Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 26, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Official County Publication Established In 1879STARKE.



County's Witness EsAaYeeeaeah Dimes Goal Carl Hurst

Takes: Probing yen At Mark' Hallway NowThe Council Chairman

Timber Firms 1967 March of Dimes
By goal of $3,000 has reached the

halfway mark: with 81,549.99! Appointed Mayor

collected to date, ChairmanJim
It waa popcorn and movie time during the final day Temple Informed
of hearings on Bradford County's 1965 tax assessments Volunteer Workers Committeeat mhr. "t.F
of timberlands last Thursday as defending Attorney a luncheon meeting at the { "ors Merritt Williams

Theron A. Yawn injected a note of humor into the four Holiday Inn Tuesday. Fills VacancyOn
In u run-down on the various
Hay ordeal. a.a
driven backed by the gruup.Temple .
Five timber company attorneys per acre; 280 acres, $152; .r said he
seen no season : -
pounded away at the 2,700 'acres $89. and 1.120 I 'Why the goal can't be

county's expert witness. acres, 870.Oilchriet2,838. reached, and added, "There'sreally Following the recommendation
Gainesville timber consultant acres, $107 Tl d fine point o' detecting radioactive fallout with a Bradford
no reason !why of their attorney -
John E. Hudson, who, testified per acre; 320 acres $244, Geiger counter are demonstrated for Frank' Wllliameleft), and Union Counties shouldn't Starke's
Wednesday afternoon and 120 acres $200. director of Civil Defense city council
Bradford County by Robert Kohlerof raise $4,000. Listed by the
and most of the day Thursday Bradford 840 acres $60 .. .. chairman: were. moved quickly last Friday
FSU. At right I. Walter II. Murphey, 'North "'Iorldar. "
Hudson listed timber per acre: 1,102 acres including Civil Defense rtiordlnutor. Coffee Days 9162 collected afternoon to name Acting
company acreage In Bradford 640 acres just mentioned. $1SO goal Mayor Carl Hurst as mayor -

County and testified its $90 per acre. Road Blocks $850 collected. and Merritt Wiliams,

value ranged from $90 to Attorneys for the plaintiffs 62 Officials AttendPreparedness ,1,000 goal. local State Farm agent to

$130 per acre. Including objected to Hudson's use of Business and Industry fill the vacant council seat.
swampland. hardwood, sec- tax stamps on deeds filed In $110 ,collected from six repliesto .
The dfangea were neces-
ondary and primary pine county courthouses to cal- ISO: letters as drive begins
acreage. culate the prices. But Judge $50O goal.Drives.]. f.W sary because of Mayor
The courtroom was darkened John A. H. Murphree overruled MeetSixtytwo still to come are: Randal Chitty's death last

Thursday morning them. Golf; Tournament, Jan. 28, .w Wednesday.Both .
when Yawn had Hudson The timber firms had $50: goal. appointments are on-

show numerous color slides claimed earlier that no sales officials and civic leaders attended an Institute Honda< drawing $10O goal. City CVMiucll Chairman end Acting Mayor Carl Hunt taken ly until the regular city

of typical timber company of timber could be termed for Emergency Preparedness presented by Flor- Coin Collectors, $300 goal. oath nit rlty'. Interim mayor last Friday afternoon after being elections In September.

sites to substantiate those comparable since acreages ida State University at the Civil Defense EOC building School coin collectors $300 appointed: by his fellow< board members. The appointment' wanmiMto Thomas and Pierce city at-

values. Involved were not large here Monday night. ____________ goal. Immediately after Mayor Kandul Chltty's funeral on the tornles, recommended In a
Clvltan basketball
Plaintiffs Rayonler Container enough. Rotary letter to the council that
Corp., Oilman Paper The firms also challenged The Importance of mass In county's four warning sirens game, Jan. 31, $10O goal. strong recommendation. of Thomas< and Pierre', city attorney. moves to fill 'the mayor's

Co. Owens-Illinois, and ? -1- Hudson's testimony on figures providing fall-out, protectionwas could alert only 40 per cent Mothers March, $800 goal. :Xuter In tile afternoon the council appointed Mrrrltt WllIliuiin post be made. "immediately]

son Blocker a private tim- he had submitted to the emphasized by the of the population and that local State Farm insurance, agent to fill the vacancy following Mayor Chilly's

ber owner testified earlier In court from his 43-day{ cruise speakers who saId: that practically Bradford has no trained Auto Accident created on the voiincll. funeral" Friday afternoon.The .

the week, that timberland made In November and December any material would be shelter managers, and no Both appolntntmt, are only until election are held In four remaining councilmen -
should be valued much lower. 1968. Timber company effective, providing there was trained radiological defense fI..ptt'mhf'r. met at 3:30: p. m. and
Based on their capitalization attorneys finally succeededin enough of It. Cement blocks personnel. Injures Gas appointed their former

of net Income theory. Container introducing color overlays filled with sand wool make The speakers commended chairman as mayor Then

valued 1U lands at of aerial photographs showing an effective and low-coat Frank Williams, county director Plant ManagerAn the four discussed, the vac-

>48 JS7 per .acre and Rayonler the difference In swampland material for fall-out roofs of Civil Defense on his DWI Convictions ant council seat over dinner

at 42486 per acre. unmanagable areas and walls. the group: was organization of the office automobile accident hospitalized before meeting back at City

Prime full-stocked\ !! tIm- and plneland. They claimed told.With and the cooperation that he H. H. Everett plant Hall again at 8:39: ( tm. to
ber land would be worth atop ,that Hudson included more Jacksonville the only has obtained from other city manager of Florida :Hydrocarbons name Merritt Williams to his

> price of $63 per acre usuable and prime plneland probable target area in this and county agencies. of Brooker and chair- first! political office. Williams -

they sad. in his report than actually part of Florida, residents of Walter Murphey :North man of the Bradford County Draw Jail Terms has served on the city

Container listed its net Income exists, thus raising values. Bradford County would have Florida Area Coordinator for Development Authority early Recreation! Board for several

per acre per year at Hudson's figures on new about an hour's time to seek Civil Defense welcomed the Monday night.'Everett's years.

'$3.40"and Rayonler, : t 91.74. pine plantations were also shelter before"ftirttUT'startsdropping group to the"three-hour) In' 1SX56 Chevrolet. 'se- A rash of driving while Intoxicated Stanton/ Francis Douglas, unlawful Veteran Covincllwoman Ru-

Those figures was capitalizedat challenged. from atomic blasts stitute which is provided by dan struck the rear of an unattended charges usually pre- speed. by Johns a former chairman

seven per cent per acre Randy Oowen Container there. It was said. Any type FSU under government con- 1966 Chevrolet station valent after Christmas each Arthur !Monroe Gordon unlawful was elected to serve atHunt's

per year to reach the land's employee formerly stationedin of shelter is better than tract as part of nationwide, wagon parked In front of year were 'heard by Judge T (speed.William old post for the re-

value. Bradford County listed none, it was pointed out-- effort to provide technicaland Lee's Drive-In about 30 yards A. Yawn ,In County Court Sylvester] Se.iosaler, mainder of the year.

The timber firms claimed figures he had compiled or even a hole dug' li> the educational programs on south, of the intersection Pratt Tuesday ,morning along with failure to yield the right of Hurst had been acting as

all seven factors of the had been compiled under his ground or a culvert under behalf of state and local Street on Temple Ave. Everett ,the usual round of speeders. way. mayor for several weeks at

state's Just Value Law are direction. showing! differences the highway. It would be civil defense. '64., was charged with failureto !Melvin Ray .Nettles pleaded the request of the 1U.Mayor
taken Into consideration In in Hudson's acreage necessary to> stay in the shel- FSU Instructors conducting have his vehicle under Control guilty to a drunken driving Chitty. The former mayor requested -

the capitalization of net Income termed unmanagable and ter for at least two days. In the course were R. C. and causing an accident charge for a Jan. 21 orfarme.' that Hurst talc over

approach. Container's figures. Oowen this area, before the danger Stewart-Sidney coordinator by cjty police. After noting that Nettles hall his duties for a period while
Defense attorney Yawn listed five different sectionsin from fall-out subside.... It was : Robert Kohler and II* has been confined In just been released from jail hospitalized In Gainesville.
based his case on the Florida the county: said. Richard Kasten. Bradford County Hospital on non-upport. charges the speculation
There was some -
Supreme Court's ruling on (Continued on Page 'FivelEspousing I It was emphasized that the .-(Continued on Page Five! judge imposed a. 60-day term Friday that Hurst would

fair market value )In the 1964 in the county jail and revoked appoint himself mayor. Theattornel'
of Walter Schuler.In Nettle! license for DO days.
cause vs. '
But Doubts Its Approval !\ letter to the coun-
that case the definition Elijah Dean, also ptaidlngguilty :
cil stated
of fair market value or just to a drunken driving
value Is the. price a willing charge, was sentenced to GO "The City Council may
buyer will a willing seller days in jail plus a $150 fine consent to the appointee of
Would Run Under New PlanShaw the acting Mayor or if it
neither beina under duress Ren. Shaw or 60 additional days: In jail
to buy or sell. and his license wan revokedfor prefers, may in Its. discretioncall

In defending Tax Assessor 1- a year. Dean was guiltyof a special election to fill

Oene Long's $S() per acre "grave doubts" "On the following day the ford. Clay Ollchrlst. Levy being Involved In an ac- 8, r the vacancy.
cident InvolvIng personal and "Should Acting. Mayor
average assessment on timberlands and Putnam counties.
Federal District legal advisers to( the
that the
electedto property damages for whicha h Hurst appoint himself Mayor -
Yawn used comparable cerely feel that I was
Court in Miami will approvethe and House Committee's on
term Is mandatory.
sales in adjoining coun- 120-member '' the House of Representatives Jail and the Council consent
ties. His expert witness. Hud- state's new Apportionment advised I 'that under the fairest apportionment Several other persona pleadIng thereto he should than resign -

eon testlfed to the following] House apportionment plan they could not successfully plan ever en- guilty to DWI charges as a member of the City
freshman Rep. Gene Shaw received stiff fines In' lieu of
sales: defend the apportionmentplan acted by the Florida Legisla- Council. The vacant City
says he will run In the new which' they could nerve jail
Council seat created
the to thereby
Union County.892 acres district 11 it is : adopted preceding ture. Thus I fully Intend
at $150 per acre average. six-county J ask the people in the new terms. would be filled by appointment -
Madison 11.94 .acres. okayed. day."Thus, the House Committee district! to allow me to con- One defendant, Purvis Oriffl of the remaining, mem-

$129 per aero.Taylor The third plan the Florida on Apportionment once tinue serving for the term to charged with possessionof Merritt Williams bers of the Council or In
] 4.960 acres. $120 Legislature has submitted to again offered the same plan which I was duly elected."I a moonshine still waived their discretion by a Special
the District Court which has which had been successfully that the the right to a preliminary New election. The Council would
per average. feel
do not and bound overt
passed two previous plans thwarted just the day before. hearing then elect a new chairman.
Dixie ,853 acres, $90 and had them both turned A lengthy statement released plan enacted Is any better () Circuit Court. Orlffls said
This time the committee "The appointed -
or persona
per acre. down by the U. S. Supreme Monday by Shaw for plan was amended on the than the present apportionment he would retain his own at- person or elected would
Levy 26.160 acres. $'lIS not of Bradford torney. CC BanquetSet
Court because they do the residents floor, Increasing house mem- plan and thus I have WilliamA. serve only to the next general -
Is .Another ,
meet its one-man one-vote Clay, and Union Counties bership from 117 to 120 doubts that the Fed- ] election
grave Combs of Olen, St Marys
In Its entirety: .
Bradford Coun- here
edict places printed members. However, the 120 eral District Court will ap- con But when the then -Chairman
with smuggling
the charged
Counties in a "As most of you know, SaturdayAt
and Clay
ty that It is
member plan provided
district with Al- Court of the United prove the present traband. into the state prison Hurst caned the special
March of Dimes six-county Supreme 9 1967 our present house district be difficult for me to see how requested a preliminary hear. meeting to order he announced -
BENEFITBASKETBAI.L chua Putnam Levy and States on January divided with Union County the Supreme Court's "one- ''Ing,and Judge Yawn instructed that he would. net appoint -
Ollchrlst. struck down apportionment it Is going into a seven county man. one-vote" doctrine can hIs office to set thelite Country ClubFour himself as mayor.
Four representatives wouldbe of Florida legislature ae district and Bradford and where six and
be Justified and Inform Combs "I'm not going to appoint
GAME elected from the new dIs- presently constituted."The counties placed lumped
Clay being seven counties are A newspaper delivery agent, myself but, If it is the desire
trict-two coming from pop- legislature having into six county district. Although house dis- outstanding citizens
a at-
Starke Rotary together for one Combs is charged with of the council, I will: serve
ulous Alachua and two from been In session at the time I offered numerous trict. Good government Is tempting: to ,take four ouncesof will occupy the spotlight at until the September election.
-vsStarke the remaining five counties. the Supreme Court decision amendments, including one not and never will be. accom- vodka Into the East Unit the annual Chamber of Com-
Civltans Shaw feel! the new 120- wa handed down it Im- to the 120 member plan, my plished by grouping six and of the prison. merce banquet at the Starke "He I!Mayor Chltty askedme
of It for
member plan Is no fairer mediately concerned itself efforts' were to no avail, and seven counties together for Judge Yawtn appointed As- Golf and Country Club this to take care
Tues.! Jan. 31 than the present one in with the problem of finding the plan as offered by the the purpose of simply reduce Blatant ,Public Defender Chester Saturday night. him and I've been doing the

BUS Gym which he was elected from a solution to the apportion- Committee pertaining to ing' the percentage variance ''(Chuck) Chance to represent Awards will be presented to best I could Hurst explained. -

1:30() P.M.Students Bradford. Clay, and Union ment hassle. the Second Congressional factor between such a district Combs after ddjlarlng those who have contributedmost .

Counties. He defeated Incumbent "On Tuestlay.! January 17. District was eventually] ad- and the average. No the defendant indigent to the community: In There was no discussion as

lOc Rep. Louis Huntley the House Select Committeeon ooted. A majority of the one. at this time knows what Eight! persons entered pleasof four categories during the past Councilman Nell Tucker
Adults 25c of Orange Park last year In Apportionment returnedan House Members from the variance factor the Courts not guilty and were placedon year: Good Government. Good moved to name Hurst to the

the primaries and then beat apportionment plan to Second Congressional( District will accept. and until they do( the county court trial Samaritan. Public Health and post until September. Mrs.
Chamber of Commerce Moore a Republican each of Ruby Johns gave the second
Adm. Chauncey the House which placed supported my we are prostituting good docket: Good Citizenship.

DINNER, MEETING In the run-off. Bradford and Clay counties amendments."The government in an attempt to Danny Phillips, charged with Henry O. Motes, Jackson- and the motion passel unan-
Union was placed h a new into a district with four apportionment( planas reach a low variance factor.If > malicious destruction of coun- imously.
ville civic leader well-
Saturday, Jan. 28 seven county district with other counties and four 141[ finally enacted has been the day comes when the ty property. He is charged with and The council then accepted
known humorist, will be the
StarkeJtGolf & two representatives.Neither State Representatives. Union submitted to the Federal District Court requires that the variance breaking out 16 of 32 windows "with regret", according to
Country Club does Shaw believe County was placed intoa Court for approval. If factor shall not exceeda in the old Lawtey Strawberry main speaker at the banquet Mrs. Johns. Hurst's resign-
which Is scheduled to start at
the legislature will get another seven county district with the District Court acceptsthe certain figure Irrespectiveof wharf. atlon as chairman.

chance at reappor- two [121 State Representatives. plan. our house district county line! economicand Clifford Chandler, driving 7 p.m. Buford Mitchell out- Councilman Tucker Inquired -
ThIs Space Contributed
tionment If the new plan Is will remain unchanged until historical factors: then while intoxicated.. going! chamber president: will If Councilman One Wiggins -
Weekly to turned down but thinks the "A substitute plan for the the November( 1968 election. we might just as well have a while preside. would serve as chair-

Community Events by district court will apportionthe committee plan was offeredon It 1s i! my considered opinion computer apportion( our Flor- intoxicated.Don Gary Hampton. driving Another highlight state if it finds the new however that the Court will ida Legislature.! banquet will be> a pictorial> ing. ""I appreciate ic:, but I
The the House floor, I am 'worthless
CommunityState 120-member plan unwork even if it accepts the plan, "Perhaps. some day! we Crawford, presentation of 1966 as "A can't.
Bank able. He does not. however. proud that I was able to order that elections be held can give credence to the check. Year of Progress" for Bradford Tucker then Inquired If

feel the court would impose serve as the floor leader:! for Immediately In all districts words "government of the County. Mrs. Johns senior member

Accounts now injured statewide: election of all legislators this substitute plan which which were changed."In people, by the people and for FIRST PRESBYTERIAN: : Reservations may be made of the board. would take the
to SI5,000 by because "too many was adopted by an over- the event an election the people." Robert D. Burch Minister. poet. She agreed somewhat
up by calling the chamber office.
Federal Deposit Insur- plans have been presentedand whelmingly majority of the Is ordered, I will be a candidate : "My primary concern during Sunday School 0:45: Morning reluctantly to "take It a few
they (the courtl) know House. The substitute plan for one of the four Eli 1 the recent apportionment Worship 11OO: Youth Fellowship 964-0301, or the ticket chairman months."

ance Corp. too much about it to throwus kept our present legislative House seats In the six county hassle in the Legislature not- 6.00: p.m. Choir practice B. p. Mlzell, Jr.. at 964- On their attorney's> advice

into a mesa like that." district Intact. district of Alachua, Brad- [Continued on Page Flvel Wednesday at 8:00: p.m. 0500. I Continued on Page Five)

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BR.\DFOnn COUNTY TEL1rR; ,trl1, RT.\RKF;, yI.ORiD4d
rAGE: TWO The articles' donated will !

r re-elected chalrisan:: of be taken to CJooxlikrUl IndiiH- I
Mrs. L. C. Johnson and children Air. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark 1 First Federal was re-elected
the 'board; Mlz of Live Oak are visiting" and Mr. and Mra. Gilbert
l>: A. Torodc, vice where will
president; John sonville,, they ba
her parents, Mr. and :Mrs. J. Brown were In Gatlinburg, I and
Reports Record president iI111.ltrellJlUrel'\ reconditioned by handicapped
Term. Wednesday to Sunday
D. Odom Jr. this week. .
sold. In'
Mr. Johns, secretary.Good workers and : Goodwill
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Lou don Knroute home Mr and Mrs. fore*
MonthA outlets to pay the em-
Sr. of Keystone Heights were Denmark stayed In Atlanta I i,Savings of handicapped
Sunday visitors of !Mr. and Mn. Ga. from Sunday to Wednesday Turn Day ployment per

W. T. Jackson. I to attend the Furniture f :{ net gain of (160,236.06 in sons. '
GLADYS MOOTY To Be SponsoredBy Good Turn Day was very
:Mrs. John W. Griffin ofOchloohmeo Mart. savings during1'the' first'' 17

Phone M4-OCS1 I', : Ga.. and Mr. and (Mrs. T. C. Chaataln was In days of .January; was reported Scouts, Cubs successful and Scoutmaster In Starke Montgomery last: :; year,

Mra.\ W. II. Thomson of Mon- Alachua General Hospital from toy B. F. Mtzell Jr., president? the
for continued
JAW Retch will ticello will spend 'the weekend Thursday to Saturday for minor of First Federal Savings St Boy Scouts and Cubs of Is asking of the public.
Arthur Maugham cooperation
spend next r with :Mrs P. F. Stump.: surgery. Loan Association, at the annual Starke will\ cooperate with
week In New York City on and !Mrs. Essie Jane Nettles Larry Noegel of the University !Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Snpp and '' meeting of stockholderson Goodwill Industries of Jacksonville

ttminees.Mra) of Lake Butler were admitted of Alabama Is home Mr.\ and ,Mrs W. E. Tilley visit Wednesday. Jan. 13Mlzell I again/ this year in:! WIN 12TRANS. RADIO

( W. B. Sewell pent the I to the Starke Nursing this week between semesters ed Mra. P. D. Reddish In St ,I i ir reported "the ol gest plans for Good Turn Day. Just guru correctly the Magic.

!weekend with Miss (Maude Se- Home this week. Mrs. Jack Gultman. of Memphis Vincent's 'Hospital! on Bun-I month in savings" since: First Scoutmaster David Montgomery Word In .'1"-'. eel this
1 1Wl'geTY
well and Mrs. Harvey Norman Mrs P. D. Reddish returned Tenn. was a guest the day. Mrs. Reddish( underwent Federal was opened In July I 1 said that Goodwill bugs l issue. on ''page 5 (only 1

fn .Richland, Ga. Miss Sewell Wednesday from St. Vincent'sHospital I pOHt week of her uncle and 'Monday of Inst week. i 4>f' ,ott 1964 and listed assets now on will be distributed by the prUe: ) Goes to first person to

and:Mrs. Norman returned with where she underwent I aunt Mr and Mrs. W. H., Mrs P. E. Stone and Miss t hand at more than $2,500,000.)/) Scouts and Cubs iin the bring In correct 'Magic"Word

Mrs. Sewell for several! weeks surgery last week. Nollmalm The Nollmana took Mamie Anderson of Archer "First .Federal paid more dential .areas on resi-I I

"Jalt.IMr.. 1st lit. Smith DeVoe Jr. ro- their guest to the Stephen were visiting: their sister than $84,000 to Its savers dur- and will be collected on

and !Mrs. Tommy Johns turned to the States on, Jan. Foster Memorial last Thursdayand K. (M. Davis, over the Mr..1 ing the 12 months ending\: December ruary 11, during National 'I' Merle Furniture

And eon of iMacclenny will visit 10 after serving 13 momlis in to St. Augustine on Sunday end. 31, 1966.: Mlzell ,said Scout Week.Everyone f

Mrs. J. W. Ritch and Mrs. Vietnam. He s now stationed : along"with Mr. and Mrs.
Daisy Perryman over the weekend f1t<, dump Dlx, N. J. W. Ft Swlnyer of Keystone Jr. of Meridian, 'Miss are visitIng i I savings account. He pointed Goodwill bag is asked to fill Spanish Traditional
and they will attend the The Methodist Women's Sun- their son and daughter.inlaw :: I -
OOO out in
Heights. out that the $3 paid It with clothing shoes, jewelry, Provincial Colonial
Circus in Jacksonville on Sunday day School class had a birthday who has been 'Mr and Mrs. David '
the John Drew, dividends was equal to the pay- and household articles and have Interiors By Victos
afternoon. i dinner Monday night at staying with his grandmother, Coats, for a week. 1 roll of sizeable new industryin Sat-
X M.. ( a en the porch by 9 a.m. I to Orange Park High
Inn for Mrs. I lit. 21
Holiday Mra.' John Draw Sr. the past Mr. and !Mrs. Guy Sale wereSunday the community.Mlzell .
Smith. :Mrs Smith was pre I urday, Feb.! 11. School, turn right to 17.
semester while attending BUS, dinner guests of Mr said that 1066 was not
sented with a birthday cake I I More than 125,000: bags will Jacksonville 2649331.
has returned to his home In and Mrs. Keith Ollllngham in s. an "easy: year' and was one I
1, and a personal gift from members IndIanapolis, Ind.Mrs. Jacksonville. 1 tI filled with a combination of I be districted In North Flori-

of the class-as a memento W. E. Middleton and Mrs.( E. L. Crawford spent I, r adverse factors for the Industry
of the occasion' 'Mlddletrwi were the weekend with her granddaughter +l
$ Miss iMadge as a whole. "Locally, REGISTER NOW
Mr. find Mrs. David Jacobsonof visiting Mrs. Mao Jones In Miss Beverly Crawford we were aware of these dlf- ,i

Pinewood Drive have movedto Jacksonville J on Tuesday and In Jacksonville. ; .a: ferent Influences war-stimu ,
Gainesville.! Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Warren FOR
Wednesday.Mrs. lated inflation, tight money ,
Rick Hood of North Carolina Norwood Hope and and family and Aldo Zelaya ., t.,., -t t interest rates, and

State University Is at home. daughter. Tamela, and Mr and attended the American Field t y+, ( unprecedented spiraling competition for ADULT EDUCATIONCLASSES

1.'o this week between semesters.Mrs. Mrs. Emil Raab and children Service Exchange Student din- wAAa .r .r ";"aesAYs.l,, the investment dollar -- but

Adam Green entered of Gainesville were Sundayguests ner at the First (Methodist ''Urw)1 did not experience extreme
st. Vincent's Hospital last Friday of (Mr. and 'Mrs M. A. Church in Jacksonville Friday J,, 1,, V ,. 1, effects from them, as did some
for observation and treat Baldwin night '1 parts of the nation," MUell: TO START JANUARY 30

r ment.. Mrs. Bill Epps returned Tues Mr. and :Mrs. J. R. ChasteenJr. said.

Mr. and :Mrs. John P.visaing Jones day from St. Luke's Hospital! and family were visitingDr. r _._M_. I Despite the "tight money"situation. ((18 Weeks For $2. Per Course)
of Batavla Iii were -- -- -
: where she underwent surgery and :Mrs. J. L. Stith in First Federal of

:Mr.: and ",frs. C. R. Scogglns last week. Valdosta, Ga. on Sunday. Barbara Jean Kessler Weds Mr. BrownIn 1 Starke originated more than Elementary and High School Subjects

last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rlgdon Rev. and Mrs. V. J. Ragsdale $739,000 In mortgage loans

Rev. and Mrs. Harry -SellersJr. of Jacksonville were last visited relatives In Fort Pierce First Presbyterian Church Rites \ during the year and assets State ApprovedVISIT

and family of Hot Springs. Thursday visitors of Mr. and and Okeechobee last Tuesdayto Increased approximately one-

::5a.Jns'l'Tou're darn toot- :N. C. are visiting Mr.several and Mrs. J. L. Gentry.Mr. Thursday. Barbara Jean Kessler ofStBrfce Dompoms! At the other' end half million, or percentage-wise, ADULT EDUCATION OFFICE
:Mrs. Lk F. Smith and :Mra. Charles Hardy Mr. and Mrs. John Greene of Richard ll USO Building)
'n'I! Check State Farm's low : daughter ( of the table was an eper- a gain of 26 Va per cent, Mlz (
days.! visiting Mrs visited his mother Mrs. J. E.
and family were Kessler of Portland, Ore. anttiers. said.
Insurance rates rates so Local admittances to Brad C. E. McGauley !in Palatka on Greene, in Jacksonville Satur- Q. W. Bass of Wildwood gnette with three burningtapel's "During the period we reduced TELEPHONE ADULT> EDUCATION

low that many careful drivers ford County Hospital this week Saturday. became: the bride of and blue and white liabilities (other than

may save Important Include: Mrs Doris Lamb W., Mrs.Dix- Mr and Mrs. Winf ) Hazen day.Mr.. and !Mrs. Carl Swwell! \ Robert Keith Brown, eon oMr pompoms Interspersed with ravings accounts) by more Write ?

'.cI Uan. And check State Margaret Hlnnon, W. Ed Reynolds and family of Gainesville and and family will move to St. and::! Mrs. R. McDonald fern.The than J73.00O," he reported.

Farm service-so good that on, Billy Mrs.Overstreet Owelda, Johns Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Hazen Marys, Ga. next Tuesday where Brown of Wnter Haven, on punch!; table was covered During ,the board of directors ADULT EDUCATION DIRECTOR

and Mr. end Mra. M. F. Huzin Mr. Sewell Is being transferredby Saturday. Jan. 7, at 7:30: p. with a white linen cloth
Insure Jr. and following the stockholders -
people more cars meeting
H. Jennings
Lloyd were Sunday dinner guests of Oilman Paper Co. In the First Presbyterian and held two punch bowls, Starke Florida)
m B. Drawer 100
:/with of Starke; Mrs. meeting, Mrs. Ruby (
us than with anyone Tmmy'Brown) Mr. and (Mrs. V. V. Hai.cn: Mrs. J. W. Kincaid spent the Church. Rev. Robert D. surrounded with fern and I I

;etse. Call me todaylllMERRITT !!! Jeannette Cuendet, John Bailey Mr. and !Mrs. George Flynn past week with :Mr. and Mrs.C. Burch performed the nup- blue pompoms Presiding at. Johns, and re-elcctod Eugene for L. three Matthews "It's Never Too Late To Learn"
Ferrell and! Mrs. : were
(Mrs. Amy |
Jamey .
Sr. and Mr. and C. Hoppe In Tampa. the bowls were Miss Darlene
of Keystone tUls. term! A. J. Thomas Jr
Patricia Wingate Phillips Jr. and, daughter were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hawkins the altar were Ttiff and Miss Joan Wil: I year
H.WILLIAMS Thomas of Mid- Decorating
Heights; visiting\ Mr. and Mrs. Jeff and family of Jacksonvillewere tap 11ams. .1
of burning
Grlffls and four arches
tileburg; Clarence Davis in Gainesville on Sun Sunday visitors of Mr .tov -
Miss Newsome
!Mrs. Agnes! Fuquay of Lawtey; ers, centered wth a large Dorothy ( I .
and MM Titus Olson.
117 N. Wah.ut St. Hallie H. Everett of day.Mr. sunburst arrangement of kept the bride's book at a
and 'ilfrJ., L. Cento;\ Mrs. W. B. Taylor of Jack. table covered with white I
white gladioli, iceberg pompoms
Phone 964-5391 Brooker. left Wednesday for Macon GIA., )('l. Mrs. N. S. Dankel of St. where (Mr. Gentry will vend Mra.'\ V. J. Ragsdale this week.
background of jade burning taper with a camellia
Cloud Id visiting her son-in- several days and Mrs. Gentry MJr and Mrs. V. J. Spengler against a }
: {IAi rAiM' fern and palms. White satin corsage attached to the t\
STATt FUM l MUTUAL law and daughter, Mr. and In lau
a week with their son- attended a reception for Lt
AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE ..1!L Steed Lewis. Mrs. Lewis I ,, bows reserved the family; I silver candle holder.
Mrs. ( and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Gen. Lewis B. Hershey, National
6L99MincloeuuNOls l Is convalescing at home following Hoist C. Beall. They were accompanied Selective Service Director p-eiws.
INSUUNC' M. Davis organist Mrs. Helen Ingle cut thebride's (
Mrs. E ,
rues : oral surgery last week by Mrs May Putnam at the Mayflower Hotel 'cc'
cake and assisted
accompanied Joyce
I who will visit Mr. and, Tuesday night.
soloist) who sang : In serving by Mrs. Wayne(
McAllister in WarnerRobbing ,
.. Mrs[ Jim Mrs. Joyce Riherd and sons I
.. I Ga. and D. L. Ritby, have moved into their new and! "The Lord's' Prayer. Mundorff. SALE
:Bob Loewenthal served as' After a short wedding trip
.. who will visit hist brother in home on E. Call Street.
best man and the ushers the couple are residing at
: For the best deal I Macon. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Randall
were Chris Brown, I 314 S. W. Third St.. Gaines
!CMr and Mrs. A. C. Brothers I I of Tampa were weekend guestsof
Brown and Bob Jones. ville. The bride chose for
and ,baby' son of Falrmoimt Mr. and Mra. Bill Graham. comfort and freedom but...
: in a new two Miss Alice Linda Inwards: traveling a two piece wool Enjoy; panty girdle ,
Chevrolet City, Pa. are spending !Miss Jane Adams of Suiting
of Gainesville attended as suit with black!
cranberry ; accessories
week with her parents, Mr. College, Bristol, Va will be AVOID"PANTYLEG
: or OK used car Elder. maid of honor and Miss I and the white orchid
and Mrs. :M.: L. home from Thursday to Sun-
Bernadette Maria Solo served from her bridal bouquet
Mr and Mrs Herbert Thom. SYNDROME"A
day.Mrs. as bridal attendant. They, The bride s a graduate of
: See as and daughter Kathleen, ( Curtis Edwards and were attired alike In floor: I Bradford High School class:
4 Mrs. Charles
were visiting daughters were visiting Mr.
01 horizon
length empire gowns
of 1966. The attendIng
Fowler In. Winter Park over and' In groom
Mrs. Guy Edwards Jacksonville -
blue crepe with matching the Unverslty of Florida
Ermie Jones fx the weekend. on ''Saturday. headpiece to which was where he is studying social; poorly fitted panty girdle

Mrs. Merrill Struth end [Mr. and Mrs A. L. Starling attached a veil of Illusion psychology and::! work!' part with a too tight panty leg
daughter, Martha, and Mrs.! spent the weekend with relatives hinder normal circulation
: At They carried colonial nosegays time at the Alumni Association can .
George/ Rdberts Sr. were visiting in Savannah, Ga. of white camellias Interspersed on Campus. ....act as a tourniquet, cause

Baldwin Chevrolet I' Mrs. Pearl Booker In' De- Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish with blue and silver swelling of feet and ankles. Doc.

