Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 2, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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II g I Road Bonds For i Motion Made BY'CC COMMITTEE : "

-p- k Bradford CountyTo I ForRetrial I Rflce Money Financing'Proposed -"

: OZ. .. Be Sold:Soon In Lawtey CaseGainesville

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-- -- I Bradford County road bonds,totaling :
$1,700.000 win be raid by Attorney Slgsbee

i4tig, McRoe Cited By Jaycees the Florida Development Commission Scruggs who represented Lawtey -
I Marshal Sumpter Harley and his
sometime in late Februaryor th'eirl Changes in the present distribution of Bradford County'srace

Annual Awards Banquet the March circuit Charles court. said Darby.Monday.,clerk of' January companion 18 Hoyt trial.Starling filed a at motion I DEVELOPMENT UNIT ENDORSED track money will be recommended to the county**'legislative -

to. : for retrial in the county delegation as a means of providing starting funds

| < r Bradford County Tax Assessor successful Elks Strawberry Bowl the Darby sale said from he received Lucian word Hazen of, last Thursday. JUdges'j'ottice I BYJC'S, AND COMMISSION for the Bradford County Development Authority, i it was

( ene' .Long (left) was presented for charity fund. He was cited for right-of-way agent for the State Hailey: and Starling were both I I I Starke, Jaycees Wednesday night unanimously endorsed announced Tuesday night by a five-man committee 'appointed

the; tilike Jaycees Good Govern- his contribution to this and other Road Department. The Florida convicted of public intoxication at I i proposed legislation to create a Bradford County Development I by the Chamber of Commerce to expedite this' project j
vfcient(award at'the organization's civic projects. their trial two weeks ago. but I Meeting in separate sessions ,
Development Commission is the Authority financed by $15,000 antaally from Bradford County
:Kiniial Award Banquet in the Last year's award winners-Carl which sells were found not guilty of chargesof with the members of the three growing counties of Florida.! He
;Garden Restaurant. Wednesdayt&ght. Johns A. N. Holliday. and E. L. I agency the state the clerk all bonds for profane language. Assault and race track fund. boards now sharing the fund also called attention to .the fact
f :. Julian E. McRae. who received Matthews-were guests at the ban- said. battery charges originally filed The Junior (Chamber members voted unanimously also to [[County Commission. School that hospital equipment "wears
the Jaycee Good Citizen- quet and were recognized by Funds from the bond sale will against them are still pending. Join with the Starke-Bradford County Chamber of Commercein Board and Hospital Board], the out and needs to be replaced. from
hh>" Award. was not present due President Snell. be used Darby said to buy the County, Judge T. A. Yawn has Its request to City Council for recertlflcatton of Starker committee presented its plan and time to time.

4tO. 1lln ss. :Jaycee President Fred Miss Hilma Tanner who will to right-of-way for U. S. 301 south set 10 a. m. Tuesday Feb. 7, as "Workable. Program" as approved by the Housing and Home invited comments from the other Several members of ,the' 'committee
:&nell is at center. while Carl La- represent Bradford County in the refinance the old $400.000 bond the date for a hearing the motion -i Finance Agency. groups. senator Charley E. Johns voIced objections' to any

Mar'Johns vice president presented Palatka Azalea Festival next issue north for to build right-of-way four bridges for and 301 for retrial. Yawn had previously i Iii endorsing,tbe Development Authority proposal. the Jaycees and Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr. sat thought of boiling the new hospital -
the award. addition with alMocid'funds
given Scruggs 10: days i through the three 45-mlnute
month was introduced. sessIons -
have two new roads in the joined with two ther groups that had previously approved
long was lauded for courage coun- from the day of the trial on Jan. as observers.In and declared it should 'be"p 4(-
and'outstanding: accomplishment Circuit Judge George L. Patten ::ty. The clerk estimated that 18 in which to file the motion/,'. efforts of the committee appointed by the Chamber of Commerce a prep-ared statement. read poned until such a time$fec1erfJ:
in" the field of good government." guest speaker at the banquet em- right-of-way for 301 south will Charges against Harley and two 'weeks ago to expedite this project The Bradford to each group. E. L. Matthews matching funds erE :.available.
phasized the of the
McRae an insurance agent was individual to responsibility the in cost around 500000. Starling resulted from a Dec. \l' County Commission by resolution adopted at a 'special meeting chairman of the Chamber of They said that 'originally', Uon'f

general chairman of 'last year's which he lives. Too community often he said Three bridges are scheduled to fracas at the home of Mrs. Purvis Tuesday night unanimously approved the" project as presented Commerce committee said that share of the race track money
be built across the Santa Fe River Brown of after which after had been channeled into vthe .hospital
the individual is content to leave Lawtey by the committee, and the Chamber of jCommerco boardof a careful study or the current '
below Hampton below Graham warrants were signed against the financial condition of the fund to get It b11t&%:4' in
Student directors .
Foreign matters entirely in the hands of took similar action at a called meeting last week.A
and on the New Hope Church marshal his three boards operation. Now t&at it was, operating :
and companion by it the
elected officials thinking he has four-man committee comprised of Fred :SneU_ ,. Abe Aber- was com '
Road at Brooker. The fourth is to without loss and had
1 Mrs. Brown mother of former mittee's opinion that the first over
:Heard By Lions discharged his full duty to the be built on the Blackburn Road Lawtey Marshal Mitchell Brown,' crombie, George Canova,and George.Ricks,.was named to work $15,000 of race track money com $134,000 in savings account, .tha
community when he goes to the which New into with the Senior Chamber in efforts to salvage the Workable committee ,
goes across River felt it could release ''is
and her nephew. Raymond Pre- ing to Bradford County for the
:.And Rotary: ballot box. Union County. Alachua County program after a Council turn-down of the CC's ,original request fiscal year 1961-62 should go to claim: on racing money-until such
"This is not so." Judge Patten authorities have agreed to pay vatt.The day-long trial.Curing which ,for reeel'tlflcation. The committee will also appear In the development commission with time as it was actually needed -

p said "for the individual has certain half the cost of the three bridges 15 witnesses were heard, saw Harley support of the Development Authority project at a public heaTing all above that amount being divided again. -p. '
I civic duties to perform In his the Santa Fe River into : Several "
across members ,of both tM
I and Starling take the stand to be held by the, Bradford Legislative delegation Feb. 9. equally between the County .
i'V community, as well as enjoyingits that county, and a similar! agree- for the first time in their own Commission and the School Board. Hospital Board and' the, School 1

: rights and privileges. We ment has been reached with defense. Both denied being intoxicated Under the division formula_ __ __ _now__ Board expressed themselves M
should discharge our duties with Union County for the Blackburn u n n favoring the creation of a'county
language in effect, the first
or using profane $15,000 goes to
," the same fervor we use in fighting River. Edwards' development authority but made
New ,
Road bridge across DogsIn
during the altercation which.,al? Science ProfTeaches the Hospital Board, with all above
bfl for our rights and privileges, he Two secondary roads are scheduled legedly no, comment as to finances,
began telephonecall that divided
over a being 60 per cent to
4 9 declared. to be paved in the county from Harley to Mrs. Brown.' Big Race the School Board and 40 per centto Committee members' barf: ..tonsand

Judge, Patten said that municipal for which the county will have to ClassAsExperirnellt the County Commission.The H. A. Bishop.Jr.. .caUM' Attention .

.,services and civic improve- pay for the right of-way and pav FeudIn On February 11 committee members explained to the down-turn.la',business
ments are too often taken for ing. The two roads are the Dedan Family it was their understanding locally, as well)*natlonaJJy,
granted: by those who fail to realize Church Road near Brooker and I Seven greyhounds belonging to .that the 60-40 division favor- and said that everything:possible

; ; that, each service and each the road leading from BuddyNorman's LcrwieyJailsHusban J.. Maurice, Edwards' .of Starke ing the School ,Board was made must be done to brintf MF Industries

S Improvement represents hard work to Willie Reddish' [old -m* .. \v 11': : ong4O.: of1 the nation's'fleei three years ago to provide 'emergency and develep-natut re..
:t : performed by some dedicated official Bootsie Beach Road, Darby'said. : L: : '., .... c';t ?''runners, ,'that. '.h' ve' beennojminated aid for the''schO system sources here X the, .1 immediate,.
or some civic-minded citi- ., ; Charlie, P. Cowen' ;, 'science' : tor'the: qualifying following a report by a citizens future.' : : *
s What begat as a family argument teacher at ,trials -ot.the Futurity to, A ordini' to the :'re
I zen. I BradorfHi Schoolis SM.OOfr committee on the' deplorable ,condition .tommltt*** -
i, Jaycee Award night does more Hearing SetOn in Lawtey'' resulted ,In, thejailthg currently participating, ... in, 'a ,be run tthetPibenixAf1i..Grey-: of ,school .plants and facilities port, race-'"track ttcXeyrcetvW,
: of Jacksonville man, .
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than just: recognize deserving individuals .' nation-wide effort' ':! a ,hou'ndJPark.onFeBv: ll.'ThB throughout the county. The by the county, :d nni ; 'pasi.
i1dStoial'ing Devaluate '
Radcliff 24 under b ; '
Charles ; select 40 have been : three has iafollowsr
Judge Patten said. It kept committee felt that the division years: been'dipded
alsg, :)etan, enm.plU9f.i .other LOL1 'Bii.- $ O.OOO"' Sheriff""'-'--P.-, D.-, i .new' -" .science.....-. teacMng--!. ''method.Cowen -s-:-. I f9Athe--cMuuing formula'should now'revert.to' the50j "" < '

citizens to follow, saying, in effect [ R dc 1h-slId, W e1t: iTj part1cIpatInE1n' the of, 4he '}CexitieIy. ,Derby; of,.,.dog >0 basis in order to provide 1P57.48. .T !4I'm.ft.1.! ftt-

I: "go'and do likewise." Radcliff is in Bradford Count ; !History of Science Cases-instruc-' 'racing. with'' its'first t place i pUpo'. 'a Q}?:.'additional funds for the 000; Ho&itl, gaatf.; '$,I.Oa.;
"t: 'l Jail under JSO.OOQ'bond,'oa charges tion Project," which,is being conducted ."' .- I ,
inar T stemming from the f fggy $ght,' : bya- group at Harvard ... CI,
from Oslo Norway, now Robbery Suspect Of ( Two Flo'ridlans.: Edwards of l. now operating "in the School Board, $93,600 1
attending Bradford High' School,, and is also under a, $2990peaq)() e,: University in co-operation with Starke"and :Mike, C Uahi of. black" should need help in the 1958-59. Total; received, ,,$179-
has. b e'n'gaesfspeakerdurini' the Wayne's Superette bond set by- County: 'Judge"'TA : ui .::.u.. S.. Office of Education. Hollywood,;own :13;of hthe. top 40 future. .. 300: Hospital' .Board,' $15,900:;

,oJ'past Vejek at the Starke Lions Caught In Alabama Yawn. The peace bond was ifsu' ion 'vEach class of the 125 selected' is dogs'who 'represent: : the' cream of School Superintendent H. P. County Commission, -'$i5 J20;

,Clubland*S&rke,.Rotary Clubl\ an affidavit signed ;by H. C being conducted because' of the the 718, original d .nominees_ 'for,this ,Morgan said that school needs are School Board,,97980., '. ,

Inf:iJot.tilks: ; tb ;.1.'t'-ye&rioldNorwesrtawgave'An The .FBI yesterday: announced Turner of Lawtey' Radcliff; 'fa- interest of the teacher in giving race. Edwards' 'owns. seven. ,and increasing each year and that 1959-60.' 'Total received, ,. *,-
,I ther-in-law.- :
..interestinV.aicouiitf '- I the arrest of Robby Clayton I hIsS students an awareness of the .I Castellani" six.In'lastyear's. loss of even a few thousand dOllars 700 Hospital Board.. '- f#,000.;
:tils' ; The sheriff said that. Radcliff nature of scientific inquiry of County Commission,* "$77,18&
:-pf homeland 'its physical" Smith,38. at Cullman, Alabama inaugural running in race track money would be
"'industries was charged with breaking and science as an Institution. and of America's first'$5QtiOO School Board 4101,220.
'characteristics! ? in connection with the robbery of ; dog racing viewed with disfavor by him.
I entering with .intent to commit scientists! as people. Approximately event, Castellani' collected the The in distribution for
pcho&V.;: .churches and governs Wayne's superette in Staike last Johns Thomas When asked if his department change ,
'mel; ';''said< that ,the living a 'felony after be had broken Into SO per cent of the classes $20,000 first place:jackpot while still faced the same emergency 1959-60 with $5,000 less gping to

'I difd'in: .Norway 'is fairly year.Smith was apprehended after Requests for local legislationwill the Trail Motel, owned by;his are; in experimental group, and an- II Edwards; had three greyhounds in. that existed when the 60-40 division the Hospital Board; was made to

high ,; but not as .high' as ::1 in: the he left work ,at a laundry in be heard by Senator CharleyE. wife's. parents, in an effort to eee other 50 per cent are in a control the competition emerged: with was first put into effect assist the County :Commission la
Johns and Rep. A. J. Thomas his wife Drucilla .after an meeting
t gr neidi,
tip. checks JlliOOO.;
tJ..S. downtown C hlman the FBI said, totaling Morgan replied "No. If it did.I'd. emergency
The.:thlng'I that has impressed! and is being held on federal I i Jr. at a public hearing to be held .One of the chemistry classestaught Edwards,' who prefixes the word quit." Racing revenue'disperse to the
'nlnv'perhapy: most in this country warrant charging unlawful a flightto at 10 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 9,, in According to the, sheriff Rad by Cowen is participatingin "Ed's" to the name of,each of his! R. E. Edmondson Bradford county for the current year is

,is the great number of automobiles -i avoid prosecution. the Circuit Courtroom' *""of"" .the cliff first attempted to see his, dogs will be represented in the County Hospital administrator running about\ 19 per cent |had
."which courthouse in St4 : wife last Saturday. He cameback 1 the experimental group of the Ditto of last year; If this trend ccn-
I are still more or lessA TheFBI said Smith is wanted racing by Ed's Ed's Silver said that although the hospital
project. This class will have the
luxury .in*,Norway, he said.. Gasoline for violation of the state firearms The hearing will be concernedwith Sunday morning according to Money, Ed's Sleeper Ed's Derringer board already had on deposit [Continued On Put SEal
two-week units of study with the ,
local legislation or legislation Reddish and broke into ,the! liVing
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in that country costs 56 act, burglary and grand larceny Ed's Tension, Ed's MoneyLender sufficient funds to pay its matching -
new teaching method after which
.cents' gallon the,young speaker! affecting Bradford Countyand quarters of the motel, then and Ed's Rosemary. of additionto Park f
and automobile theft at Birmingham bills their,scores will be compared with share a proposed Board
:declared. its municipalities. Only tried to enter the dining room ,occupied I. additional
a? well as the robbery here. the scores of students in classes the hospital it would need -
presented during the hearing will his wife and her
There are also great differences by par- Rec Dept. Cancels should it be decided -
federal for Smith
The warrant money Asks
be given consideration Johns and which did not use the new teaching $lJ1DDf ,
in theschool system of the two was issued Oct. 7. 1960 a* Jacksonville Thomas have announced. ents.Reddish said that Turner fireda method the control group. Classes For One. WeekThe to go ahead and build the
countries, with, emphasis more on addition entirely with local funds.
Scholarship and less on sports inNor..var. [Continued On Pare Six bullet through the door to scare The I new method involves the For Gcldhcad
Radcliff .before use,.of the "History of Science Recreation Department announces He said that Bradford County'spriority ,
:.: Steinar said. Students away. that Trampoline and for Hill-Burton funds had
Record Now 310Basketballers Cases r High Schools a ,
there."go to school six'days a week a deputy arrived on the!,cene specially prepared booklets designed Tumbling classes-will not beheld dropped considerably after the The Florid Board of parks'and

'wjtlisix! periods, ,per day. Each' but later'surrendered at' the. jail. : to provide students with a Tuesday through Friday, of next 1960 census because Bradford did Historic Memorials ftif jwked the
the sheriff said.Sarke .
student takes from 12 to 14 subjects Come Close clearer understanding of science week 'due to'use of the'USO'build not show a population increase 1961 Legislature for'an appropriation
,jbijt"the amount of.,work. de- and:scientists. ing "for. the' -Science Fair.. comparable to some of the fasterRT1 of $111,000 (or o4' Bead
'votedAo' each :subject.nri $ fcjpording' Is Site Branch State! Part fop pie coming
to its importance/ The I But Lose In Final SecondsStarke's -- biennium, Walter A, OpldweU.l

; 'pchdol\ :,term.begins August'10' and Of Basketball ( I Park Service Director announced

ends, June 23. he said. ** luckless basketballers j fore the final whistle when! the this week. '

'T1e' exchange student declared: came close twice in the past week Rebels waged ahead ;to a 9-64 Tournament I \lat's ( Among the items included 2a

he hadheard good things about but lost both games by slim mar- victory utilizing foul "shots. ,' and I the request ,were rest jwptex-
the TJ., S. before coming here,,but gins hi the waning seconds. long set shots. At a basketball coaches meeting 'of camping arf,'new PiCa

': hat { :eyen more fa'oraly Against P.-K. Yonge of Gaines- Starke was stymied hi the final last week, the BBS gym,was voted nic facilities, wjdrae! workshop '
I impressed .with' the ,cointrYte'Ay1ke1 vile' Tuesday night on the enemy minutes when both their shootingand the site of this year's Group n duplex picnic shelter and

h ; here'since last Aug\ court, the Tornadoes jumped off District Basketball Tournamentto The an incinerator.' '_
rebounding failed them. The '
'ust.: "fonlY' ;mild "criticism1'}! he to a 12-8,' by sinking six consecutive local effort was also* hurt when take place March 1-4. The Park Board ha requested
!dj14ib f that' due to the lay-ups. But the Tornado attack top defensive man Marion Cottle Coaches and. officials from seven ad additional fJ9,500 1 for ,maJor
,jea\\; umber' of automobiles stall d in the second periodas fouled out. schools picked Lake tit)''.. i improvements at nearby Magnolia

ayiii:5. : "you don't walk, ehoug'l the local boys had good shots Tigers as the top-seeded! team in .akeStatPark..
$i' I and took 1 them. but could score The Forrest game saw four the tournament. The Tigers ,havean ChargeBoys IW These requests are part, of ft

,Herald::lhat ,Norway has nat -. only three points. The score at Starke men hit in double figures 8-4 mark against Class A F i'__ : I -. total capital outlay tpproprtat&i.;
.f Otrtinved On Parr Shi7 ]. halftime'stOOd at 22-15 P. K. with Emory Eunice, who played competition,or,better. Perry (3.;) -.,.S .4 4 S of .$3,642.350 being sought b? the
; .. ,>- Y nge., possibly the best game of his career was chosen second-seeded, 'Qutacy .-- _; 5 Board. Coldwei said that..attendance

:',t 'BOY'- SCOUT: : But by the end of the third getting 22 points irhile. Dew- [3-21 ,third and' Live Oak M-4J ? -.I- -f : totals have increased tremendously

"' I'quarter the Tornadoes had carved\ey McKinney had 14, Woody fourth. f .s4 ._4 / in ,recent years yhile
k -WEEK the Blue Wave lead to three Strickland, 12 and Franklin Tom- P. K. Yonge.,winner last, year, 1_ I c.- appropriations have remainedvery

points as,the score stood at 2730. linson 10. Marion Cottle led Tor drew the,opening round,spot and I 5- t. '_i.- j r- ,- low. He said.the supply of
: ;Feb. 713c Then early i in the fourth period nado scorers Tuesday's' contest will face Madison ((0-8)) on the needed facilities to accommodate

I I'I they tied the score at 32 all on with P. K. Yong with. 10 points fl 'stdiY, Wednesday, at 4 P. ty '.. -.--- -- --jIL------ -j'.34 this increase, in public 'Qe_ }hal
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;HONORING But the Blue Wave again fought eight. that game on Thursday, March: 2.I. BUS Principal Hugh Ingram U Shown being arrested with evidence in hand as this request U an attempt,to meet

ahead to a 38-34 lead with 36 Baby Tornadoes Lake City goes against 'Santa (Chief ,of Police Woody Strickland, Sheriff Johnny DeYore, ,and Tax Assessor John I existing 'demandsAttendance

'This 51 Year Old seconds remaining in the contest. Starke's Baby 'Tornadoes.. ame Fe a team the Tigers have beater Stiller make the "fI 1ch." The, BUS,.student charged' their principal with tearing during the period

:;< Movement Starke's last moment of life came home. victorious Tuesday, after twice during the.regular, season; up the Starke golf course:bj,taking too many 'strokes per ball. from June 1957 .to June; .1360".in.
I That Has Bettered with 25 seconds left when Marion whipping P. K.'s >>.s u d. ..-.to. Perry plays Starke and Quincy creased from 2,763,009 to more

The Lives of More\ ,. Cottle sank a short jump shot to David Ingram had is markers to battles Baker County High' of- -.Bradford High School Principal per ball; hitting the turf and records than 1493,000 and the DUmbet or
cut P.'K.'s lead to 38-36. But Blue lead his squad while John Williams Macclenny. Hugh! B. Ingram was arrested yesterday causing same to be unuseable for Other student officials besides overnight tampers had I'pimPed
"Than' 33 Million Boys Waver Dempsey Springfield who followed with 11 Red Dulaney and Fred.Lewis"Of -but it was all a prank the benefit' of other .members." Brown and DeVore front 89,500 to 224,006.
lad with 12 markers popped in a But ,the Baby Tornadoes also Gainesville and 'John"U h' oj' polled! by BHS seniors elected to Due to his '"public 'position in were: Woody Coldvell stressed that ftortda's
This.._Space Contributed lay-up to secure the game for his toiled in vain last Saturday when! Jacksonville were the thrge officials ;replace city and county officials the 4 community"jlngram 'was put Strickland chief of police; Mike parks are becoming incmsiasly

.> Weekly to Publicize. team. The. final score was 40-36. their Forrest counterparts soundly chosen for the tourney. for. a half-day each year., on his Honor, not to leave town Denton city clerk; Linda Gail important as tourist attractions.
i Community Events by ; In Saturday's contest against trounced them 85-53'In: that -Ingrain's arrest, made on a war- beforehis.Feb.. l 1heaftng( on the Moody, tax collector; John Miller, He said that 85 per cetttof Florida .

