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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 12, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Parcel Post Project PJanning



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Due Jan. 15 4.y J_ .r k a tit' ? PT Extension Gives



Rate inc rca.se s averaging 4
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about 10 rents on a parcel + .19 y r r
.QY -0i13-
post package ;tid a new system y r' ;? ?1-. .

of ideulfylUK parcel post r CUBB
: New LifeNew
l.oney/ III no Into effect after : : :

J.m/ 15 according to a Joint :.:

announcement made this

w"ek by all area post offices -

through Starke Postmaster 4' $42,597 Expected ;

T C. Hazen Jr. CUBBDirector
Use of Zip Codes by the No Official

public will make the new Word Yet

system of rating packages by

zones easier for the post of- j New hope hu been glve.l

fire to Implement. Hazen: : the four-county CUBB Eco-

"said In requesting that the Is NamedWilliam nomic Agency Inc. wllh
rode* be placed: on all mail ,Jo word of a $43.597 federal

tnr that purpoM grant to continue its plan-

The changes are provided P. Henry assistant t- ning of projects! Into 1967.
:
bv leulslatlon. signed Into law director of CUBB Econ CUBB President Bill Beam

I bv President Lynlon! B. omic Agency Inc. since April, told the Board of Di recta's

,1"l1n"1last Srpt 20 the 'i 1365 was named executive Tuesday night he has r..t.

pclmastcr, pointed out. ,; YA director of the four-county been notified of the new

Stalling July 1. the law M1rI poverty program Tuesday grunt But it was reported: in
provides for a series of size ci i r. : M 'v ,e p L 4 ninht. > r the Florida Times-Union last

and weight Increases on par- ,; I ,' Heney succeeds P, T Nolan Thursday, Jan 5, In an article -

cels milled between first t } t retired Bradford educator credited to Sens. Spcss rd
class offices. Those Increaseswill *, It1 x who 1 resigned lust mOI1t.hOne Holland and George Small iesr
in five annual
come .
of four applicants Ill i
"'r'-, last due on July 1,
According to the artlce.the ,
I' '. top post the new execute
1971. : ..' .",, director was recommendedby U. S. Office. of Economic
Use of the Zip Code In arecipient's f ,, 'I"" : --- Opportunity will allocate
.'.'., a four-man personnel
address will enable committee and approved unanimously David' Cants $42,597 to( the Starke antipoverty -
the ender mall -
or a "
------ by the CURB organization apparently -

clerk\ to quickly determine\. Takinj the out; h of office last Thursday night: arc l.iiwtcy'x three Board Oi. Directors (InnkeeperTo meaning CURB.Discouraged .
thenrr+wr zr"+e an" thus
the rate for the packatrl' new city councilmen Airs.\ larl! '>;ira: Jordan Eugene Starling: Jin(I Airs. The Board also at the after the
turn-down of Its two major
Htuetv> I6 Jld, The rates will be Please Dear, Louise: Koier.. the new chairman. The ladies* are the first women ever. to jccommendaton of the personnel projects and no official wood(

based on the distance a parcel !sore on the 1.II\\t'y\ board. ((;ainesville Sun photo by Sam McGaney), committee raisedHeney's Head on !the planning grant extension -
salary to $800

sectional travels centers between In the the U,522 S. May I Speak? the same amount permonth since it wa.s submittedlast
August 26. Acting Director -
Mrs. Rosier Is Chairman NoUn received. He had been Chamber \
By consulting a simple receiving $600 per month as W. P. Heney had already
chart available in all post offices -
put CUBB's !three field representatives
assistant dliector.
Lawtcy: s new city council
the zone can be readily on standby as. of
identified because the first found itself slightly at olds Mrs. Ruth Darley was reappointed Davit L. Coats, 29. general Dec. 31 and was preparing

three numbers of Zip Codeto with Roberts Rules of Order Ol 1967 Lawtey Council as full-time bookkeeper manager and innkeeper of cut back the agency's oporatlon -
anv address represent last Thursday night at its! and her $375 salary Holiday Inn of Starke Inc. .

the sectional renter. This replaces 1987 organizational meeting. continued. The salary maybe was unanimously elected CUBB has been In financial -
,Marvin: Rosier wanted to reviewed at a later nets: .
a method In which a prisldcnt of the Starke-
Mrs Louise fl.tJfJt'rII straits for several
help out, but he found him a. mar.-liall's salary to $100 per funds permitting! the Board
directory often had to be Bradford County Chamber of
with the planning
r elected chulrjnari' of the new r consulted to locate the proper self In somewhat( the same council Just indicated. Commerce at a board of dltvjtors 1967 held and
Law Pilot that marshall funds for up.
toy city a to the Badcock Store
7"nfo.. erh of the na- position as Ex-Oov. George:: The Board also( backed upIeney's :: meeting last Thursday *
few minutes after she funds the stuff.
wassworn received extra pay. $25 per no j pay
Wallace of Alabama. Rosier } action
of plaelnlfCUBB's
tion's,0 33 000 post offices Ho will office !
assume o i told thobOlll'd
Clerk Ethel Beam
in But
month for Pros.
by City the clean up duties -
his wife three
The! new rates will range: had accompanied Reddish last Thursday night. The clerk volunteered representatives February 1, succedlng Buford: Tuesday night:
Louise, one of the first two Changes HandsThe \ on standby The move
Mitchell 1 director
,
from 40 cents for a three Jan. 5.Swomin. for the Job when the marshall personnel "The main thing is to set
the made, Heney said view
women to ever serve on was n of the Florida State Prison.
pound rnrcol destined for the going now-
along with was forced to stop some programs
Lawtey board, to her first of the fact that only one
local r'ellverv to 60 cents for chairman Mrs The new president has a the off and
council meeting. new were drawing pay for it, but he Budcock Associate! program:/ li presently fundedunder Put bureaucracy
the.nmo parrel to zone 3 good background of business! must to satisfy : -
Barbara Jordan and Eugene: has been assisting" Mrs. Red- do the least we
"May Ilay something, Store 128 S Walnut St., was CUBB, the $53.000
I 1150-300 miles!1 to $1.05 to Rosier asked Starling All\ three are serving dish with! the clean up. sold Friday to a former Home Health Aide Project experience and management Atlanta (the office of Economic -
zone 8 lover 1.800 miles) their first terms on the Bud Barber training.( He received his Opportunity's regional
:; was
reappointed -
"Not unless you get permission Badcock Corporation for 16 and staff requirements or
The zoning method will also council. high school an 1 college edu- "
Veteran members are garbage collector office I
from the chairman"Clerk man Willis, 35 of Haines fund; to pay them are considerably -
apply to ale parcel post catalogs Ethel Reddish promptly Robert Scott and Paul Din- The council voted to con- less than they cation in Meridian MlsH.. and: CUBB's original\ prolect

and to publishers who informed, him. kins tinue Its policy of rotating CityWillis were. and has been associated with planning ,grant, approved last!
pay zone rates( on the advertising voted has been with the Mississippi! Management Corporation for had
The new council to the purchase of gas and oil April 19 $26.728.
Looking expectantly at the haddock. Corporation fir 16 Salary of the three was approved -
portion of their periodicals chairman. Rosier raised his hire Attorney Oene Shaw as from station to station each and owns franchises to through Dec. 31. however for the past three been exhausted. Operation In

the city attorney. The city last month for the police car and years years. agency and salaries of the
hand and repeated ques- four other of the film's
Postmaster Hazen noted year had retained Thomas & garbage truck Repairs on The Board also set policies Coats was named one of staff for the past. several
stores in Haines City. San-
that all parcels mailed between tion.A Pierce.A the giabage truck 11I'11be\ annual leave for the 50 innkeepers of ID67 out months were carried 01by
pause, then ford, Orlando( and St Augu of 12 days
the 73: post offices of motion to continue pay- done at Dave Shuford's Phillips full-time employees and of 780 In the Holiday Inns of transferring or borrowing
out !
"Yes. If It'll help us stine. He lived for 23 yearsin \
within the Jacksonville sectional this situation" his wife an- Ing Clerk Ethel Reddish $25 66 station however because Winter Haven. eight days Rick leave per Anvil Ira system. He supervised JO,500 from 1966 Head suit

center will bo chargedat aweied. per month for Janitorial Cubage Collector Bud year The sick\ leave Is! cum- the opening; designed. the and Home Health Aide
the first zone rate. service at the city hall was Barber works there and hus Originally from Bindfor-J ulative up to 10 years and kitchen, and. trained the 65 Training project funds.

The new rates are expectedto SJlOI.ARSIUI'; LOIN:' turned down! 3-2. the three flee/ use! of tools.\ and Union Counties, Willis is the "director! may require verification employes of the Holiday Inn Board Member 1'omntv

provide an additional $74 Mrs.\ Jean Webb of Starkewas new members voting against Mrs. Rosier! appointed the the lion of the late Tiubv of Illness. of Sta.-ke, Bennett Baker County questioned :

million H. year for the Post among six Santa Fn the move until further study following committees! with the Willis of New River and Mis Full-time employees, It was! A resident of Starke for the transfer and asked -

Office Department The later Junior College practical can be imdeMis first person named:! being the Mac Willis who makes, her decided would receive pay the past two years, Coats 'IS why the Board has not

she: and weight increases will nursing students who were Reddish took over the chairman: 'home now In Lake Alford, on all legal holidays Policies\ a Master Mason and an Elk. been Informed that CUDB

add another $32 million a awarded! scholarship loans clean \up duties in Nnv 11)65 1! Kticets Starling Mrs Fla He is married and hey on holiday. vacation and He is a member of the Boardof was In such a tight ftnam! lal

vear The a-Mllional! revenue after a recent statewide. competitive when the I council "1I.' l'd II n Jordan, \, ann Robert, Scott: five (children" M. sick" leave for employees paid Directors!! of the Florida' situation.
sold bv
is to help keep the Depart- examination The ordinance pronlbltlilu Mnr- Sanitation Scott. Dln- The stole was he by the hour were discussed Hotel St Motel Hotel Association Beam and Director Henev

ment within four percent of scholarship lo.in of $3nr) Is shall M.o.r: ,1m diln from klns. and Starllnu N Hindi Ymiti who Hays but action was delayed\ until and the SStarke-Brad- agreed that ',hs f! board shouli
live In
rost-s! on pnrcrl port an the for use in the practical\ nurs- drawing pay other 111.in hH Taxation Uj likins, Mri plans Bradford to continue County to but has further study can be made.In ford County Chamber of know the financial !situation!

law now requires. Postmasterllnten na program of the Division regular\ salary At I the snme' Jordan. and Scott the case of projects Inrt"nnt.lmIPri Commerce He also holds and that the transfer of
(Continued On Pane Six 1
: << !said of Continuing Fduc-Jtlon! time the rnunell. inUed< the f On PaRe 81x1 l membership In the Bradford funds probably! WitS not a
County Fair Association! / the good policy either. But. Beam

Mf/rnonisr; MEN Starke Golf b Country Cluo. said, a1fund'\ transferri-1

On and received an honorary life were authorized bv the Offl.-i,
Timber] Assessments
TO ORGANIZE! Hearings Begin Monday membership In the Bradford of Economic OpportunityHenev -.

The Methodist Men's Club County Chapter of Future pointer! out Uipt
Farmers! of America for his CUBB'S regular board meetIng -
will hold an organization Final hearings' will begin; ued at closer to $20 per amt Phillip Moses, Lake City mini avpiaue return of seven ever, that property assess- services. to that organizationin in December was r.ot

meeting at 7:30: () p. m. Mon- Monday Jan. 16 at 9 a. m. ani that inccme from the Mercer D. II Helms Oalne-- per cent. mentx must! be based on the 1064. held due to a lark! of a quorum -

day. Jin. 16 and at! the churcn. on suits brought by five tim- land should be taken into vllle: State Comptroller Fred Judge/ Taylor ruled, howland's fall market value. In addition to his civic affiliations and that Tuesday nl.:ht
members prospective
AH ber companies In protest) of consideration: In the assessments O Dickinson: J. N. Avroekc was the first opportunity In
members arc Invited to attend Coats!! serves as a
property assessments\/ and of Dickinson's assessment "J member. of the advlsorJ several months to fully inform -

payment of $i:8.000 in county The timber companies filed division staff; Howard Han- .. } ,;/..'.II baud of the BradfordUnionArea the board of the situation -
taxes after nearly two yearsof suits again in 1966 protesting na. Randy Oowen and Hero -t ., Vocational Technical .

litigation identical 1 assessments. Both Bailey, nil of Container Center and has Just been The director said he hal
have and Tax Col- Ernest P. Davis. William F that the '67
Timber firm attorneys Assessor Long named to serve a.s a memberof been told twice
Farm Bureau listed a total of 26 witnesses lector J R. Kelly have been Miller and Clinton E. Harris ) the newly created Brad- project planning (grant wojlrtbe '

who may be called. Including named: In the suits In an attempt all of Ravonlrr ford County Zoning Committee approved and to transfer
Family Night five county tax assessors: J to( secure an InJunc- Also: Jrff Hargraves!\ Clark ry sr established by the County the funds for !interim use.

Pierce Smith. Alachua County tion to stop the county from Mathewwin./ Tllden, Norris Comml"slon.: Protects currently on the

: Louise 0 Smith. Clay: collecting\ both 1965 ond 1900 George( W. B. Brumley Nor- .u boards for CUBB are true

Saturday Jan. 14 Lewis Tinney. Putnam and taxes when Long/ raised prop- man Ketchle. John Shadd C Farm Bureau 1967 summer Head Start!;

7 P.M.Brooker I. Theodore( J. Kirby. Columbia erty values to 100 per cent W. Stiles, and Carl Sewcll, programs for Clay Union.(
Bradford Tax Assessor under the state legislature' all of Oilman Paper, Robert Family Night and Bradford Counties. All!

School Oene Long and John E. Hudson Just Value Law. McWrorter and Walter J three were approved bv tne
Set At BrookerThe
timber consultant from The firms paid taxes for McFadden. both of Ormon board TuesdaY'' night for submission -

Cafeteria Oalnesvllle. are the only two 1905 and 1966 based on $20 Beach and E. T. Hawes of to the regional I office -
annual Family NUrt
witnesses:\ named by County per acre average ani a court\ Valdosta OaHearlns i Get-together of the Bradford AH are for 40 davs.
Judge T A. Yawn acting in order was Issi-ed! by Judge on timberland suits
I Clay: a. $53,985 program( tor
Fried Chicken Farm Bureau will be held
behalf of the county In a John) A. H. :Murphree. who were held! in Baker County ,) 150 children.
Saturday night Jan.: 14. at
In early December before --- -
private rapacity as attorney will hear the suits preventing -
for the defense. Defendantsare sale of the land for delinquent Judge Murphree but no de- larch: .>f DiiiifM. Omlrmim .JI.... Temple tufept* ... $:i'!. lierk. the Brooker /school! cafeteria Union: a $33.633 progra.nfor

Long. Tax Collector\ J. R- \ taxes until the ease cision has been handed downA from Slurry llnliliH of the Hub I"b| Tim 1I..ncoyVii.. .. rolle<'teil. starting at 7 P m. 150 children.

This Snare Contributed Kelly and State ComptrollerFred which tins\ dragged: on for decision has been handed Saturday ut the. ;.Murrh of l>iiiw>H roiul l block on Temple "vc......, Fried chicken will be provided Bradford: a $77.107() project
settled. down by Circuit Judge but each family attending for 196 children. Federal
Weekly to Publicize O. Dickinson Jr. nearly two years Is and M.uliitoii: Street.
Community Events by Four timber companies Over the two years the Hugh Taylor In a recent tim- Is asked to bring' a funds asked tot the Bradford
The Little %WonifMi'' C luh will sponsor. in rniul block aids Saturday -
Container Corp. Rayonler.( flrmlhave\ paid approximately ber suit in Leon County covered dish of something: project total 57739. Proposed -
The CommunityState Oilman Paper. Owens-Illin $44.000 in taxes and however, ]in which the timber Jan It. Persons. who have donated l own Hill reiertn a besides meat. director of the Head Start

ois!, and one timber owner left the county short $128.000, firms' capitalization or productivity sticker for the tt-iit. window tit their car Indicating,' / they leave con The program will Include a here Is Harmon Morgan retired -

Bank Nelson B. Blocker brought( according/ to Long's assessments theory was! rejectedout tributed.Sub. .. discussion! of proponed Wage !school superintendent

suits in October. 1965. pro- of anticipated; : revenue of hand. Tn effect the Debit purtlrlfiutlnic. Ins the roust. husk are (l-r) Karen ON-I and Hour regulations that But CUBB's 1967 operation
insuredup
Accounts now testing Assessor Gene long's theory bases the value of It>', )'atrll''''' Edwards:: Shury l Dobbs| IJmU" Jo' tiny, ilpiinn! J iy- become effective In February probably will'not be put into

to $15.000: by $79 per acre average!!!! for timberland Other witnesses listed by tlmberlanH on Its productivity ner, llrenilt Jones. Donna' Tilly and ('hpr)1Idt.: ..... Not shown. on Bradford County farms. full swing with complete con-
Federal Deposit Insurance The timber firms the pis In tiffs and who maybe potential over a number All members and interest; fidence until official worl
are Sully! Moore, Donmi'. Patrny, Linda' Crews( : 1IIt..nlItry.. Sandra -
Corp. ol.ilni the. land 'thoulcl!, IK val- t (called are of veers based on a net an- families are Invited to attend is received on the 67 plan-
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TWO hu l _.*, 0' '. r I') 1'1<..1,1'I'U, *,! \KIIE.: ru>ltll>.\ __. __ THURSDAY. ".\N. U, Ilb7!
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1.(1(' .il .iilmilKi.ni 1 ; to Ht"nd-,! I' I In the Methodist Sun-
years Miss Nell Dyal Civitans HearChiropractor
ford County Hospital tins, wui-U Call Street day School But she's retired -
Include: :Mi'H Oussle Cri's" "I 1 and Is letting the Weds D. J. ThornIn

9dt91lt Unite Butler. ; :Mrs. KriiiKisWadmvorth take
SCENESue younger. generation FolkstonMiss
and Mrs. Kitty!
I over certainly deservesan
Pierce of Hampton; Mrs JoyicTerrell
of Molrose; Mrs Ague. orchid for her many years: Nell Dyal became the Mr. Marlon F. Wean

GLADYS MOOTY Fuquay of Lawtey; :Mrs. MHO Thomas Kathyetruth's of service bride of Senior Chief D. ,J Gainesville chiropractor, was
taking
Phone< 96 :t.OF'i1' Combs of Rfacclenny\ ; Mis. Florist Got a. bang out ol Katie Thorn. USN. December 31 In was guest speaker at the
at
place Nancy
Mary Luke of Brooker; and while has resumed Wamwrlght's story of how, the Calvary Baptist Church of breakfast meeting of the

Donald D Carter : Mrs. Juanlta Smith, Qo"igtj Kathy In the pre-Christmas rush to Folkston, Oa., before member I Starke Civltan Club Tuesday
Cpl and Mrs.! *.n -'I" i hose attending the classes! at Lake City JC and
I 'Mahalko Harold Crawford l. get a Chrlstmai :package off of the Immediate families. morning.Dr. .
and daughter have rotim' c.l Hello 1)J .>1K musical at the Mill continue working Satur-
to the Marine base at Chonr, Civic Auditorium! In Jacksonville Herman Geiger Wendy Sue i days Peggy Godwin to daughter :Mary, Kather- I The bride Is the daughter of Weaver explained the
I ,
Point N. C. after ten days wcieMri.: ) Guy.I\IlSire\Vs. Teskc/ Cary Smith, Mrs Grace \ learning the ropes as recep- Ine's family in Blrmingiam. Mrs. Ruby Dyal of Gainesville philosophy of chiropractic!

visit with their parents Mr. Rev. and l\f.,,",Rmhetfti; Buvfil) .J Harley Mrs./ Emma! Harris.t.1.s. f ; I Monlst at Dr. Adams:! office Ala., she mailed:! Nookle s and the late Truby I. Dyal. and said the application of

and Mrs. R. L Rowell and Mr. and.Mpi.>E. .L- M4tJ.uw\',.. Llnnlo Crawford Mrs. Ramona Tomll'iso.i camouflage hunting outfit so long-time Bradford! County this principle had proved effective -

Mr and Mis. Russell Carter. Miss MWSW Ul c11ewll\\,. 4Y71s ,lola Williams, George Sanders, tikinif Candice Hixon's place her In a box resembling the resident. In many problem

Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. and Della Rosenbem Mrs. S-un:: nnd Mrs. Gertrude OIcBrklc, as bookkeper at Stark" sweater set she meant to Mrs. Dyal was her daughters'only cases. He said: that the nerve;

daughter Mra.! Roy Ward of Rosenberg, Mis. Evelyn Ihw- all of Starke vt1 Builders, while the latter mail. Katie caught the attendant and A. C. Martin energy originating) In the

Lake City, will be In AMnnta' ey. Mrs. Desta D 'al. Mrs. O Sheriff Walter Crews and plans to retire. mistake the next day and of Jacksonville served as brain and flowing' to each

Qa. from Saturday to Thurs L. Beasley, Mi-s. J. W, Kin- Lavon Crews of BranUey called MK to apologize, but best man. Mrs. Thorn was organ of the body coati

day They will visit :Miss Jane caidi Mrs. K. O Duncan:! County, On. were visiting Mr. Spotted Harriet (Loudonl 1 the latter had already openedthe attired In a Navy suit with sometimes be blocked:! by obstruction \ -
Trafford In
Ward at Wesleyan College Mrs. S. L. Peck Sr., Mrs. Edward and Mrs. Vasco Hazen Tuesday of Miami filling package and tried the: black accessories and carred a In the spine. "Chir;
mth-
while enrcwte.' alternoon. as receptionist at her ( Saidit of orchids.A be effective by
Burns Mia. W. B. Se- I camouflage suit on corsage opractic can
Ralph Morrltt has ret.iuied. v.oll, Mrs. A. a. Loudon Jr MIMI Kathy Struth is itteml- er's beauty salon for 11 Just fitted:!, ns she was "ex- wedding reception was locating and removing' any

home after several lays hi the I Mrs. Jimmy Oreen, Mrs W. Ing Lake City Junior College. Al weeks while her hubby ,is. pecting" any day. and was held at the Dyal home In Impairment or obstruction to
University Medical" Center. Mr. and Mrs./ Dewayne Mc- boot camping in Texas. "
M Smith Miss: Barbari delighted to get somethingwarm Gainesville the flow of nerve energy.
Mrs( Edith Christiansen returned -I Lame Mrs. Ouy Sale. Mrs. Rae of Jacksonville were visiting r ___ Prissy Nazworth: on leave .f that she could wear Mrs. Thorn. formerly em- Dr. Weaver said. This is accomplished -

Sunday after two ....f. B. Mundy, Mrs. J. B. their parents, :Mr. and ;Mr*. l.o>rcc C'ocomNr, Hospital Auxiliary. jir-Hldent, presents absence from Judge Y'awn'.1cfflce Incidentally the t baby daughter ployed at the Bradford:! County bv manlpulativo'
months' visit with her son-in Mrs. R. M. McRae and Mr. to take care of a new
o npp;> Mrs. E. D. Tenly :Mrs\ savings'' bund to :\\11''.. TliniruiH Jefferson Furayth, mother was born six days late for Hospital, Is presently em- or adjusting methods, he
.
to hoa.-
and baby
law .in.il daughter, Air. and Mrs George Muggins on son. Sorry Alachua General
Mrs( F C Stevenson In New Aimee Pi-nndl.! Charles Sapp Sunday of 1U(>7'" lirst baby horn In Bradford\ 'utility Hospital.. about: Sarah Lawson, who 1966 tax deduction purposes ployed Hospital at In Gainesville. added.

Orleans. I-.ii iTrs. Christiansen Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Denmark. !Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonville had planned on reopeningher !

accompanied, Mr. and Mrs. Cob and Mrs. H. M. Hatch'' visited her sister. Mrs. Hospital Auxiliary Presents Bond beauty shop this week, Early In February: the '

Stevenson to Houston, Texas InDecember Mrs. Carl Roberts Mrs./ David W. E. Mlddloton\ Sunday. Of New YearThe after a year's Illness then LIBRARY NEWSThe couple expects to move to San Merle Furniture
To First Baby Miguel. Luzon, Phllliplne Islands -
> to visit Mr.' and Mm. Coats Mrs. Curtis Edwards Mr. and Mrs./ George Hug- tripped on a rug Sunday

Stevenson Sr. Mrs.( Bob Ferguson gina and daughter, Sandra, at- executive. hoard of the The hospital's first baby of night breaking her leg and College Handbook where Chief Thorn will Spanish< Modern I

L. E Jordan of Ovloda and Dr. and Mrs. II. H. Adams. tended the funeral of a cousin/ Bradford County Hospital/ Auxiliary the year, Thomas Patrick For-" heading for the sick list an- available at the Public Library be stationed. Contemporary Traditional

Harold Jordan of Orlando will Mr. and Mrs. W. w. Hood Mrs Wells/ Cox," in Cochran, met! at the hospital on Jiyth son of 'Mr. and \lrR. other six weeks. and should prove helpful Provincial Colonial
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Terwllle- to parents and hUh school POINT for thethe Vlctos
be weekend visitors of Mrs. Oa. Monday.Col. Thursday morning of last week Thomas! Forsyth of Ralford If you're wi..Bering where THE RIGHT Interiors By i
Mrs. Clyde Sinclair Mr Lewis seniors in maklnt a decisl,>n write. Come In Park high
gar
Carrie Rltch and Miss Annie and Mrs. Lloyd bond by the Aux way you Rt. 21 to Orange
Cocomlse the former
with Mrs. Loyree pre was given a Canova Drug
Dartay.Halilo. nnd Mrs. Charles Sawyer Wilmington, Dela., Mrs. as to which college or university and select your favorite ES- School, turn right to 17. J
siding. iliary. staff Is now, Sherrod Hamilton -
Seymour spent the Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Silcox. Irene Jackson/ of Baconton, to 'attend 'FEKBROOK fountain pen. Jacksonville 2649331. J
At the meeting
Kdmondson next
R .R / hospital"" general Is assistant pharmacist .
first (of the week In Washington Mv. and Mrs. George RobertsJr. Ga., and Mr. and 'Mrs. Art Harper administrator, reported that with color slides oni Ouatamnl.i. at Andrews Drugs and Sellti! The Handbook presents I incomparable \ TELEGRAPH, .

D C. on ,business./ ., Mr. and Mrs Ervin Andrews of Cocoa will be weekend will be form description. ...
special given
the operating light, purchasedby a program Thomas has Joined the staff '- '
Mr) W. C. Finney of St. and Mrs. F. W. guests) of Col. and Mrs. T. T. the auxiliary, had been In showing living conditions there. at Koch's .. Bob Fergusonsays of 579!) member colleges of !the''I .. :
Petersburg visiting her ulster Strickland.Mrs. Long., College Entrance Examination -

Mrs. L. F. Smith Sr. who J. M. Mitchell or (Miss Suzanne Judd has returned stalled. the Yankees can nave Board, with basic Infor- s'te-'e" II
their snow and ice after
Is confined to Bradford Coun- Starke. Charles E Brackin of to Jacksonville University mation about each. Including' T''a' Freez
working In Washington. D
ty Hospital.Mra. the Lake City VA Hospital: to 'begin, fcitenumip. location, size, programs of
and She will bul. Interning at Woodland Guard Unit i C. since September, and has
Charles
:! Godfrey and James Bowman of Inter- KINGSLEY LAKEMrs. study, entrance require- j
returned to The :
children of Aiken, S. C. are lachen were admitted to the Acres/ Elementary Schoolin AwardedSuperior Telerap".ifold ments, annual expenses, financial ,-

spending two weeks with her Stflrke Nursing Home this Jacksonville.Mr. /!. E. M. Norton Hear that Suzanne aid ''and where to Drive In
parents. Mr. and Mra. Tyler week. and Mrs. Charles Hardy RatingA Judd is interning at Woodland :!- write for further Informa

Jones, while (Mr. Godfrey Is Mrand Mrs Shi Smithwore have had as visitors Mrs. G. Phone 533-2081 I Acres Elementary

two-week at E. McCauley and Mrs. J. T. rating! of Superior was School In Jflpksonvlllp t.hU__ tion.New
taking course In Savannah -- ---------- ---- '
: Ga. over
Clemson University. the weekend vilstlnsr Mr. and Taylor of Palatka last/ Thurs- handed the local National cutitciI: : SCHEDULESKlng&ley semester: Include books at the libra-y Will Close Jan. 12th

Tina Gene and Dawn :Mrs. B E. Smith.Mr. day, and :Mr. and Mrs. Tommy I' Guard unit Company D : Lake Baptist -, Sympathy to Bud Mizell : I

Mathews, of Gainesville /spcnl and Mrs. V. E Spiers of Haines of Altamont Springson tMaintl 53rd Spt. Bn. on its and Wayne Whiffen In the Winston S. Churchlll-
School 943
m
Sunday (
; a
the weekend with their grandparents Richmond Va. are spendingthi Saturday, annual General Inspectionby loss of their fathers dUl'inuthe Randolph Churchill. Who AND
11
(Mr. and Mrs. Gail remainder of winter at Charles F. Scott of Decatur, Headquarters Third U. S. Morning Worship a. m. past week and Meth- Goes Next? Robert Alter: I I

Mathews' their home here.SLADE'S Ga. was Monday overnight Army. Training Union. 6:15: p. m- odists are missing ,three The Many World of Herbert

guest of his brother-in-law aoJ, i Conducted by Major Sherry Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. familiar faces among theircongrelaUon's Hoover James Terzi In' I Jan. 20thVACAt

sister Dr. and Mrs, O. L. E. Autrey assigned< to the Midweek Prayer Service faithful these Ocelot Johnson; Your Ca- I Open
Wed. 7:30: p. m. Choir Practice -'
Haynes Jr. Inspector General's section, days-Lois Adkins IRe Da- reer In The Aerospace Indus- |
8:30: p. m. Come let us
Mrs. Sale and Mrs. R.
Guy the held last vis '
inspection was worship together. Rev. Jim and Judge Perryman try-Waldo T. Boyd; Heroic FOR
P.fl'Lenlion attended the All of the doesn't ,
Nov. 15. phases seem quite right
Nurses MoKown< : The
Blgdon, pastor. -
FFWC District 4 president /
unit were examined Includ- without them and among
council meeting in Palatka on Bet-:lah Baptist t Sunday Treasure Tree Hall; Five
finance, I the
ing administrator things I miss is Kate AND
Monday.. I supply and training. School 10 a. m. Morning\ ; Struth's voice lending the Women I Love- Hope: Thp.I! I
Mis.: E. F. :Miles spent Satur- Worship 11 a rn. Tralnlrw;
1 I "Tills'! resulted from lots of pre-school nursery youngs'! Will To Win-Mcllvaine.
day to Wednesday< of last. week ],, hard work and! extra efforton Union, 6:30: p m. EvemnJ; tern In ALTERATIONSFLORIDA
singing "Jesus Loves II'
and 'I
with relatives In :Macon
Worship. 7:30 Midweek
: m.
the part of ill the enlisted p. Me" A Cliixtlfltxl. Ad In the TEIJK- i
Warner Robbing! Ga. and officer personnel and Prayer Service, Wed. 7:30: p. every Sunday mornlnpa I

Mr and -Mis: John H. :Morris! we are very pleased with the m. Everyone Welcome. Re/ -- Job she has had for 50 41R.11'11 bring rmiiltft.. 1L -- ....._: .- -".- .:' ..'
attended. the Railway Express!
rating" stated Unit Com- R. L. Taggart, pastor. l .
Brotherhood in Jacksonville -_ -, --
banquet
,U'1'ISTLL MEN'S DIY I %0 rI
mander, Capt J. F. Blood-
Sunday afternoon.Mr. worth. All Men's Day Is to be ob I
J. R. Wainwright will
@ Ala. ,this The unit will conduct its Association,
be in Birmingham, BANK{ AT STARKE
weekend. to be with her son- next weekend training ses- ,
1 E.!: M. Norton urges :all:
sion January 14-15 at the local -
in-law and daughter, :Mr.! and
churches in the New River
Mia. John Kopelousos. RId new armory. Training; classes STARKE, FLORIDA
1 for a week. will be conducted on the Assoc. to observe this occasion -
AUTOMATIC WASHER baby daughter and either let him know
various skills including signal -
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Kcddish.
about it or write to G. A. STATEMENT OF CONDITION
repairs, automotive.1) and
and family were in TlfL'>I1, Ga. )
'k over the weekend Visiting Mr. aircraft repair welding Ritterree State Brotherhood
i Secretary
und Mis I W. R. Royster. supply. and administrative DECEMBER

__ :Mra. George Flynn Jr and work. In addition time will NEW ARRIVALMr. 31 1966

r Mis: O. J. Phillips Jr. are at- be devoted to the mainten- and Mrs Richard Ma-

tending the Supervisor of ance and:! care of equipment cheda of Jacksonville announce -

: : Elections! convention in Tampa issued to the unit. the birth of a daughter -
Leah Marie, Jan. 7 In /
from Wednesday to Saturday.Mrs. Members of the unit received on ResourcesLoans

Keith. Reeves and ....n $87.609.23 during cal- St. Vincent's Hospital.

v Sk' p ,. of Winter Park were visltiiifr endar: 1066 for attending: the Grandparents( are Mr. and

a v her parents, :Mr. and Mrs :N. armory tralnlm' assemblies Mrs. E. M. Norton and Mrs. and Discounts 3,209,085.54

-/ a L. Woodburn, last week. And the 15 day annual active Anthony Macheda.Mr. \ :! .

