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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 9, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
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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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EIGHTY-EIGHT STARKB. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, FEB. 9. 1967 Of fJA HISTORY NUMBER THIRTT-TIIBEB!
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.. e / Unconfirmed Information pieced together hurriedly

e 11r ) last night after the Federal District Court's reap-

Public portionment proclamation, apparently places Bradford .
... HearingSet County in a house district with Baker Clay, Columbia,

Nassau, and Union with two representatives.In .

l !ttflU SaturdayOn the opinion of Rep Gene Shaw it leaves Bradford I

J in better shape than the plan the U. S. Supreme ;

Court declared did not meet its one man-one vote man

# -- -' I Local Bills date. The change in Bradford's senate district is a

..... ..;... A"/ big improvement. he !says. _
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r ". Elections;; have been;' ordered;
"CONSIDERING"
:. : "' before the regular session IIUNTLEY
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"' A legislative hearing on local
) bills. begins April 4. Louts Huntley of Orange
affecting Bradford
;-ht. r ,.; County lit schduled at 10 a,m. The court-ordered apportionment Park, who was defeated in the
\ plan apparently leaves
Saturday In the courthouse, Clay-Brodford-Unlon districtby
according to Rep. Gene Shaw. Rep. Gene Shaw's district of Rep. Gene Shaw In the
jBroxlford/ Clay and Union primaries: last spring, said
Hearings are also set for intact. It simply combines it Thursday morning that he waa
Union County, 7pm. Thurs- with the Columbia
Baker, and giving "serious con lc raUon"
day In the Union High Cafe- Nassau. dlstrlrt of Lake City
to running In the new district,
teria, and Clay County, 7pm.
Both
Rep Ralph Tyre. were
but had not had time to reacha
Friday In the Clay courthouse. heading for Tallahassee early! definite conclusion.

Purpose of the la this morning in hopes of
hearings Sen.Charley Johns was In a
Architect Don Morgan's concept of the proposed Bradfordnew school will be asked in a few weeks. Estimated! time for for the legislators to hear all qualifying for the new\ posts.Shaw's Tampa hospital for eye surgery -

I Union Area Vocational-Technical Training Center is "shown" above. completion is 180-200 days. Second phase of the school should requests for local legislation under the old 41,000 district population was Just Thursday morning and

Bids on the $325.000 first phase, building at left of photo, of the begin to go up sometime in 1968. to be enacted for the three needed for one! representativeunder could not be reached for a
statement,
counties In the upcoming session the one man-one vote

of the State Legislature. mandate and Rep. Tyre's district -
Voc-Tech SchoolIs was Just over. The combination
Sewer Lines Snag Hearing Is Set Only Bradford two proposals affecting '- puts the two-seat district 'Marlon put with for'.Putnam.a one Flagler senator district. and\

County made pub right on the button, :Shaw .
lic to date are a move Initiated says
On Suspended by the Starke-Bradford Cham- State senate districts came Bradford's new district conceivably -

School Bd. PlansBradford's Near RealityConstruction lit: for a real reshuffling from could place former
ber of Commerce Board of the court. Bradford has apparently State Sen. Charley E. Johns

BBS TeacherA Directors to make the Starke been placed in a six right back In the running,
city clerk and chief of should he desire to re-enter
( on the proposed Bradford-Union Vo- police county district! with Ahuhua
School Board hit a snag in preparationto cational-Technical Training Center on the Conway Air- appointive Instead of elective, Dixie, Gilchrist Lafayette and politics.the Alach.ua ds !by far
most
populous county in
begin construction on the new vocational-technical Feb 21 hearing before the' port site is drawing closer with plans completed and! a and to establish a nine-man Levy Counties with one sen- the new district and any man
ator. Bradford is the second
center when told by the city Utility Committee it will Bradford School Board was study commission to look Into
call for bids due in just a few weeks largest county of the six. running for the senate post
cost $31,500 to install sewer service to the Conway scheduled Tuesday for suspended local governmental agenciesand would have.. to do'' thereto
The 9329.000 for the first well
BHS instructor Union, Baker, Nassau, and
: Shirley
Airport; site. M. Vincent phase of the new school Is unl\\ which will eventually any overlapping, .of, functions. St. .Johns were combUied .with, '
Utility,Committee,.Chairman' :. knocked out,"of, the proposednew ; The teacher"la! 'Imder ''allllpfJi- already in the hal1da'-of the -sarve\meals!! .t> the entlreOilglx] populous Duval for a five sen- eess- .
Jimmy MaRae\ said the city school. .School Board. Only thing hold- school which will also eventually ator district, while Clay wasJ7evw Former Sen. Red Cross andled
has "run Mto a problem" in 'That's our problem too," soon for "gross. Insubordina ing back the advertising for 'be located on the airport P' "eck' both of" (laineavllle,
that sewer service cannot be City Councilman Merritt Williams tion" on recommendation of bid now is a wage determination Mite and the junior high left '-,' .. "ibli ,. would also be mentioned for

run from Orange Street, which told him. BHS Supervising Principal' survey the federal govern- where the present high school the poet In the first breath.
east Others the city Connie M. Clark for failure to Is located. It will also includea Cross Johns defeated
borders the site on the representing ment la conducting, and the and were
side, as first thought. That at the meeting were Council- follow Instructional procedureslaid board should be notified of the large business educationunit 41 last year by Sen. Hal Davis

line! is too small and too high, man Orle Wiggins and Utili- down by him. results Ithln, a few days, data processing, radio and of Quincy: in a race for one
according to a report from the ties Supt. Oscar Davis Any teacher, however Is entitled !Supt. Tom Casey says. TV repair, end a home economics of the four seats In the short
,board took the to a hearing before the unit for adults. 1 t
school Second
lived
city's engineers, Reynolds, The Only the first phase of the ,a .a, : District
matter under advisement after school board before dismissal The first phase will provide :'Shaw's is that
Smith, and. Hills of Jacksonville school will go up this year. Nat :lrl. ., Rep. opinion
It. Miss Vin-
\ which McRae. read to the telling 'McRae no funds were If they request The second will not be started space far 24 students each day elections will be called :Immediately -
school board. available for the project.In cent, through her attorney but there are already 400 applications 1>y Sec. of State
before 1968, although Supt.
other action, the board: Goldin and Jones of Gainesville for classes In the 6 # Tom Adams Shaw. expects
will haveto l
Lines to the site
of Casey has been told to apply r
Listened to Supt. Casey read has requested a list new school from Union County, candidates to begin qualifying
be run from a Saratoga for funds for It. The entire L
statutes and more specific charges.The RJE, BaS, and Keystone today It will
state on ways or Friday. be
the
line -
Heights trunk englneer'a Bradford Board set the complex will] eventually cost
means to graduate from high Heights.. necessary to hold three elections
said cost
report at a approximately\ $750,000, the
for Tuesday, Feb. 21,
hearing
Estimated time needed for
of second
result first
school as requests primary,
is done
if work bya
of $31.500 amount the county requested
contractor. who Is already from several for early diplomas at 7 p.m. and then went into last construction of the first phaseis primary, and general, before
after they had com executive session to prepare year. 180-200 days, but Supt. April .4.Reno.
In Starke the new
working on Equipment for the first
pleted the required number of formal charges to be presented Casey says he does not expectIt
Armory. Because Orange will cost around $$170-
to Goldin and Jones- throughthe phone
to be completed In time for
Street lines cannot be utilized, credits. 000 and orders Man
board's attorney Thomas Casey says
student the opening of the 1967-08
The a can
only way
as first planned, a new lift will ,be placed soon so It will 1
and Pierce.
at- term next ,
graduate, Casey said, Is September though
station coating $18,000 must be when the first phaseIs
be constructed to pump the tend for three years grades The board is required< by law completed.ready It will make the that is 200 days away. Shoots Self

sewage from the Conway Air- 10, 11, and 12 or" qualify 'for to notify the teacher formallyof first phase of the school cost

port site to Saratoga Heights. early entrance into college. the charges at leant. 10 days around half a million, all from Lights Go Out; ." ,,'I", A 40-year-old Reno matt. was
Authorized regular monthly prior to any hearing. '
McRae suggested that the state and federal sources. i! treated and released from the
board the payments to Harris and Harris Bradford County Hospital Mon-
city and school split
of the $32.1OOO Car CrashesA
,
Major sources
Co. of Jackson- STORY HOUR
Construction
cost DO-SO. The School Board, I I'I day afternoon after apparently
ville for work on the Hampton, AT PUBLIC LIBRARY was $199,000 In surplus
however, said they cannot take 1958 Chevrolet sedan shooting himself in the cheat
state utility taxes and $108- ;
the 131,500 deal offered by $10.178. and Brooker, $8.729, ', Police werecalled to the
"Walt Disney Storl will 000 in federal funds. left the road and went Intoa -1-- '-
this company unless bids are schools. Win- ditch home of Dan Alston, 923 Larry
be told, by Mrs. George The first will include 1,3 miles west of
asked, since It Involves more Authorized final architect Thursday phase Lawtey SR-125 Fridaynight St. in Reno, and found him
kler at Story Hour automotive mechanics and on
than $300.Supt. fees to Don R. Morgan after with a small hole In his chest,
afternoon from 3:30: to: 4:15: farm machinery maintenanceand when Its lights went elj+7 '
completion of the new field C : to Asst. Police Chief
Tom Casey said he : out according ;
p. m, at the Public Library. two vocational -
repair shops
had understood from individual house, 13,056() and the Starke Ken Fuqua. Eddie Lee Tisdale
Children ages 6 through 9 office education classrooms, Injuries to Joe Walker, 28,
council members that the Elementary addition, $931. told the chief he had taken a
are Invited. an electronics technology unit, the dilver, and Jessie Pitt-
line. would be Installed appointment of .22 caliber pistol from Alaton'shand.
sewer Approved
major appliance repair unit, a man, both of Lawtey, were
at no cost, to the >school board. new instructors to replace four .
ZONING COMMITTEE; !\ education unit, anda
distributive not serious Damage to the +
He said ht didn't know where who have resigned: Barbara TO MEET TUKHUAY: supervised food service car was estimated at $250 by J q"aa.afity Alston first accused anotherNegt'o.
Reddish and Cheryl Haslett, rI who owed him a small
the school board will get $18- Southslde Elementary Mar The Bradford County ZonIng training unit Florida Highway PatrolmanO. amount of money, in the shoot

OOO unless one classroom Is tha Sterling, Hampton, and Committee will meet Tues- The second phase, when constructed C Garrett. ing but later ,told officers he
Emily McLendon, Bradford day night at 7:30: In the Cham- will Include a greatly The accident happened at was out of his head when he
ber of Commerce office. enlarged food service training 7:43: : p. m. said that.Deputy.
COMEAS [Continued On Pate Six]
Sheriff Dolph Reddish -

YOU ARELUNCHEON City Follows Chamber's Lead Thin. wml-trailrr filled with 7,600 gallon of flamable petroleum was called in to assist
In the Investigation and he and
l fuel overturned In front of Jimmy Moore's Gulf !Service
Fuqua determined that Alston
Hlutinn !last. Thursday. afternoon blocking traffic at the intersection had apparently shot himself
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Tues., Feb. 14 I Clerk Police Chief Asked Appointed.FollowIng of V. !S. Sill and Bit 100 for 0 1-2: hour The .22 caliber 'bullet did not

11 a.m. to 1 p.m. penetrate the sternum and
Endangers City powder burns were found on
Starke Woman's Club I Alston' chest, Fuqua said.
up a resolution should at least listen to what think I woulo listen to

ENJOYA passed by the directors of the they have to say. ," Williams replied. Gas Truck] : Turns OverA Sales Tax Shows

Homecooked Meal Chamber of Commerce, the City, Clerk Merrill Edwardswas Kdwaraa and Police ,

With Dessert ,Starke City Council passed the lone objector to the Ronwer were elected for Increase Here
And Beverage' unanimously Tuesday night a resolution. Police Chief Bill\ terms In 1901 and large tank trailer filled\ vlded. The trailer, skidding on
resoultlon of its own to make Rosser did not appear at ;the < terms end this fall when with 7.6OO gallons of highly its side, stopped just Inches Sales tax collections reported

91.25 the offices x>f city clerk and meeting, although he was In elections are sched- flammable liquid propane gall 'short of crashing Into gasoline In January for the month of
chief of police appointive. City Hall attending Mayor's The council's., resolution overturned in the center of pumps at Jimmy Moore's Gulf December showed a 4.13 per
Take Out Plates As did the Chamber direc- Court Mayor Carl Hurst. left did the Chamber direct town last Thursday, threaten- Service Station. cent Increase over the previous
Available tor's, the council's resolution the council meeting presumably ', would let them serve Ing the business district for 9',. "Nine times out of 10," month In 1983.:

aoks the legislative delegationto to ask Rosser if he had a. their present term ex hours. !Moore said an automobile Sales tax collections reported -

do all in its power to amend statement. but the mayor returned The trailer overturned at would have 'been 'parked at the for January 1967 showed
This Space Contributed the city charter to make the alone.Councilman!. asked."I' resolution 'will be pre- the Intersection of SR-10O and gas pumps. But there was no a 4:13: per cent Increase over
M. Weekly to Publicize two offices appointive rather Williams read to the legislative dele U. S. 801 !While its driver wan fire and nobody was injuredin the same month in 1964. The

Community Events by than elective. It also caUs fora the resolution and moved Its when It meets at the making a left turn from 100 : the accident. totals were '2 ,3"8.37 for Jan-

special referendum on the adoption. Clerk Edwards be- Saturday at 10 am. to 301. It was not removed But damages resulting pri- uary 1966, and $26,396.10 for

The CommunityState issue "a* soon as possible." gan objecting to It Immediately, the Chamber from the(busy Intersection until marily from Iou of businessto January 1967.
Starke's newest councilman and called for discussion. at the council meet- about 1O p.m. the three service stations at ,Union County showed a 4.04

Bank (Merrltt Williams, moved to Councilman Nell Tucker gave were President David Highly flammable and under the intersection are expectedto per cent gain for the same

adopt the resolution, identical. the second, however\ before .. John Torode, Charles pressure the gas would have run close to $10,000, accordIng period and Clay County hada
Accounts now insured to that of the Chamber. WIl- Edwards attacked the resolution and Wayne Whlffen. exploded! with a fiery Inunda- to Asst. Police Chief Kenneth 6.43 per cent Increase.

up to $15,000 by Uama said that when a groupas on several points. Introduced Torode who tion of the entire area around Fuqua who investigated Gasoline tax collections In

Federal Deposit Insur- large and important as the The clerk said that makingthe the chamber's resolution the intersection had the trailer the accident. Bradford increased from J54,.

ance Corp. Chamber's businessmen makesa two posts appointive would council. sprung a leak and a spark Traffic on the highly travel. 392,45i 1 in January 1966 to 'M,-

proposal, the City Council place the power of the town in from ripping metal been pro- [Continued On Page Slat 359.36 in January 1967. .







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BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA THUR+DAV FFEIL.9.. 1907
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Mr. and :Mrs W. F. Swinvcr Mrs Steve Slmmom and Joint MeetingOf table which was covered I Beta Sigma Phi

otl'y.lone\ Heights! wore! Sunday grand auKhter. Lisa O'Uelj with a white cutwork cloth,'
Elementary was a silver epergnetle with i Beta Sigma Phi will meet
weekend
dinner guest of Mr. and of Miami spent the
WdGLADYS five burning) white tapers,' Monday night Feb 13, at 8
MIH. W. H Nollman. with Mi- and Mrs Lee PTA's Held HereThe '
centered with an arrange- o'clock in the Quigley Museum.
Mrs. Paul Hawkins and children Chambers.
4 and white 1 After a tour of the museum,
sr ment of pink roses
of Jacksonville were Mr and Mrs George! Kope annual Joint meeting of
; members will hold their bus I
Tuesday guests of Mr. and lousos were In Birmingham Starke Elementary and South- chrysanthemums and snap-
MOOTY Mrs. Titus Olson Ala. from Friday to Tuesday 1 I yt I II side Elementary PTA's was dragons. Mrs. B. C. Hatzentforf ; ness meeting In the home of

N Phone 864-OR31 Mrs. Julia Blow of Nor- visiting Mr. and Mrs John held Tuesday night In South- Sr. presided at the: Mrs. Randy Johns on Bessent.
Road.
folk, Va. is visiting Mrs. Edna Kopelousos and d.mu'itei'! side Elementary Cafttorium. punch bo-wn. and Mrs. T. A.

Hutchinson for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Thai-lit. t Ralph Bryan, president of Yawn Jr. poured from a silver

Mlsa Janet Hardy of the Mr. and Mrs Kenneth (rider Mr. and Mrs.\ Bruce iMathewsand Cowen attended a falcuty South/side PTA, welcomed service at opposite ends Car Wash Nets

University of Georgia will be and daughter visited Mr. family of Gainesville were forum and dlnm-i at the teachers and parents from both of the table. $20 For Dimes

home for the weekend. and Mrs. R'. )kV7I pjuvUf, AQd Saturday evening supper Lake City Junior College( last schools Mrs W. Jackson, Many friends and mem-I
:Mrs Edna Brannen of Starke Ortwifr !? of Mr. and Mrs. Garl Elemen- I,
in' Part guests
family i on Friday night They wan accompanied president of Starke bers called during the even- The Trl Gamma student
anti Jesse Thomas of Middle- f !r"i II'MrrFU Mathews.Mr. tary PTA, introduced their
: by their daughter Ing to welcome Rev. and grpi'>p from B. H. S. held a car
burg have been admitted to '''/ CX;.*Uun<*7i"a\uhder- and. Mrs. A. H. HarleyJr. who visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill officers, and Mr. Bryan introduced Mrs. Burch to the parish waah last Saturday .and con-

the Starke Nursing: Home. went surgery last Friday In spent the weekend with Mr. Doekstader:! In Lake City the Southslde officers. tributed $$20.00 to the March

Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Thomns St. Luke's Hospital and Mrs. AI Harley and family Mrs. Edgar Dukes flew to Rev. FeMer Rowan of the Madi- of Dimes for their effort

Jr. and family and Mrs Thom- Lt. Douglas Seymour who at Merritt Island. They of last 1 son Street Baptist Church gave
Boston, Mass. Monday
Lea Darby president of the
,
am Sr. of Jacksonville were graduated from Officers Can brought their grandson, Phil- the devotional
week to visit her son end A Classified Ad hi the TELEGRAPH 'wishes ,to thank all who
Saturday visitors of Mr. and didate's school on Jan. 27 at lip, homo with them for a daughter-in-law! Mr and k. Mrs/ Gladys Thomas, South- brings rexultn.. group
are Fred Bennett. Fort Ga. has been visit took part In the work.
Benning Mrs. Hoyt Dukes, for a week. side librarian, presented a film,
Robrt S Pearce of Arden, home on two weeks leave and "Come as you arc lunch "The Fight for Better Schools"
and Mrs. Dukes droveMrs.
N. C. ii visiting: his mother, will\ leave this. weekend for eon"-Stai lie Woman's Club., !Mr. Dukes home last Olivia Goodman Becomes Bride iMr.: Bryan asked that those I

(Mrs. I* F. Smith Sr., who Is Fort Halablrd, lid for six Club. Tuesday Feb. It. 11:30: Edgar I interested In an adult educa- i I
Sunday and will remain fora Of Mr. Harper In Home Ceremony
a patient in the Bradford Coun- weeks further training.: to 1:00.: $1.25. tion class In modern mathematics
week.
ty Hospital. Burke Ellington and daughter Mrs. Alice: Anderson attended for to contact
covered with lace cloths parents
stith were
Mrs. C Goodman.
Dr. and M. Miss Olivia Leigh
Mr and Mrs. Max Furlong Judy, had as weekend l I a family reunion at linen and dm. A class will be presentedif
iillo
of Falls Church, Va. will arrive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. See- over green
and family of Tifton, Ga. will guests at their camp In the I the home of Mr. ana Mrs and Leslie were centered with crystal enough adults enroll. Mrs.
hermotht'r
Saturday to visit ber D. Goodman
spend the weekend with their So'rubtr.:: and 'Mrs. Frank
C'Iu1Vhae In Alachua Sunday Lavone Jackson was appointed
around which
bowls were
H. L. Brownlee. Wayne Harper son of Mr and punch
Mvs
Mr. and Mrs. V. V.
Jparents, Flcr of Cleveland, Ohio, MienDlano afternoon. smilax and white membership chairman to replace -
.He/on and Mr. and Mrs. J. for ten dBYS Mrs. Brownlee Mrs. Xi. H. Harper were unitedIn I garlands of
Starling of Brookcr and Jones Drew Reddish.Refreshments .
Mr. and Mrs. Tyler t
Jan. roses.
yJll return tn Fills Church marriage on. Friday
W Furlong John Allred" end! Hlnn
Rodney held a family reunion: Sun- On the buffet was an arrangement were furnishedby
hOMe
27 at 7:30 at the
Ms and (Mrs. A. M. Moore of Jacksonville.Mrs. with the atiths for a visit : p.m.
,-'ay for their! nephew, Capt. months. of the bride, with Rev. Jesse' of white roses, the third grade parents. .I
will nf ncv-prnl
Jr. of Blackshear Ga. visit \ 10. 1C. Ferryman' spent
Rf-Kgie Hlgsinbotham of Callahan E. Sherwood of Jacksonville snapdragons, miniature carnations The executive boards of both
IJttlo 1'rlnwm Diamond" ICIngifor
.(Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ritch and the first of the week with
who has recently" re- lit WUliunmJewelry. performing the ceremony. and leather leaf fern met separately and
Mrs. Daisy Perryman over the Mr. and Mrs Comer Ferryman only WO.D.l! I groups
Vcekend. f'irneJ:: from a year in Viet- The wedding vows were exchanged centered by a spiral candelabra jointly before the regular meet-
In
Jacksonville and the two
In front of nn altar holding six nile green burning Ing. A joint effort will be made
Valentine Gift for evpryoneClans weeks previous with ",Ir. and nam.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. George Rdl :\-
and Mrs Charles Law- In tho living room with 1 tapers. both to secure
Dlanaosda! RingVut- Airs.'"' Emmett Ferryman in lh\ attended the special: oy groups space
o' TnlHhni \\'tFrl- candelabra arch. Mrs. James Pickering of bua
win forming an lor shelters along routes.
for hnnnr -
services
William convocation
:chM: at Jewelry Bethlehem, Pa.
overnlaht" of Mr. floor baskets I Gainesville, aunt of the bride
day guests St. Johns On either aide were -
students at
Local admittances to Bradford -
Mr. and Mrs. B. Emanuel
Mrs. M A. Lawson. white cut the bride's cake, and MUs
IIT holding
County Hospital this week spent the weekend in. Dcer- River! Junior College In Pa- 81.tdloll.1 r'resbyteriansHonor
Sirs: M"ed Lewis and s'n. mums, Jacl", and Marie[ Gaskin kept the bride'sbook.
:Include: Mrs. I*, F. Smith Sr., field :Beach, Merritt Island, latka last Wednesday afternoon pompoms
Chris spent last week with plumoHUa fern. In the back Assisting In serving were New
"
Dire Ruby Dickens Mrs. Mary and Pompano Bench. I arrv Reddish was onthl' .
Mrs.
h"r parents. Mr. and !Mrs. N ground were Schef f elcrla Mrs. Donald Bagwell,
Jackson, Mrs. Mandy Grlffls, Mr. and Mrs. David Mont- honor list. Pastor And WifeRev.
Pat
and above the arch wasa Harry Green, Mrs. Buddy
!
S. Dankel. In St. Cloud. Mr. plants
XIrs. Thomas Mrs. Louise
Daisy of
gomery and family were in Mrs. John E. Patterson
Mrs
'Abell, MIas Mary Jane Thomas Plant City Sunday attending: Lewis joined the family over Beaver Falls, Pa. Is spending graduated cluster in of size wedding and tied bells with, Rhymer ton, Miss Howell Nancy, and Shea Mrs., John and Mrs. Robert D. _

Mrs Beatrice Griffis and the Golden Wedding anniversary the weekend several weeks with her parents III. Burch were honored at a
:Mils Judy Grlffls, all of Starke; of o1>lr. and Mrs. B. L. Mr. and Mrs. N. r,. Wood- Mr. and Mrs. F. H white satin bows and s>U'cam- McCoun lovely reception Sunday
and burn were in TallahasareRaturday era. Garlands of smilax white! After spending some tlmt
Eustace Kelly William Gay Krimer an-1, sister. Mrs. A. N.
evening In the Manse on
Sr. of to attend a (lovernor's roses, and wedding bell clus- with their guests the couple ,
Reynolds Keystone "Come lunch J. Barry and Barry. the
as you are Dr to Cherry Street folowing
altar.
ters surrounded the left on a wedding trip
Heights Mrs. Abbie conference meetingand
Harley
; eon"-Starke Wonun'4 Club.. Mr. and Mrs. R. L Epperson Sunday> evening service.
album bride chose :
A stereo wedding pro- South Florida. The
'and Mrs. Thelma Prevatt of buffet dinner at the AUTOMATIC DEFROSTReirigei'atorFreezer
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'Lawtey.IMrs. Club Tuesday Feb 14. 11:30to : Governor's mansion that Sr. of Plneallas Park and vided nuptial mimic. fOil traveling a two-piece Navy Standing in the receiving:

1:00.: $1.25. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Mizelle Tommy Harper served as blue dress complemented witha ;Ine were Rev. and Mrs.
e :M.: F. Hazen and Mr. evening.
and Mr!. V. V. Hazen were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Collins of St. Petersburg are visiting best 'man' and the mhcru were corsage of white roses, step Burch, Rev. and Mrs. D. O.
and Mr. and Mrs. Olin Pate Mrs TYler Jones hag asher Mrs. George Anderson and Jimmy Lawson and, Ronnie hanotis and puffs of tulln.& McInnis of Jacksonvlie. Rev.
Hazen in
visiting \Mrs. Alph
Wed-
Orlando on Friday. of Gainesville were Saturday luncheon guests :Mr. and Mrs W. J. Epper- Harper. The couple graduated from William Nezllle of the University -

Mrs. James A. Hamlin and evening dinner guests of Mr. Rov Wingate. Mrs. Cecil son Jr. from Tuesday to Friday Sties Harriet Good.-nan attended Bradford High School the of Florida Rev. and:

of her and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin.W. IxjnK. Mrs. Cvlssle Jones, Mrs. her sister as maid of bride in 1965, and Mr. Harper Mrs William Katlbah Jr. of ,
son. Tampa are visiting
Otrllble. and Mrs.\ Alf
mother, Mr& W. K. Plummerin E. Plummer underwent Carrie "Come as you are lunch-, Honor in a floor length sheath In 1962. The bride 1m employedat Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. I

Starke, and father Mr. surgery Tuesday In the U, S. Green, all of Callaha.i. eon"-Starke Wom.in'v; Club., i"dress with empire alstlire Southern Bell Telephone John Morris of Lake City, This One's Loaded With I

Plummer a patient in the Naval Hospital in Jackson John Adams of Little Club. Tne flav, Feb. II, 11:30 of emerald green velvet. Her Co. In Gainesville and the 'nd Mr. and Mrs. Herbert

Jacksonville iNAS Hospital. ville.Rex Rick. Ark spent the week- to 1:00. $1.25. .shoulder length veil of cir erald groom works for the State Oreen and Mr. and Mrs. '

Brown of Miami was! end with his parents. Dr green, illusion was held In Road Department in Gaines Frank Wolfred of Starke. Features

Laura Ellen Brown of visiting his parents, Mr. and and Mrs H H Adams arH place with a cap of nile green. yule They are residing al 104 The mantel In the living

Ma.ccler.ny Is visiting her Mrs Oeorge W. Brown over left Tue rta. foi Fort Polk Adjustable VII1Book Serving bridesmaids" were I S. B. 7th St., Gainesville room held a fan-shaped arrangement -
grandmother, Mrs. M. F. La. for six months training Miss Barbara Sue Udwards I
the weekend. of white gladioli,
Covers. All\\ sloe 30 cents ea. 00
:Brown, this 'wee
.
with the National Guard. /and Miss Janelle Goodman, chrysanthemumsleather S
at The Telegraph. pompoms
sister of the bride. They were Terilyn BarryTo leaf fern and foliage
ONLY
n '11:! JiJ'__ 1"1..'" ,_ a" attired in gowns identical! to I Centering the refreshmentST. 227
: Ur .._ .. )'''' *.'' t y I fPIIW =:;;.;: ,.:=;.;;;.;;-= that of the honor attendantand Wed SaturdayDr. WITH
. .IiL :..,: .. .. ... \ ; ___ ;, ; i I carried nosegays of nile EDWARD'S CHURCH TRADE

camellias with of Starke
green puffs and Mrs A. J. Barry I i
tulle and, showers of I
green announce the approaching marriage Sunday !Maw.. ______ 9:13: a.m.
emerald ribbons.
green of their daughter Terilyn, Thursday Mass __ '- 8 p.m. I
The bride, given In marriageby
to Gary Keith Syfrett, son of IUIra.eulou"1..131:
Saturday -
her father, was lovely in
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H. Syfrett Novena ......________ 7 p.m.
i Trade in a gown of bridal satin worn of Gainesville. (1n' .....lf>11" --____ 5 p.m. !
jpolsed..qyeB.. }JIfBWV! of starched FREE TRANSISTOR RADIO
net and tnffeta Her fitted I The wedding will be an event and ______.. .____. 7SO p.m.
of Saturday Feb. 11, at 3:30: llfilydiry Max. ______. ff p.m. .
Dior bodice was enhanced bya
I p.m. at the First Baptist Church WITH PURCHASE OF ANY 1
rounded neckline
outlined becoming with appliques of lace In Stark+ with a reception im- ST. WILLIAMS CHURCH MAJOR APPLIANCEAKD
I I Keystone< fright
ear
compact Immediately following at the
your roses embroidered with spraysof I

; seed pearls. The long sleeves Holiday Inn. Sunday. Main -_-- 11:13: a.m.

tapered to calla lily points over I All friends and relatives of I- Wmlnnuluy. !Mnsn/ ____ 6 p.m.

S her wrists. Her sheath skirt the couple are invited to at- Monday Miraculous !Medal

i featured a wide panel border tend. Novena -- __....____ 7 p.m.
for short limousine
a of lace flowers. In back, secured Inquiry Clium" u._ 6:13 p.m. SLADE GAS i

C9 to each shoulder, was a Confession. : Before Mans on ;

circular chapel train She worea St. Mark.sVomen Wednpwlny. & Sunday.

flat bow> In her hair, cen- Holy day MUMS! __ 7 ...m.''
tered with a cluster of whit" 'I I The Women of St. Mark's

the 67 Falcon roses and white puffs of tulle ., Episcopal Church will hold a ST. MARY'S CHURCH \ APPLIANCES

securing a bouffant veil of I meeting at the Parlsn Houseon MiirclrnnySunday I

cheerest Illusion. She carrieda Monday.:! Feb. 13. at 7:30p. : Mnee. ____ 11:30: a.m.fimfptwIonH 332 W. Madison Phone 9647701lowwaisled

white Bible topped wltn a m. with Mrs. Walter Rich- : before Mass I

nosegay of white sweetheart ardson as hostess.
,
roses, stephanotis and spraysof
ivy with puffs or white
tulle and white satin stream I

ks., ers. Her only ornament was

a pearl teardrop pendant,

a gift of the groom. I

i :Mrs. Goodman chose for her
'
daughter's wedding a floor
e7 FALCON CLUB COUPES length red brocade sheath dross r

S complemented' ( with a corsage .
: -+. r +t ra" tarps p m a of red carnations with gold

.. trim.Mrs. 1frq
Harper, mother of the OinderellaI

groom, was attired In a pile
blue lace two-piece suit with
I
which she wore a blue carna-
: ,
tion corsage.A has a ball
jrr reception, was held In the

Goodman home where the f

S ushers, Jimmy Lawson and Withawardrobeof"BTOPTH8PAE89'yx

Ronnie Harper, greeted guestsat I fashions, she's fresh-pressed all day'''-'
the door and presented tlK'irv 1
without Ironing. Everything illustrated
to the receiving line composedof I!
[The chauffeur is optional at slight extra cost] the bride and groom, their j in a permanently pressed blend of

parents, and the bridal party. I 50% Fortrel polyester, 50% cottonin

: The bride's table was covered navy and gold. Wash, dry-

with a white lace cloth, at
: You really have no right to expect such luxury in an economy the corners of: which were a' and wear without care.

