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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 29, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I 3. 7 Million i i In Construction' Seen For 67Bradford



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County's new If the three do keep their spaces! provided Initially. schools were let last week to tween $1 3 and $1.7 million. petted, at the present rate
courthouse and continuing campaign promise. The building would be 90 Harris and Harris Construction Projects already! completedare to outgrow the present plant
school building program County Clerk Charles Dar by 176 feet and 33.000 square Company of Jacksonville : a new physical educa- capacity within two years.
head a. list of 16 projects 1.0- by says state law prohibits feet of space on two floors. with 225 working days tion building at Bradford Another. $20.000 will be _
talingover $3.7 million spending public funds to Space would be provided:! fora given for completion. High, and major additions at spent resurfacing various city
slated to be poured into construction sponsor an election on any future county Jail on the Bids will be asked In Jan- Starke Elementary. and streets.A I Is
during 1967. issue which can be decidedby property.A uary on a $325.000 vocation- Southside Elementary, Law- new 221.648 National
In spite of the continuing the Commission unless county maintenanceshop al-technical school to be tey Junior High, and Ander- Guard Armory is under con-
controversy over the courthouse the vote is okayed:! by the is already going up and built on the Conway Airport son Junior High. In additionto struction on Edwards Road
issue, plans for the Legislature and placed on the will be 25 per cent completeby property. That project will the new building exten- with Trlest Construction Co.
proposed new mllion dollar ballot in a general election. next Tuesday. The prefab be financed totally with sive Improvements were of Keystone Heights as contractor -
building seem to be going Therefore, the voters prob- steel shop is being constructed state and:! federal funds. made In the. high school It Is expected to be
steadily forward behind the ably missed their chance in by Trlest Construction Finally. Bradford High gymnasium music and band completed by mid-1967, and
Impetus given the project by November unless the new Co. of Keystone Heightsat School will be renovated at a room, walkways were installed will contain 15.880 square
County Commissioners Jer- majority can come up witha a. cost of $2 ,844, cost of between $300,000 and in some buildings, and a feet Including offices, class-
ome Johns George Roberts, new wrinkle Bradford's school construc- 500000. More race track revenue new lighting system was Installed rooms, restrooms, and show-
and Dave Shuford. Threat of Architect Frank George tion program will still be in certificates will be Issued nt the! football field. ers. It will have a drill hall
a change In the present 3-2 presented schematic drawingson high gear next year fl.tE'I' for that project. and the The City of Starke will of 7.000 square feet.
balance of power over Commissioners the courthouse complex on nearly a million dollar being School Board Is already negotiating spend $630,000 on a new 2.- The armory will be financed -
Jessie Chastain the. American Legion property spent in '66. Completing the with their fiscal 000 KWH generator for the by state and federal
and Zedra Hamilton still at the Dec. 6 Commis- major construction programin agents, Barcus & Kindred of power plant and an additionto funds. Two ronntrurtion. .
new
project under
hangs but county voters are! sion meeting Indicating the '67 will be a joint projectof Miami, for the additional house the new machine. Over $600.000 will go into now way: (at top)
unlikely, because of state new courthouse would faceU. new schools at Brook funds. Thecity's power require- three secondary road projectsset BUS |physical education facility, now nearing completions I and
law, to get chance to 'vote S. 301 with setback .of below) new Sturke, National Guard Armory conotruetlolt ouEdwards
a a and Hampton costing 339. The total school contruc- ments have doubled In the for '67 by the county.
on the courthouse site even 150 feet, and 113 parkinga 650. Contracts on the two tion program will cost be- last eight years and are ex- [Continued On Page FourJ J Koad.



New Gas Tax Distribution Will Hurt




BRADFORD *COUNTY* $90,000 Loss Seen



Official County Publication Established In 1879


VOLUME EIGHTY-EIGHT STARKE, FLORIDA TIU'RHDAV, IKC. 29, 19(10( NUMUKlt: : TMKNTY-SEVKN:
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At Hampton, Brooker r:

will hurt us very, very badly," was County Clerk Charles Darby's immediate

reaction to Bradford County's projected $ OOOO loss: in gas tax revenue under $the
Sites Cleared revised formula written into the proposed new State (Constitution.

The lOBS if the Legislature
approves the plan of the 37- big counties would get a to make any prognostica
member Constitutional Re- lion's share of the fund tlons. I'll Just say It'll hurt
Bids Let For vision Committee, will; meana which amounted to $47.8 us" very, very badly."
loss to Bradford County of million statewide this year. The new plan Is reportedto
37.5 per cent of its secondaryroad Some smaU counties would meet the criteria set; by
funds. Those funds get more than. they are receiving Oov-Elcct Claude Kirk for

New SchoolsCounty amounted to $240,000 this now while others like dealing fairly ,wlt,,h. aparsely-
year and would be cut to Bradford will sustain. a substantial fiaUUMr $150,000. reduction. bar"" !) pUlatton centers.
Former Sen. Charley E. Baker, with its larger land Kirk la raid to want
equipment started: clearing the site for new It Johns, a member of the Con- area, would receive only a more Vonsfderatlori given 'to
schools at Hampton and Brooker today, and construc- stltutonal Revision Committee 10.000 cut, even though population and need, declar-
tion is expected to begin soon after contracts for the 4 I was Instrumental in put Bradford has over 5.000 more ing the old formula contributed -
two projects are signed at the School Board meeting on I ting the new gas tax plan population. :! to a fine network of
J anuary 2, over. He indicated Wednes- Clerk Charles Darby could roads across the middle and
Harris and Harris, Jacktton/- water system for the Hampton day that it could have been not immediately:! assess the upper section of the state.
Norman Bennett (Goodman; much worse for the smaller effect of the huge cut to
ville. contracting firm, was awarded School would cost about Some of the larger coun-
the Jobs on a low bid $550: :> that paving would cost counties. Bradford County: ties think they should get
of $339.650 at a special meet- approximately $5,000:> and that "Balance Of Power" May Shift The new formula would divide "That'll be the. biggest most of the money, with the
ing of the board last Thursday septic tanks would run from up two-thirds of the. news. Must be the area state sending It back where
night This Included a base bid $2,500 to $3,000. money on the basis of popu- that's killing us. That'll the gas was sold, rather than
of $337OUO/ plus alternates to The board authorized Caseyto lation and the remainder on hurt us very badly. $90- dlwing It up among all 67
cover spray glaze on classroom advertise for bids. on the. Three New Faces Due On Two County Boards land area. As a. result the 000 that's I'm not going counties on an areapopulation -
Interiors, wall-to-wall
three items.. formula.Under .
carpeting. In the classrooms, the constitutional
and doors. The board Is also preparing; Commissioner-elect James M Probably the biggest IssueIn and Commissioner Dave Shu-
folding
convention approved formula.
submitted to receive bids on the proposed I Buck 1 Norman heads the Norman's race for the ford, who voted with Robertsfor Outlook Quiet But Anything Could would
Of the eight 'base bids Dade County's share
Bradford-Union Area Vocational list of three new county. officials County Commission was hU! the American Legion site ,
million
the Harris figure was rise from a little over $4
Center late in January.The who will take their to vote with Hamilton ordered
promise and preliminary
low by $14,420. center will be built on a seats next week the Chastaln. in the. for the. courthouse a year now to $6 6 mil
new and plans
The contractor nan 225 daysIn of the as Happen As New Boards MeetBecause lion. Duval would Ret an additional .
U-acre tract recently -
would
which to complete the Jobs. andis year begins. courthouse site controversy. have said they bringan $700,000 plus, Hill-
At an earlier meeting, Char- purchased Conway to coat about Airport$323-; Norman hits pledged to. let According to Clerk Charles Injunction against the. borough another 870000.
les J. Harris, of the low-bid expected voters decide where the proPOSed Darby. however. Is too late county to. prevent such an next Monday Is a James M. (tBuckl] Norman Plnellas could count on an
ding firm, had indicated that. 000.In new courthouse will for the voters to have a say election. holiday! the Couty Commis- replaces George Roberts. on additional half million.
their bid, through error, might other actions, the. board: go. and thereby aligned him- on the site proposal. Though there Is no controversial mission has re-scheduled its the new board. But he cautions Broward's share would rise
not have Included plumbing Awarded contracts to five self with the present minor- Norman Joined with Commissioners issue facing the school regular monthly meeting for "Anything can hap- about $800,000, Palm Beach's
work, and asked for additionaltime food concerns for supplying ity on the commission. Mrs. Hamilton and hoard, such as the court Wednesday, Jail 4, at 9:30a. : pen." about 50.000 and Orange
lunchroom needs. for the next Jessie Chastain and Zedia Chastain I to submit house Goodman and Bennett .
to check with the sub pladglng m. Election of a chairman, a about $300,000.Gadsden .
contractors.In three months.. Casey said a Hamilton, Since Norman defeated the courthouse. site issueto : could change the image of The School Board will hold county attorney, and a coun- Is one of the little -
showed
of the bids a
answer to objections by study two cent in George Roberts, one of a referendum but accordIng that body. Since Art Holll- Its regular first of the month ty prosecuting attorney will counties that would geta
about
representatives of competing drop of per with the the so-called 'BIg Three," the to Clerk of the Court day has only two years' ser- meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 3. be items on the agenda as boost, going( from $358.273
firms concerning Harris havinga prices, as three compared months. balance of power in county Charles Darby it is too late Ice under his belt, the ma- as usual. The Starke City. the new board organizes. now to 414000.
chance to go over his bid previous of government swings with his for the voters to have a say jority of the school body will Council will also meet at. Its School Supt. Tom Casey But neighboring! Alachua
figured> for a second time, Approved expenditures seat.The In the matter.It be fairly new in an era whenit usual time of 7 p. m. Tues- said he will probably take and Union counties would
School Superintendent Tom $857: for library furnishings at usually austere atmos- is unlawful, Darby says Is In the midst of a $1.5 the opportunity to fill In hU lose under the proposed formula -
Casey said the situation had Starke Elementary School. phere surrounding the. for public funds to be spentto million construction pro- day.Clerk Charles Darby expects board on the new phases of Alachua would drop
been reviewed by the board's -Authorized Casey. to auk. School Board will get a face- sponsor an election on any gram. a short, quiet meetingof the school construction program from. $921,000 to about,, $379
attorney, and that there were for bids on about $3,300 worthof lifting when two new members issue which can lawfully be Facing the School Board) the Commission as the the renovation of
no just grounds for complaintby furnishings at Anderson take their seats. Seeber derided by the county board:!, next year is the construction. old group goes out and Bradford High School and 000Other counties facing losses -
unsuccessful contractors. Junior High. Goodman former Starke city unless the vote is approvedby of a. new vocatloal-technlcal construction of the Brad under the proposed plan
Harris said he was satisfied Passed, a resolution rela- cuuncllman, replaces 12-year the state legislature! and school renovation of Brad- ford Union Vocational Walton. Wakulla Taylor.
with his bid and;! would stick tive to the $325,000:> Vocational veteran Ethan Sapp and H. added to. the ballot in a gen- ford High School and the 1966 Tax Roll Technical Center being the are Suwannee, Sumter, Seminole
by it, even though his check Technical Training. Center. W. I Busterl] Bennett of eral election. That would appear construction of elementary major items slated for 1967. Sarasota. St. Lucie, St.
with sub-contractors revealed Lawtey replaces ChairmanDan to prohibit a straw vote, schools at Brooker and 63 Per CentCollected The School Board will also Johns. Putnam Pasco.: Osce-
that figures for plumbing had Negro Man Starling. Neither Sapp the clerk believes Hampton. for which the con formallyapprove the $339.- ola. Okeechobee, Nassau!
not been Included. nor Starling sought re-elec- Chairman Jerome Johns tract has Just been let. 000) contract just. let- for new Monroe, Martin. Liberty,
Casey advised the board th' Found Dead tion. e- elementary schools at Hampton Mantee. Madison Liberty,
and Brooker. Harris &
Lee Lake Jefferson, Indian
The CommunityState About 63 per rent of the Harris of Jacksonville Ls con- and Holmes.
River
Home HereA
At
Bank of Starke Final Hearing In Timber 1966: county tax roll Is collected tractor for the Joint project. But tiny Calhoun would
with collections.* now tot.1lIng City Clerk Merrill Edwards get a little more as would
The Florida 32-year-old Negro man, $372,000. according to Tax also! said that he expects a Leon and Brevard-
Bank at Starke Dallas Brown Jr. was found Collector J. R. Kelly. quiet meetlg a... the. new year The formula was first defeated -
iea'. in his home early Mon- Suits Set For January 16Final Property owners January paying can their still turn. But like Clerk Darby by the Constitutional
taxes during
And day morning, the. apparent two rent discount. be was cautious of being very Revision! Committee, Sen.
get a per
victim of heart attack. definite
a
Wednesday. But a
said
First Federal Savings J Those who wait until Februarywill Johns
Brown, who lived In a one retained the Decision !in the Baker cent motion to reconsider was
and Loan Association hearings are set Jan- ity, has been by case receive only a one per
room wood shack on 'he uary 16 on suits brought by county to defend Tax Assessor is' still pending and may not be discount and after April 1 a Two Fire Calls made and Miami News Editor -
WILl. BE CLOSED property of Leslie Best on five timber companies In pro- fjene Long's property values announced until after the penalty will bo charged.The Over The HolidaysThe Bill Bdggs joined. with
North Oak Street in Starke, cat of property assessments against the timber firms' protests Bradford case Is heard. Assessor '66 roll totals. $62' ,<))00. small county forces even'!
: 2 was found by Eddie Farley and payments of $128.000 in Both. Long and Tax Long, however, Is hopingfor l largest In the history of the Starke Fire pep, nnuwenfl making a speech for the
Monday, January who lived In a adjoining county taxes. after nearly two Collector J. R. Kelly have beennamp.d a ruling In Baker's favor county, Kelly SE&YS. Collection. two call. over the holiday punBJKKS! !: helped SenJohas .
room. Farley told Depuf 1 uII I 11I1' years of litigation.The in the suits in an at- before January 16 to strengthen to date Include the $22,000 weekend, both of them In Sen. Elmer Friday of
Sheriff Dolph Reddish th..e public hearings will have tempt to secure an injunctionto Bradford's case paid by the five timber companies Reno. Fort Myers, ex-Rep. John
Brown had been drinking the county from collecting currently Involved In a of Maccleny, and Ala-
This Space Contributed all the appearances of a trial, atop Judge Yawn says he felt the One call was received at Crews
Weekly to Publicize earlier and was thought to with witnesses being called and both 1063: and 196 Baker case was "ably defend- court case over their 1963: and 12:59::> p.m. on Christmas day at chua County CommissionerSid
Community Events by be asleep for several hours attorneys for each side exam taxes ,when values went to 100 ed" by the county and was! 1966 county assessments. a residence. at 843 E. Brown- Martin put the plan over.
until they became alarmed ining and cross examining, except per cent after 1961.Judge "quite satisfied with the way Kelly predicts collections will lee. The fire was started by The old or present, gas
The CommunityState when the victim didn't that they will be held be- Yawn said this. week things went." equal or better those In 196: Home leaves catching fire on tax formula based the dis-
change positions.He fore Circuit Judge John A. H. that he and County Attorney A decision has been handed 1 when only about 100 parcelsof the roof. tribution on three factors:
Bank was pronounced dead :Murphree with no Jury present. Gene Shaw will be well prepared down by Circuit Judge.. Hugh land were sold for nonpay'ment The other call was receivedlate one-third of the fund was allocated -
on-arrival at the Bradford All five suits will be considered to fight the suits. Yawn Taylor In a recent timber suit of taxes, despite 100 per :Monday: afternoon at the on the basis of pop-
Accounts now Insuredup County Hospital. at once in proceedings that attended hearings before Judge in Leon. County, however, in cent cash value assessments.But residence of Ella Buss on North ulation, a. third on size anda
to $15,000 by Brown was employed at are expected to last several :Murphree in, Baker County in which the timber firms' capitalization the total picture, he Street. It was apparently third on road mileage as of
Federal Deposit Insur- the Mutual Lumber Com- days. early December where he acted or productivity theory ays, Is still clouded by the caused by a pot burning on the 1931 when most of the state's
ance Corp. County Judge T. A. Yawn as advisor to the county in was rejected out of hand. In five suits the timber companies stove development was in North
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I r Col. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin I I Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt I 'Seaman Jim Lewis has graduated L. K. Whltehead and son S Sgt. Robert L. Cooper of I following1 Snack service In Fellow"l STALLING'SCORNER-
were visiting relatives In ': are moving' to 8231 37th Ave. front Communications Steve. Mate Whitehead and Chandler Minn. spoilt) last ship Hall.
Lakeland am: West Palm 1 I North. St. Petersburg this, Technicians St'liool at Pensa- son Stanley of Starke and Monday to Friday with Mr. I I MYF. 8pm. MYF
: Beach over the long holiday I week. Mrs Freeman Register cola and Is home on 18 clays I Lveiett: Whitehead of Winter and Mrs C. L. Cooper) The I:, 6aO: p. in Evening Worship I II
\v rekendMr Sr. of 507 W. Call Street has I leave ibpfoie going to Brcmnr- Haven are boating In the Coopers also had as holiday 7:30.: I
and Mrs. Robert Green sold her home to the First haven Germany for two years. i I Florida Keys this week. guests :Mr. and. Mis. Donald I Monday commission Olflcial on' Oasis Lounge
and daughter Mai'Ian, were Christian Chinch and has Mr. and :Mrs Billy Harrington -, E. L. Cowart of Arcadia Cooper and Mrs. Clealou Education.! 7 p. in. ,
GLADYS !MOOTY\ visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy purchased the Houpt homeon I and daughter of Jacksonville i spent last Monday to Friday I Rhodes of Oldtown. Mrs,I Board mcctintf in sanctuary YOUR CLOSEST SI
Phone 1 1H54-06&1' Rove and family In Sanfordon N. Walnut Street and and Mr. and ''Mis.: :Marlon with Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Rhodes lemalned tills week. 8pm.
_I Christmas day. plans to move within the Harrington of Cocoa were holiday Whittle.Mr. Bonnie Griff will undergo I Tuesday WSCS Execu- FORLIQUOR
guests of their mother, Alachua tive Committee meeting In
and wil- in
I :Mrs Suo :Miles spent next month. Mrs. Charney a tonsllectomy
David Trotxell of Mayport Mi and Mrs. Franklin, Christmas! day with Mr. and Jimmy Wiggins of Jack- :Mrs.: Gladys.Harrington. llama and family were at General Hospital Thursday'' Lnd.es Bible Clasbioom. 9:30a andproln'am : WINE
L. Ailurnj business
was a weekend guest of :Mr I Biuh of Tahalias-.ee were Mrs. Billy Miles in Macclen- sonville and MA 2 Bobby I were Mr.visiting ami MI-H.: relatives C. in Daytona their camp In the Scrub ovel'the morning I' m WSCS meeting in snncturary BEER
and Mrs. Herbert Thomas "lining Mrs. Hazel Ritch over ny. Wiggins of Bainbridge Md. I weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs'
the
and daughter. Kathleen Mi I I lie weekend :Miss Jean Mundy of Tal- were home for the holidays.Col. weekend.Beach over long Mrs P. S. Snow and Mrs. and daughter Karen', of Birmingham. 10 a. m.Wednesday Open 9 A. M. 12 p.
Mr. and Mis M. C. Wells. I and Mrs. J. W. Mc- Gene Rushin of Dublin. Oa Ala. are spending: Pilmaiy. "
Thomas and Dr Donald I I lahassee and:! Mis Pat Mc- :Mis. Frank Weaver of N .)U. AND SIT.
Chubb were hunting In tile :Mis.: Shellle Gene and -Mrs Clendon of Rock Hill S. Neer of New Port Richey N. O. IK W-I were Friday to Tuesdayguests ::! I the weekend with Mr:[ and I Junior, and Youth Choir' ,.
Everglades the first of the Carolyn Redgrave spent the;, are holiday: guests of Mrs C'I spent Thursday to Tuesday days port with Mr.spending nnd Mis. W. T. of Mr and Mrs. L. D. I Mis Vernon Silcox practice. 3:15: p. m. Prayer I 9 A. 1\ 8 '\. :SI.

I weekend with relatives In I B. Mundy. with Mrs. M. F. Blown. They Jackson. I Vlnlntt. The Vinlngs have as Meeting 7 p. m. SPECIAL DISCOUNTSMcmt t
week.Mrs.. E. A. Winkler and Mr. Jacksonville Mrs. J. R Kite spent all spent Christmas day with Mr. and Mis. Carl Lamar guests! this week Mr. and FIRST METHODIST Thursday Cub Scout ) 3 Fifth or (Jui
and Mrs. Johnny Wells and I Norman Harrison of Or-I Thursday: to Wednesday In I Dr. and Mrs. Marcus BrownIn I Johns and sons were Christmas Mrs. Louis Yancey Jr. of Decatur STARKE Den 4 meets In FellowshipHall. i 81m. South On SOl
daughter of Starke. and Mrs. 1 lando spent the first of the Nassau! Macclenny dqv guests of :Mr. and Mra.C'vid Ga.Vernon School. 3::15. Chancel Choir 'e-
Ray Ambrose of Jacksonville I week with Steve Denmark.Mr. Mr. and Mrs Curtis Edwards Dr. and Mrs M. C. Stith of ( Bennett in Jacksonville Glenn Jr. of JapanIs Sunday Church I hearsal. 730.:
spent the weekend with Mr. 1 and Mrs. Henry Stefan- and family were Saturday Falls Church Va. are visiting Mrs. Klna Schaeffer and son, visiting his grandparents 9:45: a. m. Morning Worshl;>
and Mrs. Eddie Starling in elll attended the funeral of her : dinner guests of Mr. their mother. Mrs. H. L. Rlckle, of Detroit Mich nio I] Mr. und Mrs. W. F. Olenn, 11 a. m. Luncheon for college I A Clas..lflcdd. In the TELE-
Homestead.Mr. brother, Anthony Pat Caruso, and Mis E ward M\ Rich In Brownlee. this week. spending two weeks with L. L. I'' for ten days before going to students Immediately I GRAPH brings! results.! r
and Mrs. Carl Summers In Jacksonville last Thursday Jacksonville Mrs. John A. Reddish who Conner and Mis. F. J. Shaw his new assignment In HawaII I
and Mr. and Mrs nftornoon Mrs. J. M Mitchell underwent received: her degree at the and family.Mr. I for three years. I'I'ltcre's '
Charles Fields and family of, :Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefan- hip surrerv Saturday In University of Florida on Dec. : and Mrs. Gene Shaw Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones FiIr
Jacksonville were holIday ert Stcfanelli and family; In RlverMde Hospital following 16 will begin teaching at the were visiting Mr. and Mrs. and grandchildren, KatherIne -
ruests of Mrs. O. W. White I ISr I elll visited Mr. and Mrs Hob- a fall at home. Southside Elementary Schoolon John KopelousoM in Birmingham -I and Melanie Green of t"Yuif'f itIsofaholyand
i Gainesville on Christmas day Mrs. W E. Middleton and I January 2. Ala. from Sunday to Gainesville are visiting Mr.
:Mr.: and Mrs. George BI. hop NOTICE: Sarah Lawson) Miss !Midore Mlddleton were Mr and Mrs. Reddish An- Tuesday.Mr. I and Mrs. Charles Godfrey in
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Jr. of Cocoa and Mr and will reopen her Beauty Shill guests of ;Mrs Mac Jones in drews and Mr and Mrs. La- and :Mrs Ewton Jordan Aiken. S. C. this week.
Mrs. Charlea Whitehead of, on January 4. |I Jacksonville on Christmas von Andrews and children and family were in Shreveport, Lex Green in of Oalnes-I
Jacksonville were holiday MI'. and Mis Guy Sale. | day. spent the first of the week In La. from Sunday to Thursday Vine is. sofnrMnir' this' week I

iruests( of Mr. and Mrs. A. Airs! W. B. Mundy. Miss Jean Mr: and :Mis! R L. Speng- South Florida. visiting 1111'sV. T. Jordan and with his grandparents Mr.
Whitehead SiMr B'I Mundy. Mrs. J. B Sapp. and I ler and Mr and Mrs. W. J Mrs. John Stone of Wood- family. and Mrs. Green Sr. I
\ and Mrs.: Leonard !'! Mrs. Pat McClendon of Rook, Spen"ler of St. Augustine! bine. Oa was a Christmas 'Linda: Kay Ho)ton made the Miss Margie Ellen Thom!
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and family of Florala are Hill S. C. spent ChhIstmasJ!I were ChiMmas day guests of day visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Dean's list at St. Johns River son of Monticello Is spending
Tuesday to Friday guests! of day with Mr. a'id M's Keith' MnJ and :Mis V. J. S;>eng- Dave Paulk. Junior College for the past this week with her /grandmother '
their parents. (Mr. and Mrs Oitllnfrham In Jacksonville I ler. Mrs. Nannie Graham Sanders :!- semester Mrs. F. F. Stump,'
'It. F Smith and Mrs! LuclloOn The Sales and GI1trllamsviht.ed !!!! : I! Miss Ann Hogan of Monte of Wvthoville. Va. is Air. and Mrs. Carl Johns and will !go to Miami over
vis. !Mrs. John Yates In'' VMn Colo spent l".st week spending this week with her spent Sunday to Tuesday with the weekend to attend the td