I Land over !the weekend. and family have moved to 1 net puffs and lilies\ of the $324 CollectedIn tors call this "pedal edema."
has been accepted -
301 North Billy Fountain Court Sherwood ParkII valley\ Blue streamers wen Prolonged constriction can result *
: Officer's Training
I for
School in Fort Jackson, S. C. Wilmington, Dela., where attached::! to the lace bl.Ck-1: Dimes. Drive In unsightly tg i markings. ,

Mr. and Mrg. J. R. Martin Mr. Reddish was transferred ground. By Girl ScoutsThe too. Why risk It? Come In and try
i .
by the Uul'ont Company. Mr. bride given In martnlape -
: Large Selection New and Used Cars on of Tallahassee spent the week- and Mrs. Cula Coran of W. ; by her uncle, Harold on the wonderful new... \,
end with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Girl Scouts of Starke
: Our Lot at All Times. Madison Street have purchasedthe C Glasgow was lovely In an '
cnnls.l collected $324.00 last Satur-
Reddish home on Searing COMPENSATE
empire A-lIne, floor length
j Street day for the March cf Dimes
velvet gown, with sccoop
Surge/ Searing, non of Mr neckline calla lily sleeves: from their Road::! Blocks. Panty Girdleby

and Mrs. B. B. Searing of' and chapel train. Her elbow The girls put up u road
block at the Intersection of
Starke, was on the dean's list length, veil of Illusion was
and honor roll at Stetson secured by a double princess 301 and Florida 100. In addition -

wNa University for the fall semester. crown of pearls. She carried to having street coin
collectors at other placed In 't'.t
r k 4 Miss Lllllar Stump and Mrs & Colonial nosegay of "white LEXNIV "
the cityNew
A. S. Harrison. will attend the camellins Interspersed with,

Southeastern) Fashion Show In white and silver tulle puffs

Atlanta, Ga. from Sunday to and lllies-of-the-vallcy. cen- Mary Carter

$" Tuesday, tered with a large white or- Paint] Store .rer ".,
chid. White streamers tied

District Gov.Commends lover's( knots were attached Under Construction

to the lace background.Mrs. .
.r ., ,t d Y Starke her Construction of
.3.n Bass chose for a new Mary

] daughter's wedding.: : a blue Carter Paint Store is under

Rotary Program two-piece dress with blue. accessories way on North Walnut St. and
> complemented witha should ,be ready for occupancy t4 A' tkf I
District Governor 'Ed -Pack
large lavender orchid corsage around '(March' 1, according to
of Gainesville gave a six- f.I
and lavendar net puffs. R. C. (Tee Wee) Dampier, -p. r
months report of his -administration ,
operator of the present Mary
The bride's grandmother
at the ''Rotary Club
Carter Store on N. Temple J4i
Wednesday, commending the Mrs. Helen Mersereau -

Starke club on its activities,, blue two-piece Jersey dress Ave.Dampier
said that the 36x64
and .especially Its foreign student with black accessories and a I
ft.' building would also house
exchange; program. pink carnation corsage the mixing equipment for

At the request of Gov Peck,, Mrs. Brown, mother of the Nationwide: paints, which he I nfl

For tinker or top executive. the club. voted to elect officers ', Broom,with wore black a blue accessories tv o-ptece ells( wholesale and retail.
I in February In order that they
: For housewife, teacher, clerk. may receive Instruction at a and a lavender orchid cor-

district conference! to be held sajtt. The groom's grandmother ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH
wore a beige! suit MtarkeSimilny

: OUR DRIVE-IN TELLER WINDOW IS in March with beige cymbidium orchid MUM. 9:13 a.m. If )) '

: A GREAT GREAT CONVENIENCE'' ; corsage Thiii-wliiy Bla..4 __- (6 I p.m. O : G CJ
Mother's March. A reception was held in Saturdiiy Miraculous JImlalNnvriuv

. Tuesday. Night.I the old manse at 390 N. __ 7 p.m.

: Use it wherever you're driving Cherry Street where the CV>nt
: in any weather mantel In the .reception hall and ____ 00__ 7:30 p.m.

all around THE BRADFORD held a large fan-shaped arrangement I Inly :, .. year starling NOW I I of white gladioli s with the Adjust; -A-Thigfi pantyteg

.. COUNTY TELEGRAPH and blue and white cushion ST. WILLIAMS CHURCH I inserts, that expand instantly to

Keystone Height s your very own thigh size..allow
. Published every Thursdayat pompoms on a background of
. you to enjoy the freedom and
138 W. Call St. leather-leaf fern. t >
. Sunday. MIUM ___on 7:30 am.VmIncwdiiy .
i ::, control of a panty girdle..without
Starke, FU. 8E091 The biide's table was covered \ MUM. 6(I p.m. '
a with a white lace cloth Monday 3Ilracuk .Medal 1 ; > nstrictfon.i .

Second class postage paidat __ y Long Leg'Panty illustrated...
FLORID Ai with satin skirt. The corners Novena -- 7 p.m.

Starke, Fla. were caught with blue and Inquiry. Class, _.. fll3: p.m. t"tales i

Subscription Rates: white satin bows and the Conhfmlonn' : Before Mom on ,$

; "' In trade area: 3.50: peryear center held a cascade! of WetlnpNtluy & Sunday. .
''O/B: 'APfKi fll t' 's:t' whitewedding bellsand H.Jyduy Mom __ 7 a.m. : 4
1 R"K"E
: : ; 9200 PIx month white satin bow At one end'or I We have Compensate' by Flexnlt ,In a variety of styles ,.

: I E. Matthews\ ., editor and I:,.' the table was a three-tier- ST. MARY'S CHURCH with figure trimming front or front and back 'permit

_ One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group publisher e
Outside trade area: $-.00 a bride and groom. At the !Sunday Mass -,_-, 11SO: a>m. In Small, Medium, ,Large and Extra_Large xeo. $5.00

Member: ,Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. per Tear: ; 12.25 rtx months base was, a garland of plum- 1.nff'lon..: before 35.ass

J ails fern anti Jjlu pud white


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Mrs. Taylor Weds I Margaret CottleIs New VFW PostIs for Ducklmns will he told .it t .l1Rni.U'y('' 1 tin" H have been J I\\"_

the Story Hour Thursday fires' Wltlof:> It acre:, ,burniJ,
Wm J. VeaseyIn ComplimentedBy I afternoon Jan. 26. from 3:30 at compared with, five fire I

Lake City Beta Sigma Phi OrganizedDouglas to 4:15: :r the public library. and eight acre burned
Mrs. Philip Clark) will be Kama. plJ'40d( l /last ,vein

Mrs. Ruth Taylor of Beta Sigma Phi honored Baldwin was elec- storyteller.All There Wile no measurable

GLADYS MOOTY Storks and William James :Margate Cottle. bride-elect ted Commander of the new children ages 0 to 9 rain during the week ending

Phone 964-0651 Veasey of Aberdeen N. C with a lingerie shower at their Veterans of Foreign Wars are invited. Monday.

repeated nuptial vows at the regular meeting Monday night. Starke Chapter 8058 at an

home of the bride's brother- The affair WUheld\ at the organization meeting in the MOODS FilthsllE1'OIiTED :
Marilyn McCrary Thornton Home in-law and sister., Mr, andMrs. home of Mrs Dot Falling with armory Monday night. : ; THE RIGHT POINT for the

Honored At ShowerIn Bill Crawford In Lake t ..' Mrs W H. Johns as co-hostess.! Other officers elected and Three way you write. Come In and
Is Scene OfHousewarming fires/ were :repotted' Mli-it your favorite ESTER.
," After short business meet- Installed at this time were:
City on Friday Jan. 20. at 8 a the
by Florida Forest Servicein
IIKOOK) fountain TEfJO-
Davis HomeThe p, m. Rev. I. K. Clements of Ing, gifts were opened by the H. A. Coleman, Senior Vice Bradford County last week; I Tf.I-KGICAril.: pen.
Lake City performed the honorec Airs, Hammond, the Commander; J. B, Coleman with 13.4
acres burned. Sim" o f
home of Mr.. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Jimmy ceremony.The bride-elect's mother, wan, thereto Junior Vice Commander; I .J<

Oscar. Davis was ,beautifully Thornton were honored Sun- bride is the daughter enjoy the occasion. Carl N. Henley Quai let-mas

decorated. for a bridal shower i day at a house warming at of Mrs. F. C. Lanler of Lake wvlt Refreshments were served by ter: Julian McRae Chaplain; REGISTER NOW
given Thursday. Jan 19 honoring their new home on Brownlee City and the groom is the t wa7 the hostesses. and A. L. Crosby Jr, Judge "

I Miss Marilyn !McCrary. Road. given by Mrs. Gerald son of Mr and Mrs, J. A Advocate; M. A, Baldwin Jr..I .
: given by Miss Loraine Davis FOR(
and assisted by Miss Charlene Baldwin. Mrs. Bobby Sapp. Veasey of Aberdeen N C Tina Lea ChasteenHas first year trustee: Peter I "
Mrs. Gene Sumner Mrs. Providing nuptial music Johnson, second year trustee;
Davis and IMIss Kathleen Thomas ,
of Starke and Mrs. Kay- Hugh Hutson Mrs. O. R. Alvarez during the ceremony was'' Birthday Party Blake Jackson third year I''' t ADULT EDUCATION '
Jr Mrs. Jesse Ricks trustee; Conley Joseoh Bush
Jones of Miss Barbara Clements pi-
High springs.The Tina Lea Chasteen cele-
Sherrod Hamilton, : CLASSES
and Mrs. Thad Smith, anist. Surgeon;
refreshment table was brated her fifth birthday
Flower arrangements in The bride was attired In a I Adjutant.The i
centered :"
by a punch bowl sur- I Saturday when her mother I, TO START JANUARY 30
Installing! officers wereRobeit
rounded with camellias. shades or orange brown and baby blue wool street length
pink Mrs J R, Chasteen Jr., gave ,
Brockman of
green were used to highlight dress complemented with M.
Decorating: the coffee table wasa al i a birthday luncheon for her Ocala State Department I OS( Weeks For, S2. Per Course)
silver and ,white wedding points of interest in the blue and white corsage ; I I'r
bell tree and pink camellias. party rooms for the occasion. Following the ceremony a f and ten girl friends. Commander; Al Allums of
aiming' the 38 guests was The refreshment table in the reception was held at the I I iF,1 I 1 The long )luncheon table Ocala., District Commander; Elementary and High School Subjects

the mother. of the honoree, dining room was covered Crawford home The bildc's ",1 l >f. was set and up in covered the family witha and Bill Taylor Gainesville.: ;I' State Approved
Mrs. J. N. McCairy and the with a lace cloth and centered table was covered with a lace room was District Adjutant.

mother of the bridegroom-elect., with an artlflcal arrangement cloth and at one end was :. .} Happy Birthday cloth. There are 28 charter members VISIT ADULT EDUCATION;\ OFFICE)

Mrs. R. Lk Bradley of Lawtcy. of brown green, and placed the three-tiered wed-I \\II',;; Centering the table was an in the post. I (USO Building)
orange flowers. ding cake at the base of ., : antique cake otand holding a Meetings will be held at 8

UDC To MeetThe The hostesses presentedthe which was a ruffle of tulle. tiered birthday cake. p. m. on the first and third TELEPHONE;\ ADULT) EDUCATION
honored couple with a Miss Barbara Clements l cut I' ''' The girls received favorsof Mondays of each month.:

W. T. Weeks chapter. set of stanless steel flatware) the cake and Mrs Shirley l blow-outs, party hats Temporary meeting place
I filled with Write
UDC will meet Wednesday. as a memento of tho occas- Blundell of Gainesville pre- YNl Mti, w i and cups bubble gum. will be the Starke armory.
Feb. 1, at 3:30: p. m. at the ion. sided at the punch bowl at a + paint ADULT EDUCATION DIRECTOR

home of Mrs. I.. O. Powell Approximately 59() friends the other end of the table. STORY HOUR
Around the bowl I F' Sub Deb Club AT PUBLIC LIBRARY
with Mrs. Mattle Oahaganand called during the afternoon. was a gar- { (Drawer 100, Starke.: Florida)

Mrs. George Flyim Sr. land of plumosas fern and Met ThursdayThe Ftv High, Fly Low: The
aa co-hostesses. Executive BoardThe camellias. "It's Never Too Late To Learn"
Following a wedding trip I Magic Bus; and Make Way::
Sub Deb Club met
to South Florida and North
executive: board of the Thursday afternoon of )last ,
lUth..r'IarC'h, Starke Woman's Club will Carolina the couple will reside Barbara Lee Jones Becomes Bride week at their clubhouse

Tuesday Night. meet Thuisday Feb 2. at Street temporarily in Starke.Mr. .at 327 Clark I Of Mr. Ippolito At Fort Jackson I where the proceeds it was from announced the bake that I I' 4 Thursday Friday And

3:30: () p. m. at the club house. Veasey Is an employeeof I'
Seaboard Airline Rail Miss Barbara Lee Jones( became ceremony, the bride's parents sale and car wash amounting Saturday
1 to about $'1D. was contrib. '
road. the bride of Dennis entertained with a reception .
I Stephen Ippolito In a double-, at the Fort Jackson Officers uted to the library as a:

NOW YOU Celeste DeVoeTo ring ceremony on December I Club.Mrs. service project of the club. I 1
The girls discussed putting SUPER
28 at 7:30: p.m. in Chapel Ippolito graduated< from
Wed ;:Mr. Rowe Number One at Fort Jackson Winthrop College in December on a play later in the
CAN ENJOY S. C. Chaplain William F. and Is teaching' school In vear as a money making pro.

:Mr. and Mrs. Smith DeVoe Cline officiated at the can- Columbia. !Mr. Ippolito Is a ject.

COL. SANDERS I announce the approaching mar. dleMg-hb ceremony.The graduate of Artel phi Collegein .

RECIPE'Kentucky ridged their daughter Celeste 'bride Is the daughterof Long Island N. Y. anti, holdsa Altar Society

to Carlos Rowe, son of !Mrs :MaJ. and Mrs. James. Rich- masters degree from the University 'I
Jewell Rowe. ard Jones of Columbia, S. C., of Virginia where he St. 1\I'M ward's Altar Society (

The wedding will take place and the granddaughter of Mrs. Is now a doctoral candidate will meet Wednesday, ;
Friday night at 8:30: o'clock R. S. Rosier of Lawtcy and Feb. 1, at 7:30:: p.m. in the I -

: in the Church of God with a the. late Mr Rosier. The 'bride Parish Hall
Power LineCharge
Fried reception following at the groom lg the son of Mr and o

home of the bride's parents, iMrs. Julian Robert Ippolito of, Girl Scouts
:340 W. Adkins street. Clifton N. J. Fatal

Chicken Miss i>eVoe graduated from Given In marriage by her Taking Orders

St. Josephs Academy In St. father the bride wore a gownof A charge from an electric For Cookies
j Augustine !In 1969: and Is presently white peau de sole and power line killed Ray E. Davis,

: "It's Finger Lickin'Good"Try working for Blue Cross- Alencon lace designed on 24, a Clay Electric Coup em- Otil Scouts are currently' LADIES' VIENNA
Blue Shield in Jacksonville.Mr. princess lines. Her veil of illusion ployee, Tuesday morning whena
cookies to
taking orders for
Our Homemade Pies .. Rowe graduated from fell from a filigree of falling limb fell onto a hot I
be delivered in February.
Bradford High School in 1963! pearls, and she carried a bou- 11I
They're Delicious and is employed at Clay >Electric quet of miniature white car- wire.Davis was pronounced donj The traditional Cookie Knit Shells
Sale is the annual finance : Lacy
PHONE AHEAD in Gainesville. nations centered with a white on-arrival at the Bradford
964-1503; All friends and relative. are orchid. Hospital. Resuscitation project ilwh.lch Girl Scouts
YOUR ORDER WILL BE KE4DY Invited to attend the wedding I Mr. Walter Shell Subcr Jr. efforts at the scene, on tho of the Gateway Council raise 1 I I

and reception.A of Columbia' sister of the Bayless Highway 2 miles northof funds to build, maintain,I
TAKE OUT and Improve their In Elegant all-over lace design, 100% Acrylic
I (bride, !Was> matron of honor SR-200, and In'an ambulanceon : caiups. I
1601 N. Temple Ave. U. >S. 301 North and Miss Martha Sue Kellyof the way to hospital failedto addition the funds provide' completely washable, lovely solid!! colon! and
C. R. BRASWELL. Owner.Manatrer I Classified Ad In the. TELEGRAPH Central S. C. wan maid of revive him.Foreman bonuses to be used by troopsfor 'I white. Back zipper sizes S, M\ L. ..; 5 ,-f
brine! result activities trips, and #
I honor. They wore full-length of a trim crew
gowns of yellow crepe anj cutting pine limbs, from where weekend camping. I

gold .brocade and carried cascade they hung over power lines Customers may order their
bouquets of green cym- Davis was 'standing on the favorite cookies from a NEW LOW PRICE r

SHOP-WAP-SALE! ibldlum orchids. The brides-' ground leaning against a truck tion of five favorite selec-I

maids and other attendantswore from which a man In an aerial All boxes sell for 30

Identical gowns. bucket was cutting limbs above and payment Is made on delivery

SALE LASTS TIIHU WED.. FED. 1ST Dr. Blrdaul S. Vtault of the lines. to customers In Febru-| BUY NOW ( rf 94
Roc'kvllle Centre, N. Y. was A limb fell Into the lines ary. i
Your ,,101Ih..r; III Your old Electric Iron III worth !best man and ushers were knocking the phase line down Profits from the sale are'' m
worth $"..2.5: tr..e-In. '::.00 trade-In on G. R.: StNUIi Your old Toaster is. .Kenneth Ippolito of Clifton and to one lido Into the metal: used for the improvement I') AND

on the Sanhamr PowIron Mod. No. lOOFi'O' or It's. worth worth $2.00 In trade 'N. J., brother of the bridegroom part of the 'boom which holds and upkeep of three council- : l
tahln 1'Ih..r'our 02.50: In trade on G.0\::., New on any 2-MII"e To..t..
choke 01 colon It's ; Jnmen Richard Joncdand : the bucket owned camp sites: Camp SAVE 4A.t'F
or Teflon Sole I'te' Strum Iron with sr" or $2.50 on any of-
David Michael Jones, The line clapped ag.ilnat the
worth $.'.00 In trade, 1St..Thru'aler \\lndow. ut' Slice Toaster. In stock Chowcnwaw near Green,
on the Sunbeam!! Mix Swap! Let' S""lt! brothers of the -bride, and Waiter side of the boom deriding a Cove Springs; Camp ChanIyata '
1\1."tC'r. lit'. Swap! Shell Subor Jr., all of short charge of over 200 volts near Bayard; and'

We Will Trade Regardless of Condition of Trade.ln! Columbia. through the truck and Davis' Camp Katcri near Orange .
Immediately following the ''body. The foieman's body pro- Springs
12-TrRn... P".rlllll..ck_ 20-G.\ILON vided the ground for Ute current Troops participating in the;;
to.pc Set Alum LADIES SKIRTS
the truck
et Size Radio U.//{. Tit \SII CAN Cadette Scouts to flow through sale receive from 5 to 10, LADIESDRESSES. :
Teflon Cookware
price 13,118. Hue to' Into the ground.
cents a box; profit depending!
: IIPf"C'11i1 purchase first 23 ONLY $188 lt4-g. $19,0.1 value Plan Cookie Sale Davis a resident of Orange on the number of boxes sold '
cu..tomen. was married and had II
may purt'll3 Fa Heights \
i by the troop.
for OnCl p..r.. r11M41n11M $14 95 Cartctte Scout Troop 606 met two ('Mldl'en.Services, The 1087 council profits y I
Zn" nr at _113.91i! Wednesday Jan. 18 at 3:30: conntructlon' All -
I ONLY will be lined for I 7 StylesEntire II{;. r
$888 zt.ra. Tom SET FREE.; with each set pjn. In St. Edward's Church Held of a unit house nt Chowen-' c $3:19: !)!
hall '' t
ONLY $1.99 wow replacement of tents' 4I
6-I'c. Kitchen Tool I PKinn were completed for the Fall
1 Per Cu..toln..r 1 \per C'lI..IIIml.r For and tent floors troop camp
i 25i4 on. .1. $12101 21\11 ,i't $3.9.: Set troop to participate in. the.. annual Sunday equipment and s portion:
/ Girl Scout cookie sale being I Stock Reduced
will go to a Natlonal-Inter*i i
THIS WEEK SERVICE DEPT. SPECIAL SALE! hel from, the sale will be used to I 244//St//
to be used by /girls selectedto M
Front Rotate S-tlres Trade-In old brake support the Girl Scout camp-
End Alignment pack your services were held attend such events. $
.. and a portion of $3$4$5nuy
Corl'N't ct..r and ('am- 2 front wheels hal- IIhoM-mooot Fords und Ing program Robert W. John- :
I Ilf'r Set Tv"-In. T..... Chev. pass. C'ur. ''Cell., the money will be retained Sunday for 5 0e
out Balance Front nnc x front t tires I e- Rtl.4 nilh, new MendellI .. to the local troops to be used son of Lake City who died in Mayor's CourtNewly jft$

Tires '10.0,1 Value $7.0>0 value shore ("I I..I price. on for projects of their choice. the Veterans Hospital follow- oe '

I other make eur.. ) Requirements for the Animal ing a long illness. H* was a appointed Mayor,,' te'e k' / SEVERAL: AT SOLIDS, PRINTS HIPSTERS,

$8.88 25 Kingdom badge were met former resident of Starke Carl Hurst heard eight cases,' W&i
Most. American C'ftII"I. $6, THIS $1795 by Stella Jane Costello and and flj member of the Madison Tuesday night in StarkeMayor's I' ; THESE SAVINGS A-LINE
Carole Richards. Street Baptist Chinch. Court.
Parts and labor to'nPluM' eomplete safety check
.stall. rrtra If n........... NO C111RGE WEEK The next meeting will beheld Surviving Is his widow U- Samuel A. Plckrell. AWOL'
Wednesday, Feb. 1. at la; a daughter Roberta, of from the Army, turned over LARGE S" f.ECTIONGIRL'S ,

GREASE JOB & OIL CHANGE $1.25 PLUS OIL 3:3O pm. at the home of Mrs. Lake City, his step-father to Shore Patrol. I CLOTH SALE

Richards 13-U Blandlng Street. Peyton Liddell Sr.. Ocala: Lester Jackson Sellers improper SWEATERSTo r
and two .half-brotheri, Pey- pa.'IIIingand causingan I Yards, And Yards Of-;

ton LJddell Ocala and Jim accident forfeited bond
Famous N8'tlon1de Road. llazard GuaranterdFu Recent Births LUdell. Jacksonville. of $27.50.() Choose From f Woven (iinghams J

i New Nylonaire I Tires No I lTmeeLmit: ::e Mead' Dr and Mrs. Donald E. Services were held at the In Kling Smith Orlffls. Improper I ,rA 100% Orion /'A' J ]00'";" Cotton Ultra
Pearson of Levlttown. N. Y. Southslde Baptist Church turn and causingan .

\ Tubeless! Nylon Cord-HLAClnVAU. 2 for 25.00 announce the birth of a son, Lake City with burial In accident, 30 days probation (Hand Washable Blend Prints 50%"

-WHTEW 2 for $30.00 :Jeffrey Edward on Dec. 29. Barnes Cemetery near Ocala Charles K. Tathum, driving
X 1 4 Sherrlll Ouerry Funeral without a license, fined Cotton 50% Avril
7 5 0 or Plull .1.1111 per' tlrF..d .:,c. TIn I/ 2 tires.-off your ear Maternal grandparents are Mr. -
and Mrs. M. :M. Matchett of Home was in charge of ar- 952,90.() 4
-UI.ACKWALI. 2 for $30.50
5 ,
6 70 X 1 rangements. William James Lee unlaw-
-WIIfTEW 2 for $35.60 Hampton. "" a and REG. 59cf1Ic
ful speed by going *5 mph' # ; .
8 0 0 X 14 .. Bradford County Hospital .
loins -.09: "p.r tire-Feul. E TK. Rr 2 tires-nff your car Civitan
Rotary forfeited
announces the following births: in a 29: mph zone
DI..ontlnu..d. Patterns New Pattern SPat Covers. bond of $27.50.Kenneth .
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Cleveland
CLOSE OUT / eg. '10.9,1 Front :Seat I U..... '10.93 Sate Pried Ellis, Starke a daughter, MUo Proctor disorderly ,# i SIZES: t to 6x
Coven. Nylon with Foam this week '8.88 Elizabeth Jan. 24. Starke CJvltans and Rotar- conduct by fighting. i
Bask $1.89. *oared on probation for 60 AND 7 TO Ii
(Mr. and Mrs. Myrcn Chalker lana will play a March of Dimes

Prevatt Jr.. Keystone Heights, benefit basketball game at 1:30: days. .
nors 21 or 26" BIKE Chrome Fenders & Rims, Whitewall Tires" a ton, Myron Chalker Pruvattrrr. p.m. Tuesday. In the BHS gym. John Ira Warren Jr.. disorderly

Head Lite Reg. Price $4 7.99 Will Allow $10.00 Trade On Any Old Jan. 22. AcfrndMrion: students 10 I conduct by fighting! JUNIOR BOY'S SUITS ; ..
cents adults 25: cents. sentenced to a fine of 92790
Bike All You Pay is $37.9! 'Mr. and Mrs Carl William I ; INCH
Norman, Carl All proceeds will go to the or 60() days 'probation 70% Rayon 30% Acetate
Lawtey a
Guess the Magic Word in this ad and win a 12 trans. Radio Andrew Jan. 20. son i March of Dime. John William Cecil Pad Lined 100% Acetate $, S3

Just write down the correct word and bring to err ......... Only one prize awarded Mr. and !Mrs. Donald Wyatt and gett, wanton reckless, forfeited driving wilful bond Sizes 3 to 7
to thr first \person tb brine' In the 1lacl.'ord Maulde-n. Starke a son, Donald THE RIGHT POINT for tile
Wyatt Maulden Jr.. Jan. 20. way you write. Come In and of $27.50. I II Two Tables Assorted
Your toro'of Suavity Merchandise: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L.Harper INFANTS WEAR Sets Coveralls $$144'
FIRESTONE And Friendly Servlt"e. elect' your favorite E.STFR-! Clothing I
112 W, Madison 81. Phone 96--0011 ., Starke a dau&bter.Cheri BROOK fountain pea TELE- I A ClaMUIftd Ad In the TELEGRAPH Crawlers Values I to $5.99TnURI'I
Carol J 1IICl. 18. ORAPIf. I bring reran' *. I' .



rotna: nn.vbronn OOt1NTV TBLi6tilltA: 'B. STARK'; n.oRrDJ\:, THURSnAT, :JAN Mi la5qTornadoes


I Win Three Boost Record To 123Boosting 1 nor 13, Dean to 19:Brown; Tommy, Smith I

I Ernie.Kelly Forsyth.Trjest, loQ1JI l. o.el'l, SPORTS

20 and over; :Bobby Par-
( their eeason* record Green Cove. Pat Tuggles had I I nab, Bill Forsyth. ,

to 12-3 roach Warney 17 and Don Bowles 18. I II I TORNADOJim BARRELS

Adklnson's tall< ited cngera liiat The Tortiodoes hit a very 12 and under: KJmbo For
week( woln) b2 r tough respectable 42 per cent .of
syth, Randy Joyner, :mark
d their field] goals bucketing 20,:
Green Cove Spring romp-
Joyner, Dean Brown
ed away from Orange Park 83- of 47 attempts. They hit 12''' ,J 13 to 19: Tommy Smith, Cagers Take On Wildcats
30 and Santa Fe 60-43, of 16 free throws for 73: per + A
imelefeaied cent. r I Ernie Tilest, Louie Noegel,

TJie Tornadoes on their home are court- In fine form all week the Danny Bass. In GameTackling
L Friday Night Big
Tornadoes 20 and over: Bill Forsyth,
ann own an 11-1 regular sea- simply ran awav
.ar record, that loss to Clean from Orange Park and Santa Royce Joyner Mitchell
two road borou ,Ken and -
rough Kirkland Joey

AA--Ooa1a.cod defensive ball Fe.Wayne McLeod__led the Tornadoes Sr Crawford.ARENA games this week the Tornado I Dobson. ing operations. Incorporate] ::
the CoachAQkinson over Orange Park last 12 and under: KJmbo For- cagers will take on unde- All-in-all It should prove to Doyle] E. Starling Franklin

gafae, waa described way his charges' Friday in the BHS gym with syth Randy Joyner, Ronnie feated Macclenny Friday night be one of the ,best ballgamoa\ D. Bennett, both of Lawtey;

victory: over Green Cove 20 points. Bob White and Dale] Fns '1s1 Jim Trnfctej>f &}> .1"i< hail, Mark Joyner. 'and travel to Palatka] next of '''the season< if the Tornadoescan Ethel O. Blume, Jacksonville.Filed .

the Blue Devils Crosby each had nine rebounds t 13 to 19: Louie Noegel. Tuesday. hold up their end under Jan 11, 1967 by George
It Wile only M&tSnuMiiiMrii&' ,
The Raiders' talented Lee .. Ernie Triest.. Dannv Bass., Area scribes are saying the the boards and on defense. H. Pierce (of Thomas& Pierce\,
second defeat, and come on - ----
I ] Tornadoes who awn a re- Their(chances hang largely on
their home court. Schlitchtman was held to 11 The School Board has approved Kelly Forsyth. Fort Lauderdale.
leading all the way, the points He scored 60 points by final inspection 20 and over: ,:Bobby Par- spectablo. 12-3 record, will beMacclenny's the full recovery of 6-5 Larry Martin Tackle] Inc., Highway -
In rA nab Mitchell] ] only real challenge Brown ,the Toimadoea' S21-A, Silver Lake. 100.,
Tornadoes held a 13-3 edgeat against BHS last season | the new Physical Education Crawford Bill lead-I
the end of ,the first period. two games.Three I Facility at :Bradford High. In Forsyth, Adro Brown. during the remainder of the Ing rebounder and shares common at $100 pep
r Winners, current season. Tho Wildcats danger; under the basket on In fishing tackle -
They" Increased It one point men were in double so doing the students at BHS for. Sunday. Jan. share. Dealing
during the second period, and figures against Santa Fe here have become the recipients of 22: have won 48 straight ball offense. and fishing equipment In-
I games and are defending Clusn Brown was out Tuesday David H:. Martin,
I Tuesday night. Waynelc.LoN: corporators
made It
led; 28-20 at the half one of the finest facilities In '
38-28 after the third quarter led with "17, dropping his point I the State of Florida. to.7 years/ :, Dean B state champions might with tonsilitla and Co chWa.rney Sally Ann Martin, Harold Trl.

th/Sh. retained the margin durifrw average just under 2O per I a Brown. Dodie Triest, Philip Leading the Wildcats will Adkinson. is makingno (Martin, all of Lake Geneva.
/ I be Steve Porterfield] son of predictions about his re- 17 1967 by Ralph
Jackson Filed Jan. ,
final game. Junior Bruce ; Hall. Robbin Wadsworth,
the period. I will leave the descriptionas 'field
Coach Russell Portet and t
hree players scored In dou- had 13 points and eight rebounds I I far as the archltectual de- 8 to 12 years: Keith Jones covery. I.. Thomas, Orange Park.
probably the best player tA On their home court Palnt-
McLeod hud Andrews Drugs of Perry.
White and and Paul Randy Joyner, Cindy Noegel,
ble flgurea .Bobby I sign to others more quali-
north Florida. Porterfield] can ka'a Braves should be tough .
W. :MadlloOIst.
,,, n Inc., 358 .
had 14 each Rodney Qriffia.
Wayne :McLeod 12.Bob White led the rebound- : tl fled but for the functional make magic with a basketball although the Tornado stopped Starke. Authorized stock: 400
Paul McLeod 12. 13 to 19: Ernie Triest,
and of outstanding '
aspects an
both dribbling and shoot them 56-51 here earlier
added fivepoints. at $100
Ing with nine and Tommy Smith shares common/ per
!f>arry Brown pulled nine rebounds physical fitness program for Kelly For- ing. He is also] the Cat's play- to the season. They did that share. Incorporates: L. B:,

to dominate the all- The Tornadoes played Tuesday -! all P. E. students and a syth. Danny Bass. I maker and is a past master at on the same weekend they top- Andrews, Starke; W. H Adams,

important 'boards while'WhIte "without, the servlcej of weight training program for 20 and over: Doyle Hazen, driving toward the basket and ped Live Oak eight points and Perry; George H. Pierce,

and both McLeod brothers baa their leading rebounder Larry' BHS athletes I will quote Edward Williams., J. E.| at 'the last minute passing it beat Florida] High 4-6-41 In Starke. Filed Jan. 9, 1967 by

four each.Air. Brown who is having trouble I Athletic] Director David Johns, .. Merrill{ Orlf Ms./ off to teammate for an easy five overtimes. George H. Pierce, Starke.