Buy now !V car. But here it is-in '67 Falcon's lush interiors. new, lap- clusters of small wedding bells

of-luxury ride Diamond Lustre finish. And options? held by white satin bows( and .
streamers. A t ree- Iet'cd
like V-8's to 225 hp. air conditioning satin)
Save now! They're big-car goodies wedding cake centered the :

front disc brakes. scads more. And all this at table and was flanked by double

Ourstockofnewmodetsnewcolors, such low prices and low operating costs vou'll even feel candelabra holding burn- ,

a was never better See us today and well-to'dol ". ing white tapers with a nose-

: save on low prices. Big trade-Ins ...... ... gay of, nile green miniature
: and easy monthly terms to suit carnations and white rose ,1 Plaid Smock

a your budget. Big savings on beautiful placed at the base of each. s7r y Sizes 4.6X, $3.0O J JI
'
: Ford Falcons and every other The two round punch tabla. c i Sizes 7-12, $4.00
.r model in the '67 Ford line. I Visit. your I

: Drive the leader. I Ford CountryHeadquarters THE BRADFORD I!I

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: today Published every Thursdayat .0\1\; .
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Motors Starke, Fla. II zes 4.6X, $7.00 r :

Terwillegar Subscription Rates: Sizes 7.12, $8.00Doubleflounce \i. 'ot4'EAGLEs: OPTION. ti .:

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year; $2.00 six month

Your Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford and Union Counties E. L. :Matthews, editor and Sizes 4.6X, $8.00 iJl !iIHt.L..A.o.L..if a.--J;

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BR. nFORn COTTNTg TKUOltAPff.: HTARK1C. FTOKTOA PAOB THREH
TmiRRTIAY..' FEB19R: 1 !


I Junior Women 1 t Roman's Club Three I lost esses ins !Mm l, r Dotvttolmcndale 1421 : CadetteTroop or ad ,t. mi ti! it':K i, the. meet.
0 Road phone me Ilrlmtnd, i I"" i i icmb, j to
Hear County Agent. To Serve LuncheonThe Entertain UDC 398-3042; I Sets Cookie Sale 1', ,it I ""IIIl'lda I n"pur", Land at.

I After the business meeting HlKliI, "i nrtTh. ,
On ConservationCounty :i. Finance Department'I W. T Week', Chapter Mrs W. H. Nollman, historian Plans to hold< .1 cookie booth I''' : next meeting will beheld

of the Woman's C'ub of UDC met Wednesday! : after- presented a program on sale on Saturday Feb 18, were Wednesday<, ,Fob 15; at
_
Agent O T. Hug- Starke will serve a "come as noon of last week at the Sidney Lanier who is considered made when members of Ca- 3:30: p.m. at St. Edwards'
gins spoke on) the major you are" luncheon on Tuesday home of Mrs. L. O. Powell the "True Southern dette Scout,! Troop 606 met Pariah II:til.

GLADYS MOOTY problems of conservation in Feb. 14. between the with Mrs. Mattle Odhagan Poet. Mrs. Nollman told of Wednesday afternoon Feb. 1,

Phone 961.0681 Bradford County at the Jun- st hours of 11:30: a. m. to 1 p, and Mrs. George Flynn Sr. his interestlny but bile life at the home of Mrs. Richard
ior Woman's Club meeting In as co-hostesses. Richards A Clutclfled! Ad In the TELEGRAPH -
having died at the early age
the club house Monday m.Plans are for a homecooked Mrs O L Haynes Sr, reada of 37 years, Poetry was his Individual cookie orders were brings remiUn."
night Ho was introduced by I Ir' meal complete with dessert letter from the State President primary interest in hie and turned, in, and Carol Richards: ,

Mrs, Gene Shaw. Conservation L and beverage for $1.23. asking for a short history his love for the! South, wan led in Hales with a total I of I

Department chairman. Everyone is invited and urged of the chapter.It shown in his poems. Severalof 65 box:::. "

Mrs. Elzle Sanders, presi- to stop whatever you are was announced that his poems were !lead and Requirements for the Animal YVONNE'SKnitting

!! uIL dent, conducted, the business doing 'Iwhether In slacks or Chapter 128 will be host for the program was concluded< Kingdom budge, were met by

kr meeting and read an an- overalls) and join the crowd the District Assembly to be with the singing of Southern Kelly Richard. and PearleWolfred. Nook
nouncment that the annual for lunch. A special Invitation held at Wolfson's Community songs accompanied by Mrs The troop expressed !nimrt"fl| null l inrotic
Art Festival will be held in is extended to the busI- Service Center in Jack- appreciation for the help of Y.\UN
Jacksonville on February :31 sonville with registration J W Klncald at the piano. ,Jars Carolyn Dyal physical
ness people. ..
The District: Sewing Contestwill starting at 0:30: a. m. Tues Early spring flowers were education Instructor at BETS I'rrn Instructionjmr
Take-out plates will be l to decorate the meeting who served consultant for
be held at the same day. Feb. 28, Luncheon reservations used as | "'nre Itlvil.
with Mrs Carol von available. rooms for the occasion the Good Grooming badge.
a v time : 1rA may be made by call- Keystone lit.
Houser representing the local After refreshments were I'li.me" 473--IBB1:

club. Other member will I .

display arts and crafts at Beta Sigma Phi--


;; this All event.members were urged to i Enters CandidateFor tl OPEN Fill. & SAT.UNTIL .

to attend! Junior STARKE PLAZA
? wr Day make!In plans Jacksonville on Feb. Valentine QueenMrs. 7 I P.M.IUST I.

28" W, H. jonns .is thisyear's ,

,rf Mrs. Cus chairman Koprlusos asked, education all- Valentine from Gamma Quern Theta contestant I LIKE MONEY in the BANK!

members to please take old Phi
Chapter of Beta Sigma

,. magazines they are in to need the library of them.as Sorority. from BIG BIG

,
"Hailett" graduated THE SAVINGS in our
AmerIcan -
{ Mrs. Bob Ferguson; BHS and attended Florida I ,
S Home Life chairmen,
: Southern College. She' graduated -
urged all members to bring from Masscy Business,,
adult\ clothing to( the next College in Jacksonville, and
meeting for the Florida at
Is presently employed
State Hospital at Macclenny.Mrs. .
Town Finance Co. as secre
Bob Hegg was electedto I
i
attend the Chamber of tary.Mr, and Mrs. Johns!! are the ,,

4&r Commerce monthly meetings parents of one daughter Deborah -

representing\ the JuniorWoman's 2'i', years old. 1
4a'
I Club.
Mr. Johns was formerly
It was announced that the National Life $
with Liberty
II senior( Woman's Club wouldbe Insurance Company and is l Nf

having a luncheon on Feb. now employed with Baldwin 1

14 at 12 noon In the club Chevrolet: in Starke. EVERYTHING P RI _
house and all members were

I I asked ,to attend. Including 1 P'

I ; iu working members. Ticketsare FIRST QUALITY DR j THURSDAY

$1.25. s
FRIDAY &
Mrs. Harold Godwin T S ,

t'y : !8i' Mothers March Chairman for a ALWAYS! pop. ---SATURDAY
the March of Dimes, thanked I Ian t tu 4r

Nancy Joyce Musselman Weds members who particl-I'' fL'Lj eosQL ONLY

I pate in this event.

! Raymond- Leonard Moody In Texas been ported collected a total in of! $775' re-I I way T. "

'
Miss Nancy Joyce Mussel- of Grand Prairie. The ushers County. I MEN'SPermanent rr ROOM-SIZE
fe
man of Arlington Texas: were Lonzo Johnson of I The president! reminded all rose A"t"An o. N pngn ar h4. I c 4 e r

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grand Prairie Dwayne Alen members to bring a dessertto 'I Press

Jack J. Musselman of Roanoke and Willie H Weaver both the March meeting along 41 ) Tweed RUGS

) Va. and Raymond Leon- of Arlington with the recipe. Members!

ard Moody of Arlington, Texas Ricky Orange of Roanoke 1 will exchange desserts and DRESS SHIRTS \ j 7 rc

son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. I Va., the bride's nephew, recipes. Mrs. Wayne Whlffen I \ 4
yffs
Moody of Starke' were unitedIn served as ling bearer and will speak on Communism / + REG'1288
marriage on January 14 Tammy Thorton of Grand and show slides of the Berlin REG.

at Grand Prairie, Texas. Dr. Prairie was flower gUl. Wall. 3.99 $3 V., rro Any nAmw

Earl K. Oldham was the officiating A reception was given by Mrs. Whlffen served refreshments .,
clergyman.The Mr. and Mrs. Lonzo Johnson( during the social n.w nIF"CAI' 1'A Ae ,*., '. Hnvywilht Vlicoi
S5'1'% ....bod l eotton. 35'1'%( polyutir. Ilio Honda Awaarq A Ir a
bride, given In marriage at the Church Youth Building hour. ful combination., 'thtt mono no mOIl Honing, ,, s. r ap ew &. Nylon
ty her brother-in-law H. Ken- reception room. enipir 'fibiici to hay bah loner, ,look, lit* Imbroidcloth. n Cuihlan Foam Backing
IRST
Pirn*Hi cola aka 14ft to 17
neth Orange of Roanoke. Va. The bride and::! groom are DkTl M.r". PLAIN If'M; : QUALIfY> s d Needs No Padding
white def of Bible Baptist gIn & f '
was lovely In a peau graduates 1---- CRO-MUH' t
sole satin gown, with empire Seminary In Arlington. Tex-: I Macclenny SotoBrummettEngagement N YtONS S J Rich thick run ,m I host of .
is a' religious eamless "" 'InaL'' ,billion tw. di. porfKIUKOI
waldt trimmed with pearls and the groom Told
ly\ ; GREAT
. I, BUYS IM( for Any All lour iidt rn
I and crystal teardrops. The music major. I Alpha Nu Chapter of Delta I a i w'lIod and roiplorcad.'

I bodice and long wrlit-length Following a wedding trip 'Kappa Gamma will meet in Mr. and Mrs Robert Burrows MEN'S

F sleeves were made of Chan- to West Texas, they are residing -'' the First Methodist Church) announce the engage- CANTUNDERWEAR ECE NYLONS

t tllly lace with the sleeves at 309 KirbY., in Arlington in Macclenny at '7 p. m. Friday ment and approaching marriage Micro mesh SPLANKETTHERMAL
.
small satin bows. The chapel Mrs. Mona Canova chair- dette (M. Soto, to James R ( n7
train fell from the empire of and Brummett. son of Mr. and 21 1 Smooth, BEDSPREADS
man growth
personal
?
,t Day of PrayerTo MO.e>> S for 5.05 s rfr j pf..we
1 ballel'ln'll'ngth Mrs. James H. Brummett of .. '
waist. Her services will speak on "A
I .. for 180 4
f, ? veil of illusion was attached Be ObservedThe Widening View, Each on Panama City. KNIT BRIEFS pr. tfl, i.g::-eto, RIG 88Ixiuli'iil
"
'Y
I to a crown of penis and Teach One." Eval>'n Haney Miss Sof lit a graduate' of 5 5'ssnl ry uaml.y edh par at Gu.r.nl1' are 7.99 6
crystal teardrops. She carried annual World Day of will explain tht meaning of Bradford County High School!, REG. 9 for 3.45 sills a b r 1S,m10'''oar maanao '

i a bouquet of white rosebuds Prayer sponsored by the the society's emblem and class of 1085. and Is em ploy eJ T-SHIRTS 3 for 220 k et' ear had. nd e
I : and carnations centered with Church Women United of ,the candidates recommended by with Blue Croon-Blue Shield of sum onhdf Mtgnitlcint" ?..et'I I (
National Council of Churches, Jacksonville.Mr. and dnign. "Mwhini, ounabli and diyiblt., !
, ; a white orchid each of the four counties RIG. S fee 1.6)
l' Mrs. Willie W. Weaver of) will be observed locally with represented In the chapterwill Brummett graduated ATHLETIC 3 for 140
services In St. ''Mark's Bpls- from Marlanoa High School in i
Arlington, Texas served as be voted upon. SHIRTS lgpfE ,
i copa Church at 10 a.m. Fri 1065 recently completed six S .
white
honor attendant in a Invitations will be issued PTRAfgNENT EXTRA THICK
months active duty with the
brocade gown accented with day.Women for an April initiation priorto RIG. 3 for 3.35BROADCLOTH PRESS ,
a rose velveteen ribbon at around the world the state convention In Notional Guard. and in now 200 7 ROII MENS h_' Foam Rubber
For
Insurance 3 SIEEVE r
the waist. have joined In this xpoclal observance Fort Lauderdale. employed with State Farm SHORTS REG. :e-,
.since 1887 and offerings In Jacksonville 2.99
Miss Juanita Reeves of Members will meet half tS .
an
Arlington and Mrs. Wayne collected Friday will bused hour early at this The wedding will take place C ip'i own trind, nil Inmn for dm quiiitr.Fik ,' j lS S BED PILLOWS
meeting
for special projects including Saturday April 15. at 7:30: Nit hash 'lor liu this 1% WiimkJifImitn.
f Miller of Grand Prairie to allow committees! to hold .
the First Presbyterian
a national }program p.m. at a'a
1 Texas served as bridesmaids covering ministry to off-roMer- brief /sessions prior to the Church In Starke with n reception REG. $
In pink brocade. gowns vatlon Indian-Americans who regular meeting time at '7:30: Immediately following r JRrS 3
William Leonard Moody ofBig
'
need l guidance in adjusting to in tho old church manse on JR.
Spring Texas salved his 1
urban life. Cherry Street. BOYS'm
brother as best man and the Parties Given and relative of
I All church women arc invited All friends thrnuihwit for
groomsmen were Roman Alvarez to Join in the observance.YOU'LL For Out of Town the couple are Invited to attend + dMmud.. Aop.gM, f0$ f complel. tlB.pin| comfott Nan illirilelumbo
,
and Alan Kasten both i: yl rbN mi lip off cows
Guests of Sewells SLACKS NAq 'aril 'a dad ropp?ase w _
:z:
4
I 4 Wde, fa aemanaM P nmbmllwnh
stn .
II i| MlH4 Maude Sewell and Mrs. Margaret A. Peeler REG. 1'u a J8 molry mend Ind. rprealMhr/ l hma Y '

H E, Norman of Richland On., 3 FOR 5 MorSW1Y i1old; EN'PERMAf'IENT S

MAKE I. who have been house. guests of Weds Mr. Rigdon I.S9 \1 PRESS
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell for .
W, Cotton mil polriWir, xlth diilic twtk Nald|
the past three weeks have Mr. and Mrs. George !,' bind, ilppw Hi. mint pockttl. Bllck, olivt,
been feted at several delightful Brown announce the mar-I, bids 9/m 3 7.PERMANENT. WORK{ SETS

FULL SPEED parties in the pInt week. ilage of their daughter. Mrs. I i .
Mrs. L. D. Ann Peeler! of ; '
Vlninjs gave a Margaret PRESS MBoys' RIG. 3.79
luncheon for Mine Sewell and Mandarin, to Norman Rig $ 3
= AHEAD. Mrs. Norman on ronday; Mrs. don who is home on leave !/ 1r SHIRTS

Gladys Weldon gave a luncheonfor from Viet Nam. SLACK t ''J. ".n. ".49
them on Tueiulay; Mrs. K. The wedding took .place at' \r $4

L. 'Matthews entertained at a Mandarin Methodist Churchon ". D C PANTS

With Bank Standing At A Full-Service tea for them Tuesday afternoon ) Friday, Feb. 3, at 5 p. m. S.S9 I 'S N? AE 1J. C 85 J'.n'I ::. : II 1 15 day%long nylon. Full IIMPIth sotto
; Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Galloway performing ,
Rev.
with ,
KIIM cnmloit Mid HIM" i4yn
Bank To Smooth The Way! Mrs J. W. Klncald had a the nuptials In the Presence ll (\l 59< 17, p >5% Cation I 15% Nylon' IMPS your younf ureN,
luncheon for them on Wednesday of the Immediate families .pin cfitM| r ill dry 1 lonf. Continental cut, '.r
; and Mrs. T T. Long and a few friends i ,.d< kluonal.5.51, ,. intu t to 18. etate364tut elagUa Nponts og
Our job a* afullservice entertained with a luncheon Paul Mlcklor of Jacksonville fig G 4t ; At totols, ewes
bank I is* to nee that you get Thursday. and 100% COTTONSport bad and SUPER
served as best man ,q9 Wbtte ,
all the sound financial backing and advice that Mr. and Mrs. Sewell had a Rex Brown of Miami, brother 1 ttoa1o r.

you needto, be ready and willing to vouch for you family dinner party on Sunday of the bride was usher. ,I r 1.,9

to help ,you make the most of your money. Jan. 29, for their guests, and Mrs. Jerry Morse of Jacksonville Shirts ss mpda1,p os'; I J SHOE VALUES
p
Mr. and Mrs. J: O Sewell and rou0
matronof I ,
attended
; 7
sh unww1 .aMe.
daughter, and :Mr. and Mrs
FULL SERVICE BANK W B. Goodloe Jr. of Jacksonville honor. I REO. 1.99 yA i odnetw' f 1 LADIES' GUARANTEED ON ALL
l
S
in ,
The bride given marriage $5
I to celebrate the family 5 'OR e MEN'S'
her father. was attired 2.99 "II
by
January ''birthdays. 4 PANTIES L I WRKSHCES:! !
Savings Accounts Checking: Accounts In a blue wool suit I Run-proof '
Miss Sewell and Mrs. Nor. MANY ".RMANINTPRISS j
Business Loans with an orchid -
complemented
Personal Loan -
man will leave Monday for
..
,
Mill hi 100% cotton oiford potliyl rv Car Loans Appliance Loans ,- Tallahassee to visit Mr,. W. corsage. .Ifldoconti.", Lang t tat, 'Ivy' ind button Children's Loafers
Drive-In Teller Dank By !Mail W. Riser. The bride a. resident of I lens ....,.... Slut I la, II :''im.l .1n.ly' ai.M1..OUad 3 FOR $1

Safety Deposit Boxes Mandarin Is employed by CARP'S ...... .n yu...Ien ON.I 10.aAa'to< WOO.d REG. 3.99 64
KERRY.KNIT.
Prudential Life Insurance: 1

I.. Little WomenThe Co. in Jacksonville. The Boys' Underwear ,,' _"Mu.. oirir Ii/... 1'a HiRIO.
AND HOMEOWNEDAND groom who will return to
WIN A DOLLAR BILL !
OPERATED Little Women's Club Vietnam on Feb. 19 will be I 3 for 1.4S Lajjss'

will have on flower discharged from the Air 3 I for 120
a program
I KNIT BRIEFS Come in and buy a 5c Hershey Bar that deli.
arrangements presented by Force !in December after ten Heals Flats; Sports

The Community State BankOF Nancy1 Flowers at their meet- years of service.. I 10. 3 for 2.09 cious favorite of favorites. Look inside the .
II I VAlUfS
Ing Monday Feb. IS, at 7:30: I 3 for 7 180 J 00
T-SHIRTS wrapper YOU MAY FIND A NEW DOLLAR TO 6.S9 .
at the club house.
STARKE p.m.Hostesses for the eveningwill A Classified. Ad In the TELEGRAPH -: a aandaraaI W d. HMoally la mut. tuft kill" imlityI ,' a BILL! Many dollars to be given away! ,

C. be Ginger Baldwin and' result. I II I p.! nit' rlnWi 'far .I... tin 1 I'%" inrmluK" I I.leulh. *
MEMBER F. D. I. I i Gloria Gibson. I brines l I I l. I .

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MCI*, reim BRADFORD'copjmrTEtacQKAm.) : ; tjTARLK1a;''PI.ODIDA!' : THURSDAY. FEB. It, 198
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I Three Wins Give Tornadoes 16-4 Record t Loop Tourney irJ I- 14J&FI: ,,p'"7 tTLg4Qp.. ;:TRRfh ... Plena tItan] 6. William Onann ScOggins 2, Johnny 7,

", Warren 7.Terwlllegar.
I ." .
Set :
TonightIn ( \ ,
J.
_ ,.. .". '. '; "" 1 Motors:
"ji' 4,
t HarryHatcher
't Reese 10.
Beat Green Cove 56-47 Lake CityThe Ronnie Tomllnsorn] :; 4, Wayne

.," OURNAP;( Blankenship 3, Bill M ng I,
.
... ,, 1937 Florida Star Conference t pr: r t Joe Kauffman 4.
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Tight defea'vey and a a technical foul early In the I Don Bowles had 18 for the lJvile' "" 1110'/1( ... MMlIi"?"d.M. .4''th c i
I Basketball Tournamentgets
4oIigh! aggressive a:, .me added fourth period. It wid end the night's high, and Jones had 12. >,( ,' lII!\ I under 'way tonight '"' 'yr'lUrt':4 .. H. C. Wall and Hurst Shell

three victories to the Tornado Tornado lead to five points It was nip and tuck for I Thursday) In Lake City. met in. their 2nd meeting of
eager*' season record this the biggest edge ot the night, three quarters before Reddish's I Top seeded Bradford Hgh + the season and Wall managed -
week keeping it very reapecfrbl and enabled them to stall], three pointer. Green Cove led
I I and second seeded ''Live Oak '. to avenge a 8S-2T loss by
;, ]*> at '164.Completely forcing the Bin Devils to 10-9 after the first period,II I 1
drew byes In the opening round trimming the Shell team 27-
foul went for the Tornadoes reversed that /
outclassing as they pos- I and will play winners of tonight's 20. Hurst'a toko an, opening:
session of the ball. in the second /
;Orange Park and Fernandina pattern period
..Boach over the weekend, the The technical] against the and at the half the score was 1 t I night two games Friday 4Kin 'x 4 <yt,\ ,_ ,?* came quarter back 9 to in S,the lead 2nd!but; quar-Wall

Tornadoes capped a very sue- Devils': Bugger Brown when he knotted at 9-19.. 4,4 I St. Augustine and Palatka] jft#. jtoj -4..' i .. **'t.252t"2: Etfii ter with 8 points, and. held
c'qsaful week by (beating tough protested a personal foul gave The Tornadoes edged the tS w'k' 7t1' .i( '
I meet at 7 p.m. tonight and tftat t llf'.Jb"8* .... ':"''Ij" "' ',SSSS S '. Hurst scoreless and had' a..

fourth Green Cole quarter.56-47 Fernandina on a big Reddish nado playmaker], the aggressive, a chance Tor-to Devils for 18-16 a two in the point third margin.permod | Orange 8:30: p.m.Park meets Lake Cityat $ &$$&*& / ." :p roD*;V:\ The 13-9 advantage .'hulTUme.turned .'
2nd quarter out
wont down 6 -4" and Orange make good a 1-and-l situation The margin In the fourth '
the 19-I The championship game anatg.a; .rK\ : to be fatal to Hurst< becausethe
Park 63-43 with substitutes plus charity bucket on quarter was seven points
Saturday night begins at 7:30: .
] much the technical the 12 ithe opened remainder) 9! the'aam..*
playing of the second
putting as game up i .1 i '
Admission to the ft'i ft
.half of both score at 4338. and ,became rough and tumble p.m. tourney 'A71r',7 *. .was played] on fairly, equal
games. will be 5O cents for student <* i.tr wihL l : > .
( -: t'r -t .T .
: It was the second victory Wayne /(MeLeod led the Tor- in the final minutes. and $1 for adults. .rl .,r ,'A .. : ,. VVfat "J- (,.. terms with .Wall 'out eoJW;
this season over all three nadoes with 13 points while I l1 ? ,' ', Hurst 13-11 In the ,2nd halfv
Wayne McLeod keeping nisI|
teams. Reddish and Paul] McLeod had led j (See brackets far tourna- 41 kmIpVdtGt -M ar' ;: ,, jl j-> ,# I .MarlleSanderson, paced: Warfto
above 20 points, dtpar' t
average ment elsewhere in the :
i sports Im
: Greg Reddish gave the Tor-' 13 each. Bobby White added the Tornadoes ,over Fernan-I 4VJL1NV.V I j section of this issue.) o f # aI / the victory, their 1st} :<>f

S nadoes the margin they needed,, 9 and Larry Brown 6. White dina with 26 points and Orange I I H .''r SsIVim the season, with an 11,, polrjt
: against Green Cove when he McLeod and Brown each had Park with 20. 1 I 's1i ttlir; pfy7 .production. Mike Jacksofi; :
S son, kthree charity shots on I six rebounds. Coach Tommy Malloy who I : Baby Tornadoes ; was high for Hurst; 'wall 8.

_-.:I ; .I.I'I.( v ,V 4c,._ "" ":) ,V ,'*,' n.f ,son Wall 11 Scoring R. Edwards: M,. Sander-4, jt;'
S : Beat Fernandina AP #. li K: tjoa> tft -
r
""T".AS.p ( .Godwin 4, R.,. Joyncr 4,. If,
) ; *' 1 I j 'if' .'1".,. .J/...' Scott 4. "
; I Bradford Junior varsity Tor- 4<11"r.\ .4rJ f( f' .' YA ; ,:. ; ,+ ., Hurst Scoring M. .Jack' c-:
R:GHTIII: )11" 1 nado cagers took; Orange Park f .. :.....",1.< ......, ...,.. '"-. .. .;..... son 8, D. Penoyer: I, D: .... .
'.. 'Ito i,! 27-18 Fernandina this week Beach but lost and 47-37 56- ... ...t"J .. \, .' llama 1. Chitty 3, L., Thomas

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4. S.
t"
RhQden 3.
Scrambler Greg Reddish dives for the ball he Just { 27 to Green Cove Springs.The ", :
knocked from this Blue Devils' liiimls Monday night. An can squad's season record points. schedule has 4 rounds. The League standings; Bald-

NO GUESS WORK be seen, Keddlgli mlumxl this one; It rolled out of bound. and now stands at 8-11. .* a 2nd round began last Thursday Hurst win, toO; Terwlllegar.' '3i-
Ronnie Moody led the Tor- I received a letter concerning night and tt just\ so l-3c: Wall. 1-3, ,
'
N 0 W. FULL PROGRAMEDLOW Green Cove retained possession. nadoes over Orange Park with last week's column from happens that the No. 1 and Schedule. for Thureday.t
10 points, David !McKnight some fans In. Mwctonny who 2 teams record-wise begin Feb. 9: Hurst rs" Baldwin: T

PRICED had 7, Tommy Talley 5, Ron- thought that I should apoll- each round. and- to date p. m. Terwillegar vs Wall a

: nie Grlggs 3, and Mike Bright glze for the contents of the Baldwin Chevrolet ha come P< m.Elks. Wur t.,
and Mickey Moore one each. article. Also, enclosed In the out on top, of Terwlllegar
I Coach Tommy Malloy had envelope was a whl..te. It Tied With
1n
\ '!!) w Motors- each round as they
Filter-Flo" Washer praise for David McKnlght and walt suggested that I use it defeated the Ford team for Register Oil, ,
GrIggs for their play during. from the stand next Tuesday the 2nd time this season. Although
.the week. ( led the when Starke playa Macrlenny.;
..1 McKnlght the total score was In Junior Loop
I really the letter
Fernandinawith appreciate
Tornadoes against
lower the margin of 11
--;- V.- :3finl-Baslcet\ : ith 12 points and turned in and whistle. but I don't think points remained the same. Register .Oil won Its 3rd

Extra little tub for up to 2 Its.left* his the coach usual said.good performance the help Tornado with the Wildcat will need. Tuen-any In Thursday night action game against no losses with

: over loads frills, or nuisance loads Grlggs. the coach says has day. Baldwin picked up their 4th an the easy Chamber 46-18 of shellacking Commeree of

y like sneakers or colored things become the :beat rebounder 'on .a consecutive win by trimming Friday night Feb. 3 The
that run.Permanent. Would ''believe that Terwlllegar 3524. This game
the team, despite the fact that you high-scoring Oil team. 115
ial'
V: 4 he's only played 12 games. Coach Adkinson was placed began as a low scoring one ,
t points in 3 games. started
Press CooldowueNoiron"peermanentpressfabrle9 in as in the 1st 2
i the maternity ward at the quarter only '
I Moody had 9 points against I fast and finished fast as the)'-
8 I hospital last week Doctor field goals were made both
Fernandlne Bright Talley I led Chamber of Commerce
Adams said about by Baldwin] and at theend
: something
cool to prevent new wrioklea dur 6, and Grlggs 2. 25-2 at halftime The Com
stomach trouble. An ulcer, of the 1st quarter the Chev-
(((HE A ing spin! I that its. It might] have been rolets were ahead of the merce boys finally got things
Garden Wins the working for them IP the
Macclenny yam that Fords 5 to 3. The team
: niter-Flo System-no Hat fuzz on caused It.Baldwin. picked up in the 2nd period final quarter and' outscored
S 4I i i clothes-wash water constantly Benefit GameVery but Baldwin stayed ir front Register 12-10 but of courseby

: lecirculated: through the filter. few spectators; !were Takes 20 to 13 at halftime. In the leaders that had time.the game the league wrap..
final half the winners out-
) on hand and very little Fourth ped up. Lonnie Olive who Is
StraightIn
scored Terwlllegar] 13-li to
o0v collected for the
money. was averaging 18 points per
$ March of Dimes horn Itt8.081 Senior LeagueIn post the 35-24 victory. Only game hit for 24 to lead his

j [ ], but for those few Mayton was high for Bald- team. David Lasslster was
tr $269 win with 8 points while Joey
who were there an interesting the Senior Boys Leaguethe high for the Chamber with 7.
schedule been Reese for Terwillegar had
w ] and entertaining game has arranged 10. Register 011 Scoring; Olive
MODEL WA1050C was played on the BHS so that each team 24. Keith Thomas la Kenny
gym floor.A will play each other team 4 Scoring; A. Mayton 8. J.
The Torn'tll' <>es' Larry Brown, hand In the middle above I
,
Chasteen 5, Ham [
men's team Garden times and the Round Robin Roy Gary Continued On Next Page]
snags' .a rebound In the 56-47 win over Omen |Cove Spring,

HEART WINNER AND WORK SAVER! Monday night. I Restaurant. Carter met TV a of Jackson-wcml1n'steam.

ville, and utilizing women'srules .. ...
: subbed for Coach Warney Ad-: man 7-6-19, Prevatt l-O-2, I the Garden came out <',',-- -'-.-"
New Model
Lowest Priced! klnaon In the Fernandina I Reemelln 2.1--5, Hudgliw 2-0 on top 65-56. The women I r ,, t f
.
game credited McLeod with I --4. Weatherford 0-0-0. Atta- were not and are not capableof "> "

; # 4 f fcr Oven Range "a good defensive game andh way 3-1-7; Totals 18-T-13.Oroin defeating a good men's r,,,, ,
',,, ,
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scrapped on the boards too, dove ,
1rjA game: team, but from what we saw "'''' .
totter than he had been." BUS _______-1 I 9 10 18 19-56 Sunday they can nold their .
General Electric Coach AcUtlnaon was In the G. Cove ____ 10 9 16 :12-56 own with, most any woman's "" LJ ....
P-7 oven cleans Itself t
hospital from Thursday team.
BHS Reddish 2-9-13.
L" ... ..
)
.. I through part of Monday with White 3-3-9, P. McLeod 3. Charlotte Nedar led all
Automatic timer push button a very uncooperative ulcer. 3--9, P. McLeod 3-7 13, scorers by hitting for 15 field: awYou 1
control I He left his bed for the Orange Brown 2-2-6, W. McLeod 7- goals and 1 free throw for a .
Easy to clean high speed 88 Park [game Saturday but returned 1-15>; Totals 17-22-56.Q. total of 31. Mike Sexton and

Calrod Units S I to the rospltal Immediately Cove Tuggles 2-4--8, John Williams hit for 20 and .