Valdosta. Ga. on :Mondav |II with hT parents. Rev. and brother-in-law and Andrews sister. Mr.and family and .Mrs.: In Tampa.Mr. Charles. Durkee I Orange Bowl game. I"v LD fl t
Mr. and Mrs. Guy :
I I I :Mrs W. A. Honnn Th<>v all and Mis.\ F.: W. Strlck- Deldre, Alan. Tommy. and
visited :Mr. and Mrs Wilson Archie Green will return to land: will (be in Miami :Honda: Richard Harrison of FortMyers ,
after } I ( 1f11:
In Cleveland: Chicago.' Ill. Monday 'T
Jlounn Jr. I and Tuesday visiting Mr. and ate vlsltig their grand-
NewYear T"nn onI! /)" RY to Wednesday -. ten d'iYs'Islt with his mother Mrs. N. T. Riccardi and Mr. rtarents.! Mr and 1\trs.A. S. v
Mrs L. J. Green.
of last veek a'nd Allen and :Mrs. II. ;?1.[. Stiliklancl. and Harrison this week.
i Mis Bobby
had Lt
Mrs W. M Wimbeilv will! attend the Orange Bowl! At c Trmm1tcl n-ion
as holiday IltlE'shtr.. and::! of Fort Walteis Texas spent game.Mr.. I has returned to Westover AirBase happy season
Mrs Ernest Green and Mr Thursday to Monday with and Mis. R. A Colaon Mass after ten days at for
the .
and Mrs. C. New you
of her parents. Mr hoping
Sanford
and Mrs. Harry and daughter Kay and Marilyn home with his parents Mr.
Greeting ? Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. L. Dlnkins. and with other .." M'-s' .
; Bollinger are visiting In 1 R P. McLendon Year will fill home
relatives
Ralph Fletcher and childrenof Daytona D ach. The McLendons also had as your
Bartow. and Mrs. Bob Mr. and Mis David Christopher Doug Reddish! celebrated his holiday guests Mr. and Mrs.C. with the best of I
of Clarksville Tenn.
Hart of Lakeland her sixth birthday last! Thursday R. McDonell and Ron of Paul and Irene
Mr and Mrs. John Greene were holiday guests of with a party for a few boy' Tampa and Mr. and Mi< J. everything...
L.
C.
Mr- and11'5 FaulknerFaulkner's
parents
pent the weekend with their friends. S. Cogdill of St. Marks
patents. Mrs. John E. Greene Dinkins.Mr. :Miss :Margaret Duncan has Mrs. T. D Stioud Service St
Dansbv of Jack- :
and Mr. and and Mrs. R. O. returned to West Ga.ami .
In Jacksonville : spending' Point sonville was visiting Mrs. J 709 S. Walnut St.
Mrs. H. L. Chaneev in Mon- and son. Mickey are In Oz- was. accompanied by her JT Fields the first of the Starke Builders Supplies Inc. Phone 96.1.4691I
ticello. and also visited Mr Thursday to Sunday parents Mr. and Mrs. 1<. G wee ,
and Mrs W. o Lambfit In oik Ala. with Mrs. W. M.i Duncan who spent the holi- i-
Newno't.NOTICE. Andiews Mickey visited Cypress -! days with the 1 K.. T. Duncans I
: Sarah Lawson Gardens on Tuesday while there they attended a reunion -
will her Beauty Shopon 1 with friends I of ':'Mrs 1 K G. Duncan's
reopen '
I.'I PFC Emmett Akridge of family. In Atlanta., Mr. andMrs.
J.tnmtry 'I''I'I
I Camp LeJouno N. C. is I : [ Duncan returned to
I home on three weeks leave Starke Tuesday I
I af'el''hl"11 he will report to I Local admittances .to Bradford I
THE BRADFORD Camp Fendleton Calif for County Hospital this week I
'I COUNTY TELEGRAPH 14 days: and then on to Okinawa Include: Cyrus Corey of Mel-\.
I, and Viet Nam for 13 rose; Mis. Agnes Lawrence I
Publtohiv' every Thursdayat months. Edward Hlnehart Loon Rid- ,
th 138 W. Call St.. i Mr. and Mrs. Levy Canova aught and Mrs. Kulii Walkerof '
' ; Best wishes to'you Starke Fla 82091 Jr and children\ of Jacksonville Keystone Heights; Emory
and
'rJ' : J f JJ : f I sr'ent the weekend with Johns and Mrs. Essie Nettles I'

rl ; in Second class postage paidat Mrs Canova Sr. of Lake Butler; :Mrs. Juanlta
1967.
yours .. Starke, Fla. I Mr and Mrs Sam Warren Barnes of Uiooker.: James j jNewaome
.
I and son of Decatur Ga. were AIis.[, Ethel Grlffld
Subscription RatesIn : were vlsitlmr Mis. W. T. cliP i and Thomas. Gasklna of Law- jl jlI
trade area: $3.50! per \
I over the long weekend. Mrs\ tey Mrs. Florida Baldree of
year: $2.00 six month WHIT-PI and son remained for I Lake Geneva; and Leonard

.e $l a iS E 1... Matthews: editor and the week. Griffis Wallace Solano, Rich- I
publisher! Msvor Randal F Chitty 1" ard Gi'iffl.s, William A Besmmt

VOLLEY L. STARLING Outside trade area: $4.00 a medical patient In Alachua and Otis E. Stalling of Starke. '
Mr and Mrs. Bobby Li-
I per year. : S3.23: Bix months I General Hospital '
Taylor the holiday
-- Mrs' Roy Clemmons nnd spent
daughter! and Mr. and Mrs weekend with relatives in
Taj lor.
visiting
Eugene Norman are
Mr. and Mrs." Frank Parrish Miss Virginia I: Razor of St.

in Whltlev Miami this Williams week.! Bennie< I end Petersburg guest! of will Mr be and the Mrs.week E. I 2 SAVINGS PLANS AT FIRST FEDERALPlan

F Williams and H. P. ellJr D. Tenly.
Air.\ and Mrs Star-
of Currle N. C. are Mon- Volley
Jav to Thursday! guests of: ling visited Mr. and Mis
:Mi and Mrs! Mack Williams John Simpson In Jacksonville
H. E. Grad- Sunday aftei'noon.
and Mrs!
Mr.
dick and N. N. Strlnotfellow Charles Chambers Is No. 1 -- Passbook Savings Plan No. 2 -- Certificate

of rmtviin Ala !tent the I spending the holidays with .
weekend with Mr. and MrsN. Mr and Mrs. S E. Simmons I'EU; ANNUM I % PER! ;:

n Crawford and Mr. and and family In MiamI. 4O PAID I QUARTKRIYMinimum ; 5 25 ANNUMANTICIPATED:' 1
Mrs J. T. Law-son Mr. And Mis O. E. Hilde- :'
Mr. ad Mrs Jerrv Williams bran and son of Daytona I Investment t t S2.50()I"
and family of Gainesville! : Beach were holiday KUPSLS of Anticipated Six .'.Month Maturity Automatic lieneunl .
Suturrtnv ft'iests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs Shi! Smith. Minimum Investment $5,000.00.
were' Saving In By The 20th Earn I From
5,,.' \Mrs T C fbastnln Jackie Dow ling and Kathy (Certificate Savings in by (the I0th earn
'Mr. and Mrs. Charles! From-ln Bi-ackln of Lake Wales were\ The 1st. from the ls.1.
and. daughter, spent the holidays W..dnesday1lItors of :Mr.and .
In V\'oonn. vlsit- Mrs. W. E. Bowling and
lair :Mr and :Mrs' Francis Sr. family. The Dow lings' also
Mr. and Mrs W. F. Herlonff have as a guest! this neek
'
were In Ja<'k"onville over the Sammy! Miller of Jackson
loror wl''ken.1' l l vlsltinst relatlVea'l ville. Make Your New Year's Resolution To Invest In The
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:Mrs. Blanche to \

Christmas family of Fort night Lauderdale guests of were:Mr. I Plan 01 Your Choice In January '"V: ,

and Mrs L. D. Green and family .

\\TYA
Miss" Blant-he Clark of lau:
Gnllie and Mls Susan Bicl

ner of Fort Lauderdale: are Dividends --- Representing Earnings For The 4th I
/guests! this week of :Mrs.! C. D.

At \\'IIIIam: Quarter Have Already Been Credited To The Accounts I
TkII Jimmy Hunt of St Augustine!
f.o, Is spending three ..day. with his -- You do not need to bring in your Passbook. J Ja's'
(Jrandrnother.1..... Henrietta

1 { r Hunt.Mr. .nnrt Mrs. Bill TaYlor of'',

JJRMJ SpHrtnrrtmrsr, S. C. were holiday
(fRAltJ. Rruosts!. of Mr an.1tr.l ...

Lex Green and family. ____ 1*
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis. Sanders :,

May '67 bring peace, plenty, and progress entertained at a "drop-In" ;;\ Savings and Loan
Christmas Eve at the Lox' 2_ j'
for
all with many opportunities Green home i ; _

for us to be of even greater service to Harriet Goodman of Mlsnourl t '
7-or-to I I'h Association of Starke
you and yoursl I University and Bill Greenof _
tho University of South Carolina

The Directors, Officers, and Staff of. are homo for the holi )t..L1/ 21S N. Temple A\e. Phone 961-0300

days.Mr.. and "11'1'. N. L. Wood- May your New I
burn and family were In Winter -
Year be filled
Park on Christmas dav
FLORIDA8.'AIK I visiting :Mr and Mrs. Keith. wilh happiness

Reeves. "WHERE/ You Save Does Make A Difference"

Mr. and Mis\ Jerry Gibson

.J ; : Ar" \: :STARKEOne of Merrltt Inland spent Friday --
Monday\ with Mr. a.nd1'8.[ .
I* H. Gibson. The Jerry Gib
of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group sons are in Atlanta this week W. L. Thomas

visiting
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. will\ return here for the Starke, Fla. ::12091
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Tln"RSDDEC.. 29. 1006 BRADFORD COUNTY TELKORAPO. STARKI"-:, n.onm PACE TIIRFB I,
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tli, n\.,iitt County on January 25: 188.:, !
a.J New Year's Eve .->K'(' .MI. Uiiiglilui I ifl the local! Mrs' George was\ the Jaugh-: ::.-;:::' :I "';! .:"'': !t': ':(;:' ''''';.\ M' ",':i 'I t ..... "' wiji. ;: .
Dance Planned \t i", II'',' (ru, ..1'/1 !"<"< luitlnjf reprc- tri of the late Mr and :Mrs I: JUICY
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'attn.> ,' I >n i this area and alit Samuel Stalling. TINCtR
At Country Club \ i 1..11., in Luke Butler, Key- Earl r teUWHJMYNIIfcTuesdays
l>,r> f i .mil inin 71 Surviving Is one son / /
t t''11"" HiMKhlM. Lawtey, Meln George of Miami; one .
Bill Epps.! vice president of 'n'' .i ul. Hawthorne each laughter, GLADYS MOOTY the Starke Golf & Country .I u.."Tilm'. He may also be contcd mar. of Gainesville: one tinier A a Thursdays!\
Phnn' 964-0651 Club, announces that the an- k \i 1 lluoiigh :Mrs Unmpler'a Mrs. :Mngglo Hudson i 0't UGLY
nual New Year's Eve party WtI ,ifiui l in Starke or the u. S. Jacksonville and five grnnclrhildren < -
will\ be held at the club for \I." III,' 'mp.s Recruiting Sub. .
Miss Louise SternIs members and their invited I I at t i r "..11,. itoom 223, Ketlor.UBinUliMK
Rev. W. A. Hog:in. pastor Complete Steak DinnerI
:ill W. Stumua: .l
guests / at, +
h
HostessTo r > of the First! Baptist:; Chinchin (
The Souls will provide) hLl l IH< U M.MWlll'Services. Starke. officiated at the \

Piano StudentsMiss music for dancing from 9 P .services. Burial was in Long I 1 I (' OU04. J ItJ:! 0'- TCnnvv :

y tH m. Noisemakers and favors Held Branch Cemetery in Clay fl Steak Tos>ed Sal.id.fl

Louise Stern enter- will be provided ,4'z&4 For Mrs. County near Maxvllle\ Jones-; o TU-rL- French Kric;. Hot !Kolls: B .69
tained a group of her piano GeorgeIn -
Funeral Home of Butter
'" ., Johnson foflee or Tea. A
students with a Christmas Sub Debs Plan Jones Chapel Gainesville was In charge of
party at her home on Dec- Same with 16
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airangcmonts. T-Bonc
f New Year's DanceThe oz. 1.99
ember 20. Musical games i __ smuts( were held at 2 p.
were played and the pupils : m. Thumciay Dec. 29, from< WATCH NIGHT PKOKKAM. :
played Informal piano selec- a dance Sub New Debs Year's will Efe sponsor from Selective Service Clerk Cited !; Jones Memorial Chapel forI AT LAURA BAPTIST I I'e JA C IC' 5 Restaurant
a
4.Tuts tions for each other. I Mi.s Ida M. George 81, who
Refreshments of cookies! 8:30: to 12:30: at the Fair- \\ at Laura Baptist Church :501()J South-Slarke;
> died In a Gainesville hospital! ,
music furnished l\f'II. Rhoda Z. Dllmpl..r.ele'k over ninny years."Her '' ;
sandwiches and punch were grounds, with : would like to wish each of youa I
table by The Rogues! $I per of Selective Service LouilHoanf untiring efforts and\ unselfish Tuesday afternoon followinga Happy New Year and l Invite
served. The was coveted Open 24 Hours Daily !
short illness.
with a dark green cloth person and free refreshments. 18, was presented a Certificate duvotlon to dilly lire you to our Watch Night Program : -
of Appreciation" this truly an example to follow] \ nvl I Ia (she moved to Gainesvillesix \
and the centerpiece was of on New Year'a Eve. from i WAITRESSES: 1
, Chas V. McLaughlin great contribution to our months ago? from Starkewhere I 1I
Sgt.
Births week bV Oy.
glittered polnsettifts. Recent she had lived for 8 p.m. till 12:01: -Rev, Luther W.1NTE1)I
; I I
;; The exchanging of sifts Marine recruiting/ town. sate and country Sgl.I
I In A :McGee,
services rendered : said In many years Born Clay pitator. I I
Hospital officer for i\frl.smghlln presenting
Bradford County
provided:! a good time for all
Olivia Goodman I I Miss SternS was assisted In announces the following ..

Is Engaged serving by her mother Mrs. births:
I W. A. Stern.Circle Mr. and Mrs. Jack Charles \

To L. W. HarperMr I 2 WSCS Ganstlne.Tammle Victoria Waldo a Dec.daughter 23. ) STAIL'I'S .- XUIJI1S1IAY, 1>1<:C1<:M12JE,11 22U12. -.ENDS .SAT UIIDA!:, JAXUA1IY. 7tli

and Mrs. Seebcr' D Mr. and Mrs Enrl Milton
Goodman announce the engagement Luncheon MeetingCircle Bhodon. Batford. a dauahtcr. .
> and approaching Nancy Marie. Dec 23-
marriage:: of their daughter Two of the Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Donnie

Olivia Leigh to Leblle Wayne WSCS was entertainedat Hugh Crawford: Starke. a {tj;
Harper, son of Mr. and Mrs.L. a Christmas luncheon on daughter, Christina Joy, Dec, .
H. Harper of Starke. Wednesday of last week at 25. :
The bride-elect graduated the home of Mrs. L. 3 Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Percy q 'Our Biggest! EverSemiannual* !i

from Bradford High School Green. Johnson. Starke. a son, :
in 1965 and is currently employed Christmas decorations were Jonathan Shane. Dec. 25.
with Bell TelephoneCo. I. used and! the 15 members attending -
In Gainesville\ ]
NamedIn
each received a per- Winners
Mr. Harper graduated I
sonal gift from their hostess!
State FarmDecorating
from Bradford High School
liv/ 1963. anf.I: I is now employed Among those attending was ContestJoe
ulth\ the Florida State Road their mascot Anita. Green,

Department in Gainesville. who also received a gift. first
Hitchcock was!
Wedding: plans will) be announced Mrs. V. J. Ragsdale and prize winner in the annual I
at a later date. I ;Mrs Foster Shi Smith assisted < Christmas Decorations Con-

Mrs. Green in serving. test sponsoird by the Florida n
UDC To Meet State Employees Club of

Executive BoardThe Ralford'.
w. T. Weeks UDC
chapter Raymond Jordan won sec-
will meet Wednesday Jan. 4. executive board of the ond prize, and Dr. M. W.
at 3:30: p. m. in the Methodist Starke Woman's Club will Guerrero third.Honorable :SUPER SPECIALS I
Church library In Fellowship mentions were:
Hall for a business meet Friday, Jan. 6 at 3:30p. : J. Parrell. ,I, .
Bennett. K
D L. -
r.. _..... .ek' '
eesilon. m. at the club house. T. J. Forsjlhe J. C. \ k

and B. L. Waller ThOms'l PLUMP BED PILLOWS hp.
entries were .
The
Thursday night Dec i IlAmE IN US.A. X
three members! of the Starke II) bar diofc f* eRher DIIoo 2 $ fVt
4t I Sod
67 Garden" Club: Mrs. L. V. Har- ton .. Foam Rubbar. 7 CANNON@ :
1R non-aUetgonte. ..d i.rodor v -v? '
\ } .r din, Mrs. Tl F. Youn! andM1' en *_ "
,. Lonnie Pullwood They
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&
xac. *
have suggested that 'the club $4 Ttio Nama,Housewives Know And Trust"r:;

r have two\ or possibly three .". t of
categories for prizes In the v
I FITTED MATTRESS PADS

I future.The club has! expressed appreciation ..\ .Sheets IN ; case n d nrp.rl.!
to the Judges! for $3 i nl :
their contribution of time _toubly ewdtedmuai.'
and effort for the success of JUWM .n4i nonallorQania.aaroak. Y
wmhMa $4
the contest. Cbmplal-ty P gular

awl reawro ee M" ana* M -IkYHTTE MU5UN SHEETS. M.flTE PERCALE SHEETS +,
roe r
-"'-' ,
V. B. Padgett $4 xfM't 72 x 99." FH, /Aeg. 1.99 _. I.N 72 s lOll, Ftft'. Rog 7.1'1. ._ _. 2 3Ii '
Services Held I| + n.X MB,, Ft*. Bag. J.'09" tSS 3'1 x 75. Fined, Rua. 7 9'1 231t
Rcgutir!! $! 30 m 73. Ftttad boo 2O9 I." 81 II 108, Fldt, Rey 33'1 _____ 26S '
x I At Long Branch a mil .t x 108, Flat. Bag. 2.29 1.7. 54 x 15. Fand, Rey 3 39 _._.___.._ 2 M
S4. 75. fined. Rag. 3.29 1.7. 108 x '20. Flo. 1I0a. 73'1 ?_..____. 588
Funeral services for Volllei I 2PC. BATHMAIH SETS M.M.GM., .... Me:; f*. ,. I.; 60 II 80. Filled, 1I0(). 44'J'' ____. 3811 Y

/ .! Bobby Pad l'tt. 17, were held i ._..... ... _._. --- -- ..afab 72.x 84. F.llocRO'J.. / '5'1'1 _,__.._ 4881OOS.
at 2 p. m. Wednesday In the ....,.,a $ --- 78 x 75. Rand/. Rng.. 139 ._.-- 638 <
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GQtl1lSH Long Branch Baptist Church rayon a> r choice 01 edocsto .3 E D6ALPECOQ2 SHEETS: 78 x 80. Flllod Rog( 7.6'6' Sit r .
anhanca fcaah da- ,. i'S x 84, F.ill."I. Pig. 79? ... ..._ 6 81tco.
with Rev. James C. Saunders any IB WB. ftat, la* !s.39
42 x 38. Cnses,. Ro1.89 ............ 1 21
: pastor of the Clay Hill\ Bap- .. Mecf>iooe .........,.. .w N. J$. WaarJM ass s.39 .r.-- 2" pro Fl
tist Church, officiating BurIal Rd dr 7 able. tDguW $t a WX Hat Bag. *.... --. 318 '
[: In Long Branch U x 75,1M..d, Rag. 4.49 3 I8
was 4M4rw1, 61 i .. c-r". Rea UIJ p... .... J... Mf
Cemetery PlAIN STRIPE PERCALE SHE TSPASTEL
New Year> Mr. Padxett) died SaturdayIn CANNCN TERRY MATS f J Jri
r I Happy a Green Cove Springs; ... 12 II '108, fUt I Rey.317. -_ 261 <
and best wishes hospital, from Injuries sustained '!I'' PE8CMC SHEETS 39 II 75, Filing. Reg 3 3? ____ 268 '
our Ws $ moo" t i., $
";
I In an automobile acci- favor.e.y 71 i 108, flat dg 3 J9' 111 81 II 108, FUt, //lP,!. 4 '7.., .. 3811
dent. He was a native of Clay f *eoIor-Y- Easy 2 39: X 75. nM Rag. 3.39 2.'. 54 II 75, FilloH, R lfl. 4 49 __. 3 811
i; for 67..f.. i! County and attenJed the <"*x r.b j end!ad CAKNONI a':i rut:I"MV. :J if' 81 C 108, F** Hag. 3.99 3.31 108 x 120 flea., Per!. 9.49 __..__._. 178 1
Clay Hill Baptist\ Church. .//-C' %, 54 75. Fined Rag 3.99 33$ 60 II 80, Flllnd Reg. 5 69' .__ 49IJ
Survivor! Include his parents. ',. KM s 120. ..... tarj. 9 49 I" 78 II 8O, FillnH, Rnr(|. 8.49 ____._ 738
\ Mrs! Flwood VgoW-JJ 78 84. FMad, Rag. 8.99 _ 77. 72 II 84, FIII"I.l"4.{ / tit' __,,,,_...._. "OR
'- Mr. and 42 x 38 Cao 4, Rag. 1.99 pr. ._... .__ 1." 42 x 3A, C.,.&, Re'j 2 19 pro ....... ._ 1 8IJ *
I'adzett. and two brothers CHENILLE BEDSPREADS ryYo.
Elllah and John, all of Jacksonville -.
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NEW METHOD CLEANERS and his maternil "O MULl! STRIPE PERCALE SlILLIS: _
4c:4:
grandfather Vollie Mosley. of .., choke, of wav fVir> nf ,1 .
Maxvllle.ATTENTION lobnall do a> hot L
lgna -lIS 7'?:! .x 108, FUr, 1Ie .. dacora'or coloc for J 3 x 75, Fined Rag 3 39 __.___ 2 68

II 1 x 108 Flat. Reg. 449 __.._..___.388
Sax 75 Filled Reg 4 49 ,_.__.-____ 318 /
:3 9Vebm I
toe X 120 Flat. Reg. 9.49 _____.__?.. 128
$10.00 VALUE t> MOTHERS 42. x 38, Ca as. Rag 2 39 pro .. 1 II

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t M Appointment Necessary prints. Rel/u'o/ $I ( of solids or stripes.' You'll want dozen at these
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PACE FOBtt BRADFORD COTO-fT 'TEUEfiKAFIf.fl BTAJUOO. FLORIDA[: __ THURSDAY DEC. 89. 1966.:....
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Sanford; sons
7:30.: Rev. R. L. Tafgart. Hed Mr. and Mrs. Graham McKlnney' of Jacksonville. and Harris Construction Co vI Services Friday Robinson of Orlando, and Les-

pastor. Crew In Starke that After Mr. and Mrs Gerald Crawford of Jacksonville. When com- e + frk i I r,11t r a 7 p? For Mrs. Robinson ter P. Robinson' of Tallahassee;
. KINGSLEY LAKE PERSONALSMr. noon. and sons had Christmas pleted the new facility will one sister, Mrs.\. Hilda Shankof
and Mrs. W. E. Hol- Mr. and Mrs. Leonard dinner with Mrs. Cradford's serve as CD headquarters for Former ResidentMrs. I Roanoke, Va., and a !brother,
loway left last Thursday for Harris and daughter' of Sum- parents. Mr. and Mrs. Graham the 18 counties in the North James A. Lewis Starke.
Pensacola to spend Christ- pier. S. C. spent the Christ- Crews, of Starke. Florida CD District.An Vera L. Robinson 73, a
: CHURCH SCHEDULES mas 'with the W. R. Hollo- mas holidays with the C. R. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Craw- agricultural center native of Jasper and a former Funeral services were held

. Kingsley Lake Baptist ways. They will return homeon Whiteheads ford and four children were coating: an estimated 50.000 resident of Starke, died Tues- at 11 a.m. Thursday In Bray
Sunday 3o I( 1:45: a. m- the 29th. Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Conner home from Orange, Texas will be constructed at the Funeral Home, Apopka, with
in Apopka.She
day
. Morning Wo.sh.: 11 a, m. The Warren Ebllngs had as had as guests for ChristmasMr. for the holidays. Fairgrounds County Agent is survived by one daughter Interment Friday In Evergreen
: Training Union 6:15: : EvenIng Christmas guests Mr. and and Mrs. Leonard Homeand Last Wednesday Mrs. Ed- 'George Hugglns says the of Cemetery at Jasper.
. Wors1>.!p. 7:30.: Midweek :Mrs. O. W. Ebling! of Lake children. Mr. and Mrs. ward Wainwright spoke at proposed new building, approximately -I ", Mrs. W. Henry Wight

Prayer Service. Wednesday City. Mr. and Mrs. W. Q- W. E. Oliver and daughter. the Junior High School in 40 x 100 feet I
. '2::30. Choir Practice. 8:30.: Ebling and five children of and Mr. and' Mrs. Julian F. Waldo about the observanceof will house all Extension Ser- II. I

. Rev. Jim Rlgdon. pastor. Mlcanopy and Mrs. Inez Conner all of Jacksonville. Christmas in Holland vices in the county, includingthe I f.mr-- f r > < ..- w9I .

, B ulah Baptist Sunday MJtrada of Palatka.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard France, and' Germany.Mr. Farm Forester, Agriculture f *\( 4k
School 10 a. m. Morning fend Mrs. A. B. Seibert West and Mrs. Jewell Faulk and Mrs. O. W. Brown Stabilization and Con- J *
Worship. 11 a. m. Training of Jacksonville spent Christ- -and daughter all of Jacksonville will spend New Year's weekend servation, Service, Soil Conservation I # V
union 6:30: p. m. Evening I mas with the E. M. Norton. were Chrstmas guestsof n Ooala with the L. M. the county agent CAP Cadets Have PartyCivil s
Worship. 7:30.: Midweekprayer Mr. and Mrs Ray Miller the Maxle Carters Sr. Stoners. and the Extension Home Economics I

Service Wednesday and family spent from Friday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ches- The R. L. Smith family Agent.It Air Patrol cadet. enjoyed a Christmas. party Tuesday. ,

. to Tuesday In Bonifay '*s ser and children visited relatives had as holiday guests Mr. will provide offices night })oo. 20 at the Starl.-e.Ilrcn'atlim, Center. The. cvnlnif

Study guests of Mr. Miller's parents Mr. and Mrs. :Robert and Mrs. Jimmy Smith and conference room, kitchen I Included games and refreshments, 'which were enjoyed by tin
, Bible the H J. Millers. Chesser Sr. of Monlac. Oa. children of Graham, and Mr. facilities, and a small audi- adets. and senior members
Mrs. Elma Rlggs spent and Mr. and Mrs. Vess Yeo- and Mrs. Buddy Smith and1 torium for groups up to 50. 1
Time Christmas with the C. L.' mans and Mrs. Junior children of Apopka. HugKlns said that Tom ?

