCding for 1t ...eti ffi flowing, through larger. counties of Florida on\215 to Middleburg, and SR '21 Into -

theFlorida' Development.Commis Lake .but' routing.it around.lAvrtey.rhayerbeen..recommended: -,charges'.violating a nopassingzcnev i JacBsonvtue.Southbound .

..Jvasr sion's Surplus Property pipart-: ; ,to \ traffic would be

', j'+ ir :4xIrrz ment'on'TJ.; S..301 south:of.Starke. American; Automobile! ',Associaltrohiieadquartej5'to 1 Marvin Holloway. president of touted over these same routes in

The' Atlanta firm's bid, waS'U 8- Washington Peninsular said the, AAA would reverse.
000.00. : t by .Peninsular.. 'Motor Club of be- asked to put Lawtey "on the :
Hampton Dunn
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advise northbound
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= teWednesday. traffic to take Highway 16 [west
staked out on the 32acre"site decision to
put Lawtey "on the
1 yor'M.. / 11ieAaetionfgIIQwgd the. design- at Starke to Raiford and from!
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Wednesday &iion::of was reached in a con-
Lawtey;as"a "traffic Raiford travel State 23 to
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G. McMillan, and actuaTconstruction ference with Holloway in Tallahassee
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Ttesrfarby/the motor club Foikston Ga. to connect with U.S. .
i is scheduled to begin as soon after I Monday night after a checKof
months.'of controversy over ,lor U. S. 301. As a second
as the.necessary--fill work Is!com, 'l::: he'nUIhber of ..Lawtey traffic court, records
plet d. Trees and stumps ,have .G o.',H., PierceAwwiated t' in: 'Laictijf ', traffpeases made aifeniative; the AAA will recommend : earlier that day. Dunn said i it took
'f : agaiast J out "of state I that northbound traffic
; already been removed' from .the : I him several hours to obtain access

I4C property. i With .... to' the records. '

s e f. The fUl work will '.toe' a' major A.' 3. Thomas, Jr./ .. 3TABKE. CHAMBER OF C031MEBCE''Maaager, Robert I Mrs. Ethel Reddish Lawtey city
operation in itself, requiring--Ap t plerk, said the town was not try-
proximately '18,000 cubic yards.of In Lawtica.: : ;. aiclnftr( ''_said;" yesterOay that 'Lawtey ,town official would be ing to conceal anything from the

dirt .to .fill. in to a depth of four george H.: 'Pferce, ''who received i S.nt1fed. t .ti1 regular meetlajf of the CO directors at noon MonS i motor club, but that she was busy a
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or' five feet, in order that trucksmay : +: dijIii., order-'to' .,.discos* latest, developments to the -truffletrap" i preparing= : her own records for a
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his 'egree. from.; Council meeting that
load and unload sltnatioh. night and
directly on iu -. Menthe said it was hoped that some solution I
4 > npn, Terin. InIf j thought Dunn should have pickeda
the warehouse .floor.. Much, of the to the probiem.edujd be'found die I
daring
necessary fill\dirt will 'come froma W, t v u.sociated 'with A.! "friendly discussion. time more convenient to the
II rity for his She alsosaid
moat that will be dug' ::along t.I. t r x1 .Irr: y ,at law, inspection.

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site, feet A8sodition )
A graoua .e., )if Pomp tno Beach said 3 fSterday the ltuation at Lawtey, will be on ity from; Mayor C. R. Shuford or

.-, ('. ".<"r, '-:..'' ." .",.... ,. .: wide by four feet deep: The moat High .Schools; Mr.; Pierce; receiVed the 'agenda' "'of-'atf'organization "alien it meete. 'ln '.tarke Tueaiday Hie Council.
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of .'i .- his Bachelor, '? ":f- ce In .Busi << .at. 16 .m. Gamer said
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-, 'I well as drainage: han! link did not know. what ,could be I. Dunn conferred with A. J,
: :;.;'I::Qf, .. .:... '. ,' .... fence will also be used around ness 'Administration.d reein'1956; 'done bat hoped wane. solution could be reached immediately I Thomas Jr., Lawtey city attorney,
'A A r"1 from the University o! Florida.He and after he threatened
tJL7 i. 'to : lR f the property. as business fe already "awful" due to the ,torn up condition of I to obtain
.. '. ., I is veteranrn 'the .Korean .u. S. 301 'rad u'felt aHjourtorder, Mayor Shuford called -
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: J. The building will be 200 by 500 ( the AAA bsci would, ;another IOtagger1
.:,',t .'. ",.:t' r feet tor a total of 100,000) square co fWtand< waa lo rly' associ.at igMow.. 1 I Mrs. Reddish and told her to
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.- :w\th \hlaw.firm.pfScruggs; : itt the club inspect the books, upon -
I : feet. There will also be several
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smaller buildings '
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maintenance shop; 'I' CLUB told The Telegraph -
Zr: Pierce: ;; is.:,.married to the ? yesterday amount received by the city from
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R E. Jones y.by.pa.18
co-rnty oa4. superintendent : : order .couWbe. changed 1m- I' 1
1 former raffle cases in the fourth'quarter
ofCleveland
.oiaayr.Cartwright
K'ACA said put work on the medtotely ,U,,tome agreement Is reached'with officials there.
,: Teniu, ,ahd.tii_ 9 have I was $1.402-50, which he described
filling-fa .operation .would,begin as one,:danghteu.Pstayiui; : 1,TliePietpesrg .. .. .They ald5tbe.0ub pould't bel J"'tome st..with', the, Lawtey I k* "considerably less" than the

soon >asthe., ,,, necessary.equipmentcanbe : : { lly j iielI seda: :Iw Couttdl .[{r ithfer' "grdup: at any time ifl'an':attempt to reach an I J.2,667.50 total for the third quarter -

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\'tttey1.Coq ;li' :-, t her'. : : '-\,- ;;.. f.; .., were 29 arrests with 18 ,warning
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nsfruction; Picture. Is ;Good 'gag_ reflected .I' .t.<<-. 4. -' "-- .:' :; ; 't ", Dwul.sald he-wasold, owever.
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Starke swung Into I960 to thetune add"'.another' $1:000'19: ,the; cost{ .. 30ijust:J north; .o f;the .etarke, ': ,'tneMregular' .meeting 0'- '. {"*''.' ?: rTtttlD ? Brown was off duty part of
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Second from top.. isthe new. State 'Faimers wfarket'byl'rtet_ held Monday: n1g11t;;. All recently o -
and con-
of hammers as
saws Starke Elementary School on the CQiistrMction Company l$ :-"u elec'ted''officers were"swom
sti ction here continued.at a brisk ffirmer Ensey property in southeast Residential: constrt ctionts keeping -- tillsmeeting; including :C.' 'R. PiisOnGllars. ,EyeilBjrCity As Revenue Source Dunn said that even though the

pale in the new,year. Starke. The plant was inspected 'pace with'eomercial.andan-: 5hUI ttt.'.may ;' ,:Mi6cheU:'Brown,, .. ... ... ". .' 'number of arrests in the 'fourth

'At top, the imposing new Bra Monday.by School Board tit tloJ1a1., .IJcrwerpnoto:,;sti0iffs, marshal;'- Dave 'Shuford, 'W.. P.' :' .', The" ....__"' ._'"-....__ _. Starke, .... I quarter showed a marked decline,
Twelve State all urav framing01 sptQposed additional .thought and study. He
feid/ High School auditorium 1.ne la nembers and will undergo its '?plit fevel.home. now, being;built Kemp,< and Earl Teston 'councfl- ; P.fison'lguards .nsw ..ordinance regulaUjng.sthe.lic ; ,' die Peninsular Club felt justified
completion and should"be final' State inspection later this for Mr., ''and"Jilrs.. 'Foster:.vShi: men: .. resident?"of Bradf4rcCiJt7nibh'raiidBakercounties. ,; nsing- ::a4. operation of raid he would favor getting up ai labeling Lawtey a "traffic trap"

retidy-for use by,'early March. The week. 4-* Smith on West' (Madison .stte t. Chairman :tShuford was! given .' wilily- 'defended... fat compares\ ,jtnd general: \ dis- concrete proposal or a. ,"package because city officials there had

handsome brick structure"was contracted Third picture shows the hew TAW) ii jost;one* of:the;;beautiful the responsibility management at"stateexpense. Sjr'Chester: *Be-, cussion';.tf) '-file rieed'f? qr Additional deal" sewer extension program f made no announced change -tIt

at $169,000, while seats,, Florida Highway Patrol headquarters i jncw.homes how underconstruction; of the 'Lawtey recreation centerfor dell; Jacksonville ,attorney, against funds,' needed. sewerex-. and then issuing revenue certificates -,policy and the club had no assur-
tofinance. would not revert to the
and vicinity .next'three 'months.- ance they
the
Starke
curtails willSmith ,being constructed on U. in l
and stage properties ; : from
...- "t Feiieral :chSrges' jnislfeitins. tensions ,highlight fd Tuesday secure dby revenue a!pattern of heavy arrests experienced -

..".H .' ...".,."i 0 prisoners/ (Ra1f.d.. .;<, *. j nIght: .City:'Council meeting.The sewer tax. rather 'than levying I in the third quarter.

Announces Keystone Officer .._,.l': yt r': RegistrationBooks The,State)'Cablnet;agreed/Tuesday sugested i taxi .,.ordinance, the tax.and Just letting the mon-, President Holloway said that

"...;,.,. d to.pay Be4ell$25jDQOfo1undIc. : providing- for< ,the \operation of ey accumulate. the club's action means that

.'it "-r"r. .'. thejlejense..vf! .the :124 :'guards.Oov cabs! ,,for *a: minimum.; of 18 hours Continued on Page 2)) (Continued on Page 3))

For Commission Faces Charge L .,, .1..", -.. ..,. PlacedIn .: LeroyrjCollih said BedeU'.was dallysevendays a.week.was read .. ..'
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: rights cases. 'will hare a second 'reading at <
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W. Hogan Smith *ell know I Warrants have been sworn out :j'I ;" Precincts The guards were iQdicted,;along the' next Conricil. meeting on S S

cattle and timber'man announcec I here against J. T.. Fillyaw, Key ;. with ;former guard'CJapt: ;] James Tuesday, ;Jafl. 19, to: give represeu'tlves ,. Y's f Cs :}

yesterday that he will.be a can, stone Heights police officer: and Dunn andrformer Guard .lieuten pf 10C Ltad,, companies : .:

d;date for County Commissioner:l bk'brother. John, ,charging them Mrs. Marian L. Crosby, County. ant Earl Chester'a": resident 'of an op "rtunlty'.tb:heard, .: ,'j..J. ':'

District 3, South Starker-in. the i with.assault and battery as the R Supervisor .of Registration, announces ', Bradford County :who;.w re' dismissed Only tail t representative at .... ,,',;:)'f.5' ,'.'
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aftermath of an incident in Key- after: hivestization of : 't' 15
Uay primaries. that registration,, book a!I an' Tuesday's r eetlrlg' was Everett eCr.

Mr. Smith has been a resided; stone Club Estates on Christmas S'. SS are nO\v' open in six of the coun;, alleged mistreatment' several' MIftbmeyareaid'he would appreciate 4.. .LS! I 't'

of Bradford County for 42 years,. night.I Q t ty's precincts, :with 'deputies "ai, months ago.. 'raffe tone to .study provisions .,. Aw < w
having moved here at the age OJ i Fillyaw and his brother, who is One of" the indicted, guards resigned .of the 1 proposed ordinance, ,
follows .
18. The headquarters of his cattle ., I night watchman- ii the Estates,! ,1. No:. I, Lawtey-G. W. Roberts, his job early in 1959 and: which doe's nofj Require meters oil ;' f 'k "" -
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and timber business is ai t; arrested Rich H. Rutledge ,34, and r # store. ,: the other .11, were recently sUspended cabs.and:ddes t 'not attempt to fix ; -

Sampson City, and he has votec I Eddie O- Cardenas. _30, and rft. No.4, GrahamOllie: A. Rivera pending.,outcome of .'thecase. rates.j, .. ..:.' iii

hi the South Starke precinct eve brought them in to the Bradford r ,, store. r They, are ,A; general discussion' of the -; ...
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trice becoming of voting age... County jail the night of Dec. 25. No. 5, Hampton -: Pearl' >I,. John C.: Batten.and Russell City', 'l hiabnty;: tb.extend its sew- = ; fj
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Ihis.is his first. bid for public office The men were booked on chargesof resisting Home store., *' Carter.both; of Bradford County;. er lines fist 'en ugh' to.:keep up 6 p

: '. public intoxication and No. 6, Tneressa-Rae Beahler,, Hubert Oriffis,.AUen Grlffu,. and with normal: growth of the community -

The 'District .3 '. Commissior I arrest for Cardenas and driving Hwy., 18 and 100. John O.:. Dobbs Union'Co_'County; was -to chfti off when a
H. A. while intoxicated for Rut- .
vacated by '
post U being bruises aboutthe > ,J. T. Fillyaw i No. 7, New River Eunici e James A.'BartoA4ndrewRipli' Mayor ,W. Tf.Jackson-declared! the .
Bishop Jr., .who announced re .ledge. Cardenas had ardson' ahd-Earlls: Haryey.of Baker ,
t'me.. had'come
to levy monthly
ccctly that he would not 5 eke,. head and was treated in Brad- ht'K tone Club Moody, store. : a
made
rest was Y County: Albert tee .Stafford;. J ,
Brboker fee .with E?
fOld Hospital. No. 8. ft. A. Col son. sewer 5-' or tax proceed.? } y sL
election. County Estates. located.Bradford pun- MelVUf.VcK1nnej. and- RoubleGt %. earmarked sewer extension..
Next day the two .men iwere'released ty') ;.Fil1y w. is;a:police doff e..of I store. : fis.: who .resie l .a( .thepiS9DI : I ;-
recognizance Registration in Precincts ant I Councilman:: CiHaien Jr. a-
on their 'own : Keystone Heights;In:.Ciay\O>Upaty, 8 t:, the. tune cif.! their jndictmettt
I In" the'custody of Roy H.. Tyre oJ -his'bjBtherAlsVnofr: an4 officer 3 (North; and South Starke' ) wi!I CJcihrantnatlBedeU greed-that "We'art' obligating and
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Opening" ,Game Keystone Cardenas' 'employer.: at all. ', -\M ,' be it.the .courthouse, as usual- 'Prison pirector; HVG* spending butnot; rliaking'any.pro1iion : -
: aJ4 wocldinot'defend: "
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On Monday 'Dec- ,28. Pi lyasigned W The precinct deputiea'wrill accept .- f or', The I Fitly:ws ,"l.saj'd. th r.ere. since'they:
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reglstraUonarthrough' ; '
a.warrant against Carendas! : : Feti; } meetthe e bbhgkt ni.!
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CHURCRBasketball for public 1 Intoxication, ,and; againslRutledge. ; making'a. ",cttixeq'sarrest, :l ifr 29. after. which an,registration' wll I I n sed..if ?f>the (Stat e: ,Counciljnan' Ruby ::'Johns said.th.at.ai
: Cabmet 1n st1:& OIl-l of'brutalltjtoprisonejs. .
CarQenas..saldhe"vraS'l. struck .
while intoxdated. be
at the courthouse
for ;driving : of the
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,County 'Judge,T<; A..Ya Bra l Vii ba::,pistol'during, thfi/inddent.. ,The .courthouse' registration office .. : La:.the niaxihiucisecurity F0l'Lia :',ofMu! ipalitieain L' '
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'* .. v T would not:permit .Fillyaw' to: takEout .ill. f Ur.' men win1,be- arraigned will.-be 'open for/.ihe-'convenience" ,' : Ptnaicoia she discpy'eredthat
? \ at .the'next" termrof'Cpunly ; G V Collins; said ithe,itate,was i :
a waTent, against .Cardenai i -of the j>ubiic'4Between-: townS
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Starei.p4'the poly
LeagueSaturday. ; for resisting. arrest.-since, the. ar.. Judge's Court.. : j *' hourf of J30'p4h[ >;to 9SO: pjneach1 ; under'.. iigatlon;, to.provide:.d ". that '.did no( h>ve. some kind of s.& r _
". Thursday night through January '. f case' counsel "fr theguards. 'beI .r
; tax or fee for ewe? service. A
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oW First Donat'onFor and February. Night hoar cause Rtchad ut d I :
January 9 r
Church Cagers fc Jackson out that .
I '.:or March will be announced! at J i from theif superiors., He said that Mayor pointed
Furnishing ; later date.Registration. without state assistance the. it costs a. .property- owner from

7:00 PAI,, >: To Play Jan. 9 New Hospital Wing books win dos e guards:sgould.Je ielpless."IHey } $ZOO to $250 to ,install a septic that

.; \ ,. April 2." '" are little people. people, tank and Voiced' the e .belief
Basketball Leagu e 1960
BUS GYM The Church its schedule of gameon s The Bradford. .County Hospital An: persons' receiving : c f little means, low-paid,: -and l the. owner would ''be. willing to First For
I : t- will begin cointits they could nit afford( ; :a.dequaui pay a. reasonable.amount. for sew
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night Jan. ,9, wit! this week acknowledged receipt; from the Supervisor &Irln, "
j' Saturday ''' er service, .if he'could get it.
o ':t First Methodist vs. First ChristIan .; of $500, from Mr and Mrs. W.,,H., past week are urged to" sija aa counsel' the Governrr'iaid. Hazes then bro hecr.the subject And Number 9 For Mengs
-- ; them thin mont]I Secre t' of:State R.,A.; ,Oraj" S
return daring
'. at 7 o'clock and. Madison Si t:-JNollman of Starke" as the f first.contribation l1' of Starke'a.water rates which
'f Baptist vs. First Presbyterian a for ;tarnishing .s so that their names will not t e said the !'ederal.ctimes were'an. he said'.were entirely too low Paul .Joseph Men*, pictured above -I f Meng, who have been married 13

: : removed from the list of qualifie i other example;of ,the ever-broad--. with his mother. Mrs. Paul i years. His brothers and sisters
This .Space Contributed, 8:30.The 'roonTln the proposed new// 'wing, voters.. +. perhaps the. lowest: in the State.. are: Carlton 12; Bill, 11; Carolyn,
next league games will De jot the hospitalPlans enuing encroachment! Oy Washing He said tie city .was losing big Meng, had the distinction of beIng 10 Phyllis 9; Marty 7; Mary

to Publicize played on Thursday, Jan. U I. ; : He; de, o&'1U water sewer, and first born In Brad-
Weekly .. for the new wing.are now Postal ton' tiptia'atate'srtght& money ; the, baby Joyce 5; Sallye 4; and Beverly,
Games will be played en Thursday s.1 being drawn. but actual con-: Receipts dared'. .thai alUiough, the. ;allegwcifenses I garage collection .services which ford County Hospital in 1960 and 20 months.

Community Event byTJIE Jan.9.nights All only after will Saturday be play y'i structlon is contingent upon avail, Show. : 1959'Gala tp' f'wre4'' --. ..many' -: .'moll.. theplant J -to revenue..fee. made. Tip from light was awarded, many valuable gifts I The Mengs live on the Cart

games ability .of HUl-Burton': Funds to ", were'faOy 'investigated t r ccatributed .by .Starke merchants I Johns rcwl near Hampton where
] COMMUNITY in the high school gym. : at: the ago .jCabmetand'LEgisiatureand Jackson' Maid,, '1 dotft.
be appropriated by Congress ilatei Gross receipts Stark.e A 'Hjyor, hi a contest sponsored annually they operate a dairy farm.

Any church wishing ,to ente ri I this year.. ,It is hoped.that,the. newwing postoffice for the calendar yea' .r ; ; : act- mind,going ,on.record' ., about this I by the Bradford, County Hospital I The Committee in charge of the

STATE BANK this league is requested to contact win:be'sthrteedaome time:!ta Jt. I 1&59'wtre-, (J78,77L07/an: ..lnciusv e ion taken;thalederal.goveruislleati380 ? t matter. and 1..would make a motion Auxiliary. contest was Mm. Owen Vaughnand

the recreation department t. 1960. It will be a 17-bed.additMH n the 195S total of $64, ;t. bad picked; an, :election 'year' -ii l if I c uId.", Paul Joseph was bon at 9:40: I. .Mrs. R. E. Edmondson. Mre.

OF STARKE. Phone WO 4-7441 any afternoorThe ,. End win cost approzlnutel]r Postmaster G. McGriff; (aanouncd .. chic]::t3 bring its charges. -Council Chairman. Randal Chit- pjn--on- January 1 and is the.ninth v ughn personally collected the

-. entry fee U $15. t 170000. yesterday, i ty ugi esUd giving-tEe--matter child for MX. and Mrs Sifts from, 20 cooperating firms

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t'. It ......._............ .,.,.,. ............. _-:- Paul Wolcott of Eustis and Mrs.I Mr. and Mrs. 'Charles Parsons :Mrs. Fred Miller Jacksonville instructed to notify Mr.. Green. to jects.. The Clerk was instructedro Van's Motel concerning inade-**,

f1M. E. C. Harden Jr. and sons of Port were weekend guests of Mr. and was a weekend guest of -Mr. and this' effect .. '
can this matter to the attention Q, garbage and trash collectio
*0 St. Joe were holiday guests of Mrs, Clyde Terwillegar while en- Mrs: P. D. Fancher R.: S. Wasdin of the city utilities .nd ."*l
of D. W. Carpenter, building in- from Mr
'and also inquiry An
I Mr. and,1frs. the Scrub. I their home in Amsterdam. N. Wednesday to Sunday with Mrs. the "three houses 'being: moved by fpector, and request him not .to ileraon as to wnen sewer and-

t-. Miss. Carolyn Rogers .student Y. : Robert, Tanner',in'Baldwin. Everett McKinney from the Wom issue permits for buildings unless water would t Ie available along*

", nurse at Orange Memorial Hospital Mr. and Mr.;; Bob Benner have Rev.,.and Mrs. G., Van Stephensand en's Club block was over the 25- they were located with a sufficient 301( South. v

; IN mg Ntwg Orlando, was visiting Mr. purchased the house at 1221 Johns Mrs. Nelle Beavers of Raleigh foot. licit and said ,the Council set-back from these highways. Members of the Council said]

iv5Ml and Mrs. L. C. Smith on Sunday.Mr. i Drive Saratoga Heights, N. C. are spending several would have to'give permission if Councilman Johns reported that they could make no committment j

'_..._._ La ...._ """_.... ... ...._... .... .......ft.. 0 and )trs. George Bolden of I Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Sowers and days with Mrs. W. N. North and it was lo be moved. Wasdin said she had contacted Mrs. Lex GreenIn concerning extension of sewer,and]

.-.... :Mr. and Mrs.' Junius. Smith were Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams Jacksonville were Saturday din- I children have rented the,house at son, Billy,*while enroute to' Holly- he thought the house (former G. regard to removal of a palm water lines to this area at thef
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. X. M!I 125 Washington street' formerly wood. I B. Flynn home) could" be movedwith tree on the city's parkway at the present time.
in Miami from to Tuesday and the weekend in
"f.0 Friday family spent
., I' Smith. occupied< by Mr. and Mrs. NeiiMalphUTg :Mary Lou Edwards spent last I only a short interruption of intersection of.Jackson and Wal-
I on business and 'attended the Waycross, Ga. with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Henry Stefanelli and son;!I who have moved to :Wednesday to Sunday with her electrical service in the business nut Streets which is obstructing
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:, Orange Bowl game Charles McQuaig. Raymond, visited Mrs. Leslie I Jacksonville. The Sowers farimly :cousins, Marcia Kay ,and Christine district. deer vision at this point. Mrs. ARE YOU GOING TO
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:Mr. and :Mrs. Proctor Snow of Mr. and Mrs. George Hugginsand Adams in Lake,City on Sunday. I are moving here from BennettsvIDe t KincEen, in Jacksonville. Council agreed"for the house to Joins said that Mrs. Green would NEED

Dublin Ca. are visiting Mr. and daughter, Sandra visited H. L. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawson of ,S. C., and 'i'Mr. Savers will I Dr. and. Mrs. P. G. Felos spent be, moved if the'owner paid the :designate a location for the palmto
-t." :Mrs., L. D. Vining from Tuesday Rockwood at the TA Hospital in Lakeland were weekend guests of employed at' The Telegraph the weekend in southwest Flori- entffe amount of the cost to the be moved by the city to Green, assistance in the preparation -

to Thursday. Lake City Saturday afternoon. Mr. and.-Mrs. H. &. Lawson. The Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham and city, estimated at from $475 to -ental property on West Call St. of your 1959 Income

J71.u Mrs, J. P. Stephens: Mrs- A. C.ai. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vickersof Lawsons also had 'as Sunday family had as guests at the Scrub da.Extra Bobbins save ilme-Stock $500.- I The clerk reported an inquiry j Tax Return?

