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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 5, 1967
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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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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VOLUME EIGHTY-EIGHT STARKE. ."LORIDTlIt'Iti\ ).&", ,'.\S. 111161. NUMBER TWEN'i'Y-EIGfiT




5 Per Cent Increase Dimes Drive Norman, Chastain, Hamilton Keep Word


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Pay Raise Given Kicked Off"Our FLA HISTORY


goal Is to give every New Board. Halts Work'On

youngster born In Bradford and

Union Counties the opportunity
Road
Employees for a. healthy and useful. life"

declared Chairman Jim Templeto
kick off the 1967 March ol Plans For CourthouseSecond

The newly organized County Commission got downto Dimes Campaign this week.

business quickly Wednesday first making appointment "Too many children moithan '<>.
,
for the year and then voting a five per cent pay 250.0OO each year"' .11
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born with defects theBradford ---
raise!: for all county road department employees. Union birth campaign ill All work on plans for the new county courthouse' was

me vote came on a motion rector stated "Birth defects stopped Wednesday as Commissioners Zedra Hamilton,

by Commissioner Zedra eratlon which are absorbingall leave thousands of innocent Jessie 11. Chastain, and newly sworn-In James M. (Buck)

Hamilton who said the raise available funds.Commissioner children physically or menalK Norman moved quickly to keep their promises.!

would cost between $3.100 Hamilton handicapped for hfe. K Hamilton, who made the motion that passed 3-1, had

and $3.200. He wag sided by however suggested that a bill "While. the cause. of most "of 4 V1' Clerk Charles Darby leave the meeting immediatelyand
Commissioner Jessie Chas- ,
be presented to the district these conditions are unknown call Architect :Frank George to stop work on the
tain and the lone board
new he said l "Something 'Iran legislators when they hear "
plans "until further
study. lie said the big three
members. James M. I Buck I be done to lessen the risk >t new !
Norman.It Clerk requests Darby here said In the February.project bearing! defective children iml + ry g aim to "put it to a vote of the people..

was the first evidence of 1 Mrs. Chastaln gave the sec
abandoned.The to repair the d.imngi' of blr'
should not be
the new coalition which can commission Is anxious defects." M ond and Norman Joined them courthouse Issue can now take

now overpower the newly about the amount of game The campaign leader called: i In a voice vote. the ball and run with it.

elected! chairman. Dave Shu- attention to the importauct.' ,of k S k Newly elected Chairman That's the Impression given
especially deer that is being b
ford and Former Chairman medical supervision of moth. Dave Shuford had little to say
taken illegally from the area 4 by all the "no comments" on
Jerome Johns. mostly at night. erstobe> during preg-nonev. % about the move. The only the new development \

The Increase was grantedon On motions by Commissioner noting that women who do not tr3 + dissenting vote was by Former The new coalition demonstrated -

the condition, Included in Hamilton the board receive such attention run the Chairman Jerome Johns. Its newly found power v, 1
highest risk of premature t Johns and Former county Attorney -
Hamilton's motion. that approved speculations for re- 'rr' '+ t only one other time during/ the \|
Road Foreman R. E. Jones births and stillbirths ThdMarch Gene Shaw could not first meeting of the year. Th.

live within his budget for paving tions the to hydrocarbons primary specifica-road of Dimes he added., be reached Wednesday afternoon new "big three," again by

the remainder of the fiscal Is now conducting a nationaleduratlonal for comment. voice, voted to give all. county
at Brooker to
and
agreed pay
year The money must come program throughits Just one thing was clear road department employee u
for right of from the
from that already budgetedIn way 3.OOO local chapters to alert Wednesday about the new five pe rcent raise effectiveJan.

the Road and Bridge Union to the Alachua County prospective mothers to the need, vote It throws the court- 1.Former.

Fund. lines. for prenatal care. house Issue up in the air again Chairman Jerome ;
Contract for the projectwas The Match of Dimes in also .
Commissioner Johns pointed Johns remained quiet, voting
out that the new budget approved with the ex- making available the latent "- "Well, I guess/ we'll eventu- neither yea or nay.

has not yet been made up ception of a reservation on treatment techniques for both L. ally build a courthouse, but I
constructing signals at rail defect victims through its. net- "
and said it may not be wise sure don't know where was
to spend money before the road crossings. CommissionerJohns work: of 77 treatment 1 and r S Clerk Darby's only comment. Merrill!! Dees
wants to be certain centers affiliated -
diagnostic -- -- There ,
timber tax suits are settled. was no discussion dur-
But Hamilton contended the that the state will! not be allowed with /name of the nations fore- N-vv County C'nniinlHHloiier. ,1",""",, :M. (Illicit. ) Norman proved, to I" the keyViMlniiKility ing the meeting of what the

money is in the present bud- and then to Install bill the the county.signals He most pitals.medical! schools\ and hos- ,. In the board' Jlrwt nit-HIng" nf. the new year, to uhitt. u|>|x>iir>i to ln anew three want the vote to be a- Power Plant

ret. Chairman Shuford coalition. of ht bout Just the general understanding -
said recalled the $22.000 bill sub- puuer >. 51r' Jessie CJiHHtiiln, uml C'oiu'niiMHlontr; : Z..lra Iian6t'm.
Temple added that the same
- If that was the case he had The!> threotod together" first ti, till road that If the new
mitted by the State Road De- > give county department employee) it
type of March of Dimes supported three
no Rejecting objection to the motion increase. partment several years for research program. which fie |...r n-iit pay' hike effective. .liin. 1, and then to HO|> work on the plan. for (III" will have have their a say way about the J people the- Supt. ResignsA
a
by ,
Johns to signals Installed on the old produced the polio vaccines In new coiirtlmiiMt. until nether' study ,'aUI", given HIP IMHIM. courthouse.

Oene Shaw both name Attorney Lawtey Road when it had now being directed against! !Noriiiiin, was cornered. ulxivn( by tiuinesvllle Sim Keportw, Hum :Mcy \Viilnexiluy Hamilton's motion came at
county attorney highly
again, and also- been agreed he said that it birth defects. Already there as he tool his. scat for tli > first tlin' the end of a two-hour meetIng ployee Merrill regarded Dees, city em-
superintendent -
would cost no more than !'have been discoveries which .
The board members sat
county prosecuting attorney of the plant
power
9000. have led to significant progressin !
around awhile after
the Board named Shaw pros- adJourn- and electrical distribution
ecuting attorney for 1967 and Clerk Darby was given this complex health area. ment and then all went to has .
'67 drive Second Wet system, resigned.
permission to look into the Co-chairman of the
CD lunch
Funds together.
County Judge T. A. Yawns
Starke recreation Study Wednesday was Dees' final
cost of obtaining a quantityof Is Gene Rayburn.
. wn named county attorney. Clerk Darby said last week day on the
county maps. He said the director. Union County Year RecordedBradford city payroll as
that state law
Road! Foreman R. E. Jones. prohibits spend- superintendent
newly formed Zoning Com- Chairman la Jimmy Coson. but he Is still
CD Director Prank I Williams ing public funds to sponsor an on retainer In of
of schools. case emer-
mittee superintendent
has six.
requested!
and! Courthouse CUstodian County had an- Under election on any Issue which at the
Names of the committeewere Campaign depository is the Way NowAn gency power plant.
Edward Norman were also included In the Community State Bank and the other wet year In 1966 witha can be decided by the Com- He Is also being kept on for
all rehired by unanimous total average rainfall of mission unless the vote Is okayed at least month electrical
minutes! of Wednesday'smeeting campaign treasurer la President a as
consent. 75.38 inches almost a foot by the Legislature and
inspector the decided
Bill city council -
The new chairman. Shuford. at the request of events Epps. chairmen isMarvin. more than the 50 year avel'age extensive study In beIng study Is being made to determine placed on the ballot in a general Tuesday night.
Commissioner Johns the for- Special
made on Federal Civil Dtfenso! proper utilization of election.
Is beginning hi* third Brown with individual of 63.92. Dees a 10-year veteran with
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Page funds: for which the county can communications equipment on
There Is
This makes two In some speculation
year on the board. He was events being headed by: Gere years the ally as superintendent! of
chairman of the Lawtey City Johns Honda Bobby and succession that annual rainfall qualify and a review In underway hand. not by a county commissioner either the power plant or distribution -
of existing: emergent The system should ''be In op- that the vote the court-
the on
Council has topped 50yearaverage
for several years Gerty AIcRae Golf. Eldon system or both, left
Bus plans and procedures! Director era Lion of the middle of the
System The total house might be tied to the
1905 was
and
a long-time member of Mathews Parade, Bob Barka- the power: plant two weeks
Frank L. Williams told the month ho said.' But until then
Claude
special election Oov.
that board. Hamilton was daleIovle.; Martha Minx 73 64 inches. ago and began using up vaca-
elected 1 vice-chairman of the Revision Is and Gus Kopelousos Coffee May was the wettest monthin County Commission In his. the Bradford County Sheriff'sradio Kirk has called for April 18 to tion time he had accumu-
monthly report Wednesday.WHIama met, the Florida
( Highway
!
1966. with total of 1430 vote on the new state constitu-
commission.In Days Paul HutchJna -- Agriculture a lated. His resignation was
who wax reappointed Patrol radio net and tele-
other action, the board Big SavingsBradford Curtis ''Marlowe-<::lvj- inches. November was the by the Communion for 1067 phones will be utilized tion.Like kept quiet and the plant. Is
tan-Rotary.. Foster Shl Smith driest month with only .59 the old majority, the '
had to turn down a request said, he feels the county should The regular monthly Inspection now without it superintenddent.
coalition, at least on the
Lacy Conway inch. new
Basketball
.
from the Bradford: County County's school utilize to the fullest extent allo'ederal of the CD warning systems -

Development Authority for transportation system, is operating Airplane Ride. Rainfall by months during } monies avaialb'e! for nt Liiwtey Brooker, City bond trustees have

Its prorated share. $10,000, efficiently and at a 1966 was: January 6.37: February the CD 'program.) Bradford's Hampton, /and SUuke found all recommended hiring a quali-

of the race track tax funds saving after the sweplng revision 3,000 Homestead 932: : March 2.60: April program HO far, has not done( In excellent operating condition, School Board fied engineer for the utility

for 1967 because of a lack of of the formerly cum- Mailed 250May: 14.30: June 8.20: this, he mild he nnld. system plus separate heads

funds at present. The board bersome system In September. Applications July 7 87, August 10 89: September The director used the CD Two Bradford High School Has Trouble for the power plant and dis-

indicated that the county according to School 760: October 2.83: center'H light bill as fli' ex- students have. been employed tribution system. The council

hospital will come first when Supt. Tom Casey. "Around 3.000" homestead November .59, December 2.01( ample. Federal matching funds under the (federal work-study. Seating PairThe no far has taken no action.

exemption applications were Woods fires and timber .. Dees said he to
the funds become available. Eight drivers and busses ample. Federal matchin! gfuods program for janitorial and plans

A letter from the Game were dropped and their mailed out Friday by Tax Assessor acreage burned In the county can be obtained for even that, maintenance work. operate a small grocery' store

and Fresh Water Fish Com- routes absorbed before school Gene Long. also showed a big increase he noted.A Williams also reported that Bradford County on SR-100 across from South-

mission read 1 by Clerk Darby opened. Casey said, and so Applications for the $5.000 over 1965. During! the year highly flexible net of plans.. he will take up the center's Board of Public Instructionmet tilde Elementary School and

Informed the board that the far no out-of-the ordinary tax exemption are to be sign- ending December 31. the .and standard operating procedures utility bill with the city In the Tuesday as required bylaw also an electrical motor rewinding -

state has no funds availablenow have occurred. The ed and returned to the asses Florida Forest Service reported Is essential. for the near future. The bill last month to organize for the com- business./

with which to establisha revision problems: is calculated to save sor's office by April 1. For the 105i. flies in the coun- Bradford program; due to the was $104, he H
wildlife management area $19.000 over the school first time a gelf-addresed return ty with 861 2 acres burned diversity of emergency functions 'by an.. electrical engineer de- that the two new members CUBB

in the Sampson Lake Area. entire envelope Is Included !In During 1965 there were 62 and operations relegatedto termined it should not have Briber D. Goodman and H. MeetingSet

The commission had requested year."It had to save" Casey each application as a convenience fires with only 119.5 acres Civil Defense and the inadequacies been over $16$. He reportedthe W. fBusterl Bennett had

that about 30.000 acres of said. noting that $9.600, ( to the taxpayer. burned. Inherent In personnel heating system was not not received their commissions Monday;

Container Corp. and Rayon- would be the salaryof Tuesday! was the first day to The closing week of the and funds to accomplish operating 15 days last month.A from the Secretary of

lea Corp. owned land be Included the eight saved drivers on alone apply for an exemption and year, Dec. 21-31 was one of the function and operatlcum, radio valued at $90.50 1 U State's office. This prohibitedthem Nolin ResignsA
in the Long's office reported that Williams stated In his -eport. still missing William said, from legally being ableto
area.
the worst In the 12-month
1.-
each had about $1.400
earned The communications ard the will be turned of the
'rise members
100 returned system act
over applications were as
The letter stated the state period, with 21 fires burning meeting of CUBB Economic -
per year. that day. for the program is in the plan over to the Sheriff's Department. board.'
commission already has over Eight old busses went out 1484 acres. Agency Is set Monday,
ning stage, he repotted. A Most of the confusion was
three million acres under of service at the same time ofata.te's Jan. 9. at 7:30: ( p. m. in the
Secretary
management with several additional making safer for the chil- laid to office the and the fact USO Building where a successor -

areas under consld- dren riding them. Casey may be named to P. T.

noted. The older buses also ---- Will Negotiate ---- that Tuesday the was Inauguration Nolln the former executive
Day for new IfOV-
meant higher maintenancecosts. director who has resigned.


Senior BoysBASKETBALL With. fewer busses students Council Rejects Engineering AgreementRejecting ernor.night Meeting the later three" hold-over Tuesday "Disappointed," were terms Used and by disgusted Nollnin -

still to giving reasons for his stepping -
are getting elected
League Meeting members of the board down. He said he was
school about the time
January 5th they always did the same superintendent increased pouts In affected by the disagreement cent of that amount C$1251 r however and the longer It H. A. Lawson a veteran of disappointed because he had
7 1'.M.Recreation>> 18 years on- the board chair- not; been able to do more forth
his will last.
said and' no students a new consulting engineers The firm's representative per month for services. and Rodney
Center are being picked up or services agreement the Starke Don Ruckman, defended the Under the new agreement the The engineer also reported man for two years low-Income families of the
who Is serving
P. Hall four !
(Age 16-17-18)) arriving home appreciably: City Council Tuesday night new agreement saying the Increase city would\ pay $500 per that construction is progressing his seventh year, as vice the counties entire, and disgustedwtlh of the ,
requested that several points from 25 to 90 per cent month plus 90 per cent of steadily on the newer set-up J
chairman. On a motion by Office Economic
later.Only problem involved. be negotiated with Reynolds of a resident's salary for 4500 I 1$4501' I. In other words project and pumping stationat Federal of ,
Bantam BoysMEETING Hall, the minutes were writ- Opportunity.
Casey said, is that a few Smith and Hills, city engineers overhead Is Justified by increased the Inspector on a $500 per the city's Industrial Park ten to Include the fact that '
routes have required adJustIng for many years. costs. He said qualified month salary would cost $325 on Edwards Road, Kolln's resignation became

Fri., January 6 because of overloadinga The Council's Rules Committee engineers are difficult to more under the proposed\ In other action. the coun- the two new members Good- effective Dec. 31 but he said
man and Bennett. were present he months
CUBB two
protested to Engineer Don find and that RS. & agreement. cil gave
4 P.M.Recreation problem ,abt Is always now. : at the meeting.In .
the
Center there Just a few families Ruc-kmaa two Item In the proponed H. must retain some on its The Rules Committee will -Voted to accept from the notice after informing
< agreement: 1)) an '.n- staff. confer' with R.S & and Public the morning meeting, agency he was stepping out.The .
moving from one place in permanent There may H. Bradford Board of Instruction -
(Age 10-11-12)) outgoing chairman Dan retired educator, former
the county to another can crease from 25 to 90 per cent be times up to six weeks or report to the entire council two acres of land
Starling slimed< the contracts at Starke Elementary
principal
cause that he said. of a resident engineer's services two months when the firm probably at the next' meet- In Lincoln City formerly the -

This Space Contributed The saving was affected by for overhead to R.S. & H. has to pay the engineer's ing. Jan. 17Ruckman site o fthe school there, for with Harris & Harris for School plans now to

Weekly to Publicize consolidating some routes 21 a retainer fee of $1.500 salary. Ruckman said whenno also reported that recreation. purposes. The offer the construction; of the pursue several personal pro- J

Community Events by and lengthening others as annually for a single inspection job Is available for him specifications for the city's was relayed from the> Hampt"Jand Brooker jects. /
school In a related move. There are four applicationsfor
recommended by a State De- each year on the power to oversee. 2.000 K W H generator are School Board by Council-
the old board paid $7.374 to the
The CommunityState partment survey team last plant l generating system. When the firm provides a nearing completion. He asked woman Ruby Johns. who engineered position
architect Don Morgan as part CUBB In Ita first year of
summer. Total bus milage!! Members of the committeeare resident Inspector for a Job. and received permission from the deal.
Bank of his fee for services the has In
on operation now progressprograms
under the old system was Neil Tucker chairman; the city picks up his salaryas the council to raise the specification -Referred to Mrs. Johnsa

insuredup 874 9 miles, compared with One Wiggins and Jimmy part of the construction on RPM's up 450 request for two streetlights Hampton and Brooker totaling $173.000and
Accounts now schools. $94.000! grant to extend -
409 under the new stream- AfcRae- costs For instance. If an In- from 320. That will allow one on SR-100 and a

to S15.000 by lined version. Casey!\ said that Work on the $830.000 power spector's salary Is $500 per more firms to bid on the one on Eastwood Drive. Both Sunt. Torn Casey presented Its Program Planning

Federal Deposit( Insur- busses drove 167.2 miles" each plant expansion will con- month. the city has been venerator/ he said. The slower are at new homes near South- certificate of appreciationto Project Is pending1.But ;

ance Corp. morning with only the driver tinue, however. as It Is not paying/ the $500 plus 25 per the RPM the less wear side Elementary. outgoing members Ethan the two biggest pro-
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aboard. on generator
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Kathy Johnson fiom a liil- Cunlv Ho (|lilt'. ,il I this \M i.6 i I" I h.. l M V 1 1I > .
II dicn'.s home, in Oirenvllle. S Intrude! : :AIiM I riViti; ,'i.i CIDM-, l ,, ,I.. I I?. 'ip" I h.. Ip I'I ..'" I .
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,, with and :MIHSInry' : Ann Catltnn "I t ,,
C .spun the holidays .. ., ,
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I" i"FI\ v ii 'in \\ li\ II. I''" t | I u> II i II i I Iu.l I'
i Mr. and Mrs. James Starling<; Lake Geneva; :\1..',... Alice. Lang- ,y +e w ess .I II ml, I In Him)' I l- I I I.. I ."', I "'?'.
Terry SLith returned to his ford, Emory Johns aid :Mn. w J I ,,M ,,0)) \\"HI' I 1. |',...l> Hi I I I' I I I I

I home in Valdosta Ga. Sunday Inn Arnold of Lake Butler,

GLADYS MOOTV after a week's visit with James Akrl Walker of Keystone Heights: LUNCHEON I SPECIAL
Phono 4-M5Sl( I his grandparents. Mr. and .
Mrs. L.. F. Dinkins. Miss Beverly Crawford and Levi "
-- Rhoden of Hampton Will in m
Major and: Mrs. Don Ko-

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Orau- Mrs:: Ann Moore has joined retz of Oxon Hill.! Md. were !Morgan\ of Lawtey; Mra. Di"K- JACK'S Restaurant
I biOi Hall of Graham; VV.ilhCrown
don and family were visiting her husband. Pvt. Paul visiting her mother. Mrs. Ar- of Bfooker. ; and Alon/o I \

relative In Palmyra, Pa. Moore in San Francisco. len McKnight over the holi Goodge, Mra. ''Mirium:\ Jolui" -a i :301 South Starke
during the holidays. Calif. She has been staylnn days.Gene .-\
Alan Rawe, Thomas C. Ch.is- 1
Mrs Beulah Gay has returned -I with her parents: Mr. and Wiggins has enteredhis t.alnI, ] l' 8. Laura Learli/ Open 21 !Hours Daily
Mrs Joe( Slierrlll on Morgan junior year at FSU. -- ------ -- .
Arthur Texas
to Port Deborah Sue ,-McClellan, Mr: COOKED MEALS
after spending the holidays: Road for the past few Mr. and Mrs. James Dyerof Ruth Lee, Brenda Robinson. Forestry Service Safe Driving Awards JlO
Gainesville were weekend
with Mr. and Mrs. Adolph months. Pvt. Moore Is sta- James David McDaniel, and J.
Gay tioned at Presido Army base. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. B. (Murphy, all. of Starko. Choice of 3 Meats
Mr, and Mrs Paul Faulkner Mrs. W. O. Haifa has returned Dukes.Mr. Mrs Harry Trafford of :Miami : Florida. l-nro-st, Mi">r\liv I'l-rsnunH' .1)) Itnulfonl-riiliui. Fire Control "'1I1t li"''ii'l-'!

and family have moved from Miami where and Mrs. S. G. Den- Is staying with her parents qimrlcrH, liclHccn Lnk Roller and siarkirfcrnlry" rpci'Uml. Safl Urlvlng'n.' ....

from Brownlee Road" :! to then she wvs visiting Mr. and:! mnik. Mr.. and Mrs. K, L. !Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Loudon represent Ing tinnimibir, of ji'iirs of. safe driving' 'ttl".t' having n )prrwentuhle' fi Vegetables ft .i:

new home on Wilson Road. Mrs. Woodfln Halle during Matthews and Mrs. Carl Jr.. while her husband la in tt'eldent.'I'huse. receiving. the uvturdt, and. tinnnml. ;.T til sure driving jrurn with the Bread & Butter vJ J

J B. Hunt of Bonifay was the holidays. She was drivento Roberts the new attended home:! open of Mr.houseat and boot camp in Ml8.aia l lppl for Fliti-id.i: Furmt '-.rl""eu're"" : (L to 1C,) .1. C. Pretutt, Jr., Cciunty Hanger, 1(1( jeurn; Coffee or Tea **

visiting his mother. Mrs Miami by her granddaughter Mrs. Clarence Roberts In six weeks. Rangers Hurl: IMililm. B year; Fate Crlblx, 4 year; ,Juk l' larce-, 3 Sears; and LjnnMoRae .
Henrietta Hunt from Thurs- Sandra Hallo and Rev. and Mrs. R. E. (Mac. 3 Served From lf:00 A.M.
day to Sunday. I Harry Jones of Pompano Luke Butler on New Year'sDay Blain were In.. Apalachicola during years

James Hobbs and Mr and students at FSU. whose en- the holidays visiting their ----
Mr. and Mm.\ Reddish
:Mrs Herb Thomas spent the gagement was announced Roy laughter and family, Air. and 1 I'l n.i noli! n\\'not''tt.
the of Webster. were visiting Mrs. Mrs. Fortunes." School Board :MI'llfK: OF1 Vri\TI::' <<>N'TOIIKUIMII Lulyd> i| 'UilH !th day ,.r r .1, 'inn STEAK SPECIALDelicious
rlurlni' holidays.
weekend at the Thomas A. F. Mcllnn.ey on Monday.Mr. George : ':ii 'H"'I'fut' "MN my' A. l I'. lit' Mturklii.iiir.n. '
camp In the Scrub. Miss Marilyn Hernwall Mr. and Mrs J. L. Gentry .\tl l KXntli :. I cijiiiii' ,t5', .Klorlilu.. ) : t 12-oz. T-lone!
and Mrs. H. A. Lawson : l, IH hrr,, ,' I that.
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Mr and Mrs. C I. Cooper has returned to Washington were In Lake City and Tallahassee spent several days with their Scats Pairs Hi, .und.' .rnlKni'. .. .d.. nnd.r,J tinIMnvlHli.im <' 1 r. ii' i 12'' French Fries, Tossed; Salad,
have had as guests Mr and I D. C. after spending the son-ln..law and dd.ughter.11':: ?r I'lnipl., 'r 211,'IB:: 69
I .. .. (Hot Rolls flutter Coffeeor
Vm The
1 over the weekend visit- UIWH fir I.Florid.. .lets nr. I'HI. County' .1. q t'uur ,
Mrs Cecil Cooper and son of : Christmas holHnvs with her In ij Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan and (Mrs:: Hoist C. Beall Jr. l Continued From Page One] will resister, mall II". It.. ,iii <.r to....If..." ......t". 1 Slut< 111 Tea e
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Mr. and Mrs. C E. and} baby lIOn in Macon. Ga. Please -
pnrents. '
Durham, N. C. overnight! t'if 11"\111 ('onrt" 1 In and for"
(Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawson, ,
eut utu or 8. I':. kH. d"I
/4pul
Mr. and Mrs.\ of Hradturd County' il'lorldu i -
Friday and Mr and Mrs.I Hernwall. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morar and Jerry Bolden Sapp and Dan Starling upon ., .ell"'d.Tlw. Same with 16oz. T-Bone 1.99
"t
1'.1'.1 i i oft 1"1' ( i p\lI..II.-'
Mr. and Mrs. N- L. Wood- Opalockj und :Afrs.: H. T. Smithof !Mhh<' ,' "I' 1.,1., ., '1'I., II.
'
Walter Stewart of Gainesville Mr!!. C. H. Register and fami thanking them for their help t II"in ur thlH ..n". r, the ri.-ini-l ., p.
I burn were in Tallahassee Santa Fe were weekend visitors OHM iiani.. or. I I4m 11&.1 'IMI..i>in',' Ti" I'er .us. IIiIel'Mt'I" In' 'Iles I Itad.
on Monday. and the school .
leadership on nr sold Ilwrd ntI. .,
of their ,vli"M, under i Mill"ll ur I Jill" .
Mrs Helen Crow of Jacksonville Monday to Wednesday at-I lies.Terry and Karen Kubunks I. of son and daughter.Mr. board. ""n.J. In HlllMOH' III' "I' (IHi \I.,'ii Ie.' h.'rr6' 11.,1'1 I 01 III.,. .
'! tcndlnir the Inauguration and 'Mrs: X. ''M.:: Smith, and Ii4. Hlnrkrtnliili ,' f.'I.I. It' St I ilea 111"1111'' Ill' 'I'll''? .II Vegetable Plate 75c
; >x
the wceken= .
then
was Sneeds were holiday visitors of family. Casey nave a year- P. IliMin. I I' u It"I lag h' I., 110., I.a"I' \1 111, ,, I IT.newts I
guest of Mrs. E. L- Crawford Oov Claude Kirk I Col. and 'iMrs. T. T. Lung and end review of the school sys- 'I-.1 I Sliirliu', an.I'. "'h.CI"H' 'I'itt. ". ?.f "11..1. 01." 'I :{ Vegetables Tea or Coffee
Mr and Mrs. M. W. Cre+- i I Mr\ and Mrs n H Gilder: son Dave. have]Mr. returned and Mrs after W. B. Sewell tem to old and new members .tnhnM, .. I I. I l'"x:, : :,. st.l ii-k., ,III 111". I vII l.1 hr."n'Mil't'u,1',,0 II I.,1,I ,I.'. ,

Bier and Mr. and Mrs. Char- .i have had as miesta. Mr. and Mr. and (>Mrs. James Sterna visiting He explained: how the various -
their son-in-law __ _
and daughter.Mr. ,
les Cresster and family of Mrs: J. P. Eldrldee of Jacksonville : of Coco Solo, Canal Zone and sources of revenue were
Calhoun! spent the holidays: !! ovprnlcht) on Sun- formerly of Stnrke. visited Mr. and Mm. R. P. Guisslnger, obtained. based on such
In Baton Rouge, La. during the I
with Capt. and Mrs. William -'ny. Merle Grider of Fernan- and :Mm.: F. J. Pellum on Wed- holidays.Mr. things as average daily attendance .I 6i tliJF .

