Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 12, 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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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County Publication Established In 1879
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1 1 }a' k +4 I, Date. Set. Now CompleteStarke's

t After deliberating for over two totaling $700 each.
j : : mayor W. T.
weeks County Judge T. A. Yawn W. C. Phillips, former Waldo
__ Jackson, watches as Police Chief
u refused to dismiss charges against marshal, involved
in the fight
along Riley Sweat
Lawtey Marshal Sumpter Harley with the operation -
Mrs. Brown's
'I Fine 'Finish To Deer Season and his companion, Hoyt Star- Raymond Prevatt, signed an affidavit pleted inter of the communications city's newly com
\ radio -
ling, and last Thursday set a trial charging Harley and Star- system-

Ii C Mfrritt Williams left and date of Jan. 16 for the pair. ling with assault and battery. The
( ) Jeuett (Dan) Fogg? of Starke closed out the deer The all-transistorized system
Harley and Starling are scheduled other
charges stem from
I' reason, with II' bang. : last Saturday, bagging one buck each. In the Camp Blending affidavits was installed in all departmentsof
. I - to be tried in County Court signed by Mrs. Brown. 'I
reserve within the space of a few hours. Williams was elated with his eightpointbuck next week three v city government and In all city
on charges: assault Judge Yawn set the trial date
"the, big fellow" he had been waiting for aU, season, making dally trips to I, and battery, profane language after a Dec. 20 hearing of the r. vehicles at a cost of 10000. The

Blanding for that purpose. The big boy weighed in at 125:' pounds gutted. Fogg and public intoxication. The. case in Bradford County Court- new system was installed as a civil

settled for a three-pointer that weighed 90 net. charges result from a fracas last house in which witnesses testified Defense Project, City Clerk Merrill -

Dec. 14 at the home of Mrs Pur- for four and a half hours. Edwards stated, and the fed-

vis Brown of Lawtey, mother of Both Phillips and Prevatt, the a. eral government funds. will match thecity's

former Lawtey Marshal Mitchell principals in the fight with Har-
Two Escapees : When SRD Moves Brown. Both are free on bonds ley and Starling, refused to testi- The new radio system has two
,I fy at the hearing after Yawn denied frequencies, one for the police de-

Caught After i Clay Commission Keeps Agreement Rate Reductions a, Sigsbee motion Scruggs by Harley's of Gainesville attorney -. n other plant department the departments.street and another, The natural for power all

to dismiss charges. Scruggs .
All Night ChaseTwo $ / fire departments are 'lIi
I then refused to let Harley tell his I w---, / on
To Acquirers 301 Right-Of-Way Announced By side of the incident.At I [Continued On Page! Six]

escapees who brake. from I I the time of the fracas, HarI I j r HAS MONEY PROBLEMStarke's .

the Union County side of the !!I, I ley was serving as Lawtey mar- .

Florida State Prison at Raiford i i The Clay County Commission I.I let. I Florida PowerRate shal by appointment. He was suspended -
!I agreed last Friday that *t will "We've had around $300,000 tied then re-instated by Mayor .
early Sunday night were recap- keep its promise to the Bradford up in right of way for U. S. 17 Charles R Shuford. Harley wasfleeted Council Plans

tured Monday afternoon in the I'I Commission to acquire right of for the past year," Odum said reductions which. went into to the marshal's post last !i I Maps

Starke area. I> J. Swann. assist-: for a 5.7 mile stretch of U. "and still don't know when a effect January 1 were announced month and began his elective term,

ant superintendent stated. !Is r 301-but not until the State I.contract will be let for rebuilding I this week for Florida 'Power Jan..'1. 1

Going unnoticed by guards, <;Road Department is ready to let a I I the road. Nobody is using this I land I Light Company customers by ,- I \

George Stanley. 26. of Miami, and |.*contract for four-laning the sec- j j money which we need badly tojj!' H. DuPre, manager, of, Florida j Steps Taken To For Sewer Addition ';
Norwood WIlson 24. of Cocoa, tion' of road north of Highland in j improve county roads." Power's Blending District. i I

were recaptured about 3 p. m- Clay County. II In Bradford County, U. S- 301 The reduction in rates was !imposed Take Members .
Monday afternoon between the 1 Chairman Walter Odun and has been four-laned from Stake; upon Florida Power hv. the !

railroad tracks and Highway 301 '-.other board members said it'I north to the Clay County line, and Florida -Railroad and Public-, Utili---- Into Fair Assn.Steps II City Council met in adequate sewer system, Dawkins council on Tuesday, Jan. 24.
one mile north of Starke. r would be foolish to tie up additional !the highway is expected to befourlaned ties Commission, which cut the special session Tuesday night witha told the council.
ley, Is serving a 99 year- stan-I, large sums of the county's from Starke south to power company's revenues some member of its engineering firm I To Report Back ,' A general discussion between

for rape and Wilson is serving share of secondary road funds Waldo this year The Bradford 6254000. The reduction' will be to open membership in t i!t to map a plan 'for expansion of i The engineer is to work out a 'I'Dawkins and the council revealed: :<

years for armed robbery Swann without prior knowledge of when Commission and other interests spread state-wide over some 800- the Bradford County Fair Association j the town's ewer system. i program for expansion of the that the biggest problem will be

eaid. contracts for construction will be here would like to see it four- 000 customers, DuPre stated, and to the general public were )! The engineer, M. E. Dawkins of, sewage system, along with intimated lin I obtaining funds to add the
The two, under the. cot er of 1 laned through Clay and Duval will not result in a steep reduc- taken at a meeting of the association the firm of Reynolds Smith and i costs and present it to theFla. needed lines.
darkness, cut three wire fences County to Baldwin. tion for individual accounts. held Tuesday night after .Hill of Jacksonville told the council sewage The 30 per

surrounding the prison yard to J I I The desired right of way Under the new ruling, which the, regular meeting of American .' that the federal governmentwill cent federal government grant. ,
make good their escape. The I Z' through Clay County would cost cut the company's earnings to the Legion Post 56. finance 30 per cent of the Bank Has for which Starke is eligible; would:

prisoners cut the bottom of the I 1. j i around $48,241. approved rate 6.98 percent- small .A petition filed Wednesday with cost of new trunk lines but Will I be a portion of $50,000,000 Per

fences and crawled under Swann f The Clay Commission agreed to commercial and residential users Circuit Judge G. L. Patten asked not 'pay for lines run to residents' Most, ,Profitable !year over the entire nation of '

said. Stanley and Wilson then 1 purchase this.needed stretch In a under general service rate will that membership to the Associa- homes.. Dawklns..also.estunated., in which Florida
fled toward the Starke area' trade with the Bradford Com- average an over-all reduction of tion, heretofore limited to members genera'rmahner, that it. would Year In History receives $900,000: ,

where 'they. broke Into several t ate mission some time.ago;.Bradford's approximately five percent, DuPe .of ..American Legion Post 56, .cost-the. city approximately $200Ofld ,- : Dawkins stated.
houses to' obtain changes of clothe part of the bargain hard aurfac- ,said. Large'commercial concerns be -opened to "any reputable person to .enlarge- 'thiee trunk' Blurs The profitable I The State Board of Health :!he

and arms;When captured.Mon- ID2L around: 'two. miles,.of the{ .sor ,, such..as restaurants, also rho.i.s JJ .citizetlaf! :thevt5.!" Ieadingtovjh4 d RosaLplant" 'and!, roost.'; year:istoc 1a1b1 in its :saW,Jttejmtoes..which,toWas.aad. .
day afternoon,, Stanley was arm called "chicken'farm'' 4road around received' rate'' reduction but 'because Annual membership fee, as set 1 ito.'a&-a7rickling- ; fiuei'system't0! : the,JloridaBank epe'taers.of : : at Starke cftie. -1U, ) get' Florida's' portion, *

ed.with.a. : .22,caliber- rifle. and Wilson the:east. side 6f Lake Geneva demand meters used in larger forth to the petition, would be $1. the ,pesent disposal l .unit.. !' attheir:24th: i arrnualTneeting held the. funds.*The"board:the' y'

4 with a 16 guage shotgun -has a1r a.dr.been: com- accounts cause a fluctuation, Kenneth Grider. Post 56 com- Council,;JChairmari J. D. Doyle here :"uesday. S. -L.',Peek, Jr said, likes to divide the engineer
Swann stated, but neither attempted pleted. according to demand, a straightper mander and president of the Fair told.Dawkins.;that Starke .at,pres- president, reported: that depositsat equally between funds
to fire when told to r> cent of reduction cannot be Association, said the amendmentswere ent has trunk-lines.leading to the jear-end large and small. ]
; were $3,587,405.86, cities. -
throw down the guns.Swann Alvarez StoreObserves figured. sought as a means of broad- disposal .plant that are smaller and capital funds '
totaled It
said the two prisoners: J I i After the reduction Florida ening the base of fair activity and than arleri leading to residents' 894.59. $580- that was suggested at the 'meeting

would be tried in Union County 67th- Power is now offering residential i interest in the hope that future homes. Dawktos//. also told the A..:complete statement of I i the remaining 70 per tel1'totthe ,
for escape and in Bradford for I 6 Year WithSale users 20 kilowatt hours (KWH) of growth would be stimulated by council that. the': present disposal condition proposed $200,000 come froma
appears elsewhere in this fund fed the
"breaking and entering. The assist- for instead the of exhibitfacilities plant took by new sewer serv
i electricity $1.10, of the acquisition adequate only-a third of the.pol Issue-of. The Telegraph.The ice
ant warden also said that prison t Alvarez Store is observing its old rate of 16 KWH for a mini- and accommodations. lution from waste matter. A trick- ,following >ater rate increase,
directors were and half of the ,
officials learned of the pail's exit 67th Anniversary with a store- mum bill of $1.25. Under the new Gride said it was felt the fair ling filter, system added to :.the :elected for 1951: R.F. Bartlett, C. City Clerk Merrill utilities tax. But,

shortly after their escape Monday wide sales event describe:! as its rates the company is now selling had gone about as far as it could present system would remove ap E. Hernwall, S. L. Peek, Jr., W. the Edwards warned
night The next word they had! Smith Narn-e-; 1 i greatest sale in over half a cen- the next 36 KWH for 4.95 cents under exclusive Legion! sponsorship proximately 90 per cent of the B. Sewell, Ernest J. Snead, and committed council for fund is already
on the prisoner's where-abouts : tury. The store was founded in each, the next 130 KWH after and that it was now.desirable -: pollution, he said, arid cost about Harold to. Wall next nine
was a report that they had been i I 1894 by J. M. Alvarez, and is now that for 2.75 cents each, and to bring in other interested I 80000. At a months to repay $22,500 remaining
meeting of directors
seen in the Starke area.The | To Ag Council .r owned and operated by his grandson anything above 186 KWH costs groups, as well as individuals. The engineer also told the after the stockholders' meeting held of $40,000 which the city bor-

two were trailed about the j I' W. H. Graham. 1.65 cents per KWH. The present Fair Associationwas council enlargement of the three, the following officers were elec- rowed last June to pave city

outskirts of Starke with blood Foster Shi Smith of Starke independent 'I Items from the lines of 30 fam- Since no uniform percentage! of incorporated Nov. 30, 1940. trunk lines; on Orange Street;; ted: S. L. 'Peek Jr., president; streets lines.and install new water and

hounds all through Sunday night ; ( timber man, was appointed ous brand names are featured reduction can be figured for large Grider said the fair had grown Church Street and Alligator Creek; Ernest J. Snead, vice president sewer
and until their capture Mon- I. in commercial rates 'because of the during the 20 "al-! ; Edwards also stated that the
up i the sale which is announced a past years would cost approximately $120-/( C. E. Hernwall, vice
day afternoon, Swann stated. |Isioner' of Wednesday Agriculture by Comm Conner (I! full page: advertisement in this demand meters used, DuPre gave though severely handicapped by'000. The'addition to the disposal cashier; and Billy G.president Epps and and council is going to have to dig up
Doyle :
approximately $100,000
to !issue', of The Telegraph. examples of savings under the lack of sufficient exhibit facilitiesand plant and the enlargement of the I J, E. Tomlinson assistant cashiers I from"somewhere"
serve on the new State to install lines
Kenneth Mitchell I A novelty feature of the sale new rates. One account which accommodations trunk lines would give Starke an sewer
\ Agricultural Advisory Council. when U. S. 301 !
will be three "button auctions" forlithe used 2.224 KWH during one -- south is widened
The 20-man council is authorized i I ladies when "no money, just month would save $6 he said. ; next year. The clerk also noted

Passes Thursday j under the new reorganizational 1 j I I buttons" will be used for ,bidding Another which used 1,185 KWH that the city is in debt about

i ii plan for the agricultural department -j would save $8, and another which $800.000 from a loan of $750,000

Kenneth Thomas Mitchell 69. now being put into effect. I I Sales Tax Office used 2,381 KWH would save $11 in 1956 to install light, water and
of Ralford. died in a Starke convalescent j.It will meet four times a year to I I under the reduced rate. sewer lines, and from a 1959 loan
home Thursday, Jan. 5, recommend rules, regulations, I Comptroller Ray E.. Green has ij! In imposing its fourth ate reduction of $425,000 to install the natural.
after a brief illness. He was born i: proposed legislation, and set poll- ; announced the opening of an L in four years on the gas system. .

I at Gracevllle, and was a retired j cy on other matters affecting thstate's e j ji 'I Area Sales Tax Office in Lake I.' power company the Utilities
builder. i i i agricultural industry. I'r Commission did not specify particular -
road City to serve Baker, Bradford,' I ; Emergency Plans
Mr. Mitchell had made his''Smith will represent the forestry Columbia, and Union counties. i. rates to be cut but permitted ;

home with his son at Raiford for I interests on the committee. The area supervisor will be M. II I Florida Power to submit Formed

the past year, moving there from Smith was also asked by Connerto '| F. (Ed) Finley, who has been appropriate and reasonable reductions .;c 1 __ gY Lj1't; I Being
the sevenmember'Plant ;
Graceville. He was a member of serve on in the amount prescribedfor ._
I 1.- ';
i employed: in the Comptroller's _; \By
Industry Technical Com County Group
the Methodist Church. approval. 1't
j % t&l iL : .': ; i
mittee. i office : ,. ,. JtiJ
Surviving are a daughter Mrs. I II i tor eight years. I Since August of 1957 the! Commission .h'! ; .

Pauline Hall of Marianna; one :; has required this parti- 'v- _r 1:; IIizY } .. -":,'-, ';;'<:\""" I\ An organizational meeting of
son H. Buford Mitchell of Rai-I Businessmen's Committee FormedTo cular utility to reduce its annual .( ..',::....oP"'-''', the County Emergency Planning:'

ford; four brothers, and two sis- gross revenues by approximately .J Committee was held at 9 a. m-

iprc_n Speed Development Authority 14000000. In 1957 a reductionof ...., Thursday Jan. 5, in the County

Funeral services were held at 3 : $4,750,000as required; in .. ASC office with Chairman W. S.
Friday in Graceville with Haas presiding
p.burial m. In Galilee Cemetery De- A committee to expedite the i porations.;' 1959, 2860000. 3 ...-.. ...,. At this time the chairman established
formation of a Bradford County!'|,! According to legislation tentatively f r 4' s
Witt C. Jones was in charge of the succession, of com-
local arrangements. j Development Authority and make planned, the authority Football Banquet I mand for the county committee,
i recommendations for its would J
financing have the power to own
and also designated alternate
.. operations. was appointed at the property, enter into' contracts, and I Scheduled For headquarters to be Ill the Flori-
-- meeting of the Starke- to issue revenue-anticipation .
!Monday certificates I Next Thursday da Forest Service Headquarters
I Bradford County Chamber of !: for the purpose of paying ,
of ,8tar
100 .west ,
on Highway g
U.D.C. I Commerce board of directors. :' all or any part of the cost of Bradford High's undefeated --- .--. -.- -- __h
I f)lor [2,1 the Brooker Community
Named to the group by CC I'I any project undertaken.The Tornado footballers will be honored i A LITTLE LATE, BUT HE MADE IT j Center.
Silver Tea I President
Clyde Terwillegar were:
committee will make its I)|I Thursday. Jan. 19, at their The chain of command ,.-a&
IE. L. Matthews, chairman, JohnA. recommendations to annual football banquet sponsored Richard Gerald Norman, who 3-in. the
the Chamber, January Bradford County Lil Bishop, president of the established i. as follows, in the or-
St. Mark'sParish Torode, Jerome Johns. H. A-j i i and the proposed legislation will by the Starke Boosters weighed in at seven pounds, wait-i Hospital He is the son of Mr. ford County Hospital Auxiliary,:der named:, W. 8- Haas, county

House Bishop Jr., and Carl Johns. be presented at public:hearings to Club.University ed three days but still got here in i and Mrs. .Bobby Norman of Law which sponsors a New Years.Baby chairman; Q. T. Huggins deputy

I It was emphasized that tie) be held by Sen. Charley E. Johns of Florida Football time to be the county's first baby 1 tey and is the couple's firs child. Contest each year Mrs. Bishop is county chairman; Mildred Sapp

Thurs., Jan. 19 ,committee should meet at an I I and Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr. early Coach Gene Ellenson head de- born in the new year. Richard Is shown above to his shown presenting gifts donated t>yl third in command; H. R. Ellis

3:30to5P.M. early date since local legislation j in February. fensive mentor of the Caters Bradford County's first baby :mother's arms at the ripe old age eleven local businessmen to Mrs.I fourth comaand out ol coun-
: I must be filed with the clerk of j will speak at the affair, which of 1961 was born at 1:31 of
I Robert Mclntire, treasurer of p. m. on i one. day. With them is Mrs. Norman ty).
; the Florida House of Representatives will be held in the Bradford High
Everyone Invited : the Bradford .Labor Cooperative The chairman encouraged all
i by March' 28, prior .to the Cafeteria. Ellenson was a candi-
reported that work members to read National Pod
was progress- Cancer To
'opening of the 1961 Legislature I Society Bradford Receives Guard Payroll
ing satisfactorily on ,this project date for the head coaching position Plan Annex 31, and Defense MobiliZation

This Space Contributed on The April 4. of the authority and that a ,total,of $3,295 had at the University of Geor- i Meet In MacclennyThe Race Track PaymentBradford Tops $27,000 Planning to assure contInuity -I
been paid 'in up to date by: pur- gia.The of essential functions to
Weekly to Publicize i would include "the acquisition of chasers certificates.. He said Tornadoes will receive annual orientation, con County, along with all Members of Co.: C. 748th Ord. the event of 'a civil defense emer
Community Events by ;lands, properties and improve- slipover sweaters, given to them ference for, districts four and five
the total.amount needed to complete other Florida counties, received Bn., Florida National a d gancycar
}ments for development, expansionand the project would be around by the school and football jack- of the American Cancer Societywill Mrs.- C.. L. Scholl new County
THE COMMUNITY r[ promotion of Industry, commerce $6,000. ets from the Boosters Club. The be'held at the Baker County $14,500 this week: as its share Starke were paId"$27,18Q.57 for: CD chairman: said she would 'be

I agriculture, natural resources Terwillegar sweaters will be grey trimmed in High School in Macclenny on of State race tract',funds. The their services during 1960, Ca;P*. willing to assist the committee IIi
,STATE BANKOF and vocational training, and was red and will bear the inscription Thursday, Jan._ 19, from 4:45: ,to payment makesiii total to date of Randal Chitty unit commander" any way possible through her office
the construction of buildings and orized to appoint a five-man "Keystone Champs 1960, Unde 8:30: p. 'm. Dinner will be served. $41,000, exceeding by $3,500 the announced, yesterday.Guardsmen and its. facilities .
STARKE |!plants for the purpose of selling, committee to confer-with the City feated." The jackets will bear a Members wishing to attend may total''received by,the counties',at : The next meeting was scheduledfor

_, 1 I leasing or renting such structures Council concerning proposed low- patch on the sleeve which will contact Mrs.. W. Hal Hand of the same time in any previous _are' paid one day'sregular Feb: 3. .
Ito private persons, firms, or-cor- rental housing units .for .Starke. read "Keystone Champs 1960." I Starke. year. Parforeach'driU.

