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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 22, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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x rOLCME EIGHTY-TWO STARKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY, DEC. 22 1960 NUMBER TWENTY-SIX
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JUDGE HOLDS DECISIONCharges
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Lawtey Fracas

Plans to close the Starke Coca-

Cola Bottling Co. on Jan. 1 have

been indifinitely postponed,"
Frank E. Snell Jr., general mana- After hearing ten witnesses

ger of the company has informedthe testify Tuesday afternoon con
Florida's gigantic: new prison cell block, now under constructionon ,
incidents
cerning In
resulting
To House 150Labor Starke-Bradford County'i,
the Bradford County side of New River, is pictured above in a i, Chamber of Commerce in a letter I CAMERAMAb three charges against Lawtey

composite photograph by R. 1), MeLendon. It has ultra modern dated Dec. 20.. Marshal Sumpter Harley and his

facilities to take care of the needs* of 1,200 prisoners in individualArray Now It had previously been announced companion Hoyt Starling, County -

Cella J Camp that the plant would close the 'I I Judge T. A. Yawn,has not yet

of state dignitaries is shown [in lower photo as Governor lirst of the year and be consolidated announced if he deems the evidence ,

LeRoy jCollias praises advances made in Florida's prison system. with the Gainesville opel-a'\j B'LE sufficient to prosecute. I
In four and half hours of
Seated (from left to right) are II. G. Cochran, director of the Division. Partially CompleteA tion. The move was an economy i a
confusing testimony, the ten wit
measure. it was said due to the I
of Corrections former %
; prison warden L. F.
Chapman; Wm. Durden, made
nesses
conflicting
fact, that sales many
\ : in the past four !
assistant to the Governor; Union County Representative C. A. Roberts labor shortage which has expected to be complete in a few years had been down 26 per cent statements and: none could give a

; Bradford Representative A. J. Thomas, Jr.; Senator Charley K. 1 plagued Bradford County farmers weeks. Co-op Treasurer R. H. Mc- in the Starke area. ,t \ [; clear picture of just what took

Johns, and Commissioner of Agriculture-elect Doyle Conner. I for many years will soon be alleviated Intire stated that $2.795 has'been Mr. Snell met with Chamber of place in Lawtey Wednesday afternoon. f '

!I by approximately 150 mi- pledged to date for constructionof Commerce directors here last Dec. 14.

With Fanfare grant workers to be hojsed in the camp. week and agreed to present the Harley and Starling are charged -

the Half-completed building shown Farmers and businessmen donated matter to his board for reconsideration i with assault and battery in an -

above County Agent G. T. Hug- most of the money in at a, meeting early this --, ; iI I affidavit signed by Coleman Phil
gins said this week. pledges of $100 each. Donors have week. \ : lips of Lawtey, and with public J

$6 Million PrisonIs Huggins, also a member of the been given a printed certificate In his letter to the chamber intoxication and using profane

newly formed Bradford County showing the amount of loan, and yesterday, Mr.. Snell said: "We .S 1 language by Mrs. Purvis Brown of
Labor Co-op, said 50 migrant bearing interest if : reviewed Lawtey. Mrs. Brown is the mother -
,an rate <(? five the letters which I received -
Dedicated HereFlorida's workers were due around Janu- per cent. The contributions '.wit] from your various mem- of former Lawtey marshal .

a1 y 1 to pull greens. But he said, be repaid 'after';the f gram '!sIn bers and carefully; considered all of Mitchell Brown who made head-
the recent cold weather has 3 w, lines when his strict enforcement
operation, Huggins, said.. the iniermation contained therein \
State frozen the crop and delayed arrival The need ,tor additional, labor paying particular attention to Y: of traffic laws brought down the .
Cabinet mem- Distinguished guests also included ire of the American Automobile
of workers probably until came to head last ; the' the
bers moved "en masse" to Rai- i a fear Hoggins reasons why business people I
Secretary of State-elect Tom late January or early February Association on Lawtey last year.
ford last said, when most growers could -of Starke' feel that we should I
Thursday for the dedication Adams, Commissioner of Brown later suspended
was
Agri- to pick strawberries. > eit'rliis
not secure enough-labor operating J
: .to ptefc continue ,,1th\ "aa
of the state's ultra-mod- ;
culture-elect Doyle Conner, and J .iu'anione bran "Plant ., ., liivfirveinent'ljl 'ft free-f'Qru)
field there.
over IheiTistrawberrj
Workers can be ordered through : : -- -- -
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em, $6,000,000 maximum security many State Senators : slug test at Starke service sta-
and Representatives. a
tell block.f '- .-' the 'Florida State Employment day.' ,One grower with ,four "As a result' of this we reached IL
Service, Huggins said, with fiveor acres of berries reported that extra a' unanimous decision to post- tion.Harley
The sprawling unit located in In a speech prior to and Brown two of
the Governor's six day delivery. Bradford labor would have ,been! worth pone lndetinitely'our plan to close were
Bradford County, across New River address, State Senator farmers will be responsible for $3.000 to him last year-.the agent the Starke Coca-Cola Bottling: Co. several candidates competing for
from the present compound Charley E. Johns praised H. G. the Lawtey marshal position earlier -
transporting the workers to the said. Another:offered pickers 125 on Jan 1.
contains 1.208 individual .cells, and Cochran, director of the Divisionof this month. Harley was easily
camp in the Heilbronn Springsarea. flats of berries if they -would "We want to thank you and all Santa's lap 'was full when Larry David
will also house the new death Corrections, for bringing the re-elected to the position whichhe
The agent has hopes that come back the next day and pick your members who 'wrote us, for Andrews, representing Old Saint Nick, held
chamber. prison,,system out of "chaos and had filled by appointment for
the new labor camp,will be filledto them off the bush; they refused. their'very fine spirit of coopera
at the annual
Governor Leroy Collins made disruption to a smooth running capacity during the strawberry "Our farmers are saying they tlon a d for their genuine mterest Kimberly Conner momentarily several months.

the main address at the dedication organization." season. will do some.fanning: if the labor in our company and our product. Christmas program presented by pupils of According to testimony Tuesday -

program held following a Johns noted that in additionto When finished the ,labor camp program made ,possible." Hug We hope that conditions will Mania Priest's kindergarten at the First Harley telephoned Mrs.

barbecue feast of ribs and chicken the new cell block prison will contain a kitchen, dining gins stated. The agent 'also ,said improve to: the extent that our Baptist Church last week. It's all in the I Brown at her Home where the

served in the prison's dining plans call for an administration area about 150 bunks, and sanitary !- enthusiam among farmers ,and plant'can continue and prosper. spirit of fun and [Christmas! fight later took place, saying he ,
halL Other cabinet members attending building on the same site renova- facilities. It is estimatedthat businessmen alike:is:high. We' pledge our every effort to just called to tell her he was

the event Included Sec tion of the old! prison buildings total cost of the buildingwill Initial launching, of the program bring this about during the going to Gainesville and wouldn'tbe

retary of State R. A. Gray, Attorney and construction of a hospital and run between $6,000 and took place at a Farm Bureau months ahead. If we'are unsuccessful on duty that afternoon, adding

General Richard Ervin. reception center at the old air- 7000. Construction of the camp Board of Directors meeting in in doing this and economic i iconditions' New Courthouse Costing $$350,000 that she was "the only person inLawtey

and State._Comptroller Ray Green. [Continued On Page Six] was started December 5 and is August. committee was forme(:! within Bradford and i who needed protection."
-- ----- and met with Chamber of Com- Union Counties do not show some Mrs. Brown testified that Har-

f. '4o merce Directors who received the improvement, we want you to:, Recommended By Jax ArchitectThe ley used profane and abusive language ;
idea with enthusiam Huggins know that we made an effort, and I so she called her nephew, '

said. This joint committee me] we feel sure that all of your fine Raymond Prevatt, to the phone.
with representives of the Florida people will understand." I controversial courthouse incumbents declare is hamperlig I Prevatt and Phillips were building

State Employment Service to discuss issue-whether to add to the old,I efficient operation of their office. I a set of new front steps to her

details in launching a labor junk the old and build a new, or Chamber of Commerce execu- porch she said-

'iq Fl program. Torode NamedTo simply stay as is-will be one of tive Robert Mclntire reported to According to testimony, Harley ,
it Then on October 6, 22 growers the many problems dumped in the the board that he had inspectedlap told Prevatt he was "coming

met and pledged $2200 for con- of the new County Commission [Continued On Page 5] [Continued on Page 51
structing migrant labor facilities.. Racing BoardJohn when it gets down to busi-1I

These three. committees then integrated ness on January 6.

to form the Bradford I The present board meeting
A. Torode, Shell Oil dis-
Labor with 'both
County Co-op here :Monday, heard Jacksonville
tributor in the Starke area, was
farmers and businessmen partici- architect B. W. Close strongly
appointed Tuesday to the Florida
pating: recommend that the county con-:
Racing Commission by Governor-
struct a new courthouse in a new
BI Brooker Man 34 elect Farris Bryant. location rather than attempt
3' ;. Torode together with other
stop-gap .renovation of the pres-
ii 41f *t r.oi y new appointees to the board, was .
Killed In WreckA called to Bryant headquarters in ent building.

Ocala Tuesday, where the announcement After hearing Close denouncethe I
proposed renovation programas
two-car collision two milesI was made. ... J
Robert Morgan, Miami accountant "economically unsound, poor
I south of Brooker on SR 229 last
{ Saturday night fatally injured was named chairman of the judgement, impractical and a

134-year-old Andrew J. Witt of Commission, and other memberswill possible source of "public criticism -
the board voted to attempt
,
Brooker. be: former State Senator Joe
a meeting with incoming I
Highway Patrolman John Evans Rood of Bradenton; Jack Fiveash a
members of the new board, as wellas
Pensacola automobile dealer and
said the wreck occurred about 7:15 ;
and
Witt'was'driving toward Carl Rose, Ocala road contractor Sen. Charley E. Johns
p. m. as
.. and 'horse breeder. The board Rep. A. J.'Thomas Jr.*to explorethe
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Members of the Bradford County Labor : members'are paid $300 per month I possibilities of using race 7r
Co-op ,stand in front of 79-year-old Brooker Negro, George -, It
track monies for the project.
the partially completed migrant labor building. From left to right- Smith, pulled out from a side salary.
was suggested that the meetingbe
ELKS County Agent G. T. Huggins R. H. road and turned north toward The racing commission has
Mclntire
(treasurer :
), J. R. "if
\{sin. of horse and held before the new year,
complete supervision
Wright 1 (chairman! ), Marklre Brooker.
Starling Jim Chasteen "
XMAS PARTYFor (secretary andowner Witt applied his brakes and his dog racing in Florida, and also possible. I
of the converted
George KOpt'loasos.Policemen. building), Pf'teGriffis, Wade Catkins, and i. car skidded sideways'in the road. supervises jai alai frontons. County Attorney T. F. Landrum i j

Witt's Torode served Bryant's was instructed'to contact the
as
Smith's car slammed into
The i auto and knocked it- into a ditchat Bradford County campaign manager State Attorney General's officein

ChildrenFlorida in the 1956 and 1960 regard ..0 legal questions relating -
Float Will the side of the road Evans: cam- I
RepresentCity to the use of race track
'were ,
said. Both cars: completely paigns. I
TheatreSat. demolished.Witt money for this purpose. The I
died about two hours laterin board wants it understood, however i gI =
At !
Inaugural Parade Jan. that if the of ,
., Det. 24 3 Alachua General.Hospital in p- source money f
for renovating or building a new
10 A.M.PLEASE Gainesville. The driver of the 4c'L ,
courthouse is to come from any
BRINGA Starke will be well represented) police had asked that Starke send other car Smith was treated' for other source than race track
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injuries. .
nose
TOY at the governor's inaugural parade i two policemen to the inaugura- funds, the question must go to a
en January 3, the City Smith has been charged with referendum.
j '
tion.The failing to yield the of
Council right way
decided at its regular
council also
agreed to pay William P. associateof
Henry, an
This Space Contributed meeting I half from a private road, the Florida.
Tuesday night. the cost of a $500 float from Architect Close told tha board
Weekly to Publicize The council first okayed send' Starke and Bradford County to Highway Patrol stated.CEMETERY that a new courthouse would cost aileJ4N MiyiWpiOSRaM/eY.t.y+iyle'. '

Community Events by ing two city policeman. Assistant go into the inaugural parade. The an estimated $350,000, while renovating -
Chief Ashley E. Jones and patrol-!float will be made in Tallahassee, WORKING and enlarging the present Rudolph?

THE COMMUNITY manV1lliam.. P. Rosser. to the City Clerk Merrill Edwards said. There will be a working at Dyal building would cost around $167-

STATE BANK capital city Jan- 3 to help, direct i I The clerk brought the matter, be- Cemetery: on Friday Jan.- 8. All 520. The latter figure would pro- One of the most attractive outdoor Christmas decorations of the

traffic. In his request to tHe i fore the board at the request of Interested persons 'are urged' *to vide an additional 7,468 square! .current season is this sassy reindeer adorning the door of the North j 1

OF STARKE council Police Chief Riley Sweat:' Chamber of Commerce director. come and bring tools to work feet of space to relieve crowded ,I Church Street home of )(r. and Mrs. 8. L. Peek, Jr Small fry adffllrfag .
stated that Tallahassee's chief of [Continued on Page 5] With. John A. Torode i
:' '1'"l conditions which some courthouse "Rudolph" are Martha Dennis and Catherine[ Peek. ;
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AGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH,, STARVE, FLORIDA THURSDAY DEC. 1960 "l

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na Mr and Mrs. Jesse Sublett of I Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Comer Perryman Santa To Visit weeks in Bradford County TeleDecember, :21. 160!
I graph, commencing December :22: < (I'1ft''TIT COl'UT SEAL)
Murfreesboro. Tenn. are holiday and sons Mr. and Mrs. Wesley and Rodger Francisco of Jacksonville m. e

guests of their daughter, Mrs. ,I Andrews, and Mr. Ishma will are spending Christmas with Call St. Thursday, Witness my hand and the seal of; Clerk Tiarles of A.said Darby Circuit Court. ,

Harry Green and family. spend Christmas day at their Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman. Friday SaturdaySanta said Court at Starke Florida, this 12-S2: ::: It T-1S ;

Order Photographic Crystal Friends of, Louis -
.Rev..andAMrs.
Imprinted and summer cottage on Lake.: I
Christmas Cards how at Mr. and Mrs. ,Logan Baldwin j HUlendahl and children will be Claus will be on Call t t

Bullington's. tfchg were In Jacksonville over the i interested to learn that they are Street this Thursday and Friday

N 6dLVi9i Mr. and Mrs. I. J, Schexnayderof weekend where Mr; Baldwin attended i in Nyakatsapa, Southern Rhodesia from to 7 p. m., and Saturday' .y I

New Orleans were visiting their the Investors Diversified' where they are attending a language from 1 to 5 p. m. Arrangementsfor ,

f .. "" 1 ... Tr ...... .. 6 aunt Mrs. C. A. Knight or Mon Services, inc, 'm tings.. school, studying the native his appearance here were I,
Mr. and Mrs: Edward T. Vpetti I Shan language. made by'the Starke-Bradford ,
r Mrs. George Flynn Jr. and ,, Miss Gail Drapier of Jackson day.Mr !
ch and Mrs. J. E. Powell and: of Lakeland:!"wllfbe holiday guests Mr. and airs: Gene Petcher of County Chamber of Commerce.
Tampa dren spent the past week and in ville Miss Priscilla West of : Mr. and Mrs. Powell Jr. of Jack-: of their daughter; Mrs. C. L1 i Jacksonville will 'be. out-of-town He will be glad to greet all of ,;' t A P f ft
wither parents Mr. i Gainesville
and Phil McDL'da! of I
sonville will be holiday weekend Dent, and family. guests at 'a family gathering on his young friends during these'' t
Mrs. R. s. McAteer. j f of Newberry were weekend house guests of Mrs. C. A. Knight.Mr. Mrs. 'S. M. Wright left Sunday Christmas. 'day at the home of I hours. 11 k ZyI t I IP

Mr. and Mrs. W. Hal Hand. Mr. \, guests of Miss Lu Green. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Lewis, of for her home in' Anaheim Calif Mri and Mrs. Dave Paulk. !

and: Mrs. Harold Beasley Mr. and !! W. G. Stringfellow is a medical Wilmington Dela., Tom Long of after two months visit with her Mr. and' Mrs. Cecil Walters, Children's Yule )

Mrs. Lewis, Irby and Mr. and I patient in St. Vincent's Hospital Fort Benning Ga.. and Dave Longof son-in-law, and daughter; Mr, Sr. of Dublin Ga. will be weekend Party | ,

Mrs. A. Q. Smith of Starke and Mrs. John P. Simpson returned Mttdletown. Dela. are holiday and Mrs. Ronald Andrews.. guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Given By Elks j i

Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Brault of Key- 'Saturday after three week: confinement guests of Col. and Mrs. T T. Mrs.' J. M Vickers and daugh- Peek, Jr. and family.. if

\ stone Heights will attend the an- in Bradford County Long. ters, Janice and Jean, of Burns- Mrs. Norman Willis and children !. The Children's Christmas Party, I

nual Christmas party of the'j Hospital and Alachua General Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson and wick, Ga. spent 'Tuesday and spent the weekend in Rich- sponsored each year by the Elks f

Gainesville District of the Giufi Hospital.Mrs. Mrs. Mae Hawkins and Paul Wednesday, with friends here.: land, Ga. with her parents, Mr. Lodge, will be held at 10 a. m. I i

Life Insurance Co. at the Seven I Lee Pitch of Rush City Hawkins of Waldo had dinner at Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Vanderlipand .Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Alston. Saturday at the Florida Theatre. j ; jfl .{
Seas Restaurant In Gainesville the daughter. Dawn, of Decatiir Christmas Lights at Peylons A of cartoons'
I Minn, is spending the holidays Green Turtle Restaurant in special program j
Friday evening. I j jt i with her daughter Mrs. J. C. Jacksonville on Sunday, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Sad Florist. and other' features will be shown l

