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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 19, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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The year 1961 is doubly significant On Nov. 28 of that fateful James M. Baker who '
year. served as a i Bradford. 1st Regiment Florida Richard who _
served with consid-
for Bradford County :the Florida House of hastily constructed vats to run point county commissioners, school i1r' :
of the
Representatives judge fourth judiciary dis- Volunteers. He I
at the
felt head of erable distinction. ?
off :
Not only does it mark the start passed Chapter 1.300 I No.. : trict. his their valuable resin into a board members, and other officials -
Company in the first engagement The county was fortunate in I
of nearby pond. After the .
Union
a four-year observance of the 43] Laws of 1861, changing the New River County had been
with the
Civil War Centennial but it also enemy. Capt. Brad- that no battle was actually fought soldiers left, finding nothing of Bradford had a Negro
name of New River County to !created on Dec. 21. 1858 by parti- ford county
was brave
just generous here the only "depredation by value, the
marks the Centennial of Bradford resin, which floated on commissioner"Sheriff'
Bradford County in memory of tion from a part of old Columbia Blye -
and enlightened, and his
native Yankee soldiers"
being the burn- the
,' County. the late surface of the pond, was easily from the western part of the
Captain Richard Brad- County which was created In State upon whose soil he fell and ing of a turpentine still at Sax- salvaged by the _
Historians tell us that scattered :ford, first Florida officer killed in 1832 before Florida was admittedto whose cause has been consecratedwith ton [then settlement quickthinkingnatives. county. At one time when fundsin
a between .
shots were fired at the Union :: the war who fell in the Battle of the Union in 1845, The mother his blood will the county treasury were run-
steamer "Star of the West" in ,'i long delightto Starke and Lawtey, together After four bloody and heart- ning especially low (
Santa Rosa Island. of all. of course, was a not uncommon -
expansive honor
the
I I memory of a.son. with several hundred barrels of
South Carolina waters rending years-on a fateful Palm I
complaint
;/ as early as The legislative act was passed Alachua County which and the Com-
embraced whose short
career has shed lustre resin. The melted resin is said to
Jan. 9. 1861, but April is the Sunday. April 186S-the gallantbut mission continued
: to bills
:t by the State Senate on Dec. 5. this entire area in territorial days. upon her arms and whose fate. have approve
covered of
month usually associated with the and became nearly an acre vastly outnumbered Army of for payment the old darkey took
law
a with the In official
an of
approval report
the Bat- she "
: laments
as a public calamity. ground, and traces of it could still
Northern
actual outbreak when Fort,i of the Governor on Dec. 6, tle of Santa Rosa Island, Oct. 9 I' Virginia surrendered to the floor and said.. "Mr. Chair-
l.l.ar's The war brought hardships and be seen 50 years later. the Union forces at .,-- .' -
was fired upon. That is I)11861., ((1861, Col. J. Patton Anderson suffering to the people of this Yankee raiders were thwartedon Appomattox man, I moves us don't pay out no "
D date J historians accept as I Several months earlier the i:commander of the Confederate courthouse and the war was over. more money till us gets some." gro appointees. '
war-born
county just as it did to I \
at least
(I
occasion in the
marking the final step that made :, one Bradford County was Just four Governor Drew in 1876 When :
''northern portion of New River I forces, wrote: the elitlre South. Bradford was the new Constitution wj
the War Between the States inevitable ,, con- county when word of their ap- years old. Florida had a Republican the first Democratic
t" County had been partitioned off i "First on the list (fof losses] tributed its quota of soldiers.and Governor adopted in 1835, it provided
i i and i named Baker in honor of stands the name of Capt. Richard at least one leader. Capt. John C. ers proach of was another heralded and the own- Governor with the power un- i after the Civil War. and from county officials should' be' elected\
still
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STARKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY JANUARY 19, 1961 NUMBER THIRTY



I Shotgun Accident In Day-Long Trial Conner Back' .




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Of C. Y. Copeland On Intoxication Charge JayceellonorLawtey --,:.

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Carmol Y. Copeland. 40, head -

r zircon mill operator at the 'du- Marshal Sumpter Harley I whose life.Harley pollee headquarters to have some- Commissioner of Agriculture

a n ; Pont tompany's and Hoyt Starling, also of Law- I testified that he had had one meet him since h e had had Doyle Conner, of Starke and;:-Tallahassee "

Trail Ridge plant, tey, were convicted on charges of only "two swallows" of beer at the "some' trouble."About 4:10: P.m. an has returned from',Kan
was killed instantly about 11 a.m. : time he went to Mrs. Brown's Alachua County sas *
deputy
City
on a Mo.
voluntary intoxication in County I j rou- where last we.eJcend(
,Thursday when a shotgun he was Judge's I home about 1 p. m. These two tine patrol [not knowing of Har he was signally honored' by the
1 Court here ;
Cleaning at his home on South but found not Wednesday, i swallows, he said, were taken as ley's message to the police] spot- U. S. Junior Chamber of Com

Street accidentally discharged language.guilty Assault of using profane chaser for a round of pills he was ted the Lawtey Marshal in frontof merce as one of the nation's Ten:
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Shown left to right preparing a meal is Allen Crews, Author Reding, Key (demons, Lester Aus sending several buckshot into his ; charges originally filed- taking for tuberculosis.as part of Testimony a treatment concerning ville.the When VFW Harley hall In north the Gaines- Outstanding The Young: Men of 1960.,
saw dep- Impress
Crews, Bobby Hutchinson, Jr., Hunter; Charles tin, Jack Crawford, and Gene UnderhilL heart. against them, are still pending i the pills was brought in ceremony in
uty's car he had pulled to the which the ten young men*
I County received -
Judge T. A.
Mr. Copeland's wife had just Yawn by Harley's attorney S. L. side of the road, thinking it was the top Jaycee ,
Whose Gonna Wash Those Dishes ? left granted Harley's attorney ten days Scruggs, in an effort to show that award- was
Boys the
I house when she heard the in which to file a motion for a the effect someone sent to help him. held Saturday Jan. 11,-in ,the
of
the
shot and returned to find him new trial medication and The deputy testified that Harley's Kansas City Municipal' AudItor-

Those Nope bojs you're have not seeing things.! tion of meats how to grow vegetables I ger potato salad, prepared a fatally injured. He had already The day-long trial, during might or Harley's have physical condition head was bandaged he was ium. Principal speaker,on$b,oc
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aprons parliamentary procedure, casserole and a green salad. Mrs. cleaned four accounted for the"staggering" casion was Morgan J
I guns and was working which 15 witnesses Dwjjbton,
This I smeared with
strange sight came about' I and were heard, action'which considerable dried '
elementary
electricity. :son says the boys are facingthe -on a-shotgun Mrs. president of the U. S. Junior

class when and a girl's a boy's Home 'Economics I I Mrs, Maxine Gibson. Home EC same problems they would I I on a table during?which the.was''cleaning lying stand saw Harley for the and first Starling time take in their the liquor Brown.attributed to "intoxicating I blood, and acted in a manner that Chamber of Commerce. ,*". ,
Agriculture
instructor is teaching 16 boys : have if they had to keep a house process.Sheriff'PD.:- own defense. Both 'could have been from alcohol or Each of the ten men honored,
class at BHS denied
switched .
themselves.The I being After the
I'hold for .* free-for-all was brok- the blow his either whose '
a week. ::" on head or average
how to operate electric -I > .:Reddish intoxicated or age.was' just under!
L girls are learning to farm appliances ,'t'** said'Mr. using profane language en up by the arrival, on the scene both. He .said told 31
Student's: comments, _? :| *.< Copeland.'was : at Harley him he received! the famed.sure l.jitaluetje
and the boys learning to cook and cook simple meals with the 'It's good evidently ..unaware'thakt the time of the Dec. 14 of Lawtey Mayor Charles L. Shu- bad two large size beers and -
experience-rLIike'it. one awarded"each :
[het; ;,mire,,contahied-one she altercation at the home ;lyearUa.the-
seven basic fooas, table manners, .. l ll of Mrs. ford Harley left '
Lawtey in thecity's
sew.Paul one girl said. small one between Lawtey and ten young men selected ,
-t w loaded with buckshot : Purvis BroWn'in by apanl'of
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Hutchins. is be Lawtey.
Future Farmer how to set the table sew on but- I But police car to seek treatment Gainesville.
Harley
testified
one later
boy. guinea :p ig!was : distinguished judgja-for, thijr
lieved'that-the. Other than :
Advisor at BHS. is giving the tons,, ironing and also how to ,heard to mutter,,K iwoudVnVuch'rather ) thrown safety catch. was two testimony of the for-a head wound he said was inflicted that the deputy was almost right significant dontrbu Qtf7tflr-Amtrt-
} 'off' defendants
during
girls the
a class of 19. lessons cleaning' Wednesday'scourtroom
on buy food and wash dishes. by hammer
a in the
h81p1{ Hutchfrts-with hands -but that it actually was two can life in warfolPld' ''
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how to l I process;:,and: a_ subsequent scene was much : & Yr fhb
landscape, the Ident ica- jar pretty of
The boys have '' Raymond Prevatt Mrs. one '
-.- cooked hambur- the girls! :/ ? ; proDably.dlscharged; 'the gun. No a re-run,, of, testimony given at Brown's small beers and .large one l base pf,each statuette-is: tngraved
nephew: : durin&th fracas.He, In answer tocro8s 'examination n ;the motto "lite-h.ope '
ottoUnklnd
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Prisoner Breaks Virtually Kills' Program ,. 'ti-'U.1 "* ',, ,'Mr.i Copeland; had worked for Brown told of Harley telephoning when Mrs. went on to Gainesville lie said by the'state he- said he had drunk [lies i In the "andl., of you h, and
because
he feared he,might be, to the ,beers .as chasers far- aspirin I action." J
her
'duPont
the '

From 'Eight-Spot Council Votes Not To Recertify ; : 31, 1950,since'Company) act.fieIa 1952.. his since i presentposition Jan.> and home subsequently with'using threats abusive coming of beating language into heryard up wanted for breathing"an to attack be.near after of the"difficulty fight and in not taken make along him the intoxicated.way"but they did I of Conner his contributions was'selected to on.agricultureand thYbasis!

free Four a hospital. He Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish the Florida political ,
DaysA Surviving ,are his wife, MildredCh everyone on the premises. said he had, scene.
previously been '
i Low-Cost Federal sserCopeland:. four children, Nearly every witness told a lit- ed under an tent plac- testified that he saw Starling at After serving as State; and',Na

22-year-old prisoner who Housing iecfStarke's Shirley .and Lucy of'Starke; and tle different version of ,what happened attacks of this oxygen kind. during a Lawtey service station after the tional president, of Faure, Farmers
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broke from the ,State prison I Mrs.., Gloria Jean Bass, Gaines- subsequently: who cursed I 1 Before reaching Gainesville, he-- fight and that'the young man did of America, he was elected
work I detail, or "eighVspot" 'k> : .iE i vine;attd! three'stepchildren' Billy who, who hit who; first who push to the Florida House' of Repre.
1 I City Council Tuesday restored to the .list!.menbers'j of stopped at Fairbanks and.dis- not appear to him to be intoxte sentatives while still student
ed who a at
inmates call it, last Wednesday, night voted against re-certifica- the council. te4t"but.wjoufd Jimmy,,\and.Normi'M1Jesn: Moody,, down and who threatenedir 1 patched>a message to Gainesville (Continued on Page 4) icontinde(i'ne'fri.AAttl' '
January 11, remained free until'!'tton I of a proposed low-cost fed-. ; \ all,of Starke his mother. Mrs.,

last Saturday when caught by I{oral l housing for the. probably not receive the cpnsld> Altha Copeland, Starke; and three Rites Friday :
program eration it would' If. the Uity's
dogs near Heilbronn Springs: city. name remained on the list!t j sisters:''Mr& James L. Chitty Freshmen Present First Play I I'I

Deputy Sheriff Dolph ,Reddish The vote blocking the housing The deadline;,for1 the, cjty'to{ i request Starke:. Mrs. James Sullivan, WU I For i. F. MilesIn

said that Eugene,E. MdMahel, 22, program, which has been under recertification is March 1. listen; and Mrs. Roy Crenshaw,,. : '\

of Jacksonville, was not apprehended discussion for several years, was Voting against'' recertiflcition Gainesville Jones ChapelEarl ?, Rehearsals have begun for 'the

until Attempted to steal i in answer to a letter from R. H. were Carl .Hurst-Wayne'Dodgl Funeral arrangements had, got I a
presentation
as of the
a truck from the Morris Carter:McIntire, Chamber of Commercei been made, at press time Thurs- _,_ ..r'ti.'t 9th grade'play .
and Mrs. Ruby Johns. JIfce 'lo ne P. "How Dobie Met *
Heilbronn Miles 55 long-time local Maynard; scheduled -
resideijce day,
} fear : Springs i secretary( who requested recertifij lC l- i,1
I dissenting vote came from Councilman resident, found to be presented
Saturday' !! was dead in his on January
,night.: JMcAIahel! found tion.o! the program. A vote to !Who '
j Carl Lamar,Johns home on West Madison Street --- 27 in the BHS auditorium.
the truck parked In front of the Teen Time d c t;
Carter borne With the keys in It.1 I recertify the project with the federal made is clear "that I dldn't5ofor te Wednesday afternoon from a self- : I The cast consists of Doble portrayed -*

The prisoner attempted to drive I government would have done federal housing but on19,.vo To Meet Friday inflicted bullet wound Deputy r by Andy Strickland;
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nothing more that "keep the dooropen" I ed for recertifiestion.to'keeD..the .
the 75 yard distance to the high *, Dolph Reddish stated. Maynard by Tommy McLendon;'
way with no lights, Reddish said I for future action. !j I city's name on file < in. ,case ''it Members of Teen Time, are reminded Mr. Miles Was found by his wife Thalia by Suzanne Judd; Roger,:
I i I The move, in effect, removes ever does need such a:project] ." when ,
; she by Lucian Previtt '
'' returned home from ; Lucy by Jan-
/but ran off a culvert. He then't I that this week's meeting .
the city's name from a list of applicants Douglas. Hurst and Mrs: Johns work about 2 p. m. Dr.. Pete G. nelle Bullington; Veed, by John'
abandoned the vehicle, but fled which the I will be held in the USO from 1.30to ..
government all stated that they could,see "no Felos, Starke said
physician
that Wager; and Mathews by Charlw
with tracked the McMahel keys. Prison with officials bloodhounds '!i l lI deems deserving of a loan for '! need' for a federal housing pro- 10:30,:; Friday night instead of he had been dead approximately ; ( Phipps ;

-I such a project. Starke's could be [Continued On P*(te 5U1 Saturday night. two hours. The
and caught him in the victim, shot him- The play was written by Yvonne

woods south of Heilbronn with the self in the right temple with a .38 ba. L Connor who is aUo the .student

caliber revolver the deputy stated director. It U undir the direction
keys in his pocket, the deputy .
stated. xi.S.bS 4 while lying on the. sofa in his : of Mrs. Sara Whaley, one of the

Reddish also said that McMahel M"x living room. I i 'T_ ninth grade sponsors.
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admitted the attempted theft tot i i i .M a 3 s E Reddish stated that evidence inL[L! : k-: ; Leslie Jackson supervises the

him and that he has signed an F dicated that the wound was ';I l .. the stage crew consisting of Leslie

affidavit against the prisoner for! i inflicted and that no inquest i------i i _F Jackson, Robert Rhoden Bobby

attempted auto theft. McMahel would be held. I Moody John Dukes, and Donnie

also has a past record of break- Mr. Miles was born June 9, 19051'I BagwelL

Ing and entering, auto theft, and :&=; zr in Tofton, Ga. ,and had ,lived, in 1 Players! practicing parts are left to right: Jannette iJullingtou, Barry Tlrth and Joe Gardner

escape, Reddish said. County iI Starke for 20 years.. He was a'' Andy Strickland, Tommy McLendon, and Lucian Prevatt I have charge of lighting. Props Will

Judge T. A Yawn said a warrant, produce dealer and at one time j I be handled by John Williams

for escape will be signed against I had served on the Starke police, :Marcia Haynes, Mark Jackson

McMahel in Union County, since I force. He was a member of the i Record Now, 2.6Cagers and Richard Hobbs.

he escaped from there. First ,Baptist Church. '
LT: r Besides his wife Annie Sue 't '
Football
'The eightispot" Is presently 1 +{,. Beat Rebels Banquet
clearing underbrush from New I" ;

River Swamp, adjacent to the prison -I r -; Set For Jan. 19th

I i I i mother Mrs. Claude Button, Defeated By Maroons

._ 1, .. r Columbus Ga.; a sister Mrs. f.rb,+; 1980 Tornado football team
Evelyn Potter also of Columbus: I will bfcjwnored at ft banquet given
life for
:''After finally coming to Marion Cottle was high man for
Attention Students PrepareFor and one grandchild. 'pair of,wins last week. Starke's Starke with ,14 points while Thursday January, Lithe.. high!
Funeral services will held at .
.be school cafeteria.Mr.
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basketballers dropped an 18 point Emory Eunice had 13 and DerrMcKlnney ep '
Fishermen! .1f 2 p. m., Friday in Jones Memorial >Ellington line: coach"at the
lead Tuesday night to go 'down to 10. '
Chapel with Rev. Leo. A. Hebert ,wfll !be the
University of Florida.
Science FairI time
defeat for the sixth againstPalatka's "We playe4 the best game of ..
officiating. Burial will be in Cros- guest
Register Now Maroons '6659. the year" Coach Carleton Koch speaker. "
by Lake Cemetery under the direction The team will be served a"rout,
I I t Leading 36-26 at halftime and said of the Tornadoes' 60-52 victory -
For ChamberOf I I I Bradford of DeWitt C. Jones dinner. Various awards
High School science beef > ,wlfl
then building that lead to 18 over Santa Fe's Rebels last
I[I students are now busily engagedin Funeral Home. be given to outstanding EWttbers:
Commerce points the Tornadoes let down in Friday night. Santa Fe had beatenevery

preparing projects for the an- jjjj I Z. front of a fourth quarter Maroon conference foe they had of the team '

Annual nual Science Fair to be held in w.x. CoupConfiscated To Sell onslaught. The Maroons had a 25 faced untif their downfall Friday \

FISHING ,the USO Building February 8, 9, AutosFour point final quarter compared to night. Social Security ; ,:

CONTEST and 10.Tenth. ,. .- -, .. the Tornadoes' 10. Woody Strickland made Starke's Rep. To Be HeroA .. : 'j,
$300 In Prizes grader Freeman Register ears and a plywood boatVTffl Palatka. paced by sharpshoot- leading effort with 19 points '
HI [above left] is shown demon- spent approximately'' iQ0'houra'.on compete with students, from o be sold to the highest'bidders ing Jim McCool,with 26 I points. Frank TomHnaon had 16 and EmI. representative cf the Gftlne -,

-.--.r strating to biology instructor the project and the' research towns. Regional winners' will go by the Board of County Commissioners 20 of them in the last half and ory Eunice 11 in the Tornadoessecond 'I vile Social Security, Office will

'This Space Contributed Richard H. Jockel, his projecton !, paper which\ is required with' 'each to:the State Science 'Fair at Florida l- at 12 noon, Monday, Feb. Fritchy Smith with 24 markers' win .of the 'season. bEIn the courthouse at ,Starke

Weekly to Publicize the human skull. The skull is project: A hundred!'hours Is'about : Southern College in Lakeland. 6, at the county jaiL AU items of hit 51 per cent of their shots in The local' cagers'travel to Hil-] from 9:30: a. m. Thursday Jan.

a plastic model, but the imageson average for a"''a'project'such'as:Sally Plans are now to have six winning ( sale were confiscated by the county the latter half to gain the victory Bard tomorrow night! for a doubleheader 26, for the purpose of coaductiajr)
Community Events by the left are actual x-rays of a Ann's: She spent ,several Hiays social &eCU11ty'buitnesa. "
project'at the local fair, two from liquor law violators. After playing a fine first half with both varsity and .
human skull. Both have flashing in] the University' Florid library Included in the sale will be. a the Tornadoes' shooting went aU jayvee teams playing. Persons who desire to make applications .

THE COMMUNITY lights behind them. in Gainesville 'gatoertof''.ma from the Junior: high school and IMS Ford Club coupe, a 1950 and their ball handling got bad In their, last effort, against Pa for social security; retirement

At right Sally Ann Epperson is terial for her research taper)* i four from:: senior high. The lotsenior tr Oldsmobile 88. a 1940 Ford 4- in the second half. Even so, they latka the Baby Tornadoes Went or survivors' benefits,

STATE BANKOF shown with her project which Winners 'of the local Science. ,high"winners may ,comefrOm door,sedan, a ,1951: Oldsmobile 88 held onto 'the lead with the final darmtf, to defeat by 4341 mar gib. secure social security- accountnumbers

STARKE demonstrates mitosis or nuclear Fair will go ta Ihe Regional i either the ,biological or physical door, and a 12-foot plywthinners ood few minutes of the game with John Williams with 1$*.ind'Jimmy, or get any ;Bother nodal

division of a typical animal cell. Science Fair ln', Live Oak on science division. The pant and miscellaneous\ equip three players scoring In the double Summerlin with 10 points were security information ,are invited

Sally Ann estimates that she March.24 and'rhere-they-will win receive 8Clence Fair pins. ment. figures. high for Starke. to call at this.time.J.fBRARY ,



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medical patients in Alachua General weekend with '.S1aron Moody in calendar months from the date of I I Clerk Circuit Court. I j i able Theron A. Yawn County Judg
I i Hospital. Grandin. Holy Land the first publication of this not 11:6. LTadford County, Florida. of Bradford .COunt Florida, a
Each claim or demand must be in 1-19 2t 1-26:! 19:01: oilock! AT.M. on FfbTruary 2i1S61. >
Ii Mrs Clyde Tenvillegar and Mr. and Mrs. :Merritt: Williams writing and must state the place of j.: for ppyuhQtth,' same and
I I J Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr. attendedthe .visited Mrs. M. 1{. 'Williams in On European' Tour residence and post-office address of I. The Court Of The County JailgelirndfvrU I for final) :jIiSCJf E 'u u4mlnI8t
the claimant and must he .. Jolup.:1S', \\U.
!sworn to
"* M antique show at the George Eustis over the .weekend.: by the claimant his agpnt or his Prubatr I lard dt vi.asd..*- V
;i Washington Hotel in Jacksonville Mr.: and Mrs. J. T! Quigley were Mrs. Sallie H. Kin of Madison. attorney, or it .will become void 'according I' In He: Estate of JohnV.. Wil-1 This Jaaaury 11. 1961. .
I I *j. to law.December lard. Deceased. : MAHY1 HVMAAdministratrix >
I INThCNEWV Wednesday afternoon.Sen. I Sunday afternoon iiftors{ of Mr. |N. J., daughter of''Mr.w and Mrs. i I j 30 1960. :Xviicv: t>f Filing I't-iHion For j j I'-VTWCfA *& the estate of
j' and Mrs. W. A. Scott in Jackson L. J. Kite.Administrator. Final DUharge Admiuistratris i John W. Wtllard deceased

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Xotice is hereby given that I Starkc. Florida.
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Donnie Pearson publication
: and Mrs. S. G. three day business trip in Tal- I of, Lawtey on January have filed my final returns as ad- j Attorney fur AdmbiMralrix.
Denmark
Dr. I 1961. 5'1
". '- and Mrs. T. C. Cook of the I lahassee. underwent an appendectomy last 1 Convention of welfare I ministratrix .>f the estate of JohnV. 1.1S! U 4t !.J
!ld family visited Mr. and Mrs. Starke Motor Court have returnedto They plan to return to i Friday in Bradford County -Hos- workers. __ 1-5 4t 1. \ Willard. de.-eae that I hai. .
Tallahassee on Monday.Mr. I I filed my petit ion fur final discharge.; '
3. M. Vickers in Brunswick Ga. theii: home InVest Mifflin i pital. I >OTICK I
.. .. Pa. and Mrs. W. Jefferson Pow Mrs. King had the enviable experience The Board of County Commission-1' ...-- Neel Mobile Radio V
over the weekend. Mrs. Joseph N. Belche ,and ers of Bradford County Florida.: >--- ---
I -
V Mr. and Mrs. ell of Denver Colo flew to Jacksonville of being in Jersualem on -
V Logan Baldwin children of Norfolk Va. are visit- will sell to the highest l iilclr at
V. .MTS. Edward Burns and Mrs. last week to attend the Christmas 1S:00 -t/clook Noon, on Monday
spent the weekend in Webster I 3Ir. Day which she describes 234 TEMPLE AVE.
: ing her parents, and Mrs. .
February the
I 6. 1961. following --
.\ illiam Scoggins attended the with Mr. and Mrs. R. R. 1 funeral of his mother Mrs. Jefferson -!i j WILLiAMSJEWELRY .
Reddish j JJ. G. Caldwell and Judge and, as follows: "We came from soribed at the County Jail: i
library staff after stopping in Davis Powell on Friday. j I -- One 1948 Ford Club Coupe Motor (located in North Florida
meeting at the GainevIll1lbrary Leesburg to attend II'
; i I Mrs. T. A. Yawn, Jr. while
SJCU i Jerusalem in Israel Dec. 23 ;
w T 'f' Mr. Powell will back to on Xo. S99A22:9:! Title 2186245.:? Asper > I
to business the fly DenIer i Supply Co. store)
I
last Thursday evenwi. on way. Belche is on a four to six months, case Xo. 81 SO. \ ,
-V Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch of I \ on Monday while Mrs. Powell i I I I and had-a thrilling day visitingthe One 1950 OUismobile SS. 19iifl Fla .

