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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 2, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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five per cent pay increase, retroactive to Jan. 1, Running headlong into the 3-2
new vote
again
County
has been
given all county employees who come directly \ Commissioners Dave
under the Fl Phone Shuford and Jerome Johns were

raises County Commission in a move to grant them blocked yesterday when they tried to have work on the.
equivalent
to those given the road crew last new courthouse resumed.

month -__ ___ SetSaturday
Digits After a month without a sound Jerome Johns
Commissioner Jerome Johns, der on gasoline Is also awardedthe
who was reluctant to go along oil and grease contract L brought the subject up again. lie was chairman of the

with the road employees' raiseIn since bids on those commodities commission ]last), year when the majority Johns, George

the middle of a 'budget year, seldom vary. Roberts, and Dave Shuford voted to purchase a site

moved to give the other em- The ,State -- the American Legion
Road Department'sconstruction -- and Carl Ritch
Award winner. at the (C'hiMiix| of Residents of Starke and vicinity property on North
ployees equal increases! "since of) two railroad Commerce banquet hist "Saturday night Temple Avenue and rushed .
(1
arc -r) to begin work
will start on the
.
(
playing new
the Board fit inorgn Roberts Jr.. fiuoil Oovernn.cnt a 'big
saw to raise bell crossings on the recently ; Mrs. Minnie Louise. Tyus, lord Haniarltun building.
salaries of the llolllclny. for () II. II. ; Af N. "numbers game" after midnight _
r. AdaiiiH
county load !completed Anderson Junior 1'iibllo Health. and .d
James LTemple, flood ...
crew." ( ltI c'nNhlp. Saturday when the new IHUI: ttoi>er[ was aereacea

High School Road at Lawteyat 1967 telephone directory of In- when James M. (Buck) Nor- of the Florida 'Statutes..

the Including newest increase about 12 would persona, fire a cost of $22,350 came under Four NamedOutstanding dependent Telephone Corporation man took his seat in January "I was the one who made

go again from Commissioner 'Now goes into effect.Approximately the new majority, Norman, thai motion
to all agriculture department Jerome Johns. He claims the Is The Mrs Jessie (to halt the work)
Key' 89 cent Chastaln and and It
employee, civil defense, mos crossings were not authorizedby per Zedra stands; !We have aakedfor'
Hamilton
of halted
residences and businesses architect "
an opinion
quito control and the juvenile the county and that the Hamilton replied -
will have new numbers after Frank George In, his
counselor. Cost will be around SRD is taking the county'sperogative
91,500, about half the cost in 'building the Chamber midnight Saturday, and there tracks. Norman had already "The point I'd like to make
Is ToldInterjecting will no longer bq numbers agreed to join with Chastain Is this "
any John
for the road crew raises Commissioner crossings. They are said. "I know
charged By ChamberFour with the prefix: 969. and Hamilton in agreeing to from experience that
Johns said. All the against the county' secondaryroad !; construction -
All let the people vote site
on a
Lawtey and
,
Klngsley coats
funds will come from the funds. if go up every day.
board's general fund a serious Lakq numbers will remain the possible. This delay and mewing around
County Attorney Theron A. Bradford County citizens note into a humorous address It was clear Wednesday
same
Clerk Charles Darby aald if Yawn told Johns he had read were honored for outstanding at the annual Chamber of Commerce banquet that. the commission's la not doing the county any
Saturday Midnight Saturday la also new good that t ""
the collects can see. The
county the $50-
similar night
a county-SRD contract : achievements In Keynote Speaker Henry Motes told the members the time for cutting over to balance of power Is going to architect Johns said
000 timber ,
companies for construction of the hydro- their areas by the Chamberof "Now id the the do its best
/ key, time M here new central to give the people
office at
for 1963: equipmentat least bo; allowed to continue
owe and I960 the carbons road and that the Commerce at its annual .... ,-- --,-- that chance
ivAubco nee jjicoiutrnb u* the 'Starke exchange, which working the
on new
general fund would be "In buildingso
county agrees, basically, to banquet at the Starke Golf the Jacksonville firm' E. H. America manager Ernie Backing up Commissioner
Patz will the
excellent great; selling Is the says plane will be ready
shape.
have the SRD build the road
and Country Club Saturday Thompson & Co., mean "marked Hamilton, :Mr*. Chustaln and
Commissioner J. ,M. (Buck) and leaves the construction praised gas and oil of the USA Improvement"In whenever it Is finally decided
up night. Starke and Bradford telephone service Norman stood( firm im the face where
Norman gave the second tor.Johns' County Motes said. to the the site will be.
to the SRD. In his
. motion and it passed Yawn said, the SRD contract opinion Oeorge W. Roberts Jr, for their efforts In the past. David Coats, taking the Starke, Lawtey, and Kingsley of evidence In the form of an The former chairman also

unanimously. Is broad enough to Good Government; Mrs. He mentioned the local gavel as 1967 president of the Lake subscribers. City and opinion, dated December 10, said that construction casts

The Board also moved to cover Minnie Louise Tyus Good chamber's attempt to securea Chamber, asked for hard county officials have been Invited from Attorney General Earl have gone up J4. from $20 to
underpass, bridges,
overpass Samaritan; Dr. H. H. Adams, Job to visit the Falrcloth that there Is no authority
execute agreements with the etc. without the Corps Training Center work and much help ir. pro telephone office $24, in the past quarter.At .
countys agree-
Public Health, and James L. here. to witness the cut-over for the county commission & that
State Road moting point Hamilton
Department to a national
it for
ing to although the SRD name
Temple, Good Citizenship, "Starke and late Saturday night.A to call an election or spend said:
borrow $500,000 from, the trust Bradford the county
(Continued on Page Five- during the com
public funds to relocate the
fund and $110,000 more against were recognized by the County have done a fine job ing year. few lucky businesses who "If: s we can't

Its own secondary road funds, Chamber's Award Committee In the past; I only ask Is It "It's a big advantage to had numbers in the 0-6-7 new courthouse within the (hold an elect) I'll have
present seat.
a total of $610,000, to repave enough," the noted humoristand have, a good name," the new groups escaped without a Hamilton county indicated the to give In (But until he says

the Brooker hydrocarbons road BHS TeacherIs Roberts was honored as a speaker said. Motes' Chamber head said. change, Patz said, but these majority has asked for new an we can't I won't move.." Airs.Chastala .

and purchase: right-of-way for public servant who worked company sells hotel and restaurant RetlrinaPreS1dent Buford were barely two per cent. of opinion. of their own and will Immediately backed

3R-16. The agreements ,to go tirelessly over the past four equipment. Mitchell congratulated Coun- the total. stand firm until they receive him up.Johns.

through with the ''borrowing years to help Improve county "Selling Is what makes ty Commission Chairman Subscribers will still dial 0 it. replied that 'While the

program must 'foe In Tallahassee SuspendedA government. Mis. Tyus was Jerome Johns for appointing for operator, 411 for Informa- "I assumed the action taken commission waits, coats go up.

by Monday, Feb. 6, when lauded tor seven years care the newly formed County tion, and 611 for repair service. (Jan. 4 to halt work on plans Ha moved that the Board

the State Road Board meets. for the indigent and comforted Zoning Committee Bradford High Schoolteacher saying new courthouse) was
Clerk Charles Darby alao !iMIa4 Shirley M. Vin- the 111 bevoni: the call of Hearing Set zoning is one of the primary : Fire Department, 964- to find out from the Attorney courthouse' on property purchased -

notified the Board of a March cent, was suspended for 10- duty, Dr. .Adams was singled needs of the county He also 7110; Police Department, 964- General about elections" Johns by the Board "namely""
1-2 date to meet in Lake City out for the more than 20 WOO; Sheriff's Department, the Am.rlcan.lLeglon: property.
last cited the said In the discussion
days Thursday on insubordination need:! for a Plan- opening ''When
with Harry Gonzales, State charges by Supervising years he has practiced medicine On Local Bills ning Committee 964-6280; Ambulance, 861- Wednesday afternoon. He then Johns' motion receiv-
ed '
Road Board member from this 6200 Civil Defense no second Chairman Shu-
In Bradford ; 964-6437.
Principal Connie M. County and "Look to the future it's ; told the commission of the
district, and other SRD officials Clark for his care of many persons later than we think," Mitch Highway Patrol, 064-7300; and opinion he had received Dec. chairman ford handed the gavel to Vice-

to go over BradtordCounty's without financial Rep. Oene Shaw Bradford County Hospital, 064I 19 from Oiastatn and gave
Superintendent of Public Instruction resourcesto said ell urged he Chamber Attorney General Earl it himself.
But the vote
secondary and primary Tom Casey said Tues- pay Temple was named Tuesday that public hearingson Continued On Fame Twol I IContinued on Page FIve Falrcloth, baaed on Chapter 138 2-2 and Mrs. Chaatain, broke was
road constructions
request day 'night he and Clark will outstanding for his supportof proposed local legislation the tie

for 1967. Only paving recommend dismissal. of the many worthwhile civic en- will be held next week as Johns' motion.Iby voting to defeat
for which the will have
county annual contract instructor at deavors and his leadership of scheduled, regardless of thestate's "Just one last word Chairman
fnds accrued will be the San- ,
the School Board meeting next young people as administrator current reapportionment -
ta Fe Lake Road,, Darby said. Shuford asked. "Will you
Tuesday beginning at 10 a.m. in Bradford County mix-up.
Gulf as low bidder, was (Continued; On Page TwolCity's
Miss Vincent will not be heard schools. Shaw met with the four
awarded the 1967
/ county's
by the School Board unless The awards were presentedby senators front the Second
contract for gasoline, diesel
she requests It, Casey says, Chamber Director Thomas Congressional District In Dec-
fuel, oil, and
kerosene
Gulf's bid on regular gas grease.was and she had not as of Tues- L,, Casey, superintendent of ember and set the following: NewestIs
day night. dates for hearings in three
19.93 cents gallon no schools. The Awards Committee's -
per ,
It the School Board follows counties:
federal tax included .06 cents report read:
below Standard and 1.18 cents their administrators' recom- GOOD GOVERNMENTThe February 9-7 p. m. Union C InitiatedHe's
mendation, Alias Vincent will County High School cafeteria -
per gallon 'below Sinclair, the awards committee was
no be employed the ,
longer by Lake Butler
lrJ
other ,bidders. Gulf bid unanimous
only in its decision to
Bradford Board of Public Instruction -
11 SO cents per gallon for diesel recognize this public servant February 10-7 p. m. Clay not event a bona-fide
after Tuesday morn-
fuel compared to Sinclair's Ing. The School Board how- who has tirelessly worked Cove County courthouse, Oreen member yet but people are

11.73 cent and Standard's 12,37 over the past four years to Springs. d already after Starke's newest
ever, has the choice of endingthe
February 11 10
cents. a. m. city councilman
help improve
county govern
suspension or preferring
Bradford County courthouse, Merritt Williams, local State
Gulfs bid for Kerosene waa ment.
'12,BO cents per gallon Just members additional desire charges to pursue If the board other He served as chairman of Starke \limners of the Rotary CIMunh :lub'.. 28-26 basketball \lotory
over Sinclair's 12.49 cents and courses. the county commission and, Point of holding the hearings fif mown boneflt game1)r. are ( I-r) Ernest Patz, Curl Hurst, ('harl_ Sawyer, In next Tuesday right after 7

'well under Standard's 1367 as scheduled regardlessof ,\. 1. Hurry, C'ljile Tcrwlll logier l Ted Ogle p.m., feels he has already gotten
Clark said Miss Vincent was as chairman, placed the the shy, George Pled fee, Krvln: Andrew. Inns Shaw
cents. By an established policy, [Continued On Page Five] (Continued On Page Two] IContinued outcome of the reap- Hobby Burkudule/ Hud MI/HI ai Ned Tucker. his first taste of political
(whatever company ia low bid- on Page Five) life. "People even call the

house after nine o'clock at

night and want me to meet

Judge Yawn Moves To Stop Rotary Wins that them," to Williams talk about Bays, sort this or of

March of Dimes I 'Hookey Playing'with Dimes Benefit wondertngly.

A newcomer to> politics Williams

Car Wash Truancy charges will be It", to become truant from Cage ContestThe has never asked for
"Sometimes a per j.i under ofenses
filed against students, between The BHS principal said he school." This will the mem- 16 occurring! while public office. Speaking of his

7 and; 16 years of age, contacted Judge Yawn, who orandum years of age la encouragedto they were absent from appointment. last week he
Friday. Feb. :3 I I9 states, include pupils 'play hookey' by an older school. Starke' Rotary Club aid:

found away. from school or presides over the Juvenile over 17 years of age person who owns, or has access defeated the local Clvltan
"In of these "It
/ A.M. Till 1 P.M.! home during school hours Court to "get some action"on found accompanying younger to an automobile in the many children leave! instances home- Club 28-26 In a March of me.came"" as a big surpriseto

and summons. Issued for the what has become a persistent pupils.
which the school day may be 1 the morning upon the pre- Dimes benefit game playedat William replaces former ''I
parent. problem.
Faulkner'sService A for "completeand Assemblies were scheduledat spent riding aimlessly around text of going to school but t the BHS gym lost Tuesday Council Chairman Carl Hunt
request The memorandum directs
the junior and senior high the county or on trips to never arrive there. Some actually before a packed house. who waa appointed mayor lost
immediate cooperation law enforcement officers to
Station schools this week, so the Pierce sank 35
me- George a
nearby cities all withouthe go to their schools but week after Mayor Randal Chit-
in eliminating truancy and "take into custody and bringto
: morandum could be explained permission of parents or leave after their arrival. Almost foot set shot as the final ty passed away./ Both, appoint
the problems which stem Juvenile Court child
$1 Black Tires any to the students. The an- school officials. In such::: cases Invariably the parentsof buzzer sounded to bring vic- ments are only until the next
from It. was made last between the ages of 7 and 16
nouncement states to the Rotarians. The
: the person under-: 16 may be these children claim to be tory city election In. September.

$1.25 White Walls Thursday In a memorandumfrom years whom you find away "Within recent weeks the charged In the Juvenile unaware of their child s tru- game netted $100 for the But. the now city councilman
Bradford County Juvenile from his home his school
or Juvenile Court has receiveda 1967 March of Dimes Drive. has
Court with truancy which is, ancy. not decided whether he
Court Judge Thfon A. during the hours when
number of complaint that in Itself, an act of delinquency. "I do not wish to The Rotarians were paced will run to keep the office to
Sponsored Dy Yawn to all county end city school Is In session" unlesshe convey
pupils of compulsory school The older person may be the Impression that. the con- by Charles Sawyer, Gene which he will '%e appointed

TRI GAMMA law enforcement officers. leOn: attendance are seen wan- charged with contributing to duct which I have describedis Shaw Ervin Andrews Clyda Tuesday-he's going to get his
Promulgated after a conference some bon.afldeschool dering about the during Terwlllegar In addition to feet before
county the delinquency of the typical of a majority: of \wet making any
initiated by Bradford or class business.Is hours. wheen school ia in younger child which is a Pierce. Jim Temple l led all decisions like that. In his frank
our young people. Nothing
High School Supervising accompanied by his session This 1s in violationof criminal offense and Is dealt could be farther from the scorers with 18 points and and straightforward manner
Principal Connie Clark: the parent or guardian
Florida Law which requires with under established crim- Most combined efforts with Clvi- Williams says:
truth of them she hon
This Spare; Contributed announcement Is aimed at -Has a written excuse regular school attendance inal procedures orable tans Tom Casey, Marvin "I'm going to wait until I
youngsters with good
curbing problems caused by from his parent, guardian or by each child of school "In case after case we Judgement Brown, J, E. Tomlinson and see how I like serving on the
Publicize and
Weekly to a well devel-
what Clark terms a "small school official.Is age until he attains the age have found that acts of delinquency Connie Clark to hold the council before making my mind

Community Events by percentage" of the 1,200 on his way home to of 16 years. The law charges charged to a child oped conduct sense of responsibility.Such lead until the final shot by up whether to continue In city
member student body. lunch and return.Or is typical of a "
each child and his parents Pierce. politics.
occured while he was 'play-
The CommunityState small minority. The best Interests -
Judge Yawn says his office has completed the with the responsibility for Other players for the Rotarians Williams
Ing hookey. The Juvenile of the county and of is a 39-year-old insurance -
Bank has received numerous complaints tenth grade. compliance with this law. Included Ernie Pats
Court recently disposed of those who comprise this man. He U a native
about students beingon Law officials are also directed "It is also unlawful for any several cases involving minority require that truancybe Bud Mizell Jack Barry Robert of Euatis and came to Starke

Accounts now injured the streets during school to file aproprljte criminal peson to comlt any act which youngsters who committed halted at once. The Juvenile Birksdale. Nell Tucker, 12 years ago. He Is married to

up to $15,000 by hours. Clark says school officials charges against any causes or tends to ciuse: a offenses at a time when they Court Is prepared to employ and Mac Baldwin. the former\ Mrs. Carleen Lan-

Federal Deposit Insur- have Informed parents person over the age of 17 person under the age of 18 should have been in school whatever lawful Other players for the Clvl drum of Starke and 1 is a member
measures
-
ance Corp. about their\ child's .absence "whom you have reasonable years to become delinquent. Case/ have ben filed against are to attain tan Club included Bob Turner of the Masonic Lodge, the

from school, but most parents cause to believe! may have Conviction of this offensecan other youhta charging them this goal."necessary Charles Francis. David Kilts Club, and the Madison

"simply cannot believe encouraged a child under 16 result in sever penalties. Hurse and Oerald Williams. Street Baptist Church.







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Mrs. George Oldham of Jas- Mr. and Mrs. Orle Wiggins I (Mrs W. A. 'Stern. :Miss: but rather to merely locatingthe During the more than 20 example of good citizenship SELLS ANGUS BULL

per was a weekend guest of and daughter, Susan, were In Louise Stern, :Mrs! Harold ..:.1- nw courthouse within the ;years that he has practiced presented for their consider- Arthur Schulz of Brooker

t Mr. and Mrs David Mont Deland on Sunday visitingMrs. varez and BOO, Jimmy, and present county seat and In the medicine in Starke he has ation. recently sold an Aberdeen-:

W gomery. D. Lennon and Mrs. V. Judy and Patti Whitehead at- absence of any special legislation also cared for many persons The recipient of the Good Angus ''bull to Joseph Bryant

Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave and Crcnshaw. tended the Ferrante and Telch- I know of no authorityfor who did not have the finan- Citizenship Award Is: JAMES of Glen St. Mary.

Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Well Mrs. V. J. Spengler, Mrs. er piano concert at the Civic the county conrcmljMlon: to cial resources to pay for L. TEMPLE.

visited Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Emma Badman and Mr. and Auditorium Saturday evening. call l an election or expend public those services. He has takenan

GLADYS MOOTY Parker in Cocoa over the week Mrs. J. D. Warren and their Local admittances to Bradford funds for this purposo. This active role in p/ovlding

Phone 964-0631 end. families and Vicki Barksdaleand County Hospital this week office has previously held that his skills in the public;: health Sibley Resigns

Methodist Rimmurge Sale! Aldo Zelaya spent Sunday Include: J. C. Sapp, Charles there Is no county purpose In field. He helped to establish Sdveup

Feb 4, 8 a.m. to S p.m., lit In St. Augustine. Lee, Aaron Sumner, Mrs. Edna taking a 'straw vote' and hence the Bradford County Hos- From Police

:Mr, and Mrs. George Huggln !Mrs.\ Hazel Ritch, Mrs Penrl City Fish !Mkt., Brownie St. Mrs Desta Dyal Miss Del- Hart Franklin Starling Buck I no authority to spend county pital and has also helped

and family attended the 'birthday Edwards and Mrs. M. R. Juddwere Mr. and .Mrs. Russell Nor- la Rosenberg, Mrs Dean Geiger, John Monds, Timothy funds for such purposes." other physicians in th community :! After ChargePolice tof

dinner, family Reunion, in Valdosta, Ga. over the man spent the weekend In Rhoden end Mrs. Dorothy Thornton, William Hanson, I "I'm not talking," Hamilton to become 'I

and open house Sunday honoring weekend visiting (Mr. and Mrs. Chattanooga Tenr Milburger attended the Dis- ,Mra. 'Ruth iReynoldu, Dana said after the meeting when ed. eSII1.QIiSh-I' Sergeant Lane Sibley,
Luke, and Mrs. Edna Mae! asked what course he is -
Mrs. Huggins' mother Mrs. T. E. Herndon. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wingat pursuing
trict three BPW club meet- He Is the doctor for the 10cat..E.l.'r faced with charges of statutory -
Louise Jeffords! lit! Hlffli:: :Mrs! Guy Andrews!! attendee! of Callahan were weekend Brennan, all of Starke; Mrs. I to obtain an election ; .
TDUPont. i resigned Monday
In Companyithis rape
Macclennv Sunday.Mrs.
Springs on her 88th annlver- the lecture given by Dr. Joyce guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tyler ins \ Arlen McKnight on Is Ida (May Bishop and Mrs Ab- on the issue In the face of 6:. itiIidM Railroad and] from the Starke Police Department ,
sary. Brothers at the Gainesville Jones. bie Harley of Lawtey Airs. I the Dec. 19 opinion and the ; I .

Effective Sundry, Feb. 5 New Womans Club on Monday morn- Mrs. O. E. 'McGauley has: returned attending/ the Public Health Dovle Sibley and Mrs. Patricia fact that every election must medical Hercules, Incorporated. He Is Slbley submitted his resignation -
advisor the local
annual supervisors conference to
Telephone Number DeS itt C. inpr. to her home In Palatka Wingate 'of Ke.:;,atone be authorized by statute to Police Chief Bill Ko'.- I i
at the State Board of draft board and Is licensed
Jones Fui '>ral Home Ambulance Mr. and Mrs. Crosby H. after a week's visit with Mr. Heights; Emory Johns, Mrs. 01- ; after a warrant
Health in Jacksonville by the U. S. Civil Aeronautics ser shortly
building -
Service 18STARKE Dawk Ins and daughters of and Mrs. Charles Hardy.Mr. lie Hodges and Mrs. Isabel Four HonoredBy was !issued by the Bradford
on Thursday and Fri- {Mann of Lake Butler, Mrs. Administration as their !
961.6200 Jacksonville were Saturday and :Mrs. L. C. Aaanui: I, County :judge's office.
(Mrs. Jack Waters and, dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Visited ''Mr. and Mrs. :M\ P.I day.Mr. Norma Marie Melton and Mrs aviation safety repersentatlve Bald he ,
daughters, Susanne and Frances W. H. Nollman. Flynn in Daytona Beach on : and Mrs. Don Ray Til- Dolly Jo Williams of Hampton; Chamber for student and private pi- Sibley to save was resgu.agvoluntarily the de- I

Ford, of Tallahassee, and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Moore Sunday.Mr. ley of Jacksonville were Sun- and William Beckham of Haw lots.He pantment, from embarrassment j j, through the State Farm

their guest, Roberto Martinezof and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Prattof and Mrs. George Powell: day dinner guest of her thorne. [Continued:) From Page One] takes an active role as The warrant charges that I i I "CAR FINANCE PLAN"
Argentina, South America :Madison were Saturday eve- and Mrs. J. II Fields were parents Mr. and Mrs, J. G. 1 a director of the Board of Sibley committed the offense |

I were last Thursday and FrIday ning visitors of Mi. and Mrs. visiting friends and relatives In Jackson county road system on an the Community State Bank on or about lost October M Here's how you may save
visitors o; Airs. Vergle R. IS. Patterson Jr. Apopka and Cocoa last week. Effective Sundwy. Fell. B' New 'Now' Is KeyChamber orderly program and procedure is a Mason and, Shrlnor an with an unmarried fema.e un- when you buy your next

Flynn. Air. Martinez is one of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Mathews The Powells returned to their Telephone.. Number DeWItt. C. for maintenance purposes. avid golfer and a member of der the age of 18, wno was of car through the State Farm

the 32 exchange students visit- of Cordele, Qa. spent the weekend home In Newton, N. C. Mon. Jones Jo'lIn'rtllllome AmbulanceService He provided':! the leader- the Starke Golf and Country previous chaste character.He "Car Finance Plan." You

ing Tallahassee with the Op- | with Mr. and lira. Elden day after ten days visit with l IsSTARKE. Told ship to the commission to instigate Club. He Is also a member: of posted a $3,000 bond at save on financing with the
eration Amigo group. Mrs. Mathews and Mrs. Vernon Mrs. Fields. 961-6200( () a purchasing programof th'ls' Chamber of Commerce. noon Tuesday. low-cost auto loan I'll help

Flynn took her guests on a |Smucker. They all attended the Attending the Dr. Joyce Mrs. Logan Oav underwent supplies and equipment He is the recipient of the Police Chief BUI Rosser said you arrange bank.through And you'llget a co.

tour of the Jacksonville NAS 1 Circus in Jacksonville Saturday Brothers lecture at the Uni- surgery last Wednesday:! In I Continued' From Page One] which has resulted in the Public Health Award becauseof that the 28-year-old Slbley. his I operating economical State Farm

and downtown Jacksonville night. versity of Florida auditorium St. Vincent's Hospital. savings of untold thousands the many services he has been with the department three Mutual automobile Insur

_ iMcuvlay night were Mrs Mrs. N. N. Skinner has returned Mrs. Mitchell was given a if taxpayers' dollars. performed In the past( that years. He is married and the ance. For complete .
George Flynn Jr., Mrs. R. V. to her home In Law- sterling silver coffee and tea Recognizing the high cost' have benefited many Bradford father of two children details call: 'OA" MID

NEURITIS and SCIATICA Turner, Mrs. J. B. Godwin renceburg, Tenn. after six service from the Chamber for of the welfare program, he County citizens.We I me today 1 ___

'Mrs. R. J. Chastcen, Mrs. T. weeks visit with Rev. and all the hours her huband was helped Initiate the present honor: DR. HERLONG 1KW POST TO MEET: ,

Neuritis is a painfnl inflamntion of a nerve with O. Ritch, Mrs. J. E Denmark, Mrs. V. J. Ragsdale away from home on Cham- food commodities program H. ADAMS\ O.V TIIUKSDVYS MIIWMutual 'N'UUNC"STATE

impairment of power nnd sensation! to the part< and Mrs. Maxle" Carter Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reddish ber business during 1066. 'vhtch' has resulted in a reduction GOOD CITIZENSHIPThe Automohlfo. tatuninct. Comptny
Mr. and Mrs Frank Gladlng And Mr and l Mrs. Rich- awards committee did Hom Olliu Bloomliuton IlllatU
supplied by the nerve. The term is i most frequently The Annual Report Cham- In welfare costs. The newly organized VFW
of of Coatsvllle Pa were visiting ard Carter spent the week- ber Manager-Secretary Peter Several years ago when the not have an easy Job In any Post will meet at 8 p.m. on MERRITTWILLIAMS
when there is involvement
employed an nerves Mr. and Mrs. :Malcolm Pownallthe end at Cedar Keys J. Novak accompanied by i courts ruled the Florida Leg- of Its decisions for all can- the first and third Thursday
going to either arm. Sciatica is a neuritis of the body past two weeks. Miss Harriet Goodman has movie slides showed the aud- islature unconstitutional, the didates for each award were of each month. Temporary

extending from the small of the back down the Effective Sunday, Feb. 8 New returned to the University of ience, which packed the county commissioner.'. Blond deserving of being oo honored meeting place Is the Starke

entire length of the legs. It i fa extremely painfuland Telephone Number DeWItt C. MI/lfI/ !>url. Columbia. Mo.\ : aftera Starke Golf and Country with others, recognized the but each candidate:! selected armory. Last week's statementthat 117 N. Walnut St.

frequently renders the patient bedridden. Jones Funeral Home AmbulanceService weeks visit with her parents Club how much physical progress fact that after reapportionment was selected by an unanimous the post would meet on I Phone 964-5391

1'1STARKE Mr. and :Mrs! Seebiir was made In the coun- legislative power would decision as was the Mondays was an error.
Of all conditions: which respond to ChiropracticIt 9616200Mrs. Goodman between semesters ty during the 12 months of lie with the metropolitan I 3se with the final award.

may be said that neuritis responds most readilyto Sarah\:> Law Un under Barrv Reddish son of Mr. 1966. areas of our stat He conceived He has actively supportedmany
is that most of went surgery last ThursdayIn and Mrs. Vernon Reddish worthwhile civic en-
adjustments.\ reason cases Novak reminded the members the Idea of pledging |
.* St. Vincent's Hospital andIs underwent minot surgery In BraJford's. bond leavers over a long period of:
neuritis results from a disturbance of body mech- and guests of "ace track funds to a
anics and displacements of spinal vertebrae creating expected home this' week t. Luke's Hospital on WedS expanding school system ex- Issue! In order to assure our time. Hecontinues to build I

end.Mr. nesdav.Methndht! : pansion of Big Dad Manu- county of continued racetrack coed; cltizenshop by providing
irritation of the involved
nerve. and Mrs. Doyle Crews Itinyunirge Bale,
facturing Company new revenue. After It war leadership to our young peo-
Any sufferer from neuritis should avail himself and family, who have spent rvt>. 4, B a.m. to 5 p.m., at home construction, the new decided that the bond !Issue ple. His profession! is in the (I A
the past three years in Eng- City Fish Mkt., Brownlws St. Meld of education and presently -
of Chiropractic without delay.A armory new Civil Defense would be sold for the purpose
land, will leave for further Friends of Ralph Alvarez headquarters the expanded of building a new courthouse I serves In the administration -

Public Service of the Northeast Florida service In Maryland today. will regret to hear that he agricultural Industry headedby I this candidate saw the of one of Bradford:! ,
Thursday, after two weeks suffered a serious heart attackon I COURT STREET
Chiropractic Assn. poultry, timber, and bond through to final ap County's schools. -
visit with their parents Mr. Tuesday of last week: and fund .--
strawberries. proval. Our county was one He has often headed up ACROSS FROM
and Mrs. Khbi- Crows In Is confined to Bethesda Hospital :
state to "aislnK and various
Chamber's annual awards of the first In the programs COURTfIOUSETHE
Mr and Mrs. In Boynton Beach. Visit-
Starke and went to four outstanding citizens -'et bond approval and many -nisades to assist charities
; Rouse in New River. ing: him are his daughter Miss : for their continuing efforts counties in Florida have fol- such as the Natlonpl Foundation -
BIG TENT REVIVALSOULS' Mundy an! Dorothy Alvarez and sister,
W. B.
Mrs. In behalf of the count' lowed suit, using the Bradford etc. I '
Sale In 'Atlanta Mrs. Paul Raymond.
Mrs. Guy were and Harold over many years. Those reco- bonding program as e He has been in the ministry I
1. E. Jordan
MIRACLE CRUSADE Oa. from Sunday to '
,
attending the Jordan ol Ovleda and Miss gnized were: Good Govern ulde. and continues to provide 1 I IITCIIEN{

Wednesday Jean LeGear of Winter Park ment George Roberts The men who drafted the spiritual guidance when call-,
JESS
BENNETT
Fashion Mart. U
COMES TO
J. were weekend guests of Mrs. Good Samn'ltanMrs.: Min- Constitution of the United ed upon to do so. I
T. Lawson
HIGH SPRINGS Mr. and Mra. Carrie Ritch and Miss Annie nie Louise Tyus: Public States as the basis of organ- He Is serving his second
and Mrs. W. E. Lawson wel'evisiting '
Darby. Health Dr. H. H. Adams ized government stated thatIt term as president of an organization -
Auburn-\
relatives In
Highway 411 and 41 North 1 Mile dale Sunday. Mr. and (Mrs. Billy Moore and and Good Citizenship would consist of statesmen whose motto Is OPEN 6:00 A.M.
on Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Pratt of James L. Temple. rather than politicians.< In "Builders of Good Citizen ,,
AT AL'S 41 TRUCK STOP
Mrs. H. C. Park of Meri- "
:Madison were' weekend guestsof Printed programs lor the other words, men who would ship. '

: BEGINS SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5 dian'to Monday. Miss. 'spent with; Wednesday!Mr. and! Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett.Mr. banquet were dedicated to act In the interest of the He recently traveled mAny''': BREAKFAST 750

and Mrs\ C. S. Haddock former Mayor Randal Chitty "Ubllc rather than self. We miles to help! a political candidate -
Service .____________ 7:30 P.M. Mrs. David Coats.
Night
Every : Rhodes :of attended the special convocation -t I who died recently a victim of must have men who disregard whom he believed
Clealon
Mrs.
services for honor Students I cancer. The Inscription over political pressures an:!! most qualified for the job.
.
FOR ALL PEOPLE OF ALL CHURCHES Oldtown. was guest of Mr.
last at St. Johns River Junior the much-liked and respected harrassments self interests. He Is also a good husbandand

U People will be coming from far and near for week.:and: Mrs. C. L. Cooper College in Falatka on former mayor read "He Did and political experlcncy In father, and was consid- DINNER$1.OO

I Wednesday afternoon In which What He Could." performing their duty regardless ered b the awards committee -
: this man's Prayer of Faith See and hear this Miss Christa Joellenbeck of >
Linda Holton, Phyllis Had- .
Kay the
of consequences.For
1067 Chamber officers are as the most outstanding
of God he tells their afflictions and her
man as people Miami was visiting .. dock, and Peggy Shanbarger David L. Coats president: the reasons stated and

many things about themselves in this area-wide brother-in-law. Dr. mid,...Mrs. were on the honor list. George Pierce, vicepresident many other reasons we are I
.
D. W. Whlffen this week. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Cooperof that the 1
I Buford Mitchell Immediate pleased to announce
: SALVATION HEALING HOLY GHOST REVIVAL Methodliit. Rummage Sol,I ;
Jasper were Sunday guestsof past president; recipient of the Good Government -
FVb." 4. 8 a.m. tn 5 p.m., .nt
Come Expecting: and Believing God For The City Fish Mkt., Brnwnlee St. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Wayne Whlffen Treasurer, Award Is- GEORGE i
Rlchardes als.ohad
''Rlch rde. The
: Miracle\ In Your Life Heb. 13:8 Evangelist Gospel Simon j Rivers of Lake City luncheon and Peter J. Novak, secre- W. ROBERTS.

