Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 7, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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School Board Says: <' Under Agreement'
i Library ,
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No Plans Under Way ''f./ / '
: BuildingIs
3 Timber Firms

To Close RJE HighNo I Eyed


plans to abandon I RJI:3!: High School are being con- .. Pay 1967 Taxes

sidered by the Bradford (C(]>unty School Board a groupi : Eyeing the old Florida Bank
/ building at the corner of Call;
of eight Negro parents wa; i told at the Board's regular and Walnut Streets as a possible

meeting Tuesday morning; library, the County Com Three timber firms which have contested Bradford

The group sought; an e:x. 1w mission and City Council have County tax assessments have paid their 1967 taxes as

planatlon; of a statement; I Ithe In. could not be made Into a middle agreed to investigate Ita pur- I _. rr ----r, part of a settlement reached with the County Commission
Nov. 16 Issue of The Telegraph I '
school' ? chase in a Joint venture. .
attributed; to Sup;, that, l City Councilman P. T. NoUn, : Nov. 16.
Supt. Casey opposed ;
Tom Casey that plane for the however, saying no building In EL acting as spokesman for the Since the agreement the county has received $45-

county's $25 million school the county meets the concepts Bradford Library Board before 5C7 of approximately $110,000 the five timber firms

building program that includ teachers now .seek for a middle both groups, said the buildinghas owed, ,. some of it going back to 1965.
ed closing the $270,000( RJ1 school. Middle schools, the been offered for sale for 'first 'two payments on the

High complex or Its; use a 5 superintendent saM!, are a $10,000. Noun, first presentedthe 1967 bill came In last Thursday
a county bus barn. completely new concerpt Idea to the city council Nov. 30. Rayonler, Which taxes In full but still owes
Membera of the Board told "You Joist can't do the job In 1. Tuesday night. owns or leases a total of 25- part of Its 1965 and 1966.

the group they knew nothing A little one room school with 7, That body appointed him to 276 acres of .timberlands in bills.
about plans to close RJE. .another room down the hall." pursue the idea with the County 'the county, paid Tax Collector c.-container Corp has made

Supt. Casey,first asked when RJE or any other school : Commission and NoUn did J. R. Kelly $39,939, the total only partial payments on 1965
the group had gotten Its; Information building In the county, was : ,r I so Wednesday morning. The amount due on the 1967 assessment and 1966 taxes and owes all
? He was told The not built to enhance a good Commission also approved investigation leas the usual four of its 1967 bill.

nIeera.ph. educational program for a III of the purchase and per cent? discount Owens-Il
,"You vcan't; believe half. of: middle school. In the middle Board members Zedra Hamilton linois, which owns or 'lease

what you read In the paper,,'. school, grades seven and and Buck Norman were 2,648 acres, paid $2,938. SidewalksSet

the superintendent stated, adding eight, now operating In the appointed to work with the Then on Monday, Dec. 4,
.! that he was "shocked' old remodeled B-Bulldln at city and Library Board. The Oilman Paper Co paid Its 1967

when the statement; appeared Bradford'::! High classrooms building Is the type for a library tax bill, which totaled $9,694.

In print. have been made Into one big Commissioner Jerome In addition, Rayonler has For
d "I was surprised as yoi room for team teaching In Johns said.Memlbera. notified the First District
were" Casey said adding thai some cases. of the Library Court of Appeals In Tallahassee -

] the Information "was giver! Board Chairman H. A Lawson Board met with both boards. Mayor Shuford that the 1965 dispute with
pretty much in confidence." also reassurred the group Noun. said the old bank Bradford County's tax assessments 2 StreetsNew
The superintendent explained about RJE. building: would be large enoughIf has !been settled and
that he made the statement "We don't; want to get rid a mezzanine floor Is added. 'has requested that the appeal

during a "discussion ol of your school any more than He estimated renovation of MayorShuford filed In that court 'be dis- sidewalks will soon begin

plans and ramifications ol." you do," he said, "We have a the building will cost $3.000, missed. to appear on Cherry and
the school building program.He shortage of space now." making the total cost $19.000. The recent developments are Walnut streets, the Starke
also read statement from
a When Supt. Casey asked the Library Board Chairman seen by Bradford officials as Council decided Tuesday
federal officials
demanding Board at which school they Muriel Norman said plans a break In the deadlock which
.... night, but because of limitedfunda
toward total '
continued progress '-' -- -
wished project Head! Start to drawn up eight years ago whenan has existed since 1965 when it will be done a block

has been desegregation..laid down An by edict the; be held. next summer. several Starke Santa Fe Junior College Week attempt was first made to five timber firm (the three at the time. .
Elementary or RJE, acquire the bUIlding for the above plus Nelson Blocker and Six dead: or diseased trees
federal Depart
governments board members quickly asked Mayor Carl Hurst pens hilt name to a paper proclaiming library! are still available. Container Corp of America) will be felled and others trim-
of Health Educationand
ment ,
Welfare that the South "How can It be at RJE? That the week ofc.!> 10-16( Hiviittt. Fe Junior College\ Week In Starke. Ofy Councilman Neil Tucker WinnerMayor tiled suits 'contesting the assessments med as well as many roots
school Is phased out."No decision said the idea Is a good one of Tax Aaaesor Gene '
\of service to where they
must; dismantle all dual school The JunIor'college has completed one year being removed
was if, the county w111 assist fi- Long.
the fall of 1969. Alorhua Counties. Mayor Hurst ..Ign.ed have uprooted present walks
by Bradford and
systems In other action, the Board: Starke and nancially. The Commissionwill The suits were heard before
"We have RJE' it'll be Told Mrs. Virginia. Mc- the, proclamation """* an' expression of,Starke's pride I In San look Into the situation. Charles R. Shuford Circuit Judge John A. H. Mur- Utilities Supt. Oscar Davis

there there,"as Board long Member as students; Rodney; are Leai: it would abide by exist ta Fe Junior College..' The Bradford. County, (,::Dornmlsulon ,ap. The city now pays $100 per weathered campaign a vigorous by H.opposition C phree last January, and In told total the council.A of 2,800 feet of sidewalk -

Hall sta lie:!.. 1 ing policY. as Page stated Four in the pro"ed' similar proclamation. [Continued- !; On Page Fourl. (Hermie) Kelly and emergedvictorious1 July he ruled that the assessments Is Involved, Davis said

"It [RJE:] would( make r a ,(Continued, on. toe another' term a. went. legal 'and orderedthe but 600 feet of sidewalk -pan
.. all taxes
4 "mighty fancy- bus barn." one Mayor of Lawtey In Tue-ity's: plaintiffs to pay probably': be salvaged from the
visitor observed. city election. The vote was and court costs, Including $4- two streets. The city will furnish

The day of the Negro school 138 for Shuford to 79 tot 780 for an expert witness hired the labor but material

la numbered Casey told the In Paving Santa Fe Lake RoadIs Kelly. by! the county. will cost approximately $1.DO
Delay But on Nov. ((16 County
foot total of $3,490 for
group. Hall added that the In the Group 1 Council race, per ,
T. A, Yawn, attorneyfor
Judge feet of new walk.
School Board will .make the James E Crawford defeated the 2,300
decision if'RJE !I. closed and Incumbent Councilman Paul L. the County Commission, The Council now plans) to

said he seed "no reason to Of ResidentsBradford Dlnklns Sr. by a vote of 148 told the ,board that he had use a portion, up to $1,000, of
Protested Group with attorneys representing
close It now." By to 63. Inc. Owens-H- the $3,000 Included in the new
Rayonler, ? street repairs for
Asked If any money will bo Incumbent Councilman Barbara and budget for
Ilnola, Gilman Paper Co.,
sidewalks. That wUl go
RJE In the buildtnsprogram the
spent on which In other action, the Commission Jordan won re-election and the following
has the control over Nelson Blocker
the SRD district engineer part of the way, however
Ward only
Casey replied none has done ,
County to 66 for her
wlCh 146 votes
and : had been
painting that In Lake City, expressingconcern roads it will maintain compromise and other sources<;! of
except for some to
In Its power E, Rosier
everything for the project. Commissioner which the county will main Agreed to Investigate purchasing challenger, reached, and the board agreedto revenue win have to Hie found.
Is being done now. Lake road
have the Santa Fe the old Florida Bank Robert Scott was
It Incumbent
had asked
tain. Johns It:
also suggestedthe council favored layIng -
absent at the meetingwhen Johns All the
Han.the School Board gave paving project started,residentswas a large residents send a copy of would !be possible for the coun- building for a county libraryfor unopposed In the Group 3 race The plaintiffs In the timber the sidewalks but .some

