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 15, 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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j r Still Incomplete l REDUCTION SEENPower I Census Report

, $$6,000,000 Prison Rates Okay Gives Starke

.t i I Addition Dedicated Council DeterminesStarke's Big Increase

j. Florida State Prison's still in- ,''ber of prisoners to be h ur the interior Advance reports on the 1960

complete $6,000.000 of the building. making it
maximum se- Federal census give Starke
a current -
I L: cuiity cell block, on the Brad-I:inconvenient for public inspection. I
< electrical and utilities cided long ago to make the power is to confer with each councilman population of 4.806. repre-
ford County side of New River ;,, The new building cannot be put
? rates are not exorbitant the City plant the town's major source of to obtain her information. senting a 62.7 cent gain
per over950's
was dedicated in ceremonies held: :; into operation until after the 1961
Council, decided Tuesday night in income." Mrs. Johns said: "AndI Demand Meters
.9 at 2 p. m. Thursday at the new i;I Legislature appropriates operating nose-count of 3,944.
a special called meeting for the think the council should makean Irvin Robbins proprietor of
prison site. funds. Supt. Sinclair estimate The county.at'.large'showe4
.T expressed purpose of solving this effort to get that across: to the Robins Department Store on East a
Gov. LeRoy Collins headed the I that will necessitatethe
the new unit
much discussed problem.In public." The city's 15 mill tax : Call Street, appeared before the much smaller percentage of In.I' .-
list of dignitaries on hand for hiring of 73 additional: men
I short the council came to rate is low compared to other council to protest the installationof crease. gaining only 7.9 per cent
r festivities which started with a | at the prison. The total number .
the conclusion that its power towns, she said. the proposed demand meters from 1950's' 11,457 to the I860
barbecue luncheon at noon. Gov- I needed to operate the new facility -
; rates were not too high and that City Clerk Merrill Edwards again which, city officials have stated total! of 12,446.
ernor-elect Farris Bryant Com- is around 150. ;
they would prove this to the people pointed out that what the would increase commercial power
missioner-elect of Agriculture Cochran described the new unitas Starke's faster
gain than the
by explaining the facts to the 1: public calls a "light" bill is act- rates. Robbins stated that the
Doyle Conner, Secretary of State- "the,start of modern prison '
I public via the newspaper and i i ually much more than that. When council "knew the situation of county as a whole reflects the!:
elect Adams, State Senator system in Florida. He said thereis
I ICharley r aio. I!la city customer pays his "light" Starke businessmen at present national trend from rural to urban -
E.Johns Bradford County "nothing like it in tha" coun- I .
S Calling All Kiddies! \Representative A. J. Thomas, Jr., try." and pointed out such modern',. "I have explained to a numberof bill. Edwards said, he actually and that power rates are scaringoff living, and also an extension
people just what they pay for pays his electric bill his water prospective industries
now. of the
and Union Representative C. A. ; features as closed circuit television city' limits several years
,when they pay, their socalledlight' bill his gas bill, a utility tax and. Bradford County Hosoita. Board '
: Roberts were the plat- intercom system and
among an ago.
bill; Councilman Ruby a sewer service charge. ; members R. E. Edmondson andS.
From now until Christmas, each night in the week form guests. I monitoring of cells, which will be The 1960
Johns, stated, "And there have 1 Mrs. Johns also suggested mailing !! E. Sparks also appeared to population of other
H. G. Cochran Director of the' installed.
't been very few who were not satis- i each customer! a letter explaining seek further cooperation from the incorporated towns in the county '
: Florida Division of Correction, 1,208 individual
Old Santa will be on the phone Containing fied with the explanation. exactly what services city in seeking the cause of the was shown as: ,Lawtey. 623;
I served as master of ceremonies cells the new building will relieve '
"The public is going to have to they pay for each month. variations in the city's current
for the program which included, to a large degree the overcrowding Hampton 340; and ,Brooker. ,282.
So all his young frjends, who are able to speak I remarks by Secretary of State in the old cell block. Cochran pay to run the city one way or I i Council ended: the power rate which disturbs the operation of Nearby Keystone Heights was
I another, whether it's through a (discussion by appointing Mrs. several delicate machines used in
I i R. A. Gray, a respo.ise by Prison :noted, that. around 3.000 men are credited with a 1960
reduced utilities population
and higher ,Johns to gather facts to use in the the hospital.Mrs. .
Can make all their., wishes known! Superintendent DeWitt Sinclair, currently jammed into facilities
millage or vice-versa. as is pre- city's proposed publicity cam- Ruby Johns assured the of 655 and Waldo! ,showed a total
and music by the prison band and designed to house some 1,400 in- .
!orchestra. mates. sently being done," the lady paign, to be initiated the first two representatives that the city of 735. .. '

councilman stated. "It was de- week after Christmas Mrs. Johns' "wants to do all it can." Light
-A- Guests attending' the affair Under present conditions, from I Plant Superintendent Riley Was- County Loses ,

were given conducted tours 16 to 18 men are confined in sin- Neighboring .Union County
din said the only variation he
through the new building. gle cells, he said, and no major showed a net l Joss ,of 25
Santa will have his line open to receive calls each knew of in the city's current wasa per cent,
l Although the structure is still in
have been made
week night, from 6 to 8 p.m., until Christmas. The I several months from completion. living improvements conditions for Inmates: very slight one caused when from 8,906 in 1950 ,to 6.043 in

fun will start call the generating turbines cut on 1960. This decline is largely diceto
tonight (Thursday) so get your i Cochrane said it was dedicated at since 1913.
in early! this time because construction f$ > and off. moving a number of inmates
The closed circuit television and Edmondson:! said the city's volt.. from the Ralford State Prison to
for increasing num-
plancJl an
This direct line to Santa's headquarters at the North intercom system will allow guardsin age supply is both adequate and other new prisons elsewhere In

Pole has been arranged by the City Recreation Depart- the control room to watch and steady. But he said there are the state. The prison populationis

ment through the cooperation of the Starke i Bradford Farms hear whoever is coming down the some variations in the Dower sup- credited to Union County at
phone 832-foot-long ; For fast
\ t I ply which are greatly magnifiedby present, but will shift largely; to
Co. -J
transportation down the corridor, the hospital's delicate ma- Bradford with}
t the completion, of
\. the guard captain will use an chines. The two machines

On Decline Says concerned the new cell block in this county

Just, Dial Vf04-2231 : electrified cart. ( he said, are the x-ray next year. .

The building contains four din- and the spectro-photometer,
rn''kz Although the county-at-large
Census ing halls for.inmates, and one for u: 2 which measures the density of last Lake
f! Ag Report free 'personnel as well as, 'other fluids. showed, Butler, the, cqunjy; teat,
24.7 '
a peroen; f'aja.:from
Signatures Sought f facilities to provide"necessities.: : The council decided to call .in ,040 in 1950 to 1,311. In_ I860._

The 1959 Census of Agriculture, An electrified fence system: Reynolds, Smith and Hill its engineering l\lae kim T -

conducted last fall such as. now surrounds the'' old firm from Jacksonville, Tbrlflat*
,- listed 472 ,'
_J Macclenny county aett"of
Bradford Tourist Group Initiates farms in Bradford County, according compound, will be built around -J to :survey the situation and find .neighboring Baker,,was the: f atst -

to a preliminary report the new unit, "witJi J guard towers a way to correct it. ,
growing town this
: Jn tmme-
just issued by the Bureau of:Census at each ot.the,.four corBers. NafiOnaIGuard Oath AdministeredTo .. Sewer, Paving Project ;

k; Action To: Seek Liquor Election* merce., U. S. Departiaeni-of*, Com The planned new .building as the first was', phase originally of in: Its.final voted.act to of complete the-rdghkthecouncil the }dlate'areaY Hp: er cent-halk.IPLu2 galn 1 n J1re ah past Ealy.'de;

cadet from 1,177 in 1950"W t '11
Total land in farms was listed three-phase. $20 mi lion''p'1Son. Three Bradford High 'Seniors paving of Pratt Street. from Or- in 1960. ..

A notice of intention to circulate a representative of its legal control as 62,898 acres, with the average Cochran said, but 'these -plans ange Street to Saratoga Heights,

a petition calling for a wet- tommittee, which is composed I size of farms 133.3 acres. Average have been altered so that an,administration I and to install, a sewer line on the Baker County-at'18.-large also

dry election in Bradford County of motel and restaurant owners value! of farms [land and build- building chapel and Lt. Drew F. Reddish, Executive the same school 'that is offered north side of East Call Street showed increase;a from healthy ? per' cent
1 : 6,313 In 1950' to'
has been filed in the office of the and other business men. ings] was shown at 16093. industries building, are foreseen Officer, of Co. C, 748th Ordnance J full time Army personnel. from Alligator Creek eastward. 7,263 in 1960. '

clerk of the circuit court by the Kopelousos said that 5,300 let- The 1959 census revealed a con- as the only additional units to be Bn., Starke National Guard unit, Veterans Both projects will cost a total of

North Florida Tourist Association ters containing petition ballots to ,tinued decline in the number of built on the'Bradford County site.j is shown, administering the oath recently enlisting were around $10,000, Clerk Edwards Clay County Sports
be' I SP4 Ernest D. Carlton and Tom- Clay County reversed the national -
The notice was filed at 9:58: a signed and returned to the Bradford farms over the past 15 "This will wind up the building of enlistment to Bradford High stated. '

m. Monday by John Kopelousos, :!i association were mailed out. years. The 1945 census showed here, and' will keep the numberof School l seniors Jack R. Wynn Ellis I my F.. Griffis. The East Call Street sewer project percentage trend of by increase showing in a'greater county

president of the association and I{i Florida law requires that 25 per 854 farms in the county; 1950 reported -' prisoners at Ralford at around E. Coleman, and James F. Fender. -I "Training in an ordnance unit and the paving of Prrtt have
POPulation than in urban growth
t cent of the county's registered 768; and 1955, 617. 3,000 considered the desirable Another senior, Julian Green offers opportunities that no other been, two of the city's long"standing I, waS,.'

Land Sales j, : voters sign the petition within 120 Total acreage in farms 'ikewise number for best handling. Coc- [not pictured], was enlisted on unit offers" commented unit and most pressing problems tounty-at-large. Clay's gain
.1 35.8 per cent, from 14,323 in 1951
days after it is, first circulated. showed a steady decline over the hran'sald. the same date, Nov. 20. They were Commander R. F. Chitt .. "We Councilman Ruby Johns in-' Cove
to 19,535 1960. Green
'This would require that approximately 15-year period as follows 1945- among a number of veterans and have instruction and on-the-job said, when asked by Councilman
Plans being developed how-
are Springs, the county seat, showed
1,500 Bradford County,87,044 acres; 1950-80.971; 1955- high school seniors recently en- training in repairing vehicle Wayne Douglas, that funds previously ,
, for center and
Total ever, a reception modest rate of.
$$72,500 a more growth >,
voters sign the petition I Pratt
Super- to the
motors and other allocated
77.094 r: 1960-62.898. hospital on the site. of the old listed in the company. repairs, welding, 28.2 per cent, from 3.291 In 1950to
visor of
Registration Marian I been
Although total Acreage has declined Lake Butler airport, Cochran de- 'The seniors may attend trade machinist work supply, and office Street job had of a necessity 4,233 In 1960.

Since 9 Crosby stated. :I the average size of farms I clared. Moving these facilities a- schools [such as mechanics, auto work as well as other training." rechanneled into the project on The fast out-of-town growth in
Mrs. all
also said
Noy. Crosby that I j.I lin the county has increased, as follows way from the prison proper is in body repair, radio, welding and In addition to the training op- North Temple Avenue. Clay is attributed largely to the
names signed on the will -
I : 1945101.9 acres; 1950 keeping with recommended penal metal working, cooks, clerks, etc.] portunities, Guardsmen receive ; Councilman Carl L. Johns proposed Naval Station installation 'arid.

be verified against the countylist I 105.4; 1955-124.9; 1960133.3.. practice, he exP1ained.Homestead just 'the same as ,regular Army the same rate of.pay for the days I a plan where-by the council ) be halted soon by curtail "
Bradford County land trans- of registered voters liled in I with its fiscal may
: Average value'of individual ,personnel, according to Lt. Fred they train as do members of the would confer abandonment
I ment. or possible ,
actions since November total the clerk's office. Any name not has got to
farms has also Increased markedly I have agent to decide "what
service. also
: Snell, training officer, They serve regular They ;
$72.500 according to deeds filed signed exactly as it is on the Exemption to do of the unitFlorida
done and the best way
: 1945-$2,489; 1950-$4,916; for six months' active duty after I the use of facilities at Camp Growth Rapid
In the office of the clerk of the voter's registration list will be
it" Johns proposed a long range
11955-$9.325; 1960-$16.093. RequirementsBradford they graduate next summer, and Blanding for hunting, fishing, Florida's 1960 population is list
circuit court. thrown
out. Of the county's present farm then spend the-remainder of their swimming, and the Enlisted Men's posed a plan whereby the coun- ed at 4,951,560a smashing increase

Only transactions of $1.000 or State law also requires that operators 423 own their farms, County home owners time with the local unit in com- Club.. [Continued On Pare Six] of 78.7 cent ;over 19505

more are mentioned here. Prices the county commissioners call a i 30 own part of the land and rent must have their deeds filed in pleting: their military obligation.: .- total 2,771,305.per Florida"had the

are figured from documentarytax special local-option election with- I additional acreage, and 18 are the office of the clerk of the cir- The ones desiring to attend service -
fastest rate of increase jn population -
stamps affixed to the deeds.J. .
in 60 days after the completed tenant farmers. cuit court on or before January school make application

F. Griffis Lawtey. to Viola petition is presented to them. 'I Average age jf farm operatorsin 1 to be eligible for homestead exemption through the Guard and attend in the nation ., .

Griffis, Lawtey, fiveacres of land I Bradford motel owners and the county is 51.1 .years. There Tax Assessor Gene Long }

$1.150. restaurant owners have complained 80 who 65 announced this week.
I are are or more yearsof
Curtis Dukes, Lake City, to they are losing business to age. Home owners must, also be in I Local Negro Charged w Cold Weather ;:::.

Jack W. Hall. Starke' 80 acres of establishments in "wet" areas I Of the 472 farms'in the county, residence by January 1 in orderto With Grand LarcenyA : 4f New Low

land 8000. because tourists like to have cock- I j 117 are classified as "commercial" be eligible for exemption. Long Sets
Ed Stone Starke to Sam Wil- I vA xj
tails with their meals.
farms. said. 21-year-old Starke Negro .
Hams Starke a lot, 1600. uu For Dec. 1314Hard
paroled from Florida State Prison
Charles A. Nielson to FancherE. OF
on charges assault and battery,
Jordan, Columbus, Ga., parcelof :
is being held in the Bradford freezing temperatures

land ,8000. County Jail under $4,000 bond for Tuesday and Wednesday morn

Barclay Devolpment Co. tof f entering without breaking and ing were Bradford County's share
Four Tornado Gridders
Cecil H. Harper residence in;,
grand larceny Deputy Sheriff of the Eastern U. B.'s worst autumn
Keystone Club Estates. 14000.
I Dolph,Reddish said. storm in history.
J. Thomas. Jr., Staike, ,and
A. I Joseph Mitchell is charged with Low readings Tuesday and Wednesday
Benjamin Suslow. Starke to Stephen j
E..Simmons, a lot in Named On All-Area TeamBradford stealing $400 in cash from the morning set a. new record

[Continued On Pace Bland-I grocery store of Milton Simmons f< generally for this area on, the
I at 725 North Oak Street in Reno. Dec. 13-14 dates. Tuesday's low,

-- High's Tornadoes linemen and was a standout for placed on the All-Area second I Mitchell' was arrested on December as registered 'at the official Frost

FIRST ANNUAL I dominated the Gainesville Sun'sAUArea the Tornadoes during their undefeated -I team. Center John Miller led balloting 4 by City Policeman ,Cornelius Warning Station at Bradford

CHRISTMASCONCERT Football Team where season. for the 'second squad with Moore and turned over to county 1 County Hospital was an even 27

they placed four authorities the next day. degrees,, while Wednesday's. low
men on the first Smallest member of the star- 21 votes one ballot behind the .
unit, four Reddish said Mitchell had ad- was a bone-fcrcakinsr 205.:
on the second, one on studded All-Area squad is Starke's leading contender. Other Torna-
the third team wi h three players Ronald Crawford a 155-pound does who placed on the second r mitted the theft but has refusedto Heavy frost mantled the area !

BY THECOMMUNITY CHORUS receiving honorable men: on. guard. A linebacker on defense halfback Richard Dugger, and reveal .the bidding place. of the Company C Ordnance Unit ,Wednesday morning and thick ice

Other than Starke Gainesville the Sun called Crawford vicious team were tackle Cecil Leach, cash. 'coated open ditches. The two

Friday, Dec. 16 placed three players on the first tackler and a team leader.a He fullback Sam Gardner who received :freezes took a" 6vr ton of bloom !

8P. M.[ unit, Santa Fe three Ncwberry co-captains the Tornadoes.In a football scholarship to Community ,Choir Mechanics Work On Tank"The I from Bradford County strawberry

Madison Street one and Branford one. Twelve Duke University.The I I plants, spoiling any hopes growers

Baptist Church men were picked for firs team the backfield. Junior Tornado Tornadoes also placed one In Hour ProgramAt Shown above are members unit affords its members I I might have had for an early Jan
quarterback Irwin Martin
Miss Frances Poe, because of a, tie between tackles with the balloting for ran the man on the, third team in the Madison St. BaptistAn Co. C, 748th Ordnance Bn., an opportunity to learn many I I uary harvest- Winter greens were

Directing Allen Crews of Starke and Mike away of senior halfback Johnny Starke National Guard unit, skills that will aid them in their also,badly burned,by tht cold
signal caller's
Mrs\ L. J. Green Whiddon of Gainesville. post. Martin was a DeVore. hour long program of working on a tank while new every day life" according to Lt. ,and heavy ,damage was reported
main in Tornadoes'
Mrs\ L. A. Conova Five of the area's 11 schools cog the Sun said both as a- Each plajer receiving as muchas Christmas:xauaic will be presented members observe.Co. Fred Snell training officer. i to pasture grasses already parched

OrganistsThis were represented on the first by Starke's 35 member Community C is on ordnance: unit and Several high school seniors recently from a Jong November dry
passer and runner. one point, or a third team vote, '
team, picked by seven Sun sportswriters Choru at 8 p. m. Friday its member spend most cf their enlisted in the unit, bat spell.

I who covered games during The fourth Tornado player was named on the honorable night at the Madison Street Baptist time during the 15-day manner there are still some vacancies a- Lowest reading in the area waf

Space Contributed the 1960 season. Balloting was picked on the first All-Area team mention list. Forty-three gridders Chureb, Director Frances Poe field training period working 'on vailable. 19 degrees recorded at Waldo

Weekly to Publicize on a 5-3-1 basis, with five pointsfor was halfback Tombo Smith who fell into this category includingStarke's announced.The automotive and track vehicles and while Gainesville reported a tar
Young enlist In the
Community Events by each first team vote three captained the Tornado team this Malone and Billy Mike Dowllng.Darby. Jimmy: program will also feature other type ordnance work: Guard serve six may months of active of 24 at its light plant.In .

for a second team vote and one year and who was a real team the northeastern states
various other soloist and other trains
:. The unit in such fieldsas duty and complete their military
THE COMMUNITY for a third team'ballot. leader. Smith was a sparkplug Certificates are to be mailed to deathsrelated to the cold passedthe
singing groups. Among them will automotive repairs of all kinds, obligation with the Guard unit In
Crews, a 185-pound senior linebacker and top-notch blocker all those making the first three 220 mart and the cost in lost
STATE BANKOF i be soloists Gerald L. Williams, track vehicle repairs, small arms which they enlisted. They receive
tackle who was picked Linemanof and a dangerous runner the' Sun's teams and drawing honorable lira. Majorie Coe Mrs.. Alfa Linn repairs. ,welding and body work. the same rate of pay for each business and other damage from j

STARKE the Week once during the writers said. mention as soon as they are complete and.Bill Shiner. Mr. and Mrs. GONewcomb machinist work and repair on! drill that the regular services re- snow and rain ran into millions 4 I

year, is the heaviest of the Starke Four Starke gridders were also the Sun stated. : --'.,. win also sing a duet. artillery plew.and instruments [Continued On Face Slxl of dollars.



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Mr. Gi Mr.
C> Mrs. 'l and -Mrs. E. Mrs Charles W. Schaeffer of 1 I City of Slarke, Fla. HAMPTONCHRISTIAN
Brooker 'were .visiting Mr. and!, tended the funeral 'of John ,Hall Detroit Mich.- returned home' For Countr nnaiora Jadffe Court I. AmA. t 12-8 2 t lt-li CIIURCWCarl \

Mrs. R. A:. Colson and'family onj I!:peasSr, in' Jennings last;F'1'idayt' t Sunday after attending the In re: Estate, of loautFlorida.Adam T. Green. OTICE OF INTENTION Clarke 31inister
Sunday. I I!'afternoon.. < :'-. ',deceased REGISTER F1CTITIO18 NAME ,
j funeral jof,her mother Mrs. L. L.; 0XoUce. .
Of Piling Petition For SUNDAY Y SERVICES
Notice is
given the
Christmas. Lights at Pry tons!| Mrs..Alton Dobbs 'is a medical: Conner; -o ': Dec. 4> : Final Discharge Of Administrator i iI undersigned .under the provisionsof I
Florist .. i| patient in Doctors. Hospital.; j Extra Bobbins sire tuae-Stock I i I To AU Whom It May Concern: Chapter JO.J5J, Laws of Florida 110:00; a.m. Bible School
hereby given that" thane : '
| Dr. and .Mrs. .C. J.. HOupt'.' .at : ,' Acts of 1941, will register with the :::'OO"v jn. WOf$ fp & Communion
Tiled final
returns administrator
aNCsa aevs Mr-; and Mrs- Harlow Trescott' up-with' Singer .Bobbins at Denmark ; rar as CIerI of the Circuit Court, in and '
.. and family of Daytona Beach;; tended the Board of 'D'rec' .toVs Furniture Co.- U'' ,of the estate of edam T.. for Bradford County, Florida upon '1
Green deceased that I harp filed i
; receipt of proof of Evening Worship
of publication of 7:30:
meeting the Florida Osteopathic p.m.
spent the weekend with Mrs. Pat my petition for final discharge,
Mr. this
I and L. D. Vining hadas notice the fictitious
-.- ..... I| Medical.Association'in' ,.Or-!t I and that I will apply to the Hon Court Shoe name of WEDNESDAY ,:SO PJt
-----------------'- Cauffman and family. Repair under which M
Sunday guests'Mr. and Mrs. J, ''orable Theron.A. Sawn, County
,1 lando Saturday evening: ';'' am engaged business at 12S X. Service and le'UdY
"tax. and Mrs. W. Hal Hand will Mrs. Y. A. Harris of Gainesvillewas Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey P. T I i Order Imprinted and Photographic -' W. Tinune'rman, Mr. and Mrs. J. Judge December''of Bradford 13th. I960 County for Florida- Court St., Starke Florida. prayer "* *="

: attend a dinner party Friday! the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. Nolin Mrs. Sarah Hunter, Mrs.!;. Christmas cards, now- at') C. Vining, Sr., and: Mr. and Mrs-:!,ion of the same and fir final approval discharge -}' SUrke.Edward, Florida A. Hall.sole P. O. Box: 110,

evening for the staff managers of| 1.,. Speer over the weekend. Chessie Derrick. Mrs. Alice Jenkins -: Bullingtoa's. ., :tfchg John C. Pearson and children, all''.tate of Administrator Adant T. green, of deceased.the es- Dated this Tth day of ownrr.December Smith-Corona and Remington E
I Gulf Life Insurance Co. at the I Mrs. Emma Lou Tomlinson.; of Stockton, Ga. A: It. i960 at Starke. Bradford
Mrs. J. L. Faircloth and Miss Mrs: .Charles H November-17 1960: County, Florida. Typewriters at Bradford- County: I
home of Mr and Mrs H. M. Har- Mrs. Donnie Mae Edwards, and : \1Sii.M"Mr.-t; Mrs. Mote Henderson and S Robert O. Green ...
Elsie Geiger were visiting Mr. I 12-8 4t is-29
Mrs. G. E. Telegraph.
Mildred land I. McGaule.y-.Ii; ;, in Administrator; o' the Estate of \
cell In Gainesville.. Mrs. Lawson attended the daughter, Elizabeth, of -.
Mary London
and Mrs. Clifford Anderson' and i j Jacksonville .last Friday---, I j ,Adam T. Green, deceased. -- !
Order Imprinted and Photo- school lunchroom meeting and 1 Tenn., and Mrs. Clarence j!s c 11-7 U 128OF t
f. family in Orlando last week. Charlene and i --
Christmas party at the Sidney[!. Hardy : ,Lindaj i I' V '
; grapho Christmas Cards now atBullington's. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snell and Hildebran visited Stephens of Sweetwater Tenn. I : \
the RejIi:, D. :
: tfchg i Lanier school in Gainesville Fri- were visiting th ir sister Mrs. J
daughter visited Mrs. W. R. Snellat I Haines and family of. :Hamont: %OTln SUE.TO .
Mrs. W. B. Parks is I day evening. lotUs Adams and family last' I
spending Daytona Beach over the week- Springs on Saturday and, Sunday ; IIIUIIF.eT BIDDER lI
the holidays with her son-in-law Marvin Brown and Raymond ,week. :: The City of Stark will receive
1 I end.Order of State Col- Johnny Brannen'of' -.Pa atka j i bids on the following heating equipment -
end daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Imprinted and Photographic Stefanelli Murray was the weekend guest'of 'Chase CITRUS AND FRUIT TREES'' until S fc nu Tuesday Ike:0: '
: Dameron Black Jr. in At'anta. Christmas Cards: now at lege Ky. will be home Sunday' for Hardy. : Oranges Grapefruit, Satsumas, heaters complete with pipe and fan 7idr
l.Utwers:; 70,000 BTl' nehI; : ft.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Simmons Bullington's. tfchg the holidays. : Kirsch' Drapery Rods; ;a1/Starke Pecan Plum, Persimmons at Sis- Aide 3i ft.: .tall. Approx.:> 4 years
and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelliand old A-l condition May be seen at
: daughter, Betty Ann of MIami Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Miss Hardware. trunk's.
family will visit Mr. and! Mrs. .tfchg City Hall between 8:30 a. m. and
.were visiting friends and I Madge Middleton were visiting Jacksonville Mrs. W: R, Brennan of; .Mis- Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Quigley were j i :3 p. in. daily Xo bid accepted for
: relatives here the first of the i Mrs. Mae Jones in Jacksonville Albert Stefanelli in t soula Mont and'St' Petersburg in Gainesville Sunday where Mr.j{ less than J SO each.
week. Sunday.Mr. Also one 100-gallon tank. No bid -? ".! !
I last Saturday. .I will accompany her brother ,and Quigley filled as assignment for' acepted for less than $:-10.
: Kirsch Drapery Rods at Starke I and Mrs. J. H. Raulersonof Merrill Edwards. Clerk
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthywere 'and :
Gainesville were visiting Mr: sister-in-law,"Mr. Mrs. W, H. the Gideons. i! I
Hardware. HOUSE
tfchg I at Jacksonville Beach Sunday j Nollman. to'Savannah' Ga 'on David G. Scott Jr. of Tampa J 25 %
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Compton and Mrs. J. R. Kelly on Sunday.Mr 'I f !
visiting Mrs. W. A. Nasworthy' of I Saturday where they will attend spent the weekend with Dr. ajid' Christmas! Wreathes at 1'ejtons I
M. F. Chitty
of WUlumsport Pa. and.Elmer of and Mrs. I' ,
and Mr and Mrs. Mac Neely. Noilman's Florist. t
and I the wedding of Mrs. Mrs. O- L. Haynes. Jr. I
II Sunday
Lakeland Ga. spent PLANTS
: Cleveland, Ohio arrived Saturday Mr and Mrs. C. D. Williams
; niece, Miss Jean Lanier,to-.Charles 1
Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Randal OFF
to' be guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. I
and .daughter, Jane of Jacksonville W. McCall Sunday afternoon.
'H. Kramer at the Dr. Barry 'cottage :; were Friday evening guests Chitty. Replace your- old, ewlaf''.'ma- Williams Has That

= on Kingsley Lake for 'the I' of Mr. and Mrs. Orie Wigginsand Hallmark Christmas Cards on I rhine belt with:a new Singer Belt [ i ,. ..
I tfchg I ----- -->'#-'- --- --" -- ---.
at Bullington's.
winter. j family. Susan Wiggins returned display now, = from Denmark.,Furniture-C*. .tf. Special Gift, For All -
: Mr, and Mrs Gene Carnell of! to Jacksonville with her Hallmark Christmas Cards on I Students arriving' this weekendfor .