: Center, Inc and Mrs. Jessie Parsons ore guests,as Mrs Tuesday Annie R. Normanand tary-manager. GOOD The SAMARITAN awards committee r 4 good reapwhy

Heated Tent I patients in the Starke Nura- Mrs. George Wilson of 1967 members of the Board deliberated the ,
j ing Homo. of Directors are S. L. Peek carefully on
Jacksonville, and Miss Margery
receivedand
a Averil and :Mlsa Leona Gau- Jr. Boscom [FBndl I Mizell recommendations

I tier of Atlantic Beach They ,J. Thomas L Casey. Jr. J. imous decision reached to the award unan-the it's time to buy

a attended funeral services for Charles Sawyer, Loyree
I Good Samaritan Award to a
Mrs. Kate Heiberger Carter Cocomlse, Dr. T. G. Ritch.
Torode Brine Patz. woman who for seven yearscared
John
Tuesday afternoon.
clenree. Roberts, Jr.. Eugene for the indigent and '
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Johnstonof 67
a '. Saginaw, Mich. were guests F. Shaw, Gus Kopt-lousos. comforted the 111 beyondthe your Mustang

of Mr. and Mrs Leo Championthe Tom H Slade Sr., and Clyde call of duty. She gave
help and aid to those afflicted -
Terwlllegar.
past ten days.
Mrs. Ervin Andrews and Appointed directors Include with mental and physical

a children and (Mrs. Dave Paulk Carl Hurst, Starke City handicaps and she aided In
'I ..S.SK
.
their rehabilitation.In 1
attended the Circus In Jack. Council; o. T. HuKglns.
sonville Monday afternoon.Mrs. addition she owned and
a Bradford County Fair Association
( Paul Faulkner and Mrs. Don Hill. Hampton operated the only nursing
Woodrow Thomas took their home In the area and never
City Council; Randy Johns
aunt, Mrs. TUlie Cortoitt, backto Starke Jaycees: James Temple turned away a patient who

her home In Tampa Satur- Starke Civltan Club and could not financially afford

day after three weeks/ visit Dr. Harry Omen Staike Golf nursing home services. =
After she sold her nursing o a T ar--.m- -
here with relattvs. s s
& Club.
Country
TAKE THIS FIRST STEP Methodist Rummage Sale, home she gave mane piecesof 1 4 i
r%'b. 4. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., at equipment to the Bradford:! _

City Fish Mkt., Brownlee St. CourthousePlans County Loan Closet which
TO SECURITY
Mrs George Bennett of Or continues to aid those Bradford

lando and Airs. Virginia Smithof County residents who

a Jacksonville. were Tuesday AreBlocked need assistance.The ..Oil* visitors of Mis. J. E. Wilson. Good Samaritan now 1O'1'1 ."

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. VinIng honored Is: MRS. MINNIE ,, a Ja
in..and
Stop start S.n.jng.Add '
and family of Palatka were LOUISE TYUS. I'

to your account regularly Sunday dinner guests ot Mr. AgainContinued PUBLIC IIEALTII 'I ..7 Mustang Hardtop
for real security. and Mrs. L. D. Vlnlnjr.;\ Bradford County U indeed
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ritch fortunate to have In Its

a had as Tuesday! evening din- [ From Page One] midst a medical man who

ner guest Dave Greenwald of try to get decision I has brought several hundrednew
a soon as
Quincy. you can?" babies Into this world.! 1. You'll ba driving America's No. 1 Fun Car .
Effective Sunday. Fel 8 New Hamilton replied with an I the one that's outsold all Imitators by over a million. Prices start as low as

Telephone :Number DeWItt C. 2. You'II live It up In the all-new, larger, sportier
emphatic "yes" and a big nod ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH
a Jones. Fund-rut) Home Ambulance of his head. He said that If I Starke j I Mustang, loaded with better Ideas for '67 3. You'll

a a Aa Service l IsSTARKE the opinion he Is awaiting Is i get the best deal In town. 4. A rough winter Up $239000Yes

961.6200 received before the next regular Sunday Maim" ______ 9:15: a.m.' north has loaded us with extra Mustangs that

TELEGRAPH commission meeting on I Thursday' Mam __ 6 p.m.I must move now. q@ the
A Classified Ad In the prices on sporty hew
a results. March 1, he (will contact Shu- I Saturday Miraculous. Medal. Mustang Hardtop start at an
brings Novena. __....______ 7 ''
a ford so a special session can p.m. Visit your unbelievably; .low figure., Sea
a be called.. OonfIwolon.I\ p.m. I us today for our low prices,
a
.___ ...____., 1- Ford Countryheadquarters
THE BRADFORD During the discussion, Hamilton and :30 p.m. 1mBJ' l I I high trade-ins and easy monthly
I Holydary Macon _____ 6 :
ala I would not agree to allow p.m. I II. terms to suit; your budget:Get
COUNTY TELEGRAPH Architect Frank George to Ford Dealer's
) your selling price.
!
continue work on plans for the I. ST. WILLIAMS CHURCH[ today
al I Iat Published every Thursday Keystone heights i
new building. He did not agree 1 ;
I PLANNING A NEW HOME?
at 138 W. Call) St..
: with Johns that the bUilding Sunday brass ______ 7:30: a-m.'
I I Starke.: Fla. 82091 George plans will fit on any Wednesday. Mass ____ 6 p.m.I
Come In and Visit Our Home Center. I
: Planning Second class postage paidat site chosen Monday Miraculous. Medal.

S Starke, Fla. The Dec. 19 opinion from Novena -- __.. -_? 7 p.m.1' Terwillegar Motors
Att. Gen. Earl Faircloth states: Inquiry C'6:1__ p.m.]

Subscription Rates: "Under provisions of Chap- Confessions: BetteIUICI! on

In trade area: $3.50) per I ter 138, Florida Statutes, there I j Wednesday & Sunday. 206 W. MADISON

Savings and Loan Association year; 42.00 six month. Is authority to hold an elec-i Holyilny Mass .. __ 7 ....... PHONE 964-3381
tlon upon a petition to change|
I E. L. Matthews, editor and I the county seat. It is ST. MARY'S CHURCH Your Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford

;1 OF STARKE ,GA\ ; publisher I stood, however, that under.j Macclcnny And Union Counties .'.:- : .'i, '
Outside trade area: $".00 Bradford
County's)
(
!! :Mm ___ 11:30 .
218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 961-0300 per year! $225: MX month the question! does not relateto Sunday ? a.m.ConfpwInnHI I . .- -
I h..fo.11111": .. . .
changing: : the? county ,et: ", .. ... ..:" '. ._ :"". '_. lot )
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BRADFORD COrNTT TTMlailArn. RTAI 1"P. 1'LORiTA ,\ Trram
THURsn\V. FEB. 2, 1967


I i ....u ....d.._ .".. Yawn Worship, 11 a m. Training the weekend of Mrs F. O I days In mil
CourtThe
WSCS Members Judge Mayor's
Union, 6:30: p, m. Evening Conner. I Leslie Ooon> Entertain Guild rJ mI J Will Address ->. Vllp, 7;::30. Midweek Mrs. Louise Moore has returned following cases were conduct by disturbingthe

I, Prayer Service Wednesday from a. two months disposed of In Mayor's Court peace:: '$27.50 or five
L"I L\ *' Woman's Club
At Fun Party'The ,"\'.; :" .'.. I ,..u. }1oOIV. M. L. 'laggart, visit with her daughter and Tuesday night: says: disorderly conduct by
I ." "i. pastor. family Mr. and Mrs O. D. piofane and indecent language -
Ervln Jones voluntary Intoxication -
I f' \ Judge T. A. Yawn
WSCS ..., County
Methodist n'
0 0 New .
and children of
tertulnod the Wesleyan ServI. I will speak on "Youth and'I C1IUKCI1 SUP. ERA Moran $2750 or five 827 SO or five dove
supper was Riven at the York. rtnyn Timothy Petcher, charged
GLADYS MOOTY Ice Guild at a "fun party'; ;" You at the StarkI'70mlu1'H.I Klngsley Lake Church last Mrs. E. M. Norton and I Autry Lee Haddock disor with petit theft; t.1"" dimfaued. ..-
Wednesday.Feb
Fellows Club meeting
in
Phone M4-0631 Tuesday night
Saturday night honoting the daughter visited Mrs Rich- .
:
conduct and
derly by profane
8, at 3 :30( p. m. In the
Hall.Members !three young( men who will be I ard Macheda and daughterIn Indecent language $27.80 or
and guests were club house I
I going into the Army In Februarv. Jacksonville last Friday. WUJUAM UIlNUt! "-
five while -
I days. driving under
asked to dress in old clothes Judge Yawn will be Intro-
They are Ricky Crews "BOY OF MONTH-
the Influence of
liquor
and a typical country stylo duced by Mrs V. J. Spenslcr 0
progrnkn' was conducted I by chairman of the Public Affairs son of Mr. and Mrs Charles 2 SJRJC Grads 452.50 or ten days. William Howard Miner tr

Mrs. M. W. CreBBler. asulsti Department. All youth Crews: John Bradley, son of From BradfordTwo Henry Oorden. voluntary Intoxication senior at Forrest HUSH\' SchooT

by Mrs. ,V. B. Sewell and Mrs.' 0'I 0'f f' groups in the County are Invited Mr. and Mrs J. L. Bradley; $27.50 botia for- In Jacksonville 11beerr;

Buford! Mitchell. All the guesta I, to have a representative and Jimmy Blackshear. son Bradford County stu-i feited. named "Boy: of the MontIYby "*
take In charades of Mr. and Mrs. James Joseph Mitchell,. voluntary
had to part ." of their organization attend dents, Julia Talbl Orlffls the Jacksonville Exchange.
enacting nursery rhymes with this informative meet Blackshear. Intoxication, $27.50. bond for Club. .'
and David W. Wiggins, were
0 PERSONALS:
prizes given to the wlnn.lng' I feited. Son of Mrs. Betty Miner of"
the S7 graduatingfrom
j ingClub Misses! Judy and Patti among
teams Isaah Allen, voluntary intoxication -
members are asked to St. Johns River Junior Jacksonville and {lanason{ of
A highlight of the evenIng' Whitehead attended a musIcal $27.50 or five
bring a paperback hook to Mrs. Effie Miner ol Law ley"
College at the end of the I
show by Oerrants and
directed
band" '"
the "swingn 0
was days.
this meeting for the Veteran' December trimester. he Is an A student and has'been
and'' Telcher at the Jacksonville voluntary
by Mrs. Nelson Green James Boule. Sr -
W1A' of 1MI' I H.[ Miss Lois HagueIs !! Hospital Civic Auditorium last Satur- The class nearly doubledthe bond awarded a scholarship'at
composed & Intoxication $52. 0
s} Futch'\\ Hostesses for the after dnv night.Eftertive. old record, of 45 for a.. Rollins Colleue in Winter
Mrs. V. J. Ragadale,
George Huggins, Mrs I EngagedTo noon will be: Chairman Mrs. Siiiuliry. Feb, S New December graduation. forfeited. Park. He is also at:live ir\'
S. L. Peek Jr.,. Mrs S. L. bt.udentswere Cornelius Bus Jr. volun- church ScoutinK and extracuriicular ,--
Green, Mrs. I., J. Green, Mr Mr. WeaverThe Telephone" Number !)<'\\ltt C. Five Clay County
Warren Winkler, :Mrs. C. i S. Peek Sr.. Mrs. F. J. Pellum. .'"n_ t.'ulI\rlllliome nilinkuire also in the class: Jane tary intoxication, $27.50 activities, at his

ArO Haddock, and Mrs Titus Olson engagement of Miss Mrs. E. K Ferryman Mrs. S"r'IcI.IcSTARKE Louise Lancaster, Stephen bond forfeited. school.A .
.p MtlJ.- Lois Amanda Hague to Gerald U O. Powell, Mrs. M. L. Pharls Lowe. Charles Swan- Leonard D. Conger, voluntary -
M Proctor Jr.. Mrs. H. C Hitch, 96 1-G200 released! to .
Lathan Alfred Varnado o Intoxication: ClantlfliHl Ail, In the TELE
The "concert" was a prelude Douglas' Weaver is announced son.
V. Mrs L. F. Dinkins, Mrs. W. Mrs. W. E. Oliver anddaughter Eileen Cynthia I leave town after Mcrvitw> HA I'll reaatts.DENMARK'S .
to tho period play, "Tii by hrr parents, Wand sucsts during II and ) twos I II G brings
Winkler wore (
.
S. Hans, Mr/ Warren -
i I
DutchcHS Bounces' In, enacted Mis Hoylc B Hague i of Weaver.
R by Mrs. N. L. Ketchie: Mti! Lake Geneva. Mr Weaver Is and:! Mrs! James BloodIwOl.t.h. .
.
Charles Sawyer, Mrs. W. 1 B. the son of Mr. and Mia. J. i C.

Sewell, Mm. Paul Bridges, Mr Weaver of Palatka. I I
ANNUAL
.if"-
......f-:' ,.' Buford Mitchell Mrs. W. 1 B. Miss Hague gradual* Girl Scouts
Jr., and ;Mrs L J.
JI.vi... ,: -' Thompson from Keystone Heights Hli/;
., 1*" Green, and narrated by Mr School In 1965 and Mr. Weaver And Brownies
'j( Cressler. The comical costume
Is a 1961 graduate of Pa-
.,-.. -'"\ ..,. of tho actors highlighted tht! latka High School and Is, Hold InvestitureThe

.' program. employed by Hudson Pulp; Girl Scouts and Brown
erved II1Tifl
Refreshments were [
and Paper Corporation /L
, from a table covered with a Ic Troops. 604, 605 InvcHtltun and 60'
held their annual
red and white checked: cloth lr
and centered iwth a unique, arrangement BPW Club Meets Service at the Starko Woman':
5i Thursday evening, Jan
I 1k ; of kitchen gadget Club on

on a foil reflector and encl At Keystone Height 26.The merchandise
L U k cled with pink camellias. In following girls receive Most of these items are close-outs we must move them for new

I charge of refreshments was The Starke BPW Club met fly-up wings from Brownie for valentine and can see the terrific
ideal -
Siemer Becomes Bride gifts you
You'll find
Peggy Joyce 'Mrs. George Huggins, (chat last Friday night at the home Scouts to Junior Girl Scouts: many
I of Mrs. Evelyn Haney In.. Key- China Crosby, Dobbin Meyer
Of Leon H. Harris In Church Rites man of Local Church Activities savings
and her committee. stone Heights, with President Susan Faulkner, Clarice Kvuns,

I The Madison Street Baptist forming the nuptials. Approximately /50()> members Bea Klmmons presiding. Marlene flirt, Theresa Croft,
made to t Ihe Torodo Becky Payne, I
donation ,
was Sally
I A
Church was the settingfor Centering the altar wen and guests, enjoyed this u.n- '
the wedding of Peggy candelabras holding tal nual get-together. State Chamber of Commerce Kay Izlar and Sherrie Coata ,'. '. ._: '_ -" fi.l,'! iL c ;
Chair of Business in honor of The above filrls crossed over
Marie Siemer, daughter or( burning tapers forming an
Mlas Lllla White, the first the bridge from Brownie Scout;
Mrs. Marie M. Siemer of arch, and flanked by ache WomenTo
Junior OUT
president of the Florida Fed to Girl Soonts and received CLOSE ONLY 2
Starke and Leon H, Harris, flera plants, candelabra and
Hear ration, of BPW Clubs. their Girl Scout pins from Mm ,
Huggins
son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis floor baskets holding whit
''Oesta Dyal gave a brief summary Tom Casey Jr. : ON
Harris of Ralford. on Satur- gladioli pompoms and plum The executive 'board of the of Costa! iRlca, In pre. Seven girls !were Invested In 9 PC. West Bend Cooks best
day Jan. 14 at 8 p. n.. with osus fern. Starke Junior Woman's Club paratlon for the Florida State Girl Scout' Troop 6O5 by Mrs. Fieldcrest Thermal WeaveBLANKETS

Rev. Not'man Redding per- Mrs. L. A. Canova. organ will meet at the home of 1'ofrs. BPW tour, March 10-13. Della V. J. Spongier, leader: Larali
1st, rendered nuptials mush report (on Shirley Ann Wllllnme.
Harold Godwin, on Thursda' ; Rosenberg gave a Temple TEFLON COOKWARE
and accompanied Gerald Mrs. Izlar,
SEE Feb. 2, at 8 p.m. proposed legislation and Margaret Mitchell Lynn
I Williams, soloist, who sans The regular meeting of the Haney reported on pf'rBonal and Shirley Ann Carter.
1 "Because" and the "Weddlnf club will be held Monday nigh, development for the mont, Girl Scouts with three or 72"x90" Choice of Colors*

"HiNEIGHBOR" Prayer." Feb. 6 at 8 o'clock in the club Mrs. Bertie Olson reportedthe on .more years In Scouting re
'Ray Harris, brother of the house. The program topic will, bazaar held during the' celvcj year pins. : Cathy Casey, IU G. $495 Sale Only $95$ ?

groom, served as best mar be "Major Conservation Pro!- holidays which will be an an. Rhonda Edwards, Connie Chas $8,93 Close-Out ,et

I and the ushers were' Joe lems in Bradford County," wit nual event.A teen, Debbie Bobo. Shelll

Harris and Sharon Norman. George Huggins County Agent, program on the recent Smith, Linda Stephens, Sherr;; ., ,, ,
Miss Martha Siemer served as the speaker. Civil Defense Institute for< Solze, Ann Starling, and Debbie BilffBililll B T* .' r : &;.. :':J.iT"'i\iIIr.! \ wnmi.

her sister as maid of honorin Mrs. Wayne Whlffen will Emergency Prepurdneas was Spengler.
WITH
a emerald green velvet,, be hostess for the evening. given by Miss Rosenberg. Members of Senior Girl Scou 1 ONLY QUILTED SOFA 1 ONLY .- STRATOLOUNGERFoam
JIM WATSON
street length dress with a brocade The following members attended 607 were cupped by their leader -
cummerbund. She carrIed th District III meetIng Mrs Spengler: Debra Johns, Sent Hack und Foot
sleeves and small satin covered ( last Sui Susan Betty Jo Warren, Moulded Rubber Cushions $1199.5
I And On a crescent bouquet of In Macclenny Fogg $14995 Rest Avocado.
dark carnations with buttons down tha bodice day, where the Starke chhad and Doris Ann Spengler.The : -CLOSE-OUT -UT
green back and sleeves. The dree REG. $189.93 KEfi. $1I..9(.!) );;) ( I.()
of the afternoon Senior Girl Scouts put
streamers of ivy puff. of nlle charge '
February 6 1967 I featured alencon lace app!,- session DOI'Othy) skit "The Rltf'.it: and r
green tulle and satin. streamers. workshop : on a PC. Living Room Suites
In her hair she wore a ques delicately frosted wit Mllberger, Delia RoHenberi, Wrong Way to Conduct a Girl 3 ONLY DANISH Chairs 2 Only-2
Hear Special Guest! rosette and Irldescents, seed pearls and Desta Dyal, and Dean Rhode: Scout meeting." :
velvet
"
matching
teardrop crystals on tho bodIce -0 The next district meeting Mrs. R. S. Mullins' patro Loose Reversible Founi Cushions :

George Huggins tulle.Miss snanborger skirt and chapel trap will be held at the Thunderbird made puppets and produced Reversible Foam Cushions! $3 995 I Turej." 1 Gold; >l l $ 3995V

Peggy Harold Branham Her only ornament was i a. Motel it* Jacksonville,, a puppet show for the Scouts KEG. $51.93. : CLOSE-OUT ."h mw<; $17J.!) !>::5-ri.OSE-OI'T: (
Urad ford CountyAgricultural and Mrs. diamond and a pearl teardrop April 89. and their parents, and the Junior -
served as' bridesmaids In a gift from thl groom I Scouts sang two songs. TABLE LAMPS
f Agent gowns identical to the honor Her elbow length illusion vel i Mrs./ Judy Dukes) Investoi. 1 Only -- Early American Sofa $3 50

attendant except with no was held In place by a double I I 1st Christian the following: Brownies: Denies 1 OF A KIND

6:45 A.M.on cummerbund. They also car-Of tier headpiece of lace, pearls I I i House Coats. Sharon Crosby, Chris BeigbPrin 3 Fours Cu IlKCJ. $!).!CLOSK-OL'T: ; .
ried crescent bOUquets and teardrop crystal Sh Molds Open Crosby, Cindy Cissy, Gloria i t Cover hion$14995
dark green carnations with of Strickland, Lisa Kkard, Barbara -
bouquet
carried crescent .
a
streamers of ivy and puffs of white carnations, llly-of-the <\t ParsonageMembers Godwin, and Debra John- lIEn $179.95-CLOSI _'. -_. .:. --t"-ln."l.--\.o.;; : : ;; ''P.Iiri.! ...,..,

POWERFULCHANNEL nile green tulle and satin alley and streamers of Ivy of the First Chrlf son. Brownies receiving year 1 Only Quilt-Aire Spring Foam
streamers. In their hair they at were Kathy Dykes, Sonja COFFEE TABLES
with puffs of tulle. This wa ian: / Church entertained pins ODD
12 wore matching velvet roset- placed on a white Bible, 'pre 'open' house": Sunday afternoon, Biggs, Karen Croft, Jennie and Box Spring
tes and tulle. ended to her by the Y W. A, it their new parsonage on W.can Lynn Hamilton Jennifer Jockey Mattress 1 Walnut Mahogany Blonde I.UeA' I.

WFGATVJACKSONVILLE The bride was lovely In a of the Madison Street! Baptist Street, the former Register Darlene Stand), Cindy Step.
II I I lowing[( white bridal satin l Church. home. hens, and Kathy Walnwn;;lit. Combination For Double) HeelREG. $9995 $12.!);) $5 00

gown with soft rounded Mrs. Siemer chose fcr heaughter's I Members: and guests were Sponsor I awards were givento Clone-Out .
I neckline, full length taperedTHOMAS wedding a gold greeted at the door\ by the pa- the Starke Womans. Club, $159.50-CLOSE-OUT I Set ;
rocade dress and coat com- tor and his wife, Mr. and Mm the Junior Woman's Club, und : _' '-... ,.:" ',: :" ; ,::.;;1i.: .;:. :'-'

>llmented with a green carnation harlea: Reese. the Beta Sigma Phi sororityThe 2 SETS-SPRING AIR CENTURY
corsage. The refreshment table wa Junior Woman's Club was 3 Only Early American WingBack -

:; Mis. Harris was attired 1 1i Ina .ttractlve with a white cut In charge of refreshments with MATTRESS and BOX SPRING
La-
iLs drew rock cloth and centered wILl Mrs Eugene Tanner, Mrs.
silk two piece Chairs
pink Rocking
i Curtis
bowl cnrirclei Vern Outlaw, and 'Mrs.
with which !she wore ft, pink Ii crystal punch Combination for Double
with red white, and pink ca Edwards: serving!
.
i carnation corsage.A m,11I8", Heels $$9995 Loo,h"<> Foam Cushions in Seat
held Inthe
,, church reception education was build. Approximately 5fl) friend Rti(:, $139.99: -CLOSE-OUT: Set and h Hack $$2 995

I Ing where baskets! of gold ailed during the party houn i Dimes Benefit IlE(:. $:.ll.l.! >-CLOSE) : OUT '

Ii i leaves and sunburst arrangements Movie Net $200The 3 Walnut 4-Drawer Chests
I of gladioli and mums Joint Meeting Of Only-
TIRE
tanked the bride's table movie, "The Kiiig and RUBBER -

I i The table was covered with Elementary; PTA'sThe 1"[ was shown to tile local REGULAR $39.5)3: ;
i a white satin and lace cloth elementary and junior high $1995
tiered wed- Starke Elementary anc Tuesday MATS CLOSK-Ot; ) .
and held a three school students on 'DOOR Farhr
dJng cake topped with weddIng outhslJe Elementary PTA'swl1l atthe and Wednesday of th!.. week I
bells. At the base were hold a Joint meeting with the proceds going to the
white camellias and fern. At SouthHide Iem'ntarycafeteria 1967 March of Dim<. Campaign 1 Only-Walnut 3 PC. Bedroom Suite

the corners of the cloth were on Tuesday, Feb. 7,, Reg. $1.75 Now $$1 Q.Qh
, at t 8
p.m. of
whIte satin bows. Robert Barksdale, owner \
h Bed I
A film, "Fight for Blotter Double Dresser Chest: $ \35
cov.ered the
The punch table was the FlorIda Theater had
with a white!' linen cloth Schools,' will be shoiwn.attend All showing in connection with KEG. $129.95!) ; -CLOSE-OUT{) 77/' _

A. EDISON HORN FEB. 11, 1817 and centered with! a. cut glass embers[The executive are urged boards to will the March of Dimes drive. ,

punch bowl belonging! to theide's at 7 o'clock, lee of the threater and the Used Swivel Rocker
meet jointly pre.
1 OnlySlightly
grandmother. This ceding the regular meeting. projectionist time were do- 1 Only-Walnut 3 PC. Bedroom Suite I

was surrounded with white Refreshments will be served lated to the dimes drive.

BANK AFTER THE imelltas Mrs. P. and T. fern.NoUn greeted by the combined' : hostesses, netted Proceeds$200.)0.KINGSLEY from()\ the movie Vinyl Avocado i l Expanded $2495!l Triple Drewwr, Chest l Bed $$11 1995''

the guests at the door at theceptlon NEW $)9J<) ;) NOW : RE(,. $1I l l9 J5-CLos1S-Ot''r!
and presented them t&E Reportedit

LIGHTS GO OUT ed to i 1 the of the receiving bride line and compos-groom, Florida] LAKEMrs. 1 Only-Slightly Used RockerReclinerTor u-

and bridal &
their parents Power Light E. M. Norton 10 ONLY9'X12'

party., |., .Expanded Vinyl
Cutting the brides cakewere Missing after a breaking and rhone 523-2081 NEW $79.95; __ ... NOW $2495
especially appreciateour Power
Florida RUGS
Businessmen! Mrs. Roy Hlghtower iterlng- at the LINOLEUM' ,
all-night depository. No need to( aunt of the bride, an-1 Mrs.Tom & Light warehouse on Colley SCIJED'L"

hold( cash over until morning; This! Cowart, great aunt ofthe ''Road over the weekend is achain ZIIUKCH: Kingsley Lake IJaptlst: 3ONLY SOFA BEDS

i is just one of our convenient bank. bride. Miss Emily Johns' saw and a quantity of Sunday School, 9:43: a. m. Regular $6.95
Asslst- wire, according to 4 05
bride's book. ipper Platform, Itock
services. kept; the rtornlnK Worship, 11 a. m. With Matching:
ing Inlt In serving were Mrs.Ruth Deputy! Sheriff Robert Green. [ralnlntr Union, 8:15: p. m. era Expanded Vinyl CloseOutIT'S : .
.. Reynolds, Mrs. H. A. The B & E took place sometime Covers$$13995
between 4:30 Friday Svenlns: Worship. 7:30.: ( Mid. 1 Heige. 1 Green; 1

HOME OWNED Lawson, L Mrs.Cooper Ewell and Lawson Mrs., ant! 9 am.. Monday p.m.The Me- reek Prayer Service Wed- -KEfi. $169.95; __)I..l.1P.\\ ...., s
C.
Mrs. Culloch chain saw Is valued tesday, 7:30: p m. Choir I I

HOME OPERATED Norman The bride Redding.Is a graduate of at, $100 and the copper wire, ractice, 8:30.: Rev. Jim A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

and veral sizes, at $161.MKMRKK I Llgdon, pastor.