Hickeys of Belmore. Thompson and family of St. The Frank B. Walnwrlght Skinner, agricultural engineer 25 tit midnight Monday. |
REV. BOBBY CREWS Mr and Mrs. W. H. Agner George Oa. on Christmas family of Memphis Tenn. with the Extension Floridians i
"With the Ughwjy
and son. Mickey spent sunday are holiday guests of the Ed- Service, and Frank George Be KilledIn present I I
Station with, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. day.The E. M. Nortons visited ward Walnwrights. architect for the new courthouse May death toll nearly 100 over last
Radio
: Prevatt Jr. and family of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Hartley Mr. and Mrs. Fay Durban have both agreed that Weekend WrecksThe year's figure, I appeal to every
Staike. 'and family Mr and Mrs. and son of Gainesville spent, quarters for the agricultural motorist to drive defensively] ,
WAPESUNDAY The Charles Crews family Rudolph Sallas.: and Mrs. 'Saturday night and Sunday services can be provided more Florida Highway Patrol I I don't use alcohol and drive, and W
had Christmas dinner with Trudy Norton in Jacksonville with Mrs. Sadie Elder and -adequately and more econ- predicts that 25: persons will die : outlook for the :
keep a sharp
9 A.M.: the D. IKnight family at Monday. family. omically in a separate build in traffic crashes on. Florida'sstreets ,I k''' Yt f
N.
Col. H.
Heilbronn Springs, and vIA-I The E. O. Elders had as The two littlt daughters of ing, from the new courthouse.A and highways duringthe other fellow says '
-, holiday guests Mr. and'. Mrs: Mr. and 'Mrs. Edward Wainwright State Road Department 78-hour New Year's holiday ,, Kirknran. director of the Department -
Larry Elder of Greenville attended an Interna- survey Is under way on the period> from 6 p.m. Friday un- of Public Safety.

HEALTH FACTSWhen Ala., Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth tional Christmas party at the county's No. 2 secondaryroad I I
Elder and son of Jacksonville! First Methodist Church fellowship project for the current i .
Doctor says 'It's just your nerve and Mrs. Marge DeCaro of I hall In Gainesville fiscal year approximately t K.b .
your Chiropractor for an Starke. last Thursday. four miles of hard- !urfac-, For the best deal
then it's time to phone your by'gentle manipulation Mr. and Mrs. JPrank Johnson Mr. and Mr*,. George W. ing in the Big and Little
appointment. Your Chiropractor of Brown, had as holiday guests Santa Fe Lake area. The
and and sons Keystone in Chevrolet
and massage can remove nerve Pressures by Iran-: Heights, and the jr. .M. !IJ:' ">, ,their son. ${ex. of Miami., project will! consist of two a new
nerve irritations that are only aggravated ton family met at the homeof and Mrs. Margarette Ann miles of road from the pres- ta
quillizors and nerve tablets. Mr. and Mrs. Richard' Ma- Peller and1' children of Man- ent dead end of SB-21-A to or OK used car '

to have cheda of Jacksonville for a darin. the county boat ramp on May discover
family
You owe it to yourself and your lo Christmas party last Friday Mr. and Mrs. Edward Little Santa Fe, and another l you
develop. I See ,
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corrections made before complications night. Wainwright and daughters 1.9 mile T-shaped segment

delay only permits the condition to become progressively 'The Cecil Whlteheads attended a family dinner at, taking off from SR-21 at : every happiness in
the home Faith Presbyterian Church. '
of Truby Wainwright -
worse. spent Christmas day with the Ermie JonesAt
be W. P. McKineys" Jackson near Lawtey Monday running west to the lake
Phone today without delay. Tomorrow you'll ville. then extending north and J the New Year..7

glad you did.Published Public Service by The Northeast Susan ;Ebling spent Sunday $3.7 Million' south a, mile for in approximately each direction.half

as a night and Monday with the Baldwin Chevrolet HOME OWNED-HOME OPERATED
Association.We're W. B. Ebllngs in Mlcanopy
Florida Chiropractor's Donnie Elder went home Final 301 North
HearingsIn
with his brother and sister- In Construction() I The State BankOF
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Community

Elder spend of several Greenville days., Ala., to [Continued! From Page One] Timber Suits Large Selection New and Used Cars on STARKE

ring Miss Judy Whitehead visited The contract has already been Our Lot at All Times.
MEMBER\ :\ F. D. I. C.Anybody'else .
.' let for paving Lincoln City'r
4 ; Glennis Heirs in Chief- [Continue! From Page One] I.
the .. land Monday with the W. P. Road In South Starke a i I
in effect, the theory 'bases the
ing I distance of one mile for $59.- .
1 I value of timberland on its productivity _
I 272 to be built by Craggs &
potential over a number '
Phelan Construction co, of
4e Ocala. of years based on a nt
annual return of
sev-
average
The county has borrowed
.lr 1 $500,000 from Its secondaryroad en per cent r .. ,.
But Judge Taylor ruled that "
trust fund to repave the
property assessments must be
5.3 mile hydrocarbons road
based on the land's fair mark
,
to primary specifications alan ,
et value.
I estimated cost of 470. Four timber companies and

090. one ''timber owner originallyfiled .e
I Right-of-way will also be suits in. Bradford County ( R
: jWanttogetmor
4 purchased for repaying and in October I960. They then
NewYear I widening SR-18 from U. S. collectively owned 73,139 acres
I 301 to the Clay County line! 37.47 per cent of the area of p "
v at an expected cost of $70- I Bradford County, and some
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with every .d'e I 000.An have since purchased more. t' miles dollar
addtlonal $40.000 has Of the Complainants, Con- \ per
also been pledged by the tainer Corp. then- owned 36,187 il
? good wish s. f fow county to secure the loan acres with an average assess- ;
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s O from the state since the two ment of $78.80 per acre, Rayon ,;
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projects total 540000. ler Inc. owned 25.276 acres<; ; \
dDD with
for you wsdl Other projects include: at $79.04 per acre, OwensIl- Sinclair"Sinclair
A proposed 165.000 Fed linois Glass Company owned
... eral Farm Dome Administration 678 acres of fee lands assessedat
s s .-J'I, y- loan for the Starke Gatt $84.67 per acre, Oilman !

'i .. 'i and Country' Club to add' an- Paper Co. owned 7,043 acres
other nine holes to the golf I at $79 and Nelson Blocker 41 Gasoline? i
F' course, build two tennis owned: 1,504 acres at $70.
The in their suits
courts, refinance present In- companies, ,
x
;ki Ill! II II t rt Happy New Year debetedness, and enclose the claim their acreage should be
patio between the club house I assessed at, an average ,of $20
Goodman's recreation per acre rather than at an
for
Gulf and pool youth
IIiJR50J activities and family room. average. of $79 per acre, the
Service An 84.558 North Florida" value which Tax Assessor
Long has set as fair market
Seeber D. Goodman Civil Defense Area Emergency -i
value. Some parcels
are higher -
Operations Center Is under -
and some lower, however.
C. WALL
construction by HarrisI'
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The timber; firms paid taxed
Eula Mae Smith Elaine Colson Judy Edwards for 1965 and '66 based on $20
: I' w. .... i per acre and a court order was Y
.. ti"
George W. Roberts s .. Issued by Judge Murphree preventing & sf
r sale of the land for delinquent o
I Sinclair SinclairIGETMOREMIUS
taxes until the case, A
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which has dragged on nearlytwo x
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I u. h
[L
years, is settled.
As a result, the firms have
.it paid taxes at the rate of 30 .A _.I. 3DINOsurat

cents per acre on the average Q 01NOssouss ,, ,ar
: instead of $1.16 per acre called 1
f t9 67 for by their assessment. Over

the two years they have paid i iPERDOUAR GTTMOREMIUS
approximately $44,000 )in taxes, p pig DOLLAR [MBt p f

but have left the county short
$128,000 in anticipated tax
Best wishes friends. revenue.
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The issue has forced both the -
county school board and coun- 1 1

ty commission to tighten purse inci ;;
strings. The school board has a
borrowed against its 1967 bur-

get to make up the deficit.

But''Umber firm lawyers argued -
in July before the Boardof
Equalization (County Com --
s
I mission on timberland) that 1966 are values"arbitrary placed Millions of motorists are using Sinclair Dino per dollar and more for youi gasoline money; ?" ,

so as to discriminate against and Dino Supreme Gasolines with exclusive Drive in today and fill up at our sign of the

timber companies without regard Nickel Compound..and getting more miles Sinclair Dinosaur.! _"
to classification of timber- .
land." They called 'the. $79 per per".' dollar from every tankful. t( >> *4-f 'American .

acre average that Assessor The Liquid Nickel reduces'engln wear as Express + _honored l!
Long has placed on their lands at Sinclair Stations. -*
I II 29% .
I ub tanUaUy more than even much as saves on repairs. (

Best wishes..Good: luck \ I good." pine land should be valued. ouidn't! you._too,jike to get more miles Discover America best by car: {


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Second Straight Year I By Gainesville SunWayne : .



Horse Named : POR S? McLeod




Coach Of YearDavid '" -- Named BackWayne

1 Top ; a
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16 Tornadoes Tornado Cagers Finish Fourth !


Hurse, head Tornado his coaching ability was : McLeod 6' 2". 170 tossing 20 touchdown passes

football coach and athle- Wayne MiLeoJ:] McLeod never Make ; In Classic pound senior quarterback for. and running/ for another 14
Highland TourneyBradford
tic Director at BUS was named played a minute of varsity AllMateI the rugged 1966 Bradford:! :I,, while picking up an additional
Area Coach of the Year football before the 1966 foot I i County High Tornadoes,' 600 plus yards:! rushing

by the Gainesville Sun last ball season But it was this Bradford County Hlthl\ I HiKhs Five fin- everything( been lUht: But playing his first year varsity I Wayne overcame his most 9
Sunday. He also won the youngster! and his natural School's 1963-66 State Class ished fourth and brought Coach Wniney Adkinson said football, walked off with the apparent handicap, that of
honor in 1983. ability that !sot the nod from Gainesville Sun's Area Back, l to push his
j i: "A" Football champions hcme a trophy last week Tnr- entered the Toimdoes In''' inexperience way
Over the past two seasons Hw:+o to be the quarterback ,, dominated the All-State I from Highland Classic cage the tournament to Rain experience of the Year Award as an- '' to the top of the quarterback 1I

Hurse has guided his Torna- for the 1968 champs Hurse Team as announced by the tourney at Dunedin, and that he felt it flounced last Sunday. heap in the Area That's n / jCo 6l
does to State Titles !in the !raid "Wayne had a lot ot\i\ Florida Sports Writers Assoc- I The Tornadoes won their had been valuable to them. ( !McLeod led the Tornadoes lot of pushing considering -
Class "A" football division. ability\ ana:! worked hold to be latlon last Sunday by grabbing '' opening game 65-49 over Box Scores tn, their second straight State' the following facts: he had

Winning; Championships Is a Rood qtiaiteitnck He was i, six of the first 22 posttlons -, Wauchula Hardee, but were 'nedm Game Claw "A" Football Title by, to overcome inexperience! : __
not new to Hurse. While at __ r
easy to work, with and seemed I '
eliminated after two consecutive BUS fill Donald Falcon's shoes;
Bradford County tilth': to catch on real fast to OFFENSIVE UNIT I I losses( ; to Dunedin defending Reddish 000 I learn the plays and his op '
Bchool he has also won the our (system" WaynelcLeod:: Quarterback Class A state cham- White 102: Local Golfers I ponents' defense and at the 1, -

Class "A" State Track Since Nurse came to BHS ; Larry Brown, end:! : pions, 78-56 and Class AA St. Jackson 328 In Gator BowlTournament same time keep cool in the I
Championship and been mn- 10 years!! ago. he has served Randy Joyner, fullback, Andy Petersburg Northeast 74-41. McLeod P. :215. drivers scat to !guide the

ner-up on two other at- as backfield coach under Len Mayton, tackle, and Roger I They were one of four teamsto Brown 4 1 9, I Tornadoes to their State TI- "
tempts. He also won the Register and took over then I Chllson, guardDEFENSIVE. lecelve invitations for next McLeod %V, 13 3 31', tle. A
Conference Track Champ- head Job when Register left UNIT I j I Silcox 0 1 1 i{, Herb Henew, Stitrke Golf & :, In talking to the talented To all wonderful
pionshlp 9 years in a row. in 1961. From that time to: | jearWayne 311 CountClub pro Civ'do TcrvvillcgMr our
Jim Godwin, tackle.TORNADO. II McLeod;! hit for totals 23 10 58V'ltheast performer, who l.s also an ,
What a record the present Huise -coached i i points against Dunedin and! : Oame unIt Bish Bishop will outstanding! baseball and friends. I' -
nurse is noted for his abil- teams hive won 43 lost 9 added 12 marc against Noith- BHS play In the annual Gator Bowl basketball: .star you begin to ..

ity to develop youngsters In and tied 2. In the past three enst to end::! the Tournaments I I Reddish 306 Pio-Am Tournament In Jacksonville undeistan-1 what makes him City of Starke
their particular athletic skill! years they have only lost 1 with a 22.3 average to lead White 044 Thursday "and Friday excel. He has a lot of pride

This year's prime example of fame. II the local five. : Jackson 000: Herres announced Tournaments that Blind I and desire He wants to excel -

- wr Paul McLeod was also in M'I.'LI'O:! P 4 4 12 will Bogey be and played Flag tut the course and puts forth the extra''' Natural Gas Dept. ,',
T double figures against Noitheast Brown 317 erCo!t that Is necessary to
and paternal man:;mother here starting at 1 p.m. Mon- ,. ... .
Services For I '
j with 12 points. McLcod. W. 4 412' :et the job done -. k p.
Edward Norman I Mis: Veda Norman, of Highland '"' f A I The Tornadoes had ball''' Silcox 0 0 01 da)'. u.: '3 M "..<<1r.1"I:: ,'1':1, : ._,......."......w.-.:\....', "

I handling trouble and their I totals 14 13 411! '
1 r *I E 1 shooting< was off in the final' .
At Long Branch
it itBy t tS i
Mobile .Home I two 'Rnmes of a tournamentin 1 I Palatka Game SHOP TALKBy
Funeral services for Ray DestroyedIn which they would have
Edward Noimnn. 17 were ,, had their hans! full had I I ,
I Set Tuesday Vein J. Novak,
Brooker Fire; ,
hold at 2 p. m. Wednesday in ;
the Long Branch Baptist i I General Manager I
1 I IStunders home was .lira I Then Road Trip
mobile
Church with PPV .lamps. C A $3500 Templet Night Classes ... x 4fQffqNEWTo
..AA..uA.A.AA.u.
l fire of unknown I
destroyed< hv
rmstor of Clay Hill III
Brooker) Tuesday Set In Starke 1 1dw'lng
Baptist Church OCflc-latlnl\"l; origin neir Coach Warney Adklnson's: We've had an opportunity
Burial was In Long Branch) nlprht! Big Red placed six men )111 By Santa Fe JC capers will pit their 4-2 record ', the past week to talk
The trailer wn* owned\ by
against perennially tough, businesspeople
Cemetery. | the All State Team announ- to several of our
:Mr Norman! died Saturday: Raleigh of Raulerson Florida Stutn, an hatcheries em-- ced last Sunday. We should Improved new registration Palatka next Tuesday, Jan' are pleased to learn Charley ,. +
hospital plovee have had at least: 7 and two procedures have been announced 3. In the local gym. that most have been enthusiastic
In a Oreen Cove Springs! the
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1 from injuries sustained)! parked on I Honorable Mentions, for night> clusucs to be held The JV game will begin at In their remarks that E. '
1n an automobile accident. grounds The Brooker fire department Collofju contest is slated for 8 p, m. i than last, and partlculaily 1
Johns
County the Team should have been year A ;
born
He in
Clay I
was
and had lived in the Mldrtle-\! wm, called, but the truck ran senior end Joey Reese. There I I New .students!! should write Friday the Tornadoes wlll| as relates to the Christ ,, rt h Iy4wy
a+rq, "n{ a.ionq UJBAV! jo ino to the I lollvge f for an uppln"a- travel to Live Oak to meet I Just past. r
burt area all his life He attended I is not a better defensive! end mas season A
could be extinguished( from v
Uon fouhthe. in or obt tin one aether good club. The Bull- thln0: into a lon along .s
1 in the State, Class Rather '
Clay Hill Baptist The Rmilersons lot f nil content placing ,
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first dY
Instructor: on the nightof
I dogs are now 4-2 now. ha\-I| dissertation rf recent activities I
"A" football: Joey had been
Church. of the tnlli, r. They have ,
rl iss. A tI'IC.II.hlr'eIl'te| l en-
stellar player throughout Inff been beaten twice by we Just want to cay that about this question: I
Survivors include his father. six children ranging In ago a )I elopi at' 'ill be l'I'I"'I ided for rcItarnang ; Lake City.Saturday.. of Com- I
In the Chamber
Forest E. Norman of from 4 to 17. the year at his position Ask I II t 1 the ctinipl"te > Jan. 7, will'!' the "I like the our Homeowner -
I they fffoit appreciate way
tiled to mere
i the backs Unit have ,
Jacksonville foster patents oil fi*<*. II
: I and the :*! application tak' the loss
to Tallahassee
I no on to continued support given Policy covers ;
n ILEav: IU.1I\V\V! ; get around his end. Talk to .
Mr. and Mrs Cah'ln1.1nnhw:: ClHHHes scltudIlel< I to bo hold
111.1 I .
I jthe Auburndale on Florida High ut 5 p. Chamber during the past 12 theft and accidental damage
B1I'TlMT niriuiiSunday i boys from I III Jan. 4
of Middlebui. two sl -ters. In Starke in ?1' 111I ( '
i and then attend the FIOI'I a, months and look fOl'Yo ard to
Plantation, ttuatka Lake to personal:.f
Mrs. Carolyn! Wpllhausen of School 10 a. m. to ;Mirth 221} I'e.i iSotial that ? ; r
Maxville. and Eliza Mae Pad- ::\Iol'nlnVOI'shlp, 11 am Cltv. Live Oak or anywhere\ :; SiieaiiM TursdaJ'< .". State-Miami game! an even greater and more in both on the premises\ and

gett of Mlddleburt. -\ brother Training Union, 6 p m Evening else and see if they have seen 7 to 111,1:15 p.m USO builihnn; night. The playel'111' \be 1 productive 12 months : away from home.'e have

Rickey, of MiddiebuiR: Service 7 p.m. l'rarel'lcl'tlnA' a better defensive: end:!. Joeyis .' Effective: Spoi-ch -Thur ,di! >'i', ', !guests of the the Florida. Hlohplaveis : 1967. j I some items of jewelry .
his maternal grandfathejVollie '. :\ Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. I: a stalwait 7 It) 10lf.): pm. I I'Sl% building for night.lvitlr : We welsh you all a HappyNu furs and instruments that .
,
Moslcy, ofla"v111c.:: Everyone! welcome Rev M. He is also one of the finest : The student will he asked; l bv 6-5 Larry B o\<'n \\' Year.
cost er :S500;; () should
hampered ()\
by a bid: ltHthe I
David Moilertou, pnstor.Jack's dow afield blockers: In the the instructor on the fur.,' I I t h
State. How many times did I <-laH niKht", to complete) u IVt- starting nnext Tuesdaywill I such ai tides lie scp.ri'ulcly + .
1- I he cut someone down or got I ni.incnt Record cheat.::= The instructor probably be Paul Mc- I scheduled" :
sailing! through the air. climb will also provide u I Lcd, Wayne McLeod Bob'iv 1 May this year fulfill )
I Whit Bruce} Jackson, and Charley E. Johns .
Restaurant over a pile-up.;: just to makean aelf-artJiesseil t envelope fur \ :
extui! effort to help the,1 mailing In tuition fees (1$27 OiefiT! Reddish Coach Adkln all your dredms'
IHlo weh I fur Ii itr.niliii, and l son. 1 1. still looking for a man Agency .
:301 :South:; Starke ball-ranl /get; a more, per roil 1 ---
to handle the ball out front. I
real estate? Joey was outstanding AlHi'him' County nidi.nl.8 131: S. Walnut :St.;;
it was an error tOI] For students. pnviouilv oil-. At one point In the Dunedin DeWITT C. JONES :
N Under New Management leave him off the State, ,railed' nt Santo J-V, a sew "p-| Tournament last week the PHONE 991-0201' .

: Team. : plll.ltlOM iS not necessary" ; !Ulll Tornadoes failed to get the t
tinitrmanent. rttoid Hliec-t IH 'ball up court fix !straight
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Two other Tornadoes if not 1967 \ j
Ocean I The second 1 meeting uf euli times and that resulted in .
three :should have received
HMMP class: will bo the doadJine lot 12 points for the opponents) ,
Honorable Mention Ron-
FreshDINNERS reglallalion.Addrtbnsl. Adkinson pointed out. .
nie Tomlinson! Eddie Stancil
and David Shannon. I would information maybe : .
ohlainuil bv addressing;: In- I Registration Set
not trade them for the players
In Boxes quirli-s! \ to the Office) of Student
97 who made the mythical Affairs, S.lllLa tv Junlui College For Winter Term .

Or Baskets teim Have at you their wondered portions why the I I (Jamesville At Santa Fe Lj{1 ..

University of Florida fails to ,L .
I REGISTRATION
Includes Shrimp Fritters French Fries Registration for the winter
how expression of Interest .
any ; FOR NIGHT:; CI.\SSIS: term at Bantu Fe Junior College .. .
In the senior Torna-
Tossed Salad AT JUNIOR COLLEGE: : : will ''be held :Jtondav: Jan ens' .wi
does? So have I''! Oh Well- I 2, from 8::SO: a.m. to 3:30: p.m., is i- ".

it takes a champion' to recognize Registration: I l.s now underway and on Tuesday, Jan. 3, from : : s .
Also Home-Cooked Meals one I gues j for night classes during I 8::CO: a.m. to 8:30: pm. for nil .s a .

the winter term at Santa: Pe new students and 1 fir any others -

.... Open 24-Hours A Day.... I I Vandals Damage Junior College In GainesvilleThe who were not regNtciedduring1 ..
schedule of night an earlier. xrsxlon / ..
classes has been expanded to Classes for the winter term, We to .
I. Lawtey Building I I hope serve
Increase the variety of courses -I start on January I, and I the 4
again this "
I 1 Van'lils have broken all the serving the interests and 1 late rcg-latj-.itlon nnd drop- ,U you

: windows! of the L wtoy Reoiei.lion needs of Bradford: and Ala- period} 1 lire set for January 1 /ear v,
.1--.... [Building! nr'l trimmlttelotheis I chua Counties!! from 1:0::: to 8:30 p.m. mind
1_ ,nets viindali, nrrord- 1 Jllnll"I')' :5 from, .430:: u.m. I In, Jerome Johns
: > Interested prisons are ur:::- t
log to :Mivor Charles! Shuford. ed to contact the Office of 3:30: p.m. Late registration fee ,
v-: The vindalliim took place on Student Affairs at SFJC as! I, will be $3 Oil Company + i.

.., < Chrlstmoa Eve, Mayor Shu- !soon as possible Classes", for r .
: % .::1 ford said|. adding that the p..rsuns I 11:1|: ;) Walnut St. y'f
: : : /t. the winter term begin January AdJuRtAhle'In\I Dunk .,
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responsible would) be dua.lt 4, I ('ovenI lies 30 cents ea. ,
with eerplIf; If caught.I&ppy. lit The Tflf/ raph.

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Morgan Tells .- -

-I-v------- Funeral Held / Contraband POST OFFICE HANDLES I In Th. County Jiiilue'H. ('..n..... In '1'.* ('lru..l' Court I. AHfor
Benefits OfFlouridation LARGER VOLUME: llriKlloril. ('....at,. N.Mt.. Of llrndfurd ('o.ii.r, KlorldIn .