Daytona Beach were recent visit- cousin Jane for the weekend.I I display now at Bullington's tfchg : the holidays' Gene'' -
: are:. Shaw The So This
ors- of'Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley. Sinter sewing Machine Needles Mrs. Dora Burton left Wednes- from.University Georgia;' Jean : Family Tulip Butbs
Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr; was at Denmark Fnrnltnr !!o tf day for Miami to visit Mi. and Mundy,. Mary Agnes jMattTiews, I

visiting Mr and Mrs. Clinton;! bars ,Annie Register, mother of Mrs. W H. Johnston after three Barbara and Nancy Bates*'Flora CHRISTMAS 0

Buff in Jacksonville over the! Mrs H. A.. Lawson, entered Bradford weeks visit with her daughter. Slade: Patsy -Nichols Mary:Kath- JIM!

.weekend and attended the Arlington i County Hospital last Fridayfor Mrs. Alice Anderson. erine Wainwright, Brenda' lewis, GIVE ALL Q1VARIETIES '
,Baptist Church .Canata Sunday Herlong'of Leesburgwas
medical treatment.Mrs. Miss Myrtle Linda Kay Sale; lien Tomlinson. 25 /o
evening. J of Palatka weekend guest of Mr. and 1.-
: G- Million a and, Bubba Lamee of; >Florida /
.. CITRUS AND FRUIT TREES will spend Christmas week with Mrs. W. F. Herlong. State University;' Frances Land-

'Oranges: Grapefruit Satsumas, Mrs. A. E. McKinney. Mrs. Jetty Christmas Decorations at Pryt rum Linda Gail Green Harold OFF

.. Pecan, Plum, Persimmons at Sis- Hazen of Gainesville was a Sunday Ds Florist. : 1 iTyus, Betty Jean Schmitt and WATCHESfrom $1900

: trunk's.Mr I visitor of Mrs. McKinney.. Powell from Florida
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Chace of Harriett up
., and Mrs. Doyle Conner, and Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mrs..C. Jacksonville were Saturday visit-]:Southern University;' George Pat- i .
family moved to Tallahassee' on :1 i! WITH EACH PURCHASE .
E. Johns 'entered Oschner Clinic ors of Mrs: Etta Hoover. ;ten. Jr. from Stetson; ,and SkiiAnn \

WedneSday: New Orleans, La. on Monday fora Robert S. Morriss. stationed on:,: Smith from Roanoke.College,, VIe Hove A' Complete Stock Of !f '111 OF $3.00

9 checkup. the SS Goodrich at Mayport:'Va i
Wait For The 67 I Order Imprinted and Photo- visited his aunt, Mrs. C. A. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields OR MORE

trrapbe Christmas Cards now at Knight on Sunday. and family of Jacksonville.'were Diamond Rings *' Necklaces;

Button Man !Bullington's. tfchg Purchase any model ot Singer visiting their .parents...-Mrs;.=Jti:U, I

: .. Sewing Machine at Denmark Fields and Mr. and Mrs.rO. W; Birthstone *. Cigarette Lighters 2
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.,' ,- ,," I I Club Insignias Watch Bands

Florida Theatre Neighborly Gifts. 'Y" Costume" Jewelry Electric. Razors a ., $3.49' e

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: .Pat Boone ROBERTSO \,flE. D/Zp/! ; made No fastening.one.by'can several wrapping help pieces but attractive be together thrilled"store with to wire bought receive,adding candy such leaves anattractive.in 4aran or ribbon.and.. :i fOR. Ei. tt: MEMBER_ \ OF THE FAMILY Ii

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their bright color which .9s. $& !
: accents duller foods fot-their,high, PAJAMAS 2 : $5..95.
vitamin content: This year'a crop will be S0% larger than-last. .
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_. .. -. MV.A I Holds Ethel County, Florida under and by virtue -''! House In Bradford County. Florida.
Bank Altar Biggs
.r I Community .1 Society of a writ of Execution, heretofore -' 'I will offer for sale and sell to the
i I St. Edwards ChildrenTo I Issued out of Circuit Court.I highest bidder for (rash in hand.' I
i I Holds Annual Christmas SocialThe I Circle MeetsAt '. 1' :'ijdfurd: County in the abovertyhd ,|. the above described property of
Hold Party } cause I have levied upon the: said defendant, to satisfy said eieuuon. -
Christmas Event ,I following i to-wit I I _'
| property ;
I Altar Society of St. Edwards -i Norman HomeThe i II lets ::. thru 10 block ii, E. w,1 I 1*. D. Reddish
. r i Catholic Church enjoyed a I The children of St. Edwards i Hayes' Sub-div. and tha East H of She'riff, Bradford County
Di'.ectors. employees, and guestsof Christmas party Tuesday eveningin 1 home of Mrs. Russell Norman .''Catholic' Church will have their Magnolia Street adj. and ex R-R I I ry Jean \\amwrlgtu. D. S.
the Community State Bank As the property of the above,! 12-S 4t !! :9
the Parish hall with 20 members was beautifully decoratedin Christmas party Sunday morning: ; .
I hell their annual Christmas party the Christmas after 10 o'clock Mass. :3 of defendant and, that on the I. '
attending.Mrs. theme for the day January 1961 between the
.;Isdya Mooty Tuesday evening in the Pecan Joe Wallace read a story I!December meeting of Ethel Biggs! legal,Vlo k hours of "al", namely eleven II. We Want Buttons67
i I < in the forenoon and two 0'-
the Garden Restaurant.
----------------- --- -- --------- -------- room of "The Legend of the Poinsettia," Circle of the First Baptist WMU.i Mrs. Carlton Koch clock in the afternoon. on said day.I ? I
attractive and
An green Mrs. Warren Roach gave a poemon The old] the' !' I at the East: door of the Court
story of first
Of '
Senior High Chorus Two Chapters Christmas motif was achieved in Honored At ShowerMrs. _
I' "As Joseph Was Awalking,
[ Christmas was toli in short J
R Presents Program To I Delta Kappa Gamma quet the party table decorations.was centered The with ban-ahandsrme I II i and Mrs. Robbie Shaller" read "AGardener's story "Let's Kpep 'Christmas a ," byi! Ruth Acker and Mrs. Paul I

ParentsTeachersAn Hold Joint MeetingAlpha I : red.and silver Yule arrangement by Prayer. Silent, Night Peter Marshall: read by Mrs. Hutchins entertained at a stork
|was sung the members led by Norman Allen. !
flanked by red tapers Mis. Richard Richards. Gifts !I shower Wednesday evening at the
outstanding program of Nu Chapter of Delta in silver holders. The seating arrangement and refreshments : Mrs. Norman made an appeal.home of the latter honoring Mrs. i1t
Christmas music was 'presented Kappa Gamma held its Dec. 9 was marked by individually were exchanged in the form on an imaginary letter Carlton Koch.
by the High School Chorus under'\meeting, jointly with Nu Chapter, wrapped gifts with name' served Vaughn by, Mrs.hostesses Al Hartmann Mrs. and j i from a little girl overseas. Twelve guests enjoyed this delightful II
the direction of Miss Frances Poe,i in the Blanche Hotel at Lake tags attached. I asking for gifts through the Lot- affair.
Mrs. Randall Chism. Mrs. Francis
at the High School PTA meeting City, where a Christmas dinner Mrs. Norman H. Willis, and I tie Moon Christmas offering. I
Meng and Mrs. Ogden Bates presided -
Tuesday night. I was served. Mrs. G. S. Newcomb greeted i at the punch bowl. Fourteen members of 'the circle Piano Instructor i t
The program opened with "The I Mrs. Mildred Bruner, presidentof guests as they arrived- Before and The hall attractive for the and! two visitors were served delicious '
Christmas Story" told effectively Nu, and Miss Martha Rogers, during the steak dinner, a four-I.festive occasion was with Christmas refreshments and the clos- Entertains PupilsMrs. atCAMERAS BULLINOTON'S I
in music the chorus, and president of Alpha Nu, presided
by nar-I piece orchestra played music. .arrangements. The refreshment ing prayer was given by Mrs. M. i
rated by Dale Bradley. Piano accompaniment jointly over the meeting. Mrs. Christmas carols, sung by the 'table was decorated with red and A. Payne. E. M. Davis will entertainfor ir II I
was by Sally Ann Selwyn Chalker of Jacksonvillegave group, were also enjoyed r
and her pupils at a Christ-
streamers piano
green crepe paper
I interesting talk on her i !
Epperson.A Employees: received their bonus each end bell shaped U.D.C. Meets after New Special
at were Friday afternoon or
mas party
of the
girl's trio,composed of Sandra recent trip to Africa telling
checks for the year, and door candle holders with burning red school, at her home 708 N. Temple If
people and their customs. Price Price
Craven, Sally Ann Epperson and awarded. At Patten Home Reg.
prizes were tapers. In the center.of ,the table
Patty Lyon sang 0 Holy Night, Christmas Carols were sung I
the 50 guests, those and Christmas .
followed by a group of traditional and Mrs. Winifred Geiger of Lake from Among out-of-town included Mr bell was arrangement.Woodman a snowman. W. T Weeks chapter U. D. C. 8 mm Bell & Howell 89.95 T95L95 !
Christmas songs in a lighter vein Butler showed a film strip de- met at the home of Mrs. George Desk'sets 69
of Mi- Esterbrcok up
and Mrs. Steve Simmons H
3-Lens Turret New
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by the entire Chorus. picting the history of the various Patten on Wednesday afternoonof
ami Mr. and Mrs. Pete Brinsonof Circle Has choice of points at Bradford
The delightful program concluded Christmas carols. Jacksonville H. G. Cochran of last week with Mrs. J. E. Wil-
table decorations County Telegraph.Circuit .
with a group' of familiar: Beautiful used, and Santa Tallahassee and Hayes Worn of Christmas Party son as cohostess.Mrs. 8mm Kodak 119.95
carols, sung by the Chorus, with were Lake City. L. G. Powell, president 39
audience participation.The Claus visited each members dur- Eleven members of the Wood- conducted the business meeting. Court' Bradford. Cuuatjr.Florida RELIANT (Used) ;

Chorus presented the same ing the social hour. LittleVomen man Circle met at the home of The chapter was presented a rib- t
Members from Baker, Bradford. Monday Kluejet: Corporation Plaintiff vs.
Mrs. Andrews :
program at 1:30: m. Thursday Wesley bon from the General Conventionof .. '
p. D. 1 Thomas and Clarence Moon
for the elementary school, and I Clay Union. Hamilton. Madison: Program About night .and then went to Green the Daughters of the Confederacy 'individuallyand' as co-partners, d- 8 mm De Jur 182.40
Suwannee, and Columbia Countieswere and boa 1-radforrt Saw & Equipment 7995 t
will sing again for the high schoolat present. Christmas IdeasA Oaks Restaurant for dinner for having donated 100 per Company. Defendant. 3-Lens Turrett (New)
2:30: p. m. Friday in the audi- I their annual Christmas "art cent to the Jefferson Davis Me- XOT1CK OP SHKUIFF'S SALEXntiee (
; During the business session, Va. is hereby given\ that I. P,
torium. morial Chapel in Richmond
Fruit Cakes On Sale program on Christmas Ideas I new officers for 1961 were elected P. Reddish, Sheriff of Bradford 35 mm Ricoh 300 59.95
i was presented by Miss Betty Lou The historical program was pre- 1.95
Shannon-Bishop From MethodistsFruit Wainwright at the monthly meet- I as Gray follows; Past: President President Mrs.Mrs.Jessie Inez sented by Mrs. F. B. Beard, his- Complete Outfit (New) 39

ing of the Little Women's Club torian, who read several old
Announced Treasurer, Mrs. Maude
Wedding ;
cakes are being sold by held Monday evening in the club Southern poems.At .
the Junior Department of the house. Andrews; 1st Vice President, Mrs. the close of the meeting the 1ptj1STARKE Polaroid Model 95-B 136.95
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shannon Eunice Wilson; 2nd Vice -
of Staike announce the marriageof Methodist Youth project.Fellowship Cakes as a During the business meeting, j Mrs. Mathal Green; Attend- hostesses served a salad courseto Highspeed Outfit (Used) 8995
making are
their son Robert [Bobby] presided over by the president :ant, Mrs. Willie Mae Judd: ; Assistant the 21 members present-
available from Junior MYF mem-
Shannon to 'Jean Bishop of Elk- i Miss Anne Matthews, a Christmas Attendant. Mrs. Bertha
bers or from Mrs. Titus Olson, planned for Wednesday -I Ministers Lunch With SUN., MON., TUES.
ins W. Va. dance was :Lang; Chaplain, Mrs. Eula Mae PROJECTORS
The wedding took place at the 218 So. Walnut street. I evening, Dec. 21, starting at I!Conner; Musician Mrs. Mae Green Dec. 18-19-20 .

First Methodist Church in Elkinson 8 o'clock at the club house., The .Secretary [to be elected 1; Captain Wives At Garden --.

Monday, Dec. 5. Junior Women club will assist with the Heart I Mrs. Ethel Raymond; In- _THE WALKING 16, mm Sound 350.00
will Members of the Starke Mini- 1.95
The bridegroom graduated from To Dance Fund drive in February and structor,. Mrs. Lula Hutto. I 149
for the hospital and sterial Alliance and their wives TARGET MOVIE-MITE (Used)
Bradford High School in the classof make Plans were made to give a basket -
Christmas. enjoyed a luncheon Tuesday at
1960. I I The Junior Woman's Club convalescent home I of groceries to a needy family 301 Restaurant. Starring Joan Evans, Ronald
The newlyweds are residing at'dance scheduled for Friday night Refreshments were served by!for Christmas. Any member who Foster, and Merry Anders. 8 mm Keystone 79.95
23 Moore St. in Elkins. has been cancelled: the hostess committee, would like to contribute to this Attending the affair were Rev. 29 1.95
.I basket may bring articles to Mrs. and.Mrs. Bob Badgett, Rev and The Kettles On Old 500 W Lamp (Used)
Andrews' home by 10 a. m Friday Mrs. H. O. Boyette, Rev and Mrs.
I Leo Hebert, Rev. and Mrs. J. H. MacDonald's Farm

Ideal Gifts for Mother Wife : I The, Dec.next 23.meeting will be held :Mabry: Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley Starring Marjorie; Main and 8 mm De Jur 89.50

or ... at the home of' Mrs. Inez Gray, arid Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Smithof Parker Fennclly. 500,W Lamp (Used) 39.95

Monday night, Jan. 16. Keystone. Plus Color' Cartoon I

"Before Christmas" Delivery I Hal Hands Host Presbyterians Set WED.-THURS. Dec. 21.22 35 mm SLIDE 49.95 195 I

I Gulf Life Employees Christmas Party Slaughter On ;110th With Auto. Changer (New) 24 t

Mr. and .Mrs. W. Hal Hand Sunday School departments of Ave.

were hosts 1o his staff employeesof the First Presbyterian Church RADIOS
Set it and forget it. Richard Egan, Jan Sterling j
the Gulf Life Insurance Co. will hold their Christmas party Dan Duryea, and Julie Adams' ,
Saturday evening at a Christmas. I Wednesday evening. Dec. 21, at
J party. 7:30 o'clock in,the..church. Battle HymnRock MOTOROLA 39.95 ;

WESTINGHOUSE AUtOMATIC WASHERYou The 12 guests enjoyed a social Santa Claus will preside at the PORTABLE (Used) 19.95
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hour at the Hand home from six gift exchange and. carols will be flyer.
to 7:30: and then went to the enjoyed. Refreshments will be Plus Color Cartoon I -

Garden Restaurant for 'dinner. served by' ladies of the church. 5-TUBE 24.95
get MORE\ WASHING POWER After dinner the guests returnedto FRI.-SAT., Dec. 23-24 16 95 k
for cleaner, brighter clothes: I the gifts Hand were home exchanged.where Christmas Beta Sigma Phi Rock Pretty Baby! {

... WESTINGHOUSE CYCLE LAUNDROMAT The Hand home was attractivefor :I The Beta Sigma Phi sororitywill Starring Sal Mineo, John Channel Master 54.95 '
-.r= the festive occasion with red Saxon, and Luana Patten.
AUTOMATIC WASHER have a Christmas party Fri-
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silver, and 'goj'Christmas arrangements Transitor T Model (New)
day evening Dec. 16 at 8 o'clockin The UNFORGIVEN
; Automatic Lint Ejector $2.50 The dining room and St. Mark's Parisli house for

.' : Suds 'n Water Saver refreshment table carried'out a their ,husbands and dates. The I Burt Lancaster and Audrey
pink and silver motif and in the WATCHES
;\\, ::, .r:: ,>. : >)(..' I \, Look-in Loading Door A WEEKExclusive den I where the gifts were ex-j I secret sisters and guests will exchange -I I Hepburn.

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,.\ ':, ,:\ ,1" :.1.} lifts and dips tumbles and plunges your scene. Ladies 24 JJ5L95
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"':1.41 I'I',-'--,-" ."''.. .'I..:..-..', Junior Department, of the Us Now For Your Gas Needs. Rhinestone Case (New)

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-w" .. MATCHING'WESTINGHOUSE First Methodist Church will pre-
i-TEMPERATURE DRYER sent a Christmas program en- Waterproof-Shockproof
,. \1 $1.751VEIrK titled "A Christmas Tree Festi- a GAS.
For Boys and Girls
((W\t Air Flow system drieS and air- m val" at the Sunday School annual
fluffs clothes faster,cooler, Christmas party'next Wednesday 1 FOR HEAT
Model l.124 more economically! Model' D-124 in RECORD PLAYERS
evening, Dec. 21.' at 7 o'clock: THIS GAS IS FIME A

FOR QUALITY. FOR FEATURES...FOR the church sanctuary. I
After the program a party will | FOR BROOOERSJOO-f .
Abe held around the Christmas tree''j HEAR URCHIN Voice of Music 29.95
in Fellowship Hall \toere gifts | FOR COOKING 14 95 !
I will be presented to' youngstersby I I ( ) I

< I Santa Claus. Refreshments.. will j TNAfJKST11ANK6 GAS I

FREEl" be served by Mrs. O. L. Haynes, i i MOTOROLA 39.95 t
Jr. and 'JJrs. J. R. Wainwright''
and their *mmittee. Mrs. Nelson'I TitANKS ( )

Green is in charge of the Junior i,: -

Luxury-styled !Department. ,,
when you buys: f/ame/ess Canasta Club Feted I i If: /7A FOR CLOTHES I

WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC DRYER At Christmas SocialThe I'' DRYING Genuine 14.95

eight members of the I Diamond Necklace (New) 9

Canasta Club gave a Christmas When You Use Pyrofax Gas For These

parv.and dinner Saturday Restaurantfor evening Needs You GetFASTER SHEAFFER PEN 22.50 !
the Garden
See us for Low Prices on TRANSISTOR RADIOS, PORTABLE their husbands.A & PENCIL SETS (New) 13 ISO

social hour at the restaurant CLEANER SAFER I
banquet table where the 16 And The Most Dependable Gas There Is. Unconditional One-Year Guarantee ,

And Many More Bargains to Choose from BUY guests were seated, was attractivewith

a green and gold color We Appreciate All Business SILVERPLATE New
NOW! MAKE YOUR FIRST PAYMENT MARCH 1st, 1961, I motif. The table was centered ( ) 14.95 I
with. a gold Christmas tree and I

flanked by candelabra
burning green tapers. holding j 54-PIECE 79.95

i Spaghetti ,Supper PHONE PHONE I Interna. Silverplate (New) 49 1.95

North Florida Supply i| A spaghetti supper will be held I WO WO
by the Intermediate department 1 a 4-7551
of the Methodist Youth Fellow- 4-7531
ship Saturday from"5 ,to 8p. m. ,+w+_' All Used Items Fully Guaranteed I
Hall. The public
221 N. Temple Ave Phone WO 4-2113 in Fellowship
invited. Tickets will be 50c and

