Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 8, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Official County Publication Established In 1879

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(I __ : Power Rate Confab :

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n a t -'& Called By" Council : P Yii

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Starke's ,City Council has decided I the board decided to hold a special Eve. Saturday, Dec. 24. The office i

after much discussion to meeting next'Tuesday night usually stays open half a1!
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; = come to grips with the problemof at 7 p. m. solely to settle the day on Saturday. I

blonde Ginger. GrinD, Unhenlty of Florida s the city's electrical rates. j i, touchy dilemma. Eugene Edwards was low man

First Queen dent from St. Petersburg, Is crowned as first reigning Queen At its 'meeting Tuesday night,;! All the old issues were aired on four bids to construct a 19 x.. _

of the Strawberry Bowl 'by Commltsioner-elect of Agriculture Council once again got into a i once more ,Tuesday as the council 17'' 'foot room adjacent to the _

Doyle K. Conner after contest finals in the BBS auditorium_ rambling discussion of the problems -!skirted but did not come to grips city hall, to house the Police De-
left surrounding Starke's with the problem! because of lack partment's radio operation. Coun-
Of f Bowl I. last Friday night. First runner up was llilma Tanner ( ) now
Berry of Starke; and second runner-up Suzanne LaMee (right), much-criticized electrical charges.I I of time and other pressing busi- cil unanimously approved the acceptance -
The discussion ended only when I| ness of Edwards' bid of
Kej stone Heights. The discussion began when 186125. Work will begin 'soon.

Mayor W.T. [Billy'Jackson SUg- Council also reviewed: the list -:, $a1.-.'

gested putting, revenue from ,the of those' persons deserving free

proposed\; new "demand" meters parking spaces in the downtownarea. t. ,

into a sinking fund for 'emergen- Six free parking spaces were f.V. ,; .!

I dies. ,Demand meters charge a I abolished-one each' belonging to ..1 .
customer the' amount of current| Dr.; Harry Gruen Florida Thea-
I he requires Then he is operating I tre Koch's Drugs, Dr. Sara Lou I d

f.. : at a high capacity plus the usual j Wells5, and two at the office of I

charge for operating at less than Dr. S. G. Denmark.. .
full capacity Clyie'LaMee, manager of Set- A ry X'
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1a : In other words Light Plant r zeros, Supermarket, appeared before ,.: .

y I Superintendent.: Riley Wasdin: the council to request buildings r.

; stated large concerns such as i and advertisements at the

Hercules Powder Co. at times use i fruit stand on South Walnut I

!'a tremendous amount of currentfor 'Street across from Setzer's be removed -
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a short time, to run some from city property. The
Riding atop a 1915 vintage Srei truck' Santa Claus distributes -
-1 machines. The city, he says. has 1 stand is owned by W. E. [Billy I IDoWting.
to have that current available at Building Inspector Riley I balloons and candy to'eager youngsters during Starke's I

all times even though the company Wasdin was instructed to see that I annual Christmas parade Monday night.

is not using ,all power avail I the matter is corrected.
able at, all times. The board also approved several
,y :, ''
Demand meters Wasdin said, new ordinances. The first, was a

J. Seymour. ,(.fourth from left), Exalted Ruler of Starke would charge the company fOrth [Continued On Page Six:]

Ten Wins, One Tie Elks presents Strawberry, Bowl champion&hop trophy to Tornado current being available u ,-

t i Captain Tombo South, and ,co-captains Ronald Crawford well as current it uses at less than. Correct Time?
Undefeated and John Miller, as Julian McRae, general chairman of the bowl capacity r ,
Starke Councilman Wayne Douglas Do you want to know the
; event, hands runner-up trophy, to Macclenny co-captains Jostle
said he
believes the electrical I .correct: time Just ask the
Alan Crews (extreme R
Dads and Larry UuPree. Tornado rates will have to be cut if only Starke Telephone Co. that's

right)' holds watch 'presented to him as best lineman in the a little. Mayor' Jackson replied) what Light Plant Superintendent 'WVIT
Whips Wildcats game; and DuPree, second from right, received a watch as best that he though* the demand'me-1 Riley Wasdjn did. _
I tens would enable the 1 Wasdin
back. city to hold reports that he call
I, the 'rates steady-'as they are now:' ed the phone company to request -
Larry Dupree's 220 yards gain- lone for touchdowns to gain 110 But Regretfully I>Demonstrating council mem- that they ,five him the

ed in 24 tries was sensational but I yards in the air. bers' wide .range ,of thought on'j correct: time each day fir the

not nough to keep Starke's 1st Tornado TD the subject, ,Jackson said the:city* town's_noon whistle. lie stated
fighting Tornadoes from whipping '- : The Tornadoes scoring in every, Civil Defense ,Director :Mclntire would do. well ;to how rates as] that the whistle is often a

upstart Macclenny 28-13. I quarter but the second opened 4hey .N\ipo".. .... .,.. ..._ .minJlt .wso: aft and.he want
Tied by Maeclenny-la-- theJSrst the .ball, '"'. game ,with i, strong Council Chairman J. .D.. Doyle t! :ed' to 'corral it
'game of the 1960'season, theTornadoes punch by hitting pay dirt 1 in just Offers Resignation Is cceptedBradtol'd stated )bat demand meters would I "Where" :do you get the correct -

came back to tame the nine plays from scrinllnage. Dug- mean. increased revenue for the' time",. Wasdin asked after
Wildcats in the seventh annual gar took the Wildcat kick off on city. He'.said the,meters V would! receiving an" affirmative an- ,".}4y a ar

Strawberry Bowl contest last Saturday the Starke 15 and brought,it backto County Commissioners lore they regretfully accept your give the businessmen a "tremendpus swer to his 'request.

before 2200 fans. the 42, a 27 yard return. at their 'meeting Monday, resignation." increase" in .commercial"rates,' "From the noon, whistle at

Duptee duplicated his first game After Gardner had ground out "regretfully accepted" tte''resig- At the'invitation of' the Board, .but .that domestic rates .would the light plant," was the op- Religious theme, "Keep Christ in Christmas," is depicted
against Starke, but five on the first play from scrimmage H., [Bob], Mclntire decrease slightly. I erator's reply. I
performance carried the nation of R. Mrs Scholl. Mrs. Marguerite in lovely float entered in pacade by Beta Sigma Phi sorority.
,his effort fell ahort of beatingthe Duggar again as the county's Civil Defense director \ Councilman Ruby Johns wanted
Tornadoes this time by 15 pigskin for 40 yards on a thrilling and immediately appointedMrs. Hall, Mrs Lloyd G. Farber. ,and :tag know what happened to the

points, though he did score both run to, the Macclenny!: 14 yard C. L. Scholl to replace him City 'Councilman Ruby Johns attended city's promotion' program. to -

'of Macclenny's.'s.. stripe before he was pulled down. Mclntire is the executive,'secretary the meeting to'discuss !show the people they're_ getting
vic- After a five yard: set-back on a StarkeBradfor8Chamber their'money'a worth. The fact i
In grinding out their tenth of the the matter.of a new Civil'Defense I' L
tory against the single tie the back in motion penalty was of Commerce and Mrs. that the: city's:monthly: charge is
After discussion the I
Tornadoes rolled up 360 yards on Duggar all the way to the double Scholl the wife.of C. L. Scholl, director. I for other'serjdces besides the
the ground and in the air againstthe stripe. After senior halfback, owner of El Rancho Motel on :Board told Mclntire, also present, light bill would have to. be explained -1 11 a r d1E -

Wildcat's 289. Slamming Sam I Johnny DeVore gained two to the S. "301 north of Starke. .and U'I,''it ,would make a decision later andscrappy I 17, Duggar ground out five to the inrecent : public she sake '
Gardner, senior fullback, been active in civic affairs in the morning. 3
led the: Macclenny 12.Then Martin passed, Mayor Jackson added that .the 5
Richard Duggar. two I years. Just.before. hele.n.the, .meeting.1
and : x
Tornado attack with 91 yards:! i to him for seven yards In a letter he' was, instructedby Mclntire city's rates are not unreasonableand
little halfback offered his resignation
,each puggar had a 9.1 average in I ulan later the scrappy the Board to write to' M InI :' that It, has good programif ': 3
from I if the Board saw fit to accept it ;
for the score .
10 carries while Gardner averaged;I went over tire Circuit Court Clerk Charles which done. it can get it before the people. V a.
kicked I was
in 11 tries. three yards out. Martin Board believes City Surveror'JerriD'McMillan 9 t
yards "The
better than eight stated .
Darby RtVL .
of four, The county's Civil Defense : r
Macclenny, largely on Dupree's he extra point his first : that the duties 'of the Director program pointed out that Power rates have :. ;r '-.Et::
had grabbed a or of one? was first
performance, led in yards gained ind the Tornadoes of the Chamber' of com- not changed in the past several r.
brought to the attention
minutes i public's
with only 2:30 ,
rushing with 289 to Starke's 250 7-0 lead merce are such that they would years. They appear to have done
several months at the Starke
But junior signal caller Irwir L one in the ball game. not allow' him to devote as much ago so because the; 10 per 'cent reduction -
came City Council The Council noted
Martin, more than made up fog] The second: Tornado score l time to the Civil Defense.program for prompt payment of! -Y f r .. _
first period that this county's was
by completing eight ol with 1:49 left in the necessary, there- bills has'been discontinued and'a r
this deficit they deem .
paJZ.51 ,as seemingly' at a stand still while 4h
to end Jimmy Ma- fContinued on_ 10 per c nt"t x added, he said. fir.
10 passes, two -r----- -.-.---_.....'..'111 the Keystone Heights programwas
Having the reduction; added back r jiJ
flourishing. Since the citypass :
on plus the'JO) per cent tax'
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half of the director's $100 ,
would increase a .$9 bill to approximately -
.V a per month' salary they, appointed $11, he stated. Santa Here!
Councilman Johns to Investigatethe I ?
In other action Council gave
N> -situation. .
rt permission' for the city clerk's
I After Mclntire's resignation f'e.ti\'e note is added by mad cavorting of unicyclist Ken
office to close all day. Christmas
i'- Monday. Mrs. Johns stated' that Gov. To Attend Prater, playing unofficial adnn'e.lOan. for the high-stepping

she recommended the change in I I I BHS Band. Crowd lined Call Street for the annual Chamberof I
defense directors because the 1
Prison Dedication
{ Commerce sponsored e\ent.
program "just had never got orj Incumbents Take I :

.l I gan1zed." The lady councilman? Next Thursday : Edmondson Elected I Barry Child Dies
'also: said that McIntire told her I i
several times that heWa too FHA Trustee
[ Lawtey Election II
I I busy' to do ,the job. : I I Gov. Leroy Collins and mem- From, Pain TabletsThe
MrsJohns made it plain also berg of the State Cabinet and the i R. E. Edmondson, administrator

;' that the city council only recom-' Incumbents swept the- field in Florida Legislature are expectedto of the Bradford County Hospital 14-month-old daughter of

|mended the change. The city has Tuesday's L wtey election,.gettinga attend dedication ceremonies was. elected to a three-year term Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Barry of
4 M in' the Civil Defense i of the new maximum security
k t x. Uno authority vote of confidence from the Gainesville died Saturday afternoon -
; a as trustee of the Florida Hospital
Vt ,I1 program .,she said but just par- electorate in their administrationof 'building of the Florida State i j in Alachna General Hospital

r __1 : ticipates in it. of &fafrs.Mayor Prison. at 2 p- Thursday, Dec.I Association at the annual meet-: from an overdose of medicine
..... '.... :Mrs. Scholl the new defense) ing held at the Everglades Hotel!
; Charles. R.; Shuford, a' 15. : she had taken at home.
t Ribbon Cutting Ceremony r director, said Tuesday that she winner for the office in every ,If. ''G.. Cochran, Jr., director of i i i in, Miami 'last .week j,I The attending physician, Dr

had not'received any records per- election since 1953. racked up a' the Florida, Division of Correc- !, Besides Mr. and Mrs. Edmond-i. Thomas M. Brill said the child

Senior Class Play Opens New Surplus WarehouseSenator \taming to the office and had,not three- Hme lead over: his opponent ..tions, will serve as master of ceremonies -., ron, .the meeting" was attended j jI i iI j Sharon Lee apparently died from
had sufficient time to formulate W. ,P. Kemp. The final tally : at the dedication which i I an unknown but fatal quantity
CHEAPER BY does surplus property* warehouse of detailed plans. But Mrs. Scholl was 153 Shuford 51 Kemp. .1. will be held at the site of the I I by :Mrs. Junius M. Smith, Mrs.:i ii i of prescription pain tablets her
E. Johns ; .
Charley 1 Commis- said she hopes to form a Civil Incumbent Marshal Sumter D. new prison on the Bradford :JC.i A. Knight Mrs. S. E. Suni .', parents had at their Flavet Village -
THE DOZEN the honors at a ribboncuttingceremony I the Florida Development | Defense Council with a memberof Harley was heavily, favored by!I County side of ,,New River. Gov, i| mons and Mrs Joe Arnold, delegates home. He said the child's
last Friday morning to I sion on U. S. 301 south of.Starke.\I each civic club in town on it. I from the Bradford County (
1 138 voters while ,Mitchell Brown, Collins and others will speak. i( mother brought her to the hospital -
I officially open the new $300.000 Pictured with Sen. Johns (from She also stated that she will begin seeking a comeback to the job I I The new cell block, with a capacity -i Hospital Auxiliary. Mrs. Smith as aocn a* she discovered

Friday, Dec. 9 \left] are Mrs. Del Galley and work immediately on the pro- from which he was suspended of 1,200 inmates com- I was appointed to the Legislative some of the analgesic tablets

Community Chorus James Huntley of the warehouse gram. earlier this jear, polled 28; Carl prises the first $6,000.000 phaseof Committee of the Florida Association m1s 1ng. The child died how-
BUS Auditorium ,
I Presents Program I staff; Commissioner-elect of Vanzant 23, and John A.-Carter the proposed new prison plant,1 f of Hospital Auxiliaries. ever, about 20 minutes after ad- s

which will require a total expenditure 1, mission to the hospital. i.I Ii .
This' Contributed Musical CantataStarke's I Agriculture Doyle Conner; T. W. FHP ReportThe 22.Mrs.. Ethel D. Reddish who has.. of around $20,000,000 j Basketball League i Besides her parents the childis \

Space : Witherington administrative director held the City Clerk's position before final completion. survived by her maternal .

Weekly to Publicize 35 member Community of the Commission's' Improvement Florida Highway Patrol since 1934. scored a four-to-one I A meeting to organize a city I i i grandparents Mr. and Mrs JamesC. !

Chorus will present a program of f Division; W. F. Glenn has issued the following report of victory for another term over her Catholic ChildrenThe i basketball league will be .held at Hobbs of Starke: ; and paternal f''\
Community Events by j assistant, and F. B. Beard super- November ,activities in Bradford challenger, sama,'M.'Norton.,The 7:30 p. m. Thursday Dec. 15, in grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Christmas, music at the Madison j{ intendent of the surplus property County:. 44 arrests g accidents; count 'waaJl iai5h> 170, Norton children of St. Edward's the USO. AH players, coaches W. Barry of Brooker.'

THE COMMUNITY Street Baptist Church at 8 p. m. department.The ,3 injuries. 40 correction cards 40. Church will have instruction up officials, and sponsors should at. Funeral services were held at

Friday Dec. 16. Director Frances gigantic task of moving issued and $3,480 in property Incumbent Councilman B. E- to Dec. 14 and will start again tend. Plans must be made immediately 3 p. m. Sunday in the Brooker I

STATE BANK Poe announced this week. surplus'property from 14 ware- damage. Reddish'polled 137 Totes<< to retain after the holidays. Classes will be in order to start play- Baptist Church with Rev. Donald

Miss Poe, music instructor at ; houses at Camp Blinding to the Of driver's license examinations his,seat,another. two years and resumed on Jan. 4. ing soon. Kokomoor and Rev. James Temple

OF STARKE Bradford High School said the new 100.000 square foot building given during the month 26 incumbents B. Smith was The high school classes ,will Anyone unable to attend the officiating. Burial was hi Dedan

hour's entertainment will also I,I was completed last week and activities passed 32 failed, and 23 were in- also. favored with a count of 73. have )their. instruction at a new, meeting should contact tSe Recreation Cemetery under direction of Wil

feature various soloists and other officially launched at the I 1: complete. ,' GV'Massey. trailed with 72 time starting at 6:30 instead of Department at WO 47441. 1ia.ms-Thomas Funeral Home of

groups knew site Monday and P. Dinitas.] Sr..With 53. 7 p. In. on Tuesday nights.! l Gainesville.


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t ..Wy -. :' .. -- ,-'..... .. ;- -,'. I Sanity Tests i I Knight, chairman of the Education Recent Births i f
Committee, that
I! plans
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'" '',i', I Given Starling |been made for year-round educational | Bradford County Hospital announces -
t A j program so include the-I| the following births i

I II I 1 distribution of literature and i:I Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur O. Carroll -
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James Alfred Starling, 24yearoJd. showing j of movies and filmstrips. Starke, a son, Ricky Odell,
c va Lawtey man charged withfr|These will be made available to [ Dec 4,
two counts of rape underwent ;'the I Mr. and Mrs. Billy Franklin

1-, I '. I _I r _,nl-" ......, or 6 .t<. rI sanity tests given by a Jacksonville public'upon request. Miles, Maeclenny, a daughter, .I
psTchiatrist last Thursdaybut I Christina, Dec. 5.i .
Mrs. LucUe": Davis spent last Attending the funeral of Col. the results have not yet been Masons J Elect i I Mr. and :Mrs. john W. Thomas
week at the home of Mr and I)I Owen W. Griffin in St. Augustine ascertained. !
Lochloosa, a son, Dec 6.
Mrs. Ray O. Weimer in Gaines-'I Monday morning were Col. and 4 Chief Deputy Dolph Reddish of The Masonic Lodge will hold.j i

ville. ', Mrs T. T. Long Mrs. A. Z. Ad- S 4 4r I the Bradford County Sheriff's i an election of officers next Monday i ii Mr. 'and :Mrs Owen Vaughn

Mrs. Millie Fogg fell at her kins, Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Mr. .." ,. __ S. i it Department said he expects the i night. December 14, 'at the !' were in Tampa several days last
home last Saturday and broke and Mrs. Junius Smith, Mrs. J. 1k. ... !.; results to come in sometime next j temple. i' :
.. '! week on business and pleasure.
her ahould; r.: A. Griffin, Mrs. W. B. Mundy : (week. Starling was examined by '
Miss Clara.Leaman was in Tampa j![I Mrs. O. L. Beasley, and Mrs. J. i. i t L !'i two local 'doctors recently but was i ,
the past two weeks with rela- W. Kincaid. ;L found to be competent.The .
tives. I Miss Sara Barefoot of Jacksonville fwd r. j youth is 'charged with the ,

CITRUS AND FRUIT TREES- was visiting her parents 1Wi jI I Ii rape of a 12-year-old: Starke girl Pyr fix GasSee I

Oranges, Grapefruit. Satsumas Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot ,' and 20-year-old Starke mother of
Pecan, Plum, Persimmons at Sis- over the weekend. |S three the two, offenses occurring ,

trunk's. I''I Mrs. Louise Price of QuitmanJ i i New Senior Girl Scout Troop i! within two weeks of each other. Us Nbw For your Gas Needs
Miss Mary Agnes Matthews of Ga. spent last week with Mr. and ; Starling was first jailed in the

FSU was home for the weekend. Mrs. James Groover. Officers of the Senior Girl i case concerning the young girl:
new retary; KathyMyrick, treasurer; !atarmsJudy; Cauffman. patrol |
She Joined her FSU advertisingclass I :Mr. and Sirs Charlie Parker of |I Scout Troop, officially launched ,; then while free on bond he com-
Phyllis. Haddock and Glenda Wade
correspondinsieaderr. \
in :.Jacksonville Sunday evening Cocoa were visiting Mrs. L. S. i here last week are: as- j mitted the second offense. He is Cit GflS. .
for' a field trip there on secretary; Vickie Frees: sergeant- slstant patrol leader. now in the county jail without
Hutto and family over the week-I> Le-ft to right: Kay narhptt.. sec- II.
Monday and Tuesday. While in end. 'i i bond. I FOR HEAT
Jacksonville i class'were guestsat Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Bollinger I!I Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Shelton I His trial is set for Dec. 19, in I ,
Robert) have returned to, their homein Circuit Court.Cancer. i AMD CHILL i
the : Meyer HoteLOrder were in Orlando last Saturday attending i I I j D IRE
Passaic N. J. after two weeks' I f NEVER SCABED GAS
.Imprinted and Photo- a Child Evangelism: : i .
visit with Mr. and Mrs Bill Har- .
graphs Christmas Cards now atBufflnsWs. meeting. I II i. Crusade l WHEN WITH 6AS HEAT' I
rell and Mr., and :Mrs.: Tom FOR COOKING
tfehe Fnrenase" any moflel of Sinter 'VOU ARE PREPAJ2ED
S ewing Machine at Denmark I Meets

-: ..__., ::.., : J..f -." '' 1 Furniture Co. tf Order Imprinted and Photographic j. f i Group BOO! GAS.
Christmas Cards atBulllngtQ n
now .
Mr. and Mrs Charles Sawyerof Bradford County's Cancer Crusade -
Jacksonville Beach have 's, tfchgMr. L'
the E. R. Moench homeat purchased and Mrs. Ralph Bryan and I Committee met with Chair1- I FOR HOT WATER

FloridTheatre 1545 Raiford road and plan i son of Keystone Heights! were man Carl Johns Monday at the I ;

I to move in this weekend. The J Sunday; guests of Mr., and Mrs. I Garden Restaurant to plan the GAS
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Palmer Williams. N.
Moenchs have moved to Jackson I year's activities.
Mrs. Mr. and
Evelyn Beardsley
vine. Plans for the annual Cancer
Miss Sonia Hunter and Mike Mrs. Donald Cobb and children Dance FOR CLOTHESDRYING
-' ak were discussed, along witha PHAUOWBEN|
Goldwire will arrive home Saturday :and Bill Beardsley of Pamona proposal to include a golf tournament

from Asbury College, \Vil- Park were weekend guests of Mr. in this year's Cancer

more, Ky. for the Christmas holi and Mrs. Herbert Thomas at their Fund Drive.Tentative. 1 '
days. camp in the Scrub. dates have been set; j I When You Use ,Pyrofax Gas For These
I Citrus and Fruit Trees at Sistrunk's.
Christmas Decorations at Pey- with ;
the dance to be sometime Needs You Get
TRIPLE FEATURE i tons Florist. in March and golf tournament
1 Mrs. Brownlee Mrs. L. Arch Thomas, Jr. attended ,a e'
H. L. scheduled for April 29-30. FASTERCLEANER
PROGRAM F. Dinkins. and Mrs. ..1L: Stith State Library meeting in OrlandoMonday I The state representative for the I' -. SAFER

First FeatureSecond of Sanford are spending this week evening. American Cancer Society, Nell ii And The Most Dependable l Gas There .
in i iI Falls Church, Va. with Dr. andMrs. Singer sewing Macntae Needles Richardson, informed the committee I lIs.i
at Denmark Furniture Co. tf i
M. C. Stith.
Attending the American Le- that Bradford: County'squota We
CITRUS AND FRUIT TREES Or- for the 1961 drive has been; Appreciate All Business
gion midwinter conference in i
Oranges Grapefruit Satsumas. set at $2.000.Appointments.
lando last and
Pecan Plum, Persimmons at Sistrunk's. ,Saturday Sunday ';,, y'S of the following
were Harry Rabb, John Grew, t
1 committee chairmen
I and Arch Thomas, Jr. I' were I
Wayne Edwards of_Alexandri ., nounced: I
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Freeman s'I
Va. and Miss Diane Blake of Pa- Special gifts -Norman Willis PHONE
; I
Sr. of Tampa were Saturday .r PHONE
latka were visiting Mr. and Mrs. trades and industry H. A. I
luncheon guests of Mr. and _Mrs. WO
Jack Edwards over the weekend. I
Sprow independent businessei-
Owen Vaughn.. ; ., WO
Mrs. Fred Guy of Gainesvillewas Julian McRae; residential: district
Miss last
Kate spent I
the overnight guest last Fri -Mrs. H. 4-7551
Knight rural
; communications 4-7551
VyJ week with her sister, Mrs. W.' W. ""
day of her mother Mrs. A. ZL ,
T. Alderman.
Page, in Lake City. Miss Struth Mrs.. J.
Adkins. Top: Members<< of the Other business Included an an
to had as Wednesday visitor, Mrs. new Archery'Class, sponsored by the I I I
Friends here will regret II
City Recreation Department, :,nouncement by Mrs. C. A. I
+ W G. Struth ,of Jacksonville. gather
around the
learn of the death last week of target to see I
11gt' Mrs. C. S. McCornack in St. Kirsch Drapery, Rods at. Starke who scored a bull's'i eye. Included ,In. group'are:'Emmett! Ak- I

Charles, Ill. Mrs. McCornack was Hardware." tfchg ridge, Wayne. Kersey Johnny -Westfall. Robert Hollingsworth, :
e AFB-2 Harvey Tanner returnedto and' Ira,, ,
Henry, and Tytone'3iizeltLower
frequent winter visitor in : ;

1 i I Starke.David McRae, son of Mr; and Tuesday Keesler after-AFB two' Biloxi wee, Mission s' leave i.i Worth. Jlizeli: Ardent; andkridge''' bowman: "Mizelij lire seen; Kersey:, taking, \\' stfall.: Hollings-. Ideal Gift for Mother. .

spent! *with his family. dead-cj& aiiu at" .
Mrs. Jimmy, McRae, .is' in Bradford the Lull's '
eye .
: I County Hospital for obserWio.n Mrs. Harry Rabb.returned. Sunday -1. .. .
from Riverside' Hospitalwhere"sKe"
J I. '
and t.re.a.t.ment.
> rJ'S ";>'
was confined(ilii Archery Pro..etPciplj
Christmas Lights at PeytonFlorist '
two weeks. .. ,

D Mr. .and Mrs. E. E. Lewis and Order Imprinted and 4 Photo- The Archery Club wi1JtgO1dG'; of the'-St. Johns. Bowmen Club of I, 'before Christmas delivery&C

family were Sunday dinner guestsof traphc Christmas Cards now atEllington's. Gainesville Sunday afte'noolnto\ Jacksonville. I
visit the Gainesville Qpwh'niter'Club. .
Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Dyal in tfchg:I The Starke club is sponsored .
i 1 j by the
Hampton. They visited Mr. and ? I City Recreation .Department -
8 Mrs, B F. Grimes in Gainesville] Final Rites The Gainesville group .is spon1soring'an ,and meets on the Pratt
on Sunday afternoon. all-day field,sboot; and it and forget I it.
i :; Street ,Playground: each Saturday ,
I Mrs. R. E. MacBlain spent the For Col. Griffin the local boys and girls'.wijl go ,
| at ]0
: a. m.
first of last week in Apalachicola --. 4 along to observe the compjptitioij J "
visiting her son-in-law and daughter In St. between. clubs in this area.-: They 1rembers'will travel to Gainesville WESTINGHOUSE AUTOMATIC WASHER
Mr. and Mrs. 'George Fortu- Augustine will be guests of Walt :'Kfngalocal with Bob Benner, Recreation

Feature nas while Rev. MacBlain attendedan resident, who is a ,memberCivil i.Director.
I Episcopal preachers conference: Cot Owen W. Griffin 31, died \ # S You get MORE WASHING POWER

at Camp Weed. unexpectedly as the result, of a t 'Defense genes period. This would include for cleaner, brighter clothes
I heart attack at his,home in St. -
I ; j necessary food,
Charles and
Knight son. Doug- I water fuel for ,.
las, of Gainesville] visited their Augustine last Friday morning.He Talk. Given ,P7XCivilian -. : 'cooking and heating as well as : .,M WESTINGHOUSE 4-CYCLE LAUNDROMAT -

grandmother, Mrs. D. EC Knight was a native of Starke the I'at least half a tank of gasoline if :. ,AUTOMATIC WASHER
son of the late O. J. and Lila Dy '
on Sunday, '" 1 evacuation: became 'M' '
al Griffin. Defense as a, coopera-!I i* necessary. ; : ? '. Automatic Lint Ejector
j.- :
Extra Bobbins tare time-Stock He advised people to 'v": : $2.50
Col. Griffin entered the Florida tive community effort was dis-I stay in- ., : : .. ,"'f Suds '0 Water!: Saver -' ;
with Singer Bobbins doors at -
In at Den- home, in case of tt.. "
attack :.
mvtr Fnrnffni, CA tf National Guard in Starke as an cussed at the High, School ,PTA j and said it should be the PTA's <. 'tff'i' .; ,..',' y,.,,',r, .:\ff f. ",5.":.:, Look-in Loading Door A WEEK
a enlisted man in 1929, progressing J ::;.r: '''-" ; f;'"'" '1
Mr. and Mrs. W. ,P. Randall of meeting-Tuesday night by Robert!! Job to form a motor pool so that ,; "" .. < "; ;; I
through the ranks from private '. :1 < i t Exclusive: Wetinghouse
washing action
Tampa are visiting Mr. and Mrs. llclntire who.resigned ,this week! all'children'would have ": :
of : '
t means :: i
Bill Graham. colonel. He moved to st. Augu- : -'f lift and dips, tumblm and plunge
CD director
county transportation back, home withcut' ;, .-. ',''.;+ YOW'.1tf'
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Dees r stine in 1932 as secretary to the Mr. Mclntire. ]f ; 7'1:, clothes again and Two
oLive : said that Civilian 1 having; ,their parents create I .' t again.. deep rinsest
Third Feature Oak were Sunday visitorsof adjutant general, and remained Defense was largely a do It yourself -'I contusion by ,coming to school :? \t-tt; -y : i t follow. And you simply turn & single! dial

Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green. with the Military Department of f program, and that each for -them.j ., ;' ...;::'f.1\ fh:.; ;,,- :, ...:n... k for just right washing' of a1!) fabrics.
| Mrs. Helen Mock and Mrs. H. Florida since that time, except should ...'l\ ,.. '", .. .' .i.' : '
family provide ,means for j The? speaker was introduced by \' ''f" ::::tr '.::, :::'
e et'ATA| for the :
l M. Griffin of Waldo were Sunday period of World War n .taking care .of its members i I \ "f< '" .. "
1 own
1a when he Wayne Haines who had charger 'lt ... ;:.:.:.., MATCHING WESTINGHOUSE
visitors of Mrs went into the federal a' f
Carrie Ritch and during at least two-week o{ the program. \ 4-TEMPERATURE. DRYER
I Miss Annie Darby. service with the National Guard I. ', ,-,,' /i 1; -;-" .- -
Plus "How Now Doing:, Christina Wreathes at Peytons, serving in the Asiatic-Pacific ..,..' N ; < ":.?t ,> 'k W'#' '?" >1.75Air UTE-.tK; .