McReynolds and, Tom Hardin of Douglas. Ga. were Saturday guests, },fro and Mrs. J. A. Jordan i during the holidays Mr. and Mrs. it"with' Sinter Bobbins at Den- After a discussion of why from Mrs. Broward Akridge of s.1

01 Sanford were holiday guests; of visitors of Mrs. Clyde Sinclair. and children of Lake 'Butler and,'Andy Morse and daughter of mark Furniture Co. tf Starke had not obtained a Civil Grange Street as to what SEE

Dir and Mrs. Ned Yancey. Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Jr. suffereda Mr. and Mrs. Ed Basbekan of Lakeland Donald Roach of Clearwater Mrs. Virginia Harris and chil- Defense emergency hospital set- needed in the way of re-zoning,I NEIL TUCKER

.1"; Mr. and Mrs, Ewell Lawson and broken foot Monday morning Gainesville. < Manjey Leavell and son, ddren: of Valdosta, Ga. were up and other items under the CD if anything for her to be able toj Public Bookkeeper

son Jimmy ,were in Savannah, when she stepped off her front Half Price Dress Clearance Linden anj Mr. and Mrs. Jack guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. program, Chairman Chitty Said serve noon meals to workers. The I

-n Ga.. on Sunday visiting Mr.aid steps. The foot wiH be in a cast Sale Friday and Saturday at Gill and son of Jacksonville, 'and Sheppard from Thursday to Saturday that Civil Defense Director Robert clerk was instructed to refer to;, 120 S. Court, StarkePh.W049854wW012545

Mrs. .A'. B. Walker. tor'six weeks. LEILA Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale and. daugh- while visiting -friends here. McIntire would be invited to the zoning code, and reply. "

'u. Attending the Methodist 'con ter, Linda, of Starke. Mrs. W. N. North and son, Billy i attend the next meeting and diseusS The clerk also reported. a complaint I
-- --- - ference-wide 'in l the past two weeks with from Van Anderson of i
Evangelistic rally Dr. and Mrs. Cfeediri .Flckel of spent ftese. matters with the Council :
.
when you needWm St. Petersburg on Tuesday were Carlisle, Pa. were' New "Tear's Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Beavers in l _-,',__ -_ __ _, ':: =' -_,_ ,, ,::..," -, = :::'':'::: "',<
a Rev. H. O. Boyette,. Mrs. C. D. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.C. Tallassee, Ala. Wasdin reported that the Civil "

,1i Williams, Mrs. W..B. Sewell and Il 'SchoU.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields and Defense unit had just obtained a

Mrs. Bynum Perkins. Neima Keen and daughter, family of Jacksonville were visit- l'/2 ton International truck from

; GAS SERVICE Mrs. H. E. Stafford returned Carolyn, spent 'the holidays in ing their parents, Mr. and Mrs. the Surplus Property Departmentat Florida Theatre J Jf

home Dec. 31 from the Bradford Punta 'Gorda with her son-in-law O. W. White, Sr. and Mrs. .J. H. Camp Blanding to be equipped

THINK OF County Hospital, !where she had and daughter' Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Fields on Sunday. 35 an emergency "crash" truck
; SLADE GAS been confined after a heart ,t- McConnelL I Those attending the funeral of unit He asked that the City'approve -

tack. Mr. and Mrs, Roy D. Ackei; have Ella Mae Strickland Hardee in the installation 0: ladder THESATURDAUtORN1Nt

J TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000( OR UP Mrs. Sarah Hunter and children, purchased the house at 515 N. St Lake Butler on Monday; afternoonwere mechanism on the truck at a cost Q f
w Sonia and Theron ,spent the holi- Clair street formerly owned by Mrs. Wesley Andrews, Mrs. of around $1,200. The request was

PHONE WO 4-3551 days in 'Tampa and. Zephyrhills, Mr. and Mrs. .h" es Edgar who Jessie Chastain, Mrs. Inez Gray approved, ,

with relatives. moved 'to St Petersburg on Monday Mrs. Eunice Wilson, Mrs. Eula Mayor Jackson voiced the hope
Mae Conner and Mrs. P. S. Den- that some means could be foundto
Replace, your old sewing machine
.... belt with a new Singer Belt I Rodney and Mark 'HerU.:?: *, of I mark. prevent anyone from placing a Free Show
'4v from Denmark Furniture Co. tf Jacksonville were VisIting' the- Mr. and Mrs. George H. Pierce building too close to Highway 16
We The Church of God cf Gainesville have purchased ahomo or U. S. 301 south which might
Dr. and Mrs: J. W. Brownlee grandparents Mr. and Mrs. W F.
later be found to be the'right
at 1211 Johns Drive. on
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have had as guests, Mr. and Mrs.C. Herlong last we
A. Heather and children of Batavia Mrs. H. E. Lovelace 'of' Shelby, Lee Darby suffered a broken o*. way needed for widening pro- 10:30 A.M.

:: Sunday School Staff Ill over 'the holidays and N. C. will arrive Sunday to spend roller right arm skating Saturday accident afternoon at home.in'a

Mr. 'and Mrs. Earl Johnson and ten days with ''hert sister; Mrs J. WHY
The Saturday Morning Free Show will begin at 9 ,A.M.
sons of Vidalia, Ga. the past week- E. Hildebran and.family who'moved -

:: Invite You To Attend Our Sunday School end.Mrs. the past, weekend to 410 N. Sewer Tax Eyed Trade a headache for an upset on Saturday, Dec. 12 because of the Theatre's opera-

I Coral G. Trabue: of Jacksonville Walnut street. stomach tions.
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I.. During This Coming Year. i 111. arrived by plane and Mrs. W. G. Haile returned'Mon- Headache pills do not remove

I spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. day after spending the holidayswith the cause of the headache they
T. C. Hill at their home, 610 N. relatives in Miami and West By City Council only ease the headache temporarily I Killed %Wild Bill Hickok
CHURCH OF GOD '
:, Lake street. This was Mrs. Tra- Palm Beach.* and create other trouble.

.. hue's first visit to this section of Mr. and Mrs. F, W. Stricklandand "I W Since ,the nervous system controls
422 N. ST. CLAIR ST. STARKE, FLA. Florida and the Hills, took her to family spent Sunday to Thursday (Continued from Page 1)) the function of each organof This Was Made Possible Through The Following Merchants

including of 'last week in Miami with It was pointed out that the the body, not only ran the :
'" a Stephen Foster Memorial at Mr. and Mrs. N. P! Riccardi' and Council constantly beseiged by cause of headaches be found and
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White Springs, Silver Springs, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Strickland. '- applications far sewer service, but removed but other conditions such MASTERS ELECTRICAL SERVICE

.... Cypress Gardens, and as Mr'and'Mrs. O. F. Siemer, Sr *
.- others most of these have to be refused a!* constipation, back ache nervousness -
GEM 'JEWELRY
'. far 'south Sarasota. had as guests last Thursday'and
as because funds for extension are fatigue, asthma kidney

START f THE NEW YEARS During the past week Mr. and Friday, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Davis inadequate. and liver trouble can readily be CRAWFORD BROTHERS GULF .SERVICE STATION

Mrs- J. T. Quigley have been and son, Al. of Hardeeville, S. C.: County Commissioners H. A. corrected by locating and: removing -

dinner guests of Mrs. Florence and Mr and Mrs. H. F. Booe and Bishop Jr. and E. L. Crawford appeared the cause. SIMMONS' KOCH DRUGSBARKSDALE'S

Hipple and Mrs.: Mae Wood at children..' of. :Jacksonville. : before the Council to serve I Chiropractic restores health after -
OFF RIGHT! DEPT. STOREJ
ParkofthePalms, luncheon Half Price Dress ClearanceSale notice that the City would be ex- other methods fail, so you can

guests of Miss Marie Wilson ,of Friday, and Saturday atLEILA'S. pected to pay a portion of the save time and money if you see & J BUILDING, SUPPLIES,- Inc.
: Penney Farms, and dinner 'guestsat right of way costs- on reroutingU. your Chiropractor first.

CONSOLIDATE YOUR SMALL. a family reunion at, the homeof Marvin Btovm?ret med. to Mur- S., 301 within the, city limits,' STARKE MOTOR PARTS

Mr: 'and Mrs. Leaston Wynn ray State, College on Saturdayafter and also 'share the ,cost of obtaining CALL THE

i ?' BILLS j- LESS" WORRYLESS) near, Hampton. f- spending'h.the... ,'holidays"" with right of way .for the,proposed NORMAN ELECTRICAL, SERVICE. tI
J.4 Mrs.:.M. W.'IJ9zjce,na$ closed"up hisVrenfilf= &J" "" 't widening of State Road 16 within "'Dr. H. G: BollinererCHIROPRACTIC > WILLIAMS JEWELRY' -

i her house and, is staying' with'her Mr. and:Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr: the city' limits, It, and'when this OFFICE I .

TROUBLE daughter, Mrs. L. J. 'Richardsonit attended the .funeral of ,John project is undertaken. Phone WO 4-2881 i TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
. I 1314 Blanding street. Malaterre in Jacksonville Monday -Bishop declared that the County
426 N. Walnut St.
Mrs. Mary L. Scbggins'of Columbus afternoon: ; is already about $250.000m

M Ga. was visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Boggianoof the hole" for right of way costsand Starke- I
Mrs, C. R. Scoggins and family Knoxville Tenn. last
spent -
declared that most cities pay ------------ --
during the holidays.: week 'with their 'daughter'' and the entire costs of right of way

.. 1 Sinter Sewing Machine Needlesat family Dr. and Mrs. James E. on highways winthin their limits.

-. ,; Denmark Furnltur Co. it Moseley.. The! Moseleys had as He ,said that 'the matter1 was'being S EE IT! TRY IT'
Mrs. N. K: of Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. '
x Mr and Hurst brought up at this time o
i" -' Indianapolis, Ind. were visiting Robert E. Mosby and children of give the" City ample time to provide

: UP TO $600 Mrs W. S. Slade on Sunday and Atlanta.. r for this expense in its next .. .
a ',trPROMPT Monday while ,enroute to Miami. >Mr. 'and Mrs: Guy Sale and budget. }

EFFICIENT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome daughter, Linda, were in Valdostaon M. G. McMillan, surveyor; presented '..&....:' +.;40.' ,' J 7f "

: have had as guests this'week, Mrs. Sunday visiting Mrs. John Sale a* plat for six 'additional EWEST '
I' ON ALL REQUESTS .t
4 R. M. Cooper of Jacksonville; Mr! and''Mr. and Mrs. John' Yates. lots and.'playground .in. L. D. .
end Mrs: Joe Sanders of Valdosta The executive board of the New Green's Annex No. 2 to Green- ,

: STOP /N OR CALL TODAY and Mrs. Morris' Williams and River' Baptist Assn. held their acres subdIvision.>: FASTEST
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children of Folkston, Ga. business meeting 'TUesday 'after- ').fl'. 'Green asked if tl Council _
Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson .and noon at the home of Mrs. W. B. would for culverts used for _
pay
i TOWN\ FINANCE CO. Miss Ruby LUley visited'the ste- Mundy.. draina &' of' streets'within tte PORTABLE

2 phen Foster Memorial on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. William Virzard< subdivision (not culverts into in- ,

I afternoon. of Brockton, Mass and Mrs. dividual lots) and was told 'that
144 W.. Call St. Starke, Fla. Phone WO 4.9091 Half Price Dress ClearanceSale -
Thelma Tetrault and Mr. and Mrs.
the matter would be referred to TYPEWRITER
i Friday and Saturday at : '
a Richard of St. Petersburgwere
I Lape&n O. A Wiggins, street, chairman,
LEILA'S.Mr. visitors of Mr. and ..
1i 1S holiday for investigation.Later .
and Mrs. Lester Crews and "L'AT/I '
Mrs. J. R. Hixon.
in the meeting, however, IN THE -
daughter, Carolyn and Sam Mitchell ,
S Mrs. Bessie Faxon is at' home street foreman S. R. Hicks said PL
1 J were in Ft Myers from again' in Gainesville after being that it had not' been the practiceof .

.. Thursday to Sunday visiting away for'two months Her 'sister the city to pay forculverts WORLD'' + iW:

friends and relatives. Mrs. E. J. Flynn, has returned to used within a subdivision or development .
'Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomery -
Mobile, Ala. to her coursein
resume and the City Clerk was .
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returned .Sunday after spend- cosmotology. + .
I ing the holidays in Lake City with .
Mrs.
Mr. and L. F. Smith, Jr. k
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their! parents. and family of DeVuniak Springs
i Mrs. R. A. Newsom spent the 4 1
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spent Thursday to Sunday with
holidays in Lakeland with Mr. and
Mrs. Smith's mother Mrs. Lucile
f Mrs. R- E. Mathews. Y
Davis. visitors
Saturday were
M. L. Lawson is working in MIrGt
1S Mr. and Mrs. H. G"Davis Jr. and
Auburadale this week.
:Mr. and'Mrs. G- F. Snell and children of Gainesville. EASY
Capt. and Mrs. c. D. Starling ofDoctor's
Daughter"were in Fernandina last
I Lake and1' Fi'.i.L4LU
Mr. end Mrs
I, Friday and Saturday visiting her '
i' ./ w; ,C. Bnmbaugh? and Slut of
-- mother, Mrs. T. J. Cortett 'TERMS
Jacksonville were Sunday guests J
Mrs. Sarah Hunter entered the .
I _____ of Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter1. -Sr.
/r 'I Bradford County Hospital on
.Mr. 'and Mrs. Carlton Chastainand .r YEARS AHEAD FROM .
1 ptxtE A T u 5 9 Tuesday for observation and -
I .. -- treatment. son Tommy, were visiting r ANY ANGLE
S relatives in Lake City on Scnday.i NEW -
Mr. and Mrs. 1 U. Smith of
s "We can hardly wait to move.in our new home becauseit .'..
Memphis; Tenn.. were lay Friday Terry and Phil Stith ,Sanford ....
will be made.of quality lumber from Starke Builders. ,4":
rNo -- guests of Mr. and Mrs. F .W. spent last week with their'grandparents IN STYLE..SPEED..SPIRITHere's
Supplies. Strickland.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. L. FJ Din- it

s .- and Mrs. H. M. Hatcher, kins, white .their parents 'Dt. 'and a portable that's ALL NEW _.';$1de

Sr. returned io their home in Mrs. J. L. Stith were visiting in and anti! Calaxie gives better typing with less, ,
MONEY DOWN Flashing. Long 'Iil nd. N. Ti: 'on WashCsgton-:-cldr. .. 4 .
: noli- 'and Mrs. Maxie Carter..Jr. ( effort than ever before. Trace its modern lines.
after spending the
Friday his home to be heated .
ji .
lays with MaJ. and Mrs. Hatcher and family moved Saturday into Try responsive touch. You'll ..see. why the
; their new home on E. Call street Galaxie is jeroytlu'ng ever
Jr. Smith-Corona you
WItSOLAR GULF :
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Repair returned to
'.. .... :, "!r. and Mrs. Wilbur Scott 'of Miss Mary Brownlee .. wanted in a portable. '
1 Gainesville were visiting Mr. and Baltimore; Md. after spendingthe

: ', Add Rooms ....... Carport Mrs.afternoon.O. 'W. White, Sr. .on Susday holidays L. Srown with ee. her mother, Mrs.: IL HEAT 'I-.

., Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen and : t; i
COue'if
1 L. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar : FREE: from Smith-Corona .
.l Bath Room, . .. ,. spent New" Year's with: Mr., and children were, in Tavares Thursday -, 10tt r '
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-. A
it .Corona
and Friday visiting Dr., and I with' every e. portable.
Mrs. Andrew Cairaway on the I J
t (INCLUDING SEPTIC ,TANK AND FIX St. Johns RiVer' ( 'near, Sanford.' Mrs. Argin Boggus ( i, 4 iiAt. r complete touch typing course on
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!_ TURES) Mr. and Mrs. ,Robbie Shaker of xd records! ,
model of Slater
: Purchase any $239S VALUE
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r i Starke'and Mr.and Mrs. William crdtOOT
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Denmark
Sewing Machine at .
Time To Re-root Jacksonville -
Renfroe of were visiting Farnitcre! Co.. U -
friends in Orlando on Son- waring( 0"r r .. f
1 Mrs. C. G, Barkadale and' Mrs. '

day.Mrs.. Effie Johns had"ai holiday Lola Matt, returned Wednesdayfrom REGISTEROil

visitors W. C. Townsend and Miss vii week's visit with Mr. and r,

i STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES ElixaEeth; Townsend of Lake But. Mrs: Alger Thomas in Miami. ,

ler Mrs. Randall Crosby' and Mrs: 'Mt; 'and'-Mrs:, Robert Barktfdaleand I COMPANYPhone
i i "t.'t. : Bradford County .re!
: -PhmtiQ ..4 JOI Starke,. Fla. Henry Carter ,of 'Maxvffle,, Mrs. tattended the fire grap

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGF APH. STARKE. FLORIDA" ,
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New River Assn. Mrs- .Edward, -Saxon' '- and' daugh- !i Church, starting'Sunday'and run- f Church Sunday, Feb.. 7, along with that of hundreds of traffic, arrests

l WMU Meets I. leis. t ning through Friday night. Everyone other singing groups. There will "lade in Lawtey curing 1959, only
Friday
4J I Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Williamson'and is invited, to attend, whether bt dinner on the grounds. Every i cue resident of Bradford ..Countywas

i I II I The New' River Association children moved Monday from a member of the church or not. t one u invited to attend. ticketed with virtually all of

WMU Quarterly Meeting will beheld their home on Division St.,to their | Mr, and Mrs. D. B. Smith and Patsy O'B'rlan was guest of the remainder from Qut of state

at 10 ajru on Friday, Jan. 8, farm near Hampton.-Mr. and Mrs. ]Dorothy Morgan met Mrs. Smith's Linda Brookins in Hampton Sunny or larger Florida counties.
the jDeimar I Williamson .and children fen in Lake City Monday morn- afternoon. Brown and ShutOl'd''answered
Brooker
in Baptist Church A I
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are i now, living' in Williamson ling. He had been Boatdrain
visiting In Ten- Baptist Church this
dish complaint
(covered luncheon by'saying that local -
will be f
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flltdya [house- in'town, since Delmar Williamson nessee.I .
Mooty Sunday
... ______.___ ________, ________'__.__.. 1: nerved at noon.- :lira. Arthur! : has School 10 a. mf Morn- motorists are n'are' the. regulations -
Rhoden, been discharged from I The New River Quartet sina at ins; Worship, 11 a. m. Training in Lawt y ,and do not
.1 secretary-treasurer: "urges- the. service- I the Evergreen Baptist'Church the Union 6:30 p- m. Evening Wor- tioiate them. '(
Mrs. Herbert Green Mrs. Dickens Will | all members to attend. I '
Mr.,and Mrs. Paul
: Meng the first
I II I are Sunday night in each month. ihip. 7:20 p. m. Mid-week prayer The Lawtey officials have main-

Is Hostess Review Her Book parents of a son,. born Jan..,1 at The public is Invited to hear them service. Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. tamed throughout the controversythat

'K- i St. Mark's AuxiliaryThe iI i he Bradford .County Hospital InStarke I lng. Pastor, Rev. Barney Sweat. Every- : they ale doing nothing more

ToiFamilY GroupMrs. At Woman's Club I : v/ne welcome. I Uu-n normal enforcement of the
: Episcopal Women Of St.1 1Mark's Mr., and Mrs. Oscar Estes Jr, .YYYYYrmrrrmrrvrrrGRIFFIS I .
,pa* They point ,out, that the no
Herbert Green entertained The Fine Arts Department of Church will meet Monday fare; the parents cfa daughter, Pa- I
I
( BHS' Cage TeamsResume {passing zone, where most of the
at reunion I the Starke Woman's Club under morning at 10:30: o'clock 'in'he trans Diane, born Thursday: Dec. LOOPBy
a family and birthday I attests are made, includes a school
Mrs. C. A. Knight, chairman, will Parish house All members are 24" at the Bradford County Hospital Schedule
dinner Sunday for Mr. Green' | -- zone, several Lawtey:,street Intersections -
,- present Mrs. Rita Dickens of Mar- vrged to attend. ; in Starke. I
With Home GamesBHS and is bordered on one
Verble
whose birthday falls Jan. 8 Harrelluaua.uu.uaa.u.aua
on
; Mr. and Mrs Richard Castle I
ianna as guest speaker at the 1 1I iI o'.tie
a drop-off of several feet
and for her daughter Anita,I regular meeting Wednesday afternoon I t :and children of Gainesville, son- 1 1where
cage teams will resume construction work on U. S.
whose birthday was Jan. 4. at 3:30: o'clock. r. i in-law and daughter of Mr. and 1
I, I Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Blow of Orlando their schedule with home games 301 Is under way, They declare
Twelve members: of the Green Mrs. Dickens is the author of hrs.1HLott, pf Hampton visit- '
strict
I \ :: visited Mr. and Mrs. Willie tonight t [Thursday] in the high enforcement_ of the law is
family enjoyed the buffet dinner the novel, "Marse Ned," the storyof CQ, here Sunday with the Lotts
at
Green and Mr. ,and Mrs. Ernest school gym. B squad will play necessary this point in orderto
I II j jufit ,before :moving to Stewart
party. I old Southern after ,
an family lives
Baldwin the
Allen over the weekend. at 7:30 p.m., and the A protect of motorists.
I, the war between the states. She I II Miss. their former home. Mr. and Mrs. 1 quad! boys meet Baldwin at 9:00.: and pedestrians.
I Cairnes-Moore Art Waldren of II
Beta Phi also is the great granddaughter ofFlorida's Visitors here last week with Mrs. I I '
Sigma ] i Palacid visited Mrs. Waldren's The girls will play St. Augustine
; Ina Knight and Mr. and cornlamed
son were ,
Civil War Governor, Wedding Set
at
father. Mr., j
The Beta Sigma Phi sorority I,John Milton, and General David! Bradford County Ho/cital an- I Mrs. ,D. I. Knight and daughter, j Members Gene of Boatdrain Griffis Sunday.Baptist 6.Friday night A squad boys and I an unmarked car, wore no uniform -

will meet Monday evening, at 8 o'ciuck Blackshear. : Mrs. Fred W. Cairnes of Hen- nounces the, following births: Gloria of Starke; Mr,.and Mrs.' Church attended the singing at |i .;nIs will play Green Cove here at and pinned his badge to a

at the home of Mrs. David I Hostesses for the afternoon will clcisonville, N. C. announces the Mr. and Mrs. Eddi| fcardenas W. C. Clemons Jr. and family otHeilbl'onn Graham church Sunday after i 6:30: and 8 p. m. I civilian sport shirt.Brown

Montgomery with Mrs.. W. M. I be Mrs. J. M. Vickers, chairman engagement of her daughter, of Lake Geneva a eon I Robert Silcox and Mr. and Mrs. Ed i noon. I' A squad boys have: lost only one reported that he had

Smith as co-hostess. I Mrs. H. H. Adams, Mrs. A. Rus-I Deanna Jean to William Frederick Wilson Dec. 28. \\ spent of Heilbronn, Mrs._Silcox Rev. Barney Sweat and Arch game Ito[ Live Oak out of the laced an order for a uniform

I tell Norman, Mrs. C. J.,, Malone,. Moore Jr.,,son of Mr. and :Mrs. Mr4 and Mrs. Efisio,Coiana, Jr., several dajs here with Mrs.- Prevatt of Jacksonville were i' four played so far this season.Lawtey some time ago, but it had not

I Mrs..Nat Dankel, Mrs. G. L. Pat- W. F. Moore of Lawtey. The wed- Starke, a son Gino Ef isio, Dec* 30 Kiiight.; suests of Mr. and Mrs. Zenas i been delivered at the time of the

ten, Mrs. Bertha Pearce, Mrs. Guy ding will take place on Jan. 16 in Mr.'and,Mrs, Ervin 'I'l'iest.Key- Mr. and .Mrs. V.' ;]., lade Visited Griffis for dinner Sunday.Mr. I motor club investigation. He has

I Sale. ,Mrs. Merritt W'lliams: Mrs. the Horseshoe Methodist. Church stone Heights; a daughter. Patti .Mrs.in Slad Scottsmoor:S. brother,Sunday with and and Mrs. J. P. Gregory and I Slated received it since, however and Is

FloridaTheatre +IE. E. Costello, Mrs. H. P. Morgan near Hendersonville. Diane: Dec. 30. sister, ,Mr.-and, Mrs. -Dan in.law Hughes. ,daughter: : Martha Sue, of Colquit, now wearing a. uniform. His car

j Mrs. DeWitt Sinclair, Mrs. Mr.; and Mrs. ,Maryland Whita- Ga. visited Mr. and Mrs. Lon Davis carries a red flasher-on top but
On the
I \\. H. Graham, Mrs. L. H. Gibson Junior Club I ker, Camp Blanding, a son, David :in Daytona return,,Beach trip to they visit stopped Mr.Slade's on New Year's Day. For 'Red Line he has sid he will not mark it

Mrs. W. C. Powell, Mrs. Del- Lee, Dec._ 30. Rev. Sweat's two daughters, otherwise: since the car is his own
Will Be Host brother-in-law and sister.MI'
I and Mrs. Jack Tra- I Mr. and Mrs. Levi Boree Mid Mis. Jewell end Lawtey marshals are elected
;a Rosenberg Sikes and Mrs. Hazel Continued .
and Mrs W. L. Schuppert. ( from Page 1)
wick. v x At District Day dleburg daughter.. Betty Lee, I Sikes, and three grandchildren of I nor one one year terms. -
:Mrs. V. J. Blade, and Mrs Donald I
I Dec. 31. Jacksonville members I In Mayor Shuford's latest state
lade and in Gainesvilleon ,' were visitors in of the AAA who seek
I The Junior Woman's Club will Mr. and Mrs. 't sste Hubert son were tnt he said he considered the
.. 'Snell Home Scene Monday of this. week. church Sunday morning.Mr. routings; to Florida will be directed -
be host to the annual District Hughes, Camp Blanding, a daughter A_ mission study book and and Mrs. E. W. Hodges and around Lawtey, located about .'I motor: club's charges\ "very un-

Of Dinner PartyOn I Four Junior Day on Thursday, Teri Lynn. Dec. 28. vered dish the cov- children of Americus Ga. visited six miles north of Starke. He said I tair" and added that "I think

SAT. JAN. 9 ONLY Jan. 28 it was announced at the Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng, for the supper wer on po- Mrs. Hodge's parents, Rev. and the AAA has about 6\z million 1:t'1CY are trying to switch traffic
gram Hampton
New Year's EveMr. club's regular meeting held Monday Starke, a son, Paul JosephJan.. Baptist Mis. Orville Brookins over the members. off U. S. 301 for some reason or

Q S CHARLES K.FELDMAH evening.: Committee chair- J J. "iWA's at the church, on Fridayevening weekend.Mr. During 1959, Holloway said he I I other They don't have any just
>nliMlM Jan. 1. The book, "Mis-
and Mrs. G. F. Snell entertained -, men and their plans were discussed Mr. and Mrs., Sidney Griffi$, sionary 'AssIgnmentwas and Mrs. J. Marvin Sweat automobile club of New York issued i;'lenson to make such charges against -

:, the sevenyear at 'a delightful New for the event. Stsrke, a son Sidney ., taught and granddaughter of Jacksonville 52,000 routings to Florida j i us."
the
Ly YWA'counselor'Mrs.
fJ" Year's Eve dinner party at their the Mrs. T. G. Jan. 2. Char- I "With all the arrests they have
itCh During program les.Hicks- listed Mrs. Sweat's aunts Mrs. and each car carried an averagecf "
,' 'r', CINEMASCOPEL l:tW: home on Ree street. Ritch gave a short 'summary ,of Mr. and Mrs. Willord Aldridge, During the social Minnie; Austin and Mrs. Josephene I three persons. Uen howling about, we haven't

COlOlkf DI Lull The buffet dinner was served the facilities offered to the publicat Gfruke, a daughter, Barbara. Ce' were exchanged the hour members.gifts I Woodcock, Sunday afternoon. He said the action was taken had a single one claim he wasn't
by I
';.' ?, Stamng, [from an attractive table centered the local hospital and ended by celia, Jan. 3V Eight girls attended.IVERCREEN1. Mr. and Mr. Arnold Griffis; viist- I heluctantly ". but in view of the guilty as charged," the Mayor said.