$1 including dessert. 1 1I I


Necklaces.RIngs Jewelry Tie Sets
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r '" 'L C.U.L FOR JunO '
lowing territory in the City of which is presently designated! "R1 -: Chairman, city Councif ;
The Foard of County Commissioners ->Starke towit.Commencing: Single, Duplex: or two family and j I AttestS : ;
: I of Bradford County will receive -I at Southwest Corner I three family residences" to be a '"C ; ( ) Merrill Edwards
Farm r's DiaryBy sealed bids until 10:00 a. m.,of Madison and Myrtle streets and I Commercial" District, within the City Clerk I'
on Tuesday. January 3, 1961 for,run South 4 JO fmV*(It *1 tI feel, meaning of such Zoning Ordinance. It 12-9 I
"Reroofing the Bradford County (North 429 feet East10 test to I Copies of such petition are 01
Health Department Building", S1J! Point or'Beginning, except: right- file and may examined in the
Sam McCarrrv Church Street, Starke, Florida at[of-way, and commencing at Southwest office of the City Clerk All per-
which time all bids will be publicly Corner of Madison and Myrtle sons interested are notified to J>e
A Gain But SmallThe spreading: and burning. up the opened and TJ.ad.Bidd..rs I Streets running West 210 feet, present at said time and place and Dress Buttons 67
may secure specifications South 210 feet to Point of they shall tie heard
P.Pglni i'I
place. for the above work from the officeof ,t fling, thru West 210 feet, :21ft Dated this 6th day of December ?
the Clerk of Circuit Court, Irad-,
t feet, East 210 teet. North 210 feet L1.I 11. mo
1960 Federal Census reports place Bradford among Christmas is Just a short time ford County. I I to Point of Beginning-, except right- (*) J. D Doyle .
The Board reserves the right to : of-way. ;
the 54 fortunate Florida counties that showed population away, and the woods are puttingon reject all bids or to waive Informalities 1 1 --.---.--- -
gains in the decade since 1950. Although Bradford's 7.9 their own holiday decorations.Ride .I' may hfo and to their to accept bet Interests the bid that'
per cent gain was among. the more modest in the' state (as cut in the country and seethe i i(OFFICIAL SRAL) .
compared with Brevard's fantastic 390 per cent, and Browad's I beautiful colors in the bays I.The Bradford Board County Of County, Florida.By Commissioners.
none-the-less and and swamps, against a .background OtJirlfH \, Darby (
292J per cent-it was a gain, of the evergreen oaks and I Clerk
kept Bradford from being classed with the "losing thir- No doubt a lot of farmers were Spanish moss. The sweet gums 12-3 *t 12-15 j,

teen" that showed. net losses in population during. 1950. surprised to learn that they are are especially pretty now. \oruK- j
guaranteed a price for the things 5S I ,
The thirteen losers (with one exception) are agricultural I II I Notice Is Hereby Given: that onTuesday .i' ,
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they raise. This bit of nonsense I '
Butchering time is here, and .
January S liitf at ?0V : :
counties that form a chain-link in West Florida, starting came out in the recent,TV "expose" -.. with it comes such treats as has- P. M.', the City Counll will\ hold a I 't!:; rr < _
the Gulf and extending thrpugh Holmes 'public hearing in the Council Chambers :. .... ..<.. .
with Levy on story of how the farmerwas let, a dish that goes very well City .Hall. tark..' Florida, ., ..'j"i..: ,,,'<".. ,
County on the Alabama line. Others in this group are Gil- exploiting migrant labor. with sweet potatoes. Not to men- upon af a petition to amend .dion' -', .'}...r. ., .' J .<.
christ, Lafayette, Suwannee, Hamilton Madison, Jeffer- This statement could: not be fur- tion homemade sausage which The 2-5';; "City of The of Starke Code ,or Florida Ordinances entitled of '..;-.:::1", -..;,. ... -"'--:'\. ..
son, Wakulla, Liberty Calhoun, and Washington. The one ther from the truth, for the only with griddle:! cakes and cane syrup +;i "/oning-D.stru or Zones N'amrd ,; : .'.< .
Union crop we grow here with-a guaran- makes a breakfast fit for a king. ; and Itenat.-d', pursuant top- 3s, '". .
out-of-chain county showing a loss was neighboring ;.pliration for -zoning Number !.IiO, ..
teed price is tobacco, and any-: .5. I to designate that portion of the rotl .
which gets the benefit of having the State Prison popula- I _
thing else raise take all ,
you you Now is the time to fertilize your I ,1'J
tion included in its census total and showed a 23.9 per cent the risk. azaleas, camellias crotons and : _, : '
loss from 1950 to 1960 largely because of dispersion of cer- I
hibiscus with a 6-6-6 mixture at i
tain classes of prisoners from Raiford to other institu- The last of beanswe l: '.. v
crop green the rate of one and: a half lbs. per ... ,,- '
tions in the State. raised we paid pickers 50 hundred feet. Horticulturists say "
cents.plus 30 cents for the ham- I IY;
fertilizer now will' promote good
By this token, Bradford will show a marked gain in the per, ana then we got $1.15 at the 1 foot growth and resistance to cold. : : & '.
1970 census and Union will likely show a further loss due market, or 35 cents a hamper for I S'S :\, i >
tq, the fact that the new cell block at the State Prison is use of the land, preparing the j jI I One of the best new pecans is I I iJv c
being constructed on the Bradford side of New River and soil and planting, seed [and bean;the Desirable. according to W. H. ,

more than a thousand prisoners will "move" to this county seed is high], fertilizer, dusting I Mathews, UP horticulturist. He The ,.. r
some time in 1961. Although this increase will be largely and cultivating and hauling the ,says a good pecan orchard should i fast, dean ... :
stuff to market. j produce 500 lbs of nuts per acre way to paste... -. .
meaningless as far as true gain is concerned it will be impressive S. I I ; .

on paper and should put Bradford in the close-to- The only guaranteed prices the I\on care an go average as high, and as can 1,000 with lbs.good In I: LOOT AND IFS DONE! I II

15,000 category (or more) by 1970. Bradford farmer can be sure of,urging proper care, he points out', I
the for he has to Nones.neverleata, I THERE IS NO FEELING tfUITE
are prices stuff ;that it takes no more time to :
While the county) showed a modest gain of only 7.9 percent puns np or'driet I
buy. It is guaranteed that they;
in the past decade, the City of Starke racked up an are high, and: that they will con- ;work 60 lbs with than a it1 tree'does that with one produces that I "Economical, ,too... I: LIKE THE FEELING THAT COMES f

impressive 6.7:" per cent increase-from 2,944 in 1950 to tinue to go even higher, while ,.brings only a:few pounds. !!! exactly'penpoint'wte the re peat.it k i: WITH HAVING MONEY-IN-TH E-
4,806 in 1960. what he sells is at a level of many''i I needed without I BANK. ENJOY IT YOURSELF-

The large gain in Starke, and comparative small gainin years ago, or.in .some. cases lower. With cleaning'ouV one -of- our vatte. Absolutely i START SAVING WITH US SOOfi! '

the reflects the general trend from rural to urban fold I' sheds we came across the nontoxic Over MOO j .
county Take hog prices, as an example : paste dot without I .
living that is being experienced all over the country. of what is happening to farmers I'skull and bones'of an.; animal that kllint...Dries in I IIOcoDds. .. .
Small farms and the farm population are declining in Brad- Last January they were down to'';I has us puzzled.! The'skull looks ...Rub off I ,.., "

ford County, just as they are elsewhere. !$12 per hundred, but ,in August I!I something like.that,*X of t a.<.pig A"> but I II uaily.cleanly. I .' '
I they were up to $18 or an increase :along with the r bones 'is what I 1001 JOBS I :. .,
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Although Starke and Bradford County population gainsare of 50 per cent during that:, .". ,- ;' ;'. c" _
looks like a flipper. Anyone have EASY '
encouraging, they are by no means so large that we period. How can a hog raiser plan I o' ; '!.:. J.'" ., .' c.:'r--:.
of what kind-of, critterit ScnpbookjiiMlPiiotoUPARTIS / "
idea a
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can afford to rest on our laurels, or leave any stone un- and operate at a profit under: a. !:tJ DUIII Packages and Gift
turned to insure that we are not included in the "losscounties" set-up which permits such wide+';I was? 'I I c.::= !**/ Ol Book .!
variations in market prices? Supposing -!; Corers Ma
when 1970 census time rolls around. '' ....' pad Crafti. .
I. you bought a car for $3,-i Bake SaleThe I I :
Indeed, there has been cause for concern in recent weeks .000., and then six months later J
with[ the loss of several businesses and industries in Starke sold it for $2,000! i Young Adult class of the SPECIAL that will not fail to make their absence felt in months to I.'First Christian Church will hold Paste Pen with ., FLORIDA

come. This trend must and will be offset before it advancestoo As a result, hog raisers in this l'I'a bake sale Saturday at 10 a. m. fREE Refill...

far. Starke showed once before what it can do in the area have just about Quit and i yIn front of Eagle's Department I Ii .. : : .. ..,-. .. -

face of adversity-when Camp Blanding was inactivatedand now having a to nearby import packing hogs from plant an-is:i f i I Store. Bradford County lilt; If I ; if 111 I !: ,

it must rally its forces to show what it can do again. other area and pay the freight on: '- '- ,,- .-- COO -- __, __ ,_ . .. ._ ,__. __

One powerful instrument that can be used to fight off them for shipping.. i, Telegraph ONE OF 28 BANKS OF THE FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUP MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP.
any further retrenchment was discussed at Monday's meet- WHILE WAIT
ing of the Chamber of Commerce board of directors. This Rain is needed for the berry jj -
and for temporary winter
is, the formation of a Bradford County Development Authority crop ORlOne
With cold
authorized by the State Legislature, and given financial grazing weather on plantings.the way, the berries Day Service JOR BA R AINS. IN .fRUIT SAND" VEGETABLES
: of the track .
backing-'perhaps by some race reve- would be in much better shapeif \I WE SELL BROXSON SHOES ".
nue coming to the, county annually. At present, this moneyis there was more moisture in the

eagerly seized and divided (not equally) by the County ground. I COURT xqe wa ram ax za m qy x"yc crosoaam as r g -
Commission, the School Board, and the Bradford County I S. Come To
Hospital Board. We have no doubt that these three agen- The woojs are dry now and i i SHOE REPAIR
cies have good use for every penny they receive. However, I there is danger of woods fires. : 126 North Court St.
the\ time has come for them to consider their welfare in the i We burned some trash at our I Starke.'Florida -
:place and had to watch the fire : .
E. A. Hall Owner & Mgr.WAYNE'S Oscar Carter
light of what will happen if Bradford County starts to I every minute to keep it from S

show .signs of the decline that has already hit thirteen .
Florida counties whose economy like ours, was largely : t F

based on agriculture. I Cash 1 "'... GRAND L ; E l

These are factors that might well be given careful, I SUPERETTE! _

prayerful consideration as we move into a new decade.If :::" '" "'' "' .' ,,. ., -'......,...."" .. <
legislative authority is to be obtained for a Development Owned and Operated by Wayne Douglas.- ,and ,Cecil
Authority, the wheels must be set in rngtion early in January Douglas, Formerly Manager of Suwanneel. Store
Special legislation will be required, and a new .law i 671 11". Madison Phone WO'" 4.9131We FRESH VEGETABLES

makes it obligatory to have all bills prepared before the I Reserve The Right To Limit. tQuantity. .
opening of the Legislature in April. :Much groundwork must -

be done before and then. Whoever is to spearhead this
now DAILY t
We Will Be Closed Dec. 25 26 27
important job must be prepared to swing into action in the F ?(
early weeks of 1961. BALLARDS S. R.

FLOUR s Ibs. 4ge U. S. No. 1POTATOES r r: _

: 5 Ibs. Ife t_

The Courthouse Question LARGE TIDE _4 19

_(With $5.00 Food Order) "
Considerable concern seems to have been evoked by the SWEET 3zr .
County Commission's announcement that it is studying RICE Long Grain .aa lbs. SSe :fit
various proposals as how best to solve its courthouse space POTATOES 51b. 7e

needs. 3. GOOD HOPE 0 __

One of these proposed alternatives, quite rightly, included MILK 3 Tall Cans for 39 T ___
the construction of courthousein ,
possibility of a new _
a new location-provided the present site could be sold SOUTHERN CHRISTMAS CANDY W 0 ; ___

for commercial purposes at a favorable figure and provided Size __
the structure could be financed out of funds now PEACHES 2' 25 .
to the coffers. .
coming county's .. Dirs. Osear Carter. m.IUagCU5tomt in. stabs In front 01 her -
The study of such a proposal does not mean, of course, -. :... :, ,:.. _. .: '.. -" -. ..... : '. '.. ... .; vegetable stand for the first time thi.'t"ek.. new fruit and

that the Commissioners are dashing headlong into a new Place Your Order Now
courthouse construction program. As stated time and again FRESH

such plans would be definitely "long range." It does mean, SWEET JUICY I '
however, that they will not be pressured into a stopgap For Lloyd's Fla. Grade A TOMATOES i I BANANAS 4 i

adding-on program that would solve nothing-for more fl''

than four or five years, that is-and would be as expensiveas TURKEYSMeat ORANGES
such programs always turn out to be. Basket SOcl r
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We would hate to see Starke re-enact the mistake that 1'c'

was i made in Gainesville, where a modern monstrosity was 1
constructed on the present courthouse square absurdlyout SpecialsSTREAKOLEAN Red
of keeping with the old building which still remainsin x> i1
use. Now the mistake is realized but the Alachua Commission '

has sunk too much money in the"eye sore" to aban- WHITE BACON ..b. 29 14iirL' I.CALIF. GRAPES

don it and build an entire new courthouse plant in another I I I I LARGE HEAD
bcation. I NECK BONES 2 Ibs. 2 9c I I .. _

We agree, that any, courthouse move here should be 2 Ibs. '
taken with (, LETTUCE '
extreme deliberation-and. we believe that is r : : .
just what our (Commission intends to do. RIB & BRISKET STEW lb. 29 I

LEAN : 1.Dozen 15cj.. 29c i \ 2for29c I

PORK CHOPS lb. 39c .

,. nORIDA'PtBUHBED OLD aT.EAT. 1871 WKKKLT CONTIXOC8L1ODCB NEWS.JPAPEB CHUCK ROAST lb. 49 Oscar Carter .. Fruit & Vegetables I i Fi Fi i

Patirlea Earn Ta.... ... EMrtt m* $ee..d c.... flatter i
at tk. PMt Office .l .tar".. ..... .*4r Act *f Mar. ft Ufl iJ iJt ''i PORK ROAST lb. 39' I On- Road 225 Phone ST 2-3174 i!

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I r 47.31Sick.. Almond Crunch Apple Pie MAYOR'S COURT .'

. ...... ..,r.' .- A Starke cab driven; 39yearold I' A.Sure ,: .11"
t Shirley Delaney 6.rter. pleaded Savings AT
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Tornadoes I '. '' s.;. f' Ii ."-
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I .i : I guilty in Mayor's Court Mon- "V Robbins'a
",. 11 ,.$..;J_ .\ : day to charges .of selling.pto n- I

f j First Game i 1',L", ,,'. \:7r ,n\' .. ,:; .f, i,, shine. : V ..

drop I V sentenced Mayor W.Carter T. [to Billy a] fine Jackson of V. I PRE- CHRISTMAS" -

$77.50 or 15 days in jau. The I Shopping Headquarters VV VV
, basketbaflers. hampered cabbie had been I ; .- .
I tornado i idi suspected for ... ,
IfcKfto16 flu dropped their first Fellowship Club iI I some time Police Chief Riley I -
}i- gape of the. 1960 season 47-31 Views PaintingAt Sweat stated, and was arrested by! ForPractical: DRESS., V ,'
Tuesday night in Macclenny to Officers Cornelius Moor and I \
Biker County's Wildcats. Tabernacle Millard Johns after police had i, Gifts .
;With four of his first five _V .
t players an agent purchase half pint of :
Members of the Friendly, Fellowship I .1 ,, '
'stricken with viruses, Coach shine from him. ,
Carlton Koch's boys demonstrated Club, a group of elderlymen l.. t I Two Negroes were also sent-! .

,a'noticeable lack of aggressivenessin and women sponsored by the :.... ., ,.1'. i'' enced in Mayor's Court for posIsesion <
Senior Club of Mac '
their weakened WOIpan's > x7.- oJ SL
condition. Out i..j of
; a : moonshine. Barbara
I clenny, came to Starke by bus '" \ I
scored in every period but the I ,
, "to I Iv Jean Martin 20 and Calvin Whit-j
one day last week to view the "tit.i
third.'when they racked up 15';'! i.i field, 27. were both fined $102,501 j -
.S{ -r
I painting:, "The Feast of Belshazzar .
points to the Wildcats 10, could ; << I
: ;,:..., #.'If" 11 | or sentenced to 20 days ui jail' .wettna:
the '
at Gospel Tabernacle. I 'IiM' .
I, come close but could never overtake I',, o "--'" ,i for possession of moonshine whiskey ;;. ,
their first game opponents. This, group, numbering 35 members .Streusel topping-and crisp toasted almonds add a special j, !
none of them under 65
,Macclenny's.John'Watson' with flourish to an apple pie. This"Almond Crunch Apple Pie" is a !I I Police said the two arrested inI I w1'aX'
j 22 points for: the Wildcat high, years of age, brought their 'own delicious dessert Serve it warm or cold, plain or with a topping I| the Reno section :
when officers investigated -
lunch as this was a do-it-yourself j of whipped cream ice I
scored most, of their 47'' markers I i. or cream. I Ii 1
, after
i In the man-to-man defenses 1 I party. After viewing the painting. :i To make an "Almond Crunch Apple Pie," combine % cup I! receiving com-j: :' ,
, the. first 'half, the Tornadoes they enjoyed a picnic jspiead on :: brown sugar (packed), % cup granulated sugar," % cup fina- :'plaints' that the two had been '"" V ,
shifted to a zone fn the last half the tables in the Prisoner of War graham cracker crumbs, & cup sifted all-purpose flour % cup I j i arguing.I i iI VV
s.b.4 f
soft butter t
or margarine and V2 teaspoon cinnamon. Mix until.crumbly. i Other -
cases tried
annex of the Tabernacle. Pie- I I In Mayor'si t
and succeeded in WatsonI '
stopping Pare, core and slice 5 medium-size cooking apples. Arrange -'
almost] Koch turei were taken after the luncheon ]i in i I i Court Monday were: : ,! .
I said. But th? coach pastry-lined 9-inch pie pan.Cover apples with sugar-butter '
, stated, the flu took its I players' too weakened was enjoyed.The .I! minutes. Sprinkle top with %cup slivered blanched almonds and unauthorized person to drive,,: ':. i ,
J to. shoot pr rebound accurately. club meets twice each': '!I bake 10 minutes longer,or until apples are tender. Serve warm or I 1 i: guilty but sentence suspended until -! ,. *
cold, topped with whipped ice if desired. Hakes: 88' ,:i
cream: next
or cream week.
month in the !
I jfj) Marion Cottie's eight points was Macclenny' Woman's'CJuh (9-inch( ) pie. I I .41
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1 hkh for the Tornadoes, while and, entertainment is provided t Carolyn. Kelley; driving without { '1 .
y Woody Strickland'1, !and! Franklin alternately by various clubs ,I i i license, guilty but sentence sus-j I :
y Tdmlinson had seven each Tom- and churches of that community. : All Local Bills i must be advertised in a newspaper -j I spend until next week. i, r' E f
' Hnson. playing! standout ball in, The members are looking for- '" for 30 days prior to presen-I Clarence Summer, disorderly I I II I V.
I the'first hlghschool ball game although ward to a big Christmas party on i.Must Be Filed i j tation to the Legislature, will haveto I conduct costs of $6.50. And Up .,
"I a senior; led,theTorna- Dee.! 20. The group also does,1! Prior To Session I I start the advertising n> later I Alvin Jones, Negro disorderly I
does in rebounding with 16: some charitable work, such as than Feb., 28. All counties will} conduct by entering building I
Strickland:! and Tomlinson along making quilts to sell and using'! Florida counties must go to' have to start work on proposed I{ without owner's permission fined : Sizes',,< 5-52 ,:'." ",
I with Emory Eunice and' Jimmy the money for various ,projects. I work earlier than usual this year j legislation earlier than usual in I{, $37.50 or seven days in jail. ".. '",
I Rtalone the four I I' order to meet the March 28 filing Thomas Fred Woods public intoxication ,
were virus stricken Ion the preparation of local bills j I Values To 14.95We ;.. : :
players*. Koch said, ,.Guards Five Baptist Choirs jto I be presented to the 1961 ses-i; deadline. $27.50 or five days. \'" ti : -f ",, :, ; ..
; ]&arion Cottle and 'John _Reddish I Scheduled To" Give I jsion of the Legislature which:' I II I
failed to report for practice Fri Ii I ,
meets in Tallahassee in April. j i t, <:" '-
day and Koch suspected them to Christmas Cantata I' Under the new rule, all bills' y' .
be-111 also.j'Starke 1 local in nature must be filed: II i Smith. Corona and Remington : : : :
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also lost the junior varsity Five choirs of the First Baptist I with the Chief Clerk of the Houseof i tl; \\7 .. ::0>
: contest to the. Wildcat's B- Church, comprising around 80 Representatives by March 28, jjPi J ( V V Give V ..
squad by one point 35-36. David voices will present a musical pro- :one week before the opening of 1 : V -, .
I Ingram was hlh.for the Baby gram, "The Heart of Christmas" ; the session. Local bills are those \ TYPEWRITERS Ji ::.; 0Jil1: ;:' .

\ Tprnadoes with,13- points. at the church this Sunday night ;that deal only with one municipality -' kN! :: -r. .. :.: Merchants Green Stamps1ROBBINS'
:Starke -' Eunice: 2-0-4; .McKinney -I at 7:30 o'clock. Choirs taking partin or county, or a group of'' PORTABLE i! 1d i; "" t .. ::." .,. .
1-1-3; Strickland., 3.1.7; this unusual program are the ';similar counties., r I r ,
Tomlinson. 23.7Cottle, 2-4-8: Celestial. Cherub Carol, Concord,\i The early filing, of local leg- I SOLD ON .., ..
Malone, 1-0-2; Nazworth '0-0-0; and Adult, all under the cLrection i i islation[ is,designed to relieve the | EASY TERMS
I Reddish. 0-0-0; Dankel. 000. of Mrs. Lex Green. 'logjam of bills presented at each f
i Totals! 11-8-31. The pageant will be narrated by 'I session, and provide more time i ..
\ Macclenny -fi Bennett" 0-1-1: the pastor, Rev., Leo Hebert and for consideration of general' bills I III gym! ,
Milton o-l'-l: :" combs, 0-0-0: Miss Charlene Hardy will be accompanist affecting' the entire state. : School Supplies
Watson, 9- -22.- Thomas, 2-0-4; Dr,..,Calvin Houpt will II In addition to early filing :of I II i it, :
R oden. 2-0-4: ttvl'ins.lo2) : ,be soloist. I local bills,. the legislators havedecided I I II : ,
Yfcrbrough, '3. -t373Totals1713. '; The public Is cordially invited not to ,consider any bills I 1I .
47..' t I to enjoy this Christmas musical local in, nature after the first 30 I Bradford Cou:nty Telegraph i I .

Score by quarters; I Give the Bradford County Telegraph days of the session without spe- ':
S'arke 7 ]5. 9-31 -i cial approval of the Rules Com V liThe Store of
for Christmas. .
$3' a year.A
r, Mnorlennv/ 2 J2 10 13-47 gift that will be enjoyed 52 I mittee. Phone \i'O, :4-3101 Values'r
I Referees Billy Cooper and Billy weeks. The affect of this new rule is ,
Park.: local that .
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ONE 20" ONE 30" .,. $19.95 Now $39.95 iJ
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REFRIGEQATORj-.now( 18976 t Reg. : $121.75 ONE USED 20"( .T

_REGULAR $229.95_. i Now, '$. 840 Now, -,_ .> $88.97 Reg. $157.55 Gas Space Heater Electric Range .
V (One Year Old) ,
N ow = -' $108.64
Cool Top 20,000,BTU
il REFRIGERATOR- now $$378 ONE ,-. ',. ONENEW And Your Old Range-Gas Or Electric In Working Only 20.00
V,. ". ., '- !f"N "< KELVINATORAuto. '. KELVINATOR. Condition. _.At, "Only I $04"00' d 11
REGULAR $499.95 s
I' "- ,Washer Wringer ,Washer ONE USEDCOLDSPOT .
: W Automatic. Defroster And Large Bottom Free- '. ,
'. ,.!" 10 FT.Refrigerator .. ,. : ONE USED
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TABLE MODELS TWO NEW 12" OSCILLATING FANS Two Repossessed Air Conditioners ti \ ,-,

NO W 59.95 1 New RCA Whirlpool Vacuum Cleaner Reg. $29.95 t Be Ready For Next Sum- .

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Table Models New .1'

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, '- Tabasco Sauce 'I'II t I Beach Subdivision-- on Santa Fe

Christmas Colors Dessert 1 i is I Dunking Land Sales !i Lake, 13000.

A. R. J.
Randolph to Elizabeth

i Given, Starke, parcel of land,

Total $$72,500 2.800(
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Terwillega R County; to Jean fMrs. AdrainJ

i5. I [Continued from Page 11 Travis, Keystone Heights, lot oa
; Bedford Lake and also one acre
yx Y tin,'
at ; .- ing Subdivision $5.000- of land $6500.

MOTORSCheck rl k I Is. I A. L Green Jr., Starke. to A. OVfcttGREENBAPTIST'
: t P1F I
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Tr a j
I S. Green Starke. 20 acres ofj I CHURCH .

