Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03565
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 5, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03565
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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In One Big WeekConner/ ,

Now Ag Chief f; ,

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+h'i Rates US Jaycees Top 10 cr 4.rx .

Doyle Conner, .32-year-oId Bradford County native who days .of FFA work that Conner

has set political records since the age of 21, realized Tues- first developed an'ambition to become = .

da;' his life-long ambition to become Florida's Comraission- Commissioner of Agriculture.He *

i e'. of Agri.ulture. TWO days later he was named one of the took a degree in agriculturefrom : i : i -'

nation's Ten Outstanding Men of the University of Florida in ,
Young 1960 by the U. S. ; -
preparation for the career he
Junior Chamber of Commerce.His .
sought.:He has said that he has no J .
selection for the coveted '
t tI ambition to seek a higher office.
national honor coming just 48 Conner went into defense work
Conner is married to the former
hours after he took the oath of during World War H..
Johnnie (Kitten] Bennett of Mart- q
office in Tallahassee made him During his senior year of high b
anna and Starke. They have two
the fourth successive Floridian to school, he was named Outstanding

Doyle Conner, Florida' new Commissioner of Agriculture, is-"a J- leceive the award in three years. I Youth of America by the Outdoor I children, with a third expectedin

ministered: the'oath of office in Tallahassee Tuesday by Chief:.Justice The famed "Jayson" trophy will I 1 Writer's,, Association' and was March. The family now, residesin
a recently purchased home in | IL- .
K. 1C Roberta be presented: to Conner and: the! picked as National President of Ei nv ;
Tallahassee, but Conner still jA
Below: Conner and wife, "Kitten." and ,their children ride to reviewing other nine tapped for the honorat i Future Farmers" of America after maintains s his insurance agency }f'
Awards in heading up his., local chapt as ,
a national Congress
stand to Florida : in St rte. i
prior parade. ( Highway Patrol photo by II -t
well as the state organization. .
Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 1:-14.
Red Kerre). Conner was nominated for the In 1960 he. :Was named one of

, .- award by Dr. Harry Prystowsky Florida's Five Outstanding: Young School Attendance ;!
Men Stab ... .. .
F head professor of obstetrics and by the Jaycees, the --" -"-" "" ->'< "- ---- -- -- .
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gynecology at the University of youngest ever to receive this hon- ''I
Bradford County berries and riculture Doyle Conner, featureda ther
or in the history of the award.It .
Florida College of Medicine and 4 Per
Cent beauties
td' was during his hign'school Up ; were well represented in giant Florida 90 strawberry in From left they are: Barbara .
one of last year's Jason winners. Tallahassee
I in the luscious
Tuesday inaugural red, mounted on a blue[Bates, Mary Agnes Matthews,
Tallahassee Jaycees were co-nomi- Growers To I parade honoring Florida's platform with white trim. Flora Slade, Nancy Bates, Mary

nators. Try Could Co Higher I new Govenor Farris Bryant of Seven Starke co-eds, all stud- Katherine Wainwright Brenda

When Conner Tuesday becamethe .; Ocala. ents at FSU, rode on the float Lewis, and Linda Sale. (Florida,.:
r'I Tobacco '
: Plastic
youngest member ever to sit Attendance at Bradford The county's beautiful float, also l- wearing white formals-and fur Highway Patrol photo by Red
.In, the Florida cabinet it was the School is up four per cent over ,' honoring Commissioner of AgWithin stolles.. due to uncooperative wea- Kerce
third record 'he had broken in
At l two
hast Bradford County
: last year Dean of
t3a Florida Students Ray _....
politics. He was also the growers 'will be --

t: youngest: member to serve in the plastic fUm covers experimentingwith for their could Reddish improved reported even this more week,with but''

K Legislature and the youngest to' tobacco seed 'beds this year. Instead the cooperation of the 1
be elected Speaker of the House, .of using the traditional icy t

l at 28. He was first elected to the cheesecloth'Covering.I f L
Reddish stated"that '
poor attendance 'AI T S I
House while still student at, ; Y y
a Leslie Whitehead and
4 Calvin
I last cost the
year school
the of Florida.
ar University his'first | Ward'Ve. cpnverting. to plastic on approximately $10,000 or two and'i
; : Since election in 1951 the basic( recommendations from one-half teaching units. The Increase -
zT Conner's name has been synono- the Florida Agricultural ExtensionS
in attendance thl "
: year
r i mous with major legislation. Witha 'rvi
where experiments
over will mean at least two additional
J lifelong background in agricul-, the ast'three have Indicated S
r". teachers needed to alleviate rir
".""_' '("J';,;"i\r.},: ture, his first real test in the field : that 'plastic'film covers are conditions caused by overcrowded poor- }
when management of the '
came -
equal'or cheesecloth
superior to
._ family farm was left to him as a in the production of tobacco
- I The school'receives froin I
money 4
teen-ager when his father, Leon seedlings. .
the state based on Its average
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Aged Man found I Residents.Pay : beds.oveied 'with'plastic film -had Thus;iondition! ;.are crowded this! ,:
tf ...go..ttb since .p-'I----:_ : w j i
-i ,, : year attendance has Improved
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Near Exhaustion 1 1 ew l Needed For InstallationOf ing, 'while. the ranged from has hot 1ner ased.-

Far From HomeEd 1I I I covered 75 to '100 beds.days for cheesecloth-'this The year's dean.attendance of students drive called"ef ______ ,

Sewer Lines: Councilman Johns Beds are. prepared in the same fective" but added that this effectiveness .. .' -- <-"-- '-:> -- -, --'---. ,- .

Smith, aged Negro resident .. manner when plastic is used, ex- is limited since he has Bradford Sheriffs : Passes Reviewing -S ta-nd" 'r--- ii
cept that more attention shouldbe
of Smith Lake was found in an no power to force students to attend -

exhausted condition in a road "We definitely need anew policy Chairman J. D. Doyle, con-: given to the construction of school. Thus the present pro .

near White Sand Lake about 10 for putting down sewer lines," curred in saying the city could frames for holding the plastic gram only affects those students I.60, Days I j Brooker P.O.Dedicated '

miles from his home at 2:05: p.1 I was the opinion' stated by Mrs. not at the present time, afford to securely. who were skipping but just not ,

m. Wednesday after being missing i:Ruby Johns at the first post-holi- install the expensive line. Mrs. Cost of the plastic. is approxi getting caught. Chronic skippers .

for more than 24 hours ;day meeting of the City Council Johns and Mayor W. T. Jackson mately the same as cheesecloth whose parents dont make them New Board Asks To !

Smith, whose age is estimated I'j.:Tuesday night.' I however, s suggested' that the council' but plastic, with proper care, can attend school still cannot be con- .c:; -.- '
.SKldte he'wished to buy be used for three or four years, i- End Old Year
rolled,-he said. .
at from 90 to 100 years sometimes Mrs. Johns made the statement
the pipe-'for the city to install while cheesecloth is good for only attend-
becomes confused in mind and I:during a discussion concerningthe' Under this year's new
apparently wandered away from I installation of a sewer line to since he would have to pay for aseptic one season. other'advantages reported ance program students who are Morgan To Move The Brooker community closed
tank in lieu of the for plastic Include: a higher \
school must present
anyway absent from
his home, unnoted by the family, :Jack Kite's new pulpwood yard I. out the old year on a note of progress
before breakfast Tuesday. He look 1 I office on Edwards Road south of I j' city sewer. percentage of seed germination written excuses to an attendance I by dedicating its new post

his shotgun with him, but no !!Starke in front of the Slade Gas;I Mrs. Johns has stated in pre- healthier plants shorter counselor' the next day He then The new County Commission, ment that neither he nor the )ffice building, in ceremonies held

shells. 'i Company warehouse. -elaying vious meetings that it is the prac- growing period from seeding to receives a white or "excused" sliPif meeting for the first time in the School Board was contacted by last Friday afternoon.

a request, for the.line to the coun- j I residentsto transplanting and greater resistance his excuse is valid or a yellowor new year, started things off witha members of the new comfission '
An intensive search, with vari- tice in other cities for to blue mold. "unexcused" slip if the excuseis before the request was made. Postmaster' W. H. Hicks referred ;
ous parties at times comprising]cil. Light Plant SuperintendentRiley for bang by tabling plans for a new to the new structure a"
to of
pay sewer lines crossing Due higher percentage not valid. A yellow slip means !Morgan: also stated that he as
from 75 to 100 people was conducted I WasJin: stated that approximately their In courthouse and requesting the much needed facility, and Brooker
property. fact the lady germination it is reported that that three points will be taken off would be forced to "move out of
in the area by personnel 200 feet of pipe wouldbe councilman stated, Starke is one considerably less seed is needed the student's six weeks grade in School Board to move front part the courthouse entirely"! if he Mayor M. O. Harrell said the new' r.-!

from the Clay County Sheriff's:' sive required cast over half of it expen-. of the few towns which still pays when plastic covers are used. each course in which he is en- of its present quarters to make had to move out of the room. post office symbolized progress In't: '
Civil Defense unit, iron. the community.. .
Department for all sewer lines it installs. That Many Bradford growers are now rolled. room to expand the Remaining space would be entirely I -.
Keystone Heights! Fire# Department I. All three members of the council practice says Mrs. Johns, is de- fumigating their soil in prepara- But whether the slip ,is yellow too cramped, he 'said, and The mayor speaking to around ;

and: Civil Air P.itrol.: CAP I present Mrs. Johns, Carl Hurst [Continued on Page 8] tion for planting seed. or white the student must have office.A would afford no privacy at all 50 persons gathered for the dedication .. j.

provided a plane for aeiaj| search. .... ----a--- it signed by 'the instructor of l letter, to that effect signedby for persons wanting to see the program I1.ste4.other progress -
Smith was discovered eying in Civil i. returnit 'the Commission's, new chair- in Brooker during the
Defense .. T1T1 each 'of Its classes and then superintendent year,
the road by Ronald: ,Coleman, an :' counselor the man, Carl Prevatt, -Was handed, including construction of several
attendance move
to ;the A to the USO Building, on
of Electric Cooperative to County School Superintendent
employe Clay new homes and the
Failure to car- prospect of
morning. .
who immediately notified I[ following" Harmon. P. Morgan .by Circuit Temple Avenue in front of the $7,000,000 hydro-carbon
Work% out any part of theprocedurewill high! school, would be extraction .
ry expensive
CD headquarters in 'Keystone. )!! Begun By Court Clerk, Charles Darby Wed-, plant being built in the
also'result in a yellow slip. Moran said, since his offices require area
The Negro was picked Up soon : nesday morning. It read, "reaU- during 1961 by the Houston Cor-
enables -
'' ,,.. The program says vaults in which to
afterward apparently Jn goodphysical : ::;.',:,,:.i>;''" school officials to keep trackof zing 4 that Bradford County is in j I private keep poration and Sun Oil Company.
'C : records. Besides
New Directori '", :cL', no financial condition to either
condition, owisMering "
', I \ :'.?' "iy aD the school's students but I I t the ,1 usa is full now. James Qulncey of Gainesville,
his exposure toa night of freezing ;:. buUa., new courthouse or renovate -
chronic skippers r representing
it do s'not bring I Florida law requires that the Congressman D. R. ,
He complained only the old one,and also realizingthat i i
temperature. ..
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: worst punish Matthews congratulated the
school The
"'" baCk,.to County Commission peo.
of being hungry and! was attempting 1 i I many major task? Confronting : !.c"" ; the office of the county supply space '
: ment! which school officials may in'the'county\ seat for the School pIe of Brooker on the new faci .
to eat oak leaves when:I her. Bradford County's :: impose on a student is an occasional judge, is very ,cramped for space, Board, but also states if that lity. .
I the Board
rescued. I newly appointed Civil Defense ft 'paddling, failing grades, : respectfully requests is not .
1.a : that 'you vacate the. scum room apace adequate the Board I Congratulations were also offered

Smith owns considerate-' pro- ;.j!Director MrsC.. L. Scholl. or ft 1Q day suspension- from of your offices ,within period of may' more to its. own quarters.The by Royal O. Womble.ficld services -

perty in ,the Smith Lake( area i I pictured above hard at work is school. 60' days." commissioners agreed to officer for the Post Office

where he has lived l at least half a i I striking out with a heavy hand. .d Students who don't care if attend they The south room, of the School change .! elr meeting scheduleto Department Jacksonville. K
century and, perhaps all his; life. make! passing grades or the, first Tuesday of each Special guest Introduced by
He could give{ no coheres> explanation -.i Appointed as recently as Dec. school, Reddish stressed, still can- Board; offices is located, next 'toCounty I.l,month/.sQ that .the' School Board ] Postmaster Hicks' and Gainesville A
upon the resignation o' former Judge .T. A. Yawn's office r
15. school.
of why he left his home.; not be forced to attend i could meet in the courtroom, if i Postmaster: Jess Davis; who served -
Director R. H. The request for. part of the J j-
I McIntire Mrs. the dean : "
a'case in point, 'Morgan -
As 'to the
or how he happened gander agrees as master of ceremonies, included
Scholl]] is School.Board'. office
already working on a cent of the space isan I
miles When .. stated, 40.6 per i'comirussioners were meeting the B who
some ten away. I 1961 Operational effort-by the.new CommissiontoIput. ; : T. Pinholster s
sound, he had lost his sh'lttun. Survival Plan school's absences come from the I first: Monday of each month in ved as Brooker postmaster rein r =
jan educational >E' off the costly 'project of'a]
Civil 70
t program on high school. About percent the courtroom. .
Junior 1933 .195.1 State Sen tor.Char-
Defense. ,' courthouse and at she same ; ,
and a Civil Defense he said new ,
I .. bf those absences, Woinan Vice Chairman 'E. Johns and'State Representative '
I .. ; ley : .
BasketballLeague Committee to include a member '17 chronic time alleviate its w rst'space':!.
from each \ .. ., come from a group of Mrs;. Jessie Chastain, the sole: A. J.. Thomas Jnr'G. E.
civic group in the ., skippers. One student. Reddish problem. i I remaining 'member : who Construct?
county. 20 of An architect, hired: by the outgoing j of the outgoIng Green of Brooker
The Operational Survival Plan -- cited, .has been present-only Commission had recommended -j ,.Commission, was named vice, ed the new building; ,and Mrs. .

includes outlines for a Civil Defense committee will meet twice during of the BHS 'Parent' Teacher's Association the 79 school program days." this Reddish year.. reported construction of a new i chairman. Other new memers Man Wiggins and Mrs. Lorie a
MeetingGHS "This taking- office RU3eett Tpmlinson, former postmaster of -
council Mrs. Scholl said each year.at which time the com- and 'vice president and "Cannot be completely! effective courthouse after making,, a study: Monday were
Green' Jr., succeeded M. Brooker, office; .
who. the
composed of county officials. It munity, plan for emergency action president of the Starke Woman's of to determine if needed space could. :
GYM also includes plans for welfare will be discussed and informationon Club. community"wittiput'theTcooperation be provided by a renovation of, O. Harrell, .and Hogan Smith, Rev; L. L. Parker led the singing .

Wed..,, Jan. if supply etc.. in case of any emer- new developments and pro- She also served as Bradford the present facilities. i who outgoing succeeded' H. A. Bishop the of the national anthem, and

gency including enemy attack.An gress in Civil Defense would be County. Heart Fund Chairman;for Morgan To Wait ;, 'chairman. Rev. James Temple gave the in.

8:30 P.M. educational program is alsoa provided. four years and at present is a trifle .City>< Cage League Superintendent Morgan stated! Also t&kmgoffice Monday was vocation. The benediction was

very*important item on the a- This information would be reported leader of, the ;,First ;Met ocUst: Being Formed Now' Wednesday afternoon that hi i Mrs: >E. L. Crawford who was t pronounced by BeT Joe-Roop.

All Players t genda.the, busy lady states.. Mrs. to the representative's respective Church.. Mrs. Scholl also paints "didn't know if he would take i elected in a special November Concluding the dedication

Scholl 'hopes hi the near future organizations and through and several years ago conductedan Everyone 1 1tere t d''in 'playing any action"'on the request for his II primary to succeed her late hus activities ,a fish ,try'wU held at

And Sponsors Attend to have classes offered in first aid the members'to their families and "Art For ,Pun, program for in the City ,BaSlu tba1l'"League ouster. He expressed disappolnt- ,band. She was appointed by the the community center. <

-- and survival measures. Civil Defense neighbors so that everyone will .the youth of the community. should' .meet at the, ,high' school governor! to serve the remainder .(

This Space Contributed : she says, is something that eventually be informed.! Mrs:, Scholl states that many volunteers gym at ,8:30 p. ,m. Wednesday, Baptist lor To 11 or, 1960, .
Booster Club
Weekly to Publicize people can do largely, for themselves 'Mrs. Scholl moved'' to Starke are needed to help carryout Jan. it This will be ,the lastmaeuug' Conduct ,TV Program Frank Landrum was reappointed M

Community Events by < 'with assistance in planningand with her husband and three the Civil Defense program : to be heM, HO everyone I attorney for the board To Meet Thursday

guidance daughters, 10 year ago from Harrisburg the largest project she has under- t is urged to.be present.; whetheror Rev. Leo A. Hebert, pastor of! and R. E. Jones was renamed

THE COMMUNITY Plans are already in progress Pennsylvania, bringing taken since coming to Starke. not, a in mbe"i(of :a' team ( the First Baptist Church, will conduct i ,road,superintendent. The Booster Club ,;..m'meet tonight -

the new director states, for the with: her a background of partici- Anyone can volunteer to serve 'on present.. the television_program '"'LiV1.Ing In other business the board Thursday) at 7:20: in the

STATE BANKOF forming of a Civil Defense Committee pation in many civic, activities. the program, Mrs. Scholl states, Contact the Recreation Department !t Words" on 'WFG -TV, Mon'. voted to advertise for gasoline! High School Cafeteria,' Plans will

which will include a rep- Her resolution "not to get involved by ,,sending his name"and address at* WOI 'lit1 .any afternoon -,., day through Friday next week: bids; asking the successful bidder be made at this time for'the an- ....

STARKB resentative from each organizedcivic I again" was soon forgotten as I to Bradford County. Civil,Defense,. between, 2 .and. '5:30;: p. m. j. The 'five-minUtev:. program...comes' 'to, provide a storage tank nual football banquet,. be held

group in the -county. The_ she,served as ,,secretary-treasurer: Box 1001, .Starke -' ,lor further, information; t on at. 6:39: a.. m. ',and electric computer' pump Jan.. 19.. -

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.. PAGE r'TWO BRADFORD..COUNTY--- rheaea. $gTARKT!, ,f'URm.\ ,.1.''u.nensn.e... &1 BA. .U. t,!"' .O'...'' --s*,met...-
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editorials I
i II The size of this year's greens

farmer's DiarY. acreage has been source of a-
v :maze ,t and satisfaction to .

.- \ Hag ms. 'fie said! that ,
one grower
:11i antf filrb I!i By Safe McGirriy' t alone half: around 20 acres 'hi F,

: i greens, and that many 'others z :
1 ,!j loaded with bright ,red berries., showing' keen interest in this almost yh
1 '. '. ir'
I "weathtr-proof". :crop. J cr'4..j. .
1 I Enjoyed a visit by Mrs. Mary At present, most Bradford ..t '

1 Reddish of Lawtey, who at 84, I growers .carry their greens to ___
I remembers a lot about the early Jacksonville
1 i I I for marketing and
1. I. II days in this country. For one 'distribution. elsewhere. But. the x .a '?

I I thing she told how, when die was County Agent said, with

I only 15 months old the home ance of sufficient labor to assur-I

ss, Comes now a brand I of her parents [Hicks!;; located at .crop "pulled", Bradford! growers it.j

new year a place called Trail Ridge in.Baker may eventually .,_ .
expand this .
and 'let us hope that the tanners op- p: ; ,.
and stockmen In the county will County, was blown down in. a i
violent windstorm.
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ii. have favorable weather, good S. i ; t
tablished. ,
crops, animals, and good prices at
j. -- the market And about how she. while.. livingat \ Confident that the troublesome

I the homestead near Water labor problem is aboutto be.solved ,> .
: I Oak, built a "settee' out of odd + t 1,
i For one thing, the berries are pieces of lumber and cushions at long! |ast, Huggins" predicts: .

i I coming along fine, although a made of crocus sacks stuffed with ''We're on the threshold of doing

II.-. couple of soaking rains would hay. She laughed in telling 'about .some rtaj! ,farming. j&ain in Bradford -
But the cold 'has1 .
help. weather
I.I it. and went on .to explain 'thai Count{." *.t j
held the crop back and if it continues .
a back in the early days' there wasn't .
for a while the plants will
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much money ,and a person 'VlG
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in during
come production the
1 made his own things or did 'with BAPTIST COTRCU. I
market season. ,

1. out. Sunday School n:45:: a. m. ,, ,-- -- .. -'- : -, .. ---.' -- -- .- ,-- -, .- .' -... -h't-

The cows that have good green She told how Grandma Reddish Wpminf "Worship li 'a. m. and ;c ,. td 0

L __ __ I:temporary grazing, furnished by used to tell her about the still .TSO Wednesday: p; ra. Prayer )Meeting each Another View of Bradford Cquivty Float. In Iii&ugura, ] ParadeIHE .
oats or rye'areglvingthe: Stuff! earlier 7:80 p. m. Rev. .
days when used to
: fOR YOUR PfiOTECm EEMEM3IE; I la fit during this cold weather;:: work hard all day and then think\ George CMun putor. 1Vt 1wl1com" .
when the native pastures are
nothing of getting dressed-up'and I' .
: Tan dan fro W ( 1-- brown. The range cows find a .it >- .. ti ;
gifts itriifffsRefttt e Mll riding a horse 10 miles to go to-ft c; : : :
surprising amount of feed in this ,...... I':' : .. { i" ) _J l : : : : '=_ 2a' :::
: rides offered( by strqers vat ir weather in the bays and swamps.. frolic. Grandma Reddish Who' I '
was a Crosby] was the mother of

.S. :': '1. ..... '. ," .fwaM alrer.. a One new thing Secretary to e.look of forward'Agriculture.to is. Bill and Jeff Reddish.. CHURCH FOR ALL .. ALL! FOR THE CHURCH

At the
frolics sometimes while
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We have always felt that Mr., .
: For Parents---And Children Benson was a sincere man, but.that a man played the fiddle another &) :

was small consolation when beat time on the strings with -A .

Editorials written* for the mature readers every move made by his administration short piece of dried sedge grasp.; 1 ". ,
: are usually more
Some of the tunes Were" "Old ,JJri- \ II ,
: was for the benefit of the "
: -but this one is for boys and girls, as well as their par cle Jeff" '"Shoo Darling" 'and 1 : .
big growers, and the little farm .
ents. '
one which contained the wards. "
ers were advised to quit and get \1"
: If you never read an editorial to your child before, don't jobs in the city. "If You Can't Smell ,That. You I .

: lay the paper down until you read tiiis one to him-or her. 55 i, Can't Smell'Not h1J'. .I t,I.. .,. ,,. I iI : :t ,jAiR1L .. ,, I.' .pd ,

Let him color the picture, and memorize the rules. Tobacco and pepper seedbedsare I .,'t: .r l, ., ,

: Early in December, J. Edgar Hoover, Director of the planted, and the long season From what weave learned' ..peo, i r .,'',' : I .
Federal foe the leaf which ends pIe back !in th'e'oId; day ''worked ',' ,
: Bureau 'of Investigation, issued a statement in connection growers .. 'i I .
i with the growing menace of child molesters. His at market time is now underway.One hard but when' they had d a 1"" ., 'f. : .

: comments were designed to shock parents into an acute thing about raising thai golden chance, and a 1rQIic"was1.t14'. ; ..c,,.'). ..
tobacco it is they had a "Wonderfu11lme. ,
brown nearly
: awareness of this threat to the happiness of American :" j.
many .:. .
worth its weight in gold these
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homes. He said '
: days. The shoulders of the county ;

: "One of the most horrible offenses in the sordid historyof roads are cluttered up) now 'With I ..' .' ,

e crime is the brutal sexual attack on the body of a small During the holiday season we robins and we can't figure V6u : ''... . .

: innocent child. The threat of the molester hangs over each looked around in tEe woods for if they are late going south -or ., '
,: and every community in our country. Swift and decisive some "Sennia"! or Christmas ber- early going north. We just hope .1 .: gLs :

'11I action is necessary to assure that these human vultureswho sies and could find only a"'few.'It t they don't find our tiny berry: I : I ______

looked like the birds had. been patch. It's so small we doubt that, 'S .
: prey on children will be removed from our society. flT'i.
there ahead of us, for we found 1 1 even a hungry robin can spy ittrees .' 1 .. '' ..rf'. ,
"A foremost of crime this .
measure prevention against .. ... ,
only a few of the small from the air! \ '. .
h type of criminal is a program of educating children 'in regard ., ... .. ." ., ,

", to the dangers of being lured by strangers. As a pri- : ,
in this the FBI in 1956 dis- : '. : .' ; .
mary weapon campaign began Farmers Set To Solve . .. .' ,, .
: for school children '. xmMmmm )
tributing coloring sketches elementary ,. : r \ : r'. _
.1. '
: pointing out the menace of the child molester. No less than ", '. .'. ,'1 : .
;J ,
\ three million of these posters have been distributed by the i'" "" \' ,F1'
: FBI. They are provided free of charge and can be. obtained Labor Shortage Problem ,

.....::,'" ':.sby writing the FBI in Washington, D. C. ? 1 I-c ;Hlti\-Jlt'-l"; \ :&: .';,"--- ". '.