Boing," Cartoon Florist Theatre of Operations. Williams Has That W '(,, fluffs Flow gyitwn drie tad sin ii
y latter, cooler
I Alph Hazen of Orlando was He'was a member of the St. i Model L.124 more economically! Model' 0-124

SUN, MON.. TUES. visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Ha- Augustine Rotary Club, Elks Club. Special Gift For All i \ FOR QUALITY FOR FEATURES FOR
I zen on Sunday. American Legion the Florida National j ? i.; VALUE..THE BIG SWING IS TO WESTINGHOUSE

December 11, 12, 13 I Mr. and Mrs. John Ewing of Guard Officers Association, i| The Family So This'

I'I Decatur HL are visiting Dr and, the Officers' Club of St. Augustine :

A i,, Mrs. Gerald Ewing for two weeks. and the Episcopal Church. CHRISTMAS I

LLv I ; Rrplare your old Twin* ma Surviving are his wife Helen L.1 I ,
rhine belt With'a new Sinter Belt Griffin; a daughter; Patricia Elizabeth 'I JEHR!

fr.- fV"m.rl(- Fnmltor Co 1* :, and a niece. Sue Biggs GIVE IL-: 1 FREE I't.uxury.stW
Mrs. D. M. Heath of Fort Sandbach. all of St. Augustine. i

Lauderdale is visiting her par-] Funeral services were held at I
r ents, }[r. and Mrs. J. 's. Sapp 9:30: a.- m. Monday in Trinity I / '

and,family for two weeks. :Mr: and Episcopal 1 Church with Rev i WESTINOIKHiSS I
Mrs Richard Ray and sons of Charles M. Seymour Jr., rector I WATCHES -from--- $19 D.EC1IHIII1I111tI..-- stir w
Savannah, Ga. "will join their officiating. Burial was in the St up when you twyj. ;, iv.., *p.llrsb..se/'

rip family for the weekend. Au uc .
Kirsch Drapery Rods at Starke with military honors accorded by .r
d+ the Florida National Guard. We 'Hove' A :
; i Hardware. tfcht j i Complete Stock Of I

rLtw? t Mrs. Marie Burns of Newman. j! ,Active pallbearers' were' Mat. I
Ga. ia visiting her father Bill 1 Gen. Mark W. Lance. Maj. Gen. I I

Harrell. and Mrs. Harrell. 'Gentry White Brig. Gen Ralph I Diamond 'Rings, Necklaces See us for: Holiday Low, Low Prices on Westinghouse Stereo _. I

Plus "Southbound Ducking" Members of Beta Sigma Phi I W. Cooper Col. Harold C. Wall, ..
". Cartoon sorority carried a basket 'o f, CoL J, F. Pfaff and MaJ. Charles Birthstone, Rings Cigarette Lighters "The Most Beautiful, Furniture You Ever Heard"
Christmas M. Gilchrist Jr.. ..
gifts to the State- Men -
tal Hospital in Maeclenny on I Club Insignias '* Watch Bands t
Web, Thurs., FrL, i Midget Basketball.All
i Wednesday. .
I See Us: Before You Make i
December 14, 15, 16 Order Imprinted and Photographic boys in the 5th and 6th Costume._ Jewelry" Electric Razors Your Holiday Purchases! I

Christmas'Q. Cards now tfrhf atBuUlDgto playing grades. in who the are Recreation interested Department'a in- "' ELGIN- NEW, RAILROAD WRIST We Have Many More Bargains' to Choose F, ri1--

Mrs. J. ,1I. Mitchell is ;

CWlUBIA,,- .I ear hospital treatments at iai.at E.a convalescent 7th Street{I!j[i this tennis winter courts Midget should next Basketball report'to Thursday League' the afternoon I!,::I CHRONOMETER: *ATCHES 79;.50 Buy Now! Make Your First Payment March' "Il '

Jacksonville where she has been at 3:30.: Practice' willi i

..ro.eoaamrro. confined the past week. I begin at this time with, games Hundreds Of Other Items To Select From I .
Mr. and' Mrs. Dave Paulk at-
starting after' Christmas.

1 (1B5C3HHQ3 tended "open house"* Saturday at i FQur, :teams will be- formed to R't\ f -.' North Florida
the 'Jacksonville branch of the I play an exhibition the preliminary I Supply

Plus "Planet Mouseola" Car. Detroit Diesel Engine' Division. game'to, the tournament, WIRIAMS JEWELRRYI LAuthorized. "

Hallmark Christmas Cards on grading the adult schedule. ,r

toon display; now at Bnlftnr on'L tfchg For further information contact -

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T t Glenda Wade Named Christmas Dance Little Women To Mrs. Fitzgerald

L : Girl Scout Of Year' j Planned By Hear Christmas Ideas Passes Sunday
Miss Junior 'Women i
nounced Glenda Girl Wade was pro-'I I i 'Christmas Ideas' will be presented Mrs. Pauline Lalane: Fitzgerald
Scout of the
at the annual year! Plans for a Christmas danceon by Miss Betty Lou Wain- 88, widow of the late J. J. Fltz-
Scout Investiture 'I wrigSl: t: at the Little Women's
ceremony held Dec. IS were announced at a gerali, died December 4, In a
Wednesday ev.e.1 i Club meeting next Monday eve- Staike nursing home. She
of l last i meeting of the Junior Woman'sClub had
ning week in the. Starke }
I ning at 7:30 o'clock at the club
Mooty j made her home in Starke for the
_._.___. _._.___._.___._._ t Y Woman's, Club. Another highlight : Monday night. Reservations house.
I of the service launch- I should be made by calling any past year with her daughter Mrs.
I was .I member of the social committeeby Hostesses for the evening will Florence B. Brown.
Constance Jones June Morgan Ing the new senior of
Joyce troop
( -j be Misses Susan Slade, Donna
Girl Scouts, most of the- Friday. Des 9. Mrs. Fitzgerald was born Dec. 6,.
;a} s Vows' With Becomes Bride Of having been members since-'Brow Mrs. L. H. Outlaw introducedMrs. Trawick and Joalyce :Graham. 1872 in Charleston. S. C. and

herald Tainter Billy ChambersMiss nies. The senior Scouts being Gerald White of Jacksonville moved to Tampa in 1888 with her

capped were Kathy Myrick,. Phyllis a'ho' ,gave a talk on the Woodman Circle parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. La-

The wedding of, Miss Constancea Joyce June Morgan of Haddock, Kay Garbety, Judy | growing dangers of obscene literature lane, who were early residents.

; 'of Jones, daughter Mr: and Jacksonville daughter of Mr and FY. Cauffman, Glenda. Wade, .and and what is being doneto Members of the Woodman Cir- there.

In.. Nelson E. Jones of Starke, Mrs. R. Morgan of Starke, became :k-- Vicky Frees, .ages 13 to:17. combat this eviL The devotional cle will have their' annual Christmas Besides her daughter in Starke

nd Gerald Eugene Tainter, USN, the bride of Billy Eugene t Receiving the Curved Bar"Rank was given by Mrs Robert Party on Monday, Dec. 12. I Mrs. Fitzgerald is survived by two

;in Diego, Calif., son of Mr. and Chambers of Jacksonville, son of L were Glenda Wade Kathy Myrick, :Mullins. II I Each member will bring a gift, other daughters Mrs. S. C. Corn-
fri. Merrill Taint**. of Soldiers Mrs. Ena Chambers of Pendle- Phyllis Haddock, Kay Garbett. Refreshments were served by not to exceed %2 in cost and meet wall of Hellanu Pa., and: Mrs. J.

Grove; Wi3., was, solemnized at ton, S. C., ,on November 30 'at 3 and' Judy Cauffman. Receiving ; the hostesses at the close of the I at the home of Mrs. W. L. An- W McNeer, New Port Richey;

:JO o'clock; Thursday night. Nov. p. m. in the Peasant Valley Baptist the second class pins were Gerry j meeting. drews at 7 p. m. From there, they two sons, J. J. Fitzgerald San

,4, at the home of :Mrs. Stella Church, Waycross, Ga. Rev. Beth Mooty, Harriett Louden, I will go to the Green Oaks Rest- Francisco, Calif., and Charles L.

!fughes, 1220 LeBaron Ave., Jack. Sam L.; Watson performed the Betsy Matthews, Lee Darby, Gay New Members Of aurant for dinner and exchangeof Brownell, Houston, Texas; four

ortville.. double ring ceremony. \\ Mabry, Bonnie Lou Graudon and WomenHonored gifts. grand children and four great
Phi Rev. W. B. McCrary of Roy I,. Morgan of Jacksonville Jane Hardy. New Girl Scouts Junior grandchildren.

Vekfca, a personal friend of the attended the groom as best man.Miss s;& invested were Tiffen :Mabry, At Tea Recent Births Funeral services were held Wednesday -

i fjde, performed the beautiful Judy !Gwennette Morganof ,. Jackie Smith and .
,-"'" .'.;. \ Linda Crawford. ri in Tampa with J. L. Reed
ubl .ring ceremony before aof Starke served her sister u ... ;.::" '. g *The investiture* saw ten Brownie A Christmas 'honoring new Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stallingsof & Son Funeral Directors in
maid of honor in blue ., ;:) members and members the Waldo
}dote ,banked- with baskets a light ..jr fly-ups light candles to de- of announce the birth of a charge of arrangements. Burial
( ('bitton'dress with matching satin .- 4' pict JJie ten, Girl Scout laws. Junior Woman's Club will be given son, Charles Luther on Dec, 1 was in the Catholic Church
,The ''bride, given in marriage slippers. She wore a blue orchid They'were: Beverly McRae, Linda by the Starke Woman's Club at Baptist Memorial Hospital. ;

ttendant Miss Angela Akra of Tht bade, given in marriageby Richards, Sandra Regiser, ,Susan afternoon at 3:30: o'clock at the Ann Dinkins. I II

aclcsonville, maid of honor. eo her..ither, .chose. for her wed- Madison Street Baptist ChurchThe Fogg, Celita Bryant Sharon :,. club house. j| Mr. and Mrs. Bert Newcombof I

i.Robert Tainter of Soldiers ping) the ,traditional white lace i Madison Thornton and Marilyn Bollinger. A short business meeting will Marl ton, N. J. announce the i I D 1C
Jrbve, Wise.,. served as best manor waltz length gown 'over white Street Baptist ately after the wedding In the be held preceding the tea. Mrs. birth of a daughter' Nov.
' Church, was the setting for r' Conducting the investiture were i 27. THCATKSTARKE
his brother. satin featuring a round neckline I a ( church education building.. Thbride's Gilbert '
: Newcomb, music chairman -) Paternal
Scout grandparents are lr.1find FLA.
' lovely wedding Friday evening, j table Mrs. Pat Cauffman,
overlaid with
The bride was gowned in whitelrocade and short cap sleeves. Her gown was a
is in charge of the Mrs. G. S.
- taffeta, fashioned with was complemented with a white I Nov. 4, at 6:30: o'clock when Janet lace cloth and centered with"a and assistants, Mrs. Gerald Ewingr program.I Newcomb of

iL i full akirt, extending into 'a orchid corsage Marie Johnson became the brideof four-tiered cake topped 'with a and Miss Anne Matthews., Hostesses for the tea will be I Starke. SUN., LION TUES.

|!hapel! train. The bodice was of The bride's mother was attiredin Louis Albert Mann. The brideIs miniature bride and groom placed Mrs.; J, D. Warren 'Brownie Mrs. Foster Shi Smith chairman Dec. 11, 12, 13

arfccesa style white taffeta, a pearl .blue. sheath dress with the. daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. on a large reflector. Branched leader, ,with Mrs. T. <3..,,Ritch, assistant Mrs. T. C. Hazen Mrs. James I Starke Man Named

verlaid with Chantilly laoe. Her black accessories and a white or- Harold Johnson and the groom is !. candelabra with burning white presented the following I Lewis, Mrs. S. L. Peek, Jr., Mrs. I OutstandingAgent Seven Ways
the son of Mrs. Gertrude Hoff- Brownies George Kopelousos, Mrs. J. R.i :
jVlusion veil was attached to a chid corsage. tapers, decorated'with mums and |, with' their second year
i; ueen's crown of iridescent mal After a wedding ,trip to South meister, all of Starke. Rev. J. H. fern, were placed at either. end stars: Fran Casey, Betty :Jo Warren Kelly,Mathews Miss Clara Leaman Mrs.j I! James Ermie Jones of Starke From Sundown

i and a pearl necklace was and North Carolina the young i Mabry, Jr.. performed the of the table.; Evelyn Sinclair, Sally Moore, Garl Mrs. V. V. Hazen, Mrs., D.Mrs.L. Silcox R. F. !; was recently honored by being Audie Murphy, Barry Sullivan

n only ornament. couple will reside;, at 6996 Goldu i nuptials. The punch table was attractive Donna Lou Patray, and' Peggy selected as the outstanding agentof
. A reception was held following locks Lane ,Jacl son\'i11e. The The atar of the church was with a lace cloth and centeredwith Yancey. New Brownies being Invested Menitt Young, Mrs.Williams.Wesleyan J. R.. Kite, and Mrs the Liberty National Life In- The Flying FontainesMichael

pe' ceremony. The bride's table 'bride .chose for traveling an or- decorated with tall baskets of a silver candelabra decorated were Jan Ritch, Susan surance Co. in the Florida-Mis Callan, Evy Norland
\as covered with a white lace chid two-piece' wool' dress with white gladioli and chrysanthemums I with mums and fern. Two crystali Scoggins; Elizabeth Thornton, sisstppi Area.Representing.

oth. White carnations and green- black accessories, .complemented against a background of I i, punch bowls were placed at either Patty Rosier and Debra Johns. Guilds the Gainesville and John, Evan-*

ry encircled the bottom of the by Tier wedding c>>r age. palms and fern Burning white j! end of the table. Brownies preparing fo r' "investi To Meet I District Jones was named "Manof Plus. Color;Cartoon

ur--tiered wedding cake; which -The bride is a'graduate of BHS, tapers in branched candelabracast Mrs. M. L. Johnson greeted ture are, Mary Sue Underhill, the Month" by the companyfor

as topped with a miniature class of""54, and is presently employed I Mrs.a soft L A.glow over the setting. |I guests at the door at the recep Marilyn Patterson Patty, May, The Wesleyan Service Guilds''' his outstanding service to Wed., Thurs. Dec. 14, 15
Canova organist, and Jan
ride and groom. with the Prudential Life rendered tion and presented them to the Thompson. i ., and Circle Four of the Methodist, policy holders and for his life insurance Flesh And The
Miss Marlyn Tainter, sister of Insurance Company in Jackson nuptial music as the receiving line composed of the At the close of the Brownie Church will meet next Tuesday sales. SpurJohn

le bridegroom, kept the bride'ook ville. The groom is a graduate of guests assembled: and accom wedding party. Mrs. Willie Mae service, Evelyn Sinclair gave a evening as follows: Mr. Jones has been Agar and Maria English
sPendleton High' 'School. S. panied Mrs. J., H. Mabry, Jr., talk 'the Liberty
while Mrs Ralph Crawrd C.. on Brownies role in being
: soloists, who Denton cut the bride's cake andwas Guild 1 will have a supper National since Nov. 2, 1959. He I
class''of "I Love You
54 and
of Keystone Heights served d is presently in a Scout. ; My Dog Buddy
I Truly." assisted by Miss Delores meeting 7 o'clock at the homeof and his wife. Jacqueline, have two I ,
ie wedding cake, and Miss Mari- the U. S. Navy stationed at the Cloversettle. Presiding at, the The first! and second class s Mrs Paul Bridges, 303 Monroe London Famous Dog Star and
Jacksonville. Naval Base The bride, given in marriage by ; sons James and Randolph. He is
t'rt.Jones Jacksonville 'presIded her brother, punch table were Misses Carolyn scouts presented skits which portrayed street, with Mrs. II. W. Cressler I Travis Lemmond
James Johnson
the was a member of the American
rt r
punch bowl.
k' attired 'in a beautiful designed Warren Myrtle' Ann Hinson, and the, Girl Scout laws, camp- and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy as co-
I\ After the reception the newly- Presbyterian' Women ,and gown Vivian Lee Vickers. Mrs E. D: out style; and the senior troop hostesses. I and the First Baptist Church, Plus Color Cartoon
f made by herself. The
, eds left for San Diego, Calif.:Hold Circle MeetingThe i full length gown of white Duchess Tenly, Jr. kept the bride's book. put on.a. skit "Midnight capersat Guild 2 will meet at the home where he has served as assistant

9,way of Niagara Palls, and bridal satin and 'imPOrted Alencon After a wedding trip to South a' Girl, Scout camp-out." of Mrs. Jimmy Rowe at' 8 o'clock. Sunday School teacher for over Fri. Sat. Dec. 16, 17

oldiers Grove, Wise. They will the Church Presbyterian will have Women of lace featured short- sleeves, accented Georgia Mr and Mrs. Mann are. Following, the service and. program Circle 4 will meet at 8 o'clock' four years. Surrender Hell!

here ake, their( home In .San. Dtego. circle: meeting and a Christmas combined with scalloped lace andseed residing at 708 N. Temple avenue.I refreshments were served I I at the home of Mrs. George Snell.j; Keith Andes,,and Susan CaboLet's
'Mr: Painter serves with 'pearls. The round neckline The bride chose for'traveUni a in ,the gunroom. Assisting, in serv i
in the -
\e U.-'S.. Navy.jradford ing party next Tuesday Sunday evening School build-at 8 which dipped, to a V in'back was camel tan jersey sheath .dress tag were Mrs.: Jack Smith, airs}I Cash paid for gooff clean, cot. THE rUGMT POUVf tar -e Make Love
A.. J. Strickland. way you write come In and select ,
with andwore ,
matching accessories Mrs. Lola
o'clock. Members are reminded to graced by .lace medallions and Gar ton rajs. No Khaki or pooBring l
[ the orchid from her bridal bett:and Mrs. Harry Mooty. your favorite ESTEKbKOOX Starring Marilyn Monroe
Nurses seed pearls. The pleated skirt,
: to Bradford County Tele-
bring gifts for. the Thornwell or- Fountain I..'... rv.LV.GRA Plus Color *"
phanage. .. terminating in a chapel train, was bouQuet.I zrapn. Cartoon ..
0' Meet accented with ,scalloped lace and I Out-of-town guests were Mr. I- -
evening Dec. 15, at 7:20, o'clock pearls. The bride carried a white'I and Mrs. W. F. Vickers of Wes-
[ The' Bradford County Nurse's I in the, Bradford County Hospital Bible topped with a large white! connett. Mrs. Elsie Hall, and Mr.

going win be held Thursday staff dining- room. __. orchid with a fringed purple and Mrs. Fleet Collins of Gainesville -

throat. From this fell white Mr. and Mrs. James Akridge
: streamers tied at' Intervals with of'Keystone, Mr. and.Mrs. Wayne
Low Cost Luxury lilies of 'the valley nosegays. Her!1 Chance of Alachua, Mr. and Mrs.

only ornament was a gold cross, !.! R. O. Mann of Lake Geneva, and
a.gift of the gr' oom_.- Her veil of : Mrs. Shirley Glover of Keystone.
' French silk illusion' was held in i : <
in Music..in Styling I
: place by a Victorian crown of I i\JBPWClubrtoIds I .
seed pearls.
'Wayne Chance served the Christmas Party

Performance If HI groom as.best man and the ushers ,j
The BPW club held its. annual You'll Find
were Dick Akridge and Tommy Everything At Denmark's From
Frith. Christmas party last Thurs Elegant Living Room ;
the home of the
/ day'evening' at
K SfrrgA) 'Miss Delores Hardy served as
president, Miss, :Madge Middleton.Miss Furniture To Out-Door Play SetAnd For
maid of honor in a full length Only A Small Down Pay- 1
gown of soft yellow lace over Middleton presided over a
net. and taffeta She carried a short business meeting precedingthe ment You Can Pay Next Year !
nosegay of white shasta daisies party. I

with showers of yellow satin rib- Silver Christmas decorationsand -
an arrangement of pine cone I

., bon.Mrs.. Johnson chose for her lilies were used for the party dec- \ I(

daughter's wedding a blue jersey orations. The dining room table
sheath dress with short sleeves was attractive with a red linen RECLINING CHAIRS LARGE PLATFORM ROCKERS

with which she wore long white cloth and six single silver candleholders i

1{ gloves, a white pearlized sequin with tall burning red SOLID MOLDED
JI ,
I hatband blue shoes. Her outfit tapers. A silver coffee service FOAM s' I
was complemented with a corsage was placed at one end of: the BACKS
; of pink feathered carnations. I table and silver trays. held 'horsd'oeuvers Many Styles AND SEATS

1 Mrs. Hoffmeister was attired in I! dips:: crackers, cakes 4
..Sw a deep shade of plum wool sheath i' and cookies. A| small Christmas .. i And Colors $69.95 Value
I' tree graced the*buffet. The members '
dress with varying lighter shades, 1i From Which
featuring a round neckline and exchanged gifts during the Ir .. i
three-quarter length sleeves. She I evening.Miss To Choose 95 I
wore matching hat. black ac- Middleton had as assistant ,. '. 'ONLY49 !

t cesSo es..and a corsage of white hostesses Mrs. Lee Dunnevant fY rr
feathered carnations.A and Mrs. Pansy ,Quigley of''Green I

reception was held immedi- I Cove Springs lira. Ray Stone, '_
and Mrs. Gertrude ,HoffmeisUr.

.. Winsome Class ', An Ideal i
-,1r. Holds MeetingThe Southside PTARecognizes J. J Christmas Gilt ;

vM' Winsome Sunday School ,' Dads r-_ ':' --s Molded Foam Rubber i

high-fidelity Class of the First Baptist Church J I' "Dads" received special recog- ;

held its monthly business meetingand j nition at a meeting of the South- Ts_ : = N THROW PILLOWS !
social Tuesday night, Nov. 29, side Elementary School PTA in
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stereophonic console phonograph at the home of Mrs. A. L.. Crosby'Jr' 'I j the cafeteria Tuesday, night .,,,, A S ays ,

: ''Mrs. Charles Phipps led the!!i I Recreation Director Bob Ben- With Zipper Corduroy j
devotional after which a short
this phonograph is self nor presented the program which Covers.
Boldly new, superb a completely business meeting was held. !
included several groups' of chil- I
in dramatic acoustic Round Or Square
contained stereophonic: system a Miss Charlotte Howell and Mrs. dren demonstrating the trampoline I I

cabinet. In contemporary styling, the"cabinet finish Uhandrubbed Myrtice Nichols assisted the hos- and tumbling, exercises. Your Choice'Of Colors I

full-bodied, Genuine' Mahogany a tess in serving'retreshments at!: Refreshments were served by :\yk .

magnificent accent to your living. or listening.room! the close of the social hour. Nine the room mothers of the fourth STARTING A ft 95 (' !
members'attended the meeting, grade.' h _:__ 98

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your finest records-Stereo and Monophonic) Professionally Hold Christmas PartySt Marriage Solemnized ONLY fv4rtJ

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way it sounds best to you!. Powerful High-fidelity Stereophonic Mr. and Mrs. Thomas XL Brownof .
have: a Christmas party on the (, '
Speaker System Space for addition of FM-AM Stereo Radio regular meeting night Tuesday, Nashville, Tenn. announce the I
if desired later! marriage of their daughter, Sara : I
Dec. 13 in the parish halL Hostesses .
Alice, to 2nd. Lt. Oliver H. As
Modal $199.95 will be'Mrs. Francis Meng, It's A Fact You Can Do Better
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Mrs. Ogden Bates, Mrs. Owen pinwall Jr.. son of }{rs. Margaret '. -

Vaughn. Mrs. Randall china, and Davis of Starke.. : !P't' I

,the"v'ICe 0 off. Mtce Mrs Members'Albert having Hartmann.the. Altar for at The 4:30 marriage p. m. on was Oct* 24.solemnized' : : Free

December are Mrs, Warren Roach *-w Denmark Furniture Co: !