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"IJI_ '_'. .... .1.......,............... ,. Sheriff P. D. Reddish and H. After Five Losses as subject to dissolution, and that In The Clreiit Court Of Bradferd ,i il-* entered against you for the r
m. K. Tyus are attending the Sheriffs three (J) months after date of this! COB at 7, Florida !a Chaurerjr I IIH demanded the 'e mplal tI ,
publication each and every said corporation Cane Vo. 12-83S I This notice shall be publuh"1on.
convention at Mount Dora Mamie Lanter. alias Mrs A. Williams -I "'.-..10.8 in Bradford County Te
from Wednesday to Friday. in the meantime filed its reports :
t First Game WonBradford Defendant graph, commencing December. .
due and paid the taxes due under I .
I .. Mike Reddish returned the provisions of Section 6 S.33. l1lif.! J"< _,
Saturday to Fort Bragg, N. C. r .... Florida. Statutes, will be eertitid I Ito I NOTICE OF Sl'ITIn U.tness my hand and the seal th".'.
after:eleven leave. the Governor of the State of I The Same Of The State Of said Court at Stark". Florida,
days Florida, who will issue a Proclamation Florida: Pet-ember !L .UI-O.
Ii> THE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Huggins of !B (CIR'TIT COURTJSEAL)
j jI ] C at that time dissolving said To Mamie Lanter, alias Mrs. A.
.I Alachua were last Thursday visit- ca rs corporation.Bradford County Williams, whose residence is 41 Charles Clerk of A.saldtrcu1t Darby

,t ..... ors of Mr. and Mrs. George Bigham Enterprises Incorporated. High You Street, Petersburg notified Virginia.; 1 Court.'t 1-1:
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Huggins. Brook er.PTadford. suit in equity, in which the relief -
... Dr. and Mrs. Barney McRae. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bakken of DRESS SALE AT STUMPS.Mr. cagers:t f'Eunice with eight points fa h. I Wholesale Motors incorporated sought is divoive and (,ui'todr of \OTICK OP INTENTION TO1lIl.TJfl
I tasted victory for the first time The Tornadoes' efforts last Starke.It I' Helena Lavon Lanter minor childof j FltTITIOl XAMBNoti.e
4. Jr. of Lake City visited Mr. and Colfax, N. D. are visiting their and Mrs. Gary Martin and I this Is further directed that a copy the parties, has been filed a- I 1 is hf'rt'byI"pn that the
Mrs. McRae Sr. and family on son and daughter-in-law,. Mr. and daughters of Deerfield Beach were i season in' a ..4535.1"1<1 over week to hit the winning4rail were! of this notice he published one time i gain!" youby Stuart; V. Lunter in : nndl'r!' ,mt'd. under the "provisionsof
1 P. K. Yonge Tuesday night after thwarted at in the Bradford County Telegraph : the above named Court of Florida.
.. Saturday.Mr. Mrs. Bakken every turn. The ''lo- and cause I Chapter :!a.95Z, L&wa
Jr. for the month of
d4 Thursday to' 'Saturday guests Of five straight losses. a newspaper published; in StarKe, j and you are summoned ordered I Actof I-MI. will register with the
and Mrs. R. J. Andrews I January. They visited Silver Mr, and Mrs. Jesse Newsome. cal cagers lost a thriller last Fri-:, Florida. in which ('..ountthl' home and required to file your nrUten t leeK ot tbr Circuit: Court, in and
:: and children of Wesconnett were Springs last Wednesday and are Mr. and Mrs. David Reid and With the score knotted 3232in day night ..31. to.Green Cove office of the above listed ('(corporaj j' answer or defenses to the complaint -I for Bradford 1"luntJQ'Ii\rl, upon
the fourth tion are shown to h* | in said cause in the office of I rpf'iptf proof of the
period. Tornadoes The
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.' spending the'weekend in Miami. family of Jacksonville were Sat- Springs. contest was lost in': In Witness Whereof I have hereunto >! the undersigned Clerk of said Courtat i this noti'.>, the fictitious) name erf
R. O. Dansby. '1 1-! Price Sale on Dresses, Coats pulled ahead in the final the final seconds of the last quar-'i' Sf't my hand and caud the Starke. Florida. on or before the I Koch's Drug Store under which I
of Mr. and Mrs.
I urday guests i.minutes to pull out the game. ter when Green Cove in Great Seal of the State of Florida,i, !:rd day of January. 1961. and to ; am engaged in business at 166 Went
Sgt. and Mrs. Donald Harden1U. 'I and Suits at Leila's.Mr. Dolph Reddish. dropped I: to be affixed at Tallahassee; the 11;>1'a copy thereof on Hollis V. : Call St.. Starke. .Florida.
:.:Ez brook and family of Fort Campbell I I. and Mrs. Alta Ashwst of Ray Goldwire left this week *!Dewey McKinney provided the two free throws to forge ahead j: Capital, this 2nd day of January. i; Knight plaintiffs attorney whose: Olin W. White. 43$. Lake Street

....:;. Ky. 'and.Pvt. D. Ritch Green j jr Cocoa sp'ent.the past two weeks for Abaco in the Bahama Islands 'i extra spark in a contest "whicTi and Woody Strickland's 'final attempt I i i A.(SEAL P. 1961.) 'i ii !address Florida on Is or 1'. O before Rox said U!date. Stnrke as, Starke Hated, Fia this, sole 15th owner.day of. January

::' of Fort Leonard Wood. Mo. were I I with Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen. where he will be a junior ac- could have goner' either way when with a 15 foot jump shot R. .\ GRAY > required b>' the Laws of Florida A. n p.ij! at ::tark.. Bradforfl
;'i he sank two consecutive. Jump ; bounced off the rim of the basket I SECRETARY OF STATE and Rules of Court. If YOU fail to (Counts Florida .
-dio11day visitors of Mrs. Nelson -A of friends : .
: group gave a t countant with the Owens-Illinois' I'1IIf *_ < -4 It .do so. a decree pro confesso will, 1"1! 4t !-!
Green and family. i I house-warming! ;; .for Mr. and Mrs. Company. shots early! in 'the quarter., t Saturday night found the Tornadoes I -

Seed Potatoes At Sistrunk's. 1 i George Huggins Saturday! 1-2 Price Sale on Dresses Coats "The scoring and rebounding1 pitted against a fine team j I .

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Batten of i iHellbronn ing at their home at 313 even-I and Suits at Leila's. Franklin Tomlinson and' Dewey I at Forrest in Jacksonville. The '

: Springs have rented I ange'street. : Sen. and Mrs. C. E. Johns were ,McKinney brought this team tj) local- cagers ,were no match for : T4at

the Th6mas house at 627 N. Wal- j Mr. and Mrs. W. Hal Hand and in Tallahassee Wednesday and:':life," 'Coach Carleton Koch.stated.;the big 'Jacksonville ,club and < .,

:.. nut street. i i daughter, Lisa, visited Mr. :and Thursday on business. Both boys are jut for ..baketbafl.t ,,:went down to.defeat 54-43. Emory ,

Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Gerle of j Mrs., L. C. Smith at Daytona Pvt. Frank L. Williams left.|t for the v first time. this season, : although Eunice was J high point, man against : -

:: ,Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. L. Beach over them weekend. Brooklyn, N, Y. Tuesday' for two. ,. seniors, and -were. ,playing I Green' Cove' with 16 points : .ttJD tate ;

S. Hutto and family on Sunday. Mr. and 'Mrs.. L. D.. Green Mrs. years overseas duty at. Regens- i only the sixth game of their ca- ,and teammate Woody Strickland '

: Mrs. J. W. Lee spent Wednes- 'C. D. Williams. 'Mrs. D. J. Clark burg, V Germany. |reers. ', II I|:grabbed point honors Saturday I -. 4-. .; !4' ,,14

: dayto Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I and Gene Pass made a business Ladies Coats on Special Sale at I P. "K. Yonge could not,hit from' by sinking, markers.. I ; tomake : 'I:'

.. J. R.. Chasteen In Keystone I Ia. i trip to May'on Saturday.Mrs. Stump's.Mr. 1 the outside to break the zone, de-j|: Baby ,Tornadoes .t* it

.". Heights. I J. .H. ,TjockHart of Tampa, and Mrs.. F. W. Strickland i jfense of the Tornadoes.: The Wavp I I After a. 50361ctory- 'over I one more t4I

: Hallmark Valentines now on I find Miss Josephine Jones Miss have had.as visitors Mr. and Mrs.J .]was also/ out-rebounded .by th j I:Green Cove's. Junior ,varsity. the I .

II 'dIpIayit "Bullington's Studio and I Frances Hughes Miss Rita Copeland C._ :Moyer of Jacksonville on ;Starke quintet] which grabbed: 19:,Baby.-'Tornadoes. suffered" twostraight. '! e4otaU6

"I Gift! Shop. : Miss Carolyn Hetherford, Saturday, :and. Mrs. O. W. Cramp :'offensive: and. 28,.' defensive. rebounds -. losses to' Forrest 'and P. I .
Friends of Arthur Wood will Miss .Ruby Milner'and Miss Ann : of Jacksonville and Lt. Com. and .off the boards. K.. Yonge. !

be interested to know that he is I Whatley, all ojr Jacksonville, helda I Mrs. W. C. Thomas and family of The Blue Wave held. a 17-15. David Ingram took scoring hon i I .. '

,- now residing at Tyus Convalescent Baptist WilU Retreat last Tues- I Rocka\ray Beach. Long Island,,;(edge ,at the end -of '.a ; efensIve.I ors last' week against' the Bue Devils I .

= Home and will welcome their day and Wednesday at the Mundy: N, Y. on Sunday.Mr. first half, .but Starke came back, bY'oring 24 points, ,and a-

I- 'Visits. Mr. Wood's daughter, Mrs. cottage on Kingsley Lake. and Mrs. Carl Sapp spent i paced by :Tomlinson and, McKin- gain Saturday night with a highof .

.:_a.qi Ted bsborne, has returned to her .DRESS SALE AT' STUMPS. the weekend at Daytona Beach j ney with 12 and 10 points re- 12markers.. >But teammate ..' -.. '

*...... home in Houston, Texas after Mrs.' Lucile Davis returned last I with Mr. and Mrs. John Benny 4 spectlvely, to grab a 28-25 lead John Williams grabbed the ,honors : .:.r'

"spending the holidays with him week from two- weeks visit with iSapp. | at the end of the third ;period. Tuesday In the teams losing ..
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here. I Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith, Jr. in Mr. and MfS.. W. H.-Steinmeyer Clayton Mathis, ,with 13.points,I I efforts-against the.Blue Wave by 't .! ,. -
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._. Annuals: Calendula Petunia, F'l rala. Ala. Mrs. Davis: also spent:ofjJackonville! '' { Sunday'visit-\1 and- Ken Turna, ,wlthO markers, .scoring ,20 swishers. .. .t.. -' 4 j. tt'.I'.. .. r
I last Frirday and Saturday 'with' her the attack .jcouldn't: wUl SantaFe
e. ,rs-of arents.'Mr and 'Mrs. led Wave. ,.t Both teams. travel

_. Pansy, Snapdragon, Hollyhocks.At I Mr.\ an:! Mrs. H. G. Davis, Jr. in. W. F. Herlong. hold out in't' fourth period, ., tomorrow:;. ,jtighjFBday); ] .to .
Sistrunk's.I I Gainesville.Mrs. DRESS SALE AT STmIl'S.I Starke's.,effort was also" aided.1 meet Santa FVs Rebels on "the > 4.t'5

'. .... -. \ W. B. Mundy. Mrs. H. L. Attending the ,School of Evan-. i bv Woody Stricki and' and :'Emory enemy's home floor.
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_- ;c.1r-. """' ,_.,- -,', Brownlee, Mrs. J. W. Lee, Mrs. F. gelism in Lake CJty. on Monday .t'1'
I B. Beard. and Mrs. L. A. Hebert were: Rev. H. O. Boyette. Mrs. $ _

I attended the Baptist Evangelistic C. D.. Williams, Mrs. Titus Olson,,:H.AndersonfamifrEit: 'About l t. \ '

Florida meeting Wednesday at the First Mrs. W. L. Blair, Miss Am Co- : ipp 1-

Baptist Church in Jacksonville. burn Miss Kate Struth, Mrs. : .

E Bob Smith. Archie Green, and Walla Lipsey, Mrs. G. S. New:; Experiences On European Trip -

Jan Mundorff spent the weekendin comb. and Mrs. Eugene Williams, ,
Atlanta. Ga. with friends. Alexandria, . Edwards of 0 ,
Theatre ,Mrs. W. B. Mundy attended the Va.Wayne will be home for the weekend,: Mr. and Mrs. A. W. AndersonI 'Torrenmolinas, built around a tiny ai, .'f'.wIiU0"' ; .....:;- ":" '-.. 1( I
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Baptist Camp committee meetingat New Garden and Field Seri]I Jr. and children,.who are-making fishing village' and can watch the S j

the home of Mrs. Clyde Lips- At Sistrunk's. an extended tour of 'European I ships; on ,the Mediterranean from .

comb in Jacksonville last Wednes- Friends of Mrs. ,Elmer Johns ol, t t countries, have settled down on their living room and kitchen Make up your mind now to
formerly pf Starke:, the'Costa"del rSol'of'Sp 'in'1or.the windows 'as'they head to and from '

.: SAT. JAN. 14 day.Annuals: Calendula, Petunia, will Apollo be Beach.interested to know that; j I winter months and are writing to the straits of Gibraltar. .' open a bank savings account I

Double Feature Program Pansy Snapdragon Hollyhocks.At she won second,place in the religious relatives here-of their 'many interesting The leisurely pace of Spanish '_

: 1st. Feature Sistrunk's. class of ,Christmas I. decorations experiences. Mr"A 1der- life is noted) by Mrs. Anderson ; with us soon and to add .

: 1- "E. L. Matthews and Miss Anne in Apollo Beach. I son is the son of Mr. and 'Mrs. who .wrttes'We'\'e: wastecf..ne- ": 'to '
Matthews spent the weekend in Mrs. W. V. Green, Jr. and children .. 'A1 t-Anderson. and Mrs.Anderson ly.:'a*'week insetting. 'our )letters : it every payday in 1961! I

; Orlando with Dr. and Mrs H. B.McLeidon. of Raleigh. N. C.:Were holiday -. son the daughter of' Mr. and off 'to ,you,..but":this. :is 'trifiy. the. .
< i HOUND Mrs. E. S. Matthews visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ower 1 Mrs. .J. G Caldw ll.aU'-of;Starke. land of m&n'ana ,f tomorrow]. It's .

and Mr.'and Mrs. Charles Meister. Vaughn. Their home is in Ventura,'Calif. 'coldin-the', :morning* so we/don't

DOG 'While there they- attended the I Fertilizer for flowers.and gard-'.1(' The spot on the coast.'of.Spain: get.. up"_Until. late_, ,.' breakfast 10"f

Roger Williams concert in the ('n!i. At Sistrunk's. I" about. '81 miles., .from Gibraltar.. and. 'siesta-begins. at'l, or41Jso IDA
Orlando municipal auditorium.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. L. 1>. Vining spent tlwas b : ..chosen;by the Andersons-for most'stores ,all close,,'open agaIn' .JFL."O'J'i!! J

: MAl and Mrs.. Joe Martinez are last week in Stockton Ga .wittK 1[tits 1 reputation of'being the warm-. f..t'iBy.then it's cold'again, so :
: visiting Mr. ann Mrs Ji\ A. Martinez I. :'and Mi's:' Walter Tiimtterman n viesj\ -spotiin'Europe '\\' 1ter'\. not tnfich.;': tMt1:" v?! <\Ii w. ': .- ,

:_lUseoPe< COLOR by D5 LUXE IluacnwaiUC il) Mandarin today. John Torode attended a Racin r.i 'in a recent letter, Mrs. And r- ."As -we finally"-found- out, the IT :: ;
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SOUMO Mr. and Mrs. Gar1 Mathews 'I Commission meeting in Miami 01 i son [Mary Jo] described their post office just doesn't open again! .. .. .: i:
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: 2nd. Feature were Tuesday evening supper Wednesday and Thursday.Seed rented house as "really adorable, after 'siesta. So it took us until. '

guests 'Of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Potatoes At Sistrunk's.. typically Spanish with tile floors today to.feet to the post office in ONE OF 23 BANKS OF THE FLORIDA NATIONAL CROUP MEMB FEDERAL, DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP.
,Mathews in Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith wil 1 fireplace, and more plumbingthan M biga..'We're all for taking up -
The Great Submarine Picture I Mrs. W- H. Nollman entered be In Tallahassee Thursday an 1 you can imagine-none 'of their ways. We're getting almost : -

"-". GLENN FORD Bradford County Hospital last Friday where Mrs. Smith is rep-', which. worked the first. day. but as relaxed as the ,natives.. W.
Friday with a lung congestion.Bud ,lesenting this district at th< most doing pretty good now." The and I often sit on the door stepor
: ERNEST BORGNINE Lawson was inducted in Florida Institute of Laundererand s ;'completely furnished cottage rents 'wander around-doing absolutely I __

': > ': .v"":' 'f> *..'. the Army in Jacksonville on Cleaners meeting. for $38 a month 'E$50 Spanish]. nothing. A local shop has an I

: ; ,: <'i 1 Tuesday. DRESS' SALE AT STUMPS. "The Spanish are by i far the English lending library so :we

",. : ,. .. y'm' r-.4' Ladles Coats on Special Sale at Mrs. W. H. Edwards returne
L:1cIL8R. .: ,.. !"<; ;' ': Stump's. to her home in Jacksonville artetwo'months' r;I Mrs. Anderson declares. Mard their something that 'has 'been & little FEELM& WELLGO og A < Nfe.CK WITH COURSE, MOM !!
i : :1 'Rev. J. H. Mabry, Jr. and Rev.L. ,visit with her daughter ,.i i country the most varied." Mal ga hard to come, br sirre i we left TODAY, SODDYljF! TUO9E GROCERIES FROM SAXTER1 / TM SO MERVOUS THAT '

: 'iP D A. Hebert are attending the she describes as "the bestsmelling English speaking.countries.t EVEYUTTLTHJM&' '
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'UN Baptist Evangelistic- conference in Mrs. Drew Reddish and fami- city we've 'ever :been In anywhere "It's,going to'*17 cheap to,live ;; CityhshG 1 TT UPSE'TS MEJ I

: Jacksonville from Tuesday to lYe -a man sweeps the streets here. in which case we may not 'vt31 Iz ''
PiMS! Meat Market / '.
II CiapsiMVETRtODICartoon ::: ::;
:Thursdays scrub the sidewalks the .
and they -actually even be coming home in sum- \ i;'; '
I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sale and CARD OF 'THANKSWe : !" J We're stm'discussing camp- ..... : }: ..
No Sail nei. 'tJ ; :;!
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daughter. Jackie. of Blountstown short dis- "
i are sincerely grateful t 0 The Andersons are a Ing when} the'weather.. gets warm.Don.t .w. '
were Monday 'niglit guests of Mr. .*9nee from the resort town of know if'I'm that courageousor .... '
I friends and neighbors for thei r r
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SUN., MON.\ TUES. & WEI)S and Mrs. Guy'Sale. many kind acts of sympathy dining not.:but. .as Wf say, it'd really .'.' ....." -:, '. ... ""
Hallmark"Valentines .Pa4r Jailed
: JAN. 15, 16, 17, & 18ELVs now on our recent 'bereavement. I be ,an experience." :....... '. ."....'...{'.'...'.' .
diyplay at Bullington's Studio and -
Mrs. A. A. Durden and familJTERWILLEGAR Jin FracasTwo I 'JThe ,Arjderonsa! .} !;! touring : ::: '. !
: Gift :
.. Shop. I i,Eurooe ,in: a compuct foreisn! car ___ :_.:?: ,;.:: :: c.-; .
: Wt. 9L PRESLEY -- Starke men are free from which .fleypd had"bv: rr note t \

. : [the City Jail ,under $77.50 bond!control\;' ..andnad\ ; Awaiting for
dfJ WWW firearms with them when 'they arrived overseas. Weekend Beel
STar.c each for displaying r Sale! :
I / MOTORSNEW intent to do bodily harm. I .

Burnell Dyal, 26, and Gene Tin- C ,*.t7 tJWdz.'s'CDiit nIS L ,*.d -
S '-ULOH..DIU Ie at 1 m. .. .
Bass. 17, were arrested a. For -Bradford ,r Btr. Tlerlda.Jn
rf': "Estate of 1';. W. 4ndrewi.
-- -- Starke police. J
Tuesday by ROUND
decud.fNot'Of j
Elvis Sings! Riley Sweat stated, after ,the two Filing 'Pt 11t1on' For Final : : :- M-
1961 had threatened the manager of DI 4.fo AH Whom Tt'(")fay Concern: STEAK' ..lb.69c STEW
the Bus Station Cafe, on North N'otlCf'.iJ hewty glvei\ that I have 71 Ic
Elvis Temple Ave., with a .22 caliber filed! my final returns as Executor
Acts! ;.of the estate! of.ro..tW. Andrews/ -
FORD FALCON RANCHERO |rea ed: that I 'haveflIed my petl- LB .
a to Sweat, the men Hlon for distribution and for final) I
: It's The Dramatic waitress'Iwme., discharge! and that January 16th, 'RIB .
wanted to take a I>81, I"will -ftflply to the Honorable..Theron
: against her will. When she 'complained A. Yawn, County Judge of
Paul S. Bradford Countv Florida for approval -: 1ffWT.Ib. SSe STEW
to the manager
of :saId final returns and for.an
of the Year Webster one of the ,mEn told ordr of distribution and for
fix- : final di.orharge as executor of the
him: "You you're W'mot) n. ,\,. jt.t1"rfrWR, rdeeeasedjDecember .
ELVIS SINGS! ing to get shot, do you?" I 2!. 1966. '
Jj:1n.R.:! 'Andr Wit *
Sweat said witnesses-told ;
R. Andrew"Executor
"FLAMING SOAR""BRITCHES" him, the, other man ,went outside of the Estate .
and got the rifle, which ha neyer .of O. W. Andrews deceased. ; 'FRYERS
I' Police,
raised to firing position. j. ---- -- "'c.-- -
: "SUMMER KISSES" r summoned by someone outsidethe OF" \L TR TI8 TO

S Su station, arrived and arrestedthe REGISTER'FICTITIOUS. that SAME the I '
NotIce Is hereby given 'LB. IB. LB.
: "WINTER DEARS" f pair. undersigned under Jhe> prorisioni1'II .79c lie 3SeI
of Chapter V20.953.'Laws of"Florida,
"A CANE AND A HIGH :Acts of mi will register! with ,the,
STARCHED CARD OF THANKS .j Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and
: COLLAR"rCosforrinff for upon',receipt
I We take this means of express Bradror4County .
of publication'of this notice S
of proof -
: l : Barbara Eden, ing our sincere and heartfelt the fietitloiw name of BLADEdASiOF9TARKE END CUT FRESH .m
: "Sieve Forest Dolores Del ,. :thanks: to relatives: 'and friends :under.Nchich wear
: Jtlo, and John .1\l Intirer. for their 'words consolation I,:1Ildh engaged m-St.. in tarke business. 'Fiwlda.I at.322 W. ; :lb. ; '11
.... :and :for' the.beautiful flowers and I John Charles Sawyer. .P. : Cartoon: No Biz Like ,Shoe Biz other kindnesses at the,death'.of':2'.St.arke, Florida.. and Joanne S.Sawyer ,
b _ _ _: and P. '0. Edx' 526.. Starke.,
our beloved, husband, lather, Florida. 'cole owners. ,
:THURS., & FRI. !: "gi'a dfather -The Lester Kite I Dated.. this end. day at Dmber
:\ D. 1S50 at Starke Bradford
: JAN. 19 & 20 I tamfly. 'County,'FIOT'Ida.! n.%!'4t M2

TO MILIS > X t'I .
I We wish. .to .gratitudefor. .'Xotite' is hereby given under'. the 's 'Ir*>'.; i-J _. "? '- "__'_'j __'' 5a_ .._ & *""" :lJW
6' BOX. 3116! WC FeET provteioBs'
.. I '- 1 .the':.kindnesses shown tis Ldur- Statutes;to'each f'.Sef'tloD-I9S.JS."Flo of the corporations STOCK A COMP1CTE LIME OF GROCERIES jl)

I ing our recent bereavementMri.Lonnie'S. listed below. the came being ineor.
; ponted.tfMer. the..liwsat*Florida
cOF :LOAD :SPACE Smith and Mrs.- and,according.to- the record of the
( Paul C.'Hutchins.Cab.piiif.for Secretary! of State deae'b'and every s asA
1 frCOLORSCOPE- such' corporation appears"'tieltuquejil
r t for,three .(3) )year-or more..in the .
: Brand; : Stock ; .. : ; .r.... rttan*cot- fiHng'-ofreports and "payment of '

:. :Cartoon: House of Hashimoto New2h: .ton.,rat*. Y\O JQuki .er ,.oiL taxes: .'6W3.Tinder Florida'theprov1sLone'ofLIon : Statutes 8ci ftad PRICES OOD'FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT

.. Briar to TBridfora .Couitj 'TtIiPi'rrgdi. thaL Iftld r the provisions "of said OPEN 7' DAYS A WEEK 7 A.M. TO ,9 PJH.
::-' : PI t* '; "-It '" Section ,1ubl" ''Florida 'Stuteasaid ; .
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corporations bave been .
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TUURSDA1', JANUARY 1%, 1961 lutAIU'OHV ftlllNTV.. :TKI.KtiKAFH.. VTAIfKliV, "'LOlUlJ.* PAUL TliliEB
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I UDC Meeting Held I Methodist WSCS [H. A. Durden,.SO, I J.RffT53. ., I I Services Held At elude the maintenance and--.inventory

At Home Of To of unit equipment valuedat
': Sponsor I ,+ Of Ocala i 1 1l Union Primitive more than 200000.
QFlax Beach
Mrs Bynum PerkinsW. Mission Study Course l Dies Friday'James i; 1 1i For Mrs. Marvin Ray I In addition to the maintenance
I pulled during drill, section chiefs
Dies i
T. Weeks Chapter UDC The Mission study course, "Safe I\I Wednesday Carl Rosier !
I 53, of Ocala, I I Funeral services for Mrs Mar- will inventory all property
met Wednesday afternoon of last ,in Bondage," sponsored by the i, Herbert A. Duraen, 50, formerly formerly of 'Bradford County, I[jvin Ritch Moore Ray, 56, werei The unit has its annual inventory

week at the home of Mrs. Bynum I I Methodist WSCS will be presented I,of Starke and for many years a|i died Friday, Jan. 6, in Monroe i held at 3 p. m. Tuesday, Jan. 3, coming in March, in addition
Gladys Mooty Perkins with Mrs. W. G. Haile in three parts during the next .resident; of I Memorial Hospital, Ocala. after I I to the annual inspection by the
,.,... .. Jacksonville Beach, t I in the Union Primitive Baptist P
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v- .v11"I" "' and Mrs. Bertha Pearce as co-+I week.
j died Wednesday, Jan 4 in a Jacksonville -ta) long)! ness,_He was member. ,rChurch.! near Heilbronn Springs II j I :Inspector General from Third
January Meeting I ]Little Women hostesses.Mrs. L. F. Smith, Sr. will present the \ hospital. Funeral services, I Ii of Evergreen Baptist Church and with Rev. B. H. Rawls and Rev. Headquarters.All .
George W. Roberts of course to the Men's Club at their I
JUte' Railway Brotherhood '
i i were held at 2 p. m. Friday in the Main-'i: L. Moody officiating. Burial citizens interested in the
Of Women Hear Talk On Lawtey, first vice president con breakfast Sunday at 8:30 !
Junior morning : Jacksonville Beach MethodistChurch tenance Department. i was in Dyal Cemetery under the Guard program are invited to
Held ThursdayThe ducted the meeting in the absenceof o'clock in Fellowship Hall with Rev. H. Edward Gar- Surviving are his wife, Wilhel- direction of Key-McCabe Funeral 'visit the Starke armory during
Everyday LivingFoster the president. :Mrs. L. G-! The course will be presented to''II rett, pastor officiating. mina Galipo Rosier; one daugh- I\ the Sunday drill.TNicGA5 .

