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 9, 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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Meeting Monday the Bradford be provided by the commission.
h"\\11 abo"re wrec .eJ tars of Marcus Reddish, (leit) and
School Board concluded that But, the superintendent said, "I
John Alex Cunuiungs, Negro, which met, in: a head-on collision last '-'
Cagers To Enter County Superintendent Haimon P. there are'no local funds from iI |!
,I Saturday on the Bromilee Road vest of Starke. Reddish suffered :Morgan could not operatewith less I I either commission or school monies City Council Tuesday night'impression that; the CC directors I needs in several areas and pro-

fatal inure; in the accident when Cummings' car swerved to theWrong space than he has at the present to build new offices. I agreed to take another look atStarke's I were requesting recertification of jects a plan to deal with its own

Keystone Tourney I side of the road causing the tragedy. 1 I'I'I t The County Commission wrote i Workable Program with a;I, a housing project. problems." It is required by the
:| time.The 'view to
Board also concluded that Morgan on January 4 asking that. possible recertification. The air was cleared and Council Federal government as an indication -
i In Bradford 'I Morgan has no other available :I he give up the school board meet- : The action was taken when it be- !! agreed to reconsider a request for ;! of good faith on the part of

Tomorrow : I office space in which to -move ing room to provide more space i came obvious that a misunderstanding recertification of the Workable : the community and is a prerequls-

Night ; Negro Charged With ManslaughterIn and that, therefore, it would be for County Judge T. A. Yawn, : of terms resulted in a :|Program after delegations from ; ite to obtaining Federal aid funds
I : negative vote different -! '
II I impossible for him to vacate one whose office Is next door. The re- !' on an entirely I both the Starke-Bradford County : for improvements in many areas.

$ BUS tasketballers trave to the I' Year's First Fatal AccidentA room of his present quarters; two quest was made} by the new commissioners -!i,!! matter at its Jan. 17 meet- Chamber of Commerce and the : Carl Johns Sr., former city clerk

Kej stone Conference Tournament j rooms plus a vault, within 60 days at their first meeting j j 1 ing. I Starke Jaycees appeared Tuesday ,! and a member of the Chamber's
warrant charging manslaughter fatal accident which occurred at I The Chamber of Commerce I II night to make the
in Santa Fe tomorrow with I as the County Commission has of the new year in an attempt to I II request. The -i delegation said the City had spent
resulting from operating a 12:30: a. m. two miles off SR 16 requested. I alleviate crowded space conditionsafter board of directors on Jan 9 had i Workable Program was originally $2,000 or more and put in lots of

"a what Coach chance Carlton Koch calls vehicle while Intoxicated has been on the Brownlee Road. Cpl. Carlos I Morgan himself said that he they had decided the; county voted to ask Council to recertify i ceitified, about two years 'ago.E. ''I work on preparation of the work-
good to win'.!; in spite j issued against John Alex Cum- JIusgrove said that Cummings Starke's Workable Program before L. :
of 3-11 made a trip to Tallahassee to Inquire could afford to neither ienovatethe chairman of the able program. He urged that it
: a record Jor _the season. mings Jr., 34, Starke Negro who traveling east apparently veered into the situation. After present courthouse or to build I the expiration deadline in March. i delegation from the Chamber of ,i not be allowed to lapse as all of
Jn: their last before !
game the was driving the car which killed across the center line of the road !I conferring with several membersof a new one.Morgan |j I II A letter from the Chamber to the Commerce explained that the i this expense and work would have

Tornadoes tournament went last.Friday night! the Marcus Fred; Reddish. 34, in a and hit Reddish's car travelingwest the State Department of Education -: said he realized that I i i Council dated Jan. 12. however, Workable Program is actually a I, to be done over again at some future -

Gainesville" High' down School." 84-53 Coach to I head-on' collision last. 'Saturday toward Raiford. he found out that state :Yawn needed more space, ut that j j 1 was worded in such a way that long-term planning program, j' date if the city should find It

Koch said his charges made a"fair morning. Cpl. Musgrove stated that both. funds cannot be used to provide taking needed space from him : Council was given the erroneous! I whereby the City recognizes its necessary to move forward in one
r Reddish was pronounced dead vehicles were traveling about 45 :j I of the areas requiring Federal aid.
office for not the
showing' and "did almost as well I space the county super- was solution to the prob ...
on arrival at the Bradford County 50 miles and that 'T"", ". rt",:_-;- -, '" "'If'-.t' "I
or per hour intendent. And, Morgan said, the :( served the city for many
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as they are capable of" against a :i \ \(
Hospital a short time after the neither applied brakes before the'' lem.In ", years and I
fully realize the
bigger team that started five men\ school building program is set up I asking Morgan to yield space I need
over six feet tall. impact. Reddish, who worked I i I!on the assumption that space will to the county judge- the Commission : and value of planning," he de-
with the state tick eradicator program :, I I dared.
Conner I recommended that tho School .
Kocl\ also called GHS'a Lanny Requests .FtORIDAERIFFS
Somm se "the toughest boy we've : had no passengers with I Alachua I Board meet in the courtroom. ': Lex Green, W. H. Nollman, J. D.
him. Cummings and a lone pass- 1 Fixing !The commissioners agreed to Seymour, and Mrs. Dave Paulk
seen all year" as he sank 19
I Amos DcSue, 30-year-old I| I their :were among those
markers to lead his teammates in Garden Club Aid I enger thange meeting day so that present to voice
scoring. Woody 'Strickland was i Starke Negro are in the Brad- ;I the courtroom would be available 1 (opposition of low-income Federal
i ford County-.Hospital with injurl-I Of 301 Hits Snag I I housing. They
high for Starke with 14 points I II !' to the School Board.: assured by
and a .500 shooting peirentage.j I Commissioner of AgriCUltUre PSt but are reported in "good" It was also suggested that Mor- -. City Attorney A. J. Thomas Jr.
He was followed by Franklin j, Doyle Conner has asked the .help I. condition Musgrove said. I gan move his offices to the USO that recertific-ifcon of the Work-
I i of the state's gaiden clubs in I!I the The planned improvement of U. able Program
Tomlinson with 13 points and ere-j I A hearing will be set on : Building on Temple Avenue across I BOYS would not obligate
Emory Eunice playing with the ating a state nursery using prison : case against: Cummings pending S. Highway 301 in Alachua County from the high school. That buildIng ( the city in any way to move toward -
measles, with 12. labor. his release from the hospital, has run into a snag over the is unsatisfactory Morgan' \ ,I a project of that kind. "The

The local cagers drew a bye in He told a Florida Federation of'! Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish I railroad crossing in Waldo, a I said because it is used for other j I[I Workable Program by itself is not

the first: round of conference contests :Garden Clubs gathering in WintEr stated. I State Road Department engineer functions and is; fully occupied ;, R.ANC. f enough" he said. "Council would

and will face the winner of t Park that such a project would'|' Funeral services were held for I told the Alachua County Commission now. Also he said expensive .'1. .. I have to authorize a housing authority -
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the Macclenny-Gveen Cove provide "rehabilitation fo. these Reddish Tuesday in the DeWitt last Friday. vaults would have to be built in | .\< .... >. with members appointed
game men and a scource of material for C. Jones Funeral Home. Burial Jim Brewer, SRD district engineer which to store private records. t t. ,, ti.- :: by the Mayor in order to start
Friday night. If the ,
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Tornadoes will face either P. K. jour public beautification pro was in the Dyal Cemetery at Rai said the issue is whetherto The School Board also criticized: :,.".. '''q',-, ;tJ i such a project," he said.

Yonse Lire Oak, or Santa Fe in .grams," ford. : use a grade crossing at the the manner in which the Commission :,'Z'' ..._ .> i I Fred Snell, president of the
the finals! Saturday night Koch In discussing his state nursery ; Reddish was born in Bradford Seaboard Air Line tracks, or) an requested Morgan to vacate i. j";. ,. ',; !Starke Jaycees, said his group
predicted. proposal. Commissioner Conner County and was a veteran of I overpass. The railroad has sent his office within 60 days. -."'';1'-\;'!>o'o..: ..... ... 1 considered the planning embodied

Baby TornadoesStarke's i said that prisoners now on state World War II. He was a member 'the SRD a letter opposing a grade School Board Member Rodney '':.', !j' in the Workable Program of vital
!I highway work would be part of I of the Baptist Church., His pa- crossing, he added. Hall said he felt the Commission -i ,: importance to the orderly growthof

the Baby GHS B-squaders Tornadoes last defeated -I!| a "rehabilitation program in such ', rents were the late Ury and Viola Plans call for widening 301 should. have discussed the problem .'t16t.'- .community; and urged re-

A nursery where they would learn!''Stalsby Reddish. from the Bradford County. line' with the School Board, ratherthan certification.
Friday by a score. of 57-31.
one of the finest professions:that I Survivors include his widow throughWaldo.. writing letter ,Opponents of low-income housing -
John Williams was high scorer ; a setting a ----:-------- ---I--- -J----- -=-------b, -71 I
with 17 points while David In- can be taught." He commented on I Melvane Davis Reddish; eight Brewerrsaid that if an overpassis deadline.In seemed reassured regardingthe

gram had 13 and Bill Dowling 10. the greenhouse that the Garden I children Susan Lori, Roger, built, it will begin rising some other action, the Board approved ,- Boys Ranch Gets Toy MaterialA Workable Program recertifca-
Clubs have already constructed ''I Denice, Kenneth Phillip, Don, and distance back in the town: and plans for construction of .; tion when told by members of the
at the prison where some of the Steve all of Gainesville.A this is opposed by "business interests a gymnasium and two classroomsat Council that they did not favor
load of toy-making materials valued at around $200 was presented -
Hunting Season inmates are already being taught I brother, Carl, of Miami; four in Waldo on the grounds RJE High School in Reno. Federal housing at this time.
; to Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch last week by J. T. Quigley
horticulture.The sisters. Mrs. Robert Fitzsimmons that it would hurt the town'seconomy. In explaining their Jan. 17 neg-
To Close !1 (center), sponsor of the Gospel Tabernacle,.. Receiving the donation ative
Sunday program has already done and Mrs. Edward Holbrooks, both vote Councilman Carl! Hurst
more toward rehabilitating "these 'of Jacksonville; 'Mrs. Maurice The Road Department official Highway Patrol were Buddy McIIenry (left) one of the first boys tq enter the Ranch said, after hearing the discussion:

All of men who need:: it most than any Gouvert of Warner Robbins Ga. said that further- st dies of' possible program, and Leslie y. Gandy (right), of the Ranch maintenancestaff. "We were voting against low-in-
hunting all game animal Puts On Drive ToViolations I
and birds in Florida will close l factor I can recall." the Commis- ,,and Mrs. Arland Reed of Hono- solutions will be made beforea I Bradford Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish made arrangementsfor come housing, not against the

one-half hour after sunset Sun- sioner said. lulu. _ decision is reached. Curb the gift. I,Workable Program. It was all a.misunderstand.tI .
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day Feb. 12. according to A. D.I' c-r--- ,-.-'--- The wheel toy material will be assembled by the boys now ben- I :i." Councilmen
Aldrich. director Game and FreshWater efitting from the Ranch program Gandy said and will be given as I Wayne Dougjas' and Ruby Johns

Fish Commission. j i w-I -. An intensive enforcement drive souvenirs visitors as well as Christmas season gifts to underprivi- agreed with this viewpoint.
Only rabbits and unprotected I!I _- --c .-. -4 was instituted yesterday by the liged children.
animals and birds may b taken:' i ___ l Florida Highway Patrol in the -
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after the closing :day.: until! opening 4, ____ .'v, "- _ -' _* d ;- ;k -2 Starke district, which includes County(; Board
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of the special spring turkey and Clay Counties, to Agrees Buy

hunting season: in certain countiesin 4 a______ L $ __ 1 curt moving hazardous violations,
Northwest Florida April 1-9. : Cpl. Carlos Musgrove announced. Submits List Of

Unprotected animals and birds : The drive for increased enforce- Recreation Site On Crosby Lake

which may bs taken at any time 1:2 : ment made possible by extra :
in Florida include bobcat led and ; troopers from other districts Priority Roads

prey fox. raccoon oppo, Uln. nutria brought in for the day, the corporal Starke's City Council, at its:' sheriff's department and Jones'

skunk, flying squirrel. said. Radar and other speed regular meeting Tuesday night Funeral Home with that of the
English sparrow. armadillo crow "_ -_ I machines were also used in this agreed to purchase from A. J. !city. i At their meeting this week
rats. mice.! bats, moles shrews I j concentrated enforcement of Thomas Sr. jointly with the I .Councilman Wayne Douglas reported -. Bradford county commissioners

and buzzards.All \ moving violations he said. County Commission a 23 acre I that the funeral hcme had:.okayed a priority list of primary
hawks and o\\K am all The drive is a statewide effort, tract of land on Crosby Lake requested this tie-in to call city and secondary roads to be paved

other animnls! and birds; net listed Sflh..._' '.9t*+ 'I'mam-! ----___----------- Musgrove said with troopers from which the County and City Re- I police to accident scenes in cases in the county and submitted it to

above as "unprotected: are fully I Iroop: 70 Receives Charter During Boy Scout Week I each district cooperating with creation Boards want to developinto where an ambulance is called buta the State Road Department
protected by Federal and state each other. Drives' will also be a recreation park. law officer not. According to the Circuit Court

laws. Highlight of the observance of gomery; Senior Patrol Leader ped-up activity in Scouting in. made in the Starke district on The tract is located just west The council felt the sheriff's of- I Clerk, Charlea Darby, the primary

Season for taking alligators and Boy Scout Week in Starke.: markDanny Thompson; H. A. Bishop I this area. '; Wednesday, March land, Wed- of Crosby Lake Cemetery on SR fice and funeral home should bear! list includes: an overpass over U.

crocodiles six feet or more in ing the 51st anniversary of the Jr.. Rotary Club president; and Scoutmaster: Montgomery pre nesday. March 22, he tated.I 100, Recreation Department the entire cost of the tie-in. Mayor I 16. 301 at Bradford High School.
length closed January 31.: with Scouting movement. was resent- A. J. Thomas Jr., Institutional I sented several members of the !I "These intensive efforts by the Chairman James Bloodworth said. I Jackson pointed out that priorto i the resurfacing of the old lane of

the season re-opening June 1. ation of the Troop 70 Charter by i,Representative. exhibitionof '!patrol are intended to prevent It; faces Crosby Lake on the south | the city's obtaining its own i!'301 north the resurfacing of SR
the Starke Rotary Club : troop in an interesting I' such things as the Reddish accident and SR 100 on the north. j radio system, it had paid the 100 from the west city limit to
County Gets $29,000In organization. Pictured uponsorgeeral at members of .the Rotarying knot tying, fire making, and ," Musgrove said speaking Council agreed to put a $10 j i sheriff $50 a month for radio the Union County line SR 16 all

Race Funds presentation are i I from left! : Jack :Club attended the presentation 1 tent ptching. He expressed appreciation I I of last Saturday's fatal collision binder on the property and toj i facilities and had furnished one the way through the county, SR
Trauick Troop Committee chair- : and heard District Commissionerman to the Rotary'Club for ''which killed 34-year-old Marcus include $500 in its budget: as a radio operator for the sheriff. 1 230 from Clay County to the city

Bradford and all other Florida ; Scoutmaster David Mont- !' Bill Shiner discuss plans for step- I support given to the troop. J Reddish of Raiford. There have down payment if the county commissioners -I Light Plant and Water Super- ;limits and the widening of city

counties received a distribution 1 been 128 traffic deaths the will put up a !I'ke: a- intendent Riley Wasdin was ('streets. .

of $29,000 in race track funds I state.this. year and 5,816 injuries, mount. The city and county will :,i granted permission by th3 coun- I Secondary roads on the priority

this week, which brings the total ; Drainage Is Main Soil Problem Rotarians Hear althought Saturday's tragedy was share then a $1,000 down pay- ;cil to purchase six new fire hydrants -. list are: the Dedan Church road,
to date received by each county : the first fatality this year in ment and yearly payments of I' at a cost of around $800. : old Lawtey road to Hcilbronn,
to $70,000 for 1960-61 fiscal year. Discussion On Bradford County."Automobiles $1.000 if it is mutually agreeable.The The new hydrants are to replaceold SR 225 by Anderson Junior High

This is $7,500 more than the Conservation Plant QuarantineHarry will kill you," proposition had been presented ones on Walnut and Cherry School, road from Buddy Nor
counties had received at this same County Reports Says warned the. corporal as he cited I by Bloodsworth- to county Streets in the older; section of the man's to Willie Reddish's the

period last year. O'Steen of the .Jacksonville 1.232 traffic deaths and 54,518 injuries commissioners Tuesday morning.The Jewell! Eunice road from SR 200

--.-, i Drainage is the major soil conservation is low." Port of Entry, Plant Quaran in 1960 in Florida as mute I commission took the matter city.An ordinance was passed by the to SR 225, a road beginning at
I evidence. under advisement, awaiting thecity's council setting up minimum requirements SR 229 by the Union Primitive
75th Anniversary problem in Bradford : Drainage improvement installed :tin U. S. Department of Agriculture -
County, according:: to the super on 34 acres this year. decision. for safe installation of Baptist Church southeast to 8R
WORLD DAY visors of the Bradford Soi Conservation J Other items included in the report i ,- and Sam Morris. Gulf, Juvenile Confesses Bloodsworth also declared the all LP and natural gas installations 200.A
District in their annual : were: I Regional Director with the same state had agreed to construct a in the city, and also requiring road from south Starke city

OF PRAYER I report released last week. ; In the course of 1960 33 new !agency were guest speakers at the Lawtey Break-In boat ramp on the property front- inspection for a fee. of all limits to.SR 200. a road from Er-

I Rainfall far above the average cooperators were added. comprising Rotary Club Wednesday. They described ing the lake. such installations nest Allen's to SR 230. a road
FIRST CHRISTIAN I A break-in at the Lawtey homeof Jack Moore, of the Moore and In final Council Chair- from Sampson to
during the first eight months of I! a total of 3,449 acres. Basic a move City Graham
.methods used to
CHURCH the year accentuated the reed for | plans were prepared for each covering keep Elsie Griffis was solved this.May architect firm of Gainesville man J. D. Doyle agreed to pre- the Carl Johns' Road north of

Friday, Feb. 17 an overall study of the problem I! the same number of acres. I harmful plant pests from entering week when a 15-year-old boy admitted appeared before the council to sent several minor bills at the Hampton the Speedville road, a

10 A.M.. and corrective steps taken by New soil surveys were made fora I II the country on cargo and by stealing jewelry money answer questions concerning the [Continued On Page 8] [Continued On Pate 8]
Bradford and its neighboring i! total of 2.064 acres, and conser- I other means. plans for the new addition to the .
and clothes valued at $56
Sponsored ByStarke'Council.Of I counties, the report stated. The!vation crop rotation was installedas I The speakers were introducedby Post Office. The councilmen were
board discussed the problem many i follows: conservation cropping Dolph Reddish said. concerned about a proposed driveway -
ChurchWomen I I times, the report says and in one j j system, 1,734 acres; cover crop I I I T. L. Casey, who had charge. The youth from Lawtey admitted on the south side of the' P. O. WATCH FOR \

I meeting went over the situation : ping of 1,599 acres and crop residue i I of the program. : taking the stolen goods and leading Into busy Walnut Street. J

with County Sanitarian Jack I; use on 1.493* ,acres.A II I Elden Mathews.. announced that hiding them near his home, Red Moore suggested and cooncil a- Starke Merchants'

This Space Contributed i Trawick. : total of 726 acres of pasture I the minstrel: _orginally scheduled dish' stated, but would not admit greed to approve the plans on the

Weekly to Publicize In discussions it was brought! planting was accomplished and r for two nights would be shownone he, had anything to do with several condition that traffic in the pro- ."' .. ...
out that the drainage problem 4,013 acres pastures were im I' 'other breaking enteringsin posed drive be made one way so 1 ."" jO""
Cf11tmunity'Events by could be partially solved if exist- proved. Tree planting was doneon night' only -Saturday, February the same area in past weeks. that traffic would turn' off Wal- 15".U.I I: '

THE, COMMUNITY ing waterways were cleaned out. 2,576 acres, woodland improvement I 25.in the BHS auditorium.. In Bradford County JaB now nut and not onto it. ;4 -

"However" the report further i amounted to 1,099 acres He :urged all members to turn for: the offense which ,he committed Mayor W. T. Jackson and P0- ,
STATE BANK I stated "It will be a rather costly ; and a total of 44.016 acres re !out for a practice session at 7:30 Thursday ,February 2. the lice Chief Sweat were delegated to "" ...

OF- STARKE I project,and will require cooperaj: j Cf'ived.roodland' protection.:. .''tonight [Thursday. in.'- ttiq.. youth told officers he is on probation investigate a request for the cityto COMING UP FRI., SAT. FEB. 17,18Julian
tion from all affected landowners, i There were 16 fish pond treat I school's band room. for, breaking and enteringin pay one-third of the $115 cost
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I comforting sympathyand .'\
; help in our recent sorrow i 1S7IOLDEST ,
For the beautiful service -floral t b
Misunderstanding Clarified V t1ARI0A'A tTRRXtTUftRttb : Hew" !
I offerings: an.[',other kindnesses ware e I ,e rtNrs p, roxTixotan

A lengthy discussion at City Council Tuesday night r deeply grateful. The P. D,|t. 'I1NPa] TICK UAMJt UAATUCiO.r I

cleared the air and at last got everybody talking on the same [The Telegraph takes pleasure __ Fancher, sr. family.. %H..lir. taco -ru,.'.. KHt'.il .. .....i4 Class Mattel
in! introducing this column .
terms. on :- tA. i i tie past o'n. S Stark*. Via. ...u Art .( *ftr.. i. 1m
gardening prepared by the Florida A I I
It came to light, during the discussion, that Council, by Agricultural Extension Servicein i i N ttCE. ." -- .

action at its regular meeting on Jan. 17, had intended its vote i answer to a request from a h .TlitKit_ : itr "ot>riajr 1.isee Executrix:

as a vote against any move toward low income housing at j weekly newspaper for material of I Ii i yell wm '., Uoine band, adr'rt : 1-!$ 4t 2-1i

this time. What the Board of Directors of the Chamber of i j I this kind. We hope that it will L d The Starke Telephone Co. Js! jrnt lat.rfte. F 3TEriR04Btitmwn' j i II.. 'Th* C...tr''Mtt&e'tf Cart At.
Commerce had however ': prove useful and a source of inspiration ontinu1ngto provide: the most: I Bradford Ce"tT.-'Florida
sought, renewal of .
was Starke's'"Workable I : ,r 'rtl.'TWSti f4ifli.fa'te. !. Pre".."
Program," a broad outline of objectives wherein \ to our Garden Club i F. modem, telephone .service avail'; \ I|!,.I In Re: Estate. of Laura W. Col1fr II
'members, of '' able In connection with 1 1t. 1 I .
well lovers expanding Pleased.NOTICE
as as ; .
the community sets forth its ... .. ..
own projected programs to ; I 'and ] C tr Cent OfSradferd i iAll
I flowers and ornamental plant- improving telephone service TO CREDITORS
deal with its own problems in many fields. ings-1 .n. -I to the Starke 'Kihgsley Lake. I* Probate' 'Cea.fr Florida I f persons having claims or dM ''I
wands against the estate of Laura
Certification of the Workable Program Washington j j, By Hervey Sharpe vz and,, Law,- areas, new telephone! Orr In, JVcefised.Hi: Estate of James Lawrence.'I. \\*. Cnlley, deceased< are j hereby
is prerequisite to eligibility for Federal aid to the commu- Agricultural Extension Service numbers will'be placed in serviceat NOTICE OF JIPPUCATIO.Y FOR,' notified and required' to fife; their[
: claims in the officO of the county
nity in any of these fields, but does not. in itself '12 P. M..March FJXAL niSCHARGK F..XEi 1 i't ,
qualify a I j ROSE CULTURE .. 31. 19P.l. arrrjx.XOtlee Ii;I Judge of Bradford County Florida}
locality for any specific program. Certification of the Workable Roses; have universal appeal. Aside The reason for the number [la hereby given that I have I!!!t ftarke In the, Florida County:within Court eight House calendar at