Mrs.\ W. E. Dowling and! duty train'pit' at Fort Stewart and Mrs. F. O. Conner' Less Reserve for Losses on Loans 14,000.00 3,195,085.54

/ daughters visited her parent, I Ga., Ftaxaoie Income! ] in accompanied their son Ver-

Mr.\ and Mrs Roy Mathews, in' addition to the allowances non to Camp LeJeune S. C. i

UA-34-39 with acceptable trade Palatka Sunday. I|, paid members for theIr families Monday 'I Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures 297,492.21
(Mrs. William Dochstader and during the active duty Mr. and Mrs: W. O. Eblirm 'I

Whatever the fabric, there's an automatic cycle daughter of Lake City spent training peitod.Civitans. and five children of Mlran- Other Real Estate Owned 1.00
just dial itl! Exclusive Sur ilator!; *' agitator creates a last week with her paientu I opy were Sunday suouor!

'million" water currents washes like no other can. Mr. and :Mrs. J. A. Christmas guests of the Warren Eb- I

!.Ia ic-l\lix.\ dispenser filter hlends in detergent, filters Mrs.! Sarah Lawson trippedon Set I lines I Prepaid Expenses 1,649.06

out lint. Sud6Miseroptional> Tmk. Mrs. E. M. Norton and .
at home last Saturday -
a night rug and broke her leg. Council MeetA I daughter visited Mrs. A. R I Accrued Interest & Income Receivable 29,824.90 ;

With Acceptable Dr nnd Mrs. Marcus! Brown Seibert of Jacksonville last U. S.
Government Securities
Trade ct.17700 and family of;Macclenny visited / | delegation from the Friday. 1,501,445.03
Mra.\ :M. F. Brown on Sun- Jean Faulk spent the\
Starke club will spend this
weekend In Jacksonville.Mr. Florida County & Municipal Bonds 1,070,226.09
weekend Jan. 13-14 In Dny-
day.Mrs. and Mrs. E. J. Hicke/
Virginia Smith ct Jacksonville tona Beach participating In
NO FROST 0 NO MESS was visiting/ Mrs J. E. the winter quarter council of Palatka were Sunday dInner Other State & Municipal Bonds 267,000.00
guests of Mrs. MaiyShlpman
Wilson over the weekend. meeting of the Florida: District -

o NO BOTHER Mrs. Marie McDavlil.) of Civltan International. RlRKS. and :Mrs Elma Cash on Hand & Due From Banks 322,613,42 3,191,109.44

Gainesville visited her mother. President Jim Temple and
Mr. and Mrs. O W. Brown
:Mrs./ T. D. Dyal, on Sunday.Mrs. Area 1 Lt. Gov. R. V. [Bo'i-
spent the week In South TOTAL .
GIANT 14 FT. FAMILY SIZE a 6,685,337.25
to
Ervin Andrews v as in byl Turner are expected
Florida visiting their 1k1'\\
the Gainesville/ Medical Center attend. from the local club.
Rex, of Miami and enjoyed
REFRIGERATORWith from Sunday to Tuesday/ where!! A major feature of the
some deep sea fishing off
she underwent throat surgery council will be the appear- Marathon.Mrs. .

Her aunt, Mrs. Francis Stone, ance on the Saturday pro- '
J. M. Bradley visited:!
of Woodbine, Ga. Is/ staying gram of a National Avlattin Liabilities
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Coker.
with the Andrews family. for and Space Administration
+> .r. a week. team, expected to Include an Jimmy Bradley and daughters .
and :Mr. and Mrs. R. C. j
Beeof Fort astronaut, for a presentationof Capital Stock
:Miss Lynn / Bradley all of Jacksonville, 300,000.00
Lauderdale was a guest of :Mrs. a NASA accomplishments,
during the weekend.
Grace Ritch last week. aims, and plans. Surplus
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Oliverand 425,000.00'
:Mrs. Judy Noegel of Key The Clvltnn groups will daughter and :Mess<
Went was visiting her parents, also hear reports from sev- Frances Harrington of Jacksonville Undivided Profits 54,044.16

y& :Mr and Mrs.' T. L. Casey, last eral major committees of accomplishments were weekend guestsof

j week.. and plans for the F. O. Conners.E. ( Reserve for Contingencies 98,390.36ROTK'Jtf 877,434.52 o(
the remainder of the Clvitan ,
Mrs. Paul Bridges spent the M. Norton and childrenwere
weekend In Jacksonville with year which ends in June.TR001' Saturday supper guestsof '

:Mr and Mrs. Bridges/ "Jr. and 70 SC'Ol'TSEoJJOY Mrs. Trudy Norton of Reserve for Taxes, Interest, Etc. 46,254.31
attended "Hello
Dolly. Jacksonville .

CAMP-OL'T: Interest & Income Collected, Not Earned 98,508.07 ,.\" I

.. f hfry 4 Woods Fires The following Scouts of Recent Births

rte r ti' Troop 70() attended a camp- Deposits 5663140.35
.. : Burn 10.4 Acres out near Mayo on the Su- 3tr. and (Mrs. John Kop- >

wannee River last weekend: elousos of Birmingham, Ala. :

Tour woods fires with 10.4 announce tho birth of a daugh. TOTAL ,. .F
Terry Lee Paul West, 6,685,337.25
Acceptable ? acres burned were repoitel, Steve Cox. Gerald and ter on Jan. 6. Grandparent
26600SLADE are Mr. and :Mrs. J. R. Wain- '
t the Florida Forest ServiceIn :
. Trade by Woodrow Grlffls. Steve and ,L
wright andfr.: and Mrs.
Bradford County during! Stan Gay. Randy Pass, Buddy :!-
.. the first week of 1987. OnlY Broughton. Stan Sewl n. George Kopelousos of Starke.

one fire with. one acre burn- David Roberts. Ebble Kn<-ht. '
FLQIOA
Mr. and :Mrs. Marvin M.
ed was reported during the Robin Mulllns. Dick Torode.
Taylor of Lake Butler announce -
first week of 1967. Michael Olssy and Steve
the !bIrth of a daughter -


:. during average The the of county 2.9 first inches week received of of rain the an Kirkland.gomery.Scoutmaster They David were assisted'oy :.IoIont-1'' ,Bradford Starr :Mlcheal County on Hospital.A Jan. :sIn r; : -- ., :: ,/ 1 ;: : : I() (SIOTKE:' : I :, ': -- .:ii: 1 r


: APPLIANCES year New River tower r'- While! there they enjoyed -
GAS AND poi ted :2? 8 Inches Louis Hultower I I t
cooking. hiking swimming
!
. had 370, and Santa Fe ClnM 1slll.,111 l In the TELE- One of 30 Hanks of the Florida National) ) Group Member Federal Deposit Insurance
and marksmanship Corp.
Phone 961-7701 GltAPII
rl"sult.
: 332 W. :Madison\ bring
measured 2.2. l ,
S Mchael: Cissy Scribe. --J
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Blt.\DFORl COUNTY TELEGRAPH, HTARKK. FTOKTDA
TUCKS 1>AY. ".\S. 12. 1967 I

I UDC Members I r Baptists Entertain Circle WSCSEntertained


To Attend Tea Football Players I I[

In JacksonvilleW The First Baptist Churcrhonoied At Luncheon

I their BUS footbal,
r Mrs Drew Reddish und
a Weeks chapter. UDC : :pi.neis: at the morning seiv- ,
Ms: Buford Mitchell --nt' -
met Wednesday afternoon ti talned Methodist ''J",. )ie,
''aslV'ek, In the Method! C3Darlene It the 11. M\ Hatcher home
CLADYSMOOTTPhase I Three at 'a luncheon Wednesday -
Fellowship Hall with M. .>1 Sunday night after the even.utg -
of the fcr'
964-0651 at the home -
. Madge Middleton presldlrin st>rvlce.Enloylng\ : ,
Searing street !followIng
mer on
the absence of the pre! the affair whlei! '
t' the regular circle! meet-
: ADK Executive dent ;Mrs Lester Crews. I included refreshments and asocial
Garden Club Plans I rrr Y ing in the morning
i Rules for the Scholars)' \ hour, were the eighl I' Preceding the luncheon i
Board MeetsThe rend and appr i Baptist football players theirdates
District Meeting"Color \ fund were surprise stork shower wa:;
r .'d A copy of the Constiu s and Rev and Mrs. W..' Mrs Jack Ei.en
given for
In Flower Arrangement" executive board: IIr i tlon of the Confeder.ii A Hogan Mr.\ and Mis, and each member prcsi-nu, I

was the topic for tne District 2. Alpha Delta Kao- +" States was presented to t the t Charles Darby Mr.[ and Mrs,,' the honoree with a baby gitt
sorority met at the Qai- t *..ltC H A. McLeod. Dr. and Ml'lIl
program at the Starke Garden pa chapter from the UDC a I ', A surprise gift was also {.ven
den Restaurant SitOidroJan J A J, Barry and Col.! ai.d
Mon-
Club meeting held Lcf iI' president 1 I to Mrr. 'Reddish: ,, who WI'h
Ola
day night at the home of 7. with Mrs. Mrs L O Powell and Mrs Mrs: Hatcher. moving In
"": her family Is
'
of Lake City. Dls! i1tDirector I
,', Mrs.. Oarl Mathews. Means I' Mattie Qahagan: will be 11113-1 Wilmington; Dela. the end (If
presiding. I'I '
Mrs A. Russell Norman teases for the February : ley. I the month.
presented a program on tlw Plar.s were made for the ins Mrs W H. Nollman ..on- Bennett Weds Mr. Norman Mrs! Wilkerson. the bride' Arrangements of pink < i.

basic Information necessity 1967 fall worksnop. and tht ,eluded the meeting with a ChurchMiss aunt wore a dark blue dross,, mellias were used In decor.
for color In flower arranging! banquet to be held at t.it rending of a paper on Robe 1 In. Lawtey First Baptist with a blue corsage. .Irs. atlng.
the business sejsiji FEA convention Progress lit/ 'sr + of the
.JI During '. II r4 E Lee Darlene Bennetl.riece floor-length gown of chlfollwith Norman mother
P the District Five President'sfe the Scholarship House, pU uls; ,Ii' Members of the chap) Mr. and Mrs Harry a round neckline Ion groom also wore dark olue Sub Debs Plan
* diaF chased last year was
Conference plans were have boen Invited to alter' Wilkerson of Lawtey became sleeves, and layers of lace I II with blue corsage.
cussed. This District meet'.nat i discussed. Uu intmal confederate t tot te" James R. Norman the back The veil of IlluslD\ A reception was hell it Library FundThe
Inn the bride of
It,, will be held in Starke on Attending the m? 'he Jacksonville chapter)< the old Lawtey BaptistChureu )
Elate M secured with pearls HT':
of Mrs was
son
i i May 4 with the Starke ;lub: were Mrs. Sara Soon State xn r1 on Sunday. Jan 13. fromto 3 white BIble ._ The lacecover;:, d Sub Deb Club met
curried
and lace. She a
President and Miss Clet Norman also of Lawtey. Jan 5, at t the L, T
host. of centered! Thursday.
K as *\ m at the home bride's table was
. p the late Rev. J. E, Nornum. topped with white rose ,
'I CorrespondIng ) the vice
Mitchell! State with -"re
: home
a Mrs. Mathews served mlne Mrs E Ross Harris in Jacksonville :- Friday evening Dec. 30. and streamers of white satin with three-tiered weddlm Oay
meat. tarts, cookies" and coffee Secretary both of Cal- Local members dsiring < on cake. decorated with ping Ident Della Wilson prosidm.
m at (t30: o'clock in the Lawtev Mrs. !Mary Taylor, n rousl l] If
to the members '. lahan. Terry Des, Duke Be<:omes BrideLauderdale to attend are asked I to rosebuds and topped with a As one of the proleru
First Baptist: Church. Rev. of the bride was matron r the the member/ plan to
contact Mrs Lester Crews. miniature bride anicroom) year
Beta Sigma Phi Of Mr. Bryan In Ft. Edwin Harvey performed the honor nnd wore a short gow Miss Jeanette Qriffls> And contribute money to t'->-
n'I double' ring ceremony. of pink satin Bridesmaid? ,
, Junior Club Mrs. Carolyn Hodges nerved Starke Public Libiviv fol'11'
Has'Card' Party Miss Terry Dea Duke be- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LittleVomen I The wedding vows were were Miss Janet Brown o I punch from a cut ?ry.>!.tl l purpose\ of purchasing !new
To See Film I I came the bride of John Win- Glen P Dukt of Fort Laude Hear LSD Topic exchanged In front of in altar Lawtev and Miss Peggy! 'Tny bowl surrounded by lace end books. A report was made of

Beta SlR-ma: Phi sororltv met der Bryan III on Saturil.iy: ., dale, formerly of starke iI''Id: formed of branched candelabra lor of llIddleburll'ho we:I! red rosebuds Mrs Co'J"1', !: 'I' the \I'.q.lul!! ( Nf Year she

The Junior Woman Club Monday: night( at the home of.. Dec. 17 at 8 p m in the 3i bridegroom is the son Jt William Carter of Jackaor flanked on both sloes: gowns identical to the n-i No"man( kept the bride danre held at the Fairground
will see a film on Cancer at Mrs Randy Johns with MrsMeed Ambrose Epl>.('"pal ChuivhFint John W Bryan Jr of Llih .- vine of the Fharrnnceutict with baskets of laalall tron of honor and matchini book. : During! the social hour re-

their January meeting tonight' Lewis! ,in hostess> I Hiidei'rlulc wh FR'\'I 110'1' house Point, and Mrs. Ar ,' Association, gave an Inheres against 1bnckRTound of headpieces All attendant After spE'nrllnqsome time. frcylinr-nt"" were servt' I >y

(Thursday i I at 8 p m at thi After a short business mi ird et- Robert' Liebernow pei formm : Bryan of Wilton Manor. !JIg talk on L.S.D. at an open cnrrU'd: a long-stemmed rei wlt.h their guests the coupleleft Linda Jo Oay.
a < fern.Ray
club house tng and refreshments :Mrs. Gerald Crosby i of Woman' the
!
ithe meeting of the Little Norman played rose. .'
the nuptials The b' ide I < on a trip to South j lo.--
party;< was enjoyed. Starke served her sister i liS Club''Monday night The spcnker traditional wadding marches Ronnie Norman of Lawte: ida the bride traveling l.i n I THE; Uir.llT POINT for the

matron of honor. Bride er wan introduced by Marilyn) and urcMnpaniex' the so.ciht. served the bridegroom as be.- light blue knit dress! with I the way you write. Come In

maids were Pamela Watlcli! I Bollinper program chairman, Miss Helen Onsklns, man, and ushers were Rich- matching accessories and ''he I and srlcrt your favorite. ES-

and Carol Kearney. Lynr.e Ftollowlnjr: Mr. Carter's tall 1 Oiven In in-inge bv 'her aid Redding\ of Jacksonville'. white rose coisaw from hi'" 'IFIinnooK fountain pen.

irti i? McCaslin served as now..rI a round table tllscnuslon wad uncle the! bride w ire a whto and Tommy Oaskin of Law- bridal bouquet I 1 FI.EOKAPII.:
1iii Kill held.
I James Bryan attended I h8! Jayne Hardy< presided ove : -
brother a5 best mm and the the meeting duringwhlc I HURRY IN !

ushers\ were Tony Hynes "nd: plans were discussed for II I
.FMQTcIit John Abhou. dance In February The 1(11'1'!>. ''CAUSE THESE ITEMS
1et'l'ption followed In the will mold a March of Dime.

Parish HRIIhel'e the >tlll'st road block In two weeks\ and'<..1' \YAi11A WILL HURRY OUTIN
book wits kept bv the bride tentative arrangements ucimadti '

nit e Kris Crosby, of Stark for a thicken barbed u" OUR

: Among those attending:! the in April. I IMra
wedding was Mrs. H. I C L. (I. CJlbHon gave nInapllrli'ig ,
I devotion "IU
oil
Brown of Stake aunt of the
bride flections of Chrluti!l und

Al'' r J1 vvp'lHlnff trip, t*"'e New Year's:"
Al'ter the business. meetiiiUu
,tar will reside in Pill!
hostesses, Sandra Kegl' U1.
Fla
SP"11I1
i invited thmeirtbera '
and [Debbie Hardy
and guests. Into tlisunjuom '
Band Parents where refrenhmeiit. :

OF DOLLARS were nerved from a tnbl
HUNDREDS Hear ScheduleOf
white cutwor
covered with! a
ActivitiesTentative I cloth and centered with R '


plans for tt1>e large decorated candleNursing THURS., FRI., SAT. SAVE UP TO 50% !

Bradford High School Ban Council
toi the remainder of tho \1 IIIIIIUUtuUpll/l///\\\\\\ \ / / BIG

: i 'in rent term Include p.nl I! Elects OfficersThe \ ...


RIGHT !:1 ,,III I pjition at Palutka in the Azalea on March lest 4. met Nursing Monday Advisory a/t/ the Gardi'i Connell Ii ,""rm II F A B R I C S ALE !--i i.

Pin' band's schedule was
RoHUuirant with MIH I'. C RUG SAVING
iiinnunced to the BHS Ban "FLANNELS' I'IIINTS'
P'elos preHl. Parents Tuesday night! Th hi''rlart
ON NEW 1967 A report was given by MriT ''>' :?i I IM//' ; ,'Isrvwa. Utyun,
bans! was presented to tne eR'V'FN: CIN(;IIA11ti:
Barents by Mike Ja ksoi ,\ F, Hnzen. loanlo tt Ihll.lI'man 1 for Ihl'! mounts' i
The following new 01'flc"t'll -
drum major, and Boob:
Dodd. first chair drummer, were elected! : president. jEff IlEJ>l'lmI : ;

CARS AND TRUCKSt Other plans for the oaii! 'Ura. Cliiire Knight vlce-prcsi $ '

FORD include, sometime an outdoor in March pop con'ert i a- :any ent'Mrs.,, Mrs. Ruby Louise;. Johns Kite, ,store cot: $1288 ,/ AR LOW 44 VAlin

cwponding secretary. MIHUultt
tormal spring concert a par AS J

We\ Need Used Cars, And Are Offering ;: .. emu'c )given and music by the. for Band the grad Par r. Pickering.The Conin charter; .'publicity was revised, Mrs.ant LN .1 //'?II"'m'"n"\\\\"' ', \"'\ "

'nation in June.Organization
of the Lan< amended. Serving on the new" Mfns & HSweaters !I MEN'S: : AND HOY'S(
will < JUNIOR BOYS SUITS
Trade-In Values On New lomlnattng committee b .
Unbelievable was announced a?' follow: JACKETS
,, rtra.. L. O. Huzen Mm E. D r9
Donald Salazar captain;
only Mrs. L. N. Pickering, 90' Rayon Honda Knits Fine Stretch
Bobby DoJd: and Roobl.Barksdale. ire Arlen .McI
Ford Cars and Trucks. Plus Tremendous dra Register\ lieutenants and David San Pen Mra< A. E. McKlruiey \\Y Acetate= Pullovers. Knit Wa.shabie- Durably or Dry CleanableLltrJ'e

The annual meeting will b"held 4 Wool ? y
,vet'. sergeants Renee Moore
SelectionSue
In .: ''Ibrnrlan Donna Greene. S'M.stant at the Health Dcparimc.it :
Discounts Come Right : I $7.88 $8.88
: llbrirlnn; Mike Jack- n Jan. 17 at 8 pm I 3-<>'x Entire Stock

in. and Ronnie Dyal. Jrurr


Now For The Buy Of The Century! ,c major Moore Section clarinet.leaders Brinson ore Rene Sav- Weds Mary Sue Mr. Whitney Hollis II I SUPER SPECIAL Reducedgoo INFANTS WEAR


Tremendous Selection to Choose From saxophone trumpet:: Donald David Pen-Salazar l- In Fort WorthThe I COWBOY CIIIU1RENS BOOTS $ $ iUU 1'1.\nnu: DItKSSESv -: SI'OKTSWEAK

""e,' other brass, and 8obb\ I S5.99; !
Dodd percussion marriage or Miss Mary 4 8 8V2 :a j ;; $1-44:
VALUES.
6 Cyl.] Next' meeting! of the Bane Sue Hollis of Fort Worth, i'exI I

Parents is scheduled! for as.i daughter of Mr. and Mrs I $4.88 ..
V-8'* "nierdav. Feb 7. at 7:30: p. min Jeorxe W. Cheshier of Stance:. SAVK AT CAHP'SLADIES 'I'Irrl1.
MUSTANGS A1ao Men's Western Hoots t '
8 the BUS band room and Airman 2-c Robert M 11/1
4 Speeds Vhltney son of Mr. and M.-s: "... ;

Auto. Trans St:; Mark'sVomen lob Whitney of Indlanapu.ls: : .::1 j

In.t., was! solemnized: on ovember '
a Plan Work DayThe 21 in the Fort Worth n\ SKIRTS (illlL'S

AII' Force Base chapel wi'h' SWEATERS nriii
Women of St. Mark's officiating
FORDS the post chaplain
FULL SIZE held theIr< DAKK WOOLS 100' Orion i
Epi'coiial\ Church i For her wedding: the b''merore ,
meeting Mondaj' w< ol !suit Hand Waoohahle ;:;:
regular an off-white ) HARK) COTTONS : 7" j.
FALCOHS&FAmiAHESG's s night at the home of Rev and carried a bouquet of white --

24 and' Mrs R. E. MacBlaln.Mi uses. 'Y STA I'KKSS: ytf Si/.e I 1- I 11 I t'-:

) Kenneth Gilder presided The bride Is a 1064 graduate _
and H's std. & auto trans. and Mrs. Herbert of f Bradford County Hi"b $2.00

Air Condition. Thomas gave the devotional: School and attended. St Johns I ,+al ,,,,,i.
Mrs Thomas announced that RlvE'r, Junior College. Mi AND

St Mark's Church would be Whitney graduate from liln). .
host for the World Day of :hoot In Indianapolis In 19tHand 300 j
YI Prayer on Feb. 10 at 10 a. m. attended Indianapolis: : $4.00

TRUCKS Mrs: Edward Burns and Mrs
College
FORD Stanley Noesel are chairman I Mr. and Mrs. Whltnev are' "//1/11"11111\\\1'-

10 and co-chairman In charge of re siding at 3712 W Seventh

the program All churches In I St. In Fort Worth. /// "_/ _.\.\.l _
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be active participants. AREA; m Iii CARP'S "tSl'1.: JAN.Decorator .
All women of the church
WHITE SALECeiordinated
THE BRADFORD
are asked to attend/ :! a workday Rugs LADIES
; at the Parish House d turday OUNTY TELEGRAPH \ t' STILL IN:' PROGRESSPEPPEUELLSHEETS:

CKWith Terwillegar morning at 19 o'clock. :\1Jrhine11*! hahle : '
\ Clyde will Published! every Thursday 4.DRESSES
Mr W R. Richardson tot ..t 138 W. Call St. Skid Kcsistant: A 72x1OH, () in. $I 77
nave charge of altar duty .
4 I ""* : Starke, Fla.. 22091 $2.88SPECIAL 8I\'J: !) in.
AND:> SAVE HUNDREDSnlillfli Feburary. fir ICI'UI''tU: < : I'.' TO
DIPUT nun and truest were .
Members
OF' DOLLARS Second class postage paid
invited Into the diningroom at Starke Fla.
CANNON
where a salad course was I % :
Ford Dealer in off HATH TOWEf*
Your Authorized jcrved The table was overlaid BubRcrlptlon Rate: 50
with a white linen clo-hind In trade. area: 93.50 per Get l Your Carpet From e -- 79c

Bradford and Union Counties centered with an ar- yr; $2.00 pix month. Carp's Ity .\mericanCarpet 1-AIUiE SKI.FCTION: : -:-- Keg.

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sngrement! of early spans: 2. L. Matthews editor and TO C1IOOSK FKOM. ';.. -::::::: 580
elt'le""e ) j
lowers flanked on publisher 100'( CONTINUOUS]

4' by silver candle holers Outsld trade area: $1 OO FILAMENT: : :NYLON -
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vnrnt. RRADFOnn oorvnr TrwinnArn. BTARKR. FLORIDA THURSDAY. JAN. 12, 1167" I
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nuts Tournament in Dunedin, But there was still 19 Seconds But they put on a 22 point Bank Reports Peek Jr.. president. Ernest .ISnend I
For Eighth Win Everybody except high; scoring left. The (Slock' showed. scoring exhibition in the final vice pre',dent. J H
Wayne AIcLeod will bo :.10 left, and! Coach! Adkirucon eight minutes for a convincing Banner YearOne Tomlinson, cashier Helen C
ready for Ocala Friday Me- called.l time out aiad: made the 50-S1: win The score 'v>as 10-9 Glasgow and Ruth S Johns,

Leod( turned one nnklc offamntKloiida : officials correct tbi,.. clock by after tho first period!, 2O-19 of the best year's 'n assistant cashiersA

Casters Roll 71-40 Over Lake City High; In the fourth ordering that it not: be alnited( at the half, and 37-35 after Its history was repotted by S. statement of conditionof

uvmtLme, and then turned" the until the Starke .player. re- the third perlox. L. Peek, Jr., president, at tae the bank as of December
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L oilier against' Lake City Tuesday ceiving the 'ball Injbouiids had -Wayne JVtcLeoil' led Ute scoring 29th annual meeting Tuesday 31. 1966 Is contained in an

night. Ho returned to the touched leather. ,' : with 27 points, I'au! Mc of stockholders of tile ad In this issue of The Tele
to win. Managing -
there
Rolling ovci L. City 71- second period the Tornadoesled went out I 71.40 romp over Lake City, The Tornadoes, tlg.itins;;; all Leod had 16, Gieg Reddish Florida Bank at Starke. graph.

40 Tuesday n.nht: Bradford Lake City 32-4. to control the tip tour 01'steal 2 Cage Games however after the ankle had the way went dovfmoitrt and added( 8, Larry Brown had 4, The following directors I
the ball In first
HIgh'l'n;?:eis won their "Boy I tell you we looked received treatment. with Ice Dale Crosby sent one towardthe while Bob White and Dale I were re-elected for the flaw MIIIC' : OKWKKIINO\xrl: U.
all.
eighth game against two defeats great. We really played a the first Tour! or stal the Are ScheduledTwo pncl, banket. It fell bhn'6r:, but Crosby each had two points. year: S. a Denmark C. EHemwall :

and remained under ballffame." Coach Adkinson the Tornadoes played contiolball Starters Friday will probably Richard Williams. rebounds The I.lve Oak five was unexpectedly S L. Peek Ji..: "f I I'll,,HI, Federal. I "NI,11'IM'. '' t1' I II..l"
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feated in regular season play said.. for first half each o"ertime games are on tap tor be Patti MCLeod!, Bo!v White and passed to tall Bruce .lack- quick and Cast, real- Ernest J. Snead W. B. Bo-I 4lllll.AMMOvlitthll,. st;till"11, l K. I II IMl I
m.rtlug'
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In a thriller in Tallahassee "We really moved that bald period! Ithiee I minutesl.They I Bradford High's tough Tor"ado Larry Brown Grog Reddish son under the basket. ly giving the Tornadoes trou- well and Harold C. Wall. |I I,I I tin' ,rn\. .. "I i ,in,, 1111..." i ,.
the Torna- In the first quarter. We mov- played for the single: if Is I 1\\1' SIM; III 'I r."nil.I\ 1t llu., .
Saturday night baakeflballcrs\ during the and Wayne McLeoJ he Jackson sunk a lay-up with ble until they began hitting: In At the directors meetl'M; u .. .. ,
does slipped past Florida ed the ball got good shots, sure shot that would put coming week .- they go to healthy Rookie Bruce Jackson three seconds leCt on the dock the final period. following the stockholders .il' J 'i i I"..ill i k. ill in, i\III I I i,"il'",ii'i i iW .,

High 46-44 in five overtimes. and put It In the bucket. he I them two points In front and Ocala Friday night Jan. 13, a 6'8" specimen. will giving the Tvrnadooa their' 8t..U..U.. meeting the following otti-!, 1 I"(j; ,. I II !
A big fourth quarter last Friday continued. yet not leave Florida High; and meet St. Augustine here probably, Hub if Wayne is unable 46-41 edge. I' Lake City
night in Live Oak gave "They did more things enough time to get down{ next Tuesday, Jan 17. to go. 1C was Jack.fun'8 only: basket BUS -. -- 23: 9 24 15 7t I'I'I .

them their flint of the three they were supposed to do on I court and score Ocala has won nix ot" the Paul McLeod broke the Ice of the night. I L. C. _______ 4 11 9 1C- 40(
big wins as they downed the their own without me having But the strategy forced last seven grime, includinga with a beautiful dotible-handoil "We stayed cool, cr Inb and I BUS J .- Reddish.. 5 3 I 1.)