January meeting: of the Shi Smith gave a talk Powell. Plans were discussed for a!I the WSCS at their meeting Tues- i'was in Greenlawn Cemetery with/: ter Mrs. Billy Hall; two sons, Mrs. Ray died Saturday. Dec.1 1I' a
Confederate Tea, the date to be :day morning beginning at 10 0' ,
Junior Woman's Club held : graveside rites conducted Eddy and Jimmy Rosier all of
was on "Everyday Living" at the Jan- by Ri- in a Starke hospital after a
Thursday evening, Jan. 5, in the uary meeting of the Little Women's announced later. i clock in Fellowship Hall, to be bault Lodge 272, F. & A. M. of Qcala; his parents, fir and 'Mrs. I', brief illness. She was born in|
The historian gave an interesting followed by a covered dish lunch- {i which he J, }l Rosier, Lawtey five sisters
house with ; -
club the president, Club held Monday eveningat was a member. |Raiford and had lived in Jacksonville i,
talk during the program on i. eon and a short business meeting. i Mr. J! Mrs. Norman, Starke
Mrs. John Torode, presiding. the club house. The speakerwas Durden was born in t ; ; for four years. She was a j
Mrs.: Ab Abercrombie, thrift introduced by Linda Wasdin, "The Last Full Measure' which At the family night supper I I Gainesville, the son of the late A. j Mrs. A. C. Carmichael, Jackson- t'Baptist and a member of the --
was a resume' of the life Oi Robert Wednesday 7 o'clock ,. 'vile I
evening, at
A. Durden ; ; Mrs. Ruby Gaynoe, Ocala SOMANI3'FARMERS
shop building chairman, urged all program chairman. and Mrs. Durden, who ; Eastern Star. Lake Butler Chap
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members; to bring clothes to the Anne Matthews, president, presided E. Lee.During I the course will be presented by now resides in Starke. He was a Mrs. Hugh E. Uhl Orlando; and ter. She was employed with STATE,
the social the hos- I
shop. Clothing will be welcomed over the meeting and Betty the different groups of the registered land surveyor and en :Mrs. Lorena Cutcliffe, Anniston, Southern Bell Telephone Co. I I i FOR MANY THINGS

from anyone who would like to Lou Wainwright gave the devo- tesses served a delicious dessert, church. gineer, operating his own officeat Ala.; and one foster brother, |j Survivors include her husband \

donate to the shop. Mrs. Joe Warren tion. It was voted that members course. Jacksonville Beach where he Jimmle Lee of Lawtey. i j]Harry Ray Jacksonville; two 15 SIMPLY GREAT

reported on the club's two would assist with the Heart Fund Mrs. Harry Rabb has resided since 1943. He served Funeral services were held inj!I(daughters, Mrs. Jacqueline Hall, i iI I FAlulNLR

adopted girls at Sunnyland. drive in February, and plans were Methodist WSCSEntertained Honored At PartyMrs. several terms on the city council Heilbronn Baptist Church at 2 p. !t Starke, and Mrs. Orpha June ''

Mrs. Robert Mullins asked mem- made for a bake sale to be held By there, was a member of Morocco m. Monday with Rev. Luther A. Sapp Jacksonville; two sons, 'I'

:bers interested In sewing to enter Saturday, Jan. 21. w E. Tilley Mrs. Julian Temple Shrine the Jacksonville McGee officiating. Burial was In Thomas L. Moore and Joseph H. i

the sewing contest. The clothes The hostesses, Mary Anne Long, Wesleyan Guilds McRae, Mrs. T. G. Bitch, Jr., Beach Rotary Club, and the Evergreen Cemetery under the,j Norman, both of Raiford; three I
that members make will be modeled Linda Wasdin, and Jane Bigham Mrs. Jewett Fogg and Mrs. Gor- Musicians Union of America. He direction of Roberts Funeral' 'sisters, Mrs. Magdalene Espy
at the February meeting. served refreshments Wesleyan Service Guilds, units was an honorary life member Home, Ocala. i Jacksonville
at the conclusion don Wager gave a coffee Wednes- iI ; Mrs. Ella Mae Lennon -
Mrs. W. Hal Hand and Mrs. of the meeting. one and two, entertained the day morning of last week at the Lions International. Mr. Durdenwas I Deland; and Mrs. Rosa

Kenneth Grider presented a film Methodist WSCS at a Country home of the latter in Saratoga well known also as an enter* Rec. Dept. To Hold Johnson, Miami.Company w
on cancer entitled "The Other Style party Tuesday evening in tainer and was one of the featured
Baptist Circles Hall. Heights for Mrs. H. H. Rabb, Jr., Basketball Contest
City," through the courtesy of Fellowship performers of the Morocco i A
who, with her family, moved to C To Hold I
the Bradford County Unit of the Hold MeetingsLottie The hall was appropriately decorated Marianna Temple Minstrel which showed
for the occasion with scare on Thursday. in The City Recreation Department 1st Multiple Drill
American Cancer Society. The hostesses every year Jacksonville and
After adjournment, refresh-, Moon Circle of the First I crows, wooden horses complete presented the Keystone Heights. will sponsor a basketball I

ments were served by the hos-!, Baptist WMU met Tuesday nightat with saddles, hay and lanterns. honoree with a Lazy Susan as a Besides his mother, Mr. Durdenis shooting contest Thursday after- Co. C, 748th Ord. Bn., Florida I 4i1
memento of I
tesses, Mrs. Vernon Reddish, Miss, 7:30 o'clock at the home of The refreshment table was gay the occasion. survived bY his wlfiv.. ,, Mrs. 1itnfu.. noon, Jan. 19, at 3:30: on the 1 National Guard [Starke will hold ''
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Marty Rosier, and Mrs. A. C.! Mrs. Paul Raymond. The pro- with a red checked cloth, centered Ritch Durden; one'son, Bruce, of Pratt Street Playground. The contest i its first multiple drill on Sunday, 'I'
Smith. gram chairman, Mrs. L. F. Dink- with a lantern. Coffee was serv- Jacksonville Beach; two daugh is open to all boys who are Jan. 15. Members of the unit will i -

ins, presented the topic, "Facingthe ed from a country style coffee BUS HONOR ters, Mrs. W. P. Booras of Miami, not playing on. an organized high spend the day in classroom work I

Mayton ChildrenTo Alcoholic Problem." Taking pot along with donuts. and Mrs. J. T. Grinter of Neptune school team. and on-the-job training in removing -l I -
part on the program were Mrs. Mrs. R. S. Mullins and Mrs. M. Beach; a sister Mrs. Harry Houston Competition will be in the following i and repairing jeep motors, I j t f
Honor ParentsOn Harold Davidson and :Miss Olivia W. Cressler of the entertainment Eighty-five BHS high school of Starke; and five grand age groups: 8 through 10 and making tank repairs. Other I

Silver Larkins. Mrs. H. L. Speer gave committee gave a program of students made the honor roll for children. years: 11 and 12 years; 13 activities during the day will In-I

WeddingThe the thought for the month, "Bea charades and group singing Mrs. the second six weeks of the current Seashole Funeral Home of Jacksonville through 15 years.

good tither." C. E. Hernwall played piano selections term. was in charge of' First, second, and third place
children of Rev. and Mrs.E. arranges -
F. Mayton are honoring them Refreshments were served by during the evening. Being on the honor roll r uean ments. I awards will be made in foul
with :Mrs. Raymond and Miss Larkins, :Mrs. Lonnie Harley, Mrs. J. R. that a student made a B averagein II shooting; shooting the most baskets
a reception celebrating their I
cohostesses.Ethel Hixon and Mrs Henry Godwin all subjects and had satisfactory in a minute's time; and dribbling -
silver wedding on Rotarians I
were on the decorations commit- citizenship marks. Members Tour over a set distance for time.
Sunday, Jan. 22, from 3 to 6 J
p.m. Biggs Circle met Tues tee and Mrs. C. C. Johns, :Mrs. of the honor roll are: The contests will start ,at 3:30: I
In the
Community Club at the
Florida State Prison. day at the home of Mrs. Gladys R. S. Coe, Mrs. G. L. Farber and Seventh Grade: Barbara Barks- Starke LaundryA and continue until 4:30: when a- .

Harrington. Mrs. L. H. Jennings :Mrs. Nelson Green were on the dale, Phillip Graham, Kathy wards will be made.
No invitations are being sent, tour of the Starke Dry
led in the refreshment committee. Hitchcock, and Ann
Calendar of Prayer for Betty Regis-
but all relatives and friends Cleaners &
are Laundry
plant E.
Missionaries, using Indian The 50 guests were attired in on Andrews
cordially invited to attend. ter.Eighth Call Street was enjoyed by Starke City Whips DrugsIn
Sundial. 'Mrs. Norman Allen appropriate country style out- Grade: Jane Adams,
brought the devotional and presented fits. Mickey Dansby, Becky Dink'nPhyllis Rotarians Wednesday following .Glenn. Springs 85-53
Bradford Nurses their regular luncheon meeting:
an interesting program on Haddock, Lee Moore, Mar-
To Meet the Indians of the Southwest with New Officers Of tha Moore, Katherine Myrick, In a talk preceding the tour Koch's Drugs, represented by Winn-Dixie Shopping Center
Junius M. Smith, founder of the Starke
Mrs. Nan Mansfield, Mrs. Lex' Elaine Strickland, Richard Wainwright Basketball players, won
Bradford County nurses will Green, and Mrs. One Wiggins Ladies Council Dee Walters, Jeff War firm, described how it was startedin its third straight game of the

have their regular meeting Thurs taking part. Installed ren, and John Williams. 1929 with $250 of borrowed !. season in defeating Glen Springs PHONE WO 4-2511
money, and has to its
Ninth Grade Barbara present Baptist Church of Jacksonville
: Bradley,
day evening, Jan. 19, at 7:30 '
After a short business meeting, size where
has 60
o'clock in the Bradford County New officers of the Ladies Janice Chitty, Hazel Cogdill, em .83.57 Monday night.
refreshments were served the ployees and an annual payroll of ,
Hospital staff dining room. All by Council of the First Christian James Dowling, Eugene Ekard, Carl Koch, the game's leading
hostesses, Mrs. Harrington and I Thomas Gardner around 95000. This includes the For
Church Gilhooly,
nurses in the invitedto were installed at '
county are I a meet- scorer, had 30 ,points when hefractured Foil
new division, Bradford Linen
attend. Mrs. J. D. Seymour. ing held in the church sanctuary Marcus Jackson, Ernest Jenkins, Supply Delivery
his wrist late in the
Marcia Haynes, Richard Hobbs, V
I I Thursday night Jan. 5. After I .
t the hedevotional (by Miss Elaine Suzanne Judd, Linda Sanders, Smith said that the StarkeLaundry third .Iluart r. Stanley. Clark, with:!

Colson, Rev. Bob Badgett, the I Andy Strickland, Donald Thompson is the only -commerciallaundry 23 points and Dewayne Elder,!i! : On
MON. -& TUES. FJAN. John Wager, and John Wil- operating in three counties _
16-17- pastor installed the following officers I : with21.. followed Koch in the J, I ,
liams.] and seriesboth the Clay"and .
in a
unique ceremony illustrating -I Tenth Grade: Jackie Bales, La- Bradford County hospitals. The scoring. "

together; : the need for working Dell Crews, Vicky Derrick> Richard business now has five call officesor Cecil Longing! led th scoring 1 ALL YOUR DRUG NEEDS

PARK t THEATRE Mrs. Norma Badgett president; Durban, Stephen Edwards, agencies two substations or for Glenn Springs with 28 points.
stores in small town, and six i
}Mrs. Grace Fulwood, vice president Sally Epperson, Harriet Goodman, : V V

; }Mrs Maude Andrews, re-, Dee Hardenbergh, Ronald Kim- truck routes and deliveries. .. .
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Work is brought to Starke from .. '
porter; Miss Elaine Colson, 'sec- brell, Brenda Lott, Jack :McComb, : .--.
Mrs. 'Carolyn Moody, Bonnie Naze- the University of Florida. Waldo,
retary; Margaret Blanken- '
hip, treasurer; Mrs. Barbara I worth Freeman Register and I Keystone Heights, Melrcse. thY I
I jLymvood Walters. NavY Base at Green Cove Springs;; ,
Griffis sunshine chairman; Mrs. ,| r !LARGE SHIPMENT COMING
SECRETS OF Carlton Chastain, leader Circle 1; '! Eleventh Grade: Gayle Andrews, Penney Farms Midd1 burr, and! .5 ..
:Mrs. 'Lester Austin Barbara Blanken- I aU communities in Bradford .
GANGLANDSEEfor Bessie Colson, leader Circle :
2; },{"s. Maude Andrews leader ship, Bernie Collins, Linda Gainey, County. "
V/V Circle 3. Evelyn Griffiths, Marilyn Hern- He said the dry cleaning plant : WE MUST MAKE ROOM
F has annual of around :
At the close of the ceremony, \a.ll, Robert Linsin, Irwin Martin, an gross
the new year books were dis- Joann Mobley, Shirley Morrison.Vicky 90,000, and the linen supply, 'es' -1,

the FHRST TIM tributed by :Mrs. Badgett. Moshier, Grady Overstreet, abllshed two years ago, around '! ,
Dorothy Savage, and 50000.

Donna[ Lou Patray Twelfth. Grade: Sylvia Childs, Johns Named To FOR ONE WEEK ONLY WE ARE OFFERING

GEt iii Entertained At Linda Cox Allen Crews, Johnny !
DeVore, Margaret Douglas, James Senate Committee 'THESE DINETTE SPECIALS
Birthday PartyMrs. Fender, Julian Glisson, Nathan For Appropriations I T

V Green, Kay Hart, Carol Kouba, -
: Don Patray entertained at Steiner Lorentzen, Dewey McKinney Senator Charley 'E. Johns .ofil I

!$ a delightful birthday party and -Sara Osborn, Ozell Parra- Starke has been named'as a' member ; I ',: : ; BIG
weiner Dinette Suite
$4 Donna. Dec. 31, for Saturday her daughter afternoon ley more, Marlene, Wayne Rowe Parrish, Betty, Macel Salmon Pau-, propriations of the powerful Committee Senate, according Ap 9. pc.

Lou, who was celebratingher ,
Terry Walters, Sandra Whitehead to an announcement lasttaeel, ; by : .,

tenth party anniversary.The was held.on the Pa Amelia Williams, and Sara Senate President 1 tta d9 1t 36 X 48 X 60 X 72 Table with
Woodburn. '
: ; Hodges of Cedar Key. -
yam tray lawn on the Edwards Loop 8 Chairs
Hodges said that John IS4
road, where games with prizes
other members of the committee
ALL4SEE. were enjoYed. The 22 youngsters Bowling CompetitionTo } *
I This Suite Usually Sells For
.. PUBLIC would start hearings with, tht ,
f: received favors of hats and horns.
Begin Tuesday State Budget Commission on Jan. ,
ENEMrJ4h Assisting Mrs. Patray in serv $109.95

ing refreshments including the At Bowlero Lanes 16.At these hearings, -various
birthday cake, were her mother.Mrs. .
agencies of the state will. review : .
L. O. Hazen and Miss Bar- The City Bowling League, .
tRIM sponsored their budget requests with the NOW ONLY .
bara Ward.
by the Recreation Department Senate Committee and Budget; 9S

St. Mark's Women will get under way Tuesday Commission. 89

night at the Bowlero Lanes in

L Install Officers Gainesville.The : C''D Us- .. .Week You Save $20.

teams bowled to set handicap !- RK -, -
G I Rev. R. E. MacBlain installedthe
\ pgSE scores Tuesday night with ..
following new officers: for S t
M Mark's Churchwomen at the Par the high individual scratch [no -

ish House during the regular handicap] scores being posted by SUN., JAN. 15
monthly meeting on Monday: Glenn Wade with 183. Haro A.;: :$20,OO SAVINGS ON 7 PC. DINETTE SUITE

President, Mrs. Herbert Thomas Davis with 179. and D. A. Jon'Knows

ps C PON ; vice president, Mrs. J. W. with 177. ert Button. ;. j 36' X ,4& X 60 Table With 6Ch.'vn
Kincaid .
; secretary, Mrs. James
ace High three-game with .
averages LUM and ABNER
S Blackshear; treasurer, Mrs. H. handicap J. ,:
were made by the
N Jaycees -
H A. Bishop Jr. Harold Davis., and Noegel's 2 Weeks To Live. .

During the business session, :Medford Shealy with 191; and PLUS COLOR CARTOON V =

presided over by Mrs. Thomas,, Noegel's D. A. Jones and the In This Week 95,
PLUS plans were made for the annual dependent's Glenn Wade with MON.-TUES., JAN. 16.17: 6,9
parish dinner to be held J an. 12 190. ,
Annual ..
: reports from all departments Only

SEE! ON[ EXHIBITION! will be given at, this time announced League that President a league Fred meetingto Sn ell John, Raymond Dillinger Hamilton biachlne.. ,-,G Gon-Cra-an Kelly .r. .

elect officers will be held' at .
*y, Clyde Barrow and Pretty :
The World's Famous Presbyterian Circles 6:30: p Jn. Tuesday before bowl i' Boy Floyd. ,
ing. He urges everyone to be ::
Independents are looking JAN. 18-19 .7, s.. ..
Circjes of the Presbyterian
Women of the Church met Tuesday for a sponsor, and anyone Interested "BABAONA"I "It's A Fact
DEATH CAR should contact the Recreation You Can Do Better At"DENMARK
as follows: 0
Circle one met with Mrs. Department. Team entry fee Married Adventure-

,160 IULLET HOLES IK THE CAR Charles Schmitt in the morning is Schedule$15. for Tuesday: B PLUS COLOR CARTOONlanding FURNITURE COMPANY
with Mrs. W. T.
Jackson,, giving .
The Actual Car Bonnie and Clyde Were the lesson. 1 vs Rotary Club; Blanding 2 rsFRLSAT.., JAN. '20-21 ., ,
Jaycees; Noegels' vs Independents I Shot Jesse James .
Circle two met in the '
Killed I In While Trying To morning ,
Police with Mrs. L. V. Harden. ,Mrs. Starring: Preston Foster. '
THANK YOU .... :. > : OF "STARKE.!
Guy Andrews the lesson.
plUS gave LUM and Abner : ,
Circle three met in ,, ; .. .
the evening The family of the late Carl '- : '' :: .; '
with Mrs. Rudolph Sink.withYrs. Rosier gratefully acknowledgesand Dancing Out Loud +.4sRe .
Henry Green giving the les ,appreciates your kind ex Starring:. Frances LaagfonL. _, iii sl, Call.sL Phone WO 4-4321 si.nn FloridaT

son. pressions, sympathy. PLUS COLOR CARTOON

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Because of this the students call- the direction, of Mrs. Sara Whaley. I