K.. Booth in Fort Walton.Mr. dlna Beach several days last' nesday.Mr. and Mrs.\ A. M. MooreJr. \ vocational technical U a r ,
and Mrs. Bobby Crawford week end! Mr. and Mrs R. and Mrs. L. ''M.:: Herbrandof of Blackshear. Ga. and education:! ,, and other:

and son of Providence, W. Douvllle and family ofOrinnr Daytona Beach were Mrs. Tommy Johns and son of special 1 projects Casey snl"'

have moved to the Sllnox Park on !' imrtnv.Mr weekend giiepts, of her mother, Mace lenny were weekend\ the school budzet.! of boui! !I Itr
end !\fl'Q. Charlie Cow- :Mrs. Henry O'Hara. f
apartment on Clark StreetMr three million dolIalIs divided
guests of ':\11'. and :Mra.: J. W.
and Mrs J. T. Pollard en and family)/ have returned Mrs.[ Sarah Barton of Atlanta Ritch and 'OVIis.: Daisy Perry- Into four parts: Operating -
have to I after swndlng three days In Ga. Is visiting her son- ,
And family moved man it Santa Fe Lake. Including dally expensesand Janfiar
HuntsvIIle. Ala with Mr in-law and, daughter, Col. and I
Hattlesburg. Miss. I Holiday guests of ;Mr.: and salaries: Debt SPIIICCIncluding f:
Mrs. H. M. Hatcher Jr. this | : j
C. H Cowen and
anti Mrs.
Charleq .. ji
Mr. and Mrs. ;Mra.' I:. E. Tanner wero Mi racetrack: icveiiu (+r II
Reese and family were In relatives and two weeks at week. and Mrs. H.irvey Tanner of certificates $1.200.000 I I anti", ,i
:Mr.: and Mrs. John Den and
Salem. Va. over the holidays the Cowen farm in Bethel. I Murray f daughters of Lake City wereSunday
visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. D.Reese. Trnn A.V. Chapman and! childrenof Bonds. I $050.000 I I.; Capital>l _
Mr. and:! Mrs. J. R. Chas- visitors of her parents Columbus Ga. Improvements Prom) 'am the
)\1'[ and Mrs. K. W. Hayes, '
Miss Phvllls! Haddock teen Jr. and daughters and ;Mra.\ V. J. Rugad.ilo and vocational school Contrai"Proiirnms. I:
made the Deans List at St. "Trs. H. L Brownlce were In Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen daughter Mrs.' W. S. Gubler nmountiiiu to ,II'
visited Mrs. Barber in
Johns River Junior College Tnvares Monday vlsltinn Dr. Gainesville George, have/ gone to Birmingham Ala. most one quarter million dollars tRv\
on Sunday. \
,In the past semester. and Mrs. Arnln Bortirus. Mrs T. C. Hazen Jr. find from Tuesday to Thursday to In federal funds

Mrs A. A. Durden Is a patient Mr. and Mrs. John Green Mrs. Carl Roberts ontei.talmcl: | take Dennis Gubler back to The new federal wuldellni"-
,'I"lted Mr. and Mrs. H. L. .
In Baptist Memorial at luncheon and three tables Samfurd Baptist College.Col. for school de.semeaii'idn!: we' "
rhanrcv In Monticello over and :Mrs. J. A. t
hospital discussed briefly Casev noted -
of bridge last! Friday at Mia\ ,
the weekend. Roberts' home. Mrs. Leslie MiJ. and Mrs. Harry M.Grlftln'l :! that decision on thin

Biggs of Birmingham Ala. was er, Dr. and Mrs.[ H. H. matter would have" to be
and Mr. und Mrs. E. L. Mat- made In the( near future
an out-of-town guext
IRE N E'S J BEAUTY 'I A. J. Thomas Jr. of Fort Ihws: were guests of the Du- Ca py also discussed! some.* r' i I 1 1 o t Iy j

Lauderdale was hero on business Pont staff party attending the projected Idea* and peeledfor ( ,

SALON I Sunday to Wednesday and Gator! Bowl Game in Jacksonville the future iicn\th (of I ih

stayed with his parents Mr. Saturday.Mr. school system These liviu'l- L
and :Mrs.: Thomas Sr.Mr. ( and Mrs. T. C. HazenJi. ed an emphasis on piimun- r
1 Mile West On Read 16 .
:: [ and :Mrs.: W. II. No 11 man were holiday visitors of ent structures. and f the use of

were Sunday, evening supper Mr. and :Mrs.: Dan Hazen in a master plan fm BBS
guests of :Mr.: and Mrs. W. F. Jacksonville.Mr. about 80 acreiTn. >

: r rnCGt[ J10NE DAY Swlnyer In Keystone Height-* and Mrs. W. F. Herlong .. other trtlnn. the Boa'"l 81 99-in. 1 771 ,
ONLY I
) && Mrs. :Mary Lane of .TxeksOTi- will entertain their children and Amended the hider to In- Twin Fitted 0
their families from Jacksonville
-
vllle la visiting her mother/, flu-'e *846B/ In fprlernl! I I ND-
Mrs. Bertha Pearce this week. at Sunday dinner. EA1 1 funds for library materials -
PERMANENTSSAT. S Pr. and Mrs. T. G. Rltrh and Tamala Hope of Gainesville 1i
81 !108. in.DoublerFitted
02 i x .
i t -g
5 family spent last week inClntllnblll'g. spent several days last< week Discussed the recurrlim! ,
with Ginger Baldwin.
JAN. 7 ONLY Tenn. problem of what to do with 9i'r
Mrs. 13. H. Spear. daughter David and Sue Adams of the old Ilellbronn school 11.
Anne and son Bud were Jacksonville and Mr. and! Mrs.
building The problem( \ cen-
visiting Mr. and airs. SpearsSr. lC.[ Flynn and daughter ofj j jr
In ters around whether not not
Specializing : and C .M., Benton in West- Daytona Beach were weekend I ,
It Is worthwhile to move and Matching Pepperell Pillow Cases 41 e 6P
vllle over the weekend.Mr. guests (of Mr. and. Mrs.\[ L.. C. / jj
\
MANICURES CREATIVE: HAm! Adams., remodel the structure or sell

PERMANENTS: STYLING: and\ family. and :Mrs:of Hawthorne Joseph Wood wCl'eSunday Buford ::Mitchell W. T. Jackson It and build a new storage: P.pperellluKuy muslin heels and pillow eases arc famed .' s i

SHAMPOO: CUTTING: visitors of her parents. and Sen. Charley Johns building. i for beauty, for fine quality, greater strength and 'longer j yi

SETTING BLEACH Mr. and Mrs. A J. Thomas Sr. and! Rep. Gene Shaw attended! wear. Choose from either fitted or flat styles. Stock up now /f y ffJJJ o}
I the Inauguration in Tulluhu.s-1' at these low, low onee-a-year prices! e.- .
TINTING(; Mrs. Carrie Ritch and Mi\3 j
Annie Darby spent the holidays' see on Monday. | CommissionersRaise
]Present Phone No. 96!} 1-12:13: with Mrs. Thelma :Mendoza in Miss Rita Andrews and :Miss: i iRenn.i COLORED MUSLIN & PERCALE SHEETS iyMa' y I

New No. Will Be 9SI-30'J;) :{: Jacksonville. : Bowen returned to their RoadEmployees ;\ 72 X 108 in. 81 x 108 in. O57 1+r l
:Mr. and 'Mrs.\ C. S. Haddock' home In Boiling Springs, N. C. i 237
AMPLE PARKING and, family visited" Mi. and Mrs. after a week's vliut with Mr.; : Twin Fitted Double Fitted >& / J ,

Don Griffin and, family at Jacksonville 1 and :\11'8.V.. B. Thompson and Colored Cases 53 Percale Cases 57" ,

-- Beach on '(Monday.\ family.J. r'
B. Sapp visited Mrs. Verna FContlnuPd: From Page One EMBROIDERED ROSE' PRINTED SHEETS w f /

Dcmorest n Rlvcrsde Hospitaland
Mrs., Kffle Coidray in.Jack mer chairman I 72x108 in. O59 Six 108 in. O79 I r. I '
A letter from Ardell Crosby
sonville on. 'Monday.:: [ '' Twin Fitted JL Double Fitted JL
asking a refund of 1965 tax-
Mr. and "'[I'll. John Benny
Sapp and children of Daytona es paid while the assessmenton Printed Floral Muslin Cases............................ I48
his warehouse (HOpe' tv:
Beach have moved to West
moreland Street. was In litigation was read t ( wp Ns :
In '65 the property was
assessed S
the
Among those attending is
SHe ; at $6 500( but in '66 it
U. of F. Georgia Tech foot-
was adjusted down to $4.450
ball game' in ''Miami on Monday ,
1 night were :Mjr.: and Mrs. after the deed was straightened ( -

V. J. tiltand: :Mrs.J. out then It was found'' '-
Spongier SUPER SIZE 24 x 46" HEAVYWEIGHT 1 1CANNON
D. Warren ';:\1'. and Mrs. F. that Crosby didn't own all .;. ,? .

W. Strickland, Mr. and Mrs.J. \ the property he thought he

D. Odom Jr. ,;Mr.: and Mrs. did.He -

T.H. SlaUa, and 'Mrs. Clyde Is asking a refund of REG. 79<$<: VALUE I
t
'
Sinclair. the taxes: he paid In 65 In

!Mr[ and .]Mrs.' J. C. Vining excess of the $4.450* assessment -

of Palitka were Monday evening The board tabled the Thirsty Cannon Towels give you the t /I f

visitors of Mr.\ and Mrs.L. \ request thp first of Its kin most for your money! Beauti-fluff finish e / d J "

D. Vinlng. that could be recalled. for gives deep, luxurious feel. Bold, bright 0 f( J

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Costello study. Crosby requested a woven stripes on snowy whit'*. ajl- ,;, m.,
has a pal at present and chlldK n Buzzy and prompt answer since the Cltv ii !

Stella Jal," have returned of Starke will! receive an Identical '
1 SC
Wash Cloths
Matching REG.
254 VALUE s aI ,.
he said.
but does he have a from Charleston. W. Va. request r

where they spent the holidays i i

Savings Account? as guests of Mr. and: CUBB MeetingSet
and Mrs.: W. C. Young Mr.

and Mrs. A. L. WhlttlnBton
Now is the time to start an interestearning and Dr. and \Mrs William Monday

savings account here for him (or her!) Murray I Continued From Page One I MATTRESS PADS fb.

and to start teaching your youngsterthe NEW i
A Cla..lfle.d. in the TELEGRAPH Jects for which CUBB applied 1 REG. 2.99 266 I
simple habit of thrift. Both ;
may very SPRING
were turned down after Twin Size ,. a.I
well for that brings results.
pay increasingly-costly col. '
the regional Office of &:on- ; -
; lege education later! omlc Opportunity In Atlanta DAN RIVER I : REG. 3.99 a8

THE BRADFORD considered them for four ,) Full Size I! CONTESSA TUFTED

COUNTY TELEGRAPH months. They were a 180-day Heavy cotton quilting strongly '

e Head Start Program which FABRICS I l' ninforcid with nylon thread BED SPREADS
Published every Thursdayat would have made that program '

133 W. Call St.. year-round and a PERMANENT PRESS TWOINONEPAD 100' cotton spotNubbyDanScolor I

Starke. Fla. 32091 12 month Neighborhood- I 00 I g I ,. lighted individual 1

Youth Corps prjoect i coordinated Hoya 1 & COVER
_
shrunk
Second class | styling'' ? pre fJ
FLORIDA postage paid Projects currently being Cloth solids y. MATTRESS COVER
In. ,
I
a at Starke, Fla. administered by CUBB are stripes, prints. REG. 3.99 O38 never need ironing
I REG. 3.29 Colors t
66 Decorator
the Initial Program Planning Twin Size .
Subscription Rates:
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( rB r 1fKi, iA/ '11' "(STORKE; I : 111111: In trade ar8l$3.: O per grant of $27,000: to get the Full or Twin Size REG. 4.99 J33 '
under $55.000
agency way. a 00
year; $200! six month Dan River Fullzippered Double Size.3 $6'
Home Health Aid project( a ,:
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group E. L. Matthews, editor and $56.000 summer Head Start suckers and wovcn7nC! Nylon stitched Contoured like a Fitted ihtet. i t

publisher program for Bradford County gingham Sanforized Sanforized for permanent fit, ,.

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Outside trade area: J4.OO I and a $38.000 summer
I per year: (2.25 six months Head Start program for UnIon -
J County 1 1S "

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BRADFORD COCarrT TELKORArn. STARKF5. FLORIDA fAl1F Ttl@EI
TIIfRHDAY JAN_ 5, 1987 _

lonleal' 1.1, 1111111 tirlteuluat.'ul i 11', fI't ( ,n, nil ""I i 'mlu' IIIR tot' cinv loi jix yearn ince ex -I I I.. ( 'inn.''.'I"i, ('t.J .i i III'' r'' i. i" a
I Dinner Party > .:CI1lIIlUI:! 1 III ,cots! < ot j.O.OO: ( ( babies' bomi member BuseU Green took ui. ; ..19Horse i'" UCllI nil' :;;,1>P <"ll1
I II II I ,,, .. '...t! st It Ire. 1 ,, '
ForBaptist R Hill"'Hi' (1"1" I tow| i I i I a .n th.- i in1 Deuce and "quested i : a .1'1' I I i o 1'K/
I Given r.7 With I HIP BIK Ill-lot ol liaideurer ) \!\ n'h,' iinih' ,ikle.'tsAlii.nlv i-haiiKc from, Monday Killed I II III' I Into, "?I n, < I I I 1'K, OVthe
StudentsThe in 1961 .. ,. Mulch 01'i I>111"-" Clerk\ Charles Darby commented I it ''it :fuel, li'iirt I" trill
Supp' 1 It'd 1 "'ienliKtH, ", have .It.-! lauglillnsly. that themeeting kiuirki' (I .tbiiui 1 mo II.I i i rna
From 1981 until 19ur Ill- On SR 100A
Church viticil. of dete'tlngInri< eventually track came tu cal
First Baptist was. pastor of the South HillPresbyterian ways day might I 111 a.i I upright
GLADYS MOOTY honored their college .students Church In (controlling several condition, move all the way round to : posltlun
those In service, and which can cause permanent Saturday. horse was killed on Stt- Damage to the tin, k .,cat
Hill Va. In the
South sprlrm
Phone>> 964-0651 the young people's department ? mental. eligibility, and they lire I 100 last Thursday. Dec20, estimated at $:inn nn-i" i ''I'
called to the
tot 190: he was
I
with a dinner puiat Heights Presbyterianthurch now working. In the field of FIRST METHODIST when hit. by a ti uck 3 3 miles horse was valued at si I >''i t

College Students I the Garden Restaurant on w Benton In Monroe, N. C. and Uerinun mea-ilea and other cllse.isin Clll'RCH STARKKSunday : west of Stal'ke. uI'CJI"ilnIC!: to I'
December 20.Christmas known to be resptmatble the Florida Hlirhuay Patrol! CHURCH OF CHRISTSunday
Entertained By decorations w.-re was pastor there until the I for defective children" she Church School. Driver of the truck, a 1964 I : Bible Slot Iv :,0 t

WSCS MembersThe used on the long banquet end of 1066. I shies, 9:43:; a. m. Morning Worship, Chevrolet was John Allen I m.; Morning Woi '.liip! ,ud.
table where the 29 '{wests! Mr Burch married the 11 a. m. Stuck Supper for Douglas 54. of Worthington Communion Service 11 i n
in the former Jackie Lee Hallett of I MVP." 8pm. MYF meetings, horsed I services 6.HI(i : (
Methodist WSCS en- were seated. Included Board Changes SprlciKSt.' Own of the Evening
Boydton, Vn In October 1984.i Mission
6:::30. Church-wide
tertained at a luncheon on guest list were Mr. and Mrs I was Arthur McRae. I Wednesday WoiJ-hip\ ie
Sunday after church service J. V. Crosby superintendentof They moved to Starke last\ Study. 7 p. m. Douglas' was traveling east Ice 7 p. m. Mlni.stei .I.u'a" "
School. Mr I week and are ut home At Meeting DayThe !Monday Girl Scouts meet
honoring the Methodist Col- the Sunday Bell.
1083 Bessent Road. In Hull 3:13.:
Fellowship
-
lege students and the high and Charles Darby superintendent \ 0
of the Young Peoples first Wednesday in Tuesday Circle 4 meets!
MS school graduating seniors.
The U-shaped table. set up Department and teach Rev. t3urch Dimes Mailing each month is the new meet- at home of Mrs. L. D. Vlnlnn. AnnouncingErma's
in Fellowship Hall was dec- ers. Col.! and Mrs. Harry \ I, InK day of the County Com- Circle 5 at home of Mrs.

orated with a garland of Ivy Hatcher and Mr. and Mrs Pastor Asks Donations"Our mission In a change, from Walla Llpsey. 10 a. m. Circle
Interspersed with pink: camellias -' Alan :McLeod. New 4 the Tuesdays. Instituted by 2 meets In Fellowship Hall
Place the 1067' board In its first for covered: dish luncheon. 11 Beauty Shop
down the length. :M.iK'h. of 111111<''' nicHHHKI :
At PircsbyterianI session. a. m. WeSleYAn Service Otll1dmeet.8
decorated In the New Mrs. Wm. JenningsIs
l cards : > thin, year" l is a simple! one: suggested Hall
\
change (
The wits In Fellowship
Yearn motif marked the Please pleiiHc, answer It I IJ2F t : STAKKII'l.AXA; .
22 Honor Guest I ibcrt Dillon Burch, by the board's newest mem, with Mrs Henry Godwin and
The R
seating- arrangement. I Rev sad t make ,yourresponse
early l<< pleime :
I Norman -
Bmlthers. W. Va. ber. James M. I Buck Mrs. Robert MulHiis as hostesses -
Included r "
guesUt attending At CoffeeMiss a native o < generous, Mrs Geneva
I the FirstI'resbyteilm a duPont employee.) 7:30' : p. m. Under New
asked by Now Management
Rev. and Mrs. V. J. Ra 8I has been i Flynn jippmlcd today '
t1 dale. Mrs. J. R. Wainwright.superintendent Sally Ann Epperson a Church of (Thursdays/ ) AS she announced, who found It Inconvenient to Wednesday .- Circle 1
I of the Youth entertained at a "coffee" Staike as I Ii > new minister the traditional. Alice June BrownIs I Department( and Mr. Wainwright Wednesday afternoon. Doc. Mr. Burr I' attended West mailing to homes throughout', Member Jerome Johns said it 'Denmark. 10 a. m. Circle 3meets IDA SIZE' : DYAL Manager:\
honoring !\frs.William Virginia In 9 titute of Technology << Bradford( County. would also be more convenient -1 at home of Mrs. Drew

Engaged Centering the buffet table 26 Jennings the former Vicki at Montgomery, W. Twenty-five hundred, lettersof ,,, for him to meet on Reddish. 10 a. m. Primary Open Monday Thru Saturday

To W. P. Powell Jr. was a New Year's centerpieceand Devrlck. a recent bride. Va. and gr 1uated with his appeal& nuking> ; for < I an arrangement( of pink Christmas decorations wereused Bachelor of Arts degree in were plin-cil. in the mall to kirk I I Dave Shuford polled the practice 3:18.: : Prayer Meeting X:0() A.M.:\ 5:00; ()() P.M.. :

II !' MIHS Alice Juno Brown camellias centered the punch In the Epperson home 1958 from I the University of off tlin! drive. members the chance; was approved 7 p. m.Tuesday .
of '''Mrs. Purvis Brown The coffee Richmond. R:1:\: hmol1<1. Va.Mr. i unanimously.First Cub Seoul Den APPOINTMENT: : ::
daughter table.Woman's for the occasion. Thn need for. funds Is urgent\ have neon PHONE: !)HiI.lt7i(; : .FOR <
and the late John Brown of'. table was covered with a Burch took his thee1 -! she sniil l. if continued progress\ Tuesdays meeting 4 meets in Fellowship Hall,
and William Penn cloth decorated the Board's regular
Lawtey. Club !green nylon net \
Powell Jr., son of Mr Pearl with poinsettias and se-
.
W. Doltz and the lute W. P. To Meet Jan. I I quilts, ienwTing,; t the table ,
Powell Sr. of Jacksonville, will an cpcrgnettc with redtapers.
was\ \
\
be united In marriage on (Friday The Starke Woman's Club containing an arrangement -
Jan. 6, at 8 p.m. in the will meet Wednesday.. Jan. of Christmas holly I .
Eleventh and Main Street Baptist 11. at 3:30 p. m. with the I and greenery. Mrs. W. j 0
Church In Jacksonville Public Affairs department presided at the
Minn Brown graduated from under Mrs. V. J. Spengler, sliver Epperson coffee service. iNy

BHS in lftti-1 and Mr. F'owcllcomplctl'fL chairman presenting: the 1 I The 1 IZ guests Inc hided
bin. formal education
program. BHS classmates (of
former ;
,while serving with the U.S Hostesses: for the afternoonwill
the honoree.
Air Force. be: Mrs. J. D. Odom Jr., The hostess presented thehonol'P t

chairman. Mrs. 8. B. Mc- (, with a. place setting( \
LittleVomen Malnes. Mrs A. R. McRae.\ from her chosen; china pattern -
Mil. C II. Nasworthy, Mrs. memento of the
To Meet Monday as a e
Claire :M. Knight Mrs'! a. S. o occasion.
Newcomb. Mrs. Stanley Noe- i
William Carter of the Phainuiceutlcal --
gel Mrs. P. T. NoUn, Mrs Faulkner t
Association will Susan
I
Freeman Register Sr.. Mrs.W.
talk on L..S.D. at an open meeting -
of the Little Women's Glut W. Hood: Mrs. W. E i Has Birthday Party

on Monday Jan. 9, at 7:3::: Dow Una. and Mrs. W. H celebrated
I Nollman. I Susan Faulkner


will p.m.Hostesses be Debbie and fur Sandra Hardy the Haggliu evening Sandra. 1'I Recent Births ember her friends" ninth 23 with birthday a party on for Dot IS. j, Say. I IT" 1


Register Mr. and Mrs. Cary Naz- A pink and white cold I| DRASTIC ME JUCTIDRfSJust::
carried out In the'pal.ty I I'i OPTION

Altar SocietySt. worth firth of of Starke a son., announcethe GregoryPaul ( motif was decorations and on the \'i ..,7 CHAIK5I LAM ,

table. I IGa.mes .
Edwaid's Altar society: on Dec. 30 In Baptist refreshment and refreshments I
Memorial Hospital. Grandparents ;t
will meet Wednesday, Jan Mr. and Mrs. were enloyed during the|

11. an hall.7:30: p. m. In the parish Barney are McRae Sr. and Mr. party hours I Ladies Famous:Maker Dresses Ladies Famous Maker Sportswear Mens Famous Maker Ties Famous Maker Dress Pants

and Mrs W. T. Nazworth .
Mrs. Hattie Lee \

and Mrs. Hoist C. ,, : $9.91 $r
A ClMnlfted Ad In the TEIPICR.tI'U '>. Mr. Dies Monday Kon&y PuTote' ft* )
Ga announce
Jr. Macon. $.
Beall $10 10 311A
.. x II Skirt, SripMSoW. Reg.

brings result Hoist C. the Beall birth in. of on a.Jan.son.2.. After Illness I toe Paeaf m-1' sw.ebrs 20(]% off 3 tet $ 1 59. $13 $111

..... $12
I Mrs. Bean Is the daughter of Mrs. Hattie Alvarez Lee. lifer! Shlrtwahts I.'U. Slack Axl Pitfern .L Refl.Reg. $15-IB

WATCH"LIVING Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gentry Ion resident of Stark died 1 BIousea $24 to $27.9r_ $19

S:,. ot Starke. Monday. Dec. 26 after aj i
short Illness. She was the
Bradford County Hospital of the late L, E. Lee
.
widow
announces the following and a member of the Baptist Parma Press Sportswear ladies Famous Maker Sportswear Famous Maker Sweaters Mens Traditional Sport Shirts

WORDS"January births: Church.
| Mr. and Mrs. William Edward Surviving Is one daughter

Lawson. Keystone A. Hale of Fort .. $1.n
Mrs. Grace BfoulML.
daughter Cynthia L. B. "ffcfhbySklrM Pugh. RM- $....
Heights a Lauderdale; two sons $S...
8 Skirt< __ Solicf.
Diane. Dec. 30. Alvarez of Starke: ----
fRedl
thruJanuary Mr. and MrsGary Keith ant:: S. I* Alvarez of Brandv- 51.h $.S." swain q3 oR v.HIci"'" t/3 Off .> PlcltftBtautt 3Q9SaTel

Stephens. Starke. a son. Bry- wine. Md.: a brother. A. J 2ecM ArtGofcx* Pahieyrl
Keith. Dec. 30. Jacksonville\ : MX 57.
an of .
13 Lowery l.... 7 w *
Thomas Jefferson five
Mr. and Mrs. grandchildren and
Forsyth. Ralford. a
greatgrandchildren.
at son. Thomas Patrick. Jan. 1. Funeral services will be Sleeve Dress Shirts
Brand ladles Famous Maker Felt Hats Long
\ Sportswear
ArtemLn In Ladles Hoso Famous
6:55: AM Sundays Mr. and Mrs. held at 2 p. m. Friday FAMOUS BRANDSDISCONTINUED
Brown. Starke. a son Jan. 3. Jones Memorial Chapel with
unit otrlt'lallnlt.1 STYLES
I Rev. R. H. Butler
6:23: AM Weekdayswith Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Norman will follow In the reel Weal ColO't
Interment
S..Iw Nlsb .It. Md !Onle
MO NunQ
Starke, announce the I family plot In Dyal Cemetery sun Button Dews Cog.t 350;[
.
birth of a daughter. Sherrl under. direction of DeWitt C. Sba SHI J l ", >*.- 1/3 r DIE[ Sn>p T
Ann. on Iec.! 30 In st. Vine Jones Funeral Home Blanca ",. ftytaCmvbM Collar ca
Uev. W A. llngim1st Gfen Speed
cent's Hospital. Active pallbearers! were It I 3ff 99c Sb tte
Baptist!' Church E. Jones Belly lodge( James I Swn- tro $300 3 .01 1050
1It.ItSE: TO SPEAK!: '
Starke Floridaon AT J\YCEK: MEETING; Phillip. Oforae Flvnn. 51'.1
Coach David Irving Young, and Eugene I II
Head Tornado Jackets
Hurse will speak at the I Barnes. i Famous Maker Sfeeowear Special! Ladies Panties Suits and Sport Coat Boys Famous Maker

POWERFULCHANNEL regular meeting of the I
Starke Jaycees Monday : Masons Meet

12 night! Jan. 9. at 8 o'clock In Tonight 7:30:
,
the Adams building Jaycee S I t 100* AM! K TrUo Shoe Seem i nest f.tsAM'I
Sires M.
WFGATVJACKSONVILLE that President Hurse Randy will Johns show films said ft,Bradford A. M. will Lodac confer No.the 35 En-F 100% Nybit 13 off Eatitfe waistband and''lag Grr-190(j; Short*. ''19..1 tangs 20% off! : Styles 1 / off

AulStyU*
: and discuss highlights of the tered Apprentice Degree In a Styled by fwnooi m.".. Run Proof

.> 1966 football season.MANICURIST meeting tonight [Thursday 1

at7:30p.m: J

I Lodge Next: will Monday.Install Its Jan..1967 9. the officers Famous Maker Sportswear Girls Fall Dresses Suits and Sport Coats Long Sleeve Sport Shirts

