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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 19, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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anonymous' phone threat compromise engineering

(caused/. bomb hOAx at Bradford contract him teen negotiated Asked For Timberlands .

High School last Thursday between the Starke City Council .

putting the 1,300 students t t and Reynolds, Smitn, and
and faculty In a turmoil for Hllla retained for many yours

more than an hour. 4 ?.. ; by the city. lit the Sticking by their capitalized net Income method of
Only disagreement
Contusion reigned as the call new comtract, which combined: Services FridayMayor .. valuing timberland, forestry interests this: week are taking -
came In to the switchboard,
eovcral separate contracts between a pounding rrom Bradford County Attorney TheronA.
operated by a student who the firm and the! city, Yawn in their fight against 1964 and 1965 assess-
was In. her first day at the
was a difference In the percentage -
Job, about, 11 a.m. Looking Succumbs ments.With
!back over the scare, School ., of an on-the-Job Inpector's the burden,, of proof resting on them, attor-

Supt. Tom Casey Bald Monday. nrA. salary that would be neys "of the four timber firm, Container Corp., Ray-
charged !by the firm for overhead / -
It was most logical that the onier Gilman
Paper Owens-Illinois and one private
In the new agreement,
threat was nothing more thana the engineering firm had DHk- Wed. In timber owner, Nelson Clocker, have again and again

sludnnt"But prank.JiiMt can't afford ed an increase from 25 to SurgeryRandal submitted testimony that assessment ivaluesi' for timberland -

to take you any chances with a 90 per cent. should be based on income from the land\which, in 11

"' The compromise/ percentage8gl'C..d turn is derived from the land's <-
thing ILke that, he said, add. F. Chitty 37, Mayorof productive capacity.
In ff that the threat wasn't a .. upon was 65 per cent Starke since 1901, died They concluded- their pre- ____ "
bit comical! and Rules.! Committee Chalr- srntatlon shortly after noon .
Wednesday afternoon while In higher than the SUit) allowed '
of the caller, who man Neil! Tucker recommended Wednesday
Identity surgery at Alachua General by the comptroller Wher said
nchool officials think was accept that. That meana If According to Phillip Moses, Judge Yawn, acting for the
ill and
."; Hospital He nad been ,
an Inspector's salary were $ .00
student has not an employee of the Southern
probably a confined to hospitals In county apart from his duties
been determined.One per month the city must puythl' Wood Procurement
Company as county judge, quizzed every
65 cent of Starke and Gainesville at !Intervals -
student gave this aCcount salary plus per from Lake City and who has witness about his understanding -
$SOO, or $325: additional' |per over the past two
of the scareFirst : At Last! month for overhead to the months. wide experience in the field of the term fair market
came 'a not uncommoncall of forestry Including expeil-
engineering firm. First elected Mayor In 1061 value or just value. Yawn it
over the hool'/i< / Intercom ence as a private consultant,
basing great part of thacounty's
which, goes into every classroom After two >care and mral. prnitiifu-N. rutH..ardirlill". At 90 per cent the overhead Mr. Chitty was serving tilsthird prime timberland fully stock- a case on the 1965 decision -

A calm voice asked for Kailua} crew lint week finally begun putting all railroad croHsings on $500 would be $4'50!; On successive term In of- ed !Is worth $62 per aCI'e.A handed down by the
fice. Prior to that he had
Principle Connie Clark to report In town In top slm, |>e. the old contract of 25 per cent served several on the cord of wood he explained, Florida Supremo Court in, the
overhead would have to years
come
to the office. Repair' of the crossings 'was it I pet ,.r".it'd of I\Ill'or RiriMlnl. only $123.Thus : Starke City Council. part of tsMayor e at the current price of $7.59 case of Walter vs. Schuler, a

.Nolxxty thought anything Chilly.... has kept pramum" on. the ridlroiuln for I hit |I".t> twoyean. that time as chairman. per cord capitalized us seven suit originating 11Duval
about that 'but a minute latera the new contract :al-
tense vole said 'Mr. Clark, City Council: minute- of May 18,. IH'IA'\ .Include it <>''I'Y| of. a mont triples the amount of Born In Valdosta/ Ga on per cent and grown on land County.

(Mr. Sprow or .Mr. Temple letter the major rmvlvxd, from I the railroad. ulflrlulH ..t IUigrepairs overhead the city pays K, S Nov. 8, 1929, Mayor Chitty .--. with a growth rate of .77 In that case. In essence,
cords per acre per year average the court ruled that the fair
to Starke In 1947 He
report to the office Im would begin Inunedlutely.Shown and H for on-the-Job InipacIContlnued : came Chitty
works out as $62. market value Is the pries awUl1na
mediately'. above In the work on thw JcffcrMm, Xtrcvl rrnnNlng. On Page Four] was employed by the DuPont Or lookingat It anotherway.
buyer will pay a willing
at its highland
"Well, then everybody knew which of the In town. The Company
down
way one roughest errwy |hint new a prospective timber aeUer neither being under
but Plant and was a Major In
something< was going on, rock, tamped It, spread u thick layer of asphalt' over. n li>>er of grower needing a seven per dureoa to buy or sell
we didn't know what. the Florida National Guard,
Then Mr Clark's voice came hot tar, and rolled It all out. Utility Supt. Incur l>u\in andStreet Generator Bids being assigned as Assistant Hospital Rates cent return on his Investment Yawn asked witness after J

over the intercom calling afire Supt. M. K. Hlrk* hud no c-iMnpluInt about the way the Division Ordnance Officer could not pay more than $62 witness what prime timber- .

drill. He said how well Ji'ttenun Street jol was being done. with 55th Command Headquarters per acre for land at $7.59 per land just cut over and with ..
Raised $$3An cord and \that; average growth no trees would be worth to "
we'd done on. the last one and Due Feb. 7A Jacksonville He held
that he hoped 'we'd do even Important committee assignments rate.But their firm. He then would )

better this time. On School Buildings with the Florida League employees of both Container ask the value of the same ,

"So we all went outside and call for bids on the of Municipalities, was a director Increase of $3 per day Corp and Rayonter, tract of land fully stocked ,1 1

had to stay over an hour but Starke's new 2,000 kilowattgenerator of the Starke Golf & for room and hospital serv- two of the largest land own- with 15-year-old trees --.J

they made the teachers stay has ,been Issued Country Club and a board ice at Bradford County Hospital ers In Bradford County, say The answer was Invariably "
by ...
inside and look for the bomb." Late ConstructionCosts city engineers and wllj be member o; the Btoarite- l'ad- were announced following their land &la worth less than the same-Both tracts would ,

The Incldunt was reportedto opened at the council's Fob. ford County Chamber of Com- / a meeting of the the $52 because !It Is not yet be worth $62 per acre, or near ,'

the Federal Bureau of In- 7 meeting. merer He was a member and Board of Trustees on Janu- fully stocked. It. For timber growing purposes -

vestigation. Clark an Id. An trustee of the First Baptist ary 10.The Howard Harm. land manager ) several witnesses testified -

agent. came to the school and Contractor Gordon for Friday electrical. Church and trea.+ul'er of the new rates will be effective for Container's Fernandi- land and trees are Inseparable -
about engineer Reynolds, Smith, pulp mill testified that
took down Information and Hills Starke Rotary Club February 1 and' make na Timber would be
the scare as is done in all: reported progress on his firm's Iflreturn> per growing In all stages .and the
purchase of the engine to the Surviving are his wife, Joan the following changes; : Private -
mich and vinous threats that acre In the Bradford County managerial coats on some
council He four Tenly Chitty; and three room from $22 to $25
Tuesday said
could prove serious. A bomb A 17-day penalty, totaling, $850 at $50>> per day, has firms have written requesting children. Randy Sandra per day; semi-private, from area Is $4 90 Deducting $1.50 areas would be greater.
threat Is a federal crime been charged Trieat Construction' of managerial costs allowed In Therefore, the costs are
Company Keystone pet Ificatlona of the generatorand Louise, and Karen Joan, all $19 to $22; pediatrics from
pmUsluihle ''br a prison term Heights on late completion of construction at Starke a fifth la expected to bid. of Starke; his parents, Mr $19 to $21. Certain other increases the revised tax guide writtenby averaged over a firms entire

up to 10 yours Elementary School. The city will pay for the ''and Mrs. M. P Chitty of : will also RO Into effect the Assessment Standards acreage and no figures are
The student switchboard operator Fred
Division of Comptroller
tile voice that The School Board charged engine/ in a 80.10.10 percentage! lakeland. Oa.; one brother Including charges for compiled on the value of any '{
sold was O. Dickinson's office the net
described the penalty In a special meetIng stalled was not attributed to baaU In three steps to ensure Ralph Chitty, Valdosta: anda fmexthenla. nursery and operating one specflc acre.
of a girl, who she as Income In
Just $3.40.
accent. Monday night after a the construction! firm proper operation and no mal /sister. Mrs. Betty Had.sock, room fees In questioning Nelson Blocker -
having a !mature Tho two-month delay in occupying Capitalizing! that at seven however, Yawn got an- J
functions. Final
"1JI: this the high school; ," lengthy discussion with ErnestTriest payment will Lakeland Oa. Edmondson said that. the
cent Container figures
head of the firm. Arrhl- the new wing kept not be made until the unit Is Funeral'services will be heldat rate increases were made per other response. Blocker has
(Continued On Page Four] children) in the old HUlbronn Its number one timberlands his 1,500
tect Don Morgan recommendedTriest Installed In the power plant :2 I p m. Friday !In the First necessary by withdrawal of asked for bid on I
be charged wltn :27: days, building until the lust of November has operated for several days Baptist Church with the pas- state funds from participation are worth $48.57 and should acres, blaming excessive' taws
which would have amounted and held up use of the and been checked be a.sHrowed: no higher for forcing him to make that
thoroughlllContinued tor.. Rev, W. A Hogan. of- \; In the employer share
Council Studies to 1,3.10.:; but the Board cut I Continued On Page Twol) ( On Page Four) (ConUnued On Pane Four] (Continued On Page Four Rayonler claims still lower move..
it back 10 days after determine, values. According to testimony Blocker testified that his

Sewer Protect Ing that nonie of the delay by William F. Miller timberland, based on the cap-
was not Triest's fault. the firm's land manager for italization of net Income

For Voc SchoolA The penalty was. the. major --- $100 Per Day Is Saved --- Its Florida acreage!, gross Income method In worth $45 per! acre.

problem with which the.. Board on prime timberland Is But he declined to answer

New Save $3.24 per acre per year Subtracting Tuesday when Yawn askedIf
step ahead on connecting dealt.A five-day penalty ass also' Steps 19 % On School Food. managerial costs and he would sell It for that.

city sewer linen for the School charged Trlest for late l completion rnpltallzatlng at seven yet cent Judge l John A. H Murphroo
oArd's proposed vocatlonaltorbnlrnl : I- of the AmlerHon Junior Miller! Halt:! Rayonler's land Is refused Yawn's request to direct -

school seas made High building at Law-try A 'elltruII7.Pfl I price list and then a different price' fort.he hid. practice was put Into effect In the emutitv. Riilnivl' fino on worth $24.86 per acre. Blocker to answer, sayIng. -

Tuesday night by the City It Is the third penalty pnarged bids ')1a three month basis same Item at another cafe Ui Indebtedness last month. The figure Is less Clan $62 "I don't know that I
Council on recommendation of has made the iliffereiv" in teria. When new, bids were Baked because managerial corts' are
to date by the Board In Its "It's nearly unbelievable l. but can't draw Inferences: from
its engineers. $1.2 million construction pro- charging: elementary students. In effect it gives the! county's In December for the first quarter we've octiiallv; been able to his refusal." Blocker'H land
Survey work on the site gram. :SO: cents instead of 35 rents lunc'h program. a rentral- of 1967 prices dipped<.t an- keep our heads above water was assessed at a total of
the old< Conway Airport will for. school lunchCM l7od purchasing system except other two per cent. said
The Starke Elementary; proJect Casey He appeared greatly Land Use MapAuthorized $118.900 in 1965 or an average -
begin Mayday In an effort to of four classrooms at a Costa are expected to be that each separate lunch By the end of the year Casey encouraged even though he of $89 per acre.

get the lines in the ground contract price of $93,172 was cut by thousands over the room manager still buys her expects all eight lunch rooms acid "You'd better not think "Would you sell for that"

before construction Begins In due complete September :2 2S school year. own food. But she purchasesIt to bo In the black. Only three for one minute It hasn't been By Judge Yawn asked meaning
Continued[ On Page Four! making Trlest a total of r.7 The School Board IIIIIt summer from the central lint at thr are In the red now and they a mountain of work compilingthat "' -

days late. But delays In getting approved a (lve....-nt.. hikein same prIce' that any other are. gaining each month ho prtxo. (11IIt.." It /shows the Zoning Group $89"More' per acre than, that would' bea

City of Starke power to /,I school lunches, but there was lunch room supervisor.Food states The Lawtey Junior wholesaler, brand name, and speculative value," Blocker
COFFEEDAY the new wing and a boiler In- "so much gripping" accordingto prices, except meats High cafeteria operated In the' price of each Item purchasedby Preparation of a land use said'"That's
Supt. Tom Casey that whU-h are bid separately, went black last month for the frat' the lunch rooms authorized by "
asked <
what I
was not
Hom'ahlng had to be done. So down 17 per cent, Supt Casey time Ire years", and the Bradford Cafeterias operating in the Bdforc's map Zonlnij.Coiiimltteelast the
lust October school lunches for said, the first time the new High lunch room, largest' red have been .nemlma of the > to be Yawn returned, pulling
Friday, Jan. 20 Truck! Flips elementary students were cutback school lunch for Thursday night question a second time.
program years
"
basle for drawing a Blocker
All Coffee to 30 cents and Casey one that almost everybodyhad used as a T presume I would -
With went to work. county zoning ordinance. answered.A .
EightA matter of
ReceiptsGo as a
Instead of letting bids groery accepted Such a map, which will be minute later Yawn again
course.
To bids bnrlfi. completed before the group'snext quelrled:
on a yearly
<
.
Tha new la patterned
March of Dimes blowout flipped a pick- Casey. began In October asking after program one In operationIn meeting, will show the "Would you sell (for!; $118-
At The Following up truck onto the shoulder the land In the countyIs ?
bids every three month' And Alachu.i County Casey suys, way 900 .p
of SR-225 east of Liley In being used! according above the
1'l.ices: : Instead of giving shield 1 commodities except that Alitchiu compiles presently "It would be
Clay County Friday night to the low bidder he anew price list and takes bidson to Chairman George value to me-yes," Blocker
Andrews Drugs sending:: three of elgnr Negro find the School Board picked food Items l every two Roberts. Once present use is answered.

Jack's Restaurant passengers to the hospital. three companies that were low month determined the committeecan Judge' Yawn who boqan: his

II & G Truck Stop Three ambulances were nn more tleim than tae other Bradford's lunch room pro- begin setting up different defensive! presentation Wednesday -
called to the scene And the catagorles for the zoning had continuously -
Mitchell's Drug Store companies gram has been Mod to a ,treat afternoon,
Koch's Drug Store three rushed to the University la that way competition U extent, also Casey said, by ordinance.The since the start of the
of Florida Medical Center 10-man committee was the tax
InnLee's stiffened by companies tryingfor ( purchasing some Items mostly hearings questioned
Holiday but none of the Injuries the low bid four times! a LL .' canned vegetables from Florida appointed recently by the assessor's guide used by the
Restaurant proved too serious Listed In"satisCactory" year Instead of once and com- f / Division of Corrections. County Commission to draw timber firms In valuing their

and Drhe-In condition Sat- panies that were low on just Schools are allowed to purchase up a proposed :zoning ordinance lands '

Noe el'8 301 urday morning were Marlon three or four Items were left only certain Itema front which must have, final Th latest revision of the

Jack's Donut Shop (IRedl I Lee, 45, and Wllber completely out for three ; the prison system, however. approval by the commission.In guide, which came out late In '

Strong 39, both of Lawtey. months. The schools are presently f The two moves are expectedto the Thursday meeting< 1964. and Yawn contends has

Listed In "good" conditionwas buying from Just three net a saving of thousandsover the committee heard a tat k" not been approved by the Florida -

This Space Contributed Publicize Nelson Hamilton 65, of wholesalers Joseph's, Clark Berry Ads In The City \the; school year, Casey on zoning by Dick Sterba. director Budget Commission or promulgated
Weekly to Lawtey. & Lewis, and Jefferles. said. The eight lunch room of t.heUrban Counsel by the comptroller's

Community Events by Florida Highway Patrol- A centralized price list was serve. approximately 2.50O ing and Research Service of office. Timber interests
man Trooper John Marsh complied by Casey and his staff Assistant. .. Polloe Chief Ken Fuqua admire the new emblem Junchos per day with food the University of Florida. kept testifying they assumed

The CommunityState said damage to the truck at the same time. Distributed advertising fttrawberrlea for the City of Starke. Tire emblem" I* vests running a.bout $300 per Sterba emphasized that the newest guide had been

Bank was estimated at $1,000. to each of the eight cafeteria being placed .'11 all city vehicle day.If decisions made by the committee promulgated by the comptroller -

Other were heads !It allowed each: to know /The one Fuqua Is admiring |I" on one of the rtty'n two new food prices can be cut cannot be arbitrary, and approved by the Budget -

Accounts now Insuredup Ceasor Oreen.passengers 51: Davis what the bid price on every police car.. The two Chevrolet Blscayne's were purchased f rum >y 20 per cent, they've .IJ).Cidyb must be made In the best Commission, but all said

) to $15,000()()() by James 48; Charlie M.ller 49; single Item they bought. This Baldwin' (Chevrolet, low bidder< om the two cant' at a total of en cut by 19 per cent on all interests of all resident of they had no direct knowledge
eliminated the practise of salesmen except meats. It would mean
the county. of tha fact.Yawn's .
Federal Insurance 48 all of .
Deposit Henderson Hudson. .
going to one cafeteriaand t.OIU.Th. 4a saving of $100 per day. He said a good first step point was to attempt -
Corp Lawtey and Ernest Dale, 18. .. Department's Rambler with. about )
year-old SI.IMM
and nl
charging one price That's a saving 13OOO per would be preparation of a to prove that the guide
of St.S\rkp ,uukta on tlicni., went to the Utility D<>nartni'nt. jichuolyoar. Continued
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SAGE TWO: -- maternal grandparentsMr
at and
r I I II If The program was presentedby I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home I held from the graveside and ,Mrs. Alfred Mello 'If>
frs. 'George PowelLal Rnl-
and Club at
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John McOoon of St Paul Mr. Junior I Cemetery
Lm. charge of arrangements.Griffis Evergreen
Tenly
D.
NewiSfc. N. C. are vlslAgAcs. Mrs. E. irogtchah'man. with I Bermuda.
his uncle ford 1 Wednesday morning
Mlnn is visiting
Plans Art Show C. Jones Funeral
Fields for ten officiating DeWitt
lAjj and aunt, Mr. and Mrs 'J..5 p. J. H. Ida Darby Circle met at Infant Rev. Lorenzo Griffis Home of Starke was In chat goof
} WeekThe I .
Fogg. SLBipllcity\ity: \ days.Mr. Blake- For Library the home of Mrs. D. L. Sll- al'rlU gements.
; ''and Mrs. John In-
Pattern nurenU the
IMcCall an*
: her
cr. \ mssasm- .at Stump', sly of Detroit, Mich and Mn.Nancy Junior Woman' Club] cox Tuesday: Jan. 10, at 2:30: Services Held I fact Besides Is survived by II bioUier.Leo ?, .
I circle
L. O Powell t
Mr ,
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Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gentiwere Bnteriln pf Summer met Thursday night of) tost p. ,m.chairman, conducted the Service for the Infant daughter wayne Griffis;, the pa-, A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH
.. '- MOOTY In St. Petersburg Sunday vile Pa. were Tuesday over week with the president Mrs.I of Mr. and ,Mrs Leo W. I ternal grandparents M'met
GLADYS business, cession, and Mrs. .. results.
of Mr. end Mrs : ;Sink., \ I brings
a visiting her sister, Mrs. night guests Elate Sanders, presiding. Or Iff Is of Jacksonville were (Mrs Ancll Grlffis ot
.. Phono &640651Jttlss Stefanelli.Mr. Paul Raymond presented an
Marion Pennell, in Mound Henry A letter was read by the
1 cti I Literacy
.. Interesting program
L. Edwards !
and another and Mrs. W. : I
Hospital
p Park secretary. Mrs. Bobby Sapp. Alaska.
Missions In I
of Jacksonville were
Robert Nobles of Lake sister Mrs. Marie McMillan.Mr. from L. H. Gibson concern- CL'met
Mrs. Lorena Epperson
Eugenia Ek&rd a Miss Kate truth
and Mrs. Fred Snell of visiting the Board of PuUlc: In-
was visiting her paVfiits Ing Tuesday afternoon at
In elementary City
Junior education majoring at the. University 1- Mr. and Mrs. Cljjirlca Daiby, Waycross Oa. will be week) last All Wedlesday.1967 Fords have 3 structions' summer programfor the home of Mrs. George Anderson
: end guests of Mr. and Mrs new students to better acquaint 1 1I
of South Florida In over the weekencf.XLt. 50.000 mile warrant; chairman. The program AN 1I
Tampa, was pledged to DeltaZ U. g.l Hank' raham, Drew! Reddish. returned year Your used oar Is worth more them with their local! community was presented by Mra. SEE ThE I
H. L. Speer
Mrs. activities. The club
a ,
home
after visiting
chapter, this trimester.. month's leave, left last Wednesday loaf; Friday Mr. Clyde Terwlhegar TODAY! was asked to take part In and Mrs Lola Johnson.
for Boston, Mass tor sdn-ln-law ani:! daughter. this by club members!! being Lottie Moon Circle met
of Aliens Sinclair and
Lt. Arch Woodward Boland In Mrs. Clyde
and Mrs. E. P. available for interviews and
while hs ship Jan. 10, at
night
Cove Wls. was a week- three months Ota. for the past daughter, Evelyn, will be. In Tuesday I
Athens of
,
Mrs. the USS Glennon, Is In dry the possibly attending come 7:30: at the church Mrs.
and Oa. over
eiil guest of Mr. and Mrs. Boland Waycross
month. Mr.
dock. the classes and:! explaining John Greene circle chairman :
Wi' H. Graham. All new 1967 Fords, have S accompanied Mrs. Speer weekend visiting Mr. and will; the functions of the club. conducted the business I

Mr, and Mrs Ouy Edwards -30.000 mile warranty. home for the weekend. Mrs. Grady Cook. Evelyn The club voted unanimouslyto session and Mrs. Bobby Taylor
year !In MisCook's
attendant ::
visiting left Saturday be an
of Jacksonville were Your used car Is worth more Emmett Akridge support the program. presented the program

MT. And Mrs. Curtis Edwards:! then ever before! Check with for Camp Pendleton. All wedding 1967 Fords have S Mrs. Gus Kopelousos, education topic. One new member. NNed .
last Saturday. Clyde Terwlllcitar TODAY! Calif. after a month's leave new warranty. chairman, annul Couey, was welcomed at "
mile
Stuart Sprag Ins of Little The Intermediate B Sun with his parents. Mr. and yea.r50.000 ced that the Art Show wouldbe ; this time.
used Is worth more
Rock, Ark. was visiting Dr. day School class of the First Mrs. Broward Akridge. He Your before car Check with] held In April at the Public Ethel Biggs Circle met at
aid Mrs. H. H. Adams the Baptist Church had H slumber will leave Feb. 4 for 1 13 then ever Terwlllegar TODAY! library in connection with the ;home of Mrs. J. D. Doyle

first of the week party at the home of months service In Okinawa Clyde Debbie Hall of Savannah National Library Week.: Mrs.Curtis with Mrs. Lucille Payne, ,
Mrs.
)Jr.) and Mrs. V. J. Speng- their teacher Mrs. A. J. Barry and Viet Nam. Nule Lamb of Edwards, fine arts chairman, presiding. The
have S aa. and l l'ty
ler attended the funeral of a Included In the party; All new 1967 Fords entered the chairman. announced that program was presented by t 1 ; 'h1 t i{1 !P
cousin{ clarence Spensler. In were guests from the Young year50.001) mile warranty. Hawthorne Home this her committee would be I In Mrs. Marilyn Roberts. ( it t 1
Nursing
Augustine", on Saturday. People's class. Games and Your used car Is worth more Starke charge of the' 'Fashion Show
new 1961 Fordj have 3 enjoyed. then ever before! Check with week.Mr. this: year. It will be held
Ali; refreshments were Mrs. Ploy) Rltch Altar Society "
TODAY! and : lilt
'I'Ipu
y.a50.000 mile warranty Mrs. Pearl Colson of Jacksonville Clyde Trrwillegar Mr. about two weeks before Easter l ') a ;11 4 st 1 It t y i I
end
N. C.
Your used car Is worth more was visiting Mrs. Edna Capt. and Mrs R. Franklin of Oastonla of ,', but an exact date. was Plans ActivitiesSt.
then ever before! Check with Hart Mrs. Edith Christ Ritch left Wednesday:! for and Mrs. Sanford Rltch not designated. The International \
Friday
Clyde Terwlllearar TODAY, iansen and Mrs. Ella Moody; Charlottesvllle Va. where! he Gainesville were lasts of Mr Tea will also be Edward's Altar Society ,
y the weekend. They also will attend the Army Judge night dinner guests worked into the theme of the met Wednesday evening, Jan. i "
over S t S +
Ritch.Clearance
i
J. W.
EDWARD'S CHURCH had as Sunday, evening visitors Advocate General School and andMrs. S.Cle' on Ladle* Fashion Show and all foreign 11. at the Parish Hail with 1s? N 'j

ST.. Starke Mr. and Mrs. C. W Mrs. Ritch will attend the' at Stump's. born residents of Biadford Mrs. Henry Stefanelll pre- .
Beaslcy of Gainesville. University of Virginia College Ready-To-Wear .County, will be Invited to at siding.It .
add Blllv Moore)"
Sunday Mam ._- 9:1S aSn.Tturwluy Charlie Futch of St. Pet- of Law. During the past Mr. Mrs. was announced) that

MIUM .__ 8 p.m. ersburg was Monday overnight week Capt. and Mrs Bitch: :' and. family of Madison Fred were tend.Mrs..,. Gene. Shaw, conservation comfort bags for the Veterans Dealer
SaturdayMlracuIouBOMedul: |, guest of his grandpar have been visiting her par (:visiting Mr. and Mrs. ; chairman, gave a brief Administration hospitalin Your Chevrolet
weekend i
;Novena.-.-.__.1: T p.mOonOseslona ents Mr. and Mrs. C. A. ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M.: Bennett over the !I summary' of her committee's' Lake City are to bP made
have as a
_._._ 5 Beach"and The Bennetts also
pj.i.'and Futch. Gorman in Palm activities and announced and brought to the March
____,.____. 1:31) pan Mrs. Marc Jackson "and his mother Mrs. Hazel Rltch I guest this week W. M. BenJnett that George Hugglns., County meeting or can be turned In

Uolydwy Mass __.__.,.. 6 pen daughter spent the past! week !In Starke. of Live Oak.W. F Swln-I Agent would be the guest to Mrs. Gladys Weldon at
with her parents. Mr.: and Mrs. Ella Moody will en Mr and Mrs. Heights were speaker at' the February any time before that meet Baldwin Chevrolet 111C.

ST. WILLIAMS CHURCH! Mrs. H. E. Smith. In Wills- ter the Oelnesvllle Medical yer of Keystone dInner' guests of Mr I meeting and will discuss ,
Sunday ing.Final
Key'toiu Holght Center Friday for observation ) j Conservation problems in plans were made to
tun.Mrs. and treatment. and:! Mrs. W H. Nollman) Bradford County. She also
Edna Hart Mrs sell ads for the progrtm
similar Mos.-! -- 7:30 a.m, dresses sizes 9 to 52! Vice Admiral and Mrs Lot announced '
Ladles 20th as !
Ella January booklet for the Bradford:
Mrs.
\\'ednNdArlalIS! ____ 8 ModalNovena p.m.!., Kdlth Moody Christiansen Mrs. Nlta Dval Mr. reduced at stump's.Mr. Ensey of Washington D. C,I Arbor Day and urged all i County' Fair Association. 1967 BISCAYNE! TWO\ DOOR SEDAN
Monday Miraculous lj Charles visiting Mrs. Ruby Johns,
Mrs. were
., Wanda Green Miss Ann and members to plant somethingon I Hostesses for the eveningi
_... t
p.m. this
; -?- of Tallahassee were and other friends here that day
ChlsmI
Randall
Lawson
Barbara Mrs
Manning, Mrs. i were
,, !
Inquiry Cliu**___ 6:18 p.m Is the I -
visitorsof week. Admiral Ensey
overnight Mrs. Tanner
Campora and Mrs. Murla Thursday Eugene I and Mrs. Francis Menzi
(joiifeimloiist.: Before Mann ort Norman attended the double Mr. and Mrs. H. A; Law- son of the late Mr. and Mrs., health chairman reported on $2442
t Wednesday & Sunday. Charles Ensey. one-tlmi.? residents' ,
the Dental Clinic and
MaM ... ., ,_'_ 1 ajn., funeral of) Mrs. Shirley Hill son. the Marilyn, McCrary
Ilolyday + ? i
of Tallahassee of Starke.
of Alachua and Mrs.'Dorothy Miss Jean -Mundv ) number of students t tat the FULL PRICE
Jennings of. Green Cove was visiting her club had given free dental Is Complimented -

:ST..*MARY: CHURCH Springs at the Qak' Oi'ove mother Mrs W. B. :Mundo:! Bridal l Shower care Mrs. Harold Godwin| At Bridal Shower

... ftlacclenny Cemetery near Providence' -over the weekend. For Mrs. Cottle Mothers' March chairman,'
Sunday Mam ___ 11:30) a.m,, Monday afternoon. Mrs Paul Faulkner Mrs. for the March of) Dimes reminded 'I' Miss Marilyn McCrary
Girl;, Thomas, Mr*. Edna members that January
Sale Woodrow Night ,
(Confeaalons:' before blase Clearance on Monday; I whose ,marriage to Randall
.Ueody-To-\Vear at Stump's, Thomas Mrs. Russell Carter 31st, would be the date, I I Bradley will be an event ofi
and Meed Lewis attended the, Margaret Ann Cottle for the Mothers March and recently
28 was
funeral of an uncle Will whose' marriage\ to Lavern urged the cooperation of all i I' January complimented with a miscellaneous

I I Lewis In Plant City on Fri Dyal will be an event of Feb. members to help when called bridal shower afr the
: AZALEA honored at a- bridal u iron.
day. 4. was home of Mrs A D Cham-
I Selection of material valuesto shower Monday. night\ In the< During the social hour; bless Jr In Gainesville.

flftc.:! Special 59c per yard Christian Church Fellowship .members modeled party; Included Miss Mc
Guests
t I at Stump's. Hall. Hostesses -were Mrs. dresses that they had made.A .
and Miss Lorrali.e Davis Down
Crary $$195
I All new 1967 Fords have S Charlie Cowen. Mrs. Edwin panel of Judges: selectedthe Net
.. of Starke. Miss Kay I
+ year :==50.000 mile!' warrantv.Your "Wffirims' : ;" Mrs: Lonnle Full best outfit to represent Lea, and '
.t tles] Mrs. Evelyn
used car Is worth more wood, Mrs. Albert Newman the club in the District Sewing Mrs. Sandi Simko of Alachua. $66f86 Monthly
then ever before! Check' with Mrs. Harold ,Waters, Mrs. contest to be held In
AZALEA LANES 2815 PRESIDENT Clvde Terwlllexar TODAY! Jim Faulkner, M.-i. Tim Jacksonville in February., Mrs. Judy Judd., lIC8c.MI Goff INCLUDES TAG AND TAX BANK RATE FINANCING
chael; Gilroy, Mrs Gary
PLAZA : STREET Mr. and Mrs. W 1Eat\, Warren Mrs. Charles Reese The winner was Mrs. Carol
and Mrs. Ronald. Hlghsmlth! OUTSIDE MIRROR
man of Archer were visiting Mrs. Gerald Griffis. and:! Mrs. Von Houser. BODY BY FISIIEU
Gainesville
,PALATKAHANDICAP : their, son.-in.-law and daughter John Arthur Reddish. Hostesses for the ireetlng of PADDED DASH SEAT BELTS

Mr. and Mrs Bobby L. The refreshment table I were Mrs. Bill Dodd, Mrs. Cub Pack 70 HAZARD WARNING SWITCH FRONT AND REAR,

TOURNAMENT NOWIN I Taylor on Wednesday.:! 'overed with a wedding cloth Leroy Norman Jr., and Mrs. TWO SPEED FXEC. WIPERS INSIDE DAY-NIGHT

I, Walter L. Timmerman of with a bridal! motif was centered Curtis Edwards. Meets TuesdayCub WINDSHIELD WASHER MIRROR

Stockton Oa. was visiting with a punch bowl BACK-UP LIGHTS HEATER AND DEFROSTERflllONTI1ATO1t
PROGRESS I Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining around which was to Thursday. have Ita monthly pack meetIng 0I
: from Tuesday pink camellias. Flanking
: Local admittances to the centerpiece were silver I Circles: MeetThe on next Tuesday. Jan. 24, '
GRAND PRIZES Bradford County Hospital candle holders with white at 7:30: p.m. in the First i 1966" SALE

., this week Include: Mrs Julia tapers. Above the !Rift table Executive Board olthe | Methodist Church.