.; "The protection of the Nation's childrep is the respon- .-;. ,, I. o.
: \sibility not only of parents, but also of police and the pub- Bradford County farmers appear in the cooperative is given a.certificate ,.. J- ,:

: !llic. Only constant vigilance against the child molester in to be on the verge of solvingone showing the amount Invested .. ..

: communities throughout the country can prevent the black :. of their biggest production and stating That 25 ,'pe r W *-J *** w fr > 3Uput >

: Headlines reflecting the vicious attacks of this criminal. bugaboos-the shortage of farm cent of all funds grossed- from.t&
i It is imperative that school authorities, police officials,, fOR ,
housing ALL Uti.CH.URCIt. .
labor.With project .will beheld f Jnre 'U \
: news media representatives, business executives, civic and cooperation the keynotethey've .., :' .. :t ig. ::;!.Z'gt'g t : .
serve for repayment'Of I :'ttie shareholders ., : ;.J pg ... o..' ... .. ;: '
leaders and others interested in joined with the. .
: patriotic group safeguarding Chamber .- ,' '.
vrtthfieper: cent inteitet .ar' f.rk "illIi.. .f "
of llWtl. r.-. .
a children recognize the threat of the child molester in commerce and local .businessmen 'r : : .. Co-op officials polnt-TJUt") 'tttlt .., t\. : ; r '1 Y l.'a
:. their communities and take positive action against it." to form the Bradford County the business'men-/of/ the' comraunity'standtop&flHr6in : ... '!. ... rp .,.., ...J&_etlnde wits' hu 1,1: 9 awenn:tei er; ,e ,,htl' r. r its .Iv1.'VU: .'-'..t'i.... 4 d. ''' .' i

\ S Labor Cooperative. Purpose of this rtne, ':.. .:;.. .:..: .:;;"di fertL'.firit. oDe foot .. gad' '.thi"ai1s. iellhei 1*. new ,.. .' r .- j TUrt ..... '
organization is to recruit and ". : :. ." wr/rlC :!( far awora j
w the : : .' ,;)etlM. ; .. "
project as-t&uch.'Es farmers: 1 .
) :' Ordinarily; newspapers like black headlines-but this i is provide quarters for 't' :ilL, tifrj ptnai'>ibouU. cf.mi6ai; : '
'R one;,'type of headline that we would like to avoid in Brad. farm workers during the harvesting since farming is an iln30 rUnI r f' i>A;fjui Ira, peat. moment, .ad.'it mitlkt k*'.f ritliUB-. Ktarho a.a 1intIr&T7-
I part of the', county1 e '; ** ic ((1 I} FM kitjt i wti. ((2))'rI'it k: t
: ford
County if humanly possible. season. ,
tttuf I
More revenue for'fanners'meansmore _. > "iM.: w r .aot.r'.th..troD.r.: elaip.f., tkiUiu'i fl;e. (3),Fof.kt.i, {4ccmmmjly i. "
Jf'you are a parent or a guardian, be sure to show your The first such laborers, #ho will business for merchants: ; : ... '. ,.fc,* ese tk*r'.:k.....,.Skt J>' tkcr 'U vid* ,tkiai . : ...JMGoa.(4). ( ). For it* Ml* '

a child the picture at the top of this column. Better still cut be recruited through the state Co-op members say. : '* .. ., :.,,. '. :" .". ,'--.Ktk-kiw. '* if'.hUU.( ... .. .. .f.' c 'O'lirda-. .lbctt... r6i l da' .d-' :'): I .
Employment Office in { I r.I'_ I8t1tn t" n. ..IM.
it out-let him color it, and be sure to memorize the rules. Gainesville According to 'CountY o : ;B'f tke coin.-ivJa.. lao'lI" II
are'schedu ed to arrive gtrnI t time. will to' to let go ,. illircil'f ;i,''''' a.1 ,.., Sitar .
w' If you are a school teacher, Cub Scout official, Sunday Jan. 15 to here around Hnggms, farmers of, 'ihe--itira:ir .' < i 't;t:": LLo''. laa KJ<, '._J fo fortlt'oa> .kit i 4wa. i,1, '. : ; ".

School teacher, or anyone else having a connection with county's bumper help "pull" the convinced: ,that'they will fate'nt: uch I"I": the .. 't' ',,; .'
of ,
crop wintergreens : i ,
., children or youth groups, order a supply of the cartoons -mustard, turnips, and col- problem better if that they hasten caI 1ick'ihe'- constint''1 bor '! ;' .. i<' :. tus af,1.of the, toa'Alr.ad", L. attssdi'ehwrch. .,;=:, ktr.;: : ':S: a.t' e.. ;,' ,

': from the FBI and fret one into the hands of every child lards. worry in 'recent'years/He-Tjuoted a ".' '" .r.... I...r-.. w..... ..She1'p 1 ',recta. ,.,,'.SoD4.J.. add r.Iow'' 6.t ''.rrfr ''" 'H, i..u"_ 4k .
under your supervision.It County Agent G. T. Huggins :,:''Ste ,; II\JM'. } ChiMrei ,! ""' ., .J ; I .
one grower as'saying*that< bd&t'. .: :; to..ar.Ia..i..ur..ff.t; : r ydwr".p,. ajl .. :--J ill"m : '

should be a treat satisfaction to know that your efforts : figures that from 40 to 50 outside $4,000 'worth of strawberries TVt ; I 1 .":.,, :' .f .; ,'1'1...r'rapt. :'b'111t htlo. ,hk.:irih.,1 Ai: ,.11' ...'.',alto : :f/\tf'; :.'. III c,"' u. .rtu....,'., I .
a no matter how small might less black workers will be needed to '. : 'r ., 'rt e a'I'e' J.ilrda etaal I'r c1at'.IIL. '"' 11., "" '
mean one ted in his fields last season because .' ,+ .trei'dJf t ,. i' t' "' .
help .
ft headline in a nation that has witnessed all too suchterrif.ing gather a much larger than fie1; could =not gef hem''plck .. ," '..)1. :. '.' ., .' .; ,",; ., '. I' / ...If .
many ,
_. is'-.... .,
average crop of ., \ I .' "" ..
greens which .. "' .
incidents in recent years. are ed when'they'were ready form, ; -0' 't."itf", 1/lftrirler/ ; .. Aif. 6eimer. 111.11.. la.. ";! .j .....", :f &10 J' .
becoming .
increasingly Important :! : : '
t ,, u
; .r ". .
in the county's farm ket. e- .. "- /,'>0'..: .. :" If... .>,-It_,. .. .j, :>'.:. '>. ; t> 1. "YO' .
.. $
., # .
r to : : J.1'.I
economy. ,
\ Lack of labor "Huggln eald ... 't' .. 'n. 9..",.,. .1- '. < r''' .
,: Local Laws Needed Early Meanwhile the Cn-nn l fit not a. : ..95ifft >' .> ( J.% : ::9-; .t. 'tr/it:... "s9Y. r _'I. .;- :' i.. .".. ., "0". .'. fit'i It
-r n.- kept many farmers 'planting3 '4"V' ,,
.i -
ing ; : \ -
.... against time to '
have comfortably as much''acreage :as .they 'woul< ,.t. .:.. {':.J\W.>(,(.. .."'"-M":d"1W." :..1..t-t: .; :.,.j;_':,.:....'. tAt.I' '
l ; ...
quarters / $. ? .t' r>; "d
ready for the work- : '
Senator Charley E. Johns and A. ; .. ; # ; ", .".' .
J. \ .i
Representative .
and should have done. Berry. L ? t- 4 "p.4 .i1-,-. p.< "r. 'I" f-r r- .
Thomas Jr. have reminded our governmental bodies and ers when they arrive. A large con acreage this 'year is abOUt. "same : : r ?' l, *. /.i"t .' f
others that local laws must be prepared and in their hands Jim Chasteen building in the owned Heilbronn by; : as last, ''the"County'said "Agent' ) ': ,. ?These. Vital_ Me. ages.Sponsored A* A Public Service '

much earlier for the 1961 session than has been the case Springs section, is being but improved, srowlhj ; .. .. .
converted .
methods including -the 'use 'of '* or'i. "
e 'n the < .
[ past. to this .
purpose at an estimatedcost .J
: They have announced that public hearings will be held when fully completed] of a- plastic mulch 'wIn ''produce' i a .. !V',. '. '" ,-
heavier from the same "b tGASOLINE "J' OUN'A. ':., .
yield. sere- "
:, rly in February on all such proposed laws, and that conCation of round $6,000. Approximately) half age .Huggins ".predicted.t '4 .: .. / : '. '" I. :. }' .. ',1UI.wUt T: ., .4 ., (OREASRr'. ,. I
this 't."J "' '
( j. '
a will be given only to bills that are presented amount has already been It has been >!estinated- thattoice .: y ": '' '

--"" ,hearings.-. Execptions to this procedure will be men raised who by farmers and business ;of '900 .Migratory ''Workers, ( ./. ,:;Fd1Ei (OIG:. "'to' .. DL. ":TRIBUTOR I FOfl KEROSi .. RNE, : ,: > '

--pases of emergency, the Bradford solons an- have purchased in:- i1f be ';needed 'at 'the hei4bt': *< ..'.;L B JCATtON .. j. 'J. MINERAL. : :
: terest-bearing .
shares in the 'co' i I" '0" .. ". .
the strawberry' harvesting season; j' "
operative. ,
-- : filing of local bills is made necessary by rulesa The building eventually will which 'should ''start'around March5 .. : ., ..OILS l . SPIRITS'X '", 1 j
House caucus held in Boca Raton last Novem- have living and cooking facilities 1. The December freezes we 'generally .": I

rang that all local legislation be filed with the for around 225 workers. regarded' is favorable ba 'FiRESToNE'TIRES] :, 'ttISEC i iDf.s : :
Bra.qfO growers, sincdtheyme? : ;
the Florida House of Representatives March Chtsteen, who Is secretary of, .r"'+. ', .. .. \, '
by .
=J -
that: berry'product Qv11l be h 'r:: :f "
)r to the opening of the 1961 legislature on April 4. the Co-op will manage operationof I back'arid not'thrown on'the brat n'a:: j I ; ,'/ ": -. : : : .' > <"-': ::' :\ .: : : : .
the facilities. He states that I r PO-hER0513NE.OR ; .0111 I : .'... !
ht new legislative policies also state that local r '' j .i ..- p1E .. 'r' :. .0
any experience with the first of ket. in competition1 'tJUt ,tierrtes.from i A'.l '.' i-: ., ,r P': t. ; ..1; > f .' ;.. '.'...!. .' "::1.. 1 ,.
bills not passed in the first 30 days of the session will be group South' Florida,rind' PldritCity ', '. 'L. '
i '
; ;
workers will determine whetheror l ;> : Ji'm-.Sr.. PONEQ: .201J ; h :: -.< 'Slarke'F1a; '
: to the House Rules Committee inaitetsrt: '".Ie, i ,. ": 'IJ OI't.; .., t, r ,-. .3 ." ... r .
referred instead of 'automatically \0 . .
I .. \ _
: .
not they Trill do their 'own ;\ ,'}' II II I ,, #-A' "1 "_ to ".. t, ... ...., .' ... .. ', ,
: going on the House calendar. The new procedure cooking ,After strawberires es aTe.lthtOQds 1 ;" .'._. '......... u :" .. '. : r I,
0 or obtain food from a thein1 rant't laborers f.. .. ... L.j,. ... ('l..C'.i'4 10 ..1'1.. r... 'u. .a't'. ', 'a. r .. a._ .. ,' \' '' rM' r
:was designed in an attempt to keep local bills from bogging community kitchen"'which)lie',will -Witt benifeeft'ed'Jtierevfor ..... .". ,: : ; ., .
:' ".'"tb :. '';'' .,*" 'fr* ,*, t. "L .. -. t
another 'fi : .
operate. 1 .t.: : J. .+ ... ,. I .
down legislative work in the closing! days of the ses- A nominal boarding 'or f 't. -, I : : -" '

?sion as has been the experience in the past. worker.renting fee -will be' charged each :of weeks spring,to help truck.':with:crops:tr/e/, .:: J ;;1.t, *::.GMyvA.NPREWS' : ., :: : WESTERN. :A'_; .. :'. S t ':,: I
: r :
J In 'view of the new regulations, county and city officials i- beans, sweet coin, pepper;, :tag.. "iiir ii- r .,. -"
The Co-op headed by J."R.Tt : \, > -: tote ;'Associate i t Barber Shop : I
as well as individuals who are interested in special plant, and aooashHugeins'lleves : .. .. Story_ : t ',
Wainwright as chairman TFSS ,. 'f _', \ '... .
:legislation affecting Bradford County and its municipalities suggested last fall at a rParm that eventually J sHffie*".mi, '..f.. : .. ''''I' .' .. '. .. .,

: should start work immediately getting their'measures Bureau meeting1. The tamers took grant, ,laborers may. be. .,,.employed. '. I. I I -of :.-. -- .... ', ..I ,', . --.' '
.. .' .. .,... ; : ,, : ::: .f. j 'I. : ': .
shaped up in time for the February hearings. Delay 'could the matter'up 'With.Chamber' Trf .,. t. ":, r : ... \ .. ... ,
\r ," .
:mean 'failure to net important local legislation 'passed at Commerce directors'and 'were""M- WHlLt .'.. .. t I,D r'Ma..,,-f r tare I Co.- 'I''': "'t. C, '.,&"MTER'WILLEGAR. ,. I ,

:the 1961 session. sured of 'cooperation f>ty'thebusi .t "... ..." ..., ".."..... .( ,;. : .. '. : :" I.. ,. ; 1

1. ness men of the community,,'who. .: ,, J>. O '' .-t I.. n '" "., ,:JEWXL1RV, .. .. Mpin0SfVpiir .. I :.J
are anxious to 'see fctnatng Expanded i.. I\.D.,,>>. : .t .cit .. .. : ll.. ,. #: ;. : ', .- ..!
Aulhorlicd. Ford Dealer. '
toI :
; :
'in the county. In ,recent D'-y ; .: to. ,"' ,, ., ,Nf L.1 v' .OD.puJtl!{ : ". .
: :-- THE BRADFORD( COUNTY TELEGRAPHeST. "Qrie: .iJt : ":.: i#1' ;' ; ;': ::', j I' <' ?' 'W. 1'L
the .... "' . .. i: "
years. shortage help to '
.. .. r I' .
1k; p'f7"1..HT? :: ; -.t : : 1 ; '-' r .4' : r ,: .
: 187 harvesting,crops .was described ;as 'SElLb1i: p i :,t, .......,. J:...... 'L... {' fC .. ., ,'r'.. .;- .', "0'1.', t" # t. ". '. h, -, -

S .. '' critical, and 'a chief ,cause ,erf:'dercliniogann : .itfT'5 \ l : : ,' !' : : \ Of '
.ms >
t"I.'nn I C ) :: "
.OLDEST ttEWa acreage in.the area."What's .. .. GIpcBRpWN'SServfee : .. .Bradford County t.4 -
AIEK .. .. ..... .... .' .,
\ ( LIMBED> CONTINOlTiM >' It.. ,. ... t
,. .
'CM> B TUB SAME MASTHEAD.Th the use to-plant.aoisestuff SHOEft, P *.. j .. W'y.', .- ;J .. ,, re .', J I

Pai,.be. Eaeh .,. sea E.lerr4 a"leead CUM XUtftt : 'if'YOl can't. get it gathered '-126' North' Cori cit: rr .t ;: k t Station r :: t.bra ph. r
r 'y" :
.. at tee Pat Office at SIMile Fit..ler'let .! ..... 1,18Tft I ? :1a.'the way the 'tarmers'iJU ; .l'IJt .!':-t 1-.'I.. .f\. J .-!.,. .-. "L, r' .. .. c ; .,
Itt" .
1 ; "! n ..
j it. .'. 'A. .V1t'IIer"f!"'., j !' .. .-: .' '. .

;. Each *person-investing: "m 1 "' -I' ." 'r I. _

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r' 'BBADFOBD.Xt1NTf.TiEGB. _:STARJtR-..FtOam.'u'V
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0' ..-.- ... ....., ..... .'.'.'M'. h.a. .h.. .locally to -1 -.- __ '. ..
ri e 'year around.
editorial I _
The .size of this year's greens :1.1 !

., Farmer's. Diary; i acreage has been a .source of amazement t ti

."-.... I, .... 11 and satisfaction ,to .;..V ..- 1 ?
W>offgms.: 'He said that* one grower
B01lB IId 6irlll : By Sawi IS GareY
s. sett
i r.. I I elope had around 20 acres 'in
i coo THE PICTHE All HEHHIZE tIE HLES I greens, and that toany others> are "-

/ j,1(loaded. with bright. .red berries.. .,, 'shoving7' keen interest in this almost j

L i t.- aUlr-pmoi" ;crop.
1 Enjoyed 'a visit by' Mrs. >Mary At present, most Bradford" 4 a _

1 Reddish of Lawtey. who, .at 84. growers ..carry their greens to .

I remembers a lot about the early Jacksonville for marketing and .,, ; rt

1/ II I days in this country.. For one distribution, elsewhere: But the t .
f h
I thing she told how when he w Sonly County Agent said, "with aasur- 44-

sai. 1 15 months; old the home once of sufficient labor to get the # t. ,. 4
4 : of her parents [ ] ,
Hicks located S.
Comes now a brand new crop "pulled", Bradford. growers S.
year a place called: Trail Ridge in.Baker may : I'
and 'let us hope that the farmers eventually expand this' operation
County, was blown down. in a to the point where
and stockmen in the county will local -

have favorable weather; good violent windstorm.. market for greens,.can- be ,esj I j
animals and tabl! hed.' .
i. crops good. prices at
;. -- the market. And about how she. while- livingat Confident. that the troublesome

I the homestead nearto Water I }labor problem Is aboutto be-solved -
Ii 1y. Oak. built a "settee'
out of
odd _
i "'::.0 For one thing the berries are, pieces of lumber, and cushions at long #Jast. Huggins'predicts. : { f

1 coming 'along fine, although a made of crocus sacks stuffed with '?Were. on the threshold of doing 'a _r

couple of soaking rains would hay. She laughed in 1 telling 'about .some seal .ft'rtaln$ Bradford ; a
help. But the cold weather 'h .$ .
// held the crop back and'if it continues it. and went on to explain' thai I County." 'IT84FTIST ? r.,:- +
in the early daYs''' there wasn't .
for a while the plants vffl '
much money and a ::8IGIII44)
person i
come in production during the
v market season. made his own things or did 'with. COTRCH. I

out. ;
8 un4 School.45= : a. .
/ The cows that have good green UQrnfnI 'Worship 11'L. J '... I .. J't>o
.I She told how Grandma Reddish: m. ; :. .. '
/ temporary grazing furnished boats y TSO; .P;?m. Pray
r getting e
used to tell her about the still m'l Another View of '.
Bradford 'Float In Parade
County Inaugural oj'" '
or rye. are: giving'. the stuffa earlier Wednesday, 7:80 p. m. *.
days when >
used to i
fit during this cold 'weather I QeorRCttttm : / r.
; ,
2EIEIII. when the native pastures are work hard all day, and then think .w..OiOmt.. I I .
nothing of getting dressed 'and .- .. "
up .
1 Ton ton. gifts frn tings? ...tit lire. .- brown. The range cows find asurPrlsingamount.of riding a horse 10 miles to go to-i :.E'""! :::;:.: : ---po ,- I'I
feed t in 'this 1 J. : : .
.frolic. Grandma Reddish :(who : .j : : -, =
/ I .Sefna rMes offered by strassers l_At ,;_ r weather In the bays and swainpsl.: -
was a Crosby] was the mother of
.. "' ;.L Bill and Jeff Reddish.
One thing to look forward to is HE CHURCH
a new Secretary of tore
.. .. At the frolics while .
We have always felt that Mr.. sometimes

: For Parents---And Children Benson was a sincere man, but a man played the"fiddle, another II .

i that was small consolation when .beat time on the strings with -a .

Editorials every move made by his 'administration short piece of dried sedge grass. I .
: are usually written for the more mature readers ? "S"J 'f c
was for the benefit:of the Some of the tunes. rverg, ("-- r v
-but this one is for boys and girls well their I
: ents. big growers and the little farm cle Jeff "Shoo Darling: : land rr, ..

ers were advised to quit and get one which contained the wards, '. ? I .t .: lf -
: If you never read an editorial to your child before, don't jobs in the city. "If You can't &m U That. You ,

: lay the paper down until you read this one to him-or her. Can't Smell otin." '. : '; '. I, '. I.:

Let him color the picture, and memorize the rules. Tobacco and pepper seedbedsare 5 -' .I.: :.:,''..:..:.&,. ,.-,/' '. :: .w ; r + '. r"!" '

: Early in December, J. Edgar Hoover, Director of the planted and the long season From what we've' learned, .peo ;, -\.,!.{.'4.'r.' .r! '; .. '., .: .

: Federal Bureau 'of Investigation, issued a statement in connection for the leaf growers which ends pIe back in the;, old 1 day ''worked. *>' ..Yi,3 .. .: .

I with the growing menace of child molesters. His at market time is now underway. hard but when they-: hVo] 'a (. ',, ,*..,;, :. -.. ,

: comments were designed to shock parents into an acute One thing about raising thai gold chance and a frolic'was ,1it1d., .. f,'.).'. i. !'

: awareness of this threat to the happiness of American en brown tobacco: it is nearly they had a "WOnderfu111me. : .;. :. "
'j. .
many .<. I \
worth its weight in gold these : .
homes. He said : :.. .. -

: "One of the most horrible offenses in the sordid historyof days. roads The are shoulders cluttered of up.the' how county'withe ". ', -'' '. -k r .''

crime is the brutal sexual attack on the body of a small During the holiday season w robins and we can't figure :but 4 -, *-.;: .

: innocent child. The threat of the molester hangs over each looked around in the woods forsome if they are late going south or ". .... .4 ,

: and every community in our country. Swift and decisive "Sennia" or Christmas ber- early going north. We Just hope? -,. ..S.". : .

action is necessary to assure that these human vultures sies and could find only a" few/It' > they don't find our tiny b berry I :' j : [ ,

: who prey on children will be removed from our society. looked like the birds had.been. patch. It's so small we doubt t1i. -s f

: "A foremost measure of crime prevention against this I there ahead of us, for We found 1 eVen a hungry robin can. spy, t'l! ... a".c, .. ... .. :!. ,. ....
S only a few of the small trees from the air! \ t 3d . ..... '
type of criminal is a program of educating children in regard -. .
. ,
: to the dangers of being lured by strangers. As a primary : I : .

weapon in this campaign the FBI in 1956 began dis- ( ". _... _"" ,_.....-. _' -_- .-. ". ._. {
Farmers Set To . ... .. .. ..
SolYeLabor : .
: .
tributing coloring sketches for elementary school children' ." .'r':, ..' .' ''.. ... '. .. ,

1, : pointing out the menace of the child molester. No less than '.' I. .:. ..;' : <

a three million of these posters have been distributed by the I I ., ., ,. .. .... v,.*>' ....._. !
ort i"' 4i
.J : FBI. They are provided free of charge and can be. obtained .S Problem.! ; .. ...,.... .......'' !" '. '.."