;fOM- IN TODAYFORA THRILLING DEMONSTRATtONfBiingtorStudio and Christmas Mrs. Henry Cards StefanellL are now 'being Madison Circle 2 of St.lire Madison WMU Street ,Deliveryr

sold by members and, the societyIs
Baptist Church WMU will meet ;

i drive.also Anyone sponsoring)having, a scrap waste paper Tuesday evening Dec. 13,. at 434 W. Call St. Phone WO 4-4321 I
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I L I England is about to shut down I i!South room.of his present office ready for their junior year at Tl

editorial i I because of a shortage of fleas. to the County Judge. Give the Citadel, :is considered a sign
MI Former's Diary I Mcst any old Bradford County:[ balance of the Superintendent'sI honor at toe military cone
dog would be able and glad: to !.I office to the Clerk of 'the I-ii
put that outfit right back in competition j Circuit Court for storage of ob- Members ire selected after s
By Sum -r.lII"v"<< I It again with a new set of \'solete records; in this way he 3 vere tests of their parade tee'

performers. [ would have plenty cf room for t nique, bearing; precision, aJ
Harvest of. .What? f fumigation of seedbeds has been .
i prearance. and: prompt reactifto
[ current records.
I brought out by N C. tobaccomen.The .
I scheme 'usesi ot MB and it !1 The aove: could easily be accomplished commands. Candidates

Bradford County, now on the eve of establishing its ; : is supposed to cut down: the time 1 t and at very little ex- each company in the 2,000corps

first migrant labor camp, should not be disturbed by exag- !: I II 1 lapse between t fumigation andplanting. \ o i pense. This would solve the pro- ter the of competition.The cadets are selected. fj
f I blem for to come.
I II many years
gerated conditions shown on a recent television "docu- 'I'Imentar II r 5 i Respectfully submitted, Sword: Drill, unit '
"" report entitled "Harvest of 'Shame." j I Biggest yield of corn we ever : \e nuuit i E. W Hayes. participated In a Clirjlstmas P
I rade at Chester S. C.
Not that we doubt that conditions in some such ''camps |! heard of was a Mississippi acre !' :

are, in fact, deplorable; but it seems that CBS in its zeal The first killing frost of the I that, believe it or not/ produced I II I COURTHOUSE PROBLEM MORE ABOUT COURTHOUSE Dec. 4, 1960

to make a point and launch a crusade in behalf of migrant season occurred last weekend and .' nearly 300 bushels in one year. I j EASY TO SOLVEEdior Editor Telegraph! : f r: ClrniN Court. Br...f.rU C...
However, during the past nine :
it missed only a few days the
laborers, painted a picture that was too one-sided to be fcy I Telegraphy. Your article in the Dec. 1 issue FloridaB'ueH
years that patch of land has received i
Jack Frost's
date for an-
factual. : average total of nine'! After carefully considering the j prompted me to write this 1 (''''' ..r8 tvu! Plaintiffn. >
didn't get i a mpre/than i .
However it
nual visit. need formore at the courthouse L Thomas and'rlarpn'E' Monilividiially <
i space letter-the article in regard to
fertilizer ,
The has drawn fire from several : as cold as it did a year ago'when i tons of commercial plus ',. and as'-outpartners
already and to
program 379 loads of trying arrive at a the pros and cons of a new court- .1 TYadfoM Saw & Equipmt
poultry:: manure I
sources late in November the. temperature.i i solution,that would solve the '"iimnanv. DefFndaut.NOTICR .
I problem house or maintaining the present'site. TomlinsonOn
:dropped to 23. Who says you scan fertilize. too I ; ,j OK SHKR.lIfK'S; !SALEXoHie .
and one that would be satisfactory
Kltfn ,
is hereby that I
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Robert M. Frederick, executive secretary of the Vegetable 55 .j I to all concerned and atthe" Perhaps I am sticking my neck Honor Team O. reddish. Sheriff of Bradfo
Growers Association of America, declares: "The entire I The berry crop is coming along i ii i same time would eliminatethe i | C nuntt. Florida. under and by 1
I The farm accident over in Gil- I out because I am a newcomer in At The CitadelCadet tu> of a writ of Execution heret
documentary film was a complete misrepresentationof i i fine. Plantings on plastic haveemade i iI chiist County recently: in whicha necessity of lacing a tax Starke-but in "my' opinion the I'fore is.ueil nut of .Clvult Ciiu I

the true facts regarding a majority of migrant workers, I especially the few good weeks progress and ; 17-year-old girl was killed,}hen burden! not only on us, but our courthouse is a monument of its.t Mark Tomlinson son of I 1 Bradford cau Countyin". I have levied the upun abtIst'kd 1\
'their living and working conditions, and their compensa- I during past tractor toppled oven 'on her, children and grandchildren I time and should be .preserved for': following ri>pertjr; to-wit
a Mr. and u Henry of
set '
j some of them have already : Tomlinspn L-its i thru 16. >3tk 5 F:
have arrived at the followingsolution
tion for their labor. The statements from Labor be another warning that [( future generations of Bradford '
i I some fruit. But the growers would should I, Route 2, Starke, is one of eight :Hayes Stib-dir. and the East ;
: > County. It is in an ideal location Magnolia! Street; adj. and ex RI
Mitchell were a continuation of the fuzzy thinking that II the tractor is not a plaything.The i
back I
rather the plants
see I Knowing that our School ; Floridians selected for member- I As the property of the also
and with alterations and
he growers' have learned to associate with the Departmentof and bring in fruit in marketing I girl was standing: on the machine a gen- ; t namtnl defendant, and that on t,
with her arms around the I I Superintendent, the Hon. Harmon | eral clean-up it can be made a. ,ship on an exclusive 14-man drill | 2 day of January 19SV:"between t
Labor regarding farm labor problems, totally lackingin ;i season. is interested in the hour of ale., namely elegy
I I P. Morgan i of the If the
pride community.
I I operator, while he was attempting unit at The Citadel, military col- {", l'.d''k in the fOTE'ftOOnand; t'rin
a true understanding of the economics of vegetable welfare of children I '
pro- : future our j is not adequate, certainly'means d.
space ; in the
!: to pull out a, stump I lege Chvleston, S. C. i dock afternoon on
slanderous American i With the labor problem looking future taxpayers I feel that j i mf- the Cot .
duction. It was a program to agricul- 1" (the for an annex can be made. Tomlinson graduated: from at the East door
ture and slanderous to the majority of migrants who i better, berry growers are gettingI i ; he would be happy to co-operatel!)' Don't let the courthouse be de-! I House In Bradford CountyFlorit4
this i Well admit that we've done ;Bradford High School in 1957 I II will offer for sale and ell to If
have deliberately chosen this way of life and remain in it I I more optimistic, and one said chance !I some foolish things with our I would like to make the following 'I'II stroyed or turned over as a junk ] ;and is now an Army ROTC stu- I highest bidder for ash, In banthe
i week that there's a good above described property j jsafd
of' their own free will. | that the in berries may I tractor, but the more we learn I suggestion, : dealer's paradise. It can be put! ,dent at The Citadel majoring In defendant to satisfy' said ell\]:
acreage I Ii ,about it. and the more accidents Let the Superintendent move into condition such that it will ,civil engineering. cut Ion. \
Another protest against the program was filed with j i double with,within a big the boost next to three the I II II I we.hear. 'about, the more careful I his office to the USO building, I'I'I be a pride to Bradford County. ;, Selection for the Junior'SwordDrill :Sheriff.r. D. Reddish Bradford' County iIT 1I i t\

CBS by the Appalachian Apple Service Martinsburg, W. I I years county's economy as a result. I we get. I as this is already a part of the I Sincerely, i i ; so called because membersare Jean wainwright D. S. ,\
Va. Their complaint said the story was interpreted and I f. school system; then give the, Malcolm Pownall :. not eligible until they, are I ; 12-8 4t 1S\\

generalized in a manner to make what it showed appear Smaller sizes of treated fence : See where a flea circus-!in.. ; (

as representative;. whereas (AAS contends) the picturesand i i I posts are most popular with i {
narrative dealt mainly with the worst spots in the ': stockmen and farmers, according .

labor field and ignored those spots where there is an absence -I to Harry Green who has a fence .. I .. ., I,
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i i post plant on U. S. 301 a few ";
of manipulations, crowding, questionable sanitary, \
I miles north of Starke. Harry says ;
and conditions.
[ that the cost of treatment of '
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What the West Virginia group resents is that the con- i posts is the factor which makes "t } COMPANY COM1NGBI

ditions described in some parts of the film would be accepted -i buyers choose the smaller sizes, .
i 2 1-2 to 4 inches in !- '-
usually from
as typical. In that area several camps have already !I ,. .
been built this year with strict attention to requirements diameter. .

under the national labor practices. is going at full ; "
The new plant

this is likewise true of the camp now under constructionin producticn now and Harry says r

Bradford County. Plans were approved by state labor i j i j for they half have a just million received posts.an Looks order: 1 -'STOCK uP' ON COKE !

officials, and construction i is being carried on under thesupen.ision I i like someone is going to fence in

of the county sanitary officer. :[ most of Florida. 'Reg. U.S. Pat Off
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The CBS report was biased also, we feel, in its treat- i I"I '

ment of wage conditions under which the migrants work.It I I Ever try to clean out .shed I O 1M>Kt COCA-CM*cow,. "COCCOCA.i tCOMiCHt ..1*."COM*-........_fUMMmtBE
was made to, appear that the farmer was the villain- i| that had a lot of loose barbed t..
: wire jammed in it? We :had a I ;
.the Simon Legree of the drama-paying the laborers slave fI
I of it, taken when our
mess up
wages while he himself grew rich. In one ridiculous scenea I p
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taken down b
highway fence was '
woman worker who the commentator said had been toil t
; and it had been just rammed in i r _
ing'in the field since sunrise. ,, said that she had earned just a big pile almost filling a shed. It > ; > ., _: : 5 "

$1 so far that day took Sam almost two hours to I ...
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straighten it out and: by the time 11 -.
This 'should'c'ome as considerable surprise'to our local he finished he felt almost as dL
farmers; who are accustomed to paying 75 cents a hamperto though he had teen caught in a I'I

get beans picked. An average worker can pick from 12 sausage grinder and the air in I.

to 15 hampers per day, which figures out at around $10 the barnyard was blue.
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i Many farmers took off hunting 1 : ''l ;t't
'. Our strawberry growers report that "good pickers" during the part week, 'and those I 't
who start early can harvest around 100 quarts of strawberries who weren't out in the scrub J '

by 10 o'clock in the morning. At the going scale of five hunting deer were down at the :, ,. ; "'

cents: ,per quart, the wage for a few hours work would be $5. Waccasasa! fishing for, red fish. \ 1,. .
that the reds'are really biting .' '
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CBS's woman: worker who had earned only $1 since I now. i I '. f.' '

sunrise must have been taking too many coffee breaks. I ):h-1. '{
will corrode ?!;,i'., '
A fertilizer distributor \
The only place we would disagree with Mr. Frederickis i into ruin in a short time unless -; ?- "

in describing Secretary Mitchell's thinking as "fuzzy." i it Js cleaned: out carefully "

It was clear enough, in our opinion and clearly right I after using. We have one that has r .
down the Administration line of defending the top echelon been practically eaten away by t s I

,tin this instance the .super-chains who are said to control 1 i I the fertilizer. I x 1 1I

prices paid to farmers) and placing the blame for everything .5. I I'

wrong at the door of the man on the lower level. Ordered some Arizona Christmas'cypressto tree .

Secretary Benson' himself could not have stated the Republican crop.plant Trouble as is a that the. varietyis :i

case better. supposed to .like dry .land and a

The }biggest) shame of "Han-eat of Shame," it seems to i usually our land here is anything ; J JI

us, is that American viewers were given such a one-sided but that. g

picture of a problem that cannot be solved by maudlin See where a new method of Ia

sentiment or distorted case histories. I

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And they all lived happily ever afterward \ I I'
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As the dying strains of the electric organ faded softly I :i i'I ,. ., ,
into the background at 2 p. in. last Friday, an era in network )

radio, spanning three decades, rode off into the sun- BEST fO[,: I ,

set. The so-called radio."soap opera," which had made the

American housewife feel better 'about her own plight by i ,,tI '
watching the agony of other, was no more. I I

At one time more than "three dozen of these daytime I I i < !'I
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tear-jerkers filled the airways on three main networks, but I J I i; I
during the decade ,, ];1.. ),
past they began to lose their grip on the t .

rocking chair set. They' just 'couldn't meet the competition && "I': :<= ?

6f television with its souped-up ,daytime presentations, I .. \. '. I';".' 1 .
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and The- personality-boy disc jockeys whose patter and i $195'. i;; : .

platters ,of rock-and-roll now saturate but in no wise improve 1t : ,

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Through, se'era110ng. lean years the broadcasting companies \ I I .. ..r_l: >"$ ".'...1.,.;'>...<,

fought the good fight, but as ratings dropped and i REGUtAi f If'. .t\.' ". I -
Sponsors looked the other way, the %'telof thetg ap'opera I CHOOSE. uoisi.. ,j 1

was sealed-or perhaps we should sac U'bashed' up..r I

And so' .it was that Ma Perkins.; .Stella Dallas., Young i!I sto tjjrt ; REALLY REFRESHED !

Widow Brown, Backstage Wife, Helen Trent, Our Gal Sunday There'safriendly fire j .and: warm hospitality

and Pepper Young's Family all found their agonizing at home..and people waiting for Coca-Cola! that cold taste
day-to-day 'problems miraculously solved 'In 'time for the I.i I. 'waiting Coke..with crisp

final fade-out at.2 p. m. last Frida}. t i Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH that's bright and bracing as the /

American women (sob) may never know now whether I

Helen Trent finally found the happihesa she had sought so winter, air. Ride through the

desperately! for thirty years, or if'Lorenzo Jones' finally I. I I
I refreshed and relaxed.
tame up with a practical inventionibvirt1perhatS1'thehouwill Holidays .. .

get vacuumed, more regularly, and the family will eat .yelcon1e.your friends real l i '
*ess burned sTeak. i WHILE 1 H! WAIT ,:a-r.* ,.s}{,, *c with. the '
I 'refreshment. .plentyof ice-cold a.
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.he4 Earl r1.r..41 EcUred aD S"'*a4 Clau Mattel Starke Florida.E. i =. Bottled; under authority, of The Coca-Cob Company! by :J ,,, r 4
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I' COSZiI&5 rll ;i" Bowling League --1 r at rand' time and plats and "t'.r4 <'I-.! II. ;.-Vie' u.:">u : .'.'
t they shall be heard. following! pjef1" .--w":
tI I : V)ated this Cth day of December C T, Th 'BH* 'i-n**,.r ...' > ..>..II\ .
I -:- An organizational meeting A. D. ,60. 40 acres 15-SS-iSK
form a bowling league will te (S) J, D. Doyle !i SWU of SBH ee&,.tfr.* 1.: township -
Named in the (,Chairman City Council 6 South R.ng..t.:. ;
at 8 m. Monday
Register p. \Uf'Ft: I I As the property of the above
f: Anyone interested in bowling, (S) Merrill Edwards :: named defendant and that on the
sponsoring a team is invited dry Clerk j I 2 day of Jan 1SSI, between the
i It 12-8 legal hours of sale, namely eleven
tttcnd. For fiiither i 1 o'clock! in the forenoon-and two o'
f K; Of contact the CityRecreation '\OTrrt' OP !il41.R clock in the afternoon on said dar,
Coach Year TO IIIGHF.ST BIDDER i at the East door of the CourtHouse
-wr.r YY partment. Tie City of Starke will! receive. :' in Bradford County. Florida.
L "'d" on the following heating equipment I nil! offer for sale and. sell to the
. until 5pm. Tuesday. Dec 20: highest bidder for .rash in hand
Elks MemorialB.P.O. i Two Pre-\Vay oil circulating the above described property of
j t heaters complete with pipe and fan said (defendant to satisfy said execution -
blowers 70.0SO BTU each S ft ..
Elks No. 1802 will
t wide, :SU ft tall. Approx.: 4 years P. D. Reddish .
their annual memorial oldI condition alit> Keen at Sheriff, Bradf..rdJunt,
BUS Head Football Coach ('itl1all, between 8:30 a. m. and Py: Jean Wainw right. D. !S.
Leonard Register .s chosen s ft. deceased' members at 2 p. ;j io: p. m. daily No bid awepted for IS-8 4t 12-2
T ye.
this week as the GainesrllleSun's ; I Sunday !in the All less than $60 each. -
kph lodge. I TALI. FOR BIDS
I AIM one 100-gallon tank. No bid |
Coach of the Year for tives and the general public ncepted for less than $SO. The Board' of iVunty Commls.sloners -
i Merrill Edwards, Clerk of Bradford County will re-
the second time. Lv1
invited to attend. 1 City of Starke. Fla. I!reive sealed bids until lft:00 a. m.
Register received thee honor vtN 1 12-8 2 t 115i on Tuesday January 3, 1>{I. fur
for his team's 10 victories i 1 "Rerooflng the Bradford County
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NOTICE OF 1\TR\TIO\ Health Department Building", *12
rainst a lone tie came this In County Jadee'n'" Caart IB .. BBGi9TER FICTITIOES \ t11Rj [Church Street, Starke. Florida. at
I year, the first time In historyany 1 1 fur llraatara ' r 'I' re: Estate of Adam T. ( under the provisions opened and read.
,. BHS football team has ", df'1"1'3'ed. !Iof Chanter !0.955Laws! of Florida. Bidders may secure specificationsfor
"f.oe undefeated. I Ij :Notice.; Of Filing Petition (Acts of 1S41, will register with the the above work from the office
::1 j (, Clerk of the Circuit Court in and 'of. the Clerk of Circuit Court, Bradford
The 1960 Tornado basketball,' team's six practice Jimmy Malone, Woody Strickland, clarion Cottle, j Final Discharge Of !: i for Bradford County. Flnrldi. upon County. -.
By BENNY CASO.V To All Whom It May Concern I j .. The Board reserves the. right to
[Gainesville Sun] I fullback who could always get the i I j a passing drill .prior to their 'first fame next Emory Eunice, and Dewey .AIcKinney who i* "out jTuesday j Yotire in hereby given that I !thlll receipt notice f,proof the ft of<'titimi pyblioation', name of of {reject all bids or to waive informalities -

first down when we needed it." front TomUn n and MrtUimey are out for the|flied mv final returns as ;Court Shoe Repair under which' t and to accept the bid that
It la probably no secret by now in Macclenny against I the Baker County .
rator of the estate of Adam am engaged in bus'ness at 126:! N. > may be t& their best I Interests..
that: Lennard B. Register of : (By the way, this fullback Wildcats. From first time this year, even' though they' are niorv ';Green deceased: that I have ('n..- St.. Starke. Florida I OFFICIAL SEAL)
Starke has been chosen as' the : named Sam Gardner-has a football to right: Franklia Tomlinson. The other four have ail earned! varsity letters. my petition for final '" i Kdward A, lla.ll. P. O. J-on'C 110i. 'The Board Of Count' Commissioner
and that I will apply fo the st.rke. Florida, sole owner Bradford County, Florida.
Sun's Coach of' the Year. Len is scholarship to Duke University I orable Thwon .\. Yawn (' j Dited this 7th dar of December." i By Charles A. Darby! t
a fellow who doesn't know whata !. I 1st Game Tuesday j-tudsre nf Bradford County. ': L D. I'CO nt Starke Bradford .I Clerk.
I on December" ISth. I960! for a PPI'i'County, Florida. 12-J 2t 12-15::
bad. season is. and his team's] He has no special methods he i al of" the same and for final 124t! i'--9 :
record seems to jmprove' each uses to win football games but;, II I charge as Administrator of the I tin The. (':n.t.-Court Of Bradrr
I "tate of Adam T. Green '" i (' FlnfMai IB Chancery
rather his football sun- ; t rirrwlt r nrt. Bradford County .ant'
keens as
year. ; Case No. I2-H
Basketball :November; 17. 1960. I Florida. i
'But It would be quite a Teat for! pie as possible. Season Opens 1\i !S Robert r. Green Fl.>rl
him to improve any on this season'sfantasttc'10.0I 'i When questioned if he thought *flminl"trator r>', the" Estate I'Plat"tif. (, u. Ronald! M. GnffK: DeNOTICE ; betb Deirx, et al.OF. Defendants.!S\LK: _
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after being tied by Macclenny h \.tl t h b .t' the
mark. j : ? 114t ; :; OF SHERIFFS; S\IM ; re' s ere y g rn "U'-
The winner of the Coach of the that his team would go undefeated -; Basketball will claim the spot- .and Forrest High of Jacksonville.! boys will be seen at home gamesin I Notice is hereby given Chit 1. P. suant to the Decree of Foreclosure, the -
in the above entitled cause undersigned
Il. Sheriff of Bradford
Year awat' for *the second consecutive I in the next 10 games and complete ;, light in the BHS sports arena a new school Koch said. : white jerseys with red and grey i County Reddish, Florida under and 1 by virtue Special Master by said
year, stated, "I don't i!I Starke's first undefeated! next Tuesday when Coach Carl- '; The four returning lettermen.I I j ': NOTICE | of a writ of Execution heretofore decree appointee, will sell th! following
-trimming, the coach to-wif-
know how.long I'll stay in this : gridiron season in history, he ton Koch's Tornadoes travel to.. all seniors, are Woody Strickland I Ia |lsaid, and a- : :N'otice.; F,* Hereby Given that Bradford Nsned County ont of, In Circuit the Court ahoe'Mled From described the point of property the Intersectionof

coaching busing,. but I don't''quickly answered "No. I dldntlj! jI j, Macclenny for the first game of 5' 11" sharp shooter who will ; way from home they will wear : "'up'd",.. January 3. 1561. at ", cause", I have levied upon tire.following .. the South line of E't! of SWV
the I red P. M, the City Council will I> ) to-wit of XAV'i of Sec !0. Twp. 6 S.. l:.
'! had a feeling we would have a. 1960 season. !i see action this year atj both .forward jerseys with white and grey pronerty. : '
know where ni ever find a better j. : public hearing in the Council ( Tint :39:! and 41 on Cypress of Crystal 22:: E, with the East boundary of
bunch of boys or assistant coach- ,, good: year, but I never dreamed I But Starke will return home and guard and the only two|I: trim, :.il.ers at City Italy Starke, ;I Lake Homesites.As nte! Road 200, run Northeasterlyalong

J we would go all the way." Friday week to host Live Oak in year letterman; Jimmy Malone | One portion of the BHS cage imon, a petition to amend ,the property of the abn'p.namf'd the East boundary of said
es. j! \; aof; The Code of Ordinances defendant and that on the : State Road 200/ for a distance
His biggest coaching thrills Register heaped praise on his the last game before the Christ- 5' 11"; Marlon Cottle, 5' 9"; and : program which has .been discontinued The C'tv of Stirke. Florida 2 day of Jan 1961. between the ( feet to, a Point Of Beginning,

I defeating the 1958 Santa Fe.',: backfield coach. Dave Hurse and : mas holidays. Both nights will Emory Eunice, 5' 11". Two other : this year is girl's basketball "Zoninqr-Pistrict or Zones legal hours of !sale namely eleven thence: run Northeasterly along: the
were and Pesijrnafed". norfmant 'to East boundary of said State Road
t team for the conference title and: '' "B" team coaches Charles Francis ]i see the Starke B-squad in action seniors who though coming out !j: The reason, BHS Principal nlicitiop for n".lnineXumbl"r" t clock o'clock\ In in the the afternoon forenoon on and said two day o'-i i I 200(/ for a distance of 100/ feet thence

Tear's biy wins- over Palatka :I: and Carlton Koch who served prior to the varsity contest. All I for the first time this year, will I Ii .| Hugh B. Ingram stated is thatgirl's to designate that portion of the at the East door of the Court House run Easterly 4X3.90: feet to a point

and yhts- Green Cove Springs. 1 las f scouts at the conclusion the 1.1.f 'I B games will begin at 6:30 p. m. see a lot of action are Franklin I i basketball" is a losing proposition lowing-' Sturke, to-wlt territory: in the City ]| In offer Bradford for sale County and sell, Florida to the I hlgh-will I i the.00 W feet>i North of 'F.6 of of the:NWt4.;Routh of line said of

1 fin f Starke and the i Tomlinson i all the way around." It Commence at Southwest (' thence South 110 feet
:Register thought his team's "B" team season. The "B" team, varsity games and Dewey McKinney.The est bidder for (cash in hand the a- I Section run
'I 1 | Mgdi ""nd Myrtle Streets Westerly 503.2, ? feet to
I of. on ]i thence run
i! at 8 p. m.. Koch said. four remaining members of requires duplicate equipment, i
success this, year was due to its i incidentally, also went undefeated : I '! run South 420 feet 1Yeotl0 de-fendant. the point of 1rnnlngtOIt'lher, !
having the "most determinationof with a 5-0-1 record. I| The Tornadoes of 1960 have the 10 man squad are junior cen- separate facilities for traveling to Vorth 40 feet East 210/ feet i';, P. D Reddish I with Its tenements hereditaments
four ''ter games when the boys and 1 Point of Beglnnir;. except Pradford County and appurtena ores therto.belonging,
any group of bOys 1 ever saw. Len's parting comment was, "I returning lettermen and will Nat Dankel the tallest man girls ofwaan.l commencing at Sheriff Wainwright D. S. 'situate in Bradford County Florida:
They believed in themselves and :'want: you to give credit to the be able to field a team averagingjust t Ion the team at 6' 5". Franklin play in different towns and : west Corner of Ma 'aon and By Jean 12-R 4t 12-29'! ,' At the South front door of Bradford -

: and the other coaches. They < a shade under six feet 5' i Nasworthy. 5' 10" junior guard; creates a scheduling problem, he Streets runningV"e t 210 f ('ount'miTt House, to the
team There were no I i bogs < cash,
pbved asa! t 5o"th 10 foot to Point of p.- Bradford County,i i highest and best bidder for
individual stars 'and we had a "rtatruv deserve it." *111 1-2 to be exact, Coach Koch('John Reddish a 5' 11" junior!) saidMost nine! then V"ct 210 coat South Circuit Florida Coufl i Beginning at 12-00 o'clocknoon on
: stated. But he added: they will guard and Arthur Holliday, a 5' other high schools in this feet. Fast: 2 111 root North 210 '1 Pluefet Corporation. Plaintiff vs. '! December 19. 1980.( A deposit of
ii': to Point of Beginning, except ;:1 :>110,110 cash Is required on the
DuPree Not Enough I be facing a tougher schedule than ,,11" junior forward. :: area have discontinued their girl's I'If-"" y.rhteh. i,i iiidi\i D. L <}Thomas lM.illy: and and as Clarence co-partners.Moon., d- $successful hid and the bidder must

i. last year since they dropped two;' The team will appear for their programs. Ingram said, and only is i nresontlv deslsimted h-a Bradford Saw and Equipment complete payment of his bid withIn -
t smaller worth of three teams in the vicinity would 1 S'np'e.: 11"I.I.'C or tw> faroilv Comnanv. Defendant. lit days
schools from their sche- first game wearing $260 ,
'hrpe family residences' to he a JlF.HI"T.F. .\. J, THOMAS. JRI
dule and added two class AA : new uniforms of flashy red and have been available this season. rv.rii"'r''p1. ** n'.t"I"t w;II";ill i Noiii I Is hereby \'eD. that L P. ,I SPECIAL: MASTER ?.

itarke Beats MacclennyContinued ( l schools. j white with long white socks. The The girls! were required to make fl-nt.-P,...n''I'"!onh.'-h Zn"'n p.tltinn! Are I I I D. Reddish Florida! Sheriff, under of and Pradfordf'ountv hvlr- I 1 StsVke.HI)1I1Y..Florida Knight,

The local with white and; several excessively long trips last *",. h. rn'ned In I
boys play two games trunks are red' I., and mac e" nie of a writ of Execution heretofore Nttorney fr, Plaintiff X15
1 each with Gainesville High Schoola red trimming Koch said. The year he said office of the City 1f'rk\11 I Issued ollt..f Circuit Court\ ;$ .( IW'.

[ 'Irma ridge 1)] ': tra point and Starke still led 14.6 ,

".. w'4 at th '.half.. 51 yard race to the-Starke 24 clenny a nine yard gain on the I .

I after.senior; ,Marlon: .Cottle who I But'the'action was.not over for giving Bradford fans a scare un- mixed up play j l' -=

boa fot of. 48 yards, :' .1i til he was headed off by: DeVore. FreeForAllAt :
:an average ,, the first U'as halfback 1 DeVore
puh&i t ], Q'the.Mattlfnny"19. Mike!, took the Wildcat kick 'off ,on his With .the Macclenny backs the Starke 14'Dopson again; QQ REGISTER i
alternating .the.ball, the Wildcats attempted a pass only to haveit .
Foster;,'a'. Junior; guard, tell oft' aWildcatt 10 yardilihe; 'and returned it 30
: YardS : drove down to ,the Starke six be- knocked down by Tombo Smith.A .
to, the 40. From this point
tumble'n.. the. ,26 to set- fumbled into hands ensued
the ,Tornadoes 'drove 52 yards in tyjre they the free-for-all then when ,7w a UI2 Ii

t ilJ.l",.tally! five( plays to.the Macclenny eight of guard Ronald Crawford.: I thfintended receiver, end Jimmy FOR

f :V:Tornado! backs picked up, '10 I on Martins',strong right arm. Last TD Drive : Yarborough. became angered' and ,

: '' Then at the beginning, .of the pounced on.Smith: : -
yarcUi!<< aritth /grqund'betore. Mar- But the passing attack' came to -
Y final quarter of pl Yin .the, 1960 Most of the players of both :
abrupt end when
i ik dhtS orlnarE&acleverfalirt an Wildcat
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football the Tornadoes teams pot into the fray before' FREE
>* : halfback Marcus Rhoden'caught, I Ii
i to' Dliltgar,..and found Jimmy 20 drove 90 yards for their last score offirals and coaches could: stop !
a Martin aerial and races: r
Malone, his ace pass receiver, : yards to the Macclenny 28 before, of the season. With Martin giving it, Both teams re-eivei penalties :

in the end. zone for the second being halted On the first play the pigskin! to first one fine Tor- whlch were nulified since both I

,"-0. Starke. TD. Martin again added' from scrimmage Tombo Smith, a : nado back and then another, hitting sides were at fault. j GIFTS

g to point after to. put. the Tornadoes : standout on defense jarred Du- the Wildcats: from all points, From ,the 14 it took Dupree j i "
I ,ahead 14-0.: loose from the ball and the Coach Lennard Register's first four plays to score with the 'I .
pree I
.Dupree Paydlrt |I Tornadoes recovered. undefeated ball team ground out husky fullback going over from 1 I i 'I

.MactI nny'a Wildcats stiffened :, Martin had time for just one yardage in small ,steady- hunks. less than a yard out.: Milton then I I :

I then but.had to wait ,until.midway ',i 24 yard pass:play to the five yard On the Macclenny Martin' faked another drop kick and i I ; *

I the second period before DuI -',I' stripe before haltime.DeVore again fired to Malone in the end passed to Marcus Rhoden in the 1 J : ys? ... 'Y' T '

pree led them to pay-IIrt with his In Action zone for the Tornados' fourth and end. zone for TD and a 28-13 ball i, I ." ,

I first.TD of the rdghU'The Wildcats Macclenny took the Tornado final strike at paydIrt Then Abe .. game. I I[ I r-

,took the ball on'their own kickoff to open the second and snappy quarterback kic pd his The Tornadoes had time for t '

25. and drove:75 yards to a score drove upheld for- two first" downs. fourth consecutive extra point of only one play from scrimmage j

setup.by runs of 25 and 36 yards to their own 35.mAt that point the night his most successful effort before the season ended.STATISTICS :
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by Dupree.. : I in that department and
1 Wildcat quarterback Gary! Dopson Andrews
After halfback Rhoden Staike led 28-6. Drugs
Jerry made the mistake of throwing a : Team Starke MacclennyFirst I

had gained five, Dupree sprintedup long pass into the waiting arms ;I: With 'almost seven minutes left downs 13 13 ,

his 45 before Tombo Smith.;: of Johnny Devore who. on a sav-:!!i in the Tornadoes' third Strawberry from rushing 10 13.