Monday For Charge Laid KlnrliliilOMlnle: i ut S. 10.: Kinrl| Postmaster T. C. Hazen Jr. ).
New The Stnto t of ""Kliirldn To All Snvlnim
Bank
IL reports substantial Increasein
a
Tooth decay: and related H. L. HoughHenry To Baker Man : I'ITMIIIIH,,, IntfrvHteil In I tile. Kx- ti.rporntlnn. I'lnlntlfr, v*. J..,'
the volume of .
conditions children holiday tat .r Half! Ifecedent: i-phV. Andr..w. HI "t u*. Cal
among mail handled this Decemberover Y.I lire' hereby' notified thnla L>ef<>ndantit.
from lower Income wtftten
families Instrument purportIntt -
In the Logan Rough 89 William Arlie Combs a Baker the same month last I ti" In. I the UHKt Will and ;NOTICE OF' Bl'IT
county were describedas Phone ,.- din:!, last Friday In a local County resident has been year. TeHtumont i t unlil decedent The Statn of Florida
"ftpalllng" by II. p. Morgan had been admitted to probnteituld To: Joseph' V. Andrews. II
in a talk at the Rotary hospital) following an extended charged with introducing con From December 1 to 25. '"I Court and Nina H. Andrew.$. his. wlfi
Illness. traibnnd into the Bast Unit of the Starke post office delivered You ute, hereby commanded 21 F'eufh BtroHi.' "Cnmhrlilgi
Club' Wednesday. the within six inlenilnr monthnrruin :5liasuelilsett5. 02.119
Born in South Carour.u on State Prison on December :! 6,451 parcels a 14 pel' the lItI, (,. .of I the, firm puhllcntlon >. You tire hereby notified, the
Morgan. who was In Numbers April 14. IBS' hi* parents 24.Combs cent gain over the 5.663 delivered of this notice to I apptar a suit hits been filed, again"
charge of a Head Start proJect has 'been released In wild \jurt and show you und luiane, liuiten an<
last summer. said that I veie' the late Oeotge and from the i last December During cuiiive. If .any you. 'un. why the porn'lh [>uken his wire, I Ii
: I Lottie Burrows Hotigh. He Bradford County Jail I the same period. 14!>,343 let- iiiTlun of unlit Court In ndnilttlnic the above entitled cause. ; an<
examinations of 160 children under $1.500 surety bond. Ha I .aald Will to prohateHhifiilil that YOU are hereby require:
was a retired Naval' Store*
in the program revealed that Is charged on an affidavit sIgned / ters were cancelled as com not summit unrevokedSIO.M. to file your. nnnwer with th>
Coming operator a member of the ( .) Clork of this Court. and t.
.
90 per cent had dental problems I- Methodist Church. and a. life by Prison Investigator Boo pared with 132.729 cancellations -I Tlieron A. ..Yawn County serve a copy thereof. upon th
and that one estimateof Williams with attempting JutlKe., Ilrnilfixrd/ County Florida. plaintiff. nr plaintiff. attorney .
member of the Starke Elks I a year ago.JEIIOVAII'S .. ,. whose name! and aldrefttIK
thecost of correcting Ix3dge. to enter the prison with four 'lrnt I ,pultllcutlon t ...n. perem- Maclean RaBmlal anilHalliard. '

these deficiences among the Soon I 's// r\ j ounces of vodka a watch for ln-r. 2'i! in mi Hino I Atlantic CoamI.Inn ,

group ran close' to 8000. Surviving Is his widow Alma an Inmate and a pill of undetermined .- WITNESSESTO I 1SI21 4t I-IH' Diill'llntr, JacksonvilleKlnrldi
I 32202." not later than
__ Hough, of Starke: two ATTEND ASSEMBLY; -
"The basic problem !is tintwe type. January 22nd I'll7 If yon fall
daughters Mrs. Dorrls!! Foster III Tlie Court Of The < ..>.!no.fiitliuie. cnnfessowill
He Is described on the affidavit to rto MI>. ilecre pro
have a group of workesIn I The Stake congregation llriiiirorrt,, (' "'H.>. Florlilii. he entered aicnlnHt foi.

of Starke and MI's. Lena you
as ,.
the being "over 21. In ProP te.I .
county who are not the rnliif demanded In the
Andrews. Orlando; one son.Carl therefore the charge J is a fel plans to join with more than I In re' "Estate: of s. R ",'..rk.. complaint.
earning enough to give their
1.000 delegates in Jacksonville l 1'0.1.' of .mild null beIng
of Orlando two The nature
Hough
children r''lj. ; ,* All Cr.,dltor and PernonMMuvInK
adequate dental and:! r \ for the foreclosure of a mortwaKe -
ony.Prison next month when 17
r-vars_ brothers Devon Hough of Claims.
or DemumhAKiilnnt
medical care." Morgan said. New telephone numbers are -- officials declined to encuinbcrlnif,, the following -
i In store soon for customers :Crnlr I'ntz ITC rlirrk. Venice. and Travis' Hough of give details of the incident.CORRECTION congregations from North Said, EHtate, : OeBcrlhed. reiil propertv :
He declared that those many manager out new central off let You) H ml each of you arehurehy I Lot .',,"I'. Block Four Sn ci-
of Tele. Texas one sister. Mrs. Luna Florida will ecther for the I rieti ,,
who oppose the Independent I equipment which will be placed In operation lure In February.switching i not und reiiuiroilto toga Hela-htM. Unit Two. acconllnff -
spending Federal
phone Corp. because of a Stringer of Alachua; and three-day Circuit Assembly I present :.mv rliilirm and de- to ,plat thereof rwordert -
I mundithlch. you. or either ofvon. Hint Hook 2. Han. TO', of
I I In
-:- --- change to more modem equip. I system in the retnie pm11'; Putz stays more several ,arandchildren (treat The electric clock of Jehovah's Witnesses. may. IIIIVD avnlnat the estate the 1 public recordH, nf Bradford
I ment. amount of floor pace. phone accommodations can be grandchildren. and great.I presented Leonard E. Wallace presiding !;!- of S 1C SparkH, deceaHed. (ounty Florida.Tiwther .
to Coach David Horse at the I Innof mil, hi I County to the with all uutruCtures
ErneatO. Another I easily >made with the installation great grandchildren. minister (.! the local congregation ,
Aucording to mivivngrer change brought a- recent football 'banquet was a County JtidfCH of HradfrtrdCriuntv. and 'Improvement now end'
12 ''Vi des Pats the new equipment bout 'by the move will be to of the new equipment. Funeral services were held said that plans are a Klorldu.. nt hIs office here after .on nalil land and all
gift from the School Board
i In the 10011.or, mild.
civtirt .
..
.
will be switched to use early I convert aU 069 numbers to 964 i New phone directories will nt 2 p. m Mondjy in Jones rather than the Quartet back being formulated for ti.e ('.,tnty .at.I I'III'k.' .. Klorldii. with- 'tiu'hed flsti.r.flOV.. t to i>r used or hereafter In coiineotlun. t-,

Custom Made Sunday morning February 5. numbers. The new system will be mailed out on January 23 Memorial Chapel with l Rev.V. Club, as reported. It was semi-annual meeting Jan n H'X' i .ulenilar months I fromthe with the premium" herein dencrlh" -
pre
,
.
This will allow the telephone accommodate 3.000 numbers.I and letter I J. Rassdale and Rev. W. 0-8 In the Jacksonville Civic time of th first pulilli'iitlntiof : ) anil In addltlrn thereto
For Florida Living a informing custom sented by A. N. Holiday, a I this notlne. ":11.10 claim or the following describedhoilanhotil .
company :to handle twice the I There are presently 2,600 ers of their new number will !''A. Hogan officiating. Inter- School Board member, on behalf Auditorium. demand Mhnll I) be Inrltlng, uppllanc. which

YOU G;et More number of calls as the old phones serviced by the coma be sent out on January 16. ment was In the family plotIn of the entire board.IIKftlHTKM I und residence. Hhall and dilate post the office place atl-of ar.and flxturev and ahull b*part defined of to the li.,

Dedan Cemetery near> al ness of the claimant and Mhall'
For Your $ $ Brooker. under direction of ,lutlnn of thin notice the flrtllloux .le sworn to hy the claimant, realty t :
I ( : FK"I'I1IOINotice .< name of Hrmii'M Beamy hid IIIf..nl.I n,' attorney. and. WltneHB mv banal' and the
No Salaried) or Com funds for the war on poverty fluoridation program. I Xtisle Thnmas and Florida DeWitt C. Jones Funeral \A I i.: 5llion. under which:: I nm, :.'iItg.i ; any Hiich, iliilm.. or demand, 1 not Meul of said Court at stark.
and similar piograms should Morgan said. I,I Uank. at Mnrttf' a banking: Home of Stark" Active pallbearers :' la hereby xlven, that In hlmlnexH nt 442K.Klnrke HO filed fthull he ....laI Klurldn. thin day 29th dny of
missioned! i ""I"rllll..n.l I'lalntiffH I vs th .. ,Iie.-ember. A. D. l"ll".
Employees under heprovisions ,
nndernlfirueil. t f'lnza. "Stnrke' Flu.rieirce I.nlii' %V. Sparks
advance some plan for takIng One five-year-old child examined Van II. Anderson ami, Hilda :NAndemon. were Merrill Struth. of Chapter 20.USLJIWB Hllllth. 4I2I-. ","rl... As nxwiitrix: "f the 1.111'Will
DAD & BRAD LARSEN I care of these problems at last summer had 26 und. hi. wife, Joix-plt, W.Uamt Charles Johnson. William B. uf Florida. Arts of 1041. IMa>". "Htiirke. ?'Io.) ...1.| owner,, and, Temnment i.f H. II: '.horl.... 'aS." Darby
Lucille A. (Clarat hi. will r'tfl8ter with the Clerk II'> Duleil, thin 2'ith!' lnv' '"' I-ti'- ypnrk 1 .. dec, ..lined, (Clerk of I the Oln-ull Court
LIKE TO WORK the local level. cavities and another actually wife, "uM'lunl.| ] HittiMtu< and Thompson James Blood- the flrrult (''')"1'1. In and for .11,1..1'. A. n. 1'ins! nt Sturke .. rat l publication/ r>e<.. 2'' lly n"lol1., : :Moody

As a preventive measure had pyorrhea Morgan Uvlo tlxtii, hlii ItuttlHt wife,und UufenduntB.NOTICU Adele. .Hat worth Buford Mitchell and Bradford. County Flnrldu., upon Itru it fi'tI, County. Plorhln 1486. j I Deputy Clerk
of proof of publl 1-14 12: 29 41 "' 12 U 2t 1-5
Don receipt |I25 tt l-J"j
YOU Benefit for tooth decay. Morgan said said.He ; O .' SUIT Champion. ,

that the addition of small reported that: children To: Llvlo KiittlHtii; and AdAPt. -
Hat lima, til. wife. leHlilenc'ill ..
amounts of fluoride to drinking from one area of the county I 1 Npeni'ei< port Ituad, Hoi It-
I All Sl/es
in Display water has been tecom- -Brooker -" had less tooth eaterew luik, l'aniliale| Uut,

8-10-12 Wide mended and endorsed;! by decay than those from other llat.l.You.
I ,
I are hereby notified thin. I I
I IVi Bathsand 1 leading medical authol'ltles'l sections. and said this: had M HUM, II... 'h. en filed! HKaln i .

Expandable HP said that In communitiesj you In I the. aboxe, "nt i I ill"ni
I been attributed to some natural -I .aiiHe. and you ar. hei, i lIy r.iupr..tI <'
adding fluoride to their water i mineral ., ,I.. nilVolir. .IIIHWI' i
there had been a dramatic or chemical I with the 'ci-rl| of P his '..nirlami

New and Used8Yr. drop in the Incidence if! content of the water. I ti. i."l'Ve.u. copx thereoiupon ,
1""I..lIrrM'
i i i alloriiivThoinaK -
tooth decay. Ut ..1..'..-... L'O'l-fi Nor'IIITemple.
I
financing available Avenue (II1. 41. Lllawer, ,
Dental care Is ID Th I Ore: statlie.< i"IQI" ili. not' lat.j I
Orrn-.t
Court ut Thf
Use Our and;! we would all expenslVe'j\ l.lKbth: Judicial. IrciiH 0 than Jamiary 3, I'llii -. --.-- -
Rental-Pur Florida. la If vou fall! tn .I.. so. deiU'e. .
chase Plan--Payments a n the long run by acloptlnsi: Count) In lhnnrrr Anit For> I Uraufuril n.e :%.. pro tonfvsHo; : will he uiilernl8alnm I 20 word or less one Insertion Memorials, Resolution, etc. Display Ad. In ClassIfied So>:tl al

B. T. Thoma and hl' wife- yuu for 1 4lie relief dr (nrdjOinum charge! ) ,. 1.00
---------- -- Per word -----------------------U
Under $50() Per MonthNOW I iii>iiu..d in tiii "complaint W1.50 per Inch-first Insertion.
The nature it< said' Knit, b.. U not paid In advance __________ 1.20
Prig the foiecn'sure) of H i mon Card of Thanks: Up to 50 word.
gage on I the foilowlntt, itencrm* Keyed foiled, or blliui nUn $1.35 per Inch after lint Uuertlxo.

ed n-Hl P "uriiperly,' In. KriidforilCounty (,minimum ttatrf) ____-_....._ 1.2ft (minimum charge) ___-uu_-.___ 2.30
'Iu'hl.t.to wit :
BRADFORD PECANSSee A tlnct of land, Hltuuted) ll Each: addition word over 20______ .03 Over 50 words: per word---------- .03
the :NortlieaKt' nuarer. of Sec, .
lion "12. I'owiiHlilo> n $Houth .
Mobile Rnntce 'J Ka: .t. I'.ra roril,

Home Sites Them Shelled at the StarkeFarmer's (more'oil ri y.partlculai Ii'iI/ri.la." .ly ,dimcrlbed,and l",-lnti I Uf Insurance Problems? HASTINGS MATTRESS NO 481 FIVE ACRE FARM: TilE RIGHT POINT: for the BE SURE TO SEE: !: WORU

AVAILABLE fulloivC'liminence" ..' & UPHOLSTERY WORKS I Beautifully landscaped lawn. I WilY you write Come In anal, BOOK before buying *ny

nt the Southeam 2 houses outbulldnus: fruit select your fuvorlte ESTER1 ; other encyclopedia. af. A.
the
Full Lake Privileges Market >.rn.*, of I Hie NnitheuH), 'I oar .all \Man From 710 Lemon St. IMlatka I TELEORAPII. .
RUOOK
Homestead Exempt "'i/ of 1O'lIr.1I, :32. 'rovneIiiiiiit ') < "KEYSTONE"George Furniture Repaired I and nut trees On paved fouuttUii pen. Payne your local reprwMtnt-

"' '' ii. !Ian".. 2?. ltt: i.t. S thpnc* highway. Yourt for unly $7- tlve since IBM. Box tat
Financing 1 IToSLbs. I rim Noilh II dcKleex.. U mill E. LaRue Upholstered & Refinished '
700.
$1.25Lb. tit"- I K.I: ,,HI a illKl.ime' of ',:9t1::> ''I.. JV1ATTIM2SSES REBUILT Phone' 964-0791. Uchg
fA'I i ,ii. u |tikm" run, thcuciNorth NO. 0190 CORNER: LOT I
:; t'l ,ileiiiui'M i I 17 "minute I .t ) K'jvstone Height New InnerspringH
Lake Geneva W>.41, Ii ,illMlnn i.s' of 459.1,5! feello Consultant For All Your 200' x 210' Frame 3 bedroom i INSURANCE! :
10 To 20 Lbs. $1.20 lb. n polnl. In the Moiitlnaxterhrlifhi I, and Box Springs house In excellent shape AT REDUCED RATES
Insurance NeedeRepresenting .
-"'f-ia tiy I line or Htuli" I'
Drop t:1: A Card or CaU Well shaded !lawn Barn. A- ACTO. FIRE BOAT
Trailer Sales 11,10".1:0., ::". :I'OO.! mlilpolit Myers Power Tools
PALATKA EA 5-9166 joining available. !
lii.iriK, I the point o'heirlnnliiu I acreage DOYLE E. CONNER

20 To 40 ; I thence run Kntil' Great; American Ins. Co. I MRS. I'EGGY SMALLER Just $13.!'00 and BOOH! terms i iSTROI'T INSURANCE AUENCYcrchg: Area Headquarter For
Lbs. $1.15 ib.40TolOOLbs. & i'1'' rteiri. 't". .. I il I mlnnteH' nest i iiflHtanee
On Route 100 One Mile SL of :l.'iO:; feet to- a point The Travelers 1 nil. Co. I 209 E. Adklns St. REALTY I Lttunmotven Power TVoMMrCulloch

Keystone H I..ht.. thence run 8outh 49 deirr"" < Tel. 473-4603 Day I Stark. AIr ni 2117 N. Templer.. \ I
4'J mlnutus WCHI, u dlntilnce, of I : Chain Sawe
Open Sun. & I (U.S. 301))
Evening
47J-4325: Niles
)4t.a) feet tn a ,point. themi FOR SALE or leascLarge
...
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$1.iOlb. Phone 960-9 tlH Stark!! Pump".61Vater 8.1.
run North 40 di.Kree 4 ,II tnln Auto lire Home Dullness
:
3 bedroom frame
house, COI'1'er
III.MV""t.. .a "llntanoe of ".'H, I Brlgg A. Stratton Fsgss
---v- feet to .1. poln. i In the Honthasterlv ') Monthly Payment Plan lot. Fenced back yard new
rl*. ht-of-\\av. line i NEW FURNISHED ELECTRIC: ADD MACHINES: roof. 746 S. Westmoreland St. Kntal Sale* lien_
a Mtale lUiiliuav> .,, No 200( Ihcnci
-- 1 "n :>' irth 411! deifreeH.. 4'!* lulu ONE BEDROOM; Two good buys. New Smlth- or phone 9816864. tfchg 230 N.E. 18th Av*.
utes Kast nln-nir. the Honth I Coroni Flgurcmatlc I case Gainesville
11"1.11I
irj ien\' rlichtolvaline., ONE STOPMASONRY >> I
slightly: cracked in shipment, I II
dlMIIIH-e, ..r. 410:! feet to. itt APARTMENTSNKXT : i Ljclt .
$
"point of hevlnnliiK., and, contiitnliifr SERVICE I $87.55. Has substraction. FOR SALERefrigerator: and

2.H07> in.reM, fore ''it| Smith-Corona 890 I Repos- ': Deep Freeze $100..00. Automatic I

tens, Charles A. Dnrby I Heady. Mix. all .!*.. Concrete : TO IUIS sessed:!, almost newl with sub- i| washing machine 2 "IT'S NEVER TOO LATE TO

p Clerk of said. Circuit, Court. Block; all type Sand; traction. $128.75. Bradford: I I. coffee tables 2 lounge chairs. LEARN. Register" now. 'Adul't
12IH 4t I---'I Frevo Lintel. EverythingnerettMury Klm-t. Heat unit Air (' 11I1. ,
'' Education
for concrete niitonry County Telearnph tf :| All In good condition, reasonable claattea. Elementaryand
1
.. priced. Call 964-2781. Secondary. Phone 964-2701
:IoU''U', .: OF i\rK.\no\: < I coniitrui-tlou. NELL'S BEAUTY SHOP day; 964-3071 vanJngs. tf
tfchg
Ml.;:4.l,In till I'lCI, StIllS << "'e will meet any price on Call Highway 21. Melrcse. Two operators : ,
"It: all mat rh.l., within MrtMiforil -
;Notice' Is I i'.i|"""'' urlxetl I tin to serve you. Tuea j
th. underslirniMl., piirKii'' ml, !I. County. AND KT1VLMAINTAIN > :MR. :MASON: thru Sflt. Closed Mondays: FOR SALE: Large Brick FGGoiio .FOR BALK;, -farm fresh
the l''i..tlilo:11 Name. Statue. ,' Qt1\LlTV.
,
Home. 323 N. Walnut St. ub-
Ch.ipero: 20I.! ;I |I....' M oKlorlila I rhone 475-5285 for aopolntment : i, II 1 3. C. Holtaendorf, 1>i mile
of Ernest:
I nil.!i 1 I DM iimendi-d h< I BRADFORDbNCINEER1NG car Tew I 4t' ha! 1-5 1 Jcct to lease. Reasonably on Edwards Road. tfchg;
Chapter, No. L'OTllO I I..IWH u priced. Call Gainesville :i7 76- ,
Klurlil.i, I"v.P" lelnic "Sectlol, ;: CO. Realty Inc. I FOR RENT- Large furnished' 9666 I I-
I I
'U.OU.I'> lila StHtiies.< ullkegl
,.tilwith. I the, Clelk of th Ph. 9B4-2521 Starke Gainesville ,\partment. Living room bedroom 4tp-l-5 Linotype Operator Wanted-
I I'lrcntt. Coin''I In .ati'l. fui, Ph. 376-6161 I breakfast room enrt Full time or Ideal for part
Bradford, County. Klorldu' uponlecelpt !, I
: of nioof of pllllltutlol I 2906 N. W. 13th: St. kitchen. :Mrs. D. L. Silcox. 331 I time Reused Operator. Bradford -

of thlx n..II.. I I II I.e fli' 'tltlounainv YOUR BEST BARGAIN. Clark St. Phone 969-2281 County Teleniaph.
ti>-uttJack's : ADULT EDUCATION cllU! ell. Uo I
MARY (JARTERPAINTS
Itestaurant I' H Join now. Elementary and
:HOI: Houth Stiirku, Florida.W. 34 Acres
H I'ukcs, I Hole owner, Secondary. Phojie Bti4-2701 MAMA; PRIEST KINDERGARTEN I We have cevrriil Job for

2014 I Parental I Home ItoiulJacksonville days; 804-3071 evening tf. Within one mile of County has several openin male or female.
I I itt> Ca!I. Count} Jlo .pltal. suitable for country
Florida i for kindergarten and day care. I CENTRAL
v 1" a It" 1" "' FOR SALE homes or subdividIng Price Phone 964-8941 3ten--1-3
One deluxe EMPLYOMENT
-
$225.00 per acre terms and release I
I TilE RIGHT POINT for the Frigidaire electric range. Call clause. A. J. Thomas. Re- 333-A N. Temple

the way you write. Come in 964-3501 [Day or 533-2175. altor. Tel. 964-5701.( FOR RENT-One and 2 bel- Complete Line

- I and srlect your favorite ES.. after 5 p. m. tfchg room apartments furnished or 01PAINTS

I TERBROOK fountain pen. unfurnished. Reasonable. W ANTE'D-Lo close In, down

TELEGItAPII For less than 414.50000 fl Nollman 510 N. Cherry S.tfc'. I town preferred with minimum
Joyous i AUCTIONEvery i much less t can put you In : ANDSUPPLIES : of 125 ft. frontage.: Contact

;" Friday, 7 p.m. the nicest masonry house with Buford Mitchell. Phon. 969-
central heat
and
: I Bring your furniture or I everything. WANTED Waitresses apply! 3281 P. O. Box 238. Starke

I Many extras. Just t say the In person. Lee's Restaurant I Ionl tfchg
anything of value We For All
Purpose
Hew HERE word and I 11 show you the _
Drive
: In. tf,'., r
I will sell it for best Well
you. value in Starke Terms Polka U you can't find

I FENNELL'SBARGAIN with payments less than rent. WILL TRADE EQUITY Ins I ZIPPERS it come out to the Old Trad-

I A. J. Thomas, Realtor. Tel. bedroom 1 bath concrete Ing Post. We have Just about.
: .
i ""',1 I CENTER 964-5701. tioek! home In N.E. anything
section of 7 & 10 In lOc I you are looking- for
Year. Come to the Revolting Lightuii Oalne.svllle for equlfy in home Stoves heaters, electrical

: I ('. H. 901 South rOR SALE-Furnished fra-n": or li>t In Starke Call Mr :MoMllllun. \ 14 In. .. 15c pliances, furniture toys record ap

,' IS .' > I tfchs cottages ideal lake homes \ at 964-3900. I players radios antique, wagon

< ___I I Call Strickland's: Landing, 2tchlt 12.29 ; 22 In. . 25c wheels farm tool. fence


. 1987 To one and all THE I .ALL. TYPES of lawn mower. i iI !| Kingsley 533-2321. Lake 533-2551 Stchg 12-or!<' bath FOR SALE--2 completely bedroom furnished and.! I I I I I be Posts undersold.spilt rails.Remember We will not we

.; and flaws machine sharpened. I buy sell and trade.
.- ,I 'V BB > __ house trailer. Very cheap No: I I S1NGKR; Leonard
. (, Calvin Johns 332 N. Water 1 Orlffls. 2 1-3 miles north
: Ph. 964-1441. tfdvgr Nation Wide phone calls please." O. \V Van DIAL 301. on

Valln. Kevntone Airport. Itchg! I I O _._ tfong:

1: : Paint Factory ..cIlRI TI.LAW.V: : :si.mc NEW BRICK HOME Just outside -

: MAN fARRIED COUPLES: WANT.II 3-11 N. Tempfe Ae.Ren. LEFT: ITNCL.\IMKI: : Console :Model, SelnJC'Ia: city. Small down pay

ED for cottage parent / Zia ZAG SEWING :MACHINES : .'hlne.Iu..t: pUwe In yuurlU'.a ment. easy monthly terms> Call

: I J Couples, tart at 1445 per mono $1.99 (Cul: Value : We have two 1007 Ilnl-O- A-l .nhap ZlffbuttonhoV'H Za". or "write Buford Mitchell

, : TO CALL FOR THE BESTBUY I Minimum education 9, age :21 I 3 Gal. For $5.00Reg. Matlc Zig Zagrs! that have never tll.ld..Ign.... Phone 969-3281. P. O. Box 238
etc. Soul" new for user
II plus. 3 day I ON YOUR INSURANCE: I I'I married *30O. :Miut' ..acorlfl.- Just tfchgLOST..SjJver
work _
couples name $2.99 Gal. Value Inw-nways, never picket!

.: 4 -J. -' --- ''I MERRITT HWILLIAMS i I 1 shift.also excepted.Qualified single If Interested person! 4 Gal. For $10.00 we up. are Customers unable to left locate this them.You area;. I $pay 3. monthly balance payments$63. or awuinu. Will catt. Answers gray female Persian -

. 4 .- ,i. p !iI i apply in Personnel Office take older machine In triule.Cull to name of
. I person can have these sewing Sam or Samantha.
.. Sunland Training Center. Reg. $3.99 Gal. Value machines for the balance of'' ('rl'dltIanag..r: collect, return to Mrs.\ E. Reward for
117 N. Walnut St. I kooon'lIIe. SA3-1B48 E. (!l'3Me.r,
I I Gainesville. 4tchg 1-19' 4 Gal. For 12.00 J47 each. cash or terms! Phone i any 130 N. Cherry.
: time.111 deliver, No ob 3tp 1.12
Phone 964-5391! COLLECT Jacksonville 353.:>
BIG DAD ligation. Itohg
MANUFACTURING I
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Another "good resolution" that fuse to do business with him or ---- .. .' : : ..C'I.. Woe unto the man who After leaving the upper The cattle remained in a

many of us could make at the her, and should immediately noti- :'l" : .j I ., r :;..' kills a rare white deer! Bad crossing: of Alligator/ Creek frenzy for hours until ex-

l beginning of the New Year is to fy the police so that necessary wLjcP: :: : ,"; .., .,!oj;.'. .' .1,\ luck will certainly trail his trail to Jacksonville turned hausted., A couple had been
...''It footsteps.Not off to the left from the Mid- killed in the turmoil and
cooperate with our police officersfor steps might be taken to see that .. .., ',. '", ,1 .'.1' '.
more effective enforcement of provisions of the ordinance are k. .'J'', 4' '!l'I ''' very many people have; dleburg road. Having come some others too crippled, to
i't.I.I.:' .., .;. ''','.''')''..fo'tn. \;, ,.." had the opportunity to prove a? far as midway betweenthe travel.
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city ordinances governing the licensing complied with. of''T. .'' ''
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V'" ", 'rI, '.. : v .., oe disprove this old "granny present sites of Lawtey After the drove at last had
and issuing of permits to The persC who cooperates with 1.. ; p' 'l" :. '1'; : ,,
\ : ""... ,'.1 superstition often repeated and Highland, the drove was been brought under control
persons taking orders and solicit- the police in this manner ia not "', '1 1[;;''' .. i around the fireside:! In the halted for rest and grazlnj.: and the march resumed the

ing business from house to housein only protecting himself from pos- '. i i'f., \ : \ : ..... frontier homes that dotted When U was time to start drivers rode side by side

competition with local mer- sible loss of funds, but is. also do- .1 r" <"+'; ',-',,} -'>,:'"> ..'. the pine forests of this sec- again and Rice was In the without speaking Rice hu-

chants. ing a service to others who might <:,< .." ';, < '.. '. ... tion of Florida a hundred act of saddling.:! his horse he mlliated! and angry over hit.