*. Forrest of Jacksonville the Torna- game John Williams was.high Booster ,Club rent signed by Sheriff Johnny De- charges in' front of County. Judge tax assessor; Lee Cogdfll superVisor visitors come by automobile

THE COMMUNITY does also saw the victory light with 19 points followed bi Tdmmy To Meet TonightThe Vore, president of the BHS stud Ed BroWn.i i of registration; Emory Eunice and large number of.these ,plan
burning brightly only to go out in Andrews and Bin Jackson ith U ent body read "The aloresaid The students "took oU1 c" Wed-' superintendent of public in- visits to State Parks. He added

;:l STATE. BANK, the final seconds of the game. each. 'B terub; will ,meet a| did unlawfully and wilfully destroy nesday morning'when real county struction;;Richard Dugger. mayor; that the Parks are also being d
% in Aiahi Thursday In of the and to Margaret Douglas clerk of the circuit more by PI< !f Taking a !16-8 lead early the Both teams will journey 7:30 p, m. tonight ( the property Starke city off1c1&i1explained '
J't' OP, STARVE. first quarter the Tornadoes stayed to Gainesville this 'Friday 'to tackle the BUS cafeteria. Prwgdant $cb- gpjf.,. and Country Club by using them the functions of their offices court, and Linda Cox, county vacation and cotim". .locations
; : ahead until two minutes be- tough Gainesville High. fey McRae' ha ttnaaiijifjC*4: **' more than the.allowable strokes and acquainted them-with. public supervisor of registration. -
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... ._U.'_'....T...' .._, .. r I I Beverly Crawford underwent an Friends of Frank Hemingway Ihe Hillard '"B" string. ,Baldwin I the Commission reserving the right ere t will be computed to the -respective Cbvernor created by and e) -..

emergency appendectomy Tuesday will regret learn he_entered t. scoring.was led by Harold Four- to determine who is 'the jsuccsssful maturity dates from the I under Chapter 288, Florida Stand
i morning in Bradford County Hos- Luke's bidder and to reject any or all bids first day of October, 19SO. 'pursuant to a resolution i II
_Hospital Tuesday-and ater.and Larry Ra lerson with all! interest payable semi-annually Three different rates of .interest'may adopted bjr jsald Commission, J
pital. derwent surgery. ;-flednesdaymorning. ( PaUl aker. haVing a' good night,off ion the' first day of :April and of 'l>e :named for said "Ponds and 'ence to ald Statutes and n&o>
: : Mrs. Nate Cyal' and Miss Della .' s-, '' th backboards' to, make it { October, said Ftinds to be issued as it shall 'not be necesary that all may be had for a more detailsscriptloivof
FI:1 x avery follows: Bonds llald' Bonds.
bear the rate'of inter
5I Rosenberg attended a dinner at :%Ir. and' 1 rs.' ,L. H. Outlaw'andi tight game" until the last few Serial Eonds In the principal aest. provided that same all Bonds maturing ;-I The Etonds have been vaHdat
I ? the" Chateau at Atlantic Beach children 'were 'visiting Mr. 'and "niJrtuteswhen HUHard exploded. mount of U.HIOlO..and( to mature on the same date shall bear the judicial deer* *f the Circuit <
annually in noniercial order lowest Mine rate of Int'r..snp'ated of, the Second Judicial Circuit
IN NEWS i Saturday night honoring state and Mrs; Paul, Sullivan' inKimin'eest ;.. ; and tonbyasc Or tf: 31, to 24. I J' numbers first .-on' the first day of rate i>f interest 'shall not be considered ,,I Jo'ioridaIn ,.114 tor Leon Count
I National BPW 'offi ers.,, la weekend.. "'<. On :Fr y'nlght-ot: : 'this week October of each year In principal a different rate of interest. The approriag opinion of Me
I amounts as -follows Each bid must lit' accompanied by CaldWell ,.Marshall Trimble
_. --- ----- --_-__ __ Mr. and Mrs. George Huggins, Mrs. Effie Johns and Freeman all three teams' will play in St. j Hatarttr AMoant Maturity Anteuat a CASHIER'S or TREASURER'S!, Mitchell, Attorneys at Law \, I
i Billy and Sandra, -visited Mrs.. Johns mad :a business trip' to'.Augustine'with D. & B.. On Satur- : Date Hate CHECK drawn upon an incorporated Y rk, New York, to. the effect i*
Pearson Cox, son of Mrs. E. L. Wayne Allbritton of Melbourne [ Louise Jeffords in High Springs. Lake City.'on Tuesday. : 1963 I25.000 1977 $ ('.OOO bank or trust company. pay !We to sadt Bonds' are valid and lega. ,
I d -.the'varsity"'boySndgirls will I 1964 15.000 197J the Florida _obligations ot the FIClrt.I .
60,00? De\elupment Commission binding
: CQX Treceived his degree in Ba- and a student of Orlando Junior 'I '
Sunday afternoon. t 1963 30.000 1979 in 1 I I Commission and, It. I
G. E.: re play Green Cove Springs in 6 .OOO a sum equal to two per Development
chelor of Industry Engineering College, spent Sunday and Monday Mrand Mrs. S. R. Johnr were AUT3iAlIq. WASHER,1"Green' :I 1966" 35.000 mo, 83.000{ centum of the par value of Bonds i,>, quested, a coPY of the ,transcriptthe
at U. of F. last Saturday evening. here as guest of Miss Mark- visiting Mrs. Herbert A. Durden!I, filter how, 12'Ibs.) capacity.: Most ttove. 1967 ::::;.O&o 19"1' ';(1.000I bid for. as e\ideni of good faith, .proceedings involved mill I
I i perfected and trouble tree Washeronnhe'inarlcet Next weekend, February '9; 10 I 1S68 3: .Ooo 198219J3 75p(I"O and if the sucvesful bidder shall delivered t# .the purchasers of $5Bonds
-4 Attending the graduation exercises leyann Johns, and her parents. at Jacksonville Beach on Monday.. -- and ll'therSt. Jotin conference 1969'4M80 : ':;30(0; fail to' comply promptly with the without charge Copies of ft l I
were Mrs. Cox and daughter, Sen. and Mrs. C. E. Johns. Mrs. A. N. Holliday attended : : 'CL JJ; THcXJiif. 1970- \000< 1984 $0.0O0) terms of his bid the checkI1I be form in which such .apt>n vinp opi. I
I Gel Elec.; Dealer. will l be held In Hastings.Wr fcure- alit 40,000 1f!:; :;.IO\ forfeited to the raid payee as. liquidated Ion will be Issued! may be 'obtalfc
rr Linda and Misses Rosa and Edith Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe ofTampa the fourth annual legislative conference I 1972 45.000; 19S6
I .
ly do wish''Our; teams the v ry I !JO.0'00 damage The two per centum from said firm. 3
Moore. spent from Thursday toSaturday of the FlorIda PTA in George Patten* and his roommate 1913 50.0.X* 1987198S 95,00 good faith check of unt-urrssful For further Information. addi+t,:
It best of luck"in' these tilts. 1974 iiO.OltO. bidders will be rt'turnril the bidders T.V.. Secr..taV
100,000 to \Vlthfrington
< Mr. and Mrs. Vasco Dowling of with Mrs. O. L. Beas- Tallahassee last week as representative -: Hugh "Peterson of Louisville I 1975 55.00 1989 103,000 by registered mail at tht address Florida Development Comniisoi

*... Wilmington, N. C. were last Friday -. ley and "Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, who of the BHS Parent- ., Ky., students of Stetson y yyyyyyyyyyyVVVyVVVTYV I I -The 1976 53,000 1990! 110/100 stated in the bid>'. The proceeds < Bown 336.Eatit' Wing Carligi.Puildinr. .
'visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wes- back to University Bonds of said is"ue maturing of the two per centum good Taflafcasse Plvida f
i accompanied the Hoppes Teacher Assn. Richard Jockel, are guests of George's : in the years 19fi:: through 1970. both faith check of the succt>s-sfud bidder l'J.omDPMP110NIE1"T; "'OM I
ley Andrews: Tampa until Tuesday. represented the Bradford County parents, Judge''''and Mrs. G., L. PINE LEVEL inc lusiveshall. not be redeemable will be applied to thepayment MISSION < OP, THE'STATE ,V j
:Mr. and Mrs. Needham Hurst Steve Simmons of Miami and Council of PTA's. Patten. t|: prior turity.to The their stated dates of ma- of the purchase price- of said Eond.., ; 1-'l.Q.RIP. .
Ponds : enroute from a month's vacationin South Florida Junior College at Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen had in the yearn 197} to 1990. Marth II 1961. at 11:00 a. m. Its tThalrmanATTEST 1

I Miami to their home in Indianapolis Fort Lauderdale, l is visiting as guest Sunday, Mr. Hazen's ... YYYY.YTfi..IYYyYy IBy Geraldine Frn'drrl.] both prior induOin to their shall be redeemable | at The Hanover Bank, Neork.. : '
stated dates of ma !i New York. i>r stime other place! to T W WITHEUINOTOX
Ind., were guests Saturday friends here during the semester brother Harward Hazen of 'Plant AU. A turity. in whole or in par. at the i! be mutually agreed upon between Its Secretary -
ind' Sunday of: her mother. Mrs. -bre ak. : I I' option of the Commission .Oeto1,190 I the !>Ul't.t'ssfublddE'r\ and the Florida -' "
IW,* City.Mr. A1V11JE eregiadto's a'iar'g'eat bet or 'on any interest pay.I Development fonimissHon 'Full
W. We
Slade. e'
Miss Frances Landrum spentfrom
: and Mrs 'W. F. Herlong ; i I i m.nt date thereafter. at th price payment of the balance of the pur- i'
; r' :!Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Andrews Thursday to Saturday"With had a family'gathering'and birthday -.. 'j tendance'at church'-last Sunday.Rev. I 1 i of the par and accrued Interest plus I ciI a.se price must be made at the NEED HELP .
had- dinner By'Mrs. 'C B. ,Nolan "W.: E Hall conducted'_ ,the following premiums: j I time of delueri. by the !'ul'lt'srul'blddt'r
as .Saturday. evening her father and his wife' :Mr. and celebration: on Sunday forJilrs. ., .. Two and one-half per centum l( in Federal funds or immediate f

: .guests Carl Andrews of Winter Mrs. T. F. Landrum in Brooks- Mershon Ritch and Mrs. ,._._.._. _.._. ..A _.._. _.._. services. I I redeemed April on Ovtdber 1. 190, or cash without cost to the Com- WITH YOUR 1960
TIaVen" Mrs. George Cottman of THark Herlong. 'Present srere' Mr.' Yvonne? spent the,.weekend Two J. 1971.: mi8flon.0: Interest will be allowed t:

'Ocala, and Mrs. Jessie Chastain ville.Dr.. and Mrs. J. W. Brownlee and Mrs. W.' H. Steinmeyer, Sir.attd :.' We are.very_ sorry to learn: that with -Mr;and Mrs. Bill Mc- .. October S per 1. 1971or centum AprEII if redeemed, 19(2:!; on I 00. said are good dffirt'd faith on forhts deposit.Bids .".bio-b INCOME TAX '

of :Hampton. On 'Sunday they all spent Sunday at St. Marys visiting Mrs. Mershbn Ritch, and .Mr.[M is. Kay 'Manning, .the, :4former Cracken. Jacksonville Beach.Mr. redeemed One and one-half per ,centum If I will be furnished by the undefhign-! '
I t
4 visited friends in Providence. Miss Kay Strickland- ., and: Mrs. ''Edgar' Glisson of on October I, U7%, or. ed, and envelopescontaining bids RETURN ? ? ?
Dr. Brownlee's brother, Earl and Mrs. Mark Herlong and family ,- hali. 'b i en L April 1. 1973: I I should have endorsed tlu-ie-
I. .Mr. and 'Mrs. Joe Arnold of Johnson. Friends of Mr. Johnson all-of!Jacksonville.Mr. hospitalized in- qainejrville !with I LI! Starke visited Sunday WIth Mi.nd"Mrs. October One per centum if redeemed on I on, "Bid for Florida Development <.
Hollywood this week 'I second : .. :- Ferguson.. I. 1973. or April' 1. 1971: Commission, Pradford 'ounty Road SEE NEIL TUCKER
are spending degree W.-
J burns !
will be interested to learn that j .' and Mrs Buzzy Green andbaby 'which she One-half of one per >('entn'm if re- 1 Revenue Bonds. or words-of e'Iululent -
here with friends and attending I he has been made Administrar of of .qaines il1e.are spendingthe i received when her Clothing'caught'! .Mrs. .BIshop I Thomas:and chili i mPd on October l, 1974, or April I I Import. Said Bon rts. will be *f4
t$! tfW 1973s issued and sold by the Public Bookkeeper
Florida De ,
to business. !-d Brooker dinner
when Sunday
'Standing too '- reno were
the Hilman Hospital at St. Mary'sGa. U. of F. semester break with close to a Without premium on October Vvelopment Commission of the State '
Mr,.-and Mrs. Merritt Williams I r Mrs. Johnson and boys will I his 'renLs, "Ir. and Mts. Lex.''gasCheater.: We hope--she is resting .'guests*of.The W. C. tnners.I j I 1973:;. 'or thereafter 1. !('I' of Florida. a State agency composed 120 S. Court, StarkePh.
:' and Miss Frances Landrum were remain in Vidalia. Green. I comforta 1y.-arid"will Isbori be weH 1. Mrs. .Ophelia Moore' and son, A notice of such! prior redemption i of nine members one from each \IfIlhe
I ; Buford. Mr. and Mrs. Noon Mott shall b! published at least once at I eight Congressional Districts ot WO 4-9854, WO 4-2515
J. F. ,
visiting-Mrs. Rogers in Jacksonville ;Mr. 'and' JMrs.-jllike'Gilhooly anildaughter : enough to 'come homet !'I lea.st thirty days prior to the redemption I. Florida and a ihairmau (rom tn.-
-on Sunday. Hallmark Valentines now on Elaine, were visiting ,Mr.an&Ml'sronimy: ; Smlth &jtnd'Xlrs.: .A. Mott and son were date In a financial paper i State at large all appointed by the -
display at Bullington's Studio and ;, published in the City of New York. 1.
M r. and Mrs. A. .L.. Gagnon in and'children" Jacksonville. .were l luncheon guests Wednesday Th* Bonds shall be redeemable in I
Gift Shop weekend Mtt:;and Mrs. H. H; Lewis. I inverse order of
] Jacksonville on Saturday., guests of MK and IDs: maturities and blot ) J
-"-' TIJ -- I Charles A. (Bud) Jenkins, N. Mr. 'and Mrs. James Irwin: and 1 Earl Mosley and i mUy.. Mrs: 'Earl Goodman, Mrs. H. : ner within provided maturities In the resolution In the man

S. Navy, reported back to his unit L sons, Jimmy and David, of Louisville I- Frtenfls"or: Frank MVellhausen M.-McRae; and Mrs.'.Austin Fender I orizing the issuance of said Bonds.auth

at the Jacksonville NAS after being Ga. will be guests this weekend will be' glad1'to learn.; thl' h 'wI sable : visited Mrs. W. E. Hall in -Bonds Principal will be of and payable Interest at The on Han.said I

Florida in the base hospital for 14 'of 'Mr. 'and :Mrs. S. L. Peek;' to return home'Satur-.- Billiard't Tuesday. I over Pank, New York, New York.

: weeks, recovering from a spinal 1 J r. 'On 'Saturday, '''Ir. and Mrs.: dayirom. I the River df''hospital Remember the Youth Fellow- The Interest payment thereon of said will Bonds and the ,

,I-operation. He will be on six Peek and family and their house and we hope that he will continue shhVmeeting this Friday night at a pledge of the \rentals be to secured be derived by % \

I months' limited duty during this guests will ,attendthe, :RinglingBrothers to.-lmprove. '.4M".fMiss Johnstown.: from executed a Lease-Purchane, Agreement 't'f '

| recovery period. Circus Jacksonville.. I Violet .Burnsed of Jack- VELOPMENT by the COMMISSION FLORIDA DE as I

I T'heatreSAT. | Mrs. Gene Long attended the ,Mrs. Jefferson Powell returnedto I jsonville was an overnlghV guest' of Clay'Electric L DEPARTMENT FRor. with the STATE ROAD H,, -

: Riverside Hospital's School of her home in Denver, Colo o n4]I Miss Jewel' -North oMonday ,To Elect Lessee, said! rentals OT consisting FLORIDA as of ; ,
|Nursing 50th Anniversary luncheon L- Wednesday after visiting her parents flight. *s:,* the 'SO per cent surplus gasoline tax i .

I t at the George Washington: Mr..: and )Irs. W. 'B. Sewell, : Mrs. -Odell, W1Uahd.. sons, New'Trustees. authorizing funds ax defined the flt'ndi.in said accruing resolution i 1
FEB. 4 t t f Hotel in Jacksonville last Satur- for ten 'days.I I Jadine: and'Bonnie 'hive'returned '. the STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT 1 !

Double Feature Program ( day. Two graduates from the I Mrs. T. J. Corbett of Fernandi-I I home from an extended" visit with The Clay Electric Cooperativewill tCunty OFJ FLORID, Florida for under use Section in Bradford J ,I

1st. Feature i Riverside school have a claim to i na was visiting her son-in-law and i relatives"in- oiner...-:Arkansas.i hold' a' district meeting at 'A rticle IX of the Constitution 16 of of ji I I % I,

: !1 celebrity status. They are 'Mari daughter, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Snell i I }'1r. and Mrs: Leslie Cffilson of 7:30 p. m. Tuesday: the Brooker |tthe.I manner STATE provided OF In FLORIDA. in the '
: i gaiet Pritchard Boone. mother of i over 'the weekend. I Starke were vWt 's: 'of'Mr.. and community center for the purpose Rv the terms of Section 16 resolution of Article I :

television and motion picture star, I Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stefanelli r Mrs. Frank' WdJlhaOscri aha 'family L-' 6f'"selecting' a trustee < candidate i I IX Florida, the Legislature. of the Stile of ,
Afln I is
I Pat Boone, and Mrs. Red Barber, and sons of Jacksonville were on Saturday.rij' forthe upcoming' annual election. i levy of the. two cents to continue gasoline tax the H I ;

; wife of the sports commentator.: II visiting his parents, Mr. and "Mrs.Henry Mr.'and. Mrs. E."D.' : Higginbotham L- Other district meetings will beheld Article provided for In said Section 16 of !

'. Irs. Barber. however, was unableto Stefatielli, bn"'Sanday.; and sons visited IrvMacctenny in Hawthorne 'and Lake"City.' I years from IX for January a period 1. 194 of], and flftv is QD's1O I

cNmi.4ASCOPE attend the anniversary cele :Mrs. John W. Griffin of Ol ti- Sunday with Mrs: Hfginbothame H. H/TSuifericy, 'Co:op "president I- prohibited from withdrawing !
BYDUX&b I parents.- Mr" and and also District '3 trustee i proceeds thereof from the operation I
%Unb| rati n. locknee, Ga. returned today aftera : a I of paid constitutional provision dur. QUANTITY RIGHTS'RESERVED
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bakken, few Sweat. stated that meint eTst>fiD"stricts 'ing said period. Said
I OMDUOODONAID days visit with her'parents: 'be f Bonds are to I PRICES GOOD Thru 4th :
: CRISP Sr. returned to their home in Col- Mr.-and _Mrs. F. F. Stump. She We were very glad to see John 3, 5, fcnd 7 Will select one ortw eO nstruetkrnand issued to finance the cost of the

fax, N. D. on Tuesday after a was accompanied home by her Waters home-from the Baptist trustee -'carfdidStesVhd will be road project in IrdfnrdCoiint-acnuleitinn of I

: THE000REBIKEL- : ,; month's'isit with Mr. and 'Mr S. husband who came here on Wed hospital, over the weekend. He voted on at the March,23 annual I be known as BRADFORD COl'NTY ,,
I Bakken Jr. had to',)return for' further' treat I ROAD PROJECT and the refunding I 'c' 1 ,
nesday. meeting in'Keystone Heights. nf certain outstanding Revenue: A
: 2nd. FeatureS Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gay and ment.:HO >e' he' wilTsoon fce' home R. H. Green Jr. is present trustee i Ponds. -
daughter, Holly of Jacksonville i G. E. TV. Most beautiful picture for good. ',:' < : *( i ..' in'District 5. ... Under the tfcrms bf said Lea !e- ( "

a '-. -I'-- .... ii _1* > and tronble-free. Your bjst: bu,'. Mrs., entertained ROAD Pul't'ha"t'ert'f'ntt>flt. the !STtTH' ffif F R
D.) J B each were visitthgMrid Mr s. I-"U''" tJfnrjr Grjfis J: J J 't-' c: DEPARTMENT OF FJ.opfD\ : E50
: IB BRA .II'S! A. L. Crosby, Br. and Mr. and /tabes. 'G. J. 'McGriff. a'tew-jrje dsof&aren-and NEWBAPTIS1 atVt.l& over has the covenanted that It will take '
Gen. Elec. Dealer. .' control manteenient and :
.flf. on Griffis' .at Iter ) : CIIUPCBSunday ,
Mrs. maintenance
Crosby, on Saturday. of the Project as 11'
"' Mrs. E. M. Davis visited her 'Sen. and Mrs. C. E. Johns, 'M r. January,' 23rd: honoring Sharon 'h)9Ttof,,eJ"Stflte'' *v Tem of 'food" J."JlGR' 'STAMPS
I1i 4 : SchooL 10 L"m. TVor- after completion of said Project.
sisters Mrs. and Mrs. John A. Torode and Karan on their 13th birthday ,
I P. E. Stone and Miss and ; ship Hour, 11'a.'mJEveanuc 'serf1 and agrees that the cent! thereof :
-lil Mamie Anderson in Archer the | Rep. and Mis. A. J. Thomas, Jr. an iversauy. shall be paM ,from funds customarily '
l "s' ,p.--m. available for such -puirJofces. THIS ,COUPON AT YOUR
JG I i will attend a legislative Roger North 'of St. Mary's Ga.> Prayer'Meetthg'eaCS ,
is past weekend. get-to- ;.Interest exempt, In :opinion. .. of :
Wednesday : 'p.m. NEAREST WINN-DIXIE
,_ h's. J. Maurice Edwards will gether in Miami this weekend. spent the,weekend, here with his:i I i l.ouJtf'I'from all present ,..Pederalr': \ STORE

Cartoon: Spare thai Child l leave today for Phoenix, Ariz. I to I'' Michael McQuaig. of Waycross; family; Roger "is' : now employed by CARD OF THANKS !'[! counsel(Income. these taxes Bonds In the And. the coti-' Void After Limit One Coupon 0 Adult With

.- j join Mr. Edwards who has been Ga. is visiting his grandparents, the St. .Mary's Kraft Corp. in St. tf i pnns annurtenant, thereto have all Feb. 4 A $5.00 w Mote Food Order

TOT there since the middle of Decem- !i,Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams. JMa'ry's."Misses. Our heartfelt thanks to all who, C'otlahte the 'qualities and incidents. ,>f- ':tie- !
Instruments under the ne1 -,
: SUN.-WED. I her on business. Mrs. J. M. Highof Mr. and Mrs Jack Silver and : : Alene Sweat. and Helen extendedccnnforting sympathyand got table Instruments laws ttifl *tpr :
a FEIJ.8S Jacksonville will stay with her: daughter Gail, of Jacksonville' ] North'gave 'a lumber party January : help .in our recent sorrow. For,L.No State of bids.Florida.'1 ,
zn : for >SB than all of said
S sisters, Gayle and Dianne Edwards -i I were Sunday. guests ,of Mr. and 2Bth ats.the' old 'WelUiau the beautlful_ service, floral offerings $1,700000 Bond< or offering tl) pay 1 IC
0 The glamor girt; .,_ while their parents are Mrs. Norman Willis. hot s ". The young folks enj)"edsinginif and other kindnesses We less than'par and accrued interest; TEMPTINGLY FLAVORFUL' '

2 .' who wakes up j, away. I i Mrs. diaries Myers and children -j and*exchanged ghost"stories' -, are deeply grateful. The family will will be be Considered awarded, to and, the the bidder Bond, ', I<:

: '-ashamed... Mr. and Mrs. Chailie Cowen of Jacksonville and Mr., -ai rid alter which.'they enjoyed. "delicious ; of Mrs. ,Lena .Cooper. 'whose,: bid< produces the lowest In.. : h u .c--k

-. I 1 had as Sunday evening dinner,'Mrs. Butch Smith of Gainesvilleiwere f. refreshments. '1.. terst cost o/fered.after if deducting any. Interest the premium on 4'9 f

MGpwi i;i guests Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns, I visiting their parents, Mr.I We hope that J. D., ''Padgett, i LNOTK1.OP1IOI:: t..100.000.) s.ilu |!;;['I:the premium If any, will not be lb' 'ff'

: EUZABtTH TAYlOR tI I Jr. and children of Lake Butler, ;j I and Mrs. Junius Smith. over t heI who has been under the "doctor's: .I FLORID- DKtELOPMENTCOMMISSION i I'considered the as net deductible interest cost In In determining dt'I Rqas.t.- .

LAURENCE HARVEY i Freddy Johns and fiance, Miss.. weekend. l cafe"for Strep. thrOa ''1$ much. 1m- BRADFORD'C IXTnO.D j i'I terminI!' th* net interest co"t.! inMrtClA'FEATUlEMBC I
: .
Jacqueline Haltiwanger, and Mr.I Airs. Effie Johns and }{r. and: I proved-. '-, REJE.NtK BONDS SUNNYLAND Whole or Half
EDDIE FISHER ; and Mrs: M. L. Johns, Sr. of Mrs. Freeman Johns had as Sunday : Mr J and Mrs. Millard, "'Strlc] NOTICE. "IS FJEHEBV \' : p

I Starke. evening supper guests G.. W.j'land -and Miss Karen ') Grill r ls1 j:''That II mission-the,of Florida. Florida Development will reed'

Friends of little David Cowen Baisden and Miss Martha .Hal ii-i visited ':with Mrs..'Kay Manning j 4 I sealed bids In, the office of tiPLOBmA Hams.49 '

I i will be glad to learn that he is day of Jacksonville. :, in 'the,Gainesvil1e -hospital Sun AIISSIONV'ROOJI DEVELOPMENT::%8. EAST WIN C03 Ii']' PLURI ,

I doing nicely after falling' from a Mrs. F. C.. Cason of Lake City f day: CT CARLTOX. BUH '
We FIXmiDAW; tot) e hour
I tree in the back yard and breaking was visiting Mrs. R. A. Newsonie are 80sorry' to learn that 11:00 a. m.. Eastern Standard TEni
... his collar-bone.
: Cartoon!!: Downhearted Duckling I i, Mrs. Nell Pinkerton of Robinoiu : !Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Taylor were, j:i!his hip.' He was operated on"Suh-l 1 Of LOPilRNT$1,700.1000, COMMISSION'of FLORIDA, DP.VE-BRAD- UAI

: > HI- is the guest of Mrs. E. L. I called to Homerville, Ga. on Tu S- !'I day 'in 'the St. Vincent's, hospital FORD -COUXTY KOAD REVENUE-,) .
POSTIVELY CHILDREN : due and h4d a 'pin -putinv.his: 'hip. :BONDS 'said' Bonds to be issued incoupon
Badman and Mrs. Pat Cauffman cay to the death of his I' -1 I
mo-j : Torm,' In VJefromlnatfon of'J1 Steaks
: ORSTUDENT-; TICKETS I$I for a month. there I,Surely do .wish hima, !spmiyrr'e. 000, wui h;tate' date4 October 1,. I960! Lb 98'S

... SOLD. i!, Friends of Bill Epperson will Mrs. Robert Cantrell of J c k-!!covery.Oscar. only to 'be, to""registeral bear Interesteipresed a to 'principal: 'S

S regret to learn that he is confined'to sonville was here Sunday visiting I[, Owens of Brandon peht multiples of one-fourth onetentor In1] I

: THURS. & FKI. Bradford County Hospital for Mr. and Mrs: Robert Green 'andi the weekend here rtth'his mother one-twentkth f one'per eentul ) AMERICA'S COFFEE
: "Mrs. but not !fn\ xeeVs, of' the eta'tntory If FAVORITE Limit l with Food Or&r
FEB. 9 & 10 treatments. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Joyner. lilfoy Owens"and'famiiy.. rate offclx; perce'nfulfi''annuistu'ents ,

S S .__ ____-_-_--__- ___-_-_-___-________ T I I Mr. and Mrs. John. Cox and Mrs. W., H. Nollman, returned A"friend,.'Sonny *Dean, of Plant,; '" ,, e K "- EA f II Maxwell Pound '

S VIOLENCE... t family have moved from the"Harrington .; last Friday after being confined I j:City ,came home}.: with. him. i i"Mr. L I E1 ,

S VENGEANCE house to one of the M C-' in Bradford County'Hospital' for''' : .arid Mrs. James. 'Norman I : : I 5-9:
e IN THE : IM .
Kinney houses on St. Clair street. '' three weeks. I and"son. James:,Allen, of..Jacksonville H POk Y
: :' 'I Hco 0 use
were. Sunday-dinne? guests
S M C N.... I I ,
.- _&' .! 'Mrs.. .TUiby Owens and]family.;i I.I I.
.... ... '' o
S IIUV -" -'" -, ._.- I 'The.TJnion ting of the Cori-
.. .. rt II' b.tionD.I.llpl. : Churches 4i!" Limit 1 with a $5.00 or more Food Order

11iIESs \' ''I jheld: ",at;the* !axvU1e' HolinesdhChurch" ,''GrtTH [ 1 '
.. j '
a F1fASCOFI T' t last:: FridayTrid"Saturday. I
i I I ) ARE. TAXES nIght t I "- C'risco'z 3-LB. 591' H
I ( \ __ .
I ffFREjHUffEfi tflj! 'A: *, .l I'-v We .are ,
S !AT_.II' rHHIS IiOfPI[ I : TN9'! YOUR has improved aftfr:;. ecVn; };''',ilf-:: I '
: P_ SIm sm,IDe lASH ,1 ''' in-r -' iies.:..;. .* 't ._ -I : 'T 'r3r 'f I
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S .__- H --u--r-j---rIL I ( ; % :*) BUDGET? Mr! 'and -Airs. James' : Godwinare'fannouncing CHOOL1O.Ki l : :_._ I MIRACLE- DETERGENT'
S 1 it. h ., -thel;atrh-al ,of k f I II I II t Limit t witha.OOormoe.