In t'eremonleso"ln\ .... $*$*

nlnpr at 7:30: p. m. A fish .
AT dinner will be served starting Sends

at 6:30: p. m. 333rt
PLAZA BARBER SHOP All master masons. their ,....- Shrtw TftArllmM IIoyt 120Colof Plaids

families and friends are In-I i "/ t/3 oIT/ Awe / Off Stripes''

AIONDAVS AND TUESDAYS vited to the Installation serv .i Pasts 3 Off Plaids, Prints, %>t n"-! | .An' Styl. ,Faulty $ 5

STARTING JAN. 9 ices. .> :SUM 7-14

JEHOVAH'SITNKSSKS': :\ : :!
APPOINTMENT. : NOT NECESSARY ATTEND CONVENTION
Ties-Ties-Ties Boys Famous Maker Sweaters
Coats
All Weather Coats Jackets and Car
of,
The local conpjregallon!: I

... Jehovah's Witnesses In 'I'
Starke will attend a three-
day Bible Convention at the I CardiganVNack

I STALLING CORNER Jacksonville Civic .1 Zip Out User. Many Sty'4* ''/3 Solid. 3 $1 Pullover /3
rium this weekend. AUdita-I Art Color 2 0 D'o tiff Broken Soul, Off Strip. roit A..'t /Color DIE
will open at 6:45: p.
model I .w.p Sues> 3-13
day and will Include a
t OASIS LOUNGE Ministry School for the local'
congregations. follower! by n

1 Your CLOSEST Spot For film on family problems and Save! Children's Shoes

.t LIQUOR WINES BEE how to meetings deal l 'WIth will them.be Regular re- Famous Maker Sweaters' Mens Famous Maker Dress Shoes ladies Famous Maker Shoes


I Open !9 t A.M.: 121..1.Friday .mimed Tuesday night for the
J I
local congregation.: \ I
and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 A.M.:

"' 1 f; SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST :3 FIFTHS ZONING TO MEET COM:JAN.IlTTEE 12 : i .> drff 3C ? D(]% ore OeteoiA Broken Size/5ryi* $1 9.95 .. Art ShmDlKomlnued Style Ii.12 price An'OiKontlnued' Sizes Sryl.' Il.12 price

Brad- .' Girls r-\4\ ..
The newly organized
i OR QUARTS .Reg. 22.95 to 25.95
I ford CountZoning Committee -
.
8 Mi. South of Starke on U. S. will meet Thur' y.
20'I Jan. 1 12, at '7:30: p. si.: :.- e |i

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TIft7i81)AY, JAN. g. 19tI
DRAnPnt n cotrfrrr T t17ffAFI1. gTAiuoB,, DTdltIDA -
mm
fhr, ,"'1'' III i i" tad tar,
each new year as a challengeto But1, t''n, ,I'l 1 >rids. UKi
..... )&) be of service to our ,n ,ii .Iyt'| ,'I' i ao,1, f ""bllHi -
I IA Glance Back May Prove Worthwhile] )1a.J1'I/ I friends May we all by wor '''n n, num.ul i III"' u r mloe.Krma" the Bnauty4li tlctlHOIIM -

I make 1967 a ,
I ins together ,'I'|,. ii.,id. r win I!" h I am'no
.. 1I1I"11I".N..t 4428.
'in
all. Every- If"H'oI
good year for us stni'Ui- 1'1",/,,. sunk.Via..
It's fun to pause and look, was secuiing right-of-way for notoriously moves slowly, but uary 3. The new county commission of Jacksonville visited Mrs' body has been good to us and th i i iIK'' Smith 4I2P.. tuarkt.
V.I later as 1967 appears started things off witha for that we are grateful. Flam. "...rk,-, I"'11N"I.' UwnH.
back once In a while and the the "proposed" widening of eight years J. M. Bradley Monday. lHted thiN 2-ttli day< of r>feemlitr -
reminder ma/ prove a little: S 301 north of Starke A on the horizon, a mas- bang by asking the school Carla Faulk spent last' A. D. 1188' lit Starke.

enlightening. J.ay?. .a.;, a glance "definite boost" was expected sive school building programIs board to vacate its quartersin week in Jacksonville with IUC.JI''J.:1t 'IC'rI"'lot S llrudfuiil Count. Florida 1229 4t 1-19
idea the construction of a under way. It will total the courthouse so the coun Jewell 1 userCthr
back seems to be :% rood from her mother, Mrs .. -
the dawns natural pipeline into over $1.5 million before It is ty judge's office could be expanded ,\ In holvl i hv, Kl\on Hmriinil ,
as new year new gas I
Faulk. I,. "i'"*ltftiHil, unfit theI In the TEL>>
-
dedicated its Ad -
Back In January. 19S7Starko Florida with Bradford County finished and every town in the Brooker Carlton Faulk spent the I 1"", ,SII."IH, j "t <:!,..ilit-r, .'0011 I II A Classified
was preparing for Its "a strategic point along the county will sport a new new post office. week in Gainesville with the'. ir } I 1.,1'1"1'1 i <1... \iti,I of, '111! GRAPH bring results
,,, wih I tli' i 1-rk "r
Decembercold !
New records for III 1 I t awl wV
school. +
first Centennial celebration to route according to a Telegraph W. R. Mathis family I
be held |_in May In 1957 a new editorial One thing hasn't changed were set In 1961 an an Mrs Maxie Carter E 8r ta---- .
bank radio station since 1958 County Judge 11 degree low was recorded on Durden
opened a In 1958 a $450.000 school visited Mrs. Gussie
went on the air, the telephone bond issue was voted to finance i- T. A. Yawn even then was rulIng Saturday, Dec. 30 by a Frost who Is a patient at Baptist I| NOW YOU
local with an iron Warning Service thermometeron
peeder '
tremendous Jacksonville

company began a $727,000 building pro- Memorial Hospital in
expansion program. a new gram for a. new auditorium at hand. A headline In the Jan the Bradford County Hospital last Saturday.Mr. ,

church was organized an ex- Bradford High School and 2, 1958 issue of The Telegraph grounds That was at and Mrs. Ray Miller 1''I CAN ENJOY .
f the reads: "Excuses Fall To Impress least two degrees colder than
panalon municipal power other renovation projects. The and son spent the weekendas 1' '
14 recorded here ... SANDERS -
the 13 and COL.
plant was completed I That issue was voted after a citi- Judge"Alec guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1 W

last Items sounds familiar, zens committee shocked the > of note in January, during the so-called "bl3freeze" R Moulton of Astor on their Newcomers. Prove They Can Grow RECIPE
1958 The Telegraph chantr of the 1890s.
doesn't ifl I I Sliver
public conscience; with an exhaustive way home they visited
Friday In 1963 the Bradford High
its date from
Aa 1958 rolled around most report on the delapl- publication Springs.
School band took part in the And Sell Quality Vegetables Kentucky
merchants repotted the best dated condition of many of to Thursday.In Mrs. Lucille Stroughton ,
in
: Christmas business they ever, the county's public school January, 1959 the Starke Orange Bowl celebration and Mr.. and Mrs. Jim :Mooreof
unit
experienced/with/ sales considerably buildings. Terms like "unsafe, City Council was studying Miami. The 82-member Jacksonville visited Monday ny George Hugging some

above 19S6. That theme run-down, and unsanitary" building! an overpass over U marched in the King Orange with Mrs. Stoughton sis County Agent I I always like to show agri- Fried

Is still with us as the boom were' Ilbeially sprinkled S. 301 at Bradford Hig1School. Parade on New Year's Eve. ters.! Mrs. C. R. Whitehead cultural products that attract
Is still, which was televised nationally.In Mrs. Kathy Hegg secretary
continues through the lepoit.To a. project that and Mrs. MaxIe Cater Sr. attention to our county and '
t I kicked around from time to Jan. 1963, George Roberta and in the Starke-Bradford;; Chicken
Top priority project for 1958 Government in Americani Mrs E. M Norton our people. Tills cabbage
time A. J. Thomas Jr. was was the only new face seen children visited Mrs. MC. County Chamber of Com- adds to the list of) other j

I named County Attorney to replace when the county commissionand Hartley and family of Jacksonville merce office did not grow things like collards. turnips Good"
Lickin'
Mack Futch. Membersof school board met for the this cabbage, but she is 'It's Finger
straw-
Saturday.
.. -.. last mustard rutabagas
first time. to help exhibit it.
County proud
r. : a newly organized Mr. and Mrs W. F. Cools: berries tobacco, pecans and PHONE AHEAD 961.1505
.. Zoning Board were to meet In 1964 Harold Norman And
Christmas holidays in Some say you can other crops we have exhibited
spent WILL HE READY
New Year's Day 1 by YOUR ORDER
with legislative delegation to celebrated .
of can't. Anyway.Mr.
Richmond. Va. as guests t some say you at various places and In
.
< discuss local bills to strength picking 48 12 pint flats of I their son Charles and family and Mrs. Curtis Whiteare various ways Don't mean to EAT IN OR TAKE OUT -
en the county's zoning authority early strawberries at his farm among those and are forget livestock either because -'

.... .\ west of Lawtey. Norman had Miss Judy Miller who Is a proving to those who doubt we can put some qual- 1601 N. Temple A\e. U. S. 301 NorthC.
p' v. That zoning problem, is still already picked 385 flats ina student of Massey Business that they can grow good vegetables ity livestock up against any R. BRASWELL, Owner-Manager

i 1l'l with us and editorials still appear season" that "hadn't even College in Jacksonville spot and also can sell in, the state. I was glad also

l S In The Telegraph urging started. Berry farmers were last week tit home with h -I produce with good quality. that Mrs. Hegg happened to

action on the issue. I 1 worried that unseasonably family. We have a number of good be in The Telegraph office I

In January 1960 the Starke 1, warm weather would cause Little Stephanie Oliver of farmers growing good leafy and was agreeable to exhib-
City Council discussed the their fruit to ripen too soon several This Is their '
vegetables
Jacksonville spent nov iting this cabbage.
city's Inability to extend its and miss the market. For the best deal
days last week with her winter sch du. for farming Well seems like I've start-
'r'.>, sewer lines fast enough to. keep I' That January also saw declared I grandparent the F. O. Con- The reason .I JOint up Mr. ed the kind braggingcall -' .

up with, normal growth of the dead Starke's proposed ners. Mrs. Frances HP Ting- and Mrs. Whit Is that they It that year if you like. As I I in a new ti. V community A discussion was ordinance to restrict construction n ,
; I ton of Jacksonville als visited -. moved Into ou county only said. I want other people to'
; touched off when Mayor W of new gasoline stations I
V VS the Conner last w ek. 12 to 14 11I.011.S !jo. They know about our county and or OK used car
T Jackson declared thetime The proposal was vigorously '
L. Smiths ant Mrs. are from -orthei/i state
I The R. people. We know we are
about our
had come to levy a monthly opposed by Just Hartley and hree where weather soil Insects
Harley not the biggest! but we are
f sewer fee or tax. with proceeds everybody that owned prop children visited Mrs. 1 VBoKgon and ev. n i>eo! a are different sure among the best. To be See L

4 earmarked- for sewer exten- erty. 1965 work was of Palatka Sun .y. They d< things they that way, all you have to do :
In January 1
sion. |I Dock Walnwriirht of :em- know a-e riece ary for pro- Is be ordinary people and be M
Staike's new
Councilman iluby Johns starting on plant phis, Tenn. vlsid: th Edward duction ot; anj crop and food neighbors. If you are a'' Ermie JonesAt

said she had discovered Starke sewerage treatment Walnwrlghls durl ; the they ando g all right. good neighbor, you'll have, ',,
B' Sure Start This Year With the AlachuaBradford -
In plans for
was about the only town Junior college: I holidays.Mr They ars good neighbors to good neighbors.

I the state that did not have County pushed, and and Mrs. ',0E.. lIver the pea)))5 In he Hellbronn With Mr. and Mrs. White I "'"
some kind of tax or fee for were being anday '
spent Springs ilty.
of Jacksonville oommi
I George Roberts was sworn 1 in was my first 1967 farm visit. I Baldwin Chevrolet 1

A F ink Savings Account Because sewer'i. Haren service.Jr. said Councilman entirely the city'too T.C. ', Commission as Chairman as of Dave the Shuford County Mrs and) Monday F. O Conrur with. M and by Now.error.bla befre cal ,cage it was stopped cut cabbage Bringing got home me klnda a mess start-of 301 North _

water rates were of
Graham Cn\ IS
Mrs.
took growing even though we this .
Zedra Hamilton first ed off right new year.Don't
losing ltd
low. and the city was Starke and Mr r rod M .. Gerald that 1 cab-
Th e's like of stage know a pound visiteda
nothing a growing reserve "ready office. That set the believe I've ever
Its water sewer
big on
money vlsltM'!
for the Roberts Johns Crawford and son bage Is I collection services -
and garbage
ilowers
ti ., that is always readily available yet safe and Mr. and Mrs. Glen
which had to be made Shuford coalition over Hamilton and children in Mlair Thursday ilies. It just, :: lows that our that I did not enjoy. It has Our Lot at All Times.

rning interest in a "FULL SERVICE" bank up from light plant revenue. and Mrs. Jessie Chastaln and Friday Bradford Cou ty will produce been that way now for 14 I

I [Sound, familiar] whch ended ths week when If you help It along years and we look forward tol|

ivingg account! You keep it growing with deposits The county was also In an Buck Norman replaced K. W. Willia ns -

uproar In 1960 over Lawtey's Roberts.
", ; we'll keep it growing with interest, as earn : now famous "red-lining" by In January 1968 authorization Services HeldWednesday

I Association sale of ,the courthouse
the American Automobile for
ed. Start saving here today! : lsLA tTifJC r
Item +
It was feared that bond Issue was a big 4

HOME OWNED-.HOME OPERATED Lawtey's being accused of operating $500000, was being asked by W. Williams.
Kenneth
speed trap would the county commission to re- %
a
78.\\ '' '*
PLARE i PL 4YTBK
motorists to re-route the hydrocarbons road of Starke. died Monday e y ( '*ant

: The Community State Bank cause tion.around US. 301 In this sec pave widening and buy SR-16.right-of-way Timber firms for, of an Live extended Oak. Illness he had A lived three In I I y'I'LAY>' I i/4/67 SI.VelJ'I'

In 1961 Bradford County's were complying with a court Starke for the past ,
to
from a r
OF STARKE own Doyle Conner realized his request for an admission of years, coming here
.. Jacksonville He was a retired
life-long ambition to be :Flori facts In the continuing dispute
MEMBER I ] F. D. I. C. taxes carpenter and a member I 4sr !
w. da's Commissioner of Agriculture over property I **
as he was sworn In Jan- Bradford High's All-State end of the Baptist Church. > ETCH pRA 1 YO 25 /*
I Eddie Douglas signed: a four- Surviving are his widow 1

to play Bertie Lee Williams of 1l l .r4
.. year grant-ln-ald e'JE : y
I
football for Oeorgla Tech and Starke: one daughter. Mrs-:

WHEN YOU THINK OF SAVING I the won BUS their Tornadoes first Class had A State just Louise four brothers Horton Ira Orange of Park Jacksonville

e e Fred of Savannah,
1 Championship. Hampton residents :
reassured by the }a.: C. 0. of Sanford: and &Ar .K.4l
were

THINK OF FIRST FEDERALIST School not forgotten Board in that the they building were J three r D. Williams sisters. of Mrs.Live Loycell Oak

Johnson of Kissimmee: Mrs.
of new schoolsKINGSLEY. s
Blanche Johnson, Jacksonville
Save $1.00"Living"
and Miss Margaret
: .
a w *Stretch Bra
LAKEMrs. Williams, Crescent City.
I Funeral services were held I f t n$t va' s only$3.95, reg. 495.
stretch
r E. M. Norton at 1 p. m. Wednesday Jan. C Adjustable
4, in Jones Memorial Chapel e r straps; sheer back and

i I Phone 533-2081 with Rev. C. A Crosby off sides. 32A-40C ("D"

.... ciating. Interment was in 1't1r il a .its sizes $1.00 more) Also

CHURCH: SCHEDULES Evergreen: Cemetery.. Jacksonville cy -Save 66< on
I Kingsley Lake Baptist, at 4 p. m. with De- c Ny "Living" Bra with bias

Anticipated Earnings On Regular Passbook Sunday School 9:45: a. m Witt C. Jones Funeral Homein ;, r, ay cut elastic side

Mot'ring Worship 11:00: a charge of arrangements.Active a ya," panels,only$3.29,

m. Training Union 6:15: p. m pallbearers were Z q l ,u a 7 rag $3.95 32A-42C

Savings Is Now Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m Oscar; crosby Lester Crosby e ('D"sizes$1.00 more)

Midweek prayer service, Lloyd Padgett. Kenneth Elix-

\Ved. 7:30: p. m. Choir prac son, Don Newmans and Save$1.09

tice. 8:30: p. m. "Come, let us Frank Norman. .4 "Living"Long LIne Stretch

worship together." Rev. 'I Bra only$&.95. reg. $57.95. r,

% Jim: Rlgdon, pastor. Woman Injured 9 +r' Adjustable stretch
4.5 Baptist, Sunday .Ia
Beulah straps;: sheer back
In Lawtey WreckA : )
School. 10:00: a. m. Morning i and sides.With or without '

wE Worship, 11OO: a. m. Training collision caused by an V } f 2-inch waistband.Also'It Length

Per Annum Quarterly Union' 6:30: p. m. Evening in the Long Line only $6.95, reg.
automobile sitting
'Worship 7:30: p. m. Midweek I _________ "
32A-44C. Sizes
$7.95 (I"D"
without IMe .
middle of U. S. 301 ; ;
Wed. 7:30: pm. ,1

.:: Anticipated Earnings On Certificate Savings Prayer. Everyone Service Welcome. Rev. night lights near sent Lawtey Mrs Saturday Wanna I 1 r ry"i n =y $1.00 more)

R. T. Taggart. pastor. I Ih06pltal.
... Crawford Stewart 22 to the
PERSONALS

Is Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Conner .
; attended' the graduation of Arrested on a driving while
Intoxicated charge was a
Vemon last Thursday '
their
son
M in Parrts Island. 8. C. Lawtey man, Gary. Hampton Save$1.00"Living"a
Vernon returned home with 42 Negro His 1955 Ford station long Lire Bra

% his parents for a ten day wagon was stopped inthe Save$1.00 s.. .. only $5.95, reg. S6.9S.:
A 5.25 to outside lane of V. S 301( Bias-cut side
vacation then he will go Playtex made with tycta Girdles
headed south with no light ., panels. Also 9/4
w Camp LeJeune N. C. for further only$5.95reg.$6.95. Hold-In power
training. showing. that won't wash out-machin ',; Length Long line
--: Per Annum Mr. and Mrs. Edward A 1955 Chevrolet pick-up washable Cirdl only$5.95 reg. only $5.95,
.. truck also headed couth $6.9332A44C
of reg.
Crawford and daughter 56 95; Panty only$6.95 reg.
Six Month Maturities Minimum Investment, and : slammed Into the rear ofHampton's "D"sizes
$5,000.00 ( Multiples Gainesville visited the J. B. $7.95; Long Leg Panty (shovvnt \. (

-:.: of $1,000 Above). Craw fords during the holi when driver stopped Donnie vehicle Hugh only>>.95, rcg$9.95 $1.00 more)

.ra _- lye.Dana and Todd Elder ofLake Crawford, 23. of Lawtey faUed -

w OPEN EACH WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON with Butler their spent grandmother the weekend until to he see was the almost stopped upon auto it. '1


S. J I Mrs Sadie Elder. Crawford, according swerved to to FHP theft All Bras and Clrdles-Whit* All ClrdJe sizes-XS.S.H' ., L (XL jiz s-$i.oo more) '
dinner
Until 3:00 P.M. :Monday evening
:
..r ruest of the Edward Wain- Trooper W. E. Sundberg's report -

r 'rights was Frank Stiles of but was\ too close to
.. Jacksonville avoid the collision. Mrs

t Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Elder Stewart was a passenger in
and Loan ,1ltltt4yo/i' the New Crawford's truck. She was
Savings tiade a trip during STump's
A Year weekend. They visited! taken to the Bradford County DEPARTMENT STORE
Hospital Saturday night
M.rand Mrs. Gene StroiH
Association of Starke
and children and: Mr. andMrs. and released Sunday.

j 218 N. Temple Ave. Larry Elder all of
ZTS. 7J r Oreenville, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. THE RIGHT POINT for thethe 139 E. Call Street Starke, Florida

Phone 961-0501) '9 fib" O. W Stroud of Aadahisa. way you write. Come Inand

.erytf tpavOM: y Ala. and the W. w Chaun-: TERBKOOX select your fountain favorite. ES. TIwry MhN"..xnb.nl 1tf.-.,.. ,..t... t_.,".,4.. ,.....p..4 bn.l .."....."._..wo _... PnkA. INM', MyM' AS SEEN ON TV
I cy family of Albany, Ga. pen. .
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TIU'RSDAY.. JAN 8, tt)07) '
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In Close ContestTornadoes rice UK.in POINT for the
I I.
l .t" I 'I. ,
I "v',1 size" III rentsit "u
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R ".1, .
,, Tin-' ffleiraoh. mn. \iiii wrll Come In and
,n,,I I' 'II.I. hi. '
t ,tho .,,10 Ill.. _I.. ". ,,,' ..., ..elect your favorite. ICSTKKItKOOK ; -
I Win Fifth 56-51 Over Palatka tiR ",?' ",",,,, ,,, .,u"n,, t v Lm" .111,1, ,
tats I I.!, ,.1111.1" ,n, .11,1,, 1.1110'' ,Ins', ,", fountain pen TELE-
,! I .1tI, ,,, ,..N .u"" ..1 I.ft'nfl. ,'r" iii- I A Cl.uUic'd Ad In the TELE- TEE.EGR/1Ptl.
I". 10..1. \In ,a tlNra 'Iit 1'"ItlI'"'' 1\\"II
n 111. IIi... pl 1 ""ln""H" I h.,.till .1... .. i I t..Jt\1'1I brings rmultii.!!
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Bradford's tall live tool! trouble getting the ball downcourt ., .rlhrd IlIId ..n "rldlll" tCV'.
RECREATIONNEWS I ,1..,, 'ho' r..H"wIA"", dee..,r'lh..aI -
firth 56-51 In a in previous games ad a .
their game I 10 I.II h"ld. "ppUIlIlI''' wllh.1t
equeaker over Palatka Tues lost the ball several time. TORNADOS i n.I", and .hllll ae deemed, III, be.

day nljht In the local gym Tuesday night.Adklnson .IN,, I lII roS and 11&1'uf the
Paced Wayne McLeod'' compared the ,' r 'llty' :
by WOMEN'S' BI\SKIoT8.\I.-1: Wllni'BB' mY nuuil .unit the"ill STARKE NURSING HOME
McLeod'' Braves with Dunedin a team : .
24 points and Paul & ..r Milil woes al SlaiUi
12 the Tornadoes led 23-2 that beat the Tornadoes bad- T An organizational meeting ,VUirlilu, thin day full! day >>.
Classic was hell Tuesday night and !I"" .ml>ur. A. It. 1DU6.HIOAI. 80S S. COLLEY ROAD
at the half and 36-31 goIng ly in the Highland I ( .)
Into the final whe Tournament last week another meeting and practice
period :
they maintained their lea The coach pointed out tha L will be held Monday at 7 p. sat. Clei i'hurli': '-It .of A IIt.Darby. (lrvu 11 CourtHy Phone( 969-1271& Starke, Fla.

6 m. at the BHS gym. All L B'II'nh1.' ; Miioily,'
ai' each team bucketed 20 the Tornadoes attempted >
points. Paul RTcLeoa:! and BobWhite field goals against tough E women 17 years old and I''Bell Named \ 'Irhuty' ('I.rk 1. \V'e limve complete miming. service for adnlta of
1 .
,
12 :'Jl! !M 1 1r.
each had 12 rebound Dunedin defending Class A S over who plan to participateare i I all ages.

and Wayne McLeod and Larry State Champs. but botheredby urged to attend. Teams I Farm ForesterTommy I

Brown grabbed five each Palatka's press got off I I r' are still being formed and I i \ 21 hour
;** Bradford Grid 2. We have RN, g uiul L.I'.N": on duty
only 49 shots. <, I we are looking forward to a H Bell luia recently -
BHS dominated the
as I .
u ilny.i.
boards. Score by quarters, : By Jim Temple<<: > ;*, : : I Im' successful season. \ been assigned by the Florida '

The Braves fighting all. BHS 15 8 13 20-58 I --. the way tied it at 39-all at one PHS 7 13 11 20-51:) organizational meetingwas as Farm Forester In Bradford \Ve have our own X-ray. unit lirhoratory. (Mr.'

point In the fourth quarter Bradford ,' By Jim Temple held Wednesday night at. WarrenBradford I am Clay Counties In Save Jump !Moncrlof IK our full time licensed, technician

on a bucket by the Brave: FO FT PTS the Reel'eatlolCenter this capacity he offers as a )

John Herd who had;! 21 point Reddish 1 3 5 I The Torna.io;! cagers are 5- League games will be playedon 1 County fane got I public service land manage ."ptoI

White 2 5 9 2 for the season at the present Wednesday evenings/ In ment assistance to landowners -
for the night. But the Tornadoes more them their money's worthin 4. "'0 are licensed for 150 beds. by the State Board
regained the lend on McLeod P. 3 6 12 Their only losses are the local high school gym. extra. thrills at Saturday's In the two counties and

two free throws by Bob Whit Brown 2 0 0& those suffered In the High- beginning Wednesday, Jan. Gator Bowl game when Starkc- helps' them to get the maxi- of health. License No. 2. .

and hung on as' the Brave Mplod W. 9 6 24 land Classic Tournament to 11 'born, Dewey Warren, Tcnnes- mum dollar from their farm '

fouled In an attempt to gl'ab Crosby 1 0 2 Dunedin Class "A" State SENIOR BOYSB.SKIoTRALL jico'a/: aerlal-mli-dcit quarterback woodlands. He works with, fi. We nine u modern, flrrproof, building with central -

the ball. totals 18 20 56 Champs) and Northeast 1AA1 : completed 17 of 29 parses. landowners to set up timber, .air-conditioner and lieiit..

In the final four minute Fulatka of St. Petersburg.! An organizational: meetingwill for 2H yards loading hiM teamto management plans assists In I

of Jenkins 3 1 TMu.o be held at the Recrea- 18-12 victory over Syra- mirketlng forest products,
the Tornadoes hit on 13 An [
I the Bradford County
6. We are within two l blacks of
Thursday.
1 0 2 for tion Center on end gives advice on pl'Otee-1
18 free shots. Bob White hon ; er One of the big reasons cime.

4 of 5, Wayne McLeo:! Herd 8 5 21 their success so far has been .Tun 5. at 7 p. m. All boys Warren Is. a six-foot 204- tive timberland from fire Ilonpltiri.

hit 4 of 6. Paul McLeod hit nixon 4 1 9 the shooting of Wayne Mc- ages 16. 17. and 18 are urgedto pound Tennessee Unlvorwlt.v) insects animals and disease .

2 of 2 as did Greg Reddlsr H YKlnbotham 306 Leod. Wayne Is averagingwell attend. League games! will junior who answers to lip The Farm Foresters office is I 7. Wn hue a linn staff of Doctors nervingthe

For the game the BHS rive Al Kinder 226 over 20 points per con- be played on Thursday\ even- nickname of "Swamp Rat" maintained in StarkeAi Hoiiin. .'