. Bulldogs 39-51! to tell them ." Florida high to adopt win over tough( Daytona reverse lay-up bock over his collected. They did a good job," I White 2 6 10; Jackson: (000. NOW YOU ,(I
But the contest against The Tornadoes poured in the same plan. Wayne Mc Bench Mainland. Ocala \In. a head driving iruler' tlio. basket Conch Adkinson salt' 01 his !I P. McLeod S 5 17:, Brown :2 2

arch-rh Lnk City Tuesday ,,23 points in the first period Leod put the round ball Class AA school and owns u Starko led 4341. Charges.Adkliuton: I 6; W. MrLcud( 10 3 23; Crosby CAN ENJOY r
was billed its the biggest of : end 24 In the third and:! had through the hoop as plannedIn 6-0 season record. The team But Bill Clayton evened 'It called nine time 0 0 0 Silcox 102; Williams !=

the three The Tornadoes{ { four men In double figures the first two overtime per- also gives the Tornadoes for the capital city team witha outs during the ftlt.t tn period I I O 0 0; Jones 0 0 0; Grlffls 0 I. 1"
SANDERS;
rose to the occasion of Coach Wayne McLeod led with 23. iods, but Florida High nothing In height jumper, making, it 43-43.: and five overtimes to keep his 0 0; totals 26 19 71. COL. aitECII'Is

. Wainey Adklnson's 200th I Paul McLead had 17 dreg matched him each time. The It will be the second meet. With 1.20: left, Greg RecUJ-m boys calm: and using their I I Florida High damnB113 I

: .:; coaching vlrtoiv and completely i Reddish 13 and Bob White score stood at 4141. ing between the two teams was fouled.! lie sunk the first heads Ha said he thought his 99 12 722005;; (

. lipped open the Ti 10. They led 32-15 at the During the second two: when the Yellow Jackets of idiot In a 1-anxH nituati MI, charges could central: : tne ball F. H.8 8 11 10 2 2 0 0 3--41 Kentucky
. could St. Augustine. comes to town the Tornadoes< one Lip about two minute at the time
overtimes neither team putting I .
ger's 2-1-2 M>nr dfri""n si(' half and 56-24:! after the BUS Reddish Oil; White
still tiedltolltR" next Tuesday The Tornado &t 14-43 But then Bruce JacK- ''Without making a mistake.
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. At one pom') \ '.lily in I theFLORDA third peilod score and it was 1 0 Uaeksim; 1 (0 2; P. Mc-
the first contest 6740. who had into the The McLeod brothers dominated
I It was the first frame: of Into the fifth overtimeTORNADO I won eon gone Leod 4 9 17; Brown 0 1 1; W. Fried
Coach Warney Adklnson'scharges during the second over- scoring for the Torna-,
th,' season in which the boy frame McLeod 9 5 23; Crosby (O 0 0;
. are heading into the time after Wayne McLeod turn doe -- Wayne led with 23
i en llv played! together Coach Williams 000; totals' 15 10 46.
weekend's fray undefeated. In ed 'his ankle, fouled High's while Paul bad 17. Bob White
Adkinson said and had four regular! season play and with Karl We''-'''. and Bruce Jackson had two Live Owk. Game Chicken
in double figures. __ ___ <.
an over-ell record of 8-2. They Using that strategy of hisCoach each while -iicg Reddish! and BHS ) 10 10 17 12 5 j..
Getting shots within four _____.
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have beam beaten only by AcMolnRon called time Larry Brown had one point(
THEATRE feet of the basket continuously BHS -. Reddish< .. 3 28; White "It's Lickin' Good"
: defending Class A state cham- out to "let him (Weiso) thinkIt Finger
the Tornadoes bucketed I. pions, Dunedin, and Class AA{ over.' Weiss! walked to the each.Keith Nteylund led Florida 1 0 2; P McLeod 8 0 19;
49 per cent from the field .M T St. Petersburg Northeast In line, mink, the first of a 1-and- High with 16 points and Karl: Brown 2 0 4 ; W. McLeod 11' PHONE AHEAD; 9 1-1505:;
ShO'wtime-Wlioekdays! 7 I and hit 73: per rent from the A tho Highland Classic ChristCli 1. tieing the score at -11-41. Wels.t had 15. 5 27; Crosby 102; totals 26 YOUR ORDER WILL HE; READY

. Sunday 3:00, Saturday; 1 free throw line. But he completely, missed the :Live Oak 7 59. EAT IN OR TAKE OUT -

: Friday. Saturday Larry Brown led thi re- L "' f>f the t'Ir!' nil 'I'urt' I buck board and rim with his. Against Live Oak last Friday I I 1601 N. Temple Ave. U. S. :301 North
ooundlriK against the Tigers fa E llv IJ<>ulilh.. M. Aluudv I)' |poly second charity attempt, and the the Tornadoes also hat a I A Classified! Ad in the TELEGRAPH C. R. BRAS WELL. Owner-Manaeer: Ii
Jan. 13. II tBy '
. who matched the Tornadoesin Clerk 1112 U if-*,! Tornadoes rebounded. close conUst for three pcrloas brings)! results. ,._ J
height with 11 and added S .
: Double Feature Program I _
six points. Paul McLeod had
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. 'I White four each \"
Bob
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Until being inundated by I' Jim TNup : :>
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girls I the Tornadoes Lake City .-, .. ... ,1
Thermo.Nuctear | !IIIIIIHIIIIilv State Bank of Starke

Navels! had to lost Mncclonnv.only two games defending both)I The Tornado ca ers hit a Tlic

I Class B state championsThe hot streak against Lake City I
Tigers are now 5-3 on Tigers in their Tuesday night CI

Ily the season encounter and led at the endo
AY" STARKE FLORIDA
itAMCIICANINIIRNATIONAL I F>.>rlil.i High ; the first quarter 24-6 then ,
I It's hard to see how it
went on to a 71-40 romp.{
i could: have been closer Saturday Bob White. Greg Redrllih.

night against Florida Paul McLeod and Wayne Me-
High; Till win coming on a Leod .all hit !In the double Statement of Condition December 31 1965
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i lay-up by rookie Bruce Jack- figures.
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son with six seconds remaln'I Wayne was high point man '

j Ins In the fifth overtime. with 23 points and Paul was RESOURCES LIABILITIESCash
'I That's a. record for a Bradford next with 17. The team look-

I High team too. But not ed much better against LakJ
p i.i for Coach Adklnson. who City than they have at any: and Due from Banks X243,1 16.49 Deposits 2721363.81

played six overtimes a few other time this year. Larry\

years back when coaching at Brown while not a good outside U. S. Gov. and Other Securities 1,317,933.79
( Unearned Interest
63,303.06
D ioJFool''m6iRtUOMBS)! I -
Blountstown But you guessed shooter, Is one of the

it he won that one oo. by strongest rebounders In the and Discounts .
Loans 1,392,347.73
Stock 100000.00
Capital -
: one point. area and !should make up for
!
Both teams made it ado- his lack of points by getting
and Fixtures
Furniture 16,420.12
I fen' lvo" hal1'"1 me. both 'tart.1 the rebounds. Surplus 85,000.00 I
mcl quirk The Tornadoes 1 talked
While at the
aame
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outscored Fim!Ida High one head I Banking House Owned 66,321.89 .
,;;;, FR\IO'-\) to Paul Quinn Tiger )I Undivided Profit 28,677.27
PRIC"fABIAH"-CICCIO' MTONELUAMECHE point in each of the first football conch about the

I three periods to lead 9-8 speaker for tha Tiger football Other Real Estate 3000.00 Reserve Account 40795.88
I the first period. 18-18'
lifter banquet.| They had Fiankllowaid.
-PLUSro I at the helf. and 30-27 after Clemson College TOTAL .
dropped $3,039,140.02 TOTAL $3,039,140.02'Statement
the third. But they coach and one of the out-
* f three points In the fourth standing men of his profession -

quarter getting outscored 10-) I wanted to know how

DDN 7 to manufacture the 37-37 Lake City could draw suchan
(IJ Utm tie at the end of regulation outstanding speaker. He

itifeCfup play said that Howard came to of Condition December 31 1966
OXOWOWCOUMI Coach Artklnson played ,
- /O / I Lake City for his expenses-
-- V strategy ball for the first
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four overtimes then we Just $200.Coach Quinn expiesse-1 RESOURCES LIABILITIESCash

N disbelief when I told him
'e Sun., !Mon., Tues. I that we were never able to


Jan 15, 16. 17comedy I 30:1: to net quet send the rpeakers one University of their and of top couldn't Florida ban- and Due from Banks $494,279.51 Deposits $3,616, 1 00.. 43



ofaU DRIVEINOPEN approach Quinn Gator said,Ray."When you U. S. Gov. and Other Securities 1,921,888.58

have a championship team Unearned d I Interest 65,902.01
t
timer like Starke you should be t -

7:00 able to get the best In the Loans and Discounts 1,454,682.91.
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SHOW TIME 7:15: business: I am sure that

I most Tornado fans will agreeon
ADMISSIONAdults this point with the Tiger Furniture and Fixtures 13,749.05 Capital Stocl100,000.00\
: 75c Students 60c coach.It -

Children Under 12 Free could be that different

: Fri., Saturday Sun. agreements the up-comlnir will spring be made sports for Banking House Owned 64,391.49 Surplus 100,000.00Other

Ian 1:1: 11.t 1 15; banquet and for next year's,

i Double) Feature Program football banquet.

TilE BICCESTCOUNTYMLLgceAM80JQEE FIRST METHODIST Real Estate 1,500.00 Undivided Profits 35,659.88



I CIIVItCH.Sunday -STARKE Church School, Other Resources 2,255.25
w.G Reserve Account 35,084.47.
I EYERFMEP/ 9.45: : a. m. Morning Worship, ..
11 a. m. Snack Supper for

\\-i nt MYF. 6 p. m. MYH meetings
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AU-COI-'EI 1 6:30: p. Church-wide Mission TOTAL $$3,952,746.79
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.., Study 7pm. TOTAL $$3,952,746.79OFFICERS
Olrl Scouts
Monday -
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p. m. Methodist Men's Club

jfwft meeting Fellowship Hall & EMPLOYEES DIRECTORS

Tony Curtis'.Jack ; 7:30.: .

Wednesday Prlma.y.Junior. ,
Lemmon \ n. and Youth Choir S. E. Simmons, Chairman of Board H. H. Adams M. D. 9
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NatalleWoOd Practice 315.: Prayer Meet- Charley E. Johns President!

BlAKE EDWARDS' QGOIII.l ROB i\ -JdlO"RI.U1 tnMII\t\ "_"" i ill'TECH ing 7 p. m.Thursday Cub Srout Pete II. G.(!Epps. Felon Exec.Vice-President Vice-President Continued d Growth h in a Bank k E. M. Brinson

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"The Great ..;,F Den 4 meets In Fellowship
Margaret I I. Miller, Ass't V-P & Cash
Pete G. Felos M. D. t.
'C.OR.
: Hall. 3:15.: Chancel Choir rehearsal ,
Race1TICHNICOLOW < \ Jean. O. Norman, Ass't Cashier I.

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FROM WARNER BROS.I ;i- 60S" ; '!1'" i>Kri\u' ..
In 1'I reult'o. .?re. llni. <|fordwant. William E. Tilley, Teller C. Jerome Johns
t ,. Fhirlilnt in'hnnrerF. .
i RODERTPATRICK Florence Plucker Head Bookkeeper
Wednesday, ThursdayJan. SSitEIF:: RISE SS.tW1U.ZENSC : :: II. Shituly.. .flnlnttrr vWia Marseille Bennett, Bookkeeper The People" Leila S. Mundy j
18, 19we :\I. Shoalv r>i'f ndant.
? .-i,ROBERT PATRICK PRODUCTIONS NOTICi: TO AITPAKT. : Julius Eunice BookkeeperDot
.. : Vera M li.lv l Green Simmons, Bookkeeper
You are hitreby .nutlffed! that D. B. Odom
-PI.Us- ii milt. for nivnrra hn. beentitiil Barbara Mosley, Bookkeeper

PCVMXNQ ACTION named nivulnflfe. Court you and in auwQ tht nbovt and Mary Lou Gn.inn, Bookkeeper S. E. Simmons
pisrw vim nri r.iiilri|; >,ii tn ..TV. n
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I -.s ciiTlt. of tinI'lroult Court. on Community ,
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Dimes March 5 InjuredIn THV>ni,rI,l or ("nn, ". I'firn-. I .rlfittl'in
Old Lawtey Berry Wharf May See Action Again I "mNii'miM-n"' nf FrndMrrt CountyKliirlitn. ,, I I Motor nil in 1 aM, lo.L ''
will "iciulviFinn' luiirL' atttt. ...iiI &r. .allR iiI ..
Needs Coins"March Accident; "",'111,1,| Rlilx ut 10 no ii. ni onth I In ,"'....1|.1PI SHI'\ ties VIM
I),,> "mnrnltiff, .nt h'ttl''ruary I.I I. MM X, n l'I nv ullablt MAK:
I nti7: 1 I In ti) .. onuttioiim, In t ti'' Qradv, low thrniicn. inv indnmoi
An agreement to lease the I er's market here. At one according to County Agent up. > He favors uny program of Dimes coin collectors -' 2 On HondaFive courtUoimn. for the. following.ThU : Military Bn. ", 1f'IcUI: < "im Mt
old strawberry wharf to Doyle -, time, Lawtey was the berry I George Huggins The idea of a farmer..owni,i that will product a better I bid will be for the yvarhi'irlnnlnrx IA-2104 A.
I are all over town, February 1, 1KA7* 6. All purponi! guan" >.n.
Starling to market berries shipping center for this area One disadvantage of split! ed co-op has merit according ( return to the slower. Harold Davis chalrmin I injured and vndlnx "eamber> > 31, ItAT* *iti'Hdo HO* and 140 B Kalloi.. .im'5ff ,
during the coming season of north Florida. ting the berry market Hug- to the county agent in The Lawtey council liked says teenage boys were i HIM 'mil, Will Ha C'on.ld..r \ gallon drum (inS, To 1,"1,1 ar<
I of this phase of the annual and three of them hoSpitalized -, AB A Pnakngn BUI, must Inset M I I.I.'i"' was made by the Lawtey city I There has been some dissatisfaction gins said would be the cut in that it could own trucks and! the I eof: the town again I 1. RvKiilar. anwillne. not lean "
drive. and we urge the pub- \! l whom a Honda motor-
council last Thursday night over the last I volume at either market. A keep a local man. working becoming a berry market and ttmn 'M Ootnn., 6. Mllltl-pUrpolH'. Ul ttLMt IIS
lic to cooperate:! by putting! rvclc ""q gMe-8\vlppe 1 Satur- 2. DIe el Fuel N<>. 8.I lb. rontftlnotn, 'tint' 120 'tbcontnlnir
Jan. 5.StarLing. few seasons with prices: at major problem of local berry for a commission on his' Uewed Starling's plans as a ..
their 'extra change' to wont day night as it met a 1957/ ::1.I .Mull.r Oil CaR Iota In 24
said he represented the Starke market on the marketing has always been sales at northern markets to boon to Lawtey. Mayor riuart cain. and M gallon All No.2 Tiiol and Keroonni
I In the fight aalnst: birth de- Oldsmooilo which was parsing! .
an un-namej group of ber- part of some berry growers- getting enough volume to attract make sales of local berries. Charles Dinkins and Coun- fects." another vehicle. drum Motor. Oil will m... API Burvlco houm to be, BupplliMl ARII, .,iiltupal to. th.Building ur.
ry growers who have been There has also been talk a number of outside Shipping their own berriesthe cilman Paul Dlnklns both Still hospitalized Is Austin Ctamilflcatlon DS iiv..llii llvalllt Cllnl unil County l Sal'l>

promised that between 75 among local: !growers of form- I buyers. Competition among farmers could reap) the commented favorably on the TJ* i-nairmnr expresse-1 Cary Smith, 17 driver of the *lil,. In 40W SAK Thl nm<]011.1<>. lOW,1" The ..UC'pi from> .ful the bid do.ireasnt will nunPiter pulchnne.

and 80 acres of berl'les111 Ins a co-op among themselves -I buyers. Huaglns pointed out, profit of the middle::! man. the plans. concel'n:01' public unawareness Honda. E'mltli' BiwLslneU o through 1111'1 roqulri'inontH I" of <.nini'li. "" ,. nil .underground aqulpniotit
be sold through the market. to ship their own berries. Is helpful in keeping prices shipper. that birth defectsare severe laceration of the leg ,,,'rl1llnl, ( unilnr, Hcrvliclniml. nt mnjor oil lompany.
Thill oil -. I II .
the second greatest destroyer floutlon. D01./ Iini'ft prlvM
That represents approximately and a broken right hand when I n".iiiin| >tn\<'HIM' tor tnllltarvHpc The* Bnurd, r.Ner.tn, tb i iirh
25 per cent of the of life In the United the Honda was knocked :315: ( Ifli ill ImiN. M I I.. 1.45119. *': '.1 rejr I States. Even more appalling fur. hi, th MIUIIIII' ''. ill"H<'l 'nrflll"i .)
berries crown In the county I i feet Into a telephone pole. '"milk., >a..' nil. I II I Hhllll UHIin | ". "charli-n. > Darby .'I" '5I
and Starling said he hopes. Charges Made by Lawtey Councilman he said. Is the tremendous according to Florida Highway I ,""i't' ill' 'maun ta'tiarnrs! ret i I'I>u li II'' '!1''

3 I to secure promises of more rhvslcil and mental damage Patrolman. E.': Sunclberg. I
acreage. resulting from the birth of Driver of the Old moblle wan

:: After!; some discussion the Charges made by Councilman the streets because he had place between Dlnklns and the council! that "I want 250,000 defective babies each Ernest Albert Varties, IT, of -

council agree!, to lease the Paul Dinkins delayedthe more time for It than :did! the Marshall Jordan who entered'' overybTny to know you can year. Rt. 2, Starke who was charged
I
market for a nominal charge annual organizational other council members.It I the argument during the discussion -I da: anything you want to Improved techniques of diagnosis with Improper passing:" Varnes RATS

Starling is to have the lease meeting of the Lawtey City I was only clear that over hauling the as- and: I wont have any resentment enied at, and centers treatment financed pion-b.. and Everett He' lev, 16. i passenger -
; the HondA. released -
on were
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drawn up.8ta1'l1ng Council last Thursday night. klns thought his phalt. The marshall defended at all." He hid openedthe :
of Dimes bars
Din-I the Mirch from the Tues U.SA
first offered to hospital ISO) THE
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I Jan. 5Mayor. I II streets chairman last Mayor Shufol'd.Never exchange by asking made It possible for many of day. Two other passengers in
PlY the city for: use of Rosier the I Charles Shufordwas 1 had been usurped by satisfied. DinkIns "What does an ordinancemean these children to lead pro- the car Ronald Thornton 1*>, WILL 00 AMESTIMATED

wharf but Marvin accused by Dinkins of I mayor. I had the final word telling when It's made?" ductive lives. DulslaId./ and Larry Laverne Thornton '
and Councilmen Paul Din-
violating a city also took '
ordinance1. A sharp exchange "Many serious ailments 1:1: 16, were Injured slightly 'but
kins reminded the board that prohibiting Marshall M.IJOI'dan
adults the result of .
remanIE'riltlon may be not hospitalized.A
farmers built and paid for !from drawing
defective development before fourth passenger/ / In the '
the platform wtth It !going to other than his $100 I Dennis Kelly Denise Jack-
I NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED birth" the chairman added. car. James Paul Thornton 18.
the city after Lawtey mar- per week salary from the son Charles Wi Ight. "Thus. the actual toll of escaped InJII'Y.The .
I ket went dead city. Dinkins also salj!: the;; CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYCatherine 8th GradeSharon Clark. birth defects Is much greater Oldsmobile wad travel- ,1,000,000,000.00 Jn damage this yeor t"" '
Berries were last marketedat food, property, humans end live
mayor had "taken over" the I II Oliver Crum Legertha drlf- then Ing east on SR-100 ab ut :300 Stock. Rot-
previously' suspected.
( !
Lawtey in the middle of | street work in the city when feet outside the city Hunt west I borne diseases have killed more humans than
ftn.9th These latent 'defects:! areone I
late forties, but the market i, he (Dlnklnsl 1 had been appointed PECKEATION NEWS | McFashlon have Grade -Henry Franklin of the specific targets of of town when Varnc begun ell the wars MI history. For safe -scientific

moved to Starke with the chapman of the The Reno Recreation Baa- had an extended visit with Carolyn Brown Mary scientific research now beini; pacing a 1038: Ford. The IJon- I pest control you con depend on FPC
construction of a state firmv Street Committee last year ketball Team kept their rec- their sister. Mrs. Alice Mc- lee Lane. Bruce Addison. da was going west meeting* the
conducted March of
(I when he took his seat after'I old unblemished last week Dou le and family since !>tc-I Shirley Fnyson. Hazel KIng. Dimes /suoport.with two oncoming cars. I FREE INSPECTION! AND ESTIMATES

rounc"man Sp'irgeon Mas- by downing Lawtey Recreation ember 17. They are 10th Grade Mazella Dur- Also aimed at reducing the Varnea apparently suw the

STOP sey resigned 61 to 49 Gainesville 64 to return to Brooklyn. N. Y.i I ham. Brenda Taylor Gloria risk of defective babies. Davis motorcycle In. Ma I.Rht the I 1' UNDER DIRECTION
Of GRADUATE
l However. former Chairman' to 40. and Daytona B--ach this weekend. Hutrhlnson Juanita Griffin. said. Is a March of Dimes! mishap occurred at 10"i5:: ]>.m., II W..1LUIDA INTOMOLOGISTONTOI.

/ H W. I Buster I Bennett ad- 73-53. ChURCh NEWS Sandra Williams Donnie educational program stressIng and attempts to avoid a collision slST

tournM the fii.il 1 meeting of The three wins last week Pastoilnl Day will be heM Jnckson. Eloulse Cooper. the Importance of prenatal / by crossing In front: of '
J the I960 council. te"'"
'DRAFTS ; that any differences without a defeat for the Recreation God In Christ. Elder D. R. llth Gl'adeAlI'e Turner. I mothers. der of th" road. "hOUI-// 964-3965 A CNIKUCM.CO.

which mlijht! exist could not team. Leading scorersIn Williams''' pastor. Sunday Ralph Byrd. James! Small.! But tno car eideHWlppoJ I

be cleared u-> that night' i the three games were Bob- School. 10 a. m. with Deacon Anthony DeSue Nellie Davis. Patrol IsHiie Thanks cycle, knocking off Smith and
Bennett said he was the I bv Williams with 60 points. Tom Hall and Bro. Dewey! Audrey Griffin. Clara Ham-' the paiwenger Henley.

one responsible for hiring: | and Henry Dommon with 55. Taylor In charge- Morning ilton. Catherine Johnson! The Starke Civil! Air Patrol
t.hemarshall! for haullnif a I Leroy Thomas and Jerome I service. 11 ::15. Young People's 12th Gl'adeDorothy Da Squadron wishes to thank '

load of asphalt to Lawtey. Pelhim were outstanding on Willing! Woikers 6 p. m. with vis. Sylvester Franklin. the public for their cooper- I
DinkIns had charged the defense.Mr. the president Sister Shh.leyMarks. Frankie Lee Jickson Rosa ation in making the recent THE RIGHT I-OINT for the GET CASH
in charge. Evening DcSue William Lane. wash the way write. Come In I
mayor with that action Jackson: lc very pleased car a success you
which he said was in viola- with the hard work .ind worship. 7:15.: The choir will Principal's List: Ronald The squadron also thanks and select your favorite' Es-I IMMEDIATELY
.
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tion of an ordinance:! passedhv practice the boys have put In serve throughout the day. Strong 3.83 average.Mayor's Paul Faulkner for the u.ie TERBROOK fountain( J> .

the council Nov. 11. 1965. the basketball program. Home and Foreign Mission of his Sinclair Service Sta- TELEGRAPH. I II
Bennett explained that he The team will travel to will be held at 7:30: p. m.. CourtThe tion. II I
I Qjlnesvllle Saturday! to play Tuesday. Everyone Is Invitedto
attempted for two weeks to :
worship with vs. !5W; $25 TO $600
net somebody to haul the as- the recreation team, there.
Funeral services\! for Mrs. following! cases wera
nlialt but that everybody was Recreation activities are Annie B. Chandler will beheld disposed of In Mayor's Court I For the best deal
busy setting strawberries and being held at the center
2 Sunday at Kbe- Tuesday night with Council .!
1 p. m.
ho used the marshall Mondnv
as a through Friday. DO YOU HAVE.
nezer Baptist Church Rev. Chairman Carl Hurst serving;; in a new Chevrolet .
last resort. The former chair- OBITUARY
E. D. Robinson pastor. Halle as acting: mayor In the absence -
4
man took full blame for that -Too payments to make
Funeral services for Leroy I many
& Chestnut Funeral Home in of Mayor Randal Chi t- OK
*ft charge by Dlnklns. Williams who died tv who Is still confined to a or used car :
charge: of arrangements. -Too bills to ?
The ch-uu that the I Jan A. will be Thurs-\\ many : pay
acP EASY TO INSTALL :!? ma'rnrtook day : Greater Allen Chapel 1 AME Gainesville hospital:
over supervision of rh- 11 a m Sundav In
Church Sunday School. 10i Ernest Anderson Starkc
: < See
Inside or Outside street work was never settled Allen Chapel AME Church m with Choir Union at dl.iorjeily conduct by dlstu.1- DO YOU NEED
Complet6-7Z x 36" Plastic Sheet because" it could not be deter- with Rev L A. Sampson
of-I blnar the and .
Mivcclenny ; flgh tllll
Allen Chapel Church. : pence (
with molding and nails. mined in thE' meeting when I flclating Halle & Chestnut''. .
3 p. m. Rev Levy 10 ttty* or $85 fine. Ermie JonesAt EXTRA CASH NOW?
I 4 ,dwer S.IUmbsr SfOr. DInkins was named street Funeral Home Is in charge of Charles Starke.
IvywhSr. S Lermon pastor livening service Fayson.
hall-marl The council at one err .inuements I 8pm I disorderly conduct by doiru t!.
! ...., ., ,)iJw ".",. time did !rIve the mayor responsibility HOME: : VISITIVO I harm with knife, 10 i LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR
bodily
_... w'fr ,, r. ....... I HONOR ROLL
I -..... ... Mrs ,
Ch._ II i foi supervising !Mrs Lillian Lewis and davs fine. .
I i I 7th. Gl'adeVelma \Wade.dcTrr'I.ifl or $65 Baldwin Chevrolet MONEY% I'ROIJLEMS

,,',-. -..- ... . I Willie T. WIlliams Waldo.
"- .4.'- .:: -, :- _..'-1uE.__' : :'- .. '. : ..- : : I driving without license.!
$2750 or five days. 301 North We Are Trained To Help!

Delia May Martin. Starke.

fighting disturbing, $55 the or 10 peace days. and, Large Selection New and Used Cars on Town Finance' Co.

Sammy Smith Starke. voluntary Our Lot at All Times.

intoxication forfeited 226 N. Temple Th. 964-9091

NOTICE Harry 827 50 Moron fine. Agin Sbnrke. I I j.

reckless driving. forfeited "..,j

> fine.
$10250 Loran Crews. Starke. vol- O F F ICE II S First Federal d I Savings and d Loan AssociationOf

untnry Intoxication $27 50 I o* A. J, THOMAS, Jll.

five days. Chairman of the Board,
Linwood Coffee Starke. Starke

voluntary Intoxication $6.50 D.VSCOM; F. MI/ELI, JR.

TO STARKE EXCHANGE and 30 days probation. I'loxlilont mill Manager. ST AliKE, FLORIDA

Tommy Brown. Starko.volunt.ary .
JOhN A. TOKODE
Intoxication $27.50 Statement of Condition AFTER the Close of Business
forfeited. Vice/ I'rrohlpnt anti Treasurer'

SUBSCRIBERS Dan Williams. Lawtey vo RUBY JOHNS December 31, 1966
untarv Intoxication, five days
In jail. Secretary
ASSETS \B1LITIKS AND NET WORTH
Roy D. Smt ,h, Richmond

o Va.. reckless driving in school Tint )Mortgage, Loans. $3.118.63&"U I 1 Havings Account.* $2,111: .'75.26:

zone. 27.50 forfeited. S All Other I-oiiim. "1. 6..IHJ) Ailviinren from Federal

Willie Turner Jr.. Lawtey Cash on Hand & Home Lonn Bank 100.0OO.OO

reckless driving! in school in Hani 150,829.71' LOIUIM In Procviw, 26.741.43'

New Central Office EquipmentWill zone 27.50 or five days. DIRECTORSDOYLE Stock FIILI1 12,800.00 Other Llabllltt" J1.70O.45'

James Rons. Bradford. Hol- CONNER Fixed Assets. lean Specific Rdtorveft. 1913.10

ly ,Hill failure driving to have while vehicle drinkIng Honda Conun. of Agriculture: DepredationInferred 10,003.19 General ReMorven. 23,543.31:

Chargm. said. Surplus 4.538.46
Be Placed In Operation under control causing acci- 8. a. DENMARK: .
fine forfeited. Other '\"l48t.* 11,970.312,845,891J51
dent, $205
Owner, Denmark Furniture Co.( Total( IJwIillltlpit. / and

Total A-.tII 'Net Worth |(2S43,891.SI( :

Raid itunv JOHNSRetired of ----- .- .
Early Sunday Morning Shine City l| CouncilKUOENB member '- =-


Nets Still L. MATTIIKWS: First Federal Continues To Offer More ForThe

February 5 Owner- IMibllMuT,
; Man CaughtA Bradford County Telegraph' Investor

I- BASCOM F MIZCtJU JR.
I: fast and furious moon- Managing Officer-First Federal Our Assets Grew Approximately Million In 1966c.
t o shine raid last Friday mornIng -

1i saw arrested 44-year-old:! A. ROBERTSHuHlneiuinian Liabilities (exclusive of Ravings accounts) were decreased
Purvis E. Grlffis who lives
Fanner' over $73,000.00 during the
just off U. S. 301 north of year.