From time to time, it has been also fall prey to the unscrupulous .:' '. ...:'. : :.." : years aero.Truth suddenly looked away wl'h loss and Hunter feeling bad'
> : or superstition? the exclamation. "Well. I'll over the damage to his char-
pointed out that the police are at- solicitor. He will also be helpingto .. "
I, "- Take your choice. But the be-- Their horses excited by
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tempting to enforce these ordin- protect his local business men '.... \< 1t{. t": t.J'I. following tragic incident was Hunter asked what it was the behavior of the cattle
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to the best of their ability from unfair competition. ... : .' : ..
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." I. f '' :. related to a Telegraph reporter he saw. and the smell of gore and
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but are handicapped in their efforts Undoubtedly, the police can doa ;i ;... ."': many years ago by a "There's a pure white deer musk, were hard to manage.!:

by lack of cooperation on the much more effective job of en- ,' QL'7.0 .' .. ".:-'f't. : man who had first-hand Information off there among the cattle Suddenly one of the stallions -

part of the public. forcing this ordinance with the ....,...:. "r," i' .;, of the facts. It the first I've ever seen." said grabbed the other with
Every time a solicitor comes to cooperation of the general public. .ht.t. ..II! i. was since corroborated bv Rice. "Mr. Astor the million- fl bulldog grip by the throat.

t the door of a home, the person being The next time you answer the '. others. aire who comes to Florida Both reared and fell over
In the middle of the l.iat every winter, has a standing backward. Hunter used an
asked for an order should immediately door bell and find u stranger wanting' ,.
,. r< li' century, before the days of offer of $50 for the hide of a old-fashioned dragoon saddle
demand to the the dotted line < ,
see cre- your name on tt
white
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railroad transportation. It deer I can kill this with a peaked cantle of
dentials of the salesman or order- ask to see his permit or license before . was the custom to drive huge! one his agent will pay me brass. His horse falling\ on

taker. If the solicitor does not you sign. You will be doing :. :r herds or "droves" of cattle the money." him' the cantle was driven

have the required city license or yourself and your local merchantsa ''' 1 1t from the vast feeding areas Rice untied the long clear through his body, while

permit, the home-owner should rev favor. / ., : of Payne's Prairie below the single-shot pistol that was the pommel crushed his
:''iJ. ,..' present site of Gainesville to strapped to his saddle. Hunter chest, killing him instantly.

Loopholes Need To Be Closed ( :.;...." ; the market at Cow Ford begged him to stop saying Rice suffered two broken
; 1:. ,.,. ..' dow: Jacksonville 1. that killing a white deer legs in the fall and several of
Incidents in recent months on the sidewalk. '
have again demonstrated the importance 5. Notice the stranger's appearance ".1 ,"'j ters", Jim Hunter, an elderly the cattle safely to marketwas the kicks of the horses.

of impressing, on chil- closely so you will be 'j!,..;;'>" .'..,: man and his! young assistant difficult at best without Hunter's horse was killed
t : Bill Rice stopped overnight deliberately: Inviting disaster. by throat lacerations, but
dren the dangers of acceptingrides able to describe him later. _
I i ri" with their herd of beef But the excited!! young Rice not before he had kickedRice's
or gifts having other 6. Always remember that the '
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any :. cattle, at the home of a trader laughed off the warningde- mount to death-"
contacts with strangers outsidethe policeman is your friend. Go to ) a few miles\ east of the claring; that it was only an Later, the two Negroes,

home. him any time you are in trouble. I; :'J. .:.tqi present site of Starke. After old granny-saying1 and he who rode ahead, of the drove

Here are the basic points to Leniency of the law (as pre ,if.'r;,./--" + 11 good rest they resumed: stealthily made his way looked bark and saw the cat-
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stress in getting this message ently written) and reluctance'onthe ."",1''4' '. .' 17I their journey toward Jac'c- among the cattle. He founda tle a long way behind, scattered -

across to your children : part of some children and parents 'J'. .,, sonville. gentle old work ox. drove and grazing. WonderIng .

1. Never accept rides from to report such instances are 6 '1 Ahead of the drove rolled:! a him In front, toward the at this they turned back
J covered wagon with cooking beautiful white deer and and saw a sickening sight
strangers. doubtless responsible for the fre- ".
outfit and food for the men soon came within range. He Rice was still alive and
2. Never accept candy or any quency with which they occur. '" and horses It was driven by fired, and the deer fell dead. barely able to tell them what

other "treat" from a stranger. The depraved mind that gets away :. H.-r. 6ot) ''N' and old Negro! who served as Rice shouted to his comrades had happened.The .

3. Always report any strangeryou with one indecent exposure or ( .t'rG.dawarr" : 's;. ,. ..' iiG w: i1.L cook. Along with, him was his to come help him carry Negroes had to leave

see hanging around on foot or charge of a similar nature usually son who serve:*\! as "foot the heavy carcass to the the cattle, place Rice and hU
in a car near your school, playground becomes a repeater, or goes on to One Hundred Years Of Progress ((7)FARMER'S man" to drive back such cat- wagon but they turned dead companion In the wagon -

or other places where you something worse. tit as had dodged Into the away. He tried to drag it by and1:\ retrace their Jour-

play or spend leisure time. Re- Nothing would stop this typeof swamps where horsemen himself but /soon gave up ad ney. On again/ reachingthe '
could not follow. decided to take the hide off NewansvilleMlddleburg
port such persons to your teacher thing quicker than an all-out
Hunter and Rice kept the on the spot and sacrifice the road, they had the good for-
policeman mailman bus driver crack down law enforcement DIARYment
by drove moving. Eachman was IIIf' .t. tune to meet up with the

or parents. officers, juries, and the public at mounted on a "marsh pony" Before the skinning! Job was owner of the cattle, who now
4. Always try to get the license large. A stronger law would help, We had a Merry Christ- hens or eggs. But dur- stallion.! Such horses ran half done the drove of cattle took charge" of affairs.

number of the car. Make of course, and the public should mas, but also a very snappy ing the year a large numberof wild on the marshes around smelling the blood, came But the young and Impetu-

certain by writing it down with demand that the next Legislature day. due to the freeze which other plants were put up. Orange Lake. They we-e running toward him, bawling out, Rice who laughed at old

pencil, or scratching it with a tighten up some of the loopholesthat knocked the temperaturedown with the result that now you skittish and unruly yet were pawing the (ground, milling granny sayings", had died
stick in the dirt, or with a stone now exist. to 27. or lower In some see clusters of the large used by the drovers becauseof around'. and flghtliur. Rice while Jolting over the rough
places. Alice cut her poinsettia sheds all over the county. their hardiness. had to leave his cherished trail.
blooms on Christmas Eve quarry and, run for safety.
They Look Around Then Move OnOf
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and they are now In the garden The trend here as well as

the thousands of people who And the situation is likely to room and. .pretty. as ever elsewhere In the country has
toward fanning -
pass through Starke each day on become more critical in the next been contract
We got our Christmas tree whereby a fanner raise
our busy highways, a great many few years ''with the possibility of early this year and kept it something with the certaintythat

might be potential residents if new industrial development the out In the yard in water until when he gets. done with
they could find desirable homesin western part of Bradford County. Christmas Eve. Troublewas By Sam Mcfiarvey it he will have a market for

which to reside. Young people want to settle It shed Its needle-1 at the his. produce or livestock. One

Some of these! stop long enoughto down in 'a community such as ours slightest touch. and for a the area along the roadsides. berry grower for Instance Y v l l ,

look around they ask ques- to live, work, and play. Retired while. It looked as though Somehow oi< other they have told us he went into poultry M

tions at our Chamber of Com- persons like our friendly town well we'd have the only needle- the mistaken notion that the raising because he got tired
lets! tree in the area. ben.lesere planted for their of worrying about marketing
merce, at the service stations, and enough to spend a lifetime's savings .
and they'll give his! fruit.
at motels and restaurants. The here :- but they all requirea Santa Claus was very goodto you enjoyment a saucy argument when .

questions usually are about schools, place''' to live, and a great num- us: Alice was delightedwith you try to run them off. Alice and Sam extend, to

and churches, recreation facilities, ber want to buy a home of their a blender a portable the readers of The Telegraphour

and most important of all mixer a high-Intensity reading The biggest news in Brad- very best wishes for a

housing accommodations. own.We have been forewarned about lamp as well as various ford this year we think, ts Happy and Prosperous New
toiletries and clothing: Sam the Increase in poultry pro- Year. Along with the prayer
But after asking the questions, what to expect if industry corner'), r.i
was pleased with a club-soda duction. At the start of the that the war in Viet Nam
most of these visitors move on and we are not prepared to give
tickets to the op- large number will be brought to a successful -
maker two year there were .1
down the state. Not because their
they employees adequate housing.
and that we .
era a minnow bucket a of farms In that business conclusion ,.
are dissatisfied: with our area as They will 'do the only thing pos- batch of shelled black walnuts either for broilers replace- will have ,peace in the world. aaa, !

a place to live, but because: they sible; to do under those circum- a wallet, and four

can find no suitable housing.: stances they will go to live in shirts. Santa also broughtthe i// a '
Starke is losing money every communities that are prepared to house a present,i new 'f'N/IIAI f .5, 'iii///,/. / i" :, ;;: : : ,/t tyl' ;:; ''' /rr/1n/Peer/q rle

day because it cannot provide take care of them, and Starke and mailbox to replace our brat- I NEWS And NOTES ,',1)11rA. {,i",. x15.11 r. e'"Hr/IM/M/r /prUri, /.//.,//? ,'?,,;/"/'',-111l,:;../,.e.,iii..,i/ii//H.,,.,. ,1 t.?.'
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adequate, desirable homes in whichto Bradford County will lose the ben- en-up one. 1H1 rrh ? ,
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live. Additional housing facilities efits that are rightfully ours. The high-intensity lamp For Today's Homemakers ,,

would increase revenue on This has happened to us alreadyin ,', j
bv the way. Is an Interestingpadget. t 1111,,,
everything from taxes to groceries the past. Let's not let it hap- It consists of a By Martha Sue McCala lei ,el/ t ,)i1, ,., j r. nr :. ;ti'a"If..r///! ,l/qii ur/ik/ riiliirjii'ai; w :

: from cars to clothes. pen again transformer, whlrh reduces! County Extension Mr u p tU'i: lpljla;; ifljthU.l1i91; it/ilfiii/ llirril/i'/ itiiriiiiiriiitiI{ ( ujuiii( ; .! ), ,';it

Those 'Benefits Of 1854In house small current bulb to which 12 volts produces anda Home Economics Agent ltd ( t r lt.,' tW Ila!{ r(ttaltiiltiu't4Nirit} ( !11 la!Ihil//nall.,),- ,,, ( IalulrtlUlu,;, tl,1.t', f.1,I/Itlltrhjfltl4/iifalfirniiiiu/i/tfltt;. F? C;
if tltt)1f,1/ ? ,I.r/.rlunllnq/.n ,
light equivalent to a 125- t ijli l Itrip, )'..). .," ,,., :: ei/ :? / ,' ;?/ ; r.th? S'r al
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these days/ of ever increasing call. watt bulb. In effect it Is nothing l lir,' ,; ,;,))llrl 41i/1/ rA t'cr e1 jla lr N///,1//1//1n,/ 4//r, r1//.?Yq/U/ ,,., luiirlent
demands! by the unions for a Any employee who In in the more or less than the Christmas GUt tints soon look sick-the flowers // ,

:30-hour week, months-long vacations habit of smoking Spanish cigars, headlight you use In your To keep Christmas gift begin to wither and the leaves

and multiple fringe bene- getting shaved at the barber car: someone had a bright plants at their best, try to turn yellow\ and fall. Out Of The PastTwo

fits, it is hard to remember the shop, going to dances and other idea and has turned it Intoa provide growing conditions\ Although certain plants require -

day when employers still made the such places of amusement, will wood' money-making-- !similar to those! in the greenhouse more light than plants others need well remembered figurea > shown displaying one of the tyIth their parents" In the
osition. flowering
rules. But, believe it or not at give his employer reason to be where they grow.plants bright a'.l: light the greater partof of "the Starke that is handmade crocheted table- 1880'a.
Be sure to water
one time they did. suspicious of his Integrity and all :In trimming our tree we sufficiently, but avoid over- the day. South. east or no more" are the sisters pictured cloths for which the latter Miss Sally ran the old

Here are a few of the regula- around honesty. remembered way back when watering. Give them water west windows are usually excellent above In the bonnets was famous. Mrs. Mosley was Starke Hotel for many years

tions laid down for employees by a Each employee must pay not ]lighted candles! were used when they need it in orderto locations. But keep they, wore during Starke's the gardener of the family and was a atom house of information -

large department store in 1854 : less than $5 per year to the and remarked on it when visiting keep the soil moderately plants that are in bloom out 1P57 Centennial celebra- preferring to work outdoors. about the people l

Store must be opened promptlyat church, and must attend Sunday Sams mom on Christmas vet, Check the plant at least of direct sunlight. The suns tion. MI s, Laura MosleY The sisters were Halslop and events\ of those early

6 a.m. and remain open until School every Sunday. "" Day In Jacksonville." every morning and test the heat wilts flowers quickly. (left) and Mrs. Sally Ti.son! /girls before their marriages days.! ""

9 p.m. the year 'round. Store Men employees are given one "You lighted the candles. moisture content of the soil. Try to keep plants In tho both[ now deceased) are and came to Bradford Coun-
be counter base week for she recalled "and then held Once the soil is thoroughly proper temperature. For most
must swept, evening a courting pur-
your breath for fear the moistened dont water again gift plants' try to find a
shelves, and show cases dusted. poses, and two if they go to prayer motion would
the slightest where tempera- tantly.
until it begins to dry out. Re- bright spot ange, three fourths cup Barbara B, Reddish Bachelor : -
Lamps trimmed, filled and chim- meeting regularly. set! the tree on fire." Back In member that plants in cool tures will range from 65 to drained crushed pineapple Remove from heat; skim of Arts In Education;

neys cleaned, pens made, doors After 14 hours of work In the those days! it was a common rooms need\ less water than 15 degrees. during the day. one-fourth cup chopped! mar- and ladle !Into hot containers James. Hamilton Rltch, II

and windows opened, a pail of store, any leisure time must be thing: on Christmas Day tohear those in a warmer drier at- and between 50 and 55 degrees aschino cherries 13 .unce and seal immediately. Use Bachelor of Science In Busi-

water and a scuttle of coal must spent in reading good literature. fire engines responding mosphere.) at night. bottle), one-fourth cup lem- canning Jars with lids that ness Administration; and J.
be brought in by each clerk before to a call to put out a tree Never allow plants to go Keep plants out of either on juice, 1 package powdered can be tightly sealed or jelIv VV. shiner; aster of Science

breakfast if there is time to do Anyone for the "good old daysf fire. for long In soil that is water- hot or cold drafts and well pectin 5 cups Sugar. glasses sealed with a thin in Forestry.

so, and attend to customers who <<< 1854"T .5. logged or bone dry. In either away' from radiators and To prepare fruit Sort and layer of paraffin (one-eighth Two candidates from Key-
Trees then were decorated case, roots will be damaged. hot-air registers. wash ripe pears: pare and Inch thick) stone Heights are: J. R
with good things to Pat and Wilting never helped any Don't worry about fertilizing Yieldabout 7 halfpintJars
Chop or grind pears.
core.
I Larry 1 LJnsln, Bachelor of
The Bradford County Telegraph the chances were that If you plant. gift plants. In most cases Peel the orange, remove or 9 fclx ounce glasses. Science In Education: J.Ppnnan .
heard a crash In the living Ordinary water or well\ water they come from the florist! in seeds and chop or grind the
ARID Established 1879 :room. It wa caused! by ahunlP"J' Is usually satisfactory for healthy condition and don't pulp. SIX TO GET DEGREES!!) Roberts II. Bachelorof
Arts in Education.
boy reaching into the watering plants. Use it at reed fertilizer AT UNIVERSITY OF FLA.
E. L. MATTHEWS branches to get a candy room temperature. Rain water TUTTI-FRUTTI JAM, -Pre- To Make Jam- Measurechopped
A pears into a kettle. Six Starke students have
Editor and Publisher cane. As a kid we remember is excellent but do not ty and Good. .
Add orange pineapple cherries applied for degrees) duringthe
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and we from U. S
stringing popcorn use home-softened water on Here's a recipe
16\\ H Florida Oldest! W.ehlyNewtpapee know that others will remember pot plants.Be Department of Agriculturefood and lemon juice. Stir In recently concluded fal'
PobtfelMri C.Cy')1 _- homemade decorations that drainage Is specialists for a jamyou're the pectin Place on high trimester cf the 64-67 academic -
: ? V"'er .... s.awMaeth..d. sure heat and. stirring constantly
tIIa-'J' and year. They will be
that looked good adequate for your plants. It not likely to find on iSC.t666
bring quickly to a full boll ?
honored at the annual com-
were also good to eat. necessary poke a hole the grocers shelf. This Is a
with bubbles the entire
over
Published Each Thursday aid Entered! a* S end jCtafl* through fancy wrapping to Jam we think you'll enjoy mencement ceremonies at
Matter at tile rat Office at Starke, Fla.. From all reports the berry free drainage channels. serving on special occasionsand surface. Florida Field on April 23.
17.... Act *f larch' I, lS7t.U crop 'Is doing fine and It Plants In .jardinieres or pa for family meals. Add the sugar continue The six are: Alfred! Bernie
that the word shoukt Three chopped or stirring and heat again/ to a Collins. Bachelor of Science;
pier-mache containers
would cups
Trade ATM 1 Yr. S8.M; d M.. $!.... seem
has gotten around for there never tand in water very rround pears (takes about 2 full bubbling! boll. Boll hard Sarah Ann Epperson. Bachelor
0...... Trade Ar..s I Yr. Ms; 1 Mo. ......
for 1 minute. stirring cona- of Science
or- In Education:
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YYYYYYYYYYYY'f''f''f''f''f' everyone a Happy New Year. ford of Palatka, Mr. and Mrs. I Christmas guests of his parents -, being formulated for the ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC Morning WoraWp. H .. m. BETHEL BAPTIST CITCK

a May all the joy of peace and Lee Flake and son of Jacksonville : Mr. and Mrs. Lois semi-annual meeting. Jan. STARKE Training Union 7 p. m. Even Sunday School. 10 a.

happiness come to one and Randolph Crosby of mans. C-8 In the Jacksonville Civic Sunday Mass' 9:15: a. m. Ing Service 8 .. m. Rev,, Morning Worship, 11 a.

to; Bayless Hiway all.Mr. Maxville. Mr. and Mrs. Bob- ,, Mrs. Eleanor Sheaffer New-I l Auditorium. Tuesday-.Novena. and! Benediction Lacy Conway pastor. Evening Worship 7:30: p.

. fro arid Mrs. Lavon Crosby by Crosby and son and Mrs. son of Detroit Mich. 7 p. m. Inquiry Clasa Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.

: In Br Mm. O. :E. CroBbr: and children of Brunswick. Mazie ElIxson of Gainesville : lUng relatives here for a few FIRST CHRISTIAN 8 p. m. CHURCH OF GOD Wednesday. Rev. W.

, as rYYY'f'YYYYYYYYYYTYY'f'YY' Ga. were Christmas guests of were Christmas Day guests : days.Mills I CHURCH STAJIKE Thursday and Friday 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. Newmatis. pastor.NORTHSIDE .

, 11111 I )his parents. Mr. ar.d Mrs. _.. of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crojoy- Kelly of Lake City Sunday School9:45: a. m. Mass 7:30: a. m. C1:30: : a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSESTO
: Cl1 Well Christmas Is 1i.tr :y I I A. CrosbY. i Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly was visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. Morning Worship. 10:45:: a. for grade and high school students \ Worship Services' 'I a. m. and BAPTIST

t Now. is tlie Unit- to 11"1,11 1\11' anti Mrs. Otis: Craw- and sons and Mrs. Beulah C. Crosbyi and Kenneth Williams ATTEND ASSEMBLYThe m. Christian Service Hour !. 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday, Located on Bayiesa m.
Kelly were Kuests; of Fiiday nlsht. Starke congregation 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting, [SR 225Jat] Balford
, .-'-. supper 6:30: p. in.Wednesday. Saturday Mass 9 30 a. m.IIEILBROXN way Ri
See.II Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Raulersonin Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lyons plans to join with more than I Youth Choir Friday. 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L. S I SB 16]. Services: JSuiv.

; ex.. GLASS I That's Our Bus nes.. Gainesville Sunday.Mr. and family spent Christmas 1,000 delegates! In Jacksonville Practice 3:30: p. m. Fellowship : BAPTI*!' Williams, pastor. School 10 a. m. SUf\\(t

: inso and Mrs. Edward Hill with Mr. and M s. N. F. next month when 17 Supper, 6:30: p. m. Mid- Sunday School 9:45: a. i FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Morning Worship 11 a.
and sons of Milwaukee. 'Wise. Boswell In Thomaston. Ga. congregations from North Morning Worship, 11 a. ul. I Union 6:30 :
Training
: 'If It's! da,* We Hay It" I week Bible Study, 7:15: p. m. Sunday School 9:45: a. m. : p.
let and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Kur- Mrs. Sara Alvarez of Gainesville : Florida will gather for the Adult Choir Practice. 8:00: P Training Union 6:30: p. m. Morning Worship.' 11 a. m. Evening &!rvico. 7:30.: M.

. oftn. CALL WRITE or VISIT Hn and children of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Mark three-day Circuit Assemblyof m. Evening Service 7'i'J: ( Mid Youth Fellowship. 6 p. m Week Prayer Service, Wedn.

FOIl ANY' CLASS NEED ville were Christmas guests Alvarez and children. Mr. Jehovah's Witnesses. week Prayer Service. '< ::00 p. Choir: Practice Thursday 7:30P. : day, 7:30.Rev.: Glenn La
of their] parents Mr. and and Leonard E. Wallace presid1- .. Johnson .
Mrs. Charles Bastic of BAYLESS IPO;,."' m. Wednesday. -Tt.oy hon, pastor.CALVARY
. art: We De"'tmtodern' :\ Store Fronts I Mrs. W. H. Brown and Mrs. Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs I ing minister of the. local congregation pastor. m.

Just ;Mail Us A Pattern For Neta. Brown. This was the Don Alvarez and daughter.Mr. .J said that plans are BAPTIST CHCrfCIl KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
; we first time In 6 years that the and Mrs. Luclan Alvarez Sunday School, 10 a. m. SMYKNn MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHCnCEf Sunday School 10 a.

- in Table TopsSHEA'S family were together.: Mr. and family of Ralford, Mr.I ,f'Morning Worship, 11 a, m. I BAPTIST CUCRCIt Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning/ Worship, 11..

ea: ond Mrs. Hill and Mr. and and Mrs. Bland Mathewsand In the Court of the County!j Training Union 6 P. m. 833 W. Pratt St. Sunday Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30: p.

. chm GLASS CO. Mrs. Kurlin will spend children of Daytona. Mr. Judge, Bradford County, Evening Service, 7 P. m. services: Sunday School 10 a. Training Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Service, :39.: Pray

< Thursday nlqht with their' and Mrs John Benny Sapp} Florida.IN Everyone welcome.Rev.. M. m. Preaching, 11 a. m. TrainIng Evening Worship, 7:30.: Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7:10:

j !pnrents i before leaving for and family and Miss Ruth. PROBATE.In David Medeiros pastor. Union 6:15: p. m. Evening Meeting. Wednesday 7:30.: m.Rev.. R. H. Butler past<

: wr: U13 Vtt.'nh; V\\ Gnirteille.. Fla. Phone FK2-4333 :I, home. Alvarez of Gainesville were re: Estate of ASSEMBLY!\ OF 000 Worship, 7 p. m. Everyone -Rev. Jim Rigdon pastor.BOATDRAIN AIRPARK. BAPTIST
. .. -c---- Mr and Mrs Johnnie Sou- all dinner guests of Mr. and Lois Edwards Adklns deceasedTo HIWAY CHAPEL welcome. Elder T. C. Williams -
. /a Jr and children of New : Mrs. Carl Sapp.HAMPTON. All Creditors and Presons pastor. BAPTIST Sunday School. 9:43: a. .
. Bedford Mass. are vlsitlnsr j Having Claims or Demands Weldon St. and Ralford Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning. Worship 11 a I I
. VVYVVYVVVVYVVyyVyyyyy' I Road. Sunday School 10 a.m. LAt.'R.BAPTli'l: Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening Service. 7r30: :
] hm brother an.,1: sister-in-; Agcainst' Said Estate: p.
Izi.g law. Rev. and Mrs. Dive: Mc- You and each of you are Morning Worship 11 a. In. I Sunday School. 9:49: a m. Training' Union! 6:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting Wedneesd.