'hit 67 per cent of their charity tale 21 9 51 test. He has a soft touch on inns stnrtlna Jan. 12. and hopes to play pro football. T"nrm Forester, Bell hay I through the State Farm

shots and 14 per cent ot,: the ball and good maneuvers JtTVIOR KOVSBASKrTBU.L Although he lef tstarke at an replaced Robert Read who "CAR FINANCE PLAN" 8. W'> are V.A. approved.t .

the 41!> shots they took: 'ror C Travel under or around the goal. Bv : early age (third grade" ( In'houll has been transferred' tw' }'loI'-
alters Meeting to be held:! it the, i Here's how save
the field. the !end of the year Wayne his friends| t and relatives '''a Fri-pst" Service headquarters you may

Ever will the win over should be one of the stand- Recreation Center. Thursday. here Are legion. He Is the In Tallahassee. I when you buy your next t). Wo are approved, } hy the State Welfare Agency ,

Palatka Co sh Warney Ad T its/ Week out performers in the area Jan 5. at 4:30: p m. .11 bcy( Bon of Mr. and :Mrs. Dewey car through the State Farm
Bell I Is "
a inm rrndiinte of
Plan. You
w P P fines 13 14. anJ 15 should Warren of Savanruih.. Maternal. I "Car Finance
klnsor. was' ot satisfied. Jh[ lIch Warney Adklnson pUpnrl League nam, will be- KnindpiiUMits IIl'eII": and Mrs.Jake Oeorirla School( of Forestry save on financing with the 10. \\'e will lie certiilwl. under Medicitro.,
I
conclusions> after studvln \vl take his caws on the Big R-d la! hnvinst! difficulty 'In, Fntundw. Jan. at thenew Supp of Starke. and< pa Ire reported| her from Punn low-cost' auto loan I'll" help /

the came a uistlcs overngh ron fn- thrpp lames daring rlpit( now sots\ under:! fullcourt rv"Ma,, wh-' rp hr was nur- you arrange through a cooperating .
were: tin coming week. prcssuie. Cjnrh\ Adkln- ryrnan! at the Florida For- bank. And you'llRet
look << cui.s PinT \11 ('11', and Mrs l\ewn. Wane.i.alao economical State Farm Slit's l that an iwlolt nuiy. nerd, hut south enoughtu
"Th firs'' quarter we : jay thp Tornadoes will son spoke; of this as one of pit Service's' Jl T'en Nursery
of Sturko.
lid pretty t< ')::1. but after the' tra el to Live Oak to meet his big problems at the High- \SKETBIXMeeting held Thurs-; ire has also: had experience Mutual automobile Insur protlile u family nlinoMih| <>ro. .

KC didn't! i ay together alo! ini, her !good c1u''. The Bull- land Tourney. Getting the to # He After playing J.lffh school with a lame Innl und paper ance. For cornsun tar
rtov. .Tun. 9 t 4 n 1'.t details call
teem as I w' should The!' I dot i were 4-2 last week having hell down the floor can be a tecreatlon Center. football In Savannah Warren company in Oeorirla. i plete 12. :\11'. .1. .Moncrlff. |is. In charge of complete laboratory '

press! bothr'-ed us lost to Lake City twice real problem when the other This Starke lee 40 will be togirls found a home In slot the TannesIcoo In,, 10B.r Bell his wife iTne., end ma today nod x-ruy, ,."''11I11..". Ijilioratory. No. 531.:
quarterback
rntil: vi do plav touet IP I iturday. Jan. 7. they will team uses a full court press their three children. Tom IMVIANitSTATE
ages 1' through 18. League when ho wus sent In to nub
to FARM
we\ ran > 'M'I anvbody no nn to TnlJahHssee! to taken : The press bulged the Tornadoes if.., 4. Tt\j 3, and \\c I With Title fi Civil L
Rights
I U8ine will be played at the He led his team to a 7-1-2 : Tyler Mutual Au'.hll..ur.nc.' Cam fnf Comply I wCAM.
gt'( 'e U'l' rouhie"Tv' I \ Florida HIgh pt 5 p.m. and against Palatka this I r.wc .,,,'''. First mime will be mark that and came backIn 'IdauRhterl.. 1 are residing at Norn oiiiu:Blagmlniton, Illlaal
T i nti'loPM$ 1 \n lin<1 th n attend the Florida State- week and cost Big Red 10 or I year Kinnsley Lake. I
,,. plr crl .... rrs .r.ra imi basketball game that 12 points as they threw the I !.. WHITK OK COME HYAM
v
T .'11"1' nnrs IHTUU I
the Tennessee chapter on
n1.'''it The players! will be ball away repeatedly- I 1 MERRITT HWILLIAMS ) VISIT WITH US.
FLfjRiDAT'JEAT >IVKFTRILLMeeting' : win fa re. I.IlK lI.,11.11N. In l! I kBl,,,> II
.I"s-s I of the Florld.Hi hJ h'Ia" ,'Idn I ,, ,
VVur- 2"2.
to be held Fridnv. During the 10HO season 11 1 Inlr' Itm'
Before the ) ur Is out .lunul''' t 2 2,01,, "?: I II, un "t.h t.. .Mvten! II. Thomas! Owner-Administrator
I' J C ayers Jan 6 at 4 p m. at the ron. hulled, 229 pu&.-ell 'and l coil ", 01.I '" .1.. , I
I Next TuesH.iy the Torna-' however! it will be very d' Stnrke Recreation Center.. nected on 136 :SO per l'.nt.. fat. "III I nl',"? .1 'j.;; "p,"",-. nI"I, "I 117 N. Wahut St. :Mrs. Gertrude Kuuffman- Assl. Administrator

E OCR will no to 1-akf City for ferent. In the midst of flr 10 1,716 and 18 tnlllen,, Ha rl... ." I .01, "...."..,.,,1..1 .',. 11,
bovs yards
League is for ages ,. ,
uipliiln' i iI'll (Phone 961 ;391
MMMM .MMB MI HMrtnMaMH KWH )" I: their first encounter of th I' difficulty I noticed grea effort 11. and 12. League play will wan led only by Florlilu'a Steve,, nu, ,,. "r Let Us Care for Your Loved Ones
archrivalTigers. and good moves. ':om- 1,"r II"", I I In ,
I
Shvtlme Weekdays 7 I !season with the he In the Bits vm starting Spurrier among/ S uthuiiHleiiConference > .. ,..,, ,. .
\ blno this with mole ga ie experience Jan. It, field generals. wh, '"" '"I I II wt' Inl.
aahn day.
-Sir lav 300.: Saturday 1 anj then t err op SMML; FRY \SKfiTB\l.t favor air over lunnl.Kightuvn I

B-Scmad Loses I ponent's full court i rees will being made to / of the I'M: puascH' :,
Fri..Sat. Jan. 't 5, 7 Plans are\
be an advantage fr Big Red. \ Warren completed cluriiif I I1,
Double Feature Program have a !ensue fo boys ages!
.
: 32-39 To Braves in
11MHI
/ were good
ctnipalgn /
iclWles
can
7. 8. and 9. If INC.
W, win-: I predict t> Tornadoes be made e allable. An- I| UiiiclxlowiiM; one more I linn i BALDWIN CHEVROLET
:;
n I Bra Col'd's Baby Tornadoeslost will capture buh their roadlIam"s nounremeits v 11 be made asnf ,Spurrier but Warren's! total
39-32 to Palatka's Jun- yardage, WOK below Spurriei, .
this weekend. One arw'n as nn..I' .e.TFFN ,
fIYL1.GPJY: ior varsity cagels Tucvd.iy I Warren was voted. l the mo.t
\ against Uve Oak Friday and veur'sBluebonnpt ,
night. valuable player' In lust >
,
I five plirw are being:
Tents :1 '
and : David McKnight led the the other r. Florida High In I 0/111.l and receivedthe
I' moan "or teen i..n"e forrrortis. \
( with 12 points same award for his performance I
f Tornadoes: Tjllaliassr : Saturday. They I ( R gad, 10 to behold r
TOJfPHRAMOUN/ while Mike Bright had against! Sylut, use
also the load next fepOTUfi
: 81 ore m e/t-f t. jnn. 14 OT Jan !
points and 10 rebounds Saturday.' i
Tuesday for a game with s1. Annrn' ieemnnts will be i
,
..9! Th eBaby Tornadoes' record I ar' h-rvcll! Lake City. I II made as It on an possible.
tan:'!s at 1-3 THE
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NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Betty is te daughter of MI'.. are, liuruby' limlflid, \ I (Ill\, I
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111 ft. Emna C Jm and the late "Ii. Hllll hue l wren and, \ HKLHI
.\ i nn anil I'UHMti" Inn I .l t i ur"
o CITIZENS BRADFORD: COUNTY I II Rev C, i Crum of Starke. l">"io-thy l ukiH, hlM wit.,. I.I h,
d 1 I "'' FOR 1967
U OIO: AUXILIARY I Hit. alm\c i>nlltU' l none .
1 lliul )'nu an', lii-n' in I n" 'qu1' "
d-t Legion( Auxiliary
Amer an
with 'IIt
TkrJgi; I RECREATION NEWS teenagers enjoyed a Record Monday. Jan. td flh' year IIIIHWI' ,'"I I, ud., ,
I II 3'4 ell 1 meet (CliTK "I 1 'Illl" ? !
1 : 1 6EU86 ; I During the holidays, the' Hop and all the goodies that 9, at 7 p. m. All members are H.i.,\.i, II, i.in""Inv| pl.dlllrr'I\lit.I,i iif "'ilpiiiinitrr ".u"ii\\'wO"', "111,. You Buy With Safety When You Buy From Baldwin. Terms To.

1'A slpmv Reno Recreation basketball make up a celebration for \asked w attend as business I"/,, VlllMHi 11,11.' illll.. ,illll'N, >

PICTUHI' 1 1 learn extended their winning! the team and Christmas. All of vita Importance will bebclls"ed. I In In llln i'I Mm,Inns I.<'1111" AtUntli KHKmlill'.. i "miI I.HIIIK <' Fit Your Pocketbook -- A Financial Plan Just For You At Low
streak to five straight by are grateful: to Mr. Jacksonfor CorteneMcNel ,

., IMA'SThey ,.- downing Center Sunnyland 55-30 and Training Daytona I his next thoughtfulness.The basketball. same IIOLI' ').AY president.VISITORS Lull, li'lvlll" 111" I I. 1 1.'"a1, '
.
Recreation 56-49. I will be Thursday night. Jan. | Mrs. Spohla Royal had
Take Your Pick Of These Bargains And Let's Talk It Over.
Recreationand
Reno
let him A Christina party was S between '' most >f her children as visitors -
I Recreation'teams.
held In honor of the team. Lawtey during: the holiday season -

out of J 1.1e, celebrating their success. The I A double-header will Including Rev. and Mrs.C. BUSINESSDIRECTORY

II be played Saturday night. H Royal of Philadelphia.
the 11\\ I 1965 FORD 1963 CHEVY IMPALA
-to kill flit Jan. 7, Reno will play Daytona : Pa., W. F. Royal. Mr. and I

Recreation and the Mrs. Horace Royal and two

30:1.: : Bradford Hawks will play I daughters of Washington. D.. Power steering, radio and heater, V-$, Forl6C'I.!lomalic. ., standard shift, radio and heater, white

1 Daytona Semi-Pros. Game C. and Mrs. Maud Rough I clean like new. Idewall tires. Heal economical.

time 7:30. and grandson.! Mr. and Mrs. AUTO REPAIRS

DRIVE-IN Mr Jackson Is asking all James Ravford all of De-

basketball fans to come out land. Friends of Mr. and !.- 1967 SPECIAL !,.- 1967 SPECIAL

IIA.C.LYLEsa"7ECHNJCDI.Cn.u''" II i OPEN 7:00 an-l support your team. Mrs. H. Roval visiting were Earl's GarageALL
Recreation activities are and Mrs. Charles' Myer
: Mr. KINDS: !' OF
''.'':''' SHOW TIME 7:15
i\ being held at the Center and two daughters of Wash- AUTO' REPAIR WORKAU

ADMISSIONAdults Monday through Friday 4:30: ington.: D. C Work Guaranteed 1964 CHEVYVAGON\ 1966 CHEVY BISCAYNE
'30 and Frl'ay: andSaturday
.1 75c; Students 60c to 6 p. m CIILIttll: NEWS phone 969-3904! :
Sun., !Mon.. Tues.! nights from 8 to The sensational blind gospel So. Walnut. SUrki

Jan. 8, 9, 10() Children Under 12 Free 10A singer Prof. H. G, :Bogus Full power and air. One owner One owner, G-cyl., standard shift. New tires.

Record Hop will be held will bo appearing at the
: Friday. Saturday. Sunday
at th.entei< .after. the basketball Church of God In Christ on AUTO SERVICE 1967 SPECIAL SPECIAL

You caught "Pussycat''.'.. : Jan-6,7 ) game Saturday nightMKKS Saturday. Feb. 18. at 8 p. m. !. a.1967
I Double Feature Program Gilbert S. Brown
,:
Now chase the Fox! EfJ MHO Admission Is free and the ,
I WHO'S(
public U; Invited to attend. !Standard 011 Service Slatloi

There -f S The Sunshine Band will ATLAS BATTERIES 1964 CHEVY BELAIR

never t NV. have D. m.Its Wednesday vular meeting Jan. 11.ate Budget TIRES Terms& -Road Servlci 1964 FORD %-TONKadio

was a All members are asked to be Phone 964-7071 2-Ioor. like brand new. V-H, standard shift, ,;
407 N. Temple StarkeHURST'S and heater, V-H, Fordomatic, clean.
picturelike. present. radio and healer. :


v ... c Church.Greater R-v.Allen L. Chapel A. Sampson AME 1967 SPECIAL :[.- 1967 SPECIAL :

+ pastor: Sunday School 10 a. S1 II E 1.L !1IIIIIr

p171.IISEtIEi74SJ m, with Mrs. Fannie Bell Service Station

DeLestre! In charge Morning i LubricationGoodyear
I Gas Oils -
\ Service. 11 a. m. with Junior Tires & Hatterlei '/
1965 GMC zTONOne
Church in charie. Sneaker I ROAD SERVICE 1963 CHEVY /2TONClean

Mrs S. J, MorrUi. Evening, 301 .and 1011! Starke .

J Service, 8:30:: with message radio and heater tires clean.
owner new
TECHNICOLOR- __ radio and heater, West Coast Mirror ,
bv the oastor. The Junior DRAG I.IXE WORKUNDERWATEit

t'tJ-slrlf'l1'f, Il fATtJII'AIIAIJISItI"'l PLUS Cbifch CARD 1'' OF will THANKS"erv.. I !1111 1967 SPECIAL ae- 1967 SPECIAL :

The family of the late Mr. WEED CUTTINGALL .

Garry Paul would like to TYPES .
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1M' thank the members and Draif r rhbhTh
::UNITED ARTISTSWed. of Starke. and Allen J. (!J. rt.tBlt.NKK:
friends
Miss' Betty J. Crum an rv.Pi AMR: Church for the Phone DH4-O074 1939 CHEVROLET
S honor senior at Prairie View I

l .SWINGING A&M College In Texas has kln"ae's shown durln; our METAL WORK S !peeled 1

., Thurs.Jan. 11. 15GLENH S G t CINQ e1 pINA been chosen for inclusion InWho's bereavement. I, 5* (Cleiin, like new all, original inside and. out"

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ttxPemA Ps:1ueE!"!P.- ( Who Among Stud- THOMPSONSheet

ents In American Collegesand !. 'Ph'Inuit' *',...rl la %,,..1,
? STELLA Universities, 1966-67" P.'. ,), nnm", i'lupl.l"I Metal WorksAll
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In n.ii BALDWIN CIEVROLET Into
FORD STEVENS She holds membership In .'1..1.- G
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Work-
Metes 41
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DAVID SETOOSOM i1' rnorntlofi F'lalntlff. VH "- Heat & Air Condo
( J JrtPc r G'7VlGE. \ Home Economics Honorary'I ">1,11V 1 Amr! .w., lit, ..t ux. .1 l lHi Installed U.S. 301 NORTH., STAHKE' FLORIDA 96J-3900
Fraternity Alphi: Kappa Mu Lefrndrnte.N'Tlr'i9,. l Systems !
SIOrsMEiROCOIOR Delta : OP 'Bt.MT' Ph. 969-1021
and Rd. 16 E.
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I oi Mr and Mr<. J. M Orlffls pleted an electronic device

I Kirk Takes Office; Calls Session of Lawtev Has beeen assigned repair course at the Army I

I to tht 83rd Engineer!: Battalion Southeastern Signal School
Looks Like A Snake
In chinon France asa Fort Gordon, Oa. During the ,

Olau<\lie K1rk was sworn ann 90() yenrs In rain-waked! cor-e Scarcely had he taken the In issuing. bin call' for I the heavy equipment operator. 16 weeks of Instruction, he ri

I Florida's 36th Oowinoi, !' and monies at Tallahassee) Tuesday 1 oath), than he threw the state's special session, Gov.' Kirk expressed was trained to repair and iI'i- Feels Like An Eel

first Republican/ ('o\l'no, in I politicoes Into a tizzy by call- hope that the Legis-I service testing sets used on

J ingthe legislature into aOday lature would provide for a frequency meters, oscilloscopes I'
special session, starting special: election to be held radio and radar. IHnld Prescott. Heft), neil' Tommy

Monday to draft a new April 18 for ratification of Uu Baker proudly display two-r
US GOOD State Constitution., I new Constitution. If approve 14 Youths killed. with a. .23: rifle In a creel; bed

Expressions! of surprise and ,toy -voters it would become effective near I'e I-riots< lUiutl, in :SoutlieuttStarke. '!

dlspleaiur" came from mont.. July 1. :I ..
legislator, including Senate Rep. Gene Shaw, of Brad- I AppointedTo

President Verle Pope and ford-Clay-Union, said he agreed II
BEEF SALE Speaker of the House Ralph In principal with the Governor I AcademiesFour The "nllrk rrltter" wan ufieurthnl.'.

Turlington who said the Governor on the need, for the special; by county equipment during clearing

had not dlacustwd his CIIlOfl, but questioned the wisdom local youths have received project, and tile boy allot it .thinking

plans for a special session with of calling on such short appointments to serv- ut first It HUM. u ,snake.membei .
them. They had misgivingsabout notice, with little or no advance .
ice academies for the Classof
C/iack SU'ak' or
dealing no hastily witha preparation by nnem'bers'
V ROAST lb. 59c matter of such importance of the legislature Me said that' 1987 and another approved -

with a legislature composed the hearings on local bill (Icgmatloia / as an alternate.
Rep. D. R. (Billy Mat- *
largely of new and inexprv-i" would continue as
V RIB STEAK lb. 79c el1.\'d' 1 members. previously announced so faras ,' thews announced the appointments '
lie knows from the Capitol L.V
S now. Bryan W Greene son of
Dec 28 'as his final offical
S All MeatSTEW I Mrs Violette S Greene of' act before leaving the Dis-
2 Nov. .4. 1965, filed n petitionaskthg I I Starke has been commissioned -
PrisonersAre for 14
office he held
lb. 69c that hiM\ sentence beset j I an Army 2nd lieutenant, trict son of Mr and MI'b t "hai aside on the contentionthat I upon graduation from the years. L, Tolford (at Kt- stone ,uid on the golf squad.
way you write. Come In Bad
ArraignedHere t he did not know what the Engineer Officer Candidate James B. Godwn son of Heights and Floyd W Johns Savage has a 3.2 honor
Fresh (;roundHAMBURGER I select: your favorite ESTER-
i word "counsel" meant at the School at Fort Del voir. Va Mr. and Mrs. James B. God- of Maxvllle all received appointments point average He is a member BROOK fountain TELE-

lb. 39c Wed.One time of his arraignment in During his 23 weeks of instruction win of the State Farm received to the Merchant of the National Honor OItAPJI.7otO.1). pen.

Brevitrd, County. and that he he received trainingIn one of two appoint- Marine Academy | Society. Interact Club Bible
ddd not undeistun! that he ments to West Point r fArmyl. Bradford
RIB STEW lb. 39c Florida State Prison inmate map reading. Interpretation God-win who owns a 3.5 Club, and the High
entered a not guilty plea wan beng questioned about of aerial photographs.and Brinson W. Savage Jr.. son honor point average is an band.

to a charge of perjury and whether he wanted a lawyer. construction of fixed of Mr. and Mrs. Brinson W. All Conference. All-Area Bryan compiled a 3,I hon-

BRISKET STEW 3 Ibs. $1.00 another was sentenced to ona Robinson's motion to vacate and floating bridges, roads, Savage Sr of Starke was and All-State tackle and co- or point average at BHS andis

year for escape in arraignments hl. sentence was denied by and airfields. His first assignment named third alternate for an captain on the 1938 Class A,I a 1966 graduate. : 5CMe666

Wednesday before Circuit Brevnrd County Court of Record will be as an en- appointment to the Naval State Champion Tornado|I Tolford has a 2.7 average I

Fresh' or Judge George A. Patten. Judge Joe Cowart Jr. who gineer platoon leader Academy at Annapolis. Md. football squad. He Is a president -: and is a member of the ,
Lee Robinson, Negro noted in his decision that according of the National Honor1 I Druma and Soinbh Club I
V. SMOKED PICNICS lb. 39c Henry 33 Three others. Theodore A. | :
is charge d-with committing to a tianxcrlpt, ofRobinson's Pvt William B. Geiger, Bryan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Society. president of the Let- No information was avail-1

I perjury In his petitionto arraignment Robinson son of Mr. and Mrs. OUIs C.Gelger Raymond Wilson Bryan of I termen's Club. secretary of able on Johns who did not
lilmself had used the word"counsel"
S 3 and DownSPARERIBS have his sentence vacated" of Starke, has com- Lawtey; Frank S. Tolford the Interact Club an-l! al nrten:I BHS.
19 times and theterm
I under the Gideon decision. Ha
lb. 59cFrMh -
is represented by Public. Defender "lawyer" three times.
I R. A. (Buzzy) Green. Judge Cowart end{ the COUI.thad

Cedar KeyMULLET Judge Patten put the ca.seon used the term "lawyer" '
the docket for the Spring four times and "attorney" foul 'w a4ee'! ? s .

lb. 19c term of Circuit Court whit hi time und had nevci lined Hi, ..".

.. 10 begins days May to file 8 and any gave motions Gr.en in I word The "counsel.information" against '}i ) i r
EtTfO G .
the case. Robliuion (charges that he dId ; I
: Fla. nrad "A"FIIYERS \\) tlu ,
Garland Ray Maples was sentenced knowingly and falsely swear I .,t rA'. ," .iIL t;}
lb. that the contents of :said motion :. y ;.-
29Rcd to a one-year term' by true" but filet it"r"I!>-" "" 'J"" ...... .r" .f' 'i..,
Patten for an escape he made weaVe In
.... from a road crew working III knew they were fulse when!
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: Bradford County while stationed they Mere made on May 9. 2U t' ..r.1.l or laws one Insertion Memorial. Kemilutlonw .te. Display Ads !In CluKMlflMl. S..tI1!
11011'or\ Loo..eV If i-oiivlcted, Kobnton could
: at a road camp In Clay get up to 20! additional years, minimum IVIlarge' ) -------______ 1.UUIf Per word ________ .___ ___ _______ .0.1: $1 1V5O per Indl-lInt Insertion.IM .
WEINERS lb. 39c County. The attempt was made
not paid la advuoea __________ 1.23
Nov. 21, 1908.( fords of 'Ihankw. : Up to 5U I vordisKeyed. .
The Kdblmacm. rase Asst ,t-uded or bliiul .IMU $ :\ per Inch alter lint Uucrtluo.,

Smoked or By. the I'iere State Atty. Mock Futch aald u (minimum itbarg.. ) ___________ 1.2ftKiuh (iiOiiliiiuni charge) -------------- 'l.tlO

WHITE BACON lb. 49c as far as he knoW! the first : additional word over 20.____ .&13 Over BO words: per! word...__ ..OliI

against a petition filed, by a .
under criminal I
prisoner pro.

'I''sh Ground veduie rule one established by SERVICE MENAND ] Insurance Problem? HASTINGS MATTRESS CARL BEGGS I INSURANCE' BE SURE TO SEE: : WORLD

USAGE MEAT lb. 59c the Supreme Court decision! In i & UPHOLSTERY WORKS AT REDUCE RATES BOOK before buying any'
the Clarence Earl Gideon case Gulf Service i jther encyclopedia. M. A
WOMEN Call the Man From 710 Lemon St. PaUtka AUTl, FIRE. BOAT
Gideon established the
The case Payne, your local! representative -
"KEYSTONE"George Furniture Repaired I'SEI) FAKTM DOYLE s:, | 'OSNF.nI
I principle that indigent defendants .
since l 19d. Box 624.
Prices ror'r"I'I.d tars I
Top
I I in felony cases must Pvt. :Melvin W. Eberle. son I E. LaRuo Upholstered & Reflnished INSURANCE AGENCYUCtlg
24 Hour Wrevkei Service ; Phone 804-6793. tech,(
have the opportunity to have of Mr. and Mrs. Russell A.
an attorney. Ebeile of SUrke has completed I Keystone Height MATTIiESSES REBUILT) --- Fuel Oil ---

WE STOCK A OMPI..ETE LINE OF GROCERIES Robinson serving a five- a 14-week automotive Consultant For All Your' New Innersprings A.%.V S &: II Clr..t-t. StinnpsIlwy. FOR RENT furnished

S year sentence imposed In Bie- repair course at the Army Insurance Needs'Representlnc and Box Springs 301 N. \Vulilo apartment. large 1 bedroom.

vard County's cour of record Ordnance Center and School Drop L's A Card or Call 4U8-19U8 Renner Apartments. Phone Myers Power ToolsArea ]

Aberdeen Pro"lnGround./ PALATKA EA 5-9166 f I 964-5744 tfchg
Co.
Great American Ins.
Md. While there he was MRS..I-KCGY 8UALLER I H a4 qu.rter. For
Tho Traveler Ins. Co.
a trained In the maintenanceand Tel. 473-4693 Day 209 E. AdkJns St. LOSTSilver gray female per-j Lawnmowero Powe': TovlcMrCulloch

CHECK YOUR OFFICE SUPPLIES repair of engines for the 473-4323 Kites Stark. Agent I AnnouncingQOIGLEY sian catt. Answers to : Chain Saw
a Army's tracked and wheeled .. I -
Auto lire Home Business Sam or Sajnantha. Pumps & Witter SyatenuBrl&p

vehicles. Monthly Payment Flan return to Mrs. E. E. Tanner.// Stratton Englnca
V 130 N. Cherry.
a What Do You Need? We Have It! Samuel L. Russell Jr., NEW FURNISHEDONE Rental Sole Servte
a brother of Mrs. C O. Hill of ONE STOPMASONRY MUSEUMOPEN 330 N.E.: 18th A.v.
FOR SALE: One
upright piano
BEDROOM:
Route 1, Starke. has been
nitlnenvlll
SERVICE and one all metal utility trailer. -
promoted to technical serge- S78SnlLfc'l.
APARTMENTS Phone 969-1684. ltp '..
ant In. the U S. Air Force Ready Mix, all sizes| Concrete DAILY V

u. A maintenance: analyst Hlwk; sell type Hand! ; FINEST CUBED ICE in town '
'Sgu united h chair technician at Grand Forks I'rwiint IJnteln., Everything 4 OP I'"IT'S NEVER TOO LATE TOLEAR."l.
.N.X'1TO only bug. Jimmy
: BUS per
,
'
K.: ;MadIson St. b.tteenuIury "
S company AFB In North Dakota he isI I iiweHHury for concrete, masonry :Moore's Gulf at corner of 301 : Register now. Adult)
Buy a Heyer ExecutiveModel a member of the Strategic I I romttrurtlon.e Klrnt.': lloul unit Air ('.n4. ( HuptKt. Cliurcli'' and 100. 6tp 2-2 Education cln.-wea.! Elementaryand
82 "osture Air Command which malnt-. will meet any prior on and Shell Ser ice Still ion. Secondary. Phone 964-2701

tame America's constantlyalert all material within iiradforil .- day; 961-3071 evenings. tf

S Spirit Duplicator! and get a force of intercontinental MAINTAIN County QUALITY.AMI STILL Call HISTORICALEDUCATIONAL Home.FOR 323 SALE N.: Walnut Large!: St.Brick subject '

FREE '13.00 Starter Kit! missiles and jet bombers. to lease Reasonably
I AIR. MASONcare ; EGOS FOR SALE-farm fresh
BRADFOFIDKNJINKERING Call Gainesville 370-
Amiifflf!', n>w duplicator' prlnti 100 cop'It t a Pvt Arnoll E. Orlffls, prii-ed B C. Holtzendorf: 1'i mile
I
V minute, 5 colon at onc,. pollcirtt, legalma son1'IM'J <: ( CO. of Ernest Tew HIT> )KEI': >S OKFASCIN.VTI.N 9666 I on Edwards Road. tfchg
S on ordinary papor..or will Thaimal' '
V Mssttri* tultibta printed Cotta can alia Mpioductd = II Ph. 96) t.2521 Starke In a mlnuta at vary low cost.S I Realty Inc.
S S5395 COME ISsn HnnWSI I
YOUR B FJ] S T BARGAIN. Gainesville, Ph. :37
S ii'; nlueS. ADULT EDUCATION ola. aetl. No AdmissionNO MARY We have several Jabs for
Join now. Elementary and 2906 N. W. 13th: St. male or frmale.