Starke. .\. J. THOMAS JR.
BE NOTIFIED OF YOUR
YOU WILL
i Deputy Sheriffs A. E. Attorney (
Brown Jr. and Robert Green

participated In the raid along JOHN A. TOKODE 4 50/ We Pay The Florid 5.25 %
\ NEW NUMBER SOON ; with state and federal Owner, Torode( Oil Co. *

.
Per Annum
gents. Oriffls was charged Per Afi/ium State Class "A" Intangible -
with possession of a 300 gal- Anticipate! Rate On

BY MAILINDEPENDENT lon moonshine still but has Anticipated Kate On Tax For Certificate. SJ.O'M; '
,, .
PuxMbook \'Inl{
been released under $1,500 IInJmwn'Inv8tml'nl\ '

bond set. by County Judge T. uurtrrly Our Customers. Six Month" Matwtty.EMPLOYEES .

A Yawn.
_ _ _ _
"This one had to be hit
(other than manager)
quick; It was right In his

backyard." Deputy Green LaTKELLE M. HAMILTON .

said. The still was\ seize;! and SII.\J I <<)N A. IIARRKLL
TELEPHONE CURP.OF destroyed.The I MEMBER: :
Shut UIIXJAMSATTORNEYS!

complaint wag signed "IT DOES
Federal Home Loan Bank Syitem
by State Beverage Agent
Jack W. Spurting. Witnesses Federal Savings and Loan Corporation (I 2'p MAKE A

are listed as agents Robert N. V. S. Saving and Loan League : DIFFERENCEFlorida

FLORIDA Lay Floyd Bennett. and Savings and Loan League WHERE' YOU

George Sparks along wltn The Savings and Loan Foundation :...II I; SAVE!"
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the two deputies. \
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Starke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce .4' n\
Griff I address Is Rt. 2, THOMAS: &: riKRCE: 11I11I

Box 43-A Starke.
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which the. tralnina) of the < "'I lli. I \ i I ::1..1.1.: TOTAl. M4BII.IT1FJ1, "TARK": OK "'rtRK' ";. iin \ Certified, and-Offl''u'' i I ..f. \s .eli' ,i II ,.
New ConceptsFor AM: ) CAPITAL. n: I>T%TK OPrfonir>4A II In....li.i, i. .11,.i."i. &"It"l | fl<'"llin I "inn.. "I'
I CUBE I first cl.i.ss of 17 has bern I 1111'\1.I .Vo-M I..TH :as t7nBL:12: ACL :.NTS" ,. ,!JMm orntftlNKMV '' ., .
Projects s.'utar r 'rilIO1..10 11'''u .\i. iiilni'l'5- : 1 .i.MI' :, il"'' .1;:r.I r. v HltlHtiDli, r.M.-r'i iof i '
completed l>v Miss Doris 1.lnM"Ii.-----;; .r.nfl. : 0' IIt.t KMUl.HJl s 'I'.iol I "' ..""ond I II I II. IHHI, ,, jjI.
healU\ Prison APliiffr" vf L'.;tRi 1IOIII I L'ip'inll: 71,1..1; I 'U:!.n. ,
Peoples public nurse !
1'11101 dpoMte. Dr Ino1l. di.poMltn for t liii' I 15: A...lauHh. I (1111'ulal) I hula mill I. .1. K. Ti.mlliiHon i ,ml],
/ Uniforms arrived Dec.\'! \'|\IIIAK, | ., pan.nmhlpii.mill I'llloIlUH' duty S P id- (: bi Ia n'ea' nun I I ul I,urbanHw. MiivlnK d.'iuoita' i :.-IIf: ,. a..at:i iHlli'l ler. of tile HI>,II\I' niiiniil'. >I.,.,,'ink,
Planned and the aides now are placedIn Inmates Told 'limn., nrtil i'..r\l".I1"\ I ,".. d. >7! .HV9.08 'lag wllli, onII dutu 1.9UIl.210.2utv'raMe 'nur] "ItNh I Iteinff I ( Illlbllltlul 1-.7GB.38, .tin. MulHinnly. ..\'v.... r tlmt. I I thi I I. .
niivlng' ;)* pnalta In proc,'.. of ciiiti''ti'u |- ,
I Being employment or woikln'; .n of InillvlilualH. partn.rihIi's uf I<>tal l .' 'I 1:15: i;l I...t'nlfoil 1 ; TOTAr port of t'Oiitlltliui !I' I II'"*' mil,,I IcorlC''I.
iine, for tlm I Ifiiilnndar Iti I"Ii I I.i-i, nf ,
t.
IL
and itiknll
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vorporallona 1.le.l aovernmontobllKutlnnn 'II" 1.t i iCnpllnl
on-the-job trailing: programs. N-w concepts in 1.1.\DII.1 rll 1CM rit"fl7
progi'arusfor I.no! I.I'M:: I IIIA I (' )liiy* pinlIIIK direct end ,,,%\'lodire and bi lii,.f.
A second class will be me iciiaouUution 01 pils- I I '|l.u.|.IIM nr Unltoil 9tdt''XHi with ,IMI, .11 date I 1.1qIOI.H!' : : : $iriiuranti, t il I"inl\. II 13 (u" ('o..t-""ted': .T. i I': Tiiiulliixiin/ i;,,
last Octobei to the U. S Dopaitiiunt :!- stilted after It is assuro-1 discussed at I ."M mil.'in I Jil.U7' : .'' IMI.IIIA. HH Hlinwn aine. are CLiI.tiona' of 8t ta Sal "'" .onnt. 8. I I. I'KEK: lit
I Continued:! From Page Onel! and totaled 011 Inmates weie : I lj...,..MUM nf *titte. and pulltlcal after d"c1"ellnn. of polItical KubdlvlNliinx (C-"clInl,I I I. Coin" hinn 14. tt, Ptat.n: 1C
L.iboi -
of '
; that there Is a need Tor. the Hotaiy Club "Wednesday, ."blllvl.D"I'.II. .- Milniitlon, ruaoivtM" 1.\37:\ .-' ''I.III! ntiii'K, lutlll l 'pur,' C. R HE1L"7i.I.:
11lni grant. If the TU repcxris 210000. CUBB was monthan the 17 already by Louie L. Wamwlight Director i, 'iM.t i.rss. ::.ui .,r :>',.<.oA4.17I. > Othrr L tunH atiJ cllijunln "- viiiiio, $3uau: o.oo r>lr..ctor.
from tIC: .a of coinnil I i. n. n ,(7I'Is. l Rx"'"',nm I I i' VI'i.. S.IDO.OSS I No. HhurcH. MuI Rtate of Florida.
correct the project lub.cen notllied on Dec. 8. trained of the loikla Divisionof 'ri'lul I himkHOrt 11"OOUOJ, I'nmldpnt. of tlm .Klmvo-namcu Dank premlmiii I IhoiUi-i. .d I:3./ II 00 County of Bratlforil mm. .
cut approximately; $6,000 Labor Dcpaitment's Tiimi-a Coirectlons It led anil offleari* bunk ilu Bolumnly iifflrm that furniture and flx- :NCI. Mliii.reM. nui-' Sworn to and ffubniTlbvil. be
this .'II' :/II..U7.fil this report of iijiijltlnn la. liunml fun, > till", ,lull. I "Ioy..-I .I ,, '
Field Office that piouram h> turn. und uthui "n,1I1I1J' UIIIIO Iii'" ) i i
from the federal funds requested \ The speaker said that the 'I'(JTAI I. DKI'OSITH ao Lit.IOii,4i, : iiirn-i't" tu III" l>'I'It'l of my UH- lIor\lI" .211,0110.1111 sir, I :'HIT anil I )hi.i >I.. i i t ,if,.
hid been declined due Heney Named President Commission on I ( A. 'I oiiil, I ilamanclU.IIIIKIIH knowloflK' and belieffurii antS revreax'nttn I f..llvl.\-. \I I r. i I.mi.HI 'ill) ,il I nn iii.l.l .i I'l,, ''If( it. M, idM I,.
to lack of funds I I 1.1,2I7.!' D'I' .14Iti 1..01 iiput U. U Cpu bunk. .ifr.<"tnlH..H i'i7.102.J! i iirri .i.'lot, I tlii..>- )1/1", I<
The first new program fir Crime is now siu-yins the anil Pot O Felon neal l Riilata,: owned other , .. ,
( Tuuil' tIme (:Hi'III ) I"h.I'Io. \ | ''irl''v I I." iit
1967 will probably be mu'tl-)' Funded projects for CUBB 'area of collections with a .vIIlWo d..I1. ..BU.HtI.U' : H. H A.rtft. mJcronii I than huiiH.., ptemlHi'M. lull H..H''j'j I ,I II ,it' I ',",nil," I I '..,,u,,,t v .'
purpose' centers for low-i.v to date are: CUBB Director view toward making a prisoner I dihii I Iliibllltlca I I 'ej.'uojulTdTAI. Jtthtia. Other Asset, "II I. 1711 1 '"''' :: I IIr"f, "tit. ," '"f I ,I'I 1 ,1,1,,, ,

come areas in each of the The oiliilnal 1966 Project a better and more useful i.\niiiTirjs i ( I. : 3.0U.OOJ.H Hl.,t. of Florid Dlrotor TOTAL AHHKTS -or.t.7:(!I:< I < n rOTA. 71APrLXTJE' :* 1

four counties that desire Planning/ grant 1 of $2672', ') citizen after his release Onuntv:. of ra
them. Such centers would be which concluded October 31. [Continued. From Page One) liom prison than he was be- : nitllnl. fcttork AcrouvtaC'ominon total for tinllilM to and I Otll. .ub I"V; erlb of.4.l.inu-b.- Dmnn. < ctep.Mftbllltl..."* of*. I mil- I 'OI'o'JI( ;,; ,11.:1 i; : : 17 '"

all to | Under this !grunt was employed foia viilni.. lOO.OJIiOf( ) nr>', 19(17( umt t h"r..hy' nrtluIIUIL I dualn.. part nornlt IDS, "MemorandaAVIMHKI
Used by axes as a place volvlnn/ mainly a simIle par. I urn not itn offli" i-r or ill- und <'or|>i>rutl I l'ii'. I i.'f'l' I,7":;. I I.''itrini ..
executive director No HlmroH auIhorlind r t lotlll.I Ii KIHlMllM
an > ( -
profitably utilize free tlmi j j3uch Wulnwilght' 'said that FlorIda ruc.tor if tlili,I,. hn: nil .and HuvlnwH. ,iHp..HltnoT | ,. :' I
the 2000 fill tht
county Bognj\ approvedthe ,. 1 '
:; a facility might inr.lu:1ean : | projects director, secretary- is moving forward' at a No. Shams out- I st: i.) NormR .1. Martin\ IndivIdual 'port n' r- ..lilt. .nitiiI, ilaiMK I \"> "tII. 7otO.OSC
ahlpn\ and
recommendation of the cm" -
field :Nolnrv ruUllc, State of Florida pomtiotiH
Information! center for U C11Y bookkeeper. and five re faster pace than most other Ht".nillnK. :JDOOMuniiiiH at larrt. 2.J'.11 two of whom personnel committee on appointing I O.IIoHl.UO:' ) .f I.... .
presentatlves) ,otiinilDHlun, ,'xpir'-a Junuury .- .poults of tnllall State IHKI 1".1 "
social and is teInx My
welfare and security states already woi
I I' .lllllV hI"I I IHIirllHInsurance, :l,9'3.1)4h'L'OTA ., f 'Ii.I. |15:; ,,11I I.I. I. .1...
have since left this area and: a project director. ::1Ul7o.. f'.i: >\' t"i MM nf I .N '.LI. I I'Di'ponIta I "r I "
agencies. lecirauon The bond of directors of the : with junior colleges andunirerslties I of SPat M ,I I.,,n- ii-llliit, "II h 666
crafts. employment under the program of I. "',\rITAL anti political ill, I ; ,
rooms for aiLs and In a I ''I I ilI 'l. "
program
county involved will make ..1'1'' I ., :: ';; ;'. :" '. Hpu'r: or'" <-o'4 I'I'IO'' OK '1.1'111\. i I.l.M, ,, 1 I. I '> i 17 I I' I,,,. ,"ii., .i i -h"u 7 n. i Lii it. ,'"i, #
kitchens and most any 'c'ndrf vocational I and technical THIS Ti.onin BANK AT
recommendations for
a direc-
Under the planning pro-
dCHlie.l for Inmates
( supervised activity tor to CUBB The project tilrector training prison -
'onducte"'n
ill a commtJlllty. gram sm'veys were ( ICe bald that L his dipait-tml'nt's --
the four counties by flt-H would then have authority I I II
Oreat di. disappointment\ .; I eglxlatlve pi'OKI'am

the i ) number and location uf recommendations for his personnel I I
I .
wojk-rrlease
at the turndown of CUBB'sproposed ) program. whel'c.by _
all
low-Income families In eich under the supervision -
\ clsht month Ilsnv'' prisoners wouLbe;| permitted -
county. Most Negro famttles\ of the executive director I
Start program which I to leave confinement
about 50 cent of the of CUBB.Badcock. I
would have made that p-, an per durIng the day to work lit
white families in the fir:
gram a year-round operation jobs In the atea icturnincj( to

and a. one-year Neighborhood counties would fall Into the StoreIs their prison cells at night. I

Youth Corps project. low-Income category, Heney Walnwrlsht also reviewed I

The Head Start program 1Itld.Bl'adfo'd Purchased the expansion and Improve-1:
) County. Ul'ac'Stal.t meiit at the Raifoid I II
:
was submitted to the regional program
for the of HASTINGS MATTRESS\ ,i I IVHUKANCKAT .
summer Problems? CARL BEGGS BE SURE TO SEE WORLttHOOK
l office la'ii t August 8 and prison. Hnvin't" : that mole'
19G6. approvcd for 40 dais (Continued From Page One I & UPHOLSTERY WORKS| RKI>>>UCKI KATES! before buying my i
totaled $321848 CUBB w.-i!! than $10 million had been Call the Man From : Gulf Service I
In the amount of $53' .8J7. wn < 710 Lemon St. Palatk: l AUTO IIKE. BO\T .ither encyclopedia. MA. ,
advised Dec 5 that It woiiM made no definite plans yet. spent thcic in the past few "KEYSTONE"George I
conducted In the Stirke! *2cmentaiy I Furniture Repaired sicn:: r\iirs:! DOYLE K.; CONNRRtNSUKANCE ; Payne your local representative i iI
not be fun'llerJ'I11e The new owner Invites all yenta! I
School and served a friends from BradfonJ UnIon E. LaRue Upholstered & Refinished Top lrlfp for \\ rcfkil ('ur.. AGENCY I, since 1956. Box 626. I

one-year Neighborhood maxlirum of 172 children 24 Hour Wrecker SOIVKC UChl\\
for all and CIty Counties to Kcivstone Height aiATTUfiSSES REBUILT I Phone 964-6792. tfchg
Youth Corps
Thorp remains appioxlmateiv' 1 I ... Fuel Oil ...
visit the become All Your
store and Consultant For
tour counties was submitted t $4.300 In thIs project anc* cvx, whtmi' n....,MM,C mid, IHI.II.HI., New InnerHprings _
reacquainted. Free sifts are l I. Mitil. ..Mn, ItiKtuUli I IIMIflnllliiril ,' Insurance NeedsRepreKenUnll and Box: SpringsDrop AAA M A: II rirwn. Stimimlluy. FOR RENT furnishedI : Myers Power Tools
pe: mission has been ohtaIne'ftom I III'')") Alhinlli I 'I.I 1'iuiHt, apnrtment. large' 1 bedioom
being Riven customers aetaequalnted I
as SOt' N. ViaIiI. .
I
I Inl'rlh.,1, t;:. A Card or Call
the regional office fo" 'r'-Ki| r 1"1, y I Area Headquarters ForLawnmcmrrs
offer Lot "KOIII'I'. 1 Him 1 ''11 l ruiir,, Sim Great: American Ins. Co. 5-916S 40H19UKNO Renner Apartments Phone I
use of these fun s for med- PALATKA EA 1 Pnwer Tout*
Mmllullillnir/ .
BUSINESSMANLUNCH Willis expressed/ a desire to JH loniiiillliKlnrklx 984-5744 tfchg
,fr1, and dental, folliw- JJJOJ.:! nit I lutii,. I lluin, The Travelers IM. Co. MRS. lEGGY SMALLER 481 FIVE ACRE FARM I AfcCiillnch Chain Raw
"serve the public any way Janimry, Mini. IIM7; I If v .n. mil I Tel 473-692 Day I .
thioimh That will be : one a? 209 E. Adltliu St. I PiunpsV Kyntrmnflrlggs
lawn
we can. tildo HO. 1"'r.. |I") '" unfVsHMill Beautifully landscaped! FINEST CUBED ICE In town
"o->n as *4 000 boirott'el fioir Iw nnli'reil Htfitlrihit. .. \ '.n I h,. 41J-4325 Nites Stark, Agent 2 houses outbuildings fruit it Stratton! Engine.
ii", ,...110"'f clt'tiMinflt., 1 ), BuiilnemMoiillilv only 40> per b"ig. JimmjMooit's
*,h" project for rt"ilnlstra- < In 1)1coinplu I Auto fire Home Rentals :Sales! !Service'
IntTh and nut trees. On pnved : Uulf at oiner of 301ami

Beginning I\lon.\ J.m.; 16 tive expenses of CUBB ;2,in Early Return *. tiiiltitf. .. ...i.r .,,1,1, Htiil,, lit, 'liif, I Payment Plan NEW;; FURNISHED highway Youis for only $7- I 1 10O 6tp 2-2 230 N.&:. 16th Av..
returned. for I tli forn ItiHiirt. i i a in">rlrage CiuUiemllU 376-3411
be t*, t.,imibHi. .IIIK... tin. f',Mnu 700.
!Mon. t thru Fri. Union County Had Star- Asked For ONE BEDROOM tfcni.
toga TlelKhtH I nit 1'1 u '". inoordlnit ONE STOPMASONKY NO. 490 CORNER: LOT
for summer' of 19RU aoDrovcd "" I to pint I I thirt.'",r ,M..I.I i .
200' 210' Flame 3 bedroom
11 to 1 :8:!w() e"l In I'ln( Iliitik. J. I I'nu. ;u.. SERVICE APARTMENTS x
Served
: f" 4O days \In 'the amount: Dimes MailAn .
tI,. iiiihHi, ri" '"ni. ol l l.iiilror", .. house In excellent shape MARY IT'S NEVER! TOO LATE: TO

of 118,687. was. hfp' | In t'Trininn Count l'li. >rlilit, Keiuly ?Ilx, all nUe: Con- wo'l' shaded lawn Barn. A- MOARN; Register! now. Adult
I 'l'L'lcI' IKM, with I I til I. .si"I .LI.. I tiii.. <
Cnuntv Elementarirnitelv i rete Itlotk; mil tyre 8..nil. ; Kducatlon: cl.uwe.s Flementary:
joining available
I and I linprnx 'tnfiitH acreage
early return of envelopes n"iv 'tin."
I WKXT: TO BIttElect
97 S"h"l anti "p.t ap"" .xl contanlng conrtibutlons here aft.t r tm .iniil. l I in.I i .1,.ml. i II< I'rixnvt Untflt., K\rrjthln; Just *I nnn and! 111'0" teimsSTROCIT CARTER and Secondary Phone 981-2701

170) rhlldfti Abou'ion to the March of Dimes la'uijted tiu fix.111r14 h.'il ,t",iI,in,.\V HB.cl.01 I liiitnf In, i.."',nn..!,' r, Hoi.11,, iuMPMHiiry.' for concrete mivinnry Heat, unit., Air CUll" ) RE.M.TV day: 964-3071 evenings. tfFOGS

I K l 1f>. fiv me-ilcal an:?: wltli I tlie inrinlmB I lit. i I'. in ,II I., ronHlmrtlun.e 2117 N. Tl'mplpe..
dental follow-thiouizh by Mis. Geneva Flynn .I'rilLi'' ninl in "iiil, I l..ui I HUM I. ,. \\ will meet any frlrr on P.M."
mu'ler!' chairman of the 1937 to tin* follow Init, ,il'I'".. i UK.i Mrudfiinl ( 301)) FOR SALE: -farm fresh
ultliln
A four countv Horitc In Bradford and hotlHiilxiltl. ,, .iipi>liiiin,...". \* ltd I Itirt h nil matrrlnH Call I'hima. 9H9-3I91) !Slurkc" PAINTS B. C Hnttzendorf( I1a miles
campaign
/
Tuck's Drive-In) Health Aide niolert aopiorH .'- *. 'uiiil, niull) D* ill, UK" ',1 l I.' l I.<, .unityM> STILL on Edwm-ds Road. tfchg
I I last August 2 for one venr Union Counties. flu lurI'II' Hinl f"10,1, I "r ill. MAINTAIN QUALITY. MR. MASONcare ELECTRIC ADD .MACHINKS

In the amount of $55.369, 'n Mrs. Flynn explained that run\HiVltniHH in\' niinil,.. iintl,, tli, Two good buys. Now( Smu! h- Complete Line
contributions: wrtl be put t 0 I *...1! or HHlfl ('null, .. HI' :StitkHMni I BRADFORD of Ernest Tew Corona. Figurrmatic I Icasp of TilE RIGHT POINT for the

work immediately< so thit' ,'lilt ihlH ,rtin,' ,"it''h 'I.iI i\ ". ENGINEERING CO. the May you write. Come In
slightly cracked" in 'shipment I
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children with birth defectscan (SUM I: .. I 'Ph. flfil-2321:) Starke Realty Inc. $87.55. Has .substrautinn and srlrcl our favorite ES-

benefit m-omptly from r hurl IM A !>till lv Paintsand 'UR: ltOOK fountain Pf'n.1U.GR.PU. .
NEEDED I (CliTk of I h. CM"i.,".lilt. I I ''"....1lly YOUR BEST BARGAtN. Gainesville, Ph. 37fi-6l6l& Smith-Corona 800 I Repos-
: recent research dlscoveirsand :
n."h.' ;?\1. ;Mitil\l, sessed. almost new] with subtractIon \ .
treatment techniques.It |1"11\1 l \ I "'""''< ADULT EDUCATION olaMWM I
12875. BladCor.1Pountv
St.
2906 N. \V. 13th :
I 12.:11'I: ';' llmrponT Join now. Elementary and :
I Is that more than
tragic 964-2701' Telegraph fNELL'S WANTED.--Lo close In downtown
SEWiNG MACHINEOPERATORS 250.000 American babies are Secondary Phone ,
I I tfMARRIRD I preferred with minimumof
9B4-3O71
.
eveninyn
born each year with mental OP roMiinoi; rfaya: : : BEAUTY SHOP, SuppliesFor
I 31 AcreisWIthin 125 ft. frontage: Contact
tontit'Mri' 'in iivOK UP'I I I
.
anti physical defect, Mrs Highway 21. Melrose Two operators
I ,HTMIKI,: IM 'imi "'r \' ; COUPLES WANT- one mile of County I, Bufotd Mitchell. Phone 969-

Flrrn said. "We can be encouraged or n.OIIIK t AT TIIH.CI'"I '' I' [) for cottage parent work. Hospital, suitable: for countl'yhomel to serve you. Tues' 3281 P. O Box 233 St.al'ketfchg
Of III NINKHH: O\ i l:( I.llIICII ; -
: ; however, by the .: :ill, I limit' I' Couples start. at .1415 per mono or subdividing Price thru Sat.. Closed Mondays: All Purposes

tact that significant! progress A...*e Minimum education( fi, ago 2l $225.00 per acre terms and release I Phone 475-5285 for appolnt-
Is being made to restore Gush balanrm. with Athrbanks ment 4tchn J 1-5
5 day week. In general
*n,1 cnnh. llama l illIs. clause. A. J. Thomas Realtor NEW BRICK HOME just out-
nunv of these unfortunate In proceati. of oolIm married coupler. work same
Tel.
LAKE BUTLER APPAREL CO. children to nearly normal 'tlcn. I 1'""I ..'I.:"il; I shift. Qualified single persons 964-5701. MAMA PRIEST KINDERGARTEN ZIPPERS side city Small down pay-

Unltitri Statf-n. flnvornnixntolilltrn has several openln .i ment easy mor.thly terms Callor
"
I For less than $14,50000
living. tlona. direct andmiitnuiiml also expected If interested
of Fhe pointed to the advanced 1.111I".1 i ) I -I I IIil,4e If 'I:; npply in person. Personnel Of- much less t can put you in for kindergarten and day care 7 & 10 In. lOc write tutorS Mitchell.
Is taking applications for prompt employment .. '
p.'t.rIil.'i' I'i7iit.:!
"$ Phone< 9f14- n4t 3tch--1-3 Phone 969-3281.: P. O Box 238.
methods of care and lehibllitatlon I OMif li.>nnFt. mid, I fire Simlanxl' Training Center the nicest ma.ionry house with

ewing machine operators. employed by the! lllmi.iinlH' I. I ll'i'..:,11 II ttttlneHVtlU. tch/l'/ 1-19 central heat and everything FOR RENT One a"d 2 be-t- 14 In. OIl 15c CIty. tfchg
.
Fnnk, ir< ml, Ia' '. r.lI'-
nillonnl network of 77 Birth ? Many extras Just theword
ultur. ninl, ,1 rt.I"t ,11"s, say room apartments furnished or 22 In. 25c
BIG PAY PART TIME . "
CHKISTM\S: \V-AWAY
,
the |
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY Defect! Centers financed by unit other a.etarppra..nlltir and 111 show you unfurnished Reasonable Wa .
Man or woman needed Immediately I.E"" I".NUMH|; :
March of Dimes contrlbut'ons l hunk best vUu8! in Starke. Terms Nollman 510 N. Cherry' Ez;; .
;' !. Dri-mlMi-K j'.II" I l is..i;11Tteul I to service cvwtom-: with payments lea't than rent. 1 ': ZIG ZAG< SEWING MACHINES -

TRAINING PROGRAM: The foundation Is also other.' OMlHti-, 'luau. \lunik\'.nt-il, era in Staike. Full or part A. J Thomas. Realtor. Tel. i trc'1 PROPERTY WANTED : We have two 1967 Dlal-O-

EARN: WHILE YOU I.KARN: hell ln* to promote t.he birtho l"'om, 11111' I,.1111 Oil time. Choose your own hours. 964-3701 WANTED Waitresses IIP.>!.I' vicinity of Staike 5-10 acres!! 'Mitir Zig Zacr that have never

hrnl'hy' babIes through an For details!, Write C. R. Ru- In person Lee's Restaurant i i' with model house! good been used. They wire Christmas -

FULL-TLMn; STEADY WORK expandIng! prowam aimed a* :: ble. Dept; J-l. P. O. Box No in-* Drive In. tfcni, condition Consider vacant law-awnvs. never picked-

educating protective\ mothers 2447, Memphis Term. 38102 Nation Wide land. On paved toad phone up Customers left this area;

PAIl V VACATIONS) !SOME: HOLIDAYS in the Importance of' H5 Zip ME Paint 'F.AL HELPV'Al''I'ED- I &: electric available Owner.flnllncl'r we are unable to locate them.

pre Factory in ,Starke area. full or parttIme. I at maximum 7 per'cent. I i You run have these sewing
IIASE<: HATE $I.52i STARTING FEH. 1 natal care. Mrs Flynn said. 12 Wides
FOR RENT furnished 2 .111 N. TemnJe Avc.Reir. Age and 1 pilucatlon' no Down payment compa- machines for the balance'' of

bedroom house convenient tfIov barrier. as! long. ; as you can : tlblr to price and to Florida $1 T each cimh or term Phone
hhould $1.70 after gaining experience
Earning run Five DraftedFive Custom !Made < .town shopping area $1.99!) Gul: Value read and write. With a COHnriBtlo economy Full dett: I 111. and COLLECT JackHonvllle 353194B. -

For Florida Living Phone 964-2521 tfchg 3 Gal. For $5.00 company ,In huslnraii! photos If p" ,,lbll'. first Irt- anytime Will deliver nobligation. ,

Lake Butler Apparel Co. nl.stnnU: reported over 2"S years .us.lid bucked by tct -. J. K Crosby 24818 4tp 1-19

to Local Board No. 18 for Induction YOU r tfi More NOTICr. "Reg. $2.99 Gal. Value Good Houoekoepins: Callfrl! !. ,I Eshelman Ave lomlta. Calif I

Into the armed forces Taylor In ilncwtllp; nt :.17S0901 -
LAKE: IH'II.KR' FLA. I "'or'our $ $ 4 Gal. For $10.00 I 90717 2khlI!: 12
Tuesday: They were: II''
II William Mathews, Dowlinx. No Salaried Bradford County Telegrnph.2trh I
Commissioned
-I Roger Clifton Strong. Jot.ohVlncon I or GE':NTIL\I. KMPI.OYMKNTHKR:: : : Re r. $3.99: (Gal. Value I 19 RKWARD: for return nf fmo ('hILn""," Address' .
Employees \ ICR old female Pit bull!
puppy
Robinson John Clarence 4 Gal. For
$12.00
WANTED I Red with whit. IUlonYN'SIOKKJoJoPISn
Men for tree mixed. tip nn
Nirmnn.:: and Raymond: I DAD& fiRM LARSEN now liMMitnl, ut I lltt I M, Court I \ : ; AND TAX
Lathellc planters.: Contact Q I 1 m n n, tail Missing from BrnwnteoRd
Mabiey LIKE TO WORK St. u.Jc.f, Koch DriiK."
I Il'l"n" Afrs Crawford. Pft\tE:
The following who were' lllit-37ll.! I I lIan.IlIt'1f EUNICE NURSERY: Paper Co., Maxvtllc Fla Ph. Sally phone

also callei) for Induction YOU Benefit all tw' | of employment. Pecans, Peaches Pears 280-2911_ Itchs P69-2375 UpTUT IIIIM located at J UK !S. C'ourt

Tursday are currently crl- tfrhn Plums Persimmons. Sat.su- 2 BF.HRO'Dho"...; for rent, I Slri-ct. 1st .iliuir, "hick of
lese students will mai, Kumquats Orapefrult IllCillT I'OINT for the Kmli i riiimo
: and be rc- 2 blocks from Lake Geneva' I In drug 969-3711.
.J!!"' II All Sizet Display and Orange Trees. Barerootand t the write. Come in '
.:: classified to ClaM I-S IC1 jn FOR REN'T-2 bedroom furnished township of Lake Oneva. Call way you tf'hl!

until the end of their college 8-10-12 Wide? house newly decor- container grown. Orna- 01' write J. K:. Akrlrlfe. Keystone ar'l, select your favorite f:S-

.. year Harold M. Tyu.s. HarOld -'I 1'/'J Baths! ated. 337 N Clark St Phone mental shrub. 2 miles Northof Iftn, Fla 473-45W! I TER KOOK fountain pen. |

A. Bishop in. WIMariEMon I and Expandahles Law ley on 301( Turn west 21 p l' 19 '1'FLEHR.\PII.: UbKD, VACUUM cleaners! ; reconditioned -

i..OO.K'LIKE Jordan Henry Wallace I 9644281 tfchg .t elfll.. Ph. 7823465. 4tchFOR 113 up 10 different

Danzy and Robert Oscar: R2.1__:_ _PTVRUrOOn n. _': __ _I1RIVKinall _._ _._ n A. 4tch :' 1/26 SERVICE: STATION- fniaudi' N'FiW MOBILB homes Chlck- name brands to choose from.