,editorial I i{ ,' % ed "school days'"cruef. days:" To Dobie, played by Andy: Strick-
Farmer's Diary see how the play has a happy i land, will be hi contrast with the THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

ending it is advisable 'to attend ,,Dobie seen in the television series CST. 1879 ".
the presentation- i as will be readily seen in the f
Are We Lagging? : ) By Sam- .MeGarvry Clarets InterchangeThe play. The parts for the play were FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY V NSW$-

sixth period classes of' cast by BHS teachers. .t yjiPER rrBLiftneo coxTiwocsLtf.M'VK
In the past we have taken pride in tier"progressive"{ >rear l their ugly heads and battleit I Future Farmers of America and : The first rehearsals began Jan. THE SAME: MASTHEAD.Ec : '.
out .\U.... 4I .r.*,. sad Eatrrcd a. >ec.adCla.. Mflt1iar l .
with the plants for Hon i
element and atmosphere that survival. : | Economics haveinter- 9 As this is a first for this class
seemed to dominate thinking Growers tie !"..! Office *t Stark, FU. ..itt Act .l ..1'. t, ml :"
arid action in Starke are haing'to, pick them':'cJia, : used courses. it is hoped that will be a success. I
and Bradford Count}'. It seemed to us V
out by'hand.It's i The boys j
by Mrs.
that the spirit with which we met our problems and our a S. Maxine C-\M. POM inn. I II
Gisson, are being taught The Bvard of ('OUlltC'Hf1miOibn i meet to the Charter of the Bradford -ourthou>e, fur regular gasoline
;challenges was a cut above that shown by some of our neigh- time to get moving on that how to plan meals and prepare ert- of Pradtord County will active County Fair Association.! 1m." and motor oil for the na. < U partI -
boring counties and those of comparable size and !spring planting now. It be them. also =Sealed Bids until 1010.11.. on1 I The Amendment relates to Art I- 1 I meat of Bradford COUP.I-
resources They
may learn
different -
use Tuesday: rvUruar\ 7, ll61.! for "re- ties I I. Ill VJ, VIII and IX of The bid will!! be suOjwct\ to pr\f\
in'other sections of the State. But now we're beginning to i ... I cold yet, but according tc our i household appliances:: They ,, roofing the Pradford Count IKalth aid\ Chartt-r! : the major changes r&alation of the Starke tank '-w ag.UI
wonder. I calendar, tub 14th of February is I\\"illilearn such things I>i>parJ mtnt building", 31-. Church prop"srd is to open membership to'', prior and oil to W furci,.hfd 'will *>
This week someone, remarked I' as man- ''Street. Srarke, Florida, at which any person who i Is a i-itizen. the''Premium! Motor Oil. that retails at
I that we were "in the Old TwelveDays" ': just one month off. And there's''nersjand sewing. time all bids will be publicly} 'pen-. t United States, to set annual memibership :!: filling stations fur sixty cents ,jig>
Our cause for concern is the,apparent stalemate that lots to do before you can sow the !j 'Tne girls, instructed by Mr. J i iHutchins. -d and V : dues at $100 and to pro- quart. ".
and that it was the best .. read.may secure spetifUatums' j. vide fin the e'lt'tiln of offu-eis and The L'oard would like the oil bid
exists locally concerning two highly important programs, i| time to plant trees. We tried to' seeds in the ground. I i, ale being taught to for the al o\'" work from the off ice i I dire -ti>r>. in both :i quart case and 33 gallon
while counties on all sides of us are making giant strides distinguish different types and f th.- ci-rk of Circuit Court Bradford The propotot.tlm lIdment i# now drums. "v
learn about the I
I, more term and We're ., County.The on file in the office of the Clerk of essul bidder will furaMbthe
forward in the I going to have some tomatoes grades of meat. They will be .. hoar with ground
same areas. j the custom, but so far have been Poard reserves the right ho an under
I this year, if we do nothing ,. taught how to transplant and ; reject all bids or to waive informalities Brad.frd 1'tank! of sufficient/ rapacity\ to take

One of these projects is the much-maligned low-income I unable to do so.. I;I else. It is five years since we'vehad .. prune plants, how to spade a gar- J I I l 10. to and their to accept best interest.the bid that may I I ASSOCIATION.luiAimmn IXC.: i, are of computer the county pump need to b aDd* J9-'antlt'.tric

housing\ program which a very small and very vocal pressure Leaton Morgan Jr. any good.yineripned tomatoes den, and how cattle and hogs are The Board Of County By (S) Kenneth Oridr, 'President Mailed at the lounty barn
picxed: some and about the only i 'I Commissioners Bradford County Attest: (81 Hi''rge II.1'ieree Bradford County will ns* appni-
group has managed to thwart for several years. By berries last week and no doubt: way I slaughtered in the eight days Flm{ idaI'.v Seoietary. ''ximately l-jw:: gallons tot K'cisolt
the clever use of the integration issue as a red-herring there are other growers who have I j I you can get them today is to period of the exchanged courses. : .-harks A, llarj\.'. Clerk' 1-12 4t :-: per month. .
raise them. Freshmen Class (OFFICIAL SEAL) The Board reserves the right to
threat; this group ha'man ged so far to keep City .Council picked. a few. All reports that we i' Play 1-1:? '_t 119xoiur. l t' UL run II1UoI i r-jeot any and all bid;*.
first Freshmen play ever pre- The Board of County Clllmnli'I- I lOFFU'IAL SKXI.)
frdm get indicate that the ;
passing a resolution creating a local housing authority crop is .
See where they've built a the first Freshmen play ever I i oners of Bradford Count*'. Florida ;i Charles A Darby
--a step that is necessary. before. low income housing can growing well, and with a good !iI I"freezing chamber" down at the ,!::sented, will be an event of Jan.pre- I "ot-(-. 5 Is Jierfhv given !by the{ will Terrier Sealed Bid at I*':00 o- ,' flerk to Board of County ;
; proportion of if on plastic, i !. lock "n the murn'ue! : of February 1'.mmil-llIn..r.
be : a re- I':I i Uiadfoid County Fair Ase-wiation,
secured. I cord yield may be in pr spect. j! Citrus Experiment Station, a huge'"house" 27. The name of the play is "How I Ini, :i corporation not ff,r pr 'fu, ;. Htil in the lourtiooni in the 1-1-J:! it i19ALVAREZ'
which they put around a'':1 Dobie Met Maynard." This play, a .1: of its intention! apply t" the Hononahle .
As everyone should know, who takes the trouble to in- I citrus tree and then lower the < l'O. I.. I'atten. Judge of the .-"

form himself, the housing we would get would be in the labor I temperature to freezing. They've '!i comedy was written by. two .Circuit/ Curt Circuit in in and anil f nr i fi>i the' Jviadt'mdCount.t Kiehtli.liului.tl IIN/ STORE Men's Uothinz I :

form! of individual family units-some built in the white i nothing new there, as far as we're Freshmen Lucian Prevail and Florida at IUOfl< : a o'clock .\. Established IBM tffii! I IV.
growers in the county see a bet- ': Yvonne M on the &th day of F.truary. lt t1.; .
residential area and some in the colored area-and ajl 1 com- II ter chance of success All forces concerned, for we lived in one likeit Conner. It will be under for an order approving an amend- [III

pl tely under! the regulation of a locally appointed housing I in the county are joining to help I I for 10 winters here.SCHOOL I -,- -- I ." ...... ..

authority., Integration in/ a completely spurious issue, as I.build the new labor camp, as 1 '

those, who use it so effectively must well know. everyone knows the importance

In the meanwhile, Starke dawdles while Lake Butler, I..of farming to. this a county.. I NEWS I' THE CHURCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE CHURCH

l Macclenhy, Williston, Jasper, Fernandina, and numerous I We're bound to have good luck I I [By Margaret Douglas] "

other towns, in Florida, as \yeas\\ Georgia (where integra- this year, for on New Year's Day I .

tion is a fighting word) continue with i their programs to we ,had our blackeyed pea. and I|I Teen-Time ,:.. '

obtain modern, low-rent' housing. We can hardly imagine hog jowls. Alice made "Hopping i J !.
John" [Peas and Rice for old Teen-Time, a program established ?- ,. ., ., I
Lake Butler/for instance which A .C ,, .
a short time ago had not for the enjoyment of I "' ;
John Price] and we certainly enjoyed I
a teenagers, is held
progam every Saturday .11 :
if. a threat'of. integration, were involved. night from 7:30: until 10:30:. in the I ',.'
I areftS.
Starke has done lot of of a Gilbert and Sullivan USO building. I I
a preliminary work and spent Members pay 75 cents for a 1 "
considerable money getting in position to take advantageof operetta kept running through membership card which. entitle II!. .:
Sam's mind as he worker this : !
this Federal program. AH this money and work will go week in changing over an old them to attend special dances or ll ',.' I

for naught unless a request for extension of time i is: granted cow-shed into a greenhou-'e.: The' programs each Saturday night I i
by February. This will not be done Others, who are not members I Ii !
of course, unless the shed had been built of rough limber -
City requests it. Time i is getting short. and of course everything is i may attend if they pay an entrance '.B.tn".. .. ,. I

The other area in which Starke and Bradford County .out of plumb and the roof zig- i; fee of 15 cents. I : : .
The officers of Teen-Time include -
are lagging is in the creation of a county development au- zags all over. As Sam used a level j I : Richard Dowling, president ,
thority. This is in an attempt to build: the green-
a project that has been
discussed here for Cecil Leach vice-president
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house, he. recalled tl1 words
at least ten years, but about which very little, except talk, Linda Wasdin, secretarytreasurer. : .
[which Mr. Gilbert penned many I BUilT
has been accomplished. I -'V.-. ; qc
years ago in describing;;'a Difficult ;
We have to look no farther than neighboring Clay and game of billiards] 'a'cloth untrue -I addition to the officers there ,x'f -

Union Counties to see what great assets these authoritiescan and a twisted cue, and an !i are representatives from grades ..1

be to the areas they serve. The Clay County authority elliptical billiard ball." nine through twelve. I 011
Junior Class Play J'\
has already brought several worthwhile things into that s ..rc' ;,.. ........" .". .',
Another first at BHS will be ''? ::::: ":: '::-f': "
area, with more in the making. The Union County authority See where there will of southern noon be I the presentation of the musicalcomedy :tJ; f llii) : i ;. r.

which financed the purchase of the old Lake, Butler airport three new varieties I entitled "Swinging High"by c } D: 7::
released UP. Climax .:' <
peas by ,. ';&.'. "; ."..:'>. < }
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has been successful in obtaining an. important part of do well as'a fall the Junior Class. It is to be ..".>:' "<' "';', ;i: s I'
to crop "
promises :< :' "= '.:." ;<>< : :
the new State Prison for that site-a part, we might add, Producer is similar to Dixielee, given in the auditorium either the r + '' .2'I: ; ? "? : ..:c,2v:3: :Y :. "6:1f'f; 4J>t:Y : .

which originally was scheduled to be constructed in Brad and Topset, which produce" high- last part of March or Iearly : ,

ford County as: a portion of the total' $20,000,000 prison borne pods, may be harvested by April. It will be under the direc- f

program. We don't begrudge'our"Union'County1 friends their mowing. tion of Richard Jockel and Elden :
Mathews. The main parts, playedby
part of the construction. We V V:4 V"
new prison merely admire *-v*
: There are! indications that the Joe Sapp and Sandra Solano <,, ,.. :x 4; t.f \
their initiative! and cite this as an examgJe'. f avhal'Cafi' be, 10ng'.seal'c1'for grape which will 1 j will be supported by seven other ';; I. r I I V A :..... ,-.. t': ..iJ"....,..
accomplished by a development authority sricn.aTwe-"nave -'?
do well here in Florida is making important e.a 'C ; -.. t

"talked" about forming in Bradford County for lo these real progress. Difficulty here is The play is about a high school f s. '., -.t" ,. .. ... .-, I

many) years Pierce's disease, a virus infection, and its new principal who is determined I THE Cru CI: I FOR AiU 'u.,'k !et s.. F.:.t.raxa;::,:," \ :: I
A development) authority can accomplish nothing, of which causes degeneration. Using : to make the students ALL FOR THE CHURCH s; < : : ': : .. I

course, without adequate financing-and there's the rub. ;: native grape species resistant to I concentrate on school studies. The Church tt die greatest factor OB ''''M. ./' !

It will be easy enough to get the necessary legislation pass- !the disease, plant breeders have .V earth for the building of character and .

,ed at the 1961 session but it won't be worth the it's i crossed them with Golden Muscat,. WHILE WAITOR good cilitrnthip. It is a storehouse .f ." ,
paper have come U spiritual values., Wildcat\ strong Church Is this lighthouse built on sand Seemingjjrso : :;_ '
written on unless some money is provided to back it up. j. and with after Lake many Emerald crosses, Blue Lake neither
Where will this money come from? That, of course, "is up recently, with A360. lurvivt. There are four sound reasons Actually this toWering structure is built on a j
and more a
the question." Clay County was fortunate in receiving a One Day Service shy every person should attend services rock. Underneath these dunes of sand is a rocky ,,: : ,
regularly and support the Church., They ledge firm and enduring. The sand may be
windfall of taxes from Camp Blanding to finance its authority The old saw about "You can't WE SELL BROXSOX SHOES are- (I) For his gun sake. ((2); For !his carried away by sea or wind, but this lighthouse
but Bradford can expect no such good luck. Ours 1 keep a' good man down" also applies chddreesake. (3) For. the saVe of. hit will stand secure. There's a rock, a firm foundation -

will have to come the hard way, and a committee was appointed to weeds, apparently With COURT community and nation. (4) For the sale underneath!
I of !the Church itself, uhich ntedt his i V VV
by the Chamber of Commerce board of directors berry beds almost entirely cover Some people look at the Church and see only
and material
: lo
this week look into the 'i ed :with sheeting of plastic you'd SHOE REPAIR' support Plan go sand. They see the shifting sands-of custom- .":-. !
to possibilities and make recom lo.churd. regularly and read your Bible V
I think that the weeds would giv e 126 North Court gt. and fashion-and passing personalities pile up I
mendations. dl.ll' and wash: around the Church. is .:
4 |'uP quietly and die. Not SO Starke. Florida away "Why it ;'
It will be hard to obtain money from any source without for the epterprisinsf :rascals find still standing?" they ask-for they see only sand. '
: E. A. Hall Owner & Mgr. Dar Book. Ctspter' Yrrsarsaodaiy .
causing someone a little discomfort-that is a matterof l the tiny slits near the plants, and The Church would have fallen long ago wereit
record. But it seems to us that with the bloom definitely : I I Matthfw M.uhe "iz"5.:' 'p.50 31-441 built on anything so fickle as fashion, so casual '
Tllftda Matthew I3' t, .I. ,s custom, so impermanent as mere people. The
off the boom and with a recession of unknown proportions ; I I'I Wtdnrsd.y Matthew U '2' Church is built on rock, firm and enduring. Itwill

confronting us, the time has come to give serious thoughtto I I 7ltunday rrtda, Ilxk Mark 5 5. M.II. 1 'stand secure for all ages, shedding light and

what the future holds for Starke and:.Bradford County. ''I'' :atay slut 6 -1-ii imparting strength to all who are guided by It. 1.
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It stands on the "Rock of Ages, the divine per .
Channeling a little of our tax revenue into a develop- I I I : scrality! of Jesus Christ snJ His: message of hope t
ment ,authority this strategic time might well be good t : ? for all mankind. I'I

insurance against declining tax revenues for all in the I II.
II Copyright 1959. Keiiter *. Service, Strttburf.. "
months to come. At least that has been the experience of ; ::
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our neighboring counties-Clay and Union-and we are reluctant -: ':1J '' ..

to think that Bradford is less foresighted' and less fap I tl,J -......."'. .4"..... ,.'iJ.- "-,.. .....-...,.A... ..... ..'..''., ..._" ....-. ."," ..". .
progressive than they. i II "

These Vital J Messages Sponsored As A Public Service
A Good ShowingAny I ".
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one with the good fortune to attend inauguration 1 I I 1V I

festivities in Tallahassee last week certainly came away I

with: a distinct feeling of pride in the part played by Starke I ;. GASOLINE JOHN A. TOROD GREASE H i s :

and Bradford County.To i "

begin with, one of the principals in the Tallahassee FUEl(., Olla{ ISttunUffOR FOil KEROSENE

"show" was our own native son Doyle' Conner, who set t I, Ii II
another, record in a long line of "firsts" by taking the oath I ''I .

of office as the youngest .Commissioner of Agriculture in i i i",. ,. : SPIIUTS

Florida's histor '. A climaxing event of the day was the tl "F .: '..' .. .

sumptious! barbecue chicken and ham supper given In honorof .''I. t .:, :d.-"

Doyle at the Leon County Fair grounds Tuesday night, FIRESTONE TIRES : ..... .INSECTICIDES. ,
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:1. bl .5ed osQfeeei1ta ..
attended : e 9 a. .f. --,
by thousands of friends and 'supporters. I.
Bradford Count).- was also distinguished by having more .It leased e 9lfte----owef. ( }: .;, FOR KEROSENE OR FUEL OIL .c

individual units in the inaugural parade than 'other '
any Madison and Cherry St. PHONE WO 9-2011 Starke Fla.
county. Occupying a place of honor near the head of the 8. Decreased oil consumption .: 1 I II ,
two-hour-long panorama was the always-impressive Brad- r ,<'.: I
ford High School Band. These plucky young musicians were 4., Decreased, engine knock II'i ,

up before dawn on Inaugural Day for the long trip by school I .

bus to Tallahassee and got back home a little before mid- &.Decreased engine. wear l' } GUY ANDREWS, .WESTERN- AUTO .. SMITTY'S

night. In between, were several hours of waiting in near- :
freezing weather and then the long, two-hour march. As Cities Service'50 Koolmoior actually does the.work I Real). Estate Associate Store Barber Shop I.

always, they put on a top-flight show and we know that I of several grades of motor oil, to.give you maximum I 'I<. V,

Commissioner Conner, in the reviewing stand, was proudof protection for starting warm-up, and! cruisin! i jlfitdfily I ,;..{ J. ". i

his home-county band. three .drivwgjanges.STOP .
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The second Bradford entry was the handsome float, t'# --- GEMJEWELRY TERWILLEGAItMOTORS :
Denmark Furniture
featuring a giant strawberry and seven lovely local co-eds IN THIS WEEK, Co. V ,

who tossed real strawberries to the crowd along the line .

of march. The float was financed by county and city funds, I. Of S\arli

and arranged for by the Chamber of Commerce. : : I : N. L. \SOODB TRN Your- Authorized 1 *Ford* Dealer.;,-,

Final Bradford unit was the recently organized Sheriffs S (
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Posse which added a colorful note to the parade, . -
mounted on high-stepping Palomino horses. EDWARDS'Grocery GIB BROWN'SV -

The thousands who witnessed the Inaugural Parade CITES! -. .' Bradford, 6"un.ty;

will have' good reason to remember Bradford County, and < *s + and Market Service Station Telegraph.
those} from here attending the event certainly had good II
reason to be proud of the old home town. 705 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla .

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in the Bradford County Labor I St. Edward's Catholic Church political subdivisions 494.621 banks Including reserve I! Assets pledge) OJ' .IISMen\.
1 balances, and cash items ed to secureJ t
New Florid loans and discounts (in- .
, Co-op. "Although the District is Starke. eluding 11.025.93: overdrafts in process of collection 4O.23.43United and for other .pafpoaei' $1s V
running on a shoe-string I: feel'I Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. ) 1.345.969.47; Mates Ooxeruuieiu I Loans as elio\ ii aUoTe are '

I Holyday Masses u 8:30: a. m. & Bank premises owned $5.C04 .- i obligations. direct and after dedu lonsI": V .. .
anything can do to help promote I 976.S16.S3 ; .. ''. V '.*: I.
guaranteed reserve ot <
Radio System the improvement of Brad- I 5:30: p. m.Weekday. :fixtures: .97, furniture, J6.7I0.72 and 12.015.6S: I Li-aiif and discounts (including I J, ..Gorman_,< J. W1iUL.-EC.V \ 1

ford County is important". says Mass at 8:00: a. m. (teal Estate owned other no overdrafts) T67.ltl.20B Pres. of the aboi.eflAmtdbtUK asolenaub'
:56,600.00: < I >>ni furniture and fixtures V abV,' .
e.saSTBTIiI Zedra Hamilton.V Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 than bank premises: 22.339.44; attlru'that the
Other Assets :9.5:6.131:: statement U tru Now Area Vice President Zedra o. m. Ua.Oli.031 Other assets 1.71&.99 and correctly iepjre.euh. the tj*<-

CompleteContinued Soil Conservation Hamilton made a report on the Baptisms marriages and instructions TOTAL ASSETS __ -: TOTAL ASSETS --%.--:, .99dfpoiits state of the several. nwttershertroontalnrd '
Bradford be-
County Hospital h an- and.se\ forth, to Ibe
N-E-W-S area meeting in Creep, Cove by appointment. Liabilities of and be lid.
nounces the_ following births: of individuals my knowledce.,
[ From Pace One] Springs stating that the Area Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gilhooly, MISSIONARY Demand ,deposits partnerships. \ Llablll1le"Vemau Correct-Attest:, -V
Contest : ) of individuals Norman :Jft. Willis
By Bill Haas Speaking would be the and corporations 1,478,110.5jTime
Starke. a son Michael Clayton I partnerships H lls.V, Knight
the second Su.tday; 9:45: a.m. Morn deposits of individuals -
frequency. Soil Conservation Set vce last week of April. Dec. 26. and and corporations 323.791.87: Pt G. FeloaCharley
Police Chief ne' -afclo tl ILm Kvenini: I Tiill deposits of indhi- E:<'Johns' -
Riley Sweat has The Conservation Action Pfo- and coporol.UODi! 1.12,5.40 s !
announced that his department The Board of Supervisors for gram for 1961 was discussed and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Robert I Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Deposits of United States dlid's partnerships andcorporations State Florida.V. .Directors.V
S13.79S51DeuuMts ; ; of
Richard. Jr. Raiford. -
a daughter
aRch 7:30 Government (Including
Wednesday Every-
has a radio operator on duty 24 the Bradford Soil Conservation the Board members jtook their p ra 6S,031:1 (.1| United States County of Bradford,, .*:
: Shelia Wanell Jan.. 4.Mr. I wi* welcome.-Key. H. H. IfotLpaator. postal savings Government (Including Suorn to and autisirlhed. before
hours day. Residents District held their regular monthly outline booklets home to read and Deposits of States. ,
per may now .
and Mrs. Willie Lee Carter ; postal savings) V 11.75000 me this 7th"day1 of JanuAry, 199\\
call the at WO meeting at the Soil Conserva- work I and politicalsubdivisions and and I tha-t I am not
police 4-2411 at on.Charles V I9rf.8o3.04: ; Dfnostt of States' \ political hereby cfcrttfy
V Jr., Lawtey, a daughter., Terri I subdivisions :SS2.4P2.54: an oftioer or director *,ibis bank.S5KA.L .
hour of the tion Service office. Attending the soil scientist for certified
any day or night, And Young Ann Jan. 7. V Other deposits! ( RITCH.
checks, Deposits of Banks 10,000.00OIlier ( : ) HA2CL.'
for any emergency, the chief meeting were Sam McGarvey the Soil Conservation Service Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Craft FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH etc.and) officers' 32.519.20: deposits (certified I XotarjPnbllcr "State. of Florida

stated. chairman. Leaton Morgan Jr.. prepared soil and capability maps Cor. Call & Christian Streets TOTAL DEPOSITS 3.587.405.86 and officers' ehecV&. at large. V V .
Starke, a daughter, Jan. 10. I 8i.7: -li.sa etc.) ;;,30U;; I My commission empires. November2nd
The city had been paying the Vice-Chairman Z. W. Hamiltonand for Harry Wilkerson, J. B. White- :Mr. and Mrs. Donald Morgan Bob L. Badgrtt. Minister Other liabilities TOTAL DEPOSITS 1.761.127.77Bills ISS1. .V V

county sheriff's department '$50per Foster Shi Smith members; head. Mack Griffis. B. O. Sim-i! I Sunday School 9:45: a. m. WorshIp TOTAL LIABILITIES 3.67315344: Payable, rediscounts __- ""V '."_.-a;, ",7. ."
Keystone Heights Jan. 10.
a son,
and other : :: :
month Clerk Edwards stated, G. T. Huggins, visitor, and Bill mons. Frances Meng and W. A. .Mr. and Mrs. Howard Murphy, I nnd Communion. 10:45: a. m. Capital AeeoitU. liabilities for borrowed i ::

to use their radio system. He 'also Haas Soil Conservation Service. Hutton. Chi Rho. 5 p. m. Choir Practice Capital4 150.00000 money 00.000000
Keystone Heights, a son, Jan. 10.
The Board is 6 p .m. CYF. 7 p. m. Surplus V 250.000.00: Other Liabilities 42.040.57 '
making plans V V t
said that the new radio will Undivided profits V 40.045.50:: LLJSMSIPUTPf "'
cost the city $600 per year and have a speaking contest for Brad- Wednesday. 7:30: p. m. New Reserves (and,.retirement .TOTAL LIABILITIES .
will have paid for itself in approximately ford Soil Conservation District Forestry Training for Service.OTICK account: for : preferred 140849.29

nine years. March 21 at the High School PTA. To Be AwardedTwo capital) \.l't'u..t.V W Et if bi &\ Y

The contest is designed to develop > OF INTE\T1O\ TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital 100,000.00Surplus \ \ .