I Starke received an official invi-J; Will come here to visit her par-I I cruise to Africa. Way of the Cross the Churchof Usense\. : \\-104Si. ID Xo. SA1'U: : |I Pvt. Buck Gill Jeft Tuesday for, with radio in car. as pt'r ease Xo. ..
,
= Miss Katie Hicks underwent an tation to the inauguration in !cuts, Mr. and .Mrs. W. B. Sewell i ]P months service in the Holy Sepulcher Pilate's S21S. i WATCHES DIAMONDS : "

.Appendectomy at the* Bradford I' Washington this week, although !| for a week. 'I Frankfurt Judgment Hall, and Bethlehem. One 1940 Ford 4-door Sedan Engine '' REPAIRS If .non'IllV ...:., -
Germany. >
Xo. la :i34JJ90:! 1958 Lieens
-County
I Hospital recently. they could not attend. Mr. Futch i i Mrs. Titus Olson attended the Mrs. 'O. L. Haynes, Jr. and We drove to the'!.Lount of'Olives, NO. 52-1306. As per case Xo. S219. I WO 4-2U3
.4 Mrs. A. J. Thomas Sr. was ''is chairman of the County Democratic '! coaching conference for children's children the, 'Chapel 'of Ascension. the One green I! ft. plywood boat; All Work Guaranteed
A visited,Dr. and Mrs. Carl 2 hand spotlights; one headlight:
"Ytelting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wood I Executive Committee, and ::: workers the Methodist' Church Fromhagen in 1e.arw te.r'and Tomb of'Virgin MaryChurch of set of battery cables: 2 gigs; two A. C. Williams Radio &, TV Repair

_....Jh week.Hawthorne Wednesday of last 'I Mrs. Futch is a member of the'1: School in Lakeland last Wednes- ,I David Scott "in Tampa over the Nativity, the- 'Manger, and' 'the boat One paddles.1951 Oldsmobile As Pt'r case 88, Xo.4 door$:!%:. 142 W. Call St. I : REASON-ABL&.PJUCES

I Ie. Committee. j i I day to Saturday., v.eekend.Mell Shepherd's-Reid. color green Fla. license! 1960 Xo.
**.- ..-. Mr.: 'and Mrs. Bob Taylor attended Mr. and Mrs. Comer Perrymanof i,I '"Melt. Jf I. were livinz.thou- lIW-U83 MotfUXo.. 31TW-1133.; ;:; As I L Starke, Fla. QUALITY .SERVICE
Swans, ,
Hallmark Valentines representative
; .. a family reunion in Homerville now on, per ca4 Xo. 8232. '
: Oa. Sunday at the display at Bullingion's Studio! and : Jacksonville visited Judge .and, of Wheaton Colleg was aThurs, sands.. of" year ago as ,1 'watched, (SEAL) i' 'l
on Mrs. E. K. P on Sunday.Mr. '" '31: people drawing' ;water by rope : .
!* Gift Shop. rryman day guest of r. and 5Irtj; T.
: r7hbme of Mr and Mrs. W. A. Tay- I t fromVeils' andcarrying1 it '. .. .
Hamilton .ontheir ..,.
and Mrs. Ritch, of Quigley.
lor.. I -- ": --
IL Mr. and :Mrs. Chuck Dent and .'
heads. We Arab famVes < \
V Johnson three weeks Mr. and Mrs D. L.-Powll and saw
J. S, J3eck returned to his home son' will'move to Jacksonville on are spending I 1ll living in 'caves wits.their tki
,;:_In '"Gladewater 1 with Mr. and Mrs. JH. Ritch. daughter of Jacksonville'.and-Uri: : ...
:: ; Texas 'oh Sunday January 28 where )Ir. Dent will do keys "and chlckens'/arid; sfiep- .11'
and Mrs. Bernard and
: "Rafter spending the holidays with 'be a radio announcer on station I' Among those attending the I Cross Hough herds with their great droves Of -.'-

_Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Gresham and WPDQ. Rev. Billy Graham services in daughter of City-were visiting sheep. We. visited .the. Tem.pewhere ....,.,.'...
Mr. and 'Mrs. H. L. Hough I :\
,. 'M:.. and Mrs. C. J. Beck. and f amJbr Mrs. W. H. Nollman is expected i Jacksonville over the weekend i we walked, without' our ''tv
I the weekend.
: -. home today from Bradford were: Rev. H. 0. Boyette, Mrs., t during shoes on' beautiful Oriental:rtigs,
I Bertha Pearce. Mrs. E.: D. Olm-I Mr. and Mrs. A. G. L udon Sr. 3?
Rev. and Mrs. Charles H. Allenarid County Hospital where she underwent -. Arabs I
and in their
aw prostrate
of Keystone .Heights., : and Mr.aad: I $
sted, Mrs. W. G. Haile Miss Amy j '
baby of Kingsport, Tenn. former treatment for the past two ; Ir "
j Mrs. Frank --Weaver and son of r prayers. I
Coburn Mrs. W. L. Blair Mrs 1 tf
Starke residents. were overnight weeks. : ,
Cairo.is.a wonderful, busy city. '
i Williston were Sunday of
guests
,, guests last Wednesday of I Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Gaines Paul Hutchins Mrs. J. R. Hixon '
; Mayor and Mrs." W.:/Ir. aekson. One can go, almqslf :without a- it
:Mr. and Mrs. C. A Futch. Joe I .,
Mr. and 4rs. B. C, Holtzendorf, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Under. w reneSs, fromthe International \
I Mr. and, Mrs. J, E. Hardy and I
:' : ;sr. I bill in St. Petersburg over the Sistrunk Miss Clara teaman to'the native sectionThe.'Ihjter\ : -
Mr. and Mrs. HI. B. Jordan, Mr.\ : Mr. and. Mrs. B. W. Hayes' were
...".. ;..-'. .. -. I weekend. I national as you would expect'isa : ,
and Mrs. E. D. ] Rev. and among those attending,the Golden
Mr. Tenly
and Mrs. Tom W. Pearceof I
-- -
,-- horn-blowing tr&ff1cjamm
: ,
II'I I'I Abilene Texas are visiting t Mrs. J. H. Ma'bry' Mr. and Mrs.I Wedding anniversary ."openhouse's way of life :while! in the native We lend at LOW COST to finance -
John Cooper, Mrs:){. "L. Lawson. of Mr. and! Mrs. ,Herman
Rev. and Mrs. John ) I
W. Pearce.
.. one.
FI' ridaIVheatre I I Rev. Pearce is confined in Brad-1 I' :Mrs.: Oma Cotten, Mr. and Mrs. I Harrell in LaCrosse on Sunday. section ,can choose between the make and model of f your choice. .
being-i by donkey cart
runover a
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Steinmeyer .
Jim Harden Arch Thomas, Sr... I
ford County Hospital and Mrs. a' horse drawn hay cart. a water Ask about AUTO LOANS
_ Pearce was discharged Mr. and Mrs.vR. O. Dansby, Mrs. ;I and Mr. and 'Mrs. Mershon Ritch. our before you buy! '
Tuesday or !
buffalo a'camet Sheep and ,
of Jacksonville were Sunday visitors '.
Morris Carter,' Mrs. Maxie Car'
from the hospital where she had 'I goats'.roam on the sidewalks, cV r j
of Mr. and Mrs. W.. F.: Her-_
ter. Mrs.V.., B. Mundy. Mrs. J. VV'
been confined for \ ,
a week follow- where there are any, and women --0.... ., I11I
ing a fall. B. Sapp Mrs. Edna Hutchinson long.Mr. ;., '
carry loads on their heads or across -
and Mrs. Neal E. Boling of
Mrs. R. A. Newsome Mrs. Kate"
: Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews and
i were"weekend their shoulders. All ''the animals
Bradenton Quests .
John Simpson left Sheppard Rev.: and Mrs. Leo I I, I :
Tuesday for
I of Mr.. and Mrs. J; G. Holton. look undernourished, and.
I Hebert and Son. }Irs. Ann Green,, '.'
the
,, S Inauguration ceremonies '
aan. -- in and Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Ed-: Mrs. W. Hal I Hand, Dr. !t. H. the'people) pitifully pooriWe :
Washington. D. '
: S C. went'iinto the- 'dese yes-
A. linfght .
Adams, Mrs. C. Mrs.
I wards. .
.... SAT. JAN. 21 Rev. and Mrs. B. H. Rawls of S Hollis V. Knight, 'and Carl Johns terday. There.are more than 6,000 ______. _, ____ V _, _

n 01 Double Feature Program High Springs were visiting Mr. Hallmark Valentines now on I, I attended. the area orientation:conference miles 1 of.it: and,! cancel! understand -
1st. Feature and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday.eve display at Bullin toD's Studio and I of the.An'euian{ :CancerS why so many people- ;perish

ning.Mr. Gift Shop. I ,ciy in MaccWnny' Thursday while trying: "lo find- proper. direc V,__ _ ___ : _ _
V : the Pyramids 'ofCh :; V
---- and Mrs. S. G. Denmarkand Mrs. Clara Dale returned Wednesday afternoon.Mr. tions.yeyisifcd V' JV Vc
riiE Mrs. Martha Bales will attend and Mrs. Andrew I.. Gag ops' arid :ihe Sphinx* and' I: : '

AMRKOPil t the Furniture Mart in Atlanta after oeaig confined in L non and son 'Donate 'of.Tacksort.: : rode"a a camel from "Meha House 1 V' S '51

Si: ;; next week. Baptist Memorial Hospital the:I yule were Sunday'dinner! guests [the plaee where 'Roos velt. .- -
'I past two? weeks. Churchill,1; and Chiang met in
_. :Mrs. T. E. Strickland of Belle of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gilhooly.
ONv4.ScCPE Glade is spending several weeks Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bronson of r' 'Mrs. Lex -'Green;'and''dQ gbtert 1943] to the Sphinx and enjoyed

I I' with Mrs. \I. H. Lang and Mr. Tampa were weekend guests ol r:1 Lu were guests of .!rs. Harris it, though I. must confess it was

I and Mrs. Paul Raymond. I Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish, I Dittmar at' the Paris Fashion I a little' frightening' when he got
and. suddenly I: found myself FLORIDA
2nd. Feature Show in the 'George1 Washington up
I V I Hotel in Jacksonville pif Monday. way,-up in.the'air!t"

I Archie Green' and Jan' Munorff Mrs. King is still touring and -,-" -' .. - --'-'.- '-- .'-- -... ,-,._- --- -, j
.' ..ailahass will not return to the U. S. until ""' -" -
visited fneftd's in -
about Feb. 1. Her travels will take B. >ANIKAJI{ ? JJjlllt El ;
.. ee last Tuesday.
> 'c ___ ____._ _____. .__ _
'
!countries including
her through'
seven --- -- --
.my Charles Luther Stalllngs, six ._ _

: ..V eriillega weeks old son ,of )(r. and' Mrs.- Greece Jordan. Lebanon. ONE OF 28 BANKS OF THE FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUP MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP*.,t

-. ONE..uhScQP Harry' Stallings W Waldo ,is a .Egypt; Turkey, Italyand Austria ,
-
..... L- $!argery patient in'University Hospital I- V __ ----- ;.' ...-. _IV ___-
..*.,V Ga1nsyil1e.V' Hunting .Was' Good "

:::. : Cartoon: The Flea Circus MOTORS Mr. and lo-is. "L. J. Green entertained mINE Florida J I

II.afl.. ", at family 'dinner partyon
..
Lof'
Sunday the birtlidajs of
S
(or
in the | wjldlifemanagement
I..i. SUN. thru WED. Hunting ax
1.1,. Archie Green ; Mrs. P. il!; Barefoot Northeast
of
Hi-.. JAN. 22 thru 25 and Mrs. C. I* Pinkins. Florida.... termed areas IT'S TIME FOR MOOR HOtDo MOO ON SECOIODWHY BOW-BU1LOIN'[

.M.ftI ------_...._-- .. 'yyi Bud Lawson-, who... w' s'i inducted thfc.'past: waa season, good. during, MEDICINE.' ,I4U6j, WANT) 'IT TODAX? rI4ooGr, OM,I .6RO.ERE tOOGI4T' J OOtOK VOO) JUST AT

;:.... lIdro odin Miler....... .., in the Army last week, 'Is stationed :JThe kill*.In'.the Camp landing CANT
...... 'Lis.""""'- LId I OUST LOAD
at Fort :Benning, Ga. .5
area 62 'deer 80 'turkey cit tlsh &;
4(5, == was: ; :; UP ON 1NOSE..and.
.... V. .....no-Lj Mr. and Mrs.. let li Lawsonand 1,850 .squirrel; '1,932 cjuail; 102 i I ( i <'
Mill.II. 1.1. daughter:, Sally, visited Mr.
.. miA hog; ,aijd one bear. Meat Market
II... VJ'O I1fV4I m md Mrs. Guy Dy1 liI4Gte.eD 'Coye 'Lake Butler management area 'tt

I.H.Hi'.. k CWWSMM..>.
tillInn. ,.--- .. .---.-.-.-... Mr.. and Jts: Gaii 'Majthewa.had! e bear. .
I... I as Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs.
,,, The Game Department said thai i-I
'II _
l' Lowell Mather's of Atlantic th 'deer aridjtdrkey kill indicates j- .-\
Beach. Mr. and .loirs. Bruce Mathews .
IllibIIHI that the
1961 TAG game population throughout

III Dolores Hart and' daughter of Gainesville most of this section is considerably ____VV__

HUM "Boy Trap" ... Mr. and Mrs. Reward $'Stillwell, higher than in".the pas1.: .

HUM IIIUllll.il llll:
Weekend Beef Sale!
Mr. and }, ,rs. Carl Johns will .

lilt Hull / "One Fling too Many" Thursday Friday / leave T esday'tor a w ek'i visit OF IXTEJfTIO TO J'

:IIlu: CQnnie FrancisV.V. orSafurc/ay, with Mr. and Mrs. C.: R: Christy REGISTER Ishereby FICTITIOl'S given that>AMEXotice thE '

inn : jn AugustaGa., and \Mr..and! Mrs.; undersigned! under '-the provision- !
"The Come-On Voice"ii. Charles Durkee. in Charleston, S.v' of Chanter. 20S3,. Laws of Florida; :
IMIIHl. Eaula Prentiss PRICES. : Clerk of the ClrcultitJourtvdn\ ; afcd Cf
.. Mr..and.Mrs. D. J. Mprriss ,have for Bradford County. upon proof ol!
lot lit... f "Instant Romance" Ii. >,' 'iriiecf"toWashiDgt n. 'ti.: C. publication name of'of this BLUE uorteerth,TAVEHN-un*'flctltlou : T-BONE TEAK LB. I

IUII after ,two; weeks' visit and .Mr. der which:aroiengaged: la.&usiMM .

It fcMI.... Maggie' Pierc r' -.:r 198ETUdor !IF $$195 and Mrs. Fred 'Bennett and* .son. at Pauline Ot.ETo"nluBt.stuk.e.-'SUtrunkBro( FlBrid write.e: SIRLOIN STEAK -

.... .': ". liss Innoc' nce" Stock No/323AA Blue Harry, to Knoxville: Tenn.. _after St.-'Starke, ''Florida. sol*' owntn. t' 'V
.. "
1\! Dated this : :8thdar Owtmbei
ten days visit with Mrs. C. A.
In... A;. D. nn at"'. tzxke;? lBr '.Hrd I
..... George HamiltonI'S Knight.i County.. Florida. f- /4''--' '

....11,. '. '"No (Jirl I is Safe" 1956 Ford Fairlane .: I 4 C 1-. ._:.4' It Ml.In I ALL MEAT BRISKET STEW OR FRESH GROUND

hliUHi. elllf$595I $ Bowling-Teams .

.llhl.mmIMul, Jim:.''. "Laughing Hutton Lover Boy" I Stock 4-Ioor) ,No.Brown 323A.and White Fight To ''Tie. I ."- ; 4d.Fer The ClrcBlt' BTUd"Coayd CJ..jOUm..hl i Co.tt Of; ,.Th : Ef 't'J.'ldal .I.':;: STEW-lb'55c RIB lb 39'' I BEEF Ib 49 TVOR >


IDuUll The ,first competition< 'of the 1. CII..tnT-Utr, ,'iM4 I .. .
Frank .
Gorshin I -"
Q'
U. I : *-- r' No; 12-941 t. -
N.;,. City Bowling League got underway Rodney Hull Waterman Plaintiff; sOIlD: 'FREWfHUCK ENV "PORK"{ ,
II... "The Mad Musician" 1956 Belaire Tuesday night. with NoeJeTs ve;' Julie Kerne ?Waterman. -Defend S
.. Tudor$595.Chev. ant.'. f 'r 'tNOTICE-. -
It' Jt

,II.... John 'Brennan V-8, Stock No. bowling Auto Sales Gem, last'year's Jewelry to.chimpS a* ".%-2: /Tor.Jull Irene Waterman.?OF SUIT Round. PICNICS Ih .- 33c CHOPS Ib 39c

'I'... V '''FastVorker" ':. tie on points, 'although'! Noeel's 'pill .8oaL;.GreeJnolch..Coeat tkut. -'
"
Ill' You are 'hereby 1Io.Uflto4P that a
It'" beat thth 2766 t to 27M. *. ,'- complaint for ..dtvorcextauKbeen-: I *, .. V Ii ; ,. .

I.It',. .> Rory, Harrity I"' 1953Mer.Fordor 3; r $t9S. .One point! is'scored, by th&.teani ,against an .In,yoU-the abote ty::'Rodney-Hull-named: -couft'Wat and tlI'I -, FRESH- V V V- '

''-' "Kiss and Run XisiNS ; that wins each of the t reffgainesKiwled 'you hereby are required-' to'-Berre'a:
Stock No. 340B and on .Issco'-JtT: 't e :copy of youf IICONNIE SINGS ing:: to said complaint on the;>Plalti-
team that haj;ther: hfgKesV num- tiffs k "MeCOPELAND'S
lUHlM attorney: underslmed- 'to -Ib.
'Where The Boys Are ber> of pins. Gem Jewelry, although file the original -ot your aurwer 01: ROAST -39c FRYERS :
,- other pleading in th.e offIce of thi
f'HIM i 31 !IF More Clean Late winning two gam.esK' got Clerk _of said Courton-or ,before '
linn Cartoon: Busy Buddies onl$ .ff:tie! since i r; egefrhad t thegreatest o Pebruaty 6. 1961: failing Which -. :
11)14III. V Models To Choose From number of total decree pro COB fesso: will*ts' takellI&alut .
pins. -
iH you.Dated V :: By The Piece JAR
| ". THURS & FRI. Blanlini 's } urrfcanes'tbofc-' i in Starke Florida. this December ,

IJ: JAN. 26 & 27 forfeit over. Rotary- and" .the", -r fJaj- ... (OFFICIAL, -iO; mat.SEAL. -. 'iii 39c \

,.. .. cees won all three' games' over SC1LRLES:: A.DARBY lb. .

HUHIlllll ..'__,____.____________________ "S .. : Blanding 'prna4qes with .A Clerk Bradford of the County CIr.11lt'Court Florida 33c LARD jar. -

IMMHim .. ____ ; of 2972 to,2816..Jaycee-Cap By;:Marian L.. Crosby c ; 1 1
Ihe
>If- Harold IJavts r Jiad.,tjw: .high Deputy Clerkt ,
|l Kit T11eSubt1Ta -TEXCH ..tRETXOLDS'iBy V V Viit'
V "
,
'
an. ot'the \ with >
'.... \ game night DenmontTench.' .Jr'-":' .
IUI.1Uiw DA1.$ TOUN EBLS a. 213 and ahisij three.gam.total ,Post Office Box 468

IHlOIII.K ', .. CRON 1:4-: With af 628: 'He was. fojkwp4:by Jloera lU GatDe.Sutb,\"U1e.fata Florida..SUfet: {

GEoE I.TPABD} three"game gcpre: ot ,4Z. ;:D.vis -Solicitors. for' the. Plaintiff.
IMIMIIIU : 5.-- V '. .', .. 1-5 41 iICpty -:
V had :s<;ql'ts o(;23. Oail.: 2Q7.(} 4. :
UiiuIlllll i. A 4 .At aleague; 'meeting! :TpwnsenStrJcfelaaJ -
Cartoon: Window Cleaners STOCK A COMPLETE LIKE OF GROCERIES
.. _
vas I elected 5xes54nt i
'" j4cfrie ; JUdEe'u C art ,I.' A .
IllllltlHH Teyl&grI and Dewayne, 51dr; was ,named!!I .F.r Hradf.rd C..t. Fieri....
: ,. ; 'Estate- of:later lClt< de
N.-. OtR' FIRST SAIURDMU. : secretary. VV ceased. .

: 1jpRN1NG\ FREE SHQW OF Schedule for: Tuesday .ni&M ,a.tt: NOTICE TO CREDITORS; .
-Allt. .
:'Nu. 19,61VILL .;BEGIN ,FEB. 4, TODAY! T o'clock: Blinding ,Hurricane*, Lester .c'fdften Kite 'deceased! tb.eeatt.l.are' hereby.of ..-..'-" : .- .
ftu'sI" /1 -

,"., 1961. 10:00' A._ M. : Jaycees.V ,..""':;' Rotary"*.;> V .V Clfib'vs> r .-. .'Oem. ., lIotifte4 claimsoj atid demandg reflutPfd-:which'they filer 'may any G00D 'FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT

II" -_ _. Vlu's _- _ _,_l' JeweJ rr -' janjy};, :rom......1i.."q.(.))(.>.s. -'1.-1.s. ha"atalrt!&\ f naiil u.Jtt Mrate Jnd hi Of-the Jtrs.4.'of- OBEN 7 :PAYs'A )WEEK -. 'l. A.M. TO 9 f l I.a .

'sit'"m.. ---------- -- - -- -- .. .- -- -. .'--. + ...._. .Ndegel Auto Sales. ,. -V. .. .5''V.. .- -.- ,-.-- w__ _..-. ._. ., -, .. .. .. -.iirsr. 4t ..

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1961 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA : PAGE TH&E3: : i

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0 1: Junior Department Posse Holds,SupperFor Country Club 'I .JanMundorff Youthful Faces I -

1! Of Madison Church Wives, Families To Have Din.nerAnd .r Speak T Q On Fla.'s Screen -

i':Fetes Teacheri I{I The Bradford County Sheriffs Card PartyThe :Garden Club Sun., Mon.', Tues. :

i I Mounted Posse held a barbecue .
i;i The Junior Sunday School department supper for their wives and fami- Starke Golf and Country Jan Mundorff will give a tali, A large cast of youthful and

of the Madison Street lies, followed by a business meet- Club will have a dinner and card 'demonstration on flower arrangements talented new screen faces will be [ WITH GAS INSTAUEOVITS
Baptist Church, with party Monday night in the..StarkeWoman's at the Starke Garden "
Gary Mabry, ing, last Friday evening at the seen in "Where The Boys Are, MUCH LESS WDQK
Gladys Mooty Martha BOllinger, and Betty Ann American Legion Hall. Club, starting at 6:30: Club meeting 'Monday night at, showing at the Florida Theatre,,
Register as chairman gave a sup- During the business meeting, o'clock. Members and out of town' 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Sunday through Tuesday.The 10 COOl THE MEAL 1
per party last Friday evening at guests are invited to attend Admission A., Russell Norman. Mrs. T. B fast-paced action revolves j ANDRQAST7HETURKVHEATUt
following the supper, the same of-
Sally Ann Stillwell Weds Dennis Mathews I the parsonage honoring Mrs. ficers were re-elected for the new is $2 per person. Harding: will be co-hostess. j around the flock of college stu- s

In St. Paul's Church, Jacksonville Beach i Charles Oakes. who has resignedas year: Captain, Dolph Reddish; I I dents who descend on resort
!,, junior department superin- first lieutenent, Arthur Adkins; First Baptist YWA'sHold Girl Scouts Enjoy colonies in this instance Fort

* Miss Sally Lynn Stilwell of I I quet of white 'roses and lilies of ', tendent. second lieutenent, Robert Green; MeetingThe Bike Hike Picnic Lauderdale, rla. during their a ATANXSGIVING 1
Jacksonville Beach daughter of'I' the valley, and her only orna- I'I'I' The young folk and their guests sergeants, Tommy Hamilton and I Easter vacations in search of fun,
enjoyed indoor E i
following
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stilwell ments were pearl earrings and games Fred McDavid of Brooker; secre- YWA's of the First Baptist : I relaxation, and romance.
The
Girl
the buffet Scouts went on a bike I
of East Palatka, and Dennis]I necklace, the. gift of the bride- supper.Brownie tary, Mike Gilhooly; treasurer, Church held their -regular hike Saturday afternoon to the Playing leading roles are Do-

Lowell Mathews.. son of Mr. and groom. I Scouts Bill Soto; and Chaplain, V. R. meeting Monday night at 7:30 Don Patray farm on Edwards lores Hart, George Hamilton,
Mrs. Lowell W. Mathews of i, The bride's attendants wore I j Smith. o'clock in the recreation room of road. Y\ette Mimieux and Connie

Neptune Beach formerly of I ballerina length gowns of rose : To Go Skating. the First Baptist Church. ,The 30 girls, accompanied by Francis, the popular singer In her

Etarke, were united in marriage I pink satin and chiffon, and each Library Needs During this business session, leaders. Mrs. Pat Cauffman and first film role.
fct 4 Friday Dec. 30. !i with The Brownie Scouts will go Much of the picture was filmed
m. ,
, p. II wore lulled circulets topped i conducted by the president, Linda Mrs. Gerald Ewing, enjoyed a
The ceremony took place at St.Paul's tailored bows of chiffon. They! roller-skating at the Lake Butler Discussed B YWoman's Hildebran plans were made for picnic lunch when they arrivedat I on location on the magnificentbeach 1

Catholic Church in Jacksonville carried identical bouquets of pink I rink Saturday afternoon. They ClubA the coming year and > Charlene their destination by bicycle. at Fort Lauderdale. and
* Beach with the Rev. rosebuds.A 'will leave from Mrs. J. D. War- Hardy was elected secretary .of other play spots of the famed resort -
I ren's house at 2, o'clock. city and it is against this
Father James J. Heslin officiating. the .
reception was held at the panel discussion on library group. Recent Births
background that the story traces
Nuptial music was played by 0 home of Mrs. Rheba Larsen in I prior to her marriage needs and legislative acts provided Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mrs. S.
the experiences of four girls in
Airs Mary'Lopez, organist. Jacksonville. The bride's table was Mr. Mathews graduated from the program at a meeting of L. Peek Jr., leaders, discussed -Mr. and 'Mrs. W. F. Bell of their quest to find the man of
The bride chose as her matronof overlaid with a white satin cloth, I Bradford County High School and the Starke Woman's Club, Wed- plans for the Glorietta Confer Maxville, announce the birth of a their dreams.