the go-ahead' on preliminary delegation of lake when their correspondence to the ty to maintain Its own sec- (10,000 In a joint effort. and received 142 votes. tax suits !would pay all of members questioned taking the
told Wednesday and receive a with the city. Starke Councilman 1965 and 1966 taxes and
the middle ondary roads Also unopposed were City l their funds from streets repairs. ,
for new Commission.
plans the County -
school to be built; adjacent to they appeared before Even though the Commission lump sum payment from the P. T. NoUn proposed the Clerk Ethel Reddish, now com.pleting' would withdraw their appeal "When you look at the condition
technical cen- Commission. for SID purchase to''the Commission, her 13th year in of pending hi district court, as of some of our streets,
the vocational and tired of passed the resolution
going Into "We're 'Rep Cane 'Shaw told the as spokesman for the City flee. She received 170 votes. well as not contest 1967 taxes see you're just robbing
ter, said he opposed waiting." one resident told the the road last 'February, the Council and Library Board. their you'll
would waive
the middle: school now. of the right-of'way. Board It, Is each county's responsibility Johns City Marshal M M. Jordan If the county Peter to pay Paul Chairman
Board. maps
Bradford High and l RJE are which the county uses to to determine where Commissioner Jerome was without opposition and pro rata payments of an expert Orle Wiggins said of the suggestion -
Spokesman for the group, But he was appointed to look Into the 162 votes. He Is witness fee of $4,780 Incurred to take the funds from
the focal points of the couo.ty' tU! search for the Its money Is spent. received completing
make a
secondary education' ayetern W A. Wants, referred to the .were, Just received said he has been unable to feasibility of the purchase his eighth year in of during the trial. street repairs.
of the road right-of-way, Council and .
"horr le along acceptance
and should be.considered the county last? week. obtain such Information from fice. In recommending The council Is also Investigating
said. that 106 families (at Santa Fe 'by the SRD. Continued On Page Four] the of the agreement Judge Yawn joining with the County
,first The title search, which was The Mayor' race was
have to travel. not Include Con
Lake) noted it does
disappointed Commission and School
he Shufordand
Hall said was rushed through has been completed second battle between
taken Wallis said. the County Commission tainer Corp. which etlll owes another sidewalk project
that the action; was and a bill of $3,150 Kelly, who has served
absent. He saidhe had "promised or at e $23,648 In 1965 taxes $22,079 Road and Orange
when he was authorized paid to the Bradford several years on the Lawtey on
had called and: was told least It was intimated" that Abstract Co. from the county's council In the past. Shuford for 1966, and $49,365 for 1967. Streets.; Councilman Nell Tucker
nothing important was going the Santa Fe Lake road II la secondary: road funds, Clerk la now completing his 14th The appeal of Container U Is pushing that project be-
t to happen at; the meeting. high' on the county's prioritylist explained. consecutive year In the office.Tuesday's still before the district court. cause the two streets are
"Just how far did you go?" of roads to be paved with Darby total of 227 votes As It stands now, accordingto heavily used by children walkIng -
asked. secondary road funds. The The residents have expectedthe Tax Collector J. R. Kelly: to school.Councilman.
he for .several about 66 per cent of the
be was
board road to paved has '
Owens-Illinois paid
"Just.the. pre-Ilms. Board roakl Is on the drawing P. T. Nolln, who
Member Arthur Holllday answered now, 'lie was told, but It is not years,. and especially since total registration, 329. its 1967 taxes in full, but still' spoke for Library Board teem,
:). "And; we were given known when paving will be February when the road went The new officials will take owes for part of 1965 and bers present at the meeting,
,to understand !that the high t'o the top of the county'spriority t office atT the first meetingIn 1966 said the old Florida Bank

school could be moved there gin.The Board members blamedthe list Darby explainedto + + a January. Oilman Paper has 'paid Building at Call and Walnut
when necessary." delay In paving the road 'the group that the' 1965 and 1967 taxes in full, Sts. can !be purchased: now for
At that point one of the on theState Road Department was both the top and the since bottom Parade Plans !but still owes for part of 1966. $10,000 for a library building.,

visitors' asked why RJE HighYou're and said the Commission of th e priority list Nelson Blocker has paid The Council agreed to Investigate -
has carried out all Its obligations it la the .only, one on It. Shaping Up his 1965 taxes In full, but the possibility of joining

toward 'paving the Commissioner. Johns also For December 15 still owes for 1966 and 1967 with the county In pur-

road. Clerk Charles Darby fold the residents that theBoard..po.IUon..18 -Rayonler has paid .1967 [Continued on Page Four]*
Invited To read In the Board's minutesa that all Gene Rayburn, chairman
resolution passed last Feb. right-of-way should, be donat said yesterday that Interest U

1 asking that the 3RD begin ed since the toad will be : of high In the annual Christmas '

OPEN. HOUSE proceedings to pave the road. direct benefit to only Santa Parade set for 3 pm. Friday, Joint Sidewalk Plan
The Santa "Fe Lake Road Fe Lake' residents. Several era FEit4t.r: f w"iF Deo. 15. Around 24 units have
county persons said, heWever.they do t: 'ro : already been booked for the
has been high on
Sunday Dec. 10 secondary road priority Hit( not. .plan. to donate the right Thin Ford'Falcon wa a toal lees after It slammed Into an procession, and prospects are

since Feb. 1. In fact' It is the of-way across), their property. oak tree at the Intersection;" of Grand Street and 811-18 belt good for between! 30 and 35 Studied By 3 BoardsA

only road on the Hot because The SRD has 'been for Saturday night Dec. 2. The drivers, Cary BmUh. 19, was hospitalized by closing time, Rayburn said.

I Brookr Schoom only enough funds have accrued monttia, requesting the Commission -with Injuries of the face. The Retail Merchants Division

to the county to build to send In a new secondary of the Chamber of Commerce joint project to build a Two members from each of

the one road approximately road priority list. The Is offering a $::50 first? mile of sidewalk for the safe- the three boards were appointed

$163 000. Board however, Is hmltant to prize for the best float in the ty of children walking to to meet, plan the project,
2 To 3r30 P.M. "The State Road Department do so (because members know Smith Injured school la under Investigationby and
report bock to their respective -
Cory second bent
for ,
administers Out funds, lets the that many of the roads would parade, $29 the County Commission. groups. School Board

,contract, and builds the roads," not be paved. People would and $15 for third place. School Board, and Starke City members to work in. the project -
School Jerome Johns not understand CommissionerJohns Invitations have been extended Council.
Hampton Commissioner ; are Seeber Goodman and
told the group ':'It's, the State said, why their particular When Car Hits TreeAn to all civic groups, City Councilman Nell Tucker Art Holiday city eoucUmenare
the road would be 'on the priority -
Road Department, not idea Tucker and Gerald Wll-
churches and ,business houses proposed the to all three
.U list If It wae not going ,
..4 To 5:30: P.M. County Commission that make boards at their regular meetings llama and county commissioners -
holding up the project. to be.paved. 18-y a.r-01d Starka Chambers, the Falcon wastnwel1n8' this week. All agreed to are Zedra Hamilton and)
-- A member of ,the group said Clerk Charles! Darby was instructed youth, Austin Cary Smith Jr" at too great a speedto this the best Christmas paradeever work together to build the Buck Norman.

that he contacted State Sen. to. Inquire of the ,SRD was hospitalized. Saturday make the curve as SR-U held 'here sidewalks. Tucker told. an three boards

'; Contributed Emory (Red) Cross Who had if a priority list Is necessary.' with facial injuries after hU enter town at the starke Santa Clans will be ushered The walks consist of .4 the streets he named are heavily
This Space also
Information from the District Commissioner 1 Johns Elementary School. The ci
car left'OR-16 and struck an Info the city at this time, and miles down Colley Road to
Weekly to Publicize Engineer J. D. 'Ward 'of the ''noted, -agalit, tit .t'.the' coun oeJi 'tree at Orand Street. according ran off the right side of the I traveled by student going
Community Events by SRD that the Santa Fe Lake ty's secondary road maintenance : to Starke Police pavement and traveled 29:!i he and hIe neipera will distribute Southside Elementary School. back and forth to both elementary
Road l I. at the bottom of the coats are going up each feet as It\ crossed the road and candy to children .4 mile down Orange Street sKhooto.) He. said
l The CommunityState county's priority list. That year. Maintenance of. the Smith was. taken; to Bradford struck the oak tree at the I along the parade route. between Call and Washington. sidewalks' ) have 'been neededon

Bank imply Is not the case, the county's.19 miles of secondary County ;Hospital and northeast' corner of the Intersection Rayburn said there Is a need and .2 mile down WashingtonStreet
for trucks to be used as floats to Starke Elementary the street for a tone time.
Commission told the group road cost $48,000( In 1966 and transterrect l to the University
Accounts now1' Insuredup Clerk Charles Darby said the the' SRD furnished no breakdown of Florida Medical Center. of SR-18 and Orand I for various organizations! and Tucker estimated coat of materials It will be much easier for each. .