1'967 MUSTANGSLADIES || Thomas of) Hampton: Mrs. were white wedding bells First Baptist Church,I Awards will bit given and
2 WMU! met Tuesday. Jan. 10.
Mary Tarlton James Schwar- hanging from the ceiling. every Cub Scout Is invited t to!
I tzwalder ''and Kenneth Hes- at; 11:15 a. m. with the president -I attend along with hl.. parents.
AND MEN Heights; Two games with prizes Mrs. Leila S. Mundy ,Plans are underway for the
SEPARATE DIVISIONSFOR kett Mrs. of Jewel Keystone Butler of Lake were attending.:!played by the 46 guests presiding. Blue and Gold 'banquet setfor I HO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED f

Geneva: and Mrs. Myra Dye! This meeting was followedby February to celebrate the
Mrs Lois Thigpcn. BillyJverstreet The hostesses presented the general meeting ofthe birthday of the Boy Scouts.
RESERVATIONS the honoree with a personali WMS. with covered dish
I Rltch
C Marks
Martha Webb of i as a memento of the ocI luncheon at noon. with the Coupe Impala Sports SedanYellow
CALL 328.2000 PALATKA i Starke and Mrs I caslon. Brownlee Circle In charge Mrs. Pierce, 66, Impala Sports


r Dies Tuesdayafter black interior fully White black interior fully

IllnessMrs. equipped, including air con- equipped, including air condi-

: ditioning: tioning.

Kittle ''Mae Pierce, 63,

DEPENDABLE a of Starka Hampton hospital died after Tuesday a short in $$1,000 DISCOUNT $$1,000 DISCOUNT

IIIne_
A native of Elba, Ala., ahahad
been a resident of Bradford

County for six years, Impala Sports CoupeMaroon
coming: here from Pompano



I :H: Is Still The Ward Far Church.Oeorge Beach.Surviving(Madison She D. was Pierce Is Street her a member of husband Baptist Hampton ofthe @ tioning.equipped.bl..kl.le"o.f.IIY, including air condi- ( = 1



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; one daughter, "Mrs. Fran- $1,000 DISCOUNT
cis Smith of Live Oak; one6On

George H. Pierce, ofStarka



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H I Va. Also surviving are

I *lx grandchildren..
: Funeral services were held

.. at 2 'rpjn. Wednesday In the.Madlaon Impala Sports Coupe Impala 4-Dr. SedanWhite

Church
Street Baptist
Natural Gas :
: Our Record Of Over 6 Years Of Dependable with (Rev. Felder L. Rowan

officiating. Interment was InCrosby red interior, 396 enWhite blue interior, V-8

: ; ::?:::: '. Service To The Homes and Businesses of Starke Is Lake Cemetery with gine, fully equipped including IVwerglide radio and heater.


: ,' Still Intact! Hurricanes and Thunderstorms Couldn't SpoilIt. I ,THE BRADFORD air conditioning. DISCOUNTED TO


= It's An Enviable Record Of Responsibility and'Salc- COUNTY TELEGRAPH

$$850 DISCOUNT $2495

ty. And We're Mighty Proud Of It. Published 138 every W. Call Thursdayat SL.

Starke, Fla. 82091

: LET US MAKE A SURVEY OF YOUR NEEDS TODAY!-NO COST-NO OBLIGATIONS. Second class postage paid -- WE WILL TRADE AT THESE PRICESBALDWfN --

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at Starke, Fla.


,: FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL, 964-2331 In Subscription trade area: Rate Faso :pc (CHEVROLET; Inc...

: year;; $2.00.m months..

: NATURAL GAS DEPARTMENT CITY OF STARKE E. I* Matthews publisher, editor and U. S. 301 NORTH STARKE ,PIIONE; 964-3900

Outside trade area: $4.00 Your Authorized Chevrolet Dealer Sales and ServiceF.
: OSCAR DAVIS, UTILITIES DIRECTOR per year: $2.25: mix month

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THURSDAY JAN 19. 1967 BRADFORD COUNTY TEIXORAPH STARK. FLORm lAdd: TRBD.
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Cadette Troop I Mary A. Dixon with a blue rosebud coraaiie.!! Farewell Parties
Mrs. Henry, mother of the
To ReorganizeFor I Weds Mr. HenryIn groom was attired in a blue For Mr. and Mrs. I r .

Junior GirlsA Airpark ChurchMiss linen two-piece dress, with Drew ReddishMr. I I
which she wore a pink rose-

reorganlzatlona.1 meetingof Mary Ardella Dixon, bud corsage.A and Mrs. Drew! Red I
GLADYS MOOTY \ Cadette ''Scout Troop 606 of daughter of Mrs. O. O. Dixon reception was held in dish who are moving to Wilmington I
Phobic 064-0651 Stitrke was held recently at and:! the late Mr. Dixon! and the fellowship room of the Dela. on Jan. 26,' .
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the home of Mrs Bill Cantello, Larry Thurston Henry, son church. The bride's toble was have been honored at several I :::::---- --= ..

-J Cadette leader. of Mr. and Mrs. Thurston covered with a white cut- delightful going-away partiesin ::: ::
Good man-Harper Garden ClubBird Plans for activities duringthe Henry of Brooker were united work cloth and centered witha the past week. i ;f $:-:Ei i e'. !e=:;; I
next few months were dis- in marriage' on Dec. :29 three-tiered wedding cake Last Thursday night the,
Plans AnnouncedThe Conservation vlll be cussed and the girls baton; Individual at 7:30: p. m. in the Air topped with a miniature Methodist Chancel Choir, i -:' :-:::::: ::::' sh'm
the program topic at-' the work on two s-peclfic Park Baptist Church with bride and groom. At the base honored Mr. and Mrs. Reddish ,
marriage of Miss Olivia Starke Garden Club meeting badges, "Animal Kingdom"" and Rev. Leroy Olive performingthe of the cake was a garland of with refreshments and ,
Goodman and Leslie Wayne Monday night, Jan. 23, at "Good Grooming. nuptials.The pink and white camellias. social hour after choir practice -I
Harper will be solemnized 7:30: o'clock at the home of, Future meetings will be held altar was decorated White wedding! bells decora- in Fellowship Hall. I
Friday. Jan 27 at 7:30: p. m. Mrs. Oarl Mathews. the first and third Wedneodayof with pedestal baskets holding ted the three punch tables Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy I -:
each month at 3:3: <> p.m.. and where the three punch bowls dessert bridge for I '
at the home of the bride- white gladioli mums gave a
elect's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Beta Sigma Phi at St. Edward's Church Hall. against a background of pot- were placed. twelve friends honoring Mr.'
Seeber Goodman, 515 Alton Cadette ,Scouting is open to ted palms and branched can- Mis. J. A. Bultard. aunt of and Mrs. Reddish on Friday : ..
road. Will Meet"MondayBeta girls In the 7th, 8th. aiu. 9th delabra with burning white the bride, cut the bride's night. ...
All friends and relativesare grades. All former* Scouts, as tapers. cake. Assisting in serving the Pecan Room of the I '"
Sigma Phi sorority well as girla who have never Miss Myrtice Conway pianist were Mrs. E. J. Walker Mrs. Garden Restaurant was the
Invited to attend. will meet Monday night Jan. been Scouts before, are cordially accompanied Mrs Glenda Buddy Adams Mri. J. W. setting for a reception honoring :
23 at the home of Mrs. Dot Invited to attend the next Andrews, soloist, who sang McGowan and Mrs. Roy Mr. and Mrs. Reddish HEATER ;
Falling at 8 o'clock. Mrs. W. meeting. For further !Information "Whither Thou Ooest" and Crump. given by the Bits Quarter-, l;
A Clawifled Ad In the TELEGRAPH / contact 'any Cadette I
H. Johns will serve as so- "Amazing Grace," in aedica- After spending some time back Club of which Mr. Reddish -
Scout or call (Mrs. Ooatello at
brings reunlt> hostess 9641891. cation to the bride's deceased with their guests the couple was a. former president. T
I father. left on a wedding trip to Twenty-eight members at-
Thurman [Spike I Whlttl- South Florida tended this affair anc pre- LOSE-OUT
ker served as best man and The bride la a graduate of sented the honored couple SALEh
the ushers were Cliff o'd Pre- Bradford High School class with a silver tray on which
vatt arid Bobby Gill of 1966 and i Is employed with was engraved "Presldent-
; Mary Zena Godwin attended Southern Bell Telephone Co. 1966."
as matron of honor in 'a In Gainesville. The groom is Wednesday noon tho Meth-
NOW Is Your Chance To Live
blue satin gown with blue also a 1966 graduate o* BUS odist Women honored Mrs. '
l lry organza over jacket and a and Is presently training at Reddish and Mrs. Carl Se- ,
LL4 i, blue headpiece. She carried Fort Pendleton N. C. in the well at a luncheon at Holi-
M ''a. nosegay: of white rose! buds' U. S. Marines with the engineering day Inn. Mr. and Mrs. Carl In Modern Warm Comfort .
i with matching blue nylon' corpa.Woman.s: Sewell 'and their farr-ly are y
A net. Miss Patricia I tar See moving to St. Marys, Oa. on
r served as bridesmaid in a Club Jan. 26. Mrs. Reddish and At Low Low Prices .
I gown Identical to that of the Mrs. Sewell were presentedwith ,
honor attendant, and also Hears Miss McCainOn a personal engraved go- i carried a whiterosebud lng--away gifts from, the ladies -
... ResponsibilityMiss :

i I nosegay.Ginger Dixon sister of the Martha Sue McCain Wednesday. night; Mr. and ALL HEATERS REDUCED

I bride, served as flower girl ] Bradford County Home Mrs. Sewell and Mr and .
In a blue satin dress and Demonstration Agent, spoketo Mrs. Reddish and:! their chil-
I Mark Dixon brother of the the Starke Woman Club I dren were honored at !the TERMS AVAILABLE
I bride, was ring bearer. on the Responsibility of, Methodist Family Night cov-
t The bride given in marI Parents at the January I ered-dish supper In Fellow-
e I mlage by her brother Mose meeting Wednesday after- ship Hall

_, ______ I Gibson Dixon, wore a white noon of last week. JUST A SAMPLE
ss. I tulle silk gown over white' The speaker, who was Introduced -
satin featuring a fitted bod-: by Mrs. Oeorge and Invited to the refresh-
Our car cost less I Ice, round neck and long Huggins Home Life Chair- ment table which held a 40,000 BTU
sleeves that tapered to the man, said that eacn person centerpiece of pink camelliasand
with a Bank Auto Loan! wrists. The long, full skirt needed to "try looking at white narcissi. Coffee

_, I was lined In front with rows yourself aa others see you and tea were poured by Mrs. THERMOLAIREREG. 4488
w. ams's ie e 1 .
: of lace flowers decorated but don't get mad. She also Louise Kite and Mrs. Ruby ,
Yup .if you want to save money on the I with seed pearls. In net hair: reminded members that they Johns.
over-all cost of your next car, finance it she wore a crown of pearls, often forget their best man- A film "Almost A Miracle -' NOW
which held In place her: ners when they are with ," was presented by Mrs.
simply, quickly, and ecr V >p"raHy\ the I I $54.9SLADE
-- white shoulder length 'veil of those they love best. Joyce Riherd, and Interesting I I
best- way you can- I Illusion. She carried a nosegay -I' Mrs. Guy Sale president exhibits were arranced by
Mww taQr 1 of white rosebuds and, presided over the meeting and Mrs. M. F. Hazen and Mrs.
)I
her only ornament was a Mrs. L O. Powell gave the Arlln McKnlght: for the
GET A BANK AUTO single strand of pearls devotional. The members' Council The Home Health' ,GAS & APPLIANCES ;

LOAN HERE....NOWJFLORIDA Mrs. Dixon chose for her stood in silent player In'I Aids exhibit t was in charge of I
of three deceased:
memory Mrs. Doris Peeples.
daughter's !wedding a rose
linen sheath complemented members, Mrs. Emma Hill. Mrs Oarl Mathews was 332 W. MADISON ST. PHONE 961-7701 :
Mrs., '
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, and chairman of hostesses for
L. A. Davis.It this affair. .
1 Merle FurnitureSpanish was voted that a stone ...

I with a bronze plaque wouldbe


Provincial Colonial the park the property of
of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group I Interiors By Vlctos the Starke Woman Club ) .
!1 Rt. 21 to Orange Park high >and In memory of Mrs. Mary

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. | School, turn right to 17, Wainwright It' : SEMI ANNlJllL SALE
---- I I Jacksonville 2649331. Mrs. F. W. Strickland announced -
that the rummage .

sale netted $116 and tnat the ". ...
committee was planning a
BUTTE KNIT "' BUTTE KNIT money making' luncheon to
.. be held at the club In February -

) 1" -- Mrs.or Sale March announced, that :

t the club won an award for r 2-0 % 4v

rt Its 196466.programs elected Mrs.to for Amy membershipand the Prandelwas period OFF


Mrs. John Sanders a .
,-' District Director was introduced o. _. .. ....
i .,,.. as a new transfer
v MADE'TO-YOUR-MEASURE) DRAPERIES Lined Unlined
member. A Teacher of the or
.
.. Year is to be sponsored by -
the club.
f I The secreatry read a letter r
... from L H. Gibson asking the DRAPERIES MADE JVST.FOR.YOUR.W1NDOWS .
-t-tIj
cooperation of the club for a I
t I Type III program that is be- FROM YOUR PERSONAL CHOICE OF FABRICS -.

'" ( i;, In* planned for the rummer. AND COLORS
.
"-; ; The course will be an In- 'I
,;, '. tensive study course. The
.f" :?.:W .:, club agreed to ccoperate TAILORED WITU DETAILS OF QUALITYAND
,< ;" ;; '
,< x/tp.; ,,; ,' Mrs. W. H. Hart publicity BEAUTY. -
,, t'. '3, chairman, asked that the \ 1
< w; program chairman each 4
,' .
I, ; : with her
month get In touch .
'' .
-
,. : 1): the first of each month for
Look at these< low 20% off for
: Information on the impending prices draperiesmade
-i '' $:.::: ;;.J program. to fit your windows.

I R'n' ,"rj't" %f During the social hour the p

,._ ',.ff 1:1 hostesses served a dessert ... '
,
<< "'." ,.' ,
I ? ::1j'
; ;I Party flNISH'O OVERALL PLEATED WIDTH IN INCHES
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I .:. ;,.',") \ t,,' For Danny Luke LENGINy INCHS y 32... 41-12 14.11120 98444 112.11' 121.2 144-21. 160240Up
41. .
"" 'E.oF ?
? I
I, 4 '.,,"'f, .. Danny Luke celebrated his l.38 7.82 11.75 15.0 20.02 24.14 28.29 32.41 3&.55 40.69 iJi
i "'< > J4' ,
,' '" / thirteenth birthday:! anniversary -
: 4p '' weiner C 314 1.D9 12.41 11.13 21.19 25.58 29.94 34.30 38.8 43.04I
',?" with a party and
1'f
';'.>,t'. ,'tJ'" + ;} ,", .h.,1J h. roast given by his parents Mr. 48-U 1.57 13.18 17.11 22.40 27.00 31.81 38.22 44.13 45.404
'c' '. !I" "1; and Mrs. Walter P. Luke, at I
,y;.. \/,(;" f their home in Hellbronn $4.U 10.42 11.03 21358 21.11 32.11 38.27 43.13 41.38 54.95
> ,.
; <'J'"t / after
,'4><' Springs last Saturday
4 A/i.. / 12.10 11.11 11.41 23.41 29.53 35.58 41.80 47.84 51.117 59.71 f II
.r, } ( (lam
noon.Welners f
fJ.f were roasted and I
<:.!'. 11.101 13.12 20.32 21.90 34.21 41.28 41.28 55.25 IU4 89.22 .
I : .:...::!!: refreshments served in the iL I
H 7AH --- picnic area of the yard. I 2. J. 4. sww 1W ew tw lOW I
A Games were played by the 35 raacE, 3tt 41.72 14ill120 1..144 m.l" 121.192 1..21. 1IG-240 .

the new* ...on the double.Butte Knit Impet'l'IILleclallh for spring... -,. friends attending, and the III' to 18. 1986 30.111 ---
it here in a two part,two-color costum Tiring ulirad to summer. Butte Knit's 100% door prize was won by Joe 8.08 1.12 13.02 18.44 23.21 28.69 33.53 4
I presents for two seasons. In the spring through J1J.,ron A-li ne that's whiiiper-light 'n oh-so-right Wilson.Mr. .
ready of 100% Dacron Divided op and fur the two new seasons at hand.Carefully and Mrs. Luke! were

contrasting knit collar to match yyokeor two tons cowl collar; short raglan niteves.In Darlene and lon, Terry. b <( : .
Jo-SJ.QJft- --
'leeveless A-line.With wraith of welt seam detail rlig-uit\ new colors: Sand Navy, Peach/While' I ,
Making fashion headlines Blush, Banana-. Uuel. Green Grape, Blush. Site! 816. Nursing Council '

Navy' ,Peach or Green Grape.Sizes 8-18. .., $25.00. Open Housei jUeasu/ce\ :{ / Cllta enies

,; $40.00.iI' '", Tuesday Night I I!, I- r. .
*
-
Members of the Nursing ,- -
Advisory Council held open "--;-" ,

DRESS AND> GIFT SHOP I house at the Health Depart- "aad"1 I il11l' -. Jlare Earned- The Good Houiekosplng... i Seal.. )
.: MUUUM"
TO
., ment Tuesday night from 8 '--"J- --_ _. mm -.
til 9:30: o'clock.
---M-
132 E. CALL :. l Guests were greeted at the (cU....GID...... :

door by Mrs. Mildred: Hitch-

cock, and.Mrs. Claire Knight, 6 ..


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,, 1 FAOH: FOtTB nn.inrotm comcrr TKtxotiArn.: STARITE. Ftonrnv rtltTR DAY, JAW.) 1., IS Timl
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at starke !:T met:1'tIU'y: by annual inspection <>lth4rcityta| Generator Bids annually from hospital receipts Qllpin. William Barrett Ralph'1, HtUellltea, launch vehicles, and ties at the Spaceport on blcN..
; >er Finns Ask tliortzlrg a final payment lIu-1 I utility system. The engineeringfirm Gilpin, Greg Ah/aria Joseph I II I manned spacecraft, the atu- pit Island and ncary Cade> ,
13.347 and at Anderson also' eharges a pereelltagi "We must make wage anc I Starling, Gene VanZant, and" I I IUP lIlRh with a final payment 1'fco on each project tt dpvlgus Due Open Feb. 7 salary adjustments to sta!y, La rry Tanner 'I|
,of 43.302.( Payment of Sl ,T 1. and supervise for the. city competitive with other hospitals .. Out of jUieae. boys. four ,)
Values On Income was also authorised for wo/k: ContinUed Prom Page One] In the area," trtmond-; earned their( way to Ocala for NEEDED: ''-if:

Ri done, on the field muse! during son said.Mayor. the meat judging content., These "
December.i by the engineers.The .
.. Bomb Hoax were Greg Alvarez, Skip
_
: -I i Approval of a. $2,371 bAl by plant' present number Nichols, David Scott, and
[Continued From Pa.e: One) tinder questioning both admitted !
the .Florida Division of. Cor- 8unit will have to ba moved Lloyd Gilpln. These boys are SEWING/ MACHINEi

It). effect in 1965: was one that no other interests rectkmj on 116 lockers, for At BBS sad re-worked prior to Ui&tall- Dies starting t out working> hard for
than forestry people and emplO'ee' the
'
the Ing
published in 18S9 which has new athletic bulh'rfng was new generator, Pridaysaid their chapter!
& of the comptroller'sofficer also, Alteration of the plant
been promugated by the given by the Bor.ird. The James Allen, Reporter
worked on the new lockers building and the work on number -
were
madeto I
the ,
Bradford Chapter OPERATORS
and
comptroller by
the Budget Commission approved It reflects guide, at far as they know. Athletic Department's, order, 1 Continued From Page One;] 8 will' 'fee first steps by the Under Surgery
Coiriganl
Attorney John general contractor who the
something no prl veto firm get
higher values for timberland was I,the caller first asked, then Hospital Passes
representing Oilman Paper able, to do, I .
Sup t. said. ;
Casey ;
( that the newer version t Co. was successful !in enteringIn AI i bill of app tr.xlmately. SS-I gadded> :- you'd! better tell themthere's Job.A price of $050,000 has been I r Continued From Page One I Audit Exam LAKE BUTLER APPAREL CO. i
the record documents which COO)( was also set on the enlargement of the
Yawn elicited testimony proved! for purchase -.: a bomb planted there, flouting. Interment will follow
he claimed prove the newest, of misc./1'laneous, I library and they'd better do power plant and the city's fiscal In R E Edmondson, administrator for employment of
titan' Howard Hanna and W, something will Bell Crosby Lake Cemetery I is taking applications prompt
revised guide which the timber purchased wl agent revenue
tfi '
\\1""., Miller, Owens-Illinois area 00 pur cent quick. under direction of DeWitt C. of the Bradford sewing machine operators. ,
used has Indeed fu certificates against the utility
firms matching: /ma under<< Title
forest. that timber Principle Clark said the in- Jones Funeral Home County Hospital, has receiveda
manager Income'' to finance' It. Fiscal
III of
been issued by the comptroller's the /ationaI Uofense
Interests had participated in 'terruption In. the IIchool'sroutine The family has requested letter from Louis' Wolfson
the preparation of the revised! office. Corrigan contended of Education the ft ct and Title II lasted about an hour. Miami.agents are Barcus-Kindred" of that flower be omitted and II, chairman of the Legislative : NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY
.' the revised guide up dates Elementary and Secondary After a search uncovered noth- that Council's Committee on
manual_ in late 63 end 84. contributions be sent t
the 1959 document which Education Act Low bid- ling> the students were returned the Bradford County Chapterof Appropriations! and Auditing''commending /
Yawn claims has official approval der was Wducatlonal Reader's ..to their classes and) ,the school's'routine Hospital Rates the American Cancer So- the Board of TRAINING PROGRAM -
I or had it as of Jan. Service 'Caa books were pur- was resumed. Trustees on "the businesslike EARN WHILE YOU LEARN
HORSE. FROLIC chase j' ( ciety and earmarked for research ,
1, 1965. !!. Hi recommendation of Police Chief Bill Rosier and Raised $3 manner in which you have '
J Bradford Judge; Murphree.! when Corrigan various /"county school libra- the Fire !Department assistedin
Riding :Club entered the documents, rlann, 'c]! saay aaid. the search. JConttnuel From Page One] year ended March 31. 1966." PAID VACATIONS, SOME HOLIDAYS
> North refused them as exhibits of The Board also approved It took about 30/mlnutes to FFA Chapters i i
highway 301 ,,
changes in' tW'O 'bus of social security and retirement -
evidence(for the platntlffs..The routes One I make
as thorough search '
a as BUS STIJI1KJTTS; TOtTR | BASE RATE $1.52, STARTING FEB. 1
,Bradford FairGrounds
I County judge questioned, however, the was requested bY> a Lfewtey possible to ,ibe sure the threat : benefits, and certain Judge MeatLast
KENNEDY SIMCE! CENTER
J: necessity of an assessor's drivjrr, Hubert E. Priest was a iioax, Clark said adjustments that must be students *from i' Earning should run $1.70 after gaining experience
Fifty-two
I STARKE guide, which he is under no AletJ Iii Grlffls will drivePriest's ( made in regard' : to new Federal Tuesday/ the Bradford ''
route in the morning Wage te Hour regula- I and Starke Chapters went to Bradford County Junior High'
Sat. & Sun. Jan.' 21, 22 compulsion to the use.Budget; receiving Com !but Priest will continue to run Sewers For tions effective February 1. the local Wlnn-Dlxle store and School attended a space science I Lake Butler Apparel\ Co.
lecture and demonstration at
the afternoon held meat contest.
round Judging
..t I 1:00 P.M. mission.] He said this withdrawal of a : :
l.'o Those John the Kennedy Space" Center last\
the term "promulagted" by relieve over-crowded con- state fund would mean an I attending were LAKE BUTLER FLA.,
fcntry 'VOc the Ieeture-I Idemonstration
Fee 50c per event d .IDI1II1 on Mrs Leoma White- School Allen, David Scott, Skip Friday Following!
the office, Indicating additional $16,000 to $18-
:>T High 'PointPrizesh comptroller's lie thought it sufficientto h, ads' bus she will ,began a f 000 that, must be mace up Nichols, Joe StarlingLloyd which covered .

say the state agency Issued short rounte at 2:20: p.m. each [Continued) From Page One]
lay from Starke Elementary
!. the !guide. mt SR-16 past Green Acres February\ Council authorizedthe
I In earlier] testimony, J. work recommendation of
/Ito on
Crosby's Store. Mrs. White-
P + I !Pierce Smith, Alachua County Ihead will then return to Starke Engin-cer Dom Ruckman of BADCOCK'S NOW UNDER NEW\ MANAGEMENTOPEN
2"Y I tax assessor, testified that he :Elementary for a second load Reynolds, Smith, and Hill*. --
used the capitalization of ''I ,and run her regular route. "Very preliminary work,"
net income Jrwrmila for assessing In other action, the Board: was Ruckman's dencrtpt'on! of :
timberland. He came up I Authorized the saiD, after the two-day survey which he HOUSE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FREE GIFTS

with values on timberland I advertising bids, of a 19R0 says will tell ,hIm where the
very comparable to those ot Ford car which has been, used lines<<1 have to go and enable
tE the timber firms.Conclusion at the bus barn. cost of the project to be esti

.. of the hearings Agreed that B. L, Barnes will mated. City Surveyor Merrill
is expected by the end of the\ cut pine trees on the mew McMillan said< he can have
Charley
week, perhaps as early as Hampton School site and at a crew on the job Monday.
(: Thursday. Judge Murphree is .iStarka- Elementary' to clear Already terming the project! !
E. not expected to give his more playground area. A price a "costly proposition" Ruck-
opinion for sometime, however. of) 'J10O ws agreed to by''both man said the council should
:;Johns It Is :'possible that i he will parties. study the problem with the

'''hand down opinion on the Authorized removal of a I School Board well In :advanceof
Bradford and recent BRoker 10x40 foot metal building at I the start of construction be- .

i. County cases simultaneously. Lawtey Junior -which'!! lia*\ been fore all funds for the new

r I used &9 a tool shed. school are committed.
About this question i .Approved that bids be asked Terming it tooth "feasibleand
.. > ILate Charges for) removal of, the old Hell- desirable" to install the
f Vuto insurance rates have: bronn School building from its line 'prior to construction! of A WHOLE HOUSEFUL OF FURNITURE ,'

gone tip in most states!!, site back of the BHS athletic the school Ruckman said he :

bbt I am surprised at how On Constructiont I field. It has not been used thinks the job can be done ),
Cheap auto insurance |.s In since the new wing at Starke with gravity flow. That will
!Elementary has been complete. eliminate ''a costly pumping
to' )
Florida compared my \ t from Page One] (Accepted low 'bids for separate station.In :
Kbme state. la It I ,
possible other action the council
school's lIbrary Supt. Tom : meat items from four :
tg buy my auto insurance, Casey wild companies Swift, Gertner's, Agreed to refund 111.32 In

from the Charley E. Johns A. third penalty is expectedto BUl's Meats, and Camps'. The 1965 City taxes paid by'Ardell: !
I live bids for of three Crosby ort his warehouse\ property .
Agency even, .tho .. ,
months at the railroad and Wash. I
outside
most: of the year of the $1ooOOOplws
received
field house at Bradford HI Ington. Street. Crosby
Florida ,
of
I i--- -.* ,s T Completion date on that h'l tlw refund,, on difference, 11_
December 28, said. 3SO, in the 1963 tax: assessment ,
Charley Ei. Johns was Casey f "
The' job was expected to be Engineering I of $6, 50 and the $;),000 I.
T Agency termed complete and ready for I figure that wan offered for
the .School Board's Inspoctlnij the property when he put 'It
J 131 S. Walnut St.
Contract I up for sale In protest of his
by Wednesday< ho a.Id. : Okay
v PHONE. '..,984-0201...,.-.."... The Board closed out assessment He contender! Ma
work.J $e5 aaaeasment should be lowered
K1.
r (Continued, From 'Page One! to the amount vf the ,
highest offer! to buy I iti which
: : HEALTH FACTS tors, necessary for many utIlIty was the $ .OOO, 4 8 PC. SOFABED GROUP I

projects.R Appointed. Councilman1-.Jln't- u li u t Sofa Bed With Plastic Trim '
-"I ''started ould' ; most beginners in the medical 3 and, I'8 Don Ruckman my !McRae to meet with CUBB :'- : .Chamrix.4).I 2 Metal Arm Chairs .., \

art'to conquer the-demon "di .ease'. with drugs. I defended the overhead' InCI ease officials In an attempt to Ie- '- ;) ,' 2 Step End Tables I

,too often failed as they'alljdo' } ,.the moref studied all the'council'a Jan 3 nice cure Neighborhood tY o u t'h' .* ly s 31 Cocktail Table) ,
'' I ing. saying It is justified by Funds for the city.
Corps .
and experimented th<"more 'I waif! convinced 'that the Increased' coats to hU: firm Opened ,bids on a new garbage aveir 2 Atfro
:i-eal"cause of dls-ease, was impinged nerves,*and that Qualified engineers are difficult truck and 'body, turning them Priced Separately91 08.' ri -"*
the adjustment was the montMaeientiflcl' to find he Mid eh .
; Chiropractic now, and all over to the Streets and I
11 i PC. BEDROOM GROUP
'! Results what"count some must bar retained on the
,iway to releaflept": ; ) are Garbage Committee for analy f"
when given bring permanent R. <.S and H staff sis. Bids were received on two 3 PIECE BEDROOM SUITE .
Chiropractic scientifically
:and care, 1. Innerspring Mattress -,>' \ !
about results. VVm. A. Seeley M.[ D., Tipton, low even though they may not bused size of tracks and on the )
: : ) | on.,Doha an the time. The truck and body -as *
For the best health possible! consider Chiropractic Increase In overhead' wilT help separately *" : Chenille Bedspread :
2 Foam Pillows
:first, medicine second, and surgery only as a last absorb when he the is Idle Inspector's Ruckman alary explained Agreed the 1967 to Bradford purchase a County pageIn $ '- -::1' : ; jj 2 Boudoir lamps f < Ih' I

:resort. ,, 3 5 I k:8usrrblr: +st '-+ 3' x 5'Throw Rug t-
Fair Program* .," '_ ,..!._ .. sv
The new contract also In. +1..1. "I j
: Published as a Public Service by the I Priced Separately S1 5 8
ludes $1.5000) ) annual retainer :
: )-f'l E./Fla.) Chiropractic" Assn. for consulting services and an Land Use MapIs I. I DOWN ;" 5 PC.:DINETTE '

L I $4. A WttK \..J osn Rx angvlar Table

.'... ,;,.. ""I' I Authorized r Extvntion 1 leaf I'I'L
j 4Upholsl.rad

.'t', 11" fContlnned Plow Pale: One] 5- Padded Scat Chain .
,II t* i Is Priced
land map of the county. $OQ88
,
." Separately
*
1r4;. After discusson. he agreed to
I ..r ,
j with assistance
.. help prepare one 1
i by John, Torodc. Itjls' t .Q

I.. 4r: ', hoped the map will be complete ,'y, / r :>,*,, !,t Pi.c. Set of Diah.a

__ i by the next, meeting- ,. t ; ,; with 3-roe Group Pureh e.a1J I
.... I set for Feb. 14. at 7:30: p. m.
,.. .. 1 tn-the ;Chamber of,Commerce-

office. ,
1"l" .
It was also 'decided that
1 various members of the com-
.Mr. WEIGH :
mittee 'should contact the >K >'
a'
I i. BUY ALL 3 ROOMS OR
I city -councils 'Of municipalities' !- ..
'S J
I;, EACH ROOM SEPARATEv!
; the advantages of In the.tounty" which do .' asM /t.SlirIN6
,
not have' Boning 'nodes and Ptkd s.pa.l.ly .1>.mlH.l l Jilt,, INCUWim. ,
'oTer 'to asslsfln the preparation .r -
'
Ht! g q i Savings Account '
the
-of one' durinj
'.
This is the Time of Year Badcock is
.
e .._.:!' ', =-.' ..k..J... .. ., course study Basil of the vis'was! committee's dele J Idt, .- : Running aCLEARANCE

SAFETY through gated to contact the Brooker 5 SALE
i'1 council.. Ernest trlfst the .5'

''':1 rak: insured i Hampton Board, flni 'forode i .
Saving -
,
'01"
:
y was' assigned'" ttf' meet. at, the .A Lot of Fine Furniture Marked Down for Clearance
Lawtey' council.