Program means that the community has faced up to j from being the prestige flower i chanfe is fo meet dfelih i ?' requirements : filed the my estate final of retnrnx Jamea as LawrenceOrr fteratrt.T'of \ months from the date! of the
its problems and is I of the home 1 ': for All-Number t Distant deceased that T have filed fm! publication of this notice, o'
ready to proceed to correct them, at the j garden they are petition for ;distribution my for'i'|i the same will befflmf! void according
proper time. man's best friend. Dfalinsr. and to law. This January' 31, 1961. '
final ,
: discharge and that on the 271day i'
Unfortunately, the terms have been confused in the pub- ;! They'll capture a bride settle a ; These numbers will not be' in of February, 1961. r will apply;! 1961 First. 'Rbltcation. February :"
to the Honorable Theron A. ,
domestic tiff, use until 12 P. M., March 31, Yawn
or serve as a perpetual -
lie mind j
terminology used in the Chamber of Commerce i County Judge of Bradford County, ('. CARR COUJ3TKxecutor
letter to Council anniversary token. Growingroses 1961, but we wanted to notify you Florida, for approval of said final : of the Last will sad
caused members of that group to believe f I' for these and other reasons ----- I I I this soon to keep you from advert and. for an order of disribution Testament of Laura W. Colley,
they were being asked to vote on low income | and for final discharge as deceased./ '
housing at ( can develop into an interesting tising numbers on stationary, executrix of the Will of James' 1 Hollls v. Knight[ '
this time. What the Chamber directors had intended to ask hobby. 4-H Girls Sew letterheads, etc. Lawrence Orr, deceased. This 19thday .i Starke, Florida, .
was recertification .' of Januar1961.. Attorney' for Executor.
the town's
Workable Program, which But don't delay, because rose jrhank you.. Joyce Orr. Watkins i: ?-2 4t 8-28:!;.
will expire, if not renewed, in March. planting season in Florida is : STARKE TELEPHONE CO.. I '

We regret this misunderstanding which caused Council nearing an end for the bare-root Blankets For Civil Defense [Ad v.] : This Week'sUnconditionally

to take action that was misinterpreted by the .Chamber of ed store-purchased plants. '

Commerce and other groups. The misunderstanding arose For the procrastinor, container- Civil Defense received a boost Strickland how to hem blankets I I IT PAYS T0 .

by talking about two entirely different things-the Cham grown roses can be planted later, from the county's young people : to be stored for use in case of a Trade with SLADfi

ber directors wanted recertification of the Workable Program but will cost a fancy price. l last Saturday when a group of disaster. Linda Cox, also a 4-H

whereas Council voted on low income housing. The Varieties to plant can be a pro- 4-H girls held a sewing bee in the I i leader, ]is not shown. i
blem. Old-fashioned favorities local Chamber of Commerce I I
The girls cut the '
material fromi
only connection between the two is that the Workable Program
would be have advantages_ over the new- Building on North Temple Ave. i i bolts of cloth donated for that Bottled Gas

it would be a prerequisite to a housing program, justas comers. These include such roses Miss Dorothy Ross, Home.*purpose.i There were not enough (Irf City. ) '
prerequisite to Federal aid in many other as Louis Phillippe, Minnie Fran Demonstration Agent, is pictured I such blankets when Hurricane

areas, when and if the need arises. With its Workable Pro cis, Marie an Houtte and Safra- demonstrating 1-rl to Carolyn I i i i Donna threatened this area, Miss $6.50

gram the City can move ahead in many fields, but no start no. Often they thrive where the Chilson, 4-H leader Diane Hardy,.:; Ross stated. She also stated that .

can be made on any project without further action by Coun modern hybirds succumb to the Karen Lee, seated at sewing ma- the girls are sewing the blankets

cil. Without the Workable Program, however, the City would deep Souths tropical temperatureshigh chine Loraine Alvarez and Genie i i I las I a leadership project. No Gas Cost Less Guaranteed
definitely be handicapped in humidity, and diseases.

improvements. progress toward many public hobbyist Except, the for modern the most hybird dedicated roses Guard To Hold .I -Than- "Sl de Gas", I .- TUN6 OIL OUTSIDE WHITE-

Council Tuesday night agreed to review the Workable x. .
are the hardest to
Program and to meet again at an early date to give its final i- Site Selection grow. Open House Fri. ONLY GALLON $

decision on a request for recertification. Now that terminology Plant roses for cut flowers in a STARKE'S $4.95

has been clarified and everyone is talking about the separate cutting garden, because I At New Center WillIe d WaitOR

same thing, we hope the decision will be favorable. Since I they're far from handsome If Col. James A. Griffin, State

Council, in effect, through no fault of its own, was voting j: pruned properly, covered most of I Maintenance Officer, Florida Tung :Tex Iht. or Ext. Masonry And

on an entirely different matter at its Jan. 17 meeting, ware e 'the time with protective fungicides Army National Guard, has announced One Day Service I ;
and denuded of flower buds
more than glad to correct overtones of ( that open house will I '
our editorial following that date. We a '. umed the Chamberof | Select a site in a sunny loca- held at the Maintenance Center, .< .. '
Commerce letter had Camp Blanding on 1 Friday, Fe b.
asked for rerertification of the tion. In the event the bed is located -
10. The is invited
public to visit
Workable Program, as was intended by tba Board of Directors. near large plants, protecthe SHOE :
the facilities between 10:30: REPAIR
tg a. m. $
rose bushes from maraudinloots $355.:
and 1:30: '
t'i p. m. 126 North Court "
with a sheet of metal roof- Those attending will have, an St. ". .,... '. .,. ,
: Starke'Flbr'dald
Through The Front DoorThe ing buried vertically along th ; .
; opportunity to the "
see detailed
E:. A. hail Owner>, Mgr. :
pre-legislative meeting held in the courthouse Thursday side of the bed. operations of the Combined Fie 4 i j
the site I financing To $3,500
morning by Senator Charley E. Johns Prepare planting priorto Maintenance Shop which.performs Up .
and Representative .
securing the rose bushes. If higher echelon maintenance ,6n ;j : -:-:-:: : I I ..
better A. J. Thomas, Jr. is, we believe, a giant stride toward the soil is loose light and sandy,, equipment of all technical '.se rv 36 'MONTHS\ 'TO ,REPAY' '

government. It is a vast improvement over the old remove it to a depth of 15 inches -- ices for the entire
NationalGuard '
system legislation of waiting until the last minute to promulgate local and replace with compost of rotted Methodists To Hear within the -state. This in. W U llA MSJWmf -Free. ,EftihiatesMonllily. Payment.

-with the sponsor often obviously trying to ease leaves cow manure, and rich eludes Chemical Engineer,1Medi. I < '

legislation "through the back door" that might ultimately hammock soil. For best growth, be Speaker February 15 cal. Ordnance, Quartermast er; : : r r. .t' .:. ,10..00 ..AnciUp' -. :; .' .
affect in sure the replaced material is quite ,
every person Bradford County. Signal and Transportation items, '
Dr. Lela G. McConnell, president ,. \; ,*' ,- \
Senator Johns and Representative Thomas invited acid.Choose except Army aircraft, which is ; ', ; ; : -
everyone : overcast day for of Kentucky Mountain Bible 4ttrrl'rUn.7 I
officials maintained in Jacksonville .." ,
and the -
general public alike ': ..
courthouse Thursday and to come to the planting. First check the plant Institute, author, and world traveler New buildings occupied by i/ J .r. t. Call WO 4.4201 Till 5:00: p. m.
literally lay the cards on the table. carefully and cut back the bush will speak at the 7:30: p. m. maintenance activities within thee
If a proposed law is good enough to AI) Wdrk fluaranteed After 5 p. m. Call Estoft Jordan_WO 4.2914
pass the State Legislature i to four or five eyes. Trim off all Wednesday Feb. 15, in the First past 15 months include State
it should be good enough to stand the light of public )- broken roots. Methodist Church. She will be accompanied Maintenance Office Combined I A. C., Willlam '
appraisal. Our Bradford solons served warning that any Be sure the planting holes are by a girls' trio, who Field Maintenance Shop, and a_]I 142 Wrlc .tSL STARKE BuiLDERS SUPPUES I

legislation not requested at this hearing would not receive large enough to accommodate the will sing several numbers.A typical Organizational Maintenance ',I Stark, 'Fit..

consideration later, except in cases of extreme emergency. roots without crowding. In the cordial invitation is extendedto Shop designed for battalion_ ,, ,- ... .- --. i Phone WO 4-4201 Stark
The large number of citizens attending this hearing bottom of each hole drop a handful the public to attend. size unit. I '. lUj
evidence was of garden fertilizer and cover -I I r e "if'.. r' ,
of the interest -
that is : .. -
being taken in ---- -
our county, lightly with top soil. Dip the roots '. ,
Its problems, and its needs. Such an airing of public opinion of each of 11III I ; IIr
is not only good for the public morale, but should also prove water just plant before Ina planting.bucket Insert ALVAREZ STORE E8neatiasa: 1\1\ult ultAdv. J. .

extremely helpful to < ., ... ,. .
our public officials, who sometimes; the new bush so that the root sys .. .
lose contact with what the who tem will stand at the level ..,- .
people elected. them to office same ( .) .- f'_ .;. :
are. thinking.Ve that it stood in the nursery row. ."*1J w-,, ,. ,'..' ,' ,U' .

--- nope the- legislative hearing inaugurated by Senator With a slow stream of water DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE REPORTS: ;.;' ;:.' a- j; stop feeling g-trr'ed. back ach y/: ,
Johns from a hose, work the sbil about
and '
Representative Thomas becomes traditional ..' :, ; : -' --I':. ,
in the roots, filling the hole to the : .' air "washed .but. on washdays '!:.: ."
Bradford County. Benefits should be : ;. ,.\ -'-,. ,; '- ..:;
far-reaching. ground level. Pack firmly and puta ; y}" <
Building be inspected : :... r. tt.:
On The saucer? of earth about the plantto : .
Up And .
Up hold water. .' -F' ; < ; :.,- ;:
< ._ ..- .
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600 I When the rose bushes begin to e. 'n''J'.O' < -. : .r'. ,.

500 1 leaf out.such keep as an black eye out spot,for brown diseases regularly for termite damageI \ ,, '<" ; ."."1 .: .: ,

canker, and powdery mildew. Insect -
400 pests that may harm the I i I "Periodic inspections for evidence mites in the area and the type of

300 bushes will include aphids, thrips, j of termite attack should be construction involved. In no. in-

pumpkin bugs, cottonycushionscale made of all buildings in sections i:t stance should more than 12 ( '. ivashday '

200 ,. and red spider mites. i t of this country where termitesare months pass between inspections." C t
The county agricultural agent Florida Pest Control & Chemi %
100 known to be a hazard. This is : :
will be the best seource of in- cal Co. will inspect your home. .
formation on controlling these insects simply good insurance and should FREE. If termites are found you I '. _' ", I,

1950 1951 1 1952 1953 1954 ,1955 1956 ,,957 1958 1959 1960 and diseases.Methodist. be insisted upon regardless of will receive a free estimate.. There ;l freedom. <
| how completely preventive measj j f is \l. ,
Bradford County Strawberry Acreage have no obligation. on your part. i ,
Church ares been employed during !i,i This company stands the
i upon
Growers in Bradford County are once again talking about I' construction." merits of 12 years of honest serv- : ..'.: !:.li\j. ,:' make- fjamejess electricity for youf'

strawberries with a hopeful gleam in their eyes. i j l Schedule for week of Feb. 12: 'inspections'i "The frequency are needed at which will such del -I I jice I in this to its thousands of customersi ..' : :. i'< ':: AJ KLECTRSC CLOTHES,DRYER wiI l >i? jai ffidt9 let.

The reason-a much brighter outlook. Our strawberry'I, Sunday Men's Club Break- I county. ,: J. :" r
No will ted
I pend upon the abundance of ter-j Phone yourself and ypur famDy. longer you.be'tooaba: ,
i WO 4-3&6S I /
fields are producing good yields of high quality berries, and ;|''fast: in Fellowship Hall. 8:30: a. i 1, : .. _;. ::. .' ty "step ouL".Because you'U be spared the trudging fo-and-froor

a new migrant labor camp promises to provide the help Church School. 9:45 a, m. I i' ,' .- thetdotbesBoe. ..and lifting> ind> lugging heavy load,Aa Electric t
needed during harvesting season. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Snack i'I '* ": ': Dryer i ia eren surer than Florida sunshine. It Vat your co&fex&acg > ,

The chart above shows how Bradford berry had for' MYF. 6 p. m. Youth Meetings, :. ; -- day of night iff aay weather. Yam clothed abd, t
dwindled to acreage 6:30 p. m. Youth Choir rehearsal, ._ .' ; <, linens trill fast longer and J.look newer,. too, with never any mofedinf -
practically nothing in 1955 .., .
the gradual in- 17 p. m. Evening Worship. 7:30: p.I I I I I"r tJf.J -- .,. .4d :onl.' '_ : or winddamage.You .
crease in that has ; -. I > .
acreage been experienced since '' : ;
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was started to lick the problems that had caused near a program death i(services m. A nursery each Sunday.is provided at both j I ;: m_<. : : <::;' \-- tan me in many wy. with aa Electric Dryer; Better yefcvh&i ,

of the industry in this rnnntv i ,, 1 .-" I -" ; :fiviC?/% ,t jou |o ALL-ELECTRIC & yoor bom taudzy-wkh jjatutoinatic
Tuesdav Weslevan Service [ / MIL"'K .,< '' : :wa&er &ddwh ironer sJ flainejea} fosai
'' .-; dryer,. + t '
Also pleased over the brighter outlook 'Guild.. Unit One win meet at -f '- '- < << i. "-
7:30p. :
are our county : 9 a' / .-- t\-:; aa.*AIaJRAter-wm10Q1W, ) lire. better electrically; '..
agent, Experiment Station research workers and m. in Fellowship Hall with Mrs. --. V.1 ; At : .
others who 4 t-y : : : t. :f: ; '
: what'g Jaifiodarn
have worked together for I Joe McDonald and Mrs. L. H. : : :','" _' : .lei ;euf. ,1eCtwapp :alealer': slxm' you ww:.
several years to help improve l' < ; :. ,- &meTe home 1 laundry appliance*. You'll. .] Un asst!!
f/- ,
strawberry production in North Florida. During this time I Futch as hostesses. Unit Two of : .:: <.<. _
they have visited most of the strawberry fields in the area, |the Guild will meet at 7:3G>, p.!m. a gaI.92c ; / t-': :,

talked with the growers about their cultural practices and at the home of Mrs. C.. C. Johns. { f.:.: };
the problems involved. 1 1 Circle 4 will meet at the home of : .
,- .
(I Mrs. Sarah Hunter at 8 p. m. -i '/
The group then outlined a plan of attack The county Wednesday I
-Family Night sup-
Cream ,
agent took soil samples from all
berry fields and, after per and program in Fellowship

analysis, made liming and fertilizer recommendations. He Hall 6:30: p. m. A ::1.

also advised as to the best methods for controlling diseases I i Thursday Prayer Group in ',' .. Eggs Bread ,
.,.,. ,c.j, .
t. t -
and insects.
Extension vegetable specialists helped in setting I Fellowship Hall 9:30 a. m. Chancel --- :: .

out demonstrations virus-free strains and varieties, soil Choir rehearsal 7:30: p. m. ,' Cottage Cheese i' +' .s
)omt gall will starvt'
fumigation and i
mulching. Most of
our growers are quick to
accept these new and FIRST PRESBYTERIAN t Toloohlimandsle Ofafige Juice
proven practices. Few, if any, now I But smart girls preferThermitfed
fail to fumigate the soil before planting. All of them spray !: CHURCH, STARKE physique !

or dust for
of the old-style grass or straw. j i i 7:30 p. m.Saturday. ...;, .
The end is not yet irf sight. Growers not' only need as 'I Junior Recreation.. I f t I .J4 .v. .: :- /I
.4 r
sistance in cultivation practices-they also need assistance 4p. m. I I

in better marketing: practices after the berries are grown. i j Sunday Sunday School 9:45': '!

Bradford County still has a long way to go l before our '|fa. nL Morning Worship. 11 a. m., .
berry acreage builds up to the one-time .total of straw'I''I'I"You Be The Judge."JuniorChoir, ,i

a thousand acres But that is where it should be", and CAN i Sermon|I i5 p. m.:Evening"Holy Catholic Vespers Church.G p. m."1 L1 tr.a : uhf & L1G COMPANY

be with continued cooperative effort. ,'(S r ; i ....{it t -f1ElO1M dtJRC I1011DA' .. I
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rYYYTTTYYYYYTYTTYTYrrYTI'VTTYTTTYTTYTYYYYYTTTYTNEWS citizens is needed if this projectis tion of all members.-A. R. Jenkins ""YY'y" ,.,., Lester Hardee Sr. of Jacksonville date set for the sewing workshop delved February after 17, 1961.1! Noon The on Commission Frid-.v:

OF INTEREST' TO COLORED to be successful. Don't forget, reporter. visited Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Big- which will be held at the homeof reserves the right to reject any or

a box of groceries valued at $25 Fiesta Club BROOKER ham., Jr. and family Sunday. Mrs. Dave ,Green Tuesday all If bids.any additional Information a-

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY will be given away at the, next The regular meeting will beheld Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey morning- '. Feb." 14, at, 9 o'clock.' All. hout this property desired, o>- if a.

meeting Wed. March 1. Who will on Feb. 25 with Mr. and Mrs. By Shirley Green visited Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukesin members interested in the workshop visit,to please and contact inspection: Lyle of C it is E'rog-desired -

By Ozora ShellAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAALAA&4LAAAAAAAAA be the holder of the lucky slip. Eugene Blye in charge of refresh Lake Butler Sunday: afternoon.Mrs. are invited to attend. At the don Radio & Electronics Servu-e! ,

LAAAAALj4AAAAAA Contact your nearest PTA member ments. We regret the accident 'of ffjAf- -- -.,_AAAfAAAAAA. .. AAAAAAJ" Evan ,Hodges visited Mr. close of the meeting refreshments Gainesville t03 Southeast, Florida Second Telephone Street: KR,

for these slips and further in- one of our members. John Cum- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards and and Mrs. Cecil Davis in Columbus, !were served by Mrs. T. W. Markey 6-5138; or W. J. Kessler, 38S7Vsi
; formation. A special program is mings. He can be reached for further daughters of Gainesvilllc were Ga. several days last week. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas. Gainesville University, Florida Avenue Telephone, Extension: FR

being planned for the next meet- expressions at the Bradford weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs., Mrs. Louise Coggin and Miss I\VIT\TIOX TO HID -317. '

ing. County, Hospital. -...P. Cummings, Evan Hodges.Logan J 1 Iris Brown visited their mother The Florida :'Educational TeleVIsion James Etheridge; Jr.
J I Commission, 112 Knott Building Executive Secretary
Basketball HighlightsThe reporter. Sullivan of Toledo Ohio I i Mrs. H. O. Brown, Saturday after- Tallahassee, Florida herewith %-2 !t 2 9
RJE Tigers and Tigeretteshave Honor, Roll-BJE. invites annual and three-year pre-
and Sullivan of Atlanta
a total record for the seasonso Approximately 100 students Ga. 'visited and I noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry were mium rate quotations on provisionof
their Insurance
brother on an All Risk Basis NEED HELP
far as follows: 9 wins and 3 made the honor roll for the first family the Sunday guests of Mr. and for coverage on the below-listed; I
7 Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sullivan -
losses. On Triday. Feb. 10, 7:30. ;semester 1960-61 s'chool term. Ai! Mrs. Willie Beach in High property located at Trail Kidge,
I' recently.Mr. Xurth Gate Humphrey: Gold Corp., WITH YOUR 1960
p .m. in Starke they will meet the : list by grades: will be jeteaspdnxt and Mrs. Harry Edwards of i Springs.. 6 mies: East! of Starke, Florida,
undefeated teams of Brooker T. : ;: vrr-k. We '1' Mrs. John Lewis of Graham which property is enclosed in a \
a:e s' :5vin5. J r INCOME TAX
;Ttt, :::1'
: u. n 1 wrc. weekend guests ohain-link fence with padlock on
Washington D nellon. Coaches: qu.ii.: ::" e ICM; :':; Lll': ui! a. :.11\ I I Mrs. Fronnie demons Mrs. Hazel single gate:

Harvey Simmons and Shell are t tc.v:.i ij.: \;_ ho.. "' ..i. h.lvjI: :!' "- T MFiords.:,, .inl. Thomas and Miss Odessa Thomas a. 250-foot guyed microwave RETURN ? ? ?
I.- :; -l! r 'i"?" : childrenLi4.a ,'; tower and all antennae, reflectors,
1 optimistic and consider this a fi1'! ,i jb: :;; a_..14{ ..It. o.. ..J jir. all of Starke, visited Mr. and transmission line and all other
: 4 ; ; i S' ani! and: Mrs.
..- 4 1.. _." deciding game on the championship : semester.Teachers. >, Mrs.. Pitt :Baxter Sunday after- equipment mounted thereon; SEE NEIL TUCKER
.. l h. Concrete Mock building I! feet
Miss RJE possibilities for Class "B" Meet :'" :..,..J. L./S TO.A i.3se.h5r.; j and roof, located at base of tower;
1st Attendant
2nd < !
tournament which will be held in All members o! ths Biaa"vord" : -C. J3, Samuels, reporter.I noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Edd Polk and sons by 12 feet with concrete slab flooring Public Bookkeeper

Coronation Set I I', -,----_ '..-..,.- I Belleview-Santos on Friday and
The coronation of "Miss RJE" ;,92 }"' .>"o "<_" ':.'_. ..* ""f.--..\"*,"<."., Sat., Feb. 24-25. Principal Mat-at RJE on Friday. The devotion 1 neZ L. A. Sampson pastor, will l\Irs: Perry OSteen in ewberry. TOTAL VALUE of tower, build- I
t"z ing and equipment: $48,000. Ph.
i > 't -1> WO 4-9854 WO 4.2545
will be held on Wed., Feb. 15 at I I. ,;;: '. '- ; .\ >/ -, thew Hart has ben named Director was led by Chaplain Jessie MOQre, J hold regular services on Sunday. J. E. Townsend visited Mrs. c. All Motorola microwave receiv- ,

6:30: p. m. All patrons and friends i,} ,. > ..,:.G'., -4".':' 1': I,, for the tournament. Former Jr. President Joseph Greene In-: Chairman Eddie Thompkins is ,! Lola Townsend: and Mrs. Bonnie Xo bids will he considered if re-

are asked to arrive .by or before i". :;); ,"1; ', students players and friends of structed all committees to hold -I asking all leaders to contact ; Mansfield in Wauchula over the I

this time. Buses will start runs I I' "{ I the RJE teams are cordially invited 15 min. meeting to crystalie re-j members that cannot be present I Ii Iso weekend. ,

around 5:30: ; game will begin at if t f'f to drive over to Starke and ports. Delegates for the Miami ;.i that a full l report will be made I Donald and Ronald Register QS

7:30.: This will be a historic night. I -f. .,-,,:"<:-1I cheer them to victory. It's time convention, be Mrs. S. C. Price by all. Junior church and choir :I St. Petersburg visited their mother <; I

so come out and be an "e 'e wit- I iIt tt \ I for another championship group of Thurston and J. D. qreerie.RJE. will assist in services".throughout j Mrs. J. H- Sullivan Sunday. "OUT ON A ,

ness to history'. For the first timein I in Bradford Count The winners We are entitled. to five re the day that will begin with Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hodges and

the history of the school Miss and runner-ups will be sent to presentatives. Any three volun- School at 10 a. m. Fannie Mrs. Carl Edwards and daughters I .*. LIMB" DUE

RJE has been chosen by popular If, Port St. Joe for the 'Class "B" teers will have to go at their own Bell Frazier in charge. The. of Gainesville visited Mrs. Lizzie .

votes. Miss Mary Bell Tyson a I state tournament in March. expenses. Supervisor Shell will attend Southern Echoes noted sinsing Green in Palatka Friday after- ,1 TO DEBTS?

member of the 11th grade. will be t: ; Convention DelegatesAt as a member of the executive group from Tampa, will appear I noon.