The Community State BankOF JunIor attended:Bradford The couple College.St.High are Johns School residing River In : ASSOCIATION: OF ANGUS School Beulah, 10 a.Baptist m. : Morning Sunday DENIARK I ) rmrii I 1 in I: tO 1 IPllNY I



STARKE ilford. Douglas L. Conner of Starke sued to breeders of registered I

ha.8 been elected to membership berde n-Anfun In the U. S. 434. VV. CALL ST. PHONE 964-4321

MEMBER F. D. I. C. A Classified Ad In the TELE- In the American Angus' during the pant, month.

I BAPII brings results. AiaU<>1l of St. Joseph,




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: FOR BRAji'ORD'OOCNTY'TELEQAttr' ., ITARIt; S'i.OItmK TI117RSDAY FED. I. 1ge7

I
i be ahead, in, the points scor- Mike Allrcdy led Garden' 1st low net ladies: Margaret

Record Now 134lagers T ;, ADO ed. For example, In Monday with 13 points each. Mike Ferryman.

night'saction, Jackson' and went ahead to stay. 2nd low net, ladles: Geitio

I Building Supply outscored Woody:( t Strickland and McRae.
w 'T Denmark Furniture (\84-33 so Sexton waa close behind with Highest score, men: a three-

Topple Palatka 70-56 Lose 42-34 To Baker"Playing Jackson has 419\ point lead 12, T. Strickland had 4. T. Jim way Hobbs tie !between, and Lester Fred Glenn Hum-

e going into next wee Ie's play.. Malloy 4, B. Alford 4, and R.
phries.
The' league has been set up Thomas 2. Larue Williamsand
Highest score, ladles: Gladys>
om of' -' I for five nights of play. Bish Bishop were high Hobbs

of the sc > > r Jackson defeated Denmark for the Barbers with 10 each. .
guinea Second highest, ladies: tie
.. Loop Tourney Cage ActionIs official Donald Falcon and Chuck
Warn' .: Ai'klnson a 84-35 in the first between Lu truth/ and Mary,
&gers stormed : game Monday night: The Moore had 9, and John Wll-

WUesday night after Begins Feb. 9 ScheduledThe i ,T r.g first period was nip and tuckas lama 7.Hampton. Humphries.Worst hole for ladles: Win

ClaM 3 State ...... ., ..', Jackson took a 13-11 lead, nie Glenn.
County 42-34 last Top seeded 'Bradford High Tornadoe cagert will "Bi' Jlar'T'ftlp : d,' but In the second period. 'defeated National -
-The week's split drew a bye in the first round travel to Fernandina Friday -J.'I Jackson outscored Denmark, Guard 31-23 to give them
!)}tlnea leAves the I, of the 1967 Florida Star 'Conference night and then entertain at 22-2 to take a 35-13 lead at their first win in three starts. I, Benefit Game'

with a 13-4 Tournament which begins hem Saturday with On.ngePark For three quarters the Tornadoes hairtlme. The Guardsmen have yet to For March.OfDimes

JJaaon. They have i in Lake City next Thursday and (Monday with tough played an even ball- Denmark came back In the win but played their best .

pair of Class AA night Feb. 9. Green Cove Springs. game with Macclenny last third period scoring 13 while game so far. SundayOn

Me Ctaas A and St. Augustine will meet Coach Warn y Adklns/on'a Friday night only to see theh'l holding Jackson, to only 2. Tom Paladin averaging

{ amptana. Palatka In the first game at five has. beaten all three teams effort wind up on the But the first half marginwas 16 points a game to lead the Sunday' afternoon, Feb.

Tuning In their 7 p.m. next ,Thursday and la previous games this season end of the score 42-34. Actually too great to overcome, league, hit for 18 poh.ts: to 5, at 3:30 p.m.. In. the BITS

fRiit game. of the ,| ? sI Orange Park will meet Lake FernandIna 615-88. Orange : Big Red led by one point and Jackson went Into the lead the Hampton five. W. gym, a womena team from

mfite the fact that I I( City in the second game at Park Rl-30, and Green Cove I as the final stanza opened. final period leading 37-26 In Smith _had 4., M. Frick 4. Palatka will do battle with

Mnson was home / e'S 8:30: p.m. Spring 32-42. It's not the loss that bugs the final quarter. Denmark Hall 2. Osteen 2. and D. Garden Restaurant:! current

,Oje Tornadoes i, The Tornadoes will take on ; The Monday game was me so bad. It is the fact that cooled off, scoring Just _9 Bagwell 1. Ray Orlffls was leader In the local City' Ratsreation -'
an 18-11 lead aftr the winner of the St. AuguSo1 scheduled !because the Florida for the first time In two points while Jackson hit for high for National Guard Men's Basketball

: )nod a.nd were '' 1 tlne-Falatka' game Friday, Star Conference Tournament I years, since BHS teams have 17 more. The final buzzer with 8, followed by O. Sum- League.The .
in their second win Feb. 10, at T and second- next Thursday in. Lake been integrated, it seemed -
pm. begins sounded with the score 5435in ner 6, C.: Howell 6, and D. visiting women's team
fjtka this season. :I seeded Live Oak will play the obvious that Starke's Larry
City.
1 I favor of Jackson Brown 2.Standings. :Is made up of Junior College I Iplayers
..Four' men /were winner: of the Orange Park- The Oreen Cove Springs game Brown was being discrimin- Dianne Bennett ]led Jack-I : Garden. 3-0; who are sporting an
figure'! for the Lake City game at 8:30: p.m. (Monday should be the best one ated against because of his 2-1:
I son with 28 point, followedby Bradford:! Barber excellent won-lost record. Gar-
;Qere led by I The championship game of the three set before the color. ,
with 14. 1-2 National
Wanda Williams Hampton. ; den is undefeated In1: league
with 26 points. I Saturday night will begin at Tournament. Describing; Green Larry was a demon on the
: and Annette Kelly With 12. Guard 03.Schedule. play, !tout the men will have to
ltd 17, Greg 730Footballers: p.m. Cove aa "Just good" Coach blackboards and held down I '
Ima Jean Bryan was high : make some adjustments, as the'
Bobby White 10. Adklnson Indicated he :was I the Wildcats big man under
w for Denmark with 24. Helen February 1; Garden vs game will be played under the
taking that game as one of the basket all night. lie In-
I' Crosby had 5. and Helen Ingle Hampton, 7 p. m. National new edition of women's basketball -
the toughest this season: tercepted several passes and
6.The. Guard vs Barbers 8:13Feburary : rules.
Honored Again In their first meeting the his to his
'S I well on way
was
I ,
next game will be 8: Brad t;>"Ii Bar- All donations will go to the
Tornadoes handed the Blue finest of the year when I
game bers vs ,Hampton 7 p. m. March of Dimes. The public I*
Bradford Hlgn's 1966 ClassA Devils only their second loss he picked up his 5th personal played Tuesday, Feb. 7 In
state football team the BHS at 7 m. with Garden vs National Guard invited to come out and watchan
champion gym p.
of the, season. The other wa foul and had to leave the
,r was entertained at a steak Jackson meeting Denmark. 815.: interesting match and help
=
T H EAT to Macclenny. tame.
dinner by Dr. and Mra. A. J. 'he support a worthy cause by
.. Barry Wednesday night at From where I sat Golf. Tourney donating a quarter or mora to
should! have picked up maybe Garden Head.Men's .
=ShO'rilm.-W their home Baby Tornadoes the local March of Dimes
3 of the 5 fouls called Benefits MarchOf
"We are unable to adequately League 1
:
Sunday; 3:00 against. him but not five. In
express our gratitude to Beat Baker FundThe
Dimes
stuff under the
the rough J
: THEIRS, FRI. ... I fans like Dr. Barry and his Oarden Restaurant had to
toward the basket In Starke's he fouled repeat-
basket was
I. wlfe who have honored ua so come from behind to defeat March of Dimes Golf ..S.Cpfex SerT..31 !
FEB. 2, 3, Tornado Bradford's Squall eager: called.
= : lanky scored even edy but thU was not AARa.21llvGETTING
times during the Bradford Barber Shop 52-4
many
year Tournament held last Sundaywas
:Double Feature game In the !OH... to the defend .. BHS Head! Coach David Hurse split a pair during' the 25-32 past I think' Larry controlled and remain undefeated enjoyed /toy 31 golfera.Proceeds .
week: topping: Maoclenny excellent
himself in the same '
said.w'Q4E. and losing to Palatka 1-\5(\ displayed through their first three from the tournament UP

Uhy .- although It was probably their during manner a that difficult he football) games In the Men's Basket-: and from the covered. dish supper I' MAKES MANY jt jt'HIGHTS
ball League were turned la to the
!best effort of the season.
much unlike one of
10 season, Both teams into the' March of Dimes drive. i I PEEL 0DAfter
with came
!Ronnie: Moody,
'lh :Eron f Macclenny stars! who ::81..dd". firltatlons
the 30.common Kidney or >>
63 points, made a foul shot with the game undefeated, and it During the supper hour, Bob often occur ana: nmy. : make. yotf. f
seconds left against cried "foul" throughout was a battle all the way. The McRae, tournament chairman, ten,. and ncrreu. from too trque mtpuugei
i 1w. three entire and begged: for both del and nl.y Becond*
Ht2rc' Macclenny to cinch the win. game Barbers led 28-22 at halftime awarded prizes to the follow- arlir. :you may love Sleep.and tufter frayReAda1.
,
amn pity which he usually got. j *., BMkftoba and teal old tired
The Wildcats could have tied and held the league ing: I deprraseit. In uclt 1rr1 .. loD. CVSTBK

to I :] it with a field goal until then It will the be Wildcats a new come game to until the last few minutes of I let low net for men; Clyde uiually curb"."' .bring Irritating. test.r.luing.l.... In Strong comfort eel btf j
when
BJ < Behind Moody Mike Bright Starke on February II, and the game. Garden tied It up I|I Terwlllegar !I li i I Crerax; s.0 taileellLetteerr1aa. ,
had 9 points' David McKnight with about four minutes left 2nd tow net, men: Al Wllno. 'I
different environmental -
I : ''s, Ronnie Orlggs 6, and Tom.my >. with
conditions I have a feelIng -

\f I bas-I ,best The>Talley offensive Tornadoes 2. game playd of their the for naught.all their "crying" will be i BALDWINCHEVROLET'SUED I

season against Palatka Tuesday
,
9'/.11 ". ,, according to Coach Tummy << Register Tops

..... "It!Malloy.was a good team effort Junior BoysThe I oi ...


"TIOOIS I I t/r added.even Three if we men did, lose were." la the double coach: drawing Elks a bye Lodge the, after first CAR TRUCK LOT )

v got Into action Satur-
Acnostlltamlaoioae games
for the Tornadoe :Mc-
figures
/ day, dropping Winkler Electric -
811mB Knight led with 14 points, in the Junior Boys ,
38-18
a't
IS PACKED WITH
:Moody had 13, and Talley 11. ,
; Bright scored 7 for the. Tbr-:' League.
Inalcated
The. first half
&0
e madoes while Orlggs added
AuenERSAlrlcrust what was to come, as the
: I and Mickey Moore 2. .. -
: Elks led only 14-9 at Inter .j'
PLUS in the 3rd and ( M.... '
:_ Leads mission. But ; ::1 .. ; i
t'f Baldwin 4th periods, the Elks hit the .yo. 1 \

basket for 24 point while i' ,.' ""
-
e Senior Boys limiting Winkler to only 9, !, t '
Baker County's. Mr. Wonderful Steve 20-point r. : e. .
.. and went on to a :
FEA Parterfield. aw he led hla teammate to Terwllleger Motors behind margin. .. .' r-

/ -' their\ 49th straight win In handing the the hot shooting'of Joey Roger Kelly; ; was big gun .' ,

.'.:"".'::: : Tornadoes. their fourth defeat Friday night. Reese turned back Hurst for the Elks with a 15-point
!: :
: : ': I'orter/lelil kept the Wildcats In the game Shell 29-25 in the Senior game, while: Buzzy Costello

tt 0CGitO\ ; : : :: with h...... long set shots, ball handling, and Boys League this held week.Hurst had 7 for the losers. New 1967 Chevrolet Sales Have Been Terrific
it goad. defense. Terwillenar I Elks scoring: Kelly If Hug-

OU'E scoreless In the first perold gins 5, Birksdale 2. :I ,.N 'and led 17-5 at half tune. 7, Thompson 8, Johns 1. '

i "\ i 1 agalnat the hapless Tornadoes. Baker DoObsora fl-1--5, Reese led Terwlllegar with !Winkler: Patrfty 1, Kirk- Trade-ins We Must Move
SD"C \ Porterfield led all scorer.1 Kirkland 8-2-12. Yarborough' 16 points, followed by Tom- land 4, Rlherd 4, Costello 7.: -- Them NOW .

with 16 points and Kirkland 1-5-7, Porterfield 5-6 16, linson and :Xauffman with..6 Powell 2.Register.
A bdra lU-lfttM frtduewi. had 12 for the Cats. Raulerson 102. Totals 14- each, H. Hatcher 5, Mena 1, I Look At These Bargains.

- Wayne McLeod had 11 for 14-42. and Brewer 1. Scotty Rhoden Oil remained undefeated -

the Tornadoes; Greg Reddish Score by quarter! was high for Hurst with 11 after two contests'

: SUN., MON., had 8, Paul..McLeod\ 7. and BHS ---.418 13 17 1270Pal. point. followed by Larry and led the league after al

: FEB.: 5, 6, ; I Bobby White' 6.Statistics. _____. 11 12 9 24-58 Thomas with 5, D. Williams 41-23 victory over previously

.. BHS Reddish 4-0-13, 2, and Garbett 2. undefeated Southern Dis
.... COWOII1AI'ICIIIII[ !Score! by quarters: White 5-0--10, Jackson. 0-1- count. As was the case in the'' 1963 FORD 9Pass.COUNTRY 1964 FORD VzTonPICKUP
.._' AWN / BHS u__- 10 9 9 6-34 1, P. McLeod 7-3-17, Brown second Bald- half
the game second
In earlier the
Baker ______ 9 11 7 15 42BHS 1-1 3 game
: W. McLeod 11-4-26, -
remained undefeated SEDAN
DEAN win Chevrolet was where the Oil boys made
; --Reddish 4-0-8, White Crosby 0-0-0. Silcox 000. by downing Wall II 1M" to- -_ _
their move.
2-2--6, Jackson 0-0-0, P. Mc- Totals
28-14-10.
;: MARTIN Agency 4528. Baldwin was Though the Register team Auto trans., radio heater pow- Long wheel base. Style Side Cus-
Leod 3-1 7
Brown 0-0 0,
Palatka
Jenkins 4-1-9, the half )I er steering and brakes.
W. .McLeod 5-1-11 In front 25-10 at never trailed. Discount kept : Factoryair. tom Cab auto trans., radio and
Crosby Musser 7-O 14
Herd 6-1- '
:: as MAl[QM ( 0-2-2. Williams 000. Totals 13, Dixon :5-0-10, Alexander and led all the way. it close throughout the 1st f$1295QO..8Dr heater.

14-6-34. 4-2-10. Totals 26-4-:56. Johnny Warren was high and 2nd quarters. Register
: !! for Baldwin with 13 points led at the end of the 1st

. 11, at halftIme a.$1395QO
William Scoggln had period 6-4, and
- Carp's Leading Wright 12, Brown 2.Koch'a Gary Hamilton 7. Andy May- 13-12. In the 2nd half, the:

-- Bantam LeagueAndrews : Olssy 3, Alvarez. .13", ton 4, Plena..Onann 4, Robby Oil boys struck it rich as

.-. Williams 3.Standing. Smith 4, and J. Roy ChM- the? popped In 23 points and,

.. Drugs evened Its : Carp's, 2-0; An- teen 2. Sandy Sandarson and held Discount to only 11 for

- record at 1-1 with a 41-10 drews, 1-1; Koch's, 1-1; Oem.,' Billy Thompson had 6 eachto for the 41-23 victory. I

.-. : 02. lead Wall. Scott. Joyner Register scoring: Thomas '
thrashing of Oem Jewelry In 1965 Corvair Monza 1965 V2-Ton
Schedule I
- the Bantam Boys League : 4--Koch'8 and Loper had 4 each while 10 Chitty 4. Ramsey 8, Olive Chevy
Saturday, Feb. .
.-. this week. Edwards arid Godwin had 2. 19. '
.. vs, Andrewu, 9 a.m. Gem vs. Southern Discount: Ho- HARDTOP PICK-UP
Standings: : Baldwin, S-0
Gem had two primary
.. Carpe 10 am. 9.
Oraudon
well 4, Crosby 6
problems_how to and Terwlllegar, 2-1: Hurst 1-2; Radio and heater automatic
,
a score McLeod 2,' McOee 2. trans- Short wheel base Step Side,
.-. )' how to keep Ricky Bennett Starke Builder Wall 0.3.Schedule. Standings;; Register. 2-0: mission. heater.
.. from IIC>>ring. They could : Discount,
.. F1ks. 1-0: Southern
.. master neither, as they were Undefeated In February 2 Terwlllegftrv Chamber of Commerce.
r held to no points in the first Baldwin 7, p. m.: Wall vs 1-1; !.-
1 1r 1r 0-2.
.. 4 points In the seconl. and 3 Powder Puff PlayStarke Hurst, 8:15.February: 0-1 Schedule;, Winkler: $139SQO !JII.7 $1395

each in the 3rd and 4th. The ,
- 1 Buiders Supplies be- 9 Hurst "a!! Friday Feb. 2--CC vs Register -
other problem, Ricky Bennett "
- came the only undefeated Baldwin, 7 p. m.; Terwillegarvs 7 P. m. Elks VI DIS- -
hit the basket with con-
team In the Girls Powder Wall. 815.:; count. 8 p. m.
: &u sistency amassing a. total .
Puff Feb. 4 -Winkler -
League, so far this sea- Saturday.
of 26 points :1 son, by defeating Williams vs Discount 11 a. m. CC I 1963 Impala '2DoorHARDTOP '
- Oem has several first :year;
...*.. ,, players, and will probablylook Jewelry 3320. to victory as she hit the hoop vs Elks, 12 noon. 1960 Chevy2Ton
4 Ward led for 14 points. Jan Bitch
= better In the coming Sheryl the Builders -
CAMHUimVA_ games. with 25 points, getting 18 with 9, was high for the l lGB- Women's League I..

: IiLIL\/ [ Andrews scoring Bennett In the first half. Mary J. ers. Now Under WayAfter Auto trans., radio heater pow- PICK-UP

M 26, Oriffl 2, Futch 4. Orau- Dees had 4 points, Linda Holiday scoring: Marilyn Ii er steering and brakes. Factory
- Haas 2, and Carole McKInney Patterson 2, J''ne Crosby 10
of -
don 9.aentl
.. three weeks practice -
WED.'thru' : Flynn" 8, Johns 3.Carp's had 2. Sharon How l Sheila 'Taylor 8. Kelly Richards and organization, the !. $295QO

;... FEB. 8-11 was high pointer for Williams 4, Evelyn Sinclair Iff.. Women's Basketball League I air.OTT'

won ttasecond victory with 8; P. Perry had G. Conner: Susan Scogslns 8. finally got underway. I, 31395QO$

In as many outings polishing Cheryl Godwin 4, and Carol Jan Rltch 8-. Debbie Clark 2. Since there were! not]

: WALT off Koch's Drugs 29- Darley 2.Holiday. .. Score by quarters: enough participants ta form
. 19. The 2nd.iuarter proved Holiday Inn 10 10 6 12-38 four teams a two-team league -,

Koch's downfall. They man- Inn picket up its : Conner: .e 2 5 4-17 has been formed with a

J11J1ii aged to hold Carp's to 4 first victory by trouncing Standings: Starke Builders. unique system of determining

w points but worse. Carp'sheld Conner Insurance 38-17. 2-0; Holiday Inn. l-l: when a league champion has I
them scoreless end 'field After the first quarter of WlUtams. I'll: Conner. 0-2. been established. Instead of Baldwin Chevrolet Inc. I

/ a 10-5 lead at halftlme. play which ended with the Schedule: the normal procedure of won ,
the Innkeepers in front 10-6. the
onto
Carp's then held Friday Feb. 3: Williams vs and lost record, an accumulative
If lead, outscoring their oppon- outsome wa never In doubt. Holiday, 4 p m. score system will be' U. S. 301 NORTH STARKE PHONE 964-3900 ,I
4-3 In the Holiday widened the to a '
ents 15-11 and gap used. This means that instead i
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELTCflRAPR. STARKB. FIX>RIDAEmployees

TJlURSD\Y. FE8. t.--19117- '. ..qull'm.. 'H .tie Cni'h' ,,1 1,ti ,n, ,oj' ,Icn. ",11(1, ,II..., h" 'O n.J i 1 I., I'', '''''iiin' .II,' nI.xi
Monday. Since January I In (ee.Nly Juda. Co. )'; nirli. ."r the Paatr 01 Lit.
heal In wrltlflK, nrtfl l 'non "tl" "thepie '
SERVICEFIRE ii
New Phone FORESTRY HErOHT 148,3 have been 17 fires with N'Inrtdn A ml for... UrNilfuril ;II"),, ,.t-I> I ,. r 1 I.."..loJ, ,n,, .. ,,Ild" 1" I t. ..r 1'..'Illmwl" iHivlH' ,, Mil. luslHi
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Get !I.,... 1 r, g. oJr i itlr 'SH r .r Hi. I ili'i nu 'MI uuulliHtlon
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burned as compared In ri' liHititi' '" <11 t 1
acres \ l.lit' and. Inert !h" worn tn by the ,'l)67.I'HUMAI .
Set The Florida Forest Service I with six fires and 86 ,I I'IVIN 1 lM" 't'1t- I.in'I'alt'1All ) stn ch.IIIUIIIhi", nit"ni, or lilH ui- I -I PfBIWT' !
Digits v I It.\ ',, \vlll liitinnu. void. North T.mi>la A...
reported six fires with 32 S acres burned during tlio same' irvitltorH of the \ t'n ni) or It : 2ol-: .
I : : DHV| ,d' ,.., !: I \ lr> in i' (I. Et
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the week )" 1119 4t I:
I Continued from Pe {e One] acres burned during period last year. I ure hereby, ant lrlrA uiul' ,'.. H"II .I '\ 1 21 I h I I:MI?. I -

Pay Increases 6000. -.-- -- -
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over 200 more listings than

Continued From Page One (Buck) Norman was appointedto 1 the 1963 edition. Independentnow
represent the Board on the I services more than 3,200 Established" MM COME IN AND

would rather the county did I Bradford County Economic phones 111t8 Starka Lawtey 4R 128 S. Walnut Street -5..0.' Fla. REGISTER FOR FREE AWARDS
agree to'the moves. Agency.A and Kingsley Lake exchanges.Two B :
The crossings requested by request for ttiformation on I
the railroad were of higher future planning programs for Jailed In \ 1ST PRIZE-$49.95 T.V.. ReclinerDEW

quality than the SRD had Intended the county by State Planning 2ND PRIZE-$18.95 Dominion: 2 Burner Buffet
tq install and thus cost Administrator Mal Ogden was CasesTwo I OWPJERSHIP
Whiskey
more than the SRD's Initial referred to the Bradford County Range
estimate of $10,000.Judge Authority
Yawn said he would which Development) along with the Chamberof persons were arrestedIn r 3RD PRIZE-10 Cup Dominion Coffee Maker

prepare a contract prohibitingthe Commerce has acted as the separate cases on whiskey SATURDAY AFTERNOON MARCH[ 4TII ,

.train SRDi the from future adding but such said ex-hedidn't county's Wainwright planning agency.Ed of Lawteywas Bradford charges last County Friday Sheriffs'by Department the. G RAN, D 0 P E N I N G DRAWING FREE: GIFTS JUST TO VISIT OUR STORE I

and ''both free
know if the state agency appointed to the County; : ,bond are on two NOTHING TO BUY
under $1,000
would agree to it. Zoning Committee to replace No Purchase Necessary Need Not Be Present To Win
The Board agreed to one Ralph P. Bryan who resigned charges each.
contract prepared by Yawn "The boys have really been James (Red) Davis Sr.,
which will allow the American doing some work out there," Lawtey Negro la charged with
Telephone and Telegraph Com- Mrs. Chastain reported on, the Belling an. Intoxicating bever- ni-rniSSUP.1 PLASTIC TOP SURFACE

pany to Install an under- Little Santa Fe Lake boat age In a dry county and pos- MAR STAIN AND BURN RESISTANT Ereo Room Outfits

ground trunk line which will ramp and picnic area. Thu session of Intoxicating bever- Living
cross.! 26 or more roads in, new facility is getting plentjof age with Intent to sell in a : /i i BalloonsFor
Bradford County. AT&T wrote use she said and Is reallya \ dry county, according to Deputy -
the county and simply requested well-developed area. Sheriff DolpU Reddish ,
to cross of Chair- '(Maggie Toomer Held, Reno AUTHENTIC ,, The
permission At the suggestion I Choi of 2 5 or 7 Piece GroupKiddies
arrested the same r our ce
it man Dave Shuford and Com Negro was DANISH STYLED
But Yawn's agreement attaches missioner Jerome Johns the day K.eddi says and charged BEDROOM GROUP -r' at One Low Price! $114 95
a few string to the Board agreed to look for a with selling an alcoholic beverage -

crossing for the county's pro- site north of Lawtey for a without a license and possession o' > .. ultli 1 trade
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tection. The contract placesall road. side picnic area. The of an alcoholic bever- t ) r rfir '.v w w /, $10 down $2.25 A Week .
responsibility on AT&T for State Road Department has age with intent to sell In a )f

any damage Insured. and relieves agreed to construct one In I cry county. .
the county commission that area If the county will Bond on each of the four FinUh

of any liability In case county provide the Bite, the two com- charges I. $3OO Davis wan BEDROOM j -
equipment teats up the trunk missioners said.Hearing. I selling bonded whiskey and! tile iy. fmsNleN tbaflesr.fyllneofMN' ';'"ra 7 y 1r
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line. It covers both primary Held woman beer. Iva framod mlrrar{ dolt-proof can .r' ? r q t A

and secondary roads. i Set traction. .Dra wora aro contar draw- ..
Yawn said he was leary of RehabilitationVet r auldod.cludo $ ; y
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simply agreeing to allow the On Local Bills TrainingPeriod ri TO with Mirror r-ir, wiu h trade "' '' 1 tlv ; ytiN'4r L LM -
company to cross the county D/oDurbet. $R UOUNPanol 'O'1" eN w
with its line because of a ExtendedAn TRA5D0E.00 Chtst ** lOPEN 1t'eck "v" ''I..., Nr Octet v

similar case In Union County {Continued From Page One) Bod 5 PIECE LIVINGROOM GROUP
!with a natural gas line which additional period of ALLOWANCE ilOCK PIECES AVAILABLE .
was torn UP .bv county equip- portlonment decision Is the On unr HIM* 100% Nylon Face: Pile Covert E'I TO
time of 10 years, under sere Colons BROWN>
u.rlr"Nu 'HllltOprltnl
ment. Union nad to repair the time element involved At or Reversible Foam Cushions $25.00TKADR
tain circumstances for a IMIIMUl oaeiof a RED
cost of the Bradford solon I' I In
damage at its own least morn 1',11,1- IncluilffSITTEIORSOFABED
Croup
service connected seriously IV a TORO. .OUVIIn
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$1.100 he said says, the public will have an
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veteran to com niitr .
disabled or MATCHINGonOM..NI.LOWANCE
Couty Sanitarian Jack Tra- opportunity to have their say \ ..... mirror a lOUNCf CHAIR .
rehabilitation On a.n y nrwrn
vocational
IWtck reported trouble at thecounty's on any Issue Irrespective} of plete : IIaplu THROW PILLOWS ,"IN.ro11m ar

land fill dump off who represents them )In the training has been law granted for "full!....%,,'I"rn"I n'-. ,Rllfll1z'lit. vullr...tiiiBMtlit SPECIAL Carload Sale!' --
recent signedby
5R-100 at the old Keystone next regular business session under a .* t*%.. or nion* '
A new landowner the President, accordingto ninfrtilnir. -
Heights overpass. of the Legislature.
Trawick said has fenced It is) expected that all four M. T. Dixon of the Florida i I i Unfinished |,|f In<*f hi>M.* :It>:..Htlfiitrrlnu MVM PLATFORM ROCKERS '
off a portion of the county's I State: Senators will attend Department of Veterans Af-; t ?' .e'_ Pondlerosa Pine ...11...... rrrov- ... -. r

100-foot right-of-way to the the hearing along with Rep faiis. I I .;* far full
\t'Ia
dump from the Keystone side. I' Shaw The Bradford Clay The additional time maybe I 5 DRAWER CHEST .I..rtnli"..,*...-..In _
People are now forced to drive and Union County representative used if the veteran has 2 Top Drow ra '
around the old way over old I said he has receivedno not previously been rehabilitated 1 t 3 Bottom Drawer* Full foam Sot CuihionShr
SR-100 to get to the dump. I' word that the dates have through such training I I y/ gy,; Sites 37" W1 service connected k l Back Ml..d With KapokUphaltUtad
he said. t< ; been changed or that any of or if his i ... I
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to worsened sc 1'' y, High
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The commission agreed the senators will not appear; disability has I / a Flat
obtain a survey of the county's Purpose of the hearingswill that he can no longer follow I Top Open Arms ( ti .w

right-of-way on the road on be to accept proposed local the occupation for which he I i $
the Keystone side to solve legislation from all coun- was oilglnally trained, Dixon ) 695
the stalemate I
ty officials ccunty boards said
In other action: munlolpaltles, and other! Intel For further information,

Howard Brown and Gus ested persons In each veterans may contact then 7-.ece. 4 DINETTES 4
Wynn owners of newly opened local Veteran County Service bet
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county. DINETTE "' s R.nanhl
Lake were FAMILY SIZE
lots on Sampson Shaw has expressed hope Officer Nl.MI1fYA/ '-
told the county would grade rulnt ron .
Tablo and 6 Chain
a road to the lots as soon' as ''attend that as the many public", as possible hearings-will In March Of Dimes a. 36".4B".oO"Ejttoniion Tab. ). C.mpero a1 S9*5 Stunly"- ': ""..,,anl"h; ,-.