{ r 1 I land $2.300.Heirs I Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach

1, F of Nat Williams, deceased, mg 11 al: m. Training Union 6:30

1 ( : i'R I to Willie Welch, Starke a lot in I :a. m. Preaching 7Sff p. m. PraywMMlne

These Nat Williams Subdivision 2800.1 We4rasda 7:39: p. m. -
1 Wednesday RiN study. T'SO(
a, d I Fred B- Taccia, Starke I to Charles --
{ I PJn. Jos. E. Norman, pastor.
Guarria Starke parcel of!
1 xy sue. I II
l d 4k 5 I I II land $3,500.Bryon '

USED I T. Niblack, Columbia I'Yes Just Buttons g"Fv

4 de d P I County to Arthur R. Wheeler 9S *
f, I I Melrose. residence in Indian

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It's not a party without canapes-and the simpler the canapes, :-.-: '- l\1 '
There both artistry in food and decoration when a handsome 1 Men love
the better,from almost every standpoint dunking sauces;
CAR eggnog Bavarian cream comes to the holiday table. The raised 1 and here's one to whet men's appetites and make them appreciate I
fruit design created by the dessert mold container is painted i your culinary skill A variation of New Orleans famed remoulade,
Christmas red and green with vegetable food coloring. it owes much of its zest to Louisiana's Tabasco,and it goes wonder Gift Boxes
", The beverage blend of milk and eggs that is commercially bot- fully well with anything from humble potato chips to more elegant :
f; tled eggnog provides the ready-made custard base for this traditional shrimp,cauliflower buds, or celery sticks Easy to make too, thus:
;tl holiday dessert Whipped cream goes in for added richness
and smoothness. Then unflavored gelatine gives the dessert its '. Sauce Iberia
;t BARGAINS design while at the same time guarding the light, velvety texture 1 cup mayonnaise 3 tablespoons very finely
so typical of chiffon and Bavarian cream desserts.. V2 teaspoon dry mustard chopped stuffed olives Oranges Grapefruit
/ teaspoon garlic salt 3 tablespoons very finely
,'"- Molded Eggnog 1 tablespoon anchovy paste chopped gherkins I Guaranteed
: : 2 envelopes unflavored % teaspoon nutmeg, optional 1 I f W teaspoon Tabasco 1 teaspoon very finely IV Fast Express Delivery
gelatine 4 teaspoons rum flavoring, 2. tablespoons tarragon vinegar chopped onion I
2( % cup sugar optional I 1'tablespoon chopped parsley I II The Best in Christmas Gifts >
1 quart bottled non-alcoholic 1 cup heavy cream whipped
mustard salt, anchovy
I Blend with mayonnaise garlic pasta I II
eggnog I and Tabasco. Stir in vinegar. Add remaining ingredients and mix i From Florida
Combine gelatine and sugar in top of double boiler. Stir in 1 cup I well Serve over lettuce wedge, or seafood salad, or as a cocktail I
of the cold eggnog. Place over boiling water and stir until gelatine i dunning sauce for shrimp cauliflower buds or potato chips.
Great and sugar are dissolved Remove from heat; add remaining egg I Yield: 2 cups. I TREE FRESH FRUIT
If additional is desired add and !
nog. flavoring nutmeg flavoring. f
Chill until mixture mounds slightly when dropped from a spooa. in such fields as automotive repairs DIRECT FROM THE GROVES .
z Fold in whipped Turn into 6-cup mold with fruit design I ?
cream. a ; I' track vehicle repairs, radioschools i CHURCH OF CHRIST
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Pre- chill until firm. Unmold. Put few drops desired food coloring in
small mix with small amount water. Use small paint brushto (i machinist, welding, supply -
cups; I Sunday: Bible classes 10 a.m.: We place order early
outline fruit design on mold. Return the gelatine dessert on clerk, ..ooks etc. Application with the Lord's i i suggest you your
its serving platter to the refrigerator and keep, chilled until dessert ,is made through the parent unit,I I Assembly Worship Assemb-
Supper, 11 a.m.; Evening
time. Yield: 10 servings. and Guardsmen attend the same I 1
i j.y Worship, 6:30: p.m.
,. used on their property, she stated.In I school as Army personnel. Tuesday, Ladies Bible class, 7 BOWLING% PRODUCE MARKETACROSS
i "The National Guard offers a
Power Rates Okay this way, Mrs. Johns said, p.m.
the city could provide many more real opportunity to most seniors Bible classes, 7:30 THE STREET FROM SETZER'SiK
sewer services.: I!in high school In that the training Wednesday
SALE! they receive will help them in, p.m. Bill Simmons, preacher.MEMORIALS .
CouncilChairman J. D. Doyle TN v rsv qTs s crvvj! 1.
Council SaysContinued whatever field they enter-regu-
agreed with the lady councilmanthat j i -
I lar service, ROTC at the Univer-,
city-bought sewer pipe to goon
sity, mechanics, office work

[ From Page One] soon a have customer's to be a property thing of will the many others," Lt. Drew F. Red- WANTEDR.relief work.. X. or 4 days L. P. a X. Nursefor week.
plan ahead of time on what pro- past. dish. He, Executive also pointed Officer out, commented. that the- Sell It Rent It Trade : Doctors Hospital tfchg

1953 Dodge 150-00 jects and where the money available aids them FOR !SALE S room .concrete blockhouse
would money paid Guardsmen bath, carport large screen
go. Ordnance Unit considerably in meeting their WITH TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED porch, 2 additional bedrooms. 2
"Not many 'hi!!' businesses can school expenses. Lt. Reddish en- blocks from school. Ideal locationfor
New Paint home and business. U. S. 301,
pay as they go, Johns said, "But Of listed in high school, attended j Starke. Contact owner, phone Waldo

most have long range plans to ROTC at the University of flori- AND RESOLTTTIOSg ___ .___. ___ 4 O.t. ret _.rf. Hohart 8-tm. Mrs. Studer., Up
meet th ir goals." Works On -
TankContinued da, served with the Army in WORDS OR LESS. O.e U ertlo a (1iIal..r Charge) -- Jl I j ISO FOR RENT .- \Ice 3 bedroom
"This is the only town in the 20 II
unfurnished house Refrigerator In-
1953 Hudson Jet---- Alaska, and Is now with the unit i i I
'|150.00 state which pays for th, pipe 1 ADDITIONAL WORD OVER _?_ _.._, 4e Per W.H j jT i cluded. $50 month. Call.WO 40393.ltp
again. BACH
when it Installs a sewer on a person's [ From Par One S0% DI COrNT.O:; REV R% ''rVSERTIOMS SAMrt AU |I II
i PAID I!*' ADTAHO FOR SALE -PreedlnK age." regis.
Fordor Good Condition land. Mrs. Ruby Johns ceive, and they 'also have a retirement | S8e ADDITIONAL FOR HUN :"If red Angus Bulls.: Price ..reall'nI *

said. The ,city needs a new policy plan for "members) Esterbrook Pen-Ball Points-I SEWING MACHINE CO. FOR SALE Shell house and lot. I I iabl.*. Doyle_ (}o nn PI'. WO 4.4501.tf.hr
whereby customers would help Guardsmen may' attend service Cartridge and regular filL $1.95up SALES AND SEUVICE Cedar Landiftg desirable, Ocala National '
pay for the expensive sewer pipe Telegraph.IT'S Sewing machine, Vacuum cleanersand Forest. UD1Psites.I'. House 'Trailer For !Sale )lodel, 1)57
schools to further their education at Bradford County service all Liberal terms. T. F. rum.4tthg
llshers.'e Great 27 ft. S ft.
Floor 1!-%% Lakes long by<
1956 Ford Station make sewing machines: FREE PICKUP I wide. Location Highway 235. 4
595.00Wagon ---- : AND DELIVERY. Write 40% N. FOR RENT: Upstairs apartment,. miles north of Brookef at the home
; Marion St Lake City, Phone furnished. Convenient and comfort of Russell (C.reen. Owner Donald
I BOA vv' tfchg able. Cot. Washington and ..GrantStg. .I welch, Rt-.' 2 Box 113, Lake, Butler' ,
V-8 Real Value TALI.JMIUY 1 I Phone! LE 3-2iltl.:! Stchg:! ';.Fla. Phone HY I-UU. ttchg

RICK*. JR. FOR RENT 2 bedroom nicely
furnished house with carport. For
concrete concrete
Ready miL
FOR couple or with an Infant child. Inquire -
Home Repair Docks RootRepairing. {I Ii cones., fence posts, sand cement at 72) :i. Thompson St. Itp
ILLEGAL 4tchg 12-15 Motor mis. rock steel, oyster shell

1955 Olds 88 Fordor595.00Automatic i I Limerock VTO4-2521, and Bradford Roof Gravel.EngineeringCo. Phone I SYLVANIA TV's

WE HAVE a new lon program for tfchgCALL
farmers. Loans of 1 to S years. I Sales A Service
for the entire credit requirements Jackson for top fill dirt,
Radio & Heater of the farmer and his fam bulld zing and grading. W. T. STARKE RADIO & TV
\ily. Gainesville Production Credit Jackson. WO 44011. tfchg Phone WO 4.8511
Association, UO North Main
,I Gainesville, Fla. tfch" I FRIGIDAIREAPPLIANCES

For Any Person or Persons to Engage in I RADIOS REPAIREDAll '(New and used FOR Building SALE Supplies

1958 Ford Tudor HOMOLight I Hake AU .... I Drive way pipe, 15' lengths, $I.n T
teaeo.able Chance r- l .ra.te.* per toot. See Billy Jackson Jack- PEYTOW) FLORIST
"HF..IIERnRADIO. TV. son Pullding Supplies. tfchgKOLDRV 110 H. THOMPSON ST.

412 E. Call Inmaa St.Greet Phone Owner WO 4- *H I OPPOItTl'''IT\ SIGHT PHONE WO WO 4-41U
Blue 4.381
or WO 1-122
Only Business Under Fictitious ,
Name Unless Starke FU. I Select PIANO your SALE Christmas piano early WH WIRE DI8TI.VCTIVH FLOWERS fLOWERS AXYWHERB'

from our large stock. Xo payment '
COLONIAL FLORIST I, until 1961. You cannot beat our tfcba
P. T. D. Florist in Starke. .
Only : prices e>r terms. Drop cardor Ph.FKank4in BE

1955 Ford Fordor V 8. 34500; t\ The Name Is Registered WO Flowers 4.191 all !>wired occasions SOU East any locally.Nona place\ St.Flowersfor Phone tfchg{I I Ave.CENTER., 6-4145 Calnesvllle: collwt 1025V.Fla.today.. University THEMTS1C1 all that ROOK PRACTICAL through will EXCYCLOPEDIA.help life.you Give and GIVE your A WORLD 1 family(.GIFT A,

I FOR REXT-Furnished apartments FOR SALE 1953 GE automatic Payne, P.ox 10:1:, phone WO-4-STJ4.
Light Green Reasonable rates. Near I washer. !ood condition. Terms or Stche' U-is
WO 2011
shopping center. Phone I at 1J59 W Blanding St.
Cash. See
or call at 21J S. Cherry St. (Shell ''or call WO 8-2481 after 5 o'clock. Dressmaking of all kinds, also re-
Read This Florida Law I Oil Co. Office % PWOODS' 1215I weaving. See -Mr*. Phlpps at 307 W.Lafayette '
_. > ,.:. tfchg'I St. or call WO 4.6471.
'y.i' : THE INTER- 8t chg 1-19
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j i LOST Brown and tan gentleman's -
1195.00 miles west of Palatka Florida.
I I15! billfold
II I UPHOLSTERY WORKS Lake Chipco and East Lake Just Wednesday in vicinity -
I 1& of Koch's. Contains drivers license -

Fordor V-8 Fordmatic I "It shall be unlawful for any person or persona. u defined herein, to 710 Lemon St. PaUtfea off Highway Lots priced Xo. 20.from Restricted$1500 100'Lake -to and return and etc.to Finder Bradford keep County money ,
One-third Down-6 centon
Furniture Repaired UPholstered $ per
i engage in business as herein defined,under a fictitious name as herein defined I unpaid balance-Terms to quit. Telegraph. UpWAXTED

Radio Heater Power I without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the I & Refinished 'Only 28 Lots Available. Open Sun-
Steering One owner 1 days From 1:30 p. m. for your con- Painter, who would paint my home,

I tlerk'of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business MATTRESSES REBUILT venience.C.. J.MPETE". O'CONNOR I 21! coat im-h white Admiral paint Television In exchange yet cost for

I is. with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an af. 1 New Innersprings 1 Real fictate & AppraUal Service |2%5. plus aerial 'Ol't $27. All In
!I Keystone Heights, Floridai fond condition. Write. Phone or
1955 Ford Ranch W.% 495.00 fidavit signed by all interested persons, 'stating under oath the names of I and Bos Spring i i Ph..ne-4 4J97.: tfchg Call.
Us a Card or Call
all those interested _in the business enterprise, the extent of the Interest Drop FOR REXT Furnished! cottage Rt 1 Box 1S5Keystone
PALATKA EA 5.9168 j' for bachelor. Attractive and conven- Heights! Ph. 42SO
V-8 New Paint of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carried !I'1 lent. Desirable neighborhood. $45.00 Itchg
Mrs. WO 4-5744. tfcbg
mo. Renner.
STARKE WO 4-5934 :
oh. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring i FOR SALE, Barbell Sets any
SIRS. ,PEGGY SHALLEB, Starke ii i New and Used Circulator Heaters. size" for half the price they would
f to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or (| Sold serviwd and re-paired. Jim c<>ft YOU elwewhere.\ 170 lb. set
Agent Hayes Heating and Air Condition 13 O.0It, 16 Ib. set $!4.00 Extra
j their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four I I Keystone Heights 4692 or :57:. Plates lIe per pound. Contact Coach

THESE CARS ARE PRICED i (4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as:defined by law i In the county FOR boa...SALE Hardwood- 3 floor.bedreom Beautifully block ''! tfchg Hum at WO 4- 091. 4tp 1-!!

I where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not'be laadM-aprd. PnlU and .taide Bar-i FOR S.LEor will swap stove FOR REXT Nicely furnished,
i broe Pit. Priretf I* selL 1113 Pratt i and box and other household fur- clean 2 bedroom house. Contact
'I 'accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of Iii.. Pfcone WO 4-5191: .r MO 4-5211.I I niture for built-in kitchen cabinets. )[ra. Stone at Kerb's Drug Store.
f fi tfebg I Phone KevHtono" Height 4331 Itohg tfcha-
i such publication. I
NEVER TOO LATE TO JOTS Small furnished apartment for
TO SELL I EVENING CLASSES for adults. All -I rent. See A. C. Williams William I
subjects. Credit if wanted. Write I Jewelry Couple only. tfeheLOST
Director, Pox 1190, Starke, or call j jI
Small dog black and
WO 4-207Jr or visit Adult Educa-
I brown bobbed 'tall 2 front teeth
tion Office, USO Bldg. for addi-I I lurotrude.
Answers to name of Fris
tional information Negro adults ; ky. In neighborhood ,of Hill Crest
DO N 'T If are, engaged business under name contact principal PJE School tfchg I "r fake Geneva." Reward. Phone
DELAY you any
FOUND ..... Horse Sunday Dec. 11. I 41il Mm W. B Pawi >n. Hi|>.

Owner may claim by proving own-. FOR .RENT -. Two furnished cottages
ership and paying for ad'and board.V. I at Hellbrenn Springs. %Z5
other than and have had this R. Smith. WO 4-1S5J: Itchg each J. T. QuIgley, phone WO 4n .
Check With your own, not name FOR SALE OR RENT House R1 or WO 47111. Itchg

trailer. Can be moved to any lot or i
Take up payments on following:
will sell trailer and 100 ft lot
you eaqt 21 Inch T V R.:' C. A. Console $1150.

V Clyde Terwiflegar properly advertised and registered, we will be on White.hlway." INTRODUCTORY Phone WO %4-H51 t chg,. J.It-B.!!"t Complete Tee Service Philco Gift t Emerson Shop$19: 24 Westinghouse inch $10. $10 Dahmers,lt.hgDependable and

colored woman to care
OFFER Do-Mosa- for Invalid 5 or I days week. Must
j Pinning Bracing -

TODAY glad to give you all necessary Information as to Engraved Stationery Business ,I! mg -moral Cavity- Work TransplantingSapp' Tree Ret 7414.have transportation, Phon- WO Up 4- I

t WILL TRADE field tones at
500 Letterheads Kingslev Lake place for fill dirt to
s Tree SurgeonsPETE place there Phone GaInesville FR
what you should do. 500 Large Envelopes SAPP. Owner -541'. 4tfhg 12-23 I

: 500 Business Cards j! STARKE PHONE WO 4-39M1 FOR SALE :0' X r garwoodrunabout

Your AuthorzeeFord/ DealerIn FINEST ENGRAVING For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our powered with St h. p.
.' ..... Chrysler' Marine engine Make offer. t
: Agent Phone Gainesville FR I-54U.
., : ALL FOR 48.05 224 N. Temple Phone WO 4-3965 4t ehg l2-!* I

Bradford County ".. Plate Included Will the part who a few years '
FOR RENT Small cottage, furnlahed ago borrowed the book entitled I
.. BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH modern. Two beds clean, "Masterpiece of Music" please return i
; convenient. Telephne WO 4-C4M, 114 same to H. C. Brown, phone i
I R :' X Clark St. Up WO 4- OJSl. tip [

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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT I Cranberry-Grape; Dessert Salad Merc hantsThank for. its float presenting a tableauof HOSPITAL PRAISED mended with praise for they are

"The Birth of Christ." AND THANKEDAs often overworked and the hospital
Beta Sigma Phi sorority for its crowded. I found that:no matter
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy With Xmas Parade religious theme float, "Keep they come and go in Bradford what the conditions they are always -
3- Christ in Christmas. I County Hospital, where I the same. I have come to
Ozora. SheD 3k T t N. L. Woodburn chairman of I have been for the last few days: look upon the doctors and nurses
The mounted Sheriff's Posse;
the Starke Retail Merchants Association I have lot of people in and staff in general as my
......... &.&.&.&.&&&.&.a..a.&A..A."'&&&&&..... .. . .. .. . .. .. the High School Glee Club for its met. a
------- --- -------- expresses appreciationto many, many ways. I have come to friends. I am going to miss them
National Guard
caroling and the
Surprise Parties who gave very encouraging re- all individuals: and organiza- for tank; and jeep units; the High look forward to the visiting hours, all when I go home; also the
I I tions who helped: make the 19GO I and have noticed the expressionson many friendly people who drop into
Mrs. Allie Mae White gave a marks to the group. and gave a : School Band for. music; and Ken
I I cash donation to help the patrol Christmas parade asuccess. their faces-some happy some say hello.
surprise. birthday party for her'I I Prater, comic unicyclist.
mother, Mrs. Fannie Robinson,Ii,I group serve as volunteer truant Special thanks were extended Bradford Building Supply Inc. very sad. They come from all No matter where I am or whereI
to the following walks ''of life--some poor; some, I will remember
on Monday night at the cafe on: officers. Mr. Seeber Goodman was I thanked for providing the go, always
Brownlee Street. She has completed -t also praised by the group for his wr s Youth groups of the First was which Santa Claus 'with moderate means; but alwaysfor them as one great big family,
4 aIi truck
fire on
her !three-score and ten donation to this committee. Other I Christian Church for two beautiful rode:: into town- and, of course the same reason in common: and may God bless them all.
and citizen of I filing station owners are expected floats one depicting Angel -Richard Jones
years as a parent Santa was thanked for sparing sickness in one manner 0: an-
Bradford to to 'reply to this appeal in the and Shepherds, and another
County. According Room 111Bradford
I enough time to visit Starke to the other.
of the World.
future. We wish to thank "Light i
the guests and relatives in attendance near
with chicken dinners;;I' each of you in advance for re- : The Graham Baptist Church i delight I of local youngsters. I I The nursing staff is to be com--' County-- Hosplial.
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like that one she will continue to I turning the self-addressed, enclosed -I : a e
gain reasonable strength and live!j I stamped envelope to Prin- I t't

many more years. Cparatulations. !cipal Eddie Thompkins P. O. Box I ode y,

on your 70th birthday! C73. Dea. -Vasco Mitchell of Lincoln ,

On Friday night the I l City has joined this group., .
younger ..
social set expressed felicitations|1 I Lake Butler Florida, Consolidated I I Holiday time ia cranberry time with most American families. la ,) .:,<'. ... ,"
to Mrs. Frances Pierce, teacher at j High School No. II. will the past few years the making and serving of several delicious .; -'' ] '
RJE. in observance of her "Natal i present their annual Christmas Cranberry Souffle Salads during the Thanksgiving to New Years ; ...: .- EEIIIir.: .
Day." The motif was Christmas!Concert ,on Friday, Dec. 16, at 8 II ,season has become almost as traditional as the Little red berries ," .
themselves. Using the fast souffle method
can have the follow
decorations and all the trim-,p. m. The chorus is under the direction -I ing beautiful dessert salad ready to serve you in an hour and a half 1. ., '". ..
mings. The party was sponsored!, of David Nathaniel Jenkins from starting time <

by Misses Lillian Cummings,, assisted by Principal Ruth 1 pkg.lemon flavored gelatin 1 Mb. can whole cranberry .
M. Jenkins and Mrs. Williamson.
Dorothy Hall, and Juanita 1 cup hot water sauce j
Chandler, assisted by Messrs. Alfred -II, This promises to be a gala affair % cup real mayonnaise '*. 1 cup halved green grapes
Griffin and Edwin Robinson.j: therefore all lovers of good. music 1 tablespoon lemon juice

Other guests included many of;j jin Bradford County are invited to Dissolve gelatin in hot water. Add real mayonnaise and lemon .
the former students of the hon-'attend. The chorus will be dressed juice and % cup of cranberry sauce. Beat ingredients with a rotary
1 beater. Pour into
oree. This came as a complete!I j.in new robes that cost over $800 I for 20 minutes refrigerator, or until tray firm and about place one in inch freezing from compartment edge REFRESHMENT.

surprise to Mrs. Pierce on Dec. and any donation will be greatly I but soft in center. Turn mixture into bowl and whip with rotary '
9 and she wishes to express her" appreciated. The Union County I beater until fluffy. Fold in remaining cranberry sauce and grapes. ,
deep appreciation to each person: Teachers and Bradford County Pour into one-quart mold. Chill until firm (about one hour). Uni .
I mold and garnish with salad It
Serve with a
greens. dressing made by
celebrated pre-Christ-
I involved for making her 1960(Teachers
combining y2 heavy cream (whipped) and
%cup real mayonnaise .
J birthday a very happy one. mas with a joint party on Wed-I Yield: 6 servings _. .t:'.
Christmas Party : nesday of this week. All reported -
a delightful time. \j DE : :. ':. '. ,
RJE held
The Class of
Junior Bill McRae Named ..
CHURCH NEWS .. :': "_,. ,. ,; -
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their Christmas party in the cafe- dues so that the pastor will re- ] :-\ '
torium on Tuesday. A delicious I. Allen Chapel A. 1E.. Church, ceive his full salary. Junior Worshipful Master .t-

menu was served that included; Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor, will church and choir each Monday at ', Of Masonic Lodge .".. .. J .

turkey and all the trimmings. J observe pastoral day beginning 5 p. m. Parents are asked to send i 1, .
Citizens Committee I with Sunday School at 10 a. m.,I children to rehearsal each day)|I Bill McRae was elected Wor- EOR: '

The Citizens Committee for the SuptFannie B. Frazier in!so that the program on Christmas I II!I.I shipful Master of the Starke Ma- .- CHRISTlVIAS' ,

:Betterment of Youth met,in the charge; 11 a. m. morning wor- night at 6 p. m. will be a success.;'! sonic lodge in the annual election ,

science room at RJE with Chairman ship; 6 p.m. evening worship. j We are praying for a speedy re-4 i! of officers held Monday ,

Eddie Thompkins! presiding. All members that find it impos- I icovery of all our 'sick in the com-! night. Merritt W. Williams was '- : ... .
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Guests included J. D. Doyle,i i sible to attend services are askedto I munity. Girl Scout meeting will elected Senior Warden, and D. '" ,

I chairman of the City Council,' contact class leaders and pay ,' not be held during the school i I C. Rigby, Junior Warden. -- ,
Christmas holidays. The next regular -I i A. N. Holliday, treasurer, and V :, .
meeting will be Jan 5. 'Gene Long, secretary, were reelected !VA
Mrs. E. J. Givens reporter to their offices for another : _

Bradford Building Supply Ebenezer Baptist Church, Rev.E. term. Other officers will 'be l J v '\

D. Robinson pastor, will hold appointed.The ." .-. V
services all day Sunday. The gen- next regular meeting of r .
eral public is invited to attend. the lodge will be held Tuesday '<,r .
Offers You A Big Selection Of We regret the illness of Pleamon night, Dec. 27, instead of Mon /

Albert who was hospitalized dur- day, Dec. 26. New officers will :1b .
ing the week. His mother and be installed at that time. < '-

sister are still on the sick list. We >.

wish for all a speedy recovery. Prison Christmas
-Ranell English reporter.
RJE HONOR ROLL Program Scheduled .

The following 80 students made

the Honor Roll from grades 1 The public is invited to enjoy

through 12: the annual Christmas program, I Ii
Cynthia Yvonne Broxton Gail presented by inmates of the Rai- i
Parker Rand 1P1;""'c"U 'Tyson, ford State Prison at All Souls !c cF

Linda Ann Legette, Willie Doister, Chapel,-:.Tuesday. Dec.. 20,',at"7:30. 6' I .. I
Shirley Ann Pete, Jacqueline p. m.. '

Moore, Janice Kelly, Dorothy This year the Chapel Choir is I IJ
FOR THAT Wilson Mary Ann Bass, Tommie performing in, an original juay!
Bennett, Dennis Cohens. Legertha with music entitled "No Roomat
Griffin Helen Holly. Edward The Inn." The play tells the
DO IT YOURSELF MANWe Hankerson Kenneth Tyrone story of the Nativity as:/seen,

Turner Willie Ester Davis Janet through the eyes of the Innkeeper -,+
McCullon, Genora Hays, Linda of Bethlehem. The entire pro- r q

Joyce Mathews Pearlean Dean, duction has been written, directed,
Have A Complete Line Of All Type Vera Jean Marks, Ray Edward staged, and will be performed by

Tyson, Pamela Gail Davis Ed- inmates of the prison.

Hand Tools ward O. Smith, Beatrice Crum, %, a' -==T_ x_= = ++ '
Mary A. Wade, Deborah Marshall,
Sandra Williams, Norma DeSue
Jo Ann Banks, Rudolph Hudson,
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Gloria R. Hudson Geraldine Ty -tt

I Wonted Electrical Tool son. Barbara McCollum, Gwen- ,''ca'J f. .l y 1 ,
: dolyn Collins Jackqueline Marshall "" JIO.V _

Marion Jenkins, Maxine

Electric Saws Odums Lewis Mabrey, Shirley :
Brown Annette Barbara! Shell

Electric Sanders 2 Sizes Beverly Ann Strong, Dottie Sue .