honor her sister, Mrs. CarlosL. edged with imported lace. The I attended Murray State Collegeand nesday afternoon, Jan. 11. Mrs.C. ence to be held July 27' to August son. on Jan. 15 at Doctor's Hospital -

Motes of Palatka, and Miss centerpiece was of white roses and the University; of Florida before A. Knight, chairman of the 2 at Gtyiietta, New Mexico. ,
Nancy Foster of Jacksonville I gladioli, and the table also held entering the Air Force. He is club's! Fine Arts department, had At the close of the meeting refreshments Bradford County Hospital an- Fishing Contest
Beach was maid of honor. I the three-tiered wedding cake and ,I charge of the were served by the
attached to the 817th Medical program. noupnces. the following births: I Under Way AgainThe
The bridegroom's father was I hostess Charlene Dennis.
punch bowl. Group, Pease AFB in New Hamp- Dr. Florence Jennings memberof Mr. and Mrs. James Vernon III

best man and. ushers were David I After their wedding trip, Mr. shire. the Bradford County Library Slade, Jr., Starke a, daughter, North Florida Fishing Con

Fogg and John Brandies, of Jack- Mathews returned to Portsmouth, A rehearsal dinner was given Board, served as moderator for Woman's Federation Patricia Lynn Jan. 12. test, sponsored by the Starke- STARKE FLASUN.MON.TUES..'

sonville Beach. N. H., where he is stationed as an : by the bridegroom's parents at the panel which consisted of Mrs. To Meet In Jax :., Mr. and Mrs. Michael Furillo, Bradford County Chamber of I
father
Given In her -
marriage by
Airman 2-c, and his bride will Strickland's Restaurant in Jacksonville M. W. Cressler, librarian for the Stoke, a son, Michael Ronald.
the bride wore a gown of o i Commerce, is under way again \ .
Starke School Mrs. ,
join him soon. Beach. Elementary The District Four Junior Fur 71o, Jr., Jan. 12.
Day
white peau de sole with sleeves Among the out of town guests Junius M. Smith, chairman of the with L. B. Alvarez serving as JAN. 22-23-24
from of the Florida Federation
Mrs. Mathews graduated of Wom
and bodice of Alencon lace. The from Starke Starke Community Library Board; chairman. Prizes totaling $300 in Hell To
princess skirt was ballerina i Palatka High School and Jones were the following en's Club will :be held Thursday, Keystone Man First EternityStarring
I Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mathews, Mr. and Mrs. Virginia O. Grazier director Jan. 26, in the Roosevelt Hotel,.' value will be given for the biggest : Jeffrey Hunter, David
length and her veil of imported Business College in Jacksonville. To Enlist In 1961
Garl Mathews Mrs. of Santa Fe Regional Library -
and Mrs. Jacksonville, with registration fresh water fish in several cate- Janssen, Vic Damone, and Patricia
Illusion was attached to a regal I I She was employed as secretary at Stefa-nelli. Raymond Ste- Board. 4
Henry between 9:15 and 10 a:, m. gories. Owens
crown of paillettes and seed I the National Automobile Insur- First to enlist in the
I I fanelli and Mrs. Lester H. Hum- Mrs. Edward Burns, Starke Junior club members make area man Persons wishing to register for
may Stan Laurel
pearls. She carried a cascade bou- ance Agency in Atlantic Beach
public librarian, introduced Mrs. Regular Army In 1961
Larry
phries. was
their reservations with the club I the contest may see Chairman Alvarez -

zr William Scoggins, assistant libra- president, Mrs. John Torode, by frank Cooper of Keystone Gene Long, or Alvarez Oliver Hardy

rian, to the club members. Jan. 23.CYF. heights.,who Is now at Fort Ben-I 0.1 Store. Official weighing stations UTOPIAWith
Mrs. Arthur Loudon was intro-
will be Starke Builders Supply
ning, Ga.'taking his eight weeks Delalr.
duced a visitor of the club. Suzy
as and Alvarez Service Station. The
Preceding the program a brief Meets At.: Of"biistc'military training. He is contest must be entered before Pins Color Cartoon

business session was conducted by Blankenship Home the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth catching the fish that is to be
the president, Mrs. D. L. Thomas. WED.-THURS., JAN. 25.26
D, Cooper, and enlisted for assignment registered.

Portable The opening devotional was given The Christian" Youth Fellowshipheld in the Army's Automo- Complete rules will be announ- Missing Corpse
Typewriter by Rev. H. O. Boyette, who was a social at the home of Mrs. tive ced soon. Starring: J. Edward Bromberg
Maintenance field.
introduced by Mrs. Kate Shep- Margaret Blankenship Sunday career I Isabel Randolph Frank Jenks,
After .basic training and a brief
pard, the club's Spiritual Leader. evening. Eric Sinclair, and Paul Gullfoyle.
l leave at home he will enter his
Hostesses for the afternoon; Enjoying the affair with the II Operation Dames
chosen school
assignment. NEED HELP
were Mrs. G. S. Newcomb, Mrs. 25 young people were Mr. and
Sgt. Buck Weaver Army Recruiter Starrring: Eve Meyer, Chuck Hen
R. E Edmondson, Mrs. R. R. Andrews Mrs. Dan Harley and Mr. and
,.said' that Cooper was able WITH YOUR 1960 dersop, and Don Devlin.
Mrs. W. B. Blair, Mrs. E. Mrs. Dick Beise, sponsors.
to his own assignment Plus Color Cartoon
name
PRICES SLASHED K.: Perryman, Mrs. Robert Shaper, The group played games and J : INCOME TAX -
through
Choose-It-Yourself voca-
Mrs. J. A. Griffin. Mrs.E. M. Davis had refreshments during the
tional .enlistment. This WALT DISNEY'SNew
program
and Mrs. Bertha Pearce. party hours.Hospital. makes it possible for men who RETURN ? ? ? All Cartoon Feature,

qualify to name their choice of STARTING FRIDAY

Crews-Weiss AuxiliaryThe assignment ,from more than 100 SEE NEIL TUCKER ,One Hundred and

available courses and qualify,before -
ToldMr. Public
Engagement Bookkeeper One Dalmatians
Hospital Auxiliary will have enlisting. Sgt. Weaver visits

its. .meeting tonight, fourth 120 S. Court Starke
: and Mrs. Russell G. Richeyof general Starke each second and 5 Days

Orlando announce the engage- [Thursday] at 8 o'clock In the Tuesday from 10 a. m. till 2 p. m. : Ph. WO 4-9854, WO 4-2545 M! Plus Color Cartoon "
ment of their daughter Miss Judy Episcopal Parish House. at the Selective Service office. ". I
I -
Carol Crews, to Emil Weiss of _' : .:.r= ._- ... ,, '" ......4., -- -:. : 'U.
:
Lincoln, Nebraska.
.
.
Miss-.Crews .is the daughter of #?* : *-* .
the former Quinelle Crews and
AT
DENMARK'S
the late A. L. Crews Jr., and the

granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.

.:.: \ .':;:' .....,. .
Rai-ford. ,. r ..J."' > ,.. ;....... .
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Mrs. J. W. Weiss and the late :Mr. : : : .2f"::
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Weiss, of Lincoln.
Former List p ,4tit;: : ; :. 10.00 DOWN
Miss Crews has attended Or- ( J ;' ;
: ;: :
Price lando schools] and is a senior at :. ,42,. .. .. ,...... ,; .,...' .
;
I <' 'i'i < ;; :Yt"X:'< ; >: >t ': J.\
;
Maynard Evans High School :: ; 1i.71f'\i'; := : 1i$1 : .:./:: ;10.00 PER MONTH :
there. She is tJ
)New! a member of the / .

$129.48 Devotions Club and Senior High .....,.. ..\. ':<. ; .*. .;WF,::.f: .: .:: SM/7N-cnanwg4 Glee Club and is accompanist tor '''' \ .', ..ttt:: :+(:f'i.l::: o'; : SS/y.i: ..v.:' v..:.-*.#*:j. Jft4"3. > X...
,
the Glee Club. A -<.<:"."'. ...v'v. +..):'", I. ''
STERLINGportaU Mr. Weiss graduated from I ; ::,'* w. N. .x:...: ..\."1>4"" : ..Sd
? :
tJ.So. ,
Northeast School in Lincoln : S. {,., ... .,. ,
High ,
; .' ii iif
NOW II .* Aof. OOT HI ty .Sa fypw&wtorn .... and served as a member of the i 41 g. y.<'IJ. "\.. ,.'" ." :;(: .... k :
?:.. .,0<(, .
.. LOW COST Nthc for ...... MuY Lpwva marching and concert bands. He' :<' :or'

GrodM riM.Tfc. SmhtnCoraM Storing.typtwitN/ii. 4N.vN.nywn.N.d is now with the U. S, Navy and : ,,. .; ; j., :...,:, .. ,: "
to fob M fctmtwcifc f YesY. .; .,.. f.
.
.. <<
W. ... let ft.TryMTwA_wty wl_..lkdra is West currently Naval stationed Base. at the Key:' ii >It X{' '

... The wedding will .be. held in the w
'
Lockhart Baptist Church, Lock- r

: hart, Fla. on June 10. All friends v .

f' Only 94.50 oi the couple are invited. ter. 5y


Plus Brownlee ,Circle

I:.;' Tax Holds MeetingBrownlee

; ., ,. ;
-
; Circle of the First
.. ,
The Portable with big office-size typewriter features Full size Baptist Tuesday WMU with met Mrs. at O.2:30 O.: Webb.p. m. ;

Mrs. L. Powell the 11R
G.
presented::
standard keyboard Page Gauge Touch Selector Tabulator program on "Our Indians," and

also told the story of "Unto These e, 9, 1
Hills," a play performed each (Similar ss' tl 2

summer in North Carolina. Other ToPhoto.
phases of the Indian work were ) '


arnii discussed.Mrs.. M.. H Lang, the leader, ..

xr presided over the business ses

sion. omplete Bedroom Group
,,_' ,
SMITH CORONA Ida Darby Circle met Tuesday
afternoon at the home of ,1Irs. .

D. L. Silcox. The program topic .

was "Alcohol and Narcotic Educntion" In wi'

Brand. with Mrs. Garl Mathews, ,- .;(. jt. oJ f 95
Clipper 84.50SAME program chairman Mrs. F. B. ) .

New Beard, Mrs.' Jesse Newsorae,.and INCLUDES:, .r 1 ,: '
Mrs. J. D. Stanford taking part.
"
Free
4. ,
SIZE

BUT. WITHOUT FULL .TABULATOR'PORTABLE Plus- 'Tax Helen Masters : DOUBLE DRESSER&,' ; MIRROR. .. ..1

Circle MeetsHelen BOOKCASE BED t. :T0 DelIvery j

INNERSPRING MATTRESS .
Masters Circle of the

First Baptist WMU met at 10 a. MATCHING BOXSPRINGS


CHANCE OF A LIFETIM session m. Tuesday room., conducted in After the by church the the business recreation leader-, CHEST TO ,MATCH $19.95$ NITE TABLE $1 9. 95. J


Mrs. M. B. Jordan, the program
..
topic, "The Alcoholic: Problem: ,"

was presented by Mrs. H..M. Hat- It'? A Fact You Can Do Better At"

Other Portables As Low As 78.49 plus tax cher. Assisting Mrs. T. with B. Harding the programwere and


:Mrs. M. H. Sheppard. : furnitt
DenmarK .. re Company

WMU To Meet
.
;: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ; At Lake : .;

< .t OF ,,: STARKE'. 3

There will be a WMU Associational : .

and Smith Corona Dealers meeting Friday morningat 434446" West. Call St. Phone WO 4-4321 t.Starke, :Florida .
Remington .
10 o'clock at the Kingsley. Lake .. "", r- ..,..... r.M+. J.+ 1& ..,
Baptist Church.

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d'i .
..r. Ei: i'ova' -' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAUKE FLORIU.i a' .
"I'nCRSD.J.XU RV 19, 196tec
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0 "A _._._._ _" _._..... '_L ,_._ ....._ ....._ tion, fined $37.50 or'seven daysin : ----" -

editorial jail. Community Bank I
I THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Farmer's
L. . DiaryBy Rosebell Green, Negro, dis- :'
'. orderly conduct by fighting, and Shows Increase I tST.: 1879. ,.:'
,
Sam McGarvry profane language fined $37.50 or '
II II seven days in jail. In All Areasi ri-ORIDA'S OLDEST WKERLT NBWB-'
Are We Driving I our drive with three shrubs that Bobby Eugene Barnett Negro, .r.Jo O'IA + J"APER rrm.KiiED CONTINOCSLIf.MUCK

I I j I I should provide color all year a- disorderly conduct by fighting, i\I! At its annual stockholders meet ;, f..\ll..hrd hara Th.r. ..
Obr Customers .Away? round. Alice plans to have crepe fined 52.50 or 10 days in jail. : ing, held Jan. 12 the Community .t the !....! UHire .. Mark. FU. mmdtr Act at Mar. t. 187
.
myrtle for the summer, cassia for William Aldrfdge, Negro, disorderly ,
State Bank
of "
the fall, and azaleas for Starke. reported an
spring I
:Merchants\ in small communities conduct by fighting, not : increase in
: actually be driving every department of
may i
and in that way we'll have almost j f fa guilty.Leola.
customers, away from their stores-but it need not be : continuous display of bloom. I the bank during the past year. Civil Defense Hospital Receives
that way. I i .5. Aldridge, disorderly conduct 1! It was reported" that the bank $74,779 In
\ I by fighting and public intoxication had an increase in deposits by ten Class OfferedA Payments
I j: A bluebird
was having
good
a
Tips is the conclusion of who has fined $27.50 or five per cent the From Blue Cross
} ;, a man been outstand- I I I time eating the pyracantha berries over same period a
ing' i in the Meld of small community planning, and who has Mild weather this past week, out front, daintily taking one days Alec in Alfred jail. j year ago. During the year the 12 hour civil defense coursein
Matthews, Bradford
spoken to leaders and although spring is not due I driving bank opened 380 new accounts, County Hospital re-
in
several Florida towns during the past I berry at a time. Along came a without I personal survival is being of-
a forfeited
license bond ceived $74,779.65 in
here and had the Blue cross
for another month, I bird most profitable year
year, discussing with them ways in which merchants can things I fresh mocking ran off the of $37.50. fered now by the Bradford Coun- ( payments during the fiscal
are already starting to bud since it opened in 1957. year
increase. their sales to present customers and at the out. I timid bluebird, and then went to ty Civil Defense Probram in cooperation -
same And there is so much work to be Timothy Harold! Crawford: dis- Officers elected for the year' ending Sept. 30 1960, hospital administrator
time, attract new buyers. I work gobbling the berries two at orderly conduct by fighting, for- with the Adult Educa- R. E. Eclmondson
done while the trees and shrubsare a time. were: S. E. Simmons, chairman; announced -
still dormant. feited bond of $27.50. Charley E. Johns, president; Nor- tion program. I yesterday.
This discussion is part of a one-day clinic conducted in I Stanley Clark, driving withouta man H. Willis, executive vice Mrs. C. L. Scholl, CD director, |!, During 1960, Florida Blue Cross

smaller 'community'areas -as a service by the General Extension Took a trip up to Macclenny I:[ One of the interesting shrubswe license. forfeited bond of $27.50. president; E. M. Brinson, vice said Wednesday that the first j I paid a total of 29817112.81- for

Division ,of t ie, Uniyerslty of Florida. During the this week to visit nurseries and I j i learned about on our nursery Gene Bass, disorderly conduct resident: G. S. Newcomb, cashier class of the five week course will all Blue Cross subscribers hospitalized -
this week
clinic ,a penetrating look is taken at. the physical featureso from Glen Saint Marys Alice '!trip, budIt seems sort was of a silly white to Sam red- by displaying firearms with threat ; and Margaret I. Miller, assistant be held Monday, February 6, from I I in Florida. This amount
a small town business district such suggested to do bodily: harm, forfeited bondof cashier. 7:30 to 9:30 p. m. in the USO i exceeds the 1959 figure by more
{ as buildings, open we go up to Taylor one!I!I for people to want a white variety Building. Therein be no chargefor i
areas, streets, off-street parking, and other assets and liabilities of the early settlements in that!I. of a shrub that is pretty because $52.50.Burnell Directors re-elected were S. E. which will be !! than 10000000.
that help in customers drive section. From there we headed i, Dyal, disorderly conduct Simmons, Charley E. Johns, E. course taught II i Four hospitals in the state received -
can bring new or them : of its beautiful red color, but. by firearms by a qualified instructor Mrs. !
east, landed in Georgia and had I that's all the But old I displaying with threatto I M. Brinson, Leila S. Mundy. Hol- j more than a million dollars
away. rage now. Scholl said, and all interested :I
I our first look at the Big Bend stick-in-the-mud Sam he I do bodily harm, forfeited bondof lis V. Knight, Dr. P. O. Pelos. D. ] each from Blue Cross. These

As all of our merchants must realize by now, the busi- section and the lower parts of the that a red-bud's a red-bud, says and $52.50. 'I'''B. Odom and Norman H. Willis. adults Persons are invited wishing to to attend.attend can I I tI t were: Mt. Sinai of Miami Beach
climate in Starke this Okefenokee Swamp. It's so low In addition to the above directors, II Jackson Memorial of Miami,
ness fall has not been all that could should be red.However 1 do so notifying Mrs. C.
I in Chaplain Speaker I Dr. H. H. Aadms by L.I I Mound Park of St. Petersburg,
some places up there'that they I. was elected to
be desired. For whatever the election the late
reason ar-
I i Scholl, WO 4-2801, or by writing
I and St. Vincents, Jacksonville.
build the board.
rival of cold weather, the general national recession, or : bridges across the highway we cant stop progress, At Rotary Club [I Civil Defense, Box 1001, Starke. I
ditches. I I "The bank extends to all its II I
if that's what.it
what have you-the fact remains that most of isWe're eating"better"
our merchants .
i. customers
foods [although theydon't I Lt. [rig Lacy Harwell, of the U. and friends:: its many I I
are far from satisfied with the volume of business A hog raiser we know predicts taste as goodJ.'flying'faster] ,I S. Navy Reserve, a chaplain now thanks for making our bank your : City Basketball Harley, Starling
done in recent months. that; within five years all swine I bank, and invite others to use the
|driving faster, and soon we'll betaking I ministering to Presbyterian students -| To Get Underway I
production will be done on '-conirete" off for the moon. As far at the University of Florida !i i iwas i facilities," Mr. Willis said.:: : II''
One of and that will increasingly i iI
overriding, reason, course one ;
and pigs will be turned out as we're concerned, we learned. all guest speaker at the Rotary I! 1 The City Basketball League will ;,Guilty Of PublicIntoxication
make itself felt unless, taken to
steps are combat -
on a mass production basis justas about the moon while in school Club Wednesday. He was intro- ,I $90,000 Asked \' open the season Monday night in ;,
it is the volume of out-of-town buying done in broilers
,
huge are today. He said. cost and we know it's made of green duced by Rev. Barry Van Deven- I I the high school gym, with three':
this age of easy transportation, and the lure of glamorous of raising out pigs in that-method i
cheese, and who but a mouse ter of the First Presbyterian for Standing games being played each night
metropolitan shopping centers. On several occasions when is about 14 cents a pound, although would want to live there? Church. 1 : starting at 6:45.: j jI !

this matter has been up for discussion at Chamber of Com he said he had heard of Chaplain Harwell said that the Defense j I Recreation Director Bob Benner

merce sessions, someone has mentioned the alarming num one farmer who said his costswere Mayor's CourtHenry Navy had found more than 50''I By Dept. :;i states that he is looking forward I' [Continued from Page One]

her- familiar faces ,that could be seen in a certain merchandising'mart down to .12.9 cents a pound. per cent of the nation's youth :, to a fine season with two new I i I
5I 1
jA $90,000 appropriation for facilities I, cated. Starling had testified that
morally mentally or physicallyM I teams entered in the league which'vegan I
on the outskirts of Jacksonville on any day Most of the cost studies made, Napoleon Barnett got into I unfit for service in recent years, at Camp Blanding is includ- last year. I|l he had two beers during the

during the weekend. however are on litters of eight to Mayor's Court .the hard way,; he I and told of steps that were being I ed in Department of Defense The schedule for this week is 'I morning, with the exception of

Deplore this the fact remains that local ten pigs. It would be fine if all rode down a railroad track in a : taken by the Navy to provideI I authorizations sought for military as follows: !I
as
we may, I two swallows which
sows< brought that he let Harley
number but truck. construction ejects at this session ,
stronger moral leadership! and L Monday I II
money will continue to be funneled into these centers un what happens when you get a litter Barnett's excursion also provedtc I guidance. I of ..Congress. Announcement !1 Professors vs Lawtey 6:45: ; I have as a pill-chaser. He sajd he

less the home-town merchants "fight fire with fire" by the of five or six? be a costly one; Mayor W. T. I Bill Mathews announced that I of the request was made by Rep. : Juniors vs Presbyterian 8:00: ; I'I had gotten with Harley at Arnett

use of more effective promotions better planning and I S. Jackson fined him $100 for mak!' Billy Matthews. I!Seniors vs Keystone, 9:00.: Thompkins place east of Lawtey
merchandising more attractive stores improved A hog raiser went all out for ing that wrong turn. Besides 11; the club's forthcoming minstrel 11 I If approved the funds will be i iI i i Thursday and went along with him just

salesmanship and more complete selections mer meat type hogs, to meet the demand reckless driving charge, Barnettwas t !J I show will be presented Feb. 24-25 I used to convert- three motor ye- I Seniors vs Professors, 6:45: ; I i I for the ride. He wouldn't have

chandise.It of buyers. He bought sev also fined an additional 37. in the high school auditorium. I" hide storage building at Camp I(juniors vs Keystone 8:00: ; Pres- |:t I gone if he had known what was

eral registered meat-type males, 50 for public intoxication. 'I' Ervin Andrews new Starke Blanding into a warehouse for use byterian vs Lawtey 9:00.: ,: going to happen, Starling said.ALVAREZ' .
is all very well to appeal to the patriotism of small 1 and in a short time had producedhis Other cases tried in Mayor's I druggist, was inducted into the Jby the Florida National Guard. II -----
town citizens by reminding them to shop at home, and this first hogs just as the buyerswanted Court in the past two weeks were: '' Col. J. A. Griffin of landing I I

should be done at every opportunity-but this, in itself, i is them. He took them to the Fred Bernie McGee reckless, '! club as a new member at thismeeting. said that the old field house a ,, !II STORE Men's Clothing II
1
market and a buyer inspectedthem driving by excessive Established 1894
speeding
I
temporary type structure built in ,
not enough. The small town shopper thinks that he hasa I j !
and shook his head. "No sentenced to a restriction of hisdriver's !'. the ,
right to his where and how he pleases and FIRST METHODIST CHURCH[ early 1940's was being used -
spend I -- -
-
money -- -
hams, he said --
sadly: "your hogs license after g p. m. for jat present as a warehouse, but -- -
he must be shown how it is to HIS advantage to shop at have no hams!" 30 days. MELROSESunday J i
would have to be That's
Church abandoned because Our Business
home, as well as the advantage of the merchant and the Of course the farmer blew his Randolph Crews disorderly con 9:45: a. m., b 1! of its condition.:: The plan
School for all 11
community itself. This can be done only by adopting stack. "You said you wanted long, duct by fighting forfeited bondof Morning Worship.ages.6:30: 'a. m.mn| I is add: to the three motor vehicle U It's Glass We ,Hart HI!
the met narrow hogs with plenty of bacon, $27.50. p. :' CALL WRITE VISIT
methods used so effectively by promotion-minded Youth Fellowship. i buildings, ,enclosing the 50-foot' or
and at the time and little fat and now that I've Robert Thomas Anderson, disorderly between each of them,
ropolitan merchandising genuises, same Wednesday 7:30: p. m., BibleStudy space converting ..
improving services on the home front to the extent that raised them, you say you want conduct by fighting not and Prayer Meeting. I I them into one large build- Joe Peters Glass Co.
hams. What do
you expect hogs guilty.
i is economically feasible. Rev. Ted Springer Pastor ing. The warehouse is used for ,
"
with hour-glass. .figures. ? Granver Harris, Negro dis I the receipt storage and issue of I
Perhaps a Clinic of the kind that was brought to, such orderly conduct by fighting fined Am PARK BAPTIST CHURCHsond'a I Federal property to the Florida FOR ANY GLASS NEED
Small towns as Mount Dora and Avon'"Park, rribng(others, All. of rchicla: .,proves t-h.. e JL50..9r! .seven days JnJail.. 'School 9:45: a, m.t MomIng Army ]National Guard.. J i We Design Medero StoreFronts,
buyer is going to find fault, no Cranver Harris, Negro, Just Mail Us A Pattern for
: resisting r
I. [ Worship 11 a. m. Training presented
in the, past year would be a start in the right direction matter what in an effort to arrest, $37.50 or Col. Griffin plans for:
seven days Union 6:45: p. m. the new facility to the Defense Table T P8
toward local merchants reclaim some of this '
helping our knock you down on price. And un I in jail.
: Wednesday, Bible classes, 7:30 I I 1313 NW. 4th P!. Gainesville Phone'FR.
Department; while in Washington Fla. 24353J
lost business. If practices actually driving less know what L V.
some present are you you are doing I % Gross public intoxica- p m. Bill Simmons preacher. j last week.
customers away from our stores" then we need to know he'll "steal" your stuff for -----

about it, and correct the situation with all possible speed.If next to nothing. ,.if .you let him.. I H

the Chamber of Commerce is looking for projects i in Things are popinpg up all over .. ,

,.the coming year, it might be well to investigate this sere our place now. Alice has some j6WISHEPHERD'Sn

ice that is offered through the Extension Service in Gaines, flower seeds started, some vege-; .

ville and take our medicine, whatever is prescribed, before tables, and, of course, we have a ,

.the patient gets any sicker than he already is."DropOuts" II small planting of berries. It feels
good to have something growing
again. '
-
Warned seeBut
the fruit trees need prun-

ing and fertilizing and mulching,
There is stark warning to teen-agers in the survey of and a grape arbor should be built

School "drop-outs" just completed by the U. S. Department and more vines planted including: 1 1I I n

of Labor. Those who quit before' they get that allimportant one of the new Emerald. grapes.' I

diploma will have a tougher and tougher time getting S.

jobs, according to the report. They will also earn much One of our projects is the planting i-

leas over their life span, and job satisfaction will be lower of a number of spot along

than it might have been with a completed high school ed-

ucation. WHILE WAITOR
v The Labor Department studied 26,000 students in seven y r

widely scattered areas of the country and came up with the 1 I I

conclusion that this grim fate awaits the drop-outs: Less One Day Service I

money; less skilled jobs; less rapid advancement; and less .' 0
steady employment. WE SELL BROXSON SHOES i

The brighter,,side, of the picture is that the demand for COURT .

the trained, the educated, and thecompetent promise a good

future to almost any YO 'ngster'willing to prepare himself. SHOE REPAIR

Studies show, in fact, that the demand for skilled youth 126 North Court St.

will exceed the supply in the next decade. Starke FloridaE. t

The smart thing to do was.never clearer;.Stay in school, A. Hall Owner & Mgr. I IiI I 1
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get a high school diploma, goo college if possible, makea I TO' WI
definite preparation for your life work. This would be I!, Ww

good advice at any time, but ,is especially pertinent in a

fast moving age that threatens to leave behind all but the stuieitsQflTHEf t I

very best prepared.Don't .
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, Starke and Bradford County citizens, can help stop the BETFRL I 1'72SQ.
flow of more than $100 million annually r through the mailsin \ s : r- !L1-- VIEWABLE < _- = I 1! f 'Amazing "New Vista" Tuner-

frauds.. ? PICTURE revolutionary TV advance- ..