: Cartoon: Ship _A Hooey j f. baby'-daughter, ,borh--'on January2rsF'uVthe I ,.a v "iou .. A. tI I i

: ... Solve ,the problem l by --Ed: 'Frakt--Osital' I inMacclermr. 'Tide Food Order 59
See K8ea'slop
Be Sure and "Golden Age custom \
j I ,
: fcotfrii
: Comedy" Feb. 16 Sponsored : borrowingthcashyo u The ? lady -a. Gt. Pkg.
I -
S by the Seniors of Bradford. \ t need from us. 1t's'-'Sim weighed been named 6 Ibs.'Linda and 8and Joy. nab j 64t 4E iJ' 'Ul1lffilli} :tfPlvs'othsrThlg '

I High S hool. You can: buy anadvanced'Ticket '-" ple to do; easy to repay. The' Baldwin varsjtX# boys were f"t', : TI" -rX4 .. I STOKELY! CUT G E N'
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from : ;
: anyoneof I c ''Terms 'are' -arrange 'inline defeatedbY: the HUilard "Flashes' :
the ]
S i ':S with last .Friday: night at >Bal< win;62 :$195-
h -- your: tudget. : to 35. Steve Adams and GlynhMeeks 'n'I'' t
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: FLORIDA AND PARK I, putforth the'l leading:fW ', rJE..fwr I thrill Beans

: THEATRES announce new}' i'i'2 fort for Baldwin by scoring*' ib :CAR1JI. ,. :I "packed 'acts! -:

: 'price I change beginning Feb. points 'each ':t'x.i.: i ': 4' 'REOl32 MM ? .

1,1961 1 I The Baldwin girls were host I to HEORPOiKT JUICY FRESH .

1 AFTERNOON PRICES LOANS ,TO $600 I I I' Ocala hfsh- "Friday hSibtil'f1f: dd- ., I,

: Adults- ____ ._.. ________ 50c': f ated them 42,'to3l.lDiarteGrifaer : : 5 .

I Children _______' ____- 25c ; 'Jed-:the' Way'fof.ltwih | '*pia1DajI(! I : O'rang Rej 391
:4 Students __________-___ 40c4 j I TOWNFINANCE.. 'iCJ: I tIrlSim hitting: ggffibolharif the b tfOt251iflt chipped. ferilpoints ,'j. ,r". : I I8radf .

-'-'lo.helpdoi-n..tXatla? 8b1t- '
.: EVENING PRICES ( : :. ley Higginbdtham! 'w t'1bIi 'i" I JEWELL Chicken, Beef, & Turkey frozen
I. ';Adiilt&1 .,.----_' _...,____r___ 60c.! CO. ; : play "Frida t' klter g1 'We'wli l'a1C'01lnt :Moi. spt.cl.4Mor. c.i.rq.ii"S ; I.
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f Children' ? ,___- -__ 25c; i'Cat kline b eanzt1 b.1nJ .. '.. '"r \Of" b i. t1lfIctiJ'iha, ii : Meat '.
& No Student Tickets after'' "received in"baskfitba1i I yiiwjiia aaJ je.t's.w Pkg.
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6:00 P. 144 'Y. Call St. tice: 'i:. ::'J I I $ ;

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I Methodist Choir t- .; -',) Circus Golf Balls Socks CHRISTIAN CHURCHCarl ---7.
.. I Showing Clarke, Minister D .BII.
Gives Supper To

I Former Teacher. i'iST. At ,Jax' Coliseum :;I,Arc: StolenjFrom 10:00: SUNDAY aju. Bible SERVICES School sTA' RKE FL':.'

The 1961 edition of Ringling I I
Pro 11:00: jn. Worship & Com -
The Chancel Choir of the First & Shop
Bros and Barnum, Bailey Circus munion j SUN.-MON..TUES.. t
Methodist Church gave a spagh- arrived in Jacksonville Mon- 7:30: p.m. Evening Worship I f
I I I1. 5-6-7
balls and
etti supper Thursday evening of i day from Miami aboard its, own i ipri'ate golf a "
': of pairs of white knit socks WALT DISNEY'S *
Udys Moot last week honoring their former slivered
? train and set'up'
"- .... ,...... ... .. director, Mrs. Jefferson Powell of ; in the new magnificent new Coliseum were stolen from the pro shop of \ Mark's Episcopal: TOBY : TYLER |

Junior WomenTo Denver Colo. for performances Thursday the Starke Golf and Country Club Kehl. KaVln"4Id Lr. lacBImI or Ten Weeks with a Circus I
American Citizenship ;, some time during the night of
The "L" shaped table set up in through Sunday. I'I TECHNICOLORStarring I

Judge Clothes To Be Topic Fellowship Hall held green place "The Greatest Show on Earth"abandoned Saturday, Jan. 30.t Church Sunday School Services9:45; 11:00: am.: Morn a.m. : Kevin, Corcoran, Henry

Next MondayJudging Woman's cards which marked the seating ': its "big top" tent sev-t Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish: ng Prayer and Ser \ob. Calvin, ,Gene.. Sheldon; Bob Sweeney .
. Club
said entrance to the shop was
arrangement for the 25 guests. eral years ago and now shows Richard Ltstbam'and lath-
gained by breaking out a window. Holy Communion--Fim Sunday !
that ducing Mister StubbW i
only in cities the -
of dresses and suits "American Citizenship" will be can provide Nothing else was disturbed, although 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday
made by entrants in a pattern the program topic at the Starke Kathy McGriff 'necessary space under roof.. Thisis the shop contained articles ':::so a.m JUNGLE: 'SAFARI!;!

contest will take place at the regular Woman's Club meeting Wednes- Celebrates 1 st Year I the first showing in Jackson' of much more value than golf Wednesday-7:00: p.m.. Choir Starring: Ruth- Roman, diva?

meeting of the Junior Wo- day afternoon Feb. 8, at 3:30 vine since the. circus went .in-. balls, Reddish said. Several foot- Practice; 7:45 p.m., Litany anti Norris! Lois Collier, and Dat&|

man's Club at 8 p. m. Monday in o'clock'at the club house. In With Birthday Party doors. prints of 'the intruder were ob Tible Study. DumbrUle. ;, -j
the club house. charge of the program will be The dust and'dirt of the"old tained. V Pins Color VavtoodWED. '
. A Kathleen Lee McGriff cele- sawdust base has been replaced by &Vf. GREEN i'
\ travel Miss
theme will be Florence Jennings, chairman,
as Reddish! said, with a twinkle in ;
l the background for the models, and Mrs. Edward Burns. brated her first birthday Tuesday, a,'firm l11bber"inattting thai is laid his that all "duffers" who BAPTIST CHURCH .-TIIURS." .FER $4.t i
and Mrs. W. Hal Hostesses for the afternoon will Jan. 24, by haying several neigh- Beecher-Shaw o'er 'the floor'to provide! *the Ard- eye the
Hand will server hate''been losing lot of golf Prisoner of ) Vbl&i
School 10 Preach
borhood children in for with' Sunday a. m. ,
a party. : firm
as commentator. be: Mrs. L. H. Gibson, chairman and :a ,
Judges will be The birthday cake was iced in Engagement Told footing. ,Comfortable, upholsteredtaiairs balls in the water lately are under ng 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30 Starring: Dawn Addams, .ifc&d
Mrs. c' '
F. Mrs. B.
G. Hutchinson, dress shop T. Harding, Mrs. Mack Suspicion. ..
pink and centered with one pink now accommodate'the tir-:. 1. m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer John Derek. '1
i seamstress Futch, Mrs. ,
,, home economics; Mrs. Nan teacher Mansfield; and W. B. Mundy Harry, Mrs. C.Mooty J. Houpt Mrs., candle. The cake placed in the Mr. and Mrs. William Rube cus audience instead of the 'old" P1ESBl'TERIAN Vtertinr Wertresdav 7:30: p. m. Devil Bat'.', t))a khi
Ga. Bible study. 73( '
Beecher of Lyons announcethe FIRST Wednesday -
Miss Mrs. 0. L. center of the table had a garlandof wooden. benches. .LaPhi4' IP14nc
Dorothy Ross; home demonstration Haynes Sr., Mrs. R: Starring Roijjnary ,
ivy at the base. The table was engagement of their daughter Since going under root, the CHURCH p.m. Jos E. Norman, pastor. <
V. Edward 'Co1 J"PlTtooa d
agent. Chapman, Mrs. Burns, = ,.
Ann, to La '
Patricia Ralph 390' N. Cherry St. "
overlaid with a pink linen cloth. show moreemphasis
Ringling places
Mrs.% Arthur ,
who and
model the outfits Mrs. mar Shaw, son of Mrs Frazier, ;:Barry D.'Yaft, Deventer, Minister St. Edward's Catholic Churcb
,they have made will be: Mrs. L. F. J. Pellum. .' The children sat around the on,_ .beautiful' costumes t -. FRI, SAT.,: Ml,
Shaw and the late Mr.Shaw Starke, Florida
table for refreshments Jerry
and were and and four brand'new
displays '
H. Outlaw JOHNNY
Mrs. T. L. Casey, Mrs. -Thursday-Choir Practice, 8
also given favors of hair for of Starke. numbers Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. .
: production .hav been
Dolph Reddish, Mrs. R. S. Mulins, Mrs Nelson Green Beecher from, PJD.; Starring: lrtiD'\ Cr60ks) iId'AiJ
Miss graduated
the girls and harmonicas for the added this year. Especially bejuj- Holyday Masses at 8:30: a. m. & < j" t' .,
Mrs. Jim Bloodworth Miss Betty ,attended ; Friday -session: Meeting, 7:30p : Donaldson. *' i' 1 to
Lyons High School and 5:30 .
Entertains In-Laws tiful Is the nautical number.featurfing : p.
Jane Morgan, and Mrs. Connie M. boys.Mrs.. South Georgia College, where she ; V THE EAST iSWE' KIDS Iii:
McGriff was assisted by the famed trapeze Mass at 8:00: 8. m.
Clark. ;; artist '
Saturday-Junior Recreation, 4p.m. ,
First prize in the local contest Mrs. Nelson Green entertainedat Kathleen's paternal grandmother, received a degree in Secretarial Galla Shawn. Circus",sailors and i Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 Pride qftJ! BoweryStarring (.

will be a family dinner party last Sat- Mrs. Green McGriff. Kathleen's Science. sallorettes take to the air to provide : o. m. : Lftj.i: mf i And dobb'jVJordan ;
a year's subscription to a urday father, Mack McGriff, took pictures Mr. Shaw is presently attendingthe the for her Sunday Sunday School, 9:45: l, ':
honoring background
pattern book and the opportunityto Mr. and Mrs. University of Georgia, wherehe amazing ''Lrlr. !Morning Worship, 11 a.m Baptisms marriages and in- ,,
compete in the district contestin Joseph Bakken. Sr. of Colfax, N : of the party. will receive a Bache.1or's.: degree act. ;Junior? : Choir, 5 p.m. Evening structioa i by appointment. Phis"Oefor1.Csrtowl. .. ',, :
Jacksonville later this month. D. who spent the past month here The evening performances ,Vespers, 6 Youth Fellowship, -
in Business Administrationupon p.m.
with the junior Mrs. E. A. Hall Is and will be at 8 :
Local stores are providing prizes Bakkens. completion of his studies.He Thursday Friday 7 P.Dl. :
The dining tables where the 15 p. m., and Saturday at '8.:45; CHEVROLET
for each welcome to these 5
contestant. Elected TreasurerOf is a member of Sigma Nu Everyone serv- )
members of the family were seat- Matinee performances will be held Ices. 1 I Im
ed were covered with white linen BusinessVomen fraternity.The Saturday and Sunday at 1:30 and V* ,M' <
Sawyers Hosts To cloths and centered with wedding will take place. on 5:30: p.m.Local ,
arrange- March 5 in the First Baptist ,,BOATDRATN, BAPTIST CHURCH ;",,.., r
Bridge PartyMr. ments of chrysanthemums and Mrs. E. A. Hall was elected '. ;; .:
Church of Lyons. -. ,. .. '. '
greenery. treasurer of District Three of the il Resident In i Sunday-School a. m. Morning .J ..'l"( .. :... ."..; !I! .
and Mrs. Charles Sawyer Florida Federation of Business Worship, 11 a. m. Training

!Were hosts at a dessert bridge Starke BPW Club and Professional Woman's Clubsat TEL Class Meets Patrol Bomber Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship Sales & 'Service.Gainesville's :' ; V

last Friday evening at their home To Meet ThursdayThe Southside a meeting Woman's held Sunday Club buildingin in the At PastoriumThe That Spots Chimp '- Prayer, 7:30: Meeting p. m. Wednesday, "..,.. ". '}, : :
ill Green
acres. Jacksonville. Mrs. Nate Dyal TEL Sunday School Classof 730 p. m.Pastor Largest I
Potted plants and planters February meeting of the Aboard the plane which first ;{ 1
was elected as an alternate to the First Baptist Church met : Rev. Barney Sweat. '
Starke BPW spotted Ham, the first chimpanzee *" :
were used to advantage in decorating club will be held. the Federation convention to be Wednesday night, Jan. 25, at the : Everyone Welcome. Volume Dealer
Thursday night at the HamptonLake i sent into space, was a local '
the party rooms for the ,held in Pensacola in June. pastorium with ten members and Hlckst .5 :;
home of Mrs. Nate Dyal resident, A-D2 Edward T. UNIVERSITYf
occasion. Other local members attendingthe two visitors CHURCH
present. During the I
with co-hostesses, Mrs. Ruth now stationed at the Naval Station / :
After several progressions of meeting were Misses Della business session, conducted by the HAMPTON BAPTIST ;
bridge at the four tables Mrs. Frazier of Graham and Mrs. Wil- Rosenberg and Madge Middleton, president, Mrs. Garl Mathews in Jacksonville. t Sunday Services' Sunday : :
lie Mae Denton Hicks was the flight engineer : } :
Clyde Terwillegar won high for members Starke. All Mrs. G. I,. Farber, and Mrs. J. D, plans were made to aid a needy aboard the F2V antUsub patrol !.School, 10 a. m. Morning Worship, CHEVROLET Utf
ladles and are urged to attend as Doyle. li 1 a., m. p.1 j : ., '
Johnny Kopelousos won family. ; Training Union, 6:30 1
high for men. I m dues ting.WAYeII' will. be discussed at this Mrs. H. L. Hough led the class: capsule bomber, in which which first Ham sighted was., shot the m. Evening' Worship 7:30: p. m.prayer | 201 S. E. First St., Gainesville, FR. .6-7581. ; ;;

I .I Christian Church in a Bible study on the subject, Into space. A flight engineer, or Meeting, Wednesday: 8 p.j 1 .. '. .' 7 r

Ordains DeaconsA "Promise to Christians" plane captain, has, the job of ,
During the social hour refresh-
watching the panel! boards on the
FOR: ments were served by the 'hostesses -
TERMITES special service was held Sun- plane for any. malfunctions., '
Mrs. Leo A. Hebert
day at the First Christian Churchby and'I Hicks' family .1 lives .at 4J07. Center Portable
Mrs. H. L.
ANNUAllY the elders and deacons at 'Street, Starke.Stump's? J .
which time the deacons were ordained V,
COST j jf"
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Starke Elementary

U.S. HOMEOWNERS The Hi Y boys and their spon- .PTA To ,Meet .*" '" 1,i f" I! 'Store i:

sor, Dr. C. J. Houpt, attended. V V
t tlci'f' Century. : "
Mclntires FeteTwentyFour The Starke Elementary PTA 1 "- PRICES SLASHED: :1.
FIFTY will meet in .the cafetorium Tues- j
M and':'g&Stump's fiat
O MILLION Guests day, Feb. 7, at 7:30 p. m., when Businesses come :
Store in Starke hasbeen
a Founder's Day will' '"observed. I. ., f'
DOLLARS! Mr.. and Mrs. Robert H. Mc- The program will be a' film- on 1;,here for half'a century.., .
Intife entertained at a buffet the child's I. Q. 'J J! It was 'F b. '6;1911 when, Fred

Florida Pest Control supper Saturday evening at the The executive board will meet :1!F: Stump, a young' roan from,mer-.I New .

Rivers cottage on Kingsley Lake. Tuesday, Feb. 7, at 7 p. m. I York City, first opened: a.
lr CbEgnkaI Co. Twenty-four guests ,enjoyed this II I cantile. store in a', building"In the
affair: block east of the present location.
Brownie Scouts
DIAL After doingljusiness IHere.for two

'C.RD.OF. THANKS To Meet Saturday years Stump's' moved' to;the corner ,. ,
I take this means of thanking I of Call and Thompson Streets, .

.I all my friends for; the lovely cards The Brownie Scouts will meetat where it .has-been located"t ever ,

aas 4.3965 and other expressions of kindness the home of their leader Mrs.J. since. .. ,.

'J [d.llfl during my illness........ -Mrs. Arthur D. Warren, at 1 o'clock satur- The' business;:!*':-"now managed' ,
Dale. day to go to Gold Head Branch. by Miss Lillian. Stump, but Mr. ,
--,---- and Mrs. .Stump;sttU "have a

Southside PTA hand" in: the operation.Congratulations .

To Meet TuesdayThe ire'fnorder: for' Former List '

Stump's uPon its 'arrival: at' the, .
Southside PTA will meet Half Century mark. Price I ''ri

.. W / at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday, Feb., 7, in "
\ Up-tO'-Dtil the SS To New! I I1MirH

,". ,..' ....... -. ,'. school cafetorium. Representative: ; $129.48 : ,

..:..,.";- .A" ::. ,. ".1', -'fJ. {"II1' Recent Births Be Here Next_ Week ." .rns1nnra t1IftUIVV '

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... ...!' "! ,. Bradford County Hospital announces Ax repreaentaUyia of .thelriefi4 i ivule ; STERLING
Social will ,
1 Security office ,
the following births;
: :. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Leon Williams be at the courtroom of the Starke MM* pitaUt toft COT III "' .. j .., -

I Y-t; ,'" : courthouse from,9:30: A.m. Thursday torn t* LOW COIT. Nrf.. tw.rar. .. a.a fL'
; t, 1 V. Starke a son Thomas Feb. 9, .for v-0f GraM...... .. c.......... .fDI."At., ",.. ,
'w"* Christopher. Jan. 26. conducting social 1 tfa9purpo3'seeudtyiTess. ..,((1. ...............tile................. L D. .
(A Mr. and Mrs. George William c..l. W R fir"0_ "
Wilkerson, Lawtey, a son, Joseph ..V
Andrews. Jan. 26. Persons.who deslle.1D.makl If-
) r"s P. plications for social security' retirement
;'\.*. -. .., Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cranford survivors benefits; secure
., ., ." Warren, Starke, a daughter, A-
-!;,, ;. ,; social iec J.rity'acc unt numbers Only 94.50.
I 1tI. t( ) 4.;)._,'*. ., .'.." v,. manda Adaire Jan. 27. :
'\ Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grey or;,get,any othet social security -
information invited to Plus, ,
1 are ,! /
'. Kelley, Starke a son, Stephen ; : .
.. ) ; ,'. see. the representative at this Tax T-;
I .., 'I M Wilson, Jan. 27. lime. '
V '\ ,; 1 Mr. and Mrs. Barry Bernard ,
-5--- ; ,, Bucholtz,V Lawtey a son, Patrick. .
HEILBRONN MISSIONARYBAPTIST. The Portable with office-size feature '
.. Lee, Jan. 29. big typewriter Full size
\ : Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Eugene' ; CHURCH ,., standard l keyboard ... Page Gauge Touch SelectorTabulator '

; .: ... Austin Lawtey, a son, Jan.' 30. Sunday School, 10 'a. m. Rex
: \ i Brookins:'s P r1 temient..Morning

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Orinter of Worship 11 a.m. Training Uniopu

Jacksonville Beach announce the 6:30:: P. 111., CJlen Norman, director. ."
L Lc. PB'bCLCI r" arrival of 'a' daughter, Teens Evening Worship J, 7:3Vp. m:Prayer '

Eloise, on Monday, Jan. 30; at ,Meeting; dn Sd i.;'l30"P"'m..

: the Baptist. Memorial Hospital. Rev. .Lu her.A..:McO e.,pastor.:-D.;
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'' Great..grandparents- Mr. and R. ,Redding,'choriSt rM, 'S:' ,Re ,
V, Mrs. J. H.,Ritch and Mrs.--A.. H. 7olie welcome '
\ r Bropkins, pianist.'L LEve ,
.. You keep up to date in many ways 'With'>a]l,low- ,' Durden. ..0fSt Jacksonviile.Beacli rke. Mrs.. Herbert! to:aU services.'" j ( 't ; SMITH CORONASt.: ., ;. ,; ,
Durden of Is
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'" ( cost checking account at our bank. Paying.billS .. the maternal grandmother. -* : ::" / > '! '
', Methodist Church\ '
;) f/ >g> old-fashioned way-in person and with cash- ';' .- V. ,. '.>: .. V .BrandNew : _
.' I IJ.a Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Norman,.Jr. I )
., is out You simply mail your personal checks. SChedule.for week of Fet5: I' Clipper 84'9AbtEFULL'SIZE
'... .. announce the birth of a son Jeffrey -
: And because'OUt'stubs-andyo checks (auto- ::t' Lane: on Jan. 21 in South Mi Sunday' Church School 9:45: i
i Mrs Norman'is the al: m. Morning. Worship 11 a- m. "
1 ami Hospital. .
': )1 matically returned to you, when cancelled, ,as,- "-, : \ PORTABLE ': :
.5 \,, : former Sandra Strickland. daughter MYF snack supper,'6. p'm..Youth r- '(' ,
TV receipts-are) dated, they keep you up to date ,.. f of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Strick- meetings, 6:30: p.,m. Youth:choir BUT WITHOUT TABULATOR PJus.faJ.: :: :'

on how much you've paid to whom' for what. r. '_ ; ': land of Kingsley Lake '" rehearsal, 7 p. VL,Evenin4: 'Worship ".'...- -.' ,"'', ,

Why not in and see us this week about this :'. .' 7:30 p. ml. : : $
stop Tabernacle
At The Monday Circle 2 will meet CHANCEV f' A5L1rETiMt I
convenience? ,
modern financial with Mrs. Pauline Torode p. m.

I The Bible still proves' the'draw- Mrs.:Ethel Lowell and;Mrs: J. ,H. ,.
fig card ,at the Gospel Tabernacle Fields co-hostesses. Off1aIV; Board .. I

been severe and though there the Is weather always has a meeting TuesdayCircle, 7:30: p. m..1 sill' 'meet at Other Portables As Low_ As : 78.49 ;.fctai,P

FLORIDA I IIfflOt warm room and a few faithful parsonage, 10 a., m., 'liars. H. A. IO ,
students, of the Word present., Boyette and Mrs.,E.: 8.:.:Perryman. .
Tuesday night Mr. and Mrs : : : '
JVal- cohostesses.Wednesday: ..k :
= : : '
; ter Martin of Lawtey showed interesting Prayer' Meeting, :

; : I ]( S"T EtJJt: pictures In connectionwith 7:30 p. m. ,

.. -." ., ,. .., _., _, the Mission work In -Quito, Thursday'Pr yer Group, Pet-
Ecuador where they ,were ,guestsof lowship Hall 9:30.a.,m. Chancel and Smith Corona Dealers

Martin, for three weeks. j

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I I tion N JlW: II.
is the hog_ factory where
The Ball Is Rolling i liquid feed is pumped into troughs .; 4 : .. :
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and feeding labor is cut to a min .. Matt..