.crowned queen of RJE. She is the f: :' the regular meeting of the board since she is Secretary of on the fourth Sunday at 8:30: p.1 Charles-B. :Kelley, GM2 stationed / '
oldest daughter of Albert and ,. Bradford County Teachers Associ- Research for the Florida State m. in RJE cafetorium under spon- at Mayportr was home for the Lack of cash can be a

.Mariam Tyson of Waterqak com I','. 4'f"f'>.. < ..,.,' ation delegates were selected for Teachers Association. A delicious sorship of Allen Chapel Church.E. .- weekend with his mother, Mrs. I : \ problems. But is needn't

munity. She! completed l her first J!",- <\;....... 4 the Florida State Teacher. Asso- repast was served by Mrs. S. C. J. Givens, reporter. Doris Kelley and faII1 yIe is 1 -- i: i be, if you come to us.

six years of school in. that same I ciation to be held in Miami dur- !. Price hostess and teacher In New Mt. Pisgah will conduct assigned to the Destroyer WilliamR. ( :' Leans extended with a

community and ;transferred to ing the early spring. President Lincoln City. I grand opening Sunday School 1 Rush which leaves Thursday .. minimum of red tape

RJE for 7th grade study."She was Completes AF Basic Joseph D. Green arid Mrs. S.? C. C1TJtcII NEWS II I featuring church schools and i for a cruise in the editerranean. for reasonable

honored by her class that same Airman Clifford Hudson son of I Price were named officially. Other New Hope Baptist Church, Rev.L. groups from all over the county.I Mrs. T. W. MarkeyMrs.. W. T. any pur-

year and was chosen to be candi- !!'I of Mr. and Mrs. C. Hudson of I representatives will include Mrs. W. Mosley pastor, held regular and surrounding areas at 9:30: a. I Blair Mrs. J. K. Douglas, Mrs. pose. Easy terms.

date for junior hjglj.hpnprs}! and Starke, has completed, his initial I Ozora R. Shell supervisor_ in Instruction services all day Sunday starting m. Feb. 19. Mrs. Anna C. Wright I Rosa Pinholster and Mrs. Dave

won under the dynamic : course of Air Force basic military who is Director of Re- with Sunday School at 10 a. m., will serve- as general supt. and I.Green attended the Home Demonstration -
i training at Lackland Air Force search for the Florida State John will be assisted all visiting Council in Law-
ship of' Mrs. L. 'M. Jo sponsor-I)I Supt. Diggs Sr. in charge. ably by meeting
year- her campaisn'.mabagers, were {I I I Base. He has be selected to .attend Teachers Association! completingthe During the morning worship the i supts. Mary Helen White tey last week. .

Elaine Pinion and Marry McBride. I I j I the technical training course interim term of Dr. Evelyn 'Carnation Club was a featured Soph. at Edward Waters College, Mrs. E. Kieinman, Mrs. Mattie

The atten nt.e, vil be. Glory i(!for Supply Specialist at Amarillo W. Sharpe, now minister of education guest. After the sermon, by the 'will serve as general secretary j Barry Mrs. T. W. Markey, Mrs. LOANS TO $600 I

Edith cum nings'& ij,-Cote Houston -:j'|I'AFB Texas. Airman Hudson is a in Iran. pastor the club members were assisted by all visiting secretaries.All I:1 Lottie Edwards, and Mrs. Iva Dou-

members of. the 10th and graduate of RJE High School. American Legion Activities presented by President Brooks.'A superintendents are_ asked to 'I'' glas, members of the Brooker '

12th grades respectively. I'I Citizens Committee The Constitutional Conferenceof liberal donation was given to the bring as much literature as pos- Garden Club attended the dedication TOWNFINANCE

II I i I The Citizens Committee for the the Fourth Division of the church by the club; music by the sible. This is expected to 'be the I of the Florida Federation
Mrs. S. D '
chairman .\Vjiiiams general I'|Betterment of Youth will meet on Eleventh District of American junior choir. G. Solomon re- largest turnout to Sunday School Headquarters Building in Winter -
for coronation program'has
Monday, Feb. 12, 8 p. m. at RJE Legion will be held at RJE School} porter.Mt. in the history of Bradford Coun Park last Thursday. I CO.
committees to the
',School. Chairman Eddie Thomp- Sunday, Feb. 19, opening sessionat Moriah Methodist Church. ty. Mrs. Elnora Cannon is in ;, Club News
maximum 'the
in andjejpect same kins asks all regular and honorary 10:30: a. m. Music will be fur- Rev. L. H. McLendon pastor, held charge of all local arrangements.Mrs. I The regular monthly meetingof I
production. The ,
theme of the _
'members' to attend as there are nished by C. C. Anderson Junior their first quarterly conference on Grimmage is working with the Brooker Home Demonstration 144 W. Call St. -
proi'& >4 is "Great 1 1Day" I,I several special proposals to be High Chorus under the direction! the fifth Sunday with District the out-of town portion? of the Club was held last Wednes- II
which 'dep ts' the
African progressof made at this meeting. of Mrs. Z. P. Jennings. This group Supt. E. M. Hurley in charge. All program., Bishop. S. L. Greene will'day afternoon at Community Ph. WO 4.9091t '
our group from Slavery '
to 'American bondage then March Of Dimes ,was presented at the Stephen commissions presented through) conduct the dedication services. Cent-er. Plans were made and a I,

; Two special efforts were held Foster Memorial Concert last reports. The trustees conducted -- .
from freedom to stardom
on I I at RJE for the new March of spring in the annual celebration.The their monthly worship service on
Broadway. Significant
Dines. Any persons wishing to welcome will be extended by Feb. 4 with Rev. Essie Holland In
dances wilt'eomple the E"ntertainment make additional contributionsmay Mrs. Alma R. Jenkins; solo Mrs. charge. Official board and Trustee

court. You'will for the be queen' shown and her the do so by contacting Principal Bertis Robinson; reading Mrs. W. meeting was held Wed. On Sunday t AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I

Thompkins. January is the month Biitt. Citation for 100 per cent regular services will be held
choices of,today's youtty well
as as
for the drive and fight against :membership before the deadline with Church School at 10 a. m.
: thenchallenges.. All in'!
4 persons polio; February is "Heart Fund" :will be presented at this meeting ,
}with Supt. Robert Dell in charge; ------- -
Starke and I
invited to attend.Braird If County you krio'wj are ,month; March is time ,to giva to. Th e f.Wi fr the- oratorical He 'is asking all persons with, $ar 'AUT0 GLASS I AUTO TRIM OFFICE MACHINES\
American Red Cross; April is i Contest will also "be held at this l to come to the church at 8:30: a. 1- FOOTWEARMITCHELL'S I ,
nothing about Negro life and his-
tory now is the chance for i Cancer donation month. A year meeting. The winner will competein m. Sun., Feb. 19, to go to New Mt. Mauldin's, Auto. Glass Baker Auto Trim Hancock Typewriter
you I II(I I round educational program has the state contest at Bethune- ]Pisgah Church for the grand COMPLETE STOCK CURVED
to get a brief.account. The music'I been set up by all these organized Cookman College. The host groupsare opening of Sunday School and GLASS CUSTOM: INTERIOR TREK "Famfly Footwear Specialist" Exchange
i include the old traditional
charity groups. On March 1 Mrs. Post 314 and Auxiliary headed the dedication services which will Windshield & Door Glass Jarman Shoes for Men Smith-Corona Typewriters
spirituals as well as folk songs I, :McKnight and a group of local by Commander and Mrs. Julius be conducted later on in the day Replaced In Any Make Floor Headliners Arm Rests Jarman Jr. for Boys Clary Business Machines
blues and other modern numbers.A MatsUpholstering -
medical persons will show a film, Ro :a1. -L. M. Royal reporting. by Bishop S. L. Greene. Our Sun- Car Or Truck Rhythm Step, Vitality for Ladies Repair Any Make Machine
double header! will be played by I at RJE as a part of the educational Lincoln-Douglas BanquetOn day Worship schedule is as follows We Handle Saftey Glass i Lowest Prices Orthopedic Shoes for InfantsOn FR 6-5551

t "the Tigers and Tigerettes. The'I program about cancer. A Sat., Feb. 25, from 8 to, 9 : U a. m. and 6:30: p. m. FR 6-2558 FR 2-3226 The Square Gainesville, Fla.. 431 N. Main\ Gainesville
girjs and boys of Hastings led definite time for this free movie full dinner will be Gainesville 1021 E. University Ave. Gainesville I
( p. m. a. course Choir No. I will have rehearsal at 1314 S. Main 4 ,
by Coach A. Hinson, will be pre- I
i|will be given in a later issue. served in the RJE cafetorium. A 7:30 p. in. Friday night. President I GARDEN SUPPLIES. I
sent to complete your evening of 1 I School Health Film '" special program has been plan- Mary Ella Coleman asks all members -! AUTO SALES & SERVICE !, COMMERCIAL I Beckum's OpticiansLindsey
thrills and excitement. There will REFRIGERATION I
Shqwn At PTA ned for the banquet that will include to attend.-Vera C. Coleman. I Johnson & Paris, Inc.
be charge of admission to the I'
L. Beckum
R. O.
The PTA of RJE was hell last selections from MesdamesF. reporter; Kiel Hunter,. reporting. IMPERIAL CHRYSLER : Refrigeration Complete Line of
coronation Come one, Lenses
program. Wednesday with President Levy S. Pierce and O. W- George Jehovah's Witnesses of the PLYMOUTH VALIANT SEEDS-PLANTS.-- Duplicated-Quick Repairs
come all.-Staff reporter.t' I Lennon in charge. A film on and several talented students. S'tarke congregation. attended a Authorized SalesPartsService Service Co. FERTILIZImSInsectlddesPt't Artificial Eyes-Prescriptions

I School Health was shown by Mr.: From approxmately 9:30: p m. to Circuit 29 meeting in Waycross HawesPowersMotor r Sidney Leopold Owner Supplies! I 22 Filled Promptly
I University FR 6-3516
I Jack Trawick Sanitation Specialist 1 a. m. a band will furnish good ,, Ga. last weekend. More than 500 Commercial RefrigerationAir 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'

tot os !, for Bradford County Hearth: music and we will dance that delegates were present for the Co. I. Conditioning 224 N. W. 8th Ave. FR 2-0476 Gainesville, Fla.

Department. "Project 61" has been crippled children might walk. The Sunday afternoon climax of the FR 2-2561 I Frigidaire Ice :Makers Gainesville, Fla. PHOTOGRAPHY, .

o launched by this group in an effort -* combined activities are also for conference when H. L. Brissett 204 N. Main Gainesville I Sold And Serviced Anytime -

to improve the health and the benefit of the building fund delivered the keynote address .on Used Cars 312 N. Main, I Gainesville FR 2-8392 LADIES WEAR Roy N. Green, Inc.

666 'sanitation of the schools and of Post 314, Commander Julius "Is God Interested in The Affairsof FR 6-34001 Heights FR 6-7700 Direct: Color Portraits for Gifts

:tale communities in BradfordCourtfy.. Royal president, and Auxiliary Man?" The Starke delegates I I LINCOLN MERCURY I CONCRETE.PRODUCTS Cherry's Commercial Portraits

A united-- effort on the part. of allSATURDAYMORNING 314 Mrs. L. M. Royal president. i have returned to put into practice COMETmTRENAULTAuthorized Gainesville's Most Fashionable Photography

All persons in Bradford and nearby : daily the spiritual things they Sales-Service -Parts I INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Address For" Ladies Complete Camera Supplies

counties are invited to attend. : learned at the convention.New Trained MechanicsGood CONCRETE PRODUCTS DRESSES SUITS COATS 1118 W University FR 2-4656

A small donation will be asked atthe Bethel Baptist Church Used Cars ARE THE BEST FROM ACCESSORIES Gainesville, Fla.

door. Reservations may *be Rev. A. B. Vinson pastor will hold Edwards 105 W. University Gainesville
Motors Building
1 made in advance by calling; WO : regular pastoral services all day Barkley POWER SAWS
FEB. 1 0:00 ,
48373Benefit Eccleston-Calla-I starting with Sunday School at 615 N. Main Gainesville. Supply, Inc. MEN' WEARSilverman's M c C U L L O C II
FRE' han Cripple Children's home.- 9:45 a. m., Supt. Milton Ellerspn I 726 S. Main '- FR 2-4844
11th Iii A. M. B. & G. Motor Co. Inc. CHAIN SAWS
) j 1 Staff reporter. in charge. A meeting with all preschool Gainesville, Fla. NEW-USED SALES-SERVICE

Earns Degree mothers will be called by IIILLMAN '
Mrs. Irene Golden Jelson was the teacher. Mrs., Pauline Marshall OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC DOORS.VINDOWS Florida Saw Co.

recently awarded the Master of..I very soon. This meeting will "THE MAN'S STORE" FR 6-3411

S.HOW' Science in Education degree at :I be necessary to decide what toys Authorized Sales-Service-Parts I. Florida JalousiesOF Clothing: Haberdashery 2538 N. E. 19th Dr. -Gainesville

Florida A&M University. She is I I games, and play equipment will FR 6-7515 GAINESVILLE, INC. ShoesSportswear
I 115 Second Gainesville SEWING MACHINES
S. W.
a teacher of Special Education at I be purchased from the contest WINDOWS DOORS Formal Wear Rentals

; 'WILL'BE RJE a native, of nearby Ocala i;' money. Total raised, '69.05 P. VOLKSWAGEN ALUMINUM-- .AWNINGS. J 208 W. University, Gainesville Singer Sewing

'" and Marion Co. She has done effective Marshall reporter. Sales -Service: Parts Palm Beach wn1ng Windows FR 6-3502
teaching in Bradford Church of God in Christ, Elder AU Meet A.W.M.A. SpecificationsWrite Machine CenterUsed

Meet The Mon tcr" County for the past 9 years. She D. R. Williams pastor will conduct I. MillerBrownMotors Or Call For EstimatesFR MOVER Singer Sewing Machines

"Bowery. Boys says it's nice to be in Rank n Women's Day all day starting Inc.FR'23532 2,8215. Many One Of A Kind

and plans to 'work toward accomplishments with Sunday.School a.tJ.O a.' 1817 Hawthorne Rd.. Gainesville Starting At $9.95

AT THE 'for' Rank I. m. Dea. T. Hall Supt. Mother 1030 E. University Ave. Gainesville ELECTRIC MOTORS Gainesville FR 6-6310
Home On Leave Pringle will have charge of the 216 W. University Gainesville
Airman 2cj Maxie Rogers of morning service and Mother Hall
'flORIDA THEATRE Starke and Airman Ic Leozie Pel.Iry will have charge of evening ser Montgomery Pontiac, i Electric" Motor... AND LONG DISTANCE
of Hampton have been home, vice. The Young people's Willing Inc. Repair Go. .

for the' pas\ two weeks.Both are Workers will meet at 6 p. m. with OF GAINESVILLE, INC. Storage And ,Crating Bob's Shoe StoreShoes

:tThese- .FREE\ Shows Are Sponsored By, recent graduates of RJE and are Sis. M. Hamilton in charge. Please PONTIAC -CMC TRUCKSB. COMPLETE ELECTRIC MOTOR Gainesville FR, 6.5234 'for The Entire: Family

enjoying successful tenure in the observe the following worship 1\L\ C. SPORTS CARS SALES AND SERVICE FORTUNE FOB MEN

The" Following' Merchants: Air Force. They returned to Mo- schedule: Tues. night BibleBand Authorized SalesPartsService Genuine Wagner Electric Products i CHARM SET FOE WOMEN

'\ Andreus ami this week but expect to be ;, Thurs.. Missionary Band; FR 2-2585 FR 2-8318: JIUSIC'I ENDWELL FOR CHILDREN
Terwiltear Motors
; transferred somewhere In Michigan Fri., Prayer Band. All membersand 220N. W. 8thAve., Oatnesville : 1030 S. MaIn Gainesville Bags Accessories
206 w. MadfcottVVO : Shopping Center"WO I Millenary -:-
during the month. Perry community friends are invited -
The Music Center 21 W. University Gainesville
.4S8' 4- .nl '
11'' ., .' "'; \: .-.e1ixl'.Drutore plans to bring his wife and four j to attend: Elder D. R. Williams ,Crane Motor f'Co. EQUIPMENT... PIANOS-ORGANS 1
'!- Local Finance Company children to Hampton whi1e he is : was weekend guest or Dea. L'RK--\ \-
Rush Tractor Co.
'161 ': IJ} t. 116 N. Walnut. Sh tWO on this tour of duty because of thevery |and Mother T. Hall and reported ENGLISH FORD
\VQ 44tqt:! '\ 4-0101 or 4-0111 cold weather in Michigan.: |a delightful v sit. Sunday the t Authorized Sales & Service NEW HOLLANDAWS Music Accessories

't_ "ag : \, Maxie Rogers is the younger son spirit was high all day, There will I 3.Wces"j Ch1ALMERMAsSEYFERGUSON,
f\muar r 1t re .Co, North Florida: upp1y. j "Complete Service, for All "You Can't Beat our Terms" This Area's .Most Complete Lineof
/434 'V1"'cIi m:, ,., :234: :Ju, Temple A\e. of "Our Mrs. Brooks. I be a .contest" between? Brenda ; 506 E. University Ave. FR 24251Gainesville Farm Equipment And Tractors 1025 W. University Gainesville Sporting Goods at .
Carnation Club !Robinson and Leon? Jenkins, both T-
(nd4.u2t :: '. ,' \0US -, ,. .4 ,
: :. The Carnation, Social Saving!are two ,years old. All members I FR6-4385' Jimmie Hughes Inc.
1- Gainesville 'SUPPUESLillian's
at asked to help AUTOMATIC Archer fl4.
',Starke Builders Supplies, Inc. Underhill Prhe-In, Restaurant Cub held its regular meeting i are each of these
the Reno Theatre with PresidentW. children the Fourth TRANSMISSIONS 1115 W. University Gainesville
215_ \Vashlngton St. 867 X. Temple Ave. by Sunday, FLOOR AND TILE -
WO 4-4201 WO 4-1531 Brooks in charge.A report was! at.whlch{ time' the contest "will I i Music Store

.' s.-". w I made on the attendance to NewHope I t close. On Sat. special dinners "will t AUTOMATIC TRAXSmSSIOXSARE \\COXTRACO "Gainesville Leader" SInee 193 YARNS-TOYS'

Jimmy, Sloore's Sun Sports Fred's Marine Crater Church as well as the financial -be I! on sale at the church. The OUR BUSINESS Bobby L. Bryan KBAKAVER 'WINTEE-CABLp .

243 W. :Madison! St. 884 X. Temple A\e. contribution. The president I meats will'be chicken and chitterlings Service & Repairs-Work TERRAZZO CERAMIC PIANOS .T- PL-\. ORGBA."S Jack"and JillA

%'Q'4-59I ", ,'-. WO .ssel ... commended the group for the I ; dessert potato pie.( You Guaranteed .ASPHALT -- PLASTIC TILE CHORD ORGANS. $159-4375. Complete Line of
'r" fine cooperation received on their: may call WO 9-2265 and place :
4 I, I Lamar, Pearson 'HARDWOOD FLOORING Guitars Drums Sheet Music Tarns Needlework NotionsToysGamesDoIlshlobbtes
\ Williams JewelryfliW Ace Electric St'nk'e' first tour to community churches.5.'your' advanced orders. AU'of these Floor Sanding '& Ffni 1ng' Budgets !try t1Q1LS
fin ..,St. '2 IS: K,' Call pr-St, Mrs. Sarah Prince hostess served I efforts are torj jbfg&tjgfibe AT TUBBY'S 66 SERVICE. PR 6-6762 FR 6-4445) FR -593
"'" -
M "
; :W Mill l. n $
.WO1-1921" d. a delicious repast. The president I'! pro""Tam."Co -Of1t find I 505 d N. 'W. 13th St. Gainesville 1929 N. E. 27th Gainesville 112 5.; E. First Gainesville, 1625 W. University GaJneml1eI I

-.rp-: --- ,__ -_ 1ri g; r.. continued.. coopera-- help us ,and. we In turn will help>>

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f confines of said aforedescrlbed curement. shall be returned ta the
.Mrs.. Effie Johns and Mrs.. Os- At The Tabernacle lands. Architect prior to or at the timeof

... car Carter visited A. C..Carter in Dated this 7th day of February, bid opening. .
." %r&H'MJ&mw; : A. D., 1961.OFFICIAL. A Certified or Cashier's check, or
Wed- Crews of Clearwater
R. ,
St. Vincent's Hospital on Rev.
X executed In a
II 'J" ( SEAL) bid bond, properly ;
nesday. Mr. Carter was confined t' where he is studying for his doc- Board Of County CommissionersOf sum not lew tnan.5 per cent of basebid
Bradford County, Florida, payable ta the Board of Public
there with a broken hip. ,z tor's degree, brought the morning each
By (S) Carl Prevail Instruction must accompany
.Mr. and :Mrs. Butch Smith of : message at the Gospel Tabernaclelast Clerk of said Board. proposal..* a guaranty that the
':' Gainesville are moving into the I Sunday.. His topic, based onFirst It bidder will promptly enter Into a-
greement to do the work and furn-
J"1t JltllW!it Vining cottage on W. Madison 9 Peter 4: 1-6, was used 'to illustrate XOTICE TO BIDDERS ish a performance bond in the sum
street this week. Mr. Smith will the spiritual need in life. The Board of Public Instructionof not less than 100 per cent of the

." .,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.' ._..,-,.,_._,_...----- be connected with the Starke N At the evening hour an open receive Bradford Sealed County Bids ,in Florida the ,BoardRoom will contract.mitted must Each be proposal clearly marked when sub-on
Laundry. forum on Old Testament charac- of the said Board, County the cover with the Bidder's Name
*' Mr. and :Mrs. Alan Jones have Those from Starke receiving Miss Betty Jean Schmitt has Y. ters was conducted by the Sponsor. Courthouse, Starke, Florida for fur- and the name of the school.to reject The

recently moved here from Lake' degrees at the recent ,commence- entered Massey Business Collegein nishing construct of all: labor and materialsto any Board or reserve all bids,the and right to waive any

ment exercises at the Universityof Jacksonville.Mrs. .Educational Facilities to two informalities.The .
land. Mr. Jones will be engagedin Fredrick NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF schools, Starke, Florida. Board Of Public Instruction
Florida were: Lacy 'Louise Douglas Atlanta, FloridaBy
the forestry of Ray- RESOLUTION OF BOARD OF All bids for the project will be received Of Bradford County
program Conway, Bachelor of Science in Jack- Harmon P. Morgan
Ga., Dr. Samuel Renfroe of 9 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS until 2 o'clock p. m. March
noier, Inc., with :whom he is as- Business Administration Pearson UNUSED 2, 1961 and then publicly openedand Superintendent Of Public Inst.
; sonville, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Ren CLOSING PART OF AX !-, Jt :.!3
tociated. COUNTY ROAD AND DISCLAIMING read in the Board Room, Coun
Bachelor of Indus-
Edward Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie -
froe and
Courthouse, Starke
Rev. D. O. Alderman of Tallahassee trial Engineering; and Jake Theodore Cowen of Starke, attended the t THE PUBLIC IX AXD TO THE Plans, specifications, and General la County "11"1e'. Court. I* .And
was :Monday evening din- 4 5 THE Conditions Instruction to Bidders, For Bradford County, Floclda.In
i Gruis, Master of Science in
brother, de-
funeral of Mr. Renfroe's THEREOFTO and form of proposal may be ob- re: Estate of E. F. Miles
ner guest of Rev. and Mrs. L.. A. I CONFINES
Agriculture.Mr. C. E. Renfroe, in Tarpon Springs WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: tained from Mr. A. Robert Broad- ceased.NOTICE
..Hebert and :Mrs. George Powell of Notice is hereby given that on foot Jr. Architect, 5557 Arlington TO CREDITORSAll
Tuesday afternoon. ,< # 7th 1961 in accordancewith Road, Jacksonville Florida, and all creditors of the estate of E.
Mrs. Frazier Shaw visited Mr. February ,
M' Newton, N. C. are visiting Mrs. Miss Linda Smith has accepteda < Sections 336.09 through 336.12, bids must be made in accordancetherewith. F. 'Miles deceased are hereby notified
and Mrs. Ovid Bennett and fami- and required to file any claimsor
J. H. Fields for ten days iwith Hartford Insurance Florida Statutes the Board of Coun-
position have against -
Jacksonville the week- Commissioners of Bradford Coun- Two sets of specifications and demands which they
in over ty
Lijy} Rev. H. O. Boyette is attendinga Co. in Orlando. She is residing at ty, Florida, adopted a Resolution drawings may be obtained by any said estate in the office of
..end.Mike camp meeting this week in 237 E. Marks street, Orlando. closingvacating and abandoningthat General Contractor making a 25.00 the county Judge of Bradford County -
( Fogg is In Bradford County Avon Park. w porUoV of a certain unused deposit per set at the office of the Florida In the courthouse at
'' Mr. and Mrs. Comer Perryman County Road described as follows: Architect, which deposit will be re- Starke. Florida within eight calendar -
., Hospital for observation.Mr. :Mrs. W. E. Middleton and :Miss of Jacksonville and Mrs. J. B. A strip of land fifty (50) feet. funded to General Contractors sub- months from the date of Each the
and Mrs. Spencer Crawford I mitting bores fide bids when draw- first publication of this notice.
wide lying in the North half (NH)
Madge (were visitingMrs
." Va. were be In writingand
Francisco of Danville, of ings and specifications are returned claim or demand must
of Northwest quarter (NWU)
of were residence -
.s E. L. Middleton in Melbourne Saturday visitors of Judge and .' I: Northeast quarter (NE%), of Sec- in good condition. Additional must state the place or of the
guests of Mr. and Mrs.. Mike Gil- tion complete sets of specifications may and post office address
from Friday.to Sunday. 15, Township 7 South Range
E. K. by
Mrs. Perryman. must be sworn
22 East, Bradford County, Florida be obtained by contractors and ma- claimant and
hooly. Mrs. M. W. Lance has moved M/Sgt.. R. 'W. Reese, daughter, and being more particularly described terial dealers making a '5.00 deposit the claimant, his agent, or his attorney
back into her home in Saratoga ) as follows: per set at the office of the or it will become void according -
Goldsboro .
and Joe of
Jean son, .
!-' : _.. ,.. .. .__ ; Commence at the Southwest corner Architect, which deposit will be refunded to law.S
n after in Fernan-
Heights residing
: N. C. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. of said Northwest quarter (NWU) when the specifications are ( ) Sue B. Miles
dina Beach. Her daughter, Mrs. Don and Mrs. Adam Green rf : .. of Northeast quarter (NEU) and returned In good condition. Ad- SUE B. MILES, Administratrixof
Page .. be procuredupon the Estate of E. F. Miles,
Billy Burbank, Jr. and four sons and from Tuesday to ,' run thence North one (1) degree ditional of the may cost of ceased.
family p, .,( / East along the Westerly boundary payment repro-
Florida of Fernandina were visiting her Thursday while here on business. thereof a distance of seven hundred duction, which will not be refund- First publication on February t,
J'> i.JI' able. All drawings and specifications 1961'
twenty-seven (727) feet to a point
on Sunday. Planning to attend the 'beauty # c,., )i- run thence East a distance of seven regardless of method of pro- %.9 It 3-2

.Hallmark. Valentines .now on show at the Robert Meyer Hotelin .{ hundred ninety-three and six tenths

display- at Buumgion's Studio- -- and- Jacksonville on Monday are Betty Ann Lewis Chosen run(793.6)thence feet to South point one'V' (1)beginning degree; I "We eliminate the middleman's profit"

Gift Shop. :Mrs. Elizabeth Seymour, Mrs. West and parallel to aforesaid
sI Theatre Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Dawkins Westerly boundary a distance of
j Sarah Lawson, Mrs. Mattie Jane
Sr. and John Hurst of Jackson "Miss Printer's Devil"' Of Jax 268.5 feet to a point; run thence One Quart
Morgan and Mrs. Irma Pollard. East a distance of fifty (50) feet With Each
ville were Saturday visitors of Mr and Mrs. Sam Johnston, to a point; run thence North one (1) I F R E E i
degree East and parallel to aforesaid Gallon .
or One
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman. Mrs. Jennie Thornquest, Mrs. Ger- Miss Betty Ann Lewis, daughter her with a: silver loving cup and a Westerly boundary a distanceof TOO buy.