A. BANK? Liyons New and Used ( family will enjoy this HKNT: 2 'bedroom! furnished -.1'1'; for Tent Major oil i com ailvi 20' & 24' wide Budrly- Pdits &: excellent repairs all
The redone good location. Call J makes. KIROY SALES &
January pre-lnducll-in recently home with house with Clemson. Layton Travel,) Trail-

,1. < '''' .' ". call proce
.. from Load Board 18 on Wednesday I largo oil heater and everything Bence, phone Jacksonville:! 388332 4tchR-2 3 buy. sell trade Year bank f)I- ville 376-7110. tfchg

\ Jan. 4. Use Our Rental-Pur ,' to make It an Ideal l placeto *. 2tchsr 1/19 FOR SALE .- New Rug-er 41 nancirtg Buckeye Trailer, MaIn ,"<

.: chase PVin-Payments live See me for a quick mag. 12 gauge' bolt-action shot <' 887s Roosevelt Dlvd FOR SALE 4. hogs. Phone
sale. A. J. Thomas Realtor. FOR SAL FlterffliiJifl boat Orange (I'urk 261-2131 tfcliR- D. L Kite: 964-6325 Itp
Under
$;))0 Per Month gun. Call 533-2825 after :5 p.m.
Tel. 9645701.WANTED motor and trailer.
'- "'"11. 733 S.
., .
1 HE RIGHT POINT for the Cherry St., Ph. 964-SO45. "p -...- -;- :.._: : :' '.. ..61 -. -.- ,- "

No but to many of our depositors who bank the Curb girls neat 2tp 1/19 FOR SALE 1961$ Mercury
way you write. Come In and depenct lbte. must be
and select your favorite1 ES-: I NOW' I 21 No over WANTED Housekeeper toca..e 20 HP, Perfect $295. Ceo THE RANCHER INC.
experience
quickly and safely, by mail: it is a bank They- I necessary. FI>'nJU 064-883-1 Itchg ,
TERBROOK fountain pen Apply in person. Tuck's DriveIn. for 3 boys and father.

and you can use the nearest mailbox or chute i. TELEGRAPH. Itch* Leslie G. Johnson, Rt. 2. Box

Mobile Home Sites 156: Starke or see A. R. John- FOR 'SALE -- Mobile Home \Western
Wear
to bank here by mail at any hour of any day in II I I. Th,, Clrrult f iiurt I.. \ui I AVAILABLE FOR SALK used stove refrigerator son. itp bank repossession 1958 OwnHsn30x8 e

I Ki. .r "...
any weather. Do ill! i "I..101.0.(,'haerp' ,,.. .. 'i Full Lake Prhilegea condition $73.: Phone 969- WOULD like to ,trade l3 assume loan. Located in Keystone -

SsvIng.. Hank r I Homestead Exempt- 3163. Itp books Merchants Stamps ful Heights Call :Mr Cou.av. e Guns
c..p..r..II..n. .. IVa ,books S & H. Ph. 961-2323.
; flaintirf. v. Jon I Financing Area Code 8O3-775-4331 or 409-
Ask write for free ;
or .h W Andr.w.. III. .c UK, 'iat. '
bankinsr-by-mail forms TODAY! LJ.nl.nto. FOR SALE 1964 Corvalr ItP 2836 Sumter. S. C. ItehgDRAGLINE

: NOTIO 5 OV SUIT / ,Mci'za, good condition. Small Livestock
r\tf\ HtntK of KlorlilaTn Lake Geneva JOB W.ANTEDReceptk.l1lsLTyping. e Supplies
: Timonh \V Anilrrwm. IItnil equity and, take up paymentsof file. 6 mo. in L.fj.1 WORK. dig fishponds
HOME OWNED- HOME OPERATED Nina n Andruw". hi.. wlf I $13.10 per mo. Call after course. Replya to "P" Drawer irrigation cleaning

21 Prai-h. ttii 8ir,fit3l9.ot. CambrldcrMMMnaphtifl I Trailer Sales 3.30: ( p.m. 961-3344 or 1231 0\.. Sfarke. Confirlentinl grading ditching drainage 0 SaddleryFREELAND

The State BankOF Y>,II a.. liornby notified thai' Butler Road. Itp I i Itch, Contact or write E. L_ D.irrah.
Community a .ult ha. lan filial attain- I i Waldo Fla. 2 3
4tp
you and 1u&zo Duken. anIJ On Route. *00, One Mile !SBKov !I J
STARKElUE.M rnthv I>ukn. hi. wlf.. Irthm .ton. IIHpht' DAVID HARVEY Real Es.!I t'l1\JE\ GUN CABINET for sale. t BROWN, Mgr.
ahn\
rntltliil. oauae.: an. tate School. New classes start. '.w with sliding doors FOR RENT 2 bedroom,
that. you ar h..r* hy r4ftilr| < Open Sun. & Evening : glass -- unI -
ER F. D. I. C. t i.i rili )'.,nr .....w..,. wltlt il, I lair Kcb 2, 7:3O: pm. Park( of] IS. W. Brannen, :020 W Welbtn furnished block house at tIll 6th St. Near Livestock Market

4I ,I'Urlc,,, rye j"r onn I thin) chorott I'ourl. upivn. anil'Ii.tii I 7"-o- i oIt- ==-_;=- !I Tho Piilmn( Keystone HrtljrhtJi, < St.. fitarkp.. ph.
I'1.lnlil'r, or iI.I AtIff'. attor. J I J.I 11. I I'U.no 1'l3-IK-Ib.: :3tp l/'M ,l ._ _A.ItJ. I Vfcliff'. I : .-- : -,



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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH



STARKE. FLORIDA TlltTKSl .\Y. JAN. 12. 1"111)



9 ? c ., r-r"! 7 "r." LETTERS TO THE EDITORDear I




A Confident President JohnsonIn Iy..r'r Gene: modest display all we could new home and our new

.. I read with great dismay afford our first yearl, only neighbors, and that next
a low-keyed but coolly confident programs to those not now bene- your front page "editorial" the amazing thing Is, I think year, I'm sure we in St,11'ice

State of the Nation address fitting from them, the raising of about the new "Big: Three"or we had as many slits burn. can how 'em all" hat,

Tuesday night. President limits on the amount that retired new "Power Coalition." I ing as any Riven 20 housesIn Christmas can be beautiful

Johnson expressed firm convic- workers may earn annually and could hardly believe my eyes' town.I Respectfuly and since..'!l.

tion that this country has the still draw social security, !and the Since A site location of a am sure that electric Mr. and Mrs. A. Ekenbauu'" i
new court house become on bills cannot rise v> greatly on Route 1. Box 123-C
resource and the will to pursue elimination o f discrimination
Issue your paper has, by inu- theso days of decorating that P. S. Even the courthousetree '
both the war in Viet !Nam and against: workers because of age. ? .' "L i
endo. Implication or statement no one dare do any extra. was dark this year, un!''!
continued economic and social He also advocated the appropriation GO created controversyabout lighting. I think that It all only one nativity scene in

progress at home. of Federal funds: to assist ''r' ,; .. ,, 2 i'it location( both In the boils! down to poor poor town with all our fine
But not without sacrifices are local communities developing K e County Commission! and the Chamber of Commerce am churches. Even the "stores

these goals possible. better paid and better trained \(\ general ,public. This was done bition. were not near what tin v

Those who expected the President police forces in nn all-out effortto not due to the nature Just thought we would let were last year. Just call us
to retreat his .. of the problem but you know that. we love our Disappointed.
on policies, combat the Nation's rising
by your use of the newspaper
either foreign or domestic; were crime rate.
to express your personal opinion r.vvvvvvvvvyvvnvvvvvvSHOP
doomed to disappointment, although On the economic front, President !!- as to where sou

he seemed to have re- Johnson pledyrtd; to do everything b1 ii' thought the court house RAIFORDBy

sponded to a feeling, sensed possible to see that interest: be built.I TALKBy

throughout the nation, that a rates are lowered and "tight do not orltlze your rUM Mrs. Earl Dobba

breathing spell should be takento money" eased in order that new to an opinion I crltUe your Peter J. Novak Phone 4962601Hubl.t
digest the tremendous amountof use of the newspaper to advance -
home construction may resume General Manager.u11WAAVIWAWA4
social this opinion. I have no
new legislation passed
its former pace.Although $ --' SPE light to dictate how you run Johnston of Jack-
by the 88th and 89th Congresses. 4 rp to sonvlle visited Mr. and Mrs
he held out no hopeof your business but as a UU-: !
In the line of sacrifice, the .. 4c' pe Leonard Johnston and family
Lust week the Board or Directors -
an early end to the war in zen I do expect responsloillly(
President proposed a six per cent tSLA of your Chamber of here Saturday.Mrs. .
Viet to accurate repotting of the:
Nam, there was no doubting
surcharge on income taxes, both fncts. Commerce met and elected Oaklee Altman visited!

individual and corporate, to help his confidence and determinationthat N c/J: There are five members of new offcers for the 1967 her niece, Mra. Louise Jones.
"we are going to persist Chamber Each officer in a Jacksonville hosint.tl
meet the expected( deficits of the the county commissionnot year.
we are going to succeed." .... was elected unanimously. Dr. Sunday afternoon
next two years, if the Viet Nam I ? three. It Is my opinion that
I war continues: that long.In It was a speech without heroics {. all five commissioners pastor Wayne Whlffen was' reelected niece O. D.Mrs.Dobbs Wayne visited Jones his in

without high-flown present are responsible as treasurer. GeorgePierce
phrasei .
the way of social legislation t.. St Vincent's Hospital In
of the law firm of
I and without gestures but 1 people who will cast their
-
he yet deems necessary how
own vote regardless of
I advocated( an increase of the speech of a man still con- "' -- .
a vice president David Coats,
other members
i or mann
any noon.Mr.
twenty per cent in the average fident of his goals, and the abilityof ; ers votes. I have a great dcul Innkeeper and general man- and MrsRobert

I, social security payment, extension the nation and its! people tu of faith In our form of gov ager of the Holiday Inn of Faulkner of Jacksonville M.vIted -

: of Medicare\ and Head Start achieve them. ernment. The 'people) elect SUirke was elected president.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Coats exceeds Bufoi-d YarbrouKh and family and
I I rern''qenhtlvf's' to> act In their
Mitchell who retires from, the Mrs. Ruby Yarbrough Saturday -
behalf' : men and women who
Objective Good -- MethodVrong will use their best Judgement office on January 31. nlvht.
Friends of Mrs. Nolle Ca.i-
I, Seldom, i if. ever, .V.,.,,.srrourtl dared that rho priv'. a police idea;, and greater access to facts Other business conducted on will regret to learn: that
;; to make derisions at the monthly meeting Included -
I of a Governor received more "is i tlry"; the democratic; '"" ,-, Individuals interpret derisions the election of George she la a patient In King Memorial -

unanimous disapproval> than Governor system of government," while At- Starting Off With A mode bv elected bodies! Roberts to fill the vacancyon Hospital.Mr. .
Kirk's blut-print for a "pri- torney General Earl Faircloth be- BangFARMER'S at least In mnnv caves' by the Board created by the and Mrs. MallIe arlffla

| vate police force" financed by lieves "The exercise of police power how It m and Mrs. John andchldren
, private (and yet undisclosed) is a delicate and sensitive responsibility jionallv.! + The county commissioners The annual banquet of the Starling
of Bartow and Mi
combat crime and should be are charted with act- Chamber will be held SiM-tir-
| funds to help in conducted and Mrs. Lane Oasklns of
DIARYthe ini In best Interest of all the lay evening, Jan. 28. at 7 p.
officials of the state.
Florida. by La
I reo"lor the county. I fi-el m. at the Starke Golf fe wtey.
Though all critics agree that No one doubts that GovernorKirk's slon who Mr. and MM. Ralph Odomand
I we have a. comml" Country Club. The menu
| the Governor'n/ objectives ate motives are of the best, There Is a pretty good law at that time we had will do lust that I further features cornish hen. Tom famiiv and Lonnie

' laudable they are convinced that but if such a precedent is set it amount of fruit on the berry to fence the cattle out. As believe'' tint. the county roiumlsitoners Casey has announced that Shadd visited the Grady<'

i the method proposed are fraught would lay the groundwork for plants according to one many persons will attest to, will rto their best Itenry Moats of Jacksonvillewill Shadds In Jacksonvlle Sun-

, with danger and could lead to abuses at some future date by grower and that estimatewas that requires some doing as to make nit of !their d fM'| >n* be guest speaker. Tickets day.Friends
1 seeks repeated by another It takes a good fence to keep based on this. rhnrwe with, norl'.rr will BO on sale next week of William Morgan
evils those he future Governor.As .
aa great as /some
will be glad to learn that he
planter who said: "I have a out a hungry/ cow or hog, to what* the pnnu'a-'' and all reservations must be
i to abolish. one critic has asked : Who n.. in returned home from the
I lot of berries but the robinsare when a fine corn crop U derision I might be. HhouH completed by Thursday Jan.
1
In answer to an inquiry, the knows what a Governor's: private giving me a fit." question. they mAce n site Sf'le.n 26. Tickets will cost $4.79. Bradford County Hospital
I detective backed only S. Monday.Mr. .
head of the private investigating agency which t-urnM, out to be wnit Last year a record attend-
that Gov. Kirk to by private funds could turn into? 1 That's all been, changednow and Mrs. Mallie Qriffls -
I agency proposed We had another cold wave some thouaht wrung I fftl ance of 212 was established.!
head up his private force, said Is it possible that a critic or enemyof with a big: "white frost.. last In Bradford County and It would be of little (' inw'- Tills was an event that had as Sunday guests

"We'll investigate anybody who his administration might be week but so far this winterwe only rarely do you see! live aiiMve. It would he mother draws! a greater attendance Mrs. and Mrs. of C. Jacksonvilleand H. Move
and children
j and be- stock along the highways.It's "hhle the "bench In (1 iHvrwords each and therefore advance -
needs investigating. All of which subjected to investigation haven't had a real hard By Sam McGarvey\ heardof on year Mr. and Mrs Keith
well
for we
Just as
reuardle's of wlier? reglHtratlon' become
brings thelue8tion"Who's target for harassment Ireege with the temperatureIn
quite naturally up come a when Orlffla and family of MtlcelennY' -
time a man
the low 20s or even lower.However one the" court house goes some ma l1'a!:' tory. so we request
to who needs Where would be the protections .
I < say that about 30 whose had been Invadedby
there's a lot of our dismay crop .IH"p" lire iwlnff to. ho ripll..htert that you get them In early.
investigating? against future (though now unforeseen having a practi- Ronnie Brunner of Tampa
neighbor's hogs
left we're not head of cattle were a and o lth"'>" In filTh> "A.! Se you next week.
winter yet. so
In stating his opposition to the ) encroachments into the feast In cur r.ud.l1. cally laughed and:! said "I >>. I sec Itmnkp" no die.\ stopped by and visited his
to forecast an "open
about
II plan, Secretary of State Tom field of political differences or winter." hope you had the crop!! fertilized f'rpnce which n..ll P "HID Services Held parents. Mr. and Mrs. A R

Adams has suggested, instead, political enmities? We were properly Indignant :: good; because I'm particular feels 1 vlotorv. u-hirh, clef'a' Brunner at the State Prison

{ that the Legislature create a state Such abuses have occurred in Big news on the berry of course, a.G( the damage what my hoys eat. The Imrwtant, ; thing I I.. thnt For Mrs. Davis, on Mr.his and way Mrs.home Cecil Thursday Brownof

I crime commission to be financed some well documented instancesin front though. Is the reestablishment done but learned that under all, ) nf the peon'' of nilI'f''ntv U.D.C. Leader.Mrs. Trenton visited Mr and

by tax money and be subject to other parts of the world. It of the old strawberry are conqltl,1_ant Mrs. Earl Dobbs and family
I' public scrutiny. must not be allowed to happen wharf in Lawtey for their ''nl.f'st.'I' pursed' nowpn'l Lee Ferryman Davis, Sunday.Mr. .

Senator Smathers de- here. the marketing of !berries.; 'In the future That. widow of Lewis Allen Davis, and Mrs. Gerald Orlffls -
George
I leased to NEWS And NOTESFor (!ono '1q mv nntntnn "hlch lap local
, The wharf will be of Starke died in a were business visitors In
Doyle Starling by the Lawtey ,a..hl T share with '11t hospital last Friday afternoon Gainesville Monday.
I Si7True/ After 69 Years City Council end in request- Today's Homemakers Jlm..I"n.f"]! nolnf. I t. 'rt's following an extended Mrs. Bessie Sapp returned

I In permission to use the not n.e our nn''nl"w' on 11unfair illness A native of Winder after a brief
Thursday
I and :Mr.\ Gardiner quoted of ( home
Crops may come, crops may a group nlrwiiitiiM' ,r. h""i'rffi'tv '..
men"buyers wharf. Starling said plans By Martha Sue McCala Da., her parents were the visit with her sons Mr and
Bradford strawberries Northern "comm sion
but County :; .
go i T 'hone In the fnfur
call for marketing! of the late Rev. James L. and Cyn- Mrs. Cecil Sapp and Mr and
have withstood the acid ( ) as agreeing that the output of about 80 acres. County Extension pornomhor we don't all onlf. thia Scro glns Ferryman. Mrs. Wllber Sapp In New

test of time. vicinity of Starke was their only Horn Economics Agent ( ..*v.'n"r. Mrs. Davis was a member Smyrna Beach.

Citrus and cotton once were certainty for a supply of early At one time. Lawtey was What all this bolls down of the Starke First" Methodist Mrs. Blanche Johnston of

kings of Bradford agriculture but berries, and that much larger the center of the berry Industry to. Gene is some advice anJ Church a past treasurer Jacksonville visited her

today) they are just a memory. quantities could be used than were in this section anl:! PLAN TURKEY until thickened. that Is to have faith Have general and past state president mother. Mrs. Alice Cason!

But the luscious winter strawberry being grown. many: carloads of fruit were' LEFTOVERS Calories 'per serving about faith In the people's ability of the United Daughter Monday night..
this almost shaped dally from there. It's thrifty to plan for turkey 305 If made with 4 table- to elect qualified people to of the Confederacy, and a Marjell Dobbs and son
introduced to
area berries in localities
"They canl1'OW/ Then the state market was leftovers by cooking-a spoons butter or margarine handle our affairs. The com- charter member of the were business visitors In

a century ago, has proved south of Starke, but they opened at Staike, and activity large bird I costs less! per and whole milk 280 If made mission Is answerable to the Starke Woman's Club. Oilnesvtlle Monday.Mr. .

itself to be the most dependable, aren't of as good quality and the shifted there. and efforts pound) or a boneless roast with 2 tablespoons butter or people of Bradford County. Funeral services were held and Mrs Dock Addison -

most consistent money-maker and growers can't make it pay them," to reactive the Lawtev market generous enough In size to margarine and skim, milk. They recognize this! and wl.l at 3 p. mSunday In the visited their children Mr.

has made Bradford County knownto the commission men of 1898 declared since have met with no allow extra turkey for favorite CUTTING FI.OWER8. act accordingly. Don't you First Methodist Church with and Mrs. Alfred!: Addison In

the agricultural world from success. I casseroles. LOBSTERS OR TINKINO agree that the people of our Rev V. J. Ragsdale officiating. Alachua Sunday.

coast to coast. In view of these facts :Mr. a Turkfy-mu.hrooin Scallop A SEAM? county posses far greater Interment was In the Mrs. Jovre Norman and
No funds are n"alJible for No matter what kind of wisdom than any single Indi- family plot In Crosby Lake children visited Mr. and Mrs
is conclusion. one-half
This no new Gardiner declared that ourgrowers One and cups
setting up a Wildlife Management to 4 cutting up Is Involved there'sa vidual or group of Individuals '- Cemetery with DeWltt C. Milo Zeigler and Mr. and
2
Sixty-nine years ago they were should take on new life are In Bradford chopped mushrooms special tool to make the Jones Funeral Home In Mrs. Lawrence Burger In

saying the same nice things about and make this the great /strawberry County. according! to a reoort tablespoons butter or flour margarine 1- Job eisler Every household The commissioners bear a. charge of arrangements. Avon Park Sunday
1 tablespoon
strawberries in Bradford County center, as Starke is already made by the Fresh Water soft breadcrumbs. 1 cup should have a few basic cut- treat deal of responsibility.' Pallbearers were members Mr and Mrs. Dock Addison -

-that they had proved to be "the known as The Strawberry City Fish b Oame Commission.The cup milk. 1 cup coarsely chopped ting tools scissors for light Th load of this bu'denm, of the official board of the Mr, and Mrs Monroe

most certain and best-paying crop of Florida." County Commission had: turkey. 1 tablespoon chopped duty and shears for heavy be made "lighter" If you will First Methodist Church. Kittler and son and Mr. Andrews -

that can be produced" in this area. He further advised : "Let our Inquired as to the possibilityand parsley 2 eggs 1 beaten 1 I. duty: report facts except on your vlsd/ relatives In

High praise for berries as a capitalists buckle on their armor, received that reply, with one-fourth teaspoon salt one 1. An all-purpose kitchen; editorial page, of course. T New Prison. Camilla Da. Saturday.

cash crop and a plug for Starke, flee their own interests and assist the statement that fends' one-eighth teaspoon pepper shears. Good quality house would suggest! that all of us Unit
be available In tie I fu- of the commissioners Reception JEHOVAH'S WITNESSESATTEND
may tea- hold shears will do kitchen support all Hv
"The one and one-eighth
Strawberry City of Florida'were the laboring man in foster-
ture. from trimming and cut- ; not disregarding! :! ; ASSEMBLY:
onion Juice. 1 recipe duty May Open SoonThe
contained in the spoon
January that benefit
ing an industry: / us 1 ting vegetables to boning our right to our opinions but

1898 issue of "The Florida Ad- all alike, and has proven for the However it said additional mushrpom Preheat sauce.oven to 375 degrees poultry cutting' cardboard or endeavoring not to make a lonj-deUyed state congregation. Delegates from of the Jehovah's Starke

vocate" over the signature of S. F. past ten years here to be the most funds may be realized only Moderate( !1. Grease 7 x cookie dough Job more difficult than it already prison reception center near Witnesses, led by Leonard E.

Gardiner The Advocate, a one- certain and best paying crop that if a new law Is passed requlr- 7 x :2-lnch baking dish. 2. For the man of the \III I hope In the future Lake Butler may be open for Wallace presiding minister.

time competitor of The Telegraph, can be produced. inu that all persons have a Brown mushrooms lightly in house or the handy woman you will promote unity In business within 69 to DO days, attended a three-day Circuit

was published here for several Sixty-nine years have elapsed fishing licence thus doing fat. Stir flour Into mushroom there are multiple heavy- whatever way possible.! according to latest estimates. Assembly at the JacksonvilleCivic \

years around the turn of the since these words were written, away with the cane-pole exemption mixture. Add breadcrumbs.Add duty cutters for everything Very truly your, The announcement came Auditorium last we k-
One commissioner milk slowly stirring from roof shingles to floor Charles Sawyer from Carrie Curlee who will
cet..ury. but they just true today
are a.t
said promptly "I'm not In end.Highlights
low tiles. the center's supeilntendent -
constantly. Cook over serve as of the assemblywere
This early article also mentioned n*: they were then. Though our favor of that." heat 5 minutes. Add turkey 3. Flower decorating is Dear Sirs: who said an agree-
of 13
new
the baptism
another factor that is still generally leadership in terms of volume has parsley eggs, and seasonings made easy with shears that Doesn't It seem a shame in ment had been reached with. ministers, a house-to-housu

recognized today that been challenged by some of the We had thought that the to mushroom mixture. Pour do the cutting and holding this djy and age when the contractor concerningwhat ministry In Jacksonville, and

the soil of Bradford County Is big operations in South and Cen- "no-fence law" was statewide into baking dish. Set Into a Job at the same. time. For everyone has so much to be needs! to be done before an address on the world sit

"more especially adapted" to the tral Florida no one has: yet pro- but found out last week pan of hot water, Bake 40 sewing and dressmaking, happy about. and so much to the facility\ can be put to nation by B. E. Griffin District
that It does nnt annlv in Un- Cut start with these! three: r 111 be cheerful for that they
production of strawberries than duced a strawberry to match the minutes, or until firm. use Supervisor
ion County. The tonic came hot Fewlng scissors! for work at have so little Interest In as The new unit Is almost) a
any other section of the state.In quality of those grown here in Into rectangles. Serve Local meetings will resume
up in a county commission Joyous a time as Christmas?
each the sewlnT machine and for behind schedule. The
mushroom sauce over year Hall in
his the
letter to The Advocate, Bradford County. at Kingdom
meeting and Sheriff John portion. Make your own ringing, darning and cutting We are one-year newcomers last delay was announced in Starke at 8 p. m. Tuesday
The Bradford WhItehead said that In Un- sauce from the recipe belowor light material (f21 Bent-han- to Starke. and up until November when defects were
County TelegraphEMabliahed ion County the law applies use canned mushroom dle! dressmaker's< shears. ((31 this Christmas season we discovered In the hot water STORY HOUR

only to "hird" roads, and POUD thinned slightly with Finishing! shears! either pinkIng were certain that thIs was distribution system. Curlee AT THE LIBRARY
Qt110-q 1879 that on (graded roads the milk Six servings 3"a! by 2'j or walloping for seam the greatest of places to be. said that necessary correc-

E. L. MATTHEWS landowner must still fence Inches each.Mushroom finishing or for decorative Last year. on December 28. tions were being made. "Picture Book Parade1 will
r 4A cattle out. Sauce effects we Joined the ranks here. On the strength of this be the topic of Story flow ..t
Acnve n Editor and Publisher!! One-half CUD sliced freshor and one of the main thing progress the superintendentis the Starke-Bradford County

N MiABttO dc' Florida' Oldest WeeklyNewwpaper All of which brines to mmd canned mushrooms, 1 to 3 to decide us on staying was beginning to seek em- Public Library Thursday,

1968 Published Con- a time along while ago. tablespoons butter or other CARD OF THINKS the beauty of the holiday ployees to fill approximately Jan. 12 from 3:30 until'' 4:13.

C/ trauomly Coder the Same when we were farming and fat. 3 tablespoons flour one- displays of the town and the ISO: positions at the new Mrs. Connie Clark will I tx
'9l ot< Masthead.Puhnrhrd had a fine kitchen garden fourth teaspoon salt, 1 and Our heartfelt thanks to all residential\ cheerfulness of center.! Storyteller. All children .ae3

next to our home. It was before one-half cup milk. who extended comforting the season. But even after the 60 or 8 through 9, are welcome.
Each!: Thursday and Entered: a* Second P-
the law
no-fence In
Waiter at the Post Orftra at Starke, Fla. was Brown mushrooms lightly In sympathy and help our Now, the town U still\ tine 90 days when center opens,
Under Act of Marc 3, 1879. passed and big herds< of fit before adding flour. recent sorrow For the beautiful and the people are stilllYea.t. Curlee said It would require

hungry cattle were roaming Blend In flour and salt Heat service floral offerings! BUT where In some time before the first "
In Trade Areas 1 Yr. .30 6 all over the We kindnesses we for all our staff, Curies
; Mo. $2.00. countv. were and other are did prisoners can be received.
and stir until bubbly Slowly thunder all the beauty of said. "We've
Otitnlde Trade Area 1 Yr, 941 1 0 Mo. 92.25.: awakened one morning! by add milk\ stirring constantly. deeply grateful The family Christmas got We had, a "We will have an: orientation familiar got to get peo-"
ple with
our dog's barking and saw to of Mrs. Laura R. Chesser and training program our Ide&s.




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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --- MELROSE --- LAKE GENEVA



STAIIKK. n.OKIDTIlt'KSntY.. J\N. 12 1<>67
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I KEYSTONE HILITESBy Watkins AgainTo I 72 Identify Species I Indians Undefeated;


Jim Fox By Sally Rolhhammer Seventy-two species and!

Please Phone In Your Items ,173-JUS 4 .. ..4"' .a..'."' ., 595 Individual! birds were! RecordAt
observed in the first annual Defend 7-0
The annual meeting of ou
1 Head Council Christmas bird count con-
Fire Department will be :held
ROMAN'S: CLUB NEWS will be guest speaker at the Tuesday Jan. 17, at 7 p. in ducted by the Keystone Audubon

The Keystone Height regular meeting of the PTA In the Episcopal Parish I Heights- Melrose

Woman, Club will sponsor a on Jan. 10. He will discussthe House. The agenda will include .I Everett Fox took his .>eat I Law and Finance -Th:>m- Club.