Chandler, Shirley Ann Durham, CHANNEL
Stanley Electric Saber Saws William W. Pierce m L'llie'Mae

Powell Samuel J. Strong Jr., .
Key Hole Saws MASTER
William Hampton Jr.. Ethel Lee :.
Electric Routers Jones, Leon A. Williams, Jr., 1V
Frank Wilkerson, Jimmie Brown, TRANSISTOR RADIO '
Jonnie i
Welding Torches Gwendolyn Robinson
Scott, Sonja Williams Mary Perdue
Electric Heavy Duty Builders Saws Robert Mack Betty Crum. :

Glory Edith Cummings, Sandra .,
Long Margie Leverson, Mary McBride z S yvI

Elaine Pinion, Leola .Houston -
Electrical Household Appliances Ruby White, Franklin Richardson I +

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Sunbeam MixMasters Stalls Mae Leathar Wanton I I

Robert Clark Cotes Houston W V V
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Frank Long, Chester Crum.
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da. Plaintiff vs. Joe Scarfone. 518 .
Florida.10th Avenue Defendant.,South St. Petersburg. $392'

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ..................
Notice is hereby given that I. P. .....-..... REG.U.S.PAL OFF. I
D. Reddish. Sheriff of Bradford ..
County, Florida under and by virtue cao.Wa +aw.....-....-.etirr51duR
Rem gton Single Bolt Action .22 of a writ of Execution heretofore HAS
Issued out of Small Claims MORE FOR YOU.
Remington Plastic .66 Automatic Court Pradford County, in the a- ataa
bove styled cause I have levied '
call "
upon the following property, to-wit: ;::: a
Remington Shot Guns One 1J57 GMC Truck B t rod CtnO p I

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named defendant, and that on the : -. .'.'' :
2 day of January 19(1. between the r- [
legal hours of Bale namely eleven ,'. :. ,-'- I
o'clock in the forenoon and two o'- f..r ,.. -. '. .
BRADFORD BUILDINGSUPPLY clock In the afternoon, on said day Studio & Gift Shop .to.-.' <, '; '.. ... r. ; :... !
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House In Bradford County. Florida ;.-.j \ r
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Scheduled Tonight ,: For Ea.W.DUrban November! Drought;

annual Christmas dinner I An organizational basketball: ,\ t1t. j In Lawtey ChurchEdward 'i Woods Still DryA ;. CEDARCHRISTMAS

for employees of Big Dad Manufacturing ..
meeting will be held tonight !; William
I Durban, 56, six-week "drought" was
Co., Inc., and guests, {'(Thursday) at '7:30 p. m. in the f* died Monday morning at his home broken Sunday when an average !! TREESFOR
'will be held at 1 p. m. Monday, !.'lSO. All persons interested in j I near.Lawtey as the result of aj I|i.7 inch of rainfall was measured i i
sec. 19, (in the plant East I heart attack. Born at on the November'
on !,playing. and organizations desiring I Lawtey i lover county. was ; SALE
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piowtjlee St i to -teams ti May his parents were I the driest month of the year so 1I i
sponsor are urged '
the 'late David and Estelle Williams -j'far I with an'average of only ten
cloae After for Monday ,the plant will !1 to have a representative present. I Ii Durban. I I hundreths of an inch recorded at Choose :your Tree while it's Still Growing Tag HInd -

Inventory. i I .' Mr. Durban was engaged in I the three Forest Service fire I i Pick-up when you're Ready to Decorate.
Jr farming most of his life, and towers in the county during the j
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was ,a member of the Lawtey! 30-day period. <
r j Methodist Church. I Sunday's rain brought relief \ OVER 1000 TO PICK FROM

..sx Surviving: are his wife, Jessie, to farmers who were experiencing j

MONEYWHEN I a Williams Durban; two daughters -I difficulty getting their young $2.00 And Up For Cut Trees ,
: Mrs. Idell Boyette. Valdosta strawberry plants off to a good I .
Ga., and Mrs. Betty Williams, start due to the drought. i
I Jacksonville; three sons, RichardF. I 1 The Forest Service said that !! FREE-ONE 12"-18" LITTLE RED
., Raymond E., and William L. in spite of the rain, there is still i I
danger from forest fires due to !
Durban, all of Lawtey; one bro I
ther, David E. Durban, Jacksonville the brisk winds and comparative ; I II
YOU I II _.J I ; five sisters, Mrs. Mary,j dryness of the woods. The public 1,: CEDAR-READY TO PLANT WITH
6 Rivers, Green Cove Springs; .11rs. was cautioned to, report all fires I
I Eva Shuford and Mrs. Mildred and plans for controlled; burning I EACH CHRISTMAS TREE

NEED i '. Carter, both of Lawtey; Mrs. to WO 42721. I
Laura HcGuinn, Lake BULler; and Five woods fires were reportedin I PURCHASED -
nil Mrs Annie Curlee, Jacksonville; the county during November I

IT ae1An and three grandchildren. with" a total of 31.4 acres burn- i!
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Funeral services were held at ed.
2 p. m. Wednesday in Grace :Methodist : Average total rainfall for the DON CHAMPION'S NURSERY .

easy-to-make version of the popular Italian dessert, Zabaglione Church with Rev. Troy first months of 1960 stands I
is a perfect choice for supper parties after the theatre or Wakefield, pastor, officiating. at 77.39 inches.Drawer PHONE WO 4-7285
LOANS TO $600For movies. This wine flavored custard, crowned with ring of deli Burial was in the family plot -in I 410 Short St. Starke, Fla.
cately browned meringue peaks will lend glamour and drama to Lawtey Cemetery under the direction Buttons
party menus and is sure to receive an encore whenever it is presented DeWitt 67
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TAXES and pie filling mix 2 egg cup whites j J Dance to.the ;I a aerac ae \a +a ac e \a 'tt 'tt 'ae a 'ae 'tt 'tt 'tt '<;i i .1

UNPAID BILLS 21/2 cups milk Dash of salt
2 egg yolks 4 tablespoons sugar Voice of_ Music I i
REDUCE CAR I Combine pudding mix and milk in saucepan. Add egg yolks and .JI
PAYMENTS I blend well Cook and stir over medium heat until mixture comes to ,
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Prompt With to touch and form a solid circle slightly smaller than serving dish.j
Bake in slow oven ((325'F.) until lightly browned, about,15 min v.
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Money ProblemsSTOP Place meringue on cooled pudding. Makes 4 to 6 servings. ,'" ?iE
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f Dsy-to-S i i Scissors,a jar of rubber cement,and brightly printed gift wraps ,.; I
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Ht&h Dame I Christmas cutups Object?Gift wrap murals like those shown here. ii console phonograph ,
Gins or I They're fun for youngsters and grown-ups alike,and inspiration is
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AMBabJ I paintings, fabrics, even real-life scenes. Automatic Record Changer with exclusive
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oh-so-even waves goes a small boat cut from gift wraps, and 4OO1I Phonic Professionally .
from its funnel comes a great cloud of smoke,expressed in a poof I cootrote allow you to adjustyour music
sew on"WHAT'S art UNET CBS-TV of white tissue. Crumpled papers of many patterns create the mottled j j. the My it sounds,best to yoo!.Powerful
three dimensional effect of a rocky shore, and at left a light high-fidelity stereophonic speaker-
We have full Line of Sunbeam I house guides passing ships. Tissue makes clouds, 1004 and rubber -. system 120-watt dual-channel amplifier; Slade Gas of
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iI view beneath the waves.Base again is pressed wood covered
I this time with satin finish gold foil taped to the back!Sketch fish
Christmas Gift. on tracing paper, and cut out for patterns The secrfi, in this instance Ll theV'aceOor M tasatdSTUDIO For Fast, Dependable, And Economical Service On I
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I f'I 1 I have my Gabby dog tied out- I: ','Chea. er ,$y :the Dozen" was \ '
side. Digger is asleep in a bed at''presented by the Senior Class of .
I I my feet.: Don has gone to New- :: BHS in the auditorium last Fri- << ,' ,

J castle to deliver I have .,. .
gas. my .
Wherein we will celebrate south of us. As yet we have net ;! day night.With "" '
Christmas with song and presents had but a few snowflakes. woke washing and ironing done. We all the action taking .. / '' '!

II a tree with lights, and a heart up early this morning and so buried a man yesterday' that had I.: place in the living room of a :; :
full of memories. : much frost in the air I thoughtit I hung himself on a deserted farm- American home, the efforts g gg
i west of here. He had "typical"
way over
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This I was snowing. When I took the
! would keep forever in to solve i
111 :been there a month. He was a I of the Gilbretha t
my heart dogs walking I found it was only
Among the things the ruthless, frost. Our little town is decoratedin : drunkard and it ruined his life. ;, their problems and keep some
He was at one time studying to be semblance of order and .sanity in ..
years leave colored lights and evergreens. '- '
may !! a doctor. He did leave three nice
The glad excitement, wonder I They are putting a tree up in the ,II the household provided many. ,
: children. We just had a burial
and delight, square just two blocks south of laughs during the three-'acts
service and put him in the
Of Christmas Eve; ,us. They' again have the manger (1 That is I hate liquor.It Father Gilbreth was'played by
ground. why
This I would hold untarnished put up with Christ child, Mary,
through the years shepherds, and everything. At should be done away with. I,Russell Gilbreth by Raulerson.Betty Salmon.and Mother Others I Solve Your .Gift Problem f
Above all the sordid and sorrow
Although. the roads I take may I night it is lighted and: pretty. 1,| shines the star at Christmas time,i XT. the large cast were the Gil .
lead me far. I Have begun to get lots of the hope of the world and all of breth; children; played by Anita : Y.' .
" The radiant molten glory of the : Christmas cards and had a call i Alvarez, David Waite, Eddie
sinners. I shall look and
us up
light from my dear friends at Brooker, Malone, TomboSmith .
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and listen for the song of
From one white star. Florida, they have a telephonenow the angels, on starry nights.So I ., Annette Thomas, Mary '<< '' H" K.\
Never to lose the morning joy, and I was so happy to hear Mrs.
er, and Sandra Craven; '
And never the quick bright I I'J the voices of Edna Thomas, her for the New Year and all ; : Anne ""

' eagerness to give. I lovely daughter, Goldie, and son, I the days ahead I say a prayer: i Fitrgerald Matthews; Dr.the housekeeper Burton John Miller I. \y You end that i iI gI
God let my spirit somehow keep' Dwight. They wished me a Merry I "Dear' Father: day after day ; Cheerleader! Joe Scales ,, !fr can worry .

the shine Christmas. God; bless them! 1 we pray to Thee, knowing that Richard. pugger! ; Miss\ frill] ; i
Of Christmas while I In e. I like to think of my old school our wor.is'are often poor and !I teacher, Linda Cox; and Lang { AN. .

-Grace Noel CrowelL :I Clay Hill, and my last Christmasin 'wingless stumbling from our : (someone"special"*)," Marion' Cot- **r. about what to give Grandad
hearts like strangers. Yet we wait i
The above fits Florida. i I
poem just my We had our entertainment l.
wishes.! I have been in j for the time, when even our an-I tle.This j j
never a j i at night. A Christmas play, I successful production was _
silence will be touched 1<
i guish ; i
position where 'I dreaded Christ-I
and can recall walking! home under the direction of Mrs. Audrey .. j
mas. I still feel the spirit that I I after the play was over, and the ;i by healing glory, and we will be I Berger speech instructor; C RlFr. Husband Sweetheart(} and .
j had when I taught'children.. I keen, fresh air, the starry sky,)lone with thee in peace and joy. Mrs. Sara Whaley, technical director j; / (
still want to put up the tree, and the smell of the pine trees. 'I'Suffer us to be patient in the and ,Miss Norma< Conner, .

decorate have done.begun Packages the to house.arrive from This our and children are I have under -I Some with know stars trees the they seemed roads seemed have to be so changed close.I hung. |''us!* heavy they to are laden labor open days at and: the and we gates strengthen enter until the I, student; director. i.i.ilf( ; t ? the other Men Folks gGive i

: communion of the Holy Recent Birth
the tree. I did not make a and many things at Clay Hill, but !i i
fruit cake this year. Don does I I loved it as it was that last |: Spirit, by the grace of'our Lord r\r' MU 'f .t" ,
t I whose birthday we 'now{ Mr. and I Mrs. James G. Thomas \ "
not care for them so I have !Christmas. That was in 1945 and Jesus e: '. \ : AQuality
ceased 'to bother for myself. I [ in these 15 years my children :'celebrate.. Amen. :[ Starke. announce the birth of .' ;>, .
have my work !all well done and have grown and have their own i i It is the prayer of. a Morti- daughter Delilah Loretta on <<

this, morning I put4llghts on an I children going to school. Time :\I cian. We share 'the griet of all I'I'a 13. .at Bradford County HOs- 'rf' J
evergreen; outside at the north marches on! j people. When it comes time for pital. <<

side of the front entrance. Colored BAR-B-Q-Ribs-Bake ribs first t, us to be called I want them to: 'f ) Gift I
lights will be pretty at night.
without cover until brown: pour Have 'Made I i
sing "Halleuiah.
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Many homes here are thus made off grease. Add this sauce: Brown Tins. :j
lovely.No !; 1 onion chopped fine in 2 table- It.** So I say a Merry' Christmas., I I < Kyway write. Come In and se a .. ;I 8r

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f! I __ Taxpayers To The Of-1 The State Property State Of Florida Of Owners Florida And,: And The ,r \:\Y'; ;, problems when you gives an ,

1 Of The State
.... I Citizens And Of i Bradford County, Florida, .. unusual" and highly attrac- <<
Including'' Non-Residents Subject To Taxation OwningProperty i. :,. .:; ', '.f"
I Therein; All Property Owners Tat- '' decanter from
payers, Citizens And Others Having i : !: : ,
1" ew lot Claiming: Any fight Title Or Interest exPensive. .

i. Property Ip'Said County Therein, ,Or Or The Interest Taxable t \. ..... ; : .-..-... .\ stock: ,
Throu'ghTJle IL ..
| In Property To I:* Affected .>>,.'a. .' .... "
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Development ,
rte If su'nce Iy The Florida . tI .. .' -.
P 7k Commission, An AgencyOf ,' '" -.,-p"d'' '
r k 1 1f The Plate Of Florida. Of The t IL' '.;> ,'., >>
t Uevehue fiends Hereinafter More t" ;
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Particularly Described Or In Any t1 \
%"ay>ToTie; \ Affected Thereby r IrSome
!Touaid each of you the Stateof .
$ ljl I Florida, through the State At- ,'
1t r ,iornejii 1 of the Second Judicial Cir i

II.y tuft Judicial required of' Circuit Florida to of appear and Florida the before are Eighth here-this lines of Fancy Holiday Packages and Decanters; are already to J Jt.

f r Coat at 'Hhe Court House in Tallahassee -
r on the 5th day of

t' 9 f .;S, I i I cause i'gtltlua fII't'ftMn ynu January' have should, filed;-:bonds HI and"shov!why not, in at the therein granted ten the prayers cause o'clmk above,described if and of in titles any the the therevenue } ,,.j t.\I short supply and cannot lie replaced. Ask. about our Special Offering J'J'r

For The Fine Reception You Gave_ Us On Our Grand and"confirmed issuance$ proceedings thereof, said revenue be authorizing validated bonds to and the be1 I I \ in assorted d case quantities. i ,

Opening! V/e. Want 'You To Come Often! ,;I the Seven issued aggregate' by Hundred the sum Petitioner Thousand of One herein Dollsrpl,09,000) Million Ipl!t!' i ,

< ( to be designated
dated nuiubered, in denomination of, :\
ERVJN ANDREWS and to Mature as follows:. r.. *, ,
Development Commission 1
,FAYE ANDREWS Bradford"rl rld. County Road Revenue ,
Ponds" t<> be dated the first day, of J r '3
October >S60, numbered from 1 to Ii '

; PRIZE WINNERS AT OUR OPENING WERE- *>,s\v \ in 1,700:numerical, of.both 41,000 inclusive.order each, as and In follows to denomination mature, to-I;i| 1 1'wit .f lO % Above Cost On Case Lots Only J Jf J ,

MatA...t MatAMO. tritr I
First Prize-Mrs. Herbert 'ers-Electric Blanket rlty

Second 'Prize-:Mrs. J. H. Moncrief-Timex Watch .Date Date 1977 $60,0001T5'
If<3 $25,000 .
Third'Prize-Mr. Guy ;Andrews-tosmetic Set 5,000 HiS 60.000; w 1f
65.000' 1 -t
Fourth Prize-Miss Her. Chapman-Old Spice Gift Set 1J W6:3 30,004 33,010 1)79 19SO 6S.OOO

Winners of Whitman Candy-Mrs. J.. M. Edwards, Sr., John Stadd, m7 55,000 i9si ;o.eoo .
lU 5.010 199% 75,000
Carlie Mae: Triest. J. 0. Hanson, and Cindy Sherouse. ms 40,1100, ms 75,000 I II

71 1 IlI,71 72 fMW 45.000 43.0111986' 1J84 1985 S5.000 80,00 SO.OOO I j;,f IWF1N MONDAY THRU THURSP 8:00: ML TO 10:00: Pf I


WATCHES aggregating 197 1976 Seven| :55.000 Hundred 55,000 the sum 1990 Thousand 1989 of One lOS.OOOI'110.000( ,Dollars Million j ':,I FRIDAY_ & SATURDAY 8:00: .T4 11:30: P.M. J

:to CANDIES Ol.7PO.flOO), and bearing interest 1 .
payable semi-annually on
the first day of April and on the
Comb And first ,day of October of each year F. .
at the lowest rate obtainable when SUNDAY 2.i
Cosemetics CLOSED ALL DAY .
Brush \th \ same are sold provided that
such bonds shall not bear Interestat I' -
a greater,rate than six per cent :' :--
um (5r;) per annum, or to be sold ..
such price that the net interest \' j .j 3 3F
at :, '- :
Gift Sets *
Toiletries rI .
MILK SHAKES cost to shall the Development exceed six per Commission cent I .' ,' .

um (ilk) to the date of the respective S -

Christmas For The Price Of 1 Christmas ,. ticular bonds maturities appearing description thereof by of,reference a said more .par'I'' g-: : J

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said authorizing resolution" certified -j I Il I'F LONG RIDGEd
Tree Decora- Greeting l I_ copy made: of* which part uf.dtae I. attached Petition! to1nd I II

We Serve herein. This Rule Nbi is to be published -i
in the Bradford County Tele- .
tions Cards graph. Starke.. Florida, a newspaper!r .
SEALTEST ICE CREAM published in Bradford"County, Florlda .- .; .
and in the Tallahassee Democrat ;'
a newspaper published in Le-m
{County; Florida, in form arid manner j
PRESCRIPTIONS ARE OUR SPECIALTYRegistered as required by Chapter. 75.8S. ,
Florida -SUUil PAC
Done And Ordered at Tallahas STORE
Pharmacist on duty at all times. You can rest assured your see "Leon County Tlortda, Ws ;lth'
day of November. A D. 1160..
prescription will be promptly filled in our new, sparkling, clean, modern 1\. My WalKer .. .. ,' .. .
pharmacy. Each prescription is doubleiehecked for accuracy. WE FILL Circuit true copy Judge.A ,

'" I Ge*. D. Crawford

PHONE WO 4-2511 8y Clerk Leon David County.Circuit Lang Court Florida Jr., 'D. C. J 77 l:Miles, West of 'Starke on Route,, 700 Enroute to' Lake 'Butler f I

I hereby certify _that I"have furnished df-r-tl f 1-17
a ropy of the foregxti Rule} .
:Nisi to wtU.h attached a ropy!I ,
of the .Petition therein referred, to!I 4. ..
Andrews Drug William .HopVlns. State Attorney'tor J I ,;:. .? 'I I
the Second Judicial Cirtnit of : t0' \ .: .OWNED AND UPEBATEDBY-FRANK: LAFFAN f
the State, jof,FJ can. State Attorney far tb.f! Eijrhth j > ; 1
Judicial Circuit of the Stat#*&.f j t t

356 W. Madison Street -'In Winn-Dixie Shopping Center November.Fie eida. -Kym A. 44MI D. USS 4h4a..--HUh- lN.ilt-efJ : s t
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Special ServicesAt Evergreen Baptist I farm.. I I her first birthday last Sunday, t! ford County Court House, to the I in 10 da.vs. '
highest and best bidder for cash, i A. J. THOMAS. JR.
I I f A complete soil and water conservation with a cake decorated with one i beginning 3t 12:00 o'clock noon on SPECIAL, MASTER
PresbyterianFor Christmas Program I farm plan was prepared i I candle. Enjoying the occasion'! December 19. I960. A deposit of 'Holis V. Knight
;;;00.00 rash is the
$ required on Starke, Florida
for L. L. Norman. He has put with her were her grandparents, } successful t.id. and the bidder must Attorney fot, Plaintiff.
'Christmas The
CHURCH NEWS I Evergreen 'Baptist Church several of his fields into Pensa- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norman' complete payment of his bid with'I ..-8 2t 12-15
will conduct. its 'Christmas
pro cola Bahia pasture., After four or Mr. and Mrs. Minza Royal and
As part of the' observance of gram Thursday night. Dec- '22, at
1t j her parents and sister Mr. and
five years he plans to use those
Christmas this year the First I 8 p: m. There. will be Christmas I I
:Mrs. Gordon Jones and Carolyn. eliminate the
fields for row crops. One of the I "We middleman's profit"Vtltb
Presbyterian Church announces j'hags'for'all.., Everyone is, invitedto !
J best ways to build up land is to We are glad to report that Ed-
two special Christmas worship attend.' Stanley Crawford,
I PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS) f plant grass on it. word Norman is now able to re- !>
At The Tabernacle services ta which the entire community t ; One 'Quart t tlr
CHURCH Is invited. j I director turn to work after five weeks'iillness. !I F R E E Each
In the absence of the Sponsorat Sunday.School, it a. m.; MornIng j On Sunday Dec. 18, at 6 p. m.] I Ii ( Gallon One you buy. t

the Gospel Tabernacle last Worship, 11 a. m.; Evange the Junior Choir, under the direction II I r
UsUc services. 7:30 e
Sunday Johnson morning of North, Carolina Rev. W con E. "Come let us reason together." of Henry Greene will'present HEILBRONN i,' IB The. Florida CiTcuIt Court IB Chancery Of BradfordCounty. Prices Start at $2 qt. $:>.98 Gal. 4J

the Christmas story throughsong 'I Case No. 15-871
ducted the service. Mrs. Johnson Bin. Gordon Jones Roy Duggins, Plaintiff. vs. Elizabeth -
was present also and together St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. and the spoken word. This By l\1n. Harvey McCarthy ; Deitz. et al., Defendants. MARY CARTER PAINT STORE

presentation will take the place ................v......, NOTICE OF SALE
with her husband, rendered a Raymond fI'. MacBl&to UAAA A A Notice is hereby given tha pursuant
501 N.W. 8th Are. Gainesville Ha. FR 67588That's
beautiful number In song. I Sunday Services: -9:45: a.m., of the regular Evening Vesper Mr. and Mrs. Minza Royal of to the Decree of Foreclosure ,
Howdy Neighbors, sure hope t In entitled the
the.abtne undersigned -
you cause
An event to look forward to Is I Church School 11:00 a-nu. Morn Lake
II I ; Service. are planning to be with Heilbronn City was visiting Mr. and Special Master by said
the early coming of a group of I uip Prayer and Sermon. Mrs. Edward Norman. Mr. andM..s. decree appointed will sell the following
The Senior Choir and the min- Church Tuesday evening.Dec. 20, described property to.wlt:
children and their from Holy Communion-First Sun. .
sponsors Gordon Jones and family
I at 7:30 m. for From the point of the intersectionof
ister will lead the worship .in the p. our Christmas
the Elaida Orphans Home in I day. 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday, wit and Mrs. Sally Crawford, all of the South line of Eli of SW4 Our Business
Ashville. N. C.. who will be presented ':30 a.m. annual Christmas Eve Candlelight program. be, congre- Starke. of NW% of See. 10. Twp. 6 S., R.
gational singing of carols with 22 E., with the East boundary of If It's Glass We Hart It!
in evening of and Wednesday-7:00: P.BL, CliolrPractice Service starting at 11:30 m.I .
an song : i p. Mr. and State Road 200 run Northeasterlyalong
chorister Russell Redding, accompanied MrsGordon Jones CALL WRITE or VISIT
pictures. ; 7:45: pm, Litany and .the East boundary of said
i Bible Study. This program will feature both by Mrs.: Jean Brookins at and daughters were in Jackson- State Road 200 for a distance oft\

the popular and the lesser known the vile Saturday.Mr. 200 feet to a Point Of Beginning,
I piano; special singing by
1 thence run Northeasterly along the
Methodist Church g Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR
!MiSSIO.IAR BAPTIST Christmastide music of the small children, individual singingby and Mrs. Garland Osteen East boundary of aId State Road i

,Richard _.Brookins and hid and family and Mrs. Osteen's 200 for a distance of 100 feet thencerun
Schedule for the week of Dec. Sunday< SChool 9:45: ajn. Morn church. Easterly 4S3.90 feet to a point ANY GLASS NEEDWe V
ng Worship 11 a.m. Evening I father Rex Brookins, devotional brother of Jacksonville were visit- 300 feet North of the South line of
18: Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Christmas I by Judy Morgan and Glenn Sapp ing Mrs. Osteen's father, Joe the W% of SEy of NW4 of said Design Modem Store Front l'
Sunday Methodist Men's ProgramTo Section thence run South 100: feet
each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone poetry by Richard Sapp and Patsy Norman, recently. thence run Westerly 503.27 feet to Just Mall Us A Pattern for
breakfast in'Fellowship Hall 8:30a. : Be Presented Cowart, Christmas message by the point of beginning together Table
welcome.-Hev. H. H. Mott I I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Normanwere Tops
m. Church School 9:45: a. m. with its tenements hereditamentsand
the host for the
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Snack I pastor. evening. Pastor in Gainesville last Friday. ftp.purtena.nces therto,belonging 1313 N.W. 4th P!. Gainesville Fla. Phne F3. 2-4353
By Heilbronn Baptist Luther McGee, and a' dramatic situate in Bradford County Florida;
for MYP; 6 p. m. Youth Meetings, I.1 two-act ,adult play entitled Little Darlene Jones celebrated At the South front door of Brad-

6:30: p. m. Youth Choir rehearsal, HIGHLANDBAPTIST The public Is invited to attendthe 1 I i "Christmas Eve, at City Hospital." -. -

7 p. m. Evening Worship, 7:30: p. CHURCH Christmas at Hell- '
program Characters for the play are Mr.
m. The young people home from Sunday School :45 a. m. bronn Church at 7:30: 'p. m. Tuesday I and Mrs. Glenn Norman Miss r ]
)Morning Worship 51 a. m. and
college will have charge of the Dec. 20. There will be con-
Linda McGee, Warren Johns
evening service this Sunday. Mike 7:30 Wednesday: p. m., Prayer 7:30 p.Meeting m. each Rev. gregational carol singing with Miss,. Connie demons, Ronnie THE CHURCH FOR ALL .. ALL FOR THE CHURCH

Goldwire) will be the speaker.
George Chism pastor. Everybody Chorister Russell Redding, accompanied Kimbrell, Mrs-, Roberta Carter,

Tuesday Business and pro- welcome. by Mrs. Jean Brookinsat Rev McGee, Ray Norman; Jimmie

gram meeting of WSCS, followedby the piano: special singers devotional I I Flannagan Mrs.:. Bill Chambers I II

membership 'tea for all new I BETHEL MISSIONARY poetry pastor's Christmas .: [former Miss,Joyce Morgan!,

members of the society who have 1! BAPTIST CHURCH message, and a dramatic;.. Richard and, Wayne McCarthy,

Joined during the past year, 3 Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- adult two act play entitled,I I Misses Bonita Green, and ,Carol
p. m. All women of the churchare "Christmas Eve at City Hospital" Rowel Following the play will be
Worship 11 Training 3i.
invited. ing a. I t t iTTiErnRtIL P4t
plus Santa Claus. the arrival'of Santa Claus. :
Wednesday Christmas I Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Service ; I
party A. Mc-
8 p. m. Prayer Meeting each'Wednesday The pastor, Rev. Luther I Remember ,you and your family

and program given by the Church 8 p. m. Everyone wel- Gee extends a cordial, welcome to .. are always welcome at Heilbronn WEL1VELNj

School, 7 p. m. I come.-Rev. R. L. Lee, pastor. all. Church for any and all services. ,

Thursday Prayer Group I Come on Sundays or at mid-week

meets in Fellowship Hall. 9:30: a. I LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH prayer meeting on Wednesday
In. Chancel Choir rehearsal, 7:30: evenings and hear our Pastor,
I Services each Sunday In old Lawt y
p. m. Rev. McGee as he renders inspirational -
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. SUn- A. E. Massey Pastor ; ;
I s I day School 10 a. m. Sacrament sermons. The Church also

HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Service. &:30 p. m. Everyone wel Preaching Bible school, ,11 1U a.a.m.m. plans to have a New 'Yeai's! ," Eve .::r
Sunday School 10 program with guest Speakers.

a. m-, Morning mesage 11 a. m. i come. Evening Service, 7:30: p m. More details about s8.Il1e"will.. ;be
Bible Study and Prayer Meeting ? .
Training Union 7 p. m. Evening HIWAY CHAPEL given later. : :>
7:30 pm., Wednesday.St. .
message 8 p. m. ASSEMBLY OF
GOD Mrs. Floyd Cowart reports that
Monday Bible Joy Club4 D. P. Burgess, Pastor Edward's Catholic Church her mother Mrs. N. A./Nix of --V
to 5 .
p. m.Wednesday Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. Starke, Florida Goodrich, Texas is ill again. i

730 Prayer Meeting Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Even- Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. Sunday dinner guests of., Mr. I

; p. m. Choir Practice 8:30: I geiistic Service 7:30: p. m. Wed- Holyday Masses at 8:30 a. m. & and Mrs E. C. [Ernie] johns and r
m. Pastor .
p. : Samuel S. Cuth- I .
'....... i.esday weekly prayer service 7:45: 5:30: p. m.Weekday. their son Warren and grandson, >

Mass at 8:00: a. m. Ronnie, were Miss Vivian Redding

AMBULANCE SERVICE -1 Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 Miss Lois Carver, and Jack Melvin l-

o. m. all.of Jacksonville.Also E t .