'of, ,'MARILYNv I with multicolored balloons and showing a short film on "The Mr. and Mrs. Russell Harris, fQ'their aunt and uncle, Mr. and : attitude shown by Lawtey officials'lesarding i: Neither Shuford nor Brown is

""' "MONROEand \\rute candles. Progress of Florid Hospitals." Hawthorne, a daughter, Donna Mrs. W. E. Webb, in Green Cove I the town's stepped-up j on the fee system. They maintain
". After dinner-the 12 guests enJoyed Marie, Jan. 5.HAMPTON. that they are onfy trying to enforce -
The executive board held a short Springs, Sunday.Mr. enforcement drive, the AAA does
f 'ToM WELL: games, 'charades and cata- business meeting preceding the' J. B. Stuart of Madison; and \not want to route its members the law to help keep down

Curies during the evening. regular meeting. YYYTTTTTTTTTTTTYYTYTT9 Mr. ana Mrs A. W. Brown and :through the town and have them "slaughter" on the highways.BRICHTEN"UP .

..M MM..mHOMMlC tOu** Daring the social hour refreshments Arlenmas Brown of the State I run the risk of entangling withJiarshal -
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41 1 J h"MnN Dr 20C'f Elks Lodge Dance | were served by Mrs.. Warren By Mrs. Sybil Griffis Farm were guests of Mr. and Mrs. I Drown"Holloway !

Held Saturday. Winkler and! her committee. ', AAAAAA. uaa.aaa.arua.a Cecil Rowe Sunday. i said at the present Painting and Decorating

Nothing UK* By Mm, I). E.; lint Mrs. Mildred Griffis visited her I time Lawtey is the only town in
It since Mrs.Lois; Hinson and son of I At LOWEST PRICES,
BATTLE {sad WMU Executive si&ter. Mis. G. W. Strickland, in ( Florida carrying the "traffic
About 50 Elks and their ladies aaaadAalaaaaaalalaaaaa.Mrs.Ramona Jacksonville and Rev.t and Mrs.''I Call
'
CRY! and guests attended a dance in Committee Meets J E. Ltagerfelt were- _Stinday.visit- I Buinell Sunday. !!trap" designation.! 1 Painter
Gainesville DAWKINS, The
t WARNER* BR05.I'IoUIR .p the club rooms Saturday' night, .. replaced; Mrs.Hoise'Pitts'assixth.and .Worley pf" prs-of Air. and-Mrs.- Earl, Mosley The Bradford County Singerswill I Among other complaints ,made 414 E. ,South St.

Jan. 2. from 8 until '12 o'clock.. The ,executive committee of the : seventh 'grade' teacher:' and'Carol l Jean:, be at Boatdrain Baptist by the motor club was the fact.- '
I The' and the rooms used 'Mr -and Mrs., B. B. 'Rosier .
of -
lounge First Baptist WMU met,Tuesdayat at'Hampton',Elementary Schoolas ----- -- ----- -
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'!for dancing were attractively,deeI 11:25 followed bya Fort 'Pierc were weekend" guests
.. : a.m.. ,' : 'cdv- : 'school 'openedapjn'onMon- ; "
I orated in the Elks colors, purple- Pled.. -dish l luncheon-at noon*., day-Jan., ; ; following' the holiday of Mr, and Mes.Jh B.: a sldns. WRECKING'
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.and gold. The program on the topic, They"also visited Mrs. Rosier's
The ladies served a buffet lunch. What Hast Thou Given-was' '' recess, been parents. ,Mr.-,:and, Mrs. Carl Hil-
Mrs. had
Worley previously
j wri' I led by, Mrs. L;G.. Powell.\}program a teacher in the Jacksonville Iiard, and Mr R sier's .mqther. MAINTEN SHOP-BUILDINGS. CAMP BLANDING =- All MaterfalaTor Sale A
!chairman: of Ida Darby Circle. Mrs. Lizzie Rosier: -

s MAVERICK himstti M IMS lust (TaKing part were, :Mrs: W. B. i schools',where and Is her now husband living In,,GalnpsVUle is",attending -- 'Mrs.: M:.E.:Rosier, and children n I '* Siding,, Sheathing. Framing, Steel Windows, Pipe; Boilers; Blower.. Tyjie- ;-

statnni picture! Mundy Jr., Mrs. Cula Covan. and 'law school at the Univer- spent Christmas-in: :i Orlando .with Radiators With Fan 2 Air Compressors With 20 H.P. Motors, Eledrttal'Fuse ..
11. rs. Rosier ,brother,,and.visited ..: ".;
Mrs Jesse Newsome. '
Florida.'Mrs.: resigned and Switch Boxes and other miscellaneous items.
I city of "Pitts: ... .
other:relatives,while ,
Plus "Friend or Phony" Cartoon The devotional was. given by effective 'Dec., 18, 1959. : 'there. ,' "

t Mrs; F: B. Beard, and the presi- Children of,one 'family' ,transferred M.and'Mrs..Briceand: daughters CUYAHOGA WRECKING CO. *. T,

cent, Mrs. J. A, Griffin, presided from the, Hampton Schoolto returned Saturday to their ,
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SUN., MON., TUBS. paine, in Columbia! S>G. after '
4 Jan. ID, 11, 12pHW over the business session. Starke. during.'the; vacation- spending, ; the; Christmas_, holidays: Salesman Job 7:30'.A.II. 4:00 P.M., Monday thro Friday ,
and'na'th r amllY'from theStarke.
Keith relatives-here,.,
Martha Dayton schools to'Hampton.Donald' -w- -
s., :,,' ,
: Rev. and;:M J. E. Norman
TO THE CENTER Host At Dedge,' Larry, Sue and and'son.James :
Party Mickey ,Alvarez,children of Mr. ( : Henry' Reddish,
..., DEARTH\ and Alvarez; transferred and Barbara'and Sue Brice visit- "
R.
of Mrs. C.
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Twenty members of the BH fd'tlie JacksdnvllZoo'and radio 0
to Starke when the family
class of 1959 enjoyed a New station WAPE last Friday.- :
moved from their home on,Highway' FABULOUS
.; 'Year's: Eve party at the home ,of :301 to Starke. Mr: and Mrs;cedric Rosier announce -

I I Miss Martha Dayton on St. ,Clair the'birth of"a son on'Dec..
James: Sylvia and Margie Star-
Street. Red and white crepe pa- 23.
:ling, children of, Mr., 'and Mrs-
Per streamers were used In decor- Visitors,at the home of your
Plus "Hlde end Go' Sidney" Cartoon Russell Starling, transferred,from
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ating for this occasion. reporter last weekend were Mr.
the Starke schools when the family -
Dancing was enjoyed during and Mrs. Eugene-McDonald and
moved' from, Graham to' Crystal -
the 'evening after which refresh- : "i children Jacksonville. '

,WED.. ,, THURS., ,FRI. j ments of sandwiches and cold Lake. I I Mrs. Thomas Starling of Kings- SAVINGS-!

Jan. 13, 14, 15 h.called the I.. drinks were served. Enrollment at Hampton Ele- i,ley Lake, and Mrs. A. B. Wain-
A"lift!.thing" t mentary School Is ata record Bright and
I family of .Jacksonville
Until it turned 1 .Ugh this ,year, withkl60 enrolled! \isited Rev. E.J
Home and1 Mrs. J. Nor-
Into spring. Gilhopjy 1;hen 1 school closed for the: Christ- I t
last
man Saturday. On Thursday J
Scene Of 'holidays"according to'J.'C.iHobbs. I x '
House I ;
Open jnas ,
i
I j'ji'' last week the Normans and
i{ You shouldn't rail a plumber unJevi principal. Top enrollment 'i. : 3-" 'J .,
..
i J jou're sure he's dependable, I iMrs.. Sybil Griffis visited Mr. and I ALL '/ i\' :
::1 Mr, and Mrs. Michael Gilhooly I last year, according to end'of the Mis Nathan Boree at Middleburg. \ I lb '
I. You'll find we are a* dependable j were hosts at. "open house" on month reports, was 148. Enrollment !- Mr. and Mrs.. Jr:
Griffis
Clyde Jr.
as any anywhere. Our work is I, at end of the first month _
New Year's Eve at their home on ,
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I ffuarantedd to satisfy. Our pricesare i Raifcrd; road. jof t the school year for ,the 1959 I I:announce the birth'of a daughter ::
j Denise Rene, on Dec. 23. COSTUMEJEWELftY' -
CONRADNSOr right. Artistic Christmas arrangements 'fall termVas 155. I The Newt Year's Watch night ;
>t 'iBllR15 placed at points of interest i Programs at the school during
EEl vices were successful this
I very 1
!December included the Christmas
the
m party rooms. .
IM with visitors from f
year many
UO.t.r I Guests enjoyed dancing and refreshments -;program- Dec. 18, when children J \

-i r during the evening.. ,I 1m .each classroom presented: ; musical .neighboring, churchesDon't '
sR03+ numbers and poems in the "forget the"School of Mis- \

W/ffffWf TAW$f YT / F WSCS To Observe I auditorium before class parties in. r felons at the Evergreen BaptistD

Ploy "Boobs. ]in the Woods" Car. the Individual rooms.

tooo. Guild Month j Also December. Ranger
head of the Florida Forestry rBICI '
i Members of the Methodist 1\Service in Bradford County, pre- '

WSCS will entertain members t;seated 'a program at the school,' I STARKE. fL'\

Wesleyan Service Guilds One and 1 including films ort fire control and .

That's Our Business Two on Tuesday evening, Jan. 12,Ii a question and answer period for SUN- -, MON-, -TUES.

If It's Glass We Bare IU I at 7:30'o'clock at Fellowship,Hall students afterward. Jan. 10,11,12A t1
1 in celebration >of Guild month. 'New Tear's Eve, Service -,
VISIT
WRITE
z: ? CALL or
Each Guild will hold a short Held At Baptist Church Hole In. The Head t5

business meeting following the Watch night 'services on New, Frank Sinatra. Edward 'G. fiobin,. aJ

_ ? I Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR party. Year's Eve were held at Hampton L son, 'Eleanor Parker r

I Baptist Church Thursday evening _

ANY GLASS NEED I I.Circle Four WSCS- last ,week. as members of the! LISBON ,

We Design Modern Store Fronts church and'visitors "watched" the! Ray MCIand, )1auJ.een'OllaraPlus .. ..

Just Mall Us A Pattern for Circle 4 of the Methodist WSCS old year out and the new 1960 in,. ,Color Cartoon

Table Tops wilt meet with the other circle Two speakers for the evening .. aAT'

Phone FR. 24333ERBOfDS and Guild members at Fellowship included Carl Clarke, pastor ol f Wed, Thurw -.Jan 13, 14 "
1313 NW. 4th PL GalaeaYllIe, Fla.
Hall Tuesday evening for their Hampton Christian Church, and The Rabbit) Trap 8

I regular monthly meeting. Joe Roop of Hampton. Special] Ernest BorgnlneBack ,. ,

:uusie -was, ,J presented, : Leonard. .
LittleVomen Moody of Graham.Refreshmentsof I. L From The Dead "

LAKE eke coffee Marsha Hunt, Arthur Franz t-.. ..:;:,
To Meet MondayWinter and hat chocolate, followed "tht(e Flos Color Cartoon

family night orograms in varioui I
flower arrangements will earlier i in 'she .even- '
NOW SERVING STARKE be the program topic used by leg departments, and song services, and 'thi: FrU; Sat. Jan. 15, 16 BULLINCTON'St

Margaret Douglas at the LittleWomen's guest speakers concluded the even: CHINAGATE

'I 1 Club meeting_on' Monday >ng at midnight. ;Genie Barry, Angle Dickinson

Cooking and Heating 7.50 per Tank evening at 7:30: o'cjock in the PersenaU ,. Nat "'KbsCole"
-s house.Hostesses.
club
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h
and Conk
Misses Cathy Joyce
'
UTILE RASCALS
S'.OQ.per Tank will be Carol Temple', lin and Vicky ,Mosher were hostesses ,, ,
Cooking Only l STUDIO & GIFT SHOP
:. Diane Firth and Pat Harper for a paJaMa ""party at.Mil Varieties.Spanty

1 ton Mosher homeIn ,Hampton ci.j" MacFartand, Daria Hootfalfa < ,
PHONE, 'LAKE BUTLER -.HYATT 6-4351 Monday; Dec.' '23.Sfi.girls'; 'wet
..,. \, Bndnvlieatr and otto
x i TIlC RIGHT POCNT for sae! present. Little( 'Bawals BUY NOW 'FOR FUTURE NEEDS
\ j ..j f' Mrs:: Glenn. Mclntbs]
Joe Shaw way you writ*. com tit sad & Mr' -and' :'I' Plus 2 'Color'Cartoon

', led jour,,favorite E3TK&B&OO9FsusUla l :. Grid,Mrs. Ethel TklweU visited las _t'
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fAGE; toUR .-_': '_ ;BBADFORD; COt&TT TELEoJWiD"8Tnn lnnltma. T1ItT DAY. JANUARY 7, i960

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_. ,_._,_._ .- -,_.- 1 1Farmer's lhGt they are expert pickers. J.: L. Gates, also known as James : and to serve a ropy thereof on. XI'h' nd'J'W ifri frl!
: L. '..&it's; Kittif M. dates: SamuelC. Tiieron A. Yawn. Jr., plaintiffs' I% t-sIffWt< jjf'aw.r 191
editorial. Lane; J. It. JJl'l more; Susie B. attorney, whose! address is: Start -Florida.,
.,t 1S-17 4t 1-7
r'.n Diary And what are the big flocks of McLeinore: John U. Earl Jr.; Hen- Post Office Drawer 7S1 -
rielfk D. Earl: John C. die Thom- tarke, Florida, ," -
)eft gulls doing over at the State lilt "". Pitts: Chaiieg Uollt'rt1- on or before said date as required I. The ("v.at. jr ".II.u"'. ('".rt Of
By _SaID' cGa"eY j Farm? It seems they are a longay bert D. Miller: Vesta D. Miller: br the laws of the State of }Florid" I'rndUrd ( ....t). FloridaIN
Need For Aroused -' / David A. Floyd Belle. A. Floyd; and the 1934:; Rules of Civil Proce '1t E: ]:state of Ella F. Horns-
1?: from home.
James A. Sherman; Irvin E. 'Whit. dure. If you fail to do so, a* decree by deceased.Nulfc .
I ney also known as Ervin P. AVhit- pro wnfesso will be entered again'tron Of Filing Petition For Final
got a small stand from those he As we start the new'year, here's ne;?; James H. FOBI',-all.o known as for the relief demanded in the i)if..:IV l"rc: Of Administrator
May Concern:
I" Public Opinion James H. Fauss! ; LillianV.. Foes; comp'tiiut.: To Alit 'Whom It
J }planted.'I. I hoping that our berry growers .h tin S. Bennett; E. C. Hill; D. P. U is hereby Ordered that this order Not fee *< hertby given that I have
1 ,strike it rich this year. They Edwards; George S. Raster doing Mid Notice shall be publishedonce tiled by final returns aa administrator
'I We i business a. GeorgC. Baxter & each week for four consecutive of> the estate of Ella F
had
'The morals of America I & quiet holiday, because .
are besieged today by
filed
'rould: use a good season. Company; 1C. L. Home; F. J. Prescott week in the Bradford County Telegraph 11urneby deceased; fliat .1 have
an unprincipled force which will! spare no homeor of Alice's illness and missed the and Eddie C Gross, and all t newspaper published Inl'r'ldtord my petition for final discharge and
I '. BmdfoiA County, Florida and having t'-lat I wilt apply! to the Honorable-
family gettogether'with Sam IM Hi-mil ( .rt. Commit. persons claiming any interest by "
community! in its quest for illicit profits. 1 loins in Elizabeth Cnnklin. Plaintiff, vs. through, under or against them or a general circulation in said. Theron A.: Yawn, County Judge of
Jacksonville.
This is the opening paragraph in a strongly 1I Among the llobert T Conklin Defendant, either of them in or to the following Prouty.Witness. Lradfgrd-Oounty, Florida: on January -
nice presents we received were Nnttrp To Appear lands situate In Bradford Coun- my hand as Clerk of said 19th If! 60, at 10:00 o'clock a.
worded January 1 message sent _to law enforcement I fome home-made cookies from Flutidat I. Clmnerrjr.Case ty Florida, to-wit: Circuit Court and the seal! of said m. for approval of the same and

officials throughout the nation by J. Edgar' Frances Hamilton, champion cookie \o. 12-693 .The West Half of Lot 40, and Court Florida at this Starke lath, Bradford December County., fie the final estate discharge of Ella as administratorof F. Hornsby.cfce. ,
Well the To: Robert T. Conklin whose residence all of Lots 41. 42. 5;). 56 and the day
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turkey wasn't the .
Hoover director of the Federal Bureau onJy ; ; and address Is Hamilton X. l1i'! : (! d
of Inves baker, some ae'icious cake from North Half of Lote S7 and 58 of December 1S59.
] thing stuffed at our home on T. (CIRCUIT COfP.T PEAL) Tills 16th
Section IS of Woodlawn according -
tigation. He continued: Hazel Matthews, and a jar of jelly You are hereby notified that a thereof CHARLES:; \. DARBV, Charles }I. 'Schuiitt .
Christmas Day. We ate turkey to the plat or map
!l'om'Mrs. H. H Simpson of High' quit for divorce has been filed ajrain.t the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Administrator of the estate of Ella
"I am speaking of the unquestionably base i individuals appearing of record (in pubic .
Und Alice's special dressing] until you in the above named Bradford County- Bradford County, Florida. Hoinsby, deceased.
of
records
who spread obscene literature across it almose came out our ears, Slings a former resident of Mi- Court( and you are required to serva Florida in Plat Book 1, at Page Tlwc.n .\. Yawn Jr. 12/17 4t 1J;

:our !land through the means of films, decks of and then later Thornton and Joan canopy. i to <'the'l>y complaint of your answer on the or Plaint pleading!ff atttorney. 17 and Northwest embracing the Quarter South (Halfof XVTJi .- -

playing curds, photographs, 'comic' books, salacious ( Hartley [the former Joan K. K. Ferryman,, otarke > of the Southwest Quarter
We ale undoubtedly a couple of Florida, and file the original In tha
Sweeney of Hampton! helped
magazines, paperback books and other pornographIc 1 us fuddy-duddies: but we still think i'f5ce: of the Clerk of the Circuit' Northwest Quarter X\V't, ) of
Clean it up. Court on or before Iha 18 day of the Northwest Quarter (X\\!i)
products. These forms of obscenity i indeed home".made'Christmas
ti at
a ?
present January I960; otherwise the allegations H". Service Needed
of the Southwest (
: threaten the morality of our Nation and Our Christmas tree was a pine carries with ii more of the as of confessed said Complaint by will be taken '* ): the North Half Quarter of the South-
you.
i its richest treasure our young people. spirit! of the Day and that rrumethmg is Tlii notice IIhan'be published: once \\i-st Quarter (S\V| ) of the
seedling we cut on our place Stkutnnest Quarter (SWU): and
that can't bUY eii.-h week for four l'oll-e:1.the
"While o churches and youth organizations money the North Half of the South Half
r.schols. Ulerm Hamilton helped us locate WfvK.s in the Bradford County Tele
of the Southwest Quarter CSC': 1
conscientiously strive to improve the a good one) and after we Ole Man Weather lis bm fussing .graph.; Dated this llth day ot December. of the :Southwest: Quarter (S\V'j)' On your Television set, Radio, Stereo, IIi Fi,
a morals and thinking of our juvenile citizens had it trimmed it looked like aidfashioned during the past week andjeveral !?,,,. 4>f Section 19, Township 5 South,
forces of evil are working the other side of ) tree. 'SEAL) Ianle 22 East Record Player or Car Radio? Are you being
times it looked more like Charles A. Darby, Clerk of the tni: i I' TIXn'u are hereby notified -
: the fence to contaminate all that we hold decent. the north than sunny Florida, but Circuit Court that a suit in equity has been
1 And speaking of trees, Don Py Marian L. Crosby, Deputy brought against you and each of aggravated by poor reception of pro
'The most disgusting part of this assault is that time at his now It has cleared off and is mild Clerk you and also against Bradford
Championhad a busy
our youth is subjected to lurid exhibitions of obscenity again. 12J17; 4t 17! ,'lInnta political subdivision of gram? Then call GOLDWIRE SER-
Christmas tree farm selling ce- a the State of Florida, as defendants
in many of the places where they seek( oars. Don said the mortality rate !. The Circuit Court 01 The F.ljiMh 'W R. U Reddish and his wife :Margaret -
All of which reminds us that it Judicial Circuit Of Florida In And C. Ih'ddilo11" plaintiffs, in the VICENTER for the economical answer to
clean entertainment. i fc, high on cedars and that he only F r Brddfortf County. I" Chancery above entitled Court and cause; that
is little six weeks to
"Despite the splendid public service rendered only a over Case 1S:3Suit ;: the relief bought in said suit (is to the problem. lOn
'TITTTTTTITTTTTTTTTTTTINORTH planting time, and before. long To Quiet Title remove clouds from and to quirtand
daily by the overwhelming majority of advertising farmers -will be breaking land for R. 1... Reddish and his wife Margaret confirm the plaintiffs' title to

and entertainment executives, a small groupof ,SIDE spring crops. Thomas C.J. Reddish Currin,, et Plaintiffs al, Defendants "'8.- iiul'he.fe.isible abate described fee simple lands title thereto as an your home-Refrigerator or Freezer? If

opportunists in these industries are degrading S. aprair.t the claims of you and eachof
Order Of Publication. And Notice you, and to enjoin each of you have ANY problem at all concerningyour
America and its youth. Our young people are And in the meantime, the woods; To Defend from asserting any right claim you
By Sirs. John CowartiAAAAAAAAAAiAAAAAAAAAAAA and there is of of Florida title or interest in and to any of
State
literally bombarded with vulgar motion picture are dry danger In the name of the -
I toAuu; the aforesaid lands; and you are refrigerator or freezer then call
in ; certain movies disastrous woods fires. The Forest summonsed, ordered and required
advertisements some newspapers Mary (in :-s, whose residences hereby
the Service asks us all to be careful : Post Office Box 61S Port Hue- to file your written answer GOLDWIRE for expert
have too often made good on provocative in said SERVICENTER
the complaint
Pastor Kesterson and members and do only controlled burning, trine California and to Donald I* or d..flnl'u
promises in the advertisements; and profanity of the church invite everyone to Mi-Kay; Thom J. Dixon; Elizabeth cause in the office of the undersigned -
and to be sure that a cigarettebutt Dixon. also known as J. K. Oixon; Clerk of said Court at :Starke.: and efficient service.On .
and rapacity are the main ingredients of more attend services in North Side. is out before tossing it out of; Thomas J. Burin: Jeanette E. furrin ''I'adflll'd! County Florida "on or before -

and more screen offerings. A few television( Congregational singing is led 1 by a car. / ; J, p. McCully; John A. Graham; the kith day of January I960

producers, too, sometimes break through the veil( Brother Alvarez with specials 1 by S. your Washing Machine, Dryer, Toaster,

of decency as if some of them l'e.tr'ing to see the pianist, Mrs. Rita Tilly. The Alice is waiting impatiently for Iron, Perculator, Mix Master, Electric
PROFESSION
leader is LEARN A WELL-PAYING
just how much the public will stand.* Recently] Ciadle Roll department her camellia to bloom. It is ayoung t'

considerable publicity concerning :i11'SNealy Carter. bush and loaded with big, Blanket any appliance of any make? Call
we have seen those attending the
II Among general
certain elements in this medium who have sacrificed WMU meeting Monday night fat and buds she can't but it wait is a for late It to variety come( :HAIR STYBEAUTY ANDCULTURE GOLDWIRE SERVICENTER today for your

scruples on the altar of monetary gain. were Mrs. Ola Mae Sapp, Mrs. out.J5he says that having one just
fact that drugstores and Jessie Scott. Mrs. Ida Mae Carter repairs.
"It is also a grievous makes her want more, and that
meeting places for past Mrs.. Evelyn Norman, Mrs variety .
'sweetshops/ pleasant he would love to have a .
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generations now display publications whichd a Myrtle Alvarez, Mrs. Margaret so that they bloomed right For Fast, Economical l, and Efficient Serviceon

would have a place in only the Bi'ovm and Mrs. Johnny Cowart. through the winter. *i *
few years ago Community Missions plans were Accredited State Fast, Modern any of your appliances of any make -

bawdiest of gathering} 'places. These signs of made: along with the associational $5. Board School. Teaching Methods.