,to SI5,000 by residents, "certainly 'have a f'costs, he Bald' The 1961 Ford Falcon" he'waS Street. urged anyone having a vehicle for the project at $4. board to find U, OO in :tU

Federal Deposit Insurance '- gripe, but they are not talk- County Attorney T. A. Yawn driving was a total toss. Smith was charged wits L suitable for this purpose to 50O and suggested that the budget than for one group to.
Corp. infr to the right people." He aid his study of the laws leads Headed east on SR.111. according failure to have his vehicle<
recommended that they write him to believe' thai the SRD to palrohnan: BIB under control. labor. noted. .

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'8cln. 1 Page Two Itlt.\l' )-Oltl< ) fOlTNTV TKI.KCillAPi'l.'; .: !STAKKK.: I''IX' >KII/A TlIl1ll U'V. 1>EC. 7. 1967

Rev. and Mrs. R. H. Mac.I I Mrs. Needham coffee service.
Hurst vVSCS Honors vet Recent Birth

jf4W.R Slain! spent Wednesday until Mrs. Jack McCoimb,1"secretary -=====- .,: :-, ,''' .':I :' ''
Saturday in Apalachicola with Is Complimented r View Memberst I -.
)f membership cultiva- .
Q their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William S.
At Party Series CoffeeMrs. tlen, had charge of '
Mr.. and..Mrs.:: George Fortuna arrange Jennings, of Tallahassee announce -
Their granddaughter, Allison ments and. presented each the birth! of a son' E'r'
Fortunas, was confirmed Friday Mrs. Needh&m. Hurst: of In- Herb Herres, Mrs, J. new member'' with a Christmas John Jeffery, on Nov. 23 In III TO-RENA

GLADYS MOOYY 'dlanapolts, Indi., who Is visiting ,W. Ritch. Mrs, E!, F. Saunders corsage, Tallahassee' Memorial Hospital.
night In Trinity Episcopal
Phone 964-7603 Church with!) Bishop Hamilton ; her mother, :Mrs W. 8. Mrs: Thelmu Devlne, Mrs. Ray Mrs. H. H.' Adams vice !. Maternal grandparentsare I RESTAURANT .
Slade; her sister Mrs. Clyde Qurnham. and Mrs. Duance .
West performing the confirmation president:, presented Mrs Mr ana Mrs. Denver R. r **
'SInclair; and her brother and Dykes new members of the Smith with a special member Devrlck. Paternal 'l'atldpoar-j MEND
Mr, O. H. Bennett spent Mrs. Mae Jones and granddaughter ( Members ceremonies.of the sister-Jn-law, Mr. and Mrs. T. First" Methodist Church ship pin following( the business ents are Mr. and'Mrs! Robert t ts

taJst week In Ft. Mycr with t Anita Jones, were PresbyterianYouth H. Slade. has been the Inspira- tVscs, were honor guests session. Jennings, of Daytona. Beach.'
Mrs. A. E. Brocks Mrs. SIIJ} Mrs. L,. L. Lnw- MidJUAohv' by Rev. Robert Burch, Mrs. B. L Matthews had w
Brooks! and land StfWs1 Madgerrb'LrD.Gtie since her arrival last Friday. In Fellowship Hall, following'
Mrs. W. T. Jackson Sr., Mrs. charge of the :program; and VIRST ASSEMBLY OF COD
hon returned ;tome with Mr-!\ 1 lI6 Mrs. Sinclair entertained the regular business meeting), Balls & Spaghetti
I Italian !Meat
Robert Paterson, Mrs. L. V. was: asslstee' by Mrs. J. R. '
Bennett for the weekend I n entertained Saturday afternoon at her of the society. OF STARKE ___ 1,50
:Mr. and Mrs. Hank I Salad Bread and Butter ---- -----
BurtlS Scott Brown of I it I Hardin, hcme E. Call Street atfour Wainwright who read the ,
Mrs. a surprise party Monday on
The refreshment table. _____ 2.23
Green and Mr. and Mrs. TomCasl'Y. West Weldon St. and ]]afford A ]lb. Delmonico Steak __ -- I
Kinejsley: Lake has returned I night! at her home on Ralford tables of bridge.Arangements verlaid! with red tulle cloth Christmas story from Luke I 2.00
attended/ "The Messiah"at ._
from,. New York City where ]Road honoring Mr. Green who of camelliasand poised> over dark green satin and Mary's Magnificat.: Road. '/I lb. IMione Steak -- -
I the University of Floridagymnaslum Sunday School: 10:00: a. m$ Hound Steak __ 1.25
she attended four productionsof celebrated his birthday af this other seasonal flowers vas centered with a Christmas Others the Vj lb. Ground -- --- -
I on wel'fMrs
the Metropolitan Opera at I Lime. Fifteen members of the Sunday afternoon. were used in decorating the arrangement Decorated program 11:00: a. m, Morning Worship; I Florida Fried Chicken __ -- --- 1.50

the Lincoln Center and.: three I family and other relatives at- Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson living and dining rooms where C brlsUnos candles in white Qeorgs Hug-gins, Mrs. V. 8:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00: Fan-Tail Shrimp & Hushpnpplea ---,-- 1.50

Broadway shows. Mrs. Brown tended. spent Sunday. wlt'u relatives In ''the guests were served dessert, 'holders balanced the center- J. RagscUle, Mrs. J, W. Ritch p. m. Evangelistic Services.... I I Dinners served with hors d'oeuvre, salad,

was In Tallahassee Tuesday; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. NoU- Auburndale.Mr. and !later played bridge. >lece. Red satin bows were Mrs. Charles Sawyer, and C. A. Services: 7:30: ..m I ( and coffee)
and M. of bread butter,
Mrs. S. Hayes vegetables,
Evangelistic Services I 2
where she attended a recep- man entertained fourteen out- Mrs. Hurst was presented a ,
Gainesville and Mrs. Claude >la<*ci:: at each comer l the Mrs. Jack Eaves, who sang PIES ____ ._ 25c
tion for Gov. and Mrs. Claude. of-town guests at dinner Sun- box of Christmas note paper\,; Wednesday: 7:30: pi MidI I HOME: ;

Kirk and Mrs. Audrey Morse, day at their home on Cherry Storter of Naples, word dinner as a memento of the occasion. dDle.Mrs. Christmas carols accompaniedat week Prayer Meeting.: ;= --:::;::=:; .MISJ! i =:
State President of the UDC. Street.! Those present! were guests last Saturday eveningof Others winning prizes were F SSmith, WSCS the piano by Mrs. L. J. Pastor: RBV. George Green W'i

in the mansion formerly owned'and Mrs./ Dorothy Nelle Grant and Mr. and Mrs. 1C.: W. HayesAmong ,t'r J'lnll and, Mrs. J. resident, presided at the sil- Green Jr.

occupied by the late four sons. Dr. and Mrs. Wal those attending; "The 4: 'Wlleei. g

State: Treasurer and Mrs. W. lace Dekle and daughter, all Messiah" In Gainesville Sunday Mrs. Harry Hatcher assisted -

V. Kltott. of Gainesville and Mr.. and afternoon were Mrs F. B. I [Mrs. Sinclair In entertaining!;

Mrs. 1. F. Dlnldns accompanied Mrs Max Reeves and children Stump and Miss Lillian Stump..1 her guests.
by her daughter Mrs. of Beflevlew. :Mr. and Mis. J. J. Stalnakerf THR-FRI-SAT ONLY

J. U SUUi of Valdosta Ga., Thomas Crawford has re- Brunswick, Ga., and G. J. Mrs. J. R. Wainwright was

returned Sunday from Ochs- turned from a week of pheas- Stalnaker of Austin Texas hostess Sunday afternoon ata

ner': Clinic In New' Orleans ant hunting In Nebraska. were weekend guests of Mr., dessert and coffee party In .. //

Miss Martha Sue McCain Mrs. J. ,M: Vickers and Mrs. and Mrs. J. G. Jackson.Mr. I the Pecan Room: of the Gar- Tf
1 Is and Mrs. Bruce Mathewsand 'den Restaurant.
home extension economist, Vi. H. Sheppard of
attending the Southern State Ga. spent Tuesday with Mrs family of Gainesville were: The table where the ten

Sheep Council In Nashville, S. G: Denmark and Mrs. J. E supper guests of Mr and Mrs.I ''guests, were seated was centered ,

Term. She accompanied. Miss Hardy. Garl Mathews last Saturday.Mrs. with a Christmas decoration -

Patty' Hendley of Ocala, current (Mrs. Audy Hihson Jr. and5abf J. F. Bloodworth attended flanked by red candles

Strawberry Queen, whwUl of Columlbla, Ga., spent funeral services for her 'In Christmas holders.

participate In the Mist the weekend here with her ipar 'brother-in-law: Shorty May, in Mrs.. Hurst was presentedwith
Sat Jackson, Ala. on Monday. Mr. a double deck of cards In
Wool beauty pageant on ants, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Den
urday. May was a former resident of a leather case.

nis.Jack .
Mrs.\ Merrill Edwards spent Dowling of Lake Wales Wauchula.Rev. --
Wednesday In Kolllster with was a recent visitor of ibis and Mrs. V. :,. Rags- CoL! and Mrs. T T. Long : .