EARNING POWER The eonmgr code,
} fl1 county
tKiwever. J win"not affect. land Here Is Just A Sample ? i,

I AVAILABILItY in irrunhrtpalltlw.

1 0 "'e" ..,. .,.U1ll"' &lY& Chairman .Roberts gave the
', .1 .
J ,:. OF FUNDS 1 County members ordinance'copies of. ''study Clay, LIVING! ROOM SUITES .

r and said he will have other
A ;. material available soon. REG. LAMPS12' PRICE

I E :Savo with usl!' "We "icnW we C"an't! do : Now $ i 14995

i anything about existing conditions $299.95 ,
but we can suggest
regulations on future growthof

the county," Roberts told, ,
: 1Ile'r Savings and Loan Associaton his group. -

members
Other who attended -

r :: IiiiJ OPSTAUKE __1Ji the meeting were e t

Mrs. Betty'"Edwards, secretary -
218, N. Temple Ave. Phone 961-0300 of the committee: Vincent '
HERMAN
WILLIS Owner
Spengler and David Manager 128 S. Walnut St.

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JAN. 19, 1987' BRADFORD OOtJUTT T !:a1tArn: 9TAItKK.': FLORID -. .AlE .'.,'1:
___u .__.. __ ._ srI
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such, as this year's Tornadoes Loses 52-48 To OcalaTOI'ellado i 0, P. !McLeod 1-8-10/ Brown
seem so eradlc 2-3-7. W. McLeod 8. --1', :
Crosby 1-0()....4, .Total .3-12-- "
SPORTS One Implication would, be 68. -.
that the learn hasn't Jelled Five Tops Jackets 58-35 St. Aug. Reese S-5-11,
yet. They have all the qualifications Davis 3-O--6. Reddy 8-2-8f
I for one of the -- Flautt (0-0) )--0, Pant 0-0-'O,

creates. teams ever at BUS, Dump'rg completely outclassed Then that three consecutivefloor Neublt O-O-0, etaiuel, '1-0 a.
Orange Park Here Friday but to date their hellfht.shOCltlnll' St. Augustine 58-33: I Tr'-Th mistakes in the final !Mauldin 0-2--2. Rhoden 0-2-
2, Patton 0-2-2, Totals -
skill rebounding
Tuesday night gave the Tornado period settled It for good.
strength, and: floor tattles I basketballers th-'lr: ninth I Iwy4ae.b "We' just didn't go down: 33.
Two Set For Just haven't been put together win after losing their third In there to play 'ball," said Coach Ocala Game 'OJ'
Tough CagersCoach for an entire. game. a weekend: contest 62-58 to 4 Adkk-.son.:: BHS 12 13 11 13.IS. .
Class AA Ocala. "You can't win when you Ocala 12 1311 16--32BHS ">
In basketball that's not shone mistakes and poor shoot 33 per cent and don't Reddish 8-2.;-S,
Warney Adklnson'a i 21. The Blue Devils, have lost I i too bad considering the fact shooting: coet Coach \\'arn.cyI shoot 75 times." The Tornadoes White 5-0-10, 'Jackson 3-1-, ,I
five will tackle two toughies only one game -- to Class B'' that all the championships I &:tlnaon's five the boas to made only 19 of 57 field goals 7, P. McLeod 3-1-6, Brown"*
this weekend in Orango Park Macclonny the defending state TORNADO are based on Tournament Ocala's Wildcats In a road for 33 per cent and hit 10 of 0-3-3. W. :McLeod 6-3-IS**.
and perernlally rough Green champions! who owned a 48-0 winners. The Tornadoes will : game that Haw the two teams 20 foul shots for BO per cent Crosby 0.00, Total 19-10-
Cove Springs plus a workout record after taking Lake City face their first tournament ''tattle an even score Into the neither average up to per. 48.
next Tuesday at Santa Fe. 53-35 Tuesday night. The Tor- T the 9th, 10, 11th of February final period. The Tornadoes Statistics' Ocala Hindmoin 0.0--Or: **
The 'Friday, Jan. 2O game nadoes beat Lake City 71-40, a when the Florida Star Con- have so far lost to only one BHS 11 17 20 10( .-68 stem 4-2: -1(), Orr 6-3--15.
has ,been.switched to the Brad- 31 point margin, earlier this A ference will hold Its annual Clnaa A team In 12 j frames 59, St Aug. 5 10 11 7-35 Hogah 3-2-8, Grant 204JnrWaldon ;
I'
ford High"gym from Orange season. L affair at Lake City.Big defending State Champion BHS Reddish. 6-1-13.Whltk 2-1-5. tellBprm&nh *-
I Park /because the new gym Baker County beat Green! -i Dunedl. 5-O-10 Jackson (0-O- 10( Total 2o-U..IJZ.
Cove 28 points when the Devils I
not
there Is completed. Though
made the mistake of trying Red has beaten all Jumping oft to: an. 11-5 first ,
miserable
the Orangemen own a -
I their conference opponents period margin over St. Augus
to run with the speedy Wild.
1-6 record, Adklnson la -
except! Orange Park who tine's Yellow Jackets, the .. -.
them with cats in the second half. I
treating great respect -
because of big 6-8 Johnehlichtman But Green Cove has a "real a they play here at home this Tornadoes never relinquishedtheir DeWitt C. Jones Funeral 'Home :
fine ball club their shortest Friday night and are odcls- advantage. They) out-re- .
$ a Tornado ne- starter Is 6-1" Coach Adkin- 13y Jim TempLe1 ., on favorites to>> pick up their bounded the shorter Jackets STARKE-PHONE 964.2600 :
last rr"a
msis season. y
second Conference Crown In and stole 'ball repeatedly snowing 13
ECII; says The Devils first six ,
Getting, by Orange Park men stand 6-5. 663, 6-3, a row. From there they will under the visitors until r KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-PHONE, 473-3176. :
I last season was no task. By Jim Temple F .
easy Coach Adklnson
6-2, and 6-1. move on February 24th- Sth began taking i I r.'t'
Schllchtman bucketed 27 and I The Tornado cage team Is to the Group 4 Tournamentand his first five off the floor 'e .
''I 33 points a total of 60 points) The Devils, duo of Mr. Out- still running hot and cold. so on. By that time Big Wayne 'McLeod led the Tor- Rental Service. ;
in two games against the Tor- side (Pat Tuggles) and Mr. Against Lake City on the Red will be running wide nadoes., with 16. a night that V.
I nadoes. In the game he hit Inside (Don Bowles) will pone 10th of January they were open and red hot. saw his season average drop HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS .
33, BHS barely' edged by witha a threat to the Tornadoes too led hot. In Ocala last Friday from 20.9 to 20.5. Paul Mc-
three point margin. Bowles scored 28 points when Leod ?sII CRUTCHES ;
they were cold and lost to grabbed 14 rebounds to
Green Cove Fernandin.a I predict Orange Park will
Orange Park will ,be an experienced beat the "AA" Wl<*cat by four lead In that department, I L_ A t .t"
75-51 fall this Friday Green Cove
Tuesday night.
team too, havingall Larry Brown was also hot .
paints.
their '6ft team back except Santa Fe basketballers are Saturday and Santa Fe next on the boards l until he fouled -. '., 'I -
in the midst of a rebuildingyear < Tuesday: to an Improved: Tor- out In the
one man."He's St. Augustine came to third period. Tall 6-H } be"Reduced"
Why
with only two veterans nado team. Bruce Jackson took his place,
a good 'tooy," the BHS Starke Tuesday night and s.
/
I 'back from last seasons squad. however /1 T
and continued to 4 .
mentor says of Big/ John, "He for most of the game It look- '
CORRECTIONMrs. l I 'a'
can hit from anywhere." The starting five Is rourded like the hometown boys were dominate the 'boards even with Wayne McLecxI driven in for a liiyup niculnat St AiiKutttln, ?
.So much has Adkin- out 'toy three former B-teamtra suffering from another severe Jean Wade of Starke all the regulars on the 'bench. two of 16 point ho scored in Inn TortiutloeH S8-33 rout of the
son for Orange respect Park that he's and the Rebels have won only freeze. It was not until the not Mrs. Jean Webb!>, as reported Four Tornadoes were In dou- Jackets in the local mm Tuesday. night for their 11th win. "

making, defensive change in three games.They 3rd quarter that Coach Ad- ] who was among six ibis] figures againat the Jackets The Tornadoes are now 8-1 In regular n atoii play sffiiiiiHt ;(
{
were edged by P. K. 'behind Wayne McLeoU cameGl'eg'
an effort to stop the 'big; man. 1 klnson's quintet opened a Santa Fe Junior College practical Class. A competition Mrlnd In the loci. file's leading Morcr -
Yonge 46-44 In the final three Reddish with 13 while .
A road trip to Green Cove wide gap In the score and : nursing students awarded with u 20.5 point average through II ,
seconds Tuesday night. Next Paul McLeod and Bobby White glUn"
put the on Ice by a scholarship loam In recent -' k fI
Springswill put the Tornadoesto Tuesday's Jan. 24 contest with game had 10 each. Brownr contributed ? ti
comfortable margin. What statewide. competitive ex several Into baskets. He stole)I'' and the { '
the poor marksmanship f.1 '
test Saturday night Jan. the Rebels at 7 points before he left with ; I :
the bull two slralght; times and Tornadoes stayed In th. Rime ( 1 i
5:18: left In the third period. 17 0/,. Otis
amination.je, Keeping the pressure uu the made two consecutive luyupa., against Ocala Into the final
I Jacket the Tornadoes ran. Paul McLeod had eight rebounds period. The score was tied at "
their lead up to 26 points. ''the second ;halt and the tend of the first threa per- \

'- -' A Personal Message From Herman Willis Brown the and boards Paul"McLeod In the dominated first. Bruce Jackson Oral seven Lena. iods The 12-12 Wildcats, 25-20 jumped:, 36-36.out In i j \( \

half and BHS stole the ball (Even with their mistakes, :front In ''the fourth period on '. r/ V J-y! i: ::
4 New Owner Of six times. a foul shot!\ then the Tornadoes l ..
'y ''Reddish turned Into a real made three straight floor mistakes
a = Badcock Furniture & Appliances ball hawk the record half getting s and allowed the 'Cat '
"Reduced" U' a word for" who ('hasn'tplanned
i iI six steals and turning three consecutive field rfuals. anyone ,
Ocala 'built 10
ro up a point ahead saved ahead to ,have ,an .I interest- ,
this entire to I spread largest of the evening, .
I + "I would like to personally invite the people of area our I
1 1t Get-Acquainted Open House Friday and Saturday. I would like to meet Airs. Cross 74, could a disadvantage not overcome.the Toi'nudoea earning savings I reserve here in the event of .

each of personally( so come on in and browse around. If you haven'tbeen
you
BHS led by six points in an, unexpected personal family, or business :
'
s 'c:b r d In recently you're in for a surprise. We now have two big floors Services Held the first period but they also

', 4 of lovely furniture plus a warehouse full. He pure to see our newly ,threw the ball. away three cOtel JCenc,'. +.
re-arransred second floor with newly-stocked really nice furniture including Tuesday straight times and the Wildcats i

-y Early American Modern, and a new line of Provincial furniture I scored on each break to tie I Start saving here regularly NOW! '
r in a wide selection. You'll be pleased with its quality. We now carry 'Services were held Tuesday It up. I i "f I i<;

I Maytag washers! and dryers and the Norge line of appliances!!! both for Mrs. Lavanla. B Cross 74,, A five point lead In the ,' HOME OWNED-.HOME OPERATED
4e en the floor and in the warehouse. The new warehouse immediately of Lake Geneva who died In 2Q third prlod was erased< when'
behind the store enables us to stock an increased and better selection a Starke hospital Saturday I P the Tornadoes lost the ball on
( an offensive foul and
on 1 a The State Bank"OF I
morning after a short Ill Community
I of home furnishings. So bring the family on in Friday and Saturday walking violation. Tin 'Cats
''< and receive a FREE GIFT.' ness.Born turned both those ml.uakes
t
In Delaware County I STARKE
Herman Willis Indiana on April 3. 1093 she I r Into 'ibaakets added a charity j

was the daughter of the late I chance, and tied It again. MEMBER F. D. I. C.
HERMAN WILLIS I
William and Lucy Wilkinson _
Beall. She was a member of i 14t; __ -----

the Christian Church. FORD 5 YEAR 50,000 MILE WARRANTY
ISTAIUSHID '..04Badc Surviving ]IB her husband. _- -
} Howard: E. Cross of Lake 3
r cIt Z
E...: i 1T Geneva; two daughters. Mrs.
FURNITURE and APPLIANCES( Vivian Mutenpaugh of NewCastle j
Indiana and Mrs' TERiLLEGAR MOTORS r

62nd I Marian D. Reavis of Indian '.
apolis, Indiana; three dons:I
Paul Rea Ward of New Castle I a'w '

I Ind., Eugene F. Cross of,, j r
Indianapolis: and Howard Save On Fords
I Cross Jr. of Erie Tern. I "LTTPaul d
Services were held Tuesday
,' .., at Main and Sons Funeral' I :E I>
t a Home Chapel In New Castle.)
4'S .r-: Indiana. Burial was in the oNOW
._ family' plot in New Lisbon nicLeod brings one of
AUTHENTIC Cemetery his. II rebounds. and assists o k :

)' ff 1 American Styling DeWltt C. Jones Funeral' 1 against St, Augustine Tuesday cTin 1
> Early Home of Starke was! In night. Paul Is the Tornadoes':
e e r charge of local arrangements second leading rebounder with I
an 8.1 average, behind Larry i ;
Brown's 8.4. lie al-to. ranks a We almost of clean cars '

Services Held recond 10.9 average.In field goals with a i are out .used ,



\ 4 1 Tuesday For I I inC so we are offering the highest trade-in


, : __ rn _I Rev. WilliamsServices I I allowances on new 1967 Fords NOW! i

were held Tuesday:
Q
for Rev Elliott Williams 83,
Mat SIZE who died early Sunday .

t-f'A" morning In a local hospital 2U4 New- Ford Cars and
: TV RECLINER following a long illness.A C

*Glove Soft Eipondcd Ptatta resident of the Starke ; Trucks.
Select/
f Bread Pillow Bad area most of his life Rev. I 48 to From f1
tTM' *foam Topper.nSear ,Williams WM born In Rose- I OQ

4' *iv Po.i- *ningi1 C.bi*> hill. S. C. Jan. 3, 1884. He 7.. z Bank Financing
B tfl. OHv* was a member of the Bethel '
e Brawn a Black Baptist Church. C
k Gold Surviving Is his widow, Iola I

a Cooper son, William Albert of Williams Starke of; 5 YEAR OB MILE

..., Starke; two daughters. : Mrs.A. For heap big .a...... on .a: 50,000
C. Bass of Kenansvllle, ...rla.ur.aooob.ckSt.teF.ram'.ra -<
=1.23AWEEK Finisht Fl..., and Mr Dorothy Chtl- .
Beautiful Maple low
.Plattichcd dress of Orlando; a brother, WARRANTY ON ALL
etK Top SuifocM Bedroom Suite Hardy William of Jackson- rates-rates so low that ,
a TamlihProofHardwor. ville, and seven grandchildren one out of two may save

.ak" Truly a "tramindaut B.dtoom Valua. Our buyr ..arcK.dIh. Important dollars. And NEW 1967FORDS.' '
markets for this .."101101001 buy. Oovdrawer. Services 'Were held from eheekStateFarm serviceso

DECORATOR s 3 pc. Suite, contrnKtion, Nlt-typa wood from ml,,_.. Jones Memorial Chapel with outstanding that o
't Rev. W. L. Newmans and
CABINET i IndudxiDaublt ,
[ rMi Sliding Gloss Doer Dretwr Halcoelc' 95 Rev Calvin Johns officiating. people Insure more ears cfin With Clyde Terwillegar

100' OF USE t I aDrowse with 'm.c1 Chett M.r, Certifl4H1 S 7 9 Burial Cemetery_ was'. ", In Klngnley Lake with else.us than Callme with g,5,55.anyone i C

tncoeoCAMtarMHCAilMIT' $19" sine
DeWltt! ; C. Jones Funeral
for
e Full Silo Potter Bed today .JIlL

.a.OOMC weoew.sownssevs.e>*cu you*werutt DIU'JlIS SIDOWII i i H,.. with feel Price $5 DOWN $1.75AWEEN Home rangements.was in charge of ar aU the detail! I..a.--...' : "< vpv TODAY-- ,

.. YIOlUDWrA i11RriISIZI GIFTS TRAVEL SCENES SHOWN I trJ .

'4'534"531' FREE C. H. Nasworthy, local appliance MERRITT H.WILLIAMS .

FRIDAY & SATURDAY showed and color furniture elide at dealer'the, i 1n Your Used Car Is Worth More

117 N. Wali.ut St.
** Rotary Club Tuesday that he

W. S; Badcock Furniture And Appliances Associate Store waii.the had. ':Bahama photographed The tripe Islands were on and won trips Ha-by to ,, Phone 96.1.-:391 I NOW d_ ''fFORD


, HERMAN WILLIS, Owner 128 S. Walnut St. the Nasworthys in competition IHTI nm wnu. wrwwttr unmet( P flails ease 5 YEAR 50,000 MILE WARRANTYTJlURSDU'
with other
appliance MM Illltt: MMIIMIIN Muses"
.dealers.. I
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SIX "RADFORD roDNTT nr.1.!=OKAFn. STARKS. FLORIDA __ TUVRSDAV, iAN 1!I. 1"87
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750 Attend I 'mil urrtl of the' three''tol
I i-I> Wade sltn had removed her<< normal life span In Additionto pm.The Institute represents n "expert, ,l Milder bin I tin to )lionril,how shall ftooilfaltli

I tent t belt Just before the I":- the terrible emotional and continuation of a tllI'.eyel1'1"Oj1'1I !'- IUI.U>l'-Oltt> COl'N'I'nO.ln!) I III fiilflllliiu Iliflr. pinIVIHHlltt. -
Farm Bureau ""IlIClIlo m of Instruction which' OK 1'UKL.IU' t INH-I: 'III( 'I'TIO.N .. ..
I social consequences 1'. f). l lt-A Wl.'lt; II.Ill II. Tliu. mivi'i'iwrul. bliMur .1 hullHliuv
Mr. Pierce pointed out that FSU is conducting for the) Department HTAIIKK: I I :J. FIXUdUA I I ttvldi'iue' tint Ito and' /

Family Night Pierce Heads March of Dimes funds have of Defi-noo and I hone !llriuiroril JANl'AUy' c iiitity.17 UNITTim Board ..f or I Iniuiri'd|IM! iiiiiniuny Ity .an iiwceptuMw In. liioucrly, InHiirlnir -
of 12 scheduled to bo heldIn ]
.
made It possible to establish/ I'iabi Ic liiHlruutlun will rcoulvn
In the ful low-
Food fellowship! 1I1lt1 i fun .. Business PhaseOf a national network of treatment tho State during the year. ",.;.,.. :4 limn in \UK i were the order of the day '' Heir In cooperation with thellracltord I'uui Htrrul StIIid.: i'lorlda I- AVurknian'M Ci.>iiivi. >iiMfitliii
when dome ISO Farm Bureau Dimes March centers where children. ) fur, rviuuvlnir, UHU (UIi-Nli'y i> II. I',,"I ractor's lJn ItlIltyC'n't'atlnna :
County Board of riumu building tree Us silo at
members. families and once considered hopeless.I County Commissioners and thi I L...' JSlUlKU. ft...Ill'MIHI 1 'y Ml"(Hill.SlnrUo. '. Ft.' 1. (Ml.OllO.-IIOO.VOOp
gathered in the George II Pierce. of the I may receive the very best : Fit rliln. (k nnll ua tho i>. t2 .ooo
guests
Florida Civil Defon.se Agency, I
: Thomas & Pierce law firm treatment. Hcllbron, IiuiI.I inguntil) Oori.. ,trni'til, ,nl LIII.,bill Iy:
Brooker school cafeteria Saturday < ( "Other tho Institute Is designed to 10:00: A..M. ruuniliiy.Kviiruiiry I II I I. .,.0..( ("IIII/( I I 100IKII()
night for !a Family tins 'arreptpd appointment as March of Dimes acquaint froventmw' officials! T, i 111117) l I'. 1.). a.ooo
.
.liulrman& of the Business programs aim at eliminating with I II. m-flliiir' to I 111ii fi"IluW I SIC siM'il- 7. lIds Hllllll", lit' H" ,""',) Illlllmarked "
Nl ht; coveted dish supper'and and community leaders! r..II..III1. : "HIM' i
program. and In 'n.stry Committee for bb't.Jdefects through research the latent procedures! and I. !Ulilclum. are IlIvll oil 'co I lnBIUMI .We Mix.I.. :Itti,I 1,1, lain-on:' l-temo"llIJ;
: Fried chicken and hot rolls the 1967 March of Dimes in and a long-term pro- equipment I for protectioaagainst ( thn afuri'tni'iitlunitlprvnilNvit 8. It Hildltluniil, I I ii fortiati I Ion IK.
t. Bradford-Union County. ac- gram of educating expectant ", und iiny 'liiforiuutHtin n.l-I.' I It I nniy. .tin nhtnln.ycmitactlnff
'were provided b.x the Fann,: I nuclear und natural ruiIIiI'uI| l will liv ""ro"lcI'd'Y this office 5614-
Bureau to with salads, co'dlnto( James L. Temple, mothers In the Importanceof disasters thin. offli)c. I 1211I .
go
I campaign chairman.In pre-natal care," the chair- 2. The nufueMHrill bidder' 1 such I). Tliw Itnurd. rviarvt'M. tho right
vegetables and desserts County officials, city officials l hto r""I|>utiHlblu fur "'""'0\81 to reject nnv "-r ,nil lililHUllAliPO1tl .
brought by the accepting chairmanship man added. of all municipalities lathe of Hi II) matvrliilf, r..III1IH.d..rlM. > t'Ol'NTY;
mcr.'bershp.1 01 the group which will seek "By supporting the Marchof county, and..clvlc leaders ,i-tc. from tlu> mliui.lHltv lll)>.\It)It O).' PCllLilC
After supper a programwas and shall li'iivu the 11111 INSTHL't'TION: ;
Holiday Inn Stock held in the school audi : individual and corporate Dimes, Mr. Pierce said have ,been invited to atUndi now uiituplod, by tlu HU|>JIbulldlnir "-<"I Thulium I.. I'liiey, Ji I'.,
torlum where new provisions, contributions for the fight "we contribute to the conquest -i I the institute which wIll be ", In'a C'lvan I'aked- /Mu, |>frlntonvntmn

Share of .stork In lluliiluy IIIIIH (Amrrlru were &prws. .'nl- affectlnqr against birth defects, Mr. of disease In a very conducted by faculty mi.r.ibera, ::1. (Th.v .-r. Duut-eitHfu & Law
of the Wage Hour -
'I COMPANY ,.. __._.____.. __ _.____
eel by the oincr.. of Holiday Inn of Nfurke to elfclit/ ........".1.l..-I farm labor. and effec1ttve | Pierce said that businessmen rersonal war, and we pre- from FSU Walter Murpheyof .hut, ** .a i l'C''1,41' l r | Mini luul. Henry Motes small and large. should set serve one of the vanishing Gainesville, Civil Defense .1h'Yll, '.. from I lh<' aural I'ITVNAMI __
and lmiiii.trnHv I-I< > ] '
Dry l II OJ M"" romplrtml one !"ar February 1 were explained -j j "lr. I for LIe rcmvalull <
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1":1.1'-:1'110-011: : : ': NO.
outlets for Individual
of employment. with tlie. Inn. here UN of Owrrnher. 23. by Bob Bennett of the an example of good citizenship creativity -' area coordinator for: North "inHtprlulM. Httncihtiir ofnttiturlnlif '. Nt TITLM __ ___ _
and do everything possible -, and generosity.1' Florida, will attend.A anil' thotr I ) dlHpnHiillillull I I ': .__ .. .____ _
of C of C Fete llS.\'J'IJ.I'
records keeping divisions IIP -
PrpMCJitallon, of the ..hl&.". UIIH nuulo by Patu Cnaln. nuuiBffPr I In koi'pInK" with I tin- it I-II'
to encourage nova of, exliti nan city i'.'<|iiiri'iTit'nmNo .
to this group plrturfit 4fnun bit. ): Ida Moa' .. Shaw! dpllk the State Farm Bureau of their people to participate' In EmergencyPreparedness, CUsnlfled: fn the-TtLE- : 8toriiir. *> of tliatul-llilu. I shim. II
fice. He emphasized:.! the importance Set Jan. 28 t bo ,
pormittod" the Job BltoAny
on
flerkj I Kilfrur" DukrM, maintenance nfrlnppr; ,: iirt1.e KilwardM: of keeping accurate civic activities such:: as the I GRAPII brings,, results. Ins. teriatis Hohl' u
r<*tta
Von., l' ......,kN.p..r ,JII"" I)uk<*,H, dosk. rli-rk; unit Linda Wilwn. I. by Wage & Hour. officials Tom Casey chairman. of the "This campaign! dPoi. witha Meet Set 4. 'F hi., Htlcr' ''.HHftlt I Mtldcr tun xfirct

de nounced that Henry G. Motes< ini'nilnM. : work the HIIIIII. (Ju1MM
Is not In photograph. Doke district field every community. Mr. An Institute for Emergency THE RIGHT POINT for the tho blrl op u nt I tiff. ufur-
Jr. of Jacksonville, will be 7oto.OSc
representative. of the State Pierce said. "More than 250.- Preparedness will be presented way you write. Come In and nn ntlonerl. .
at the 20th ,
the main speaker 5. 'I'h Kin cxHlirill I tilrldi-r nllullb
Farm Bureau announcedthat Annual Chamber of Commerce 000 American babies. are born l by Florida State University at elect you" favorite EST":&. I .> r..rtilr|, ,'d 1 to i I.ruvl l,. u $bu'
a meeting would be held ench year with birth defects.If Bradford County Civil' Defense BROOK aountaln pen. TELE. pi.rformiUK. .e bund or "'a,sit cr'shc'k : 666
The affair will ''be held ,.
,
banquet. ''' tluHHtiror'i" 'h k or'
at the state headquarters in at the Starke Golf & Country left untreated, just one of I Headquarters (Fairgrounds) ORUII.I draft ..r any national. t. 01"t' unit tIJe

CQtton Gainesville on Tuesday Jan. Olulb Saturday, night: Jin. 28. these Infants can cost society Monday night, Jan. 23, at 7

24; starting ..t 0 n. m. to explain A native of rnlatkn. Mr. _._ --

I a simplified system of Moats graduated from the Uni-

record keeping. He urged/ versity of Floildn and In vlrr

members to attend this ses president and co-owner ot) the L ec C

sion. E. H. Thompson Co., a hotel I .

wasKing Lonnie Harlcy] Bradford and rcHtaurant equipment

. Farm Bureau president announced pany In Jacksonville.He com"j
... :! that the Family has. been active In

Nlirht suppers will be held affairs, Including membership

quarterly. and location of on the Committee of 100 midIs

one to be held this spring on the Board of Governors

will be announced later. of tile Jacksonville' Area Chamber

County Agent O. T. Hus-: of Commeice. I
Klna auctioned off a ham for Insurance Problems? HASTINGS MATTRESS CARL BEGGS I INS UI{.'NCK I BE SURE!: TO 8KB!:!!: WORLD

the benefit of the March of 4alt! the Man From I & UPHOLSTERY WORKS AT REDUCED RATES BOOK before buying UUPjther '
Dimes campaign with Wade 3-Car Wreck "KEYSTONE"George 710>> Lemon St. Palatka I Gulf Service I AUTO. FIRE, BOAT encyclopedia. AC.: A.