IT* President Kennedy has said, "Let's make a start." His imum. It sure sound good to one'Oven Meals ,1 L dies in ... 1. ttC

t tr: actions during his first two weeks in office show that he I has who on more than one occasion TAKE IT EASY oven meals are j join,.the
Ii had a hog knock over ,a ,a girl's best friend. While the ,. intends-to do. just that. He is working the national level. i
S bucket of feed I I ; )" Gold ,
before 1 Corp.
:I 10Ve .b 1ieve.the time has come for Starke and Bradford County i pour it into the trough.he could meal cooks, your time is free for I The ', gtarke Florida,
other activities dressing ori open to any :I emlos in a
UJ. to ;make a start on some long-delayed objectives on the : i .5. i as Iii padlock
i|chatting with guests. Most of the! 17 years old : !' : (>n
> local level We're building !
a shade house is ahead of time. Entries '
{preparation done microwave
Old Man j !
I' Winter got in some for Alice's nursery, and instead 'N'o kit-'Orange ', reflectors,
One of these is the creation of a Bradford County Dei i pretty husky licks last weekend, of expensive redwood slats last-minute flurry in the 'I and all wh.-r
fort t chen! 1 Lakeland,
..-- reloprnentAuthority, about which we have written much in j, j and while there wasn't enough the top we're using old wire and OVEN MEALS save en dish'midnight, l ] building; IS fei-t
p recent weeks At the risk of being repetitious we would like ice to skate on. there was plenty Spanish moss. i Moie than :! te slab floor
washing. The foods can from
elsewhere, I i base of towei.;
: to call attention to this matter again, and the importance of I including our pitcherpump the oven to the table ,in the same :wait winners. \ receh
getting :an 'enabling act, passed by the 1961 Legislature, together 23 which froze solid. We had L Read about a spray that you attractive cookware. And they I'pliances] for. I said equipment building l Ie>
degrees, but
imagine it I
was below can use to
I with an act providing a start toward financing. that keep,snakes_ ,away. To-,;economize on fuel because the i en for the : t tower build
on low land and .
pockets. day there is 48,09i)
a spray you can use I
whole meal cooks with the same washer-dryer :: >d
I ''With vigorous Administration Washington getting against most anything you can heat. and if re
But i a m on Frida>.
F .set<<: to go places'in some. much needed areas, such as the de- minute the earlier sun is getting up a I think of. Only one that hasn't j 'OVEN MEALS bring variety i thir Each ; I I The Commission
each day now, and I been reject any or
t 'felopment of natural resources, expanded public works, and 'i it won't be long,before the planting be dandy brought, is1 out to yet, that' might |land attractiveness to menus; when :receive a I I:

: other construction programs, Bradford County can't afford date of Feb. 14 will be rolling away. one keep salesmen used as an occasional meal. i]plus an I i ] desired information, or If a-a

t to 'be caught without _mechanics for moving forward on around and there'll he a rush to S. In plannning this kind of meal,' set' of I of it la d.--
these fronts when the time Too much is at I plant kitchen gardens. select foods! that can all be be Recipes will : Lyle C. Drog-
comes. stake- In studjing over some of the : 'tronks Sertice.
cooked at the same temperature s t'Ond Street
; toqmany; ; neighboring and competitive counties (including After farm census figures we believe and.for the same length of time. i iOv. and orginality : 'I : .Telephone l FU
I Clay, Baker, and Union) already have such machinery set locking (or-a long time,, we've found what's wrong with choose foods that require the ; ; It'r, 3857 West
'v e've finally found the : '. Bxtensum,
t greased and ready to swing into action. Bradford has actual L farming this area, Report .we I
up, dates for Dog same temperature but varying Safe : Telephone: FR
pehad: ,to take .its. hat off to its sister counties when, it the sourc.e,' there Days According two to went over showed 878 mules and lengths of time. :: ', Jr.
are propertimes horses in that section I
t ..come, io, ,a.' ,progressive outlook and the initiative to implement for'defining the period, one 'but and man Use a pan or casserole with a Approved : '
"': that's a lot of '
mules 2-2
2t 2-9
it, and: this, is no time to start. for the north and. another for the standing around, eating their just tight fitting cover. For vegetables,lI( Ins. SS
south. add just enough salted water to
Here: the 40. days start on L heads. off.
In recent' weeks 'the committee appointed from the July 28 and end Sept. 5, while up) .e. cOver the bottom of pan to sup- Insurance )

Chamber of C ri1merce Board of Directors to' expedite the I north 'the season. starts 25'days Go around the ply steam and prevent scorching. win Larson
county and at SLADE
; formation of a 'Bradford< County Development Authority, I later.DogDays. I place after place you'll see a mule' Adjust racks while oven is cold. safe driver

t and explore ah o'f f inaticirig" it,, has" been giving the matter ; standing there, doing nothing. Place pans to allow free circula- will save-' i : 'I
tion of heat. I
t a great deal,of study. Realizing that funds must be provided : was the name given The 'farmer's working hard so'shis 350.000 :

t "r to have an effective program, the committee has by ancients i to designate the hottest wife, and the kids, and infact meals For printed and recipes suggestions call the on Home oven will good become driving I Gas 4
season of the
studied the financial structure of the three boards cons year when the everybody and everything on' Demonstration Office WO 4-2865. The I ( )
rose about the tune'
cerned in the divisio'q.of Bradford County's race track same as the place is slaving away, but Starke. -
Sirius the Dog, star. People then 1 not i tHere the
: money. It is the, committee's feeling that the division of believed that flogs were more susceptible made.Old Jug _Head, he's got it' is the"oven' meal prepared I statewide S

4 the racing_ funds, should" be reviewed every two years and ,to rabies'during that 1 II last week at .the Home Demon- I in bodily .

I the money apportioned .on ,the basis of the greatest need, period, but it 'has proved to be Back when f farmers were mak- stration Council Meeting: and an I

: or where it will do the most good. nothing but a superstition. ing a good living around here, the Barbecued beef patties. baked ,. of 3.5 per I Less
*: mules squash, garden peas, apple crisp,, age liability ; I -
I had to work. Now they're' Gas"
; I The committee ,met Tuesday night in the courthouse Had trouble starting the tractor standing around rolls. Chopped salad and coffee out to a ,
giving the old : I
I with each of the three boards concerned-the School Boaid, again this week and it is a problem hee-haw to the farmer who is I completed the menu. 'Cooking per cent for .

Hospital Board, and the County Commission-in order to when you use the machine struggling to keep up his payments time, 45 minutes; temperature,, ages.However _
375 F. "
I discuss with them their needs and 'inform them of the committee's -' i infrequently. Could have gotten I on the tractor. degrees WAIT
it started by pulling it with the S S Barbecued Beef Patties: One driving -
; objectives. It was explained to them that membersof -
soft bread crumbs one-half
cup fears
but would
i a dope Sam ,
put it March 15 has been set for I I
the committee had
reluctantly accepted a job that the .away backwards. i cup; milk one and one half pounds aground pren
.., Chamber of Commerce felt must be done, and that any S FFA Fat Stock Show and Sale, beef, one teaspoon salt driver plan Service

: recommendations it might make would be on the basis ofwhat I If you're needing any dog fennel and being{ there fed out are for a total the of contest.76 steers I pepper, one and one half tablespoons cent, and SHOES i

t it considered best for the overall good of Bradford I let us know. We have more ,: Worcestershire sauce one ;miums

; County.. than we know what to do with Incidentally, we hear that a ''I fourth cup vinegar, three table- ;mounts from. RT
!and can sure spare some. It's the FFA spoons sugar, one half cup water, i 1.2 per cent
hog show along the
: Although opinions differed on methods of financing, as I new improved giant variety, and I lines as the cattle deal, is same I lone half cup chopped onions and I ,I l latest loss
was to be expected, it is notable that there was unanimous we're beginning to think that it I L ned for the fall. plan-S one half cup chopped green pepI I territory.It 'I 1 'i I St.

agreement on the need for a Development Authority in, the asn't Jack and the Beanstalk, S. pers. Moisten crumbs with milk.I I 'is l;!) l tl a

It that least but Jack and some of Combine with salt and meat and L1|i i(out of I & 1\lgr.
: county. was pointed out at two projects during our dog About the mules, again, we're every )I'I I '
4 the past year had to be financed by unsatisfactory methods, 'fennel. only kidding. We like mules and pepper. Shape into patties: place ''I affiliated I ri' -
in shallow
S. a baking dish. Combine 1
.5-I...., whereas they would have been perfect objectives for a i in fact, some of our very best to I for these basic I _
The latest word in remaining ingredients ) maining 205
= .County Development. ori.ty. Both the ,county and the I A.l __ hog produc-S 'friends are mulish. make barbecue sauce; pour around I pay.more. j I II __ ? I I
I _
'- .5 cjfy had their'budgets seriously upset by the need to cough i ir patties. This receipe serves 6 | Florida's j I____ \g$4CIRll'S

: I( t' up'funds for the site of the new Florida Development Commission ,,,r people. i -u-t-- <

S warehouse south of Starke. There was no other : 4-H Club Sewing -- '

HID to Ia. spurce' for these funds and the community could not stand ': The 4-H club girls have started

it': !idly by.and. run the risk of seeing the warehouse go to some their sewing project. They are l I
""" hemming dish towels and making

II"t. : other= area.. S i:I .. skirts' and blouses. They will I. !

t t model: these in the dress revue at '
;; Tjie other project that should have been the work of the

Development' Authority ,was the new' migrant labor .camp. Rally Day, March 4. Gloria Jean I SEEN SMOPPIN'! wocvl Losr 1E. THAT'S I LEF.T 114E SPr4
,IS, .;. -__:: -= --DOWCA.. H_ ._ Newsome and Linda Sue Batten FCR HIS MOM DOWN MCityrishS SHlNER."HOtb'D YOU CoW.D,>foO GET A / 1.
If weVhad..had j a Development Authority ,ready to swing into --- I II I of Hampton have already completed SET IT SHIVER .

II.... j. action, 'there 'would have, been no need for our farmers :, Wherein'the January days glide Telegraph. I have been around: blouses. ACOP0FHOTr 4Jc.). V t

S t'and others interested in agriculture to have to go out and i happily by and we welcome in the I quite a bit and finally lauded in: Adult Sewing MeatMarcet' ''I (CUP ogiNgIri'OF HOTCHOCOLATE.A CHOCCIATE ?( ,

I:: k knock 'on'the doors. of business houses to raise this money 'month of February. We lay away' this wonderful state of Nebraska.L Sewing workshops are being [ .

'I" r by public subscription. Not that; the businesspeople weren't the deceased. I quilt, I sing, I I still love Florrida and appreciatemy planned for adults in the Brooker, I.gr's WM.K WITH Him tv 14 k I

: : glad ttf'Jielp-out\ in this project, but there would have been pray. dear friends who write to me. Lawtey. and Starke communities. ; : o,, '--
\ '; farmers in the The ladies in Lawtey will meet __
no need to place-our position soliciting The robes of winter are most This week I had
a letter from I at Mrs. J. C. Tye's home Mon-
help am( Q'ur.busin.essJlouses in, the, position t>f having to |rare .5
Mrs. Lucina Clark. Such 13, for their first session -
} a lovely day, Feb.
l It if'5'e )had l had Development Authority. I
provide a
:I e I IL With ermine trimmed and l long letter. God bless her. in clothing construction.

... These are just two, instances ere an authority would glowing gems; It will soon be strawberry time I 78

: have ,been like-an ace in the hole. There"will be plenty of : The finest fleece the hillsides in Florida. Here is my recipe. MAYOR'S COURT
11",, others$$. in the future. For instance, It is conceivable that wear, I STRAWBERRY PIE 1 1-2 i'

:. \ .. Bradford County. might at 'l long last obtain adequate exhibit -I\', And rugged rocks have diadems.II quarts. ripe fiesh. berries. Crush Eighteen cases came before

'I '; buildings for its annual.fair, .-a.l \: .-pavilion, and j I' The valleys sleep eider-down,,enough berries to'make two cup Starke Mayor W. T. (Billy) Jackso WEEK-END
.... The trees have jewelled Add 1 the two BEEF SALE!
: other faciHtie .to-spur agriculture in the county with the again arms I 2 1-2 tablespoons cup sugar, 1-2 cup water, weeks.in Mayor's Court past

",'if". matching /unds that could be provided by a DevelopmentS roofs : cornstarch, II
:. | Time-darkened of nearby : tabsp.butter and a little. red food Horace Lee Wilson, running red
.' S 'fj Authority.We S 'town' ,|coloringl.:Stir,well and cook until light, forfeited bond of '1250. FRESH GROUNDROUND! S RIB

feel*that'.10 The recognition ;Qf, this, need by the mem- I Gleam as a darkened counter-. ;it-thickensabout 2 minutes. last Will Harris public intoxication, -

"" bers of 'our''three boards is at .ansencouraging sign. }I pane. I j add butter and coloring. Strain five 'days in jail or a fine of :
I How strange that earth should:! thru a rwire, sieve to get but any BEEr STEAK STEAK
., Now' if.1h.ey. just f become sold to' the extent! that a little j fade and die; l mps.. Have a 9.inch pie crust $27.50.
: sacrifice (if necessary) is made to get this project off the Take lobes of immortality; 1 baked. With the remaining ber-i Simon McLeod Jr., Negro, driv-

:. ground, we'll have it made. Await! as barren hours passkey: !""ries fwash and I stem, arrange ,in I ing while license was revoked,

A resurrection that shall be-! the baked pie shell. Pour the sentenced fine of 5250.to 10 days in jail anda Ib.; 49c. .IIjr49c lb. 4ge

Ellen Ochs. cooked mixture overhand chilL
: : The First Two Weeks All too swiftly January .has Serve with whipped cream. Roland Edgar Lerman runningred ,

passed. As I write this only a HELPFUL HINTS: Fry bacon ona : light forfeited bond of $12.50.

S : Some strong, significant policy trends were firmly established few days are left. I have not S slow fire and start 'in a coldI Virginia Gee, Negro, 'posses ion I FRESH WHITE

S in the first two weeks of the Kennedy administration. quilted steadily as I could. but,am I Ilin I skillet' and it will not cur!. After of concealed weapon, forfeited ;

,. These trends are of wide interest to the future of the no great hurry, as I enjoy having '''stuffing a fowl but the heel of bond of $52.50. HENS b.1.Se lb._

.United. States and of the Free World. They have. already this bit of work always wait-i S bread in the opening to close. 'Claude- Thompson, disorderly :BACON 29

1I dohe much to instill confidence, 'both at home and abroad. ing. I :have :not even, one-half i,i Then"you do 'not have .to'sew up conduct by fighting, sentenced to .
finished. We had two funerals'l I the bird. Use scotch tape to holda five days in jailor a 'fine of $27.- END CUT _
..: 'As pointed out by Nate 'White, business and financial
,\ on Sat. and Tues. were sack to the sewing machin,e 50;' sentence suspended and put on CENTER CUT
.. !. writer, these important actions are: women. One was 62 and the other' when sewing put in all scraps and "*obatIon' for'60 days.
.$ First: The world was assured that'the' U. S. would not 39. Both left children. The -' PORK CHOPS
younger when. done sewing burn the sack, I E. L. Westfall, -disorderly con- lb.39c .P RK lb.
devalue thedollar .. died of cancer and the older, 'the I : CHOPS 69
-1"I that the gold drain, while serious, was Don' went to store, tut did duct by'fighting_, sentenced to,
,4t who had 11 children, had'not too He has'been' I IJ --
grown stay long. I
not catastrophic, and that the country would make every seven days in jail or a fine of i SMOKED -
.. effort sugar diabetes. Now they are laid I J J J home these awful cold days and it 3750. S S
to stopit, while still attempting to build a strongerand '
to rest in, the cemetery on the hill. has been fun like a vacation. Ha! FRESH
more 'satisfying economic world. Joseph Norman .O'Keefe running
Before dajlight 'every morning ,1 made him a 'blackl raspberry BACON -1
t Second: Labor; especially learned that where the welfare I take my dogs walking. It is,"before pie this morning' for dinner ,and.I i $12.50.red light, forfeited bond of 33c FRYERS! -Ib. '2ge

; of the economy is concerned, quick action could be expected I eat breakfast, too. I get. my had broiled T bone ste'akI 'stillbake : S

from the administration, and that it would use its power. lungs full of fresh air and come home made breads OC: jnake Henry Maise Negro, public intoxication COPELAND'S r S {_,_. J
and'taleut, tocurb unreasonable of strikes. back so hungry. I usually take those round loaves now for,a forfeited bond of $27.-:

S.S j rtt Third: Farm,' leaders,. meeting. in Washington with their That them is down, a high the spot'alley in"and'the back.day. going change.: to' be Life happy is so just:good everypiintite .1 am-: 50.John. W. Marks' Jr. speeding, LARD 1/ ,gal l.Jar j J9c _SPARE RIBS Ib. 33c

jisualjcrop of contradictions,* heard firmly that the administration -' j.i too. I look af the 'sky in the, east; for I know that forfeited bond of $27.50.. _

IJ;i .:lid not regard farm surpluses as a liability, but i brightly colored preparing _forI ured, out for us tbneis'inea'a Malcolm L. Jenkins, .running

Si", as,an instrument of economic policy and that a program of I I the sunrise. .Some day now when I longer am here working and per: led light, forfeited, bond of $12.-

upgrading agriculture as an instrument of economic policy i I we go walking the 'sun will be up. haps' alone, I shall have golden 50. Ib.-,39c-.3 Ik for
and domestic. strength could be expected. j jl,am reminded of a poem. Here memories.- .5. '* Richard Eugene Clark, reckless MEAT: $1'
S are a few lines: My dear stepdaughter Donna
Fourth: A fresh,,economic, image of America was obviously -, by speeding, forfeited'bond
I. .i. I There-are places we must walk: who lives in California sent me of $27.50. .
; :. ; being produced. It was the traditional mage of an first. S this beautiful prayer which I shall '

pp; America concerned with the hungry within its borders as S In the morning when day is t share with you. She has been: Elgia Thorp Lowe, vagrancy by

well ,as th 'hungry of the world. < I new and slender and uncertain. very_ ,ill and we pray .for her recovery loitering in Reno, forfeited bond

:I11'l Fifth: Arms control 'won' 'No. -priority attention. It And we always. try to.remember and love her dearly;, .f!/Robert$37 S _
saidto he world that the coil, Intemperate fragranceof ,O loving God I Thank Thee for. Byrd, Negro, driving
the United '
States is rethinking its while under
that-raw ,aIr Thy eternal. friendship. Teach me : inuence'of! -an alcoholic -
I. j1ies. .It ,,served notice on the Soviet Union
,.. ,, expect : It really has been raw air jhisl, to praise Thee even in dark-hourS .i beverage, forfeited bond STOCK A COMPLETE IIHS OFtiRQCERIEs
S S ;, ,change, and It said to the people at home, "Change is .oc- 1 week. It has been,below zero. One I of my 'life' and find the peace of of $52.50. .

eurring." Stock market traders sensed'the change at once, morning was: '17 degrees'below. Thy companionship. Strengthenthe 'Nick'Griffis., disorderly conduct

with bullish! effects. 'This morning it was only 5 below, ,ties! that bind us.to. each other ,f feited bond of 3250. j
.. '
S ,- President Kennedy has made an auspicious start toward t this but there is a win: today Winter j and to Thee. -In :Thy name we I George Jenkins, Negro, disorderly

objectives during the brief time allotted him.| His ,will i i is really here; cloudy now and pray Amen. conduct!!. by profane language,

i ingness to face facts and not 'shrink 'from respOnSibility' i is 1 I i looks as if we would get more I AU my'love to each of you and sentenced to seven days in Jailor 1. '
snow t God 'bless you every one. I a fine ,of $37.50. GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT
assuring and inspiring. \\ e believe that the nation is ready -
It 17 this January Mother LURA. S OPEN 7 DAYS A '
>to*move forward with him. was years ago Halph Leroy Ebersole running c WEEK '- 7 AiM. TO 9 P.TW.
that I started wrtt1nr: for Hie I red ]light, forfeited bond ol $12.50. -'_- -_ --a- oft -

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STARKE. FLORIDA 7f" .. .PAt.T: mtf f.
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?Motel Timber Deals?Raise TotalCounty t l-- : Fumicidal Sprays{ r j 1. UK PARK" BAPTIST CHIIU:U 111ADNO3Tlilk lJJu'k'\\'. Madison: H'IP'TISTSOU 81.unlay 1.

Best To Control Sunday School 9:4a: a. m.: Mom

ng Worship 11 a. m.: Training &hoot._f"45. Jun LaW-
Property Sales To $$311,100 Azalea Petal Blight Union 6:45: p. m. con Superintendent. t t

Morning Worship, 11:00.:
The most effective control off f Wednesday, Bible classes 7:30
Training Union 6:15: Jim Hat
.:Property'transacttons\ totaling ,Jacksonville parcel of land. 1. : azalea petal ''blight is application I 0'p m. Bill Simmons, preacher den, Director. *
$311,100 in the county for the ;300. I of fungicidal sprays starting as;
seen as the first flowers HOPE BAPTIST i; Evening Worship; 7:30.: ;
period December' 9 to date were; Kenneth D. Norman Starke to j open acv CHURCH '
topped by a $52,100 Umber sale:'; 'Charles VV. Slade.: Hampton a ,4 I IS cording to a University of Florida I Wednesday Prayer Meetlnf,4
Sunday :
and the sale of a local motel for' residence, $9,100. I plant pathologist.Dr. School 10
$100.000. I L iKarl Morstein to Cecil Ellis $ K. S. Mullin, Agricultural ( cmo., Morning mesage 11 a. m. J

;.',[ 'large motel transaction was!| :Miami parcel of land, $4.500. I y: Extension Service, says subse- draining Union 7 p. m. Evening

the! saleof the.'Stafke Motor )'| Trellie S. Cheshire, Broward y y'gz quent applications should be made. message 8 p. m. 'S' :

Court, on'North Temple Ave., by i Co., to Hauston T. Smith, Mel- at 5 to 10-day intervals depending MondayBible Joy Club 4 7Ulo

'i' l maB. L.,'Cook of Starke. to roe a residence, 12000. I II s_ on the weather. ;to 5 p. m.Wednesday. '
Raymond E.!:: Rusnak and Mary;i I, W. D. Thomas Starke to John The numbr of sprays will also Prayer Meeting

Ajma Vinay 'both of Pittsburgh.. : Wilbur Nettles Starke. a residence depend on the length of blooming 130 p, m. Choir Practice 8:30p. : 666

Pa..:The. .1. $7,000.Barclay ] t'S period, but a minimum threa m. Pastor: Merle L. Packham. :tJ :
second'iargest transaction!i Development Company, y.'r will foe Deeded.
was the $52:;100 sale of timber I Jacksonville, to Mabel A Wooster Weather conditions which are

frqm_300 acrea.of land by L. A. I I Keystone Heights, a residence, most favorable to the' disease 'include .
Wynn. of" "Hampton, to DanielsLumber 10000. humid periods when the Our First Saturday

Inc.\of' Lake City. I. Mary Leila Scoggins, Columbus, V : plants are frequently wet by rainsrand Morning
;;Prices of aU' transactions are 'Ga., to Noel P. Joyner, Starke a .> dew, and when the temperature ;
figuredfrom documentary :tax I'residence I 8800. ranges from 50 to 72 de- :; FEB. 10

stamps affixed to deeds:jailed in I Lora{ -Lewis to Mary D. Brown. grees. Shade or any other factor FlEE :=

the office of 'the'Clerk of the Cir- Starke one acre of land, $1,000. which contributes to slow drying':' nth
u Court-in the.Cradford County Leonard, A. Hall to Hubert Bau-' of the plants also 'encourages' de-.
Courtfiotis} :'biily'sales''o1 $ ,oqo ger Danbury. Conn., 12 acres of :--, v'elopment cf the disease. :;

r.mOf: ,. re'j!stbdf"there. Othera I I land and'home, $15,000. Dr. Mullin says a number of
/ .ti li X11BCV: # ** (I ";>M,ry 'D.'Brown Starke, to Al- 1 fungicides are reasonably effective '

r/AJexandeJr: ft* Smith',., 'Jackson toa Grifis, .Starke one acre of r t'A in controlling 'the disease! but !I: SHOW
"'.ir.f: toy!>>?a :I iMxa: Adrlanl ''Tansi, ;: land: $1,000.Charles ,t v zineb and thiram are probably;
Yteystone.l3eijitparcel, of laM j Waldo more effective than any others i i,
A. Beilyepsch. :
.. j.. i
$g,5vu. :,: ; / : 1 to Ray W. Tyre, Keystone i ,f: : Thiram provides a lo ;period j ii
;'W; 'T. ''Jackson-,- Starke;'' to X.1"Heights. four acres of land and lot :: 7 I of protection and leaves less visi- i WILL BE .
' .CQrPi .. *F1d( Ida corporation: 'inf!f'on-Sllfer Lake, 7500. ble residue on the blos 'om. Dr. I .

Orange: '. Pprk. .: parcel of land, I Lessie Kite Putnam Co., to Mullin recommends a mixture. of!!j '" :
$8t)Op. 'Vu .I:Charley E. Johns and Charley 1 pound 'of 75 per cent 'thiram i i "SNOWFIRE" ; .

'peuglas? i.lHa.rdy. Starke to''Jerome Johns both.of Starke, 30 wettable powder per 100 'gallons I I j .