Mrs. George Johnson. grandparents Mr. and Mrs dale, Mrs. C D. Williams, and entertained Monday night at

Local admittances' Bradford E. J. Dowling. Mrs. Raymond, Hixon, attendedthe their home wtttti a buffet din-

County Hospital this Mal and Mrs. V. J. Speng- Methodist District Con ner and bridge party honor-

week Included: Mrs. Pauline (ler and daughter Dorisann ference in Williston Monday. ing Mrs. Hurst.Following .

code 1 : Mrs. Leattle Ann Dykes attended One funeral servicesof iPvt. E-2 Jimmy Dowling o; bridge prizes were

Mrs. Essie Crosby, Smith Maj. Spengler's nephew Fort BennIng, da., and Miss awarded to Mrs. Logan Baldwin

A. DeVoe. Alvln J. UnderhlU. Harold Lee, In St. Augustine Margie Dowllng of Palatka I and Mrs. T H. Slade forhigh

James. McCullough, :Mrs. Pear Wednesday of last week spent the weekend here with scores Mrs. Clyde Sinclair .

Green Merrill Struth Mrs Mrs. Ruth Reynolds enteredthe their parents Mr. and Mrs. won at bingo, and Mrs. 1

mina Sauve Harry A. Anth- Medical Center in Gainesville W. E. Dowllng. Hurst was given a guest prize

ony all of Starke; Mrs., Leona Tuesday for observation Dr. T. G. Rlt'ch left Wed- 'of stationery. 1

Whltehead, Mrs. Ida Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris nesday for Miami, where he

Moody. W1Jl1s'H. Harrell_all and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy will attend a medical meeting.He Mrs. T. H. Slade was hos- a ar !
will be on Friday by ''tess at luncheon and four
Of Lake Butler; Mrs. Jewel Richie and daughter, all of joined
Mrs. Ritch and they will attend tables of bridge Tuesday at
Ft5berU, and Hermes H. Ham Jacksonville, were Sunday !
the University of Miami. her home on E. Call Street,, LADIIS' HAlf SLIPS
ilton, of Lawtey; Mrs. Clara guests of Mrs. E. L. Crawford. LADIES' NYLON HOSE
Yarl roughRdfOll'd has Florida football game on Saturday complimenting' Mrs. Hurst. 2 pro Entirt Itockt Nylons ind no 'Iron fabric!, all\ 2
Mrs. Ruby > Luclle Davis returned I 1
Crews, Mrs. $1 :
At the conclusion of the y IS danlar. seamless micro mesh end plain knit irith, hoot shadow pinel, tea and apallqut $3
: Mrs B. L. Lowery from Paxton, where A T ,. f for i
Miss Delia Rosenberg and I bridge !game, Mrs. William W BONDED ORLON "lthrunuor"aln".lllndlo 8'/i! 11.LADIES' /tams, Reg. $199. f for
Brooker; and Mrs. Gloria she spent the past two weeks :
Cocoralse attended Hood received prize for high
Mrs. a
Murrhee. Keystone Heights. with her aon-ln-law and daughter sv SLEEVELESS SHILLS
the second annual conference score, and Mrs. Gus Kopelous- LADIES' PANTlEiAcatata
**:*. L. A. Canova and Mrs, Mr and Mrs. L. F. Smith, STRIPEDDRESSES I 100% .ylonllrllch. Jewel peck and back zip2
of the Florida-Colombia os won In bingo Mrs. Hurst tricot elastic lag, brute, Dirtackad at 3
john P'romson and members of Jr. Mrs. Davis spent past Alliance in Barranqullla, Colombia received a gaily decorated J per In rust dirk green, parsley blue. 34 40. $5 $1"
weekend at Eg-lln Air Force f for points of out Guarantied! lor 1 year. WllitSand
their HigfH! 'School Chorus' ac. Base with her nephew, Capt.C. South America from Christmas apron as guest Our rag. 2.99 each. colors, 9 10. f for !
v rompanied !by> .tri. Nelson Nov. 28 to Dec. 1. From there 'prize.
C. Tatum family
Green:: and Mr. Lola Bennett went' to Bogota. Colombia,
Mrs. H. H. Adams and Mrs. k. Our complete stock! Newest styles In A.line 2 $
attended a presentation of "Th where they attended the In- Tuesday night Mr. and Mrs
Mosnlah" at the University of S. O. Denmark and daughter ternational Congress of Women Slade were hosts at dinner in our or straight In novelties, fancies or solids 8.18. 7 Stylet for drew or sport In nylons, ,nib, vinyls' short $1 r I
Joyce, and Miss Ellsa. Rellka reg. R... $3.99 ... f for and long some with nov.llylrlm.I'" p
home of the Gar-
Florida In Gainesville Sunday Leaders, returning the Pecan Room
spent last Friday and Satur- $6.99 & $7.99
afternoon. den Restaurant, followed by
In Tallahassee, where LADIES' APRONS
day Mrs. Martha Moore entertained bridge at their home. i
they visited Miss Jane Adams "at irer home on Kings- Guests were seated at .along } .. ... Perfect weight for now, and later on. Many $6 Bib waist, cobbler end coverall\ dyfee'In panda, $1'
rtyfes, fabric and ,
a student at FSTJ. $ color but broken Urn'
Icy Lake last Saturday eve table, which was centered Our tarry Cloth Ind nylons. Beautiful print and! solids.
Dr. and Mrs. Terry Fletcher rag $ to $1099.
ning with 'a small dinner party with a holiday arrangement 4
of Gainesville,
and family, r
honoring her daughter Sally, balanced on either side
were Saturday guests ws.of Mr. who celebrated her 16th birthday 'with low candelabra holding Asst. Styles: Piinted Solid Very Heavy Weight Keeps You Warm
Mrs-. ErVin Atldr
a:. and and Mrs. J. Houston Mc- anniversary at that time.A decorated candles. LADII1S BELTED REG. CUT Sizes 8 to 18
few intimate friends of Mrs. O. L. Beasley and ColT '
Clane, of Greenbay Wis., will to enjoy T. Long were awarded FIVE STYLES NOW (00)
Sally were present $3.99
arrive December 13 to spend SLIM JIMS 2 pre $3.
the occasion with the family. prizes: for high scores In the n
the Christmas holidays with A nnullonil l Dollar Days biriiinl Choose from shoo, Value
to the bridge while Mrs. C
New admissions games
Mrs. McClana's mother, Mrs. C baby doll and long sleeves; turtleneck square and
rV B. and Mr. Starke Nursing Home this A. Knight and E. L. Matthewswon craw neck styles In untied colored itrlpet. Sizes 8
George week Include Mrs. Beuhla at bingo. The hosts pre to IS, but not all mo In ill itylM.
Flvnn. Jackson :Micanopy; Miss Anna sented: the honoree with

Ask +t Mr and Mr Gilbert Hoffmann Schulmerlck, Brooker; Jasper: Christmas guest towels as a ..

e't1Charley' and family of Jackson Holley, Tampa; and Reaves memento of the occasion.Mr. .. MENS' & BOYS'Girls'

villa were Sunday guests of
Thomasson, Ocala.
their uncle and aunt. Mr. and Byron Terwilletrar has returned and Mrs. W. W. Hood & Infants'ENTIRE

E. Mrs. C. S. Haddock. to the University of will entertain tonight with a STOCK !r = SPORT'SHIRTS <
press, long sleeve In solMt er
>a Mrs. H. Hal dinner at the Officers $3
Mr. and James Charleston after spending the party GIRLS' DRESSES check. Newest Fall shedes. SXUReg.
Tr. artd children of Galnes holidays here with his parents Club at Camp Blanding ;for $ $3.99.MEN'S .