Postmaster G. J. McGriff, Jr.i advises the public to beware iiiOL WORK! 0 :", gives from hard-to-get best picture stations yet ,

of the phony health cure peddlers, money order.and L q = :t "N dramatically improves reception!
check forgers and other swindlers who :1 1
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Digest which dramatically presents the methods used by

con-by-mail artists to swindle the public, and counter mea- .&fm4ooS'd I

sures "that can' be taken by Americans who want to keep :

the mails safe and clean. 1 1
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The JAUNTY Series! 191-ACR-20
Among the suggestions are, these: Don't ,send money r
Beautiful t
l new "Sportabouf full-picture TV
away for any sort of miraculous sounding medical cure-all .
; with "New Yisti" Tuner and Remote Control.
'check information Iimolil' Big 172 square inches,of picture. I
up on concerning attractive sounding OB --
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business offers -' .6'CHOOSE 1 I
received in the mail from A
strangers; turn wasted '-. { O'! 'I Y r
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to your postmaster. I : -

The article describes the Museum of ,the U. ,S. Postal stuD.it'iTT-' I ..:I The Most Trusted' Name in- T&' ':::'-'':!n ." '.. '. -

:Inspection Service Washington, D. C. which .houses some I ..IAIWIICOUOUflhOfIolll"C. .. cl'anMfs.'cont&Js .
of the prize exhibits which have fleeced the unsuspecting \r i f' \. r picture and sound, turns all

public"Take of millions whatever of phoney-looking dollars through documents the years.you receive c Bradford_ County"tELEGRAPH' i 1 AND ENJOY ALL THESE-RCA o. ; : -- 'from power your completelyaff--alt easy chair i ) -!Ui!',;; '


through the mail, with the original envelopes, to your post .

'm ster. If you do you, may save yourself and hundreds of I I! VICTOR PERFMCE FEATURES! : '
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St.-Up.Mark's.Ka..c.. Episcopal: ,Alac wa.'. 45 Martin New: 'Chain Theatres: To Buy I liftS STUDENTS RECEIVE HONORS]] COLE "PosteroCHAIRS .- ifi ;


Sunday "Services-9:45 .,m.
NEWS cnurch, School: ij.-uo, a.m. HornIng The Crescent Amusement Co.:of The following BHS studentsare James Dowling Eugene Ekard r.j
Prayer and S nnoh. Nashville. Tenn. has announced recognized for their outstanding Thomas Gardner, Elaine Gilhooly,
Holy Communion-fu'1t'B that subject to approval by his academic work. r Marcia Haynes, Richard Hobbs. OU

day 11:00:. a.m.'. .;- Third. Sunday, stockholders, it is going out of the Seniors placed the greatest I]1 Marcus Jackson, Ernest enkins, R -
r k:3U ajn.Wednesdayr7:00. exhibition business ,and selling its number-:with 22 students. j Suzanne Judd Linda Sanders, ? -
p.m Choir 45. operating theatres to Martin 7th Grade Barbara: Barks-I Andy Strickland.: Donald Thompson -
Methodist Church CHURCH Practice; 7:4.: p.nu, Litany an* Theatres, of Coh 1 bus, Ga. dale, Phillip Graham, Kathy I John Wager John Williams. Offlttf

HAMPTON BAPTIST Bible Study The sale was announced jointlyby Hitchcock, Betty Register. j I18th 10th Grade Jackie Bales, La-
Schedule for week of Jan. 22: I Roscoe Buttrey, Crescent ,
Sunday Services Sunday, BVUtGREEN Grade Jane Adams, Dell Crews, Vicky Deverick. Rich-
: Sunday Church School for I School, 10 a, m. Morning Worship,'| BAPtiST CHURCH president: and E. D. Martin and Mickey Dansby, Becky Dinkins, ard Durban, Stephen Edwards, 1GUE, r

all ages 9:45: a. Morning Wor- 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30: p. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching Roy E. Martin Jr., owners of Phyllis Haddock, Lee Moorer,I I I Sally Epperson Harriet Goodman

11 a. m. Snack Sup r.;.,for m. Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : Martin Theatres, which alreadyhas la Moore Katherine MyrickJ I| Dee Hardenbergh Ronald Kim-
ffi' 6 p, m. Youth Meetings, Prayer. Meeting Wednesday, 8 p.BAPTIS1 m. Preaching 7:3Q: p. m. PrayeiMstinr 102 houses in Georgia Alabama Elaine Strickland, Richard WainWright i i i i brell Brenda Lott, Jack McComb, ; ,
: p. m. Youth Choir rehearsal, WMp&da* 730 p. m. Florida, and Tennessee. Dee Walters, Jeff Warren :;: Carolyn Moody, Bonnie Jaze- :," !i.: ,
Worship, 7:30 JRw J\I\T..a1 I I The Florida Theatre in Starke Is "' Freeman Lynwood -
1 p. m. Evening p. WednMrtt R'M tu<1v 7-30 John Williams. !I worth Register.
Jtn. A nursery is provided for preschool CIIUBCa one of the chain. 9th Grade -Barbara Biadley, !' 'Walters.11th .
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p.m. Jos. Norman; pastor.llliitLANA
children during both ser-- Sunday Scln*!. 10 a. ,CIL. Wot': l' No sale price was disclosed, but Janice Chitty. Hazel Cogdill, I Grade Gayle Andrews.
.frees' each Sunday. nip Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Serva it was reported to be "several million Lester Austin Barbara Blanken- l

;J Wednesday Prayer ;Meeting, w *i ? m. Prayer Meeungescr. BAPTIXT> CHURCH dollars." I Ship, Bernie Collins, Linda Gainey Spring tension 'k'

fj:30!![: p. m. I Wednesday. 7:30 p.m. Sunday, 'School ";.45 a. m.' em.rn.T.9 T.YYy.YTyy. Evelyn Griffiths, Marilyn back _\ te

'Thw'Sday.Prayer Group Morning Worship! :1 a. m. and I BUS Rated HernwaU, Robert Linsin, Irwin All nylon
k eets in Fellowship Hall, ,,,9:30 a. I HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30. p._ ra, ,Prayer Meeting eats WAXVILLEBy Martin, Joann Mobley, Shirley bearings ,a r ':< '
'm. There wilj also be a 24-hour Sunday Sunday School 10. I Wednesday 7:30'p.. m. Rev Morrison Vicky Moshier.! Grady
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r prayer vigil at the church starting a. m-. Morning mesage 11 a. m.''_George .Ch& pastor. Everybody I lOverstreet, Dorothy Savage, Car- Back tiltsIndependently "r : a
,. today Chancel Choir rehearsal Training Union 7 p. m. Evening welcome Mrs. C. B. Nolan 16 In StateThe olyn Shannon. ,
,j, 7:30: p. m. : message 8 p. m. I I t AAA AA4 A A AAAA A*AA AAAi A A f 12th Grade Sylvia Childs, of seat

) .; lAt Monday Bible Joy. Club 4 MADISON; STREET;BAPTIST' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Padgett announce Linda Cox, Allen Crews Johnny a : j

The Tabernacle: to 5 p: m.Wednesday. I I I 904'Bloelk W. Madison:.St.Sunlap \ the arrival of a baby son BHS Tornadoes placed 16th Devore, Margaret Douglas James
Prayer Meeting I Sch Ol"9:45-: n*,.Law- from J u.G.in, a'< Jacksonville hospital Fender,. Julian Glisson Nathan
f' The Tabernacle, friends of. Mrs ">30 p. m. Choir Practice 8:30.: eon Superintendeni.-,- '.'X',:' i TJie young man has been? in the state newspaper rating poll, 'Green, Kay. Hart, Carol Kouba, No.2810 .

fay Wood are gbdio; know that I p. m. Pastor: Merle t-Packham.|I Morning(\>tfbrship; 11:00r';: named Joey. Allen. Mrs. ,Padgett about a 12 place imprc\ement Steiner torehtzen, Dewey Mc- $39S? '

) she is recovering at a Jacksonvilla Trafnlng Union' G'ilS.jJJm i Harden I !Is the!'former. M1ssBonnl ,.Harr 8, over last year. Kinney. Sara Osborne, Ozell Par-

convalsecent home. from.injuries I I BETHELlnSSIONARY ,'Director. > .':i .' '*' : i daughter of ;Mr. and Mrs. Sidney The improvement in rating was I ramore, Wayne Parrish, Macel ,
received in a recent|; .fall'1t; her |I 1 BAPTIST CHURCH Evening Worship,X4:$Q. Ifafria: of MaxvUle... due to the team's fine season. In 'auley. Marlene Rowe, Betty .
home in Park-of-tJjc-Palms. 'I Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Wednesda'Prayer. ., Meeting, M-Sgt. Raymoni, ,Kilgore has j Salmon, Terry Walters, Sandra
; the it ten I
regular
played Increases
During the weekend 'services, Worship. 11 a. m. Training 7:30- returned home from duty in season Iwhitehea?. Amelia Williams, efficiency by eliminating fatigue.i You can ,

the sponsor use:j l as-.his topic. : Union, 6:30. p. m. Evening Ser- Guam with the U. S. 'Navy Air games and won all but one which]I Sara Woodburn.TaxRe adjust it 4-ways to fit your body. Molded foam
iThe Family of God;" '.; : I lice, 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting. each 'PENTUOSTAL, HOLINESI Force and will spend a leave here was a tie with Macclenny. Later '
i I( Wednesday 8'p.. m. Everyone wel- :CHURCH, with his 'family before going to they played Macclenny again in I o rts.p e.On rubber seat covered with latest Fabri-coated mate

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN. come.-Rev. R, L. Lee pastor. Sunday School, it a., n.: Moms Mississippi; where .he will be an the Strawberry Bowl and defeated rial. Will not stain, crack or peel. Brushed aluminum
CIIURCIT,' T"nKEI IHWAY CHAPEL s Worship! 11 a. m.: Evarig* instructor.Mr 'them. I Domestic 'Workers frame. Solid base
with kick and
390 N Cherry Sf r St. ASSEMBLY OF GOD I''tiC', srrvkep.18'1,, ( \>,o. ni. and Mrs. Joe Mood, for- Tombo Smith, Sam Gardner By January 31 equipped plates .

I Barry D. Van D venter; Minister D. P. 'Burgess, Pastor "Conie. Jet us, ,reason together, :' mer residents, of Maxyllle.: spent Allen Crews, and Ronald Crawford I top bearing casters. Seat size 16%" x 14/" x 2*".
last wpek ;
School, 9:45 m. with Mr. and Mrsfjoss made honorable mention all- i Social Security tax reports are
Sunday : a.
Thursday: Choir,Pr cUce, 8
p. HJgginbotham! I ,,
11r and'family.
m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Even .LAW4t' 0 MINTS state. All four also made all-con due by Jan. 31 from housewiveswho n
Saturday Junior- Recreation, griistic Se vie:: 7:30: p. m. Wed- Ser 1Cei.I ,each Sunday in OldMasonic of Mr.Jacksonville a'rijd Mrs. Howard Bradshaw ference; employ domestic workers. F "EXECUTIVE" Arm Chair
4p.m. ir', '. : -. Lcsday weekly prayer service. 7:45: Hall on E. Call St. Sunday : visited with their Smith, Crews, and Crawford
t i son and ,daughter-in-law, Mr. and Maids, laundresses, cooks, or other Colorful, impressive, the last word in
10 u Sacrament ,
School
Sundav Sunday School, 9:45a. : in. made first team allarea.Gard
Mrs. Buddy. Bradshaw, last Suri household employees are covered beauty. Brushed aluminum satin
Service'i:3O
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m. Morning Worship, 11 'a. m. CHRISTIAN CflURCHCart' _: p..'m} Everyone Welcoiai. ner made second team all-area.
Vesper Service, 6: ;in.'YQUth'&l. CliU'ke.tlnlttu'! .. ." !.! 1'fSt i day.Dan by social security if they are paid smooth frame and base. Tilt seat with
p SUNDAY SERVICES Parrish, E. D.. and Buford. $50 or more in a calendar quarter. adjustable tension and adjustable '
lowship, 7 p. m Junior Choir. 5 SAM GARDNER
Edward's Catholic' Choicb Higginbotham
enjoyed a day of. height Swivel ball-beanng casters. .
p. m. 10:00: .m. Bible School Housewives were notified that N
Stark. Florida fishing at L%ke Lflchloosa lastSaturday ACCEPTS HONOR Seat size, 19'/2w x 1n' x 2%",
Everyone welcome. 11:00: ;n. Worship & Communion .Suncfe./ Mass at 1Q a. m. p* they should deduct two and a

Holyday Masses ut ;8:30: :&. m, & Basketball Bradford's star fullback half per cent from these wages
BOATDRAIN BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: p.m. Evening Worship 5:30: p. 'm.We'ekday.Uass. The Baldwin girl's basketballteam Sam ,
as the worker's contribution toward 1
Sunday School? 10 a. nv_ MornIng at 8:00: a. 'm*.. were Jios$ to- the-Lai(e City, Gardner accepted a four year ; social security tax. At the : s\ O 0 0 0
FAITH. BAPTIST CHURCH Confession U 7 toa girls scholarship to Duke University .
WorshIp 11 a.- m. Training ;" Saturday last Friday night at the end cf each calendar quarter the
Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening ;Wor- LaWterI O'.'mV ; Baldwin rn'm. With the sparkling I' I where he. .plans to major in den housewife must match the'amount I Granite Gray Oak teat Green lr,wn
ship 7:30 p. m. I A. E. Massey. Pastor Baptisms marriage 'and Instructions 27 point performance of Diane I tistry.. Sam spent Thanksgiving deducted from wages and send the No. 2530 SaddU Tan. Terra Cotta Win ,

Prayer Meeting Wednesday, j. Bible school, W II, ra. :bY 'aj3po.intmfint,; Griner, Lake'City' was defeated weekend at the university wherehe 'total to the Department of In- $7959 Sapphire Coral..AppU BIu Cr and*.n..Ru loft "pastel el. shades aft
7.30'p... m.Pastor I Preaching, 11 a. m. by a r f:( fC'riC' SO to 31. Oh 'Saturday 'signed the scholarship. Sam ternal Revenue ..rra
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Rev. Barney Sweat.Everyone I Evening Service, 1:30 p m. .esa N.\i" :.BAPJIST' :the girl's team traveled to was the first boy to sign at Duke i Social Security reports for the ,
Bible Study and Prayer Meet Sunday scftool9:45": ..m..' Momnp Melrose this
Diane Griner and Donna year. .
Welcome. I ;
-;' I h ""n js. 7:30 pm., Wednesday. ,. ahlp tl a.mJ EverJatService Faye Fouraker chipped in 12 Sam is 5 ft. 10 1-2 inches tall i due this month. : BRADFORD COUNTY
7:30 p.jm. .Prayer'
... M *ttefa points apiece to down .Mebose 35 ani; weighs 190 Ibs. He gained Free booklets explaining the
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'day 7:30 Everyone
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to.29. Shirley! Higginbotham Peg-I close to a thousand yards this* :;employer's obligation and benefits
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naator, 'jj. gy Smith, and Bunnie Stokes were season for an average of 6.4 yards ijto i the employee are available at
I \ Andws o outstanding on defense. 'per carry He received offers from the Social Security District Of- TELEGRAPH

DrugsIn After acepting an earlier defeat three other universities. I I ficf'. 411 SW 2nd Ave., Gainesville.
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FIRST CHRISTIAN. CHURCH i
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Cor. Call & Christian Street I -- -
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Wince i Dixie Shopping Center Bob 'L. Badrett, 'Minister came out strong Friday night to 1_ JJr1LMIJIIIIJ UJM

Sunday School, 9:45: a.!m.'Wor-' defeat the Ramblers 52 to 44.

PHONE WO hip and Communion 10:45: a. ,m. Steve.Adams was the high pointer,
4-2511 Chi Rhb\ 5 p.: m. Choir .Practice, with Glynn 'Meeks doing sn outstanding BARKSDAH
6 p JTV. GYP.. 7 p. m." job of rebounding.

Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. New The Baldwin boys also sought /1
For I Training for 'Prvlce.CHT1KCH revenge'at'Melrose Saturday night ,

FilE and were.satisfied by beating Melrose WINTER vlNfE
DeliveryVisit OP GOD 62 to 45: Steve Adams; wasnsain
high pointer with! Bob
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Sunday School, 10 a. m': .Morn a
f ing Worshio, tlla.. m, .SuMat I Kasson i controlling the rebounds. w
Mrs. Raymond Kilgore accompanied -
Our :venng.Seryke.7:15 p, ip--YP>D ,
'rvIee Wedne. .''ay. 7-45':' p: mP ; the Maxville players: to

Praver ''MPeU.g! iila>. 7r4S! p. niSOUTHSIDE Melrosp. Also attending the. game 1 OH MEN'S -
COMPLETE, DRUG STORE were Mr. and. -. Mrs. R.. J; Kasaon WOMEN'SAND I

CHURCH' OF and Miss Peggy Smith. r
We regret that"John: Waters
FOUNTAIN : ; GREETING CARDS 3 CHRIST has been seriously ill in the Baptist :] CHILDREN'S
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PHOTO SUPPLIES Hospital and wish him a
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'>t',.' Sunday Classes,: 10 a. '
I m.; Assembly Worship with. the speedy recovery..
We Fill All Lord's Supper. 1.1 a. m Evening Little Johnny Wilkinson son _
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Assembly Worship, 6:30: p. In.WednesdaY' .
had the misfortune to stick some .
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EKVIN ANDREWS, Owner & Pharmacist Bible Classes splinters deep into his finger .at I I'S-
7:30: p. m. Bill Simmons, Preach- :
r, school on .Monday, one of them I IEII&
..... going under the finger nail and
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Circus Is.Coming had to be carried to a doctor to

have them out. Surely hope. he is
SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! In Jax Coliseum much. better, .by now Q :' I r A rON
: l V w' r* Mr.. and lTommy Baker II I
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February 2nd and Allen Baker of Jacksonvillewere
guests last Saturday of'Mr. I
ON AMMUNITION and Mrs. Leslie Sweat.and family.
The. 1961 edition of Ringling and r
Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Carroll
Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Cir- daughters of Jacksonville visited

While It Lasts All New Stock cus moves under the big top of .Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dan r .1

the Jacksonville Coliseum on I Parrish.We t

February 2, for a '''four day ,en- regret that MrsLacey I,
Going at Brown is, ill Her mother Mrs.
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gagement. .
N. C., .
; Carrie Eagus of Retdsyille; rll
New wild; animal 'acts," breathtaking will be staying with her until she',: ;

,aerial and high wire ..pefformaTicesy is better ,

12 Ga. Standard Load Bx. $$220' pl 's'four newt conceived'iuusical Mr. and Mrs. Guy Frigo anddchildren LADIES F .
; spectacle's "and"the of Jacksonville, visited T4I ON
l hilarl6ustfntI6 l ref the. jingling Su tday.wijh.Mr. and.Mrs. Millard
Clowis; all/add, up.'to_the' greatest Strickland.] _
16 Via Standard Load Bx. $$2.102ft circus, ever\ ;assembled The '"Maxyille 'Congregational l .t% 5_ DRESSES. .
There a7II'be'Seven: performances Holiness Church Is is-hording.revival H./ SWEATERS%
,with matinees scheduled serrt es'this"week' throusb. Saturday I .

for Saturday -an'4 '1:30: ,night';_ Jan. 21..Aifere. !
Sunday- : J LADIES'
Ga. Standard Load Bx. $$2.0Q' and x:30: p.*/m: The, evening performances ?r evangelist will' preach each night to: M*( COATS ,
HftTS
cordially invited
will lie, on' Thursday The piib'lic is .
and 'riday'at 8 "p. jai: and, Saturday attend. ,
at -8:45.Back : --- ;,Mrs. ,Ei.. A, Barber. and son visit-. S !HEMS: +' n 1

: 410, Ga. Standard Load'212" .- - -. again after' surviving 'several ed,in Jessup.- .' Ga. last weekend.' : BLOUSES, uau

hear YafaLf alls; is karold :AI* 'RaYmOnd' 'Kilgore is'recoveringfrom ON 'OUR .. ,.
( zana. the great-' .aaredevili; who -a 'virus iliich had him 'con ;

box $1.80--3" bpx $2,05. skips.ropse and.dancesou, :avhisli fined tolils home for several' days. +. SHIRTS

*. & wire '40.feet above,hfa;ena. floor. We are glad he1 getting better.. $
The huge new Jacksonville Collseumi Mr and'Mrs:: Franklin Bell announce ,

\ with' ,a :'heighfof ;bver ;90 :the"arrival 'of'a: baby: son 5199 i'YJ PANTS.
BIG Savings on Case Lots feet from floor to dome, .gives the i born'-on"'Sunday. Jan. 15: i in Doc-

fearless aerial performers. ;ample! t6rs' Hospital Starke. TABLE Values. to '4.95 0'K
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room to, work high in the air Mr.aril-Mrs: : Lacey:Brown,were r SUITS .
Epf. Next Season while t spectators. have .an, un visitors mJGainesville.last; Saturday .. HM Htfn MBMMVJ .
obstructed view ot the 'big i show ternocm. :, ..... '" -. .. "' .

;Prices,.Good Thru, Jan hi all ;i its 'splendor;. Mrs Earrcook has been ,,ill and LADiES". & CHILDREN'SJ' .
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r 'f" Tickets for'all'performances. are haS returned home from c. ."
sale a't 'the Jacksonville 'where she has been undergoing -
now on '
Or. Until. Sold Coliseum: 1149' East: ,Adams .StI' treatmentMrs.
and the Tourist and Convention Alfred Turner .and daugh- flOES'{ '

Bureau, \ i in Jacksonville"! teF.'.Mrs.: \ ellfWilson.! ,.left Sunday Rarks.dale'sSTARKE
night for a visit hx ICnoxville,

STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES Tenn.. eta Fro L99
: Cash paid for roatf;eitan; cot* Mrs.s Ruby. Durrance and Mrs.

ton" rills:" :'o" iijtfiir: :*w>6l Doa' #: visited With John ',. FLA.fca .
Phone WO 4-4201 Starke. Eta Bring.'ty ,.Brad/oro; Count;-:.T Waters)In the'-Baptist Hospital in I '. t -" '.v.
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78 New Student are: Dowling, GHS, Gainesvtt'e na.Carol' .; Mary Ann Reynolds, Lake.City, task of investigating the possibility -II Call_Street, was control burning Bradford County I''airF."ociittlon.?!! to any persona wbc '

Twelfth Grade: Glenn Harrell Lee, Lee High Jacksonvile,I fla.; Judy Simmons,Clay County of the city joining thet|. the area. Inc., a corporation not for profit, oitlzen of the United dues States at, to'1"-

Added To BHS Eastman, Georgia; Larry Devrick Fla.Eleventh High, Green Cove Brings Fla. county in purchasing a 23-acre ionable of its intention Oeo. I... Patten to apply Judge to the of lion-the and annual to provide membership for the election

Coral Shores, Tavania, Fla.; Nor- Grade: Bernie Collins Tenth Grade: Vicki Dsrerick, recreation site on Crosby Lake. 'IRE BIGHT PO.Nl for Ihf' Circuit Court in and for the Eighth i officers and directors. ,
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man Conner Clay' County Green Clay.County. Green Cove Springs,, Coral Shores Tavania. Fla.; Sonia Jim Bloodsworth, chairman of i I Judicial Circuit in and for ETadford ;, The proposed Office Amendment of the Cler a.
Florida at 10:00(( o'clO'k AM. on file in the
Seventy-eight new students, Cove Springs, Fla. Alan Martin Fla. Janis Paul way JOB write. Come fc and select I County : < for B- .
; ; St. Jonas High I Mobley, Baker County Macs the county recreation board f; en the 8th day of February, A. j the ,ClrcuttCourLtn'and a.

three of whom have attended BHS Sarasota High Sarasota Fla.;. Orange.Park.. Fla.; Sylvia Glisson I Benny Fla.; Marie Chester, Pa- headed a delegation that proposed I your favorite ESTERBROOK I IFODntalD D., 1961 for an order approving and I ford County, Florida COUNTY FAIR
BRADFORD
before, have been enrolled here I Tommy Raulerson Clay County, Melrose. Fla.; John Bollinger,i latka Sr. High Palatka Fla, San- that the city and county each pay TEtE'GRAPB amendment Bradford County to the Fair Charter As..O of< the I ASSOCIATION, INC. .

during the current terra. They Green Cove Springs, Fla; Richard Rule High Knoxville, Tenn..: dra Rash. Leesburg! Fla.; Dwight $500 down on the property and Pen. !; Inc. 'iatiOn.j' By (4S) Kennf'ot C. Grider Pr. *
wr I The Amendment relates to the I dent.
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Mitchell. Keystone Fla.; Sandra budget $1,000 each year for pay- --I II Preface Articles I, HI. V, VI.VIII Attest: ((8) George ft.; Pierce

Bryon Paxon Jr. High, Jackson ment until the purchase price of NOTICE j I IX and X of said Charter; the j I i Secretary--. 1-12 4t 2.
Notice is hereby given bjr the major changes proposed are to open :
ville. Fla.; Martin Carlton Clay 9000.. paid. '_'.