Outside and !Mr. Inside with tonslU tis. Hurse who said "We are ex BAIUIELLSUp lay up. PorterfIeld averages The Braves' John Herd will

did; almost all the coring for Scoring averages for the tremely proud of the new-' ;P, to 7 years: !Dean close to 20 polnta per game. be the one to watch in Palatka

season are Wayne McLeod 20, E. facility and 'we are sure Brown Dodle Triest. Philip Though Porterfield and ne tt Tuesday. Mother's, March
Paul McLeod 10.5, White 8.2, Leading scorer "'aynelcLeod: hits on a LyIP In the that our program for the Hall. Robin Wadsworth. : Tommy Raulerson the two/ I Tuesday Night.

Vovl Reddish 6.6, Brown 5.0, and Torniulue. 53-30' victory,,over Orange Park last, Friday night students at BHS will be the 8 to 12 years: Kimbo For- front men, are ,but 5-11 the

ncetotvnvf ,Mcf noire i* Jackson 37. lie bucketed 20 points to maintain his. -. '" average. best in the Stat" syth. Randy Joyner, Rodney Wildcats have a talented trio 3 CorporationsAre I '
HO tIMfO WAMANWONir leads the rebounds shooting Griffis Ronny Hall. all over 6-4 in Roger Yar- RIGHT POINT for the
HIUVI,NW HN Brown MrLeml combined good defensive play with his deadly THE
ne wq Paul In addition to dressing 13 to 19; Ernie Triest CharteredThe
with an 8,5 average, Saturday night when lie and Bobby White In! the local
McLeod has a 7.6 average, room facilities for 100 athletes Tommy Smith, Kelly For- select your favorite ESTER-
five over Green Cove oZ-42 with 14. point each. sYth Ralph 196S-67
.. ,, Hazen.
and Jackson 4.8.statistiC's a large reception room
White 7.0 chartering of three newcorporations TELE-
aaP BROOK fountain pen.
office spaces, a first aid or 20 and over: Doyle] Mason, Basketball Schedule In Bradford Coua-

Orange: Park training room an equipmentroom J. I E.! Johns, Harold Smith, ty was. announced this week way you write. Come la and

-''- Score /Iby quarters: the main source of Mitchell Crawford Bradford High. Tornadoes by Secretary of State Tom '
r BIIS ____ 14 20 17 4-51 pride for Hurse la the multipurpose FLAG RACE Adams. They were: GRAPH.
O. Park ....4 8 10 11--30 room 50' :x: 35 In size. Up to 7 years: Dean BUS OpponentDec. '
: Ben-Star Farms Inc, Route -
BETTER HOMESFURNITIJUE Reddish 2-Q-4, Brown, Augle Fox Robbin
BUS 10 49 Santa Fe 40 1, Box 181-D Lawtey. Au-
: CO. White 4-2-10. Jackson 022, The room will house 10 Wadsworth. thorized stock A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH !:
13 65 Per Beach 38 : 100 shares
P. MeLeod. -6. Brown 4-0 power racks, 8 extension tables 8 to 12: Jim Brown, Keith
1200 S. Avo. 889-4600 16 67 St 40 common at $100 per share. result
Edgewood Aug. brines
8 W. McLeod 10-0---20, 3 bench press tables, rope Jones, Ronny Hall, Kimbo
:;Jacksonville! Florida" 32209 21 65 Wauchula 49 Dealing In livestock and farm
Sitaox. O-O-O.SLADE'S train- Forsyth.
Crosby 0.11, \ climbs and other weight
13 to 19: Ronny Smith, Dan- 22 58 Dunedin 78
... Ing devices. It will! be large ..
enough for P. E. classes] to ny Bass 23 41 St. Pete NE 74 I

meet Inside during Inclement 20 and over: Mark Adkins, Jan. 3 56 Palatka 51 REGISTER NOWFOR

weather and at other timesIn Doyle Hazen: ; Edward Adjclns, 5 59 live Oak 51 I

the P. E. program such aa Bill Forsyth.ARENA 7 46 Fla High 44, "

when a wrestling unit Is un- 10 71 Lake City 40 I

I der way. Up to 7 years: Dean 13 48 Ocala. 52' ADULT EDUCATIONCLASSES
Brown Dodie Triest, Philip 17 58 St. Aug. 35

Bradford Countlans can be Hall, Augle!! Fox, 20( O. Park

I extremely] proud of the far- 8 to 12:, Ronny! Hall, Kim 21 Green C. S.

sighted venture on the part bo Forsyth, Jim Brown, 24 Santa Fe TO START JANUARY 30

I of School SuperintendentTom Mark Joyner. 27 A Macclenny

Casey and the members 13 to 19: Ernie Triest. Kel 31i A Palatka ((18 Weeks For $2. Per Course)

of the School Board. Plans ly Forsyth, Danny Bass, Lau Feb. 3 A Fernandina

v for an open house are In the la Noegel.] 4 H Orange Park Elementary and High School Subjects

making but any Interested 20 and over: Memll Orif 6 H Oreen C. S.

person will be given a per- fls, Doyle Hazen, Edward 0-10-11 Fla. Star Conference State ApprovedVISIT
sonal tour by Coach Burse-.
Williams, Bill Forsyth.
a "'' to BUQDX) PICK-UP, City (USO Building)
rn a' Smith, Starke, age ; Up to 7 years) Phillip Hall 141 H Macclenny

+ Bobby Parrish, Lake :Butler, Dodle Triest, Robbin Wads- 17 HI Lake City TELEPHONE ADULT EDUCATIONWrite

AUTOMATIC WASHER age 20 and over. worth, Augle Fox. 18 H Ocala

Winners for Sunday were: 8 to 12: Ronny Hall, Kim 20( H Live Oak

: Klrnbo Forsyth, Starke, 12 bo Forsyth, 'Jim Brown, Mark 24-29 Class A Group IV
1e' and under; Ernie Trleat '
Joyner. TournamentMar. ADULT EDUCATION DIRECTORDrawer
Hampton 13 to 19; Doyle]
1 13 to 19: Ernie Triest, Kelly ]- 3-4 Class A Region I '
Hazen, Lake Butler, 20 and
Forsyth, Dann/ Bass, Tournament ( 100 Starke Florida)

Tornado ball .handler and] pUymalcrr Greg Reddish over.Another Horse Frolic will Louie Noegel. lO-lli State Tournament,

lakes It up the floor against Sontu Fe Tuesday" night .att the be held at the Fairgrounds 20 and over: Merrill Orif UP 03'm. "It's Never Too Late To Learn"

cagers won tlolr 12th against. three defeats. Reddish was this Sunday, starting at 2 p. fls, J. E. Johns, Edward Williams .- ''tH w._ .- Y -

very effective with his driving and his. defenxe. m. Harold Smith.llother' + .. ..

At one point he bucketed three consecutive 20-foot-plun Roping Club winners for .

juniper. lie also mad..) several good drives to the basket l but last Saturday:
IIILK"'t1 f quickly to a teounmate who niiide an easy lay up.
12 and under: Klmtao For
Tuesday; Night,.
syth. Judy Bass Marie: Joy.
-- Model i
with trade Williams 0-0-0, Fancher 0- i is
:r UA-34.3? acceptable Football Films .
0--0, Jones 0-0--0, Griffis 0-
:' Whatever the fabric there's an automatic cycle j 0-0. Totals 23-5--SSI. Of ChampionshipGame 1 1 Ij I .

I' Just dial it I Exclusive Surgilator agitator creates a Green Covto '

:: 'million" water currents washes like no other can. BUS ___- IS 15:' 10 11-53 TonightMovies i", -K y'zr- I j I
.: Marie-Mix* dispenser filter blends in detergent,filters I G. Cove 6 It 8 14-12 M I
( of the 1968 Class A -
lint. *
out Suds-Mise. optional.
Tmk. I BHS !Reddish 1-2 4, .
State Championship grid con- t
.:With Acceptable I White 6-2-14, P. McLeod 5- test between Bradford's Tor-
212, Brown 204V., :Mc
$177 nadoes and Ft. Lauderdale'sPlantation tI
6-2-14 044. I
Trade Leod Crosby iwill be Mown tonight "

.. I Totals 2.1122.() (Thursday) in the BUS' I
Green Cove Tugglea] 7-3 .
-, -47, Bowles 0-8--18, Jones :
Coach David Hurse whose
:. NO FROST o NO MESS 0-1-1, Smith 3-0-6, Turner squad 'won its second straight c S i j
) Mitchell ,
I O-o-O, Geiger.0-0-(0, Class A state championshipwith I +
: NO BOTHER I 0-0-0. Totals Santa] 15-12-42.Kemis the 20-6 victory over r ,I Ir I
i Plantation, narrate tho II
l ____ IT 13 13 :as-oo I
lima.. The Tornadoes have roll ,
: : GIANT 14 FT. FAMILY SIZEREFRIGERATOR S. :Fb. ....5 8 10 2J-15 ed up a 23-1-0 record over I II I

White 2-1-5, Jackson 4-0-13. the past two years. I

I P. McLeod 8-2-.12, W. Mc- No admission will be charged. -

Leod 0-7-17. Crosby 0-2-2, I \
Silcox l-O-2, Williams 1-0--
I 2, Jones 0-0-0, Grlffls 00O. I
Reddish 3-1-7. Totals] 21- Steak DinnerAt .

r 18-60. Garden For +

Dimes Drive BHS Athletes Enjoy the advantagesof II kZ t- < s

Bradford High's football and a "Full Service": bank

I Golf TourneySet basketball squads were hon I I 1
ored with a steak dinner
SundayA Wednesday night by the Garden Checking Account! I N T ar

Restaurant. I

Both teams, the coaches and A'jgikA
aa March of Dimes Golf managers enjoyed the fete. II

Tournament, using the Cal- I

.. I loway system, will be played Horse Frolic True, when you have a checking account : little paint here,a few squiggly lines there

.a I Sunday at the Starke Golf here you can pay your bills and taxes by I (plus a dog where Daddy can see it and maybe get the hint),

I & Country Club for ladles, Special Event mail, have a handycheckstub record of and her house is complete.
and have cancelled checks I
aa Entrance fee Is $1. expenditures,
I and men. Your dream house will require
that become receipts automatically But ; moneyThat's
I Contestants may play anytime For Roping Club
we can help .
a I you.We're
covered also you have all the best modern..banking I'
Sunday, a
With ] services you'll ever need in one place-- specialists in financing homes.Jfyou're .
Acceptable I '' ,
late in the Clu'Q'held
$ dish supper served The Bradford Roping ,o
266SLADE I Horse Frolic under the same roof-because this is a thinking of buying a home,
.. Trade afternoon at a charge of 50 a special I
: cents per plate. All proceedswill last weekend at the Bradford "Full Service" bank and ia ; won't you come in and talk with us about a home loan.

County Fairgrounds. Highpoint ,! I we can fit exactly to your needs?
to the March of
go prizes were given for; HOME: OWNED AND
i the rider with the most I
Three members of the: points won during the day. '.
women's association Win The prizes were silver belt I Savings and 1 Loan Association j|

nie Glenn Gertie McRae buckles with horses heads The Community State Bank ll ..
I and Margaret Perryman -
and figures of a rider turn-I
played in the ladies GolfAI -
GAS AND APPLIANCES log the barrels. Winners of ,
: or STAJtK ,
I Round at Lake City: ]last
Thursday, and all came the buckles for Saturday: 218 N. Tempi Ave. Phone -964-0500 _
: 332 W. Madison Phone 964-7701 I home with prizes. were: Kimbo Forsyth. SUrke I IITMBERF.DI.G
age 12 and under; Tommy I.i
1 1I

I 1


Ji\N. 1961 8TARKE, 'FLORID" 'PAn." F"" '
26. _u BR\DFORn.("OUNTY TEL1'JORArn, !

All mntfMinl, itml "qlllplI'n', ft' \'. ,-\ '1.rJw.Hd.: -
County Witness agable; Container 66. tics. Yawn said ha I New Adult Power Plant riirnlHlii-d. ,iinrt till wurK l",irfi <:11.11 rwrlr, ..
Sec. 22. 27. 28. and 21. 6- tempted many times .l. .ii'il liliallf. >.. hi Hf, nt, rtftllt i. ./MO' ::11 ,-
S. R-- 21-E- Hudson 388acies the hearings to Sold with lie tiDci-iriiTitlhii 1 nfirt --- -
Takes Probing Classes Will Bonds uoiitriU't d""IIIII"nt. I" rlnlnliifrlhnrf
unmanagable; Container Information from >tc> which niav !I.*. ''''"IIIin- W.IN L2-TRANS. RADIO

In Timber Suits 67B. '&nd he had alin!> of od, nr Hi-vnoldn.piucurvil Sin.lh nt' tIp mid, '<>rri.w Hill.ArililturlH JIM* KU/NH:. ;i'orri-otly the MagicVo.V l
Begin Monday Oity Cleik Merrill Edwards
Sec. 7, 8-3, R-22:!-EHuSscm witnesses during the anil' IIIKIH-CTH.| I'll .
an<(?, ,Mayor: Carl Htirtt alinedreveiue I \ :! none; Container., 53. ings. But he said, : nliml I'L-ni.'i I ''i (I- -,i
certificates for $ rIO.- (>mri> lli>x 48i'J;; )), ,,lll< IIHOIIV. III l"Kiien pag 5 (only f..
[Continue! From Page One] Sec. 36. 5S.. R-21-E- swer was always [ New adult education classes : P'luridn" anil i nu i MI\| I th. ,ii ",. rlzel G flrnt. io' ,,
In Orlando for l> )) OOO Tuesday expansion .
Hudson none: Container 56. such records were are scheduled to !begin Inrlilillnir< Mid 1"111'11I"" l ti> !I. .'
Sec. 31. S-S. R 21 -E of tha city's power ulimltKd' liu n" liill., 'in,.. mi)' i'" bring; in correct Muglo Word. .
Sec. 29. 6-S, R.-21-E the information' I January 30 according to rritin K'.>.'riolilM.. -- ...
Hudson five acres unman- Hudson. 28: Container 88. available. ', Bradford High Supervisor ofI plant. SurchniMifl Oowen gave three exam But Judge I 'I I Education Lawrence H. OlbI Barcus and Kindred of Mi $1.00 pur Mft. tvhlih will
ami tho flKcal not be refunded. SpecifkntIon
city's agents
ples where the ttintwr firms mUted the figures to ,
| son. nnd ("ontriut dm'nini'ntH' may
Why claimed Hudson had listed tei ed. i Offering Include both elementary purchased the bonds and mo".yls I bn cxitmlnod but ncitl pri ('iirid.Ht .
deposited In the fltj'i nnmn, .tinorricd of tlir- C'lfvlork(
more newly planted pines Unlike Judge and high school City Hull Mtuikc, 1"lnri'rJ"A
I In the Sarasota Bank 4 Trust
than actually existed: timber firm i I subjects In a state-approved flld Bi>nil. ,iir"iMrtv, e...4i'Utcil -
The ,
Orflnpany. by tlio lilcMi-r anil M'
Sec. :?6. 6-S. R-22-E- went closing I pi OKI'am, Gibson states. Applicants Bids rtn the 2.00O KWH generator fiuullrii-d Hurctv in it i'tirtlflcil
Hudson 123 acres 'planted fering to argue' their may choosa their which will double or ""..III..r'" chei'k on nny natlnnnl ,
Christian Container 78. briefs the I! nearly or Htnte bltnk. In a Bum
opposing Indlvl-
subjects according to .
the city's power output not IDHH than flviperrunt <.1 t
Sec. 9. 7 -S, R.-20--E- must have filed by I dual needs and progress at will bo opened at the council's thu .amount "',I. remdt' iiayu..il*
Hudson 106 acres Container 15. Five additional to I hi' I Science ; their own rate of speed. Feb. 7 meeting1. ftccoinpunv ...ueh bid asa
220 acres. Hudson Oowen permitted) bv i Every effort Is made to KUiirautiMIhut' thu Tlldili' I I'
said listed the trees an three phree for the two piovlde eveiy student an opportunity Mother'.* March. will not withdraw .fioin the
Monitor year old plantings/ when they rebut! each for sslf-lmprove- TIlI..lay.. A'lght.M tompHtltlon bhl."... and. In artnr the" opi nvnnt nlnir tin th..

I actually ranged from three to ments. i merit Gibson said. ru-ntiatt" U awarded. to tin

] recommends 10 years old.:! The fudge's Classes are usually conducted : >TI 'M Of HAI.M. dayn MliMer tli..he reafter.. will enter within Intu twont uonract ,-
Sec 13. 6-S, R-22-EWndsnn be handed down two and one-half Thu ttrnilfnrrl County linnril nfPubMc anil furnlah the inquired'

381 acres planted: after that. hours! onre or twice weekly 'iln offmH' InHtrurtton" for unit Hturkfl tin-, Kloi fuiloulnir 1-1'I bond forfeit I falllnii dy>o U whlcli a" lUiulU.itcrdamaiTH h I<- Khali
you read Container 116. In his closing for 18 weeks. Instruction Is uri>Uts vMilrlo. : I *. Tlie Bid nond nndI'erformanoe ;1
MIT;;,* rorcl. i-tlnnr Ko"'Ln.l' 0cylliulttr .
are reciulril -
Yawn objected to this testimony Yawn again' called Individualized. Textbooks are Aittomntli1", '" TranatnlHHlon ,
to be vHriired from and executed
localnewspaper I claming no proper to the State provided at no charge other' Burial No. A8AUI08HB3 \by
your I predicate had been laid to I ruling In Walter vs. than a depositary tel which Thl"'l'hlrh.. may bntu'po"t..1\ ) an I InMurancu ntrenrv of the iiiiretv -,
show figures were nctuallv When the law is I Is refundable. Consumable! at tli<* nfrnirr*. Iolo'al.d whk'h or nireiioy Mliall have fomtjuny anpNtahllnlirrl About (his question! ,
I compiled by the witnesses I he said a tax | Items are provided by the Uliln* will Im Hfut'ptHd nt t II" plain of biiMlneHHIn ?"?
t u iflrt* of tlm t'nuntv Hu'lnt..ndrnl ,
tho rlty or Htarlti-' and l b '
The timber firms were forced compelled by that :! I student until 111.:Ill) A.M., TucHdity. duly llcenHiil. to I'oniluct bimlnemi "The n w cars are fharp
Your local newspaper Is a wide-rang.* I to bring men to court who to assess land I Fifteen members are required I )irpbriiiity, 7. 19H7, and, vvlll be tUfn-ln, and mu-h iixcnr} and I'm in the market:""

newspapar with many features. Its had like Oowen actually Its fair market' value by state law to start a v opened..lopn HhoilUI ut. ,.tlint IIH. time Kiurkeit The, "lili nn- iifront'H Mhall reiflv uoiiimUlilull" ,' .and ,letaln oil mlfli'fill Sonrie car salesmen anprttty
emphasis Is on local news. It also directed the compilation or Green Belt Law class in any subject. Classes -HuipllIB' Vehlclo". bond,'*. sharp too like
reports the major national and international done the work themseives. He said Bradford I be and The HuHril roHcrvott tlio rltrhtto )lOai-h; bill I nhnuld bit. addriumprtIn ,
may organized conducted ...
news. roJn"1 j nnv nr nil bl"< tlm' City Oonni'll.'' Ktarkel adding auto insurance io
The Bradford attorney also Gene Long did his at school facility Thoinatt T.. Jr >u.
any iUHcy l 11'101'10111. marki "IMircliaHe i>
THE MONITOR COMPLEMENTS YOUR the deal. I like the reliable-"
claimed repeatedly that tim low the law and ; upon application and arrangements Huperliitinclu ":nll'ln.lellpralur Set" Hnd, d h-
LOCAL PAPER 21 !': llvvred to the ofricv of the Clt.Clpilt .\ her vice I've had from
W. specialize analyzing and inter- ber firm attorneys were descrepancles can I made: with the ( Rt the Cltv Hull. plth.Mby mjti
IIreting the Important national and ImpeachlnR their own witnesses In his values. I school principal. A registration M.:fTIO> t-CAM. K'on III!)' a reprfHcntntlvn. of. th. Hid* independent insurance"*
International news. Our intention is by entering the statisI The plaintiffs' fee of $2 is charged A. M. "MrciHfli-n.l. N.. 6IIJIIOl drr who,, nltull obtain. a receipttherefor ajc'ent.' Can I insist thaUI
into focus. l>"l4rtlAMIO: (>(r KNCJINM: HUN! or by rfttrlMtered mal
to the
bring news sharper.wide of I claims to have .. | each student for each course KKATOW HKT ,KOR 1K67 UTII..ITIKM with return receipt reiiuented ''trade only my car and
hat world staff
correspondents The -a some of them rank Just Value Law Into ( < | | All school system employee CITY' OF KXPANHIOV: STAIIKW t'llOIJHAM FI.OKIDA waive The Pity Informant reBerveii. I thu In any rlwtit hid t< not my insurance agent?"

among the world's finest. And the eration in arriving I j .. bus drivers cafeteria HKAWCfl! PKOt'llHAI'.... w" to 'l'eji't any or all\ 1"ldHwholo "
Monitor's incisive provocative editorials values and at the workers custodians main lie rernlveil by tlic City d>un or In piirt with or wtthiHit Charley E. Johns *
Support ill cnilHiand or tn. 'ai'i'eptbldH
city r
followed of I Ihe !> Kinrltc Klorlitil
are just as closely claiming bare and tenance personnel -are ex until' 7:01) p. in IIOiiHlcnHtiinilnril Hint. In Hit JtKlKiniint.. will
by the men' on Capitol Hill as they etoike-d !' empt. 'Tlnio, ) (nn, Kvbruiiry, bn fur thf "....t InteremM of tlmCltv Agency **
are by the intelligent concerned : Better Scouting identical values 7. 1 UHT.!> for the liuri'hnmSlnrkr ",f of MturkeHK.VU 131 S. "u
adult on Main Street. l nllneCI..rM Ivl' I-C..I rn'' ( ) I I' Walnut St. ,
WHY YOU SHOULD TRY THE MONITOR "taxes my credulity" Truck Drivers :, Florida, powtr plan I Oily Council of the PHONE 994-0201
Yawn pointed addition.l flty tif, atarke. Kl.irlrln --
You probably know the Monitor's professional
", reputation as one of the failure to obtain
Give Dimes
world's finest newspapers. Try the as to the amount
Monitor; see how It will take you on the firms' land AT
above the average newspaper reader. he said In closing "Some of the best people Baldwin Chevrolet
Just fill out the coupon below.
the firms showed on the road just have to
The Christian Science Monitor had been Irving to be truck: driven" cieclaied .. .

One Norway Street No tax manual is Jim Temple, 1967 March of ,g.YOU'll .
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. 02115 fclally approved for Dimes campaign chairman ..
Him. start my Monitor tubierlption for tax assessors except for Bradford County. gelsiraJunisnoniin' .
tIte parted clucked below I melon .
"We have had road block
approved in. 1959. (
3 U.S. funds).
( argued. The levlsed I set TIP at the inlersecton ofV. ; :
1 YEAR $24 Q month f U
E 3.month* J8 used by the timber S. 301 and SR 100 each ,

"l1Ie IT- ies in reaching their Saturday during January. deals on our @ :

GIRL SCOUT had never been seen and practically; every truck ..
Street sessor Long until ( dUver passing the block

City_ part of 1963. he sal:! drops some change it to the BULL'S-EYE BUYS :
COOKIES i ( bucket," Temple said. ..
Yawn also referred
Itttt_______ZIP Code_ Continuing his praise of .
PBIRA oreparaton of the r I
----------- <1 the truck drivers Temple

tax ber guide firms in which commented, "I suppose; they Red Hot And Rolling With Deals
road blocks and
..1 said. It is plain the pass many
would think that they
REGISTER NOW I contended that the you would be hardened' toward .
participated in .
I thin method of solicitation,
/ FOR I If revised! guide and IIE1IIIICOID'I: but their attitude is one of '1963 FORD 9Pass. Country Sedan :
into court to use it
for their relief. helpfulness and their" giving Auto trans., radio, heater, power steering and:l $12 5'00 ::

f ADULT EDUCATION J A tax assessor Is always generous. brakes. Factory air ONLY" :
"We have two of our large .
authority to use a ..
CLASSES March of Dimes coin collectors
until it Is approved
*tQt Budget located at Band O 1965 CORVAIR Monza Hardtop :

t TO START JANUARY 30 &nd then can use It Truck Stop south of Starke Radio and heater; -automatic transmission. $139500' .
I tI" 301 pnd these hold almost
((18 Weeks For $$2.. Per Course) I ; : $50 worth o! dimes each. One ..
) '" full II nd the other is almost .

Elementary and High School Subjects I full. In addition Mrs. 1964 CHEV. Bel Air 4-Door Sedan :
30:1: : Broadway, the Truck Stop
State Approved I owner, held a coffee day for Standard transmission' radio and heater. 3I295QO .:

the March of Dimes last ONLY ". .
VISIT ADULT EDUCATION OFFICEUSO ) Filday and collected over .

( liuildine) 42700. All from truck dri 1956 MERCURY MoncIaJr 2-Door :

TELEPHONE ADULT EDUCATIONWrite OPEN 7:00: vers.The" Bradford Union Hardtop, automatic transmission radio and beater. $$2 &ASOO' :
, '
, March of Dimes goal for ONLY :

i ADMISSION 1D67 is $3,000 and Temple .

: said he is optimistic about 1963 IMPALA 2-Door :
( Hardtop
, Adults 75c :
ADULT EDUCATION DIRECTOR the outcome of the drive.:
,\ Children Under i Auto trans., radio, heater power steering and $13950.0 :

(Drawer 100, Starke, Florida) Friday, Saturday, Check Artist brakes, fac. air __ ONLY ...

"It's Never 'Too Late To Learn" Double January Feature 27, 28 : l Visits StarkeA -.

( >: used truck
worthless check nrtls
known all over the south and
Florida Theatre SEVEN again. wanted by the FBI in Maryland PRICES ARE ON TARGET

I \ hit Starko TuP..d.iy and bought

WIRIXH:; PRODUCTIONS WCNKMirMtiHWqt a 1104 Hhotgrim ()fa bad I and we're Red Hoi

I cm*. "*-
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00: Sunday :3:00: I .;:.7:7u.1. I Carol! K Catlr, alias T. C. and Rolling with

Saturday 1 :00 r ; ,!\ ( << ) I Sage, white mala :33-40 years i iI

Thurs., I'ri., Sat. Jan. 2fi, 27, 28 I l7leturn I:''I : I of cherk Supply.age

I when the chock WHS a blank

1 MISS HONEYED MISS GALORE $ I l one on which the name of I I BULL'S-EYE BDYS @ I
... ( the :txtink had to be written

j HAVE JAMES BOND E4CK FOR MORE! .- In Catlr ,then went to StarkeHardware. I
[ .
I :
.;;;; He was given the gui there1fru '
II :! exchange for a similar! I 1963 CHEVROLET Yz-Ton Pick.up I

I ..."'1 check after he showed proper I Short whMI base, I )eet Side, radio and heater. $1 09500
: UNlTf.IJ ARlIS'ISJ identification using driver'* ONLY
license, according to Deputy .
Sheriff Robert Green. ,He got'

a shotgun, plastic gun case, 1964 FORD Yz-Ton Pick-up
and. a box of shells. |I
I PLUS 'Deputy Green described Catlr LonJe "heel base, Styl Side, Custom Cab. auto. $139500

a. quiet mannered well dress trans.. radio, heater ... _n_ _..._____.._._ ONLY

j. \ ed, with a dark complexion.He .
driven a 1063 'Fonltlac 1965 CHEVROLET Yz-Ton Pick.up
Sun. Mon. Jan. 29, 30 Catalina with '
a Maryland tag I $
\\ iI I iI i iII number FJ-4970. The car Is I..ong wheel base, Fleet Side, radio nnd heater.

-DINOOelAUHENTlIS PRESENTS I I I : ) light 'blue and white with a ONLY
I dent down the Hide find a

HISS _HE GIRLS I cracked la windshield.Catlr accompanied. by a 1965 CHEVROLET Yz-Ton Pick.up $139500

: white J female attractive Short wheel base, Step Side, heater
II maRE THEm around 25. ONLY
,, :
"'- -
He is wanted
In Maryland ,
BIE ICOtUKBUPICTUttS[ RElEISE-TKCHNICOLOfl: [@ i OOEoR I on worthiest check charges,
I also paused to
I TREVOR HOWARD \ and In Lcenburg and Euntla
\ in this state on worthless ONLY __
Jan. :31 }'eD. 1 I check
Tuesday, Wednesday 1 Jlll charge i
Jo9 : ( The Bradford Sheriff Department

_''lIIIft1_ f't I has Catlr charged
'RODCRS&IL\'nr[ \' 1IIrIIE..KINGm"W\ with grand larceny for taking Baldwin Chevrolet Inc.
1 ) / \ \ ,tha worthless shotgun check.; not for pawing a f

W s-fofDEBOR\llllRRI\UERr\\ER\ \ \\ /iU; WIf! OIftDMmt[ j ( U. S. 301 NOUTII STARKE IJIIpN.E;( 964-3900
___ &\\BR1fltA UCHRIC/ S'r1fS( DAVID ; I
...t llllll UIOU -4_ l \ CtaMftUled Ad In the TEUE: Your Authorized Chevrolet Dealer Sales and ServicelIvnsnty.

-- I to the taslcfacing us." Mm. Oovnn Smith. GRAPH brings. rwinH. I.I .:: l r-4


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I In 1956 from the Uni- A Douglas USN son of Mr.
Presbyterian; NO'I'Ie-1'1' Of 1sT5'I'IogToitIUl55'Efl )
I New Method For Determining \ versity of Florida. here he and Mrs. Edward Douglas of : KICTITIOI.ltNotice

Youth To Lead was commissioned tnrough Starke. Is serving aboard the N..Ul,
!I. hereby given that
Compliance With AllotmentsThe Sunday Services I the Air Force ROTC pro- destroyer USS Brinkley Bass th> umleralifnvcl.I under th.