BOATDRAIN BAPTIST CHURCH rural and agricultural leadership SERVICE MEN $500 one-year scholarshipsto REGISTER Notice I*; hereby FICTITIOUS given that NAME the 580.894.59 Undivided Profits 30,310.65 to.OOOilO; WATCHES DI 1A1IS

Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morn through providing for participation be awarded annually in Florida undersigned under the provisionsof TOTAL LIABILITIES :
in public speaking activitiesand and Georgia to the first I Chapter 20.953.: Laws of Florid! AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS TOTAL CAPITAL RSP Jtuf
ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training Acts!! of 1941. will register with the 4.254,048.03;; ACCOc'TSV 170.310.65 \ .
Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship stimulating Interest in con- winners of the FFA Forestry Contest I 'Ierk of the Tircuit Court in and AD Work 'GujiaIeedAi

7:30: p. m. serving our Natural Resources. ; have been announced by Ray- for Bradford County, upon proof of This bank's capital con- TOTAL C.P1TALACCOUXTS LIABILITIESAND
I publication of this notice the flctl- Mbts of: .C Williams
Prayer Meeting. Wednesday I Mrs. Audrey Berger, speech Instructor .)+ omei' incorporated of Femandma i i tious name of BLUE TAVERN, Under Common stock with total 2.173.478.99 :
7.30 p. m.Pastor Hugh B. Ingram, principal x VV V Jeach. Mae available by The I which I am engaged in business par value of 1130.00000 Thl consists* bank's of:capital' 142: W.Call:01. ,

Rev. Barney Sweat Mrs. Carolyn Dyal. Pro- ; Rayonier Foundation the new I I at Pauline 209 ETo"n Slptrunk lee St.,, Starke.209! Brownlee Florida. Moia.da Common tock with total I V .SIi( !. I
Chairman PTA and Paul ; V St. pols Assets: pledged or assigned par value of 2109,000.00/ () V
Everyone Welcome. gram 4L. scholarship program will begin in StarXe. Florida owner. to secure liabilitiesand V '; :
Ihltt'd this 8th day of December
Hutchins and Curtis Marlow FFA 1961. for other pur. Memoranda : .i" : ; :
i 1.\ I) I960 at Starke. Bradford I' ; .
:advisors all feel that a speaking 4Ic County Florida poses' 773.599.0& ; .
Neel Mobile Radio I ___ 'ihe FFA Forestry Contest is _
I II contest is one of the best ways to j 12-29 It 1-19 and 1. :
V 4 sponsored by the SAL Railroad in I, C. E. Hernnall. Vice-Pres.
give students training in speak- ; Cashier of the above-named bank,
Florida and six other southeastern -
234 N. TEMPLE\ AVE. .s la The Circuit Court Of The Eighth do solemnly swear that the aboveetatment
ing before an audience. It is the states. It is open to high Judicial Circuit Of Florida, In is true and that It fully Smith Corona and

(located :in North Florida 1 I intent of the Board all educational of Supervisorsto school students of vocational agriculture -1 la And Chancery For Bradford CODllt,,. and state correctly of the several represents nutter.the ierein true Remington

Supply Co. store) encourage ac- who are members in good 1 Xo. 12-911 contained and set forth, t* the beet
tivies by helping with or sponsor- I standing of Future Farmers of j Kodnoy Hull Waterman. Plaintiff, of my knowledge and belief.

PHONE ing contests or programs. V \e. Julie II'e1leaterman., Defendant. Correct-Attest: C. E. Hernwall )J.TYPEWRITERS
WO 4-5521 America. Contestants are judgedon HAROLD O WALL \

The Board voted to invest $250 7AVV.1rV the basis of their accomplish-: NOTICE OF SUIT W. B. SEWELL
If no answer call home To- Julie Irene Waterman, Round S. L. PEEK, JR. 71
ments forestry on Hill Road Grpenn-ich, Connecticut.You Directors i: PORTABLE
WO 4.2113 farms. Emphasis is placed on are hereby notified that a state of Florida
W.C.T.U. well-rounded practical forestry complaint for divorce has been filed County of Bradford. ss: V
against you by Rodney Hull Water- SOLD ON
Radio & TV Repair '::1 .J:, programs. man in the above named court and
Sworn to and subscribed beforeme V
HIM THAT BUILD you hereby are required to sene EASY TERMS
.I : Judging of the various forestry of other this 10th day of January 1961, : ..
copy your answer or pleading -
REASONABLE PRICES ETII A TOWN WITH BLOOD LLJCharles ." I.projects in Georgia and Florida is to :aid (omplaint on the Plaintiffa and I hereby certify that I am not V
,' an officer or director of this '
QUALITY SERVICE AND STABUSIIETH A CITY the partof attorneys: undersigned and to .
carried during eary
I file the original of your answer or My commission expires Feb. 12,
BY INIQUITY, IIAB. 2:12: D. Smith, son of Mr. each year with winners ,an- other pleading in the office of the 1964. i

- and Mrs., Paul Smith of Lawtey nounced at the state conventions.The Clerk of said Court. on or before Public mAL Helen E. Glasgow! Notary!I': V School) Supplies: .
February 6. llfit failing which a ,
has completed his basic trainingat scholarship funds \\ill be d cr.:*e pro 'onCe'tO will\ be taken Bonded by the Mass. Ponding! and I I '

We Welcome/ You To Worship At Great Lakes Naval Station in .made available by Rayonipr when against Dated you.in Starke. Florida, this December Insurance Co.REPORT .

Illinois and is now training In the winners enter an accredited :30: 1960.OFF1C1.I .

electronics at Anacaster Naval junior colege or college or uni- ( SEAL OP CO.MIT10' OK Bradford County Telegraph
Washington D. C. versity of their choice. Clerk of the Circuit Court STARK L\ THE .STATE OF ,
His full address is: Charles D. Bradford County. Florida.By FLORIDA AT TUB CLOSE OF .

Smith. S. R. 519-38-19, Naval Dance Class OfferedFor Deputy' Marian Clerk L. Crosby BUSINESS! OX DECEMBER 31. 1WWAiteti Phone WO 4.3101.
AT 11:00 A. M. Photographic Center, .Maintenance : TK.VCH: & REYNOLDS V

Department, Anacaster Naval High Schoolers Post Office Ptix 468 Ca:'h, balances .with, other, .
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Sermon: "Repentance"V 115 South Main Street .'
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Air Station Washington D. Gainesville. Florida.
The Recreation Department I 1-5 4t '-% FOR RENF -' one 3.. bedroom cot-
C. City : Sell It Rent It Trade It I I cage, furnished. No culldr n 'or
WORSHIP AT 7:30 P. M.\ is sponsoring a social IB County Jlld e'. Court !. And I pets.. Phone V Wt> 4-09T1.. 'Mrs.V L D.
Fur Bradford ('ounty. Florida. jl Vining ? V '2tp 2.I1
Sermon: "The Highest Paid Job In Bradford County" V dance class on Monday nights at In re: Estate of Lester Kite, de- V "
USD. The classis ceased. !I REWARD r1-V r''r '.bno uIar. \labrovvu
o'clock in the
LEO. A. HEBERT, Pastor open to high V school students I AH creditors of the estate of'' Wliat-flarer..Stas4" :JPhene.vTO 9-

at a fee'ot 50 cents per hour for Lester Kite deceased, are hereby i 2:6:: 2 or:see ;Ttunnjy! Bttby' atBH3.. .
Nursery Open At All Services notified and required to file, any V V V VV!. :.,,.i V ..1tcb
instruction.The I claims or demands which they may .
MEMORIALS AMP RE80LtTTO of cn rev ""
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,___V____ representative of Arthur Murray i| flee of the county judge of Bradford 20 ,":OBDS"'ORLE! Om*. latertioi (Mlal..m Ckir.e) ..,...._ _** .n tered .Anwi. 3- 1Ih.tP! 4:\' rU* A'
:'" ". .. ... I County, Florida within eight able. Doyle' Conner! : WO.; '.-'SOl.. .
.f Studios in Gainesville. !1. calendar months from the date of '. .. ': tfeJi,
who doesn't. the first publication of this notice. I BACH. ADDITIONAL WORD OVER :0 ____- _,__.__ 4*Per Weed i' -V
Any boy or girl I I Each claim or demand must be in I I *0f* DISCOUNT ON REPE.AT IX8KRT10X8 dASW, 4ll V V : "
New *' B. R. Hone
who would like to learn I i I writing and mutt state the place of
I residence and V
post-office address of .
etwillegaMOTORS ; to dance better is invited to take the. claimant and must be sworn toby For Sale wltn '11J4l1r"do 'n' puyiqent.Monthly ;
; pw part in the class.t [ the claimant, his agent or his FOR RENT\ 4 btdrooin 2 bath FOR V psyette'A uft "you or
,. attorney, or It will become void according unfurnished hou..e. Conveniently Io-I| HOME II KIM HUM! -DOCKS will trade fof $out..ffrepeHy in town.
to lawDecember' cated. Phone WO 46584. 4tp %-% AUDITIONS CALL or out, acreage: ,.',-IQtsArt-La kfi, prtpcrty
;t MArk'. ni.nD.l; ::0.: 1960. 'I JIMMY RI'KS. JR. LU 3STARKE. : Will takg beat#tttff>,or.small
L. J. Kite, j FOUND :...2 bird dogs with no col FLA. car in,trade.*tJiiB 1 Realate: com
', .V, ,. Baymwi ,. MacBWte Administrator, of the Estate of lar. Owner may claim by CallingO : V Uchgr %-ZI plete with, ba.fh/'tir; ;wIll.thve, to
Lester Kfte. deceased \\- 4-3854 and giving dtscriptlon.V I IItihg' your lot or *,creag4f.Cwl: or. write
Sunday Services-8:45 a.m, f'il'stpublication- on January 5. FOIl KENT One 2 bedroom house J,' E. Wall W&, .; :O'" .'U9.' 40.. ...plUlDi tfcS\1\
V 198%, I4keIyt ..
Church School: 11:00 a.m.. Mom 1961. ,unfurnished. Phone0 4-1513. HI. 1" I
S rinm.. 1-5 4t 1-26 SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO.SALES way 16 north of Starke, J. W. Gas- '- ,-,
/jV 'Jr Prayer and AND SERVICE kin: Rt .% Box 93, Starke tfchg FOR RENT ASartment-rJ rooms
V Holy .Communion-First Sunday 1IEPORT: OF CO:>D1TIO\ OF THK Sewing machines Vacuum cleanersand and bath; .famished. jUtilftte V fur
____ _ Third' Sunday "FLORID BANK \T STARKE," 'Floor pollsters. We service all nlshed. Mrs: ,L. ft. Green V Raifori
11:00 Lm.; FOR SALE
7.123J .. chg
OF STtRKE. IN THIS STAT OF make sewing machines. FREE PICKUP Rd. phoneWO V
'*ttjUJ*>A a.m. FLORID A.T THE CLONK OF Write 402 :i.. Ready mix concrete concrete block \ .
; V conu-s., fence sand ,
poets cement :
W'ednesday-1:00 p.iri.; Choir BthIM: DECEMBER\Nt.tll : 31. 1900 Marion St. Lake City. Fla. Phone I Motar mix, rock steel oyster shell Lake HBLP Butler'wtcEd.Apiartl(..Co..:""now\LE u..
V. V tfchg
Practice: 7:45: p.m., Litany anel Cash. balances with other LI'nerock and Roof Gravel. Phone panding Jduct4ofl.: WJM hire, :29!

Bible Study. banks, including rcscrxfbalances WE HAVE a new loan program for .C WO4-S21(.. Bradford Engineering V / tfcb, new machine operators') nnmedlately.
and cash items V farmers. Loan oC I to i year NO oxnerjetvoa" npo.ssary. itcngSYLVANJi
in process of collection 201.037V02 for tilt< ntir* ere II It require- .
WfVV CHRISTIAN CHURCH United State Government mentB of the farmer and his fam CALL Jackson for top fill dirt, ; s
Carl Clarke, Minister obligations, direct and ily. Gainesville Productlen Credit buIld' zing and grading. W. T. '.
guaranteed 1,332.968.09:: ., Association. (20. north Main Jackson, WO MOIL tfchg MAIM' &,
Pvt. Michael Reddish son of SUNDAY SERVICES Obligations of States and II I I Gainesville'! Fl.. *..feh STARK RADIO'l. TV

Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish of 10:00: a.m. Bible School I I I.A. DSCAPIXGJan will' be Ph6ne :tVO 4-&SU
made for future planting Immediate
Help Wanted -Curb Girls-Day or or
Starke, recently graduated from 11:00 .m. Worship & Com- IT PAYS TO I I' night work. Apply in person at planting. Robert' Ham, FhlGlDAIREAPPLIANCES;: V

the 82nd Airborne Division Jump munion Trade with SLADE I I Tuck's- "DrlIn.. Up phone ViOt8U.. Itp

School at Fort Bragg N. C. He 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship II.. RADIOS REPAIRED ,I FOR SALEAutomatic Washer and t
ceived his paratrooper wings !. Alt Make 4U ... bMU TV. Call WOi7it: .', V Up M'RSERV STOCK FOR' 8Al5
I: ..... ChargeaSHEPHERD'S $varaatessV We hue oter 100,009nice fruit
after completing four weeks of I
FOR SALE Business-residential trees and shrubbery. hedge Plant
intensive ground and aerial train- Lawtey Bottled Gas lama* Ureea, Owaer combination property at 217 E. shade trees. landacape -material fquaUt
I I 412 E. fill St. Phaie WO 4-4M1 t'ro..nJee St., Starke Fla .. Hundreds.Gf CHrui:: 'trees Incans
achute ,
ing which included five I Contact )
0) Q AND A. E. Maasey, Pastor ( City) tsrke. r... owner at 6950 Rollo Road Normandy some with frult.jee our plants

jumps. Bible school. ii) a. m. Subdhision Jacksonville) Fla., or for quality. Azaleas and Camellias
Reddish entered the Army last 11 $6.50 FOR SALE Bermuda and Pahai phone EV 4-6138. tf chg SOc up. O. C. C&rnesursery, 10 ml.
CARS Oy Preaching, a. m. V i grass hay. V R. Ferguson, phone Cast of Keystone HelfhU Hwy 100.
TRUCKS June and completed basic combat Evening Service, '1:30 p. m. : WO 4-5371;; 4tchg 1-19 FOR RENT First fjoor apart- Phone nt-un. Florahome, Fla. .

training at Fort Benning, Ga. He Bible Study and Prayer Meet ments. Close in desirable. Also house '- 4tcht. %-,
FOR Upright plano-Wur- .
TO CHOOSE FROM is a 1960 graduate of Bradford ing 7:30 pm.. Wednesday. No Gas Cost Less tilizer-mirror in back. Only needs! 310 for rent X. Cherry or sale.St.Very easy terms.tfch* .EnO PLeltIe. .
High School tuning $100. Used\ Westing-house refrigerator llf S. TROKFHlIf ST.
BVEKGREEN .|2fl,, 31i N. Clark St. V rilOf.E WO .44181MGHT
Than "Slade Gas"stuits Phone WO 4-4865 or WO 4-2771. FOR SALE WO 4-I8tl .t 101.88
CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH 4tchg 22CdLOt New and used Building Supplies IUSTINOTIV&-'ftAt1fJftS-!:
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- > Drive way pipe. !' lengths 11.2 WF. WIRE FLOWlCDf'UIWDDB
Black Ford Galaxie : IAL. FLORIST per foot. See Billy Jackson. Jack .' 'VV ; ttch,
I 1960. ng> 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30 Only P. ..T.V D.: Florist in Starke. son Pullding Supplies.tfchg J '
Sunday Services Sunday 0. ra. Preaching' 7S( p. m. Prayer Flower wired any place. Flower ,!. V Furnished Apartment 'For, Heat -
School 10 a. m. Morning Worship. Meetinr WMnesda 7:30 p. m. for all occasions locally. Phone FOR SALE Jersey and Hereford Mrs. Leola Rober'\f':94 TV, Adktos
WO 4-",t80S East Nona St. tfchg I I. heifers freshen June 1. Purebred St. after 4:30: P nt> V V Stp t.1t
Fordor, Fully Equipped Local Owner 11 a. m. Training Union. 6:30 p. Wednesday Bible study. 730 Holstein bull IS mo.; 2 heifers 9 mo.All V

Like New m. Evening Worship 7:30: p.' m. p.m. Jos. E. Norman pastor. FOR !RENT; -Furnished apartment Near-'! talfhood vaccinated. Mrs St.u- INTRODUCTORY. .
Reasonable rates der. a mi. South on 301. phone Waldo
Prayer Meeting:, Wednesday 8 p. shopping center.' Phone WO 92011or I t HO 8-2836. Up OFFER.
HIGHLAND call at 213', 5.' Cherry St. (Shell '
MVEdUA.PTISI an.etii1' Oil Co. Office, Own Your Own Home Small cottages Engraved .Biuih
V V : tfchg for Sale Rent. Write Box tat!dleq :
or IV '
1960 Beige Ford Fordor Galaxie CHUBCB Sunday School q:{:) a. ,m. 861 or phone WO 4-2(61. Itcbff I
Sunday School. 1O&.i. Wot Morning Worship 11 a: m. and I'ii cottage.Redecorated.FOR RENT; 1 bedroom. Nice furnished for cou,, : .t

snip Hour 11 a. m. Cretin Serf- 7:30 p.. m. Prayer Meeting each pIe. 614 Lak St. Adults. .Mrs. A. F. Pets For Sale-Toy Manchester Pup 500 tar, Eqtam,
Full Power and Select Air. Locally eaoWednesday. Rev: Sauls. 633 McMahon St phone WO :i female. 3 mo old |35.; Phone'0 4- 50n.Bus n crda
.;e, 1 p. m. Prayer MNtttf Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. 45744.V Itchg r 64S3: Baldwin Grocery. Hwy: 3M s. _
Owned 7:30: pan. George Chistn pastor. Everybody V North Starke. V Itp FINESIEGMVING:

Sunday Sunday School 10 & UPHOLSTERY WORKS ,! .
V v
a. m-. Morning meaje 11 'a. m. MADISON STREET BAPTIST '710 Lemon St Patetka I 1lateIntlud. dBRADFORD

1958 Beautiful Black Montdair Training Union T p. m., Evening 900 Block W. Madison St. I II COUNTY
8 Repaired, TELEGRAPH
message p. m. Sunlay School 9:45. Jim Law I
Club 4 i I .
Monday Bible Joy ron. Superintendent. & Refinished Ii .

Tudor, Hardtop, Full Power, Sharp to: 5 p. m.WedneSday. Morning Worship. 11:00. MATTRESSES REBUILTNew CVEKIKO>EVER T-O CLASSES for! adult JfttK AU

Prayer Meeting Training Union 6:15: Jim Harden a ubjeeta. .Credit Jfwanted.. 'Writ

,:30 p. m. Choir Practice 8:30p. : Director. Innersprings i Director. Etix! .Ut", .SUfke, 0.. call

Plymouth 6 Pass. m. Pastor: Merle 1,., Packham. Evening Worship, 7:30.: and Box Spring i I WO 4-I8TJ.Ottl e. or USO v.1Ia'411lt Bias/for,Education &ddlttonal >.

1 958 Wagon Wednesday. Prayer Meeting Drop Us a Card or Call I iBformatlpa jrtaclpal' Nttto, a4d1teeonta.et

BAPTIST CHURCH 8TARKE VfO 4-5834 I a FOR SALD -'Clean !.is. 'Plymouth
Sports Model, Full Power and Air Conditioned 4 dr. RaH food tires, njotor. Heavy
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS MRS. PEGGY SHALLEB, Starke, trailer lthP. : ajjoiiablt. ,:F one WO

Worship, 11 a. m. Training CHURCH ,Apat 4-S4T1., ". '. V itch* 1-19

Visit Union: 6:30p.)' m. Evening Ser- Sunday School It a. m.; Horn- --- I Complete Tee Servi .WORTHVTRE V TRIP r ?

vice. 8 I p,ou Prayer Meeting each Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evange- FOR.. SALE Z he4r..n Work Bracing Da-Mow- Mobile V
fce ,. nar4w..d fl .r. Bemmtlfmlly Pruning JJ0mes Ahray' V,below
Wednesday 8 p. m. Everyone welcorneaRev. Hatic! .rvicea *!!*\ o. ra. s uadeape4. Patio a.. .tilde Bar-[tog Cavity Work Tr e B- market, and clean..
R. I Lee. pastor. *t.e Pit. Pvfeed t* MIL 1115 PrattSt.
> "Come, let us reason together. movaJ Transplanting


% OF GODD LATTER DAY SAINTSServices Bradford CountyTELEgRAPH E* a'IT'BealltT Counselor Xo canvass- SAP Owner 1 'UiLSEf f.Ktystbfle{ Hts.iOR .

P. Burgess Pastor each Sunday in oM ing. Write Mrs. T. I. Barton, Green STARK PHONE WO WJ6S ,.. ,?Jttw
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Sprm, Fla. 1-12
TUBA! Sunday School. 9:45 a. m. Masonic Hall on E. Can Bt Sunday For Expert Tree Surgery CaD OM KEtCI .-.,-- nt'TS bedroom.