developer Hogan Smith provides Hi Prawn Plailic Tablo Top Hiinl- MlllHll' .
the county with a au 1'- order that the legislative Road Blocks Pkntlc Cavorod. Box Soat Chain $' 8 Q wood t "
vy of a right-of-way that sticksto delegation may have as true Black Bronia of Chrome FramaJ v /t
a high ridge around the lake. a consensus as possible on Over $1,000 GoalThe $ DOWN $1.50 A Wotk 1 t ".
local legislative Issues at! well :
A previous right-of+way granted -
of Dimes !Natural Wood '
Road Foreman R. E. Jones as discuss other matters March of con. Comfortable
said, would have put the road Interest with the delegation cluded their Road Block portion NO FUSS
i of Its 1967 campaign b> Bar Stools Modern DAVO-BED

through Ardell Crosby swamp.was told the BHS TeacherIs collecting $240.00 last: Sat I fle> AIRS Round :'' long Wearing Covor of NO nOTHKR:

Board refused ,to take actionon urday. 21" $3.95. Strong Ia.., T. CI.... NO RED TAP!!:
SuspendedContinued Participating In the fina! Suppartod PI..llcTrl"-, 53995 ,
his for a refund
request
I From The Nation'sBest 30" Round $193
block were members of the II mod With A BooutlM TO OPEN"VOUH '
of what Crosby terms an overpayment '
of taxes. The attorney [ From Page One Jaycees. the BHS Varsity t Manufacturers Walnut Bat. Roll. ,.I.OOJ>own ACCOCNT"Your

advised the Board to suspended for Insubordinationin and Junior Varsity Cheerleaders -i C.',,., TORQ,.OYSTER.BIACKTANGERINI Credit eIr
let Crosby sue for his refund. that she failed to follow In- and; members of the _:: ;. _,. a flowl"..
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The Board agreed to provide structural pr\Cedureslald down BHS 1966 State Football

matching funds for the by him in several Instances Championship team. I' tv f 111
Civil Defense Department to He said Miss Vincent :has The goal for the RoadBlock '

purchase a typewriter and, a taught English and humanltiv.. solicitation: was put at :
Buffer for the floors of the at the high school ant, that $1,000.00. Saturday's collection rl .
new EOC building. The Federal this is her first term aa an put the total at 1050.. }
government will pay half the employee of the Bradford
cost and the Fair Association School system. She came to Brooker ElectionTo
will pay 23 er cent CD Director Bradford County from Jacksonville
Frank Williams said. Beach, Clark said but Be HeldTuesday

Forming a County added that she had not taught Feb. 14 (Shown fb4 Id v
Council was discussed, there. She had recently done I Above) 7f' I ::
action was taken after IsafetY'1 graduate 'work at Duke University Four candidates will\ vie for MAN SIZE tea! ;,', I1'I! r', e' 119

ter from Rep. W. H. ) he said.TIIE three seats on the Brooker TV RECLINER '; DOWN 1
1"s'
of the Florl
Reedy chairman City Council In the annual ,
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da House's Public Safety Committee RIGHT POINT car the election to be held Tuesday 95 I Km'n .a ra

Informed the Board It way you write. Come in and Feb. 14.The $4995 'l.25 A Week NO; :OT I -
for forming a ROLLS OUT
Is responsible relent your favorite ESTER four announced candidates CYCLE
safety council under the 1966 I BROOK fountain pea. TELE!:. whose names will be Manufacturers II'! FAMILY SIZE DEFROST ON WHEELS J,
Safety Act f t Special t ,
Federal Highway GKAPII.REGISTER printed on. the 'ballot are: J. AUTOMATIC WASHER ,
Commissioner James it !I R. \iMott, Roy Carroll, Cecil (Shown at -J- w
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TV RECLINER Itlfht) T. Au'.m.IlC' : 'B iII
C. :Melvin and Ted Blgham. cyelo .
I 1111 CU. FT. TW0-DOOR REFRIGERATOR 14 U. FT. TWO-DOOR
Brooker Mayor, M. O. HarI I four.Woih >ndTomporolura FAMILY-PLANNED. STORAGE SPACE HO-FROST REFRICERATOR: -FREUER
NOWFOR rell Is a candidate for re-elec- V- OICA Rh. w.o

tion and remains unopposed. : 5 9 5 Soloctlono ) \ I
f $2599SWIdJ\rI
Also without opposition Is 3 9 i... d ,, _,, .'. .. .ComplN. Front $1999SW'ItlIr.e
Incumbent I .ft.O.V' MITAlSMOKIt Service o..l.n
Mrs Iva Douglas, $1.00 Down With Handle $10.00 Down $3.00 a Week $10.00 Down $3.75 Week

ADULT EDUCATIONCLASSES City Clerk.Rotary. 1.23 A Week S U $17995ovon 7 9 :.IS lt. Fnfnr 17.8 Sq. Fl Shtlf AIM 2C o 103 Lb. No.Frail FrM .r.21.1.Sq. FL Shelf
.I Out let Tray Bultt In Oilry Storage Aral.gwn-In Butter lie. BuiM, In tu Rick
PrinciplesAre SALEI( Ion. Dwp Door Shtlvn' Full Width Porctlain o Twin.Crl"**, CARLOAD with Irodo Crlip 4f. Mifiw S..! Door G//liota I -

, TO START JANUARY 30 Local Praised PastorPraise By -I N Bunk B" Outfits .

((18 Weeks For $2. Per Course) INCLUDES BodcockbFURNITURE
for the contribution 2 Bod*

Elementary 'and High School Subjects of Rotarians as ethical businessmen 2V." Wood Ports Sprlngl m -
in the community was .2i4
& APPLIANCE
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SlurdyIvlltr : MorrroMO
ApprovedVISIT
State Rev. V. J Ragsdale
irolred by -- SaUm M p!. Flniih) Rail /
castor of the First :Methodist ...
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Owned And Operated Ey
ADULT EDUCATION OFFICE Zhurch.: In a talk at the Rotary P9 'w. .L 8 PC. GROUP

(USO Building) Club Wednesday.The [ R4 : : ;. $ 9 5 HERMANIINILLIS _
businessmen -j 99
EDUCATIONWrite speaker said tea t M ::
ADULT Phone 964-2111
TELEPHONE operating on the high 128 S. Walnut St.

principle formulated, Ly Paul WAS. .$2 A WEEK Starke, Florida
Harris the founder of Rotary y' mnl"
could: !be strong Influence d rr.r -

ADULT EDUCATION DIRECTORDrawer for' good In ajiy- community: $5 DailY.DOWN.. LOWEST PRICES .
the Rotary
He commended e4.n.w .
( 100 SUrke, Florida) motto of "Service Above Self." -
The speaker was Introduced

"It's Never Too Late To Learn" ; jy W. H. Nollman.' I .:::- ..


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4'-.. SWARMING. TERMITES! ) 'lP1Si

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Club Hams. Edward Adklns Harold Jacksonville; Marvin Thomas I I Recent Births hit< 1 lo Anv rjtirpltm will tit 1 pultlto Jiit'lt suit vitli.. FI""I"," All ui'dllorx, of I lh., cKtntiof I In HX!, .iilmidur. 'immtliH from t It will I 5 bwunii'. vultl iLceortllnMto ,
Roping I (I and' I will rnmuln it
Smith. Van Prescott. Oreen Cove Springs: William 1 liable I von.1 for" tiny you batenrP- l th.1 lies, diM-nnseil., an the Ant** of the .trnt, I pubtlrn. law.F..bruftry.
I BARREL WEAVE Thomas Oakland. Cal.!.. and Bradford County Hospital irm. i ni n K u nfc>.u hi under saId hiTi'liy no(III i'd .and. r.'t|it I io' lo-n of thin notice. Finch claim 1, 1967.
Holds ..., IN COUNTY JDDQR'H ,I'ornT. I to file .nny t lulniN. or d 'niunil, or demand niimt be :In writing u- InpK A. Ore"n,
Regular Up to 'I years: Dean Ernest Thomas Starke: one announces the following birth, : tIl I tractAHMOPTATKH DISCOUNTCOIU'OUATION IN AMU POIt IIKADKOIIU which tlnnniy( have .inn. Inn. and IIIU8t ita'. the fiiuve <.t i .ICxeoutrlx. or the I3Mntt. .
Brown. Ken Prescott, Philip steixson.! Truman HUH Gainesville Mr. anti Mra Leonard Fd-: (COUNTY( KLXtlllTtA nnld cut. all. In the office: curthe r".I"..".'.. and pout. oftlrn nddicMH of rcthel: tIes.. tlereaiipd.
county judge of Bradford. of the claimant and niiiHtHvirn Flint PublicatIon MI February
Horse_ FrolicThe Hall. Dodle Trlest. ; three brothers. William ward Kndicott Brooker a FI\ I AI.-r.. vv IIlItI.y.CIIII. In rn! : I IQlttAtfi ii ictus.ofKTHEt. ,1.e""a .I..I.0..1 I'ountv.. Plorlflu. In ,h.. ""rI' i >I.<. tti hv th. claimant. 2. l'l!'87.

8 to 12 years: Ronnie Hall of Island Grove; Lafayette. of daughter Carol Lynn. Jan. 25 1C., ... .*.. ., Ht :\ 'I'() -IIIo"I'OH'I hiitiHial. (m.tul.i Me, Fliirlda' .. ullh. HIM iiK'nt 'M' lilH attorney.. ,>i :2-3/ 4t 2-23

Rodney Oriffis Jimmy Middle-burg; and Talmadge. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben White

Bradford Roping Club Brown. Paul Brown. Thomas High Springs; : two Starke a son, Reuben WhiteJr. II

held Its regularly scheduled 13 to 19 years: Ernie sisters. Mis. Minnie Orrinn ., Jan. 30.

Horse Frolic Sunday. Jan. 29 Triest. Tommy Smith Kelly Oaln.'svile, and Mrs. Essie I Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Marks

fit the Bradford County Fairgrounds Foisyth, Donna Bryan Horton Lakeland; 16 grandchildren Ritch !Keystone Heights a I

A large; number of 20 and over: Edward Ad- and three great- son. Shaun Andrew Jan. 30.I I

contestants and spectators kins. Edward Williams. Har- grandchildren I

enjoyed the afternoon of Smith Ernie Trlest Kelly Funeral servces were held at Mr. and Mrs. Chailes Hel-

games: old Smith. Mark Adkins 2:30: p. m. Wednesday in Beu- sabeck announce the birth: of

show is held each Sunday a son Chailes. Jr. on Janu-
,A ARENA lah Baptist Church 1 II Clay __-,-'.-'. -.-. ___.___._.___ -.. -. -.n nm____. u._
afternoon at 2 p. m. Up to 7 years: Dean County with Rev. L. S. Wil- ary 31 In Clay Memorial!

There Is no admission chargeto Brown. Kern Prescott Philip liams officiating, assisted by Hospital In Green Cove I HASTINGS MATTRESS I II INS URANCE I BE SURE TO SEE!: WORL1

the public. and contes- Hall. Docile Trlest. Rev. R. L. Taggart. Intermentwas Springs.. AT REDUCED RATES
I ('I.\"I'UU .,!. & UPHOLSTERY WORKS I BOOK before buyingn*
tants may enter the snow fora 8 to 12 years: Ronnie Hall. in the church cemetery Paternal grandparents are It t.I.K:.. 710 Lemon St. Falatka AUCTION AUTO FIRE. BOAT jther encyclopedia. M. A.

fee of $1 This enables Randy Joyner. Paul Brown. under direction of DeWitt C. Mr. and Mrs. Bill\ Hclsaback I DOYLE E. (kONNERINSURANCE I
.'.. ... I IS tv..nln ._ _SI INI Furniture Repaired Payne your lociU representative -
them to participate In all Keith Jones. Jones Funeral Home. of Kingsley Lake and maternal SATURDAY : AGENCY I since 1659. Box 628.

events of the
Four ribbons are given in Smith Ernie Trlest. Kelly Services Held I. Mrs. Jack Vaugn of St. Augustine vhnric If not MATTRESSES REBUILT February llth 2 p.m.Glllette's I

each ot the four alii group. t linld In wilvnneM. _- ..._..2AM : New Innersprings
Forsyth Gregg Wood.
7-11 Store FINEST CUBED ICE In town Myers Power Tools
Winner-. last Sunday were: 20 and over: Edward Williams -, Sunday For |.:>K KI.tl.M.. HKMOI.I'TIOMH: and Box: SpringsDrop only 40c per bag. Jimmy
Shell Service
Area For
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Headquarters
BARRELSUp Merrill Grlffis Ed- ... H crntu per w< r I Mrs. Kate Carter 1.1min<7 ..1.... ( "".t. InAnd cornier Lawnmower Power TouM
Hall. Red Home
3 -
7 1 Philip room)
to :
years ward Adklns Van Prescott. For llrmlforil Imintr...I "''IIII OK TIIKMno PALATKA EA 5-9168 and 100. 6tp 2-2
Dodle Tiiest. Robin Wadswol.th LEAD I I'I.rldi.. l I nuriU. 0.' ICS ':a..1ll Ocala. Florida McCulloch Chain Saw
Angle Fox. Mrs. Kate Helberger Carter. In ,it.: KHttitp (if Lee Porry-, Knell m.ril M.r SO __.0(1( MRS. I'EGGY SMALLER Pump..*& Water System.Brigg's .

8 to 12 years: Paul Brown. Up to 7 years: Dean Brown 74, died In a Jacksonville hospital NUT1CI3 man Iiiivln.OP1 di.PIIOMATH<'pIIM.I.( II 209 E. Adklns St. LOCATION: I 9 Mile.* S.E.of A Stratton EnginesRental. '
Dole!
Kem
Jimmy Brown.. Klmbo For- : Trlest. Prescott Sunday night slier an To All I''rons I IntvrvNtoit, In Starke, Agent Downtown Orulw oil MARY Sale. !Servlo' ,

Oriffls. Randy Brown. extended illness. She was bornin : Th. KHtnlo, of Hulil l..'i,'..')'.nl: Insurance Problems? State Kd. H-104 (Camller 230 N.E.: 10th Ave.
jrth Rodnej You are hoinby, nntlflPd!
8 to 12 years: Randy Jcrv- thni I
Oct. 2, 1892. the
Starke
13 to 19 yearsTommy: on a vrrlttnn litHtrumunt" purport. NEW FURNISHED Rd.) GalnevvlU 378-3411
nero Jimmy Brown Keith daughter of the late Rurlc C. Inar t,, l h" the hint ulll und tfxtnniont Call: the Man From I OWNERS: Mr. & !\I..... CARTER : tfena.
Trlest. Kelly.
Smith Ernie Jones. Klmbo Forsyth. Kate Rlcharde tof> Mil hi fliupfliMil. hiiKbftfn : "KEYSTONE"George ___ _______
and Morgan Paul Gllletto "relov! -
Wood. nflmlttcrt I ONE BEDROOM;
Forsyth Gregg t to i probate In I
Edward Wli- 13 to 19 years: Tommy Heiberger. thin oourt." YOU are heroliv E. LaRue big to Miami. Florida. "IT'S NEVER TOO LATE TO

20 or over: Smith. Ernie Triest Kelly Surviving Is one son. Ray H. commands.. ] within Mix unl...n- APARTMENTS Brand New Store BuildIng LEARN. Register now. Adult

I Forsyth. Oregg Wood. Carter of Jefferson.'1ile Ind.. dar mont flrHt h.publication friitn' the ilalM of thlt ofthB I Ktrvstone: Height and Brand new 3- PAINTSComplete Education clasoes.. Elementaryand

\ I"' 20 and over: Bill Forsyth. and two sisters. Mrs. W.\, S. notice. to niipnur I In, thlH court Consultant For All Your I NEXT TO BUS Mlroom-2 Bath Owner Secondary. Phone 964-2701

rO'll..nreton Mark Adklns Merrill Oriffls. Freeman and Miss Emma and allow caiim*. If any you. Home With 100% Fully day: 964-3071 vening tf
.. i-iin why the action of tlr' Insurance NeedsJtepl't'llentinc
,. Ivm MieirtnirriiDMIIOtllNO Van Prescott. court In. 1 ElM-t. Heat and Air Cond.. Storked 7-11 Line
WAMAMTVONI Hellberger. both of Jackson admlttlntr .11(1 will tn i Equipped
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.. ... *- .. .M.J*N BUDDY PICKUPUp prokatn should not aland, tillrevcknd. Grot Store and Shell of TilE RIGHT POINT for the
,_:: "u'."'' unD ville. Mrs. Heiberger was the Great American In.. Co. cry
: Per Month
.'') 'fl'OL' ANtI OUIIO4' to 7 years: Philip Hall. granddaughter! of the late |IMI| Theron. A. Yawn lh Travelers Ina. Co. I 85.00 !Service. Station This It the way you write. Come In

"." ", -- Kem Prescott. Randy Brown. Capt. John C. and Mary O. County. Jitdite Hriulford Coun a Ready To lilt Welt and select your favorite ES-
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_'c; ., .- ty. Fla.Plrnt Tel\ 473-4692 Day I Paintsand
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Dean Brown. tabIlHhiMl lSuslnHH And TFRimoOK fountain pen.
Rlcharde of Starke. She was; publication. on January 473-4325 Nltes I
; :' 8 to 12 years: Jimmy a member of the Episcopal II. 1907. BiMlneMMotithlv i AIR. MASON Lunation Men lag OoirlaHilChlaiiil TELEGRAPH. II I
Ills Hili|!' Auto fire Hume -
Brown. Klmbo Forsvtli Mark O.lur lllllH I
i. ,,, 1YY0. ,,,,, Church and had lived in Jack- *
\.. ..... -- Joyner Rodney Grill i sonville for 37 years. iv rni'NTY -.11'ruirvH COURT Payment Plan eare of Ernest Tew Hickory mil Mobil Home NOTICE,: I

13 to 19: Tommy Smith. Also surviving are three 1 IV: AMI:: FOK) BUADFOHD YOUR BEST BARGAIN. I' EHtutm. and Other ,SubdivIsions ,", -

BETTER HOMESFURNITURE Ernie Trlest Kelly Forsyth. half-Bisters. (.Mrs. Julia H. Hoi- In('''I''r..TV: KHIIU FUiKIDA or ADULT EDUCATION classes. Realty, Inc. I in-arly) Easy to. SuppliesFor Change: of Address.

CO. Greg Wood. liday of Hamilton. Ohio; Mrs. UAWHR.MIMVO:: : : |::: 20 ad over: Merrill Griffs Louise H. Cernl Fort Lauderdale '5IIITo < llii: >ITOIISAll Secondary. Phone 964-2701 I .. Driven Fronting on

100: S. Edgewootl Av. 389-4600 Harold Smith. Edward and (Mri.! H. ll Traveled State Kd. All Purposes AND TAX
; Margaret I.iiwri-ni'i' MotiK, ili'fPiiHi-il. '1. days; 964-3071 evening I 2906 N. W. 13th St. hER VICI4]
JucfcHonvllle, Florida 82205 Williams. Bill Forsyth. Funeral services were held ,I.re. hi'reliy not. ,iiriiMl nnil. I ,iftiulroil !8-10-1 to OkJawllh"",, Bcllf-..
to fllr unv .rliilniM. ., 01", view Silver "Spring", This
located 118 .
at 3 p. m. Tuesday 'n Jones dniiiAniln. whii h I thy 'inn\, hay I now at 5 Court
I Memorial Chapel with Rev. avaliiHt mild. <>.1"1.' In thi.or, NUTIOE 1408 N. Randall St.. Real Kntate LH Only a ZIPPERS Strtft. lat door liwk) of
HAMMONDORGAN Mrs. Bula Yopp Robert Cowling officiating. flt'ff, or U u.> ( ounty., jiiflfff otHrnilford f I' I Stones Throw. from OOKHFlorldu. Koch Dnijr. I'hone V69-S741.
i'nIlIlY. Klorliln., In If'hanK'' of AdilresK Green Acres Cunul,
STUDIO Services Held Interment was in th3 family t hue. court hotiuie nt Htark. >. Flori 150 x 171 Fenced lot. playhouse Under 1torg C'oimtriiotlon.And 7 & 10 In lOc tfchgUSKD
da, within nix' ru, If mini. "inonth" now
In Lake
plot Crosby Cemetery CENTRAL EM: PLtYUENTSERICE three 'bedroom
storage
from I tho ditto ot the rirat Interchange -
r In SarasotaMrs. under direction of DeWitt C. publication of thin! folio,.. Haoh. two bath. masonry, I Highway 14 In. .. 15c
To Be Hullt.
-- ...:.... Jones Funeral Home.Carp's claim I or drmand in list b.. I In I VACUUM cleaners reconditioned -
... Bula Walrwright writing and "must mute the now located at 118 S. CourtSt. central heat drape rods, carport Here I III C'liuiice, of a LifeTIme 22 In. . 25c $15! up. 10 different
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Yopp. 80. a native of Starke, nt plnoi,h'" nddiffHH or rciliteruiand' o>r I the ulnliimntnd post Btu-k of Kixli Drug. I with paved walkway I II To Hti.-p Into Ready name brands to choose from.

died Friday Jan. 27 In u ManagerIs / mud, be nworti t to, t>\ th, Phone 9693711. Handlingall I and driveway. 18 year mortgage -I To Oo Bulnew Fully Parts & excellent repairs all
clnlnmut, his nvent. inhla attorney. of with $7800 per month. I StockedVltli. New 3. KIRBY SALES &
makes.
home. type :
Bradcnton nursinj TransferredTo the
for
01 It will b,.t'""ii,,. M',.: t'mpluyment.U..h&, I Reasonable down payment THE RIGHT POINT
Bedroom., 2-Buth Furnished SERVICE 712 N. Main Oalneg-
She was the daughter of the accnnllnato I law. write. Come In ,
the>
late E. J. and Emma Lewis Mississippi January. 27, I'ti7.leorKe and Immediate possession.Call : I Horrm tn JIve' 'I" way you favorite ES- wile 3767110. tfchg
II. Plerc, A. J. Thomas. Realtor ,Suit,, ttr.H select your
Tour "
: !Move 10'lIb I
Wainwright a pioneer Brad- Kcalilcnt.. Airont i>fFreda TERBROOK fountain pen.TELEGRAPH. .
ford family and had Curl Henley manager of' M. Me UK, 623 PINEWOOD DRIVE. A Tel. 964-5701 and see this I Cane. ,

Your Authorized lived County In Sarasota; for ten Carp's Department Store in l Pxfculrlx I4uwrenu't.of. : the 1 Hntntc.of small family will enjoy this! lovely home.WORL'8 I II Inspect This I'roperty j The Rancher
Hammond Orgam.1 Dealer for the three .Menu. with I AiH'tlon- I
years. Starke: past d l"|.nnaHd.Flrwt recently redone home SMALLEST electric Before' The TilE RIGHT POINT for the ,
10th Ave. years, has been! transferred to 1 publlciitlon. Fi'l, ) 2. lOut?. carport fenced yard utility, I Me-t The Original Own- In
110 N. W. Surviving are two brothers .' adalng machine: adds. subtracts the way you write. Come Inc.
Miss and left 2-2 41 2- : oil heater and & MrH. Paul GU-
Gainesville Shopping Center Wavnesboro. large everything ers-Mr.: : ES-
W. C. Wainwrlght of Tampa multiplies: has credit I and !select your favorite
Tuesday to take charge of theCar's :\0'1'1f'P' (ir H \I.I to make it an ideal placeto lette. Wear
I I and Truby L. Wainwright of store there. TO W1KI.M I'"' MAY (IIINfKIINYou :; live. See me for a quick balance. Only $109.50 Brad- i TEnniS 20 TERBROOK fountain pen. e Western
Lawtey; and a sister. Mrs. nr. hereby notified 1 ((huthi. ford County Telegraph tf I : % TELEORAPH.
Before leaving Mr. Henley sale. A. J. Thomas Realtor.Tel. .
Guns
Alice Langford. Lake Butler. ( following .motor vehlfle1BA1 : Down at Auction"Florida's O
expressed 'appreciation to the KurdI ill :IJI'ltl'HSS': \ 964-8701.
Chick.
NEW MOBILE homes
Funeral services were held will IIA Hold at S pulkllc Hnlat I. Livestock
I at 2:30: p. m. Sunday atShannons neople of Starke and vicinityfor II00 I : ( o'clock on I toI I II It! .itnvof ONE STOP LeadingAuctioneers". aiha 20' & 24 wide Buddy- 0
Chapel their patronage during thf Ketirimrv, Ion( ?, at Rulilwln. I Clemson. Layton Travel Trail-
Whitfield t'hwvrtdet ll\vv :till No8tark Supplies
on the T'amiaml' Trail with past three vears. and for the ., Florldii." Thf* 'IMOCHPIIHof Nation Wide Grissom Kemp era, Liberty Taylor. Azalea
I i many friendships made during the Null will I h H ap" )1",1!i I MASONRYMATERIALS buy. sell. trade Year bank financing1. Saddlery
I Ethel Wheeler 0
Reader AuctionSilver
Paint
the payment" or I the OHI orretaklnu Factory Trailer
that time. Buckeye Mail
ting. Mr. and, Mr3. N. D ;. eI..rluug anil Mil...'
A new manager for the local aalil "tnotftr vehicle und. tin 341 N. Temple Ave. Spring: "'Ia. Inc. 8673 Roosevelt Blvd. FREELAND BROWN
Wainwright Jr. of Hollywood -
1 store will arrit\'. here this com or publication nf. notli' > I-h. 236-2315 Orange Park 264-2131. tfchg
Fla. accompalned the of Htile and then tit t the nntlH- Re.!:. $1.99 Gal Value Orlando. Fla. Ph.'54 1-4n.: Manager6th
Decatur, Ga. for f not. Ion of t the blll halt, ,'". iluc. tindur -
body to week."J. 23 Magnolia. A'e..
the contract ultli U'DHum, 3 Gal. FOK $5.00 neat Street
girls
WANTEDCurb
burial in the Decatur Ceme- A. ThoniliH 417 I W full. !SI
Ready Mix Concrete, Concrete -
:. Ask 4.Cliarley Area CD WiK: ''I be
Tuesday Starka, Flc-rtdn' imciliiK' th. and dependable must
tery on I fun' .o'In.t. of ..1.p ,o- v..- Reg. $2.99 Gal. Value Block. Sand R..k.CNn..t. J Near Livestock Market
21. No experience neces-
Meet At OEC Here lover
Steel
Mortar Oyster
81 I 4 Gal. For $10.00 Shrll. Limerock Roof. CARL BEGGS I sary. Apply In person Tuck's I Gainesville. 376.4595

Lee Thomas The fourth annual Pieetlng Merle Furniture Gravel Precast LJntel and Gulf ServiceUSED Drive In. tIthe :

E. HeldWednesday of the North Florida Civil Defense Modern Reg. $3.)9!) Gal. Value Window Sill*. Everythingfor PARTS I :NO.; 470 FOR RF.NT furnished small
Services Spanish
-
Johns Area will be held at Contemporary Traditional 4 Gal. For $12.00 Mimonry (Construction. Top Prices for Wrecked Car 15 acres of rich good .Und. 11 house. No pets or children.
the Bradford Emergency -
County
Provincial Colonial 24 Hour. Wrecker Service acres tillable vegetable crops. Near uptown. Ph. 9iJ4-4621.;

Operating Center in Interiors By Vlctos ANNOUNCING Fuel Oil fenced. 78 Pecan trees var- Located 558 W. Call SI.
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10.
Feb
Starke Friday
About this question: on NURSERY iety fruit trees. ''i acre! lawn Itchg
Rt. 21: to Orange Park High EUNICE A New '
Walter H. Murphey of .' 'A S & II Gr..n .
Lue Raleigh Thomas. 81, a School turn right to 17. Pecans. Peaches. Pears, : Stinnp beautiful view over looking

",A most tragic occurrence lifelong resident of the Starke Gainesville North Florida Jacksonville 2619331. Plums Persimmons Satsu- Ready Mix Plant Hwy. 301 N. Waldo tree farm from 6 run Farm FOR RENT 2 bedroom
Ales coordinator satd! that 468-189K/ house trailer on lot in town.
morning. bath.
is:. to think you are insured area died Monday Kumquats. Grapefruit Horn 2 Bdrms. gas

TT then when a loss oc Born in Clay County on Jan. emphasis! will be placed and inns Orange Trees Bareroot atKeystone heat, 2 porches. Plus tractor Also trailer can be movedon

discover that 25. 1886. he was the son of on communications pioblems Ornamental HeightsFor I shed and hen house. Very your lot. Call 9640723.J .
and container -
curs your the late William\ and Jose- during the program which 2 grown.miles North FOR RENT-One and 2 be-t-! Good Value Here. $12.000, B White. 2tchg 2-2
insurance has lapsed. Can gets under at 10 a. m. A shrubs. room apartments furnished or:
way
phine Lane Thomas. He was a Better Service To terms.
this happen if premiums 12 Wides.\ of Lawtey on 301. Turn west unfurnished. Reasonable. W. FOR RENT Large one
be
buffet luncheon will served STARKE $14.500
member of Beutah Baptist NO. 501 ;
That Area.
fire not paid when due?" Church. at noon. and adjournmentis at sign. Ph. 782-3465. 4tchg H Nollman 510! N. Cherry' Sitfclu;; 'I Yes. $14500!\ buys 38 Indus- bedroom furnished apart-Phone
ment. Renner Apts.
Surviving are his wile. Meo- set for 3 p. m. Customlade: We Will Not He : trial zoned acres In city lim

,Charley E. Johns mie Spires Thomas. of Starke; For Florida Living UNDERWATERWEED Undersold. its. City sewers electricity.. 964-5744. tfchgFOR

Agency I two daughters Mrs. LuclleCriffls. WANTED Waitresses applyIn v-ater. gas paved kldewalks SALE2 bedroom CB

of Jacksonville; and Clay Electric Cet More CUTTING person. Lee's Resta"r, I Perfect for developer Ideal house. Large Florida room.

131 S. Walnut St. Mrs. Floy Rego of Patinas District MeetingSet I YOU For Your $ $ Bradford and Drive In. tfch? 'for factory. etc. You know Small equity and take up

PHONE 994-0201 I Calif.; six sons. Ralpn Leonard I I All Types !. what else. ONLY 1-4 down. pal ments $65.00 per mo.