County Green Core Springs Fla.; Albert Hartmann asked the city

Vernon Conner Clay. County, to pay him $150 for damage to

Green Cove Springs, Fla.; Judith
tL 4ILk'- his home and rental apartmentson -
Scheleppi. Deep Creek, Ports-
North Temple Ave., caused by
worth, Va.; Mary Ann Dally Ta "'tf
sewage backing up in the city'slines.
"
vanes High, Tavares. Fla.; SusanSt.
Hartmann pointed out that
John, Fletcher High Jackson
the city had rectified the trouble,
ville, Fla.; Tommy Murraj, Miami
but said he had already to
gone
Jackson High, Miami, Fla. invites you to see
great expense since the apart- .
Ninth Grade: Herbert Nelson
ments had flooded several times
r keystone Jr. High. Keystone, before. City Clerk Merrill Edwardswas AMW OIAY
,
the all-new
Fla.; William Phillips, Hampton
"
instructed to see if the city'sinsurance .
High Hampton Fla.:, Harley
covers such a situation:
Hartley, Baldwin High, Baldwin,
Fred Snell president of ,the
Fla.; Harries Harper Santa Fe
Starke Jaycees received permission BurroughsTENKEY
High, A1 chua. Fla.; Charles
for his club to install bencheson
; "b. Phipps, .Augusta Jr. High Tallahassee city sidewalks. Advertisements

Fla. Wayne Lee Alachua
; ,
on the backs of the benches will ;
County High Hawthorne Fla. !
; be sold by the Jaycees.Representatives .
George Dixon, Deland Jr. High,:

Special Offer F Students Pelahd, 'Fla..: Robert Sibley Key-, of the Life of ALPINE, BLU3. ,
or Georgia Insurance Co. appeared
stone Jr High. Keystone, Fla.;
before the council once again to
Wanda Williams, F iTest. Jr. ELECTRIC I
bid for the city's insurance
High Jacksonville Fla.; Merle pro- .. ,
gram now handled by Gulf Life.
Packham Haines City Fla.; Mar
Life of Georgia offered five .
a
garet Muir Keystone Jr. High .
Famous
V Keystone Fla.; Robert Rawlerson cents per thousand reduction to .: ADDING I
73 cents instead of 78 cents that
Rainhold Jr. High Green Cove
the city is now paying. However
Fla. Linda J
Springs : Williamson,
V ESTERRROOKV Gulf Life has said its price wouldgo
Keystone Jr. High, Keystone.
down to 72 cents per thousandon MACHINE
V V Fla.; Janics Chitty, Holmes County -
the anniversary date of the
High Bonifay Fla.: Jean Grlf-
Fountain Pens fis. Clay Hill High Maxvili. Fla.:' policy which comes in March. '. HA MIST GWn

.' But on a motion by Carl Lamar '. "
Linda Padgett. Clay HI!! 'High
for the modern cSiea
Hw'i 6)9) bfcst
Johns council voted to drop all
Maxvill Fla. Daniel Potts
; ,
%With Anv Point 'Plus Tax Sagertown.. Pa.; Rowe Crawford discussion of insurance until the '..'.tea figft empact, tfl-ilsctrte
anniversary date at which time
Lawtey.. Fla. Robert .Murray Miami
;
Jackson Fia. .the city will take bids from each .8111d is I Kef! wIb 1ft lWaaTavd'Y
High. Miami ; ,

Of Your V Choice Linda Carter. Oak Grove Jr: High, company. WiimW+-

". I Tampa, Fla.; Steve Richards, Council also instructed Attorney

Campas Verdes Jr. High, Highland Arch Thomas Jr. to draw up an

(Esterbrook Pens Regularly Sell For '$2.95) l California; Juanita Griff,. ordinance requiring inspection of SEE THEM TODAY '
all
,
.. natural and LP gas installations u
Eighth Grade: Barbara Mo'bley,. .! Pua&U\\

Points Available Shorthand, Bookkeeping, General Writing, Baker County High Siacclenny,. in the city. I' .' ..
Fla. Robert I
; Reaves Ketterlinus

Student, Signature 5'jb, and Others. Elmore High St.Keystone Augustine Jr.Fla.High; Carolyn, Keystone Conner Back V : ..: ,' ONLY $199 PLUS TAX .


Fla.; Helen Hollingsworth. .

West Bainbridge Bainbridge:Ga.: After\ '. r

NOTEBOOKS Carolyn Underwood,' Hillard Getting BRADFOR DCOUN1Y TELEGRAPH

.
V C Grode High Hilard Fla.; Bill Ed-

wards, Jacksonville Fla.; Ken-

neth Carter, Rhea Central High Jaycee Honor
Red and White r -
Dayton Tenn.; Diana McClung.

with "BRADFORD HI" Fla.Baldwin; Wayne High School Alldredge, Baldwin West [Continued From Pace One] 1* V Sell It Rent 11 Trade ItWJ.rffA I I l pet FOR Cage. Phone RENT. furnished.WO.- one,4-0971 No S bedroom children Mrs. L. cot..D.Pining' or.

% .11I
: Printed Cover 2tp
on Plus Tax Bainbridge High Bainbridge Ga.;

Johnny Kitchens, Cadwell High, the University of Florida. Three ; I xft\f.'I -B. R. Home

Cad well, Ga.; Welson Johnson. terms later at 28, he was'elected TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED ,i I For 919-Sale;N.with''email Thompton down St.: payment

Rosa Edwards Elementary ,Hen- by his colleagues as Speaker'ofthe 1 Monthly payments to suit you or

Reg. lOc Crusader Notebook Paper-3 for 25c dersonville N. C.;. Raul Fernandez. House; the youngest man, ever WF.MtlRI! 1.'I 'AMD','BEBOMTTIOX8 _u_.-- 4' Cmt e.r "'.$ I or will out trade,. acreagelots(or.your property or Lake town pro.
Gesv School, Miami Fla. perty. nil'take.boat outfit or small
i Seventh Grade: Primadon Cole,. to hold this office. In 1950 he was zewoaya OR 'JESS.:O.< IfcsertUsi (Ml.lm.Bi C..rset ___1 ____ .rirAca.AnntTtoSAIGwonD car |tn tradeThis; 1s real nice com
named one of FlorIda's' Five .. I plf'tl'tdlb ath.'Or will move to
Out
'* V Melrosg: ,.Fla.: Wayne Mobley, ; your .,WL-.t l'rl'ace.. Call\ or writeJ
!>- "** Baker County 1? High. Macclenny, standing Young Men by -the .State : OVER. so .:- ___..:; Ie r" WMV ;, R.v U; Ut. 2 lion :5', phone
g.25c lomposibon Books-zOc :> ..199', Lake City( Fla. tfchgSYLVANIA
eacn Jaycees and last J% DItiCOCNT"' UV REPEAT J\F.HT10\S ttiHiC All
Fla;: Michael Agner, Penney I spring he was .
SSe AQUf110'4J4 J"OOtlLI ADS OR ADS NOT PAID tit ADVANCB ,I '
Farms. Fla.: John Spengler, Cathedral I elected Florida's Commissioner. of .-;- ) -- TV's

Parish, Jacksonville Fla.; i I Agriculture youngest man even to FOR R :''T,- < be'droora.. 2 bath i FOR I .' ;8ale k: Set Ice
serve in this capacity. unfurnished house. _Co \'tnh'ntly! lo-! HOMK REPURISGDOCKIii |
DeWayne Alday Kusson Aveiue
; I cated. Phone WO 4-6S84. 4tp_!_-% AUDITIONS CALL STARKE. .RADIO & TV
Mary Williams, Jacksonville, Fla.; Present with Conner for the I JIMMY KICKS. Jit. I.B 3-2072: '''PboneAPPWANCES: \V o; 44511

James Roach, Clay County 'High. ceremony in Kansas City were his I SINGER. S1W1'NG 3UC1t1N1 E CO. STAIIKE. FLA. FRI

SEE IT! TRY IT! Green, ., Cove Springs. Fla.:; John wife Kitten his brother and sla-} -1 Sewing SALES* ;macblnes.v-Vacuum tAND SERVICE'cleanersand'FWr.pdllfrhers. 4tchg !-% ". : GIDAIRE \

Bradley,' Penney Farms Fla.; ter-In-law. Mr. and Mrs. LUcian Wa 'service.all FOR RENT One 2 bedroom nouse j f'

.. Ound\! Sties, GHS, Gainesville, Conner and. Mr, and Mrs.. T: H. I make AND be'Wing, DELIVKRY.jnchlnes.Write FREE.40 PICKUP % N.MAeioli. way unfurnished.16 north Phone of Starke.WO 4-1513. W. ,Gaa-Hi-. FOR RENT 1*!->' S.bedrpom, unfurnished

I .. F9a.i Virginia Potts Saegertown, Slade of Starke. 't[ ..St., 'fcatti i City.'-!Fla, Phone klns. Rt .2 Box 93. Starke tfchg house at 309 Clark St SeeBilI''t'iraham
,.' ,e9 MO.:- {w .: tfchg Alva'r<% Store. ItchgCRSKRV
< 'Morgan
;
Pa ; Car lyn Lawtey, -
.-. Fla':" June' Button Oak Harbor.iHighTOak SANTA 7ILLHL'- 1955 Ford Custom Fordor V-8 only \ STOCK FOR SALe
"Ir- t *I" :: 29500. New tag free this weekend. .
1' We hayeover' 100,000 nice fruit
:
8 or 7'Ilcrea water front for Bale.
tJ' Harbor Washington; Using Shotgun Terwillegar Motors. ltchg i tree and Plants,
NEWESTFASTEST Cash or terms.. A, J.Thomas} Starke,' shrubbery, Hedge
shade' landscape material of
M?tliyn'Woodham. Oak Harbor Fla. frees
FOR
SALE House trailer 8' x 36'; quality, of Citrus trees incans
__ High Oak Harbor Wash. :2s!! rooms. Fully equipped. A i I r Hundreds
con-
For' Sale. Or Rent- House trailer. wxwith",frt>It. See our plantsfor
___ Also Jo Ann Noegel. SouthGrade To Fight Fire Can be moved to your'own lot. J. WO dition 44891.819 W. Cypress. St. Phone qu41it# ;A;saleafl and Camellia
3tchg % !
-
__ B. White, -phone WO 4-1651. 50c iip: O. C.'Carnes: Nursery 10 ml.
__ High Homestead, Fla.;: V Ztehg 1-26 I Fast cf 'Keystone Heights Hwy 100.
[.Joseph Brown, Cornelia Georgia. V FOR SALE Phone'' $84-4665. Florahorae, Fla.
Ready mix concrete concrete block, ". /
WE HAVE i new )". program for ftt'hSt2
Is New Twist farmer. rones., fence posts sand cement. I .
V "Loan rt I.to I yean I '
PORTABLE. i for the, entire credit require MoUr mix rock at eel. oyster shell : FOR SALI: i* Frlgtdaire refrigerator -
Council Not..To.Recertify moat, nt the. farmer and his family. LlTierock and Ro6f Gravel. Phone perfect condition 1 large
I ; Gainesville Production Credit WO4-2S21. Bradford Engineering porcelain sink with! fixtures. Fire
Probably no one has ever J Association; 1Z0 Hortb Male: Co. tfchg ffcreen in 'bronze.. Cheap tor cash.
TYPEWRITER palq.etrt 1..-Fu.V* ""n,I... Mrs. A F. Sauls,, 133 MaMahoa St.
thought of using a shotgun to putt I ,.. CALL Jackeon for tp fill dirt phone WO 45774. tfchg
V !FOR RENT -i 2 bedroom unfurnished bulld zing and grading. W. T. I
out a fire but that's
exactly what
house 39 Jackson. WO 44011. tfchg PEYTO VLO1IIIIT
| See
pep mo. Mrs. '
IN THEWORLD the Starke Fire Department did I II'Smith DtVoe. corner Adkins and lie ". THOMPSOM ST.
'Orange St. ltp, FOR SALE Business-residential PHO-SE WO',4d1a3MGIIT ,,
Wednesday afternoon when a''' combination WO 4-3S91 .r WO ...1mUlJl1'IYCTlVIC
II I \ Housing ProjectContinued property at 217 E.
yvS frame house on South I' IUDIOI aE:!.uRED Prownlee St.. Starke. Fla. Contact 'PJAJWEBIWPo
Temple ,41):Rake* -.AU .... owner at 6950:; Rollo Road, Normandy WIRE, FLOWIBS ANTWBEE
Ave. caught afire. _a$... 'Lint1 ..ar...... Subdivision, Jacksonville, Fla., or tfchgFurnished"
[ From Page 1] IUJ. Ps>Cltlrs RADIO TV phone EV 4-6138. tf cbg
The house owned by E. W. !ataaa Grte.. Owmer4U *Apartment For Rent -
e for the E., Call St. -Phoae N''U ......1 Mrs. Leola Roberts :0i W. Adkins
gram city Hayes FOR
+ 7 now. AU three and rented by taxi driver Starke. FU. RENT First floor apart St. after .;30 p m._Zip I-II
.'e tiv 4 also said that there were many Shorty Rosier, was set ablaze bya for ments.rent Close sale.In desirable. Also house
or
empty apartments in town kerosene FOR 'BALEBermuda and Pahal I Very easy terms. FOR RENT 2 bedroofi unfurnished -
now. heater which 513 N. Cherry St. tfchg
apparently grass I hay. V. R. -Ferguson, phone house, at 394 Weldon St. Mrs,
New P. O. Plans leaked fuel Fire Chief R. C. WO f.f 511' 4tchg 1-19 J. n.. Carltnn. 74? .Lake St.. itO
mother action the [Red FOR SALE
council Buford
con- explained. With the New and used Used refrigeratorgood
1 i COLONIAL FLORIST Building Supplies FOR SALE -
sidered architect's plans for' the entire inside of the.house burning, I Only Px T.. D. Florist in Starke. Drive way pipe. 15' lengths $1.24 condition ISO Used electric
renovation and expansion of the fireman needed a hole in the side. Flowers'fclrfd' Any price: Flowers per foot. See Billy Jackson, Jack drink box $25. Phone WO 48251Itchg

Starke post office, but decided to of the attic hose ;for alj. occasions locally Phone son Building Supplies. tfchg
so a could douse
flVEASY .WO 4.'nii 8>. East Nona St. tfchg -
IV ask the Gainesville firm of;Mobre the.. flames. FOR RENT Either of two vacant INTRODUCTORYOFFER
and May for information FOR SALE 1J5J G.- E. Automatic lots In Starke ton North U. S. 301.
I more "Want me to make you a hole in washer: rood condition. $60 terms Mrs. Leola Roberts Ph. WO 44754.

before the plans are approved. that wall" asked Stanley Noegel, j$58 ca.h.1350'w. Plandlns St. Itchg 1-26 Engraved Business
Phone.WO S-(81 after :5; P. m. ,
TERMS The architect's plans call for ,
who had been -
hunting. FOR
V 2tp 1-26: RENT 2 story modern farm Stationery
expansion of the building northward "Yes sir" Buford house. Located S. MI 301. Call Conner 500 Letterheads f
replied. "
Noegel :FOR 'RENT Furnished apart Ins. Agency WO 4-4501. tfchg
FROM to Jefferson Street, and for -
YEARS AHEAD then fired three shots and made a ]mental;."Reasonable' rates. Near 500 Large Envelopes
the removal
of Carl 'RitC 's
V neat round hole in the wall, Bu V shopping center.. Phone WO 9-i011 Business Cards
ANGLE :
500
ANY
NEW V plumbing business and home or call.at-JlJ. ,S.' Cherry St. (Shell
which ford said, spreading his hands to 4 Oil. ;Co. Of rice. FINEST ENGRAVING
are directly behind the
present show its size.Firemen _' v tfebgFOR.RLNT'1'
post office. Plans aIso 'call ALL FOR 48.05
STYLE..SPEED..SPIRIT had the J JI .: bedroom furnished
IN for a drive-way along*the east I blaze under
control cottage.: : Redecorated; Nice for couple. Plate Included
in
and south sides of the present I about 15 minutes after : .. lit,Lake St. Adults :Mrs. A. F.

Here's a portable that's ALL NEW inside ''building. they arrived. Buford stated. The !Sauls.; 133 ,McMahon_ St phone WO BRADFORD COUNTY
45744.: Itchg
:chief said that all furniture inside TELEGRAPH
and Galaxie better with less Council was principally, con- ,
.4 out gives typing cerned about a possible traffic the house was a total loss. : AsTINGS'.1rIA1TRESS -
NEVER TOO' LATE
TO JOIN
effort than before. Trace its modern lines.
ever which Three other small fires EVENING CLASSES
problem might be: created causing '&, UPftQLStEBY WORKS tor adults. AU
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Try its responsive touch. You'1/ see why the by trucks'coming'out of the pro- little damage were, also reported 116 Lemoa 8t. N, PalattaFmrnitDre subjects. Pox Credit lll if., wanted.Starke, or Writ call

Smith-Corona Galaxie is everything you ever posed drive onto busy 'Walnut during the past week. The ,first 1irectoro 71, or vlsjt' Adult Education

wanted in a portable. street.- Light Plant Superintendent happened Sunday _night when a I Repaired, Upholstered J. y tlonal Office Information., USO Bldg.Negro for adults add -

f Riley Wasdin also stated ,that stove pipe too close to a wall & RefinishedMATTREtEBUILT :contact principal RJB SchooL tfcbg

the architecture firm had requested caught the wall on fire at the I
home Complete Tee Service WORTH THE TRIP?
of
Mrs.
him to remove power lines along Myrtice Nichols 'New : '
i Jefferson Street adjacent ,to 511 East South Street. Innersprings Pruning Bractng'DOMOM.- Mobile Horaes-.Always below
i FREE: ... from Smith rona ;and Box Springs market and clean.
the* post office since they would The second blaze occurred about lag. Cavity Work Tree Be- *
i with Smith-Corona P ortablg. A Drop Uf a Cud or Call moral Transplanting LAKE GENEVA 4
every
be. too close to' the new buflding. 11 p. in. Monday night at. the -

iiVI .v, complete touch typing course,. on Wasdin stated that the lines home of Jewell Hankersorv a' Negress f AMTKA ,EA *..9ieaSTAME Tree Surgeons TRAILER' PARK
,
records! woUld'have 'to be either put under who lives on North ,Temple WO ffiSUUBS. : PETE -SAPP. Owner 1 ml SET ,of Keystone ate

.23 5. YAtVf ground or moved to the other Ave. The! small fire was caused I I PEGGY. 8HAUEB,Starke t STARKE PHONE WO 4-33A5 '. on Route 100

: ____ V .::T:- -' -" ,V, side.of the street both expensive by a faulty flue. Buford said, and A_ For Expert-Tree Surgery Call Our FOR RENT *- Nice 2 bedroom

: : 'propositions. City Attorney Arch'Thomas'Jr scorched the roof and wall around ,.. P unfurnished J14 ose. Refrigerator la.
IV >. >i FOB BALE ::1 h..,..m bf Hk Agent cluc!* 'nQ month. Call WO 4-IJSS.
.... said It. his the stove '
? was opinion pipe. 1 I.....; fl..r.- titauyktitauyI3trltr.N 224 N.Temple Phone WO 4-S965 . lIp
l ; the only way the federalgovernment The third fire a woods blaze 4adeeas ," hUe sat eatable B rFtt. ,
could make the city aene Vrle! i t. aeO. 1113: Pratt INCOME TAX SERVICE nd .Eord' Oatatle Town Sedan.
between East Call Street and the It,. P4M "WO.f41ft,.r WO .4-5211. Mondays thru Fridays after 5 p. m. V-8, ,powef steering, brakes, radio
move the lines would be to condemn uekg All day Saturdays. select .&11' condition, Loral owner
the property.. which would Bessent Road proved to' .a .f .- Charles Hutcheson. (21 Pratt St. Save $140*. Twwlllegar. Motors.
Bradford.County TElegraph false alarm. After,the Fire Department 1 ll51, PJyflnouth. .f'ordor Hardtopva WO 4-1195 IStchg 4.13 .av..# i} ltcbt
mean they would have. to pay for .. Pull *. .-button: traJIsm".ion.'UJ .
it.,, -. was called to the scene.Bu r and b *ttr. Doe owner. Special A.'lTEDR.. N.' or 1.. P. N. Nurse FOR.SALB-44l'iatge> building lots

..... :, r d i Mrs. Johns was assigned the ford stated it was found that Price >f$MSTerjrillegar. .* Motors. I for relief work. 4 days a week. on Bessgnt R oad,,. See. C. C. Wynn
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVA- -



.. 8TABKE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY JANUARY 19, 1961 .



I KEYSTONE 'HIGHLIGHTSBy s. ..xwt .<"'.:-'zI ':,' "'.. Contract Signed TTT TVTTTt V V V V TT T T.:T? '!last week in Jacksonville.Mr. .

:- 'Or, For New Melrose and Mrs. John S. Rynd and

By Mary K. ::, ri MELROSEBy children of Atlanta Ga. returned
FPP Post Office
i '<-I > '," home after spending the week

,- : :. Mrs. Alice Rothhammer with Mrs. Rynd's parents, Mr. I
Enactment Told t"j Postmaster General Arthur E. and Mrs. A. C Spires.
Former FBI AgentIs >. Summerf has announced that oaauuuaaaaaa
a
Mrs. Self
Capt. and Mrs..Robert C. Jack .. ., aaaaaa Ima of Gainesville
Guest contract has been signed for the Mr. and Mrs. Alman Self and
son of Keystone Heights announcethe SpeakerAt >. .;..-r >..s Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Watson of sons
I rental of new post office facili- I
of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Larry
'W'9i
engagement of their :
Jacksonville
daughter ,
: \ spent Sunday with
Keystone CAPBob ties in
Melrose. The successful
;
I Pearson and daughters of
Gaines
Hilda Lane, to Larry Frank: CooPer T rr ,. V Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Robinson.Mrs. .
bidder was Col. Harold Ashley of
I ville. Mr. and Mrs. Heburn Self
son of Mr. and Mrs. KennethD. 4 y D. M. Hobt of
O'Keefe of Indianapolis, ? .. ,Melrose, and the agreement fora Colorado.. and children of
Gainesville Mr.
cooper of ,,Keystone Heights. Springs Colo is
Ind., who spent more than 13 period of five years with a two- visiting her parents I.I. and Mrs. Winfred Campbell and
The wedding will be an event I with the ''r Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Ferrell:
years FBI was guest renewal
year option.
I cL f sx children of Laurenceburg, Tenn.,
a
of the spring and will take place speaker at the Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Neefus are;,
;
Keystone Heights The
new postoffice headquarterswill I
Mr. and Mrs. Pascal Carr of Key- I
St. Anne's home after
at Episcopal Church.
Squadron Civil Air Patrol meeting r be in the building formerly an extended visit to I '
Julie Walker EntertainsOn Westfield N. J. stone Heights, Mr. and Mrs. Gale
Monday night. \occupied by Huffman Sundries on Campbell
of Gainesville and Mr.
Friday evening Jan. 13, Mr. O'Keefe told of his experiences iBellamy Ave., just across the Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stedham attended I and Mrs. Herman McGuire and
Miss Julie Walker, daughter of I
in dealing with counterespionage l street and slightly north of the the Evangelism Conference
Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Walker, (Continued on Page 4)
during the war and t t, t present; post office. The buildingwas .
celebrated her 13th birthday also during his several .
years spentin aye s purchased by Col. Ashley I
[which Thursday] with a' / *
was
Russian territory. ; ? from Mrs. Harry Huffman and .
skating party for her girl friends.Julie's lIKE DECORATING
It was his opinion that this will be extensively remodelled Before SHOP
father and her uncle Jack
country would never get into a the post office moves in, pro- .
Strickland, drove the girls to hot war with Russia. "In fact." & i. bably in March. It will provide In Wiggins Building Keystone
Heights
Gainesville in station. wagon. he said, "the Russians might even b 1,376 square feet of floor space, a

become our allies against Communist loading platform with covered

China some day." Keystone's New 'Official Family'Members I ramp! and ample space for patron tin PAINTS ANDPAINTING

CHIROPRAdCSCORES A new member of the Squadron parking. Additional air conditioning N

from Starke is Lacy Conway whois of Keystone Heights' E. Wiggins, and E. E. Williams. ment of city streets, adoption of a will' be installed, as well as y AIDS

ANOTHER \ also flying instructor at the "official' family" manage to smile Second row [1-rl: City Clerk Jack I zoning ordinance, re-drafting of gas heating units. ollOl

'CTORYI I I Keystone Airport. in spite of the many problemsthat Haberstroh Councilmen Fred election code possible property Mrs. Mary F. McGee, Melrose

A recent survey of Workmen's face this growing community Dodd and Bill Beam. revaluation, litigation over Key- postmaster, said that it is plan- Wall Paper Samples
that during the new ye -r. First ned to add at least another sec-
files reveals
Compensation
They skated for about hour anda Among the problems the City stone Beach and the usual
an as-
row (from left]; Councilman
.. tion of 50 mail boxes to augmentthe
the cost of care In back Injury half and returned to Julie's Dads must struggle with duringthe sorted
James L. Hetherington, MayorM. headaches that any city 210 now in use at the presentsite. We Do Papering and PaintingFREE
cases treated by Chiropractors home on Lakeview Drive for cake L. Beasley. and Councilmen G. ensuing months are: improve- I council must face. .
was $20.8% while the cases treated and hot chocolate.
It was also pointed out that the I Estimates Phone Keystone 4505
by other methods was $S4.4S per Julie's guests were: Betty Jean Tree Planting tion Club. Melrose School Chosen''!
new post office will remain under -
case. This not only represented a Cross, Janie McMurtry, Pamela For your kind cooperation we ., _.. _. .. l
Under For while rent- - '
Project ObservationBy private ownership --- -" "'
large financial! saving to the Insurance Thompson Linda Anthony Jackie Way thank you. I nnacdiuOTMHiHwIFF'S_ __.____ -- __ ._-. "i i. _-.-'_,
Fox Norma Valdejulli Marian At Keystone We have always maintainedthat Student ed to the Federal government
AirportThe
but the employee Teachers
company and hence will local real
more in Keystone ; pay
Beasley Dolores Murrhee, Renee goes on
was returned to work with estate taxes to bear its share of DRIVE-IN
Belote, Pat Darby, and Sylvia Town of Keystone Heightshas Heights, per capita, than goes on Dr. Janet McCracken professorof THEATRE
i/j the time loss which meant a Dodd. launched a pine tree slanting in New York City. Just look at elementary education, Univer- the cost of local government.their .

saving not only to the employeebut Howard Murphys Have A Son program to provide a possible that array of organizations! sity of Florida, has chosen Mel-

to the employer as welL Mr. and Mrs. Howard Murphyof source of revenue some 15 or 20 PTA PostponedThe rose School for a real life situation Keystone Heights

When accidents strike you can Silver Lake have a new son, years from now. regular PTA meeting for for her student teachers to ob children to the Hall every

cave both time and money by contacting born Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 10, Slash pine seedlings are being tonight [Thursday] has been serve. Saturday morning.

your Chiropractor at once. at Bradford County Hospital. The set out on a portion of 2,800 acres postponed because of semester Thursday of last'week, 23 young Altar boys for Sunday, Jan. 22 Friday, Saturday, Sunday-Jan. 20, 21, 22

Bring your health problems to boy weighed six pounds and was of the old Keystone Airport deed- tests, and will be held Thursday, student teachers spent the day in i.will be David Schaeffer and Her-

named Frank Edward. Mother and ed to the town by the Federal Jan. 26. the various classrooms at Melrose bie Nelson Jr. For Sunday, Jan. All Shows Start At 7:00 P. M.

theDr. ,son are at home now and doing .government in 1946. The acreageis Mrs. Elizabeth C. Holmes and as Dr. McCracken said 29, Lee Sutton, and George Allen.