Custom Made Secondary. Phone 96 -2701 ,.

Now can __ For Florida Living days; 11643071'evenin.V U. !I CKNTRALEuMPLOYMENT'
a you ll V 34 Acres 481 FI'ECItE FARM: I CARTER
I
: label anything! (J YOU
For Your $ $ 7 Hospital. u'.table: for country 2 houses outbuildings fruit
: Friday, p.m.
WITH SANFORD'SWritM I nut trees. On paved
and
'
homes Filce
subdividing. PAINTS
or
WANTED-Lot close in, doWntown
the new No Salaried Urine your furniture or highway Yours for only $7.-
or Commissioned $225.00 per acre terms and release preferred with minimum
5Jpf U I Tensor Employee anything of value We clause. A. J. Thomas, Realtor 700. of 125 ft. frantaite.: Contact
will sell' it for NO. 490 CORNER LOT Lin
!! : you. Tel. 964- 701. Complete Buford Mitchell. Phone 989-
Anvil DAD&BKADLAKSEN FENNELL'SHAUGAIN 200' x 210' name 3 bedroom of 3281. P. O. Box 238. Staike
I LIKE TO WOUK house In excellent shape
a on any turfic. Gl'..i, j Lamp CENTER For less than $14,50000 Wd] shaded lawn., Barn. A- tfchg

: toll I1l.*tai.pIlItICIwood.clotfl., wixtd paper l I.athir.Ie:. I II A quality YOU Benefit! Come to the Revolving Lighton much less I can put you In Joining acreage available Paintsand

hlgh-lntantrty, 1 I''. H. SOl j South.. the nicest masonry) house with Just 'U 500( and good terms
PERMANENT lamp central heat and everything. STROUT IU<:.\1.TV Well Folks] If you can't find

WATERPROOF 49 slamodiralepric.I I AH Sizes an Display tfcns I Many extras. Just say the 2117 N. Tf'ml.l.Vf'. It, come out to the Old TradIng -

eAsy DRYING a UV 912.95 810.12 Wide I word and I 11 show you the (U.S. 301)) Post. We have Just about

I 'Ii i..SI I I'IS1cky" MARRIED COUPLES WANT best value in Starke. Terms Phone 969-3491 Starke anything you are looking for.
=::::: _ 1 VJ Baths ED for cottage parent work. SuppliesFor
with payments leas than rent. Stoves heaters, electrical appliances -
and Expandables Couples start at $445 per mon.Minimum .
A. J. Thomas. Realtor. Tel.. I !furniture toys record
I education 9, age 2.1 ELECTRIC ADD MACHINES:
players radios antique, wagon -
864-5701.
I pills. 3 day week!' In general Two good buys. New Smith- All Purposes
; New and Used I married couples work same Corona Flsurematlc I case wheels. farm tools fence
( IVolibs' ? posts<< split rails. We will not
Success shift. Qualified single person Nation Wide slightly cracked In shipment I
S 8Yr. financing available be undersold. Remember Wit
also except ed. If interested $87.65. Has substraction
ZIPPERS buy, sell and trade Leonard.Orlffls. .
g .,j In Personnel Of. Paint Factory
Elmer's Glue All apply person Smith-Corona 890 1 Repossessed -
.V V Us Our Rental-Pur- flee, Sunland.Training Center, 311 N. Temple Ave. almost new I with sub 21-2 miles north on
Eltner's Epoxy Clut (. ._._ ) ; chase!> 1'lan-Payments Gainesville. ttchg 1.19 traction. 12875. BraJford: 7 & 10 In lOc 301. tfchz

[imeonlacl, \: Cement I I "I. Under $50 Per Month Rep. $1.99 Gal Value County Telegraph. tfNELL'S
: 14 In
; 15c
I ,iatU FOR SALE-3 year femaleGerman .. .
The, ', 3 Gal. For $5.00
an Sheppard watch dog. NEW BRICK HOME out-
Just
E:Ime,', glue for I i BEAUTY SHOP 22 In. . 25c
.. eve'noD you dol I_":'''_._ I Ilii. DESK CALENDAR Lovea children. Phone days 064- Highway 21. Melrose Two operators side city. Small down payment -
Gal. Value
ReK. $2.99 ;
... 5801 ,.68.1147.
evenings
-- -- New Model No. 21. Combmea NOW I to serve you. Tues' easy monthly terms. Callor

latin Clinical' cosnTT handy memo andappointment tip ,: 4 Gal. For $10.00 thru Sat. Closed Mondays: : PROPERTY WANTED write Buford Mitchell.
J'jQ Mjdison pad--2 calendar ,I Phone H9-3J81. P. O. Box 238.
Av>nu SALE i Phone 475-5285 for appoint'
'-V New Yotli, Now YorK 1UOI7 J *in 1. Base in plastic Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE FOR 1960 Sinca. 'I Rex. $3.99 Gal. Value ment. 4tchg t-S vicinity of Starke. 5-10 acres City. tfch*
walnut or .silver gray.. $75.00. Roy Lloyd Crawford with modern house. good
Rd. Hellbronn Springs. 4 Gal. For $12.00SOWS I condition. Consider vacant '

Full Lake Privileges _Hpy 1'4' MAMA PRIEST KINDERGARTEN land. On paved road. phone (CHRISTMAS: lAY-AWAY
I, has several open In .s & electric available. Owner- I LEFT UNCLAIMED
Homestead Exempt- BIG PAY PART TIME:
Ir-I for kindergarten and day care financed at maximum 7 percent ZIG ZAG

/. Just A Few of The Hundreds of Items Financing!:: Man or woman to service needed custom Immediately -- rigation FOR pump.SALE Phone and Pbone 964-8941 3tch-1-5 Down payment compatible : We have SEWING two 1967 MACHINES Dlal-O-

to price and to Florida
ers In Starke. Full or part 6692. 1 96"-1' 'Matte Zlg Zags that have never
We Can Help You With Lake Geneva time. Choose your own hours. FOR RENT-One and 2 be-l- economy. Full details and I been used. They were Christ-
photos if possible first let-
For details Write C. R. Ru- EUNICE' NURSERY I room apartments furnished or mas law-away. never picked-

Trailer Sales ble. Dept. J-l P. O. Box No. Pecans, Peaches. Pears unfurnished. Reasonable. W. ter. J. R. crosby. 24818, up. Customers left this area;

2447, MemphIs Tenn. 3&102. Plums Persimmons, Batsu-, H Nollman 810 N. Cherry S;;; Eshelman Ave. Lomlta. Calif we are unable to locate them.
15' 2tp 1'18' mas. Kumquats. Grapefruit' tfch r I 90717. 2tchg -J'12': You can have these sewing
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH On Rout lOG, One !Mile SBKeyvcone ) and Orange Trees Bareroot I I Ii'i' i machines for the balance of

llolpht FOR RENT furnished 2 and container grown. Orna-I i $47 each, cash or terms. Phone
Open Sun. & EvenIngs<< bedroom house convenient to mental shrubs. 2 miles North WANTED Waitresses applyIn ; FOR RENT-2 bedroom furnished COLLECT Jacksonville\: 3331946. -
: house '
downtown: person. Lee's Restaurant newly decor- an.ytlme.VIII deliver. nx>
shopping area. of
Lawtey on 301. Turn west
I l-L_ j ated. 337 N. Clark St Phone
: ,
-.:= and Drive In. tfc.ij
a- Phone 964-2521 obligation 4tp 1.19t
tfchg: at sign.. Ph. 782-3465. 4tchg 864-4281.) U=hg







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I Eisenhower Suggests Some Drastic Changes I


Substantial Benefit At Negligible Cost oFtcc >l BAR R x ? "To l Improve Our Government"


Uy Russell, Kny"Let's and 80's. We have cases In of long experience III''' <
: Children from the Brooker area, of water. No adverse effects were / both the House and Senate easy to guide Its |juit' ,
Make Government
enrolled in last summer's' Head reported by bottlers, brewers, Work Better," suggests former where heads of Important Experience In minimi! ) :,.

Start program, showed markedly bakeries laundries, or chemical President Eisenhower in lean! tooth than become too ill to however, ,
decay children plants, and no harmful efforts on a feature article appearing; carryon no guaianibetter -
from their duties yet they continued ]legislation
other
sections of the county sewage treatment processes. in January Reader's Digest.
State to retain their !positionsof Eisenhower also feel < >
Board of Health tests have
Many fluoridation projects have Pointing; out the need fora
power. terms of the Federal lug,, ,
shown that Brooker water has number of> changes In the
been started as a result of the The seniority rules of ary should be restiktc''
the highest percentage of fluoride terms and tenure of Senators -
interest created by local dental Congress are such that members eluding members of t tin
content in the county. and medical societies throughoutthe 1 t fudges Congressmen Il.S'el1' as and Presi-federal of ]long tenure usuallyare preme Court Judues :' .,

These two facts be men who head the com not be permitted to"
can hardly nation. Many of these group[ ? dential procedures' based on <
attributed to mere coincidence have presented their evaluationsof II. .. his experience as Chief Exec- mittees through which all more than 20 yeas, in
since U.S. Public Health studies 1 utive legislation must be funnelled same court or beyond Hu-
- !: reports containing factual and the former President's
'i and
become virtual
many of 72
show that 1.0 pp.m. (parts per convincing proof of the benefits! proposals are' worthy of serious -
to the
czars end that vital Such I'th'
:.l changes '''')
million) of fluoride naturally ocd demonstrated at places where consideration by) every
. legislation
that the ]
people ,
' they are can be ooi'im-d! 'I i
, curing in water is: sufficient to they have been arti1'ichlllyIded.\ r'' CJ- ; \ Amer'lcan wand Is long delayed or even on to receive bitter! opitlon '' -
Perhaps the most fundamental -
.t. decrease the incidence of dental The unusual! good condition of 0. __ !: and surely the most stopped)<< cold because it for they would ui- w 'j'"

- curies by more than 60 per cent. former President Eisenhower'steeth : beneficial of the changes clashes with the members' politicians' playhou"" '< r"

Even at Brooker, however, the has been attributed to the proposed applies \to) Congress personal views or wishes. It they make a lot of sense .1 "t
Is ,
- percentage of fluoride in the fact that water in the part of They provide that terms of argued days Is that a highly!governmentthese com- are worthy of of the <".inconsideration "-

water is only 0.46 ppm, about Texas! where he grew up had! a ; the members of the House be plex business and that men eveivzen. >

half of the recommended amount. favorable ratio of fluoride.In Tw THAT 4 changed from two to four
x RE6R year terms and the maxi-
Tests showed water from Starke'sNo. towns and cities' where it
mum period for Economic
1 well to have 0.30 parts pur ONE a congressman Opportunity Loan
per
has been determined that addition NAYi to serve ho limited to

a million, anal the No.; 2 well tested of fluoride to the water would] / 3ft three four-year terms. Sena- Set-up To Aid Small I
BusinessesThe
out 0.25, just one-fourth of the be beneficial, the local councils' 0I: To Gtvff FoR *J- tors would still serve six

ik recommended amount. Hampton with or sometimes without a pub- "i year terms but be limited to
" $ A.r' two terms. mall Business AdministiuUon's have a healthy effect on) '
had the lowest percentage of lic hearing but always with Thus In a practical -
application, the maxi- Economic Opportunity community expand empl' -
fluoride of all 0.15 putts
permillion. public have
support passed
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:
Loan Program Is
. mum period of service of ment opportunities u cj
ordinances authorizing the local na both houses of Congress! now available throughout the stimulate the economy

In a recent talk to a local civic water department to proceed. I would be 12 years, Jacksonville Region. Douglas A key feature ot tie ,'v

club II. P. Morgan, director of This (is! done, of course, only il-i", : If members of the House E McAllister, SBA regional panded Economic (op.untu t -

last summer's Head Start )program after technicians, in cooperationwith were elected every four years director, announced this Hv! Loan program! I Is thu it

described the condition of the State Board of Health, 'fThe at the same time as the week will] seek, for the tii si' I Ian,
President the chances Loans will be made \to) new to assist those who cur ,ih <.'
the teeth of many of the young- have determined the reasonable!' are
good that the Chief Executive businesses! and already established the J poverty ]evpII\ ii
sters examined as "appaling maximum and minimum limits of
would have businesses; by SBA'aRegional cannot quilify for II"i-
And he pointed out that many fluoride to be maintained in the :! a Congress
of his own party throughout Office In the Jacksonville ]lar business loan pram'am
such children come from homes: water supply, and have approvedthe his four year term and make National Bank addition to provldlnr', I lCM. "I.> -

that simply do not have sufficient type of chemical feeding the machinery of !governmentwork Building:: 47 W Forsyth St, the SBA will pr<1 i

income to dental be and by 72 other SBA field offices counseling, RUidaine Ii
provide) adequate equipment to installed' find J. more efficiently, Mr. / / '' '

and medical care for their used.It Sacrifice EIsenhower siys throughout the nation. magement trnlnln n >
Supreme It Is doubtful that the To find those lowIncomeand combined effort to In '>'I'> young is also to obtain
necessary founders of visu- other handicapped people success of these small im -
our country
Morgan\ said that the additionof
expert approval of the methodof
alized life-time of with the best potential] nesses.
careers
fluoride, to bring the p.p.m. up analysis and control to be used office-holding such as we see to successfully operate a Persons Interest! in his,
to recommended standards, would in determining the fluoride con- business, SBA will work ,
FARMER'SWe've today, but rather as an Interlude service may obtain rice>
be an inexpensive way of pre..entinM' tent of the water before and afteraddition DIARYregularly in a mill's career closely with community action complete Information at
much of this dental decay of the chemical and the time taken from his businessor agencies, neighborhood Small Business Admlnl'" ],-

I before it occurs, with a resulting conducting of daily tests of samples had a rather mild soon In preparatIon profession to serve his centers regional organizations tlon office In Jacksonville! ,
winter so far, even though\ and other in
for the event groups
, savings of thousands of dollars from the! plant and distribu- country
had cold
we've some waves S w the Jacksonville area
annually. tion system to insure that the and freezing temperaturesAt What with eight football When career a man of makes politics a,lifetime too- The SBA Is interested In Rites WednesdayFor

According to the U.S. Public proper percentage is maintained. our place, for instance, a games on TV last weekend, a often he becomes more of a making ]loans, to growing

Health Service report, studies The comparatively good teeth of number of tender plants arc lot of people in the county politician than a statesman.His businesses, to exploit new Mrs. ChesserAt

I have shown that in Newburg\ youngsters in our Brooker community still green, Indicating that will be bug-eyed! for some actions are !Reared to the Ideas, and to establish small Pine Grove
N.Y., where fluoridation of the and the fact that their the temperature has not yet 1 ss time to come. People used to next election rather than the manufacturing plants .- the

water supply was started in :May\ drinking water has the highest gone down to a cold which t 1. go calling on New Year's nation's welfare, Few )persons kinds of businesses that can Mrs, Laura Rosier (rii

1945, a 30 per cent reduction in percentage cf fluoride in the seeks out and kills all !succulent Day but now if you do go retain their full health and 73 widow of the loftI I J" n

caries in permanent teeth was county has given us food for vegetation.. visiting, you'll find a darkened mental vigor In their 10's Chesser, died Mondav in) n

found among children in the (u'j thought. Obviously, somethingmore room and pop-eyed peo- Clothing Sought Ocala hospital after)' ,> *">
However, so far as the ple Illness.! She was barn n
\ to 12 age group. than mere coincidence is involved berry crop Is concerned By Sam RJcfiarvey Bradford TB For Victims Of Lawtey on Aug 20) 1893 '

I ; A* Sheboygen' Wis,, where in this set of circumstances there have been enough frosts) With that In mind, we are Brooker Fire daughter of the latl'< Be

fluoride was first added in Feb- and mild freezes to hoi 3 the And spcakinn!: of this year. temped to make a suggestion Seal Campaign ann and Prances T\ >.nn P

ruary 1946, a 20 per cent reduction Further delay in exploring the plants back and that's what the Fah' !16 coming up quickly : that Instead. of New 75' CompleteAfter Brooker area residents Jer. She wes n.. moml ,r

in (decay rates in per- possibilities of bringing! the bene- the growers want A few berries and;! before we know It the Year's Day. we call it Bowl have started:: a drive to collect the Baptist Church!

manent teeth was reported after fits of such water to those who have been picked but we fairgrounds will be a sceneof Day So we are hereby goingto six weeks of the clothing/ for the Raleigh Surviving are three' datu. -

40 months of fluoridation. do not have it naturally deprives had no Christmas berries to bustling activity Some be the first to extend Christmas\ Seal] Campaign, Riuilerson family who lout tens Mrs Mildred( ropf',
speak of. so the plants] are In plans for the event have al- greetings/ for the next holiday the Bradford County total their mobile home and all its of Stiirkc! ; and Mi''', P
The report also points out that our children and adults
( too good condition for the comIng ready been made and you season: Merry Christmas anda stands! 73 cent complete contents In a file last week. Kirkland and Mi w< there are no noticeable effects of of a substantial hearth' bene- market season can be sure that the fair ,, very high-scoilng. Happy according to per Mrs Nate Dyal. The father wears size: 30- Mann, both of Oriiln .c i <

I 1.0 p.p.m. fluoride on the taste! fit which may be obtained at a w committee will be meeting Bowl Day chairman for the drive. 32 trousers, medium shirt Earl Chesser, Ocala >IH

odor color, hardness, or pH value negligible cost. In the year just ended, we The total contribution and 7',g medium shoe Mis. brother. James Ro ici i I I. i -

think the big news on the from Bradford County Is $1- Raulerson wears site 20 dress tey, a sIster Mrs\ Jean' Gft''

farming scene was the fur 178 for the first 33 days, as and size 10 shoes A toeu-ane kips Lawtey: IB ,i-uin\ ,<,1', -

I More Home Rule Chief BenefitWhat ther expansion of the poultry the campaign pushes on toward son wears 29-33 trousers, i Ue dren and eight great- rtiuin
business. You can see evidence NEWS And NOTESFor the new year, 13 shirt, and 12 medium children
of this If you take a "It's not too late for residents shoes There Is one other boy. Funeral services W"I-P hi' c fall
are the highlights of the population would have a three- ride around:!' the county and Today's Homemakers to send in their contil- age S, and four girls ages 3 p m. Wednesday at '

proposed new Florida Constitution tier system of circuit county note the number of new butlons," Mrs. Dyal said, 12 1 D. 8, and 8, graveside In Pine
drafted after three weeksof judge, and magistrate courts, with chicken houses, which are fly Martha Sue McCain The Christmas Seal Cam- Items of clothing, may be Cemetery near Raiford e

labor by a special Constitu- the option to drop county courts, really farm factories, com- paign does not end with left In pick-up boxes at Rpv W R Scott offti(
tional Revision Commission in if desired. plete with mechanizationand County Extension Christmas nor is the work of the Brooker Supermarket<< DeWitt C Jones Punc
labor-saving devices,, Home Economics( Agent Oreen', Orooerv and Hayes Home was in charge of a"anltl'mentl
Tallahassee!' ? Here are a few: Of all these the the TB Association seasonal -
new provisions, S w ," droceiin" Brookei '
-Providing for a stronger most significant, perhaps, is! the Another big event durIng .. --_.- Northeast
Ten counties In
who will be given
governor, a provision for more local home the year was the opening of I lenity, Fall! Slew you put It up on the kitchenshdr Florida are participating in
eat'< on all Cabinet boards and rule, which would do away with new roads, such as the Mor Want a change from all It may need ref rigeiutlon the drive and contributions

can run for a second term. the so-called "local bill evil" in gan-Church the Bethel the Holiday Foods? Well While all canned hams will be used' here In "the

-Annual sessions of the State the state legislature.!; Church, and the Anderson A black iron kettle of sim- are fully cooked, and can be most effective way'' to help

Legislature with reapportionment Under the home rule school roads Onlv persons mering stew cheered many a eaten Just as they come from eradicate TB and find treatments -
assured every decade. new provisions who have put up for many hearth In the days of early the can. not all of them are and cures'" for ,icspliatory -

Home] rule for local Florida citizens would years with an old graded America. With the plentiful fully processed' l to the point t desorses' Mrs Dyal
governments have the right to decide for themselves coed Impassable at times, supply of beef on today's they can be store:! at room said
flexible enough to permit without outside inter- can appreciate. what a reliefIt market stew is an excellent temperature According to U F

counties and cities, or a combination ference, what kind of local govern- Is to roll along on a good"hard" meat dish for homemakerswith 8. Department of Argicul- contributed More than bv area$111000 resident was yl ,
of counties and cities to road modern and ture hams that are federally
ranges
ment they want. Commissions Ys'p
County In IOCS and:! the goal for 196fi; +
enact ordinances for stronger self- would make their own laws S shiny cooking pans! too. inspected and need refrigeration Is $120,000. The rampilan
the Morgan- settler days, must be labeled\ "Per-
government We remember As In the early
instead! of having them passed, will continue after January
Church load way back whenwe there are several ways to ishable keep under refrigeration -
-Placing in the Declaration of as at present, through the local I 1. Mrs Dyal said.
first came here, and traveling make savory stew. Some You can use the
Rights for the first time a bill process in the State Legis over It In dry weatherwas cooks like to flour chunks of gelatin mixture In canned

guarantee of rights regardless of lature. This is especially important a matter of running stew meat before browning ham In a glaze In ham Services TuesdayFor

race or religion, and giving 18- to smaller counties since they from one sandy rut to an- them; others like to brown gravy or for basting the Mrs. ReddishIn

year-olds the right to vote. lost much of their representationin other, and In wet weather them "as II." In a little hot him ft tasty and nutritious M

-Retaining the $5,000 home- the recent reapportionment of( practically fording throughthe fat.To since n contains ham ,luices, Lawtey ChurchMrs
low spots. bring out real meat meat protein and some fat
stead exemption, and the prohibition the legislature.The w w flavor, add liquid in small Marv Hicks Reddish,

of a state income tax. removal of the local bill The outlook for< building amounts as It cooks away DO. widow of Volley R Red-

-Giving citizens the right to burden would also give the legis- more county roads Is far Instead of water or bouillon dish of Lawtey, died Satur- h

sue the State or County in certain lature more time to-devote to the from bright. Cost/; have risen! try tomato carrot, mixed:! day afternoon in a Sturke 1 we I'.

cases for instance, if he is injured study of legislation of statewide terrifically, until the buildIng vegetable! or apple Juice for 11IIDear hospital after an extended ,
Illness She born In Law-
in an accident with a stateor importance. of a few miles of an ordinary a change Seasonings such as was
tev on July 6. 1878, the
hard-top roadt\ a salt and pepper, garlic, on-
county vehicle.Abolishment Greater home rule will be
one matter of many thousands:! of ions and Worcestershiresauce daughter of the lute Iuke
of county courtsin of the more beneficial effects of dollars Then, too, apparentlyless can! be added at the Mr Matthews and Letha Prescott Hicks,
counties of more than 100,000 the new constitution if it is ultimately money will be available start of the cooking. Vegetables Through The Telegraph I and had lived In this area all

population and the establishment approved by the voters to the small counties for that have better texture woul''i tike to say to all the of her life She was a charter -
after final according to storieswe when cooked fora lends that I knew ,luring member and the oldest
of a two-tier system in those a study by a special purpose, and flavor
counties. (Counties below 100,000 session of the State Legislature! hear on the plans of the shorter amount of time my stain\ Starke 'Menv member of the Lawtey First
coming urban-oriented legislature ] All stews should be cooked Christmas and Happy New Bnntlst Church
In covered Year Surviving Is one daughter"
over low heat a
S This cooking method, On this opportunity I Mrs. Eve Godwin Reddish of
pan.
The Bradford County Telegraph One of the things we may called braising Is recommended would like to thank the people Starke.: two sons. Brvsnt

look to during this year Is a for the less tender;! of Starke for all the Reidlsh: of Lawtev. and Roy ;f u
pR bq Established 1879 new agriculture center buildIng cuts. kindness that they showed Reddish! of Webster: one

', at the market-fair- liras For :Meat Cooking me especially the family brother, Bryant Hicks of
E. L. MATTHEWS grounds location. Plans for LiuuM that I stayed with for a year, Plant City: six) grandchildren r

Mcvieia N Editor and Publisher the building" are being completed When cooking beef brisketor the Odoms, and all the and 13 greatgrandchildren. HsrCentennial

N ( Florida's Oldest. now and If all goes other cuts In water, you'll teachers at school], and many .
O C q Newspaper iniblNhed Weekly Conc well, the construction con- net the most food value! from other friends. Funeral services were held
1966 tlnuomly Under: the Same- tract may be let In the near the meat when you save the Sincerely at 3 p. m. Tuesday: In the

gTioN Manthead.PublUhed future. cooking liquid. As a nutri- Gilson Silva First Baptist Church Law-
t-y. with Rev, Tommy L
tious base for sauces!, gravies Rua Agrestlna QueenTen
Each Thursday. and Entered. tut Second Flans. Howe of Gainesville, and
When completed we will and soups, the meat stock Is 223 Santana
Mutter at the Pout Office at Starke Flaw
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Rev W A. Starke
of
Hogan
Under Act of March 3. 1879. have In Bradford County one easily kept in a covered container Recife. Pernambuco yearn have. elapsed. since !Start-e' celebrated. its. C 'H-
of the finest agricultural In the refrigerator, Brazil S A. officiating Interment was in
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lemilul and .Mli Syl\lu Paulk I now ;Mrs.. > prm>n RtoclU"h! )
; In Trade Areal 1 Yr. 'S.H; 6 Mo. ''!.00. centers In the state, with all II nr"V-ADVICE the family plot In Crosby
Outside Trade Arm 1 related operations at location canned Lake Cemetery with DeWittC was crowned Queen by the then Governor Leroy Collins
Yr. Hi: 6 Mo. 2JZ5. one When you buy A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH
and ample parking;, ham, read the ]label before Jones Funeral Home in :Many fund memories are conjured up by this photograph'
brings results. charge of arrangements. taken during the coronation ceremony tea ;years! ago."fIf .