I and Curtis Thomas all of At Brooker I,: No Salaried or Commissioned I I STROUT REALTY Day phone 9649091night

-- -- -- ,, Employees I Bulldozer & Engineering SERVICE STATION for sale 2117 N. Temple Ave.. Starke. 964-2291 4tch, 2'18' I II
Nominations for District
a for oil
rent Major
or company
I Drag Line WorkJ. I II Fla., r9041] 969-3491. Free Local I
AUCTIONNEW 5 director for Clay Electric DAD & BRAD LARSEN I good location.. Call J. SINOER DIAL-O-MATIC I
List.
Cooperative will 'toe made ata C. Lawton Palatka 32 -206". Console Model Sewing Ma.
LIKE TO WORK C. Gardner Co.
AND USED FURNITURE meeting to be held Monday I 4tchg 2/3 chine. Must place In your\
Feb. 6, at. 7:30: p.m. In the PHONE 961.0074
YOU Benefit! FOR SALE Someone! to area. A-I shape Zlu Zags.makes .
Brooker school.
FEBRUARY .1 1, 1967 AT 2:00: P.M.ROGER'S : District S comprises all of KNAPP SHOE COUNSELOR Phone Starke DRAGLINE WORK, dig fishponds take up payments on 1965 buttonholes. fancy designs -
I 964.5403 irrigation cleaning Call sews! on buttons appli
for this Is E. M. Norton. 12x50 Star Mobile Home.
Bradford County, and the incumbent area
AH Sizes
FURNITURE CO. director is Zedra W. II| in Display Ph. 533-2031, or write Rt. 1. grading dltcjiinjf, drainage. !W -3431 before 8pm. 2tp 2-2 ques., monograms. etc. Sold
8-10-12 Wide I Keystone Heady Contact or write E. L. Darrah I new over $300. MUST SACRIFICE -
Hamilton of Brooker. 'I I Box 354. Starke. Fla. 3209!. i
1 Baths Waldo, Fla. 4tp 2/3 Danish Modern Sofabed and Just balance
/ pay
1202 CARR ST. PALATKA FLA The two top nominees will Work Shoe Sale. Jan. 15 to Mix I Avacado

have their names on the ballot and Expandables I 31. 3tchg 29| 473-4285 Chair. Turquoise. Washable $62 or assume $8 monthly
In the general election I BOBBY BIOOS' BODY & and Toast Stripes. payments. Will take older
1 ..,= KeystoneCALL nylon upholstery extra nice. machine In trade. Call Credit
which will !be held in conjunction RADIATOR AUTO SHOP -
with the annual meetingat New and Used WANTED TO RENT:3! bed- 411 S. Walnut St. Phone. 9# <- Originally $185 for $65.. Call Manager COLLECT Jacksonville

Announcing Clay Electric headquarters I room unfurnished house with 0021. 4tch 212| 984-8664 ltp 3531946. any time.
I 8-Yr. financing availableUse option to buy. Or 2 bedroom FOR BIDS. First Baptist Will deliver. No obligation.
In Keystone Heights on March PIANO. must transfer -
OPENING OF NEW unfurnished apartment downstairs Church, Starke Fla. calls SPINET 4tohg 2>16
23. Nominations may also be WANTED Man for tree Will con- .
next 15 days.
for bids construction of
Our Rental-Pur Call 9643900. 2lthg 2-2 on
made from the floor. "1''ntlnic,.nfnnt Oilr.n sider responsible local party Pontiac
:Morgan Road Mission Build FOR SALE-Late 1961 -

Plumbing and Repair Shop chase PlanPaymentsUnder ing. Building Is to be of con Paper Co. Maxvllle, Fla. only to take over payments.To excellent condition. New
: REVIEW OF CHURCH $50:> Per Month FOR RENT -FurnIshed efficiency Piano -,
1 crete block 100 ft. long 30 Phone 289-2911._ltchg Inspect. write: Phlpps tlrq. Rear dented. Retails

I TO YOUR DOOR SCHOOL LITERATURE apartment with bed- ft. wide. Plans may be picked Co.. 1808 3rd Ave.. No., $795, price $250. L. Porter,
. I room. Renner Apts. Phone Five lots for sale In lake Alabama. ltch
Miss Carolyn Gabriel. .curriculum 064-5744\ tfcha up at ''FBC office. It chg Geneva Area. Call 9643343or Birmingham. Magnolia Hotel Starke. ltp

UNITED PLUMBING. INC. field representative NOW' I 9645580. after 4 p. m.2tchg. I' REPOSSESSED Baldwin FOR SALE-3 bedroom house
for will and WANTED QUIET REIGNED -
Cokesbury, present 29: Piano. Also reposusessed! :! or-. In Saratoga Heights. Equityand
I GROCERY STORE with living
discuss the current literature MATURE NIGHT NURSE
II I ham Music Co., take Phone
gan. Lls!> up payments.
Goodwin
I'ue. -
Harry If. for youth and adults In the Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE 11'.' STARKE HOME: FOR quarters. Stock and fix I Gainesville Shopping Ctr. 110' 9644261 or 964-5044. Uchge

Methodist Church. All officers AGED LADY WHO USUALLY tures, S3.00O. Building for sale Announcing opening of new '
New Construction <*. W. 10th Ave. 4tchir! 2'23
teachers and workers tft the SLEEPS THROUGH or rent. Good terms. Williams plumbing firm in Keystone FOR SALE; isse Dodge 4

Plumbing KcpuJr* f' church school are urged to at- Full Lake Privileges THE NIGHT. $6500 AWF1M _Grocery, Hampton. 4tp 2-23 I Heights. New plumbing and I FOR RENT 1 bedroom I door 31.8 cu. In. In excellent

Elwtrlc Sewer and tend the meeting at 7 p.m. Homestead Exempt- (. POOM AND BOARD. FOR SALE Console 21" repairs to your door electric apartment furnlshsd.: Con-I condition. Phone 964-0322 416

Sink CIranIngMachine Wednesday Feb. 8. Financing flOWS V. KNIGHT PH. TV. Good running condition.] sewer and sink c'.eanlnz: veniently located. Phone 964- N. Walnut St. Itchg
:
I DroJnllnnServing JCleanln": I 9B9-4631: BOX F STARKE. $50 cash. Call 96-4.3421.ltcbg drain line cleaning.: Hurry. H. 9271 or 984-7352 ltp\ NELL'S STYLE SHOP (Hiway

Ft ORIOi\. It Goodwin, owner and president.
Htitrke andI Effective Sunday, p 'b. 5 New' I Lake Geneva HAY FOR SALE W-jl; de. Phone 473-4416. Rt. 1 Box WANTED Man to work on 21, .Melrose) Is proud to an-

I Key..tone Height Area Telephone Number DeUitt C. FOR SIALE2 bedroom house liver. Phone 9693434. 2tchg 2-81 290. Keystone Heights. tfchg ranch year round Job. House, nounce that Mary Mersey Is

''liii lone Fum-ral home Ambulance &: lot In Hampton or will move lights. gas hot water heater now working with ua, and will

PHONE 473.4416 Servl I"STARKE Trailer Sales to any other area. Priced for WANTED Saddle and 'bridle furnished. $260 per month. J. | welcome her friends to come
for small horse. WANTED to rent 2 or 3 M. 964-2521. tfchg In and visit 4tchg 2-28
RT. 1 BOX 2UO 961-6200 quick sale. Phone Gainesville Dolph Reddish Edwards
M[ 376-4227. 864-8835.: Itchg bedroom house. unfurnished, in I
2tp2..8
On Route *100, One Mile SBKeVMnn !: TAX Returns 15
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS or clone ''to Starke. Must be FOR SALE Rlngneck prepared

A ClMnlned Ad In the TELEGRAPH i : .."I,1It1iOpen HOURS FOR RENT small FOR SALE 1958 HUman:! clean and reasonable. Ph. 964- Pheasants, 3 young hens laying years experience. Call for appointment -

= bring result. Sun. & Evening 2 bedroom unfurnished Nice Excellent Condition Good buy 2175 after Sunday 904-3310. soon and 1 Cock. Albert Sap- Mrs. Donald Mar

t yard. Ideal for couple or smell at $200. 1320 Blandlng St. I t It penfleld 782-3313, Lawtey.I I tin Rt. 1 Box 292, Starke. Ph.

:;i ,- L 7'- family. 25O N. Bay St. tfchg Call 069-2501.: Itp | I'I I I i Itchg. (64-6853. 2tPAOE







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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH



BTARKR, FLORIDA THURSDAY. FELL :2. l)67!)

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Xmas Seal
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CampaignNears

GoalThe WITH COUNTY


nl Bradford County 'V AGENT
YOUR :
Christmas Seal Campaignhas

Al .. \ reached the 90 per cent
\ mark according to Mrs. Nate

Dyal chairman of tlw drive.

\ Contributions from county
residents total S1.3S7.65 for

\ the first nine weeks ci the

campaign, which began last

November.Mrs. .
Dyal said that only
I $200 Is still needed t.i surpass -
.1 L E
the 1965-66 campaign,
Byx
which totaled $I,.'>5'1.6U Contributions T.Ilu
George .
\ will be counted
Iluggina
I until the March 31 deadline.

1 .. \\\I '3 II "Response has been good Y

,I this year" Mrs. Dya.1. said.
still of time Seems like I enjoy sharing we are still located In Starke.
"Wo have plenty
.. .. IO will make 100 personal experiences, and I Our telephone area code Is
I This Too Is Urban r'r and I know we
% cent." actually do when they may 004 and ow' mall zip code is!
per
tl O The Northeast Flotlda total be a little unusual or may be 32091.

There are many different approaches + ri which Includes Bradfordand those that do not come TOBACCOIn '

to urban renewal. nine other counties now about very often many respects, 1007 has

Some involve costly government stands at $106.384.74. The Last Sunday we Joined Ina the potential for being a
,, little dinner observing the good year\ for flue-cured to-
projects on entire blocks or sections 1965.66 final total for the
l Q birthday of my wife's mother. bacco. The first thing that
$111,431.67.
of a city, while others are area was
I contributed through Mrs. S. M. Jeffords. She we as growers can do Is to
Funds
more or less "spot renewal" of rr lived 88 and good plants. Plant beds
the annual Christmas Seal has good years grow
smaller areas carried out l by individual toward the most of them on the same are all in and most ore cov-
Campaign go
property owners with fight against tuberculosisand farm between Alachua and vered with plastic which has

private funds. 31 other respiratory diseaseIn High Springs fully demonstrated Its value.

A good example of the latter tt this area. When kin people come This Is especially true with
said that from all around and bring the cold that probably will
Mrs. Dyal programs
is shown in the photograph above,
\ along a variety of good come during February.The .
COv In emphysema tuber-
picturing the attractive northwest ,
l culosis air pollution smoking things to eat, you just like Important practicenow
corner of Walnut and Madison\ and health, research" to tell about It. I took a little Is to keep soil moist whllQQ

Streets where just a short time grants and public health education yellow pill that morning so I seedlings are small. The root

ago, stood an unsightly buildingthat 1t4 will be financed by wouldn't eat cake and pie. I system Is shallow and growth

blocked the view of newer i the seal contributions. klnda had a little preterence will be stunted If the top

buildings in its neighborhood.Now r Community programs of toward a little roast beef quarter Inch of soil becomes

the building has been sLA-ru R mass X-ray surveys patient roast pork fried chicken dry.
I t services and professional and a piece of that hen cov- Remember that the moisture .

razed, and its former site paved :, training will be kept In force. ered with rice.Everybody condensed on tha underside

and landscaped, serving the double RY'Q N Civic clubs religious and was happy and of the cover Is not a
1W4I
purpose of beautification and \1'' 'J t Eti educational! organizations! desiring the variety of conversationwas true Indication of good soil

providing parking spaces for ad- group programs should enjoyable except a little moisture. As plants grow

joining businesses! in the down- The Jig Saw Puzzle contact the area. tuberculosis: time while talking to a cou- and weather is warm some

town area. association, 116 East Ashley sin from!/ near Orlando. He Is ventilation may be necessary.

Street Jacksonville "employed in one of the citrus Beds 'planted, by January
Not as dramatic, perhaps, asa packing houses and owns .a 10 and properly 'cared for

large scale urban renewal pro- ( r FARMER'S DIARYSpeaking School small orange grove. There Is should produce plants readyto

ject financed l by federal funds, High .a big crop of citrus/ and If a set by the middle of

but such privately-sponsored pro- /grower( sells his frlut he Is March. Has been pretty well
the weatherman of that just a Tests
jects, if utilized more, would serve Diploma getting depression prices. proven through the years
of bad
touch few had
giving us a years ago we a
Read the other day, a that our tobacco set near the
the just
same purpose of removing old
spring with the freeze late In February and
Are Scheduled from Washington thatfarmers middle of March results In
eye-sores opening up the down- ] up In the high that year the berry fields report
town area letting in some light brought cut the never did come Into full production prices have fallen better quality cured leaf.
while at the time Disease: and Insect prevention -
and air, and providing the neces- berry fields like the and ns a result the State High School Fqulval- same pro- .
duction costs had Increasedto Is always Important.Blue
the line wash had hard time just ency Tests will be administered -
parking that" could convert on on growers a
sary during the week beginning a new all-time high. mold Is not as severe
the weekend, breaking
over even.
; February 13 at the USO CHANGE NUMBER under plastic, but It Is possi!
a 'freeze and frosts
S. and For our friends out of ble. Ferbanx or Zineb are the
Building from 1:30: p. in.
the berries! and
I and set the house And the worst of it Is, thatso 7IS: p. m. daily.Applications Bradford County we ,better' old faithful materials. You

A Step In The Right to clicking. far there Is no way that for the test or tell you that on Sunday Feb may coma across new mater-

.. we know of to 'protect a ber- for retesting will be acceptedat 5, we will have a new tele- ial called'Potyrtm.! : Is sup-

By Sam McGarvey ry field aganst a freeze. One the Adult Education Office phone number, Moat all num- posed to be cheaper than the
I A police state to keep our junior our Information It year, we went out at 4 a. m. in the USO Building' up bers will change. :Bobby Taylor others. At present there !is no

and, senior high students in !' wtey..roo.to 28 [or lower) in some chilly work. t.o. turn on irrigation to try -to February 6. Basic requirements and I will have D04-6554r Information" as to how' good

school? and that Right now be'iry growersare to prevent damage to the Include being a resident Miss McCain, Home Econbm- it' "lS-und: 'Florida conditions.

Sounds pretty far-fetched, we'll tomorrow.'I enough to "get" the worried, as this Is a tfil- Crop; but when. we tiled to of Florida, 20-j'ears-of-; tat will have 964-5471: Mrs. My suggestion for this,
to freeze exposed with
admit. But last week Judge TheronA. tlcal period of the: jtar for crank up the system, we age or older, a social security Chapman ASCS Office! Manager season would be stay
rule takes
a. It. sev 964-6548. I've what know will do the
will have you
them: a bed freeze during found that the J-degree number, and n satisfactory
Yawn found it necessary: to to assess the dam- the next few weeks could sqt weather had already frozen knowledge or credit In 'both had letters tram folks In other Job.

fix the attention of Bradford at' the time of writ- back: the crop foi. 30 days or and cracked a valve in the American History and Government state. !,, so better t 1 add that ,
County's Juvenile ,Court on the ( were Inconclus-. 'thus family Civlcsl. and -
more. and dlxrupt well pipe. And If It busted problem of hookey playing by operations and valve of the state fee of
A marketing in the pipe you know payment: Rev. V. Bagsdaefcfficla.; .
.j.(
Presbyterian
students of compulsory school at- which reminds: us cause a decrease in sales! re- what it did to our berries $7.50 in advance. from the Church Lake City will charge- ting. Interment was In the
The teat battery consists of
tendance age. reporting of low venue. congregation. family plot in Crosby Lake
the
five parts which require two
It should not be necessary for is a tricky! busi hours of testing time each.. Herbert Green and ,Frank Cemetery under direction of

high school students to be arrested on the place All tests must be completed Wolfred. ruling elders of the Do Witt C Jones Funeral
it is low land or reed and Home.
will
threatened Staikc' church
or with arrest during the week of to-tlng.
well the thermo NEWS And NOTESFor the
as scripture lesson and give;
to keep them in the class- Applicants who have not
In recording. As
room during school hours. The freeze Is concerned( Today's HomemakersBy met the requirements for Installation prayer respect- E Bond Sales
American History and Gov- ively. '
fact that school officials have
of water is :.1 pretty The public Is Invited to attend Reach New
ernment I two trstsl! way arrange -
found it necessary to resort! to as If the wa- Martha Sue? McCaui to take these tests before this worship service and

the court is: in itself an admissionof : freezes, you know February 6 by arrangement meet the commission nt t a reception High In 1936

a serious problem more 32 or lower. Ii: other County Extension with the Adult Eluca- to follow immediately -

than a hard core of youngsterswho can't argue with Horn Economics Agent ton Office. after the service in the old County S. I* Peek.Volunteer Jr.' Bradford Savings

are rebelling against! what In addition to the February manse. Bond chairman, announces

think to be misused dates, Bradford County
they
au- aU postwar
a of H re- shortest stewtd: tomatoes that 1068' broke
copy FVbruary l is the 01' serve with will offer the OED tests in Mrs. O. W. White of U.
thority.
by Louie Waln- month In the year but It and croutons tossed June. 1067.Textbooks. records for purchases
School officials' have long called director of th. Divis brings a generous list of salad buttered corn muffins, may be checkedout Services Held S. Savings Bonds In Florida.:

the skippers a "small percentage." Corrections and it 'plentiful foods and good and prune whip. on a refundable: depositfee Here MondayMrs. Purchases of $98.033,627 higher were

But small percentages can grow, the State Farm buys. These plentiful/! Include This Is Just one of the basis.! more than $7,700.000
Ralford is one of the oranges. grapefruit many recipes Included In the Sr. 71. than the previous record year
and the fact that courts have Olin W. White 1063..
agricultural opera pork, eggs canned salmon, bulletin "MONEY SAVING local 1 hoar of
been resorted to could mean that the state. It reports PresbyterianPastor of Starke died In a "All of the gain can be attributed -
; dry beans, and green split MAIN DISHES. after a short
has already pital Saturday Series E sales
happened.In that in the 1964- to
Will Be
Oranges will be the
peas. This bulletin was offeredsometime illness. Born In Texas on
million
memorandum to all the farm produced which soared nearly $10
a county featured plentiful for Febru
ago and the! supplywas 18. 1895 she had.been.
of 478.110 pounds of Installed SundayThe Nov. ," Mr.: Peek said SeriesE
law enforcement officers Judge ary.Here exhausted. We have just a resident of Starke. for the Bonds are the ones widely

Yawn asked that any student be- IS a recipe using one received a limited r.<1mbel'. service of Installation past 94 years. She was a 'purchased through payroll

tween 7 and 16 years of age found ; 349,032, pounds of of the February Plentlfus: You may get your ccpy by of Rev. Robert D. Burch as member of the Starke First savings: plans In Inoustry

away from his home or school 167,497 SALMON LOAF contacting the Extension!!: minister. of the First Presby- Methodist! Church and theWoman's business! and local aud federal -

during /school hours without a : of products poultry, 86.070 One can: r II 1 pound! salmon Home Economics Office. terian Church of Starke will Society of Chris- governmental agencies.

valid excuse be taken into custody.He eggs 120.714 gallons ; one-half cup milk; 3 CANNED: ) SALMON 1 lx held Sunday Feb. 5, at tian Service. Impetus was added this year

decreed that parents or ; 19.042 gallons of cups sot breadcrumb; one- This high quality protein 7:30: p. m. In the sanctuary. Surviving are three daugh- by the announcement: by
guar- '
666.953 pounds of fourth cup' butter' or margarine food is a good buy and easy The installation commission ters Mrs Charles W Savage, President Johnson In mid-
dians of truant
be
youngsters ; In addition) the melted; one-third cup on the budget. A pound can will include Rev. Donald of Starke: Mrs. Floyd Boone, February of) .n Increase In
!
summoned to court along with the more than 3 salmon liquid; 3 ear yoll 8. of pink salmon now sells for O. Mclnnlii, executive secretary of Jackson. Tenn.: and Mrs. the Interest rate to < 15 per

student. pounds of feed for beaten; 2 tablespoons finely about 20 cents less than) red of the Suwannee Presbytery Charles Fields of Jacksonville cent when the bonds are held

Criminal charges, Judge Yawn and 20,000'bales, of chopped green pepper; 2 salmon. Budgeters rote who will preside and : one son, Olin W. seven years to maturity

says will be filed against any tablespoons finely chopped both are equal In nutritional propound the constitutional White Jr.. of Starke: two Mr. Peek further stated

17 onion; 1 tablespoon lemon 'quality Olve salmon a color questions. brothers. .1, L. White. Texar- that 52 of Florida's 67 coun-
of where
person over
years age juice; one-eighth teaspoon' and flavor !lift by adding a Rev. William Neville, Presbyterian kana, Texas and Edgar ties exceeded their sales QUO-
there is reasonable cause to believe are astounding: pepper: ; 3 egg whites, 'stiffly little minced parsley, pimento minister to studentsat White of Houston. Texas; tas set by the Treasury De-

they may have encouraged a must be remembered beaten. ,, green poppers and green the University of Florida two sisters Mrs Minnie partmen -many of them by
student to be truant from school' free farming op Improve West Palm Beach and
Drain salmon reserving onion. These ingredients will preach on "The Church: Bates. wide margins.

That, the judge says, includea help makes is all no the problem dif- liquid. Flake salmon. salads, croquettes: casseroles The Fellowship of Sinners." Mrs Bertha Brock of Aldln.

students over 17 years of age In the world.! Scald the milk. Add- bl"Jad- and creamed dishes. Rev. William Katlban. minister Texas.! Also surviving are 11

found accompanying younger pu .5 crumbs and butter and let To give salads added glamour of SouthRlde Estates grandchildren and one Effre'tlve Sumliry Frl S NewTpl..phon"

pils. stand 5 minutes. Add salmon serve them with mayon- Presbyterian Church Jacksonville greatgrandchild.Funeral Number OeUltt C.
the mild spell last In liquid and beat until smooth. naise tinted pale green, goldor will charge the min services were held JimeN. Fuwral, Home Ambulance'
out
saw azaleas Add egg yolks green pepper red with vegetable color- ister. at 2:30 'v. m. Monday in the Service I"STARKE

Starke. and when onion lemon Juice pep Ing or blend minced dresh John Norris, a ruMng elder First Methodist, Church with 36J-6200
home there was our
National per and salmon; mix' thor- herbs Into the mayonnaiseand
Scout Weak '
still In its glory
cap dash of
oughly. Fold in egg white. add an extra
flowers and the two
Pour Into a well-creased lemon Juice. Lemon Juice
Boy Scouts of America will cele- are In conflict. l'/i' quart loaf pan. enhances fish flavors.
Is tender and a 0 ID4
brate the 57th anniversary of winter has not yet Bake 'at 350 degrees [moderate The Bradford County Telegraph

their organization February 7 to ; the former promises oven J 40 to SO minutes Effective Hiinduy, !>.b.( 8 New e ESTABLISHED 1879

13. Today, there are almost six Is here and be- or until firm In center. Re- Telephone Numtxr UoUItt C.

million Scouts in the United States two of thorn we're move from oven end let .Jones .'u.rallfommhulance, N | E. I,. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher
stand 5 minutes. Loosen Service I I..* f7
alone. Scouting is dedicated to up and have to re- q. o Florida' Oldest Weekly JVnwupuprr Published ContinotMljr
from sides of pan with a STAKKE 961.6200 19x1
teaching boys how to do things' for the. calendar to see spatula and Invert, on a lION Under The Same Mast llewl.

themselves and others..
serving platter. Serve plainor THE RIGHT POINT for the
Published each Thursday and entered a* Second CIa* Matter wt the Post Off lee
with
Locally Scouts will observe their a sauce the way :you write. Come In
admit that the Menu Snccestlons at Starke. Florida under Act of March 3rd, 1879.
week by participating in Good and select your favorite E8TERBItOOK -
Is In protected
: Turn Day when they collect bags the kitchen a .window Serve with tomato sauce fountain pen. Subscriptions In trade areas 1 year, ....00; t month, $2.23

,. that have been distributed on out In front of our baked stuffed. potatoes. let- TELEORAPIT Outside trade area 1 year. $...50) 6 month*, $2.5O: :
tuce salad and apple brown
behalf of Good Will Industries. Is evidence that A 'CUwlflrd Ad In the TELE-
betty
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VVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyVVVTI KOll. vlHltom of II can be heard each Sun.lav GA. Junior Choir Sunbeam, Pa.tlOr Leroy UlI'ht.eey Morning WornMp. 11 a. m. BETUEL BAPTIST CHUHCH

Miss l Dodd :stuv* it hl busy biother. Rev. 1:30: p m over Radio Sta- 3-30: p. m. Junior OA MeetIng BAPTIST Training Union. 7pm Even. Sunday School. 10 .. m.
!/ BRIDGE
with the Intelmedlateo and and family WZOK. 1320 on youi 4:30: Deacons Meeting,.I LONG Ing Service 8pm. Rev.. Morning Worship 11 a. m.

I THERESSABy hUM somethIng for them almost We are glad likn;; 7pm. CHURCH Lacy Conway, pastor Evening Worship.} 7:30: p. m.

By : Neuhtmlion every Saturday night. BettBieoden Friends of 'vlrs A }X. Hal Wednesday Ne,v; River" Sunday School 10 a. m; CIIVRCII OF OOO Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. m.

We are real lucky having from the Sr. regie that she is a I Associational WMU meets at Morning Worship 11 a. m. 422 N. St. Clair St.. Btarke.. Wednesday. Rev.' W. U

I .. .AA..A.... such a fine person In ourchurch Recent In Br.idfoid County Fii-st Baptist Staike 13: a. m Evening Worship 8pm.: Sunday School 10 a. m Newmri3! pastor.NORTIISIDE .

D.\r'I'lST CHURCH working with our Mrs. Walter but pleased to know MADISON STREET: Mrs. Mary Copes! speaker. Pra3 er Meeting, WednesdayS Worship Services, Mam. and BAPTIST

Dale boys and girls She teaches Mr. and Mrs t she appeals to be:: Im Covered dish luncheon. Sunday p. m. Sing each Friday! al 7:30 YPE
Bradley preached BAPTIST ChURCh I : p. m. Wednesday!
Sunday In his last service at' school in Jacksonville and is and famil". School Workers Meeting 8 p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane: T:30 p m. Prayer Meeting. Located on jb>ajn_ n,,h-

ar.d dell's We are pleased to report I School, Meeting. 7. Dastor. way (SR 2251 at Ralford Road
our church before iroii.R to, the daughter of Mr. Mrs. sister. Sunday Church I 6pm Prayer Friday. 7::30 p. m.-Key. L. SWillluma .
Pied Dodd of Thomas. I Clarence Orlffls is at Worship. (SR 161.] Services: Sunday
Illinois to become a pastor! Keystone 9:45: a. m Morning Church Choir Piactice. 8. IIEILBRONN BAPTIST I pastor.
again after several School 10 a. m. Sunday
Heights The 11 a. m Youth Choir Prac-
of church tlieie He -W. A. .
a pnssE'dall Hogan I.astol'
- tests and was oidalnev: PI:RSONAI.SMr ly icmodelled In the hospital! tice. 4::45. Training Union. Sunday School 9:45: a. i FIKST PRESBYTERIAN Mornlag Worship. 11 a. m.

Into the ministry at 2 m and Mrs. O L. Craw- and It Is very I Mrs Frank Wells of Lees- 6:15. WMU Prayer Circle FIRST CHRISTIAN Morning Worship 11 a. u>. Sunday/ School: ( !, 8:43: a. m Training Union, 6:30: p. m.
p.
.
fold and sons QeialJ and Stanley ] spent the first part of 7:15 Evening Worship 7:30.: Training Union 6:30: p. ni Morning Worship 11 a. in Evening" Service 7:30: MIdWeek -
Sunday week with her mother and CIItTRCH STARKK Evening: Service 710.: ( Midweek Youth 6 Prayer Service Wednes
Fellowship
The ordination Stanley and Mis. Emily Bute ted his 13th Wednesday Prayer p. m
so ITT!on waspreached '
W. P. Mc- were in KIngsland. Ga. for weiner roast at Fffle Miner Praise Service. 7:30.: Church Sunday School -8:45: a. m Prayer Service. 'iUO: p. holr: Practice Thursday. 7.30p : day. 7:30.Rev.: Olenn Law-
by
Rev. Rev. and Mrs. Pauls Fisher Morning Worship 10:45: a. m. Wednesday. -Tioy Johnson hon paaOOr.CiLVARr .
ElroA and the ordination preaching services ucently his parents. Choir Practice. 830.: m
Lakeside Ohio are spend-, Auxiliaries m. Christian Service Hour pastor.
at Temple nptlst Church L. Crawford Thursday -

hands prayer was and by laying the on pastor.ol Rodger McLaughlin RDSN night. a few davs with meet 3:30: p. m. Visitation i 6:30: p. m.Wedneaday. i SMYR.V/t MISSIONARY KIVGSI.EY :LAKE BAPTIST

Rev Merle Packhnm Rev. with the U. S. Navy at Nor-' Yours truly '" brother and MI'S'I 7:30.: Youth Choir BAPTIST CHtJKCll \PTIST CIICRCb Sunday School 10.. tfe

folk. Va is home for a two-i 15th Mr. and Mrs. H. Practice 3:30: p. m. Fellow- Sunday School. 10 a. m. 'Morning Worship 11 a. m
McElroy. and Rev. Paul Es- '
8:30 m MidWeek 833 W. Pratt St. Sunday Morning Worship 11 a. m. Training Union, 8:30: m.
weeks leave with his raients. Next year FIRST METHODIST ship Supper : p. p.
tee Thp charge to the candidate I
Mr. and Mrs. O W. McLaughlin I'll be "sweet Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Arman CHURCH STARKE Bible Study. 7:15: p. m. services: bunday School 10 a. Training Union. S:30 p. m Evening Service. 7:30.: PrayerMeeting.

was gven by1 Rev. EdaarWilkinson of Crystal Lake.i Jacksonville and Mr and: Sunday Church School. Adult Choir Practice. 8.00; P11I'I. m Preaching, 11am. Training Evening Worship, 7:30.: Prayer Wedn<<9day. 7:30 p.

and a Bible' was The McLnughllns also have .....v..y Truman Ford of Marl- I 0:45 a. m Morning Worship Union 8:15: p. m. Evening: Meeting, Wednesday. 7:30.: inRev.. Tl H. Butler. pastor.AIRPARK .
to Dale b
presented ) Rev. two other sons In service Oeo- were vlF'.tin; Air\ and'I \Ham. Snack Supper! for Worship 7 p. m Everyone -Rev. Jim Rig Packham on behalf of the ...... welcome. Elder T. C. Williams BAPTIST
chuich rpce McLaughlin Is now stationed \ James L. Waters last MYF 6pm. MYF meetings. BA YLES3 II'fl" CHURCH OF CHRIST

Dale Is the son of Mr. and] in Viet Nam and took I 6:30.: Evangelistic Service. BAPTIST CHURCH pastor. Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. Sunday School 9:45... m.Mor.n1ng .
part in delta operation and Miss Celia Copeland of 7:30.: LAURA BAPTIST! Worship 11 a. m.
Mrs Clyde Bradley of Route I Sunday School. 10 a m. m.; Morning Worship and
Km
Jtf visited the W. F. Evening Service, 7:30: p. 11\
1 Starke. Reginald McLaughlin! Is In City Monday Girl Scouts I Morning Worship 11 a. m. Sunday School. 949: : a m Communion Service 11 a. m

The New Life Bible Club Marine school. Helicopter: ........ family the first part meet In Fellowship Hall Training Union, 6 p. m Morning Worship. 11 1\. m Evening services 6:30.: Prayer Meeting WedneBsd/7.
Aviation Division at Memphis last we'k.( 3:15 Commission on Education -l 7'30: p. m. Training Um n.
:
I i. held each Monday after Evening Service. 7 p. m. Evening! Worship 7:30: p. m. Wednesday Worship service -
CHURCH ;rrN.tI%.p Similar, FyI 5 Now Board Friday 7:30: -Rev. E. L..
Official m
Tenn.F.frlwttve 7pm p.
:M. 7 Minister P.
school at the church for boys Everyone welcome. -Rev Prayer Meeting, Wednesday. p. m. Jack
Fpb. 5 New Grace "" Number liWitt C.
and gills grades 1 through Snniliry, meeting. 8pm.Tuesday .David Medetros. pastor. 7:30: p m.-Rev. Luther Mc- Bell. GrUfls pastor.
THi'phime Numlx-r, DpUIH C. day School : ,- Film-nil llouin 'i nibtila lire WSCS Executive -

6 The item for the Baptist Jonrs Funeral Home Amkuluiii) a. m. and 7:30: \lee IsSTARKE Committee meets in La-,. ASSKMBLY OF GOD Oee pastor.BROOKER. TINE LEVEL BAPTIST HOPE BAPTIST CHURCR

Rescue Mission for the coming Sort lie IHSTAUKE Circle Monday 961-6200 dies Bible Classroom, 9:30: a. 'lirWAY CIIAPEL BAPTIST Sunday School, la .. m [Highway: 100 at Theretm]

month is towels of any 96 1-6204) nesday 6pm Mr. and Mrs. Bill Legate! m WSCS business! and Pro- I Sunday School, 10 a m Horning Worship 11 a. mreServices Sunday School 10 .. m.

kind. O L. Crawford, licensed followed by Jacksonvlle. Ill. vcre" last gram meeting In the sanctuary Weldon St. and Ralford Morning Worship 11 a. m [Booster BanC Morning Worship 11 a.

minister of this community and Senior MY visitors of Mr 10 a. Road. Sunday School 10 a.m. People ard' m.
Schedule of Services: Sun- m. Training Union.. 6:30:: p. m Young Pray
day School 10 a. m Morning is moderator for preachingand First ; I Mrs. B. E. Reddish Wednesday Primary Morning Worship 11 a. m.! Evening Worship 7:30. Prayer Servl.ceJ.] 6 p. no. Evening Training Union -6:30: p.