: Fall width fluorescent fight I afterward and was Bowles 7-4-18, Jones 2-1- 18 to pace the Garden.TORNADO. I \

MODEL J330 Convenience outlet 2 9 8 for discharged the. Green Monday Cove In game.time 5, Smith 4-4-12, Turner 2-0- !
4; totals 17-13-147.Carp's .
; Coach Malloy B-acjuad mentor -

has led the Tornado var-
SS sity to wins over .Palatka and Leading
.
I Fernandina during Adklnaon's r

: Stores lots of I Illness. I Bantam LeagueAndrews
frozen foods Larry Brown ]leading Tor- u T
nado board man, had his bent Drugs behind the ,.,.
Makes ice night of the season against shooting of Ricky Bennett. ';1\0\

e jet fast! Fernandina/ scoring 12 points ;socked Koch's 39 to 18 in p oweit

and grabbing 17 rebounds. I the Bantam Boys League.

.. 'No Frost 16' Refrigerator-Freezer "}Ie got everything that The half of the game was LS
came off -that board and must played almost on even termsas

-- have blocked, clean at least 7 the end of the 1st quarter to yourselfto
or 8 shots," Coach Malloy said saw the scor tied at 44. An-
Giant zero-degree freezer "He just did a. helluva job; drews took a 12-8 lead -at the

holds up to 117 lbs.S he blocked all kinds ." the end of the second quarter. Sy Jim Temple,
C (, coach said. Early in the 3rd quarter I .me .n ...,,.. I,. pay yourself too.
,
j '+ ., ... Exclusive Jet Freeze Ice Statistics Danny McKinney win had

j f blown Ice Fernandina Game: sive game fouled out and
over trays first for BHS _____ 19 14 16 16 65: with a shiny 15-4> record. One I
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sF Bennett and Koch's vent to bills too.
S extra-fast freezing. Fer. Bch. ____ 8 11 7 IS 44. work scoring 14 & 13 points of the finest! in the history of; your pay yourself, ,
I
B. H. S., the 1919 team
: 1 t Twin vegetable porcelain bins enamel I White BHS 3-0-( --6 Reddish, Jackson 3.0 0-0--6 0,, In while the limiting 3rd and Koch's 4th period to 10 the best ever in the county.was.;I Put at least five percent of

Total P. McLeod 4-2-10, Brown 6- 0S5 I II
: r capacity, % bushel. I 0-02. W. McLeod 13-2-26, points.scorer of Bennett the game was with high 23. Wayne MrLeod hat. been a your take-home pay in a

Crosby 0-1-1, Silcox l-O-2. David Alvarez had 15 of his sizzling performer In games to'
r Refrigerator rolls out
: for
Williams 1-0()-2, Fancher 0-0 team's 18 points.Carp's date as Ma average I Is over savings account with us. Who
"s easy cleaning. -O, Jones 0-0-O, Griffis 000 20 points per cont. t. Wayne
; Totals 30.565.Fernandina has Borne fine move> under deserves more than you?
/ kept Its
Adams 2.24 record unblemished and around tha banket and a
Model TBF-16S Robinson 3-1-7, iMcKlndree by downing Oem steady shot from the outside I
1-0-7, BevUa: O-5-5, Sapp 1.1 Jewelry 4410. Oem Jewelry] which keeps' him on top as the i'
j jS -3, Johnson 3-0-6, Rowe 1-1 made a game of it throughthe team's point getter. I
S 0 --3, (Lancaster 1-0-2. stover 1st half trailing at Inter- Savings and Loan Association
i 1-0-2, Platt 0-3-3; Total 13- mission 18-10 but In tha 2nd ,
For a few brief minutes
-, 18-44. half Gem was unable to score '
9 Orange Park game: while Carp's boys didn't miss. during the Orange Park game I $ OF STARKE

15.6 cu. ft. BHS _____ 9 12 21 11-63 Charles Wright had 24 pointsfor BigRed opened up a fast
beat combo featuring the Me- 218 N. > Ave.
O. Pk. -____ 4 12 10 17--43 Carps while Grey Flynn Leod brothers and Greg Red- Temple Phone 964-5000
S I BHS Reddish 6-2 14 had 9
for Oem.
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S dish that looked terrific. In'
'White 3-4-10, Jackson 000--.
Standing: Carp's 3-0; An. fact, It was the best talent I
0, P. McLeod 4-2-<40 Brown drews 2-1 Koch's 1-2: Oem :
; ; display since Coach Adkinson

.. .. Western Auto Associate Store Crosby 2-0--4, 1-2 W.-McLeod 4, Solcox 10-fV 1-2--20 4,, Jewelry 03.Schedule came to B.a H. S. I thought theteam's When You Come In -- Visit Our

.. for ) aggressiveness was at:
.. Williams 1-0-2; Totals 27-9- Saturday Iti 'test In the aame game.They Home Center
,63. Feb. 11: Andrews vs Carps forced the play and I L Planning

: 312 W. CALL STREET PHONE 96&.6841 O. Park Warner 3-O-6, 9 a. m.; Koch vs Oem 10 a. caused many offensive mistakes -

S Lauderdale 0-0> 0, Sch1itcbI m.. which, they,parlayed Into I
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FEB. 0. 1967 BflM 'OIt7YCO17NTY TKkJRGiiAm.! : : STAKKR.! OTLOKIDA 1.-\0'" ; nvl..

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I -Chamber Directors Recommend Appointing Clerk Police Chief in Vj')t I"" .1 1.1; I '.ni}, on f.iii:.u '. t I Jan. -67 Sees I

i have < :u, j li- ul1l.! r i coil 'ol! : More Fires;

.I and...enuslnu. I au .wel'lent.' fined -

An appointive Starke city Appointed John Torode to 9:30 a.m. meeting In. Lake City. :Male, several changea In the ,ti.l.ro:. : ana pinned. on probation Less Rainfall
for 30 daysJa'k ,
clerk and police chief are being I head a committee to seek the "1 can't think of anythingthat organization's by-laws which 1 program Including partici- County Judge T.' A. Yawn. Hamilton I *
: Fattreson failure to
,
asked 'by the Starked3radford four-laning of U. S. 801 from would benefit our community were approved ""by the general pants and spectators, showedan I McDuffle was first chained : yield the rltrnt-of-way audI I Eleven forest tires 1.1Br'd-

County Chamber of Commerce Baldwin to Callahau: at a more," Board Member membership of the ChamberIn increase of 11,725 over with inteiTei ins/ with the rCII( :I Couniy during last week
in resolution March 2 meeting in Lake City Charles Sawyer said. a meeting immediately following oj And Edwards I causing an accident forfeited i iI
a passed the previous yeaI' Ray burn duties of an fleer of the bond of I burned 122.2 aorta, according -

last Thursday by the Boardof with the State Road Board Appointed Pat Everett, the Board session last aid, Indicating that the pio- law with vlolen, a felony, Delbert $9250.E. I, to the Florida ''llbrestay: .

Director.. member and other BRO offici manager of the Brooker hydrocarbons Thursday.. gram is teaching more adult. by Florida HlgljwaFatiol! NominatedZedra I to have vehicle Combs under!, failure' Service. ."
196'7totallllg contro'and
to the board to Adopted a budget for
als. The Board will have a plant
Both posts are traditionally for ns well as young people riooxv W. E. S jndberg. But causing accident, I Fires since Jan 1 this 'a1'number
Police Bill breakfast meeting :Mar. 2 and replace deceased Mayor Randal $22,000. Receipts I / an : "
elective Chief
Roa- 10C3 totaled $22,421, Rayburn said the department I at the heailrfi! he pleaded I [ Hamilton of Brooivi ...- forfeited bond of $5290 I i 28. compared to ib])
and Clerk Merrill Ed- leave immediately after for a Chitty. I
ser City ; had a total operating. guilty to the letter charge, a incumbent liecro:' for Luke DeSue failure to yield during the same period last
wards both elected for
were I budget of (26000 for the misdemeanor. I District 5 (Bradford County) the i'lffht-of-wny and causingan yar. Thins! have been JlU.1.
two-year terms in 1063 and On Elks Tied Train Hits Car McDuffie was' arrested Jan ... In the nomination I burned since Jan. 1
come up for re-election this Garden TopIn ; budget year{ 1965-66, and <>s high man accident:! placed on probation acres
'With said the mint: piessin' neat 30 when Sundteig stopped:! a election at the district for 30 dAVS, this year compared to 3ft<$

fall.The Chamber's Board of Directors Men's LeagueIn Register Woman Dies the present time is for car driven by ''Clinton Mc I meeting held In the Brookerof iI I i' over the same period In 1966.

adequate facilities and: more Duffle, Albert's, brother for Clay Electric Cooperative, I THE RIGHT POINT for the There was no measurable(
In their resolution ask Men's action From Preceding Page! ,
the League t '
land. speeding. I votes, to 79 for Maurice Eu- the way you write. Come In rainfall at any tower in. lLe

the the Second legislative Congressional delegation District of- Wednesday:! night, Feb 1, Chitty 10, Steve Cox. 2. I A 20-year-old Lake Butler "WPh construction of the A passenger fci the car, Al- ar3: Jr. of Starke, and f f.Hamilton f.;" and select your favorite RS- county during the week h1W1

Garden Restaurant extended woman Doris PendarvlsMlnchew bert McDuXffe was first 119for TERBROOK fountain pen Jan. 30 through Feb. 5. ,.
Las- received
Commerce Scoring: -
> have h -"
all new
to "do in their power"to armory we n
four
record to
undefeated last Friday
amend the city charter to slter 7, Benjy Moxley 5, Joey died that the city will allow us charged with, voluntary intoxication I Russell Green, of Brook TEI,EGRAPU, I .
downing Hampton car-train collision on
straight by after
provide for the two appoint Dampier 3, Doug :Brown 2. a iitru of the o-esent arm- But on the way eThe names of the two ....
57-41 It A close SR-121 in Lake Butler.She .
was '
to the Jail 'the officer had I
high! men Hamilton and:!
ments. The tate legislaturehas ory for recreation ,
'I purposes
in the first half, with was pronounced :dead
game
authority to amend the In the secod game of the the director said trouble -with"' the prisoner Edwards-will be printed on
Oarden leading at the half on arrival at the Bradford:! and had! to call for I =::
city's charter since it Is established 28-21. In the second half, night Elks Lodge 1802 wrapped County Hospital. Mrs Mln ; assist- the ballot at the annual SPECIAL11x14 I 1 1 1
ance from Deputy Sheriff
by state statute up its 2nd win by downing meeting of Cla Electric !in
Boy Scouts Hold '
behind the shooting! of Mike chew was returning to her
Doloh Reddish
''Which can ibe! changed by legislative southern Discount; 37-20. Keystone Heights on Match ,
and Tom Malloy, the home from work about 4:20p
action.It sextcn The Elks had little trouble : Court of Honor Sundberg hufl 1 stopped on 23. One of the two will be ''PORTRAIT :
Restaurant boys increased m. when her 1066 Mustang
Walnut Street ''In front of
la doubtful however, that with the Discount boys/: since elected director from Brad-
their lead and Hamptonwasn't skidded on wet pavement Into -
local legislators can Abe in- they seemed to be unable to Boy Scouts of troop 70 Food Fair Ino.'der t.o subdue ford County. Nominations .
bill able to keep up the the path of a Georgia: .. .... .. McDuffie, who I also was .sentenced made from the 4 "
duced to Introduce such a make the ball go throughthe held an hT r "- T "- iay. may also be

without prior approval of the pace.Mike basket although the Elks Southern Railroad tr.ln.: as "eb. 7 7. at the Scout hut to 3J -IBVS on the vol- floor.
'
high lnll to Florida
or Highway
people by means of a refereiv Alliedy was were within reach until the following untary intoxication charge. E. T. Mnrttn' Clay Electrl-
Inter: for thu Oar en with Patrolman Paul W. Carter The bsvs: rp"el"ed ,
when thev manager repotted on progress -
dum.An while Tom Pnladlr.o led final quarter Trave'ln! approximately 25 awardssecond: class
14
ameudmnt to the charter Hampton with 17. !ricked" up 16 points to "ice"the mph, the car skidded! 89 feet Woodrow GrIffis, Jerry Lee Boy Scout Week of the co-op) during the 88C PLUS 50c :
could be passed pending) Its ,, Baiksdalepaced past yeir Paul Emery served
Robby
Garden Restaurant Scoring game. before the point of impact David McRae merit badges< :, Speakers HeardAt '
approval at the city's regular I his team with 14 as chairman to conduct the SERVICE1CHARGE ;
Lee and David .
Jerry McRae
election later this fall. : T Strickland 4. M. Sex- Mrs. Minchew was the third
while Mark Chaudon election
"'1 don't think there's any- ton 10 T. Malloy 11, R.' points person to die at that railroad swimming; and Robin Mul- RotaryBoy :

4 R. Davis 2, M. blll: 13 for Discount. crossing In the past three lins, life saving.
Thomas ,
one sitting here who l is satisfied Baiksdae 14, Scout Week was ob- ,
with ,the operation of city Allied14.. W. Strickland 8, Elks Scoring,: Hugsrlns years, Carter said. The Scouts have given out nerved by Starke Rotarians Mayor's CourtEight I

hall," Chamber Director John J. Watts 4Hampton. Roger Kellv 5 Billy She was a former Bra if:on' Good Will Bags which they with talks by I II
Wednesday
Torode told his fellow board Scoring: T Pal- 6, Tim Thompson 8,, Dean County resident. will pick up Saturday. Feb Osoar Anderson; chairman of f casse Carl were Hurst disposedof inMayor' II FULL VIEW OF BABIES-ALL AGES
Mayor I
by
Johns 5.Discount
members as he prepared to adino 17. C. O'steen 14 M. Mark Brannon Funeral Home In 11, so please have them on the Alachua District of the PHOTOGRAPHED ADULTS BUST SIZE .
Scoring, : Court Tuesday: night I
read the resolution. The city Prick 6, Terrell 4. Lake Butler was In charge! of your) porch bv 9 a. m North Florida Council, and I
Howell Ralph Arnold Kefailure
Oraudon 13, Rhymer
clerk, since he is elected has ..Ilnwementll, -Mike GUsy, Scribe.
I John Sims District Scout COME TOTHE
2, Jimmy CrosbY 2, Jim Tem- to have 'vehicle under contl'oland '
methods of circumventing In the second game Brad-
McLeod 2 Executive. causing accident and
measures ordered by the city ford Barber Shop trounced ple 1. Larry Raburn Reviews ,
It was pointed out that ,
with license
driving an Improper '
council control and the mayor the chief has no of National Guard 61-29, to win i' In Saturda-morning action Recreation Resisting Arrest ''Scouting Is observing Its S7th forfeited bond of $55 PIXIE SHOP
real over their third frame agalpst one
Feb. 4, WlnkJer Electric, anniversary, and that 42 million Eugene Mangham volun- ,
police, he said. loss. In the first few minutes with. a blazing 4th quarter ProgramA Nets McDuffict boys have bees benefited tary intoxication, sentenced to STARKE, FLORIDA: :
"I don't think governmentin
of play, National GuardJumped I

'Starko will be improved un-" off to a 10-2 lead: ,finally In collected three starts its by first downing victory -- review of the Starke Re- 6-Month Termi Its Inception.The by the program since days a fine In of jail.Mitchell .$27.50 or to five I Thursday & Friday :- Feb 9 &,10

til some changes are made, but the Barbers caught fire Southern Discount 34-27. creation Department activities new charter for Troop Crawford, unlawful ) HOURS 10 A,". TO 6 '..lI.N \ .
Torode said. ) i
and went on to 33-14 half- for the year 1003-68 was ,
was presented by Sims to
The resolution was approved tmle lead. Barbers en-led the This game. whlc.i sawSi'utl1t'rn given by the director, Gene Starke Negro, Albeit Mc- 170 club as the sponsoring speed, sentenced: to a fine ( Extra Charge.( For Groups Up To 1 Persons! -..
Discount leadinguntil : of 27.50 or to five days in
without a dissentingvote, although with four players In Ravburn, at the Duffle was sentenced Tues- Limit One
frame minutes of I monthly organization, and new cards jail Special Per Person Two Per Family:
the closing
State Rep. Gene Shaw' day to six months in the
L Williams was luncheon
double figures! meeting of the given to members of the
abstained. City Councilwoman the 3rd period was tre most county Jail after pleading Willie Banks voluntary
Men pointer with 19. John Bradford County Children'sCommittee. Troop Committee THOMPSON STUDIO of MADISON
Ruby' Johns!, a member of the Williams had 111, Donald ex-ltlnqr Junior Bovs game of I guilty: to resisting arrest In The incharge I intoxication sentenced:! to a .

Chamber board spoke in favorof Fa-con 14, Blllv Anders 11,I the season. The first half) Total partIcipation In the: a preliminary healing before of program John Panders.was I fine of $27SO or to five days
r.n Southern Discount .
the two offices being appointive belonged
and James L. Williams 2. : -
b2ndh; ii:
and urged adoptionof Gene Sumner led National ; .

the resolution. Guard with 12, Charles te Uy the 4th. quarter to-elc-I 1sTAnlfilEo fyo4 ("I"-
Both officials directly hit Howell 6. Wayne Harper 4Crawford kler" Discount held A Whole Houseful Of Furniture Sensationally Priced ( \ '. MODERN TV"RECLINEROUTSTANDING .:.

by the Chamber's resolutionare lead at the end of the
2. 13URNITURE fZ
against it"Everybody's Standings 2,: and Oarden Brown Rest- minutes and a 13-9:: lead atl: a 3 COMPLETE ROOMS OF FURNITURE j j-jf,. \ ; VALUE, :.

objecting to it; 3-1. halftlme In the Sri:! Quarter. .
aurant 4-0 Barber Shop
there's lots of comment," City Winkler' caught up and the z ..
Hampton 1-3 and National g* '" ftadcock's Are Famous For ..
Clerk Merrill Edwards said Guard 04.Schedule. roerlid ended In a 17-17 tie [ ..

lie disapproves of taking away Tn the final :3:I minutes of trw 3 ROOM GROUPINGS ..

the right of the people to : game Blllv Mvrlok hit a hot ..

have
"When In the Hampton 7 p. m. Garden vs Price. Badcack'ewill dr
you get things awav 34-27. Mvrlck war highpoint / .n. Package
hands of a, few it leads to the National GUArd, 8:15.: maker for Winkler "' p arrange termi la 'fit your

wrong: kind of government," Feb. 15-Hampton; vs National with 9, and 7 of them cam I I vi1 '' :,. ?.,,a ,r ; .r. budget.
Edwards : Guard 7 p. m. BarberShop
says. final minutes. of the r
In the
'We have one of the best vs Garden 815.: t ,f ,
i
Howell hit 10 41
I fume Phvmer Buy All 3 Rooms !
forms of city government l
o- ith- Discount
II for -n
,the state if everybody would I StarkeBuilders 9. i rthr
'Wlnlr1pr'< SrorlnarMTrMe: 7titW
abide' by it," the clerk says i UndefeatedIn Keith Pstrav 2. David Kirk- i or Buy't wrN 1Ye,Y4'9l.U.1 .

Police Chief Bill Rosser says SFwlrtle Each Room
)19n" :3. Bnzzv Costello t Y
he is against the proposal as 7k
Powder PuffOn x L
3. Dale
Oraudon ..
the city charter is written now Group
v
.
John rt, Johnnv Powell 3. ",.:: :

appointive though he does chief not of oppose police an in 'Tuesday\ Jar. 31, Southern Discount Scoring 8 Piece LIVINGROOM t VjOTfrJ 'JT fl Separatelyl! ....
Starke Builders' Supplies increased L-J """ ..
: Howell( .0. Jimmy Crosby ., Add an extra aodraem, la your homo ..
every case. I its undefeated recordto :! 2. Jim Temple 6, Mark. with this modern SOFABED GROUP. ; ... .
If there were qualifications 3-0. by defeating Conner I 7. Larry McLeol 2. I Choke of ilx color combination. p ij
Oraucion '
an appointive chief would have Insurance 39-27. I, lnol......, oo

to mee, and job assurance, Sheryl Ward rljped the tfpfT r 8 So'..... whk riaillc Trira!, '+ ? '" "+, ...
[ The Flk team ealne'l! ypC'f Pried tShr.dd.d
service the easyrr
under civil
as or nets for 16 points in the first wlnrxln: I M 1 pad Am, found let place bv S.H'N'dy ,
unless
merit
system, + r
half to lead the Builders' to ...
'01 11 Ine 1oM
in many "
guilty of misconduct, Rosser I the-! 3rd game as SlAOCotktall r
a 23-9 halftime She added: '' NMo I r
tnrts. an easy W-ll! trwm 8
said he would not object. A II
lack of these measures in the 12 more In the second half Inc of Chamber of Commerce e 1 Attractive I.",,. p.,,., .,. :
a
charter for the City of Starke i to finish the name vlth 28. After the 1 1st quarter .'I' (METAL'ARM. 't foam. s.ot.Foam No-tag Pillow Construction.Bach 3" $3995; :
Mary Dees and Carol Reddish 11 Piece BEDROOM GROUP :,
would allow a chief to be appointed -I whlrh found the Cnmmerr'team i iI CHAIRS Foam. on Arm. and '00'''.', All .
or fired on the whimof i added 4 points each and down:! B-7, it was allover rrk.dS.parar.ly' Modern Bedroom Suite, shaded lnl! .h, 4xw +f xyyi'"_ > +. ever left" touch Plattlc C.v. TV $i 00 DOWN

the mayor and council, he I I.aid. i, Beth Mixon had 3. Susan I, as the Elks completely I $995 dovetailed. drow.rt, tilting wood frame +. : 4T Machanlfm. Coral, Black,. GeW. :

Scogglns was high for Conner took charge end walked off mirror baked-en ploillclied lap. tarnlthpraaf Tirca. S
(I
and Jan ..cl) 1 hardware.. ,
The proposal to make the with 19 points with the ame Rower Kelly Includew STURDY HEAVY[ (GAUGE :

jobs appointive was presentedfor Ritch had: 8, paced! the Elks with 15 ..
3 Piece Bedroom Suit. C ChejnilU Bedspread l h-r..
j discussion 'by the 1966 executive points David Lasslter had 8 Steel Cabinets & Wardrobes :

1 committee of the On Friday afternoon, Feb. for the losers. Matching Box Springs .2 Foam Pillows I+fem! ; w r ..

Chamber. 3, Holiday Inn moved to 2nd Elks Scoring: Kelly 15. Inner-spring Mattress 2 Boudoir Lamps S.pewi.iy I pO. % rty fy $1 DOWN DELIVERS YOUR! CHOICE :

Another proposal to Increase place by taking a thrl.ler; 21- Billy Hugglns 10, Robby ., .

the terms of office of city 19 from William's Jewelry.I Barksdale 6, Tim Thompson 3'x5' Throw Rug 1 ,, -

councilmen to four years, instead I! Both teams had 1 and: 1 record 4. Dean Johns 2, Billy Me- J. t1fr m.: n :

of the present two, was going into the game and I Rae 2.Commerce. i V" 5 Piece DINETTE SET' IT., I' -----.---.... ...
discussed by the Chamber's Pitch wanted the. victory to Da.vHLasslter tf fD"11. .1 ..

Board but was tabled when gain 2nd place. Williams hal 8 BenJv Scoring Moxley: 4. ..e.u,.nN,1.dwbl.. ....d .e.d ..."....+b.rr,...Ne. .T.W. i ,,, j ..i A ,1 .' =:.t I'' ..
I.e...., bl .,4 vex.-, m er i I ..
directors. productive lit!' and 4th .1 N Vrh.xynlhN.IM.CM. ... T ++ '
several k
opposed by very Lamar Norman 5. .MI.,. J.l'; r i ,: 4 ..
Mrs Johns, a veteran member quarters but Holiday: came Standing Register, S;: ., "ot'i
lea true : : ,.
of the council also sup- through In the 2nd and 3rd 30Elks: 3-0: Wlnkler, 1-2: i ¶refy I -..,.,,- -=:::;;.. t.. "... ., -=--.
=
a.
ported this proposal. A councilman periods. Williams went out in --
Southern Discount 1-3: 51 11L3
could spend more time front S-2 at the Td of quar- CnnmbT of Commerce 03. $35 X i? 11--I 1

on city business and less time ter No 1, but Holiday Inn Schedule: Th Junior Boys! '"

politicking she said. came back in the 2n t period:! for Hfe >. lli '
schedule was arranged %ii> : j
A third resolution propos- to outscore their opponents : ,
frame this week to be played: DOWN .
ing a nine-man Government 8 to 4 and took a 10-9 lead to I I \
on FrIday night but due 4. A WEEK
Study Commission was passedby at halftlme. In the 3r<5 per- the Tornadoes playlnj in the 1 I 1

the Board. Special legislation iod, the winners Increased

setting up such a Com their lead to 16-0, In the Conference Tourney in Lake I,
'I
mission was first proposed in final perIod Williams almost City Saturday, :!games morning will },,e Feb.played 11. FREEi \\ L \

1865 !by the Chamber. pulled It out of the fire with 11 A. M.-Register OH v* 16 PC. Stt of I''i' :, 'r-: '

The commission would "be a 9 big points to the Inns' 5.1 Elks Lodge. Dlshoi I -. r l-l I I
watchdog of government on The final minutes of the
Electricvs "'42" X SHELF :
12 Noon- Winkler with each, WARDROBE, rill ;
the local level. It would seek game were thrill packed as 2".21".72"
Chamber of Commerce.
means to Improve local governmental the score was tied, but the I 3RoomGroup Sc...,. ..N...... ... 0;; ,
functions and study Innkeepers sank the last basket r 'S" L/e.firTINO w'4.h' h....... .... $ 5 a
i ad 4 99 "J
/b Mful dlrMr INCWD1al ...h ..4 hr I. h -
where they overlap with seconds remainingto ila Taylor with 7, paced their s.p.rat.iy Compare at $$39.95 w..d5WYI
In other action, the Chamber earn the win. Evelyn SIn- team to victory. Sharon' pnnd

Board: clair with 8 point ant She- Howell was high scorer cf CARLOAD BALE

the game with 10 for Williams. '


Edison's Prophecy Has Become A Fact Holiday. Inn scoring: Jane:I Bunk Bed_ Outfits I

Crosbv 4, S Tavlor 7. E, Sinclair COUBU DOORs
Thomas A. Edison whose birthday we celebrate INCLUDES s :
8. Ruth Crosby 2 30" UTILITY
on Feb. 11th had this to say regarding/ health : 'f Williams Jewelry 1IC0r'n' : 2BadeJaUrn ti tit M". .IS''.....*.*

ir'Z,
"The Doctor of the future will give no medicine, Sharon Howell 10. Pam 2'/t"' Wood Posts" 2 2 Santos.InnonlH'lnl' 1

but will Interest his patients in the care of the Perry 9. Sturdy-Iulh MdM_oo 34" WARDROIt

and the and prevention of &h"dule: Feb. 9 -Connervs 1 r Maple Finish award tall Jo".1t..U"
human frame cause Williams, 4 p. m. Feb. 14
,I' -, 8 PC. GROUP LHGor -"'.-.....:"'"
disease. -Williams vs BuUers:! Supplies '.' wldeh. ...1..d..d. r

his 4 p. m.LIBRARY. : "' ....N. .....__ i J2
has .
The Chiropractic profession proven .c. |3.00 Down $9995A kh. : i1'.r !

prophecy true. Countless thousands are daily restoredto NEWSThe .4, Delivers I .:

health )by' proper alignment of the body framework 1'' $2 WEEK $2995 ,

and the resultant release of nerve' pressure Starke-Bradforl County oruc ,,.

will be host DOWN wawa rt ,
Library Board
'
Phone your Chiropractor: for an appointment'today. at the quarterly meeting of ,5 I -

It's already later than you think. Boardon .
the Santa Fe Region D.we

Published all a public service by the February 12, at the Pub-Any'' S. BADCOCK FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES ASSOC LATE STORE111ynsDAY MST,11iKE

lio Library at 3 p. m, '
I N. E. Fla. Chiropractic Assn. Interested persona may atUoO. -'! 128 S. WALNUT ST.PHONE: 061-5289 Owned and Operated by Herman Will!* FIARIQA:
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six nn\nronn tmmrrr< TTCLFORAPH.!: MTARKD. ,
FLORIDA THURSDAY. FEB. A. 1967