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REBIRTH OF A BUILDING I I M In the dinner party. | ,vyvvvyyyvvyv.vvyvvyv's esvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Ira c'l[ last Tuesday In Cedar Keys
welcome and of Fort My- visiting Mrs. Chamblee's pal'ell. -
A to Keystone ) Hatch son
KEYSTONE HILITES NEWS NOTES I r Heights. is extended to the MELROSE ers Mrs Ira Hatch Jr be- .... ,Mr and Mrs. 01 ant

By Jim Fox Shauglinessey They also Fred Smiths who have taken gins at the University of RothhammerMr .
Helen
purchased and planted, By Egan I I up residence in the former Florida this week. and Mrs. Edward D
Jim Fox I
By Since this Is the season of
shrubbery and Mrs. Joy Baker : I Ralph Crawford home on By Sally Rothhammeri Mis J. W. Straw had-asher Longnecker has just returned
it wouldbe
giving thought
I'lease Phone In Your Items 173-1118 we and Mrs. Evelyn Shau h- I I Brooklyn Lake. i guests for the holiday from El Paso and:! a nice
appropriate to pilot astory COMMUNITY; : CHURCH .AA.AAAAA.A.... '. .I
of of both nessy and their children The general meeting of New residents of the former her son Larry of the University visit with a daughter and
quiet giving
have watered and cared for PERSONALS:' family Mr. and Mrs. R w
Gene Williams home are of Florida: and grandchildren -
time and talent, which has the Church Women will beheld
1'fellJaR'. Club News Candles the landscaping. the Ashtons. Mi and Mrs. Albert Spires Grace and David. Heuman for two weeks.
i I of the was presented been going on for quite some ; on January: 9 at 7:30: In Clyde Mr. Ash-
Girl Scout Troops 21 and'i under the direction of months. Recently! the women of the the educational building. ton is our Keystone tele- guests for the New Year Mrs. Strawn will be leavingthe Mrs. F J. Janes guests fora

190. Of Keystone Heights!, ]I Mrs. Gladys Haberstroh. The Perhaps many of our readers church noticed the efforts of Quest speaker will be Mrs phone l'e;>respntaUve. weekend were their step 12 for a trip to Miami. week were Mr. and Mrs. C

isahg{ Christmas carols In the narrator was Mrs. Gertrude have noticed the rejuvenation the Couples Class and votedto Norwood Phelps of Jacksonville The Arnold and Bradley grandchildren, Chris Spires Chester Wesley his sister! H. Janes. Jr. and son of Co-

Keystone area on Thursday Stevens. Soprano singers that has taken placeon help them with their most' who has spent several Larsons! were gracious hoststo and Patty Fulp, both of Miami Nancy and:! nephew Eddie co! j...

night. Dec 22. Forty-seven were Mrs. Nancy Hendry of|l the little house, located pressing need:!, the Installation weeks in Europe, including/ 35 residents of Lake Geneva Rothhammer spent the New M& and Mis Ernest Mc-

scouts and their lea crs, Mis the Community Church, Mrs. next to the Community of heat. They purchasedthe "oissla. Her topic will be 'Is Mobile Home Park on Mrs. Will Duncun and Year holidays In Bainbridge GolUe's guests last week were

Edwin Nelson and Mi's. Leon- Margaret Pater of St. Wil- Church educational building, heaters and Ed Bennett ODd Dead in Russia?" Christmas eve. It was sort of children Kay and Tony spent! Oa visiting a brother and Arllne Walker of Philadelphia -

ard Jones. participated in j I Hani's Catholic Church, and which was neglected for installed them. H. H. Good I Home Circles of the a housewarming and recep- the Christmas holidays with his family Mr and Mrs. Ray *, Susie Strickland of Miami -

the program. The girls then Mrs. Annabel! Anthony of many years. To our readers win contributed to the pro- Church Women will meet on tion for the Larson folk, who Mrs. Duncuns parents Mr. Wesley and children Eddie's [, Ollie Strickland and

I gathered at the educational', the First Baptist. Church. Alto who are either unawareof ject by supplying the labor January 9 as follows: At had Just moved into their and:! Mrs. W. W. Tanner in parents spent the holidays in Margy Clematlne and two

building of the Community 1 singers were Mrs. Fran the building or its rejuvenation necessary for restoring the 1 :30Mrs.. Bill Schioeder's spacious 20 x 60 foot mobile Palatka Other guests Included Eau Gallle vllstlnu. relativesMr. children Tangy and Cathy of

Church, where they were S Turknett and Mrs. Marie we will attempt to plumbing. Don Pangborn, for I with Mrs. Herman Schroeder home on the shore of Lake Mrs Duncun's broth and Mrs. E. W. Easter-. .Johnson's. Cross ROHJSf. .
I welcomed by Mrs. Bill Beam. ],, Bird of the Community'I tell of Its development.The his contribution, sold the ma- ; Mrs. John Bird's with Geneva Little Miss Ann Lar- er-in-law Mayor and Mrs. ing children. .4 *-

Sr and Mrs. Beam Jr. Hot i| Church, and Mrs. Maureen I Sunday School was terials at discount. Mention Mrs. A. C. Holt; Mrs. Al La- son entertained:! with organ Eugene Walker and family Mr. and Mrs.' Jack Jenkins

chocolate and cookies were 1 Paul of St. Anne's Episcopal, becoming crowded. with must also be made of the gasses! with Mis. Sara Mc- music as the guests Joined in' and Mr and Mrs. Tommy and son. Tommy have moved:! SCHEDULE)

!furnished by the Woman's Church. Pianist was Mrs. classes being conducted In labor that was supplied by Donald: and Mrs William singing Christmas carols Periy and sons. Mrs Duncun to West Florida. We wish ,I OF SERVICES

Club' which sponsors the GuI Gladys Haberstioh the kitchen and any place Miller Wrinkle and his teenage Beam, Sr circle with Mrs. Among the out of town and children left Saturdayfor them much success. II

Scout's program: for the At the conclusion of the one would fit. Parking had class. When the paintingand Robert Ferrell co-hostess, guests were the Arnold Lar I High Point North Car- Mrs. Richard Vouh has 1 PARKof

Keystone area. I musical program an Impressive -, also become a problem, so other minor repairs; have Mrs. Alma Frost The Morn- sons' daughter and her husband olina to celebrate the New had as her guests her nephew -,I the

The Woman's Club held a candle-lighting ceremony the church acquired the corner been completed, the ladles of Ing Circle meets at 9:30: with of Tallahassee. Year In with Mr. Djncun.Mr. his wife Mr. and Mrs -

family!) night supper at theducatloa2 was conducted Each property and planned to the class will take over and Mrs. Elmer Howe chairman. John Hall of Hawthorne, and Mrs. Hu h Sapp John R Hushes! Mrs. Vogh PALMSSUNDAY

bulldlntr! on I hostess lighted a candle and raze the little building in an hang draperies, restore and Mrs Jesse Huckert as Calif spent the holidays with had a family reunion at their ha
Tuesday night, Dec 27. Mrs passed It to the nearest person attempt to alleviate the floors, etc. I co-hostesbei Evening Circles his mother, Mrs. J. B. Hall !' home over the holidays. day visit with her son and i

David Nelson welcomed the t who in tuin lighted the pnrkint problem The Couples This Is truly a case of : Nightingales; meet at and his brother and family Guests Included! Mrt Supp's' family. Dr.. James W. Vogh of 11:00:() A.M. 7:30:: P.M.:

I guests Mrs Arthur Braineid candle of his neighbor. When Class, at the instigationof casting your bread upon the 7:45: with Mrs. Raymond the Henry HallsPOSTMASTERS mother. Mrs Sally Wynn Bai tiesville. Okla I
asked the blessing and then 1 i everyone had his own lighted their teacher, Jerry Cul- waters /and having/ it return Staines; and the Rebrccas VILLAGE: MI' and Mrs. Roland Swann Mrs. Pearl Wlngenbach se-1, THURSDAYS!

hostesses at the individual: ,, candle the hall was darken- boi.son. asked permission to ten-fold, for which the Couples with Mrs. Vann Mllner at 8 Christmas! at Postmasters and daughter Linda of Daytona turned home Wednesday 7:30 I I'..M.FUNDAMENTAL I.

tables introduced both the i I'd and all joined in sinning repair and rejuvenate the Class!: and the teen-age p. m Village was the scene of Mr. and Mrs. Edward after spending the holidays \

out-of-town guests and local the hymn "Blest Be The Tie 1 building and:! permission was class who are now using the PERSONALS .several holiday get-togeth Wynn of Morston, Miss Edwina with her daughter and fam- BilliE TEACHING

friends I That Binds" I granted by the church trus building!! I are truly grateful.As Mr and Mrs. Roy Bridges I ers These retired postmasters Wynn of Daytona, Mr ily Mr. and Mrs. R. J.

_ After dinner. n musical I I It was a most inspiring of now they have not and daughter Marilyn, spenta had a round of activities and Mrs. Ralph George, their tiander and family of os-// All Services Held In The

program, entitled "Lilthtlnll prom am and the Woman's I tees.On weekends and evenings named or dedicated the few days before Christmaswith starting with dinner with the son Tommy and daughter ka. Congenial 1 Atmosphere

; Club wishes to thanks MrsHnberstroh ., you could frequently find the building but Kitty McOlave Mrs. Bridges' mother, Claude Sherwlns. retirees Dorothy Ann of West Palm Mr. and MI's Thomas, Of The Lounge.

I and the vocal- men hard at work. They began has suggested that: It be call- Mrs. R. W. Stuckey, in from Glasgow Ill., who were Beach and Mr and:! Mrs Eu- Chamblee and children spent I

I lists the committee chair with a new roof paintedthe ed "The Jerry Culbeison Annex Stuckey. S. C. They then hosts to Mrs Emily Ison Mr. gene Sapp and family _n _
." since he has been the and Mrs. Rollo Pinar. Mr. I Mr. and Mrs! J. W Sapp ,
.
KEYSTONEHEICHTS. man. Mrs. VValz.: and her outside, put new ceilingsin went on to spend Christmas ,
I I behind the project Vienna N. Y. Jerry Sargent at the home of Mrs
Williams Mrs. E. Raynor. tially painted the Intel'lor.The family the Hill Bran- '
Mrs A. Malmirren. and Mrs.T men most responsiblefor All of which goes to prove I now; in Blirningham' Ala. of! Daytona Beach, and hl1'' Snpp's parents, Mr and Mrs'

Thorwood The club also the work on this project that there aie a lot of won- Mr .and Mrs. George Col- friends from New-; Yoik. F Miller of Hawthorne. I

wishes to thank their members wero D. A tTonyl Baker, Ed deiful' people in Keystone gin joined their daughter On Christmas eve Mrs I Mr and Mrs. Ovid Gano's I LOOKING ?

friends!, and guests for Bennett, Raymond Farris Heights and family, the Jerry days Ison enjoyed a family dinner dau"zhter-in-law.! Sherrie Ga-.
their cooperation and participation Roy Turknett. and Bob of Starke, for Christmas with with the William Warren no of Europe arrived Saturday I

during this festive Mr. Gay's mother, Mrs. O. C. family and the Kenneth t for a few days visit. Mei i

MELROSE : ocr-nsion Pnlatka, and his brother family of Taxewell, TVnn. Oav. in Gainesville I Cooper family at the Warren lisa spent Christmas in St
and returned-
Oul'ont Staff Entertained Ben Mcthvin; 'md family also Dr. Henry Jackson, Jr. of I The William Beams Sr. home. I home Augustine Friday.MI' : I For Income Tax Deductions?
On Christmas div. friends
The special: treat this year of Palatka. With all of that Richmond. Va.. James Conper had:! the biggest surprise Roundtree had
BUSINESS fni, members of the DuPont compuiy WI' me (PI tain that|'' of Ft. LauderJale Robeit"White package of the year when anew of Mis Ison arrived the M Nell ,
her for the holidays ,
I I -'aff and their wh'ewas! attending :Mrs Methvin Is looking!! for- c of Tone Haute. Ind, 12 x 55 ft. mobile home O Hoovers from Rockford. as guests Edward-
the annual Gator I came to them a few days Ohio to sppnd a few dave, a grandson
ward to a quiet beginning/ and Mrs. Crutchfield's brother Robert Roundtree of the Air You can Legally uncover more
DIRECTORYI.' B.>wl game in Jacksonville, the new year! I, and family Mr and :Mrs.J \ before Christmas Mrs. Beam while vacationing In Florida Force Academy In Colorado.a I
on Saturday Dec. 31. Two K. Tiller and sons, Jim performed a miracle as she Mr. and Mi's Merrill Snr-
Airman 2nd Class Frank
bussewere chartered to1mnspol.t readied the new home and gent spenb< a few days before Rrandxon Edwari: J. Wainwright -i "Needles in the Hays-tack" when you
and Gary, of Kingsport.Tcnn ,
Auto? Sales & Service I Nooney, Jr. and wife were, and son Joey of Boston -
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the members from The entire group. and was hostess for a family Christmas with the Bliss
visiting over the holidays Mass. Lt. Comdr. and
SPRING MOTORS Keystone to the Gator Bowl. with Frank's parents: MI'. also Mrs. Crutchfield's son Christmas dinner. Guests Included Sargpnts; in St. Petersburg Mrs. Jack Roundtree and I have aU your cancelled checks on

I' The party then returned to and Mrs. Frank Nooney SI'. Harold attended the Oator the Bill Beam Jr MI'. and Mrs Wm. E. Biker -
and
Complete Service & Parts For Slv's Restaurant where they Bowl family, and a brother of Mrs. and! daughter. Carol, whoIs Robby Cindy Gregoryof
of Lake Bioooklvn. They left game. hand.
Open
checking account
VOLKSWAGEN"If San Francisco a daughter i iMI'S jour (
were served a delicious buffet Beam Sr., John Hook of st.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Crutch- vacationing from Montreat
.today to return J;o .
It's For A ? II1111.0ls'I' I Elsl Orev and son Mike I
VolkswagenWe dinner, before returning!! where Frank Jr Is presently! fleld! and Mr and 'Mrs. J K. Augustine, and his daughter; College, N. C. and son Edwin of Jacksonville. Robert *
a son
Have It. via bus to Keystone Thirtytwo stationed. I Tiller attended the Orange Constance. of Bellmar N. J. visited Mrs. Baker's: par here today!
Awiya Plenty of Good Used couples attended the affair Bowl Two other brothers and their ents. the Davl<-ps. in Leesburgdurini Roundtree of Gainesville;
Nancy Wood, a former resident game. I son and family. Mr. am Mrs!
Volkswagen In Stock
and a Rood time waslepoited On Tupsday of this week families ,joined the Beams for the holidays
_r..n. Cove Spring, *. 284-920!) all. of Keystone and: now Truman Roundtree of Gain-
by New Year festivities' The
returned to : Mr
Harold Snellen and Mrs Mike Baker
AUTO SEKVI6E New Year's Celebration. living In _Ocala was visiting CarsonNewman; College in I Robert Hooks of Miami. and nnd family of Miami spent
with McGlave
Members of the Keystone I the weekend.Kathy over Jefferson City. Tenn. the Fred' Hooks of Jacksonville Christmas with Ins oiients In lisp! Court of the County' KEYSTOKE STATE BANK

KING'S Heights' Volunteer Fire Dept. Keystone. Ifoniry the TiarH.iktis, of Lake Judge, Bradford County,
And their invited guests I Recent guests or Mr. and On visiting the library last Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Lig Genei. n 'lor"I",

_ Service Station gathered! at the Fire House Mrs. Quincy Gaidner were week we were most impressed gett spent Christmas with IN PROBATE..
Mrs. Gaidner's parents, Mr. Member) F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights FI....
USED CARS AT on New Year's Eve to add with the Chilstmas: table Mrs. Llggetfs brother and | In re : Estate of
BARGAIN PRICES their contributions to the and Mrs Joe Hubbnrd of which depicts a beautiful wife, the Harry Patteisons Lola Edwards: Adkina deceasedTo l

climax of 1066 and to welcome Columbus. Kansas.While. the winter scene in the country. of Orlando All Creditors and Presons
ELECTRIC what all hope will Hubbards were here, the two DtNKCTOMirInterdetnonlnatlonal "Your Frtendly\ Hank
we The entire scene is a resultof Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wal- 11 Having Claims or Demands
AND ACETYLENE be a prosperous and success- families celebrated MI'. Hub- the artistic creativeness lenlus spent Christmas In I|! Against Said Estate: In Your "
WELDING:' baid's birthday and the I I Friendly Community.
ful New Year! Dancing of Mrs. Camille Stewart. The Atlanta with their daughterand ,I You and each of you are
MKIJtOSK1IEAUTY: ': 41/\-2111/ games.: and a delicious Hubbards' anniversary. TileGardners' log cabin wagons, figurines family, the Robert Lamberts Community Church Dr i hereby notified find requiredto

SHOP breakfast were enjoyed by younger; daughter. etc. were made 38 years BRO j A. C. H
nil Congratulations are extended Mrs John Allen of Gainesville For those of you who have Friends of Mrs. Mildred ,' Cariom, orga.nistSunday mands which you. or eitherof

KEYSTONEBEAUTY to all of the members! was here for Christ- not been able to see the display King of Keystone Club Estates School 9-33: () a. m you. may have against the ..
and their wives, who contri- mas and New Year's.James Mrs. Helen Lawrence vlll regret to learn that 'Morning! Worship 11 a. m estate of LOIS EDWARDS

SHOPEdith buted to the success of this Beeler was home our librarian has said that she suffered a fall shortly r Nurserr open both hours i i.Presbvterl.n i. DKINS. deceased late of
partvII from Charleston S. C. overthe ... H __ 0___ u_ before Christmas, and raid to the ---".
Johnson/ Owner sne will leave 11 up ior use hope County Countv -
Personal Fit K: N' THERE weekend He was visitinghis remainder of the week. she is getting along well now Judge of Bradford Countv. -

&: Creative It was a happy holiday wife, Martha Susan, of Please be sure to stop by Christmas day for many I I Faith Presbyterian ChurcnR Florkln. at his office in thr I

Hair Styling" time at the Jack Sullivan Staike. and his patents Mr. and see Mrs. Stewart's art., years has been celebratedwith .- < v J R Neale Ji min court house of said County. at r

Individual Beauty Care house on Nelson's Point The :and MI's. James R. Beeler of and also browse through the a covered dish dinnerby I !..te'1-.. W A Willacr or Starke, Florida, within six I

Every Form of! Beauty Culture New Jersey half of the famIly Keystone crest selection of books that a group of retirees from >.lanlst; Mrs. Carl Swisher calendar months fiom the

Open Tues.-Sat. 9-5; who visited for the first Mr. and Mrs Bill Scales ;Mrs. Lawrence has on hand. many states. This year the summer organist time of the first publlratlo-- -

Cloeed Monday Christmas In the new home. and daughter Cindy, and J I would:! like to close this home of Co!. and Mrs. David Sundae School, 9--M -.. m of this notice. Each claim or I

Keyiitnne Height 473-484U Included daughter Kay and Harold!, Scales were in Miami week's column with a message Nelson was the scene of the Morning Worship, 11 a m and shall state the place of

her husband. Art Klelaltenst. :! for the Orange Bowl game i J for" Eric Redfearn who gathering which Included Sunday. (Nui-sery open both I demand shall be in writing

Electrical Sales & Service and their children Mrs John C. Dftweiler of,I is stationed In Hawaii and Mrs John String: houseguest hours. i rtsldence and post office address -I
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Shelby. Ohio.
forrtiPrlv
h n ofl ,
I I James ana Kathy, nom BtJII- I Japan-GO GATORS!11! and cousin of Mrs I of the claimant, ;.ind
Yeoman's Electrical water. N. J. Arriving from this city was! a recent guest -JIm. Nelson, the W. C. Bryons. the -Epl roinl shall be sworn to by the claimant -

Sales & Elizabeth, N J. were tip of MI'. and Mrs Louis KvlePi Axel Malm ere us. Mrs. Alma St. Anne's Rev W. W his agent, or his attornev j I I
Services I I Sullivan's daughter. Virginia. 'lor to visiting! with the Former KHS Frost, Mrs Edna Erickson. Worstall., vicar; R O Copeland and :uiy such claim or demand DOES

> Prlgldalre Appliance ', and Mrs Sullivan's sister. Kyles. MI's. Detweiler had Mrs. Marguerite Orennon. organist! not so filed shall/ be void.

Maytag: Washer Mrs. John Hennessy The only !spent Christmas. with her sand ,' Coach CompletesBasic and Arthur Bralnerd Morning Prayer and Ser /A Z. Adltlns Jr. I .

Zenith and Motorola TV I member of the family family. the John S. Dc- Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Fuller mOon 2na IUMt 4th Sundays! A. Z. ADKINS JR. iTHIS

Slegler Heaters missing was the Sulllvans tweileis of Gainesville Training enjoyed a holiday visit 9:30 a.. m. [nurwry open i As executor of the Last Wl'J';
P. O. Box: 166 Melrose Also visiting. with the Louie Holy Eucharist and sermon and Testament
son. Airman 1st Class John Pvt. Lyndle KiUley, former from their granddaughter.Miss of Lois Ed DESK
Phono 4752311NURSERY J Sullivan. Jr who Is presently -, Kyles were Mr. and: Mrs teacher and basketball Margaret Meiners of 1st and 3rd Sundays' 0:39: A wards Adkins deceased. I

stationed In Olntlie Waldo Page of Cape Ken- Las Cruces N. M M. [nursery open]. ChurclSohool First publication: December
coach at Keystone Heights I COST
I Kansas however a lengthy nedy. High/ School recently completed Mrs Nell Grayson has "returned 9.30: A. M. "Holy Eu 22, 1!J6S. I
Alec Livingston: was visitIng ohaalst. Sam.. each Sunday 12' 22 4t I'I' 13In :
O.C.Carnes Nursery phone call on Christmas day I eight weeks of basic from an extended
with
save him a chance to visit Susan! Hunt and training at Fort Campbell, visit with friend and relatives Evening Prayer 7:30: P. M [ $250
Ultra J 00, FloraL: mn
family of
y Deeifield Beach C'aclSunday.' >>' the Court of the County
with his family. In Miami and Hialeah EYC 6j:: : P. M
Ky. am! is now awaiting orders. -
Miles SE of Starke over the weekend. Alec ; .
Peggy Hewitt a sophomore and A family reunion was enjoyed each Sunday. Tiulge" In and For Bradford,
Nursery Stock -Thousands Susan: who Is a Senior at the Dalijr offices of County, FlorM.i.
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the Christmas
attending University of One of the four honor on day.Mi's Morning Not
of Plants Si Fruit Tennessee University of Florida, attended and Evening In re: Estate of !
is visiting with graduates of his he ; hazel Rodgers! of Lake Prayer. 8:00: A
Trees to choose from. Nice her family. the Carl Hewitts I the Orange Bowl received special company award Geneva \\a llpendnpthe holidays M. and 8:00: P. M.\ Arthur Palp, Deceased. .
Shade Trees. Evergreens name in Miami. We know a with NOTICE OF FILING FE-I
Peggy and her brother Carl from his commander her daughter in
4c Landscape Plants. All on hand to T that they were both pleased company Haverstraw N. Y -Baptist TITION FOR 'FIN.AT.. TMS-!'
were enjoy nnessee's -- --
and also promoted
in containers -plant with the score! was Worsnlp! services : Sunday CHARGE OF :.
any
victory over Syracuse Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Gaunt
from : E-2. While in
t-1; to
On Thursday night of last 11 a. m., 7:30: p. m. (Inurserj
time. Camellias & azaleas. TRIX
.
at the Oator Bowl. enjoyed Christmas with theirson.
Let us do your Lindscaplnf. Spec. 4 Butch Fox has returned week Mr. and Mrs! Don basic training, he was desIgnated R A. Gaunt Jr., and ,open I I.Bund..y I. TO ALL WHOM: IT OUR PRICE IS ONLY $110When
Morgan\ entertained as an acting sergeant School, 9:15
Phono Aft-l-SAB"" I from Karlsruhe. Germany ; membersof family In Jacksonville. a. m CONCERN: ---I
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the Bradford County I (nursery open. Training Un. Notice l Is hereby given

PACKAGE STORE I the Everett to be Foxes with his before family reporting -, School Board, their wives.Mrs. Pvt.Kentucky Klrtley is and a graduateof Western Rue Mr.are and spending;Mrs. George'an extended La-- ion, 6:30: p. m. [nursery open! I have' filed my final you select a desk in the Marnay Signore

i to Ft. Bennlng Ga,.. Morgan's parents. Dr Kentucky University at vacation with Mrs. LaRue's Catholic as administratrix of the Budget Series your desk will have-
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BLUE PINES and Mrs. C. M. Booher. and tate of Arthur Dale, :
Butch and his brother Jim Bowling Green. He Is the mother In Baltimore St. Williams
Mr. Morgan's engineers and son -Fr. Edward A. that I have filed my petitt.Ji 1
Package Store& attendej: the Gator Bowl of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Md. KIrby, 1. Baked enamel finish
office force. The guests enjoyed priest In charge. Mrs for final discharge, and that I I
COCKTAIL LOUNGE game! on E Saturday.The wonderful meal which Kirtley of Route 2, Adatr- Former Keystone resIdents.' E A. Lamm organist. will apply to the Honorable' 2. Chrome plated square legs

Open 9 A.M.-I! P. M. Except and' their T.guest Martin Norma fomlly Val- Included grilled steaks The yule Ky. :Mrs Sam Holland of Jacksonville Sunday-M ss. 7:30: a. m. Theron A. Yaw County Judge 3. Full suspension file drawers

Sunday Morgan home was decorated and Mrs. Ella Andre Monday Inquiry Class. 7 of Bradford County. Florida I
Cane Every Saturday NIgh1 Bowl IdeJulI. atttended the Gator with a holiday theme. I now of Texas. made a p. m. Novena and Benediction. on January 16th. 1967 for approval 4. The newest functional styling
<4< MILES\ EAST OF game pre-Chrlstmas visit with 7:30: p. m. and beauty in
of the you'd expect only
I Mr and Mrs Levllle Rlch- A Classified Ad In the TELEGKU'll snme am: 'or .
KKVSTOVKfrRED': JIF.'OI Mr and Mrs. Jack Meth- their friends, Mrs. Nell final
discharge us much higher desks
priced
nrdson of ,
I Jacksonville Mr brings result
vln had house I IutheranLutheran admlnJatra-j
a full of company I Orayson. Mrs. Dorothy Sherman :
anti: Mis Wendell Cochranof trix of the estate uctU 'lvr '( '"
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!; CARSHanks duringthe holidays of Cincinnati. Ohio Is Church of Key- Date deceased. And the satisfaction of real savings. Tl'jiV7

Guests Included Mrs Methains : Daytona Mrs. C. Beach;M. Booher and Drand visiting In Canada, but plans,i' stone Heights: Vicar Richard December 20th. 1966. I If you're opening a new office or lljARNAY
Used Cars parents Mr. and Mrs., wel'edinner TilE RIGHT POINT for to Meyer, minister; R. d. Cope-
the return for the winter with I / giving the old one a fresh new appearance -
B. R. Haynes of Orlando her guests of.:Mr and I I land, organist. s.Clara Dale I S It! II 0 R E
BIG CASH DISCOUNT Mrs Dan Morgan last Friday way you write. Comn In and her sister. MI's. Orayson. CLARA DALE Administratrix I : come in, see for yourself. 1 .
__ TERMS brother. Rev. and! Mrs R R. night wlwt your favorite KSTKK-: !Mr and Mrs. Stanley La-/ Divine worship Sunday 11 of the Estate of Arthur Dale j
Hnynes, Jr. and daughter Coste a. m. Holy Communion 2nd deceased
entertained the
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BUY SELL TRADERt. I Recent 'uests of MI' and BROOK fountain pen. TELETELEGRAPH. -
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Kyles for Christmas dinner month. THOMAS! & I
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Mr Methvin'n Mi Mrs Tom Crutch-field iniluik'd j I ) County TELEGRAPH
parents I Services held
"tfwy. JOO Arthur Barber, who resides each Sunday 203-5 North Temple Aye,
8 Mile H. Starlie; I and Mrs. L O !Methvin Mi Crutciitieid son.
Cr.uivh
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,- for the Mrs. Marvin Thompson and Mrs. Breeden's mother. Mrs. night. about 30 were present. ployees Robert Myrlctc!; and I Ill. 'I..h* Court Off The CountyJutlKf. ,I
yvyyyyyyyy-yyyyyyyYI ered dish fellowship supper Swans guests ,. I both been Urniirt.nl. c.mint?. Fl..rItlriw -
Saturday evening followed Christmas holidays were family: in Jacksonville.Mrs I L. S- Nelson. and family of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn McRae PERSONALSMr. John Bullard. have I n sVrotm..
by New Years Eve services. their son and daughter-in- Ed Durban wai din- Hawthorne. Terry Bi-eeden visited his father. B. M. Mc- and Mrs. W. L. Bailey given Quality Step Increnaea I In re: ICHtat,. of. ,* I.* MimrUH,

LAWTEY\ CHURCh ACTIVITIES law. Mr. and Mrs. Robert ner guest of her brother and remained for a few days' visit Rae. in Alachua. General Mrs. Eunice Morris and which provide for an. extra U."o..d.T.11. CrpilltoiM' mid. FVi, H..inn
Grace Methodist Sun- Swan and their two children sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. with her grandmother. Hospital Thursday and l'rl- daughter Kathy of Lakelandwere yearly salary Increase. Ha, \'In if {'JIIIIIIK'. M T I>i"uiatulMAirnlnMt ,

Py Enza Blaiwhan day School 0:43: Worship 11 Robbie and Barbara and:! Frank Williams in Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Orlf- day.Mrs. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. "Both employees are to be You and'Htild 'ICHtat fiu':h I.'of von> .uitt I
fls entertained at their Wlllene Foster and commended for their diligence h"roohy l notified. ..tul, I ii,'..dto
n m. and 7:30: p. m.. Prayer Mrs. Robert Swan's parents.Mr. Friday evening. Jr. Green end Hayes family re- it i u''lul i
AAAAAAAA...iAaAAA. devotion to duty. 1 |I".nt zany i luliim,. .uiul 1 ,di. >-
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I Circle Monday 9 a. m. Junior and Mrs. James Sennettall I Friends of Richard Durban home last Thursday night son. David and two friendsof cently.Dr. miintlB which. you.... ...rIlh,-" of
Members c I wth:" >dlst MYP followed by Choir prac- of Philadelphia Pa. may be Interested in knowing showing a movie film of Jacksonville visited Mrs. and Mrs. R. C. Gray Hazen said.Emma you may hay airulnnt. .th. estate
Church Ktith w. .i itn-: I Friday vlistorst of Mrs. MaeB. that his address is: PFC their wedding. Refreshmentswere Mary Freeman Thursday. and family of Jacksonville C. Norman latu *of>f H. .K:,ulil. Spar,,'.,.lIlIly.,I I.,M, ili. .I to,(>.an'tl.I th.-|
tice.First Baptist Sunday Wells were Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Durban RA 1492- served after showingthe Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Addison were Friday night supper i County .111'lIco..r' l Ur.ullnrJ., .