PHONE WO 4-2600 Baptisms, marrtaees and Instructions visiting' the Johns home n

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home by appointment. during the weekend were their
daughter and son, Mrs: Lois Henson :

DeWitt ,C. Jones Registered Funeral Director ROATDBAIN BAPTIST CHURCH and Sonny, Sunday afternoon i : I

Starke, Fla. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning I ; the Johns' son, Morris" \ ,

Worship.) 11 a..m._.Tralning visited Saturday, all of Jacksonville I''

Rental Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel l Chairs, Crutches Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship and guests Sunday from t .r )

... 7:30 p. m. Macclenny were Mr. and Mrs.

I II I Prayer Meeting, Wednesday Charles Dubose. TMC CHURCH FOR ALL m I
7.30 p. m.Pastor My mother Mrs. Maude Mott,
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Rev. Barney Sweat. and I visited in Gainesville last fat the building of character t.J ,

: I II Everyone Welcome. Wednesday. % food tiluroJiip. It u i northerns .tqmihul
Weekend guests of Mr. and wluti.Without i strong Chutcfc

Mrs. R. L. Morgan and their tithef, democracy lor civilizitio tla A
; their son. wrvioe. There ire four _a4 msou
daughter Judy were
900 Block W. Madison St. I daughter. Mr. and why every pcnoa should urld service Mt. Whitney in California: 14,496 feet high! Just -
Sunlay School 9:45: Jim Lawson and Ktutirly ud support the Church. They one of the spires of the Cathedral we live in. i .
Mrs. Bill Chambers of Jackson- I For hit ule. Fr .kuhikJr 1. t
Superintendent. are: ( ) ow. (2) I
When God made this world of ours he us '
.'t uh. ) For At sake of htMunwiiy .. gave many ; .
Morning Worship 11:00. < ( ) ..
of Himself. In the \
I ville.Sorry a glimpse towering peaks we see ;
Training Union 6:15: Jim Har- news' is short this week. tad .''!0.. ((4)) For the wk.e' His dignity-in the ,fertile plains, His providence-in

den, Director. I Don't forget dress rehearsals tomorrow tf the Church itself, which reds his the wild storms, His wrath-in the shimmering rainbow

Evening Worship, 7:30.: Friday and Monday _ala"d! material support. PUs Mae His mercy-in the mighty,falls His strength-in
il. lo church fegulirly! sad read Bill
your the mirror lake His
Wednesday Prayer Meeting, evenings and of course the pro- G.iI,.. peace. .

I 7:30.: gram Tuesday p. m. But to reveal His Love the greatest quality of Cod's. ..

nature-He gave us His Son, Jesus Christ. born in- .
pelt' Book ('kaplrrmeI a stable slain on a cross risen to reign forever.
o'._ \ nnoda/Uoodjr' Palm Palm: IN 139 14 144 This world is the Cathedral in which men worship '"

Sunday; Bible classes. 10 a.m.; r TI day PAlma n 1-28 Him. Its altars are the churches to which the.faithful. J
; tlJj ar :
with the Lord'sSupper Psalm Kit throng.
I Assembly Worship Twice Ptalm* 100'4 I-3S ,

11 ajn.; Evening Assemb.y Fndajr. Palm '; 1-21 Life jTGodVgifti-To live in His Cathednf-. and .
..... *
\ 6:30 J work .
Worship, : p.m. .!./.F ll.and.>yAS81Pj,
w Tuesday, Ladies Bible class, 7 .. SlBlliI -' ".

p.m. yrr.ef .:" s 11I 11\:\

!pfwrit i Wednesday, Bible classes 7:30 Soil Conservation i t+t + da

p.m. Bill Simmons, preacher.

I N-E-W-S km N.r.r.r.AyvCf I \

EVCttQREEN BW'HaasSoil ':' 1 n

Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach Conservation Service

Ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30: .
Zedra Hamilton was plowingfire Messages Sponsored As A Public Service'
p. m. Preaching 7:3ff p. m. Prayer
E AMES_. breaks the other day when I .
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 ,p. m. '\ .,:.
came up. He stopped his tractor, -
Wednesday Bible study. 7-30 -- -
TRS1 leaned back in the -seat,. put his
: p.m. Jos. E. Norman, pastor. Rv
foot up on the fender and said,

.tf : "I spent a. lot of time planting JOHN A.DISTRIBUTOR TORODE r

t FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH ,:I those trees and I'm going to pro- GASOLINE CREASE ..&..

Cor. Call & Christian Street tect them." Plowing fire breaks ,
i Bob L. Badsett, Minister I plays an important part in your

Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Wor- woodland protection' and manage v LUBRICATIONOILS MINERAL

ship and Communion!: 10:45: ara..{' ment program. There are many t

Y Chi Rho, 5 p. m. Choir Practice, | types of fire. breaks, woods roads, SPIRITS ,
fI 6p jn. CYP, 7 p. m. j plowed. or disked fire breaks ,." .' .-- "J I

Wednesday 7:30 p. m. New I burned fire breaks and pasture .

I Training for Service. fire breaks.:You can get your fire FIRESTONE, TIRES /: INSECTICIDES i 'I
I = .
i i breaks plowed by contacting the "

AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH County Fire Control Unit or the .
Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; MornIng Florida Forest .

Worship a. m. Training Lloyd Dial used the District's Madison and Cherry .St. PHONE WO 9-2011 Starke, Fla..

'r Union 6:45: p. m.CilURCa. grain drill with the small seed ? .
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-- attachment.:He planted rye and
/ppfdpnate feiblcs for aft'ages"t; >eau6ftifiy t 1 'tttu 'afccTpnnteSftoo OP GOD Pensacola Bahia grass. Lloyd re-

World Indo-Text, loveliest of India papers ... a gift ( jknot Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn. marked "I saved one trip over, I
'., Ing Worsht 11 a, m. Sundav this field by using the drilL I GUY ANDREWS WESTERN AUTO M IT T'Y S
; the joyous tradition: of Qtrg onetime ?
; Evening Service. 7:45: p. m. YPB planted two'kinds of seed at.

A. FOB THE FAMttYHefef.tncc .-'rtrate< : tisy-to-read print. [Many Service Prayer Meeting Wednesday Fridaj 7:45, 7:45 p.p..m m. A .complete" soil and water conservation Real Estate Associate Store BarberShop

'Bibles, Concordance Bibles with study aids. White or black'DWI

y illustrations reader aids. bindings, some append.... _i3.atk farm plan was deliveredto I ,
:rWortb of Christ in red. Fine ao $5.00t. HAMPTON Howard Brown who is putting f

tune leather or morocco:: bind- 1tiugL .-. most of his farm into pastures.He .
:Ur '
$8.0010 $15.00. O.roROLDERruLAt&B. :: has a system of cross fences .GEMJEWELRY TERWILLEGAR
Leashc Carl Clarke, Minister
FOR PERSONAL USE.printgelX'cously spaced. with which he can rotate his- .at- Denmark Furniture Co.
$9.50; wtberta $5.00. SUNDAY i
Heritage Bibles slender compact. SERVICES tie around to the different pas ; MOTORS

attpabty bound. Nerdy set type, E.. THE RAINBOW BIBl* 10:00 a.m. Bible School tures. By doing this he keeps his f I' ,
sad reference
'fie. $7.50 to system 1000.Coo-i. riot full color I pictorial cover, 11:00 jn. Worship & Communion pastures in good condition and Of StarkeEDWARDS' N. L. WOODBURN Your Authorized Ford Dealer
{ any color features to delight: I
produces more grazing.
!C. FOR YOUNG FOLKS AND boys and girls. $2.50; with I
jpTUDENTS-Colorfully illus- zipper $3.50.Bullhigton's : p.m. Evening Worship Charles H. Young, soil scientist

WEDNESDAY 7:30 Pit with the Soil Conservation Ser ,

Prayer Service and Bible Study vice, made son and- capabilitymaps GIB BROWN'S Bradford County I

Studio and Gift ShopStarke of the farms"of Rr O. Summons ;

Mack Griffis. and W, A.
Hutton. Grocery and Market Service Station Telegrapht I
Shoe Buttons
Fla. 67 These maps will be used to: I

7. prepare a complete soil and water! _. i

conservation' farm plan tor, they::


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HIGHLIGHTS Keystone Cagers I Council Keystone-Melrose City is a guest at the Lee House. t i
Tables I iCona. has returned hone after
Play Cedar Key Neighborhood MELROSEBy : Mrs. Harry Huffman has been f spending a few weeks with her I I

By Mary K. Scbaeffer Friday Night : Girl Scout visiting her son Dr. Jimmy Lor-I parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Sunjmoas. i I
News enger in Fernandina Beach. .
Airs. Alice
Zoning RequestFor Rothhammer f f
Mrs. John J
Webb spent last I
Keystone Heights varsity girls week Ralph
Cason visited his
Local Couple To Observe and boys basketball teams will Approximately 60 Brownies and tu Lf&UAlul4 l.a..... I! with her mother. Mrs. S. W, parents :
Fla.; Mr. and Mrs..1 I Girl Scouts from Melrose and: :Hightower, in Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason !
Golden .AnniversaryMr. I Dan D. Davenport. Greer, S. 'C.: (!journey to Cedar Key Friday Post OfficeKeystone l Keystone Heights will join with Mrs. >Edna Cooper has ', Mrs. Jacksonville. Saturday. !!

and Mrs-. George' Edward i i Mr. and Mrs. William B. Goodloe,night to meet. the Islanders in I I girls from Orange Park. Green ed to her home in return-1' Medical Mary stone is in the Melrose Duplicate Bridge winners
Staunton. Va. and Mr. and Mrs j their third outing of the current J. after Center in Gainesville II
Wiggins of Keystone Heights will : i Cove Springs and Palatka at the spending several weeks 1 were: first place. Mrs. J. D.
observe their Golden Wedding" Samuel McCord, Rochester, New season. Heights Town Council I Azalea Ravine Gardens inPa- with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Williams of .Henderson and Mrs. Ray Starnes; i

Anniversary with an Open House, York. In out-of-town games last Friday Tuesday night voted to table a ':latka on Feb. 18 to celebrate Girl Mrs. Ruby Reda Richard and I Connecticut are back in Melrose. second place. Mrs Ralph Stevens 1.
from 3 to 6 Friday, Dec.I I the boys team of Bell hand request for ( son of Alachua Mrs. B. B. Lovell I
p. m. on All relatives and friends of theI re-zoning a proposed Scout Thinking Day. The an- recently visited of Wethenille, '(Continued on react Pan
23, at their home on Lake View couple are invited to attend. ed the Indians a 70-26( defeat. post office site from residential nouncement of the all-day affair Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason. ) [

Drive.: I I Mr. and Mrs. Wiggins who Haywood Philman scored 31 to commercial until such a time *! in which over 450 girls from Put- Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Simmons I !!,

Hosts and, hostesses for this were maried Dec. 24. 1910 have ( points to lead Bell's victory, as a Zoning Commission has been J nam and Clay Counties will take Mrs- Carl Hagglund MfS. W. O.

happy occasion will be the Wig- I the five daughters mentioned a- for while Keystone Jimmy McMurtry with 13. was high named by Council and other part in a program of touring the Preston, and Mrs. B. B. Lovell Efls! DECORATING SHOP

gins' five daughters and their'I, hove and eleven grandchildren. The Keystone girls won their necessary legal steps taken. !gardens, singing dancing games spent Wednesday in Jacksonville. I

husbands: Mr. and Mrs Hugh ; Foreign Students To Be The re-zoning request had been and movies, was made at the December Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoffman In Building
with Bell 3655. Keystone
game Nancy Sut-
Wilson. Jr., from Lake City, Ha.: here For Holidays ton led the' made by W. B. Belote and applied meeting of the Keystone- Sr. of Cocoa Beach visited their Heights j

Mr. and >Mrs. Allen 8- Headley, victory attack with to tots 7, 8. and 9 of Block j I Melrose ,Girl Scout Neighborhoodat son and daughter-in-law. Mr.
The Junior Womans' Club of 3] points and Dianne Brokas
was 24. This location had been selected I the home of Mrs. T. J. Haweson and Mrs. Charles Hoffman Jr., PAINTS AND I
Keystone Heights will sponsor two runner-up with 18. @POH
by a Post Office
Departmentreal Swan Lake.Highlighting. recently.
Sensitivity on j foreign students from the University In the opening games of the
estate officer as a suitablesite the meeting of Sherwood Chamblee of Panama
'of Florida during the Christ- Trenton a4ISTMUSMOMI PAINTING
season defeated Keystone M AIDS
hair removalBy I for a proposed new post office mothers. Troop Committee members .
mss I holidays. Since it is imposi boys 60-41 in a Riverland WILLIAMS THANKS'
facility in Keystone. Ownersof and leaders were two dis
I i i sible for these students to Conference contest
DWYER( residential property in the cussion groups under the leader- Wall
the vacation Herbert I Paper
home for period. Brown paced the Trenton Samples
Electrologist'I I! i block, however registered vigor- ,ship of Mrs. Nancy Adams Dis- take this method
various organizations will provide attack with 18 points, while Jim express
is t.h 'strongest motive( deferring I them with "foster" homes for the my Rye was high scorer for Keystone ous protests at the proposed zoning trict Advisor and member of the my sincere appreciation for the

persons afflicted with hy- I holidays. i with 13. change.In professional staff on the GatewayGirl fine vote received in the recent We Do Papering and Painting
i I a letter to the Post Office
Scout Council and Mrs.
pertrichosis (excess hair) from I Members of the Junior Trenton girls also' captured a City Election, and to say thank

consulting.... on'correction. of their I Il Woman's Club will appreciate any i 3124in, led by Trudy Downing said Department: Mayor M. L. Beasley Elaine from Bond, a volunteer. trainer you for your efforts in my behalf. FREE Estimates phone Keystone 4505
Jacksonville.By >>
; ;1'' ,excessive., hair effort anyone might make to entertain I with 13 points. Nancy Sutton.. "Although ompeople enthusi Gene Williams
l .... 'condition. Many I for Keystone, taking part in the Brownie :
.' these students. Or if you topped all scorers favor !
astically a new post office
'.R'r...7.. "- teenage, girls with 15 ringers. or Girl Scout discusssion group We Are Not Off
plan to have a party during the
"f. for Keystone Heights, the
/ pro-
each mother and volunteer leader -
,: .w'N tweeze and apply and would like to include Due to the lack of a gymnasiumat Our Buttons?
holidays -
'" ""l\)< posal to disturb existing regulations i
the opportunity'to
.... razors unkown the Keystone a Attention Livestock
; ,.: them on your guest list schpol, most of in a residential area, to better understanding of the Girl Producers!
j <{'r t t6f th'eir family. contact Mrs. Thomas Garnar at the Indians' games will be playedout
permit the postal operation has
Scout program and its place in
t /.J.- Sensitivity to hy-I phone 4460 in Keystone Heights. of town. Several will be playin created considerable apprehension."It the community. If you have hogs or ...- ..- s -. ...-_ _.., ,
r ".,y ....'Z. pertrichosia is 1 the BHS gym during the sea ,
.... .. Keystone IndiansTo is feared that any re-zon cattle to sell now or in V ,
d .':. ', the reason I son. ; s
'.. Be Feted Tonight ing, for the convenience of the CHIROPRACTIC the future please -
and it is true in I It I Bids Are Sought con- ; ;,
<;. Dwyer all Members of the Keystone In post office 1 in the absence of a tact one of the buyers.at .
age' groups. f dians football team will be the nor, and Debbie comprehensive long-range plan I On New Post Office i SCORES ANOTHER VICTORY Copeland Sausage
Kingsbury. '
Hypertrichoais is closed r;. _
a topic -
guests of Dr. Donald Christoffers j Fifth for expansion and development, i Company
most Because grade: Mary Ann Griffin. For MelroseThe and give them : ,
among. .
woman today. \ recent of Workmen's 4
at dinner this evening [Thursday will result in further encroach- survey
of The result I Glen Few Nancy Cherry Dottie an opportunity to buy r, F .
sensitivity ,; .
;' ] at the Garden Restaurant in Hardenbergh, ment on residential property."In Compensation[ files reveals that ,
Marcia U.
misinformation and Haberstroh S. Post Office Depart-
un livestock
many There will be interest- view of these I would the cost in I your
Starke. an Johnny facts of care I bark injury
Muir ment
is II
for bids
truths about hair removal.In Danny Hinck Jim- asking on a new
Ing speaker and awards will be my Wildt. Roxanne Valldejuli. suggest that action on this site post office building at Melrose. cases treated by Chiropractors I COPELAND OFFERS YOU

early,stages. ',, when, excess I given after dinner. and Leslie Ann ,Beam. i be temporarily suspended, and Specifications call for a facility was $20.82 while the cases treated I
hair, first'appear;,; !its removal is be to other 4 >BIG ADVANTAGES
PTA To Meet Tonight Sixth grade: Lance Andrewsen, further study given with approximately 1,200 square by other methods was $31.43 per 1
simple :and'qujfk/! The regular monthly meeting of I Stefan Brokas sites which may be considered." I 1
Terry King Susan feet of .floor space, 96 square feet case. This not on]}' represented a
Many: paSents. marvel at the the PTA will be held in the Bird. Nancy Kingsbury, and Pat In other action Tuesday night of platform space and 3.500 large financial 88.'lngto the In- 1. Cash ,market every day.
and comfort of hair council to set at rest wide- '
ease removal. school auditorium tonight Raley. moved
square feet parking 'and truck
So Diae have dissatisfaction with the surance company, but the employee 2. No commission.
t. parents spread
; [Thursday]. Because of the football Seventh grade: Carol Warren \" maneuvering area.
put off treatment' because of banquet In Starke the meeting Renee Belote. Linda Lee Anthony, present system of garbage collec-- The department desires the new was returned to work with 3. Special consideration given'to meat

fear of pala'On' completion i will start at 8:30: p. m.. a little and Linda Beck. ion, whereby garbage cans must facility on a monthly rental basis i/j the. time loss which meant a .

these'aame people ,,have'said... "I I later 'than the usual time. Eighth grade: Carol Stephenson beset out on sidewalks to be for a fixed term of five years. saving not only to the employeebut type hogs J

wish I )had come In sooner". Honor Roll Students Joyce Warden. Cathy Williams .picked up.Council. According to Melrose postmaster to the! employer as welL, 4. Can furnish hauling ar' suf f icientquantities.

as ther''eXPerienced no. discomfort ) decided to reduce the ... .
Boys and girls at Keystone Carol Wolfe and Margaret Mary F. McGee, bids shouldbe When accidents strike you cansave ..
at all. n TT._ iPht.s_ _School__n __ who made the Pater. number of collection from threeto submitted to Carl Bolt) assistant both! time and money by con- : .', ,
An analysis Of hair: 'H I two .week, and allow pro- <. *; !& .--
your excess per
second six- '
t honor roll for the Freshmen r Reba Hall, Jo Wildt, regional real estate man- tactfyg year Chiropractor at once.lttrlgg&a'iiriiitfiilt .

_. condition Is.offered" at. no charge> : week period were as follows: Carolyn? 'Forsr'the. Che> l herry, perty owners to leave their garage ager; Post Office ,Department, t : ( .problems. to CALL COLLEC'F'JIO.:2:301l- : !
- """ --*" ''wEDMUND cans }rr the rear, rather'than;
-or oblifattan 'F urlb: grade; Kathleen Pestl,;] Bernice 'BlirneTa"Eo'"Mar'lene. fin- street-] 428 Federal Annex Building At -the I
them out the PHILLIPS
setting on THERON, HUDSON
DWYER Debra BrauJt, Terri Christoffers! sin. lanta. Ga. by Dec. 30, or must z-
The change will be put into effect ,
Electrologist Charmalne Float Dianna Hgen Sophomores: Dianne Brokas, ; bear a postmark no later than PRESTON POLK f

Medically. Approved Methods! Glynn Mooneyham Marshall Gal Nancy Sutton, Barbara Ann at an ,early date. that date. Interested bidders may Dr. H G. BoIIingerChiropractic

I lop. Billy Belote, Gina Massa, Wheeler and Alec.,Livingston. obtain more detailed information
((17 YEARS EXPERIENCE) Roddy Hutchinson. Robert Pater, Fine Entertainment Marks turns and officially declared from ,Mr. Bolt. Offices CopelandSAUSAGE

FK 2-80S9 107V.. Un \'. A\e.; Patricia Cox. Sharon Brannen. DuPont Staff Dinner James Hetherington. Gene Williams -,' The new building will replace

I David; Mathia, Sara Lou O'Con- About 35 or 40 DuPont Staff and G. E. Wiggins in-the )}resent facilities on Bellamy 728 E. University, Ave Gainesville COMPANY .

members and their wives gathered first two for a two year term, the Street in Melrose. 426 X. Walnut St.. Starke ALACHUA, FLORIDA

at the Holiday Inn in Gainesville last one to fill the unexpired term

M'KAY AT KEYSTONE on Saturday evening. Dec. of H. L. Ownbey who recently re- CHRISTMAS: VESPERSAT

10. for their annual Christmas signed. FAITH PRESBYTERIANFaith ,
I party. A great many had come via Ray Chance Honored cL
special chartered Greyhound bus At a meeting of the Florida Presbyterian Church of .
Business lot on Lawrence Blvd.-center of town. which picked up passengers in State Civil Defense Association Melrose will present a Christmas -

both Starke and Keystone last week in Stuart. Cmdr: Ray Vesper Service, on Sunday, Dec. .