I gram. He I.. now assigned as on station with the U. S. 7th provlttlonn' uf 'hupter 20,9611
II I Phantom. IX pilot at Fleet off the coast of Viet l..awn of Florida. Act. .of 1U4.1
responsibility. SERVICE MEN an F-4C with the Clerk of
new method for gram The young people of the will register
with The new procedure for determining Eglin AFB Florida w.th; the Nam. It will visit Hong Kong the Circuit Court In and for
compliance '
ming deter-I will "hurch will be In charge of' Tactical Air Comma.iJ which and the Philippine Islands Bradford County. Florida up-
compliance 1
allotments and bases 'NOVOIE: on receipt or proof of publica
the morning worship! service combat reconnaissance during Its five month Western -
certification will be work thiS wai. I provides Lion of tnli notice the fiutlttoua -
mer will be .1 at the First Presbyterian aerial firepower; and Pacific tour. name of BAJ Income Tax.
Each farm operator
tinued this :year acc : con-I .L:1 I Service under which we are
Lcaton! Morgan Ji'. furnished a photocopy: of his ii : : \ i iI. Cliuich on Sunday. Jan 29. Pvt. Lamar Woods:! son of: assault airlift for U. S Army Air Force Captain JamesA. ..n ulr..<1 In LiUMlnvNn ut P o
: Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Woods of flux I IM. Sturke Flu
man. Agricultural Stabilization ; farm. show rig the farm s which ha been designated I Starke recently forces. _ Peterson whose wife. Mae.is Kulph m'. lirvun. I* o. Box
and Conservation boundaries and known field Youth Sunday. I Route I. I ol retired I IT,4. Mtarke, and (Clmrre C.
the daughter
? These photocopies as graduated from eight! weeksof Aviation Electrician's Mate J oh tin, Rt. I. au x 77: Stark.,
ty"Committt'e.. coun-j acreages. I fr44' Both the Senior High and recruit training with the Colonel and Mrs. Jari.es B. Klu sole ownervriatcrt .
one of 28 counties in will be of considerable assist- 3rd Class Albert E. Barnes. Chesslngton of Keystone l thin. r.tli day of January -
In which the program will be ance to the faimer In laying the Pioneer Fellowships will Marine Corps at Parrls Island USN. son of Mrs. Myrtle Heights has been Cccorated: A [>.. At Starkr. Bradford
participate in the service. and is undergoing three County. Florida.
: 2. Starke
and of Route
out areas to be planted ,
used. with the Air Medal at Tachl- IIS 4t 1130
First tried out In 1964 forlimited In certifying crop acreages Thos taking/: part will beLinda weeks of Individual combat to recently participated:! Ir. operations ka.wa Air Base In Japan. V
will also be given Paterson Mike Mc- training before reporting off the coast of
Tne farmer
.-- number of counties
available assistance by Rae Donna Green Terry his first Marine Corps assignment Southern California as a Capt. Peterson a pilot received A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH
and c crops throughout the all the medal for meritorious -
of the producer- me county office. Including Yawn. Donald Salazar crew member aboard the antisubmarine brings results.
nation use achievement during' milItary -
.. ------ I
service, I. ...,- Craw for:! Buddy patel'son'l warefire sup-
method hasbn prompt
Certification of flights. He Is now assigned -
expanded each yt'ar'' at his expense if he requestsIt. I Tots Visit Museum', Cary Sanders Susan Salazar. Arley E. McRae son port aircraft carrier USS to Tachlkawa as a
Jacksonville 2,
of Route
Beth Mixon Sbaron Thornton James W. McRae Hornet. This was the first WIN 12-TRANS. RADIO
since. In 1965 It was used In Pacific Air \
of the
Dorothy Mlxon Pearl Wol- Staike, has been selected for of 1967 member Just correctly' the MagIc
about 810 counties In 36 The farm operator will be I major fleet exercise air. guess
states. Escambla was a pilot I asked to visit the county office The JnlC'y( :MiMeum on K.' MadlNon !Strict did a fred Janine Gay Lynn promotion to captain in the I and stressed air, aiitl-alr, Forces to maintain which provides the U. S. Word In Flrtwtone'n. ad thin

county under the program, not later than a date. to "luiKloffire' biiHlnf>.."" ,la..t week as fimt griultHtiultnlit' friiin. I Green, and Tern- Roberts. U. S. Air Force.A surface. and sub-surface war- power defense In the I I IHHIIB on page' II (only 1

ttiit! year. Farmer acceptance I be announced later, to certify Sherwood ForeHt. Kleincntury He.huol. ,. In .1.U'k..n\IIlfI. nui lr I The public Is Invited to attend County graduate High of School Bradford Capt. \ fare. ______ Pacific and posture conducts air operations -, \\1'1'1:<8)) In Goes correct. to first Magic person Word.to

UWS so favorable and program acieages to qualify for price an educational trip to Starko. Five I-UIHHVS. of tttudcntn, totalIng this service. I McRae received his B. S. de- Seaman Apprentice David t I In Southeast Asia.

results so encouraging support and other piogrann about 13O and their tAucrM-ni urrlvol here by train (one I -
tfiat the methoj:! was approved benefits. He will have an opportunity group. per day for three days). They were taken. lij him. to I -

for more than 1.700 coun- to dispose of exce.ss the miiNeum. und then on a tour of Brmlford, County Mtratvliorry -
ties In 1966 and expanded to acreage any time prior to the
flddH for lunch Itt the Fairground. before
include other crops. It was time he makes this ceitlflca-
used successfully In 13 FlorIda tlon. After the certificationsare returning; to Juvl.'Honvllle.!. ) Standing In tl..r. of niimcuiu.. IKI

counties In 1968 end the obtained spot checks will I :>Ir s. Ruby Joluiit (i'ft), one of the sew' lJ\\nf'., und .J. T. :

program Is being expanded be made as a means of tilgley{ (right. ), originator of the riillwtion.For A 1ijj

again In 1967 to include 15 checking the accuracy of the

additional) Florida counties. certifications and maintaining -

]Experience to dite has proven program control. Excess Good Feed Grain Returns ,

that very few farmers lose acreage may not be adjusted

program benefits through for program, compliance after Take Part In 1967 ProgramA

failure to file accurate certi- the crop is measured in this
method will be check.
fication. The spot HASTINGS MATTRESS !
farmer's best assuranceof qualify for pricesupportloam I REDUCED RATES before
AT BOOK buying assvother
used for flue-cured tobacco Some leeway Is provided the .
getting good returns from and payments on their \.110.:11.. ) ,\11 & UPHOLSTERY WORKS! :: AUCTIONSAT. AUTO. FIRE BOAT enc o ed1a.1.. A.
/and feed grain acreages in producer in making his report II VI'K.H. : Palatk
will be his feed grain. crops will be 1967 corn crop1' by signing up i 710 Lemon St. DOYLE E. CONNERINSURANCE Payne, your local repreeant-
Bradford this since the farm
County year. I
considered in compliancewith to take part in the 1967 feed to take part in the 1967( 1'1' to 1.1 w..wd.. -_ .l"INI' Furniture Repaired FEB. 4- 10 A.M.:: / AGENCY tlve since 19 &. Box 830.

Producer certification! has the allotment cr base- /grain program. Leo ton Mor- feed Rraln program ard then I' Knell. woril, Her 1.1: __ .1.'.7Kilra Upholstered! & Refinished I trohC Phone 9644792.Myers tfcln

many benefits Morgan explained and therefore eligible for man Jr.. chairman. Agricul- diverting 20 per cent of the chiirir. If ..... MATTRESSES REBUIL'r, On Highway 121. 15 I

including stream- program benefits or price tural StablUatlon and Conservation farm's feed grain base and:! ....'.1 i lit H4IIIn4. _.25:: New Innerspringsand miles N\V of Gainesville FINEST CUBED IOE In town Power ToolsArea

lined field operations. reduced support if the measured County Committee. meeting other general program lti'11111t1A1.5.: IOHfll.1: .' TIOMMI Box SpringsDrop I at La Crosse. only 40c per bag. Jimmy Headquarter For
administrative coots and I
does not exceed the said today. provisions. ( uIIIN |>.r v....d Call Alachua Coun- :Moore's Gulf at corner of 301
Improved farm-ASCS rela- acreage L A Card or I Fla., Lawnmowen Pow.: T wMcCulloch
Program provisions! for this Growers on small farms. 2-S
allotment or base bv more <-,-\lll OKno 'rll\'K"' PALATKA EA 3-9168 I ty. Property of Mr.: and 100. 6tp Chain Saws
tions. Farmers being
appreciate -
year encourage the planting those with feed grain bases 1.1111I
narita < !lea. -
he declared! anti than a reasonable margin. ., ...., MRS. lEGGY SMALLER I and Mrs. Coughenour. I Pumps & Water System
trusted : of a. larger acreage of feed of ?5 acres or less. will be I imh: vonl %.. 31) --
have responded favorably to- Chairman Morgan stated grains than in 1966. Corn I Is; eligible also; for diversion 209! E. Adkln St. Phone Alachua 426- Brlrgs A Stratton Engines

frard accepting more pro that all affected farmers will again Included In the 1967 payments equivalent to 20 Problems? Stark Agent 1369. Farm is across MARY Rental Sale ServlM!
Insurance 230 N.E. leth Ave.
program. So a program participant per cent of the total county rd. from well-known

REGISTER NOW will be able to pro- support (loan plus pllce-sup- Call the !Man From NEW FURNISHEDONE rancher Roy Ceiling. GalnenvIU 3783411tfcng..

'I duce more of the feed grains; port payment] for the first' "KEYSTONE"George CARTER

FOR n 1967 and at the same time< 20 per cent of the base acreage E. LaRue BEDROOM 413 Acre FarmshowpJace "IT'S NEVER TOO LATE TO

his crop will be protected by; diverted and 50) rer cent LEARN." Register now. Adult

the price-support loans! and of the support on anv additional Kevstone Heigh APARTMENTS: ( ) PAINTS Education cllLl etL! Elementaryand
Consultant For All Your
ADULT EDUCATIONCLASSES payments available only to< acres diverted up to Secondary. ;Phone 964-2701(

I participants.A the total base. I Insurance NeedsRepresenting : NEXT TO HIM 100 head Angus Cattle day; 964-3071 ovenlng, tf

widespread participation Farmers with feed grain Long lint farm Complete Line

''In the program too. will bases of 28 to 125 acres can I Great American In*. Co. Ehx-t. Heat and Air Cond. machineryHoimeiioKl of FOGS FOR SALE-farm fresh.

: TO START JANUARY 30 mean feed grain supplies also qualify for d.version: I Th Travelers Ins. Co. $85.00 Per Month etc.HlgMy. furniture. B. C. HoUzendorf.: 1H mile

which are in balance with payments on 25 acres of I Tel. 473-4692 Day on Vl\Ararda Roctd. tfclig

: ((18 Weeks For $2. Per Course) demand. thus serving to their base It they agree to I 473-4325 Nltes Call developed farm Is Paintsand .

stabilize both market sup- plant no feed grains In 196'1.1Their Auto lire Home Buslnew a. real showplace with TilE RIGHT POINT for tb*

Elementary and High School Subjects plies and prices and to >avoid payments will be calculated -i I Monthly Payment Plan I MR.\ MASON beautiful owner's home the way you write Come In
plus fine modern tenant and select your favorite E8TERBROOK -
building up a surplus. the same as for small
State ApprovedVISIT Tew home. 2 ,big ''barns land
Farmers will bo able to farms with a base of 25 care of Ernest fenced. fountain pen.
ADULT EDUCATION OFFICE acres. Realty Inc. 'Situated In Florida's best SuppliesFor
(USO Building) be furnished more. complete For corn, the 1987 loan SERVICE farming section. Cattle

information on the produce] rate will be $1.05 per bushel Gainesville, .Ph. 376-6-161 and equipment offered
Ready Mix.' all I MI|ZM Concrete NOTICE:
national average and the separately. Buyer can assume All Purposes
TELEPHONE ADULT EDUCATIONWrite certification program in the Block; all type Sand;
near future. price-support payment rate Prerast.. LJntel. Everything 2906 N. W. 13th St. 30 year mortgage- Change of Adilrenn
30 cents a bushel on the: pro- 6%. Inspect this farm be
nwemary for concrete masonry fore auction. see how it RIIODEN'SBOOKKEEPING
jected yell! of the
: acres
ronstructlon.Ve .
I Mother' March planted to 50 cent of St., i fits your needs. ZIPPERS : ANI) TAX
ADULT EDUCATION DIRECTORDrawer Tuesday Night. up per will meet any price' on 1408 N. Randall SERVICE!:
the base
average. all material. within Bradford Green Acre
AND STILL Fenced lot. playhouse. : I Auction Under Big 7 & 10 In lOc
Advance payments will be County 150 x 171 located at 118 S. Court
( 100, Starke, Florida) I nT" Tn i>KFFncinrriT ..
IN rorriT, R RA O.I available at the time farmers MAINTAIN QUALITY. I storage three 'bedroom Rain Proof, Heated 14 In. 15c Street. lit door buck of
.. .
"It's Never Too Late To Learn" I I"'If'ORO il.nv.I \ ,.nl'T''.! FI.OItIO.IN: sign-up. These will bn basedon BRADFORDENC4NEERING two bath. masonry,, Tent, Refreshments on Koch Drug. Phone 900-3741.

J; C POX one-half of the diversion central heat drape rods. carport Grounds Welcome 22 In. . 25c tf..JaI&
I'lainllff I I payment If any, and the I <: !: CO. I I with paved walkway.and Bring Friend.
.. a
1' I HEI.IOV v. 'ox ties ::0.:0. 15 price support payment the Ph. 964-2521 .Starke driveway. 18 year mortgage ,. I

ri'f-ndnnt, farm will earn If all \program! with $78.00 per month. "Florhlit's. Leu.dlnrr TilE RIGHT POINT for the USED VACUUM cleaner reconditioned -
Norrr-R ,'o'So /\PPf1\ provisions are met In YOUR B K! S T BARGAIN. down f'aymentand Auctioneer. 115 10 different
Into accor- Reasonable the write. Come In I up.
Spring Boating. : IIKI..KV: 'OX ADULT EDUOATION clawies. way you
V"n nr* hrrotiv nmlflcil, Ihnt dance with the farmer's Intentions immediate possession! Qrissom Kemp and select your favorite ES. name brands to choose from.
n '.It I| for nivntu-H 'him h....r when ,he signs up. Join now. Elementary andSeconelary. Call A. J. Thomas. realtor TERBROOK fountain pen. Parts & excellent repairs all
fllMI Phom 064-2701
niriiln <
you In th. nhn-v. AuctionSilver
SeeBoatarama .ntnu'il Pnurt anil rmwa. anil yoi" The signup under the 1967 964-3071 i Tel. 964-5701 and seu! this TELEGRAPH. I, makes.! KIRBY SALES k
I .rs. r..1. to N..r\... a rOilY of feed grain program will start days; eveningtl. lovely home.WORLD'S !Sprln r.., FU I SERVICE 712 N Main. Galneiville -
vniir I'lMtinlnlnt' nnnwer on or tH..ulnnillnu'"''nln''"I.'*. th. Monday Feb. 6, and continue I'.h. 238-2."" TilE RIGHT POINT for the I 376-7110. ttchff
NOTICE SMALLEST electric Flu. I'hi.&ll-4S7I
'i-nnv niCOROra FT PlIfiRfRi :. for four weeks through Orlando. the way you write. Come In I,
67BOATSMOTORSTRAILERS "'i"1-0S| X TEMPM] AYR. adding machine: adds subtracts 23 S. Magnolia A\e.
HTARKR: Friday! March 3. Change of AddreM und select your favorite ES-
Fl. (s'.i fit. 0. { credit
"Hn-lrml, In the office of the I II I multiplies; l TERBROOK fountain pen. The Rancher
ClM-k.' "of. thi, > nircM't, Cmirtr .0. CENTRAL KMPIX1YMBNT: balance. Only $109.50 Brad- I TELEGRAPH.NEW ,
hrfnro the 17th rtnv n' SERVICEnow ford County Telegraph tf CARL BEGGS
IUT : otherwise'
the allxirittlonK,. r nf ."hi Corn I MOBILE home, Chick-
nlnlnt will l he talcen its con 12Vides\ located. at 118 I S. CourtSt. I SINGER DIAL-O-MATIC Gulf ServiceUSED asha 20' & 24' wide Buddy- O Western Wear
re.o..ot by" you.Thll Bark of Koch Drug. Console Model Sewing Ma- PARTS I
Clemaon. Layton Travel Trailers '
.tI"I Rhall Ie iivlilUhec'' l ,
ELECTRONIC ,.'.... Phone 069-3741. Handling chine. Must place In your Price for \\n-ckwl Cars
AND once "a'h f( p four t'nn Custom Made Top I Liberty. Taylor Azalea: 9 Guns
.fly." > b Zia Zags.
it in th JHf p. all type of employment. area. A-I shape. 24 Hour Wrecker Service buy. sell. trade. Year bank fi
P-Olin ror'N-rv' T3TEORril! For Florida Living
CAMPING EQUIPMENTJacksonville nnt.d PhIq IHh day uf JAN: tfchg makes buttonholes fancy de .-. Fuel Oil ... I nancing. Buckeye Ti'alter Mart. Livestock
tIAFtY, 1901 signs sews on buttons. appli
Inc. 8673 Roosevelt Blvd.
('HAEE5( A. IAfl17Y. More etc. Sold AAA S & II Green Stump Supplies
YOU 623 PINEWOOD DRIVB.: A ques. monograms Orange Park 264-2131. tfchgWANTED : '
rVrW of th. ClriMili! Oc.url. For Your Hwy. 301 N. Waldo I
ny Virginia $ $ new over $300. MUST
F. Par by Mnull family will enjoy this ,
I r>"i"utv" "'terYc.sIcAI. II RIFICE. Just pay balance 468-1908 Saddlery
recently redone home, withcarpol.t.
( .) No Salaried or Commissioned -Curb girls' neat
l-2 4t 3-1CTHR 'I fenced yard utility, $62 or assume $8 monthly NO 481 FIVE ACRE FARM: and dependable. must be' FREELAND BROWN
Employees I II older
V large oil heater and every- payments. Will take Beautifully land aped lawn.
over 21. No experience necessary -
FEB. 2 3 4 5 1:0.1'\:'qf> T"UtP rincuiT'1IADYi'ORD rnunr.'nus iy I DAD & BRAD LARSEN : thlniKf, to make it an Ideal placeto machine in trade. Call Credit Jack- 2 houses. outbuildings fruit Apply In person Tuck's Manager6th

'I,?. PI.ORIOA.NO. I LIKE TO WORK live. See me for a quick Manager COLLECT and nut trees. On paved Drive In. tfchg Street
M TH I II sale. A. J. Thomas Realtor.Tel. sonville 383-1946. any time. highway. Yours for only 7.

Civic Auditorium Exhibition Hall foMPANV.PN-RTATK'' : a AfPFI'TANCR Florida: corpora I YOU Benefit! 964-5701. Will deliver. No obllglJtlon.4tcha 2.>16 700. GARDEN FRESH cabbage' Near Livestock Market

tlon NO. 490 CORNER LOT for sale at my home. Also I I
DOWNTOWN ON TilE WATERFRONTAZALEA .1'" n. Plaintiff. I School. New classes. start NEVER CLEAN your toilet 200' x 210' Frame 3 bedroom pansy plants. Mrs. W A. Oainesville.) 376.4395
I ,AH Sl.lIn Display excellent shape. Stern Highway 301) South.
n'P1'O'l"!' on" \ Durasanl house In
Feb. 7:30 Pork of
L ing 2. : pm. bowl again. Let
--________ "KATIIFRIVR' q catherine HAMPTOV.tlampton. hi' 8-10-12 Wide The Palms) Keystone Heights, toilet bowl cleaner do it for Well shaded lawn. Barn. A- Phon! 964-3531. Itrhd I FOR SALE1958 Cnevrolet

w". I'/j Bath* Fla. Phone 473-4843. 3tp 1/26 automatically. Amazing Joining acreage available. FOR RENT Unfurnished 4 door Sedan extra clean.
you -
D..t..n" nt". and. Expandables I Durasanl cleans and deodorizes Just 'I n Rna and !lootS terms. I Oood rubber good paint
VrtTlf-B" OP'I new REAI.TV211T 3 bedroom house. Convenientto
I time STROUT good interior. Priced right.
!1, Notice P'ORF..OIl"RF1 I 18 h"r"hy iclven. thatpiirmmnt Nation Wide bowl every $1.98. N. Temple Ave. all of shopping area. : Contact Ewell Lawson. Lawson -
,, to Klnm .?itlatent, o'forirfoBiir I toilet Is flushed. Only U.S. Phone 904-2521. tfchu
., New and Used 964-1441. ( 301) Meat Market. ltp
.nt r | 'In rnui Paint Factory : Call Calvin Johns. Phone 969-8491 Htarhe I
numbered I1.T44. in fh. PlrouliPonrf Uchg NO. 470
nf Rradronl ('float"lt'frritla. 8.Yr. financing available :311* N. Temple Ave. : 1964 Dodge Dart-4 Dr. Be'I' -
I I will" ii.i|"| lh. pron..rtultuatvil \ FOR RENT-One and 2 be-i- 15 acre of rich good :land. 11 '' dan. 370 Series like new.
In Bn.rlfo-r.1. I FOR SALE-Late 1901 Pontiac tillable 'I'
I'nimf acres vegetable crops.
furnished' or
Plorlrtu itenorlhxt nx fnlir' .... Use Our Kental-Pur- Reg. $1.99 Cat Value excellent condition. New room apartments Small equity and assume
fenced. 78 Pecan trees. ar-
All 1 thAI nan nf 8H of NWV I unfurnished. Reasonable. Vf.H $35.86 monthly. 969-1042
r nf NVft/t of Rvftlnn US. chase Plan-Payments 3 Gal. For $5.00 tires. Rear dented. Retails Nollman 510 N. Cherry SStfcht. lety fruit trees. H aero lawn .
I Tn-wnahln 5 Ninth, Rnn* ?3 Under $50 Per MonthNOWI $795 price $275. L. Porter. beautiful view over looking I. after!! 5pm
AZALEA J 2815 PRESIDENT F.aat.. nr..dfi. >r.l OmnlvFlorlrti. Up
Gal. Value Starke.
Keit. $2.99 .
LANESPALATKA lylnr Kniit of II..". Magnolia Hotel. tree farm from 6 rm Farm FOR RENT furnished small

PLAZA STREET boapd Airline Rillrr....i nf i nnriiliilniftwo '
rn acres. m",.. nr I".". For a person! to do part time In person. Lee's Restaurant I heat. 2 porches Plus tractor Near uptown. Ph. 9d4-4 21.

RXPKPT..' n Int BO\ '''''1 by Resr. $3.99 Gal. Value work after school and on an<< Drlv Tn. tfcriT shed and hen house. Very Located 558 W. Call St.
50 feet "".d.<1 tn Rvpllnanrvrn .
and Ijirv. Tnrrv 4 Gal. For $12.00 Saturdays. call 964-3973. Up SERVICE STATION for sale I Good Value Here. 12000. Itchg
rjrc..". UK ilewruiod in l>ooil terms.
HANDICAP TOURNAMENT NOWIN r...'..,...... In Offli' l H.(">rcl. Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE or for rent Major" oil company NO. 501 STARKE: $"..MOYf" FOR RENT 2 bedroom
Rook 21. mir. HI ,nil."11.' KNAPP SHOE COUNSELORfor good location. Call J. I
house trailer lot in town.
rnnA of llrniirnrri. Poimty. this area. Is E. M. Norton.Ph. C. Lawton Palatka 32.V2064.: *. 114.500 buys 38 Industrial on
PROGRESS Plorlila.nt EUNICE NURSERY Also trailer can be movedon
zoned In city IlmI -
pnhllr mil*, the hlrllernml 533-2081. or write Rt. 1. 4tchg 2.3 acres!!
to II Full Lake Privileges Pecans Peaches. Pears I your lot. Call 944-0733.
its. electricity
hapt t bidder for rmh. i. Box 354. Starke FU. 32091. City sewers. I
tltf Mouth. door nf nriilfnr'Poiintv Homestead Exempt- Plums. Persimmons. Satsu- Sale. Jan. 15 to DRAGLINE WORK dIg flab. v ater. gas. paved i>ld Wa.lks. J. B. White. 2tchg 2-3 )
Work Shoe
GRAND PRIZES (PniirthnniiK, stiirkc Financing mas. Kumquats Grapefruit WI.'puIi' between. I non I AM and 31. 3tchg 29 I pon Perfect for developers'! I'
ton P.M. on thp lath tiny n'. anj:; Orange Trees. Barerool /grading ditchlmr! drainage. for factory etc. You know( FOB RENT Large one '

: 2 1967 MUSTANGSLADIES bll F..hru".y./IlIn. and KII7 Inrlu.llnit' th l/i. Lake Geneva and container grown- Orna I Contact or write E. L. Darrah what .I"e. ONLY 1-4 down. i iI bedroom furnished apart-

p"t..d thereon:npnitrtennnreit together with mental shrubs. 2 miles North WANTED TO RENT-2 bed- Waldo. Fla._4tp :2.3 STROUT REALTY ment. Renner Apts. Phone I

n"'tur.a pltuated. therein soul of Lawtey on 301. Turn west room unfurnished house with
2117 N.. Temple Ave., Starke 964-3744. tfchg
AND !MEN\ Ic.uit.uI! thr'"onPuled at Ph. 782-3465. 4tch 2 bedroom BOBBY BIOOS' BODY &
Trailer Sales sign. option to buy. Or
thin 20th day of Jnnttary. RADIATOR AUTO SHOP I Fla [904] M9-3491.! Free Local -
SEPARATE DIVISIONSFOR 1907.fHARtF'S. ttc"lr 1/26 unfurnished apartment down(
A. DAHflVPlerk 2-2 411 S. Walnut St. Phone 964- :
stairs. Call 9S4-3900. 3tchg SALE2 bedroom
Clrrttlt. PonrtHra On Rout 100. One MIle !SB! 0021. 4tchg 2'2IPOO CB
RESERVATIONS ford, roiintr. Floridnv :- I Ke\"O; on. llelfht" FOR. SALE II' Fishing house. Large Florida room.

ppntitv Beiilntl.. ClerkRntrgu :%1. :Moody, Open Sun. & Evening Boat and trailer excellent' FOR RENT Furnished:! efficiency JATW_TT"* :2 X 8-10 I FOR SALE Someone) to Small equity: and take up

CALL 328-200O PALATKA Polei' A Drink,, i condition 19500. Will fl- apartment with bedroom : ft. long lumber 125 per thousand take up payments on 1669 parments $63.00 per mo.

JuckionvllU 1110 Ameeloan' Florida ffrltav 12201"Bid**. :- __. I Ij nance. Jimmy\ Moore'i Sun Rerxner Apt Phone I Phone Jacksonville 354- 12x50! Star Mobile Home Call Day phone 9649091night

j it 1-26 j Sports. lIp 964-5744. Uchg 4921. Itchg 969-3431 before 8 p.m. 2tp 2-2 964-3291. 4tchg 2118i |

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ST, RKF.. FLORIDA THURSDAY ".\N. 26. 1967 -

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Mayor Chitty Served Us Well II-J'f -, ,,.' Tests Set


"It matters not at what hour the righteous: fall asleep. .II( /.... .' Selective ServIce College
Death cannot" :' Qualification Tests I3SCQTI I I
) come untimely to him who is fit to die. '
,, ,.. ; lNY ,arl similar to those given during/

Seldom has a community been Quiet ;and Illlu@sumins.Iuyor: : ; ,\ '1" 1066 will be admlnstcied on

cast into such deep sorrow as was Chitty was completely devoid! of 'Ct.-y.., ; .;, Saturday March II: Friday
March 31, and Saturday.
Starke the death of its the trappings often ,.
flamboyant so
upon .:t f April 8, 1807. Brig! General
youthful Mayor, Randal Chitty. associated with the "politician." ..-t :.!' ".. -yo -- Harold C. Wall, stato directorof

Although the seriousness of his Jut he was/ after all, only human, ,... )'1.' 'y," r lh'' 4f Selective Service<< announ-

illness was known for weeks, we and if and when his "Irish" did .'':I''... / '. ced this week.Application .

cling to hope and refuse to be- arise, he was quick to cool off : r cnrdx arid bulletins -

lieve that death can come to thosewe and always ready to discuss I a ; ;f-: Gi ,,y1t'tt' of Information concerning -

need and love. difference of opinion in the spiritof ,..of',\ '. '& the test will be avail r
able at t local Selective Serv-
No greater tribute to :Mayor compromise. He never held a .'" i ice Boards beginning Friday -

Chitty could have been paid than grudge. Jan. 20.Any Cars Washed For LibraryMrmhrrt

the homage of those who gatheredlast The quotation says "It mattersnot Selective Service registrant -

Friday afternoon in his ." but perhaps that la presently enrolled In ; of the 'Nub-Deb Club are pli-tiiml during theft

church filled beyond capacity a bit too philosophical. Truly .,.,"' ''s4P1. college or Is a high; school ear wuHli staged last Siiturdiiy I for Ix-ncflt of flu Public Libra

with friends and sociates who "death cannot come untimely to senior or graduate and I has ry. From .left: Htinry. Dobbs, Beverly I Mcllao,

Knew him best. city and county him who ie fit to die," but we t '. .T' not previously taken the test. Dollir Ullnon, Donna Pntriiy Llmlit Colson ami Sandra HuffirliiM. -

officials, members of the National may sometimes wish that those may apply. All appllcaton The girls: slam held a hake sain, and the joint projerf

Guard: city police and fire de- who have been taken from us must be postmarked no later netted more than $70 for I the library fund

partment, and perhaps greatest: could be spared a little longer to r r tI in Feb. 10.
J The 3-hour test will be
of all just plain friends. achieve some of their most / ,
prepared and graded by Educational -
Never before has Starke hada cherished i"

Mayor who served so much We know that Mayor Chitty was .. Princeton Testing New Jersey.Service It of Is More Than 10,000 Acres OpenedTo

beyond the call of duty. With an ambitious for Starke and had Intended to predict a stu

, understanding employer, he was many hopes\ and plans for its ; dent's ability to do college
at liberty to give freely of 1m future. It was our privilege to :. work. The test consists of Sportsmen Under New ProgramMore

; time to civic duties and give work with him and offer what L 1 150 multiple-choice questions

he did, unsparingly. Not only was support we could to him in some ':.i 4 Q 1 verbal equally! and divided quantitative to measure abilities than 10,500 acres of treating livestock damaged

Jhe faithful in attendance at Council of these efforts. One of these pro land In2\ Florida counties by careless hunters could
Tt I I.* designed to determined -
meetings, where his opinion jects, enlisting the assistance of .:; 'r ? the student's reading; >has been opened to hunters easily offset the minimal

I I and advice was respected and a team from the: University of ',J... ,. comprehension the ranre and fishermen! this year under compensation the farmer receives

often heeded, but he was also on Florida in mapping some long of his vocabulary and his the U. S. Department of for cooperating the

I call at any time of day or night range plans for the city was 9&$3' abilltv to interpret: data I n Agriculture's. \ Cropland Adjustment CA' effort to maki moro
the form of charts. graphs: Program, Emery land available to the public.
to attend meetings, hearings social started just before his trying
Williams chairman of the
I Cooperation is essential U
I functions and other gatherings : weeks of illness. Mayor Chitty o rv"{'', ,,93 'f 'gdlf and also asked tables.to The:.wive candidate short numerical Is- Agricultural Stabilization and the program Is to be success

where "the mayor" is ex- would have liked nothing more El'i.....! / problems that requIre Conservation state Committee ful.

pected to be., than to see this work throughto : :,,/. ;, ability to reason with has anounced. Additional acreage Is ex-*