Gasklns as the successful Furniture Repaired I'HED PARTS DOYLE E. CONNER Payne your beaT. reprt nta*

C:: bidder. Injures TrioA E. LaRue Upholstered & Refinished 'Top Priori for %S'n.('ki'l. Tart INSURANCE AGENCY tlve since 100& Box 1211.I .

4)) K'jvstone; Height.. .l\IATTOOSSES REBUILTNew 21 Hour Wrecker Service I uchg I Phone B64-67M ttcirm

11 Mothers March into the >nth Consultant For All Your Fuel Oil
left turn t Innerspringa --- --- ,
FI NEST CUBED TCFJ in town Power ToolsArea
HI For Dimes Set of an oncoming vehicle 0"1 Insurance! NeedsRepresenting : and Box Springs AAA S i II Green :Stinnp. only 40<' per bag Jimmy Myers

__, U. S. 301 Sunday caused Drop l/'i A Card IIr Call IIwy. SOI N. Wulilo468imm i Moore's Gulf at <'orner of 301 H "'qu.1"ter. ForLawnmmvem
I "Birth cetects! kill and three-car nmn>ifiip find Injured Great American Inn. Co. FALATKA EA 3-9166 : and 100. 6tp 2-2 I' Pow"' TovMMcCtilloch
cripple hundreds of thousands three pci'sons, none The Travelers Ins. Co. Chain ftawa
MAS. PEGGY 8UALLER
H of babies every 5 ear. seriously.] Tel. 473-4692 Day NO 481 FIVE ACRE FARM Pump "& Water SyntenuBrlgpj !

1E 1 1a The March of Dimes Is tryIng Elijah Dean, 41yearoldNegro 473.4325 Nltes 209 E. Adklns St. Beautifully landscaped lawn. MARY .I: Stratton Enctnm

to stop this destruction: from Tlfton Co... was Auto Fire. Horn Business Starke Agent 2 houses, outbuildings. fruit Rental Sale, Herviea!

and I want to help." charged with driving while Intoxicated Monthly' Payment Plan and nut trees. On paved 330 NE.} 16th Av.

I I Ii Mrs. Ann Godwin made by FHP Trooper J" NEW FURNISHEDONE highway. Yours for only $7- Galne vlll. S78-U
Wade. Dean made A k'fi I CARTER 11ttcllC'
D. 700. .
this comment as she prepared 190(1( ONE STOPMASONRY _________________
to get the 19S7 Mothers turn. into the path of a BEDROOM I I NO. 490 CORNER LOT
i i I IL March for the March of Pontiac sedan driven l>> !a SERVICE 200' x 210' Frame 3 bedroom ''IT'S NEVER TOO LATK: TO
"
Maryland' couple. APARTMENTS LEARN. Register now. Adult
Baltimore house
In excellent shape
Dimes underway: In Bradford be Mr. R.doIl's.: John EJ 'm01Kimlk I Really Mix. all nlz Concrete Well shaded lawn. Barn A- PAINTSComplete KducaUon:: clasHea. Elementaryan4
: County. The march will
Blcx'k' ; ull I type Hand; I Secondary Phone 864-2701
L held near the end of Janu- Joining act'eage available
Impact between the two vehicles Prpoant UnU... Kvnrythlnc NEXT TO BUS day: 964-3071 veningfl. tf
Just *tl60f> and Boo-1 terms Line
: ary."When knocked Dean s |>'ckup invennary for concrete ma-
Kl lsct. Beast, and Air ConJ. I STROUT REALTY
the Marching truck into the side\ of a 1938: scary ron"t".tlon.We 8117 N. Tempi.1'. of FOGS FOR SALE-farm trash
Mother says Please! Mrs driven by Leroy will meet any prlcr on I B. C. Holitxendorf, 1% mile

a ---.-...-- -=__------r----_ ...- ------ V Godwin appealed. "Won't Buick Burton.nedan.30, Waldo. tpp.d, atBuck's all materials. within Bradford Phone 9O9-349I(U.S. 801) on BVlwtpfto Road. tfchy
-= -- I you give to give a child a Grocery" wailtlng! to County .\ND STIIXMAINTAIN Call i Starke Paintsand
; QUALITY. TilE RIGHT POINT for the
( chance. enter the highway 'i MR. MASON : FOB P.EKT-One and 2 be-1- I the way you write. Come bland

but not in'mattresses I Masonic Officers KusVk and his wife. Anna BRADFORDENGINEERING T'OOIIapartments furnished o: select your favorite ES-

both 52, and Burton were taken :I CO. care of Ernest Tew unfurnished. Reasonable. W TEKBROOK fountain pen.
Are Elected to Bradford County Honpital j! H Nollman 510( N Cherry E;
Ph. 964-2521 t :
Starke SuppliesFor E1.EORAPH.
the only ono Realty Inc.
I Mrs.- KiLslk was I tfch '
Officers elected and appointed admitted, however and she YOUR BEST BARGAIN ( IIHISTIlAYAWAY:
for Bradford Lodge' was released Monday.The ADULT EDUCATION classes. ,: Gainesville, Ph. 376-6161 WANTED Waitresses applyIn LEFT: UNCLAIMED: ;

N\;:>. 35 F. te: A. M. for 1967 acclclci' occurred at I Join now. Elementary and I 2906 N. W. 13th St. I person Leeds Restaurant*t All! Purposes ZIO ZAG SEWING MACHINES -

last week are: 12:43: p.m. Sunday, It half mile Secondary( Phone. 904-2701 I an-i Drive In tfon' : We have two 1967 Dial-O-

MALONE James Oentry. WM: Carl north of the Stniko (city limitsat days: 064-3071 evening's. I If. 2 BEDROOM houw for rwit, ,Mil tic Zig Zujrs that have never
;t nrJl. SW James Put Buck'H Oiwpiy, I bnen used Christ-
1408 N. Randall St. 2 blocks from Lake Geneva I iri ZIPPERS They were
JW: Gene long 1n1'1: Damages were jijiproxiuiate-? ,MARRIED COUPLES WANT. Green Acres: township of Lake Geneva. CrtMor man law-awnys. never pick -
Herbert Green. secretary ly $700 to left front and, right; KD; for cottage parent work. Customers left this, .
: write up. area;
ISO x in Fenced l<.t, playhouse J. E Abridge, Key 7 & 10 In lOc
I side of Deans pickup, $1,225: start at unable to locate them.
Couples
has revolutionized mattress Thomas Howell. cl'aplaln: $445 per mon. storage, three bedroom stone Hts, Flu 473-4506 we are
Albert] Garner, SD: Delbert I to the front end of the Ku.-fik I Minimum education 9, age 21 two bath. Zip 1 '19 14 15c You can have these sewing
manufacture with its perfected Nettles. JD: Charles Dlnklns, I ISS car, and $75 to the right side plus. 5 day ,week.' In general central heat masonry machine"! for the balance of
drape rods
: Hal Hamilton. JS. Uen-I| of Burton Dulck married couples work name car- SERVICE STATION for! sale' 22 25c J47 each ash or terms Phone

FOAM OVER INNERSPRING ry Godwin. Tyler: Glenn Mrs. Kusik, most .seriously shift Qualified single persoim port with paved walkway or for rent Major oil rom-I| COLLBCT Jacksonville 333.:

Wade marshall. -- also except.,d. If Interested an<,J driveway. 18 year mOI.t"aRe -! pany. j good location. 1041' anytime. Will deliver n.o.

construction, the comfort of foam I = apply in perwn. Personnel Office with $78.00 per month. C. Lawton Pall lka THE: RIGHT POINT for the obligation. 4tp 1-19
Reasonable down
Little Women Net Sunlartrt Training Center. payment 325-2011-1'! the way you write. Come In I
with/the support of innerspring 1 Gainesville. 4tohg 1-19 and Immediate pOMr l\lon.\
and select" favorite ES-
I 12 Wides URAGLINE your
In DimesThe Call A. J Thomas. Ural torTrl. WORK dig fishponds NOTIC"I
$240
.
.
TERBROOK fountain
irrigation.' pen.TELEGRAPH.
BIO PAY PART TIME 964-5701 and se', this HpunlnR

Little Women s Club Custom Made Man or woman needed Immediately lovely home.WAN'TEDOld.. grading, ditching, drainage. Change of Address. ,

Let us show/ you MALONE sponsored: a road block for For Florida Living to service\! customers Contact or write E L. Dnrrah. TilE RIGHT POINT for the RIIOIEN'MBOKKEEI'INI /
curved ideas
the March of Dimes last Saturday II I In Burke Full Waldo Fla. 4tp :3 :3
or part .
china. cabinet, old round' onk the way you write. tome In ) : : 1 ANU TAX
COTTONFREEMATTRESSES January 14. I. Cet More I I time. Choose your own hours. table and old Ire hooks. Call5332al4 BOBBY BIGOS' BODY &:' ind, select your favorite ES- :oIr.KnCp:
Ilic road block netted YOU For details. Write
C. R. Ru- .
I For Your $ $ : after 4pm. Itp RADIATOR AUTO SHOP TEKTiKOOK fountain pen.
$240.00( for the March of ble] Dept. J-l, P. O. Box No. now |iM>A ff"(1 l at I 118 S. Court
411 S. Walnut St. Phone 064- TELEGRAPH.
DIme fight against: birth de i; No Salaried nr Commissioned ::I 2447. Memphis. Tenn. 38102 FOR BENT--Nlcely furnished 0021. 4fclia 22 Street. Ut door .bask nf

fects. I'' Employees 15| 2tp 118| apartment. adult or couple NHW MO3IL.K. homes. Chickaslw Rash Drug; IMione3741.! I.

Jane. Hardy. President of Gladys Harrington, 337 SLEEPING ROOM: In private 20' & 24' wIde ButldjClcmaon. tfrhgUSED

the group wishes to thank DAD & BRAD LARSEN NOTICE N. Walnut St. Up home. Oentlcmin preferred. Layton Travel Trail-

Save $2000 .all who helped in the worthy I LIKE TO WORK Refeiences Write "J", cio' ers, Liberty, Taylor, Azalea
project. I'hanjro "f Addre.snCENTR.L FOR SALE 1 hp Water Telegraph.] Drawer A Starke. buy, sell trade. Year bank financing. VACITUM cleaners reconditioned -

I YOU Benefit! Pump. Don Bagwell, 984-6291 Hchs! : Buckeye Tiallor :Mart.Inc. $15 up. 10 differentname
l.Ml'IxsMENTSERI'ICE;: :
0 Tornado Grid I Up 8678 Roosevelt Blvd brands to choose from.
Glamourest: Will with child In Parts & excellent repairs all
babysit a Orange Park 2G -213l. tfclig;
Films To Be II AU Sizes jn Display now .liwatnd. at 118 S. Court Nation Wide ny home dutlng the day. makes. KIRBYAALFJS &

$tL B" '. Sl wnThisWeek i 81012Vide' St. Hawk. of Koch Drug.Ph.Min Ph. 064-9251 ltp FOR SALE: 2 bedroom House\! SERVICE' 712 N. Main. Gainesville
ong. 'I Paint 3767110. tfchg
019-3741. Maudlin Factory
I1Ltth. *
Movie of Bradford Highs\ FOR RENT 3 bedroom:! Trailer fully equipped. New
...... ... second straight Class A state and Expandabl> all type of enipluyinrnt. :.111 N. Temple Ave. house In Hellbronn section. buildings 10 x 12. Mercury
tfchff SMALL HOUSE For Rent
... .f"i In 4130 per month. Cai.tact Ru- station wagon. 4-door. Inter-
...., .. -SiLE arid ohamplonvhtp) contest
furnished. nice for
Resr. $1.99 Gal Value Very
:
't' i. \ -t! : ; which they t.eat Ft. Lauder- by Gaynoe. 1121 :Mallor' national half-ton pick-up

,..: ;;1 ,;:;.\. ,',;Ii' -' ::' ;....... ". ''\ ,*'ile's Plantation 20-6 will be New and Used8Yr. I 623 PINBWOOD DRIVK.: A 3 Gal. For'' $5.00 Ocala] Phone 629-1242 or J. truck. All In running condi couple only. R. W. Brannen
Weldon Phone
"", .. : hown full! length In color In i I t-tnall family will enjoy this W. LPO 782-3131. Up tion. No reasonable] cfer re- 520 W. St.
""' .; : financing available recently redone home with fused. Selling because of 934-6375.: Up
...,' the BH3 auditorium next Rev. $2.!>9 Gal. Value
$1t-,.". and Thursdaynlahts. carport fenced yard utility FOR. RENT-3 bedroom furnished death in family. Phone Key-
/ : Monday. I Use Our Rental-Pur I large oil heater and every- 4 Gal. For $10.00 house\ for yen- round I storm 473-3175. or Wardo LIKE NEW Mercury 200

.. : ) Coach David Hurac whose chase PlanPaymentsUnder > 'thanj! (I..> make lt an Ideal place on Klnp.; !lfv'"' r.rfk Fee'\ M"RosenbVrg I 468-1826, O. W Van Valin. HP motor $243.00. Phone
:
J. '" Limited time! Tornado teams own i 23-1-0 $50:> Per Month to live See me for a quick, Retr. $3.99 Gal. Value at .store or call Itchg B64-3161. Itp
< < "J" sale. A. J. Thomas Realtor.Tel. 4 Gal. For $12.00 533-2561. Itchg
"e"ord over the last two seasons ) ----
91)4-3701.
will ncoITat"< th" film i sIw
95 FOR RENT-2 bedroom unfurnished -
be lnnlna! at 7:3ft: ea.-U night I| DAVID T. HARVEY Real Estate house at 700 West
Hefa'i 1'h8' GLAMOUREST LONG 49 No\: admission will be char- NOW'I:I School. New classes start EUNICE NURSERY moreland. S'e Mrs. Stone. THE RANCHER, INC.

BOY, real stretch-out comfort lot 11'!'>4 and evervone Is :nvlte0 :!- I log Feb. 2. 7:30: p.m. Park of Pecans. Peaches! Pears. next door at 601 Westmore-

all of you barefoot"hangars-over". The Palms, Keystone Heights.ltia Plums. Persimmons Satsu-
Mobile Home SiteaAVAILAIILE land. It;?
(5w/ OF THINKS! Phone 473-4842. Kumquats Grapefruit
Covered in beautiful, quilted. 3tp 1/26 mas. \Western Wear
Twin ,doublo tit* !mittiiMor To the frlen" who *
decorator cover. ::'o': ipunj.I 10ON lomnibb minr and Orange Trees. Barerootand
FOR SALE-late IDS Pon-
r it IX*.m.low Pile. showed anv act of kindness container grown. Ornamental -
Full Lake Privileges SPECIAL
or symoathv during the 111nws shrubs. 2 miles Northof tiac. excellent condition. New
"It's A Fact You Can Do Homestead Guns
Exempt- tires. dented. Retails
and death of our lovel Horse and Lawtey on 301. Turn west rear
.Better At" one. Dan Thomas words Financing:' Pony at lgn.. Ph. 782-346.1 4tch. $795 price $273. L. Porter.

cannot express our sincere'' SALE 4tchg 1/26 Magnolia Hotel. Itp

apnrcclatlon. I Lake Geneva Livestock Supplies

We especially appreciatethe I Sat., Jan. 21 1 P.3I. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom fur- FOR SALE Nearly new

DEnmARKFURNITURE services of Of P. G. Fe fished house with circulating lame solid Maple drop leaf

ins Mortician Halle and i; Trailer SalesOn Come to Buy or Sell beater 'Ktogaley Lake. H. diningtable and 6 chairs. e Saddlery

R"". H. P. Hudson. minister. JACKSONVILLELIVESTOCK Bence. phone Jacksonville 388- Low price for Immediate sale.

We wish to say apt.In. Route 100. One MileSB!! AUCTIONCO. 3326. 2tchg 1/19 Call 473-4633. Itp

COMPANY "Thank you." to both white I Keystone heights. FREELAND BROWN, Mjrr.

and colored friends for such II Open Sun. & Evenings FOR SALE Fiberglass boat, FOR RENT Pumishei.: efficiency -
431 t \V. CALL ST. 'beautiful flowers. and wordsof motor and trailer. 733 S. I apartment with bed- : 6th St. Near Livestock Market

_., I connotation.Ttw. l'. L === ... _:__. Jacksonville Fla. Cherry St.. Ph. 4-MM3. room. Renner Apts. Phone I'I GAINESVILLE. 3764595"AGE

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A Serious OffenseThere D ; '-o.M : 'Anti Newspaper Week'From



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are all kinds: of ways of ble for the FBI to enter into the ""

"getting kicks" these days, but investigation of such cases.! In 8ty A F w ACRES, THE NEWSPAPER Is an that week. If a Democrat let's cut it out right! now Who

surely one of the lowest formsof the eyes of the FBI they are far ; institution developed by comes to town It will be ignored cares if we have a better

amusement, indicating: an utter from "harmless pranks." PRICE/, : modern civilization to present for fear of offending community? Who cares 1 1C

lack of imagination and resource Tfcwr the news of the day, to the Republicans: If a Republican someone attempts to speak

fulness, I in the practice of tele- Then consider the case of obscene N ; I: foster commerce and Industry comes to town, same for the people? Who cares If

phone calls, either prankish or phone calls. There was a .,?," to Inform and lead: pub- thing. the newspaper doesn't car*?

obscene. time when it was extremely diffi- / '." 'i' lic opinion and to furnish There will be no sports So there we have it-tho'
.. that check upon government stories, for In No
I every game perfect newspaper news.no ,
This community has been sub- cult to trace such calls! and obtain ..'' ', I -..,,;:.\X which no( constitution has there la a winner and a loser, pictures, no editorials no
enough evidence to convict I" F ever been able to provide. can't the
and: wo mention ads. Take an. imperfect
,
jected to instances of both typesin the person who got his kicks by \.I' We don't have enough losers in the perfect paper. newspaper and color it black

$ recent weeks and months. calling a number and whispering ,I special weeks In the year as There Is also the chance that and blue from the lump ,It,

What the pranksters and ob- obscenities) into the ear of the 10.- ,,';. i It is now so let's add another the paper would forget to takes while doing its !job..

scenityrpurveyorSj apparently' do person who answered. Rut things ,' AbA .,',." one and promote an eppropilate mention that Junior Gluts Take the perfect newspaper! )

: Jiaye changed. New electronic de- ..' ....f observance.We scored three points and Mr. and: color It nothing leave
not know i is that new dayices ,'. :: have Anti-Nol.su Week and!
4 Mrs. Gluts would never it; blank and drab and colorless
mow in 'use by telephone orIici ls. \i es..are .now being used to record '"ltr; Week
and Anti-Utter so forgive the editor for such an for that's exactly what
and police officers make their nick incoming-call and it is pos- now let's all get togetherand omission. it is.Not.

l idea of "having fun" extremely sible to keep the-.caller J: talking have Anti-Newspaper Most important, there will onJy la it a perfect

hazardous for them. und trace the call; actually catch- L Week. Prom all Indications be no editorials or columns: newspaper, but you'll still be

ing him "in the act" .of 'm. k-ing' it should be a tremendous no attempts to explain or to able to wrap your garbageand
Such an instance occurred last it. L. success comment or to lead the community ,line'the birdcage with it.

Thursday when a call came into ., I It will be an appropriatetime This Is the best way What more do you want?

the switchboard at Bradford High Such equipment was used ue- to Join together to possible!\ to offend people so

School and a female voice warned cessfully several weeks[ ago' in. Rt.\\ blame the newspaper for
what's with the
that a bomb had been planted in tracing obscene calls in the Keystone wrong and with the peoplein community -

the school and ". you'd betterdo area to a source in Brad- it. Everybody can get It

something quick.' ford County, and the caller was I : 1' i: all off their chests and then With Your County Agent I

apprehended while !still talking sit at home la the evening
Students were ordered to leave on the phone indisputable evidence and drink beer! and watch By G.; T. Ilugginsfor

the buildings in a walkthroughfire \ of his guilt. television, secure in the

drill. while! teachers carried .:VT1 knowledge that they have '

out a thorough .nearc.'i: of their With the knowledge that nui- done their part.A If you aro a .marred main 4 months la one cubic:

classrooms and other parts of the aiince calls are now extremely A committee can, be organ- have you ever been asked If foot of soil. The r.>>ots' were
ised to work out all the details your" wife works Was your then separated*. by spraying
school plant with nothing -
suspicious risky, it i is believed that those but certainly special answer, "No, she doesn't have with water for several! hours.It .

being disclosed addicted to this type of "amuse- attention should be given to a Job, she just keeps) house.'* was determined that thl.

laws ment" will look to more wholesome news reporting. Hundreds of I read something: the other one plant has approximately
State
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carry a penaltyof activities for their enter ,..' day that might help change 13,800,000 roots for a' combined ,
.t
,to ten for such ., '" 1 \ """' people are convinced weekly
up years tainment. If not, they probably '' ,.." .. that the news reporting idea your (mind and you might resolve : length of more than :339
threats and bomb scares, and thereare ,:. ; uJl ." ... to at least go with her miles or a surface' area of
in the future will be making .jL; ...J.1..1.' .- .. .&, ,"" -" .a. L. Is all wrong.and they wouldbe
also severe penalties under to 'the grocery store more about 2,560 square feet. Keep-
to
glad to
serve help
all calls cor-
from the
the Federal law, making it possi- county jail. ; A Real Bargain rect it. Perhaps they can em- often. reading, that's not all the
: It brought out that enough root hairs of this plant'num-.
phasize that the newspaper
surveys had been made to estimate bered approximately: 14 billion-.
should only print good news,

J A Nickel A Day Keeps High Prices Away .FARMER'S DIARY and things glad about tidings nice and people nice] :between that wedding during day the and period funeral !with more a total than combined 6,600 milea.lengthof :I

day, the average woman would even like to know Just
I They can campaign to do
'. Often times it if with a family will purchase how they made thto count.
seems as por cent was noted.
1 weather last week, Surest know. to away with bad news, and the importance .
More: !snJM) way we and lug home approximately This doe point out
people are always fussin' about A centralized price list was also plus: ,.aome good% soaking avoid it. Is to tons the catalog/ prohibit newspapers from reporting 9,009 pounds of potatoes, H,. of working our soil

the state of things you always worked up after many hours of i showers, and "tt berry crop aside quickly, because just one that people do get (000( pounds of fruit, 8,000 so ,that plant roots can penetrate -

seem to hear about the wrong labor by Casey and his staff. The 'la making projjressL There's a peek at pretty pictures of drunk get Involved In auto( :pounds of auger and! 5,000 the soil as they grow.

things you do, but nobody bothers centralized purchasing system, good' set of fruit,( but what is sweet corn op garden peas and accidents! receive traffic tick- eggs for each member of the We have definitely observed

to mention the things that go although each individual lunch :needed Ia some good old sunshine you're lost. ets, make fools of themselves family. It also mentioned the the results of proper liming
well. to ripen the 'berries. S go into bankruptcy, amount of meat and cheese cover-cropping/ and crop rotation
1-oom) supervisor can still pur- However, at this time. ot the When we were ablo to do shoot their wives, assault but I was a little afraid to in keeping the soil l loose

But something good has hap.- chase her own food, has equalized :year we can expect almost: any. It, we had, a big kitchen gar. their neighbors, set fire to even copy that. You draw your HO that crop root* may grow

pened to school lunch prices in prices for all eight school cafe- thing in the way of weather den and learned. that just the church embezzle money own conclusions. freely Another result will IN*

our county and The Telegraph will terias in the county. No matter so don't be surprised If we about anything you ca>v mention and spend tax dollars fool Since I got off Into figures, less, stunting of the crop durIng -

not allow this one to pass un how small, they all pay the same get hit hard with.. a freeze. ;will grow here. Ana Until ishly. I think some ,nol if on the either extreme: wet or dry
noticed.It price for given item now. f 4 you've tasted fl'eih vegetables Perhaps a special award growth of the roots. of a particular weather. Could keep going on
any If that should" happen it By Sam McGarveydltloiml right out of the gar. can be given for the newspaper grass might ba Inter. these soil management practices -

all)) began last summer when In addition, bids are accepted would (be a boon.to our growers den, you haven't lived. that doesn't offend sting. Here again you wll won- but space in limited.<

rising food costs forced Brad- from) only a few firms the threeor of "greens," providing It planting date of Feb S S. anYbody der how they ever made such I A sou test 18.the only way

ford's School Board to raise'! the four that are lowest on the knocked: out the producing) ruary 'H i la coming up fast, The 'buga nod th... bunnies, ? /This perfect newspaper a count to 44fterl>>ll\l\. need., ipr.liming.\ ) :-

price of school lunches nickel greatest number of items. This 'areas north of here, but did and farmers are already get- and a roving( armadillo, may could never print the church This Is taken from !he 1937 .A variety of' legume typo
a has sharpened competition. 'mot hit this area too hard. ting land ready. This Ja the give you a fit, not to mention notices, for there are those USDA Year Book on. soils. plants' are available for selectIng -
from 30 cents to 35. Now there'snothing
Unfortunately, that's the way who don't believe In churches hive the ,the proper cover crop
.time of" the year when those the weeds. and Bermuda grass, Page *8, in case you
unusual in, that;; every By the end of the current school fanning I Is set 'tip If one who swori. they would never but aU that Is forgotten when and who oppose organized Year Book and doubt that I

body's always hearing about high year, Casey hopes to have all ragioQ suffers, another one mOss' round. again with a you ait down to a meal of religion and the newspaper
prices!! but this time it didn't eight lunch rooms operating in gains, and it is nil nothing kitchen,garden, get to lookingat golden bantam corn, dripping should not offend these peo- :bringing out the fact that

end up thatay.. the black. At the beginning of the '(!but one .big gamble.. seed '-a. alogl! and when with butter, and seasoned to ple. the root yatl"l1ot certain

Because of complaints, from the term only two, Brooker and 0 they du, they catch the plantIng taste. Makes us hungry Justto Our perfect newspaper will plants have a 'bearing!! on1: tile SENIOR
of the
trial
The long-awaited ,disease. think. about itl carry no pictures because make-up and condition of the
public which somehow got to the Hampton, could make that claim. suit 'brought by tlJ berland.
,
there is a very good chance soil. Also that the type of CITIZENS
right source, the School Board True, it will be a 'small saving owners on 1065!/ tax assessments that someone might be of- root system should have some _

and Supt, Tom Casey fought back.In just $18,000 compared to the was scheduled to open fended. The camera doesn't Influence on our managementand

October prices for elementary School Board's total budget of '(Monday and residents Interestedin of the NEWS And NOTES lie, they say but maybe the tillage of the .noli.

nearly $2 million. But it's step county are vitally newspaper does. The picture This extreme la illustrated
lunches went down a a The decision:
in the right direction the/ outcome For Today's Homemakers may be too close to the truth with winter ryegraas. We top- Senior, Citizens enjoyed a
nickel back to 30 away reached cannot fall but to tr\r
cents.
They'restill for many people to stomach, seeded between 6 and 8 hundred delicious roust beef dinner
there today although Supt. from the ever-rising prices. fluence the economy of Brad. Br :Martha-Su McCahi and It's easier to blame the acres of pasture with ryegrass served at. Lee's Restaurant on

\Casey. calls: that fact "nearly un- The public can take credit for ford County for many yearsto \ newspaper for printing the this past fall. Finish Jan. 10. Unfortunately omemembers

believable." starting the ball rolling and Supt. come regardless of which .' County Extension picture than It Is to blame reading this and yo-j'll know were unable to attend -

The School Hoard has recently, Casey and his staff are due credit way it goes.. C I Home Economic Agent whoever or whatever Is represented one thing, we gotta lot of because of colds and

for implementing the cutback. Sunshine Silo, _ In the picture. If a roots in our soil. other 1Ilne sell.
after much work, put a new program The annual I'- news photographer takes! a This in from a study at the We especially missed Janet
into efftct that cut The public can pat its own back, at the Santa. Fe Ranch was University of Iowa of the rootsof
may and ifyou've SKIIV: v.ounsKi-1'1: 4. Orapefrult sections, imputed picture of a bank robber fleeing Bowden Flossie- and Everett
food costs by 20 per cent. Bids but we hope some will take timeto held last Saturday attertflort one' I'KAK.; .'IA TTER apple Bllrcs. :; with the cash, his paper a single plant of winter Prescott Mrs. Ed Firth Tom

havebeen asked on all food items, let Supt. Casey and his staff you'vemissed never Boeing! what large platter cri-ungc 5. Peach slices pear! slices, would be better off not to rycgruaa. The grass wu grown and. Lisa Hansen Beth and
On a
except meat every three months know the hard work is appreciated. Tolled Hereford are at their fresh, cold peeled pear slices halves or red plums. print It, for they'll be blamedfor Joe, Werner, and Mr. and

!since October. The first quartersaw He'd probably hear about it be t. We've never mCl1sW'p<1' and seedless grape.. Spear<< 6. Pineapple wedges, ba. the bank robbery and the Mrs. Joe Stern.
cent in had but It seems by oT>Herva- with nana slices! strawberries, and thief will complain because Marian and Houston Dria-
>a IT. per dip pricesto his work raised! the price of ono, grapes and pear slices
the school: system, and the school lunches. He deserves justas tlon that ,they aro about. as colorful picks designed: for pear allcell.ntt'tNSIVE. the photo didn't capture the coil are In Hawaii enjovintf
DRIVING real him and of his that temperate clime. We
long' and : : : was
(broad aa they are Dip
second time bids in blto size food portions.
were aked! much credit for
keeping
prices
to a ibeef-hungry guy. It makes or other The Defensive Driving Pro worst profile.It expect them to be back
In lemon Juice
December, a further dip of twoStarke's down. you drool. Of course we'ro pears oltrus Ot' pineapple Juice toprevont gram Is being offered to icsl- goes without saying that _"alnIoIth us in February:'

kidding, for that Isn't by any darkening.' In the dents of Bradford County the perfect paper will never Jack Killoran brother ttLlllt

means, the eating kind of beof.a of the platter place a This program Is prepared by carry news reports of city Dear Mr Matthews: Johnson and his wife
center
I City Sticks By Private Work Policy .. bowl of sour cream sweeten: the National Safety Council council sessions or school With all controversy Laura are visiting Florida