"; s3:;: by writing the FBI Washington, D. C. ( "c ." : ,'If.. ...1..,.....'.-" ""., I

a' "The protection of the Nation's childrep is the responsibility .(,[ : .."
; .
.1, not only of parents, but also of police and the pub- Bradford County farmers appear in the cooperative is.given &" certificate 1 .. '.,'' .. ''. ;" ".
1 lic. Only constant vigilance against the child molester in to be on the verge of solvingone showing the 'amount invested .. .. ,

i communities,, throughout the country can prevent the black of their biggest production and stating. .that'. 25 ;'per ,
/ headlines reflecting the vicious attacks of this criminal. oJ :$, ) <0is4r.. .. .7.tiYt.::Ar
bugaboos-the shortage of cent of aU
farm funds! grossed !toin.thousing .
/ It is imperative that school authorities, police officials, labor. .. THE CHU"C'H fOR ALL .-. ., j ,'
I .. project.-.will be held J b reserve ;; ., '-: ALL FOR THE CtlUKClf .
: news media representatives business executives civic and With cooperation 'J>
the keynote JIrgt .
for repayment M'U1 fcare. ,! is" ; <. "
pgt ;
they've joined Tin CV Nk rA. froWrfttfci.M : ; ,
leaders and others interested in with the
patriotic safeguarding Chamberof ..! .
group .' y.ti M r'. "
/ holders ifrjth fife per cent totfcr&t:, :i. < : ", fack" lfi..f..; r ,
a children the threat the Commerce and local-businessmen r ... .. .. .' KIar '"I
recognize of child molester in Co-op officiairpbinthjut"the tti& r\ : is t "' .r w. :'I-ctlUllp.'! \" r l.-. of lfttrlE'Ant > .
:. their communities and take positive action against it." Labor to form the Bradford County business"men-'Of; they emn. : .' 4./\. :"t-% !:,'flrataada.with his i hj* gnarerizig :situ ob :il.iMI", ? ...priw. + 'rilYr'VktwwsiligQYrd, ., I.
a Cooperative. Purpose of this '; ., .: .- If.ii.a-t; Ritltr i i i.ae '
.. munitY'stand tospiror t''fi'obi' ftbe .w eily t1'Pnt.. : obi foot.., '. : MCt. r.: 'VI'I'. : .. 1
a QrdMrily like new organization is to recruit and project :as :Much .'tis' the, ." ., :...: t, .);.7: t.: ,...'.. ... '. ; -- ;p .- .' : .,'. "rtlrt. iLc!e I'! f.Yt. asaa Mar > .
i :' newspapers black headlines-but this is provide quarters for migratory fartnetslj; ':v\, .., : ,.., '...' ?, 't' MbJ ttfq (''ltNlboYla. .IItNa-anKl. -: .

I 1-'. one-type :of headline that we would like to avoid in Bradford farm workers during the harvest- since farming' is an 'jmjxwtiinii ., r .'.1 .,.. '. f'I 'I 't.Wa .ira. put. momtnt', and-it.mi \t L./rl,1.t.. ....... rqlit.rt, .IIQIP9 Ibe'CliYt'.M" .. .
part of 'tlie'eouhty'8't: '> :;.i t.+ ,
econjsy i : ) .
: { ''County if humanly possible. me season... \ I .r. ... T. 'a'l.; g4fittalter.aot; ".hr't6.. :strong, "stall ei.jp. .f.kU" iL care: t(1).t.'Ji) Y .h. W r. III. ; f '
More :
Je; lr'u are a parent or a guardian, be sure to show your The first such laborers eho will more revenue business for for fgmes' merchants means: t' ; '. ."' "'. .. itkr;. :land:: A..i.' tit.... 't. .,pjd.>iai .. .. ccmnui J.as.ie.UFerEe..i'.f-Lis ij.j. fad ulio l *. ((4) Ttl fa .At -

child: the picture at the top of this column. Better still cut be recruited through the State Co-op" members j'< w :- v; -'Q' .'NtiAa4rr, i [ i.f'lefafr.' N. .f-'tht'G'aldl'tt4.' *hkb. *.t.."' I
say. :: ". I
t:i it out-let him color it, and be sure to memorize! the rules. Employment Office in Gainesville, According to ''County dgRn'tHuggins < .. \*' .{.;.. 'tit J i d telpJat Nkntt.ppaI > IKto fl* I .I
are scheduled to 'i : titsS| cointfwliett? hell !>*ie to-Ul tr If school teacher Cub Scout official arrive here a-. farmers .''1. "' '. *. ". 'lVHJi1. r', .
are the'arearconvinced. 4Ti' i '
you Sunday of _
J t* l"
lead .... -tI&t-l" ;
round Jan. t ; n1 Kraft: ,
15 to help "pull" thecounty's ( .1 :, ....'. \\toUl r. ; ,. co '""WD. 1- .' f
)t.. School teacher, or anyone else having a connection with .that'they'ivfll fatemucfa .t' 1Et altliea"1.'will .
bumper 'opal ntdanci. H.. aatl.r '
crop of winter : : is / n".1. ; ti..t ft.w"rrw.
4 '
children or youth groups, order a supply of the cartoons greens'--mustard better' if they 'carr 1Ick'the'' '1 bor .;'I ...k.. care.F: ;- .... .;s.ior' .. ,\ .. .: : r ,
that AI.
turnips and col- 100. lee'att.rJa 'claurcla ,
.ffrom the FBI and net into the hands of lards. problem that has 1> en.Iconit.an; : "'J 1; .. ;' ., HI ,..,.. "II .'_ I
one every child wor'r'y in recent; < t : '. l 'f t wW.' .. 'parla t. ...'.S.adar. sad' d.rOWIt.. ..rplj "-.i :i t .I t t.-I, .' '" ".JC. : .
years.'TJe fYjuot f j. L. "" : ; .
; : :
: .f. "
a under supervision. County Agent 'IJJIII. ", '
your G. ,
T. Huggins \.r'; i'i4.: +MSItIjLjlntOhern 1h'e +of faitti. .
figures one"grower as'sayhiHhatljdat. : i :; : t ; t'ma.laC. ;Cltldre.- {. ioe': .. '}JfjJlM. '
: It should be a treat satisfaction to know that your efforts that from 40 to 50 outside \ I ;'t.t ; z b.tau=ht. tak. r Ihe,4' '
rn4ift woll "Jiic.I'
j' : apiniual r.
$4,000 worth of strawberries -'mt I '.:, : : .d : .i : .ij\ ... : :l: I .
no matter how small, might mean one less black help workers gather will be needed to ted in his fields .last season '.because -. .,' .... ). '.. '-"." ',>,tSpa. : TIL. (rlbrcl'.ttnd.'r.Td. ,., to t.ic'h.. .'t1..": .. f'i. .'.. t." S ,
:: a much ..
headline in a nation that has witnessed all too many such larger than lye!could not c t''thetD'" & :1.. '. j"' { I. .; "" .'/ .". or_ ...E7

: terrifying incidents in recent years.Local average becoming crop of greens which I ed when. 'they'were ready fortaa .: ... to,' .:t:, .' t: r!.'I.""".,It !Jltttk; '.I'". Atff- .)'benla9tr."ug. Ya. + ; x.y .. "' ',(jjf",:; ... "
increasingly important .'.. '! '., .' .- '<. ;
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ket. ,
.r '
in the county's farm economy. Lack 'of labor >. ,. .:. ', o.'.' ,.r ... .f" :... ,, .,..-: '" ,. .. .'... ... .,... ': fy'fi. ..>t...; t .. '. .., I ';j.. :f..:<, : ,
Huggm : 'n .J. 4'I '< <
'sold .
: : ; 4 < 'h: :t ... ..
.I Laws Needed Early Meanwhile the Co-op is working '. ,. ,.J : "$''m ; ;; '- YA.t I "t"1, ., "..4 ; .
kept many farmers fro.b plantingas : I ): : ; .. -
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against I :;
time "t.. '
to have comfortably \ ,, ,.,, ... I"" 4'
: thiy : ( ?# .'t >IoV'r; ;:: -
much'acreage ;*o'uld. : >>
: Senator Charley E. Johns and Representative A. J. l quarters ready for the workers as ." J .. .. .......... ... .. .,:iiit. .., :.".:t'%",f/Y..'t'<'"" :tx:: <:\ i>1:.t .;$'(,\-.t.o7.l:".;. .J
and should nave.done. Berry] .' .. .. b f .r',' J'I.. 'r... '"" .,'fr.. .
when they > f '.. .. f. .
arrive. A t
Thomas Jr. have reminded our governmental bodies and : trete-floored large con acreage this ",ear 'about! ,, ltht : ." f. ; I ,I '. .

: others that local laws must be prepared and in their hands Jim Chasteen building in the owned Heilbroari by same 'as last.' 'the'-County'' 'Agent 1 i ;; r;:( : :; ; !11 VM. Mj agei' Spon
much' earlier for the 1961 session than has been the said but. improved.. growing .
case Springs "
section is ....
being _
converted ; ,
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in the-past.> to this methods Including the'use 'of \" l-ot.. .i > -
t. -
at an estimatedcost :- .
They have announced that public hearings will be held [when fully completed] of around plastic''mu1ch', win' rprodueeia, : ". .,.'. :.. ," .. : >'. '.,. .. ':.. -. '.
heavier"yleld:from the same acre-.' '. l J' OB'N' .
early in February on all such proposed laws and that $6,000. Approximately ; :" ): CASOUNE lUKUUfi ''. : ..
consideration half age. Huggins""predicted.. ::> I ; : ', (i RFA4 ;:,;.:". ':
will be given only to bills that are presented of this amount has already been / t "t. r I i "* It has been 'estimited.that : '
during the hearings. Exceptions to this procedure will be I men raised by farmers and business force 6f; :'300 ..teigratory irorltert, t A ':'rFUEIijOIL'DKTRIBUT6R.; L .:" .. FOfiA y.OSfI. E, .'..I.:. ':,," '
who have r t
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made only in cases of emergency, the Bradford solons an- purchased in will be "tt: eedea at'lhe height'ol '. t.t.iLUBtuC.." N .. MINERAL d.
: : :
terest-bearing shares m The eco= I # .. '..., .. II,.. : 4 1 N .
nounced. operative. the \trawbelrr.harv: % season:: J : oil. "- ,

The early filing of local bills is made necessary by rules The but 11na.. 'itm.*.tilt... ., ...*" wfiich 1 "should. '.startund'J! ... ... : f.... :' .'; .ons ,SPIRfTS"OIL' '-,. .
----- v. '
adoDted at House caucus held in Boca Raton "'AU 1. The December freezes are gra-J : _
a last Novem-i have living and cooking facilities' I '. ",.. . .. )0 .
J ben: requiring that all local legislation be filed with the for around 225 workers. eraHy'regarded'as' i favorable feyj '. F ( '. #' ; .

cleyl( of the Florida House of Representatives by March Ch&steen. who secretary "of Bradford' growers, 'since1 they mean : ':. \I'*RESToNE..., i'.. TIRES- ..';. .. ::_; "INskCTl. ,o'ir ;r. :\
that; berry production"Wll *e held! t. ; J{ .... ,:.; (
28; :prior to the opening of the 1961 legislature on April 4. the Co-op will manage operationof back and not'thrown onlheTlnar-: : ... :: i ,. -. : '. .. : ," :. ; :. : : 'f' .

Hik new legislative policies also state that any local experience the facilities.with the He first states that ket ''in competition' with-tjerrtesfrpmsputh"kflortda'ind ;. ':...;..i.' ;'::} .-i." ,.. .. I FOR. .' t hEROSFNE. .- .' Off. '1; Ir '.., .. "".. 'j -.;: :' :, :.". ',.:.': .' ;. ., ..
of .
;bills hot passed in the first 30 days of the session will be group ; ,, Pliiit ; .. ; .' 1- ,. '" '
workers will determine ; t .. "Md5 ItJi'nSr.' r .ih'E'Q\ ..9-20U ; .; : '>S arkf '
House Rules Committee instead whetheror City markets: %" i 'J .. .., ,, ". "" .' .' ..' > .. .... a; .,
/' preferred to the of automatically not they Will do their own ; str Wb t'lies !' s\ -Y' .;..... :. .'. ...'..ry, e!, ;{Ian,,- "f" ," t" ..' < ','y .-"\...-.. Ju .. +. .". h.;," .:. e ',. .. : '... ., \. C'" ', i r"
r going on the House calendar. The new procedure cooking or obtain :.After aTevjbtoRg) :: .. 7" t a "i- .e 4 < J s- 1
food from a .. Ala.: : P" : ;'. r' '. '. '; a'. : .- .
r. : : .: '
'I the-migrant laborers-ttflt fiernM j ; -! : I' ; :
:was designed in an attempt to keep local bills from bog- community; kitchen"whiCh'';ire''wfl .. t, ... ..... .t .' .. ... .. .. ., :. ". ', .. : .' ;
erevfor another n" r. .
f&nrtb I 0' ,
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M .
ging down legislative work in the closing; days of the session operate. .A nominal boarding 'or Iftf ; fX '. : J. r 1. '.' ; r. '., .. .1 _,. '. ;i .

: as has been the experience in the past. worker.renting. fee Will be charger each wee&tq. spring; help truck,:with, :crops';the, ;*-Incliidtnf armtiof. J .:r ": i:G. 4fmRE\Vst'" .. : : ,. i' .' ', .E :'AUTO.. ., t.. ; .. .S.MY:r T +,y'' .s 1 11-; I
: ; .
a T In 'view of the new regulations, county and city offi- beans 's feet coin. y&fer? ;. :'eteJj "' j' 'It- .! .. >j : : f ., J .. : :' -

cials, as well as individuals who are ,interested in special !Wainwright The Co-op as headed chairman-by J.' "H- .plant and 'sottaSh.-:-Hug iils: be-' Ar': .E. at< ate. .. 5' tA.Associate i .Store ". r' .. :. .. .:'B. rb'erShop'; ; 't
was .
:legislation affecting Bradford County and its municipalities tIeves that eventuaUy'stlme' \ad- .. : :.
suggested last fall at a rFarm : ;. ". '. .. : .

: should start work immediately getting their-measures Bureau meeting. The farmers took I grant laborers may be, .,,employed .-. : ''' \:' ;;".:.. .. :.. _: ., "f ; ). ... ... . "' .
shaped Tip in time for the February hearings. Delay 'could the matter'up with'Chamber rtf .. ... ..' ...' d' ... ." t ,.:. .- 4'r. ... ;' :
.' ,:. J :
_' \ .
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mean 'failure to get important local legislation 'passed at Commerce directors rand .wereas- j iDitiMifk "" :. J'O: ". ,,. C '-E..M" TEltWJLLEGAft. .
fLEjiT Co ,
ture' .
:the 1961 session. sured of 'cooDtration- --- ,,bv'thetndh-. -- --_ t I :, ,..... .,., .... ., -I : .. ;. "' :

..- --- ness men of the community 'Who' 1 .. dtlSw'f. .., .' :. '. j'I.:E-. W- .E'L.lrY' : .. ;. -... ". /:'. -.. MOTpS, .. 1,
are anxious Ofc .t .
to see farming expanded i .. .jjj.i. rk .. \

:1 --i THE BRADFORD, COUNTY TELEGRAPH, 'in The ..county. 'In :recent OneDay. :ServW .."..'.10'. .1"....:........ i.,. ", .".,:- 1r ; ." ., ;.;' .:' ..,.. ; "- ':.N..i. ": i. .bOlBS '. : ., I Your' .* Author i..". ...o",-., .ed,*. ..'F *rif* Dealer'-. -. i ia .

: years, the shortage "of help t In yv' ,. r = . .. ,. .,'. . : ., : 1, .' t
: Sb .t... .'1'?': \ .' _H. _:' '. =_' ::_" ; .. -i..., ; : .1' r. ". .. _
: -' EST. 1871> harvesting crops was described ai SEIX 81t : :)p -..... i .. ..- ... ,." ," ., '. J 1 I -
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critical nd'a chief .. : "< '
@) n.UHIU---. oLnr4T'ttEEgLT. JHEWS-; /arm. acreage.cause in ,the of area."What's declining C.O- URT;r ": "i-i "!',_ 5'' .__. ., :th ;ROWWS r y ; ; .-.Bradford t 'County

; j APEH'CNI1 ITBLI8HKD cbXTINOCSLl MAITHEAO.P.uae.a :! the use ,to plant-moil Sam: :It A1R, M '.. '!' .; . .
%B YUEAM rket '

Each Th.r. ..B. Eaters '.*le<*Bd CUM Mitttt ed stuff?" Jshe if you:,way can't the get farmers-put it gather'; '-12fr- North Court; SL )j: }'tf'} :i! .. ; .. .. ryj ice' Station .. .; :: "I .I :r a J)h. : 1t :
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at the .
P t Office at SUrke. FU. Biter Art ( Kar. UTI \ .. ,
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StarkvTP&Jfc : J .r. : 4
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I I.e it. 'T. A. naJ'QWaer.tij! ... !... ow. It : >.., .."" . _. .. )0 r. :., to r- 1.

Each 'person-'investing 'moner-_ 1 J ) u :: _. = .... -:.;:: : .-.J

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quality, flavor, and originality.i yvyyyyyyyYyYyylVVYYi
Rainfall Above Orange Dessert Prizes include a deluxe elec- .

EYE I tric range for 12 semi-finalists i i GRAHAM

Normal In 1960 Contest Held/ with the balance of electric appliances -
I !f!
making "up an all-elec l
i i A. Mrs. John McKinney
By The State tric kitchen going to the first :
Bradford County's rainfall I for t
.h I grand prize winner. I '.... yy yyyyyY .y.Y9
the 12 months of 1960 totaled i :'
80.53 inches-about 30 inches a- The State's biggest culinary I Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney
1 f .Nherein bove "normal", but still below I eventthe All-Florida Orange CARD OF THANKS I and children went to Tampa Wed-

.. 1959's record-breaking 84.48 in- Dessert' Contestgets'under way The family of Luann Clark nesday and stayed until Sunday
I ches. The totals are computed by Jan. 9 with more than, $7V000 in t 1 wishes to thank all friends and i afternoon .visiting relatives.:
| the Hoild'ay/a over, us..They always come once year, #r: ., prizes being offered contestants'. '': I
averaging figures from measuring I
have i ;relatives for their sympathy and
a happyMay, :'Wdlook. righj after Christmas and the stations at three fire towers located I Ii r. r making the best desserts using: I HIWAY CHAPEL

td to a Ng wJWar. '::.'.;.;.., ,' children- enjoy the tree and little in the county .at Highland, t :: oranges or orange products. .1!understanding in our time of sor- I! ASSEMBLY OF GODI

'st ink the soundless' ...., things' <..ire.'J i I-toys i have, and we all finish up : New River, and\'Santa Fe-River. Any Florida resident, 17 yearsof row, and for all the beautiful i I D. P. Burgess Pastor
sdi&f the turkey. Whoopee! We enjoy I The Forestry Service reportednine age or over, may enter:: the ;(flowers. We extend thanks espec- 1 Sunday School 9:45 a. m.

quiet sno ff k e' the' younglks. fires in the county during contest which is sponsored an : ially to Dr. Houpt, Mrs. Dowling, Morning Worship, 11 a. m Even-
"n, ; ;:; .t. 1- All morning I have been going with total of 50 + ryw nually by the Florida. Citrus 7:30 Wed-
December a acres and Rev. Hebert. I Igenstic Service : p. m.
ve4 from a ntauj: .?'m over :the: apartment, dusting and I I Commission in cooperation :with 7:45
ct"i.: '{- !burned. December was a dry i.esday weekly prayer service,
?" te4j I putting on clean scarfs and.spreads. month with only 3.27 inches rain- r : : .; ; several privately-owned utilitiesand -
unheard twill e.t'a star' : I have the,table stretched : fall over the county. an appliance manufacturer.

I blessings of. ':silent, ,";;.prayer,: out and the highchair' ready. (: Total figures for 1960 show 92 .. -- ., -I- ...'................-s -- -_ Entries should be mailed to t,: T' That's Our Business
t'w'orrns weaving tYirotig i.ithv -: Ha! Yes, it will be fun. I wildfires in the county during the i Orange Dessert Contest, Box If It's Glass We Have IU!

,ry r' j[. CRISS CROSS PINEAPPLE with burn- T..eatie P ail 1720, Lakeland, Fla., and post-
12 months, 1.069 acres Kindergarten:: Y CALL WHITE or VISIT
tin; in noisles;:things-;'J'Jar I,P.IE. Make" a pie crust and cover I I er. The 1959 record was consider.: marked not later than Midnight. ? IF/I!

( peaceful thins 'attuneoVtb'Od. the bottom of a 9 inch pan. Make. ably better, with only 40 fires, i' The Florida Theatre placed host Ft tch. Joy Anaiews.. 3rd row: Feb. 18. Entries in semi-finals
' 4 ; .* : the filling and in. I and finals must be on Joe Peters Glass Co.
? pour land I 234 acres burned. Windy i iI to Matha Priest's Kindergarten Jimmy Outlaw, Martha: Struth, {i I I prepared
ounded hearuTjni&understood..1 I Filling: 2 1-2 cluhed'pineapple. electric and each recipe
cups I weather during the first three chfidre1"before Christmas showing Debbie i Thomas, Gayle Hatcher. equipment
(Alice Josephing ,'Wr att. 1 cup sugar, a little I j i months of 1959 is blamed for I i I two cartoons and serving refreshments Carol Bloodworth, Eddy Hazen, must be for a dessert andi FOR ANY GLASS NEEDWe

is good to ,f ind'; eace, iii;$-.(salt. 2 1-2 tablespoons flour. Stir I most of the increase. I.I of pop corn and Cokes. Brian Johns. 4th row: David i must include at least two fresh Design Modern\ Store Fronts

That Is wbj jL'lika.o pi.big: all together and cook until thick. I Forest Ranger Jimmy Hodges.Santa visited )he group and talk- I Roberts, Zack ".;dwards, Billy ,, Florida oranges or one cup of r Just Mail Us A Pattern for

;uary it is r silent;. : sa>g '\ I Add a lump of butter and juice of reports that the Forest Service is individually: with each child. j I Bigham, Jimmy Constance, Jimmy I Florida orange juice, fresh, frozen Table Tops

lued hum &tifa:Jfrl Igerato'r a lemon if you like lemon. When I i about caught up with fire line First row ((1-r) : Cheryl Phillips, .. Brown. Standing by 'Santa is Bus- canned or chilled. Entries willi
water -' .. this cools stir in I 1313 N.W. 4th P!. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FH. 24353
some beaten
the he. fgr-r a and'Stan ;
plowing, and is ready to take ad Stephen Lowery Tommy ;..ter Rowe. i i be judged on general appearance, ..
M off azidroit, Beat hard andpour ...
aps .in..wintcr, egg. in un- I ditional applications. He urged Reddish Vicky Dyal. 2nd I
id that aft!rtr= .!._(hbeetl4n t baRed shell. Cut strips about 3-4 !caution concerning fires, and ask- rO'David' Benner, Brad Carter I --

tee hearing *Vh '*ioaV'of sires -Finch wide lay criss-cross across (i I ed that the Forestry Service be Dale Norman, Debbie Shuford, .

otors day and night thatrwis the top. Bake at. 450 degrees for i notified by all persons planningI John Melton Thomas, Steve J NC1WHITE\ Y
a blessing. All morning 10 min. Reduce heat to 350 andI ,
controlled burning.
bifewflakes drifted down ande I bake 30 min.HELPFL I
1 I
I ground is white. I lover HINTS. Try cleaning
which dresses the earth4ite. ;,I your fountain pen with vinegar. I Union Airport Timber'' John Yarborough

Unless it.is very deep it I Draw the vinegar in as if it were Sold To Bradford Men

jhot bother "me. The dogs like ink and squirt it out then rinse Passes 'MondayFuneral Inc. -

fid eat big mouthfuls of thewhitesnov ,' with water and fill with fresh ', Timber on the old Lake Butler Your Friendly- Stores

} ," when we go ink. When you give a: box of, ( airport property was recently services will beheld" i
Ing. I stationery and want it to be a ': sold b>: the Union County Com- i
at 1 p. m. Tuesday for John Edward ,,
had a nice .Christmas. Just [ better gift, add stamps for the i I mission to two Bradford County
Yarbrough of Raiford, who,
and I'ate our turkey dinner [ letters. If stamps stick together, ': men for 55355. I died Monday. A native of Bradford DAN RIVER CANNONEXTRA S
fie dining room. After dinner < put in the refrigerator for five 1 The successful bidders were W. ;
he had lived in
County HEAVY 5 f
sted awhile,-then took a ridee i J minutes and they will come apart j IC- Powell of Starke, and Malcolm .{ ; :
Union County for: 0 years.Surviving W
river in the pickup truck. ;, When going shopping for a': Lewis of Brooker. .'are hiS. 'wife, Ruby; SHEET$ EXTRA THIRSTY
vere gone just an hour, so I I dress take along a hair net and I The Commission, according 'to Foil
two sons, Leo. of Myers, andCliff
[the switchboard lady to hold i put on your hair to save a messed j Union County Clerk Robert Drig- ; 'one
of Raiford: daughter BATHTOWELS
[ny ambulance calls until we j i up hair do. ;, gers, will use the timber proceeds "The Worlds Best + ,..
Jimmie Lake But-
brothers .
twq : ..
|ack. I also put a note on the 1 So many nice Christmas cards, ]: and other funds to make a' final Mrs. Juanita Mattox, Deland; Regardless of Price"WHITE --L\

Not a thing happened. Last :|I'and nice gifts from. our .children ($60,000 payment on the 1,020 Iler 1 and -S, P. Yarbrough, Rai .--. MUSLIN ex
[we.had twv deaths on Christ- i and my sisters. We opened them 1: acres purchased from the General v
o.ur' ''
ford; sisters Mrs. Minnie 81X108
iDay. (Christmas Eve Then we watched :Services Administration in 1958. F>O
Granger and Mrs. Ida: Moody, .
[morrow we are having com- TV. The evening, passed quickly The Commission paid -'$30tlOOI i Lake Butler; Mae Raulerson, '..; t
A young man and familya and happily. 1 the and to r
down on property was 'i
I Jacksonville; and Mrs. Myrtle $1.29
farm several miles from Our wonderful Editor sent me a have paid off the balance in $10- I $ <
I Sapp, Raiford; and four grand- '
I bookletwhieh.had; nice poetry and 000 annual installments.Clear j97W HE-MAN SIZE
i i many nice things to read and en- title tothe:' propel'ty. wasi I Funeral services were held in

I' joy. One poem expresses my one i needed, Driggers,said,so that the the Raiford Baptist Church, with 24X46
ILLIAMSEWELBY great belief in living so I am going Commission can deed a 500-acre I
( burial in Sapp Cemetery near
to, hare it with you. We can site to the State of Florida for I Raiford. ,
be happy in the fact that we are location of new State Prison 72X99 81X99
Christians and God stands with-'

in the shadow keeping watch above facilities.The timber is to be clean-cut, Mrs. Mary Brown, 88, 2For $ 50

lATCHES DIAMONDS I his own, yet when one sees except on the prison site where I Dies Friday Morning $ 57
I i drinking and people are unhappy some trees will be retained for $177
REPAIRSAll I and .death on the highways one's j I shade purposes: After Long IllnessMrs. _

: heart r is .touched. Here is the _
[ Work Guaranteed : .
Mary Tanner Brown, 88,
The is "God Give Me
poem. name iJOY" j Landowners Can Get
A. C. Williams of Starke, died
: I Friday morningat WASH CLOTHSCANNON
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142 W. Call St. I God give me joy in the common Seed For Wildlife I her home after all extended PILLOW CASES .