And Mayor Chitty'n service was a successful conclusion, and it .......?'t \1ti .,.. numbers rather than advanced Nationally the land made pected to be made available'
. not confined to the city limits is hoped that the work will con mathematical knowledge. available without charge totals beginning in the: fall of 1967

of Starke. He was a faithful at- tinue, even without his leadership Plenty of Prospects for The Governor's PoliceFARMER1S Scores will be forwardedby about half a million The 1967 CAP signup periodIs
tender at state meetings of the and inspiration. lIe would Educational Testing ServIce acres or about 25 percent of now In progress and
to the the approximately two million through December 15 more
Florida] League of Municipalities have wished it so. directly registrant's ;
I local board. Test resultsare acres placed! In the crop- 'than lee farmers In 16 Florida -
I and had brought prestige to our "Death is the liberator of him land Adjustment Program
DIARY of advisory nature and counties had filed requeststo
city by serving its Legislative whom medicine cannot the
I on cure ; 'are only Intended to supple- during Its first year of opel'aUon participate In the public
Committee, and with other groups comforter of him whom time can- ment other Information In access' phase of the CAP. If
of statewide importance. Many[ not console." So says the phi During the tlmberland assessment press and swamp, $30 pel'acre. the registrant's file. The local According to Chairman funds were available to approve -

were the progressive ideas and losopher. "It matters not at what trial last week. WP S e board may apply this optional Wllllami, Increased InterestIs all of these requests
inspirations that he gained at hour the righteous fall asleep. had a four-day "course" on trial criterion In determining being shown by both farmers more than 51.000 additionalacres
the was over
Bradford County's timberlands When
eligibility of a registrant and sportsmen In this could be available for
these and hometo
meetings brought Death cannot come untimely to and picked up a lot of Circuit Judge John A. H.
access" feature of the
for occupational defer- "public public recreational
share: with fellow officials him who is fit to die. information Including the Murphree had a table piled use.
ment as a student. program. Funds, however, are very
I around the council table. estimate that on one large high with maps. recol'ds.charts The 12 Florida counties in
Some 138,000 registrants limited and it will be several
I 80 cent of the pine and other exhibits on
II per applied for the most recent which CAP public access! months before definite figures -
I Praise And A WarningStarke trees arc slash, and 1 the bal- which to base his decision, series) of these tests farms are located are: Ala- on the acreage that will
leaf.'S. which will not be made for
ance arc long Ollchrlst. Hamilton,
given on November 18 and chua. be available In 1967 can be
and Bradford County would come to this area in the at least five or six weeks
19 1068. Of this number' approximately Holmes Jackson, Jefferson esta, bllshed'''.
came in for high praise Monday event of an atomic attack on a Also that it talces on an from now.. 110,000 reportedfor Lafayette, tAVY; Madison, In addition to the special

! night by instructors from Florida nearby target, such as Jackson- overage 12 trees of merchandisable : Sam McGarvey the examinations as Union, Wakulla, and Walton. public access payment, farmers -
I State University who brought : size to make a cord IJy That decision will have a scheduled Information on the locationof can get special conservation -

i their Institute for Emergency Pre- ville.They reminded us that Brad- of pulpwood. and that the far-reaching effect, not only Any registrant wishing to farms with acreage available cost-sharing for practices -
. time it takes a tree to grow per acre, hardwood and cypress here in Bradford;: County, can be obtained from
paredness to the DOiC. building at ford County has a population of know his! score must contact to foster wildlife habitat -
varies from 10 land $20 per acre and in Baker County where a In each
i the Fairgrounds. and shelter that size years his own local board for this the local ASCS office on this land. These pay-
around 13,000 space upward depending on many swamp or nonproductiveland similar trial has been held county.
information. ments- offered in
' are areas
The instructors, who have pre- for only 230 persons. Only three factors. And that the num- $5 per acre. 'but ..all over the timber belt The Cropland Adjustment and States where State
! game
sented their preparedness workshop buildings in the county are ratedas ber of stems In a planted in north Florida. It will gnawer Program offers farmers a and fish commissions agree

in all sections of the state, affording a safe degree of acre of pines varies from 560 On the contrary, Long said the question: how much eligible for retirement from means of diverting land not that the availability of land

I said that this was the first session !'- fallout protection.It or so, down.to. about. 300. he listed two classifications! :: : is a acre of tlmberland worthin the federal government.The presently needed for crop would be enhanced for this

/' to be attended by such a was pointed out that most pine and pine potential land, Bradford County. new Job wllll give htm production Into some conservation -

I large percentage of the county people fall into two classes:: : those The prices quoted per cordas $100 per acre; hardwood cy- wide leeway to work for rural or recreational use: use.The Florida Game and

commission, by the superintendentof who sayVhat'g the use" tryingto stumpage varied a great areas In Florida and the 1.11- the public access feature of Fresh Water Fish Commission -
deal, ranging from a low of rrP..v.v..VVYVYVrSHOP at the Chamber offlre. the helps. to extend Is cooperating In the
schools, as well as city officials, protect ourselves from atomic tion. Matthews will be responsible program
$3:I up to $9. After the woodIs Henry Motes la. featured at for coordination of the program's benefits directly public access feature of the
and health officials. attack, and those who are opti- cut and hauled to the
the keynote speaker. He federal and loan programs to people living In small program in the State. They
They also commended the county's mistic enough to believe "it can'thappen woodyards in Starke the TALKBy president of the E. H. Thompson aiding rural communities towns and cities as well as to appraise the suitability of

new Civil Defense Director, here." The right attitudeis price Is $16.75 or so ptr cord Company of Jacksonville, The Community Develop- those In rural areas. CAP land for this use and set

Frank Williams, on the enthusiasm to recognize the danger and and after It is delivered to Fe4er J. Novak and Is an outstanding example ment Service has a small 12 agreements to open land for limitations If needed.' They

with which he is undertaking try to do something about it, the pulp mill, it Is about $22 General of a man in tho role of cor'- member staff It plays a mA- public use! In hunting fishing 'also! help farmers select conservation -

his duties, and on the fact that the speakers said. per cord.S ManagerAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4; munty leadership. He is Including1 active jor role In the developmentof hiking and trapping measures\! needed to

he i is attending a Civil Defense In case of attack, any kind of in many organizations, Area- agricultural programs!: re- have been signed on about Improve land a>, a wildlife
All of these figures, weresubtectert the Jacksonville 6,000 farms nationally in and recreational resource.
short in I'alatka quiringcongressional enact-
managers course shelter is better than none, it with the Chamber of Commerce. His
to debate
this week. "J. crawling During late December' and ment. works to !Ret: them approved 1066.
out humorous
was pointed ven talk will be along
company's attorneys
timber ; moot of January tho Chamber and aids local areas Williams reports that 52 Property Owners
Along with the compliments, into I a culvert under the high- bringing: out one set of figures lines and It will be'well worth
In/ occupied with the proMe-ms In utilizing:/: the benefits pro- farms In 12 Florida counties
for the
the instructors! brought some! way." Better by far, however, is: and the timber consul- of changing leadership and developing marking your calendar' vldl'd. lire' signed up to allow public Warned To BewareOf

sobering information and gave constructing some type of shelter tant for Bradford County 'new programs and Jan. 28 date. The former congressman hunting without charge on Repair GypsHome

dramatic demonstrations, using onyour premises, even though it producing! a higher set. One plans for the coming rear. The awards committee has admitted he Is still uncertai'tabout their CAP designated acre-

actual Geiger counters, showingthe be modest and inexpensive. And of the most controversial) fig- Your officers directors and once again met to select winners all the responsibilities!' ape. These farmers will receive repair gyp artists
annual Good novo
dire effects of fallout which there's no time like the present ures wan the growth rate, or staff have been busy at these ernment of the Good Citizenship Inherent In his new assign.. an additional CAP may be invading this area
woodan !
the number of cords of chores. and Public ment. but said he expect, to "public. access" payment of again, according to a warnIng -
People Like To See A WinnerThis acre would produce in an The 1966 Annual Report Goal Health Samaritan awards. The committee fret: all of the problems worked $3 per acre on about 6.000 of by the Oalnesvllle Area

average year.. ((19641] > YEAR OF PROGRESS) unanimous 1m Its. decisionsof out in quick order. He the more than 10.500 acres Chamber of Commerce.
season's TV programs Tornadoes with Macclenny a team Is still. In process/ of preparation those selected to receive plans to begin working 01 made available to the public Reports from other partsof

h' must be pretty good ones even that's won 48 straight. But then One of the plaintiffs, stated It will >he a slide presentation the awards.' The winners will come ideas/ on programs while the remaining 4,500, the state say that home
lands the ratewas
his !4 at
that on that will be
though given which might bi. presented to acres Is being opened up repair salesmen have 'been
we can't tell it. we're bigger than Macclenny and '. cord 'not be announced until the annual
about an per the 20th annual banquet at the .
the 90th Congress! wnlch without any compensation.Two innocent victims
But one thing we can tell you, 12-3 is not bad. The Wildcat'ssmallest year, based on actual$ production Starke JoIf & Country Club meeting. selling
went into session! Tueidiv.' of the participatingfarms worthless roof coatings and
Bradford High's 1966) basketball gate this season was record" while! the Saturday evening Jan 28.
While In Congress Matthews also will provide fishing driveway "resealing" jobs.
team is a good one. In fact, it's $220. When they needed new uniforms defense! witness psl'mat The Program of Action tor Federal Job served as a member of facilities. The "repairs" are said to
the best one the school's had that It runs as high a" 22 1907 has been developed from
ever one night's gate ($323)) the Hmi e Agriculture Com- Each participating farm wash away with the first

and we're not just talking throughour more than covered it. cords per. year or four timeshigher. (members ideas expressed, Hours of by work Chamber and ml+tee and ai chairman of will have a sign posted near rain, after payment has been

hats. Next season the Tornadoes will several conferences have gone For MatthewsFormer the subcommittee on family the farm headquarters announcing made.
Would believe 12-3 farm His experience! 'n free access. Property owners are warn-
you a sea- need new uniforms and a new The growth rate was a key Into getting the program of public
son record ? How about a team batch of basketballs. They bought factor in the plaintiff's case action on paper. It now need STrictiltural problems ftlf'I1' 'i f Williams urged hunters to ed to ask to see the solicitor's

that is 11-1 in regular season play, 14 new balls last year but theydon't as it was used in estimatingthe the approval of the Executive Rep. D. R t Billy 1 prominently' In the federal contact the farm headquarters permit and occupational license -

and that one lost to a .Class AA last too long when they get production of wood, and Committee ojul your Board of Matthews has !been appointed aptwintment. before entering the land before entering int>
rectors. deputy administrator:! of fie was also one of t,vo for Instructions and advice.In any contract If there Is any
team ? Would for hence the Income. Having
and the
team much tear
you go a as wear as
Florida sufficient the farmer doubt the property owner
Committees are now being the Community, Develop- congressmen wth many oases
the Income
that hasn't lost on its home court? Tornadoes have subjected themto established per formed. The chairmen have ment Service an agency of sonority\ to merit a will have certain areas reserved should check with the police
the then
plaintiffs argued -
Well, you've got one The win- in the last two seasons. acre be will his the sheriffs of-
that with a net Incomeof been selected and we are wa- the U.: S. Department of position on the allimportantHouse where keep department
ningest team in the history of There are eight regular !season' $3.40 per acre pe- year, Ing their consent to 'serve Agriculture. Appropriation Committee livestock so that they will fice, or the local Chamber of

Bradford High basketball, thatis games left on the schedule, the end capitalizing that amountat The majority of committee A lifelong Floridian and The other Is Florida's not bother or be bothered by Commerce before contracting
not football assignments have already been senior U. S. representativeBob !! the hunurs. Mr. Williams for any service.
7 cent return the land Mat-
last six of them at home. On tap per resident of Gainesville.
made, but Chamber member> Sikh, of Crestview, a 26- urged' hunters using CAP Property owners should
What we'd like is Palatka Fernan- was worth an average of $48 thews served 14 years In
whyso Macclenny
to know are ,
can still volunteer for service year veteran. provided> land to respect the also make note of the sales-
few people are watching it. dina, Orange Park, Green Cove per acre. Please advise the office where Congress as representatvefrom Matthews was also one of farmers property, crops and mans! auto license g and be

Oh, it's not that the stands are Springs, Lake City, Ocala, and However the defense! attempted you would like to help toward defeated old last District year 8.by He Rep was the more liberal\ members. of livestock. The cost of repair- able to describe him to law

empty, but those students aren't Live Oak. The real meat of the to prove that the building a better community. Don Fuqua of Altha wnen the Florida delegation Ing fences gates etc. or enforcement officers If the

$1 paying customers. They have season is upon us and there shouldbe land 1 lt! worth the average of Finances, are also Important for the old Districts 8 and 9 were need! a rill.....
A budget
activity cards admitting them to some very good ball games. $78 per acre It was assessedat operation proponed of the Chamber pro combined In the reapportionment -

all BUS events. But we don't wantto Should the Tornadoes lose to by Tax Assessor Oene (from has been prepared. along shuffle to form the

wait for a new generation of both Macclenny and Palatka on Long. Using its witness the the same lines as last year present District 2. OPID4

basketball fans. There must be the road this week, they can still defense introduced appraisals More ,than one-third of this All through the death The Bradford County Telegraph

150 or 200 people in this county go into the conference tourna- showing that the land Is budget Is derived from Cham- struggle for one of the two 'gyp ESTAHLISIIED; 1879

who like a basketball. game and ment with a 15-:> record. Every worth more than $100 per ber meittberahlpa, so pronpt congressmen, the tight race ACTIVtN
acre, and later produced a payment of dues will help us'> was billed as one of the E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher
especially a winning team. game after that is at home, and list of sale figures to show
do a better Job of community friendliest battles In recent fq
'. Against Santa Fe here Tuesday they haven't. lost those: two yet. that carr,parable lands! building. years. Fuqua was one of c.5 1961 Florida's Oldest Weekly Nl'wI ptcper Published Contlnatitly'

night, the visitors brought m'>repaying So how about switching from brought mOle than $100 per There Isn't much time many congressmen to eulogize .9110 Under The Same Mont Hcnd..
customers than we had TV to basketball a few times: this acre on the open market. the annual dinner Matthews on the floor
5 left before Published each Thursday and entered on Second Claws Matter art the Post Of lime,
present. We won 60-45 going season. This basketball team will meeting. We advise those of of the House Just before adJournment -
away. Against Orange Park last win its share of the games and One of the points of con- you who plan on attending to last year. at MtarkA, FlorliLt under Art of March 3rd, 1879.

Friday the gate was only $111,50, provide a fair share of thrills for .tention lands was the classificationof get your tfctkeU: now. Many Rep. Matthews announced Subscriptions. In trade 111'1'''! 1 year #...<.HI'>j fl nionttii.4)ut ,L23
and one of the last year that he hoped he
tickets have already belO sent
or a net of $72.80 after $38.80 for for you. plaintiffs listed the followingset out to those who normally attend could stay in the Capitol at liln trade area: t year, ,10I; / months.. '%..30DDADFODD
officials. And if you can go to sleep in
: No. 1 pine land. $62 per but others are available some appointive position. He
Maybe you can't compare the front of them, we give upl! acre; No. :2 pine land, $34 U two years away from being!


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'Vyyyyyyyyy'yyyyyyyyyyy Mrs. Cuendet Sr. has been ill I spoon vinegar. Boll to 300 Emphysema Fastest Rising Cause

and Is in Bradford CounH degrees the above ingredientsor I

THERESSABy Hospital until to a hard crack Of Death/ In Florida And U. S.

Mrs. Ruby Dlckms hi' lb stage when dropped in cold I

Becky Newham been vlsltng with M: andMrs. water. Then add.: 1 tablespoon -
butter and '4 teaspoon Emphysema .. Bronchitis Is ture since for every death
\ Homer Brlnson for a\
....... .......... few days. soda. Stir well. Pour over 5 the fastest rising cause of I reported there are at least

HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Sympathy Is extende t tMrs. to() quarts of popcorn. Stir well death in Florida and the two other deaths in which
-IIEIjdw; iura 8urQesjl1'oIlr and turn out on buttered United States according to a the disease Is a. contributing
On Thursday. Jan 26. !!. Ben Loper In the io-s""; 01 :

there. will be a. service for her stepfather, O. F. Daniel _- surface. Spread with hands. report from the :Florida cause. estimates showa
of Blountstown. HELPFUL HINTS: I find State Board of Health.In .
Dale Bradley to take an minimum of! 10 per cent of
ot drinking lots of water flushes reference to the report
Sunday dinner guests
exam to become a licensed WIH''U\' meditate on the children. Although our of middle aged and elderly
) out the One is not Solon Ellmaker president
Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Frli -
ndnlstcr Everyone Is invited I|I (N'ey'al', and what it may schoolhouse at Clay Hill is Res- Americans are probably afflicted -
so apt to have aches or painsor the Tuberculosis and:!
bie were Mr. and Mrs Sandra -
tcr attend at 7:30: p. in. If he i tmnii I look back down! the vacant now we have beautiful Association. and many don't know
of f kidney stones. I hang my piratoiy Disease
I English and family |
passes the exam, ho will be vista 01 yt'ais to see the plan memories.
'Boston Mass., and Mi. and cooking kettles on the wall said that deaths atttlbutedto
ordained into the ministry at 01 Ood much it.The
I still am so very 3M disease Is most prevalent -
I Sochlman und above the stove. I keep the the disease have risen I>
the church on Sunday, Jan. | Dear Lord my thanks for afraid of the highways. butI and rising faster among
family of Pennsylvania. who bottoms clean and they are times In the past 10 years.
29, at 2 p m. :' warmth and shelter do drive where It is necces- is only white males than any other
handy.So The
The New Life Bible Club is are now stationed at Cecil .- -- For the coming/ winter's sary. Tomorrow I have to go Nonwhite females are
i Field with Mr. Friable and we begin another year three fold lor the same per- group.
toning held each( Monday cold. to the beauty
to New Castle affected The lesson for
William H. Edwards Promoted and now I must get the least
all friends when the go
after school at the church. I were Frlsbio family moved hero I Let me not grow narrow because shop. I need gas In my sta- gas and my ticket so t can iod.In Florida an increase of !the sex: and race differenceIn
Please have ;jour boy or girl I live alone and tion over
wagon. may go the disease Is now being
I from Nevada. Y..HVl'nWo1.th.1 go early Thursday morningon ( 11 per cent for the first eight
to bring their Bible William' II Ertwaids. I center illumed at Ff ( ) must grow old. to my son's filling station over the !Intensively Investigated.
the bus. months of 1966
'Sunday School 10 a. m. I We are sorry to hear that I, son of :Mi and :Mrs W Kan. before sri lying over- Keep- me safe and well for pretty soon to get it filled up In 1863 has been The report said a major
Keep Us Father Through same period
Morning Service J I a. m. Michael New some has been Hal Edwards of Klnusley/: I I'aIn/ July 1984 Hi- has received those who love me whomI so I can also go to New Cas- factor contributing to the
Another Year As Thou Hast recorded.
Tralnlnr) Union 6-30 p. m. sick lately.- Lake was promoted to the Anny Commendation love. tle Thursday morning and rise in emphysema
In The Past. Give Us Cour- The larger gains in Floridaare sharp
Preaching' 7:15: p. m. Wed- William Newham was In lieutenant colonel at the U. Medal. Keep me mindful of Thy take the bus to Indianapolis the vast"inmlgl'ation" deaths may be increased air
age And Keep Our Hearts In attributed to
nesdav night/: Midweek Service Gainesville on Monday-: form S. Army Transportation The colonel. who graduated tender care that broods to go to the Veterans Administration In pollut'on'! of industrialized
Thee. In Jesus Name Amen. of persons
ai. 7 '<0. appointment at the Med Command. Camp Zama Japan In 1947 from Bradford above Office. They have Older cities. and cigarette smoking -

A party for the Intermediates ical Center. on January 3, High School in Starke, received My humble dwelling. Give me sent for me. So I shall be Gold bless you everyone. their retirement years.subtect "the most lethal, sourceof
LOVE LURA are more
was held Saturday 2nd Lt. and Mrs. Harry B. Presenting the insignia is his commission strength and courage to go busy this week. age groups disease polluted inhaled aIr."

night .tt 7:30: In tht com- Loper were visiting? his par- his wife June and Major through the Reserve Officers' on. Still enjoy my church and to contract respiratory stated. Thus far medical scence

munlu house with Miss: Ro- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Loper General Lloyd E. Fcllenz. where he received! a bache- Be with me now as Thou Sunday School on Sunday. I''. Reynolds Seeks I Emphysema. the report death totalsdo has found no cure lor emphysema -

mesa Dodd In charge. before going to Otrmany commanding general U. S. lor's degree in 1952. He Is a hast been through all the also go to Bible study and! Backing For not show the entire plc- but research at theJ.

PERSONALS Lt. Loper has been stationedat I Army Japan. member of the Scabbard & years long gone. Prayer Meeting on Wednes- Hlllls Miller Health Center -
Mrs Betty Breeden enteredSt Fort Gordon. Ga. They Col. Edwards li director of :Blade Society and Sigma Alpha My early songs are silent day nights. A family out of Fish Flour Plant and treatment facilitiesin

Vincent's Hospital! In left from Waldo Monday West Pacific movements cen- Epsilon and XI Sigma now. but still my heart can town stops for me and I do covering 1.460 acres. purchased local hospitals in this area

Jacksonville for surgery on night for New Jersey and wll ter at Camp Zama. He entered Pi fraternities. sing.Through. not have to walk In the darkto J. Louis Reynolds. chairman two years ago from the has begun through the use of

TuesdayMrs go by jet to Germany. They the Army In 1952 ar.a was winter days, know- the church. I always walkto of the board of Reyn-I government by Reynolds. It Christmas Seal runrts raised

Midge Dodd recently will be Stationed there three Ing Thou wilt send another church Sunday morning.The olds International and developed as an In Northeast Florida.
I is now being:;;
went to Orlando where her years. Spring. church bell rings. We stockholder; : In Reynolds '
and includes research and
I I II park
father A. R Marvictc was a TIME: TO MAKE GARDEN Bernice C. WorthingtonI have church at 9:30: so I am I :Metal Corporation.. is urging extendinginto Ell-

patient In the hospital. Mr. Everywhere you look now- More Low Income Rural Families read the above poem up early Sunday. Yes at last I the :Florida Congressional 11 the concrete St. Johns piers River. The equipment maker saId.are"but expensive.the supportof

Marvick had surgery and Is nda-.s there is new-plowed every morning these days. life is (good and I have Joy delegation to back his plan would be used for ships projects and

reported doing fine. ground. You know when the Can Qualify For Housing LoansThe which is my constant prayer. In my heart and peace. I for a fish flour plant in piers hauling the fish from the- scholarship medical grants have) stepped -
Mr and Mrs Wayne: Her- I Green Cove Springs accordIng -
farmer gets his ground am used to llvinct alone read my Bible and devotional to findan
Atlantic Ocean. the activity
U. S. Department ofAgrlculture's -Many families who had to Kmp3iysema.
Clvde! Herscj, and : Utilizing information provided answer
Do know fact that I do not have to sing hymns and source.
you say prayers.
Farmers Home to go the long route of 'planning by the Bureau of Com- Ellmaker said that the local -
family Friday afternoon.Mrs Jan. 26 to 29 are barren work so hard. and that I My heart is lifted up.I I The subject of fish flour association is
In Administration is better contracting and building U. S. Department of Interior. tuberculosis
Clyde Hersey was days: ? That Is a goad time to have a deep peace of mind. was so happy over another i has stirred up consderable.
Gainesville Friday undergo- equipped to handle the hous- a house can now buy merclal Fisheries under the now placing as much emp-
kill weeds or any kind of When I lived with someoneI Christmas present from controversy in Washingtonand ,
ing credit needs of low and newly constructed buildings the Revnolds has come hasis as possible on respir-
medical tests. group
plant pests. Feb. 30 and 31 always had a fear that I Florida. Mrs. Edna Thomas elesewhere In the nation.
B. moderate income rural families Before the new- legislation with detailed plan for atory disease and future pro-
2nd Lt and Mrs. Harry up a
are good days for planting might hurt them somehownot of Brooker called me on the Supporters say that its high
Lopei were vistlng with Mr. as a result of legislation these families could only processing! whole fish Into grams in Northeast Florida
beans. SQuash. sweet corn meaning to, by word or telephone to talk. She calls protein content makes it potentially -
Dewitt at recently signed into law according purchase previously occupied flour fish, protein concen should help in educating the
and Mrs\ Heisey or
collards, early potatoes and deed. I also tried: not to be me her Foster Mother. I do a life-saver for the
to Charles H. Little buildings. rmbHoand give patient servIces -
!the Clvde Hersey home on other root crops. That Is alsoa hurt easily but I often hada love her and her lovely chil vorld's starving people. while
Farmers Home Administration -Qualified low -Income .
Saturday good time for sowing broken heart by words that opponents say' the flour might! i Legislation! Is now pendingIn !

Mr and Mrs. Dewitt Her- grains, hay and fodder crops County Supervisor. families can now obtain burned and hurt. I always dren.When at the Veterans contain too much fluoride Congress to authorize the

sey are buying the Clyde Also a good time to plant Little said the Demonstration housing credit from Farmers had a great conscious feel- Hospital in Marion one of and Involves processing the establishment: of one or more

Hersey place and will soon be flower gardens. Cities & Metropolitan Home Administration on a ing that I must live as If the office girls gave me this I entire fish -head, guts and pilot plants for the manufac- THE RIGHT POINT for the

moving here from Gainesville. BOILED COOKIES : Development Act. signed last basis of a cosigner. Previously each day might be my last on recipe for: i all. ture of fish flour 'Approval of the way you write. Come In

Mrs.. Beatrice Ezell and Mrs 2 cups of sugar. H, cup : month makes It by President possible Johnson.for a'' 62, years only those and older rural qualifiedfor persons earth or last for the one I CRACKER JACK -1 cup I The Reynolds property In the Federal Food and be Drug obtained and select your favorite ES
Administration must '
loved and TERBROOK fountain n.
milk % lb. margarine or broader of families to this assistance.The lived with. That brown sugar: 1 cup granu- 'Green Cove Springs Is 30 P
Nettle Tomllnson of Jacksonville range
before the ts
were vlaitnjr their butter 4 tablespoons cocoa. qualify for housing credit new legislation Increases day has come and passed lated sugar' Vt I cup white I miles south of Jacksonville, product TELEGRAPH.
sold for human
mother. Mrs. Willie Hersey. 2'/4 cups quick oats. \\ cup under expand: housing loan from $1.000 to $1,500 over four years ago. I haveno karo: H cup water; 1 table- aId Is a former: Navy stationBUSINESS,I consumption.
regrets- now for I was always -
chopped nuts. 2
teaspoons authorities 01 me Farmers the maximum amount of as- _
on Sunday. -
vanilla and V peanut kind as I knew how to -c ____-__= -' .
cup Home Administration.The sistance the agency can -
Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. butter. be and helpful. I worked

H. F Cloversettle and family 1 new legislation makes make for emergency repairsor hard stayed on the Job was

on Sunday were 2nd Lt. and Cook sugar, milk margarIne more mortgage credit avail- Improvements to( owner- happy and took all the work AREA

Mrs. Larry B. Loper of Foit and Cocoa for 1'4, min able to low and moderate Income occupied rural housing or off of Don I could, so as to DIRECTORY
utes. Start counting when- families by Increasing farm service buildings. This
Gordon. Ga Also vlsltng with make him live long. Now I
the Cloversettle family Sun- mixture has reached a full the level of activity of the credit Is not designed to up- I am glad I did just that.

day was J. D. Clark.. of Law- rolling boll. Remove from agency's' rural housing loan grade a building but only to For here alone I have plentyof I -
heat and add oats nuts.
hazards health
to the
tey.Mr vanilla and peanut 'butter program. remove time to think. To think Air Conijitionlntr-Heatinjj CHAIN SAWS GLASS Office Equipment
and Mrs. Josepn Zelg- Here are some of the other and the safety- of the family now of the many years of
Beat until blended and -
:Tfr of Gainesville, vsited Mr. spoonon changes In the rural housing and the community. work and happiness I have GAINESVILLE Hancock Office
wax and let set awhile
-MuKoWv-B.. Dumpier re- paper loan program administeredby -Rural families on the had and
on this New Year: RUSS PIKER A. & J. Saw --
cently. the local Farmers Home verge of losing their homes day I am thankful for all GLASS CO., INC. EQUIPMENTSznlthCoronaAutborized

We to hea- that t Administration: through fore closure may the
are sorrv fruitful happy years. Authorized Alrtftmp "EVERYTHING IN GLASS"
._-_._------_. I__ save their homes 11 a sound & Mower Co.
My day.: now are so easy I Heating( & Air CondiUt/nlng Store Fronts Mirrors -
basis: can be developed by the never get tlied. I never haveto Joe Anderson. Mgr. Windows Sliding Glass Dealer

Farmers Home Administration work hard I have not a SHEET METAL Doors Tub Enclosure CUry-Victor-ToUIIa
to refinance their debts. Homelite Chain Saw,
worry or a care. I love every- IUldental Commercial 3038 N. E. Waldo Rd. Adding Machine Calculator
-Financial assistance can body and hold no 111 will -industrial SALES & SERVICE! Gainesville 376-2081 SALESSERVICE- RENTALS:

be given to construct rental only love in my heart and Repairs & Parts All Makes SAVE TIME DUcus ,our

housing for low and moder- I thankfulness. I have lived a Sales-Installation.-Service GRAVELY TRACTOB requirements with n* flrcUS2S

t@ ate Income rural families of full life, the best I knew to .1702 N.E. 19th Dr. SALES SERVICE LADIES: WEAR N. Main\ St. OalneavUl

all aRe groups Previously. live as a Chilstian. I have Gainesville 372-0714 Plione 378-5551
rental housing finance by prayed almost constantly 2023 N.E. Blvd. Oainesv lilt t Cherry'sGainesville's

()\ FHA had to be occupied by since a young wife and Phone 372-3588

)@)) BUILT WHERE rural people 62 years: and mother. So at this late date AUTO SALES&SEKV1CE Just Off Waldo Road Address Most For Fashionable Ladles PAINT &: GLASS

older. In my life I have me-
Loans the Farmers
mories. I have forgotten the Liddell Paint &

fpP.1JOTWHERE THE DEVELOPMENT IS I Home Administration are sad or unhappy things whichwe Jeep Jeeps ter THAT ALL YOUR W&BACCESSORIES Glass Co.1CYANIZE
made to Alachua, Bradfordand .
all have I if we live long
There's no shortage of mortgage money when Jim Walter's your builder, i, Clay County applicants' enough and recall only the Family of 4 Wheel Drive CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE ; 7 W University, Gainesville

and! you din't have to build in a development, or near a city, or even on a who Are unable to obtain happy memories, so my life THS: BEST FROM PAINTS

I2' '. Zd .:$.) '' paved road to be eligible for full 100% financing. Jim Walter will build credit they need from private Is one glad song. Only once RAMBLERSALES Edward's Building MOBILE HOMES Glam-Mlrrora-SUdlnr: \ Door*

.a-. ,, S.. a new home almost anywhere for qualified property owners lenders at reasonable rates in awhile now do I weep for Tub EnclosurShowoc Door<

and finance it 100%. You need no cash! and terms. Don and the awful heartacheI AND SERVICE Supply, Inc. MUSTANGMobile -WIndows.AwnhsgCarpet.WallpaperSterefront -

Applications for Farmers once had when he was first
-0- ;:; = __-:__ :;.:..;,, :- : Home Administration rural killed I s gone. For that I am Ridgway Motor Co. 728 S. I\laln-3'72-48 Homes, Inc. Consultation

__ 'housing loans mav be madeat so thankful. I try not to 113 N.W. Sixteenth. 81.

**i the County Office. 412 N. think of myself but think of 1132 S. Main GAINESVILLE. FLA Gainesville's Discount Mobile\ GAINESVILLE 372-8191

; K 16th Avtnue Gainesville I others. So many in this Gainesville 372-8433 I Home Sales Lot.
Florida. 32601.Impact Purchase discounts on. entire
world need love and help. GLASS
I chain guarantee huge savings.
My editor and wife mademe

I Aid Forms so happy Christmas by a !3RASINGTONCtlflLLtCOLDSMOUILE ELECTRIC Ings.
lovely Christmas gift of University Glass
Urged ReturnedParents PACEMAKER
: : things from dear Florida.f' Inc. Motor Repair Co.Of Used Mobile Homes Low
Candy cookies good & Co. Inc.
..,. of students who / pecan SALES & SERVICE Oodneavllle, 100.Repall"lngRewf.nd1ng. Priced.< With approved credit Glazing ,
---- nut meats, homemade Jelly
are employed on federal prop- low as $100 down.
erty or are a member of a and such a box of good Fine Selection of Used Cars MIRRORS
things. I New and Used 4820( N.W. 13th St. 441 North
t I uniformed service are urgedto never buy myself Taken On Cadillac Trades Gainesville. 378-1346 I S AUTO GLASS
candy so I ate the
return the Impact candy
: immediately 2001 N.W. 13th. Itt. 441 WORK GUARANTEED CALL COLLECT
14,1iI ; : : aid queHtlonaira row being first thing I was so hungry Tub Enrlmures Shower
.: Build the Jim Walter 'I for ruo-a: S7S- SOl 1030 S. Main Gainesville
way mailed by the Bradford; sweets. Then those delicious -

'- -. '"' 'd-: '" .it's wise School Board. nut meats. So I was Phone 372-8318 MotorcyclesScootereStreit's Doors Store Fronts
I ,
For student whose made so happy and thank-
It's wise to choose. a builder with a flexible! homebuilding plan which can be mode to fit parents every are employed by the ful. I was well rememberedby CRANELINCOLNMERCURY Farm and Industrial Bicycle: Shop 1319 S. Main Gainesville

your financial requirements Instead of trying to stretch your budget. The unique Jim federal government or belong my stepson and wife In Equipment 376-0931

Walter homeowner's plan Is designed to help you get the home you need while still maintaIning to a service, Bradford schoolsare Ponoa Nebr&ska. They havea : Cuslunan HONDA MOTORCYCLES.& Vespa Scooter .

your budget. You may purchase your new home built to virtually any stage of entitled to $119 in federal new baby boy, named John
Authorized Sales & Service Ducatl-USA-Zundapp TILES: & PAINT
completion from the basic shell home to one 90% complete offering you the opportunity Impact aid funds. Casey estimates Frederick for his great .106 E. University Gainesville Santa Fe Tractor, Motorcycles-Sales & Service

to make big dollar savings by doing all or any part of the Interior finishing that you wish. there are close to 300 grandfather who was the SCHWINN BICYCLES

You may purchase Interior finish materials from Jim Walter and Install them yourself. such students attending the mortician In Ponca in 1886. Phone 37242l.Crane's Inc. Locksmith & Safe Work FLINTKOTE THJ

purchase them Installed by Jim Walter. or make your own arrangements for Interior com county's schools at present. Then my own son and wife 818 W. University Ave. Vinyl-Tin)'1 AsbeNto AwpJuJt"

pletion. It's up to you. Whether you choose the basic shell home or one 90% complete, you That would mean an addl and grandchildren perfumeand ImportsVolvo FORD Ralnnvtlle 376-77(1
can b. sure of getting the lowest tlonal $33,700 per year In sweaters. So many nice Floor Finishing Products
top quality at possible price. It's what expect when
you Farm Tractors
federal funds for which Brad things. I find as one grows (Mercedes-Bens) & Implements
build the Jim Walter
you way.Weekends j Ford Industrial CYCLERAMAMotorcycles (CARPET
ford's school system could older my wants are few. FIAT-Hn.I..J.1AN Equipment

But the School
qualify. Board Here alone I think of Flor- WALLPAPER
Iho RETREAT fh. LESURI must verify the presu.ce of .2201) N. Main Gainesville
ida and my teaching days at SALES PART SERVICE
Vatatlons? "Refirem'nt I A-4' .I.Ij7on' the families in the county, and Clay Hill. How much I loved Phone 372-4373 PICK UP &: DELIVERY YAMAHA Tenney Tile & Paint

''wait until gust ytor* thus the parent-pupil survey' my children and the people 44S8 N.W. Sixth Gainesville B II W -

100% financing Ii now cvaifabfaon r> being conducted. and the ambition I had that SALES F.R.VICEAOCESSOIUES 3223 N.W. 6th tit.
The I Goln avllle 378-1303
superintendent the
Phone 3T6-2M8:
Jim Watlit'i tcmpltH lint at they be .
_ grow up to he<hy. Heauty Academy
county also foe eligiblefor
may 813 W. University. Gainesville'
happily married children.
SECOND HOME COTTAGES/ $:)10 per child for construction i GARDEN SUPPLIES 378-3811 TRAVEL
That they have a church not
of new buildings If so,
far from the schoolhouse.Now .