Move before Christmas-new thrre bedroom home Heights. A steak dinner was ser- Chance of Keystone Heights was 18, at 7:30 p. m. A Christmas

overlooking Lake Geneva, boat basin, 1 '/ baths, living ved at 7:30: by candlelight following elected Sectional Vice Presidentof play, "Joy Unto the World" will

room, dining area, kitchen, garage, utility room. a social' hour. After everyone the Northeastern Florida be presented at this time under:
had the meal Charlie which includes 13 counties. the direction of Mrs. Ernest Bart-
FHA' financing available. $15,500. $1500. downNeed enjoyed group,
McGlave introduced the special Mr. Chance says he is gratefulto lett.Faith

four bedrooms We have it nestled under huge guests including Mr. and Mrs. all the local folks who "took a Church is located half

oaks on a large lot, like new, two baths, dining room, Garl Mathews Dr. and Mrs. H. H. chance" on him in the City Elec- way between Melrose and Key-

,living room, fireplace, spacious kitchen, playroom, car Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Gene tion last week. It would seem he stone Heights on State Road 21.

port, utility,room. $19,800. ; Matthews, all of Starke. Also Mr. has plenty to keep him occupied. The public is cordially invitedto
and Mrs. Joe Daurer of Keystone Anyone For Bowling! attend.

'I Heights, who were the entertainers Mrs. Bettie Sprow tells us there GIVE I BETTER .
We invite lake lots hemcsitcs -
your inquiries on acre- for the evening.
several the
are openings on various '
age and investments. Everyone enjoyed the comic teams in the Woman's Lea won all their 4 points. Since Pat ELECTRICALLY 1t .

sinking numbers by the couple, as gue that'meets Thursday evenings Pawlikowski had to move away,

S. E. M'KAY REALTOR well as Mr. Daurers' ventriloquist at Azalea Lanes in Palatka. If you Beverly Widegren is doing a fine Tiiis Christmas be a &xgktfvl giver. 'Is"' :.
> act his impersonations, and his like to bowl and would like to do job of filling her shoes. Other I
Choose modern carefree electric l
feats of magic. Watching Dan so with an organized group why team members are Frances /

Mrs. M.\ Ilgen I. Brault, Associates Pater and Frank Ilgen trying to not contact Bettie at 4323, or Dot Murelli, Dot McMurtry' Bettie gifts-give better, electrically! "

Phones: 3071 2051 2391 4151 figure out the magic hoops was McMurtry at 2451. Sprow, and Yaeko Hinck. A hard An electrical gift says aQ the nice .
especially hilarious although none o McKay Bowlers Still Lead combination ,to beat. '
Keystone Heights things that words cannot express. N r' %
I in the audience was able to Members of the McKay Real School Holidays ;
'. It keeps on giving all through the 4 a% .t
,do any better. Mr. Daurer whose Estate Bowlers are now just one Keystone School will be out tomorrow year.

'magic acts are only one of his point from first place in the 18- at noon, and will not con- Time are marvelous selections in all : t

j I talents used to- be with Lawrence team Women's League that bowlson ,,
vene until January 2. Most of the priced and for every age and iDt erest. k
K Welk. among other things. Key- Thursday evenings at Azalea morning will be taken up 40" t .. -, ? ; ,

'-' OWL1l'.l stoners can be proud they haveneighbors Lanes in Palatka. On Dec. 8, they [Continued On :Next with I i

) so loaded with talent. __W_ --- ---
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g\f\ Following this portion of the i 1 CUP THIS HAW UST... 1

evening there was dancing to orchestra j mrr rain ElECTRIC 1PPUAIc! ( KJUa { =Y
music from 9 until mid-
0 I I
night. Attractive favors were ( _
,,,, sKENTUCKY given to all the ladies. I O BOTTLE WARMER 0 STAY.DRY IRON I '
MILK'gal92c l I I Ii
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Brownie Notes y rr. O BROILER .0 JUICE EXTRACTOR '
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Brownie Troop 229 celebratedthe I (
holiday season with a "modi a ,w.R I I "r '
Frankfort, the capital of the Blue Grass State. It is fied" Christmas Party at their I I C COFFEE MAKER 0 POWER TOOLS I( :M """"
h3tf D CORN POPPER 0 RADIO -. 'j'' ,
celebrated for its new Capitol building; its Old StateHouse weekly meeting on Tuesday Dec. \y, 1 a CUP FAT FRYER 0 RECORD PlAYER I J u.v' -
13. At this party, the Brownies I a FOOD MIXER 0 ROTISSERIE I 'k S%
now a museum; Daniel Boone's Grave, and its took time out to make tray favors .; O FOOD SUCER 0 SANDWICH GR4L ; .

Bourbon whiskey distilleries. The new Capitol is modeled for the Bradford County Hos- :'+t I .a a HAIR HEATING DRYER PAD 0 0 SAUCEPAN SHAVER I \ ". '
after our national Capitol Many Kentuckians are pital in Starke. After finishingthis = Eggs Bread I a HOTPLATE 0 TOASTER ( ; ..a, ,fir'
project the girls enjoyed refreshments 0 ICC CRUSHES 0 WAFfLE WON 4 % \
perhaps fonder of the small Ionic Old
State House
carols and dancing. Ice Cream and for Nt Special Gift I ;, ir.
modeled after' a Temple of Minerva. It's interior circular This was the final meeting of ,,.,.,,. ., a. ,. ;q. o ALL-ELECTRIC KITCHEN
marble stairway is studied by architects. D ielBoone's 1960. The Brownies will reconveneon :: 1 t ,
Jan. 3 and continue weekly, Cottage Cheese
rifle is here and the pistol with which Aaron before. Q a
thereafter as

Burr allegedly slew Alexander Hamilton. Frankfortand Local Man AwardedAt opoteonfttttmt M t His Waterloo Orange Juice i Fi /' .

the Blue Grass State is almost a "must" on any the County Commissioners 'Caust M didn't buiW up Treasury / i
+ Ideas"
tourist's list, and a visit here will long be remembered. meeting on Monday Dec. 12.: On a diet of moo. ; : .ia work and wHghtea brighten your your I '
Walter Odum chairman of the
1 holiday.Free at etectri. I
THE Clay County Civil Defense Council I r1 I t g$ eaL appiana dental = I Ii

KEYSTONE STATE BANK presented to Wiffiam Beam a I i ; \

certificate of Merit as the outstanding iyiifiii liitii L
Civil Defense Volunteer
Worker for Clay County duringthe
A Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community past year. 8&rds JI.Jdafiretfll &fsr

Keystone Heights, Fla. City Connell Meets fLlllla I P8VEI i L lift I t0 R tplt

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canvassed the Dec 6 election re- --swims+. 1 1i c .' ,--_ ._ '" __ .__ __ .. __ ._ __ .___ .__-_,'_ _._

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A Christmas cantata "The Nativity ciety ladies as well as all other TTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTT ..1 the Southern Railroad con- 1891 points, with 1663 required 'i and us not staying there. We still
KEYSTONE ," by Wilson, will be sung ladies of the church. A rosary will I MELROSE !cerning repair of the crossing by for accreditation, so is well over,I need help. Will do better if some- "-
I by our Senior Choir on December be recited before Mass at 8:15: a.! the depot. All members of the the required amount.Refreshments I I '
one will help Who will?
21. at 8 p. m. Don't miss this inspiring I m. I council were present for the were served in I us. iVILUAMS
HIGHLIGHTSContinued Candlelight Service. I Monday evening:, Dec- 19 will I V VYyywVVVVYyn'yyyyytyyl' meeting. the school cafeteria following the i i '

Through generous donations of be Cleaning Night for the ladiesof I I [Continued from Preceding Page] I' PTA Elects Officers, meeting by Mrs. Francis Meng, JEWELRY
time, work, and money several of the Altar Society and anyone I! I II Joins County, State PTA Mrs. Paul Meng Mrs. Betty Sullivan TlDi EIGHT POCS-T: hi _e'
(Continued from Preceding Page) our church members have been else who desires to help a little in i and Mrs. Sheet Segur third i j I Emory L. Brown was re-elected and Mrs. Betty Breedea. nay you write.. Come In and e-
busy building a beautiful Na- getting the Church ready for,place. Mrs. Alice Ketchum and'Mrs. I' president of the Hampton Ele- Personals feet your favorite ESTERbROOBFountain WATCHES DIAMONDS
Christmas parties. Christmas. Many hands make Helen Phelps; fourth place,! and Paul !-en. frfLEGKAPH: j
CHURCH NEWSCommunity tivity Scene which will be put up mentary PTA Meng as' Louis Breazeal pf Stewart, Miss., i ,REPAIRSAll
front of our church this year light work. Bring your own Mrs Louis Kyle and Mrs, Albert I vice-president, for 1961, at the! Cash
Church jIn I and Mr. and Mrs. Artis Breazealof paid for good, clean cot-
for the Christmas season. It will brooms vacuums,'dust mops etc. Bachmann. regular meeting at the school:! : ton Work GuaranteedA.
Ala. No
I Montgomery, were visiting rags. Khaki or wool
Members of the entire Sunday be lighted by a spotlight, also Choir Practice will be held at : School News 1!Tuesday evening Dec. 6. j C Williams
| here last week with Mr. and Bring: to Bradford County Tele'
School will present a Christmas I donated. 7:30: each Wednesday evening, The installation of five new : Mrs. D. H. Crawford was elect-, '
Mrs. Wesley Griffin and: daUgh- zrapn. 142 W. Call St.
play on December 18, at 7:00 p. First Baptist Church I and every Sunday at 12 Noon., members to the Beta Club was 'i ed secretary-treasurer for the I
ter. The Breazeals are Mrs. Griffin's -
m. The play was written by Mrs., On Sunday evening Dec. 18, i Members cant afford to miss,: held Wednesday in the auditor-!coming year, to replace Mrs. father and brother. ----- ; I Starke, Fla.
Herbert Sargeant and will be presented with Christmas so close. i rum The new members. t included fI i ij Ernest Triest. Mrs. James Gnann The Button Man
in the Educational Building -I the Fourth will be Annual held in Candlelight the First i' Sunday, Dec. 11, St. William's j I Judy: Knapp twelfth grade, Carol I II !:was named social chairman to Charles Manire, stationed at, 67'Is -
The main theme will be the Service All Congregation had a rare treat.Rothhammer, Virginia Ford, |' arrange for refreshments, for the Cocoa Beach, is on two weeks Coming? !
giving of gifts by the,Three Wise I'Baptist Church at 7:30: o'clock.and Johnny LeBlanc of Montreal,I' Elaine Samson and Margaret!meetings to replace :Mrs. E. L. duty in South America accordingto r
Men. A dress rehearsal will be four choirs will participate I II I Canada, and nephew of choir'! Slade.: ,Brown. his mother, Mrs. Louise Ma-

held at 1:30 p. m. on ,December I. everyone is invited to attend.I 21,1,member Leo LeBlanc was the i The Athletic Booster Club held;, The Hampton PTA voted to nire. He expects to be home for I Starke Builders Supplies Offers

17. All members. the cast are On Wednesday evening Dec. soloist for the 8:30: }Mass. The,' its second meeting Thursdayynigtit. ;,' become a member unit of the Christmas. ,'
requested to be on hand. Mrs. the Sunday School will hold its younger Mr. LeBlanc has a voice ?, -aq.- )Florida Congress of PTA's and R. A. Brannen and Ariel: and You A Wide Selection ,
Barry Wyman is directing the exercises at 7:30 o'clock. There : the like of which has never been,I The Honor Roll for the second :tq join the newly organized Bradford Mrs. Rotoelle Jones spent Sundayin Of

play assisted by. Mrs. Madeline will be a big Christmas tree, and heard in St. Williams or" most any I six weeks has been announced, by; County Council Cedar Key.MAY.
Smith, and Miss Linda Gayle Santa will pay his annual visit I: other place. He has done some recording -! Principal Clarence Hodlen. The Mrs. Ernestine Denmark of

Moody. Mrs. Jack Haberstroh is All are welcome.St. and has been on TV in i j students are: Starke representing the County vv1rmyyyyvyyyvyv.rnvy,

directing the music, while Mrs. William's Catholic Detroit. His rendition of the t 2nd grade: Becky Carnes, Judy) Council, and Mrs. Doris Shuler
Panis Angelicas was a joy to hear. McGrath, Madalyn Weghorst.. :'Qf,$t. Augustine, president of dis- HILL
'! is in chargeof Sunday, Dec. 18, will be Com !
Elizabeth Campbell
We ,hope he will soon come backto Beverly Strickland. Linda Perry,!;trict six. spoke to the local PTA
costuming. munion Sunday for the Altar So- Keystone. i Lynn Sturdivant, Teena Roth-i,on 'the benfits of membership in By )Irs. J. L. Strcklan1a.aa..aaasaaaa.
Personals j hammer, Clifford.'Yarbrough. the larger group. Present fees are ....'.A. 1
I: Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Frank I 3rd grade: Connie Morris! $10 per year membership for the
I (! We almost feel that the above ,
LAKE BUTLER BOTHED GAS Harris, ,Jr.. and their three sons Christine Gaboardi. Martha ,Ma- County Council, and 20 cents per
I heading I Clay Hill] is another of a.
will be happy to see them this j thews, Lonette Self, Gerry Teske, member per year dues for the '
I weekend when they stop,in Keystone Christine Brantley, Charter Perry. state organization. These organi- our "big fibs" as we are not stay- '
For Cooking and Heating I Heights enroute to Miamito 4th grade: Dianne: Addison,I zations do not have authority over ing at Clay Hill just now. We are
Minnie :
staying with our daughter,
spend the holidays with Mr. Barbara Breyfogle Scooter Hull legislate for the local PTA unit,
$6.50 Per 100 lb. Cylinder in Jacksonville, but do makea
Harris's parents. The Harris family en, Phyllis Odom Brenda Simmons Mrs. Shuler pointed out, but by
recently moved to Tennessee Maria Yarbrough. working together several PTA's "flying week.,trip" back to Clay Hill J. RODS -- REELS --I KIS GUNSHHT1NG
when Frank was transferred. 5th grade: Bill Angle IJoyd I in a county are invaluable at the once a .
-.-- Heater Special -- They had lived in Keystone sev- Baldwin, David Gaboardi, Marlene time of a bond issue election or When we were there last week, (
eral years. 1 Odom, Lettie Wise and Jams I some similar project. all of the folks seemed real proud ,; > : \

29.50 i Jerry Girard. concert organistfor Wod 25,000 BTU Space Heater the Baldwin Piano Co., plan' 6th grade: Glenn $aswell. Wil- I named: tc approve new by-laws for camouflage, and we don't believeit JACKEtf! 4IB
39.50 ned to spend Thursday in Key- liam Harris, Buddy Lee, Robert. the Hampton PTA, composed of was. '
40,000 BTU Space Heater stone Heights, fishing on Lake McGuire, Eddie Rothhammer I Milton Mosher. D. H. crawford We found Nellie Wilkinson feel-

Lake ButlerWill Geneva with his host Joe Daurer. Sandra, Parks and Barbara Weg-'I Paul Meng Mrs. Barbara Pear- ing much better than when we .
Phone BY 6.4351 Mr. Girard is on a concert tour horst. 'son, and Mrs. Lily Barnes. The saw her last, but Eddie: was suf- (i COATS

of the Southeastern States and 7th grade: Bobby Ridenour and nominating committee which reported fering from a cold. 'i|

wanted to spend his day-off relaxing Sarah Baldwin.8th 1 I to the meeting Tuesday Elgin Lang seemed to be feeling !'

in this way. He will fly to grade: Martha Scott, Cathy evening consisted of Ernest better than when we saw her t, GUN CASES'I.

Atlanta tomorrow to resume his 1 1I I Webster, Valerie Olson, an1 "arson -I,Tnest Francis Meng, and W. P. last. Richard Lang talked and > .

I tour. II i Johntry.9th I McElroy. looked like he was feeling well :< ...
Mr. and Mrs. A- R. Marwiskj j I grade: ; Barbara Whitehead, J. C. Hobbs, school principal, also. All of Faye England's children -
I were dinner guests of Mr. and I Ellen Scott, and Wade Matchett.II reported to the meeting on the : were able to be back in All Above Qis.count. .

r Mrs. Fred Dodd and family on 10th grade: Carol Rothhammerand 'school playground hours. Al- school after various illnesses.\ 1 0 ,'"

Thursday evening. Dec. 8. They Margaret Slade. |i though there are students on the Louise Johns had recovered from, hems at /0 "Thru Dec. 24

Q ars Mrs. Dodi's parents. After 11th grade: Doris Ford and: (playground at many periods of her cold, but we failed: to be able \ '
the night ,with the .
spending Larry Strawn. | the day, he said they are different to see her. (
i I Dodds, the Marwicks Juniper returned Springs.to 12th grade: Judy Knapp Carol i groups who have different When we saw Jim last Fridayhe Plenty diAMMJITIOU

their home at Harisen l and Maida Griffin. physical education periods. Play was getting along just fine. He
# is home from his '
George Blue periods are staggered in order to tells us that Bill Pendarvis is do-

I session Gainesville at ,the and Health is feeling Center much in TRfMTY EPISCOPAL have most efficient use of the ing better than he 'was before our \ 1 I ()

added .
.. CHLilCn. MELROSF.Sundays playground facilities. He : last visit.The i
improved. 10 a. *n..' Church that bus children are on the playground -' girls who work in the tele-1 On Hand
A. C. Holt en-
Bill Few and Dr.
fishing trip,, to Salt School. 11:15 a.m..' Horning: Pray- for an hour every after- phone office made Minnie a pre- :
joyed a Bill eand Sermon (First Sunday, noon before the bus comes from sent of a nice new couch and .,
I'Springs on Saturday, Dec: 10. :Holy Communion). 6 p.m. Episcopal Starke-withhigh school pupils to chair last week as her Christmas :
car start was quite lucky, having',got seven Churchmen. pick them up.. from all. ,:
your of which Young present No, need to say BUILDERS
the, total weight STARKE SUPPLIESPhone
!! Holy Days '10 a. m- Holy' The"accreditation report for the she appreciates and enjoys it very
20 pounds
was Communion. Hampton School has just been much.
? Jane i
morning to hear that
tomorrow We are sorry ,,
Reynolds, daughter of Mr. and ". The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle completed, Mr. Hobbs said, and We have a hard time trying to I WO 4.1201 Starke, Fla.HARFS .

Mrs. William Reynolds, is In the Vicar. t Hampton Elementary School has tell what is going on at Clay Hil l Ir

Before you uy yet think wfaeo it vial?baton[ Afm' Bradford County Hospital. It !I -
last battery check. seems that Jane let the virUs get FIRST METHODIST CHURCH)
\ ** Net .... her. I .,. MELROSE 1'1" ', 41} im,.' 4.:
SseH i best of *'
And five a thought to the age of battery1 to I ISunday GIGANTIC CASH' AND CARRYrI1iHn'i
to Mrs. Charles Bisbee drove 9:45: a. m-. Church I ISchool'
It' bard to be certain, isn't it? Bat It's not bard her husband at
to see
Lake City for all U.-'a.:' ml!
by our Cities Service nation and find oat for_g rs_t i* i I the Veterans' Hosoital there and Morning Worship.ages.6:3r'.i"p: m.:

condition of your battery.' found him walking without a Youth Fellowship. ;... *"' **

And it's good to know that if cane, and able to go to the 'canteen Wednesday. 7:30: p. m.. Bible'j!
yon should need a replac.* and out on the grounds. She Study and Prayer Meeting. '

ment,ve have the beat..the hopes to be able to bring him Rev. Ted Springer, Pastor.ST LMOWflL

Cities Service dry-charged home for the holidays. ,
Tri-Fill Battery. The dry. I Col. and Mrs. JOhn MLUU\\'CU' .
charged Tri-Fill need water i deft last Wednesday on an extended ANNE'S EPISCOPAL

only three times a year in I visit with their daughter CHURCH KEYSTONE

normal use and lasts up'to ia ,Karachi Pakistan. ,Mrs. Wil- Sundays 9:30 a. m.; Church
70% longer. liam M. Rountree; their daughter School. 9:30: a. ,m.. Morning! EVERYTHING

Have your battery checked is the wife Pakistan.Mrs. of the. U. S. Ambassador Prayer and Sermon [1st Sunday, 9 P TO

tomorrow. And have t lookat !;: to Holy Communion]. 6 p .m. Episcopal : 5O
of Baltimore -
Edward Maguire Young Churchmen. "&l
Tr Fill
our dry-charged Md. arrived Monday DeC. Holy Days 7:30: a. m.,',Holy1' MUST m -
battery,"loo. ..
12, to spend the holidays with Mr. Communion. .a. OFF

and Mrs. Ed Conneen and son Third Wednesday Parish

I Peter. Mrs. Maguire is Mrs. Con- Covered Dish Supper, 6 or 6:30p.

neen's,mother.COMMUNITY. m.
SILCOX The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle, 7 'PIECE '

Dr. A. C. Holt, MinisterMrs. St. William's Catholic Chapel
CTIESOSERVICE! J. L. HetberWtonOreanist Keystone Heights 'UVIt ROOM GROUP

and' Choir Director. Sunday Mass at 8:30 a. m. DINETTE SUITE I
Sunday School. 9:30: a. m. Morning -
705 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. m. ,
j Worship, 11:00 a. m Tuesday Mass .t 8:00 a. m. 1 Couch. And Chair "I I!
Confessions before an Masses. .

Baptisms, marriages and Instructions 2 Step End Tables Regular 99.95 .pq [
by appointment 95 I
I 2 Table With Set Of Dishes{
1 Cocktail Table NOSY\ I
J. R. Smith pastor, Ralph ,
'Copeland, Minister of Music and Regular Price 195.95 \
church organist.

Services: ,Sunday School 9:45: i
a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. 1 \ i '

A' Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening. ARMSTRONG QUAKER'- .. I
services 8 p. m.

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.: Mrs D. E. Hill
aaauauaaaua.aa.aaaaa.Council .

Proposed Hears Utility OrdinanceOn Tax 12 FT. WIDE PER SQUARE Y RD'; I

FEDDERS The proposed ordinance on the !
utility tax for the city of
ton had its first reading Ramp-I' 3 PIECE

December meeting of the city;: BUNK BEDS Special I

World's Largest Maker 'of week.council on Tuesday evening last!i!I i

Complete With p19
to be placed on electric and gas ;
consumption: in the amount of 5'
Inner spring Mattress
per cent not lo exceed $20 in the t
i 169. 5
amount taxable Regular .95
per month. This!