Order Imprinted and Photo- :. Pogg. and family. Miss Jackie Hobbs of St. born,and Miss Mary, Lou Sanbornof ilr. and Mrs. Merritt Williams I for the children, and admission !
rraphc Christmas Cards now atBullington's. J j Dr. and Mrs. James Chace of Petersburg and Jimmy Hobbs of Lake Worth win be holiday will ,have: as holiday guests, Mrs.J will be by a toy for distribution a Sincere. Ihcnks for your patronage during the ,

tfchg I weekend guests of their relatives, ,. F. Rogers and Mrs.Florence in the Elks' Christmas baskets.
f Tuscon, Ariz will visit their aunt, U. of F. are home for the holi- i
Bill Green of the University of Mrs. Etta Hoover on Saturday.Mrs. Mr .I and Mrs. Harry .MootY. Rogers of Jacksonville, Mr. and There will be free candy and I past year. We hope we may serve you as well ::1:1in
South Carolina is home for the;I days.Mrs.. Clara Holten, Mrs. Doro- Mrs. Fred Guy_ and daughter, Mrs. R. L. Siefferman of Tampa, I fruit for all children attending I
holidays. Helen _Chace and Mrs. thy Welch and Mr. and Mrs. Jane of,Gainesville were visiting Miss Idell Landrum of Durham the toy matinee.R. I II "
Dudley G. Cole of Ocala I the New Year Merry Christmas!
were N. C., and Miss Frances Landrum I +
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins the first of the
Mr. I ,
and Mrs. Gene Kuschel of John Phillips of Tampa, were. I t
visiting Mrs. Etta Hoover last of' Florida Southern University R. Andrews (
Charleston S. : Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. week. Executor'of the Estate
C. are spending the Thursday. Mr. and Mrs A. W. Chapmanand I i
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I G. Holten. Order Imprinted and Photographs of O.V. .Andrews, deceased. ,
holidays with her parents Dr. and:. Kirsch Drapery Rods at Starke Mrs. Nita Downing and Mrs. Christinas Cards now at daughters of Columbus, Ga. 12-22 4t 1-12 : i
Mrs. L. H. Hardware. A-3cHarvey Tanner of Kees- I
Jennings. tfchg Bu1linrt 's. tfcht and In The Circuit
Hildabelle Bence of Jacksonvillewere Court Of Bradford 1
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- Hoover Mr. and Mrs Ariel Suarez of ler AFB, 'Miss.' will ,be holiday County; Florida IB (Chanrrr- j I
Etta
Mrs. on
visiting Ca.eo.. I:-03." I| ,
Tuesday. Mexico City arrived last 'Wednesday guests{ of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Stuart V. Lanter Plaintiff vs. I IMamie \
r Their Tanner. Lanter, alias Mrs A. Wil-j
to make home tempOrarily -
Mrs. John Christiansen was in ,
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llama, Defendant.NOTICE \ >
I ': /'P. Capt. and. ifrs. W. A. Edwards, ',, "
Gainesville on Tuesday visitingher with her mother:Mrs 1\1. OF SUITIn :': '< ;
Brown. Mrs. Suarez plans to teachat Ill, and family' o'f! Denbigh, Va. The Xame Of The State Of : \
sister Mrs. C. W. Beasley.Mrs. ,
; Florida i iI
Souttiside school starting in are, spending' the 'holidays With I ..
Sarah Barton of Atlantais '. I 'J' .Mamie Lanter alias Mrs A.
January and Mr. Suarez 'will enter their parents }fr. and. Mrs. J. VTHIiarns, whose residence is 421: t ,
PEACE ONI EARTH 'I'Ir spending the holidays with her the second tem at U. of F. G. Caldwell Starke and }{r. and Hih Street I''tersbur'ir lnia.: I I
H. M. Hatcher, You are hereby notified that a Your Friends-
daughter. Mrs. -.
.
Mrs. Edwards in
T. C. Hazen, Sr; of Gainesville Hal Orange J suit In equity, in which the relief I i ,
Jr. and family. underwent.surgery Monday .In Park. Capt. Edwards and his !I sought is divorce and custody of.
CITRUS AND FRUIT TREES- leave around the first j Helena Lavon Lanter minor child l
Alachua General HospitaL family will i of the parties, has been filed a- Charlie E. Johns AgencyCharlie i
Oranges, Grapefruit. Satsumas, Mr. and Mrs. 'G-, F. Floyd of for their new' base at Cannon, : gainst you by Stuart V. Lauter In |
Pecan Plum, Persimmons at Sis- Texas. the above named Court and cause, i i
Tallahassee were ,weekend- guests and you are summoned.* ordered .
trunk's. of Mr. and Mr P. D.'Fancner.Mr. Kirsch Drapery Rods at Starke I and required to file your writtenanswer | Hazel, and Ona I

Jerome Edwards of PSU is and Mrs. R. W. DouviDe Hardware. 'tfehr I in or said defenses cause in to the the office complaint of- !I i

home for the holidays. and 'sonsof..' ''Pensacoia will '.be Mrs. Kate Sheppard is spend- ; undersigned Clerk of said Court : (
: ing the Christmas holiday in at Starke Florida, -on or before the !
Miss Markleyann Johns of Or-, weekend guests -of her parents "
; 23rd day of January 1961. and to I Ii Ii
lando Junior College arrived= Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Griderv' Winter Garden with Mrs. R. P. i i serve a copy thereof on Hollis V. i

home :Monday for the holidays. t1 Mrs: D.-L" 'Powell. andMr.and I Wright. Knight, Is plaintiff's P. It. FOX attorney 842,, Starke whose, ,iaddress
,Mr., and Mrs,;; Grady: Cook ,and | Williams Has That a
I ofJacksonville
,' kII1tf2f'tIAI1iGOOD Mrs- Lester Humphries was Mrs."Powell, "Jr.; and baby Florida on or before said date, as1 i
1 : and Mrs. Lena An daughter; Ann, of Waycross, Ga. required by the Laws /f Florida I
Younkers. N. Y, last week \isiting! and Rules of Court. If you fail to''
her mother, Mrs Mary L. Mahoney drews of Orlando wire weekend will be holiday guests of Mrs. do so, a dttiree pro eonfesso will | Special Gift For All .
guests ofMr;::and Mrs.H..- L. Clyde Sinclair, be'entered against you for the re- |
- and family. t Mrs. T. J. Cofbett of F rnan- ,, lief demanded in the complaint. j
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Hough. This notice shall be The So This
publishedonce Family
I II Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis had I
CITRUS,AND FRUIT ,TREES- dina Beach is spending this week a week for four consecutive
I as Sunday dinner guests at the Oranges Grapefruit; Satsnmas, with her daughter, Mrs. George I II
:Seaside Inn in Fernandina Beach, CHRISTMAS
Pecan. Plum,-per lminoris i -Aft .Sts.trunk's. F.- Snell and family. I
> !Mrs. J. R. Hardee and family of Mr* and Mrs. Jack Trawick

WILL TO MEW Fernandina, and Mrs.- Del Colleyof Pvt; Buck. Gill, of- the A. F B,, and son. Buddy, were irj TampaTuesday ,, GIVE i :
Starke. Mrs. Jane And- y
visiting
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I. San AntonIo, Texas arrived home
Miss Margaret Rose Duncan of Wednesday for the.holidays. erson.
I Cocoa Beach will be home for the Karen and ,Olnny.Morris01 Mrs;II Delia, Drew of Fort Lauderdale -
\ I l is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
.. holidays. Lakeland were weekend guests of
:> '- James Drew and Mr. and Mrs. oo
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Edwards of Alexandria Travis Alvarez-
Wayne Sammy and I WATCHESfrom $19
McRa'e this
Va. will spend the holidays with: SP-4 Tommy Gill-of. Fort Ben- Bill week. upS ;
t his parents Mr. and Mrs. Jack ning., Ga. is-home for the holif 1M, :: and Mrs. G. A. Gay willspend 'i i
: Denmark Furniture this in Miami, Ml -- t
1 Co. Edwards.Mr. weekend Ja ---- --
,days.Roy and jdaugnter, with, their song Gerald Gay, and
.Tampa. and were'visiting Mrs. Glen Mrs.Hartwig Edna of Carolyn,Duggins-and: Dave Bouton of 'family.} i We Have A Complete Stock Of

of Starke i Hutchinson and family over the Hollywood were Monday visitors ,XOTirR: OP IVTK\TIOX TO I i

L weekend. 'I of. Mr and .Mrs.,.H. ,.L...Hough. RKGISTKR!, FICTITOV8 XAMKXotU I. I Diamond Rings Necklaces ;
': Mrs.. .Buddy and -* in hereby given that the .
Mr. and Roy.
i
.. Hallmark Christmas Cards on undersigned under the provisions iI
\ 1 '. display now at Bullington's.,,. tfchg! daughter Lynette,, left -Wednesday ;:I of;Chapter ::::0,';5S: Laws of Florida, !. I, Birthstone Rings Cigarette Lighters
' .. I to spend. the .holidays with Act "ot 1941. "wlir register'wtth lire
.-. ." Hallmark Christmas Cards on. Clerk of the Circuit Court in and l.
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I display now at Buliington's tfchg relatives In .Monette, Ark. .1 for Bradford County, upon receiptof I! Club Watch Bands
j Mr. and. Mrs., Roy .Ward proof of publication of; this t notice Insignias t
-j '=--r Mr. and Mrs. J, P.: Dill will the fictitious name of SLADE I II
children and. Darby Peek:of. LalteCity .
GAS' under which
I OF SAltKE. we Ii I
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i .. ',' spend Christmas with their son- will, spend. Christmas day are engaged In liusineKs it :32 I W.Madsion. i Costume Jewelry Electric Razors
Mr. arid Starke. Florida.
in-law and daughter ] 'Mrs.' S. L. St. I
with their mother
-John Sawyer, Box
Charles P. O.
May the i
Hendrix and son in holidays
.t i Mrs. Oscar -
Peek, St. ::08jotluke, Florid and Joanne p.
L:, Statesboro.. Ga. Sawyer POJ Jfox 626, starke, '. be filled ELGIN NEW RAILROAD WHIST
,_ John Mack Newsome. of Mare
.t& 1. '
r Florida sole owners. with joy andhappiness i
7' Hill College, rf.. C., and. Mt.and: | Dated this 2Ind .day of December I. : CHRONOMETERVATCHES\ 79.50
for
Mrs. Morris Williams and. family \ l)- J91At 'Starke. Bradford i I ,
County, Florida. n.!! 4t 1.12 I ion and youi
of FolkstonGa. are .spending the I I I II
family.Gulf
holidays with their! parents. Mr Ii'f'oa.tTl-..i&d"P'8urt.la And I I II
Hundreds
; For Bradford Teaiitr. Florida.In Of Other Items To Select From
: NOTICE and .Mrs. .Jesse Newsome., 'reat Estate of O.V.. Andrews,
Mr. and tlrs.. ,B. ,S- Outlaw of!deceased._ ; I I
V Jacksonville .will. visit Mr. ,and Notice Discharge Qf! -Of tiling fcierutor\; Petition! For Final

Mrs. L. H! Outlaw and< JAr ily ort Rn ..\It '''hom.n j A'av.Cnneern. : .I I WilLIAMS JEWElRRY L

I < "q Christmas day. filed oUce my Is final hereby riu-ns giyenthat Rio Executor I have I:, Fuel Oil I

Miss Dorothy. Alvarpai.Js.,spend of the estate of CV! Andrews, de- II j ;
erased tUat. 1. ..hafilf'd my petition | Register Oil Co.
;
ing the holiday weekend.wtth. ,
Authorized Bulova
Elgin and Dealer
Every person who received HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION for distribution and for final,[
her parents, Mr, and Urs'LRalpJ11Alvarez discharge;. and that January 16th. !I
last year will receive the renewal APPLICATION and family at Boyntoii 1961; 1 will 'a ijily lo the Honorable ,, .
) Theron A. Yawn. County Judge of :I: .
through the mail Beach. Bradford County Florida, for approval ;r : '
f' shortly after Jan. 1st, PLEASE SIGN and Order Imprinted and Photographic of uaid 'final returns and for J' ,
an order ( distribution and for ;<< # 'o
o .0' o 0'
RETURN
as soon as possible, either by mail or in person, Christmas' Cards now.atBullington's. final discharge as executor of the
'tlcbg.Miss ,
willof O. W. Andrews deceased.
if'by 'mail and desire receipt enclose self addressed December ii, 1960" '
you a a Edith Lang of Titusville; : lAl It ft Andrews
J stamped envelope. Pa. is the holiday guest of Mrs. I -

M.Mr.H..and Lang.Mrs D., A. Monteith A ]. ---O'BEATaI I i [ kL4irftOi1

EVERY person who desires the EXEMPTION for the of Fort Lauderdale and Mr and K ; 1AkJ& = F

FIRST TIME must bring his DEED or ,CONTRACT Mrs.Davy Jog and Monteith Ralph, of Jacksonvillewill .and 8OU,J LSTARKE. I J

(proof of ownership) he holiday guests of Mr.
properly recorded in the public TUBS. I
rec SUN. IQN.., : ,
,
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and Mrs. G: J McGriff, Jr.
ords of Bradford County before Jan. 1st, to the Office' of' Mr. and Mrs. Patrick T. Itc-I December 23, 26, 27' I TO BUY THAT NEW POLAROID LAND CAMERA ;
I
Tax Assessor in person to sign the application. Grill of Milwaukee, Wis. will Chartroose, Caboose .I, .
arrive Saturday to spend the i

holidays 'with Mr 'and Mrs:: G. J. Starring' :, Molly Bee, Ben cooper, j I <' J C !
I ONLY persons who reside on their property and i in good McGriff. Sr and Edgar Buchanan.- I 'IIJ" i:'. .J &:_ F... 'Si'8'94(l I

faith make the his her Midshipman'W. H. Graham. III .T II I
same or permanent home should Confidential
-. apply of the U. Sj Naval ,Academy, Annapolis College ,

t 1 for this exemption. Md. will arrive home Fri i Steve Allen, Jayne
Starring
for the holidays. : ?I tqq. NEW ELECTRIC EYE CAMERA !
I'I'day Meadows,_ :Waiter Wtnehell, and :
Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith will
This is the electric that will work
have' as" Christmas day guests Mamie Van Doren. I only eye camera i

Mr. and Mrs Charles automatically both indoors and outdoors. No
TANGIBLE and INTANGIBLE : Myers and Plus Color Cartoon '" we ,
personal property tax returns children of Jacksonville, Mr and 4 '. matter where you are on a bright beach or in

are being mailed at this time. If can Mrs Butch Smith of Gainesville, '
be of the.incredible
living at
we any as- and Mrs. J.- E. ,Wilson, and Mrs. \Yed, thurs., Dec. 28, 29 your room night eye on

sitarice to you with these forrns please feel welcome to call Edward Burns of' Starke This Earth Is' Mine! !' .; ; this new Polaroid Land Camera reads the light

onus. Misses Louise ,and Etta Fripp .. r ; and sets your camera automatically for perfectly

of Columbia. S. C. are holiday ;:Starring_ ;_Rock Hudson, Jean Sim- : exposed pictures. With it you need never get

guests of M>. and Mrs. L. G. POwell ,|I moos!,. Dorothy McGuire, and i. .a a badly exposed picture again.

We will appreciate notice of any change in your property ,Claude Rains :;
,
,
I .
during the past year. Florist.Christmas Wreathes at Peytoni Doctor_' At Sea" j: r\ NEW 10-SECOND: ,FILM ,

_
t Mr n and. ,Mrs.: Dewey Warren. Starring Dirk Bogarde.,'. ..' "BrigitteBatdot You don't even have to wait a minute any more..
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and sons of Glenvnle. Gal are Brenda (Debanxle James -5 \ To go with the new electric eye camera (and all

THE HOMESTEAD APPLICATIONS AND TAX spending tie holidays with Mr.- Robertson. Justice." I Ir ,.t \ other Polaroid Land Cameras) Polaroid has a new
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and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and f niny. '
I \ film that gives you a beautiful finished picture in

RETURNS Mrs.. GaIl' tukls 'end daughter, Plus! Color I Cartoon: just 10 seconds. This is the same film you'veseen
MUST BE TAKEN CARE OF BE Kris, are spending the Christmas
holiday with" her parents,'Mr. and Frt, SAT., Dec. 30 3t t' 7' Garry Moore and Jack Paar demonstrate

Mrs. Glen Duke in.' Ft. Lauderdale. I"Hdiiie I' L '- for you on television.BULLINGTON'S .
< Of Usher" #j jStarrinr
TWEEN ,
JAN. 1st AND APRIL 1st. Price.The t
I ifrs. Bynum Perkins. will be the : "

Whltehead guest of.. Mr.and family and iJtfi." Waldo L? k. r j i'I:\ i STUDIO & GIfT SHOP

GENE S -: :
LONG on Christmas day WomangUrrfpf
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Jimmy Perrylnan{ of Jackson- .. lOt W. CaD St. Phone.WO 47271r

*_-. TAX ASSESSORI [ Tille was visiting his,' grandpt1.t 1.! :(.Richard.; _Denning, Peg- ,,' J

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE; THREfl
DEC 22, 1960 '
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.. .. 11 .: u .i) I Big Dad Employees- A. Woman's Club Baptist TEL I Florida Bank Gives

Have Yule Party Holds Annual Class Meeting Christmas PartySilver
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L I And Plant Dinner Christmas TeaThe The TEL Surrlay: school class': and red Christmas ar

: of the First Baptist Church met rangements graced the banquet
Around 150 employees of Big Slarks Woman's Club was last Thursday afternoon at the table in the Pecan room of the
I Dai Manufacturing: Co., anc. the setting for their annual home of Mr$. W. F. Glenn Sr. Garden Restaurant Monday night

special guests gathered in the Christmas tea list Wednesday; wish 12 members and three visit- when employees of the Florida
.:give Mooty I ; plant: at 1 p. m. Monday for the s afternoon from-3:30 to six o'clock. ors present. Bank of Starke held their annual

-- --- -- --.-----_._--- --- ..-l. : fiim's annual Christmas: dinner Honored: guests 'were the new Doling the business meeting it Christmas dinner party.. Gumdrop
? members of the senior club and
and party.D. was voted to distribute Christmas' ; trees and red tapers in crystal
! |u Green Hosts Bridge Party Held ; S. Siceteff of Lexington. N members of'the Junior Woman's packages among the shut-ins and holders also decorated the

' hristmas Partyt At Denmark Home C. president: of the company, assisted Club. f=m.k needy in the city and community.Mrs. table.
I by his plant managers an:; The mantel in the lounge where H. L. Hough was in charge Individually wrapped gifts

Parent's Home Mrs. Vernon Silcox and Mrs. S. i office staff,acted as "chefs" serv- the guests were received was de- I cf the program. Mrs. Leo Hebert marked the seating arrangement

G. Denmark were hostesses at a ,; ing the dinner buffet style to em-. corated with beautiful Christ- won the word contest. Christmas., fir the 20 guests which included

Miss Lu Green was hostess at dessert bridge party Thursday:: ployees and guests. Featured: on mas arrangement featuring reindeer ; gifts were distributed among those ,|,the employees, their wives. hus

delightful Christmas party ;:; evening of last week at the home the menu were fried chicken snow-capped. pine boughs present after which the hostess ;:;1:bands, or d tes- The employed
nay evening at the home of ] of the latter on E. Call street. .North Carolina barbecue: coleslaw draped the edge of the mantel -, served delicious refreshments. received their bonus checks and
r parents Mr. and Mrs. Lex i A beautiful gold and blue color: baked beans ice cream and and extended: out to the bookshelves ." ,: ,J<; .' i I Ii gifts were also exchanged.
een on N. Walnut street. j I motif was achieved in the Christmas cake, and cold drinks. Miss Hilda Crews on"both si es: Graduated : yo 4,: 1 Gifts Exchanged By
I I
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[Artistic arrangements in the arrangements placed at vantage The long cutting tables in the Says Vows With burni g'white tapers in silver ,,mi'i CARD OF THANKS
ristmas theme prevailed: I points throughout the party plant were converted into banquet candelabra".centered"f the bookshelves : WRGR Employees I
oughout the party rooms. The I rooms. i! tables, and: native greenery including Bill F. Woodard i I We are sincerely grateful to

Jby grand piano in the living !III After several progressions of i I palmettoes, magnolia The receiving illne composed of I JohnsonCrosbyVows A lovely Christmas: party was I friends an:! neighbors for their

urn was a focal point, being bridge, played at the seven tables, j i.boughs, and pine branches, sprayed The Lakeview Baptist Churchof Mrs. D. L. Thomas, president: ;'I given by radio station WRGR last I I many kind acts of sympathy during :

Bred in pink foil with clouds I prizes were awarded to the win with snow, were effectively Clearwater was the setting for Mrs. Guy Sale,membership chair- Announced Saturday evening at the Garden ,i our sad reavemen Our appreciation
angel hair falling i"..-* in 'rating the plant for :a lovely wedding on Saturday man; Mrs 'C. M. Schmitt social Restaurant for the ,employees and cannot be adequately

ano to the floor. Other arrangej j ners.Smith's this occasion. evening Nev. 26, at 8 o'clock, chairman; Mrs. J. A. Torode,. Mr. and: Mrs. Floyd R. Crosby families. :expressed. -Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur -

ents in the living room carried! .',.in mplorees were presented when Miss HJia Crews became president ofw the Junior Woman's Sr, of Starke announce the mar- r| Dinner was served from an at- Barry.the .
Entertain the, bride of Bill F. Woodard. The Club and Miss riage of their daughter. Anna t tractively table
fit a pink and silver color motif. I their five-year service pins by ; ; Anne Matthews, i appointed centered -
e Florida room boasted a'': Laundry EmployeesAt i i Mr. Siceloff as a highlight of the bride is the daughter of Mr. and president 'o'f the Little Women's Ruth, of Jacksonville, to Hershal with artistic Christmas trees.