SAT. 1EB.11 T. N. Smith of Tennell, Ga. was trude Garland, and Mrs. L. P. of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. $25 Savings Bond at the Printing two hundred sixty-eight and five

Double Feature Program visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Dun 'Wallace, all of Jacksonville, were Lewis of Starke, was chosen ".MissPrinter's Week banquet and dance. She tenths thence West 268.5 fifty feet((50)to a feet point to Pointof : run Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.98 Gal

r can over the weekend.Mr. Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. Devil" of Jacksonville as was also on hand to witness the Beginning, and
: and Mrs. Orie Wiggins andL. A strip of land fifty (50) feet
1st. FeatureI
and !Mrs. J. T. Quigley. a highlight of International signing of the Printing Week Proclamation wide lying in the North half (N%) PAINT STORE
I G. Hemmingway visited Frank Mrs. Thornquest will be glad to Printing Week, Jan. 15-21. of Northwest quarter (NW%) of MARY CARTER
nUHilHIMlii at the home of his by Mayor Haydon Northeast quarter (NE%) of Section
i I I I Hemmingway
rnFASTEST know that she is able to get Miss Lewis, an employe of Rose 15, Township 7 South, Range 22 501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 67588Thafs .
r daughter, :Mrs. Hal Alexander in around with the assistance of a Printing Co. in Jacksonville, is Bums and was afterward takenon East, Bradford' County, Florida, and -

: Jacksonville on Sunday. walker, after her accident a year shown above as. Master of Cere- a tour of Jacksonville's new being as follows more: particularly described
Patrolman and William
-- GUH TO monies Ed Koester Sr. presented city hail.Merrill. Commence at the Southwest corn
Quillin of Avon Park have rentedone ago.Mrs.( Mary Ray and Mrs. :Mar- er of said Northwest quarter (NW
: KINGDOM of the McKinney houses M) of Northeast quarter (NE%) Our Business
on Edwards of Va.
garet ,
and run thence North one (1) degree -
.COMEll! St. Clair street.Patrolman are visiting !Mrs. A. W. Redgraveand P. D. Fancher Sr. Johns 47 East along the Westerly If It's Glass We Havt IV'
.. and Mrs. boundary thereof a distance seven
.. family.Mr. hundred twenty-seven (727) feet to CALL WRITE or VISIT
YOUNGER of Washington street have and Mrs. J. .A Martinez Dies FridayPeter Passes Feb. 2 Point of Beginning; run thence Easta
moved Into one of the McK&ney and"family and Mrs. Rome And- distance of fire hundred forty
(540) feet to a point; run thence Co.
houses on St. Clair street rews of Mandarin visited Mr. and North one (1) degree East and par- Joe Peters rw1ass
.. c :Mrs. Jean Hazen of Gainesville Mrs. Joe Martinez on Sunday. Dennison Fancher Sr., 78, Merrill M. Johns, 47, of Green allel to aforesaid Westerly boundarya
.; M. GNEcol.o' the morning at his home Cove Springs,.died Thursday, Feb. distance of fifty (50) feet; run NEED
: O.r r"1;; spent weekend with Mrs. A. Rev. and Mrs. R. E. MacBlain died Friday I thence West five hundred forty I k11 FOR ANY GLASS
RM Ir. E. Starke after extended ill- 2, in the Veterans Hospital at feet to aforesaid Westerly
'. McKinney. were in North Florida from Tuesday in an (540) We Design Modem Store Fnmts
RANK IOVEJOY ,- >. Mrs. Edward Burns I ,Lake City, where he had been a boundary: run thence South one (1)
[ Mrs. William to Thursday of last week ness.Born degree West along said Westerly Just Mail Us A Pattern tot
-XJU1ULIEQ AKTtSTS fttuay'2nd. Scoggins and Miss Katie Lee where &1'. MacBlain attended the in Green Bay, Wis., April patient for 19 days. Born Jan. boundary a distance of fifty (50) Table Tape
Hicks are attending the regional annual Council of the Episcopal 28, 1882, he was the son of the 23, 1914, he was a veteran of feet to Point of Beginning.And ':
Feature library staff meeting in Gaines- Diocese of Florida meeting in late John and Jane Dennison World War II and had been a right renouncing of the county and disclaimingany and Publicin t313 N.W. 4th PL! Gainesville, Fla Phone FR. t1S63SPECIAL

ville. Fancher. He had made his homein merchant in Green Cove Springs.His and to the land lying within the
Panama City and Mrs. MacBlain __ _____ __ l
late Bolen -
the on
Jan Mundorff entered the sec- ,visited her son-in-law and dau6h- Starke since his retirement parents were

':1N v ond term at FSU this week. ter, :Mr. and Mrs. George Fortu- several years ago from the Florida and Ada Reddish Johns.
I :Mr. and Mrs. Glen Surviving are two daughters,
Stanley and nas in Apalachicola. State Prison, where he was Captain .
baby, :Mr. and Mrs. Hershel John- I Jennifer Johns Cason, and Sharon .
Gen. Elec Refrigerators. Fa- of the Guard for many years.
oberl son, and Mr. and :Mrs. Russell mous for dependability and low 'I He was a member of_the First Johns Cason; one son, Spencer NOTICE

i J Crosby of Jacksonville were Sun- operational cost. Long life. SALE.G. I Presbyterian Church of Starke. Johns Cason, all of Ponte Vedra; ..

(5' THATt day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. McGrilf, Dealer. Surviving are his wife Mrs. and two sisters, Mrs. Lettie Parker :

v' / PLAY. Or SCRUN'PLAY"J'.THE Floyd Crosby on Mrs. Crosby's (Mrs. A. G. Loudon and childrenare Nellis; jPloyd..Fancher( fl. '$ ;,' Jacksonville' ,s and. Mrs.- a Irma. S '.T. <'<

0'1 SMASH'lELANDHAYWARli birthday anniversary.' visiting her mother, Mrs. N. two sons, William E. Fancher, E1vflis'Miat1: : OWNERS
a .- f Ir-eMASHUJ.t : Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Parker of V/ Thames and family in Marion, Birmingham, Ala.; and P. D. Funeral services. were held at 3 : TO HOME

; Lv.To Cocoa were here for the weekend Ala from Sunday to, Thursday. Fancher Jr., Starke; and one p. m. Saturday in Jones Memorial .

\ ;-=- _Cuven so JO"'OII' to attend the funeral of his uncle Mrs. Dan Harris of Jackson I grandson. Chapel with Rev. Carl Clark

I VVIaneaCoioq.I Merrill Johns of Hampton on Sat- ville is visiting Mrs. W. B. Mun- I .Funeral services were held at 4 Homestead Ex-
pastor of the First Christian Homesteaders: For that have been. receiving
urday afternoon. Also attending dy this week. Mrs. Mundy, Mrs. m. Sunday In Jones Memorial
raNPkCAG1iE .. 'the funeral from out-of-town were I Harris and Mrs. J. B. Sapp were Chapel with Rev. Barry B. Van- Church of Hampton, officiating. emption in previous years and have not yet returned the application

Mr. 'and Mrs. J. C. Wynn, and in Gainesville Tuesday evening Burial 1 was in the family plot in
Deventer officiating. Burial was
.RCK( ,"..-8m'lPAlJolDt'lIUjOiT :Mrs Lettie Parker of Jackson- visiting :Mrs. Thelma Steele.M. in Crosby Lake Cemetery under Santa Fe Cemetery near Hampton which was mailed you on January 1st, please sign and re-

ti ) \1PdiII90ND'( PIE lit CABI1i ville, Mrs. Irma Alvin of :Miami, B. Jordan was on business I the direction of .DeWitt C.:Jones qer.the direction of DeWitt C. turn same on or before April 1st, this is the only way in which

and Miss Elizabeth Phillips of] trip to Fort Pierce and Orlando Jones Funeral Home.As .
Funeral Home. .. ,
Gainesville.Gen. from Monday to Wednesday.Paul you will be entitled to the exemption benefits.
lKRVYN 12Mt.mc ,
W Elec. TV. Most beautiful <
r a.wuwwrt r Knight of Miami is visit- ..
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picture and perfected long life ing relatives in Starke for several ;: the Homestead benefits
For the homeowners who are expecting
Cartoon. Robinson Gruesom, tubes. Buy the < best for less. : days.

SALE. G. McGriff, Dealer. Mrs. Anita Cason of Lake City- for the first time, are urged to bring your deed by the Tax As

Mrs. J. R. Wainwright under- visited-Mrs. D. E. Knight last Fri
.. SUN., MON., TUES. went surgery last Friday in Brad- sessor's Office. The requirements for new Homesteaders are:

FEB. 12, 13, & 14 ford County Hospital. day.Rev.. Leon Morgan, minister of
:Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Raulersonand the U. S. Presbyterian Church, Your deed must have been recorded on or before Jan-

son of Gainesville spent Sun College Corners, Ohio, and Mrs. %,$ .. uary 1st. '
": .f. t I. day with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly. Morgan are visiting Mrs. B. J. n WvAiwtyrr;

: ; Mr. and Mrs. Randal Chitty Bowden, who is Mrs. Morgan's You must have been a resident and living on the propertyas
\ ;Irfb and son spent Saturday 'and Sun- grandmother. They will !be here

.t day in Lakeland, Ga. with Mr. two weeks. of January 1st.

u at1he and Mrs. M. F. Chitty, and Mr. Mrs.Sharon Gaines, Mrs. Sylvia ,.

and Mrs. Chester Hadsock. Reddish, and Mrs. Orie Hut- ..., HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PERSONAL EFFECTS According to Sec-

e "Top of Mrs. Eustis McKnight .was in chins will attend the Brooks Beau- .J 4U tion 193.11, Florida Statutes 1941, which provides that Household Goods and Per-

.' Jacksonville last Thursday and ty show at the Robert Meyer Hotel ,., :. ,::"" ; sonal Effects be assessed, there is a .$1000. Exemption on this property as mentioned -
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..... Friday attending the Public in Jacksonville next t : to
? Sundayand ::::: :::::: '::W .j': S above we therefore feel that the fairest and most equitable. way assess
'. ; f' ) III: Health nurses supervisors confer- Monday.Mrs. ":i r GtE": : / :. :
ence. : Hildabelle Bence, Mrs. Ni- :
: -," -_I i S tai Mrs. Lucile Davis returned Mon- ta Downing, and Alvin, Chace of : &COSTUMEj: : : Low. as $69.95 Valuation Total Valuation Less Taxableof

VTEO OWWARN"' day from ten days in Gainesville Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. .::.ri.rk ( : .H s- Home of Personal Property. Exemption. ., Valuation

: with.her grandchildren, Jenn and Etta Hoover. on Sunday. ; !I: : : 1' : in Homestead 1 -#
.. Cartoon. West of Pesos, Greg Davis, while their parents, Mrs. Henrietta Hunt was Installing &} .:!:;..:. :.tjt...; : : '"

Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis, Jr. organist at the OES chap- 0000 to 1900, iooo I'\ 1000 :.Jl; 000.00 \ ,

I WED. & FRI were on a U. of F. tour of New ter in Hawthorne Tuesday eve- 2000 to 2900 1100. 1000 : ; 100 .

f: FEB.'r 15 & 17 York City. ning. She will also be installing Ta G age cordEts 3000 to 3900 1150 T' 1000 :-:" '. 150
e Mrs. Effie Johns and Freeman organist at the Lake Butler OES 4000 to 4900 1200 1000 ;' r : 200 '= .

e Johns were visiting .in Gainesvillelast chapter on Feb. 14. 5000 to 5900 1250. 1000" ; 250 I
.. Friday.. Mr. and Mrs.: R. H. Grider and ..
$85.00 to $300 6000 to 6900 1300 1000 300
Gen. Elec. Filter-Flo Washer Mr. and :Mrs. Kenneth Grider

4s with big 12-lb. clothes capacity.The were in Fernandina Sunday visit- 1 7000 to 7900 1350 I'x 1000 t ;A 350

t. only one on the market, and ing Merle Grider. They were join- CHANNEL MASTER 8000 to 8900 1400 1000 .>, 400

most perfected. SALE' G. J. Mc- ed by Lloyd Grider of St. Simons Transistor Radios 9000 to 9900 1450 I 1000'" ,.' '.. 450

.c Grill, Dealer. Island, Ga.Rev. 29.95 10000 to 10900 1500 1000' 500
!Mrs. Robert Barkley of Jack-
:Cartoon: Hawaiian Holiday. sonville and Mrs. George Mans 5sa '
of Green Cove Springs visited J. Vf. Pearce PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX RETURNS-'Every: : person,

: .THURS. FEB. 16 their father, W. G. Stringfellow, Dies Saturday firm or. corporation owning or having control, management or
e at the home of Mrs. Joe Wilson on
: "' nrCHmJUt11. Saturday. custody of 'Tangible Personal Property whatsoever character,

a 'M4."tItftII4MM1t.. Among those attending the Rev. John West Pearce, 73, retired Costume Jewelry including trustees, executors, etc., should return' same for taxa- ,
Ringling.Brothers Circus in Jacksonville Baptist minister, died Satur- ?
I.-' "A r lAUGH..K J,1J. )nEATrr -,.".. New11iflulous1 last weekend were Mr. day morning after an extended tion to the County Assessor, on or before the first day of Aprilof

/ and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins, Dr. and illness. Born in Mobile, Ala. July From $1.00Hallmark's each year. The head of a family who is a legal resident of the

,Or73W XJi! .v..DoH,jy"y Mrs. C. J. Houpt, Mr. and Mrs. ..6. 1887, his parents were the late
: ;:ia... m tin Lavern Outlaw: Mr. and ,:Mrs. Jim George A. and Helen West Pearce.He State of Florida is entitled to a Constitutional Exemption of

Chasteen, Rev. and Mrs Leo He- was a member of the Madison $1000. on household goods and personal effects, when he files
: .GOLDBN AGE bert, Mr. and Mrs. John Green, Street Baptist Church, and had

Bobby Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs.: E. lived in Starke for the past 13 a return and claims exemption thereon.

L. Matthews, Mrs. S. G. Denmark, years. <,,-***

: \ cOMcEDp Mrs Clyde Sinclair, and their Surviving are his wife Nell Tax Assessor
families. t All of the above must be ,in the hands of your on
e Williams Pearce, Starke; and two
'k..c..a.ItanI. .1Ne ., :Mrs. E. D. Tenly started working brothers, Tom W., Pearce and E. or before April, 1st.,We urged you to.take care of these tax mat.

.. iJ l-' at the Florida Development bOth' .. ff
S 1w tI8rf. be C. Pearce, of Abilene Texas. diatl -'
I ,!Mff&.tMt i t ers mune
S on Monday.
Funeral services were held at 4 .
QCA- ,
Bill Newton of ,Daytona Beach p. m. Mondayin the Madison y.'J

was Tuesday luncheon guest of Street Baptist Church with Rev.: Most Beautiful SelectionBUUlNCrON'S : -
:cartoon Hawaiian Holiday. and :Mrs. Herbert Thinness / .--- -- ,
:Mr. J. H. Mabry.. pastor officiating. r' c. .....-; ;, .. THANKS -.R .,-'"
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Sponsored ,by ,Bradford Hi Mrs. Hazel Carter and children assisted by Rev.:Horace McLeRoy, .. .. -.._;..{ ..It'..; .. .. .. .. .,...........::.,,.-.Oif-t. ,' .. "
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{eniors. Help them get to and :Mr. and Mrs. J. }at. Lyons of pastor of) I Hogan Baptist Church. STUDIO ,. -. : "' --

Daytona Beach were weekend Jacksonville, and Rev. J. R. ',-. I GENE Q' .
Nassau by seeing this movie. guests of Mrs. Ruby Cook. Smith pastor of the First Baptist ,

. (Advanced tickets sold .]by.' all Gen. Elec. Range, fastest and Church of Keystone Heights anlGlFf SHOP I ..
eniors. cheapest to operate on the market. Burial was in Crosby Lake Ceme- TAX ASSESSOR -" ... .

Easy to keep Clean. SATfr; Q. J.McGritf tery under the'direction of DeWitt

Beale. ... ._ _.. C. Jones Funeral Horns -
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-1)I Hilliard-Steyer I 75th Anniversary Of Bride-Elect Honored J Valentine Dance Set *1 fair.Honor RollLawtey I Mrs. Pansie Tyre, 48,

I Marriage Told World Prayer Day : At Linen Shower' : By Country Club i Junior High School an I Dies February 2 In

I To Be Observed ,,:'*. '...r.u.ijtf fjr th Gainesville HospitalM
Mtf. Eail Crawford and,' Mis. Ins Starke Goif ar.d Count3Ciu aird: sLxt''ks period and seme-
1 I i hbitOied Leye.1 Will lu\e d'a.. .
% Ciuiled CtCiYs ML>a 1&e uinne :
Uie Ti'th of WorldDay lollops!
anniversary .ti asFirst :
Pansie: pnmark Tyre ,
; >daiice rat the Amricjui i s.
i -- a Swede, popular bude-eiect, Le&.ol1:1.U !
of Prayer will be seived j G-ade: Bubba Bennett,
of Starke, died'Thursday.: Feb. 2,
I t_- locally at lo a. m. {.' :(by, Feb. v/ita a de.ighuui l.ntn .diotr : Satuiday night, Feb. 11. Dai- !j Joey Bennett, Roger Eunice, JaneGlade1.L't ,
,;!ladY8 Mooty % : >', h, 17, in the First Christian Church. Monday evening at the home of jier will be served: a't 7 o'clock, II j Jerry Johnson, Sheila n a Gainesville l hospital, where
: l' Mrs. Charles Ciews or With dancing from 9 to 1. he had been' a patient one day.
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--- --- ---- -F ; Theme for the observance, spoa Xorma Jean Prevatt, i t
Reservations tI She> was born Oct. '20. 1912 in
Lake. may be made byj! 'I
io.ea by the Staike Council of Kendall Turner, Donny Wise. '
Junior Women Mrs. .r lUng: ; the Chamber of Commerce Baker County, the daughter of
: McCarthy Cfluich Women, will te "forwardThrOigh faity games were enjoyed dur- ,i Second Grade: Lynn Bock. Mike
S 'iki. ing the enii.g with )lrs. Alaine WO (-5811. the late Tom W. Denmark, and
Entertained At ; HonoredVith The g :Attendance Joy Sapp.
ly: rrcmtwrs: ot all groups is Crawford, Mrs. Donald Green, and t I Thhd! Grade: Chipper Hague, Mile Coleman Denmark of Tam-
Fashion Show Stork ShowerMrs. I% '- i urged. Miss Gloria Knight being awarded Baptist Choir ,I Ijarnar Johnson, Mike Norman ')a.Bpsid
pru.es. < Billie o; hr mother, she Is survived -
> : 11s t Wise Regina Gladieux, Marcie -
) Members of the Junior Woman's Harvey McCarthy: was: ,: The honoree received many lovely Feted Hardee. by her husband, Fled O.

II Club were entertained with an honored: last Friday night with a 'r'+ : i Sally Epperson gifts.! :: Fourth Grade: Dianne: Teston, Tyre. of Starke: three step-
original! fashion show at the reg- ,stoik shcwer given by Mrs. Morris :-i fr Surprised \Vith I Refreshments were served by The adult choir o! the FLInt Connie Eunice. usihers, Mrs. Dmores Price,

ular meeting last Monday evening, Carter, Mrs. R. L. Morgan and 4 ; i- '..4'Mr. -' j the hostesses. Ea. list Chui'ch h-td a shiimp and :;I I Filth G.-ade: : Brenda Jones, Bon- 'i Orlando; Mr*. Vivian Starling,
Birthday Fete oyster supper last Saturday e\to- ,1
at the club house. L. C. Sarp. The setting for this :i : ne! Rosier, Sharon Tatum Billy Stark: and Mrs. Freddie Mar-
I at the home :
nliig of Mr.
!: and Mrs.
'4 Walking off with the honors delightful affair was the Florida Miss Sally Ann Epperson was Elementary PTA :! Jim Chasteen. ;,, Griffis, Wayne Mosley, Charles paret Rosier, Starke: one stepson. -
in the fashion sewing contest were 'com of Mrs. Carter's home on j J ,: Norman. Raymond Cecil Tyre Panama
dt fe.itfui y saipnscd ai a birth-Hears }i The party was held in the large ,
I Mrs. Jean Clark, first: Mrs. L. II. Highway 16. d.. dinner Program On !I j J Sixth! Grade: Shirley Fuqua City; two b others: Charles Lind-
.y given Tuesday eve- : family! roam where wereenjoyed
Outlaw second: ; and Mrs. Dolph Upon arrival the honoree was at the uaruen Restaurant .1 i iI I ,Seventh Grade: Judy Bennett berg Denmark, Panama City, ani
n.ag by Founder's by the 35 members and
Reddish third. The members sresented a corsage of pink satin eleven girl friends in honor of her Day 1[I guests following the !; Sandra Craft, Karen Lee, Marsha i iI i Cdesie i Denmark. Tampa; four
( made and modeled their own 'itbons on white lace: net, artistic-i.- ._-_...._-'_- '' ....-_ I. JGth b.rthday'-anniversary.I j i A brief Foundei's Day program! t I|I Mosley, Johnny Tye. i I sisters! Mri. Blanche! Herring,
clothes. illy centered with a small doll. : I. After the dinner at the Rest-I. and an informative film on cancer I II 'Altar j Ninth Grade: Gwenn Tanner. i! Live Oak: Mrs. Gladys Goodwin,
r The fashioned and Mrs. Charlie Hilliard'I'I I I Society Mrs. B. E. Reddish the Ruskin Mrs. Lillie Wmn Starke
Mrs. John Torode. president. unique corsage was eurant the girls went to, the homeof was presented Tuesday night at a I spent ; ;
presided over the meeting and by Mrs. Carter. !j! announce the marriage of their' Geraldine Gay where Miss Gay meeting of the Southside Elementary -1: St. Edward's Altar Society will week with Mr. and :Mrs. John O. '''and Mrs. Thelma Voyle, Tampa.