Johns v villa were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Terwille- Mrs. Hurst. At this time they Newest styles for Holiday, wear Good at 7 a .3 our reg. $4.99.$5.99..$6.99/

? Mrs. Hall's parents, Mr. and gar. He was accompanied back will also honor Mr. and Mrs. selection In 3,6X)( and 7 IZ.; RII. S3.99. for DRESS SHIRTS 2 ,$
Reed White Ooldsby of Mo Permanent press, long sleeve. with >,0;
Baldwin. 5
M. A. who
Mrs. by Mrs. Terwillegar, remained ,
< long hilt spread collar in white end
about this question! In Charleston until last bile, Ala.? who arrived today GIRLS' COATS $83( e pastas Vi-17.' $3.99 solos for .
Friday visiting friends. and are house guests of Mr. Dress Shoes
$11 1
"The widespread rioting in TilE BRADFORD Mrs O. L. Haynes Jr. left and Mrs. Slade Dressy coats car orb and locket Many", slyly I >f MEN'S KNIT SHIRTS ,

many cities has caused COUNTY TELEGRAPH Tuesday for Atlanta, Ga. to end fabrics. 3.6X, 711 $15 a. ,, > crew Permanent. neck. orareguy sleeve.. 100,*%lth cotton Mgb' $'2

tremendous fire and theft Published every Thursdayat be with her father, David Beta Sigma Phi GIRLS' HOST .". S U Reg. $2.99.MEN'S .

losses to property owners. 138 W. Call St"Starks Scott, who is critically ill. Christmas \Knee high end over,the knot styles and cofoim. $
What klad Fla. 32091 Emmett Perryman of Bethlehem PartyBeta Crochet cottons, "njlonl. acne. jtiatch. 6.aY.s.1, $1 CORDUROY SlACKS ,
of insurance
Pa, and Mr. and Mrs. 8.11. ,; 1'- your Permenent press wide ode" corduroy ta S
from the Charley E. Johns Second class postage paid Comer Ferryman;\ of Jackson Sigma Phi will have GIRLS' ;, m4 4 fait 36. back\, (coop; pocket atyllng. Sliee"29-

Agency will fully cover at St&rke, Fla. ville will arrive Friday to Its annual Christmas party one '..' .: choicoMidhMls i Br- _

such riot losses both on Subscription Rates: spend the weekend with their next Monday, Dec. 11, at 8 p. broidery ,SUPS' .. BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS

commercial and on residential mother, Mrs. E. K. Perryman. m.It end some \ + e Permanent press, long tI_ Ao> 9
In trade area: ".00 per will be held at the home p. thentle Ivy styled In woven plaids, *
Leslie and Tom Johns of $5
property?" year; $2.25 six month). Macclenny spent last weekend of Mrs. Eve Godwin, 1501 E. GIRLS' :I M.has' let.Keels, stacked] =. dub 18.prints, fancies. and solids. Sin f or
I Call St.Mrs. Our entire ; 1 9 heel, and lira* heels In I big urea $2.99 traloa
Outside trade area: $4.50 here with their grandparents,
Charley E. Johns briefs. aWPANTIES d lion of newest sties and colors. A 80 Y S' POLO SHIRTS
per year; I2.5O .Ix month5 Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ritch. tab .. gnat eats Just I Is time (ror Holiday Lang Mane! !
crew neck striped colon h
Agency I E. L. Matthews, editor and Mrs. V. J Ragadale! Mrs.J. C. L. Dinkins spent STRETCH TIGHTS. a *-ap. Slten HO. 100,% cotton. Machine Mslubl SUw I fl.1
131 S. Walnut St. I If R. Hixon, and Mrs L. J. Sunday In Gainesville with her $1 \ 4-1Z.-
100% nylon stretch. Psstel ana ...b. Infant
PHONE 964.5070 publLahQ'I Green, spent last Friday In lon-ln-Iaw and daughter, Mr, _
I plastic liner. Infant to eke 10. BOYS' CORDUROY SLACKS
Gainesville. and Mrs. Harry : COWBOY 2
Stallings.Mrs. KNIT CAPS f BOOTS < ? Permanent pros, wide wale. wadi... $7

J. H. Fields spent' from Many cute style for girl and boys, mrent md! $1 + r Top Duality, Mack rained leather. upper':Authenffa!! S.VV $$5 &1L'J is aim trim .ky styling. Sizes,. ,|far
Tuesday,.to Friday In Baldwin toddler. cowboy keel and aarnm toe. Site 5-8' t'A-12' Value r-
with her brother-in-law and 1ry4-S. BOYS' '

1{ "oc .. sister, Mr.. and Mrs. Robert ANIMAL TOYS $ Permanent"' (kiss SLACKS....y styled.: !lent twfnf. Jpocfcela. >v 2BOYS'

Tanner. / Big assortment of animal! character k) Vtfnt% 1 a LADIIS' CUDDLE UP', '>M7 ball simile back waist. Sites 2./,.

Dr. and Mrs. II. H. Adams plush ind vinyls. Ideal stocking stutters. ..... $ 3 VIla
will leave Friday for Miami to, .. POODLE SLIPPER A PAJAMAS t tP

spend the weekend with Mr. Coat style. long leg full cut .b unfortzed!

and 1\I1's. Steve Slmmmons and $1.69 Value. ft 0 100'%)( cotton\, fancy nrinl*. Siiee Rohr $2

attend the University of Mi ).< Idee! fim! Reef cut' sinter end told $ ..i -
ENJOY OUR BUFFETSERVED ami-Florida fortball; game et 1 I l metallic shimmer. over Nut pink or .1- BOYS' SOCKS
l'.. black. Cwfortable) and... -... Sue ,
Mr. ana r /s. need White 410. f 100%!( combed! cotton novelty" tnUet"' '
Goldslby! of Mobile, Ala. ar ; SPRINGMAID BMTH TOWEL \ Otter Mpvcn/ I* I2.9S. .. with nylon reinforced heel. end toe. 4 $1
Many ,
pattarot and colon.10" %,.
DAILY rive' Thursday to visit Mr\;: \ '. 'J'. Big 24x48" aba. In choice of 'Jecqiierd' *r.t1 290esch. for
anu Mrs. T. H. Slade. On }o'r)- pattern, floral and aoUo*. Gorgeou colon",, "I* H get

day, Mr. and Mrs. Slade and Ideal for gift. B .. .
LUNCH BUFFET DINNER BUFFET their guests, and Mrs. Need- fV .

11:00: a.m. to 2:00 p.m. I 5:00: p.m. to 9:00: p.m. ham, Hurst of Indianapolis, ti TERRY'DISH Towns
Ind., also a houseguest of the fil COMPANION GIFT ITEMS AT VALUE PRICES

Slades, and Mrs. Clyde Sin Beautiful, '
*1.25' t I colorful floral" d dyne gf $|
$1.45 clair will leave for Fort Laud- In \thlcl absorbent terry II- 35* \ LADIES .' ,r .
erdale to spend the weekendon te ..... or SWEATERS Cone Bath 2
the Slade': bo .t. The group 1004 *erfv bulky. bat ....... Reed..... $699 Towels I $150
will 7' .ad fun feeUoaed a* watt.. and cofac
attend the University of ACCENT AREA RUGS WatbabH. 6lb1MM.+., zz." for
:; '-'"

T\VO HOT ENTREES Miami-Florida football Mr Sinclair game : ,, 100% rayon... vn |*ckd srlft Tagra,. far OU .1ADITS' CRUST BLOUSES OffNlUS BSeSPBIAO ..A.. .
... on Saturday. '
... resistance, accentor coJW. long sleeve. and *4 Math bs mtaf atyfM and] $2 IIe8tIhI. !
will return to Starke on Sunday IaIIpIuref......t ....aim 111dL
:; .. tsbrlo. Some ram.noat paw. Ueel. gins 32-33. cart IDIfd ... $899t.IfuI
5 (k ): TWO VEGETABLES I and the others will go $1.99 rYami tsar IwOBe .
value) lAinu' LONG haaMr. Wash. M MorT
to Ocean Reef to remain until iJ 2 for $3 99 .

e ASSORTED SALADS Wednesday. I II 2'xS-: bfl.. lIP Ht- .hMi k .*rl.*. tylv. IM. Mcetera. $1'| GIFT BOXED PILLOW CASH $ fiQiKM

tea Solids. *n4. pettam Mm U-1V CmaioWend fora. .* mi pjejajty MIl H 'Jf; A .* B .*'*'

.R'dLLS GUTTER TEA COFFEE BROOKER DEDAM BAPTIST CHURCH $2.99 vela/') 2'for $S UDICS' nnci DUSTERS eUt band.. twe to t set $2.99

-. 21"x 4*. A* alwey. wed received gift Regular length, 9 ACCOUSTA-THERM DRAPES
a .
.I Sunday School 10 a. m. dam, necfamcei trimmed! collar r. butt keel to $399 Set toed that add.. rtchnesc. dead.*** $5 49
COlIn Sat l 10-U. ound* and .. .
Worship 11
Morning a. m. $3.99 VOIW4 auulatas. Beautiful decorator
I ..
: Training Union, 6:30: p. m. \ 2 f for $7'IUDfW .. $5 99
Curtis Edwards', Restaurant Manager III IIIr I I Evening Service, 7:30.: Rev. 2'x' STARKE PLAZA 'x84 _

Lacy Conway pastor
I I.e. Ones All Day Every Day -. Frl. and Sat. Until 7 P.M.