The trip over 'her ia In- ed with, brown sutrir. The tercxtlng for another reason, Highway Patrol and sponsored \ trials or public hearings. Wecan't courthousetor Jack Is business representative
,
city council i is apparently vate work in government i is a as the countryside) In th j brown sugar gives the creama The by the Bradford County have the newspaper of- the proposed Bradford new County, it of the Bakeryand Confection -
flavor.
sticking by its November evil that is particularly difficult Bland section Is JUHb-nbOut as caramel-like firmer food! Council of Extension Home- tending politicians and elected to that there are Workers Union Local
seems me
fruit becomes a
1964 resolution against using to control, and Starke ia Indeed pretty as any in the state. The ,to dip Into the caramel- makers. officials and bureaucratswho some things that stand out: 50 of New Jersey and New

city equipment, and thus tax- fortunate to be free of this, ranch, by. the. way,. surrounds This unusual dessert The Course Is conductedIn as everyone knows are 1- Our Board of County York.
the original Rl<:hard homo- cream sessions for the only ones who know howto At this time. Seniors are
two-hour
payer owned equipment, to doprivate kind of waste and misuse of thepublic's back will win favor with teenagers{, four Commissioners selected a
stead which w settled hours Instru run the government anrlously looking to the
of
total eight
work. money, not to mention and all who enjoy Informal a site, and about $93.000 has
in the time. of 'demlnola ctions. This is thi same There will be no embarraslng! r.ewly convened 90th Congress !
the chef can enJoy Invested In the pieces -
been
of A teen-age
the fare
Two years have passed since illegality praitice.The Indian War. A'! descendant of the double pleasure of course! which Is being considered quotes no reports of what of property already purchased in Washington with the

the malpractice of private work public must also be reminded that family, Capt.... 1. C. Rich- preparing and serving this a requirement for all they did or how they acted. hope that the recently elected
raised its head in ordo, was! ; my' of_ the early licensed drivers by the Florida Government will reach a new selected. by freshmen of both parties
publicly that it shares responsi- fruit platter. 2-The voters
settlers of Stacke.
blab In efficiency. will support the President'sprogram
connection with operation of the bility in this: matter. Favors suchas ... S. 0 PEAR PERFECTION! Legislature.; can't majority vote, the members
Applications are bt-lng: accepted This newspaper carry for Increases in social
city government. We dislike to doing private work cannot be As a. sidelight? of that trip, Any fruit becomes a special- now foil classes to begin social Items. for fear some of the County Board, who security benefit!. As soc.

mention the subject now, but felt granted unless they are first r' It. mfghUbe.. ; Interesting to see occasion! delicacy_whei. served the last Monday In Jan- one will be hurt because they made that decision. ial security payments are
wine. Thrifty additional -
compelled to offer a reminder to quested by a: private individual.A ,.th "dink" of the Santa FeRIer alternates In sparkling are spiced apple uary and:! another to be held weren't Invited to Mrn. 3-Why go to of the holding a woefully inadequate we urge

those, in charge of city government citizen who chances to observe ,where and It the plunges"rise"underground near cider or singer, ale.] Put a In April. This Is a very Important Whosit's social: there will be special election expense on the mat- every Senior Citizen [65 and
and to the public.If such work done and useful program.; no obituaries because there over], and their sons daughters -
being must share Camp O'Leno. where the river veil-chilled fresh or canned ter? It would only result In
It. the possibility that one and relatives to write a
There Is much to be gained
(
some of the guilt of half! cored side In a than
allowing the. cornea to the surface again. pear : up more delay necessary.
I the practice is being kept even for the experienced dilvers. might be longer than that of card or letter to all! Florida
practice to go unchecked. That section I la also spotted stemmed glass or dessert 4 Not enough parking
A registration fee of $2 some other person or might Congressmen and Senator
!
In.abeyance the council is .
city with big' slnJtholcs, which saucer Topwith orange( space is provided at presentfor
materials omit a pallbearer: no weather to help enact the psssageofat
to be commended!- ice and 1l .requIred for the
certainly: usually contain a pool of waterat lime or lemon pour everyone who works in
used. reports because everyoneknow' : least $100 per month minimum
the bottom. Farmers find chilled sparkling wlm. spired the various courthouse offices -
It's 15 degrees cooler in social security pay;
those pools an excellent sourceof cider or ginger ale over all. much less the rest of
FORESTRY SERVICE For warmerl at the lake thanIn ments.
water for" Irrigation as Btlct a straw Into the Ice iu souls.
poor '
o REPORTS FIRES town: no legal notices, because Times are changing and
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OPID4 they can be pumped for 21 and alp slowly. 9-I feel for one, that our
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The Bradford ] they cost money and these changes must be nut
County Telegraph
hours or !longer, wltho-it showIng FRUIT COMBINATIONSCalorie The Florida Ttorestry' Servce duly elected officials have
'0 ESTABLISHED 1879 any appreciable drop.Incidentally counters may wish reported four fires with the judges and the lawyers the ability to conduct) the affairs by an alert citizenry esp c-
want! to keep the estate costs laity our Seniors. Bu ._
artificially 22 acre burned in Bradford of Government without
t E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher, a .. S to use fresh or U low as possible] ; no minutes cannot do It alone. We need,
sweetened fruits: County during the week endIng eo much wrangling. They -
0 this ia a gnod of public meetings because help.
c 1966 Florida's Oldent Weekly N&Wsp8per Published Contlnou"lyUnder time of the year to see that 1. Sliced pineapple, apricot Monday. Since January 1 they are too expensive tried they best to settle this We wish a speedy recovery

'1flot1 The Same Ma t Itoad.rubliahed section, as the City of High halve sweet red cherries there have been eight fireswith' and nobodr reads them except problem in 1966. They shouldbe to all of our sick members.
and sliced 33.4 acres burned as complimented on voting
Springs which Ia noted for" pears.
taxpayers. and hope they will be strong
each Thursday and entered as Second Clow its redbuds, will soon be in 2. Watermelon bulls-when compared with three fires their convictions. Whether or
Matter *t the Pout Offtod There will be no news stories enough to Join us soon.
the fresh are out of season and five acres burned during not we on their decls-
at Starke, Florida under Act of March 3rd. 1879.SulMcrlptkta full glory with dogwoods and of happenings or new agree The next meeting wl)"b. .
azaleas In addition. to the very try the frozen peach slices, the same period last year. stores or new people tecause sions Is not so important, on January 24 at the Pratt
In trade 1 -.00 pretty redbud. orange slices. Rainfall during. the weekending It t la Important that they
areat year, ; 8 month, $2.25: someone mar get a Uttle free Stret :Recreation Center at
S Cflom't 3. Monday: New River, vote for what believe to -
S Grapefruit banana they
Out de trada..araat 1 year, ".30; 6 month. *:J.5O sections. publicity and that's not fair '::30 p.' m. You're In, ted!'."
cher- 1.80; Highland 2.40: Santa be right and Just.
look now, but the slices berries or to anyone else who doesn't '-'Joe Kerrigan\ reporter
ralonrtnr rtonw that tb.* tra Ties. fe. 1.20; county average, have his name In the paper Sincerely, ..
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AUK! EIGDT- BRADFORD COUNTY TELKORAPI1. ST/lRKE. FLORIDA
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Cfa After conviction. the two Nicholas Greg Alvarez. Powers of Macclenny were I -_ stralneth. Us." Pastor :Leroy: Llalxtoey.' ,.. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. BETUEL BAPTIST CHCRCB

Sidney SmithIs men were admitted to the liam Barrett Lloyd I Sunday luncheon guests of Monday: :RA meeting, 6:30p. : Training Union 7 p. m. EvenIng Sunday School. 10 a. to.

State Prison and Sidney was Chairman of Mr. and Mrs. Elzle Oriffls of CHURCH m. Youth Choir practice LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST Service 8 p. m. Bw .Morning! Worship 11 .. m.

later transferred: to the Callahan tnry Procedure Ronny State Farm. Bible Survey Class, 7 p. m. CHURCH Lacy Conway. pastor Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.

Recaptured road camp. man. Members: David Mr. and :Mrs. Alfred Addison HEWS Tuesday: Junior Choir Sunday School 10 a. m.; CHURCH OF UOO Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m.

u Greg Alvarez David and children of Alachua practice Sunbeams 3:30: p. Morning Worship 11 a. in.' 422 N. St. Clair St., /Birke.! wednesday Rev. W. uNewmans

FFA NEWS Sonny Norman Cecil visited their parents, Mr. and m. Junior GA meeting 4:30.: Evening Worship 8 p. m.; Sunday School 10 a, m pastor.NOItTHSIDE .

Sidney Richard Smith naker Lloyd Gllpln. Mrs. Dock Addison Saturday. FIRST METHODIST Assoclatlonal Training Union Praj er Meeting'; Wednesday Worship Services '.1 a. m. and BAPTIST
didn't back home for Sellers) Buddy Warren. Friends of Mrs. Maud Fin- Seminar [Ihere]. 7::30. 8 p. m.: Sing each Friday at Wednesday
come
Bradford Chapter. Future CHURCH STARKE 7:30 YPE.
: m.
p. Located on Baxima: Jtn,h-
his trial, but he The following dley will be glad to learn Wednesday: Bible Survey 8 p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane, Meeting
new was
Farmers of America held its Sunday Church .School 7:30: p. m. Prayer way [tSH 223Iat] Raltord: Road
that she came home from Class 9:30: a. m. Family
the
were announced by pastor.
In Jacksonville and S.
captured seventh meeting of the Memorial Hospital 0:43: a. m. Morning Worship Night Covered Friday, 7:30: p. m.--Jtn. L. [SR 161. Services: Sunday
King Dish Supper
dent Newman
Ronny :
returned to the State Prisonat school for the purposeof 11 a. m. Snack Supper for Williams pastor. 10 .
year HEILBRONN BAPTIST Iim.
School. Sunday
Ralford December 29. 1. Meat Judging [ ] Monday after several days 6 p. m. Prayer Meeting 7 7 p.
on selecting contestants for Jan. 14-Ocala. Illness. MYF 6 p. m. MYF meetings. m. Choir Practice, 8 p. m. Sunday School 9:45: a. 1 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Mornlag Worship 11 a. to.Training ..
After serving less ''than a different contests and Judging 6::30. Churchwlde Mission Union 6:30
2. Livestock & Dairy Raiford Church Choir attended Morning Worship 11 a. .,.. Sir'4ay school 8:45: a. tn. : p. m.
year of a 10-year sentencefor teams. The following were ing [School] Jan. 2 the New River Assoc- Study 7 p. m. FIRST CHRiSTIAN Training Union 6SO:! p. m. Morning Worship 11 a. tn. Evening Service. 7:30. Midweek

looting antiques from a selected: esville. iation Song Festival as Law- Monday Prayer Group CHURCH STARKE Evening Service 7'JO.7: Mid- Youth Fellowship 6 p. 111. Prayer Service Wednes.
home east of Lawtey Smith of Livestock meets in Ladies Bible Classroom
Chairman 3. State Forestry tey Baptist Church Sunday. Sunday School 9:45 week Prayer Service, '<::00 p. Choir: Practice ThursdaY< TSO:: day. 7:30.: -Rev. 'Olerm Law-
escaped 'last Nov. 2 from, (a Judging. Skip Nichols. Members 10 .... m. Girl Scouts : a. m. I
pastor.
Friends of Mrs. Bill Sapp m. Wednesday. -Troy Johnson hon.
March 10. Worship. .
Morning 10:49: a. P. &>
Callahan road camp. In early : Gene Melvin. James met In Fellowship Hall. 3:15.: !
4. Steer Show & Sale will regret to learn that she m. Christian Service I pastor.
December the Jacksonvilleman's I Mott. Ronny Newman. Edward TuesdayCUb Scout Ptck Hour. CALVARY BAPTIST
esville Is ill in King Memorial Hos I KINGSLEY LAKE
March 2. 6:30 .
: in.Wednesday
conviction was reversed -' Thomas. Jimmy Wil- meeting in Fellowship Hall p. SMYRNA MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIICKCH Sunday School 10 5. ..
by a district court on I Mike Dexter S. State Land pital.Mr. ,,7:3(). Youth Choir BAPTIST
icrrson.! Tew Mrs. Marjell : C11CRCH Sunday School 19 a. m. Morning Worship. 11... m,
ana!
March 31. : Practice 3:30 p.: m. Fellowship -
grounds of alleged prejudicial Carlton, Terry Luke, Sonny 6. State Dobbs and children Sara Wednesday Polmary.!1 I I 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Morning Worship 11 a. m Training Union 8:30: p. m
FallTampa Supper, 6:30: m. Mid-
remarks to the jury and Improper Norman. Danny Norman., Junior and Youth Choir :po services 10 Servlse. 7:30.: Prayer
11. Dean and O<1le. visited Mr. week Bible : Sunday School. a. Training Union 6:30: p. tn- Evening
Study 7:13
cross-examination by Travis Wynn, L. J. Kite. 7. Southeastern Fat and Mrs. Dean Agner in practice 3:15.: Prayer: Meet- Adult Choir Practice.: 8:00 p. m. m. Preaching 11 a. m. Train Evening Worship, 7:30. Pray- Meeting Wednesday. 7:30: p.
: p
the prosecution.But Chairman of Dairy Judging '- Show. Feb. 4. Madison Saturday.Mrs. Ing. 7 p. m. m. ing Union. 6:15: p. m. Evening er Meeting Wednesday 7:30 m. -Rev. R. H. Butler pastor.

Smith. prison officials ', Skip Nicholas., Members: James Allen Agnes Smith of ThursdayCUb Scout Den Worship 7 p. m. Everyone -Rev. Jim Rigdon pastor.

say. must face escape charges James Knight, William! Bar' Oroveland visited Mr. and 4 meeting in Fellowship Hall, welcome. Elder T. C. Williams AIRPARK BAPTIST,

regardless of the outcome rett Greg Alvarez Ronny Bradford Chapter.RAIFORD Mrs. Bill Browning and :Mrs. 3:15.: Chancel Choir rehearsal BAYLESS ir-o- pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday School. 9:45: ''B, m.

of the charge' on which he I Newman, James Mott Dexter Rose Sano Sundnv 7:30.FIKST: BAPTIST CHtr.1CH Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. Morning Worship 11 a. n.

was originally tried. Carlton, Lloyd Ollpln! Ray- Our deepest sympathy( to Sunday School 10 &. m. LAURA BAPTIST m.; Morning Worship and Evening Service 7r30: p. to.

Also leversetl was mond Thomas Mike Smith Mrs. Julian ijobbs on .lId accidental BAPTIST Morning' Worship n a. m Sunday School 0:43: : a m. Communion Service 11 am Prayer Meeting Wedxiceaduy,

vlctlon of Smith's the..con-I Travis Wynn Sonny Norman death of her cousins CHURCH STARKE Training1! Union. 6 p. m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Evening services 6:30.: 7:30: p. m. Viaining Union

Lawrence, charged: as Ralph Ollon. Wayne By Mr*. Earl Mrs. Shirley Hill and Mrs. Sundayi Jan. 22: Sunday Evening Service 7 p. m. Evening Worship 7:30: p. m. Wednesday Worship) service Friday, 7:30: p. m.Re'l.. E. L.

complice in the thefC of Boatwright. Edward Thomas. Phone 496-2601 I Dorothy Jennings.Mr. School 9:45: a. m. Morning Everyone welcome.Rev.. M. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7 7 p. Minister. Jack P. arlffls, pastor.

household g'ods, i including and Mrs. Robert Faulk- Worship 11 a. m., sermon Dattrtd. Medelros pnsbor. 7:30: p. m.-Rev.. Luther McGee Bell

many valuable antiques from i, Chairman of Land Judg- The employees of i ner of Jacksonville visited "Lessons" of the Lord's Sup ASSEMBLY!' OF O'')B'UIWAY pastor.BROOKER. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH

the home of Lt. CD!. William ing Raymond Thomas. Members linois of Lake i I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Yar- per. Youth and Banquet BAPTIST 10 .. [Highway 100 at Thercwa]
CHAPEt School
!' James Allen, James honored Mr. and Mrs. Committee meeting; 5 p. m. Sunday
Wilson, former Annis horn : I brough and Mrs. Ruby Yar- Sunday School 10 a. m.
east of Lawtey The theft Sellers Les Lowborn. David Oiiffls with a grilled brough Sunday. Training Union. 6:15.: EvenIng Weldon St. and nalfordRoad. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. nr Morning Worship 11 a.

was discovered back: In MaJ Scott, Mike Cowart, Kenneth supper Friday night at The chicken supper at Worship 7:30.: sermon Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a, in. Pre-Servlces [Booster Bane
Carlton Everett Henlev. .Ste recreation at "The Love of Christ Con- Training Union 6:30: p. m. Young People ard Pray m.Training
1965 when the Wilsons visited area Raiford school house Satur- Morning Worship 11 a. m. Union -6:30: p.
\ their Lawtey home to ven Henley Cecil Stalnacker Lake honoring: Mr. day night to raise money to Evening Service, 7 p. m. Evening Worship 7:30.: Prayer Service], 6 p. a- EvenlruWorship. m.

which they plan to retire. Terry Luke Sonny Norman. Ills years of service. buy playground equipmentwas Tuesday Prayer Meeting! J Meeting, Wednesday 7:30. 7 p. m. MldweeJ' Evening 'Worship 7:15:
/:30
The conviction of :Lawrence Travis Wynn.Chairman Mr. and Mrs. Edward a success Saturday des- 'beginning. February t. inn? 7:30: p. m. Thursday Young' DEDAN B\rrnst t Bi.,okerJ Service, Wednesday, : p m.
and! Rev. D. t Ramsey pas
-ndln m.- .
Smith sentenced 'to 15 of Fore".TV Contest ter and daughter and pite the rain.A This 111,1 Will nocemher fie Considered 31, 11)07 People's Meeting 7:30: p. m. Sunday School lo: a. m. or. Wednesday Night PrayerS "

years, was reversed on David SCI tt. Members and Willie Carter fish fry .will be held Sat- A. A Package Bid.

grounds of insufficient evi Les Lawhorn, Ronny Newman Carter sr's mother urday night from 6 until 9 than 1. Rut>4 JfUJHr Octane Unaollne. not l lee,

dence. Sidney's wife Peggy. Lloyd Gllpln. Ravmond Houston in St. o'clock with plates soiling for :2. Diesel Fuel, No.2.
Thomas. David Maruca Sunday.Mr. 75c. Everyone is invited :.1. Motor 01.i ra; ie lOtS, In 24 j
was a.so placed on probation
after a pre-sentence Investi- Danny Norman. James Sell- and Mrs. Joe Come out and helD the quart,i ni ma. Olln.. and OS gallon I An investment in Your Future -

gation.. ers, Tex Patrlslt, Sonny Nor- eon Billy, of young people. Motor Oil will meet API Ser
man. Dexter Carlton. Mike visited: Mr. and Mrs. Our deepest sympathy to I I able vice Classification J>s. avail.
In
At the trial Sidney Smith HAH tirades low
Smith. Edward Thomas. Oriffls Sunday. the O. B. Goudon family on through 4nw. Thin oil u. to. aOOm f1]

stolen admitted goods he in had his: some possession of the Greg Alvarez Everett Henley. Grady Shadd and the death, of Rev. John Gor- "meet,"'rlllln"PHqiilrementH, under ncrvli'c nf engines. $ ,,,Ii.uc \ [ii

but said he purchased it Chairman Meat Judging. of Jacksonville visited don in Jacksonville.Mr. flcatlon,, D. S. This oil"I"oMI-1' k j 8,- d
Shadd and Mrs. Tommv An- meet riKmlremonts for
Saturday.Mrs.
James Allen.
Members David -
:
from in Brunswick specIfications M r ,
a man L L-jiiI9f''
: Scott Joe Starling Skip Alice Crews and derson were business visitors for high output diesel -nulno I
In Gainesville Friday. crankcase oil. It shall alai.'
=-= meet the '

the Our Griffis deepest family sympathy on the to Lubrication.ommemlatlona' manufacturers for Series rec-81
4. Motor oil In cane lots, 2' WORLDS TO f9cze--/
death of Sandra Orifflr early
I
quart cans and 65 Ballon drum, ,
JACKSONVILLE} BUSINESS last week. i '9 meet API Servlc-e ClnsK Al I
Some of those attending M SIS a D O available HAll
Grade, low
through 40W
,, th. funeral of Rev. John meet. Military Spoflflratlona and _I lllJilIlJ111IIJ]
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; Gordon in Jacksonville were 1 IJ-2104 A. ( _
ANTIQUES ELECTRIC MOTORS\ PHOTOGRAPHER 6. All purpose grease oil
: ,prH Mr, Monroe Kittler,
(Trade 50 l and 140. 5 Kflllr.n. and
I.Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Gordon fiu gallon ,drum clear
I lubllnatcmust
Many have
ANTIQUES Young People just recently stepped out
Bollght-Sold-Appra1 Peavy Brothers and O. D. Dobbs. meet. M J L-L 2103 "Sperlriiatloim. ,

Furn1tur&Ch1naGlaasSUverBl"ast01J Electric Co. I Mrs. Gerald Oriffls and 8. Multi-purpose arcane In I of the world of training and study and now look to
S Commercial and 3a in. containers. and lId lb -
Mrs. Earl Dobbs attended! the

On. Piece or: a lioura Painting Fun ELECTRIC MOTORSo3dServ1ced.Bepa1red Photography I funeral of Mrs. Shirley Hill containers.All No. 2 Fuel and Keronenv I .: make their spot in the world. These words of encouragement

and Mrs Dorothy Jennings; to be mippllvd to the ,url.
loa Ward Qenerator&-43tarten .t Frames & Custom house, Agricultural written for
Antiques at Oak Grove Monday after- >Inlth. Clinic and County Uulldmii.Jail are you
8372 St. John Ave. Alterations. 1958 Blanding noon. 1 he succoHsful. bidder will pur .

Jacksonville 387-1379 Armature Rewlnd.1.a.640.U Jacksonville Friends of Mrs. Alice Cason plier c-haae. ,, all from underground the present equip sup New frontiers are still there to b4! conquered there

Call Collect Lenox Ave. will regret to learn that she mont at major oil company \h0O

Jacksonville 387-2528 PIANOS-GROANS v'I is ill in King Memoal: Hospltn prlrelf.The Board reserves the rIght ;I is a place of service for you.Do not be afraid for in

Appliances Furniture'' *' I !. e.1 rejecting' any *"* .a" blUe' I -
FLOOR COVERING Appliances Color (SEAL) : the strength of your youth, you can accomplftn"much i
Charles A, Darby Cleric. -

Du-Ra Brand Inc. Looking for Stereo Magnavox 113| 2t nin I I_ however, do not shun the advice and help ol

A Classified A ,
Save on Quality better carpets Zenith Motorola brings' results.No'r. tr. llrnilrord County fuiirt, la Klurldn.. And'I others. Above all, seek the knowledge of the Lord.

Furniture & Appliances Ill f'hnnrery. N...
Philco and RCA visit General Electric ItlvUlonCambrldgeport_ I r '4t9I "Thou thalt/ t guide me with Uiy cOlllllleL"Psalm 73;S4
a-eJ: Zh2r Savings Bank, a
TV Washers Refrigerators : "You Get A Good Deal .t1; TO JEFI'1'\iJ: ) c-orporntlon." Plaintiff.. vs. Jo.- .
In Circuit Vnn.'*. llrnufiiril, eph W. "'ndr Magic Chef RangesWe 524 HOGAN, downtown Cuunty FlorMni' in Chanter. al, Defendants. ". ATTEND CHURCH REGULARLY':.
Buy and< Sell Used Units : ruse No. 13-750 NOTiC'3 OF SUIT I
0521: BliutdlnK Blvd. F. O. MILLER Ira. H. SheiUy. Plaintiff va, The State", of Florida I'' r. ,
HEARING AID I I Vera M. Shealy Dt-fMndunt. To: Joseph W. Andrews, in! jSSSk.W
Jax 771-347Jf NOTICE TO APPEAR and Nina II. Andrews. his wife, I .
,.. ,
NORM of PM' PMM UK* Ivor To: Vera M. Wlmaly 21 Peach 8tr..pt. Camlirldge. .
For Beat In Hearing SeeSONOTONE- Jacksonville. Voii are hereby notified. that MaaxachusettH: 02319
AUTOS FOREIGN( pult tar DIvorrB ha. keen. You are hereby notified thata ,, i* :n:4: >
against you In the abuvu suit has been filial agalniil I i F <:; _
OF JACKSONVILLE SEWING CENTER named Court: end cauie and you and Duane Dukes and ;:-
Westside ForeignCar ana. required. to .erve u Dorothy Dukes. hi. wife, In j 'ki0111\ \
The Strongest and Smallest of your answer or plead' the above entitled,. cause; and _
Servic'e. Hearing: Aid In the World" H. & N. to the complaint on the that you are hereby, required 1 At !OMIT"" k oft DPD.MMI" .....,, I Is IMlV ''>
Plaintiff's. to file I
I Only <. Hearing Aid 1\lMie H. Attorney Plot-tie. and Honorable file the Clerk of your this answer Court with, and tht to. woW'to.nnfint. !MM ....-.. of..11.. ..

rralned mechanics for every 22: Weal Monroe SEWING In the office of the serve a. copy thereof. upon the ; fcf MS mt 4 Us........ .fcril _......,... .

service job on all make* of Jacksonville JC53-1463 before of the Circuit Court on plaintiff, whose or plaintiffs attorneys I i > Ikst. l... If ...1.) Mi. ...... r. Wither ,

Foreign & Sports Cars. ', 600 Singer Touch & \, 1107 the; otherwise 13th day of the FebI..ry nlIcicatlonM In Mac-Lean.name Hairsilale and addrest. and Mi r...>.l to .. ... II) tod" M........

I' does fancy stitches of paid complaint, Oalllard 1000 Atlantic Coast. I :=; earn sKMty sr say '1 tit will..keg

PARTS FOB ALL .MOBILE HOMES; grams icordllnar etc. be taken. a. contained by InK Lot described Kt>ur. Block real property Four Snrn-: __ __ _ ,fx' .......... snd. !Iha* trHdems l 'sObS' >.h.H.. is

operated NEW $369 you.4.nl notice shall be publlnh-. Line Building', : .V, *. .. .........." .mII. .....aIott. '
2430 Blanding Jacksonville BUTISMOBILE cash! $129 or $7 per .rt _onoe each week for four Florida' 32202. not JaCk"Onvllle'l t:. "from.aSh.p.1. "*......_ihsdd.. .,"-' I

HOMESThe Tel. Jax 771-1850 or Bradford( .County w..k"'n Telegraph.the January to.. do so,22nd decree 1987.pro confesso.. .. N>" DoeodI Jar lh.iekiell.>i >..llmslsln.ma I, '

Auto Sales & Service in. Dated this 11th day of Jan will be entered against you 'foi, I A m*. Mi 1 Ismllr. ..,
Souths Best Buys Here 6108 103rd St. I:SISAL; 1961.I ) complaint.the relief dvnxinded In th, I '- _ .e t E ..., .prnts. diosid. .., apIIold .4.. pallltpdt, Ie ;

LANDROVER Free Delivery Cnnrlep A. Daroy. The future of said suit belnp 6-. 8l> !Owns SKOVHI II kill Hs. .Inn thx.. *
Bank Financing Clerk of the Circuit Court for the fortM'losiire. of a mortgage -I .. .1x h '. .. '
"Best For Less" SEWING: MACHINES By Lleulah JlIloQ\ v Uenutv encumberIng the. follow- _I 4_ W death. .d. fafttn ...fntKi rid, 'if''
I toga Heights, Unit Two ,- r .h,. ..'8..w.. .
The World's Finest. In Seriously Interested in Mobile SINGER AUT. Ills 4t 33| cording to plat thereof 6M
4 Wheel DrlvA; home? Call collect Jax 388- ed In Plat Hook i, Pare! TO \ ;

Sold and Serviced \r 1253 for model prices & terms. Like New In 4 Dr. llTOflforcl The County ...a....'. Court County tha public Florida.records of cd.ad.. s.r. ic::>: O:: .

Roberta Chevrolet 6017 Roosevelt Blvd. Jax Sold New over $300 '. VoHs r, Htate O( Togther with all ..an-I iilIIIiliiLllliAiilOitSltiOiitltj( UUIIII

Raj 172 or $5.00 Per Mutate of 8. B. Spark.. de and. Improvemnnts now
3033
Green Cove Spring, her aftar. on said land : and
Jacksonville 264-9600 MOBILE HOMES: USEDJ. The State of Florida To All fixtures now or hereafter These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following
(Ideal Sewing Interested la the j,;.. with Inched the to or premise used In* herein, ct : I Sponsors

Parrish Motors & J. Swap ShopUSED You of are said hereby Decedent notified: that scribed and In addition thereto .. -
ALL MAKESNew the following described J STARKE BUILDERSSUPPLIES
written Instrument Rosier
TRAILERS to be the Last Will purport.an< household appliances, whichare Monument Co. Lawson Meat MarketAND
8ALEH Campers from 8' 20' and Used o-f laid decedent fixtures, and lihllll be. deemed to be, Inc.
and part of the ,
Mobile Homes 32' 55' been admitted to probate COLD STORAGEWe
SERVICE) realty
.. : A
848 Cassat Ave. said Court Witness. my hand and the Featuring Ace Hardware Moanraent For Every Need
Trades Bank Financing You
FARTS are hereby commanded
Jacksonville 389-5071! seal of mild Court at Starke Complete Paint Suppliesand
Ilrwy. 21, Orange Park six calendar month. I Specialize In Cnntom StanghtetvIng '
the date Florida this day 2Ath day of Sporting Good..
of the first
Tel. 284-6324 of this notice to'pub ap. December, A. D. I960. "CITEICK! WITH US FIRST" MARBLE GRANITE Cutting tc Wrapping
82 Tear Am A Dealer (SEAL)
TRACK SERVICE In said
Court and show 219 St. 961-4201
Washington
Always Good Used Can ...u.... If any you can, why the Charles A. Darby Also Mausoleums Prepared For Deep FTMSM
Clerk o-f the Circuit Court
921: Laura 8b Jacksonville MOTORCYCLESHONDA of said Court In admit By Beulah M. Moody
RA Y'STRACK ., said PHONE: 994-121
; Will to probate
Phone 868-565 not Bland unrcvoked. Deputy Clerk. .' Bradford Abstract Co. 411 'V. Madison StarkePh.
(sEAL) 122| 4t HID
Theron A. Tawn County 969-4261; Home 782-3605
WESTSIDEVolkswagen MOTORCYCLES .. Bradford County Jo lor- In T.. Court ;;; The. CacaO* 138: W. CALL STREET
Portable Track" Press : ....d.... Bradford County Floe.lilac k
ALL MODELS Ua.First Ph. 964-6881 Starke Fla.
Inc. Welding publication oni Decem la rr..hslp.in % :
Merchants Green Stamps 39, 19M re: Estate of S. E. Sparks, I

AUTHORIZED DEALER Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M. Used Bulldozers & 12129 4t 1.19 Deceased.TOo All. Creditors and PersonsHaving1 Edwards Grocery & DeWITT C. JONES OF STARKE, INC.