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Gas TruckMenances .T Recent Births FRED. O. DICKINSON: .1It.l all fixture's now or huroafter THOMAS A 1'1 mncJ line to (Ihr ,'u-miilnlnt on the once each weak for four amiHe -
Jn vtlinlnlHtiatoi. attached to 01 uHnd In 11111nwtlon 20J-B Noilll, '1'omplr AMIHtnrk rialntirfn'' Attorney Honorable' u live w..k.n\ the UltAU>.
:! !-i I :3i\, J HIIV with the prrmlneii hBrf- *. KlorklnKIIHt |L<*x Oicmi, "Htalke' Florida and FORD OIJNTY( TBl KORAF'll
Mr. and Mrs Jimmy Hnzen In dncrlbnd" and 'In addition pwhllfntlon on fr..h-l rlli' Hie, ciilirlnal In I the' orrici Uniul" thi.. nth iiny m< I.'..l b
Town announce the birth of a son 1: TUB/ C'lltc't'lT' COI'TIT IN Illrrnto'' tll'.. follownit. lli'Bi"i'lUKilhrmflpholti runry U, 1967. of thv clerk. "i.r UKciiiult, coney 198CIIAItLEA'
s AND FOIL' ItltAnKOItl t'OI'N- *p|>llanc en, whichri a,9 tt 1-2 ..'"nr( mi ur tn-fii"] ,. th. nth day A. DARBY
lames Emanuel Hazen Jr., Feb. 'I'\. PM>'KH1A. IN niANCKHY: ': and shall 10M dewmxl. to or .Murc.li. 111(17.( ; .otherwliir' (healloBiitlniiH Clerk of the < Continued From Page One I Itf 1 6 in Alachua General Hospital.[ No. I I:1: -?9M1 OlvlMlonCAMHUIIXin be, fixtures and a |port of tv: COUNTY jrnciK-s (COURT of galA Complaint Uelllnd M Moody
S-VVINUS! HANK thvi .realty. will l>e tuken aa. onfemieU by Deputy Clerk
I Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. : IV t: AND:; 'OH BRADFORD
,,
.. highway 301 was rerouted a ooiparatlon" 10" Klttttvn exhititut fun COUNTY. PIX1RIDA you: I (are A i.)
V V. Hazen of Starke and
I'lnlntlff.jusmpit Colemnn ll.IIOOU.rU *|inceWITNKMS 'I'llIn notUt Khali be puhllBhad 2-11 H:1
i iI In r.: Entnte of :\ :
and
around the intersection
.
I Mr and Mrs. 1!:. W. Mllllcan va. heater H:. W \VHIlUHKj\n iloconKKdNOTICH ,
along Call) and Walnut Streets of Gainesville. ; w. AN II mnvS, in my hand. and the 0V Pit OH 11'H
zeal uf nnld Court at Htnrku, -
the "old" SOI used to elIx., *t al, TO AL.I PIIHSONS, IVTIRESTKIJ -
$pre) -!
r..I". hiSo.FlC'.a Klorldn, thin 8tli day o-f Fvbiimry :I _
: IV THH HHTATKOK
fUJI I A. 1 U Ittil?.
Bradford County Hospital HAII> DPCRTlR.VT: :
op MI IT :
(Neal, of HIM l'I'ult Courtharlxa )
'Chief Puqua an eye-witneea the births TIIJWI'A1'P) You are hereby: notified that
I announces following : OF PIJDRIDATO ( A Darhy Announcing
ti the accident said! the truck Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Norman ) : .'KlHlifll W. ANUUF.WS: floru of the. Circuit Court a wrlttfii. Inntrunifint. puipnrInu .
In lie the lam will mitt
about 20 III pod NINA O ANORMWH My Iieulnli M. Moody
turned the corner at .
Luwtey a son Samuel hln war, Deputy Clerk tentamont" nf nuld Decedent Hanlionn OPENING OF NEW
trtph.' I hoodoo Feb. 3. ill fea<'h NtrextCambrdxx 2-9 It 3-2 admitted, to probate In
Virgil Thomas, 40 of Jacksonville thiN rnurt. Von art hereby
Mr and Mrs Billy Parrl8h.I pnninianded within Blx ntlenilur -
driver of the truck I I I I Feb. 7 JlIu.aeh\lM..I" 0311''! mon L h.. from the date o-r Plumbing and Repair Shop
viaa tined $52.b0 In Maror'sOourt Starke. a daughter You are horehv noilflml that IN COUNTV JUrxIKS C'OURT.IN the rimt putillcatlim! of ihlxnotlte I
; AM KOH HHAO"'ORUCOl'fY.
I Mr. and Mrs Ronnie Cason a null haH boon fund ugaimlyon t<> appear In thin court"
Tuesday night on charge I i Starke a daughter Feb. 7.KVAt,1N In the shove entitledc'uiine. : / .KIX1RIDA and Hhnw catiHw. If any ynu
In Kfltnt nfSt. TO YOUR DOOR
of failure to have .Jiln vehicle '" -.; I rminlrod., and. thai to rile you. am hereby \VHirKllKAD.rn: dxrxxxed.aoTlcN ... ran. why the nrtlon of thlHrnurt .
your annwcr -
In udtrl It mild will
liiit
under control and causing 'i r MIM>ON IIVII.EY with the. Clerk! of IhlH : '.'11 euFnrronxAll : to prohiit, Mliniild not flundnnrevoUed
.
an accident .(Court',,.......<' and upo-ii to the serve plaintiff. a ropy M: editors w. Whlttthead.of .. the deona exluleof ..*d. UNITED PLUMBING i INC.
I' or Thernn A. Ynwn
"e Thomas had filled the trail "k+' RItoy Friends will regret to learn plalntlff'a attorneya, wlumvIIUIIIK are hereby notified and! i Hiiiriil COUNTY juntinFlmt

er with the heating fuel at of the death of Mrs. Evelyn and. aililrvxK In .Mac beanItiiKMclilIx <| tu whit ills .any olalina haw urdttmanda pnlillcHtlon on I''x b. 'I11D7 Harry H. Goodwin 1'""*. l'
:Crocker and was on his way taddon Bailey a une-timn resident l- .and .Halliard, 1000) aval.not auld tatatu they In may thll of- .
Atlantic Const Unx llulldlnirJaoksonvllle .
to Jacksonville When' the accl- Iturnham of Stal'ke.1S the result Fim'Idu. M20t flee fif the m..UI county jutlife of J-ft 41 3-2 New Construction I ; ,


owned by Fallln and Magnolia New Manager At Carp'sHoy her home In Camilla Ga last If ynu.oonffHH full to ivlll do U HO.> entvredawalnat drrrnepro ronrthoUMB wlthln I Hlx at uilendur. Ktarke, uumthafrom Kloalflu :\OTKH CIRCUIT '.'0 DI+:KKMIV :It llAn Sewer amt fi',
fDl'IlT -
at Jacksonville."Pollre week. She was the daughter. of :you for the. "rnllef doinnndvil .- th, date. of the ftrnt VubIlmltlun ('HUNT'IIItIP"
KOHH Sink Machine
Cleaning:
I of till* no4lex. Lxchclulm ;
In tlin ,
first tried to transfer natnerf Brewton. Alu., l Ix. the newmlumger Rowland[ of Orlando uompliitni. i or demand ,must t bn i In IN OIIANCKItYfn
Burtihum a The
the nature ur Hiild Mull bring; .... No I :I-74H' Drulnllne {CleaningServing; r
into another trailer Among her survivors! tti
gas arc for the form .Itimire. inort- writ I UK 1 and nniHt xlate
Store In Slurke, unrrMdlngCurl of u MARY rUTtV Ny1FGtiISIiI'lulntlff
'Wit the effort failed and a of Carp's Department three Elstets Mrs. L.ula JIozo Knit. ..nt'lImh..rlnlJ the follow- I plane ur rualAxnun l rod punt f Starke and

crane was brought here fromGainesville Il...iley. who was truimfernsl Ie, Wayn..bo"11": "i. lunt and Mrs.[ Sue RolllnH, both of In.d"H.lb"d. Kour, real ItlopK 1 propertyI.o.t .'nllr.HAItATOI :, ,''an.off.leu niiiNt addrHMH b*.. aw..rn1 of the >ilulinant.by thnrial vx.UWEN. KeyMtonw 1I..lght.r..... u + ,
CnWAIlD SMELSHRNf ;
werk.Iturnliuin. Jacksonville, end Mrs KIte! ),\ II I Id I 10 II/ T H. man t. hi a utftmt. ur |IH! O..r."oI..nl,

-" The filled trailer which bur bwn with the Ctirp's Orpnl.EllllolI| for five, Mr. and Mrs.' M R LUIdon lrnlt l Twtt) infrordlntf, to ullurnny rordlntr or" It to will law.hiin.uiy bmointtviiItl : >TICn TO APPEARTu PHONE 473-4416
.
pint tlteri'iif rmurdvd In .
weighed about 60,000 pounds and :MuyMlitrtte early texidentH of Statke' and JO, 111111.! : Owen f'riward: Hm lnerYIII
jnur, mid hex nian* 'IU'' turned upright about, 7:30: to Starke. lie III l murrl l t 0 the lived here many years ago imlillc' record of Uriidfold -x-,\. II \Vhltvhfud. a HUlt for Mlvniie bun bran l
Ala before romlnR
,,
.
County, lorlilnTnirelhxr x f. II WhfttthttiKi l
p.nu fcy the crane and a r fllttil. aKalnHt you hi tin uhovi. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
former Mary Ann Johns IIf I re.. "to-Nanrutorn< of .tinpMtat named, Court and atiav. and 1 1I''U
wrecker driven by Starke'snjswly DAY OF 1 TKAYKIl and undhereaftei : of 8V.
liupi ovpineiitM now are. rnriulrHil, ,in HIM,'ve. ..
named Mayor Carl age S. 2 12. and 1. on Hiild. ... land. ; ..uulr1AeNIFIFD .. Whitehead, rice ropy: of your ariHwer 01 pleatl. I -
Hurst World Day of Prayer will ,

be held FMday Feb Id at 10
The fuel was then transferred -

f to another trailer and a. m. in St. Mark's Episcopal HASTINGS MATTRESS CARL BEGGS INSURANCE' BE SURE TO SEE!: WORLb
Fairbanks Church. The public is invited
the damaged trailer was MorseAppsrentLowBidder
AT REDUCED KATES BOOK before buying any
: All & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
to attend.t'fiuMly. I .
moved from the city on a lowboy II.t I K" Gulf ServiceUSED BOAT
710 l. mon St. Palutkn AUTO FIRE taller\ encyclopedia. -. .*!. *
trailer The trailer was fa in word 'I.IHI I PARTS DOYLE E. CONNER. Payne your local representative
I..p -- Furniture Repaired
parked for the night outside New Generator
On City's Top Price fur Wrexkml+ Corn: INSURANCE AGENCY since 1MO. Box 6M.:
the city off U. S. 301 near I I. JulitM 4'ourl. IB : .-A. word <.".. IM1.Yt Upholstered & Reflnished
Uch: Phone 964-6560.:\ tfchgMyers
24 Hour Wrecker Service
Aad .
F'ar Ilradlord Cuiiuty. ,
Florida Highway Patrol head Warn eknrgxf. nllt MATTRESSES REBUILT
lurliln.
quarters. Fairbanks-Morse Co was the eel were turned over to Don In r..: FHtatn: ,. nf Hella. fort. salt In M4tvH. .e. -..:.aaN New Innersprings! ..Fuel Oil ... I I

a When the trailer turned over apparent low bidder at $207.- Tluckman of Reynold, Smith er- demaHedMirifi] 'ID. rmopnoKS ..:"0"'.U.H. "O..IO'll1l: I' and Box Springs AAA 8 Si II Grewn" Stamp Power Tool

lj caused damages estimatedat 064 as the Starke City Council and l llllla<<, the city's engineers! All credltorn of thi ftHtata. nf I U reu4 yet word Drop L's; A Card or Call Hwy. SOl N. Waldo MARYCARTER
$4OOO to a Gulf Service station opened bidn Tuesday night for evaluation and recominendatlonu. Della Porter. riHceauud, are I I 468-1908 Area Headquarters For
('A HI) Of 'fll'"K' .
at the Intersection.Starke'a I on an engine-generator set tor I .liei any notified! and rmiulrHi. nil ..0.... n. lr.f a9.Ml. PALATJKA, EA 3-9168 Lawiunowera Powe': TowttMvCulloch
to file any clalmi or demandH Bach: word IMYOUK _..IHI MRS. I-EGGY SMALLER Chain 8awPuinp .
ovo
eight -JDan police Ruck said later he was
expansion of the municipal man which they may have oll"ln..1aall1
department and fire department plantHowever favorably ImpiesHed with the eBtuttt In the uffict uf the 209 E. Adkliw St. WANTED Waitresses 1 apply 1 M( Water. Sy.tem

and state troupers were power all five b'da' jecelv- range of the bids, and that they county County, Kliinua,judge. of in thi Ftraitfuru luuri BEST BARGAIN. I Stark Acent In person. Lee's Restaurant Brlggi & Stratton Knglne
the accident site end Drive In. tfcnj; Rental; Se! Servlaa
at through came within 'the amount ten. hove at "' 11t1'lte. Florida. withIn
ojit the Incident. for the ilx calendar. month fronI ADULT EDUCATION oltuaes. 230 NE. Iflth AvaGaklervllle
budgeted
tatlvely
the I data. of the fleet puhllca. Join now Elementary, and NEW; FURNISHED PAINTS
side Elementary and appointed $650.000 project. tlon of thin notlca Kai: 'h claim' I Five lots for sale In Lake 376-3411

Mrs. Gwen Moxley as Interim He Raid he was also pleased or demand. / inunt be In wrttlns Secondary Phone 964-6091 ONE BEDROOM Geneva Area Call 964-5580 tfcn.
Sewers Pose and the plaro. tf
must Btata or days: 964-6800 evenings
replacement /with the comparatively early i realdenfw and pout offlrt sAd -' II after 4 p. m. Complete Lint
Accepted: bids on the razing delivery duten. promised by the rani of the claimant: and roust APARTMENTS 2tchg 219 "IT'S NEWER TOO LATE TO
School Problem of the old (Hellbronn school factorIn be sworn toby the nlulinunthla I of
suppliers, an time Is a agent ur big .attorney. .. LEARN" Register now. Adult
rt* bulldlng. The lowest was submitted the plant expansion pro It will buponie. void aiuoldlni I Nation Wide NKXT TO BUS!' Announcing opening of new Education classes. Elementaryand
by Jackson Building to law plumbing. firm in Keystone

(Continued from Pone One! 'Supply at $749. The bids were gram.In that connection he sold' January :It II., 1967OICMUII' HIRHCn. Paint Factory Elect. Heat and Air Cond. Heights! New plumbing and Paintsand Secondary 964-6800. Phone evenings 964-tf
6091 day:
tabled for further study. that If all goes well construction Qftorgp. H ft*'ri'e, liPHldrn. 311 N. Temple Ave. repairs to your door electric
Ltlgh.r -Accepted the high bid oft I of an addition to the Agent of ;.Myrtle Urandl Minlnnln 185.00 Pep Month sewer and sink cleaning:

Approved maternity leave/ Birney JVHRae of $112 for a,, power plant may be started! : tate uf, Delia Executrix Purler of d".a..d the. K:* nel:'. $1.99 Gal Value drain ]line cleaning Harry H.GoodwkT NOTICE

(or ,Mrs. Johnnie EIHn, South-' surplus 1958 sedan. this fall after the summer peak Flmt publication Januui 3 Gal. FOK: $5.00 Call II owner. and president S

I --Appointed board member load Is over with. 19. I IHriT. Ill1)) U t\\' MR. MASONcare Phone 473-44-16. Rt 1 Box SuppliesFor !| Change of Aildreiw

r, Seeber Goodman to nerve as In other actions the council leg. $2.99 { al. Value 290, Keystone Heights ttchg
-...-.............1 board I RHOnEN'sBOOKKEEPING
Hen terWORLD'S :i4l II representative on the : O'rU'1 ttV1HV. : OF .'F.It. 4 Gal. For $10.00 of Ernest Tew WANTED to rent 2 or 3 All Purposes ; : AND TAX
Bradford Economic Agency as Welcomed, new councilman !lo"* .\rri':,tuixi 1'0 ,niOVXNKHM
!l'' for : .>!. .tlltMMtMlI'llOHI'll I bedroom house unfurnished In SERVICEnow
LARGEST a replacement Rodney Merritt H. Williams, who was Realty, Inc

........CAUIO usiiuiu eonp .t S Hall. sworn In ''by City Clerk Merrill i'urnuant tn Hectlon"I"% 'II ofI'hapier Re?. $3.99 Cal. Value I or clou: to Starke. Must be located at 118 8. Court

Call (AGENT NAME) '.I i Approved the article of Edwards. I 11 t, Florida Htiitutxnentltlod 4 Gal. For $12.00UNDERWATER I Gainesville Ph. 376-6461 clean and reasonable! Ph. ZIPPERS Street tat door' hwrk of
w.h. Aa.a'Mwl 1, Florida. UMpoHlilun/ u 984-5310. Up
pan lw1eAL Incorporation of Youth Association resolution of
= I Adopted a 1'11 '1..1".01 Property .11"1". nut KolM Drug. Phone 964-6SA7.
AGENT PHONE < 2906 N. W. 13th St. I
...wswASr. ., an organization of tribute to the late Randal Chilly Ire IH b.r."yIv.n. tlat: thepermmH tf hg
.....-.--.-_.__. ? parents who supervise the extracurricular tor his contributions an llHtud below.. appear t II 'MALE &: FEMALE' --ASSKMBLiT ) 7 & 10 In lOc

activities of of the city and ,ordered I the owners of unclaimedpernonal I ''and TESrTS lopenlngsi
.
mayor .
id IntanKllile priipert I 14 In 15c
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MERRITTWILLIAMS I students. that a plaque be presented to presumed. abanduneil. 01ftt-- WEED CUTTING Basic electronics or electricity USED VACUUM cleaners re '

-Voted to call for bids on his widow in acknowledgment OUO.I Ijantey{ Kuey l.euiiK'h'la : bra ilOMDiluoJUyonfl li ,
furnishings for the new physical of that service All... lind/ur:: ; MIM.. \\!. II, All Types ONE STOP or" similar work will be name brands to choose from.

f 117 N, Walnut St. education building' at Bradford --Accepted an audit reportby I'J Hox 74t Htaikn, FI".; II0101lllllH i I considered. Starting rate will Parts &: excellent repairs all
Mludn. .. \lrH. W. HInformnitlon MARIUED COUPLES WANT.
Excellent
/ depend on qualifications
Phone 961-5391 High. JDandelake and Co covering oncernlnir thvutm.itnr Bulldozer & makes. KIRBY SALES A
the period ending last Oct. nf .I..rln.lnn, nf the MASONRYMATERIALS benefits and working ED for cottage parent work 712 N. Gainesville
'-' ,, SERVICE Main
. ''I and a complete financial j property: ; ;; and; 'tii'-'n'nm; and, Drag Line WorkJ. I conditions Dally Interviews 8 coupleR start at $-443 per mo.
376-7110. tfchjfThe
I addreMN or the holder, may be education C 21 )
Minimum age
a.m to 4 SPERRY Electronics
statement prepared by Edwards obtained, tiv POMMKimlnir pm.
any pern'mw
1 for .the past four months.t The I an Interext In the pr"pet C. Gardner Tube Division SPERRY plus. 5 day week. In general 8

FISIIING CON'rES11Register I reports were not read or" dls- 'tY by addreHHlnv" .annylulry/ PHONE 964-7720 I RAND Corp., Gainesville, Fla. married couples work same
,'
lu Frud O Uluklnxon I | Ji" Ntxtcy'
cursed but were taken by the ( ."mnlroller, HH. AdntlnlYtratur' Ready Mix Concrete Concrete An equal opportunity employer. shift Qualified single persons Rancher
I council for study and levlewAppioved Abandoned. Properly IHvlnlimtut KNAPP SHOE COUNSELOR I Stabs 2-23 also accepted. If interested apply i ,
of _' ., 'Ililtiilian\' *e. Florida\. for this area' Is E M, Norton, Block. Sttnd. R C'k. In person Personnel Office
the request inentl'ip, u, ,Hint I Inc.Western.
I fie Mire t''" Cement, Mortar, Steel, Oyster -
EMwiirda that he attend a short number name and ...ddr".., apubllHhed Ph. 533-2081 or write Rt. 1. Umerork RnotCaravel FOR SALE 1955 Chevroletcar Sunland Training Center I IGalneavUi.
I Shell
In thlM notlLu. rnleas : Rex 334. Statke. FU. 32091. ... 4tchg 3-2
course at the University of proof of owiieiahlp' IBprvHented Precast. Lintels and good condition $200. Hen 0 Wear
to
Work Shoe Sale Jan. 15
Now Florida on municipal affairs. to the luMdei by I Window Sills. Everything ry Hodges 'Morgan Road. lip THE RIGHT POINT for the
Councilman April aGo I'1ST! I the "r..p.| '" 31. 3tfhg 219
-Heard report by O Guns
I for Mawonry ICon..tnlC'ton.ANNOUNCING write. Come In
the
will be delivered to the AilnilnlHtrntdi FOR SALK 18 way yea
-- qt. Westlng-
Thru Labor Jimmy McRae on meet Theieafter.' all FOR RENT Furnished efficiency and select your favorite. ES- Livestock
Day
house Electric Cooker & Timer
O
ing; Tuesday v.Ith the Bradford farther lullllN. nnlNl! he, dl-
aoartment with bed- TERBROOK fountain
pen.
County School Board on pro. rei'teil ti thii" AdmlnlHtnitiir $20 Phone 9(14-7421. lip
room Renner Apts Phone TELEGRAPH Supplies
He qualified to enter your viding sewer service to the projected ,- I 964-6279 tfclll I A New FOR SALE Used 2x6 8 &

Voca.-Tech. Training' 10 ft. thousand. THE RIGHT POINT for the Saddlery
long $25 per O
fish prior to catching: it. Center.' He said he outlinedthe FOR SALE: .2 bedroom house Ready Mix Plant the write. Come In
Phone Jacksonville FT 44921 way you
city's position on the project 12 Wides. lot In Hampton or" will move 'I
:
You will not be eligible II III atKeystone 2tchg 2118 and Helect your favorite ES-!! FREELAND BROWN
.
and that the next step to any other area. Priced for I TERBROOK fountain pen. Manager

after fish in caught: will be up to the school 'board. Custom Made quick sale. Phone Gainesville i' HeightsFor VALENTINE OUTS FOR TELEGRAPH

with Edwards thata 3784227. 2-8 .
-Agreed 2tp eieryone diamond, HU.SM 6th Street
I
pnrt-payment of $5,000 by an I For Florida Living Better Service To rings watrltm at WilllaniMvelry. NEW MOBILE homes, Chlck-

Insurance company on an 818,- fiet More That Area. J \ .. Itc-hK aaha 20' &: 24' wide, Buddy Near Livestock Market

So Register Now 392 loss due to a fire at the YOU! George E. LaRue Clemnon Layton Travel Trailers

power plant should not be accepted For Your $ $ We Will Not Be EMPLOYMENTForeman\ : on Liberty Taylor Azalea Gainesville 376-4593
I IN VRANCEOENOV small ranch. New CB house
until the matter Is explored Undersold
sell trade. Year. bank financing
buy
PRIZES FOR LARGEST No Whom Medicare. ,
1 further. Salaried or Commissioned Stops furnished. Must be capable of
Ti aller Mal.t.Inc.
Buckeye FOR RENT Larce one
START!
UK
I
-Replied to an Inquiry on Employees cattle management and have 8078 Roosevelt Blvd.
BLACK BASS bedroom furnished apartment -
I.inv Cant Medicare Plus Bradford
knowledge of farm machinery.
of contract on a
the letting a 204-2131.
Park tft.hgNO.
Orange Phone
Renner Apts.
DAD Probation As Low An ,
garbage truck that the matter & IlRAD.LARSEN A good opportunity for the

1st 25.00 Trade in Fishing Tackle 'I Is still being considered, and LIKE TO WORK $68 A Year right person. Phone Melrose, 470 964-6279_tfchg

that the bidders will be notified Auto Kirn llonin Owners EngineeringCo. Fla. 47 -5561 for Interview. 15 acres of rich good .land 11 FOR SALE -2 bedroom CB

2nd-$15.00 Trade in Fishing Tackle of the outcome. YOU Benefit! Krvotone Life Heights A Accident. 473-4692 3tchg 2-23 acres tillable vegetable crops, house. Large Florida room.

Accepted without comment I fenced 78 Pecan trees varIety Small equity and take up

ENTER NOW the report by Edwards that I, All Sizes I II ILACY CONWAY fruit trees. 'i aero lawn, 'Ttavmenta $65 00 per mo.
puma city departments: are :I jn Display OOOD PANO.OLA OR.463hay'I FLYING SERVICE beautiful view over lookingtree Day Phone 964-3246 -- night
the' 8-10-12 Wide for sale, $28 ton at barn. Call FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Airplane
already overdrawn on I farm from 6 rm FarmHome. 964-5343 4tch? 216;
PRIZE FOR LARGEST amounts budgeted for their l2< Bath! Clyde Bradley 9646254.Ztchg. Phone Starke cantata Greyhound Bus
.
2 Bdrms bath gas
operatlona I I and Expandablea 2H6 964-5403 Charter. Keep your party together
SPECKLED PERCH I charter a boa Phone heat 2 porches Plus, tractor SINGER DJAL--o- AIATIC -

., I FOR SALE -1963 Chevrolet 964-6090. tfchg shed and hen house Very Console Model Sewing Machine ,

$15.00 Trade in Fishing Tackle Sibley Hearing i New and Used truck 2 ton 16 ft. stake body. Keystone Ready Good Value Here 12.00O.. Must place In your I

Call Donald Blade, 468-1804. Mix WOULD YOU BELIEVE terms. area. A-l shape Zlz ZO,'. I

'I ENTER NOW 8Yr. financing available ltchg 473-4285 ONLY }109.60 for world's NO. SOI STARKE: "..500 makes buttonholes fancy designs f

Set FridayA I smallest electric adding machine Yes $14.500 buys 38 Indus sews on buttons, appli ,

II Use HAY' FOR! SALE and Pens Keystone in handsome carrying trial zoned acres In city limits goes monogram, etc. Sold
Our Renlal Purchase
I
preliminary hearing Into cola grass seed. Wade Gas- case. Adds, subtracts, multi City sewers. electricity new over 300. MUST SAC- '

SPECIAL THIS! WEEK statutory rape charges against I : Plan-Payments I klns. 964- 130. tfchg GROCERY STORE with llvIns plies. Totals up to 99999999. water, gas paved Udewalks RIFICE. Just pay balance i

a former Starke police ser I Under $50 Per Month BIG DAD needs 1 mechanicor quarters. Stock and fixtures Has credit balance. Terms If Perfect for developer Ideal $62 or assume $8 monthly

geant iMack Lane Sibley la mechanic, trainee and 1 of J3.CKO.() Building for sale desired. See it now! Bradford tor factory etc. You know payments. Will take older

Mitchell 400 scheduled Friday at 2 p.m. before flee employee Apply ..t the or rent. Good term Williams. County Telegraph. tf chg what rise ONLY 1-4 down machine In trade. CaU Credit

Spinning Reel $1995 County Judge T. A. Yawn. NOW.' I office or call 964-7790 after Grocery Hampton. 4tp 2-23 PRACTICAL NURSE and STROUT REALTY Manager COLLECT Jacksonville -

The hearing will determine 8 p.m. Itch"*, FOR' SALE Console 21" Housekeeper needs work. 3117 N. Temple Ave. Starke. 353-1946. any time.
. With 2 Spools if there is sufficient for 964-6609. Free Local
cause TV. Good running condition. Ruth Rossi General Delivery, Fla. ((904)) Will deliver. No obligation.

the charges placed against the Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE I EUNICE NURSERY $50 cash Call 944-3583! Itchg Starke Fla. Itp 1 List 4tchg 2H6'
. defendant. A warrant chargeR Pecan Fruit Citrus trees and

We Carry A Complete Line Of that Sibley committed the of- Ornamental shrubs- Aza'eaa' 'HAY FOR SALE Will de- LITTLE PRINCESS Diamond REPOSSESSED Baldwin FOR SALE!-3 bedroom house

fame on or about last Octo Full Lake Privileges lOc up. Camellias 75c.: Bare liver. Phone 96.!-8742. 2tchg 2-9 Kings for only $9.03 at UllUIIIIIH Piano. Also repossessed Organ In Saratoga Heights. Equity

" ber 23 with an unmarried female i root and container. grown. Pe Jewelry. Itrhg Lipham Music Co.. and take up payments. Phone
FISHING TACKLEr under the age of 18, who Homestead! Exempt- tools 79o doz. 2 miles Northof I FOR. RENT-One and 2 be1. Gainesville Shopping Ctr. 110 9845044. tfchz

was of previous chaste character. Financing I Lawtey on 301. Turn west room, apartments furnished 0: FOR SALE Corner lot of S W. I0th Ave. 4tchg 223:

at sign Phone 782-3463. unfurnished. Reasonable. W. land with two 'buildings ont NELL'S STYLE SHOP (Hi way

Sibley rubmltted his resigna Lake Geneva 4tchg 3-2 H. NoUman 510 N. Cherry St.tfchT. If Interested call 964-5673 FOR RENT 3 bedroom furnished :21, Melrose) is proud to announce

: 1 tion to Police Chief Bill Ros- or can be seen at corner of house for year roundon that Mary Hersey I.l

'STARKE BUILDERS ser on Monday Jan. 30, short- FOR SALE Mercury: Station Church and Jackson St. Kingsley Lake. See Mrs. now working with u>, and will

ly after a warrant was Issued '' Trailer Sales Wagon 1937 4 Dr. Heater CF.NTRA1.Eb1PL0Yb1ENT9ERVICE. 2tp 2-16 Rosenberg: at store or call welcome her frieada to coma
radio air blowers, perfect running
by the Bradford County Judge's 533-2561. Itchgr in and, visit 4tchg 2-29
condition tires FOR RENT -- Furnished 1
I good new 118 S. COURT

SUPPLIES INC. office. OB Route 100. One Mile SK; battery $173 Also, International Looking fur a Job T I3o we bedroom cottage. Large kitchen WORLD'S SMALLEST electric] TAX Returns prepared. 13

Keystone llelfhts half ton pickup truck have your application &: new and living room, tile bath. ad ling machine: adds, subtracts years experience. Call for ap
the Open Sun. & Evenings perfect condition. $273. Itchg plione number f It not contactour Redecorated Inside. Nice for
At S. A. L. Phone 961-4201! A _. : multiplies; has credit polntm nt. Mm. Donald Mar.
_- Depot. I r.IMPH brine rennlM. j I j Apply Rt. 301, 2 miles south offl" MOII. couple. Call 984377.. 633 balance Only $109.SO Bradford tin,, Rt. 1 Box 292, Starke. Ph.