Worship 11 a. m Training singing sponsored by the School 10 a.rn: : Mrs. paulne Torodtj and Junior and:! Youth Choir Evening Servtre, 7 p. m. Meeting Wednesday 7:30.: Worship 7pm. Midweek

Union. 6:30: m Preaching Laura Baptist Church ofStarke. a. m. and 7:30: Effle Miner weie visit- practice. 3:15.: Miss Carolyn Tuesday Prayer Meeting, Service. Wednesday, 7:30 9m m.Evening Worship 7li

7 15 Wednesdl.Pray p. They are having ing Union 3:30: their sister-in-law. Mis Gabriel wilt review church 7:30: p. m. Thursday YounsPeople's I DEDAN BAPTro trl-okrr] .-Rev. O. L. Ramsey. pastor m
m -
er Service.p 730.: Choir\ prac- their monthly song service week services Roberts in st. George school literature, 7 p. m. :Meeting 7:30: p. m. Sunday School 1'0... m :. Wednesday Night Prayer

tice afterward this Saturday night at 7:30 7-30: p. m.Church the first part of last Thursday Cub Scout

INTERMEDIITE PARTY at the Church of God in of : Den 4 meets In FellowshipHall :

Starke. The public is invited School lOa. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. 3:15: : Chancel Cliolr! rehearsal -
A party for the Intel'mediates -
Mrs. Cellta Lee has been a. m. and 7 p. Waters visited rela- 7:30.: I Your
was given at the community An investment in Future
here recently to visit her nesday 7:30: p. in Valdosta and Naylor,
- house last S"IUl'daynight
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Char- meeting Friday : FIRST BAPTIST ChURCh
with Miss Romesa les Bryant. She has been Highland Visiting Mi1 and Mis. Ro- STARKE !

-- Dodd- The in charge Intermediates will with her husband. Don whois day School 9-45: Pievatt are Mrs. Pie- Sunday Brotherhood 1ATTC'ED Cil UJCfi1 ILL

meet at the church this Sat- stationed at Fort Hood. ship Ham. : brother and sister-in- Breakfast and Meeting 7:30:

Tecas.Mr Choir Practice : Mr. and Mrs. earnest a m. Sunday School, 9:45: a.
urday night at 6:43: and. go
and Mis H. O Jaircll Prayer of York Pa. I m Moinlng Worship, 11 a. ,
to Gainesville for miniature
of Jacksonville were recent 7:30: p. m. Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Wise re. seimon. "}low" Christian : r$ j-mf'j 1Wi@wmrifiTJW2w: : mff: !mrmiil$1Z mWm.l'!
'prised their son Donny rw. mi
Should Give. "Training
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a party celebrating his Union. 6:15.: Evening Worship -

birthday annlveifary at 7:39.: sermon. "God t Music Appreciatiolllf _
home on Fildaeven- ,
I Loveth A Cheerful Giver. 1

JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS About 25 or 30 friends Monday; Trustee MeetIng -

there to help him enjoy 5 p. m. RA r.leettng'l tj lf t am not a musician, but as I write this) I think back and realize haw my taste in mmic

patty They had roasted. 6:80: Bible Survey tt has changed Early in life, it took only the simplest childhood, Jingles to please me. thenin H
OPTICIAN with all the trim- I
Youth Choir Practice! 7 p. m.
ANTIQUES ELECTRIC MOTORS\ and some of the pret- Tuesday Intermediate 1m school I was trained and taught to appreciate more intricate music. All through life I f:

ANTIQUES decorated happy birth- P 'feel that my knowledge of'...and appreciation for music has grown and matured. / t.;.,
Peavy Brothers .
:Bought-Sold-Appraised cake for dessert 7. HB7 for the purclwno of and from I have 0
irt. Through study help others also grown as a Chri tian and have.a belter WJ.
Furn.itureChinaGIaiBilv.r.BrasOil Electric Co. and Mrs. R W Sapp r-nKln..O..n.rntor: Sit forStnrkc
rs"c and Mrs. Annie Ste Florida power plnnt f. appreciation of my Lord.. t::
Painting; ELECTRIC MOTOR. addition.
of Jacksonville were My knowledge of and! love for God! increases with each church if,
One Piece .. a HOUM Full BoU-.Serviced-Repaired All initturlnl and enutpmnntCurnlHlud worship wtvice...

loa Ward Antiques Oenerators. -Starter* a Prescriptions dinner guests of: fnrpiiMl Hhall iind br all In arcorilaiii'n work .ppr-, : This way of life and worship, I would rccoimnciul: la. anyone. Won't wu iry at...Start ::i
Broken Lenses and Mrs A. C. Pearce. .
with the HpeciritatliMin and
church this $
8873 M. John Are.JaekoonvUla Alterations S Artificial Eyes and Mrs. Luther H1I i outrtct dorumitntH pcrtalnlnir tt.by attending Sunday f
Armature RewfaidlBX' '

theretohUli be exatnln-
may)
387-137 4044 Lenox Ave. Eyewear Daryl and Susie spent <"| or prniiureil, at the offlf*...itof ;f.$ .'_
Call Collect 213 Laura St. 3541210'r evening with Mr. Reynold. Smllli: and JMIUArrhltei : '
Jacksonville 387-2524 't. and Knirlnunra. 4011(} I IUoolevard
1031 Park Rt Mrs. E. F. Oliver In I I
t'ontar J>rvo (Pott
Appliances Furniture orrtie Box llfiO. Jacksonville. I :

FLOOR COVERING and, Mrs. George Atkln Florida I; :.::.I and Old\ one copy Forma thuroofInrhiillnir to In I ; :W ;:f::';;':':: ,, .. .. .. ta4 ..........w( .:*.:

Du-Ra Brand Inc. of Jacksonville v. .re vis r 'tbmltteil$ In trlpllftato.I may t>ttmri : ._i_ e _
Looking for the John C. 'rye family I .. .: IlllHi'rl, : (ruin,, lleynolcltt: I ..
Mouth and ,( Mills, for tlln .Hum' _
Save on Quality better carpet p e Commercial Sunday evening. .r linn PIT cot, ublili will

Furniture & Appliances Photography: Sympathy Is extended Tiu not be... refiindod IhitonI,rite ti ott s. ,
.mill ...Ir... 't d""nl'nl", ituibi \ .sq
visit i .s.& _.
e
Frames & ..
Phllco and RCA p \ L. Wainwright In the loss! txunilnrd.I but t not] lirtii'liredlit ,
TV Washers Refrigerators aat"d 1958: his sister Mrs. Beulah I,I I iln. orIot 'the f'lty rorkrllv :|
I Ittil. HtarkPt Florida I
:3Wag-lc Chef RangesWe 314 HOGAN. fl...,,'.... Jacksonville. who pissed awav In \ Itld n,n,1., ..ro..rl. >' 'X""II- '
Buy and Sell Used Units Friday. The fune- ted by the lilddi-r and bv II
,
5821 Rliirulinir Blvd. PIANOS was held in Atlanta. Oa 'tutu. I rI.'il. Niiiity i ..t or a rertlfled I I
or eoahil'r'eherk on any national -
Sax 771-5475 HEARING AID Appliances she and her husband or Hlutt hank In a Hum
not lest than. five percent ttt
resided for
: many years.
For Befit In HearingSONOTONE See- Stereo the. amount hhl inndtf PayablrIn
AUTOS FOKKir.NWestside Zenith Tommy Baker and I 1 the City of Htnrkn. Florida \.
nitiHt rarh bid UN.
General children of OrlAndo are accompany
a Kiinrnntee I that 'the llld'lrr i
ForeignCar OF JACKSONVILLE "You Gfol A O< Mr. and Mrs. Bill will not withdraw f.i "n'lIP it I 4 '
"Th Strongest and Smallest this week. ,onipotltlon( I aftT, opunlna1' I tlibldii tr t-. -I. .p-s:

Service Hearing Aid in the World- and Mrs. Harold I t1u- 10-Htlatt' and Itt I In, the MUatdrrl. event,to. the I tht 1 1Illdder !I ;{. _

Only C... Hearing Aid Mad f. O. MILLER ) HigKlnbotham* were vis- bn nlll I within I t '.-ntjHayn I
Trained mechanic for Orlando tin.roafter. inter |rto,( IM>U., ] f .
every] Ti TVeat Monroe relatives In over I -' .
reel' '' and lomb ), the requlreilbond L .'
service 'job on all.makes! of JiaaluonvUla 35.V14A8! n. MM./ tut FA i weekend. fnlllnir which he shell ill' ftf'

Foreign &; Sports Cats. I, and Mrs. L. M McCel- forfeit' ri.'pOBlf 'nil. Iiquidat.t',1niruei. ,> t'
The. Rid fond and ,; .
I
MOH1MHOMES( ; :\ ; visited Rev. and Mis rerformanr. rtonrt are ,...""Ir.

PARTS FOR ALT. SEWING ; Redding In Ralfoid fil nted,,I to 1 be bv...(.not tired, merely frnhi anff counter.,.". pimr .iliil ;>': :;:::': ::':::0i&::::::: ::;;::::::: 4L: :::::::$'::::::;;; '::'*:'=:::::-::>:;:':::'f:';: M:';;;':::; i w;; :!;:: ::: :.

2430 BlandJn JarkM 'fille BUTTS signed) of the .ure. ) ; ; ; :: : *
an aReni ) i 'T1iiW" !
H. & and Mrs. Fred Fendar- tv or Insurance. company flit butch <(W|oppomlit'' aomiy M Nin, mild,for ipnnrflni Hit."'.. "tl Nh his : t1

MOBILE HOMESThe spent the werkend with which aarency shall have an :M hi men.mil o)Hit dimwtd he mm to mpond. to Hut low" br tovini ha anghbtr VMImt : = Ij

Auto Sales & Service Here SEWING parents Mr. and Mrs. C. in established.the City I of pliire."Stark' of hUfllneH and be r : Din "0.,110,<) | m Nn Ion. of" God .. aiwiamMl, .c iwltly ar war| of W nil |.MI| ;; ;!, i::i
Souths Best Buys
600 Singer Gordon in Bunncllori duty lltenned to conduct', bualne '. ; ,."..... ond. .Ii... 'tievkmt tikll ..hold a dm will Bt rtohlr pniih' Tho"f.,.. n. .: ; :!
LANDROVER Free Delivery ..M therein.. and .",'h aaenct; *4: Iran i wHtk point al ,it.. a.. .....,d ,support .UK Ctiurdi. Poe .lit.. uhi rf .KM. w..lhmW '
does fancy ::: 'J
Bank Financing" eordllnij (hall .i-elve commission 1 and retain on' auchxiiula .f"I'I"r.nt' : MmH< and hH "hmulr"" l.r,.... !/loot, ......., miy pa,... shoeS.. >.ah...>U and. a.. i

"Best For Le5 grams \ <'n 'it.* 1"'WI''I:i : ) : i : ..od la Hit Clwik., kwcnia illoIh .ills. .bath abort .moni' b''.. desk -.d .Jnlfcin. Ma .: '
Interested in Mobile operated NEW Kiu-h: hid nhoilld ke .addreiiHeil. I Ito vltb >.! M
The World's Finest In Seriously 1r.'ult;$ V.Hrf. limO:lord f.t: h..ea9vesNistknkisw6viauchlds16od... WI
4 Wheel Drives home? Call collect Jax 388- cash $129 or I Florlilnt: In rtiunt er, Florida the City marked Council." .''I- c..._ .". i.a f.:.;:;:(
No. I 1:1-70: "
Sold and Serviced br 1233 for model prices &: terms. Tel. Jax .e II. "Hlioly' I I'lutiUlff VH .Hlnirlne-Oenerator. Met" I'Ita.k"l 1t g-ffl.@n:: m'ii iiim [f W WMf Hff.1'.a&i...A.,M'4f$1.M: timtlmtmmf:1'l'i:1s'i&diTheM : : : : :
6017 Roosevelt Blvd. Jax In. ... 1'heulv."' r..rrtl.lu, livered to the office ot
Robert Chevrolet
6108 TO AI'PKAIt Clerk at the Clfy: Hall eitherby
Green Cove Sprln,,, 301.1Jarkmnvilto Vera ?.l. hhuuly a representative of the Biddor I
,I arft 1..r..I. hv fbi,lrtpl I IhHi. who> shell obtain a receipt
2BI-9BOO MOIULE HOMES: USED Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The
for Dlorrn. HMM. r bii'n. I hcrefor. or by 1'.hl"re"; l mal' Following Sponsors
I SEWING aval nut yon. In th. above with return receipt requested
Parrish Motors J. & J. Swap ShopUSED .. Court' and *.UIIIK. ,anil The City reserves the rla-ht to ,
SINGER ACT. arc req.|.iilri. .il t o HPI.'' II waive Informalities In any bid STARKE
TRAILERS I In 4 of your mmwpr IIr pU-iiri- .to reject any or all hid ,BUILDERS Rosier Monument Co.A Lawson Meat Market
Like New
tr.> the omplnlnt .on I Ihr whole or In part with or without -
TALK* Campers from 8' 20'Moone Sold New ntlfVa. .\lIorn.')' Mon<>rabt.. ..u"H... and nr hiS accept SUPPLIES, Inc.
BKRV1CBPART Homes 32' 53' I II. ri Bat. 172 *r $ In the offlo. or the na for the beat Interests. of th. Featuring. ; An Hardware Monument. For Every. Need
!
Trades Bank Financing Ideal of the Circuit Court on City of Starke. Complete Paint Hupplica \Ve. "Specialize' .. In Custom Slaughter.' .
Hrwy. :21, Orange Park before. the 1:1th ilny. of Keh (SUAL.: ) and Goods
TeL 2646324MOTORCYCLES ALL % I 1967 : oth"rwl.! tli** al- City Council, of tn. Sporting \RBLK, ORAMTB hag Cutting & Wrapping-
FIRW
"OtincK WITH us
M T.ar> Am A Dealer .* of said complaint, City of Starke. Florida
Always Qood Used Can! New 844 and Cassat Used : be taken .an. confeH* !U by City Kv :Merrill CMork I ij...ward 219. Washington. St. WU-tMl AUo Munnoleunrt, Prepared For Deep Fr...

Ml Laara M. Jucksonvtlle Jacksonville notice vliall 1 ht> iiubllHh. Ills 3t 2:1:: PHONE 864-8231
onro each week for tour 411 W. l\IRdl"nn Stnrka
Phone M6-56S4
,' ......k..n tin' Bradford Abstract Co.
HONDAMOTORCTCLKS ,o'rlf'Jo: TO 11EF9bO: :
trl Count. v TMnjcr-nh
I'' 9H9-42AI: Home 182.Sflfi'i
WESTSIDEVolkswagen TRACK ... 'thin llth diy 1, of dnn-. 11: rmrt:IT c-nt-RT. ;
: 1967. 1, KORn. rot'XTV ,,' .' BR.\O-I: 15$ W. CALL STREETPh.

Inc. ALL MODSXa RA "L) Clmilc, A. Dmoy' J.C'1I.\--C'JiRY.C.: frx: 96-1-6831 Starke Ft*. {& ; :

Merchants Green Stamp !f.rk o.f the Clnillt. (' mrt I Plaintiff, I I"L
TRACK llculuh Case No. 13 DeWITT C. JONES OF STARKE INC.
AUTHORIZED DEALER Open 8 AM 7 P.M. M Muuily Deputy ,
tiiip'v: 1'0"n..fpndont. Edwards Grocery &
Tues. Wed.. Tours. Frl Portable Track .
litIt 2'2 :10"1'1'< ': TO FUNERAL HOMES U.S. 301 NORTH
8aJ.. ISl) Patte Open Sat. 8 AM 6 P.M. To HKIjKX: APPKAR rox Mkt.CrocerleaMeatsFe.ds.

s.n-Ioe Body Shop< Closed Sunday & MondayMO'I'OIt Used BuJIdoien : :rio. >$'pe'Ift.'att.ti 1-.1.. Cliii:Ne.: 882119 thins( Von. are her...." nntlflert. that Ph. 969-3801* Starve, Fla.

A. CYCLES "We'll Keep ( .\,! ': OJ' INI: ltNl'l otc J flli-d unit aitnlniit for. IXVORfU you. ,In\ the ha*above bee.p 1 Starke Ph. 961-2600()()
4949 Blending Blvd. &>ll "SlVr, FOIl 11>87 I'TII.I-
Open 8 ajoi.-* p.mpm. 7287 W. naniffl Court anti cause. and you Gas &: Oil
JMksonrllle '771-8214 >4 KKPAXKIOV: PKCKIR\M( ,
are rniittlred. to of
"1 Sat.-Closed Sunday Jacksonville OK STA ilK":. KL.OIIII>\. your answer or a..reopy plearlln, to the Ph. !864-2182 Starke. Fla. Keystone) Heights Charley E. Johns
: ) I'RnpO \P.4 w:! .
1150 LANE AVE. SOU'711Fhone i-omnlalnt on the plaintiff" A>
MUSIC "". by thi' "lty Ooun- tornev O :ORflP.: Tl PTBRCR
Jacksonville 884-3441 Roy's TV Service Agency
WESTERN )f I lio City nt "Htarko. Flor '!'Itl-'ll-, N. TEMPIB: AVK,
until 7:00( (Fantern: Ph. 473-3176
: p. 'in .
"
HTXRKI-3: FLA stud HI the
Paulus Music Co. LITTLE Tlmn.) o on February orlarlnal. In the office of the CALL ROY FOR PROMPT: 131 S. Walnut Ph. ""4G1
CAMPERS Clerk: of the Circuit Court ..nor
Band &: String Intrnjn n/U before the ITth day ofFFnitCARV. SERVICE GENERAL: INSURANCE

Gibson Guitar & Western : I9 7.: ntherwla.* But UndorvoU
Cribbs Campers : Amplifiers the .allegations. hf aald. Complaint 920 Thomas St.. Starke Sinclair Refining Co. Nobody Nobody
School Supplier! -Instruction "Where You'll will be taken aa eon'fenMcrl Phone 9648981BRADFORD : Charley E. John Ac-y

Robert Recorder thing: For by youThla .
Del-Rey Omp r'Ekamp notice shall be publlaliedonce "'. L. Thomas. Distributor.
Music LUtafuy'Expert: .
: r OnxvertlblM each week for four con* I
Sbaita Trall. Repair Depllu'talent| Western Clothing RecjtI'p. weeka In. the. BRjl D. MOTELA O.SOLINESKEROSE1f\ Hurst Shell Service
41 W Monroe !St.! goods. Saddles] FORD coi'NTY:< 'l'Er. :GR.\PH.f'lIt..d .
G't666 thla 34th day of JAXARV : MOTEL Fuel OH and Greases
SUPERIOR
or.adM-B6I1k Financing Jacksonville :3S5-844T Charles &; I ( t HUT CARL HURST
WOfl San Juan Ave.Jso1i7i1. 2310 Beach Blvd. S03 So. .. ril\RtF A. DARBY.Plerk AmM'lca'a Mont Hospitable Motel SOS S. Walnut. Starke

] 3S8-9W1: Jacksonvfll/ 398-3091 Jacksonville: 14t' Vlra-lnln of the! circuit F Da'by. Court Air Condition and Coffee- Free TV Ph. 964-3661 Ow). 301 & 100 Ph. 964-6111

.. .. Keputy. Clerk. 1757 N. SOl Ph. M1-3371
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Garden Club I Tree-Planting Ceremony Held Lindsay Walker Keystone vs GreenvillcConference


L KEYSTONE HILIIES Of The Lakes By Garden Club of The Lakes Services HeldIn I

Has Field Trip

By Jim Fox: I Title
Several members of the The Garden Club of the a. brief address by Mrs. Rich- KeystoneR. RidingOn

1'1l'Itl'le' Phone In Your Items 473-4118 Garden Club of the Lakes Lakes held a Tree Planting ar
attended the flower arrangement Ceremony on Friday, Jan. 27 i president of the club on the Lindsay Walker, 55, ic-
demonstration sponsored at 10 a. m. on the public library I- tree planting program of the tired businessman and former

WOMAN'S CLt'B NEWS pal tment Work With UnderDeveloped by the Palatka Garden grounds at Keystone Florida. Federation of Gar mayor of Keystone Game Here Friday

At the Jan 29 luncheon Nation." Club Wednesday cf last Heights The occasion marked ;" denClubs, Prefacing her remarks Heights. died Sunday) morning
meeting of the Woman's I Mrs. Hunerwadel and 1 her week. the 75th anniversary of with the reading of at his home on Paradise

Club which was held at the late husband were In Burma Members gained \aluable the founding of Garden Joyco Kilmer's poem, Point I The Keystone Indians Hastings: 5 8 7 6-22

educational building of the In 1949, as represent Information from the session Clubs. "Trees" Mrs Schneberger .I Mr Walker was born In marked up two more wins as field.With the team averaging Win Triple-Ileader

Community Church, the tlves of the U. S. ,govern: which was conducted by Mrs.A. Mrs. Lonnie Strlpllnj. president reviewed the history of the Augusta. Ga. on Feb. 16, they overran Trenton 83-47 60 per cent, Moon led the In last Friday's /game at
members were privileged::: to ment. Mrs. Hunerwadel R. Mullins of Deland. of the Garden Club of I Garden Club movement since 1911 He came to Keystone In a game there Friday scoring with 14 points followed Trenton, Keystone won a
have a distinguished !guest as brought a number cf Burmese Those attending were Mrs the Lakes, presented C. H. it was started in 1891: as the Heights about 30 years ago night and Journeyed to Hastings by Triest with 13 the triple-header starting In the

speaker for the occasion, artifacts with her to L C. Stiipllng; president of Donohoe member of the City i Ladles Garden Club of Ath- and was in the service station Tuesday to post their 12th Brokas brothers with l 12 preliminaries with the JVs
I Mrs. Helen B. Hunerwadel l.i the meeting which was a the Garden Cluo of the Council, who commendedthe ens, Ga.. which Is still In ex business here for f many cage victory In 14 starts. each, and Hewitt with 10 52-17 victory followed by the

i who now resides in Gainesville small representation from Lakes. Mrs Ira T. Raye. club on Its civic InterestIn istence.On ears. After retirement from Keystone Jumped off to a, Johns led the Hastings Spud. girls team with 40-23 and

I spoke about "State De- her personal collection Mrs. Ed Dwyer. Mrs. R. I N. beautlflcatlon He spokeon May I. 1963. the president this business several years big 27-5 lead over Hastings stern! with 7. capped by the varsity's 85-47

f- The members enjoyed Mrs Sundcrland and Mrs. C. E. behalf of Roy Watkins of the Florida Federation ago( he became co-owner of In the first quarter and with The JV's won a hard fought win.
i I Hunerwadd's enteitalnlne Mitchell. chairman of the City Coun- announced a. Tree the Keystone Hay Corporation generous substitution was victory 3733. The girls team: Trleit led the Indians with

i and Informative talk. Another trip was enjoyed ell who was unable to be Planting Project, and the operating on leased able to end the game with a was Idle this week as Hastings 20 points, followed closely by

KtYSIONEHEIGHTS The Smorgasbord sponsored on Thursday, Jan. 27 when present ifea:! was received so enthusiastically property at the Keystone lopsided score of 77-23 Even does not participate In Hewitt S Brokas and Moon

by the Woman'i Club 20 members and one guest of Mrs. Emery Coope, chair that 374.983 trees Airport with the substitutions, the girls basketball. with 19. 18, and 13 respectively -

was held Saturday night i at the club Journeyed to the man of the Clay County Library were planted by members He was a member of the Indians had their best ]percentage Score by quarters: Hurst accounted, for:
the Masonic Hall Mrs Reggie home of Mrs John Kress- Board thanked the club during the first year. Community Church of Key In shots! from the Keystone: 27 19 16 IS-77 18 of Trenton's 47 points.

Schuber, publicity chairman man at Trenton. The group for choosing the site on library During the years 1963-65. stone Heights. Melrose Lodge Score by quarters:

for the Woman't Club enjoyed luncheon on the pa-1 grounds as a suitable almost a million and a half No. 89, F. & A M., the Key Keystone: 21 31 13 20 83
I I reported that the affair was tie served by the co-hos place to plant the lovely trees were planted under the stone Heights Golf and Keystone Cubs I- YY""YYYYYYYYYY"YTYYYINDIAN Trenton: 14 8 7 .18-47

well attended. tesses Mrs. D M. Pater. Mrs. magnolia tree. Mrs. Cooper program, Mrs. Schneberger Country Club and Morroro mix Friday. Keystone
i Mrs. Seth Kennedy was Don Panorborn, and Mrs had also cooperated with said and the program Is continuing Temple Shrine of Jacksonville Stage FirstPinewood BEACHLake plays host to Oreenvllle! In a

MELROSE r iI chalimanj of the dinner. with Sundeiland. Mrs. Roy Bridges chairman to grow. She urged He was a past president/ DerbyThe game that will probably determine

Mrs J. Williams and Mrs Mrs. Kiessman took the of the Tree Committee and the planting of trees as a and senior active member of ( Siutte Fe) the top place in the
I Mrs. C. E. Mitchell co-chair- memorial to deceased members Ro Suwannee Valley Conference.Oreenvllle .
Earl Voyles as coch.1lrmen.These group on a tour of her gar the Keystone Heights regular meeting: of Cub
BUSINESS ladles were assisted I In den. Identifying plants and man, In selecting and plantIng and friends. tary Club, Scout Pack 305 was held last By Michael II. Chltty Is undefeated In
i the tree. The closing proary was widow, Ph. 4732111GREETINGSTo conference pla v. whle! Key-
preparing and serving the explaining their growth hab Surviving are his! Thursday at the Keystone >
food by the remaining members its and proper care. Many The 'program followed with "given by Mrs. Fred Hazen. Lois Strickland; two daughters Heights city haIl at 7 p. m. "' A stone has lost only one and

DIRECTORY of the club. plants were new to the members Mrs. Linda Henderson An Impressive flag ceremony that one to Oreenvllle In