(d"lJa" hereby notified 1 and requiredto l Evening Service 7 p. ni Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening Worship 7:30.: Prayer 7:30: p. m. .fvainlng Unit
I Mr present claims and demands Tuesday Prayer Meeting/ Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. Meeting) Wednesday. 7:30p. :
and Mrs O. E. Crosby any Friday, 7:30: p. m -Rev. E.
. Mr1J.. L Johns and Mrs. which you, or elthtr: 7:30: p. m. Thursday Young Prayer Meeting. Wednesday, m.Rev.. R. E. Bergstrom.pa Oriiris : .
By Mm. BlurWilliam/ People's Meeting 7:30: p. m. 7:30: p. m.-Rev. Luther McGee *tor. pastor.HOPE
Bcvm-lv Spence of Jackson- of ;you, may have against the

1 ville were( Christmas quests .A.AaaaA.AAAAAA..A.. estate of LOIS EDWARDS I Pastor Leroy ZJghtsey. pastor.BROOKER. FINE LEVEL BAPTIST BAPTIST C1IURC1t

g of Mr and Mrs. Sherman ADKINS. deceased. late of LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST BAPTIST Sunday School, Ilia. m t Highway 100 at Therevu
!Mennlson Carl Dennison. -
: I Crosbv In Gainesville. Avery said County to the. County CHURCH Sunday' School 10
11 a. i
Morning Worship, a. n>
:Mr. and Mrs. Markleo Sunday School 10 a. m
.H We were sorry to hear that Norman and girls Mrs. Frank- Judge of Bradford County. Sunday School 10 a. m.; Morning Worship 11 a. m Pre-ServlCM [IBooster Ban<., Morning Worship 11
W'lllace Solano and Warren Florida, at his office In the .
le Jean Keys and family and Morning Worship 11 a. m.:' Training Union 6:30: p. m Young People and Pray m.
J L" 4: ; ,j % I Cadle: are both patients inBradford Mrs. Neta Johnson were the Starke court house, Florida of said, within County six at Evening Worship 8 p. m.; I Evening Worship. 7:30.: Prayer Service] 6 p. nu. Evening Training Union -6:30:
County! hospital.Rev .
; dinner gueats of Mr.< and Mrs. clendar Prayer Meeting Wednesday J Meeting Wednesday, 7:30.: Worship 7 p. m. Midweek! m.Evening
< months from the
and Mrs Dave Mede- Arthur Rhoden at their homeon 8 p. m.i; Sing each Friday al Service Wednesday 7:30: p Worship 7,:
Iras and daughters were visIting the Okaluwaha River on time of the first publication 8 p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane (I DEDA.V RAP.riaitS..okerl] I m-Rev. D. I. Ramsey paa- m

Rev. and\ Mrs. Jerry Christmas" Day. of this notice. Koch claim or Pastor. i Sunday School to: a. m.1 tor. Wednesday Night Pra jAn

Harris in Billiard Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Burk- demand shall be in writing

I Mr and Mrs. Edward Nor- hart and family of Perrine are and shall state. the place of I I

II man had: as truest!: *; on Christ- visiting :Mr. and Mrs. Lynn n-sidence and post office address -

I ?: : .. r"nlMr. and Mrs. Thurman lffUl and \Mr.: and Mrs. D. H. of the claimant, and I j i investment in Your Future

::1 : i J"ne and son; of I-ndv Lak I Crawford and family during shall be sworn to by the claim- I I

.ifl i :Mr and :Mrs Eugene Jones the Christmas holt ays. ant. his agent or hU attorney
of Leesbura Mr. and Mrs. 111'lnd Mr* Dave Swindell and any such claim or demand
I i iI I i Julius Jones and son of Eus- were visiting. Mrs. Della Hagan not so filed shall be void. I A Y tr ( rn re en ruJ IflfJ(

I I tls. Mr and Mrs Goron:! and. John Hagan in Starke on /A. Z. Adkins Jr. I

Jones and daughter. Mr. and Sunday. A. Z. ADKINS JR. I
: Mrs Charles Cribbs and son Earl \Villliimn left on 'Monday Ail executor of the Last Will'

r of Gainesville and Mr. and for miami to spend several and Testament of Lois Ed ..... 7 -
I MHirbo't, Norman .nndimi'v days ,with his sister :MM.i 1. wards Adkins. deceased. < ,

This was the first i| Lou ISP }'O First publication: December I'
jeMi :Mr, ami .Alri.: J4qVLIAk....- METRONOME.
!&SW3 ,, ,. I Pujsebeat
I" .o '!l" \' }h ile 22. 1966. .
If Ni. r tn fn.iniv !ia\i,> been toner I I worth* and family were dinner 12| 22 4t 112| ,
guests of :Mr. and l :Mrs.[ Vasco for Music.
i- fl Sy? yf I Km-iv,i ,'.i h11\ Kt.nUu, on Christma..3 '5,
( & Ml .inci' ;Ml\ Vi i'lion Tay- In The 'ourt of the County
\&istli&fc '
\ ': Ituy.Air. .'11I1 Ie". Vn unit, For U."dtunl' .
: ;",A J; loi ot Jacksonville and Mr. : and :Mrs. Richard J William County, florid.i. /5 ; : CHURCH..PUSCbCt
and Mrs. Charles Newmansand
and family of New PortRlrhey I '
son of Oa.lne.\'lIe wt-ie and :Mrs. Betty May In re: Estate of ,' ,t' en. ''I. :l r...t :: ,; for New Year's
== -=_-..' = "'=.=..-. =.=--====-.==:--=- ====-_ --e--=""- Arthur Dale Deceaj. :, your
: of
iijul 1 St. S.
--- '- -- --- --- ===- Melody George I 'I
C. wore Visiting :\1r. and :Mrs.[ : r Resolutions.
i J. W. Home over the weekend NOTICE OF FILING PETITION I .t' .. .
'
I f.
iAikvEiiiUi!{ [ iEs DIRECTORY.iNTItiiS G.and B.irksdale were all guests on of Christmas:Mrs.[ C., FOR OF ADMINISTRATRIX FINAL, DISCHARGE 1 '.''. :

I I I, Beginners in music study have to have

-- D.w.Mr.: and Mri Ted Curtis and I TO ALL WHOM: IT MAY : ) 4 !
/ PET SHOP CONCERN; : I II help in timing their practice.
? I IICAKIXO AID .. family of Stewart ::\11>18., and .
I Notice Ii Is!'! hereby given that '
(Mrs. Helen Jacks of :Memphis,
ANTIQUES For Best In Hearing SeeSONOTONE- THE Tenn. are visiting Mr. and :Mrs. 1 have filed my final return, ..' .S4..i 'j
The Metronome: is a reminder I to
as on
administratrix of the estate !' slay
P. H. Lott this week. '. 'to r
Bought-Sold-Appraised!'! I Kongo Pet Shop Mrs. Betty Perez of Tampa of Arthur Dale. deceased ; I __ \ the right beat.
FurnitureChinaClass that I have filed t .
spent tho Chrlstmaa holidayswith my petitMifor 1 If'<-
Silver--Brass-Oil Paintings OF JACKSONVILLE"The Poodle. Maltese-Liana* her purc.nUl11': and :Mrs. final discharge and that Iwill I 1 .<."'.','
POODLE GROOKTNO: apply to the Honorable I IThel'on ,.
John) }o'arkas.11"3
: One Piece or a House Full Strongest and Smallest Sweaters, Collars, Tam, A. .9. n 'i lhebtwthledwmeansIhroughwhich/
':\ Frances Lott of :Miami Yawn. County Judge/ JI .

... )Ina Ward Antiques Hearing: Aid! in the World" Bird Pet Fluh.Supplies Honuteni. spent the weekend with her of Bradford\ County. Florida'' .' \ Cod pronounces .his word. Gods word
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on January 16th 1967 IS .
for I II.
''''I'.nts11'. and :Mrs. F. P. approval _
V.12:: St. Johns Ave. ('... Aid Made Dally & Sun. 10-6 P.M.. of the. I.
Only Hearing frame ,
Lott. and or _ I Ci} sets up the highest ideals for man to five
Closed Tuesday iwobin Wadaworth spent' final discharge as administratrix _ ,
Jacksonville 387-1379 23ct Monroe19'ksonvtiie 8939 Her Ion* Rd. Nonzuuidl of the estate of ArtlMi Therefore
Tall: Collect: :Monday in Jacksonville with : by. there is no better ground
I ::1.:1-1463: Section her great grandmother, '1\11'>1.I 1. Date deceased.!'! ;
I _ .
W. Jacksonville 781-2800 I<:athelineVndsworth.. December 20th. 1966. to base your New Year Resolutions on,

Auto Siilas &: Service 1I01IB\ siioi.* :Mrs. J. L. Hollyfleld and Mr. 'a. Clara Dale I
PIANOS GROANS
I and :Mrs. John V. Hollyfield of CLARA DALE:, Administratrixof Vf4 thasthosesetubyedLord.

WESTSIDEVoikswagen Mason & Hamlln Piano Rutherforclton X. C. are visitIng the Estate of Arthur D Ue.
FIELDSHOBBY Hammond Organs Jtr. and :Mrs. Henry JIc- I deceased 'T.
Inc. SHOP Inc. Magnavox Organs Clellan this v eek. THOMAS: & PIERCE : "Man' shall not Ooe I ly> bread alone but

"You Get A Good Deal At Mr.: and ''Mrs.: Frank Brown 203-5 North Temple Ave.
AUTHOIIT"{ I pL.En I>!: A Complete Line of I anAl daughters\ of Winter Hav- Starke. Florida 14 by every word that proceedeth out .j/

I i I en a.nd11': and Airs.' Kmery 12-22 4t 112oCyru.Jo _
,'I a,". PartsSliop I the mouth/ of God.I .*
!neat & Airplane: Builders Supplies Brown were dinner guests of' -
.
"en; F. O. MILLERLrCQ
I.4'lJ. ncdy ( Mra. T. F. Brown on Saturd.iy. :\ ) OK. i >."iKvrtoTO.
*t t own WCO
-SpiylnHzIn-! Radio ltIOI4I'UIi Ii Ii .1..1.101 i sn
OUAN :Mr. and :Mrs. Steve Jerrell ,
Open S IL'n.--.8 .
p m. I n. H_cf, tut PIMM 7ijNM, ,ivoi- > \ KNi : I
3 ,.flI *'"i* '(10". .il} Sunday< Conll'ol1'dtodc( : and. daughter were visiting Mr. >tU'H In h.r*.by KI..',, that'
tl.VI) I.'il'y: HOl'TII and Airs. Arnold Childs< and Ihn iifl't"rNICnel.' litirmuint,, tithe I 'Hit Oiurih. It Got'i"oppomttd," ogmr. .(Mi M<.U., hnptaA..*............"..tf fe.In* 't t T1IF

Phi mo, .1; KCS-I! -in,' '{Hl..tll: arid Equipment: JaoknonvllleSEWING family In. Tltusville over the Chaper I Firtlll.Hid' X>. :20SIS.1.i Namr I UivFlorid. Stat"''.> I laI..nd.1. Iii.d.and, for mon I....,.nd l I."Nutlon"" ky.kmrg. ka..globor.WnMMi. ...
weekend.Mr. 1IM1 1, 1 ,,. gioundiitg! in 'Iht .lov. of 1o4" .. ...
MACHINES i an nmmili'rt" ; g>urnmoiod w ,( Oft w4 hi,* J <2-
Parrish MotorSKIJVICE Open E\nilnffs/ 1111 I 9) P.\: !. : and Mrs. James Thomas, <'hapt.'r' |:: 19r:No.. :2H7BO: lifting I"'Sei\v 'tlon ofFlorida ; I pirlivifa. end lho Inedemi" ...ut h, .. told Ie d.", will ..,..'..bI, ,.",,10. Thuhe. u.s .' : .
SINGER AVT. ZIGZAG and daughter were visiting. :Mr. eea.os.':! Florida SIKIUCK., will' tram 0 silts, poet! nl.! ,.?... ... ihould tippet KM(hurt. for .the. win tl Hit .ilfuu
a.ml1l'8.:: Frank Thomas on r.'Cit. ti'i; "r with the Clerk ;of lln I '"* hiimoll,,, orj hit ;.....1'. 'fonij rhnf, ho...or, tYtty p. iM ihouM uphold and |*iiriiipolt -
t I '.r.'t C02 SO E '"r-WOrtd I Like New In 4 Dr. Cablne' Sunday and Monday of thisweek. \ (Hradfori'Ii I nil ,! Coiintv fount. III Florida and.. foP, I'' the huiiN Imooit II Km I Hit, liulh.. about' monUt. dtolh. ami, dnImy.tb., -1!!
uporrfielpt
10: .1 I 'K:01I'lf: RR-Hl.fi'1( \ ; Sold New over $300 i of pro.jf of (IIIIhll"U", t i I kath .liKh, atom. nil MI km. ftt It tm u t ihiid, al Ctd. .!WI .N.'
PARTS PaL $72 or $5.00 Per Montt of thin n..Ii.., the fli,.tltloiunamft. C",_ ...>.50.rr.
I !''l'l'OI'i() :< ('I.E to-wlt:
In .1.... Circuit Of The .., .. I
fimrl .r..k. fl.etaisrai.t. IT 3SOI ,
32 Yiurj As
A Dealer
Ideal Sewing CenterALL ..1",,". Juilli-lnl. .. tlrrult Of $..''ith. !'>Inrl,... !'"n'l i Ida.. I
Alwava ,} I lled Cars .'... I
OG ( lorliln I D Anil llrmllurilotiittv. W. II l lunkoc\ mile II
ttil Laura St. .,....-&.."..11\ Ul<. HONDAM MAKES c. la Clutnrerr.. 2019)\! Parental' llt'm. 10"1 I
I'nMi* :%... ..lnckKonvllliI. >u\' l.
Phono 8G6-iGi4! In IdPelltton. ITIorUi. These Religious Messages Are Made
Possible
By The
Followinz
O ronc) Y CLE: S SPOn.ora
New and Used Machine\ of li 'I -
.., -
I. J1 I __
(;.\\1:\ I'I'ICribb: AlL :MODELSMeichaiiUr. 848. Cassat Ave. NOT IPK: i IItO''f1": '"' ITK\TIOX: 'TnItFoIMTIfl
.la, < k onvll1p :SRO-5071 Tn.IUITIOH. : Kdw.irrt :MlnibiAiMrHKM ,,\ : yicrtrIoI 4 STARKE (BUILDERS UND"RWOODRestaurant Lawson Meat
MarketAND
;. Green S'.ampa' end 1UI.It1wflve, UiIi : \- N.\\It:
; :
!: Campers TKACFv SERVICE now. n.You :XolKA'I |I. h<>rhy I1'lv.'n Hint SUPPLIES, Inc.
are lieri-hy not. Ift..I I that th.> n''Mll1'n.J.' | ) purntiant. I'
Open BAM. to 7 PM.MondayFriday I Hit .ithovf.-nam. \ .'n,<,r.ItoluTt th* 'KKtltloutt, Nam, "k "HtntuU.lha.pt. ,! '. I Featuring Am Hanlwurn & Motel COLD STORAGE
el-npy Cu uerSkampcr RAY'S %vtarrvn. :Siit/, | ... loa. I r No. 267fl. l.a\v oKtorld.i Complete Paint !Supplier
flit .1 l In thp ubovwHlvlivl Sj's-IaI| ...LI..... To !
n petition I Oil, tiN noionili'tt' bvPhnplvr and Cloml"CHKCK .. I Cf mniorolnl P.-ople A Speclalias In Cn.tom ta.1Itet'-'-
: Convertibles Coil It for. the adoption No 2lTl) l La\v "I' Sporting Nf'\V Kiw TV .
ir Contlitioncd ing &
'"r. the hild named WITH CS: V1KST" Cutting WrapplDC-
SAM: to 6 PAI TRACK SERVICEPortable minor )Klorldt 1 1.1, bflnw Hcitloi8n
: Shast.iII84IO48LW1k TnHM: t tin t ri 'In .and..1 you. ..,.* rinnlt'MlI t:, in, Ft.'t. '.itt. ,. $t H t tios. wni I 210* Washington St. UtH-4'iOl TI BS AND SHOWERs! !
I I. how ...tI...- why the Hume. roiriKi.'iwith': the flerk" of Hi. North 801 Ph. IMII-70 Pr par.d For Deep FreemPHONG
FIlUI"1I'.IIJj : S''I! i d.1 i 1 Wp'in. srtay. Track Press Scrvlc -.h nlil\I not hu frraiitid b>' ..'rx- C.....mi (""uII I III and rIO r Hrnd
s.fi' Ju tn Ave. l'I.t'SIU; si':\ U \\; Welding 'inv .a .""I'| y .of y.'ir wrtttt'n, tb. ford r-onn I> Vlorlila.'' upon.nrfrlpt 9S4.8241
fonnm.. If t'pon, Kuuuno: K Bradford Abstract Co.
I
,, any. I of proof of pui.llratlinof I -
:
Jacki4I ;MOTORS A CiTIES "fhan.' 122 >I. Walnut '%.r"-''', Attorney t.I t. 'Ihl-i notice. the riiltt, t \I' u 0 i Rosier Monument -
Use: Bulldozers\ & Crawkir I Co.
I for I't'tltloncT.I I I I t KtarkFlorida *\ name' to-wlf '
: :MOTOKS( ( ami, by flllnu thi> vriKlniil tJu' tIpy. ?MiiKenm .",::.: K.fi: i, 15S W. CALL STREET
4349 Blandlnj Blvd. I I I t thi-tiof. uith. t Ii.. I I'leiK 1 ,. 10'" .
"We'll Keep 'em RoUlwr- M .II-vlI St. :$tnrkn. Ph. 964-6SS1 Starke Fta. A Monument For F.t'rv f
NeedM
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of iihl 1'ituit" on or Ix-foro J. Itun, .lohnn. 101 I Foll.1: Iniir.i( I IXI. '
: Peavy Brothers J'I'kl4om'l1It111112; U liar)' II. I'.HiT!. otlii'i, a l toe! a d>-- "' .. Ii''urk. Kin ,and, John. A |I : \HRIF.: nR.\Sr'rt1
7287 W. Beaver i n, ,' "''nY.8., entcriiU atcainxt"ii Toriiiliai3, South Cherry. "I i Alio MmiNoleiimtIII .
: Electric Co. I'II" ) ', vrantitiMT.. vuld, ,adoption.WltncHH Stall. Flu. Owner .. Edwards Grocery & OF STAKKE, INC.
Jacksonville RR-4A'H my ,hantl a nI tin' !? q ," !.i I I \\'. :MiulUnn' !Starke.

rcruir MOTORSOein I Ir '\H'I 'S ICPaulus H.'al iI..lt..1. ,I of,, said c'onnty Court Florida.at .Starkt. ,thl*. I Mkt. Ph. lH-42) !) < : Hume 783-3665: U.S. :301 NORTH

kf"! v ( f' ;1ITh1rt5J" I WESTERN STORE 'nth tl.iof l'.e'.mb.Ubd.\ Adjustable Vinyl Book,
("rharl, > Ph. 969-3801 StarTe Fla.
.I \ I
arby.I'lrrk Groeerleten: t Feed. ,
...: ,, C'o\pr All sizes! 30 cents' ea.I I a- *
lal'l."s : Music Co. ( of tin. rirtnlt Cain
I A' -ii.! 11% Heul..h1.: :Moody. l Hput\> \ at The Tel'graoh. Gas; & Oil DeWITT C. JONES
i LITTLE DUDE \ "i'I." 'rk I Ph. 9 4.2tR2 Starke. Fla.'
Armature Ilndh. FUNERAL
E :.. Hand & String Instruments 13/8 4t U' '< II I HOMES:
Charley E. Johns
404 Leruix Ave '
.: .Tac.son..me: 387-2523 Cibson Guitars & Amplifiers Western Store --- ----- Roy's TV Service Starke Ph. 961-2600 Agency


.. School Supplies-Instruction "Where You'll Find Everything ,, DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home CALL ROY FOR PROMPT: Keystone Heights! 131 A. Walnut Ph. 944-0301: )
For the IlorsaEnthusiast"
SERVICE
: FLOOR COVERING=" Roberts Recorders Ph. 173-3176 GENERAL INSrRANCK

STARKE-PHONE:> 964.2600 920 Thomas St.. Starke Nobody Ilwt Nobody rnderelteChurley
:Music) '
Llb"ry-F.'Cpert:
: Looking for Western Clothing Leather- I Phone 9618031BRADFORD F.. John Agency

\ better carpets,?' Repair Dejvrtment goods Saddles and Trailers KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-PHONE 473-3176

41 \\'. Monroe St. Sinclair Refining Co.
MOTELA
visit ) Jacksonville 355-8447: Charles & Sharon Petty Rental Services ".. L. "10maA, Distributor Hurst Shell Service

: ., 3310 Beach ISlvd.Jacksonville 901 So. tdite: "ooj Are.Xicksonvllle NrPKKIOK; MOTKL
aza/I (U"IUROilE'It""F.: : '
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( 334 HOCAN. 398-3091 38I-131H HOSPITAL) BEDS!,; WHEEL CHAIRS Am'rloo'T08t Air CuaJitiuntMl: Hospitable- Free :TV.:>tel.. KiiH Oil nod iireunr. .. CART, HURST

CRUTCHES and Coffee 603 H.iUmrt.. Mtarko Hwy. 301 & 100 Ph. 964lll&
-=-': =' t=.z== r======- ='=" -= Ph. 064-3841
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This week


Ib. 35 F GET YOUR __ _
A
; BONE WHITE _

Ja&.'"",-/ :" Regular' '45< .. 3lb.DIXIE DARLING C 0 ffe e C u p -

.i. :; t Rice 391 r
'"'' ''' Fancy Each week a piece of Sheffield +
lItesnVi'lt"Peace>,1 iO.Jo.,... Fct/GaofLTlwtgt1Eat! Dinnerware will be
( 22-0 see ALL featured for just 9t. For =_ = w =
,.., QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED each $5 in -
d grocery pur r .
81 k Peas 19' --4.
v' PRICES GOOD<< THRU DECEMBER 3IST at eye I- chases,you are entitled to -
Yr-; WINN elaa' TOftBB, INC'+KOrTR1aMTN-I-a { one piece at this low price.
There's not limit...with a =F==
1 1-lb CRACKIN' GOOD
CRACKIN GOOD TWIN PK. Free Stomps

Treets . 35 Potato Chips. 59* $10 two pieces purchase...you and can so on get* OIuj .

pr ,



purchase: ? !! ; t

Dixie Pies 3 112.Pk /s1. Corn Chips 49x t "


DIXIE DARLING BROWN N SFRVI \ & LOW CALORIE


Twin Rolls 2/49/ Chek Drinks 151./ No.B 303ee fli ",...Regular2J542's 2/89/

DIXIE DARLING Regular 79t 1-Lb. Can REGULAR-DRIP-FINE Limit One Coffee of Your Chom With tifVJ rwl... ft

B-B-Q Bread 251. Astor Coffee e 5 91."J PTHTYMAI I Regular 911.8"l./ .

Regular 234 J. Regular 874<< 1-Lb. Can COFFEE Regular or Drip. Limit One Coffee of Your Choice With, $300 Order. Tomato t Juke i 4I/$1.

Chase & Sanborn 69 DU..I.' ::2"'C'I LIBBY
Arrow Tissue 19 Vienna:' Sausage 5/1.//

i Regular 59& Grant. Size BLUE or WHITE ARROW. Limit On. Detergent of Your Choice With $5.00 Order.
I
Regular 37 Regular 3/l V2 BLUE BAY

Scoff Towels 29 Detergent o e o e 49 Tuna Fish; . 4/1./

Giant. tire FAB Limit, One Detergent of Your Choke With $5.00 Order Regular J.Jit No 303 Can DEL MONTE CS OR
No. 303 Can BUSH MUSTARD,COLLARDS OR 1AF I1!

Turnip Greens 10 Detergent e e e 69 Regular' 354 .t.SK.Li-!! / ;-

B Regular' 6 Pk FISCHER ALE OK 6 Pk. '12 01,Cons BEER White
Regular 49it. lOll' oiM&M Sold Only In Stores With' Beer&Wine Licence" bold\ Only in Stores With, Beer&Wfc*Lfcen. Acre Peas 3/1./

Candies 39 Beer 79 Schlitz S109 80.c..PAL'ETTOFA'M Blru, CHe-s French Onion or .

Garlic Dip 39
BOB WHITE' SLICED, W-D BRAND 14 oCup PALMETTO FARMS

BACON Lb. 49US: ifi STEAK La. 881. BPi9eese69/

o CHOICE W-D BRAND Cream Cheese 29x
BOSTON BUTT FRESH PORKROAST PILLSBURY ALL FLAVORS
CHUCK ROAST u, 48'
cookies . 471
49 6*>*. Pkg TARNOW'S
Lb. U S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BONELESS
inBologna I . 2L9/
STEW MEAT lOojt. Pka
U. I. No. 1 REGULAR ;
Bologna . 45
If S CHOICE' BEEF i LATE .
POTATOES 1-Lb Pk9 TARNOW'S