H. G. Bollinger fine located about three miles Mrs. Elizabeth C. Holmes) a "They were given excellent op !Community Church

Duplicate Bridge northwest of Keystone, and was resident of Brooklyn Bay Circle portunities to become better acquainted Time of the meeting of the

Chiropractic Offices The Duplicate Bridge Club will used as an airport in World War for the past seven years died with children and the Young People of the Community 1DBERS- !

42< N Walnut St. meet this evening [Thursday] at,, II. Monday morning, Jan. 16, at the ways in which teachers and chil- Church has been changed to 7 p. (

Phone WO 4.2881 Starkeor the regular time, and will decide When it became surplus to government home of her daughter Mrs. Guy dren work." m., every Sunday evening. ..

upon future meeting days at this needs ,the land was Carter, on River Burch Lane, in This is the second in a series of This Sunday evening, Jan. 22, THE MOTION PICTURE GIANT Of

728 E. University Ave. meeting. Be sure to come. deeded to Keystone,,with the Jacksonville. She is survived by visits by different University of Mr. and Mrs. John Bird will present 1960 BY THE AUTHOR
two daughters Miss Jean Holmes I the program and with their!
Pbone ,,2860 .= Gainesville Another Son For MorgansMr. stipulation that the town would Florida education classes to Mel-
in Nepal, and interesting background, it should
employed overseas OF'GVJN'i
rose school which chosen for
and Mrs. Donald Morganare continue 'to maintain and operatethe was
20 Tears
Expt"ritnre.T Mrs. Guy Carter of Jacksonville.Mrs. (Continued on next Past
happy over the arrival of their "airfield and care for the other field study because of its parti-
Holmes had been ill since I
,, property with funds derived from cularly fine teaching staff, up-
the land. ,. ._ \ September. She was a nativeDuval +of to-date teaching methods, and INSURANCEAutoFireCasualty' I

Mayor M. L..Beasley. :.said that County. She was active in progressive leadership under the I
McKAY AT KEYSTONE 'St.
Anne's Auxiliary, being a
about 500 acres of the lands\ well administration of Principal Clar-
member of St. Anne's Episcopal Bonds .and Allied Lines
stocked and some"of this timber ence C. Holden it was said.

has been sold for maintenance of Church. Reynolds Insurance


DIANA SHORES Development Opportu- the landing airport strips hanger, The, runways airport and is Tuesday Funeral morning services from were All Saints held any antique pieces you would like I Agency BU INESIHIER( 'I .

ft. I .
nity. 1400 Lake Front Episcopal Church in Jacksonville. W. L. Reynolds
headquarters for a unit of the to display call Mrs. Lawrence or I
22 50 ft. Private Road. 5 miles South of Grandin. Ph:: 2442 2701 ar
acres. Civil Air Patrol and is also open Sewing ,Contest Date ChangedThe if you would be interested in sell- -

$10,500. Terms. for use by private and commercial Vogue Pattern Sewing Ing some, they will be sold on a I Keystone Heights, Fla. __ _.__. _.c. .__ .;;' "- __ ___ .

planes. Contest, being Woman's sponsored Club by the consignment basis. So, antique I ......... ,,: _....--.=. =, :-::- -=::: ,....-.;
Keystone an-
was --
I V I Two Choice Lots. SaBLHRC Mayor Beasley said that an air- lovers, here is your chance to get

BROOKLYN dy Beach. Good Shade. port committee composed of him nounced for Feb. 9 last week but to something really nice, perhaps. ;.pm....; easiestcar.In tbe--LI II ftfata Tote IecIiQ ..
has been
that date changed
$3,750 each. Terms.CRYSTAL self H.; L. ,Ownbey, and Fred Remember, Jan. 27, and the ad- !! shown, with optional white I dfevslUrea.
Dodd, together 'with'members of Tuesday, Feb. 21. This will give mission donation'win be 50 cents. 10 is easierihan e rto b1M'tl! YoarH Jove Falcon station wagoca, too

the county, and, .Interested citizens, the seamstresses a little longer to Meanwhile, don't forget the
LAKE $2,000 Cash' had studied plans of p'how*.t'best' ( ;' wotk 'on their creations. Remember !Spring Fashion Show coming- up
only Vogue patterns can be
to utilize the'acreage. 9 in March.
used, ,and your interpretation and CHURCH NEWSSt.
"We decided:on the pine tree,
planting program". he said "as: execution of your choice of pat William's Catholic I

HALF MOON *1750 Terms. the soundest plan Although the terns may win you a nice prize, Boys and girls of school age

.deed stipulates all monies derived i and a chance to compete in an- from Grades 1 through 6 will attend M
other category. F 4- .. .S JrS'r r .
Catechism Classes at 10 a- 4
from the land be used for maintenance i
Call Mrs. William Dawson at I
: and operation of the airport m. each Saturday in the Church
Excellent 3 Bedroom, 2 Baths, Large Living Room, I 4181 or Mrs. Leamon Ward at
we feel the government will Hall. This year the children need
Fireplace Furnished Kitchen. Corner Lot. $15-
Large 3503 for full particulars.
to which should
amend this agreement when the not go Starke .
500. Term Woman's Club Anniversary make it convenient for'their ;
trees mature and allow us to use more
On Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 24,
mothers. Since it impossibleto
surplus funds to help our city. was FMGQ
Clay-Bradford County Farm the Keystone Heights Woman'sClub get the Nuns to come to Key- x
S. E. H C win observe its 37th birthday -
KAY REALTORAssociates Forester Don Champion set' up a stone Heights to teach Catechismthis .fiy4
the club organized in
management plan for'the.. reforestation as year several kind ladies of +
January of 1924. Festivities will have volunteered to instruct
-
the Parish
He advised
program.
Mrs. M. & Irene Brault
: Ilgen with covered-dish lunch- .
begin a :
the council to plant 1,500 acres the children, so in order to .v. ,
eon at,I p. m., and the entertain- worthwhile, ::* : .7...' b'a ,
make this project par-
Phones
be
: 3071 2051 2391 4151 which will done on a gradual .
ment will be in charge of Mrs.
should cooperate in getting
basis. A total of 2.000 seedling will ents
Keystone Heights, Fla. be planted on.275. acres this year. John Karges. All members are
asked to be on hand to celebrate ,
this historic day in the growth of. Removal of y sic

our little town. Excess Hair i j'A: haYF',$n 'Yr Jeri .
second son Scott Booher Morgan Garden Club To Meet ; .. / ,
J $ ; Cl. : y. .S,
I ic
; who arrived on Tuesday morning The Garden Club of the Lakes byEDMUND a''s' ,
KWL Jan. 10. at the Bradford County .will hold its regular meeting on J J r/ h

r /) Hospital. It seems 'that only yesterday Thursday, Jan. 26, at 2 p. m., at DWYER Y yl i. :

\ we wrote similar notice about the home of Mrs. Lena Clemens Electrologist N.Jg r.i n' J .
!
b Morgan's first son. Donald YJ4.xWp.q. Jryr1
Hillcrest.. The program will be .
Chase, who will be
C on Feb. 20 of this year on hibiscus.Course is a normal condition. The per-
) First Aid
of afflicted with
centage women

_: t!!!' ____ S Information has been PleaseIt suggested and in All the persons StarkeMelroseKeystoneHeights over 18 years of age this unsightly hair has !been esti- Announcing sweetest.deal in the compact field1SKCUL
35
mated cent.
as
rightly so-that 'we compile a list who interestedare as high per .

MASSACHUSETTSBoston's of weekly events 'to publish\ each invited area to take are advantage of Electrolysis is the safe, permanent 19'fvmany .64 ... LnI .

week. Then, one can see: at a the First Aid Course being spon- method of removing this excess .' folks have Men: s a.aoe to Fakont

glance the' various meetings he sored by the Clay County Civil ,. .".. hair. The speed ,. ,' low ptiro tag gnmtarai: rwbgs. JaIII ,

Beacon Hill was once crowned by a real must attend that-week. Defense Rescue Unit No. 1, start- -:1: of permanent removal 11' new beauty, ti-passenger ecs&ibvt,, &bst
'
beacon.The We would like the dates of <2l 1 depends Falcon m again America's
gold dome of the State House was designedby ing at;7 p. m Tuesday Jan. 24, at ',:v.L...:::.,; on .each individual : 1- \ hang .
Charles meetings and other pertinent information House, << >. $9ftP8& : compact So new ve Fad: Deskss: sera
Bulfinch, and built in 1795, is still a sort the Keystone Heights Fire ,," .' '::' patient. For .or

of beacon today. The Hall of Flags on the inside is from' the publicity Trooper.Jansen, Florida Highway ." ';.;..>-... j. some Electrolysis for Falcon fane qooting lowest pow team 1I sad dova
chairman of each organization. Jacksonville '' I 1- payment on Fafcca: fa & beesst
every 0
I Patrol,Safety Officer of j
most interesting Boston's
Sacred God in the Hall of is faster than
1)1':; ;
All we have to date Is the Wo- There to III M to mass bo*nub ion
the course. t. Mate date with junta]
will give a yoga : Dealer tadagi. ..
Representatives and an odd modern animal memorial, man's Club data : -;: .> i for others. You lOW lid car II turfs eurisg our .
the will be no charge. '" can expect a Get tfae sweteet draft fsisar. tiIiricc ..
Dog and Horse tablet attracts visitors. Near hear from the follow :cff" FALCON
many May we: The course will consist of five ..,1' Falcon 'fekatme Specssi .- _
the State House in old Boston are Old North Church, ing'organizations? weekly-meetings of three hours : steady lessening VALENTINE

Faneuil Hall and other buildings in a section whichit Community Church' .Women each. If you plan. to take this E. ***.' of until excess the point hair isreached SPECIAL

is said more history has been written and its oc- and other'Community Church organizations course contact Ray Chance at where the patient no i.

currence marked than. in any other United States City. : St. Anne's Church 4260 or'Charlie McGlave at 4278. longer needs, treatment. ,. ,

Women, etc.First: Baptist Camellia And Antique Show :, r .
Church Circles and W.; M U., You are asked to remember the Consultations. are offered at no A 'r ...;... !>' O- 11B ." '--''-''
charge obligation -- ,
etc.: .Vartous Choir'Pract c dates: and Antique Show to be or. you. Wfire- -
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK Camellia case analysis will give'you a
City Council meetings;'Lions Club Woman's
I held at the Keystone
meetings: Rotary Club; ,Chamberof .Friday. Jan. 27.- Mrs. better-understanding of your per-
Club on sonal hair condition. TE.RWILLEGAR MOTORS :
'Fire 'Dept: Civil
Commerce: : George Phelps will be chairman of

MEMBER F.DJ.C.A Defense: Civil Air Patrol: Duplicate the show, with Mrs. Sara McDon- EDMUND DWYER

Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community Bridge Club; Junior Woman's ald and Mrs..Harold Lawrence, as Electrologist

__ Keystone t Heights, Fla. Club; Estrellita Club; Eastern co-chairman. This ,will be. a show (17 Years Experience)' x 206 W. MADISON ST. STARKE, FLA.
Star; Girl Scouts Brownies: PTA; for all lovers of beauty. There will .
Boosters' Club; Teen Town: and Call FR 2-8039; Gainesville
be arrangements of camellias : Interested in A 1 Used Car bs SUN to sit per Ford Deckft .
Masonic Lodge;; Garden Club of s your an 4
all sorts of antiques. If you have 197 W. University Ave. '. -..... !
Desaonstra-
.r the Lakes-and'Roma -



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[ 13GbT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA- '' ntURSD.\V'lANUARY"19-"I9GJ
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...y.y..yyyyyyyyyyyyyY1 *TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTMELROSE worth of Gainesville visited Ernest .YYTYYYVYTYYYYYYYTTTVVT in Starke. Mrs. Slade and thejf guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs.' 1 this notice, the fictitious name of Starke,*E!*., sole ,owner. a "Y"

KEYSTONE Triest last Saturday and enjoyeda baby returned home from the hos- John' McKinney. Koch's Drug Store under which I1 Dated this 12th1-lay of January,

hunting trip while here. HAMPTONtfy 1 l 'pital last weekend, and her sister, Mr. and Mrs J. H. Surrency had I i I ;I Call am engaged StStarke in business, Florida.at 166 West j j, A.County D. 1961 Florida.at :Stark, Bedford,"

HIGHLIGHTS Carlie Triest tells me he hada Janice Rhodenof Glen St. Mary i as guests last Sunday H. C. Sur- i Olin W. White, n9 Lake Street, I t Ml It 3-E

...YYTYyyyyyyyyy .yyyy.1 letter recently from "Mom" and"Pop" Mrs. D. i:. Hill is ,staying with her. ,i rency of Gainesville,.Mr. and Mrs.: --- --- .- -"

VVVyYyyyyyyyVyyyyyyy. {Continued,from Preceding Page Brown [the Earl Browns! Mr. and: Mrs. Harold Watterson' A. Padgett of Hague Mrs. Delma i

who were former residents of this .a.44aa44.44aa444aa1.4.. of Dania, N. C., and Mr. and Mrs. :McKinney and daughter of Jacksonville j Attention Livestock !

(Continued from Preceding Page) sons were laU recent visitors of area. They are now living in Pen- Sheryl McElroy Marks P. V. Lytle of Hendersonvilfe, N. and Mrs. Emler of I Producers
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Campbell. nysylvania. We often think of this
C
be a worth while meeting for all Thirteenth spent last weekend here with Gainesville If
Birthday t you have hogs or ,_
the boys and girls. Miss Susan Bass'of Tampa couple we grew to love so well, Sheryi 'McElroy Mr. and ,Mrs. M. L. Watterson. Mr. and Mrs. George Green of ,
spent the 'weekend"with her parents and wish could them daughter of cattle to sell now or intact }I,
: .
Personals _..- we see a- Mr. Watterson. is M. L. Watterson's Birmingham Ala spent. last. week'
Mr. and'.lrs' Jack Bass. Mr. and Mrs. W. P; McElroy, celebrated the future please con- s ,
cousin. with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Vice. :
Sorry to hear that Bubba LaM gain.Mr. thirteenth
her
-
Dick Bishop has returned home and Mrs.- T. F. Howell wentto birthday Mr.: and Mrs. W. P. Reames Jr.l!1 Mrs. Carl Jones recently visited one of the buyersat +
e had his shoulder broken in home
a with a party at their Fri- '
Charity Football Game last week, after spending some time in the Jacksonville Sunday where moved into the back apartment in her brother H. B. Altman, in Copeland Sausage
day evening, Jan. 13:Her birthdaywas I'
when the K. A. fraternity played New England states. I I they spent a delightful day with Saturday. Mrs. Chastain's house on NavarreSt I Mulberry.Mr. Company and give theman

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Terrell friends, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Har- .last weekend. The Reames had and Mrs. John McKinneyand opportunity to buy {
the
Sigma Nu's at F. S. U. Unfortunately Fifteen
were present for games, .
celebrated their 50th wedding an- vey of Wichita, and Mr. and Mrs been living in Starke. I[ children visited the V. L.
livestock.
with
mid-year, exams opening of gifts, and the refreshments your
niversary recently. W. C. Hirni of Miami.
Mrs. Marvin Birt entered Bradford McKinneys in Gainesville last
coming Bubba didn't have :
time to take up. off In the infirmary. Gilliam Kelley passed away We regret to report that Mrs. dogs. of punch, cookies, and hot : County Hospital in Starke I II Sunday.Mrs. < COPELAND OFFERS YOU .
Friday night.A I Lacy Wynn has been ill with flu.
last weekend, for treatment. I Edward Broughton visited ,
,
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Pater, I I School Has New Desks I I 4 BIG ADVANTAGES .
Girl Scout Cookie Sale will beheld !
\ Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Griffis : .Mrs. T. E. Simmons of Chase her brother, Felton Graves, in -.-
Sr. of Lyndhurst, N. arrived in I
J. It
Jan. 14-28. I and children visited the J. D. Hampton Elementary School received :City. Va., arrived last Friday for I Lutz last_ weekend. i
Jacksonville by plane yesterday, The Melrose Volunteer Fire several new desks for the I 1. Cash market
Griffises last Sunday. Sidney left i a visit here. with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. E. Ratliff is home after undergoing -' every day. .
and were met by their son and I Dept. met at the High School lower grades, installed last week.
for South Florida where Simmons. and. Mrs. Simmons -
Monday rO' MA surgery in the Alachua ; 2. No commission.
family;Mr. and. Mrs. Don Pater,!I auditorium Jan. 16 for discussion he' will be working for the next i Mrs. Lily Barnes' first and second.' Gloria Waters, Mrs- T. E.Slihjmons General Hospital in. .

Jr., and children, with whom they i' of. fire! .Dept. affairs. and election two weeks. I grade rooms has all new desks, of all drove to JacksonvilleSunday He is rapidly \Gaine5V1lle.\\. 3. Special consideration given to meat
will spend a winter vacation..The .
the movable type, replacing the '
Officers.
,
to attend the Billy Graham Rivers called to the '
The Young People's Class and : George was
visiting Paters, sitting the type hogs
on old-fashioned
First.Aid bolted to the
Course ones .
rally at the Coliseum.
bedside of his mother in Auburn- ,
i Intermediate Class of Hope Sun-
sunny porch of their son's home, A first Aid Course is now avail floor in rows The new.desks are I I II 4. Can furnish
:Mrs. R. C. Gray underwent surgery ;dale last week. hauling for sufficient
looking day School. enjoyed a party at the I \ ><
and out at Lake Geneva, all in the .
Defense to ,
able through: Civil l' one piece including '
Yln'St. Vincent's Hospital in Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Starling 1 ,
community center last Saturday
, .' found it hard to believe that just j seat with storage under, the quantities
Melrose and vicinitYpeople. and {
last week: ,
Gainesville with
night. The Hawaiian theme was JacKsopvilJe on Friday of spent Monday I
24 before boarding ,
hours they were' 'It,/will start Tues., Jan. 24, from writing surface. his .
out in decorations mother Mrs. Kate Starling.Mrs.
i learned cos-
a plane that was ,off schedule '7:00: to '10 p. m. and will be held Mrs. F tcp's second and third !!, J'T !! TT'Y ,' _mGRAHAM CALL COLLECT HO 2-3011 .
because of sleet and snow. tumes, and\ games. Refreshmentswere Berry Dyal Jr. is on the
Tuesday evening for five
every grade room received of the
served, and all attending reported part sick list this week, being confined
Mr. and Mrs. Bill MacDonaldand weeks. : desks and replacement of all the CLAUDE. PHILLIPS 0 TIIEUOX; HUDSON
having a delightful time. her bed with
son Bobby, lately of Okinawa, The course will be held in Keystone old type desks' in the school is to. mumps. Q PRESTON POLK

left Keystone Heights on Sunday: 'H lghU with Instructor- planned for the, nearfuture.. Airs. John McKinney XOTICE OK.' I\T. \T'S TO
Jan. 15, after being the guests of Highway Patrolman Jensen. PersonalsMr. REGISTER FIITITIOVS X.\ME
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinck and interested contact Mrs. Scul THE.. RIGHT POINT for the AA. -\QUcf"' hereby given that the
If write. c I and Mrs. Vernort Slade are iIAtAIAUtULtAlttatt-. undersigned under the provisionsof Copel.and
family since Thanksgiving. The ly at Or. 5-2224. way you Come lu and select the Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida,
of
parents a daughter, Pa- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Underwood
jour favorite ESTERBROOK Arts of 1941 will register with the
Hincks drove them to Jacksonville I .
Duplicate Bridge: Fountain 'Pen TELEGRAPH tricia Lynn, born Thursday, Jan I and Mr?. Louise Hagan, all of Clerk of the Circuit Court in and .
where they boarded a plane for Winners of the Duplicate Bridge !. 12, at Bradford County: Hospital.Hampton Lake were; dinner ,, for Bradfor4' County, Florida, upon SAUSAGE COMPANY: AtACHUA, FLOEtIDfio
receipt ofproof of of
Boston, Mass. for a visit with Mr. Club were First piaj Mrs' Alice j .- publication _A to
. .. ..
MacDonald's family there. This is -
Ketchum and Mrs.Helen'Phel> s: ;

the first time Mrs. MacDonald: a second place, ifls( $ SaJIle Mansfield .- :

native Okinawan, has been in the and Mrs. Mary Cook; third o Announcing the 3rd All-Florida

U. S., and, of course, it is also! the place Mrs. Arnold Larsen and ,

first time for her son. The Mac- Miss Iva ;Hillyar: tied for fourth .

Donald family and the Hincks[ place were Mrs. R. W, Becker and

were good friends when the I Mrs.. Walter Grolick, Mrs. Roy,

Hincks, too, lived in Okinawa.Mrs. Starnes and Mrs. Bo Henderson., I

Mary Carew was in Key- School News t'

stone Heights on Sunday visiting The Home EC. class and mem-. '

witH some of her old friends, and bers of the FHA with their advisor -

attending to some business. Mary Mrs. Frances Stephenson,

came over from Gainesville where I went to the fahio1jhow{ held at ? \.

she has been visiting Mr. and! P. K. Yonge Thursday afternoon.The .

Mrs. J. M: Steadham.. She is cur-. Bulldogs lost three basket-

rently living in St. Petersburg ball game: last weekend. Friday

with an aunt. night the girls team bowed to Or- ? ; 3 GRAND PRZESf! 'w ;

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Firth of ange Park with a score

Flint, Mich will soon be moving Virginia Ford was high 45-23.\\ :: ,.
with 32 points. V !Saturday
into their nice new home on jasmine I
Ave., and will become sure- the boys -team lost to Baldwin 0 I 12 SEMIFINAL. PRIZES I ;

enough Keystone residents. They 72-42; and the girls lost 35-29. .. '. . ," .' -,. ;:
Strawn tossed in 24 mar -
Larry
are currently living in the A. A. .


Bamford Castle Mrs., Charles Pa.Cottage, arrived on Booher Lake Sunday of birth Geneva, New Jan.of;. ers night Two be.and played w1111 home Virginia be> this'weekend.with games,Ford Hawthorne are made scheduledto Friday 25.and Easy to win -just send in a recipe !. '; :


H 8, to be on hand for'the
night with Ft. White.
Scott Booher Saturday .
her second: grandson, .
Morgan, who arrived Jan. 10. -
Prea'Church -
tithe y o wrF.- -
: I
Rev. and Mrs.: ;Arthur: Kuhlmanof Melrose .