________________________________ CaJt. Write or Com by Today. $162.000 that would which mean an would additional be the prayer has been answered I POWELL'S MOVERS House of Travel,

ST enough to construct 12-class I saw so many: of Johnson & Fans, Inc.

JIM WALTER CORPORATION \' room unit of a new high them when I was down there Beauty Academy Long Distance Moving INC.

school. last year and:! their beautifulat Complete Line of Local Drayage AtRLtNESr
_ _ _ I wouTd I tilt, to mow mor about your buildInG and |I Learn a Professlom In Your Storage Packing !
.. .. Under the federal impact aid !! EEDSI'LANTSInae.etlclde.Fet Crating STEAMSmPIII.
financing plan. Plvattt' Mnd m o fr catalog. I am Spare Time. Full or Put Time R.t!
UPIN ON SUNOAC Int.r.it'.d In a*.. I| program grants are made to 8upp'esFERIILEZEES Shipping
Q Horn n Cottaa. school districts. like Bradford, the Naval Air Station a D.\Y &: EVENING CLASSESLow FREE ESTIMATES CALL notch! Car Rental l !
JACKSONVILLE FLA. 32205 post office, federal courthouse No Charge For Our Service!
for assisting in the and
I or National Guard employees. We Rent Fertilizer Spreader Weekdays. 8:30 0:00
3281 West Beaver Street ADDRESS In constructing new buildingsif Tuition Terms : to

P. O. IJox 6248 activities of the Federal Parents qualifying bat, not 224 N.W. 8th Av.. & Storage Inc. (fa&. 9 to 12.
CITYTtfophan -STATE. receiving a form in the mallar 219 N.W. 10th Ave. ,

Phone: 3S8-15S5 _ J Government have caused an urged to call the School PHONE 372-0471 8540 N.E. Waldo< Rd. S4J3 W. Aft.
impact greater than the normal University
I My properly, l Is located '- County Board office In the courthouse GainesvIlle 378-2766 0&ineavt11e. PL I Gainesville 372-4271 O&lneavllle
\ I growth. Examples wouldb
\ 969-1211.
L. 3'781801'P'
----- parents are employed ,

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fense of both teams clicked. with S points each I parents, Mr and Mr.. B. L. I Info: worship service and! J. I the Graham Baptist Church and other relative.'
I After the first 7 minutes, the Scoring: Wllklson. and other membersof I T. Bradley brought the evening Rev. Rex Bake!'., ta back. with Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Starling -
RECREATION NEWS score was 75. Bradford Bar- Baldwin: Mayton 16./ Chas- the family during: the I message. GRAHAM us after being 111. He and have ti new addition to
bers used the run and shoot teen 1. Hamilton' Scoggins week. Bennie and Tammie PERSONALS Mrs. Baker were out visiting their famlt, We're not surer
game to surge ahead, leading 26 Onann 5, Warren 4 Wilkison of Jacksonville I Jimmy Bradley and Mrs John Spencer last week. They live In Key- whether it's a boy or girl but
POVt DERI'UFF LEAGUE t<-am honors with 23 points. Hampton 21-13: at the half. Waters 3. spent the weekend with: their daughters of Jacksonville! stone Height!). congratulations. anyway. The

Tuesday, Jan. 17: Mary Jane D.;es contributed In the fnal half. Hampton Hurst: Jackson 4, Williams grandparents. wee: Saturday guests. of Mrs.J. Miss Sharon Cain of proud grandparents are M:.
Sbarke Builders Supply defeated 10 as Starke Builders jumped made a determined come- 3, O-ilpin 2, Thomas 5, Rho- Mr. and Mrs. Mansell Ayer M Bradley. Mrs. Alice Robinson was Galne.svUle was visiting here and Mrs. Ray Starling.
Holiday Inn 38-28 In off to an 18-12 halftime'' back and managed to tie the den 3. of Starke and Mr. end Mrs. Robert Kelson of Starke quite surprised Sunday: when Sunday with Bro. Richard
the opening game of the 1967 lead.:! Jane Crosby was high score late In the period. But Standings [won-lostl]: :Baldwin Richard Carter were visiting and Mike Waters of Lawtey she was honored' with a
season. Sheryl Ward led I scorer for Holiday Inn with once again, the final three 2-0: Terwlllegar. 1-1: Cedar Key on Sunday. were Sunday dinner guests of I'I birthday party given by her --
12 points Mary Pattersonhad minutes were the deciding Hurst 1-1: Wall 0-2. Charles Carter who has Phil Elder and family.Mr. two daughters. Mra Hazel
6, Sehlla Taylor 6. and factor of the game. Schedule Jan. 26: Terwll- been speding a, 30-day leave and Mrs. Gradjr Bishop Thomas and Mrs. Katherine i'
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
See \ \ Kelly Richards:! 4. John Wlllliams paced thewinners' leaar vs Hurst, 7 p. m. Wall with his mother, Mrs Lois visited Mrs. Charity Oils-,, Dyal. There: were about 50,
thelft Williams Jewelry defeated attack picking up vs Baldwin. 8:15: p. m. Carter, his sisters and broth' son of McRae last Sunday. I present and she received I
"Best of Everything; Conner Insurance 26-25 in a 13 points. Larry Hlngle scor- BANTAM: LEAGUE ers-in-law Mr. and Mrs. The E. M. Norton family many useful gifts. She wall
game that was In doubt till ed 11 to lead Hampton. Saturday. Jan. :21 Leon Starling and Mr and visited Mr. and; Mrs. Richard 64 years young. She has been KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-PHONE 473-3176
of the 1 'x the end. Sharon Howell was Scoring: In the first game of the Mrs. George Shuford and Macheda and daughter 'and on the sick \list and we wish
: high for Williams with 14 Bradford Barbers: John season Carp's edged past other relatives, has turned Mrs. Trudy; Norton of Jack- her a speedy recovery I
ffffl3Tampa I points, followed by Cheryl Williams 13 I* Williams! 8. Andrews Drugs 2115. Char> to Camp Pendleton In Cali sonville last Sunday afternoon Mrs. Thelma Dyal ]Is'I Rental Services
'Godwin with 8. and Donna H. Bishop 7, O. Falcon 3. C. les Wright led Carp's wth 12 fornia. home after a stay in Alachua I
Tllte": with 4. Jan Ritch had Moore 6, B. Anders 2. points followed by Bernard Mrs. George Roberts visited Mrs. Leonard Moore and General Hospital in Gaines HOSPITAL, BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS
I 13 and Susan Scogglns 12 Hampton: T. Paladin0.. Brown with 4, Jimmy Ricks relatives in Delanj: and Mrs. David Cottle visited Edgar ville after injuring her handin
1t8jl for Conner. C. Osteen 6. M. Frlck. 3. Hall 3, and! Ronald Johns 2. Ricky Mount Dora through the Cottle and family of an accident. CRUTCHES

: Schedule: 2. L. IIIngle 11, Terrell 2. Bennett scored all but 2 of weekend.Mr. Woodbine. GA. fait; weekend. Aunt Debbie Hall is out of
,r Friday Jan. 25": :Holiday Standings I won-lost] : Garden his team's total, bagging 13 and Mrs. Donald Ben- Mr. Cottle is ill bid has 'been the hospital and has gone to .

Inn vs Conner 4 p. n.. 2-0; Bradford Barbers, points. Kent Graudon scored nett visited Mrs. Bennett's confined: to bed for a few the; home of her daughter..
I Tuesday Jan. 31: Starke 2-0: National Guard. 0-2: the other 2. sister Marian Page, in Jacksonville weeks. Mrs. Doris Atkinson In Savannah GLASS That's Our Business
Builders vs Conner, 4 p. m. Hampton 02. Curing the' week. The Maxie Carters Sr. had Oa.
I All !ramps played in BUS In the second game, Kocn's Mr. and !Mrs. J. D. Clark ns Sunday supper guests Mrs. Mr. and Mra. Richard
a/J Schedule for Feburary 1: "If It's Glass !We Dan It"
Iym. Garden vs Hampton 7 p. m. Drug after! being behind for and daughter Shirley were Jewell] Faulk and daughter Starling have 'purchased a -
; :MEN'S CITY LEAGUE: Bradford Barbers vs National 3 quarters rallied in the 4th visiting Mrs. Perry Newsom Marian of Jacksonville. new trailer and have movedit CALL WRITE or VISIT

1 Wednesday:! Jan. 18: Guard:: 8pm.SF.NIOR period to defeat Gem Jewelry: In Starke Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy on the BeBee place. FOR ANY GLASS NEED
i Garden Restaurant claimed '- BOYS LEAGUE 22-15. James Williams led Vernon Duck left for Crawford of Lawtey Mrs We were sorry to lose our
Its second victory In as Koch's with 12 David l Alvarez training with the CoastGuard Ollsson of Starke and the J. god:! neighbors. Mr and Mrs. We Design Modern Store Fronts
Feb. 718For many starts with a 52-16 win Terwlllegar Thursday Jan.Motors 19: evened had 5. Eddie!: :et lock-, at Cape: May N. J. B. Crawford attended an all-, Wince Brown, who have Just Mall\ Us A Pattern For
over National Guard. It wasa Jimmy Davis 2, and:! Michael last Saturday. night preaching service at 'I. moved to Fairbanks.
all ticket Information and their record at 1-1 bv defeating Table TopsSHEA'S
free Mrs. >>
1. Flynn high Mr. and
no competitive contest Oissy Gray was Visiting Kingsland Oa. last Friday. Mr ad Mrs. Earnest Or-
order form,writ Tickets Florida H. C. Wall 30-23 in
Stats' Fair P. O. Box) 1231 or from the start but one thing that close all the a for "Gem with 12 points, even George Prlvett during: the Mrs. Warren Ebllnsr and : tagus and Mr. and Mrt\ EarlStalling
phone 253-8811 or 223-2156. was obvious -the Guardsmen game was though fouling out in the weekend were Mrs. Frlvett's daughters visited Mr. and of Jacksonville were
disregarded the. score the way. The score at half- 3rd period. Dale Johns had: 2 mother Mrs. Charlie Bowen Mrs. Clinton Barton of Key- visiting! Mrs. Kate Starting GLASS CO.
V time 16-13, in favor of
Pirate tnve.l.nNbn.ry was
'''V 13: and "had a ball." Garden points and Willie Doxter had and her brother and sister- stone Heights last Sunday:: Sunday.
Iv MI. Sunflavor i.ouly Cont.4February held a 31-11 halftlm3 lead Terwlllegar. Harry Hatcherled 1 to round out the scoring in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Howard .afternoon. We were sorry to krlow 4th PI. Gainesville
his Mustangs with 9 1313 N.W. Fla. Phone FR2-4353:
In .I p.m i.mMinail. MlKay AudaxienlWrou 2 p.m.final. and came back In the second followed for Gem. Bowen, of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Crawford little Jack Lefevers cut his
points closely by
Addle half to pick up 31 more Schedule for Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and sons visited Jack hand on barbea wIre' rind
Joey Reese and Joe Kauff-
Salulo MutU Jan. 28: Oem vs Andrews the weekend with Rev. Crawford of last
t. Country points while limiting the spent Lawtey had to have stitches.Mr. -
With Yo RI" Bobby lord man wth 6 each. Ken Scott
Slab Wool.y, 0.1 R....and e Guard:! to 5. Mike Sexton ledGarden's I 9 a. m. Carp's vs Koch's :10a. and Mrs. O. J. Raulerson in Sunday afternoon. Mr. Crawford and Mrs. L. E. Ratlift r
high with 8 for Wall.
Two port Showy ewh.n.6,30, P.bruary and 8.30 11.p,tn* assault with 16 Scoring: m.JUNIOR. Orlando. is ill and has been confined had two of their grandsons.! : Serving Florida
yf RCA Champlonihlo Radio points while R. Thomas had Sunday visitors of Mr. and to bed for a while.. Colen J... and l David Ratllff
A F.bruary lo, '17. 1'a 11 for the Guard. Terwlllegar: H. Hatcher 9, LEAGUE Mrs. Priest and family were Reese Bradley of Jacksonville of Gainesville over the week- Since 1959Airs.
4 Thor City Illumlnatad, Night( 'Forail*, Scoring: J. Reese 6, R. Tomlinson 4, Southern Discount' raced to Mr. and, Mrs. E. W. Williams visited his mother! Mrs.J. .

Nk 1.6.16 Hurrlcana,a H.ll pm.Dr'.... Garden: T. Strickland 6, M. W. Blankenship 4, J. Kauff- a 49-26 win over Chamberof and son Don of Wellborn and M. Bradley, Sunday: after end.Mr.. and Mrs. Billy Broughton 8 8..
"" r.bruory IO,U,,13:, 'U,IS Sexton 16. T. Malloy 9, R. man 6, T. t. ons 1. Commerce. The game 'was Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Alander of Jacksonville visited .. .
IMCA Wfnt.r. Notional Sprint' '/ Thomas: 11. B. Alford 2, W. Wall: E. Loper 3, R. Ed- never in doubt after South- of Lake City. noon.Mr.. and Mrs. William Anderson his parents, Mr. and Mrs. -- -- ....--- --
Aula fobruary'Ra. ',II,13,IS,18 t // Stilcklana: 8. Allredy 10. wards 4. M. Sanderson 4, R,, ern Jumped off to a 23-15 Mrs. John Morris spent r> of Jacksonville were Carl Broughton, Sunday.: \ Carolyn}
e Joyner 4, K. Scott 8. halftime lead then poured It with Mr. Morris at afternoon' of ; Cordially
,BMP Dairy. Cattlo Showy t / National Guard: O. Sumner Sunday Thursday guests Mrs. Bessie Wasdln has Eaves
y Parad. ,Sain > on in the second half to win Ft. Stewart, Ga. the Maxie Carters Sr.
4 W. T. Smith 8, S. been sick but is somewhat
V 'u.... rarm.il,4-H Club.Adlvltl.[ I Moody 1. Griggs 3. After a 14-7 first Quarter, their opening game of the Bill Wainwright of Atlan- Sunday afternoon guests: of better at this writing. She RepresentativeI II WelcomesPh.

plti- 7 7 Baldwin Chevrolet almostran season. I i I ta visited his parents, Mr. the E. O. Elders were,' Mr. had guests Saturday, her son Ph. 901-1211 '
\ / Bradford Barber Shop collected Hurst Shell out ofl the Jimmy Temple led Discount and Mrs. T. W. Walnwrluht. and Mrs. Kenneth Elder and Arnold of Jacksonville and I 122 N. Hay St. and Your
!SEtt o4SENt Its second win in as gym by a whoppng score of with 13 points, followed 'over the weekend. Mr. and son of Jacksonville.Mrs. her daughter and family. Mr Starke Family to Your
many starts bv knocking m off 56-19. Led by Williams Scog by Larry McLeod with 9. Mrs. Maurice Langford of E. M. Norton and and Mrs. A. T. Andrews of New Home
a game Hampton team 39 to gins with 26 points, and An- Jimmy Crosby 8, Rhymer Lake Butler were Sunday daughter attended the funeral Gainesville.!
33. The previous week had dy Mayton with 16, Baldwin I Howell 7, Mark Oraudon 7, visitors of a cousin Mrs. Ellen Rev. and Mrs Ed Spencer ,
seen the Hampton Fixe dropa rushed to a 27-11 halftime Richard Chambers 3. and Hemmlngway, in Jacksonville! spent the day with ,her The/ State of: FloridaIt

hard:! one to Garden, 50-41. lead.:! In the second. Baldwin Mike Rhoden 2. Ricky Frick Friday. mother, Mrs. Minnie Canuppof Feel and
and another to the barbersby scored 29, while holding and David Lasslter led CC KINGSLEY LAKEMrs. Sunday guests of the O. W. Jacksonville last Thurs- la Our Desire To Make Yoo Welcome
3933. Hurst Shell to 4 points. David with 8 points each, followedby Browns were Mrs. Marga- To Acquaint You With 'Your City.If .

This started out as a very Williams and Larry Benjy Moxley with 6, E. M. Norton rette Ann Peeler and daughter day.We are sorry John McKinney '
Thomas were high for Hurst Doug Brown 3, and Davis of Mandarin\ and Nor-
low scoring game as the de- Is sick and has been con- you are new in the area, a phone
Savage 1.Register. Phone 533-2081 man Rlgtfon of Jacksonvlle. fined in a Gainesville hos
Mrs. Sadie Elder and pital. call will bring you a prompt visit

'Even the ash tray rides an 18-7 011 halftime jumped lead off and to CHURCH Kingsley!SCHEDULES' Lake Baptist Johnny Smiths Lott of Bayless visited the Highway F. O. sick Mrs.list Altha We surely Dyal is hope on she the I from your local hostess. Please KiTe :

held on in the last two per- afternoon
Sunday School, 9:43: a. m. Sunday gets to feeling better soon. I her a call I She has maps and many.
iods to win their first gameof Leonard
Mr and Mrs.
Morning Worship 11 a. m. Mr and:! Mrs. Richard ,
I the season 2819. Lonnle Training Union 6:15: p. m. I Moore and daughter, and Canton of Vienna W Va. are free and wonderful gifts for :roe
smoother in Chevrolets Olive led Register with 12 Evening Worship, 7:30.: Midweek Mrs. David Cottle attendedthe down here visiting her mother I II
points. followed by Ross Prayer Service 7:30: funeral of Rufus Bennettin Mrs Daisy Parrlsh. from local businesses.
Chandler with 6. Keith Jacksonville last
Practice, Friday ,
Wednesday. Choir We are glad the pastor of
Thomas 4, John Ramsel 4.
8:30.: Rev. Jim Rlgdon,
When you're down at your dealer's trying out a new Chevrolet, be sure and Kenny Chitty 2. Keith pastor.
Patray and Billy Myrick were I
you pullout the ash tray.Notice how nice and easy it glides, never hangingup high for Winkler with 5 Beulah Baptist: Sunday I
School, 10 a. m. Morning
or even scraping. The reason Is, it rides on ball bearings. Four shiny points each. David McRae Worship 11 a. m. Training .
had David Kirkland 2,
little ball bearings. (Take the tray all the way out and you'll( see them.) Freddie 4. Graudon 2. and Union 6:30.: Evening Worship -
Midweek Prayer
You say you don't even smoke?Then look at it this way.That I Johnnie Powell 1. :
Service, 7:30: Wednesday. -

:ash tray is a symbol of the way we make cars: : Paying extra |[ GM- ] Jan.Schedule 28: Elks for Club vs Saturday Winkler -,, Rev. "R. L. Taggart astor.Men' I OTICE

attention to the little things as well as the big ones, as a way I 11 a. m.; Southern Discount Day Kingsley ObwrvanceThe Lake Baptst I
"""" -
'67 Chevrolet gives vs Register!\ Oil, 12 observed All Men's
of making extra sure your you Church
noon. Day last Sunday with an AllMen's ,
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Choir and lawmen

Participation was very bringing the message! E. M '
that sure feeliniCHEVROLET good this week and the girls Norton spoke for the morn- I ,
enjoyed a good practice
garre We still need] a few TO STARKE EXCHANGE
more participants to form a STARKEBUSINESS
CHEVROLET four-team league. Teams

haven't been officially form

+ ..' ed, so If anyone is irterestedIn SUBSCRIBERSNew
ItT playing come to the BHS

gr.m: on Monday nights at 7 DIRECTORY
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CIIURCII ACTIVITIES Phone 969-2964 Will Be Placed In Operation '''t
Grace Methodist Sim-. So./ Walnut !Starke; .

day School 9:45: a. m. Worship II :
11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m

Prayer Circle, Monday. 9 a., AUTO SERVICE.+ Early Sunday Morning .
I m. Junior MYF. 8 p. m. .
Wednesday, followed by choir Gilbert S. Brown

I I II practice and Senior MVt"' < Standard Oil servfcb!! "Sfatloo! /
The WSCS met Tuesday ATLAS February 5
week at the .
night of last TIRES & BA TTf.ftIESBud..e& :
home of Mrs. Ernest Bailey Term*-Road Service
First Baptist Sunday
Phone 964-7971/
I we' A ar School 10 a. m.. Won hip 11 107 N. Temple Starke .
a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Training
Union 6:30.: Midweek services\ HURST'S4HELL

Wednesday 7:30: p. Vn. ,,. ,, r >I

nn School Church 10 of a. Ood m. Worship- Sunday! !11 Service Station New Numbers \Will Be Mailed Out Wednesday

11 a. m. and 7:00: pi n., YPE Gall Oils LubrlcftlonGftodjear ,

.- p J services Wednesday Highland Friday Bartlst 7:30.:: 7:30.: -Prayer Sun 301 ROAD and Tires 100 SERVICE! &- Batteries Starke ,I Feb. 1 1-- Be Sure To Watch For Your Letter

x t gy day School 9:45: a. m. Wor- < -
ship 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m., DRAG LINE WORK"UNDERWATER
Of Instructions.
Choir Practice 6:30: p. m.,
Prayer services Wednesday::
7:30: p. m. WEED CUTTINGALL .

Rev, James Walker may be TYPES I -
heard each Sunday at 1:30p. : Drag Lint Work
m., 1320 on your dial. J. C. GARDNER.

her PERSONALS Mrs. Joyce father-in-law Futrh" vL'Ilted'Silas ,METAL Phone WORK 964-0074 INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE (J

Futch. in Jacksonville on THOMPSONSheet

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and Mrs. J. C. Tye and ,
Pam spent Saturday evening
with Mr. and Mrs. P. I* Rob- -AH Types Metal Work- OF FLORIDATHURSDAY
BALDWIN CHEVROLET Inc. erta and family in Jackson Heat & Air Cond.

vllle. Systems InstalledRd.

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I STARKR. FIX>RII>.\. THURSDAY JAN. 26. 1867 _ _ _ _ _


chell, and;! Mrs. L. C. Stup Indians Back At


Last Thursday thj ladies
fly Jim Fox: By Sally RothhammerAAAA (Lake Santa Fe)
of the Woman's Golf Association

Please Phone In Your Items: tR'OIU.N'S held their second .....&....& AAA AAJkA AAj EASTERN STAR Mrs. J..;K F. Miller Sr. ,With Three Straight WinsThe

match in the "team play Initiation ceremonies! for .............................................,
I nine-hole tournament This Duplicate. Bridge wlnneis -
match resulted in a last week: 1st place Mrs. candidates for membershipwere As I sit down to my type- Keystone Indians con conference .
\\ CLUB NEWS mont Program] projects The second held at the regular easy victory as points, while D. O'Steen aCcounted
On Friday afternoon: Jan. Jr Woman's Club donated tie for first place betweenthe Roland Bryan and Mrs. J. 1'. meeting of Eastein Star wilter this week, I come witha tinued their winning streak: they took Branford 60-31 fur 15 Kite and
and the Nick- Vose. 2nd place-Mrs.! Paley tear in my eye: but witha by defeating Crescent City last Friday, there
20. the Senior Woman's Club and planted azalea& under Sanders Chapter 279 on January 1 17 I Hughes were high point! men/
sponsored an Arbor Day pio- the direction of Mrs. Steve lauses, with each team: having Boyd and Mrs Iva Hlllyer. by Worthy Matron Dorothy deep breath and then a 62-36 Tuesday night Tom Hewitt and Moon started for Hawthorne with t4 each...

ram at Azalea Park, as one Moore and Mrs. Owen Baker 12 points. The Sneads Tied for Third Mrs. Jay Koons Worthy Patron Floyd sigh. I use the column this my Tiiest led the victorious the Indians off on the; right The JV game, interruptedby
8 and thd Palmers Livingston and Mrs. Ray week, to bid you all adieu fora Indians to their fourth track In the first
of their CIP I Civic Improve- and the Boy Scout did a points I Koons and Associate Patron quarter by an electricity outage of
share of the woik. as of yet, have not iccei- Starnes; Mrs Robert Clare Hector Ownbey. while. I have tried not I to straight win with 20 points scoring 8 points each, They approximately one hour was

The program began with: ved any points This tournament and Mrs Tcmnsend Dent. A special. courtesy was : miss you all many times i In Moon and, Hewitt were also then continued the attack concluded with reduced
the advance of the Color will be completed to Mrs Sarah ParrLsh is visIting honoring "sldeliners presented the past two years, but right In the double figures with 11 with 6 points each in the quarters, and was won by
several fays with her now my health is kind of points each. second and 4 '
points each In Hawthorne, 31-21.
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS Guard:! of Boy Scout Troop day.On [faithful members) nnd the!
105. which was composed of Friday of ]last week. It daughter and son-in-law. Mr, chairmen of special softly telling me to go slow The JV's won the preliminary the third quarter for a total Ke}stone girls tookhardfought a

Scouts Johnnie Warren. members of the Ke;' stone and Mrs. O. H Roberson of tes who have commit-I I count myself among the 3427.Individual of 18 points each. Tommy game, 48-38

Mike Wrinkle Doug Season, WOA -weie guests of the ladles Melbourne.We successively in behalf of lucky to have found such a statistics- Moon. Trlest was also in Lbs doublefigures Score by quarters:
Ricky Warren and Senior of the Lake City Gob welcome MI', and Mrs, activities. fine successor Mike ChILL: 4-3-11 : S. Brokns, 3-1-7; O'- with 12 points Scott Keystone: 14 15 12 2061

Patrol Leader. Marshall Gal and Country Club, for tho A. B. Courtney and iamlly to chapter A social hour followed I in Mike Is the son of Mr. and Steen. 3-2-8: Tiiest 9-2-20: Ware was top man foi' the Hawthorne; 9 11 11 14--45*
monthly golf-a-round. Seven our fair city Mr Courtney I Iretired is Mrs. James Chltty. He attended Hewitt. 4-3-11; M. Brokas, losers with 9 points.!
the hall] with Mr.
lop.Mrs. surrounding: from the Army and is Dupont Orthopedic i 2-1-5 The JV's
David Nelson, President clubs in the and Mrs Clyde Mitchell and were given a free
of the Sr.Woman's area have members l participating now employed with Spcrry Mrs. Millie Muhlhofer as School in Jacksonville for i Score by quarters: win as the Bianfoid coach, SCIIKDULE

MELROSE Club, led the salute to the in this monthly affair, Rand In Gainesville.: They hosts. Out of state visitors several years prior to graduating I Kevstone: 10 12 13 27-62 for undisclosed reasons substituted Of' SERVICES:
flair. welcomed sucfcts and The ladies are divided into have three sons, Curt 14 from BUS last June' Crescent City: 10 8 9-30I early and left the
Mr. Royal
gave a short talk on CIP groups A. Band C. Three years Chris 10'4. and Phillip Shultls were of Sun and Prairie, Wls. along with his brother, Way;I 136 subs In, and Keystone's 1 PARKof

BUSINESS Mrs. Nelson explained that members from our club 8, all who( are attending Melrose and Mr. and Mrs. Christian no, Mike's sense of humor I Is Keystone meets Trenton* Juniors were able to overcome -I' the

this Is not merely a local placed in the competition. In High School. Their first Olson of Brooklyn. N. Y. quite keen and a more bril again Friday in a conference a 17-7 deficit III the

program but, Instead. Is a the A (group Freda Wyman house guest is Mr. Co rtney's The Grand Treasurer. liant mind you have never !game at Trenton. In their first half 'by winning 2 -27,1 PALMS