Tom .Hardy.,;'Hampton" three lots, acres of land 4800. tof i t water or 1 1-8 tablespoon to 1J! AT THE
$2300;; V 'R. R. Andrews and Cleo Andreas gallon of water.Recommended. ( .
'Foster Sblith' Starke to G:1 his wife, and Stephen E. Tom Edwards To Enter Prize Steer ; Community Chorus :.I, strength of zineb i i '

T,1*::Hugms'( ''. Starke, residence Kelley and Maxine A. Kelley, his 1 To Meet Sunday I.i sprays is 1 1-2 pounds of 65 percent -i FLORIDA THEA IRE! I
$1&000.; I wife, to David E. Canova Starke zineb wettable powder per f
,'R. W !1faY'es..' Starve, to J. E.Hardy .! 60 acres of land in Brooker, $3- ,In State Fair At Tampa February 9 I There will be an organizational ,i. 100 gallons of water or 1 level

Starke parcel of 'and, $4- 900. I : meeting of the Community Chorus -I tablespoon to 1 gallon of water. ;:. These FREE Shows Are Sponsored -By.
500. this Sunday at 3:30: m. at : ,
j I Ten-year-old Tom Edwards, wards pointed out, and sold for I p. Completely cover the flowers The 'Following Merchants
earl ilbench. For
R: Starke, to J. Maximum Assets !!I the Methodist Church to select a
son of Maurice Edwards Jr., is around $3,500- .I i
C, S'jer, Starke, residence, $17- .'; work to be presented before Eas- with a fine mist of spray. Spraysare j!
Announced shown above with his 14monthold TerwrHJegar Motors
Relief -
-000 .' ., But competition in Tampa will ter, Director Frances Poe an- for protection of the flowers Andrews Drugs"WinnDixie
I I.i Black Angus steer with which : 'i 206V.. Madison Si,
I be tough with around 150-175 Shopping 'Center"vv'0
f:fc li Whitehead to Standard .i A Florida couple on relief may he hopes to win honors at the 4-H :j;i entered. Young Tom animals will, nounced. and will not cure infection which 4-3381 WO 4-21511 '
Persons who wish to affiliate
01l!Vo..lptiin; .Lawteyr 7000. and still i I j- has already taken
have as muCh as $1,200 "and FFA Fat Stock Show and i I show the steer himself at the I place.
themselves with the Koch
''"avulse; BelfRarriall to'StandaW j I be eligible for welfare aid under Sale at the State Fair in Tampa ;show, which is sponsored, by the|I organization : Drug Store Local Finance Company
are welcome to attend the meet- 161 E. Call St.
da-XJii.iUbt. .. iaLawtey, $3,800. ], the new regulation I I j Commerce.I FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCHCor. I. 116 N. Walnut St. FWO
,{ I next Thursday. Feb. 9. |Tampa Chamber of ing. Miss Poe stated. WO. 44401Denmark
'Jv EWaHJr.; .. Lake City, to The State Welfare Board last l Pictured also is Lonnie Harley'The show will take place next ;i Call & 'Christian Streets 4-0101 or 4-0111
oseph: 'L;.Iamb, ,.Starke, a lot, $2- weekchanged the maximum I < ; -
from whose herd of registered i|i Thursday, Feb. 9. with -the sale Bob L. Badgett, Minister Furniture Co. North Florida Supply
Q I amount of liquid assets that a New Asst. ManagerAt 434 vv, Call R!
: following the next day. I
-- still Angus came the fine 900 pound Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Wor- 234 N. Temple Ave.
and as-
./'Carl" :Lamar, Johns. Starke, to i person eistance.may The own maximum. for get two ;I steer. I "This is a home grown and. Local Finance I Jh'pand' Communion. 10:45 a- m I WO 4-4321. WO 4-2113 .

Shirley l -Shaw hns; Starke. half ;1 to : This will be Edwards' !;bred animal! ," County: Agent George -,i "h!-Rho 5) p. m Choir- Practice, !
persons raised from $900 young I Starke
was j Builders
Interesting residence, as trustee. for sin I first competition, but he has been : Huggins stated, "And I think I Robert L. Sowell is the new as 16 p ;in- CYF 7 p. m. I Supplies, Inc. Underhill Drive-In Restaurant
1,200, while the limit a ; 215 E. '
TtffJllchaj'd Xllan Johns and"Robj j. remains at $600. I!coached by an. experienced hand. j!jit prdves that Bradford County sistant manager of Local FinanceCo. |f Wednesday. 7SO-p.: m. New i Washington St. 867 N. Temple Ave..
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erti\Dale Johns. 1 1.f gle person 1 cattle be in ., i Training for WOIl 1
An Increase was also made in ,| In 1948 his father Maurice Jr., can as good as any having been transferred herefrom I I ,
.f arvey 'E.: Vaughn. Clay County the aid dependent children pro took honors with a Hereford steer the state." Huggins is planningto the Bainbridge, Ga. office of II I 1i i 1 Jimmy Moore's Sun Sports Fred's Marine

....,;.to. '''Lloyd Francis Van Nelson, i. gram. Maximum amounts of cash ;; that was 1st Grand FFA Cham- drive a car load of cattlemento the firm. He and his wife are I BAPTIST i 245 W. Madison St 384 N. Temple: Center Ave.

I. -. cr other liquid assets held by a pion at the Ocala Fat Stock the showing next Thursday. occupying the Tyus apartment on IM 1! Sunday School 9:45: s.m. Morn- 1 WO 4-3791 WO 4-8801
t The steer sold for $1,247.75] ; "We in 4H and FFA appreciateI Center Street. """
I parent or 'approved relative now Show. | nfi "ship: ii a.m Evcruipj !:
'TDE' RIGHT PO. Ni; for thf 'are $600 plus $250 for each child, weighed in at 1,085 pounds, and I interest that our cattlemeni Mr. Sowell succeeds Victor Laz- j Service' 7SO p.m. Prayer M.-etmr Williams Jewelry Ace Electric Service
I way 'you -write. Come ta and MM the I i and others have in and !ich, who has been transferred to
, i tip to a total of $1,200. Previous brought $1.15 per pound. But our youth i each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Every 142 W. Call St, 21S K.: Call St.
your favorllp ESTERRROOK! j in good farm animals," the the Albany, Ga. office of Local 'S
I maximums were $150 for each champion at the Tampa show last ; county 1'one welcome. H. H Mott WO 4-8311 WO 4-4921
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.pAGE SIX BKADFOBD. CUUMTV TtXttUltAML STARKE. F1XJ1UD.V 'u 'n.i.D.'i.. iELUABX: r ,'t. 1961

reign Student I cipal and government funds. This --. ---r. community): the volunteer, leaders
also provides old age pensions for Race Money -t-1 }. Mayor ProclaimsFebruary '
Heard By Lions t 1_ I who give;generously' of their
persons over 70. time, their ettort,?, and their energy ,-

And Rotary The speaker was introduced to ..z. 7-13 to the .b flkfit. j oi the youthof
t both the Lions and Rotary Clubs FinancingProposed -! z
J also the
our ;
I 'Continued from Page One] by the high school principal, : As Scout WeekMayor assistance: given ,by_religious bodies -
Hugh B. Ingram, who declared I ;- I
I school organizations i s'eterarut
jfiealth Insurance which! Is that Steinar was a fine ambass- : (
r I IF i associations fraternal groups, and
W. T. Jackson has ,
paid by contributions from the proclaimed -
ador of good will from his native
.Wuted, person, matched by muni 'I I I country. : the week of Feb. 7-13 as service clubs that' sponsor_ our
-, t Boy Scout Week in recognition of !I Cub Scout packs. Boy Scout

[Continued from Page One] f the 51st anniversary of the found- ;( Troops, and Explorer.. tnlt!." the

I 1'lug of Boy Scouts of America. I Mayor: said.Singing. '
tinues the committee said
Bradford -
1 The proclamation states that !I
should receive close to $200- L Ii
; t the Boy Scout program has affected -|i ConventionTo
000 for 1960-61. Since any change r'-'j the lives of more than :33:
in distribution would not be effective million boys and men since 1910, Me'etSuitd y

I until 1961-62 thfc could and now has an active enrollmentof

mean that the School Board : ; more than five million, of whom The Bradford-Union Singing

would get around $110,000 [60 ; 3,800 are active in the Alachua','i, Convention will meet Sunday, Feb.

per cent] and the County Commission L District. I 5, at Pine Level Baptist Church

$74.000 In the curent 1 urge our*citizens to recognize starting at 2 p. m. Everyone interested

I year. The Hospital Board has already and support the unselfish :I in Gospel musIc. la invited

I received its $15,000.out of r.'v patriotic service rendered to ourgTARKE I to attend.

,USED the first allotment. The emergency %. .. L
bill favoring the County : _1
Commission was for only a one- _
OAR year period and does not affect -I------ -

the 1960-61 'distribution.Assuming :: :
Midget League Basketball '.:
the county received! I41U .
at least as much in 1961-62 as is -

$1 expected in 1960-61, it would I Captains And ; ..:ill
$ 195 1954 CoCaptainsCaptains ..,.'
CHEVROLET mean that excluding the first I TYPEWRITER SERVICE :

and with 50-50 distribu-
$15,000 a
Del and co-capta'ns' of tain Andrews White,
Ray Tudor. Red and White. Stock No. receive Drugs; Bobby tain Local Finance.At .
tion each board would ,
376BB the Midget Basketball League are co-captain Local Finance Co. right-the long and the .
around $92,500.Additional
discussion of the pictured above. : Kneeling [H-rl : Mike Hewett, short of the League-Greg Red- 304 N. WALNUT ST. PHONE WO 9-2191 '

pro- Standing [1-rl]: Wayne Blank- co-captain Court Shoe Repair: dish 5 ft. 6, and Mike Hewett, 4

$$295$ 1955 FORD \V-8 .posed revision formulas will likelybe enship, captain Register Gulf Oil; Jimmy Moore, co-captain Register ft. 4, each won three first placesin .*.
presented at the public hearingon
Johnny Westfall, captain Court
new legislation scheduled by Gulf; Peter Fancher, co-captain his age group during the recent TYPEWRITERS ,1, <
Ranch Wagon White. Stock No. FC315B Shoe Repair; Greg Reddish! cap-..Andrews Drugs: Dale Crosby, cap- goal shooting contest. .J
Sen. Johns and Rep., Thomas for .
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10 a. m. Thursday, Feb. 9, in the Keystone Profs Blanding Hurricanes HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATORFriends "
courtroom.The ADDING ''':
$$195 -. 1954 FORD V-8 Chamber of Commerce Take First Place of,Earl Johnson will be
committee is composed of E. L. Take Lead In interested to learn of his appoint

Tudor, Blue. Stock No. FC353B Matthews, chairman, Carl Johns, .In L City Bowling ,ment as administrator of Oilman MACHINES REGISTERS ,

Jr. Johns, : I Hospital in Valdosta, Ga. He
H. A. Bishop Jerome was
and John A. Torode.Hearing City Cage Play The Blanding Hurricanes took I an honor guest at a welcoming ts

$$145 )1953 HUDSON JET over first place in the City League party given last week by Dr. and Serviced Cleaned RepairedALL
: Keystone and the Professors by ,defeating' the Jaycees 2940 to Mrs. G. W. Barker in ValdQsta.Mr. .
Grand Ribbon. Stock No. FC346C Set 2828 last week. Blanding's Tor- Johnson's wife is the former
hopped off to leadj in the .City. nadoes rolled
over last year'schampion Martha L. Brownlee of Starke.

Basketball League by taking their Noegel's Auto Sales, His family will join him in Val- WORK FULLY GUARANTEED

$$195 1953 CHEV. TUDOR For Local BillsContinued while second Lawtey wins last claimed Thursday its night tirst, night 2859 to was 2858.rolled High by Gem game Jewelry's for the dosta in the near future. .

Radio and Heater. Black. Stock No. victory with an impressive 58-34 Jimmy Hazen, who had 216, while I .
C366B."LYDE win over Presbyterians, sparked '
Delano '
Thomas of the Tornadoes
[ From Pace 1] by the hot shooting of Tom Tat had a 197.Noegel's. I
.1I B. D.
The early preparation of local urn. D. A. Jones had a high ;
Tatum took
bills is made necessary by rules scoring honors for three-game series, with 491, while .
recently adopted requiring that alii the night, hitting ten field goals Jaycee Harold Davis came right

lf local legislation be filed with the, and 12 of 15 foul shots for 32 behind him with 490. A sixth team 20 Words or less, one time __...______ .85 Memorials, Resolutions ____.....;._ 5c per word

", ;". ';,>.4'.!':,"[. WITH I : clerk of the Florida House ofI I points. Johnny Bates assisted with. is being sought for the league, and I F If not paid in advance ..___________ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words. ..Ji._. 2.60

"..", :,.ii'>"U.J)f':" I Representatives (by !March 28, j 10. High for the Presbyterians' anyone interested is urged to con- Keyed or Blind Ads -_________,__... 1.00 Over 50 words --...---______ '5c per word
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''' ';i prior to the opening of the .1961 was Dean Acker's 11 point total.: tact the Recreation Department. Each additional word over 20 __________ .05 Display ads in Classified ____.... 1.SO'per Inch

"" legislature on April 4. Keystone ran over the Juniors Schedule for Tuesday Feb. 7, -- "-- .
I 57-9
behind Calvin Osteen's 26 at 7 p. m.:

TERILLEGAR GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH I points and Bill Reynold's 12. Irwin -I Blanding Hurricanes vs Noegel'sAuto' FOR RENT 4 bedroom, 2 bath McGarvey Nursery New 3 B. R. Hoint
unfurnished houl< Conveniently lo-
Martin was high for the Juniors e. 91li.! Thompson St. ,
!, Sales; Gem Jewelry vs cated. Phone WO 46584. 4tp 3-2
For Kale with down
; small payment
with 4. I Annual Plants
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn f Blanding Tornadoes. I -' Monthly payments to'sttiv you or
ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training The Professors ran up a lead in I For Rent NirlY'f rnistd, newly Ornamentals will trade for your property'}ri, town
TODAY FOR YOUR i I the decorated apartment. Convenient o'r out, lob;pr-Lkf"r ,re-
NEW OR first quarter and held acreage
for i
Union 6:30: p. m. .Evening service'l on Midget Basketballers doSvn town Prefer'-working person. .Perennials pert)'. Wilt take -boat,outfit\ or,jnaU
7:30: p. m. Prayer the rest of the game to beat the'It Gladys Harrington; *, 337 N. Walnut., U. S. 301, 2, Mi. N. LawteyFor car in trade. -Tbls-ia! real,ij c'com.
m.-Rev. George t Seniors 34-19. Edgar and Itp plete! with bath. Or 'will mavr' to
nesday, 7:30 Akridge
USED : p. To Begin SeasonI
.4 CAR your l"t or aereag Can. ''Of writ
Tison pastor. Everyone welcome.IT'S I. Tal Mullis ltd the victors with I SINGER SEWING MACHINE" CO. Kent 3 room and bath nicely J. E. Wall, Rt. t 801 fit.' phori
10 C and 7 points respectively. Bil I TJhe. Midget Basketball SALES AND SERYI I furnished cottage. Available Feb, 1882, Lake. CUy, .fl .. tfcftg
Phone WO ,
: Leaguer 4.%!61 Margaret .How
: 11.I
Sewing machines, Vacuum cleaners
.t II .
I I bo Powell ,' """:
.-! "" ----.....' racked up 9 points"for...,... .r ,:\ begin its season at 9 a, m. :and Floor polishers./ We service all I ard. tfchg FOR REXttedrpom, nl 'ly furnished

111( TO : :: the Senior's ; I .. .. ;
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-p. T -i -- r--r high. Saturday in the Starke armory, make sewlng'-machines. FRKR PICK 8.Ue' hou, -with!: '. ca'rpoft. For
j All ii' AND. DELIVERY. Write 482' N. I FOR couple with &: 'ID.
games are played in the when Andrews or an Infant bll /
f Drugs will play i Marion St. Lake Citj'i FI J. Phone Ready. tnlx concrete, concrete block,
quire at 733 N.1)1ompliOu.8t. tfchg
: high school gym starting at G:4: 5. : Register Gulf Oil, and Court Shoe t 880. Uehg i j ioiii i *>.. fence posts, sand, cement. ,
; I I Mofar mix rock pteel. oyster shell, '
Admission "
I is free and the public' : Repair will tangle with Local Finance II I! Lliierock .and Roof Gravel. Phone !I WANTEDTO IAS- ten or
i is invited. Co. FOR S.\.LF.-I8 large building lots i i WO4-2521, Bradford Engineering :! fifteen years, pine woods acreage
Schedule on Tlwisent 'Road. See' C. C. Wynn '! IV tfchg ;! not far from 'ptarke. Cyrus KIBeani
: I for tonight (Thursday The Rt, ,i. Box 345. 4tp 2.16POR ; '
Midgets, sponsored by .the : Rt. 2, Rax 'Ii!-,, fetarke.
: ILLEGAL ): Recreation ,1 I FOR SALE 5 lots 2tp ;2-ll
Department, practice! 114' hy S31 on _
j SAI.F.-Modern 4 b droolI\. 2 ,
Seniors vs Lawtey, 6:45: Polk and Myrtle north of West Pratt
: Keystone
every Wednesday at 3:30: f bath residence on U. $. 301 within
t p. m. ;'; St. Abstract deed. Leonard Orlffis, FOR I RENT FHrnlihei{ cottagt
't' vs Presbyterian, 8; Professors on the Pratt Street Playground|j City\ 'Limit Large lot. Write P.O.'flox 707 West Pratt phone. WO 4-8851. I redecorated inside. Tile' bath, (.gas
:: vs Juniors, 9. 8.23-S, !o1tark .-._ Itp .Z'Move i i and hot WLtPr'1YhPater: .111-
i .. 2tp '
.,I. .,:. Schedule They play each Saturday a$ 9a..'i-....,-?-,- -5-- .., ?i iI \I L Lake St. .Jkdalts., )lrl. ''A- F paula: ,
I I for Thursday, Feb. 9: : m. ,in the) armory. 'I J WK; 'K4tvi: a net* lun program'-for '' FOR RENT\ 2 bedroom I I I rDhOllf'. WO' 45744.(33- :MpMahoc! St.:
": : Seniors vs Presbyterian, 6:45: ;;: j '- ,'- *' !'I 'arnerLotn' 0; ,1 to',6:'year* \ house. 268 Park Place.unfurqIshed .Close., _. .: tchWO :
; the I .
(o credit
d. ? entlr.f rqulref I
Keystone : in. All i.SYLVANIA- z J
vs Professors, 8: Law- conveniences. See R. .F..De-
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went of th fami and: his faniJly.
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tey Juniors 1eral.Serivces ,jnorest, 266 Park Place, phone WO 4-: I j 'TVaJU"n1e \ .
'd. S vs 9. Galnesvlllf >-rilductlo\\ redS

r For Any Person or Persons to Engage in For Mrs. Nona Priest ;I!, '..Association.UJlftesvlll.iFJa.! 63ft'.. 'North I. ,Malni .tcb. (191.FOR SALE Business-residential 2tp 2-2 STARKe-'$ ';RADIO Fii, : TVli '

February 18 To, Be Held FridayMrs. i I FJOU; SALE. ..-,.! torT 'hoijge ,with' 3 combination Erownlee St.,property Starke. Fla.at 2n'Contact E. ,! 4-; 1t
lots. Some '
urnUnre. Apply CIS N.

r" Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless Deadline For Nona Dennis Priest, 71,1 I Church after ,S P REPAIRED.:'m. .. 4p 29ftADIOJ !I-phone Subdivision.owner EV at 6950 46138.Jacksonville Rollo Road,, Normandy FlaM tf chg or FRIGIDAIRJBAPPLIANCE; '

widow of the !I
late Emra C. ,
Priest AU MakM All IU4J
** Dessert ContestHousewives .....-... C..ee:- ._....t... ,FOR RENT -' First floor apart VTRSEHV STOCK. FOR SAt8
died at the home of her claugh-I I SHEPHERD'S RADIO ments. Close In desirable. Also house We have ov*r 9G,00O14ce[ fralt
have until m'.dnight! ter, Mrs. L. B. Alvarez, in Starke I i I Ihs GrceB Owcr for rent, or sale. Very easy terms. trees shade and'trees shrubbery, hedge Plants. ,
510 N. Cherry St. tfchg landscape MILt.rl&! of
The Name Is Registered > Feb. 18, to submit recipes in the Wednesday afternoon after an 412 E. Call. St., Pha, Fla.. WO 4- MlSUrke quality. Hundreds of Citrus tree la

: : *f annual All-Florida Orange Dessert FOR RENT :2! story modern farm cans some wthfruit.Sei, our plants
1 for
extended illness. I quality. Azalea and- Camellias
: bouse. Located S. on 301. Call Conner
f Contest in competition fox more FOR SALE Bermuda and Pahal SOc up. O. C. Games Nursery, 10 ml.
i than $7.000 in prizes. Any Florida Born Feb. 8, 1889 at Fort White, grass hay. V. R. Ferguson phone Ins. Agency WO 44501. tfchjr East of Keystone )Height Hwy 100.
< !; WO 4-5571 4tp 2-16 Phone 684-411, Florahom. Fla.4chg .
Read This Florida Law resident, 17 years of age 01 over, her parents were the late Miles I FOR RFXT-5) room furnished. 2-t
Green j' house, tile bath, gas range and electricity
r is eligible to enter. and Lavonia Cone Priest.] COLONIAL' FLORIST and oil heat. Inquire 935 N.
Only F. T. Florist In Starke. FOR RENT Furnished or onfurnixhed -
.l Entries should be mailed to She had been a resident of Brad- Flower wired Dv any place. Fiowera Temple, Mrs. Martin or Chamber of 2 bedroom house Modern
Orange Dessert Contest, Box 1720, ford County for the past 30 years, for all occasions locally. Phone Commerce. Itchg kitchen and tUe bath. Mrs. Gladys

Lakeland, Fla. Each recipe sub- coming here from Fort WO 4-62J1. 50( East Nona St. tfchg FOR RENT-3 room apartment or Harrington.. t37 X. Walnut.. Up

4 :. MIi shall be unlawful for any person or persons, u defined kerda, totnjage mitted must be for a dessert using White. She was a member of the FOR RENT-Furnished apart rent as sleeping rooms. PrIvate. utilities PTT6W FLOHISTlit
Man Phone B. rr.PHOVB
furnished. only. THonrsov
at least two fresh First, Baptist Church. ments. Reasonable 'rates. Near
.. in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name aa herein defined Florida oranges shopping center. Phone WO 92011or WO 4-2493. ltpComplete WO :4-41W:
'" Surviving are two NIGHT WO tIHSTWCTIVB .1t
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or one cup of Florida daughters, ii
call at S13
Cherry St. (Shell
'f\- without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the orange juice, fresh, frozen can- Mrs. 1,. B. Alvarez and Mrs. FredE. 011 Ce. Office. PWR ,OWD'

4L clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business ned, or chilled. Entries in semi 'Francis Jr., of Ft. Myers; one ___ tfcbg .. WIRK.J'LOWJfB' A1Vnv tfeh na

'); .Is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an ate finals and finals must be pre- son. Hubert E. Priest Lawtey: WANTED Used oil tanks, 75 gaL INTRODUCTORY- .
< 1. two sisters, Mrs. and Also stands :
.. pared on electric equipment.The Kate Sheppardof over. and'fittings.
: ffdatit signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of dessert will be judged on Starke, and Mrs. Eula Hollirigs-' Box Drop 60S post, card to' W. C. Watson OFFER
High Springs and let
t' me
all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the In. general appearance, quality, flavor worth, Ft. White. make you an" offerStchg 2-9 p Engraved Business

terest of each, and the fictitious name under which said business fa carried and originality of recipe idea. Funeral services will be held at Stationery 5'
Said Prizes include a deluxe electric 10'a"m.. Friday in the First Baptist HASTINGS MATTRESS 500 Letterheads

$ on. registration may not be made until the person or persona desiring range for 12 semi-finalists, and a ',Church with Rev. Leo. A. & UPHOLSTERY WORKS 500 Large Envelopes

:. to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or complete electric kitchen for the., Hebert officiating. Burial will. be 110 Lemon St. Pafeflca! .. 500 Business Cards

a. their l Intention to register said first place winner. in the family plot in Elam Ceme-
name at least once a week for four Furniture. Repaired, Uphol FINEST, ENGRAVING
tvj. Entry blanks may be obtainedby tery'at Ft: White, at 11:45 a. m.,
'. ; ) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county: writing the Florida Citrus. und f the direction of DeWitt:C. stered &. Refinished .. a ALL, FOR 48.05

';k where said registration is i to be made, and said registration sitaD not bt Commission in Lakeland. .. t 'Jones. Funeral Home. '!.'" MATTRESSES ,REBUILT Plate Included

/, -',accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof ..rtit "*, S-. : ". New Innersprings BRADFORD COUNTY
'cr- T" Service ,
such publication. Practice Sessions : and Box.Spring ee :
Brooks : ; > TELEGRAPH
'.. Starling : :
? .. For Rotary Minstrel : : .DropUss.CsrdorcaflPALATKA Pronlaj Bracing De-Moss 4
: E., ing Cavity Work Tree Removal -
; ''
Complete Sundry store
j i. .,,. To Begin Monday % l t Dies Sunday :.. : STARKE WO 459M3IRS. Transplanting Two plate glass show ,eases eqqlpment fountain -;
and sandwich unit
PEGGY ALLER, 'Stark Sapp's Tree Surgeons and carbonator;w'
; Practice sessions for the Ito r. :Brooks. E. Starling died Sunday and back-bar, stool?', booth' and

j.r j : if in business under any name' tary Club Minstrel, set for ,FeSx fin Jacksonville hospital. A 'native 4JeIrI PETE 8APP. Owner table, cash register, KB MJjer) etc.
are All practically new. May bseen by
you engaged 24-25will start next week, Elden I of Bradford County, he had FOR SALE STABKE: PHONE WO 4-395 contacting Postmaster at ){elrose.
3 bedr.us .1odt
j.r Mathews director, announced at I iYed.m Jacksonville for, 35 years, ....e. Urdw..d fleer. BentUmlly: For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our Florida. _l tchg 2-lt
the club Wednesday. The shew i and was member of the Baptist UldM-aped. P.H ... .taide BmrP Agent