Mrs. Barry VanDeventer cave the Party games were enjoyed dur-:i: daughter Clarissa, to John Phillip and Miss Mary Ann Dally served PTA..Mack j meet Tuesday evening, Feb. 14, at Pons in Tallahassee. Mrs. Pons :'' Funeral services were held at 2'p.
.4 I devotional. It the evening with prizes!'I Ii dessert j brought her home and remained m. Sunday in Jones Memorial
; was voted to send jig i i Steyer qf Cleveland! Ohio. The i iI and the honoree opened!I S. Futch gave an interesting -I j 8 o'clock in the Parish Hall. Members -
1 $35 to CARE and to appoint a iwarded to Mrs. Denver Devrick, i I her presents. talk on Founder's and ror a few days visit. I Chapel with Rev. Tommie Howe
Day reminded
member to serve on the Civil Defense Mrs. Vernon Reddish. aid Miss!, marriage took place at 5 ,p. m. J The girls had decorated the din- I I Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar introduced j collect are old to continue and to The Sinclair :Mosley and Carl I officiating. Burial was in Crosby-

committee. Judy Morgan. The door prize was ,, Saturday, Feb. 4, at the home of I II I ing room at the Gay home with I i Mrs. George E. Miller, who pre- zines. newspapers maga- Mosley families of Jacksonville I Lake Cemetery under the direction -

Refreshments were served from won by Miss Bonita Green. 1'1 I the bride. I I green and white sti'earners. The I sented the cancer film. visited Mrs. Lula Norman Sunday i I of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral'

L the tea table in the sunroom where Each gift was wrapped in a baby -i refreshment table was covered During the business session, I afternoon. I Home.

I the Valentine theme was carried diaper instead of the traditional' jUDCToMeetI I': I II with a White linen cloth and cen- conducted,'by Mrs":'W. B. Scoggins, Recent Births Guests of the Luther Hilliard

out. wrapping paper. Assisting the !! tered with a red and yellow birth president, the group voted to pur- Bradford family during the weekend were !
honoree with her gifts were Mrs. i t I I Wednesday Afternoon I II day cake. chase a bioscope for the school. County Hospital an- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Suber,
nounces the /

Beta Sigma To R. L., Morgan anj Mrs., who Vernon folded Reddish the diapers -, i j j W. T. Weeks chapter, U. D. C.I Fostering. Girl introduced T. L. Casey Mrs., Southside Suarez principal the new, Mr. and Mrs.follo1ngbirths L. J. Padgett: Mr.sons and, Mr.Mrs.and Jim Mrs.Nettles Leon and Starling two i Radio-TV RepairNEEL

Meet | met Wednesday afternoon of last Lawtey, a son, Maxie Andrew, and children, and John Napoli, all
MondayThe who kept the gift book. The hostesses -j second grade teacher. Feb.
I week at the home of Mrs. L. D. Discussed By 1. of Jacksonville.Mr. I
presented Mrs. McCarthy Mrs. B.
W. Sewell's room had
I) Mr.
and Mrs. i
"' Vining with Mrs. 0. L. Ivy Knight, and Mrs. Albert Sappcn-
Beta Sigma 'Phi sorority with a beautiful bassinet in remembrance -!; Haynes : Baptist YWAPlans the most parents present I
S I Starke, a daughter, Arrie field
:j Sr. as co-hostess. Marilyn of Deland visited Mr. and
will meet Monday evening at 8 MOBILE RADIO
t of the occasion. Refreshments were served by Feb. 3.
o'clock at the home of.Mrs. T. Refreshments were served late Mrs. P. B. Beard, historian, gave I for fostering a 16yearold the second grade mothers with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. James Waters Friday. The
a short talk the Ersley Norman Waters and Mr. and Mrs. D. A.
E. Garner in Keystone Heights. in the evening by the three hos- on life of Jef- girl at the Baptist Children's Mrs. J. T. Prevatt Jr. as chaiman. 234 N. TEMPLE AVE.
terson Davis. During the business Lawtey, a son, William Owen, Jones spent the weekend in De-
tesses. Home in Lakeland were discussedat
meeting presided over by the Feb. 4. land with the Sappenfields. (located in North Florida
a: meeting ot the First Baptist Scout
president, Mrs. L. G. Powell, It Church Troop 70 t Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Ricks, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins Jr. Supply Co. store)
y YWA's held
for 3D Hearing Try Sue Frances Hurst was voted to have a luncheon at the home of Tuesday nightat HonoredVith Starke, a son, Michael Eugene, and David of St. Augustine were I
I Miss Diane Colson.
Enjoys Birthday the next meeting, Wednesday, !i Feb. 5. weekend guests of their respective 'I Phone WO 4-5521
Arrangements also made
I were I
2 March 1, at the Episcopal Parish Chicken DinnerThe Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal, Jr.,I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl .Carter
ear hearing I for the Sweetheart Banquet during I .I If no answer callWO
Mrs. Carl Hurst gave a birth- House at 12:30: o'clock honoringMrs. I YWA Graham, a daughter, Feb. 5. i and Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins.
Focus Week, Feb. 12-
s.. day party last Saturday after- L. A. Davis, Mrs. Joe Wilson, Boy Scouts of Troop 10 I! Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise and 4-2113
,. '. ,. I 18. Banquets will be held Mondayand
t .* noon for her daughter, Sue Fran- and Mrs. J. M.Iitchell, who are were honored at a fried chicken .WYY99W..9.W. .Y9.. .... i: children went to Opp, Ala. where ; .
atI Tuesday nights with the YWA I
ces, who was nine years old. I real daughters of the Confederacy. members dinner Tuesday evening given by : they helped Father Wise celebratehis ,
serving Monday night, I '- -
I The seven little guests enjoyed II,I Mrs. Bynum Perkins was appointed : and attending as guests on Tuesday the Senior troop of the Girl LAIlfTEY\ ( birthday anniversary. They ,
games with prizes and party fav-j I 1. chairman of the luncheon ar- night.LBPW Scouts celebrating the 51st anniversary remained for the weekend with DBILC

'SI ors during the party hours. Refreshments | rangements with Mrs. O. L. Hay- I of the Boy Scouts. By Enza Blanchard Mr. and Mrs. Wise. Ii FL':

I II I were served from a nes, Mrs. Lester Crews, and.Irs. j The festivities wer$ held in the Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bennettand I TARKE .
I .1; I pink and white covered refreshment J. W. Kincaid on her committee. Met Monday I Methodist Fellowship Hall which .-a_---.----L.-----------S -'-. children of Davtona Beach ,

table. The birthday cake was During the social hour refreshments At Nate Dyal Home was gayly decorated with streamers PTA NuUep.The i visited the Darley and Bennett i i SUN., MON., & TUES.
I 1
i placed on a musical birthday cake : were served from an at- and balloons in the Boy Scout i Lawtey Junior High School home Tuesday. They came:; to at-t FEB. 12-13-14
I holder. i iA i tractively appointed tea table: The Starke Business and colors. i I: tend the funeral of Mr. Bennet's WALT DISNET8
: __- ---- I j where a red and white color motlf'''fessional Women's Club pro-I' The Girl Scouts cooked and*PTA will meet Tuesday night, j i uncle, Brooks Starling, who was a i iI I

with the I 1 Ii was carried out. The handsome the home of Mrs. Nate Dyal last served the fried chicken dinner!"Feb. 14, in the cafeteria. A baked I former Lawtey resident. Jungle Cat

!j 1I centerpiece of red camellias and ,. Thursday evening,with Mrs. Clarence ,complete with a two-tiered birth-, him' dinner honoring the past; Bobby Bennett of Daytona was True-Life Adventure Feature
i 1 white pyraeantha was flanked by'1 i Frazier and Mrs, Willie Mae day ,cake topped with "Happy Piesidents of the organization Friday overnight guest of the In TECHNICOLOR

burning red'tape" in silver hold-,,i Denton as co-hOstesses; The presi- 51st Birthday." 1.will be served at '6 o'clock, with Darleys and Bennetts.
P'rWIS ers. Mrs. E. K. Ferryman presided 'dent Miss Madge Middletoh, pre During the program the Boy1;the business meeting scheduledfor : Recent guests of the W. F. Who Was That Lady?

MAICO GASAVALENTINE I' at the silver tea service. sided over the business session ;and Girl Scouts explained their 7:30. A' Founder's Day pro- Moore family were Freddie Moore, Starring: Tony Curtis, Dean Martin -

I FOR YOU and announced to the group the parts in the Scouting, program,I gram will be directed by Mrs.: G. and Weslay Thomas of Henderson- and Janet Leigh.
Hearing Glasses 'and"games were enjoyed. 10 W. Roberts ville, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Plus Color Cartoon
i FOR HEATING AMD Presbyterian Circles j jI j.election last Sunday of Mrs. E. This is program chairman. ,: Andrews of Wildwood visited the :t,

Discover the thrill of greatlyimprovt'd I FOR COOKING,TOO i iI I To Meet Tuesday : A.The Hall group as District passed Treasurer.a resolution Stork Shower',Given 1 all parents a very are special uiged meetingand to at- Moores Sunday afternoon. WED., THURS., FEB. 15-16
hearing crowds iI Miss, Enza Blanchard
iI tend. spent the
theaters,noisy places.Morc com- I| Circles of the Presbyterian, endorsing the proposed county' de- Mrs. Paul Canova Jr. Bridal ShowerA ]'!I weekend in Jacksonville with Miss: Desire in the Dust
fortable. as only) half' the power I 1 I ,
j is needed! See them now, or get Women of the Church will meet :!velopment authority to promote highlight of the week Arthurine Blanchard and Miss : Starring: Richard Burr, Martha
I was a
Jret booUjt.Cpiel next Tuesday as follows: additional industry for the area.A Mrs. J. L. Cole gave 'a delightful bridal shower given for Mary Harley i I, Esther Mason.Another ',; 11}'er, and Joan Bennett.
\ Sinicts on Mjico Hejrinf Clisutmlibli i Circle One with :Mrs.: R. G. group of members of the stork shower Wednesday afternoon -! Chesser (Mrs. Richard Ches- : enjoyable occasion was ,
only' thiouih the optical picfesiioo., I Paterson, Tuesday morning at Gainesville BPW Club will presentthe of last week at her home, ser) in the Methodist a stork shower honoring Mrs. Bill The Enemy General!

A Factory Trained 9:30: o'clock, program on Legislation at the 603 W. Francis street, honoring f}Tuesday night parsonage Gaskins given by friends at the Starring: Van Johnson, Jean-Pi

Hearing Aid Consultant from : Circle Two with Mrs. Guy March meeting at the home, of Mrs. Paul Canova Jr. j 1 The party rooms were, bright home of Mrs. Fisher Gaskins Friday erre Aninont, and Danny Carrel.

I Andrews, Tuesday morning at Mrs. Clara Mae Knight with 'Mrs.. Potted plants were used *,with arrangements of camellias evening. Three contests were: Plus Color Cartoon
MAICO 9:30: o'clock. Ida Mae Shaw as co-hostess. throughout the party rooms for ?; nd greenery Gifts were placed entered! into by those present. The ,

HEARING SERVICE I I .; Circle Three with Mrs. R. D. ,I Plans are being discussed for decorations. Appropriate games ( 4 on' a table under 3 white'umbrella :,hostesses served cake and punch.' FRL, SAT., FEB. 17-18

I TIADtMA *. S. Acker Tuesday evening at 8'!i the formation of a local League were played, by the 11 guests and | decorated with pink rosebuds' Mrs.Gaskins' received a number of TormentedBY
319 Professional Bldg.p I wt o'clock. ; :: of Women Voters and.the meeting prizes were. awarded to Alias Nor-j and ribbon bows. I:!j nice gifts. About 25 guests enJoyed -

Jacksonville 2, Fla. will be in : date will ,t be announced when this ma Canova of Gainesville, Mrs.I I After, several of Bride 1 the party. A GHOST WOMAN!

Starke Tuesday, Feb. 14, atKOCH'S I YWA Study Course :' is set. George Flynn, Sr. and' Mrs. G. C.j L Bingo, refreshments games were served I:i! Starring: Richard Carton.

DRUG STORE from Ii i iI Set For Conner.' i by the hostesses, Mrs. II. C. Kelly, ;, High Time
February !16 THE RIGHT PO. ror the
and i
9:30 a. m. to 1:00 p. m., j Sweat-Brown Assisting with the games and' :Mrs. Eugene Pearson, Mrs. P., L.
will be in Heights at I Slurring Blur Crosby, Fabian,
Keystone iI serving refreshments were .Mrs.
C Dinkins, Mrs. J. 1 write. Come I la and Mj
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Associational I Date Set
BELOTE REXALL DRUGS I YWA Marriage A. W. Kirkland and Mrs. E. C.I R. F. Lee. Tuesday Weld and Nichole )(au-
from 2:00: to 5:00 p. m. Come- I I study course will be held Thurs- Dukes. Approximately j:,i lift your favorite ESTERBROOK rey.
in for a free hearing test and day evening, Feb. 16, at 6:30: '!' Mrs Irma Knight of Heilbronn I guests attended, this lovely aC-!' i Plus Color Cartoon

demonstration. No obligation.; o'clock at the First Baptist announces the approaching marriage Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH J

Get the best, get MAICO. Church in Hampton with Mrs. J. ; of her daughter, Miss Eev- Wesleyan Guilds ;

b-- I :_ _ n. I
j, oi Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown of Make Andrews Your Headquarters For .
Macclenny. Wesleyan Service Cuilds
I The :wedding will take place at and circle four of the Methodist

:, Heltbronn Missionary Baptist Church will meet Tuesday nightas

Church, Saturday, Feb. 11, at 6:30: follows: '

_1I 1- i p. m., with the pastor Rev. Luther Guild One will meet :at 7:30: QM

1 I A. McGee, performing the o'clock in Fellowship Hill With
ceremony.A Mrs. J. R. McDonald and Mrs L.

t reception will be held at the H. Futch as hostesses.: ,

-t : I home of Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Guild Two will meet at 7:30

4J; __ i Green. o'clock at the home of. Mrs. C. C.

_ ( I No invitations have been sent. Johns on, Keystone! highway.- BOXED CANDYLarge
I AH relatives -apd. friends of the i Circle four will l meet at 3 o'clockat

I couple are cordially invited to at-: the home of lira. Sarah 'Hunt

L Ttj ,,' tend. er. assortment of Whitman andSchrafft's lJ F1C

Beautifully Boxed
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:< p .._ : Little: Women To Ladies Council .
.. I; Meet Monday Night Meets Thursday ggc. :

The Little Women's Club will The business meeting of the

I meet Monday night at 7:30 o'clockat Ladies Council of the First-Chris-

L the club house. tian Church was held in the A Wide Selection Of SentimentalAnd

Joalyce Graham program chairman church annex Thursday night,with o .
will present a panel on 15 members present.It Comic Cards-Priced
A\ "dating" with five boys from the ::was' decided to order 12 dozen

\. HiY club taking part. bottles' of flavoring:' to be sold FROM Kc TOL2FU'&f3 $1.00

I Hostesses for the evening will with the proceeds going to the -
-, be Dorothy Hardy, Linda Hilde- ,fupd of the church.
building .
'jhe.>.f mni:: f a NKt R 'Js : l I I tran and Mary Schmitt. Mrs. W. L.; Andrews, leader ,of ,

;; '( ady p t'i i ,, tr 9J'' I Circle 3, introduced Mrs. RosebeU For Quick; Quick > "
:. 'r __ __ -, :.! ; ,,_ Chittys Hosts At Tomlinson, /who gave' an interesting -

-' ;,. \, For safety plus availability, earnings, service, Spaghetti Supper After program several on piano temper numbers control by 11A Delivery Service On All i

and helpfulness, there's nothing quite like having I Mrs. Anna Laura Howard, the Prescriptions .
I Mr. and Mrs. Randal Chitty
'_ J money in the bank. We invite and tn meeting was closed with prayer.
you yours hosts
l were at Call
'*e' a spaghetti supper Wp 4- 511 -
o'- ",.-, :, :' save for family goals with us! :. I and bridge party last Friday evening y/'

at their home on Searing, WSCS.Circle,3' # ,
: street Sleets ,Feb. I I 1 !
1 Handsome arrangements of We are here to compound your Prescriptions

I tropical plants were .used to decorate Circle Three of the First Methrodisf '
|''I points of interest ,in the WSCS 'met' Feb. 1 at the with Professional Accuracy :

party rooms. home, of Mrs. ,E. F., Mayton at '..
i The, 12 guests enjoyed, a spaghetti the ,State Farm. After the devotional -
FLORIDA II supper In the dining room by Mrs. Eugene 'Wiflianu,

after which several progressionsof program on the Lord's ,Prayergiveit

Jaridge. were played in the living was by Mrs. Vernon..Smacker. ;
r room. High prizes were ,won "- Andrews

i ,1Hj1HuLil: 'S by,Harry.Hatcher, aiid Mrs.: Drew ;After'the business meeting Imv '-; Drugs'

'_ ; ,_ __ Reddi; Consolation prizes for ?beoawts; served by the hostess, -
low scores ,went ,.to 3ob ,Bezmery .. .
; 3CW. Mayton and co-b stess. Mrs. .
ONE OF BlANKS OF THE FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUP MEMBER FEDERAL pEPOSIT INSURANCE'C iP: and Airs. R>; S. )fuUn,. 'The< traveling I Buford Mitchell to 17 members t'j ',: -' "In
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TARRF Ft./Utii n4 TlICnSJ1">> FEnnUAUY O, 10.-S-! .

''I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS -I 75th Anniversary -I 1 Pancake- Supper ;: J Bryan Green Mission-- I!|ily I were. honored at a surprise- 71yyfvi.....' -...'*... '''recently. a

I World Day Of Prayer 1 I This Saturday Night I M jSpeaker! 1 :: To Be Heard j I i: Feb.covered 3, in dish the supper educational on Friday building : -,'! MELROSE I Ralph Moore, John Regan and

By Mary K. Srhaelfer', To Be ObservedAll I the t Harry Bradley spent Saturday in
I I At Youth Rally I of First Baptist: Church.
The third annual Pancake. Sup- I Tallahassee.Mrs. .
I II 'The occasion was'the third anni- !
-1101 churches j oer of St. Anne's Episcopal : By :Mrs.: Alice Rotnhammer.AJAaAUAIAaaaAAlaaalU | Charles Riddling of Fort
of Keystone Hurclj! E. Frankham. with the :'versary of his arrival in Keystone i
Honor Roll Students 1 bert Nelson and Mrs. J. D. Hen- Heights will join the World Day Church will be held in thc( Masonic i I i Mjers and Mrs. Rose Marie Darby .
Bryan Green Mission to Florida. I Heights to assume his duties here. J .
The following boys and girls : i derson are cochairman: in charge. of Piayer. sponsored locally by Hall at Keystone Heights will conduct a Youth Rally at |The entire congregation was on also of Ft. Myers are visiting:

made, the honor roll 'for the third i, :so it should be a very nice party. St. Anne's! Episcopal Church Saturday night, Feb. 11, from: 5 7:30: p. m. Sunday, Feb. 12. in St.j j hand to show: their appreciation i Mike Howell of Silver Springs, Mrs. Nettie Mann. Mrs. George
six-weeks Tickets sale to 7:30: p. m. Sponsored by the i Md. and Al Kistner of Lakeland Is in the
period: : j are on now. Women. A union service will be Ann 's Episcopal Church. Key- : to Rev and Mrs. Smith. When of Lowell,
Fourth Grade: Marshall Gallop [Mothers Marched Thursday held at 7:30: p. m. Friday Feb. 17, Men of the Church ticketare $1. tone Heights. He will conduct i they, arrived at the Hall they were Mass spent a few days with Mr. Medical Center Hospital. She is
Billy Belote, Gina Massa, Kath- Thursday evening, Feb. 2 a in the church with Mrs. Cora per person for "all you can eat.; .. services the same day at fc:30: a., greeted with strains of "Happy" and Mrs R. F. Simmons before the sister of Mrs. Riddling.

leen Pest, Dianne Ilgen, Sara Lou j t I' i group of mothers, headed by Mrs. Quattlebaum in charge. Music ___ r I m. in S\ Anne's and at 11:15 a. ; Anniversary to You," and they 'returning: to Stetson University I I Mrs. C. P. Berkleman is recovering -
O'Connor Charmain Float, Debra I' Everett Fox covered Keystone will be 1 for the second semester. illness her
provided by St. Anne's !, m. in Trinity: Episcopal Church, I I were truly surprised. i from a recent ai
Brault, Sharon Brannon, Robert [i 'Heights and outlying areas Chorus. 14, Trooper Jansen has,,<,other j i Melrose. All young people of the ;I Co-Chairmen in the planning, !! Mrs. Florence Campbell and home.
Pater Patricia Cox, David Mathia, j I knocking on doors and soliciting This year's observance es- committments, and the 'class will i :Miss Jane Smith both of New -
area are invited to Mr. and Mrs. TPern
Youth i decorating, serving, etc. of this ,I' Emory
and .Debbie Kingsbury.Fifth j j money for the March of Dimes. neciallv significant as it marks not meet. ,It will resume.on b,1 Rally. I I!supper were Mrs. Arthur Bamford I, York are spending: a few days at are the parents of a baby boy

Grade: Diane Thomas. j\Mrs. Fox is pleased that everyone the 75th anniversary of this 21, as usual and in the, usual Mr. Frankham is a native of1''and; Mrs. Fred Ellis.: Mrs. Bamford he Kelley cottage. born Jan. 31 in the Alachua Gen-
Danny Hinck, Dottie Hardenberg, ;said "Yes," as they were supposed worldwide observance in which place, the Firehouse. Mrs. Frank Iman and Mrs. Robert
England and studied: theology atIA.1don ]had baked a cake with pink icing, eral Hospital. He was named John
Jimmy Wildt, Naomi Vaughn i to do, and a total of $209.52 wasI prayers will rise around the worldn At last week's meeting, Jan. 31, University. He became a 'which was the centerpiece for the :Melrose, both of HIaleah Mark.

Glen Few, Marcia Haberstroh I i collected. After completing their 60 languages and more than 'a the class practiced wrapping I colleague of Bryan Green while :serving table. It was surrounded visited Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Spires Thomas Christopher Williamswas
tasks, each of the mothers reported thousand dialects. | bandages after which CharlieMc- I
Richard Purdy. Nancy Cherry, :
vicar at one of Lonjon's West
: 'with fern and pink camellias. The SV. \V JUam'& Calnouc Chapel born Jan. 25 !in Bradford
Mary Ann Griffin and Roxana i at the Fox home to turn Offerings given at services on Glove showed a film on Mouth-, '
End churches.
I has been keenly ;,appropriate: : inscription, "Happy Kcyston Heights County Hospital. The parents ate
Valldejuli. i'iin the envelopes, and to enjoy Mils date are equally divided baleen to-Mouth Artificial Respiration, interested in work among young '!Anniversary" adorned the top of !Mr. and Mis. Gerald Williams

Sixth Grade: Lance Andrew- !coffee, cakes and cookies and projects of the Divisions of While this was not what :one people, as well as the evangelistic i I the cake, and camellias various 8una"y Mass at 8:30: a. m. Mrs. George Alderman visited

sen Mickey Jackson, Terry King, i Cokes. Everyone helped to count. Home and Foreign Missions, Na- would call entertainment;; every-: field and has taken many mis-{i colors were used: on all of the HolY;':lY Mass at 7:00: a. >m. her sister and brother-in-law. Mr
I Susan Bird, Patti. Brannon, Bev-i i the money also. Mrs. Sam Gard- tional Council of Churches. Included j one who saw it may be gladsome I sions in the U. S.,. Africa, and' tables. Tuesday Mats at 8:00: a. m. and Mrs. Buuyop Kelley recently
; erfy Cuendet, Nancy Kingsbury, I ner was co-hostess with Mrs. Fox in this work are interdenominational I day that he did. other parts of the world. The three candles Confessions before all Masses. John Rynd of Atlanta, Ga
on the cake
and Mira Murray. in serving refreshments. ; ministries in the U. Duplicate Results ", j Baptisms, marriage and Lo- .r
I Mr and
I were blown out by RpSmlth.. spent the weekend with
Seventh Grade: Renee Belote, :' Those who served on Mrs. Fox's S., Alaska; and Puerto Rico, as gentlemen coffee, and sausages. Cost for ructions by appointment,
I I J.ahe! -MtMllttry. committee were Mrs. Sam well as medical and'religious work ] gave the ladies a run for adults is $1; for children under and he and his wife proceeded to i! Mrs. A. C. Spires
: Eighth Grade: Joyce Warden ner. Mrs. Raymond Mann Gard-1 iround the world. their: money at the regular weekly 12, 50c II cut the cake. ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL Winners of the Duplicate

Carol Stephenson Margaret PaI Ed Conneen, Mrs. Fred Ellis, Mrs The public is Invited to join the 1; meeting of the Duplicate Bridge We have heard the rumor thata M. L. Beasley, the Mayor of CHURCH, KEYSTONE Bridge Club include: First plac,
ter Cathy Williams, Lee Sutton, Harold Sutton, Mrs. Alex Brokas. ervice at St. Anne's. Club. Albert Bachmann and Louis prize will be given to the one '!;i Keystone: Heights gave an interesting Mr-s. Gilbert Allen and Mrs. Wal-
I and Steve Shackleford.Freshmen ,. Mrs. Charles Tolford, Mrs. Carl Kyle were top-scorers. Mrs. Anna who eats the most pancakes. This, talk and Mrs. Luther! Brice, : Sundays 9:30: a. m., Church ter.J. Grolick; second place. Mis
... school 9:30 a. m., Morningi I
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Alice Ketchum and Mrs. Hel s n
James and however, a newcomer from Alaska told of!
: Bernie Brune, Darden. Mrs. Leon Ridaught, Mrs I. Mrs. Alma Frost were is not official. I
and S"rmon [list Sunday,
-- John Dickert Mrs. Tom Garner. second high; while Miss Sally CHURCH NEWSSt. the life there, and of the good !} Prayer Phelps. ; thin place, Mrs Albei''!
Cheryl Cherry Carolyn Forsythe,
Sunday, Feb. 12: |I -lolv Communion!. 6 p .m. Epis-
Reba Hall, and Marlene Linsin. :, Mrs. George Schaeffer Mrs. Her. Attend Church -: see notices .Mansfield and Mrs. E. Cooper Anne's Episcopal work being done by the Baptists I :opal Young Churchmen. Bachmann and Mrs. Louis; Kyle
Sophomores: Nancy Sutton, bert: Nelson, Mrs. Lewis Muir, Mrs 'Isewhere in column. were third lii h. The club plays j On Feb. 12 at 7:30: p .m., there there. A duet was sans by David Holy Days 7:30: a. m-, Holy ana fourth place, >\\s. Mary Cook
Barbara Ann Wheeler and Joel t Gay Livingston, Mrs. Dan Pater; First Baptist Church concord LE i in] the Woman's Club, starting at 'i will be a rally of the Episcopal.j and Richard Waite, accompaniedby ommunion. and Mrs, Sajlie Mansfield.