beautiful, tall, pink Christmas) I[.program. These were: Carolyn Mrs. C. R. Crews of Lawtey, and Club, .formed' in the lounge in Lee Johnson of Jacksonville, son j The 12 guests exchanged Christ-I lOtli day of January. 19S1, at
|(tree.and pink and white arrange-, Buffet DinnerMr. ,,!Crosby, Jane King, Alice Leach, the bridegroom is the son, of Mr. front of the large fireplace.Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs.Dave Johnson of mas gifts following the which time will I and>P publicly place all opened bids and received -

aents. In the dining room the i i I I'John Mixon, Mary Lou Norman and: Mrs. Ausie Woodard of C. H. Nasworthy presentedthe Ccean Way, on Monday, Dec. 12, i rend aloud) tm the N.llnwlng;
and Mrs. Junius Smith entertained Clearwater. The in Folkston, Ga. Twehe months supply; fuel oil,
ceremony was guests .to the
Dolly Pace Reba following
table was centered': with a tulle i Sauls. Margie new : Sweepstakes ForYear's approximately 140,000 to 110,000
tree and flanked: by plant employees of the Summerlin, Violet Stewart Clif- performed by Rev. Roy C. Weld- members: Mrs. Leo Hebert, Mrs.J. The double ring ceremony was gallons Xu. :2 I"sel! fuel oil In conform

I ed silver candelabra three-branCh-1 Starke Laundry and Dry Clean- ford Taylor, and: Annie Dell.. on.The E. Hardy; Mrs.: Frow strick- performed in the presence of a I j First Baby Petroleum to M"TifNation III tilllt... Fuel of oil American must

white tapers. Silver punch bowls I ing Co. at a buffet luncheon I.I I In his rem,kS, Mr. Siceloff altar of the church was decorated land ,Mrs.. W. E. Tilley, Mrs. Julian I few close relatives and friends of I not hate, higher sulfur content
last Saturday, !'I with tall of McRae the :, The Bradford County Hospital cent by weight The refine
vere placed at both ends of the, Christmas party I pointed out that next year will a basket Mrs. Gilbert Brown, I couple. l than per bo minimum of
at 1 o'clock. white chrysanthemums and glad- Mrs. Smith I The bride is a 1956 graduate of \ Auxiliary will again' sponsor the I : number must a
able. The buffet was graced with 'be! the comoany's tenth anniver- DeVoe, Mrs: E. W. 1 45.; All hid prices must be based oil
in attractive arrangement of gold j' The 47 employees enjoyed the sary in Starke. He said that due ioli against a background of palms Mathews, Mrs. T. G. Bitch, Mrs. I I.Bradford High School and has '! first baby of the year sweepstakes I Jnek,-nnville Terminal i I Price plus

oily and gold magnolia leaves. ) dinner on the patio and in the j to a number of factors, including and fern. L. V_ Hardin, Mrs. Robert Ward been employed- by Prudential Insurance I' the first of January. I freight Th_ said Irss Hoard contract of Pond allowance.Trustees,

Among the 60 guests enjoying sun room. i i weather conJitions and compe- Mrs. Charlotte Tanner played and "Mrs. Robert Coe. The receiving Co. in Jacksonville since ('.\I.L FOR nins ..eMrvetthe right to accept or reject -
j Saturday evening Mr. and :Mrs. 1 nuptial music as the guests assembled 'line that time. Scaled bids will be received any or all Lids.
;he affair, those from out-of-town I' tHion from cheap foreign imports, formed in the large the Hi ', 1 by Hoard Of Bond Trustees Of
of
|were Miss Gail Drapier ol Jacksonville -'! Smith were hosts at a Christmas i 19CO was not a good year for the and the traditional wei-: auditorium which was decorated Mr. Johnson is a graduate of nits of r Stark< ,'Rued.! Florida Trustees, at the, of City the City Of Starke, Florida.
I for their sales forces from Jing marches for the Andrew Jackson School, Clerk's Uy Merrill Edwards City Clerk.
Charlie Race of Lake- !' party textile industry. He said that Big ceremony with giant floor arrangements High office in Starke: Florida, IZ-tZ 2t IS-SO:
Heights Gainesville, The bride given in class of 1956, and has served two I until 7 00) i"' lock p m un Tuesday.
land, Rob Anderson of Miami,| Keystone I'Dad had not been able to operateas marriage by I poinsettias and Christmas green- I 1-
Green Cove Springs, and Starke. her father, attired in in the U. S. He is
Miss Priscilla West of Gainesville, fully as he would have liked was a lovely eryUsed: at vantage points years Army. ,
Richard Gonzales of Vsnezula., The Smith home was lovely during the past year because of pink net over taffeta ballerina: throughout the rooms were table now employed in Yulee with I II I f
uth America Bob French of! for both occasions with artistic I these onditioas. and expressed 'ength dress, fashioned with ruf- arrangements; repeating the Terminal Paper Bag Co.

Orlando, and Phil McDilda of Christmas arrangements placedat i[hope that 1962 would be a better fles .all the way down the skirt. Christmas motif. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are residing -

dewberry. vantage points throughout the year for business. However, Mr. She carried a white Bible, topped I The tea table in the Florida in Jacksonville.

Miss Green was assisted in car- party rooms. At both parties the t'Siceloff declared Big Dad. is definitely with a lovely white orchid. Her I room was overlaid with a hand- i

for her guests by her mother employees exchanged gifts. not closing operationhere only ornament was a small cross. some linen cutwork cloth. An exquisite Madison Baptists

[firs. Lex Green, and Miss Dra- ,, as rumored, and pledged Elbert Phillips, brotherinlawof i Christmas floral piece of Hold !
New the groom, served as best man. ,red Caroling Party I
'er' WSCS Honors that the plant would keep in operation carnations, snow covered ,
-"at least as long as I am Ushers were Jack Coffee and I twigs and: spikes, .intermingled I
Members With Tea Members of the, Intermediate
och's Staff living-and I hope that is a long Henry Crews, brother. of the with red and silver balls, against 1
Department of the Madison Street
bride.
I If.The Fellowship Hall of the First time." i silver reflectors, was highlighted ( Baptist Church were caroling in
Miss Vera Crews served her i .
olds Yule Party by garlands of
After the dinner, employees natural green pine .
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the
Methodist Church was settingfor I i Starke and the State Farm Mon- .
honor .
sister maid of and .
as : wore
i boughs and
miniature
lighted Christmas
I around gaily I .
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gathered a .
tea Tues- .
Christmas .
staff of Koch's Drug Store I a lovely I light blue net over taffeta, with day evening The singers were led . .
balls. Three-branched
day afternoon given by the mem- (Christmas tree, where they were ,I silver candelabra by Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hardin and . . .
ballerina skirt. She carrieda .
a Christmas party Sun- i presented their checks, and each length holding lighted white . .
committee of the WSCS j .
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bership : j Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Upton, spon- .
of white carnations .
.
I 26-piece setting ofi nosegay tapers, and circled at the base .
at the home of Mr. and j received: a .
j honoring the new members. sors. .
with long white streamers. a. .
silverware. with the pine garlands, were on ... . .
Olin White Jr. I The hall was lovely with Christ- i
IlfS. I Mrs. Crews chose for her either side of the centerpiece. j After the nllng, refreshmentswere
attractive pink and silver] mas holly placed at vantage daughter's wedding a dress of Pouring coffee the enjoyed at the home'of Mr.
The tea table Mrs. Drew Reddish during .ap
plor motif was carried out in the j j'hristmas points was covered throughout.with a Christmas;, dark blue net over taffeta.A pointed hours, were Mrs. Clyde and Mrs. Clyde LaMee. WAYNE'S Cash SUPERETTE

arrangements placed at cloth and centered with a long, Given Stork ShowersMrs. reception was held Immedi- Terwillegar, third vice-president, .

rantage points in the living room. low arrangement of holly. A silver ately after the ceremony at the and Mrs.. C. L. Scholl, past president .'.' ,
the refreshment table in the coffee and tea service was Drew Reddish was honored home of Mr. and Mrs. HC.. Misses ,Sally Sink,. Sara Owned and Operated; by Wayne Douglas and'C tU
dining room was covered with a I at two surprise stork showers in Crews. The bride's table was: over- Osborne, Sara Woodburn, Kathy Douglas, Formerly Manager of Suwannee. Store.
Christmas cloth and centered withi I placed at one end of the table I I the past week.Methodist laid.with a white lace cloth, and] Struth, and, Mary Dugger, senior Floridam 671 W. :Madison Phone WO 4.9231,

Christmas arrangement, flanked I and silver trays and compotes Circle 4 gave a stork j centered with a two-layer c ke'l''members oJLthe Little Women's We Reserve The Right To Limit I
by burning red tapers and: red I! held dainty sandwiches, cake.j shower for Mrs. Reddish at the(topped with miniature bride Club.. assisted tha hostesses Quantity! .,

eindeer. Mrs. Charles Chambers. )I squares, nuts and mints. close of their meeting Tuesday groom. serving. 4i I I
ured from the silvei coffee- ser- Mrs. L. A. Davis was chairman -{I! evening of last week at the homeof Mr. and Mrs. Woodard are now During the afternoon Mrs. Kate i \VeVIII Be Closed Dec. 25, .26, 27 .

ice.The Mrs. George F. Snell. residing at 2170 Almanda Drivein Sheppard introduced.. the Rev. Leo Theatre
of the affair and Mrs. E. :
26 guests including the On Monday evening Mrs. Ran- Clearwater. H. Hebert, pastor of the First ,
mployees their wives, husbands, K, Perryman, president -of the dal Chitty entertained at three Baptist Church, who gave an in-'I

nd dates exchanged gifts duringe WSCS and Mrs. C. L. Scholl presided -I tables of bridge and a surprise Miss Stern Gives spiring Christmas devotion. 30 FREE STAMPS
party hours. I at the coffee service. shower for Mrs. Reddish at her For Mrs. Gilbert Newcomb, chair-. SAT, DEC. 24
Party Pupils
home on Searing road. man' of music, presented a re"' Double FeatureProgram ..r With Order Of Any

fa ""-- .... .. .... .. ---, ---- --.. ........ -..... --., --- ......... -- -..... corded program of Christmamusic' s i '
Qt .r Miss Louise Stern entertainedher 1st. Feature .
during the tea hours. TURKEY HENS
ft piano pupils at a Christmas HAM ,
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party :Monday evening at her
Hardy Home Scene -= :\ ,-.
home.
WAtK'JAU
The refreshment table was Of ReunionThe I BAKE lUTE'SHORTENING

covered with a dark green linen .
cloth and centered with a red I ID&MASCOPEI t __ .3 lbs. .
The Charles Hardy home N.
I on. COLOR by 2Q 39c
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feather Christmas tree surrounded I -
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Walnut street was the settin g DELUXE.: .
*} by a miniature Santa Claus for a family reunion and celebra, .; _With 5.00 Grocery Order
-
>e band. Punch sandwiches, cookies tion of two birthdays last Sun,:\ /2nd. Feature BOUNTY KIST

OPEN FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHT and ice cream snow balls were ,.
served. day.The 303 .
2 for .
two birthday ce (;bran r PEAS cans 2Sc
The 25 guests enjoyed games iTllE

\WE ARE LOADED WITH CHRISTMAS! GIFTS find ty hours group, singing and later during exchanged the par- were McGauley Mrs. Charles of''Jacksonville.Hardy and"-'En San-,. HIGH .. SOUTHERN- ..,. -

joying the. .dinner and "familj
gifts. gathering 'were: Mrs. (X E. Me y: POWERED yArbS' - 21-2 can--
Mrs. W. A.,Stern assisted her 19c
Galley*Mrs-: ,..Connie l Bagwell an I RIFLE
in -
daughter serving. daughters, :Mr. and & rs. Franl
2t>
CANDIES WATCHES .. Stokes, :Mr.: and MrpL!: Carl Mote;tI tI PET MiLK 3 tall cans for 39c

Ladies Council anion' and Mrs. Amy Bell an I Cartoon: NeopoIUan Mouse .
Comb And Holds son,. lj i of ,Palatk/, Mr. and Mrs SUPERIOR
PartyThe
W, J. i McGauley!' and family! o:y PUN. 'MON. -TUES.
CosmeticsGift Orlando, and Mr; and Mrs. San DEC. 25 OLEO solids 2 pkgs. for. 29
26
Brush Sets Ladies Council of the First & 27
FRIDAY SATURDAY McCauley and .feort of Jackson
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Christian Church held its Christ- ville.
mas party Thursday night at the JOHNWATNE LLOYD'S FLA.-10 TO 12 LB.

Sets MILK SHAKES *, ToiletriesChristmas home Elaine of Mrs.Colson C. conducted P. Cowen. Miss the Faulk-Gray r i STEWART GRANGER TURKEY HENS ">. 59C

games, and prizes were won by Marriage ToldMrs. ERNIE KOYACS .

Christmas Mrs. Ed Prevatt and Mrs. Bob 5 TO 6 LB. FANCY
For The Price Of 1 FABIAN '
2 Badgelt Gifts. were exchangedby .
:.Janie. Green announce! lb. .
Tree Decorations Greeting the 15 members present the engagement and approach RED HENS -49c
:Mrs. Virgil Jordan assisted Mrs.
We Serve marriage of her daughter Ine;z; .
Cards Cowen in serving refreshments* Jane Gray, to Joseph C. Faulk." FLA. SMALL -

SEALTEST ICE CREAM son of Mrs Nettie Faulk of San .

Country Club Dance ford, N. C. Cartoon: Scouting for Trouble PORK HAMS-., 59

Set For Dec. 31 The wedding will take pla I
Dec. 31 at 7 o'clock at the Boat

PRESCRIPTIONS ARE OUR SPECIALTYRegistered drain Baptist Church with a re e'I WED. THURS. & FRI. LEAN
The Starke Golf and Country I .
ception following in the recreation PORK
Club's'New Year's Eve,.dance*!will building I DEC. 28, 29 & 30 CHOPS !b39' t

Pharmacist duty at all times. You rest assured be held in the USO starting at --
on can your JIo Invitations are being issue<
prescription will be promptly filled in our new, sparkling, clean, modern 10.p. m. Saturday, Dec 31. :Music but all friends and relatives o 1 : STREAK-0-LEAN

I pharmacy.ALL PRESCRIPTIONS.Each prescription is double-checked for accuracy WE FILL .. will orchestra provided be provided for and merrymaking novelties by the Skylarks will be Ithe I couple are. invited. to attend &I9J.1te i B. \WHITE BACON lb. 29C,


For Club members will be permitted Open House Held iME
Quick
Delivery PHONE WO 4-2511
to bring non-member guests. At Reddish Home GOOD TENDER

Admission will be $3 per couple. lb. -
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r REGULAR STORE HOURS: WEEKDAYS-OPEN 8 A.M.-CLOSE 8 P. M.\ Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddish o f
Courthouse Party Wilson road entertained at "opei i : WTMANCO( -

SUNDAY-OPEN FROM 2 TO 8 P. M. Set For Friday bouse" Wednesday evening fo ri I SUPER SPECIAL
their families; and a few clos e ',;, Cartoon: The Ducksters



Andrews Drugs Blanding the The annual Officers will Christmas be Club the setting dinner at Camp and for t in Christmas friends.An the,attractive party motif decorations was red carried and; whit Thi ou, .ADULT* j i PERFECTION. 6 BEER PK. Sge


party for the staff of the County mantel in the living room waj : ENTERTAINMENT.

Courthouse their husbands, wives,j decorated .with native greenery, (NO CIHLDRENS TICKET' We Have of Choice Beef
356 W. Madison Street. Winn-Dixie Shopping Center i Plenty
and dates on Friday evening at[-elves, white candles and ange SOLD) t tI

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.AGE FOUR BRADFORD COrXTY TELEGRAPH STARK FLORID),\ THURSDAY, DEa 22. I960
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, Funeral Mass'HeldFor Final Rites Held I Chorus ,'I -
Community! gram the chorus may present

editorial I Joseph Crehan For Mabel. WheelerMrs. t,Stages SuccessAt I j season.another concert-during .the Easter i]I1ULVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing-Ii Iiop.

,. Yule Established 1894 j
John Joseph Crehan, ';S, of Mabel Archibald Wheeler ProgramOne I _._--

Hampton died suddenly !Monday 78, of Melrose a former residentof :- I'olYlt .
ltt-tt.ttf e
musical : -
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The Florida Crown afternoon upon arrival at a Jacksonville, died in 'a Starke of the highlights I 'gay you ante Come in and soct :-- -
Starke hospital following a heart hospital Tuesday morning after I Christmas season took I place last Friday night when the
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attack an illness of several. months. Fountain I falL": :( f\I'H II I
Crown. i-n.
We're in the "Florida That is the attentiongetting Community Chorus presented an': RED CEDARCHRISTMAS
Mr. Crehan was born in Irelandon Mrs. Wheeler was born in Trinidad -1
title that has been given to the 15 counties in '''hoof:long program in the Madispn -
July 23, 1884 and had lived Colo. on Nov.; 10. 18S2. She
Northeast Florida the Chambers of Commerce of this Street Baptist Church.
The
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in Hampton for the past six years. was a member of' the Unitarian TREES
chorus was composed of around 35
area. He was a retired: mechanic and a Church. 1 ,
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member of St. Edward's Catholic Surviving are her husband, Joseph voices, representing \arious
The selected from 350 entries in church chofri.ofthe
name was some a con- city, under
Church. L. Wheeler of Melrose; one : FOR SALE
the Northeast Florida Councilf the direction of Miss Frances -
test Poe.
sponsored recently by
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. .daughter, Mrs. Mary Beavin of. --..
Chambers of Commerce to designate the area composedIf Mildred Oliver Crehan: two Benson: Vt:; 'two sonS, John A. of J' Solo numbers included on the I' THEY'VE DOUBLED UP
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Suwannee Hamilton, Lafayette, Gilchrist, Bradford, 'daughters, Mrs. Alfred Reneau of Princeton N. J. and Robert R. : program we're perald Williams, ON CNR1sTMASJO'tTHEYUGEOURGAS i Choose your Tree while it's Still Growing-Tag it-

Nassau, Duval, St. Johns, Putnam, Dixie, Alachua, Union, Charleston S. C., and Mrs. John Wheeler of ,Dallas Texas; two : bass. "The Birthday of A King"; I j' lnd Pick-up when you're Ready to Decorate.