I moral decay, tolerated by adults cannot help but pi eject'j : : The'' president Mrs. Cow- We had an unwelcome guest at call. .

debase the thinking of our impressionable teen art,invites every 'woman to take our farm last Sunday. It was a Free Graduate PayasyoulearnWeekly

''I agers. part in this fine work.Friday big, fierce-looking hawk that perched Placement Service. Tuition.

.1 "In 1957 there were nearly eight forcible rapes night will be Visitation in a tree out front. Before
You Must Enroll Now For Jan. 4th Class!
.J t 100,000 inhabitants in the United States. In time again at 7 o'clock. Everyone the hawk arrived the red birds, GOLDWIRE SERVICENTER

I per 1958:> this figure increased ten and one-half percent is invited to meet at the church biuebirds, mocking birds, sparrows PHONE FR 6-4105
for prayer. warblers, and wrens were
36 minutes!
a forcible rape occurring every An.associational meeting will : all our house. Then
flying around CENTRAL HAIR STYLING COLLEGE
shameful state of affairsis PH. WO 4-4975 135 E. CALL ST.
This truly shocking and bE held at Brooker Baptist Church everything grew still, and not until ,

made even more deplorable by the knowledge] 011 Friday at 10 a. m. The women the .enemy left did the little 218 S. E. 1st Street Gainesville Fla. Starke, Fla.

that sex crimes; and obscene and vulgar literature; ate urged to attend ,this meeting' ones" appear. -- .---

Mi often go hand in hand. Sister Alma Thompson would ere -

time for half-hearted, oblique action like each_ Junior Choir memberto .
I 'The Our bird book tells us that
against dealers in depravity is past. Although be present at all meetings for hawks are not so bad and that it

IIII their despicable trade reaps $500 million, a year, .Int! practice. She with has been this choir.doinga Is wrong to shoot them, as they
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wonderful job
FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE
N this diabolical business is costing the Nation On Sunday evening in Training kill rats and snakes and help to(

"' much more than money. It is robbing. our Union Sister Thompson's Junior( keep Nature in balance. That may *

county and particularly our younger generation toys and girls presented a Sword "be so, but we' noticed that when STARKE, FLORIDA ,
III the hawk' arrived our little birds ,
for delinquency in saying "a-
work
it is n seedbed Dull and memory
Ml of decency '
high-tailed" it out of here. The .. .
n juveniles and depravity among all ages. the Books of the New Testament. \ : STATEMENT OF CONDITION _,
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among of hawks may be valuable, but you
must Brother Brown is director
Americans
:: "If we are to survive morally, can't tell that to our bluebirds.
III searchvithin themselves for the answers to Training Union. Condensed from Report to Comptroller'VrV
authorities We are happy to report that .5. ..

i these questions: Have local governing smut Sister Margaret Brown and Sister Have you seen the big flocks of *. ?} :- December 31 1959 !
in' that laws against l
investigated to ensure Ola Mae Sapp /are improving and robins that have taken over around ...,. v .i ..- I
inii in their communities are strong church services. --* vy .
attend
to
salesmen are able here? Apparently they have .
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enough? Is the public outcry of sufficient Sister Carrie Norman and Lea- arrived to help harvest the berry '-- '. *"-- "i*- t 0- .. I

?:: strength to impress local judges with the need roan Norman are ill and are I at crop, and from personal experience Resources -" "/ I

uiui of defending morality by sentencing filth' purveyors the home of Sister Gladys Carter. we can vouch for the fact .....,>"-- ''' .. I
and Sister Verda Johns has been : I
community --r -
uiM maximum terms? Are '
to -- -
with law enforcement called to Jacksonville to the bedside .. d"- -It -- -. .. [Loans and Discount? 1,554,672.95 I
III :
cooperating >
civic groups of her son. Azure, who is ill. .
blight? ":,
1UI UIII authorities in fighting this debasing citizens teachingtheir Other members of his family are _'. Banking House, Furniture '& Fixtures < ,,, .. 13,931.49 I
"And above all are good also ill. We wish them a speedy 1
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will t be, WHEN
'U habits and beliefs which
youngsters recovery.. 'Other Real Estate Owned 361600.00; : I
?. armor against the tainted temptations of Brother Scott invites all of the ,,- '

.41 as ?l'. men who can drive a nail or push .' '
merchants
muck Prepaid ExpensesAccrued 424.31 :
III
IN Although Mr. Hoover's letter was addressed to 1 I a paint brush to meet him at the .1'

', enforcement officials, we take the opportunity church for some enjoyable hours YOU r Interest and Income Receivable ;
Itit law of labor for the Lord. Ladies (of 26,118.00 \
Mat it carries
here in the belief
it
to reproduce" the WMU served refreshments to ....
ItHI 4It i a' message of equal importance to the general the men working at the churcn U. S. Government Securities 2,048,878.26 .:_

lit public. last Monday night. NEED
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41 Too frequently we are inclined to think of juvenile -. Florida County and Municipal Bonds 326,850.10 '
the r vvvvvTT..TTTTuvvvT'
in only .
H crime as.being. a major problem .
metropolitan centers and many of the mosl : Other State and Municipal Bonds 188,118.74 ;>,;? -; -' -

sensational headlines do originate there it seems! CLAY HILL MONEY .

t'MlHI Bat the people of the smaller communities of the ." I Cash on Hand and Due From 'Banks 191,545.23 ,. 2781510.33;

INI nation need not congratulate themselves thai t bl &trs. 9. I.. Strickland -

they have escaped the full impact of the prob. .... ..i..........&. .. I

ill IIHI:: lem. As a matter of fact, the FBI increased reports thai almost ..l Senator Tom Adams and his!; SEE US' TOTAL" _4,387,139.08

; arrests for major crime last year ,_ wife visited with the Buddie Wil { -, # ;
25
under
N twice as much in communities of kinsons of Clay Hill Sunday after _' ,. ', .' .-Ji.. -

ill 000 population as in those' above that figure noon and enjoyed supper with i I .f :... .}' e : :"'t"; ,.' > -, __ _-
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exact. ; >
m to be : t yvX. "'
12.6 per cent as against 7.1 per cent, them. ,. .:r f>:"' :" Liabilities" 1.. : ,
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[I There ls. a lesson in Mr. Hoovers message foi f Betty' Jean Padgett [Mrs. Bobby --- .7P .. '. ..:;<.'...., -- '. 'q .- -

community, large or small. The problen 1 Padgett] is back home again: : !' ;.,_"' ...",..}! .!_ : -;_ : .. ,_, """ 1f.! -* ,_ _1. '. : ,**:--.3' ,.

is every not entirely) one of law enforcement. It is alp<> after a lengthly' visit with her re- .LO'UPTO -. Capital i Stock : l; i( :f;' F'. 150,000.00.f ?' '

Mives in North Carolina. .. .
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opinion. :: -. : : .\ ;; ,
.J a matte: for aroused public Air. and Mrs. James Griffis oi '

Lawtey visited with the Strict: Surplus; _.<:. ,> 225,000.00

For lands at Clay Hill Sunday after J:'_ < ;
I No Room Rocky- noon. .. Undivided Profits ,'o ,! -.; 23441.50 398,441.50

a = went to the The. .
: Delight and dismay,. depending on the politic; 1 dim Strickland .
: "
viewpoint, greeted Gov. Nelson Rockefeller's sur. vai Medical Center in Jacksonville ''Reserve for Contingencies ''126,090.85
IIM on Tuesday for his regular check $60-0 .
announcement that he would no lie a carrY i' '
: prise Mrs. Hazel Griffis of High -
up.
didate for the Republican presidential nomina- land was also !hi Jacksonville oc Reserve for Taxes, Interest, Etc.. :. ,;. ,',--t,., f <-,r _:-- 39393.00
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tion. Tuesday. I 'i' f" & < \

Y Senator byndon B. Johnson summed it up bes t Grandma Wilkinson is slow: -- I \ l' Interest. & Income Collected,.Not-Earned. -- 6 > ; 39,912.57
$ f
when he remarked: "It has been obvious foi r improving from her recent illness ,> ;;_ 1 '... .
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... some time that there is no place in HTe nationa I The Sunday School last enrollmenl the week. "Folks ,Find Us- I .'Deposits : .:'f-' '{ '{ : 3783301.16
vas revised during '
and progress B ,
the
for able '
Republican** Party Those who were not attending foi; Friendly" t. :::-"i.3Sfe: ..; '. -. ", ., -1---: 0
'M Governor. ,. long time were dropped from trw -t. '- } -
a
Y Now the Old Guard diehardswho are rein:' roll of 120. This left a total oiIO& t I .i.I'. :_l-,;; ,:. : TOTAL 4,387,139.08

4 the heart of the Republican Party, can sit bad c including the Extention Del 10 CAL FINANCE **," ,

, : and take it easy with "their, !boy," Richard Nixon l* partment of 20. There were 5J; -

pitsent for Sunday School las, : :
faY
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week. This has been the average 1

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wrt FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY JJEWFAPCB I. '1 last Sunday. ((2 Doors From Post: Office) iiONE K .I'T: "S T-A.RK: : :'& l
.8 22 enrolled ii ; ,
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EST. 187SCNDIH. CONTISOCBLT There are now PHONES, __. _._ ',. ,'_" ,_ .0.- ',__ __ ._. "_ __<
Timing Union. Some .were droppc -

4 : .'THE SAKE MASTHEAD.Eeh rh111,1ed horn this moll, also, WO 40101 and,,WO 4-0111 OF 23 BANKS OF THE FLORIDA NATIONAL CROUP MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP

11, Tk. sad E.tre4 .. teeard CUM ttftttt t .sv. Chism's message Sunda: Mrs. MarguenteJIall{ t Sign 1 : i
*.t tk..r.n.Otllt.. ar Starfce rta.-nitr-.ltfvf' .1M'I*. m ,'ning was based on Psaln .' ". -"' .. .

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THURSDAY JANUARV 7 1960 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE.; FLORIDA PAGE FIVK

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Chief Of StaffDr. II I,
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Mand NNCy -I .
D. M. Christoffers was : .

elected Chief of Staff at the December NEWEST"t

,21 meeting of the medical REDUCE
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staff of Bradford County Has ;
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pital. Dr. A. J. Barry was elected

vice chief of staff and Dr. P. GFelos ffIC'J' ; FASTEST _

secretarytreasurer.The T I
By G. T. Hugging program consisted of a :

filmed demonstration and discussion PORTABLE.
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County Agent of x-rays and radiation. fA'iGUE ;
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Test Soil-More Profit sows to farrow through February PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH I -' TYPEWRITER

Thirty-six samples of soil were 1960. Sunday Church School, 9:451!
sent to the laboratory for testing The number of sows to farrow
a. m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m
lait week. The tests showed that i I:at different seasons of the year,is Sermon topic "The Holy Bible ,$ IN THE r 1ai
25 of the areas represented need- estimated to be 4 or 5 per cent "
And How To Use It. Youth Fel
s ed a liming material. About 15 greater. I
6 p. m. Evening Worship WORLD I
samples: ; were lcw in magnesium.This With this hog situation in the ,.7:30 p. m. Sermon topic "Now.' .

indicates that the liming : com belt, we sure will feel the effects I Tuesdaycircle meetings. I bock Spring tension s J

material should be dolomite which I ; of market and price changes Wednesday Mid-Week Praycr '] : "

'contains magnesium. that! take place. Service. 7:30: p. m.Thursday All nylon '

.4 ;One vample from a pecan grove Two or three things we must Communicants bearings
I !indicated the soil to be low in f
consider are (11 Select fast growing Clr.ss 3:30: p. m. .n
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calciuir, magnesium and potash. meat type breeding stock. 121) Friday Choir practice 8 1 p. Bock tilts

These three elements can greatly Control worms and lice. 13[ Balance m. of independently sea;

effect toe crop and. quality of out the feed with a little

nuil ;..utein. (141 Do what is necessary HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH

Thfcse aresome of the thingswe to save more pigs per litter.I EASY
learn about our soil .when we I talking Hope Baptist Church.. Theressa, ...c
know from visiting and
have it tested. Samples properly seen miles south of Starke orSt. No.2810 .
that we need to work on this .
taken will tell you things about 100. Rev. Samuel S. Cuth- TERMS
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program. Toomany $3995
phase of our hog T'
the fertility your soil that will the bat Pastor.
lost during
be important to the growing of a pigs are Sunday School. 10 a, m. Morning -
I week. YEARS AHEAD FROM
I first 11 bj
specific crop.Applying Worship a. m. Message
liming materials to :Market Talk the pastor "God's Method for Increasing ANY ANGLE

I jour soil might be your most important What was one of the key items Your Income." Training I Increases efffdency by eliminating fatigue. You can N'E W.
, that made the recent pecan auc- Union 6:30 Evening Warship -
step soil in fertility.restoring Liming or maintaining can- tion sales probably the greatest 7:30 p.p.m.m.Series of messages adjust it 4-ways to fit your body.Molded foam I IN STYLE..SPEED..SPIRITHere's I

be one of your best insurancesfor success ever? One answer is grower on the Book of Revelation' rubber seat, covered with latest Fabri-coated mate- \' .

good crop production., participation. by R: the pastor. Topic this week rial. Will that's NEW inside
not stain, crack or peel. Brushed aluminum a portable ALL .
Jt Is important that' good samples There was enough indicated I "Ihe Joy of Worshiping the SavitJur. -
be taken. You cannot volume of pecans to attract at), ." frame. Solid base. equipped with kick plates and and out! Galasie gives better typing with less

GUESS needs for lime. You Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Prayer .. effort than: ever before. Trace its moderrfMines.
your _
pros-et I top bearing casters. Seat size 16% x 14t% x 2? .
sprinkle a little powder on a little meeting followed by choir re- Try its responsive touch. You'll see why the

soil or smell it' and tell whether made the contacts and buyers hearsal. Mr. Fred Dodd, director I Smith-Corona Galaxie is everULingou ever

the need is greater for calciumor were presen. and prices were
magnesium. tood. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS "EXECUTIVE" Arm Chair :: wanted ui a portable.

Little About 1101'STen' bring this now? Be- CHURCH
Why up
Colorful, impressive, the last word in
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Sunday Scnool, 1C a m.; Mom'
corn-belt states usually account cause the same thing can happen ,
JX Evangelistic beauty. Brushed aluminum, satin '
a. m.
for 75 percent of the total with the strawberry season com ing Worship ;
be secured services 7:30 D. m. smooth frame and base. Tilt seat with i FREE: frcm Snuli. Corona .
number of hogs. The hog picture ing up. Buyers can
for Wednesday Prayer Meetlnj adjustable tension and adjustable I with Smith-Corona A
volume portable.
in these states last year was when there is enough every
height. Swivel /
ball-bearing
about 6 per cent larger than 1958. competition. We all feel that ifeyer9 casters. u. complete touch typing course on
CHURCH OF 'JOD Seat size; 19'/j"x 17'/2"x 2i".
The number of sows .expected grower supports the market
records!
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Morn-
Sunday School, 10 A. m. 95
to farrow during the fall of 1959 the pecan auction experience 'will VALUE
11 a. n. Sunda; I
tog Worship
has been estimated at 4.5 million be repeated. Don't sell in the R
Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YP1!
Then{\liUI be about 4 per cent less .Held or bargain on a set-off deal.
Service Wednesday 7:45 m
p.
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.... 1"1_ "" 1 Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m
Craniu Gray Oak Leaf Grn ... Brown
Home Demonstration CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST No 23-0 .. Saddle Ton Terra Cotta Wino '
Sapphire Blu and left pastel l shads of:
; Notes 'LATTER DIY SAINTS $7950. Coral..AppU Grttn..Ruu.t.
, k Services each Sunday m oW /
byDOROTHY Masonic:Hall on E. Call St. Sunday i

School 14 a. m. Sacrament > -

&Z : :. Home Demonstration ROSS AgentNew Service ';30 p. m Everyone we-- ... -- _. <-4-:_ -., '..'":;. :: ..,. ."XV. _..> -' '.' <- '.' '-. ,. -r-_ :,:. ,
come.
T.1FIgureWorKk -;
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Year's Resolution booklet entitled "Deer -,Fun to I
The'holidays are over, resolutions Hunt, Fun to Cook."-It covers AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morning .
have been made and everyone care of deer in the field and in
I Worship 11 a. m. Training: : I
'is settling down to the -, the kitchen. Unpleasant experiences' .
jeguTif.
j routine.once more.- \rith"venisdh on the table Union ',6:45' "p;. m Eventag 'Wor? I : .. ., NOW AT HALF THE COST-
C' j
Midweek : 4" '' .
ship. 8:00 Prayer "
: m. : '
L _' And speaking of resolutions are usually due to lack of care p. .:J : : ":;i :
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Service 7:30 m. : & i
Wednesday p. rH' i
Home Demonstration members before it reaches the kitchen. The ,.,. ,.:.A.. .' : ::
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welcome. ',,, .
1 Everyone .. a spy
booklet cooking methods for ': : ., :: \ .. y ; }
gives /
end friends have' resolved to findout .., .,. : ;:: : : ,. ) "" HALFTHESPACEOF/tNY
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how they are spending their the various cuts and soma suggested MISSIONARY BAPTIST ::: ',: .. ".:"iK->:' .,;{ : {il/: ( 1 : ..

To do this start- recipes.. BUY'A'. ,. 'EW.-f'.. ,, ,:,t. ,
money. they are : ::> :" ; : :; '" I
School 9:4& Morn-
Sunday : a.m.
lug this,month to record their expenses Let us hear from you if interested 11 : ; OTHER OFFICE ELECTRIC
ng TTrrsnip a.m. Evening: \ :;
; in a record book obtained in a copy..Contest of the booklet. Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting : REMINGTON RAND"TOPflfohb .

from the Home Demonstration Meat Judging each Wednesday 7:30: Everyone .
MJlee It IS a very simple proced Linda Cox of Starke and Kathy p.m. YOU CAN ENJOY THE
I welcome.-ttev. H. H. Molt :
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ure. Just record expenses the Jones of Lawtey met in the pastor. :

I in the agent's office last Tuesday to
rte"dar you spend money

prop *' column in the book. This i iI I tudy slides,showing cuts of meat. a1V; RIVER MACHINE BENEFITS OF POWER.I' .

way you won't be so apt to forget. The two 4-H girls are learning to BAPTIST CHURCH ADDING

The book is designed to help identify cuts of beef veal, lamb Sunday School, ,,10 a. BL .Per- I -

l families keep 'accurate records I and pork. They will be part of a skip Hour. 11 a. m. fiveator: Serve ---- --, TYPING ON THE NEW

more easily. If farm and home : team from Bradford County to ..: 1 p. to. Prayer Meeting each 6E .

records are properly kept and enter the meats judging contest in Wednesday, 7:30: p.m.MAYOR'S .

1 used, they will: Ocala on Jan. 16. i ( J !l SMITE-CORONA \ I

' 1. Help you find the strong; andwer I Beautifying Home Grounds COURTOnly '- Q I
in farm and I Now is the time to plant shrubs s sB
k points your
and fruit'trees. \ Electra t 2 :; I
home business. Gentry ofIleilbronn one case wav handled ixKayor's : \f'f'E S
2. Provide the necessary infor- Mr."and Mrs. Jimmy Court on Monday, Dec. .
to '
reports for are making plans -
mation ,for preparing ,
I' 28.: Willie Mitchell was tried for -rER -
and income tax beautify their home grounds. sw
social security s "
resisting arrest, disorderly conduct '
making 'household They want to enlarge their >
purposes and for and public intoxication. He fk.r :x 4v
t grounds and surround it with an \it7'1 CAR Rl ; I
budgets. ;
,,
'A as found guilty of the first two
You ,will find that record keeping attractive hedge. They also plan I
charges: and fined $105 or 20 days.
is easy and will prove to be I to mrie use of the existing,shrubbery .1 : _
The charge of public intoxication
will record your by moving it out from the 'c.J
interesting if you I was dismissed.On ,, .. ..
promptly house. In the spring they plan to ..
t expenses If you want one of these record root azaleas and other plants togo Monday, Jan. 4, the cases "............. -

books, ccntact the Home Demon- in the yard. All of this calls in Mayor's Court included: -_ .. W"/
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and work but Walter Woods, no driver's:: license
planning
euatlon office in the courthouse. for some
it will be $27.50, bond estreated. i
r Telephone WO 4-2865 or write think how attractive i f'
post office box 267, Starke. I'Next year!I We don't mean they Eugene Smith carrying con- : WOOD'S FASTEST lCEYo.u- '- tg r. .

I will get all the work done in one realed weapon. $52.50, bond es
Deer Booklet fASTEST 8ECAWE| JtttflfSTI .
I I because that is almost impossible trea ted. '' ,a 5 r ,

I He have in the office a new I'year but they will be well on Harold Norman, reckless driving Come in or call for a fret.demof\f ion t : :M.

the way.Calendar. by improper passing $27.50,, r 4 .S .1' s e lO
Of Club Meetings bund trea ted. y

\ iot9St Home Demonstration; Clubs will Roy Starling, public intoxication I w s I. y v TM f

nifet, on the following days this and using profane languageon I N ./ M wx

t month and all interested l ladiesare street $55 or 10 days. 'l'fM'DESKn'fUEi' t
ct666HAIR invited to attend. The meetings' -
Linwood Crawford, reckless
will start at 2 o'clock in the .
riving( ,by excess speed $27 JO. j1 j jx
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afternoon. 'c
bond estreated. lfx<
Wednesday in ,
First
Brooker Edwin Bert Miller, failure to er,
the month at the Community have vehicle under control $$27.50 j : '
OFF i
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Center. Bond was refunded and Miller wasgut t:! F _
FOREVERUnsightly Heilbronn Second Thursday' on probation. wmne, ji

in. a member's home.State .
Serge Griffith, running red
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Farm- Third Tuesday in
!light. $12.50, bond estreated. s
Mradab1e desk '
Excess_ Facial the Community Crater.; Leigh,Ona DeHaan, running red r c '1L.}

Hair: Removed Lawtey Third( Wednesday in light, $12.50...., bond estreated. ... a safe for valuablefbawers -/1,

Permanently 'l.f I Mrs. P. I> Dinkin./ home., M VH V HH BM for cheeky

comm mity., was born in Greeceon Ides few l knew = '
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Rites ,SaturdayFor Dec 20, 1893. He at one time .-- ... '. _. -.. ... :-, *.-"!",
Compartmentsdrawers -
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Edmund operated a small clothing storeun -.,-
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N. Veziropoulos, the.highway near the north lor stationerycod ,- "-' y -: '(

Dwyer MerchmtNicholas city.limits and in more recent index:cords, I '
Local \
px years had a grocery store on E. ii : 1s.I 1s.

Electrologisl $ Washington street. He was a ..- 'Bradford
who "
Veziropoulos. 66.
of St. Nicholas Greek }
member;
I IW&U
hid been a merchant in ,Starke 13 '
I Orthodox Church at Tarpon J198 .
107 W, University Ave. for many years died In his sleep I Springs. '

Gainesville FR 2-8039., Thursday night. Dec, 31* Surviving are two sons. Manuel add= any room.A complete .