)' Cecil. t.earo'"nt: Duo ogar brought i. block Smith sprinted 22'';: Bowl contest,' Malone's kick from passing 3 0 i
ing by
him down. Then Marcus Rhoden 'yards to a Starke first and ten went out of bounds on the Wild- from penalties 0 0 j, 356 W. Madison Street .. In Winn-Dixie Shopping Center

gained two before Dupree again on their 49. 'cat 36. Then with Dupree carryIng Yards gained rushing 250 274 .

broke loose for 36 yards down to seven .of 14 times the Baker Yards gained passing 110 15
Martin then hit Malone on a
the Starke 8 ven. After gaining 30 yard pass play which went to County boys drove 64 -yards to Passes 8-10 2-4 j FRIDAY AND SATURDAY -- DEC. 9, 10

but two yards the first down. with 41 seconds left in 2 1-1
on the Wildcat 19 before the senior! score just Passes intercepted by

Dupree bulled his way over from end was brought down by Dupree. the ball game. With Dopson passing Fumbles lost 2 3 i'rtides I

five yard out for the sere,Jerry I After Smith punched for four to I for 15 yards and Dupree running Avg. distance punts 2-48 2-28 !

Milton failed to drop k1 k'the ex- the 15. DeVore carried: for 14 for 26. the Wildcats scratched Yards lost penalites 30 5 :

i yards to the Macclenny one. out yardage to the Starke 14. :' Score by Quarters. / Toys, Candies and Sundries And Drugs

Gardner plunged for Starke's : The drive turned slightly comIcal Starke, 14 0 7 7-28

f.3mrmyVORKL'G: third TD of the night, Martin'\ as Buster Hughes sophomore Macclenny 060 7-13 NOTHING TO BUY !

fullback, intercepted a Dopson Scoring summaries:
There will'be a working at the:: added his third extra' point and
Lawtey Cemetery on Friday Dec., the Tornadoes led 21-6- aerial on his 38. Hughes ran to Touchdowns: Starke -Malone, 2 1st Prize...Electric Blanket JUST REGISTER!

Malone's kickoffi' the Macclenny 10 where he fumbled [16. 17 passes'from Martini:
16 All Interested persons are i''I N Dupree took .
urged to .come,and bring tools to on h's five and returned It to his : Wildcat Jerry Rhoden pick- Duggar-[3 run!: Gardner 11 run]. ; 2nd Prize-.Timex Watch Drawing Saturday Night III

work with. 25. Then on first down the sen- ed up Hughes' mistake and carried Mar-lPnnv Duoree.;2 [4 run; 1,

national halfback shook loose for it out to the 29, to give Mac- runt. PAT: Starke Martin. 4 1 6 p. m.

[kicks: lacclennyM.. Rhoden
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[pass: from Milton.1 I S YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE PRESENT -


Thrills are in order with a. .f I Sunday:HAMPTON Services BAPTIST- Sunday I I Plenty of FREE ParkingtflSIT :

School. 10 a. m. Morning Worship ll ,

,For home t l trtailIntnt! 11 a. m. ,Training Union. 6:30: p. tnII

fdr business. ... '! m. Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. I I OUR MODERN, SODA FOUNTAIN

rprnrhForl Prayer Meeting, Wednesday. 8 p.

f for education the value of tape I uth
Circuit Ci ort, Bradford :0..1": y 1

a Y'M tape Recorder is priceless! Ulutjtt Florida Cerporatlon. Plaintiff, vs. I i I We Serve SEALTEST creamY I

D. 1* Thoftias, and Clarence Moon ,I 1\\ II
individually and as co-partnern, dI I i FRIDAY JV. I
\ U-., Bradford Saw and Equipment I I ONLY
Co.. Defendant. '
/ X..UIs hereby given that 1. P. :
D. HtddUh. Sheriff of Bradford

tUft'or County a Florida.writ of under Execution and hjvlr hrreto- DAD and ALL FOR THE PRICE OF
for* iaaned out of Circuit Court 1 l'I I
.Ee Hradford County, in the above the CHILDREN! If
..- styled Pause I have leviedipon the .. I
,':-"=-' ', follow_,Thomas'!rtt property Truck, Terminal to-wlf j ... _. ,1_ C' D S I

X 140' of .VKU of SE\4 of rd 300 I -
... .. ex lour '5 and ( of hlfc 5 in E. W. 1i 1
; 1 .. Have *-d and S tST of SEU of j I
inp0.lii fc?.*' 4Trtck Stereo/Record' NE<4 K of rd '!03 es parcels deno I -

\ r 32 twp 63 rre 22 E. J.
pn "**'y hack: stereo Upt thin l Cathoptic Tuning
t) Aa the property of the above
e for profesiional-qualrty recording. Two named defendant, 'and that fa the .
(nlcrophoneSdel.A-Tra k".fiabtte'..Simple PushONI Y" t day of January 1SSI between the Registered Pharmacist .on duty at all times. You can rest assured your
Control, *-_ J> least hours of Pale, namely .eleven
Uad64 1 W complete*Matching the system, V-M $259..95BUJUNUTON 1 oVIook tn the -forenoon and two o* prescription will be promptly filled in our new, sparkling:, clean, modern r
i I clock ra the afternoon on said day,
pharmacy. Each prescription is double-checked for WE FILL
l j at the East door of tb> Court House accuracy. t
11n Bradford(* unty, Florida. 1 wml, ALL. PRESCRIPTIONS. t
offer for sale sea fell to the I, I II
est bidder for each, in hand the a-!1
STUDIO & GIFT hov,described property of said dfoIff'ndal.t."to !I PHONE WO 4-2SO\ 1
S11OPS satisfy said exeeotion.1! f I Il
P. D Reddish
Sheriff Bradford County 'I l! I
By: Jean Wainwrieht D. S. -
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MAYOR'S 5; .oc:. ______

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.Mayer's Court

atively ,busy with S __

lug before Mayor I Confab Called _

'or' disposal. I :k4E I .' e -__

Ernest Cooper, 'S _. S S
cation- ,"forfeited k I
By Cuincil ; .
Ben Kite Jr., 4 .
and. ,causing! an I ___ __ ____ _. _ S S:_ ,. .
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of $52.50.. i' '' _
Ranild, Melvin resolution givinq Clerk Edwards

driving fire days j jof I I :'. pcrmission to des'roy( certain old

$27.50. records: to make room to store

Ethel Ellis : more recent ones. Records to bs : !:

conduct by j ineinp'' ated are old light" bills and !.

,days in Jail or a \: i rancell-d checks. Council decided I

Charles 110 years is sufficient time to

trhile intoxicated I' keep such records1 .

of:Barney$102.50. Walker i I !1 ,The second ordinance' made the [ T : friiI
cation; forfeited $87.50.'i ctty'S police chief, Riley Sweat I :

Charles Edward: I 4 4. ; ;y I iinspec'or of occupa'ional licensesat

reckless fAted bond driving of $ Th extra final compensation.ordinance.*was" a :i State Cattlemen's/ .Head Addresses County Group I

Frank : temporary: measure to regulatethe l
Louis Gilbreath [second from ed secretary-treasurer; and J. R. industry if they expect ,to stay,

derly conduct I Land Judging Contest establishment of dance halls right], president of the 'Florida i Wainwright, re-eleoted'Vice president -Jin the cattle business.

of $27.50. I i, .in fl trie w.. .t&J iftr; unfil...&YS& &SWWI&WJ 4ttnrnou n&SL A vr. ViI Cattlemen's Assoc.ation: / congratulates B. J Alderman of Grandin I: During the business me ting

Ethel Ellis, N I : state land judging contest in servationist Bill Haas as the 'i I Thomas and: the council can draw Pat A. Mil'er'on his reelection a past state president of the association jZ. V?. Hamilton of Brooker' was
$nduct, five' I t as president of the Brad- is at II
March. The contest will be under, judge. i[! up more permanent documents right. elected State Director of the association -
$52.50. the direction of the Soils Depart-I Boys: who will represent the !1|l Thomas informed Council that County Cattlemen at a din- Gilbreath, manager of the I to replace Doyle Conner,

Vernon Joel ment of the University of Florida. Starke chapter in the state ,con- 'they could regulate the estab- ner meeting in the Lions Den Camp Ranch Ocala. told local resigned* Directors re- ieeted were

driving by In hni judging contestants' test are James Lee highest score :* of dance halls in last Friday night. Also picturedare cattlemen they must take advant- I Titus. OlSon Lonnie Harley 'V. i
bond of $27.50. any [Il-r G. T. Huggins re-elect- age of new developmentts in the i R. '
must determine the soil type. the' of all 70 contestants Thomas;[ manner they wish, from com- Ferguson, and am lton.

Frank ; ....
Harley James Craft and Bill 1 i .
deficencies and what conserva- plete abolishment to free rein. At
ing, arrest by & I Phillips. High scorers in the los- .
tion practices should be used. The present, Thomas said, there is
days in jail or a I ing Bradford Chapter were Daniel no ordinance regulating dance WANTEDR.. V. or Lt', N. Nura

Mark Coleman I I county contest was held at the Alvarez, Don Brandes, Doyle Kelly halls. Sell It Rent It Trade It for Doctors relief _work. 4 days a week.

cy, forfeited bond I iL. D. Green farm_ _with___ Soil Con- and Lonnie Tetone. I )Hospital tfcbf
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William b-a Pradford Saw and Equipmento. FOR SALE Argentine. Bahlt
conduct Defendant. F -- WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED i.. "ped SOc lb.-Lurian Conner. Box:
I by NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE '. 703.:: Starkf> phone WO 4-S6I1
jail or a fine of Notice l is hereby given that I. P. [ 4>hg n.'
individually and as co-partners, d- D. Reddish, Sheriff of Bradford -
County, Florida, under and by virtue __ FOR',SALE: 5 room concrete bloe
of'a writ of Execution heretofore 4 O 'a -r %*mn' house. bth, carport,' large screen

\ issued out of Circuit Court, : 20 WORDS OR LI 8S, O.e lacertlOB (Mlal... Charge) porch, i additional bedrooms I
Pradft, County, In' the above btockji from school. Ideal lotlonfor
styled cause. I have levied upon the home and business U 'S. 161.'I .

following property, tit: EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OtER 39 ------?? --. ,_'n> fft were Starke."Contact -owner, phou Waldo
D. L. Thomas Restaurant I''I Hobarfv 8-m. Air Suider. ltp
Gift Boxes Commence at North East corner !I II MKrf All .
I of North East quarter of South 85e ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND AU9 OR ADS HOT PAID fV( ADVANCE I' FOR SALE Concrete btoVk ho. e,
section 32 township 6 I
K.ipt quarter I 2 bedrooms, ? lots, at Raiford, Fla.
South flange 22 Kant and run West |I J B. WRIGHT SINCLAIR SERVICE FOR SALE Shell house and lot. I> ,See- RtddUu R lrord'or'I ,
Lamar a?
If 419': thence run North 81 degrees ;it: W. Madison St. Cedar Landing, Ocala National .
It. Curradlne
\Veit 380.8 feet: thence North 40 Xow offering welding service. All l-orekt Other desirable campsites. I'I F. LawUy.3tchg'
degrees 30 minutes East 35 feet for I types of iron work and steel fabri- Liberal terms T. F. Landrum. ,, 12H.
Oranges Grapefruit a point of beginning; thence run cation. W M. Smith in charge of 4tcbg 12-22 I ,
North 40 degrees ;::0 minutes West !t this service. Itp ; FOR ,RET Nice :t .btdroora,
168 feet to state road right of way I __ Found Ladies Blue frame glasses in 1 unfurnished house. 'Refrigerator 'Included -
'lip. Fast Express Delivery Guaranteed of Ktate road No. 200; thence run : t! IX CITY POCND2: riffraff black Florida Theatre, about 3 months I fif JuontlK' Calt WO'4'0ZI.,
North 50 degrees 24 minutes East I : and white ttpotted male dogs. 1liver i ago. Owner may have by identifjl.ng I, .. . ,lfpj .
100 feet thence run South 40 degrees 1I : colored malei. pointer. I white Itc-hc f" "
The Best in Christmas Gifts :30: minutes East IS!) feet; male setter. Owners'may have by I j FOR S.Bay; Jo 'Ib lf'bicycle.
thence run South 40 degrees 30 minutes I pacing advertising cost and board. FOR RENT Upstairs apartment, I Good uondTUon, 115. --Call WO.:i-.7C-il.
West 100 feet to point of be- Contact City Police.: Itdig. furnibhed. Convenient and comfort. i .,i; Itchg (
From Florida ginning. able. Cor Washington .and OrantSta
As the property of the above WANTED TO RENT 3 or 4 bedroom I Phone LB 3-2881 2tchg FOR SALE"1 3t* named defendant and that on the house Jan. !.. Phone WO 4- bed with Itttpesi I OILS>ace:heat
TREE FRESH FRUIT ,day o January, 1961, between the : :ui y:;: Up I FOR SALE 1949 Plymouth. Good ers.'oil floor furnace.1-i. B. lolUngr. -
legal hours of sale namely eleven running condition Contact Margaret 42* X; 'W_lnut $t. 'pWeWO' ; '4-
o'clock in the forenoon and two 0'- I SINGER SEWING MACHIXE CO. I Hincon Hampton. Fla. lip !SgI. : 1 UPTHR
DIRECT FROM THE GROVESWe clock in the afternoon, on said day, SALES AXD SERVICE I
at the East door of the Court ..' Sewing machines, Vacuum cleanersand I FOR SALE %F.W 'h.R .
Houst in Bradford County, Florida I Floor polishers. We service all I Ready mix concrete concrete block,I IS: 4LHOIT HERE, .
1 will offer for sale and sell to the Seated la the family courtroom is Father Gilbreth (Russell make sewing machines. FREE PICKUP outs., fence posts, sand, cementMotar
suggest place order early highest bidder for cash. in hand AND DELIVERY. Write 402 X. \\hy not 'give her a practically
you your the above described property ofsuid Raulerson) as he attempts to maintain law and order in hisconfused Marion St. Lake City, Fla., Phone LHierock mix and rock Roof steel Gravel.oyster Phone shell brand new home with Central' heat.
and air condition!_ Onlr 'one' neighbor
defendant to satisfy said exe- 880 tfchg '
household. Mother Gilbreth (Betty Salmon) and two \V04-2521.. Bradford Engineering within 100 feet. Comfortablehouse
P. D. Reddish more Gilbreth children (Anita Alvarez and DavidValte) are CALL I Co. tfchg comfortable' surroundingsT .
DOWLING PRODUCE. MARKET Sheriff, Bradford CountyBy JIMMY KICK. Jll. payment Js v.ry'nomlnat.
: ,Jean Wainwright D. S. his hapless victims. I.E 3-S07S II'I' CALL ,- Jackson for top fill dirt. This, is a rate lnvtmnt. ,Quit :payIng -
12-8 4t 12-23 FOR build' zing and grading. W. T. rent. 'O\II'n it youraait.A. .

ACROSS THE STREET FROM SETZER'S4" -- 1- Horn Repair Dork Roof Jack un. WO 4-4011. tfcbg .
; Repairing. 4trhc 12.15 J J J, Thomas. Realtor
Miiiill {Claim ourt. Bradford | FOR SALE

l'ouat", Florida ;I New and used Building Supplies I FOR ,\t. Yypedinf I age ,ru'"
-, >O. 0-107 I I WE HAVE a new io4nprograrn'fol H>rive way pipe 15' lengths $1.2i '';r..d Anll'Oll 1t..I1I1 Price rUI4 n-
II farmers. Loan 01 I to 6 year per fcot. See Billy Jackson, Jack- ship. D-jyle {:nnner, WO: .-.50l.
5-- I for th! entire credit requirem I CuildinK Supplies. tfchf : ''''''.
-- I Is"n
nt. of the.fePmer and his fam
J ily. Gainesville Production Credit (.OLlJE:\ OPPOHTIMTV: I( FOR S.T.-' 5 b 4r omj'.JH.bath..
"- Association (20 Horth Main PIANO MLH : livingdining: room, and" den ma
Gainesville. Fla. tfch"RADIO' | Select Jour Christmas piano early onry hour on |tar 4I corner lot
I from our large stock Xo payment i, with extra ull4lng >t. See by ,ap- '
REPAIRED until 1981 You cannot beat our n'.intm.flt 'pnljr.'Call" FO .4-1483 Of
; IT'S ILLEGAL i AH Hake AU K.dela I Prices or terms Drop card or I'b. I vr 4_;%1t' tfchr
} It le.\le Charce
i'hl : gearsateH5IPHERDS :1 FRanklin fi-4145; collect today THE j .
MUSIC' CENTER. 1025 W. Univervilv inline Tm'fer' For SaleWodcl.. 1S5TGroat
.' '" t4 IBIBIBI Grrra. Owser A\e.. Calnesville.: FU lAkta. 27 fte ,by 8 ft
I n VP ILct 412 R. Call )>( Pllo.e"O 4-4JOOJ ,I
8t.rke. Fla. nida. Location Jiigbway 235. 4
I FOR RENT -- 2 bedroom hou>e in mile! nqrtn 6t Bfooker at the horn
i j ji I I fjawtcv close to white school' Up I of Rtianetl Oreen: O".nerDonalrt
i COLONIAL FLORIST I Welch. Rt. I Eot 183. {-ake Batler,
Only/'. T. P. Florist In Starke. I 14x8 Trailer For Sale---See at 403 Kla Phone HT C.tzU. tfcht
Flowers wired any place. Flowers | N. Walnut M Phone WO 4-3151 '
., For Person Persons in : f for all occasions locally. Phone I i Itrhgt FOR RENT '- '2 bedroom nicely
Any to Engage '
I : : wn 4-S29I 508 East Nona St, tfchg t' I furnished\ house with carport. For
II p FOR SALE 1953 GE automatic couple or with an infant child.. Ini -
I FOR RENT-Furnished apart :i \raplier. Good condition. Terms or i I quire at 733 N. Thompson St. Itpi
ments. Reasonable rates. Near I Cash. See at 1359;; W Blanding St. -
chopping center. Phone WO '-%011 or call WO '-181 after a o'cioik. I i "
< or eall at 213 S. Cherry. St. (Shell I ftp 12-13;; i ,$4,000.00 for 5c
Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless ,
.- : Oil Co. Office.

MATTRESS I;;; Irs west of Palatka. Florida.
Lake Chipco and East Lake, just
$4,000 for 1213 Liberty }Head-Nickel..
.. & UPHOLSTERY WORKS off Highway N'o. 20. Restricted 100 Uncirculated Dollars 1884 to 183),
The Name Is I Lake Lots priced from $1500 to II 1893-1. 1895-r, 1 01-O 1100.00-
= Registered -. 710 Lemon St. Palatba pay
4 P: ,, a'; J 11750. One-third Down-S per centon 15.000.00. Crrtain dates-Small Cents
unpaid lialante-Trriiis to suit.Only
S\ { : __ Furniture Repaired Upholstered -j before 1113-$325.00: Dimes before 1 1i
: i 29 Lots Available. Open Sundays i 1917 -- S2.09000: Quarters before &.
BHS star footballer Richard i 11i shown & Refinished I From 1.30 p. m: for your cuntenlence. i 1W-fl.OAA.oOi Halt Dollars before
Duggar giving a rous-
:': \ ': jl I90 -t.000.00: 2,0 pieces $70.00;
Read This Florida Law' ing cheer hi his role as a cheerleader in the senior class play MATTRESSES REBUILT I C. J. "PETE" O'CONNOR 3c pieces-- $9000; HalMimes
Real Estate & Appraisal Service laOO.ot.- -Many then worth 1009-
"Cheaper by the Ho/en." Dakar's cheer cost him a date with .
New Innerspringsand I I Keystone Heights, Florida. U, OO.60. My guaranteed buying,
Annette Thorn (Ann ( iilbrrth), when Father Gilbreth dis- Phone-4297.:! tfchgi I. catalogue, giving complete' Inform-
Box Spring :I ation. Send $1.00 purchase cataloguebefore
appro\e of his performance* bhonn admiring the cheerleader i: HAVE' OPENING FOR 13000:; .00 I. sending! coins. W. P. Dorsey,
Drop Us a Card or Call i YEAR MAN. WE ARE A HOUSE- 304 ,court Street RIpley, West .Vlrglnla. -
are two of the Gilbreth children (Tombo Smith) and Eddie TO HOUSE '
"11 shall be unlawful 'for any person or persons, as defined herd,, te Broun) who. have ne\er been close to such a creature. ;; PALATKA EA 5-9IG8 {I PRODUCTS HAVE BEEN ;

engage in business as herein defined under a fictitious name as herein defined "S.r STARKE NO 4-5934; j(,i FOR VERY NIGH:FAVORABLY UNTO 100 YEARS.ACCEPTED A I: SYLVANIA TV'8

without and unless said fictitious narue shall be registered with the Senior Class DEALERSHIP FOR OUR PRO- Sales It $ertlceSTIRKE
clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business Agent i i A MINIMUM OF 1100000 INVESTMENT : '
I Phone WO 4-
(Is. with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidaTit IICh By The Dozen"dent QUALIFICATIONS ARE II
S per FOR SALE 3 eirH iii block 25 TO 60. GOOD hEALTh AND I FRIGIDAIRE
signed by all interested persons, stating under oath' the names of .uu.e. Hardwood floor. BrntlfBllyaadMaprd. WITH AMBITION TO WANT TO APPLIANCES
I: Patio cad outside B.rue EARN A MINIMUM OF J3000:; ,00 i I II I
.' aft thoee interested in the business enterprise the extent of the Interest I "Chraper by the Dozen: a two tickets for the matinee per- k"' Pit. Priced to ...11. 1115: Pratt I YEARLY. WRITE MR. WHITE $59 I .
I hour three act comedy produced formance Friday will cost 50 !St. Phooe WO "-::5191 or WO 45211KWl : WEST PEACHTREE ST N. E. I PEYTO*, FlAutisT
of each and the fictitious name under which said business Is carried I by the BHS senior class will t>e cents. tlchg ATLANTA S. GEORGIA. 4trh{ 12-11 :I I lit 8.' THOMPSON 4-41S4 8T.PHOSE .
: WO"
on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring seen in its only performance for "Cheaper by the Dozen" is a \ TOO LATE TO JOIN I FOR RENT: Furnished cottage M.HT WO .t.aUt M WO '.-l23
I EVENING" CLASSES for adult All for bachelor AttractUe and conven- TI\CnVK rLOWERSV
to in business under fictitious shall'have advertised his the public tomorrow night at 8 constant struggle by the 12 Gil
engage a name or subjects.' Credit if wanted. Write ient. Desirable neighborhood. In.9.mOo : WIRE. FLOWERf" AJfTWHCKBtfch
i o'clock in the new auditorium. breath kids! to grow up and an director. Cox 11.0, Starke, or callO i I Mr*. Runner. WO 4-S744 tfchg -' .
their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four
I lOne I
performance will also be 'equally determined struggle by \\ 4-3071, or visit Adult Education ,
((4)) consecutive weeks in defined law in the i Office. USD Bldg. for addi- .., BE PRA.CT1CAU GIVE.f. GIFTthat
by county i
some newspaper as put on for students Friday afternoon Father Gilbreth to run his houseon tional information. Negro adults : will help roll aMr ul' famUr

where said registration is to be made and said registration shaD not be I during school hours. TicketsI an economical basis. untact principal RJE School, tfchg ''all BOOK through ENCYCLOPEDIA.life. Give WORLD M. A.