Brault: ., Mrs. Frank Walrath. Jr., Mrs. hoir Practice, 6 p. m. ) 8 p. m. Young Churchmen of the Upper j Ralph Coleman at the piano. Third Wednesday Parish Members of the Woman's Club

s Tie! following are the boys and: Carlton Paul, and Mrs. C. L. GUs- Y. C. (Episcopal Young Altar Society Pleased St. John's Presbytery and their ,j In all it was an evening the :Covered Dish Supper, 6 or .6:30: I sponsored the sale of mercha-
grls? 'who stayed the Honor son. With Rummage Sale friends' The Rev. Harold Frank-(I Smiths will long remember. I dise at Huff's Sundries: last week-
on : Churchmen: 6:30: p. m. P. m. !
r Roll fir the First Semester: ''WHAT'S DOING Tills n>;rrq Monday Feb. 13: St. William's Altar Society held I ham of the Bryan Green Mission i! Last Sunday, the congregation The Rev. Millard H. Bieyfogle.i I{ (Continued on Next Page*

Fou'rth'Grade': Marshall Gallop, We have been continuing our Community Church Women's a highly successful Rummage Sale ;, will preach. The Young Church- :.:was pleasantly surprised when Or- Vicar 1
: Billy. Belote work I in the old Western Auto buildinglast men will conduct the Evening''ganist Ralph Copeland began to i INSURANCE
Gina Masa, Kathleen -;,; on what we cunningly called \nnual Luncheon:: 1 p. m., Park
S Pests, Dianne Ilgen, Sara our Keystone Kalendar, an: 'f the Palms. Thursday, Friday and Saturday Prayer Service. All young people''I play and used the 20 nejv} chimes FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Auto-Fire-Casualty

Lou O'Connor. Charmain Float, have added a few more event Cub Scouts Den 1, St. Anne's Altar Society President of the 7th glade and older are.. which had just been installed in KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Bonds and Allied Lines
Debra Brault Sharon Brannon from ,Mrs. William Davie, and her com- encouraged to attend and to bring i the lovely Estey organ.
day to day. If you want 'arish House after school. t : J. R. Smith, pastor, Haloh
: Robert Pater, Patricia Cox, David something on this list, please call Girl Scout Troop 147. after 'mittee wish to thank all the kind their friends. Personals )peland.. Minister or Music ana t I Reynolds. Insurance
I Mathia. Debbie people who purchased and: ,who i World Day Of Prayer !I, I Agency
Kingsbury. Roddy us: School, Melrose Parish House. 1 Mrs. Cara Mar hburn has just :hurch organist I
: Hutchin cn. and Terri Christ- ,, Thursday, Feb. 9: Community Church Board of donated.: Those who served on the The World Day of Prayer will returned from Tampa, where she enters: Sunday School 9:45: "'. L. Reynolds
I I offers. Community Church Choir committee were Mrs. Leo LeBlanc, be held on Friday. Feb. 17 at 7:30: vided 11 m. Ph. 2442 2701
Prac- Stewards meets at 7:00: p. m. her daughter, Mona, i" m. Morning Worship' a -
: Fifth Grade: Richard Purdy. tice, 7:30: p. m. Lions' Club Dinner 7:15: p. m. Mrs. Anthony Danis, Mrs. Joe p. m. at St. Anne's Episcopal 1 whose husband, M-Sgt. David Training Union. 1 p. m Evening Keystone Heights Fla.

Nancy Cherry, Leslie Beam, Danny Junior Woman's Club meeting, CAP cadets Skytel, 7:30: p. m. .. Murelli, Miss Anna McCullough Church. Everyone is invited to at- j I Weimer is on a tour of duty in Cervices 8 p. m. --- --
Mrs. Harold Sutton, tend, as the Protestant Churches'In .
: Hinck, Jimmy Widlt. Mary 3p.m. CAP Seniors. Skytel, 7:30: p. m. Mrs. Lena 1 Labrador.
Ann Griffin Johnny Muir, Rox- McKay's Real Estate Bowling Instructions for teen-agers, St. Clemens' !\Mrs. Emery H. Cooper, this area are holding combined''I,,(I Mrs. Lena Clemens and sons,
: ana Valldejuli. Marcia Haber Team [Women 1 in Palatka, at Williams. 7 p. m. Mrs. Herbert Nelson, and Mrs. services, with the women of each 1 ,i
Everett Fox. church giving the :
I stroh, Glen Few and Dottie Hard- Azalea Lanes- Art Class at Dot Newman's. program.
: enbergh. Friday, Feb. 10: Tuesday, Feb. 14: Let's Go Bowling! t Lenten Services will be held /it ijthe:j i Putnam County Hibiscus

b Sixth Grade: Lance Andrewsen Rotary Luncheon. 12:15: Noon. Mass, St. William's. 7:45: a. m.T'irst Every week, more ,and more the Church at 7 p. m. starting on 1 I 1 i Meeting and! Luncheon in Po-: Sponsored b& TixRj&OLJBC ....:...,
Mickey Jackson, Terry King Su ; GUI Scout Troop 10. fet. Anne'sParish : Baptist""Claurch; Women Keystoners,seem-to be''gettingfm- Sund y.F.eb.. ,26. and continuing.' moha ParS, Sunday, Feb..! 5. tMasonic
san Bird: Patti Brannon. Betty House after school. W. M. U. General Meeting. terested in the sport of bowling.For each Sunday until Easter. I II Newcomers to Keystone Heights ST..1\'NE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH

Jean Cross Beverly Cuendet. First Baptist Church Carol and Womans Club Business meet- a long time-well since last Confirmation Classes will start ,' are Mrs. Dorothy Rumteiler= and

Nancy Kingsbury, and Mira Mur Cherub Choiis practice 3:45: p. m. I I ing, 2 p. m. summer-the McKay Real Estate on Tuesday, Feb. 7, at 7 p. m., I|,i, two children, Robin, aged 5, .'ud Sat., Feb. 11 5 to 7 i K;: M.

DuPont men's Bowling League, I Cub Scouts Den 3, St. Anne's Women Bowlers ha\e been bowl- and.continue every week. Classes i;'Beth' aged 4. The Runstedlers
ray.Seventh Grade: Renee Belote, Bowlero in O'ville, 7:30: p. m. Hall, after school. ing at Azalea Lanes e\'ery'Thurs- willbe held In the Library in the I''I. came here about three weeks ago Hall
Keystone Heights
Carol Warren, and Janie McMur- Duplicate Bridge Club. Woman's Brownie Troop 229. St. Wil- day evening with the Women's Parish House in Melrose. Anyone ,: from Kingsville, Ontario, Canada. ,

try. Club 8 p. m.Saturday liam's Hall! after school. League. The League, which runs'along interested. in attending is welcome :j II They are living in the upstairs "AH! You Can Eat"-l Per Person .
Eighth Grade: Carol S';phen- Feb. 11: Masonic Lodge meeting! 8 p. m. time, is divided into halfs- j apartment over the Nearly New
.: son, Margaret Pater Cathy Williams Walker's Standard. Oil Boys'Bowlm Redfeam's and Belote's Men'sTeams similar to a football game,' and: Community Church Shop on Lawrence Blvd. Mrs: ,
and Steve Shackleford. ? Team, Azalea Lanes: Pa- bowl in League at Palatka, the McKay Bowlers were Cham- AK'NUAL LUNCHEON: The An :I Runstedler is the daughter of .
Freshmen: Bernice Brune. latka !9:30: a. m. 9 p. m.First. pions for the first 'half, which nual Luncheon and the regular :!Mrs. Dorthy Sherman of Keystone ....4 -

Cheryl Cherry, Gayle Cross, Carolyn Catechism St. William's 10:00: Aid Class for this evening I wound up the week after Christ general meeting of the Women of i Heights, and the niece of Mrs.

Forsythe Reba Hall Carolyn i -11:00: a. m. i iq cancelled.: Will meet next week. mas. There are 18 teams'" 'in the the Community Church will beheld Nell Grayson, also of Keystone. j 1 i lIKE DECORATING SHOP
:: at the Park of the Palms
Hayes, and Marlene Linsin. Girls' Bowling League, Azalea Wednesday, Feb. 15: League. on
Sophomores: Nancy Sutton, and I Lanes Palatka 1 The Monday Feb. 13, at 1 p. m. Dr. R. i Mr. and Mrs. Ed Conneen, Mr. .
p. m. KLM Home Demonstration Club men of the DuPont rfigh-: In .
Barbara Ann Wheeler. 1: St. Anne's third Annual Pan* meeting, 10 a. m., Clay Electric land Plant and the "Trail Ridge: K. Strachan, director of the Latin !. and Mrs. H. L. Morgan, Jr. and I Wiggins 3ui ping Keystone Heights

Dessert Card Party: ''take Supper 5 to 7:30 p. m., Mat Conference Room. Plant bowl at Bowlero Gainesville American Mission: will be the the Morgan's house guests Dr.
The Keystone Heightss Wo sonic! Hall. speaker. Important: have all re i and Mrs. Edward Rodowskes of .
I Cub Scouts Den 2. St. Anne'sParish every Friday night and all PAINTS ANDPAINTING
man's Can will hold a DessertCard K. H. s. Valentine Dance, I Hall after school.St. seem to get a lot oft fun out of servations in by Feb. 10. To makereseivations Wilmington Del., were the dinner
Party on Friday, Feb. 24, at School Cafeteria, 7:30-11: ::30 p. m. Anne's Junior Choir Practice it. Some of the wives, have been contact Mrs. AlmaFrost guests of Mr. and Mrs Herbert .: AIDS
4 the Club' House, starting at 1 p. Junior Woman's Club Dance, 3:45: p. m. !coin along, too eOn Phone 4301. Nelson on Tuesday, Jan. 31. ISTUUSMOWO! ,
m. Donation will be $L Mrs. tier Woman's Club, 8 p. m.McKay I I St. Anne's Senior Choir Practice Saturday morriln'gsf.om'e St. William's Catholic

7:30: p. m. local boys belonging to ,Lindsay Sunday, Feb. 12, being the sec COMMUNITY: CIIIIin: Wall Paper Samples
ond Sunday, will be
At St. William's Choir Practice, Walker's team go to Azalea nes Communion 1 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS II I IOr.
Keystone 7:30: p. m. to bowl in the boys1' league. A Sunday for the men of the par-
I A. C- Holt! Minister!
Baptist Church Adult Choir.' \.Gids'\ League is now forming, and ,ish-Holy otherwise Name members and !::; Mrs. J. L. theringlon: We Do Papering and Painting
8:15: p. m.Thursday.. a number of the girls from Key-1 I ij i
LAKE LOTS $1,759Low I j First Baptist Church I Organist and Choir Director,
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Feb: 16: stone are interested in that, too. Parlor Honored On j Sunday School, 9:30 a. :m. Morn- j i FREE Estimates Phone Keystone! -1505
'On Anniversary j
Community Church Choir Prac- Tuesday I
Down .' evenings Red- -Rev. J. R. ng Worship, 11:00: a. m I i ,
Terms Lakes. Smith
Payment, Easy Many tiee.7:30: p. m. "* fearn's Hotpoint team and Beg -. and his fam-

Parent Teacher Association, lote's Drug Store team bowi in the .
S. E. McKAY REALTOR p.' m. School Auditorium. Men's League' at Azalea '.L\nC3.:\. '

McKays Real Estate Bowlers, So. anyone lfor bowling? '/I : ....
Palatka, 9 p. m. Silrrr! Tea Date Set ... '" ,Jl t'"
Associates: Mrs M. Ilgen & Irene Brault '. '! -
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In Appreciation' is an advance Notice. The : ,. .,,0' t."l.
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Mrs Thomas Den Community :
Elmore. .Church ." 'i.>J ,.,
Keystone Heights, Fla.MISSISSIPPI Mother for Cub Scouts Dn 3, and Womans Annual Silver Tea has :.:. .:,. ;
I her group of bays are grateful to been set .for March 16, at :2! p: m. r. ,';:J .

Lindsay Walker 'for, supplying This is for anyone trying to':' seta d:. i.r .. .:/
them with DIet inner tubes with date, ,for something, and who :, "':,;;) ,.f -
K. which to make Bonga Drums, in I' may have'consIdered that' date. : :; ; :!f:7i ;: : ,

% OWL their: study of South America last 'I It looks. > as if about the onl? qpcn .

J /) month. I ::me for anything i 15 about $ a. lYE ARE

\t\ q Freshmen-Yaltfifine; Dance i, m. Sunday morning!

seventh, eighth, ninth, and Surprise, Party. For Sirs. Fekjte. ; = ::

.r tenth graders attKeystone'HeightsScricol On Tuesday afternoon; Jan; 31, 'n I 0- :.';:J ..' ,
V I "'atev aniiciWing their'' val- Mrs. Hattie Pekie ,of West Lake- :_" ," =; .
t 1, : @ fentine dance befng sponsored by view Drive was happily Burp: sod'

I the: Freshmen} jdass on Saturdayevening : to find herself thl guest of honor } f

,Feb. 11; ,In, the.. school at a party to' celebrate her NEW. BUILDING
cafeteria Sorry no one can attend -] birthday anniversary.. The party
', unless by invitation from a was instigated by her daughter,

The State' Capitol Building Jackson houses a State member of one, of the above mentioned Mrs. George Kaufmann of StajrkeGuests .

Hall, of Fame, the State Museum and Library, the leg classesTfiere will be no' Included neighbors and BFire;:: Tower On Route 21Mile North Of. Keystone HeightsTUEDAY
stags"p>uP1e only, 75c per close friends. Mrs. Pelde'received}
islative chambers and the Supreme' Court. Conducted
I couple. The- dance will begin at a number of nice gifts and lovely) '. .
tours are free. The 014 State Capitol was completedin ';:30 and last till 1 11:30: p. ml: flowers. *fr!: Kaufmann served 1

1842. It is considered by many to be the most distinguished ",,'re Still 'In Busiofss coffee. cake and! cookies.

historic building the state. In the central The local girls who are members Party guests Included Mrs- ; FEBH..UARY2lS1: ,
of 'the Br ford High School Clarence Stile, Mrs.,'William Ref
'rotunda., ..is a statue ,of' Jefferson Davis, who made his Sophomore Class are Interested hi olds Mrs. : Frank Price."Mrs Al i \

last public appearance he e.. The .Governor's. Mansion doing baairsittinz, with proceedsgoing Nelson, and her mother, Mrs, ..tcrs. ,t \
at the city's busiest corner" served >as headquarters for to theirs treasur- IfS&tiJS&l&to Masters.,lsi C- Muhlhofer Mrs, : ;.' .(,. .,,",. .t.'"
Lops.M to call I Wally Muhlhof J:. and Mrs.. Cora l "
Generals Grant 't : I
and Sherman: during the Civil War. give a ring to Dee Dee Harden.' Marshb m. Out of town guests. .

bergh Carolyn Jean Moody* or [ included Mrs. C 'orge- Kaufmpn

THE KEYSTONE STATE Margaret Muir at 4116r 3724' or j apt MiSj Clarence Woods of

w .'" BARK' 4327r.respectively.; 1| (j I Starke,. Ii ., eystone.eramlCS
-II" -, f"It M ,:AkI"1fS'- I i j.i Pancake Supper ,;' ''.* -
., !" ... ;', i JfnU' weetli ttW newly organized I St Anne' Episcopal Church .
: '- .''IIK iBER &DJ.C.: __ Fist Aid Claa'met l .
'. ; at tbejwoiman's Third Annual PancakeSupper
?.A' Friendly Bank. I in ,A frleMIYComIRUldty. Club in'Melrose, rather;.th&aFiMfeusa. ;'weced11\i.the Centro'ascn/wU1 t ; i, Classes Forming Now Beginner Lessons .free

'" ,. _'K .-, FJ .,_1> : : i-1111T : .."-as the KevtoneDpt l!bheM. 5atttrday' everlia'Feb.j 11 ;:' \: ADULTS '
Vnlun'teer FEre held Us| : sill r starting at 5 p. m. "1dth thserre ONLY PLEASE
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.- Next Tuesday-_evening,. 'el b.1 i 1'enu will consist of pancakes, 4

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1vvvvvvvv1vvvvYvvvTYvv. with-aft.overall record of 7- : Saturd ". Mrs. Swindell is i i r Kelly ; The Church is cons'deied Lake 'month with Feb nre"I t !!.'.'-t '", ....I.r 'uf I' .II
r making .I J. R. and son, Roger, and Highland 'Cora Morgan and family of : at 7:30: p .m., i"..., ; I, I! .ulis t :i F i. .1 "',
M'ELRosE: 10. Friday night ,Bell stomped her home with her on and Mrs. Beulah Kelly of. Starke. one of the oldest (churches i City last week. }116 the next meeting date. ( i:n th" i.iirr't.! .>:; ney v xvma

Melrose with of 5639. daughter-in-law Mr.' Mrs. delicious in the Black Creek Association, Orai.trtt, Jr.. I')5 Iq :' Utr'rt
a score .and A dinner ,was served. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chambers of Birthday Dinner Honors j ck.s.invSl.. ::. Fai i A 'i 1 i < 'fl. .
: .. Larry Strawn dumPed in 20 points James Swindell, while she recovers b fets, rle.frQm ,a dinins table and'tJlere should be more interesar Jacksonville ;were weekend guests Joanne Slade j i ;ginal in t'; :. '.*. rtf th P (';1 ;4 'i'
..n.-v "' """ and Joe Pete'ngl made 10 'for from her .recent illness. centred with a beautiful birthday nc thy menibera and workers.'We of Chamber's Mr. of Mr. the[ Circuit! Court nn 01 heroill.; <
I Mrs. parents; Joanne Slade daughter:
6 day of March. letn! rtth'1'->:! lu
(Continued from preceding page) the losers. The Melrose lassies tar. and Mrs. R. O. Dansjy and cake. Sixty guests Enjoyed. the will have to tell you about and .Mis. R. L. Morgan. and Mrs. J. L. Slade, celebrated .I allegations Mid CcmnUInt; ".m

lost also in a close match which son. Mickey, of Sta.rke'ere Sunday days with the Crosbys.. the 'possum that came SunthyI her eleventh I betaken as confessd by you.
end.'i.\;', I r for chicken I .Mr. and MrS. Frank Norman birthday Wednesday I.I This notice shall be published!
night-looking ,
: ended: in a 68-60 score. Saturday dinner guests of their son-in- Personals a
Fb.' 1. She guest of honorjfcr once each week for tour consecutive
and Vi ife1 Saturday
son Kay ,
Mr. and t Mrs. Rubin Ford ofMeMeekin night St. Joseph's Academy of .St. II law and daughter. Mr. .and Mrs. J .W. Harden taught the Inter: EoU}:pose. NI: barking toM us it i !dinner at their home Wednes- weeks in the Bradford County Tele!
I with the Norman's son and daugh-
spent Sunday with Mr. .was out there,. and we killed the< graph.
.' j';Augustine gained a victory ever'the Rodney Hall. mediatesud .course at Madison < ter-in-law, Mr.. and Mrs. Clinton rlg", !"ff'niI11. with eleven present Dated this 1 day: of February
and Mrs. R. V. Ford and thing before it to the
family. Bulldogs with the score of j Mr. : i Street Baptist Church last poar got 1961.
and Mrs. M. Z. Sullivan are week. I
j ksohvill fl\f dinner, and of scrabble. -
of White games
'chickens. > Ja : SKA I.
Mrs. ,Lois Rayburn and When.we brought ,,11- to ( )
50-31. Larry Strawn was once again ,* visiting relatives in Miami. { Eight awards ,!ere. ,.given ,for the!, hi visiting in Jacksonville: they all I : CHARLES A. DARBY,
have rehirned.home house to fho\v Jim what : ,
,after spending I the top scorer,- making 13 J. D. Phillips is looking after I coiuse.. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
a few weeks in Georgia with ''points. Larry Brown held second r I dog .. .nd. his wife had done, he i njoyed seeirg the 1961 edition of1lngling' Personate I KT Marian L. Crosby,
business interests 'MIami.
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friends and relatives. j. l1rand.. Mrs.. ROnnie.drlff thought. we didn't know how to'' B..is, and Barnum and Mrs. T. E. Simmons. who has 'I Deputy, Clerk
place with 7 points. I :2-! U t':3
Woman's Club Alerting I I Mr. and Mrs. Chester Searle and baby- moved Saturday from kill a possum, I guess; so he runs: :iailey Circi.,-;.. been visiting here with the R. O.i I, _

The Woman's' Club held I A home game is scheduled for spent'Monday in Gainesville the upstairs apartment of ilr.Long's I and grabs thehatchet and goes ,Sundayguests of the Frank j I I Simmons! from Chase City Va. 'I

meeting. Feb. I. Albert Baehmann a I: this Friday night with Cedar Key. Mrs. Shirley- H U 'was'admitted house across, the river to to work. on the poor little tiling, \'.rmans were their son-in-law !! left Sunday for a visit in Orlando j I II I I j I In Bradford The Court County.Of Tlie Florida CeaatrI Jde

addressed the club on the history to Bradford County Hospital' last Bradford County in_the new I! as if one killing wasn't enoughand ind daughter, Mr. and: Mrs. Lamar .j I with her son. Eugene Simmons. i'.I I In Probate .
Faith 1rcbytirIaflChurch. week housing We In He: Estate: of John XV. XVillard. )
treatm project.
manufacture, and multiple uses for nt. hope they me trying'all the time. to tell Reddish: and daughter Karen !( Mr. and Mrs. Simmons drove up Deceased.Xntl .

of paper. A memorial service for. Meiro Mr. and Mrs. Fred"E, Francis will- enjoy their new.home. II him it was already dead. ,That )f Eustis. I from Orlando:! Sunday to visit !(.e Of filing "'.)fiUon Fr...