I of WaBdo. Ph. Waldo 468-1826. 964-6SA7 McMahon' St. tfchg II. County Telegraph ttS' 964-6573 2'lAGE

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COUNTY TELEGRAPH


BTAKKB. FLORIDA, THURSDAY. FEB. 9. 1987



! e ;:',,. ii'' :. r .. 'i""<'f, .';; ,.. :\. -

> 1 NEWS And NOTES



SERVICE MEN For Today's Homemaker
Toward Improved City GovernmentMaking I ,
By Martha Sue MeCafa
AND WOMEN

the positions of city new Utility Department has Coanty Extension

clerk and chief of police ap- never worked as smoothly and Horn Economic: Agent C

pointive has been discussed pro efficiently as it should, simply be-

and con in city political circles cause the council and clerk never !tJI

for years but as- Clerk Merrill agreed which part of the operation "" I February U a month of ping Is easy to make with a
Edward: said Tuesday night belonged to the clerk and special days.. The bright can of tart red pitted cher

this is the first time the talk has which to the new department.The Easy-to-Make.cherry Ted topping Pretty' of to Ser-this ries.CHERRY TOPPING

this far.
gone
spectacle presented last p ve, Pease-the-Familyi! dessert 1 can (rl pound I tart red
Acting makes .!this a good choice for cherries, 2 tablespoons cornstarch ..
on a resolution first year when a new auditor attempted -

adopted by Starke-Bradford Coun- to give his report at a r a, either Lincoln's: Blrt.hFebruary 1 teaspoon, one-fourth cinnamon cup auger one-
ty Chamber of Commerce direc- irf CL 4O1
public meeting is rememberedwith 12. fourth teaspoon red food col
tors, the City Council Tuesday embarrassment by those n St Valentine's DayFeb- orlng.

night adopted a resolution of its present. Public outbursts and the : POLICE ruary 14.Washington's. Drain cherries saving the

own asking our legislative dele- blatant display of dissension prevented Birthday juice. Add water to Juice to

gation to- call a special referendumas the city employee from giving February 22. measure 1 cup total liquid.

soon as possible to determine his report. The auditor resigned .. CHERRY CREAM DESSERTOne In a small saucepan mlJccorl1.lltarch. .
;
and cinna
public feeling on the matter. : rather than face such be .I cup regular all-pur sugar
.
'Y C LE .. mon. Stir In the I cup cher
havior. pose flour [not sifted], 2
The two resolutions 'are much I'> .' ry liquid. Cook over low heat.

the same. Making the two positions / Let us also reflect upon the ,..: I"-M Miller Airman ton 3rd of CllPaul Mr and Mrs L. cup tablespoons margarine sugar, 1 package one-halt[(3 thick stirring and all clear.the Stir time in cherries until

appointive, they say, will proper duties of the clerk and ; .i'rJ:' Larry L. Miller of Route 2, and one-fourth ounces] vanilla and red food coloring!!-

provide greater opportunity for chief. Should they be on the policymaking .".,. [1 Staike' has completed basin pudding and pie filling Cool to room temperature
improvement in services without level, or should their !' training at Lackland AFB mix [not Instant] 1 tall can before spreading over pud.'

the need of continued political mandate more properly be to f h! 1{ Texas and after spending! a evaporated milk [1 and two- ding.

activity. It would also relieve the carry out rules, regulations, policies r t f .... ":: 15-day leave here with his thirds cups]l. one-third cup Check prices of canned pie'
% : .1' patents' will be stationad at water. 1 can cwy pie ruling. '
two officers! of some policymaking and laws already on the city t fillings. Compare these price*
decisions that ly r'6: \ Homestead AFB Florida, Place flour and sugar In with the cost of making
are rightly the books or.Should. j1; .f.; where he will be trained In mixing bowl. Using two knives Cherry Topping with a. can'
responsibility of the"council, and )' offset printing for pastry blender cut
of tart red pitted cherries.
one city official be 'i'tr
make the offices more efficient any Paul graduated from BHS margarine Into flour and Money Main Dishes
Saving
since the pair would not be involved allowed to decide to extend utility in the class of 1066 and joined sugar until mixture resemblescorn -This bulletin you will not

in elections every two service to a resident, delinquentin the Air Force In October. meal.. Using fingers want to miss
years, the resolutions state. his bill? Would it not be betterto Ills mailing address K A3c, press mixture evenly Into
administer such a policy impartially Paul L. Miller, AF 12884253, batom of baking dish OR Into -
Fuqua Opens
Though it would undoubtedly ? ii i CMR Box 7701, Homestead an 8-inch square baking

help to some extent, we are not t AFB Fla, 33030. pan. Bake In hot oven [400 New OfficeIn
as confident as some that such We do not claim or foresee that degrees] for IS minutes.' Gainesville
simply making these two offices "'<, Cool. While crust Is baking,
a.move would ,remove the two of- ;., '
fices entirely from politics. The appointive will solve all the ills t ilENi211 % CTOww Nr, ;, prepare vanilla cream filling Congressman Don Fuqua,
wr"Bombs as follows: In a medium size
fi
two officials would still have to of the city, but perhaps it is a I' :saucepan, mix package: of representing the Second COngressional -

please a majority of the councilto step In the right direction.We Away!" pudding. evaporated milk District, has announced -

stay in office, and that could do believe the change would and water. Cook, and stir second office!the in opening Gainesville of a

have political connotations. Cut put the two offices more directly over medium heat until to help serve constituents In
thickened COol [cover lightly -
one big advantage would be fix- under control of the City Council.It to keep "skin" from formIng the huge 24-county. district
FARMER'SAccording
1"i.< responsibility for the opera- also( would dictate that citi- DIARYLake ] until pudding Is room The new office Is locatedIn

tion of the city, on a policymaking zens give utmost importance to temperature. Then spreadover Room 318 of the new Fed

level, solely with the council. choosing::! a responsible council.If to' reports. It Butler as the county cooled crust In baking eral building In Gainesville
will be' some time In early seat. dish. Spoon cherry pie filling and !the telephone number Is
The question arises : has. there the clerk and chief were appointed March before harvesting of over pudding spreading 378-4215.

been the cooperation between of- any accusing fingers berries will be In full swing, f r evenly. Chill\ until ready to Rep. Fuqua. will continue
ficials in City Hall that is depending: of course on the So if by and chance', that to have the office In Talla.-.
-
necessary could be pointed directly at the battle serve. Makes 8 or 9 servings.A
old Is rejoined with
the meantime. At hassee which he has main-
: for an efficient operation? City Council. No longer could the weather least !that In Is the estimate the addition of Macclennyand 1 lb. 5 oz. OR a 1 lb. 6 tained since his first election

excuse of "no control"[ over elected Leaton Morgan. Baker County there will oz can cherry pie filling may to Congress.
To anyonefamiliar with the glvelby A top-
officials bq used when Joe Citizen based on his .planting and be a hassle which will: make be used as topping. "Those working In. these

feuding of, the past few years the asks "why" of City Hall. those of neighbors. the historic Big Windstorm offices will be pleased to as.*

answer is apparent. The relatively of many years ago, which Mrs. J. B. Talley of Starke. slat you with any problem

He said recent frosts anda leveled trees all over this recently partclpated In aweeklong you might have and they
.section seem like a balmy ,will in touch
light freeze killed or damAged operation as a be!' able to get
All Roads Will Lead. Tt 0'Disne y'World'far "' almost allot the bloomat By Sam? McGarveyand \ breeze by comparison. Ffc Lamar Woods son of crew member aboard the"attack with.our Washington office"
that time, and thar" auto- hasn't been able to Mr. and Mrsv A. M, Woodsof carrier- Forrestal at sea immediately' If necessary,
matically means 'another yet Route 1, Staike. completed off the Virginia Capes. Rep. Fuqua said.
almost
Announcement last week of the most important part of Identify It. It was Marine boot training at. Par-
four or five weeks before !the at that time but SENIOR The operation was designed -
plans for the fabulous new the entire project. The commer- plants can come into production dormant budding out with mul- rill Island S. C. In December, to give crew members en Catfish UsedIn

"Disney World" to be constructed cial and international shoppingarea In the meantime was tiple leaves! which were opposite CITIZENSDuring and took a month's trainingIn opportunity to familiarize
on a 43-square mile tract of land of this city of the future, Leaton. will pick a "scatter- on th twig and although ITC [Infantry Combat themselves with their duties. Stocking
16 miles southwest of Orlando comprising 50 acres of city streets ing' of fruit which escaped only about six feet Training) at Camp Geiger, It followd a ninemonthyard Three Lakes

gave added importance to a recent and buildings, will be completely damage from !the freeze but high, It 'had the appearanceof North Carolina warfare. emphasizing period at the Norfolk
guerilla In Portsmouth
like full production. Naval Shipyard -
action of the StarkeBradford enclosed for year-around climate nothing a young .tree.. the five years of Pfc Woods is now stationed Va.Seaman Twentyfive thousand
Chamber of Coui- control. Residents and tourists 5 Senior Citizens Club activity Channel catfish were recently
County And speaking of marketing with the 2ndi. Marine' Dlv-
St. Valentines on Feb. 14 has
merce. This action called for a will be able to shop, dine, or stroll, berries. If projected plans go The tug-of-war over the always been observed. Al- ision. FMF [Fleet Marine Recruit Kenneth distributed and stocked In
to meet with the State from rain able location of a new courthouse Force) at Camp LeJeune. N. !three northeast region fish
delegation completely protected through growers will be though it Is atlll recognized B. Thomas, 19. USJT son of
and Judging likes by
Road Department in March to heat, cold, or humidity day or to sell at the old strawberry Is by still!the going lart- County on Commission the day has lost much of its C. and will remain there' until Mr. and Mrs. Elmer B. the management Game\ & area Fresh Water

seek the four-Ianing of U. S. SOl night. wharf In Lawtey this season.' meeting It is far from fljlti/mour./ since the youthful April, when he will attenda Interpretation Thomas of 1125 Nell Court. Fish Commission. Blue Pond
14-weeks Photographic -
between Baldwin and Callahan.U. The pedestrian will be king and in addition to !the state mar resolved. The "old" commission dams of we sea tore. course/ in Balti- Starke. has been graduatedfrom and Lowery I Lake In the

S. 301 will be one of the can roam the streets at will, withno ket at Starke. !Asked about will almost got the building Happy Birthday was sungto more. He expects to bo sent nine weeks of Navy Canp Blandlng reservation,

main arteries of travel feeding fear of automobile traffic. Continuously this"wait. one and grower see what said he happens started at the former Amer- Alex Morton on his 73th overseas next fall for duty basic training at the Great Naval and Blue Creek Lake In Tay
Jan. 24, and was Training Center at
thousands of tourists into the Or- moving cars on tracks ," and that if h" can't ican Legion site but now the"new" birthday with the Marines In VietNam : lor County' were the three
topped off with a delightful Lakes. Ill
commission is tugging lakes for stocking.
chosen!
lando area'as soon as any one of will take pedestrians wherever !vet a good price at Starke the other and 'what (birthday cake tea, and coffee .. In the! first weeks of naval Blue Pond and Lowry Lake
the severat phases of "Disney they want to go, while automobiles he will try his luck at Law- with one thing way and another t Prospective members present r- service he studied military have beenunder the Fish

World" is open to the public. It and trucks will move throughthe tey we may.land a man on the were Rhoda Dumpier and subjects and lived and work- Improvement Program since

is important, therefore, that 301 city on different levels in moon before we net a new George Clemmon" *. ed under conditions similarto 1964. and are open to public
be four-laned its entire length in non-conflicting traffic flows. No- The uncertainty of makinga Is Bradford County courthouse Membcri'hlp In open to SenIors Hume he will encounter on fishing The supplemental l

Florida. in order to take care of where in Disney World will a decent profit on berries 45 yearn old and upwards. his first ship or his first stocking: of Channel cats Is-
on of the reasons why some .
traffic load which Dues are nominal 25c per shore station. for the purpose of creating
the stepped-up signal light ever slow the constant farmers In !the counts, including transition from
That brings to mlrtd the month or the bargain rate Making !the) and making available; another -
will possibly! double, or even triple, flow of traffic, and it was Disney'shope Marklee Starling, !: civilian life to Naval service
possible' consolidation of of $2.50 per year. We are non- desirable fish for !the
its present count of more than that EPCOT would become have switched over to the counties In !the future to cut political and nonsectarian. Thomas received Instruction angler.
vehicles day. the first accident free noise free poultry 'business, as! under instruction un-
6,000 per down the costs or (,(ovrnmlnt.We {Meetings are held on the 2nd under veteran Channel cats do not ordin-
Plans for "Disney World," a* pollution free city in America. that set-up! a provision is asked a local "blitwls" and 4th Tuesday of each der Navy petty officers. He reproduce In lakes but
arily
released last week, far exceeded Some idea of the impact that made for marketing. abou It, and he said It is month. Picnics are enjoyed durIng studied seamanship as well as are easily caught and offer a

anything imagined by even the all of this will have on the state likely that Bradford Union the summer months. Thern'aa survival techniques military lot of fishing! fun 01 a> put
A new entranc has bren counties 'be welcome"ror you Senior drill and other subjects.
will
must Floridian. Basic be from and Baker '
optimistic may gained past exper- and take biisU.! They grow
provided by !the county to Citizens. Why not Join us and
elements of the proposed develop- ience. In the decade following the joined td form anew county, well in lakes and, usually,
and fill (fancy life?
the sanitary "And then," he said, "you'llsee put some fun in your Seaman Apprentice Thomas -
include amusement of the much smaller reach a weight of two
ment a new opening name for a dumping ground; ] the battle of the century Reminder: Tuesday, Feb' 28, McManus. USN son of
theme park, similar to the world- Disneyland at Anaheim, Cali- located near the old overpass to decide where'' the. county the color and sound movie, .6't: Mr and Mrs. Carlton T. Mc- pounds in 18 months.

famous Disneyland in .California fornia, more than 250 enterprises on. SR.100 near Keystone scat will be.. located. "You And Medicare' will be Manus of Starke has returned ANGELA: DARLENE
but they go far, far beyondthe employing 33,000 persons movedin. Heights Residents are: asked shown. at the Recreation Center to the states aboard the

realm of mere amusement. The population of Anaheim itself to use the new approach. Some old timers i still/ remember on Pratt Street. at 7:30: ( Airman Larry R. Thomas attack aircraft carrier US3 POLLARD

Also included is a series of theme increased from around 15,000in which Is located about halfa the battle. between pro. Edward( W. Womack son of Mr and Mrs. Bennie Constellation after more Angela Darlene Pollard In..

motels surrounding and compatible 1950 to over 138,000 in March mile toward Starke from Lake Butler, and Starke' over manager of the Gainesville\ Thomas of JloUte 1, Brooker, than six months! with !the 7th fant .daughter of Robert and
!the old one. the location of1' the courthouse Social Security office, will proJect has been selected for technical Fleet in the Western Pacific.A Alle Whitaker Pollard died
to the theme park development 1964. Tourists::! and vacationers .
the film and also answerall
many years aao.. which training at Lackland member of Fighter Squadron Monday. in Gainesville attar
; outdoor sports centers for spent $273 million inside Disney- While on a trip down .'tiS finally ,settled when old questions. Hope to( ace you, AFB Texas. as.! an Air Force 181, he participated Innumerous a sudden illness., She was born
golf, tennis, boating, camping, and land during its first decade, and around Melrose, at the new ':Bradford County 'wu cut there: air policeman. air strike operations In Starke on December 8.I960. .
other recreational activities ; an another $555 million in the sur- Boy Scout camp Sam saw a roughly In half and Union -Joe i Kerrigan Airman Thomas recently against enemy Installations .

Industrial Park covering some rounding community for food, small tree with !thorns on It. County was formed, ,with completed basic training at during which the Con- Surviving are her parent

1,000 acres, planned as a "show- lodging, clothing, souvenirs, and Lackland. Ills new school Is stellation logged more than and grandparents. _
place to the world of American other services. Virtually every part of the Air Training 12.000 catapult launches of Funeral services were held

industry"; a Jet Airport of the type (of business received some Tobacco Growers Can Make-Up Under MarketingGrowers Command which conducts the ships aircraft. It was Instrumental at 3 p. m. Wednesday InCn.lvary '
hundreds of specialized courses In the destructionof Baptist Church In
Future offering service to private share of this money.
to provide technically Haiphong oil storage Starke with Rev. R. H. But-
and 'executive planes; an The much larger Disney World in 10 area counties carry over Into the next year 112.00O pounds for under trained personnel for the na tanks In August and destroyed ler officiating. Interment was
Entrance Complex to receive and will have an even greater impacton including Bradford will any unused portion of their marketing and the county's tion's aerospace force. numerous bridges buildIngs In Crosby Lake Cemetery

service the millions of visitors the economy of Florida, and be allowed next year, under allotted acreage or poundage 67" poundage produced can and other enemy structures w1th' DI'Wltt C. Jones Funeral

expected annually; andgreatestof Starke and Bradford County, bring the federal acreagepoundageprogram quota. B* the same token a total around 470000. Seaman. Apprentice JamesB. Home in. charge. of ar

all-an Experimental Proto- on one of the main arteries ) of controls to mar- grower exceeding his acreage At last years average of Talley III, son' of Mr. and ,..- rangements.

type Community of Tomorrow of travel to Central Florida, will ket about 3.3 million more or quota must reduce his around 70 cents per pounds

(EPCOT)J planned for 20,000 permanent feel stimulating effect. pounds of flue-cured tobacco production accordingly. the !the extra acreage could bring
than In 1963.Bradford following year.In 1 lit over $78.000 additional.
residents.The We should start now planninghow
farmers! who did 1989BraOfoixt Over the 10 county area
: << growers
entire development is expected best to take advantage of 0 D4
to be The Bradford
not produce, their alotted overmarketed by 15.798 !the under-marketing County Telegraph
to cost at least $600 mil- thin increased travel through our quota, or plant !their entire pounds. Other growers did carried over could amount to 4 ESTABLISHED 1879
lion, as compared with only $17 area. A good starting point is allotment last year will be mot reach 'their quota and $2.25 million. A

million[ for the original Disney- the effort to insure the four- allowed to make up !that defIcit under-marketed by a total of Main reason for growers a E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and PublisherFlorida's

land in California; and it is projected laning of U. S. 301 from Baldwinto this year. If they choose.It 127.072 pounds) not reaching' their quotas for 0
that economic benefits to Callahan. We want no bottle- should! amount to something This gives a net undermar- the past two years te the o oldest Weekly Jfuw'p por Published. Costlnosrlyqii :

Florida will approximate $6.6 bil- necks when the time comes to like 127,000/ pouhda.according ketlng total l of around 112- heavy spring rains, according :; ;; Under The Same Mast Itead.
June be to Agent George
lion in the first ten ''years of the benefit from the increased mil- Chapman, county to Mrs. office made 000 poundswhich up in !the county- may during Hugjthis.County which drowned out Published each Thursday and entered aa Second Clan* Matter sit the Pout Of flee

project.In lions who' will be drawn to Florida manager for the Agriculture the 1967 growing season. much tobacco. Bradford was at Starke, Florida under Act of March 3rd. 1879.
a film. made just before his by what should prove to be the Stabilization and Conserva,. Bradforda basis 'Or' unad- particularly hard hit In the
death, and shown on televisionlast greatest tourist attraction on the tion service. justed quota for' '47 390,301 Hellbronn Springs area. he Subscriptions* In trade areas 1 year, Hl.OOj( 6 months. $1.23

week Walt Disney called face of the. earth. Under\ this new' Federal pounds? according to Mrs. said ,where several entire Outside trade areas 1 year, $1.50; 0 months, $2JJOBRADFORD

EPCOT the most exciting and by program which began In ChAPman: Add to that the' crop were plowed up.

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...,...,.'t''I''I''I''t'' '.. Ynt. over the weekend. l\y\ on Sunday. ter Mr. and Mrs. John Brow- home Of Mrs. M. N. Yaun.Brownlee Pastor Leroy tJ8'htAev.' : Morning Wor !1Ip, 11 ... m. BETOEX BAPTIST CHURCH

It Mrs. Mae Wells was lunch- James C. Reams, son of ard, in Jacksonville Sunday. Circle, home ofMrs. Training union, 7 p. m. EvenIng Sunday School 10 a. m.

eon guest of her sister Ml'S.Ru.b Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Reams of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wainwright Artln McKnluhr Ethel LONG BIIIDGB BAPTIST Service. 8 p. m. BV.Lacy Morning Worship, 11 a. m,

t. LAWTEY\ Barthlow. and familyIn Stwke, who has returned and family of Way- Biggs Circle home of Mrs. CHURCH Conway. pastor. Evening Worships 7:30: p. m.

Mddleburg! on Sunday.Mr. from, duty at Camp Fendle- cross were visiting Mr. and ws Charles Hardy, 7:30. Sunday School 10 a. m.; Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m.

e(! Bjr Eoza Blam-hard and Mrs. Ralph Wise toll was visiting his sister Mrs. T. L. Walnwrmht on Wednesday Bible Survey I Morning Worship 11 a. m.. CIIVRCH OF GOD Starke Wednesday. :Her. W. UNewrnona .

a} AAhAAAAAAAAA&A*, and sons were present to Mrs. Eital Moody and Mr. Sunday. Mrs. Walnwrlght's Class, 9:30: a. m. TU Council, Evening Worship 8 p. m.; 422 N. St. Clair School St., 10 a. m. pastor.NORTHSIDE .

al help his father. J. W. Wise, Moody during the week. sister Mrs. Maud Rowe and FIRST METHODIST 6 p. m. Prayer Meeting 7 p. Prayer; Meeting. Wednesday Sunday Services, '.1 a. m and BAPTIST
vjt CHURCH ACTIVITIES celebrate his 81st birthday Visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. M. daughter. Mrs. J. D. Burnsed, m. Church Choir practice, B 8 p. m.; Sing each Friday ai. Worship
ChURCH STARKE Wednesday
tII Methodist : 1 last of Macclenny, were aLso Sun- 7:30: p. in. YPE. Located on Bayteaa ifl.h-
Grace "- Sun anniversary at a dinner given McClellan Friday was p. m. 8 p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane,
day School 9:43: a. m., Worship In his honor by his!!! son Brltt; :Rosier of Oreen Cove day visitors of the Wain- Sunday Church SchooL) Dostor. 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting, way [SR 223]at,Ralford Road
9:45: a. m. Morning Worship, Thursday Feb. 16 -Valentine ] m.--ReY. L. S.WIlllam.e .
{ 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. and daughter-in-law, Mr. Springs, and on SaturdayMr. wrights. I Friday 7:30: p. [tSR IS]. Services: Hunday:

.t..: Prayer Circle Monday 9 p. and:! Mrs. C. L. Wise at their McClellan'a motner. Mrs. Mrs. R. E. Lee was in Pa- MYF 11 a., 6 m.p. Snack m. MYF Supper meetings for, -W.Banquet A. Hogan.7 p. m.pastor. |I HE1LBRONN BAPTIST: pastor. School, 10 a. m. Sunday:

"J m Wednesday Junior MYF home on Klngsley Lake. All W. H. Hall Mr.' ant'! Mrs latka recently where she attended Sunday School 9:45 a. i FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Morning Worship. 11 .. m.

6pm. followed by choir of Mr. Wlse'i family were Clarence Rhoden and Mrs. the President's Con- 6:30.: Evening Worship, 7:30.: Morning Worship, 11 a. .... Sunday School 9:45: a. m Training Union 6:30: p. m.
Monday Circle 2 meets FIRST CHRISTIAN
I -
practice and Senior MYF.- there for this happy occas Polly Rhoden. all of Jack- vacation honoring honor stu- 'Training Union 6::30 p. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Evening; Servlcat. 7:30.: Midweek
I with: Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr., I
i Ernest L. Bayley pastor. ion. Others present were a sonville. dents at St. Johns River I CHURCH STARKE Evening: ( Service, 7:10.: Midweek Youth Fellowship (8 p. m Prayer Service Wednesday -
a 3 p. m. Girl Scouts i>:eet in I
First Baptist Sunday daughter and family, Mr. Mrs. Daisy Starling: and Junior College. Karen Lee Sunday School -9:43: a. m. Prayer Service ',:UO p. Choir Practice Thursday, 7:30P. : 7:30.: -Rev. OJlena Latw-
Hall
3:15.
Fellowship
2Ir School 10 a. m.., Worship 11 and Mrs. Arlcss! Now Inn and I Mr. and Mrs. L. M. was one of the 45 students. : Morning Worship. 10:45: a. IM. Wednesday. -Troy Johnson m. hon. pastor.CALVARY .
I Tuesday Circle 4 meets
a m. and 7:30: p. m. Training daughters: son, Fred Wise I Ian. also James MCClel-1 on the President's list and m. Christian Service Hour pastor.
at home of Mrs. W. B. Se- BAPTIST
Union 6:30: p. m Midweek and family of Opp. Ala., a : Mrs. Ola Starling .. there were 93 students on 6:30: p. m.Wednesday. KLVCSLEY LAKE
services Wednesday son-in-law and daughter Mr. the funeral of Charlie dor- the Dean's List. Mrs. Lee and well.. 10 a. m. Circle 5 meetsat Youth Choir SMYRNA MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIICKCR Sunday School SO a. ...

:$ 7 30 p. m.- Edward Harvey and Mrs. Clayton Donaldsonof rett at Macedonia Church inMacclenny I Karen attended the receptionfor arde home of Mrs. H. M. Rich'I' Practice 3::30 p. m. Fellow- BAPTIST CUVKCII Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Worshfp, 11.. m.

to pastor. Troy, Ala. daughter. Mrs. Sunday after- honor students and par- with Mrs E. K. Perry- ship Supper, 6:30: p. m. Mid- 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday Morning Wor&nlp. 11 a. m Training Union II::30 p. n.

.l Church of Ood- Sunday Olennle Peacock of Crest- ents afterward. man as co-hostess, 10 a. m. Week Bible Study; 7:15: p. m. services: Sunday School!, 10 a. Training( Union 6:30: p. m Evening Service 7:36.: Prayei

a School 10 a. m., Worship 11 viw. a son and daughterinlaw. noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Oeorse Tribe Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Peter- meets Wesleyan in Service Guild Adult; Choir Practice. 8::00 p In. Preaching, 11 a. m. TrainIng Evening Worship 7:30.: Prayer Meeting Wednesday. 7:30: p.


7:30: p. m.: Prayer a daughter, Mrs. Mvrtle spent the day sightseeing: In R. E. Lee family. Mrs. Worship 7 p. m. Everyone -Rev. Jim Rlgdon pastor.
Ruth
t meeting Friday 7:30: f.. n.- Yourur. and a grandson. Wallace ]- St. Augustine on Thursday., 7:30.Wednesday. Johnson a. hostesses BAYLESS ir"n".-'- welcome. Elder T. C. WUlianu. BAPTIST
,
1, Robert Yates pastor. Wise' and Mrs. Wise aU !Mr.\ and Mrs. R. W. Sap: YY'l"YY'l"'I"Y'l"YY"Y"Y'l"YY'l"'I"THERESSA" " : pastor. CIIURCH OF CHRIST Sunday School. 95: a. m.
BAPTIST CIIVCI1Sunday
3 3c Highland Baptist Sunday of Starke. Leslie and Mrs. Annie Stevens Circle 1 Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. Morning Worship, 11 a. n.
meets at home of Mrs. O. L, School LAURA BAPTI91 Worship and
10 a. m. m.: Morning Service. 7.-30
km.
School' 9:45: a.m., Wor- Visiting Mr.\ and Mrr. Mit- were Sunday visitors of Evening p.
Haynes Jr.; Circle 3 at homeof Morning Worship 11 School, Communion Service 11 a. m
( a. m. Sunday 9W: : a m. Meeting. WedneesAiv
11 Mr. A. Prayer
ship a. m. and 7:30' p. m. chell Brown on Tuesday of and Mrs. C. Pearce.
Mrs. L. H. Futcn, 10 a m. Training Union 6 p. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. nt. Evening services 6:30.:
"$.I Choir Practice 6:3i: p. m last week were Mrs Brown's!,! Sympathy is exten.ed: to By Berkv Newhan&AAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAjAt 7:30: p. m. Training: Union.
Primary Junior, and Youth Evening Service p. m Evening Worship, 7:30 m Wednesday Worship serv-
'I Prayer meeting Wednesday aunt Mrs. E L. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. William Pen- p. Friday 7:33: p.m. -Rev. K.: I*
Choir practice. 3:15: p. m. Everyone welcome. -Rev M. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, ice 7 p. m. MinisterJack P
i 730 p. m.- Jamei Walker, son. Reirgy of Hampton. darvis In the loss of their Ortffls, pastor.cHOPE ;
Praver Meeting 7 p. m. David Medeteoa 7:30, : Bell.
' pastor : p. m.-He" Luther Mc-
'I pastor. Rev. Walker may be Sunday visitors of Mr. and daughter. Doris Minshew,

i heard each Sunday at 1:30: p. Mrs. T. V. Duck and family wife of James Menshew of HOPE The BAPTIST CHURCH Den Thursday 4 meets-in Cub Fellowship Scout ASSEMBLY OF arm I Gee, past.or.BUOOKER. FINE LEVEL BAPTIST BAPTIST CHUECH
Intermediate IlirWAY '
Class
J m over radio station WZOK were their son-in-law and Lake Butler. wentto BAPTIST [Highway 100 ai Thereiaal
Gainesville last Hall. 3:15. Chancel Choir rehearsal CHAPEL Sunday School 10 a. m
1320 on your dial. daughter.! Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lane. Saturday Sunday School 10 .. m.
J Morning Worship, 11 a. te
night to play miniature golf,1 I 7:34: Sunday School, lOa. m
, Mrs Futch Miss Karen and Weldon St. and Raiford
Joyce and Nolan and his mother. Eddy of Deland Booster Bane Morning Worship 11 a.
but had to Morning Worship 11 Pre-Servlces I
i change their pla.llat a. m.
Elizabeth the were visiting Road. Sunday Softool, 10 a.m.
Terry spent Mrs. Nina Nolan. of Jacksonville Mrs. Sallle Nor- FIRST .
as the course closed. BAITIST CHURCH Training Union. 6:10 Your* People ard PrayBenkeJ '
was SOt p. m
q weekend in Tallahassee with ton and Mrs Lane's mother. STARKE Morning Worship, 11 a. m. m.Training Onion -6:36: p.
they ended up golnaroller: Evening Worship. 7:30.: Prayer J. I p. Ou Evening
with Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Selma Evening Service 7 m
/ Wy- Mr and Mrs. Tommy Godwin Eunice and other p.
skating instead. Miss Romesa Sunday Sunday School), Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30.: Worship, 7 p. m. Midweek
j rick and other relatives.Mr. and family of Oalnesvllle ; relatives Saturday and Sun- Dodd was in charge. 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship, Tuesday Prayer Meeting( Service Wednesday:30' : p m.Evening Worship! 7:1J:
and Mrs. James Burton were\ vIsiting his broth- 7:30: p. m. Thursday YoungPeople's I DE DAN BAPTrrr tucker, ]
day.Mr The New Life Bible Club is 11 a. m.. /sermon, "The Primary m.-R v. D. I. Ramsey pas m.
I of Jacksonville ''VIsited er-in-law and sister. Mr ani:! and Mrs. E. J. Raulerson held each (Monday afternoon Purpose of the Meeting 7:30: p. m Sunday School, 10... m. tor. Wedneadcy Night Prayer

Mr and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins Mrs. J H. Eunice. and fam- were supper gi'ests\ of at the church. Please tell your Church." Youth Committee

their sOI1-in-law and daugh- children to bring their Bibles. meeting, 5 p. m. Training I I .

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Billy Kelly at tho Holllstl'in ship.] 7:80: ,-- erm"Wh: ;; i-Is''I'I i' An investment in Your Future j'ejiff1TIUflD -

Baptist Church should Revival?" I -
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JACKSONVILLE[ BUSINESS meet at the church here Friday Monday RA meeting,
DIRECTORYAPPLIANCES
night. (Bro. Kelly baa been : 6:30: p. m. Youth Choir prac- ] fl* m

in services, all week.Don't I tice, Bible Survey Class, 71 13 15 rLJ[ fldb.
forget IM
Sunday Schoolat : P m. I I

I BEAUTY ACADEMY: OPTICIAN 10 a.m., preaching. at 11 Tuesday Helen Masters ,, .

Training Union at B'SU: and Circle at the church. 9:30): a.1|I I

Appliances Color TV American preaching at 7:15.' : :Midweek m. Ida Darby Circle at homeof ,,

i? Prayer Service each Wednes- Mrs. Floyd Oreen, Lorena ,

>> Stereo Hairstyling > day at 7:30: p.m., followed by Epperson Circle at home of I
Magnavox -
Academy /J.CnS"ilrNtOPTICAl: choir KATI1EK practice. Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr., 2:30: p.1 I II
m. Sunbeams Junior Choir I
21 W. MONROE\
Zenith
Motorola Well
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JACKSOZ4VILLE350i91Rlver8ide Prescriptions Filled practice, 3:30.: Junior OA
Ground Hog Day lor-ki like he 4::30 Lottie I
Broken Lenses Moon Circle,

General Electric ? S S Artificial Eyewear Specialists Eyes Duplicated for saw about his shadow six weeks so we of are bad in I 1[ Labeled for PROTECTION j

weather. Anyway, there will be :
'V_ Get A Good Deal At- Hairstyling 213 Liiura St. Jar 353-5X9.1' bad weather until after the your anawer nr..ptnndlntr to the. |
complaint "'i fh IMalnfirf %
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Academy full In ornov a '
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JACKSONVILLE 388-8537 I Sympathy Is extended to the original In the Office of the, may Internally others -

It,,Ham/ of Rut H_.....-....-)- Accredited BARNETT'S family of Jimmy Guann in the Clerk hfor of the Circuit Court on : I
op the 17th clay tFEBHirAnr r are for external use only] therefore labels
JacksonvilleAppliances Qualified Instructors Commercial. and Portrait Idas> of his brother, L.. R. :1987.: otherwisethe -:
Modern Styling Photography Gnann. alleiviitinna of said Complaint !'
Mr. and Mrs. will b. taken a. con- caution us as to their proper use Tbe.a {re-
Monthly Classea S Frames & Custom Framing Harry W. Fris- fn....,. by you. y
Furniture "Where tomorrow stylistsare 1958 Blandinff Blvd. ble entcitalned celebrities in This notice nhnll! be puMlMhrrt ia ':
cautions for
eucn. : are oar own protection and good.
their home once week for four onnupciitlve -
recently -- Sir.and .
trained"ELECTRIC Jacksonville
Du-Ra Brand In .' 384-1464 (Mrs:- Jerry Martin ,!,!.. !!.: ._weeks o --,In, the BRADvm .. .
and 'Rj E) l-Ot'NTY TKI/KORAPH; : : '
MOTORS PIANOS family, better known as the Pitted thin 24th day of JAN- w1! ; I 4 An things In life are not so clearly marked as
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Save on Quality Broadway comedy team of If fl7PHAUr.RS I -- ---

Furniture & Appliances Peavy Brothers For Musical AdvIce Martin &: Mann. Mr. Martinis Clerk of tho A.Circuit DARBY.Court to their proper use The Bible b our source

C. CARTER NICE a master of the doft shoe By Virginia K. Darby I -14""" '-
Phllco and RCA
Electric Co. Deputy Cleric.
i ; style of dancing. and :Mrs. SEAL.) and guide, our label
TV Washers Refrigerators JKLECTRIC MOTORS\ /\tf&ehco"" -11.( Mann (her stage name) Is a 1-26 4t J-li I, 4pi
:Magic: Chef Range ;:J/ <:: ; U.1t.t :l'1I1111101'd ia
Eioid.Serv1cedRepatrecOenerator.Starter. '" superb commedlenne. They (lamp unto my feet, and a light
We Buy and Sell Used Units Established 1948 have just finished performing TilE RIGHT POINT for the,

Alterations ChicJGco.rlng' & for the Navy at Mayport and the way you write. Come In L unfomgptifh.4sena1.1 .