DIRECTORY statewide project of the Florida was winner of the low-net mother.irs.: Susanna. Courtney Mar Laura Johnson, of encountered. He is q.ilte Interested initial encounter, Keystonewas The girls rebounded from :

Federation of Woman!! award. Louise Gallop had of Tampn She will be Galneavlk, will be the honored in journalism and the victor, but Tien ton their recent loss to Green SUNDAYS
Clubs, low gross In group B, and visiting! for several da>s. state officer at the February who know*-. Just from this has made steady Improve- Cove by winning 51-24. 11 :00( A.M. 7:30:: PM.\
Auto Sales & Service Mrs. Nelson thanked the Zee Tolles won second low Mr and !Mrs. Ernest Craw meeting.HOMEMAKER. beginning, we may all someday ment in subsequent gumoa.Conference Score by quarters: THURSDAYS
this ford's guests over the weekend get to say "We knew Win Keystone 18 18 18 6-60
net In group. :
fire department and local : CLUBThe 7:30: P.M.: (
merchants, who were so Following this nine-hole were their daughter' and: of this former him WHEN I At any rate, The Indans gained another Branford: 4 10 6 11-31
FarVOLKSWAGEN husband. Mr. and Mrs Luke name Mlko will be doing this writing FUNDAMENTALlUKLG
Service & Parts tournament, the ladies met Hack At Top ,
helpful In caring[ for the Home Demonstration/ Club, I
for Wilson and family of Gain from now on For thoseof TEACHING
In the country i a Keystone regained Us position -
crepe myrtle and:! as voted by the membership,
'IT It's For A Volkswagen laurel trees! which the Senior luncheon and business meet esville. Another weekend Is the Keystone Heights you who do not know Evening Prnyer 7:30: P. M at the top of th" area ': All Services Held In The
We Have It." Club planted last guest was their friends, Mr Mike personally. this may: each Sunday. EYe 60: P. M Class C teams by defeating!
year.Mrs. Community Club. The regu
Arwya Plenty of Good T7s d Steve Moore president ing.The annual Husband and and Mrs. Lewis Brewer of lar meeting 18 come as a surprise that t he each Sunday. Hawthorne 61-45 Saturday Congenial Atmosphere

Volkswagens In Stock of the Jr. Woman's Wife Tournament was held West Memphis, Ark Last was held in on Clay January Electric: has always been confined to Dally offices of :Morning nght in Hawthorne. S Bro-' Of The Lounge.
Green Cove Splines, 284-9209 week's guests of the Craw- a wheel chair caused from m a led the Indians with
Club, thanked the Episcopal last Sunday at the Keystone Conference room with 18 of and Evening Prayer, 8:00: A kas 25 I
Church and the Boy Scouts Golf & Country Club. Mr, ford's was their frlenas.; Mr, the 22 enrolled members pre birth defect. This samede M. and 5:00: P. M.
AUTO SERVI6E for their assistance. and Mrs. Alex Brokas won and Mrs. Jimmy Mann. of sent. Mrs. Mildred Payton fect left him with an aggravating
Marian Ark speech Impediment, so I Lutheran
low net of
first place with a
Mrs. Belle chair-
Dempsey. office
assumed the
Mrs. R M. Stilckland, and do not mine, his I Lutheran Church of Keystone
I tie ,,1f you
KING'S 31. There was a four-way
man of Cl?. Introduced Mrs. for the first time. and GET THOSE
Libby Steven. "Cricket" plans Lido Heights; Vicar Richard
for second place with low net three children, mother
Service Station Sara McDonald sub-chair- and Britt of Palatka visited Mrs. Helen! Eaani presented a his calling each week and Meyer, minister; It' O Copeland UNPAID BILLS :
of 32.
man who spoke on the! club'splans workshop program on InterIor
USED CARS AT for additional shrubbery There was a play-off between with her parents. Mr. and "get the facts, mam" Both organist. -
Mr and Mrs. Whit Mrs C. P. Perry last Saturday dccoiatlng.Friends are worried that they da. not Divine worship Sunday 11a. OFF YOUR :.... < { /
BARGAIN PRICES to be planted In Azalea Invited to meet
Fremont are know each of you, but I told m. Holy Communion 2nd .
Whyman, Mr. and Mrs. BACK WITHABANKLOAN '
third! Ii /
ELECTRICAND with the club on the
Park.Mrs. Tolles Mr and Mrs. Rev' WJlllam Poppcll and them it is not necessary for Sunday of each month. .-..
McDonald Introduced of each month at \
ACETVLCNS: Mayor Al Nelson who gave ton Ru.shton and Mr. and Major L. MaGee will attend Wednesday you have always been most Services held each Sundayat =
WELDING Inlorma- Mrs. Jim Chesslngton. Results the Convention at the; St 9:30.: kind and generous In sharng I St. Anne's Episcopal
an Interesting and CRYSTAL LAKE CLUB
MELROSE: 470-tlSl Church, Heights.Fla. .
John's Cathedral in Jacksonville experiences with me so
tlve talk on the origin! of Ar- were as follows: President J. L. Hughes has your ,
bor Day and how Importanttrees Tolles placed second for the this week. Rev. Poppellwill announced a special meetingof that our readers could enjoy Kills, bills, bills everywhere! If that's your prob-

BEAUTY SHOP were in the develop- tournament the Ri-shtons be there Tuesday. Wed- the Crystal Lake Civic them also. I beg of you to -CatholinSt. lem, don't despair. A low-coHt loan from us can

ment of our nation, for manufacturing came in third place; and the nesday and Thursdav. Major Club for Sunday Feb. 12. be as generous with Mike WIlUam's -Fr, EdwardA. get rid of a big load of bills and keep your credit

KEYSTONEBEAUTY preventing soil Chessingtons received fouithplace MaGee will attend Wednesday The business will be largelyto and Cricket. Mike he does wantsto not Kirby,, priest In charge. standing tops. We loan money on your signatureif

SHOP erosion, and transforming honors. TheIlnners hear reports of the various promise how long Mrs. E. A. Lamm organist you're regularly employed.
Dr. and Mrs. Cecil Hook'sguests write and I do noi promise -
barren lands into homesteads received committees and promote ef- Sunday Mass -7:30: a. m.
Edith Johnson. Ownsr during the early days!! as a remembrance of last Tuesday all the foits for road improvements.All how long I want to rest Wednesday Mass6 p. m. And remember, bank loans cost less can be
Personal Jacksonville that have a
', of our country's history. the occasion. Palmetto Circle of residents of the Crystal so we considered Monday Miraculous Me- repaid in easy installments sized to your income.
it.: Creativeflafr took a tour agreement between -
Two cedar'trees were dedicated Mrs. SYlvia O'Connor, of They Lake area are Invited to join pretty good dal Novena, 7 p. m. Inquiry
Styling Gainesville and John Du- through the Hook's Nursery us1' ... ..
as memorials. Mrs. David this which was organized class 6:15: p. m.
IndlvMiul Beauty' VaN Prlest!! won the side tournament Dr. Hook gave a talk on group So let me say goodbye for
Confessions Before
Nelson dedicated a tree for promote civic Improvement : Mass
Every Form of Beauty Culture to the Chrysanthemum great big t "hello"and KEYSTONE STATE BANK
Pruning and
which was,given by Mrs. An- with a low net of 27. boating safety, now a on Wednesday and
Open Tnes.-Sat. ; Garden Club at Mrs "Welcome Mikel"Community !
ne Tullls. In memory of Mr. Following the completionof better police protection and Holy Day Mass-7 BUnda//
Cloned Monday 473-4868 Tunis Mrs. Steve Moore the Husband.& Wife Roy Cello n s, last week. ultimately a center where, Member F.D.l.C. Keystone Heights, Fla.
Keystone the side Mr. and Mrs. David M.
Tournament and
dedicated a tree. which was residents' may meet 'on community -
tournament ai of the participants Anderson spent the weekend Church Women "Your Friendly Bank
given by Mrs James Mc- projects A ClnMlltml Ad In the TELEGRAPH -
BOATS MOTORS Eachern. In memory of Mrs. gathered at the clubhouse at their home in Melrose, Officers! besides President at their monthly meeting on brings result. In Your Friendly Community;

Rose Remolds. for a delicious dinner They reside in Gainesville. Hughes, are: C. W. Owens. January 16. Fflteen members !,

BILL'S MARINE Mrs. F." L. Stephens concluded HERE; N' THERE lilt vice president: HP.. and one new member. Mrs.

RALES & SERVICE the program with a Recent guests of Mi and fOnts Dr. and Mrs John E. Dent. 2nd vice president; Fay Olson attended.Congratulations .

"The Fun Fleet's In" reading of Joyce Kilmer's Mrs Henry Schutoer of Clover Davis Sr. Dr Davis, Jr. is and Mrs. Marie Dent secre- are extended -'- i'i':-' -- -'aribI ,, .
Chrysler Lone Star Boats poem. "Trees." Lane were Mr. Schuber's Chief of the Out-Patient tary-treasurer to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence er

Chrysler Motors The Woman's Club wishes brother and his wife. Mr. and Psychology Division of the PERSONALS Slpe, who celebrated ,

Service & Parts for to thank all who helped Mrs, James Srhuber of Norfolk Veterans! Admlnstratlon. located Mrs. Edward V. Klntz of their Golden AnniversarY on e ,,

All Outboard! make this program a success Va.. Edward Confer of in Washington. D. C. anton. Ohio is spending January 17; also to Mr. and k ,
26 attended Washington' D C.. and, James Mrs Myron Prevatt Jr on 47 '
Corner Rte 21 A and friends who Mr. and Mrs. Robert some time with her mother.
475-4857 Allen of Panama the arrival (of their second 4 5. ( sl'
Melroxe. : the ceremony. Smith of Stanton. Delaware Mrs. Arthur Brainard Miss y 1 td "e .
DUPLICATE BRIDGE Mr. and Mrs. Dick Stanford visited Mr. and Mrs Charles Betsy Klntz. who Is a student child on January 22. ;, w. t ove!

CONCRETE: The Keystone Duplicate of Jacksonville visited McGlave and family over at the University of Mrs. Dorothy. Sherman ar-

Bridge Club. which I U sponsored with Mrs. Stanford's father. the weekend. The Smiths Florida, spent the weekend ilved home Saturday from I

Hawthorne Concrete by the Keystone Wom Wat Hardenbergh. and her stopped in to visit with their with her mother and grandmother Clncnnattl. Ohio after being

an's Club, meets every sister Dorothy over the old friends while enroute to delayed because of high
& Supply, Inc. Thursday at 7:30: p. m. at weekend. Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bridges snowbanks and bad': reads In I

REIJI the Masonic Hall. Eight Miss Renee Bolote. who Is Alec Livingston and Bob of Lake Geneva have Just returned Knoxville. Tenn. I
MIX tables of players competed a freshman at the Universityof Wise of Gainesville, were from a trip to MexIco NOTE: Folks are always i

CONCRETEHwy. last week. Mrs. Fay Miller Florida made her first fishing last past weekend at City. They flew down In wondering what to do other with ; :

and Mrs. Anna James were television appearance on Cedar Key. order to get their car which their Christmas and
20 W.' Hawthorne winners. Channel 5, the educational Wednesday n'.gttt of was in a wreck last October. greeting cards. Mrs. Betty _
181-203Z.2031 Have circled Jan. 28on broadcasting station at the home they Oodley. member of the Mel- -
you the Lloncllas gave On their way r
week '
: //I ;
) your calendars? We hopeto O. of F" last Tuesday nlsht: a baby shower for Mrs Leslie went through the mountains rose Woman's Club, will take .

Electrical Sales &: Service see :you: at the Woman's Renee sang three se'ectlons: Hhojcn. at the home of Mrs. to BirmIngham/ Ala. to visit then to Sunland Training ,
Club Smorgasbord which i la In the area of folk music Lucille: Mas'a, Mr,', KItty their married daughter and Center! where she doc volunteer

r Yeoman's Electrical being held at the Masonic during this 30 minute pro- McOlave was co-hostess/ for family the Hill Brannons. work.C0KKIIXrI'ION, I

Temple duction. this affair. Those attending While In Mexico Cl'v they : Pleuse excuse ,
t I" Sales & Service This year's chairman Is Mrs. Ray Chance has recently wereMrs: Helen Wildt Mrs witnessed the unusual sight : this reporter's error in

Frlfftdnira Appllanos i Mrs. Seth Kennedy: assistedby returned home from 1 Mlttle Haynes Mrs DorothyWinaius of the first snowfall In over'I naming n committee memberof
Maytag Washer I ) co-chairmen, Mrs. .I, Williams !- !the; NAS hospital after completing Mrs. Jane Rcdfearn. 4
Zenith. and Motorola) TV and Mrs. Earl Voyles. a series of tcrts and Mrs Mil-caret Benson. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hook. Helen PInon is co-publicity I

Slefrler Heater Mrs. M. Schroeder Is ticket (observations. We wish her a I' Nell White Mrs. Sandra formei Iv of Miami are new I chairman President Hanson

P. O. Box 186 MelroaePlinn chairman. Tickets may be speedy recovery. Hoffman, and Mrs. Mildred residents of the Larson Mobile will be naming a new Entertainment 1I
n -tJ1I Mrs. Edna Cromer is a patient Ge Chairman due to
purchased from club members Lovorn Mrs Irene Hushes! Home Park at Lake
or Mrs. Schroeder at at the Baptist M'-morlal and Mrs.' Ed'' the Jackson neva. Mr. Hook is the illness of the former named I
In Jacksonville MrCromer broth-I ,
:NURSERY 473-4217. Hospital were unable to attend. er Qf Mrs. Vllliam' member
GENEROUS GIFT reports that she is Miss Betty Lee Mar.ley and They are occupying the -,
O.C. Carnes NurseryIllway RECEIVED BY LIBRARYMrs. Improving daily Please 'tie James Bibb of Jacksonville. mer home of the Larsons In i j
Helen Lawrence reports sure to drop her a Has! andlet ,
Slmlone of Gainesville the park. I
and Mr. 0 :o. e.
Florahome -
100. that the Keystone Library ? her know that we are were Sunday dinner Mrs. Albert C. Holt was, [J I
23 Miles SE of Starke received 25 books from thinking of her. Rvests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill hostess" to Circle II of the. II I -5'
Thousands : % ; r SMITH-CORONAL
Stock fMr. 1 by
Nursery the personal library of Mrs.A. Loralne Dey. daughter: Slmeral. Miss Manley Is Mr.Iimerals ,. _Intrrdemonlnatlorml
of Plants & Fruit t. A. Bralnerd. These are and Mrs.! Joseph Dey. .== p .
cousin. Community church Dr Coronet sfwsywifltha speed, tasatndfoctrk
Trees to choose from. Nice home this weekend from Juniors $
Shade :Trees Evergreens very' fine books which Include wan Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sinvral! zell di.scusied with the" The-i A. C. Halt mInister: Mn typin a...at eofy a Bttti son.than tte caU ofrdioary k 4'i '
well-known selections! FSU "This Is My Bible. i
Plants. All! were recent guests! of old George Cam V'80 en-anlst portable. *
& Landscape .
of children's literature history Ronnie Homer is!! home for Intermediates, with the assistance -
friends of theirs from Cuba Sunday School. 9::30) am .
Plant -
In containers anytime the arts. etc Mrs. Lawrence a 10 day leave to be with his and direction of, "" .. _
Camellias .& azaleas. 1 Mr and Mrs. Charles Par- i Morning Worship, 11 a,. no
for Marvin Homers. Carroll devoted -
Is deeply grateful family, the Mrs. Lawrence
Let in do your landscaplni thli, addition to her shelves. Ronnie Is presently Stallone: nell. who( are in now Jacksonville.making their attention to "Ex (Nursery open bOth noun, ]. r:1-i ,, TVT.L 88 CHARACTER KEYBOARD the tamo '
their home
Phone 684-2165 Remember, the pass-word in Brunswick, Maine after I Mrs Edwin F" bring the New Testament." Preubvterian u on office: electrics: pIus fun-length vp-tzoot tab-,

-for-- todoy- la READ Please be recently completing a tour of mother of Ed Bennett'l The evening sessions proved Faith Presbyterian Ohur<'>nI -=- Jatioo. Set, clear,tabulate from the keyboard.

PACKAGE STORE sure to stop bv and take advantage Newfoundland. patient at the Baptist Memorial I to be very Inspiring and I -Row J R. Neale Ji mlnf AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC REPEAT ACI'IONSJ -2nnderlinesT

: of the line selectionof Recent guests of Rev. and Hospital where she, beneficial to all of the participating f I.w'1-* W. > Willa. or- J L.Myourfingertip. commAnd:apas dots,daabcI.-.x,',and,

THE BLUE PINES books which are availableat Mrs. Milton Scripture were underwent major surgery on groups.ST. ffanUt; Mrs. Carl wisher. Type faster elcctrlcafiyjPERSONAL
the Keystone Library.GtRDEM Mrs. Victor Phen- WILLIAMS, NEWS LEARN TO TOUCIX-TYnC "
Package Store & Mr. Monday. Mrs. Bennett had summer' organUt. TOUCH SELECTOR!: Wt the touch
CLUB OF of Toronto Canada.Rev. Last week the Altar Society IN ONLY' TEN DAYS
nemore an artificial joint placed: In Sunday School. 0.44 m
COCKTAiL LOUNGE THE LAKES Scripture attended J her hip. and. therefore she of St. William's conduct. Morning Worship 11 a.. m. Get 5 LP records and instrao.tton that please yon and electric-fry: doe tiW week "printperfect"

Open 9 A..I.-IJ. P. M. Excep' Last Wednesday: membersof the funeral of his brother J I, will remain in the hospital( ed their monthly meeting In Sunday, [Nursery open both pages in a handsome cue every timel
Suixtay the Garden Club of the Harold Paul Scripture of I' for a month while receiving the recreational 1 room of the hours for only $3.95 when you purchase ALL TIIIS AND MORE-Page Oage'DI Copy-Set
Dane Every Satdntay Ntf! Lakes were guests of the Hallandale Ja. t week. I physical therapy. We are church. Father Edward Kir- this handsome uw Adjustment, Forward-Olide top deck. Quick Set""*Ma '

4 MILES EAST! OF Florida Federated Garden James R. Beeler. Jr has glad to learn. that her oper- by and hilt mother, Mrs. An- -Epi. o<>al Smith-Corona portable! ,. gin, and a defaxza TrimJino carrying: caao. -
KBTSTOV: HKIOHTS Club of Palatka for a demonstration to his new ft. W
just been assigned ation was a success. ne of Ireland were special St. Anne's Rerr!
on "artistic flower Friends can *. I
base In Hawaii. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH guests at this meeting Wontall. vicar: R. O. Oop -
USED CARS arranging." The lecturewas write to him at hU new address HAS STUDY COURSEOn The main topic was the kuud, organist.

given by Mrs. A. R. Mul- : AA 138-48-43, VR-21- Monday through Thurs- Spaghetti Supper which will Morning Prayer and 8fTmon. -

Hanks Used Cars llns of Deland, who Is a nationally FPO San Francisco Call!., day of this week the First be sponsored by the Altar 2nd aavt: 4th Buodar: Only $159.36

BIG CASH DISCOUNT accredited flower\ 96611. Baptist Church unde.* the Society on February 25. The 0:30... m. InuntMry o>p n.l I Plus Tax

TERMS\ show judge. Mr. and Mrs. George Lane direction of Rev. Lawrence dinner will be held at the Holy BucnarUt and seranoa
TRADE The following members attended of Grand Rapids Mich. were Carroll. conducted a church- Masonic Hall. Additionalnews 1st and :3rd amdays. 038: A

BUY SELL -90 I this lecture which recent visitors of Mr. and I, wide study course. The adults concerning this dinner M. [nureery open], Cburci.Sohool. .
Rt. 1 Box 1 was given at the Palatka Mrs. Harry Peters. of the church discussedthe ; will be given at a later date. !. 9.30: A. M. "Heir Xu: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHTHE
Hwy. 100 8 Mllr 8. Stance 4J 4 CTvic:: Center: Mrs. Ed Dwyer Dr John E. Davis. Jr I Book of Amos Ben MI- oharbt 8a.m. each Sundajr.1'j
J Mrs, Ira Raye?.. M>'* R N. spent last: week with his par -

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YY9Y999T..TTTT9TTYTT.1 Alice Stubbs and Hollls Jef- for the fire. pathy to the family. I I -- I lion Gainesville Dinner, 7 at p.First m. Church WSCS, Pastor Leroy lJ thbse7. Morning Worship. 11 ... m. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCB

PARTIES Avory Slade was confined I Training Union 7 p. m. EvenIng Sunday School. 10 .. m.

MAX VILLE feis.Barn Burns At Diamond :Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley to his home over the week- and party Wesleyan In Fellowship Service Guild Hall, LONG BRIDGE: BAPTIST Service 8 p. m. Rov. Morning Worship, 11 .. m,

entertained with a surprise end with a virus. CHURCH Lacy Conway pastor. Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.
I.N 7:30.
1) I>a itch. I : Meeting 7:30: p. m.Wednesdsy. .
birthday party Friday:, nightof Sunday night supper Sunday School 10 a. m; Prayer
By Mr*. A. C. Sl wU Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Grit- last week honoring their guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Wednesday Pi'lmary.., Morning Worship 11 a. in.; CHVRCH OF GOO : RcT. W. UNewnwwa

Phone 2894491AAAAAA&AAAAAAAAA4AAa. : '''1. owners of Diamond D son Ronnie who was fifteenon Orlffls and Mr. and Mrs. Junior and Youth Choir Evening Worship 8 p. m; 422 N. St. Clair St., Btwrlco. pastor.NOIITIISIDE .
Dr. School 10 a. m.
practice 3:15. Henry
Ranch here suffered a $3.- Wednesday Jan. 11. Hollls Jeffers were Mrs Linda : Wednesday Sunday
last FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Blackwurn will conduct eeivices. Praj-er Meeting. Worship Services '.1 a. m. and BAPTIST
000 loss weekend before Games were played during McCarthy and; daughterof : 8 p. m.: Sing each Friday at
BUITHI>AY SUPPER when a sheet metal barn the evening and party refreshments Doctors Inlet. STARKE \ 7:30.: .8 Lone, 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday Located on Bayima: .:d3rh.
Rev. Harvey
Mrs. Karen Jeffers caughter caught fire and was turned. served to the' Miss Branda Shepler spent Sunday. Jan. 29Sunday ThursdayCUb Scout Den pastor.p. m. 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting way [ISR 225]at Ralford Road
School. 9:45: a. m. Morning 4 meets in Fellowship Hall, Friday. '7:30: p. m.-Rev. L. S 16]. Services: SundAy
ot Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Stored In the barn was a eighteen guests present. Out! last weekend in Jacksonville: : [ISR
arlffis and Miss Sharon quantity of feed along with a of town guests were Mrs. T. with her cousin, Miss Sharon WorshIp. 11 a. m., sermon"I 3::15. Chancel Choir rehearsal IIEILBRONN BAPTIST: Williams, pastor. School, 10 a. u. Sundaj

Oriffis daughter of Mr. and large stock of spruce seedlings D. Davis and family of Jack- Coleman. "Man Is A Steward' of God. ], 7:30.: Sunday School 9:45: a. i I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Morning Worship. 11 a. m.

Mrs Henry Orlftis were entertained Mr. Orlffln had plan- sonville. Randy Axtell of Harvey. Training Union' 6:15.: Even- Morning! Worship. 11 a. .... Sunday School, 9:43: a. m. Training Union, '::3t p. m.

at the D. B. Orlf ned to plant later thldlY.. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley 111. is staying here with his Ing Worship 7:30: p. m., sermon FIRST CHRISTIAN 'Training Union 6:33: :) p. ni. Morning Worship 11 I a. m. Evening Service, 7:30.: MIdWeek

fis home Saturday night in The fire was discovered at entertained Saturday after- aunt, Mrs. Dorothy Miller ""Do All to The Glory of CHURCH 8TABKB Evening Service 7'lO.: Mid Youth Fellowship 6 p. w I Prayer Service WedneeI -

ihonor of their nineteenth 2rl4 a. m. Forty horses were noon with a birthday party and finishing his. school term God. Sunday School9:43: a. m. week Prayer ServIce. 'i:00,: p. Choir: Practice Thursday, 7:30P. : I day 7:30.: -Rev. Glenn:: Law

birthdays. A spaghetti supper evacuated from a nearby honoring their daughter. VIc- this year at Baldwin Jr-Sr. Monday: New River Association Morning Worship.. 10:45: m. Wednesday. -Troy Johnson m. hon. pastor.CALVARY .
was enjoyed In the car- stable. ky on her tenth birthday. High School. m. Christian Service a.// pastor.
port Enjoyllng the occasion Fire units from Village The nine guests along with, Recent visitors of Mrs.' 5 p. m. Supper at 8:10: ; I I 6:30: p. in.Wednesday. KINGSLEY LAKE
meeting resumed at 7. R. A. SMYRNA MISSIONARY School it .. .
\ &
with them were Richard En- Hills VFD and Lake Shore Vicky enjoyed outdoor games Dorothy Miller were Mr. and Youth Choir BAPTIST CHCRCUr Sunday
the hours from R. E. Axtell and family Meeting. 6:30.: Youth Choir I II BAPTIST C1IVRCII 10 a. w. Morning Worship, U ,. .*
sor of Jacksonville Joan Davis during party Mrs. Practice, 3:30: p. m. Fellowship Sunday School,
able! to preventthe 'I
\ and Sharon Davis of VFD were 2 to 4 and were served refreshments of Harvey Ill. I practice, 7 p. m. i iI I Supper 6:30: p. m. Mid- 833 W. Pratt St. Sunday Morning Worship, 11 a. m Training Union. 6::5f 9. m.

Baldwin. Bryant Braddock:! of flames from spreading to after the honoree Mrs. Harley Thomas spent I Tuesday Junior Choir Week Bible Study, 7:15: p. m. services: I bunday School 10 a. Training Union, 6:30: P. m Evening 6ervl, 1:11.: Prayw

Brycevllle Sandra McComb the horse stables neaiby. No opened her !gifts. last weekend at Ft. Bennlng, I Sunbeams\ 3:30: p. m. Junioi I Adult! Choir Practice. 8:00: p m. Preaching, 11 a. m. TrainIng Evening Worship, '7:30.: Prayer Meeting:, Wednesday. 7M: '9-

,it Baldwin. Patty Parrish. cause has been determined FAMILY REUNION Ga. with her husband. I: GA 4:30.: m. Union. 6:15: p. m. Evening Meeting, Wednesday. '7:30.: m. -Rev. R. H. Bn1er0".

Mrs. Dorothy Miller entertained Mrs. Dorothy Watevs vIsited : Wednesday SundayS I Worship, 7 1 p. m. Everyone -Rev. Jim Rlgdon pastor. '
; with a family reunion last week in Macclenny I huol Superintendents Cabinet welcome. Elder T. C. WIl- AIRPARK
recently at her home here with her parents Mr. and Meeting. 6 p. m. Prayer B YLES t Iun.- hams, pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday School. 9:49: ... n.

m//" for the families of the late Mrs. A. L. Rhebeig. The Meeting '7; Church\ Choir BAPTIST CIIUKCII, Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. Morning! Worship, It a. m.

Mr and Mrs. B. M. Boyd. Rhebergs have been living in Practice 8.Thursday. Sunday School 10 a. m. LAURA BAPTIST m.: Morning Worship and Evening Service' 7r30'; .,1' ta

RATS I An outdoor dinner was en- Jacksonville for the past WMU Executive Morning' Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday School. 9:49: a m. Communion Service 11 a. m. Prayer Meeting. WedntiMaKy.

I toyed by the sixty-seven several month with rela- Board:! meeting, 11:1: }. Training Union. 6 p. m. Morning Worship, 11 I. m. Evening services 6:30.: 7:30: p. m. rnlnilnr U2Mp,
Business meeting and luncheon Evening. Service. 7 rn. Evening! Worship 7:30 m. Wednesday Worship serv-
p. : p.
1M, THE 11.5.A. guests present. Among the Friday. 7:30: p. m -Rei. I..1
t' tives.Mr. 12 ice Minister Jack P.
I guests from outoftownwere and Mrs. Arthur Car- noon. Everyone wlcOJne.Rev M. Prayer Meeting. Wednesday, 7 p. m. Orlffls, pastor.
Friday Primary Choir 'David Medelros} -. 7:30 m.-Re" Luther Mc- Bell.
pastoiASSEMBLY : I
WILL DO AM Mr. and Mrs. W. o. ter of Jacksonville were last p.
practice. 3:30: p. m.\ Oee, BAPTIST CHU&CHlghwii .
Green of Ma<<:lenny. Mrs. Al- Sunday visitors of Mr and I pastor.BROOKER PINE LEVEL BAPTIST HOPE
ESTIMATEDn,000,000,000.00 : OF o'>nUTWAY
?; -W. A. Hogan. pastor _
at TIa..i
ta Oprlesbv and Candace Mrs. Doss Hlgginbothom. CHAPEL BAPTIST Sunday School, lo a. in [ ; 100 ]

Oslesbv of Whitehouse. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Tinsley FIRST METHODIST I Sunday School, lOa. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. ro Sunday School 10 .. m.

BIBLE STl'DYA arrive-i here last week from CHURCH. STARKE Weldon St. and Rail ord Morning Worship. 11 a. In. Pre-Servlces [Booster Bane. Morning Worship 11 a.-

4 Bible Study was: held Rhode Island for a visit with Sunday Church School. Road. Sunday Scnool. 1O Training Union 6:30:: p. m Young People, ard Pray" m.

?In cfarncae this year td* I I last week. Monday through Mrs. Tinsley's parents Mr. 945; a. m. Morning V/orshp, Morning Worship, 11 a.a.m.1 Evening Worship 7:30.: Prayer Service], 6 p. tu. Evenln Training Union -I::11 p.

food! property hurriqns end live stoc. Rot I Friday at the Maxvlile Bap- and Mrs. Ben Hlgginbotham 11 a. m. Snack Supper for Evening Service, 7 p. Meeting. Wednesday '7:30.: Worship, '7 p. m. Midweek m.

borne diseases. have killed more humans than tist Church. The stud was and daughters. Mr. Tlnsley MYF, Q p. In. MYP meetings: !, Tuesday Prayer Service, Wednesday '1:30 p Evening Worship 7:1S:

ell the wars In history. For safe scientific on the Book of Amos. with I left over the weekend to return 6:30: ( p. m. Evening Worshp' 7:30: p. m. Thursday YoungPeople's DEDAN BAPTrtT- Broker] m.-Rev. D. l. Ramsey. pas m.
pest control FPC. the Rev. Jones of Hickory to Rhode Island wherehe Meeting 7:30: p. m. Wednesday: Night Prayer
you coo depend on : Sunday School 10.. m. to!:.
Grove Baptist Church attending is stationed with the U. 9 7:30.Monday Girl Scouts

FREC INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES nIllhUy.rERSONALS Navy and Mrs. Tinsley will meet in Fellowship Hall. I
remain here for several

I UNDER. DIRECTION Mrs. Dorothy Miller months.Mr. 3:15.Tuesday: Exten-! I
spent Church
LORIDAIST ''OF GRADUATE the weekend In Brycevlll and Mrs. Dan Byrd of An investment in Your Future

iNTOMOLOCIST Mayo were last weekend visitors -
with the H. H. chil
) dren. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd of of Mr. and Mrs. J. D ..VTVVYVvvvVVYY'VVYvVTTBayless
PHONE \I CNTROL Bell and son and Mr. and AffFlfllst'lJ f r cci-iti
were In Conkley Mich to 1
Mrs. R. L. Harris. r
964-3965 .. Ql $lCALco. attend funeral services Mon- Mrs. Tommy Bramlett and Hivvav\ I P ?
I I day for Mrs. Boyd's mother
family of Mississippi are
Mrs. Paul Kelfeth. The community
guests here of her parents. I
extends their sym- By Mrs. O. E. Crosby'vvvvvvvv'VYYVVVVVYVV.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Harris. ,

==-== Mrs. J. T. Hendry of Jack- 1 I 4 :

sonville vllsted last Friday The WMU Brotherhoodand

I afternoon with Mrs. Avory GA's of Bayless Hlway I

JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORYANTIQUES Slade and family. met Monday night at the

Mr. MeLeod and his ninth church.Mr. I

grade Civic class attended a and Mrs. Jerry Dyal :

.-- ELECTRIC MOTORS OPTICIAN session In Jacksonville courts !and chlldin were dinner I : ,t .
last Wednesday at the court- guests of Mr. and Mrs.' Joe : :

ANTIQUES Brothers house and toured various Sapp and children In Jack- I ; 4e .
Peavy parts of the building.
Bought-Sold-Approl* d sonville Sunday. I,
Furnltur&-Chlna-oliaa Electric Co. Mrs. Don Elchelson an3: Rev. and Mrs. Dav\ '? Mede- ,

Silver-Brass-Oil PaintingsOne ELECTRIC MOTORS901dBervicedReps1red /CCrCSSICMAL' CPTICAl children of Jacksonville spent Iras and daughters: were in I
the weekend here with Mrs.
Piece or a house Fun Jacksonville Friday night.! I, .,,,
o Prescriptions Filled Myrtle Coleman. : Mrs. Mildred Lyons and | 1 .
Ina Ward Antiques Generators-Starter* I ,
Broken Lenses Duplicated Mr. and Mrs. Vince Taylor: daughter. Miss Beverly Lyon.