Mrs. Catherine Price- I Sunday services-Churcn Sr"oo! Jr. of Ft. Myers visited Mrs Rho- Friends: G-annie G een. Mrs. I PoSsum sure didn't dream ,any I I relatives here bffore driving ba k. Final nisHmrge Of dmlnlfltratrlTo
and Walter I I : Mr. and Airs. L. C. and
Becker was conducted by Clnb 6:45 a.m. Morning XVorshin. 1) I 3a Dampier! Saturday afternoon.Mrs. .- Ray Cooper' mother. will be in- :]I horrid dreams, or awake with a -ons visited! Sunday;. Sapp with Mrs.app's || Nell Crews of Jacksonville spent j !' otili"All) I Whom hereby It May given Concern thai: I

chaplain Mrs. Ernest am. Rev. Jair s R. Neale Jr., pa* : H. F. Cioyeisettle and children terested' to know that.she. is very headache after that. :; j] last weekend here with Mrs. Ethel i i have filed my final: returns as administratrix .
Bartlett.A brother-in-law and sister. '
visited the former's father, ill at her home near Jasper. If But we still haven't seen' the of the estare of John
very 1succesful 12 table bridge tor. ilr,. and Mrs. Allen Wiggins of j Tidwell and:! Miss: Betty Durling. :: XV. XVillard, deceased: that T have
W. C. Loper who is seriously ill ini I anyone; would like, ,ta drop her a panther the folks in Green, Cove .I: tiled my petition for final discharge,

party was conducted by Mrs. J hn Palatka hospital. i I"ftrd her address is Rt. 4. Jasper,j f.Springs .are going to send us facksonville.Pvi.) i I!!I and. that I will apply to the Honor?
Dottle: : County Judge
Scully, and '
MELROSK Mr. and Mrs. James A. Gnahn .Fla.;L .1 Where is it- Glen\\Moore of Fort Jack- XOTIPR TO nEFp.so I I'of Uradford County, Florida at

Miss Bessie Rutherford.The Cmtlt'Il. : Sr. and children, Mr. and, Mrs. Edwin Mayton, son;,of Ry...and it' i' '. !J'; .. f ', x>n, S. C. was the weekend guest In rirrnlt Court. Bradford. ,. ('nuo1)'. .. ln:0.: o'rlix-k. ;; A. M. on February !@,
In ('hODt'
next, meeting of the Wo ........yyyy... ...... his i ::. I6l, for approval I of the Fame anI
Mrs.E,: parents, JIr, and Mrs. Cor-
man's Sundav 10 a.n., ChurcJ, Ernest Triest and children, and_ : F.Mayton.: was ,dlstharg-: Case No. 1291tOnlvln ) I I for final 1 diwharge as admtnistra*
Club will be held Feb. lwith lelious' Moore and'fam K. Torman Plaintiff vs. ; trix of the estate!' of John XX. XVIf-
Carl. Swisher School. iila ajn. Morning Pray Richey Hall spnt Sunday after- ed4O1ntheNavy. at .Newport, .R. Lorftfa Mae Torman. P..fl'ndant.I lard, deceased.
as guest speaker. ei and Sermon (Firs Sunday noon in Jacksonvlle.Mr. I. last week. He is now.visiting his 1itlL R ONH Mr- and Mrs. Robert Judd and :NOTICE TO APPKAR !. This! Janaury Ifi. lfil.!

His topic will be Education. I Huly Communion). 6 p.m.. Episcopa and Mrs. SHney.Gri'ffis.and. paferifs. xirt. 'Robert Earl of Jacksonville To: '.retta Mac Torman. whn.e! : PATRICIA MARY HYMAX tAdministratrix
School News rp"klAnoe and .addrpss Is: lit 1 Box
nf the of
January ,23 Young Churchmen. children of Starke spent Sunday Charlie Burnett .entered Brad- By' Jiln. llnrvt-y MrCartb visited Sunday with his biother- :::C5. St. Albans. West VlrKinia. j I John XV. XVillard. deceased.Hollis e. .l iate

was 4-H County Holy Days 10 a. m. Hol with the J. D., Griffis family.Mr. ford County Hospital .Monday, n-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. You are hereby notified that a' X*. Knight. *

Demonstration Day in Crescent Communion.The and Mrs. H. F. Cloversettie where he will undergo surgery. We ... ... ..... ... .b. hI.... Cornelious Moore and family and suit for:you dlvone in has th > above ben filed named against tarke.Attorney Florida Admlnlsfrotrix.. _,
City. Through the demonstrations
day Rev. Millard II. Breyfogle and children spent Sunday in all- wish him a speedy recovery Howdy; Neighbors. My heart is Mr. Judd's parents Mr. and Mrs. Court and cause and you ar. rp1 1-19/ 61 : !
were given and talent was Vicar. Jacksonville with his mother, Mrs. Friday night-guests.of Rev. aridMrs' so full with love and gratitudefor D. A. Judd. -- ___ _ _
displayed. Those attending from 1 Hettie -' 1\.ra ton and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby White and
MHJS Jones. were Rev Mrs. each of you that I cannot find I
incluied: Priscilla White I. I The Jet Cadets of Bible School l Fiances Pickett of White 5pr !1gs. words to express how very happy Children of Brooksville visited I AMBULANCE SERVICFPHONE

Lyn Goodbread, .Sandy:! Read.MaudieyTyre. FIRST METHODIST C1OJRCH : Joyed a weiner roast at the community Mr., and Mrs. BurtLs Kldd and you made: me Frday evening whenI luring the weekend with their WO 4-2600

and Gloria White. MELROSE children Barents. Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Norman I
The i center Monday afternoon. of Jacksonville visited was honored with a stork shower -
Home Economics Department Mrs. Kidd parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
given by Mrs. .Morris Carter.
Sunday, 9:45: a. m.. Churcn
is.makinj plan for a fashion ............. w........ C M. Burnett, 1 st..Sundai. White.
i : School for all ages. 11 a. m.. Mrs. R. L. :Morgan arid Mrs. L. DeWifl C. Jones
show to-;'tis "held F '). 27. The Those in Registered: Funeral Director
Morning 6:30 Mrs. E. F. Mayton and Mrs. C. Sapp in the. Florida of hospitals are Mrs.
Worship. : p. m. room
ahow will
sponsored by Vogue I FARMBy Buford -Mitchell .Amanda Crcsby's sister-in-law Starke. Fla.
f fashion and' Youth Fellowship. STATE entertained with the Carter home. [See Socialpage
*; the Melrose Wo :
a luncheon at the home'of" Mrs. Mirtie Billiard, in the hos-
man's Club. Wednesday, 7:30: p. m., Bible Mrs. ]. .May I take, this opportunity r Rental) Service: Hospital Beds. Wheel Chairs, Cratche
.. O. E. Mayton for Circle 3 of the Starke to again thank that were oital in Plant City in very serious ..
On Wed.. .Feb. 1. four Student Study and Prayer Meeting.Rev. Croaby&AAL4AAAAALAAAL44ALa I you '- -
Methodist 'ondition. Charlie -
: Gaskins -
Church last present and each of the ladles was ,
Council Ted Springer, Pastoi
members.. Larry Strawn. day?; Twenty-two wedneS-j reported improving from his re- i
attejnd for
Joe-Fitter : guests- : :: Unable to a: the. many I '

and Pale Angle.Sandra Falling their-Ridaught. ..'ivv'vv..v ,vyVvVVVVV1EESSA.. Surprise_ Birthday .Dinner. sent' l lovely gifts I ceived. My very ent heart attack, he is in Walk- ; Attention Livestock
with 'Producers
sponsor : i er'sMemorial ; !
The entre Hospital of Avon
tomes : ind Family Reunion : community expresses special "thanks to the three hos- ;
Beckwent. to Palatkato ;
;:. Mis;. 0.. R.' Crosby surprised her deep sympathy ,the family of tesses for all the preparations and ark. Also my brother-in-'aw, M.

present resolution. to the lusband last Sunday with a birtH- P4.D, 'Farther in their l loss. Air. planning of this charming shower E. Weldon of Tallahassee, sufferng If you have hogs or --
County Board of Commissioners '
for fill dirt: to on.the football fay dinner and, family reunion. Faheher was' employed ,at the I and the beautiful bassinet they with heart trouble. : cattle to sell now or in .

0" field-] o.-that the--put' By: Ruth GriffU Joining him 'with birthdays-in farmfbr., many years before hisfetiremerit. presented me. ...y. .yyy.yyyyyy-I 1 the future please contact _ _
boy* would not .y .
; liAye: to. pjay in ,standing water i iTheresolution .j&A &.&..j &&A..&&. February were "hs sister"inrlaw,f .. Mrs. Johnny Corwarfc Jr. was I one of the buyersat ,.

Mrs., Ttresa Crosby ant: '11ec s, :Rv; E; P.. May ton-was guestii'eakr hostess to a Stanley Party last PTiu1r Copeland Sausage _
was passed. Mrs. Floy Sullixari entered : 'A w \ I
The'gymnasium has been I Riverside VIrs.: Helen Crosby ahi Mrs. Jen at !the MethodIst 1l'sClub'fn 'Tuesday evening ,at her home. Company and give them ,...
resurft4 Hospital Jacksonvill?
the : aie Maude Norman of Starke, andMr. Crescent. City last Friday Prizes were, awarded throughout an opportunity to buy
,bjf newly organized j Tuesday for observation and
otr and Mrs. Marcus Conner of night. t the'evening .by the Stanley representatives. .. i'1 :Sirs. D. F.. Hill II I
Club. The. first livestock.
; game toil i treatment.Mrs. : your
I Starke, and another 'ni cMrs.. ? -Community: Club met Tuesa"ay Mrs. Cowart served I,
refreshments -
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l blyd. .on !the new flow:; is the Bes. ie Cochrane of Cord : twnoan 4 .*****.
Judy Crosby of Jacksonville.. : at-2 'clock .in the to her guests. I COPELAND OFFERS YOU
Cr. Key,game, .Friday night. I J le. Ga.., and .son..Allen, of AI'bany r' house
clul for the
those regular monthIymeet1ng. please don't old fampton Youth Club
Among' enjoring"the forget those
.'1'li FJA ;'met: ;with ,the FFA to ; Ga. spent the. weekend at t : IW I 4 BiG ADVANTAGES !
together I Christmas are Party Friday
djicuss';pkhs for"..th ..ranpa: Fair|4 their home here, were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn ,. ... .- ..... .. 4'.' carJs.. They. needed
Stanley arid son VMrVaridvMrs.. ; -*- for foreign missionary"'work Fourteen( I'were present last Fri-i I..
s'wereinadetor .. ,...iltkA; ;; : amgng
tI : a Har- j Mr. and Mrs. H. W.. Packhamof .4 + 1. Cash market
lay -evening. !
small'chlldren day.
''DAhe .in.which" Russell Crosby, and Mr..and 'MriJ. Remember when the Hampton every
a western Jacksonville -visited his mother
't'rtf i H.:Spence and.daughter'Diane: e, .: : all messages and .signatures riit s' Youtl Club had .its frat party at'' 2. No commission.
ity 8Q
will be
| lea Mrs. W. W. Packhim: Sunday. VuJ: Li .
4.irl' t :fI I aft ill of Jacksonville '
I 1Acg1 Lbse, Two- j j'triumphed rnoon W. ;, : B.. Kelly and da gfitels: Mr. not, destroyed your cards please d. and refreshments of cake. 3. Special consideration given to meat
Mrs. H. Hall ,and daughter,
and Mrs. Vincent ,Eelly ,And Mr. .itA.; J. L't. dU.(uIL !leave i them at .the church or give ndwiches, potato t chips cookies.
Jean visited! type
over the Mrs. : '
and Mrs.. Johnnie Mack ketfy.Mr. i- : .. 2 ,"' .t. z.1w .('J.' them to me so'Hhey can bes nt md: soft drinks' were served. ;
on. 'this. Weekend. .. to leave Mrs.. Dade .Swindell in _Starke, ..-.6 ..... .. &M.: .. 4. Can furnish for
'' oversea Would to' those hauling
'--- -------'-- -'- -------- ----------- : and.'Mrs. Jim 'Raulersoh_ and i ijaby I We like havethemas present .ipclu ied.Mrs. On-

..,'......- ''!'. .". ,,.,.,': '':' .... '' .) all ,of Ga1n ,Ule, shermkn i : 'have ''seen '.quife a-;',bit: :'off soon/as. passible. : ., udPi\rker. Mrs!: FVP. Lott, and ; quantities. .
Crosby anti Rev.: and K 11's.. J. '.w.1 j f HnokVIn the wooiJaMately l : Some Jippj* i u''1l d'your hurkAre.. frS. A.:;E. Edwards in addition'

: :;:Q vrolet I 4$ OldsmObile Hurse" of. Lake Butter} .; ,Mr.' and'Irs. ';,ofYiti k cdurse U-wlld fi s,.but .planning'to ber. with Heilbrohn '0':'the..yoiing .people.An I CALL COLLECT HO 2-3011

> Jimmy Crosby, ana son, ,Mr. ,;: fndst i ; telieve, 'is'controlled buthj for.our annual Homecoming. Day, extra meeting was held on

rl";.''.' and Mrs. Floyd Crosby/and4son. j iPS>m.Sayr '-several places last*week I on Sunday. March 5. SingIng will Thursday evening last week, to 0 CLAUDE PHILLIPS THERON HUDSON

AUTHORIZED Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Crosby and ;; where the men' were burning the ;start immediately after Sunday complete.] Qlans for the party, with 0 PRESTON POLK

children of Starke; Mr. and Mrs. timber lands, getting rid of some :School, continuing till 1 p. m.. 0 present.

.. SALES PARTS 9 SERVICE F. M. Norman Jr., Mr., and Mrs. I I of,tMgra3 and weeds" ,,,, 'ell'as .when 3 ;basket.dihner willbe.ser.yei. : .- The club, a recreation group for

: -, Marcus Conner and.children; Mr,1 I undeifcrusb, : :' ;at: the; rear .of rthe"! Church iges 13-19 welcomes parents to

; Qur.hop'ls Complete and Modern .and. Mrs. L. A. 'Crosby and chilI!,I :'Letand, MZhhlec'Moore;>!and,.Blgirf -- ;After 'dinner, mo:*" singing7 will 1 itiend its meetings, to learn of CopelandS1UStECOMPANY

I dren and Grannie McRae'' of Bay .,tang :Were" 'in: Jacksonville) be j&nJoyed.;Come and.beylfhus.an : activities of. the group. The club
flflpfl"T'- : : CHEVROLET. AND less Hiway. ; also Mrs. Annie Alvarez last :.Thursday /:on 'businessJohnc'knd / : r b rig:your .sirigers.' ., :,.. z rneets at the.. town hall on the first ;; : I ALACIWJA. FLORIDA
S ;;and daughter, Carolyn. : ; Betty Brumbdatffperit. -. ;Snn -services! at He'ilbrbhn ;and :third 'Thursdays of each ------- -, _-.w.__.___ r- 1 r
OLDSMOBILEPh. : flle"" with --
IJJDt'JXI f tfpm-.and
1.11'5'1 f. night : -.i -
VV. T. Crosby and William Church: were rip es lye'-and In-

Cove'Springs: Ph. 3033 of Starke; Mr.; and Mrs. M. I l Dad Strickland'Wednesday of "spiring. After the pastor's messageS

Johns of Lake Butler;. .and ;; lastveeky alter wehad lone to j 1daf morning th6 deacons'of I
Mis.j rc' .
f Macclenny and: brought "Pa "
i ih .Jim"I
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-. t.. ..;.. (. :.- ;; ;;-: :;:: :-:=.... H : .. ..... M Hi tI, Home.- .' -" I(the. church presented. Rex Brook- '3 1 w J/ -
t )'i 'r--,. : ; -'p1<*: 11n. his minister's license to \G/ w lv i -
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I :1''T'v Mrs. W. D. Jones of Green '
.L j : '. : 'I' preach the word of God.: Heilfiroiui 'N./ .
.t :
: $
f",.:-... .' ... < I Springs was in the. Clay fill seci. VALENTINE
- ,'+. '.. .. ':.: .1, I !church is honored to havEthis 1A1PflN I
.c ," .. .' '.','... : tion Thursday 'of tost week, call-.
-, :\ -t. '. .x'fi...; of licensing Rex
"'"""W$ '. ' :' ." ,. ,: ,;I : *" -9.5. old.! friends.Mrs. opportunity ;

--- tdL .-. .. ':, "f :> ".'. ': y< '. ':.:'...::,:i l,.t 1 1y.i! ;i teacher-- .. \pdwelmonj at .Clay ;Hill'Ol.1r.,. :called primary' on Brookjn each .of*us into-wish. the him ministry success., and:! ,'-IflLUUI1SPECIAL / ')

- with Heilbronri
:- Come and
\4 ; worship -
-I '"- .Y. 'i I F aye England'Wednesiay of last ,
&t'i V : ; week,and said she -.-.wanted me j ,fottach church soon-You, are want ? cSs) MONTH ( I

1 ., .. :.:.-,' .. her to crochet. "W'e ,just ed. .needed .and always welcome. Z1JTflf
- -f > wonder : Remember our pastor. Rev. Luther AfT11 SMALL DOWlt PATMEIIT) 4
1I1W1-I 'ft i.- .w .ii if we can atop talking ZARMPr415t
-- "' li! :'flr1 rzi :' k't i_ t! Idng enough to get ,any instruc-. Av McGee, will deliver the radio \ BRINGS YOU ALL

- ,:k', ii r-A' I w i tfons given? message over: the local station THESEVALENTINES / :

N : H.' W I'' ,.Rev. George Chfcm was calling this Sunday from 5:45't: 6 p..m

., I' on friends. .in the'.Clay Hill; sec. ,Miss Evelynia Sweat, daughterof : ,

. i I )v : I bops Wednesday of last week. Mrs.. Irma Knight of our community -

- 'U I W I I I Il .?t ... /Rudolph Whitehead wai {!oit"of and Ray Brown, son of
- .' t\YI j- rop; riissi6n- iat: week tit his Mr. and Mrs. .Ray wn'of Mac-: ,' 'l"

I ? k _z_ j4 \' -- I tJJttt: 'w'I.bit to/bring uiwood cle U Y. will be united in matrimony <

I : loct'- &l .. ..tie. last. of, the \yee. / Saturday evening; Feb..' 11 .

\ t L I. H pe'he is better fcy now;,. I,at HeiJbronn Baptist Churchw1th

; i Saw. in. :ifasst wiek'sTeltgrapb: '. y. McGee 'performing 'thic2Qn

S4 : W.sai'Mctjarvey'ha* (what fce ; A reception,:win f llowittIJe

: j thinks relfiane"'etraiigh'healTt t i home of.Mr, and Mis Pur-

b f dog .f'enne .' WelV"if fcis.aren't. vis ore n. No .tavitatio'ns havebeen

,I -: I I'N large .enough to ffll the o'rifer, .sent All :relatives and -

Jw1 he,-'Shouldcome. and See some 'we friends of the couple are cordially ,,.- I'/

______ _____ -- S have V It seems the.scientist* have: invited to attend.. tI_, t ,, 7i ,
-1c- iJ_ I sound a use.for.almost everything, ..'Miss' Sweat was honored Monday -
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4iid wonder ,
we. don't
--- -.---- why they : go evening with -a. delightful, : ]-

p 1 to. wotJ .on the.dog fenneW.:: We linen, shower given by. Mrs. Earl

.. 1 4ave .sonic we think could ahdosti Crawford'aM' Mfi Charlie Crews
i ell for pulpwood! ( Social '
See page'.l ..
Ernie :Padgett eiter d. J.1UTI41edLilCeftter 1 ', Harvey's.: ffiotKer; Mrs: L n4 \

::H W'' many times has! Hi* A1 i reatraent, for'.cancer.last. kid Week. fneiilfiko fot McCarthy. zisterMt.!- and his and br. '.Mrs therInlawan \ ; ,John' :. +4N : V'

tellsu* 11C1 ft );;' _
HJgWand StiUwpJ1 l.>nd children"of Fernan- .
#uit&;, very. .ilL *S&relJ: .hope ari ,.*o4 Tutor $SW--
J ; xaha'Seach.visited in our home with optional [(
: :. : 'tsaved .your alf.? 1hi'fo1k .' ; Shown
are .bett : oiuWeU Mtttirv
:. : Sunday. whit -n-----
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: t \ : ,. we wert- .able B. attend ;
fete with the sweetest deals in town!
,. ''inidaySchool ,and*.ihurch"ery- .Weekend guest\ of Mr;,and Mrs catenating F con% SWeet success .

i loim,(>h6uiwhcathdUiUar. : i inthccir' YOU know,.of course that half, !the famifietiaLL 'i i '' ..Highland 'jut' '.Bucday), ; E.: 'c, [.Ernie. and ]grandson Johns ,2nd. Ronnie! :son.ttarred. .. :Because j : Falcon's. A1 rlca'. lettregular gas .4,000 miles between

., ,:yoU get that "extra.meruT feeling..You. America save ihein. .' ;, t3--"Si : tfl&to' hare so :9f .eft', i& Jtirnf: 4aaghfer; tts.tA.Hnn4 idZtR9'' omp' cl'we. 'Ford Dealers oil changes. Don't miss our Valen-

< ,."IfipwiTffiaiS-tE; i ame way your friend-the .Vwit siH.Green'Stamps: make it jpoaible i. !!,. f : }.iim' !" bk..wft. UI.' 0t1$1Lur Sat- ire.. offering. &. Falcon Valentine tine Specials on Falcon wagons.

',, .1. ami.ce! ,itktion dealcr-fesls when.you stop by for you.to tndoie.from'.over;.1,500jop--? (. mOng' tm; i14s.ffl wete*:. IaniStrlck.aL8O1 diA.1'iLTtd :: :- rat1d'lt1litJd the,J hnS' SpkiaJat:: a with price you hjgb won't trtdeoh.be Come our Falcon see'how Valentine much you Special.save ,
resist sky
Able -
/." toim." > .quaUty, amou<.brand-name ntm3 !t you r': '. .l ftraf' otfierii. niif- soa.and;dAughieHn-JaWi. Mr...and to Offer ends February 14!

t .'. ,:", ..tVpTer tfieyeart.you\e i probably com:t to' S&H: Green. Stamp_ \ nptioaStor *'/;,'/:-' stt6** -y&f. t :.6t'l&nki. Mt .. Morrii Johns: : hdon, H r- allowances'' Falcon.saves-"up. ; to .$.5O5.* over eSinJi/&ei poi i/rf<-rfeo.trfB twii" "orf*,

tikiCypurierVice.jtation dealer .much -- ..' Ofif.fa MK i mt fr. M1U( jnari; Tlsited' SatuixfeV afternoon, c. haler.OI fOlllcotic IrOftslllfssiMI/tId d.hic. ',n
.-* pretty ; .:-. ,. ..; 1.ti -- kiriie"Other-Compacts.' Fact IS, lt'8 tS0st4.., temporhcn 0'maaiitacv* '''is.oIeJ .....Qlredft

f.' : ;foV.jjaottdi-whth jour kids are'riding FLOkADtVlO! < ,:'r :' : .b... -. ; ,'e'i. bf'JacksonTQte.AAwfeli46Cguesii6t'as..t| LoL. America's JQwest-priced f 6. ,*d.Jii.'vi prleel Cll50 u.w r..,'''''',.W.sedan. .

<:" 'witiyp; ) *.*?t1'1 y-bu glad you'took lus advice Sperry! andHutchiriwnCompanyFlorida i .,' : ,iS':. 'flrs $1'ttt: pajssfenger And you'll' .go
family w4sMJ& Marta
/ poi .and Db\LER
< TH/ea'tdv thIs diureii; la *eyrt'tbe : _
-i ._'' ''' ..toil.' .hid jyourbraXcJi.chwked-6: ': : | .iuggef- 3I.! Avenu.Tompo', 'FortdaI .( :'_1. ..,... .' '!eek-':ani; puu'UitV"v': rcfltlenZ1 ftorMni.Jtbq visitinirdaringthe -uRt .30 1 miles 1 :oa ;a gallon *. SEE YOUR FRIENDLYTERWILLEGAR PURU .

I I ;:;' usipa1ithoultthcyma1stcmtobe'I; ; ; o'1... ,; U1e' "r''Class'aahi4u Mar.iGtiffia :: : weekend. re.Mrt

.- ...' : k.'lIj'. .. .!. saved" your life. not than l .'His'. -' # : : '; "''.' :.1: :..:-r: tl i WSiS.r 'b\ :i ..! Wa't: rin-law 'And .daugbtew. .
r.: < A ,
l I ... !: ,,i M''OU1'Mltty- '11.more- ;than," ntcres*: 4)4' l nil,.ifIJOq.o IIItl'l/ll1t.oi4JtiJJ 61"1.,11 i .<.1t /:" .'.''_>. We f.11xxally:' wour4 up 'ittojiit.b ::.: ni .Mrs" : ,Earl. :Nonaa. n'o.! MOTORS I I2:00W.