,.. .-.. _...I Nick as he was known in the and Anthony Veziropoulos; one into one hand J Jsome
unit protected by two strong
brother, John Veziropoulos; and .< outer doors under rock"ond-key.

two sisters Mrs. Afraty Kappa __ ; Heavy gauge steel 32H"wide, 60"bigh C- Telegraphfwhh
DeWITT C.. JONES' and Mrs. Maria Kouliourotioa., allor T '_ ,,19T deep.Green or Cole gray.G.o .ouoty

FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE\ SERVICE Greece.
+a.d Wolauf/MoVegony or fonty
,held, at
Funeral
PHONES: WO 4.2600 WO 4.2610 services were ; additional.
]0 a.m..Saturday in the DeWitt J15.00 .i.... : -
*famish the 1 tervfee at lowest' and accept
VP prices
hijheat
: type : C. Jones Chapel' with ,Rev: R. E. I

ANY.We. Insurance policy la force* braed-by ANY company; M UaeBlaine,. pastor of St. Mark's AJI-yOUl important papers at.your -. T> ..,4

payment 'tis :part"or to! full on funeral sendee Consultation Episcopal Church officiating. finger tips. The retractable desk .rx U -
rarrtca no obligation. Final-rites and burial were held 9
-, Monday in Tarpon Springs. .
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cents per gallon, and tractor t o oil]f year?,.in .order to get .maximum the. hospital. insurance program. ; on the intranet.discussion,
Commission Accepts Streets Opens at 83 cents, gallon with '! of windbreak cedars ,
per equip- 1 use your Commander Goodmah urges all i hich..should'btf.ofUrteflyst. ( : ;_ to all.

sent ,furnished. i.J1 while they; affitrd full, protectionfor ytterans ,and Legion members toj 1 Reireshmentsz'wW-bc served,

I ,Alvarez Service' Station, small citrus. sttend this meeting and to sit in t titter the meeting &Is :'tJosecl.Seflh .
Bids Elects Chairman gasoline 4.55 cents per gallon ;* .
Bishop PYG It iPlll be slow: ;stork establishing '" ;<
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uiah ; ''
veft prevailing posted price F a a cedar proWctec1'citrus, orchard,
...r. I and.motor oil at 40 cents per but when you finally njet'one Into

:4 Formal acceptance of paved the board for a permit to sell \quxrt. full p production you 'win have Rent k.Trade: It

vtieets in the Keystone Club EsXatea beer on Sundays. He reported that Two bids were submitted: for insurance : ya ; something or rear value. Also, if

housing 'development was beer is sold on Sunday in Key ,coverage on county trucks.' S is well cared for you will have a

tn.de by the Bradford County stone Heights, a few miles to the ,The board accepted the bid presented really permanent producing, orchard WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

Jpommlsfcion Monday after notification north of his location, and in 'Mel- by -H., C. Wall Insurance as well as a. timber pro..

by engineers Willets and [rose, a short distance to the south. Agency. .for fleet Insurance duction:acreage CLASSIFIED DI*>FLAT .... ___ ?.... HiS ftt I&4. ,klait iuertIt
JIcMillan, that' the: streets m The White Top is in Bradford age costing' $666.95 per year tOyer-I 'b- We are told that l large citrus Irate prn INCH FOR !4MB An RFPEAorEf.g Ali ieM Thin!
uestion had' been reworked and County, while Keystone and Mel- policy will save. the.county r -
groves once dotted. the landscape CARDS OF THAiK Ttpaired according: to* recommend- rose are in adjoining counties. $330. on insurance! this year, it r in this section of' Florida, but OVFR M WORDS .____ 4WRMORMI. C.... Per.WeM
jltlons ubmittedtothe board on The board agreed that Mr. Par- was sad.After : ,
that .1ridustf1.'moveef farther .* AND RR'OLFTIO\* __ 4 fttfffe e. "...l
November 30. The engineers reCommended discussion of the
dee bo recommended for the permit poor 'r, r; rs o Fouth after the so-called "Big .
q
that the streets be and turned the request over condition of some ,of the bridges tr Freezes" In the late 1890's.. 'Although +.. wnqo OR t s'ee. o.. .....pH.. .",.t.... r..1't"" : ..ftf
Slow accepted. in the county: the board decided "
to, the county attorney for any most of 'the citrus trees EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER M ___.-.:.?_ __._,,- 'w *e 1 'W."
e Enclosed .with the letter waS a legal steps that might be neces-. that since,.it. Pas the authority to were killed ,in those disasters, 80% DISCOUNT OX:' REPEAT IMERTlOM JAtttt 'AU -

'Ipvinonth maintenance bond pro- sary. Although Sunday beer sales make resolutions to:protect its .1 .' :y 1 score of the old .original stand ise ADDITIONAL FOR BIJXD:' ADS OR ADS SOT PAID u' A1I, Y.1IaL I

J'kied by the Duval Engineering are' prohibited by some munici bridges and toads load-limit : :survived 'and, are still bearing/;to. "

io,. .favor.of Bradford County palities no one knew of any laws signs should be posted on 'thebrJctse day demonstrating that: citrus WE HAVE a new loin prc>rraa for FUR RET 2 bedroom'; furnished

:j This action apparently closed a.. &lIpUr.&ble'in the county preventing .. The clerk will request can' be grown successfully ,in this farmers. Loana, of 1 to C yen I Itouaeon. Klpgs I ) y Lake ,A'vaUa'ble:
dnontlvs someone from the State Road Department ; for the entire credit requirements Jan. 1 to' Jane. Phone. WO4-4:6l.
-long controversy during 'such sales. .
; area if properly,cared for and '
pro of the farmer and his fa.m- . tfchg'FOR
wblch the board had refused to Nine bids were received by the .to estimate the'proper tected..' ily. Gainesville Production Credit! .
load limits the bridges and AssoclaU u, $20 North Vain. 4Ai br
on :
accept paved streets for maintenance SALE ;- !. lath' uI. -
board from local suppliers for the So whether you would, like to Gainesville; Fla.. Uch,- ,
latiiip Heaters AtSta.ke
: Can
make recommendation' k'
to the .aeen.
a n'
In ,
thenew' .
development due county's annual requirements of The ,Author And Wife 'have. a few .trees for family use, Builders: tfchg
,&,o the fact, it was claimed, that fuel oil, kerosene, diesel fuel, board. or are considering: a more ambi RADIOS! REPAIRED .,- '>""P. "
AU sate.Au lnde4. .
Hhey had been improperly sur- tractor oil, gasoline and motor oil. vA right-o1-way contract between .. full-scale Iuseealle kanre Isat..tess PEno FLORIST'
tious planting of a lit',8.;. TUOMP80X ST.PHOXR .
,5 aced: ,and. were' already deter- lor- After reviewing the bids, the fol, the State, Road Department arid Citrus; Possible In This Section", ;. :srove-go ahead and set' them SHEPHERD!.... Gren.RADIO Owaer TV'. TCO 4W41U
ating. Bradford County DISTIfCTIVB FLOWERS
signed by
lowing were accepted: was oat. But be sure you plant. your 41%: E. Call St. Pk..e WO 4tMlsurke ,WE WIRE <4
t. Harold Norman chairman of. the FU. ._.. .. .FLOWFIft1jVWUER........ ., .
t C. A. ,Pardee. owner of the Sinclair Oil Co., fuel oil at 11-37 wind-break'first! .,,. .JUE" ,- ,. :
:White Top' Drive-In State kerosene' board. .The. contract provides for "'.' RUQDE CBSEBf BOS
; on cents per gallon and ffith COLONIAL FLORIST
Proper Use Of Windbreaks
the .use of secondary:road money To See J'>od Care for you etoild.Fair'
Jtbad 21. between Keystone 12.07 cents per gallon. ; Legion : Only .F. T. D. Florist in Starke. lUtes. Licensed Pbone vWO 4-JOi,
to the 'Q Flowers wired Flower
eights and .Melrose, applied to Shell Oil Co., diesel fuel at 16.2, cover ,expehst' f'constructrion Wild:Life'Film.Shown.B : tor all occasions any locally.place. Phone litN. Thompson tfcbg.
of tJ. S. 30i. south. 'Ib county :
1 r-' ', ---- ----- will provide the State Road .., CBy":'J.. U.TullisI doubt that the steady ,passing. Forester .WO 4-S281. 506 East Nona SL tfchg .ro TALE' :
( j fhose cold \\1Pds.'for several hours Ready mix-'eongrete; concrete. bloc*,
Department with jt 'title search FOR'
RENT-Furnished
apart- ,
; M2nynew'.or'pospectivi: F1 rldians..as.'w com- fence posts -aand cemnt.
of the'property involved., after before dawn was the cause'of tree pients. Reasonable rates. Near Motar mix rock seEt\oyster rhel6idmcrock.Pnone
A wild and
: film life
All ; : U'-aS others who have UnkS and'branches frozen on range shopping center. Phone WO '-%011or ,WOi-2S2t,'
Types! of Pest Control %Work which it.will proceed to acquirethe long'beeH-iettled:'in this, area, t1 being protection:will highlight the .first 5VO, 4-0771 evening or call at 213 i EnglBeeiag Ce. Bradford
land necessary for right-of- ,' of the for A- S. Cherry St. (Shell CM! Co. Office.)
WOUld'. 1dou'bt d1y ,like to have.a meeting new year, ttchg
way. Now, how .can such losses, be mericah Legion Post 56.- The" FOR SALE Swatt Potatoes. 12
session
TERMITE CONTROL few.tor. many] .citrus trees io producefrUitfor'their per bu. at farm: JH niles) N. of'1I0
PEST AND RODENTFree A letter _was read. from the : own .table useor prevented? I is scheduled for 7:30: p.: 'in.i on Bayiess Highway Lucian Conner -

Household andCommercial State Road Department approvingthe market. :Well why don't they The' obvious answer seems to i Tuesday, Jan. 11, in the Legion HASTINGS MATTRESS\ ,_ tfchg

CONTROL construction of boat ramps get'busy .and,set qut as many trees'i be: grow'.windbreaks at the ,same home on N. Temple Avenue. The I & UPHOLSTERY WORKS

Hampton and .Sampson lakes. The as 'they."need? tine.'you' grow citrus. film will be presented by J. J. 710 Lemon SL PaUCka Call &For'

N- Inspections and Estimates, -- Department: will install the necessary The answer,;01, course, is freezing : :Frostproof,' -oliaged, quick-. Hodges; County Ranger; with the Furniture Repaired, Upholstered '
concreteslabs for the frost danger- growing native cedars are' best Florida Forest Service.
.. that damages FIRE'
Satisfaction
Fully Guarantee on All Services land. Since Post Commander Seeber Goodman & Refinished
ramps on the county's many little trees. ,every year and suited for this job. Three rows of *

the county does not yet own ne- kills.'part oz4IsoLthen; ) .',dluring a I red cedars, planted! at six-foot 'in- announces that several mat- MATTRESSES REBUILTNew AUTO

cssary property,. contacts will be tig freeze 'such'-as'We h din- the t tuyalStn staggered rows six feet ters of importance are. slated for Innerspringsand HOME OWNER. '

Visit Our Garden Supply Store & Pet Shop rude by members of the board in winter of 195859. This frost- apart, .should make & pretty good : this meeting, including trailer Box Springs LIFE

&n effort .to acquire the land for freeze condition applies only to windbreak'' 'in four. or five year park improvements proposed fair Drop Us a Card or Call ALL LINES OF

this purpose: citrus planted north of.a line running for your one. or two year old seedlings buildings, rentals and property im- PALATKA EA 5-9166 PERSONAL AND

The clerk read a'letter from the east and west near the town, planted' year or' so after provements. Plans for the coming STARKE WO 4-5831 I BUSINESS INSURANCE -

City of Starke in. which the City of Mount Dora. planting your: windbreak.The conventions and elections' will also MRS. PEGGY SHALLER. Starke '

Council asked for the widening of v As a IOng-time'resident. of Key- ground to.be' used for your be' discussed. Agent

State Road 16 from",city limits to stone Heights I have been curious grave should be downwardstow'ard' After the business meeting, a
sloped
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insurance ''tfehg H. C.
City limits including sidewalks and to know why some local citrus' I representative of the' : %.WALLAQENGY'
i culverts The Commission! agreedto the south; or be_level-no linnthat Candles the group hospital -
groves were badly injured, while'r. FOR KENT Furnished apart. -
'make this request when the neighboring hill tops. Be very careful to keep I insurance pan"offered mem- ment at rear of store building at
standing only'few
PHONE members attend the annual meet- groves fl3.l1 of your trees [both citrus and bers of the Legion will discuss 321 Temple Ave. Contact Mrs. .
z 'rods away, suffered'little or. t Maude Mott at McCarthy's Garage, 't- : ': ,
A AND ing at which proJect'priorities are no freezing damage! ] well watered at all. times miles on Raiford Rd. tfcbs 'k.wanCe SpetiBli ts"
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WO 4-3965 l presented to the,SRI In Gaines- during: the first year or two. -

T MICAL CO. ville in March II\ was also agreed Finding' the:; answer.proved'easy, Brown :caves: or branches around w. c. T. (
Neilb. .Malphura Hf to notify.the City Council that it when I, made,an investigation of I the. bottom near-: the ground, "EVERY DAX AND, EVERY Director Box 1190. Starke or call A: vr. Y : l..
will be expected to appropriate several .groves.In everyone. that i means thaL.your trees.need a HOUR, WO 4-3071. or visit Adult Edna'tnoa JACKIOX IU11L'DLV'O'VPPLT

Manager lunds'for'a portion of the cost of was undamaged and loaded with i irtrink j right .away. ."if "they': loseblenches BOOZE:''GETS SOMEONE IN ITS ttona'l Office.Information USO Bldg. for. t add c !gT41ILR .Rear. MauIr:Of. Big qa..k'* Factory.. .

re-routing'U.'S.' 301 ,within the fruit, I fOU' 1dthat., a ;dense forest that:"will leave>a: .hole ,POWER; ':.. U W..kres'tw.tb1t.HERE..Tterkaces't

city limits, and also for. the Highway !arid mixedshrubbery; ; ? ;:growth just in. the windbreak that..cannot> ..be. STRIPS. HIM OF HIS: SELP-RE-" free labor.MADE Mrs. Peggy DRAPERIES Shatter SO* 'x'w ant B.t seed It: THERE.b.lldiael .., .."n..

16 rlgit-of-WSy-'v.heI; : arid if north or hbrtheas bfit had:kept patched and will.spoil.its effectiveness -.. 'SPECTt: 'I'f I 12. Adkius St. phone WO 4-59S4 tfchgComplete fetery "e ctl>(toa : :
those, freezing;; cold : Coat .tn.4leak. amid eat 11
this .undertaken.,. winds frojn COMPLETELY :
project I LIFE
LEAVES HIS .
tine nUfe1 f Tee ServicePruning y nS'rtli nut of the Another would 'be ..
The" meeting was concluded suggestion to WRECKED"NATIONAL Rub Cfcame t Rat It far y 'U
citrus., trees;, Careful .examination keep' the 'trunks of your citrus ; VOICE). DeMossUf taU W04-4Ml: tfeas
SHOP with) the election of H.; A. Bishop of many t ( I ,- Bracing -

.. JrJ as.chairman for I960; and Mrs.. ,: ". injuredtrees.left, ). t .: littler trees .very short' the.. first 'few _Cavity Work.- TreejEe FOR RENTroom: toforafshed
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r apartment 'vrith large" hall tad private -
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S S Jessie.Ch Stab as' vice 'w1nn 1i.T. '- >moral TransplantbigJ'
drive' way an Jt Lake St. CaD
SHOP .;Frank.Landrum was appointed Sapp's Tree SurgeonsPETE Wh 4-4594. tfchy
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bounty Attorney for: the new SAPPOwner FOR RENT OR SALE J bedroom
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year. ; R. E. Jones :was renamed unfurnished, house at 18ft N. Cherry
: STARKE PHONE WO 4-S963 ?t. Rent -reasonable Floy4 Green.phohc .
: Don't Your New Car I toad, superintendent'.and: Ed Norman :: WO t-UU. tfchg
Buy 1 reappointed courthouse Jan- IT'S ILLEGAL
HAVE: ,OPENING -4n kindergartenfor
toi and grounds keeper, .
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Priest.Ztchg
: several children Mama
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the First .1 II?
Stop .
.. : on Persuaders' .. : : : ,:
Hidden : : < FOR RENT .- "J i>,bedroom furnished
: houtt.> 'on 'Kinsley Lak9--AH year
Discussed At Rotary reuad. Apply Sam Rpsenbtr.


GO, ANYWHERE FOR A PRICE By' Local' Pastor, : '. "}. :fF: .Any Person or Persons to Engage. !tark.FOR furnished liKNT-J. -house-t -, on '..Completely Kingstey tfchlr-

f"- "Hidden Persuaders" used iy>
The '
: Lake. Central heat.. Year '- round.
to, away the.publc'tiiinakingdC-: : Mr*..O. L:- .P ,sley, .499 N. Walnut

BUT elisions' as 'to what and when,to : PBusiness Under Fictitious Name Unless t !ot. Itch*

buy were discussed at the .Rotary FOR SALE =- Cable .Upright Piano.
:.., Annlv Uii'.. Church St.. 8tp 1114
Rev. ,
Club Wednesday .by Barry 1 .
: : '
Van Deventeiy pastor of the FirstPresbyterian : .i: -- 'f,.' FarmaU Super A
FOR A BETTER DEAL SEE FOR SALE -
Church. The.speafr ." .... ..-,1: (::" ,:; ; ," ".. ,-r for Expert Tree Surgery Call Our Tractor with' equipment- W.
-.1" Agent South St. C. C, Hutcheson. 2tp H7( |
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er took his 'topic from the.book ,; ( The Name I Is Registered t" : .
..:, -,., /. .: ,, 221 N. Temple Phone WO 4-3964 '
::4;.", . Sitter ,will
of the same title, which 'exposed '. r.. .. : .,I" EXPERih:NCED Baby
;,1.-, ... ', '.r'1 wortat yoqr borne or uine. Urs.
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LARGE STORAGE'SPACE For
methods used by'adVerUaing ex ; .i WO4-OOS3.
H. K. Mcqee. phone
Billy DowlingAcross ecutives on .Madison Avenue in : rent. Call \VO 4.5934. Itch& I I Itchg 1/1
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New York. 'He said that con-to ;.; ( ( : Read'This Florida Law Urge Seedling or small pecan numbers.trees for sale In LADIESSee

sumers are actually persuaded ... S : A. J. THOMAS for jrourself women are
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dlscafa articles' before they are = ". : 205 Temple Ave., Tel. WO4-5701 '
!,]t.,,; _: : ., earning $2 dr tebre aa hoar representing
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used up or worn out in order to ,' : f AVON Write Ouda} C.
Setzer's FOR 8ALKOwner'
The Street From '
sell. them new models of the same "It'shall be unlawful for any person or persons' u defined berdfi* ta '* equity in modern three bed Sweat P. O. Box .540, Lire OAk

.' thing.' \ engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herds defined -. room Room masonry and fully home furnished.with Florida Landscaped Flat'_.
:' -- The was'Jtroduced
,5:1-: ,- '-- .-- .. '- --- '- ',-- -'! Guy Andrews speaker, and H. d. Hitch- by without 'and unless said fictitious name shaD be registered.with'the grounds. J., THOMAS paved ..tteet.A. FOR SALE 3 BR Z-Mth. retie

was in charge of the- program;: .clerk of the circuit court of the county .where the principal plate.of kukneaais. .. UEALTOR TEL. WO4-5701. St.asw nmr eider aid"Drt..tnetl....-!.' theatre., qa aeutag Terra -
"Don't Settle For Less Than A Jim Toney"JIM .. fl..n, G. 'B. D.tt fceattmjf I'"
r with( registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit trm, uaar. enter .....&111. features.H .

TONEY HOMES $1095 and Smith Cottage signed by all interested' persons,, stating coder: oath the nam lof. Estate-Size Lot Buy...>..w will and ae 4ee*ra._<..Ietel t.'year Jam.ta.S5.te.VA .
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an'those interested in the business the :. .r C.aveatto. fluadJ1.8. -
up Burns At LakeA .. .. .. enterprise, extent. of the interest tact I. K. WkitehMi. Weld, Pfc.aeHO
of each, and the fictitious name under which business is carried Nature's, Landscaping makes this '8-8:. seeks I/IT
WE FINANCE FOR 10 YEARS ..,... said :
See Our Model Home at Waldo, Florida on.,said registration may not be made until th person or persoss desiring large lot a very beautiful home- HELP WASTED
20 )Jn a day
four-room cotta.geon.Crosby site' ready for building. Wsnt ta mak | orf nro"
12 1\Jiles.South: of Starke on U. S. 301 L&ke. belonging ,to W. Hogan -to engage in business under a fictitious name shall hare adrerUsed hit or for part or full Write time J'o'JJe'McNess.' ork:

'Smith; was destroyed by.fire early their l intention to register said fictitious name at least once a weak for four Its mate can be had wooded..Electricity Man Box Ice or woman., DeSOYt f6ta, Memphis.. '2.Tonn. .
school bus mall % lIlt,
J telephone, tp
last Saturday night. The blaze U)8) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined b1liw,in(th?.wmty.where
was reported by Mrs. Dave PauLa : route at door. MAN OR woXdN-to, $Eke over
neighbor on the lake, 'and was said registration. is to' be made,'and saWre. iatnttea _aH,.nat 141.aeeeppted'b9 tfealerrtjip In ""Starke ProdutU etablished. *-
l. within mile.Reasonable .
"r. New Golf Course a Week profits of |59't r
far advanced at the. time-of its the clerk of the circuit court except:epca 'ree YlnliJl'O: l 41 restrictions, abstract. more at UH posaJil*.. No-ear- ..Qf'other
discovery;; By the 'tujie the fife such puMication. \ r Jnveetm,nt jwcisaanr, C.oR.Will.
au.rt.edr'1frtt.
\ truck from Starke;:'arrived';at the .- ti" t 4" Z4.r. Taker Highway 100, 2. miles South hfoh Ruble>> yon, Dept.;get .1.). TVftWW Pre-

t-, scene, the,house 'was'too,far, gone 'r-- to Pine Acres Park or, phone ducts. Inc Memphis-2.- 2. Tenn. ,ltp

I I to save; .. .' ; ; : : .. o. owners,. WO 9-1853, Starke 3t 1-21 'FOR BALi -' t J lslrjpg "Worme' ,l
the house had I ; f' .. RL
l- In recent months ; ,. '- rer 160. Mrs. .Biota: Lewis. ,4tI
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been :Mr. and Mrs. Pix 17. Stsrke.
-occupied by '

*. Guy Starling' and family, ;who h L? 'are ;engaged inbusinessunderany.n. Jne. KOR.'RENT 'room lower-.--apartment WASTED -rr Idy [, later, Ft .timeoftle

had moved out of it earlier on you ,402 X. Walnut SL fhone'WO work that way be full
No Down No Travel .hav. e
\ Money Charge For Saturday taking their furniture 4-5O5. Mrs Johnson ItpFOP. of time.bookkeeping Must someknowidedr-


't Anywhere In Florida Same Low Price with later fishermen them.Saturday were.,Some but seen had at unidentified left the by place the llienhan YOUT wn, and have not had tIis name ; Will sell SALE- reasonable.- b room 40 Block' Center Jtp house.1/21 St. bSlity ferenees! T.and for as ability.appointment.to hotteaty.depende-Wrjta. P.. O.tfchg Borj :


i We Use 2 X 8 for Floor We Furnish Material for time the fire was reported.: .' FOR SALE17 in; portable Zea- FOR ALB -Stove a. H.bftu Refrigerator tt.5.1e. Call

Framing, Not, 2 X 6's You to Build. We Do Repair The loss was 'partially coveredby Itb rU'TV nt reception.and stand Used 2 yrs very old. little.Ex- awl WO 9-lMt.Electric. tfchg&
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X insurance properly advertiseil and registered we will lie 1109.: Cash only. Call WO !-untfch8' "
We Use 2 6 for Ceiling Work and Finish WANTED Middl age woman to
Several other were' made
runs If and keep
lice ia hon Dosslbla
Framing, Not 2 X 4's. Houses that are Started. by the fire truck during the past Trailer Space Rent FreePay own huH" for elderly mare UJ -W. Can
e 'leetrtol bill. Apply Mrs. F. 1. Zt PtI"". WO 4rCUS" ttpr'olli
week but none of the fires Involved -
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Ktvr Hampton Lake Ztp 1114 '
much damage. gIadtogveuallc.esMorinationasf to and 'Bhechertf Puppies Free.
Model Home and Office at Waldo, 12 Miles South of WANTED Ladles for alterationsand Mail be taken ImmediatelY. Mottar.
Donald Hrtts HL 1 Box nee
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I check In, the
Starke on Route 301. Call or write or come see JIM Apply Doyle Starke .. .- Its3tC.1LL
Social SecurityA n..n"r.t 4U W. fan St. It ebgrap
\ TONEY before you buy any home. Your business ap .
whatyoushouldk- PALE Sweet Potato seed, P.-E. (Genii Edwards for
: preciate4. Your credit is good at JIM TONEVS.OPEN representative the Gainesville AO Reds Georria Reds and Puerto ynur Ctrftnfr r work. Satisfaction
TiI.a. Lu 'San Cl\nm'r. tfchg .u.r;n*""*d. -'Pre estimate Phone
8:00 A.M. TILL 8:00 P.M.A Social Security office will be 3 -" WO 4., U'U 8. Churctr 8t.
at the courtroom in Starke at 9:30 : :. ;. : : r FOR KALE Costal Bermuda Hay ,Stp 1/1

,. a. on Thursday Jan. 14. Persons : .., i 1)0 at barn. Santa Juana Ranch
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Ray D. Forth Jim Toney Homes : niwar 21, miles N of KeyatoneHelchtB. ..Ip."WII"ID 414' YII _f bMruIt
who wish to transact any. : .1RABFOR'D IiLEGRAPH. ?tp 1114 _.,. II.4 .t.f. P.rrr IIf..n wo 4-
Box 196'- Ph. 4307 Box 368 Ph. HO 8.2781 social security business or obtain COUNTY FoR RENT Small- :--furnished- u ..rv Mr un._ .u___ liltrNtR

: Keystone Heights Fla.Valda, Fla. information concerning the pro hnuee at III Christian St. to eouple SAJIT: >.and milt cow end
,, pram are invited to see the representative __ without 'blMrrn. Phone WO 4-4(21. ".',." -,!*; '11'eilx! SaDP. 'Rt. 8 Bt.x11f
....::! ire E J. Dowling. Itcbg ttark..., _;.. ttp
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KEYSTONE. HEIGHTS" MELROSE, FLO .AJIOME AND LAKE GENEVA (f'

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IT ltD, FLOtlDA. THURSDAY. ;T : .
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for the Keystone" Volunteer" Firemen -. : tirls are asked to bring som e the \ ,
HIGHLIGHTS ,. their wives ;and 'their !' blown paper bags to this meeting:, held prayer"itsregular- meeting', the) Churcl:1 I Goida,,Fla; j and children of Jacksonville spent I and son, Harry Jr., returned from* -

I close friends.:,The Keystone Firemen -. I'| The girls from Mrs: O'ConnorJ S at montWy several conference -, Mr. :and Mrs. Arthur' 'Bam-. ,{ the week with Mrs: Maloy's father :L.Mississippi last week after spend
which'time .
K. l matters ford entertained Mr. and Mrs.,' J. J. Hosan. ing Christmas with
By Mary hchaeffer always baTe well-planned,, JTroop.No. Hate received: a nic'i, of.tiusinesswertaken .1 there relative
fun-packed: parties.'The party o n l j!letter of appreciation:from thi e plans were formulated! up and,I |Leampn.Ward.at dinner on Wed-, I j Mr, and Mrs. LeRoy Richardson }. Iand:Bill Logsdon and .U.