Starke Fla. things: | Food .At ,Low Cost .' ,illness.} .. .. .

i, In the dawn that lures:/-the eve1'j jI .. ; ; -.I, -6 Mrs." Tanner- was.. ..:.horn. .,. .. Nas- DAN RJ (ER, ,. :Each' 47 c FIRST QUALITY 2 For 25
that sings ;;'nrinWn" ..may'Iimv -* .. _..____ ,C
tIn ; Florida : REGULAR 19c & 25c
J' the new gl$& "j 1:' '; J OJ 1 '' andwas WHtJ '(V\t'3tI'H.!: '" ___4 m _.:Ie :- "" *
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obtaiirsee4 an4 seedlings 0oftheoa
rain, V a member t d r sin .
j jI *
I In the late wind's. wilcLatfid. weird, wildlifefood. : ;.plantings_ 1,$ .Baptist Church., _J
'PAYS TO '. *'. .'* cost price from the Game and1! S.uivl'vrng're' two daughters,
refrain; 1 ,_ .. ,
fade with SLADEBottled ""I I"IIn Springtime's spacious field Fresh Water-Fish Commission.' 1] Mrs Rachel Thomas and Mrs. BED 'SPREADS

of sold. Landowners desiring.such plant j Moria Klondes, both.. of Starke; RUGS
!''in the. precious light by winter four sons, A. Wilmont Brown,
] doled. ing materials: should immediately ..Raiford, and William T., A. Clyde,

GasIn 'I'God Rive me joy .in the rove of forward their orders to R.v.. I and Lacy M. Brown, all of Starke; .

( City) : friends I Murray. Game Biologist, Route 1, and a half brother, Bodge Davis, LUSTROUS, LASTING, LINT-FREE VISCOSE ALL VISCOSE S r. 'rY'lyyfF

In their dear home talk as -summer Chipiey.! Fla. Payment by check) Jacksonville; one sister, Mrs. Minnie ,
$6.50Gas I "ends \ II made out to the Florida Game I I Thompson, Miami; 22 grand- 0 FULLY ROLLER COATED NON SKID BACKS NON ALLERGIC
(and Fresh Water Fish children, 37 great grandchildren,
God give me joy in the tasks that sion should accompany commis-I and five great grandchildren. MATCHNG COLORS AND DESIGNS IN ALL SIZES CLOSELY TUFTED r''

Cost Less !; press Prices are $5 per thousand for I Funeral services were held at -
I In the memories that burn and 'Thumbergii lespedeza seedlings 751 2:30 p. m. Sunday in Hope Bap- q ,Y

han "Slade Gas" I bless. i iI cents per pound for partridge pea, tist Church at Theressa, with 21 X 36 87 C
I IIn seed, and 48 cents per pound for Rev. Curtis Harris, pastor of '
the thought that life has love. REGULAR $1.00 _
I I common lespedeza seed. I Spring Bank ,Mission, and Rev. DOUBLE BED OR

The Commission formerly distributed -i R. T. Williams, pastor of Beu- .
such planting materials :i lah Baptist Church, officiating. ; .
free of charge. However the Com : Burial was in the church cemetery $3.98 ,
mission has found that a better i: under the direction of De- 27 X 48 $187 I

MONEY quality of Wildlife planting, and I: .Witt C. Jones Funeral l Home. REGULAR .$2.98 _' _
a better usage of the planting !! Active pallbearers were Ralph

materials, will be accomplished if i Gainiey. Eugene Griffis. Willie ; ,f I S

WHEN I the materials are made availableat Green, Zenas Griffis, Pete Griffis, ,, '. $5O:

cost. The policy to charge a I and Ira Wilson. 30X60; : 87I For

cost-pince for planting materialswas I $2
c. recently set at a formal meeting Jerry Lewis REGULAR ;$3.98: _
ol the Commission. . .

r Information about plantingthe 'Cinder Fella Coming < J.. :. FOAMED LATEXPILLOWS
'' material may be obtained To Florida Theatre .
NEE : ,:: ,.. from the Commission or the State X* : '
..=.... I t $487
Soi1 Con ervation Service.
At Instead of the famed pumpkin REGULAR.$7:98.LUXURIOUS : .____________,_ .i. .
:; which was transformed nto a i /io IT Mayor's Court golden coach in the age-old fav- ,! "Extra Plump" size 18x26x6

I orite legend Cinderella,
'.. a bicycleis Percale cover with rust proof
'1 .. Demonstrating that the holiday changed into a fabulous auto- Iw1 : :

,I season. in Starke was really. quiet mobile to take Jerry Lewis to the S !: zipper.OUR .
LOANS TO $600For were the mere half dozen routine ball in the comedy "QinderFella" .:
cases to be heard by Mayor.-W. T. playing .:Sunday, Monday and ALERGY FREE ; REGULAR $4.98 Each

[Billy] Jackson in Mayor's. Court Tuesday at the .Florida Theatre.
Any Worthwhile Purpose Tuesday. Produced by Jerry'himself for

Fleming Leamon Sikes. failureto Paramount release "CinderFella". 't:5 i.O

yield the right of way and I co-stars Ed Wynn as the Fairy : : For
TAXES causing an accident, sentenced to : Godfather Judith Anderson as -

UNPAID BILLS a fine of $27.50 or five days in ''I the stepmother. Henry Silva and

MEDICAL EXPENSES jail.Willie Robert Hutton as the mean step-

,REDUCE CAR PAYMENTS: Mitchell, Negro, disorderly brothers, and Anna Maria Alber- \

CASH PURCHASES conduct, sentenced to a fine of ,ghetti in the role of "The Prin

ETC. $27.50 or five days in jail. cess.When ; FAMOUS COLONIAL TYPE
Lawrence Paul Pate, running a i CinderFella goes to the r

red light, forfeited bond of $12.50. j I ball he does some fancy stepping a .. WOVEN HEIRLOOM)
Granvel Harris, Negro, dis-I I to the music of Count Basie and ,

charging firearms in city for- I World Renowned Band, Jerry is y { 'a
Service With A
feited bond of 2750. t transported to the ball in style, -

Granvel Harris,' Negro disorderly when his bicycle is miraculously RAYON AND ACRILAN, MOTH RESISTANT .

: conduct by fighting, forfeited transformed into a $75,000 cus- t .. ALLERGY FREE EXTRA WARM EXTRA HEAVY
i bond of $77.50. tom-built automobile of pearl essence -.APPJQtjMATiaY 5-LB IN FINISHED

I Nathaniel Solomon, Negro, public and 24-carat gold trim, FULl SIZE 96 X 112
TV intoxication sentenced to five equipped with every known electronic 72 X 90 .
9.98 SOLD AT $10.95
STOP IN.OR CALLON J days in jail. able.I and radar gadet imagin REGULAR $6.98 For

to spend In this technicolor-with-music aL'\. _

(i ,.t In the faith In God at journey'send. I comedy, Anna Maria Alber- .

ghetti lends her ''voiced 1e 72X84 2 $-700 $7.88.
God give me hope that each day: For S
wearing diamonds valued at over REGULAR $4.98 i
: that springs: 1 50000. Whenever the star was
God give me joy in the common .
on the set of CinderFella'1 ..
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things. was acompanied by bodyguards.During : .
144 \\'. CALL ST. Written by Thomas Clark. A.i her lunch.hour and after : .
Happy New Year, and God- bless..I work ,tne'''\ jewels were locked away =
[Ph WO Starke Fla. you every one!! in the studio vault. '

Mother, LURA ,

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1- &v v,ftT Mrs. J. W. Lee of Atlanta, Ga.

t ;, 81. E1 Is spending several weeks .with htorN o.ri

-Frevatt Mrs: H. L. Brownlee and Mr. and 16F fr t

! years Mrs. Jimmy Chasteen.Mr. .

P6t4 are and Mrs. V. O. Bridges
When it comes o getting bait
and have returned from three weeks axe Handle
t .IIJ for that long- waited fishing He
Mr. visit with Mrs. Bert Lee in Seff- 18:
i trip, there are two schools of a single
lli11iE NWiT '
In ner.
thought., Opinion is sharply divided -
Mrs. Sarah Hunter, daughter, between the "diggers" and ar _. rly morning
',- .. Sonia and son, Theron spent last fu fita
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week I week in Atlanta with relatives. "grunters. ; "to '11t- \
I: .*sd Mrs. C. J. Houpt spent :Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Davis and New- Sonia left last Wednesday for As- Now everyone knows what a -- .;rf tf eying the <,lt>
..r- ".::s wt:>:lrnd with 1\1%'. and Children of Blackshear, Ga. wereMonday digger is. He's the unimaginativeand wh ;.>.
.L. W.oj; Mckland, Jr. and visitors of Mrs. Daisy bury college, Wilmore, Ky. unscientific soul who, when have tossed
the A3/C W. E. Lawson, Jr. of
hLthu J in ': .amines, Ia. Ferryman and Mrs. Del Colley. confronted with the need for fish- as they
sis- Malmstrom AFB, Montana
'14v exec.a:He board of the Sgt and Mrs. R. W. Reese and spent ing worms, simply grabs the + V nether rt'JIO,
)tar .. Garuwj! Club met at the' children of Goldaboro, N. C. holidays with his parents, Mr. nearest hoe and goes to digging.But a bit of tei-nmcjj
W. .
Louis and Mrs. E. Lawson.Mr.
o* }. -s. J. D. Doyle last holiday visitors of Mrs. Adam the grunter is the true you know
)::.. ,y '(rlino.I Green and family. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman "artiste" of the worm world. No ,
are "
I 'Ttr
family and Mrs. Beatrice Brannen returned -
'i' j ii Fields spent Thurs. Misses Jackie Colley and Judy prosaic, utilitarian grubbing in y veteran .
? t. jwth Mr. and last Wednesday after the soil for him-no crude hack- _
-y day : Dankel and Mrs. Geraldine Grif- to
: way ke
I Irs, ,. :, L. Tanner in Bald- fis attended the Inaugural Ball Green spending Asheville N.Christmas C. week in ing-away that sometimes resultsin r. -k r is to notice ie

I_ ;".ior.v.il1e. .. in Mr. a crime against wormd m- -?
Tallahassee. Monday evening. Friday Mr. and Mrs. John Deas and 4 ; coming up 'vn!
.i.'s. G. P. Dover of cutting a nice, juicy wiggler completely
Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shatter andMr the most
daughters of Lake spent $itv <
-or, .-c !'aie were holiday and Mrs. Paul Meng City in two before it has a s Which ve.
: ue_ Mr. a.1dtrs.. F. F is New Years day with Mr. and chance to adorn the business end F
hosts to eight couples at a New Mrs. E. W. best, drive vt)'
his j Hayes.
liiHa_ Years Eve party at Keystone AirPark Mr. and Mrs. W. of a fish hook. and most ;o
Wil F. Herlong
;..- Drapery Rods at Starke The grunter, humanitarian and r f
Dancing was enjoyed get a quart
spent Christmas week at Lake
Jat tfch fastidious soul that he is, simply .
; throughout the evening.
Harbor with Mr. and Mrs. Roy
,o t'S. CJj'de Tenville- Mrs. Walter Monch of Toledo drives a wood "stob" into the grunters say th

': t:,.;., ", L .!y were at St. Pet. Ohio is returning home today theE Layfield. ground and rubs across its top magic powers
at 313 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wingate of
rb: ., n last: Thursday and after two weeks visit with her with an old piece of iron (axe by iron qui
'rl"I -!Ling Mr. and :Mrs. have : Jacksonville were weekend guests blade will do nicely) sending :_
daughter, Mrs. Paul Meng and ; derla
of Mr. and Mrs. Jones.
mov ;
hart: p ., and Mrs. waves of vibration from stopb _
< )J s Clyde family. i least 175 Yea
W. Thy all visited Mr. and Mrs.
&"'" ..r.. Sr. They spent thee Mrs. Jettye Hazen of Gaines- on Charles through soil, causing nothing less down to the!

1ft: .. + Sanfordvith rela- \ille was weekend guest of Mrs. Godfrey in Jasper .on than panic in Wormsville. family heirloom|

[*es< A. 'E. Mrs. Sunday Titilated beyond endurance by t 2 he
McKinney.Mrs. I d|
says :
J Several members of the BHS
II '.r s. Don Championer I this earth-wave action, worms
Robert Bltgood, Sr. and one dsy'hi;
class of 60
High! enjoyed a reunion
, .- .Mirir Starke rela- Mrs. Bitgood, Jr. and daughterare of'l 1 party at Keystone Beach Wed- start surfacing to'see what the \ a cross c:
L' Years Eve Party. on fuss is all about, and the crafty
returning their home side bur
.: '".. S. Mullins and Hope Valley, R. I. ', nesday evening Dec..28. grunter has only to scoop them .. i.:... ?t..... /o- loose splinter
today after Haven : Judy and Sandra Hunt of St. I- t-.r.-,,'. '--" ,,'t ;:;....;..I ...:Al .\
: 1; -::ing relatives in weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. into a waiting pan and is on his the saw teeth

..a.I.. .' lloiidays. Julian McRae and Wesley Augustine spent the weekend with way to the fish hole with nary a TLe breUiers Uilliiigham, who help run a thriving fish bait like
family : Rip,
> I 1 their'grandmother, Mrs. .Henri- I Brad-BradBy Brad1 I
Mrs. Robbie Shaller entertainedfour asI I etta Hunt. bisected worm! ness in Starke, demonstrate approved method of "grunting began to 'era

eouples at a dinner party on .Mrs. j Mrs. D. J. Clark, of Tampaand Grunting, of course, has its I worms, K3 opposed to the less scientific method of digging for he puts it '
Dec. 28 nuances, just as every worthwhileart. "\1o
honoring Mr. Shallar's :
Ben3 3 Nancy and Dee Clark of Eau
s"i tirthday anniversary. I Gallie several Nowhere is the craft more topsoil under the midday sun.The and loud and the old boys going on f
are spending days
iOrlC Rev. and Mrs. R. E. MacBlaln F. M. this week with Mr. and Mrs. L. crafty than in Bradford County best time to go grunting, it come out of they hiding When I

ar were in Apalachlcola over the D. Green and where a fishing pole lurks in seems is early in the morning or If you don't have a was* an o'j
Walter family.
Christmas weekend visiting their Mr. and Mrs. Mack Futch attended every woodshed, and "how're the late in the afternoon-and preferably dy, another good place to who worked f<|

---, ( son-in-law aftd daughter, Mr. and J. T. the wedding of Miss Net-. fish biting?" is as common a after a good shower (of "is where there is some I I Ii i she wou

I : II Mrs. George Fortunas and family. tie Black to Charles Ozaki in greeting as "how're you. feeling rain, that is). or straw and in some I teach me ho

Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews attended were I' Lake today?" If you want to get really tech- where the woods has been :I She told rr|
New \
il, hH ear e the wedding of their Carnell Mrs. Midshipman City on Hank Years Graham day.returned Don't get the idea you can nical, you have the word of a veteran ed." Spots that are too I taught her ho

grandson, Dennis Mathews to 1 traipse out any old time of nightor Bradford County grunter too dry aren't worth the doubtle
to the U. S. Naval Academy
Miss! Sally Stillwell last Fridayat Mr. day and get yourself a mess that "when the wind is from the er's time, but old fields as a lit

'.. ,T. JAN. 7 Jacksonville Beach. Dennis, a sons and after, Annapolis spending, the Md. on Tuesday with of fishing warms, even with the west the worms come up good, haven't been tended for I I

former Starke resident and his his holidays I most carefully measured set of and when you see the birds feed- time, flat woods where pine worm grunt

.. Bcsh' Ve. ire Program bride will return to his base at of I :Mrs.parents.Bertha Fuller and Mrs. vibrations. Not so, friends. You ing on the ground and the red I! ber grows, or black dirt well have use,

t :.t Feature Peace Field. New Hampshire on E. gotta know where and when. heads flying from tree to tree leaf mold are apt to stone tied' to ,j
A. Rowton and children of Tallahassee
I Thursday where he is a Dental : son I Noel Coward, who doubtless you can grunt them up better." warding.As branch wit
1 i I Technician at the Air Force Base. :1 Hum-1'!t were weekend guests of never grunted a fish worm in his According to this earthy authority if .all this weren't hide.
I 3 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham.
SIXSHOOTINSHEDEVILS : After spending the holidays of ; Rev. and Mrs. H. E. life, once wrote a song to the effect it's as simple as this: enough, there are some even back at thf

with their parents, Tom Long', I children of Boyetteand that only "mad dogs and "Just get a old axe or tire iron refinements that been tend

qtr has returned to Officers Candidate visitors of Mayo Rev. were and Monday Mrs.- Englishmen go out in the midday and a good pine stob about two I amateur from the true with the wesj;

driving the : school at Fort Benning, Ga.. },Starke j H. O. Boyette. sun." And it seems that evena feet long and a old lard bucket sional grunter. While the the red hea
,I and Dave has returned to St. tfchg i lowly worm knows better thanto and get down by the swamp I I will simply go out and

YBStYilDl! Andrews School in Middleton, of I ]David Mrs. spent Eustis McKnight to and son. desert the coolness of his underground where it's wet and boy, go to !j, grunting in the most to limb-hap|

Dela. ;'! Thursday Monday habitation for the hot rubbin'. Get busy and grunt long ing spot, your grunter's !
:! with relatives !in Manning and

Ft4 i( Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier and Wilbur 1 Kingstree, S. C. cordance with the provisions of (540) feet to a point; run thence Charles A. Darby. within sigh
(:family have moved to Gainesville : Section 336.09 through 336.12. Flori- North one (1) degree East and parallel Clerk of said Eoard. from the date 0
? ta.k..tinsS where they have purchased da Statutes a public hearing will, to aforesaid Westerly boundary 1-5 I of tblll notice
a In The rirmlt Court Of The Eighth be held by the Board of County I I a distance of fifty (50) feet; run must be M
home. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rey- rela- .J""'.'n1 Cir'tilt Of Florida, In Commissioners of Bradford County, thence West five hundred forty state the place of
nolds of Saratoga Heights are And For Ttrndford County.In Florida, in the Courtroom of the ((540) feet to aforesaid Westerly address,.o
1r New Chancery Bradford County Courthouse in boundary; run thence South one (1) In County Judge' Court In must be sworn to
a renting the Rosier home at 671 No. 12-941 Starke, Florida, on Tuesday Febru- degree West along said Westerly For Bradford County his agent or nil
W Call St. Rndnev Hull Waterman:Plaintiff, ary 7, 1961 at 10:00 o'clock A. M. boundary distance of fifty (50) In re: Estate of Lester become void ac-
1 Mr. Mrs. and ve. Julie Irene Waterman, Defend- on the petition of Joe H. Green et feet to Point of Beginning.All ceased. '
and Harry H. Rabb, AFB, ant. al which petition was spread upon interested parties may appear I NOTICE TO CREDITORS I960.
Jr. and family are moving to NOTICE OF SUIT the minutes of a meeting of said and be'heard at the time and place All creditors of the
4/wrrlb W A aadMraa Marianna today where of To Julie Irene Waterman Round Board of County Commissionersheld above specified. Lester Kite deceased,, are of the Estate of
Mr. Rabb 7'1 Hill Road Greenwich Connecticut.You on January 3, 1961 requestingthat Dated {his January 3, 1961, notified and required to file
has accepted a position with the are hereby notified that a said Board close and abandon (OFFICIAL SEAL) claims or demands which they on January Ii
(I Gillis Insurance Agency. E. E. complaint for divorce has been filed those portions of an unused County Board Of County Commissioners have against said estate in ,.
ut1aw gainst you by Rodney Hull Water- road hereinafter described and renounce Of Bradford County. Florida. I I flee of the .county judge of Brad"I 1-5 4t 1.2JJI"
Stan Reddish, son of Mr. and ; and nan In the above named court andrL'3h0 and' disclaim any right of -.
,"MrsDrew Reddish, has the rebpy required to serve a Bradford County, Florida, and the .
.7 -T. ; } or your answer orothfToleadinar pubjierln. and..,, tAr the laps:, ding
mumps. within said portions of said road;
'f of to paid romphlnt on the Plaintiffs -
t : .;; : Mr. and Mrs. Randall Chism attorneys undersigned, and to said portions of'said road being described : # ,
: Lake
:1) 'f' follows
) 10 as :
rand children Robert file the original of your answer orntFer
: and Crawford pleading in the office of the A strip of land fifty (50) feet
I were in Folkston. Ga. on 'Cleric of aid Court, on or before wide lying In the North half (N%) ---- -,-- -- .
tyN Sunday visiting Mr. Chism's stepmother of February 6, 1961, failing which a of Northwest quarter (NW%) of NO ,,; .BUT, "bMDEAR I V j jh jI PLEASE,MOMMAf y4'CAN
Northeast quarter (NEVi), of
days dprr" pro confesso will be taken 1
Mrs Klzzie Chism, who npiinst vr>u. tion 15, Township 7 South Range! US KIDS, 00 a IT 00 HOUR MARKETS d

<{, in he hospital there. Mrs. Mr. 1'tt..iI IT Starke Florida, this De- 22 East, Bradford County, Florida NORACB.1 AFTER NOWWeekend ?
visit I'pn-hpr ::10. 191:0.IOFFTi"'TH I and being more particularly described HERyAC City tubs
MARIE WINDSC2 r-lusm is getting along nicely and SEALCHATtLES as follows: : AIN,
RICHARD RO:"\ .. holi- Commence at the Southwest cornerof
expected home this A. DARRY HORASE:
CARlABAlEfiDAJACKIE |lIS of Clerk of the Circuit Court said Northwest quarter (NW%) ; .,; ;, MeatMarRtfecu
COOGAtf Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymondand Pradford C"untv Florida.Ry of Northeast quarter (NE i) and
I*ALLAN NIXON ( Mrs: M. H. Lang spent the Marian'L. Crosby run thence North one (1) degree
of ... East along the Westerly boundary
first of the week with Mr: and
FONTAINE guests PFYVOTDS thereof a distance of seven hundred
Mrs. Ralph Alvarez at Boynton Past OfflfO POX 468 twenty-seven (727) feet to a point; !
thence East distance of seven $
Viln run a ;
11"! South street
Beach Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Strick-
\'"MM O \IooocIIIIlllAllllQ.lIDIfU..I. I of In Gainesville. Florida! hundred ninety-three and six tenths
a.--.oa..IWIPIQI. u."TI--M I, land at Belle Glade, and Mr. and Wed I 1.5 4t 126OTirr (793.6) feet to point of beginning;
South degrE'eWE'at
I (1)
run thence one
4'.J. L. :Mrs. R. L. Alvarez at Fort Myers.Mr. and parallel to aforesaid
1 a:m. ]' eaturee W. S. F
and Mrs. Joe Sanders of We terly boundary a distance of
Valdosta, Ga. weekend \ : or T\Trvrrov TO 21\8.5 were
of nrfii Trn pirTirrors VMIK Ea't.a.. distance of fifty (50) feet
i|guests and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mrs. I Xottpc i hrr"hv given that the I to a point: run thence North one (1)
I I Smith of Charlotte N. C. were I II I II undersigned! under the provisions ,, decree East and parallel to afore-
f Way- of Chapter 20 !9") Laws of Florida, I i I iid Westerly boundary a distanceof
j Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs I guests lets of 1!>41. will register with the two hundred sixty-eight and five Beef Sale!
:' Jesse Newsome. flfrk of the Circuit (ffturt in and tenths (263.5) feet to a point: run
tilt for TSrartfnrd County upon proof of thence West fifty (50) feet to Pointof
fr I Bobby and Steven Simmons and i TniMicat! of this notice the ficti- Beginning, and ,
Miami were visiting friends here I t mi" mme of TILUE TAVERN. un- A strip of land fifty (50) feet
bMPr.w caj uw noY..wpi4.ui I last week. for dor wliich I am engaged in business wide lying in the North half (N%)
rf..arltesa.aoas.r Stith II :it 20"( !) rrowple" St. Starke.! Florida. of Northwest quarter (NW%) of ROUND
Famine S' tr1Jnk, 2ft9 Brownlee Northeast quarter (XE10 of Section
loon A Il, m in a Role Wash S> Starke, F''l'lrla. sole owner. 15, Township 7 South Range 22
>, the' Dated this 2'th day'of December East Bradford County, Florida and lb. 69c STEW C
WATCH FOR spent I County A' T>. ,1"Florida.RO; lit: Starke. Bradford being follows more: particularly describedas STEAK )

BIN* MON. TUES.JAX. 1 A Mr. 12.29 4t 1.19
Commence at the corn-
er of said Northwest quarter (NW LB.
8, P, 10 SWARMINGmm of j Vi) of Northeast quarter (NE, )
:.t..... JI I! NOTICE OF HEnr\O ON and run thence North one (1) degree ALL MEAT RIB-
'" .& > days PilTirrov FOR CLOSING AND East along the Westerly
\' << ':' 1'TT"'t.. H.I ABANDOVMEXT OF UNUSED boundary thereof a distance of seven .