Baker, Clay, and Flager. Bloomfield of Glen Burnie, Md.; I brothers and '10 grandchildren. Mrs. Marjorie Cue,. soprano I
"Come Unto Him" Bill: Shiner,
one son. James Crehan of Yeadon! Funeral services were held at : ; I / FOB

The name and crown insignia will be used in promotingthis Pa.; three brothers, and three J, 10:30 a. m. Wednesday"in Jones with bass "chorus 0 Holy, Night"Mrs. Alpha; and Linn solo I II i -" EAT-OHBOV1 i i"ERR ; OVER, 1000 TO PICK FROM

northeastern Florida area which has a growing popu- sisters. Memorial Chapel with Rev. BarryD. I I

ation of 710,000 persons whose retil purchases were $850- The Rosary was recited al Jones I Van Dfeventer: officiating. The "As Austrian Lately caroL We Watched, an I' ,'' .. ,i iJ i $2.00 And Up For Cut Trees
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000 in 1959, and whose income totaled $1,200,000.The Memorial Chapel Tuesday night 1 body was sent to Benson, Vt. for Mrs. L. J. Green and Mrs- L. 1) I
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at 8:15: with Father Cornelius I burial. I'i
new name adapts itself well to publicity uses, and Dougherty officiating. The body I Canova played'the piano accompaniment I 12"-18" LITTLE RED

will, by repeated use, create a new image for this sectionof was sent to Florence, S. C.. where : Midget 'Basketball_ for the chorus and. solo I : FREE-ONE

the much than Funeral Mass was held Thursday numbers.Due bJ
state more effectively was possible using I I
morning. Practice Set i to the success of this pro- i I
the colorless term "Northeast Florida" as a point of departure -
DeWitt C. Jpnes Funeral Home j I CEDAR-READY TO PLANT WITH
I was in charge of local arrange- Midget Basketball players will

Don't forget to use "The Florida Crown" in your correspondence -. ments. meet at the Pratt Street Play WHILEIWAIT EACH CHRISTMAS TREE
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and in designating to strangers the part of i ground at 10:30: a. m. Friday for :

Florida in which you live. Only by repeated use can the 1 Evergreen Baptists practice. All boys, 10 through 12 OR PURCHASED
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years of age' are eligible to, take ;
maximum benefit be obtained from the J Service
title. captivating new Plan Watch NightThe part in the program.. I! One Day I

i The Recreation Departm-jit has I
WE SELL BROXSON SHOES
Evergreen Baptist Church obtained sponsors for' teams, and j DON CHAMPION'S NURSERY

I will conduct Watch Night Services each team will have' its own jerseys. COURT i

One Of Coldest Rules Changed from 7:30: p. m. to 12 midnight I
1 i 1 SHOE REPAIR PHONE WO 4-7285
Saturday, Dec. 31. There will be I Team sponsors are: Freeman '
; For Determining singing, refreshments, and Register Oil Co., Court shoe'Re-1 126 North Court St. 410 Short St. Starke, Fla.
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\Weeks Recorded preaching at midnight. Stanley pair Andrews Drugs, Localj Starke Florida I

Tobacco Acreage Crawford, social director of the I Finance Co. j.... E. A* Hall Owner & Mgr. II t "== --

( church-, invites- everyone- to come -. .
i "and bring your singers." .
Delays CropsThe I I An important change has been .

I made in the rules affecting the :. .
Stores To Be Closed
: determination of tobacco acre- .
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eight-day period, Dec. 13-!i ages, according to Felix Sapp I II Next Two Mondays .

20, will go down as one of the i, chairman of the ASC County .r .. 5:. .. :,- '. -
coldest December weeks on record -I Committee. '] Most Starke business places will ..

here, with the mercury nose- I Effective with the 1961 crop, be closed all day Monday, Dec. : ..... ., .

diving into the uncomfortable alternate rows or strips skipped 26, and all day Monday, Jan. 2, ., <., .
20's six mornings out of eight.I between tobacco rows will not be since Christmas and New Year's i"" ...',-" :-'_.,'. ,
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During the period, the low j deducted, and the total acreage fall on Sunday this year. ., .. '!-. '-, }, -
'reading recorded each day at the I shall JDC considered as devoted to.I Courthouse offices will close at r ,
] tobacco unless at least four normal : ',
frost warning station here was II noon Friday and will not reopen i
as follows: Dee. 13, 27 degrees; I tobacco rows are skipped between until Tuesday, Dec. 27. y i' -..

Dec. 14, 20.5; Dec. 15, 43; Dec. i!; the' rows or strips planted City Hall will be closed all day .

16, 44; Dec. 17, 22; Dec. 18, 20; to tobacco. Saturday and Monday "
Dec. 19, 23.County I Where four or more normal The Starke postolfice will be w T 1
Agent G. T. Huggins rows are skipped between the tobacco closed all day Monday. :

said that practically all bloom I rows only the area actually .
and fruit devoted to tobacco will be considered "
young on strawberry tobacco and Teen Time To Hold
plants in the county was killed acreage.
of Sat- there is no requirement that Christmas '
fcy the heavy frosts last PartyTeen
urday and Sunday mornings, another crop be planted in such : .

which looked almost like snow strips. Time will hold its first

on the ground. Huggins said that "Many farmers planted tobacco Christmas party"at the USO from ... ..
the net effect on the strawberrycrop and other crops in alternate 7:30: to 10:30 Friday night. The ..7'

will be good, however, as the I rows or strips of less than four party will' be for members, only,

cold will delay berries here and i rows in 1960," Mr. Sapp said. and each member will need a : e

keep them. from coming in too ""Therefore tobacco farmers are Christmas tree ornament of some
early. He said that plants that urged to take special notice of type to gain entrance. Dress will
under mulch will the change for 1961 and succeed- be semi-formal. Refreshments will
are plastic recover ,
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much quicker .and start ing years, he concluded.The be served. '.

growing out sooner than those change with respect to in- .. .
wider the old-style straw mulch. ter-tilling does not affect the n 1- .. \ ''' I
rule for sled in flue-
I special rows _
Huggins said that all pasture
cured tobacco the sled
;In the county is as brown as if Ii provided .
:burned by fire, but that mosteattlemen rows are not planted to another
crop The special rule for sled :
1 are well prepared with ,
rows that the
requires skip for
tide r
supplemental feed to their I .
I j a sled row be at least as wide 111 .., .
cattle over the winter.
Most all of 'the county's heavy I as one tobacco "row. and there ::0 \
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I more one sled row $ ;
plantings of greens were "burn- 1 ?
ied" by the. cold, including cabbage j I for each four rows of tobacco. s.4 .
j :Mr. all
and collards. Huggins said. Sapp urged tobacco
farmers to contact their commit- ,
The effect will be to delay harvesting -|I
I teemen or the ASC office if they
the crop by about ten
,days, he added. Originally it had : have any questions concerning
I the rules for tobacco
been determining r
planned to bring migrant

,labor into the county by Jan. 1 I acreages. s

to help pull\ greens, but the extra b

help will not be needed now I Marriage Licenses .
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until around the middle of January r
Huggins said. I :Marriage licenses issued by the j

office of County Judge T. A. .
Yawn during November included: ,

:Olens Employees Clyde DeWitt Jersey, Starke, TO EACH I .

'Have Yule PartyOlen's and Helen Annette Payton, Key- AND '-. 2i
stone Heights. : ; ,\
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Department Store held Charlie Stapleton.. Keystone t rY x ;

:their annual Christmas party Heights, and Strawsie Bell Davis, YOU r

Saturday evening in the Pecan Starke. .
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.room, of the Garden Restaurant, Charlie Mack Merritt and Al- i I : # "

where an attractive red and green I Whitaker- both of Starke. ',. a

color motif prevailed. Benny Boyd Prevatt, Black- .. r & .
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with a red and silver Yule ar- Allen, Starke. t ,, _, ,

:'ransement Following the dinner, Jerry Gaines, Gainesville, and Sales ",. ''

'gifts were exchanged after which Juliette Easley, Starke. and Service, ... ., .,.. \ z't : 'v '
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,the manager. Afrs Bobby Lewis, I ';.' E Y
;and Mr. heads where fruit cake rT

'and coffee were served. BESTWISHES. {
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The 12 guests included the T "
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Form Tuesday t*$ 4 .4 a I


A meeting to form a bowling #J W x I

league will be held at 8 p. m. r b-r

Tuesday, Dec. 27, in the USO. AU j.
:organizations interested in spon- r

;soring a team 1n the league are .1

Urged to have a representative J i _.

present Present plans are to be- C .
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gin bowling: as soon as possible ""->" <
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the first ol the year. -. : ,<.:: _
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I Mrs. Brown also declared that,1 I with the present case, and that I in Keystone Club Estates; |delicate machine .specarophoto-. .the cost did not exceed $100._ I 4

Charge&Pending. from his actions,Harley appeared I I! it was up to Lawtey officials sato Gave $250, at the request of the i meter. would,visit the hospital to Both fire trucks now have. receiv- !I
+ to be intoxicated. She drew her I II i. whether or not Harley would Chamber of Commerce toward i investigate why the machine ing sets one of which must remain \
I conclusion from the manner In i I lulfffl his elected tel i l.' placing a float in. the inaugural wont operate with the proper turned on at full volume if : 3 !i
In Lawtey Fracas I.which the marshal walked when. I Dr. A. J. Barry. Starke physician parade in Tallahassee in January; stability on city power. the firemen are to hear calls .. I
I he got out of the car, she said. i i I and the first to testify Tuesday, Agreed to meet at 9' sum. on Jess Thomas, representative i from upstairs. (

I Lawtey Mayor Charles R. Shu- said that he treated Harley on I January 2. to close out Its business: of the .city's engineering firm,i in a last move the council restored -
} [Continued from Page 11 fcrd testified that he broke up the j i Dec. 14 for a lesion on his scalp i and turn the reins of county gov- told the clerk that this was the a free parking space. for .._ _
I around there to whip everybody,"';fight as soon as he got there. !! and minor scratches. In earlier i ernment over to the incoming. only such incidence that-has happened Dentist J. E. Denmark since he
and continued to use profanity..In 'The mayor accepted Harley's't r statments Harley had claimed he |I board. anywhere In the U. S. is a member of the Bradford .%s. II II I fi

: a few minutes, Mrs. Brown said, resignation! last Friday for the I was struck on the head with a Representatives of Gulf and County Hospital staff and subject I,
I the police car drove up and down j remain jer of his appointed term,''I hammer during the fight. II Life. of Georgia again appeared emergency calls at any time. i :; W kJ --
t" in front of her house with the|I which ends Jan. 1. The wound Dr. Barry testified,I Policemen FloatRepresent before the.:, board to present respective Last week the council installed

: siren blowing. On the third trip,1 Shuford said it vas his opinion i went through the- scalp to the I I plans for group coveragefor meters on all the there-to-fore i : i
: she sail, the car stepped and !| that Harley wwJd take office:!skull bone was slightly curved, city employees. The city is free parking spaces which it I g
t Harley and Starling got out. : again on Jas. l.to fill his elected :and looked as if it were made bya Will ; presently insured for group coverage !deemed unnecessary. IJ ij ;f

A fight between Harley and term, nc matter what the out-I I blunt instrument. He said thatit by Gulf Life at a cost of '78

I V Starling and Prevatt and Phillips ![ come of the case. Judge Yawn I could not, in his opinion, have cents per thousand dollars. ;Recent Births 1 1I .. .....,... ............ ".W" ..::::. ......
then ensued, witnesses stated. i! stated that he was concerned only I teen made by a ring on a man's City At Now, howeverLife of Georgiais "' .w. : .w.'s
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the following births: :: .w.J..l.:(:: $
I One witness Mrs Gunga Taylor cost of ,,,73 cents per thousand ; ; :
I AMBULANCE. SERVICF who was in the housi with [Continued From Page 1] while Gulf"Life' has reduced its, Mr. and Mrs. William Dwight ; 1 1 ti't; it1. I
I Mrs. Brown when Harley phoned, rates to 72 cents. Gulf Life Representative j.! Simmons, Starke a daughter I I ;. ,
," PHONE WO 4-2GOO I testified that the men who were R. H. McIntire. Hal Hand said the Elizabeth Ann, Dec. 15. t, MID'GE T' ::;::;!:.::::::x::':":;:,:>, .r :'..:". :: ,,"::': :: (

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home I working: on the steps had a ham- McIntire stated that a float I offer of reduced rates came because | Mr. and Mrs. Yulee Lawrence 'I; t : ; ; ::)fr>: u. : : ;: i : .;.1.. !
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mer and nails. from the county had been requested of three council- Kirchaine, Starke, a daughter ........., ..... .... '. ". :
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I Resistered Funeral Director Dr. Barry also testified that o/ the county commissionby men just elected to .replace older j Elizabeth Jane, Dec. 16. 3 : : :i ::<: ..; j

Starke. Fla. i Harleys; gait was not steady and I. the state road board chairman.The ones. '
| that he acted dazed.: Under questioning -! county board could ::ot afford The main difference in the two i i
I I Rental Service: Hospital Reds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches 'I by_ Judge Yawn, he, 'said I the full ,amount of $500 andso policies" e, pf Georgia Repre- ::. '
I -, I jit appeared to him Harley had McIntire made the request of I sentative Bill Morristold the '
I been drinking, but he could not the city council courtcil, is that.his policy I will insure -
I !say to what extent his dazed con- Special Meeting CalledIn j employees over 65. The city model 6508O

jdition i' : was due to liquor or the other action Tuesday night,: at present has two suchem-
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I r .',blow on his' head. On cross' exam- the council set _another special I; ployees.. $ 95
ination by Harley's attorney, Sigs- meeting for Wednesday night,j I The council also approved a re- i listCHANNEL
'-' bee Scruggs, he,doctor admitted January 11, to discuss with an quest of Light Plant Superintendent
i t .\ : I that Harley was still "able to engineer: from its engineering I'! Riley Wasdin to purchase six I I I'I

t I navigate." firm the steps to take to secure new fire hydrants at $130 each.
I Milo\ Smith, owner of the Shell matching funds from the federal I The new units will replace older MASTER
I 1 1I i Service Station in Lawtey and a government for sewer construc : models in the older section of the
: .i I city councilman, testified that he tion. Clerk''' Edwards\\ tnld the i J city Wasdin .said. The new hrdraiif.S i
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2 ImrfMwf ton ciiJ first knew of the incident from I council that he had investigated j I i will be installed as soon transistor radio
Phillips and Perry Kemp. The two and found that such funds: are I I as they arrive. Six.
came by his station, he said and available. The council .instructed. .Clerk
told him that Marshall Harleywas Edwards:! also informed the Edwards to pdrcHds&: an additional .
I ; + drunk ani: causing a disturbance council that the manufacturer of I radio receiving set for the up- Unbreakable genuine Nylon, case

M J a(i the Bradford< County- ..< .Hospital's. ... stairs in the Fire Department, ifs
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I A few minutes later. Smith Wherever you.are..lounging at home, out for a drive
I said, .Harley and, Starling cam or sunning on the beach...th long-distanee Sensitivity bf
by the station and he related the this tiny Channel Master radio will bring in stations loud
fyr o incident to them. He wa4. "sur and clear.
D nd a jaappu J-ttu) tat. the superb tonal quality of this sub-
I prised" to find that Harley ,wa t I Ii You'll marvel too at
sober, he testified. Smith also I miniature radio...even when played at high volume' levels.
stated that he talked to Hoy t This mightiest of midgets is available in red 01 Mack with

II I I Starling after the fracas, and !i i gleaming gold anodized grille.Bullington's .

I II that.he appeared: sober then. I
II I Chief Deputy Sheriff Dolph Red- II i I
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I dish also testified that he got.Lawtey t
shortly after the conclusion -
I of the fight, and that Starling 1 ANDShepherd's
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Mr.' and Mrs. A. J. Thomas Sr. I if he deemed the evidence WAMT- AJTA CLAUS POP SAID SANTA A LETTER GOOD COULD SEND SANTA A
sufficient. Since neither Phillips fMC TO BRING YOU,_ SANTA WAS ii I i AN PUT A NICKEL FOR YDU, BA3'OF THIS SWSU I
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nor Prevatt testified, Scruggs did Na BAXTER? POOR THISCNRIS'MAS IN IT BAXTER. FOOD FROM
not put Harley on the stand. !
One of the principals Coleman GitynshE

J Phillips was cited for contemptof
court and fined $10 :or three o 25' v t Meat Market

) jays in Jail. Phillips said he had 0 !
ntt1u.t.. City attd ,i d< 'tr : 4 I 0 qd
SaABe as- Q ;
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t hours late.Hoyt 'a/
motion by -'
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Scruggs was allowed to withdrawhis its .
plea of guilty to charges of

voluntary Scruggs also intoxication.'moved that chargesof ::1.HRITMASTURKEYS

voluntary intoxication snd assault -
and battery against Harleybe
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dismissed, but Yawn refused

saying: he needed: ,several daysin NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY
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several possible sites suitable fora

proposed new courthouse and .\.
that to obtain an option on -
steps SMOKED OR FRESH FRESH SMOKED
be taken as
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I t and .satisfaction to the citiz nS." -. IT !( fRYERS lb. 2Sc
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I as. the county, to new economic ,
f I II growth, and would cost much less BAKING .. .
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"Financing, the new building V $600For HENS lb. 45c SPARE RIBS lb. 33c

I would be over ,,-period of 30 -Any Worthwhile Purpose
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paying: for it" the architect's letfer I HEAT ROUND

i iI I said. "Probably, one mill at TAXES _
the present tax rate would pay for : :UNPAID BILLS STEW l lb. SSe STEAK lb. 6ge

Modern fuel oils automatic home heating it," he added. MEDICAL EXPENSES ..
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:Mr Close declared that the cost REDUCE CAR PAYMENTS
burn only when properly "atomized" in a combustible of,renovation and entargine would CASH PURCHASES;

In actual test to .the amount to more than hate the .00
for
vapor. an prove -ETC. each $
j cost of a modern courthouse PUBOY'SPlES$ 39c or 3
safety of fuel oils, a flaming torch was extinguished I 'would rantflv deteriorate, would ..

.in a pail of fuel oil! be of no pride to the countv. -" : -

not mbney stimulate would'be business thrown away and. the asWithin i Prompt Service With I We Will Be Open All Day Christmas And Also

:tn 1 ;MQNO-e()r{'' 1 l >fRvrtr R PR QDIcr'] j a few :years a new courthouse

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meet population and economic

FUEL OIL DEALERS ASSOCIATIONOF gT wth." i
Former Conere.vman Lex Green I p !
BRADFORD COUNTY appeared at the meeting again to IN- OR CALLTOWN t i a -
I protest movinsr the courthouse I
T. C. Hazen Jr. I from Its present site. He repeatH f

SINCLAIR OIL DISTRIBUTOR I h'. ; VPT that the presenttax I 1VE STOCK A COMPLETE IIKE} OF GROCERIES
burden Is unbearable and that.
the county in in an economic denresMon I
FreemanRegister John A. Torode FINANCE CO. l
which. can only'get
GULF OIL PRODUCTS SHELL JOBBER. worse. If
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In'other action at Mondaymeetinff
K. G. Duncan Jerome Johns Oil Co. 144 W. CALL ST.
the Commission: PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT

STANDARD OIL AGENT PHILLIPS 66 Accepted 'maintenance bond in Ph WO 4.9091 1 Starke. Fla. II.I OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 AJI. TO 9 PJLTUrrSO.
I the amount of 912,225 oil streets I.
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000000. .> ,.. ", :.;t '_f"or. ..Johnny Westfall, 144; Dale Cros-t State Director
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$$6 Million Prison DeWitt Sinclair, prison super- ati1i ._'. :. .. fi.: t." IIJ ,,-:; PHONE .1 by 156. ';'To Be Honored
respond-' to Gover- : :
jitendent.:: : Junior Bowman Class ((60 points!
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nr Collins' speech and Director: 0I I '. .".'i- ; j SANTA NOW! I it 20 yards)-Ira :MizeU, 78; Tony : Mrs. John G. Mahone of Jacksonville -

Is Dedicated ,Here : cerema'j' '. ,,:, Mizell 82.Bowman. state director of the

: ,, Santa Claus has talked to i Class lOa points at Junior Women's Club of the
The new building will be equip-;I t ; .a. -' ,I almost 300 Starke youngstersover j''T yards I-Dale Crosby, 106; Florida Federation of Women's

[Continntd From Page One] ped at a cost of around $2,500-1 'k + the phone since direct Robert Hollingsworth, 106; John. Clubs will be honored at a. coffee

.' 000 and will be ready for use calls to the North Pole started n'* Westfall, 107 j Skip Brayton Tuesday morning from 11 to 12:30

port. In Union County. Total ex- next July. I last Thursday through the 107. o'clock at the home of Mrs. W.

penditure planned Is around $20- ,.z .courtesy of the Starke Recreation : Hal Hand. 1341 Blanding street.

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small fry to enjoy the privilege 1

I of a tree call to Santa. So get

l 4 r 1 ; your calls in f'arly-Just dial I
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J9YlfO I y
r WO 4-2231. MILK I
4t' r
i? f4yr Santa reports a wide variety I 1

; of requests from his young

w friends including one father- '

-k. less little boy who wanted "a

1 $",' b .t daddy" for Christmas. 92c
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Given AwardsCertificates Eggs Bread
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F .: were presented to Ice Cream
y several members of the Archery

r P Ay t. P d Club by the City Recreation Department -
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this'week.. Club members ruw Cottage Cheese

shoot every Saturday at 10 eepnotforMaNubbordWhose

t I t I a. m. on the Pratt Street Play- cupboard was bare Juice

4S 'The Night Before Christmas'Typical ground, and awards are presented She had plenty of. milkInthefrigidain. Orange

as their various levels are

I II I of happy: scenes around the world oa "The Night Before Christmas.*' the achieved through the year.