I at the door Friday night will cost The: play Is under the direction Payne, POX'! IOJ, Phone WO1;*,' JJ4.jtrhjr ..
the of
accepted, by clerk of the circuit: court except upon receiving proof INTRODUCTORYOFFER It-i f
j $1.25, but be
can purchased prior 'I of Mrs. Audrey Berger, BHS .
sueh publication. I to that at school for $1.00. Stu- speech instructor. Dressmaking of ail .klndfr also re-

Engraved Business I weavmjr. )!.fe.Ira...Phieps.at438T. .W.
or call WO 4.1111.It .
I St.
William T. Jackson d-b-a Wm.D. L. Thomas and Clarence: Moon Stationery I Lafayette chlf t-1t
9 T Jackson Transfer Stark ""Flori individually and as co-partners, d- ,V '
da. Plaintiff ts. Jo* Scarf ijne, 5218 b-a Pradford Saw & Equipment 500 Letterheads FOR BALE' <- Barbell Seta any
10th Avenue. South. St Petersburg, Company. Defendant.
half the price\ they, would
: Ue for
Florida: Defendant NOTICE OF !SHERIFF'S SALE 500 Large Envelopes ,
cost elsewhere lb: set

If you are engaged in business under any name I .Notice NOTICE! is OF hereby SHERFFF'S given that SALE I, P- D.Notice Reddish ia,hereby Sheriff given of that Bradford I, P. 500 Business Cards I 'i i Plate ISO.00.you lie 120 per lb. pound.set $24 Contact.00 Coach Extra
D. Sheriff of' Bradford County Florida under and by virtue IHurne at WO 4011.:: 4tp 12-22
I County, Florida, under and by virtue of a writ of Elocution heretofore FINEST ENGRAVING j I !
of a writ of Execution: heretofore Issued out of Circuit Court,
issued out of Small Claims Bradford County, In the above ALL FOR 48.05 I '
other than and have not had this name Court. Dradford County. in the above styled cause I, have levied upon the I LOCAL
your om furled cause. I have levied following property, to-wit: Plate Included I WANTED
upon the following property. to-wit: B. T. Thomas Mill
One 1957 CMC Truck Ta acr,-, 24-7-21 BRADFORD COUNTY 1 Complete Tree Service 1 I For Lena Home Beauty Products.Liberal .
Serial Xo. :5:1-1'.106: all SWi of NE' of rd :el & klcfa ebus \
Motor Xo C. W. C. JS8 CMC I SEU of XEV t'J: ry & XU of X% TELEGRAPHFOR I Pruning Bracing De-Mosa-i{ en : '
properly advertised and registered we will be 34003 t of SE<'4 E of US Hwy 301. also com taff Cavity Work Tree Re-j I product for Colored tnId .WrtU: ,
Model Xo E.4*S JV15-I at SW corner of Int. of GS & F ry RENT House with 4 bedrooms -! '! :510 West State Street Jadaoo1 -
As the property "f the above. and Hwy 381 run sly along: W r-w 2 batlu.-.uitable for 2 moval TransplantingSapp's 1 ?
named defendant and that on t the of hwy 301-23r to pob. run W par apartment Phone WO Florida or phone Et taj I
: day of January. 19C1 between. the with ry 1ST, sly 85' Ely 1JT1 to W 46584.tp li-3 Tree .
glad to give all Information {to I legal hour of sale namely eleven side by 301 X W to pob. I Surgeons j'l--
as -
you necessary I o'clock in the forenoon and two 0'- As the property of the above' WILL, TRADE field stonea at I PETE: SAPP. Owaer :i WANTED Good hooeekeeper and {
clotk In the afnrnoon. on said day. tamed defendant, and that on the Kingsler Lake place for fill dirt in ,, baby sitter I day per week In- j
at the East door of the CourtHouse day- of Jan. ltd, between the place there. Phone Gainesville FR STARKE P O"E0 4-5865 j eluding Saturdays. Phone WO 4- '
in Bradford County Florida legal hours of sale namely eleven 1-$415 4tebg 1-%% Tree Surgery call Ou' at
For Expert 7444, or apply 2JI Lafayette St.
I wlll offer for sale and sU to the o'clock in the forenoon and two 0'-
what you should do. highest bidder for cash in "hand. clock in the afternoon on said day, FOR SALE %0' x 1' garwood Agent 1 tfchgFOP. j

the above described property of. at the East door of the CourtHouse run-a-bout powered with 92 b. p. RENT Nicely furnlahed.
said defendant to satisfy said exe in Bradford County, Florida. Chrysler Marine engine. Make offer.. 224N.TempleFhoneWO4396WANTED :. clean, 2 bedroom h*u e, Contact
cutlon. I will offer for sale and cell la the Phone Gainesville FR C-$41C. at
Koh'Drug Store.
Ura. Stone
P. D. Reddish i '. highest bidder for cash, in Hand, tt chg n1Weekend ,7 I
'' 2 salesman :for new S ttcht.
of saiddefendant
Sheriff Bradford CotTBy. thrabove. described property
Jean Wain*right, B. 5l2s4t : to satisfy said execution Special Grease Job $1,I houses, wonderful opportunity. No f
Sin license required. Contact S. W. Stephens Small farmi;he4 apartment for.
'U-%' Reddish wash Job JUS. J. B. Wright's
P. D details. See A. C. wnUa ., WtlltomiJewelry. !
1-2831 for rent.
clair Sf'rvin5tatl W. Madisot i at HO
n Cirrvit ('.urt, Bradford : ( ... ., Sheriff Bradford County n. 2tchg 12-0 I Couple oF, tfch i
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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy Keystone Cub Scouts ,For Council Musical I CantataTo school lunchroom. I and baby are at home with her Mr. and Mrs. .Don Pearson. I tI f

I i j Have Good 'Meeting Be Presented Plans were made for transporting Parents, Mr. ,and Mrs. A. H. Mrs. Vernon DeWitt left for her 3 i

Mary K. Schaeffer : In Parish House Hetherington At Faith the basketball team to An- Perry. home in Palo Alto, Calif. Saturday :. I
I II Presbyterian thony and Port White. Mr and Mrs. K. B. Watterson. after a visit here with her
Ii i O. J. Mr. and Mrs.\ M. L. Watterson
Angle, ,
president, presidedover
i The Keystone Heights Cub of'20 son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
A choir
voices and
from First Mrs. T, F. Brown
Woman's Club llappyOver afternoon. There will be entertainment i Scout Pack met Dec.,,2 in the Williams And Presbyterian .Church; 'Pal tka. ested the is welcome meeting.to Anyone join. inter- ing at Cedar Key on Tuesday were\ fish-last Mrs. Delmar Williamson and
SuccessesThe also. It will be an: Parish house, with Pack blaster will sing the 'cantata'TheEternal
sons. During the week, they all
Woman's Club annual dinner open-house sort of affair. Every-. Bill Belote in charge.A An assembly program was held week.Mrs.
held Dec. 1 Light, Sunday evening, Friday morning in the audi- Otis POrsyth and childrenleft made a trip to St. Augustine.
was a is invited. skit.
success according one "Trip to the Moon. was Wiggins% Win% D c. 11. at 7:30: at Faith Presby-
to the members of that Duplicate Club presented by Den 1 under the direction terian Church. Davis Long, organist torium. The'school band directedby last weekend to make their
organization.On To Resume MeetingsThe of Den Mothers Mrs. ,- directs the Choir. Mrs. Rhua Stately played home in New Orleans where Mr.

Friday Dec. 2, the Club Keystone Heights Duplicate Kitty Martin and Mrs. Louise ames 1,. Hetherington .em Solos will .be -sung by Mrs. I many selections to show how Forsyth Is now stationed. Cash paid for good, clean, cot-

held its annual Bazaar, which Bridge Club will resume meetings Gallop. Den 2 presented a Space ploye of the DuPont Companyand Shelby ,Duff; 'Mrs. Aubrey Ches- much they have improved over Visiting here with Mrs. Louise ton rags. No Khaki or wool.

likewise was successful. The Art tonight [Thursday] at 7:30: o'- City Display, in charge of Den a resident of Keystone hire, and Kendrick Major, all'last year. A pep rally. was' held Manire is Mrs. Cecil Owens of Bring to Bradford County Tele

Booth and the Ceramics Booth clock at the Woman's Club. At Mother. Mrs. Dick Sunderland; Heights for eight years, polled members of this -choir. also. Brooksville.Mr. graph.'

were in charge of Mrs. C. J. O' this meeting the membership will and members of Den 3. Mrs. 128, votes, to become top man on The pasta Dr.' James R. Neal Mr. and--Mrs. Claude Eaves are I and Mrs. M. M. Matchett I

Connor Work of local artists including consider a daytime Duplicate Stella Elmore Den Mother' appeared the totem pole in Keystone Jr., cordially,.invites'the,public to the parents of a baby boy born'' visited in Gainesville Sunday with,

Mrs. Chuck Newman meeting, either in the morningor as Space People walking Heights' town election Tuesday, enjoy this musical treat Refreshments Dec. 1 in Alachua General Hos
Mrs. Ed Conneen Mrs. Sara McDonald afternoon in addition to the through the Den meeting. capturing one of the two-year 1 will be served under the pital. -------- .

and Mrs. O'Connor was regular evening meetings. This The Bob Cat pin was awardedto terms that were up for grabs. I direction of Miss Ruth Bigelow.St. ZIKE
exhibited. The ceramics work was will give everyone who likes Donald Baker of Den 2, and The smile of fortune also, turn- TRINITY EPISCOPAL DECORATING SHOP

done by Mrs. Ward Bessette. bridge the opportunity to play Johnny Warren of Den 3. JIm- ed on incumbent E. E. [Gene] CHTJRCH, MELROSE

Mrs. Sara McDonald was responsible duplicate in the event they have my Walks of Den 1 received the ,Williams, Clay Electric Co-op .. WlllUm-i Catho&e,Chapel Sundays 10 a. m., Church In Wiggins Building -, Keystone Heights
for the Garden Booth other Thursday evening com- Bear Gold Arrow award and Billy employe, whose bid for reelectionwas Keystone Height* School. 11:15 a.m., Morning Prayer -

display. It was she, who paintedthe mittments. Belote. of Den 1 received the Wolf favored by 110 voters, awarding Sunday Masi at 8:30 a. m. and Sermon (First Sunday,

attractive scene behind the Brownie News Gold Arrow. Several other awards him the other two year, termin Ho1yd'Mass at 7:00 a. m. Holy Communion). 6 p.nv. Episco- PAINTS AND

door in the center of the stage. Three more girls were inducted were not presented' this time. the Dec. 6',balloting. Tuesday Man at 8:00: a..m.Confessions pa' Young Churchmen. (D\lP\ l O

The mystery of "Barbara Jo" into Brownie Troop 229 at the because the Cubs were. -- not present -i The one-year unexpired termof \> before'aO Masses Holy Days __ 10 a. m., Holy .....!..PAINTING. AIDS
has been solved. She turned out to Baptisms Communion.The .
weekly meeting on Tuesday, Dec. resigning Council chairman H. :! and lnitructions rso.a
be a beautiful doll the size pf a 6., The new Brownies are Debbie After the meeting, members of L.' Owibey went to former coun- .by,, .appointment. Rev. Millard H. Breyf ogle,

three year child with long blonde Hawes Susan I Belote. and Karen the pack toured ,the Keystone cilman, water works owner, and Vicar. Wall Paper Samples
hair, She was won by Mrs. Bert Williams. New officers were elec- Egg Cooperative plant and were bank president G; [for George mST BAPTIST'CHURCH

ChrD>toffers. Sr.. which presentedMrs. ted ,last week for the month of served candy:and Cokes. Edward Wiggins. who nosed out KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Faith Presbyterian
Christoffers a perplexing Chairman, incumbent Corbett Terrell Church,. Melrose We Do and
December. They are: by a Papering Painting
problem as she has six grand- one vote The countdown: ) J. R. Smith, pastor, Ralph Sunday services-Churcn Spool,
Debbie Kingsbury; ,
I daughters. She arrived at a hap- "old of the many advantages of Copeland, Minister of Music and 0:45 a.m. Morning Worship. 11
which required
Debbie Ridaught; and Treasurer, being affiliated with the Federated an opinion by attorney FREE Estimates Phone Keystone 1503
py solution when she decided to church organist. i a m. Rev. James R. Neale Jr., pas
Gail Christoffers. Myron Prevatt on a'challenged -
keep it under her own Christmas group and offered sugges- ballot Services':' Sunday School.. 0:45ft. : tor.
to break
Garden Club Meeting a seeming
tree and let the visiting grand- tions to start the organizations on tie gave m. Morning Worship! 11 a. m.
The Garden Club of the Lakes the way to being a growing and Wiggins 94 -to Terrell's Training Union 7
daughters enjoy it when they 93. p. m. Evening FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Dec. 1. at the '
came. met on Thursday. going group. services Up -,m.CQMMVNJTY.
William's Recreation Hall fora C. J. [Pete] O'Connor realtor, MELROSE
Woman's Club To Hold St. After lunch., National Corsage [
Christmas Tea Corsage Workshop.The Instructor, Mrs. Harold Duke, appraiser, and Chamber,of. Com CHURCH Sunday. 9:45: a. m. Church \.,
president. Mrs. Emery also of Jacksonville conducted merce president came in fourth KEYSTONE HEIGHTS School for all ages. 11 a. m.,
On Tuesday, Dec. 13, the officers
with 89 votes while
Ray Chance,
of the Keystone Heights Cooper introduced Mrs. E. J. the workshop. After she demon- retired Navy officer and Clay Dr, A. C< Holt, Minister Morning Worship. 6:30: p. m., S
Woman's Club will be hostessesat Gallagher of Jacksonville who is strated the various steps every- Mrs* 'J; L. Helhtrinrton Youth Fellowship.

a Christmas Tea to be held at District 4 Director of the Feder- one settled down to making a was County right Civil behind Defense with 78.director, Organist,,,and ,Choir Director. Wednesday, 7:30: p. m., Bible G [e: .
Study and Prayer Meeting.Rev. .
the Club House at 2 o'clock In the ated Garden Clubs. She in turn. corsage. Chairman, Ownbey whose Jan. Sunday School. 9:30: a. m.' Morning .
DuPont Staff Party 1 resignation is viewed with Worship, U:00, a. m. Ted Springer, Pastor. @
This Saturday a. chartered _
Greyhound bus will leave Key- larm by some partisans received -. Y Y YYY..mmvmm..mtHAMPTON
y. .y .yy.
stone Heights for the Holiday Inn 30 write-in votes' from supporterswho IOWAThe

McKAY AT KEYSTONEThe at Gainesville at 5:45: p. m. Pass- hoped a "mandate" might i
Staff persuade h! n'to. finish out his MiEtR OS E '
engers will be DuPont i '
unexpired term. State Capitol building at Des Moines stands on
wives I some "
members and their
of whom boarded at Starke] 'en- Leo Hill garage owner and BI"Jri.s.l ., Alice Rothhammer By Mrs. D. E. Hill a hill which is surrounded by ,a park consisting of 85-
nice old homes are in the prettiest places and have
route to their 'annual Christmas self-styled "grease monkey"whose AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACarl ._ acres. It overlooks the Des Moines River, a sight to
lots and 'lots of room. We have one of the finest at social start at droll wit convulsed a"'Saturday IAAAA. AAAAAAAAAAAAIAAand .'
Party. A hour will .i....' 1 Clarke, of Gainesville remember. The building is open from 9:00 to 4:00,
it. :
$11,500. Come by and look at 6:30: and dinner will be:served at night rally audience, evidently .Mr, Mrs. a. ,R,.' Campbelland was
'7:30 after which there'.will be failed to get his campaign 'daughter'of Columbus,'Tenn., recalled as pastor of the Hampton Mondays.through" Fridays and from 10:00 to 4:00 Saturdays -

Stout little house with enough land for flowers' anda dancing until'the bus is ready to taken'seriously and trailed with Mr;.and:Mrs,*Gable Campbell: and Christian Church for another and Sunday. Of special. interest to tourists are I
19 votes. year, at a meeting of the church
garden along banks of a real good fishing lake. leave for Keystone and Starke. William Lee. drive-in' ,theatre Children: Gerry' and Guy, of Miami members .Sunday, the paintings and a large collection of War flags. Des '
Rotarians Will Hear ; Mr: and 'Mrs. Gale Camp.
$7,500. Terms. Bradford County Agent and boats and motors dealerv-who .jell' and children of Gainesville, Raleigh Brannen and son Moines calls itself the farm capitol.,qf,"tie nation, and .
... :-r. ,_ '" failed .to appear at the-iaTlyT r i Ardel.: visitedln'Gafnes'vrne: is the
-; 1 G. TTHugginsTjBradford:: County Ur: and Mrs.. Heburn Self and sight of perhaps the most famous of all state
Small tracts 1.2 acre up, a park for children to play in agricultural agent, will be guest explain his'absence, polled 16.; .children of Gainesville, and Mr. day with Mr.. and'Mrs; Bob Faile fairs. .

and a 300 ft. bathing beach for your use. Only $50.00 speaker'' at the! Keystone) Heights Ballots castTuesday totaled and Mrs. :Herman McGuire were and daughter. :

down and $6.25 per month. Rotary Club at. 12:15 Friday. Hug- 243, believed to be a'hlgh mark ent'8'UeSts'ot Mr. and Mrs. D. Mrs. Nlia Johnson who had I!

gins will speak.on.Agrt ulture In in Keystone voting, '. B- Campbell] been visiting ,in Ft. Myers, returned -
the Atomic Age. The new officials will take office Mr,. 'and"'Mrs. R. F.. ,Simmons to Hampton Saturday. Her I THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK I

S. E. M'KflY REALTOR Spraks To Scouts at the' first council..meetinghi and;Mrs.;: B.: B. Lovell of Wethers- grandson Buddy Singleton

Bert Christoffers, Sr. local ] January; **- ,_ ville:Conn> spent'a few days vacationing brought her home and visited
in South,Florida. overnight in Hampton before MEMBER F.D.I.C.
Associates Mrs. I. Brault philatelist and stamp authority,
& M.
: Ilgen
Richard employed at driving home Sunday. A Friendly Bank in A Friendly
spoke to the Boy Scouts, in Mel- children in either the Christmas Bagley, Community
Phone 3071 2051 -4151. 2391 rose on Tuesday; Nov. 28His Choir or the Christmas program. :the North Florida: Telephone Co., Mrs. Tom Paladin was able to Keystone Heights, Fla.

subject was starting a stamp col The theme will be "The Gifts of 'has moved to ,Melrose.Recent bring her baby, Laura Inez, home
Keystone Heights, Fla. lection. In doing so; Scouts can the Wise Men.. It should be of guests of bit,and Mrs. from the hospital in Orlando on

earn merit badgesMr. interest to 'all age groups. Everyone Glynn Rothhammer were Mr. and Friday of last week. Mrs. Paladino
IDs: Gene and chil- -----
Christoffers will be happyto is invited.
of of his dren and Mr. and Mrs Clyde
speak at the meeting any Santa will course pay

organization.What usual .visit after the program Wesley of'Gainesville.
Need ? No Portraits ends. Mrs.-.- Cecil Harmsof Welaka 3t- _

I We said in last',week's issue Personals and mother Mrs.,R. M. Cason y

that portraits would 1
RlDO i iA the Woman's Club Bazaar. As it of Milawukee Wise spent some A surprise birthday party for

turned out. it ,'was. impossible. time recently with :Mr. and :Mrs. ,Shirley: Mae' Sever,'.was held at MOTES our TIACTOIS IIEW nT CMSN.. : "s tc.St4 .
I IGlllrl Ba- E. A. Haertle of SUver Lake. Aftera Kelly's Restaurant:, Shirley was KWSSIKt 'oar!Nl' ?d.ts po.ad .N.n 2621. Safer
D However we have promised H' kj M 3.p.s Duty9Vi .::::ft : Amtrtu'i sag ni 2-2-teniMn"
Fa1 W Y.!
Di.s os
zaar Chairman Mrs. George few days at Daytona Beach 10 years old. nil prom*It*iiri b {

Phelps. that during the next they returned for Thanksgivingwith Mrs.1 Ray: Strickland was' hon-

month or so we will make appointments the Haertle's.Mrs. ored with 'a Bridal Shower' at'the Economy lIY: .
to do said portraits Charles Pate l spent Baptists' educations building Fri-

lfHl I and turn the proceeds over to the Thanksgiving weekend with Mr. day' night_.Mrs. Strickland is the 4 o
1 Woman's Club. So five us a ringat and Mrs. C. R.,Pate of Panama former Mary Ruth Perry.- am srnwot. :ncw' $
I MW race: now never came .trw. >Mo.pr. 1-peu CIII -
RqratribyIxpertamci 4127.Sunday. City.Mr. Melrose duplicate bridge win- {' met tack compact wfc WY-1P1o 1'"_.b.dtp.c..
SchoolTo and Mrs. Donald Sprow "atM......1dt,
I ners were? First place Mrs. John
Present Program and three children were recent Strawn, and, Mrs A. C. :Spires; I
of the H. A. Sprows on such
On Sunday. Dec. 18. the Sun- guests Second'place tie, Mrs. J. D. Hen- S in
TuhthlOs day School Children of the Com Brooklyn Bay. The two men are derson. Mrs. Ray Starnes. Mrs. )
SERVICJaec is a
munity Church 1\1U\ present their brothers. Donald Sprow Paley Boyd, Mrs; Dottie Scully: ,
metallurgical engineer for the McDermott h ,
Christmas Program in the educational Fourth piacer-Mcs.-.Alice.Ketchum choice!
Company in Thibodaux. a
building starting at 7 p. and Mrs..Helen Phelps., mr etckou a lest alas STST1oa IISIt
m. The program, which was writ- La.Mrs. School News b$rn'.des tIt.iII. ao.W loldsoxe.1 b! r.ftt06T ....
ALL MODELS AND MAKES ten by Mrs. Marian Sargeant will C. R.and Bisbee Miss, Mrs.Anna George Mc- The Athletic Booster Club has .... l filii. ._,..., "......1IIOIt .'10-
i be directed by Mrs..Jo Ann Wy- to Lake City Sun- been formed and held its first 600 FORD MOOttS-Biggest truck ...... ..... _r.....-aeb
ED BENNETT man. Superintendent of the Chil- Cullough afternoon drove to visit Mrs.' Bis- meetmfThursday night in the change-over;biggest truck choice in Ford _'_.+.._.....w.r...... .-.---,.-
dren's Division. and her assistant. day tiatoty! Biggest track savings too-start-
PHONE KEYSTONE 4228 Mrs. Jack Haberstroh will di- bee's husband who is a patient lied with America's ]tewest-priced pickup. 4?f_.
rect the Christmas music. It [is the Veterans Hospital there.Theywere Come W See the neweat, gave the most.!
pleased to find him ,much
( planned so as, to include all theGena' improved.We CHIROPRACnCSCORES

i were glad to hear that

George Blue who is in the Medical ANOTHER, VICTORY
Center in Gainesville, is"steadily -
A recent surrey of Workmen's
Attention Publicity Chairmen Compensation files reveals that

the cost ,of ,care in back injury
If your 'club or your
s 4T doesn't have any publicity or recognition gates': treated by Chiropractors 4tysr

in the paper look to was $:!O.8 while the cases treated

your publicity chairman! Your by other methods was f$4.4S perease.

correspondent Isn't clairvoyant This not only represented a
GIFTS s TOYS and she would appreciate a few large financial saving to the in-
items for publication If possible
snrance company, but the employee -
P would like for publicity chair-
#f KEYSTONE HEIGHTS vas*returned to work with .
men to send us written reports tcala paup-AJ-tIII- "
as reports dictated on the telephone ft the"f me loss which meant: a .... +aQ'MAN'M.1HIdI.$26CI LateIJ.1UoICt. ... ....
... :: iii 7'i ot .. Mrb dcccsw "
,aren't always satisfactory. saving not ,only to the employee

tat to the ,employer! as welL

Will Be Open? All Day Each Wednesday Through ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL When*accidents' strike you can '

CHURCH, KEYSTONE nave both time aDd money by era FOjlD TRUCKS HERE !

r. -. Christmas '.. Sundays 9:30 a. ni.. Church taeti&g your Chiropractor once. 61 iIi
School 9:30 a. m.. Morning Bring your health problems to

.iII ...". _<' ..';':"_.. ,-':" "'_' Prayer and Sermon list Sunday, ti* -BtOKES+m ttH ECONOMY aac IOCr Y FORD TRUCKS COST LESS-
Holy Communion]. 6 p jn. Epis-
.. (" ",' 'I copal Young Churchmen.
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Holy Days 7:30. a. m.,. Holy Dr. H G. BollingerChiropractic TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

USE THE LAY WAY PLAN ) Communion. .

." Third Wednesday Parish

A SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD YOUR SELECTION i Covered Dish Supper I or 634 -' f Offices 206 W. MADISON ST. STARKE, FLA.If .
P. m. tS9 E. tJBiyeraity,,Ave. GalnesvQe

.' The.Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle" 439- N., w nut, St. Starke ( You're Interested! in an A-l Used Car or Truck-Be Sure to See Your Ford Dealer


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light. I breathe deeply and enjoy ter !of' Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Case %O. n +9 nee as required by Chapter 75.OS I hereby certify that I have furnished
the sharp chill air. A new day to Crawford, is in Bradford County Florida Development Commission!Florida Statutes. i a copy of the foregoing Rule
\ an Agency of the State of Florida, Done And Ordered at Tallahassee Nisi to which
a be happy.I Hospital with an eye injury: rh Petitioner, vs. State Of Florida, et j Leon County Florida, this 18th I I,of the Petition wa therein referred a copy, to
also take them to walk at sutling from an accident Viith'knife. a aL, Respondents. William D. Hopkins State Attorney
dusk in the evening. The town Is!;1 1 It was not known at: this'; I' RULEISI day of November A D. ISSO. for the Second Judicial Circuit of
EI In The Same And By The Auth- W. May Walker, II the state of Florida and T. E. Dun-
.1 quiet in the morning, but evening 1 1 time the extent of,the damage to: State
SERVICE MEN ority Of The State Of Florida Circuit Judge.A .can. Attorney for the Eighth
hear 1 her sight. May we in 3her'behalf. Judicial
we can barking dogs pray t To The State Of. Florida And The true Circuit of the Stat of
chickens clucking softly in the.l. ,Of" |I Taxpayers Property Owners And Attest: eoPY'I'I'i Florida N'ovetober, by A mail, >.on this ISth day et
19 0.
crates at the poultry house. The Weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. ; Citizens Of The State Of Florida Cleo G Crawford I
And Of Bradford County, ,Florida, ClerK Circuit Court I I Ford L. Thompson
-- -->VQHCA.and rJ TL ( I other evening I heard a rooster : i Cornehous Moore:was j their ion.i Pvt. Robin D. Coley, son of I Including on-nt'idt'nU Owning I!Leon County, FloridaBy i Attornsy for Petitioner

crow a challenge. It sounded : Pvt.] : Glen Moore of Fort -Jackson, i t )Lies E,1iel C. Mathis of Rt. 2, Property Or Sunject To Taxation David Lang Jr., D P, 'I 11-24 ,
I went through the Therein, All Property Owners Taxpayers I It 11-8
Wherein the November! Days are darkness. She died of sugar frosty dia- good. I breathe a prayer softly. 'S., C.. : .. .j I ITTTTTTTT !'Stai.>fe, "has, completed his individual :, Citizens, And Other Having )!
gone. We welcome December and God Is good.Stilness ) 1- ] training at the Air Defense Or Claiming Any Right, Title Or Interest : '
look to the Christmas Holidays betes and must have suffered. at last and peace .It"TTTTTTTTTt\' t Training Center"Port In Said County. Or The Taxable : : Attention Livestock
i Producers
I Tex-i !
with Have you had TOUT urine tested Property Therein. Or Interest :
joy and song. I welcome the comes softly i .j as. Coley entered the Army last' In Property To Foe Affected Through ,
first snow. for diabetes? I have'and was O. With twilight as it dims the BROOKERBy August and. ; The Issuance By The Florida r e- If .
I lore the K. Don't completed basic training \elopment Commil' ion. An Agency you have hogs or 'y ___ '
snow, dazzling and pureCresting neglect. t crimson west. i! at Fort Jackson, S. C. At Fort I Of The state Of Florida, Of The cattle to sell now or in e': E- ,

picturesque allure HELPFULHIN'T'S: Use a little I So all the lantern fires of evening Shirley GreenAAAAA 1 Bliss ,he was trained in the duties I Revenue R.nds Hereinafter More the future please '. It
It falls more gently,than the rain, bag of salt ] Particularly Described. Or In AnyWay contact \
your pan when stars, of a missile crewman. To Be Affected Thereby of the tat
I one
Obliterating earthly, stain:, frying pan cakes. Pancakes May the heart with i A AAAAAaA AAAAA
will II touch prayer, j &.AA', i; You. and each of you the State ; Copeland
ii Sausage
Unseemly. sight become ob- not stick and be no smoke or od- and to rest. | J' Pvt. Earl J. Godwin son of of Florida, through the State At
'scure. or. To : Miss Sue McDavid of Valdosta! torn}'* of the Second Judicial ClrI| Company and give them Y _
prevent pictures from Mr. and Mrs. Marvin I
So writes the Avis French. L., Godwin ,
poet, State Valdosta cuit of Florida and the! Eighth!
Each pearly star a miniature leaving' a mark on the wall back ;i andj I! College, Ga. was i! of 742 N. Grand St., Starke, was Judicial Circuit of Florida are here- j an opportunity to buy
Yes it is to be alive
Of heavenly stars, and as demure, of it; put a thumb tack in each I home for',the weekend with her]1 recently assigned to the 4th ,Arm-' by renamed to appear before this i your livestock.COPELAND.
As may you have a happy time preparing 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mc- Ccrt at the Court House In Tallahassee !
deftly "woven as a chain; corner at the back of the frame t! for Christmas. ored Division in Germany. A Florida,. on the 5th day of j .
Qarbed with enchantment, the and the picture I stands out from | I David I mortarman in Headquarters Company January 1961! at ten' o'ciotk in they) OFFERS YOU
Love to every one.MOTHER, 'Mrs. Al Rain of Archer and Mr. forenoon and show if
domain the wall to let air circulate !! of the division's 54th In- cause any
LURA.liEILBRONN. 'have why the of the 4 BIG ADVANTAGES!
and }.frs. Larry Sikes of High I you prayers
Become a living portraiture.I around the picture. Try using orange fantry in Heilbronn. Germany, Petition filed in the above titled I

love the snow.-Edna B.. Mad- juice and a little grated : .TTTITTTwTTTTtvTvv....., Springs visited Mrs. Mamie HOdges \ Godwin entered the Army in May cause should not, he granted and the
1. Cash
Monday afternoon.Mr. < revenue bond therein de-siribedj I day.
ison. rind mixed with powdered I 1, every
sugar 1960, completed basic training at
and the
and Mrs. W; E. Blgham,', they|
Yes I love the first 'snow faTL for cake Icing. : I !Fort BenI ng, Ga., and arrived issuance thereof! be validated and 2. No commission.
Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wood confirmed, said
I revenue bonds to be
When It snows It never Is really HOT CASSEROLE FOR i I overseas last September. issued; by the Petitioner herein in 3. '
' visited Mr. and Mrs. James Whittle Special consideration given to meat
so cold. It Is after the snow has LUNCHEON DISH: One can I i the aggregate sum of One Million
fallen Chinese noodles By 1\1n. Harvey McCarthyT..TVwVT.TTTTTTTTTTTTTn and family in. Jacksonville 1; Aviation Officer Candidate Seven Hundred Thousand Dollar ,'
and the temperature drops ; one can cut asparagus -j I I! type hogs "* "
Sunday. ,J1,700009>, to be designated .
that we really suffer from the 1 cup sharp diced I i Kenneth Thus, son' of Mr. and dated numbered. In denomination !
Mr. and Mrs. Edwards 4. Can furnish for
Harry hauling sufficient
told. A strong north wind then cheese; 1 cut up green pepper; 1 i Mrs. H. K. Tyus of Starke, is undergoing and to mature as follow: ol'l
cuts like a knife. As yet I like can tuna. Mix and 'add 1 can Howdy Neighbors sorry I've I[I of Jacksonville were weekend I i training as a naval at' "Florida De\elopment f'ommission.1( quantities. .
[ of Mrs. Lottie Edwards- Firalford ,County Road Revenue
missed guests :
writing for for the
winter cream of mushroom Bake in you .bserver Naval School of
at the
and am able to stand up soup. > PO ,d8" to l>e dated the first day of
pretty well on ice. Whoopee! I am casserole for 45 min. at 350 de- last two weeks but when sickness Mrs. Bobby Brannum of Pa- Pre-Flight, Naval Air Station, October, 1)60, numbered from 1 to I CALL COLLECT HO'
looking forward'to the first snow grees. This is good when you must comes we can't fulfill our duties latka was visiting the Roy Green ensacola. The 16 weeks of trainIng 1,700, both inclnshe', in denomination 2.3011

fall. As yet we have had a dry take a covered dish to a' luncheon.! like we would like to. family last week. includes leadership, aviation numerical of fl.OrtO<< order each ai and f"lloto to matureIn CLAUDE PHILLIPS 0 THERON HUDSON :
Mrs. Johnny Mott and Mrs. C.' .
and mostly sunny Autumn. When I ,have a small spruce tree ordered heard many reports F'lsnce; navigation and other wit: I 0 PRESTON FOLKCpe1and
from our hunters in the community O. Barksdale 'of Starke visited ): r.tmout \la'nllulnt I
snow, falls in the 'night. one a- from the Boy Scouts. I seea technical courses preparing students -
Mrs. Rosa Pinholster Sundayafternoon. iirlljDate- only I
wakens and looks out the window lot of those shining aluminum concerning their game I for further specializedraining' US'f' I