5521 Bluudlng Blvd. Armature Rewinding Other Name Brands Cecil Field, and are now on and select your favorite ESTER ._4 ___

Jax 771-5475.. 4044 Lenox Ave. PIANOS -- CONN ORGANS tour to Miami. ItOOK fountain pen I Psalm ill, 105

."".rr-nvtll... "''R721t\! 2831 .',ark Jacksonville: 388-8319 Seems to have been a lot TELEGRAPH, ,, J Peal'
of accidents lately. David New- ATTEND CHURCH, STUDY GOD'S WORDJiD
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AUTOS FOREIGN HEARING AID PICTURE FRAMES\ ham got Into some barbed wire
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Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH ()
Westside For Best In Hearing recently and received some bring results. :: '
ForeignCar SPILLERS nasty cuts and scratches. t

SONOTONEOF Cheryl CrUtla 'broke her toe >

Service JACKSONVILLE Picture FramingPicture while out riding a horse, and !: :i

.Trained mechanics for every "The Strongest and Smallest FramingOriginal Airs. Ruby Hursey strained a Why k% 4 ::1 rc qzlOH
I Hearing Aid in the World"' Painting Unframed Prints ligament la her left foot. _
service Job on all makes of $
Only ('.0. Hearing Aid Blade (Mattings' Framed Pictures Mr. and Mrs. Bill Flakes of The f 1 g' k toft oppwrtd. ; ....*, II..MM I
Foreign & Sports Cars. 4 iiI for. .... .. .
I S3: Went MonroeJaeksonvtUa (Mirror Framing Jacksonville recently visited c M. *.*s knowMfi ri Nk ....

PARTS FOR AL7.J 35.T-14: : Decorator Help. '\frs. Flakes' mother, Mrs. J. .,'t., .O far. MM oM"j HidMioirf..faf_M mpo. .4 .

1015 I'ark St. S Point D. Poyton, and Mr. Payton.SIrs. Chrisiian j 18..MM* 'Im I, Mni his MifMM./ WlhMtIMt ,""

2130 Blandlng. Jacksa: rctlle MOBILE\ HOMES Jax 353-8551 J. A. Gnann and son, t |r-IUj to NH .bm'"(M M |OIMMI [

Plen Mrs. Price Fisher, and :{ Mclrif,, of voy ol Mi *B fangMIMMfl IQ

BUTTSMOBILE SEWING CENTER Arthur Gnann attended the Science, I v.I. ( *nl.IfW.. ttn4. M whU Wt koM.Md ,:

Auto Sales & Service! funeral of I... 'K. Thomas at .. will "hnllaMy," .ftriik DMiifoq, nM

HOMESThe H. & N. Beulah Baptist Church last Monitor\ I Ii Iit i Iran.Mini*/foW W'low. -.14.wiiportrki 1:
LANDROVER week. He dunk for..IN.. toki" ol Itii mllgn BI!Ww ,
Souths Best Buys Here: SEWING CENTER was an uncle of the (
I Free Delivery Gnanns. :'j ; J a I all' Hd Mi k. ". fcr'x'' 1haI. 'koomr, v.

Bank Financing 600 Singer Touch & Sew Michael Newaome is sporting recommends I ..44: ti f. tnrf .p...i.l ilmU vphoM and. loillilpoti Is iI

The World's Finest" t; In I neSt For Leso" does fancy stitches, monograms a new little white bug En- *h. I .HM Own.. bdovu B .hh tfw InHi ik...4 }

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PADLTgN nit inronn rotrNrr TFLFBRAFIO. BTARITK., FLOR1nA THURSDAY. VEIL '. 196t.
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i in Gainesville. Maternal puhnrvntmi the. following dcx-. he lSflt. enhance. of the Brad
i ribIM p"reunal l property to fold. 'nuI1IY' c'nurl louse*. twill
1At 69 Her Profession Is Walking- I grandparents are Mr and Wit. offnr for mile and sell. '10
Mrs. Ted Manning of Clay RAIFORDBy IStlO. Ford 4 Door Smlntl. Tlll tin* highest bidder. :ur cnMh In
1111. .. No DO 15710: 111 No. OA52X109779 : hand the. above d..Hc>rlh.d
Mrs. Manning and new Tag No. 4JW-J575 property of Baldletendnnte. tuHiitlafy
baby came home Friday., All tin property: of the' the .aforoMHia Ilxre
Helen Hall CO, believes Uio suss she had recovered her .
ab and 1(0)0.(
Mrs. J. T. Hendry of Jacksonville -
Earl
Mr Dobbs
nation's! elderly( are shunned health and worn out eight (Hint nil Monday. tho !Mill: icy.. P. D. RoddlHh Shorlff.
visited last Thursday Phone 496-2601 of I and neglected -'They think. pair of shoes. afternoon with Mrs. Avory oJw. \It noon ttn aulil ,day .al _1.iJ It ::,,''t,
we should eo In a corner and She still walks] 10 miles
Slade and family.
shoot ourselves. That's the every day pushing/ her grocery -
Soma ot those '
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carter visiting Mrs.
Clod's truth and you know s- : cart. She has a small of Jacksonville! and Mr.and Ruby Yarbrough and Mr. and II

If __ C_ transistor radio but "I don't Mrs. Doss HlKgliibotham (Mrs Harold Yarbrough and I GLASS That'8 Our Business
She Alabama's play It because: I can't keep '
mpporU ex- enjoyed dinner In Jackson- family Sunday were Mr. and'
Governor George Wallace for my mind on what I'm doing1.Alreurty ville and a trip to Jacksonville Mrs Robert Faulkner of Jacksonville "If It's Glass We Har It"

president-"I like him He' : having visited Miami zoo Sunday. and Mr. and Mrs A. c3
down lo earth and not afiuid Clearwater, Gainesville R. Richardson of Lake Butler CALL WRITE or VISIT

to sax. what he think.. Mi-. Sanford. Orlando and numerous cf Sunday Mr. and Mrs.afternoon Avory visitors Slade Mr. and Mrs. Jack Canon of 'I: FOR ANY GLASS NEED

Hall hits met Wallace Hiid small towns In the Ormond
Beach visited Mr. and
and family were Mr and
We Design Modern Store Fronts
visited with him at Mont- i state. Mrs. Hall U marking
t 1, : Mrs. Harris Ayer and Mr. :Mrs. Theodore Rosier and Mrs. l
Alabama's time until it becomes warm Alice Mall Us A Pattern For
fjomerv. capital and Mrs. Bennie Harper and Canon and other relatives r: Just !
She had her picture made y t enough for her to walk children all of Jacksonville hero Saturday. Table TopsSHEA'S

with the governor in his of- 1 north. She got as far as Yu- :Mr.: and Mrs. C. B. Reddish
Mrs. Dan Byrd of Mayo
*lce ; 1' ]lee where she spent two and family of Jacksonville ,
visited last week with Mr.
Mrs. Hall received nation- 4 months working LCCumU- spent the weekend on their GLASS
and Mrs R: L. Harris and CO.
wide publicity !in July 1965 late funds farm here and attended the ,
Mrs. J. D. Bell and son.
when she began a 3.000 mile Plans now call for her to fish fry Saturday night. .
Tommy Turner of Elgin
marathon walk south again, then tut over Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Griffis
across coun- 'i : go Air Force Base will ]leave this 1313 N.W.4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FU2-4353
try from her home in Philadelphia to the west coast and thence weekend after several days and children, Debbie! and Mike. |I.

) to Los Angples The north next spring. were in Gainesville Monday
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visit here with his )parents: .. ,
widely publicized walk was 'n Mrs. Hall says she has (Mr. and (Mrs. Lynn: McRao .... -, .
MX. and Mrs. K. A. Turner. '- -' -
protest of welfare aid In the V t Rr spent only two nights out In Blanton I visited Jack Crawford m a

State of Pennsylvania 1 Ui; 1 the open sine beginning her Mrs. Carolyn was Jacksonville hospital Tua'Jay

molJicrs lIlpffitlmHtc\ ,Children walking People either donate able to I leave Jacksonville St. Vincent'sHofcpltal for where :he underwent uurgeryIMra. STALLIHC'S[ CORNER !

when she Hvinn alone n room and most of the time In Earl Dobbs and Mrs. .
wasn't receiving enough: to i her food!, or she PAY for It'from I the weekend with her parents Marty' demons and chilJren
Mr. and Mrs. Mlllard 'visited :Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Jive on. : ; I the $37.50 social security she
Strickland. OASIS LOUNGEYour
Register and children In Lake
It all began<< as a one-wom- still draws. Three dollars of
Mrs. Bootsle Cannon wasa
an protest march against the her total check of $38.70 goes City Tuesday.
patient last week In Baptist -
JLart For
State of Pennsylvania. but for Medicare. Mrs. Gertie attended CLOSEST Spot

Mrs. Hall has since ,completed : ] ,\ ,....-- Florida has really gone Memorial Hospital In a Postmasters' Seminar in j LIQUOR WINES BEER

her trip to California She all out," Mrs. Hall. says. "The Jacksonville. Jacksonville Monday. |
) Mrs. Don Elchelson and There will be a revival at I
9 A.M.12 P.M.
left there in April 1966 and people In California were Open
family of Jacksonville spent the 'iStarke of God !
Church on
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walked to Florida] by a'of' ... good to me but Florida has
"""" \ here with :Mrs.: beginning| .
the weekend St. Clair street Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 A.M.
Phoenix, Arizona. really]) bent over backwards. ( '
Myrtle Coleman and son. Tuesday night. The evangelist
Describing herself row as wwVOTE For years unable to walk Mr. and Mrs. M. C. BrownIng will be Rev. Walter Scooter SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST 3 FIFTHS

a "marathon walker ...... except with a cane Mrs. and daughter. Vivian of who has the greatest number
,
though she still is critical as Hall says the active life she OR QUARTS
e Jacksonville were Sunday of years In evangelism of any
ever of the treatment she re now leads has helped her arthritis -
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. man In the Church of God.
night
ceived in Pennsylvania, Mrs "tremendously..: She 8 Mi. South of Starke on U. S. 301Bening
Joel Alvarez honored
Buddy Browning.; was
Hall Is walking now In searchof threw away the cane on her
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with his
tt
Mr. and Mrs Jimmy a birthday party
fame and fortune. trlrt to Washington D. C. She
Meeks and Mr. and Mrs. W. home Wednesday evening on
Walking down U S. 301 on still has a scar from the operation C. Sauls of Jacksonvile and his birthday./ ''Several friends -

her way to Silver Springs! to correct the break Mr. and Mrs Vince Taylorall enjoyed the occasion with him. !

and to see "places T haven't In her arm and the arthritis enjoyed a fishing trip Games were played an!! cake

been to yet" Mrs. Hall passed; still bothers..her at tlrnes! but Saturday at Lake George and Ice cream served. Florid

through Starke recently 'fDRG'l.OgGE "I'm not one to give up eas- Falatka. (Mr. and iMrs. Lynn McRae Sine ItS
As la her practice she ily When I make up my near
Weekend visitors of Mr. visited her father, Jack Craw-
went Immediately to the police e mind to rio something: I us- Raymond Kilgore ford, In a Jacksonville hospital c '
WR11LB.CE. and Mrs. !
station to Identify her- natty finish I It." s
I __ ...._ and family were Mrs Laura Sunday.
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self. Chief Bill Rosier took _.._ _. Of' traveling -
-- --- ------- on nil open Martin and Mr. nna Mrs. Airs. Cecil Addison, Jr. and -- --

her to the Holiday Inn where It started as a protest against welfare authorities when Helen Hall road alone the youngster Tommy Martin all of .son! David of Gainesville were I

she was provided a room for! walked from Philadelphia, Penn. to Washington( D. C. Since then she's walked aged 69 says "I've never. Brooksvllle; on Sunday. Tuesday guests of her parents Mrs. Carolyn Cordially'
the night. been afraid of anything." and Mrs. Theodora RO ller. Eaves
Mr. >
cross country to California: and finally ended up in Florida's warm weather Mrs Laura Martin visited N
Signs on the grocery cart I for the winter. Mrs. Hall planned to get an with Mr. and Mrs. DOES Hlgglnbotham. Miss Beth DotobH and nicci!: Representative WelcomesPh.

she always pushes her only eary start from Starke ,walk Debbie Grl/fls and MbhclloClemons ) I Ph. 961-4211

means of carrying her traveling her 10 miles and then catcha of were in Gainesville I and Tour
Sunday dinner guests
gear, proclaim that Mrs. have It for poverty' 1 could set warm. Finally herclergyman Then receiving ride to Hawthorne. Not an Mr. and Mr Doss Higglnb Tuesday afternoon. I 122 N. Bay St. Family to Your

Hall is looking for a sponsor Mrs.!! Hall's troubles began gave her rame to wide publicity Mrs. 11atlon.1] unusual day for such an unusual tham were Mr. and Mrs. Red Addison visited Mr. and I Starke New Home

+..0 send her to England "so I back In 1959 when she fell a charitable organization Philadelphia on July 69-year-old] lady.VIAXVILLE' Arthur Carter of Jacksonvilleand :Mm.: CecU Addison in Can.llh.I

can be the first! woman of on an icy sidewalk In Phila which sent her a ton. ''on her cross-country protest I Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ga. over the weekend.Mr. .

my age to walk! across Eng- delphla; breaking her arm. But }becou.te of arthritis she march to California. It took .YYYY..yyy..yyyyy.yyy. Johnson and daughter. : and Mrs Robert Cason, I The State of FloridaIt

land and Ireland." She went on the state's welfare was bed-ridden much of the her two and a half months week Mr. Jackie Sapp and Bonlta: Blum ,
of last
Sunday
In that way Mrs. Hall rolls, because of the time, Mrs. Plait said she was and the 69-year-old said she and Mrs. Gene Johnson and visited Rev. Joe JVtcCullough l land I Is Oar Desire To Make Yon Feel Welcome and
hopes) to become famous arm and because of arthritis unable to shovel the coal Into walked 1,500 miles ot the family In: Ft. Pierce Su 11- i ,
daughter visited near Hampton To Acquaint You With Your City.
enourh to make "enough to she caused the furnace. day.
by trip.
was
says By' Mr. A. C. ..!.*. with Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Jive a decent life." Sile has her faU.Unable. Deciding to rent an apartment In the two and a half While there the I
Burnaed.
Phone Zll-mi
written a book as yet unpublished to work at her profession where heat was provide years she had been \'alklngover Johnson's daughter Carol It you are new In the area, a phone

called "The ; practical nursing ed she was forced to pay $50 the country Mrs. Hall Bradford County: Florida. un I
&AAAAAAAAAAAAA..AAA..ATriplettOglesby ,
way Ia My Home" and with no children or rela- per month. There was less, had to bo taken to for Bradford treatment d"an Execution High-I County Hospital :
sonar also tives she was forced to live than $15 per moni.ii! after I I' of a 'cut hand. Carol I Execution isauril hat ol from your' local hostera. Please tire
Miss Brenda Lee Trlplett.
Aliwliimounty
tled Court of Record of
"My Walking on welfare other like utilities ,
1 payments, $64 permonth expenses
But as she walks about the'' and social security left for food. KINGSLEY LAKE daughter of Mr. and Mrs. was taken to a Jacksonville <' Florida. pursuant to a I call! 8 has and
'I doctor 'for further treatment.The final Judgement J n. UenelttlFinance her a >i. maps many, _
country where ever her $34 per month. Finally becoming disgusted Sam Trlplett. Whltehouse U>"n Company, HIMairalnNt j
whims Mrs. E. M. Norton was married at 3 m. community extends Clinton 1.. and free for yoV' '
take her or the neces- First renting an !apartmentfor at being unable to seCUI'emore p. their sympathy to Mr;. Dor- !&aetwrighl d" ., Thrlm"l and wonderful sifts
sity of walking In warm $49 per month she had no aid Mrs. Hall began rhone 533-2081 Thursday January 19 to the death of the amount of $::\\21.21) IH |
Waters
Florida weather. Mrs. Hall money to! buy coal for !heat her protest on May 15, 1965 Royce Riley Oglesby, son of othy on with all coals of rcnllocttnn from local bUIlIne! e& I
L. Rhe- I ,
'tin mother Mrs. A. have soloed and have In rn.v
continues to protest: during cold weather. Mrs. with a six day march over Mrs. Altie Oglesby and the j.
last week In Macclcnny.NOTIC'H
She doesn't believe In wars Hall sail:! she appealed to; the 150 miles to Washington CHURCH SCHEDULES: late Mr. Oglesby, White-I( berg I .
Kingsley Lake Baptist -
"They're politically] Inspired welfare agencies at various' D. C. house. '

." ,- levels In Philadelphia, but "I I But she was not allowed to Sunday School. 9:43: a. m. The ceremony took placeIn .

The space program and the was aln-avB, given the runaround see President Lyndon B. Morning Worship 11 a. m. North Hakena Road Baptist :, 511.E OK HKHIPF"Notl "

country's foreign aid dHn't ." She said an appealto Johnson. She received only a Training Union. 6:15: p. m. I Church WhItehouse ,." l la hereby irlvtn' that .
Evening Worship 7:30.: Mid- I with the Rev. Oslo A. Boyd I, P. D. rujdlHh. sheriff of
escape) her scrutiny either her U. S. Congressmangot note delivered by one of the .
"We should take care of our the same results as did President's aides wishing! : her week Prayer Service, Wednesday pastor officiating. f char

own poor people first appeal to Gov. William well and expressing hope 730Rev.: Jim Rig- Given In marriage by her

"I believe in science! (: to a Scranton of whom she was that her situation would Im- don pastor. father the bride wore A bridal -

certain extent but I don't also critical. I I prove. Beulah Baptist: dress of white lace over 1 c 1-w}At

believe In throwing) away Unable to net cool any Of her support for Gov.( Sunday School. 10 a. m. taffeta with the lone sleeves 1 1IC

money like that," she says. other way Mrs. Hall said, Wallace for president Mrs. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. ending1 In tapered points over : 1 .

"If they have moray for he> was forced to beg on the Hall says "I think he'd (Wal- Training Un'o"' 8:30: p. rn. the hands. The scalloped :7oto05C

those things they should] streets for money so she lace 1 be better than what Evening Worship. 7.30. .Midweek neckline was enchanced with

we've got In there now." Prayer Service Wed- white pearls. She carried -
-- nesday, 7:30: p. m.-Rev. R. I a corsage of white car- iDk666

I L. Taggart: pnstorPERSONALS nations centered with a

I II : white orchid over IIwhh 1
If Mrs V. N. Oelscr nt Jacksonville Bible. Her shoulder length

f .! visited her mother. scalloped veil fell from a

I I I Mrs\ J. M. Bradley last Wednesday white rose head plea, STARKE

t i Daniel Oglesby. frrotherof

rt: t Mrs Richard Macheda and the bride nerved as best.man..
daughter: of Jacksonville vis- Out of town guests, rela- BUSINESS

t I ited Mrs. E M. Norton last tives of tho bride were

r. Saturday.Mrs. grandmother, Mrs. T. C. DIRECTORYAUTO
"<. I Fran Foster of Bar- Harkleroad grentprand- I, 1

I nard'. Vt. and MIM JamesBlackshear mother Mrs. Rena Quails L

l left Wednesday to uncle and aunt Mr. and

i spend a few days at Daytona Mrs. Tommy Harkleroad. REPAIRS ry +?
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Beach. cousin Miss Tenna Harkle-

I Mrs. F. O. Conner visited road: all of Bristol. Tenn. Earl's Garage

'i1rl her sister. Mis. H. B. ArnoldIn Relatives of the gloom; Mr.
II .Atlanta Oa. for a few and Mfrs. J Marlin] Colemanof ALL,.KINDS!'I OF

II days ]last week. Jacksonville, Larry and AUTO REPAIR WORK;

; q.i i in ittk I Jimmy Bradley and Randy Oxtcll of Harvey 111. All Work Guaranteed

daughters of Jacksonville were and Mrs. Ruth Mattox of Phone 06I-700S

Sunday guests of Mrs. J. M. Jacksonville and a host of So.' Walnut starke

I Bradley.] friends and relatives of
i The E. M. Norton family Whitehouse.
I IPc I
',I 'attended the funeral of Following the reception In AUTO. SERVICE
a IL Charley Oarrett.. last Sunday
the home of .the bride's parents -
,1l Gilbert S. Brown
afternoon at Macedonia the couple left on a

Church' near Macclennv. wedding trip down the state. .Standard OH service Station!
NOTICE: I regret that I NEW ARRIVALS ATLAS DISCOVER the ease of
A Bank Auto Loanis will no longer be able ..to
Mr. and Mra.Kenny,, Turner TIRES BATTERIES
write the)! Kingsley Lak news announce the arrIval'.of Budget Terms- Road Service electric clothes drying

another way for The Telegraph. Anyone their first child a daughter, Phone 964-7071

I who would like to do this Kcnnla Sherle born Monday: 407 N. Temple Stark
you can save money may contact The Telegraph/ January 30 at the Duval }..automatic Electric Cloth' Dryer ends weather worries and wanli-;

I I II or notify me.-Mrs. Norton.In Medical enter In. Jackson HURST'SS day drudgery.! : Pamper your clothe. 110 everything comes. out sort,
I fury! \ f""jh-nn jling.! Ideally suited for today'no-iron, no-prese niraclofchrtm
Immediate action and the money you can save : 1 I vine Maternal grandmother arid It'a cheaper tool!

by financing your next car or truck herewithone County Jinlve'N Court la.tnil is Mrs. Marie Case of Jack- Service Station Add to your joy of modern ;trio living with! the homeless"

of our clearly-stated! modern bank Auto Florliln.. For llrmiroril. l'nu..?, sonville are and Mr.paternal and Mrs.grandparents K. I Ga Oils Lubrication Four: Di>cr, Wanhor, "ait-down" Ironer, and nuper-fnnt-, sUDor-."fo
I 11 allol'. _
Loans-makes Auto Loan In ro Kdtut: of Delia I'ort- Goodyear Tires A Batteries JJ.ctricV.ter: ..
our the best for :
you. .. A. Turner of here.
vr dercnit'ilNCfTICK Co First Class See: your appliance dealer today
Come in and see. right nowl! I I : TO I'RKniTCma Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Manning 'I ROAD SERVICE
All creditor at the entitle of announce the arrival' ofa 391 nod lot Stark
Dolls .Porter. dernuaed, are .
hereby notified and ."'..ul,1, son. Mlllard Alexander, '
to rile) claim or demand.whleh METAL WORK ,
any born 31 at o-
FLORIDAOne I Tuesday January
they may have alraln..tanlll THERE'S NO MATCH F'Ofia..
I .vnuntv.tutu judge In the of office, Bradford of the the J. Hillls Miller Hospital THOMPSONSheet [$\FLAMELESS ELECTRIC... k Nljj

County Florliln, In I the court A clean Cr_ with 1M pair.LORI.DA .
:0 ; : ': noun.* at flla.t,... Florida. with. Metal Works ,
: : B'AN'K' iA' T( SIT'A'Rli.1 ,' ( in alx: calendar. month from I to law .
: Jnnnnry 18, 1987
the date of the flmt publication
of thl> notice Bach. realm OEOROE II. PIERCE ...,A11 Types Metal Work- .. POWER. & LIGHT COMPANY. .
nr demand moat he In writing George H. Pierce 'K...ld.nC
of the
of 30 Banks Florida National Group and mart .tat.. the ]place or Aw..nt of Myrtle Brandt Mo- Heat & Air Cond. H61.NQ IV/I.D FI.OItAr
>nce and post office ndtlreHN ri inn In. Rx: ,,cutrtx: of the KH-. Systems InstalledRd.
.f the. ...lalmanl. and moot t tI tat. nt Delia. Porter d..c.an..U.Flr .
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Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. I h. iworn to. hy the' ,claimant ..t publication January 16 E. Ph. 961-5723
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Keystone CommitteesAre Legion No Arrests Yet In Big Haul I r Three Held In Blue Pines Case


KEYSTONE HILITES .
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Hy Jim Fox NamedFifteen committees were From] Two Appliance Stores Here I ., ., To Be Tried On Other Charges


Please Phone In Your Items 4734148JR. I picked by Commander O. F.. ,
Hutchinnon at the regular Several leads are being pieces Into a waiting truck Mallah Tunstall, Earl Austin -I Springs. where he abandoned

meeting of American Legion checked but no arrest have r! ITieis said the TV' were C ,... and Henry Kennedy, I that car and stole another

yet been made in the theft floor-planned. and hence insured three men charged with attempted driving on to Jacksonville,
WOMAN'S
CLUB en, which Is concerned:! with Post 202 last Thursday ni ht. .' r __ __ _ -
Members of the Keystone cancer and the methods used District Commander Bob of approximately $3,500 by he company he buys: ____ robbery of the Blue where he was arrested and

to detect and cure this dis worth TV's radios and stereos from. The radios \vere on Pines Bar last fall will be reurned to Jail in Palatka.
Heights Junior Woman'sClub Jordan presented Billy Rose ___ I
have extended an Invitation ease. Mrs. Dorothy Farris a certificate of appreciation, from two Keystone coslgnment and he isn't sure L ___ __________________ i tiled in Clay County Circuit Kennedy, who rounds out

to the ladles of the publicity chairman for the : for serving as temporary Heights appliance stores during yet about their insured sta 1k s- Court on March 6 In connec- the trio. also has other

community to attend their Club, reports that this film commander of ,the newly organized the weekend. Jan. 28-29. tus.Redfearn's tion with breaking and entering charges ]pei/dlng/ against him

regular monthly meeting on has not been shown In this :! post. last fall. TV Service Center was hit' was entered by p charges at the William in other counties.
the hardest with the loss of breaking through a rear i Powell residence in
area by the American Cancer Three
Thursday night. Feb. 9, at ..5 women companion
E.: T. Martin member of :
a
7:30: p. m. In the Clay Electric Society.Dr. three color TV's. two black I door and, goods stolen valuedat :! Orange Park. The Orange of the men, who were arrest
Post 202. was guest speaker and white around 1200. Included In. Park theft took
sets, one console place just
the
of ed1 during
Oillliand investigation
Co-Op building. A special Charles B:,
talk
and gave an Interesting stereo and 13 radio All !the haul were sever usedTV's. prior to the Blue Pines inci-
; : Blue
feature of the Pines have
will be a film en- Gainesville will be present to on the operation of Clay '- case,
titled, "Time and Two Worn- answer questions related to Electric Cooperative. were new equipment. three new ones a L. __i dent.All been bound over to Circuit
Manager Joe Thels said stereo set and a couple of .
this subject. The regular three men are still being Court in Clay County on
Chairmen of the commit that small New Telegraph Correspondent At Work
thieves gained radios.
business meeting will be con- held In Putnam County chargs of possession, of stolen
tee were named as follows: by breaking out a It is believed that jail- two of them already
ducted after the him has f'lltrance'l both goods but no trial date ha
Americanism, James Mc- dow. They then Jobs were the work Mike Chitty Overcomes sentenced to terms
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS been presented and refreshments of the prison on been set. Sheriff O. J. Mur-

have been served. Eachern; Child Welfare. rear door to load same "professionals." I other charges arising from rhee Jr. of Clay County said

James Drew; Rehabilitation To Write ColumnSpunk their checkered careers. that the
Please be sure to mark thisdate Handicap women were found

on your calendarOn & Service, William Terry; nn Aful'_ holnir__.n _tnllnrf__n_ _In__ _PA__ in possession of some articles
Legion Home S. E. McKay; rvywvYyvvvyyyyyyyyyyv, requested to attend this I latka on the Blue Pines taken from the Powell homeat
Friday night, )eb. 17, House and Entertainment, is a four-letter Mike attended grammar
meeting.\ charges Tunstall released
was
Orange
Park.
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members of the Junior Club Fred Clark Membership.James word spelled M-I-K.E. school in Starke and was an
; MELROSE the Mens on bond and later
Sunday school arrested -
and their husbands will be Chesslngton; Security Mike Chitty that is. A student at the Jessie Ball
class of Elam Baptist ; In Duval County on
the guests of Mrs. Sandra Ray Chance: Sons of Legion Mike Is the son of Mr. and DuPont Orthopedic School In
Church held their charges of STYLE
class att.h.l1ome armed robbery.
Moore of Melrose. This will Art Wheeler: Flnanc" and 87 Bally lbbanDr Mrs. James Chitty of Indian Jacksonville for 3'i years, NELL'SHiway
MELROSE He returned to Putnam
of Mr. Mrs. was
and R.
be the club's social gatherIng Audit Richard Murrhee: Beach Lake Santa Fe. He Is returning to receive his high SHOP
UA. .4"" "" '" M. Cason! last Sunday. Their County jail and has since 21 Melrwe
for this month.SUCCESSFUL Ceremonial and Color Guard, handicapped by cerebal pal school diploma at BHS in
PastOr.Rev James been sentenced to two and
Fiiik a
was
SALES Duplicate winners last sy, but don't let that fool
Tom Bryant; Athletics Wll- guest teacher.PERSONALS 1966.He half for his part in
BUSINESS FOR GIRL SCOUTS Ham% Poppell; Newsletter week: .1st place Mm Ray you. Mike swim, fishes, types his column, somewhat the Blue years Pines case, to which

Girl Scouts of Troop 21, George Kauffmann; Public Becker and Mrs. Phil Kro- writes short stories and poetry laboriously, by meansof The
John Regan of Outnesville he pleaded' guilty. He will
which Includes 38 girls in the Relations, A. B.: Anthony; mer. 2nd place-Mrs. Emery His newest undertakingis a metal T-stlck with still be
and Mr. and tried in Green CoveSprings
DIRECTORYAuto Keystone area, are pleased! Legal Myron Prevail. Cooper and Mrs. R. P. Vogh.3rd of Detroit Mrs. HarryBradley Mich. turning out the Indian which he strikes the keys in and possibly also in ; Lady

with results of their cookie : place Mrs. W. j. Qrollck: Beach column for The Telegraph a fast moving hunt-avid-peck

Sales &: Service sales. The girls were able to and Mrs. J. W. Strawn. 4th stopped by Saturday evening each week assisted by system. It's the same methodhe Duval County. Who

sell over 1.200 boxes of assorted place, Mrs. Roland Bryan for a. visit with Mr. and 'his mother as news-g".therer. devised for doing his Austin has, been sentenced I:

SPRING MOTORSComplete cookies during their Communist infiltration withIn and Mrs. J. P. Vose.CHURCH Mrs. R. M. Cason. The Brad- According to friends and homework in school. to five years on a larteny of' 4., Cares '
our own country. At the leys are enroute to Tampa
automobile in Alachua
who Mike has liked charge -
neighbors, are some always
recent campaign. They will NEWS
Service & Part TorVOLKSWAGEN completion of his speech the for a visit with relatives.Mr. County. He I
severest and his escaped \
be distributing these cookieson Friday at 10 times a correspondent's writing imaginativeshort Open Mon., thru Sat.
floor will be for discus a. m. World
open and Mrs. Raymond from the Putnam
crIticshe's doing a stories in high school County
"If It'. For A VolkswagenWe wish Saturday to thank, Feb.their 18.friendsand They sion.This Day of Prayer-Union Services Wesley of Balnbiidge, Oa. good job. left. fellow students asking jail stole another car in Pa- I Also Thursday EveningsCall '
Is of vital Interest at Elian* Baptist
a topic .
Have It. neighbors who were so visited with relatives Sunday. Mike closes his column for more. Right now he has latka, drove to Green Cove
Aivay Plenty of Oood T/Md to all of us and we Church and Monday. of Melrose 475-5285
in their donations. each week with a bit his goal set on taking Journalism
Volkswagens In Stock generous DUPLICATE BRIDGE urge all of our citizens to at- Melrose Methodist is holdIng E.: W. Easterllng and children homespun poetic philosophy courses at junior college For Appointment

(]neD Cove Spring Z84-9Z99 tend. a Covered Dish Supper spent the weeken.j via- that shows a keen insight In Gainesville, and judgIng Is our Sunshine Lady for the ,

We would like to make a TEEING OFF Sunday Feb. 12. Come at 9 I:30 lung with Mr. sterlings': into human natu.'o for a by past performance Fellowship Club, and Is secretary .