R'UonJ -_Pa.e_Three.

Miss Betty Gaskins Becomes Bride Toyce BullingtonHas I Junior Club Plans 'Woman's Club Recent Births Luncheon Given

I Of Mr. Shuford In Church Rites Birthday PartyToyce FundRaisingFor Christmas Tea Mr and Mrs. Frank Moore. By PresbyteriansThe

Miss Clara Elizabeth I Bet-; i II Faye' Bullington celebrate -II IIII School BooksThe Set For WednesdayThe of Palatka announce the General Council of the
I tyl I Gaskins daughter of Mr., r her eighth birthday birth of a son, Christopher Women of the First Presby-
Junior Woman Club starke Woman's Club Jay on Sunday Nov. 26. Mrs.
-- and Mrs. J. B. Oasktns of Sunday afternoon In the Pine I terJan Church entertained at
Lawtey. and James Ph 11 lip I Level Baptist, Church educa- Is making plans for several will have a Christmas. tea Frank Barker of Starke, is, a luncheon for all members
dances to be held In the near Wednesday afternoon at 3.30( the maternal grandmother.
A tional when her ;
GLADYS MOOTY Shuford son of Mr and Mrs. building of the society on Wednesdayof
Phone 9647608Patricia George P. Shuford. also of mother, Mrs. J. R. BuUlngton. future to raise money to buy o'clock. honoring new membars. Hazen Jr., Mrs. C. M. SOhmJtt, last week at the old manse
books for local Also Invited
to attendare I
Lawtey, were united In mar- gave a party for her and 25 sOhools'l Mrs. John on Cherry St.
Sanders. Mrs. O S.
ei' friends from, 4:30 to o'clock. Mrs. J. C. Dukes members of the Junior
riage on Saturday, Nov 18, at : 6 Nt Mrs. Harold) Day was a
> Mrs. Poster Shl
H. Gibson who answeredmembers'
and the Little Women'sClub.
I Homemakers Hold 8 p. m. in the evergreen Baptist A red and white color motif ouestlons as to how)I Smith Mrs. T. H. Blade Mrs. special:: guest at bills I time and
Church. The ceremonywas was carried out in the party this money could, be spent A musical program will be' Charley E. Johns Mrs. T. F. was presented with a gift air_
Christmas performed by Rev. Walter 9 decorations. The refreshmenttable a memento of the occasion.
PartyThe Mrs Eugene Tanner presided presented under the directionof Howell and Mrs. S. L. Peek
Mathls. was covered with a Mrs. J R. Neale and Mrs.
Ii I II II Ii Starke Extension Home- Standing baskets of gladioli, white cloth and.: centered; witha meeting over' the and Monday Mrs. Norman night man Mrs of S. O.Music.Denmark.No business Chair- Sr.Members are asked to bringa Christine Bartlett of Melros!!"'
makers Club white Iced cake decorated had charge of the
met Tuesday mums and pompoms were I) birthday Ketchle presented the devo- session will be held. wrapped Christmas girt program
i morning at the home of Mrs. used against a background of I In red and eight red tional. Hostesses for the afternoonwill suitable for a patient in the using as their theme the bar-
, C G. Barksdale on Hampton candelabra and fern trees Ini 1 i i candles. Flanking the cake Mrs. Bill Chambers announ- be Mrs E. L. Matthews man or woman. riers of reconciliation.
Lake for their annual Christmas decorating the altar of the I | were white candle holders V
\n.. ) ced plans for Christmas par- Mrs. H, H. Adams Mrs. T. C. lot .uinauM puttsuniai s'Ju"uooaq'J Twenty-six members were
dinner and party. church I II j with red tapers. ties for both cottages at Sun- paqawno: aq pllogs: present to enjoy this lunch-
During the business meetIng Miss Virginia Coldlng. of I i Games were played land Training Center sponsored ed: Mrs. Doris Middleton and P.IUO: v amoH SujsanM! all.1'8'J9: eon-business< meeting.
the following. officers for I Lithla, a cousin of the bride the party hours and prizes by the club to be held family, and Mr and Mrs.
I Ler the new year were Installedby served as pianist and accompanied awarded. Sunday Dec. 10 Horace Dyal and family of
Miss Martha Sue McCain: the soloist Mrs Vernon 1 Mrs. Alvin Farr and Miss Following" refreshments, all Fort' Myers: ; Mr and Mrs. use if many ways. .
Mrs. Martha Johnson, presi- Reddish. I Carol Farr' assisted in serving. members met at Nancy's Flow- Buren Brown and family., Mr.
2 2I' dent; Mrs. Larry Hardin, vice Given In marriage by her' ers where Mrs. Nancy Roberts and Mrs "Shorty" Brown and Ion 10* tray] end! pierced server In
president; Mrs. Henry Godwin father, the bride wore a floor Barbecue Given gave an interesting talk and family Mrs. Marguerite SLice gleaming sllvorplata for versatile
secretary Mrs. C. O. Brown and Denne Bond, all of
; length of white peau del members had the opportunity
gown I ... convenient twosome)
ervica. a
Barksdale treasurer; Mrs. sole with Doric neckline At Crystal Lake to see unusual Christmas' Plant City: Mrs. Gary Hllde- senveS6T '
I a Vascoe Hazen, delegate and elbow length sleeves: and Empire -'' rangements.! 11.1'-1 bran and son, of Daytona i for tha dining tabta as wait M
i publicity chairman.Demonstrations waistline. The sides of I I Mr. and Mrs. Olin White Hostesses for the meetingwere I Beach; Mis Pearl Smith of ( casual buffet entertaining. Modestprke ':
I 1 and son. and Mr. and Hawthorne: Mr. and Mrs. W.I i
of Christ-I the A-line skirt; were ,pPllI Bobby Mrs. J. C. Dukes, Mrs. makes it an excellent gifl
I Mrs A. L. Summer and H Phillips, ando. family, of
mas decorations were given by qued with j-eembroldered I Larry McAllister, and Mrs. 4
Mrs. Kay Carter and Mrs I Alencon lace and featured 11.1| daughter Gall were hosts Charles Hutcheson. Tampa; Mr. and Mrs Ray- lfi WM. ROGERS for any occasion, jCOERV.
Bryan Phyllis Caiver. detachable chapel train Her, Sunday at their adjoining mond Brown Worthington
Engaged To Wed After the exchange of gifts veil was of multi-lAyered illusion. cottages on Crystal Lake ]Brown Family Springs; and from Jacksonville -, SILVERPLATE ,\
when at : Mr. and Mrs. James 1
they entertained a
i .dinner was served by the with lace base. 1 ]Holds ReunionThe ,...
barbecue. Hammett Mr. and Mrs. 'Sonny"
Mr and Mrs. '
Raymond Bryan
hostess assisted by Mrs. Rob- Her bouquet was a :large,
I of Lawtey announce the ert Baiksdale. white orchid, surounded with'' Those attending were Misses Rtedon and children, Patrick >
I engagement and approaching I white sweetheart feath- Charlene Lewis and Jenna Brown family reunionwas Thornton Mr. and Mrs.
I 'marriage of their daughter. Party Given clad carnations and stephanotis Harby. of Jacksonville; Miss held Sunday Dec. 2, at John Oldham, Jr Mr and, 4a
I the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Kenneth Vincent and'
Patricia Leigh, to Ronald drapes ot Ivy tulle and | Elizabeth Thornton and Wayne -
Gary Williams son of Mr.1 For Mother Of ribbon on a prayer book. I McLeort of Starke: and Howard Brown on Sampson 'children, Mr. and Mrs Doyle)
Lake with around 125 guests C. Kurlln and children Mr
and Mrs. Albert H. Williams Sandy Sanderson and Andy
of Starke. Mrs. BaldwinMrs. Mrs. Nancy Pond; of Belle-I "Mayton." Raiford. gathering for the basket din- and Mrs. Mack McHugh Mrs. .
glade was matron of honor, ner and other festivities. I Leah Brown. H G. Brown, r
Miss Bryan Is a 1967 graduate M. A. Baldwin and her wearing a floor lengths/ gown j Out of town guests Includ.. i And Mrs L. Hodges 'k T n+ 'r
of Bradford High School sister, Mrs. Doris Conway of beauty red chiffon with cake which was embossed with .
and Is employed as a secretary were hostesses In Gainesville scooped neckline and elbow I
i pale yellow roses. Tables holding
at the College of Nursing last Saturday when they en- length sleeves The' Empire the two punch bowls were,
In the J, Htllls Miller Health tertained in honor of their waistline was accented witha covered with lace cloths over
Center at Gainesville. mother, Mrs. V. R. Bracewell, band of miniature roses and I Fish
Mr. Williams la a 1964 whc celebrated her 73rd green velvet leaves. Her pillbox pink.Mrs Geneva Redding greeted 1 I Fry $399jrn
graduate of Biadfoid'High matching '
birthday anniversary at that headpiece was of guests at the door and presented -
School' and has completed time. material with double layers them to the receiving
three' years of service, In Jhe The at the of net and she carried a cas- J ried a basket of rose petals.
held line
party was Mrs. Mae Gaskins and
Glenn Shuford. brother of Every Friday Night 5 to 9:30
United States Army. He Is home of the honoree on S. E. cade of foliage, consisting of Mrs. Catherine Hllllard\ cut :
1 the ,
groom served as best
employed by Florida Pest of variegated
2nd St. Seasonal flowers were a rose made the cake and Miss Barbara
I man and ushers were Harold
Control in Starke. surounded with
used In decorating the party golden peperomla.pothos and dracaena 1 1FlOI'lda. E. Crawford and Raymond Hilliard kept the bride's book. All You Can Eat
rooms. ]Durban Danny Shuford was Mrs. Esther Carter, Mrs.
with lmurn
draped ,
Recent Births During the evening, punch: beauty junior j( usher, and William. Peggy Gaskins. Mrs.\.' Barbara SPECIAL ...
and cake were served to the ivy.The Otasklns: nephew of the bride, Mosley and Mrs. Virginia/ $1.50
Bradford County Hospital twenty friends who were pre- obher bridal attendantswere I was ring bearer. Sikes assisted at the two ,_
announces the following this Miss Joyce Johansen .
sent on occasion. The refreshment punch bawls.Following
births: table overlaid witha who was gowned like the ma- Following the ceremony a the Served with )Hot Grits and Butter CRANBERRIES SLICED PINEAPPLE OIWESCMROI 1
Mr and Mrs. J. W Thomas, white lace cloth was center- tron of honor, and Brenda I reception was held In the reception QII ASPIC CUCUMBERS I AND
I State:: Farm Community Center the couple left for a wedding Cole Slaw lluyh Coffee TeaNOEGEL'S AND 10MAIOESINTERNATIONAL STICK 1
who wore floor length -I'uppierl or
Carter a
Parrlsh. Lake Butler a girl bowl hold-
er with a crystal .
I; where potted orchids and trip to South Florida, after f, 4 1.j'
Lorrie Ann November 29. Ing an arrangement of pink gown of pale pink angelskln '' .j'
Mr. and Mrs. J W. Thomas' and white chrysanthemums, with Empire waistline, capped I I greenery were used In, decorating which they wUl reside In Law'- ,..'."? C-TIIE SILVER COMPANYLeila's
Starke, a son Wesley Allen, Mrs. Baldwin and Mrs. Con-1 sleeves and matching headI I The bride's table was I tey. where. Mr. Shuford Is employed 301 I
November 29. piece. The flower girl Deanna c cGaskins. covered with a white lace I .k _
way were assisted In serving), a niece of the bride, C over a pink, cloth, and silver) The bride and groom are Dress & Gift Shop
by their sister-in-law, Mrs. wore a miniature replica of C candlesticks were used on) both graduates of Bradford Restaurant U. S. 301 North
A claHlfled ad in the Telegraph Clarence Bracewell. I Miss Carter's dress and cart each side of the three tiered! High/ School. 132 E. Call St.
Phone 961-5051
brings result I j- I J.