I other than your own, and have not had this name will be at staged 8 p. m.in each the night.BHS audItorium Matthews 'i CittTCh.Surviving'. \. : are his wife, Mrs .eftle St. Pk*>.. WO Priced"'-::51.1.'t. MU.er WO 1115 4U1J.tidal'Pratt. 224 N. Temple Phone WO 4-3965. Director EVENING subjects.NEVER, Credit Pox TOO CLASSES 11 LAT"if 0, wacted.Writ.*Stark.for TO 44,lOIN lt.or.'call All.

said that some outstanding VesperStarling, four: daughters FOR RENT 3 bedroom masonry WO 4-3071, or visit Adult; Educe

talent is being lined up for the ; .and two sons;; .three sisters, FOR house; SALE C apartments- Furnished, 21 apartment room .5 house N. R. Rosier 600 block phone W.Franklin Call St.:.601 Mrs.:, lion Office.information.usa BMg.Negro. lor. adult additional -,

3 I properly advertised and registered we will be production and he is receiving iirs Leona Crawford and Miss I baths. Two blocks. from Post Office. Gainesville or see Floyd Green at contact principal hUE SchooL tfcbg
210 N. Cherry, 8t.. See owner. J. .R (01 next door. Rent Reasonable.. Itp;,
wholehearted from : both of "
coopera.tlonthe lAulae.8tarling; Lawtey pjLhriisL Bulllngton.. ", 'tfchg FOR RENT Nl t bedroom
membership. rena Starling, KisEinmee Three bedroom house for rent.. Inquire unfurnished house. Refrigerator In-
t The first practice will be held ;, and four brothers, Joe FOR at Bus Station. ItchgICOME eluded. |SO month. Call WO 4-0181

I glad to give you all necessary Information as to. Monday night at 7:30 .in the tend i J..;fl>nzo, and Wiinont Star I1g, I HOME. B.EPAIRINGDOCKS ADDITIONS, 'CAtLJ1MMT -. TAX SERVICE I I .-a Ity

hall. All Rotarians and also non- i all of Jacksonville, and PercyStarlinfy'Ccaia :- RICKS.. JR, LK *3.2072 Mondays thru Fridays after & p. m. HAVE OPENW6 LV* THIS AREAO""E
I .8T.UtKE.FLA All day Saturdays. FOR MORE 180.00 PER
: members who would like to assist ,' Hehe' %-% Charles Hutcbeson, 521 Pratt St WEEK )AN,4\NI I MORB $75."
i whafyou shotild do. in the chorus are asked to be ", Ftmeral services were held at WO 4-11S5 .Utchg 4-13 i, PER WEEK: MAN'AND WE STILL
1 : : HAVE THE ? THE
second zl .in Lake WANTED Household beJpdan:
present at that time. The Tuesday Kingsley $60.00 PER WEEK WOMAN. AGE,
} week Kingslejf Lake have WA.\TED'-R. N. Nunsfor
Yl\st. or U P. N.
practice will be held at the same :Missionary' .Baptist; Church with I own" tr n8pOt t1on... Call"Mrs., Moore relief work. 4 days a week. LIMIT 29 TO M. IP YOU ARE
1 : time and place next Thursday., '. Rev, E. ,C, 'Harvey officiating.! LB>'3-2181 or'WO -4-5T91. .. '1thgFOR.RENTS Doctors Hospital. tfch WITH WELL, MET AND EASY HAVE TO GOOD GET!: CHARACTER ALONG

Charles Sawyer f.: Slade Gas ;Burial.was in Kingsley Lake Cerad '. REFERENCE. );. .YBE TOU
j- Co:".was 'welcopned into the : "rr r*the'direction of; Key-. nish .house; school bedroom 'unfart FOR RE."T4. Gas. room furnished' A. X ap.artment. CAN -.QLTALIFIWRiTE MR.
near ; 855'Clark Adults. frs. '
.. ".. .' '. tary dub as a new member Mc : .b.i Funeral' Home, Jackson- SU 'Avallible ,ai>put Mar.' .1. PhoneT. Durden' 224 S.., Thompson St STREET, NE ATLANTA WEST PEACBTREE, GEORGIA -

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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy .. "' fii"r: :;.v. -it'' i 1. ?
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Mary K. Scbae'ffrrLuncheon r'r"" '
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,c\,' By Mrs Alict Rothhinnaer:*
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And Card PartyAt $. E. McKay. Mrs. G. Raymond : : .' ;
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Garden Restaurant Starnes, Mrs. John Karges Mrs. I- ii ,f pfd r \: .
Thursday Jan. 26, the Garden Leo LeBlanc, Mrs. Huel S. Hol-. s : :: i2I Mr- and Mrs. Carl Ford apd,

Restaurant in Starke was the loway. Mrs. J. A. Williams, Mrs.H tTh ) -L;. Y '- ____; daughters. Doris and Virgh\1
scene of a lovely luncheon and Herbert Nelson Mrs. Harold Sut- __ :: : I 'I I spent Sunday with Mr. and bt}.. f
card-party when Mrs. Charles ton, Mrs. Henry Mickle. Mrs. J. '9t .'.., __ 1('. ,, IJ. W. Simmons in Orlando and
Wallenius and Mrs. C. V Brust D. Henderson. Mrs. Walter Gro- @dn :.-';>; Mr. and Mrs. John tffcllerjeau CtlI

entertained their friends. lIck Mrs. Ernest Widegren. Mrs. 9 --:" t I Indian River City. 16OJ

The guest table was adorned ,Jessie Herzog, Mrs. John Himble, > Mrs. Ralph Moore and ch1lI -

with a Valentine 'Heart made of Mrs. David Nelson, Mrs. Bert ( I dren spent a few das\ in Tallf-,

camellias. Christoffers Sr., Mrs. Alma Frost, hassee last week with friends and
Mrs. Jack Haberstroh; Mrs. Fran- "'r
Following the luncheon, there t 'relatives. *

were ten tables of cards both cis Egan. Mrs. Ruth Ohlson Mrs. I Mr and Mrs. Kooert Casern

bridge and Canasta. Guests included Tl'omas J. Hawes, Jr.. Mn>. Robert celebrated
r their Wth. anniversary
: Mrs. Arthur Bamford. Hendry. Mrs. George LaRue '" at the home
W of their daughter and
Mrs. James Cook, Mrs. Lewis i Mrs. R. A. Gaunt, Mrs. G. E. Wig- son-in-law
and !Irs. Cecl
Muir, Miss Bessie Rutherford,.gins, Mrs. S. E. Kennedy, Mrs. Harris
: \ at Welaka Those attend-
Mrs. J. O- Hanson Mrs. Arthur Margaret Grennan, Mrs. E. F. Keystone Woman's Club Antique Show o. '.'('.-: ., ing included Mrs. Harry Bradley'

Mannering, Mrs. Nelle Grayson,Aiken, and Mrs. Whitney Wyman. Mr and.Mrs., George Thigpen and
Mrs. Mable Husbands, Mrs. H. I. High prize for bridge was won r
Stevens Mrs. Albert Nelson, Mrs.''by Mrs. Herbert Nelson, and sec- Is Declared Outstanding Success ,__.-0 J. V. Ford'of of East Palatka Palatka, Mr.Mil said

Mrs. Fenton Morris
I . and Albert
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Charming. antique group above features a desk, over 100 years old, displayed antique organ, one of the many Interesting exhibits in the Antique and Camellia Mrs. Willie Luke of Norfolk,

LEE'S DRIVE-IN THEATRE} by Jin Sin unoas. The two wall portraits are of George and Martha Washington, Show sponsored by the Keystone Woman's Club last Friday and SaturdaY The or- Va., who was here to attend the
in Qhio in 1861, and have been In Mrs. funeral
McDonald's family 100 of her father,
over GHliam
years. gan owned by Mrs Simmons of Jacksonville, and was made many years ago by
Three chairs, displayed by Mrs David Kelley and her mother: .
Nelson were originally purchased by her C. Austin Mrs. Annie
of Concord, N. H. At left is Mrs. Henry Mickle, president of the Woman's
Keystone Heights parents to start housekeeping. Behind is Ruosch of Branford, visited
organ a fire screen while two lamps on Club, shawl made
wearing a In 1845, and owned by Mrs. McDonald Standing behind
organ, which might be mistaken for candlesticks friends and relatives last week.A i
are whale oil lamp* which originated organ is Mrs. George Phelps, chairman of the show committee, wearing a seed pearl fa

Friday, Saturday, Sunday Feb. 3, 4, 5 in table Cape b Cod in the 18th Century, 'and were displayed by Mrs. Egan. The virtonan necklace, formerly owned by her grandmother and wood-rimmed spectacles that Ray surprise Renfro was birthday held party Saturday

owned by Mrs. Phelps In front of the organ! Is a slipper box which were made in Count-Antrim, Ireland in 1775. The fan on organ has a sandlewood I' afternoon to celebrate his 18th
All Shows Start At 7:00 P. M. years ago was always placed at the foot of the bed.
frame with
1 ___ peacock feathers, and is owned by Mrs. Wyman. I Ii Ir birthday.Mr.
Wm. H. and Mrs. D. B Campbellare
Kyle were second-high scorers. visiting their daughter. Mrs.

--J"//: Dies At HomeIn Mrs.. Helen Phelps and Mrs. Ima Self in Gainesville. :

:; Lake GenevaWilliam x (Continued on next Pave Miss Helen Adams spent the
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m N\.Jli il ft_ Harrison Wagner 90, r I Ii II -- _... .. It

died Sunday morning at his :home; fi __ J,

: r in Lake Geneva after an extended i i ZIKE DECORATING'SHOP

hl "( illness. r

Born in Sunbury. Pa. cn Aug.

1,2, 1870, his parents were the late In Wiggins Building Keystone Heights

.tTtmIlJ1 )urrell and Amanda Thurston

Wagner. He was a retired jeweler
and a Methodist, and had'made ? )
I his home in Lake Geneva for 53 < ID '
,fim WARNBH 8 O3. teanac OR PANAVisto1r years. ,SWMCOW ,
I I Surviving are his wife, Mrs Lulu -

f Yeager Wagner, and one son,
mm.l9R .. Wall Paper Samples
( .P1mI\ffI.m Leon Naoth '
Wagner, both of Lake )
'KMWttffF = Geneva; four grandchildren, and ; ". i'.j
,.,.Utn L .IMIIIfT I:( : -
\ 12 great grandchildren.
1IIIr IIIt.--'v.--" Funeral services were held at 2 We Papering and PaintingFREE

__ p. Tuesday in the Community
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,' Church Keystone Heights, with Estimates Phone Keystone. 4505
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Dr. Albert C. Holt officiating;! I :

Burial was In the family plot in xu i ; : P .

Keystone Heights Cemetery under _
McKay At Keystone -- -------- -'< ____i }"fi F
the direction of DeWitt C. Jones

Funeral Active Home.pallbearers were Frank New Beta Club For Keystone School.

Walrath Jr., Lindsay Walker,
located -
centrally on
BUSINESS LOT George LaRue, Bill Baker. Tracy I
street Keystone Heights Members of the new Keystone Barbara Drake. 2nd
Baker, and Gordon Baker. row (H-rJ: t Members are all honor studentsof

________________ $tOOO Heights Beta Club are picturedat Bernice Brune, Carol Campbell, Grades 9 and. 10. To become a

their first meeting, Thursday, Cheryl Cherry, Linda Oglesby, Re-
Keystone Rotary ba Hall member, students must maintaina QRINSItiG'c.
Carolyn Forsythe, Bar-
Large lots. Shady sandy Jan. 26, in the school auditorium.1st .
LILLY LAKE : Hears InternationalClub bara Ann Wheeler, Jo Wildt, B or better'average.. The club
beach. ______________ $2,650 row [1-rJ: Gayle Cross, Mar- Marlene Linson is Mrs. VtC !
Becky Davis, and sponsor Cross, a memberof SE
President guerite Float Nancy Suttcn. and Carolyn Hayes. I the faculty.,

I Bargain at $2,150. ----- ,
LAKE BROOKLYN $750 down. Discount Rotary's international presi- Keystone Cubs current Librarian is Mrs. John money from the collection of Bert

v dent addressed the Rotary Club of Bird, her daughterinlaw.Mrs. Christoffers, 'Sr.
cash. Keystone Heights by means of a RatingAt John Karges read an The next
project coming up at
recorded message marking the InspectionKeystone original poem written in honorof the Woman's7Club is the
We have 2, 3, or 4 bed 50th anniversary of the organi- the ocacsion, Pattern Sewing Contest
HEED A HOME? Feb. 21.
room homes starting at zation's official magazine.The Cub Scouts held their Dr. A. C. Holt, pastor of the It will be held at 3 p. m., after

10000. Financing available unique program. was presented -I monthly meeting Friday night, Community Church, showed films the business meeting of the Gar-
by a history and a description -' Jan. 27. Attendance was very and gave a talk on The Dead Sea den Club division of the Woman's

of The Rotarian magazineby good with a turn out of around Scrolls which was of interest to Club.

> Gordon Adams who told his 30 parents, along with 20 Cubs. all. Dr. Holt showed how the

S. I McKAY REALTORWE fellow Rotarians how the publi- Cubmaster Bill Belote openedthe scrolls, found recently, and writ- Duplicate Results i iI
On Mrs. Ann
January 27 Bis-
cation has grown from a Journalof meeting, and Roger Smith ten in the language of Christ, has I,
sell and Mrs. I
the 16 Rotary Clubs existing in led the Den in the pledge. Billy shed much light on the Scrip- Bess Burns were the

INVITE 1911 to its present role as the Belote led in the Cub promise, tures. top scorers at the Duplicate
YOUR INQUIRY Bridge Club held in the Woman's
voice of 11,000 clubs in 119 coun- and Dickie Martin led in the law Guests of the Woman's Club
tries of the world. of the Pack. .were the Junior Woman's Club,
Albert Bachmann and Louis
The magazine is widely read in Bill Few conducted an inspec- who were nearly all present. Mrs. I

Associates: Mrs. M. Ilgen & Irene Brault schools and libraries, as well as by tion of the Cubs' shoes, giving Richard Murrhee, the Junior PHONE

Phones: 3071 2051 2391 4151 Rotarians.ond them a rating of good.It President, was one of the hon-
was announced that the an- ored guests. INSURANCE WO 4.3101Office

Keystone Heights, Fla.KOWLj. high by Mrs. J. D. Henderson nual Blue and Gold Banquet will The birthday cake was cut by Auto-Fire-Casualty
be held at 6:15: p. m. on Thurs- the honorary member, Mrs- Stew- Bonds and Allied Lines
Mrs. Nelle Grayson won low
day, Feb. 23, in the Community art.
while Mrs. Thomas Hawes, Jr., Reynolds Insurance
Church.. Garden Club Of The Lakes and School SuppliesBRADFORD
second low.
won Sacks with all kinds of junk, The Garden Club of the Lakes AgencyV.

Mrs. S. E. Kennedy was high such as glue, string, naPs, etc. held an interesting meeting last L. ReynoldsPh.
for Canasta Mrs. C. H.
\ Haberstroh scorer won low; prize for were issued to each Cub to make 'Thursday, Jan. 26, at the home of 2442 2701 County TELEGRAPH ..

., anything, along with the help of Mrs. Lena Clemens in Hillcrest. Keystone Heights, Fla.
/) Canasta, while Mrs. R. A. Gaunt
\ won secondlow.Mrs. his Dad, for display at the ban- :Mrs. Sam Gardner was co-hostess I '

:with Mrs. Clemens. .
Al Nelson Mrs. H.' I. quet.Dickie Mathis
Martin and David I t
I An informative list of "do's"and
Stevens, and Mrs. Margaret Gren-
C e nan won bingo prizes. received the Wolf Silver Murphy Arrow. i "don't" for February gardening ..... SALUTE TO ,fI
) Steve Elmore and Ralph I I FLORIDA
__ w Musical interludes were furn- was given by the Horticulture ,
e received the Wolf Badge; Robert
,fur ished 'by Mrs. Robert Hendry at Chairman, Mrs. Gay Livingston. I
the Pater the. Bear Badge; Ray Williams Speakers for the afternoon were COUNTIES H I ILLSBOROtI4

MINNESOTAThe Birthday piano.Party At Woman's Club Billy Few Belote, Dick Smith Martin, and Mrs. Mabel White, Senior Hibiscus ,. COUNrf SERl ...A ( .
Glenn Roger
Judge, Cy Sheppard, I
The ladies of the Keystone
Barry Wyman the one-year Ser- dent of the American Hibiscus Society 9i
Woman's Club and their STATE FAIR
State Capitol Building is the dominant landmarkof guests Heights enjoyed a delightful birth- vice Bar; and Jimmy Wildt, thetwOyear and J. Harmes President of
Service Star-
St. Paul More than 25 varieties of marble lime day party at ''their last luncheon Den .2, .with the leadership of the Putnam County Chapter all of TAMPA FEBgeS
the Hibiscus Society. They are
stone, sandstone and granite went into the construction club meeting is 37, Tuesday' old, Jan.this month. Den Mother Doris Sunderland, from Pomona Park, and they -"

years presented a skit on South America A colorful feature of fes @3&f&&& .' .
of this beautiful building. Tours are available at The covered"dish luncheon began spoke on the propagation, 'care, f:
with the following Cubs taking et annual winter exposition la the fi&txa. Gs&-I f ,
10:00, 11:00 2:00 and 3:00, Monday through Friday. at 1 p. m.,-'after which the part: Moderator, Robert Pater; and grafting of Hibiscus. f, ilia "Pirate Invasion," based ca fee lit: el

St. Paul is on the Mississippi River entertainment began. Mrs. Camille Bolivia, Bruce Sunderland; Peru, Following the meeting, the co- Tampa Bay as a rendczvoas tsr c" atea. cf .... I
across from Minneapolis Stewart an honorary member, hostesses served refreshments. Jose Gasparitta is the most ec&ctatsd.
Brazil Mike
and is built on seven hills. It boasts of 88 parks was introduced. She was the only Thomas Hauser; David Woman's Club Pleased Tampa is the county seat cC i n uLI& c.I.z.
Funderburke; Argentina, formed in 1834 and of fia $ .
and 30 lakes member able to attend.No Over Success Of Show t now one .
within 30 minutes. Its annual Winter Carnival honorary Mathis; Ecuador Donald Ilgen; industrialized areas, vittl! c IdI Ed fi\IIDo"\
charter members Vere presentat The Woman's Club Antique and -
is Columbia, portation facilities. 1.
among the most famous i in the United States. Chile, Edwin Baker;
this meeting. Mrs. Stewart has Camellia Show, which was sched-
Donald Baker. Beer, too, figures brgeir fa I\.H ttI t6 1- -t
belonged to the club for over 25 uled for last Friday, Jan. 27, was and in its economy facts brag I

years. such a success that it was held significantly by the United States E! _11 ,'
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKKeystone history of the Satur- tion exhibit at the TampaHONDA'S : lam.ZIi --- (.
There were four past presidentsat Mrs. Cook from a over for another day, on

the party, and they were intro- club written by Mrs. Ella Bird day; A large number of people

duced: Mrs. Sara McDonald. Mrs. and Miss Cleva Carson. Accordingto came to admire the antiques, anda SI '3

MEMBER F.D.I.C. Bert Christoffers, Sr., Mrs. Fran- Mrs. Cook, there were 21 mem- number of antiques were sold. f'
A Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community cis Egan, and Mrs. William Daw- bers of the club when it was Due to the weather, the Camellia '
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Fla. chartered in January, 1924. Mrs. part of the show wasn't as suc- BEER'tlGKfll _

Heights, son.Highlights of the history of the Frank M. Walrath, Sr.,. was the cessful as it might have been, but 'i ;: H.OCIDAORLANDO( DfVISIOM 2os..itifblii S1II .

i club were read by Mrs. James first President. First Librarian' there were a number of pretty MOOOATIOM > Q't" F106SW

i Cook. Mrs. Ray Chance the cur- was Mrs. Ella Bird now deceased.' blooms. There was an interesting SI0U F', *

rent historian. prepared this with It is of interest to note that our display of rare stamps .and old ..... h __ .





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where they are missionaries.Mrs. .=
Ji JI Tuck the .former Gladys. 'YTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYfYTf meeting in connection with' the!''Blair] and Mrs. W. L. Douglas Inc. ,, In Re- Estate of John W. \vii-
Beckett will MELROSE State Civil Defense Area San- Saturday.Mr. I The Amendment relates to the'I lard Deceased. ,
be remembered by a Conference in the Prt'faceArti<'lt'S I, III V. VI, j
number of Keystoners Florida and Mrs. Arthur Kelley and : VIII, IX and X of said Charter; the i Notice Of Filing Petition For
as having
visited the Dodds some years ago, r..yY..yyyyyw .. ......s Industrial Monday.Mr. building. at Tallahsasee daughter of Sarasota and Mrs. major membership changes to' proposed any person are to who open is I Final To All Discharge Whom It Of Mar Admiaistratrlx Concern: t

prior to her marriage. She is Paul Harrison and sons of Mi- a citizen of the United States, to set Notice is hereby given tbat I
a and Mrs. L. K. Childs and annual have filed my final return as ad-
membership dues
ami visiting Mrs. Rosa Kel- at 11.60
nurse as well are
as a missionary. Her ministratrix of the estate of John
[Continued family visited relatives at Monti- and to pro"ideor the election of
friends are congratulating her on 'Continued from Preceding Page) ley this week. officers and directors. W. Willard. deceased; that I have
Alice acquiring such cello last Sunday and also visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green The proposed Amendment Is now filed m>' petition for final discharge
a fine
husband Mrs. Child's on file in the Cfeof[ and that r will apply to the Honorable -
sister Mrs. Jessie the Clerk
weekend with Mr. of
t : and and Mrs. Ralph and daughters of Jacksonvillewere
Remember, two lovely children. the Circuit Court in and for Brad- Theron A. Yawn County Judgeof
Bridge Club The Tucks returned Moore. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs.H. ilatchett, who is a patient in the Sunday guests of Mr. and ford County. Florida. .I Bradford County Florida at
Africa : 10:00 o'clock X M. February 20t .
hospital at Thomasville on
evening at 8 last Spring and spent some time T. Adams of Crativfordvillecame f Ga. Mrs. Dave Green. r I BRADFORD COl'XTT FAIR t l'il.!) for approval of the same and
and got her Mrs. T. W. Dickinson and Mr. ASSOCIATION INC.By j I. for admlnistra-(
final as
having been with their respective Sunday after- Mr. and Mrs. Hdon Douglasand J discharge!
families in and (j$ Kmnrth ('. trix of the W. Wil
noon. Mrs. Dayton: Arnette went Grid r, Preshtent. !I-1 i l; estate of John
day to Friday : Stayner Ontario, and Vancouver, family of Lake Butler visited: lard, deceased.Tli .
The winners of Melrose Dupli- to Orlando Wednesday to be with' ]Mrs. W. T. Blair Attf.-t 11 is Janaury 1i. 1961.
of all. B. Coo Canada. In April they and family Sun- I : (} ) Crurge. Pierce
Bobby Oakes who PATRICIA MART HTMANAdministratrix
cate Bridge Club was seriously Secretary.
KEYSTONE to their post in Jos, Nigeria. were: First ,day. I of the estate of
Injured in 1-1Z
an automobile accident.Mr. dt2
Thursday, Last Saturday, Mrs. Dodd and place Mrs. Mary Cook and Mrs. Oakes is Miss Sue McDand of Valdosta I i ---- John W. Wiilard. deceased.
Sallie Mrs. Dickinson'sbrother Hollis V.
Mansfield II' i Knight.
Woman's Mrs. Tuck were .in Jacksonville ; second place State College Valdosta. Ga. In The Court Of The County Jadse StarKe. Florida
Mrs. Ray Starnes and Mrs. H. D. and tiles Arnett's son. I' nrxlford. (Cooat, Florida ..
Azalea Lanes shopping. Since Nigeria boasts no was home for the weekend. In Probate \U'lI'nefor Administratrix.
They returned home
Henderson third Thursday. 1.19 SI 4t 2-9
; place, Mrs.
shopping centers, Mrs. Tuck had Sunday guests of Mrs. Terrel Green of the University )j- -
inglMothers' !the Emery Cooper and Mrs. Allen! Lacy
staggering chore of buying Wynn included of Florida is spending this week |
Mr. and :Mrs. Jes-
; and fourth
Community clothing'for herself, her husband, place, Mrs. sie Adkins and three with his parents Mr. and Mrs. t
children Oldsmobile'i
tice,_ 7:30: p. i and her two children [aged 2, and Heard Jacksonville.A and Mrs.. Anderson: bothof Sheppars Adkins, and Mr. and, Roy Green. j i 1 Chevrolet .m
10 months .
Friday, the next four Club News
: Mrs. !
of Sal Mongiovi, all of Jacksonville -, I
meeting the Girl's Auxili-
Rotary years,' for once they return to and Frankie The regular monthly meeting I j
Mongiovi of,
luncheon : Africa, they will remain for four ary Baptist Association was held in the New York City. of the Brooker Garden Club will i)

Cherub and j;years before returning to the Church Thursday' night. be held: Thursday Feb. 9. at the *
Baptist : 1 I I more civilized world. Does this Refreshments were served in the Mr. and: Mrs. Leon Tomlinson {Community Center. They will : SALES e PARTS SERVICE
Educational Building after the and daughter Glenda, of Jacksonville
worry them? Not a bit!
Girl Scout I have as their guest speaker Thomas -
ne's Parish I]First Aid Class meeting.A were weekend guests of Mrs.Tomlinson's L. fVanl Dukes from Lake Our Shops Complete and ModernROBERTS
'(I'Holds Initial Meeting Turkey dinner will bo held mother Mrs. Lacy
Duplicate who will talk
Butler give a on
Club 8 I Tuesday evening Jan. 24, Trooper at the school Feb 14 from 5 p. m. Wynn. "
p. m.Saturday "Home Landscaping. The business CHEVROLET ANDOLDSMOBILE
to 8 p. m. by the PTA. The price W. C.
Loper entered
Jansen FHP Safety Officer, of GrendaleHospital meeting will begin at 8 o'-
Boys and I Jacksonville, was in town for the will be 75 cents for children and in Palatka last Thurs- clock and the program at 8:30. I (

in Palatka. first class in First Aid which is $1.25 for adults.: day.' Refreshments will be served after Green Cove Springs Ph. 3033 '

Catechism II being offered now on Tuesday The Home Economics Dept. of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hall had as the meeting. Everyone interested
at Melrose School is offeri!); to all dinner guests last Friday evening
6, St. evenings the Fire ,,House.,Meet- in landscaping is invited to attend
Sunday ings will begin promptly at; 7:30: homemakers an evening sewing all of their children: Mr. and .

p. m., There was,quite a turn out class each Thursday night at 7:30: Mrs. Rodney Hall and son, Mr.

where Attend in this with most of the class from Mel- in the Home EC. room at the and Mrs. James Ritch and daughters -

school If you have not registered of Keystone, and Rev and
Concord THi5 SIGHT POTN-I .w ...i*! l
rose.Trooper Jansen lectured for about you are, welcome to attend any 1 Mrs. M. L. Packham and chil vtF -"

Baptist an hour and a half giving future class. There is no charge dren. It was a birthday celebra way you write. come In and select
Girl Monday Scout : tf i the aims of the course, etc. and and all levels of ability are rep; tion for Mrs. Hall. Fountain your PHI.favorite TELEfiRAPH.ID ESTKRbltOOK: .

assigned a lesson in the Red CrossFirst resented. Mrs. Frances Stephenson ,Mrs: James A. Gnann honored MILK

House Cub in WI"I Aid Text Book for the n qc t is the director. Mr. Gnann at a surprise birthday -
Scouts, The ('ouo'Jlld e'* Court Of r
The monthly PTA meeting will
Parish House. lesson. Class members are to party last Thursday: evening at Bradford County, Florida r
Catholic bring lengths of cloth to the next be held at 8 p. m. Monday in the their home. Present to enjoy this In Probate 7 Q.