School 10 a. m., Worship 11a Hugh Thompson of Johnson 5 644 TUS LOO Del. NO.4. film to the following Jr. and little son David of guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Dies In BartowMrs. County th, KlorUla./ ," -Url hiuisp,at,, hln,of".rriIn Huhl. .*

m and 7:30: p. m.. Train- City Tenn. and Mrs. James Box 104 APO New York 091.- guests: Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gainesville visited her parents Hicks Sr. County at $tii rk,', Klorlda within 1 -
in'!.: Union 6:30: p. m.. Mid- Warner of Ralford. N. C. 33. Dampier. Mr. and Mrs Clyde Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Mr. and Mrs Clarence Emma Cinderella .siX onlundar ",....nII1M. ft,<,.,"mthtt ,
: time of thor (11'-1 t ""hll.iI t i ii
week services Wednesday Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Mrs W. D. Danson of Oor- Bradley and daughter. Mr. Rosier over the weekend.Mr. Hagan and sons of St. Aug- Norman 85. died Saturday of .thin notice J Ka. )11 ,lulm or.i
j 7 30 p. m.Church Warner are Mrs. Wells' ham Oa.. is visiting Mrs. and Mrs. James H. McCarthyand and Mrs. T. J Forsyth ustine were visiting Mr. and In the Bartow Memorial Hos demand 1 Rhall. I !I... I in writing,
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II i Mrs. Maude Mott of the State Mrs. L. L. Melton last week- native. of and utmll Htatttin' 1,1I.r,
of God Sunday aunts. Mamie Futch. son. Farm announce pital. She was a renldfm and lIst .rru.> 1 > ndrtrosa -
School( 10 a. m., Worship 11 Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter Dale Bradley and Miss Cassandra the arrival of a son. Thomas end.Mr. Lawtey and had been living of the flaltnnnt, and I. haIl I

a m and 7 p. m.. YPE Wed- had their Christmas spent the weekend In Dade Mathena. On Friday Patrick on Jan. 1 in Brad- I and Mrs. Jack McDan-, in Bartow for the past 33 hiM he, sworn.."...nt, to or hy attorney th I *'. < Inix. and,n t.
nesday 7:30: p. m. Prayer family dinner on Monday of City with Mr. and Mrs. L. C. night, Mr. and Mrs. Grtffls! ford County Hospital. Mrs. leIs and family of Tampa years. She attended the Baptist any *.u.<'h "Ialm I 01 demand lI..t
sen'ices Friday 7:30: p. m. last w elc. Those enjoyingthis Smith. were hosts at a buffet turkey Forsyth Is the former Miss were visiting Mr. and Mrs. R.' Church. ..o filed shall AV KpurU.H hi, void.Luln I

Highland. Baptist Sunday occasion were Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Grlffls dinner. followed by games.RAIFORD Virginia Faulkner daughterof J. Williams over the week- Surviving are one son M An Kxecutrtx. $ o>f the Lid
I 1 School 9-45: Worship 11 Mrs. Frank I Dock] Wainwright were visitors over the Christmas Mr. and Mrs. George W. Norman; a daughter \VI11 and. 'L'iNti.in.'iiI, i.r ;S I I'* I

Charley V : 1m.\ .. and 7:30: p. m.. Choir of Memphis Tenn. weekend of her brother- Faulkner. end.Beverly Crawford entered Mrs I. A. Coker. two grandchildren 111I1'k". ""'pulilkiit. o'i1'Ir..t I 1 l'',,>n D..'" 21.
Practice! S p. m. PrayerS Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wainwright in-law and sister Mr. and Friends of Mrs. Ruby Yar- the Bradford County Hos- and one great- !!IU. I
E. <-i'vices Wednesday 7:30.: of Tallahassee Jack Mrs. J. F. Moore and, familyin brough will be glad:!' to learn pital last week for treatment.Mr. grandchild all or Bartow 1. J't' It l-l't!I

The pastor Rev. James Walker -' Wainwright and:! family of their new home. They also that she came home from a and Mrs. Calvin Var- Whidden Funeral Home of I A Classified Ad In tile TELEGRAPH !;
John.Charley. can be heard over the I Waycross Ga., Edward had a visit with their brother By Mrs. Earl Dobbs Jacksonville Hospital Mon nes and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bartow wa. in crtaixe! of :
radio each Sunday 1:30: p. m.' Wainwright and family of Dick Dinkins of Dallas: Phone 496-2801 day. We are glad\; she is home Stone and family were recent rangements ar-I brings results. over station WZOK 1320 on KinRslejp!" Lake and the Texas whom they had not and hope she will soon be visitors of Mr. and Mrs. F

vour dial. James Walnwrlght family. seen for three years. Mr. and' Mr. and ''Mrs. R. A. Brunner able to be about. R. Hayes. -

Glenn Starling who Is stationed Mrs. H. C. Wainwright Mrs. Orlffls and his mother visited relatives In.. Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. Drew Sweat We are sorry to hear that
about this question: aboard the Robert K. and Mrs. J. T. Reddish, were Mrs. R. C. Orlffls visited St. Petersburg several days re visited her brother and fam Oscar Melton is in the Med- Serving Florida :

Huntington In port at Charleston visiting; Mr. Wainwright and MrsFrancis Starling in cently.Mr. ily. Mr. and Mrs. J R. Reeves ical Center at Gainesville 1 Sine 1950 ,
"As an attorney in criminal S. C. spent his holiday Mr. Reddish in the VA Hospital Macclenny on Friday. Mrs. and Mrs. Gerald Orlffls in Hahira. Ga. and Mr. and Mrs Benny Saxon ..

or civil actions, ray leave with his parents.! in Lake City on Satur- Starling and the elder Mrs., and children Debbie and Mike, brought Ramona home. spent the holidays in Pompano CIWlMg & 11.
.' clients are often required Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling day.Mr. Orlffls are sisters. visited vMr. and Mrs. L. J. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Sweat Beach with his father. .

to post a bail bond, re- and Owenn and Mrs. Ralph Se- Lonzo Austin of Daytona. Mikell :Jr. and. family in De- and daughter Ramona. were Vivian Saxon. I --- ...,.,,......,.
V lease-ofattachment bond, Visiting In the H. C. Wainwright crest and children of Colum Beach spent last week with I'[Land Sunday afternoon. I Sunday dinner !guests of her Mr. and Mrs. James r r1Irs.

cost appeal bond. Does home during the holidays bus. Ga. were Wednesday:! his mother Mrs. Alice Austin !Mr. and Mrs. James Croft brother and:! family Mr. and Broome and family of Vero I \ Carolyn Cordially
a or were Mrs.! W. o. Rhoden, overnight visitors of his and his sister Mrs. Bryant and baby of Lulu visited< her Mrs. Willard Oramlln and Beach and:! Mr. and Mrs EavesRepresentative ;
your agency supply the various of Ocala Mr. and Mrs. Clyde grandmother Mrs. W. M. Redding and other relatives. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill family in Lake City.] They Frank Williams and family I I I I
Welcomes
kinds of judiciary Walnwrlght of Eaton Park. Reddl h. They were return- Mrs. Hattie Darley. Miss Sapp and other relatives here were met there by another ''of Gainesville were the dinner ,

bonds' Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. L. L. Ing from visiting his mother Sinna Prescott, Mr. and Mrs. Monday.Mr. brother. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn guests of their parents I Ph. 961.1211 II Y.u and Your :
Wainwright of Tallahassee. MJ'& W. M. LIghtfoot In Ft. ir W. Bennett Joey and and Mrs. John Freemanand 'Gramlln and family of Tal- Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Johnsonon 122 N. Kay St. YOill'Ne"
to
E. Johns Mrs. Patricia Waters of, Pearce and on their way Nancy were Christmas dinner chldren of Melrose visited lahassee.HAMPTON. Sunday. Stark Family
i Jacksonville. home. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mrs. (Mary Fremam'Sunday.Mr. I I Horn
I Friends of Bill Patrick will Darley and children In and Mrs. Jack Cason of QUARTERBACK CLUB
Agency I Mrs. O. J. Phillips has returned be pleased to know that he Starke. Ormond Beach visited relatives VVVVVYYVVYyyyyyyyy' TO MEET MONTI.\Y I
S. Walnut St. from a visit with her State of FloridaIt
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sister and brother-in-law Mr. appears to be getting on Mr. and Mrs. Raymond here Sunday. The Quarterback Club will
PHONE 991-0201 nicely after undergoing sur- Suber of Jacksonville and !Earl Dobbs accompanied Mr. meet Monday. Jan. 9 at 7:30:
In MI- Yon Feel Welcome and
Hinote Make
and Mrs. L. H. Is Our Ueslr To
and
gery in Orange Park Hos, Mrs. Lonny Craft and chil- and Mrs. Don Newman p. m. in the BUS gym. \I
ami.Mr. I dren of Gainesville were -visiting children of Starke on a visit By Mrs. Mary WUllazns4AAaA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA To Acquaint You With 'Your City.If .
and Mrs. Thomas O. pital.Mr. to Mr. and Mrs. L. J. 'Mikell
Pear- Steve
and Mrs. Eugene!: Mr. and Mrs. Postal EmployeesAre I
I, son of Gainesville spent Starling duringthe week. Jr. and family in DeLand Sun : you are new in the area, a phone
Monday with their son-in- The Dinkins family cele- day afternoon. ; CommendedAs
law. and daughter. Mr. and brated the New Year with a Mr. anal Mrs. Don Alvarez:' WCINCR KO\ST call will bring you a prompt Tisit
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Mrs. Tom Tatum. Jr. family get-to-gether at the had as guests Monday. Mr. and The Intermediate Class a result of the good '!'
Mrs. Giles1 Tompkins and famIly work done which enabled the from local hostess. Please (fireher \
: James Eunice of Atlanta. home of Mr and Mrs. lee entertained the Young People 1 your
STARKE-PHONE 961-2600 of Jacksonville.! Starke Post Office to receive, I't
of the Baptist Church at
Ga. left Monday after spend- Cotton on East Lake. There a '
Grlffls I call! She has and
Mr. and Mrs. Ruffin two citations recently for the a maps many
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-PHONE 473-3176 ing the holidays:! with his were about forty family con- had 'Sunday guesta their weiner roast on Saturday I
as excellent condition of the
parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. nections for this happy event children Mr. and Mrs. Junior night at the home of their free and wonderful gifts for you
building and grounds Postmaster -
Eunice. On Saturday Mrs. Including Mr. and Mrs. P. L. teacher. Mx a. Jinle Hicks.I ,I
and
Waters and children, Mr. T. C. Haen announces \ -,
Rental Services Eunice vllsted her brother J. Dinkins. Mrs. Marvin Tucker and family Games were played and that his building em-' from local businesses.

T. Godwin and family In Mrs. A. C. Pearce. Mrs. Se- and ''Mr. and Mrs. Eugene ,

V HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS Gainesville be Harris were visiting Mrs. Griffin and family, all of Jack -.. ._ n ,
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Orlffls spent Grace Norris in Lacrosse one ;: : -
CRUTCHES I Mrs R C. sonville r
last weekend with her son- day this week. Mallie Grlffls and Volley
Inand daughter. Mr. and Mr and Mrs. James Oas- Griffis celebrated their 65th

--'- kins visited Mr. and. Mrs. E. birthday! Sunday with a family AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYAir
"I- ----- C Wright in St. Petersburg.\ dinner at the home of Mr. and

Their son who had been visiting Mrs. Mallie Griffis. It was alan

: came 'home with them. the birthday of their grandson
IMPORTANT NOTICE Mr. and Mrs. R. E Lee Ricky Ellington.Mrs. .
John and Karen were In At- Myrtle Sapp had as Conditioning-Heating CHAIN SAWS I LADIES WEAR Office Equipment

lanta last week where they guests Wednesday hrough Sunday .-
V TO TAX PAYERS AND PROPERTY OWNERS\ visited Mr Lee's brotherinlaw her children. Mr. and Mrs. I Hancock Office
and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Culver and son. Randy, j I RUSS PIKER A. & J. Saw Cherry'sGainesville's

R E. English. On Christmas of Atlanta. Ga. Most Fashionable EQUIPMENTSmithCoronaAuthorIzed
day the Lee family Joined Mr. and
: According: to Sec. 7, Article 10, of the Fla. Constitution other members of Mrs. Lee's as guests last week, her nieces Heating & Air Conditioning DltESSESSUITSCO.TSMA I Dealer
Joe Anderson Mgr.
family for the family ftet-to- (Misses Brenda and Karen METAL WEAB&CCESSORIES
SHEET
Every person who has bee n receiving homestead exemption irether at the home of her Royals of Lakeland. Homelite Chain Saws Clary-Victor-TotallyAdding
brother-in-law and sister Mr 11'11'' and Mrs. John Green R.*ldental Commercial 7 W University, GainesvilleMOBILE Machine C&1cuJoIIitonS
; and those expectin g to receive it for the first and Mrs. James W. Tresca In Sapp visited\ Ralph Merritt In Industrial SALES &. SERVICE -SERVICERENTALS
Jacksonville. About 23 relatives a Jacksonville hospital Sunday Repairs & Parts All Makea SAVE; TLVC Dtoctua ;your
': time, should, without fail, sign the application on or were' there for the hap- afternoon.Mr. 8aleJ.oataUatl0r-.8ervloe GRAVELY TRACTOO HOMES I requirements with u* first

before April 1st of each year with the Tax Assessor.The py occasion. returned and Mrs.to Jim their Behuma homein 1702 N.H. 19th Dr. SALES & SERVICE 'I I 328 N Main Phone St.376-53S1 OainesvUl
The Lees were dinner have Gainesville 372-0714 MUSTANG
2022 N.E. Blvd. Gainesville
Homestead Law Provides that a person MUST be a Resident of the !guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cho- Chicago after a. holiday Phone 372-3388

County six months prior and a Resident of the State twelve months prior Inack In Jacksonville 1. on and visit Mrs.with Raleigh her parents Dennison.Mr. &.TjO: SALES&SERVICE 'I Just Off Waldo Road I Mobile Homes, Inc. I PAINT & GI..A8SLiddeU

to January 1st of the year in which he claims the homestead Exemption Sunday January Mrs. Beadle Rhoden had as PUODUC'lsi': Gainesville's Discount t Mobile

AND no person is entitled to the Exemption when he votes in a County ryYYYTTTYYYTYYYTYYYTYYTHERESSA New Years guests her children CONCRETE Hume Sales Let. Paint &

or Precinct other than the one in which the property Is located. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth I Jeep Jeepster INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Purchase discounts! on. entire Glass Co.
and of
family
Thompson chain guarantee huge savings
CONCRETE PRODUCTS
: Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Family of 4 Wheel Drive tnirsMiV.
Listed below the classes of for which the ARE THE BEST FROMEdward's KYAMZE PAI4TSGlassMirrorsSlidIng
are property Johnson and family of :Madi- I :MOON CAI'KLLAPACEMAKER -
By Becky Nwwham RAMBLERSALES \ Doer.
: Taxpayer SHOULD file his return: son.We BuildingSupply : ; Tub Enclosures-Shower Door
to learn 'that
&44AAAAAAAAAAAAAASWhOPE are glad i i I Used ''Mobile Homes -- Low
a Mrs. Ruffln Grlffls Is home AND SERVICE I Inc. Priced. With approved, credit -WindowsAwningCarpetWaiipaperStmrefron -
REAL ESTATEYour BAPTIST CHURCH after several days illness in I low HH $100 clown.' &
Sunday. Jan. 29. Is Mission Ridgway Motor Co. Consultation.
Bradford County Hospital. 723 S. Maln3724814GAINF33V1LLE. 4830 N.\V. 13th St. 441 North
Sunday and envelopes will be and iMrs. Nelson! Thorn
Land Plus IMPROVEMENTS Mr. I Gainesville 378-1348 118 NW. Sixteenth Si.
provided for donations to! the ton and family of High Springs 1132 S. Main FLA" CALL COLLECT GAINESVILLE 372-8191
mission of your choice. visited '!'Mr. and Mrs MallieGrlffls Gainesville 872-8433<<
The New Life Bible Club Sunday. ELECTRIC MOTORS
I GLASS
PERSONAL PROPERTY will meet again for the first Carlos Orson of Georgia :MotorcycleaSrooteraStreit's !

V time since the Christmas visited his mother and Mrs. BRASINGTONtiAIILLAC.OLISMOIIILE ELECTRIC I
Stocks of Merchandise, holidays on Monday Dec. 9. Nolle Cason and his sisters University Glass
school. and, family : Bicycle Shop
at the church after Mrs. Cassia Alvarez
Equipment and Furnishings, 4" Remind your boy or girl to and Mrs. Oaklee Alman. Inc. Motor Repair Co. & Glazing Co. Inc.IIRItOIt."I

Machinery Livestock Boats & Motors VS 'ge* of ..!.liaJt>us fit the church. Mrs. Wayne Jones and SALES & SERVICE Of OaKnesville, Inc. HONDA MOTORCYCLES .
"
and also to take along a thtir.btc.: > > < Kathy and :JoEtte,
\
S :
Tractors Farm visited her Pine Selection of Used Cars ftepa1rlngJWwlnd1nCNew Cushman &: Vespa Scooter
Equipment Bible. of Jacksonville
,
Taken On Cadillac Trades and Used
Sunday School 10 a. m.I aunt Mrs Oaklee Altnum DucatiRSAZiindappMotorcyclessales AUTO GLASS
Household Goods and Personal Effects ((1st $1,000 val-
11 m. Wednesday.
GUARANTEED
Morning Worship a. 2001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 441 WORK
& Service Tub Enclosures" Shower
uation exempt) Training Union 6:30: p. m. Mrs. Earl Dobbs and daugher PHONK: 37H-S301 1030 S. Main Oaln nrUla

Evening Worship 7:15.Wed: Beth, and Paul Estes of Phone 3T2-8318 SCHWINN BICYCLES Doors Store Front
Serviceat Hampton visited Mr. and Mrs.
nesday night Prayer
U INTANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTYThis 7-30: with choir practice Howard Register and family in CRANEI.COLNMERCURy Locksmith & Safe Work 1319 S. Main Gainesville
after service.I'ERSONitLS. Lake City Sunday night. Farm and Industrial
Mr. and Mrs.. V. G. Hall and Equipment 818 W. University Ave. 376-0031

includes: Bank Deposits, Cashier's and Certified Mr- and Mrs. Jimmy Swin family of Orlando visited Mr. Gainesville 376-7761

checks, bills of exchange, drafts and money placed with I dell.and and daughter Mr. and Edna Mrs.of Oreen H ll- and Sunday Mrs. Don night Alvarez and and Monday.Mrs. f tunly -. OOS Aufchorhod.. University Salee l ft Oainwvtll: Service Santa Fe Tractor, TILES & PAINT

savings, building and loan associations. bronn Springs and Mr. and Nancy Thompklns of CYCLERAMAMotorcycles FIXNTKOTE TILE
Orlando visited :Mr. and :Mrs.: Phone 3724351Crane's Inc.
Swindell of Pa-
Mrs. Kirby
: All stocks, or shares of incorporated or unincorporated ]latka were recent guests of Drew Sweat and family Sun : VlnjIlnjl A he..tOll"phalt
day night. Imports FORD
: companies, all bonds except bonds of the United States Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swin- Friends of Bob Taylor will YAM: .Mil Floor Finishing Produ.ctaRPET
to learn that he has been Volvo Farm Tractors & Implement
dell.Dale regret (Mercedes-Seres: ) .
a Government and its agencies and all notes, accounts Bradley. a senior at 111 at hla home for several FIAT-HILLMAN\ Ford Industrial Equipment nilSALES W (Ki\

: and bills receivable mortgages on real and personal prop- Bob Jones University his In days.Mr. USED EQUIPMENT ACCESSORIES SERVICE WALLPAPKItTenney :
Greenville S. C., visited and Mrs. Leon D. Stanley 2201 N. Main Gainesville

.: erty situated outside of Florida, annuities, etc. during parents the the Christmas Clyde Bradleys.holi Jr.his and mother sons of Mrs.Pensacolaand Alzy Phone 372-4373 ,i SALES PICK UP- PART& DELIVERY SERVICE I 615 \V. Cnlvrslty 378-2X11 Galnf's\'lUei Tile & Paint

.. days. Also visiting the Brad-. Thomas of Hawthorne visited 4438 N.W. Sixth Oaln..n1l. "" 2223 N.W.
deys was Miss Cassandra j Mrs. Mary Phone 376-2548: MOVERS Gainesville 378-13O3
All the above are Due On or Before April 1st of Each Mathena bride-to-be of Dale his Freeman grandmother.and his uncle and Beauty Academy -

Year.We Bradley. aunt Mr. and Mrs. Earl' GARDEN SUPPLIES TRAVEL
Sympathy Is extended to Dobbs. Long Distance :Moving\

encourage you to work with us on these forms"" and to contact us on Mrs. Walter Swindell in the Mrs. Oaklee Altman spent POWELL'S Local Drayage House of Travel

any problem that you may have. In the past years our county has &grown:: loss of her father Frank Saturday night with her Johnson & Paris Inc.
and expanded economically, all of this has increased the demands of all Burdette of Charleston W. nephew Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beauty AcademyLearn Storage Packing: Crating KXC.

Tax supported agencies in the County. The only way we can meet these Va. funeral The Swindells In West attendedthe Virginia.Mr Cason and family In Jack- Complete Line of I Shipping i I AIRLINEs!

demands is by a Uniform System and close:. relations with you. the Property sonville. Profesjloa In Tour SEEDSPLANTSZ.naecticldePet II I STEAMSHIP!
Brln-
and Mrs. Homer
Mrs. Joan Richardson and Spars Tim. Full or Part Time : I FREE: ESTIMATES C LLHILL'S R. R.t
Owner. We respectfully ask 'our whole hearted cooperation. dinner
) son had Christmas three children of Jacksonvilleare SnpitawFERTILIZERS Hotels! Car Rental IJI!
with their brother Barney spending several days DAY &: EVENING CLASSES'I i MOVING No Charge For Our Service'

GENE LONGTax Brlnson, then visited during with their aunt. Mrs. Oaklee Low Tuition Term 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Weekdays" 8:30: to 5M:
the afternoon with the Dev-
Altman.Mr. 224 N.W. Sth Avt. I & Storage Inc. Sat. 9 to 12.
ricks on Bedford Lake and and Mrs. Marjell 218 N.W. 10th Ave. ,
Assessor the Richard Cobbs on Crystal Dobbs visited their brother- PHONE 372-0471 8540 N.E. Walilo! Rd. 3415 W. University AT.

Lake. in-law Amos Carlton In a Gainesville 378-2764 Oalnemvill.. na. Gainesville; 372-4271 Gainesville 378-16

Mr. and Mrs. Billy Breeden Palatka hospital Thursday =
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fF ..aw.."".."".....1.n cusion were( Mrs. Padgett and I Blanton's parents.Mr. Cabinet Allocates I II I H ::10,p, m.Tliiiivilay.'.: J.uiuary 12 Auxiliaries ST. DWARD'9!!! CATHOLIC I Morning Worship, 11 a m BETIIM.: BAPTIST CIItit'H: :
' STAKKE Training! Union. 7 Evening !
unutluT daughter Mis. Alice and Mi's. Lyle Sc-hmcll I ; meet at church :3:30: p. m Sunday School. 10 a. m
Laurel Bay. Money For Area Sunday Mass. 9- 15 a. m Service: 8 p. m. Hov. Morning\ Worship\ 11 a., m.
HAXVILLE, 1 EIII\ Hacks. Among the 87 on and daughters of CHURCH ,> in Visitation 7:00: p. m >
hand for the celebration S. C. have been guests of Mr. Training CenterThe Tuesday-Novena and Benediction Lucy Conway. pastor Evening WOI hlp, 7:30: p. m.Prayer .
nnde
were Air. and Kirs. Mlllard and Mrs Buford Illsglii- j HEWS I FIRST CI1KISTIAN 7 p, m. Inquiry Class, I CIlVRt'II OF UUD Meeting, 7:30: p. m.
By Mrs. A. C. Slade CIU'RCII STAltKK 8pm. Wednesday. Rv. W. UNewmaru
r. Strickland. botham. State Cabinet has allocated 422 N. St. Clali- St.. !BUtrke.
.d Phone 2894491FAMILY PERSONALSMrs. I Rev. and Mrs. Jack Waters $109.184 for construction I Sunday School -9:45: a. m.1 Thursday and Friday" Sunday School. 10 a. m. ), pastor.NORTHSIDE .
[C.) )0 ,
a. m.
Mass, 7:30: a. m
e-
or AAAA4A&4&4&.A James Coleman entertained and family of Davenportwere of a Bradford-Union 11AYI KMS:! III4ill\V.\V' Morning Worship. 10:45: a I Worship Service: 1 a. ni. and BAPTIST
and school students -
with a Christmas\ recent guests of Mrs. County Area Vocational( llil'TIST: C'IIt'U1I I m. Cliristii.i Service Hour for grade high[ I 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday'
:.: : ICEUMON )I.Saturday I. Located on Haynes:! party honoring her Sunday Dorothy Waters and have Technical Training Center In Sun le Mrs. Ions Mae I Mass .9 30 a. m way FSR 225 lat RalfoH 1 toad
,-aMl Padgett entertained School class. Refreshmentswere now moved:! to North Carolina Starke. Approval was crvrn :Morning Worship'' 11 .m'l Youth Choir Friday, 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L. S.