"em 'gacborlC!" on Saturday: Boys' Ranch which Is the nomination and on the: Keystone city oounc.1 as Donoho, and Watkins The 15-mile area coveredby Greenville FridayThe
I Inlaht Included -
Jan 28, at the Ma sponsored by the Florida Association election of officers and direr-': Tuesday night and Count!'-i SafetyDonho, Redfeiin, the bird watchers
Immokalee on
sonic Hall Serving will start of Sheiiffs. tors for 1967. There Is a division man Roy Watkins was re- and Tliomas the Camp
of Lake
at. 5:30 p m. The dinner was \ CIVIL DEFENSEThe = of responsibility between appointed chairman for the\ Bui wick Anderson was re- Brooklyn Lake part

euch an enjoyable affair las following rescue operations the Melrose Fire Department third straight year at the appointed as city attorney. Geneva, Fowler's Prairie Keystone Indians m.\In-1 13th jinx when they meet' witt and Osteen were in tht

year! that the club has been were assisted in and the State Forestry board's 1067 :\1 In the final meeting of the Lake Rosa, some sections of talned their position as tni Greenville I there I for then double figures with 12 and

requested to give a icpeate during December by the Clay ServIce. Our Melrose meeting.Fox ol'aanIZtltIOll\I\\ '66 council Mayor Al Nelson Melro.so. and the south end, only area cage team left undefeated third conference game 10 respectively. Oetzen paced::

performance The publiclt: County Civil Defense unit: Dcptrtment: Is equipped to Is not exactly new presented to the Keystone of Santa Fe Lake Earletonnnd as they coasted to I I Saturday night they ,>!lay the losers with 7 points.

chairman for the Woman'' Dec. 9. young girl with head fight building (flies! while the: the council, having seive-J: Volunteer Fire Department private property ownedby 54-26 win over Newoe.Tj)' Green Cove Springs In a Score by quarters:

Club. Mrs Reggie Schubei', Injury was taken to emergency Forestry Service Is basic-lily one term back In 1963 lie for the fine job done over Mi' and Mrs. Call Swish- Tuesday night, Their I'el'l'rd non conference game at Keystone 17 16 12 9-54Newbeny

will! sumblt details at a late room of Bradford equipped to fight brush fires.!. replaces George LaRue arid the past 15 years. The mayor er. 1 lit now 7-0, with 2-0 in tfct Green Cove 498 5-26.
date County Hospital. Dec. 18 auto To report any type of tie promised to "woik with the also elated:! some of the accomplishments Participating in the bii'fcount conference) Stefan Brokas was high The JV's and the Girls also -
and Jackie
PTA NEWS accident on Highway 21 call 475-2005 and describe Hod-
Sheriff JenninuK MUM he I north. Dec. 21 auto accident:! nature Our department will my ability." 15-year period Auowsmlth Col F. W. their record on the line and Tuesday with 14 points. He- New berry, giving them season

on Highway 100 west. Dec. notify the State Foresay Councilman Charles Don- Outgoing Councilman George KC Mrs. Graham Hutchln- attempt to break the FrLdav! lecorda of 5-0 and 3-0 te-
.
Free-
:22!: heater fire residential Service should tholr! cooperation oho was also installed for his LaRue was presented a non Wilma Llndberg spectively.
Tolles, and
Dec, 24. report of drowningon be needed Your 1007 second term, Neither Fox and certificate signed by the mont and Zee New Year Premier

KEYSTONEHEIGHTS Doctor's Lake [tall units dues are gently needed! to Donoho were opposed:! mayor and all the councilmen !- Otto Voelchner. young son of Gainesville are The Indians stalled the
II1'1'tf'd! !I. dedicated The bird count Is a national residents of the Glen off right with a
maintain and Improve om1 Committees appointed 'oy for the seiv- NEWS NOTESBy new new year
of the Na-
The C. D. Council wishes equipment. Payment nhi] &>iil4 Chairman: Watkins the first Ice during 1066. activity Crawford home on Lakevlew 57-32 win over Hawthorne on;

: 'f r) thank all who participated be made to Col! Ralph Stuv- name being the chairman The AIrparK Committee: tional Audubon Society In Helen Egan Drive. The James Beelers lived January 3.

in) the nationwide alert from ens or at Chlapplnl's OuU are:, will meet Saturday, Jan. 14 I roopeiatlon with the U. S. there prior to purchasing Carl Hewitt ea tie Indian

November 28 to December 1. Station Alrpaik Rrdfearn\ Tox at 9 a. m, discuss a new Bureau of Wildlife as a their new homo Just three I scoring' with 14 points. Ste-

Remember your Civil Da CHURCH and Thomas lease for the Keystone Air means of taking a census of COMMUNITY: CIU'llCH houses south at the corner of fan and Mickey Biokas were

iPiiM1 Rescue!! Unit phone St-iitinnr,: Sunday there wil!! Streets and Parks Fo', park. It Is now leased to( Seth the wild bIrds In Americalevl'I'Y The annual meeting of the Lake View Drive and Peach. also In the two figure ,class

numbers: Sheriffs Office, be Bible Study "Book: Anio*" Redfearn, and Donoho. Kennedy.cast year at Christmas Community Church was held Street Mr Boicourt Ls assocIated with 12 and 11 points respectively -

MELRIJSEBUSINESS Green, Cove Springs. 2843379 with Rev. Fink teaching,, I time last Sunday at the 11 o'clockworship with Speiiy-Rand as Kitty Kite led Haw-

: Orange Paik Police Depaitment Night classes begins 15 January seivice The Nomin- an engineer thoine with 9,

204-9012: and Civil thru 18th.PEltSOSUS Sharon. 10, Kathleen 8, at t the Jacksonville Civ- enters of the Sohmltt oot-: ating Committee, with Ray The former home of the ''in the preliminaries. the

Defense Director In Keystone Richard. 2. and an Infant ic Auditorium. mond Starnes as chairman, late Dan Reamers and Mis Keystone girls ran over their
were down from Alexan-
last:
Heights 473-4260 or 473- Mr and Mrs C. R. Wesley son Michael. Mrs. O'Dono Last Sunday. Mr. and MisEd era: Va and spent Monday presented the following' slate I Flora McLean across fion opposition 48-18. The JV's

'1M 1. Those units are avail- left Friday for Balnbrids' ghiia will be rempmberftd bj :\ Dwyer Mr and Mrs ABachmann. afteinoon and evening visiting of officers who were dulY I the City Hall, is the new' had a much tougher battl"

DIRECTOR! ible In time of emergency Ga. for a. visit with their son her many friends as the former Mr. anf'Mrs.\ with us and looking Olerthe eJected: home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert as they eked out a scant 21-

is requested by law enforce- and famllv Mr and Mrs Nancy Hurst We are Frank Ottinger. and Mr and "old homestead. Wi\ Board of Trustees Mrs Mamlslo. a retired coupl' :20!( victory. Sandy Grayson

Auto Sales & Service ment agencies fire departments Raymond Wesley. Sunday Kind to welcome tills fine Mis E T Martin were on treated them to Jack's famous David Nelson, Robert Hen- from Winstead Conn. was high point man with 8.lIewItt' .

or local government they left for Smvina Oa family to Keystone hand to see Carol Channlnn'speifoimance bar-be-cue chicken dud I dry and J Miller Wrinkle, l'tICSOS\LS play at the FT
authorities Mr. and Mrs Charles Pet- ( In "Hello Dolly Mrs Fay Olson returned! \ s' outstanding as he
MOTORS and a visit with their daughter them their first three year terms. No board line \\
SPRING
gave
RETIREMENT FXRTY and family, Mr. and :Mis erson. who were rnroute from ." Early In the evening. the /ter; with some filed enco..111-1 member may serve more last weekend from a weeks dropped 8 through the' basket

Complete Service & Parts ForVOLKSWAGEN FOR "DOC" VINCENTOn L C. Thompson. Connecticut to Ft. Lauderdale couples then gathered at the It; seems that both : than three years, or be re- holiday with :Mi[ and Mis A In 0 attempts

December 28, the Du- Happy Birthday to Teen: stopped by for a short George Washington Hotel for their approval and of course elected! C. Wilcox of Jacksonville.Mrs. Conference WIn

'If It'. For A Volkswagen Pont employees and their Rothhammer on her lltli visit with their Rood friends, a dinner party. enjoyed having them ovei Board of Stewards William Howard Cross sisterInlaw In their first confeiemo

Wo Have It" wives participated In a "fare- Birthday January 11. Mr Mr and Mrs Ed Dwyer ol Hope that you will phont we from their Gainesville headquarters Beam Jr. Walter Gro- of the late John game on Jviuary 6. the Indians -

Always, Plenty of Good Us well gathering" for Doc Vincent and Mrs. Olynn Rot ham- Clover Lane in your Items as early as possible We will be looking: lick and Myron Pievatt Jr.. Cross.. is seriously HI in Brad- scored 61-34 win over

Volkswagens In Stock and his wife. Dottie of mer's guest for several daysis Last, weekend Alec Living''- -It will make It easier forward to their return next:I three year terms; Mrs A. A ford County Hospital.Mrs. Trenton

Green Cove Sprlnc 284-820 Orange Park. Mr. Vincent Mis Rothhammer's aunt ston entertained two of his: for all concerned. summer to possibly spend: :Malmgien. two years: Harry Ethel Weyman am' Keystone got off to a slovtait

retired from DuPont. at the Nancy Bass of Gainesville friends from Gainesville Bob -Jim, their vacation next door Goodwin, one year. Arthur Coombs spent! thp then bogged down In

AUTO SERVIGE end of December, after com Mrs Bass has been ill and Is Wise and Leon Henderson. Mr nnd Mrs. James Kln- A memoial tribute wa: holidays wth Mrs. Weyman' the second quarter and end-

pleting more than 38 yearsof now convalescing at her 'nie Since It was the last week 'vm'vyvv'vyvvyy'vyvvvINDIAN chen Jimmy! and! Larry spenta I expressed for the late Arthur daughter and family In Texas ed half with a slim 4-polnt

KING'S service with the company ce's home. end of hunting season you good deal of their fiee time A. Bialnerd by the Board: of 'ead- They rebounded In the

The buffet dinner was held:! Mrs Walter Terrell ha. can well Imaaln" where they \ BEACH down here at their cotta:?; '"! I Stewards of which he was MI'. and Mrs. Heimar third quarter and were able

Service Station at the Enlisted Men's Club gone to Orlando for sewral] spent most of their time. ipcently They came sportim chairman Roehl of Club Estates hive to play all reserves In the

USED CARS AT Camp Blandtng days visit with her daushtci l Juilnnne Nelson, dauKhtei {I.nke Santa Fe) their Christmas present't' Rev. John M Slkes. District returned from an extender final stanza. Hewitt! Trleon.an .

BARGAIN PRICES Mr Vincent received many and husband. Mr and M-3" of Mrs. Mary Nelson. has entered 1\Ir.. Jack F. Miller, Sr. new Ford truck but then 11 Superintendent of the vacation trip and visit wit! 4 Brokas accounted for 63

ELECTRIC nice gifts from his friends Milton Drake. Mis Winter the U. of F for the< they needed it to haul mote Gainesville District. Methodist their son and family thp points
and members of both plants winter term AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJDilzle Hanz Roehls of Omaha
daughter-in-law Church will be
AND ACETYLENE TeneU's materials to finish up then' guest In the preliminaries Gray-
WELDING riesented him with a golf Mrs Arlee Tenell Is In the Ensign and :His Bruce C ,drizzle, drizzle cottage. We neighbors are mrilster at the morning worship Nebr.Mr. son and Turner sparked the

"MELEoIc 47H-21S1 1JAI0 nd leather covers for 'hospital We hope she will be Prpvatt TMaivl I spent twc are you kind of tired of I nil hoping that .UVrUoie!, .when on January 15 and Mrs William Pln- JV's to..1t tTieir! third straight
The members of Prevatt'sI'arl'nts I 011 of Smith Lake enjoyed a
his woods I weeks with Mr.
EASTERN STARAt
I ach
weather too? U !
well soon. messy Sorry finish all tehlr plan- victory with 9 points
they up
the staff presented him with Bud Thoinion ) :Mr and Mrs. Myron the regular meeting ol: delayed holiday visit from
Mr and Mrs. have missed you all hut ned work they all will be- The Keystone girls won a
KKAUTY SHOP radio The Social while enroutt their daughter Mrs W. R
nn AM-FM C. Prevatt. Sr
279. the Assoc-
Jacksonville OES Chapter
went to : week. but It was just one of come permanent resHen's close one, 45-42
Club Mr. Vincent some- from ppnsllcollNAS to< Lembke. an} famllv of Cincinnati
gave visit with Bud's tit Matron OpraHine Jack-
Sunday for a those days! and Mrs M J oohns.
KEYSTONEBEAUTY thing that all golfers need- brother and family. Mr curlMia Glvnco NAS, Brunswick. Ga. The Arthur "Lucky" Lut- and Mr.Herman were down lint: 'nn, and Associate F'atl'an"JIl'rtOl' Ohio Severe snowstorms
abundant supply of golf where Bruce will be In Navigator made it Impossible for
an Thompson.Mr. Ownbey advanced te I
SHOP Jerry gens family have really :enJoyed long enough it seems over Ov' '''
EdIth balls The emcee for the and Mrs. Call Cox' and /; training for the next hiving: their son, Bit! weekend for Herman to let< the Worthy Matron and them to leave home before SCHEDULE
Johnson O.r evpnlne Ralph Bryan climaxed Salt Springs fpw months Worthy Patron stations 1 Christmas as planned. OF SERVICES
family went to home on leave lions the Ar! In a quick game of football!! ano1l
Personal affair with an assortment Visiting with Mr and Mrs A bill fold! containing\ per-
the wl'ekenfor, a visitwith conducted the ooenlng and
this past :\ Force. He arrived In time fez with the rest of the neUhljor-< PARK
Hair&: Creative of "frapr,: Rifts" and hioril Mutt's brother ot"1: Mvion C. Prevntt Jr wprAnn's <' the holidays and returned to hood! fellows. I dl-1' not .hear closlnir of the metIng.IMPORTANT < I sonal capers (cards, and keys
Styling of his original and Mrs. lost In Keystone before
interpretation and Mrs Jlmbo' parents Mr NOTICE: was of thePALMS
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family, Mi. his new assignment last Fitday fishing, hot
Individual Care It they did anv
Beuuty poem entitled, "Paiewe1 W. E. Van landlniham. andher Worthy Matron DorcthAKnons New Year's Will the ftnde'
He Is naw stationed hi I: bet they found time to wft
Ev Form Culture
ry of Beaaty Cox.Mr. Talla- please: return by mAil the
to Doc and Mrs. Bunyun KeIv :- sister, Marge of Duluth. Minn. folks I Is anxious that all
These
Tues-Sat. 9-6 I one little hook.
Open ;
; TEEING OFF ha I bill' fold or at least the t>*-
business f'e. "Sideliners attend the next
Palatka -
went to on :Mr. and Mrs Dive Rap>, the flsheimenWeil .
Closed Monday Jan. 5. the at are quite ppis and kevs to Mis. Olive SUNDAYS
On Thursday Thursday :Mis. All of the above were chapter mpptlnai at which
K y.ton. Hclghto 47348e5BOATS Woman's Oolf Associationheld Bunyun's Monday.sister Myrtle and the Pievatfs rSr I home for upon to their rctuinlng former- from home a recently v'si\ -, news is kind of wet time they will\ be honored P ev-ns. Route 1 Keystone I 11:00: ,\.:\1. 7:30: P.M.:\

L Its monthly luncheon husband, Mr and Mrs. DJOS! Christmas dinner It was the brought Polly's mother I' this week. so keep div UL- HOVEM:\ : .\KERS! Hpiahts. THURSDAYS i

MOTORS nnd business meeting which wall their guests last Thu'j- first time In four years that home with them. Mis Tesslo' hind the The Clay County Extension The Charles Pa"dees lost: 7:30 P.M. i

Included a 0-hole touina- the entire family was home I Homemakers Council held Its their hpBiitiful white cat bl'-I
day. Bowles is down from Munroe.N FUNDAMENTAL1JIHLE: 1 1
BILL'S MARINESALES Winners of the tour- for Christmas. fore Christine", when the" i,
ment. We welcome Mr and Mis I C. and expects to visIt eal'L monthly leadership Tralnnmeetln TEACHING:
& SERVICE nament Included: Mrs. Von- John Vlsch of Eaton Rapid- Dr. and Mrs. 'C. M. Booher here until Spring on Jamiiiv 3 at I IOrl'p" moved f'-om Highway: P1 1 to stake t

In" cllle Ketch low gioss 1441 :: Tlie/ fparents of Mrs Sharon Cove Springs; with all Oen vn home idlncpntto The
"The Pun Fleet's Mich. to our fair city. We have gotten ourselves: I All Services; Held In
Chrysler Lone Star BoatsChrysler Mrs Martha Hayes low net have recently moved lie' Morgan have returned to some new neighbors here or L! eight clubs In the county le-\ Postmasters Vllla-jp If I II Congenial AtmosphereOf

motors 33 l there was a thiee-way from Mlchl< an. They resideat their home In New Castle Indian Beach In the past few MspntPd( The( program was anyone has any Infoimntiin I The Lounge.Aim I
Service & Parts for tie< for low putts. which Included Griffins Place Pa. weeks. Mr. and Mrs Gene Interdemoninatlonal on home decorating' and \\1111 I please call the PArdees. (c'en-
Mrs Louise Gallop, Mrs Carew. formeily Community Church Di Ings. at 473-4149 .:.
All Outboards :Mr and Mrs Willis Mary Bruce and family have taken h" presented at the nl'xtl
Corner Rte. 21 & 26 Mrs. Su Dwyer and Mrs Hoagland and! daughter of Keystone and now making up residence among us. They A C. Hott minister: Mrs ,mpptlnir of the K.." tone-\

Mrlrose 475-4857< Fran Livingston Masgle of Beverly Hills Are her home In Unison., Mass,.I bought the Smith place: George Canovn. organist I :McRap-tnkp Geneva Club on j

Following the tournament. visiting Mrs Martha Mac- Is here for a visit with her above Griffin's Lodge They Sunday School 9:30: a. m Jinmrv' 1R at <>'30 a. m In
delicious luncheon was. friends Mrs. Carew Morning\ Worship, 11 .. m the
a Harriet many Clay Electric conference
and Mrs.
Keachle
I .
Electrical Sale & Service moved here from OlIn nd/)
held at ,the home of Mis Rice at Shake Rag Shack. will be staying at White Other new residents tie* I Nursery open both .jPresbvterlan rnom.
Louise Nelson. Mrs. Hazel: Feather Court. ('.)fUf F'TIOS
Yeoman's Electrical Mr and Mrs A. C. Hoag- 1 Mr and Mrs! Bob Fish a.iJ .
assisted Mrs NelsonIn DenIse Srabo daughter of Kindly this
McKav hncl of Elizabeth. N. J. 111'rlvl'l' fnmllv They are situated In excuse wilterin
Sales & Service caring for the suests who Friday to spend the Cmdi and Mrs Dennis Szn- the Tom Norwood's 'rt'oy' Faith Presbyterian Churcti: f announcing' an Incorrect 1
Included Mrs. A. R RlefeiTMareel Melrose bo who recently moved tol' -R>*v J. R Nealn Jl. znln rfnfp, for the Circle rhomel c
Prlgldalre Appliance winter In house across the road Many .. ,
!I.WI vi- W..1 WUlar. or' '
and Mis' Samuel L. Gainesville from Cocoa I' meetings' The date Is January !
Mrs Stewart H-ng-
Washers Mr. and
May tag of you know Bob as the must! ,
Zenith and Motorola TV Nlckell [TLlbbyl who recently land and children of Atlanta Beach wu visiting with amiable: meat cutter at Rob- ganist: Mrs Carl Swisher 18 and the places are "

Slegrler Heater Joined the Oolf Club and 3a nrp visiting with Carl Bernice Brune over the inson's In Meirose.Velcntn.s,' bummer organist. the si me as reported last, e't'
Woman's Golf Association Sunday School, 9-t; m week
also the weekend The S/nbo's will be :
1" O. Box 186 MelroMPhrme Beikleman
: to all you new eomel'ImaJ'you !
remembered as former residents Morning Whip 11 a. m, NEW; BO VRD :MEMBER
47iS2571NURSERY Alex Hoaxlnnd of Mexico! I
like it here with us
Mrs. Voncllle Ketch and City arrived Sunday for a of Keystone Club Es- Sunday. [Nursery open both Newly Installed Clav County -

Mrs Zee Tolles will pirtlcl-: visit with his father. A. C. ta tes Mis Earl Voyles was In hours! District 3 School Board

paet In the 38th Annual Hoalfllnd. Last weekend. Daryl Johnston Jacksonville for a very pleasant member Richard Lovorn assumed -
: last Thuisda.. -EpI canal
reason::
Woman's South Atlantic vlsted with his friendsat office on January 3
O.C. Carnes Nursery Golf Tourna- Mrs. Sigma Gommel of She went to( see "Hello. Dolly St. Anne's Rev. W W In informal In3reen
Championship Florida Air Academy an ceremony
Elizabeth. N. J 1 Is 1 spendingi
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Hiway 100 riorahome ment, which will be held at week with the Hoa where he attended school She got to see Carol WorstiUl. wear; R O. Cope- Cove Springs He and
or so
In and lorvd onranlstMorning' .
23 Miles SE of Stitrke the Oceanside Country ClubIn lands at the Shake Rag prior to moving to Keystone\ Charming person says the other new members will
Nursery Stock: Thousands Ormond Beach, Jan. 10- Shack. His brother. Malcolm, was the costumes art:]! settinTs Prayer and Ser' ittend a two-day orientation
were really a sight to be Id. 2iia aiul 4th Sundays
no mon conference on Jan. 12-13: In
of Plants & Fruit Mrs. E. I. VnnNetta has fishing with his friends at
H.PI'O Indian Bench was 9.30 a. m [nursery" open I
:: :
represented Tallahassee.
hasjust !
Trees to choose from. Nice Les Stephenson lust got bark from LakeUn-1 Grant, Fla. The two boys
at the Governor's Eucharist and
Inauguration Holy sermon
Shade Trees, Evergreens returned, from the 5th and several weeks visit wth were accompanied back to nousEWRMINT.S:\ I
last week. Our 1st and 3rd Sundays 9::30 JM. '
& Landscape Plants All Annual Dorado Beach Pro- her mother. Leila Cannon. Keystone by their father, A welcoming hand is ex)
!In containers Plant anytime Am Tournament, held In Duane Johnston. own Mis Nick Simons we (nursery "1>t'I11.! Churcl ended to general new resl- '
Mr and Mis V. Y. Craw- '
to Sohool 9:30 A. M. "Holy Eu- -
prior
Camellias & azaleas Puerto Rico. Our club should Iry spent Sunday In Ihe'irnllpr !' Mr. and :Mis Bill Slmeral up on Sunday 1t'l : lents of this city. i -
She the chaitst. Sam. each
BIG Sunday
Let us do your landscaping be proud of our repeikenta- at the Waccasassa celebrated New Year's Eve at day. sppnt *'l'
Phone 681-2165 tire as Mr. Stephenson! was Hivertis. the Holiday Inn with a group visiting' Mr. and Mrs L -s Evening Prayer, 7:30: ( P. AL and young son have purchased .
among the 50 pios (the Dor- of frlend.s Beasley end Marion who each Sunday EYC 6.0:= :) P. M. the former Inklebireer i. -; ti'',

PACKAGE STORE ado Beach Club has 6000 John Manni and William were former Keystone each Sunday. home on Highway 21 south.

I pros to choose from 1 selectedto : Karl Harbin of Bievard.i Lee. both of Starke were recent Heights residents. Edna and Dally: offices of Morning I Ctrs Voyles was the sister of|I

THE BLUE PINES attend this tournament.. C The two families were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Virginia. took In nil the grand and evening1 Prayer, 8::00 A. he late Mrs. Lois Williams.

This was Stephenson's third neigh bon. when they both Bill Slmeral at their home sights that weather would M. and 5:00: P, M. teacher at Melrose For A Ten-Strike!

Package Store & appearance at this particular live:! In Brevard. on Lake Brooklyn permit Virginia states thnt -Baptist Some folks might know Joe

COCKTAIL LOUNGE Pro-Am LArry LJnsIn son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Slmeral also she is sure many of the functions rlagen, manager of the C &
I were dampened by the Worship services : Sunday; Set your! sights: on a worth-while (goal in life
ofailc
Open 9 AJVI.-12 P. M. Except The regular monthly and Mrs O. L. Llnsln entertained some of their L: Fped Store fthe former
presence of rain. rain rain II a. m., 7:30: ( p. m. (nurseryjpenl. Then (like a good bowler) "follow through" witha
Palms graduated
of the
Sunday I meeting of the Junior Wom tilends with a holiday dinner vasheterlal: J n back of Can-,
OUMM Every Saturday Night an's Club will be held tonightat from the College of Education party at their home. Guests all week 1 lys Gulf Station The Hag- consistent" program of savings geared to jour

4 MILKS BART or 7:30. In the Clay Electric at the Unlv of Fla. last Included. Mr1 and Mrs. Victor We have had some busy Sunday School, 9:45: a, In. ens> are the new owners of objective You can't miss!

KET8TON15 IfKIOIITS I building James Jackson, history eim He will be teaching 3alsamo and son. :Mailo. and moments lately ]My slstor [nursery open]. Training Uiv the home directly across:
Uachei at KHS, will nathematlca at Keystone I Albert Simione, all of Oaln- ChIef and Mrs. Buddy K.'ltv! on, 6:30 p. m. (nursery ppenj I rom the library. For a winning score: open a savings account

TED CARS speak on Communism. Ugh School this svllle Mike Jack and Barbara vl.i- Rev. Lawrence Carroll.! Mr and Mrs. Boicourt and here then keep it on-the-grow!

_I hERE N' THERE: while: he is also semester'l LOCAL RESIIIF.VTS ted; with us from their Pen- >astor

Schu. tight school at the ,\TTF.VD DOI.LY" lacola home lost weekend
Mr. and Mrs Henry "IIFI.LO
Hanks Used Cars Sunday of each month.
Ser of Clover Lane have returned to begin working on his Mr and Mrs. Stan LaCoste While they were home, the -Lutheran Services held KEYSTONE STATE BANK
BIG CASH DISCOUNT from a trip to Hollywood Taster's program and Arthur Barber attendedhe vhole family treked off to Lutheran Church of Keystone each Sunday
at St. Anne's
TERMS and Delray Beach, New residents of Keystone Thursday matinee of Folkston, Oa to( attend the Heights; Vicar Richard Thurch. Kevstone Episcopal Heights, Member:\ F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights!, Fla.

BUY SELL TRADE where they visited friends. are Mr and Mrs. Edward FDonoghue Hello Dolv' last week The tedding of our other sUter. Meyer, minister: R G. Copeland j '

Rt. I Box 90 Recent guests of Mr. andMrs >' and four chil- XT forma nee of tlu well-re- Tell organist. I, 1L "Your Friendly Bank

Ifwy. 100 8 Mllrw S. Starlic Sam Gardner, of Para- dren. formerly of Jackson- dyed Broadway production :Mr and Mrs John Challr :- Divine worship, Sunday 11 A L C1a...irird Ad In the TEI.F.- In Your Friendly Community

Use Point were Mr and' "tile itieir* Lhlldren are I WillS' presented by the orllJl\all JuJy. ana CrmrliM formal a..In i Holy Communion 2ndI I OHA1'U brio.- results., ,;





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Mac L. Granger

Services Held

In Waldo I :!:: I i 11111 IMMIIMINSTANT ;
Services were held Tuesday :
In Waldo for Mac L ': : STEAK1;
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Granger, 68. who died Sun ;:: : 11.
day. Jan. 8. In Bay Pines ::: MEAT'' MEAT :;:'::
'Veterans Hospital; In Bty :::; ti: \ .... 7' J .::=:: ..
Pines. Fla. i:: /! COFFEE: !! SALE"" !
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Mr. Granger was a rentti : .. USDA ....
of Waldo until 1931 when hr. : : ?....:.;..:,
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,moved to Pass A Grille ::: MAXWELL HOUSE ::: .........., ..............'..=..-.....-................ CHOICE ................................................................... ::;.;:t.:.;:
Beach on March Pla.14.Born 1898 in the son W.ildo of I ;::::: r ::1// i \ ,I.:.;s wL
11 11i
I the late George S. and Axnes t;:fit: t 10.., 09 :;::::
'Bell Granger he was a retired I ::: is : L I!;;
JAR 1)) :.;....:. U.S. CHOICE BEEF RIB
railroad conductor :i:
having! : 1 j1 j1i
worked for the Seaboard i ::;: __ i! II LEAN, TENDER. MEATY
Railway Company for many ;r SUPERMARKETS 't1 'F ....
i % SAVI 18e ::::

years.He was a member of the I :;:1 ....................'" .................................. :1 1 !II' fOOD FAIR 1.. I < ..yP1 {!j ji STEAK} ,,, u. m;:;,,-
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Order, of Railway Conductors I::l! 1j j1\\: r ft n ..... a 8
a charter member of :;:::::: CARDINAL: BRAND SLICED :::;:: 100. IIwraet I C : M
,the Pass A Grille Yacht Club I :: :. :: JAR 89j i ::.; I IL
and Volunteer Fire Department :?:: : Coffee ;i RftIeIU SIRLOIN
a member of the Epls1 ::: ..1u., u.s. CHOICE II1I1I
1 copal Church and a veteran ?:: BACON nxR P1 f \ '7 t
.of World War I. ::: SAVI ,8 ::
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Surviving Is his wodow. An- ::: "
ita Dutton Granger of Pass A :; : ,:...i .iji PrIVcl1\\E Sy. IEA.K 21f ll. Ib .iti.
Grille. Beach and one brother. I ;;i I :.:. C ::::.: ..... "1:'::
Waldo.James H. Granger of :>::. : ( ., 1: L' 'ti:!:'
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uraveolde with Services Rev.in Fred wore Waldo Yerkes from Cemetery offi the .::::I::::::::: Sn. 10f 4.. 9' <
ciating. Burial In the .:
was '
family plot there.! i: ,' 8' I!:;:;
DeWItt C- Jones Funeral .::;::= SAVI Of AZAliA SKINKSSI :::::i I STEAK. ,
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Home of Starke was in ::: d : : : Ib
charge of arrangements. ::..:;..::..: ALL BEEF FRANKS VV.M9CSAVI :.:.:.:.:.::: B I' ;
I $.s.;1:. 10< AZALCA IROWN 'N SERVE :.:!.:;i HELLMANN'S ;ji
1::: ::: :{ SAVE t1 PER POUND ;!f'! i
Paulk Named :
:::::.: Smoked SAUSAGE .;.: 39c :.;:.::.::1 31n.JARSAV110. ,, 9c i1: ., u.s. CHOICE ROUND BONE. V
For Term :: ::::: :::: 3 37AV
I On .. :: ::: IAVI 144 II. MilD DAISY ::::::: -- t ::*
Hospital Board :I:;i: 1t ill ii!:I I I.r /t.1 m
;;t\ CHEESE WEDGES u. 59c [ ( 8. :::::::

Dave Piullc of Stnrke Tist ,I :&::::::: SAVI 104 II. WISCONSIN AMIRICAN i:::::::: FOOD a2...JAR FAIR 49" C ::;: 't { ST EA K 21. lh "' f::

| received a commission from I ::::f1 1 SLICED CHEESE u. 69c m::: SAVI10 :;::. f'I'-. BOOBS Ib ..t.....
j tOov. Havdon Burns for aI I p: ::: ,. ":
', four year term on the Board j| ::::!i MIAT AND IAT :'::.:::. Ii'(! f ."... .::.;::. SAW 70' PLUMROSr .n r. ...... ann d fJ
of Trustees. Bradford County I :;:t 1 FISH STICKS 2 u. lOX 99c mf ':.': :if,;* ., &:.$&Wafa,, j:!:. '\ ,' ::1;
Hospital\ Corporation. I i:;:: I '* I::::: ,,.;I.( \. :;:I CANADIAN BACON 3 U CAN $x.99 f i;:i!
)|j Paulk succeeds Tnomasj I ::::!ys! rOOO PAW FROZfN IMADIB!>> 1 i! : *; '*& : ij sssr r: r"? :::} .. \.". ::: .. .. . .... .......................................
I j Hamilton of Brooker. whose I :': : :: ......................... ........ ............ .............. .... .... .. ::::::::
ti cc VEAL STEAKS u. lOX 69c 1m

i term Paulk expired met with December the board 31 )I I ::::::ii1!!: IOOO PAIR VIOLIN HIP ;ii:.::: : ::::illl: :E. ;re eJ/t/ CRISP ICEBURCOTTCE iil! ">*Ty& ilill11 ilill11D. !
for the first time at its re- :i: : low calorie canned
11'111111'' meeting here Tues'aynlcht. I :;:::!!1 CUBE STEAKS u. lOX 69c ;W WI. ::.:::. _, ; '' :::.:::' regular or RITZ -
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T11URyD.M1Y. JAN. 12. 1X17
DIMUFOBl COUNTY TRLftCHtAPIt. STARKR.! FLORIDA _,
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. I the Arnold Childs Correction!
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTTTYT .m..m.r.mn...' SAturday were her brother I Ocala with burial In Forest chased
.. .. .. house and moved In last
.
and Mster-In-law. Mr. and Lawn Memory Oardens.