Morntng.Worahlp. 11 a. m.. Even- .School 10\ .a. D!. Sacrament WANTED,-R. x. or.L. P. N. Nurse V Agent V V Unfurnished.,hotja..'Ref,( atr Inclndwl. -

I geiistic: Service 7:30: p. m.: Wed Service '.:30 p. m. Everyone wel. Doctor for relief Hospital..ork.'V 4'days' week.fiche 224 N. Temple Phone WO 4-S965 .. .'-' C3.n'wn'-4-83.ttp::

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I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy Wiggins Seated On Keystone Council; i .. i Rates Melrose National Principal .., MELROSEBy.YYTyy.t..TTT.Y...i

Mary K. Schaeffrr I
.. Honor Society
May Face New Test Case 'fluster'i '
Mrs Alice Rothhammer
Clarence C.TTolden.
principal of
Woman's Club Plans the national contest, for which ; '
Ii: { ;y .
I I. ,,:, ,, : Melrose High School, has been uwe uu..u.eeUeus
Birthday Party I winners will receive valuable pri- i C. E. Wiggins, whose right to by C. J. O'Conner, Keystone F' '.._. ...; ;'."..",_,... '.L". "_. selected for membership in Kappa Mr.
and Mrs. Ronnie Andersonand
The next luncheon meeting of zes. So if you really like to sew, ; fill the unexpired one-year term realtor and himself an unsuccessful ; ; i : Delta Pi, national honorary society -
of H. L. Ownbey on the I :. '{} : i ;gfji' ; son visited Mr. and Mrs.
Keystone Council
the I candidate in the Dec. in
Keystone Height's Woman'sClub why not give it a try? Mrs. Lea- is 'd, ,. : t education His selectionwas Grant Rothhammer on their way
'i j Heights Town Council was chal- voting. O'Conner maintainedthat .... based his
will be held Tuesday after- 'Ward is chairman on "high scholar-
mon and you f1i'I I home to Tallahassee after spend-
in '
lenged court last
noon Jan. 24, starting at 1 o'- week was Keystone's election procedure :i\ ship record and high standardsof the
can call her at 3503 to make arrangements sworn into office Tuesday nightOther made ; h ing holidays with Mr. and
no provision for filling ; education
clock. The entertainment plannedfor conduct as exhibited Mrs. Ed Einsmen at Ft. Myers.On .
or get full particulars.Mrs. Councilmen taking the the
unexpired terms of resigned i in professional
this meeting will be the annual -
Thursday Mr.
and Mrs
Birthday Party. This month the William Dawson can give oath at this time were J. L. councilmen.The and personal attitudes and Clarence C. Holden attend the

Keystone Woman's Club, which you the same information, and her Hetherington for a two year term, petition for injunction was i achievements. banquet honoring new membersof

was founded in 1924 will be 37 number is 4181. and E. E. Williams, who was re- dismissed Monday in Clay Coun- On Thursday, Jan. 5, professor Kappa Delta Pi, an honor

years old. Mrs. John Karges Is in Fashion Show At elected on Dec. 6 fop another ty Circuit Court when attorneyson Holden. was initiated into the society in education, at the Holiday -
two-year term.
charge of the party, which shouldbe Woman's Club In March both sides of the issue agreed Upsilon Chapter at the University Inn in Gainesville.
An injunction against the seat- that the wrong procedure had ,. <, I of Florida, where
very interesting. Come with Alice Through the :" ': t he is working Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Lee and
ing of Wiggins' had been sought been used in filing. :--:; ., -.". !i toward his doctor's ,
Camellia And Antique Show Looking Glass into the wonder- degree in the family of Jacksonville Beach, Mr.
Scheduled For Woman's Club land of Spring fashions! "Throughthe First Aid Course' Mack Futch of Starke, attorneyfor '..Vd'n [l Advanced. Graduate School. I and Mrs. Rufus Jordan of Lake

Friday, Jan. 27, the Keystone Looking Glass" will be the O'Conner, said yesterdaythat !,,I. City, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stricklandof

Heights Woman's Club will hold a theme of the Spring Fashion Will Be SponsoredBy he was restudying the law I' -.- .. .-- .._.. ",- _" Tins RIGBT tooni* Palatka, and Mr. and Mrs.
combination Camellia and Antique Show to be held at the Keystone Rescue in the case and would likely re- I way yen write. Come I In and select Charles Perry, Jr. and family were
Bhow at the club house. The Heights Woman's Club, Thursday Unit file the suit ":In the law side" of LIONS GET CHECK FOR LIGHTING your favorite ESTEBbROOKFuntaba recent visitors! of Mr. and Mrs.

flower part of the show will be in night, March 9. The various shopsin .Clay court at an early date. Tree original Pea.. TELEGRAPH. (Continued on Iext Pare)
charge of chairman Sara McDonald Gainesville will be showing the. county Civil Defense Res- petition had been filed in Darrell Davis [right] presidentof The Lions Club has undertakenthe t

while Mrs. Harold Lawrence latest thing in shoes, hats formal cue Unit No. 1 will sponsor five equity (the chancery: side of the Keystone Heights Lions financing of this $2,600 pro-

will be co-chairman in charge of wear, street clothes, and sportswear weekly meetings for tUft aid instruction court), Futch stated. He described Club is pictured receiving check ject, about half of which has been

antiques. Antique-lovers will Models; will be members of starting at 7 p. a. Tuesday the matter as a technical. for $150 from G. E. Wiggins, raised. Davis says, "We stiU have ZIKE DECORATING SHOP

please note that the antiques will the local club, and the Junior Heights, Jan.Fire 24, In the Keystone ity which he felt sure could 'be owner of the Keystone Water plenty of poles' to sell, if !anybodyelse .
be on sale,_and anyone having Woman's Club. There will be a corrected.Mr. Works, as a donation to pay for wants one." The name of In Wiggins
All interested adults Building Keystone
above Heights
something he or she would like to $1.25 donation for admission. 18 age O'Conner said yesterdaythat erection of one light pole at the each donor will be inscribed on a
sell can do so on a commission Brownies To Learn in the Melrose-Keystone-: "no personalities" were in- athletic field. plaque mounted on the pole.
Starke area are invited to take the volved .
in the matter, but he de-
basis. About Community
course which will be under the sided to have a test case made in tained at their home on East I PAINTS ANDPAINTING
Pattern Contest Announced Brownie Scout Troop 229 Is niID>
direction of Trooper Jansen of order to clarify election procedures Lakeview Drive with a dinner INSURANCEAutoFireCasualty < [P
Thursday Feb. 9, members of starting a study of our Community. -
Jacksonville Florida Highway'Pa- in party. Guests arrived at 6 o'clock AIDS
the Keystone Heights Woman's On. Tuesday of this week they Heights. .-
trol Safety Officer. There Js no Since Mr. Wiggins has already for a social hour, and "Soup'sOn" ur.
Club will hold a sewing contest toured the Keystone Water Works, Bonds and Allied Lines
charge. taken the oath of office, was announced at 7. Dinner
and in the and next Tuesday they plan to any new
woman community ,
may any participate. All sewing must tour Clay Electric Co-Op. Each class will last three hours. action will be in the nature of an was buffet style, and after dinner Reynolds Insurance Wall Paper Samples
I Persons wishing to take the ouster rather than an injunctionto there was a good old-fashioned
be done from Vogue Patterns, : Girl Scout Cookie Kits were AgencyW.
course are asked to song-fest with Miss Anna Mc-
notify Ray
however. Winners competeIn given to the Brownies at their prevent his being seated. L.
may ReynoldsPh.
I Chance at Keystone 4260, or Williams ChairmanIn Cullough at the piano, and Leo We Do Papering and PaintingFREE
District contests, and then in meeting this week, and they will 2442 2701
Charlie McGlave at 4278. its LeBlanc as song-leader. Appropriate -
the State contest, and finally to start solicting orders for the cookLEE'S reorganization Tuesday
; night, the new council elected E. greetings were sung to Theron Keystone Heights, Fla. Estimates Phone Keystone 4505
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.. .. -., ..- '-. ..., -... ies E. Williams as chairman. H. L. Whidden, who was having a
on Saturday, Jan. 14. Ownbey, who resigned his seat birthday on Jan. 8. .
Girl Scout Cookie Sale S ____ __ I
effective Jan. 1, was presenteda Guests included Mrs. Lena _.
I DRIVE-IN THEATREKeystone The Annual Girl Scout Cookie cigarette lighter as a token of Clemens Mrs. Bee Cooper, Adm. '

Sale will begin Saturday, Jan. 14, appreciation from his fellow and Mrs. Anthony Danis, Mr. and 1i

and continue through Jan. 28. councilmen for his services ren- Mrs. Everett Fox, Mr. and Mrs. .. i

HeightsFriday.Saturday.SundayJan. During these two weeks, Inter- dered to the city during several Art Godley, Mrs. Paul Harvey, ry
mediate Girl Scouts and Brown- terms. Mr. and Mrs. Leo LeBlanc, Mr.

i ies will be around to see you to After routine business, Conucil and Mrs. Wilbur ,Neal, Mr. and s

13 14 15 get your order. No payment is received and took under advise- Mrs. Carl Piper Mrs. Mary Robinson
made at the time you give your ment the following recommendations Mrs. Elsie Dunne, Mss: An-

All Shows Start At 7:00: P. M. order; you pay for them on the from Mayor M. L. Beasley: na McCullough, Mrs. George
date of delivery in March. 1. That an ordinance be passed Schaeffer, Mrs. Harold Sutton,

r TI -- Most of the money the girls reclaiming a section of the town Mr. and Mrs. Theron Whidden,
I may earn comes from the sale of: excluded from the city limits Mr. and Mrs. Joe Murelli, and Mr.

I these cookies, so be generous. The several years ago. The area to.be and Mrs. Jack Reid. ( 1 ..
1 VlCTORMATURE f r, 'ti'Nt ) cookies are very good, toe and affected lies north of GS&F Please Pardon Us N

N.pAaars come in five varieties. tracks, east of Sylvan! Way, a Last week we wrote up a party ,, '

Kenny Is Five Years' Old distance of about 600 feet extend- given by Mr and Mrs. Albert -_-_-__:_ ---- I
RIIIIIALti co.vwr, On Friday, Jan. 6, ,Kenny Be- ing to city limits line. Bachmann for St. William's Choir. _.: : .

tote son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill i 2. That local legislation be We should have said "for- Choir '

.SUmCtNESCOPE.TECHIICOln& l cosgatral o!tut. Belote, observed his fifth birth-i passed giving the town authorityto members and spouses"-but sincewe

n...WAR'jE.!Ro$. day with a lively party at the grant tax relief in situations forgot the "and spouses," per- -' .theoidycarbeautMyMttogo.
Happy Hours Play School wherehe deemed desirable, such as to new haps some of the members of the 1> .

. -- .. is a pupil. His mother broughta industry. local Masonic Lodge are wonder- '
_,_ ,, _.n ._ 'n"_ .,_ .. ,__ ._ ___ _. ._ .'. beautiful birthday cake, and his 3. To expedite plans for a new ing what :their Worshipful Masterwas ; I

daddy was able to leave the store city ban, including selection of doing in ,St. William's Choir? .: in its.field S. : I
long enough to eat cake and ice site and means of financing. At any rate, Everett Fox has had .

cream with the group. Kenny received Councilman Fred Dodd recom- his share of kidding this past .
McKAY AT KEYSTONECRYSTAL many lovely gifts from his mended that council pass the necessary week. So sorry Everett.

fellow schoolmates. ordinances to rectify Mildred ,Sutton also has had
1-2 Price Sale on Dresses. Coats short-comings in its election pro- her share of kidding for a weekor

and Suits at Leila's. cedures. No action was taken at so. But we are on her s'de.' We .

LAKE 100 ft. frontage, 3 bedroom, living Duplicate News this really believe her story about fall- _. to ;t
room-kitchen area, Tile bath, screened porch. Very There were four and a half meeting ing over the vacuum cleaner, and

neat and well kept. Asbestos Shingles. $11,500. Terms. tables of play at the meeting of having to get stitches over her
the Keystone Heights Duplicate eye. !
Bridge Club on Thursday evening Mrs. Few served the guests cake, CHURCH NEWSSt. I IL

DIANA SHORES Development opportunity. 1500 ft. Jan. 5. High scorers were Mrs. ice cream, and chocolate milk, William's Catholic I

lake front and 22 acres. $10,500.2 Cash down. I Helen Phelps and her mother after "Happy Birthday" was sung, The regular meeting of St. Wil-I .hr

Mrs. Alice Ketchum. Mrs. Anna and David had blown out his can- iam's Altar Society will be held

LAKE SERENA The most beautiful lake front left in James and Mr. Wells were second dles. Guests included. Peter Con- Monday evening, Jan. 16, at 7:30, 1- I

our area. Prices from 2675. 3275. Excellent terms. high, while Mrs. Burns and Mrs. neen, Robert Pater Margaret In the Recreation HalL I I

Bissell of Starke were third high. Pater Ricky Warren Kevin Wy- Sunday, Jan. 15, will be Com- :

The meeting this week will be man, Billy Beam Martha Jane munion Sunday for the Altar Society i L.

on Friday evening, Jan. 13, rather Schaeffer David's brothers, Glen and all the other ladies of K

S. E. M'KAY REALTOR than Thursday, which conflicts and Herbert Few Mrs. Dan Pater, the parish. The ladies will sit together -
of the Junior and Mrs. George Schaeffer. Be-
with the meeting in the front of the church .
Woman's Club. At this week's fore his guests departed David : I
Associates: Mrs. M. Ilgen & Irene Brault meeting, the members will discuss presented each of his guests witha and go to Communion in a body. II

Phones: 3071.2051.2391.4151Keystone changing the night to Friday as a little gift as a memento of the [Continued On Next Page % _._ I

regular thing, to avoid conflictsof occasion. i1 Ti UJ1T I 7T1

Heights, Fla.t this sort. Playing will start at House, Warning At Pater's HEALTH FACTS

T.sn n.r' -m..., and-.-- for-- the benefit of On Friday evening, Mr. and :
new-comers, the meetings are Mrs. Dan Pater and their three .miles betteenlubrications
1. Over 500 Insurance Companies :
Club build- children
held at the Woman's were pleasantly surprised
I ing. People who love bridge are when a group of friends arrivedat pay benefits for Chiropractic ... ,, .. .,_.. ., ), io. .. .. .."

invited to these meeting of kin- their house laden with gifts service .h. t, -.., .. ..f.' .
t ._ .
dred souls for a pleasant eveningof for a house-warming party. The 2. Employees injured under the '30'OOO is the famous : ; .OC. .. . '.
\.. serious playing. Paters recently moved Into their Workmen Compensation are en- nflm- ,.' ,. .

Garden Club News lovely new home on Nelson Pointon titled to Chiropractic care without ber of the year. It's every((61 "J. ,: '..'* HERE'S.HOW THE 61 FORD
\ i The Garden Club of the Lakes Lake Geneva. The two ladies TAKES CARE OF ITSELF
cost to the employee. Ford owner's. license to save. .
1 met at the home of Mrs. L. E. responsible for planning the party -
t Does your insurance policy pro- : lubricate*Itself YouTI normally & 30,000 mile
Harris on Lake Geneva, Thursday' were Mrs. Frank Ilgen and Mrs. vide fer Chiropractic care? We How .can Ford do it? Conventional -' between chassis lubrications(which cost only about .
afternoon Dec. 29. The theme of Charlie Tolford. The entire group chassis' 1 lubrication'.fit-.ft. KQQ aid take about 20 minutes) because Ford I
{ 11 ill e their program was "Wild Flow assembled at the home of Mr. and will be glad to check your policy !"replaced. conventional grade fittings with a

,fur ers." Mr. Kirsch of Penney Farms, Mrs. Lew Muir so that they to see if you are properly covered. tings have been replaced I with .'setled-m,. .lubrication' 'system. I

a wild flower and plant hobbyist, could arrive at the same time. You owe it to yourself to have metal plugs that help protect >gtitii .owVoSYouTl go 4.000 miles betweea
Pater'and her ., .oil changes because Ford Full! -Flow oil filter five*
MARYLANDIn showed many colored slides of our After Mrs. your policies checked before you 1..tiJlndontbrauptberl..trappiqmondirC
each lubrication !
local wild flowers, many or whichare daughter Margaret had openedthe have need for them. point against\ thaa an other typeef filter made.abrasive' ,
1772 the becoming very scarce, and gifts and passed them aroundfor No policy Is complete that does mud, dirt and dUst: of Adjusts its own kea-New Track Size brafctf
State House at Annapolis built and is '
was should be more protected.The inspection, Mrs. Ilgen and Mrs. not'provide for Chiropractic Bene- And then for tdjustI >x elvs.roid Dm'licczlll '
the oldest in America still in daily use. It was the! next meeting will be at the Tolford served a delicious buffet J. only about$4.and Gaards ksowa maffler-Ford mufflers are doubt*

Capitol of the U. S. ,as the Revolutionary War ended, home of Mrs. Lena Clemens in supper. fits.No physical examination is com. about 20 minutes your:Fordis .. ..wrapped and alumiaized to.last three times u ton*;
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and is where George Washington resigned his com- Hillcrest on Thursday afternoon, Guests included Sam and Mar- plete that does not include an examination ; .ready, for 'another 3(>,dOM. ( !' oJ- -<' Protect s ordinary mufflen.
Jan. 26, at 2 p. m. tha Gardner, Everett and b* own body-AH! vital nndertxxJy pans
mission. A flag carried both in the Revolution and the Card Party Coming Up Fox, Ed and Helen Coneen, Dick for nerve pressure. This is, just one of the. :many. t tit specially. processed to resist rust and corroaoB., .
4 rreq.to plyll3l1JDl1M body panel beqeath thi
of Bridge and Canasta fans are and Doris Sunderland, George and Many accidents do not produce ', .
War 1812 is housed here. In one month visitors ways the 61 Ford is built, to !
further noticeof K Schaeffer, Bill and Ellen immediate symptoms. Locating; .
asked to watch Mary .. I
here : liter pre of to on Eabh! -Just wash and data
registering take of
from itself.) Yout Ford
came every European country. a card party being sponsoredby Morgan Lionel and Irene Brault, nerve pressure by your,Doctor of '"care tr Ford'llIC1r Diamond Luatn Finish and!fe coatiHMlla

t Visitors see the U. S. Naval Academy, and the seven- the Keystone Height's Wo- Fred and Betty Mulling, John and Chiropractic will reveal many conditions Dealer can show,you more. .. fjirtea, LU....ft suwr needs.3iO.. "

mile-long Chesapeake Bay Bridge. man's Club early next month. Gail Dickert Henry and Margie not found in ordinary ex- -,.: a. __, --4' !
Mrs. J. D. Henderson and Mrs. Hall. S. E. and Hazel McKay aminations.For .. t j
Herbert Nelson will be cochairmen. Lewis and Nan Muir Gay and Information Contaet The .

Perhaps next week we will Fran Livingston Al and Louise
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK have a little more, information to I. Nelson Herb and Lucille Nelson, Dr. H. G. Bollinger FORD. Jiifdj

pass on to you. Tom and Ginny Gamar Charlie Chiropractic Offices
David Has Party and Kitty McGlave. Bill and Mar- ..

MEMBER F.D.I.C. On Wednesday morning Dec. gie Few, and out-of-town. guests 425 N. Walnut St.

A Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community 28, David Few, youngest son of Rene and Doris Dostie, of Jack- Phone WO 4-2881 Starkeor TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

.Keystone Heights Fla. Mr.,and Mrs. Bill Few celebrated sonville. Mr. Dostie Is the man ,
his third birthday with a nice who built the Pater home.. I. .728 E. University Ave. #

party for his friends. David received Dinner, Party At Davie Home Phone 2869, -. Gainesville '206 W. 'MADISON:'ST. I .' STARKE FLA.
8 Mr. : : ,.
some fine 'gifts which the Sunday evening, Jan. 20 Years Experience .. ..
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yyyyyyyyyyyyy.yyyWWyY1 church organist.Services'Sunday. .see visited Misses Addie ard Annie vvvvvvvyv.vyv., teresting program. After adjourn- Mr. and Mrs. A. J% Fender and Jacksonville. Sunday.D. I children enjoyed: ahtrip to Salt
I J. Philips of Gainesville visit- "
KEYSTONE School 9:45a. : Lee recently. ment the hostess served delicious family last Sunday.Mr. Springs and. Ocala..'Sundaf1 & tel.

m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Miss Leta Tyre celebrated her HEILMOHRy fruit cake and coffee. Those. in and Mrs. J. W. McRae and i ed Ernest Triest last Saturdayand i I

HIGHLIGHTSVvvYYVVvvvvvyyvyyyyyyv Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening seventeenth birthday Thursday, : attendance :w re. Mrs. Orville Mrs. H. M. McRae visited Mr. and enjoyed a hunting trip while noon.Mrs.. J. D. Griffis had aa. ;' fir!

: services a p. m.COMMUNITY. Jan. 5.Calvin. Mr*. Harvey McCarthy1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAA Bumgarner Mrs. R. E. Lee, Mrs. ,,Mrs. Arthur McRae and son last here.We regret to report that T. F. I guests Thursday her .brothers' and

Perry returned home I H. C Kelly, Mrs. H. C. Wain- weekend. sister W. T.: "Zeigler ,Sr. pf Jack'sonville -
Howell Is ill with flue. Mrs. Howell
CHURCH after a brief stay at the Bradford I wright, Mrs George Roberts. Mrs. Walt :Zeigler of Oakdale.
[Continued from | v : A .... had been sick, also but Is *Improving .I I
:: Preceding Page KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Priest vyVyyyVyyy ivvvmvyv
County Hospital. Howdy, folks; :well this *past. Effie Miner Mrs: H. Ev Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. R. G.
'Dr. Al a- Holt, 'MinisterMrs. Miss Marian Bass recently Miss ,Enza Blanchird Mrs. now.
and' Judy
They Zeigler and daughter Mrs.
recite the Rosary to- ; weekend closed, out the deesea -- : Mrs. Do le Swindell: is slowly!
geth'er before J.;li rietherlhffton spent a week with her sister, Miss ". I pinkins_,. IBES-SA Heckard and SOnY Randy, ,and
Mass, starting at -- son anotheryear whi h: hasbeers >- improving and expects to be"discharged -
8:15 a. m.Regular. I Organist anJ"CfioIFTirect r. Susan Bass, in'Tampa'. an outstanding-one 1ffarvey Rev. T.' L. Howe andseveral from Bradford Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Damper: and
Sunday School. 9:30 a.. m. Morning A free sewing class. for- adults members oftrie- First: Baptist County son. Billy. This' was the first re-
Wednesday evening and his hUnting 'Pal, Clyde By Ruth Griffis.6a.&la&"a&&AA.A'AA Hospital in the next day j
I Worship, 11:00: a. m will be held Thursday nightat Church attended the Annual or so-
t choir every regular i union of all the Zeiglers in 13
practice will resume on I r Bradley. They have each- killed Mrs. W. H: Hall Sr. and son. .
February 1. I' the high school until the courseIs two apiece, Harvey's were'a 4'and I State Evangelistic, ,Confer I years. Many friends of Walt Zei
Altar ; Faith Presbyterian completed. If Interested, you ence1 at the First Baptist' Church Mr. and Mrs. W.. l L. Chandler I Mrs. Jean Walnwright and son. I I gler will be interested In knowing ,
Boys for this Sunday will Church, .Sfdrose 19 point, and Clyde's were a 4 and and 'sons'of and Mrs. B. J. Hall and son were ., !
i are welcome to attend the next of :Jacksonville for three daysWs Jacksonville visited
be John I that he is flight engineer for Pan-
Allen and Jimmy Fox. Sunday services-Churcn School, 7 point. So, I don't have to tell Mrs. Chandler's brother and sis- sightseeing in St. Augustine Sun-
meeting. week.
For Jan. 22, David Schaeffer and ou what the Bradley's .and McCarthy's American. World Airways and has
j 9:45: a.m. Morning' Worsh1 ) "ll PTA Meeting ) The Executive Committee of ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Oak-
50-acre ranch in
Herbert day.Mr. a almond
Nelson Jr. eating nowadays.That's
and for Sunday are
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a.m. Rev. James R. Neale Jr., pas- The Melrose PTA met Tuesday is Lawtey PTA met at the. School CloVersettJe. last Saturday. and Mrs. E. E. Triest and daleAMBULANCE .
29. Lee Sutton and right- ; and it
L George Allen. tor. night, Jan. 3. Rev. Bill Breyfoglegave i delicious.Rev. Thursday afternoon.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Ntwsome ,
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the devotional after which O. J. Phillips returned and children were Sunday visitors ; '
Altar Boys for Luther A. McGee pastorof -
Tuesday morning i
I *TTTTYTYYTYYYYYYYTYYTTYYMELROSE room count was taken. Mrs. Scul- with Danny to Miami Thursday.She pf Mr. Newsome's brother. Pitt :
Masses will be as follows: Jan. Hellbronn Church, invites all SERV1CF
ly president announced'that the extended Newsome, and family in Starke.
plans to make an
17, John Allen; Jan. 24. Lee Button to !attend services whenever5 you"
PTA is buying the curtain for the I I visit with relatives there. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Runnells PHONE WO 4-2600
and Jan. and churchare
; 31. George Allen. can. you your
auditorium. A discussion was heldon Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wade of and daughter, Ginny, of Gainesville i
We are sorry that we have no i planning to be with us .for"our ; DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
other Church News. We didn't rVVYVYiyvvTvyyyyyyyyyyy. Civil Defense. Refreshmentswere annual Homecoming Day, March Tampa and sons. Sgt. Bob.Royal i visited Mr. and Mrs. James

served in the cafeteria following of the Marines, to be stationed A. Gnann Sr. last Saturday. DeWitl C. Jones Director
hear from any Publicity Chairmen I (Continued from Preceding Page) 5. Plans are being made now for now J Registered Funeral
the meeting. at a base in Calif., and Bruce Chester Searle of St. Petersburg:
of any of our other churches. : this big day of singing, both con- Starke, FIa.I .
Personals Charles Perry, Sr. Basketball gregational'and special and Royal of Camp LeJeune N. C. spent the weekend with Mrs.