LYrtatement: Announced Stanley I t .and Livingston, and we New Year's Eve .was no exceptionj 'Sunlahd Training Center at' Gain:. pension '-Fro4m for for'tlie the Ex' i jnesday evening. Dec. 30;.the occ -, j i and children, Leslie and Lenurof E, Law.5pnt! last weekend in

Mr and Mrs. Sam Gardner have have an Anthony, but no Cleo- j Beam Charlie McGlave. and I t v1llp for the nice cookies tin e 1960_ yea : fion being Mr. and Mrs.Ward's: .' Evinston visited Rev. and Mrs. i; Clearwater. visiting ilis. P3Ores.
i .
announced the engagement of I! patra.: We have all sorts of .occu- ';Hunttej Redf earn, :Jri, were general -. troop sent at Christmas time: The Adult, and Concord Choirs i ninth' ) wedding anniversary ,il. W, Tyler, Visiting the Tyler's } .

.tacir daughter, Mary Louise, to i 1 pations: Baker Bishop. Brewer, ,i chairmen., Gene Williams;. Ed I Happy Birthday: Happy New'Tea!t sre startin" "* workon'the Cantata,, Mr and, Mrs. Bill deary and; for the weekend were their son I I! Rey Mathews arrived last week
.their live children ''
Cadet Rand Edelstein, a ,first Carpenter, Cook, Gardner King, I Bennett, and' Tommt'.MiUiciD: I Mr. !and Mrs. Edward. Rinehar:t The fcrucifixipn by Stainer,,, from Canton,,, 'land daughter-in-law, Mr. and ]Sao, visit his. parents, :Mr. and Mrs.

'classman at the U. Military Academy I Knight. Mason, Miner, Pope(I.,planned, the games; There was a, from' Orlando were in Keystom e which.will be given at Easter time, ,holidays Mass.spent.with part of ,the Christmas ;'.!irs. Fred Tyler, and grandson. ; Baiph-Mathews and family. .

at West Point Cadet Ed Stewart, and Wheeler. Sounds like Guess-the-Brand game, with a, Heights Thursday Friday, am ij':Further notices, of-,this event will. Mrs.deary's parents ,2e.n. of Tallahassee. I Nelson Kolbinskie of Jacksonville -
,
eliteln 'is' of I prize for the, man arid 'for for tl Saturday of last week visiting I bin and Mrs. Paul Harvey, '| .Mr. and ;
the son Mrs. Bert a little rhyme we used to say on roman e .'ae given from.time to time. of White Feather : : Mrs. John Ross from: vtisted Mehwe last weal
Cnristoffers, Jr. of Keystone our scat buttons. We still have I A with the'most correct an friends and neighbors. The Rine. Personals ': the is Court Mrs New York arrived last week to t! Rev., and Airs H. W Tyler attended -

Heights., and the late Marcus Ed- Tiilis.; Tullis .and Tollea. It seems swers. There was Bingo, with; 'harts are former Keystoners'Thejmade r Mr. andPMfs Arthur BamfordUnd ,P'j.Cle'ary The .the former Irene Har- | spend the winter in Melrose They j .the Micanopy Methodist

elstein of Gainesville. Upon .his odd that Mrs. Frost and Mrs. -floating, prizes',' ,which was interesting their headquarters .at ,1m.. son" :Rodney, have just're- :Lin vey.love, with Cleary's immediately fell :/will live in. Mrs. Susie' Preston |'Cfcurch. Centennial. Sunday Rev
\ Keystone Heights and
graduation i in June he will be Blizzard 'both' have the same : Each person -was given White Feather Court: Mr. Rm,'.. tweed .froaffc wonderful. Christ- vicinity : house. Mrs. Ross is the daughter 1'Tyler' served as- minister there

.to 1 1 1asioned as a second lieutenant name Alma. We still like the trio, a half of a playing card. arid,each. hart's,birthday is New'Year's Day;. mss vacation spent in Dallas Tex-'j''they visited,. During their week's stay,:.;; Of Mrs.' ..AdaRpberson.. j i from( 1939-41,
In the !, woman had to find, her partner and by .way of.cetebratlonhe.en; ; St Augustine, Day- Carl Ckss of
Ft.
infantry. |
I
Gallop. Horsfall. .and Dye. To asyglth, 'Mr-and: -Mrs; J. L. Mcteride ; : Major and Mrs. Edwin Simmons McCoy visited
tc.Da.Beach, Cypress Gardens, and
Miss' Gardner is j I for the first dance. who held the tertained: his friends'at dinner!t ; and i Mi. and Mrs.
a graduate piBievarS .that, we would like to add Payne arid their two children. Mrs. Silver-Springs., family, who have been visiting Glynn Rothhammer
High School in Brevard, and Howell. I other half of her- card, and vice the. Park of the Palms, .o f 'Ne'vYear's r. : ; Before 'leaving for |' with Major Sunday afternoon. Rothhammerand
Patriotically. speak- McBride; is: Airs Bamford's niece.Bamford's' ;1 their drive home. they were mak- Simmons'parents,
N. C. She is : \eisa. Dancing, was then enjoyed :Day. Dinner"guests mcludea -" i i Clegg:
went
currently Mr.
employedin aig we have Redfearn, White' and Mrs. sister, Mrs. Lila and Mrs. R. F. Simmons, have > hunting in thF.til'round.il1g
.:ng plans) for their next! trip to
|! until midnite, when-everyone 'was Col. and Mrs. D, A.- Nelson. '
the Keystone State Bank. Blue. returned to woods.
We have Bird Byrd, Crowe, .Crawford of Jacksonville, accomjpanled Keystone Heights.I Fort Bragg, N. C.,
Complete wedding plans will be Drake Fox siven a nolse-ma&er to usher in Mrs. Alma Frost. Mr. and Mrs: here BookmobileThe
; they
will
Ducky, and Wolfe. the Bamford's, to Texas. I tAils. : Ai and Airs A/R1. Chapman; of i await an assign- j
1960. .There also ridiculous l Weaker Byron Mr. ,Axel rMalmfcren. :
announced later Another definable trio: Young, were ; -'I'' N. yf... J ardenbergh and I iraent: to Germany i'II Alachua County Bookmobile
; i' Twin Lake received of the
New Year hats. Everett Fox,Henry Hall Patrolman ; ,. and Col. and Mrs. .R, A news will be in
; New Directory and Purdy; and Rich. Returningto ? ;" .dau htq ;-'Dee. Dee and Dottie, birth of their-;third great.- rand.:i Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Logsdon arid Mekose in front of the
W- Stevens Jr.. of '00 "
Nice that Harvey, and Herb Nel ,Melrose.Fpr'- a' ;I.Home, Demonstration Building
to
have !
Telephone Galop Horsfall MuihCarpiyn children
a new group etc. : .Miu"tarett Moody arid childat Christmastime j from Columbus, Ohio
which
son were responsible for the,food. number of years;; this dinner parj| ;; Thursday afternoon. Jan. It
Directory to start the New Year. \e should have : from
included Rohlin irCarp.ten. :Jean' Moody ..and.Mary helped Ito .make their .Christmas are visiting! Mr.: and Mr E. C.
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It i is fun and Tallin. A Serving was done by Mrs.'Everett(; Ass been an. annual affair .nd. I 12:30 until 1::30. The.st'hedule has
always to look over the waste of time? Ann: $c2iaetf err njent: last.Wednesday I ihfc-:happiest The child is Ldg'sdon and family and Mr: and
although ever
collection of names in the Keystone ;,trhcps, but, we can think of well'l Fox Charlie, Mrs'Bill:McGlave.Beam Ray, .and Chance Mrs., Orlando, the.'Rinehart's they are now' living fttix Oi':;If, :' : Pet 3Q{>.'in Jackson- tile;son. of -,Mrand Mrs. Edward!!1 Airs,,.R, G: ,,Logdson.and: family.. < !I A Lhansed.! frotn. the .first and third
) of
rhuwday;
:
directory. er things people do that are just .' ';,. :-viUe. "dqjtig.the.(.tpwn." They visit--.I'Campbell, 'Jr.' Gainesville.. .; Mr.; and' Mrs. Ralph Ri each month to the
this' ers pf'f
Darrell Dam.. nd Corbett 'T r- Keystone time of' yea.. :t j Second and fourth Thursday of
As in other directories; in other a I ; toneless: I..fd ;:Radio'Station WArE had Mrs:::. Helen Quinlan of Homes-' Miami spent several
Tell made thepunch. Frank ijariii 'Continue. the customi.Afterdinner I I days with I|;.air-: : month.: People ofMetros
year, Adams is {the first man, >Firemen Greet New Year I f Richard Cunningham., Toby : the:ladfeb yent'ishe (juccli ,t.,,a Aiitg-In, did a bit ,of .|d ale, .Pa-,.'spent about 10 days ot''. Mis. Rivers' father, J. J. Hogan. ;uf jMr. -urged the book-
patronize
,just is in the Bible. We still have I New Year's Eve time Jackson JLrleeiTerrell shorping, ,;.Qndnioyedthe movie, I the Christmas, holidays Key- and Mrs. :
jolly
was a Nelson Sam.
j ., and ;.. did.the_ home, and the 'ifntl.- '' ." Shaver from ;,1 mobile which is free to Alachu%
.b. 9I ra; on,.P tt.coat.
decorating and..bTew'up the bal men w.ent' to the Byron :jiojiw .Mr. James stone Heights with her.cousin., ; Knoxville, Tennessee1sited Mr. ;Bounty residents.. A small fee >surged
lo ns. They also furnished the where: they watched the footb/ Ll : .a |d'Mr Vf Cauthon Mrs: A..R.Chapman.During her:.iiid Mrs. Hal Ba tey' enroute home J j' ;; to :those living in P triaI1oUnt \
.
hats and n iSe'mak: is. George games on'T.' V; At 6 p.'m", the from Augusta i j Ga., stopped on stay, they :Visited Jacksonville St. 'flPIIVisit in south .Florida. Mr, i'(: )'.

Schaeffer. W, Hardenberghand yen joined the l ladies at ftieNescn's }- Tuesday ftftppon.to' visit withtheir'form'cr'.nighWs Augustine,and,other points of interest Shaver is an ex-senator from Ten- i(! f School SewsStudents '
Wally Miihlhofer were in for ice 'cream and 'birthday : CoL and in northeastern Florida. U&See.: .
!Airs -I I returned to classsa.
.a a '. charge i of, setting:t ..tiP:. JCii tables take 0 Davidfl. lsorj.jThey-' were en. ..Miss Marilyn Rushton, reser-' Mr. and Mrs. Lavelle McGee Monday after a two-week, .vaca'
and chairs. Cieanup'crew: before O'Connors Entertain route! to \'JHami.lttir-the. : : ew:Year's vationist for'Delta. Airlines in At-,spent New. Year's day in Orlando- I 1 1 ionThey had better bj refresh*

e ihe party were'1,Dick. Sunderland, '. Saturday: evening, January, 2. game. T ; yifdined .y.1th'th- Nel- Santa,. spent several days during. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Holden j f'di: because it .won't be long be01 -<'

YOUR. DAY'S RECEIPTS Carl Duncan, Sain -aidn r, Fred Mr.' and Mrs; C. J. O'Connor hors and a r eji'over-night Before the 'Christmas holidays with her 4 and daughters Shelly and Betsy, i f e miq-term exams. ,

Mulling, ,and Charles Tolford. launched the New Year with a continuing on'th. iFltffex;, parents, Mr. and Mrs! E.-A..Rush- ceted the New Year's arrival I Iwith The Melrose Bulldogs, with one

Cleanup crew. after" the Party! party"for a group' of their friends Other ''guests; of the ;'J)avid.Nelsons ton.'The Rushtons- also had their their old friends, Mr. and 'J loss<[ against seven Tins, will play

were WOwnb.ey. Ralph Bryan, at the O'Connor home on L ketystone. orT''Tuesday, were Mr., AlexMalmgrenv son, Eulie with them, during his.Mrs. Ronald E. West and family I 1)Junnellon Friday night at home

Jack Haberstrofc;Johz ,Ruffinl.'Ed { Guests included: Mr.. anelMrs.his-sori.and.fani-: : hoiijlay. vacation from Georgia at Windermere. Mr. West is principal j and f y>\e'Hawthorne Hornets Tues-; .
ily, Dr. ,
t (Conneen and. anyone else who and Mrs Richard Murrhee, Mr. Richard.Malmgren Tech.. j of Fein Creek School Orf}lay, nightt} at Hawthorne. In a pre
wanted to'h lp.There'1S a minor andb Mrs. Jorge Valldejuli. Mr. :: !and.BEtty' and' Ricky, tromBfl.he The E. A.. Rushton's 'were hosts lando.. I IOq5. game with .Hawthorne, the

around that:the? ,,clean-up\! crew and Mrs. GayLivingston, Mr. and la, :Md. to five .of their son's fraternity' : Mr and Mrs. Harry Jackson
..var. had a better"'par yQli'New' Year's Mrs. Wmiiam Baker Mr. and 'Chrisfmashoiidaauests.ofbir, brothers -Sigma Phi Epsilon, and i -

Day than they had.;the,night be- Mix Arnold Larsen, Mr, and.Mrs. and Mrs.V Harold Lawrence were (Continued, Next Page)),, l''
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their sdn tGeorge Lawrence of 'IHREAt'ESTATE
; IWtll
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fore. The first th,1n-gJhey; "cleaned George Massa, Major ..and Mrs.' ,
I arid* Mrs
Tampa; ; Lawrence's sister
up" was the punch that was left Bert Chrlstoffers, Jr., Mr and YVY.V VV.VTTn.yYVYYYY.TI

from the party.-Andi::pas,they say, J.. p. Henderson., Mr., and 'Mrs. 'Mrs. :.Arneeta .Read of Punta 3-Bed Room, Living *
Gorda. Room Kitchen
:Mrs-Read will be remembered and-Garage, Large
MILROSEBy
had all.. Joe Daurer, Mr. and Mrs. Huntley "
"A. good .time was by
Another:Yew.' Anotbfr Plate Rtdf earn Jr...Mr.'and.'Mrs.George' .by?"t fo-time r Keystoners.asI 4 Lot, Paved Road.,, F_ ive Bleaks, to "Do.wfltpTm11,500( ,

We Sgw'what;was" probably"the LaRiie, Mr. and ''Mrs.. LawrenceIf I Arneeta'6gden"whQ. '.. 'lived here .as .Joyce Rothhamrler ier !\ with $4,500 Down. "
|a. gin1 .
first !960'lJcensellPlate1n Keystone Mee! ,:Mr;and Mrs'Alet: BrobsLt. ; Lake Lots Some 'Bargains for Cash. You can now
'Heights ut Monday<\"afternoon 'and ''Mrs,. Chuck Newman: ndRev. i Din erguesta of 'Mr- and MrsD6rialdJ -'[ isASUAUJISttAAAAASLSS4 j get Next Year's 'Lost Opportunltiea"Brand 1

on the'car' of Mr:J-W.'MeLean of ., gird Mrs. ;Millard"'Breyfogle. i Lawrehce"vori Christmas Mr. and T frs. .Duncan /
,' were Mr.- Lawrence's brothers arid Charles New Homes on Paved Streets. Low Down Payment
the Villa Pluniosa.t Congratulation I Outrof.town 'guests included Mr:
have .i returned tp thejr home in" '
/ '. 7 to the eartyrb.ird'!* January and' Mrs: R."G. Hoffman,;Mr. and t their wiv s. [Mr., and Mrs. 'HaroldLawenceof Lawton: Okla. 'after a .tisit with 1 *. Lake Access. Near 'Golf Course $9,000 to

is such antnieresttn, ( [?] month. .Mrs..Cpnjbs.Mr/and.Mrs; keystone Heights and ,Mr- and.Mfs, R.. F. Simons. I $15,500: .H.A. Financing.. . ,
,1Wh'run the .
.risk'of late' j
keeping your cash.receipt* : M r. and Mrs.; Howard (
Mr: Hei-sch'el Lawrence of '
rtuLowrys andMrs. I
to'buy iricometarlls
Nc"i; tags: ; ; j I ILogsdon
... ; ; Dick
Visitinsi>ur, and Ml1. .
njftore" 4or home. 'yernigilt,:or,.overJhewp6tfod; |, Jtta.J.o OU... C'';I api! 'o<";.J'br" .. StreitMr.'and!? ;; Mrs iAPfc A*tee* Mr.:.Elktpn. FI .tlgr( Harold's: son' .11 aiddaught r.TeiTi JeaiuujroicJcgito4f I 'L..L.MgY JlEA.LTOR

TaKeiwV'ofouif.. night depository service and'oaf tM; b L :; .to->ponders 1f"o.o&T I. TJid; ti'iy:E.Kue. ; .',DJ.rt"tuiMrs. .Giorg e.LOtrresrGesDf'rl'mnpa\' ; >; -tH.lM.; "l+.. Law;: ,

tab in'.after'DOmW',baaltiaj can spring 'be' far, behlndtz t : Joe,.Holland. Mr.: -ana ,Mr$. M rsr Hareld'l'Iwfence's 'sister' r r/fColumbus,.Ohio. ..' ,"I .Ke/sfone. HeIghts ,- fVmi! Gi '251-- 4151
Soarn1oaeY'You '
Tom Walsh'Mr.and: ( Mrs. W: Mor- Mrs 'Arneeta Read of Punta Melrose Phone Granite
f. 5-2968
k Mr.: sndMra.. -
hOUf .1 1illpii 1 Qtiuls, Scout News- : genson'and Mr. .and bush John : .t .'. Charles 'M 1oy 1

Brownie Troop No.-.229resumedtheir ; .. .
Conroy,.all of..Gainesville,'and Mr. .'.
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meetirigs'ori:, Monday afternoon find 'Harry of:Starker ". i '. ',': .9t ,
.Mrs. Rabb. 0 R.
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THE KEYSTONE STATE Jan.4; in..St. 'Ed'ard's' Recreation )Ir Brust Ea '" : ;.i .f I
BANK attain \ .
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New : V. '. r- '. ''. ... .. ....
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songs".were
HaD. ; -- ; -'
,i. airs. C. V.1 Brust'was bL.tess'toagroupoC ; '" ..
learned: and t he":fourth:grade' girls friends at e .Luncheon -v.V- ... oq .. ... .') t J : '_ r i .: lJ ,;, ',. '. :' .' 19 '" 1' t
t Bank in -'. "" .''.0'. ..\to. ,. ." .. ,
A'Friendly: : a Friendly,! Community taught the-rest;iof.the; grcoip,their and and a Bridge and; Canasta : '\. ';a ry' '. .t.. .

.Keystone Heights Fla. favorite -game of Vhythms The 'party: held at the Garden ;'Resta T'd. ;; : '...:' ; : ; ; :

Member F.D.I.C. troop will experience'' their first urant in Stafke Jon: '-Monday,, Dec .

attempt at dramatics, next week r 28."There'were. about forty' guestspresent. ,

.. by making paper-bag,..puppets.All I: Guest of.honor- was Mrs.''

># ,, : Brust's house guest, MrS Thelma.. .'

Webster of Coral' Gable., !,
.; : Party AtChapman'aMr. I' !

COR ROTOR' and Mrs. A. R. Chapaian;

-,'-' entertained their friends tit ? ;
arty on Sunday Dec. 27, tfthpir'iwin

\ lvi marvelscaustheskies Lake home.:Guests included

: : : Mr..and Mrs. Joe Daufer.llMnd

J&f Mrs. Jack Haberstroh, .Mr., -tod
; : Mrs. Bill Baker, Mr. 'Jim.-Holc1n,
like. radar to pull in better bir. Holein's sister, Mrs. Rose-ilc-.