.. ..... '. ... ::.. -C',.: '. Mrs. Douglas Thomas and Levi Ellund Mrs. Jessie Chastain of
week.Mr.
: Ii". .'.:.. .. ..:;:-. ... ::.. THERESSABy LAWTEY\ children of Jacksonville and Levi Efland, a former resi- and Mrs. Lynn H'Ul l Hampton was elected County vice-

..... .::..:,: Becky Nvwluim I Mrs. Walnwrlght's uncle and dent, died Jan 4. He was and Mr. and Mrs. Henry chairman of the

... : :. .. ... .... By( Em.a BltutrhardAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAA.AA aunt Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mar- survived by his widow. Frie Easterlies of Bedford Lake Commission for 1967 at the
:. t
.
: :......... ..;.'.. : A 4AAAA..AkAAAAAeAAHope I tin of Oceanway on Sunday. da, three daughters Mrs. were sightseeing and shop- Board's organizational meet
..
.:: : ;... : Mrs. Luther Thorpe of Ruby Underwood former ping Jacksonville last Wed- ing last Wednesday. -lac. 4.
: : :: ...... .. Baptist Church I I
.. oOoO ..0 ; .. ... .; CIIURCII ACTIVITIES CUllen. Va. spent last week principal of Hampton school. nesday. The Telegraph last weekerroneously
'. ... : : .' : Friday night Jan. 13 the
that
: .' .. .. :1'.:.. ':. ... ; ... : : Grace Methodist Sun with her parents. Mr. and Gainesville! ; Mrs. Orace Bail- Mr. and Mrs. George Wil- reported
intermediates and young,
.t .... .. '. ,... .. Wor Mrs. visited Commissioner Zedra Hamilton -
..,; : ;. : : day School 9:45: a. m. Mrs. Charles Shuford.) ey of Jacksonville and liams and Charlie Baker
..I '. -.:.. ::-. people will meet at the
: : : : .. and 7:30 Elizabeth Bedenbaugh of was elected to the post
vr .. ship 11 a. m. : p-m the Zoo and were supper
...... : ..q. .. : ..:; :. .oO' church at 5:30: to go by car Prayer Circle Monday 9 a. YYYYYYTY "/..YYYTYYTYTYHAMPTON Deland; three sons Fred. guests of Mr. and :Mrs. L. A. Hamilton did however, nominate -

:. .....:.. :'.. .. .oO 0' to Jacksonville to hear the m. Wednesday Junior MY Jacksonville: Archie Inglls Wiggins in Jacksonville last Mrs. Chastain for the

'... .. .0 ..':": ._ : ....:.:.. Rev.. Lester Rolff who has i a Choir practice at 7 p m. and and Marvin of South Car- Sunday.Mr. position.
.! : :. program each week day on:
: ::.=
Senior MYF. On Monday olina. Funeral services were Baker.Robert ,
Jeff
and Mrs.
": : .. radio. It is 550 on your radio<
: :0.: : : NOTICE OF
will 10 Saturday.Jan.
Jan. 16 Senior MYF en held at a. m. Mrs.
.........::.:.:.:..... .0. dial we enjoy listening to 1 It tertain the Sub District By 1Mar" Williams 7, in Williams-Thomas Cutchen. and flsh-
went
":::!:'.:: : : ...... .. very much. It will be interesting MYFers at our Church 7:3p. : uuuuau..u.a.a.uCITY Funeral Home in Gainesville Myrtle in the Watterson St. Johns River STOCKHOLDERSMEETING
.... . to hear and see ng
:.
.. .- : oO" .IJ'. ; go Hlllcrest
.' *. ..... ..'.' :\; I : ;:'::H ... him Friday night In persor m. COUNCILThe with burial in last Saturday.Mr. .
:
.
::..: .. ... ...: :.': .. First Baptist Sunda Cemetery. 1 W.
: and Mrs. T. King
.* The Intermediates had a
.. Community
% .* Council met Tuesday Stockholders of the
: ....... ...::.;.:. .... '...:.:1..' ...1 ..: party on Saturday night at School 10 a. m., Worship 11 night Jan. 3 with all offi- PERSONALS : were visiting the D. 3. Hills State Bank of
:-.:.::: .. :" : ....:. ... a. m. and 7:30: p. m., Train Eugene Waldron who has Year's weekend.Mr. .
withabout the New
I house
the community present plus visitors on will hold
cers Starke Fla.
H. Starke
.
Mid stationed in Germany
been
: : : : ::: ing Union 6:30: p. m.
: Phillips
Mrs. William -
:
and
.... : 20 persons presen week services Wednesda Carl Brown and Jeff Baker arrived home Christmas day their annual meeting on January
.. .... : ;;;.' Oames were played and refreshments Old business consisted of Alice and daughter. Jane. of 14. 1967 at 12 noon at
visit his wife Mary
.. ::': : 10 ., :::. served with Mis 7:30: p. m.Church of to Jacksonville were visiting the
.. trying to secure patching banking house of
.' of Ood Sunda and daughter, for a month., the
..... Romesa Dodd in charg* School 10 a. m.. Worship 11 asphalt from Jacksonville Ir He will leave around Jan. 22' Mrs. C. A. Cox Sr. and:! Mr. Community State Bank.Starke .

They closed the party will a. m. and 7 p. m., YPE Wed order to repair streets before for Oakland. Calif. and Mrs. C- A. Cox Jr. last Fla.. 115| 2t 1112I |

some Bible verses. they become Impassable. Levi! Rhoden entered Brad- Wednesday.
nesday 7:30: p. m. Praye
Sunday. School 10 a. m.
After discussion Council decided -
services Friday 7:30: pi m. ford County Hospital last
I I
Morning Service 11 a. m, of brick
to dispose
treatment.Mrs. .
Highland Baptist Sun week for
Training Union 8:30: p. ir. to City
:) day School 9:45: a. m.. Wor building adjacent O. D. Pierce suffereda
:i ) Preaching 7:15.: Wednesda;; Hall. Due to condition of
ship 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m.. heart attack last week andis DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
'. night Mid-week Service 7:30: building. It could not be used,
Hos-
Choir practice 6:30: p. m in Bradford County
Choir practice Is held eacl Prayer meeting Wednesda: for its original purpose. Lack STARKE-PHONE 964-2600()()

I Wednesday night after sere- 7:30: p. m. of Interest In fire department, pital.Mr.. and Mrs. Wade Prlest-

also had bearing on the HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176
KEYSTONE
Ice.The Rev. James Walker may tx er of Key West were visiting -
New Life Bible Club Is
Council decision. Bids will be
heard over Radio Station, Mr. and Mrs.l! J. O. Adkins
being held at the churcl down,
advertised for tearing
S WZOK. 1320 on your dla on Wednesday. Rental Services
after school
each Monday building.
each Sunday at 1:30: p. m. the Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Han-
Please have your boy or glr in better finan-
The city Is to
Palatka '
BIRTHDAY PARTY cock moved from
to bring their, Bibles cial condition than it has HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS
house on
Hines
Mrs. Maxie Reddish hon the Bobble
ct: "''I PERSONALS ored her daughter. Vicki been in some time accordingto I CRUTCHES

Buddy Packham spent last with a party Monday afternoon Clerk Mary Della Brown. 301.Recent visitors of the J. B.
.weekend with the Cumber
ACTIVITIESFirst
In celebration of her, CHURCH Prevatts were Mr. and Mrs.,
family in lines City. Sunday
Baptist -
tenth birthday anniversary DeWitt Prevatt of Jackson-
William Newham left at with School 10 a. m.; Worship 11 ville Mrs. Iva Bowden of
Games were enjoyed andi
8:30: Tuesday morning, Jan I a. m.: Training Union 6:30: : GLASS That'8 Our Business
Jeana Higginbotham win Macon. Oa.
Florida 3. to go by bus wth the 7:30 Midweek
-
Evening Worship : :
; Not for School Band nlng the prizes. Mrs. Sheila Mr. and Mrs. Marshall
Bradford High
services Wednesday
1 If It's Glass We Hay It"
McClellan assisted the hostess Matchett returned last -
to Tallahassee to march Ir
730.
:
the Inaugural Parade. Ir In serving refreshment) Thursday from a two weeks CALL WRITE or VISf1'FOR

: A million Floridians. have discovered a comfort. A cleaner happier, more hcnl'h-; spite of the rainy weather he to the honoree and six little ChristianSunday Schoolat visit with their soninlawand ANY GLASS NEED

: safer cleaner, easier, cheaper Jlamcfas/ ful home for your family this \winter. said the trip was really great girl friends invited to be with 10 a. m.; Worship at 11 a. daughter. Dr. and Mrs

way to heat (and cool) their homes. next spring, next summer next fall. See and he enjoyed it very much.. her on this happy occasion. m.: Crusaders at 6 7 p. m., and Don Pearson and family and We Design Modern Store Fronts

: your electric air conditioning contractor Mrs. Clyde Hersey. Denise,, Sunday dinner guests ot evening Worship p. m. their son and daughter-n- Just Mail Us A Pattern For
air Daniel Boon Savage'
Electric ERSE-CYCLE conditioning Mr. and Mrs. George L. Shu- Leo [ ] law. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne t.
dealer today! William David and Becky
or appliance:
One small compact unit heats in winter Newham vIsited in Gaines. ford were Mrs. Luther Leo Savage of Bellevlewand Matchett and family in New Tops

Costs little! than Thorpe of CUllen Va., James a former resident of Yoik.
with
cools in summer. so more vllle Monday Jan. 2. -
straight ;, the heating feature is Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crenshawand Shuford of Randolph Va., Hampton died Jan. 8. He was Recent visitors of Mr and SHEAa;
: cooling THERE'S NO MATCH FOR Mr. and Mrs Joe Shuford survived by his widow Hllde- 'I GLASS CO.
Mr
almost like getting a house heater free. family also Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Adkins were
FLAMELESS. ELECTRIC... and family of St. Augustine, Bobby Sav-
...... gard and a son
No fumes soot, odors. No fuss muss, ..... 'jS';:: ;:;iER.!; TOO I Mrs. Wayne. Hersey and Mr.of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shu- age of Anthony. Funeral I and Ft.Mrs.Pierce.H. W Priester Sr II

bother. Just dial year round automatic and Mrs. Lancln Hersey ford Mrs. John Shuford and services were held Jan. 10 at of 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FK2-4353
.1.; Fairbanks.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John McCarver -

= FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY Belle Onann Mrs... Dave. Roberts Funeral Home in of Philadelphia Pa. pur-
Mr and Mrs. John E. Star-
Florrie Davis, and Mrs
: t HELPING BUILD FLORIDA Arthur Onann were In Jack ling and children of Eaton ._ T -
V V
Park spent the weekend with
sonville at the Baptist Memorial
Hospital last Fridayto hs brother-in-Hw: and sister.

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wain-
who Is AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY
see Arthur Onann

a patient there. Reports are Wright.
about Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bradley
of the facts he is doing fine and Is expec- were in Baldwin Sunday vcmr"Air --

ted to come home soon.
Trlest where they visited her uncle
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Dora and Ernie. W. H. Hall. and::\ aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Les- Conditlonln -Heatln CHAIN SAWS GLASS Office Equipment
ter Crews and their son. Sgt
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Onann Year's Colyn Crews Mrs. Crews and GAINESVILLE Hancock OfficeEQUIPMENT
and Plen spent New
I Valley Self-Propelled weekend fishing at Cedar ther baby daughter. Sgt. RUSS PIKER A. & J. Saw GLASS CO. INC.

Key. They stayed at MOnann's Crews was stationed In Germany i \

house boat down for four years and was Authorized Alrtemp & Mower Co. "EVEn YTlIISG IN CLASS"
Smith-Corona Authorized
married there. This is their Heating & Air Conditioning Store Front; Mirrors -
fishingwas
and said the
there
JANUARY 16-31 IN first visit here.MI' Joe Anderson, Mgr. Windows Sliding: Glass Dealer

Irfnatl.on real good. and Mrs. J. D. Clark SHEET METAL Doors Tub Enclosure CUry-Victor-Totally
-
) Mr ,and Mrs. Marvin Eland Homelite Chain I Saw
UacrUnei. Calculator
l LIVE OAK, FLORIDA and Andy visited with' Mrs.and Jack daughters Southerland Shirley were and EtMldental Commercial SALES it SKRVICH 3038 Gainesville:N. E. Waldo:376-2081: 'Rd.Add1111r SALES -SERVICE- RENTALS

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Trlest -industrial
DUcuu
I SAVE TLME your

1 I on Tuesday Jan. 3, from and visiting son-in-law another Mr. and daughter Mrs. 8ale.-Installation-Service Repairs GRAVELY& Parts TRACTOR All Makes 'I requirement with ua tint.

... .... .. Pit..Va. 2804351 Walhnlla. S. C. We were sor- LADIES WEAK ,628 N. Main St. OalneavlU
.. ,
,,, ... _-M. "." James Hall and'' family in SALES & SERVICE
"""", '-'- '----'P --- '. ... EIIlnd'sfather
'< J703 19th Dr.
''' = > f; "" .}it. 1M ry to hear that Mr. M.E. Phone 37C-5531
....... '''' ''''. passed away in Oaln- Jacksonville on Sunday. Gainesville 372-0714
......w .... Mrs. O. J. Phillips spentpal.t 2022 N.E. Blvd. Gainesville!I Cherry's
'J. would like to
esvllle. and we
of last week with Mr. Phone 372-3388: I
.
-tI Gainesville's Most Fashionable PAINT &: GLASS
: deepest sympa-
o express our Just Off Waldo Road
l in and Mrs. Leslie Phillips and AUTO SALES&SERVICE Address For Ladle
: \ \ thy to the Eiland family I
", \\\ their loss. sons In Jacksonville. CONCRETE PRODUCTSPOWELL'S DltESSES-SUITS-COATSMATERNITY
.'" I Alton Crews who has been I Liddell Paint &
L'V" Mrs. Jackie Hersey and \ : WEAR
.,:\. .::" stationed mother. Mrs. Jeep Jeepster INSIST THAT ALL YOUR 't\CCESSORIES Glass Co.
0.... .<;; son. Mark. and:!
.. ... after spending a leave with
.. PRODUCTS 7 W Gainesville
... in last CONCKHTE University.
Johns. were Perry
.. Family! of 4 Wheel Drive
I.
..
: .... ...... f: Sunday and Monday visiting his mother. Mrs Steve Starling ARE THE!: BEST FROMEdward's I KYANIZE PAINTSRAMBLER

J. 'i,"l '.. with Mrs. Hersey's sister and Mr. Starling and I I Glaas-Mlrrors-SUdlnr: DTub _.
'
1 Building MOBILE HOMES
i
,/. \. .........-- Mrs. Bettv Blair. family left Tuesday to report; Enclosurea-Shower Door
I to Camp Le Jeune. N. C. I I IWlndow..AwnlqCarpet
,! Mrs. Price Flcher and Bell! SALES AND SERVICE Inc. MUSTANG *
Misses, Oerty! Fae and Gertrude Supply, i I WallpaperStorefrontConsultation.
in Gainesville
Onann were
of Gainesville
j I It recently. visited Cruce their parents Mr. and Ridgway Motor Co. 726 S. IVUIn. -372-4844 { Mobile Homes, Inc.\ .

Mrs. Ruth Oriffls was in Mrs. Frank Cruce and other 110 N.W. Sixteenth St.
\ 1 r wr yr Gainesville recently visiting members of the family over 1132 S. Main GA.tN1J8vn.LE.! FLA Gainesville's., Discount Mobile GAINESVILLE 372-8191

with her brother. R. G. Zelg-, the weekend. GabUMvtlle. / 72-8433 Hume Sales Lot.
I ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC Purchase discounts on entire
ler. Vasco Thomas of Live Oak CLASS
'
chain guarantor huge savings.
I, Miss Edith Baker ie spend was visiting Mr. and Mrs.'
BRASINGTON /
ing a few davs at the homeof Harry Wilkerson and family NEW
;MOON( ( CAI'KLLAPACEMAKER University Glass
Mr and Mrs. Homer Brln- Sunday.
C.UNLLAO-OLDS110nuI.E, '
Mr Brinson is spending Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Dobbs Motor Co.
son. Inc Repair Used 'Mobile' Homes Low
a few days In Miami on busi were dinner guests of their SALES & SERVICE Of Gainesville 1_ : Priced. With approved credit & Glazing Coy I Inc.

t son Bernie Dobbs and famIly down
Iowa. {100
slash ness.Jack Carter of Jacksonville in Jacksonville Sunday Fine Selection of Used Cars Repairing--Eawlaiding: I S MIRRORS
% 441 North
90 4820 N.W. 13th St.
labor to
cost .
up Recent visitors of the Dobbs New and Used
: visited with his sister. Mrs Taken On Cadlllao Trades Gainrflvllle." 378-1348 AUTO GLASS!
few were Mr. and Mrs. Casey
Arthur Onann for a
: I J Valley Self-Propelled is true push-button sprinkler ; days. Do ba and children of Jack- 1001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 441 WORK GUARANTEED CALL COLLECT Tub Enclosures Shower'

irrigation. Gives automatic rainfall to up to 180 acres sonville. PHONE 378-5301 1030 S. Main Gainwnrllle

: at a time. No stops, no re-hook-ups, no pipe to move s PARTY PUNCH Mr. and Mrs. H. H. }rsmi:-' Phone 3T2-8318 MotorcyclesScootersStrait's Door! store Front

and no constant attention. It works automatically! For our New Year's eve ton spent New Year's. with 1319 S. :Main Gainesville

while you sleep. Irrigates 500 to 1,000 acres without I punch we had as directed Mr. and Mrs. W. H. WilsonIn CRANELINCOLN Farm and Industrial Bicycle 1 Shop "
f small 1,
Jello any 37&-9931
: help of any kind., Also saves by injecting water so( t, one color pick depending on the color Lake City. On Saturday Equipment; HONDA MOTORCYCLES

luble chemicals Mix Mr and Mrs. Norman Ham -SIEKCCBTAuthorised Cushman & Vesp ScooteraDucati
want the punch.
I you ilton, Cathy and Cindy of TILES & PAINT
-BSA-Zundapp
Jello with 4 cups water t 1 Sale A Service
lemonade Gainesville vlisted the Ham-, Santa Fe Tractor, Motorcycles-Sales & Service
906 XI.
boom yields hot 1 can frozen University Oalnervtlle
\ mixed as directed on the can. lltons. I SCHWINN BICYCLES FIJNTKOTE TILl!
\ Betty Miner and sons! Phone 372-4261 Inc. Locksmith & Safe Work
: Rain at the right time is the secret to 100f fbushel JOE J. MARTIN 1 large can pineapola Juice. Mrs. Sunday' Vinyl-Vinyl Asbestos Asphalt
well of Jacksonville were 818 W University Ave.
.. 3'4 cup of sugar. Mix:
of and milo. Thousands of farmers allover Factory Sales Consultant
yields corn afternoon visitors of Mrs.' Crane's I Imports r o R D Omlneflville 378-77(1
and Just before you pour Floor Finishing Product
: the country have found this out. Light sandy Mr. Joe Martin has fourteenyears Miner. ;
Effie
add 1
the ice to
: soils need frequent light applications and Valley Self- of broad practical experience over serve Volvo (Mercedes-Bens) Farm Tractors & ImplementsFIATIULIMAN CYCLERAMAMotorcycles PARPETWALLPAPER
and Mrs.
pint Ringer ale Makes 2 qts. Visiting Mr.
i Ford Industrial Equipment
Propelled is the way to do it. For example, a Valley with Valley Self-Propelled
or serves about 25 persons) \ James TValnwrlght on
systems under allconditions. :
can supply 1 inch of water every three days to ISO Irrigation USED EQUIPMENT .
He knows
acres. Apply I water soluble I fertilizers I at the, sam soils, and what makes farming crops I 3201 N. Main Gainesville SALES PART SERVICE '

time. Have precise even distribution. Systems aro profitable. He'll be glad to an I I Ij Fhdne 373-4373: : PICK UP & DELIVERY)1 iiv\IIAn Tenney- Tile & Paint

engineered to ;your crops, soils and water supply swer your questions Jan. 16.31 4488 N.W. Sixth Gainesville 2222 N.W. .v th tit
I in Live Oak, Fla. Call for an SALES SERVICE Gainesville 378-1302

appolntmint. STALLING'S CORNERi Phone 376ACCE'SgORIES

make money j i Beauty Academy 815 W. l'nlw.>"lty Gainesville

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High yields and drastic labor savings: are only part The idea that's changing i OASIS LOUNGEYour House of Travel

; cf the story. No expensive land leveling operaaces :MOVERS\ ,

on grades up to 5%. Qn new land developments a 6.000 year oldirrigation CLOSEST Spot For Johnson & Paris, Inc. INC

; you can achieve the same yields as farms with land Beauty Academy Long Distance Movinc AIRLINES!

costing 10 to 20 times as much. : habit LIQUOR WINES BEER Complete Line of Local Drayage
: Learn Profeaalo In Your \ Storage P k1n&JratIDC: :: STEAMSHIP!

I Open 9 A.1N.12 P.M. Span Tim Full or Part Tim IEEOS-PlA.I\iTS- I Shipping R. R.I!
bueeUclde*-Pet SnppiM! FREE ESTIMATES CALL IToteU! Car Rental I

I Friday and Saturday 9 AJVI. 2 A.M. I DAY ft EVENING CLASSES No Charge For Our Service

L VALMONT/ FIFTHS *W Rent Fertilizer HILL'S MOVING Weekdays 8:30: to 5:09:
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST 3 Low Tuition Term
324 N.W. 8th Spreader.'l & Storage, Inc. Sat 8 to 1%.

OR QUARTS 319 N.W. 10th Av.
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THURSDAY. JAN. 12. 1967MAXVILLE -- ,

1 1 MeotuxR'. Wwlnemlny. 7'30 p.nr ST. mVARH: "S CATHOLIC MornlnK Worship. 11 a m BETIIFL BAPTIST CHURCIlSuntlay

.... .. . .. last and daughter Oayla spent list Church Quartet attendee I Union. 7 1 in e.'vcrIna ; .
WY.WY. ." ..... I dleburK' passed away 1 Saturday I 1 Everyone!: : welcome. Rev. MIXivliI STARKE Training p School 10 II. WlMuriirtix
Friday. Funeral services were I the New Year weekend In'' the singing held Mederlous, ptmtuf. Sunday M I\.M. 9:15: n. nTuesday Service, 8 n. m nev< :\ Worship 11 a. iq,

held Sunday aCte.noon at 2 Tampa and vlilted Mr. andMrs. night at the Laurel Baptist I -No* ena ard Benc Lacy Cdaway pastor I Evening Worship. 7:30 9. ID>

p. m. at the Mlddleburg Holiness Ed Harris.Mr. : I Church inBayless Stal'kll. I FIRST CHKISTIA.NIIIRCII :" diction 7 p. m. Inquiry Clos* Prayer !Meeting, 7:30: p. n
CIIVRCH OF OOD
Church with burial in and Mrs. J. P. Blalock I .. .. .. .. (' ; STAKKK 8 p. m. We 'nesday. ReV. W. UNewnncis
............ ... ... 422 N. St. Clair St., SUrHe.
By Mrs. A. C. SliMle the Nolan Ridge Cemetery and daughter of Mississippi Sunday School -9:45: a. m. Thursday ail 1 Ft'tc1ay- pastor.NORTIISIDE .

Phone 289-4191 I here. Among his survivors : visited; last week here witli Morning Worship. 10:45: a I Mass 7:30: a. m. C4TO: a. m. Sunday: School' 10 a. m.

are a slater. Mrs. Melvin Mr. and Mrs. Joseph' Lucas! Hiway\ FIRST BAPTIST CIll'KCII: m. CliHstla.i Service Houi for grade nnd hlytt' school studentil. Worship Serviot-3. 1 a. m and B.1TTISTLocatRd
............. .... I and Claude Green.Mrs. I 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesdaj! I on Bayien h>>
Padgett of here. I 6:30: p. m.Wednesday. .
.I I'' Emallne Bell returned II Sun ay Sunday School 7:30: p m. Prayer Meeting. Raltoirl Road
t BABY GIRL Mrs. Elizabeth t Babe I I Youtli Choir Saturday Ma \ 9.30 a. ocUEILBRO.NN way fSR 2251at
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Padgett. 101 of Clay Hill to her Dallas. Texai home By Mr*. O. E. CrosbyOur I 9:45 a m. Morning Worship I Practice! 3:33: \ p. m. Fellow Prlilay. 7:30: p. in.-Rev. L. B. I ISR 161.] Services: BuhdA*

announces the .arrival of I passed away Sunday after last weekend after spending ,................................ 11 .a m.. sermon""Let us RO< ship Supper. 6:30: p. m. Mid J1\P'1'\' 1 1 I Williams pastor. School. 10 a. m. SwidrfMornlutu

their first child a daughter.I noon. Funeral arrangements the holiday season here with sad- on to perti'ctlon. New Festival Rive I Week Bible Study 7:15: p. m. Sunday School 9 >45 a. I FIRST ritKSHVTERIANSunday ::; : : Worship 11 a, mi
community was
Lisa Annette born Dec. 28 at i were Incomplete at this writ- relatives. dened to hear of the death Association Miuic Lawte: Adult Choir Practice. 8:00: 1 1m. pI Morriing Worship i 1 a.. n.. School 9:45: a. mMornlrnj Training Union 6:30 p. ca{

t. the Duval Medical Center in I Ing. Among her survivors are Gene Austin of Ft. Lauderdale 1st Baptist Church. 'Training Union. S.'OO p. ai. Worship' 11 ft. m Evening service. 7:30.: Mid
Lakeland .
of ; 0:19
Jacksonville. Paternal Brand- two sons. Yougan and Lon- left last week after of Menzel Royal the husband 2 p. m. Training Union : Evening Service. '1A'J.. :Mid Youth Fellowship." 6 p. m Week Prayer Servlf Wedtn<" jj

parents are Mrs. Theta : nle Padgett of Clay Hill and: I spending the holidays herewith of Monday.Mrs. Laura He Is Norman and Evening "Things Worship.that 7:30.: accompany Her- B.\"LES5I! J'--. week Prayer Service. ''cUO/ p. Choir Practice Thursday 7:31: day 7:30.: -Rev. Qlena Lawn'"

Padgett of relatives.Mr. mon m. Wednesday. -Tt.oy John hon pastor
Beach
Bobby
Sweat of Pompano I grandson brother-n-law of Edward salvntlon." I BAPTIST CIIIV.CH; P. m.
and Fred Neese. Sr. of Val- Maxvllle. i i and Mrs. Arthur Carter son. pastor.
and Mrs. Edward 6:31
Norman. Mr. Monday -RA meetim : Sunday School 10 n. irMorning CALVARYSonday B.\PT131'
and Mrand
Miss Sandy Gordon of of Jacksonville KINCiSLEY LAKE
GaMaternal grand
i dosta. Norman and Mr. and Bible Survey ,I SIMYIfNh.: MISSIONAUrBAITIST
Choir. \
m. Youth Worship u a. in School 10.-+
p. :
parents are Mr and Mr-:. Jacksonville! was a recent I I Mrs. Doss Higginbotham; BAPTIST CIICRCUSunday
Mrs. Herbert Norman attended Cliss. 7 p. m Training Union. 6 p. m. ciirncii Worship 11 a. m..
Melvin Padse.t ol i.ere r.est of her grandparents. spent the New Year weekend;t, / !School 10 a. mMorntngr Morning
I Mr. and Mrs. Tarold Stubbs. I I' In Ham;>ton. Ark. with Mr. his funeral Wednes Tuesday Intermediate I Evening Service 7 p. m 1133 W. Pratt St. Sun,i.aj Worsnlp. 11 a. m Training Union. 0:30 1'. JIll!
DEATHS OA. Sunbeams 3:30 p. in Everyona- welcome. -Rev. M services banday School 10 a ':38. Pr&1et1
Stricklandind : Evening Service :
and Mrs. James day.Mr. Training Union. 8:30: p. m
Lucas I Iu I
I Otis Padgett:! 59. of Mld-! Mr. andi Mrs.[ Joseph and Mrs. Harry Edwards OA. 430. Mede+ TrainIng -
family. Junior : David roll pastor.ASSKMBLY m. Preaching 11 a. m. Evening WorsJiJp 7:30.:: Prayer Meeting, Wednemtoy. 7:10 V-

.-,I Harley Thomas returned to of Gainesville were Wednesday Bible Surve; I OF WDHIWAY Union, 6:15: p. m. EvenlixiWorship. f Meeting Wednesday 7:30Rev. : m. -Rev. R. H. Bubler pastoi;;

his base in Ft. Benning Oa. visiting; Mr. and Mrs. Q. L CII9:30! : a. m. TU OffloenConference. > 7 p. m. Everyo, Jim Rigdon pastor.
Sunday afternoon also 8 Church CMA1-EI!: Wi* AIRPARK BAPTIST
Serving Florida after spending the holidays Sapp p. m. I welcome. Elder T. C. t

Since: 1950 here with his wife Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hess Business Meeting\ 7 p. m I Weldon St. and R tforRoad. < llama, paston BOATDRAIN, BAPTIST Sunday School. I :U.. ttt

Thomas .and other relatives. Church Choir Practice. 8 p. Sunday School, 10 a.ra Sunday School 10 a. m Morning Worship. 11 .. nu

Peggy Mr./ and Mrs. Avory Slnjennrt :! Those on our sick list this m. I Mornlagr Worantp! 11 a. m LAURA BAPTIS1 1 Morning Worship 11 a. m Evening Service. 730 p. at

daughters visited Sundiv week are Mrs. Ellery Sapp Friday Primary ChoL Evening Service 7 p. m Sunday School 9:49: a m. Training Union 6:30: p. m Prayer Meeting. Wedn.-dlU\\

........, ...... -- ,... afternoon In Hampton with Mrs. O. L. Sapp little Jean- Practice 3:30.W. : Tuesday Prayer Meeting. Morning Worship 11 n. m.. Evening Worship. 7:30.: Prayer 7:30: p. m. TrainingUmorJ..
nle who has measles. Hoiran. pastor Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m.. Meeting. Wednesday. 7-30
Mrs. W. M. Slacle. Mrs. Jessie Sapp A. 7:30 p. m. Thursday Youns Friday 7:30: p. m. -ReK. E. L;.
Mrs.\ Carolyn Cordially Willis and family and Mrs. and Bud Alvarez little Donna People's Meeting 7:30: p. m Prayer Merlins, Wednesday.7SO ,>. m. -Rev R. E. Beigstrom.iMtor. / Orlffla. pastor.