Tuea.. Wed. Thurs.. FrI.
: IIK:'.l.TFn FICTITIOUS Claims Or Demand I
"We'll Keep 'em Ro111D Against Said Estate: FUNERAL HOMES U.S. 301
I.fl Part Open Sat. 8 A.M. S P.M. NA"1 Mkt. NORTHPh.
) !
Sale
Closed Sunday & Monday Notice la hereby given that You and each of you. arehereby I
Service Body Shop 7Z87 W. Beaver undersigned under the notified' *and required. 969-3801!
MOTORS & CYCLES to present any claims and demands Starve) Fla.
..1 Jacksonville 383-4621. of Chapt.r 30.9S3lf.r.r which you or either of Groceries-Meats\ -Feeds Starke Ph. 964-2600
4949 Blanding Blvd. Florida Acts of 1941,
Open 8 a.m.--8 pm. .: :. with l the Clerk of you may have against the a.. Gas & Oil
Jacksonville 771-8244 tate of S. E. Sparks., deceased
i Circuit (Court In and for
Ph. 964-21S2 Starke. Fla.
8 p.m. Sat.--Closwl Sunday WESTERN STORE County. Florida up late of said, County. to theCounty Keystone Heights Charley E. Johns
1150 LANK AVE. SOUTH receipt of proof of publi Judge of Bradford
Phone Jacksonville 8843441tM1'En MUSIC LITTLE of thin notice, the flctl- County Florida at hi. officeIn Roy's TV Service
the court house of saidCounty Agency
name of Rrma'a!: Beauty Ph. 473-3176
at Btarks, Florida *...tlh.In
which
under I
am en-
Paulus Music Co. Western Store -...' In business at "UF.ltark. six calendar months. from CALL ROY FOR PROMPT 11 8.! Walnut Ph. M4- M1
\ Plnsa Htarke, Flo the time of the> first publication
Band A String' Instrument Qeorge Smith. 443F. Stark, of this notice.. Each claim or SERVICE GENERAL INSURANCVXobody
Gibson Guitar & Amplifiers "Where You'll Find .... fltarke, Fla., sol* owner.Dated demand shall be In writing 920 Thomas St. Starke
Bat rndeneOiCbvley
Cribbs Camper and shall state the place ofresidence Sinclair Nobody
thing For the thin loth day of D"o..mh..r. Refining Co.W.
.
School Instruction
-
Supplies
A. D. I960 at Btarke, and poet 'office address I Phone!! 96.8981BRADFORD E. John Agency
Robert Recorders EnthusIast"Westem Del-Rey CuatfermSJcainpar clothing -. 1SI29: 4t 1-19 sworn to by the claimant L. Thomas, Distributor
Music LIib"ryExpertRepair I
: Convertible hi. agent or attorney, and
Department foods' Saddles and any such claim or demand not II MOTELA GASOLENES KKROSENE
Hurst Shell
Shasta TraDers CAM FOR ShOtS so filed "shall be void. Service
41 W. Monroe !St.!
The Hoard of County Com-
Charles & Sharon ,11 la. 'NV.
TradDank Financing Jacksonville 81S -84U ... .... of Brad'fnrtl County, .A.I trrark'f:; -thw" L..I I SUPERIOR MOTEL Fuel OH and Greueo

5406 San Juan Are. 830 Beach Blvd. .02:! So. Edcewood """ Florida. Bid will receive 10:00, Firm Will and Testament. of S. America's Mont Hospitable Motete 603 a Walnut. Starke CARL HURST
at : a. m. on Sparks, deceased. Air Conditioned Free TV
, Jacksonville .383-9S4 Jacksonville 903-3091 Jacksonville 384-4219 morning of February 1, First publication Den *F.j and Coffee hwy. :301 & 100 Ph. 964-C111
the Ph. 964-M61
'In the courtroom. In 1988.
for the following;! 12129 4t 1757 N. SOI Pb. 964-3371
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THE RIGHT POINT for the A CliiMilfird Ad In the TELE-I I Mrs. Mable Phillips. death of WIU Lewis In Plant Reddish a mlH toniry: to IVOTIfK: !' Of1IUUIMTKH I".T.O..TO.111..0". ; ..

the way you write Come In I GRAril brings rmults. KINGSLEY LAKE "JJ."; Mrs. Leolo. Simpson of Miami City last week. lie Is the',.I South America. spoke to the N\MH' t

and select your favorite ES- .., /, has been visiting: her sister brother of Emory and Jeff girls Refreshments were tinundwrfilgneil;Not, lt', IH lieroby fci'v untlvt" <>n, that I theprovlHloilH '

TERBROOK fountain pen Adjustable Vinyl Book Airs. E. M. Norton ; Mrs. Mable Phillips for a Lewis. We extend our sym- served to those attending. vt i(
TELEGRAPH Covers. All sizes 30 vents ea. '< ,..; I few days recently. pathy to both families Little James Crlbbs of Laws:; of ld.I\ *ororli.W?t!.
Phone 333-2881 will KlHier with the (loi'k, >"t}
at The Telegraph. Mrs. Dave Medelras and Gainesville Is spending a
Court In and foi,
I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. An- th. fPri-ult 'j;
daughters, Misses Janice and few days with his :21 nndpar- Brmilfiwrt, County, riuiMd, up /j
.4 drews of Jacksonville wel'eIn reenlpt' of proof or publlun j,
Lnrlnda Roger Kelly and cuts,, Mr. anj Mrs. Gordon on .
CHURCH SCHEDULES
the community Wednes- lion of this notice, the rirtltl-/
Kingsley Lake Baptist Mike Conner spent the week- Jones. Otis name of bftj ""'om"> THKcrvlfe \ '"'r
day visiting Mr. and Mrs.
: end with relatives In Perry. Mrs. Troy Johnson is 'a pa- under which wt.are .
For the best Sunday School 9-43 a m.
deal Willie Hersey. Also visitingthe engaged In buHliiPMN at P "11
Morning Worship 11 00 a. Horseys were Mrs. Her-. We are glad to see Elwood: tient In Baptist Hospital In Box 161 I I. Starkv., FlaRalph ;,
Padgett home from service Jacksonville. We wish her a f' Bryan I' in a new Chevroletor m Training Union. 6:15: p. sey's son-in-law and daughter. 104. Stark! and ,'''..rl'8. r 1,
m Midweek: Prayer Service Mr. and Mrs. Leon Tom- from Camp LeJeune. speedy recovery.Mr. Johnx, Ut. 1 I. flux .13. Klark.. ')tFla. ,
Wed. 7-30 Choir Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth and Mrs. Emery Lewis solo uwnrrs. S
OK used p. m. practice linson of Jacksonville. I Uatnd l thin Mil) "lny of JanuHry t
have both bern the sick
car Brandon on
of spent
Padgett :
8:30: p. m. "Come. let us Mr. and Mrs. Hersey recently \ 1at Ht&rkr. UrudCurOt'ounty .
worship together.:" Rev Jim the weekend with hii.> parents list for the last few days. We, Florida.
visited Mr. and Mrs.
I Rlgdon., pastor. I Mr. and Mrs. Loyd are clad that they are feelingbetter I Ira: 41 120WOMENPAST21|
See Bud Wtnn on Wednesday.
I Beulah Baptist. Sunday Mrs. Wynn had been sick tot Padgett.Mr. now.Cauthern.
and Mrs. Randolph Padgett[ will enter -
School 10:00
I : a. m. Morning some time.
'' Crosby of Maxvllle were vIsIting the UnlversltHedlcal\ ,
Worship 11:00: a. m. Training
Ermie JonesAt 7Ip There has been a lot of his and Center for surgery.
Mr. I
Union 6:30: p. m. Evening parents. I I WITH BLADDER IRRITATIONi
sickness in this with all
Worship 7:30: p. m. Midweek area Mrs. C. C. Crosby Monday. Mrs. Waverly Webber of i I 91,common. Kidney' or:DlKtdcrrlr" *
the cold weather during thispart Mrs. Kenneth Williams Is Jacksonville spent the week 1, :xitsUlona aft...ct twine AI mnay women tat
Prayer Service. Wed. 7:30: p. men. and. mftirinakayou nnd nervou
Jones Receives Plaque of winter. Clyde Hersey spending a few days, with end with her brotherinlawand from too fraquant. burning: or Itching'
m. Everyone welcome. RevR. urination both day! and nlrbL.1 Broondar
has been ill' the last few
Baldwin Chevrolet Jacksonville. sister, Mr. and :Mrs. R. and
relatives in
L Taggart. pastor. Sly ;you map lose Blimp suiter fromHeadache "
days. Little Cindy Underwoodhas ; *.BtaktttUMi' and feel old,tired ,
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Mrs Frank Foster of Bar- De\Vllt C. Jones receives a framed ri-rllflnrtn, .. from Chiir, Steve Fyeedy and Dale Crosby.A ..topr0..ad. :In auott Jrra atillh( CY8TEX;
301 North been! sick all week with a brlnpj* fa**, relaxing', :comfort by
nard, Vermont Is Ic. Hch..>fr .. Crosby of Gainesville spent curbing:: :. !
il spending a < T, conmuimliT of -.I..nf..rd.hltemerlf'ltn. bad case of measles. Rickey irritating germ* In strong acid 1CYBTYY I

month with the James Ixglon fort 56, In 1.1.I.r..III1..11| | for a marble monument. nod. Underwood had to go to the Friday night, Mr.with and their Mrs. Classified Ad in the TELEGRAPH urine and.by fe anarlaalrfidl'aa: .\ 00 tt.1'I:. a O at-'l '
I grandparents
Large Selection New and Used Cars Blackshear. and family.Mr. bronze plaque' p.1] .. on. I the art IIh'r)' cmplarrmriit. un the South. doctor with a high fever. Ru- O. E. Crosby and Mrs. J. L. I bring results. I
Mrs Marvin War-
on Ti'iiiplov.nin. > 'ii|>|>roiu'h. to !Stiirkt ,l..nf..H' f'f'rtlfh'ule reads! by Hersey has been having a Johns. I

Our Lot at All Times. ren Jacksonvlle and daughter and Mrs.Lynne Victor of "It IN I the Hlsli of the entire/ meinnnrHhlp. .mid the commander I a lot of tests made lately. Rev. Dave Medciran attended -'!

Applcby of Jacksonville hut I we extend', most .sincerely. nor appreciation and, : Hope Little it's nothing serious. the Evangelistic Conference -: GET CASH
DenIse hasn'tbeen
I Beach! were Sunday dinner gratitude.not;, only' for your most grnarnna gift or th,. monument Hersey In Orlando last week. I
since before
guests of the J. L and l the bronze.. 'In of well Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth: Ellx- I
Bradley liuup| memory or all veterans all Mrs. Willie Hersey. received IMMEDIATELY (
I Mrs. Edward VValnwrl ht hut /son and son were supper! /
warn for all the contributions und "m-rviriw' no\\Itt C. ''Word that t her broth- guests of his brother-in-law j jSW

attended a French International James Fiuieriil' Homn has rendered... 'In the |I'a.' *'." cr-ln-law' Bill Swanson of
RATS I ''and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
I In Gainesville party Monday at the evening International I'rlur' t<> U'orlil' War I Jones \m obtain of Starke rifle Jacksonville Is In St. Luke's Bobby Crosby, and hU mother. ,,i

company] of 123 men.. Hospital with heart trouble. Mrs. Marie Ellxson) in
IM THE U.S.A. Club. I Mrs Jackie Hersey took her Gainesville Saturday night. $25 TO $600 \ |
Dewayne Elder of Valdosta
,,: I father, Pledger Johns, recently -
\ Oa. and two I Mrs W Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
children
WILL 00 AMESTIMATED. \11 of ,
.,+ Gainesville Ebllng In Macclenny Rev. and Mrs. B. to visit Ralph Meritt Bivens and chlld'en"re! visit -

,; ". :"i'I' I", 'h Saturday guests were: of Friday Mrs. Sa-and Lake .City Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .I W. Burns and daughter were who Medical was a Center, patient in Gainesville at the- .!vg Mr. and Mrs. Ronald I 'DO' YOU HAVE.. '
Cecil Whitehead and of Bivens In Jacksonville Sun-
.,.plt I die Elder and family. Sunday dinner guests the ,
"rq" Mr. and Mrs. daughters visited Mr. and Re-dishes.:: Little Dewayne Searle -Too many payments to make? "
Cleatus Nixon
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,:\ has been real sick all week. day.Mrs.
; : Mrs. C. B. Starling In Jack-
.K \ of Portland, Ind. spent Visiting the H. C. Harleys John Dorman of Perry -
J most of last week as guests sonville Wednesday: after- during the weekend were was visiting Mrs. Floyd -Too many bills to pay? /
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., .OOO.Ooo.ooo.oo.m damage' this year tb'" : j I of the O. W. Browns. noon. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Starlingof YYTYTYYTTYT.T.Bayless Smith Wednesday.Mr. I .

food; property, humans and live stock. Rot- \' Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Conner The Edward Walnw rights Avon Park. Mr. and:: Mrs.. and Mrs. Edward Nor- DO YOU NEED I

borne diseases have killed/ more humans than visited the H. L. Conner visited relatives In Jackson- Willis Starling: of White- Hiway/ man spent the weekend with ,
all 1 the war in history) for safe ville Sunday. house. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman .
scientific I family of Calahan last week. their son-in-law and daughter '

*pttat control you can depend on FPdfREB : Mr and Mrs. J. B. Craw- Mr and Mrs. Walter Holll- Starling of Jacksonville and Mr. ''and Mrs. Thurman EXTRA CASH NOW?
ford and their respective families. Br Mri. O. E. Crosby II I IMr.
I family visited Otis way entertained with a din- Jones in Lady Lake.
INSPECTION I AND ESTIMATES Leach who Is a patient In ner Sunday for Mrs Frank Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Ben- FTYYYYYYYYYTTYTYTYTYYYl.tr. and Mrs. Don New-' LET US HELlYOU WITH YOUR f
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Alachua General Hospital! Foster of Barnard Vermontand nett and Joey attended the ':
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and Mrs. Charles mans and children were via '
I UNDER DIRICTrOH Youth Meeting at the Christian MONEY PROBLEMS: '
l Sunday then the--.- visitedMr. the James Blackshear,
LO8IDAI 'or GRADUATCONTKOl CrTbtxs of Gainesville an- Itlntt relatives in Dcland last
Church in Starke Sun-
and Mrs. Billy CrawfordIn family.Mr. .
ENTOMOLOGIST nounce the birth of a son. wcrk.
s, 1ST Lake City. \. and Mrs. O. W. Brown day evening and Joey sang Jan. 18. In the University! The O. A. Girls met Tuesday We Are Trained To Help!
two numbers.Mr. .
PIIONI: I The E. M. Nortons visitedMI' visited Mrs. Margaret Ann Medical Center. Grandparents afternoon In the Educa-
o and Mrs. Bobby Orlffis -
and Mrs. Richard Ma- Peeler and family of Mandarin are Mr. and Mrs. Gordon tional Building' of Bayless
964-3965 cheda and daughter In Jack- of Jacksonville Is visitingher Town Finance Co.
a CHIMICAJ.COk Sunday. Jones and greatparentsare Hlway Church under the
mother Mrs. Pearl Star-
I sonville Friday evening Ken Zlpperer of Leesburgwas Mr. and Mrs. Edward leadership of Mrs. F G.
ling and other members of
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ebl- Tuesday dinner guest of Norman. Smith, Mrs. Bud Alvarez and 226 N. Temple Ph. 961-9091
the family.
Ing and daughters visited Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ed war 1 Wainwright We regret to hear of the' Mrs. R. B. Crosby. Miss Gall]
and daiuhters. Mrs Ruby Crews and:
daughters were visiting her
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brother and sister-in-law Mr. ,,

rYTYYYYYYTTYTYTTTYYLAVTEY and Mrs. E. J. Raulerson, on;

1"1'lday.tr.. and Mrs. Raul-,
\ erson spent Saturday with; AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I

Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Rauler -

fly Knza Blanchard, In Montlcello. On Sunday I

their son-in-law and daughter. -
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AAAAAAA1aaAaAlAaaaAAAa Mr. and Mrs. John.

( Members of the WSCS attended Broward, visited them. Air Conditioning-Heating CHAIN SAWS iLASS Office Equipment

Mrs. Patricia Lepzy ()f
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OIi" GAINES\'LLE District World
GAINESVILLE Hancock Office
Gainesville
spent Sunday I
Federation In Lake
Butler meeting I I with her parents Mr. and RUSS PIKER A. & J. Saw
on Tuesday of last GLASS CO. INC..
Mrs. Bill Patrick.THERESSA. I EQUIPMENTISmJthCorona.Au
week. This I
was In celebration
Alrtemp
I I Authorized "EVER TIIISG IN GLASS"Store
of the founding of the World ,. YYYYYTYYY.TYYYY fIM.tl1l St. Air Conditioning & Mower Co. I Fronts Mirrors t.borlze MethodlstiWomen '' '
Federation of
Dealer
Joe Anderson Mgr.Homelite Windows Sliding: Glass
on the 47th anniver- BHHET! METAL Clary-Victor-Tatall*
sary. After an Interesting Chain Saw, Doors Tub Enclosure CalculatoN
AxUln
Semi Annual ....Mental. CemmfN"Cltal 3038 N. E. Waldo Rd. Uaohlnat
program a covered dish SALES & SffiRVICH SALES -SERVICERENTAL: :
By Becky Now hit m -IndustrialalesinNsUatlon6ervlee Gainesville; 37H-2081
luncheon '
About Discuss
was server SAVE TIME :TOW
Repairs Sz; Parts All Makes I
80( women enjoyed this Oc- AAAUauAUAA.AaaAA4Hope GRAVELY TRACTOQ requirement with iu fin*.

casion. .LADIES WEARCherry' 529 N. Main St. Oatnesvlll
SALES SERVICE
4703 N.J& 19tb Dr.
The Asaoclational Music Baptist Church Phone 378-5SI1

Festival met at First Baptist Dale Bradley will take his Oalncovtlle 372-0714 2022 N.E. Blvd. Gainesville

Church on Sunday afternoon examination for license to Phone 372-3388: .

StocktakingClearance with three choirs from the become a minister: at Hope lust Off Waldo Road Gainesville's Most Fashionable PAINT &: GLASS

First Baptist Church and two Church on January 2B. If he AUTO SALES&SERVICE Address For Ladle

from Madison Street Baptist passes the exam. an ordin- CONCRETE PRODUCTS! DRESSESSHITSCOATSMATERNITY Liddell Paint &

Church of Starke and the ation service will be held at WEARACCESSORIES
choir from First BaptistChurch 2 p. m.Dale Jeep Jeepster INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Glass Co.

of Ralford. There will graduate from Family of 4 Wh el Drive CONCRBTE PRODUCTSARE 7 W University Gainesville

was a good attendance to en- Bob Jones University later THE BEST FROM KYANIZE PAINTSGlamMlrrorsSUdlng

.. joy the music this) month and has been RAMBLERSALES Edward's Building MOBILE\ HOMES Doer.
CHURCH SCHEDULES: called to preach at a church Tub Cnclbsures-Showar" Peon

Orace MethodistSunday In Illinois He Is the lIOn of AND SERVICE Supply, Inc.. MUSTANG .WindowsAwningCarpetWallpap.rSterefrnnt -
School 0:45.: Worship: 11 a. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde: Bradley ,

m. and 7:30: p. m.. Prayer The young people went to Ridgway Motor Co. "726 S. Slain-372-411 Mobile Homes, Inc.. Consultation. 1 a

Circle Monday 9 a. m. Jun- hear Rev. Lester Roloff 118 N.W. Sixteenth IS*.

ior MYF Wednesday (0 I p. m. speak in Jacksonville last 1133 S. Main OATNK9VTLLE!:. PLA. GaJn."lIIe' Discount Mobile GAINESVILLE 8738101fiLASS"

followed by choir practice Friday night. Those attend- Gatnetlla- S12-8433 Home Sale IA>i.

and Senior MYF ing included Mrs. Fred Dodd. ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC Purchase diHcoimU. on. entire

Starting Monday First Baptist Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Cuendet. Ro- chain guarantee huge savings. ';

School 10 a. m., Worship 11 mesa Dodd Lamar Coleman: BRASINGTONCADiLLACOLDMOBtLE I"WI

a. m. and 7:30: p. m.. Train- Jerry Pay ton, Bunky Frisbee, NEW' MOON -CAI'ELLA- University Glass

9:30 Sharp ing Union 8:30: p. m. Mid- Karen Broaden Cheryl! Grlf- PACKMAKKR;
Motor
: a.m. Inn. Repair Co. Used! Mobile, Homed Low .
week services Wednesday fls, Sue White Becky Frisbee -- & Glazing Co. Inc.
7:30 p. en.Church Prissy Dodd and Kay Alvarez 8ALH8
Of OodSunday low aa J100 down. '.
Pine Selection! < of Used Cars ttepairlngRrNtndlnCNew MIRRORS
School 10 a. m.. Worship 11 Don't forget; Sunday and Used 4820 N.W. IJth St. 441 North
On Cadillac Trades
Taken
a. m. and 7 p. m.? YPE Wednesday School. 10 a. m. Preaching, G&inmvllle. 378-I34S AUTO GLASS"

Save 1-41-81-2 and 7:30.: Prayer meeting 11 a. m. and 7:15: p. m.. Wednesday J"1 N.W. 13th. RU 411 WORK: GUARANTEED: CALL COLLECT; Tub iCnrloMiirm': Shower

( more Friday 7:30: p. m. night Prayer Service, PHONE. 378-5301 10SO S. Main Gainesville

Highland! Baptist Sun- 7:30.: followed by Choir Phone 372-8318 MotorcyclesScooteraStreet's Door ,- Store .Front

day School 9:45: a. m.. Wor- Practice.
1319 S. Main Gainesville
ship 11 a. m. and 7:30:: p. m.. SYMPATHY EXTENDED CRANELSNOOLNME7WUEY Bicycle
Farm and IndustrialEquipment Shop
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Choir practice 8:30: p. m., We wish to express our I 376-9951

I Prayer Meeting Wednesday sympathy to the family' of HONDA MOTORCYCLES

7:30: p. m. Rev. James Walker Mrs. Lillie Ann Johns in .the Cuhm.in. &: Ve pa Seontcn

:This is a store wide clearance sale when can be heard each Sunday lass of her two sisters. Mrs. Authorized' Steve Service Santa Fe Tractor DueatIBSZul1dappMotql'cyelesSales TILES &: PAINT
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afternon over radio station Shirley Hall and Mrs Dorothy 006 E. U'n.lvenlty Galnarrlll & Service

WZOK in Jacksonville 1320 Jennings, who were killed SCHWTNir'BICYCLES FUNTKOTE: TILEVinylVlnyl

Wilson's I on your dial at 1:30: ( p.. m. In an automobile-train Phone 372-4251 Inc. Locksmith & Safe Work
; cleans house of odd lots broken .
AslwstoAephaH"
PERSONALS I wreck last Friday afternoon.Mrs. Crane's Imports FORD 818 W. University Ave.GlnrTllle .
Sunday dinner guests of) Jackie Kersey, sister- 376.7781 Floor Finishing Product

Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders in-law of Mrs. Johns attended Volvo (Mercedes-Bens. ) Farm Tractors! a. ImplementsFord
sizes and color also
manufacturer- Leslie Sweat and CYCLERAMAMotorcycles PAKPETVALLPAPKIt
ranges. were Mrs the funeral servicesat FIAT-HILLMAN Industrial Equipment
daughter of Maxvllle and Oak Grove Cemetery \'
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Mrs. Bill Goolsby. Monday afternoon.PERSONALS :2301 N. MaIn Gainesville USED EQUIPMENT

discontinued styles. Mr. and Mrs. J.V., Thomas SALES PART SERVICE Tile & Paint
YAMAHAR Tenney
of Live Oak were visitingMr. Mrs. Jack Flakes and Phone 372-4373 PICK UP & DELIVERY ,
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and Mrs. W. F. Moore daughter of Jacksonville 4493 N.W. Sixth Gainesville. SALES SERVICE 3233 N.W. 8th Ht.

and Micky over the weekend. visited her mother Mrs. J. Phone 376-2548 I ACCESSORIES Gatn< svUl. 378-130

Mrs Ed Durban and Ray- D. Payton one day last week. I Beauty Academy | 613 W. I'niwrolty Gainesville.

Shop early while selections are good.VILSON'S mond spent last weekend We are sorry to hear that GARDEN SUPPLIES 378-2811 TRAVEL

with Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Boy- Jack Coleman's father had a : I

ett and family !In Valdosta major operation recently) andIs POWELL'S :MOVERS House of Travel,

Ga. still very sick. .

Mrs.\. Mable Harris and Mrs. Theressa Bally entertained Beauty. AcademyLearn Johnson & Faris, Inc. Long Distance MovingLocal (INC.

daughter of Maxvllle spent at her home "on Crystal AIRLINES!

\ OF GAINESVILLE Monday with Mr. and Mrs.J Lake last Thursday with Profemlo In Tour Complete Line ofREEDSPLANTS Storage PackingIraungShipping Drayage: STEAMSHIP'!

: H. Eunice and Mr. and coffee and cake served: -to the Spare Ttm Full 01' Part TIme R. R.1!
Mrs. Phil Eunice of Graham following Mr Mc- lasecticldM-Pet !SnppresFERTILIZERS!
DOWNTOWN ON THE SQUARE guests: FREE ESTIMATES CALLHILL'S Hotels. 1 Cr Rentaint I
I were Friday visitors. Crary. Mrs. Grace Searle DAY ft EVENING CLASSESLow I No Charge For Our Service.

Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Mrs. Ruby Mrs. -Flor MOVING
Hersey. I
Pertlllzer
Tuition Term 'We Rent Spreaders'1 Weekdays 8:30: to 3:00
Monday to Wednesday with rie Davis. Mrs. Blnky Cobbe.
I 334 N.W. 8th AT*. Sat. D t. 12.
I & Storage Inc.
her sister Mrs. C. E. Strick Mrs. Jackie Hersey. Mrs. Ed- Dt N.W. 10th Ave ,

OPEN EVERY NIGHT 'TIL 9 i I land In Gainesville. na Knepper. Mrs. Joyce Pay PHONE 372-0471 I 3540 N.E.: Waldo ltd. SilS- W. University' At*. I,

Weekend visitors of Mr. ne. Mrs. George McLaughlin Gainesville S78-J7fl Oahlesvllle. J'Iar. Gainesville 372-4271 OaJnesvilJe 3781601PAGETEN' I
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KEYSTONE HILITES Col.Will)) Hutchinson SpeakTo Ir- JIt4'iri V Indians Break Two-Game Losing I




By Jim Fo: RepublicansCol. Graham F. HutchInson Streak With Win Over Fort WhiteSparked \


"Please Phone In Your Items -173-1118, I ret.) of Lake Geneva will be '
the featured speaker at the ; 'toy Carl Hewitt with Cove Juniors!', 29-55. The Keystone : -

I regular monthly breakfast 31 points, the Keystone Indiana Heights girls 'tort 47-33

WOMAN'S:\ : CLUB NEWS Masonic Hall Saturday, Jan. meeting of the Clay County rebounded from a two- bringing 'their season record

Pans tor the "Smorgas :28. Serving will-be. from 5:30: I Republican Club, Suturday, game: lOfting streak here Tuesday to 33.

bOl':!" are in. fulj 's'tffng by I to 7:30.: Tickets are $2 for Jan 21. at 9 a. m. at the b.f \ night easily defeating Score by quarters

members of the Woman's adults, and $1 for children Orange Park Lions Club.A I Fort White, 94-36. Keystone: 4 12 9 19- 41

Club and we 'hope you have I 12 and under. Ticket's may native of Indiana Col Keystone was hot, with 41 Green C.: 13 17 23 16-69

made plans to ill the per cent In the first half, and
join : at be purchased from club Hutchinson has lived at Lake
members, or ticket chairman Geneva since I960 and Is 51 per cent In tire second -
Moon .and Trlent were In the
Mrs M. Schroeder. present Post Commander of I '
The business meeting of I the new Keystone Helghts- double 16 figures with id and 1.: o i M m, ,TO *.:. ,/.6

KEYSTONEHEIGHTS. the Woman's Club was held Melrose American Legion respectively.
Wayne Parker led the losers -
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last week at the mtntclpalbuilding InterdemontnatlonaJ
Post.Before with 18
at which time 8gb. his retirement six Five' 1'OI1J.t4'J1'> reMld, *.>nt| .. of l''ClljnA, Height were points. Community Church Dr.
/onj. (,hulrmun Mike Ga/xUck conduct. ZMC' Tlin-e inept- The JV's also had an easy
M. R. DuPont, of the Florida' : years ago he had a distin- honored by Kejutono Itfitarlium* .liint, FrIday during" u xpcrlitlIMrogrinn 03-17 victory led by Gray on A. C. Hoit, minister! ; Mrs.

Highway Patrol, gave a' Ing; with Deputy UKtrUt (;overllor UurllryILllrlle l (foreground) guished career in law and on early history. of the community. Krinn. left with 12 points, and Murrhee George Caneva organist
short talk. on "Selling {Safety and 'Acting 1....-" L1C'nt. M. J. llajnes In Iwwkjfround. the military lie was also an Sunday Sohool. 9:30: a. m.
and with 10 each
TruryV. Baker, helen Lawrence, Camille! Stewart, (;C'lrtrudelIou..er. Mooneyham
He stressed the 1m'port- enforcement" agent with the The a Morning: WorMblp. '11 a. Xtt.Nunexy .
won
Keystone girls
and O. K.: \UggliiH.FromIndians .
i ance of "defensive' o driving"and Keystone' Lions Arc HostsOn U. S. Treasury Deportment, hard-fought game, 46-37. ( '\ open both hours],
reported some shocking : and director-instructor In
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MELROSE traffic statistics, of 1966:.: criminal law and police pro- To Chautaqua Keystone Score by: quarters 26 24 :21 20-9t -Preebyt..rt"

116.000 persons were killed I In Saturday night Jan. Maypoit Naval Base where cedure in the Washington D. Fort White: 4 12 10 10-36 Faith Presbyterian CtnirahRriy

the United States,'and eleven 14, Lions all over the world they were given a tour of the C. Police Academy. He H president Early History of Keystone Told Win Streak Broken J. R. Neale Jt oojovl

BUSINESS million were injured. In celebrated the 50th Anniversary Destroyer USS Bigelow. of the Florida Military. The Indians dropped two l lute f MW.. 1 W' 1lu- organist
of Lions International, On Monday. night, Jan. 9,
FlorIda alone, 1,805 CounterIntelligence Association ; Mrs. Carl Swlsher
persons last (weekend after remaining -
From Indian stamping and live.l for games
Pittsburgh a
the world's largest service the Keystone Lions0\ ere '
were killed last and chairman of the summer OtQ'antat.8uII1Iday : .
year. undefeated in seven
DIRECTORYAuto Set. DuPont will give a oranb.atlon District 35-L, hosts for a mcctlntt\ of Zone Intelligence Division of the ground to Chautaqua cultural while in Miami and Sebring starts School 9:44 A. m.
comprised of 17 counties innortheast 3. Region 2 of District! : 35L.compilscd center. the early history of before/ coming to Keystone.The .
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course on "I;>e'enslve Driving "Florida ClvU Defense Coun- The home court advantage, Morning Worrihip a m.Sunday.
Florida held district of dubs in Keystone Heights was re town was incorporatedin
a Keystone -
which will be sponsoredby cil. the 13th and [Nunery open both
a Friday jinx, a
Sales & Service
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I viewed last Friday by AI 1925 Watson said.
banquet and dance at Macclenny, lIaw-
the Keystone Heights The public Is invited to attend good Greenville team combinedto houn.JEIII.eo1
Watson, past president of the In the earliest records
Jacksonville Beach auditorium thornc. and
the Starke
Woman's I the breakfast, and -
SPRING MOTORS Club. Plans for this reservations hand the Indians their first
Keystone Rotary Club. Lake Geneva was known as
with more than 400 The meeting/ was openedby -
be mude by
'event will be announced at a may 1 Ions of the season.
Complete Service Se Parts ForVOLKSWAGEN later date. This course will Lions and their wives pre Acting President M. J. calling Ralph Thomas.. chairman Guests of honor at the No 11 Lake. Watson said, a Sparked by McHargue, with St. Anne's Rrr.! W W.
Haynes of Keystone and : luncheon meeting( were sev- name apparently given it by Wocsball: vicar; R. O. Copeland -
be open to anyone desiring to sent.Among of the Clay County Republican 20 points. the Greenville PI-
"If It's For A Volkswagen Improve his driving skUls. (he guests seated at turned over to Zone ChaIr- Executive!: Committee era llong-tlme residents who troops of the llth CalvaryIn rates used the :free throw line organist.