6n =a different world. All the old trees, but as yet I have not this year. Except of. course my _* 1961 SOOO- J7.! f IIlOO I :
favorite hunter Harvey who has Mrs.. OdessaHa'* of Ja>ifcsbr1-. 19lt t; !!:>,Qon l1.R! 611,00011
ugly dry leaves and every thing bought one. We have plenty of '
1s!ll 6S10 IlIIa 971! ,
visited her Mrs Rpsa
had ville mother
Unsllghtly is covered in a pearly room for two trees in the big a very successful hunting Jerry: I.. Hansen son of Mr. and 1J66 35.ntlO )990 65,000 I IHI7 .
whiteness. Then'I think of Christmas house. I have bought artificial season, doves, quails, squirrelsand Kelley, Friday and Saturday. { ,.Ira. William K. Hansen ofJtarke. 3..11I)0 1i1U 711.(100( I '
Saturday afternoon he topped Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hodges 116! 31); / I l1S! ;!! 75,1I00 SAUSAGE COMPANY 0 ALACHUA, FLORIDA
and get the spirit: in a big holly in strings this year to drapson has graduated: from recruit 1961! 411,1100 19St: 75.OO0i!
way I sing Christmas carols and the stairway. It will be cleaner I it off by killing a fine 4-point visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sievers training at the Naval Trading 1"70! 4.0II'J/ 1994 !i/l.OOO' --

"wrap gifts. I now have most of and make less work. The first of .deer which every hunter will and Mr.'and.Mrs.Jtedney! Belcher Center, Great Lakes, IH. In 1971 1172 45.0(11)45Q0)( :) 1985 JP81 8MO 90,6001;( ,, .
weekend.Mrs. .
my Christmas cards addressed. ]I December I bhall put up some de-|agree is something to proud of. in Jacksonville last nine weeks of instruction, ,the 1173 5t1.00Q 19R1 95,00''I
think there are 130 and I still corations. Then I shall sing i Work was begun last Friday on lie Conerly of Hague "raw recruh is developed into a 1174 5O.0') 1933( 100.11110

must send: a few. I am waitingfor Christmas Carols as I work. Ha! :erected was the Sunday night, guest" of Navy Bluejacket, ready for ,duty 1976 1175 5 55,004,J10't 1990 1949! 05.000 1IuOOll

the cards to arrive that I or Life can be good at my age, even i Mrs. Mattie SowelL with the fleet. aggregating the sum of One Million i'
dered. in a Mortuary. All Christians steeple will be beautiful with a Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Mizelle of SevenHundred Thousand Dollars -

Thanksgiving was a quiet, should be happy. I Neon cross that will be an inspiration Lake Butler'were Saturday night VTTvrTTTTVYTTTITYTTVTTTSTATE (,$1,700,000)payable), and semi-annaally bearing interest on- VHt1 MILK

happy day for us. I roasted the We are eating cold turkey and I to all. dinner guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. the first day of April and on the
i Mizelle. ,first day of October of each year
turkey and we ate in the dining turkey hash. I, will have creamed Practice for the Christmas play Warren FARMBy at the> lowest rate obtainable when
room with the good dishes. The turkey on toast and turkey sand-I was started Mondaynight.. The Terrel Green of. Gainesville. he same are sold provided that
dramatic play is entitled, "chriStmas spent Friday and ,Saturday with such bonds shall not bear interestat '
dogs like turkey too and had a wiches. My good Don likes turkeyin Asr
Green and Mrs. O. E. CrosbyIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI a greater rate than six per tent- 92e
'I Eve ti City Hospital. There Mr. and Mrs. Roy
happy day. In the afternoon any manner I fix it. Every I um (6t;, ) per annum or to lw sold galEggs
took the dogs for a walk. morning at the first streaks of have been some changes in the family. '. ,. ,. < i at such price that the net interest ,+f
T.'W.Markey returned 1Don't cost to the Development Commission
cast so watch the column next Mr. and Mrs.
dawn I take dogs walking.
We had funeral Tuesday before my hall exceed: six per cent i
a the Christmas con-
The sky in the east is beautiful, week for a complete list of Char- : last week after spending forget um (6f/ ) to the date of the respective I
Thanksgiving. It was a all bursting with colors proclaiming acters and the date of the pro- Thanksgiving we ek-'with- Mr. and test sponsored by. the Home De- matur'ties: thereof, a more particular -

woman 64. She was In a hospital a new day. The dogs and I gram. Everyone is invited to our Mrs. Allen Bishop tn'Mobile: Ala. monstration Club. The contest bonds" appearing description by of reference said revenue to Bread

35 miles from us. So away Don walk quietly thru the morning Church to help glorify our Lordon and Mr., and Mrs. Ernest Harveyin will be for outdoor decorationsonly aid authorizing resolution, certified -
this special evening. Biloxi. Miss They also visited copy of which is attached to I -
Jim'' Harden will lead the sing- ind made a part of the Petition Ice Cream
Also would like to advise that friends in Pensacola. n ;
"We eliminate the middleman's profit" herein: This Rule XM is' to be published -
I there will be a program at the Mrs., R. T. Taylor and Terry Ing during revival services to be in the Bradford County Telegraph I .

church New Year's Eve. Guest Dukes of'Worthlngton were Sunday held at the Kingsley Lake Baptist ; Starke, Florida, a newspaper Cottage Cheese

'One, Quart With Each t speakers and ,the program outline guests of Mr and Mrs. Warren Church Dec. 1118. Everyone is da oublished, and in In the Bradford Tallahassee County,Demo-Flori I jeorge Washington said,

I F R E E .; will be given later. 'Mizelle.. .' ,invited to.'.attend. 'rat. a newspaper published in Lon "I cci t tell a lie, Juice

or, G&Uoa One you buy. I Han to be with- us for theseprograms Mrt and Mrs. Frank 'Tinney" and"The community Christmas County, Florida In *orm anj man I've 1 loved milk s'nceI Orange

t I and for our Church ser sons of Gainesville Were -sunday cantata will be held at the Madi- I was a Mile guy-

Prices Start at $2. qt. $5.98 Gal dI I vices with Rev.Luther A. ,McGee, afternoon guests 'of Mr.;: and ,Mrs: son Street Baptist Church Friday f

/ > ?' )j" '. '" "f'> ......:: pastor; rendering-Godly'messages-- Earl 'Green-and: famjty .*7 '1 nigh Dec. 16. Manyof the, Farm' :rr ,
every Sunday and Wednesday Mr. 'and Mrs.. Lowell Douglas oJacksonville f residents are taking part in this 7o I Ir

MARY CARTER PAINT STORE evening. and' Mr,and- Mrs program., The public is invited. o 1)SCtak a t f )

Please note choir practice has. Ernest Douglas Charleston. S It's ,a girl for AR2-C Richard

501 N.W.8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla.: FR 6-7588 been changed from Sunday afternoon C. were weekend 'guests of Mrs: and Mrs.'. Addison:: of Topeka, Kan. ,

u. ," _ .. '_' She was born Dec. 1 and has been :
", .. .. , I to Friday evenings at 7:30: )I Iva Douglas. 666 I
-- -'- -- -- -- -- Mrs. Addison -
p. m.II I Glad to see Janice Green home named Sharon Lavon.

II I The Heilbronn 'Church Ladies stand,I Improving after an,opera'tio n I is the former Louvema

Thafs Our Business : were hostesses for 'a miscellaneous,i;last ,week. She, was ,confined to'I I Starling daughter of Mr. and

wedding shower. at, the attractive Alachua General Hospital for sev- Mrs,-..----w Sidney Starling.-,-- Mr. Addison I-. .._ -_ ___ ., __ _.' _.._-, J' ___
u It's Glass We Have IU! home of Mrs.' Frank Norman I era! gays. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil

CALL WRITE or VISIT honoring the bride of Arthur, New' 'Openlnff Addison.Mr. '

Green, 'the former Miss MartyBales The new Brooker' Post 'Office and Mrs. P. S. Crews were

Joe Peters Glass Co. : Christmas, on the evening decorations of Nov.wereI 29.. morning opened' 'for"Everyone business is real Monda proudof visiting relatives last week.and friends inAuCcurndale Care enough :f,:

I artistically placed throughout the the new building. Mrs. Lewis Marton spent Sun- -

FOR ANY GLASS NEED. t party rooms. Appropriate games CongiatulattonsiCongratulations! day in Starke with her mother,

N> Hesiim Modern Store Front were enjoyed with prizes being to Mr. and Mrs. Newn Warren who was ill GIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY

Just Mall) Us A Pattern for awarded! to three of the ladies. Mrs. Ned Hicks 00' the Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sellars and
birth of a This Christmas be a thoughtful giver. Choose modem for modern
Table Tops I Mrs. Russell Redding, Mrs. Rex son, Sunday, t>ec. 4. daughter spent the weekend with gifts

1313 N.W. lib PL Gainesville, Fla. Pbone FR. 2-4353 ,Brooking, and Mrs. Lamar ;Red- Birthday Party her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Florida Rving-Better Living, Electricallyl/ An electrical gift says all the nic. '
i jdlsh served cake and coffee to I and Mrs. P, S. Crews. Mrs. Clin-
; Mrs. W. E. Bigham, Jr entertained things that words cannot express. It keeps on giving all through_ the year.
the 25 guests. The honoree received ton of Starke was a Sunday dinner -
: many''aluabl and useful for her Daughter, MaryJane. guest. ___ There are marvelous selections in all prices and for every age .and interest
? with a birthday and
f' slum-
gifts including pieces of. her
chosen china and crystal herns.I ber party Friday nigjit. Therewere' t
p The SI'C"ond
In The Circa It r burt
MONEY. I My mother, Mrs. Maude Mott,. 1? girls present" for the slum- Judicial Clrruil Of Florida In
ber):party.: And For iron 4'ounly.. H" E. 9tr er + f
has "returned home after visiting '* "
I lJ., '('h........". ..a.S .. x
I for two weeks with my brother- .". 'T. 1
I in-law and sister and family, Mr. its
W'H EN. i and Mrs. M. ElEddtel- Weldon"

of Tallahassee.

.. II Mr. and Mrs. Glen,,:Norman '* S dY dY r '

YOU "" :: I were weekend guests of his brother The New o +
l and sister-in-law: and Mrs. Scr/pto e.e.. -, -, '; .r'-

i i Clinton Norman of Jacksonville. ":: d/T \ 7' kb 4 4r.
'. ., ,,
NEE D I Harvey's brother-in-law John I
Business One Ball Pens ;
t Stillweil 'of- Fermn' rna Beach :: ,

was our house guest for several II / ', E

: IT ,I I days- Miss recently.Joyce June Morgan of and Refills ,: ji If t S'i

I Jacksonville,,daughter at Mr. and :" : ,

I Mrs. R. L. Morgan Trf:Starke, be'came '.. ., FOR ALL BUSINESS WRITING
the bride' xrf:Billy'' Eugene !

LOANS TO $600For 'Chambers 'of' Jacksonville, son off .t : t A sA
1'f Sirs. 'Ena 'Ctfambers'6f!' 'endleton. :-T# only- 2Sc each f

: S. c.. in the Pleasant Valley Baptist f1YMt S y r ..
Any Worthwhile Purpose 'j Church of Waycross. Ga. at 4

'I 18 'p. m., Nov. 30. :.r REFiLLABLE

i i f Best '\\ishes'1O ,Mr:'and Mrs. R. 1*; .' L -
.TAXES L. Morgan who celebrated their '

UNPAID BILLS I 25th. Silver Wedding Anniversary CUP THIS HANDY> USi.. '
MEDICAL EXPENSES Nov. 30. They renewed their
i I on
REDUCE CAR PAYMENTS ; I i I nuptial vows. at their daughter'swedding witb Refills lOc ea. >APPLIANCE DEALER


; Visiting wttlr C. Ernie[ Johns 'and'son. War- BLENDER FOOD SlICER MEAT ikt5born. ,
the'fek nd. were BLUE ,-;, WARMER .,, '...-HAIR DRYER .::: POWE4 TOOLS
ren during t 4 J. ,.,. BROILER } C HEATING PAD 0 RADIO '
their sons and'dsmghtejs-in-law.! g BLACK CAN OPENER -:-; HOTPLATE Q RECORD PLAYER
Prompt Service With I Mr. and.,Mrs. Morris Johns and ', s f.i 1 r. \*'; ..,, 31 CLOCKS ; ; ICE CRUSHER 0 ROTISSERIE

familY on Saturdav afternoon. r f, RED ," -= COffEE GRINDER ICE CREAM FREEZER :: SANDWICH JLLL I
and 1tr...and Mrs. Clifford Johns : G c.oif'4 roPPER =- JUICE EXTRACTOR 0 HAVER
4n daugtter. aft of Jacksonville ,FINE POINTS t L DEEP.tAT fRYER .J kNIfE SHARPENER C TOASTER
i on Sunday. < f
i .. Mrs. Sinclair. Harley of Jack- o and for that Special.Gift; ALL.ELECTRJC KITCHEN iJrn

j-BonTSle} visited Bator-Say with her ,The most :economical b001-1't

v STOP IN OR CALL 'wneles and aunts. -Mr. and Mrs.fTiteman '
and : #' Treasury of Chnstmas Ideas" win lighten .
t Cftebrnd( Mr. 'ids t j
; i Mrs. RL. Reddish. writing ever 'devse; e ';7t your work and brighten your holiday.free at
electrical appiiance dealers
mtt'tom; sons/fetthard and -, I1 !

i' Wayne and I visited In-JscksanViile .. ,'.

TOWN FINANC CO. Friday evening- 'ff I -. 6i :

1 Sunday guests of Mr." and Mrs. 8& 110 Ali 1 1ri'1 iff 1lIldJ'1 I iJ 6vtf :: '

f L. C. Sapp and sons were Mr. and .

144 W. CALL ST. Mrs Lacy Cone and family; of t Mbr 3 lloimtv Telegraph F'LQIII1 I FOWEt t LICIT I COMP. AIT'/ : :

.PhWO 4-9091 .
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Starke. Fla., Regret to report: that little Irita & I -, --, : --:- : : '-. :"': : -'" '::__ =":':"" _':=" _'-=" --':;:-.'.-:-: : i

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Crawford, three year old, daugh- t +a.sw.rr.- r-"r- {


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l THURSDAY. DECEMBER: 8, i960' w
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'vvyTVVTYYTYanrrn.lI Miss"Sinie Prescott Mrs. Hattie Jackie Bales accompanied them. Annual Christmas tire production nas been written wagons, and kiddiecar rides i Posite Bradford County Hospital,
Joey' Bennett, I[
I LAWTEY' Starting, daughter of and Mr. Carol and fery Mrs.of Marian Jacksonville Maigjmd son visiting Jef- SCHOOL I' Program Att Prison .( formed directed by and inmates staged of will the be State per-(,I which be repaired to give away : or call WO '4-5971. and Mr. I

Mrs. Ralph Darley went to Jack- Mrs. Hester Hicks and Mr. and during the Christmas season. Vaughan will come,and get them.
By Enza,, Blancharditrt.anrr..mm.n. sonville to see the Santa Claus Mrs. O. J. Anders. Jeffery will remain Set For Dec: 20 The public is cordially invited J All persons with toys of this:;i i I All other toys may be left at the I

: parade: The children were thrilled with Mrs. Hicks and attend NE\VS\ I The annual Christmas to attend. kind,are asked to bring them to!!! Elks Club at the corner of South :

.. by the real reindeer pulling Santa school here Mrs. Mars, Mrs. of All Soul's Chapel at program Florida i I,, the home of Owen Vaughan. op-.:i I i Walnut and Madison Streets. ;
Lawtey Parent and the sleigh guided by Rudolphthe Hicks and Mrs. Anders are sisters. i!
Association State Prison Elks .
BHS Planning' Period win be presented at Are Ready !
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will have its red-nosed reindeer. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs.
- ing in the school cafeteria regular meet-Tuesday Mrs-_D. B. Thomas Mrs. Giles Lula Norman were Susie Normanand Bradford High is in; the mids 7:30: p .!n. Tuesday Dec 20, in I For Christmas Toys 1- AMBULANCE SERVICE j!
of and the
a changing
planning chapel -
evening Dec. 13. at 7:30. All Mitchell of Starke Mrs. Willie -Mrs. Sinclair Mosley of Jacksonville auditorium. 1
To Be
members are asked to attend. Dobbs. and Mrs, C. w: Thomas: Mrs. Carl Markham, tod. There will be a change in Thk year the chapel choir is I I Repaired !I PHONE WO 4-2600 !
sports from football to basketball
Trooper and son Donnie also Mrs. Inez Crosby and Mrs. Carrie performing an origins] play with :
Jamsen enjoyed the I I
Director of Safety The Senior? Junior, and Fresh- Starke Elks are sending out DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
of the Highway parade,. Little Donnie especially. Norman. music. "No Room at The Inn."
Peaker foe: this 'occasion.Patrol.will There be I Mr. and Mrs H.; E. Priest, Lo- Mr. and Mrs., Francis S. Campbell man be classes are planning,>plays to It tells the story of the Nativityas their annual appeal for discarded j I' DeWitl C. Jones Registered Funeral Director I
presented in the auditoriumin
will 'be special Christmas music rain and Lamar, were visiting were in Gainesville Sunday seen through the eyes of the toys, including! tricycles. bicycles. '
the -- Starke Fla.
fcy ,the .Glee Club. I relatives in Welbourne and"Lake! visiting Francis' sister and broth- Assemblies near future. Innkeeper of Bethlehem. The en-I, I i i ,

Saturday Mrs. H. er-in-law Mr. _and Mrs. Sidney I Rental Service: Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs Crutches
I \ W. Bennett _City_ Sunday afternoon.' Miss Williams. I I BHS students have had the V ,
i pleasure of ,attending two > WILLIAMS I -
The Red
Cross First Aid Class !
meets within a ten day period In Trade withSLADE
each Monday evening at'7
I o'clock in the Lawtey schooL This the new auditorium.. JEWELRY Starke Builders Supplies Offers
for BOATING MAN .. is really an important course for Mr. Hugh Ingram, the principal ,
always adds to the
any everyone kind of In disaster.case of You accidents can still or giving helpful adrice or programby humorous Bottled Gas WATCHES DIAMONDSIn You A Wide Selection Of

or BOATING FAN remarks. ( City) REPAIRS
join.Mrs. The Student Council- in
Robert E. Lee's mother, was
AH Work
charge of the first assembly.:
..rye Mrs. G. 1,. Peterson of Arlingtonwas VVV
.: ,1 ;- visiting the Lee family Fri- Honor Court members were sworn A. C. Williams

.""Mfc.Po .- day. The occasion was a special in and the procedure the court. 142 W. Call St.
was explained by the'chancelor. Gas Cost Less J
>t dinner for Mrs. Peterson and Terry Walters. I Starke, Fla.
grandson. Johnnie. They have the I Than "Slade
The second
same birthday. assembly was a very Gas"i

Honor students of Lawtey JunIor enjoyable Thanksgiving program
presented: by the Bradford High
High School
for this period of '

the 1st term grade are:-,Marsha Brewer, choruses Miss Frances under Poe.the direction The Senior of LAKE BUTLER BOTILED GAS

Chorus includes 63 students; the eRODS
Donald Keith Bennett, Kendall
t.N Junior Chorus. has 134 members.
Lee'Turner, Brenda Starling, Each song of Thanksgiving:was .' For Cooking and Heating
Roger Eunice and Norma Jean ,
,,,,, t $ ,Prevatt.. in accordance with a historical $6.50 Per 100 lb. Cylinder REELS SKIS GUNS
NF Wy N I 2nd grade- Ronald Sapp and event for which we should be -- -- -
thankful Miss Della Rosenberg
I TyeL
narrated this part of the pro .
3rd gradeChipper Hague Mike Heater
/ ---- Special ----
Norman, BUie} Wise, Regina gram.
Gladieux, Marcie Hardee. Football Season HUNTING JACKETS

t 5th' grade Charles Norman The Bradford High Tornadoes 25,000 BTU Space Heater 29.50
played their last of the 1960
:; i '' game
:; t Brenda Jones, Patricia Morgan,
... '"'':, season Wednesday, Nov. 23. The
and Sharan :
Bonnie Rosier.
r 40,000 BTU Space Heater 39.50
Tornadoes were undefeated durIng -
ol oed I ia.6e14V. V Tatum. .
V ; this season. The season ended
rful 10 tub 4 6th, grade Rodney Barber, Phone HY 6-4351 Lake Butler
.. with nine wins, one tie, and no
Standard-perform*:nc 540-1600 KC '. Shirley Fuquay, and. Linda De- losses. ,
Manne;85-4.2 MeCHANNEL vore.
The team will suffer the loss of I ICOLEMAN'S GUN CASES
7th grade Judy Bennett, John-
t 13 outstanding Senior players. As ..
nie Tye. BHS has been conference cham- ( GULF SERVICE .1
MASTER 8th grade- Carol Jean Mosley
for the four these
pion past
and Elaine Red- All Discount
4 Bonnie Prevatt,
ding. boys have always played on a 263 N. TEMPLE PH. WO 4.6001 r. 10 I %
winning teamThe
All-New 8 Transistor 9th Juanita Griffis
grade 1960 team played well in Items Thru Dec. 24
Dianne and Gwendolyn '
Sapp. both offensive and defensive situations '" !
: Marine and Standard Tanner. against capable com- UNDER" NEW MANAGEMENT s

V Cost-Sharing Requests Student (Employment
Radio Under ASC Program Bradford High endeavoring' Assisted by Ken Coleman & Ed Griffis
to adapt a course of action to encourage -
Now Being Accepted the child who is slower V V
CAST OFF! ? a new world of .
boating excitement awaits to learn fo continue 'si dY_ FREE GREASE JOB On Hand
.,.A. __ with the new Channel Master yon ,I Mrs. Mildred Sapp, ASC office through high school. :
t ? i, manager, reminded farmers this. cent of these students
: Tw-Bander. : t Ten per WITH EACH OIL CHANGE
week that their requests for cost- have the ability to be ,
Tane In the .talk .f he sea"... do.J1ot Ol,
f.sharing ,under the 1961 Agricul- taught in a normal class room
SMp-to-sblp Sdip-to-sdon I tural Conservation Program will situation. '. e STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES

; Weather reports Distress calls I be accepted starting Thursday, The state at one time,'provided GOOD GULF GASOLINE and OILTIRESTUBESBATTERIES .
.. and with the flip of switch Dec. 1.Any '
iNCLUOtt: Topcovhld a special units for these people. The M'
phone WO 4.4201 Starke Fla.
<'" : ,
"carrying cut and* : bring in--all your favorite music farmer planning to carryout 1958 legislature did away with
au.a mtiatticMrphoa and news.broadcasts. Here is the his
for onvU conservation'practices on these un ts to the high schoolsof --
Uiunfnc. 2 :. ideal I""shipmate" for every boat i land in 1961 will have a chance to the state.Without .
1'==' .- ing enthusiast. For with the new I'request cost-sharing for a periodof special help these

Channel Master radio you really 36 days ending Jan. 6. 1951.I young people "are a constant FOR BIG CHRISTMAS SAVING ON '"HOME. FURNISHINGS
VV V :: take rut in the excitement and I At the,end of" the initial signup source of trouble and difficultyfor

V VV VV fun 0 boating world.So come, I period, funds allocated by the3tate the schools For example, 90
$4S aboard! ..see and hear the new per cent of the students who
ASC Committee will be used TAKE ADVANTAGE OF
UK Channel Master radio for you* I cause 60 per cent of total absences -
by the farmer-elected ABC Coun-
leU.Bullington's : are in this classification.
,V ty Committee tQ cover eligible requests I In a limited 'program here at-

I I for the; : most needed conservation BHS we have taken six of the

Studio & .Gift Shop ,i practices that farmers students and given them Jobs in
areas where they have shown an -.. \1 ..,N
would not otherwise carry out. lr
interest.. These students, who are .
ANDShepherd's Requests are to be filed in writing HASVIIEM.OVAI '
for DCT
too young the program '
at the ASC county office in conducted at BHS. have Improvedin

Radio & TV I II I the Agricultural Building from conduct and attendance to a tJ!!!! .

I Dec. 1. 1960 through Jan. 6, 1961. point above average. This shouldbe

:i proof. that.. as_u.long. _as. we....._do__ !!

I I special not meet students tne needs they 01 will woos con- OUR ENTIRE STOCK IS MARKED DOWN FOR THIS CASH AND

'. .u tinue to be a source of irritation.

/t. Once the and limitations an effort Is are made recognized to- CARRY EVENT .- SO MAKE IT FURNITURE THIS CHRISTMAS!

do something about .their needs, -- .

we believe that these students will .. ..
.. ., cease to be a problem: and that / '".. ,
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,tMt ,' vuCt "uhb they can be. taught tD,be active BUNK BEDS

members of society. 3.PECE. ,
"". -Margaret Douglas.

p' We -invite you to I'' MAYOR'S. COURT BED ROOM SUITE Complete With

I. .... Innerspring Mattress
: *: .. \..',? make our bank ,._ .- /' \ Mayor's Mayor Court W,. T.- Monday, iBilll :Jacks handed t1'in 11.995Regular ]
... '. .. '
: \
:; ; :. ... ., .( out suspended sentences to three 95
:. ... ... -.. "" ,,; :: Starke youths caught stealing $169.95 1 139 $139.95
\ gasoline from a tractor-at: the .
.. ,, .1."h '
r '; ;::'.-F'{ '. : ea d quarters,, :. ...!t- Temples State Farmer's Avenue.: Market on North Now '., WITH DINNER SET

,. .. : (
.'J ,,' 'f: .. ,- JimmieEarls,18, Clarence Harper .
C ,-
\ ; 17; and another 16-year-old
't' : ,: ":
: youth were apprehended November 7 PIECE DINETTE
J." 'f', 'i'.t.: ': '. ...... .
,: .: 'i for; all .i 17 by CityyPol iceman M.,. M.
"A., I' I .,. : LADY MELBA
,', J' 'I : yourBkfltflBttBflii -. Jordan while he was. patrolling
ji.-'. -.' t.tcttBtt0L -, ;t -id' ... ''., the area. The youths were caught

: J.". <. matteis'cOMUHJOOHAHDOfTBl1 :' :: : with four and a half gallons of ELECTRIC
: '
v L. .. ,, : ; : the gasoline tractor.they. had siphoned from
\; .
,- V .. ?; '
Jackson band d'six
3 Mayor
; :
** 3* ,k 'V;
months jail sentences 'but suspended
: .- ,}.,-', .*t* '.,;<- ......... !" .. ..-..,..- ...,.", them in favor or requiringthe Regular. ,
f 9s
v youths to be in by 8 p. m.
t: ":< : I ,
'" ; each night for 30 days or receive $29.95
,- ., ':"" a fine or $102.50.'The theft was
.....,. 44;
the first offense for all three 2 YEARGUARANTEE
: Other cases disposed of 'n May-

., 1.'S.; or's Court this week were:
Leon Wynn. reckless driving

and causing an accident, fined NOW
$77.50 or 15 days in Jail;.sentence 19'5 SET
; : ;k suspended and driver's license
cry Z, ;. ; '. '' p
: r: ; held fqr 30 days.
'- :
Paul Wesley Hart running red '. _. .., .. '_ '_ ,,' ___ .
'_ :. ... .. ,' "
"ht. forfeited! bond of $12.50 -- .. -.-. \,-- -- ------- ..,-
Marshall Eugene Sides.- runningred .

lightfined $12:50but sent: ARMSTRONG QUAKER

ence suspended and .put ,on 30-

day probation.: : '
FLORIDAiiThAFI1iLEI J. I,. Morgan public Intoxication PER SQUARE YARD

fined_ $150 or'five daf 12' WIDE ,

Earnest, Smith. Negro, public I

intoxication forfeited' bond rod

: : :: : 2750.. : BART STARKE

:. Joseph J. Sciammanicornnnirig : FURNITURE co.