Springfield'Ohio, have returned Sunday 8ervt Churcn :School.: r ":a'r r Do Luxe Model Dishwasher .. '"

to White Feather Court for va- 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship.. 11am. :; Yiy px. xuxWM'M MWM JN1WxMM aHxr .y 3i: .

cation.*Rev Kuhlman., a retired Rev. James It.'Neale J'r., pas i, r L', r .7 ,? .

ministe(' preached at Camp Cry tor. -- '

staj'Sunday. They are .Yln&thi i':.......h. "'II" : ... '.,.:
we k for the West .Coast. but will I; TRINITY >EPISCOPAL ;

return to the Court'after Visiting CHtrtCH MELKOSfcSundays
i ..
of their former parishoners: .' '
majny a.'m. Church
10 ,
; : : ,

enro yMr.te.. ',Sc SoQtv:: >itf:15: a.m.: Morning: Prayer tc icT ... ./. -..., .., .. .::'" :

ani Mrs W. B. Dawson are' 'and Sermon (rat\ Sunday, *?; '.7 .,....,." -- :.... ._..-: :<<:,..:. f ..i

going to.Palm Beach this: week to Holy'communion' ). f't x Episcopal ? I .> "..:."-' J -: -.a."IJ.b.,. .. "L. i .. ,.
Mrk. sister and I ", '
visit Dawson's "
Young ChurcHmen.'Holy 'l "" : : ,
;
; _
t
husband.:Mr. and Mrs. Arthur. .B. I Days lo a. m., Holy : ; :; ; -': .: ,' .: j'j't j <' .: .::1..fIa.L: '>.
}
"
Jensen who have a winter home I Communion. ; <-: t,
7 i
I I--I : .
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I
there. I The Rev Millard H. Breyfogle. : )W I :-0 ;;: i' :.; : .i
< 'r-t .:: : I _
Vicar. 4 ,)' -'it : ; .t.
& ..t/
I :. \ ,. .. .: ..
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH_r ..'..:,.,........{.:. ... ,,../ "' ; I t'::::..:?:.'% ,.. .;
KEYSTROKE HEIGHT ,'.} ,. ---1'-_. .fi'. ....':z.9 ...
FIRST "'h" 1tW "
METHODIST CHURCH
J. R. Smith, Ral b : ; -.
pastor! .. MELROSE :1: I
Copeland, Minister of Music and : 1
Sunday* 9:45: a, m, Churcft r7 .. .
church, organist School for all ages. 11 a. m., :;: : : "
.
Service: Sunday School. 9:45: Morning Worship. 6:30: p. m., '............:. ..... .,.., '.. .1.J : 1t 1-
.
.
,.
,,
:'
.. m. Morning Worship.. 11 a. m Youth Fellowship. t '<::,;:;;:"
,i
Training Union. 7 p. m. Evening '' Companion
Wednesday, 7:30 Bible
: p. m., .
cervices i
9 p. m.COMMUNITY _
Study and Prayer Meeting. .... ,, J V\
Rev. Ted 'Springer: Pastoi Combination r '' ,
Table to .. Food waste a P. .
CHURCH .refrigeratorfreezeri ,
,. heater .
water PS
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS :* ik <*< ? > v ;
vvvnYT1"I.T r'it1we'.ti :

Dr. A. C. Holt, Minister 1 (
Airs. J. T.. Hrthfrington THERESSA : .

Organist 'and Choir Director. .t .., ..
I -.lt "Ad I '
Sunday School.J. '9:30: a. m. Morn- By Ruth Griffis

Ing Worship, 11:00: a. mst 3rd, 12 semifinal

uAjuuA, >.' ...AAU.A.rL..u1, -. prizes ') ( :
William's CookoffApril :
Keystone Catholic. freights Chapel Mr. andjMrs. M. Z. Sullivan 2nd grand prize de luxe!= model ; '
have returned from a visit of.several !!' '
h electric 1 .14.Jr.
Sunday Muss at weeks .with, their daughtersand ___ portable rangesAwarded .
8:3Q: a. m '
Heyday Mass 'at 7:00: a, m. their families In Miami. 1. electric dishwasher to each of 12 regional '
The 12
Tuesday Maw M 8M: '". m. Mrs.: Jean Wainwright, Mrs.. B. grand F :,::. winners whose original recipes i are regional winners wOI

C'ifcss1onv before alj Massea3aptaslns J. Hall,'and Mrs. W. H. Hall. Sr. } chosen in the semifinals. take part in the Big Cook-off '

marriaee were 'Gainesville last Saturday.Rodney" :
>* and tostructioos '
*. P. prizeelectric 1:1 13-14 when
by appointment. Hall' School Board April they will prepare -

member from .this district is attending < ,.. ,
'.w i ,, $
ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL a course of instruction in '+ .. 11L their original i : recipes for .. (

CHURCH. KEYSTONE Tallahassee' this week. The course the judges, It's an exciting, op*
is sponsored by the Florida. Education -
washer-
Sundays 9:30: a- m.. Church Association for the bene- L IIM* I j p.ortunitytoprovey cooking; ..

Prayer School and 9:30: Sermon a. m.fist. Morning Sunday in.l fit the of new state.school board members I dryer! :.i ,: a ., I i : rn I skill-and to try for one of the J .,,

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Holy CommunIon 6 p .m. Epis-. I Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Zeigler of I t <,$ three. fabulous grand prized. ,

copal Young Churchmen.. Gainesville visited .Mr. Zeigler's : ;, \ ,.1 ,. ..' ) .
Holy.l Days 7:30: a. m.,. Holy. sitters Mrs. J. D Griff, and :. .. A'" ; ,. .

Communion. Mrs.,R. C. Dampler Sunday after- i : : ;.
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Third Wednesday Parfch I, noon. I II ; : ,.
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Covered Dish Supper, 6 or. 8:30P. : I 'Chester Se.arle of St,% Petersburg ( ; ': i ,

m. spent} the,: weekend with Mrs.1 .t.

The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle.I Searle and daughter, Jan. II 4 .

Vicar. Mrs. Docie Swindell has been .. ,
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discharged 'from Bradford County PRIZE! PROVE'- YOUR COOKING SKILL! :. ;
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m : Hospital and 'is recuperating atthe"tonie 1. This contest-is open to any resident of Florida who has' 3. Entries in semifinals and ;
; JmtJ'! INtt: r1 !.t bg final roust be prepared, on, t .
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} of her son and daugh- -. passed his or her 17th birthday by January 9, 1961,except electric equipment. :
way you, Com* 1 In Roll ia' Send this f '
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lct favorit E ttnbRb: R ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James' previous grandprize'winnes, employees or families of 4; Each recipe must be for a dessert and include at least ntry today .
Fountalrf1 you lied: : .: Swindell hi Starke. employees of the co-sponsoring electric utilities and the two fresh Florida-oranges or one cup of Florida orange ..:. ... _. ..'_ .. _. .. 'i_,
17EL1(1 1Lrtt; : t." Florida Citrus Commission or'their advertising agencies. jwce.(fre&h, frozen, canned or chilled). ::'.i
D. J. Phillips and Dick Bloods- 2. Entries should be mailed to Alt-Florida Orange Dessert 5. Recipes will be
judged general .
on .appearance, quality | All-Florida. ,Orange Dessert Contest'I ,_
Contest, P. O. Box 1720, Lakeland, Florida, postmarked flavor, and originality of recipe ide,,. It .must.not,have .

I c:tiWa clipjnate i Ijje b ;;"middleman profit a .' not must later agree than to attend midnight in person, February preliminaries 18! 1961.and Contestants semifinals: ;' been cookbooks.directly copied from advertising,.editorial, columns l_

One Quart 1 ; if ducted asked by to do Home so. Preliminaries Service Departments and semifinals of the will four be con coSponsoring :- 6.one Ea.chJ't'cipeabo side of paper with d be the typewritten category of or dessert legibly(cakes written, pies on,., I Lake)., nd4t. .i O1, .:' '.,". '..4- '' "'" I 'ii :''._ .

I if' F"REE' 'E : I electric utilities in or near their local offices.The cookies, pastries, sweet yeast or quick bread,.rr .it.des-! ,'. S r. 1
Gallon) co-sponson are: Gulf Powef Company, Florida Power and Kits, "puddin molded; or frozen desserts tc.r) listed I I.. ,
or (,. _. __ ..; .
you 6'ui. \ Light Company, Florida Power Corporation, and Tampa above the recipe title. Name >< J. _r ,.
Electric Company. The finals will conducted by the 7. la writing recipe, should be listed in I 'i .. tn.
ingredients order of. I ; ? f \ ;'f':, 4 i:, I. ;! ...
Prices Start at.$2 qt. -.$5.98 Ga!,;. Florida! Citrus Coaunissxra'in Winter Haven, ,Florida. use and.the method of preparing recipe written in dear : ''.' ,, .. f
I 4j r Semifinal winters must agree to attend the finals on April ,dire tioDl. t '. : : .: .
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.for the judges. be granted the'use of r :- -.. r ,
any recipes submitted,at no cost +
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE i ,, : : I-\

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKB FLORIDA IPtGE, 'L'
DAY, JANUARY 19, 1961 _
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..YYYYY .'...' YYY.YTYYYY.YYY a nd root for the home teams. but a silver offering 'Will,be taken j j this church is deeply grateful to ;No. 2 will hold meeting on Wed', ion was served by the pastor and: .'rt.':\s 1. UK .\ '1I...
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: COLORED Anderson Junior High of Law- during intermission. This program '1.all persons for. condolences during night before the second 'Sunday in officers. We regret that Bro. John ,.major chAi .s. t<": 4tR-i '" 'p,'0
NEWS. OF INTEREST TO tey continues on thewinning is being presented for the I I!her recent* bereavement. May God eachmonth during the year Sis. Clark had recent'set-back In his niember V il tn j$ fit/i a n K. ,.-

: CITIZENS. OF BRADFORD COUNTY, waves by beating Bryant Academyof benefit of the St. John's Gospel!!t'continue I to bless all of f.fu. is Ethel Young, pres. Layleader : illness. He. is with his sister Ruth, citizen annual mmb of the;rsip tutted 4vt SM"" .t tea U: 'M\.11 tiN
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Yulee. Gills: 27-26; Boys 32; Chorus. Ranell English, reporter.j i i her prayer.-E. J. Give; 'eport.er. Young is asking all members to)Saunders in Lincoln City. Bra. D. ,*a(V top| uvi1e 'jfw the ...|fun ui

Uy Ozora Shell. 27. These were burning scores.- It Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church i. \c I come out and make these services: L. Aaron of ourco. >community is still officers The prt\and.)(lt'd.mt directors.>nd *nt la nil'
r was unfortunate that both schools Rev. L, A. Sampson pastor will !:. Alt. Moriah Methodist 'ureh. a success. Many of you have not I ill in Jacksonville and can, be I I. on filein the offs -a of the Clerk of
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&&. & & & & & & && & &&.&...&& &&,&& aaaaaa r the Cir.-uit Court in and.for Bradford -
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'f"! r- had games scheduled for the same conduct Trustee Services all day Rev. L. H. McClendon, pstor.? our new pastor so join us \ expressions i, County. Florida.
.400 Social Club Holland are hosts for the meeting. night. The next home game will starting with Sunday School at]|I will hold regular pastoral selmces':Sunda Vera Claire Coleman.. reporter I j Caroline' Street. We wish for him j I I RKADKoUO COUNTY. FAIRI
'The regular .meeting was held] Coun'y Fair CommitteeA be Fe'j. 3 with High Springs. 10 a. m. Miss.Fannie Belle Frazier I It i. on Sun ay beginning with Church | is attending Edward Waters : a speedy recovery!: J< S. Mitchell j I I i \ By. ClAT10X.(Si Kenneth. IXC.f C. Odder. Presi-

at ft .p. m..Monday night with the I check covering prizes won by Principal Anderson is inviting the t in charge; jj a, m. and, P. p..m :;'School at 10"a. m. Supt. Robert:College and doing fine. We wish' reporting. ]I:i dent.I .
president in 'charge- The meeting cur group has been received and .general' public to came out and I i worship services conducted by the Dell in charge; worship services' for her much success. Harry NQTICRXotiie I i I' Attest: eel. tieorge; H. PierceSecretary.

teas a suggestive one'that Includedthe distributed by Principal Eddie see Junior Basketball at its best 11 I pastor; '4 p. :m. a, called meeting at 11 a. m. and 6:30: p. m. The Young reporting. ]i is hereby given by: the :i I 1-ti.. 4t. ::.-!
:following. items: Joining fee Thompkins, chairman of the Ne- !i: in the state.of Florida Mrs. Z..P. of all class leaders stewards and newly appointed lay-leader. Bro. ; Mt. Nebo Baptist Church Rev. ,! P.radford Inc, a corporation Bounty Fair not Association.for! profit. '
\\'Ulbe '$.2.until further notice;' gro division of Fair activities. All I Jennings; teacher of 4-5 grades trustees at the church. The pastor :1 Harry Young, is asking all mem- G. B. Burgman pastor, held regu- of Its intention to apply to. the Hon- : tot
Application blanks will be :given to participants are thankful for the I and music Anderson, : ; School has is asking all'' of these officers to; bers to observe the change in the ,lar services on Sunday starting onablr C;..o. L. Patten. Judge of the
Circuit Court in and for the Eighth
each! applicant when request by prizes and look forward to parti- just returned from, the music please be present. Junior Church ,evening,worship hour from 7 p. m. ,, with Sunday School at 9:45: a. m.j. Judicial Circuit in and for Pradford
any present memtoer. The sick ,cipation in 1961. clinic at Florida A. 4 M. Univ. meeting each Monday at 5 p. m.; to 6:30 p. m. Rev. E. M. Hurley, Rev. U. K. Chandler had chargeof ) County. Florida at 10:00 oYUx-k; A i

committee reported the illness of ,, Carnation Social Saving Club ,This clinic is held annually .to inspire Girl Scout meeting each Thursday District Supt. will conduct quarterly the services; music by Sis-1 the !' M.P., on 1:1111! the for 8th an day order of approving February. an A. :I Ct6664GT
and help teachers conference on the fifth Sunday choir; under the direction of amendment to the Charter of theP.radford
Mr. ,and Mrs. Haskell Green the The regular monthly meeting !I of music 3 p. m. in room 22 at RJE. Mrs.
latter was in Bradford County was held at the Reno Theatre I I improve in Florida. Mr.. Wilmott M. L. Paul faithful member of I in this month. Steward Board; ,I,,Ruby Mae Fisher: Holy Commun- I no. County Fair Association

Hospital. for a brief period: It was with President W. Brooks in ,,Director was Pleased,w1th the .. -
Suggested that no, dues would be charge. At this meeting 22 per I tendance., According to Mrs. at-I

collected from them due to ill sons re-newed memberships for I i nings this was a rich music : :QUANTITY
ness, and a donation was also) 1961 which is just four short of 1:pel'ieneeD.. B- Richardson re- "
given to them by the club. Since the number during 1960. President ;porter, RIGHTS BEEF SALE *

t the last report a birthday party Brooks was pleased with the response -I Marriage AnnoiiQCMnent RESERVED
waS given .for Haskell Green by and expects the others to I Mrs, MaltJe Covington anno\tn-I\

his wife. Rosa. The honored guests return by the next meeting. The ces the marriage of her _

Included 'his two daughters from hostess was Mrs. Sarah Morris.On .i(Josephine Sewell, to Henry : at :'C" ::
South Carolina, Mesdames Agnes' the first Sunday in Feb. the French. The ceremony was per-I 9)6WALNUT r. Boneless Chuck. :! 79 /} .
Johnson and Catherine Frazier circle of churches worship will begin j formed by Rev. L. McKay, pastor ST.sum -
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t and son. This affair was held at with New Hope Bapt., Rev.1:of the couple.} A very solemn Boneless Beef Cubes Lb. 69 ':.. ;. -" ._ _
tlvfhbmB,of. the" Gr n's. '943 N. L. W. Mosley, pastor. Mrs. Prince |/ritual was conducted by the ROftlDA, -. .. I. k'it _
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Oak St. Many of the club mem- will be hostess for the next meet. j pastor at his residence. Only a few _
mfcrs attended. Dea. J C. Carlwell lins--Mrs. Alma R. Jenkins re- |members of the family were pre- Fresh Ground Chuck( "u. 6r'ME \ "
finance secretary of the club has I porter. sent. A reception will beheld atE :

this td W, ,'Td?all the. colored Basketball Highlights II p. m. Sat at the home o:.Samuel At Plate Beef Stew.29t. .'

citizens of Bradforif: ,.Coiintyi Jet j Recently the R. J. E. Tigers and Bennettr 1001 North St.. where .
Us not look on the New Year pes- I the couple- will be at. home. "
i Tigerettes have tasted nothing but r
simistically'but, rather optimistically -. victory by defeating Lake Butler : Friends are invited to attend. u BLUE RIBBON HEAVY GRAIN FED WESTERN
and Jjl fortitucle.i ';-AldoniarPosesyTRecTsecy in a twin bill and the boys win- New Arrival

reporting. ning from Peck High of Fernan- Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Morris BONE

Lost Glasses .dina Beach by a 20 point margin. are the prQud grandparents' of a. CHUCK 'ROAST IN IB 49c
During |the holiday season a The girls tied Peck with 23 points. t.bouncing boy born Jan. 6 at Bra4- ,
pair of prescribed eyeglasses be- Statistics prove they should have ford County Hospital. He was
lon&1ng'to Carol' Jean Morris were won as follows: at the end of j given the Christian name of.B. T.
test In1 the Lincoln City area. Any the first quarter score: RJE 17- Morris, Jr. All parents acid rela- BLUE RIBBON HEAVY GRAIN I FED WESTERN.

person finding these .glasses or 'I I Peck 7; at the half time the scores 'tives, are very happy. .over this
giving information*,concerning were 13.19 RJE. During the last\"Blessed, Event.. 7 INCH 79c

them will receive a .reward. j' two quarters Peck made 10 points..j Semester Final Eums RIB SIEAKS CUT LI

Fiesta Club Meeting and RJE racked up only four. The During the week' final examinations -
Vice President Clarence DeSue visiting eoach refused to playoff for the first semester were Sava MERCHANTS green STAMPS '

is reminding all old members of the tie, thus the final score remained given by all teachers The, second I given free with every money-saving WESTERN
HEAVY
GRAIN FEQ
I BLUE RIBBON :
the.Fiesta'Club'to please, be present 2323. The teams will play semester beings immediately and purchase they mount up fast and
at. 'ths.. regular'. meeting. Saturday Williston Vocational High School]:, all pupils are urged to attend I ; j
; Jan. ?8. 8 p. m..at Water- Friday night in Will ton. Local l:;|school everyday so that you will are redeemable at our conveniently centers for S H O. RT R I B S LB 39 C
oak'School Mr and Mrs. WiHiam fans areinvited to drive down;!be promoted at the end of the located l gift redemption

I term Mr. H. Taylor chairman of. over 1.000 valuable free gifts. '
Crltera for the selection of "Miss
/ t RJE'' is asking all 101113. grade I II l i { 11 KING BRAND FANCVBREADED

I (teachers to .select candidates .and I

j hold eliminations by the end of' VEAL STEAKS LB 69cMERCHANTS '
dLi s t.xlr this week. The campaign for election Ws'oti :

ur will begin on Jan. 23. Mr. .
Taylor is teacher oX Social GREEN STAMPS KING BRAND FANCY
MILK LIMIT 1 WITH $5.00 O* MORE FOOD ORDER
Studies. Other members of the
4 w" committee are: Principal Eddie a NAME '' I BREADED PORK STEAKS LB 69HEADLESS <

Thompkins, J. D. Greene, M. D. !+ ADDRESS ,
}' Christian and Supervisor Shell. Expitss January 22, 1961 S
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gaL 92c This year the school queen will 4 r. I CODE ST ,, ;
d .be selected by popular votes. ;ET1fR'S WHITING LB 19c
t PTA meeting' will be held Feb. 0 9 v 'v 7vvol sloltlsp

1, at 8 p. m. All business for the
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groceries must be completed before ..

Ice Cream 9 p. m. since the program ._, ... .. : "'.''..' .,..'= ..;...,.._, ..".iF.'rL..11" :*:ii.'. :: ; '
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"u-. 11'I I 1 committtee, M. D Christian I ,.,'.,. "'......: :. ..: ..1&/3&.. y .;''. .it..Jt< .. ..1m
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/ e 1l l + Eggs -- Bread ,I Chalrman( ,..,jwill Jjfjng.&... special .' 50 :j":.'... '.Th.'f'.:'; .jI..;:;:....,",' .lltittlit. :, i.; .
Tast .
s* % *
"- .c...f_...... movie on "School Health." This ,4, litv; irHJ lse_ r = :
Coffee
M picture will be shown and discus- MERCHANTS CUENMPS In, t .
r 1 Lhrpw away your cosm.tu.. Cottage Cheese sed by Mr. Jack Trawick, Sanitation WITH FROZEN THE:KING PURCHASE BREADED OF 2 VEA1.LB PKO OH LJ.>i 6 62 jar

''Caui it's the gospel)truth Specialist in Bradford PORK STEAKS 59*
A dairy diet insures Orange JUIceThe County.-Staff reporter.
THIS COUPON EXPIRES }ft
bloom of youth. CHURCH NEWSMt. JANUARY 22. 1961 Of
CHOICE
Pisgah A. M. E. Church CODE ST { YOUR COffEES. liMn

Rev. J. A. Orimmage pastor will i; ". i 1 PER $5.00

present the Hawthorne Gospel yyy :, s FORD ORDER
I I Sunday Jan. 2?, 7:30: ,
Singers on .\
UUJ AnnEE VALLEY DAIRIES p. m. The general public is Invited 5 }.:,t."".p"\1 LB
to attend. There will be no t
charge for admission but A silver MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS y cc,1r',;< .
offering will be taken. This program WITH THE PURCHASE Or ?'Ot Quality Shortening
Slrl/t s .
P 3 PCB| ANY 19* VARIETY SB
is being sponsored to( help i ; ,
Dutch Maid Cookies r.! ;
!complete purchases of some of the l j "Y''i
THIS COUPON EXPIRES
immediate need for grand opening Fl' JANUARY 22. 1961gtlDE siTII$
a j and dedication'of New Mt: Pisgah !; Sf SJ01S 31.B '
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Church on the fourth Sunday in
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WHY PAY MORE? February. A special program is $& CAN

being prepared by a' local com- I I 5S '
mittee headed by Mrs.. Emora 5 0 UMIT '
IrS, THE.. DIFFERENCE YOU Cannon and a Jacksonville com 1 SSpDFOOD1ORDER
mittee headed 'by 'Mrs.. J. A- MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS % _
Grimmage. The dedication j. servicewill WITH THE PURCHASE OF '
: PAY THAT. COUNTS be conducted; bY Rte. Rev. 6 OZ" CAN' .' ::- _..- __ ;..- "i';''":..o., :"..;t.jta": .p. i''JOP

t Bishop S- L. Greene. Members are : WHIP f6.r t1T"Pf._ ; :. '..............}...<.....if '" ,
AND AT "; """'"
THIS CAUPDN EXPIRED "*":.:. w
asked to remember Bro. D. L. A- f dANUARY22,1Q61 '
fTl
aron who has been ill for several *' CODE ar BYRD TASTYAPPLE .;, MILD. DART

:: ROBERTS CHEVROLET months. ,He is convalescing with I i 2 #303 25c
'' SAUCE
His :
his sister in Jacksonville. trANS C H E ESE LB 49c
there.
wife recently joined him
I PILLSBURY (TRIAL SIZE PACKAGE) oz'
f Your prayers and other expressions I1IilM 3% 9
AND it .: OLDSMOBILE. will be greatly appreciatedby 25 Instant Mashed Petcitees 2 PKGS 2 c MAYFAIR DSJCKXJS '

the family.-E. Cannon, re- r MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS .
STARKIST LIGHT MEAT
Greenj.Qpve Springs, Fla. porter. WIT HTHE'PURCHASE OF 8* CREAM 3 OZ .
Ebtneur Baptist .Ch ltb. Iev LADY FAIR LARGE COCONUT TUNA HSHLIBBY'S CHUNK I 3 #1 89 t 2 PEGS 25 C

Just 30 Minutes( East Of Starke E. D. Robinson pastor, held regu LAYER CAKE STYLE CANS. CHEESE

lar communion services on Sun- THIS COUPON NUTRITIOUS STRAINED '
Jax Phone CO 49600 GCS Phone 3033 School -JANUARY 22r 1961 ESsmII'J FARMER GRAY HOT OR
day starting with Sunday REG ::0.LlBBY'S .
CODE IT 'Toll
Supt. Henry BfY.a.nt:1n charge; 11 BABY FOODS 12 99C
morning' worship; 7 nn )ARS SAUSAGE 39c,
a. m IOIl
LESS ; .
THE DIFFERENCE, IS evening worship and communion TASTY DELICIOUS tit .

111 by the pastor arid. uieers.-Pray 1 4 46 OZ 99c HYGRAD! Aft BEEF
r < t APPLE JUICE
Thursday night 25
meeting. every CANS ,

:, USED CAR SALE 7 charge.p .!D. Deacon Visitor Hosea for Sunday Hawkins was in MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS LA CORONA TASTYLUNCHEON "SALAMI "LB 69

: WITH THE PURCHASE OF 12 oz
.:, 1959 CHEVROLET 1950 NASH Mrs. Vinnie Washington of Daytona 6 OZ PSB IMPORTED LOAFRITTER'S 25C .,
Biac IOJtori. t the, sick CAN -
Bel Air "Runs" BOILED HAM WINTEt GMOW Qf Kt Km 1UKJEY t B S=
shut-in members 'of' our TANGY (ATTRACTIVE GLASS)
.* 1359 CHEVROLET lie 1956 CHEVROLET and THIS COUPON EXPIRES
: church and community.' Sister 1999 1 JANUARY 22. 196) 'POT PIES
FROZEN
,, Park wood Wagon 4-Door Wagon Corner Bryant; is doing, fine aftera I RODE TOMATO JUICE 32zEOZ: 29, :
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1956 JAGUAR 1960 CORVAIR successful' operation at '
very
SOZOZ
4-Door Club Coupe Bradford County Hospital. She e-- _' nii 2 35c '
''t '1955 FORD lie 1956 GMC presses deep appreciation and .' PR e'PO : FANCY "FOR EATING OR COOKING" rnc S .
,, : NStrawberries;1.14ED IAS>Y
the church members -
Fairlane Half Ton Pick-up many thanks. ,
'. 1955 OLDS 98 lie 1954,, CHEVROLET and community friends for 5 ?Jf ,991

Sport Coupe Estra Clean their prayers expressions, O'\\'trS'i' ;during donations her R E. D.- APP LES 2.LIS 25 .