We Have It." JR. WOMAN'S: CLUB the head table and Introduced : -: man Mchael Gazdlck of Mac I I at Orange Park 264- Watson commended for their Indian War days. Key- to good advantage In defeatingLh Morning Prayer amt Ser

Ai-wmya Plenty of Good Used Members of the Keystone during the evening! were i clenny Guests included Dep- 6906.! efforts( In helping build the stone Lake was known as I Indiana 63-49. mon. 2nd and 4th eundwjna.

Volkswagens! In Stock Heights Jr. Woman's Club Keystone's own Past District uty District Governor B. Da town to( Its present state of Soldier's Pond and later as I Carl Hewitt and Donnle 0:30... m. (nunTy open:}

GreeD Cove Spring Z84-8Z09 are coordinating their plans governor, Charlie MiQlavo, nese of Jacksonville. Hugh Melrose Girl beauty and prosperity.At Mirror Lake, the speaker O'Stean accounted for 12 points Holy Buttharlst\ and sermon

for the fashion show. which and his wife. KItty. Also representing Griffin of Macclenny, and one time the Keystone said.Watson each to lead the Indians in hat and :3rd Sundays, 9:30 A.
the local club President Joe McMeekln and Wins area was a camping ground distributed facsimile Ghurcfc,
AUTO SEUVI6E will be held March 10. Mrs. National scoring. Keystone trailed by M. tnursery! open\) ] :;
Dorothy FarrIs 'will i provide were Lion President Joe Secretary L. A. Richardson AwardMiss for the SemInole Indians copies of a descriptive; one point at the end of the School, 9:30: A. M. "Huly Eu-

KING'S us with additional details ata Wildt and his wife, JIt>len, of Hawthorne. After an Informative Career Watson said General Andrew folder, with photographs, first quarter, then picked up charlst: 8 a.. m. each Sunday."

later date. The program Included a meeting, which Carol Rothhammer, a Jackson chased the decks to published! by the Keystone five points in the second. quar- Evening :Prayer. 7:30: :f. M-

Service Station The Juniors have extended film Illustrating the start of Included a comparison of operating 1963 graduate of Melrose this area and his troops Heights "Board of Trade" in ter toload, 28-24 at half time each Sunday. ETC, 6::11! P. M.
of the camped on a knoll near the 1929, and proclaiming Key- took control In
USED CARS AT LlorJsm 50 years ato.: narrated I principles The Pirates
an invitation' to the ludlev. of High School and a junior at each Sunday.;
by Edward Lindsry. three clubs represented. Zone present beach ebout where stone as "the permanent the third quarter and, aided
BARGAIN PRICES our community to attend Little Rock University, hall Daily offIces of M.oIrn1nCand
Lions Oazdlck the McEuchern home now home of t.hF10rldlL/ Chau- constotent foul shots
presdent. of Chairman announced by easily
ELECTRIC their regular monthly meet been ftplected as second phwlnnel' \ e Kvenlntr Prayer. 8:410: A.
stands, the speaker said. tauqua. dominated the second half.
the meeting
tlonal. that next :zone -
Ins- on Thursday, Jan. 26. at Itlterna-/ In state competition M. and 8:00: P. M.
AND ACETYLENV The Wildts and / will be held In Maccleny "According to legend, before Watson paid tribute to Ed Greenville made it a grand
7:30 m. In the Clay Elec- for the 1S67 National -
: p. Arkansas
WELDING also made a side visit In Match.CRYSTAL. entering Into battle the WlgQ'lns'ho came to Key- slam ,by defeating tha\ JVs -.Bap tut
MKLROSB 473-Z1SI tricCoop building-; A special,I Career Award, spon- troops burled their money stone from Green CoveSprings 22-20. Sandy Grayson led the Worship service : Sunday

feature at this meeting will I bred by the National Society and other valuables/ along the in the early days. losers with 12 points. 11 a. m., 7:30: p. m. tnuraeryoponl.
be The
filnvenltled. and Letters.
a "Time LAKE CIVIC and that connects Little first water Score -
BEAUTY SHOP Garden Club stream established the by quarters: ],
Two Women," 'which 1* concerned CLUB MEETS competition was based or) Lake Keystone with Lake system and remained to help Keystone: 14 14 9 12-19 Sunday School, 9:43: a. m.

KEYSTONEBEAUTY with cancer, and the Sets Field Trip I I literature and short stories!! Geneva but efforts In the bring many improvements to Greenville: 13: 9 21 Id--63 nursery open].' Trstninc tfc,.
methods used to detect and The first quarterly meetingof contest-
from
accepted
I
were Out-Maneuvered
past to uncover this 'burled the city. He also\ commended ton 6:30: p. m. Inuraary openl.
SHOP cure this disease. Members of the Garden the Crystal Lake Civic atjt from oil Arkansas coUleges treasure' have not proved other "old timers" attending The Indians, suffered their: Rev. Lawrence Carroll

Edith Johnson, Ownwr The Junior Club will be Club of the Lakes will enjoya Club was held last Saturday I. and universities. fruitful." the meeting for part they second loss in as tnany days pastor. "

Personal participating with the Senior field I trip 01Thursday.. ,with ethuAla.stlc\ response Carol Is the daughter\! of Watson reviewed the had played in Keystone's as they Journeyed to Green>

; A: Creative C1'.I, ), the Boy Scouts, and Jan. 26. to visit thi\ tjaiden |and 19 new/ members wel-, Mr and Mrs. Grant Roth founding ot the town In the success stoiy Covo ''Springs, Saturday night -Lu'h__ .

Hair StylinriBdlvMool ,I' CUrl! Scouts In the forth- of Mis. John Kressmcn at :1''comed to the organlzatlon.Mn. hammer of Cedar Key She is early li)20's by John Law- Watson said he would continue to be .noundly. defeated by the Lutheran Church of Key-

Bmufy Car c "mi" Aibor Day Program. Tieiiton.. ". Marie W. Dent, secretary attending Little Rock Uni- rence of the Lawrence De. the second half of the Blue Devils. 69-44. stone HelsJiU; Vicar Richard

JC'Yeryo Form of Beauty Culture Cull SCOUTS' NEWS Mrs. kres.
Open Tue .-Sat. 0-5; Cub Scouts of Deft 2 met of District 5 and plans her that.a.. special 1 meeting Of the:I Memorial. Scholarship whichis came to Florida from date. cushy 'ou an"uvere" by the organist:

Cloaed Monday last Thursday at the home garden to supply flower arrangements club will be held Sunday, sponsored by the Metros smooth functioning quintet Divine. worship. Sunday ,11

Koyatona Height 473-4S6S of their Den Mother, Mr;. for her church Feb. 12 and all preperty owners I Woman:' Club She Is a from the' county scat. Bowlesled a. m. Holy Communion 2nd

Jack Methvin. This was the I for every Sunday of the year. I of the atea are invited to member 'of' Phi Theta Kappa rvyVvvyvYyyyVYVvvyyyyMELROSF' from Ft. Jackson, S. C Green Cove's scoring!! 'with Sunday of each month.

BOATS MOTORS( ( second meeting following I She wUl present the programon / become members.; honorary1 society and the Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Morris 26 points. Moon, was high for Services held (each: Sundayat

their holiday vacation and "What to plant to have Student ;National Education are the proud parents' of Keystone with 12, followed St. Anne's'' Eplscot>al

BILL'S MARINESALES the boys were eager tu start flowers the year arour.d." AaMHslation., : a baby boy born Jan. 13, Paternal closely 'by S. Brokas and Triest Church. Keystone Heights.Fla. .

plans on this, month's them*. Members will leave from church woild. grandparents are Mr. with 10 each. .
& KCnVJCC; ; "Highways to History.' By Sally; Rothhmm The JV'a altto lost their MC-
the Keystone Heights pavll- Father Kirby led a processional I and Mrs. Howard Moiris and
"The Fun Fleet's In" Following their meeting 8'30 proceeding: from the front of Doctor's Inlet. are ond straight, bowing to Green Catholic
lion at : a. m. In : ..AAA.".. .. ...' Maternal grandparents St. WllllaI4'sFr.. EdwardA.
Chryilrr Lone Star Boats the Cubs were given a guided to Melrose to meet other the church which was beautifully PTA NEWS I Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Price,

Chrysler'! Rotors tour of ClaY' Electric Cooper- members at Ford's Oiovery. \ decorated and aglow On Tuesday night of this Duplicate Bridge vlnners! all of Melrose. Kirby. priest In charge
Service & Part.. for ative Steve Moore who is for two weeks 1st place, ECONOMIC AGENCYTO Mrs. JE. A. Lamm organist..
by I Members bring sandwiches with candlelight A group of less fortunatefamlles- in this Mrs. Scott Tlwm of Orange
All Outboardi associated, with the Power small children followed area. : > Mrs Robert Clare and Mrs. Heights visited her son and MEET JAN. 26 Sunday Mass -7:30: a. m.

Corner Kte. 21 & 26 Use Department. The boys Father Kirby, and then a FAMILY DINNERA Townsend Dent. 2nd place, family, Mr. and Mrs. Dock A special mcetng of the Wednesday Mass -6 p. m.
Melrohv. 4734851CONCRETE Mrs Jay Livingston sad Mrs. Clay: County Economic Agency Monday Miraculous Me-
enjoyed and appreciated this mixed choir singing "SllentNight" Family Dinner, will be) TIson.
interesting and educational NEWS NOTESBy Ray Starnes. Tied for 3rd Willis will be held in the school dal Novena, 7 p. m. Inquiry
; as the congregation: nJoyed by Community Mr. and Mrs. Karl
:; ; viilt. Helen Egan joined in. Guest soloist Included Church members an I friends place Mrs. B. A. Allen and spent a' few days visiting his administration building a- class, 6:15: p. m.
Cubs attending- tha meeting 25 Mrs. J. P. Foster. Mra. Ray ,' cross from the courthouse In Confessions: Before Mass
Mrs La.
Mrs. Elva S'-ott' at 6:30: p. m on January parents. in New Oi leans .
Hawthorne Concrete : were: Mike Methvln. Margaret Pater and Leo Le- The guest speaker, Mrs. Julia 'Decker and Mills Iva Hilly er. Phil Maser celebiattd his Green Cove Springs at 7:30p. : on Wednesday and Sunday.Holy'
1st Mrs. Kenneth m. Thursday, Jan. 26. The Day Masx-7 a. m.
Denner Billy Beam, Assistant Melbourne place.
; FELLOWSHIP! CLUB Blanc. Lake Kellersberger of fifth, birthday last week.
& Supply, Inc. Denner; Steve Nelson. The first covered dish COMMUNITY CIIUHCII Beach will describe:! ham and Mrs. Evelyn Pen-I Mr. and Mrs. David Williams meeting has been called: at

REm MaLt Tyre. Danny Raulerson. luncheon meeting of) 1967 The men were Invited to tb4 work that she slid her nlngroth. 2nd place Mrs. are the proud parentsof the request of the county
DarreM! White. Ray Becker and Mrs. Phil, president. Dr. R. M. Paterson. SCHEDULE
MIX Joey Ricks. was enjoyed by 31 mcmbers join In the general meetingof late husband have done a new biby Davis Is
CONCRETEllwy. Don WIngate, Kevin Wyman, and two guests In the Ma- the Community Church among lepers In foreign Kromer. 3rd place Mrs. the son of Mr. and Mrs. OF SERVICES
and Zachery Andrews Den : January 9. when Church Women's! Robert Clare and Mrs./ Townsend Wlllams.
20 W. hawthorne sonic Hall on Januury 12. Women on tends. The Henry PARKof
Chief. Accompanying the President Julius Hanfeon an- : Mrs. Norwood Phelps of executive board will n'eet at Dent. 4th place. Mrs. B Carolyn Tlxon spent a few
481-2032,20:11: fish catch out their freezers -
; or
''A. Allen and Mrs. J. P. Foster -
Cubs were Den Mother. Mrs. nounced the appointment of Jacksonville discussed! religious I p. m. days in Jacksonville with hel'frIend : and trying( their best to the

Jack Methvln and Assistant for 1967 as fol- aspects of her recent BKAUTIPICATIONPKOORAM; Sandra Parks.
committees
their stock before PALMSSUNDAYS
Electrical Sales& ServiceYeoman's Den Mother. Mrs. Bay Win-, European tour with special Brownie Troop 157 has resumed Mrs. Stcphenson'* Home replenish
lows: the sets la "Red"Neal
gate. Refreshment were|I I Hospitality: Mrs Marge emphasis on the churches of I The Woman's Club Is engaging a full bchodule following Economics casws] attendedthe company too
has not been doing
Electrical served at the conclusion of," Ruth MaImgrefl Rusfcln. She observed that In a beautification the holidays. ThU month Fashion Show at PK
Tracy and Mrs. well with his fishing until
.1\1.
Sales & Service this meetlnlJ.The Table Arrantement morals of the Russian peopleare program/ In the small park will feature cookingIndoors Young In Gainesville last 11 :01) ii1.M.7:30 P
: when he
cubs and their fathers, I example and outdoors by the glrh.I Tuesday morning THURSDAYS
hostess Frank Wil-! very hIgh-for facing St Ann 's Episcopal week.
host.
and went
\ and a fishing partner
Frigrldaire Appliance are busy working 01 their mott. chairman and Mrs. many American movies are Church. It will be known as Officers were elected at the | Mr. and Mrs. R. F" SImmons indeed. Al- 7:30: P.It I.
and did well
Wanh those chosen very
and -
Maytag last meeting
for the Pl'iewood' be- wilt be several days
race cars Telephone Mrs. ejected by their censors Azalea Park and guests for FUNDAMENTALniltLE
Motorola] TV Elva Scott: though they state that they
Zenith and
Gaboaral -
Kate president
held were
will be of
which Illicit
flowerlna Williams
Derby. Ethel Weyman ct. lrman. cause of emphasis on beautified with are MrS. Dec TEACHING
Slegler Heater Patricia Rldaught vice lost as many as they got
later this month. Smith and Mrs. sex and other immorality. shrubs under sponsorship cf ; Dunde nnd her aunt, Miss I '
Mrs. Nettle
still in with five
P. O. floe 106 MeLrose FIRST AID CLASSES Emily leon; Sunshine -Mrs. Mrs Phelps concluded with the club, with the assistance! president: VIckI TIson. secretary Elizabeth] Gunzenhauser of they came An S.rvirelilleid In The

Phone 47A-ZS7I Clay County. First Aid Instructors Amy Ferrell and Ml*. Nell the statement tint God tr Of the City Council. : and Gay Singleton. BildKCport.: Conn. or Mr six and nice Mrs.bass.Laurel Bunce, I Congenial Atmosphere,

Leonard Jones and not dead in Russia: that line Is the treasurer. Mrs William Duncun arrived -
Entertanment the same
Along The
Grayson; Cub Pack Meeting will be along with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Of Lounge.
NURSERY Charles McOlave announcethe suffer for after a
Russians Monday
Mltta Loebeck. Mrs. many still unsllved problem of de- home '
Mrs. ,
held Jan 2T at 7:30: I'. m. at Wllkerson of Gainesville I
completion of another Scott, and Mrs. Martha their faith; and that they molishingthe old building visit with her daughter Kay '
Elva 1
O.C. Carnes Nursery first aid class In Keystone Beam: Publicity-Mrs. HelenV. accept limitations imposedon opposite the post office Overa the, Educational Building at 1'rlnfllof/ Daytona. Kay Is I Continued on next t"a.re: ;

Illway 100. Florahome Heights. The Standard Egan and Mrs. Martha them. year ago! this writer attended the Melrose\ / Methodist Interning at Ortona Beach

23 MUCH SE of Starke American Red Cress' First Beam. Membership is an all-. The membership wa a Council meeting Church. Following th? meet- Elementary!: School with the

Nursery Stock Thousands Aid Course which started on member committee. grateful for Mrs. Bert Chrlst- when, action was recommended Iris the "Plnewood Derby"race 1st grade.

ot Plants Sc Fruit September 9. was completedon A change in by-laws was ofer's welfare report showingthe by Ute then assessor will be held. All cubs are Boy Scout Troop 109 participated :

Trees to choose; from. Nice October 26 and the following approved *o that the luncheon cooperative interest and James Cook, that the owner urged' to be sure and the have bin In Jr. Leaders ON

Shade/ Trees, Evergreens students completedthis meeting will be on the contribution of many othe do something about'it. or pay those cars ready for Training Session with Troop I IYou

A: Landscape Plants. All course: William Beam second Thursday at 12:30.: organizations in distributingChristmas taxes. This bulldlnv has long race. 105. Billy Schoencman, PaulMorris 's
Kenneth Bryant, Lynda Bryant and food to PTA at Melrose High Martin and Assistant
In containers Plant anytime and the Game-Fun Day on gifts been, neglected, There are night Jan Jim GUARD
Camellias Sc azaleas. John Hammond, Ruth the fourth Thursday at 1:30 Massa. Jane Kelson, Lloyd crack In the "slls. and deb- School Monday Scout Master Claude
Hammond Sharon Jones. Rchari 23 at 7:30: p. m. Owen Chas- from Troop I
O'Neal. the Martin attended
Let U4 do your lal1dICaplnl'Phone : In St. Anne's ParIsh House. Olive, Larry rio all about.1"In"l1y Superintendent
::
68I-21SJ Grace Keeth, WInton Keeth Readers and member please! Sunderland. Thomas Tyer Council has taken the matterup taln, Assistant will deliver 109. Steve Moore Scout Master
Instruction
Roy Kemp. Oeor 4 Mass note the change of time, 1:30: and Reita Walker. and' through legal procedure for the Troop) 105: conducted the
information about:
Lucille Massa. Kitty Mc- on Thursday. Jan. 26. Mem- This latest class of ten It I to hoped bv the pop- course which covered cookIng -
PACKAGE STORE Olave. Jane Nelson. Lloyd bers to provide prizes for the first alders with a Standard ula 4 that the safety of pedestrians new High School at Inter- ( knife and' axe, compass don't need a guard to give your most precious

THE BLUE PINES Olive, Larry O'Neal Bill various games and stunts. Red Cross cord and an additional and the Improvement lachen. and stars. possessions and papers 21-hours-n-day& protection.A .
Reynolds. Jr.. Richard Sun- Membership dues of $1 for ten Advanced First of the landscape will Mrs. Gene Sapp, Mrs. Dock safety deposit box; in our 'Impregnable, fire-p rooC

Package Store & derland, I* J. Tanner. Tom- 1987 are now due. Mrs. Nettle Alders should make Keystone snarl com to pass. Tison attended and Mrs.the Billy UBA Single.ton neighborhood / -yyvyvvVvvvyyvv'YmyND1AN vault does the job to perfection for just pen-

COCKTAn.LOUNGE my Tire;, and Relta Walker. Smith Is treasurer residents feel more secure-: DUPLICATE BRIDGE meeting for the Girl nies a day.
These represented Interested cordial Invitation Is er- It Is flood to know that these Contract BEACH
Open S A.M.-12 P. M. Except: A Th Duplicate Scouts In Gainesville last
'Sunday people from the Keystone tended to all, 35 years of age qualified first alders are In Bridge Club meets on. Thursday Your securities, the deed to your house your

Dance Every Saturday Night' Fire Department. the Jones'Funeral Girl and over. our neighborhoods. For Instance evenings at the Masonic week.Mr.'.. and Mrs. Dock Tlson fLake Santa Fe) mortgage, your contracts, your insurance policies
DeWItt C.
4 MTLKS EAST OFKETSTOIVK Scouts. Home Gold Head ST. WILLIAM'S CHCRCII this brings the number Hall at S o'clock. Fremont and daughters Lilted Mr?. Mr. Jack F. MUler, Sr.AAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAAAJ. your jewelry and other personal valuables are

HEIGHTS Branch State Park end the. DELAYED NEWS! of fireman trained infirst Tolles directs the plaY.1I0MEMAXE1t8 I TisorOi sisters recently. Mr. safe and accessible to you alone in. a

Keystone High School. Under the direction of Mrs. aid up to IS. and every- COUNCIL and Mrs. A. M. Howell and safety deposit box: here.KEYSTONE .

USED CARS After completing the Janet Lamm organist and time the ambulance answersan The Clay County Council Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Owens of It has been kind of a so-so I
choir director, an unusual emergency call at least meeting win be held at Doctors Micanopy. week out here with our In-I
Standard First Aid Class, ten
Hanks Used Cars of the graduates) continued Midnight Christmas Mass one of the attendants Is a Inlet on January 24 at Mr. and Mrs. Spencer E. dian Beach folks this week STATE BANK

was celebrated at St Wil: trained first alder. 10 a. mu This Is an open Swanbum guests for several how about you all? This time
Into the Advanced First Aid
BIG CASH DISCOUNT; and Mc- .
Jones
Class, which terminated on liam's Catholic Church on I Instructors conducting a meeting which will be followed days are Mr. and Mrs Stanley of year things are dead as al Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla.
TERMS Christmas Eve The Mass was Glave are now by a covered dish lunch- Mack. door nail -kInd of the lull

BUY SELL TRADE January Course 4. Recipients Cards of were Advanced -: recited In English: by Father I Red Cross class for the newly eon with the Ridgewood Club Pvt. John Tanksley of before the summer "storm")I, "Your Friendly Bank

Rt. 1 Bbs 90 John Hammond Ruth Ham. Edaard Klrbv: the first time formed Cla'V' County Sheriff'sPosse members as hostesses. Election Gainesville visited Irma. Tlson Folks are finally cleaning, In Your Friendly Community9THE ;

Hwy. 1IX( 8 Mllm. 9. 8t rh. that an all-Enli mass has I at their meeting place I of officers will take recently. John is on leave the last of this past year's|\
(ConllnnNI on nut pa..1 been celebrntert In thr Ieantinupd. i_n next pagJr







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ThURSDAY, 1)00. SO:- ltlitA"
.. TWELVE BRADFORD COUNTY TELKflllAPIl: &TARKR, FLORIDA -
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I the Illness our appreciation. to the many
board meeting was conducted'I were in Gainesville last holidays with her son Edwin ll t tJI ry Allen Ganstlne Jr., Jan I many kindnesses during love friends, neighbors and orgau.zattona .
ii a9wi
of
our
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KEYSTONE at Kitty Martin's home. Jim weekend where they enjoyeda Perry and family in Hollywood lhd': IX and passing do we thank for their many acts of

Chesslngton spoke to the ladies delicious buffet served at FlaMrj Mr. and) Mrs. Terrance Lee one. Especially: ( faith kindness and sympathy to us
who was so
HILITES about the club's plans the University Inn. Mrs. and Mrs. John Olllls Boatwrlght, Hampton a Dr. Adams the years, Dr. In our loss and grief: visits,

... for the "Rebel $3.000" Tournament Simeral reports that she and spent a recent weekend with daughter, Melanie Sue, Jan. ful through and the Bradford Coun- prayers flowers, cards letters .

which will be held at her husband met the Univer- friends, In St. Petersburg 16. Rltch Hospital soff. ,.gifts, food and many other

] our club on March 3rd and sity of Kentucky basketball Mr. and Mrs. E. R Buchl ty family.! expressions of Christian love.
IFrom proceeding ;Pale 1tl -The Elliott Wllllama
4th. More details will be ,given : players, who were at the of Nashville Tenn. were CARD OF THANKS May( our Heavenly Father

mond. Sharon Jones George on tills subject at a later University Inn at the same overnight guests of Mrs. Buchl's OF THANKS ,bless] each one. Airs. H. L.
week the Keystone Ilelghts date. mother Mrs Axel : We wish to express our CARD Hough and family.
could express
time.Michael Words never
PTA conducted an Kcecutlva HERE: N' THERE Ray O'Donoghue, Malmgrcn, and Mr Malm- heartfelt thanks for. all the

Board Meeting at the school. Herb Nelson and Harriet infant son of Mr. and: Mrs. gren. on their return trip '_::I" .

Provisions were made to obtain Harper were members of the Edward F. O'Donoghue of from MiamI.

additional ''supplies for Zachek Rozboro wedding Keystone was christened at Mr. and Mrs. Julius Han-I t

the clinic. Board members party which was held in beautiful service conducted son enjoyed a visit from old ....e
.
announced that they/ are Starke last Saturday.: last Wednesday night at St. friends Sgt. and Mrs. M M. !.. :... .
.. : ,
S
open for constructive suggestions Last Thursday Mrs. Tom William's by Father Edward Broooks of Garner. Iowa who :...:. 't .
.
which mtttljt; helpIn Crutchfleld's brother and his Kirby. Godparents were Mrs. were on a vacation tour of :.' ..i .. 'N." Z.

Improving the clinic. Par- wife Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Tiller Everett Fox and Jim Fox. Florida. :. ..... I I
.. :
.. ,
ents, who are interested In returned I to;( their homein This community was again I I : f'S
1
volunterlng their services faith Kingsport, Term,, after an saddened by the death of \ : \ ..

clinic are asked< to contact enjoyable visit in Keystoneand NEWS NOTESFrom Mrs. Howard Cross of Lake \ S 1 : ..

Mrs Jennings' Murrhee other points of Interest Geneva Mobile Home Park Outstanding AirmanAirman II ,.. Lae

of Mrs. Choi-leg: McGlave. in Florida. only! about six weeks after .

Special remlnderj.frdon't}, Mrs. Tom Crutchfield and the death of her brotherinlaw 1st Class John J bans of his exemplary con- /:

forget to attend tho;;; regular \Mrs.\ Lawrence Carroll were [ proceeding- Page John Cross In Decem- Sullvan Jr left I I son of Mr duct and performance of . ... .....
monthly PTA mcStlhir tonight In Snvanrmh Ga. last Friday ber. Funeral services were A... ......... ft ': : .
place at the morning session. and Mis John J. Sullivan of luty He is a member of the .. ,
rThursdayl. Quest on business. I'ERSONALS hell; In Newcastle lad. on Keystone Heights was pre- All Defense Command' r-hJch ..- ...... .. .:: : ...:,.. "

speaker will be Sheriff Jennings Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cooper Mrs. Catherine Hopkins of January 17. Howard Cross sented a. cash award upon provides areospace defense ... .... ..5.. .. ..
:
Murrhee whfr *ill discuss and their two children. Russell Lake Geneva Mobile Home plans to return on Saturday beingnamed Outstanding against hostile aircraft and I. .... .. : .. ..

the Boy's Ranvh.;. and Rhonda have recently Park recently returned from with his son who will be Airman in his unit at Olathe missiles: He is a graduate of .. .... ... ., :.. ........

TEEING:- OFF : moved to Keystone a three weeks vacation visit driving back to the Park. Air Force Station Kansas. Clifford J. Scott High Schoolin : .. ... ... : .... .; ..''" .0.

On Tuesday mornings. and from C'allMrs.. Cooper will with her son, John Hopkins So many of our good Airman Sullivan! a radar East Orange N. J. :. ; .0... ..... .... .: :

Thursday:! afternbons.' Pro be remembered as the former and faintly In Phoenix Ariz. friends and neighbors are on operator, was selected on the .;._'.) S. ......... :. .: .. ..... ..