BEAUTY SHOP correction concerning the Last Thursday" the ladle P. m., eat at 8:90.: Bring :your parent in Gainesville also young man of 19 years. Mike should make the grade. : of the Board of Stewards I

winners on Thursday night, of the Keystone Height friends neighbors) and covered spent Home time with his of the Community Church. She '

KEYSTONEBEAUTY Jan. 26. Mrs. Anna. S. James Woman's Golf Association\ dishes. brother-in-law Glynn Roth- I* a moat faithful person to SCHEDULE ,

reports that the winners of participated In a nine-hole Sunday Feb. 19 at '7 p. m. hammer and Chester Wesley.Mr. Mrs. M.\. J. Hayrres.: thoM who are ill, so let uft OF SERVICES

SHOP North and South tables were "blind.bo.jle" tournament, at there will be a worker's con- and Mrs. C. R. Wesley Mr. and 'iMrs. M. A. Schroeder make her know the score of '

Edith Johnson. Own** Mrs. H. T. Dent and her our club. A hidden score determined ference. Miss Tyree. director accompanied them home fora NEWS NOTESBy are enjoying a visit from. Mrs. friends and well-wIshers that PARK

Personal daughter, Mrs. R. A. Hol- by a member whois at First Church Methodist in week's stay., They sic the Emma Holschuh. of Queen's she has by sending a shower of the

& Creative llngsworth. Winners of East not participating I in the Gainesville, will be here to parents, of Mrs. Easterling. Helen Rgim Village Long Island, N. Y. of: cards this weekend. Send ,

Hair Styling and West tables were Mr. tournament] is established t assist in our church-school: Sunday. February 12 Virginia Mr. and :Mrs. James Black- them to (Keystone Heights, I PALMSSUNDAYS

tadlvMual Beauty Car.* and Mrs Gordon Adams. before the ladies atari:; their work. The District Director Ford and Gary Koles OLDER PERSONS CENTER mer of Wantoma, Wls. have returned and Bob will be the carrier.

Every: Form of Beaaty Culture Eight tables of players round of golf and the person ot Children's work will also will be married at El lam 20 meet to their mobile homeat Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Larson
On Joint
a
competed last week The Is closest to this January Lake Geneva fort the winter. and son, Brad, attendedthe A.M. 7:30 P.M.
who 11:00
Open ToM.-Sat. I 9-S; be here. All church-school Baptist at 3 p. m. Everyone of the Older Persons Club -

Closed Monday winners of North and South score Is declared the winner teachers and officers, present ; ((4, ,invited. Reception at in ing the Gainesville area was House guests of Mr. and Mrs. annual National Mobile THURSDAYS

Keystone: Height 475-460 tables were Mrs. Faye Miller It should be noted that the and potential, are urgently Woman Club.Weekend held to discuss establishmentof Arnold Larson at Lake Geneva [Home Show In Louisville, Ky. 7:30: P.M.

and Louis Kyle; East and ladles use their handicaps guest ol Rev.. a center for the purpose lost week were Mr. and Mrs.. I FUNDAMENTALBIBLE \ '
West winners were Mrs. Hardy are un William Due of Jacksonville
that they
and also Mr.
and Mrs. Al Steaurt were house
BOATS !MOTORS;;; of serving as a clearing
and Mrs. Rice. aware of the hidden score.Winners lived in Maryland. and Mrs Dana Panaro of for Information about health, Ill. TIlE RIGHT POINT for' the I TEACHING
The Duplicate Bridge Club for the tournament Mrs. Steaurt'a Dr. and IMrs. Robert W. held
BILL'S MARINESALES Mr. and Mrs. Don Morganwere Stewart. Parents welfare, tax: and Insurance way you write Com In and All Services In The
which, la sponsored by the were as follows: lift place. ,. Janet and Mike: the matters etc. for older persona Bolwell of Washington, D. C. I
& SERVICE Club 2nd guests of Mr. and Mrs. and select :youfavorite ESTER-, Congenial AtmosphereOf
Keystone Woman's Mrs. Fran Chesslngton; Bteaurt's children. accompanied In tho community.The are guests of Mr. Mr* .
"The Fun Fleet's In" meets every Thursday at 7:30: place Mrs. Lucille frtarnes; Leville Richardson of Jacksonville their grandparents next meeting of this J. Stanley LaCoste. Dr. Bolwellis BROOK fountain pen. TELE The Lounge.

Chrysler Lone Star Boats p. m., at the Masonic Hall. and 3rd place, Mrs. Louise at the annual Rev1er'o home for a week new council will be held at dean of the Graduate, Councils GRAPH. I I

Chrysler MotorsService WOMAN'S CLUB . .. Gallop. Ball, which was held at Mr. and Mrs. Albert Scho- 10 a.m., Feb. 17, at 555 S. E. of Washington University.Mr. .
& Parts for of the Jacksonville Coliseum. and Mrs. William Reed
I Club the
The Woman's After the tournament eneman'a grandchildren Dor- 5th. Ave. in Gainesville. Anyone -
All Outboard I Keystone Heights will have a ladies went to the home of 8N Robert ,McCUntocJcin othy and Stevle Svoboda of interested in attendingfrom celebrated their 43rd wedding

Corner Rte. 21 St 28 I special guest speaker, Mrs. Mrs. Mlttle Haynes for their of Orlando, and his Gainesville were weekend the I'Keys tone area pleaaa anniversary on January 29.

Melrose 479-4857 I Albert Huth, who Is State monthly luncheon and business friend Graham Heller of Columbia guests. Their other set. of call this reporter. 473-4748. Ruby is improving nicely and C. C. COOK

President of the Florida Fed- meeting. Both old and S. C.. wera recent grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.B. COMMUNITY CHURCH feeling much better since her BEST BUYS!
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill at the Medical Center -
PLUMBING eration of Women's Clubs. new rules of the club were J. Svoboda ot Daytona The Church Women' Circle check-up

at their next business meetIng discussed at this time. Also. Slmeral of Lake Biooklyn, stopped by for a visit and, to will meet on January 20 with last week. They plan to AUTO SALES
The two men are presently visit relatives in Ocala soon.
ANNOUNCING 14. for hostesses: Schroe-
on Feb. plans were coordinated pick tip the grandchildrenand the following
Openingof New It is hoped that all members the "Rebel 3,000 tournament, stationed at Mayport. on the deliver them to their der Circle at the home of Mrs. Mrs. Irene Schrlener of S

PLUMBING & REPAIR SHOP and their friends will be which will be held on March USS Blgelow Their ship left parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Barn John Hlmble with Mrs: David Gainesville spent last weekend Hlway 100. Keystone Heights
with Mr. and Mrs.( C. J. Till-
Your Door Tuesday for Viet Nam.
To 1:30
this distinguished : p.m.
co-hoateas
present to welcome 3rd and 4th. ard J. Svobodla in Gaines Nelson as
United Plumbing The week Mr. and t Mrs. Wally Muhl- Circle at 1:30: with Mrs. '
speaker. of thIs Bird man.William
Monday
On hofer were visiting with ville. 'Mrs. Fran Reynolds, Sr. Is en- 66 GMC Pick-Up, Short Wheel Base
meeting will start promptlyat Pro Los stephenson and Lt. Col. E. R. and Mrs. Jack Haberitroh
Inc. i friends in Ft. Lauderdale Laffasaee Joying the hospitality of the Very clean 8,000 miles seatbelts
Municipal co-hostess.
at the the club els Egan I
2 p. m. three members of Simmon's son, Jim is expected C. J. Tlllmans with whom he
Harry H. Goodwin Building. Mrs. May Henderson, Mrs. last week 'home and several of his Circle, 1:30: with Mrs. Sarah has 'been living since the Ilrat I back-up lights, windshield I I

Owner &: Pl'elld..ntNew THREE FINALISTS Preda Wyman. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ty Gather oftelaon's friends. from the Stetson McDonald, Mrs. Floyd Koona of the washer heater .. $1695
Coiwtructlon. PlumbingRepair SELECTEDThe In point made a quick Beam Circle, 1:30. year. I
HAVE BEEN participated will be co-hostess.
Aiken. They
Vesta University. Rev. and /IMrs. A. E. Rather!
*, Electric Sewer andSink Heights held trip: to Mobile Ala.: last at home of the leader in Lake I
Cleaning? Machine, Drain Keystone to an- the Pro-Am tournament and weekend. On their return spending several days with Geneva Trailer Park. Howe will leave soon for an extended: i '62 OLDS Star Fire, Two-Door
happy Golf
Club is
Lions Mayport Another son. Rica
at the the Simmons. visit to Costa and Pana
Line Cleaning.PHONB in trip, they visited overnight Circle, at 0:30: a.m., with :Airs.
nounce the three flnalsts Club. Before the Ed Jr. ha left for school in Rev. Rather spent 16 I
473-4416 Country : ma. years '
"PeaceIs with friends in Tallahassee, J. A. Williams Mrs. Danny 60 IMPALA 4-Door With AirAll
Rt. 1, Box 289 their essay contest I tournament, the ladles were i Cornell Dun. 2*. Knox Ky. for National Nlghten- In missionary work lor the ,
Fla. Attainable." They are. inalphabetical with a fashion Mr. and Mrs. This isMs Maples_ _co-hosteHS.. .. In both of these I
Height, entertained Basic Course. Church of God
Keystone Guard "6 D Power_ .. __ __
friends when they both lived Bebeccas 8 p.m.,
CONCRETE Linda Mathls. and John Mc- latest styles In golf apparel.We in Aruba, commissioned In the National 'Mr Bridges.. Richard Lovorn.The they will visit Mr. and Mra I '62 CHEVROLET II NOVA,
Grath. The three finalists have the results After Fluegge's married
do not Guard last summer. Steward. will Henry
,
Schu- Board of
Hawthorne Concrete and their parents have been of this tournament, but will Mr. and Mrs. Henry, two months at Ft. Knox he on Febiunry daughter, and family, who are I 2-Door Hardtop Real Sharp.
entertaining 7:30
ber of Clover Lane are meet at : p.m.
invited to the next Lions make mention of this In next will re-enter the Universityof educational building. doing missionary work there.
house guests this 10 In the
& Supply, Inc. meeting on Monday Feb. week's column. Florida. Sunday Mrs. Mary Carewe of Hudson
week, ?in and Mrs. Frederick Change of time: The PHONE 473-4936
REDI 13, at which time the order CHANGE IN MASS of Union N. J. Happy Birthday to Linda School hour will be frt>9\ 9:40: 188S., a former Kejstoner -

MIX of finish will be announcedand Fr. Edward A. KirbY parish Brenckman home last Rothhanvner Carol Roth- to 10:40 a.m., as ot Kubruary l is spending the winter at
Loraine Dey was
awards presented. priest of St. Williams has hammer, and Loretta Carol White Feather Court.

CONCRETE Chairman E. L. Jones, of announced the change in weekend from FSU. Ctvamblee this week.A 14. 12 la Boy Scout (Mr. and Mrs. Vern Tuttlo

Hwy. 20 W. Hawthorne of the Florida Lions Found- mass schedules. beginning Ronnie Homer son of Mr. Bake Sale will be held at Sunday.February All Scouts an] Cubs of Arkansas are vacntknlng;

481-2032, 2031 ation for the Blind Committee this Sunday. The Sunday and Mrs. Marvin Homer Naval recently the Post Office. Feb. 18, at In and around Keystone will In Keystone Heights while residing -
to the
\ wishes to thank! those mass will be offered here at returned 9 a. m. sponsored by the attend the Community Church at Villa Plumosa. I
Maine.
; Electrical Sale &: ServiceYeoman's : who have already contributed 11:45: a. m. We are not certain base In Dorothy Brunswick Johnston Trinity Episcopal.Mr. at the 11 a.m. service. Mr. and Mrs. H. E.: Van-! (

to the foundation. This as to the other change Mrs. and Mrs. Wm. D Isen- The Board of Trustees haveannounced Landingham of Tallahassee AT

Electrical money will be used to In lenten devotions however, and son. Daryl. were visiting hower'j guest last Sunday the following( appointments spent a few days recently at \

maintain the eye banks at this will be listed in the friends, Mr 'and Mr. Robert were Mr. and Mrs. Ray : E. A. Rush ton, Villa Plumoaa while visiting '. WT
Sales & Service Miami several later Rhlnesmlth. of Cocoa Beach vice their new grandson, born Jan-
Gainesville and church directory at. Welch and Howey and Barbara chairman; Marvin Homer YOURBECK

Prlgldalre AppUaaoM clinics, and other sight date. last weekend, of Gainesville. Mrs. Edna chairman; Mrs. WillIam Beam, uary 22 to their son-in-law
'HelM Wallace has returned Mr. and Mrs.Myron I
Mrs. and daughter
Washer conservation clinics. Mr. REPORTThe Jacksonville House and
May t&t CIVIL DEFENSE Powell of Jr., secretary.
her after
Zenith and Motor*]* TV Jones asks that checks be following rescue operatlons ,' to home. < visited with the Isenhowers Grounds Committee: J. Miller Prevatt Jr. I
at St.Vincent' Viola Gilson of Walden
Mrs. ,
Heater out to the "Florida In during undergoing eye surgery E. Bon-
Slegler made were assisted Sunday, also. Wrinkle, chairman J.
Hospital in Jack- N. Y. stopped for a short visit I I.N1lh
.. O. Box 1M ....,.. Lions Foundation" or to the1ey8tone January by the Clay that We hope thse girls a ner Robert S. Hendry. Finance ) Haberstroh. last
glad the Jack
I'll'J5..2'7J' '" Heights. Lions. I rjnuntv civil Defense unit: sonville. We are speedy recovery from accidents -I Committee: Albert Bach.mann, I ,

Club," rather tnan airecuy Dec. 30, first aid for woman her operation Was a success. occurred recently: Judy chairman, Roy I.. Bridges, Mrs. week. Alexander. AND
wish her a speedy recovery .Mr. and Mrs.
to the eye bank. This will Jan. 2. first aid and we broken ankle David Nelson. Co-ordinating .
NURSERY with stroke: McOrath: a Stewart of Ballston Spa N.I IV. I
ena'b. > your local club to en- for man with dog bite! Jan. after falling off a horse. Committee: Marvin Homer of the I

O.C. Carnes NurseryHlwar roll you as a member of the 6. fire on Highway 100 east: Last Friday,entertained Mr. and Mrs at Carol Chlapplnl torn ligaments chairman; Robert S. Hendry, Harlow. were Fullers recent at rguests Ic CALL!!

foundatIon.. for your contr- Jan. 18 man with. head InJury Roy Tyre In one ankle at basketball and Mrs. David Nelson 1 Palms :Mr. park-Of..the-\( I
100. Florahom their home with a fish fry ,
of Stark butlon of one dollar cr more. ; Jan. 21, fire on Highway included Mr. and Mrs., practice, and Vivian, ,CIUCKEN- DINNER Fuller's brother.
23 Miles SE Forward your contribution I 21 north: Jan. 29. acci- Guests Womble sprained her left Th; W'trallta Club will I TQ""' -
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Stock Thousands Paul Tyre and son. Mat Mr. Mrs. A. Bratnerd has
Nursery to E. L. Jones or to any I dent at Paradise Point: Jan. wrist over the weekend.Mr. sponsor a fried chicken dinner A.
Plants it Fruit Mrs. C. E. Mitchell and moved to I. new residence in I
of and er
Keystone Heights Lions. 30. fire on Highway 100 west. and Mrs. Arthur R. on Feb. 18 at the Masonic A savings account is like Aladdin's
from. Nice: and Mrs. Everett Fox Manor Retirement Village -
choose Mr.
Trees to NATIONAL SECURITYTO and fire at Keystone .ir- Wheeler guests! for. a couple Hall for benefit of the building Wesley Jacksonville. Mrs. John Limp, except that you don't even haveto
Trees Evergreen and Jim. In
Shade BE TOPICColonel son of months.. is Art's sIsterand fund. Serving from 5:30: ( to 7 rub itt r It places at Instant command
& landscape Plants. All of port.Remember David Schaeffer 2 Is at. Strange cousin of Mrs. David your
Wlllam N. Boas your Rescue husband..Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge p.m., adults 91.23 children under
after. to the the benign "genie" of ready
In containers Plant any- of Florida. She- home with his family centi.FER.SONA Nelson plans occupy money
the University numbers: Oardenman of Shellsburg 12. 75
time. Camellia & azalea who Is the head of the Air Unit riff phone office Green Cove graduating from the Naval Iowa. The Oardenman' are Lit BraInerd home, moving here to get you what you want to have,

Let do your landMapinc! Hydraulic School in Mem- from Eustls. to take where want to to
us Force ROTC program and 284-3379: Orange the' United States In you you go
Springs member: touring- Mr. and Mrs. C. S. O'Brien Mr. and /iMra. Houston Drls-
684-218S He U
Phone Tenn. a
coordinator of military departments police department. 264- of phis.the Naval Reserve Program !their own toraUer.SJ1Ilpathy recently enjoyed a visit from coil have returned from a three meet any unexpected emergency. Open a

will be the gueat 9612; and d> director; Ray Jacksonville.Last to the fimtly of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Libby of months vacation in California! savings account here NOW I
of
USED CARS speaker at the regular Chance in Kevstone at 473- week the Jack Su1lvan. !- Chuck Read 18, who passed Bayfield, Wis. Overnight guestsof and Hawaii.

monthly' meeting of tho Key- 42flO or 473-4851. hadas away fast Friday, February the O'Briens were Mr. and Mrs. Elva Scott has returned
of Nelson' Point
Hanks Used Cars stoe Heights PTA on Thurs- HERE N THERE their guestlif, Sulli 4. Mrs. Percy Deck of Euclid: after a week of hospltallzatlon. KEYSTONE STATE BANK

BIG CASH DISCOUNT day. Feb. 15. The meeting Mr. and Mrs. George La- the Rt. Rev.W Ohio. the former home of the and 1. feeling much. Improved.Mrs. .
van'slncle,
TERMS will be held at 8 p. m. In the Rue recetly returned from a of O'Briens. Robert Ferrell 1* still Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla.
'gr, Joseph O'Connor Adjustable Vinyl Book
school cafetortum. visit with Mr. and Mrs. CMIss Mary Haynes of Dayton hospitalized. Her son. Harvey
TRADE .
BUY SELL Watervllet. N. Y.. and Mr*
: Col. Boas will discus: ma- Donal Erskine of Ft. Lauder- Cover. AH she II) eenU ea. Forden of West Hartford. "Your Friendly Bank
, 90 Ohio Is visiting her brother
Rt. t Box Sullivan's cousin. Charles ,
, jor Issues and factors related dale. The two families: were at The' Telegraph. Conn made a jet flight to see In Your Friendly Community:1THE :
Hwy. 100 Mile 8. Stark national security with when they Lodge and Mrs,. _Lodge _of ,and slater-ln-taw Mr. and
to very close friends Ills\ mother last weekend. Amy 1
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nitinFonn COUNTY TEtKonArn; STAHKE. FLORIDA
TWELVE I'
la Count? Judn-Vn Court. InAnil TUB: IMOHT POINT for the

vyvyvyvy' Everyone enjo3'ed dinner Garner of Starke. visited 11 a. m. 7:30: p. m. [nursery I fur nrmlfurd County.Florida. Reject year favorite ESTER-

cake and ice cream. Nell's sister Mrs. Dronla: I open 1.Sunday 1. Let's GoGardening NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Tn re.: Mmntn. of r I.,.o Pt',rryinuii, BROOK fountain pen. TELJB-
Daughter and Partin over the weekend. School, 9:45: a. m. Dnvlri, cloi'. ......'iMHHM way you writ. Com la aailGRAPh.
Freeman COUNTYKKCKEATIOV ,
INDIAN BEACH I CITIZENS OF BRADFORD 'I'.) u.i.'roI.eAll
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son of Jacksonville and the Mrs. Partin Is a paitlent! in (nursery open]. Training UavIon. I. oriidltorn. nf tliu t...iute orIjn .

usual Lutgen company went the North Carolina Cancer 6::3D p. m r rnwmory' open J I I Ferryinitn Puxln., dnMiicilarn -
mid 1'1'i
Lake Sante Fe) Rev. Lawrence Carroll St. hereby notlfli'iK
( 914 Oak
fibbing over the weekendand Institution. ': White. ed to rile tiny i u'in Inn.* or IIPmnnilN -
11. caught 30 or mor-j specs. Mrs Vera 0weartngton is pastor. In City League basketball CHURCH NEWS I Which. they. ) uniy .hnnnvuliixt CUHlfled Ad in the TELEGRAPH -
Mlnhaol Chltty '
By In th" -
mild entnte'
Ph. 42171AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4% Bill called home from: Duluth now working at Grants' In Editor last Saturday morning the Pleasant Grove Methodist rue ..C tile, county Jutlxii of brines reaults.

Minn. and told the Gainesville.Mrs. *....."' ..,, By Ilervey Sharpe, Dragons won, two games I In the Church, Rev. H. P. Hudson Bradford County. Fiorina. In.

Lutgens he was jealous] ot D. W. Carpenter and:! Florida. Agricultural Kx senior division by defeating; the pastor The pastor. officers the .courthouse within "I 111.it onlnr.cUr stiirkFlorida. '

U"al'm weather He said her sister Mrs. Helen Walker tension, Service Celtics by a close.acore of( 33- and members are grateful to months I from the JetO (>1' th
friends I hope <>
C: :: :13.
: ; ( ;B3iraii4
of it. "warmed up" to( six below of Jacksonville were visIting Bayless Hiwav 31. Arthur Williams was highpoint everyone who helped In the flint I"bll"ltl I t Inn of IhlM l notltffRuth \:1 : nee town
I you al) had as nice a winners ilnliii, or demand must b* ..... ,
for the last wet wonctio' tfM
man. of Annual Day
In Valdosta Ga on tilt
success
state ,
I weekend we did. Spendingthe zero last week. In; wilting untl must aa Don't toss our tna pot 01 while Bobby' aDd Pout of DaY. -SONU. ...
with 14 points
rvvldenue
Sunday. plaou <>r ....
familyof Sunday. .
( d with Chlttys Sunday The James Kinchen for Or. Mr*. O. 1:. CroubTMr. holiday pulruetcia when the Williams, had 22'for the loser reports are as follows: flea Rl it The
like all the Well that wraps) up the )
I were Mr and Mrs. Roy E] Jacksonville ...."". ". moist bit sworn. to by I II
daughter rest of our part-time neighbors this week. I would like to last! leal drops and, tne final In the second gram the JunIor Ret. Thomas DeSue' andcongregation. ,flahnant his agent or his at-
Crenshaw and red, bract droops atop a defeated thai Junior I or" It will lL-ciinu vuiilacrtirtiinw 52i Jb4 "
Dragons/! Hastings reported torney :
if I \
I Joan who brought her boyfriend were down enjoying our make a suggestion, may !\ and Mrs. R. J. Crosby of 129. I 1, ti> ,taw
Blllj Bourse, also ?ir. lovely weather last weekend. -all you people get cut and were visiting her brother-In. spaghetti-like stem. Celtic by a score $25. Rev. Levy Lennon January, Uth 1007. .

| and Mrs Tttny' Ball and son I James and Joan Mceks of visit a. friend this week law, and sister Mr. and Mrs. Like a red-headed maiden Edward Smith led 6 the winnersIn and congregation Lake Butler |1R4! Iielor I of Ferryman the Entnte' Rlt..b.Execut..lx of Lee. &.i ,
with points.
Shawn all of Gainesville.Aftejncon .! Jacksonville, are our new they'll be glad you did. Waverly Webber in, Jacksonville without makeupthe plant scoring $23.23. The contestants. t'urrymun Jill vi... tleuoutfdKirBt ,1. 1
be revitalized into a In thd third game, the Dragons January,
guests Included: i weekend neighbors living in LEEON'S CORRNER Sunday.Mr. can Miss L. Mack reported $50 vuDlttiutton.

Mirhnel Howard, Hubert and a: trailer on Little. Sante Fe. "Them Drop-Outs" : and Mrs. R. B. Crosby marvel of beauty with proper were victorious In down-of Miss V. Covington $110 and THOMAS tilth.: Itlfl7.: PIMHOB,: I1O1ESFURNITURE
score
Hawks by a
them drop-outs. and children treatment. in R-; the and Mrs. J. W. Bitch Tomple Ave.stark. .
Talma Mr. and Mrs. They were down last \ieekend Look at and Annette Pad- Mr. 203-B/ North CO.
Chlttjr. kool. The' plant will show brilliant 43-33. Ross ChoAdler and Ar- donation of $10 for i ., rild..
Buck Olxon. Mr. am Mi's.Eugene cleaning UP 'their beech for They think they're gett and Danny Graves attended shared highpoint gave a 1119 4t 21k
Williams
Matthews, Miss (the summer. Joan's slater Ooofln' off all the time wrestling matches in color next winter If you thur the same cause. Clarerce De- 1200 8.Kdgewoml Avs, 380-460
Knocking their school. Jacksonville Saturday night. lollow these tips from, Dr. B. honors with 8 points !Su' reported $?21 01 from Jacksonville, Florida 32103
Mi de Mlddleton. Mrs. W. E. qnd family were down help- Clarence Williams Jr. A Classified Ad In the TELK-
each.
Mii: 'leton all of Staike.Alons ingthem.. The Meeks' pur- Thnv were In school once. M.". (Marcus) |pl\1er)'\ and W. McElwee, Agricultural I fop the los- members and friends. Total GRAPH. brings result 1
was high pointer .
the with James' But they wouldn't ao their Mrs. Billy Joyner and baby jLXicn&icu aervlce nortlcul-I raised, $391.56 Clarence

thf'r: daughter with the Mrs.Dixons Pat Don-was chased father. John place M. Meeks. and work. wero transacting: business in tur-'fit.! era with 12.Coaches for. these 'teams are .,...._"",'...._. .,"u' .h..a"_.....-.".. .M'n'-- .-. COnv--._

rather learn how Jacksonville Thursday. ril"8t.: store the pot plant co-chairman.
later. They'd Ington,
aln of Gainesville. plnn to build a home Chandler. Richard,
Mr. and 'Mrs. Peto Medelras and All In an out-of-the-way Harrington Allen Chapel AME
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Jerk. Greater
To be a pro
ana Mrs.. A Barrows .\11'. ana: Mrs. Mac Mcoowan Chandler and Jesse McLeod.
They work all night, and twins of Perry were visiting piuca ttiut bAgel About It until ,I Church Rev. L. A. Oampson
and Chuck of Jacksonville -
ot Jacksonville: have son Mr. Jackson is grateful to the
all day. their parents. Rev. and about the middle 01 Sunday School, 10 a.
And they work pastor.
brST down this put week spent the weekend coaches and players for the
MeL Dave (Medelras!\. recently.Mr. March. Thom-
time. Walter
wnrk all the with Supt.
prr-' -mn' tlielr cottage for with\! the Jack Miller family They fine cooperation, displayed.: m. thanks
and Mrs. Charles New- ,
careless treatment Is Serv-
fut T* nermanent reeidency.T'h They were Joined Sunday by For hardly any pay. Ulila These games will be played is In cha'-ge.'/ Morning
They oould get a goal job. mans and children of Gainesville Intended to hibernate the ice, 11 a. m. with Junior
W L Bunco family Mr. and Mrs. Don Thorn and I. each Saturday at 9 a.m. in. the
education. and Mrs. Vernon Taylor /plant; during the frosty days In charge. The
Andy' of Gainesville, andJack's With a good RJE .. Church
held a surprise birthday dad, Clayton. Miller, With over-time. sick pay, of Jacksonville were visiting while the shriveling top feeds gyro.The Reno Recreation team speaker. will be Mrs. Sarah
party for their son Bucky'sflanC't vacation. their parents, Mr. ana Mrs. !the sleeping roots.Don't Evening service, 8 p.
Miss Brenda: Wllkln and they all enjoyed a bar- And even paid Lois Newmans ]. will travel to Gainesville tonight Morris.! MOST
Sunday.
becue. So don't be a drop-out. water the dormant (Thursday) to play the m.. message by Rev. Sampson -
I of Gainesville. Enjoying the Rev. Dave !Mcdelraa and
Nick and Virginia Strndns Don't be a fool. plant. Gainesville Boys Club. The
Brenda's 'mother Larlnda SINCERELYILUSSELL
affair were daughters, Janice and ,
''' Do your work. But so it won't dry out too will record The District Conference of
Mrs. 'were down at their cottage Reno team carry a
hind stepfather. Mr. and and Sue Crosby were visitingIn
J mcs Bra it* skie in a cool dry place. held Wednesday
va{ ;
d..s sister Barbara:' Ann or and Mrs. O. E. Crosby gamed.The
mer.Mr. Under the back porch la an will be Feb. 8-9. at
home Thursday
John- next
Gr Inr yule Bucky's grandmother : and Mrs. HRroM were attending to business In : game
Mrs. Stltchberry, ,*in were out trying to make High Springs ''Saturday. ideal place. it you live on a Tuesday night Fete: 14, against Greater Allen Chapel.; GREEN

and his aunt Mrs.: Millie 1 us think:: that summer: Is J I Mr. and Mrs. Bud Alvarez. concrete slab try storing the Keller High School of Plan' have been for the

Smith of Keystone Heights.. here. While they were here Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sapp and sleeping plant in that shady clenny at 7:30.: Mac-I I Youth Day Drive to terminate -

1 they drowned a few wormsMr children and J. M. Dyer at- coiner of the carport. 1 Mr. Jackson Is on March 12. All members -

and Mrs. Oscar :Morrli: _IntertlemonlnatlonalCommunity tended the circus In Jacksonville When spring comes, ten-, basketball. fans to come out are asked to please cooperate -'

were In Eustls over the! week- Church Di recently.Mr. derly awake the plant by and cheer the boys to ''Vic with your captains!

end visiting Mrs. Morris'" parents minister Mrs and !Mrs. Ronald Blvlns sloughing of! the dead top tory. to make this effort a sue- .
A C Holt;, :
flORiD A and spec fishing.; Canova. organist!! and children of Jacksonvillewere and placing1 the roots In anew SCHOOL NEWS
George
Mr. and Mrs. [Red I Neal Sunday School. 9:30: a. m Sunday guests of MI' and bed of rich soil. You can Founders Day will be cele- cess.Church of God In Christ.

u7ht several nice bass Mrs. Clarence Blvins.HAMPTON. grow the new plant In last William pastor. GET CASH
f Mornlnir: Worship.:! 11 a. m brated by the PTA on Sun Elder D. R.
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season's'pot( but the
THEATREWeekdays Sunday afternoon.The both hours) pclnset- day. Feb. 12 at 3 p. m. In the The sensational blind gospel
lake has been loaded I iNuroarv open .TTY.""' ......... tie will be; happier If you set RJE school cafetorlum. All singer. Prof H. O. Bongs of IMMEDIATELY

with boats every day. and Presbyterian it In the soil where it can members and friends are Invited Port canton: Ohio will appear II a a

S"l'wthn 7 from what I hear most of Faith Presbyterian Churcn Ilex Its roots. better than In to attend. Speaker for at the church on Saturday -

Sunday 3:06 Saturday 1 them are having good luck::, -Rov J. R. Neale.'h. mlnf the confines of a pot. the occasion will be Jesse Feb. 18. at 8 p m.