., .' m i eUstOmer-1t'3' OCtQ a ,OU I frieftd.\ ."' iicu1I9 '' ,' 'J : !i ... :'J.d -' 'in4. e ffi:ie1, ;"':':'I :
Dr :
j .. i I..( {:!ti.i... .. aMEN.' .. (-;'i "o? bui.w 4 si ..ri.Giilcl4; 't 1 1i l y 1ftf4. ,'.L isCo:, ::.im" IPearsonend f, .,

I. \ :( ]!'"'! t y Rtuab l ."extri":jt ourpwn: S :, .:. '<..:. .:':. j '. !'i m'btiieS: : 1' .$ J1 i t f f41thkek: .for Th'c. : JV1ADISON: i sf. STARKE FLA.
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f i'J>(aiioa gives.you,S&H Oreen Stamps : .. : <::" < .:; r riiy# ait.inth j : !:'P*auJ ..si1t.:;;; orc'oWpa; Tra1nkg. .. !" '
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J.. I..i.i ", .THE MAN Wh6 'KNOW* YOU! I *y..sVtVi$,i U$1: ir.\: : : .' :;11' ; .. 1... 'ft % '. 4s4t.. .r ta't 1 .' .. "" 1oT lf : intefcsfelin: an Aiii Car be sure !10 sae your Ford Dcalerrr -*
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I < ''ff'ii" ,. ._v ",_ ,' ": ish as high as the previous year. '
Professors And Ten Forest FiresI < ., 'Tr : I .
."'"" : -.: : :; The board took part In the

;Keystone Tied Fought In Jan. .,. .t1b1 : ..1: : Bradford Comity FaIr.' cooperated. I i I II

fiiiS Ii -&.. ____ with the Farm Bureau and the

ltn City League TF'"H'T F-rr.-t Senici : I Cattlemen's Association anj assisted '
: ..
fought ten wildfires in Bradford V.U, _ ;! in backing the local entry;
The Professors ran over the County-during Januir fcr a total .1 t i I
I I n th:? FFA Fat Stock Show and
juniors 4j-31 and Keyitoas: edged of 65 au"> barnr3, Itanr: '. 4 ,. F1 : ______ j
)PiesbyteiLn 2J-26 to suy: Us4 Jimmy Ho&rs rcpmed yesterday.Ouv >> ftzzr $-; 3aJ".
: .
"The work of the b'arJ\ not
.dn the C.ty Bask2tball Leagu3 of the ten fires, seven '4 :tIIt '

3"ad, while Lawtey IGO.I: i L.i iTjnd: nap rause: b" cscapc-d cnitroll'.dbinning spectacular," the supervisors state, I

straight win 40-27 over the or brush bamin in bacl: 1ra2 !! "We have no big project, com- '
.'S nicl's. ulete with 'b fore' and 'after' 'pictures Dependable -- EconomicalPHONE
:\ard5. Hcd e.? aid, and! the other-! -
The Juniors lod the Professor thr c'Cl'e delrately: : sst.KansPi rt __ and henrc. the results are j
WO 4-1301: NIGHT WO 4-2411
'!9-8 at the ('l U ci the: fira. q-janer. Ho''ss: cilled :attention) ;:T: S not plainly evident. I

.,but manl' !d to score only 5 to section 590.09 of Florida laws ;, "However the board I Is helping :'I'' CITY OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT.

JJiuts: while the! Fraressois: rack- ro'.vrn.ng: Toiest fires, which! :; to conserve the natural resources -

rcl up 17 pointy' in the second per- rrads: : "Aro-vin? fire to e capaJ! : of the county, making equipment .- -- S1---- -
I i for that purpo. available to landowners i rll' _
This was fnaagh: to put tlia It is unlawful for any puson t3 [I _
game on ice. Edward Akridga's 10fjpints at mcdpst cost, and cooperating -
be set wilfUllY
5et fre: or cause to "
: was lu' h: for th,? Pralessors : or rarelts-ly a fire within: ths'' 1 pJ: with all other, agencies, S

while his bro'hrrs, U.ck: and ron!:m's of rphv; o! way: nf any ,>I 1 : :* t l th"The' supprvi board: *wishes state.to thank all I. STARKETYPEWRITER -.

"Edgarere right behind:: him railroad .r 43k ___ _
:mbl he or state load:: or 3 :
those who have worked duringthe !
i ; h P4Cii. ,)lr m i (Pfta-': :] pomiwas ether phte. and allow u .
or in any '
I ke real soil
$ year to nv
high for the Juniors. "
,i to escape to jomin land. ration a rralttv! in conser'I.'I.I i
Dean Acit er :sank! Miots at the' for carelessly setting -
The penalty: "
Conspv ion District. the report
tfnd of each period aj l'aj buzzer: wild! fires is a fine up to $200or ::! w4 1,1 1,1conclujed. SERVICE

sounded to ____ _
keep Presbyterian by imprisonment in the county I
'v/iihin on" p-int: of Keystone. In jail for a period net to exceed 90 !

the third period;!, however, PiesbyJterlan liq t o. or hv both such fme and'' -. Council Agrees! To 301 WALNUT ST. PHONE WO 9.2191

: smgrd' ; ?head lot what imprisonment at the discretion

looked like an upset, but Keystone i
of the court. _
,, --
:'Jield them to two: poInts: in ths? --'---------- :
for pveryone TYPEWRITERS
"It is very costly Rec Site t ,,;
last quaitrr for the victory. Cal- concerned when a wild fire 2nd Annual Science Fair Fair. I I Buy ,;.J'

'vin Osteen's 18 points were high strikes" Hodges said. "Tho Flori-' : .Pins will be awarded the first :
,for place winners during assembly:
Keystone, while Wayne Sapp.
da Forest Service urges every per-I t from One]
with 14, and Acker with 9 were son in the county to be very care- Winning Projects ToldPictured ,Friday at school, and alternates: I CASH

,high for Presbyterian. i will be announced.The .
: ful with fire In or near the i iweeds.
Lawtey and the Senion played I public is invited to attend hearing set; by county legislatorsfor
." I I above is BHS science High winners were Mickey Dans- : MACHINES REGISTERS
,& close game until the ast two : I the Fair Friday from 7 to 9 p. m., 10 o'clock Thursday morning.One t
student Vicki Devrick with her by. Magnetism ani Electricity, |
'minutes when although it will be open until 5 bill concerns; changing the ts
Lawtey picked
up Reinstated !
Officer j piize-winning project "Embryo- and David Dyal Cactus ard SUC-
three quick goals to insure thetxnin. I p. m. today ani Friday afternoon. ] title of the council head from
logy of the Chicken" which she culents. Four first place pins were j Serviced Cleaned RepairedALL
Johnny Bates 12 points and Chief of Police Riley Sweat announced i, entered in the Bradford County awarded in the senior division There are 130 projects entered I, president to chairman, and another -
Barry Bucholtz's 8 were high for J. i in the junior and senior divisions i would require that new ordinances -
that he had placed j I
Science Fair which got under way : [grades 9-121) and two in the I
Lawtey. Bilbo Powell and Richard W. Alvaiez back: on the police !; division. i excluding a number of elemen- be read in full once and :.
I yesterday and will run through junior high
,Dagger lej the Seniors with 10 force on a temporary basi. for a !tary that are also on display in i twice by title only. At present all WORK FULLY GUARANTEED
tomorrow night. | All six of the winning projects ordinances must be read In full'
and 6.Schedue. probationary period of 90 days. I the USO Building across from the i
'will be entered the Regional :
Other in the in
prize winners senior three times.
for Thursday Feb. 9: Alvarez was suspended on Jan. school, which represent some .
division Linda Wasdin, : Science Fair in Live Oak on i
were ;
in the of
Seniors vs Presbyterian, 6:45: 14 for 25 days for misconduct, t where neighborhood i

Keystone vs Professors, 8; Lawtey Chief Sweat said._ II I Ii Electrophoresis of Hemoglobin; March 24 and 25. Six alternates I j' 100,000 hours of work on the partof I ,

tvs' Juniors. 9:05.: I ---I|'Ii Harriet Goodman, The Human were also chosen by the judges in the students. Many of the pro- ur \ TID -

Schedule for Monday. Feb. 13: bjterian vs Professors 8; Lawtey''vs ; jects took over 100 working hoursto 1pN
p, i I Larynx and Donald: Thompson, case some of the first place : i ; .
Seniors vs Juniors. 6:45: : Pres- Keys one. 9:05.: complete! ;_ a _
-- -....-:. The Jupiter C Rocket. Junior ners cannot attend the Regional I
<.) 20 Word or less, one tune __...._________ .83 Memorials, Resolutions ____--....- 3c per word

Andrews Drug And If not paid In advance ..._______________ 1.00 (ards of Thanks, up to 50 words, _--:_?__- 2.50

Local Finance Co. Keyed or Blind Ads ___-____________.... 1.00 Over 50 words ._...._-:__------...:.... 5c per word

I I I I Each additional word over 20 .._____?____ 03 Display ads in Classified ____.:___ 1.50 per inch
erwillega Lead Midget League
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Andrews Drugs ani Local Finance -4 .__ I .\m!>i tit/us TKACHKIi teacheranted for 1 McGarvey Nursery OIT OF TOWX OUMitMXT
lead in the Re- SELU
Co. took the summer' work In your Area. Can
:! IIEDROOM; : HO JlIth one are
to ;; this 1! Annual Plants
qualify earn flOGO-flSJO
"reaticn Department's !M.dget: lot
MOTORS, Basketball: League with t.iumphs I:summer.Dean Drury Minimum 3416 guarantee.X. W. 3rd Write St. | Ornamentals and partially furnished.
I :
SWi I..w 'n'"III j meal
over Hogister Gulf Oil and Court I Ci.tiiifbville.; Fla. Up i i Perennials Will confcidep a tran..r'in trade

Shoe Repair. U. S. 301 2 Mi. N. Lawteyi 2 ml\ north on 301, turn right fnf
FOR RENT 4 bedroom, :2: bath ;;
r"lId beyond Farmers Market; 7'hIIIMIIU.
unfurnished lious-e. Conveniently located. i '- .
Andrews beat Register 22-12 nn right. CII'hA'i ) :3-l th
I Phone AVO 4-6584. 4tp 3.3 I And Summer Spuing Should
with Greg Reddish scoring all :22:: : t.*' ordered now. Xew address l, 1371 Xew :3 I P. R.: Home
or h:3: team's points. Wane Mc- SINGER SrWrXGCJJUH CO. i [ Iandjn;;. Saratoga Heights. Phone !,J9 X Thompson: St.
i :SALES AND SI3RVICE %V04-5841.! Strlig j-23:: .Fi.r Sale with smull down payment
Leod and Jimmy Moore each I'Sewing machines, Vkeu urn cleaners i j : M'>nilily; payments; to suit you or
sccrpd 6 points in their team's and Floor polishers. We service all FEMALE HELP WANTED Two will trade for jour property >n to\vu
I wake machfnes. FREE PICKUP Ladies. I part time, 1 full time, free
Richard Wainkriglit puts the ball into play for the Starke Midget seivin or out, acreage, lots or Lake pro-
losing cause. !. AND DELIVERY. Write 102 X. 'I t" travel when work here i Iii com-1 perty. Will take boat outfit or small
Local Finance came from behind lettallera! in the final seconds of last week's 33-3-1 win over Marion St Lake City, Fla. Phone pleted. Direct sales' experience de car in trade. This It real nice coml -
SSO. tfchg j sirable. Pay day every day. fall at'
i : >:It<- with bath. Or will move to
i an 8-7 score at half time to Ilamptru. I I !584> V. fherrv" St Apt 1. Starlce. Itp. jour/ hit "r acreage. Call or writeJ.
hold Court Shoe Repair to 2. Both llicliard, an eighth grader, and Donald Falcon, a seventh J; FOR SALE-IS tare building lots! l:. Wall Rt :2! Box: 269, phone
: 'For Rfnt and l hath i
on Re* ent Jtta.d. See C. C Wynn: :3; room niceI -, 195:. Lake City, Fla. tfchg
points in the second half and grade guard, who is about to receive the ball were maim tajs. in Rt. 1. Box 345.; 4tp :-\6 I I i ly furnished cottage. Available 'Feb. i -
1. ,Phone WO 4-2261 Margaret How-
von 18-10. Ronnie Tomlinson led ; Starke's offense ith their dribbling and shooting. j ard. tfchg: FOR ItSTltedroom: :! nicely: fur-
I WE HAVE a new linn tot
the winners' attack with .) points : II I farmer Loan oc( I to 6 yeaNfor nihhed. hmise with arport child. Forc.uIIf Inquire

I 'I ITAGWith while Dale Crosby and Bobby : e-: Court Shoe's scoring. Andrews Drums vs Local ,; the eotlre crMIt requirement I FOR 84I.K ) at or 7'3::with X. Thompson an infant! St. tfchg-
of mix 'con<> .
the farmer and bU fam Ready :rete. concrete block
Schedule for 9 a. m. Saturday in Finance Register Gulf vs Court ]1 .
White each had 5. Phillip Lyons'f ; < ily. GalnesTllle Production (fred> nii-n. fence J".t" san'l. cement, :
:Piid Johnny Westfall's 1 round- the Starke armory: Shoe. j i AIOIJoclaUon.. S20 :irth Main I'I Motar mix, 'r.vk steel! oyster shell.!! I II' WANTED TO LEASE ten or
In..vtJIf') Fla. *fch Unierock and Roof Gravel. Phone fifteen year, pine woods acreage
i .}' \\04-221.:; Bradford Engineering not far from Starke. '" Cyrus EHeaiu. .
Purchase Of Any Used i ticed on 750 acres, and a total of FOR SALE 2 story house with 3 IIV tfohg : Rt 2, Box:62-1, Starke.
Ii |
Board Lists Drainage Is 502,760 feet of firebreak lines lot. Some furniture Apply 61 S.,X. I -_ _. < 2tp-. %-10
| were constructed. i i Church after 5 p. m. 4tp9 i I "OR SAI.K :5 lots 114' by 93' on
Car Thursday Friday or Saturday [ I j I Polk and Myrtle m-rlb of West Pratt ,II SYLVANIA TV's
A Banker's: Award was presented RADIOS REPAIRED Abstract deed. eonard Griffih
I Sen'ice
II I Roads Main Soil to Cecil Crawford as the out- : All Make All M4el* i I 707Veit Pratt, phone WO 4-S831.; i Sales &

I Priority Problem standing soil conservation farmer ': tes.asbl"nEvKImn.1 Cages RIDIO- ..4.ra.TV.... 1! :tn :-i6 '< ST.\RKtf RADIO & TV

: i, i of the The District IIMSU 6...,.. O.r PhoneVQ 4-8311
COMPARE THESE PRICES. [Ccnlinued From Page 1] I[ (Continued from Page One] j jm I. county. 113: F.. Cull "Ml. ........ \\O 4-6M FOR SALEI uf'lnesrf'8idpntlAI'll"f'mbln1ltl E.
I "rcnrrp4 a iaui jujgini contest, "'.rll.. Fla. I Prownlee 'St n .property SiarUe. Fla at :217 C'ontatnwnr FRIGIDAIREAPPLIANCES

iril? of the D dan Church lading: "nts :an1 :25:! acres were plantedilfe and District supervisors( :' entered I, at f930 Rollo Road.: X 'rmand>
.SALE ftermiidH jnd Filial
'0 "- } fool.Controlled the Gocdvr-r E.i1. Comcrvatlon .,, 1 11"dh'j.r"n.! Ja''kw.n\lll Fla. or
to Dasn's B.ide on New River, !" *:oa hpv: V. |n. Fprg'U'-fn. "hon<>
nhono EV 4-61I.: If chg 't 1I"an: 'oTOC' Fnn )I.\LE
contest, though thv! dirt not fin- \VO 4-5571;;: tip ;-tr.
burning was prac- "
and four bridges included in the : \\'> have O\T 100.000 ni"e fruit
1958 $39 new $1,700,000 bond issue. -._-_-----",A -- ---------.-__--. COIMIM. FI.nnl.T : BEAUTIFUL HLOXDE Pi'A'21 inch trees and elirubNry IIdg Plants
MISTA.. I I",Iv F T n Florlut in stark. table TV also blonde '1 inch West- shpd tr<-*". l landscape material of
Clerk Darby stated that only ----- J.o\Vprll! wlre" anr place. Flow('r. i !inghouse consol both have new rebuilt -! quality Hundreds of Citrus trees In
W'ACON-Stock No. with fruit. See our plants
for all "ppa'onll' InoalJv Phone picture tubes. Take up pay- *ns some
those roads: included in the bond .1Sf) 4 .:..,t ,<;,, Y'.t! ""'R Vt tfchRHFAT m n.t8. Dahm'-rs Gift Shoppe, 112:! j i for quality -Azalea and Camellias!
Hast Call: St 'boilWO) 9-1771 I IH .j"f.! up (I. C Carnes Xnrs,ry. 10 ml
ioU9 have a good chance of beIn' .. '. S .. >'hg r./l*. of K a.vitflip. Heights Htvv 100
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1955 TUDOR '-uR : Jl'1II.h./f
$ anarl.loniii : I
Jg P-stlt $195 paved. The Dedan Church : 0 Plionr I'H-U4i.' Florahome Kla4t
n*' i><>o4iilo tIIlSear I fhg :32PKVTON
; .. .. FOR REXT First fl'*>r apart-
:and the Willie Reddish road are 'h p|>lfB *'ltf'1' PHnn U'O201J -
RANCH! FC313B ments. Close in desirable. Also house
"r rail at !I3 S fh-rry St. (Shell
included in the bond: issue. Doan'sBridge I' for rpnt or nale. Very easy term! FI-OBIST
) ) OftI'e.
o .
aI i :;10 X. Cherry fit tfchg j jIFOR lift M. THOMPSON "T.PIIOVM
on the Alachua-Bradford I tebgv.txTrn I ,
'v() 44ISSMP.IIT
1- -
Coim.v: line, j is also( in the bond ( REXT 2 modern farm : WO 4-W9I: .r WO '.' 23HI

1958 PLYMOUTH STA \$$1295 ssuc. That particular: bridge was "nd oier. 'Also- Used bland oil t Unta.and fittings 75 gal. i house. Located S.story,>n 3ft1 Call (fon-. ) UIRK""TI\C"'tn FMmr.ua E ,...AVYWIIF.n,WEn"!
Ins. WO 44501. j
Prop pool card TV. C. TVatson, i j er Agfncy tfchg i tfchgINTRODUCTORY
WAGON V-.-S, Radio. Heitcr, Air- Anally closed by the Alahua _
Ho\ 60S. High Spring ,and :.ct mflik '
Conditioned. Power. Stock No. P2011 ,, Ccunly road suprintendent because yt,u an' offer._. C :3tchg ?.> : FOR ttt'XT-3 room apartment or ,
--- rent' as bleeping rooms. Private util- j
i of its decrepit condition. II
I, HASTINGS (ties furnished.' Man only. Phone I OFFER
I j The bonds are to be sola sometime : __ r- MATTRESS WO 4-2493.>> It?

1953 CHEVROLET TUDOR $ I in March, Darby said, and -. ..f. .-- NEXTGASi & UPHOLSTERY WORKS Engraved Business

$1 SO i I work on these things included in ______________ 710 Lemon St. I'aUtka I -- a,, I Stationery
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Black.1 Stock No. C374A [the issue will begin soon there- t 75 Furniture .500, Letterheads
after. _ :(. :.. I S mi Repaired, Uphol- 500 Large Envelopes
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stered & Refinished
In other action at the meeting: S.- I II i 500 Business Cards


bid of six companies on countyas ? Innersprings ALL FOR 48.05

Delray. Red and White. and oil. The low bid was 18.9 I and Box Spring* '

Stock No. C376BB cents per gallon at the current Drop Ui a Card or Call Plate IncludedBRADFORD

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i Ferber Sheet.Metal Company of STARKE WO 45934MBS. a., XTELECRAPH

1954 FORD TUDOR V--8 $$195 : Jacksonville had the low bid of PEGGY 8HALLER, Starke, < von I ,8.ILB

$1,793 to construct a new roof on ., A Complete Sundry store equipment;
Blue., Stock No. FC333B the County Health Department. a Two and plate_sandttkn glas ChOW' Unit cae with''. fountain rom-

: A request by Recreation Department l..on'.S.tLi3 kedreoat block I I. renbor ROO tarbonator counter
..u.e. 11adwusd fl..,. Bfa.tlt.IIT T- Service. and back!bar, stools, booth and
PLYMOUTH I James Cities Service 1..l.<<'a',.. Path aail .ttfde' Bar-' Complete ee table, cash l't'ghter} HB Mixer, etc.
1960 SAVE $ S SClean Bloodsworth for a $500 down payment keen Pit. Price U Mil. 111:; Pratt De-Moss All prartkaily new. May be seen by
and the same amount yearly I I s.. Pllo..0. ,4-51'lol'; WO 4-5211.! Pruning Bracing. eon tact ing, Postioaater. at Melrose(
FORDOR. Heater. I 'tffhg tag Cavity Work Tree Re- Florida tchg %-U
to purchase, jointly with the city. 5.D S I moval Transplanting -
Low Mileage FOR SALE Furnished F."EH TOO LATE TO JOIN
a 23 acre tract of land on SR SUPER apartment '
house.! I apartments, '%1 rooma-5 Sapp's Tree KVEXIXO CLASSES for adults. AllubJe.t.
100 for a recreation park was baths. Two blocks'from Post Office. Surgeons .. Credit if wanted. Write
taken under advisement.The 210: NV Cite,." St. See owner J. n. ,.I PETE: aPP Owner ,Director. Pox 119, Starke, or callWO
31 More Clean Late Models To Bullington. tfchg 4.3471. or visit Adult Education -
Board agreed to amend that whatever the distance I STARKE -: PHONE \VO 4.S9R5; Oftl @. U8O BIdg. for additional
it is know
to i
reassuring _
the Bradfori County Pair Association -. How FOR REXT S bedroom nnfurnisb For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our! Information. Negro adults
to the next service station you'll make it with plenty of house, near school 855 .Clark!I Agent !(""otAr. nrlnrlnal! RJB BchooL tfchg
Charter so that person -
any Available about Mar. 1. Pbon i
Choose From may become a member, instead of I fuel to spare using Cities Service Super 5-D f New Super' T.T. 'tng. WO 4.1&11. 3tehKFORSALE -IC 224 N. Temple Phone WO 4-S965!HAVE FOR OPENING OXB MORE W 100.00 THIS AREA PERWEEK

just members of the American I 5.D is the longest mileage gasolene you can buy..notonly I I195t MAX AND I MORE 175.30

Legion. because of its new super octane, but also becauseit INCOME TAX: !SMondays : I II' PER WEEK YAM AND WE STILL

The commission wrote to Sheriff actually contains the best of every other gasolene im1provement FORD TRUCK i'I' All day Saturday::thru Fridays after 5 p. m. :: ISO HAVE.00 PRR THE WEEK OPB.VIXO WOMAN.FOR TilE AGE

Reddish inventory USED TD-6-TRACTOR Charles Uutthetton, 521 Pratt St. LIMIT :'TO $J. IP YOIT ARE
p. D. requesting an made known! A tankful of Super S-D:
: With of Pulpwood WO 4-1195 IStchg 4-13
WITH Winch. 1 Set :;
of some old bonded whiskey .- is a tankful of confidence! Come in and try it this week.| I I WITH AXD HAVE GOOD CHARACTER -
I Racks with Body. REFEREXCE. KiYBE YOU
confiscated during the war tI WANTED -K. K. or L. P. N. Nurse i CAN QUALIFY WRITE MR.
and turned over to him when he I 1 D. 'J. Parrish for relief work. 4 days a week. GREENE, MS WEST PEACHTREE
I Ii Ii Itoctors Hospital tfch? STREET NE, ATLANTA U. GEOR.GIA -
took office. The sheriff's department FLA.
MAXYILLE, ,_>t cbgd :.11
& .had been unable to get rid SILCOX BRADFORD
;P LYDE TERWILLEGAR% of the whiskey since it is unlaw- ; .5 i I unfurnished FOR REXT bouse.- Refrigerator Xic S bedroom In- s BUILDING- SUPPLY WORTH THE TRIP?

ful to pour out bonded liquor and i !, dud d. JSO month. Call WO 'JS3WANT I ALL. TYPE BUILDING Mobile Homes-Always below
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opposition arose to selling it for MATERIALS : market, and clean.
medicinal purposes. Remodeling Repairs
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i : within City
three bedroom home TRAILER PARK
Limits. 14wdown payment Call I FREE ESTIMATES
TODAY! Cash paid for rood OMUU cotton WO 4-MSI Rt. La wtey. _Up I.| On New Construction 1 mi. SE of Keystone Hts.
racsNo Khaki or wool 705 Temple A vt. Starke, Fla. Route 100'I
.>::, Harris Paints on
I Bring.to Bradford .County Teletrapb. t ""' ..;' 1 1I I I LEARN way. phone TO FLY-ConUct WO '4.4051, Lacy Itch Con-! : DeVoe & ,I

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