Eaves J V. Slade. Newmans and Wallace CllfRCH: OP CHRIST Pastor Leroy Llgl1 ey.I : p. m.-Rev. Luther Mc- IS .

Sola no. We wish all of them Oee. pastor.BROOKER. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCB
Representative Welcomes Arnold Harper of Jackson Sunday: Bible Study 10 a, LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST r? INK LEVEL MAFTIST
.
recoveries.Mr. I
ville and Gene Johnson spent fast m.: Morning Worship and BAPTIST Sunday School: lo .. m [Highway 100 ai ThereMM ;
Ph. 961-1211 and Mrs. James Smith. CHCRCH
Yon and Your New Year weekend\ hunting Communion Service 11 am. I .. \iftirnlnn Worship. 11 a. IP Sunday School 10 a. mi.
10 m.
Sunday School
122 N. Hay St. and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Eng .
to Your Inverness School lOa. m.: Morning Worship 11 .
Family at Bronson and of were dinner Evening services 6:30.: Sunday Morning Worship 11 a. m.'I >. f-Servlces [Booster Banufo
lish Cross City
Star 8 New Horn Hunting Reserve. Morning Woi-shlp 11 a. m.'' I < iruB People ard Pray m.
and Mrs. P.O. Wednesday Worship service Training Union 6:30: p. in
ol Mr.
i Franklin Higglnbotham of guests Evening Worship 8 p. m.;:'I 1St"v tee 1, 6 p. m. EvenlnMWarship. I' Training; Un.tDn8::3" >.
Smith Saturday. Other 7 7 p. m. Minister Jack P. Evening Worship. 7:30.: Pray "
St. Petersburg spent Friday Bell. Prayer Meeting. Wed nt"sclay MeetingWednesday.. 7:30.: 7 p. m. Midweek m.
The State of Florida to Sunday:! here with his guests Saturday mere Mr.and 8 p. m.= Sing each Friday a> J er Se.n/loe. Wednesday. 7:30 p Evening Worship 7li-

ent'. Mr. and Mrs Doss par-I Mi's. Martin Monitor Mil Sr.of HAYI.FHS"' IIKJIIWAYIIAPT1ST (I 8 p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane,, DEUAN BAPTrw-r tls-olr.e..1. t' n....-Rev. D. I. Ramsey pasot. I m.

It Is Oar Desire To Make Yon Feel Welcome and Iln both am. ton Keystone Mosher Heights and children and of ('IH'ltrilSunduy pastor. l Sundahool., tq tv. m. :. Wednesday Night Pra7 "rAn

To Acquaint You A'lth Your City.If I Sunday afternoon visitors Waldo. School 10 a. m.

I of :Mr. and Mrs. Doss Hlgpinbotham Mr. and Mrs. Bill Oriham Morning \Vor hip, 11 a.m.

you are new In the area a phone were Mr. and and daughter. Miss Lewanda Tmlnlnff Union, 6 p.m. Evening I

Mr!!. George Johnson and. Graham of Jacksonville were Service 7 p.m. Prnyei investment in Your Future

call will brine you a prompt visit Mr and Mrs. Arthur Carter i dinner guests of her sister

al! of Jprksonvllle.Mr ,' and brothpr-tn-law. Mr. and *
from local hostess.! Please Rive In tile Cuiirt of thn Conn' )"
your and Mrs. Fred Harris j! Mrs. Neta Brown Sunday.: oooom [m{] JTTJgi
,
Judge. llrutlford Ciiunl)
her a call! She has maps and many or Jn-ksonvllle were Sunday We are glad to have Danny lo'lorltla. I&VVmmm
Mrs. Lula Harris, communIty -
visitors/ of I Graves back In our .
free and wonderful gifts for yon Usory and Gad Harris.Mr after an extended visit IN PROBATE. I ,
In re: Estate of I .
j and Mrs Bob McCIung with relatives In Knoxvl Lois Kdwnixltt!: Adklrut dC'CI'Il8t.I" *......... ,
from local businesses. with the Maxvllle BapJACKSONVILLE Tenn. ;; .;-. v.VA--.X--X: : :-: >>>.'.*.v.-.lX<'CCB.jv. .
along To AU Creditors and Preso; j -&<5 Ktti* ** **K'W: ';
Mrs. Otis Crawford of PIntka -
Having Clulnvs or Demands .
-- --._- -- her
--- _- --, T was visiting par-
:=r: == ,
A'{a lust Said Estate:
ents. Mr. and Mrs. C. C.

Crosby Monday. hereby Y' n notifUii and each and of you requlr are The Knowledge of the Lord

BOSKS DIRECTORY Mrs. Rueben Lewis of to present any claims and dl'.
Ctescent Oa. Is visiting her elthol I I '
mands which you or i
U. Mr. and Mrs. W. C.WIlI'd. .
pi ven. you, may hnve agtilnst the flaoflftftufc 1,11. Tor Ifte earth irtaH. ,ftc, filltd,with tht hnouicd} o// die gFoya .

MOTORS ;iPHOTOGRAPHERANTIQCK estate of LOIS EDWARDS .
ANTIQUES ELECTRIC and Mrs. Dave Med -
Rev. "
ADK1NS. deceased lute of / I/it/ lord, as ibe tvaftrt/ cover tin MO.

8 Peavy Brother J BAR NET T S Iras and to daughter business wne in Jacksonville pUndlng -- r.nld County to the County

Bought Furniture SoldAppratsad-China Glass Electric Co. Commercial and Portrait I Saturday. Florida Judge of at Brndfard hl.s office Count In tlcourt The Church is chosen of(Sod to spread ihe guod newt' Jliat God; ha* .a ptan to redeem' men

Mr.! and:! Mrs. Gordon the vicarious sacrifice of Jesus Christ our lord.
Silver-Bras* Ol) Pointing WLECTUIC :MOTORS Photography 1 house of said County at and reconcile them unto Himself through

One Piece or u llmiHe Full Bold--Serviced.-Repaired Frann-H.. & Custom Fnimii193ft I were Jones vlstlng and daughter their son-ln-le Darler Starke calendar, Florida months( within from toe.Ix] The Church will be so successful in spreading this glorious knowledge, HI the world that

Ina Ward Antiques Generators Alteratlims tarter* Itlvd. and daughter. Mr. and Mi time of the first publlcatlc God says the earth will be as fun of it as the water &that fit] the ocean. Attend church and m s*
Iliandlnir I
.1572 *.t. Johns' Ave. Charles Cribbs and son InI of thin notice. Ka<'h claim i(II'
Armature Hewiradlni Jacksonville 381-1481 Gainesville Sunday. become: a part of this great': undertaking.
I
Jacksonville 387-1379 Ave. and shall state the place i or
4044< Lenox
Call Collert 3R7-2528!\ Mrind Mrs. Charles New- demand 'shall be In W1'Itll1J.[
Jacksonville PIANOS OKfiANS mans and::! sons were vlsting and post office aiirexa '.. -
I residence .v....4....*. .v.--.r.---.v.-.v.v.v..
j his parents Mr. and Mrs. of the claimant an..t

, Appliances Furniture FLOOR( COVERING |I Appliances S: Color I TV Lois Newmans Sunday afte'- I shall be sworn to by the ckiln I

Du-Ra Brand Inc. 1; i i Stereo Magnavox: I noon. ant, his agent or his attorne, "
Looking for Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones mil any nuch cia Il\t or dl'lT1nnd l :
Zenith Motorola were hosts at a barben I II
Save on Quality better carpett not so filed /Klull; be void.
thicken supper honoring( Mr /A. Z. AdJclns< Jr.
Furniture & Appliances General 1 Electric II
visit mi. .'nnes' mother. Mrs. Eiwn' A. Z. ADKINB JR.
Philco and RCA @'U/ I OM A Good O_l At- Norman and stster-ln-lm A.t executor of the last Wl ,
I TV Washers Refrigerators i Mrs. Ruth Norman on thell' and Testament of Lois Ed .
:Magic: Chef RangpH 914: HOGAN. downtown ,
birthdays Saturday nlsht.
i I I1) wards Adktns deceased.
'. We Buy ana sell Used Units F. O. MILLER W.. 0 II I First publication December

5.VJI: 1 Itlumlinic. Hlvit.Jax I HEARING All I ::.: =
22 I960.
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1'715113'I I Tfcr Hm 4 ftw. PIMM. Slur* I... ("/\"| OF THANKS
12|: 22 4t 111It
Kor BeHt In Hoarinp. SeeSONOTON -- I .....,k..mtAUT > We are sincere! ICI'ntef1l1; ,

() FOREIGN E to lends and nflahbnrs fntrwlr The Court of the Count I

OF ,\CKSO.\V1LI K"The : HEWING CENTER manv kind acts of sym .Jlld&,". In and .l-'or. ItnulforiHinly II
Westside Foreign I D9''hy' durlnn ou- sn-1 bereavement. I
I Strongest{ and Smallest l lI Ilorlihun .. I

Car Service Hearing; AH In the World- i H. & N. Our aonreclatloi TC: Estate of ,'
(''''1 not '"e P''ll\tplv' expressed. Arthur Dale DefeaHedl. ., "., ,.. :... .
I Only ( ... Hearing Aid :Mmlc, CENTER .' :-- -... I
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SE'1.7ING The family of E 11' .. .
E.
1 Trained mechanics for every 22 \\'edIonr.: .>* NOTICE OP FILINO TK : ., -# i
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I service Job on all makes!! of JarJiSonvtUe :853-1463: I 600 S I nNer Touch & Se'' f'ltrl"klan1. Sr. TITIaN FOR FINAL. DISCHARGE ... -> -

Foreign & Sports Cars! i does. fancy stltc-heH! muno. I OF ADMINISTRA:

I :MOIMI.K: HOMES: :: grams cordhnu; etc. Easily "'1'.1 ".. 1'\1..1"', : '"'.." PRIX ;.::;.:;.:;::;.;;::;.:.;;;.;;;;:.;;:;:::;;.;.;.;.;;;.:;;.::::;.::::;.;.;:;,;,;;;:;:;,;.;.;.;,;.;.;.;.;:;.::;;; :;:;:;:;.;:;;;:;:;:::;:;.;.;::.;:;?;!;:;:;.;:;: ;:;:;.;::::: :::::;:::;::;::;:;;;;;';';';':';';':';';:;'::':I
PARTS FOR ALL IU.I"'I'II TO ALL WHOM: IT MAY -
for KKIITIIIIHM :
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I I operated NEW 4360 > MNo.tli CO CERN: I tj:: 1ht Chunk b God"i oppolot."PKY h Iklt mrid.bf"ifnoAif" "DM'" ImrMp"(Kh Ivwhi \\ T7It t: ili, .

2130 Blandinr!, Jacksonville [, BUTTS cash $129 or $7 per mo. the I.. hnr.l.y Irl\| '.>n thn,," Notice Is hereby Klven; that I :.:.: mon ond ol Hh dtmomf..lot' mm(.mfoirf to. *ol 10..b;btlni" Mt Miihbol.WlllwwtIhH :.:::' .

__i_ ____ MOBILE HOMES I Tel. Jax 771-1850 or come provlxIfiiiH. lI"d..rMllrn. ,,f fh"1un""r,,i>tpr 20.t Ih.:' 1 have filed my final returni ; :;:;:;: lioumfinl, !. Iho .ln. W M, Ml foornmtnl of .witty. or ..r ol IHt will "lonfpiioMio J:; : : :

Auto Salea & Service In. l...iT" "f Hturlll| ta. Aot. at IM4I as' administratrix of the en- ::;:: ond UK"" Iwodwni. .tiKll. M koM w dnf .ill ioovilabli....1....Ihoiolon,IVMkom :. fL:: -
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The Souths Best Buys Here \ 6106 103rd St. 'the (riiiri.ter"Ir..lt. Court with In the ri and. Ph 'or" tate of Arthur Dnle decenscd; ::: .. utflill M..H .! iM, MO ikoiiM.. ..,port .lt.. Olwib l. "Iko" toko.. eI) "It"* nlhmol !;:.!j ".::: :

LAND I Free Delivery Brartfw.1, enont, ,... Plorldii. ,inr.tl hat I have filed!: my petltto-'I :;:;: hintMtl' on4. bif ,...iIy. Bcrmrf ttiol hevovor, ovity ptrioo. ihowM, "uehold"" ...ond.. pa#> ; f.1: -

Bank Financing. "; SEWING: MACHINES'I : II.."rirelpi.or thin of nntl.-i.?,?,*. the nf pi.hll-" ". tor final cIlHcruirRC. and that 1 I ::::: Ikiooli 'la !tbo Ownk b..ouH. H ,tolh Hio tratk atul HIM i Mi, dtotb... ond.. tnllny; Ik* 'tU n.I I ::
rictltJim '
ROVE R "Brat. For L*.. ... ..... MN ..du" eI W. ::
n..miof H4f inninm To.. will apply to tol Honorable! ::::: fcu* .Mi il io WI III Ie .
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Finest hi Seriously interested in Mobil!* I SINGER AVT. ZIGZAG .',-. unil, r whlfh we ur'('' :::;: ..... c... ... ... ... .... f & mmjy.yssMM ::
The World's ''home? Call collect Jax 388- i-nxHfvil in |h..ol".oo. | al P. U "heron A. Vaw,County Jud'jc x:;;:::x:::::::::::::::;:':.SV:::*"* '*'***'*"***'"*''"*yssA*****:1' *<'*M**::****'*:*:.4'1'.& *xtt&Ktey.xm*****;:;::::: :::;*: :>;:; *;;;::::;;:;; :;;;:::::::::;: ;:k:; ';:; :::;:; ;: ::I;
4 Wheel DrivesSolii I Like New In 4 Dr. Cablne Ho* I l.-il, Htarko. Kl.rl1" of Bradford County. Florida
1253 for model prices & termsI '
P. ,,
Bry..n. p. o. B
and Serviced by j $300 on January I8th 1907 for aoroval -
I I' 6017 Roosevelt Blvd. JaxiMOItILK Sold New over I stnrkH. and riarren .

irfft\'IlotxnrtV\ Cove Chevrolet Spring. / 3033 I I RaL $73 or $5.00 Per Mvnl .luhnM.. noli HI.* nwnerii.Ixited I I.. Hox. 33. starkoPIH. rLnlld diitchnrge of the an imtne admlnUtrarlx ana:! '01- These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsor

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JarkMinvIll. 204-91100 i : HOMES: : I'SKU" ) (deal Sewing Center; .. A I II.Ihli, at Glh Mtmkn..day of iirnilfonuunty Junury ,- of the estate of Art!'>m! ;

"'Iurld.... Date deceased. Lawson Meat Market
Parrish Motors J. & J. Swap Shop ALL MAKES 1:5; H 1,29In December 20th. 1966. I STARKE BUILDERS Rosier Monument Co.

USEO TKAILKRS: The CuUKtr ""d.,,'. r.vrl"iHrt'on"1 .. /s./ Clara Dale I SUPPLIES, Inc. AND COLD STORAGE

IIAI! i Campers from 8' 20' New and Used Machine* 4 OM"". Ifl..... oiirB'a'of C LARA DALE. AdministratrixP I Iof Featuring. Arit HitrilwarnCornplrtn A Mnnumrnt For Every Need

Homes 32' 55' P the Estate of Arthur Dale, flM! rlitll/A, In Ountom "a..htel'oa"tl '
SHKVICK Mobile 843 Ca.isat' Ave. ; H' HSp<"'k"' d.' I'ulnt !SIIPI.II"'e
:r.-5 Trades BanK Financing I Jackionvlllo 389-S071 decea od. Sport Inn OmxUrllKCK MVKBLR, GRANITBAlua Inf. Cutting Wrapping-
PARTS 21 Orange Park Tlip.. Htm ,,t .'101'1<1... TII. Al THOMAS' ie PIERCE WITH tllt FIRST"!' .
Ilfwy. I P..r..on. Inl.TBBl.d |In thB EnatB !: Prepared For l>*epPI10NK F.-
I Tel. 261-6331 : ..r Hiihl II--.d...!!!: WNorth Temple Ave \ UiMhuixton St. IHH-4201 Mmwoleunu
33 Tear Aa A Dealer I TRACK) SERVICE Y
Always Coed Used Cam MOTORCYCLESWESTSIDE a ..written in '.he hmtrunieiit the" I.aHt111 piirpnrln and- 2-23: 4t 1-12 Co. 411 W. Madlfton Stark --

ron Laura (IJa.ckAoavUII' RAY'S Pentament. of .ald .|ec.lil Bradford Abstract
8B8-5634 h'18' 'hnen ailniltlol to probutuwi -- Ph. 9(10-134( : I j II..nw 782-SHItO
Phono HONDAMOTOWrVCLES TRACK SERVICE In lil Court STREET r.n. Ijttj! .
I .. .1 158V.. CALL
You am. hurt-by. cummiin J....l.lithin .n Tb" Court III The ... < r
ServtciWelding .. mx fiiiciiiiiir, ni'iMihiiKim ....dlr". Rrmiruril. rnimlr. .'I"r.l Ph. 964-6881/ Starke Fla. \
Portable Track PrfM MIL' iliOe. f>r thi rirat' .,nhi M!,! In l>rohnte.i '
Volkswagen I nc. ALL MODELS\ !! | -.' |">it ..r thin nOI..It .. to apeMi In i ?r..: Katiito ..t H K. Syarka.ereaaed. DeWITT C. JONES OF STARKE INC.
Merchant! Oreen Stnmrw .. In nultl. "f'niirl nnil uliow t> I &
7 P.M. Csed Bulldozers A Crawler .mine. ir any you ran. why the Ti All Cri'dlt.om nnd t'rrminmavinac Edwards Grocery U.S. 301 NORTH
AUTHORIZED DEALER Open 8 A.M. a.llnll. <>.r milil fourt In ,uilmltln ciiiima, Or Demand'vulrmt FUNERAL HOMES
TuesWed.:!., Thuvs.. Fr). oal.1 l Will tn 1 pi.lmeihonUI A Hula i:tnte..: Mkt.
Sat. 8 A.M. 6 P.M. "We'll Keep 'em Rolllnc": not atand unrevnkvd.Therou V,m and cax-h of yon are Ph. 969-3801 Startt, Fla.
Part Open flH.H.: ) en-lk\r notlflc-d, and reoulr. "tfi
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fialeaSepvlca Closed Sunday & Monday 7287 W. Bearer A. YRwn. County'iMlife. to i proKpnt. any u la him .and .ileiinilii Groceries'-Meats: -Feeds Stark Ph 961-2600

Body Shop I MOTORS & CYCLES I Jacksonville 388-4,..31 ... HrHdrord I'ounty. Klnrt whlr-h yon, or Dither 0'YUII. Oas & Oil
liiivo aicalnat the
mav "0.t"I"
I 4949 Blandlnz Blvd.Jarkonvllle Ktrnt publication" on I>.cemer of H. K: HparkH B a.m.-8 p.m. 771-8244 .. 2'J. IHfii '
Open : Il\t. if Nitld County to the
5 Sat.-Closed Sunday I WESTERN STORE UIU 4t. iisVotlce ('>untr .Inilico. ,.r Bradford Agency
p.m. (l Service
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(Dllnly. Flnrlila, at hl nrriirrhit
1130 LANK AVE. SOUTH I :MIJhlL. DUDE .U I.I..I.I. : ( "'ll""I'r.ot. In court hoiiMe. of nalilMinty I Ph. 473317SSinclair .
LITTLE
Phone Jackaonvlll 884-3441 I '" ,"' ., (' at Ktartke.. Florida wlthfllT I PROMPT 131 9. Walnut Ph. 9 4t201GRNERAt
that In f-alendar; montha rri>m CALL ROY FOR
I I I.l herohy Klven : OfSntAXCBNobmly
Paulus Music Co. Western Store"Where "lie umliritlvn tinder throvlHlon th" time of thw rimt vuhlU'HIlontl SERVICE
or Chautor. 2ff.!>S3 0' >ln noli.-... Rach claim or DMt Xobojy. UnderMU*
_CAMPERSCribbs Band ft String Instrument Youll Find Everything I.R w" or Fln.lt.'a, of I 11)41.) imanil ahull' boa In wrltlna.i 920 Thomas SUv Starke Refining Co.W. Charley. R. John Ajen :y
Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers ...ill rn. lHCKr with th. f'lerk i*r an.1 i pliHll .ial, the' nlnre. H'I I 9618981BRADFORD _
Campers For the Horse Ih.- 'circuit. Court. in nnd f<>tiriuirnril r".I."r.. and i>n..1 ufflrn. ad-. Phone 1
School Supplies-Instruction Enthusiast" CCIIIIIKriorlilu, null "r"M. i>f thn .....Iman'. an"l nhul'worn I. ThonuM. INiitrlbiitoFGASOLINES
.. nf .r..r of pulill* he to by tinilalm", '
Recorders riM-t-lpt 1 *
Roberta |
-ROt. rt Western Clothln _LeaUvergoods. .'ulinn, or! Hi In nolle.thn. riotliiii hi..i* ..-.."" 1..1'' attorney ,..,,,1any MOTEL _KKKOSENR: Hurst Shell Service
OnnvertlblMShasta 4 Muitc Llbwiry-Exp Saddles and Trailer .> n*.me of Krmii'ii: lieuutyhop. ui-h diilm nr r1mand ii"iflltd
Skarnpar Repair Department I unflt whli-h I nmn- ..) aiiiill be v.ld. Fuel Oil and Grmue*
HURST
Trailers St. avr-il In builnen* at 442F: [villa. W. Mparlti, A !StTPKRIOR MOTEL CARL,
41 W. Monroe I Charles Se Sharon Petty tltark. Plana, Htarke, Kinfleome An Kxerutrlx I i>f the !I..ix'. America'* Moat :Hoapltabla, Motels 603 ".".-,. StarkaFlu
Walnut,
Trade* Bank Financing Jack.ony. le 3.15-8447: I Smith. 442F*. Stark! 'VIII and Ti .tntnnt of M. Birkt. Air Conditioned Free TV Hwy. 301 &: 100 Ph.' 9644111Bn.DFOnD
S319 Beach imd.Jackaonvnia 903: So. Edgewood Are. 1'1...... Htarkt, Via., >ol* owner.I 8P> d"ceaaed.
6408 San Juan Ave. Jacksonville 384-1210 mtcd I thin 90th diiy of LMcin ""mt put>livaMi.>n Dec, anHl and Coffee 961-3661 .
JackaonviUe 388-9343 308-3091 : .", her. .\. I>. 1966 at Hurk, U88. I I 1737 N. SOl Ph. 961-3471 :
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Domicialiary |

Care Available II i .
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For Veterans .1r----- _ __ _
I, SAYE _
I Domiciliary care 1 Is aVllllJ qT
J able for eligible veterans or
/ the Spanish American War,
World Wars I anj II,, the
Korean conflict and certain
peacetime veterans accol'dI'
inK to M T. Dixon of the
Florida Department of Vet-
er-ns Aflans
In order to qua.1.Y, vefi )
ans with war service must ,
have disabilities tint Incap-
acitate them from earning a
IHlnn. but not so severe as to "I ,,
require hospita'l/at'on' Veterans -,
whose disabilities are ,
J 6Ilu.
I execute not service an connected affidavit of must Inability ,", ;''f r !.Ie.. f," (.',,' ,:,.j'ojl; 1fad ,, -. ,. rr '
: to pay for their care
Veterans with peacetime
service only muM t be ;re'-'
No 303 Can THRIFTY MAID
I manentlv disabled: mllthave
been discharged for n J fOLGER'S jA' SHORTENiNG 3artleft Pears 4i.i
/
disability IneuiiM' In line of A .
duty or receiving compen-n-, t
ton for i a se-vice-Imnr'i"d I < i J' t '<.g; >..lor J $1 I No ": Con LIBBY HALVES &

Medal service Ity 01' of have- Honor aggravated been. and iiw.i'' )imi disabil-'i rI :no i i rni: FEE n + rcrn Sliced:Peaches 41.N / .

adequate mans of'IPI'' p'' .
< Can MAID CRUSHED &
The applicant must "iKo be
Incapacitated from r.;>lIIl.1J: a
living and meet, other requlipmer.. f i idcnry r p 1-LB. CAN 7 3-lB. CAN
In a domlcll m< I 46 ''I Can THRIFTY MAID

Florida The only I Is locator:rJomicilin! ,t BsJ'lnes. "V1i Fruit 41.Reg
Drinks
/
.. ..nnSt.... ,. FV'njl "> y E .
'i I h. full r iliclucllll)
medical treatment 4 i $1 I 46-0 Can LIBBYPineapple

care ve'eran Application;;may it be anv 101 County made.'" 'b%'Service 'the- : IttI Juice 4/5/ 1.

Office. Veterans" should No 103 Can THRIFTY MAID
be sent taken to the
)not or _
ml.llaiv until prior approval LIMIT ONE COFFCI-Of 'OUR :HOICi' WITH LIMIT ONE SHORTENING OF 'OU) HOICt WITH
for his admission has +F $3 00 OR MORE ORDER 3 S 00 OR MORE RDER Lima. Beans 5/1./ 1
bet'll lecelved! !
i _ _ _ Nc .103 ran THRll-TY' MAID BLUE LAKE CUT

STANDARD : SOUTHERN r : rnr Green Beans 6// .

x BISCUIT ': Regular 49e<< 2-lb CRACKIN' GOOD
;It :1\\, ...,
To .g.ftes '" .f1. '' ,. Fig Bars . 39,

iJ IIfJJJ: FLOUR'I Regular 49
Preserves 39,
CharleyJohns No. 303 CAN .

5-LB. BAG S W'\galas 23r<< V. .2'sArrow
E. ,
:' Tissue .19;

4F." 1Ytr A 4.., galas 27e<< V4 Cons VAN CAMPS

01 w4 t r ,, ? ,

About this question: -' H Sausage 3/69/

"Auto Insurance rates are i
!ware! cheap here in MOIKI.. ._ .l
-much lower than in my LIMIT 4 CANS PilASt pi Detergent 39;
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home state. Can: 1 buy in; I i
insurance here in Floridi.
-say from the Charley E.

Johns Agency -the e\-jn time lliof Jumbo SizeSUNNYLAND Gerber or Beechnut STRAINED SUPERBRAND Groed 'A' Fresh All White Florida
live most of

outside'. Charley of Florida E. Johns" SCOTT 4V: BABY i $ LARGE 't $


Agency for h; doz
131 S. Walnut St.
rilOMK=" !ytTl-0201
TOWELS FOOD EGGS
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STARKEBUSINESS
SHANK WHOLE arHALF
FRESHEST PRODUCE
HALF BUTT .


DIRECTORYAUTO REPAIRS SLbM. Yr r I "I"L 7.'\ 1\ L\\ LARGE LETTUCE FRESH HEADS 2 FOR 291




Earl's KINDS GarageALL UKAUTO 4 Lb i 0 \ \ ) I/ FLORIDA VINE-RIPENED 2 ]ba.
I
RtFAIKVORK: .. ..... {, : J.// \
AU Work r. d

So.Phone VValnui 909-2964, "'.....
U S CHOICE W 0 BRAND BEEF '

.AUTO SERVICE_ __ __ SWEET JUICY EMPEROR Quores FILMAR FRESH PURE 'CHILLED
Gilbert S. Brown (HUett STEAK LB 58; f
e .
Standard Oil service Station! Grapes 2 LBS. 39; OrangeJ ce3/1./
ATLAS Uc.'Wc''ANDEWRVER''' i WO"ANI"C""CEGROUN'i

Bud TIRES,e.Phone Terms. & 964-7071 BATTERIES-Road Service ROAST LB. 98; R 0 UN D lB. 88 ff LARGE CRISP STALKS Bag MciNTOSHU

4rt7 N T mxlo' CM rV .- .

HURST'S SIIE7.L l HOICt W-D BRAND LEAN ALL MEAT'i CHOICE W O BRAND BEEF SHORT Celery 21/js&a"*a>y*t Apples 4 BAG LB. 49;

Service Station STEW LB. 78; RIBS LB. 48;

Can Oils LubrlcU..nGood'elU' 9 9
Tires "A Batteries. U S CHOK.r BEEF PLATE W.O BRAI Ji I AMILY' PACK GROUND

301 ROAD and inn SERVICE- Slark { 'TEAR! *% $ 99 FROZEN FOOD

DRAG LINE WORK S LBS. 87 t BEEF 5 IBS. 1 APPLE, CHERRY, PEACH COCONUTMORTON


UNDERWATERWEED) CUTTING:> FRU T PS A EACH 29;
.
PILLSBI''f Y SUNNYLA U) BREAKFASTCINNAMON
? ALL TYPES Regular 4// $1 I lib Pkg ASTIR FROZEN TRENCH' I PEq ASTOR'
Drag Un> Work ROLLS 190 LINK SAUSAGE . 690
J. GAKDNFIt '_,'ACKIN GOOD SWEETMILK OR BUTTfcRMILY 10 count bur Pkg 29c 10n, Pkg 45< I lib Pkg Potatoes i Cauliflower.,<< 41.16ox
Phone 964-0074 Fry 5/1./
/
METAT WORK CANNED BISCUITS 6/55 TARNOW BOLOGNA 590 . .
OLD FASHION GR OEIt' QU'CK' FROZEN TURKEY Pkg. WHOLE FRESH FROZEN" ) .17 "N1 i ASTOR SPEARS
THOMPSONSheet a DAISY' CHEESE tb. 750 DRUMSTICKS lb. 390
Metal WorksAll '4-07 Cup PALVE I O FARMS FRO2ENPERCH Strawberries 3/1./ Broccoli : 4/1./ 1

PIMENTO CHEESE 690 FILLETS 3 IBs. $1. ,
MeU'\ Work- $.Ib. Pkg. PAN-REDI? '{c ,7 Pk"< ASTOR FORDHOOK OR
Types I W D FROZEN
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Heat Systems& Air Installed Conrl. I PORK'PSAUSAGE. 490 c"un STEAKS $1.99 ,Breaded Shrimp! 2'Ana Beans 41./

Rd. 16 E. Ph. 969.1021'| '|




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