9 Eldon Hardy daughters, Jane, Janet, and Jine put finishing touches on their beau- The following awards were pre-'

i tiful tree, framed in the window of their North Church Street home. sented in the classes listed: i
j Junior Yoeman Class ((80 pointsat ,

Y"\ I 15 yards-Henry) Mizell, 80

Basketball LeagueTo To Bulldogs :, points.
May your Chrishnos U I Yoeman Class ((100 points at 15
Be FormedA
awry,and may Hi spirit I I yards-Ronnie Newman Ill;'
Tornado Ira Mizell 126; Robert Hollings-
meeting to form a city basketball -, Cagers j
fit!I yow barte with lasting hoppkmJ! I worth, 133; Tony Mizell, 134;
'"-- league will be held at 81 i ,
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p.USO.m. All Thursday persons, Dec.interested' 29, in the in j, Lose 2nd GameBradford's j Sell It Rent It Trade It t for Doctors WANTED relief Hospital-R.work.lor 4 days U_P a:>i. Nurse week.tfchg J


playing or sponsoring a team are, FOR SALE S room concrete blockhouse

From All The Folks At The requested to be present. Recrea- basketball Tornadoes Tornadoes jumped off to a 9-1 1TH' A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDMEMORIALS porch, bath 2 additional, carport large bedrooms screen t

tion Director Bob Benner urges; dropped their second contestin lead. But the gomg got rough I! blocks from school. Ideal locationfor
I Ir .
borne and business. V S. 301,
Starke attendance so that the league, two games this season to Su- quickly as the Bulldogs switched :._ t, Starke Contact owner, phone Waldo

Telephone Company maVj get underway soon. i wannee High Bulldogs of Live from a straight zone defense to AND RESOLUTIONS --- ____ U' 4 Cents r>r were" f_Hobart. 8-2SS6. Mrs. Studer itp
Oak last Friday night in a 52- a zone with a full court press.
All interested persons may ob-, WORD OR LIJSS. O.e l..ertt... (MlBlm.m Charge) __- .n | FOR RENT Nice :2! bedroom
32 decision. By the end of the initial period 20 II unfurnished house. Refrigerator In-
tarn complete information by! I cluded. month. Cull WO 40393.
Showing ranch poise and ball I the Bulldogs had pulled within $50
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OVER SO ;e Per w.Hjsere UP
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calling the Recreation Depart-, handling ability against a straightzone i two points of the Tornadoes and EACH ADDITIONAL I _
DISCOUNT ON REPEAT INSERTIONS! *ASi AU
ment 'wo 47441. ; defense in the first period,the j I! by halftime led 18-7, as Starke ZSe ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IN! ADVANCE I FOR SALE Angns-Bulls.Preedinic Price: age reason-registered

had difficulty getting the ball able Doyle Conner. WO 44501.
i I _' FOR SALE Shell house and lot. i
u tf-he
U nder the
the court. co.
up : pressureof SINGER sEwrxa :MACHINE
I Cedar Landing, Ocala National
the full press the Tornadoeslost SALES AND SERVICES cleanersand Forest. Other desirable campsites. : House Trailer For Sale-Model. 185T
Dowling's the ball on ball handling mis- wing' machines Vacuum We service all Liberal terms. T. F. Landrum. I, Great Lakes. :27! ft long by 8 ft. ,
Floor polishers. 4tchg 12-22:! :!:! I'wide... Location 235, 4
Highway
takes 22 times during.the contest. make sewing machines. FREE PICKUP '
402 X. miles north of Rrooker at the horns
"Our ball handling mistakesand AND DELIVERY. ,Write Fla. Phone FOR SALE 3 bedroom masonry I'I of Russell Green. Owner Donald<
Lake City
St..
the full court press, whichwe Marion. tfchg home, carport and utility room. I I Welch. Rt. :2! Pox US. Lake Butler
I 880. Circulating heater and hot water Fla Phone HY 8-4293._tfchg
. had not practiced against, I heater Included. $1,000 down payment -
CHRISTMAS were the main reasons for our CALL ISX; } per month insurance in- : FOR RENT= 2 bedroom nicely
JIMMY HICKS. JR. c-ludt-d. 1371 Landing St. Phone : furnished house with carport. For
loss," Tornado Coach Carleton I LE207: WO 4-5842! :!. Itp o couple or with an infant child. Inquire -
Koch stated. The coach also said FOR I | at 7M V Thompson St. tfchg
Horn Repairs .Dock, Roof FOR SALE Used refrigerator.Good i
his team was still suffering from Repairing. 4 .*c 12-13: condtion $50. Used electric cold i SYLVANIA TV's
FRIDAY the aftermaths of the flu. drink box. Good condition $:-5.! ,
AND SATURDAY ONLY Phone WO 4-S251: Itchg Sales &; Service
One player, senior Woody WE HAVE a new Jon program fot I
.. Strickland, a major cog in theTornadoes' I farmers. Loans' oi 1 to t year Take up payments on a 14 foot i STARKE RADIO & TV
for the entire credit requireI with
automatic defrost refrigerator i
Phone0
j 4.8311
U. S. No.1. offense, was in thegame I I roents of the farmer and his fam swing out bhehe Dahmers 112 I''
only a short time Friday ily. Gainesville Production Credit East Call St. Itchg FRIGIDAIHEAPPf.IANCES
Association '$JI) Sorth Mats
night because of sickness, and Gainesville. Fla. tfcu FOR SALE I

three others had just recovered. Ready mix concrete concrete block,
the fact that his team RADIOS REPAIRED conus., fence posts, sand, cement R XT"LH
Potatoes 10 Ibs. Citing AU Make AU HrteteUaiomable Motar mix, rock steel, oyster shell. ,,,3 bedroom house In Starke, recent-
35c grabbed only two defensive rebounds Charge gmaraateM Ll-neroek and Rocf Gravel Phone I ly redone. Adults only, no pets.
the second half, against SHEPHERD'S RADIO TV \VO4-2521, Bradford Engineering ., 2 bedroom frame house on U. S. ..
I>n as Green, Onr>er' Co. tfebg :' 301 about 4 miles North of Starke.
1C the first, Koch said he thoughtthe i, 412 E. CaU St. Phone WO 4-TOOI I Furnished apartments in Starke. \

flu had probably weakened the !i Starke. Fla. CALL Jaiksonfor top fill dirt, .\. J. Thomas, Realtor

team and shortened their endur- build sing and grading. W. T.
0 IMMKDIITH! OfCVPlM'Y IS
COLONIAL FLORIST! Jal'Ii.I.on.0 4-4011. tfchg OPKKKKD -
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Indian River } ance. !'Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. 1IRDIIOOU ON TIMS .VTTIMCTIVE 3
BANANAS S :;; Jimmie Williams led the win- Kioweri! wired any place. Flowers I' FOR 8LR I (.\ I\ MASOMIV CORMET HOME SARATOGA LOTtU -
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for all occasions locally. Phone Sew and used Building Supplies
ping! Bulldogs with 15 points, WO 4-RZM. 506 Ban Nona -St. tfchg Drive way pipe, 15' lengths I1.2S :, IIKKiHTS. I\ .1IID1TIOV TO
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GRAPEFRUIT 1-2 Bushel while Charles Green added 13. I per foot. See Billy Jackson, Jackson ITs HXC'KLI.KVr CONDITION.
Yellow 49c tfchg I OrTl'iT."DI\G' FEATURES ARE
Pudding Supplies.
Emory Eunice and Marion Cottle FOR I'E Furnished apart I ABl \Ul\T STORAGE fPACE.SKPAUITB .

...... were high for Starke with 13.i chopping ments. Reasonable center. Phone rates.WO $20111 Near:! !I FOR REXT 3 bedroom unfurnished !-- I HATIf 4SHER.ROOM, I.1KGR FORt'TO CAR--
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Ripe Ij\ i each. or rail .t 211 S. Cherry St. (Shell house at 309 Clark St Available -T POUT A\U AM'MIMHVIS-
ff .' Oil Co. Offu-e.. Jan. 1. See Bill Graham, Al- I
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clean
f' Live Oak also made is a
:2tchg! 12-29
tfcbg Store.
j .... yarn I PRICE OILY I10.500. AM BTYER
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sweep this trip to.Starke by win- 1 CAN A"' NFME A 4 PER CENT G I
3 Ibs. MATTRESS New Home- For Sale: or Rl'nt- MORTGIE WITHOUT IIII\G A
Sweet ning the preliminary B-squad HASTINGS Ruth Rossi Rt. 1 Box 164BStarkf' !. \ETIRAOH A\V CREDIT iv-

game 3528. David Ingram dumped & UPHOLSTERY WORKS Itp ''nSTW.TIOTOTI.: MONTHLY
in 17 points for the Baby Tor- PI1MBNTH! 710 Lemon ,St,- PaUtka HOLIDAY SPECIALSPianosOrgansPianos
J, nadoes while Robert Dees was ))1I.um,' RAIID 4TVO 4-1X01 TO
; JUICY SEE.' ltrhg
2Sc. TANGERINES 1 : high for the Bulldogs .with 11. i Furniture Repaired Uphol- Unrlght: pianos cut down piano.I ---
: spinet pianos. pianos $$3 00 up.
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1 LIVE OAK-J. Williams, 6-3- stered & Refinished Close out SPECIALS while they I' PEYTOV FLORIST
15; Haas,' 0-0-0; Peppers, 4-1-9; last. San up to $%0'"). Pay 1961. 118 8. THOMPSON ST. '
MATTRESSES REBUILTNew The Music Center 1025:! W. University : -I PHONE \\O 4-4153 \
Scott 1-0-2; A. Williams. 02.2; Gainesville. NIGHT WO 4-3891 or WO 91I1221111TItTIVE I

each Ward, 0-0-0; Cade, 2-3-7'Kennon; Innerspringsand Phone Ave. FR 6-4145 2tcbg 12-29 n.WWER
.1 I c f : 1v r. UIKE FLOWERS ANYWHERE:
Red 1-0-2; Green 4-5-13; Dempsey, Bo:i SpringsDrop WOODS' HOLE IX THE rNTERLACHEX tfrhl J

'{ 1-0-2, Totals 191452. Us a Card or Call AREA Dressmaking of all kinds, also re-
15 miles west of Palatka, Florida.
STARKE-Eunice, 4-2-10; Mc- Mrs. Phlpps at 307 W.
See
PALATKA EA 5-9166 Lake Chipco and East Lake, Just wealing.
CALIF. GRAPES \ I Kinney, 1-0-2; Strickland, 1-2-4; off Highway No. 20. Restricted 100' Lafayette St. or tall WO St chg 4-6471.1-it

: Holliday, 0-0-0; Tomlmson 1-2-4; I STARKE0 4-5934 Lake Lots priced from $1500 to

: Dankle, 0-0-0; Cottle, 4-2-10; Reddish i\ MRS. PEGGY SHALLER, Starke U0. One-third Down-6 per cent FOR SALE Barbell Sets anT ..
suitOnly
balance-Terms to
on unpaid
I j / CABBAGE size for half the price they would
4 Ik 0-0-0; Nazworth. 0-0-0; Malone .- Agent 20 Lots Available. Open Sun- cent you 'ele \'here. 170 lb. set
'Z 'Ibs 25' 102. Totals. 12832. 1 days From*1:30' p. m. for your con 130.00. 120 Ib. set1.00 Extra
venience.
I Plates lie pee pound. Contact Coach
Score by quarters: i I IX City Pound 1 Bird dog rid C. J. "PETE" O'COXXOR Hurse at WO 4-3091 4tp 1-!!
's.- \ Live Oak __ 7 18 12 15-52 i I and white, spotted male pointer. Real Estate & Appraisal Service.
Owner have board Keystone Heights, Florida Nicely furnished,
may by paying
rot RENT -
Indian River I Starke ____ 9 7 7 9-32 and advmUing 'cost Contact City Phone--4297. fihg clean j bedroom hou!&c. Contact
2.9c ,Pol e. tchg Mrs Stone at Koch's Drug Store.
: i Xew and Used Circulator Heaters. tfchg.
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ORANGES s 1-2 Bushel $1.45 Cellmate Slaying :21! inch RCA TV console take up Sold, serviced and repaired. Jim
payment at Dahmem at 112 East Hayes Heating and Air Condition WILL TRADE field atones at
i '! Call !St. Itchg Keystone Heights 4SS2:! or 3573. Kingslf Lake place for fill dirt in
Condemns FourDeath tfchg place there. I'hone Gainesville FR
j Sleeping|! room for rent. Private entrance -I e-x416.: 4thg 12-22
I| and bath. 403 X. Walnut.
Fresh Mustard Mrs. Johnson, phone WO 4-1151 I' I FOR SALE 20' s 6' garwood
RedEATING sentences were pronounced I I 1h'hgl I run-a-bout powered Kith $2 b. p. I II .

a Saturday for four State Prison -I FOR SALE- Lfke new studio couch' e I'hrysler Phone Gainesville Marine engine.FR 11-.4111.Make offer.

TURNIPS Md COLLARDS "bun. 99cNorth I inmates convicted earlier this.. transistor'radio, oil floor furnace. I 4t fhg 1!-Ui
3 oil spat beaters H. G. Bellinger.i i
APPLES I month for the strangulation mur- !i 46 :>i. Walnut St. Phone WO 42471.:! I INTRODUCTORYOFFER

der of a cell mate. Itpj
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Carolina Circuit 'Judge G. L. Patten im-. FOR SAr.EI brdroon block y I Engraved Business
[losse. Hardwood floor. Bf'a.tlf.IIT'

i I posed the sentences of Jose Zuni- ,':kffue''craped.Pit. Priced Patio t...d**1 oataldr|. 1113: Pratt Stationery

4 Ibs 49c SWEET POTATOES 5 Ibs. 49c! 's ga Vile,19 28;; Andrew and James King 11,ankin 32; .John 27,I L,I M. Phoa WO 4-5191 .r WO 4-3211.Uchg'RVER 500 500 Large Letterheads Envelopes

> TOO LATE TO JOIN 500 Business Cards
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after< denying motions for new EVENING CLASSES for adults. AU
trials. j subjects.i Credit if wanted. Write FINEST ENGRAVING
Director, Pox UfO, Starke, or call
The Union County jury returned -,WO' 4-3071. or visit Adult Education ALL FOR 48.05
Complete Tee ServicePruning I
a I Office. USO BIdg. for additional .
verdicts without
of guilty Plate Included
: recommendation mercy, making -I contact information.principal RJE Negro School adults tfchg 1 f Bracing De-JIoss- BRADFORD COUNTY t
lug Work Tree Removal
MarketAcross i Cavity -
Dowling the death mandatory.
penalty
PROD I HOMES, FARMS, ACREAGE Tnu15plantblrSapp' TELEGRAPHFOR (
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i The four men were convicted :Modern homes' In Starke with down
: payments as low aa $1, 00.09 and I s Tree SurgeonsPETE SALE OR REXT House
of strangling Calvin Cook, 25, of balances like rent. : trailer. Can toe moved to any lot
Miami, with a rope woven from Farms from I acres to (0 acres, and i( SAPP, Owner I will sell rna trailer and 100 ft lot or
more with very reasonable down i STARKE PHONE WO 4-S9M I on hiway Pbone WO 4-1151, J. B.
strips of blanket in a cell knownas '
Street From Setzer's In Starke payments. White.
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chg 12-22
"the cage" in the prison's dis- Acreage with U. S. Road frontage I II For' Expert Tree Surgery Call Our I I\!

ciplinary unit. and cut over lands. Agent FOR SALE 1 2 yr. old gentle! !:
.. c See us for our real estate needs. I sorrel Shetland Phone WO i
I '224 N. Temple Phone WO 4-S965 pony. 4- I
1.- A. J. Thomas. Realtor 2831, Jesse Newsom. Up i
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I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLOtiAHOME AND LAKE GENEVA



. STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, DEC., 22, 1960 .


Keystone Cagers the matter of accepting the so- Melrose ''' .
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy Keystone Council I called Nelson : Remains T .A. Smith in Atlanta Ga.
Point Road, and recommended I
Lose To Cedar Key; that this street be accepted UndefeatedIn Jack Frost visited Melrose this

Mary, K. Scbaef iff Idle For HolidaysThe ; by the city if properly j' BasketballThe MELROSE ,week and left all the lovely Poin-
Eyes RevisionOf cleared' and'graded.. : I settias and other flowers droop-
i By Mrs., Alice 'I
I Rothhammer.aan.aasuAAAAAAAA..ua
powerful Williams
Sharks of Cedar reported that elevation Melrose Bulldogs Ing.The
j swept a
I Baptist
Woman's Club Enjoys well chaperoned groups. When Key ran roughshod over the Key- I had been run along the outlet'I doubleheader from White Springs I Training Union
Christmas Party they are "sung-out" they ,will return stone Heights Indians last Friday Town Charter from Lake Brooklyn from Flam- i last Friday night to remain' undefeated I will go Caroling around town on
I Christmas Eve.
After the regular !>business to the Fire House for re- night to the tune of 93-16 at ingo Street 'to Lake Geneva, and : so far in the current Miss Marian Bass is spending a
meeting of the Womans' Club on freshments.Fun Cedar Key. i that it would require the services i basketball season. The boys triumphed I few days with her sister Miss Winners of the Duplicate Bridge

Tuesday Dec. 13, the club officers For Sunlanders Steve Fehmerling with 21 A recommendation that the entire *,I of a surveyor at a cost of around '! 46-29, while the girls I Susan Bass, in Tampa. I Club were: First place, Walter

were hostesses at a delightful Monday evening Dec. 19, the points, Billy Booth with 20, and Charter and Ordinance Code I $40 to indicate what work would' captured their contest 40-29.. I Chris Spires left Saturday for Grolick and Ralph Pearsall; second
Christmas party. Traditional Keystone Junior Woman's Club Donnie Beckman with 17 each individually of the Town of Keystone Heightsbe be necessary to lower the level in J! Melrose_ boys and gIrls.teams. I I!I Miami to spend the holidays with I place George Phelps and Mrs.:
I
Christmas Carols were sung by played Santa Clause to their :! outscored the entire revised was made at a meetingof Keystone Lake as requested by!( have both won five straight vic- !his parents Mr. and Mrs. Evan 'Alice Ketchum: third place, Mrs.
the and Mrs. La- special cottage of girls at Sun- team effort of the property The matter I Spires, and relatives.
group George losing Indians. the Town Council on Dec. 13 owners. was j toris.Calvin. J Bea Cooper and Mrs. May Cooke=
Rue sang two solos. Mrs. Sara. land Training School at Gaines- The undefeated Sharks ran up a by Councilman Fred Dodd. MayorM. referred back to the committee for O'Steen led the unbeaten Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Pasehall of j fourth place, Mrs. Ray Becker andMrs.
McDonald read "The Gift of the : ville. The Juniors are sponsoringthis 54-7 halftime margin and coasted .. L. Beasley stated that attorney further handling.Mrs. I I Melrose scoring machine with Jupiter spent the weekend with .
] Oil Allen.
Magi" by O. Henry. Tea and cof- particular group of girls as in with reserves during most of Myron Prevatt\ has been requestedto Sara McDonald requested !I 19 counters. He was aided by Ray their aunts, Misses Anna and At- The Duplicate
fee were poured by Mrs. O. E. one of their many projects this the last half. The victory was the study: the matter and report at that the stop sign recently Installed -!'.Renfro's nine points and Larry tie Lee. ]Bridge Club will be discontinued

Wiggins. year. There was a lovely party fourth straight for the Cedar Key the January meeting. I in front of her residence be- ;Brown's eight.Ronland Mrs. Willie Lyons spent a quiet until Jan. 3.School .