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Rerlton 1 Page Four MIADFOiITOT1NTY77T.RnBAPn.t9rARRis-PLonmA' TII'm D\V.' I>FC. 7. 19C7

I Andy Mayton Named All-Area 2nd Year Paving w DelayIs Cherry, Walnut I NORTTISIDE Located on BAPTIST Bayiea .mc MORGAN Sunday School ROAD 9:43.CHAPEL Morning -

way (SR 223]at Ralford. ) Road Worship. 11 TrainingUn-
Bradford High grid captain, at his center position. one post. on the first All-Area --"vv' ProtestedContinued Sidewalks\ Set [SR 16]. Services: HuruUj ion 6:15.: Evening Worship.)
Andy Maybon, 195-pound senior I The Tornadoes also placed I squad and three on the second School, 10 a. m. Sunday\ 7:30: ,

has been named to the two other grldders on the,, fContlnued< Rom, Paj3; One] Morning Worship 11 a. m Wednesday Dec. 13 The
Mayton. was' named all-area [ From One] Park Lane Baptist Choir will
do- number 2 All-Area defensive Training Union
QainesvlUa] Sun' All-Area 6:30: p. m.
anil all-state. at tackle last chiming: the budding: Library present the Christmas Cantata
linebacker unIt- tackle. diaries Smith Library Board. Evening Service 730.: Mid
tenslve prep team as a year on the Tornadoes 1088 Board members present were of Miracles" under -
220 pound junior and ]halfback Class A state champion team Agreed to take part In a Mrs. Muriel Norman. Mrs. week Prayer Service Wedntsday "Night
joint project with the School I "::30. -Rev. Glenn Law- the direction of George T.
Grace Dr. Florence
Mayton; is also on the sec- Billy Belote 150-pound but this yen was moved to Rltch
offensive center and defensive Board and City Council to Jennings and LibrarianiVharl) hon pastor. Jones. 7:30: p. m.
ond All-Area. offensive team junior to give the Tornadoes I
linebacker due to the long pave a mile of sidewalk on Jennings, and Librarian i
I Tornado Inilury list. He has Colley Road. and Orange Martha Minx
-I made the all-area list for the Streets,which are heavily used City Clerk Merrill Edward
POSSIBLE NEW COURSES FOR THE I IRADFOUDUNION second straight year and at 1a by children walking: to school. Injected the Idea of buildinga
AREA VOCATIONAL- two new positions.The Commissioners Zedra Hamilt'on new city hall and library I
TECHNICAL CENTER IN STARKE Tornado captain accounted and Buck Norman were appointed combination on the present
for 117 tackles recovered to study the project city hall site. HODAKAThe
three fumbles and with committees from the Life. Insurance for all full-
The courses that may be offered in second blocked two punts from his other two boards. The proposal time firemen was ordered purchased -
construction of the vocational center will was made by City Councilman -
phase linebacker spot. a. by the Council after Motorcycle that makes horse sense if your
depend greatly upon the reaction to surveys. The Belote the Tornado quarterback Neil Tucker. Fire Chief R. C. (Red) Bu-
t ridini habits are for the Trail, Street or Competition -
-Asked Architect Frank
following courses are' being considered. Place a and leading scoierwith + .1 ford presented the Board witha
55 points has been over- George to meet with the Board state senate bill requiring ,
1" by. first choice and a 2" by your second
your looked much of the time as : after Jan. 1 on plans for the firemen to be covered just like HODAKAIs
choice and mail to Ted Oglesby Director. If you far as defense goes, but he new courthouse after being: lawmen. The law was passedthe
prefer, call the office; 964-6501, and state your' was the second leading Tor- told the architect was unableto last session of the Florida Your Cup Of Tea! j
a n
+ be at a meeting: set today
choice. nado tackler with 48 personals Legislature.
and 11 assists plus three (Thursday Dec. 7)). Coverage for city policemencosts
Interceptions. -Was given an estimate! of $12 officer McGRIFF
These coursesmay' be offered to adults as:!I'< per year per 1
Tackle Charles Smith developed Charles Smith, Tackler $2,600 on equipment for a for $10,000 of insurance. Clerk
well as- high school students. This is not a regis- Into stalwart car safety check stationThe Merrill Edwards was instructed I I

tration but a choice preference survey. a Tornado Hk, i Board instructed Civil Defense to see if the Traveler's Insurance -
over the rough 1967 season ; Director Frank Williams to Co. will cover for fire- TRADING 'MART

Vocational Industrial Drafting standing out for Bradford 'I': _. continue his research on the men for the same premium.The .
.', 130 N. Court St. Phone 964-5266
High both on offense and de \: matter. council also wrote off .
____ Auto Body and Fender Repair tense. He had 45 tackles and:'! ( 'r; 4 t ; -Gave the go-ahead for an the books approximately $300In j Starke. Florida"That's
Overhaul of a 60 kilowatt 'I'
.____ Bookkeeping and,Office Machine Operation 30'assists plus two fumble recoverIes ..:r:..: dIesel generator which will be unpaid taxes.
installed in the county Emer -