L ...... :- 1i UNPLATTED STREETS hundred twenty-seven (727)thence feet Easta to STEW lb. SSe STEM
-1( -JERRY TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERT: Point of Beginning; run
3 You will take notice that in ac- distance of five hundred forty
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ANNA MARIA uThe ALBERGHETTI Princess"R I OR LET BETTER STILC:,,,: from and. J. A A MILK LB. 29c LB. 33c ,

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JAN. 11, 12, & 13 [ControlWHY I Ga. L Eggs Bread ,

jbieeVorlds\ of yf tf k were and Ice Cream 1b 1 Ik .OOti

Mrs. Cheese SAUSAGE MEAT 39c or for $ .

Gulliver ....:: -- Cottage "
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low to fee! 99

In. Super Dynamation fit os o fiddle Orange JuiceS
Our milk's the
[arnag. T\e. in Matthews, of that riddle.!

ulorrou and June Thorn- en-
fAIl f where '
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6- b III # > .. Chaucer yo& by Stuart V Lanter In be entered against you for th.' 't
I Case' X IZOXsStuart the above named Court and cause, lief demanded in tha complaint.
, V Lant r Plaintiff! v!". and you are summoned Mamie Lanter. alias Mr ,\. \\ ..
III reqtiireii! tilt iti -nanwi ( consecutivev.i
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DefendantXt ,, .
I htfiist to fnf i "ni- 1.5. n Bids& :.il f uniy 'reldgraph.
' tEl In The Name TlCE Of OK SfJT 1)lainin said cause iu the nffitef : ':ojjinif n. ing 1) '''(,llI er $2,
The st.ite of .
the undersigned Clerk of M'd t' .un 1'0" .
: 1\
'{''' M'mi !.'lntt'.,. al'r.Ts" Mrs, nl Stdrk, Plitridd, un or before, the 1Ytntsstn: ) hind and the 8fal .Of
\ JJrd day of January, 13t(U, ai said Court ,
Williams! whose at Staske Florida this
residence .
r is 41: .r\e 'i thereof, HoIIis V.
a ty ty fn ,
I I.L HIh Street Pelt'rl'hul'J1rgn.a.. : ..; Knight plaintiffs! attorney whose H "mllf>r, 21 1. I9fi:IJ; -
You (rJP.'tT CO1'RTt'harles SCAD
are hereby nut'fled that i .>"0r.-s !II p O. I.IK I S42, Starkr,
,:l suit in ; .
ya Moot1 f'luitin
*hhl1! the relief Florida, \ Darby
on "r before said date as
... Sought is ,
divorce CA"1'k f wtid Circuit Court
.-- .A.l ro. ft. IT and 'mtodof re "i r d' '> !I.i't' t".1! 'iand : i> f
Helena Lavon Lanter 12:!-!S 4t i-1:
minor child! Rules of Court. If :you fail to
Rance Thomas Mrs. H. L. Brownlee'Given : __- .-. aa --___ -? -_. q-.

p Family Reunion !!' Luncheon In :,1 r
Held New ear's Honor Of
;t i I Birthday i I I1p .
i '
Ia tI, / br
The Rance Thomas, family reunion -I I Mrs. Jim Chasteen gave ft surprise

I was held New Year's day I I birthday luncheon last Fri- ; ;kr / .

r at the home of Mrs; Wilbur Nettles day for her mother Mrs. H. L. 1 .

261 South Orange street. : Brownlee.A ,.

The families of the following| blue, white, and pink color ,. ? ,
enjoyed the affair: from Staike, j, motif was carried out in the : ,

f \V. D. Thomas and E, E. Tanner; party decorations at the Chasten I

from Jacksonville Ovid D. Thomas home on N. Cherry street. ,, .

r David Osteen Mrs. Rance The buffet luncheon table was a.d 1
t I
Thomas and Mr and Mrs. Thomas covered with a white linen cloth ,

r Hires; from Green Cove with blue embroidery. Centeringthe

Springs Delma R. Thomas; from table was an attractive ar- '..

Y Lake Butler Wendle Nettles; and ': rangement of white and rose .1.1I.
... I
1e from Largo, Julia Nettles. I I chrysanthemums flanked by blue .. T _: t 1Zt .. : rl \J 6 : ,.. '
candles. The birthday cake was
I Four of the f Beta Smith's New Home
8 Sigma :: iced in blue and! white. I
I shown and with their hostess. Left j
are relaxing socializing
To Meet Mrs. Chasteen was assisted' by ; Scene Of Informal party i!
Monday Mrs. J. L Stith in serving the 12 to right: Sle.e mat d.ng, Henry Hal I, Visa Smith, Barbara Blanken-

The Beta Phi guests. Holiday PartyMiss sliip: and Benny Williams.
Sigma sorority
I Special Offer For Students j 1
a 1 I
will meet Monday evening at 8 I
Brooker Couple Shi Ann Smith was hostess J
o'clock) at the home of Mrs. Frfe.i! I I i
t I, i at a delightful holiday' party I The party was held In the recreation cloths and magnolia leaves cov- :
nan Register Jr., 134 E. South | To Celebrate (
St. :! I last Friday evening at the Smith's room which was attractively eted the refreshment tables. 1 j
with Mrs. O.V. White. Jr. as I
co-hostess. j I Golden Wedding new home at 905 W. Madison j decorated with magnolia Among the 50 guests was Miss ( -

I I street. 'boughs and leaves. Pink linen Cheryl Mussler of Jacksonville. |I Famous z:
I Mr. and Mrs. Herman L. Har- t
I I I rell former Brooker residents I! Southside PTA 1200 Attend First Wesleyan Guilds To

l.i \: I will celebate their Golden 'Wedding -!i Talk ESTERBROOK i
; !I anniversary on Sunday Jan. Hears On New Year's Dance Entertain WSCSThe '

1C 15 from two to five o'clock at i: Library Services Of Country Club .1
Wesleyan Service Guilds ;

1Is MOTHER IS <>O 1 j their Mr.home and Mrs.near Harrell LaCrosse.who have !; An interesting talk on library Members and guests, numberingmore I Units 1 and ,2, will Fountain Pens %: -- ,
the entertain'l
members of
HAPPY LOOKING'I i''lived at their present address I facilities and services highlighted. than 200 in all, enjoyed the :
Is Isr i 'I for the past 46 ![ :a meeting of the Southside I first annual New Year's dance I at a'Country Style party : _
I years were marlied Plus Tax
SINCE' WITH(GAS SUE j evening Jan. 10, at 8 o'clock in j With Anv Point I
I I on Jan. 15, 1911 in Brooker Elementary School PTA held in I II given by the Starke Golf and I Methodist Fellowship Hall. Members | ;
DOES THE COOKING Mrs. Harrell is the daughter of j the cafetorium Tuesday night. A Country Club in the USO Saturday I
and guests are asked to dress i
Joe W. and Sarah Hague Barry i panel composed of Dr. Florence night Dec. 31. i iI
/ and Mr. Harrell is the son of Joe ''Jennings, Mrs. Junius M. Smith, I A color scheme of red and appropriately. I Of Your Choice t

9 W. and Dorrah Cone Harrell all and Mrs M. W Cressler explained white was used in decorating the I I
Cash ,
: I paid for good titan cot*
I residents of Bradford County.No that Bradford County is partof stage, and multi-coloied balloons ton No Khaki jrool i
rags. or
+ II invitations are being issued I the Santa Fe Region and that were used throughout the hall. Brine to Bradford County Tele' (sterbrook Pens Regularly Sell For $2.95) :

i | but all friends and relatives of patrons here can select books not The committee- in charge of decorations :rapt!.

'1 000fige : the: couple are Invited to attend. | only from the Starke library but I included Mrs. W. H. Graham -i i I Points Available Shorthand, Bookkeeping General Writing'

I t I also from. the Gainesville libra- I Mrs. C. A. Knight Mr. and -- I .
Presbyterian Circles Mrs. Neal Lyon, Mr. and Mrs. I Student "
I{ ries.Mrs. REGI TFIt FICTITIOI'S. NAMEXotice Signature ? >b, and Others.
1 1 Cressler discussed the I( Robert Shannon Maurice Win- I i"! heresy given that the !I
To Meet Tuesday i i undersigned, under the i
of Starke
growth and Southside
o and R. H. Mclntire.
1 of Chapter :20,933! : Laws of Florida, I IsAtts I
:Elementary School l libraries and Hats, noise makers, serpentine i of UH, wllregister\ with tht .

i Women Circles of of the Church the Presbyterian will meet proposed new legislation: this !, and confetti were distributed just Clerk for Bradford of the CUiniit County Court upon In receipt and."'

year. Mrs. Smith spoke of the before the new year was usheredin : of proof of publication of this no- I : NOTEBOOKS c. I
next Tuesday as follow r
'i ,
: i the
tire fiitftfntts
work being done to inform the at 12 midnight. Music i name of SLADE
Circle! 1, Tuesday morning at provided GAS OF STARKE, under which we'':
public of needed legislation, and the Skylarks Orchestra. are, in !
by enraged Im.'iiips at 322: W.
9:30: o'clock at the home of Mrs.
discussed many phases of the I I, Madison St., Surke, Florida. i Red and'Whitewith .
Charles Schmitt. John Charles Sawyer, P. O. Tox52C 4 Fn
Circle 2, Tuesday morning at program. Dr. Jennings summed ;'[Garden Club Hears .Starke, Florida and Joanne K. "BRADFORD HI" ,
up the information and spoke j I Sawyer, P. O. lox :526.i Starke.; .
9:30: o'clock at the home of Mrs Florida sole owner .
j. V. Harden. briefly about the Bookmobile now'| Discussion About I Dated this 22nd day of DecemberA Printed on Cover Plus Tai i
serving this area. : D. 1960 at Starke Bradford
Circle 3, Tuesday evening at 8 The room count was won by ,; Landscape Gardening ',County, Florida 12-22 4t 1-12. ,
o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ru C i __
dolph Sink. Mrs. Norman Allen's room. !j| George T. Hnggins and )[rs. I

I R. F. Young presented a program I: Reg lOc Crusader Notebook
3 for 25c
Recent Births 'svnd,!! open discussion on landscaping |!I AR I : Paper t
and the present care of yards, I i: ,
: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Woodcf FLA. I
gardens shrubs, and flowers at |
DIPLOMA : Hawthorne announce the birthof tthe Starke Garden Club meeting, i I i I I, Reg 25c Composition Books20c each 1

: ] a son on Dec. 29, Maternal Tuesday evening at the Episcopal.i Sun.-blon.-Tues., Jan. 8-9-10 I :

| grandparents are Mr.* and Mrs Parish House. Miss Dorothy Ross, j 'T .
) Heroes Die Young! .
To 'get a decent job today (and especially tomorrow I A. J. Thomas, Sr. of Starke.: 'I] program chairman, presented thei V" ',
.. : Starring: Erika Peters, Scott Borland r
)=you must hale a' high 'school diploma! i speakers.
Bradford County Hospital an- The i and Robert Getz. f .- .
i meeting was
pre- | '
To get a job promotion (or a raise)-you must havea j nounces the following births: : sided: over by the prJsident.frs.. WALTER WAGNER j .

high school diploma! !' Mr. and Mrs. Howard Register -, M. F. Hazen. Miss Clara Leaman I I i Presents ',' 1I :,SEE IT! tRY IT! i Id :

-- Sr., Starke, a son Daniel gave the devotion. Mrs.; Leo H. "TULSA"Color .

To be admitted to many technical schools or colleges I' Phillip, Dec. 28. i Hebert was voted into the club asa !I By TECILN'ICQLOR i ,
:Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Elder new member. Mrs. volunteered j Starring Susan
must have high school diploma! Young Haynard, an
-you a .'
I tarke, a daughter, Cynthia Mar- to serve as delegate i Robert Preston. '

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE BRADFORD COUNTY lene. Dec. 31. chairman from the Garden Clubon Plus Color Cartoon ,...,... a$, ..f ,
Mr. and Mrs. Spurgoon Massey, the newly formed Civil De- I .
Lawtey a daughter. Susan Kath fense. commission. Wed.Thurs., Jan. 1112I ..__ :
CLASSES. Register Now. Classes begin Jan. 3, 1961. I 4 .
teen, Dec. 31. j An outline of the Spring Plowjer I I i Walk Like A Dragon .1 I

Negro Adults:. See Principal Eddie Thompkins, RJE Mr. and Mrs. Robert Norman, show tentatively scheduled for,1!I i Starring: Jack: Lord, and Xobu FASTEST ., I

High School, Starke Lawtey., a son, Richard Gerald, the third week in April was pre- McCarthy. '.

Jan. 3. sented by the Flower Show The Enchanted Valley _
I j com
White Adults: Contact L. H. Gibson Adult Educa- !.
mittee. Starring: : Alan Curtis and Anne PORTABLE '
ton! Director, USO Bldg., Starke Gwynne. r, ,
Altar SocietyTo I The hostesses served a dessert 1 | .w

The new term will run through May 25, 1961. $2.00 Meet Tuesday course during the social hour. Plus Color !Cartoon :'i '1, TYPEWRITER I

registration fee per course. I. Fri.-Sat., Jan. 13.14 I : h (,8
St. Edwards Altar Society will 1 Barbara Blankenship SEK 1001 Sensational Thrills! ,_ _
meet Tuesday evening, Jan. 10, at I' You've Never Seen Before And
OUTSIDE BRADFORD COUNTY MAY PARTICIPATE 8 o'clock in the Parish Hall. All Is Hostess Ate Absolutely Authentic! IN THE ,

(Clay, Union, Baker, and other counties.) books:; on the stolle should b ,New.Year's Eve Party BORNEO JS 6 L i i0JJii
.4'a _
turned in at this meeting. J y
r Miss Barbara Blankenship was Land Of TheDEVILBEAST WORLD ,

hostess to 12 coupfes at a New' .
: '
I Year's Eve party held in the + j
The Greatest! All-Thrill Show of
{1 Florida room of the Blankenship
The Community State Bank of. Starke, home on N. Church street. All-TIme! z ,

The hostess was assisted by Africa-The Mysterious -

Starke, Florida. Carol Ward Betty Lou, Wainwright CONGORILLAPlus

I and Susan Slade. .
I t. Color {Cartoon

,... *' Statement of Condition December'. 1960 I I I EASYI I.



and due from banks ___$ 405,239.48 Deposits ------________________$1,761,127.77 i I YEARS AHEAD FROM

U. S. Government securities ____ 976816.88 'Unearned Income ------------- 42,040.57 NEW :

Capital Stock ______________ 100,000.00 I IN STYLE.SPEED..SPIRIT ,
Loans and discounts _____ 775140.66 N .

Surplus.. ______.:_________ 40,000.00Bank New '
furniture and fixtures 22,559.44 and Used Cars Here's a portable that's ALL NEW inside t

--.-- Undivided ,Profit ___;________ 30310.65 and out! Galaxie gives better typing with. less ,

effort than Trace its modern lines.
Other 'resources ______________ 1,718.99 Other Liabilities _::__j..________ 7996.46 C ever before. ..
: HAVE MOVED Try its responsive touch. You'll see why the .

Bills Receivable __:-__?_____ 200000.00 t i Smith-Corona Galaxie] is everything you ,ever "

.t i ,, j wanted in a portable.
From %, ',
-1" J Total ________ ___2181475.45 Total _____________$2,181,475.45 .
: 482 North Temple AvenueTo -, .'

1 : from S.r.Iil:Corona .

,, I with every Sm il'n-Caro n p F o rte b le. A ,
';! .;; M ;' ,y P : complete touch typing course .; on

1 ,-',, ; :Member\ of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. ', ', THEIR NEW LOCATION : .b records! e l+ CI VAIUE .

Checks Paid .at Par through Federal Reserve System .. +r,
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.,y,."................,. guests of Mr, and .-- THURSDAY JANUARY 5, 1961
I Mrs. 'LloydBarry. -
family In Jacksonville. Patricia Jones returned home with ...Y..T...... W VYYY.VYV.YiyyYY ------
i Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Crews and Mrs. Morgan to visit for a couple .y..yy eager i A. S. C: G. T- Huggins. fense planning under the general

BROOKERBy ( Brooker Post Office DedicatedThs : children of Lexington, Ky. visited days. "I County Agent; Harlen R. Ellis guidance of the Chairman of the

new Brooker Post Office Mrs. Crews' parents, Mr. and Mrs. i I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norman i CLAY HILL PINE LEVEL Supervisor F. H A. and W. S.j USDA State Emergency Planning -

Shirley Greena4fuaaala4aaLA4AAAaa4 was dedicated Friday afternoon at W. H. Greeq., and other members ': ,M son. Ray visited Friday and Haas S. C. S have been appointed : Committee. The Committeewill
4 p. m Brooker Postmaster W. H. of the family during the holidays. I by Mrs. d. L. StrickbttiJ IBy( Geraldine to the U. S. D A. BradforjCoun' stand-by organization
Saturday Fender
with their and J' develop
son I .
l Hicks; introduced Master of .. -.. . ,
Cere- -r..a. '
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Priest Loraine | -aughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I, 1Kl }. Emergency Planning plans: for",a USDA County Dejfense -
!, mcniest Jess Davis A aaa aaaaa4a aaA Aaal, .Ji
Mr. and Postmaster :
Mrs. Schley DeLoachof and Lamar were New Year .C""'on '
Norman of Jacksonville. I. Toby Griffis and family from Committee. '
Board to :
be .
I activitated in an ,
Jacksonville spent last: Sur.:day I from Gainesville. Mayor M. O. guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. R Sum- I Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville visited his mother, We were glad .to seethe attend- : The USDA Ii i ; ,
with Mrs. W. T. Blair and Mrs. I II Harrell gave the welcome address, merlin in Lake City. R L. Reddish and son, Keith and Mrs. Irene Padgett during tha{!jance up In Sunday Sdioil: and County Emergency tmergencyupon( determination -of ;

W L. Douglas. .' I James Quincy cf Gainesville represented Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon Massey 2\ :r. and Mrs. Freeman. Crosby Christmas holidays. :Church from last Sunday. I: Planning Committee will be responsible the Secretary or the declaration.cf .... ", .

Mr. anj Mrs. Dave Green visited i Congressman D. R. ale the proud parents of a daughter were. Mrs- Delories Carmichae! Susie Padgett of Clay HU? spent Dr. W. r... had Uio..0.n, an in- I for pre-emergency de- a civil defense e merg encyt i a,.. "- M t

Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green (Billy) Matthews at the dedica- Susan Kathleen born Decem- I,and her sons-in-laws and daugh- :.a ,few days recently] with; her- spiriag/message ,Sunday moining: i.I r _. ._ ._ __ __ "t ... :.; .-. .{,
: ? .
and Mrand Mrs. Alex Williamsin tion. Royal O. Womble. field service ber 31 in Bradford Hospital.Mr. I i tens, Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Harley daughter, Vina Martin and family -: and night. ;. I' .. '-- -- _.fa. "

Jacksonville Sunday. I officer for the Post Office and Mr Paul Dinkins visited '1 and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Beach in Lawtey.: 1!: Mr. and Mrs J. W. McRae AMBULANCE SERV'lCFPHONE I

Mrs. Ruth Atkins of Bell and i''Department in Jacksonville, gave Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burton in i all of Jacksonville. Mr. and: Mrs. Charles Corbett : spent New Year's Eve visiting Mr.I I

Mrs. Barbara Summers of High the dedicatory speech. Special Jacksonville on Saturday. The two Visiting with the Frank Normans and family of North Carolina .: and Mrs. Barney Eggars and.: r : WO 4-2600

Springs visited Mrs. Florence 'guests that were introduced by men attenjei the Florida-Baylor Sunday afternoon were Sited Ruth's mother, Irene Pad- family in Jacksonville. I!i! DeVVitt C. Jones Funeral HomeDeWiU

Varnadoe Monday. Hicks and Davis were: G. E. football game at the Gator Bowl. I: heir son-in-law and daughter. gett of Clay Hill during the Mrs. H. M. McRae visited her' '

Mr. and Mrs. Florence Mintz Green, contractor of the new Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee!Massey j Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Reddish and Christmas holidays. daughter, Mrs. Robert Taylor for I C. Jones Registered Funeral') Director. / I Y 1

and son and Mr. and Mrs. Royce I building. Sen. Charley E, Johns Randy and Penny of Tallahassee ) daughter, Keran of Eustis and Lila Lang is recovering nicely : two weeks at Raiford. |i ii Starke, Fla. '. I a

. Gainey of Jacksonville were visit- I of Starke, Rep. Arch Thomas, Jr. spent Tuesday and Wednesday 'Monday visitors were the Norman's from her attack of pneumonia.We i, Mrs. J. W. McRae and Mrs. H. |

ins friends here Monday. of Starke T. B. Pinholster, retired with Mr. and Mrs.\. A. E.i son and daughter-in-law, hcpe she will soon be "up 'to M. McRae visited Mr. and Mis. : i Rental Serdce: Hospital Beds \yheel) Chairs, Crutches

Visitors of Mrs. Doshia Pres- Postmaster of Brooker who Massey.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Norman of par" again. ;: M. J. McRae of Starke. | -

cott last weekend were: Mr. and serve:! from 1933 to 1957 T. W. and Mrs. Frank Williamsand Jacksonville. Nellie MacLensie of .Tacksonville '! Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Glisson of i ,

Mis- Clyde Prescott and son of Markey, retired Rural Carrier : children of Gainesville were I' Sunday visitors of Mr. and well known in Clay Hill as Starke and Mr. and Mrs Otis'i'' .

Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Bazarof I who served from 1924 to 1958. visiting Mrs. Ed Durban and sons I Mrs. Freeman Crosby and Mr. and Nellie Adkins and family spent Browning and family visited Mr. "We eliminate the middleman's profit

Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Paul i Mrs. Mana Wiggins and Mrs. Sunday.Mr. Mrs R. L. Reddish and son Keith Christmas weekend with relativesin and Mrs. W. E. Ferguson and fam- '
Prescott and family of Wimena, i Lone Tomhnson. former postmasters and Mrs. Jack Brassell and i ily Sunday. J
were their nephew and niece. Mr. Gainesville. Her son, Cecil whois ; One
I Quart
and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Fowler! and Mrs. Amanda Lewis, children of Jacksonville spent and Mrs. Archie Carmichael and in the Navy, was home on fur- Miss Goldie Thomas of Biooker'!| F R E E With Each ftfor
and family of Starke. who has been a clerk in the Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Truby i! children of West Palm Beach. lough. spent Sunday: with her Grand! : Gallon ,
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Hall and Brccker Post Office for several Wainwright. j i Mrs. S. T. Shultz and childrenof Walter Earl Gene Lang and ;, patents. Mr. and Mrs. H- H. Lewis. One you buy. i ?\
daughter. Patricia were the supper years. The National Anthem was Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Danny Activities To Attend ;
Hamlet N. C-, were house families and< :.Clarence Lang, spent < :fJ si,
guests of Mrs. Amanda: Lewis led by Rev. L. L- Parker, the invocation spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I guests of her uncle and aunt Mr. the Chrlstmai:holidays with rela- Remember the youth Fellowship i Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.98 Gal. 4 a :

Sunday night. was /given by Rev. James Leslie Phillips and children in and Mrs. Freeman Crosby from tives in Jacksonville and Clay Meeting will be held at Magnolia n.
Mrs. T. W- Markey apd Mrs. Temple and the benediction by Callahan. Baptist Church in Branford this'
Wednesday through Saturday Hill. Clarence, remained in Clay MARY I
Pitt Baxter visited Mr. and Mrs. Rev. Joe Roop. Mrs. Leona Edwards spent the last week. She and the childrenalso Hill ',p Friday night. CARTER PAINT STORE se \

Irvin Dyal in Graham Monday /'New; Year weekend with Mr. and visited with other relativesof Mrs. Bessie Strickland went to Rev. Alton Dobbs, pastor of the 501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville Fla. FR 67588I '
...".....".............. I : Piin-
afternoon. .
I :. Mrs. B. W. Tucker and children the community. Tampa with )her daughter Jo Ann New Berlin Baptist Church in' ,>
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Brannan ;i-in Fernandina Beach. Reddish Jacksonville will bring the mess- ,
A'WTFV\ \ t: Mr. and Mrs. George Lang, whe "she returned home. 1he
| and daughter of Palatka visited.I! / 1: Friends: of Mrs. Bessie Crews! and daughter, Mrs. Janice Mc- She will":-remain for a. short visit. age Sunday morning and evening !' no\.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and: I 1 I will be pleased to know that she I Clellan visited Monday of this Our last,visit to the hospital to at Pine Level Church. Everyone the

family Sunday. I By Enza Rlanchard !i iI i I lis at home again and much im- : week with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie see Jim 'St 'Strickland, he was get- is invited to attend. hi 1

Mis. W. E. Bigham, Ji. and I .---.Y................. :!! proved after several weeks in the II Gaskins of Avon Park. ting along very well. doeit :

daughters Mary Jane and Pat. I ::- ho. pital. Well guess thats all for thistime. We were sorry to l learn: of Hubert a

visited Mrs. Jean Douglas Thurs- I! The Lawtey: Parent Teacher As- Mrs. John Brown had all of her j bye now.HAMPTON. Padgett's house burning re- punwall
j t'i
day afternoon in Alachua General ''sociation will meet in the school children and grandchildren with ,: .,
cently. We understand he is living >, '. rI' I' ." ,)it
Hospital in Gainesville. -j cafeteria: Tuesday evening Janu- her at New Year dinner. ,I W YYYYYYYVTVYTYYYYYYYYYr. with his daughter and son-in-law, < '. ',' ,>..,, .f. \\
Mrs. Lottie Edwards Is visiting :ary 10. Sunday guests of 1 ir. and Mrs. J,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lang of Donmt
Mrs. Ellen Barber and Mr. and 1 Appioximately twenty-five Edwin Padgett: were his father, !
1 j () l .
\ Hill
/ Clay at present.We t twe.
Mrs. Harry Edwards: in Jacksonville -I[ members of the First Baptist Herbert Padgett and Mr. and Mrs.I extend our deepest sym- 5 oua SO.l GUI STiIlGTI i .

I this week. Church joined in a fellowship and of Clay I I r.
Charles Lang sons
I- nathy to the familv of Pete Roys- to t
By Mrs. D. E. Hill Soil Conservation
MI s. Rosa Pinholster returned supper at the Pastorium Thursday Hill i *on, Mrs. Flora'Wi1kinson and We

home Sunday after spending: the '' evt'nin Each one attending Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Roberts! of s.A&a.aiaaa.a... *.... Mrs Alice Carter in the loss of. NEWSBy told
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Guy brought: a covered dish. These taI St. George, Ga. visited Mrs. Effie j Lord
their loved the
ones. May
Mr. tip i
; Mrs. Darrell Burkhart :
Pinholster in Jacksonville She gether formed feast which j
a was Miner during the holidays. I Bill Haas
lead and guide all in their be- : got i
and family of Perrine the
also visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilson much enjoyed. After supper a Mr. and Mrs. C R. Crews and' spent Soil Conservation Ser Ice
I Green and family in Jacksonville. and holidays here with Mr. and Mrs. rpavement. : dODIytar
pleasant hour was spent in singing Miss Vera spent Christmas ,
Our snn, Charles Fields:! ; and S I
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Land and favorite hymns. New Year weeks with Mi. and D. H. Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. Folks are still planting oats and i.
f mih'. who have been -
ani ? overseas
'I .
Lynn Hall.Saturday
[daughter of Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Shuford. Mrs. H. C. Crews awl children rye' for winter pasture. Felix Sapp masT
for 4 in the armedforcE's
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd :Barry- Mon- their the Hance Halls were years used the District's grain drill to <
daughter and son-in-law, and: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Woodard. i ilIrs. spent his furlough with ; fz .'
host for New Year's to Mr. and pam
| I plant oats.: Felix plans to cut the
day I Mr. and Mrs. Murrell Ferguson ; Mrs. Selma Eunice has leturn- will .
relatives in Jacksonville but
Lynn Hall, Mrs. D. H. Crawford 1 fromI
Mrs Eldon Hardy vand. daughter and Richard were visiting relatives ed from a two weeks visit with oats for hay if they turn out good.
I be stationed in Wyoming for his!
of Jacksonville cited> i! Mr. ;: and friends here during the Mr. and Mrs. T L. Barv: and children and children, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Crawford also used the
and Mrs. Lloyd! Barry: Monday. week. ] in Columbia. S. C Darrell Burkhart and children I new I District's grain drill to plant soms :

Mr and Mrs. John Bass: and Mr. and Mis. Walter Workman, Mrs. Ira Padgett of Perry( is Mr. Carl Jones; and Mrs. Debbie. '.......... ,............. ; winter pasture. He also used the ., ,

daughter of Gainesville were the : daughter. Carol and son. Dan ,: visitfn her son. Earlie Padgett Hall.Loren II fertilizer distributor to put out .
weekend of Mr. and Mrs. i Brown was taken to the J fertilize before planting the win-
guests ; were holiday guests of Mr. and
Sam Smith and Mrs. Mary Sue; Mrs. Paul Smith and family. Mr.i I I.1.i. University Medical Center In'"i ter crop. Felix also used the Dis-

Willingham. |Workman is Mrs. Smith's brother.'' Gainesville. Saturday for treat- trict's rotocyle mower to mow the .

Mrs. Beulah Baxter of Jackson-1 Mr- and Mrs Eugene Pearson family.TO1.RROP.r>t ment. Rv Ruth Griffis over growth on his fields before .

vile and Mrs. Carrie Ingram and and Donnie spent Friday to Wednesday }- I- 1 i .1 Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Campbell i;' .aLAsaaaaaaaaa..aaala :i turning them.J. .

Mrs Ovid Lewis and:! girls of with Mr. Peai son's aunt i iI I and family of Washington D. C., C. and Wayne Sapp were
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan had' I would like to take! this .
were holiday visitors here for two opportunity (to thank ,
troubles' when they'came
Starke Amanda having
were visiting Mrs. r.ni uncle Mr. and Mrs. Blythe the pump ,
Lents Monday afternoon.Mr i i Nabors in Simpsonville, S. C- They i j BT Mr. Ilnrv.>r 'hCntthvu1aaAAAAAAALAAAA&AL1' weeks with her parents, Mr. and I Holidays following: her as parents guests, over Mr. and the up to Bob Patterson's looking -; the people of Bradford County for the coM; '

Mrs. Lloyd Wood and : MrsJ.. B. Prevatt. I for a wrench. While working I ..,
and also visited relatives in Greenville Mrs. J. D. Mills and daughter dence given me during my tenure as your : :
Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill and chil-
W. E. Bigham, Jr. the J- C. remarked that
Mr and Mrs. Belton and Pelzer. S. C. on pump
1 I Howdy Neighbors, well the biggest ,, dren spent the New. Year's weekend Dorothy of Green Cove Springs, County Commissioner. My I objective hag been '
and family visited:! Mr. and Mrs. J'mmie' Eunice of Valdosta, Ga. is'that he was going to put some nitro-
Mrand Harold
Les Hardee Sr. in Jacksonville: spent Christmas vacation with' news around our house in Bradenton with Mr. and!' Mrs. Mulls Sr. gen to the rye he had planted. to 'transact all Business for the best interestof
and daughter and Mr. and
Harvey killed another deer I Ann
MrsGene Clouse and family. I :
Sunday: -1 I relatives here. '!, Saturday, a fine 9-point, which have Mrs. Harold Mills, Jr. and daughter. "That nitrogen will make that all the People of Bradford County. This I :1
I A. Cox
and Mrs. C.
and Mrs. Bryan Cornwall Wed-I t Mr. get-out-and:! rowh. said J. C. .. .....
Mr. j I Mrs. G. W. Durham spent ] rye M. .t-
and family of Columbus. Ga.were :''nesday and Thursday with her |I I makes two fot him this .-sea1 1 jI ikonr' to 'Miami to spend'several l Louie; all' JactejpmiUs 1Bt'ach tf'Ifwilfpay-td fertilize sour; winter -i* have{ .done to the best. t of my abilit)'. .
and Rev. Wilkerson
I son. His first deer a 4-point was and Edgar -- --- K
weeks with their children !
of Mrs. W. T. It will produce more
guests pastures.
the sister. Mr Joyce Futch. On .
|I! killed Dec. 3 and four weeks later' their families. i I of Lake City. ;1' :My sincere-wish .'"".,... ." ,
W. L. Douglas and glazing 'and organic material'toturn that Bradford'Cotfnty"
Blair Mrs. Thursday they visited their aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. H. of
I Dampier
he killed the big 9-point, a hunt- Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Griffin .
Billy Sunday night. Mrs J. L. Jones in Orlando. On I under. its People will '
I i': er's dream come true! Hunting spent the Christmas weekend in I'Jacksonville were visiting his the continue to Prosper, anti hope
Roxie Thomas of Pompano Miss' Stopped by J. R. Hixon '
Mrs. Friday Mrs. Futch and companions, Clyde Bradley and Stewart. Miss., with relatives and brother and sister Mr. and Mrs. that I may a ain be of service. "to .'' _
Fred clover you. .
Beach was the guest x>f the Elizabeth Terry were gusts! of other day to discuss pas- ..
Clyde's son Dale were with Har Ala.I I!|!R. C. Dampier Sunday. I '
also visited in Montgomery ; .
McDavid family Monday night. 'I ReEjg'l' Wilkinson Mrs. Wilkinson 'tures. He pointed: to one of his A I .
both occasions.Everyone : Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Eiland ; .
vey on Visiting at the V. J. Slades on -
Miss Diana Dukes of Lake But- and children in Lake City. fields and said. "I have a good .
of Palm visitedMr. ;:
Harbor :'
and sons
thoroughly enjoyedthe : Sincerely '
F. B. :
ier visited Miss Linda Green for{|i I I Holiday guests of the Frank j Watch Night Services held at | Monday this week were Mrs.Mrs.Chuck and Mrs. E. E. Triest and Mr. I stand: of white clover coming in .- ,1\: -
last week.Mr I! I Hall and: daughter that pasture." I'm keepin my
several days Cruce family and Mr. and Mrs.
j and! Mrs. Sidney Triest the
Heilbronn Springs Church Satur-1! : over HAROLD
Mr. and K.
and Mrs. Lloyd Barry were L. Starling and children were Mrl I Hansley of ; cows out of that pasture so that NORMAN. .' .k
of Mr. and Mrs. : day evening We wish to thank all Mrs. William Greene and: family, weekend.Mr. i will get a good start." ." .. .'. .0:'+.:f4y ,
the dinner guests and Mrs. Marvin Cruce of Augu- ; and Mrs. J. D. Phillips! and the clover :. .. ... '"\ ..
of our special speakers, singers i all of ;
Paul Greene
and Mrs. ,
I Jimmy Crosby in Starke Monday sta. Ga. Quincy Cruce returned '! ;i Mrs. Mildred Sapp, Office Man- ;
i' and our visitors for attending and i i Brunswick, Ga.; and Mr. and Mrs.J. son, Bill have returned home .
night with them for few days visit. .'
War- a taking, part in this watching ser- C. Sullivan and family of Jacksonville .: Miami where they spent the Holidays I. ... I
Eldon and Mrs. Clodia '
Mr Others visiting the Cruces during I i
I vice of waiting for the coming The Greenes and Sul- visiting friends and rela-
'un of Dade City visited! Mr. and I the Christmas season were Mr. I I
Smith and Mrs. Mary New Year. ,! livaris are nieces and nephews of tives. I ... .
Sam :
Mrs. I and Mrs. Robert Carlton and: : Very glad to have our visitors I Mis. Slade. !I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jarrell and
Sue Willingham Sunday after- I Ii I .. ,
!i children of Jacksonville. i Sunday for Church worship and I Mr. and Mrs. Albert Birt and children of Jacksonville spent '

Don Crutchfleld Mrs. Hattie Mathis spent the hope you will return often, you I family of St. Petersburg were visitors Sunday with Mrs. Jarrell's mother .;. ., ,., '. .. .,<,

Mr. and Mrs. Sam I I week with her son Frank and ,I II i|_ are always wanted and needed at I I here during the holiday:, Mrs. W. W. Packham and at- ,... ..'
[and Butch were the Sunday: I i'tended services at Hope Church. I ,.. ..
I Heilbionn. I I week with Mr. and MrsIra Lester >.-" ,
-- Deepest sympathy is extendedto and Mr. ahd Mrs. E. L. Birt and Mrs. R. C. Dampier and son ':. ,; .. .

II I the family of Mrs. Mary Brown I- and iatiiily.Sunday ." ,i Billy Miss Dolores Cloversettle i '.' ; '. .1,

NEW YEAR'S I II; who passed away last week, her I afternoon visitors at the J I i and Mrs. J- D. Griffis and chil- I. I., .tF

I- funeral was held Sunday after I home of Mrs. Ina Knight were i dren were visiting Mr. and Mrs II.

I noon at Hope Church with inter- JMrs., Blanche Kirby and family 'W. T. Zeigler in Jacksonville Friday i- i t

ment at the church's cemetery i lof Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. nisht. While there they also F

I Also to the family of Mrs. Marvin ;W. C demons and family of attended the festivities at the & ) ,

I Moore Ray who departed this : Heilbronn. : Gator Bowl Friday night. ..rI .

life Saturday evening. Funeral Wayne Matchett was home for i j We regret to report at this writ- I

services for Mrs. Ray was held at 1 Christmas here with his parents, j I ing that there are two from the j ,, ._""I ,. .

I Union Primitive Baptist Church '; Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Matchett 1 area confined to Bradford County I '., : ''' k. .

I. Tuesday afternoon of this week from Long Island, N. Y. Hospital Mrs. Docie Swindell and !, .

--- at 3 p. m- with Elder B. H. Rawh Mrs. Mamie Meade has been ; little Richard Hall, son of Mr. and I I;

of High Springs': and Elder H. L. visiting over the holidays with Mrs. Rodney P. Hall. We sincerely 1 .. ,1. -
wish them both a speedy recovery. I .. ..!. .. ;tc..
: Moody of LaCross officiating.May : relatives in Cocoa. | : ,:,

"YARTUNG'. GAL. $$6.50. God comfort and bless Mr. and Mrs. David Brown and i, Mrs. Alice Jones has returned "I I'J. .... .. '.

each sad heart of these fine ladiesas daughters spent several days over home .from lIiamwhere she y : .":- .i. ;J".',JJ't--i a '1"41 ,", .tIV '..
only He and He alone can do. Christmas visiting in Ft. Fierce. I spent the Holidays visiting rela- III'

j1 O.utsideVhite Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Catherine Harvey of Mac- I tives. I i ; .. ,

Mrs. E. C. [lErmel Johns and cienny spent Christmas here with : Mrs- Jessie Newell returned ..
I I \ T !
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\ -- family were their daughter.: Mrs. her family, Allan Hart and daugh- I'home'.Monday after spending the ..

Lois Henson and son of Jackson- : ters. The Harts spent New Year's Holidays visiting her niece! Mrs. I '\. .

lUNG TEX GAL $$195Inside ville.Little ; day in New River. j Katie Wise.and nephew, .William I ..I ;.. t f
David Redding son of Mrs. J. W. Horne returned Monday i I Snyder in'in-Jacksonville. I S i

: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Redding ,. from a visit to Homestead, J. A. Gnann attended: the state >*.

| of Wildwood: visiting for several driving down last weeK with Mr. inauguration of the '35th Governor I'' ,. ,.". ., .. _. .'I./ ,.. ", 'i' If"Po '"

Or Outside j I days with his grandparents, Mr. and: Mrs. Richard May. Enroute of Florida at Tallahassee Tues- "So that's .. "I'

; Masonry And Sheet Rock and Mrs. D- R. [Russell 1 Redding they visited the R. C. Williams day. He' rode his beautiful palo- I where my piggy-bank :'f;: .: .' .

:. I Pvt. James Cowart son of Mr. :.family in New Port Riche3. mino, Buck in the Sheriff's Possein : money went-into a savings-account .' '

I! and Mrs Floyd-Co wart and:! Pvt. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Curtis and the parade. v ... :
." .I i i Glenn Moore son of Mr. and Mrs. '- family of Stewart. Miss., and Mr.', Funeral services were conducted at the bank! Thank /.Mom,. --'-_ iU ,

Cornelious Moore have reported W. W. Jacks and family ''Sunday afternoon at Hope Church
i I and Mrs. i. for "
I I where
Unconditionally Guaranteed putting it's safe-and
,I back to their base of training at of Memphis, Tenn. were holidn for Mrs. Mary Brown who was 88 ,

Fort Jackson S. C- after spending '!1 I visitors with Mr. and Mrs. P. H. I' years of age at time of death. She'leaves"a i will.keep growing bigger!" { ) ::7/. '\ 1 :

the holidays with their parents Lott. host of relatives and ,! :
.$ee Us For and friends. I II friends who mourn her loss. We .. -.WOA ,' '-'. 'f'
Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. 1 SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF deeply sympathize with her loved : HOW ABOUT SAVING ,
I .. ,. oJ
I Gene of White ones over their loss. '' f"
Leightey Springs j CHRIST 1!'' ;' .
COMPLETEBUILDERS who are the proud parents iof a I i 3 Mi. S. on 301. We are glad: to report little AT OUR BANK YOURSELF?
Mark Hersey son of Mr. and Mrs. ..t ,itt.r: 'ft
: darling baby boy borned Dec, 27.1 i j.
:Mrs. Leightey is the forma Miss'!; Sunday Bible Classes, 10 'a.Martin r Hersey is recovering from .. ,4. I II I.

Delvene Morgan niece of Mr-- and !| m.; Assembly. Worship with the! the measles. I I 1 !

1 Mrs. R. L. Morgan i!I Lord's Supper 11 a. m.; Evening I ...

.L SERVICE My uncle. Claude Fralick: of Assembly Worship, 6:30: p. m. ,I f; At The Tabernacle

rovidence visited with us Tues-i i Wednesday Bible Classes :I FLORIDA"1ONE

lav afternoon of last week. 7:30: p- m. Bill Simmons, Preachr i: The closing service of the year
I er. I I'Saturday i night, and the opening II I
Mrs. R. L. Morgan visied Monday I
: !one of the New Year Sunday I .
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES of this week with her vm-in- 1 I ... ;. .. .". . .. .. ... '..
:morning at the
.Gospel Tabernacle
,. i law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.t THE RIGHT PO NT Tor the were heart-searching and dedicatory 1111 IT.S'fJtRlt.; :
Phone ,VO 4-4201 :1m Chambers and Rev. and Mrs.} write. Ic and .... .
way loa Come tei .
Starke Fla. in character. Partaking of ;! .. .. .. .. .
ruts T. Jones and daughter Pa-j' i I.'C't your favorite ESTERBROOK
tricia all of Jacksonville. Miss"" Founjain Pen. TELEGRAPH was a part of the OF 29 BANKS OF THE FLORIDA NATIONAL. CROUP MEMBER FEOjgAl, D :EOS1T UUUJUWCfi] ._..
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other daughters also, namely, Eriia: DeFonsa of Castro Valley. ......." ,,,.,, ......,,. .-yy, to spend a few days.
I : HIGHLIGHTSBy \ Injunction To California Mr. Massa's 5 roihe. I j i Mrs. E. M. Robinson spent the
: K'EYSTONS: Sandra Leola, Viola, and June. Sought Keep igginsV ; '! J.
Mr. And)l 's. Bachmann ,, and famii, Mr. ani Mrs. Alex MELROSEBy I week visiting her mother Mrs.
v ;i I III I Rudder in Stevenson. A'a.' and .
and children from Miami '
Entertain ChoirWednesday
1 ,By Mary K. SebaetferIpnlvepary I daughter and son-injlaw, Mr. and
.._ l evening pee, 28, From Serving One-Year Council Term and another brother Mr. and
I :.Mrs. Alice Rotnhammet Mrs. Andrew Dunk and new baby
Mr. and Mr*. Albeit Bachmann Mrs. Ray Massa'from Gainesville. II I|I

I I entertained St. William's Choirat Monday evening, January 2. a ........... in Memphis. Tenn. .'
'AietIir ..
t Goldfll Park-of-the-Palms. Their dinner ,.- '.... ..--. ...'-. .A..6&..... I I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Spurlock of
group people gathered at the
an informal party at their Testimony on a petition for
iiq4i f Keystone ,Heights cou- guests included their son and his Miss Athens, Ohio visited Mr. and Mrs. .
home Patricia Land '
"T Oaks"-on of of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Conneento of Branford "
home, n Lake V 0e- .vnt injunction seeking to block.he
anniver- wife. Miand Mrs. Louis Karges,
pll acieved golden The
pent recently.
Bachmann' ; see some home movies taken the week with her aunt Bunyon Kelley
neva. Mrs. is the Choir swearing-in Qf G. E. Wiggins and V
,Atf y stf tus' last month when, on ani their cousins Mr. and Mrs. ':: i I uncle, Mr. Spurlocks are former residents of .
; and Mrs.
f 'Director. Mrs. Bachmann served ..LS Keystone Heights CouncilmanJO : by Mr. Conneen at an Hawaiian : Bunyon Kel-
I, December Norman Poston of Mandarin. Fla. ''
7, Mr.nd Mrs. John : ,
;; ley. Melrose.
.J .. party at Frank Ilgen's home last]| .
her guests punch and sandwiches fill the unexpired one-year I 'I
$erges had been married: fifty Margaret. Has Gala Holiday Hop I j j 1, Mr. and Mrs. I i Mrs. DorcasJacksonville Bank of South "F
I and fruit cake. Those who enjoy- rm of H. L. Ownbey was heard September. Naturally everyone Gill Whittman
married 'Kant [ On Dec.
Thursday evening 29. 1
They were 'n ,
.ifr4is. ; I and is spending some
I wanted to see how he looked in a children of Largo visited ,
the evening at the Bachmann'; .t 3 p. m. today Thursday, by Mrs.
; $ Citr. Mo. on. Dec, 7. :J910, Margaret Muir. teen age daugh- : sarong or grass skirt. 1 Whittman's sister anj I i time with Mr. and Mrs. R. M.Cason ,
included Mr. and Mrs. Everet ircuit Judge Charles Luckie in brother-in-
"iltieh aso! ,'Mrs. Kaiges'1fclrtJuJay. I ter bf Mr. and Mrs. Lewis! Muir. ri
was; : i law, .
Fox, Mr. arid Mrs. George Schaef- ireen Cove Springs. Outcome of ; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zuch of Nor- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ford. I V ,
The Karges have two washostess; at a Christmas dance I
School began Monday aft'r a
fer Mrs. William Davie Mrs.Ht'l'ert 1, ne hearing was not available at ? ristown. Penna., were New Year's [ Mrs. Robert Cason
f Children: a'son i In3uiler. Pa and held at the Masonic Hall in Key- two week Christmas vacation-
>\ Nelson, Miss Anna Mc- press time. guests of the Jim Hetherington spent Christmas with Mr. and V...
daughter who ttves In Texas: i ijThey Heights. Guests included
a. have five," :grandchildren stone about 50 or 60 of ,Iargaret'sfrleqds I I jCullough, Mrs. Lena Clemens, In a petition filed last Saturday, ,family. The Zuchs are Mrs. Hetherington's -I I!In Mrs.: Ralph Cason and Diana Jane 'I|. TRINITY EPISCOPAL ,