.. Capt and Mrs. J. Mordent and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Lemacke of !'The; Melrose boys basketball Christian! fellowship plus,the best ,were visiting- Mr. and, Mrs W. F. Searle. and daughter Jan. I Rental Service: Hospital B Wheel Chairs, Crutches \

Jacksonville were recent guests at team fell under Lake .Butler' and ', Moore and family during the Mr.: and'lrs.. H. F. Cloversettleand
three children have completed a eating' you have ever tasted because .
the Lee House. Bronson this ,weekend. Friday Heilbronn week. Mrs. Wade is Mrs. Moore's son, Marshall. visited his ." -" '.'
three-year tour of duty in Ger- ladies car.really -
Miss Rita Tiller recently spent night 'Bronson topped .the Bull- mother Mrs. Hattie Jones in"I' -
many, and are back in the States, cook! sister. i "We eliminate the, middleman's
!I a week with Mr. and Mrs. Jack dogs ,88-37 and Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Ed May had as Ii profit"an
U and
currently staying with Mi Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Redding
McElveen and Mr. and Mrs. lost to Lake Butler'ith a sister
they guests of the week Mr. May's
Mrs. Charles Foster Sr. on Hutch- and children of Wildwood were
i Johnny Newsom at Hartsville, S. of 48-32.; The'girls team lost of Shanes- .Quarts
i score weekend Mrs. Virgie Stress D
Inson Lake. Mrs. Foster and Mrs. guests of Mr. Redding'sparents,1dr. 1 s Each
I I JC.. and' Mr. and Mrs. Robert C.McFarland. to Bronson 5043'ut beat Lake yUle, Ohio and his brother. Mark F f
Mordenti are sisters. I and. Mrs. p. R. [Rus- I
.' Jr. who were there Butler 38-23.: Virginia Ford was Plant Gallon.
Mr. and Mrs. Oather Queen and selll Redding. May and family of City. ILL. Onyoubuy.! J

daughters spent last weekend i from California. high scorer for both games. The,I Mr. jan'd Mrs.: Clifford Johns Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Warren .. .. r i

with Mrs. Queen's parent, Mr. ; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hagglundare girls will play at Orange Park and -daughter 'and""their guests and Lynn of Jacksonville were Prices Start at $2'gt, ..- $.VJ! Gal.
the parents of a boy born Friday. Jan. 13, and both boys Mrs.J. .
Sunday visitors of Mr.; and '
and Mrs. Edward Bleha. Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rigdon, all of '
Friday morning. Jan. 6. Maternal will play Baldwin l the EAA' iS
( :and girls E. Warren.
Bleha and Mrs. Queen spent Saturday Jacksonville; visited Sunday after-

with friends in Gainesville. I,grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. 14th.. noon with Mrs. John's parents, :Mr. Mrs. Ed Durban Richard Raymond "I'- MARY. : CARTER PAINT; STORE

t Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Bird'of Ila. [Bill Prescott and paternal grand- Mrs. E: C. [Ernie] Johns and ,. and Mr. and ,Mrs. W. L. :
and ------ --- -- -- *ASSES 501 N.W. 8th Avc.
Ga. were house guests of Rev. II parents are Mr. and Mrs. Carl TRINITY' EPISCOPAL, family. Durban and Denise were Saturday Qaincsville, Fla. FU 0-7588.

and Mrs. J. R. Smith ani familyall Hagglund Sr. CHCflCH.; ; HELRQ3RSundays Saturday visitor of Mrs. Amanda dinner guests of Mr. and. Mrs.' 'EII

Mr, and Mrs. Arno Teagon and -- 10 a. m.. Church I Frank Williams in Gainesville. .. ... .
last week. Mrs. Smith is the I Crosby was Mrs. Minnie Phillips I- ; t ;
Bird's niece. family of Columbus, Ga. and Mr. Scho l. 11:15: a.m., Morning Prayer of Live Oak.J. Mr. and Mrs. O. J' Boyett, anddaughter' -- t>.- J".1-i,,
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of the I and Mrs. Hershal Barington and and Sermon- (First Sunday White week of Valdosta, Gt. spent t-- i"UTHEMAICO
Rev. J. R Smith pastor B: visited Jast
First Baptist Church attended {I family of Alabama visited' Mr. Holy Communion). 6 p.m. Episcopal .with his1 sonand daushter-ln-law, Saturday night and Sunday with METHOD' -' Attention l Livestock ?Producers!

( the Baptist Evangelistic Confer- i' and Mrs. James"1* Price' Jr., and Young;; Ctturchmeffi.lioly ;Mr. and. *Mrs' : Bobby White and Mrs. Durban and'sons.Mr. J -
i family. recently. Days lo a. m. Holy and Mrs.- Bobbie Norman's
week in Jacksonville. i Brooksvflle. .
ence this children of If have ,
) hogs'
i or ..
I Mr. and Mrs John S- Rynd and that "
Communion.The \ all:happy to note J
L. C. friends are '
that Mrs. "
Glad to report
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert [children of Atlanta, Ga. visited I : cattle (0 sell now or-in -
H. Gerald.
Rev. Richard
Millard Brcyfpgle.Vicar. have a son :
Sunday I has recovered from her regent ...
entertained at dinner on Sapp -
\ Mrs. Rynd's Mr. and I ? the future please cori-i. :' J'I
I parents, I. Mrs. Susie Norman of Jackson- .. .
evening Jan. 8, honoring Mrs. Mrs. A. C. Spires. ; illness. I a feW' days with Mrs. I .. tact one ,of tfie buyers .
left vflle spent '
( McClellan
Edward visitor from I II Mrs. Janice '
Maguire. a : '
I Mrs. Sallie Wynn of Ocala is Norman during the week. 1 at Cooeland Sausage.CpmDany'and : .' ___
Baltimore. Other guests includedMr. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH i Tuesday evening for a two weeks I II :i Lula 'w"

and Mrs. H. L. Morgan Jr.,.1 visiting her daughter and son-in- MELROSE I vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Maxie i I I Weekend guests of Mrs. Norman : ( give !tfieman p4 : t
law Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Sapp. and Mrs. Lester: Spon- I :Vd, I << liyy .:
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bachmann" Sunday, 9:45:. a. m-, Church ':Reddish and daughter, Vickie i iI 1 1I I WAYS : !opportunity
:Mr. and Mrs. Thomas _
Shephard Mrs.
and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Conneen. i School for all ages. 11 a. m., I, Sue, of Long Beach, N. Y. ,holtz and daughter Mr. better hearing your l livestock.,t -
and family of Lake Butler spent of Jack enjoy
and children I
Mrs. Maguire is Mrs. Conneen's: Morning Worship. 6:30: p. m., I Mrs. Amanda Crosby's nephew,I I Carl Mosley' '
last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I OFFERS YOU
; mother. I Youth Fellowship. : Jake Parrish of Webster visited I sonville.
John Regan and family. GainesVille -
Wednesday, 7:30: ra., Bible'with her Monday. Mrs. Evelyn Norman BIG
p. i
: Mr..and Mrs. Millard C. Whaley Mr. and Mrs. Parker have mov- extended I spent several days with her I, I I 4, ADVANTAGES ..
is II
Study and Prayer Meeting. i Deepest sympathy -
and son,Carl Ray. from Jacksonville -' !'ed from the Perry house' to the i they took i
were visiting Mr. awl Mrs., :, Lee house' on, the' lake.Mrs.Ollie Rev. Ted"Springer! Pastoi. 'to'Rosier the who bereaved' departed'family this of life .Carl Fri-(her parents.home On and visited with her :.&: : 0 1. Cash' market every day. f

L. Beasley and family on Sat- '
M. Conar visited her I of the family. '
his parents, and other members commission. .
urday. i' daughter% and son-in-law Jlr. and .! y TTT.Y' day. Survivors include S 2. No : '

'Mrs. Claude Eaves. 'Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier daugh-of our ..... 9 y! !y' 3. Special' consideration given to' meat ;
community, his widow, one
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bradley of FiRMBy '

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Detroit, Mich. are* spending the Ii jler, two sons, two Funeral; grandchildren, 'was held, i.J.riFYE'T) \ : : f ._...... _. 1 type hogs -

J. R. Smith pastor, RalpJCcpeland winter t in the Cason cottage.I Mrs. p. E. Crosby I and five .sisters. Church .r- 1 4. Can\ furnish hauling. for sufficient
Heilbronn Baptist Service .
at Maico .
I Hearing .. .. .
Minister of Music and I Miss Dorothy Cato 'of Tallhas- I t ." t 4 '
AA ..AAAAA&AAAA, -::--- -&--.-&-& !I Monday a r oonat'2 p. m., with! tBy Geraldine. Fender..., 3JR. B. C PAULK, quantities.
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"Rev, Luther A. McGee
the pastor
Coming Social i Hearing: Aid Consultant from '
I Events j conducting the service. Interment' VA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAWe i
'I HO 2-3011
The Home Demonstration Club' was at Evergreen Cemetery atv the glad to have p .v. Alton 319 Professional Bldg. i .
: 41D will meet'at 2 Tuesday were :
Oidsmobile p. m. Jan.
The deceased nephews -
I State Farm. Dobbs, of Berlin 0 CLAJJDE PHII.LIRSTHKRON? .. HUDSON
17; at the home of"Mrs.' fOeWitt ; pastor Jfew Jacksonville 2.. Ifawnill be in
served as! paiIearerS.VVVYVVVVvY
Sinclair.. : Theme of the meeting Baptist Church in Jacksonville; Starke Monday, Jan 16th. from j o PRESTON POLK I

AUTHORIZED will be an easy way to meal plan .T. .. WW Y conduct the Sunday services In 9 A. 31 to 1 P :)t: at KOCH'S
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ning. All ladies .J'" J. f DRUG, STORE. Will be in Keystone
of the farm are theabsence of Rev. W: E: Hall, ;

SALES e PARTS *,, SERVICE. invited to attend. U1HYBy \ : Who was at the bedside of his Heights'' from 2,to i 5 P. 31at C'opeand
.. Tuesday night, Jan. 24, Mrs. sick wife in Billiard. We all wish BELOTiSREXALL DRUGS.

Our Is and Mode Sinclair will be hostess at a house- her a; speedy'recoVery.' Come in'for' a free- hearing test!
Shop Complete fit ware demonstration party at 7:30: I Enza, .Blanchard# .. Visiting the church Sunday and'deraonstratbrt.: No obligation::1., SAUSAGE COMPANY 0 ALACHUA, FLORIDA.

o'clock. Joint hostesses for the 1. ......."' yY"'YW were Rev. and Mrs. Alton Dbbbs Get the best; get' 3IAICO. I

D A D E D T CIV CHEVROLET AD evening will be Mrs. Jim Harden'! ,In't';; r of Jacksonville, Wallace'Griggs'of I.. -- "" .,." ... -
forget to come to Red .. I.s
U ft K 1 1 iit
D J OLDSMqBIfGreen and Mrs. Thelma Caddell. Cross First Aid Class each Monday Lake'Butler, Kirby Callahan and .: :;:::::: :::: : :::t::. .
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Cove Springs Ph. 3033 Community Club children of' Miami, .and"Mr. an4 r'
at i ni. at the school. I : t Mf ltffi
t The p. I ;;.,..,'.'..$:" :" >.: : ":.: .;., _
'. Community Club held its The W nan's' Society of Christian I Mrs. Clough of Gainesville. 'y" "". .".' >.XX".\ ',*',",,"V'k.;,' .f...'..."').. __
regular monthly meeting last 'J' About 50( of our young people :
t .Service met .with. Mrs. Paul j I .. ..
Tuesday afternoon in the club attended the1 Heart. of. Florida .
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t hou s Plans' were made at this!I Dinki Tuesday; night. Mrs.. Youth Fellowship meeting. at tbi E i ,)
George W. Roberts, led tto .$devotional ,
time for a Valentine party to bet 1 1held"at' Magnolia Baptist Church In. \ '' I 4)z444&:; :, :.
-I- and presented an in-, 1 r' '. ; $ '.. .';-t. :.; :..:: ,
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6' p. m. Tuesday, Feb. 14.1; Brandford last Friday night. t *Y'':<'{ f"f 'f' :1.;

I. at the club. The party will con- j I Mr. and Mrs. J. W McRae- and '.. ::; : :: : :

S l : ,sist lowed of by a covered games.-- Hostesses dish supper" at, this fol- by cording attorney the claimant to or law.Deeemlier it .will- his become agent void or ao his 'Mrs.Mrs. H.T. M.?4; McRae Norman visited last Sunday Mr. an; <};[ -V.'I::,.:,.:;:::. ::::!:i ;it: f:; fr'. :>.i;( .; p

k I meeting'' were Mrs. Cora" Dugger I J. Kftc.Administrator.30, 1960.L. also Mr. and'Mrs.1: Bob Taylor and. !' :+"41.lttw:4... .%, (1 ? '" ,i$ .
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V1 ; .

: I and'Mrs.Personals. Millie Hitchcock. I Lester Kite deceased of the Estate of children Mr. and1 oif Mrs.'Raiford..Earl: Goodman of :' : l:.' \:: ':; ;\\i ;:::11' tf;:;; '>;': ':;J':1f E: : .

First :
publication on January 5, > ..! .
.. I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cannon and i I 1961. SlaVke v.'Pre' l luncheon, 'guests of "" ", .. 1.1tt6,; : tf. fij.. ;" :j .' .

; daughter, Charlotte, arid Mrs.Cannon's I,I Hii; : 1-5 it 1-6 "'.:<. ;; 't..'" 13'I, ;.. i..:. +;:":";'i.':'::,"'."<:. .::'!';:t., '";'. r ,
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1 mother, Grannie Hings-i; .''m... '. : '
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ton were visiting: relatives In Live : :
You Wouldn'tBUY
: 'Oak last Saturday. Mi I : ..
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Marton .
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celebrated their birthdays last .kp. z. '

: Friday and Saturday. Friday night ,. ? -

they were dinner' guests of his .- .4 .'ic.*;. ; ..., .

p parents.: Mr. and Mrs. Alex Mar- .
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.. tan in Green Cove- Springs. Saturday R//j05 :. .
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:guests of'the Marions were .

,aI &) Mr. Marlon's brother and sister-

ja., .. i! in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Marton, -, J
iii I and her'sister, Miss Jodie Ward, ,, (, -- I
... ; 'of Jacksonville.Mr. -- I........._.l T .j -,....1: i.. R .L ,

i and Mrs. H. E. Gamble ( .. ,

I 4 Blindfolded. !: t have his parents Mr. and Mrs. VARIUNir fiAt !$6P.

L__. ei p
--- !Gamble of Live Oak., as. guests .

4 this week.Mrs. .. ef t _-_, ,E '.- _, ,

:.. r Lyle Buck in and babyof Outside Whffe

Don't Choose Your r"Mtl.al/ I Jacksonville$ ; spenFth? weekend ,
with her Mr. and Mrs.

S BLINDFOLDED_EiShdf f I H M 'RJcharde-parents : 'GAL : -' .95 S : .. /pI"/ q'HllieJlfJirifj'lJlld; ; !! : EWl J/IY'
We sincere $ ,
.. J.. 'I.., .. ;4000.... express our. sympa- TIJNGTEX' ] c :
to Mitchell ifi
,., tfU\Qck&t&>&g&&C&aB& thy 'Buford the loss
fill tjff ,
1 S of hi$ father Who died, last weekat If YPUl.1igflts: dipa when applianc CONVENIENT because you can use several electrical ,

". figures. COMPARE financing pbos fastfKifai'tSy f MIa 1 I the home of Mr. Mlt heJl. ?$ start, O!' your TV picture appliances where and when you waptthflfrr.* \

car rallies. See for yoursetf.'_ ataso fata <. Henry Richarde: returned to Inside Of Outside i :. shrinks, and fust often blow, andarrange your furnishings and lamps as you'' :' ,
| ... >'f' t: f .. A f -- Annapolii'NaVal Academy recently : I : your home- duttere4 with.ex- wish-, and always. find an outlet handy.EFICJENT .. .
bank will save time and mooqifNo : Mq4niWRik tetuion corda what heed'i5 '
this you. after spending the holidays you .
-* -- ------ :-::-_ r .j'with his parents Mr. and.1.lrs. HiMV ,. ,. S full ipusepower!And that mean*' -beppo l Bte and'appHancw: d' ; \

--- Richarde1. t S 12OOamp< f l lectric service,with, get their rightful ghare electrical energy.Light
_. co uken art itqalrtJj&ar far Charles Anderson* a law student .' .. : the fight pize i wires leading'into' will be' brighter; Appliances.-'such''af toaster; I

( ; if yet*, ccUattrat," .. 'fLdatu I If at the University' of"Wa.shington. Q di'trona.Y ckdJ1! your, house, and plenty'tt ckcuiU roaster wafife iioa-wiH. heat-up properly aid.pre .
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; has' retiirrietf\ td schoel aftersduig f' S outjet* and switches. YEt t19U1i .

are made fl1iIh&21 bossfy th.e holidays' with his .... ': full) fyousepQwer U your power to ,

? "**' parents Mrand, Mrs. Henry Anderson See !! ,: Live, Better; Electricafly to d ECONOMICAL- .Because'yon wDTfo aUe to h> '

Youayes4flcreiM., .::S aiad tomorrow.. FJ1IrH Wec' stall njajot dectticat.pm nt 1Pilitet J :':' 'k

.t. _- -.. ..' UsForOOMPtDf :Stakes. ..... your. liom'e., .e' with<..4 .., Uttls-" ..tSTCYpUR or.- DO_'w-additioBil- .. ..'f1J1J3C. .

qmcJ.Tjmd: i g ( the complete staff.**. it means money iapocked" \ 5- '1'f.. : ELECTCALWIRIN3 CONTRACTOR FOR A' Ei-CHECK.UP'ttOw;. ,
I In ("OUlltJutlA''' ( sour J'ur' Dradrerel ConmtT. Florida. : ', -, <... .,.,,' -' ,(
In re: Estate of Lester Kite. de- -
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I Alt XOTICE creditors TO of CRlmITOJts.the etat of .

Community' Sfate ffimfr of' Starfe fcf notlfird Usr Kite.an.
claims or demand? which they may .' "

Member Federal Deposits, Insurance Corporation. have fiiof against tbe county said estate Judge in of the Brad-of- -" .0:0- ,' .'-" .-4 -- ) 1. ..Ji'-.....,.. i ....$If..! ,. "" 11'0,. -' :. ij. ,'...f!!.'.'

ford )unty. Florida.- within eight ".,.,

L Phone WO 4-9881 calendar the first months publication from of'the this date nolle of STARKE BUILDERS: $ P1S .r I f4 l& LI.QT. : COMPANY

,"Thank You For !Banking! With Our Bank } writingand Earh'cUim or D111'de1l'lJtnd'muICt"' srate tte place be o in< 'r Phone' O1.4 Q" 1afk.r. f.lJ.r ; S ff fllJ.! /4't.w ; ;! \

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Alvarez Store began at the crossroads which is .. buying I overshot my mark for the first time
now Starke. Very few, If any, stores are older in. in many years and now find that I hare too many
this entire area. No one will teny our claim of I IN OVER 1/2 CENtURY foods and. not enough money or room. So this
giving satisfaction with every purchase. Merchandise sale is a MUST!
you appreciate goods with a.reputation that I have employed a :Merchandise Expert whose
duties will be: SELL MAKE ROOM and RAISE
we gladly stand behind, and proudly guarantee.
CASH. Disregard what it cost or should sell for-
Merchandise you can buy with confidence and CUT THE PRICE and display. Forget Brand
wear with pride. 67 Names or Quality .
:And now at this, our 67th :Mile Post 8 f business t .
we bring to you this Greatest Merchandising Event .
So please this invitation to
now accept as an
in all our long history of business in Starke. Hence, :$: ,
share in the GREAT SAVINGS you will find displayed -
j to you our Regular Customers and you the Once-
< during this Tremendous
aWhile Customers and you who are not now
our customers WE URGE-REQUEST-INVITE U- Sales Event.
you advantage of the Biggest Val-
ues in the greatest sale in over Half a Century! -W. H. GRAHAM.
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Boy's Long Sleeve i STAY; WARM: MEN'S

o SPORT SHIRTSFlannels r Ribbed i ',Long..} ..Johns' 0


And,, Quilt.. Line' cloth and Corduroys 94. s NATIONALLY
A Beaut if ul1 Assortment '-
.Zipper Jackets t of: Colors f 1, \\_ J : 94" DRESS SHIRTS
: Sizek 2 tcf 20 : ----- 1.99 EA tf.AR

3HQ1ILD! SELL FOR 7.95 2 SUITS FOR .* Up For To MEN 4.95 NOW

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4 SWHT SHIRTS : BUTTON OR' CRAZY Men's Winter\ : Weight 4 -

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For Dress 9.95; Value 't\\\J\t su 31j1g. : SOCKS. : ,KHAKIGREENGREY

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7:30, 8:00 & 9:00 BUTTONSHAVE I 9:30 10:00 11:00 OOfr mf-
Flannel and Bring Your Buttons FUN: Bring Your Buttons = L Special Lot groketi'S3caMEN'S '
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v Black-Brown Loafers-Plain Toe.and TULANE SHIRTS EXPANSO BELTS S .2 for.$65. 94
Low Work Shoes "
JOHN B.: STETSON BOTANY TIESINTERWOVEN 1 Broken Range Men's .Corduroy &,
; I : t Flannel Values
Men's Crosby Square } HATS HUBBARDPANTS :
12.95 to 13.95
Look For Signs-67th Anniversary I : Men's Regular 24.93 '
Men's Regular Stock Florsheim

SHOES 1594 ., ALVAREZMen's \ .SAVE.. .$10... ,PAIR.. .
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During This Sale The Purpose Is To Store. Every Customer Has The Right To
Raise. Money And At These Low .
Black-Brown Sizes; 13 to 3 Re, ,?.' 3.95 SMALL; FRY & YOUNG BUTTONS f Return Any Merchandise\ for Exchange
Pricey Everything.. Will Be _. __ BUT NO REFUNDS,
CASH: QftLY,, PLEASE;!. ',"___ __ __ ,_ __" :;I- The' House- That Time Built 0 3 U-1(- 14 W Call St., .-. __ __ ', '._.... .'. _'J .' ,',. PLEASE!