Dinner. St. meeting, and ladies are invited to school auditorium. If you have no occasion were Rev. and Mrs. M. In, Deceased Re: Estate of James LawrenieOrr 1

Catechism come attired in trousers. baby-sitter the members of theFHA L. Packham and children, Ernest XOTICE APPLICATION FOR gal 92dIce

agers. St. 11e Spanish Classes will be glad to keep your Triest and sons Mrs. Chester FINAL DISCHARGE: OF EXECUTRIX +

C. A, P. Mrs. Jorge Valldejulli met'withher children while you attend the Searle and daughter, Jan, Mrs. Notice; hereby given that I haw
prospective Spanish Class on meeting.; Rhoda Dampier Mr. and Mrs. J. filed my final returns as executrix
p. m. of the estate of James LawrenceOrr.
I The boys basketball team continued D. Griffis and children Willisand
Monday evening in St.
Art Class, William't dei-eased; thatThave filed my Ice Cream
Hall, to decide on the e t their losing streak by bowing Walter Swindell, and Tommy petition for distribution and for Sz
p. m. final discharge, and that nn the :27 .r +ar -
to Trenton and Lake Butler IEggs'
and place for all concerned. Anyone Kelsay
Spanish day tlf February, )!HH. I will apply 't.. 1
to be interested in joining; the class, !last weekend. Friday night" ..theylost Mrs. Donald Hersey was honored to the Honorable Theron A. :awn, ;I: : Bread, .
or in getting further information,, to Trenton with a score of with a stork shower last County Judge of Hradford Count, *
Also Jr. Florida, for approval of said final I bMw'
Sunland may contact Post Master Frank 49-41. Larry Brown was high Friday night at the Community returns and for an order i/f din (Cottage CHeeVeOrange
Walrath Jr., who will have that scorer with 17 points. The girls Center and was presented with trihution and for final I discharge as IIAF and "Ni'
ascora creams
Gainesville executrix of the Will\ of JameLawrene' ; .
for information. team won by score of 3226. CarHurst of} >many gifts. Refreshments' were Orr, deceased. This 19th An J swctt-tmetiing lotioM
girls i
i ; Fashion Show Getting Closer and Margaret Slade, tallied served at the close of the even day of January. 1961. Can't beat dairy products Juice
Tuesday : Joyce Orr Watkins I
Morning ; Don't forget the Woman's Club 11 points each. J ing.Sgt. Rxecutrix II I As cH rt-giving potion*.
Fashion Show which' will be on Saturday night the boys rost, to and Mrs. David Brannen 1-26:! 4t q-t6 ., t'v

7:45: a. m. March: 9, at the Club Houre Mrs.James ,. Lake Butler with the score of 49- and son are now making their r
W. M. U. [
Cook is in charge. Ticket 43. Larry Strawn took top honors home at Ft. Benning. Ga.. where NOTICK
tist!. Notice is hereby given by thRradfotd r
i are already out, so get yours from with 21 points. The lassies wonagain Sgt. Brannen is stationed with, County Far .tsallc-uuw ,

Brownies any club member. with a 47-34 score. Highscorers the armed forces. Her brother,. Inc., a corporation not for profit
William's of its intention to apply t<> the lion[
CHURCH NEWS for this game were Virginia Lancin Hersey is making his onable Oeo. L Patten Judge ?f the
Cub Scouts
St. William's Ford and Carol Hurst with home with them.BROOKER. Circuit Court in and for the Eighth
Parish House Judicial Circuit in and for Pradford
The St. William's Catholic Clubwill 21 points:! each. .
County, Florida at 10:00: / Vclock) AM.
Fire Dept. : ........... ..
hold its regular Covered Dish Coach Joe Phillips has only two rr rrrrrr on the 8th day of February A
at Fire '. D., 1961 for an order approving an
OES Dinner at 6 p. m. in the Hall on of his original starting quintet amendment to the Charter of the

Masonic Hall. Monday Feb. 6. This is a regularmonthly remaining Larry Brown and Bradford County Fair Association,
Larry Strawn. Calvin O'Steen and
First Aid affair and all you need .
House.Wednesday. to bring is your favorite dish and Ray Renfro were dropped from By Shirley Green .

your family. There is no chargeRolls the team because of disciplinary

Den 2. butter, coffee cream sugar, reasons and Johnny Prevatt, who AA ....A AAA.A&&A ...AAIrs. 216 BULLS 21.6. "

cupS was ineligible, withdrew from .
Parish House silver and plates are furnished Mattie Sowell visited Mr.

St. by the Catholic Club. Al! school. and Mrs. Herman Hodges and
: Parishioners and their familiesare Two away games are scheduledfor Mrs. C.
in Jacksonville
: m.
invited. next week. Friday night is
Adult three days last week. I
Church, 8:15: Sunday Feb. 5, will be Communion with Bell and Saturday nigh Mrs. Pasco Mott and son and I BU'LLSALE

Thursday Sunday for all the Ch'teen tlwith St. Joseph's Academy. Mrs. Mike Tilghman and son of
Woman's I of the Parish. There is a i|>w faculty memberat : Gainesville visited Mrs. Mae Mott

I Altar Boys for Sunday, Feb. 5, M. H. S. She is Mrs. Frank Saturday afternoon.

Palatka : {;I will be Lee Sutton and George Sciadini teaching Science, Math, Mrs. Rosa Kelley was the Sunni -i FEB. 7 1961 -- 12 NOON

p. m. [ i Allen. For Sunday, Feb. 12, Herb and English. She graduated fro day guest of Mr. Ad Mrs. L. C. ,
We j Nelson and David Schaeffer; for; The University of Fla. and holds a Kelley and family in Waldo.

hope [ Sunday, Feb. 19, Jimmy Fox and B. A. degree in English. She is Miss Linda Green Miss Linda. Greatest Bull Sale Ever Held in Florida! .

in Gainesville this
John Allen; for Feb. 26, Jimmy: now living ; Jolliff of
Columbus, Ohio, and 1 '1* AMBULANCE SERVICFPHONE Fox, and John Allen. her first year teaching. She replaced Miss Nancy Headley of Pittsburgh,

Altar Boys for Tues., Feb. 'I, Mrs. R. S. Mullin, of Pa., all students at Florida i I I I J{ 84_ Hereford Bulls 16 Brahman Bulls _

WO 4.2600DeWitt will be George Allen; for Feb. 14,, Gainesville also. Southern College .
\ ; in Lakeland, '. .
C. Jones Funeral Home David Schaeffer; for Feb. 21 JohnAllen were weekend guests of Mr. and J{ 83 Angus Bulls 6 Charbray Bulls- '

I -, ) ; and for Feb. 28, Lee Sut Faith Presbyterian Mrs. Earl Green. .

DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director ton.Catechism Church, Melrose Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Douglas *' 27 Brangus Bulls
for children of .
Starke, Fla. and son of Jacksonville visited i '
Grades 16. Saturday morning; Sunday services-Churcn Sch ool 1. Mrs. Iva Douglas Sunday. I f

Rental Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel Cha ?., crntr; e! from 10 till 11 at the Church. 9:45 a.m. Morning WorshiD. 11 Mr. and Mrs. Alex Williams and i GRADED AND SIFTED BEFORE THE SALE

Personals a.m. Rev. James R. Neale Jr., pas son of Jacksonville were guestsof

r ? Mr. and Mrs. Steve Flecks tor. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green from SOUTHEASTERN LIVESTOCK PAVILION

This Week'sUnconditionally stein of Hudson Fall, N. Y., called Thursday to Sunday last week. I

on Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kyle las TR( TrY EPISCOPAL :Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Douglas of OCALA, FLA.

Thursday morning on their wa y CIICRCH, MELROSE Lake Butler visited Mrs. W. T.
through Keystone Heights. Th, -

Fleckensteins were returning; Sundays 10 a. m., Church

home from a vacation in South School. 11:15.a.m: ., :Morning Prayer .
Florida. and Sermon (First Sunday, i '.,
Dr. and. Mrs. Edward Rod- Holy Communion). 6 p.m.. Episcopal ''I'..-_!,.- oJ t
owskes of Wilmington Del., and Young Churchmen. :.

Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Morgan, Jr,. Holy Days lo 'a. m., Holy ; Salutes Its
were dinner guests of Ml. and Communion. .

Mrs. Lewis Muir on Monday even .
The Rev.
Millard H. Breyfogle,

Guaranteed ing. Jan.COMMUNITY 30. CHURCH I Vicar. Y MAN OF THE YEAR I

:: .
Dr. A. C. Holt Minister

Mrs: J. L. Hetheringion Sunday, 9:45: a. m., Church w.Agent I

GALLON $4.95T $ Organist and Choir Director. School for all ages. 11 a. m. .' ,

I Sunday School. 9:30: a. m. Morning Morning Worship. 6:30.: p. m. -
I Worship 11:00: a. m Youth Fellowship. W. Thomas of
,, D. 1300 Pratt Street StarU, Florida fias'beenselected ; wnrY .' .

William's Cathode Chapel 1 Wednesday, 7:30: p. m., Bible by the Company as its "Man of the Year" for the Florida- : %" .'
Tex J fit. or Ext' Masonry And Study and Prayer Meeting. ,
Keystone Bright J
Rev. Ted, Springer, Pastoi.THERESSA Mississippi area. The selection was made from the more than three s ; .

MINt S"4-nday'Mass at.8:30 a. m.I .rrrirrrrti/.YY.Y..Y...J .. hundred and fifty representatives In this territory and was based on his rm :
: Holy; y Mass at 7:00: a. m. ft rf
-.J outstanding service to his policyholders i and his sale of life insurance. .. -
mnGALLON Tuesday Mass *t 8:00: a.;In. -' y : :

Confessions before all Masses Dutch qualified for the 1959 "Torch Club" the company's leader's club > .< '
$ Baptisms, marriages and Intructions -
$3.55ABC by appointment 0'- i in 38th_ position He has made a remarkable' record since coming with
By Ruth Griffls I I
the Coma.

Financing: Up To X3,5003G :I.9:30 KEYSTONE"Sundays Church Mr.-. sMarylin and Mrs.Rhoden Carl ,Rhoden daughterof of Dutch is married and has two children, Linda and Tommy. They ,. ;:r.3

: a- m.,
MONTHS TO REPAYFree School ,9:30 a'r m., Morning Hampton, and James O'Steen of are members of the Madison Street Baptist Church. He has'served th. fiD Yr9ua' b .

Prayer and Sermon fist Sunday Waldo were married last Friday Baptist Church as Deacon, is a member of Life Underwriters Association F <

timates-Month1y Payments Holy Communion]. 6 p .m. Episcopal night at 7 o'clock at the home of and ,a
is Mason
Rev. and Mrs. M. a '- /
Young Churchmen. L. Packham. N

$10:00: And Up Holy ,Days 7:30 a. m., Holy Close relatives and friends attended __ ...": ..p" _,' ; ., f

-- w** .. Communion.. the wedding. The coupleleft .. -- .; ,..- ; ".
Third Parish immediately afterward for .
Wednesday a W.D. THOMAS
** Covered Dish Sapper, 6 or 6:30P. : short wedding trip to South Flori -. -.,' ." -- .

'Call1'0 4-4201 Till 5:00 p. m. m. da.Mrs. \i. .
1 J. A. Gnann -. .. J
spent last
The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle, ; -
After 5 p. m. Call Eston Jordan WO 4-2914 Vicar. Friday' in Gainesville.. .it ... i .. ; .
!Mrs. Rhoda Dampier attendeda LIPERTY
SUPPLIES FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Selective Service Clerks Club .
n s It
Services: Sunday School 9:45
WO 4-1201 ...J.. ,R. Smith, pastor RalphCopeland A. m. horning Worship 11 a. m .. -.. >_. "
Phone Starke, Fla I Minister of.Mus1c' and Training Onion, 7 p. m. Evening 11i i y FRiK',. .J.MoRD.PW a' .:1gitE to. ;. ._,

'IT church organist eemces & p. m. _ .4a.-....V.. ; .._ ,.o ,r.s- .

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i..YY YTYYYY..YYVVTV' ...vvvvtrvnnnrnvmn.F I Ititws !conducted, by the pastor. Holy Rev. Luther A. McGee, and our.small I 1 with'a
I children in the foreign Anderson, S. C. \:jjoyable i two weeks d A. t'.,' 1'Ilat $. tark- I: II1"UUI
1' .
; 'INTEREST TO COLORED Communion will be given at' 6 p. special singers. Join in the con-!fields. Please be sure to erase or MrsAmanda Crosby visited: ':)..irs. Maxie Reddish of Long ..."'i'i'!,"" _
m. while Love Feast' wili' be held gregation singing led by chorister, cut out all'messages and signa Sunday with her sister-in-law,l i:Beach, N. Y. !I : I
ctriZ S' 0F BRADFORD COUNTY at the morning worship hoUr. All D. R. [IRussellj Red:1: ng;,*;th the I tunes, this is by order of the U. Mrs. Mirtle Hilliard who is a |!i 'Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Reddish I
members are asked to attend.nndbring talented Mrs. Jean Brookins at .S. Customs. The cards patient in the hospital at Plant
may be and daughter of Eustis visited I
By Ozora ShellScKqoT.ttuick visitors and friends .in'the the plano: Listen over the local, left at Church City. Radio-TV RepairNEEL
or given
me. : Monday with Mrs. Reddish's parents -
1.LAllivAaiut1&AAAAAliaA4AAAAAAAAaAauAAAA__ uAA.... conunu,city. Sis. Irene Thomas, radio station Feb. 4' and Feb.' 11. They: will be sent to Miss Norma Others in hospitals include'I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norman .
Supt. is still shut-in and' wishes for the announcement our I M. Sweeney.. missiorary in Charlie Gaskins in, Avon Park Guess that's all foi this .
; Meeting at 7:30: p. m. when the Tigerettesand to be remembered byt all members pastor's messages that will start 1;, Brazil, South America.. and' my brother-in-law, M. E. time. bye now. I I
t Mai ger r Alma R. Jenkins' ; andt Tigers will meet W. E. Har- and friends., Remember: all; other. Sunday afternoon Feb. 12, at Saturday- afternoon [Eddie] Weldon in Tallahassee '1 1NOriCK II I
# t t ili Young, 9f :RJE ris Vocational High School of shut-in memoers. Junior Church,' 6:45: p. m., for 15 minutes. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. I Ernie guests Johns of We pray God's blessing upon, OF LV1'ITION TOItRKISTER I MOBILE RADIO
c etwium journeyed,.to .Or ndo Hastings. The general public is meeting everY'Monday at 5 p. m..; Two other church announce- 'each of and wish -riCTITIOlA1IK!
f j>r;' a district meeting'of. s hoot cordially invited to attend. Girl Scout meeting each'.. Thursday ments ot'intel'eft are the follow-, were the Johns' son and daugh recovery.Mr. you a speedy:. N tloe is hereby given that the'ulldfrf'ign..d. 234 N. TEMPLE AVE.
I ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford under the provisions
lunchroom workers. According! to CHURCH NEWS room 22 3 p.: m.. RJE school ing: first, all men of the churchare !Johns ani daughter of and Mrs. Frank Norman, of Chapter 20.933. Laws of Florida ,; North Florida
[ : in
Jackson- located
'manager, Jenkins, plans? ,-wereptade Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev.E. .\.-E. J. Givens, reporter. urged to meet the pastor for I and son. Ray and! son and Clerk Act of of 1!the ltl. will register with the (
in and
for the state workers, meeting E. W. C. Leads the Brotherhood ville.Mrs. Court Supply Co. store)
D. Robinson will meeting to be for Bradford
I pastor, bold R. L. Morgan and daughter daughter-in-law. .Mr. and Mrs. j County Florida upon i!
; that1 win.be held'in Miami on regular pastoral services Sun- Edward Waters College of Jacksonville held ,at New River Baptist Glen Norman receipt of proof of publication of ,
on visited
Sunday i
Judy, and Mrs. Morgan'sisoninlawand this notice, the fictitious of Phone WO 45521If
F\1c&y\ ,31. Each worker in name j
March day starting with Sunday School. has, the largest student Church Feb. 6, at 7:30 p. m.'The! daughter. Mr. and with the Norman's other son and;, Koch's Drug: Store under which II
I attendance repprted: a ve"y.pro- at 10 a. m., Supt. Henry Bryant; enrollment from Bradford county second is to please hand in all Mrs. Bill Chambers of Jacksonville daughter-in-law, Mr. and!:! Mrs. : Call am paged, in business, at 166 West i no answer call
St. Starke Florida. !,
ftabl lt! meeting.Carnation ; in that f. 1cludes'the following your old Christmas cards that
charge Junior so
: Angel Choir rehearsal per- visited during the weekend Clinton Norman, in Jacksonville._ Olin W. White 439 Lake Street, AVO 4-2113
Club Fri. 7 p. m. All parentsare sons: Vera Claire '.Coleman, Mary they may be used by our mission with Mr Chambers' relatives in Mrs. Janice McClellan returned Starke Fla.. sole owner I I
The Carnation Social Saving 'asked to send members to rehearsal Helen White Helen Bright Jackie aries in their mission WOJ k with Thursday after spending an en- Dated this 12th day of January.t J
t Club will hold' the next" regular since we will sing'all day[Lane Huff, Lucille; Walker Jim-, -- -- -

meeting Monday night at the Sunday. Sgt. Robert Green is mie Scott Rosebud Kitties Lester
Reno Theatre p. m. .resident i home on furlough; Miss Verdelle: 'K. Randolph, Velma Tyson Rosa
\y ,Btoaks 'aisles alt member* to Clarke niece of Mr. and Mrs.'l Lee Moore, and Nathaniel Rich-
be) ,present and, qr time. Don't Jerry Clark was recent house ardson. SAVE LOW LOW PRICES
forget the first meeting for 1961 guest of her aunt and uncle. She :, CoWer-Bloeker Jr. College ,
I in, the, circle. of churches. 411 is a nurse in Alachua General The choir of Collier-Blocker
members.jire asked'to meet'at Hospital, Gainesville. Ranell Junior College in Palatka will ,
MWvHope|: Baptist ,Church at English reporter.Mt. sing at RJE catetorium on Wed.. ( tIj4
10:41 a.; m. for worship, Rev. I*I Pisrah A. M. E. Church, Feb. 8, 8 p. m. There will be no

if, Mpsley; pastor! The, churth Rev. Grimmage pastor, will dedI- admission' charge or collection' CUTS FROM:' ,,-
hostesses'and club members are cate the New Mt. Pisgah Churchon taken-, :The. address will be delivered ,1J"tIJ j '
'Mesdames'Leola Morris and Glen- the third Sunray: Feb. 19; by the president Dr. A. B.

nis Solomon, and Ir.elyn Solomon starting with Sunday School. The Williams. Collier-Blocker College .
Johnson. The hostess for the next following churches and teachers I is the nearest junior college to Tt1'N5PBEff

club meeting will be Mrs.' Sarah will appear: Mt. Pisgah, teacher t Starke. Palatka is just 38 miles ,
Prince A! R. Jenkins, reporter. Dea. A. O. Jenkins; Mt. Nebo from, our, county seat. Parents S SAL. J
Sorprise Farewell Party Dea. Saul Hankerson:,New Bethel,' who are interested in a very'.cheap .
Sgt. Robert Green of LincolnCity Bertis Robinson; Antioch, Linwood -.'I way to send. your children to col t ,BLUE RIBBON YOUNG
was surprised: with a going- I Crawford; Mt Moriah, Mrs.,liege are invited to attend this CMifNfltY :Q R .1.!

away party Monday night by many E. J. Givens; New Hope Mrs- I meeting. If as many as 13: per- NITS 'mss' :" f" '
of; his friends in the community, Sarah Morris; First Born Tem sons enroll in this college, includ MERCHANTS 5'IRI. ,: .
He is the husband! of Them a pie Dea. Hayword Brooks; Ebe lug adults and .former graduates, .
Green, secretary of Ebenezer Bap- nezer, Miss A. B. Anderson; Allen free transportation will be furnished Oae
ti't Church and ,an employee at Chapel, Henry Bryant: Allen n: daily to and from Palatka.: RIBBOry. 18 39c'FAS7

the Bradford County Hosp aL Chapel, Macclenny, Elizabeth{ ..' you cannot afford' to 'miss this! KAIMUTS s *. TE ((7-. .
Wednesday- Wright} ; Mt. Zion Lawtey, Dea, great educational opportunity. For HAttl o/I
I l Willie Brown; Free Caiman: more complete information Com IMieifrs .1 B
embark for overseas duty. Ills Church'of God In Unity. UTS. B.? and hear President Williams T
family[ will remain in Starke. W e J. Lennon: Bethlehem Freewill, Principal Thompkins" invites all

for Sgt. Green, "Bon voy- Elaine PInione:. .General. 3upt.,, members of the alumni'associa:! BLUE RIBBON ) Cy t0E
ate,".. Mrs. Anna C. Wright; SecV., lsfa tion of R.7Eand. former, students [ TASTY "RED ROE"MULLET 4c'UOUS C
-Hospitalized- -- IJelenV11ite, Beginners, : rytoy; attend. A special invitation is

Bradford County Hospital has dames A. T. Chandler and M. J. extended to veterans and i mem- 19c. 011011$1
the following patients: Arnett Lee; Special music Mr Z. P. bers of the Board of Public In- U
Thompkins of Lawtey and Leon Jennings. The churches and. structionStaff reporter. u 98ct
BrIght Minnie Franklin Mrs.( teachers as' named will be accompanied Fiesta Club .
Dime] of Reno, and Helen Jack- by their respective The first regular meeting was LM11M' 'f' -
son Mitchell of Tampa who is superintendents. Church school called to order by vice-president t il - I
the proud mother of a baby girl. will begin promptly at 9:30 with Clarence DeSue at Wateroak I II
Miss RJE Contest Supervisor Shell at the piano. All school It was decided that the E EIC A :
Miss RJE Contest eniUn Sunday Schools have been asked election of officers would be for a r0 F STAMPSr11ERCHANTS P Lr ei

the folowing tallies: diary .Belle i to report at least $10. but the' period of two years. All office I GREEMN p o : $ r" :
Tyson 106 votes; Glory E. Cummings -I.school with the largest amount were declared vacant and'the following I .
73 votes and,Cote Houston J persons were elected to '
; : over this will receive a large engraved '
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29 votes. Miss RJB for 1961 '' collection banner for your serve a term of two years: Presi- (' } .
Is Mary Belle Tyson of Wateroak church. All visiting superintendents dent, Clarence DeSue; vice-presi- l ADDY.ESfh } : I
community. Mary is a Junior. and I re asked to bring your liter- dent, Jerry Clark; recording secretary \ HCODE ST x'"... 'FRESH' HAM' 49

Is very close to being an honor I ature so that we may be able to Mrs. Ruth Edna, Holland; ..... 11tn:rsttIIes'' LB I '
student. She is the daughter of supply' all scholars with books.' financial secretary, Mrs. Edna I ,.y '
I 't.1 1/
Albert and Marian Tyson, both Bishop Green will be with us. Baker; business manager. L. ,Z. t'I
are qualified school-bus drivers Review by Mrs. Juanita Lewis, Baker; treasurer, William Hol- I TENDER JUICY FRESH PIG .

and have served In this capacityfor Supt. Lake City District. Let's land; assistant business manager,
the Bradford County Boardof make this the largest Sunday Eugene Blye; reporter, Mrs. Per- GUARANTEED I I
Instruction. Mrs. Tyson is at School,? program in the history of nella Cummings; chaplain Mrs. KFASTB 120Z 39c ISHOULDER LBCOUNTRY 33cl

homenursing, her new son-who is, Starke. Mrs. Elnora Cannon,' Grace Long; special committee. .. CELLO I
a' little over two weeks old.. Yvonne !, General Chairman and reporter.! Mesdames Ruby Clark Gladys I
was tired of being the baby(I Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church Leroy
after eight years. Congratulations I Rev. I> A. Sampson pastor, will Long. A delicious menu was ser- I I Ib4t'f
to the happy family. I hold regular pastoral services on ved by-Mr'arid Mrs.. William"Hol.. ALL MEAT FRANKS u 53c: SIDE MEAT piGS FEET SAUSAGE\ :

The coronation ceremonies"' will Sunday starting with Sunday' land. The -next hosts will be Mr. I I. I
be held on Wed. Feb. 15. in the School at 10 a.,m. with Fannie B. and Mrs. Eugene Blye.-P. CUm- FARBllf'fERAfIIK' OR SWEET MILK 39CiO 30cI
school cafetorium at 6:30: p.: m.: Fratier in charge; 11 a. m. and 6 mings, reporter. LB C u
The basketball games wip begin worship will be Church of 'God In Christ, ElderD. BISCUITS i L \
p. m. services 3 N5 29c I _. _
.. R. Williams pastor, will hold - - -

: "We eliminate the miiftiemanY l i profit regular pastoral day beginning .
with Sunday School at 10 a. m. .. .. << ,
: : : 1. Dea. T. Hall. Supt. in charge ,.. ....... w > '.. ..... .. .m .jif_", I" 9O
One Quart : With Each Church' services will be held all PURCHASE)
I FREEPrices day to which all members; and ; LIMIT-1 WITH\! $500" FOOD MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS

or Gallon 'ODe you bur. %./ I friends are invited to attend. s* SHORTENI NG ( M Ac WITH THE PURCHASE OF
Young Peoples Willing Workers 1 UP. FOUR ROSES BQNS rear

Start at '$2 qt. $5.98 Gal wnI,meet at 6 p .m. Sis. Hamilton 3. B RECORD
[ president; Tues. 8, p. m. u TXIL COUVON EVIRt!
I Bible Band; Tours night,Missionary A
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE Band; Friday, business meet B .
ing of the.church. All officers and 22 OZ '
501 N.W. 8th Ave" Gainesville Fla. FR 67588Jt
members are urged to attend as PLASTICBOTTLE
> "CORAL eur or+s
business of vital importance must NEW LIQUID GET ONE 4gj
be transacted. Stop look and i
Read: The Masonic Harmonaires .FR
; Thai's Our' Business of Lake Butler. Zion Travellers of .. MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
Starke. and The Singing Trum WITH THE PURCHASE OF
If It's Glass We Have It' pets of Jacksonville; The Mason- "1W\\ PEf"a n TALL 5'r C y" BUBBLE BATH

CALL WRITE or VISIT nettes of Brooker and Wonderful CAN .
Southern '
Echoes of Tampa sang plEASE FEBRUARY*, 1961
at RJE Sunday. A local boy fea r'if.' ; Iffi CODE IT
Joe Peters. Glass Co. tured with this group from Tam CHEf BOY-XtUXE+ :/., .. Balls .

pa Emmett Lee is the brother x>f LUSCIOUS HAl-VES & Meat+
,: FOR ANY GLASS NEED Rev. George Lee. Persons who did ROSEDN-E Spaghetti

We Design Modem Store Front not attend missed a great treat. BARTLETT. v
Just Mail) Us A Pattern for The Zion Travellers of Starke wiappear .: 15V4 OZCANS 49'1 .