STEW MEAT 3 u s. KJj' Bologna. . 59
COPELAND BAG HOT or MILD

LST W-D BRAND> 100 Free Stomp*With, Coupon Sausage u 491
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yyyTyyyyyywyyyyywyyyy hay ride and carol ringing last Mr. and M?& Leon Tomlinson. -
of Mrs. Johns' parents. Mr. lowed by choir practice and Moore
Biryon directing the zinging. of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. E. S. Slbley on Dec Senior MYl"" of Jacksonville Chuck of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Norman
THERESSA Hit dogs and cold drinks were: Jerry Ezell and Rhonda of Fort Of Gainesville Miss Celia Hamilton and children l
waiting for them when they returned Knox Ky., Elbert Hersey. W11llam 25th.Mr.. and Mrs. Ernest Triest. First Baptist SundaySchool Copelad! of Lake City. Danny of Gainesville. and Mrs RECREATION NEWSBasketball
to the church, where a 10 a. m., Worship 11 Tom on of Jacksonville, and I
: By Berky Newbjra Becky, and David New- Ernie and Dora. Mr. and Hamilton's hvothpr., Arthur
I bliff tire was blazing in the flrepliace ham, Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne a. m. and 7:30: p. m.. TrainIng the Tom Casey family Bogue. of Orange Springs.
Mrs. Lee Skinner
.. of Politico Union :
6:30
: AAAA 4 AA. : p. m. Mid Dead
I Gore and children. Mr. and and Jerry Calcott were In St. week service Wednesday radley of Fort Camp- Miss! Elizabeth Terry visited 1A11 boys ages 18 17 and 18
We wi h to express our ap- :Mrs. Freddie Jones and Don bell Ky. is I
spending his
1 Augustine recently on a combination 7:30: p. in.Church Mr. and Mrs. John Wyrlckin Organizational meetings I are urged to attend. Leagu'game
Hop / ChurchPrayer
: BaptIst pveciation to Mr. Trteat for the Touchton. Christmas leave
pleasure and business of God with his Tallahassee over the holi will be held starting Tuesday. will be played Thursday -
of Sunday
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Meeitlnj wsa! held use Ma truck.Sympathy I'enonali* parents, Mr.
and Mrs. R.
trip. L. days. Mrs. Joyce Futch January 3. for the formation evenings starting Jan.
School spent ; 12.
10 ,
I a. m" Worship 111
Wedhewlay morningr\ ) flu-e 21., la extended from :Mr. and Mrs. Rodney P. Hall Bradley.
We are all happy to l learn a. m. and 7 YPE part of the week with her of the various basketball leagues JUNIOR BOYS LEAGUE;
: at the home of :Irs. Fried Dodd ouir community to the family and chUdren had as Christinas p. m. Wednesday .
I In !Keystone: and the C1:1rl: %tmaspl'OlIIl"a.m I I'off Jerry Calcott In the loss of dinner guests: Mr. and Mrs. that Shirley Hall was able to 7:30: p m.. Prayer Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon sons and for 1967. Meeting to be held at the
: was held that njght: i j hils mother. who lived at Day- Clyde Hall. Rev. and Mr!*. Merle be home for the holidays. service Friday 7:30: p. m. Massey and children visitedOVtl' Rev. and!, daUghters-ln.laW'j. WOMEN'S LEAGUE Starke Recreation Center,
at the church with thee entire : tcna Beach. Packham and chll ren. Miss Also her parents Mr. and Highland Baptist Sun- the! holidays with their and Mr. Meeting to be held at the Thursday afternoon Jan. 5
a Suiutay School) and ail] choir i An offering wax taken In Ann SUces. Jimmy' Bitch and Mrs. Sam Rollins and their day School 9:45: a. m.. Wor- respective parents, Mr. and Futch, In Starke Recreation: Centei at -4:30: p. m. All boys ages
tskimg I partAttter honor of Capt. Leon Trial by children, :Mr.. and ''Mrs. R. O. son from LaQrange. Oa. visited '- ship 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m.. Mrs. R. L. Bradley and Mr. C. i Tuesday evening. Jan. 3, at 13 14 and 15 should attend.
I the program everyone the Adjutant General's Corp in Danaby and aon. Mickey and her for the holidays. Choir Practice 6:30: p. in. and Mrs. A. E. Massey and Visitors of Mrs. Ed Durban I 7 p. m. All women age 17 League games will begin Saturday -
p w.wt to the educational! build' Viet Nam, of which he was a Mrs J. Raymond Hixon. After I Mrs. Leon Triest. widow of I Prayer service Wednesday others. during the week were :\.lr'l and over. Interested in participating Jan. 14 at the BHS
: ing tor/ the opening of gifts and I m'l mlber at the time of Ma dinner, the group sang I I the late Capt. Leon Triest 7:30: p. m. Miss Arthurlne Blanchard and Mrs. Raymond Williams are urged to at gymGIRLS.-
Chrlatmas trea'ta. death in Hong Kong. This offering with Mickey providing carolsI mU.1|I I and the family of Augusta. Rev. James Walker pastor, spent Friday to Monday with and son of Jacksonville Mr. tend. League games will be PIGTAIL LEAGUE
: Siunday. Dec. 23. wa Mission I will be given. to the orphanage me on his guitar. I: Oa. had:! to cut her visit short may be heard each Sundayat Miss Enza Blanchard. and Mrs. :lay Bovett- and played on Tuesday evening Meeting to be held Thursday _____-
.. Sunny and Sunday nigrht. the in Viet Nam which Miand Mn. J. D. Griffin|j I with the Sidney Triest tam. 1 ::30 p. m. over .radio: station Weekend' guests of Mr. and family of Valdosta, Oa. Mr. In the local high school !gym Jan. 5. .4 p. m., at the
Lord's birthday was observer! I Capt. Triedt.. had a part In or- and children\, and Mrs. Rhoda I fly to return home when her WZOK. 1320 on your Mrs. A. C. Pearce were :Mr.I and Mrs. W. L. Durban and League play will begin Tuesday Starke Recreation Center
: wltti a lovely candlelight Comjntiruon. ganizing.Funnily Dampler visited t Mr. and Mrs j I oldest son. Lee. stuck a Spanish dial and Mrs. Wallen Sapp and son of Gainesville. Miss Vera Jan- 10. This league will be for girls
Service Instead of the Get-Together I W. T. Zelgler In Orange Park I bayonet In hU left eye We were ,grieved by the Leslie. Mrs. Annie Stevens of Green of) Ralford and. Denese MEN'S LEAGUE ages 12 through 16. League
: umuul evening worship. The family of MI'!!. MalanorHiersey recently.Mr. causing a very bad eye In. death of Mrs. Louis It: Hill Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. and Lisa Durban of Jackson Meeting to oe held Wednesday games will be played at the
Schedule: for the wee-lc: Sun- I enjoyed a get-together and Mrs. Ralph Bryan Jury. who passed away' on Tuesdayof Johnny Young and daughter ville.Weekend)) evening. Jan. 4 at 7 DHS gym. First league game
: day School. 10 a.m. Morning\ |I at: the Comtmonity House witha I had Mr. Bryan's family for It was !Rood to see 2nd Lt. last week. Johnett. and son Glenn of visitors of Mr p. m. in Starke Recreation Friday; Jan. 15.: ;
:Worship.\ 11 a.m. Training buffet dinner on Chrltttinas : supper on Christmas Eve, Mr. and. Mrs. Larry B. Loper Mrs. Paul Coursey and her Athens Ga. Joined them on and Mrs. M. M. Jordan were Center. All men past high BANTAM' BOYS LEAGUE
: UnIon 6:30: p.m. livening! I >It.y. Those attending were Wil- and Mrs. Palmer Williams and iting around the dauirhtcn of Vidalla. da. were Sunday. Dale Thompson of Larey. Ga. school age interested in Meeting to be held Friday
.. Service, 7.13: Wednesday Mid- 1 lie Heraey. :'%tr. and MeL Jun- aunt, Mrs. Ruby Cook. They on Christmas Day. They. VIS.// in Lawtey toattend Mrs. Visiting the B. L. Wilkinson and Buddy and Gary are urged to participating at- Jan. 6. at .4 p. min j the
Week Servwe. 1 30 pm. I I IIl.iy 'ioir' Hersey and '(}Mark Mr. and returned the visit for Christmas stationed in Augusta.! Hills' funeral on Thursday.Mr. family during th i holidays -, Thompson of Starke. tend. League games will be, Stark Recreation Center.
: Kklf |IM m.: Clyde; Herscy and Denise dinner, and also visited 8p4 1 Elbert Kersey made it and Mrs. Ernest Weils were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Smith I played on Wednesday: even- League is for boys ages 10.!
The young people enjoyed a I Mrs Gladys WiUiamHon Linda Mrs. Bryan's family Christmas in for Christmas Day at UM! and sons of Huntsville<< Ala. Napier of California Mr. and and children of Jacksonville Ings in the local high school 11. and 12. League play wll
FrkHiy night with Geonre! Pay. Gniffia and Glen Mr. and Mrs. afternoon in Lake Butler. Mrs. Hubert Wllklson and spent the
; home of hl.s father. Clyde spent the holMivs/ with his weekend with Mr. gym. starting Wednesday.Jan. be in the BHS gym starting
ne dlrtving the truck and Ralph'George Ezell and Debbie and Visitors at the Clyde Hersey Hersey. and family. lIe'left mother, Mrs. Mae B. Wells family of Live:! Oak Mr. and and Mrs. H. C. Harley and 11.SENIOR. Saturday Jan. 14.
home on Christmas.afternoon I Tuesday to return to camp in and.. other relatives. Mrs. Edward Rowe and chil Randy. Mrs. A. H. Harley is BOYS LEAGUE; SMALL: FRY LEAGUE
included Mr. and Mrs. DeWittlHersey I I Fort Eustis Va. for a couple John: Morris. who is stationed dren. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wilkinson. -j I visiting the Harleys this Meeting to be held at. the Plans are being made to
Gkrrlng Florida and Martin of Oalncw-1 T of days and:! will be home at Ft. Stewart Ga., Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry -. week. Starke Recreation Center have a league for boys apes
vUle Mr. and Mrs. Domild Her- | agaIn this weekend. spent the holidays with Mn : Wllklson and Joe Napier,. Miss' June Brown spent the Thursday. Jan. 5. at 7 m 7, 8. and 9 if facilities can bema.je
Sine 195 t p.
Hey and children of PaIatk4.Mr. ,,! Well we all had a good Morris' and her parents Mr, all of Jacksonville.With weekend with a friend in available. Announce-
s. and Mrs. Lancin. Heiey of holiday. See you all next and Mrs. H. E. Priest They. Mr. and Mrs. O. J.I< Macon. Oa.Sunday ments will be made as soon
n'.1f !1.. Fairl uika, Mr. and Mrs. Way. year. HAPPY NEW YEAR! all vliited relative:!! .in Cedar _.Anders on Sunday were Mr. visitors of Mr and Sunday dinner guests of the as possible.
..... I ne Henley of Gainesville, Kev Monday tin.:!.. Mrs. Johnny Jenkins Mrs. P. L. Dlnklns were Mr. Thomas V. Duck family.
Dwight Hersey of Bedford yyyvyyyyyywwwyvyCyVv'LAWTEY. Christmas a* it was observ and children. Mrs. Carl Jenkins and Mrs. Horace Cox of Mr. and Mrs. John Tye.
Lake and Lois Douglas of Lake red In Mr. and Mrs. Junior Waldo Mr. THE RIGHT POINT for the
Airn. Carolyn Cordially the homes: and :Mrs. J. M and Pam spent the weekend
Eaves Butler. \ Miss Mary Julia Futch of .Green and son. and Mrs. Burton of Jacksonville. Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. F. L. the way you write. Com In
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Zeigler Tallahassee visited her moth.. Marian Marrs of Jackson and Mrs. Paul DinkIns. Jr of Roberts and family In Jack and select your favorite: ES-
Representative WelcomesPh. of OalnesvUle and grand er, Mrs. Joyce Futch. ville.] St. Augustine who also visit- sonville.] TFRBROOK fountain pen.
Ph. 964-4:211: and. TourFamily sons. Randy and ,Butc |By Enza nisnehardAAAAAAAAAAAA4A.AAAA4' .. the weekend. over Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ed Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Lamar B.i TELEGRAPH
122 N. Ua", St. Your Northcut of Tallahassee, visited Mrs. Ruth Barthlow. Whaley and children of Charles Dinkins of Starke Coffin of EJJson N. J. were
to Mr. and :Mrs. J. D. Ortf- Mrs
Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs.
Starke'' Ray Nugen and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cotton in Lawtey i
and 1 Ruth of Mid- on Monday. Mrs.
Now Horn its last
Friday. G The Christmas programwas dleburgwa* a Sunday visitor Malnes Orlffls. and Mr. and of Hawthorne. Coffin was born here In 1913 A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH :-
Mr. and Mrs. W. ::. Dampler. presented at Grace of Mrs. Mae B. Wells Mrs. Virgil Orlffls of Palatka Visiting the Ralph! Wise and came back to see the
Mrs. Rhoda Dampler, MethodistChurch; lait Saturday .q. spent Sundpy with Mrs. Nellie family for the reason brines result*.
were town
Tile State at Florida Oriffl and I Dinner' !guests. of the W. that was her first
Sidney daughtersof F
night 'n the form of a 'Modres Wilkinson. Mrs. Daisy his brother S. C. Wise. Mrs. home. Her parents. Mr. and

1 It Ii Our Desire To Make You Feel l Welcome and I Day Starke guests of were Mr. Christmas and. Mrs.J. dren Nativity and pageant young people with chil-taking w.Live Thomas were and Mr. and family Mrs. of J.' Boch Guests and of Lynn.Mr. an..:! Mrs. HH. T. R.Opp.Young Ala. and W. J. Wiseof when Mrs. Pettlt. moved from here Adjustable Vinyl Book

You With Your City.It : D. Orlffla. Oak Mr. and Mrs. C. B.. she was a baby. They
To Acquaint and Hamilton
I part music by the Andrews and through the Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Nolan found friends of the PettJts Cover All sUe 3d cent ft.*.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis De- choir. children of holidays were Mr and
Wildwood. Mrs. and children and Mrs. Nina who remembered them. 'I
you are new In tlhe area, a phone Witt vllsted S their parents in 1 The First Baptist Church Miss Reeney Lynn Hamilton and children: Nolan of Jacksonville were at Tbe Telegraph.
New Smyrna Beach Christmas
) held its Christmas celebra-
eaJ will brine :you a prompt 'visitfroat. Eve. tion on Wednesday! evening
i Mrs. D. C. Powell)) and son with a program and music
:your local ho&teea. Pletase! give Steve. and daughter-in-law, by the choir.CHURCH .

her a call! Bh ha* naps and many: Mrs. Edna Powell]) were SCHEDULES
i I guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Grace Methodist: Sunday

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I Thursday.Mr. m., and 7:30: p. m.. Prayer
ttmm local buslnea es. and Mrs. Carlos Johns i I Circle Monday 9.' a. m. ,Junior

and little Chris were quests MYF Wednesday; 6 p. m. fol- .;

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reports that more guests will, ''I"VVYryyyyy7YVVVnmYYINDIAN busy "baby-proofing' all of I loclc of Albany. Ohio ore here,
Bvenln! Prayer, 7'30 P bLeach
be here
to celebrate New
KEYSTONE HILITES Year's. NEWS NOTESBy the fishing gear and her I In their homa for a couple of 1- SuiuUy. EYC. 80: : P. M.

BEACH kitchen cabinets when I ,, weeks: visit with friendund each Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Rushton [f
Helen Egan talked to her. family. A son. Tom Ji }his Unliy office of Morning
realized the joy of Christmaswith
By Jim Fox Mrs. Helen Brock, sons wife and daughter of Mla.m:
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the arrival of their Im- Mrs Jack, F. Miller. Sr Joey and Eddy of Tampaand spent Christmas here with M. and S.OO: P. M
Pleas
Phone In Your Items 473-4148 mediate family for the holi Eastern StarChrLstmas Mrs Auttle Holbrook of the Spurlocks. i Community Church Dr

days. Cmdr. and Mrs. L. A. with FRIENDS: 1t VAUAaaUAaWaAaaWell Plant City spent a delayed Mr. and Mrs Henry C A C. Hot. minister: Mrs Baptist.

Cumble were here from ArlIngton enjoyed by( 80 members and Christmas visit Oeorge Canvas. organ!.-.. Worship services
I on Tuesday Williams Christmas guests : Sunday,
Tournament At Keystone are; well prepared In entertaInIng Va. Mrs. Cumbie is guests of Keystone HeightsChapter Hoi I Ho. Ho every- with Mr. and Mrs. L. R. were most of their children Sunday School, 9'30 a. m 11 ft m. 7.:30 p m. inursery

Country Club I their guests. The the former Marilyn Rushton. 279, was held on December one. Sure hope "that certain GriffIn and family. Helen is and their families. There ,, Morning Worship, 11 a m open) !

Mrs. Oay Livingston pub- money raised from, this tournament Also here from Atlanta. Ga. 20, with each officer's old Man" was as good at Betty's sister and Mrs. Holbrook were Charles and Emouene 1 [Nursery open both, hours]. aundny School, 9,15: a m.

llclty chairman for the Key- will be added to the were Mr. and Mrs. Eulle I Friend presiding over the opening thinks your house he as our family Is their mother. We Perry and family Jerrell and PrMbvterJat I nursery oPf'nJ.] Training 1moo

stone Golf Club, reported kitchen] lurid. Rushton.Mr. of the chapter meeting. was at ours. Everyone were told Roy has spent someanxious family. David and family Ion, 6:30 p. m. [nuiaury' open].
that the Christmas mixed- HERE 'N THERE and Mrs. Tom Bryant I Worthy Matron Dorothy but Jack was well and Faith Presbyterian Church
.
days recently. He hap and Jimmy and Sheryl.MI'
ball tournamet proved to be Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Pur- spent Christmas day with I Koons' Friend was Past :Matron : the children were pleased. lost one of his favored hunt- and Mrs. Vlrgle Rowe -R most vis Mr. Bryant's and Marjorie of Gainesville Today, Jack seems to be feel- 'l-telY.: W A WUlar*, organist .
successful and it is of Moultrle Oa. visited son family, Perry > Ing dogs "Joe" in. the Flora- and son Dnnny spent. Christ- WiUla.ms-Fr. Edward A.
hoped their the Jim Bryants of Jackson Chapter 44, and Worthy Ing betterjust layed kind : :Mrs. Carl Swisher.summl'r .,
that It
will be a tradi- daughter, Mrs. George home section early last week I mas In Cedar Key with !\IrsRowe's Kirby prteat in charts: Mrs.
I low I
of by the flu bun. Joan organist.
tioal Massa ville. Patron Floyd Koona' Friend / E. A.
organist
event at our club. and:! family for the He asks anyone having! seena p31'ents.11': and Mrs Lamm
and was Charles Clark of Keystone wa most happy with her B. Sunday School, 9.oM 4. m
Mrs. holidays.Mr. Mr. Mrs. Frank Ilsen
Phyllis Hussey and : Walker headed :in the direction Grant Rothhammer Sunday-Mass. 7:30: a. m
Dutch Henney were winnersof and Kirs. James Jack- are visitingwith Mr. and Heights but a member of the B. gun and her sold earriiiKS of the OJ.. Murrhee I Mr. and Mrs Harold A.sh-I Morning Worship 11 a. m Monday Inquiry Class. 7
visited Mrs. T., C. Hill[ and of Gainesville. chapter.The I for getting her ears pierced Sunday. [Nursery open both. m. Novpna.
the beautiful trophies son frleds and relatives I family pasture call him and talk ley spent Christmas in Jack -- n. a.nd Benediction.
which were the generous do- in Perry over the week- Augusta Ga. Mrs. Ilgen andMI's. chapter room wa* beau 1 and the boys were with him about It. He is most I sonville. Their house guests I hours.J 7:30: p. m,,
end Hill sisters- tifully decorated in keeping pleased with their new kind
nations of Al are
Watson and
anxious to know of Joe's for several days Mr. and Epl.coial
are
Christmas.
with the of the Order of of "grown-up"
Fremont Tolles. After th<: On Thursday night, the Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Mc- spirit whereabouts.We I Weeks -LutheranLutheran
Mrs. George and Mr. St. Anne's
Rev. W. W
Eastern Star. When they (jet this large It
Ohan of Jacksonville Church of Key-
tournament the club members Starke Country Club the spent
was had': a pleasant surpriseon and Mrs Lawrence Case, Worstall.] .
A Christmas vicar; R. O Copeland -
the excite-
kind of takes
was\
Christmas. day with Mrs. McOhan's program : pure stone Heights: Vicar Richard
setting for -
were entertained with a a private dance Monday. A former young both of Jacksonville :Mr[ and organist.
!
presented by ;Mrs. Koons, tie! ment out of the planning.but
held by several members of parents. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer, minister; R. 0. Copeland -
egg-putting contestluckily neighbor Airman Chuck Par- Mrs. attend'Inauguration
Ashley plan to Morning
Schaeffer.Mrs. en Kennedy, Marshall; PaddyGUrle 5 a. m. Christmas: morn- Prayer and Sermon organist.
the eggs were boiled. Mrs. The Clay Electric Co-op and George Conductress; Bertha ing would think It all dee was home on a short vis- of the Governor 2nd ana 4th Sundays

Fran Chebaington won the | their guests. Friends gathered Dorothy Johnstonand Ward, Chaplain; und 1 Geraldme centered you around Just them it for ChrUtma.s and he called in Tallahassee next Mon 9:30: a. m. [nursery opnn.I Divine worship, Sunday 11

contest by sinking two out of | from both Keystone and :! Mrs. Mary Nelson will Jackson, A..ocillteIo.tron.:: .; We and had to say "hello" and wish I Holy Eucharist and sermon a. m. Holy Communion 2nd
hope
you yours
three eggs. Mrs. Mays Al Starke and enjoyed dancingto leave Saturday morning for Louise ferry Star Point of and pleasant a I us well. It was !good to hear day.Mr.. and Mrs. A. Barnettl 1st and 3rd Sundays, 9:38: A Sunday of eAch month.
as
as quiet
Bachmann and Lon Rushton] the music! of the "Spot- the Orange: Bowl game, in .Martha; Beatrice Shroeder, time did. from him and he has Just! returned went to Orange ) 1nurst.1'Y[ open)J. ChurcJ. Services held each Sunday

were runneers-up. I I )lighters." Miami. They hope to be Secretary and :Mrs. Janet !Mrs.as Connie we BarnhlH states from a year of active Friday and stayed for Chrlst-j School. 8:30: A.t: "Holy Eucharist Church, Keystone Heights,
there In time the beauti- Fla.
The members then gathered -i i Mr. and Mrs. James Beeler for Haynor, soloist" aciomponlcd that getting all her gifts off dutv in Viet Nam. mas with her Sam. each Sunday.1'

around the Christmastree were pleasantly surprisedwith ful parade, which precedesthe by :Mrs.: rma.VlI1lamd of on time Just about make her We had Just as large a family. Mr, and Mrs. W. A).

' and: enjoyed opening a house-warming given game. Galn.yfJlle. Christmas complete and that feast on Monday as we did Furgerson and Jimmy and I

their gifts, which were distributed by their friends last Friday Sorry that we did not have The meeting was concluded all went well this year for on Sunday.: Coburn, Perry' James.

by Santa Claus. Mrs. I I night. Those! present to help more news for our readersbut In the banquet hall where Mr.[ I her. She that bass fishing and Suzv Rain of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest H
celebrate the occasion were unfortunately many of and :Mrs. Leamon Mr. says came over and I i i IX5 IX5p
Al Bachmann, chairman of I I' Ward Is picking and that helped plan Bartlett's guests were Mr I
fr. and Mrs. George Massa, our friends have neglected to and Mrs.. Robert Ennis Mra up end fix +
the refreshment committee, she has had several good our delicious barbecue 1 and Mrs. Leland Dremer of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc-. call in the news. I wish I Elizabeth Hlmble and Mis. Gil- dinner.
proved that Keystone ladies catches In. but failed to We were joIned Rochester, N. Y. for awhile
I Olave, Mr. and Mrs. James still had my crystal ball but rle nerved as tio.sta. come later In the day bv Max; and Christmas Day. The Dremers'
record them.
Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Ever- since I do not. I hope that Pl"nwnalN.Mr" Johnny Harper: and I must are visiting Florida for the

ett Fox. and Mr. and Mrs. you will all make :it a point I ". Ruth Olson is spending Mr. and Mrs. Owen J. Bry- admit were were all feeling! first time.

Ed Bennett.Mr. to call In your news of Interest the Christmas holiday with ant had their whole family "baa-"ter when
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS for Christmas we finished Mrs. C C. Corey Jr. brother -
home
Sunday
and Mrs., Warren Batts on Sunday or Monday her nephew and family the on celebration. Their this good mral. and family. Mr. nd Mrs. R. p ,
and nights. It would certainly John ThornqutstH!, of Claren So tll ,a
daughter, Terri of New next year- Happy L. Durbin of Tampa spent
and Mrs.
Mr. ,
York City are here to cele- make this column more enjoyable don Hlll, 111. On her return daughters New Yearrvvvvvvvvvvvyvvv.nn- Christmas with the Coreys. I
and two ,
brate Christmas and New for all of us. trip she will stop off to visit Frank Lagasse Mr. and Mrs. Corey's son, C- II 1

Year's with Mrs. Jan Batts Happy New Year one end relative/ in. Detroit Mich.Mr daughters and Mrs. Ocnclve ,C. is in the Starke Hospitaland
Starling and two sons came
and son Jeff. all!! and Mrs. H. Adams of will be home In a few
Gainesville and they
from
Mrs. Bess Orosberg Is en- -JIm- Jacksonville] were hosts to the were especially! happy to I MELROSE :days, we hope. |I -

tertaining1 Miss Emma. Mat- THE RIGHT POINT for the F. P. Egana for Christmas have their late son's family Clifford Lee and Margaret I 1s.

MELROSE thews of Erie. Pa., and Lee the way you write. Com In dinner at Park-of-the-J'alma. Mrs. Dorothy Bryant and By Sally KoUxbanuner Oawley" and two children of '-.. '. '. \

R. Syracuse of Greenville, S. and select" your favorite F.S- Friends and. Eastern Star son O. Jennings Bryant HI Oklahoma are visiting/ relatives -' '

C. over the holidays. Miss TERBROOK fountain pen. members were happy to see of Cedar Keys. "Aunt" Bea uaaau..Aaaua.a.auatMrs. In Lepsburg and ('am"up "., -- v I

BUSINESSDIRECTORY Matthews Is director of the TEI.EORAPH. the George Yoiungs: when they jays they had "just a won- Floyd OUrle's sIster to see their uncle and "
attended the chapter meetingon aunt Mr. and Mrs. V Y --
Erie County Crippled Chil derful time." and husband, Sgt. & Mrs. R. O. -
dren's Society. Mrs. Orosberg i December 20. They now Worley of Crawley on Christmas DaY
McEMU
Base. Tam-
live in Orange City. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Car-
penter spent their holiday! pa spent Christmas with the .. .. .
r Mr. and Mrs Pat Bradley NOTICI-I OP ivrnvno\, bfjffLfltlfyAnd
plan to visit Mrs. Bradley's with their daughter. Mr. and I Ollries.Three. n :'. "'rl'lt.. 1-'11"1"/4 I'I / ,
Auto Sales & Service David Reid and In sons of Mrs. Ella % 1\IPo :
:
Mrs. sons
,
1 uncle Coach Ben, Swartzwalder Brown Notice l 1M hiTMliv given thud|
1S of Jacksonville. Several members were home! for Christ the nnilel' -Ivii' d. piiimmnl' t''
the
SPRING MOTORSComplete Syracuse University They/ were; Pat and Willie and' the 'KtrtltlollH' : : II ,: Norm,, ::Mtniiifi.Ohnpter : ,,. : I II best wishes tec;
of the family gathered
football team, while they are No artTltl' ), I.IIWM n'
Service ee Part ForVOLKSWAGEN H in practice at St. Auguntlne.Mri. that afternoon and what a mas. They were: Pat and I I Florlilli 1"H.I nx eat nd, "d( InOhHpti 'I
I Willie and children, Richard !'r No 2ft7flO. IMW 0-1 ibo New Year.:1fKEYSTONE
> Fay Olson! of MobUe-- Joyful time they all had. .
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I I
and Bell, both of "o"ld"" I qr.i, 1..11" "' .tI..n
"H If. For A Volkswagen I home Park, Lake Geneva is Mr. and, Mrs. James. Chitty Miami and I 8(15( Otl.!> ,PI'-ilila(' "SIHIiM'x. r>'I

We Have It." i st96rWHEELER spending the holiday week with an f sons entertained Mr. and family Edward of and Jacksonville.Pauline and I r:;:fflfit r fnurt with: I In tlnk ii lit f'leik;l fur,' of'HrinJ:ihCircuit : : STATE

AJw.y* Plenty of Good U. *4 Mr. and Mrs. A. W. XViloox In Mrs. A. B. Howard and fam- ford, realty Ploi MM., upi'i.7reaelpl BANKMember
Jacksonville.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bunyun KellY's ur. ,'tour oC 11"1011"1111"" ,,
and James' folks. Mr. and
Volkswagens In Stock I ily
daughter and family, Pat of thin null. .'. tho rii/,'/tlllinii.Qnlvli ,,"
Green Cove S rtnu. 2S4-S209 I- James Cook entertained Mrs. J. H. Chitty all of >\ 'M Mii,, >.inn, ;:1' |!/UMIMncllMon : F.D.I.C. Keystone Fla.
and Heights
Dolly Ann were here for :;!,
1 ,
I her bridge club and their Starke with dinner on "St "Sliik.Fl.l.; \
AUTO SEKVK-E I IKING'S 4 I husbands at dinner Christmas and a big family re niimo. t -\vil
a party a "Your
,
Christmas Dav. exchanged (Hank
They Friendly
union at the lake. i Kllliv' .ItlitlN.( "tnj I Kant; T.nn.i' I II
I week ago the Charles Donahoe.s several "novel" gifts and I I St., "Plank. l-'lii' mil, .1 l"hn), ,\ .
I the Leo LeBloncs, and time Troy and Donna McGuire ToriMlc.'It. ), '! olllli "I'lunj. !SIHtiirki' I In Your Friendly Community"
report a very good was
'. KIII/ OIMI.TM
the Arthur were 'home for Chrlstmaa. .
Mannerngs.!
I I n -
Service Station bad by all. 12 It '
Mrs. Thelma Webster of Troy has Just graduated from!
1 USED CAns AT I I I Coral Gables Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Tine El.wnacher, Hal 1, OCS. He la a 2nd Lt. now stationed .
and Jan have had some busy '
BARGAIN PRICES I I John Gulls and< Mr. and Mrs. at Ft. Jackson S. C
days recently. Tine's son Bill Troy and Donnn
I
ELECTRIC Donahoe enjoyed Christmasdinner j spent Chrl-st- \
i with Mr. and Mrs. Pace and her nephew Bruce runs at Troy'a parents, Mr. and

AND' ACETYLENE v James Cook. Chestnutt arrived several Mrs.\ J. H. iMrCiiire and at I C Portable,or +electrtc? et J ,tk

WELDING I Airman 1st Class" Charles, M days before Christmas''. from Donna's relatives home. '
I a'
MFI.ROSF: : 41:Vt 1X1 Washington, D. C. Closer to in with SmithCoronajnra I
Panlec ton of Mr und Mr. C Mr. and Aim.! Fret Pui- one a .. *
j '
\ I''f a .o
BEAUTY; SHOP o A. Pardee, who recently return' the BIO dnv. Tine's brother. cMr. t's guests at Chr..tmas'IWUS '' 4 :3t'4 '
I and Mrs. Warren L. the portable tbaton'a' ,t'
ed to Norton Air Force Base their grandson, Malone I > ; OY@!