The ladles wish to thank and, Mrs.! Krcssman was and Miss Julie Walker, one led by Don Chief you. from their Initial encounter.
their friends and members generous In sharing cuttings Baker Named NEWS NOTES .lion Veazy Walker; his Mark Jordan opened the your new Indian Beach Correspondent The Indiana have scored
Auto Sales & Service for helping to make the It was a very beneficial trip Adjutant For mother Mrs. Eula A. Walker: meeting. The Color Guard Michael H. Chitty 898 points to date while
First of all, I would like to to
all! holding their opponents
Smorgasbord such a success By Helen EganOMSIt'NITY and three grandchildren, was composed of Larry Turk-
SPRING MOTORSComplete thank Mrs. Jack Miller for the
Post 202 ) 549. This Is an average of
and a vote of thanks to Herb Legion or Keystone Heights. nett. Bruce Bannon, Gerald
Service & Parts ForVOLKSWAGEN Nelson who furnished printed Funeral services were held Keeth, and Lester Ketch. nice buildup that she gave maIn Just over 63 for Keystone to
Nlcklauies; 3rd place, thSnea4 Post Commander Graham In the tier final news column last a fraction over 32: for their
tickets. : CIIIWIIThe at 10 a. m. Tuesday The following awards were
\ and 4th place the week il would like to tha.nkher
"If It's For A VolkswagenWe Kffective: Sundiry, Fob. 5 New Palmers.; The members of the F Hutchlnson has announ Family Night covered Community Church <:-f Key presented: Wolf Badges to also for helping me to opponents.
Have It." Uf\Mtt. C. ced the appointment of Wil 25 with the pas'
Telephone" Number dish dinner on> January waavery stone Heights Darrell White Joey Ricks.
team. Freda: 'Wy get started writing this column.
Ai-waya: Plenty of Oood Used Jones. Funeral Home Ambulance winning liam E. Baker as Adjutant, special one. because of tor. Dr. Albert C. Holt officiating Donald Tllest, Frank Bailey
Lucille Starnes, Fran However, I would likcf to make
I, Volkswagens In Stock Servtie U Chesslngtoru man and Louise Gallop and George E. LaRue as" the honor of having Mrs Interment was In the and Gerald Keeth; a Gold one correction; I haven't !beenIn > I STYLES
Green Cove Spring*. 284-9209 Service Officer for KeystonReightsMelrose Julia Lake Kellersborfrer asjrnetit Heights C-metery NELL'
STARKE 9616200LIONS' received Individual tro ; Keystone Airow to Don Wingate; Silver a wheelchair all of my life, I II 01"
CLUB NEWS Post 202 speaker. Among the under direction of DeWitt C. Turk-
Arrows to Larry
the five six
:Juat, past or years.
Heights phies. American Legion. jrppolnl guests were Mr. and Funeral Home <1 Key I Hi way 21 Melros
BEAUTY SHOP The Keystone Jim Chesalngton Jones nett and Kevin Bannon: and I have always been Interested
Lions Club started U.elr an Chairman that the club was Baker Is a lifetime residentof Mrs. Clarence Sipes, who celebrated stone Heights Service Stars to Lester Ketch In writing, and It will certainly For
announced
KEYSTONEBEAUTYSHOP nual drive for the Florida : the community and has: their Golden Wedding Masonic rites were adminIstered and Steve Ashton. be a challenge to try It for
coordinating
Lions Foundation for the working hard In been Postmaster at Lake Geneva Anntverry.on. ,January 17. at the graveside, by The Pinewood Derby was the Telegraph. With a little The
"Rebel $3.000" &
Blind Saturday. The driveis plans for the which will beheld since 1958. :Mrs.: Kellersibergpr and her Melrose Lodge The family held 7:13: with Police Chief luck, and the cooperation of @:{1'
,
Edith Johnson Owner headed this year by Committee Tournament March LaRue Is In the Insurance late husband\ have pioneered In requested, that contributionsbe Wally Muhlhofer! as judge my tiMid, it may 'foe the ; Lady
at our club on and I Is a former city the glospel 2J\ tl lonary field, Community
Persona Chairman E. Leonard business made to the The following contestants starting point of a. rewarding
Creative Jones. The local Lions are 3rdi and 4th. Approximately mainly counclman of Keystone: w ql,' .JImQng., ,lepers. She Church In lieu of flowers. whittled, painted, and soup- career. I just hope that I canto : Who
Hair Styling' raising funds. as are Lions 200 golfers. comprised "The Post Is fortunate to now lives In Melbourne Beach, Active pallbearers were O.J. ed-up their cars with the; as well at keeping you Informed ,
Care ];, of pros, are expected: to such capable men agree and faeij aim In her later years Jr. C E. Mitchell of 'i'ijP' Cares
Individual Bmtnty all over the state of Florida, have F. Munhee hope of being champion of the news as our
Form of Culture participate: to in these! Important In to purchase a travel typo N. W. Hardenbergh E. former For those of
Every Beauty for this worthy cause formed serve the first derby In Keystone: reporter.
Feb. 0 New
Open" Tu rSat.9S. ; for sight conservation The Telephone Effective Number Sundiry DeWUt C. offices," commander Hutch trailer.! ,vsar.o-ariJ I'i the wptlnuo mountain herministry F. Alkcn E P. Menz n. and Lester Ketch. Joey Ricks you who do not have a.. telephone I Open Mon., thru Sat.
Cloved Monday of ison said.Biiflge among W Tyre. Honorary pallbearers please stop by house
most Important function Funeral Home Ambulance Roy Bobby Hayes Harry Wagner, my Evenings
Jonew people! of Kentucky and Tennessee. Also Thursday !!
Keystone Height 415..11&'InOA the foundation Is to supply!,' Serilifl IsSTARKE. were member of the Kevin Bannon, Mike Meth- with your news. i

necessary financing fin administration 961.6200 Melrose Lodge vln, Danny Raulerson, Timmy Well now, let's take 4. look Call Melrose 475-5285
North / game on Jan. 28 YOVTII tJNDAy'.... .. I t.-- at'iwhafs at Iedims. .. '
TS' MOTORS of the -- Mnrrhee. Darrell White going on -
Ct'B SCOUTS ELECT-: for North and on ''Sunday.' ; Jan. 29, the! rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTMELROSE'"' For ,Appointment
Florida Eye Bank, located In Den 1 has been' meeting were: High East and West positions youth,",of the church conducted Don Triest, Barry Ilgen. [Continued, On Next Page! I
South,
BILL'S MARINESALES Gainesville. The Florida home Gary Goetzman Bruce Ban.
each Monday at the Mr and MJS. G. Ray all services with the exception
& SKKVICE: Lions Foundation also supports of their den mother, Mrs. mond: Starnes, and Mis. Adelaide of the /sermon)' whloh Dr. A. C. non, Don Wlngate David

"The Fun Fleets In" eye clinics throughout Phil Parsons. They have explored and Miss Sally Holt dellveredWthl* special em. McLean, Jimmy Andrews
Chrysler Lone Star Boats the state such as the one at the January theme. Hesa. phasls'on youth..' By Sally Rothhammer Dana Goetzman, Barry Andrews

Chrysler Motors the Duval Medical Center ""Highways to History" by Mansfield.The meets each Music wan provided by a Billy Beam Steve C. C. COOK

Service & Parts for Through the eye bank you drawing. Oa! United state! club at 7:30: p. m. at ,12-Tvelca youth 'choir, consisting L6 ..t Nelson Larry Tui'knett, JBUYS!

All Outboard! may be enabled to gve! thrift map the trails, canals and Thursday Hall. Com Jol of Danny Hlnck, \IDonald IlKer>-> Duplicate Bridge winners: Steve Ashton Gerald Keeth
Corner Rte. 21 & 2(5'Melrove (' of sight to a blind person rrvers used by the pioneersto the Masonic j6rljf"WafTerti.! Richard Martin,, 1st place -Mrs. Paley Boyd' Maik Klefer, Matt Tvre, Dc- AUTO SALES

47Y-4S.V7 Last Saturday, Lions settle the west. The cubs a good bridge Is group.home with Marshall Gallop, Diana Ilgen. and Mrs. John Stiawn. 2nd 'vln' Wyman, Robbie Parsons,
McOIave and Haynes distributed also drew modern highwayson John Allen Leslie Beam, Gina MaMa, Mrs. Mary Cook and Bruce Bleasdale. Frank '
place-
his wife, Wilma of Gainesville Bird Elaine Lovorn. Dickinson Jim Illway 21, Keystone Heights
Information to many the map to Indicate Su'jian Miss Iva Hlllyer. 3rd place- Bailey. Ed
J>PLUMBINC: ( and his mother, Mrs. and Pat WrIn.je. .. Gallon.,
Keystone residents. It you places they have visited of JII lcrest. Roxann Ketch Mrs. Emery Cooper and Mrs. Akrldge, and Howard

ANNOUNCING wish to receive more Information The Cubs elected Barry John Lena has Clemens a, 30-day leave. before E.: B. Hoff, Tied lor 4th Kevin Wyman was the '63 CHEVROLET Half-Ton Truck,
the Invocation
wills or If you Roxann; Ketch gave champion after winning five
of New on eye Andrews as the new aenner lo place-Mrs. Ray Becker and
OpmlnK his new
to Real! t
reporting and Lord's Prayer; Sharp __ _
form Goetzmai came
PLUMBING & RFPAIK SHOP wish to complete tho and Jimmy Andrews as the his Mrs. Phil Kromer Mxs. Roland races Gary
will you
To Your !>>or for willing your eyes or If new assistant denner.Deli cation. We give. later date.Mr. Elaine Lovorn led the rcapooi- Bryan and MI's. R. N. In second and Larry Turk- '63 CHEVROLET
you can contribute to this 1 Is proud of the new address at a slve reading. Apostle', Creed nett finished third, Pick-up,
United Plumbing, foundation to support the two new wolves very Frank BaJley !- and Mrs. E. W.guests Bishop of and Doxology; and tho choir Livingston.The Cub Pack Blue and The Pack appreciates the I With Long Wheel Hase

Inc. eye bank contact Jones! Mc- and Donny Triest They TMaryl) were dinner BriggsPggyl. wan directed by Richard Mar old "Coveicd Dion" Banquet efforts of Robert Hayes, Br. '

Harry II. Goodwin Slave or any Lion. YOU can are also proud of their second Mr. and Mrs. Sunday Fred Mr. tin Ushers were Ricky Wrinkle Warren .- will be held Feb. 23, at the in building and settng: up '64 CHEVROLET Pick-up,
last Mike
now become a member of the winner of the ( Bobby Hendry, Youth Camp at the track. The Cubs look forward With Wheel I Like Newt!
Owner''& Prr"ln>'nt place and Mrs Briggs are residentsof Frank Mllner, and AcolyU. Lake Swan I Long Use.!';
New Construction.) Plumbing", Florida Lions Foundation for Pinewood Derby. Gary Goetzman Cod. but are spendIng Kevin 7:30: P. M Boys are temlnded to the Pinewood Derby
Krpuiro. Klrctrlo: Sotti* antl the Blind by a donation of Cape this winter at Swan Youth Wyman.The Fellowship meats to bring a covered dish sothis being an annual even for theFade j '62 CHEVROLET II NOVA,
"Sink' Cleaning Machine, DrainP1IO.NK one dollar or more. Formerly, Dl-PONT be In Keystone
will
ANNUAL ) delicious banquet a suc-
their 6:30
Lake. Following each Sunday at : pin. under 2-Door) Hardtop Real Sharp.
line ('Ipanfn/t'/ : this was afforded
privilege CREDIT
WININCl .
dinner, the two couples the leadership of Eirry'
473-1118
only to Lions of Flarlda UNION MEETING the of cess.The Pinewood Derby Race I '
Invited to spend Wyman. We are very proud 65 GTO PONTIAC
Kt. 1, Bnv 290Keystone were ,
GIVE THAT OTHERS MAY Mining Credit at selects for making money
The DuPont and Mrs. youth witnessed last was' held Thursday night
Flit. with Mr. our as
.tght"l SEE.Ten Union held their annual evening Hclfrlck of Melrose Sunday.IIOMEMAKKKH. the educational building at The PTA will hold a "Taste"Supper 2-Door Hardtop. One Owner. Like New. Loaded.

!1 entries were received meeting on Saturday. Jan. Clarence Fox. son of Mr. and : : : CLUO:: Meliohe Methodist Mrc Jean February 11, 5-7 pm. !
('ON( RETgI by the Keystone Heights 28, at the Southslde Elementary Butch Everett Fox reported to Tho Keystone Homcmakent\ Varnea of Florahoio?, Den at the school's cafeteria PHONE 473-4936

I Lions In the Lions International School In Starke. President Mrs.Benning, Ga. last Sunday Club wua well represented at mother of Don 1; wInners| far $1 a. plate Room-ocount 'I
I Hawthorne Concrete "Peace Is Attainable"essay Everett Fox conducted Ft will attend Officer's the Extension Homemakers were' 1st. Larry Vaines, 2nd was won by Mrs. McOrath's

& Supply Inc. contest. Next week the the meeting which vas tell and School. Hll parents Council of Clay County meeting Kevin: Reed. 3rd Steve Allen. fourth grade and Mrs San !

I top three authors will be announced attended by members livingIn Candidate and sister Jackie drove at Doctor's Inlet ot. January Mrs Pat Sapp. Den Motherfor er's ninth grade. Owen
REnt I II and the final orderof Starke and Keystone. Following Columbus. where the 24. Those from here at Den 2 winners, -wtie 1st Clutstaln Putnam County I
I MIX the finish will be nemcd at the meeting refreshments him to located. We will !give I tending the morning session Clyde Rothhamme-r. 2nd. Assistant Superintendent for I

CONCHETK the Feb. 13 meeting of the were served and. also camp l is address at .a later and! covered dish luncheon Benny Sapp. 3rd. Danny Instruction, gave a most In
his
I IIwy. 20 W. Hawthorne Lions Club. The winning entry many members were! the :you were: President, Mrs., Mildred Sapp. Mrs. Betty Coy".. Den rating: talk "Where are we

I ,181.2032.20nEledrfcal : will be forwarded to be lucky winners<< of nice door date. Cromer returned Payton! Vk-e President, Emily Mother for Den 3 winners olnz In Education?" Refreshments

judged on' the district; state, pri/es. Members attending Edna this week from Baptist Inon.: Secretary, Mrs. Detha were: 1st James Fink, 2nd were served by ,'

Sales & Service' and International leve: Judges from Keystone, ) were: Mr. and home Memorial Hospital In Jax. Hickey; Treasurer Mrs. Ida Chris Courtney 3rd. Eddie refreshment chairmen Mrs.
of the Contest. Miss Gertrude Mrs. Everett Fox. Mr. and that she will be Gentry; (Mrs., Grace Van. Sapp. Winner of the Pack Pattli Oilrlo and Mis. Jerry

Yeoman's Electrical Rouser, Dr. A. C. Holt Mrs. Charles Tolfovd Mr. We hope much better, In avery Busklrk and Mrs. Ella Gertz Race was won by James Jackson. i
and Mayor Al Nelson were and Mrs. Charlie McOIave. feeling time. of Corbln, Ky., and Mrs. Helen Fink. Larry and Clyue won Last Friday the fifth grade
short .
Sales & Service Impressed by the quality of Mr and Mrs. Bill Beam. Mr. Dorothy Sherman Eg-an. $1 In cash for fir.t t place classes) of Melrose( High took :

Frlgldalre Appliance the entries from the Keystone and Mrs. George Schaeffer Mrs.of Mrs. Nell Orayson Hew officers were elected winners In their dens. James i a' field trip. They visited

Maytag Washera) area.President. Mr. Herb Nelson. Mr. and sister returned to Keystone and Installed at thlll meeting: won' $3 $2 for Pak Winning i Roberts Dairy, Selglcr Farms
Zenith and Motorola TV WUdt of the Mrs John Rufflnl and has holiday wit tc Cln- Effective Sondwy Feb. B NewTel..phone and $1 for Don wLinings. and Keystone Egg-Op. One
after a Number I> mtt C '
Slegler Heater. Lions Club plans to have the daughters; and Mr. and Mrs. clnnattl. Ohio. We a" haPPY ..Jon..1"urferalll..mo.mbull&nrl. The five dollars was donated of the hlzh-Hghts: was tasting .51

P. O. Box 180 Metro' judges as well as the top: Harold Sutton. report that Mrs. Shermanwill Servlre IsSTARKE. by the Keystone State Bank. raw milk which was a ,
Phono 47S-Z17I three, present at thlj meet-I Itnlr. HERE N' THERE to make her home permanently James also won a Trophy for first for most of the young, '
'
Awards of 25, 15 and 10 Mr. and Mrs. O. A Kelly In Keystone. 961-6200 Pak Race. sters. Teachers accompany ;

NURSERY dollars will be made and the of Trenton' were visiting. theiraughter Mr. Mrs.here Raymond Wlnltate'returned FELLOWSHIP The; new\ year CLtH of gam*, fun. I The North Central Baptist ing1 the classes were Mrs We Know The People
winner will be eligible for the and family, Saturday from started i Church In Gainesville was
home and social fellowship (Continued on next PajelSCHEDULE 1
O.C. Carnes Nursery $100 state prize and tha $23- and Mrs Cecil Harper and I Bradford Countv..! ospttai.lVe with a fine meeting on -Jin I meeting place for th? association -
000 International prize. But last week. will be of the OA last'i'tday
Harriet, hope that she uary 26 ait St. Anne's Parish meeting Who Are Going Places
III war 100. Florahome of most Importance throughout Mr. and Mrs. Fred R. Andrews f*...'1nZ: well soon. House. President Julius Han- "' night Mrs. GUI Al-
23 Miles SE of Starke the world. the youth of are the proud parents Effective !4und y, Ff*. 8 New Mn; announced that a treat.. Is deiman. Mrs. Virginia Finn,
Nursery Stock Thous- today were encouraged to of I their first child Tracey Telephone Numb IfcrWItt O.Jonr In store at the February 9 meet. Mrs. Evelyn Perry and Mrs. OF SERVICES
andi of Plant & Fruit turn their Ideas to the fact Lvnn. who> was born on January .. Fun ra1 Home Ambulance ing1 when lAl Watson will show Russell Dougherty accompanied Prom our tellers' wIndows we see,
Trees to choose from. Nice that "Peace Is Attainable" 19. Mr. Andrews la our 8..n'l..e I I"STARKE slides and give a historical the OA from Ellam PARKof each week the people who are going -

Shad Trees Evergreens Instead of thoughts of rebellion county librarian, and many 961-6200 report on the early days, In : Baptist: In Mclrone. After the the places!'!, financially. They are the
ft Landscape Plants. All discontent and contempt of r you have met him at our Please be ure to drop a Keyston! .. ... vIIONOKABU covered dish affair MM: Basslngton systematic savers who make every
In containers Plant any for authority. local library. We would like }Inc\ to Mrs. Robert Fend !. ? MKNTION: gave a talk on Missionary PALMS
day a stepping atone! to the
time. Camellias Sc azaleas. TEEINO OFF to take this opportunity to who Is a. patient at the Bradford The "Woman's Club of"Key- In Peru. Melrone GA pay /
Let n. do your landscaping Mrs. Gay Llvngston. publicity extend our congratulations. County Hospital. and to 'tone Heights won honorable won a trophy for most at- SUNDAYS things they want most!' out of life. ->

I'hone 684-2165 chairman for the Alec Livingston son of Mr. Mrs. Elm Scott. who Is a fnentlon for Its decorated tendance. I 11:00: A.M. 7:30 P.M. Get In line for a successful future. Open a savings
Woman's Golf Association i and Mrs. Gay Livingston ofeLson's patient at Alochua... Generalin luncheon talbl at the. annual Melrose PTA metlnrf was THURSDAYS
account here day.
see us
USED CARSHanks has announced the final results Point. left Tuesdayfor Gainesville. birthday party of the Palatkacl last Monday night. Officers' 7:30: P.M. every pay
of the team play tournament Ft. Polk. La. where hewill Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pater of cl /t;> on January :20. Each chit: for 1967-88 school term'' FUNDAMENTALBIBLE

Used Cars which was' held thepast complete basic training Nelson's Point have as their decorated a table to represent were: president Harvey KEYSTONE STATE BANK
BIG CASH DISCOUNT three Thursdays. This and also attend school forthe guests Mr. Pater's mother. a month of the year. .1\1... Earlbyte. !: Finn vice president, Mrs.Quinton .I' TEACHING
weeks. Alec Is a and hU ..; Ti;. pre"tdent of the Christie.
was an 18-hole tournament. next 18 Mrs. Elizabeth Pater secretary All Services Held In The Member P.D.I.C. Heights .
TERMS Keystone Fla..
which consisted of four member of the Army Reserve uncle. Robert Ashton. both Keystone Club, and Mn. Albert Mrs. Richard Moore and I
BUY SELL TRADE teams [with four ladles oneach 'with his unit being lo 11urst N. J, Baihmann: used the' month treasurer Mrs. Jimmie Price.The Congenial AtmosphereOf "Your Friendly Bank
of r Lyn ,
1 Ben 90 The Lounge.
Kt. In their j
of decoratIng
iMay
Jacksonville.DUPLICATE "School
team The winners cateIn: PTA are selling In Your Friendly Community;*
Ilwy. 100 S Mite S. Starke were as follows 1st. place.the BRIDGE Mr. and Mrs. Kyle MeMuron -' I Continued On NJJ Pairel] Da i," booklets as one of their II
Sanders: 2nd place the Winners for the Dapllcnte rContinuPd[ next Pwel 1 1I






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THURSDAY, FED D. 2, 1967...

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLGtfMSA -"

JfAGE TWELVE against! Clinton I* and Th lmBoatwrlBht.
I organist defendants. In
recent guests tha. Martha resides In Se and Evelyn. land, 11 I at together
the loss of our friend, R. Airs. Brokas as general chair- Suzy. as Divine worship. Sunday the amount im.sp
I have (been Informed there Mrs. Oliver Quinn and her bring Evelyn was five When they; communion 2nd with all Costs of collection

KEYSTONE Lindsay on Walker Sunday, who Jan. passed 29, at man.Friday, Feb. 3: Community will' be a meeting of Alcoholic son of Rlncon Village Ga. PERSONALS moved to their present home a.Sunday m. Holy of each month. p Have lolled the and following have In.de my>,.
away her Mr. Col. E. and here in Melrose. They have< t ribedlun perBonal property to
Point. Church Board of Trustees Anonymous; Saturday plight were visiting parents Emma Vogel! held each Sundayat '
home Paradise
his Services
HILITES He will be on remembered by meet, 7:30: p.m at 8 o'clock. The meeting will and Mrs. 0. W. Kills tn Mrs. Douglas MacKeachic, lived here for forty years. St. Anne's Episcopal! I Wit 1980: Ford 4 Door Bedim. TI-
Sunday' Feb. 10: Boy Scout be held in the episcopal week. Mr. and Mrs. W. J I 1.. have returned from n Caribbean Roy Cason Is PI year; Heights, : D04<5719 1O No. UA12XloS77h -
his many! friends, and we of- Church: Keystone No 6W76
Starke and Mra. and Mrs. Cason was I ( Tag
Sunday. Scouts and Cubs will Church in Melrose.T. Carroll of Cruise which took them young, the property of the
condolences to his A
.I From Preceding rare) U-i our have parr in! Community Sgt. Jimmy Roam who Andrews of Tampa were 11.11100 to four of the Islands and to 80( this past October. Janu Fla. above named defendant and

fam.ly. Church morning worship serv- has been stationed, in Witchlta recent visitors at the Ellis Caracas the capital of Vene- ary 26 of this month Uu Catholic that on Monday< the 13th Any,,
returned froma 1981. at twelve
try have Just friends R. ice and will provide altar Falls Texas, is visiting Mr. home. ': zuela. Casons celebrated their 63r St. Wlll1am'sFr.. Edward o'clock of FebrUary noon on said day ut

visit wth their flowers.A and (Mrs. Johnny ROBS: this Mr. Wheeler reports that Boy Effective Sunday, Feb 5 New Wedding Anniversary. A. Kirby,, priest in charge. the Bart: entrance ot the Bradford -

E; Barrett and family,Mc-of NEWS NOTESFrom surprise Is in store nor week. Jimmy is leaving for Scout Troop 109'' of '!Mlroshod Telephone Number DeWItt C Their family consists of Mrs. E. A. Lamm organist. will offer County for sale Court and Houao.cell to 1
Va. Mrs.
Branchvllle. members of the Eastern Star Turkey Thursday where he will a campout Saturday and Jones Fuuaral Home Ambulance four children six grandchildren Sunday Mass7:30: a. m the highest, bidder for rash In

Murtry remained with the Chapter, as arranged by be stationed. Mrs Rau of Seattle Saturday night' at his how !Service isSTARKE and eight great grand Wednesday Mass -6 p. m. hand the above described
:McMur- of auld defendant ic 1
Barretts while Mr. [ Preceding Page] Worthy Matron Dorothy Koons. Wash., la also visitingthe on the l lake. Seventeen boys 961-6200 children. Monday Miraculous Me- property satisfy the oforesald Execu-II
business
a try conducted some (Date not permitted to be an- Ross family. attended. ,Plans were mado tor Mr and Mrs. R. M. Cason The widening of Highway dal Novena" 7 p. m. Inquiry tlon.

in North Carolina and South table, which featured: a tradi- nounced.) Mo. and 'Mrs. Jim Brummet the Scouts to attend the State guests, last week wehe their 26 has sadden the Casons class, 6:13: p. m. Bradford P. D. Reddish County; ,Sheriff Florida/ .

Carolina for a few days. tional May Pole In the center. PERSONALS and son Jimmy of Panama Fair In Tampa next month. friends, Mr. and Mrs. Lester some. They have seen some Confessions: Before Mass lilt) 4t 2B|

Mrs.. McMurtry reports that ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL Mr. and Mrs. Philip Stock- City were.> weekend guests of Earl Voyles was a patient I In Winn of Hampton, also/ their of their fruit trees and flowers -I; on Wednesday and Sunday. -

they saw their first snow in Rev. William Woratall. Roland ,well of Luneiuburg' Mass( are Mr. and Mrs. Pete Barton recently the Bradford County Hoaplti.1 son Ralph of Silver take. chopped up and hauled Holy Day Mass-7 a. m. In County nrudterd Jutlu&." Comrt: tm

20 years--I'm sure that they Tipping: Mrs. Jerry Ko- visiting: the Bernard Slocombs. The Brummets are the from. Thursday till Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Dann's away to make room for pro- And .Fur ConHtjpPlorliln.

Are glad to be back In Flor datt, Mrs. Amy McElrnth, and The women are sisters. former owners of Starke Lan a. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sweat'li weekend guests were their :; Baptist In re: Estate of Della Porter -

idaLast Mrs. Charles King attendedthe Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fravel :Miss Bernadette Soto, and Mr. gen Jr. attended a blrt.1dIlYparty step-daughter of Jacksonville gress.We are so glad .o have Worship servicea : Sunday deceaHP.TO' CREDITORS

weekend, Charles" P 124th annual conventionof of Wayne, Pa. visited! the Jack and Mrs. Buddy Garner of for their son, L. R. Mrs. Eddie: Johnson; them as neighbors once 11 a. m., 7:30: p. m. [nursery NOTICE All creditor of the estate of

Ferrara flew In from Ft. the Episcopal Diocese ol Halberstroha recently. Starke, were also guests oC the Swearingen, in Jacksonvlll their daughter, Mrs. Emma again. Drop by and chat open]. Della notified Porter, deceased and reiiulrrd, are

Jackson, S. C. to visit with Florida in Jacksonville on Mrs. J. P. Hutchinson: of Bartons. last week. Grover of Starke; and their with them for awhile] We Sunday School, 9:45: a. m to hereDy file any claims or demand

his aunt and uncle, Mr. and January 26.Organist Clifton Forgo Va. WB.J; a recent Mrs. Beverly Fletcher a stu- Our "Old Buddy John grandson, Richard Grover know will enjoy your- nursery open]. Training Vie which they may have against
you
Mrs Bill Slmeral of Lake and Choir Director guest of ;Mrs Nctfe dent at the U. of P., visited Shaughnessy 1.. still Improving who U In the Navy and stationed selves. tan 6:30 p. m fnursery open' said estate jutl.In....the.' of office Bradford of the

Brooklyn Saturday night, Ralph Copeland Is organizinga Smith. her parents, Mr.: and Mrs. En- after his long stay in the hot In Norfolk Va. An- ; Rev. Lawrence Carroll county County Florida' In the court

they were dinner guests of Junior Choir and held the Dr. George L Bird, professor -I glish Hilton on Sunday. pltal. All his friends will be other I pastor house at Starke. Florida, within -
guest of the Dann"swas :
:Mr. and Mrs. Victor BaLmmo first meeting last week. He in the Graduate :School:; of Mr. and Mrs Calvin Ward of glad to see him back visiting their friend, Mrs. Carol I r the six date calendar of the first month.publication from

of Oalnesvllle. la also making arrangementswith Journalism at Syracuse N. Y. Starke, celebrated their 00th at the store. Gable of Gainesville 1 1 i of this notice Each: claim
PANCAKE SUPPER AT the Community Church University, has been visitinghis Wedding Anniversary with a I Mr. and Mrs Charles \1. lIJi Adjustable VlnsJ Book or demand muat be In writing

ST ANNE'S Choir for a. combine Easter: brother, John Bird and family party at the home of Chandler of Blackshaar, Ga, have Mr. and Mrs.home C. R. Wesley I Covers. AH sixes 30 cents ea'' and resilience rnuDt..and stats Boat the office plane ad-or

Tuesday. Feb. 7. St. Anne's' cantata.ANNOUNCEMENTS. family during mldsemed'I' I their daughter Mrs. Joyce Were visiting her aunt and returned after a at The Telegraph. die-nil. of the. ulalmunt and must
Church will have a : Dr. and Ward Barton. Helping to cele- uncle, ,Air. and (Mrs. E. W. visit with their son and family Interdemonlnaltonal I be sworn to by the claimant,
Episcopal Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wesley Community church Dr his agent, or his attorney, or
Shrove Tuesday Pancake! Super Week of February 8: enjoyed a trip! to Fort Lauderdale brate the gala occasion with Revels over the weekend. I I NOTICE Of 1IBHIFN'aSALE it will become void accordingto
at their parish house. Community Church Women's recently where they vIsit- them, were: Mr. and'\Nora Rob- The report from Griffin In Bainbridge Oa. They A. C. Hatt jnJnleter: Mrs law. .

will be $1 for all. general meeting, 7:110: p.m. ed Mrs. Holt's brother and ert Ward Mr. and Mrs Tiny Lodges 1.It that the bass' aroll also visited several dajs with George Ca/nova organist!! I Nnttr* l I" hereby given tine. January: It It.leer PIERCE: !
Donations their daughter School. 9:30 a m I, P. D. ReddlHh. Hh rlff fir OEOHOB
serving will start at Guest speaker will be Rev. Ben wife from New York State. Lovell and family Mr. and biting now. Doctor Singltto: ; and family.Mr. Sunday : KrudCurd County. Florlilit'. ender Onorga II. Pierce Resident
ages make' Fraticelll, director of the Florida Mrs. Freddie Watterson and of Melrose Bay, went( by wit )\ and Mrs. L. C. Thompson Morning Worship, 11 a> m and hv: virtue' of Writ oll Airent of Myrtle Brandt Me-
8:30 Please be sure to 12-1 of Smyra Ga. I Nurse both hours]. lltlnn Wit Glnnln. R>..cutrlx of the Entnf -
ChristlanMlgran.lllnlstry. family, all of Starke, and Margaret abIg/ bass (weighing rr open l xp' to deceased.
Porter
event the ol ot Della
this as Out
note of Executl' laaiird
a prepareda World Day of Prayer, St. Ann Lovell and friend I pounds) that he caught on: I I Mr. and Mrs. Qlynn Roth- Court: i of n Kornrtl! of Alachiln Firm publication. January
church has always Anne's Episcopal Church, 2 INDIAN BEACH Roger of Jacksonville. shiners from Griffins Lodge' hammer's house guest for Presbvterlan County Florida+ pursuant to i,r. I 19, 1967
wonderful meal. I Faith Presbyterian ChurcDRi I final ludoamont .'>r General I 1119 4t tie|
grieved at p.m., Friday, Feb. 10, with\ The Bartons spent Sundayla I Betty says the specs will bon several days Mrs. Nancy Finance Loan Company am1
All of us were the Ocala National Forest the beds good by Februar;; Hudson has returned to her v J. R. Neale J1. mlnf -
.
[From Preceding Page] visiting (Mr. and Mrs. Billy 22 through 26, around th! home in Gainesville f.f?' M-. W a W- UIU''',. organist

Noegel of Starke. full moon. Mr. and Mrs C. C. Friends of Mr and Mrs. R. : Mrs. Carl SwIsher

Beach these days (Mrs H. T. Smith returned Jenkins of Jacksonville open M. Cason will be glad to mmmpr organist

GET CASH Our nice spring weather home Saturday after spending\ the weekend at Griffin Lodge, hear they have returned to I Sunday School 1 0:44 .*., m. 1 RATS

which had. everyone out working several weeks In. Georgia Her and spent most of their time Melrose after several weeks Morning Worship! 11 a. m .