THAT PROVIDE ONLY SUMMER COOLINGSHEPHERD'S win limit the tax to $1 per month|' 13' 9. Regular. .60 I

< ,for any ,hpusehald-.Even with,the i ONLY '
added revenue from this ordinance -t d. $139.95 I
which ,will not be spend-
able until March the city is I I

RADIO & IV. faced. with mounting expenditures. -t .
The Council also voted to,
Phone WQ-4-6901 :Starke, 'Florida an additional street light at 'the n&1d FLORIDA (I
enU of Division Street.' pyathe

borne of V. J. Slade ...- ;
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: .*.-..;-. +; I i mrn'Y.YYvvv; ri.nti.T:+ visited Mrs."Bob' i wright and of Lawtey ('\u. von r.ni1*
I '- gora or gold thread. Then place. 1 I ed ,the play Myrick and children family .. ..' '
1 11. I' ii ; 1,1 (1'11I111-:
; r rtic' the metal piece to the back of,: Club News I| of Starke last Saturday. visited'Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starling .lvDt-r. i.t l'ad: ,'ii "';", v., r'ra.r "-
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Home DemonstrationNotes ; I II .*. .-.. < ..1!, ,1.. : 1-11 mon
the The Home
.- buckle.'I Demonstration Club\ Pl-N-E LEVELBy i Larry Mitnser Of Jacksonville and family last Sunday. ; TiuqMUf. Jal.uary ", f.i.: :, '..r
During' the day members madetooth met Wednesday afternoon for the: I and Diane, Hall visited Mr. and [ "Keroofing: the HI'"dfllldIDly
: pick Christmas trees and i purpose of having a Christmas'I .[ Geraldine Fenderl110UL6luJAV j i i Mrs. J, W. McRae during,1 the CHURCHHAMPTON ; Church Health Street Dcvartuwkt, Slarkr Bulkiing, Florida, 3I at\\2

., byDOROTHY other decorations. I Workshop. Members from Lawtey,I # weekend., !: BAPTIST ubkh. Urn all bids will tie publicly
Choosing Books For Gifts j i Raiford and: Heilbronn Springs'', WAAAw Miss Peggy Conne, of Miami I I opened and read.
.' I Bidders may sti-tire aperifioatlons'Tor
.. I Books make ideal Christmas I gave demonstrations on how; to, We were glad'to see large attendance j jrecently visited with Miss Yvonne i I i 'Sunday Services Sunday'! the above work from the office
- -:-'-*- Home Demonstration Agent gifts for family members or make Christmas decorations. in Church Sunday Conner of Starke. SchooL 10 a. m. Morning Worship '.rf the Clerk of Circuit Court Prad-
friends. Chosen carefully they Charles B. Keller GM-2 sta- 1L.a. m. Training Union. 6:30 p. ford County
Christmas Decorations! Workshop! i Mrs. R. M. Caddell had several ; morning and night. Ronny Thomas of Brooker: ,The Board reserves the right to
I A Christmas Decorations Work clever ideas. She had a centerpiece 1 will give enjoyment for years to i tioned at Mayport was home for, Mr. and Mrs. J. W McRae were spent the weekend with his m. Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. reject all bids or to wane informalities -
the weekend with his Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 8 and to accept the bid that
Brooker with candle which she l come. I visiting Mr. and Mrs.. Edwin Mc- :
shop was, held at the a I' : grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. may be to their best interests'
Community Center, Wednesday, made using !a tall glass for a Here are some things to keepin Mrs. Doris Kelley. Rae and family in ,painesville Lewis. OFFICIAL. SEAL)
I; mold. around the candle mind select books Saturday. J, W. McRae and E. NEW RIVERBAPTIST The Board Of County Commissioners
Dec. 7. Home Demonstration Draped as you for J. Mr Elinor Shaffer of Detroit, Bradford County, Florida.By .
members from the various clubs was tinsel made from a wire pot family members: I Ii i McRae went fishlng-a'tCedar. Key Mich and Lawton Conner of CIIUPCB, Charles. A. Darby
brought ,suggestions for decora-1 I scraper. At the base was green-, First, take a look at the family .i Cash paid for good.clean cot-i Saturday( ?. '. *. Starke, were dinner guests of Mr Sunday School. 10 a. m. WorShIp 1 Clerk Itit l.UI

tlons and some of these were cry: a cluster of red glass balls ), library. Plan to fill in some of; ton rags. No Khaki or wool '. Miss Diane Hall is visiting. for and Mrs. W. C. Conner Thursday sour 11 a. m. Evening sexy:
I made during the day. j j and a bow from the pot scrapper. the gaps. ,Choose additions which !Bring' to Bradford County Tele* a few months,with Air.'and Mrs. evening. .,., .i p. !1. Prayer Meeting eaa Small Or Large 67
She also displayed small dolls ] I Eldon Sapp.
I Mrs. Dave Green brought a will help provide a balanced read-Imph.| j Mr. and Mrs. James Wain- Wednesday 7:30 ,p.m Buttons?
unique hanging decoration made she had dressed as angels. I ing supply. Some good reference I Mr-- and Mrs. J*_ W. McRae,
t of clothes hangers fastened to- !. Miss Ross Home Demonstration ,books, autobiographies "how-to -
gether so that the hooks were on Agent showed how to make !do" books good fiction and his-
the outside ,to put colored balls| a Christmas wreath place mat'torical books and religious books
on. Her other suggestion was a ] using rick-rack.. A gift suggestion ,have a place in every family li- !

center piece with a knitting,,. for those who like to wear kerI I brary.If I .
I needle inserted through the mid-i 1I chiefs on their heads is an angora the family library seems

I die of a round piece of styrofoam.{(i iI. i covered belt buckle to fasten :adequate keep the interests and

Colored glass balls were then put the ends of the kerchief. Use a tastes of individual family mem-I I .
on the needle with large ones at one-inch buckle of an oblong bers in mind. iGTig r. Hickory Smoked Sugar Cured ::
I. Books for the smaller members
the bottom and graduating in size shape without a tongue and crochet -iof i the family should be very i

smaller) to the top. loosely around it ,using _anALVAREZ' I,carefully chosen:, should be true f :-i ,. ri

to life wholesome and natural, ,. { .
fill Men's Clothing simply and clearly written and i t 1 #
STORE Established 1894 illustrated and strong and durable -I
1 t as well as colorful in ap- i
,pearance. I 1
iI I goons I
I I Choose books for a reason-to .
I yr. I
fill an interest or, a need, not asa

last minute resort in gift giving.I Division of .
1 ) i Remember the Bradford Coun- Food fate Philadelphia,
ty Public Library and the Book- I II Mores, Inc.. ,Pennsylvania I' '
I mobile have a'nice assortment of I e

II I books which you may borrow if 'i,: H ft N t, t. c SHORT .
I von don't choose to buy books. I
I Persian Sweets //Pgbqr W ,
The 4-H girls made these for QUANTITY '
r _
their Christmas Tea last week: WHOLE
21" d.ofono!tub*.
232 {a. M. pictw I In a food chopper grind .figs, RESERVED 1 'j

WITH SWIVEL BASE dates, pecans, prunes putting LB L "iE.
them in the chopoer alternatelyso

as to aid in mixing. Mix any l r J Ul"JZ Nf erw I."l V-'C t' ::"' >)."N r '" ,;
f rI combination of fruits and nuts MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS "Y.s.t:
'Tn the -quantity that you like. 'y >JO t. WITH THE PURCHASE OF'WALNUT

into portions and shape Into FRUIT CAKE
small balls the ,size of a large I THIS COUPON EXPtRE9 ,
DECEMBER 18. 196.6 I
marbl0, It'desired, shak in a CODE BT TTT i
1 rN. 3 I bay wPh one-half- cup. toasted ; i.LOIN u89cjJUI0'

.. 73" MiioifCOfMf. urns. i 'j I chopped coconut or powdered
his you s'' all the aatm.e
f' to coat.Christinas
.. shear
N.. "00,11I,: '.. pit.,. r V
bti,M, ihorp. clear MOOED MT2OVBZI I Customs S e DELlcrPLlS.
"GI..iec',," cut, ,'or. ...dta. The ,ancients believed that Greek ilm .
***, ,itcctio sat them from 'ViI and cItthttS _
... hollv guarded 41er Gifts
pidf nid w nmvint forM "Ie
CI...,.. I its winter greenness was a token i C Irlstl nos_ I.BONE i ifRE

."s-.,,.,full .powtr 4" c.u tranifarmirF 1. ;hash, V,Htf II ., of Diplomat spring to Joel come.,Roberts It was Poinsett aU". S. For gee tt t its lB

fall.fidelity k.front lauoi. our first Minister to Mexico, who tto t t ( i q f pa1 g ... I IiROUND
brought us the Poinsettia which ,

$22995t'O blooms at this 'time t>f year southof BEEF 3 POUNDS $1.45"I
!die r4er1 So, the holly with REEN SM TAMPS
: the promise< MORE
; \ :: oE
is.ooOR I
thetpo&tseltia. now atsymjfcl ,Q* WITH PURCHAS OF ti? .,,
"1be PROOF G J M'GRIFF the nativity,. enhance the NAM- TALMADCE COUNTRY CURED "The Finest Cure-The Finest
hY bin Ira flCTURfT Christmas spirit! Taste"I I
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: oos IunA

Ph. WO 4.6551 Cor. Call & Walnut idK. ff. ,9g a t t 9 t --r HAMS lB I BACON CELLO LB

..BJ ,sWt1t>; GrM, .
U'f\1! ltU P.5 r.33: it:",JS HX8B 3a3 haI e: '. :' 11.- 'is .. tr.l: : I E"3 f:1I: l m 1/I/ IIaIiIa!
A & &\ 1 t .)11x1Mr .
..'t : '" t SWIFT'S QUALITY SHORTENING :- '';::,:' ;.,
"andii-Mrs. 'o.pney; "Belcher,: .. f DAIRY :DEPT .
WINIER..GARDEN TASTY : :';;:; ;: '
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f(It night of :Jacksonville guests of Mr.were. "and'Sz&nrday Mrs. :]i APPLE: or DICC LC 29i1 3 LB l FYNE-S-F RED" COLORED SOLIDS

I Evan Hodges- ,. j I II BUMPKIN i I I C J SIZE "tJ J EWE L CANUMITl 4 gc

I Miami Mn ,and d--.4 were.:Mrs,: "EJzie""' '."Clark lay.guestst of ]I i I II I ._PARTY MINCE PAJC: TANGY MEAT PIES Ik E z 31i- $500..PURCHASE WITH .Ii OLEO 2 PKLB 29 CI

of Mr'. and Mrs..Lloyd Clark. |I IMr. FROZEN 10 OZ. & MAXWELL HOUSE AROMA< RICH
*. .J, ,H..Sullivan. and son: SHRIMP I SIZE 43c LONGHORN TANGY
visited Mrs. )vgnes PhSlman inGainesville.
(Wednesday, ,. I 1 I COFFEE I LBCAN 59c I CHEDDARCHEESE LB 59c

Mr.: t and)ci.s-rJack.S"mtmons, i)f I
visited. Mr, and .' tt Ii
Gainesville ffIr { Lo'pYJ la '(PEG .49t VAlUE)
N, "C. i >ttSuiKiay, ltfirnw>n.,. ',ANGEL 18 OZ : FOOD FAIR" COFFEE (Ib can 49 uMIT) COFFEE WITH f.t MAYFAIR SLICED CHEESE .
:'Mr..Hin: .Mrs, R. j t. "Dukes of i I R I N G 39 jS.00 PURCHASE
-take!Butler yisitod,-Mr. And Mrs.!, POOP SIZE 1 FYNE-TEX ALL PURPOSE (LIMIT PLEASE) I e AMERICAN 8 oz
T-IIIn. 'Ma&ey Sunday.atternooh.Mn BLUE PIMENTO
".n .'Mrs ,Johnny"Lewis, "and I: }1OTpOG' ROLLS, 8 19( E WHITE DETERGENT SIZE GT 49c I o SWISS
children of, JldcslbnyiUe ; sited: lOX a

Mr. and Mrs. Pit*Baxter'Sunday 1 E .!f D .. i .FYNE-TASTE... GARDEN SWEET I FLAVORKIST DELICIOUS
Mr. and \fcs. iatltjreen."Shirley '-- --, .," '-""- :. *303CANS '
Green and Cherie HmttJivisited i r RSFfKtlt ; PEAS or CORN 2 29c .Ii ICE MILK
':Linda Green at Plortda I I
Southern< 'C:Alege in Lakeland i WH I TIN G u. 15, I LIBBY'S DELICIOUS .

Sunday.Mr. FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 #303 99c HALF
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and Mrs. J. D. Douglas and DI'CE AT}! : CANS GALLON 49t
Mrs"Roberts of Lake Butler were Dtf KEYS TANGY
visiting Mrs. W. T. Blair and Mrs. MO TASTY CARTON

W. L. Douglas Thursday Ernest Edwards night. BOLOGNAHYGRADE 1 10 OZ 35? I CHILI wi BIANS 2 .CANS X30 0PKC 49c' "MIXTM UP"
Mr. and Mrs.
%- I ,
l and family were Sunday guests of TANGY ALL MEAT WESTFIELD TASTY

{ -r Mr Jacksonville.Mrs.and Mrs.. Harry Edwards in SALAMI69$ i s : GRAPE APPLE DRINK 4 32 'OZ $100 I BABY FOODS

Conerly of Hague
visited Mrs. Mattie Bowen Sun- 2B OZ 1 a CHERRY J 12 SDI!_ 99c (

day afternoon. pKG 89 ,tts use* w I I'iI.! U2 :IM ... .. ... ,I :a WII! >... JAil

+ ,t & the John weekend Green-of guest Gainesville of his parents was, ___, _. _. .,.. ,; __, Ii

Mr and Mrs. A. L. Green. 1 / .' 'PRODUCE'' .- -- .'. .-- 1 1
;, Blair, Mrs Lottie 50MERCHANTS 1
Mrs. T.
: ; \ Thursday t
afternoon. I 2 LB PKG KING FROZEN UP' BtSalZE i 10 I PR apt CMY om.otfi ROSE FAIR

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott and VEAL STEAKS 01 LB. 29C NYLON HOSE
in Gainesville Sunday. N
Modern heating, is the most, accident-proof .man,''Mrs. Al Rain of ,Archer visited I CODE IT HARD'RIPE FANCY FRESH ''CODE'T I

fuel ever developed. flaming torch can be her 'mother. Mrs. Mamie Hodges' ICE
extinguished in a bucket of oil>> : Monday.. TOMATOES HEAD 12tFRESH I
Mrs. Paul Emery and sons of, i I

palatka ,were weekend guests ,of ,CRISP CRISP FANCY'RED
.... Mrs.. Eva Harrell.'Mr. I I
and Brannen
-.t'O. :Mo.-HD P')JJ ffi ..SIRVJCIFUEL .OR PR(, U. J: ; Of Palatka ';were 'Saturday,'night t SPICE DROPS Lady Stella Asst. I!



BRADFORD COUNTY and daughters of Jacksonvillewere : : --,- 1.-- !
Sunday guests of Mr. aad : i
T. C. Hazen Jr. 1 t t I t t
Mrs. Dave Green. So
SINCLAIR OIL DISTRIBUTOR .' Kathy Lewis Is confined at .25 ,0 o 0 0 0 0 25

Freeman Register John A. Toro' Kathy heads '"and,Billy< itighanv WITH THE PURCHASE oCF t "THE PURCHASE tF-1 LB WITH THE PURCHASE OFB" ;

GULF OIL PRODUCTS SHELL JOBBERK. were'play in the to Kindergarten Starke Thursday Christmas ._Luncheon Meat p CopKIES O- PUMPKIN PIE- .

G. Duncan Jerome Johns Oil Co. night. DtcEMSR J&.I960COaemT DECEMBER 18.1960 DECEMBER I960 ,
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.' Lewis and( family Mrs.E. {IITI coot >n COOL s1 ;
STANDARD. OIL AGENT PHILLIPS 66 Bigham. Jr. and family. Patricia i. -.. -- ,;

.Thomas, and Creig,Wood-attend I -- -- i.

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hhr.mtr.n.n.ar 6. Mrs. G. W. Roberts led the devotional -I Confection Tree !.The Cirrait Conrt Of Tke Eighth through under or against-them or published In Bradford ,Couaty, Py Marian, I* Crosby,' D. C.
Holiday ".....Ial Circuit Of Florida I. And r either of them and aU other per- Florida and haying a genera circulation Theron A. Yawn. Jr.:
and presented an inter- ". Fur Bradferd t*m tr. In C'haneery.Ct sons claiming any right, -title, or within 'said County P. O Drawer 731 _,
IAWTEYBy \ esting program. During the busi- r \... 12-834 interest I whatever in or to the following 'Witness my hand'* Clerk of11, Starke, Florida ,."-.
ness session plans were made for ,. Ira II.'Tru'J and his wife Helen lands situate in; Bradford Circuit Court'of Bradford County Attorney Jot PlataUffa.f .
1 V. True Plaintiffs, vs U. C. Sweat, County, Florida, to-wit: Florida and the seal of said Courtat 11-1 4t t-8
Enza Blanchard: Christmas activities. Members t 4s't et ai, Defendants. The East Half (E%) of the Starke, Bradford County, Florida
present with the hostess were SUIT TO QUIET TITLE Southwest Quarter (SWof the this 29th day of November, Who's GotieButtons ;
.................. Order Of Publication And Notice Northwest Quarter (NWtt) of the I:60.!: ... 67
Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. H. C. Kelly ToDefend Southeast Quarter (SE',.) of See2 (SEAL OF THE CIRCUIT COURT) ? ;
i[ The Woman's Society of Christian Mrs. EWe Miner Mrs R. E. Lee In The Name Of The State Of East, except the Easterly 120' Sd Charles A. Darby
Florida To feet there-of which lies North of Clerk of the Circuit Court,
.i Service met with Mrs. Orville ; Mrs. H. C. Wainwright, Mrs. Maei : County Graded Road. Bradford County, Florida
Ce-Operatlve Colony of
a > Florida, 'and its members officers, GREETINGS: You are hereby ,
a notified that a suit in equity has
creditors lienors and
assigns, all of whose residences been brought against you and each
unknown; and Edward N. Dickerson are- f I of you by Ira H. Truex and his (COLEMAN'S GULF SERVICE
wife, Helen F. Truex. plaintiffs.
: J. Po.Oliver: John 1;. Oliver I| as
James XOOD -. j in the above entitled Court and
individually and
; y agent for )Temple CoOperativeColony as I i cause; that the relief sought in said 263 N. TEMPLE PH. WO 4.6001
s I I suit is to remove clouds from and
of Florida
ofF : Hayes;
yr v jc Robert 1L Smith and their respect- to quiet and confirm the plaintiffs'fee
simple title thereto.against the
live spouses if any; G. C. Sweat
( D i and his wife, Bula A. Sweat: and claims of you and each of you; and UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTJESSE
& r Hl Simon J. Temple and his wife, you are hereby summoned.: Orderedand
( file answeror
required your
Sarah J. Temple (all of whose respective I
written defenses to the complaint
: it : residences are unknown) in said cause in the office of theundersigned B. COLEMAN
if alive, and if dead then his or her
Clerk of the Circuit
a unknown heirs devisees I ,
,. a'.r" I grantors, lienor, creditors legatees, successors +'ourt, in Starke. Bradford County, Assisted by Ken Coleman & Ed Griffis
Florida, on or before December 31.
in interest and all other
1960 and to serve copy thereof on
persons claiming any interest in Yawn, Jr., plaintiffs'aHornEY.
if Theron A.
the hereinafter described propertyjy whose address is: Post
% through under or against! each FREE GREASE JOB
ny tk Office Drawer 791, Starker Florida
f surh deceased,
and all
wY other persons .. ,
n or before said date as. requiredI
property claiming hereinafter alIntE'rest described in by.the 1 I I'i the Laws of "Florida and the WITH EACH OIL CHANGEGOOD
p4 en .._ Florida Uuies of Civil ProcedureIf
+ ) ;_ I. you fail to do so, a decree pro
4. confesso will be entered againstyou
for the
r for the! relief demanded in the

: :: ... # ; .r7 way you write. Come hi, and select complaint.IT GULF GASOLINE and OIGTIRESTUBESBATTERIES
;, : your favorite! ESTERBROOK this Order and notice! shall be pUb-I .
I lished once each- week for four
5' 5 Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH i'i secutive weeks In the Bradford ,
'County Telegraph a. newspaper

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To help the young fry through those exciting, "isn't Santa here
yet" days before Christmas, set their hands to stringing bright
jelly drop candies and soft miniature marshmallows as trim for
7DEY this gay caramel popcorn tree. Here's a wonderful gift to deck.
mantle or table with a festive air. F
Divide the caramel corn as you would for balls shape into trees

/ simssful and decorate, and presto -.you have miniature trees to serve at. ; ";
living name-card holders at a holiday party. They're such fun to.make e"

.. so sure to delight, that this confection tree may well .become-. a
tradition at -, -
csd Via simple as thia' your house.Holiday Confection Tree -; _

|i Know what yon waoVf ( 25 2 Caramels tablespoons((7 water ozs.) Spice Miniature jelly Marshmalleowe4 drops' .,'

f ( I 2 quarts popped corn, salted
0, Figure cut the cost Place the caramels and water in the top of a double boiler.Heat", .. f

) .. ..? V_ stining frequently, until caramels are melted and the sauce is
8. Set definite! program of laving that wffl add smooth. Pour over the popcorn and toss until every kernel is coat-
op ed. With hands slightly moistened with cold water mold caramelcorn
tg to the right amount of money at the right time.' into Christmas tree shape. Let stand until surface is dry.

.4 tr With' needle and thread, alternately string marshmallows and

4, Faithfully follow your program' week after week spice jelly drops. Beginning at the top wind strings around the
tree. Secure at several places with toothpicks. Insert birthday can- U
month, after month till the total in your bank book dle holders and candles in jelly drops.Top tree with a star secured
with a toothpick. Place tree on a tray and garnish with holly leaves.
tc11I yoa that you're in!

i Wells; ,Mrs.-- A. H. Harley. Mrs. P. Roger Williams -x 'x

A&e FIRST step in he right direction,open a SavingLceooBt L. Dink ns, and Miss Enza = --- -

/ in this bank,today. Blanchard.The Will Play Two ,

Executive Board of Lawtey
PTA.met at the school Thursday .

Community State Bank of Starke afternoon Dec. 8. I Roger Williams, ''the renowned. I l 96

Monday .evening was the last pianist who has become the; top :

t meeting of the Red Cross First!recording instrumentalist, of; all-

Member Federal Deposits Insurance Corporation Aid class until the second Monday time and one of the nation's''fav- si :

-in.January., orite conCert: ftrtiste; 'will .appear aae?a

Phone WO 4-9881 Donnie Wise was one of the in person .'tMrEvening; For ---

"Thank t You For Banking With Our Bank" honor students of.the First Grade. You," at Orlando's Municipal

Unintentionally his name was Auditorium, :Saturday J,nl7, and
overlooked last week. Excuse us, | at Daytona'Beach's Pi ody Auditorium RCLVICTORWAYFARER:
Donhie. .
( Monday, Jan. 9,- at' 8:30: !
.. Mrs. Eugene Pearson. Mrs. H.i i p. m. .f .
NATIONAL W. 'Bennett, Mrs. A. H. Harley, '
Williams, who first zoomed to ,
I Mrs. Effie Miner, and Miss. Enza <: fame with his great 'recording hit ;iMODEL NO. 171A052t7 *--
SALUTES ITSMAN Blanchard, attended the Home of' "Autumn .Leaves," "will make (@) @illi
Demonstration Work Shop at !: -T
Brooker Community Center i appearances in' OrlamlQ-' and I ? J :
; Daytona Beach, in a music l vent Mcli tvba (evlr-oB diagonal

OF THEYMONTH Thursday.! Christmas. Different types trees of fancy miniature !; by running the complete*musical, SEE All THE THRILLS .#fill THE COLOI, ITJ. 154 tqwgrt Mi vkwab!!picture (

gamut. He plays classic 'pops THINS TO A SEAT H TBE"SPORTABOUT" TV "..*.
-made candles, canes for the !: THE : ,
jazz, and a bit of rocks; roll '
door> and many other ideas were I spiced with nov lties:. ;stunts '. Ne+erPaAtisoadRtAtaegfo 4tlnorl i[BIG' SET QUALITY! : :
i displayed: all made of
simple while he chats and ipkesSKith his ,. LetwoSetsbl0ao-ReceivesiaCd lasd8lodt '
articles that are.easily found and j f!I audience; He plays. a number of SimpnrlCdcoIor.Quick": "ttma>q...Even a Qitd! CaI Do..u ___\ BIG SET PERFORMANCE!_,

very inexpensive. Coffee was ser.- i'i'hit tunes on' two pianos siinultan- Ie MadabAYa1tabted 'IYtre1csslh'hd"! t HM&OIM,Two-Tone Styling ', )
vcd by the Brooker Club and' ..
everyone enjoyed this with their i!|I eously.. s ;+;- h4,1:' \ __ .&ay4e Volume! Control IG

)_ jr-- 1- sandwiches., ::\ Sharing the spotlight. 1 with! the ( : *S p. Signal Guide Tuner 'r. ;"
'1 i star will be the'new sensational J
Guests 'of the
.' Gladieux family :\. Mew KgfKfficiency Chassis
during the ''week were Mr. and vocal groupthe Quiet M h.", .

x 4 Mrs. M. A. Logan of Swanton, I:i: The son'of a minister,'*. child ...
f Ohio and Mr. 'ai:t Mrs. William I progidy-; ,a sgraduate.electrical: engineer -
'. kt Biglow and two children of St. I 1 I
and ah amateur boxer who '
Anthony, Mich. i i < $
with --heavyweight. ..Ingei r"aAIEXANDER $1588
sparred 0
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Starling,and 3;;: I "

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Starling and I:i i I mar Johansson- Wil1i" ms;; knows .

I Quests Hoyt Foster-of Miami and !i I what his musical public wants ,I

Jimmie Waters,spent the week in and he 'g yes ii: to them!
the Scrub. However, there was :'I .
Tickets {pr the Orlando concertare
one flaw in the pleasure of the on 'sale at''' Streep's .Music

N outing. 'While everyone was loadIng ;; Store ,64})orth, Orange Avenue l
I : to go home a gun was acci.!. and for the' Daytona Beach con- .

i dentally'discharged and the bullet cert at the p abody-.Auditorium Color tAar
wr I hit Jimmie's leg. It proved to bea fcox'office.. _

flesh wound and not too serious. .. w. ViiA, : _

ctg He spent several days in Bradford Handsome new RCA Victor -
.: '
Hospital IT PAYS TO Table :Model 1 i in attractive 1

The community was saddened Trade:wit ',' 4DEI featured E'jony finish.: 'Z3'-TL _

r:1L11Mr. Monday morning by the sudden : : ssrat rl'ali..tic ONLY C '- -
495 f
death, of Edward Durban. Rela- I tele\i ion ''r 'I-

tives visiting Mrs. Durban included : with extra-Yalue quality and '
Bottled Gas
Mr. and Mrs. Al Ivy and Mrs) 'I ,_ performance featuring at a ; r

James Ermie Jones of- Starke, 'Florida was Mary' Rivers of Green Cove I (In City) .:' budget price. ., -

recently honored by his i selection, as the outstanding '. .Springs, Mrs. Laura McQuinn and $6.50 ..... -
Mrs. Carrie McQuinn of Lake l
agent in the Florida-Mississippi Area .by the
Butler.. Mrs. Annie Curlee and Mr.. ,
Liberty National life l Insurance Company. Mr. Jones and Mrs. Raymond Williams of, MODERN
represents the .Gainesville District. Jacksonville,: and Mr. and Mrs. f No Gas Cost Less j- aliA> e -
O. J. "Boyett and daughter of
'Vie-was' named "Man of the Month" by the Valdosta, Ga. I'' Than "Slade Gas" 1,-

Company for his outstanding service,to.policyholders Rev. G. M. Turner of 'Bonifay I RADIOSTERO,
spent the.weekezid ,with his ne- I
and his sale of life insurance.
phew,:M. L. Turner- and Mrs. "

Mr. Jones came with the Company on November 2,. ; Turner. Rev. Turner 'was guest J. WRIGhT .

1959. Prior to this time he was connected with ." speaker at .the First Baptist : SERVICE DEPARTMENT
; ... Church in- the absence of the lo- I
Brownlee and Xhasteen Company. ?James and
L. Howe who
cal'pastor, Rev. T.
Jacqueline Jones have two sons;' James and with his family was visiting his : Sinclair' Service. .
r. ,
Randolph. He is a member of the American mother .for her birthday in Thal- .! :

'legion and the First Baptist Church where he has '. mann, Ga. All of her childrenwere I 542 W. ',l\ladison.St.. "M"OST TRUSTED
there for the family dinner.It I NAME IN
served as Assistant Sunday School Teacher for was really a homecoming for Now.. Offering.:. ,
over-four years.LIBERTY. the family. While the Howes were

in Thalmann they had the plea- WELDING, SERA,:ICE,

.. of attending the wedding ofa 4 t
-All.;.Types OfJ4 .,
niece on Saturday. '

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