Table Tops in'reeltal'ln Gainesville on I m L MERCHANTS
# = 99C .
Feb. 14. Local IZ. ..
til3N.W.4thPL persons should go _
F5t .
GalnesrlDe, Fla. Phone 3t353Prodilcers ff.1 3 WITH THE PURCHASE Or
over and support our local talent '7" LAOY FAIR ICEO BOSTON

that has a wonderful singing ER CAKE :
group, Rev. C. L. Franklin is the s.y. if THIS CCUPON'EXPlRES
pastor of the host church.C. .-Mrs. rsras. ._ 1 faS J ..FEBRUARY. 4, vs I
cooc IT
Attention Livestock !! B. Samuels, reporter. "HUNT'STOMAYO-RAMASALE" WINTER GARDEN FROZEN :
. :
Four Hunred Social Club did -- /.. ; .. .' < .
If have not report this week. Accordingto HUNTS TASTY .
hogs orcattle ;
you _
I to sell now, or ,i in i: :.:t-r .r"v .,r' :J Dea. Carlswell the meetingsare g ;APPLP; :CHERRY, PEACH, PUMPKIN :

the future please con- : :: .':. 1 held every Monday night. TOMAtO .. <- $
What has the :
happened to :
tact one of the buyers ,
t Young Men's Club???
al Copeland .Sausage : PI15 fl'.9c

Company and giye them t tx ti. Rn.TW.mm.ri SAUCE =MAID"jf4
ah opportunity! to buy ,)."f _

your 'Ii!. 'tock.., a..; fflLBMNBy HUNT' RICH RED 'THIS'"COUPON XPIaEI 961
LAdY y ;a;
I\ r

COPELAND OFFERS YOU Mrs., Harvey McCarthyHowdy TOMAIO' JUICE ''MERINGUE PIES ; 39c = >'. .
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1. Cash market every day. Neighbors-and- I conIgratulations 4 :$I.OQ'rA FAIR' "PLASTIC DOME TOPS Htt' .

} to Pearson Cox. son QUART CANS 240Z
2. No commission. j' CAKES
'of Mrs. Lois Cox. who jecelveilhis SIZE 69c MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
3. consideration Bachelor Degree of Industrial '-, WITH THE PURCHASE Of. "
Special given to meat
-- ,1 LB FARMCR GRAY _e i -
Engineering Saturday evening ;:
I type hogs. from the University of Florida in _. _.. .. PIG LINKS ,
1 in Gainecsville. Mrs. cox, her ;. .. t THIS COUPON EXPIRI :
4. Can furnish hauling for sufficient PASCAL FIRM CRISP'' : FEBRUARY, vat
daughter. Linda and her son-in- .. :
quantities.CALL law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ,' .L' : J :

Earl Norman, and Mrs. Cox's sis ,, ., -
COLLECT HO 2-3011 ters Misses Edith and Rosa '. ElER Y. 'C't

C 1 Moore were -present'for the grad STA r :; GARDENrnESH.,
o CLAUDE- PHILLIPS o THERON HUDSON uation. Mr. and Mrs.I Earl Norman j

PRESTON FOLK entertained the family with J..m FIRM GREENF. '
supper at their home in. Gaines POLE BEAR
: ville prior to the graduation sere :

r b CopelandSAUSAG&.c mony.you May to we worship again invite at HeUbronn each. of i!,I C AB\BAGE: .Li'H: : ,. 4C .2.1bs.29c.J.J .=

<>>IJqN;y..o ALACHUA FLORIDA Church soon: lIe f InspTratTonal".
messages delivered by the:pastor,



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boys and girls say about us and ..TYY'';'''Y Y ;"'t'ititto.n
Terry Futch Miss Patricia main pasture grass. He has his dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.' In Re: Estate of Laura W. Colley, I I .
our bossy ways? I have taught Starling and Mr. and Mrs. Elery fields fenced so he can control" the Nathan: ,Roberts, Mrs. Under Deceased. I .
CLAY HILL some,of them in Sunday School NOTICE TO
went bowling in Jackson- grazing of the pastures. wood's son -and d daughter-in-law
having claims
persons demands
or -
but not in singing-so we are
ville Saturday evening. Conservation leaders are looking in. honor of Mrs. Underwood's against the estate cf LauraW.
By Mrs J. L. StricklandXaaaa&aaXUUAL4taaaLa' wondering! Can we or can't we? Weekend I I Colley, deceased are hereby
By Enza Blanchard: guests of Mrand forward to issuance of, the world's birthday. notified and required to file their
Anyway helpers are badly need- I -
Mrs. Luther Hilliard were Misses; ,first range conservation postage Mr., and Mrs; Edward Saxon claims in the office of the County
ed at this little church. 1 &_ A A&A LA LA&& :.auaua Frankie Wainwright and'Jean stamp by the Post Office Department I and' daughters, who have been Judge of Bradford County. Florida,

Buddie Wilkinson says it will We are informed that one man Bishop of Jacksonville, and Mr; Feb. 2, at ''the American living in Tampa moved back to Starke in the .Florida County within Court eight House calendar at- EVERII8CDY5 NAPOY_

take someone with a strong back whose name we did not learn Thursday morning. Jan. 26. the and Mrs. Glenn Reaves of Augusta Society of Range Management's Hampton this week. months from the date of thefiat INtUHOUSEOFwrm+
read article in last week's County Council of Home publication of this notice or ,
our Demonstration Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Starling annual Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Clemons
and meeting in Salt Lake will
a weak mind to work with City.A the same become void accordingto
these chicks I news that more furniture is needled Clubs met at the home and family of Jacksonville spent commemorative postage stamp I I and children of Heilbronn were law. This January 31. 1961. +OUR tsasaQf) 1fA11N61NO
young He may be for the class here. This of.Mrs..G. W. Roberts. The I First Publication February 2.
rooms "
right but we wonder what has rooms spacious Sunday afternoon.with the Star- 14 a very :special kind of stamp.! Saturday night visitors with Mrs. mi. MORE C14llY BONES

happened? It seems that all of contacted Rev. Knight and were decorated with L lings.Mr. ,These stamps aje. used to commemorate -: Ina Knight and Ronnie. C. CAUK COLLEV
these._ young folks around here informed him to get 10 chair and dish gardens and arrangements and Mrs. D. D. Barber, national events, such as The W. P. McElroy family visit- Executor of the Last Will and
send him the bill. He will of camellias and gladioli. Mrs. A. Testament of Laura W. Colle)',
who have gone into the chicken pay residents here for the past year statehood anniversaries, pay tribute -' ed relatives in Cross City last deceased.
business including Buddie the Fred for alL The whole church wishesto C. Ellis County Council President have moved to Jacksonville where to our national ideals and Friday. They were also luncheon Hollis V. Knight I

Lange John Wilkinson and Ola express our thanks for this presided over the Business session. Mr. Barber will be near his work. mark important national achieve-. guests of Rev J. H. Mabry familyin Starke Attorney, Florida.for Executor !}'

Padgett, are all down,- and generosity.This After a luncheon, installation of Mrs. Mae B. Wells Mrs. Mar- ments. The stamp is in two. parts. Starke on Monday. 2-! U 2-23:I I H0oi

are almost past going with correspondent has no way 1 officers was conducted by Miss tha Bales Mrs. A. H. Harley and One part is a reproduction of the Youth Club Plans Party ---=--- Id '"
their backs! Ernie Padgett is also to get out and work for the Lord Ross County Agent. Officers are: Miss Enza Blanchard were in famous drawing "Trail Bqss, by The Hampton Youth Club met ---_ ... J
and the church but it does seem Presdent Mrs. A. C. Ellis; Vice Middleburg Sunday afternoon
on the sick list and Farley Aus Charles Russell the distinguishedartist Thursday last week at the city
tin is almost helpless with a bad that our feeble efforts with this President Mrs. Jim Harden; Secretary visiting Mrs. Ruth Barthlow and of western life. The other hall with eight present.A WILLIAMSJEWELRY !

back also. Ellen Wilkinson has typewriter does help sometimes, ,:;Mrs J. B. Godwin; Tress Mrs. Effie Mae Green and daugh, shows modern range conservationscene. party this Friday at the city I
been suffering at least. We are thankful we can urer.. Mrs. Eugene Pearson: Dele ter. Ruth. hall is planned to encourage interest -
with a severe cold be of help In some ,way-even if i gate Mrs. Hiram (Buster Bennett : "
for several days and Eunice Remember the First Aid Class in the club.CHURCU .
Whitehead daughter of Mr. and it is just punching these keys: Thursday afternoon at 3:15.: t.'t'T... ............. I

Mrs. Alternate delegates are Miss OF GOD
Rudolph Whitehead has T....................... Enza Blanchard. Mrs: WATCHES DIAMONDS I
,John Douglas
some strained llgiments in herknee. HAMPTON
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn REPAIRSAll
;and Chaplain, Mrs. W. T. I
Tills happened while she ,
BlairJ: ing WorshlD. 11 a. m. Sunday '
was taking gym exercises at RISING By Mrs. D. E. Hill Evening,.Service. 7:45 p. m. TP8 Work Guaranteed

school. Representatives of the clubs of Service .Wednesday, 7:45: p. m A. C. Williams I

John and Betty Brumbelow By Mr*. Gordon JonNea&4&4&44& the Council were: Mrs. Caddie AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.Personals Prayer Meeting Fr1da>. 7:45: p. tnf 142 W. Call St. .
called on us Sunday afternooand n Mrs. J. B. Godwin and ,Mrs M. ,ri p.6 ,*.w j | ii T p i J !
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we all went to Macclenny to B.-Jordan ot the State Farm. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Underwoodand Starke Fla.

see Jim Strickland who is improving Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and Mrs. A. C. Ellis Mrs. M. B. Mrs. Louise Hogan spent IB Bradford The CoaBtr County JndKt'Florida. Court Of ... i I I

very well. We hope to daughter Darlene were in Mid Hamilton, Mrs. John A. Haney Soil Conservation Sunday In Gainesville. They were I. Probate I II

bring him home before long. dleburg on business last week. and :.Mrs. J, L. White of Heil N-E-W-S vTHE ---
Mrs. Reed Lewis and childrenwere bronn. :
Saturday night we were sitting
here peacefully crocheting when in Gainesville on Saturday; Mrs. T. W.. Marker, Mrs W. T. By Bill Haas
we heard our dog Nag let out a ,Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Normanand Blair, Mrs J. K. Douglas Mrs. Soil Conservation _
children of were
yelp and run to the house. In Rosa Pinholster. and Mrs. Dave --
another second some more dogs visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edward Green of Brooker. A request for a Soil.and Water

came tearing through the yard Norman and Mr. and Mrs. GordonJones Mrs Pauline Torode of Kings- Conservation Farm Plan was _. .:: .' .; if: '.
after something probably a rab and family Sunday. ley Lake, Mrs. 'Orville Bumgarner made by W. H. Dukes. We /were

bit. We were too slow to get our Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomasand Paul.. and Mrs., Mae E. Wells were standing beside his tractor discussing r I
Brooker and Mrs.
light and gun out there in time to son of guests water control problemsand

see what the fuss was all about Faulkner and children of Stark Recent visitors of the Paul cover cropping in his pecan 'X'nlT' ..

Nig was more sensible than we were visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. C.: Smith family were Mr. and Mrs. groves when Bill remarked that'

were. He stayed put under the I Lewis on Sunday. Boyd Booth and Mrs. Kelly he 'believes in cover crops.- He

house an4 didn't even stick his Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norman! Thompson of Hampton.Mr. pointed to a good stand of Blue

head out to see if he could find I and granddaughter, Carolyn Jones, i I and 'Mrs. John B. Dye of Lupine in his pecan 'grove ;and \
the "booger." We didn't learn a I were visiting in Gainesville last Fort Lauderdale visited Miss En said "That Lupine w1l1.pu :plenty

thing by running out In the cold. week. za Blanchard Friday of nitrogen and organic (material

We failed to get to Sunday Eugene Barnes left last week: We.are glad to see'Mrs. Terrill into the soil." I have. had two .

School and church Sunday morn for San Diego, Calif where hIs e I and George Shuford able to bout e cover crops in the grove ,and I. '
ing. Both of our chauffeurs. Nellie stationed in the Navy. again can sure see the improvement in .. 1. !
Wilkinson and Lela Lang were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norman the trees.:' The.use of a'' .legume; ,', .
unable to attend so we stayed at of Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Waycfoss Jack Wainwright Ga. Sunday and son dinner of cover crop is one of'the most im ". : .,:.:... c.. .*>.$ ,****:
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Joyner and children of Mulberry conservation 'practices * home again. Clarence and Pansy of portant in
guests Mr. and Mrs. T. W.
Earl Moore of Tampa, and ErnieNorman this ,
Knight took pity- on us and did Wainwright. area. : .
of Gainesville I / '.' -f .
come by and take .us with themSunday Reggie Norman of Ocala spenta. complete Soil ,and. Water t.L:

night however.. end.Joe Norman over the week- few days with his brother and I Conservation Farm Plan -Vas delivered .,.,0... : I !

We learned that there were 56 Tommy Crawford Mr. and Mrs. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bob to Dr. T. GJf Ritch, who 'i o.f ...
present in spit of all the sickness bie Norman. On Sunday they took plans to put in some .Improved f .
C. H. Morris Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
and rainy weather. When we went him home and visited the family.Mr. pasture grasses. ...
Norman, all of Jacksonville and o/- **
in, and for a little while afterward -I Mr. and Mrs. George B. Edwardsof I and Mrs. WI; J. Zack of Ethan Sapp used the. District's ; JLi1! ,.

it looked as if most folks I I Jamestown N. Y. were all visit Starke have announced the birth grain drill to plant some Pensa- ;

were going to let the bad weather ing Mrs. Sally Crawford over the of a son John Stanley' in 9 t. cola Bahia grass pasture. While :

whip them but by the time the weekend.Mr. Vincent's Hospital Jan. 23, Mrs. discussing his cropland Ethan ,

service was well started the house and Mrs. Robert Bowen Zack was. formerly Miss:Charlotte e stated. that he puts-all the organIC 6
was pretty well filled. Tanner. The material into the "
grandparents are soil he gun .
and Mr. and Mrs. Bobo Starling ; ; : "
Mr. of "I have corn _____ .
The Junior Choir was a littlewhen and son, Mickey, were in Jack and Mrs. L. S. Tanner improved my yields' _v.Y :-, 1
shy it came to members sonville over the weekend. Lawtey and.w. and Mrs.CharIesZack. 'by turning under organic .material -,

but they did some good singing of Long Island; N. Y. and improved fertilizers,.. he said .

anyway. Some of the grown folks I I I Cash paid for goofs Clean,. cotton Mrs. Paul Smith accompanied A complete soil and walerc6ni I

have been trying to get ."yours I I rags. No Khaki or wool. I Mrs. Melson Privett to Gaines servation farm plan has, been developed "
truly" to take over this young Bring to Bradford County Tel> ville. Mrs. Privett entered the for Emery Johns, Who'is .,' I

choir but we wonder what thai I graph. Medical Center for, ctoservation., using Pensacola Bahis1 for'his" "'iI ,
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TRANSMISSIONS I Wky Iuy puree _U"Mnj m__
Auto Glass Electric Motor --" Tin U a fraat Moateat, and H might to.frfjkloa-, ttfufirly. lid Lb.pp.t.. Owrdu. TV1 t .'
Typewriter ;
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COMPLETE STOCK CURVED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS Repair Co. ? tag if it wire aot for! the strong itoady clasp of nl*. (J) F. a\\. ... *f UceMiwiy .. *'
GLASS ARE OUR BUSINESS Exchange hU notkor' kaaa1. jSko U. .,Ia",, t. ,.w. W. nJ ..rio.. (4) FM tW nlt> '

Windshield &.Door Glass Service & Repairs-Work OF GAINESVILLE, INC. Smith-Corona Typewriter 'to catch kim if ko fall*. .f *t Lurk itself. wkicB Midi .U
COMPLETE ELECTRIC MOTOR Clary Business Machines aeul'I1.dni l &i Mtppwt. Pin II f.-1 1u
Replaced In Any Make Guaranteed SALES AND SERVICE Repair Any Make MachineFR Bat tko time will'eon.w... kotl kava to lot toef ditttca NfuUily uJ ned yow KM

Car Or Truck Lamar PearsonAT Genuine. Wagner Electric Products 6-5551 ., kit motkor' said, aaj (o fortk .. kit wa. drib'

We Handle FR 6-2553 Saftey Glass TUBBY'S 66 SERVICE FR 2-8318.. 431 N. Main. Gainesville i. Etta thou, .. will at.d faidaaca.. Hi asatkar Mtakiaf con IMt ot"isr teary.

1030 S. Main Gainesville cara of tat too. Already, ka attoadt akarck = (! : uo
1314 8. Main Gainesville 505 N. W. 13th St. Gainesville OPTICIAN h wrM t
wick Jai. ,Ire at, .. Saaclajri and ilowly but surely r w+f I.uU I ....

AUTO SALES & SERVICE AUTO TRIM FLOOR AND TILECONTRACTORS Beckum' Opticians ko will kogia to tare tat 1II..i., af faitk. CkiUroa =:: ti w.:. : u-a 1 '

matt ko taagkt t. take well 1. u14M4S
: piritaal at a* pkjiittlitcpt. ;
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LIndsey L Becknm
IMPERIAL CHRYSLER R. O. Tko Church ttaadi roajy. t. toaek tkoau
Bobby L. Bryan Lenses Duplicated-Quick Repairs ( iv
PLYMOUTH.VALIANT\ Baker Auto Trim it Artificial ,

Authorized Sale- |rt3 -Service TERRAZZO CERAMIC Eyes Prescriptions t.r'lU l,,,. Kntitf 4it. ,,.,. 1b.i'''1. lad :'i

Hawes Powers CUSTOM\ INTERIOR TRIM ASPHALT, PLASTIC TILE Filled Promptly ,'" a .,.
HARDWOOD FLOORING 22 W. University FR 6.3516
Headliners Arm Rests m&m f K f fmm
Gainesville Fla.
Motor Co.
Floor Sanding & Finishing
Floor Mats Upholstering
FR 2-2561 FR 6-6762 FR 6-<<.5 PHOTOGRAPHY
Lowest Prices .
204 N.,Main Gainesville 1939 N: E. 27th Gainesville II I

Used Cars 312 N. Main, FR 2-3226 I Roy N. Green, ,Inc: ,

FR 6-3400 1021 E. University Ave. Gainesville FOOTWEAR S Direct Color Portraits for Gift These Vital Messages Sponsored As A. Public Service : '

Commercial i

CoMETFlATRENAULTAuthorized REFRIGERATION Family Footwear.peclalIst" Complete Camera Supplies
Sale.SeMceParU I
Jarman Shoes for Men 1118 W. University FR 2-4658 .
Trained Mechanics- Good JOHN A. TORODE
Used Cars Refrigeration Jarman Jr. for Boys Gainesville Fla. GAsOLINE : GREASE
Rhythm Step Vitality for LadiesOrthOJ I

615 N. Main Gainesville Sidney Leopold, Owner On The Square Gainesville, Fla. !McCULLOClI .. \ .

Commercial Refrireraiio MINERAL

Fristtaire Ice Makers

OLDSMOBILE HILLMAN- CADILLAC Sold And Serviced Anytime Johnson."Fari,-Inc. '. Florida Saw Co.e-.-i. .

Gainesville FR 2-8392 Complete Line of FR 6-3411 FIRESTONE ;TIRES .
Authorized Sales-..SeryicePart&FR Heights FR 6-7700 SFEDSPLANTS 2538,N. E. 19th Dr.-Gainesville ., ; f 4' '
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FERTLLIZERSlasectiddeaPet' i .
115 S. W. Second-Gainesville CONCRETE PRODUCTS : Supplies SHOES ..' ; FOR.KEROSENE OR FUEL, OIL ; \ ?

VOLKSWAGENSales 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Bob's Shoe Store! Madison and Cherry St PHONE WO 9.2011 -'. :, ..' Starke Fit.
--serVice Parts 224 N. W. 8th AVe FR 24)476)
Shoes for The Entire Family: : '
MillerBrownMotors :.' '.
PR 2-3532 'Edwards Building The, Music Center Bags Millenery Accessories GUY ANDREWSReal GIB BROWN'SService ;

1030 E. University Ave. Gainesville PIANOS-ORGANS 21 W. University Gainesville

Sales-:-Repairs -:4': ..

Montgomery Pontiac, 726 S. Main FR 2-4844 Sheet' Music Accessories .. Associate Store .
Inc. Gainesville Fla. ; Tpu Can't, Beat our Terms" This Area's Most Complete Line I

1025'.'W. University Gainesville of Sporting Goods,at ,. I II I .
M. C. SPORTS CARS DOORS -. WINDOWS. 0 Denmark Furniture Co. -: .. ,
Jimmie Hughes Inc.' K. *
Authorized Sates-Parts Service .
''PR 2-2585 Florida JalousiesOF .illiui's'Music' 1113 W. University Gainesville.
220 N. W.'8th Ave.. Gainesville GAINESVILLE. INC. L Store Of Starke Authorized Ford Dealer

"Gainesville Leader" Since 1933 GEMJEWELRY

Beach : '. .
ENGLISH FORD Awning Windows CHORD ORGANS $159-5375 '
All Meet A.W A Complete Line of EDWARDS'Grocery Bradford County
J4..A. SpecificationsWrite Guitars Drums -- Sheet Music
Authorized Sales & Service Tarns Needlework Notions 'N. L. WOODBURN
Or Call For Estimates
"Complete Service for All Makes" FR 2-8215 ,! TR Budgets 6-5931 Free Instructions 2' and Market 0t Telegraph
506 E. University Ave. FR 2-4251 :*
817 Hawthorne Rd. Toy-Games-Dolls-Hobbies
Gainesville 112 S. E First Gainesville
Gainesville Fla. 25.W. University Gainesville '- : I" -
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