The next scheduled event at with refreshments and gifts and quintet. Chairman H. L. Ownbey reported i moved closer to the intersection,, Cheshire was birthday at the home of her I NewsA
the club will te the annual fun for allKeystone Jimmy McMurtry and Billy that due to change in person: I and the matter 'was referred to ,I the whole show for White practically daughter, Mrs. Bess Lynn. This Christmas program was given
"birthday Party" from 3 to 5 p. 10th Graders Carnes tallied four points each to nel of the Council in January, he the committee on public safety. ) ., was Mrs. Lyons' 98th birthday
Springs
16
tallying points. J the Music
m. on Wednesday. Dec. 28. Help The Needy lead the Indians' scoring. had not taken any further action The request for, an additional stop i' Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ford and jy Classes Glee Club
In The tenth of the f Floria Beckham |sign at the intersection of the r Virginia Ford's 21 markers ledthe and Band members Thursday in
February the club will spon- graders Key- tossed in 16 in the matter of the Keystone daughters, Virginia and Doris,
stone Heights school made their I points to lead the alley between'Lawrence Boulevard Melrose lassies to their will Mr.f school and also
sor a pattern contest and anyone Cedar Key Beach controversy. He said that : spend Christmas with Thursday night
I
E wishing to enter may' contact parents proud of them last week I lasses to a 44-29 victory. Nancy he will present a written reviewof and Magnolia Ave was also referred -, triumph. Pat Stormant led the and Mrs. John Simmons and family I;t was directed by Mrs. Rhua
Mrs. Leamon Ward at phone 3503,i when they had their Christmas I'Sutton headed the Keystone attack proceedings in the matter upo to this committee. ]losers, scoring 20 points. In Orlando. Jtakely.

or Mrs. William Dawson at 4181.i Party at school. Insteai: of ex-> with 11 'points. date at the January meeting in Councilman Bill Beam, chair- Saturday night, in another Miss Margaret Slade is visitingher The Senior Class sponsored 'a
They are co-chairmen of this changing ridiculous gifts they I Both teams will be Idle until order that, the incoming Council man of the Committee on Safety,''I home game with St. Joseph'sAcademy sister and brother-in-law Mr. lance Friday night after the Mel-
event. Entrants will make and put their money into a collection :after the'Christmas holidays. might be fully Informed on the recommended that Council request the boys won 49-45. st.Joe's and Mrs. Hugo Wilks, in New t
moiel: their garments, and will be |,box which they managed to get J matter. maximum participation in' Clay Gooch was top scorer Smyrna Beach. ose-Ft. White game.

judged in their taste in patterns, j:quite full. The money was given j ,Tommy Jones Alec Livingston, Councilman E. E. Williams reported obtaining surplus property from 1 with 16 points and Calvin O'Steen Mrs. Dorothy Scully 'and sons, CHRISTMAS
SERVICESAT
materials and skill In sewing. |I to the needy, in care of Mrs.':Ivan Watanan, and Charles Par- that the Streets Committeehad the Florida Development Commission p!: scored 13 for the winners. Bob and John are spending the

The date is Feb. 9, so start sharp- 'Martha: Snellen, a Public Health,I',dee. met with Mrs. Helen Wal- in an amount of $800. The .- holidays In Westfield, N. J. TRINITY EPISCOPAL

ening up your sewing needles. i nurse well qualified to use it I .Masonic Lodge Elects lenius regarding acceptance of a Clerk was instructed to execute I' Ralph Cason and daughter, CHURCH MELROSE
i i wisely. !jI On 70-foot radius the proper authorization and forward THE RIGHT POINT for the
On March 9 the club will holda Tuesday evening, Dec. 13, 50-foot street with a I
I Diana Jane, of Palatka spent a Christmas Day 11:15 a. m.:
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"pre-Easter Fashion Show with Good News j I''new officers were elected for Melrose turn-around the dead end to the county director of : way you write. Come in and select
Mrs. Eloise Cook as chairman. (} It's not often one finds good I': Masonic Lodge N '. 89 F.. & and recommended that the streetbe Civil Defense. favorite ESTERBROOK Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. c elebration of Holy Communionnd

Airs. Cooper And Mrs Harris |news atop ones garbage pail, but ,A. M., located at Keystone accepted when proper papersare Mayor Beasley reported that the II your Robert Cason. a sermon.
Entertain Founder's Circle on Monday all Keystoners found :Heights. presented. by Mrs. WaJlenius. complaint of John Fillyaw, rela- J Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH Mrs.. Florence Jackson is spend- Holy Days following: 9 a. m.,

Mrs. L. E. Harris and Mrs. a notice on theirs, to wit: "Ef- Everett Fox will be Worshipful Williams also declared that the tive to alleged improper conduct I ing the holidays with her daughter -'. :Holy Communion.

Emery Cooper were cohostessesat residential [Continued On Next Page] Streets Committee had "reviewed (Continued on text Fae J and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
only garbage "
areas con- ---
the Christmas Tea of theFounders' e
tainers may be located in a place
Circle of the Green '
designated by the owner,which is'
Cove Springs Garden: Club on
J I easily accessible to the garbage I Ii
Thursday afternoon Dec. 15. The
I i collector But not Inside a privatei
tea held
was at the Cooper homeIn
i i building or garage." This, is town
Lake Geneva. Mrs. Allen Gra-
ordinance No. 24 covering Sani-
ham of Melrose Director of the
tation regulations concerning
Fifth District of the Florida Fe- gar-
bage. At last the unsightly garbage :,
:
deration of Woman's Clubs, gave'a
; pails can be put out of
reading entitled. "The Other
' Man"Nineteen ;sight, and our streets won't look
iso I much like Skid Row! I
members and three
Plan School
|: Firemen
guesta attended. _' The Keystone Heights Volunteer -
Garden Club To ,Mtt t I Fire Department will have ti li\t !:

The Garden ClttjPof the) Lakes their, annual Fire College, Jan. ., I

will hold its next meeting, em I 1620. It was also announced ,at We Firms of Keystone J., \\ W.! tt t1 W' t i) !
Thursday Dec. 29._a asp;{lPiJ4. )lire meeting of the Fire Dept on ,, L.usiness
the home of .1 Dec, 5 that a First Aid Training !
Highway 100 if M f.] Class would be set up by Safety : I 4
Duplicate Bridge( Kews ,. Inspector Jensen of the State Weights. Take This Opportunity of Expressing r

Due to the busy holiday season, Highway. Patrol. Classes will be .
the Melrose Duplicate Bridge Club held each'week on Tuesday even- 4
and the Keystone Heights Dupli- ings, and will start after the fire Our Appreciation for the Cordial frrI : ,

cate Bridge Club will not meet COllege. It ill recommended that k

again until the New Year. The the firemen attend, but It Is also 'k *
'next meeting of the Melrose open to the general public. More Relations We Have Enjoyed With Our ? :

group will be held Tuesday morning about this later. "
Jan. 3 at the Melrose Wo- Phone Book OutDatedThe .:, ;..r.-: : ':''' t

man's Club, while the next meet- i trouble with Christmas is Friends and Customers in Keystone N I !
Ing of the Keystone Heights group'I that it's followed by January, and Nt
will be Thursday evening, Janu- ,, the trouble with January, is that h9u I kHeights "
ary 5, at the Keystone Heights : we start thinking about income and Area the '.aUoimco 'JfolJQG,'
Woman's Clufc. A number of local tax, Christmas bills and auto Surrounding. During It will be a pleasure to C I A (11--, '() '" : If' !
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people belong to both groups. tags. But one nice thing (ts a new serve you in the future! ./ muA _!'PAr I

Attention Sinters telephone book we hope. Our bookis Past Year We Hope to Have the Pleasure "
Friday evening. Dec. 23* the so full of unlisted numbers and ahULtk
Keystone Heights Junior Woman's changed numbers that we have no Keystone S. E. McKay

Club will sponsor Christmas Car- I! more room to scribble a scribble.We j NWJ Wv
of You for Many Years to Come. nffi&t
oling for all the youngsters of have Inserted numbers for the Serving Water Works Realtor
Keystone Heights. The girls and I following: BaUree Bennett, i _* t\1Vv\ '
boys will meet at the Fire Houseat Brune, Cherry, Finzer GlisSOn
7 p. m. and: be assigned to Hinck, Lamm, Lammfraux. Le- .' Candy's Mrs. Melba Hgen

Blanc LaRue Murelli, Morgan, Home of Good Water Gulf Service Mrs. Irene Brault
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4 Gentry, Nooney, Oglesby, Pinon "7W J
I Pater, Rivers. Restivo, Thomas, 1 Associates
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CHIROPRACTICSCORES I Waliath Wyman. and Zike's -, (. J "; '''-' '. I Candy Dennis I

:Sriop. And there are probably '. ._:,<, .; : .
more we don't know .
ANOTHER VICTORYA manv many < .
about. '
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rant curvy of Workmen's Keystone Indians

Comprxatlon file reveals! thai t I1:j Honored At Banquet .. .
the cost! of care in back Injurjcases rj, Thursday evening Dec. 15. Dr
Donald M. Chris'offers was host
treated by Chiropractorswas I
!*4 the }{p""ne Indians Football, Chti 1
120.82 while the ('alttl't"atf! !(]I ,
!Team 'at dinner at the Garden
by other methods was 31.43 peicase. r.-I Restaurant In St8r e.i .
This not represented t 11 i
only
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There were ten fathers and two,
large financial saving to the insurance !' mothers present, as well as the. I

company but the employee .'host :". ena ker, the team and *! 4.

was returned to work with't 'Coach i Cherry.

\ the time loss which meant a(rI| After a delicious steak dinner

swing not only to the employe 11 I,Itn the private dining room. Coach ...
but I Len Register from Bradford High

\f lease ea., '8 II School gave a short talk. 4 _

) toth time and money by con Following the speaker, awards 1RI
tarthig your Chiropractor at on .1 were given the boys. All the boys
health problems ref.f who had played the required
Bring your ( '
!number of quarters received let-

1!tern while some of the boys who

theDr. i had fulfilled other requirementswere

H. G. lounger given handsome jackets.

Fourteen lucky boys received
jackets: John Allen Mike Lovorn
Offices r
Chiropractic David Schaeffer Jimmy McMur-

728 E, University, Ave, Gainesville, try, George Leath, Elam Glisson, .

U6 N, Walnut St. Starke Bucky Bunce Richard Mooney. ill I
ham. Eric Redf am. Billy Carnes. .
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ZIKE DECORATING SHOPIn ;{' !:} A '"

: A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community !
Wiggins Building
Keystone Heights'fif .. :

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< \ lID> PAINTS ANDPAINTING Walker's Service Station W'r everyone beating to Itear a this drum''cause Yuletide wish we. .want May' Keystone Heights, Fla., .: !

AIDS '" you. )have boundless cheer and ,much h.ppi> r3: i '

;,', eats.alibru'th_ _coming_year/_ !. ., __ ;,
Wall Paper Samples .- Lindsay Walker ,
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I Council also heard the following leaving two weeks accrued. Coun-;Drug Store.CHURCH TTTTTTTTHAMPTON' Y'Yyy "' ."yyyy.,,,I Jacksonville spent last weekend -

Keystone Council I i matters reported on by Councilman cil agreed. I NEWSSt. with his'brother.E: : L Brown and That'..()ur Business
i Williams, chairman of the William's family.
I Williams suggested that the five Mr. and Mrs. 'Pat Bowers of Glass We nave Hi
streets committee : This year there 'will.'be two If Its -
I : poles set up annually for Christmas Masses at St. :William's', Church Columbia,.'S. C are,. the parentsof CALL WRITE or VISIT s,
Eyes RevisionOf !! That the Catholic Church John,, light 'should be acquired by I on Christmas." For the-first time 6y- J liars... D. E4ij 1D l- a daughter born November 22 ,
Bird, and G, E. Wiggins would do':' the town and left in place to a- .. I
in the of st William's iaaeaaaaaaia..aa.asa.WMII in Columbia--
history ,
i.i their own mowing of vacant lots.' void expense of setting up each i and Joe Peters Glass Co
'j Mr. and Mrs: Tracy Jones
there will be Midnight Mass on ,
Town Charter Clerk was instructed to ask forbids year. The matter was referred to : Christmas Party daughter visiting in > ..
Hampton
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.1 in,
Christmas Ere At It:3d.p. onChristmas
to complete the mowing. t t Pie streets committee for r Hampton BaptiSt WMU held l. R GLASS NEEDDesign
te and: Waldo with their families t' ) ANY
there wflJ
> a ,
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[Continued from Preceding Page That' the cars along' the fence e h1endation. com-I'sacred concert Eye by;, the Choir bf St! t their ahnual Christmas party. oThursday' tt through .Jhe, Christmas, holidays. LVR Modern Store Front
't other action the night, D c. 15, at fee
: In
of at Lee's Drive-in Theatre lad. not| William's-, under the-direction of.Mn .J' : : Mr. Jones;has:completed his Navy ,Jiwt Mail! Hs A Patter, for
Police Mil Prank Clark I atHampton t
Chief Brune Some of
during the .
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been reh1 ved. to five
I Mayor Beasleystated 1 Agreed present the full-j Bictfmahn. Soloists training *at ,Memphis Tenn., Table Tops
of JJladycd Lake.A .
course an investigation, had that if this was a legiti time; employees of the city with acertificates J he has'been stationed, and
been handled to his Satisfaction 'j j Win Be Mrs. Bac1iiuann"Mi l s- $s- devotional business meeting. where ; ,: t313 N.W. 4ih PL Uainesville. Fla. Phone! F5L 2-4353
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mate complaint and not just a. for a turkey up to 15 teUe, Leo LeBlanc, and ; .they expect to leave, Jan. 1 for
with Mr. 1 Bisbee. Christmas carols
Brune. : and I
j Iirigingbof ,
personal matter between Mr. Lee I pounds td be secured at Watson's Prevost.The Seattle Was1lr
Tommy -
In the matter &1 securing reteraf I and ghiwrtnc garage owner,I'Market: sevOniti 2,6ass, vi111 be at.. ,;34 ja. preceded the lt.W?exchange lIlitMii of Qi gifts)lJ' \\'ni.'n sct,vtib.. Ms*. LAuise'
addltt
,&e,sons of $15 *Sme4 fompb&c&ar&oer -:.fj KSS. Sit t&e ItojwrJ *DuJd, Yoirt} iha3 the leW Y Gfss Ststsasmaciitng.Confessions iQ : : Afacc2re' tar CtmsJates: wit he her'
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the er : Clerk Instructed JO&S&L TFt2y' r i see that ft is tsropertr iaktfi tl.ttof. ,f;given, and held responsible for, a will be held at 7:20' ]aced Bar:*with. "S9J5U tardS president acid gifts., TFBS bon. brotbeJ',"W-. 3T3errtj, ol Jackson-' LAKE BUTLER BUllIED GASFor
was to i }
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contact key to the grazing area at Keystone to 8:30 on Christmas eve. i Refreshments 'of cake, frail vile and .her/ son Charles from
the bonding company In the: That the sign proposed to be I Airport. Personals Coco '
premises. take and coffee were seryed b y r t
erected by White Feather Court: -instructed Clerk, to ,bUl. Keystone Last Tuesday, Dec. '13". klrs.Oladyce .; t the hostess to members and visitors -, Brenda ,SUe Hmson spent last Cooking and Heating
Relative to a letter received in would not be of the flashing typ e'!'' hostess btarke ,
: Egg Cooperative for current .Bachmann was: > present. weekend.!.,. in with. Dolores
connection at'Keystone with a damaged runway and would be turned off at 10 p,,I business licenses: to Mrs. Lu Nelson. and:Mrs.Jean 1 Wendy Hill Marks Birthday and Dorothy. $6.50 Per 100 lb. ;Cylinder

Airport; Chairman in. Agreed to arrange for a. photo- Fox at a luncheon at the Robert i Wendy"- Hill daughter of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade Jrr

mittee Qwnbey, ot the AIrPort{ Com- Williams advised that A. JPrak ., i graph of the 1960 Council as ai Meyer Hotel in Jacksonville, the ;and Mrs. D E. Hill. celebrated I and children, ,spent last weekend
agreed to -
for proper make, arrangements : had accumulated five week s:i move to acqulre.a complete.file of occasion being. airs Nelson's ]her eleventh birthday Sunday, rei} :Vie Donald Slades and ---- Heater Special ..--
marking of the. of.unused vacation time with thE such birthday.. .
photographs, if possible. a1 t V. J. Sladw
Dec. 18, with slunfcer. ) party "
runway.Earing J :
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Sarnia.,
city and recommended reinbursement Morris LeBlanc from .
the ...... ... .. ......... .... .,, ..... her] home. Refreshments of birthday Mrs. Ethel Tidwell spent last
.< ... lengthy. session.r' for three weeks at this time, "''''''' "" ''' ''' a Ontario Canada, recently spent cake and punch followed I, weekend. stili1g. in Jacksonville. 25,000 BTU Space Heater 29.50
Heights ,4 .
three days in Keystone
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of the:gifts Sunday even
KEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS opening: .
with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and .BTU Heater 39
40,000 Space 50
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K OWLJh.rP. Mrs. Leo LeBlancof .Keystone On Now Cash.yatd for good, eitan cote. > ...., : .
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1, Heights. FronvKeystonfr he went 1&Extra Postof f ice Here' Ion. L rags."..'. No Khaki or. wool Phone HY 6-4351 i .:.;.,;:. .- Like Butler

;\ UQt"P .", ." ",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..-y.---e on to Miami. Kresi'bi J'" Work at the Hampton postof-, Bring. ,BndforQ'. County Telexrapti. 1"I "
Mr and Mrs Al f .St. 'activitg; > '
Lice has taken on >xtra I ,
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Preceding Page
Clair Shores, Mich were of mail:1 :
with the Christmas rusn

V ." i II Master; Floyd Baker; Senior War- two. days and last Mrt,week Led; ton th laI.for fir. ;, way-, on hand. Mrs. T.Mrs.F. Mary Brown Wit ha: ,.f'o : WisILJ Attention Livestock Producers!
den; Talmadge Drake, Junior Noi11f 1 been assisting {
0 from MiamLMr. .- ,
our I Warden; Watson .Hardenbergh. :Uims, postmaster, since Dec. 12.1 ,- :
Treasurer; Walter Bunce, Secretary and Mrtj; Louis Kyle and The incoming mail is expected t( U If you have hogs ore -- -

; Bud Ownbey, Senior Deacon Mr. and Mrs:'Herbert Jfelson. \ and I pdntinue heavy, through. : this.. week. ,:I .', cattle to sell now or in :' t
KANSAS: : Jennings Marrhee, Junior sort are anticipating Christmas ,Mr. and Mrs.. Frank: Brown- o!f r the future please contact .
Albert
with'Mr'and Mrs,. ,
4 ? Deacon Hall, Senior Steward dinner '
; Henry '
of
the
The State Capitol is Topeka, truly the treeshadedcity ; Jess Lewis, Junior.Steward; Bachmann.. :. '., ,I Sunday School,. 9:30: .a.rm' Morning at Copeland one Sausage buyers

and is famous for the John Stuart Curry murals R..C Crawford Chaplain, ; Clyde Mr.' and Mrs. 'Wilbur'Neal will Worship. .. 11:00 a. m'. Company: and give them '. >
Christmas S dinner guests'of Mr. '
Mitchell. Marshall; and C. W. be
telling the --
.dramatic i John Brown's opportunity to buy
story. Almost
airiust" Owens, Tyler. and Mrs., Leo LellancI .
for the tourist to include on the sight seeing 'Regular Meeting night for Melrose t- fr and jiri. WUUan Dawsoh 'FIRST. METHODIST: CHURL your livestock.

list is the Reihisch Memorial Rose and Rock Gardens, Masonic' Lodge is the second will spend Christmas \with, Mrs. MELROSE '. COPELAND OFFERS YOU
floodlighted and fourth Tuesday of each Dawson's parents.; Mr, and'Mrs-. J.: .
and :Churc1sChool
containing thousands 9.45'a., m, 1
of roses of Sunday, : ,
many Say'annahK Qa,. 4 BIG ADVANTAGES!
colors and month. L. Green, in :all 11 a. m.., :
for ages.
varieties
; the Munri\ i Memorial\ l where the
The new Officers will be installed 6:30 p. m..
Morning Worship. : '
Santa Fe and Old Oregon Trails divided. Topeka is on December 27, after the CHRISTJIAS SEfeVICES Yputh ;Fellowship. .- 1. Cash ,market every' day. .
also ;
the home of_ the w_orld-famous Menninger psy- regular meeting. AT ST. ANNE'S" ,.EPISCOPAL. Wednesday.. 7:30 p. m., BibbStudy e 2. :No commission..
chiatric clinic and research McKay Bowlers On Top CHURCH, KEYSTONEChristmas'Eve and- .Prayer Meeting. -
center; Last Thursday evening, Dec. 15; iDec.; 2411JU30: Rev.:"Ted'8 r1nt r.actor. .I' 3. Special consideration. given to meat

the ladies of McKay Real Estate p. m.. .traditional .Ef iscdpal Midnight fOR# THE. type )hogs' .
THE KEYStONE STATE BANK I Bowling Team moved, .:up to first Service: 'Celebratlon'afHolzCommunion ,
place in the Women's Bowling : 'andfseirmonT : I 4. Can furnish hauling for sufficient
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.A I League which meets each Thurs Christmas' Day' f Dec, 251- S:30 Alvarez Store quantities f -

MEMBER F.D.I.C. day evening at Azalea Lanes in a. m., plain celebral hbn ,of, Holy e Jj I
A Friendly Bank, In A Friendly Community Palatka. They have been in sec- Communion, (no sermbh; no music off : .t a* SEASON CALL COLLECT HO 2-3011

Keystone Heights, Fla. ond place for a longtime: and- ]. .f .

finally landed the top spot. .Holy' Days foUowing. : ,7b ,a.. : ... AND' THE* COMING I. CLAUDE PHILLIPS :HERON HUDSON
On Friday morning, bee. 16, Communion.. Y ,f i I
the bowlers were the guests of S. m. Holy .Y ce and BillGraham I I YEAR 0 PRESTON POLK

E. McKay for coffee at Belote's 8t WUllam's CsthoHc Chapel. I
r and Kids
Keystone Heightc :Big Dad, I CopelandSAUSAGE
Sunday Mass at 830a.: m. WISH YOU .
PARK bf Holyday Mass at 7:00: a, IlL Mfg.. Co. I Inc. I
the ,
PALMS Tuesday Mass lot 8:00; : a'pt'' ,."., > ONE AND ALL ': COMPANY ALACHUA FLORIDA
t Confessions before all' Massed ... .; :. .