Thejicarges and classmates from ,both' Mrs. Emery Cooper, and Mrs. C. J. O'Conner, Keystone Heights parents.Mr. Palatka. I CHLrtCII MELROSK
'( nd .two greatgrandchildren.
had planned a cerebration.t .;:'Starve and Keystone Heights. Charles Bisbee and her son Mr. realtor-appraiser ani: unsuccessful ani Mrs. George Schaeffer home Chris Spires has returned to the I Sundays 10 a.n... Church

for reason things did Mal garet's mother, Mrs. Nan A. E. Bisbee. from Columbia, S. C. Council candidate in the Dec. spent New Years eve with Mr. and of his grandparents Mr. School. 11:15: a.m., Morning Pray-
Party At Widetren's 6 Keystone Town election. chal- I i! Mrs. Michael Gilhooley of Starke. and Mrs. A. O. Spires after spend ei and Sermon (First Sunday,
Muir was assisted in seeing that /
jot work out as they had planned :
; the boys and girls had good On Friday evening Dec. 30 Mr. lenged Wiggins' right to take of- The Schaeffers went to see the ing two weeks visitIng- his par- Holy Communion). 6 p.m. Episcopal ""Tlt
o on Christmas Day they a ( _
and fice. --L new baby boy born to Mrs. Oil- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Evans
time' Mrs. and Mrs. Ernest Widegren O'Conner aUeges that the Spires I Ycung Churchmen. V
.anniversary dinner at by Margie Hall, Mrs.
had. an '
!in ,
,. Mildred Sutton, Mrs. Mary Bro- their neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. M. charter and ordinances of Keystone Election Challenged ,hooley on Dec. 26. The child has Miami. Holy Days 10 a. m. Holy V
I| hosts at ,: been named Clay, which surprised Mrs. Sleety Kelley and 'I
kas, and Mrs. Davie Sibley. j. Haynes were joint a Heights make no provision son. |I Communion.

k. Sew IYrar's Eve Party At Few's i( Holiday get-together. The party for replacing a councilman who erington and E. E. Williams were i I i' us, as we thought" surely he would Bunyon had Christmas dinner ;!I The Rev. ;Millard H. Breyfogle, V

Health Facts : Ori New Year's Eve. the Young 'was held at Wiiegren's: home. A- -'ign* fiis seat prior to expira : elected to the regular andG. be "John'F. with Mrs. Kelley's sister, Mn. Vicar. I.
tion Mr. and Mrs. Bill Beam, Mr. Dorothy;: Land in II i V ,
People of the Church !bout 18 guests enjoyed the even- of the term for which he was E. Branford. Mr. I I '
Community Wiggins declared winner
was -
In spite'of, all'the changes ttiatI and some of their friends held a 'ing. Guests were their neighbors ':1ecfed. j r of the one-year term on the V and Mrs. Jim Hetherington, and i Bunyon Kelley! and: 'brothers Gilt I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
world the'f.CfstUl ': and a few friends from Kingsley Recognizing this In- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Conneen attend- Ham and Samuel spent Christmas MELROSE
on in this'changing apparent
gq I party at the home of Mr. and basis of 94 votes received. Corbett ;I! t
'I' remains that spinal mis- Mrs. William Few on Lakeview 1 Lake. adequacy on the part of the char-, Terrell, incumbent councilman i I I i ed the Gator Bowl game together I with their sister. Mrs. \V. G. Watkins Sunday. 9:45: a. m.. Church
1! New Year's Eve At Bunce Home ter and ordinances, the Council'had ;' ani while they' were in the vicin- I at Putnam Hall. 'I I School for all ages. 11 a. m.,
iJfrnmenta and Drive. There
nerves dancing,
compress were games, received 93, and for a while was
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bounce entertained written las( October to Attorney ity, they called on the Carl Fendrick's Mrs. Debbe: Ford o! Palatka. Morning Worship. 6::30 p. m.,
i '
i and refreshments. The Wiggins
vital guests tied until
truct the flow of nerve with an at- :
and the Gene' Whittle's.former pent Saturday: with her Youth Fellowship.
their trends with a Hew General Richard Ervin ; parents. V
:a i stayed at the party until shortly I. torney's opinion sought on 'Ii '
to if the lung was a
f9 any organ I Mrand Wednesday 7:30 Bible
Ke3 stoners. i Mrs. Robert : : p
askin'for .
I, : Year Eve party on Saturday an opinion. In this letter ason:
after I
],zy p la \I'compressed the flow of midnight in In order Mr.to wel- :' yen.: Guests included Mr. and I -Council described its use of !i contested ballot which had been \j Monday, Dec. 26, Mr. and Mrs. I I I Mr. and Mrs. Glvnn Rothham- I"Study and Prayer Meeting.
come 1961. Assisting and I
|r 4iI) nerve 'force is reduced ana I 'Mrs. 'Bill Bel te. Mr. and Mrs. the so-called "totem pole" methodof I. temporarily discarded. The attorney :i j' Ed Conneen entertained about ten mer celebrated their twelfth anniversary I I Rev Ted Sorinser.! Pastor.
; Mrs. Pew Mr. and Mrs. Barry !
: were declared the ballot legal, and J '
II .tqg .disease follows. if th$ )liver' Wt-man:There about 25 Charlie M O1ve; Mr. and Mrs. choosing Councilmen. wherebythe : j, couples at a Christmas gatheringin at the home of her par- > \
ne'rvp 19 compressed liver disease, girls and boys of seventh, eighth, George Massa, Mr: and Mrs. two highest or three highest ': Wiggins won by a one-vote mar- :: their new home on MagnoliaAve. 't'nts, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wesley I!

Will follow. and riinth grade who enjoy-'Chares Tolfo'rd, Mr. and Mrs. Bill [as the case may iej) get the gin.In his declares :' flf Gainesville. A party was given : 7o9Sc66
ages I petition O'Conner -
Only correction of the compress-' I Air. William Simeral from Cali- 'in honor of them.
the irty.HarotaRldaufht. 'Scales, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baker, posts. Since there were two regular I Ii
p "Inasmuch there is
t rd nerve can restore health. This Is Surprised Mr. and Mrs. Theron Whidden, two-I ear term vacancies, and 1. authority: in law for as filling unex-no :! forma is a guest at the home of j Mr. and:! Mrs. David Hnnant; of

is the work of your skillfully Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Murrhee, one one-year unexpired term to !I his son and daughter-in-law Mr. V Middlebun visited frienJs:! and
Harold -
i hostess
Mrs Ridaught
was pired terms, the town ol;:: Keystone j
:t.trained Chlroprutor.It { at a Surprise Birthday: dini Jr.. Miss Barbara Southwell and be filled in the Dec. 6 election, Heights through its Council should I Ii j;i and Mrs. Bill Simeral Jr. of elatives. Connie. Paul, and Carlos

| : Chiropractors today are reqUTved to honor her husband'on tl e an out-of-town guest, Mrs. Erida Council asked Ervin if it would be I [ Brooklyn Lake. Morris returned home with them
i ner be" enjoined from seating G. E. j
to take the same basic science i Mr. and Mrs. Roy Browning .
incluc- DeFonso, from Castro Valley, .peot1Iilisable; to award the regular I
of Dec. 2. Guests
evening Wiggins should
and G. E.
't e.: afnlnatlon ,as M.D.'s and Usteo- Richard Barton Calif.. Mrs. DeFonso is George terms to the two top men. and theoneyear i Wiggins. 1\i from Satsuma, Fla., Miss Betty V ..",
and Mrs.
ed -
S-Sgt. be and restrained from :
: enjoined
path before they can receive a : Lee Manley and Louis Broward of l
Massa's mother. term to third the '
1'flense to prat'tic8.i i ; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foster.. "Birthday Party For Bunny Bunce totem pole. I J,I taking the oath of said office or I'I'I ,I Jacksonville, and Mr. William ZIKE DECORATING SHOPIn !
Jr.; Mrs. Ridaught's mother. 1rtr attempting to exercise any of its J
Chiropractic restores health after ; N. M. Roundtree of Jacksonville; Miss Bunny Bunce, daughter of In his reply. Ervin said that ,: That !..Simeral Sr., were the Christmas i iI

% everything else has tailed. Mis. Viola of Johnson Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bunce, was ; ". j it is my feeling that this rights, duties or powers. I|I dinner guests of Mr. and:! Mrs. Bill Wiggins Building Keystone
i McQuaig unless such injunction ,is issued. Heights
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Visit the doubtful'validity. '' 'Simeral. \
i the guest of honor at her eighth practice would be of ,
Fla.. who is Mr. Ridaught's mother @qrq'p iniurv will be done i
i after- I\! Mr. and Mrs. Gordon E. Baker :
birthday party on Sunday He suggested that gen-
Mr. and Mrs. Ford Hensley the and all other citizens j
| plaintiff
\ \ Dr. H. G. BoIHngert ; : I II |I and Mrs. Eddie Cardines of Key-i
Mrs. Roberson and noon, January 1. There were eral statutes of the State would j PAINTS ANDPAINTING

( .Chiropractic Office 1 jani I children: of Edna Melrose; and Mr. and ;teresting games, and prizes won give Council authority to pass an {'I ani that'residents: a de facto oi Keystone Council Heightsin will be I[. stone were guests at an informal I i Brannon and Kerry ordinance the gathering at the home of Mr. and i !
by providing I "
Cnlq&practlc office I located at'Mrs. Leon Ridaught and childreni necessary I. sitting and that many of the mat I ....... AIDS. ,.
.I are Mrs. Bill Simeral Monday -
Shackleford. 'There was punch procedure to fill unexpired terms on 110I
Mrs. Bartoni
Keystone Heights. I ters and done action f fH
things or
"'" t OAtOesriUe. Fla.42U Rid- and a lovely birthday cake. Guests caused by.resignations.On evening, Jan. 2. I IFrienr's i
and Mrs. Foster are I taker by said Council can and
) I
tt- ,' i included. Sally Brannon'Susie Be- November 23 a special meeting of Mrs. William H. !
i. \V Wall :
Innt St. aught's two daughters, Joann arid will be subject to attack as the Paper Samples
I lote, Angela Aiken. Kerry Shack was called by Council, to I I I Smith are glad that she was able\ .;
i KathY, respectively, Mrs. Rid- ) and legally
Starke. Fla. same will not be; duly. ,
f- I assisted her fouI l ford, Karen Williams, \Vicki and which all candidates in'the forth V i to come home Monday. Jan. > 2.1 j -
aught was by :constituted.
..... ( Susie Whidden, Peggy 'shaugh- coming election were invited with I i He further alleges that the certification -I after being confined in Bradford j jCoqnty We Do Papering and Painting .:
for nearly a
nessey, and Gail HicKman. the exception of William
CHURCH NEWSCommunity the Town Clerk said Lee'who'l I of declaration of the week. Mrs. Smith *nd her husband 1 i
election of Wiggins to serve the FREE Estimates Phone Keystone 1505
I with their .
K Church be contacted. One other make their home t .

\., OWL'DI The Executive Board Meetingof ,Mr. O'Conner did not attend the : one year unexpired term of Own- daughter and her husband. Mr.I i iI ,
'bey is "null and and -
the Women of the Church will meeting because of a prior com- 1 i and Mrs. S. E. McKay. V V ,.,J

\ (} be held on Monday January mittment. i Ir I effect. Mrs. Fred Dodd and daughter .
I b to be
New Council members arc
< 9. rather"than the first- Monday.at9:3Ga. r ..All candidates who attended ] ''Pricilla drove to Juniper Springs') McKAY AT KEYSTONE -,'
.: j V : seated at the Jan. 10 meeting of to visit Mrs. Dodd's'parents.
: m. this meeting signified their willjingness on Friday:

V The {}General zxleeti g' of the II to abide by the "totem I the Keystone XJounciL Mr. and Mrs. A. R. :MarI( I

S \Community Church Women will 'pole" method of filling both the I O'Conner is represented by attorney wick. The ocasion for their visit I

be held on Tuesday, Jan."10, at regular terms as well as the un- Mack Futch of Starke., was Mrs. Marwick's birthday CRYSTAL LAKE-Sandy Beach-$2,000 cash. '

[7:30: p. m.-Speaker will, be Mrs. exoired term. Council then deCided The Town of Keystone is conj which came on Saturday Dec. 31. I mJ J

r MAINE Fern A. Mecum, Field:R. resenta- to use this method in spiteof Sylvia and Romesa Dodd. : LAKE SANTA FE-2 bedrooms, living room, built-in! .
I j testing the action and is repre- of Mr. and! Mrs. Fred ,
"doubtfull I daughters :
tive of the Christian Herald Ervin's opinion of
kitchen bath seawall '
breeze-way stout sandy beach
1 ,
!Magazine. validity." V sented by attorney Berwick And- Dodd went to Jacksonville on |

The Augusta State House designed by the famous There will be a ,meeting V of, the In the Dec.,voting, J. L. Heth- I erson of Green Cove Springs. Thursday Dec. 29, to spend:! the ; long wide dock, covered pier, huge boat house. Very V '' '

Charles. 'Bulfinch was erected in 1829; There have been church 'on Sunday for the election. weekend with their aunt and uncle -; neat!' -exxe'.Ient: condition. $17,500, terms.

r many additions and changes, but thi graceful porticois of church,off icers- don Adams home were their son sonville. Mrs. Rains and Mrs. Ri:1-: Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Knadle, I (V.

'unchanged. It's open to the' public .from 8:00 A. M.to' \ St. William's Catholic Church and 'his! 'wife. Mf. and Mrs. Mike I aught are sisters.Mr. and their cousins the KnadleChildren. LAKE SANTA FE-Sandy beach with dock and V

5:00'p. M. daily. Included amongt the exhibits areptin1tjIgs Monday ,evening. Jan. '9. will be Adams, and the younger Mrs.] and Mrs. Harold Ridaught' ; On Monday. Jan. 2. the pa-

; and battle flags. The Executive Mansion is the regular monthly Covered Dish Adams'' brother and sister Earl; and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Knadle family drove the Dodd valion. $4,500. terms. .

(fiearby, an'd1' is mpst famous as the home of James G. supper in the Recreation Hall 'at Brice and Becky. Brice.V ,Ridaught and family, all of Key- : girls home to Keystone and spent V

I 8:00: p. m. V V Mr. and Mrs. Louis Karges and i, stone Heights and Mr. and Mrs. I the day visiting. Mrs. Knadle andMrs We invite your inquiries on lake lots, homesites, acre-
The 'Mansion
j is
:I' 'IJlainey :, open from 2:00 to 4:00 P. M.Mozida'y PersonalsMr. family Butler, Pa., spent the Donald Ridaught of Melbourne, j: Dodd are sisters. age and investments.

I through Friday. Restored Fort Western, was M. L. Beasley attended the Hiladys.with Mr. Karges' parents, Florida, all spent New Yeas's Day I Mis. Eula Walker who is in the ,

but! .in 1754:as a stronghold against {he Indians, is a Inauguration in, Tallahassee. ,this Holidays with Mr.Karges' parents, with the Ridaught men's mother University Medical Center in ,

I museum with an interesting collection\: early Amen.I .I week. He was accompanied- as far Keystone.Mr. Mrs. Viola McQuaig, of Johnson. Gainesville is reoortfily: getting S. E. M'KAY

as Montfcellp by his mothert Mrs. and Mrs."Robert E. Firth ODavisoi. Mr. A. E. Bisbee of Columbia, S. along very well. We hope she will REALTORO

.I Ruth..Beasley und his sister Mrs. ', Michigan,, who once livedin : C. spent the Christmas Holidays :soon be home again, i f

: .cajia.THE i Exie Raulerson- who'were.etufn- one of the cottages at White with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. lawrence Moore Mrs. M. Ilgen I. Brault, Associates ,'...

,KEYSTONE STATE; BANK ing home after spending the Holidays Feather Court have :returned to Charles Bisbee of Lake Geneva. : and son Larry from Jacksonville Phones: 3071 2391 4151

with.the 'Beasleys in'K Keystone,Heights io settle here. Mrs. Robert) C. Jaskson's mother had New Years Day dinner with-

I II MEMBER!\ :\ F.D.lJC.. stone"Heights. I V ..AVe were' happy' to receive Mrs. P. H. Haskins.; and Mrs. I;Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Southwell .and Keystone HeightsDRIVEIN
Mr. -A. 'E., Anthony and ,Mr..G.. New Yeir's' arcf from Mrs. Charles 'Jackson's brother and sisler-in-i I family on Lake Brooklyn. The '

:_ A Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community B. Wiggins, also attended the.inauguration Wallenius who with hei husband law, Mr. and Mrs. Hadyen Has- '|Moores are former Keystoners. -' -' .

-t -k Keystone Heights..|Fla.Attention ,;.bis week., has been1: spending the'holidays kins, all of Ocala, spent New\[Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Southwell. j ._ _;f -_ : : > =-j: : ._ -= '>,. ;'

'with their daughter's' family Years'weekend with the Jackson sisters. V
I Mr, and Mrs.,Russell'De ganof: are
1 -I', -., St. Petersburg, and their twp chil- Mr..and. Mrs.R. E. Lambert S.family in Keystone. Sunday guests j It.pays to advertise. Some weeks

.,-' .' dren spent two days at ''last week jof-AtlantaVGa.. of the Jackson's were Mr. and ago the Junior Woman's Club LEE'S THEATREKeystone

in Keystone'visiting,Mr..and.Mrs. Col. and Mrs- 'David A. Nelson .Mrs. James Webber of Jackson- asked for costume jewelry, via the

I M. L. Beasley. Mrs. Deegan is (entertained. 'a:' group of their r ville. Mrs. Webber Mrs. Jack- I Bradford County Telegraph, to]

Livestock Producers! Mrs Beasley sister. I friends at Christmas dinner. 'son's" sister. The Webbers came to i give to the girls at Sunland Heights

Miss Marian Beasley went to ;Their included> Mrs. Nelle Gray- i take 'home their children, 'Jim [;Training School for Christmas.

Miami last weekwith ,het aunt i son, Mrs. Dorothy'Sherman* Mr}[and flU, who had visited in Keystone t.The Juniors were planning to play V -V '.

If you have hogs orS Miss Gertrude Link of Lake Geneva I and Mrs. IVelker Byron Mr. and i for a week. I Santa to this certain cottage of

cattle to sell 'now 'or in I: .. Ilf.t1amithey: visited',Mrs. Mrs. Lewis Clark.. and Mrs. Alma : Miss Polly Holl of Pittsburgh i girls which they have "aopted":! Friday, Saturday, Sunday Jan. 6, 7, 8

the future please contact .I Link's son. C. W. Cuzzouri.Mr. Frost Pa., 'flew down to spend a week I as a project this year. Miss 'Bar-1

one of the, buyers ; and Mrs.. Ed Shyrock and V 'Mrs.: Nellie Grayson and her with her friend Suzanne LaMee fcara Southwell Welfare Chairman --j!

; ai Copeland Sausage : children of Ocala 1 spent New sister 'Mrs. Dorothy :Sherman the day after Christmas. Polly isi]1 I was delighted at the re-I Elvis ACTS! Elvis SIXGS _
New'"Year's! Eve weekend the daughter of Dr. Paul Holt of received from the abovementioned '
I Company and give them Year's day in Keystone'with Mr. spent sponse she '

an 'opportunity to buy and Mrs. GeorSchaeIfer- with theix: friends Bob and Pittsbui gh. and'grandjaughter of I I request. Which IT S THE DRAMAT1CTHUNDERBOLTOF ..

family. Mr. Shyrock. is Mrs.ScKaeffer's Amy Fen-ell of Jacksonville.! the late Rev. and Mrs. A. J. 'Holl I proves that Keystone is full of i '." .
: ,your livestock. I.--: brother. MissV Anna. "Mr. and :-Mrs. WUlard, Bell of of keystone. The Holl family are good-hearted .people and all ;you I _

COPELAND OFFERS YOU McCullough. ; .bf -White ..F ather Franklin' N. C. ,left,:today, Thursday regular summer residents: I need to.do'is askiCOCThflJMTY! THE YEARrllt! :; -
Court', who is Mrs., Scha fler'Saunt ,"for home after ,spending .the We hear that Bucky Bunce gota 1 t1I ; VV

4 BIG ADVANTAGES 1 ; tJ was also a,guest at 'Schaef- holidays with their daughter, Miss gun-for Christmas and hit P y.j I CHURCH 4raV

f ers on New 'Years. Ann Bell. -of'B1lver. Lake.: dirt, the very next day when I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ;

1., Cash market, every day. .: :;: ,Miss V Mira .Murray spent the -- Miss Reba'ThOmSpOfl. is,expected I came home from his first hunting 1 %&- ; V
week preceedlng Christmas; with back in town this week after trip with a nice-size turkey.'BuckyIs Dr. A C HH. 3MIntitf.rMN.

2. No commission. her aunt and uncle Col.'and !.Mrs. spending the holidays. at her V the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. 'I J.'''. HetherinrtonOrranht I II

3. Special l consideration given to meat Roy Kauffman in Minneap' lfs. hon In Frederick, Ohio. 'Herm Bunce of Santa Fe Lake.V I and ChIT Director.Mom1ing

Minn. So llira *ot' to see "her thtr. ,Mrs. Martha Thompson t Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rumtev'School. 'fl:30: a. m., .

typ ''hogs Christmas snow arid 'even went I Ifishin'g Win;accompf: her for a visit in.Stitchberry: have been Mrs. Worship.. 11:00 a. m j
a" favor: Kert ne* .Stitchberry's brother and his wife.
furnish for sufficient throiigh"thelce,
4. Can hauling :
ite 'anke -land sP rt., ''Sandra ..Rtdau; h h daughter of Mr. and Mfs:D. O. Cason, of New FIRST.. ,BAPTIST. (1TTTU- '

quantities.CALL Miss.Earllne Welsh of V :Houston; Mr." and Mrs :Harold Ridaught"Port'Ritchie: KEYSTONE.HEIGHTS i I ;
\ County of Mr. and V .7.smith'. pastor. Raich I
Texas'has been yis Ung"her'.frierid was a"gues at Bradford Christmas guests V.
':28 till Dec.I .Massa and family I**'m.i COLLECT. HO 2. Ql1, Mr$. .E n1ce Walrath" hi Keysone.( Hospital Iran Dec;: Mrs. George ; ___ L LFLAMINGSThr
: Miss'Welshj arrived on"Dec. '. 27, 3li: having been: In'for minor surgery were Mrs.. Massa's parents, Mr. church tran1stServices V -
S CLAUDE PHILLIPS THERQN HUDSON I and Mrs. Clayton Purvis of, Moultrier i : Sunday': School. .9:45.
and left for home, on Jan 3after; ., 1 -
( "C. PRESTON POLK \ i-tour of all the.places of interest i V Christmas ,guest of 'Mr. and I Ga., Mr. and 'Mrs. Wayne" I. m Momfnff ,Worship.. It t !'tPj': :

; V Mis'.,HaroU R1da'Qghtwere their Croft and children of Tampa and.Trafnlnr 'Oniony 7 p., a. EveningIssmces i
in our ;)part of the st te. : I ; -
We. 'hope that -Frank WaTratb, two"married:daughters and families. Mr. and Mrs. John: T. Croft-and s p.; a. j,

:,Copeland Jr..'.who Is ,the Bradford :.County .-.'s-sit, and Mrs. ,Richard family of Savannah. Ga.'..Wayne r.lmrr''OOrI '1 V ____
: Hospital. at the present ',:writing, Barion.iand'Mr..and Mrs. Charlie i land John Croft,are. Mrs. Massa's ""IT Vr '-* ASscow.
Mrs. Ridaujht's mother. 'The the guests left wiiteCome tn' and efert > 1 vot LUxfEi
rtll soon.be.feetog.up. to par 'a- Foster; : broth r. day. way you orI

: SAUSAGE,.COMPANY .. ALACHUA FLORIDA ,: tam.. Mrs.'N.'MJRoundtree..and, ,Mr.I for home," other guests arrived, your favorite ESTERbROOK I I V .