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YY.YY YTY..YYYY .1f Y9YYYYYYYYY YYYyyyyy.# flowers, to the .
Beckett-James: y VyVYyVYyYyyyyyyyyyvy his ,aunt Mrs. Jessie Chastain. and Mrs. Earl Green Wednesday der which I Ml e case'. Ii btiel8ltf
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I Funeral Home in Newark. The Mrs. Chastain and the Carlton night Lewis Leaves at SOS Prownle St, Starke Bro1l"'Jllur Florid:
funeral held I Pauline SisttUAka
was on Tuesday. Due I
HAMPTON Chastains of Starke spent Christ- Mrs. Lloyd Mrs. Earl r Florida. 801e.
Woodland Starke.
and cold weather Mrs.: 'Of
in 4&1'
.mas Lake City with relatives. Green accompanied Linda Greenback Hospital Board Dated the :8Oa cdtor
Paul was unable to attend. She Mr. and i.\. D. UU a.f Starker B;
Mrs. W.
Ozftra SheU ,has received other By BIrs. D. E. HillAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAA D. Simmonsof to Florida Southern College : I County. F1Qrld. .
expressionsand Starke and their son.and in I Lakeland last week. also'I I Ovid G. Lewis .., .UH. 11!
......... .... . ... __._,.. .. .. .. .... .. cards from individual faculty daughter moved into the Chastain They announced Monday ,
----- -- -------------- visited Mrs. Bernice Fletcher. that he was from '
members for which she is deeply I resigning I. The CUt.u-t'.t.f Tfc* EI..t.
Two Weeks Vacation done while alive We dont seem grateful. Council Passes Utility house on Navarre Ave. last, week. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Markey were I the Bradford County Hospital Judicial Clfealt.Of' 1J"I.rill" b
Tax Ordinance Mrs. Ina Knight was in Jacksonville in Gainesville Aid Far Braar.rA C..tT.
wt Week Lake Butler and I Board of Trustees effective 1m- "
After two weeks vacation the to realize that mayble they would King And Queen Contest Saturday. I. CIa..ery 'f.
The king The utility tax ordinance Starke on business Tuesday. mediately. He said that he was No. 1+.9l1
news resumes for our which have lived little and queen contest for had Mr. and Mrs. .
group a longer had we its final Larry Singletonand Club News accepting a position that would Rodney Hull Waterman
the little tots reading at the
and pre-school children meetingof Defend-
we hope will be informationaland given them a bouquet while they will close on Jan. 20. All the Hampton City Council family and Mr. and Mrs. The Brooker Garden Club will make it difficult for him to attend v ant.*. Julie Irene Waterman
helpful. This we know: Pub- could smell the sweet fragranceor are asked to help the children Tuesday evening Jan. 3, at the Gary Singleton and family of Ft. meet Thursday night at 7:30: with meetings of the board reg- NOTICE OF SUIT Round

lisher Matthews agrees that "thisIs could have helped them along get out the votes. Watch next town hall, was passed and goes Myers Mrs.were Nita weekend visitors herewith a covered dish supper. They want ularly. An appointment to fill the Hill To:Road Julie, Greenwich Irene Waterman., c DJ't'tI lcut, .

a worthwhile service to the the way with a pat on the backor I week's paper for a more complete into effect on Hhe next month's Johnson last week. to welcome all old members and remaining year of his term will you are hereby notified .that.
colored citizens of the commun- a word of encouragement.When account of the program dominating utility bills. Mr. and Mrs- Robert Barksdaleand invite all who are interested:: in be made by the Governor. complaint against you for br divorce Rodney ha Hull* been Waterman filed-

ity." This is one of the sourcesof they have passed on they this contest. Council suggested that all citizens family of Starke and Mr. and joining to attend also. The meeting Announcement of the appoint- In the above named court and

Information as to what is go- cannot hear the fine things we : Church News remove trash and unnecessary bars. J. W. Horne Jr. of Midlakewere will be held at the Community ment of Julian E. McRae of you hereby of are required other to lead
: answer or
for copy your :
ing on in our group. This we say or smell the beautiful flowerswe Free Canaan Church of God In litter from yards to make present a family dinnerat Center. Starke to succeed S. E. Sparkson (ing to said complaint: on the Plaintiffs
seek: more cooperation from the place on their casket. He will Unity, Elder Sampson White, the city more attractive. They also the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. The regular monthly meeting the board was made in Tallahassee attorneys. underlined and to
W. Horne file the orijfinarof your answer or
reporters of churches schools be( missed. His last large tangible pastor will hold regular services discussed lengthy parking on, the ides' Sunday to celebrate of the Home Demonstration Club l Tuesday by Gov. Farris other pleading In the office the
fraternal organizations social contribution was a large electric on Sunday starting: with Sunday streets, and the problem of street Home's birthday Friday,, was held last Wednesday after- Bryant. Sparks' term expired Clerk of Mid Court on or before
Jan. 6. February 6. n81, failing which a
clubs and businesses. We would window fan for the church. School. Mrs. Fannie Robinson congestion at the postoffice. Be noon with the president. Mrs. T. Jan. 4.McRae. decree pro confesso will be taken.
like to organize a "Press Club" Resigns As Presidents 'mother of Mrs.; White is in the cause of parking on both sides of W. P. McElroy, pastor of Hampton W. Markey, in charge. The Home is a local insurance man against you.

that would include all reporters Ethel Young resigned as 'J. Hillis Miller Medical Center in the street there through traffic the Baptist Church is attending Demonstration Agent. Miss Dorothy and was active in the county organization luted 30 in, 1960lOFF1C1.3L Starke. Florida, this! December

and persons interested in news- president of the Fiesta Club at a Gainesville for* treatment. We'wish has difficulty getting past. No definite Florida Baptist conference on Ross gave demonstrations on for Bryant during the SEAL)

paper work and journalism. This called meeting on Monday Jan. 2. I' ; for her a speedy recovery. action was taken. evangelism in Jacksonville on planning meals. Mrs. Dave Green gubernatorial campaign last CHARLES Clerk. of the A. Circuit DARBY Court

we believe: There are perrons in She has served efficiently and ef- The funeral of J. T. Harm, cousin Under old business of the council Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thurs served refreshments to the members spring.. Bradford: County Florida
this community that can* make fectively during the past it was day this week.BROOKER. after the meeting.Methodist By :Marian L. Crosby
year. of the Whites, was held in reported that the RR of Chapter 20.95J. Laws of Flffrldt. Deputy Clerk
good reporters and even editors Vice-president Clarence DeSue is crossing had been Arts of 1941, will with the TENCH &
Daytona Beach Tuesday.. He was repaired. The n.n............. register REYNOLDS
if they are trained. "" Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and Post Office ttox 4(8
properly Thiswe asking all members to be present killed in an automobile accident.t. road and bridge tax in the amountof Church for Bradford County upon proof of 115 South Main Street
challenge: All interested per- on the last Saturday in Januaryat Mt. Nebo Baptist Church $514.93 was received. I publication of this notice the fictl Gainesville. Florida.
sons to meet in room No. 15 at Wateroak School for the election Rev. G. B. Burgman pastor wAll Christian Church Hears Schedule for week of Jan. 15 tlous name of BLUE TAVERN un tU 1>2Tkatt <

RJE. Tuesday Jan. 17. at 7 p. m.i of new officers for 1961. host to the Fellowship Union thatwas College Representative [Victory Rally Day]: ,

for just one hour. You will be I members are asked to be present organized over two years ago.j Prof. David Sizemore of Atlanta By Shirley Green Sunday Methodist Men's
thrilled to know that you can i Host and hostesses will be Mr. Christian College Club breakfast special Our Butlntu

Her. Sampson' White is the president Ga., .&. &.&.& &..&&. program
write a newspaper article in one and Mrs. William Holland. Drive Mrs. >E. Dean secretary and was guest speaker at the Hamptonis .A 8:30: a. m. Church School. 9:45: a. U It'e Glam We. BAT* ill!

sentence. We will be looking for for new members will be discussed Mrs. S. Prince treasurer. The Christian Church Sunday. Jan. Mrs. Alice Kelley of Tampa Is m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. CALL WRITE or VISIT
you. All churches in the county, at this meeting. The meetingwill member churches are: Bethlehem 8. Covered dish dinner was servedat visiting Mrs. Rosa Kelley this Snack Supper for MYF 6 p. m.

clubs social groups fraternal organizations begin at 8 p. m. All members I Freewill Baptist Free Canaan the town hall following the week.Mr. Youth Meetings 6:30: p. m. Youth

are asked to select and I are asked to be on time. Church of God In Unity Mt. Nebo morning worship service. and Mrs. J. D. Douglas of Choir rehearsal 7 p. m. Evening Joe Peters. Class Co

appoint reporters to keep the Carnation Social Club Baptist and St. James Church Speaking at both morning and Lake Butler were the Sunday din Worship, 7:30: p. m.

f general public informed of your President Brooks is asking all of: God In Unity. The union is evening services Prof. Sizemoretold ner guests of Mrs. W. T. Blair Tuesday Mission Study FOR ANY GLASS NEED

activities. The commercial aspects members planning to renewmembership still open for membership to other the church here of the workof and Billy and Mrs. W.: L. Douglas. course given by WSCS, 10'' a. m., We Design M"ft.t: *_??**

include: Cards of thanks: $2 per In 1961 to be present churches.] Over $38 was raised and the school, which is sponsoredby Miss Linda Green of Florida 'to be followed by covered dish Just Mil! Us A P>t( ra; for

square inch; in memoriazns $2; at the Reno Theatre on Monday left with Mt. Nebo. The meetingis the Christian Church in thesouth. I Southern College Lakeland was luncheon and short business ses Table N

commercial adv. $2 and up, or 35c Jan. 16. at 8 p. m. Business of held each second Sunday at 3 Four students accoirpaniec home with her parents Mr. and I Tcp .
per line. Personal mentions of out vital importance for the new year p. m. A very rich program w Prof. Sizemore and presented Mrs. G. E. Green for the weekend sion.Wednesday Family Night 1313 N.W. 4th P:. UalneSYilte Ffc. Phone F !. t-4853

of county persons may not be must be transacted-Mrs. AlmaR. presented, led by Elaine Pinion |special music for services duringthe i supper In Fellowship Hall 7 p. ,

considered as news-Staff 1 epor t- Jenkins! reporter. and others. The sermon was delivered day. Carl Clark:pastor of the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sievers and 'm. Special program planred by

er. Basketball Highlights 1; by Rev. White. RPmarkswere ]Hampton church, 1 is a graduate of family were weekend guests oi Mrs. Sewell chairman of Mission .,- .
Thurston School News RJE Junior Tigers and Tiger- made by'Mrs. Janie Mitchell, Atlanta Christian College. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hodges.Mr. ary Education and Service. SERVIC

Mrs- S. C. Price teacher wishesto ettes were defeated by C. C. Anderson who thanked the organization for Shannon Cox Marks and Mrs. W. E. Bigham. Thursday Prayer Group

thank the grocery stores in the Junior High School in Law- their'donation during her illness. Seventh Birthday Jr. and son, Billy, Mr. and Mrs.IJoyd meets in Fellowship Hall 9:30: a.

Starke community for fruits.vegetables. t tey last Thursday night. The e She emphasized the importanceof Shannon Cox, daughter of Mr.: Wood, and Ed Wood of m. Chancel Choir rehearsal 7:30:

and meats during th winning team shows great promised "Education" by saying in summary and Mrs. C. R. Cox, celebratedher lakeland were weekend guests of p. m. Cub Scout Pack meeting in 1iUI

Christmas season that enabled i a feeder for RJE High in the "ignorance makes us slavesbut seventh birthday last week Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Guest and Fellowship Hall, 7:30: p. m.

them to fill nine boxes and distribute i near future. They played like real education sets us free.: She with a small party at their home, family in Nashville Ga.

to needy families in champions. These girls and boys closed with a beautiful poem "My on Monday, Jan. 2. Games ail Mr. and Mrs. Alan Land and At The Tabernacle ,

Lincoln City. Many thanks to all j are coached by Miss D. B. Spear Friend" that brought much applause gifts marked the occasion with daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam TfI-r- 1

patrons who also donated groi i man and Jessie J. Moore. Jr. Miss from the group. Don't forget refreshments served to the children Crutchfield and Butch of Gainesville Rev. W .R. [Bobby] Crews who SALES < '

ceries. May your new year be Spearman is experiencing her regular service on Sunday and adults present. were Sunday guests of Mr.[ with his family was a guest of ,

prosperous and successful. HappyNew second year with the team and is starting with Sunday School at ; Youth Club Meets and Mrs. Lloyd Barry. relatives for a few days brought .- SERVICE

Year to everyone! Mrs. Price: II doing a very fine job. She is a 9:45: a. m. Supt. Ruth Sanders in Hampton Youth Club organized Mr. and Mrs. Alex Williams andson a fine message at the Gospel Ta I

has the distinction of winningfour former stellar player at Bunnell
first prizes and two' secondprizes I and St. Augustine. i direction of Mrs. Ruby Fisher. night Jan. 5 at town hall: weekend guests of Mr. and Mr With Mrs. Crews at the piano he ROViCTOR !
for the Christmas lIl.1i
ghtingj i j Completes Internship ]Holy Communion will be administered discussing future plans and pro Dave Green. also sang a special vocal number. c
decorations in Gainesville. During i i Miss Betty Jean Jenkins. eldest jects.
by the pastor-Staff re- j Terrel Green of Mr. and Mrs. Crews left Mon SERVICE ONs.u.r.s
the ,,
1960 she was again the first)i daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Al- Officers of the club which University STEREO, RADIO WOodland,
porter. of day for
Florida Trinity Bible
in College in
'choice for her group. The winnerstated ,phonso Jenkins, Sr., has recently 'meets other Gainesville was &: REPAIRS 4-69O1 ALL MAKES
Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church.Rev. every Thursday are: home for the weekend with Clearwater where they will be
that all the decorationswere completed her internship atC Excelsior L. A. Sampson pastor will!Alethia Williams, president; Don parents. Mr. and his stationed for the next few months. I'I -- --
very beautiful.Mrs.. S. Elementary School. St. Brandeis vice Mrs. Roy Green.Mr. ; :
,hold regular pastoral day on Sunday president; NancyZacek ( WINK
Price, reporter Augustine. According to Principal beginning with 6undaySchool secretary; and LorettaChilds and Mrs. Frank Tinney and OTICE OF INTENTION TO SHEPHERD &
laid To Rest sons of Gainesville | REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
Solomon Calhoun. Betty is ready at 10 a. m. with Supt. Fannie : treasurer. Meetings will be visited Mr. ,J Notice! is hereby given that the CREEHOOMEIt. . tIt I. tAJl". STAEUL
Deacon Isaac Walker of New to teach. While she is becomingcertified B. Frazier hi charge. 11 a. m. postponed during the school examperiod. undersigned: under the provisions ; -
Bethel Baptist Church was f uneralized she plans to take additional ni R =
and 6 -
p m. services will be conducted : : l
Sunday at 3 p. m. He, was courses in physical edu- by the pastor. At 3 p. m. Present at last week's meeting J

the father of Mrs. Mary Mumford. tation so that she may qualify as Rev. 1,. McKay, choir and members were Don Brandeis. Homt Bry .'
formerly of Lincoln City. So few I'i a teacher in two fields. of Bethlehem Freewill Baptist tint Ralph Williams, Nancy .

of us are willing to give praise or Funel'31izl"d In New Jersey Church will render services.; Zacek Buford Parker, Brenda FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE

recognition to a person when they f Mrs. A. T. Paul recently mournne All friends and members are invited Lott Frances Lott, Steve Varnum. ... ,

do.a good job or have made son i ed the loss of her oldest brother to attend. The Choir Union, Loretta Childs and Mrs. F. P. .. ., ')''
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outstanding contribution in life. ..the late Adam Marion Dinkins. a composition of Allen Chapel, Lott. STARKE, FLORIDA : .
But when we pass on we turn out> i He has lived in Newark N. J. for' Mt. Pisgah and Mt. Zion will PersonalsMr. .

in large numbers to pay our last I more than a quarter of a century will meet at Lawtey at 3 c'cl Mr. and Mrs. Rothelle Jones STATEMENT OF CONDITION .

respects we shower them with He was born in Sumter. S. C. In p. m. All members and friends are and daughter spent three days r

expensive flowers and take longh expressing sympathy for Mrs.ey invited to attend. Junior Churchmeeting last week in Titusville visiting Condensed .
urs to tell how wonderful th Mildred Paul and family the each Monday at 5 p. m. with Mrs. Jones' sister and family. Report to Comptroller .

were and the good work they had Bradford County Teachers wired Girl Scouts meet each Thursdayat ; .... .. -

3:30: p. m., RJE room 22.E.J. Carl Andrews of Winter Haven December 31, 1960 '. .
Givens reporter. visited here last weekend with :'., ; ;
t Ebenezer Baptist Char'Rev. .- ../:: ". .>..

E. D. Robinson pastor held attend. Come and see the junior I :a .

communion service on the first Tigers of Bradford County in ac- Resources' : ; '
wY Sunday and will commune again tion. They have the making of ".. ; .' ...
4 Sunday. During the holidays Mr. championship teams in "Class ,;',-' ; .. .j :. .
MILKgal92c and Mrs. William Albert and family CC" of the Interscholastic Athletic Loans and Discounts :
of Lawton Okla. visited relatives ; Association. C. C. Anderson : 1,543,969.47

L and friends. Many other principal D. B. Richardson reporter Banking House Furniture : ;:' '
visitors were from Miami and & Fixtures' .. ; + 1 i oiS:19: ;

Gainesville. The Federation of Thurston PTA Meet Other Real '. i.
Estate ,
Owned '
Churches that include Antioch On Monday night the first PTA .; 36,600,00()
Ebenezer and Pleasant Grove meeting for 1961 was held at 7:30p. I
Baptist Churches will be held in m, called to order by the vice Prepaid Expenses : 369.83
:. : :
Keystone Heights on the foul president Mrs. Essie Perdue.

: Eggs Bread Sunday afternoon at 3 p. .rthm. : After an impressive devotion the Accrued Interest & Income Receivable 29,466.30 :. :.r:: :r' ..
President Robinson is asking all I house was opened for business. .

Ice Cream members to attend and personswishing Refreshments were served courtesy U. S. Government Securities 1,932,968.09 ,,/ ..J. .i .
to join.Mrs.. Ranell of the Principal. Mrs. S. C. :;:

hodt.fwlofh{ olth Cottage Cheese Anderson English reporter.Junior High the Price.school The has Relief given Committee much help of Florida County and Municipal Bonds 355,678.32 ....::1. :.. .}

is o doiry diet The regular monthly meetingof to the grandchildren of MI s. Liz Other State and Municipal Bonds :

Smarttn up,foldtB Orange Juice the PTA was held with Linwood zie Wilson in Lincoln City. A cash 138,943.31 _' ;:
Crawford presiding. After donation of $14 will be presentedto Cash ':: .
tun to try if. on Hand and Due from Banks
devotion a report was made by them this week. During the 204,037.02 .2,661,093.04

the committee on attendance. holiday season President Louiza

Many parents have been contacted Brown collected donation amount TOTAL ,.4,254,048,03;

1 t 1 and the responses have been ing to $18 for this family that was ,. '. .,
Members of this committee deserted by their .
very good. mother. Dr. .' .. ,
em# are Walter Perkins. Cephus Florence Jennings purchased 8 -<;:- : .. .t- .
Johnson Linwood Crawford and pairs of shoes for these childrenand ::. Liabilities : I
mm m w m Jessie J. Moore. Sr. On January the Red Cross has donated 'e:,.' ., ;
16 8 p. m. Anderson Jr. High will some clothing. Mrs. Price wishes : .. ,.._ .. / .! ,I
play Bryant Academy of Yulee. to thank all officers and membersof Capital Stock : 150,000.00 '.. .i y
The general public is invited toM the PTA for contributions madeto : "

this needy family. May the Surplus ", _.' '250,000.00 ; : .:";" .i :f t: .: .
Lord continue i :
to bless all of you. : ; ,
-Mrs. S- C. Price reporter. Undivided Profits ,
40,045.30 i i
Citizens CommitteeThe ,' ,
regular meeting of the Reserve for ...
Contingencies :.
e n { Citizens Committee For the Bet :: 140849.29 ..580,894.59
: >I : terment of Youth was held at RJE Reserve for Tars ': ." ..
Etc .
: with Principal Eddie Thompkinshi 46,095.93

JOIN NOW :. charge. The guest speaker for
Interest .
: ; the evening was Rev. Van Deven- & Income Collected, Not Earned .: 39,651.65

; ter minister of the Presbyterian
PLAY Deposits \ .
LATER Church: He talked on the mport- 3587405.86
ance of moral and spiritual values!

that will be involved in a wet-dry TOTAL 4254,048.03FLORIDA
referendum in Bradford County in ;

BOWLING TEAMS, ARE BEING FORMED the near future. He is encouraging ,

status-quo on this issue. He attributes

much of the juvenile delinquency j-
CONTACT to the delinquency of

BOB parents by too much participationhi
BENNER City Recreation Director
alcoholic beverages which is a {
form of narcoticsPresident :
Phone WO 4-7441
-- Thompkins thanked Rev VanDe-

venter heartily for his rich contribution .

the 4 Game, to this meeting! The .BJ\.NKuAI.S'I'I I : 1 RK

Bowlero's the Name. next regular meeting will be held ..... .- . -.j
on Feb. 6 in the cafetorium _of .

members are asked to attend." :: I

Staff reporter. ...
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