KEYSTONEBEAUTY Calif after a year's service in Chestnutt. Don and Becky Vincent of Ft. LaUderdale and i

Viet N um, made a Jet flight arrived from Falls Church, Mrs. Ethel Fowler of Jack- i Jp
SHOP vi/shes for a Va to spend their holidays x "
Best home for a 48-hour Christmas sonville. Mrs. Fowler stayedon f

Edith: Johnnon. Own.r t SappyYEOMAN'S Nw Year .. visit with his parents.! I here and enloy their first for several days visit ;

Personal Miss Marilyn BridgeH, daughter trip to Florida. So glad: "ol" Mrs. Paley lioyd'n Christmas _

A: Creative of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bridge man Weather" charmed : guest were her son and his with 1e

Hair StyllnrladUMual I of Lake Geneva, was pleased : them without "airy" a drop 1 and two children, of Panama

Beauty Car I I to net in the January: Issue! I of ram on that day ,, City and her granddaughter., //J

Every Form of Beauty Culture ELECTRIC of liouj-e BeiiutUul a pictorial! The Dai-land Blain Joined Donna and her husband Troy /

Open Tuea.! Sat 9-5; SERVICE CO. i story of the Jamaican Pavilion together for a merry time at Bill and Joyce Logston hada _
estate of the Patrick Bourke, the home, of the Art Wheelers "
large
Cloeed Monday \ family reunion at
Keystone Helffhte 47S-4MA Sales & Service Art & George Wheeler I where, she was a guest I last and the Doyle James. Mr. their ]home Christmas day

ye .r.CORKECTION'. and Mrs. Johnny Bro.shear Dolores and Robert Jones ;
Electrical Sales &: ServieYeoman's e Melrose, Fla. Rt. 21 KeystoneMelroseappyNezarYear: = : The CantaUi! and daughter George came and son, Jerry, were Christmas a ) ;j
I given on December 14 at the
t up from Orlando to be wthluvldas guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Electrical I Community Church won presented mother. Mrs. Vera Carl na glund. Jr" Mrs.
the combined choirs
by
Sales & Service Darland. her .sisters George Hagglund, Jr. had all the
of St. Anne's* Episcopal Church
Wheeler and: Dorothy James family over for dinner Mr

.. Maytag Frigldalre WaiheriZenith Appliance :=: :: : ::: and The Eplopal the Community Church Cliiin-h.name and their families. and Mrs. Hagglund Sr guest

Our "gadding" neighbor for two weeks Is Mrs.
Salverson
and Motorola TV was omitted from" the wordmg- -
combined. :MrsJo Strandbergr/ has come of Minn.
Siegler Heater
il. CED rifZI home to stay for oS while, she Rev. Albert Steaurt's
r. O. Box lee MelTM :
Phono 4' -2.11 thinks. She has been gone off mother Mrs. Edith Steuartof

and on since August and Is Tampa spent Christmas
I
A Clamlfled Ad In the TELEGRAPH ?$
NURSERY 1 glad to be home. She has with the Steaurts. Rev. Stea- ?*
I bring re ult... 1 S,*. :&* ,. -.1
spent her time in Ormond urt reminds all that Church I

O.C.Carnes Nursery ,I Beach and Jacksonville. Son Mission study begins the first

111 way 100 I'Jurabom1I I c KEYSTONEDrivoIn Paul. Lee and: Greg drove her Sunday evening in January'at rQO r o n e.tRE

': home on Tuesday' and spent 7 p. m. Mrs. Ralph Griffin
Miles 8E of Starke
g part of the week getting her will talk on "Our Influence I' SMITH-CORONA ) .
Nursery Stock -Thouaandd y .j.
TheatreFri. u M KTS'l ./
M business lined back up. So on Poverty"Mr. ]i -
of Plant & Fruit ]
welcome home! and Mrs. Olynn t- T=: The Coronet gives you afl The speed, ease andvcndiFff '
Tree to choose from. Nice
Shade Trw. Evergreen ,, Sat. Dec. 30, :31 Mrs. John shaughnessy hammer spent Roth-j ; s ectric( typing... at ooty a little doe ttea tint coU at r Q ; .
says due to a lot of answered with Mrs. t/ ordinary portable. ,
& Landscape Plant All : f *> *< *i oe JH eswf'W1.e
THE RUSSIANSARE prayers. their family got Just parent in Gainesville at her w' ". ,
In container plant '
any- & the gift they had hoped for-
alster's home. Other guests I
time. Camellia & azaleas. O ,u Ivo COMING Mr. John home from the were Mr. and Mrs. E. W i iEasterllng V' ,
Let as do your laiufecaptailPACKAGE hospital in time to make that and family of Eau ( \ FULL 99 CHARACTER KEYBOARD the tame

Plonn. ""-Ulfl! the best present they could u on office electrics plus faO-length vp-dont tabu-
I Oallle, Mr. and Mrs. L. C'I,, '; ,
I I :.. Jation Set, clear tabulate from the
STORE ask for and receive at Christ Thompson; and family of' keyboard

I mas. He has to return to his Smyrna Oa. Miss Ella Jane 6 AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC REPEAT ACTIONS -"

THE BLUE PINES SCHEDULE doctors periodically, but I Wesley Chester Wesley and I I at your fingertip command' ;, ipact*. dots, dacbea*X'. arks

OF SERVICES thank goodness his foot Is :Mrs. Nancy Hudson of Oalnesville. j LEARN TO TOUCn-TTPK underlines. Type faster. electncaDjI :

Package Store & PARKof on the mend. i IN ONLY TEN DAYSI PERSONAL TOUCH SELECTOR-set the touch

COCKTAIL. LOUNGE the 'I Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Oor Mr. and Mra. Albert Scho- Get 5 LP'records and Instruothat pleases' you, and electricity doe tYie work: -print

Open 9 A.M.-t2 P. M. Excep'' nto and son left on Saturday, eneman and son Billy spent tioa pages in a handsome caM perfect" every time!

Sunday t PALMSSUNDAYS : went to Valdoata Oa. had Christmas in Daytona at Mr. tot only $3.95 when you purALL THIS AND MORE Page Gage' '. Ct> etnd<<
Dane Every Saturday Night Christmas with their family and Mrs. B. J. Svoboda's chase this handsome new
I Adjustment, Forward-Glide deck Quick Sct'\1.f: Mare
4 MILES! EAST O7i Best of luck in the and returned home on Mon. home. The Schoeneman'sdaughter Smith-Cbron portable gins and a deluxe Trimlioe top ; .
,
.j. KKVSTOVW: araaRT.': day. Mrs. Gornto was so excited and the Svobodi'sson carrying cajo.
days ahead.. I 11:00: A.M. 7:30: P.M.: I and thrilled to tell me Mr and Mrs. B. Svoboda KEEP IN FASHION WITH TODAY'S NEW KIND! Of ELECTRICAL LTV1MO

USED CARS I THURSDAYS I of an impending visit this of Gainesville was Christmas

Our Hearty Thank You For Your Loyal and 7:30: : ( weekend from their little guest also.
p'I'I
q 4 Hanks Used Cars Friendly Patronage Through The Year. } grandson "Bo", that she had Mr and Mrs. R. L. Smith's Only

BIG CASH DISCOUNT BIBLE TEACHINGAll I to call buck to Inform me guests; for Christmas was two $159.36l'lu
% TERMS I I that he would be accompaned of Mrs. Smith's Bisters Mrs. Tax

BUY SELL TRADERt. Lake Geneva Trailer SalesDAD Services Held In The 1 bv his parents their son. John Tipton and family of

1 Box> 00 1 Congenial Atmosphere Jimmy and Sue Gornto of Gainesville and Mrs. Frank _.

Hwy. 100 8 Mile S. starke I AND BRAD LARSON II I Ij Of The Lounge. Atlanta. Oa. and their other Sellers and family of Day- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
I I son. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Oornto -

j of Valdosta, Oa. She was tona.Mr.. and'' Mrs. Tom, J. Spur- .




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FOURTEEN BRADFORD. COTJNTY TELKORAPIT. STARKTC, FLORID _THURSDAY.! _DEO. !D. 1909


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,a The'Ireull. Court of ThOlBhth y. "". "''t ... -.
It JinlKlill. I I./In..lt Offlorldn. 7YVYYYYVYYYnVYYYYYYYY :: -"JIl"'If"--; : n Staike. of Chicago. III. and Mrs. Edwin '- Stokes of Alachua. Kathy
In And For llriioforilCOBBtT "1,' r ".f"" ". r Mrs Virginia Kelly of Sli- Russ and son of Columbus and Robin Stokes of Lake

B. T., Thomas In ('hiinrrrr and "hi'nmfo.* wife.. BROOKERBy The .. y ver Lake and Louise Edwards Oa., spent Monday Hamilton Mr. and Mrs.

Su.l. Tn) "rnutf. unit Florida /i of Jacksonville spent night with Mis Ethel Russ Dewey Stokes and, family
Bank at stuiki. a bashing\ the Christmas holidays with and Mrs. Lonnie Hall of
corporation 1'lnlniirfn V" Joyce Stokes.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA t Mr and Mrs. Donel Stokes
Van H. Anilernon und Hilda N 5 l,4 Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Edwards were the dinner guests of Jacksonville and Mr and
AndiHon." bin w If*,. ..r..I'V.'' / Old : and family. On Christmasday her mother Mis Perry Green Mis Joe Victory of Alachua.
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hipwlf
liars and Lmllli- litrnt .
.., rnfuiuulv' Hut limit. und New Arrival .. they visited :Mrs\ Alice In Ralfoid Sunday. Mrs. Edna Hayes Mrs.

Llvlo HnttUtu Hiiil, Adele, .HiitIletn. Mr and, Mrs Roy Carl'ollI Edwards here. Among those out-of-town Stella Lovely and son of
his wife WfpmlnntsNOTIfK I
OK SUIT the proud patents of a Mansell] j / Mr and Mrs Simeon OerEraneous -', vllstois of Mrs. Albeit Stokes Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs

To:: LJvIo Knttlxtn and, \illi I baby girl born December 24 and daughter of : and daughter Ruby during O. C. Hayes of St. Augustine
Hattlntfl, hl. wife. Reddenrgsll White Lake N C.
at the Alachua spent a
General Hospital with Mr
Christmas
the Christmas holidays spent
t'n'.Iort Now:1 Void, Uonrt. Uiuh-Bnl- The lady has Homestead few days last week with Mrs. Harrell and
ntT Pnmiiinl 'I' young i Il Ethel Russ. were: Rudolph Stokes of and Mrs. GUY
tlMIlYou been named Kimberly Lynn Lake Butler Dlan and Randy family.
are hori'liy notified that Both mother and Mr. and Mrs Francis Russ
a suit ha" born filed nKHinnt. baby axe "
you In the> nboM entitledKune doing fine and are now at Near
.' and you 1 I nre hereby. rt'' home. I I
quir.-d In flicrnir.' MIIBUIM-
with the flirk of 'ililn Court. CHRISTMAS PARTIES 1
sad to KRrv n Iup.| )' tIt.rrnfupon e 1't '
Brooker homemakers Club Starke
Plaintiff ntturni 'a. 'A
Thomnn (Men' .... 30Ni.rih! The Biooker HomemakersClub t '
Toitipl. AVI>inn. .it' II l'i >Iav.I'
had a lovely Christmas
10.10): 1 Stall, ki'. FI"'hlll., 11"1 I In I. i
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than .I.itni"'ir\' i t. I 'I.'..7.. Party at the home of Mrs.
If Mill. full;' I t. ll I" .". ll. .." I ..1 I Pearl Markey. Tuesday. Each I Imembel' 4 .
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pro tunit Mo \\ I" I ,
.. ,1111 f 1mHTKlllI brought their favor- il be
1 n f"r 41)h. a
',a '111". ,",,I,,1 I ,HIM, .1 I1te cookies or cake and afteran May -:
Tin mil.till-, uf n.1 I *'u 01'' I h.30X exchange of gifts refreshments ICtnr'tn' of rambling old lioniihi"w, kitchen. (flu forrKrotiml/: ) .separated. froininitln

hotly. of hoiiNe by open "bre >:/e-: \\11 j.," '
were enjoyed by the 9 ofpeace
I I J
members present Miss Martha ( year Ii r -

I Sue :McCain. County I !

Agent of Starke was present' and >-

I and she presented each member frf.j ; 14i&JceJe
&
I with a recipe book

DRIVEINOPEN Sunday School & Training; goodwill.Florida.
Union Party
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7::00SIIOW The Biooker Baptist Sun rr
day School and :
TIME: 7:15: I classes enjoyed Training a lovely Union r7 N


ADMISSIONAdults at Christmas the home party of Mr Friday and night Mrs. :I S .
.,.
75c Students 611cI(> I c2: .
Lloyd Dval The 30 young ____
Children Under 12 Free people and adults who attended __

Fri.. Sat., Sun. went Caroling and I a'1

Dec. 30 :31 Jan. 1 ,I .
innr th. irrolomtr! ir n mort
Double Feature Program gam. mi tin- f5d1tvng. t"MI'rll-
I I il I r..nl I property ,m rtntdfi ('''1'''''''. Klorldii. to wit
A 'tract' of 'land limited. In U
JUt Ce4lrIaa.e th* :VofthenHt ClII"J''r, ..it. 8m 41-
,inn' 'I.. TnnnHhip A .South ,
uwm' Range 22 '.. k'tj

I County II'"... partlr'nlurly|,/ | riorldn ilearrlbed and being a.1 Ancient orange trer r holdovers from "The Big 'rel'zP" ClIne mill (lit foreground), U one of few remaining In I'

.W '7. follnwsCommenle' of the 1890's frame, kitchen and latticed back porch of t>..> Bradford, County The juire way squeezed from sugar raiiif, a I j jC4
.. At the Southenatcormr r;
f+' .of the Vortln''i.t qnnrii \\euthprbeaten house once popular crop, for milking nyrup. ,I
) I of )...<'tl WWJ 1 ( s..nth. ] Less than a mile off busyU. widowed during the Civil ,
was ,
;Vi"rih. ll degr.es( 43 mln- .1: -If.; """ L
fltrJju .'.....a Pint: It illHIUIlie' .if 534,.*))1 S. Highway 301 south off War.On -f ... .....1. ", .. Ii iIo. .."t-
Dl W t to a palm run thence Starke la a picturesque pastoral this land he establishedan "t :.
(ru
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I" N9!' degrees 17 mlniitvn .
\'..Ht .a dlHtniite. of Hft't! .02 feel scene that could trans- orange grove and engaged "'\ ... X .,._ _

PUT I" -.point nf-wuy In the lln MnutheRHtPrlyiliclit of find form the visitor, with a bit In general farming raising _' r",, '; '., '.::.-\.: .. ... "" .... ,:I
of Imagination, to the .101 --.
lllvhwny No00, MLld sugarcane cotton peanuts .. \ '. 1w
1',1.11,i helnw the point of pioneer days when cotton sweet potatoes and other T. ::toCt' ....... ",
... .' ,
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"CAT M 4M' Mrhh 411 hpRlnnlnv") degrees, ., tlitnce II mlnulon.'run Fmt'South ndKtaii. was still king. of Florida agriculture crops. He built a one-story '" .",:.,,!: .. .......:.... '\: ,
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ON A ... of 1piO in house and '-
i feat t In a point and oranges grew later added a second -
HOT TIN ROOF" tll" u< I run otltll. 41) deicr' .en.
TARHlNU' 41" 'iiiinuteHVe.t .a dictum..* ofH'I thriving groves throughout! I story as the family grew
:! 'I I r.t t I.. ii point ; Hi.MI .' Bradford County : The kitchen connected to the
ElIZABETH TAYLOR .inn s.rth' 40 ili-iti. ...s II in.InI" The scene U the old Man- 'main house by an old-fash'
PAUL l.M \\eHt U lIlHtlllllK.. Of '150I r ral
NEWMAN f.-et to n point In the SouthciiHterU sell homestead just off 301( i ioned "breezeway." was also HydrocarbonsCOMPANY
BURL IVES I', ; rlichtofwuline. 1 orilate on the Brooker Road SR-( I added laterThomas .

JACK CARSON' |I -Sun North 11 lull. way 49 II.Vo........200.... ;49>thence minI 2371.] Adjoining It now Is u Fletcher Mansellwas

./ ANDERSON I I iituu root, alo-na; the South thriving cage-laying poultry : married in 1873 to Miss
rUTH: T. i tsuiterly. rltht-of-w( line, n farm operated! by MansellAyer. Hannah Sparkman. ANDFlorida
i I dlKfnnce' of :I4'!<.:TO feet to the daughter
V" point t of heKlnnlnv.. and contalnlnu grandson of the pioneer of Stephen Sparkman also -

'... ..y..J .J le.n. 2807 norm, mora or Thomas Fletcher! Man- a pioneer. settler of this Gas
I Chtirlin .\. Darby sell. who built the 1 place(: section.' '

I Clark of sold Clnult 12IS! 4t Court 12/21 shortly after the Civil War I Mrs. Gladys Ayer Is the .Y e Transmission Company

Mansell!! came to Bradford only surviving one of their 5

County about 1855. 'ai a boy I six children and now lives A few of ;\1..... AycrV cut. are seen dozing/ un floor of thebreezenay COMPRESSOR STATION 16
of 11 or 12 from Pickens In a mobile home, located in '
I tthUh I* still the coolest plats around. In the,
rFlorida/ Theatre County South Carolina. He I the shadow C'f the old house surumeribne.
was accompanied by his Her brother Walter, livedin

mother who was an Englishwoman the home place until
pie across the railroad from
In
an old a rker ,on the front
a brother and sister shortly before his death three here. They used lumberfor
green
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00Sunday: 3:00: Thomas Mansell worked at years ago, but the house is the floor and it shrank porch of thr house i sunshiny -
first for John O. Kelly of unoccupied and ; days when she gets I
now used
I
when!' dry '
Saturday 1:00 leaving large
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tiled of bean.t "cooped up" in'
New River o (ret a start In only for <9toiag'It's <>. cracks through which the
,
her
Wed., Thurs., Fri. Dec. 28. 29!), 30 the new country and later too hard: to heat," cold ah pouts in winter time trailerAnd there's nothing -
bought the Mansell farm cooler than that breeze-i i
says Mrs Aver "It was built It's nice and cool In the
consisting of about 200 acres with lumber from the old summer, however" way on a hot. summer day."'i I

TII( CITY THAf A JULIAN BLAUSTEIN PRODUCTION I,I from Huldah Prevatt who mill operated bv Simon Tern- Mrs. Ayer still likes to sit she declares

IWAME A TOUCH .. WeekEndRevival
THE TOUCH THAT h aD "" then back to the Dyals whereI School and Training UnionClass wall after
fJltD tuE W08lDI & spending: five days
41. '
T' home
'' i I they exchanged fun tufts and of the Brooker Baptist 1 with her husband, SP4 Richard Mrs. Amanda Lewis
ULTRA PANAVISION" TECHNICOLOR' U1TE ARTISTS I played names They were Church enjoyed a Christmas Nipper of the USA. Hei son and family. Alan

THE A T R C served rcfi esliments. The Dy party Tuesd-av night at the Mis Beaulah Baxter Lewis of Cross CIt spi-nt( the
I als were assisted by Mr and home of Mis O E. Oreen. Jacksonville of Christmas holidays with her,
I was visiting Mr
Mrs Lloyd Douglas. Mr and They watched "Jack In The and Mrs. PIt Barter Mon I also spending Christmas with

SATt'KDAY' DECEMBER 31 ONLYI Mrs H C. Douglas! Rev. and Bean Stalk" in color on TV. day. : Mis Lewis was Mr and :Mrs
I Mrs. V. Williamson and Afterwards they exchanged; Lamar Hall and family of
Double Feature Program t
Dave Hunter Lake
I Mis\ Dolly u.. r1'ell. /gifts and the 11 members I or

... Buffet Dinner j served I'prrl'5hmt'nh.i Mrs. ler was the Sunday But'I:'I
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Biiest
of Mr. and Mrs
f I Mr and Mrs. W E. Big-I Green was assisted by Miss STARKE
'1'hey'rlJ'I % stp ham Jr. entertained with al i Ernestine. lestei. lialnlnit, I Tetstone.
'i3 Dh TnDse ;. I Mand :M i's. Sonny Bias'
Welcome
licensed '.
I family Christmas party attheir Union Iea3eiMr BUSINESS ---- Everyone ----
of Klnniley Lake and
kill / I home Saturday nluht and :Mrs Francis RUS.Sof Mr j
to I
you and11'11.: Steve Nipper. of
secret' Ages'eV5 | After the exchange of gifts Chicago. Ill and Mrs. Edwin I
...with Staikr were visiting Mrs.
the 30 guests enloyed a buffet Russ'Ilnd >son of Colum Ru-I DIRECTORY
fj' 51it11 I by Allen and! family
laughter! In EASTMAN COLOR dinner with the Bighams. bus. Ga. were the dinner VllltlnR'MI'" and :Mrs George ,I Rev. Jim Black
Urn F*".PrediictiMi.An AtIIID l ( MUSTS Mam! Out-of-tow guests were Mr. guests of ;Mi and Mis C. L
J [ 'und Mrs. James L. Whittle Atkinson Monday night. Tetstone during Christmas : AUTO REPAIRS
holidays. Willie
and famly and Mr. and Mrs. !Mr and Mrs Elwood }festers were i
!Mae Tetstone and
PLUS Lester L. Hardy 8r. of Jacksonville and daughter of"Gaines- Mary

I and their daughter. yule, were visiting Mr. and I( Johnson!Mrs of Jack Stai ke Tetstone'andMrand of 1'. Earl's GarageALL / AND THE CHILDREN

THE fLUTSTONEf FIRST fllll lIMiTI MUSICAL 8ft HOYUT1IK! Patty Bisrham of Douglas I Mrs, Shirley Tetstone and : Winter Haven. KINDS OF
Oa. I family Sunday. ALTO
REPAIR
WORK
n 1 i I' t ( gON6S1 Christmas Party 1 Mrs. Shirley Ann Nipper train Mr of and Ashmore.Mrs. Troy. C:Coal- All Work GuaranteedPkone FROM '
were TABERNACLE CHILDREN'S HOME
I The Primary: Sunday! has Just returned from Ha- 969-2964
visiting their daughter and
,
it AHANNA-IARIERAPROOUCfON 1 son-in-law. )(1'. and Mrs So. Walnut. Stark Greenville, S. C.
LINTSTONE' UOHUMBIA -
I PICTURES 8EUASE Raiford Tetstone during the .-
COUWBUCUU
J I I Christmas holidays.ESdle _AUTO SERVICE
I :: Douglas of Atlanta
Oa the Christmas Gilbert S. Brown- FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY
Sunday, Monday: Tuesday Jan. 1, 2, :3 ,' spent -- --
I I II holidays here with his par- Standard OU service SUtlonATLAS
I Tenn., spent the Christmas

II I. Douglas. TIRES Ji BATTERIES DECEMBER 30 31 JANUARY 1i 1
Kathy and Robin Stokes of Budget Terms-Koad Service. ---

THE SCREEN'SMOST I !.I I Lake Hamilton spent Christ Phone 9C4-7U71

I I I mas with Mr and Mrs. Leroy t07 N. Temple StarkeHURST'S

Stokes and family. DINNER ON THE GROUNDS SUNDAY
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Mess- i ,

mr i more and family of Temple S1I1T.T.
p Hill Md. Is spending several I I

o /A 9 9r days here with Mrs. Mess- Service Station I

I II Ii i more's parents. Mr. and Mrs.A. Gas Oils Lubrication Special Singing By The Children 'v

,", 5 Ntt .., I* Green. Goodj-ear Tires & Batter)
I p a I II John Green of Memphis. ROAD SERVICE "I
Brother Black
,I "t'fiI'wr.' IS' :'q ,. d Tenn. s pent the Christmas I SOl and 100 Starke I Messages By

holidays here with his par-
R'' ly mIs I ents. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. I DRAG LINE WORK

I Green and his aunt Mrs

Wednesday, Thursday January 4, 5 Pearl Markey. I I UNDERWATERWEED
I Mr. and Mrs. George Pierce I I CUTTING CalunrvBaptist

spent the Christmas holidays I|I ALL TYPES

I with Mr- and Mrs. 'Terrell I Drag Line Work I
I Green and family 'in Brew- J. C. G.\n}.NKR
r w Phone D6-4-OO74

r04terrifyingi I ton. Ala. .
-iS > Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Taylor : METAL WORK (
answer J" -"" I and family of 'Palatka and

the Is To one and all in the Mr.North and Carolina Mrs. Bud were Jones visiting of I THOMPSONSheet I Church:

New Year I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Oreen and Metal WorksAll
.. I
'i
iI family during the Christmas
I holidays Types :Metal Work-

/AaallaltLA awaur Mrs Ruel Dukes of Lake Heat & Air Condo R. H. BUTLER, Pastor'P&GE

Bradford County Telegraph Butler was vlsltig Mrs Pearl I Systems Installed !

r !Markey Tuesday' Rd. 16 E. Ph. 96 We are glad to have back j




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