I I' New y ar ""}U sta ',atthe(CSor- 'ar&'Mrs'. J. R-Rains all of.Jack..''namely. ,""Mr.Massa'smotherrMrs..' oua1 'f'eL 1LEOMPV _,_ __ _.. __ ,. ..: _: '-- _._:: ,:= _:: :Ti

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Residents Asked To !'; Mrs. Helen Foster, 78,1 I I New Needed I i School Board Recent Birth I I final will of discharge G. AV. ,An&Sjr:rew8.ecutor dec e

Answer Christmas Passes While Asleep j Policy !i December 22. I96b.. .
Tornadoes Lose Approves Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Alderman (sIt, !Andrews

I: Seal Letters In Melrose HomeMrs. Gym Jr. of 3510 Gill Street Ocala. K I:. Andrews'Executor oftlM--'Estate:

For Sewer '!.I the arrival of i I d.....' lIdt Ii
'j announce; a daugh-1 of (i. W Andrew t>
I lire. James E. Groover. ChristV Helen Harned Foster. 78 I For Negro School ler, piana Selene on Dec. 23. She i'i I-:: 4t '

65-43 To HillardBradford's mls Seal campaign chainnan, widow.of the l late William J.. Fos-' I! joins a brother. Elliott and a ;,,

.a this week that reminders are ter. died Saturday night in her Installations Bradford: County's School sister, Venus Ann. Mrs. John F.I!:

i I, !'Join'7rnt out" urging all residents.havp : sleep at her home in Melio: e. ]!I Board at its first meeting. in the Warne of Gainesville is the maternal !i

Tornado cagers went ling. The Tornadoes tossed in i : ?1. TJ Kis'imJ ee. Mrs. Foster' !I new year and with two new members grandmother. and Mr. and' studentsGETTER

down 10 their third consecutive; V seven free throws in nine tries; \1.'ho not already done so. tonsver : had lived Melrose for 20 years [Continued From Page 11] |t approved:! plans for a new Mrs. T. J. Alderman Sr. of Himp-,

defeat in'::M many games rues-ay !', their Christmas Ssal Let :>M wc :n member of Trinity $6 0,000 gym for RJE High School ton, the paternal grandparents.
night ",when a fnne ifilliaid team for 7$ per cent average and mad. t en. Episcopal Church. l laying installation of many sewers V in Reno.
V bat them 65 to 43. only 11 ball nan:Jung issues: "TB i is! y'ill thp< c\te's-; -'1b ;<3 q"n'ived by a daughter, 10 If irs-dents of the city who might 1 t I County School Superintendent nETIIEL MISSIONARYBAPTIST ) J I'U

The vtqtoj-y was the seventh in about half as many as'in previou TH nl\ti"n's V n"mVr Mrs. Mildred V Erickspn of tit willing to pay for the sewer Harmon P. Morgan said construction CHURCH

nine games' lor the Red Hashes, contests. :: ".....,j,. ilpI'Jt -mna"t'I"s.on?. Lau'lerrfale.: : a'1d'a brother Edward pipe instead of putting in their : of the new gym would not Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning fOR I
wno made gobd 4;} cent of own sewage systems. !|begin before BEST$ :
: H. Gainesville. March since the
Woody Strickland was high :: nr"'I'!' qi'I.{ "F: their field gcal attempts Tuesday -r. Mayor Jackson stated that the !I state education office in Tallahas- -
jr1ct ni-rnts were pioneer settlers o-jo Sei-
-own, : m Evening
scorer for the Tornadoes with "r'l.I1. <: "nt nw is Mir time :
kr; an almost unD ataole a\erage. 14V tn +,\ -n ': H-'VI ahtfm't"l! -' in the Kis;immee area, and poposed practice would be unfair -i see has to approve the plans after dee, 8pm. Prayer Meeting eacnWednesday.

In contrast, the luckless To.na jo s 1'0nt5.>: 12 of which he scored in <.o4 > tiUyvMlnsis! b"fnrp the era TB' later '\lived at Melrose. only in that some residents 'i which a 30 day period to advertise 8 p. m. Everyone welcome. !- S SCHOOL W O1Ki( !

t und tenets for only 27 ner the f.nal quarter.: Tom Allison, a i-n ho-onrve si"3n* I urtpral seniors 'ere held ,.t0 where cost permitted would still j\! for bids is required. .-Rev. R. L. Lee. pastorKV'K'tKKKN ...

tent of their shots. six-foot-center, was high for the:. rl1l"!'V to M-P3f thp disease.: I:tn.If the we ?.?: p.om.. Tuppdav: in Trinty get sewrrs Installed: bv the city. ;I i iTuht j Two new members took their

Hilliard7 )umpei: off to a 15-0 Red Flashes, :with 18 markers r1" n't act no-y, we rmv be too( 7Vs; ,:o-, ><\l Churrh. Melrose. with Money Policy i eats at the Tueslay: meeting fore ;/ itoInhitted VV I

lead-early'in the first period anJ while his teammate guard Don-. latl' V. Eev. M. H. Breyfogle rector. and Ci4cik Merrill Edwards' first time. Rodney Hall, new K \KilVf flU'Ri H

never let the Tornadoes :ee light nie Reed, tallied 17 times. :, 'T'J,,, ?nn"i'i Crictm:' ; Spal II ev, F"prt Yerkes. Arch-Deacon Tuesday to : nisht advised the council i i School Board member from Disitrict Sunday: School 10 a m Prwwti' &frt6wclie .

as the score was 17-6 at the end I Baby Tornadoes Win !I f'crnr'2'n!! l1nn"rt.!;. "p'iral V or t>*. Eastern Convocation, of- spend cautiously and without :i 4, replaced:! L. T. Johns who; ing II a m Training Union flr.ldp :: ,,
I rp- '
of the quarter. But Coach' Carle-I Coach Lennard Register Baby ,, ., ficiating: starting any new spending prom! oved out of his district. W. E. m. 7-.3P:
< 'q' .11 Preaching
nro"rm': ". Y-r9v <:urvvc.flhDrrlIlIn V j p. m Player
ton Koch's boys matched the Red V Tornadoes had to provide the t"ctiJ'l": : nrnfCr1rsnthpr P"I"1 Burial was in the family 4plotm financial srams. Edwarjs:! 'called the city's.I Lawson, new member from Dis- h.tln, Wfltl4r-It1",. 7n: n m J 195 "

Flashes almost basket for basketIn face-saving for hometown fans as ctivities to wiDe Melrose Cemetery under. the plight "nothing serious"4!''I 'rict 2, replaced W. C. (Billy! \Vf'rlnpllli.. 1th1. ..hIt,. ,"f
the second frame with the designed hut warned that funds were going Powell, whom he
they beat their Hilliard counterparts ('II t TR. direction 'of DeWitt C. Jones V defeated in :".m. Jos. E. Norman pastor. "
core 33-18 at halftime. ,. 40-30. 1'I Funeral Home. V out as fast they are coming In. I May's primary. CARTRIDGE
:; "I know" ]Mrs, Gmovor < '
The third peuod saw Hilliard FOI ward David Ingram was V p H. He also stated that if the city i Members of the old board who CIH'RCII OF CHRIST V

increase its leaj to 5324. but the high for Starke's B-squad with 19 "thut rnan" ppnjp: ] d'irinn thhusFe NOV. Traffic Tally were to pay all its December bills i i will remain in office are Chairman REGULAR .
TornadoeS showed spots of brightness points while Gary Capps had 10 Qf th holidayrgpt now it would be operating in the Dan Starling, H. A. Lawson V In (......11 "".hu"'* rnurl'.d CHOOSE rouUQtBI'_
t !;"1I\f"n. tn ''nd ir th"ircrn
s 'I
in the final frame as they i markers for the Red Flashes.Starke's On 301 Shows Slight red. and E. A. Sapp. H. A. Lawson was V For ,Hriulf.ird {'ou..,. fI"' 1'lda.
[ "qmnqin! nbution. If vou Th rlrk III r-: Kstatp <.f Wndriw.
outscored the Red Flashes 19-12 further stated that i elected vice-chairman of the .

with both teams using substitutes Ingram and starting John line-up Williams included at, hqvrn'f i'\\inp-j this worMiwhil0cau Drop From 1959 the city's real estate and personal I i,! board to replace the out-going dp""apd.Xut j"t> Of Filing Petition For Final I slop t in t to daylBradford !
freely. I !;=p. I s Jn erelv) uree! you to. do property taxes Discharge or Executor p
V are 65
forwards, Jim Summerlin at center so now Some of mahave V Traffic on u: 0. 301 during No- now per: i Powell. Ti. All Whiiin It Mav rrn.: -
Other bright spots for the thus V and Tom Anders and Gary, you "A'; ov sh'o"'ell'an average countof cent complete, with 29439.80 ofa i : Notice is hereby given that I have
Jar winless I r'relvert mnrp than' on" pnvp'on.rontainine : <> total of $46,710.65 filed my final returns al Executor
Tornadoes collected. Occupational i CEMETERY WORKING
as -
Kouba at guards.Trampoline. Christmas Seals. If 5.922 vehicles daily'at a point :. of thf eMate of U AVnrtrpvvs.. \1.-
"went down before the onslaught of IV ;i I so. three and a half miles] north of: license taxes are 70 V reaped; that I han filed! my petition County
n1eaip.! return both of the pinkpnvelores i There will be a working at .
the -best competition they have I II per cent complete, he said i f >r distribution and for final
I Tumbling to > Waldo. This was a decline of one : Conner Cemetery Jan. discharge. and that January 11>lh.
met this : | your Christmas Siramnaiirn < 11 I In other action at the on Friday, I.
season was their fres cent from the same month Tuesday !1lIil.! ] I will|| applv to the Honorable
j : chairman so that ,the per : 13. All interested persons are TELEGRAPHSmith
: meeting Therm
throw I Classes Offered : \ A'aun. ( ''un')' Judge of
pcrpentasc and bal! hand: 'i! Isst year. but a gain of 12JJ percent V I asked to and tools Bradford
canbe'eliminated. come to !
i,duplication I .* The council approved an ordinance bring )i I "untr Florida for approval -

I over November of 1955. 'I worth with. of said final returns and for
The Recreation Department will i rezoning a tract of land at jf" j Ian ord r of distribution and for
The November count on StateRoad V : _ _
begin the. winter schedule-of V Bowlers Urged to Join L at miles; the intersection of Madison! and I i '
Neel! Mobile 100 a point eight IUITKBAPTIST I
Radio trampoline and 'tumbling classes, Starke Myrtle Streets. The land owned I
Formed 1,324
I ; Newly League northwest of was CHUBCB
Recreation Director Bob 'Benner by Ben Holtzendorf, is to be V
; I vehicles daily. a loss of 7.9 per Sunday School. 10 iaVO '
234 a. !
N. V
TEMPLE AVE. Corona and
announced.: j changed from a residential to a V : Remington
\ I All men bowling on a team or cent compared; with the SAmemonth aip Hour 11 a. m.'Eventef 8enrwe. .

(located. in..North Florida Registration for trampoline j i.who would like i to bowl in the f 'last'Year., and a decline commercial zone and. is to be the I I '4 p.. m Praver Mating wu-

Supply Co. store {classes will be held at 3:15. p. m. newly organized' league, 'are urg- 'of .2 per cent from the daily site of a trailer park. I .V.dneq4siv .7'1":' n.m

). I Monday in the usa, at. whichtime ed to meet at the Bowlero Lanes i average in November 1955. Approval was also given for the I HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH \ TYPEWRITERS

I classes will be assigned. Police Department to hire a fill- .
PHONE WO .1-5521 in Gainesville at 7:30: p. m. Tue'>-
Sunday 10
I .;I. 'I' In radio I Sunday School
Classes wfll be held Mondays operator to work 22 hours ,
day, Jan. 10, fop average. This 1 is:i P.OATDRAIN' BAPTIST CHURCH I I *. m- Morning 11
)If-. no answer call ; ind Fridays at 3:15: arid 4 p. m. necessary to set handicaps for all I I Sunday School. 10 d. m Morning per week. The new operator will, ': !Training, Union 7 mesage m. Evening a. m. PORTABLESOLD

V for boys and girls 8 years of. ageand bowlers.. I Training, have no regular: hours but will I'I p.
WO 4-2113: : Worship 11 a. m. 'message 8 p. m. _
older. fill in for regular operator&.for 32 ONEASY
It. {1s hoped to start Jt'agnccompetition ? "mon. I fi-30;: p. m. Evening Wor 'i i' Monday Bible Joy Club 4
Radii & TV A beginning tumbling class will 1 on Tuesday, JJ.117.: hours each week. Tf nMSSchool
Repair ( ;nip. 7:30 1: p. w. t o 5 p. m.Wednesday.
be held at, 3:15: p. m. Tuesday in For further information contirt' Prayer Me 'tinR. Wednesday, SuperintendentVaslin was instructed V Prayer Meeting

RKASONAKLE. PRICES the U5>O. and an advanced crass ..the Recreation Department, WO* 7.W.Pro: .. .. to install a stand-by generator i 30 p m. Choir Practice 8:30: 0V
{nt 4. Classes are open to boys and 1 4-7441 any afternoon Sweat. required by Civil Defense
QUALITY SERVICE!: between 2! ; Pastnr. Rev Barney p. m. Pastor: Merle L. Packham.
gjVJ3 7 years .and older. and 5:30: p. m.. Everyone Welcome. for the city's new syStem. Theextra Supplies
C- i generator will be installedadiacent 1
V V to the newly constructed 1 CHURCH
J -I V
radio at th City Hall.
I V VV City Clerk Merrill Edwards told V Bradford
t the council( ] that Starke's .intercity Sunday Services Sunday

!School, 10 a. m. Morning Worship
radio system is now complete. .
11 a. m. Training Union. 6:30: p-
The council tolj representative?;
of thp Lifp of Georgia Insurance j m. Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. Phone WO 43101FOR

3q; Company it would withhold a decision -' Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. ,

about changing its group "'- .,. .

noltcy for city employees since Foil KKXT one 3 1 bedroom ,'111-

two of its members were ibsent Sell It Rent- It Trade ::ig'I'. rurnl )h'd. \'o chilJien or
f !111'11'\ fhonc WO j0.17I.Itll.! : L D'inlnl
I { 2tp ?-1%

VV Clark Infant Dies 1! \\',\\TI'iino; .N. or L. P S Nurse
\ %WITH TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED I fur relief work. 4 days a week.
hwtorHospital! tfchgI
After IllnessLu

; if%hen You Shop atDowling's VV i i I Foil RENT( Nice 2 bedroom
Ann Clark, infant daughterof
W1flRUU' .! '''liD RKSOLITTtO! 't -- 4 e,.,. r. "'.pf :'; nnfniiiinlifd house. Refrigerator In-
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie W. Clarkof .iu l.-rt. sin: month. Call WO 4-0393::
:.. ttOHUM OR LI'.SS. One l..*rtU a (HlBtm m Ckarcrl .flfi.CU UP
Starke died in.a I
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY local hospital after a brief ill- I.E'-
AUDITION WORD OVER SO -_______-- ________ 4e Per W.r< I FOIl S., Ireedlnfe: age registered
ness. She was born in Starke on Angus Dulls Price reason
V :uI% UlStOl'.NT: 0\ RtPE.IJF.KTIOU! .tAMM AlJr < able Doyle {Conner WO. :
Nov. 13, 1960. I| \UU11u'AL ...(*. BUND A US OR ADS NOT PAID JN ADVAKCV 44301tfrbg
U. S. No. V
7 V V. "'-
Besides her parents she is survived -:0-: -
,94'V '
by a brother Jimmie, Jr.; ,' SIXCER: SEWING' MACHINE CO. I RENT 2 bedroom houte $:SO: Xew 3 B. U Home
SALES AND SERVICE 1 per month. Mrs. Smith DeVoc ;540; ,V !ui 1!> X Thompson St
paternal grandparents, Mr. and [\s ewing macliines. Vacuum cleaners I W. AdKins St. Itf i Fur Sale with email down \payment

LARGE POTATOES -iok Mrs. Willie Lloyd Clark; and maternal j!! and Floor polisher We service all i Monthly payments to toil you or
35c i j I m make sewing machine FREE PICK FOR SALE Hollywood single bed I w ill trade for your property in town
grandparents Mr. and Mrs.V' PVXD DELI'EHWrite 402 N. I with head board studio couch like 1 j jur nut. acreasre. lots pr l.ak.. pruIpertv -
Russell S. McRae, all of Starke. Marion St. Lake City, Fla. Phone new 2 oil space heaters. Liberal I' Will take' boat outfit 01 small
'. sso. tfchg; I terms. 11.V;. Bollinger. 426 N. Wai-1 I I car in trad.. Thl is real nln ionipletc -
Funeral services were held at ,, .
V I ,nut St. Phone WO 4-2881 Up1| \\ Ith bath Or will mo\e tni
Fresh 11 a. m. Monday in Jones Memo- .. SPANISH (CONVERSATIONAL). i your lot or acreage Call or write
V V 11 ,
V I rial Chapel with Rev. Leo Hebert !i| Thur.da>s. 7V.O:: \<. m. Southeast: FUR SALE .1 i:. Wall. 1st: 2 Box 269. phone
II I !! Wing! >() UMg. Ueglnn.ng and Ready mix concrete concrete block, '; "t".". I.lIkp ('it,. Fla ttehg
officiating. Burial was in the I I I I.h'ann'll Students. Credit If de- I comfence posts, sand. -Demerit '
Lake under I "ir"d 2tchg 1-5 MoLar mix, rock steel oyster! shell, I) ENGLISH (CreathritlnR.( .
.. ,2 Ibs. ; : Kingsley Cemetery I j Li-nerock and Roof Gravel. Phone I .rammar. Spelling. ReadtjiK Rusi-l.i
TENDER. ;. ..
BEANS 2. the direction of DeWitt C. Jones i
i 1{ WE HAVE a new lon program lot 'I' WO4-2521 Bradford Engineering I ness English\: Wednesdays. 7pm.
5c'V; Funeral Home. I:! farmers. Loans 0: 1 to year <:<'. tfchg'I Southeast Wing. I'SO Rldg Oedit
I f.>r. 'ihr entire cre : I !! mi>iiti> ,,f the farmer and hilt family. PALL Jackson for top fill dirt, I

I Three Miles Of 301 Oainesvill* Production... Cr din j II buillt. zing and grading. W. T : .I UKXT 2 bedroom nicely I
V A&e14110R. : .rU. MaiD Jackson. WO .
ftiro For
tfchg liwl hnuw with carport
: Red Vine Ripe ; Inf'lIvtIJe. Fla.l fch*'
Finished Alachua 'ntipie or with an infant I

4 Ik County By SRD i 411 RADIOS Make* '-REPAIRED All U.tel' FOR .RENT Close in-desirable.First floor Also apartments house- ollirp at 7T3: : \. Thompson St tfi-hg

RED ONIONS : 19C TOMATOES Ib.! 1.5c 1 ,I lc.....bl. Ckargr ...r..teM for rent, or sale. Very easy terms. SYLVANIA TV's
,i !MIKPHKHD'JI RADIO TV 510 X Cherry St tfchg i Sales & Sen'Ice
The State Road Department lamia tktt. OitMrr i
I HZ. K.! Cull. St. P...... UO 4-190. LOST Pair of dark prescription STARKE RADIO & TV
has announced completion of four- !Stark. FU.i triages in or near Post Office. Return
V I Phone \\'O 4-8511
to Mrs Edward Burns. 806 W.
RedDELICIOUS New Crop laning a three-mile segment: of jU. i FOR SALE Bermuda and PahalKra : o.ladlOOn! St. Phone WO 4-7091 Itchg I FRICIDAIKEAPPLIANCES;

V V V S. Highway 301 .in Alachua H hwv. V R. Ferguson phone IV
I. WO 4-5571: 4>chg I-IS IMMEDIATE OPENING FOR am- -
V 0 A NG E S V County. V : bitious young man in Finance Field.,
APPLES YELLOW% I The $999,556 project extends COLONIAlS FLORIST High School education and auto Wanted To Piyr -- :1 bf
SQUASH I from the Marion-Alachua! County Only PUmern! F. wired T. D. any Florist place.In Flowers Starke. WO necessary 4-9091.Age %}-O preferred.Ztcbg Ph.1-5, Prefer Will ronnidfr In town.on-'photte0 needing 4-8471 repair.'

4)t; V t tV line north through Island Grove for all occasions locally. Phone Sti'hgl-19
V where 255-foot: i WO ',1\91.\ 50'; East Nnna St. tfchg FOR sALE .
( r a overpass was .Vew and used Building; Supplies BUSINESS rOPPiSKS (T\pinB
\1. doz. 2QcLETTUCE Ibs. constructed over the Seaboard AirLine I FOR HENT-Furnished apart Drive way pipe ].' lengths U.n Shorthand. (!kkpmg, General
2 2Sc railroad tracks. I ments, Reasonable rates. Near per foot. See Billy Jackson, Jack.son HiifinefK). \\Vdnf-i-davs and Thurala -
:I chopping center Phon WO '.%011 I tuilding Supplies. tfchg r >?, t p. m. and 7.O:: p. m. Credit
VV The highway was re-routed or call at 213 S. Cherry St. (Shell if (1pnirc l 2ti'hg 1-5

VV through Island Grove to eliminatetwo Oil Co. Office.' AMERICAN HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT
tfrhgMATHEMATICS Want ride to Ji..kllon"mt to work
(required for all higJi a
turns which, in
right angle
school dipl.Tnias) and Citizenship! ). 7 dally Leave here at ;3 a. in c'ontax-t
the past, have been the scene of (ALL LEVELS). p. m. Tuesdays Southeast wing L'SOTlldg. Willie Caflhniorr. :3': 1: miles north on
Mondays 7pm. Southeast Wing, Tliway SOI. Rt 2 Box 53BB.o
several fatal automobile accidnts. Credit if desired. 2tchg 1-5 I
rso Bldg. Business Arithmetic. Al Mr.. f. || Ha.% Itp
I gebra. Geometry. Trlgonmetry. General -
eEL ER Y 2 Mathematics. Credit If want- aI PKYTOV FLORIST
V Temple 1/2 Bu.V I Mrs. Lula Ray, 91 ed. 2tchg 1-5;; 111t 0. THOMPSON WO 4-4155 ST.PHONIC .

V Navel Passes Monday In HASTINGS MATTRESS I MfillT WO 4-.1801 er, WO 91922DftTICTIlR
n WKHHwr.
1,50 Tampa Nursing
[ : tfeh.
'lEAn 17c stalks i 710 Lemon St. PaUQca -
I-- Parson Brown 'V2 19c Lula Ray 91, died Mon- V. IBxperienied I Practical nur e and
day in a nursing home in Tampa I Repaired, Uphol I housekeeper. desire" work.. Mrs Ruth.
I R' P>" TM t n"x UI-n Starke UpI
1FT after a lengthy illness. She was stered & ReffuiishedMATTRESSES .

V the widow of the late L. C. Ray REBUILTNew I INTRODUCTORYOFFER
"V and an aunt of O. W. White Sr. .,
Innerspringsand I
of Starke, and C. White
.TIJUICY\ dozen of Tallahassee. She George was a member I j Box.Springs Engraved Stationery Business

> Y ANGERINES3 3, -V 49C of Mr.the and Methodist Mrs. Ray Church.were residents -I I Drop PALATKA Us a Card EA 5.9168 or Call 500 Letterheads

i STARKE WO f- m T- Service 500 Large Envelopes
of Starke many years ago ) Complete ee !
Business Cards
and Mr. Ray was a bank employee|) SIRS. PEGGY 8BALLEB, SUrke, Pruning Bracing: De-Moss-i 500

I during most pf his active years! ApId Ins Cavity Work Tree Removal i FINEST ENGRAVING

GRAPEFRUIT 'V DOZEN.29c here and in several other towns, ;i Transplanting I ALL FOR 48.05
including White Springs and Red- FOIL SALB 3 bedr.mbeBite. ''-k
llardwed 11..,. Bea.tlf.llr Sapp's Tree Surgeons I I Plate IncludedBRADFORD
Und raped. P tl. .
dick.Mrs. **4 tilde Bar-
breve Pit. Priced t. cn. PETE SAPP. Owner COUNTY
Ray is survived by a son, 1115 PrattSt.
Pk.oe WO 4-Sltl or WO 4-5311. STARKE PHONE WQ 4-S9W
Ray, pastor of the tfebc
Hyde Park Methodist Church in For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our I -
: 'In City Pound I white Pointer I Agent ua'F.R TOO LATE TO JOIN
Tampa. male bird dog. 1 white Bull dog: 224 N. Temple Phone WO 4-3965 BVBXINO CLASSES for adults. All
Gravesides rites were held at male. Owners may have' by paying "ubj ?t.. Cndit if wanted. Write
bowling Market
"II hoard and advertising cot. Contact Director.. Pox 11110, Starke or call
3:30 p. m. Wednesday in Crosby City Police. : TESTS FOR
Itchg HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMAS WO 4-3071, t>t visit Adult Education -
Lake Cemetery with arrange available each month Office. USO Bid?, for additional
WANTED Dry cleaning Route Salesman Tests for 10th Grade. Equivalencyavailable
ments in charge of Blount Funeral j lBfoi7 i Uon. Negro adult
.. -
t. Apply New Method Laundry at any time by appoint contact-principal RJE School, tfchg
:. I Home. Tampa. Dr. Milton Wear ill X.sTfmple Are 1-TCKG ment. Write Director. Box 1190, I .
S. I : V 'Across Street From Setzer's In Starke' superintendent of the Tampa District \ Starke. or phone WO 4-3071. Starke, FOR S.LE"Clean 1950 Plymouth
V / V Pe a Beauty Counselor. No canvassing : or \1sit the Adult Education Office i dr. R&H. rood tires, motor. Heavy
I of the Methodist Church, of. Write Mr. T. J. Baxtoh Green Southeast Wing USO Bldg. daily trailt-r hitch. R..a onable. Phone WO
ficiated. Cote Springs, Fla. .%tp 1-12 2t chg 1-5:; ;, 4-6471. JtchJ 1-1

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