Betty Griffin of Griffin's r-wl vW.. A W'*Uu'!. organist By l\ln. Mary Williams If you did not get a. gift Moore. principal of Anderson The public Is cordially invited -

WED. thru SAT. Lodge reported that they hada ; Mrs. Carl Swisher. of polnsett'ns lor' Christmas, Junior High at Lawtey.. to attend. Admissionfree. r $25 TO $600

FEB. 8-11 heavy crowd over the summer organist. .& & &&& & &&_ it is easy to establish) plant- SORORITY NEWS .
weekend and that everyonewas inns of the holiday ornamental -
Sunday School. 9.44: m.
Delta Sigma Zeta Chapter .
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Beherns
Double Feature Prof1'8m! catching fish. They had War811 11 a m I by purchasing potted
,
Morning p. Phi Beta. sorority In
Zeta
of Cnurt.
In County .liitlw* *
of J. visIting HAVE.Too
Princeton N. were sioclc from YOU
catches of a local nursery- DO .
several very good Sunday. (Nurwy open both Gainesville. presents Evereejimerson Anil Kir llra.l4..d CitnutrKlorl.ln.
I Mrs. Beherns' tiother- man. However some green _, .. .
specs. L uo.
ExtraordinaryEntertainment \ ) Mr. and Mrs. Oeorie Oar- hours J JEpi anri aitu ala gg!.,.0r..lntnur., '" ,-", .sas.r.A ali- thumb operators feel tbat ciarn or me KvereeClarh In ri: TCxtHte of Lee. Perry many payment 'to make?
lavIs.| d..aR..t1.NO'l'IC.J
and
School of Charm man
drmann! of Shellsburg Iowa, .co''ol Mrs. F. P. LOll last week. tUllY have better luck U they or' pnonvrKTo
at the Art Wheelers St.. Anne's Rev. W W Mr. an;3 Mrs. Ira Adams of sneak hardwood, cuttings Dance New Jersey, at WI!- All I'erHtmM. I Interested 1rT' -Too many bills to pay?
arrived IHms Elementary School. :,.. .Km.ate Of HaIi. l..-c-ecl, .nt"Yoi :
this week with their 22-foot Worstail vxair; B. O (,()pe- Jacksonville were visiting Mr. from a neighbor's yard following are hereby notified thai'

travel trailer. They were 1fLl'Id.01"ll'1' St. and, Mrs D. W. fcUndellWedneaiay :: the flowering! season.! Feb. 20-24. each night at 7 a written lnmriini. purport- DO YOU NEED
o'clock. 5th to 12th grade InN to ba th.' Innt will\ and tvatamant -
Pyer "rt Sermon : of last week.: You can root hardwood
pnowcd! In for four days on Morning of MiiM.. docpdrnt, hn
,the way down and were (glad 2nd and 4th Sundays Mrs. Hilda Griffith of Mi- poinsettia stalks by punching girls will receive this expert been admitted toprnbHtn 1 li CASH NOW?
EXTRA
to get to the 'nod ole Flor- 9::30 a. m. (nursery open\ ami and Mrs. Thelma Mill- holes in the desired location. counseling which they would this ol>urt. within You are HX. horolncommanded ciilen
I otherwise be unable to afford
Ua sunshine. TheY' are plan Holy Eucharist and sermon ken of Ocala visited their Inserting three quarters of II"r mini,tin from LI,.> dat oJ l
ning to spend the next two 1st and 3rd S'Uidays. 9:30: A aunt, Mrs. T. F. Brown, last' each of the woody cuttings to help develop their charm the first puhlicHtlon of thlnoticn LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR
to aupnar In 'thIs courtanil
and personalities.Everee
!r)4) months here escaping the M. C nursery\ t/penl.I Churci ThursdayS into the soil and pressing the .Hliuvv c.......... It any you
snow and cold weather. Mrs. Sohool. 9:30 A. M. "Huly: Eu Mr. and Mrs. George Williams soil firmly around the base. Clarh has expandedher Cal,. why the actlun of thcourt MONEY 1'RUBLEMS

Oardemann Is Mr. Wheeler's .;haJ 1st. 8 a, m. each Sunday and Charles Baker Be sure to keep the soil program outside of New probate. 111., Hhuuld admlttlnu, not mtUI stand. will un-ti

sister. Evening Prayer. 7:30: P M were supper guests c: Mr. moist. Mulching around the Jersey to !give the benefit of revoki-d. We Are Trained To Help !

Mrs. Earl! Voyles reports each Sunday.. ETC 6:?-'., P. M and Mrs. Prank Williams cuttings will help you maintain this invaluable training! County|1-11: Tlu-ron) Jiiilne, A., Yawn Ui-Hdforc Coon

that nil the Voylfs family each Sunday and family In Gainesville moisture soil temperature I youngmen and women. ty. KlaFlrKt,
beftrfrr. of Momlnn Saturday night Young men are Incited to attend publication on January,
ore frellnqr rmtrh Dally .
19, LOG?
John Ehaughnessy's! mother and Evening Prayer. 8:00: A Mr. and Mrs. Don McMahon for rooting and growth.If Monday, Wednesday. m' 4' "

WALT has been under the M. and 5:00: P. M. and sons of Daytona you prefer to propagateby and Friday evenlnsrs.
For further Information, A Classified Ad I in the TELEGRAPH 226 N. Temple Ph. 964-9091&
Beach. Mrs. Dorothy Falling .
weather! with pleurisy for the softwood! cuttings, put off .
DISNEY JEpi past; few data. We hope she -Lutheran and Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Wat- the project until around contact Mrs. Maurice J. brine results. .

Is feeling better now. Lutheran Church of Key- terson and daughter all of June. These tender shoots

Mr. and Mrs. James Rob- stone Heights; Vicar Richard Starke were visiting Mrs. M. root well under constant mist .

,I bins and family. were visited Meyer, minister; R. G. Copeland L. Watterson on Bun ey. or In any propagating/ unit.
Mrs. Bobbins' Arlie Broughton arid Mr Remember it's Important to
list Sunday by organist.
sister-In-law. 11 Kelly of Gainesville were visiting keep. the humidity high
brother and Divine woi ship. Sunday
,Mr. .unit Mrs. Bo i Strlcklnnd a. m. Holy Communion 2nd Mr. and Mrs. D. W. around the cuttings during I WOULD YOU.BELIEUE0. 1

Itld fREDIACUBflAY of Jacksonville.! Mrs. Robbins Sunday of each month. Swindell on Sunday.Mr. the rooting process. .

spent last Tuesday In Jack- Services held each Sunday and Mrs. D. E. Hill There are a number of

II .onvllla! with her daughter, a at St. Anne's Episcopal and daughters spent Friday polnaettlas that will grow

VERA student!' nurs,. who wes hav-: Church Keystone Heights, and Saturday visiting in 'well out of doors. If you desire -

log her tonsils taken out. Fla. Maria nna. red-bracted varieties,,

EXILESTECHNICOLOR Mrs. Atha Copeland Is vls- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hancock propogata such plants at

lUng her daughter! end son- -CatholicSt. left Tuesday for North fireball Indianapolis Red,

c'aa.ew.e in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. William's -Fr. EdwardA. Carolina to attend. the funeral Albeit Ecke oak: leaf or Mrs. ,. ;

Crenshnw and family in Kirby., priest in charge of Mrs. Hancock's brother- Paul Ecke. For color combination .
PLUS'Sun. Mrs. E. A. Lamm organist. in-law. .
Oilnesvllle. mingle the red planting .
.
Sunday Mass -11:30: a. m.. (
with Ecke white or a pink
Mr. and Mrs. FrankLa. i .
Wednesday Mass -8 p. m
ga see and daughters of variety .
Gainesville :Mrs. Starling Monday Miraculous Medal TilE RIGHT POINT for the Puineettlas will grow on a

Novena. 7 p. m. Inquiry the write. Come In wide of soILs Including
,
pnd Crnlg! 'of LIttle Shnta Fe. way you range Only
and Mrs. Dorothy Bryant class, 6:15: p. m, and select your favorite ES. sand. muck. marl, rocky soil $10950
Confessions: Before Mai!!I TFRBROOK fountain of the
and son! of Cedar Key werevisiting pen. and clay. In spite I '
Mr and Mrs. Owen on Wednesday and Sunday. TELEGRAPH wide adaptability, the plants INCLUDING HANDSOME: CARRYING CASE
.
Holy Day Mass- -7 a. m.Daptf.t
will present: you a better
Bryant on Sunday. A
Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH
Joyce Barton, and Nell show of color if you takeproper '
bring* results : :
care of them.
Worship services! ; Sunday : .
_._._ Fertilizer. anralicatloii is -
nu u : ; ; Itt i' For this 6:'"' -"';'!# '
Important. Apply about 7. !j: ..

pounds of a good garden fortlllzer -": f-,' .-
w C-
DRIVEINOPEN per 100 square feet of :i
.301 WORLD'S SMALLEST ELECTRIC
plant apace in early spring, t:

again In June and perhaps In ; : 'a
., Mon., Tues., Wed.? mid-summer if there are' ADDING MACHINE / ,. 4"
1/
FEll 12 13 14 15
7:00-SHOW TIME 7:15 heavy rains. I

ADMISSION: Adults 75c Students", 60e Pruning U the secret of a Adds !
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canopy of color next: Christ .
Children Under 12 FreeFrIdaySaturdaySundayFeb.

10, 11, 12 mas.Aa each sprout roaches 12, Subtracts I $

Ask Inches long, pinch It back to

BIG TRIPLE FEATURE PROGRAM six inches. Contlnud this I

cruel treatment to all sprouts Credi4'Balancc
Chancy
SEE PRIMITIVE RITES AND CIVILIZED( WRONGS THAT tfiJE. until the middle of Sept emI I l _

EXIST TODAY-FILMED AT flU BISK OF DEATH! ber. Then stop to give the
plant tips) a chance to set
BON LANCASTEB V-f:
their bracts of color petals.Polnsettiad .
Johns show their color .. TOTALS TO 999,999.99 r

LEE MARVINROBERT according to day length I _

RYAN WER ICEDThffIl'IF1.1 About this question: and temperature. A plant

near a lighted window' otf a At Last A Portable Electric Adding Machine With The
"The newspaper frequent'ly street> light often refuses to

JACKPAUNCERALPQ reports auto accident color) up like a neighboring: Touch, Speed, And Keyboard Arrangement Of A

award of $30,000 to $100- pant! In a nearby darker cor- Machine.
Heavyweight
BEllAMY1'UUDIA ner The best flower development t
000( or more. Such an accident
.
is when, the night ternperbturei

I CABD1NALEI J would bankrupt range from 60 to 1 I APPROVED AND ENDORSED BY I'ROFESSIONAL 0
]Ti'ivt.i
: i ii most drivers. Does a $100- 62 degrees. I 0 10. KEY OPERATORS. INCLUDING CPA'S.

000) auto liability policy 1
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.. .EPROSaSiON.AIS- PLUS 1I I PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS, BOOKKEEPERS
.. PLUSOUTMONDO'S from the Charley E. Johns

Agency cost less than Merle Furniture I I
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THEM twice that of a $10,000policy Compare With Machines Costing Twice As Much! I

WrlfttCn foC tn4. SCFWfl.....DlKCtCtt. ?" SpanUh Modern :
V'ec" -
RICHARD BROOKS It4TIJP4ATIOeM.$ miMALAMONDO Contemporary Traditional 0 SEEING IS BELIEVING .* I

COLUMBIA PICTURES RELEASE Charley E. Johns Provincial Colonial
THBOOSOTm Interiors By VUtoR4 .

yANAVlSlON.TtCHNlCOU> Agency &- 21 to Oran,. Park Hl.h BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH IyMr -
I Souftdlrocl_ hSCOLOR 131 S. Walnut St. School tuna right &. 17
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PAGE FOURTEEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE.! FLOWOBA: ..THURSDAY. FEB. 9, 1907




I Transplanting Time Is Here i iThe I Top twice ball soil around as should wide the be as tree set the aside earth roots. I: Claim Given By Social Security Cecil Assist SewellTo In enforcement A Tallahassee.19-year Sewell veteran has of salved law


wtlthe Beverage Departmentsince
subsoil' discarded and 1'eplaci i I Assistance In Filing MedicareAssistance :) 1054 after spending four
time for transplantingtrees Don't erie HeadA and shrubbery has ar- too large. As a general rule mixed with old In filing Medicare $45,000 in Medicare reimbursements. Beverage Sheriff's yeara !Department 1950-04.

rived and many Florida gardeners the smaller and more open- manure or a tnul h. .All earth!I claims Is available at I and two years with the Division

; make plans at this grown the tree selected the to go back into the hole! Social Security offices The Social Security field former Starke resident of Corrections 1948- U.

season to move trees from better It will survive the should] be made ready before though many persons have Officer is In his Staikc office Cecil L. Sewell received one i He has worked In various

.the woods to their yards. move. If larger trees are to planting is begun. I not realized, it, accoralng to at the old Johns Motor of eight promotions announcedthis : investigative and supervisory
the trees survive'\ be moved root-pruning must the tree at about of week by the new State
Sometimes Replant Thomas C Watson Jr.. S3 Court on U. S. 301 south capacitieswith the Beverage
file move and thrive. Very be started well In advance of the same depth at which It I field representative from the town each Monday and Friday Beverage Director Don Melkle- Department attended several

:often, however wild trees the move. Root-pruning con grew before and water It Gainesville office. from 9:30: to 11:30: a, m. John. special police seminars and i.a U

Cle. slsts of severing a portion of well for several weeks after Ft In general there are two At other times for faster 'Sewell who was Information, graduate of the U. S. Tca

Florida has 314 species of the bree roots by digging transplanting. If barerootedtrees ways for a Medicare patientto service the district SS officeIn and training officer for the ury Departments Law Enforce

native trees more than around the tree base with a are transplanted. special receive reimbursement for Gainesville may be used.GRAHAM State Beverage Agency was ment School in Waanlugton

any\ state In the continentalU. spade. The effect Is to con- : care must be taken to t.r. _, _doctor bills: promoted to administrative He will assistant D. C.
to the director.
S. A. and great number of dense the tree's feeder roots keep the roots moist at all If the doctor bill Is paid In of
be In charge of operations
these be successfullytransplanted and anchorage. After root- times and to make sure the
may full the patient can obtaina
h the department licensing information I A Clawifled. Ad In the TELEGRAPH
if proper precautions pruning. the feeder roots roots are trimmed off and receipted bill and serd It and training and bring results.

are taken says Tony multiply in a bundle small not allowed to bend aroundor /% : to the Social Security Office, legal and enforcement division !

Jensen assistant forester enough to be lifted. out double back In the hole. Patients here would send the
Mrs. John SpencerMr.
Florida Agricultural Extension wh.)1e. The roots are usually Bare-rooted trees generally CAP Cadets Given BoostThe bill to the District SS officein

Service. pruned back from the trunka need bracing more than ball Gainesville

Before going: to the woods distance of 5 or 6 times. the ed and burlapped !tres. Starke C'lxll Air Patrol received many contribution Or the patient after paying and Mrs. Wasdin and
to' dig a tree be sure to get trunk diameter. Some native trees for the deductible of
charge For the best deal
lust. Saturday among the flrttt contributor. being A, K. Man- quit a lot of visitors this
the landowner's permission. As a general rule, hardwoods planting on well drained $50 as required under Medicare past week. Mrs. Llnnie Mc-

Today almost all woodland such as oaks maples moist, or flatwood soils Key of Almwy'it Service. Station at Ijiwtey. may assign, his right of Culley and Mrs. Agnes Law- in Chevroletor

belongs to someone. Even or dogwood can be moved throughout Florida depend The CAP, although un auxiliary of the V. S. Air "Force reimbursement over to the rence of Keystone Heights a new

though there are no fencesor successfully In larger sizes ing on the tree species Include In run with tilt help of donation from businesses. and ImlivUlimls doctor. In this case the doctor Mrs. Equllla Robert and "

posted signs visible it still than can evergreen trees : live oak laurel oak:. '" of the community. Money-ralNlng project. urn also would obtain reimbursement Mrs Miller Hogg of Starke OK used car

pays to stop at the nearest such as the pines and cedars. red maple dahoon holly; but- carried out by the cadet" theinwUrK.Boya through Blue Cross T. A Wasdin. Jack Drew

house to check and !see who Branches of hardwoods can tonbush hackberry cherry anti girl. 13 through 18, are Invited and rnoonrageil and Blue Shield Medical fas- and Richard Johnston of
See
,
the land belongs to. More be pruned back to match the laurel. sweetbay magnolia to :'join. Ute. !CAP cadet, earn Tuesday"" at 7 p. m. In the, .Htarkaannnry. cal agent for Florida. Doctors Jacksonville the T /., An-
than a few persons digging roots that were cut off. wax myrtle, loblolly bay, cab- however are not required drews of Gainesville and I

trees from someone's woods Jensen says that more bage palm, red mulberry and to participate in the Medicare Mrs. Mary Ann Tompson.Mrs. Ernie JonesAt

!have been embarrassed when pains should be taken replanting red cedar Other native trees program. Irene Ratliff spent a a

,the owner appears Just as the tree than getting such as southern magnoliaflowering The patlena. Is also required the day in Gainesville Sun-

they are unloading the trees It out. The new hole dogwood and red! Postal Customers 'Bill of Rights' in addition to the deductible day with her son and family. I

into the car trunk. should: be one-half again or bud for example) grow well charge, to pay 20 per Miss Connie Dyal celebra-I

only In the north and central Insures Quick Courteous ServicePostmaster cent of the remainder of the ted her: 6 birthday Sunday : Baldwin Chevrolet

portions of our state. physician's ,charge. with Ice cream and cake.
When transplanting tli3e9'!J':;' Hospital bills however are Happy birthday Connie. )I 301 North
T. C. Hazen Jr. to give the
necessary appro-
remember to locate them always collected by the hos- and Mrs. Enattof
Mr. Sandy
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home has called attention of priate service.A .
where conditions are as similar pital involved but the patient Miami are visiting her
as possible to where they Starke patrons to the new feeling upon leaving Is required to pay a deductible mother Mrs. Daisy Parrish.; Large Selection New and Used Cars on
Customers Bill ofRights" that the office Is glad to
"Postal post
STARKE PHONE 964-6200
-
before. Remember too
grew charge of $40. Medi-
and
Mrs. Kate Starling
Our Lot at All Times.
that many trees need lots of designed to Improvethe serve and help at all times.In care assumes the remainder. daughter Beatrice Hires are
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-PHONE 473-317 of Federal serviceto addition to Improving
growing space. Plant yourtree quality of the bill then up to 60 visiting Mr. and Mrs. Earnest

so, It will have plenty of the public. relations with customers- days. From the 60th to the Ortagus and Mr. and Mrs.
accordance with Instructions Postmaster Hazen said: the
when It reaches full In
Rental Service room Bill ofRlrhts" 90th day the patient mustpay Earl Starling in Jacksonville.
from the Post- new "Customer
size.Even $10 per day. After discharge Rev. and Mrs. Rex Baker
HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS if suitable wild specimens master General posters have can expedite hand- a patient Is not eligi-
are sick he was unable to
the
can be located It often been displayed telling cus- ling of transactions at ble to be hospitalized again fill his place In the pulpit of Thanks To The PeopleOf
the
window make
CRUTCHES tomers they are entitled to: and serv-
pays to obtain.nursery grown for 90 days: on the seine ill- the Baptist Church. We
ice efficient. He urged
specimens when available. A neat clean counter on more
to transact business; Starke patrons to assist In ness. surely; wish them a speedy
which
Unfortunately many of our If a patient Is on welfare recovery.J. I Bradford
this effort stating their CountyFor
well groomed by
Service
by a
native trees'IIU"e' not stockedby the State of Florida will pay T Quigley of Starke
I window employee needs clearly and having
neat
most commercial. nurseries ; the $40 deductible charge.A brought a intterstlng
A friendly greeting that money and any necessary very
and the Florida gardenar Medicare patient's admission
RATS I must resort to'wild trees expresses a desire to( assist: filled-out forma reaqf: for to a hospital in order message ing. morning and even | The Fine Vote Given To Me At
transactions
from the wood* Well -informed. Interested The explained to qualify for a reimbursement Misa MarguerKta Spencer The Clay) Electric District MeetingIn \
postmaster
t.o help
personnel
window
THE U.S.A. that demands on:"window must not only be spent the weekend with her lirooker.
'1W I with postal needs:
$ : medical necessity
; termed a
\ Prompt and efficient service personnel. who must ,deal nephew Ed Spncer and famlly. |

WILL DO AMECTIMATCD 1 \\w TN: COtJNTT: :JUDGE'S COURT : with a wide variety of Information by but the a committee admitting of physician doctors She Is from McApln.: ', I Will Appreciate Your Continued
IN AND FOR BRADFORD
41i\i\ Competent and correct Information forms and varying
COUNTY!: KUOKIDA. review every case.
:!oii\"j"* In ft, Entate.of. on inquiries; services are usually: very VOLUNTEERS INDUCTED At The Annual
l\ \\\11:\\ 1 \ ETlI EL HEHU, d.cla. .cclNOT1CK An attitude that reflects heavy and postal customerscan The Bradford County Hospital Support MeetingOn
' \ TO tRRIH'I'OR and assist in meeting! the according to Administrator Selective Service Local
helpfulness patience '
1ht All creditor of the tat* I'
X""" *lBi.000.000.000.00 of Ethel H_, deoeaMd are congeniality; new service< goals by telng as R. E. Edmundson, has Board No. 18 reports the !n- March 23.

> In do***, rht teor %: hereby file any notified olalnm and of d.mandswhlrh requireto The courtesy and tact that brief and businesslike' aa possible so far received "excellent co ductlon of the following volunteers '

food: property, hun ans and Hv. OCyeoo- : they may hav': an .liinl would be expected from a operation" from the Social Into service oa Feb-
raid emalr, Mn the office, of Security Office In connectionwith ruary 17: John Lesley Brad
borne disMMt haw killed mom humans than the county Jlldj ", Bradford. friend; ZEDRA HAMILTON'
oil the won In history For safe ctontific County,. .Florida In the. courthouse Polite referral to another ON DEAN'S IJSt Medicare payments. ley Jr., Charles Richard
'I at Stark.P. Florida, withIn window or individual when AT S.IR.JC From July 1 to Jan 1 the Crews and James Buy
peat control can d kp.nd FPG. .
you M
...... %- six .calendar month.. from hospital received in excess of Blackshear.
the date of the <.lr t publlrnIIMI The following student were
rati AND ISTIMATO of thin notice. Each claimor
iNSfiqrum, demand. muet b.. Sn writing", on the Dean's List for the first
\ and must .tale. ( the Duu-e ofresidence Services Held trimester at St. Johns River : --

lUNDCJt DIRKTrOM ... of .the and claimant. poet office and ilium.b nd.dre .,.'-. Junior College: Phyllis Had

O.IDA OVGXAOUATIINTOMOUXMIT. I .. cworn to by the. claimant For Mrs. NettlesAt dock (Mark Hamilton LindaK.

IT .. It Ms to will Illw.February agent.become, or III"void attorney according,, m,' Hope ChurchMrs. fihanbarger.. Holton and Peggy J. T T AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO I


...PHONE v ONTIOL 1, its?. Myrtle Lee Nettles] 35 Local students on the President's -
aInoa A. Oren
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964.3965 .a 0A1CM Me Btnmtrl-, th. ,Batata: ''of Starke died Wednesday.Feb. List were: Larry Q.'
of Kth..l flees clereaaedFlrnt extended Reddish and Patricia D. Whitehead .
Publication on February 1', after an born! In Starke; Julia T. Griffin' CONCRETE PRODUCTS LADIES WEAR Office Equipment
Illness. She was SALES&SERVICE
8'J Graham and Karen J. Lee I
4t' 2-23 ;
...
O onmember
Jackson County.
INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Hancock Office
$e.. ,.n... 1 Q'I1... .. and was' a. Lawtey. I CONCRBTE PRODUCTS Cherry'sGainesville's
I ( ; EQUIPMENTSmithCoronaAuthorized
the Baptist
STUDENT PILOT SOLOS Jeep Jeepster ARE THE BEST FROMEdward's : Most Fashionable
Church.
Address For Ladles
-', Surviving; are her husband\ Wayne Wynn of Starke re- Family of 4 Wheel Drive Building DfESSESSUITSCOATSMATERNITY Dealer

Melvin Nettles of Starke; clved his student pilot certi- Supply Inc. WEAKACCESSORIES CUry-Victor-TotaiU
NOTICE Linda Nettles e RAMBLERRidgway'Motor Mine ICachlnea. Caloulaten
two daughters ficate and soloed in a Taylorcralt -

: 1HIADFORD 'COUNTY PROPERTY Athens da., and Sandra and at Keystone Airpark Co. '72< 8. Main-372-4S44: 7 W University Gainesville SALESSERVICE- RENTAL:
I' Discuss '
of SAVE TIME
.' stevie Nettles both on February 1 under the supervision OATNESVTLLE. P'LA I yew
.
.; OWNERS Starke: 'her father Ouy of flight Instructor : 'requirement with u* first.
1132 Main
., ".. Martin. and three brothers. Lacy Conway. 8. MOBILE HOMES 528 N. Main St. OalnesvUl
: : Jesse. Frank and Guy Net OaJD.yWe S72-M3J ELECTRIC MOTORS I Phone 378-5551

; tles Jr., all of Athena Oa., CARD OF THANKS MUSTANG

; .. . '. slit, sisters. Mrs. Mary Copeland With a heart full of gratitude BRASINGTONOADiLLACOLDAMOB ELECTRIC I PAINT &: GLASS
Jacksonville; Mra. Lou- and appreciation I wish Mobile Homes, Inc.

ise Tiller. Griffin Oa,: Mrs to thank each one for the iLE, Motor Repair Co. ,

Nina Watkins Mrs, Nora cards visits. flowers and Inc Of GadaesvlHe. Inc. I Gainesville'. Discount Mobile Liddell Paint & ..

Brock Mrs. Frances Adams. prayers during Randy'k hopitalzation SALES & SERVICE r.pelring8.wkldingNew Home Sales Lot. Glass Co.

HAVE[ YOU RENEWED YOUR. 1967- .IIOMESTEADEXElIM'ION7 and Mrs. Betty Jean Archer. ; also to all who Fine Selection of Used Cars and Used Purchase discounts on entire.

all of Nicholson! Oa. expressed comfort in such Taken On Cadillac TradesSMI WORK GUARANTEED I chain guarantee huge savings KTANIZE PAINTSGlazeMirrorsSliding

Funeral services were held kind and thoughtful ways N.W. 13th. Rt. 441 1030 S. Main GaJnearllla I Ings. Doer-
:NEW MOON CAPELLA Tab Eoelosure -Sbow_ DOM
at 10 a. m. Saturday with outing my recent bereave- PHONE 378-8301 Phone 372-8318 .
W Indow.AwningCarpetsWallpaperStorefront
Rev. D. L. Ramsey officiating ment. For the response to PACEMAKERUsed
HAVE YOU MADE YOUR: TANGIBLE AND IMdblle Homes Low
In
;. Interment was Hope the Cancer Society Memorial
CRANEWJCOLNMERCVU Farm and Industrial Priced. With approved credit Consultation
Baptist Church Cemetery Fund wish to express my
INTANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY RETURNS
low $100 down.
with DeWitt C. Jones in deepest apprclatlon. _. Mrs, Equipment as m N.W. Sixteenth St.

charge of 'arrangements. Randal F. Chitty and family.of 482* N.W. 13th St. 441 North GAINESVILLE: 872-811

Authorised Sale *. Service Galne TUto. 378-1348

Funeral ServicesFor 106 BL University Gainesville Santa Fe Tractor, CALL COLLECT GLASS

r Lawrence Mans, .deceased'' Phone 372-4201 I I
are hereby notified and re Inc.
Frank Garrett !
WE WILL SINCERELY] APPRECIATE YOUR PROMPT ATTENTIONTO quired demand to which file any they claim may have or Crane's ImportsVolvo roaD MotorcyclesScootersCYCLERAMA University Glass

Garrett of Route aKalimt Maid. estate In the of Farm Tractor A Implements &
Charley Glazing Co. Inc.
THESE !MATTERS. APRIL 1ST IS THE DEADLINE, BUT IT Friday five u-f the rounty judtf of (Merc des-B-) Ford Industrial Equipment ,
1. Macclenny died last Hradford Cuuny Florida In FIAT-HILLMAN MIRRORS

WILL HELP>> US IMMENSELY:\ IF 'YOU! WILL RUN ON DOWNAS In a Jacksonville hospital. and- the. within courthouse six at calendar Stark,months'Iorl.da. 330)) N. Main OainecvUle SALES USED!-EQUIPMENT PART SERVICE Motorcycles e AUTO GLASS!
native
: He was an from the date ot the drat Phone 372-4373 Tub Enclosure Shower! >
SOON AS POSSIBLE. lifelong resident of Baker publication of itila.notion. Each PICK UP A DELIVERY e YAMAHA Door Store Fronts
claim or demand moat b. In 44M N.W. Sixth Gainesville, B II W
County. 1319 S. Main Gainesville
the
utattt
writing and must
Include six Beauty Academy Phone 370-2344 SALES SERVICE
Survivors
place or reHldani and pout 376-9O.11:
''
daughters Mrs. Lois McSte- of rice a and moat be sworn to *>y th,_ 613 W. Unlwrtlty Gainesville
Jacksonville: Mrs. POWELL'S i
phenson claimant, bin awwnt. or bl. attornny. GARDEN SUPPLIES 378-2811 TILES PAINT
Loma Crawford Macclenny: .or It will t euojuo rind :
according to law.. Beauty AcademyLearn
Mrs. R. O. Futch Lawtey; January. X7, Ittf7.Qeora I FIXNTKOTE TILB

Mrs. Shaw Bodle Starke; :* II. Plero. a Professloa In YourSpars Johnson & Faris Inc. MOVERS Vinyl-Vinyl Asbestos Asphalt
'i-. Mrs. John Crews. Fernan- Kvaluent. 'Avoiit .wKreda Floor FInlaMnff Product
-, ; M Menff, Tim Full or Part HUM
T dina Beach: and Mrs. John Executrix: of the Etlat DAY a EVENING CLASSES!: Line Long Distance: Moving I CARPETWALLPAPER
: Moye Jacksonville: one son, of Lawrence Mane. Complete of Local Drayage !
dtfceuaed.Flrnt Low Tuition Terms
It t Kenneth Ray Garrett Sr. of publication Feb 3, U61. 31* N.W. 10th AYe.GalJaeevWe SEEDSPLANTSIa.ecticide.Pe4 Storage Packing(Crating : Tenney Tile & Paint
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; ., Rose McStephenson, Jack 378-276 FREE ESTIMATES CALL 2222 N.W. 6U St.
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sonville Mrs. ZUphi-v! Muse Gainesville 378-1302
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Starke and Mrs. Sarah CHAIN SAWS
: .. '. ; 334': NW. 8th Ave.
Starling: Lawtey; three ORGAN STUDIO & Storage, Inc. TR AYE!.
; brothers, Charney Oarrett.Macclenny PRONE 373-.47f
SMO N.E.!: Waldo Rd.Oalnaavlll .
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Starke; and! Monroe Garrett
& Mower Co.
Jacksonville. CLASS INC.
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... at 4 m. Sunday In Macedonia -
p. GAINESVILLE STEAMSHIP!
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the church cemetery. & Parts All Make 373-0333
; THANKS. Repairs "EVERYTHING IN GLASS" No Charge For Our Servk
a /t. GRAVELY TRACTOR Ito! N. W. 10th. Avenue
.. 1 Store Fronts Mirrors Authorized Weekday 8:30: to 0:00:
'0 .i/:" GENE LONG STALES A SERVICE Windows Sliding Glass
:: : ." Baldwin Pianos & Organ. Sat. t to 18.
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