,'w with a family reunion served! : to the guests where Rev. Waters will !: at a meeting! of the Cabinetin Training Union, 6 p.m. Practice 3:3Q: p. m. Fellowship HEIMlltONN: D.VPTIhl, i I Williams pastor. I ISR 16)) Services: Sunday/
I
at her home on l\1m-1: after a number of games and [ be pastor of a church and Tallahssee] !! last week. j Ing Service 7 p.m. ] ) Supper, 6:30 )p. m. MidWeek School 9:45: a.Morning > I School 10 a m. SvjndavMorning
Sunday
:I; day. Dec. 28, honoring contests had been enjoyed,' will continue his studies Total cost of the first!! Meeting, Wednesday 7: I'myel'l Bible Study, 7:15: p. m. Worship, 11 a. I i I FIRST I'RESHYTEItlAN: Worship 11 a m
,n son-in-law and daughter, Mr. I' I I' I Adult Practice 8:00 u. Sunday SChoul, 0:4)): a. m. Training; Union, 6:30: J> m.Evening .
or and prizes awarded to the Judy Covey of Jacksonville I phase of the institution is Everyone welcome. -- Rev. M. Choir : p Training Union 6:30< and
Mrs. Kenneth Mearks of I winners. spent) several days recently set at $323.000. David ''Mederloua\ pastor I m. Evening Service 7'IO: ( Mid Morning Worship' 11 a. m.
; Ca11fo nta. This was the first Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m. Week Prayer Service, W nH-
Ban-! with her \
grandparents 111'.1Rnd
j :Mr. and Mrs. Royce I The (center will be located! week Prayer Service 'c00: p. '
Ii time the Mearks family have 1 ton spent the holidays in Mrs. Frank Brown.Mrs. I I i on portion of the former MADISON: STREET: BAYLESS I"". m. Wednesday. -Troy Johnson Choir Practice Thursday 7:30P. : day 7:30Rev.: Olenta Law-

I d, been !in Jacksonville for 21 Surrency Oa with Mrs.! I Bill Robinson of Illl- !i Conway Airport ]property: BAPTIST CHURCH I BAPTIST CHU.-.CII I pastor. m. hon pastor.CALVARY .

., years. Hostesses for the ocThat's- hard recently underwent' ear property purchased by the Opportunities. of Worship: I Sunday: School. 10 1m.. KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST:

surgery in Jacksonville! and! School Board last year. Bids 1 Sunday, January 8Sun- SMYRNA MISSIONARY
i MorningVorshlp' 11 School 'J1J.. n
Sunday
\ ) a, m BAPTIST CIICRCn -
'I 1 visited her mother. Mrs. will]) be called for early next day School 0:45: a. m- Worship BAPTIST ClItTKCII
t GLASS t Our Business i ,r I Training Union, 8 p. mI Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Worship. 11.., m.
: Dorothy) Waters after being month. 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. )33) W Pratt St. Sunday W30
'I I Evening Service 7 p. m Morning Woranlp 11 a. m Training Union. p. m.
released from the hospital i Ti lining! Union 6:15: p. m. services: Sunday School 10 a
"I. Everyone welcome.Rev.. M Training Union 8:30: p. m. Evening Service, Tf8. PraywMeetliiff
-If It's Class' We Have It" I I
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Bevis WMU Circle 7:15 pIm
| Prayer : Train-
E. E. Strickland David Medelroa pastor m Preaching 11 a. m. Evening Worship, 7:30.: Pray WednowdaM. 7:30: p.m. .

: CALL WRITE or VISIT and family: of Jacksonville, I I Ing Union.! 6:15: p. m. Evening er Meeting, Wednesday 7:30.: -Rev R. H. BuiDea pastor.AIRPARK .
Funeral l
Services
- FOIl ANY GLASS NEED former Maxville residents Wednesday January 11 -I ASSEMBLY! OF (OD Worship, 7 7 p. m. Everyone -Rev. Jim Rigdon ]pastor.

were recent ,guests of Mr.\ Held Saturday Prayer anti Praise Service, unVAY ChfAPELWeldon welcome. Elder T. C. Wil Ui\PTISb.

We De'lI'f.'l1Iodprn! '' !\ Store Fronts I an-1 Mrs. Joseph Lucas. j I 7:30.: Church Choir Practice! St. and Ralford llama pastor. BO\TI>RAIN BAPTIST Sunday School, 9:45.;: m.

;w- Just Mail Ua A Pattern Foe Holiday !guests of Mrs Ernest Earl Strickland, 48 1'I Road. Sunday School 10 a.nx- Sunday: School 10 11., m. Morning Worshlti, 11 a. m.
_ 1 LAURA OIPTlS'lSunday
Dorothy Waters Mr.\' of stnrke. :lIed Tuesday Deo. e.nV' '+'.''''.vvttnvu.v' Morning Wornhlp.' 11 .a. m. I Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Evening' 'Service '(:'30 p. m.

Tops : 1ldrensofBNew Orleans Loa 27. after a brief illness./ He I I Evening Servlc!. 7 p. School 9:13: : a m. Training Un'oti' 6:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting. V fedncoad/iy,

SHEA'a'; : I was: born in Starke on May Tuesday Prayer Me<- Morning Worship 11 a. m.t1nR Evening Worship. 7:30.: Prayer 7::30 p. m. '.L'l'al1l1ng Umon.P'I'lday. ,
:Mr and Mrs. Richard N'sr- I Bayless H Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m Wednesday 7'30
Meeting.
: 1918 the of the late 7:30: Thursday Young
/ 118. son sway p. m. 7:30: p. m. -Ret E. I*
I t. GLASS CO. man and(! sons of Highland.Mr I George W. and Cora. Huston People's Meeting 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday. p m. -Ret. R. E. Bergstrrim,
Ortffln,
I I pastor.
I
and Mrs.! Roy Waters 7ao:: p. m -ReLuther Me- I'AAtor.
Leroy Lit htsey.
Strickland and was a member Pastor
I By Mr.] O S.Mr. Crest. ... .
and! L mtly of Jacksonville: Gee, pastor.BROOKEIt
1313 N.\\ ith PI. Gainesville.: Fla. Phone Flt2.t: :51a :J mrl other nearby relatives of the Baptist Church. ,.. ......."..."."........ I II LONG mtlDGE BAPTIST PINE LEVKb RAPTIST!!' HOPE BAPTIST!' CHURCH

Surviving! are his!!! widow I CIUTIICHSur.dav BAPTIST Sunday School 10 a. m (Highway: 100 at. Thereraa]

Rosemary Strickland: three and Mrs. Jerry Dyal' Sunday School 10 a. m Morning Worship, 11 a ir Sunday Schtiol 10 a. m.
ifaushters, Mrs. Evelyn were hosts at barbecue/ School 10 a, m.:
Automotive : a Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Pre-Services Booster 1 Dana Morning Worship 11 a.
I Goodman toth of Starke.' I chicken supper Saturday: ,horning Worship JIll.. in. Training Union 6:30: p. m Young People and' Pray.Servicel m.

Course OfferedAt and James!!! Haralson of Oer-,I night for the Young Peoples: Evening Worship( 8 p. m.: I Evening Worship, 7:30.: Pray 1. 6 p n... Evening| Training: Union -8:30: p.

r 1.9 SFJCA m ,nv two sons. Oennjp" \ 'I, Sunday School( Class. Among Prayer Meeting. Wednesday I Meeting]\ Wednesday, 7:30: Worship 7 p. m Midweek | m.
Strickland of Starke and those enjoying/ the evening 8 p. m.; Sing each Friday all( I Service. Wednesday 1:30: p Evening TOccnhip 7:15m. :

comprehensive course on James Strickland, with the' with Mr. and Mrs. Dyal were 8 p. m. Bev. Harvey lane, t' UF.UAS 1\\I"1'T19 tboker) m.-Rev. D. I. Ramsey, ]pas: I .

f .mtomotlve engines will start U. S. Armv in Alabama: one Mr. and Mrs. Don Newmans' pastor. I Sunday( ", School to" m. tor. Wednesday: 'might Prayer

I brother, Raleigh Strickland, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ellx-
.Innunrv 24 at> Santa Fe Junior -
College" In Gainesville. Starke three sisters, Mrs. son. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sapp]: I

Pear Fehr West Palm Mr. and Mrs. P. a. Smith I.[. I
Covering all aspects of
Bench: Mrs. Cora Belle( Me- Mrs.. Harold Crews, Mrs. Ru-
m i mr iMintnr overhaul\ andiiitnmntive .' ;I An investment in Your Future
Peak. Oreen Cove Springs -folph Sapp and Gerald Nor

'" techniques, the and 1\f1'\ ,.. Marie Bahme. Mill- man. Games were played
lr 1 -1 1 1 1raj "ciiursn+ Is own to individualswith "
a town. N. J. Also survivingare the r ft
during .
evening.Mr. / i
no previous automotive g l
seven grandchildren.Funeral and Mrs. R. B. Crosby' ml11 CDiCi3 f Tl
-nlninn!( or experience and 'Iiut
services were hE'ldat and children were visitingMr.
.> also set up; to provide up- *-* > .
; 2 p. m. Saturday. DPP 31. and Mrs. Bobby Crosby I tal to ..
udlnu! and updating the
''
in Jones Memorial Chanel 'In Gainesville! Friday night. ,
f-alnlnu of qualified mechan-
with Rev Walter Lee offlrlntin Friends of Mrs. Coleman,
tl' ii/ '
*. Interment was in the Padgett will be Interested to' .. .. ..- ... .
Interested\ persons may family plot in Klngslev Lake know that she !is a patient in "
:1 11A >ntnrt the Instructor Char4 I "
Cemet"
4h M w under the direction A In chun General: Hospital
>! Bush it the shop build- of teWltt:) C. Jones Funeral ; We wish her a speedy rwov-!' '' There is a reward at the top of '

in, i5!!; S E 2nd Place, .lust Home.
I I eiy.
rio" si l ol the< old post office!
wish her .
a speedy l'PI'Vt'I'Y.LIHle )
bulldlm,: In Gainesville at 7 Misses Lisa And THE CLIMBTlw

s ;;i m Tuesday. Jan. 10. NOTICE: OF Marlene Smith spent Sunday'
The class will Tuesday '
meet
STOCKHOLDERS
4. I e 1 ( vrb and Monday with their uncle]
and Thursday nights :MKKTINGStockholders: ; and aunt Rev. -and Mrs. W. .

from 7 to 10 n m. for a p<> %-I of the Community P. McElrov of Lacrosse.Mr. .

ort! of 'n weeks. Registration State Bank of .. and Mrs. Pete Merle- f

fee la i ; $::1) Starke Stark! Fla. will hold Iras of Perry and Mr. and

h + +' Foi ., ntiniiHl' Informat ;I, their annual meeting on January Mrs. Sam Medofrns! of Oilnesvllle If ,t tr

t ii-i ,IiI E'lwin: B Turlinnton.dl'iT'tur / I I 14, 1067 at 12 noon at were!! dinner quests of

\ of 'oc Uionnl ert ifittlr.p i- the banking house of the their parents rtev. and Mrs JI Fs,

it SF.ro. Gainesville Community State Bank I
: Dave !Madeiras.Misses .
.
.J. '478-5311.: extension, 4S: I Stal ke. Fla.. 1,5,, 2t 112 1 Janice and LnrlndiMctlcirns. k.
_
__ i. I 'Sue C'rosby'' Rev. '" a r

SFNIOR Dave Me '
-- --=- elnis and RogerKelly

and Mike Conner were

I BusnJ DIRECTORY I CITIZENS dinned I PrHay.visiting The relatives, Misses. In Mcdrlra.1 Perry! '


JACKSONVILLE !" of The the second Bradford annual County Senior and weekend Sue and Crosby were spent accompanied \ the- th : '

Citizens Club will be held Srq

at 0 I p. m. Tuesday.: Jan 10, i home Sunday by Mr. 11// nr hi f tJ:}
I I and Mrs. Pete Mwlelras. .
ANTKU'ES} IANOSOUGANSI 1 ;
i at Lee's Restaurant corner
II I FLOOR COVERING I Mr. and :Mrs. Jack HicksJr. i 'L
Pratt St. and U. S. 301. \ q I
i' and family were guests of \NTNf4 t )'
.
Installation of officers for Y
ANTIQUES Looking for I I A rlamlln Plane* the year 1967 will be con his brother-in-law and sister.Mr. t pg 4J ,

Bought-Sold--Appralsad betttr carpets? directionof \ and Mrs Harry Faulkner l1Sw n" {
FurnitureChinaGlare811verBrass00 1, I I Hammond Organs ducted under the Sunday afternoon. ; i '>a JI4hwSw{ i .. :

Paintings visit /"-) } Gene. Rayburn: recreationdirector. Mr, and Mrs. Emmett Lyons I .a. .,L.ti"WC :A'ShVY.. '4," t 1 :o... ..wkswi+wvrnirr.eq01

"b.:::::Jr Magnavox Organs and diiiRhter Miss Beverly V 1N '
One Piece lion... Full There will be no business
| or a "You Oft A Gaud! Deal. At- Lvons of Jacksonville I Tlw Dunk h Wl ofpomwd' aIa, to all t
324 HOGAN, Jo.'o.. .. meeting and members will Even when!! you know t1ul proper way to 'climb with
ton
spent the weekend with their world lor iptndinl tic kruwltiiH rf NU
Ina Ward conclude the evening at the 4 1r
Antiques brother and sister-in-law ill to monwid ol Hll d.mand to n"e.le.pad skis and. the way np becomes easier it till exerts yon. .
If EAmAm: : 1 Florida Theatre to enjoy a
1C72::: Bt. Johns Ave. fliJA p1 p1l's. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lyons. i I. Hid to., by lonlni bn Might,. Without r
F. O. MILLER t"p movie kindly donated by Mr Ih. to..I aomm.- However, the way In I mad! even leas of an effort when r0
Mrs. Allen Hull! of Jacksonville Vj the tinindicif h j
Jacksonville 387.1379 For Best In hearing/ SeeSONOTONE- I '00 O with : cMfir w adhq l a aar think of the rewarding ride down.
spent Sunday
Cull ColletAuto ; .. thmt/ of Tl; l imm Sinn ltd- Our next meeting/ will be '' and IM hMdMm wWih M bald m tA1Jp yon
her sister and brother-in-law,
held at the Recreation Center QQ ..KI|. THtrifeft., .ma t/
__ Mr. and Mrs. L A. Crosby. Ira viH tmviloblf The reward of an eternal life with God hi easier tttill
Sales & Service Jacksonville at 7:30: p m. on January }4 Iran.wMili piinl, it rho,a.th.sld wpprtHi. 1.
OF I.\rKSONVII.I.K!' :. : 23. We are glad to see Mrs.Rubye ; .Oiunk, f Iw llit wki d NM altos d All.because it i hi a gift 2+
I, I Dickens Is ah'e to be
-Joe Kerrigan, Reporter; ';:t NM mi Ml !rani,. l r< l ad, haa.ra,
VVESTSIDEVolkswagen "The Strongest and Smallest SEWING MACHINES home from' the hospital ll.i era, Melee Oauli W* W Bid pakga. i For the nagnt o}tin Si rfnart; but t tM gift ,,/ Coil u #

Hearing, : Aid In the World" VA RegulationsAre Sunday Dinner guests ofj;'' 0 MM hank kMouu II Hlh Ik. tralk >kMniM'l Q eternal life tkrogh Jesus Christ car Lord."
I
Inc.
and Mrs. Eldon Sapp
'lIU"LAO-I Mr. S Sj'1
Si Nl/.. dean and d.dlnr, IM IwH il
IIOrlnA 1 Made SINGER A1TT.! Eased On were Mr. and.: Mrs. T. N. Nor- f, .UI Ml kM flM k> Ill. M I ikild d t1 1 Attend<1 church..1nrn more ./ this wonderful fifi.Wf' .
AUTHORIZED DEALER Only ( 0. / < man and Gerald Norman.
Uke New In 4 Dr Cablne
Medical Exams
Mrs. Louise Barry and Mrs.
& e" &>.. Pureaienlce VI: Went. Slunroe3r. Sold New over $300
I
Anile Heath of Ft. Lauderdale -
Jf Body Shop BaL $73 or '5.00 Per Monti VA regulations have been e.laa ae..a.
,,Ja..1LsnnvU1e >n-1483 Mrs. Margaret Reyse ,

Open 8 a.'I1---8. p.m. Ideal Sewing CenterALL changed to permit greater)I I I and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sapp'''

8 p.m. Sat. (cioscl\ Sunday MOTORCYCLESHONDA: use of private physicians'statements and children of Jacksonvilleand '

1131) LAKE. ,"');. SOI'TII' MAKESNew in lieu of VA ex Mrs. Rudolph Sapp and
aminations. This change!:!' In
Phone jAck.ionville' :38t-3-lll son.

and Used Machlna certain types,! of cases eliminates and- Mr. and Mrs. BArney Eag-:: These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsors

Parrish Motors8ALE3 848 Cassat Ave. the inconvenience ers and children: of Jackson

ltOTORC'CLESALL JacknonviUe 389-5071 hardship previously Imposed ville spent Saturday night]

MODELS on veterans by requiring with her parents. Mr. and STARKE ,BUILDERS UNDER-WOOD Lawson Meat MarketAND

them!! to report for VA examinations Mrs T. N. Norman. I

SER\1CE Lip:;: I Merchants Green Stamps TRACK SERVICE when they have already Gerald Norman left Sunday SUPPLIES, Inc. Restaurant & Motel COLD STORAGE
P.UtTt!
submitted an adequate night- for Aberdeen. Md. Featuring Ace' Hardware
Open 8 A.M. to 7 PJW. statement as to their physical Complete Paint Supplies U'e Specialize In Custom. 9laoghtes.
32 Tear As A Dealer to resume his studies with Special Rates To Commercial People
Always Goo! Used Can. Monday-Friday RA V'STRACK condition from a private the National Guard. i and Sporting OowUTIIWK New Free TV-Air' Conditioned Inc Cutting ft WrapplDr-
physician. This change will WITH US EIRT"2l9 TUBS!' AND SHOWERS
t21 Laura 8*. JaA..on\Ule. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 9(11-1201( Prepare, I For D Freeza
Fhona 868.5634CAM1'E :> :) 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. SERVICEPortable : also produce a savings to the Padgett of Brandon spent I WaAhlnffton St. North 801 Ph. 961-708-t tfop

government bv reducing the PHONIC 984-8241'
and Wednesday the weekend with his parents -,
Saturday Track Press Service of VA examinations!
CLOSED SUNDAYMOTORS number Mr. and Mrs. Loyd: Bradford Abstract Co.
: It8 Welding required. Padgett. ,t Rosier Monument Co.A .

& CYCLES: Used, Bulldozer A Crawlers' All veterans are urged In Steve Dale and Sandy 158 W. CALL STREETPh.

Cribbs Campers securing medIcal statementsfor Crosby of Gainesville spent 964-6881 Starke, Fla. Mnnnmrnt For Every: Need k&, ;
4949 Blandlng;: Blvd. "We'll Keep 'em Rollins' submission to the VA. to Saturday with their grand : MA HULK.: OltANrrBMmiHoleunut:.

Del-Key Campers Jacksonville 771-8214 be sure they are adequate, parents. Mr.. and Mr*. O. E. Also OF STARKE, INC.

Skamper Cnnvertiblea 7287 'V. BeavrrJaeksnnvdlle going into detail on findings Crosby and Mrs. 3. L. Johns.! '' Edwards Grocery & 411 U' Madlwin" !Starka;

II 38R.4-1 of the phvslcian :and findings 'j Our community was saddened Mkt. Ph. 9119"61 i l; nome 182-SHU5: UA 301 NORTH
Shasta Trailers < of the laboratory reports.; I
deathof
I. Monday bv the
:MUSIC
Ph. 969-3801 Starve Fla.
Tradm-Bunk Fliionrlng I .
I. Kenneth Williams who
I
5409 San Juan Ave. WESTERN STORE Groceries -Meat*-Feeds
In Macclennv hospital. DeWITT C. JONES
died a
!
Jacksonville 388-9343 Paulus Music Co. 'I A ('IM"III,1d In the TELE Gas! & Oil
We extend our deepest sympathy
rK.\PII bring rmuit Ph. 964-2182 Starke flit.Roy's FUNERAL HOMES Charley E. Johns
ELEgTIUC MOTORS\ LITTLE DUDE to the family. _
_
4 Band A String Instrument. ='
: Mrs. J. I* Johns is a med
TV Service Starke Ph. 961-2600' Agency

Gibson Guitars A Amplifiers Western Store I.S.Cyder Series 39 I teal patient In Bradford

Peavy Brothers /UN0.213IUWGETTING County Hospital. We -wish CALL ROY FOIl PROMPT: Keystone Heights 131 S. Walnut Ph. M4-0201

Electric Co. School Supplies-Instruction "Where You'll Find Everything .her a speedy recovery SERVICE Ph. 473-3176 GENERAL INSURANCE

Roberts Recorders For the HorseEnthusiast" UP 920 Thomas!< SU Starke Nobody Bit Nobody Vn<1en 'Il*
KLECTniC I MOTORS I Charley E. ,John Agency
Music Llbtvry-Expert MAKES MANY Phone 9618981BRADFORD'

901dServlcedRepalrednerator Repair Department j Western ClothingLeather HIGHTS fEEL OLD
-Starter* goods. Saddles and Trailer Alir an. common Kldner: orritation sl.ddr" Sinclair Refining Co.
r':
Alterations 41 ,,'. Monroe St. tant, *, and* oftn narrow ooeur front and:" mar too m.a Irn],U,n;*! 7tn .05'ak666 MOTELA "'. L. Thomas. Distributor. Hurst Shell Service

Armature Rewlndltj Jacksonville 313-8447 Charles & Sharon Petty ps..ge.[ both day and night. B artdfcrllr. -
you may I IOM "le.p nd ml t :front, ; srrr.iuoK MOTEL GASOMNTS' -KFROSKNRFuel : CARL HURST
4041 Lenox Ave 3.110: Beech Blvd. 903 So. Edgewood Ave. H BcKcn* and CM'! urea Motels
Amftcrt't Most Hospitable
:;"d'1:::: : uch Irritation.; CY5Ta7t OH and Dresses
398-3091
Jacksonville 387-2328 JacksonvQla Jacksonville 384-1210: amally brlrtf ....* rvlaxiaa eomfart by J Jturbine Air Conditioned Free TV 603 S. Walnut, StarkePh. Hwy. 301 & 100 Ph. 964-6111&
acid
1
Irritating terms in troiur
and Coffee WH-3U61
urine and by analgeato alit relief. Oeft ;
CYAXKJt ab dlu UU. tact SSUU 1M.I nlJ7 N. 801 Th. 904-337I&
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Regular 1511 ea. DIXIE DARLING I .
This week :;,\\r1 1\;\",: :\ ; } ;,\_.
Dinner Rolls 2/25/ ? :,:;s/r::\ :.: :':\\ :'-t; \ :
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Saltines 2/491/ .. .... ... .. .
Each week of Sheffield : : .
a piece :l'\Wl'\l\r.\\l\ \ \ \ :: '':l::Wl::; : ''':' : ;
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for !just 9t. for { i ; \
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one piece at limit:this.low. with price.There's ; "iin{ iiliit1: il f\-1I
lo-oz. CRACKIN' GOOD SAVOY CRACKIN' GOOD TWIN' PK Plus 50 Extra Stamps no a !
$10 purchase you can get
(hoc Cremes 43i12oz Potato Chips 59? two pieces.. and so on. only ":'/:;:';r':::': ':;';;>":;::;;; ;: .;; *::.'.'}:rf: '.;::

CRAW:'GOOD I"I ox CRACKIN' GOOD Plus' 25 Free Stamps with ever5 p urch ase't: ;', )/ t

Ko Ko Jo's 49
33? Corn Chips .
lular 41 DUNCAN HINES LAYER
GOOD Plus 25 Free Stamps *
M-oa CRACKIN-GOOD 6' / CKACKIN'

Fig Bars : Cheese Curls 39x t I Cake Mixes 3/1./

Regular 39c No 2'2' Can THRIFTY MAID

No. 1 TallTHRIFTY MAID EVAPORATED Regular 59, OTS DEEP Bartlett Pears
sou'rH. 31./

Can Milk 6/891/ Mayonnaise 491" 46 M Can THRIFTY MAID' SWEET& UNSWEETENGrapefruit .
a o .
18-oa. DEEP SOUTH APPLI: Regular 69( OTS HELLMAN'S (j f I t J Juice 3/1./

Jellv 2/491"/ Mayonnaise. 591 46 01 Can HI-C
Fruit Drinks 41.Regular
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< REG., J, $ -, BLUE BAY

(;i Dp 3/491/ Ast "r&FCoffee O 591" itf, 41.No / .
303 CALIFORNIA' '
Regular 3511 ARROW WHITE & COLORS Regular S9( GT BLUE OR WHITE ARROW
Tomatoes . 5/1./
Towels. 291 Detergent. 491"
o e No 300 Con ARGO s.

Regular;35, 13-oz. MORTON Regular 78, GT. BOLD Asparagus 3/1./
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Chili 691 ", ,,",. >0, N, 'O' ''M'nte 'ttolian'
3/891/ Detergent
. o o 6reen Beans 4/1.. / 1.Candy.
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9-01. DUN DUM POPS 1'inebrecze (;Jrnde "A" Florida Medium All ,
Regular 2 J9t No 303 Can THRIFTY MAID CS OR
2/491/ Fresh Eggs. 2. DOZ.U. 891
. W. K. Corn 61.BOSTON / .

- S. CHOICE BUTTS

jiiD STEAK . LB. 881 Fi ks 391" k Roast LB. 491"GRC



DUND ROUND LB. 88,. S-o Pha. kJK'DHam 591 'Pork Steaks LB 591"sfliL

1-lb. Pkg. ) Pkg. SUNNYLAND SMOKED PORK

IN STEAK. LB. 981 ;gna. LB. 491" S 691"

U S. CHOICE W-D BRAND RIB U S. CHOICE
W-D BRAND BEEF PLAn Colonial Brand Frozen Regular 4911: PILLSBURYRoast.

LB. 981" Stew 3 LBS.WD 871" HEAVY CUT-UP BAKING AppSe SUPERBRAND SLICEDCheese, Streusel 391"


Siwo"m"FLB.: : : 781" BRAND GROUND Plus' 5''p Stamps. $i9"9 HENS 39 I Ib Cup SUPERBRANDCottogeCheese Food LB 59xI



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MORTON ALL FLAVORS (Except 3 Cours ) lO-oi Pkq ASTORLIB8Y
Potatoes 10.,591":, lettuce. 2/291/ MEAT DINNERS . 39* GSEEfi PEAS . d/'l.
FIRM FRESH HEADS"I B UIPE
2-lb Bag FRENCH 10 uz Pka ASTOR LEAF OR

Cabbage LB. 71" TOMATOES LB 29 FRY POTATOES . 3/l. CHOPPED SPINACH 6/$1.
Pkg o 18 10-oz. Pkg ASTOR CUT STYLE OR
ALL PURPOSE BAG SWEET JUICY MORTON' DONUTS . 39*! CREAM' CORN . 6/$1.
2-lb. Pltg THUNDERBOLT BRAND BREADED 10-ni Pkq OIXIANA< 9-oz. French or Req.
Apples 5 .:" 491 Oranges 8 Be49: A".S'bOk
SHRIMP CSSHPJKEES T9 GBEEH : : : 6$1.CREEN .

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