Lea Stephenson is conducting Lane Jackson. Mr. Cooper She spent New Year's with the sick list. We have con- -:.. .. .t .. ..... ': : .et

a Golf Clinic for new women will be employed( by Sperry- her sister-in-law Mrs. Freda cern for the return of good ':.. ... : ..."., *

golfers. These group lessons: Rand of Gainesville. Hopkins in Olendale. Calif, health for Mrs Robert Fcr- I .!...H....., ...\......:. >H ;: .....,........

will cost $1. which includes Robbie( Smith of Starke Upon returning home she rell Mrs. William Reea, Mrs. Johns of Starke has been ..'... : .. .' .
clubs If promoted to the rank of ma- .. .. .. .... :., .
balls and the use of anent the weekend with the reports that her neighbor Sara McDonald and Mrs. .' I' .. I.

needed. At the first Clinic Bill Belote family. Mrs. Walter Dunwootij', has Louis Kyle. tor in the Air Force and is :, t.. S.I ..H.

there were six pupils\ The Mr. and Mrs. Cnarles Oar- been able to leave off the Mr. and Mrs. Rolla.( Plnareof now assigned as associate ...... 1

only way to start Is, .Jth} pro- ber of Nelson's Point have use of one of her crutchesshe Postmasters Village,: were SERVICE MEN professor of political scienceat I 1 1I 1j
It is not the U. S. Air Force Aca-
per Instruction: and hosts at a covered dish din
recently returned from a visIt has been using since Injury I
too late to loin the (croup with their daughter and In a car accident two ner on January 17 to Mr. demy, Colorado..
the Women' Maj. Johns is a 1948 graduate -
The ladles of Snerwin.
and Claude
Mrs.
family the Olrard Eva shaviks years ago in Starke.
Golf Association started Mrs. Emily Ison. Mr. arid of Belle Glade High j OIgp0
:Jt Pittsburgh, Pa. The Oarher's Mr. and Mrs. Royal Shultisof e
their team play last Thursday ,,son Eric who is involv- Sun Prairie, Wls. are back Mrs Merrill Sargent and 1 j., ',Ift"1 School, received his B. S. degree
This will be a three- Postmaster and Mrs. Bill in 1953 from the Florida I
pd with graduate studies at with their friends and relatives -
week tournament with four the University of Iowa, flew' Mr. Shultis' sister, Mrs. Baker. .. 1 State University. He earnedhis ,
for the Ph. D. in 1884 from the
team competing cov- :;
in to Pittsburgh to spend, Esther Krueger. lives In ,. .
eted first-place position. The ,a University of North Carolina.
Christmas with his family.It White Feather Court.

teams are as follows the I It was a hanDY reunion for, Mrs. Emily Ison spent the INDIAN BEACHFrom .. 049/
Sanders Freda\ Wyman Lucille the two families. weekend with friends! Mr.
Fran Chcsslng- 'I Recent BirthsMr
Starnes. On Saturday night,: the and Mrs. J. M. White In ,
rvJ
ton and Louise Gallop [total :
members of the Keystone Jacksonville [ proceeding Pagelwent
points scored for this team and Mrs. Edwir Pre-
Volunteer Fire Department Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Baker
are 4J.) The Sneads Pansy over to St. Augustinethis iLi vatt of Orlando announcethe
hal. going-away party for has been, attending cattle
a
,
:
dinner
week and had
Hawes Erma Rushton, Fran past birth of a daughter Me-
shows In Ocala. Bartow,
the youngest member of and
Livingston anj Kathy Red- out at the growing popular"Pappy's' lissa Ann on Jan. 12.
their Wilson Tyre where they purchased two
fearn r T4 points]), the, Palm group.) place. Grandparents are Mrs. Ed
who has enlisted in the Air' pedigreed Angus.
ers. Billy! Danis Vrtf*. Alken. It seems things are kind of Prevatt of Starke and Mr.
Mildred Button, and Jan Force Twenty-five members Mrs. Ruth Olson returned on an even keel with Mr. I and Mrs. Eugene Crosby of I
Batts fno polntsl : the Nlck- were on hand to extend I II last week from a holiday and Mrs. W. A. Wallace for Brooker.Mr. Not for Florida !
I their best wishes to Wilson. visit with her nephew John
Since they returned -
lauses. May Henderson. Mar- a change.
Ha left Tuesday' to report in Thornquist and family In
tha Hayes Su Dw e and here from their and Mrs. John W. .
( or Lackland A. F. Base, Texts Clarendon Hills 111. hide-away. Mr. Plympton of Lawtey announce A million Floridians have) discovered a comfort.A cleaner,happier more health
Kitty Martin [C8 points oeOrgl"j
Mrs. Louise Perry enjoyed been in the hospital the birth of a daughter safer, cleaner easier cheaper, fameless ful home for your family this winter
Following the team play a Mr. and Mrs. Bill Simeral an extended visit over the I Sp-5 William E I Billy I
I and almost three Thigpen is spending, a 15- Mylnd Dawn, on Jan. 12 at way to heat (and cool) their homes. .. next spring next summer next falL See
.**t hope things hold their own I the University' of Florida electric air conditioning contractor
mother your
day leave with his Electric REVERSE-CYCLE air conditioning.
------- ----- and
with this genial couple Wallace Sr., of Teaching Hospital In Gaines or appliance dealer todayl I ITHERE'S
I they both regain their health Mrs Thigpen ville. One small, compact unit heats in winter t ,
his wife and .
Staike and
real soon. cools in Costs so little more than .
summer.
'"
Cel: the about children who live In Mac-

facts Winters The cottage has been of Mrs.quite Marion busy clenny. nnnounces Bradford County the following Hospital almost straight like cooling getting, the a heating house heater freee. NO MATCH FOR a

during the beginning of the Specialist Thigpen Is stationed births: "FLAMELESS"'".......".......... ELECTRIC...
with the 29th Evacuation No fumes soot, odors. No fuss, muss, I
year. Marion' mother, Mrs."Doll" Mr. and Mrs. Jack Olover IT'S CHeAPe TOO
Burchette her uncle Hospital; in Fort Devens. bother. Just dial year 'round automatic
Wood Waldo a daughter
Vall Lurton Abshlie tor[ ""tinl as Mass I Libby Marie, Jan. 15.
Self-Propelled FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANYHELPING
y we all know him] and their Mr and Mrs. Larry Allen I

guest Mrs. Edna:! : Raughber. Ganstlne, Waldo, a so.( ), Lar- BUILD FLORIDA r
all of Adams, Tenn. have

spent some time here "Unk"
JANUARY'16-31IN
Irrloall.on has returned to Tennessee,

but the women have remained -
LIVE OAK FLORIDA
In Jacksonville and expect

to commute to the lake until

they return to their home in

... .... ... .._ .. ..._...... "t. Mo. 2604359. March.
-.. ""W"--" .,.......... ","..II., ...-- ,. M. _. } '<-1 Mrs. Dora French" sister of
1' i'1
r ................ H_.... ___ .. !. '; ,'.' "Pap" Norsworthy halo been -Hv ,

## ... ... o ., ''''. \ up for a short visit with NOTICETO
l t'o-.tl. ,. : :. L "' .f' ," and Mrs. Reba. She
: : "Pap"
I \ I ; .. ;"o)....... :, ,;..'-f.<' ,{.:' '" 0'l came from St. PetersburgI

r \')\\' ,''IX''''' : .".. chatted with Carmie
Mimi
"" Float ''and daughter a v
I ::j. ,. .. .
'o"t "' # short while last week as they
.ff< >
.. '..':Jt..# were out for a stroll. Carmie

"oj. .... a f r tells me that daughter Mar- ,

,..,'.Pt: y I r gurlta Atlanta.is Ga.now in preparing school in to''I STARKE EXCHANGE


f, become an airlines hostess. AI,
; ;"; .l .. girl.
perfect Job for a perfect

( i Last Thursday pro\ed to SUBSCRIBERS

I be a most interesting daiv for

me-to say the least of itt) I R.I!
Lt 1st Class Harley i
spent It in Graham at the
Hartley whose wife Jane Is
home of Dewey Murrhee and
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I .
Frances! Crews. We had a
Robert L. Smith of Route 1.I'I
real old fashioned "hog-kill
i, Staike is stationed at VietNam
ing" and did we Iniate the
as a member ot the
unsuspecting wife of Rev Ed

n; Spencer to all the facets of Pacific vides offensive-defensive Air Force which pro-air- New' Central Office Equipment

I same. LuBell you are quitea
power for the U. S. and its

slash sport allies in the Pacific, Far East
labor 90 % Should you need to> wonder .
cost to
up and Southeast Asia. -
what happened to your paper Airman Hartley is an air 'Will Be Placed In Operation
boy this week just in case he
Valley Self-Propelled is true push-button sprinkler
( policeman and, before his arrival -
does not make It, as of now
'
irrigation. Gives automatic rainfall to up to 180( acres in Viet Nam was as-

at a time. No stops no re-hook-ups no pipe to movo % it the appears mumps'!he And is in right bed in with the signed to the 3201st Air Po- Early Sunday Morning

and no constant attention. Tt works automaticallywhile middle of semester exams I lice Squadron at Eglin AFB.'I :f

you sleep. Irrigates: 500 to 1,000 acres without Being* an all A student he Is He is a 1964 graduate of

help of any kind. Also saves by injecting water soluble so worried right now about Bradford High School. '
chemicals. 5
having to miss those exams February
w wboomyields Pvt. Vernon J Conner son
sicker
he shall probably be _
the of Mr. and Mrs. Frank O.
from worry than from
,, \ mumps I Conner of Kingsley Lake, recently i ('

Rain at the right time is the secret to 1004bushel JOE J. MARTIN on Til the next fellow week who do said you reck-"Our weeks of graduated recruit from training eight' tt ; ,

yields of corn and milo. Thousands of farmers allover Factory Sales Consultant days are numbered" could the Marine Corps Recruit 1 \ .,*

the country have=: found this: out. Light sandy Mr. Joe Martin has fourteen have forseen into the future Depot Parrls Island. S. C. He ... '

soils need frequent light applications and Valley Self- of broad Social! is now receiving advanced ,
years practical experience and saw! us having
Propelled is the way to do it. For example a Valley with Valley Self Propelled Security, rip code and seven individual combat training YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED OF YOUR"

can supply 1 inch of water every three days to 150 Irrigation systems under all digit phone numbers? before reporting to his first! '

acres. Apply water soluble fertilizers at the-same conditions. He knows crops Marine Corps assignment. ':
soils, and what makes .
time. Have precise even distribution. Systems aro:>> profitable. He'll be glad farming to answer In County JutlaVa Court In I, NEW NUMBER SOON
Airman 1st Class John M.
engineered to your crops, soils and water supply your questions Jan. 16.31 And For Bradford County,
I in Live Oak fla. Call for an Florida.Tn Miller has been promoted to
appointment re: Ritate of Lra Perryman the rank of Staff Sergeantat
Dnvln, deceasedNOTICH. BY MAIL
make
money 1O CIIK1MTOKB Sheppard Air Force Base,
.
.All creditor. of the estate of Wichita Falls, Texas where

High yields and drastic labor savings nre only part The idea that's changing are Lee hereby Perrymiin natlrieiH Davis and. rt..cea..d.required he is assigned: to a. helicopter

of the story. No expensive land leveling operates to file any claims or des maintenance unit. He is the

on grades up tq 5%. On new land developments a 6,000 year old niitnill sold which estate they In may the haveuiralnHt cif- son of Mr. and Mrs. S. M.

you can achieve the same yields as farms with land floe of the county judge" of Miller! of Starke, and his
habit Bradford County, Florida. In wife, Anne is the daughter
10 20 times much. irrigation
costing to as I
the courthoime at Starke,
Florida within >.IK calendar. of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mat- INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE CORP.
month. from the date of the thews of Starke. I
first publication of tM notice
Eawh claim or demand mUM be
In writing; and must tats the Claude J. Johns Jr. son of
lVALMONT place or residence and pout) office
addr... of the claimant Mr. and Mrs. Claude' J.

and must be .worn to by the
claimant, his agent, or his attorney -
or It will become void OF FLORIDAI'AC
according to law. i
January 12th 1067. I 19th. 1987.rilOMAS .
VALMONT INDUSTRIES, INC. 181! Uelore' Ferryman. Pitch.Kxecutrlx A PfERr-F

LIVE OArt4/ FLORIDA 39OaO PHONE A.C. C9O4) 302-1:222: ferryman. of Davis the, Estate dectaaedFirst of. Lee! atarke 20.1-S ,North Florida TVmplw Ave. j ...

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1IIHIUL IIl Earnest expects to move' here of Kwbi'uury' I I'MIT fit I I w.'i lvoclock ., lie rmclvoft$ I li,>. I tin' t'llv m I'tnin. 111 I 11..- "lIy I I "r Htnri' '"' itiui )1)(' wit li ,11 Lnt ii i rI n!' nipt' "requoHtfitl
I noon on milil .111 v nt ill' uf tliu flty( fl Stin k,'. 1 Ii 1 ,,1110'1 I 'If' to
before too Kltn lllllv< < IIHi'Cl t to t. <>|i t bllHlin The I t'lty "IIHCIVIH' rlicht '
long. the 12aM!: 'Mitrancc of g the I3radtord lila. until 7.Ull* p. in 11 IliiHttiiiKtiimlurd < ...H t In11"i'III. ,ajul, **n 0'l"> iitf, "*nt-i' wulvw InformaIlLl I I ,H m 1111)' 1 bit!.
RECREATION NEWSI Mis. Grace Beal of Free- ('(>IIIIIY Court MOIIHO I Time) tin "'h.r, ry' -"ull i IM'olvi. Hiul .remiill' i full *to i m.jo.t< "unj 01' nil bipiMvlpuIo <|
STALLING'S CORNER port. Oreat Bahama Island will offer for sale and sell t 10 7. ISO?, fur the. puitlniHu" & tif ig-itfil, I I'.n cuiiiiniHwUm an HutlibutuiM oi, I In;; iniit, \ltli; 01Ith::i ;: I
the hIjrheNt. b1il. was a recent visitor! to her hnnd the alioxo described .... Florida power plant I I.JH; ..li hlil ihdulfl be uddi" "HH I I Basketball League the way as Baldwin Chevrolet patents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. property of mild dcfomlnnta. .. tiKatlHfy < addition In the City Council. Star he, be for the kept IntoruatH of the,
I the aforeaald. l' x"cu' All nun LuIluI, and equipment Flcirliln.. "market! "Iuroha of City of HUrUo.MKAL : .
OASIS LOUNGEYour i i Wednesd4y. Jan. 11 slipped by Terwllleaar: Adkins. tlon. fiirnlfthtit, ] anil 1 till work petforkipd ,'- lull K-i flP.-(Ivm'rat o r Wot" nml ilu- ( )
| In the opening (game of the Motors 4130.WllUam. Scou- P i'. noiiciiHii "Bhorirrliratlfoiil Hliull I IIP i In m1crdaiit, > Utfd. to the' offlti of tlut City ('IL>' C"auncll' of 'the
:i 1967 sc \oon. Bradford Barber gins led Baldwin with 13 1119 n 2111 I ilm' 'unicnlH I i p< rtalnlniftlioroto I I \ M ,11 ,.i iMI.'in ut l\'. of lii... HldI I H*)' :Minlll I" 1 ICtlwari ..
CLOSEST Spot For Shop defeated National points. Gary Hamilton an.1:! In 4'iMitifly. ..U..N. Coorl..1 In wlik ,may In cxuiiiln. dpi I I. WII"I) < "till II (.10111111 t| ||| |II| I t'p., p.11,1'|| t L'iIy L'h'I'k
< : Warren had 8 each ,\,.. .-... llrtniruril (..'.cmFlorida. ,., In ('ossny .Iu.....'" fuurl. In nd or PILIIUIIH. (! at t tin. .,.frh'I'Mtif 1 I IHM',i-foi. ui,' 1 h)' igI'I" | | i l pupil I I 11" .11 !I
Harold Bishop
WINES BEER Guard 59-25. Johnny .
LIQUOR} Slid .'... Ilmilfi.ril Countx.Flurliln. Kc> noldH. Hiultll" :and Mill.ArchltcitH .
and LaRue Williams led the and Andy MAyton. J. Roy III i.,<: I Hlllh' uf !I.<'. Puiryiniiu and IJiiglnmtrH. 'IM'i' P
Open 9 A.M. 12 P.M. Barber Shop with 21 and 19 Chasteen. and Plenn Onann I>"IV IM, ilorftilMedNOTIC1J . In rim. ICmutn uf HcUii I'orl- tie u I ova,ril (1'iiiitnr. tIn 1\',. (!I"' ni'tie i
III"!' HKOIIATIC UntpimiHl.NOT1CH flux 4 sail), JIlI'I.II' I Illc I
lead Gene Summer was hlRh each had 4 points. Harry To All I I'l'rMutiH JnturffHtti. In /vf. TO CriRHITOItH FlcirldM." and 1 one opy I tin I .,it.orInilutlliiK
Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 A.M. for the National Guard with Hatcher and Ronnie Tomlin- The 1'.1111 t<> Of Huld. riworivnt: All crudllorM" of I tliu iHtato of Kid FOI'IIIH I ti" I.".
You. are hureby notltluif hint Delia I'OIKT, do.d.. lirehnroby illibini, LIed Inl Irlplltiitf, ) 'miiptirchaHed ''\ !I. Florida Theatre'I
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST 3 FIFTHSOR I 12 points The game was son were high pointers for n wrltum. tnHtrumt purport notlfl(*.l and n* 'itiirt>il from H" yiKlilHHniilh '
: never close as the Barbersran TerwllleBar Motors vlth 8 InV" I to lie tho Innl will And toHtHimltt to file any dalmn. or (leiniiiulHwlilch and. I Hill I *, for I II" HUH' '
of MHlcl tliMt4\ ..nt haH they have uffHlimt of $. .oi) IIIT Hi>t. whlt'h111
to 31-10( halftlme points each. Joey Reese followed may
QUARTS away a lifvn, .lulmitted I to piobatu!. In Haiti I'Htutu In the of fun* or tho not be n-funilotl. SIocfrh'"U":
with 7. Joe Kauffman thin tourt. VIMI nan. lirrebyimnmuiiclvil county JudKu of llrudfnrctOouiity. and ,conlrat Utii'uincntH nun

8 :Ml. South of Starke on U. S. 301 lead.Bradford Barber Shop: J. 4. Tommy Lyons 3, and tltir, montlm from within tlui nix cluto"III..n-of lit. Kloi Htarkc..IdH. Florida I In I the wllll-"couithnuHn li" ,the'x..nI"'d.orrite hut of tin null City proiuitilnt I'h'.kCity ''I 7:00Sunday: 3:00 -

Williams 7. L. Williams 19. Wa' ne Blunkenshlp 1. tin.. first publication nt thinnotke In Mix cul (n H. Bishop 21. D. Falcon 4. C. Standing twon- l.istl Ui. appear In thl h. courtnnil llm. dote of tho first publication to-A :Kid Monti' |'iriiieilv| i xt l, .t u. I I
It I I the Illdder end li\
Mhtiu ouuiMf. any you of thin notice l ach claim by n
Moore 4 Total: 59. Hurst Shell 1-0. Baldwin can, why (lIe Ritlon of tin or dtunand must b** In urltlntf' (1""l1fl,1] surety or a t'ortlfrcdor .1 Fill, SAT. JAN. 20, 21
National Ouard: O Sumner Chevrolet 1-0. H. C. Wall 0-1. court In, admitting wild will to and flutist", iituto tliu placu rrualdence raHhlcr'a hcck Oil uny' mitional
12. Smith 5, Crawford ... Terwlllegar Motors (P-l. prolmtu uhuulil not mund un- and ])i>nt office ail'ill or state bank. In u auiu I DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMme
of
revoked. 'ens of the claimant and "nine I tint lens than five )pelinnt'
T"111'8 Our Business I Oilffis 1, Brown 4, Jackson Schedule Thursday Jan. |IHI| Thoron, A. Yi",wn be sworn to by the claimant, tho amount bid mud? |m\iiit) .
GLASS r Urudforil Conn' to the of Ktaikc. 1"I"rldli. """
Jmlfg0
t Total 18. C Wall rev willegar county hl> oircnt. or him nttornt-v or City "
,) 1. : 25. H. vs I?. I'la.KlrHt. It will become void according must accompany mitch, lilrl ,HMit rrwiscH' coxponanon Pmes.BLKwICwTRTOfl
"i The second game proved to Motors 7 p. m Hurst Shellvs publltuUon' on January to law. "'LiU rim n I...* I tluit. I th<> Kltldt, i r.
If It's Glass We Har If I be rt lot closer contest\, as the Baldwin Chev., 8:15.: All m, r.itiT. January. 18. 1917.( will not withdraw fioin' ,llitumiiititlnn ? ? walTeR maTTHau
IlLS| 4t 210| nKOllUE II. lIISWnOiiorRe !: nliii l upinlnit tin-
CALL WRITE or VISIT I Garden Restaurant edged I !games played In BHS uym. .. II Pierce t n .ltI..nl bids. and In the e\tnt thectntratt .
FOR ANY GLASS NEED Hampton 50-41. Garden led Powder Puff n.ihkftb.ill, -- AIr..nl of Myrtle Brandt< Mc- ', IM awaiilfd, 'tn 'lh. I TH6 FORTUne COOKie
"I Bidder he will within tuuitdiiya \'
CJInnlB. Rxviutrlx" of the !hiu-
all the way. jumping off to a A basketball league for Mtlttli: It*' fillII: IKK-1 tat. of Uulla l ortcr. dot'caned. < t tlu-reuftir. "-mi reF I Into. ton, .. ,
We Design :Modern :Store Frenta I 25-15 halftime lead. Early In girls axes 13. 14. 15. and 16 N*l.rl: First publication Jaimurv, rntt and rim rim mb the, m"". I I .... nwwsur m'M '"urneo aRT19TS
the second half. H.impton. have been formed and Is .Vi.tl.! In hi'iciiy, ifUcn that 19. 1981. Imnd falllnir I I whlih he 111110"1
Just Mail Ua A Pattern For r I. V. D Iti,'ddish, Nlierlff. tif 1119 it5li'Iov 211! forfeit dcpoHit. IIH. 11'111 l '
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found the range and closed composed of the following I Ilr..dr.1. County Florid un- ilnniaKUH. Tin Kid Knml PLUS
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Table TopsSHEA'S ofliii'tullon *lj I'R"I'" '" nmni' <' Ut>nd iin' niiilrMl I \.
the gap within 2 points 31- league teamsStarke: Builders (I.'I i' and by vlrtuo of Writ : : I-C'\II. roii 111)S |
Holiday to Wit: A. K. Mperlfliatlnn Nu *81\21111*\ )!! ,,,,,,,, .
29. but couldn't quite over=? Supply Conners Ins. I ixoiutlon. Insui'il out of uti d b>' Williams Jewel- Ala..huu l'H/5JfA.K< : UV L-'NniNK: HUNKRATOft : ilicnrdin) anon. I uf, t tlu. innf '-- lOtUMSt1CTUIIS'..uaeo
take Garden. Mike Sexton Inn. and <-ourt' ( t Record of HKT,: FOTt 19*7 IITII.I ITIKX .
unnt to n '>r Inuiiran' < miHinvwhl k AUDIE
GLASS CO. was' high pointer for Garden ly League games will be "Count final ITlifrlda Jtulironu'nt pur for Ounorul : 1 KXPAXStoV: PHOORAM.( ','h .ifcen. tliull I 11.,\ u, BROD6RICK
(OP, STARK FI.I>KII>.\ I &T "
CITY
with 14 points followed played on Tuesday and Fri- (Iniinio, I.c.un Company anil SKAL.KD! PKOI'OSATH 'Mtuhltahrd lilucc ''II' bn -I n M t MURPHY CRAWFORD:
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closely Tom Malioy with afternoons at the BHS HKitlriHt Clinton U and Tliulninlluiitwrlirht /
by day
1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FK24353Florida: I defcndiintu.. In ''j
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12. Tom Paladino had high gym at 4 p. m Action. got the amount rt $12120: tOKcthi-t THefL. 4V7'I
scoring honors for the game underway Tuesday. Jan. 17. wit h .Illl POHtM uf CollBl-tlon' 1
Have Mul Pd, and huvi III nil aNCIP.IN UICMunmse.YCCHNICOS.05
as he held Hampton with 22 with Starke Buldleis Supply pimiuuulon tliv followl rig d...- : "/TICNHUCOPB:
points. meeting Holiday Inn. On Friday rIOod personal property to 301 DRIVEINOPEN !

Garden Restaurant T- Jan. 20. at 4 p. m. Con- Wit :
1080 Ford 4 Door Hecmn. TI- SUN., MON., TUES. JAN. 22, 23, 21&
Strickland 9. Mike Sexton 14. ner will take on Williams ll. No ammo" ru' NO (>ASSX1U577H -

BerrlnC I T. Malloy 12. R. Thomas 9, Jewelry. On Tuesday. Jan. Tun, No 4SW-1S75 I
I Sine 1950 B. Alford 7.Hampton 24. Starke Builders will test nlio-ve An the nnnipfl property deff-ndnntii uf and thy 7:00: -SHOW TIME 7:15: DIRECT FROM ITS I FIRST TIME

:,;,. T. Paladlno Williams Jewerly Hint on Mondny* the nth: ADMISSION. : Adults 75c, Students 60c: I RESERVED SEAT I AT POPULAR

,................... anwtang &., 8.. 22 C. Osteen 6. L. Hiligle 12. This is the second year for Children Under 12 Free 1 1I ENGAGEMENTS! PRICES!
I
O. Cooper 1. Standing Twon this league and many of the
.... FRI., SAT., SUN. JAN. 20, 21, 22 ; .
-- .. & lost! : Bradford BarberShop girls have displayed an exceptional STARKE, ......
1-0. Garden Restaurant amount of skill and -
Mrs. Carolyn I DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Warner Bros; .f" .A'',
Cordially 1-0 National Guard 0-1. we are looking for some very ,?
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Eaves Hampton 0.1.Schedule exciting,: cage matches so BUSINESS superg, ff *;,..>; '

Representative WelcomesPh. I : January 18. National come on out and see the girlsIn COLUMBIA PICTURES "IIIIITI r I action _

Ph. 961-4211 I Guard vs Garden Restaurant action. DIRECTORYAUTO I 1 ..SOLC.SIE6ELm.oum..WILLIAM ;: ] trPf'

and Tour .. Basketall show
7 p. m. Hwupton vs .1. Boys ; RICHARD
122 N. St. ,
Bay
Your I Bradford Barber Shop. Bil5. composed of ? ;
Family t. I This league of :shows
Starke New Horn I SENIOR BOYS LEAGUITJIUI1SDAY. : I boys ages: 13, 14. 15, consistsor IIOLDEN HEPANVISION ......: '

I JAN. 12 ftve league teams v,Ith the REPAIRS

I In the opening game of the following: sponsors: Chamber: > EATTLEBUI .

The State of FloridaIt 1997 season of the Senior of Commerce. Southern! Discount Earl's GarageALL /1' .

Boys League Hurst Shell Elks Club. Winkler I HENRY( FOOA-ROBERT SHAW ROBERT? RYAN. DANA ANDREWS. PIB(
Is Oar Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and Service ran away with. a 63- Electric and Beulster! OH KINDS OF 'I LLY

To Acquaint: You With Your City. 27 game game was over never H.close C. Wall.us Hurst The way League Saturday.play will Jan.get:21.under-with AUTO AU Work REPAIR Guaranteed. WORK .'" AJ.1'BARBftRA' WERLE[ GEORGEMONIGOMOIYTYHARDIWDA .tHARtIS BRONSOM

led 'all the way. Score at Southern Discount going Phone 969-2964' .. ) I / t..: '' C BUf./J./ WERNER PETERS-JAMES MlAIITHUR and IHlY SAVAlAS .1'

If you are new in the area a phone J halftlme'was 33-17 In fhvor of against the Chamber of So. Walnut. Stark COLUMBIACOLOR ',, SPIdON I t, mam' mnim.' 1 tIltS ttmu.MW ti PMIIP.. wmu' "HIM vman.' urn_is* IecHNPCu4.oPrS )
I Hurst ,Mike Jackson was Commerce at 11 a. m. and CCtIV 1100.I imnOisms 5thU55,\ 5511 CC111t5 I .Pmduit, .ULTA.PenMVIaIOU
eaD will l bring you a prompt risitj I. ,
I! high for Hurst Shell with 16 Register Oil meeting Wink-

from your local hostes Please give I points. followed closely byLal'ry ler Electric at 12 noon. AUTO SERVICE PLUS WED., TIIUUS., FRI, SAT. JAN. 25, 26, 27, 28
Thomas with 15 Bud3y: Bantam Boy BasketballThe
her a call I She has map and many, Oarbett 11. Lloyd Ollpln 9. Bantam boys league is Gilbert S. Brown UZlNS'A

David Williams 8. Randy formed for boys ages 10 11, Standard OH service Station -

free and wonderful gifts for 7041 Padaett: 2. and David Penoyer 12, and is composed:: of four ATLAS PATHWl llflBSO SEANCONNERY- ".
> mni
from local! businesses. I II 2. Edward Loper led H. C. teams with the following TOtES tc BATTERIES -

Wall with 14 points. sponsors-: : Andrews Drugs. : Budget' Term* Road Sorloc FmactKnulTRIUMPHI FIJAYISION'

The second game of the Koch's Diugs. Gem Jewelry. Phone 964-7071' _.
--. COLUMBIACOtQI I IKWCNOTJ- K::mm' amn "" r!rnnt wiun
night was nip and tuck alt and CarpS Departmentstore 407 N. Temple StarkeHURST'S

League play will begin
Saturday Jan. 21 a !9) a. m.

with Andrews vs Carps and S II ELL ...H'- : .
l. "
at 10 a. m. Koch's will meet ; ; ; ,
Service Station J'i j'l': :; : ];, .:; dpI, .
Oem Jewelry. q' t \ .J ,I : k,,:; ;
I 'Vf.'r.f.,1
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Pigtail Basketball Gs* Oil Lubrication l i' .;' r, ,
this Tin Battorlea 1,1' ,. '.,' ..'':':, :'tf(" I
At the present time Goodyear *! A i. ,'
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NOTICE [ program for girls ages 10. 11. ROAD SERVICE ', s!];,''.j.' ,: :.' 'I .A '

; I 12. is an Instructional! 1 one in SOl and 100( Stark : '' : {:. l; '
IN Th ,: :f :
. i I of the basketball skills and with fundamentals Mrs. Adele DRAG LINE WORK ,; COM E" K :\ : ;.t;

I Mitchell heading up the In- :

I girls structions.will be A organized league for as soon the, UNDERWATERWEED CUTTING GoT You 1(> I iJ: AG' : :

: as they are ready ALL TYPES (;
Drag Line Work
Mobile Home Owners I I The over of this all deoartment basketball i. O. GARDNER
program
Phone B64-O074
this year Is the best ever Na/.s7f-\\J

'with 30( teams oiganlzed METAL WORK c\ / You : \
j from the ages of 10 to 40 and:! i
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better! than 250 participants.The I THOMPSONSheet f, '
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Recreation' '.,' *, \ t
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Parks and Sheet WorksAll '1.1'' I I -, ., '\' ,." .. ,. .\ 1\1'\
Department wishes to acknowledge c '. 't

: If You Own The Property Where Mo- i Starke National our thanks Guard to Arm-the] Types Metal Work- ." .. .- : ;.'\ : .,;


: bile Home Is Located And Are Living In ., ory School and officials the Bradfoid for the High use, Heat Systems& Air Installed Cond. : hir TA e, WbRlW.SMAlLEST ELECTRIC. ADDING MAcij: '. .;15

i! of their facilities. Without Rd. 16 E. Ph. .!)M021 I : ::
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of these I It would be : .jn"" i" i
the use 1 ;: ..

Same, You Are Entitled To Homestead program Impossible we to now operate have func the I'i 5&LVE' t.VOUR' ......tli"If..: .: .ril. ,..,;r' L I ., '

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tioning.HAMPTON I $ ;J1; ': ,
t
You Must File For The Exemption I P OiLeK\S_ .
Exemption. vyvvvyvvvv'vvvvvvv TVv WATCH FOR i ..... ."';. . ..
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I I .. "" .

With The Tax Assessor SWARMING'TERMITES f" ', .1 ,j.t ; .- 1I1fl...... .'< ".
By April '
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I .>< : ootf'.J.t. .>< ..
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) .i' I.! $
By Mr. Mary TCUIIam : .1... ; ":"{ /. -+:

1st 1967.If ... ,. .'' ': ., < .t.,.:' ,
aA & & I ;!' / j l..
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4 !
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of the .. .' ',
The Ladles Council ,';1 I. '. % "
Christian Church met for i I, ,j.': !. '. .: ... : '; .. .;'.. ..,t
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You Do Not Own The Property thsir; regular monthly of Mrs.meetIng E.- I I ." ; ADD ___ .:, :' .h 1 1c
home
S. Sibley at the on Tuesday. Jan. I } <" : : : :, MULTIPLY .. ....:z.


\Where The Mobile' Home Is Located, 10.Carl Those Clarke.present Mrs.were Lillian Mrs. I I .. ., *. .SUBTRACT. ; f&v \!. \.

Hall Mrs. Margaret Crawford BALANCEP"OE rt0 :

Mrs. Sue Brannen and : CAEDIT I.. "
You Must A License .
Buy Tag. Mrs. E. S. SlbUy. !:
Mr. and !Mrs. Joel smith: of & ;:.
. Jacksonville were visiting! Mr. : 5)) ,4S .. \' '..

If You Have Any Questions On This and Tuesday Mrs. J. O. Adltlns on OR BETTER LET STILL ': ONLY 0 C'iau tI::: f'"iAi. '!

Charles Prevatt. o! New : ., .1

York City and Mitch Moore .

You Contact of St. Petcisburz were visit. .
May J. R. Kelly Tax
ing Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Pievalt .
over the weekend. \WIDA! ,

Mrs. T. r Brown and Mis.E .
Collector Gene Tax Assessor.
or Long J. Dowling of Staike at-
a eMMtOttCOk I j .
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tended the antique show in
CHECK YOUR HOMEFREE ,. t
the Garden Center n Jacksonville '
... .' .' ... :' ,,'' '.
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r : on Thursday. .. -- LI(..... .... ,;
Tinned: Mr and Mrs. Arvil Shealy I: It M

r and family moved to Georgia n .. ,.-.v '. i.i .
last weekend.Mr. .

J. R. KELLY and Mrs. A. O. Pope of i ..,O 'JJ" ..' -

Eau Gallie are spending sev- Why Take Chances '
eral days In Hampton withMr. I -i--

GENE LONG and:! Mrs. Edward Saxon. CALL HDFi; RDro<) TEl tGRAPH kj

Mrs. James Earnest of New : c. ,
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Yoik arrived Sunduv for a .J .. "" '" '_ ... _." Y "' ,,!,,!,,-a...
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months visit with her hus- 9643965la ,.-' III1j: ,., ...-11-... :" -. > : I .. 'L,
bllltI'' JunicA Earnest Mr*.i I -






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