I$12.50. ta
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Funeral SundayFor 'Commissioner-elect of Agriculture Senior 4-H Girls i Rites Wednesday of North East quarter<< 'Of South I I' Cirrus: t'wurl. Bradford C.HBt>, at the East door of the CourtHouse defendant, to satiety said execution.
i' Conner. i j K.isl quarter st-ctlort 3i: township 6 I I ISo Florida -I in Bradford Count Florida.I P. D. Reddish
Doyle i th-,4rige 2.East and Bluejet' Corporation. Plaintiff, vs. I \\' offer for sale and sell to the Sheriff. Bradford County I
Mrs. Conner I Funeral services were held at : Have Recognition ,: For 1\1rs.-Snowden t 419', thr ce run North M degrees' 1*. U 'tbonl8, and ('Iafl oeIOltll, highest, bidder /or cash In hand By Jean "WTainwright.. P. S.
:>O.S feet thence North 40 i, Individually find as co-partner d- the above described property of said 12-8 4t 1219Is
W.ft; ;
In Pine Level ChurchMrs. 3 p. m. Sunday in the Pine Level': Program Sunday i i iI In Dyal Cemetery .dogn-eK ':i).TRiimt.KitH1; !* feet for ;, b-a Bradford Saw & EqutpmentlCompany. -
I Baptist Church with the pastor.,, I i'a" point of. beginning; theme run i Defendant. I
i.xf.rth. 49 degreej :3<* minutes West NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE II
Rev. William E. Hall officiating. ; The Starke Senior 4-H Club : I
Carrie Hitch Conner, 80 Mrs. Mary Manning snoWden UX 'tuul to state rc.I--rI*bt of war' Nonce is hereby given that 1, P. I
of Starke. died in a local hospital Burial was in the family plot in held their recognition program'last '' I 80. of Lake Butler, died in a""It.? Saturday morning after a brief'' Conner Cemetery under the direction Saturday in the Methodist! :Starke hospital Monda ; North SO degrees ::4 minutes East I l'tlunt'Iorida, under and by vir- :
i night i 1100 fret tluniion South 4') tue of a writ of Execution! hereto- :I
illness. Born in Baker County on of DeWitt C. Jones j I Recreation Hall with parents and I .after an extended illness..She was, prees 30 nilnntes East 1*' .d'--I i; tore Issued out of Circuit Court. i Ii i VI
the'' Funeral Home. I friends( as special guests. Arrange- born in Bradford th" IJ.tt'T1tn South 40 degrees" :30 min-I' Bradford County, in the abovestyled : <
she i
March 5. 1880, was County,' : '
daughter ,,I! ut- \\'efl 10 l feel to point of lie- j I 'au"t! !, I have levied upon thefollowing j. .., ,
daughter of the late James Hamilton : Active pallbearers were grand- i ments of poinsettias and pyr-- of the late James and Bashie i(i i ginning. property, tw-wit: :L "". :> ,.....-...<<
and Nancy Tison Rtch. i sons of the deceased. cantha were used in decorating. 'i Wilkinson M nni.ng. and had ;;i \II! the properly of the abovenamed I IS T Thomas Mill I, ).,
I I defendant, and that 'n the.day 75: a'rt'S:1 ",
Mrs. Conner was a lifelong1: Girls to be recognized for their Ihei here all her life. She was a o January. 1SS1. between the all 8AV'" of NEU of rd SOI & :..-,.\...-;..
resident of Bradford anda I Scouts Plan project work and records were: member of the Baptist Church. legal hours, of sale, namely eleven ':ISEU of SR%. n ry te X1651: of X 4 I --"'i.->! tE
County : Boy Linda urlxek: in the forenoon and two 0'- of SC't t: E of US Hwy 301, also com ; -1,
member of the Pine Level Bap- Cox clothing; CarolynChilson ; Surviving are two daughters dock In the afnrnoon. on said day, I at SW orner of lot of (;S & F r)' ; 4 "
tist Church. I Activities For dairy foods; Cathy Rho- i, Mrs. Onie Raulerson of Raiford,. at the East do'ir of the (''''ut I land llwv 301. run sly along W r-w -
den child development Patty '1 It.ust m Bradford County, Florida, I of hwy 301-237' to pob, run W par a
Surviving are her ,husband!! Coming Field Day ; and Mrs. Ethel Johnson of<11 will offer for sale and sell to the :; with' ry 1J7', sly 35' Ely ItT to \V !
f Moser food preparation; Margaret Gainesville; one brother. N. Ollie,t highest bidder fair cash In 'band, .' bale by :01 X ,;:;' to pob
Lawton L. Conner, a former j 1 the' above des-tribcd Vl'I'pE'rt of _\s the property of the above
Ann Lovell safety and Gail '
Bradforj County Commissioner: Doyle Kelly, Doyle Thomas and ; ; Manning, St. Petersburg; and one*Mid'.defendant to satisfy said exe- t'named defendant and that on the
McKinney dress:; revue. As Miss sister Mrs. 2 day of Jan1S61, b..tet'n.tbe CONVENIENT
five daughters, Mrs. Reba Craw- ; Donald Thompson, Patrol Leatiers Cindy Perry. Hamp- k 1Cllti : ;
I( Dorothy Ross called their names, 1'. D. lterldlslt V I rat Do.uno or sale, namely .
ton 12 tll'\t.n
I ford. Mrs: Roberta Sapp, Mrs. Ida I Ia of Boy Scout Troop 70. met recently ; grandchildren; and 21. '* Sheriff Bradford County o'clock In the forenoon and two (1l'If'k - }t.'''\.. .
; Mrs. P. J. Pelum pinned gold me- ._ titiv \
I great grandchildren. j By: Jean \Vamwriitht. I) S in the afternoon on said day, -
Mae Shaw, and Mrs. Edith
at the home of Scout .
: }
dais on the girls. 12-S: 4t 12--9 ,
Hutcheson. all of Starke and Mrs. Funeral services were teld at 3, i
Elna Schaeffer of Detroit, Mich.; master David Montgomery to!1 Diane Hardy Audrey Flakes i p. Wednesday' at the graveside; mnll Claims. Court- llradronl i, asYotirj ; }. 1:
make plans for Scout Field Dayin i and Sharon Bryan received certificates In Dyal Cemetery ; Connl. .I'lorida I IO 3
five sons, J. Leon: Wilton C.; : I ; near Starke \ tt-t 7Willi.ini 1 I ,,. .'
for their club ear hearing
Gainesv1ll .*.Dec. 10. work. with Rev. Alton Dobbs e ... :
Marcus L., and William Raleigh i iI i pastor of T Jackson .1-1>-aVm., Is I y
I A playlet, "The History of 4-H' New Berlin T Jackson Transfer, Starke. Florld.i. I :
The as planned, will Baptist Church. Jacksonville -, ,
an of Starke and program
Conner. : : ,
i Plaintiff vs Joe Searfone: : 5218
Club Work, was presented by the :
L. Conner of Miami; two sisters! include: Making fire by flint and i officiating. Burial ,,was 16th Avenue. South, St. IVtersbUig! I :
i girls. When 4-H Clubs began in in t i Telepliolle
I family plot under.tI1. direction Florida PUfeudant.NOTICE ,
Mrs. Rosa Johnson of Miami, and j w
steel climbing, toss ., JI .3.E !
rope rope [Florida in 1912 they were calledGirl's of Jones I OF SHEKrr'F'S :
Mrs. Ella Mae Lennon Deland; i' DeWitt 'C, X'llke is hereby given that I. P. ,
raising a flag pole of 18 feet, tyIng -! Tomato Clubs Each Funeral Home. i tn. Reddish! ; Sheriff of Bradford : .
34' grandchildren and: 47 great I r.
various knots and other member planted and harvested Pallbearers County, Florida\ und"r and by vir- I
great grandchildren. I, one-tenth were M. L. Johns :i rue of a writ of'F.x of The "to. .
plot. .
an acre
Jr., Maurice ,
She the grandmother ofj I Scouting activities. Brannen, Troy I,. 'i issued out of 'Smatt1 Claims I II II II w .
4 was : tomatoes were used in the home Dukes, and Robert L. Black. [Court P.-adford; County, ;tlf the a- a' ,
canned and sold. Today the pro- hon >tledau>-e, I hartlevied'I Saves time. Saves steps Saves trouble. .
upon the following property to-wit:
I gram has been broadened to:' Elvis One I'7! OMC Tnnk I
a reach more people. Girls may Presley Stars Serial Xo, ISJ-P-: :!:iiiS 9 Does away with standing m line to, buy.
Motor Xo. CAV; 0 J86 ( MC 4 .
choose from 20 different projects. In 'G. I I. Blues'Coming 23J4003 1 I I money orders or miming all 1 o\ci town to pay
I-Hi; : IiIAs ;; .
While considerable ,emphasis is Model Xo. I I "
I To FloridaA the property of the above! :
With the m aaAiStT bills.
to the of
given teaching specific I nair\ed defendant and that on the your
knowledge and skills the underlying :2 day of January, IMU! between the :I
objective of 4-H is the development "new" Elvis Presley minus lesal' hours of sale, namely eleven ; II 0 Automatically gives you a recni" !'(\ mi tan' -
the famous pompador; and sideburns i o'clock! in the forenoon and two 0'dlt'k I t r ,
of the club member into in the afternoon, on said day, I I celled check) ) for 1 ill1t.'flt.
every [
makes his
debut in "G I.:: at the East door of the Court MAICO II
mature and
a competent, responsible '
Blues" showing at the Florida: Mouse In Bradford; County. Florida, I I
young adult citizen. I mil offer for sale and sell to the i 9 Eliminates the risk of keeping. l.irge sumI
1 At the conclusion. Linda Cox Theatre Sunday .through. Tuesday highest bidder for cash: in hand a '.
i ''*. .*: I the above described property of Hearing Glasses money in yow home or in rom purse,
invited everyone to the punch said defendant, to. satisfy said .,sp-
Portraying: a Pole that he filledin
table prepared by the girls. A real' life for almost two years cution.p 1'>. Reddish Discover the thrill of greatly 9 Gives you a complete. up to the iniiiultV

I I' crreheted"table cloth was used to.. -that. of a U. S. soldier in Sheriff, Bradford County improved hearing ip crowds, ., .?
cover the table and the punchbowl peace .Jy Jean Wainwrtpht, D. :S.12S theaters,noisy places.More com record of all expends.
,, time. Germany-instead of his 4t 12-29! fortable, as only half the power '
flanked with purple mums former is needed! See them I
& long-haflstyle. Elvis now or get
ani fern, was presided over by free booklet II O Simplifies your budgeting.
wears a modification of the regulation f I
Chilson. Open faced
Carolyn Army butch haircut. This Optical Semite*'in Miico, Rearing disc
i i sandwiches, shell hors d'oeuvers i ifruit I. available tnly through the optical profession. It torn mly! a few minutes to open a rhmlvng nrrownf tluit
1 style calls for maximum hair I I New i
balls, and nuts were served.,i I II II I length of 2 1-2 .inches and no Something Mr. It, C. Paulk I full sure you hours aery nonlh/ \\luj,! hIlt>< c111 it lite and now!

I sideburns?-* r* *-*+ J i iI II
Tobacco Growers I Hearing Aid Consultant from
i j I
Will Meet Dec. 13 I f,1 $ I
('lrrult Court Bradford Cc.unb,1 Maico Hearing Service I

I In i Brooker Center' I II :.niuejet Florida. CocporatlonJwTlalntiff.s. \s.I I I %; 319 Professional! Bldg.Jarksomille I I Community State Bank of Starke
> Thntts.and.t1 r n"e Moon I
2, Fla. trill l he in
JnIliiduallyand d-I :
as -partnfrs
Another use of farm plastic will S
h-a Bradford Saw and Equipment Starke
be discussed at a meeting of to- ('0". Defendant Tuesday' Dec. 13th at Member Federal Deposits Insurance CorporationPhone

V T bacco growers at 7 p. m. Tuesday. N'OTK'K: OF SHEKIFF'S SALKXiitii't i KOCH'S DRUG STORE. Come in i
I i is hereby given that I. I' ,
Dec. 13, in the Community. House P Ueddi.h, Sheriff of Bradford for a free hearing test and dMlII .:, WO 1-9881
at Brooker. County Florida, under and 1>>' virtue !I onstration.
of a writ of nteruiion heretofore -* The fast clean For the finest Christ- "Thank You For Banking: With Our Bank"
work with plastic
Experimental lI! covers for tobacco plant beds has :I Pradford County, in the above waytopaste... : .
styled cause. I have: levied upon tht'ton'lnt
indicated that plants can ;
property io-v.it
grown faster,. more vigorous, and Thomas Truck Terminal A DOT AND in DONE! ,
with more assurance of a good X I4(' of XE',4 of SEV, of id 200
ex lots 5 and 6 of Ilk ;5 in E i \V.
stand. Less fertilizer and fewer :I laves n-d and S. S6f of PEVi of NomeeBneverieaJutrina
seeds are also required with the,,. NI I:'. E of rd 2n: ) ex parcels dew up or dries out. i '
In FIR S!-J: ?!!i and 8-HT-SS-6 j-ect Economical .
ii 5 of plastic cover experiments 32 twp 6S rge 22 K.AK I too
indicates : the property .'f the ahoenamed "penpoinfthepaiu"actly
@ IL oo IR1 I: defendant, and that on the where it'-is
County Agent G. T. Huggins 2 day of January, 1S6J! ht-tueen the i needed without +' M--- BU,TIT D1DNT HURT f

states that a plant bed covered legal bvars'0faale- iwmVlv. two ele\en o'. .waete, vVuBUA4Al6Jyaontozic.4 w,. 't" 71I : '1 WAS BREAKIKi' 1p.JI SWELL FOOD XOU GET AT |
,, ':.I'l'f'k la4hy.tvreuoon.atd
with cheesecloth will ,requireup' :ilo,' .rin the afternoon, on said! day .Over S,000 -S- I E\l'THAT\\ NEw DISH
to 30-days longer to produce at the Kant door of the Court houseIn I, paste dots without I Now' 4 ......e you BOUl\-\: \\ CityhsntiMeatMartet
Modern home heating oil is Nature's finest fuel ; dford 'ountjr, Florida 1 will i I WNATw : i
refilling .
that ,
Dries Ip.J
plants ready to set. assuming offer for aalP And sell to the highest ; in iHAT 10 I\-\IS\\ MO ':'< \
and a triumph of petroleum research. It is a normal weather conditions pre- bidder: tot (rash JU' hand the a-. nd8..RuUo f.cleanly. I .... ---,- ... 0.
hove d"t>eril"td propertr said d.! ee ily. ; .
clear, clean, highly-distilled liquid, virtuallyfree vail during the phnt-growing season ,f"l\lant:,1)..to. Reddish haticfy"*.said' execution.P 1001 ;, ": TIo. r.ky\ I 1 -: 6rt:":3 w rAh

from impurities. Oil burners installed Huggins said that moisture Sheriff, Bradford." C..untyy = JOBS I .. c to\-: : ? V-
any : \
: Jean Wain.wri"bt, J> S. /, | EASYtom
correctly provide excellent combustion with I and temperature are held more V 12-8 4t 12-29:: j Scrapbooks and PlIoto AIg {- i :'. I .:
evenly with plastic and \the possibility bums \ -
no soot or waste. House-cleaning is easier too of blue mold is decreased (Irrull Court.: llrndforil" t'ouxty,!I c__ Wrappinl{ School[esindCi Book I 'o.' .. I It?
with OIL HEAT. I since temperatures urlderplastic Bluejel florid Corporatiorf.. Plaintiff. >'s.I I .u CoveTl Arts flid Ctalta. :t? ro::::: '.":.................!'..: "

t are not suitable for blue mold de- ). L. Thomas'and/Clarence Moon, {@ : 0 90-1 b

imlKiduallv--and as co-partners, d- I 43.
velopment. h-ar Bradford Saw and RquUiment SPECIAL OFFER

N ',:M__().NO'_____ Y: _QJ :stRyr ',Olr. :P"ROlttr.( I "Along with using a plastic Co.XOT1CE Defendant(W SUplllFF'S. SALK, Paste Pen with I FRESHFRESH- CHUCK"
0- -- - -- - the plantgrowing Xotice I is hereby given that I P
throughout FREE
cover D. Reddish, Sheriff' 'of Bradford Refill...
I season the first requirementfor County, Florida, Under and by virtue I LB. -I-- 39c
FUEL OIL DEALERS ASSOCIATIONOF I of a writ ofr Execution heretofore FRYERS
is to fumi-
a good plant bed I Issued out 'of Circuit Court.'P.radfllrd .

BRADFORD COUNTY gate with methylbromide to kill {'au'l'County. I have,..In levied" the upon abo'e1I1)'I..d the .R y Bradford CountyTelegraph -.-- .-- --- -- ,. .- -,-. -- --.- .. cC

all grass and weed seeds .in the following' property, ;to-wit: : I I RIB
T. C. Hazen Jr. I I). U Thonrua llentaurant!
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SINCLAIR OIL DISTRIBUTOR All tobacco r. growers are invited ..,.j. ,,,r -. : HENS 1k-- 2Sc STEAK -. .Ib.S9c

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GULF OIL PRODUCTS SHELL JOBBER ing good tobacco plants. 3. L.V V. ; I i ALL MEAT CHUCK I .

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t .YYYYYYY.YYYYYYYTTYYYTTTTT..TTTTYYTTYYT..YYf groups for services with special a fa Tk Ctrralt C url Of The' Ehlatb; CARD OF THANKS |Starke Florida Green dev.-asrd: HIM: { '1't' Iii i .1
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thanks to Mrs. N. L. Pullum for Attorney .for Plaintiffs. ." r i.nji d.!"''harge.
I Far,.Bradford ron.l>. la rhn.rery. 1-1 4t l!-!! I Isud I tibil. was a. p.:; t. tar n*>o-
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED music. Your thoughtfulness and ('..r \.. 12-0X4 We wish to express to our kind i j i gable Th r-n v Y '>*n. Omrty ;
l kindness during the family's Ira H. True and his wife, Helen neighbors ani thoughtful friends I I Judge of Bradford ''..unn.. F nr: ii.
F. .County iuift'm Camrt And .
BRADFORD Plaintiffs
OF COUNTY vs. O. C. Sweat, on Pecembw 12th. '.,,,. f--r urip.-o--
hours of sadness'will al. t V our heartfelt thanks for their ,
be et
long re- Defendant; ; For Braatara loamy Florida.In (al of the set and *- fw di<>- t
f membered. May God bless and SUIT TO QUITIT TITLE many expressions of sympathy'during ] re": Estate vf Adam T. Green,charge Administrator of the es [
By Ozora Shell keep each of.you .is our prayer.- .. STBTIiI To Order Defend<< Of Publication And Notice our recent bereavement. deceased.Xotice. state of Adam T. Oreen. deceased. [!
Of Petition For
II.\ 9"'-.a"'."1....1. 1. l11..Il&"' A A"A A A A 1..1. ". .,....... .. The family. i The beautiful flowers, food, and' Final Discharge! Filing Of Administrator I November 17, 19SO.
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; -- Great Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev.I Soil Conservation Florida To: each visit were deeply appre- To All Whom It May Concern: Administrator of the Estate of t
Jp Breaking E. D. Robinson pastor, will hold 'j Temple COOllf'rath'fColony of :; ciated.-Lawton Conner. and f amily. -j: ,Ot\(, Is hereby given that I have Adam T. Green, deceased. I
Florida filed final '''ninlcrotor 11-7 4t 1Z-S
American legion members of and its members, officers! mv ai e ;'
f Sunday School at the regular N-E-W-S creditors, lienors successors and + of the t'stateor Adam T. I
fI Post 314 and Auxiliary made his- hour. with .Supt. Henry Bryant in assigns all of whose vesid:.nces are t

t I tory ground last for Sunday the as they broke charge. All, members are invitedto By Bill 1I&u. nnknown; J. Pv; and Oliver Edward; Jahn P.X.. PiekerJ. Oliver-: fee simple title thereto against-I theI, 1\Ien' Clotbinr 1mf i
area that will hold attend services James Nooney. !IIIIII[ ALVAREZ STORE ,
Pleasant Son : individually and as
the Conservation Service claims of you and each of you: and j II Est tabhshed 1894 ml
building to become the per- Grove pent for Temple Cn.OprratlreColour
Baptist Church. Keystone you are" hereby summoned, Orderedand i f i
manent site of the Post in the The Board of of Florida: Alea: Hayes; required to file your answer! j! iI
Heights where pastor Robinson Supervisors for Robert :M. Smith, and their respect- written defenses to the complaintin I
near future. Post Commander will conduct services all day. the Bradford Soil Conservation tine npnnsea, \\t any; fj. C. Sweat or said cause in the office of the j iI
x Julius Royal and Auxiliary President Come out and enjoy good gospel District held their regular monthly and Simon his J.wife Temple, hula and\. j Pweat his :wife and, undersigned Tlrk of the r-tn-uit !, I

n't L. M. Royal wishes to thankall sinking and preaching. We are meeting at the Soil Conservation -. Sarah J. TE'mJlleall of whose respective Court.Florida in on Starke.or before'.rteecmher Bradford County) :51,1|

persons who attended and the happy to report that Sister Ranell Service office. Present were t if alive! and resjdencPSare If dead then his unknown or her) ,1' Theron 1S60. and A.to Yawn serve ropy Jr.. thereof on Smith Corona and Remington i

j participants for making this English has returned' to Starke Sam McGarvey, Z. W. Hamilton, unknown heirs devisees legatees, attorney, whose address! PlalntlffS'1
U jU affair a great success. We look after brief observations In Medical and Foster Shi Smith. Super- censors grantors In limorn interest, creditors and all, other si c- Office Drawer "SI! I I

forward to the laying of the Center Gainesville. According to visors: G. T. Huigins County persons claiming any Interest in ,i.. on or before said' date, as required I TYPEWRITERS
cornerstone in the building and reports she is doing fine and Agent; Paul Hutchins and Curtis the,. hereinafter" descrlhed proiwrty ibr i' l hv the Law of Florida and the'| 'j
: tbrough. under '
or again each Florida! Rules of Civil Procednr I,
finally burning the mortgage if hopes to resume all of her duties Marlow FFA advisors; Leon Car- such deceased, and all other person ''If yon fail to do so a decree pro [ \I i iy is
there is one.-Pauline Marshall :er and claiming! any interest In the Iprnp'rty |I s
: soon. Christmas practice is now Bill Haas, Soil Conserva. :! confesso will he entered against !> PORTABLE I
reporter. Lion Service. hereinafter described by, 'you for the relief demanded in the
going on. Supt. Bryant asks parents through under or against them or complaint.IT t
Airman Jones Will Train i' Citizens CommitteeThe to come out and help thee Hutchins and Marlow reportedthat either of them and nil other persona IS II roflFnrOflOImF.D that 1 SOLD ON '

As Air Policeman regular meeting of th young people with the practice 90 FFA boys took part,in thl intE't'pst'hlltt''l'r claiming any In right or to title the, following ori !! this Order once and I'a.h'et'k notice shall for fonr be published ( EASY TERMS

Airman Leroy Jones, son ofbars. Citizens Committee for the Betterment so that the program will be a Land Judging Program sponsored lands! situate in Rrndford I! secutive weeks in the 'on-I
J of youth will be held at great success. Senior Choir '1y the District. County, Florida, to-wit: County Telegraph, a newspaper"
rehearsal -
Mamie Jones
of Route 1.
The" East Half (E'44): of the 'nhlisht',1 I I' in Bradford County. I p4
Brooker has been assigned to a RJE Monday Dec. 12, at 8 p. m. Wednesday, Dec. 14, 7 p. The District will sponsor the Southwest Quarter ISW'4) ) "f the Florida and having a general; cir I i
unit of the Military Air TransportService j Chairman Eddie Thompkins is m. All members are asked to attend 1961 Sail: Conservation District Northwest Quarter \NW'4) of the" cn'Mirmrithin! said County.Witness I School
Southeast" Quarter SP!: f of &W-& : my hand al4 Clerk of the i / Supplies
at Charleston AFB, South \ asking all members to attend. to prepare for Christmass Speaking contest entitled, "Con !!' Ea-t. ex'-i the Easterly I 1:0 :;'Circuit Court of Bradford County l1
Carolina, for training and duty Business of importance must be music on the third ; National Resources In My30il I j feet there-of" which lies North of I i I Florida and the seal of said Court
; County Graded Road. .at Starke, Bradford County, Flori- I
I as an Air Policeman.He is a grad Ii j transacted. Many thanks to the tls Robinson vice-president in Conservation District. OREETIXUS: You are hereby t da this ISth! day of November, .
, uate of RJE High School and: filling station owners that responded charge. G. T. Huggins discussed the notified thllt, a suit in efinily has j "l.0.I i Bradford
i completed basic to the SOS for meetingthe New Bethel Baptist Church migrant labor program, telling been brfnght against you and each I <( military training \ of you hy Ira H. Truejc and his :d Charles A. Darby j i ;
at Lackland. AFB in Texas. transportation needs of some Rev A. B. Vjnson pastor will he Board of progress in the construction Wife. Ifelen F. Trues, as pll ntlU". Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Airforce Recruit i; of the volunteer workers. hold regular pastoral: services on work. I Iin the above entitled ('!'urt and Rradford County Florida I I
\ cause; that the relief nought in i-aid !|! ry Marian U Crosby, D. C. Phone WO 4.3101
James D. Diggs, son of Deacon The regular monthly meetingof Sunday starting with Sunday Emory Johns told me he got a ult is to remove clouds from, and Theron A. Yawn Jr. t,
i and Mrs. John Diggs. Sr.. has ; the P, T. A. was held with School at 9:30: a. m.. Supt. Milton good stana of Pensacola Bahia. to quiet and confirm the plaintiffs. P. O Drawer Tot! ; I

joined the U. S. Airforce. He is'; President Levy Lennon presiding. Ellerson in charge.: Dob't, forgetto Emory used the District's seeder II
I receiving basic training at Lack- j Devotions were.conducted bY' the send contributions for th P cultipacker and he said "It looks 1a 1p I I II

land Airforce Base 'San Antonio. : chaplain. Christmas Rally so that all to me, like every seed came up." !
CHURCH, NEWS scholars will be remembered witha He planted I It8
Texas. James is'' a recent, graduate i an old field. He said
of 'JUE High S<;\ ool. Persons f I Free Caanan Church of God 'gift. This program is being that by seeding heavy he got his

wishing to write maV 'reach him In Unity Rev. Sampson White olanned for regular scholars, not pasture established better! and
f at the following address; .A. B. I pastor, recently conducted the lust for Christmas but every day with less weed competition.Felix .