1956 PONTIAC lie 1959 HILLMAN fd.ther night at 8 P MINUTE 'MAC FRESH FROZE
.. illness. On Friday < 60
4-Door Minx, 4-Door Choir of our ORANGE JUICE 5 99FANCY
1953 BUICKlie 1957 CADILLAC IJ). The Junior Angel John Bap- FIRM, RIPE. CAS .
church will sing at St.

Sport CoupeAUTHORIZED Sedan-DeVille tist Church, Lawtey. The director .
Ruby TOMATOES 2 NS29c 'LADY FAIR SIKH (KEGCinnamon 29*
and pianist
Banell English,.. cr ,
SALES & SERVICE FOR Fisher are asking) -fill' parents! to Bread'[ 25'LAOY ,
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LAND ROVER JEEPS come 'out and help transport the FRESH FANCY JUICY' .. o AF .
i s. chHdren to Lawtey for this pro- FA* DELiCKXa! KHJ (REG 35& vCOCONUT
"The. World's Most Versatile Vehicle" Antioch Baptist ChurchChof'r. '

!t'f ;, gram.: lazier the leadership of 'S' "WE'ET ORANGES' 5 LBBAG 3.9 c 1 15 OZ. ZV< '
COMPLETE C" .
MODERN SERVICE DEPT. President Louiza Brown; will also LOAF CAKE LOAF '

SEE :US BEFORE yOU'BUY! appear. This promises to be.a real .; .LADY; fAil BROWN X CVE .

"'. H. Ferguson, Mgr. treat Songs.and The a general battle of public GQSPel of FRESH' : TICK BJijAD : I .

; 'Re Ph. EV 9-0769 Starker Lawtey.. and all ?f.W1? '
; \ County are cordially invitedto CRISP LETTUCE 2' IB S 29 lADY FAI#.3iK W. . .
ford
A 'J4- >1 VrWmiam8 Walter Lucas.Res. > Accordinrto'' Mm-Al- 20oz S
attend. IujJtrmlk..Bre
Res.:_ ':311 ___. .._ .. Ph. 6981 lie Mae Strong the. sponsor. there .. t

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TOl .at A1U'111t Llljf: 's.l I: &iI'i", "3!t,a.L1i1; Jl,lUlIA !Is"th'7 "i Lt."T'.1.i.I.. : .. 1t
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will quilt now when I finish this.I ,visited Miss Jackie Parrish in for its ailments. So we will haveto Visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. F.!areas that have been cleared out. I Quart

have given it one roll. Sundaywe Gainesville Sunday.Mr. make other arrangements for While The Burd would like the oil biu
standing around lookingat
Moore and family during the week in both Si quart vase and 55 gallo,
are having company, a farmer and Mrs. Frank Tinney and transportation out that way. We were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Boyer I some bull calves that J. B.;drums.
from the country and his wife sons of Gainesville were Dinner I hope this explains our shortageof White I The successful bidder will fnrnlih
I of Tampa and Mrs. Gail Torode j was getting ready to sell, the board with an under ETOUBO
about our age. We have.- buried I I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green news again. We do believe we and Jeff of Gainesville. Mr. and he remarked that his alfalfa was : tank of sufficient capacity to lake

both of his parents and both of and family Sunday night. are an expert at making excuses. Mrs. Moore and Jimmy attendedthe doing real good." I will get two I care of the county's need and an

.a her parents We feel very near to Miss Sue McDavid and Miss We have not been to see Mr. Evangelistic Crusade at the cuttings of hay from that field." electric at computer the county pump barn., to be 'installed

them. I love her name, too. It is Linda Crews of St. Marys, Ga., Strickland, therefore cannot givea First Baptist Church in Jacksonville he said. Bradford County will .ulle apprdxiraately -

Stella. Whoopee! students at Valdosta State College report on his condition.Hope to Thursday.Mrs. The Agricultural Conservation 1250 gallon of gasolineper

Crll, We do not have a body now. I Valdosta Ga.. were weekend do better in the near future.LAPTEV. Program County Committee and The month-P.oard reserve the right to
D. B. Thomas will
washed the, living room curtains guests of Mr and Mrs. Fred Mc friends I reject any and aU bids.
Wherein the New ,Year bringsus doubt the night watch blew the this afternoon. dacron David. be glad to know that she is at .the Board of Supervisors for the I Ii (OFFICIAL SEAL)
They
lovely weather. I take a long town whistle and, woke us up. are .rrrrrrrr.rrrrrnrrrrrr home getting on nicely after undergoing -i Bradford Soil Conservation Dis- i Charles A. Darby
tier curtains
and dried
quickly. MissNell
Purvis of Clerk to Board' of County
Newberrywas
look at life, the days past and see Don said dreamy like, "Is it seven I Now the windows surgery in St. Luke'sHospital l trict held a meeting complete : Commissioners
washed and the
are weekend guest of Mr. and. % i plans for the 1961 Soil and Water'' 1-12 it 1.('
life is but a stage wherein we are O'clock? and I was awake enoughto Jacksonville. i
curtains back. I love doing all Mrs. Sam Smith and I I
Mrs. Mary -
the players in a play written by realize that it New I Conservation Program in Brad ,
was a Year.
these things and I took down all Sue Willingham.Club Mrs. V. R. Reddish is recover- '1 CALL FOR BIDS
our Father above. ,I slipped out of bed to my knees By Enza Blanchard ford County. The Board of County Commission
from the effects of fall. She
I the pictures and dusted. them. News ing a \
Seen through the vista of the as I always do and Those invited to the meeting ers of Pradford County will receive
said "God it Life flows along fast and I love The Brooker Garden -Club held ,Y9.. .w .......Y9. .... was badly bruised and has been Sealed Bids until 10:00: A.I. onI
!years our days is a new year; plan our lives and ill Her sister Mrs. Hattie were Felix Sapp. J. Whitehead|i I Tuesday, February 7, Mil. forre..
moment. Don is at the their very
Look like a patchwork quilt in guide us." With a thank you Lord every first meeting of the new PTA Members Hear ant; Chester Andrews, ACP Committee -!I roofing( the Bradford County Health
store, the dogs are asleep. Mathis who lives with her has I buildingSIS Church
year Thursday night, Jan. 12. Civil Department
and little Defense Talk ; Sam McGarvey, Foster
many ways. a more, I was soon back Florida at which
Street Starke.
I
taken of her.
On New Year's Day I said. with Mrs. E. Kleinman good care
They may have seemed hodge- in bed asleep. We had a snow- president The Lawtey PTA met in the Shi Smith. Zedra Hamilton, J. time all bids will be publicly open
The Year is dying in the night, in charge. New officers were elected school cafeteria Tuesday night Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bumey White and Leaton Morgan B'I. '. ed and read.Bidders .
podge when first we viewed storm all day on New Year's, and .
specifications
Ring out wild bells and let him for the of Jacksonville visited Mr. Burn- may secure
coming year. They with the president Mrs. Robert Board of Supervisors Mrs. Mil- I'
the officeof
Their pattern but we changedour Don had an ambulance call. We ; for the above work from
attitude. still have the snow. dieRing were installed by Mrs. Warren E. Lee presiding. Mrs. Mae B. ey's mother Mrs. GeorgianneSapp dred Sapp, Office Manager ACP; i the Clerk of Circuit Court Brad.
in the valiant man and Mizelle who the Monday. Mrs. Sapp had the ford County.
was out-going I
Wells
gave the devotional.The G. T. Huggins County Agent
Life plays queer tricks, and*what Here is an old-fashioned Ger- ; The Pcard reserves the right to
i free, president. The new officers 'are: misfortune to cut her hand severely all bids waive informal.
reject to
we thought was strange. program was= on Civil Defense Don Champion! Farm Forester; or
.
man coffee cake. I can just see The larger heart the kindlier I sties and to accept the bid that may
President Mrs. E. Klienman; 1st Saturday and is at home
Mere uselessness we now %ould the wood stove my mother used to and the district CD director and Bill Haas Soil Conservation be to their best Interest.
not exchange. hand. Vice-President Mrs. Bobby Dyal; Mrs. Shaw spoke on pre- under a doctor's care. Service. I The Board Of CountyCommissioners
bake our cornbread, coffee cake, .Ring out the darkness of the 2nd Vice-President Mrs. Dave Bradford County
paredness in of fallout Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
case hurricanes
Some. blocks are gay some dull and bread. It all tasted so good Charles Young and Harold Florida '
others plain land Green; Recording Secretary. Mrs or any type of disaster R. L. Bradley and family were Rawls. soil scientist for the Soil By: Charles A. Darby Clerk
I when one is a child and hungry, Ring.in the Christ that is to be! Ernest Edwards; Corresponding (OFFICIAL SEAM .
that might occur. An instructive Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Smith and
Or choice, but all together they Conservation Service, have start- '.U 2t 1.19IT
attainA German Coffee Cake: In a bowl. Tennyson was a great poet. Secretary. Mrs. T. W. Markey; film was also shown. on the sub- children of Jacksonville and other ed preparing soil and capability I .
put 1 cup sugar, one-eighth cup Now let.us.pray for our new and Treasurer. Mrs. Warren Mi- relatives.
certain harmony of rich design for the State Farm Prison.I
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lard or butter well President to be. He has great Ject.Miss maps PAYS TO
cream and add a zelle. A covered dish supper was ,
Dorothy Ross, county Mrs. W. B. Devine has returned Lucian Conner, farm manager,i i
1 egg beaten hard. Add one cup task. Let us.:all stand behind him enjoyed by the members present.AAAAAAA home ;i Trade with SLADE
1 demonstration
As one by one they tend tofall milk which pr811 e'has and agent, pre- from a short visit of several weeks says they plan to work up a com- \I '
sour has been added and wisdom
in line I ..A&.& sented awards merited by mem with her son-in-law and daughterin plete soil and water conservation I
one-half teaspoon of baking courage and we all work togetherto u..WIIEILBRONN
bers of the Girls 4-H Club. A
Yes. little acts sometimes decide soda. Sift Tangerine. program for all the prison land.
together 2. fight Communism.
I cups flour
our fate leadership pin was presented to Mrs Alma Dyal of Hampton Bottled GasIn
1 and 1 3-4 teaspoon baking powder All my love, and God bless you CALL FOR BIDS ,.
And for each other. seem.to compensate -I one-fourth teaspoon of salt Kathy Jones, but Bonita Green visited her son Bobby Dyal, and The Board of County Commissioners '
everyone and ( City)
Jeanette Griffis not
were week. of Bradford County Florida
i and same of cinnamon. Add to ,Mother LURA By Mn. Harvey present to receive theirs. Karen family during the will receive Sealed Bids at 10:00 o' ,
-Mildred McEwen. the milk and egg mixture and McCarthy clock on the morning of February $6.50
Lee was given a certificate for in the in the
7 1961
Each day we live we weave the beat hard. Grease a glass pan >YYYYYYY ....rrrrrrrmBROOKER .... ........... ,...., work on her 4-H project. Others courthouse, for courtroom regular gasolineand

pattern of our lives. The young 8x12 and spread this mixture who motor oil for the Road Depart-
Howdy Neighbors and earned certificates but were .
a very ment of Bradford Couir.y.The
needs must not waste time. ,for evenly in the pan. Sprinkle on
happy birthday is extended to not present to receive them were bid will be subject to price No Gas Cost Less,
our lives here are brief and we top this topping; 'One-fourth cup Mrs. Amanda Crosby who cele- Buna Wilkinson and Shirley Fa escalation of the Stake tank wagon
each have a Job to perform in this sugar 1 teaspoon cinnamon one- price and oil to be furnished mill be Than "Slade Gas"
By Shirley Green brated her birthday with a sup- quay. Premium Motor Oil that retails at I
world. Sometimes we have a hard fourth cup chopped nuts. Bake The 6th .IJBIII.Soil filling stations for sixty cents per
per Tuesday evening of last week. Grade won the room .. .
...... ... .
time finding oun appointed task. about 25 minutes at 350 degrees. & & & && &&&& J
Those enjoying this special event count, having the most parents
When we do life takes Good for Sunday morning break-
on new
Mrs. Rosa Kelley and Mrs. Alice with Mrs. Crosby were her son-in- present.
meaning and work is not really fast or a snack.HELPFUL Conservation
Kelley of Tampa are visiting law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Doughnuts and coffee were served -

work that tires. it is a wonderful HINTS. Turn your friends in Live Oak a few' days Frank Norman and son, Ray, Mrs. by the 6th Grade room moth N-E-W-S STAKE

experience. baking powder can upside down this weeks Sallie Crawford, Mrs. Nita Brown ers, who were hostesses for, the

In my early years of high schoolI and the baking powder will not Mr.nd Mrs. Bob Stuebe and and her son and daughter-in-law, evening. By Bill Hau ,. '." .

studied Shakespeare's "As You get hard and full of lumps. Put daughter, Pam of Gainesvillewere Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brown of. First Aid Time Change Son Conservation Service .

Like It." In it is a speech wherea your left hand glove in the left guests of Mr. and Mrs. the community and Bayless High- The meeting of the Red Cross

player says, "All the world's a hand pocket and right in the Ernest Edwards Saturday night. way, and Mrs. Phillips of Live First Aid Class has been changed A complete soil and water con- TYPEWRITER SERVICE

stage, and all the men and women right hand pocket. They are never Mr. and Mrs. Miller Willis and. Oak. May you be blessed with from Monday night to Thursday servation farm plan was preparedfor

merely players: We have our exits lost and always ready.I family of Hague and Mr. and many more birthdays, Mrs. A- afternoon at 3:15.: H. T. Flannagan of the Heil-

and our entrances and one am invited to a wedding at Mrs. James Smith of Ft. White manda. In the absence of Rev. Troy bronn Springs area. While walk-

man in his time plays many parts the Catholic Church in NewCastle visited. Mr. and Mrs. .Sam Smith Let us again invite each of you Wakefield who was unavoidably ing around the farm Mrs. Flan- 304 N. WALNUT ST. PHONE WO 9-2191

his acts being seven ages." Then i ., a town 12 miles from and Mrs. Mary Sue Willingham to worship at Heilbronn Baptist detained William Hutchinson nagan remarked that they were

he proceeds to name them, the ,here. It is my beauty operator who Sunday. Church soon. The pastor, Rev. brought an inspiring message last going to get their pastures estab-

infant, the schoolboy, the lover, used always to do my hair. We Mrs. Roda Wiggins of Jackson- Luther A. McGee, renders inspiring Sunday. Mrs. Hutchinson attended lished before they get their live

the other three are justice and .are all so happy that she is getting ville visited Mrs. Mamie Hodges messages every Sunday and services also and they were stock. They plan to use Pensacola Typewriters-Adding Machines

old age sans eyes, sans teeth, sans a nice husband, a farmer. I Saturday 'afternoon.. Wednesday evenings with fine dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. Bahia for the main pasture grass. .

taste san everything. I recall haying have a present for; her and intend Mrs T, W. Markey and Mrs. congregational singing led by W. Roberts. Talking "pine tree planting"with 0,

to commit the long piece of going. to the wedding if some one Evan.Hodges visited Mr. and Mrs. chorister, D. R. Redding, with the Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.B Harry Green the other day, Cash Registers

prose to memory. I have never doesn't die at that very hour. Leon Parrish and Mr. and Mrs. talented Mrs. Jean Brookins at .E. Reddish' were Mr. and Mrs. he put his foot upon the planter, /

forgotten it. This morning I got my first Olan Parrish in Lake Butler Sat- the piano. All' this plus special i I Frank Dorman, Mrs. Jim Wilson tilted back his new hat from Billy

I could not stay awake until.the seed catalog. shall order my urday. singers and fellowship of people and Miss Nancy Geiger of Jacksonville Graham, pulled on that big cigar

New Year arrived, so we went to garden seed perhaps tomorrow. I Mrs. Rosa Kelley; Mrs. Alice who are waiting to welcome you I and Mr. and Mrs. J, W. and said "we have been planting Serviced Cleaned RepairedALL

bed. At midnight! someone, no i have. my quilt. in.,the frames andAMBULANCE Kelley, and Mrs. Mattie '. Sowell I and your family always. Barber and son Charles of Mac- steady. So far we have planted .

... visited Mr' and Mrs. B. W. Mott Northside Baptist Church has clenny. trees for Merrill Futch, V. R. Fer-

SERVICE and Mrs. Bedie Conerly in Hague j invited Heilbronn to attend a Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pearson guson. Ben Suslow Maurice Ed-

r ;Thursday. School of Music from Jan. 23 to report that Donnie is recovering wards Jr., and Mrs. Ruby Johns. WORK FULLY GUARANTEED

PHONE WO 4-2600 I J. E. Townsend visited friends Jan. 27 at 7:30: p. m.. to be held satisfactorily in Bradford County The planting of pine seedlings is

i and relatives in Pompano Beach at the Northside Church. The Hospital after an appendectomylast the best way to get a uniform I

DeWitt C. J Funeral Home over the weekend. teacher will be from the- State Friday. stand of trees established on ,

DcWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director Mr .and Mrs. Lamar Hall and Office of Music. ----- oS. .
Another Church announcement
Patricia of Starke visited Mrs.
Starke, Fla. is to the Ladies of Heilbronn
Amanda Lewis Sunday afternoon.
Rental Service Hospital "Beds Wheel Chairs Crutches I Mr. and Church. There will be an associational BUSINESSDIRECTORYELECTRIC
: and Mrs. Lee Parrish WMU meeting at Kingsley AREA
family and Mrs. Annie Johnson ,
J I Lake Church this Friday, Jan. 20,

at 10 a. m. Miss Reda Copeland,
'
the State YWA Director, will be
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... : ;': iLjj; i guest speaker. A covered dish AUTO GLASSMauldin's AUTOMATIC MOTORS OFFICE MACHINES
ja' i luncheon Will also be enjoyed. TRANSMISSIONSAUTOMATIC ,-

I Weekepd guests of Mr. and Mrs.R. Auto Glass Electric Motor Hancock Typewriter

L. Morgan were their son and
COMPLETE STOCK CURVED TRANSMISSIONSARE Co.OF
Repair Exchange
"' daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. .
GLASS OUR BUSINESS
Roy Morgan and family of Jack- GAINESVILLE INC. Smith-Cerent Tjpewriten
1t : Windshield & Door Glass Service & Repairs-Work
,: 4 sonville. COMPLETE ELECTRIC MOTOR Clary Business Machines
1;: Replaced In Any Make Guaranteed '
Glad to report that Harold SALES AND SERVICE Repair Any Make Machine

Norman came home Thursday Car Or Truck Lamar PearsonAT Genuine Wagner Electric ProductsFR FR .6-555J,,
T
We Handle Saftey Glass
from Doctors Hospital in Starke 2-8318 431 N. Main, Gainesville
FR 6-2558 TUBBY'S 66 SERVICE
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1 and little Jackson Cowart, son of 1030 S. Main Gainesville
1314 S. Main Gainesville 505 N. W. 13th St.; Gainesville OPTICIANBeckuih's
Mrs. Orene Cowart came home

.. I Saturday from St. Vincent's Hos- FLOOR AND TILE ; Opticians

,t ; pital In Jacksonville. Both Mr. AUTO SALES & SERVICE AUTO TRIM CONTRACTORSBobby

Norman and the Cowart baby are Lindsay L. Beckon, R. O.
IMPERIAL CHRYSLER L. Lenses Duplicated-Quick Repairs
still ill.Mrs. PLYMOUTH VALIANT Baker Auto Trim Bryan Artificial

.' R. L. Morgan visited rela- Authorized SalesPartsService TERRAZZO CERAMIC Eyes-Prescriptions

tives in Miami from Monday to CUSTOM INTERIOR TRIM ASPHALT PLASTIC TILE Filled Promptly

enj oy Friday-of last week. HawesPowersMotor HARDWOOD FLOORINGFloor 22 W. University FR 6-3M6

Headliners Arm Rests Gainesville, Fla.
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Harvey and Clyde Bradley visit- Co. Sanding & FinishingFR

t ed in Green Cove Springs Friday FR 2-2561 Floor MatsUpholstering 66762'FR 6-4445 PHOTOGRAPHY

afternoon of last week. Lowest Prices 1939 N. E. 27th Gainesville d
Gainesville
204 N. Main.
News is kinda short this week. Used Cars 312 N. Main FR 2-3226 Roy N. Green. Inc.

light a.:.., t Bye now. FR 6-3400 1021 E. University Ave. Gainesville FOOTWEAR Direct Color' Portraits for Gifts
*
Commercial Portraits
..w..w..w..w w..w. LINCOLN MERCURY COMMERCIAL MITCHELL'S Photography;

__ COlIETFIATRENAULTAuthorized REFRIGERATION "Family Footwear Specialist" Complete Camera Supplies

"for" CLAY HILL Sales-Service Parts Jarman Shoes for Men 1118* -W.; University FR 2-4658

1 Trained 1lechanlcsGood Refrigeration Jarman Jr. for Boys Gainesville Fla.

r Used Cars Rhythm Step Vitality for Ladies i
Mn. i. L Strickland
By
I POWER
Barkley Motors Service Co. Orthopedic Shoes for InfantsOn : SAWS
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615 N. Main Gainesville Sidney Leopold Owner The Square Gainesville, Fla. McCULLOCH:
living. We returned from Tampa last .I .
Commercial Relrfreratlon-
CHAIN SAWS
week and of met some
course B. & G. Motor Co., Inc. Air Conditioning GARDEN SUPPLIES NEW-USED
k nice folks while there. True, we SALES-SERVICE

Enjoy twice as much outdoor living pleasure- haven't traveled much lately but OLDSMOBILE HILLMAN CADILLAC- Sold Friridaire And Serviced Ice Makers Anytime Johnson & Faris, Inc. Florida Saw Co.
we do find that people are about -
,by nuking your yard, garden, pool"and patio Gainesville FR 2-8392 Complete Line of FR 6-3411
enjoyable after dark. "Paint" with light to the same anywhere we go-if we Authorized Sales-Service-Parts Heights FR 6-7700 SEEDS-PLANTS-- 2538 N. E. 19th Dr.-Gainesville
to let them be. If we show friend- M ,
beautify'your trees, shrub and flower FR 6-7515 -
ship receive friendship in re FERTILIZE6SInsecticidesPet I SHOES "
we
make even a tiny backyard into a big extra room 115 S. W. Second Gainesville CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST Supplies

.:.to Create dramatic effects admired by family turn.We 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Bob's Shoe Store
and friends. Outdoor lighting welcomes guests, Q attended church one Sun- VOLKSWAGENSales
224 N. W. 8th Ave. FR 2-0476() .
prevent accidents and'discourages prowlers. day while we.were gone and were -Service Parts Shoes for The .Entire; .Family
warmly welcomed and invited THAT ALL YOUR FORTDNE FOB MEN
See the simple outdoor lighting aids at Miller-Brown CONCRETE .PRODUCTS I *
many back again. But we returned to MUSIC CHARM SET FOR WOMEN

your electric wiring contractor, electric appliance Jacksonville and could not attend Motors Inc. ARE THE ,BEST FROM ENDWELL, FOR' cmtDREN-
dealers. and lighting equipment stores. The Music Center
,
Millehery
Bags
services there. True, this was a FR 2-3532 Accessories
And be sure to ask for- : different denomination to the one Edwards Building PIANOS ORGANS- 21 W. UniversityQataesvffle
.. 1030 E. University Ave. Gainesville ,
{ we belong to, but if we are all Supply Inc. B.ISSmmlE."TS

... ..,;<.t'';...." working and living for the same I Sales Repairs : SPORTING.GOODS

.: Lord, we are all brothers and sisters Montgomery Pontiac, 726 0. Main FR 2-4844 I Sheet Music Accessories

.t <: FREE 24-PAGE IDEA in Christ. We did have a Inc. Gainesville, Fla. "You Can't Beat our Terms" This Area's Most Complete Line

BOOKLET 1IGHT FOR wonderful Sunday School lesson POl"lIACGlUC TRUCKSB. 1025 W, University Gainesville of Sporting .Goods at

LIVING, OUTDOORS .,.. 9. that day. M. C. SPORTS CARS DOORS WINDOWS Jimmle Hughes Inca
In returning home we met some Authorized Sales-.Parts -ServiceFR MUSIC SUPPLIES ,
.. It tells tow mar l very nice folks a man and .wife .
.. to light everything, about our own age returning to 2-2585 Florida JalousiesOF I Lillian Music Store 1113 W. University Gainesville
from shrubbery to barbecue 220 N. W. 8th Ave.. Gainesville
A North Carolina after a visit to GAINESVILLE, INC. "Gainesville Leader"* Since 1933
from palm trees to garage walk
,!!! their son in Tampa. We enjoyeda Crane Motor Co. WINDOWS DOORS KRAKAVERVINTERCABLE YARNS-TOYS, ..

nice long talk even though she ALUMINUM AWNINGS PIANOS PIANORGRANS

/itt&L'1 was sick a good part of the time. LARK-ANGU.- Palm Beach Awning Windows CHORD ORGANS 5159.5375' Jaek'and Jill'
ENGLISH FORD
'
I We have been unable to visit All Meet. A.W J4..A. Specifications Guitars Drums Sheet Music A, Complete Line of

: our friends In Clay Hill since our Authorized Sales & Service Write Or Can For EstimatesFR Budgets Yarns- -. Needlework Nation
Lulu '011lUI' 'COMPANY has "Complete Service for All Makes" Free Instructions
return. Our daughter, Minnie, 2-8215 FR 6-5931
,,rftrara 'UILL01f. / A had to work.every day *and her 506 E. University Ave. FR 2-4251 1817 Hawthorne Rd., Gainesville 112 S. E First Gainesville .Toys ,Game*. DoD -Hobble*

it will not make that trip Gainesville Fla. 625 W. University Gainesville'l'4G.I
....,.......1\,. car says ..
until It has 'some doctoring done .

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