3572 Bt. Johns Ave..tacksonV'llle Alterations S Artificial Eye and family visited Sunday In of Jacksonville were guests 4, ,. _4 : .
Armature Re-winding ,
387-1379 4044 Lenox Ave. Eyewear Specialists Jacksonville with Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lyons ,c ''. .. .

Call Collect 213 Laura St.; JAX 358-53IKS Mrs. Obble Taylor and! family Saturday. I .
Jacksonville 387-2528 .
l 10S& Park St. .Iax. 354.3618PIIOTOGRAI'hI ,- Mr. and Mrs:' Vernon Tay- ; '.

Appliances Furniture I School students enjoyed a' lor of Jacksonville were I
FLOOR COVERING ) ER holiday Tuesday! of thU week. weekend guests of her par-i

Du-Ra Brand I but teachfrs remalni"' on the pnts. Mr. and Mrs. Lois.'

Info Looking for BARNETT'S Job for Planning Day. I Newmans. I : 'i1Lv.

Save on Quality better carpets t Commercial! and Portrait Rev. Edward Jones of Mir. .nd:! Mrs. Kennth Ellx-. iwt ,, .i_

Furniture & Appliances Photography Jacksonville visited Sunday son and son were visiting In ft'- -

Phllco and RCA visit aW' Frames & Custom Framing with Mr. and Mrs. Cvle Can- Gainesville Sunday after-i .

TV Washers Refrigerators ", 1958 Blandlng Blvd. non and Mr. and Mrs John noon. I NTitt

Magic Chef RangesWe Jacksonville 384-1461 North and family. nappy Birthday to little 4.
524 HOGAN, downtown' 40I
Buy and< Sell Used Units PIANOS ORGANS!=; Attending a birthday partyin Donna Newmans and Mrs.; -

5521 Jax Bbtiullng 771-5475 Blvd: HEARING AID Appliances Color TV the home Jacksonville of Mr. Sunday and Mrs.at Beulah ted birthdays Kelly this who wcek.celebra-, I IIII! Iii I H I l llh1 ii II I I 1 i Ii II i .

Stereo Roger North for little Cheryl Mr. and Mrs. O. L Sapp
For Best In Hearing S.SONOTONE_ Magnavox '
AUTOS FOREIGN Zenith :Motorola North on her fifth birthday and grandchildren spent Frl-. The skyline of New York,our largest city, is familiar III''

General Electric were Mr. and Mrs. John day with Mrs. H. B. Bennettin Ihi Ownk b too"i oopoinM ovncy I* Hid
York has unmatched
to New buildings
Westside ForeignCar OF JACKSONVILLE You Get A Good D al At- North Helen and Claude. Jacksonville and visited everyone. any wM IN ipnodlnf ttio lnMuMgi tl HH lovo

"The Strongest and Smallest Mr. and Mrs. Dave Coverdaleand Mr. Bennett, Mrs. Sapp's u here in the world!, and also leads the nation in many for mM end of Hit Omafi4 fw man to mpon**

Service Hearing Aid in the World" son. Mr. anl: Mrs. Albert brother, who is very ill in; A to Out lovo kr lovliif hit psigkb.r. WilkeS

"" Only; ('0. Hearing Aid }Blade& F. O. MILLER2W North. David and Carla Mrs. St. Luke's Hospital. industrial This great city typifies the success and j Ikrt iiwno'inf I* Ik. Imo ol(at. no oovom.ml .

.Trained mechanics for every 23: Went; }Monroe Maxine Davis. Carol and Sunday dinner guests of or mloty ot my of Mo will kmf
abundance throughout our nation. God baa blessed
service job on all makes of Jacksonville 333-1483: "n.to...of,Tim ffcm dm, .lnoi"Jacksonville Jeanne Marie Withrow, Ml Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby mow*wo HM kcnlom ohltll n koM M

Foreign & Sports Cars. rhael Peters and Russel To- Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. I our nation 'Dr will limllakhr o.riili. th.r.lo, MMhtm
bias. Glenn Stanley and children I ct *width polol o] MOBILE HOMES
PARTS FOR AW. SEWING CENTER Maxvlile Baptist Church of Jacksonville, and Mr. and "Blaaaed U every one that feareth the Lord;tfutt woMr- 'Iko Onink for MM u*
    ..s owl kn family.. ItyMd Ihol, kowonr.nry .
    Mrs. Marshall of
    ( I Crosby
    2430 Blandlng. JackM. rOIe BUTTSMOBILE H. & N. purchased week\ from a Weeks new piano Piano last Gainesville. I' eth in Ilia wqya. For thou shall& eat the labour of tfiate 9 penis ikouM, .ooK M< partkloou kiIk g

    HOMESThe Little Ronnie 1 ONK* ko Kelly Is confined
    Auto Sales & Service Company in Green Cove I hand:happy shalt tAOS be. and U thaB be weU. wiA
    SEWING CENTER o.Ho.. fcolk *iW Hi Iratk hkB
    Souths Best Buys Here to his home this week tciNiiin *
    Springs which they are
    LANDROVER Free Delivery 600 Singer Touch & Sew pleased to have.1OTICI.3 with measles.Mr. thee."faalMltal1 .1... .,l .i a. k.. i .

    Bank Financing does !fancy itches, mono- and Mrs. C. C. Crosby(

    Best For Less" grams, jcordllng etc. Easily I were Thursday night supper : ATTEND CHURCH SUNDA1
    operated NEW $369 for OF "IU IUFF'8 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby'
    The World's Finest In Seriously Interested in Mobile 8'ITO
    cash $129 or $7 per mo. Notice la Crosby of Galnesvlle.. I
    4 Wheel Drives homi. ? Call collect Jax 388- hereby given that
    Sold and Serviced by 1253: for model prices! &" terms. Tel. Jax 771-1850 or come r.: P. O. County Heddl.h.Florida Hhorlff under u'JruUTora Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Crosby rfIIIII1IW! "illilll.llllIlli "llmM IIII lllliru m.1IIJIIIOOI1JIThese

    Roberta Chevrolet 6017 Roosevelt Blvd. Jat in. anl bjr virtue of Writ of i and chldren and Danny I
    6106 103rd St. Execution to Wit: Graves. were visiting in Jack
    Green Cove Springs, 3033 Execution iHHiiod ont of I
    JwknonvlUa: 284-9600: MOBILE HOMES USED 'ourt of Record of Alurhiiu. sonville Sunday.Mr. Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsor
    'SEWING MACHINES!=; bounty, Florida pursuant to p audi: Mrs. Bobby Crosby

    Parrish Motors J. & J. Swap Shop Finance final judgement Loan Company for General anI, and son and Mrs. Marie I

    SINGER AIT. ZIGZAG ngulnnt Clinton L. and< Thelma Elixson of Gainesville were STARKE JBUILDERS Rosier Monument Co. Lawson Meat MarketAND
    USED TRAILERS Like New In 4 Dr. Cabbie' Uoatwrlnht, defendants., In visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. C. ,
    the amount o>f $321.20 together
    I".A.LEII Campers from 8' 20' Sold New over $300 with all co.t. of collection Crosby Saturday night. SUPPLIES, Inc.

    SERVICE} z.-.ro :Mobile Homes 32' 55') Bal $72 or J5.00 Per Monti) Have aelBed the anil following< have In d mypoaselullon ,.. We are very glad to hear Featuring Ace Hardware A Monument For Every NeedMARBLE COLD STORACB. ;. ,

    PARTS Trades Bank Financing (deal] Sewing CenterALL rrlbed personal property to that Cauthen Padgett' was Complete Paint Supplies W. Specially In Custom 8lm.gfcte*>.
    Ilgwy. 21. Orange Park Wit: released from the Medical and Sporting Good .
    !. GRANITE Ing. Cutting ft: WrappIngPrepared -
    Tel. 264-6331 MAKES 1960 Ford 4 Door Sedan. TItle "CtlWCK" WITH US FIRST"
    82 Year Am A Dealer" No. 6045710 ID No. OA.53X- Center Monday. His opera-
    New and Used MacblnM 219 Washington St. 964-4201
    100779 Tag No. 45VV.1B75
    Always Good Uae4 Cam tion was very successful and
    Also ManuoleunM
    848 Cassnt Ave.JaekaonvWe Ai the j property of the
    t21 Laura 8*. JackuvfflePhon. MOTORCYCLESHONDA 389-5071 abo>ve named defendant and we are very t _nkul. 964-8231
    866-S634! that on Monday the 13th da Mr. and Mrs. E. Z. Lee and! Bradford Abstract Co. 411 W. :MailUon Starka
    of February. 19117, at twelve _
    o'clock noon on flald day At Vern Hackern of Callahan Ph. 969-12815 Hame 783-3663
    WESTSIDEVolkswagen TRACK SERVICE the East entrance of the Brail-, visited Mr. and M.V Pitt 1SS W. CALL STREET
    MOTORCYCLES ford ('ounty Court house, I I. i4;.'!', ,,
    Inc. ALL MODELS RA Y'STRACK will offer for mile and sell to. Newsome during the week- Ph. 964-6881 Starke, Fla. ,
    the highest bidder for canh In end.
    Merchants Green
    AUTHORIZED DEALKR Open: 8 A.M. Stamp 7 P.M. SERVICEPortable property hand the of eald above defendant deacrlbed tratlsfy Mr., and Mrs. Pitt Newsome I Edwards DeWITT C. JONES OF STARKE, INC.

    Tues.. Wed., Thurs., Fri. Track Press Servlc the aforeenld' Exe.u.tlon. were visiting Mrs. A.* c.1 Grocery &

    BalM OA Parts Open Sat. 8 A.M. 6 P.M. Welding P. l D. Rectdlah.!! Sheriff Cruce in Jacksonville sun- Mkt. FUNERAL HOMES U.S. 301 NORTH
    Closed & Bradford County Florida' day.to ,
    service Body. Shop Sunday Monday Used Bulldozer &: Crawler 119| It 21;fIn > Ph. 969-3801 Starve, Pltv,
    MOTORS A CYCLES oem'RoWD/l"" Grocerles-Meatg---Feed., Starke
    .1 "Well Keep / I Ph. 961-2600
    4349 Blandlng Blvd. 7287 'V. Beaver County. .ludire'a Court laAnil : law. Gas & Oil
    8 1i.b'a.-8: p.m.
    Open .. January 15. 195?.
    .Jacksonville 771-8244 For HrnilCord CauXr.Florida. I
    B ".m. Sat.-Cloned Sunday Jacksonville 388-4021 OKOHOB H. PIERCE) Ph. 964-2182 Starite. Fla.Roy's Keystone Heights Charley E. Johns
    LANE AVE. SOUTH In rft: Kututs of Della Porter George' H. Pier" n..elil"nt I .
    1150 demeaned. Agent of Myrtle Brandt MoOlnnlH '
    Phone Jack onvlUe 88 -34'1 MUSIC WESTERN STORELITTLE :NOTICE TO CREDITORS Executrix. of the lIe-1 TV Service Agency
    All\ creditor of the eitnte of at.* ot Delia Porter. ftc0AnetlFlrnt I Ph. 473-3176

    CAMPERS Paulus Music Co. DUDE Delia hereby notified Porter, deceased and reijulrvil are 19, 1947., publication January. I CALL ROY FOR PROMPT: 131 S. "a1nut Ph. M4Mt

    Band Sc String liurtnun: > to file any claim or demand 1119 4t :2J9! I II SERVICE GENERAL INStJBANeB

    Gibson Guitar & Amplifier\ Western Store which they may have against. 920 Thomas St.. Starke Nobody But Nobody 11-.118
    Cribbft Campers' aid estate In the office of the I Sinclair
    School SuppUe.lJ.9trUoUor "Where You'll Find Everything county judge of Bradford I Phone 9618931BRADFORD Refining Charley. E. Johns) .g...
    County, Florida In the court
    Roberta Recorders" For the Horse
    Del-Ray Cllelrpen houne at Btarke Florida withIn W. L. Thomas Distributor -.'
    Onnvertlbl o Music LUneiry Expert Enthusiast ilx calendar month from
    Skamper '
    Leather- the date ot the flmt publication MOTELA !! Hurst Shell Service
    Shasta Trailers Repair Department} : Western Clothing : of till* notice Each claimor : GA3QLRTO8 KEROSEXB
    41 W. Monroe St. goods. Saddles and Trailers .SJ
    demand moat be 'In writing
    Fuel GO
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    Trade*- & aDeIDc Jacksonville 355-8447 Charles & Sharon Petty and mult state the place orresidence SUPERIOR MOTEL remit* CARIHURST, .
    and office ad- 'Pt Ajn 'rlca." > Wrart Hoapltabla MnotelsAll'
    B408 San Juan Ave..JackBcmvn&e S310 Are.Jacksonville poet
    Beach Blvd. 903 So. Edtewood ,drei of th* claimant and muat 60S 9. Walnut. Starke
    Conditioned Free TV
    3g-9348 Jckaonvfll 398-3091 384-1210 ba L sworn tOo by the clalma..t.hi. 6661 .ad Coffee Jlwy. 301 & 100 Ph; M44111U''T
    agent or nil attorney. or hIt Ph. W4-8881 ,.. .
    .. --- : '-1! ; : ............- "" T -' will booome void according) 1707 IT. SOt Ph. 964-M71
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    JAN. Zfi. 1987
    RR.tnFOR 4YIUNTY Tr.i.r.nn\rn. HTARKICI' n.ollmA THOnSDAY"
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    1 tvth. ll! 7TIIOJIVS "' ,
    flra addrefiii of the, rlalniiiiit'' .lunuarv llth IIIII7HI a Plft-IWC.
    Mr and Mid' Jack Cason of Mott Wednesday FFA NEWS and mint bn hworn tu l h>' the.. Delorea; Vvu,"ij'man Itltih.Ifixicutrlx 'in: .n North, Trample. vstuike \ .
    Ormond. Bench, Mr and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Brownof iHhnant: his avitnt or liln attorney I of II..- Enlatn. of Lea. I I
    RAIFORDBy roitn CIIU"fER or It will biuome",, vilducuoruinw Peitviuun' husk| tltjueuatd KlurLda
    : Cecil Addson and son of Trenton visited Mis Beth NEWS And NOTES ." 10 'law F.1,rat pniilli. ullon J,.11 IU"'>' ]Hill, II 'illr
    and Mi, arid Mis Dobbs Sunday.Mr. .
    1Ea.rl Dobbs Gainesville This week we woull like to __ ____"h_'_ ._. ._..._, w,_">, -
    Thomas Moore and cliildien and Mrs. Howard For Today's Homemakers outstanding S : "-' n. V ''' ''
    Phone 496-Z601<< rP'h feature one of our 'n. y '"., u 'tOO'
    the fish Register and children) of Lake $ "
    They nil attended > -
    Future Farmers cur reporter : i '
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    fry here Saturday night City were Wednesday mornIng By Martha\ Sue MeCaia ,, James Allen : ;.
    Mr and Mrs, Earl Dobbs Mis Warren Hershey and I /guests of their parents I : Tit T\t
    He Is the son of Mr
    had as luncheon guests Sunday daughter and sons of Luke Mr and Mis Earl Dobbs County Extension! I <
    M Allen and lives
    Mrs J.
    Mr. and !Mrs Howard Butler and Gene Freeman of Home Economics Agent gee about three! miles south of ;.
    Register and family of! Lake California visited MM Mary ITTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTVT'HAMPTON t .,tr 11' ,
    City :Mi. and Mrs Don New- Freeman and Mi and Mis Itrllt.: "'- -," III Stiuke on SR 230A.
    \ James is enrolled In vocational -
    mans and family of .Starke, Earl Dobbs Friday nu ht. SAKKT-SOtIl CI1KKKN; : rice and without almonds agriculture for his

    Mrs Maity demons and Mrs. Mary Freeman and Sure to Bring, Repeat Requests (Menu Sugrgsttonn Serve thin During his first

    children i of Hrilbionn Mi!*. Earl Dobbs accompanied By Mn. Mat/ Wlnlam.a with a crisp green salad Hive year: in vear agriculture he has
    Springs and Mr And Mrs Mrs, Mary Jones and Looking for a new way to a medley of melon nails and been in activities suchas

    Cecil Brown of Trenton daughter Verba, and grand; .1a.UAAaAUAW.UA1 8 I"VOchicken- so you won't berries for dessert many and : -P.
    The fish supper at Ralford daughter. Stacey to Jasper tire of it now that it'a especially For other tanty uses of jtneatJurtglng
    and Mrs Donald E. His projects for the
    Saturday night was a success hospital< to visit Sidney Free- Dr. thrifty Here Is a recipe chicken, request bulletin '.
    with a lot of out of man Pearson of Levlttown N. Y. that gives chicken a lift: "STEWING HENS", first year Include two hops
    attending We a >- announces the birth of a son, YOU ANSWER: TIIWT: and a home Harden .He was
    towners ; brown
    Frlenas of Gene Gordon will Onc-foui cup tuigar, pAN, J3 s 3'
    predate the wonderful co- Jeffrey Edward Pearson cornstarch Q. How can separate whole selected as outstanding first Sr S' l .
    be Interested to learn that packed; 2 tablespoons you oS.S ;dpp0'S + y
    operation.Mr. born on December 29, The ; oic-hnlf teaspoon salt; lettuce leaves from a.. head for year( boy.During .
    : In
    he is attending college
    and Mrs TheodoreRosier Tallahassee.Mrs. maternal grandparents arc three.fourths cup liquid drained lettuce cups?!' his second year he
    had as guests Mr. and. Mrs. M. M. Mat- from canned pineapple' ; one- A. First cut] out the solid alarm was a member of the meat
    satur-I Inez Bloodwotth and
    chett. .fourth ; t tables- portion. Held the stem end up fudging team. His projects
    day, their chldien ;! Mi'a. Thelma Brannon of cup vinegar .
    "Mr and Mrs Terrance Lee! 3 cooked and put it under a strong Included hogs and a home If, "1k
    sauce cups
    Mrs. J. S. Sapp of Lawtey. Lake City visited Mrs. MarySTALLIMG spoon soy
    Boatwilght announces the sliced chicken; onefourthcup stream ot cold water from garden.
    birth of a daughter Melanie onion thin half allies, 1 tho sink faucet. Soon< the Ths year he wall elected

    Sue, January 16. The mater- cup drained canned pineapple lettuce feels heavy and the reporter of the chapter and ar i

    grandparent/ Is Mrs. Ed- chunks, one-half cup celery weight of the water Marts to his projects include hogs anda

    'S CORNER ward Ingenlath strips, very thin 1-inth long separate the leaves Cro. tile home garden s .
    / PERSONALS ono half cup green pepper head. Begin at the stem por- -James Allen l- '4

    I Mr. and Mrs Rothelle rings, thin quartered; 2 tablespoons tion, and slowly peel off each Reporter, Bradford ChapterA rY

    Jones and: family moved to diced pimiento, 3- leaf The leaves are m-rangcst

    OASIS LOUNGEYour I their new home on load 18 ounce can chow mein noodlesor 1, at the stem end and if you

    I near Thereaaa on Saturday. .Z cups: cooked rice, one- pull downward from tile "stem ClMMlAfld 1 Ad In the TELJB.
    CLOSEST Spot For I Miss Fiances\ Lott ot MII fourth cup slivered toasted end while the cold water flows GRAPH brbtp rertuits.NOTl'Fi it ?

    ami. was visiting her parents. aJmomlH if desired briskly through the leaves they)/
    LIQUOR WINES I Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Lott recently Combine, brown l siiprar, corn- separate, with little tearing. TO DP-PI''*II

    Open 9 A.M. 12 P.M. and attended the wedding ; Btuirch. and -vi.lt Stir into DEFENSIVE IHtlVIM) I'llO- In ClreuM Court Hraiiforiluunry
    of Mas Nancy Zacck. I pineapple liquid. Add vinegar GUAM; <' KlnrfilMi' In t'hs.reryrase

    Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 A.M. I Mr. and Mrs M. lIf. Mat- and noy sauce Bring to a I would! be Interested In the Ira H.No.Shealy 13-750. rtnintlfr, v*

    chctt were visltng relatives ''boll over high heat; reduce Defensive hiving Program. Vera M, Mhealv. Defendant, '.
    : In Plant City on Saturday heat and cook until thick, I prefer .
    To: Vera M Mhealv\:
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    and Sunday stirring constantly Remove January Toil are! hereby notified that
    OR QUARTS Otis Melton new out to from heat. Add chicken, onion ______April M suit for Dlvorte. has been w
    ______ filed against' you In the Jove: rs
    8 Mi. South of Starke on U. S. 301 I Mablevale. Ark. last week to pineapple, celery and green July named Court nnd cause and I 1 >f l 1 I
    ______October Ia
    accompany his sister Mrs. pepper. Cook 9 minutes. Add you are required to serve i
    pimiento and cook one mlnuto ___.JOsfot'ning 0.30: --11:30: copy of your answer or pliadIna -
    Odessa. McConaghy back the
    tu LOinplitlmt on
    home. longer. Serve over chow mp noodles or rice Top with almonds ______ 3:30J:3: : ) Jt Pierre and flip the
    Mr and Mrs. Edward Saxon urinal. In the of fli' If desired. _____Evening! 7:30930: :
    nf the (Circuit Court on
    I are adding a Florida room Note' : To get 2 cups cooked NAME\. ____________________." or before the lath day of Keb
    GET CASH to their home this week. rice cook two-thirds cup raw ADDRESS: '_________________ I nary, 1967 otherwise the al-
    Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas Irvatlonx of said roniplalnt
    rice in ,,one and one-thud cups PHONE ------1 1I ------------- will fee taken aa conrcmod,. by
    IMMEDIATELY. attended a surprise birthday water with one-fourth teaspoon ______ am ______ am not a you
    _7. I party In honor of Mrs. Till notice .hall be publlah-
    I Thomas' mother Mrs. Alice salt.Makes licensed Driver ail onp each week. for four "A bank helped write my success story"There
    6 servings, three- Please Mall To: ('innnruttve' weeks >n the
    Robinson In Graham on Bradford 'rl'lI'r.h.' .
    fourths each. Calories per Extension Home Economics County <
    Sunday. There' were around serving:cup About 330 if. served Office hated, 1081.t this. nth clay of January are many Florida surtey, stones. ( ,vn- hope new growth and'new opportunities for(

    !JIIrF"" $25 TO $600 50 relatives and friends present With chow meln noodles and P. 10 Box 287 t 1\1.) erally! they center around an energetn ,man every community..A BANK. It takes money to

    :... -.* almonds, 280 if served with Starke Florida 32091 Cleric of Clwrlcn the Circuit\ Decoy I'nirt.. who leaves nothing undone to attain, his goal. build great industries!;,and its the function of *

    Mrs. Louise Hogan/ and tlv) Mnulnh if. Moody Deputy A man like Arthur Jennings, for ,instance- a bank to help provide working money to those
    Bill Undeiwood werfe! visiting Clurk. man who lifted himself up by his own boolhavIng the ability) and foresight to make it pro-
    *' DO YOU HAVE. : relatives In Georgia 'over the ills 4t 213 strops to play the leading role in a. story typical ductive.

    .- I weekend. I.I.I I NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I !I. ffknulx Judite.. Court In of Florida fast-growing industrial l'
    Too many payments to make? Mrs Isabel Melton celebrated \! I I Sad ..For. l r.df..rd Couiilr, .'&, This ts the way communities. grow Suc-
    Klarlria.In Arthur Jennings had help, though. ., .&> Less |is reflected in Ihe'alrlludes of people
    her 90th birthday Friday expan510(1' v
    -Too bills to ? CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYElder re: KHtata t of Lee Perryman
    many pay and bank contributes, much to
    January 20, at the homeof haste, "'I''A." '" time' when his, creative ideas needed your
    XO.'J IH tHH: >>>1'1'01lJ-! cial support for realisation He turned ; those attitudes.. Wherever you find sue
    her Lonnie Melton.
    son I RECREATIONReno D. R Williams pastor. All creditor f>f'the estate t of ; find A BANK has helped.
    DO YOU NEED Mrs Norma Melton celebrated -I Recreation basket-r The 6th Sunday Union will Lee. Perryman Dnvtji. tceaitod, type of financial institution which brings ::

    her !S5th birthday' the ball team lost Its tint gameof be held in Christ Temple at are, I to hereby,Clio notified any tlnlniH and required i.>r demands --

    EXTRA CASH NOW? 19th of January. Visitors to the season to Wlldei Recreation the Church of God 1 lu Gainesville which they may hate

    their home during the week of Jacksonville by a this Sunday. All fUe against, of. the HH Id eittate county In judge the .of-of 1'.U'U

    were Mr. and Mrs.!! Woodrow score of 31-25. msmbers are asked t to attend.Mt. liradfcird, County, t'lurlria. In
    LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR Melton and Mr: and Mrs Bill Watch the paper for date Morlah Methodist tile courthouse ut sturkrtlnrlda .
    within six' tnlendMr
    MONEY PRO LE\IS': Melton of Gainesville. Mr. of the home (game. Plan to Church, Rev Hudson pastor: month. from, the date of the
    ? I and Mrs. Phil Eunice of attend and cheer the teamto Church School 10 a. nt. with flrnt .publication of thin notice "Over 40O banks in Florida behmrjyott and your community -
    I'rtih: Ll lni or demand must i.in bn
    Graham and Mr and Mrs.
    Frankie Lee Jackson and
    We Are Trained To Help! ''I Glen Thomas and family All victory.boys, aged 13-16 who : Carolyn Taylor In charge. 1 pineor writing. xlili'nto" and. toilet and slate iiuab' the uf-. I J FLORIDA BANKERS ASSOCIATION

    Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hancock would like to participate in Love Feast, 11 a. m.

    I were called to Rock- City League Basketball are Choral practice will beheld '

    Town Finance Co. I mart Oa. on account of the asked to meet In the RJE each Thursday at 7 p.

    I death of his brother-n-law gym Saturday morning at 10 m. The president Is askingall

    226 N. Temple Ph. 961.9091 .' Ed Lee and the' lllnesa of his o'clock. Any adult interested: members to please be present I ,
    brother Wm. Hancock. In coaching one ot these and on time. Mill!!

    teams is asked to contact Mr. Frankle Lee Jackson reporter -

    Jackson at the Reno Recre- I Got a lot
    "\ I ation Center

    A Hop will be held Satur-
    In <'"U''''' .fuifve. Cone'. 'I
    I day night at the Reno Recreation lad for Bradford Co: ..tr
    Center. All teenagers lorlfln.. .1 of adding to do
    In re: Kutxto of Lee, Perry-
    are Invited to attend and enjoy man nvlM, detpufiedNOTICn .
    an evening of fun. ;; : OP1 rilOUVTH ,
    All-electric SCHOOL NEWS To All }'"rHon.. 'Inlet-anted In
    The llHIatc Or Hulil led<.nt:
    r The PTA of RJE will meet You are hereby notified I thuta '
    : \ ; :; between and
    written Instrument purportIng now
    Wednesday night: Feb. 1. at .
    FEED MILL to be the .luxt. will' and tostninillt ',
    7:30: o'clock In the cafetor- <>r Maid. decedent" haftbeen .
    r ywlyw, j i.MUnd .
    admitted to probHte In
    ; um for a Back to School
    this court. You. are hereby
    Operated by1000horsepower ,. Night. The program will be .ommundnd" within sit: inlen- : i, t y t
    presented by the 6th Grade dar month from the data or
    of the first publication of this
    . Class, Miss! Ester Allen 'notice to "'>1"'"'' In this court P"a5e ,..,. 4'
    electric motors' teacher All parents, educators and. Hhoiv cause, IP any you ,
    ., 7 < .an, why the action. of thl
    and well wishers are Invited -
    .. court In, admitting', null! will to
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    to attend. prubatn should not stand unrrvottpd
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    GIRL SCOCTS |INI| hi-rnn. A. Yaw
    Support better Scouting! County JiiilKH, Kruiirorrl Coun- Tax Time?
    Buy Girl Scout Cookies The 1 publtcHtlun on Junuar
    Oirl Scouts are taking orders 19, 1J07.
    Iika for cookies now. Please cooperate lira 4t ell': : I

    by giving them an s
    order when they contact you.

    Your cooperation will be ap-

    pi eclated. Orders will, be I WATCH FOR

    turned in to the Troop

    The ie Chairman Scouts will an pick up COOk-I their' SWARMINGTERMITES e'ORLD'S' ,SMAIIES? ELECTRIC ADDING WCHJNEf$

    orders from the Cookie, "

    Chairman Feb. 14-17, and <*?
    will turn the money In on '
    :March 3.Parents. 'I e, 'Y u R.o

    ,,t I A.NA : ,: ; Mee ; are asked to please
    w V L LF'MS
    cooperate with the girls in f 0

    carrying out their responsibilities -
    as a sale Scout. Your / 1j1Ntll
    help Is needed Thank sou >D hi g.pr Mr' l l y1 rI

    Troop 828CHURCH .
    NEWS ...

    1 tr Fr Oreater Allen Chapel! AME
    fy Church Rev. L,. A Sampson

    pastor Sunday School 10( a

    with Walter Thomas, assistant -
    CHARLES: F. JOHNSON Owner, Fairfield Farms. Like City. Florida, siys: m. I
    superintendent, in OR BETTER STILL

    "All the electric motors are easily controlled with push buttons t- a charge m. Moininv Rev. McKnlnht Service of 11 LET S.** MULTIPLY

    all easy to get to. Electric service has been very good Mount Zion, Lawte). will SUBTRACT _

    the electric bill has been excellent. I am very pleased." present the message.!! The OItIDA
    will Final _
    Senior Choir sing. 1
    S Fairfield Farms' feed mill can produce in 8 hours service of the day at 3 p m ITONTaot. CREDIT
    The District Conference
    enough feed for stall feeding 5000 head of beef cattle. will convene Feb. 8-9 at .

    at one-third less than wholesale cost. Greater Allen Chapel .plaRtleJt.. fiigh I speed-light I J i weight it IDEAL FOR HOME OR OFFICE

    The Pulpit; Aid Board of CHECK YOUR HOMEFREE
    Greater Allen Chapel met LISTS 10 TOTALS 11

    Monday night, Jan. 9, at the TRUtV PORTABLE


    ... jj a Mitchell. Officers were

    /IT's C'HCAPCR. TOO i fij./ .** iirnf installed for the year, and I Only 124
    f refreshments were served by ''r Plus Tac
    cultt Why Take Chances
    Mrs. Mitchell Mrs. Flossie L. .

    FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY Mitchell chairman and Mrs.I CALL
    'Corein Butler co-c Rlrman'l
    HELPING BUILD FLORIDA Mis Audrey Gibson reporter TELEGRAPH

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