Baptisms marrTage witructions : :' ; < ....! '. t n 1

< by appointment. .
C prltra Fi ri da's Bible Conference .,: ; '

FIRST BAPTIST tt1UCls JJ. ; Only ELECTRICITY; gives :' fumeless, really safe.

; Ke KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 4
tOHe '
Heights Florida
I If ,, : I Y HEATING
J. R.. Smith, pastor Ralph COOKING and WATER

GOliriON. ., L. PURDY, Director Copeland.. Minister of Music! and I

"\..-.. .. .'. <''';' "'J r .. .. church ,organist .. I i e.. the modern may for a.modern day
'Services: Sunday ,School, .8:45: "
a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m.

Training Union, 7 p..m. Evening
\ services 8 p. m.
PROGRAM 196,1 A: MERRY CHStSTMAS.

COMMUNITY CHURCH .
Special l ChrfctwiaS' :Holiday Program DR. CHARLES KEYSTONE .HEIGHTS *:. : < and .
SEIDENSPINNER, : : -.1 .- .
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Mrs. J. L. Hetheringtoo M".a: ..3"Q3
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Organist and Choir Director. .. .-
.January.A --27\___< ___ CHINA ." -.. ;; (?. k.,,
INLAND.MISSION\ .
-- Rev.Glenn P. LaRue, Regional I. Q3
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.>' .Secretary. i I :., .


; January. 27 Feb. 3 _-____ REV. NORMAN TOWNSEND Scripture- Press
Foundation
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February 5. : 10 _:..:.._.1_____ DR. CHARLES $errJi ,
," Trinity Y .

Atlanta, Georgia. ', ... "bo 1 daway"I
... ELECTRIC COOKING costs only vors vitamins are not
f.... 4' about a penny a meal per person. less meat shrinkage! ,.,too. You'll
., February J2."Jt: -,.--__LATIN AMERICA MISSION Dr. R. K. controls that
.. Strachan, : You'll enjoy a cooler,cleaner kitchen love the fingertip
%;0.'... Director; Rev. David Marshall, Bible Teacher. : .*._ no soot-biackened pots or filmmate pot-watching. And 'elimQt,
::1' : -11 .Hnudged walls.Your family will enjoy constant-burning pilot light to

: Feb atyi9'i. )." : .-.:..---_____ 5IOODY\ BIBLE INSTITUTE, Philip. R. Newell, Bibles .. "- tastier It healthier meals because flameabout.. Better- see the modern electric' al:=arr"a.cI:':
I : V fFebruary- less "waterless" cooking retains 1laranges at your dealer today. -----
r.,._ .. Teacher, Eugene Lye, Song Leader. :
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26 March\, 3 HAROLD .
WILDISH
Bible Teacher Constant
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March PS.10, '_4- J;, _'WHEATON COLLEGE I J
Dr. Samuel J. Schultz, Carter II
. ,,.: ;... y : c Cody, Soloist and Song. Leader. I
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March 12'17. ---- ._..:. ORIENTAL." MISSIONARY SOCIETY, Rev. Fred Shoemaker I t,
{" ,t Regional : : .
( Secretary. DUkMM' .
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V'..' March, 19's.! :;..21'...*.__________ DR., J. ALLEN BLAIR Pastor Calvary. Independent. : ,t /
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",.: .\. 1'. .,: -" .. Church, Charlotte N. C. ". *. .r- 4- (- bEAR-FRIENDS> __ ;
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7: '.' March.26April\ =: .2 "-,-_---Y II. C J B-The VOICE OF THE ANDES, Dr. .Clarence I :
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F.?. April 3 9 __ __I PtfCKET TESTAMENT J QUICK AS A WINK! You can depend on the newr ---
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I. .. t: supply piping-hot t why nearly million Florida I '
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t t.: MEETING TIMES: SUNDAYS11:00 A.M, 3jO( PJ1. and, 8:00.l;Ili.r : ..- '.',\ '- ..-::., '!quiet ill never ddnti again' ed Wve flues to venta..ciii skimp Jlaaidess-safe be installed sod/* i t heating.le crieeletsl Remember,peace of mind $

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WEEKDAYS '; ," where most convenient. See your appliance dealer,f k.------ .
.9:30 AM (each
morning excei>t Saturday > --
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electrical .
:" ) '}; ') t plumber or contractor now.I ft
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t. 8:00 P.M.: ; :. I j Parts Service! Company I 1 /

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TUESDAY I FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
and THURSDAY evenings __ Special Fea- ,;

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Soil Conservation Service ar '

Sam :McGarvey Chairman; I III rrr l i )
Leaton Morgan Jr., Vicechairman -, >, ..,.,k :.- ? FAMOUS BRANDS-U, S. GOVERNMENT GRADE UA" TENDER, YOUNG, PLUMP TUX5
; Zedra Hamilton Foster Shi : + :
Smith and J. B. White, members ",. .,''.- .''.., -" +I''' I''I'' il TO INSURE YOUR SERVING THE F.NEST QUALITY TURKEY AT YOU? HOLIDAY rEA.STji .
of the Board of Supervisors for

the Bradford, Soil Conservation > c t 5.. 20 LB AND UP PER L3 10 TO 16 LBS PER LB 16 TO 20 LBS PER LB
District wish you a :Merry Christ .

mas.A. ,...
complete soil and water conservation .
farm plan was delivered
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to Austin Fender, who has his
pastures fenced so that he can r ;
rotate his cows around to the different (1' "'r' ,OLD SOUTH POULTRY ,,:.r "a '
ti
pastures. His clover is >- STUFFING : :
coming along fine. W i'r ?c
bag 25c. ,.
With the short rain fall a lot /10 oz. '
of dug ponds are low. This low ,
water is causing a lot of weed < J OPEN LATE FOR ; 7E-! _. .. (' 7
troubles. While discussing pond \1 I YOUR CONVENIENCE I FARMER GRAY BRAND AVAILABLE
weed problems with Pee Wee MONDAY thru FRIDAY AT SLIGHTLY HIGHER PRICES
Dampier some of these points J
were talked about: ((1)) Grasses ': j STORES CLOSED EDORADO SMOKED SLICED :".,,
and other edge -plants are con, / 6:30 P.M. SAT., DEC. 24i
trolled by grazing or mowing or
by spraying with a mature! of //ALL DAY SUN.; DEC. 25 IB Pig -
2,4-D'and diesel oil:'Krni'tture of \._ / ) ALL:DAY MON., DEC. 26 ( CELLO
8 ounces ((1 cup) of 40-percent XrV ,. .. .
X.-N.-X -XX.X. -- -% i
2,4-D (ester form) in 5 gallons of I i
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diesel oil ia standard.You can 7" unLI4
kill back all the marsh: and edge: I FRESH PORK l lTl '
plants by spraying them once or fi .. T; R ;..,ti' 8 t. J;' SWIFTS. PREMIUM '$ARMOUR'S STAR MORRELL'S PRIDE i I
twice each summer.'A. .second application fJ '! t. i' EFO 'ii Q i HAMS '/i ORWHOLE i
is usually heeded to 11 49
finish killing weeds,:shrubs,. arid XfRA : COOKED HAMS 5 LB 5369 i FRESH PICNIC < j i ,.,
any heavy growth of plants: ((2)) .... I"*** STAMPS ,.'tI BONELESS CAN
Plants with leaves that float on ? GREEN ODORDER.I NO WASTE j SHOULDER u-29tj ,
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the pond surface such as pond wn 3 : OR FRESH PORK

lilies pvoided ani:by! watershield fertilizingyour can pondto be : : NAME .- -= {< prevent the development of at.4O ADDRESS j j'f
t. ", 2-1, 1960 i. .
seedlings. This type has roots on ::: ; : Expires nr 1r
the pond: bottom. You can kill the .
plants leaves.by This repeated starves cutting the roots.of The the ? IP.' t ".''tg A 3 R'., lill eav i stars a Ing ens 1 u' 1

leaves need to be cut only slightly :;. 1 I H I.t tII t fA>! > 1 PIG' l
FEET .
below the surface of the water ; i. ,.1Qc, I
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Five or six cuttings may be re FRESHMEATY
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:;:; FYNE TASTE CRANBERRY V:* )iDY
quired. Just keep at it until leaves
appear no longer '. 'J I' : PORK TAILS lB 19c i
'\ V'cY' RESHLY BAKED Ci .
Robert W. Murray biologist #303 FRESH PORK COUNTRY
i STYLE i
with the Florida! Game and FreshWater m.. Gnra PAN .
Fish Commission, advised'lis PU' l1lidY t3 f. .N. aatu h CANS. 'SAUSAGE 3 LBS 89ct l lP
that requests for thumbergii : :
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partridge seed .
pedaza plants pea m :} '- '- '- '- '-.' .
and common lespedeza seed ,, I -c'. ALL VEGETABLE SHORTENING '- -
3 .; VEGETJ'.E QUALITY ,
should bs made before the end of C :':- -: ;
the year. Requests for combinepea : :: = SHORTENING 3 LB : .JD UC :r.ss. .; i
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and brown top millet seed.can '; REG. 8" ; !; -.. 3 CAN LB .49 CAN C : > SWIFT'S- -PREMIUM- ROLL
3. 9
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be made next summer. SIZE '" .0.
VALUE LIMIT-1 YOUR,CHOICE WITH SAUSAGE 3 LBS 89
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$5.00 FOOD PURCHASE ,,,,,
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LADY FAIR TOP QUALM! t Y S 35 MAXWELL HOUSE'" AROMA RICH SUNNYLAND ALL MEATFRANKS
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..J. c {t'No Citron Orange '
; or Lenin PC: ) : ALL '

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'i i Green Peas ((2 Ib'bag) 0 FOOD ORDER SIZE '".,' FRESH MILK Vz GAL 53'LIBarS' .

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Cut Corn ((2 Jb bag) :? ARTON .

0 Mixed Vegetables ((2 Ib bag) ,;, 1 2 '- tSEkJEoOD '-":-
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CHAND o Cut Green Beans ((1% -
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EVERY EMPLOYEE I ".; 2 QAGS $1 OOa9) ,_.... P U M P KiN"4 #CAN 303 1 Oc ; LARGE FRESHL'YCAUGH' T'


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Cans 3 SOUTHERN QUEEN DELICIOUS McCORMACK GROUND
& Market SARA LEE CINN. NUT (Reg 790.Value) O #2'/2 1ft I 'II 118' OZ

COFFEE CAKE ea 79'FWE O SWEEI' POT. A TOE5 CAN c S CINNAMON McCORMACK GROUND 19fSIZE

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WIDE VARIETY row Cold REDLK0t.IDAT 4 ;
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I TEN! BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY, DEG 2f, 1960
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Townsley, Jessie Brown, Anna a gala time. The club members. I!\ Banquet." This. affair. is usually by Choir No. Ir Miss Lottie I I Bated this 7th day of December,!
"J'"I; ;: ; Wright Eula Mae Robinson, Leola j were presented by President W.tpresented hi" February.- "Watch this English, pianist. The Sunday I County A. D. ,1960 Florida.at Starke. Bradford,I; ':-:.. '. .....

Wilson, Zerline Aaron, Bertha Brooks, guest club was the Fiesta I Paper for definite announcement.'School will present the Christmas!,I 12-8 4t IMS !ii ,

Bellamy; Messrs. Willie Brown,! group of wb\ch Mrs. Ethel'Young During the evening worship hour j program on Friday, Dec. 23, at 8..i :.

CJTIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Henry Bryant, Willie Pittman I is presidentr A. R.'Je.* *t. re t I special Christmas songs. were i;p.:m. The general public is invited -f:I I :
Sam McCurcheon, Rev. U. Clark I i porter. i sung by the choir with soloist i ii
Ozora Shell and Rev, L. Griffin Free Movies & Goodies ,I i Ruby; Clark, Bertis Robinson,, and I j I to attend. -Mrs. Pauline I lt OS :
Williams and Gladys HilL Principal American Legion Post 314' and I iRanell 'Marshall reporter.
English being
ULLaViAUAIAAALAAAw A A A A A A A A A A A AA A A. t AAAAAA feat-urej'i
Price thanked the Auxiliary will th' i +*an* ,
sponsor i The- sermon for the regular serI :ISOT1CK OF IXTKXTIOV TO
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Pre- hrlstmas Surprise Party I and coffee. Principal Price received the wonderful party and all the I nual hoJday party for all children vice was delivered by Rev. Dan- : RKCiSTRii FICTITIOUS \.%MR :t666

Patrons and friends of Thurs- many useful gifts and a purseof lowly gifts and wished each onea in the. community off. *New I I.|eels, evangelist; .sermon after ser- undersigned Notice! is hereby under given the provisionsof that the
ton Elementary School in Lincoln $18.25 for her excellent work "Very Merry Christmas and a I Year's Day at the Reno Theatre I vice,. Rev. 'L.: A. Sampson The' Chapter 20.S53. Laws of Florida,
City surprised Principal S. C.I and loyalty..to the pupils and pa- Prosperous Happy New Year." I on Pine St. According to ;an"an- pastors; Aid Club presented the I Clerk Acts of 1941, will register: ,with the
of the Circuit Court in and
Price with a pre-Christmas party I trons in the' community. Sponsorsof Carnation Club I nouncement by commander'' Julius gift of'over $17 to the pastor for Bradford County Florida, upon I ,
12, at 7 m. the party were: Mrs. Louiza the movie will begin at 1, receipt of proof of publication of i
on Monday, Dec. p. The Carnation Club recently I Royal : while the Deaconess Board: gave a I ,
this notice the fictitious of
The classroom was filled with patrons Brown, president of the PTA: presented: their annual Christmas | p. m President K M.. Royal and purse of 'over $5. The pastor was ;Court Stvae Repair, under name which I J. B. WRIGHTSinclair I II
in the dark and when Mrs. Mesdames Bertis Robinson, Essie II I other ladies will assist in serving deeply grateful for these gifts at j i am engaged in business at 12* N. i
Luree Jackson, Clemmer party which was a dance at Kel- j Court St., Starke Florida.
Price unlocked the door the group Perdue, ; the children. Movie projection will.Christmas. He1 'will deliver his 1 Edward A. Hall. P. O. tox 1109 I I *
I Bryant, Mackamae Pittman. Jua- ly's Nite Limit. The band was II Starke. Florida sole
Williams
began to sing Silent Night. The (be handled, by Clarence ; Christmas message at Pleasant ----owner.--- : Service '*
menu included golden brown fried I, nita Wale: Betty Hudson, Thelma very outstanding. All guests had; assistant manager of the Reno.I Grove Baptist Church. Keystone j I-r=- j !
Clark Mildred Griffin, Annette I and a member of Post 31*: Par- Heights. All Ebenezer members ; i 512V.. Madison St. i
chicken potato salad, rolls, cake. Phillips Dora Frazier, Ophelia j ents all over Starke Lincoln City,:. are invited to worship with this WILLIAMSJEWELRY 1
Hampton Lawtey and,all areas of membership of which our pastoris
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, Bradford County are invite to in charge. Excellent music will. Now Offering M
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send their children. American Legion the choir. Come
PEACE ON EARTH is be furnished by I WELDING SERVICE :
members are all overthe' out .and: have a musical.feast at II I I II ,
t tI county and 'this is their' way of. Keystone Heights. Our sick and All Types Of i iI'
WATCHES DIAMONDS I
wishing -children"'A Happy;: shut-in memfjers were remembered I II CHRISTMASEntire

GOOD WILL TO MEN Holiday Season." Pauline. Marshall ?, by cash donation. I fRaneIl REPAIRSAll I IRON WORK-STEEL I II
reporter. English, reporter.New
Work GuaranteedA. I
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AU'Schools 'l I FABRICATION
Opening Date Of ,
Bethel Baptist Church.I I Staff Of The
All public schools will re-open Rev. A. B. Vinson pastor.will ob- C. Williams : I Ii
May you have the gladness of Christmas, on,TuesdaY -3t l die Kol-: 142 W. Call St. i I
serve Christmas Services all day I W. M. SMITH In ChargeOf II Florida Theatre
Which is hope. lege will atitll 7 1'Q i that ..' I I Starke Fla. I
The of Christmas .. same date;!Parents1observe tf iurar and Sunday} starting with Sunday j This Service i iI
spirit ,
", i ... pi'e-sch opr i-h1J4r'i::,.ilH.Xt- ked. ,- .ta School, SUp( Milton Ellerson in ... I .
Which is peace "J \;.'- this:; date' '' I charge. Music will be furnished
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The heart of Christmas; Fiesta ClttV -* '. -

Which is love. .... All Hestg Club members are, f .-. ---.;..
: I asked,tomegt at Yfcteroafc Schoolon F ,.