IMMEDIATELY In' their yards and fishing, two sisters Mrs. Ruby Wolfe" fishing. According to Betty, no slav in Palatka. Sunday, Nursery open botl)

( left us temporarily and was and Mrs. W. J. Paulette a.id matter what the weather, they The Casons moved to East hours.I IEpl w, THEWILL U.s.A.

replaced with rather cool, brisk, husband winter weather. Now the and Mrs. C. A. Rodlbaugi copal DO AMESTIMATED
her home and spent Mr. Home for the They
aged. '
I spring days are back again, the weekend. Her daughters, of Indiana. They como down St. Anne's Rev. W. W

or $25 TO $600 and we hope that they will .stay Mrs. Techla McGriff and :Mrs. every year for fUhlnx. Thl missed were their unhappy friends there.and They own I WorstaU: vicar: R. O Cope ,

for a long time. arrived, in Decembe : and, onranlst.
Jacksonville they
F. W. Murray of I year home In Melrose much. ,
Effective I Sunday, Feb S New were also weekend guests. Mr. I and will remain until April.( very Morning Payer and Ser u''
Telephone Number DeAVItt C. X. M. Smith and Mra. Helen Walker of Jacksonville Finally the Casons were mOIl,, 2nd and" 4th Sunday I d
and Mrs. --
HAVE. able to find iuimp>l"l
YOU a housekeeper.
DO
Jones Funeral Home Ambulance family of Starke, and, Mr and apent the weekend Mrs. Elsie Sanders of Gainesville A:30: a. m. [nursery open 31.000,000.000.00Indomoge rhi* year iu

Ton many payments to make? Service IsSTARKE Mrs. John McCullough of Key- with her sister and brother-JLn to live in witij them','Holy Eucharist and sermon food; property, humans and live stock. Rot-
964-6200 ( and Mra. D. W. Car 1st and 3rd Sundays 9:30 >
stone were Sunday visitors law, Mr. I bone
diseases have killed
Humors than
so happily they came home. more
My father. James L,. Chitty, '
Churci
\
1nursery: wpenl
-Too many bills to pay? caught Ws first baa of the too.Mr. penter.We would like to welcome Mr. and Mrs. Cason has I School. 9:30 A. M. "Holy Eu oil the wars In history. For safe 'scientific

I I season last Thursday evening. and Mrs. Fonden! Daugh-and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lanier: lived In and around Melrose oharlst. 8 a. m. each Sunday pest control you con depend on FPC

YOU NEED It was not a whopper, but all try and family, and Mr. their two sons to Indian most all their lives. Mr. Cas I
DO Mrs. Joe Stevens and familyall and Evening Prayer, 7:30: P. M FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATE
in
raised
know whata born and
fishermen on was
boss I
you Beach. moved here re '
of Jacksonville, were visiting They each Sunday. ETC 6:? P. M
thrill your first one is. from Gainesville.Mrs. Hampton and Mrs. Cason In
EXTRA CASH NOW? Mrand !Mra. Arthur cently each SUnday. UNDIR DIRICTIONLORIDA
Mrs. Connie Barnhlll of Barn. E.iL. Elsenachera broth Brooker. I .
the Dally offices of Mornlny
) Lutgens over I o' GUDoUATI
(Lucky
hill's Fish Camp, reported er-ln-law and sister Mr. and Their first home aftermarrying I
,Mr. and Mrs. Doug and Evening Prayer 8:00: A INTOMOtoOGIST
YOU WITH YOUR several nice catches of speckled weekend. Village in January 1904 .
LET US HELP and boys of Jacksonville Mrs. Roach of Bay M. and 5:00: P. M. It 1ST
Lutgens
I Perch last weekend. A boat Ohio, visited them last week was in Brooker. Their first
MONEY PROBLEMS\ j stopped in front of our house have 'been visiting the child Pearl was born there. PHONE 9 ONT.OL

I i with a nice string of perch on Lutgens for a few we ksThe I end.Mr.. and Mr DIck Hilllan They moved to a tome on -Lutheran 964-3965 co.I" .
ith the & c2gwrx
have been dowt. *
Sunday also. boys her-"another Mrs, Lake Santa Fe next. Their Lutheran Church of Keystone
ar visiting ,
We Are Trained To Help! will stay
they
I Jack Miller family viiit- chickenpox, so Heights; Vicar Richard
The recovered.Mr. Sweat, in Qultauui Ga., fur t a family, increased by three I
'ed friends in Gainesville last until they have few days. more children, Ralph, Debbie Meyer:! minister; R. O. Cope-
had
i Thursday evening. Jack attended and Mrs. David Rape Kodatt and Lester
Jerry
Town Finance Co. Bobby and Tommy Waters and
I an oyster coast, .w1tltI their- grlnddaughtefJoette' Krouse, were-- 'Ybltlng".Mr..and
Coburn Rains, while Lou and the wek -
Mrs. Kodatt over
I Waters, of Fayetteville, N. C.,
Ph. 964-9091
226 N. Temple the children had supper with

(Mrs.\ Rains and her daughter end.The Hubert Chlttys of Starke

were guests of
and family Sunday afternoon .

1 Hubert la lucky to still be

with us, after his accident last( I 1-
I
Wednesday night. He was
old motor when PRODUCTS LADIES WEAR Office Equipment
working on an AUJO SALES&SERVIC
a spark from the plug set fire I
INSIST THAT ALL YOUR
Hancock Office
.o the gas-soaked engine. Well, CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE Cherry'sOainesvllle's
IB didn't get hurt,' but he EQUIPMENTSmithCoronaAuthorized
NOTICE had a good scare. Jeep Jeepster THE BEST FROMEdward' Most Fashionable

Building Address For Ladies I
. Family& of 4 Wheel Drive DRESSESSUITSCOATSMATERNITY!; Dealer
Over the coming weeks I Totalla
Supply Inc. Clary-Victor-
im going to try to enj each RAMBLERRidgway WEARACCESSORIES Adding MacUiuM. Ca.IouJMaftSALES

olumn: with Leeon's Corner,
-BERVICT-::: RENTALS
726 8. Main 372-4844 :
80 I will say so long for now, Motor Co. OATNBSVZLLE.- FLA :7_W University, Gainesville SAVE TIME Discuss yow

and here's Leon .
requirement with o. tint.
TO STARKE EXCHANGE LEK03TS CORRNER 1133 S. Main I MOBILE HOMES 528 N. Main St. Gainesville
Some fokes Izz, Gainesville T72-843J ELECTRIC MOTORS I Phone 378-5S51
Sum fokes alnta.

,, Sum foKea! cans ELECTRIC MUSTANG
Sum fokes cnints. BRASINGTONCADILLACOLDSMOBILE PAINT &: GLASS
Mobile
SUBSCRIBERS Homes Inc.
Sum fokes wills Motor Repair Co. ,
Sum. fokes wonta. ,
Inc. Ot GnrtnesvUla, lapRepairing.Rewinding Gainesville'. Discount Mobile Liddell Paint &
,,\ Sum tokes dooz,
Sum fakes donts. SALES &: SERVICE Home Sales Lot. Glass Co.

.- Ifn It werent for dem fakes FIns Selection of Used Cars New and Used Purchase discounts on. entire KYANIZB FAINTSGlaraMlrroraSlldlng
chain
guarantee huge savings
WORK GUARANTEED
What cans and dooz. Taken On Cadillac Trades .
Den fokes Ilk usa, 2001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 411PilONR 1030 8. Main Gainesville ings. DMT.Tub
NEW MOON CAPELLA Enclo8U .-Sbo_ Doer's.Window.AwningCarpet
Woodnt nav kno nuu 378-S301 Phone 372-8318
PACEMAKER

Used 'Mobile Homes Low Wallpapee-ShretroDi

New Central Office Equipment CRANEUNOOLNMERCUBY Farm and Industrial Prl ced. With approved credit Consul tattoo.
low as $100 dawn.
MelroseFrom Equipment lie N.W. SiXteenth St.
4820 N.W. 13th St. 441 North GAINESVILLE!: 27 -II01

Will Be Placed In Operation "J Authorized Sales & Service Gainesville. 878-1346

[ preceedlng Page] W6 E. University Gainesville Santa Fe Tractor, ) CALL COLLECT; fi.ASS-;

Phone 372-4351

Early Sunday Morning 'j; !;jllll1"t{ ] i. ielgler."helma. Allen and Mrs. Sonia Crane's ImportsVolvo FORD Inc. MotorcyclesScooteraCYCLERAMA University Glass <

Choir rehearsal for Easter (Mercedes-Benz) Farm Tractor A Implements & Glazing Co., Inc.

; 1.s being held on Thursday at Fl THILLMANJ Ford Industrial Equipment; S MIRRORS
4 p. in. at Melrose( Methodist. USED EQUIPMENT Motorcycles
320)) N. Main Gainesville ,, AUTO GLASS
February 5 There will be Gospel Singa Phone 372-4373 SALES PART SERVICE Tub Enclosure Shower

Program February 27 at PICK UP & DELIVERY S YAMAHAB Doors Store Front

7:30: p. m. at Hawthorne 4488 N.W. SIxth Oa1n.-rme. II W 1319 S. Main Gainesville

Ugh School everyone Invited. .Beauty Academy Phone 376-2348: SALES SERVICEACCESSORIES 876-8051

Paul A. Huff and Martha

I Jean Wilbanks ave to be POWELL'S 815 ,V. UnlwrMty Gainesville
GARDEN SUPPLIES TITLES & PAINT
married this Saturday, Feb 378-2811 .

4th. at the Ellam Baptist Beauty AcademyLearn FUNTKOTB THJB


Look. On Page 1 10 Of Your New Ink hunch officiating with at Rev.7:00: James p. m. Spare Time.a Proftealom Full! or Part In Time Tour Johnson & Faris, Inc. MOVERS Vinyl Floor-Vinyl Finishing Asbestos Prod-get A aAalt* ,

Paul A. Huff is the son ofMr. Long Distance Moving (ICARPETU'AUIAPER,
EVENING CLASSESLow
DATa
Line of
and Mrs. Omar A. Huff Complete Local DrayageStorage

of Melrose. Martha Jean Wil- Tuition Term REEDSPLANTSIneectlciderPei Packingg(
For List Of New Tenney Tile & Paint
Directory Ave.
banks is the daughter of Mr. 21. N.W. 10th SppprerFERTILIZERS!! Shipping

and Mrs. W. H. Wllbanks of Gainesville S7S2784 FREE' ESTIMATES CALLHILL'S 2222 N.W. etb lit.CainuvIlle .

Emergency Call Numbers ;J 1 1INIJEPENBENT vi Frost Ited. Proof. Everyone Is In-I CHAIN SAWS 'We Rent 224 N.W.Fertilizer 8th Spreaders'Ave. MOVING 8711302TRAVEL

There will be a Bridal & Storage Inc.
bower" at the Eaiam' Baptist PHONE: I1Z-"" ,
8340 NJJ.!) Waldo Rd.
Church Thursday night at A. & J. Saw OabvwvJU rU Gainesville 872-4271 House of Travel'
::30( p. m. Hostesses are Mrs.

dna. Fink:, Mrs. Virginia & Mower Co. GLASSGAINESVILLE INC.

Inn, Mrs. Evelyn Perry, Joe Anderson, Mgr. MUSIC ,JURLINESf
TELEPHONE C CoRP. Mrs.' Joan Tittle, Mrs. Reba
CcLauffhlin, Mrs. Josephine Homelite Chain Saw, Lipham Music Co. STEAMSHIP! n.' R.r'

Reed, and Mrs. Irene Ford BALES A SERVICE! GLASS CO., INC. GalngavUle Shopping Ctr.S725333 Hotels I Cw Rmtato!

Veryone Is Invited. Repairs Se: Part All Makes "EVERYTHINO IN GLASS" No Charge For Our Service
Mr. and Mrs. William Mc- 'GRAVELY TRACTOB Mirrors 110 N. W. 10th. Arcane
Store Fronta -
Weekday. SM: to 5lOO
'1 aughlln gave a "Oet-Ac- SALES A SERVICE Windows -. Sliding Glass Authorized
ualnted" Weiner roast at Baldwin Pianos '". Organs Sat. ff tG 12.MIS .
OF FLORIDA 2023 N.E. Blvd. Gainesville Doors Tub Enclosure .
Guitars Gibson Goya
their home last Saturday 'hone: 372-35S8 338 N. E. Waldo Rd.
Drums Ludwig Slingerland W. University; AJT.
ight for Paul and Martha lust Off Waldo Road Gainesville 376-2084 Feuder Standard Ampliiiws Gainesville an-letl
'
ean. There were about fifty

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tM 2! 1967
.oamA' TIIURS V. FEU.
rA(1p. J'OtmTF.ItH nmnronn COUNTY TF.LJlORArn: STARKK, ..

I Adjustable Vinyl Book A Clued! lied Ad In the TELE-
Prevail of the Stale Farm and Freeman funeitU in Jaspei O. Adkins on Friday. I week from Bessma Finn for the question of our rights, cents ca.I

I 'Mrs. Onle Urlffta, were shop- Saturday were Mrs. Mary Freeman Mrs. Lauree Hall has bee a visit. We're hoping for; SENIOR obligations, and qualifications Covers! All slim 30 GRAPH[ brings result I

RAIFORDMr. ping In. Jacnconvllle Monday. Mrs.Earl Dobb and Michael on the sick list for the past good weather so they vtlll lw.e under the Medicare act. at The Tclecraoh;

JMrs. Gerald Grlffis and Dcfbbs. They were accompanied week and Is much Improve what good wea.therVII have Edward M. Womack of

daughter. Debbie, wre ''business by (Mrs. Mary Jones now. hdre in Fla. CITIZENS the alnesville office, will project .;,-

visitors In Gainesville Monday.Mr. of Starke Mrs. Marty demons Effective Sunday, Feb. 5 Nf'w Little David Sparks was 01 this movie and answer

( and ],{rs. O B. Gordon and Mrs. Ralph Odom and son of Hell'bronu' Springs,, Telephone Number f\Vltt C. the sick list.. but is some bet'tor '- all questloni.! We suggest a Serving Florida
had as Sunday RUCHts, their and children and Lonnle !IMrs. Wlllene Green and Mr. Jonrn Ftln"rulll"numbullull ., at this writing. The' Senior Citizens Club that questions should be in

children. (Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Shadd visited the Grady and Mrs. Ernest Freeman and Serb Ie'e I litSTJHKE Mrs, Daisy Parrlsh IB visit'' In cooperation with the: Soc- writing so that the best pos- Sinc. 1950

Cordon and son of Alachuo.Mr. Shaads In Jacksonville Sun- son of Jacksonville. 961-6200 Ing relatives In Miami, Fla ial Security office In Gainesville sible coverage in answers can 04a+gGW -&

( and Mrs. Mallle Grlffls, Rffwtlve Sundry Feb. 5 New Mr. and Mrs. Joe Foray hope she \\s having a wonderful has gained access to a, be made.As tg --. g",.

Kenneth. Wilkinson and father day.Those attending the funeralof Telephone Number DeWitt C. and Mr. and Mrs. J. W time. movie "you and Medicare many people as possible I .. -'
Rev. Maxie Wilkinson attended Mrs. Ruby Shaw In Jacksonville J no*Fu ,'l'81l1ome Ambulance Horne were visiting Mi. and Freddie Burkhatter ot Mlsslsslppl. In color and sound. It will be should come to this meetingto 7M'1r'7rrey

Fifth Sundny Meeting: at Monday were Mr. and Service laSTARKE Mrs. Vernon Forsyth i In) 'was Visiting. ttr. and shown at the Recreation obtain, the truth and the Mrs. Carolyn '
Mt. Zion Church In Baker Mrs. O. B. Gordon and O. D. 961.6200 Gainesville last Sunday. Mrs. Jim Smith last i week. Center at a date to be;; an- facts about the Medicareprogram 7l I'w Cordially

e County Sunday. Dobbs. Our deepest sympathy Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Grlffis Mrs. T. F. Brown and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso. Tall nounced later In this column. Watch tor this column I EavesRepresentative 4

Mrs Leila Grlffis and granddaughters I to them in their loss and. Mr. and Mrs. Don New- E. J. Dowling of Starke wen' of Brooklyn W. Y. Is visiting This movie is of vital Importance : next week. Wlf k Welcomes

Andrea and Klisa' Those attending: the Sidney mans of Starke visited Mr. and visiting the antique show In their daughter and family! at the) present time, -Joe KerriganRcporUr(! I I Ph. 961.4211 30/
You and Your
Mrs. Harold Cason and family St. Augustine last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. R. O. GrLffls. as much confusion surrounds II I 122 N. Hay St. '
I Family to Your
in Jacksonville Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs Don McMahon We are very gladJohn I Starke
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Addison New Horn
; and sons and Mr. Do McKinney is back homo aft!*
Jr. and son Billy of Jacksonville Falling left Friday for Dana, a stay In the Oaij-.esvllle. I
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED
STALLING'S CORNER visited
I N. C. to bring back MI'S.Mary Hospital and from all reports *

I I Mr.Rosier and Airs.Sunday.Jack Cason of Watterson and Mrs, Is doing good. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY : The State of Florida

Ormond Beach visited relatives I Myrtle Watterson who had I Miss Marguerltta Spencer, It Is Our Desire To Make Yon Feel Welcome and
OASIS LOUNGEYour been visiting there for two of McAlpin spent last Tues I
here Saturday.Mr. RECREATION: and Miss Vivian D Co\'Ing-,
weeks and returned on Sun day with her nephew and Hon II To Acquaint You With Your City.If .
and Mrs. Lwwtey Crews The City League basketball ton, will report at 4 ro.m. All
and Mrs. Richard '
CLOSEST Spot For attended a birthday dinner of day.Mr. I hi'l wife. Mr. team was organized Saturdaymomlng members are asked to fulfill
and Mrs. Owen Simmons of Fort Myers Fla
Hines the a J
Mr. Crews and Mrs. Lacey are new in area phone
LIQUOR WINES DEER attended the Ringllng They also visited with his with 55 boys registered. your obllga.tlons.Clarent'e you
Greon at the home of Mr. and The league/ will centrist' of DeSue chairman; I
Bros. ircus in Jacksonvlle grandfather John McKinney I caD win brine a prompt 'YlsitI'
Open 9 A.M.12 P.M. Mrs. Lacey Green In Baker six teams, with the first gameto MOHO Covlngtan, you ,
County Sunday.Mr on Saturday night. Mrs. Berry Dyal Sr. had as bet played at 8 :a.m. Situr- co-chairman. local hostew. Please gtre.
Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 A.M.: and Mrs. Ruffin Griffin Mrs. Baxter Laney of Win company Mrs. Emma Atkinson day. Coaches of the teams art Greater' lIen Chapter AME!': from your

had as guests Sunday their ter Garden Mrs. tacit Mann Mrs. Voncll Williams! of .Jes8e'ME'Cloud. Richard Chandler Church, Rev. L. A. Sampson her a call! She has maps and many
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST 3 FIFTHS Hill Mrs. M. and Mr. and +
children. Mr. and Mrs.' Junior of Center and Jacksonville and Harrington Chandler. pastor: Sunday School 10
OR QUA'inS : Waters and family of Jack- E. Carlton of Webster, were Mrs. Clarence Melton of or- Games will be played each a.m. Love Feast, 11 a.m. Holy free and wonderful rifts for you''
sonville. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe lando and daughter Dellta 'Saturday at 9 a.m. Communion 6 p.m. .
f %
8 Mi. South of Starke on U. S. 301 Mrs. Mamie Varnes returned Forsyth and Mr. and Mrs Moore. Mr. Jackson 1. grateful for All] members are a ked to from local businesses. ,

Sunday after a two weeks J. W. Horne on Sunday. the; participation given by the remember the sick with cards .

visit with her sister and fami- Earl. William an-1 1 Lee team: and Is working for great I I and 'words of encoin-ngemcnt,

ly, the Bart Registers, In San I Holmes of Chattanooga,' Low Income success In the league for a speedy recovery.
derson. Tenn spent several days this I' The Recreation team's next I I Paw to rial Day will l be held

Friends of little Elise Prevattof week with Mr. and Mrs. C. E home game will be February Sunday at the Church of God '| STARKE NURSING HOME

the State Farm will be Hawkins and family. Groups To Get 14 against, Keller High School I I in Christ Elder I). R. Williams
For the beat dealin glad to learn that she r .me Mrs. Roy Williams and of Macclenny in the RJE gym. pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m. 808 S. COLLET ROAD

home from Bradford County Mrs. Lonnie Melton entered All fans are invited to attend with Deacon Tom Hail; and |

a new Chevroletor Hospital Friday. the Bradford County Hospital More MoneyAddltonal and support your team. Bro. Dewey Taylor In cliarge. Phone 969-1271 Starke Fla.
last week for treatmentMr. SCHOOL NEWS: Morning Worship 11'15 a.m. !

OK used and Mrs. Frank Founder's Day will be ob Young Peoples Willing Workers -
{car r..vv..vvvvvvv..vv.nHAMPTON ll: We hnte complete mining'nervlre. for adults. of
Thomas and granddaughters and much need- served in.February by the PTA will 'bo held at 6 p.m. with

Mary; Elizabeth, and Donna ed resources for hard-press- of RJE Speaker for the occasion the President Sister Sillily1'' all ag *.

See -k Kaye Dortch attended the ed low-income Florida will be Jesse Moore Marks, In charge. The L.ord's' '
Rin lIng Bros Circus In rural people desiring to im- principal of Anderson Junior Supper 'will be n.Minl'ustcretl',: 2. U> have K.N.'s and L.P.N's on duty 21 hoursa

By Mrs. Mary Willem.u.u..a.uaw..aa.u* Jacksonville last Saturday; their farm Income or High at Lawtey. Watch the daring Evening Worship\ rit dity.
prove
Ernie JonesAt Mr. and Mrs J. A Williams start small businesses will be paper for time and place 7:15.: The choir will nerve t i
and daughters were amend- (CHURCH NEWS throughout 'tho, day. Everyone I
and Mrs William !- provided through an 'Free Will Baptist District invited to worship with us. j 3. Wn have our own X-ray and luhnratory. (Mr.
of visiting Mr. of the Eco-
The Community Hampton ment to Title in
Fowler in Jacksonville Union: No. 2 of the Southeast I HOME ROOM: MOTHERS > James. Moncrlttf Is our full time licensed techniclnn .
were saddened of the nomic Opportunity Act recently I'I
Conference was held January CLUB ORGANIZE: .
Baldwin Chevrolet passing of one of their citizens last Saturday signed by President )
27-29 at Bethlehem Free Will The Classroom mothers of.
Mrs. O. D. Pierce, on ,
Johnson.
Iull! I Baptist Church. A large number Pvl-l
children enrolled In the
301 North / I Jan. ,n., She will be greatly This fact was pointed out !' 4.. We are licensed for fiO brdn by the State Boardof
from the district
I of delegates mary Department of Ander-
missed by the ones that knew this week by Charles H. Little to share in Health License No. 2.
I were present son Junior High School met
loved her. The Funeral GRAHAMMrs. : Administration -
and Farmers Home
: the 'C nt rence. Choir No. 2 Monday night and organized):
Large Selection Newand Used Cars on I was held In ,the Madison County Supervisorfor I served, and everyone reported the Homeroom Mothers Club. | 5.Ve have a modern flroproof bulld'TlIf with central .
and
Street Baptist Church with John SpenrerWell Alachua: Bradford
I a great session Officers were elected as I air-conditioner and heat.
Our Lot All Times.
at
burial in Crosby Lake ceme- Clay Counties with offices In -E. M. Brown, president
follows Mrs. Minnie L.
I tery. Those from out of town, Gainesville' I Services begin, with Sunday :
Miss Rejoice -i
I attending were: Mr. and Mrs. let's see what Lula "This Important Economic School at 9:4:5. a.m., Supt. Al- Johtihon.; president; 6. U> are within two blocks. of the Bradford County
Kitties vice president:
-- C. L. Jacobs and daughter, Bell can find to write about Opportunity amendment Increases berta Rlsba in charge. Testimonial IIwipltMl.. .
I Mrs. Delores Stafford of this lime This is the stcond II from $2.500 to $3.- Service, 11 a.m. YCL at Mrs. Coola Hudson secietary -,I

Into I, Jacksonville. Mr. and. Mrs. time for me to write the SOO the"' maximum war-on- 4 p.m. with Deacon A C. Car. ; Miss Alia&e Williams I
Spring Boating assistant secretary; Mrs. 2. \\n haa fine staff ef Doctor nerving the
I W. C. Jacobs and daughter, Graham news. So If everyone 'poverty loans that the USDA ter in charge. All young lolks
I Mrs. Nancy Hutchinson of will leave their news at the Farmers Home Administration and adults invited to attend. Truelove Smith chaplain Ionia.

See Quincy Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Post Office, Mrs. Ratliff: will I can make to Individual Holy Communion and Foot Mrs. Margie Jenkins repoit-

I Jacobs of Washington, D. C.,. be glad to collect tha news farmers or other rural resi Washing Service 6 p.m. Choir or: Mrs. W. M. Randolph, 8.V-> are V.A. approved.

9 Mrs. A. B. Cole and Mrs. Items. dents. Little said. No.3 and Usher Board No, assistant reporter. Program
Moreland of Opp. Al*. Mr. The Graham Baptist This amendment also} authorizes .2 will hold'reb ar8Al. All memo: Committee: Mr. Jessie Jen-
67 kins chairman Mrs. Martin 9.Ve are appro*ed by the State Welfare Agency.
Boatarama one credit to asked to attend. ;
I and Mrs. A. C. Kirby and Church would like every additional bers I
family of LaCrosse. Mr. and to attend services on Sunday. borrowers as' long as their Choir No. 2 rehearsal Tuesday Bright co-chairman! Sick

i Mrs. R. C. Cartwrlght and Sunday School starts at 10 'outstanding Indebtedness for 9 p.m. Senior Choir rehearsal Committee: Mrs. Lula King.I 10.Vc are a|>|>ro\>.'d under Medicare.

Miss Pauline Cartwrljht of a. m. Morning Services at 11 an economic opportunityloan 7 p.m. Tuesday. Wednesday chairman; Miss A. B. Ander- I

BOATSMOTORSTRAILERSELECTRONIC I Cleveland Tenn. Mrs. MarJorie a. m. Sunday night services: does not exceed 3500. I night, General! Prayer son and Mrs. Louise Hen- II. We are large enough to give all nursing. nervier -
I Roberts Mrs, Elizabeth 7 p. m. Choir Practice, Wed. "The new economic opportunity Meeting. Thursday night, Story drelth co-chairmen.
After the business meeting ,* that an adult may need but unlit enough
I
Hour at 6:30.: The Ladles Cir-
Day of Madison. Mr. and nesday night 6 p. m loan provisions will
AND I cle will meet Thursday night: mothers were invited to visit, to provide a family atmonnhnre.
Mrs, C, P; Huffman of Live Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lefevers) more adequately cover the
j .. and at the home ef Sister Sarah the classrooms of th Oak, Mr. and Mrs. C. I Davis had as their guests Mr. financing of needed land
CAMPING EQUIPMENTJacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Mrs. George O. Jackman of working quarters and equp- Prince, 7 p.m. Friday night where they viewed the'' 12. Air. >J. II. Monrrlef Is In charge of complete laboratory .-.

Ferryman of Gainesville! Green Castle. Ind. last week. I ment needed to establish i Prayer Band meeting at home various instructional materials and x-ray facilities. Laboratory No. 52 1.e .
Mrs. Jewell Bryan McCoun, Russell Starling and individual enterprises, of Sister Emma McKay 7 p.m. etc. The entire meeting
I Mrs. Evelyn Jordan. Mrs. Teressa Mrs. from Gainesville on many a sound basis.." Supervisor .Saturday night, the X Can Circle was well supported and en- \\ Comply With Title 6, Civil Rights!!! Law

Bruette McCain of Jackson- last Friday with her Little explained.::! "Another will serve dinner from 4. Joyed by all.
spent
CALL OR COME BY
WRITE
to 8 in the education building _,
The club meets once a
-I ville. Mr. and Mrs. Oovan mother: Mrs. Carl Jones. Also Important point Is that the
)' month, each Monday night AND VISIT WITH US.
Smith and family of Live Mrs. Silvia Ducan granddaughter program can now supplement

FEB. 2, 3, 4, 5 Oak, daughter and son-in- of Gainesville were original loans with necessary -Deacon Walter reporter.Prince, -following Margie the Jenkins.fourth Reporter Sundarv Lawton B. Thomas, Owner-Administrator
H.
law Mr. and Mrs. George visiting. capital for Improvements or
Pleasant Grove Methodist
Airs.\ Gertrude KauffmanAsst. AdministratorWE
Pierce. son and daughter-in- Effective Snndiry, Feb. :5 s New expansion.
Civic Auditorium Exhibition Hall Church Rev. H. P. Hudson
law of Starke. Telephone Number OeWItt C.I Since this Office of Econ- pastor. Observance of an An- Kffortlvn !Sundiry, I-Vli. :.1 few COMPLY: WITH TITLE VI

DOWNTOWN ON THE WATERFRONT' I Mrs. 'Alta, Burk of Miami ,ones Furejrul. Home Ambulance omic Opportunity .loan program nual Day will be held Sun. Telephone N'limhrr IteUItt C.

I I I and Mrs. George: Rahmes HciAlcn IHSTARKE started In 'January day. Feb. 6. Church School.: Jones Fun rl1ll1"lIIu Amhiilimi Let Us Care for Your Loved Ones
961.6200 the Farmers Home.Ad-
-- were visiting Mr.. and Mrs. J. I 1965. 10 am., Supt. Leo DeSue in Servlt-o i InSTARKE I
II' Mr. and Mrs. Dcwaim Barnes ministration has extended:! charge. 11 ant service will i 9fi 1-6201)) .

'I I i iI Is looking for their son credit to some 1,522 Florida be held by Rev. Hudson, with

and daughter-in-law this, families .and over 30.000 Communion. 3 p.m. service will
I families throuThout the tin! bo rendered by Allen Chapel 1

I ted States: Puerto Rico and AME Church from Macrlenny

I II I the Virgin Islands. and St. James MethjdUt of
II I
STARKE Lake Butler, with the pastor (IJ r> BUICK
...UltnUUI I level/lie Inlll PIlei
I Rev. Levy Lennon. In rharge. .=-

BUSINESS The Bradford MITIfK County OP s."Board.111 of Contestants, Atlas\ Sheila Ty- __'".. J- _

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cylinder Auto niutla TrHnffmlOHlnn Covers. All elsell l 30 cents ea. _.., _e..5 lie.. Cuact,' "
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, Earl's GarageALL lent until 10 no 'A-M. Tuesday, to reject Any or all bids.. ..__w.r__.. 11.a..ry... ue.tat.
February 7, 1967. and will be Thomas U. Casey. Jr -..."..-.t..............-.as 5u.j.
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