Gibbon of DeKalb. Ill, Mr. 'find '
Mrs. Dick Thorsen: also of ..De: 1 176/1'/
pictures set! t,
on your Kalb; Ill. and Mrs.. Mildred -Ktoglof ; 169PP11

,Keystone Club. Estates. '- 1

CHURCH NEWS
ROTATES AUTOMATICALLY AIMS YOUR'ANTENNA 4
G JTV
.; ; Community Cboreh Newi ; I]
I .;r- to:hack dowa the. best r; ts a atrafcnt.at'the attain* :Open House for the Youri'Peo" =| WE SINCERELY _

.A' possible picton on every. tower tf..tht .sbaiutd pie will beheld on Friday evening;; .
__ channel. it 11 ., yon want. j"urwuHIm Jan: 8; ift' the EaucationarBafld- r

ing. 4 !] HOPE OUR SERVICES WILL PLEASE YOU IN THEFUTURE'
Kin IV J169IU with out e? uovy pktnrt aad IUD WHAT WTVAl iSTtn SAY! This Sunday, Jan. 10, the ''A* .. ..
tbuts' M M tany moat people,yoa'r probHutJr 'Meeti% the Church"wfll .
; c.hauneJ.IILlkt : ../tA.MMR 4CDk B.&uI nual 1g'of .
tblj IB a lee.tloa whirt TV tin*)*com from''''direction ire tW..til tuA and 1. rv rut,ties. beheld afterthe Morning! 'Service! ,I" F ,\ '

i-A" jut the ewe your anUona Tau Mt 8P to face. .r."jliH litre y.wrw There'will be election. of.'offitejrs I: AS WE'HOPE THEY HAVE' IN THE PAST. t _
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of the Various 'brgtft'izations : :r'-l : a 0"r .
CMtT,Tl N ttlCT IT?Uak. ttlllr liltufta work S or 4 tlmu mar ""GUSTATIOn, suit runiu. V* kit.e and reports : i w '.3 .
+tEcleatly aid brut Lathe brat pouibU pictnr from *.nyIota.f <,mpay trap. hr.lad auraa1.. of the church will be'gWen' i 1 :

iroctioa...Wkat yea end U tin TV annul! that CIUM Jour they all 1&y w. get w.ri s'- i.II., &11' : 'The nominating committee, ; .' MAY THE COMING YJEAR BE FILLED WITH'SUC- ", c :

u\6ua U Gird* aDd Defect like law-th. CAR ROTOR. #aYl A better picture tPlI'tfc.y 4*. TN composed of Donald Pangbbrn; :, :.. r _-7 j -i ,
,W1'IItH.1ft.1JIIW fiir,'; all yoa d* U poll U clwrti, cot MTOt eaa rot be kt.Mr ; ." William-Reynolds, Jr.. E, :T-'Maitin. '-::" '. r .' J* .'_ *

:b tpe;RztItft p5etuiu. *.C.J.lice.....A vOM+*.IT..... William Baker,'and W: J. ,..
VIt **"!i: 'tATlflW wi Rtnt IIUMli.fidtMams O olt t.' have presented 'thr:..Jol' ... '..,' -t. : CESS, GOOD .LUCK AND HAPPINESS ; ? =r. .( ,
.\ Tven'IMU 4j Tao* ? W* cti> StUttor .. CDPt !.... lowing names'ior Tnistees'A.' '. '.. .". ; "" : .
U dos aad dear.W4.cT.r c ttT4! r il. *. "' :to,
,%M 1Mb C.iik.l Caiwwt, ,kuu. .ul'*f TV till wi |.t the. a.* Gaunt, Frank Harris,-and Robert :. .::,,' I J '-".\> '.. .:t"'f'T: :';;....,' ;,<,.,'.J.--. ,: ,.'.
Rii ..*f--! CN MTOCwti& CM .' ... Hendry: and for Stewards, William '.. ;. -#" ? -v. *slr1 Y "" ,. 0 ,. ,": .. ': ., "' .1'-.:; ,
:>& +r t .,o.t yaw ,..,.."...tarRe ft foftaf.lt u.. iUtM;/* > '" "If.,., ,.." r' .
*.'b4 id i.. U. piarti dare C1&a.... 6./... .ttttetltb IT 1111litilltti. Eva I "Warr n, Herbert Sergeant, : :' .' ..< -' ._ :- : J. ';" : :i::
:: .Nominations f-: ', .-- "< ".,
then=h my Aktenaa i.attarp 4 e4.e a..1 l slid ;James' McEachern. "i ', .
,POIA; !s 1 oar ", a U. Eeida mad t ow satesa. aiie. coaldot ( l".a" o.. iutalllac a CM tons lay'pUiuiu arc. It is hoped .that.all.aembers-will ': -": ': : ., .:. ,., .. o'f'- <
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clunr let b. hear the fine'reports of 01.;! '.._.. :=, z 1. '.. .: .f '
,,tat,ttT. S* wy sett!. tet 'a1f.w TVT Pun U *3 akarptx UdUr.My UrM' be out to "' .t": .. _
like a 'r\acl,a." rat,..T4 tkoifk. tft* these'' organizations.
Obi.ktt4i year to *;aipp t4 U ne&tT,-viU a aria :
CDEKOTC&. .M4r.ctTV I&&ti..ta 1.r. !i Gila avay.UM .* The Women of .Community -rl/: 'A\
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*JL ft*.tk+,i.IfiAGbldwiie Church will hem. blankets on Mon- O"N'G''BRIDGE PACKAGE STORE ..c
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isyi Jan. 11* at Ufa. m.. In the ; ...',-.\:1' '.., Hi'. .' :.. ', 'lt' ;.',;' .
Educational Building. All the .la. -.' .;' J. : ,t.. ., ,"""'"

tQWSt; ftgettingTllP: ROTO R I dies are asked to. come and bring :(:) ::; '::';,. '" ':) li..HlLES'PliOM STARKE a"If
ENROUTE TO LAKE BU1
ictvres their,sewing equipment! and their .-r. <'To f ,"-, ; '. .. .' -" ,
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.' T with 0 r :I.., m \ I fandw1 hes. Coffee will be served ..:of. .'., ;. ,;,. . \ '-: :" '" FRANK. LAFFEN,' OWNER _- ;
I with the sandwiches. : . t '
'LaIlCUla.-slim .... .. -. ,
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First) Baptist Church :: : ( .

1 On .Tuesday of this week the ....-... ,' fI' ... r ,.-s.ir .- 3
Ik1 u -uThT4' monthly : .. : ; '>
.' ,. -- -- Circles met for their ,, .. ; .,ii- :

'MrtweleheT+fd.ryelw!. ing: The Nell Pearce .Circle 'met '.. \Ji .. >. : '" ':s ",.
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.. of ),frS. Earl Brice on '
at the home .
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Santa >Taylor -: ., ,
Lake Fe. TheFaye ', .. :, '" '" t1f.' If.. t

;Servi cent er' ; ', Shepherd Radio & TV : I Circle met d'the home of Mrs : "-'1.1"fL <...... '. ..;...... :'.0"....:.-" :,'. 'to.':,=:.,:. .' ."-,.. ;-.' _! .. .,.. .. ::.I. .,. '.'.' if-:'"._" >. ,. ,
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,or '.' '. \". .. ,.. I '_" Harold Ridaught The Young Matron's ij'It-... lf ;.:' -" .'" } -. "'. .. ,, : ''.. ... ." ,,''.I"f. ?-'':_ ';';' ". ." .'. .
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T..Yyy.yy..y... i Margaret and Mary: Ann Miles. in Theodore Crews family. Sneads were the. New Year's holiday 'and Mrs. E. W. Hodges Sr. ior several days. Year's eve for dinner at the Green ports that he spent most of his
Ltke Butler Mr. and Mrs. Eugene ,Pearson guests of Mrs. ,,Fonzo Griffis Mr.. and. Mrs. Al Rain of High Mrs. Lottie Dolphin of Coffee I Turtle Restaurant. |I time on his feet!
Hardy. Leo. and Junior Taylor Don Lee and Mrs. C.. W. Tatum and Gene. Springs was: the Wednesday: nigh) : Spring, Ala. left for home Tuesday Mi's. Eva Kane from Syracuse
% and James. Wilkerson and family I I Msited Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tatum : Mr. and'M.Sor Landon Griffis of, ';guests of'Mrs! Mamie Hodges r.fter visiting Mrs, N. J. Davis for N. Y. is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
of Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof in Palatka 'during the week. Jacksonville: .spent Friday with Mrs. Viola Gillis and childrer s a few days. Francis Egan having arrived last I* Cirmil Cart..BrMfvril C...tf,
rfy Bin. Joyce T.Vatu.uu..uuuu..u.., Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wilkerson Mr. and Mr?. Earl Teston and j Mr., and Mrs.: Levin Griffis and t met at the borne of her son ALloyds Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis and Saturday. Mrs. Egan and Mrs. Florida: IB Ch rrr case, No. 13-134

and 'f amUy, Mrs. James Wil- famil'were visitors at the hOme I the Bob Wheelers.' in Gainesville ;recehtlypt I friends enjoyed New Year's day I Kane were, fellow workers for I Elizabeth K. Braswell, PUintlll,
kerson and herbaby: daughter are of Mr. and :Mrs. Clarence Mosley I Mr; and Mrs..Allan Man l\ tnd .( % holiday;dinne>. : ji > it jtbeir cabin J in the Scrub. Amdhg many years in the Welfare Officein. vs.Xetfc-e Webb To IV.Appear Braswell, Defendant. ,
Mr. and l Mrs. Jimmy Crawford.! lI 'St. Vincent's Hospi Land,ajg \ci Jasksjoaxiile on 'Friday, family.r aji(Mf;, Mai .tfs' .ialheri' I..c.i ML andrli a,1lahey.J piJSk aiu the 'group',was,,Mrs. Lavada f .. Syracuse. Mrs. Kane came to T?: Webb W. Braswell. whose residence -
$nQQ.family were recent.guests of i doing fine Mrs. Selma Eunice and. Mr. and I IUIi. of Marietta .were. Sunday guests .children. of Jacksonville;. Mn and Wise of Jacksonville. I Keystone from St. Petersburg Leos,and X. address.E. Atlanta Is: lUG i. Geoff Poncede !
Mrs. Edna Presley in HigH I Mr. and Mrs. Rowell Prevat J. S. Eunice 'had as guests of Mr, and** Mrs'. R.;. ? .Le It i anjj i&% Bjiddjr; e.Dke.aJ1! ;chUdrerQl Mrs. N. J. Davis and Mrs. Dol- inhere she spent part of the winter You are hereby notified that a
"Springs.; and.famill..spent .Friday.with Mr. during the weekend Mr.: and Mrs. family. Stsik: :andJMr, and.Mra. JUIL. thin were, Monday afternoon I I and.she.will go. on to Dallas Texasfor cult for divorce has been filed
in the above named
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Mrs. Sallle Green of Jacksonville I: and Mrs. Ernest. Southerland Tn Tom'Bary and children,.of'Colu Bill Jennings of State Farm ior Stogies and children of High guests of Mrs.. Lottie Dobbs in the remaining winter months Court and you cause and you are required -
was the weekend guest of Mr. Lake Butler. mbia., S. C. spent Sunday with Wendell Kelly! \Springg1were weekend guests" "of i taco ss. I after leaving Keystone. to serve a copy of your anewer -
and Mrs D. B. Thomas and lam I' Miss Karen Lee spent last week Mr. and Mrs. Carl Griffis, and Misses Dorothy Margie Irene 41TSFt, :: f.Stokes? 'Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Conneen the or Plaintiffs pleading, to Attorney the complainton Martini
ily. Mrs. Thomas. Mrs. Green and with her grandparents. Mr; 'and family were in Atlanta last week and Iris 'Hart. spent last. week Mr;: anH ?rs. 'Casey Atkinson son, and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis I and son Peter arrived home Sun- 11.i JVarl to:! Law Exchange Puildinir,
Miss Diann Thomas visited Mr. i| Mrs. G i-doIiL. Peterson and Miss for si visit with Mr. 'Griffis' moth with Mr. and Mrs Bill Hunt ta 1.of:Apop&a I ? ; acct('some friends from and -son of Gainesville were I day evening, via auto, after spending Jacksonville. in the !office, FliTThd of the file Clerk the: or-ef
and Mrs. Tom Hewitt in Ocala oil I Ann Johnson in Jacksonville. ar:.. Mrs. Lennie Griffis. Branford, and Mr, and. ''Mrs. J. D. tflalllie; itient i "guests.; of'Mf. the ;.SundaYcnight dinner guests I Christmas in Baltimore with the Circuit Court on or" before the
1 of Howard Martin and son of Hart in Ben and'Mrj C; !+ 4tldnsoii.111r Mrs. IS day of January. 1S89; otherwisethe
Saturday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Smith Mrs. of. Mr. and Mrs. N..J. Davis. Conneen's mother Mrs. Ed- .allegations of said.. Complaintwill )
and Mrs. Donald Hingson :state Farm visited the L. S.. Tanners Titusville. were recent guests of; Charles Carter- spent the week anti.. 14 Mrs., C.]L\, Atkinson :Mrs, .Rosie E Pinholster, Mrs. ,! ward Maguire.Mr. Be taken as confessed by 'you.
and Miss Betty Brannen were in on Sunday. Mis. Mandy Manning. end: with Mr and Mrs. Earl Den- anal Mrs, Joyce Castleen acid, soueltended' Verlie Johns.: Mrs. G. E. Green,, and Mrs. Ken Reed returned .This. notice shall be published consecutive once
Lake Butler on Saturday for a I Mr. and Mrs..R. W. Mosley andfamily Clifford Norman-of Hope Haven mark in Jacksonville i dinner, give for litfii Mrs. EesSl Brown Mrs. Mary I, to Keystone Monday after a weeks each week in the for Bradford tour County Tele-
viiit with Mrs. Mattie Raulerson i were recent guests of Dr. spent"last week with his par Mr. and' Mrs. James Waters; Debbie Levis"on' her third bird Gieen.- Mrs. J. V. Edwards and I. two week vacation in New York scaph. .
Mr. and Mrs- Billy Torode.and i and Mrs. John H. Hughey in Or- ents, Mr. and Mrs.Ersley Norman. Danny arid J: S. were in Palatk day'Sunday.niht: at the bomei 6J f mother ..Mrs. Douglas attended state. Miss Emma, from the Park- 'i"9tLtL Dated: this 13 day of. December.. '
son of Gainesville, spent the week- : lando- Mr. and Mrs Sidney Williamson 'on Sunday for a visit with Mr. 1 iec parents: \ the! Reedf: Lewis: irStarkeJ ;the funeral services for Ella Mac I of-the-Palms! accompanied the )
end with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore : Mr. and Mrs- R. E..Lee and family and daughter, of Gainesville, sad Mrs. Charley Bowen and son ; Uardee .at, Decals cemetery Mon- Reeds to Brooklyn. The Reeds Omul Charles Court A. Darby Clerk of the.,
aud family. i visited Mr. and Mrs. Hubert spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs 1 Mr. and Mrs.. Lee Taylor' of Live T Irs G: D. Eatmon'and children 'lay, afternoon. spent the holidays with Mrs. By HarUa I* Crosby. Deputy
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Tyner of Cbojanacki in Orange Park on L.'C.'King. Gene King spent last Oak spent Tuesday through of Lake 'City were, theNew; Year Heed's mother, Mrs. Charles M. !geri k H 17 4t 1'1ELECTROLUX ,
Sanford and the Charley Mosleysof Wednesday.The week' with his grandparents Mr. Thursday with ,Mi. and,. Mrs.. Noah jay guests'of.ML. and "Mrs- F.I L AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAKEYSTONE Ward, in Newbergh N. Y. They ..- _'
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Highland were recent guests Rudolph and Clarence Rosier and Mrs. Leonard. Griffis in ; Taylor: rlarl4 ; : visited friends and relatives in !
of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston. families of Palatka visited Starke. Butch Prevatt' spent last week *;; '" and Mrs. A- 1;. Reeler anhddren Yonkers N. Y. and Paramus..N. J. i Vacuums, Waxers, -Scrubbers,
Friends of Mrs. Carl Prevatt their father. Britt Rosier; and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gault and with His'uncle and aunt, Mr. and. 'of ,Jacksonville i. e', .Mr.. and HIGHLIGHTSrTTYYYTTYTYTTTTYTTYYTTTf; I While in Walden, N. Y., they ([For Free Home Deraonstra-

will be happy to learn that.she is brothers Cedric and. Ray and their ton. and Mrs.. Carl Griffis and I Mrs. Louie Lee Starling. ., in Jack. .;Mrs. 9'','H, ChamfepE .of_ Lake I visited former Keystone residents lion Call' Gary Garner, Local
much improved after her recent families during the. weekend. family were Saturday guests of I sonville. ,pity- and 'Mr.. ,nft Mrs. Guy Mr and Mrs. Edward Thiele i Sales Representative at
illness. Among those visiting with j I Mr and Mrs. Shirley Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dixon in Pa Mrs. 'Daisy Sutton' and Charley Chambers of Valdostaa Ga. wererepe'ntfy (Continued from Page 7)) While in Newbergh, Ken Reed WO 4.1265
her and Mr. Prevatt during the and family were in Ocklawahafor latka. i Sutton of 'Atlanta visIted'r.. and 'r ) visiting :'Mr.; and Mrs FL I learned to ice skate. His wife re- ..
week were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pea- a. viist with Mrs. Dora.Horn. Mrs. Nancy Keene who has; i Mrs. Tex Wilson on' 'Saturday. Clark. their. dates' over, the New Year's, .. -. '.
vy and family Mrs. Gara Dcrman. beck over the weekend. been staying with the Allen Mr. and Mrs. George--Tyrf: of 7Mrs Charles Ryles of Jackson weekend.: The. girls stayed at .the I, .
Mis. Ernest Peavy of Ocoee, Miss Miss Dorothy Swanbom returned Harts making her home with her Keystone Heights helped H. B.-,Mlle* spent T"a.,few 'days last week Rushton home, while the boys
Jack Harvey of Orlando Miss Wednesday, from Chicago where on-in-law and daughter Mr. and. I Hague celbrate hiss, birthday an: vigi he/" ;:parents; ;Mr.; and Mrs. rtayed at the Holiday Beach Cot-I
Men Brown of Orlavista and she 'had spent, her vacation. with Mrs. Johnny Anderson in Jack r.t .ersary with a family dinner .,,Lpiac. lunges Entertainment included aNew I OWNAHOM.E
Rallegh Brown of Winter Haven. Mrs. Mabel Peterson. sonville. Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Harvey given by his wife at their home .#Mr- and Mrs. Corbert Horn oi Year's Eve Party at the Sigma -

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney "Mr. and Mrs. Emory Duncan of Macclenny are staying with en New Year's day .itke, City were the Sunday guest Phi. Epsilon House in Gainesville '
Hansen last Friday were Rev. and und family of Jacksonville, and Mr. Hart and the family. Mrs. Mary Reddish. Mr. end if, Mr, .and:Mrs. W L. Clark. as guests of the Florida
Mrs. Charles Peavey of Minneapolis Mr.;and Mrs. V. L. Starling were Mr"and. Mrs. A., D. Martin and Mrs. G. L. Sapp and Mr, and Sunday afternoon' guests.of Mrs Chapter. Friday was filled with Of YOUR OWN.
Minn., and Mr, and Mrs.. New Year's guests of the Frank grandson Corky. of Waldo visited Mrs. Bryant Reddish visited Mr. Mattie Sowells. were .Mrs.: VergiaRutledg Football games on'T.'V., and Saturday
J Walter Martin and family. Cruce family. Mrs. O. J. Phillips on Sunday and Mrs. ,Will Barber, .in. Mac | .of, Newberry: ; nd.r.. they attended: the Gator i '
Mr. and Mrs. IL C. Kelly and Mr." and Mrs.: Donald Ballentin afternoon.Mrs. clenny all Sunday afternoon.. ,i::1,1d.. Mrs, George Smith aniahter Bowl game in Jacksonville. Sunday THE EASY JIM WALTER WAY. .PAY I

sons were New Year's afternoon, and family of Jacksonville, spent Effie Miner and Miss Saturday' guests of :Illy. and .. Nadine' and Mr.. and morning. the. couples departed 1
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D. G. l Mary Ann Motes were weekend Mrs. Paul Griffis and family were J.Js. Wayne 'Smith/and baby olfJainesvjlle for Atlanta and the back-to-school
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sea-I Wilkerson. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mr.and Mrs. O- LEdge' and family II routine.

ver in Jacksonville.Miss Mr. and Mrs. Charney Yar- Wells and daughter.Mr. arid Mrs Pansy Wingate of ,Mrs, ,.Leana Wilson of Jacksonville ..Mrs. John.S., Yanderhoek and #j
Joan Rafuse spent 'I1esdaJthrough 'brough and family of Jacksonville and Mrs.Hesser of Gainesville Jacksonville; Mrs. Daisy Sutton ,Mrs. Ula Dixon of Newberry. I daughters: ,. .Barbara and Edith. '
Saturday with Misses!, bad New Year's dinner with theALVAE 'and Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp of Atlanta; and Charley"Miller of Mis. Bedia -Connelly of Hague yvere yiisting Mrs. George Schaef- 'NGTWWN1.
Visited Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Red Gainesville. ind Mrs. Rosie..Ke ley were, ,th( ret Wednesday. afternoon, Dec. I I3G.
l\Jen'a\ 'Clothinr dish on Sunday. Miss Judy Padgett spent the riiursday luncheon. guests of ilrs .The. yiknderhoeks were ennuttq I \ t7 ,
I ll' STORE 1894 1 III! Mrs. Emma Larrimore and last two weeks with Mr.and Mrs.J. ifattig 1 Sowells.Those -, "their home in Arlington ,
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lIu' Established daughter of Jacksonville were D. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. ; visiting, Mrs. Rosie .Kel- after spending a few days inDcala.
vhiting Mrs. Mike Futch and Jimmy Ray in Jacksonville Icy during the New Year holiday* .. I
Floyd on Sunday. r Mr. and Mrs. Hubert had as ere Mrs. Odessa Hall,and Steven: Mr, and Mrs, Everett Fox ,and I
\ Freddy Dinkins of Augusta, 'Ga Sunday and Monday guests Mr. Kcley of Jacksonville; Lt. ,Co B.nd children': spent Sunday afternoon
fwhffltrmimas y visited his grandparents Mr. and and Mrs. Ernest Williams and son Mrs. T., E., Persinger and son. y'yisiting ill Arlington with former I

Mrs.. P. L. Dinkins on Wednes of Welborn.Mr. Larry, of Warner ,Rpbin3. Ga.;; E'each-Streeters, Mr. and Mrs. Bill 1
.. day. He- also visited his parents, and Mrs. Doyle "ubanks Mr and Mrs, L. ',C. .Kelley. and cannon and family, and Mr. andre.Gen.e 1I
m ': ; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinkins. were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. -shildren; of' Waldo; and Mr.. ancMrs. Whittle and family.: LT. $ I
Mis. Horace Cox and Mrs. Dinkins N.. Shiver and Mr. and Mrs. W. : Paul Harrison and children: In wrrtthg'the announcement of

F Ix. accompanied him to' Jack: N. Eubanks in Panama;>> i City. ?f,Miami.: 'Mrs.. Harrison remained, the: : engagement of .Mary Louise I' --_.,.-.. ...-- -
sonville for a visit with Miss Adel Mr. and Mrs: Ced.rlc'.aOsier are !.Epr. ?a".reek., Gardner..: we, recall that Mary Lou J ?
Lutiinsx Dinkins on Thursday.Mrs. the proud parents of a son,Arch ,Mr. and MrsMarsha Mott and vra&the' gal who caught the bride's
.,Alice Green of Jacksonville ibald Cedric, born Dec. 23 at ohs pf Lakeland, Mr. and MricrshallLaifield bouquet last June at the Ga- 1
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Spent last week with her son-in- Bradford County Hospital. and children oJLlainesviile bGardi-Prevost wedding. That Don't Miss The Big Show. 1
law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Rosierare Mr, and 'Mrs. Jack ;Should prove something.

Floyd Fugate. announcing the..arrival. of1; a p;!irt I onsand son of| the Mountu Mr and, Mrs. Bill Siprelle of
Mrs- Polly Prevatt and family daughter Minnie Lorene. at then: Oak section Rev, and Mrs. EctgaiVVolkersoa Jacksonville: ; former Keystoners, '
attended the Bradford County tome on Christmas day. and children of Lake were.New. Year's guests of Lt. and Every Sat. 5O OP.M. WJXTlV Jacfconville CI1.4

Singing Convention at Grahamon I Mr. and Mrs. Everett Burn Citj,.and.Mr. and Mrs. J. R Mott Mrs. Chuck Newman and daughters Fea'iiri.-'j the ramous Radio and TV Stan '
Sunday afternoon. lof Jacksonville were.here, on Saturday and. sons .were, recent dinner I '
I Mr. and Mrs, Jack Reynolds and for a visit with his mother, :guests of Mr end:Mrs. Noon Mott' s" as.1A.j a. sand :
Lt. Cmdr. and Mrs. J. B. Robin-
r tOllS, and Mrs. Lomie Mosley were I Mis. Georgia Ann !Sapp; : .Mci.. vida Decal of Lake Butlei -
I re son have beep visits L$..and Mrs.Ciiuclc their CliricKtantain\ Boys
will
receritfguests-of Mr. and Mra ferJriejids.ol John Brown was the Btiudayi afternoon guest of !
Hassle Reynolds in Baldwin.Mr. Bret to learn that,he has not improved qtr." and Mrs., Noon Mott. Newman: and looking over

and Mrs. Bill Pendarvis and much ,since he, mac movedto Mr. and, Mrs. J. R. Mott and Keystone. Heights and vicinity _,. A u_ ,_ .. .
family vitsted Mrs. Lula Pe 1din- the University Medical Center ors,joined friends and relative: with the idea of possibly settling I
, vis at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell! at Cedar Key on,New Year's, day j here permanently. With a little ,
Will Carter in Macclenny on NewYear's Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph f9.i.an,:oid,'fashion, fish.fry: uore pe 5':1asion.from: the New: 0
mans, they will than likely
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more
Wise visit him often.
day. Mrs. Henq,.BeJlnett of Gainesville -
Vet caa:! saw a fate* or ; decide that. Keystone. is the best
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson Miss Mary Julia Futch of Tallahassee is visiting her, granddaughjet"and. -
money on your shopping next Cfcristaas }& yea! :and daughter and Mrs. Katie spent the weekend with! '!family, Mrs.. ,J, R. Mottor place.
buy all year at progressive stores and service stations Padgett were recent guests of Mr. 'her mother. Mrs. Joyce Futch.j [ n.weel It.. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mickle, Mr.

that feature low prices and give extra valuos and Mrs. Marcus Griffis ha Lake They had as New Year's guests r.Hughe ,Crosby of Gainesnllixaj : nnd Mrs. James' Cook' Mr. and JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
in S&H Green Stamps. Wales. ?!Ir. and Mrs. Benton Futch and ,the: Tuesday night diane: Mis. C. V. $rust, Mrs. Thelma 3281 W. Beaver St. Call collect EV 7-1141, or

Mr. and Mrs. Tinman Ford of children: of Starke Miss Christine guest; of Mr. apd, Mrs..'G. W. Da Webster.and .Mrs. Webster's mother write P. 0. Box 6248, Jacksonville, Fla.COPELANKS .
With your filled boob of stamps,you tan get I Giiffis of Jacksonville and Misses ,'it, / VMrs. Mrs, Clara .Pennybacker,

eH lin&of, i'cauti 'useful..gifts fosyom.: ---_-__ Enza Blanchaid, and Elizabeth 1.. Beta Connelly of Hague grove to Jacksonville, .on' New, .
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Terry* at ,:.:i L! Q Jt;'"* \ilsited Mr M.Jflptt on Wed. --
z1 and friends'at s.m dais Stamp rcde '
: I-w L1IA'i'S-- r ;;Md. l u la.triCkjand ol :tiesday: of r laSt !eek... .
turn eOr i if than 20 mile I L
te Y01.1iVC more Gainesville.and Mra.ol W. Dm,
? Mi% t. ,Mr MotV accompanie. <
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from aa S&K. Green Stamp redemption center, I ham of Jacksonville visited MiSs J:her- 'cjiught; .and family\ the.MikiTilghpaani e

JOB. Qfi Iedet 1'your stamps by mail. JEWELfl'I Elizabeth; ,.Terryon, Tuesday and tot 'th'eir .home iiGainesyille.