I i Wednesday; De > "
'and "
Best Wishes" Good Cheer For Christmasand tflf4
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the school. President Young is -
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the New Year ,
To each of our >ton asking that an persons be there ':,...'. I .. ,

R. J!. (Russell) Green, Jr. derful customer we by 6 p. m. with buckets; brooms : ,
., extent! a heartfelt arid mops. 7""P'. 'Cumnfln.;.s, re- :
.., ., wish for \ very, !porterHouse: *, Hi .hA' : CHRISTMAS

MERRY CHRISTMAS : Warming .
.; ...:: + I
\ ', The lovely'honie '.c&tfpnn'; afia!: I I
n I i ii Pernella CUmmIngS was' open tot
i ',Inspection, many friends;: and
ij j i I:relatives on Sunday/Dec: 18* from

i Ii+:2 to 4 p. m, Many lovely gifts: and
i i cards of congratulation-\rjre received f I '\.
Western Auto, I II I by the'coupnd their ,, I

I Associate StoreCONEY ::children.on Highway The 16 Cummings west,"'riot far'reside from .I :.I

gaV2) old Wateroak' School. The outside II ri

C color is tan arid: brown with a t
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Crdi car-port. You can't. miss it.. ,, H i i ----

Hospitalized : 1' "
.i I Mrs. Clemmer Bryant, memberof I!
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Ebenezer:BaptistP.Cfiurch and

I I former employee of Big Dad's, recently You've heard this before,we know.
had surgery at Bradford
how else sane wish the
But you
County Hospital. According to recent I

reports she is doing fine and j I 0 best of holiday cheer than to say ,r
expects be1iometrtth-h fam-s'!
fly for Christmas. Pleamon Albert ,. Merry Christmas and Happy New,Year!

has returned home' after a WtRVs
I WISHING you
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brief illness in Bradford? County

TO EACH ONE OF YOU Hospital He 'is an employee of I: .. ,.. ....--'...-,-,'.". '.."f"' :-.,< ., t.
the county hospital. Both persons '. '

FROM EACH ONE OF US! I Baptist are CHURCH faithful' Church.NEWS members of Ebenezer ':'U4'',; >(, :'.::"\. .. ". :, ; : }'*:,1 I I M erTy Ch, rlstmas


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Allen' Chapel A. M. E. ChurCh'' V* I AND A
i held regular services all day sun-

1 : .. I.I I.i I.I 1 day Church service that with culminated at Pastor Ebenezer with Sampson Baptist a special -,I ; hardill:: Restaurant< ,; i" Happy Hewjfar


-. I preaching out of his soul. He was .

r ..... ,. I.j i I I accompanied by Choir No. I and \ I t \ :. : '
'. '." I many members that included Rev. : .
j and Mrs. Levy Lennon. A collec- : ) ::

.f.t Koch Store
I .- tion of $25 was raised. Christmas Drug
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Day services will be held start- .. r '. .
I
I.I I. ing with Sunday School at. 10, a- ,. ,
H G. Wall% Agency '
; ; I m. Fannie Bell Frazier:: in charge. I I.l :
I .. ', This is also Trustee Day and II
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Harold 'C, Wall, Ifarry Rabb, Eula, Mae Smith, and i ISLAND I Chairman Eddie Thompkins is I i
'. asking,, all members to discharge I

Elaine Colson Cordelia & Van : their full duty on this the last I .
'
Sunday in 1960. The Sunday rMIS
'!School will present the annual ;
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McCraryMaythe '
I :Christmas program'at 6 p.. m. Under -

.. -_. L" _f. 1.I \,direction of Mrs. Louise .
Broxton.. and others. The generalP1,1blicb i v
invited: to attend. Junior !
Church will meet at 5 p. m. each

RtG1T ll Monday Girl Scout meeting will,
s.tt1., ., ..... lesum$Ton Thursday, Jan. 5. More I
r'fwLy N'IG" members are needed to meet our It' .
'I quota. Parents are asked to support
this Remember all \ -:
I program. : _.
sick and shut-ins during the i
lour
.e
holiday season.-E. J. Givens, re'- o
I. porter. :

: Ebenezer: Baptist Church, Rev. I .

It. D,, Robinson, held services all .
+:Sunday.-Daring the morning to.. '

.1.',worship' ;hour the guests weremembers .
'I of American Legion Post \ //ri.
t
,w, c /; ,? /4 : I 314 ani'fAuxiliary. The sermon I ;
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was delivered by Rev. George Lee,,
I Sr.. wh&is a member of the post
1 i Lt' ,e 1 j He emphasized the beautiful story t 5 'T ...y, l -qtr

ti / j cf theaging| tempest while Jesus, .
i I was asleep and stated that "The

Stonn;;,;* On." Deacon Julius i -
Royaf-Commander of the post i :
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: took a collection of $17.75. He ;
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remarks .0$;
later made significant
IA 't.
] concerning the organization and '
1 the "Circle of Churches" program :t.J .,.';:::, "..-,
j that has. been initiated. He also j .9, ....'
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I presented: Mrs. L. M- Royal, president 1' ,r., ._,
f -
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11 of the auxiliary, who gave a h ,W. T fr1P4e\
dramatic interpretation of what O '

the organizations stands for and' 'j 'rf" _

made: a membership appeal She '"

spoke in the interest of members, ": ,
I present and absent and gave donations ,;;.I" .,, .4

for several absent menvbers .0' ,
I All of the money raised was: I '
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left with the church, but each I. .... ,.
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latex ,\ 'f.' .""' -"S1
church will be called upon r. K

S j to help this organization with. .... .. .....,,
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past has been "Lincoln-Douglas I'

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,true spirit of Christmas fill the hearts of men everywhere IT PAYS TO ', : ,

Trade with SLADE .' .


"Pappy" Raulston and Staff : tt '" ,C.1' ., LONG BRIDGE: PACKAGE STORE .,


Bottled GasIn ,
:STARKE RECAP CO. : !, ( City) o ..:''. 11 Miles \fest of Starke on Route 100, Enroate! to Lake Butler : "

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We Carry a Full Line of Pennslyvqnia Tires I $6.50
Owned And Operated<< By FranS; Laf fanF

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No Gas Cost Less .: '
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We Will Be Closed From .December 24th To January 3 .0'0 O. 0 0. '.. .
I I. Than "Slade Gas" M :\

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THCRSD.rr DEC. K, I960 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDALAWTEY 'AG vth'rtnrt.iriy

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1 ,vml the weekend. Jeff b spending the'' week with his grandparents, Mr. this hunt? i I I".,.........,.....:.!;,...: :)eyed the visit recently of : $we !Baptist Churcft.: Meeting foBSwed by
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week with his grandparents and and Mrs. Edward Norman. :Well, we know again how to I nieces, Mrs. Ray Vernon'and Mrs I' of cnr prac

other members of the family. We are sony to report that appreciate. good neighbors Susie r THERESSA :A..D. Barber, of South_"Miami. Following' is a schedule tice. Eteryons is inv.led tb time
Eugene Barnes is in the BradfordCounty j i i church services: i;And worship wi Ji
Mrs. Charles 'Shuor:11eft: Monday Padgett has been on the sick list I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Phillips Sr. us.
By Enza BlanchardThe I Iy afternoon for Cullen Va. Hospital, but glad to for sometime and Mrs.' Cattle 1 By Ruth Griffis I I :and son. Bill are enjoying the, ID a. in. BurLday
where she will spend: Christmas know he is getting along well 'g6es almost every day to see how ; {J holidays with relatives in Miami.. .Bradley superintendent. engaged in
church
{I I are busily
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.1 with Mr. and Mrs. Luther Thorpe after undergoing surgery last I Susie ism and to see if there is I AAAaiaAaAAgAALAAAAAAi, : 1: jl t a. in. ., Song service andmorning
Mr. and. Mrs. 'R. C. Dampierand learning parts for the Christmas
Lawtey PTA 'met In the! and Brenda. I Thursday. anything she can :do to help her. ,, J1.trs message. j I
Mr. .
I anrf E. S. Sibiey recently : son. Billy, and Miss Dolores. Comniunlty an1
the
Mrs. Woodrow Thomas of at
program
cafeteria We do have wonderful
school neighborshere '
I Tuesday night, The Harley family enjoyedChristmas visited her brother-in-law' I Cloversettle' were visiting Mr. 6:30 p. m. Training, Union, !
Dec. 13., with the president Mrs. ; j Brooker was visiting Mr. and Mrs. al Clay Hill. True, they ter Friday faight.. The prtgraii ,
,dinner last Sunday I''E. tod sister, Mr and Mrs:,'J, H. :Damhier's brother .and sister-in- I Percy Sullivan director I
R. E. Lee, presiding. During the with Mrs. A. H. C. Lewis and family last Saturday aren't the richest people .Unworldly Mayo :} will start at t p. m. Everyone. ... is ..
Harley and Sum- !
t i' m Ray City, Ga. We regret :law. Mr. and Mrs Parker Dampier 7:30..: p. m- Evening Worship.. "
business session it, was unanimously -, ter. It is traditional of the family I'I riches that Isl, but they ih ,wr 'that Mrs. Mayo suffered and: family at Ponte Vedra Beach \ 0 : = !I invited.Edward's \ .
,agreed that the PTA Miss Nancy Manni is spendingthe sure do stand bY'one in sickness Wednesday,:7:30: p. m. Prayer
to have their dinner the Sunday:: a heart attack and wish her a :last Sunday.Mr. .
week in Gainesville with ...... .._ .
should and Lord'bleSs '
help pay for the trouble. May th--. -- -- '
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before Christmas. Those enjoying ; speedy recovery- iMr. -- -
and Mrs. R. G Zeigler and -\tl
i friends while she is working .
Juice dispenser that the school is this occasion included Mr. and :' : ; i each and everyone. .t .- '
and Mrs. M. Z. Sullivan are' grandson Randy, visited his sis'ters -
there during the Christmas vaca- I
buying and $50 was donated for Clay Hill School had its Christmas .'
Mrs. Nelson Blocker and
t this sons. tion. spending the holiday season* with Mrs. R. C.Dampier and Mrs.I
puipase. last Friday morning I
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I and Mrs. William Blocker of Lake
t I J. D. Griffis, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norman their. daughters and their families I Ii
Trooper Jansen of the Jacksonville City Mrs. Mattie Miley of Jack- and all of the children enjoyed j i I I
I Highway Patrol Safety Division : sonville Beach. Mr. and Mrs. S., and granddaughter, Carolyn the program and treats. f i in Miami. Claude Searle of St. Petersburg : '
fine ': Jones, visited Mr. and Mrs. Dick Our Charles Fields, and spent the weekend with Mrs: I
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gave a on high- C. Harley and Mrs. Shirley Gas- I son. i Mrs. Alice M: Jones is spending '
way safety, urging that all driversbe Raulerson and Mrs. Rachel Green his family returned from overseas -I I :Searle and daughter, Jan. 1 riA1
kins and daughters of Heilbronn : the holidays with relatives in Ml- 1 ,
especially careful during the Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Harley and i at Brooker Sunday evening. I last eek. Needless to say, .' Mrs. W. W, Packham has returned .- ._, .j
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t could be avoided by more, Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Richard: little daughter, Darlene, were 'ee them. Hadn't seen Charles for bars Jessie, Newell is the'liolidayA. I' I children, Jacksonville.Rev. .: I A .

concentration n on. the part of. drii i Chesser of Starke, Mr. and Mrs.S. .i i visiting in Lake Butler l last Sun more than six years, and Dottie guest of her niece in Jacksonville.: i M. L.: Packham has. ac- 1 :
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question and answer period. i and I the children not at all.So! we I '
I Mr. and Mrs H. C. Harley ..
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Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Turner family, Mrs. Mae Wells. Miss ,I leave you to ue your Imaginationas 1 ,. .

were" visiting their son and ,i i Jackie Bales Miss Joann Rafuse, to how we feel. : 1 j I II II I
daughter-in-law:- in 'J Jacksonville i Rev. Troy Wakefield. and Mrs. HIU We have teen to see. Jim twice'! jI I I I,

during the week They were called i Edwin Padgett. Others called during in the last week. He is failing'very 1 1s

there due to the Illness of their ',' : the afternoon. Ry Mn. J, I.. Strickland fast in health, and Is very weak II
little granddaughter, 1 1foIrs. Maaa&aasaaaaaaaa.aatia** at this time. Seems to have lost i .5i
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Bryant .spen4 the week 1..rrn.. ..TTT..T.T.TTT all. interest in life. We wish this It, I
with Mr. and Mrs.; Jack Pons and I We are sorry to learn of Rosje\ report could be different, and:! will t

I family in Tallahassee. I I Padgett being so sick with tonsil- continue to hope for the best. I i I to
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I I children o( Jacksonville spent I learn that Lola Lang Fred: Lang's ... T .... T TTY; ..' I
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I Mrs. Bill Torode and son,. Jeff, and Mrs. Thurman Jonesof !are both improved by now. I
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of Gainesville visited her parents. Lady Lake came Sunday to I Mr. and Mrs. Albert Knight .:!.1 I, IJ J

) Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Moore over bring their son, Julius, to spend a'I i{spent Sunday with the Yougan [By Geraldine Fender] Ii i May happiness bo"withI

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I Ceif Godwin of MaxnUe was iI rou pndrours
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I i Mrs. Willie Padgett. Rev. W. E. Hall visited Sunday Mrs. Chnslmoshrti' ...end .

:I 1 7Iie I I Mr. Arterges of Jacksonville Hall in Hilliard last ,week. We I{! throughout': Ih. COllling Us _
'came ta the Clay Hill section to hope that she will have 'a speedy I .New

1111 _. "el [ hunt turkeys. He got Yougan recovery from her illness. I! : .. Yeod.I '
Padgett to go as his guide, but Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Conner :

7 .6{$ .JC I instead of finding the turkeys and: and Yvonne went shopping in ; ?,1 ,, : -

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, I fl tles. We wonder if this didn't endWr visited Mr. and Mrs..J... J. Fender ..;.':. ..

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Fenders Sunday afternoon.Mr. ,'Sam Rosenbergand : Grocery and MarketJM8E t

f; .i and Mrs.. H. H. Lewis spent Credit Bureau i I I : .. Son. ., .,. I ,

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I Ii I i I dren of' Brooker'visited Mr. and {j '. L

!i J I Mrs. H. H. Lewis last Sunday. .. ..Moo 0
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I .... and Linda, Mr. and Mrs.' R. L + ; ; ,
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an |family of Providence.Mr. love to
whomever
Methodist Church or whatever us, as we worship the new born
to all. and Mrs. Bobby White and touches our lives. So come join I
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!liEILBRONNBy Sunday evening guests of Mr. children of Brooksville are expected Schedule for week of Dec. 25: i J "We eliminate the nu dleman's profit
and Mrs. Frank Norman'and I .
son
to be with their parents,. Saviour"I
Sunday -- Roll call of classesfor : I
Bin.-Harvey McCarthy Ray, were their son and daughter- Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Norman and I Church School, 10:15: a. m, One QIW1 '
in-law Mr.-.and Mrs Clinton Nor Mr. and Mrs. J. B. White, for the Morning Worship, 10:30: a. m.I : I F R E E roUt EAch.
till I&&&& & &. man of Jacksonville. holidays. I'Please note change in time schedule or Gallon ODe bu1- ,

Howdy folks, very glad to see. Miss Judy Morgan visited from Mr.. and Mrs. 1+ C. Sapp and I for Christmas Day* Snack < t I 100 1o

all of our good friends and neighbors : Sunday evening till Tuesday sons Glenn and Richard, visited I Supper for MYF 6 p. m. Youth II Prices Start: at $2 qt. $5.98 GaLCOLEMAN'S
evening with her brother-in-law
at Heilbronn Sunday with Mr Sapp's parents,
Church Tuesday I meetings. 6:30 p. m. Youth Choir I
evening for our Christmas, and sister Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Sapp bf Jacksonville rehearsal 7 p. m. Evening War ,i

program.. May I take this opportunity : Chambers of Jacksonville. ship 7:30 p. m. A nursery is pro r I .. MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
as author and director to Mrs. Lois Cox's son-in-law and Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. vided at both services each Sun tr tt .
thank each of you for jour fine, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Earl Norman Frank Norman Tuesday and Wednesday day. r r r 501 N. Y. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588

performance. I would like to acknowledge and Mrs. Cox's son Pearson of last week were their' Tuesday Cub Scout pack% r r 0
each of you personallyfor all of Gainesville, arrived Wed- son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and .tt
your time and the many articles I nesday of this week for the Mrs. Lamar Reddish and doughI m.meets in Fellowship Hall 7:30: p. 1 ,

of clothing and furrniturethat I Christmas holidays. ter, Karen of Eustis. f lr I
Sorry to report that little Richard j I Wednesday Prayer Meeting
made the program realistic Pvt. Glen Moore of Fort Jack
and successful. However, our col I Brookins, son or Mr. and Mrs. son, S. C. arrived Tuesday mornI and Bible Study, 7:30: p. m. y GULF SERVICE

umn space is limited and I will I Rex Brookins, has the measles. ing to be with his parents, Mr. Thursday Prayer Group v

not be able to express my appreciation Richard a talented singer, was and Mrs. Cornelious Moore and meets in Fellowship Hall, 9:30: a. 263 N. TEMPLE PII. WO 4-6001
to you individually. Mere scheduled to sing for the Christmas family and his many friends for m. Chancel Choir rehearsal, 7:30:

words cannot describe how wonderful program but was unable to the holidays. P-.m. .

all of you are. I dQ so. We hope he will be feeling Speaking of friends and the UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTJESSE
' The New River Associational better before Christmas. holidays, may I, in closing, wish AND A VERY

Carol Sing was held at Hellbror.nChurch Harvey's brother-in-law, John each of you a very Merry Christmas Christmas Eve ServiceAt .: B. COLEMAN I

Sunday afternoon an Stillwell of Pernandina Beach, filled with the blessings of St. Mark's JOYOUSNEW

event that was thoroughly enjoyed visited in our home last week. our Lord and Saviour, Jesus i< Assisted by Ken Coleman & Ed Griffis
by all.Don't Pvt. James Cowart of Fort Christ. I A cordial Invitation is extended YEAR! ,

forget the New Year'Eve Jackson."[ S. C. arrived home Tues- | to the public to join in the an- ? I I
program at Heilbronn' Church I day to spend the holidays: with I nual Christmas Eve Service to beheld I I FREE GREASE JOB
with singing, special speakers and'I his parents Mr. and Mrs. Floyd \t Thp 'A Prnitrl. i( in St. Mark's Episcopal ,:. :

refreshments. AH Churches are j'I'' Cowart and family and his many A Christmas delivered .|Church at 11:30 p. m. Saturday. .- I I WITH EACH OIL CHANGE:
was
invited: to attend and await the friends. message Dec. 24, There will.be a carol ser Jerome Johns Oil Co.
coming new year. I My mother, Mrs. Maude ] Sunday morning at the'I vice and a ,celebration of the Gib Brown

The porch and steeple being I will spend Christmas day \\ Mott\\Oosnel Tabernacle by Rev. WalterZvoda Holy Communion and sermon by GOOD GULF GASOLINE and OII.TIRESTUBESBATTERIES .
constructed on Heilbronn Church mother, Mrs. J. M. Fralick and II I of Asheville N. C., who is the rector. Service Station Your Friendly
I spending a few days in Starke
I In announcing; the service: Rev Phillips 66 Jobber I
enroute to St. Petersburg, where .
R. E. MacBlain said: "This is th I.I I I .
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year: when carols fill thf-
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People are smiling ,and warm
I the winter season .
II greetings are on their lips. Homes
.. '. I In the evening the sponsor gavean burn right with Christmas lights

', .- 1.h :-., illustrated message on the and: love of neighbor seems to a-. f % ;

... ,_. .: Four Gospels.In h'+und on everY side. Christmas is f
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}{ the absence of Mrs. FlorenceHippie Indeed a season of wonder. But

-. who is in Jacksonvillewith the great and mighty! wonder is x
it that of God. in His immense :
love : 'a
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Mrs. a patient in St. ,
l for us, sent His son that we might ,
Vincent's Hospital, Mr. Quigleytaught
have love,
i health wholeness and
f the children's class; presenting joy through Him. The only wor e

I a chalk ,talk' on the Conies I thy response to this gigantic concern 'A

and their life among the : beyond the praise and glory
I locks. we proclaim is our return to the
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