James D. Diggs. iAF-14744361, funeral of the late James Smith. in .the year. Visitors are always : Sapp used the District 1 w
t Flight 1450. No. 1501. According ] The family is deeply grateful to welcome. B. T, U at 5:30.: Press- grain drill to plant oats for. green

I :iqa report from; his mother hoyill I II pastor White officers and mem- dent Thomas In charge; 7 p. m. grazing! for his hogs. ,

I ; complete his basic 'trainingin bees for the use of the church, evening worship 'with Rev. Vin- Lex. Green used the grain drill I :
three weeks, and ;may ""be al- Scoutmaster B. T. Marshall, Sr. con.ln charge. All officers and to plant'winter pasture. i ? *

Jowed to return home "!qr the for the services of the Boy Scouts members are urged to attend as I came. upon Tommy .Crawford _

holidays. and other community clubs and we approach the close of 1960.P. .- 'cutting afield getting' ready to

J 1 1, Marshall reporter. Plant pasture. J. R. Hixon was I
Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church standing beside the fence
Ii I M ,-----i r-= =-- Rev. L. Sampson pastor win I to Tommy when I came up. We I

I RED CEDARCHRISTMAS hold regular Trustee Day starting discussed the planting of pasture.
with Sunday School at 10 a. m., Crawford plans to lime the field "

1J > : Supt. Fannie B., Fraaier ..'in and fertilize it and use the culti 1 1II

: : TREES charge: 11 a. m. morning worship packer tq plant the. seed., As he
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I with the junior church headed back to the tractor he remarked -
; by Mlss'Fannie B. I I
< "I want to.do the job
/. FOR SALE Frazier music by.the youth choir Tight :the first time so' I wont

under the direction of Mrs.. N. have to eplant."'To. get a good .

F'Choose, your True while it's Still Growing-Tag i itr Pullum: 6 p. m. sermon',by the stand of pasture grass in; a ?cultivated TRADE-IN ..,M -

/ind Pickup when 'ou're Ready to Decorate. pastor; Parents are asked to send field requires a good' management -
'* hildren out for the Christmas rehearsals plan.
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$' OVER 1000 TO PICK FROM Christmas program-.will be pre ,
<- : Girls
sented on Christmas night, '
,. $2.00 And Up For Cut TreesLIVE ouf meeting has been changed accomplishments since :sh e. has I
, : '' beef working in Bradford Co: for I
to 3:30 each Thursday-at RJE so "
nearly 20 '
TUEES-BALL AND BURLAPED" that more f1rJ. !Will.be.able'to it- years. She. invites -. all \

" tend. Many parents ..haye. been. community friends;: an.pations'to i
: SLIGHTLY. HIGHER \unable' to accompany the girls'' the annual Cliristmay pim; at .. ;
: ; been i 11:30 a- m, ,'Fit., "Dec., 16; at, .theschool !
after dark so then hoar/has *' ... I E
I 12"-18" LITTLE RED .- wwnlt.a =3 !
FREE-ONE' 'ctmve nce. We
Changed for-your:
hope a large group will now At: : '...Hampton. Train'ng School will I
." ":7 r' "i'-'ma'!I pirty. on Friday -
tend. The troop is open for new VICTOR
Dec. 16, starting at 11 a. m. RCA
CEDAR-READY TO PLANT WITH members; Girls from 10 to 16 a rettcordin to report z
;:; a from Principal -
ttle.-lItrs. E, J, Give'ns. Advisor
I M.Taylor.. All patrons jin .
EACH, CHRISTMAS and reporter.' Key'st' Heights'and"( Hamptonv / The WAYFARER
ait. Nebo Baptist 'Church, Re are invited to attend.The'guest .

PURCHASED G. B. Burgrnan; held :.regular services speakerwill be little Brenda Tay- @@ @ MODEL NO. 171A032i :

last Sunday;with high spirit t or.,,fourth grade pupil at Shell ,
!all day. Sunday. S-iiool was conducted Elementary School Hawthorne .

DON CHAMPION'S NURSERY by Supt. Ruth Sanders, The principal 'is grateful for your tub (ever-all diagonal fla )
music ,was furnished by the choir patronage and support during SEE All THE THRILLS'r. Hi THE C3LG1 IT'S. 156.iquare inch viewable picture ,, '
under the direction of Mrs. Ruby I960.-:Mellonease Taylor. j THE 8EXTKST THINS TO A SEAT AT,THE fARLt, I'SPORTABOUT"'YV' '
) ,PHONE WO 4.7285 Fisher'and Mrs. E'izabeth"Wright. Christinas Pageant taied I
1; 4(0( ttiort St. Starke,. Fla.f' Don't forget .our sick! and shut in rhe.arirmal RJE Christmas program ttewftwefMCteA TwoSdsaOaePecelaaCodtxaadfsodc cmdRCAI.oft9P.aftge .4Y1; BIG SET QUALITY! /.

members as we, approach the will be held Sunday at 5 Ub ;
t .= Chri>"mas !sea$n. Bro. John in..In the cafetorium with a.can-p. SiIIIpIifiecI hCoEor Qulde't Ial ...EvenaChldtootmd l ..f BIG SET PERFORMANCE! '.:/

p '-' Clark..:Sis. Janie Mitchell, and 'dle-light ;(setting. The play will \.: J&gdobAdcaLleWilbFamcus'\"ecuWizarcS"Iemcto; Handsome, Two-Tone Styling "':',

ft Bro. James :Robinson ''who is i A include the following characters: ) r- Stay-Set Volume Control :-t

the. Veteran's: Hospital in Lake Debris Jenkins Mae Retha II Super Signal Guide Tuner .
I City Dt's shower them with gifts. Wanton. .Sandra Ling: William : .

A smell part of our blessing tha*, Pierce.. J;. Robert Wade, Robert New Wgh-ETidency! Chassis. .

roes wi>h lifehE'91tb and Clark, Leroy Moore. Betty Crum, ,.,,a, 'Fashion-finished Back rI
strength. Eula Mae Robinson, re- Joseph Britt, Robert Ellerson. \I IT

orter.- "Vanklin Richardson and the ,

Bethlehem Freewill Bapt!sthorns' under the direction or I Ic :

Church! Rev. L. McKay pastor, Mrs. W. Morris. "Seeing The, ( j $$15888 '

I will hold Sunday School at 'theil'lual llr'-Is being db e ted by Mrs. F. T.

I hour with Supt. in 'charge.ervices :. Pirce' There is na: admission.I I' t ;
were high all day las The program will resin promptly

Sunday with merges from the> "It 5 p.. m. Sunday, Dec. 11. Pro- t'

astor and good music by the 'ogue will be given bv Sonja Williams '." ,, e l
t t -hoir. You are always welcome to ninth grain: student and > E
NEXT Mi:> 'RJE 195&-59: : I .
ir church. -Mary McBride re- s of rincipal 1 ..

porter. 'ddie Thomokins extends a cor. 1 ._ '. t

L + I 15o Church of God In Christ t, iial invitation to all patronswurityicide. ,3'6IIIWa UXAND I Coler Medel-,, f.' ..

Elder Ran pastor held regular '; t Handsome ne { =--< a
services all day Sunday starting Teachers Meeting "- Table Model in frttraetive _. r .

: S3 s e with Sunday School at 9:45: with The Bradford County Teachers featured J!;*ronsl finish. ;
Dea. Hall in charge: 11 a. nt 'Association will met at RJE on Breathtakingfy realistic ::231w J'g : ..
Friday, Dec. 9, at 1 p. 'm.. President ONERtVII
sermon bv the pastor 6 p. m- "living Color" television ONLY DIAti 1
YPWW All youth of church and Joseph D. Greene in charge[ ,extra-value and $49500with
community are urged to attend All professional due must .be quality 8t1: :
performance featuring: at a RCi11R>; -_ ,
this service. Mother Lizzie reported,at >this meeting. The so
budget ;
Hall extends special Invitation fial committee ms planned a price. --- I

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ill persons; ,in the community to party '
visit this friendly church by the committees are expected to make : ,.. -

side of the road. At 7 p. m. each reports at this meeting. .tc = t

Cities Service Tuesday the 'Bible Band holds a Inderson Jr. HL MODERN -
} meeting: 7 p. m. Thursday Missionary The regular meeting, of the; ;
; Society meeting. .Mrs. PTA-Hbbby Club was' held on '' 4M tltlatll"1L .

5.D Clara B. Sanders, reporter.., Tuesday night with President t L\ dassltlat .

t. SUPER 1 Thurston SchoolThe Linwood Crawford presiding. All TV RADIO -.STERO
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president, Mrs. LbuiZaBro'Wtl members were thanked for the
t. asks all patrons to attend ooperation given in 1960 but ES .

J :. How reuturag it I< to bow' t whatever the distanc: a meeting of the PTA; Mon. Dec. asked to add more members and SERVICE' .._ i J /
12.. 7 p.. m. Please be present and power for 1961. All Christmas DEPARTMENT
i 'to the service itttion your make it with plenty of 1
next held
) bn .time $I.business of[:1mportancemust parties and programs will be i
,fuel to spare using_ .Cities Service Super 5-D I New Super be transacted. The meeting on 'rn Dec" ; 18. 1960 between .

} 5-D it the longest mileage gasolene you can buy..Ml. will.not lash more than one hour.' o. m. and 3 p. m. Mrs. D. K: Richardson .

only because of iti new tuper octane, but also bectuM This will be, the last meeting for ,' reporter- C; C. Anderson. ;

i- 'it actually contains the best of every other aiolene im; i960. M. Aaron, secretary;! L.:! tyinetcal.t f'MOST j

provement yet made or known! A tankful of Super 5-D! Rf'ow 1presideont; H. Bryant Chris mas Vacation I ,._ ,I TRUSTED NAME IN TELEVISION"!

t is 11tnkful of confidence t Come in and try it d \\'tfk.1] |rw urer:' S- C. Price principal- Paren. are asked to observetie .
f pftcner- During the Thanksgiving following dates for the
treekrod Principal Price! visited, Chrishna vacation: Frt. Dec. 16. ,'.I

J relatives. and friends inK Durham, 3 p. m.. 1960 to Toes Jan. '3, 8J5a .;
'i : SILCOXCITIES .C. and Richmond, Va. Her son m. 1961. Please take good care i

.ftoscoer Ss Vbio-chemist in charge i of oar children,'and: send them Shepherd Radio &
of X-ray Laboratory at Duke Uni back tri us Tuesday after New

vemU'blle'1U& wife Is an R.-'"N. Tears*. Day. ,_ i

i f & SERVICE at Lincoln Hospital. .anothera "sons THE RIGHT POINT'' fW Hie ,
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I '705, Temple Ave _Starke, Fla.. teacher University.! in, Silvia Lafayette'Maridean Co. Thueare.Just is,- Iff l way t,yonr yon write.farorile',,Cewe ESTEEBSOOXFoonUla H sans tel ., -, Phone WO 4-6901 412 E. Call Street 1.

t a few- -Prillclpal Prices'. Pen. TELEGSAPB .

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Methodist Church clock in the afternoon, on said day',ceive sealed bids 'until '1000- >-a.-m.-and -' -' --(*. \t\
Kingsley Lake Revival I at the East door of the Court House appurtenances therto belonging < file and may be examined 18 ''the
on Tuesday January 3. for"Reroofnsg I
in Bradford (situate in Bradford County, Florida; (office of the City Clerk. All
I I County Florida. I will persons -
Schedule for week of Dec. 11: f offer for sale and bell tj the high- the Bradford County ', At the South front door of Brad- I[( Interested are notified to be ,|
Sunday [World Wide Bible Revival services will be held at est bidder for cash, in hand the a- Health Church Street Department Starke Building", 313 (: ford County Court Houso. to the ,I prevent at said time and place and \
CHURCH bote described i Florida at highest and best bidder for cai-li hey: shall be heard. :
NEWS Sunday Church School 9:45 Kingsley Lake Baptist Church property of said de- which time all bids a ill be publicly I |
I ;: fendant, to satisfy said execution.P. : beginning at 12:00: o'clock noon on Dated this ,@th'dI1YOfDecem1kr. ft
a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Monday Dec. 12,. through Sunday D. Reddish opened and read. i December" 1>. 1960. A deposit of A, D. 1960. I,
Sheriff, Bradford' Bidders may secure specifications I I $;JOO,00 cash Is required on the/ (S) J.: :D. Doyle '
Snack for Dec. 18, at 7:30 night County ,
MYF 6 each j'
p. m. Youth By Jean Wainwright, D. S. for the above work from the office JMicceraful! bid, and the bidder mUlti Chairman. City Council" <
Meetings 6:30: p. m. Youth Choir Rev. Pat Wimberly Sr. will be ,the ,, : 124t l-29 of the Clerk of Circuit Court. Drad- ]'' complete payment of his bid \\itb- Attest: [
ford County. 'in 10 days. (S) Merrill -
rehearsal evangelist, I
7 p. m. Evening Wor- Circuit Court Bradfard The Board re>erves the right to :, .\. J. THOMAS. "JR.SPECHL. CUr) Clerk I
,At The Tabernacle HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH ship, 7:30 p. m. "' Florida -- County reject all bids or to waive Informalities -,, MASTER J *: It 2-9:! I IO
I Sunday I Tuesday .- Guild No. 1 will '' CHURCH Bluejet Corporation, Plaintiff vs.I and to accept the bid, that [ Holis V. Kni {ht? \
Sunday School 10 HAMPTON D. L Thomas and Clarence .Moon may be to their best Interests. I 'arke. Florida :\ TICK F SUE \
In carrying out the program a. m-. Morning mesage 11 a. m. have a supper meeting at the ,I BAPTIST individually and as co-partners, d- //of home of b-a Bradford The Board Of Countv Commissioners J 12-5 2t 12-15 The City 'pf Starke will reeetyebids \
the Missionary service held Training Union 7 Mrs. Paul Bridges, 7 p. Saw and, Equipment
p. m. Evening Bradford County, Florida.
I Sunday Services *- Sunday Company Defendant. I I. I|I on the following* heating e Saturday night at the Gospel message 8 p. m. ,I m. Mrs. M. W, Cressler and Mrs. School 10 a. m. Morning XOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE 1 Bv Charles A. Darby i I \OTICB j I until ,a p m. Tuesday, Dee. '2Q: \
Worship '
,Tabernacle the appointments Monday Bible Joy Club '4 C. H Nasworthy, co-hostesses. Notice I Is hereby given that I. P. Clerk Notice r. Hereby: Given that on ;I. Two Pre-Way oil circulating I
11 a. m. Training Union. 6:30: p- D. Reddish, Sheriff of Bradford 122t 12-15:: Tuendav Januarv :S. 1\I1a.\ 1 at 7:00 j I\ heaters, with pipe and Jan
featured the manger, the cross, b5p.m. Guild No. 2 meets at the homeof m. Evening Worship 7:30: County Florida under and by virtue 'I PM.", the City Council will held a I Inublic I blower: 70000 BTU each; 3 t\\. ,
and the crown. These were emphasized Wednesday Prayer Meeting Mrs. Jimmy Rowe 8 p. m. p. m. of a writ of Execution hereto- la The Circuit Court Of Bradford hearing in the Council Chain- ]I I wide, a w ft. talL Approx. 4 years t
: Circle 4 will meet with Prayer Meeting Wednesday 8 p. fore Issued out of Circuit Court, County. Florida la fhaaeerycase hen at City Hall. Starke. Florid. old A-1 condition May be seen:fat
Mrs. Fred
in the songs and readings 7:30 p. m. Choir Practice 8:30p. : Bradford County In the above ... 12-871 upon a petition to amend Section j CitytXt! between 1:30 a. m. &d r
presented in the program. A m- Pastor: Samuel S. Cuth- Snell, 8 p. m.Wednesday. styled cause I have levied upon the Roy Duggins Plaintiff vs Elizabeth "+; -s of The" Code of Ordinances of, 5 p. n}. daily Xo bid accepted for.
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH following property to-wit: Deitx. et al.. Defendants. The City of Starke. Florida entitled Bees| than $$0 each. \
Christmas story, read by 'Mrs.Puigley : Prayer Meetingand
Lawtey B .T. Thomas Lumber Company. NOTICE OF SALE "Zoning-Districts or Zones Named I Also one, IO .gallon tank. No bid
was. an interesting part PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Bible study 7:30: p. m. 40 acres 13-6S-25E:: Xotice is hereby given that pursuant and Decimated", pursuant to Application acepted for less than $30. '. ,_
.of the meeting.After ,' CHURCH Thursday Chancel Choir re- A. E. Massey Pastor SW. of SE'4 section 13 town- I to the Decree of Foreclosurein ) for Rezoninsr Number 2-60, ifwrill Edwards Clerk '.".
,. ship 6 South Range 22 East. the above entitled cause, the undersigned to designate" that portion of the fol10wi.g City of "Starke, Fla. /*;
the practice of the Sunday School. it a. m.; Horn hearsal' 7:30: p .m. Sub-District Bible school W ra. j I. ,Aa the property of the above Special' Master" by said territory in the City of I 1S-8 2 t 12-15
Christmas program, the group Ing Worship, Ji a. m.; Evangelistic MYF meets at Worthington Preaching, 11 a. m. | nam"d defendant, and that on the I decree aopointed. will sell the following Starke, to-witCommencing- I -- 'j
Evening Service 7:30 :2: day of Jan 1961. between the described property, to-wit: at Southwest Corner ; !\OTU K OF 1>TE>TIOV TO V
was invited by the sponsor to the services. tiM v. m. Springs ,7:30 p. m. Meet at the p m. tetra hours of sale namely eleven From th of the intersectionof of Madison and Myrtle Streets and ,' REGISTER FICTITIOVS NAME.
chapel annex where refreshments "Come, let us reason together." church at 7 p. m. for transpOr- Bible Study and Prayer Meeting o'clock In the forenoon and two o'- I the pone of EH of SWi ran South 420( feet West 219 feet Notice III hereby given thattlie
tation. 7:30 pm., Wednesday. clock In the afternoon on said day of xwn of Sec. 19. Twp. 6 S, r. Xorth 4A feet East 210 feet" to I undersigned under the provisions
of cake and hot chocolate were at the East door of the CourtHouse 22 E. with the East boundary of Point of Beginning except right- of Chapter 20,953. Laws of Florld'tl '.
served, and choruses sung by the St. Mark' Eoi cnDalR in Bradford County. Florida, State Road 200( run Northeasterly of-way. and commencing at Southwest ..\( of 1941; will register with the I
HAMPTON \ St. Edward's Catholic Chnicb I will offer for sale and sell to the along the East boundary of said I I Corner of Mad i young people. T. RaTrrwnrl MarBIata Starke highest bidder for cash, in hand !State Road 200 for a distance of j I iStreets running West 21fi feet, for Bradford County, Florida, upon
CHRISTIAN CHURCH Florida the above described property o(, 200 feet to a Point Of Bpcrlnnmsr, 'South 210 feet to Point of Pvginning 1 receipt of proof of publication of
HIGHLAND Sunday Services-9:45 ajn., Carl Clarke, Minister Sunday Mass at 10 a.'m said defendant, to satisfy said exe? thence run Northeasterly along the then West 210 feet. South 210 this notice, the fictitious name of
Church School; 11:00: ajn. Morn Holyday Masses at 8:30 Fast boundary of said State Road feet. East: 210( feet. North 210 feet Court Shoe Repair, under which 'I
BAPTIST CHURCH tor Prayer and Sennoiu SUNDAY SERVICES : a.' m. '& cutlon.P. D. Reddish 2 no for a distance of 100 feet thencerun to Point of Beginning, except rightofwav. am engaged In business at 128 ,,..
Sunday School ":45 a. m 5:30: p. m.Weekday. Sheriff, Bradford CountyPy Ra t"rlv 48S.<>0 feet to a point Conrt St., Starke. Florida.
tfMoming and Holy Communion-Fi l Sun 10:00: ajn. Bible School Mass at 8:00: a. m. :- Jean Wainwright D S :rno feet North of the South line of which Is presently" designated "R- Edward -'Hall. P. O. Box 1109,
Worship ::i a. m. day, 11:00: a.m.; Third Sunday. n:00 I 12-8 4t 12-29! the WH of :SEH; of XTYU of said 1 Single! Duplex or two family and Starke. Florida, sole owner
7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting each 7:30 jn. Worship & Communion Confessions: Saturday 7 too 8 --..- Section!: thence run South 100 feet{three" family residences" to be: a "C Dated ,this 7th dn of December.
Wednesday. 7:30 p. m. Rev. a.m. m, I CALL FOIl BIDS Sf thence run Weateriv KOJ,!7 feet to Commercial" District within the lA!' rt. mo! at Starke, Bradford
Wednesday-7:00 p.m. Choir 7:30 p.m. Evening WorshipWEDNESDAY The Poard of County Commissioners I the point of beginning together j meaningof such Zoning Ordinance. i 1 County. Florida '
;George Chism' pastor. Everybody Practice: 7:4R: : pJDU Litany and marriages!! and Instructions of Bradford County j mill: re- with its tenements, hereditaments (Copies of such petition are" on 1S-8 4t 12-29.
welcome 7:30 PJf. by appointment s l
Bible Study. -
BETHEL MISSIONARY Prayer Service and Bible Study


Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning NEW RIVER Sunday School. 10 a. -m. Morn-

Worship 11 a. m. Training g ng Sunday Worship School 11 9:45 a.m.aja.Evening Morn ,BAPTIST CHUBCB ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training THE CHURCH FOR ALL. ALL FOR THE CHURCH

Union 6:30 'p. Evening SerVice Union, 6:30: p. ,m. Evening Wor-
: m. 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Sunday School. 10 a. m. Wor-

8 p. m. Prayer Meeting each each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone fillip Hour, 11 a. m. Evening> Servo ship, 7:30: p. m. '

Wednesday 8 p.: m. Everyone wet welcome.-Key. H. H. Mot L **:. \ p. m. Prayer Meeting eaa .. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, .;

come.-Rev R. I> Lee, pastor. pastor. Nednesday, 7:80: p.m. 7.30 p. mPastor NEW HORIZONS

.. Rev. Barney Sweat. i .

Everyone Welcome.MADISON ; '': ;


900, Block W. Madison St. l f

Sunlay School 9:45: Jim Lawson -


Morning Worship 11:00.: I

Training Union 6:15: Jim Har .

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Sunday: Bible classes, 10 a. m.;+ ":..wu.
Assembly Worship with the Lord's .hr '

Supper 11 a.m.: Evening Assemb

iy Worship, 6:30: p.m. :
Tuesday, Ladies. Bible class 7 <.:

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'Wednesday, Bible classes, 7:30 ,
p.m. Bill Simmons preacher.

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Sunday School 10 a. 'ra. PreachIng 'a

11 a. m.'Training Union 6:30p. :

m. Preaching 7:3 p. m. Prayer 1

b Meeting Wrfr sdaw 1:30 p. m ,x.

Wednesday. Bible study: ',7>3<- .

p.m. Jos. E. Norman .
pastor. a '
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FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCHCor. The Church !is die greeted factor ell ''

Call & Berth for the building .f chlnclcr ti ..
Former List Christian Streets -,. ... '
Bob L.. Badcett. Minister good} citiicnship.: It u I'storehouse ef "-
spiritual iluti.\Vilt>oul ilronj Cfcurck.
Price Sunday School 9:45: a. m.,Worship :. .- .. neither democracy nor cuiluilioa eunrhc. .., When does "" ,.
a baby start to think? ,
and Communion.: 10:45 a. m. There are four sound teawuvKy .""10 Y ,
$129.48 1 New! Chi Rho. 5 p.' m..Choir Practice, : : ".- every perio should" alleaj wrvicnftulirljr Nobody knows exactly. But thoughts do.come by .'' 'i

6p.m.CYF,7p.m. and support !Ae Church. They association. Baby eagerly responds to the sight of 4 1

o 'SMITH-CDRDNA Wednesday; '7:30: p. m. New are (I) For hi> own ute. ((2)) For his bottle because experience has proven that tie bottlt y
children iii e. ((3)) For the tate of Mloammilf
Training for, B rvlce.. offers both satisfaction and comfort. ,
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STERLINGpwtaU .f the Church itself which' Kd hU Because baby does I learn by association, !it is important ,
AIR PARE BAPTIST CHURCH moral) awl material ,. that take .'. ";
support Pl lo p parents care to enlarge their childrcns ; ,
:...... toft GOT m Big .&. frpmfcr fca ito i-" 1
NO W > Sunday School 9:45: a. m.: Morning chunJi regular); aid read your Bible horizons as they grow. A small child ,
.tar** LOW COST. tofMt for .(...... Mwfa .hyrw.CradM .J.iI,. very will respond: ,
.....TlM SMMhCMww StarihatnwmlM'f."... Worship 11, a. m. Training + to a simple prayer. And a child of three will find ereslj "..
_rittr g. nalt 4 to tab HM. kAmniwk' Ml.(ICMM I Y11' Union 6:45: p. m. :r :: Da1 Book Chaptff v- enjoyment in attending Church School geared for' ,

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d -, J MRS. REDDISH THANKSLAWTEY Moaday Reveladoa ItIS 1.14 ""
Tuesday R..latioD 1-17 instruction and guidance i is not for iht \' of?
Wednesday 1 Kings :t6 29 mature only-it is needed regularly )ky everyone. Th.- .

1. wish'to' Tlunday I Kings 17 17 spiritual life
ofyour child needs T
express my deep ap- IS 16 constant cultivation.,
preciation to the people of Law- Fndar, t Kings 18 lfbt just as the mind ,needs day by day development 'J1'1- ::'.a : I
Saturday 1 Kings U i ';: ', '
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tey for the splendid vote given i I 1. 1 the physical body needs exercise and training. :' I
94.50 me in '
Only- the town election of Dec, I
Plus 6. I feel that this was a vote of I i
N Cayri/hh,i9S1.Quare u.,s..u,Saabar6 V. !
Tax confidence .in my services as your .. ra ,
city clerk, and I would like to 'k,' --q ; .' J

thank each one .. ," ,
individually. Y' : ;f .Yrz.'H: i"t : .tt:: ut/ ,((:::: ';L :/ .:.:

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Fountain Pan. TELEGRAPH.Clrcull ..,y-:,:.;..". ..-: 'ii,i ,i'. -. .
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RA Florida I Cart, Bradford ('oall'", JOHN ,- .
# Bluejet Corporation Plaintiff vs. GASOLINE GREASE [;>:" "
D. L. *
Thomas and Clarence Moon, ,
b-a individually Pradford and Saw as co-partners& Equipment, d- FUEL OIL DISTRIBUTOR FOB KEROSENE !' ; II

Company Defendant. '
Notice Is hereby given that I, P. : .
D. Reddish, Sheriff t I
of Bradford : ':
County, Florida ,under and SPIRITS .,
by 'virtue fi
of a writ of Execution hereto -. :!..- .
Brand fore issued out of Circuit i' .... '
Court. ,
Clipp Bradford County, in '' ;
er 84.50 styled cause, I have levied theabove upon the FIRESTONE TIRES -4-; INSECTICIDES'F.:' ,
New followingproperty, to-wit: I : 'J. .
Lots, 5 thru 10. block 5, E. W. :' ;P";;::"
Hayes Sub-div. and the East *.. of FOR '
FULL SIZE PORTABLEBUT Magnolia Street adj. and ex R-R KEROSENE OR FUEL OILMadison :
WITHOUT As the property of the I ': ,
TABULATO above ,
Plus TaaCHANCE named defendant and that on the and Cherry 'St. PHONE WO 9-2011 f -,. Slarke FU.-., ,

V day of January, 19(1. between the .. .. 't t,.,
legal hours of tale, namely eleven r -
o'clock In the forenoon and two o' .. I
clock in tha afternoon. on said day
at the East door of
Court I

OF A LIFETIMEOther E I the House highest will above offer in bidder Bradford for described for gate) County.cash and property.sell in Florida to band the of, ',GUY ANDREWS WESTERN AUTO SMITTY'S

said defendant to satisfy said execution. Real Estate Associate
I Store Barber Shop
P. D. Reddish '
Sheriff' ,Bradford County
Ey Jean Wainwright D. S. if'
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('..,t.-Bradford, Coast,. GEM"TERWILLEGAR
Portables As Low As Florida Denmark Furniture Co. '
78.49 ,
plus t tax Florida Industrial! Commission, -
Plaintiff, vs.
fendant. Ronald, M. Griffis, De- I JEWELRY MOTORS ?

Notice is hereby given that L P. N. L. WOODBURN j Your Authorized Fcrd DealerEDWARDS' I
D. Reddish, Sheriff of Bradford
County Florida, under and br virtue I
of a writ of
BRADFORD COUNTY fore issued out of Circuit Court,
TELEGRAPH Bradford County. In the above

following styled cause.property I have, levied to-wit:upon the GIB BROWN'S Bradford County

Lot 39 and 41 on Cypress .
of Cry

Remington and Smith Corona Dealers eta As Lake the Homesttes.property of the above :I Grocery and Market'1 Service Station Telegraph*

named defendant and that o%.the i ,
day of Jan. 1M1. between be mi j.
legal hours of sale, namely.eleven1: ,; ==
o'clock in the forenoon aDd two.*.- .=

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