So start saving S&H GREEN STAMPS I Wednesday.Mr ] for ,the, night las
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WATCHES DIAMONDS and .Mrs R. F. Estes and Thursdays- IT'S BECAUSE S MAKt1'ME
JowJOl your"1960 Christmas gifts. '. firs.. Will'will' returned{' to then SAlrDWNClti3 ONt ,f3ifi'f.THESt? YOU'REMC
REPAIRS : .1fs.,B..M.,.Mott was. the hoUday: 4AirWICHEs M WtT TASTr t00D FROM
'Youll be dollars ahead when you dp! All Work GuaranteedA. homes in Kingsport .Tenn. lattfk ) guest; oft''Mr. and Mrs:. Pasco' Mot_ NIE i\ READY, ( !Co. ;M-HOPE AR6 T 5AN'WICM HE CitAMPiONqoiKa. if93 tis
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same ,
C.. Williams w ; after spending. jn. Gainesville cax-New Year's day; i'Jta R DEEKitLKIOItS au K E R
,nth. Mr.,and Mrs. Jack Estes. -' Sirs,.,)Roes Pinholster, re'turned< t.
142 W. 'Call St. 'I Mr, Estes drove theca>; for then; home; Mpndayafter a .week with .. SEA30N. r+eeM ea ar

'. Starke, Fla cud! returued 1 by bus. air;: chililren, 'Mr* and Mrs. 'Gu:

.Formerly Roberts Jewelry Be sure to attend-the. next FTA Pinholst rj,,.to! ;tt1|c ol,1Vi11e.
meeting: :whichffiU'. be held
.-- --i- i I school cafeteria on Tuesday even Linda Gainey returned': home
-r---1; I ing; Jan., 12, at 7:30. .. Thursday,of last,we*k. after A few
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.. a..1.1 :i. I' I days, visiting.,'-fT.-,,and Mrs. Nei.1P1idemOfBin
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: ,Pompaijo.uMis..Alyin.Rcb.inon
t .- .accompanied
1 IROOKER Mr.: 'and' Mrs, l
her parents,
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\ Neil Pridemore, home. to,pomP' no -'.. ". ",,- By Barbara Sue Date sftejithe: holiday -and.' will remaii' SMOKED" LYKE'S 'BEEF:AND PORK

Xi cif '' .' ..&AAA&A. A.&A&.A.&.. there,Jor,a ,month.::_ .
.f.' r.', ,," .. : \ 1- Guests vjsiting.Mr.. and Mrs
s Mrs. Bishop Thomas and children Gilbert. Gax during the;, recen. BACON tb 25cSAUSAGE Ih 29c

L V were the Saturday guests of holidays-were. and,Mrs.., Gerald -

11' J $; r ]ber parents Mr. ,and Mrs. H. H.' Gay :and sons,of Miami; .and t .. .. ., -. .. i .."
> Lewis: In Starke. ,-, !U f._:and').{ts.,Norman Rogers_.anc. -, ,'

Mr. and Mrs..D.. M. Hines and children .o( '.of.Jacksonville.; SMOKED / I PORK\ TAILS AND .
: children: of Jacksonville were ths ; Mr.andMrG..F..GJ.'een.heir!
< ",.. I- : :: -.. t.t f \* J H } ; weekend', guests of Mrs. Hind.: Jaughteri Shirley;and.U ida.. and '
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\ :aiother, Mrs. Groover Thomas RieFer Cherry vHinton "enjoyed
t.. : BONES 25c
,.... \ ,: While here they visited Mr. aryl sitof''- ,holidays.with Mr..and l lVirs. PICNICS 29c NECK
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", .,.'. ifJi'. '!k.. Mis. Wilbur Thomas and Mr.'are} Ronald. Barret\ in, Miami L

;jf ": Mrs: Genovar in Gainesville also While+ there they enjoyed an excursion .. 4--_ "-'-..Jo ..... ., . ..' n.. .w
: I Mr. and }.lrs. R. G. Thomas. On : on Biscayne Pay, In"the "
Sunday,.they.attended church se- 5arhette lyacht ; HEI JAN'S ROtt : tIt; .

\\ I vices at Pine Level and were the Alan 'Barhette Miami return-

;; ':: : I'jucheon Woodrow Thomas.guests of Mr and .Mrs' to. home the Friday G. El after Green a :few family...daysrisitiag SAUSAGE l IbFRESH ,1S SPARE RIBS 29c : 1

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f !.:d Mrs Buddy Waters Jackson- it; : reresorrt. to1 see the Wilson S ; 'II
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', : : ,lie spent the weekend with h .. -' --- ----
He Brings You'366 Mr. and Bob Thom- < in 4
arents, Mrs. \(>T .tlywmj be very happy I
s. Jackso.1!I uer| .new home in, '''Jacksonville.W PORK FRESH PORK
ItlIUt1SS TQ J. ',Cdl' Miss Carolyn Hines of wish to. welcome the 'Samamipulamily ,
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lie was home with her parents 1 1Mr. : intolour communiy7 '

I i ., and'Mrs. D. A. Hines, for the !' it ;! The Smiths'':jpurchased: the SHOULDER 29c BACK BONES Ih43c

MAKE THE MOST OF THEM BY OPENING A weekend.. j Wilson Green,"house.. arid',, moved, .
of Bland and ..
Miss Kay Emerson >>
Year's'lave! ;,
Lll oa Nee I
BANK SAVINGS ACCOUNT WITH US NOW! tfiss Sylvia Starling of Jacksoarilie Daye Green is,a ,pa.tient in. thehim J
the Friday night guests\
were
4k 811ttgr )}aspltaL Wewish
of Miss Linda Sue Thomas:: The <
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r' I its attended the Youth .Fello jr- speedyreeovei. <
!hip meeting, in BrandfonL | 1 Little! cathy;: Eddie ancJ hn:
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FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards and !::vU'Spest.theLiNew; X?ar *oli- WE STOCK A COMPLETE LINE CFC.ROCEPJE5 A

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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 4 "" 960.. Sunday School will begin at one a candidate for baptism Miss I Henry Bryant in charge. Morningand ,lectiens of-- !ewesongs 'for group.

Dr. ,Albert C. Holt, Minister Sunday .CJhurch'School, 9:45: 1 0 >. m-, Supt. Irene Thomas in Covington. The date will be announced evening sermons were deliver- President; Rosa Williams Joins

I Mrs.,J. L.. Hetherinct a', m. Morniiig.' 'Worshlp, 11 a. m.. harge.: 11 a. m., Junior Church later. First business meet- i If fd by the pastor. The sport was her in asking better cooperation

CHURCH NEWS Organist and Choir Director guest'speaker.'DjxE.. P..lHontgom-, 1 oil have charge, led' by Willie ing was held on Wednesday night !I(I high all day and everyone seemedto frwa...th.e _choir membership -rfwI860.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morn ery. Youth :Fellowship,-.8' p. m. raises' Randolph and:others. Music : with Pastor Lee presiding: Deacon be in a mood for better wor- : Wen more meri.&tHarold

ing- Worship '11:00 a.m. EveningWorship.' 7:30: pm.., will'be furnished by the Chil- Clarence Williams clerlf. All ship during the new year. The Mitchell' It the' only

& r'Lessons. In grayer; the Posture (liin'a, Choir under the- direction choir members are asked to obSErve choir is asked to observe the fol-_ church; ; member participating. )t.
I TRINITY EPISCOPAL of Prayer." ()f-Mother N. L. Pullunj ..wittf'Son.a I the following rehearsal lowing rehearsal schedule for R. Shell fca'guest'member of our

Methodist Church At The TabernacleServices CHURCH MELROSE Wec eBdar: ;;:MidrWeek: PrayerThursday j[ Williams at the piano. Missionary nights. Wednesday Jan. 27 and 1960!) ; every Wednesday after the choir. only Calling Brothers_
Rev. M. H. Breyfogle Vicar. Service i..'lQ,P: m. : meeting will be held at 4 p. Wednesday Feb. '3. Make these I first: and second Sunday in each Jackson Long and others tor'
Sunday-10 a. m, Sunday 'Sunday; No service.on Sunday :red letter days on your calendar. i come out to rehearsal on next
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Sunday Church School 9:45: at the Fundamental .. .. :(onlh. We have tried meeting on
School; 11:15: s.and m.. Morning light. Junior Church meeting The choir is open for new mem- :: Wednesday night. Ranell Ensisli. -'
a..ni Morning Worship 11 a. m. Gospel Tabernacle made a good Class ; vl .- .. Tuesdays with a very small de-
Prayer Sermon [Holy Comrrtd : every Tuesday at 5 p.: m. 'E. J.jivens. ,bers. The junior usher'board will : : reporter .
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Nursery provided for small children start in the new year with a Flan- y -i Practice. grte; of success. We must have .
munlon each first Sunday]; 7:30 : reporter. be organized and active the third Hospitalized .
and a Junior Church for aeigraph lesson for the childrenon '1 :'more rehearsals during 1960. All C
!J.- m. Young People meet.. 'mGlILANtJd' i 1, Antioch Missionary l Baptist |I Sunday in this month. A. Wil- We tegrejt the, recent hospitall-
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older children each Sunday morn- "The Garden of Eden and a Com :old 1.d new members and persons !i
ing. D1ne-A- fite snack supper for study in Revelation by the adults. munion.Holy Days-10 a. m. Holy BAPTIST. CHURCH.,.
MYP at 6'p. m. Youth Meetings, Rev. and Mrs. Morris M. Brack- f.held: regular communion ser- :..I Ebenezer Baptist. Church !meet at 7 p. m. Wednesday Jan. i teacher: at RJE. We wish for he?

6,30: p. m. Evening Worship. 7:30p ian: of Lake Butler and Vieques CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday .School MS a, .In- ;,'tte'last.... Sunday. Two new mem. Rev. E. D. Robinson, pastor, held 13, without fail. Vice-president a speedy recovery.' staff reporter.
m. Puerto Rico were guests .in the Charles Thorpe, Minister Morning .Worship II. a. m. and .. .. ,
Tuesday The WSCS will en- Prophet's Room last week.Speaker Bible Study 10 a. m. Preaching 7:30 p. m., Prayer Meethig each ." -

teitain' the Wesleyan Service for the weekend ser- and Communion. a. m. Evening Wednesday ,7:30: p.. m. :1 ?y-. !

Quild4.) 1 Fellowship Hall at 7:30p. : vices starting Friday night will Service 6:30: p. m. Midweek Bible George China, pastor.. Evfrybodjwelccme. .

m. be Dr. John McNeill of Washington Study each WednesdaY 7:30: p. m. ", TIlE CHURCH ALL -- ALL FOR THE CHURCH

Wednesday". Prayer Meeting, ,. D. C.. with. special music as EVERGREEN' GRACE METHODIST CHURCH ; .
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St.' Mark'.lpiscopal: 5:30: p. m. Bible ttudy, 730 '. ''iP and Choir Practice..'730; p.
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Holy Communion-First' Sun- FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH S r fSS Ed Jones asked ** ft> 99 fthing with him .'lejI

day, 11:00 am.; ..Third Sunday, Cor. Call & Christian Streets' CITIZENS OF BRADFORD' COUNTY } r Sunday! morning and vhen 1 aid (wo ,oils, ff'_tl. ;'\( },

*:30. a.m. Bob L. Badgett, Minister thurck he asked "WHYl For moment, I _
Wednesday=7:00 p.m., Choir Sunday School. 9:45 a. m. Wor- By Ozora Shefl'...t. : .. 1 just couldn't think ./ gwd .KWff- ',( .

Practice; 7:45 p.m.. Litany and ship and Communion 10:45: a. m. .AAA&AA.AA..AAA&AAtt&&AAAAAAAA&.A&i&_. .. lAAAA..V4AAAAAAThurston ,: .:, Matter,of faet, it has taken! me all week to, tAiik. l .,
>iaple./ Study. Chi Rho 5 p. m. Choir Practice, .3 '-' .tJ'i';" the reply! tc'Gxtto. give.Ed. Here if ia, r: .;e
School cher of.phy Education at RJE. in :
6 p on. CYF 7 p. m. .
fADISON STREET BAPTIST Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. New Principal '8.. ,C. Price and students Both mother ranb(? daughter are ID ', :'\- .. /. Why 'do i'go to churcb.Edt'Wby: do 1 breath t

CHURCH Training; for Service. of Thurston Elementary at home .and. fire doing,tine. :: ."".1.""' ''''' Why do I smile when I see the sun in the morojnV.or .

School of Lincoln City wish to Basketball Jlifhlights, : \'..: shiver when,, I'm eoM! ? Why do I love my wife
'$..e'Bloek W. Madison St. f '.,' { G' '" and kids .and lose when the laws mower
GRACE METHODIST,CHURCH thank the patrons for the groceries RJE Tigersfand-Tigerettes: are ..". my temper
Sunday School. 9:45' Joe Wood LAWTEY, FLORIDA : that were given to provide enjoying a. very successful' 'season .. .' r'. :" breaks down Because I'm human, because I'm a .
Superintendent Christmas boxes for the needy with total- \ ;wins ;'o.far; for the e ;>:' 1- man.-- and.because I have a God whom-I love..Tbi.

Morning Worship;" 11:00. Will hold special Christmas service families in the community as well Tigers".,, Persgtis;interested 'In 'out :: h:. : .... :i w; $' God cares enough' about me to have 'sent, : HIS only.] .
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Training Union 6:15: Jim Har- next Sunday morning at as the sick 'and shut-ins. Special of. toivn'gamesfor'next.week-may ">" ::ryA: <.<>sw> :>> 'Son *o. make the .most supreme of all sacrifice .; ;:v i

Evening 'Worship 7:30.: music by the Young People's on" 11 and ; 1 \ .fret: .
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Store for an exceptionally large City -Jan. .' ; ',' '.
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Wednesday. Prayer Meeting.. Choir. The sermon subject will be : I to church to that God.'I .-
box.of groceries with a wide var- Dunbar High} of Green Cave go worship dp oat pi
7:". 'The Miracle of Christmas". iety of foods', and to Winn Dixie Spiings .on Wednesday, Jan.. 13, r to beg,.but to thank Him for :what He has given me' .:\; '

J, Hr'Mabry- Jr., Pastor. At seven thirty in the evening for'groceries,, pastries, fruits and Green Cove will return tlie'\g me .. I: go to 'ask Him for. guidance and forgiveness'. j' It i. ;.
( the choir will render a spatial 'eg tabfes. The school children en Friday; Jan. 15, here !in Starka ,'. .1 '\ I; don't have to ask Him for His love.. I have.that? &J'i'':-' y ..'"'-, ,
'EIBST BAPTIST CHURCH Christmas program directed by ;: have ''So'bav'e : f':; :
and teacher also purchased $5.39 Held your hats'evedyone andall \ .: you. we all. -4. i, .
KEYSTONE 'HEIGHTS their leader, Mrs. Robert E. Lee. aboard for .three big games next ", '. : .. f '; 1'. H
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King Chandler Mrs. Sarah Albert According'to .Coach: .SpeaT- ALL fOR THE Ct1UAltRCH'.' '
.. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN ; t ';
Training?! Union, 7 p. m. Evenings Mrs. Lizzie Wilson and Lula mon the schedule' has not' been i Tlw Oiard. ie i..e aKalfir i r..1"; N. ",. ., ,.
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MP4I1D" Mack coffee and .cash donation: that last of this'month. On; ,
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John Tuesday at 7:30' kindly, and may God please condole on- Friday, Jai'-.29;- Consolidated '. 3':9 rn.. -, Me.,Ttd wFperi IhI ckIti ;P cr, t" ,.
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A. E.\'\blasaey. Pastor clothes 'were :delivered to two play'the? girls and boYs"of'Anderson T ,xy R ,, y ehddrew1e..Orot, de ,.1t fif't} t6. r "" ,
nlb1 school 10 L. m. HIWAY tP1APFLASSXdtLY. needy families. Mrs.. S. C. Price- Junor-High -iii L wtey. Plan ,j > t mramusi IJ tad u""- (4):far be....r ..
OF GOD 2 Y f .f dEe ,C5/rc4iaelf ,rhic6'teod.. hw c' ., '
.Pri ,ch1nr; 11, a., m.EVJHiing tcacher.. leportet.Carnation .- new to.'see .{h'ese. teams'In, action: < tnnl cod ourrrul SllpperL Plu! 19 M4' *._

: 'Service.! 1:30; p. m. 0. M. Osbome, Pastor I "S.'g.'Club during January C. C. Anderson : ? b.Much iiutMlj u3 read y 1I Il'';tk..j, ::- .

Ptbie Study and Prayer Meet'J Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning The Jtotregular >meeting of the principal t '.Jv B. .Spearman. reporter '; -k ,... .;. '..:. f:; 1Dtr '

1ni. ,;; : O pm,, Wednesday. Worship 11 a. 'm. EvangelUtlo -' Bwk. C1w:1r'one"'" p ,_..-
Radio :program, 0" to 8:30 .. Service 7*5 "P. m. Thursday Carnation Social s/n3ry I :2! 7t
m., e4Fb I. Sunday over station weekly; prayer cervlce. Invlta. held at the home ofMrs.. Irene S. O. S. C: 1ng'aU members ofAmericafl L t l'.cvtl6ti Hi 1-1 I Iay

W1.tCR. tark*. lion extended to everycn Thomas pn:North Street.,Specific Legion Auxiliary: for' -a t t'} RNcrediT hesel/tot 1i la .1.\1.1V\&
rules an r were made'' which .I hahliitatlori/thateniaB, Mary' L. Ft1dq '" 111.'. I. : ,J._ .,
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Re?. Lewis D. Haines Pastor
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Jefferpon ,and Court Streets In the Heart of ,Town of the club. All members ,in ; in 'Florida' According, to "

attendance and guests reported president Leona>l, Royal, ,these '. I
m --Phones' : Office WO 4.6801Pastorium: > WO 9.2301 c very delightful 'tune at the articles must tw, mailed by or be- om @ia S. C..a..rTt6it4casaY. [y.'';.. :ibbia4al's'a1+::4:'a'e sYaar.'iSa3. ..: .' >; .S

SUNDAY SERMONS -11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Christmas party which was held fore'the, '. .lasVcf this,,month. The ;' .-. ..v. .--x% /. XA.--J- -Xv.v.".. y.- .; j-'V"':'. *&; v'Jt' V'C* av, Vi-- -- V**| # Ayr.: .. .

at Club Eldorado, in Jacksonville meeting, wtU bg )ieldon Monday.. A 6 ) ..t
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training ,Union 6:15 PJVL Florida. The club is now open for Jan., 11 'at'ej' O,'p.'m.. ig room 22, ":; ;;; 'iXt': ;: :: : w 11'J>afet wwjAfc.' ; ..v.-;. -/-..,;..-..;..> -- .
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FIRST BAPTIST Church Starke thirty .aYs. we are inviting men Marshall;-reporter:) ;; : : ,; :' These. Vital Messages Sponsored As A Public Service ; ;;. r
arid-women to join. The ,membership CHURCH ,NEWS I "
First 'Rorn'Temple Elder Flax ; : : : : : .
i drive: will close on Monday > ,, ; ,
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. :Feb. 1. The first'community acti- Howard, pastor; will Bold 'regular ,. r
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A ,FRIENDLY. WELCOME AWAITS YOU. 11 a. pi- on the fourth Sunday at with Sunday School at Iff a.i m. : : JOHN A. TORODE "

AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH New Bethel Baptist Church Rev.A. At 11 'a. m.:: the Fellowship,UIi! !1. : .: (, .GASOLINE ,: GREASEJ'l ;' ,
B Vinson, pastor. All members will meet at the church- Revt-S/ .
cue asked to attend and follow W. White president "in charge. 1 ; ,' ". FUEL OIL ,DISTRIBUTOR FOil KEROSENE. '. ; .. {

the same procedure as last year.Let's Young People Christian'Work will ": ',_I. :. } ':. ''' ,_

/ .'*. make this the greatest year 'x held at 5:30 p. m. evening:t+ t-: .....!.,... i LUBRICATION, .,, .- t., ;: '. ...... '3IINERAL :/: .- i
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."ft' : W. Brooks, president Alma R. invited to attend all ); .":0.
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'r1 Fiesta' Club New Bethel Baptist Church: lev.A. ." FIRESTONE ES. : ". ,. ., INSECTICIDES
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'was held on Jan. 2, at former special business,.meetingf: >n'l:rl- ". i"' : .
Wteroak- Elementary School, day, Jan- ijl, at''::30 p. m:. Allbf- I :' : FOR KEROSENE OR FUEL OIL .

President William Holland wel- fivers and.*members, are.*urged ;j'to < '

comed the guests. "Silent Night"was attend: as" '1i U5JflLe.ss .of vital ..iniiht1an ., ...,_,., Madison and Cherry'St.. PHONE WO 9-2011 Starke, Fla.
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led by;Mrs. Ethel Young vice- e n\.fstQ>' 'tfai: 4 cted. Our i .

president of the .club. All members sick members Include:', Sisters I ,. .
and guests present had avery Annie; ..Thomas,.' Minnie* Smith.
delightful time. Birthdaygifts :Laura Whitmgre.and Lizzie Peter- '

-- as,, well as Christmas gifts I man. All -are at home dping nicelyexcept GUY ANDREWS = WESTERN AUTO am Rose berg. :; & Son,

woe received by;. Mrs.! Ethel I Mrs. Peterman who' Is'- in #

Young,Harry g.and William w. T,. Edwards Hospital in Talla' I Real l Estate Associate Store, .New and! Used urniture f fDenmark
Holland. Clarenc$ DeSue. business t hassee. If, you cannot visit these :

manager and past president was members, remember them with a '
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(complimented on the very' fine (ard..Jetter' or some other type of I. t .

plans made'' for the party. which expression while, they: are shut- ,' '

was a big success. The first meetof in. JRegulW:,S rJdcesrtJl. be 'held Furniture Co. : GEM. FAJEWEL'R'Y RM .HPJME

the year will be held at the Sunday starting:with Sunday I .' ,

DeSue home on Old.Lawtey Road. &h oi'tt"9:3OC' i-m..,Supt. Milton : ,
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( f this paper next week.All members ship tf{ 11 a;.m: Comrmnion at 7 : N. L. WOODBURN ;t,

TIRELESS TIRE'/ areked''to-be; present for p. m- .Al1'members.are asked to _a. '

the election of officers. Applications come and -lime"\1our. Covenant' .. ..... .", .j'
.for .new members will be for ,1960 witla",thepastorand of- "
Af-n! lon< cord Milemaster tires by Cities Serv- turned In-at this meeting. Persons :icers in ..charge.it; make this EDWARDS' j' & J BROWNLEE '. hi'iI'II

ke'Jest and last and last. wishing, to join are asked to contact the.first milcDostcln the year .a 1 >

one of the present membersfor great day, ;Music Choir No. n- Grocery and MarketBuilding Supplies, Inc., ,& CHASTEENCommunity I

!tube',or tubeless, new Milemaster tires are information. .. E. Young acting Pauline Marshall-reporter.:: ,: \ .. .,"Ct- ,,-1.:
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heat, blowouts breaks...cushion your ride and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Millerare will participate In ,the Fellowship r. r .. .- ... .. -',..

reduce squealing, too! Yet they're priced ama.- girl the born.Dec.proud. parents 30'at the of'Ii Badferd baby south Union Starke.at First on Sunday Born, morning Temple; -State .Bank. t WARRENS S M 1 :1ryI's:

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ingly low.tor such quality County Hospital. The mother Is at 11 a. BLAH members are':urged .. ,
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the form Annie Mae Baker-of to attend.- Elder .Sampson White f' .' : _

C tJ 6'Week. 707 Florida street. Little Chris- 13 president. Please observe the .. ." ,_.r ': :,.:.

andra Lorraine and mother are following worship schedule:, Mon-; ...
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You CantBuy i I Better Tire to Save Your Life! doing fine at the home of Mrs- Gay night 6:45 Faithful Few Club :!" ;

Miller's mother Mrs. Edna Baker. meeting: Tuesday night: *!*5.; ,: : TERWIiI E. '

\ I Friends are invited to call Choir,rehearsal? Wednesday, i43; 'Grocery and MarketLAWSON'S GIB BROWN'S

;S. SILGOX I Mr. and Mrs. 'Moot-1. Julius Player meeting' : Triday945, : MOTORS. .
Chandler are also the proud parents Prayer Band.Everyone is urged Service Station
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r of a baby girl Your Authorized. Fcrdmt'tiN Ocular
Bradford County Hospital. The : the week:sad 45undaf. Miry .'
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