_". Ornamental Horticulture Gainesville High Class AA gency Operations Center as an
District 3 this auxiliary power system. CD
... ___ Cosmetology i" I champions yea.rhave ; .. Director Williams said the
12 players on the All-

__ Radio and TV Repair :, Area squad. Lake City. ClassA I fate power system.requires The an county auxiliary will

____ Homemaking for Gainful, Employment District 2 champions placed obtain federal matching funds
three on the offensive for the overhaul and installation I__
1 4
.. Distributive Education- (All phases of squad and two on the defensive of the generator u + ;e'

Sales and Management) unit plus several more -Made official a proclamation '
proclaiming this week *r

___ Other: A* ..-...___-__.___________ players on the second team Santa Fe River Junior College -
and honorable mention list. week. a 4
-Was told by Road Foreman -
R. E. Jones that a drain-
I age ditch through Water Oak
r Swamp Is almost complel'o. t
-Agreed to place a plaque
honorIng servicemen In the P ''S
fi0 r new, courthouse at the sug-
Billy Belote, Back estlon of the l local American

--, Legion Post 56. ). >pa
I b Okayed a letter to the
t; I State ASOS Committee asking: .

i .. the local office to pay $75 per
| If. WWjy* A f l lVl month for space In the new t,
agricultural complex. The
While You tan Still Buy ? ASCS representative In Gainesville
has agreed to pay $::10 f)
per> month County Agent
YOUR FURNITURE AT NASWORTHY'SHALF : George.Huggins told the board.I
-Called for bids on a $8-
000) rotary, grader mounted ,
tl mowing machine which can be ;,.
used to clear road ditches and' t
-PRICE Furniture Sale .shoulders. Chairman Dave Slju- r hL
o 9 ford and. Foreman R, E. Jones !a
\ Up To 36 Months To Pay lad observed such. a machine'In '' f : I
!' Marion County and said It L
Why 'Pay More Come See How Much You' Save-! .Is "Just what we need.! '." .

Lay-away Your Gifts Now Large Selection Ing-Noted set in the Tallahassee Dec. 22 meef-at I I a very nice wish,dear but a pony....

of Recliner Chairs and Living Room Suites which the contraot for the Wouldn't you rather have a turtle?>PYou'll

SUPER SPECIAL --- 9 x 12 Linoleum RugsWe paving Brooker job Hydrocarbons will be let. road The< get around that one.Somehow 1

county has borrowed $500,000 But there'll be other things. .

Have One of the Best TV Technicians In this Section.C. against Its secondary road Things that'll break heart to say-no"to. t
maintenance: funds to build the' your

H. NASWORTHY Furniture and Appliances road> to primary specifications. I Like college.Why not'prepare for such things' I
-Was told Attorney -
; by County
I Andy Mayton\ ; Linebacker I T. A. Yawn that all the by starting savings account with us now?

timber suits have been settled
except Container Corp. The
4 Container appeal has been dIsmissed

Building Eyed by the First District
Court of Appeals,Yawn said
-Set a preliminary Inspection and Loan
For LibraryContinued 91 of a.m.the Wednesday new ag complexfor Dec.'I

20. County Agent George Hug- ,

( From Page One) house gins ,reported to be sponsored that an by open the'' k3J? ASSOCIATION OF STARKE jpd' '

month rent on the present Farm Bureau, will be set in I 218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-5000
library building: and Nona said January. I
that would be used I
money asa _
1 .
payment asking on: price the purchase.An of $35,000. TUB RIGHT POINT for the'the t Join and Support Your Chamber of Commerce

.) .' stopped Ole purchase of the way :yon write. Come In''
,- bank building: as a library and select ;your favorite ES-''
eight years ago.INVITATION TEBBROOK fountain( pea, I

Only $1 09 O Foil AIDS I --.

Scaled bids will be receivedby
the Starke Golf and Country
INCLUDING HANDSOME CARRYING CASE Club* Inc.. (hereinafter referred -
to .as the "owner") for the
eonntruotlon of additional Improvements '
to the existing' club
facilities, on or before ':00 o'-
+,. ; clock P. M. Eastern: Standard Bulbngtou's
Time on Tuesday December 19,
For this 19U7, at the Club House. of the ,
smv Owner near starke Florida on
I A' State. Road/ No. nOl at which
WORLD'S SMALLEST ELECTRIC time and place all de will b. I
opened and read aloud
The work to be done; shall I

ADDING ''MACHINE 4, : conalet Courts'1. Construct of the two following((2) Tennis ,,I

sa 2. Construct one (1) Maintenance I
Shed, one (1) Golf Cart
Adds e' g w- ; Shud. and Pro an Phop addition to the exIsilnR i, .,

'3. Construct complete IrHge 'I
Subtracts tlon and -sprinkler System (Including i I
'. a s 10" well, pump and metar

Multiplies 4.) Selected. regarding of existing I Ja'
-- 9-holo Qolf Course. +rGrKLCf1MRPA f
5. Installation. of "Quick- ,
Credit Balance Wall" partition In existing 14 ItrAr
,club house. l2 I
B' Improve existingparkins.

999,999.99' lot Kach bjd\ must be accompanied I '
TOTALS TO by a Certiried'ehaAk or bid
bond made payable to the
''r h"r wr a Owner and to the Farmer j
Home Administration In "
e the amount of five percent I YES -- We're Closing Out All Diamond I
(5 1> Wedding Sots ;
/0) of the total amount. .of r 1
At Last! A Portable Electric Adding Machine ,With The the bid I

\Touch, Speed, And Keyboard Arrangement Of A per band A cent performance In of theamount the .Contract.and payment of Price 100 Just'' In Time For Christmas! .i','I. ? /ii1L; ;y l l1l1lj t,

will be required from the *uccoHnful -
Heavyweight:Machine. bidder.The ,
: Owner reserves. the.right CHOICE
-. to reject any or all hid*.
{ .:. ,' APPROVED AND ENDORSED BY PROFESSIONAL: Copies of the Construction
... Plans. Specification and Contract GROUP
10 KEY OPERATORS INCLUDING CPA'S Document may be) obtained -HALF PRICE
,from the office or Han ..
.... PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS, BOOKKEEPERS rte' H Green Consulting Engineer ,
.. I 107 West- University!
Avenue, Oalnesvllle. Florida. A
With Machines Much chars. of 115.00 will be made.
E Compare Costing Twice As for each set of Plans. Speclfl-

i nenta jatlona, none and of Contract which will'Docu-beef Sale
f SEEING IS BEL1CVING 7: ;." rn: Perspective n nriedt.. bidden may- ....j In Full Swing Get Yours

'mine these Plans at the officeif ,

:: BRADFORD' COUNTY TELEGRAPH? 8 n Itarke,, Harris. Golf H.and Oreen Country or at-Club the, .

: 'luh House. I While They Last!
: no."SttrfceH' lfV K COU0e17 (,1''j' .

= Ben: &!ozl..Y'f president.' J
..: -tl/at It' |..
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TIIURSDAV.!' _DEC.u_7.__1967_ _mtAnrortn _COTTNTT TTt.rnnApn._RTAHKB. FTORIIMS Section 1 Puff Five, ...

Hurse. Reviews Mediocre Grid Setisbn No Plans Set l

;"Even: : when you anticipate Tornadoes rolled' < over their could have beaten Palatki a mosL of their time on thee To Close RJE

breaking even it's still disappointing first three opponent that a I! ((43-7); ), and w* could hav, benfh.' ,
," Bradford High Grid 7-3 season might be possible made a much better game ou t "By next season many will 3J J
Coach David Hurse says look. At one point Hurse could of U" Oak ((33-0))." He ha,dl put on 10-13 pounds and be 'Continued From Page/ One _
Ing back on the 5-5 season see his Tornadoes whipping no comment on the 60-8 drub. much stronger acid quicker" _
Judt en'-'cd.' everybody except t ake C\ty\ I Ding at the,hands) of poweifu. Coach Hurse says. The squad'' School:: Handbook! for Bra It was the worst year Hurae Live Oak, and Palatka Lake pity; '' wll( still be shy experience High in refusing to take BO
had endured sine coming to But then I' irlgli Praise and 'Ctt- Ion on the: ref lisaJ of the Bit
: injuries' began TJ I .. : ,th In the backfield _
BHS 10 years ago. Now, 'In hit key personnel' = they I Two seniors.! Captain AaJ;:yl Htiwever, some of the younger Athletic Department to away.
retrospect, the Tornado coach mounted until 14 plri}eri w'rout Mayton, arid end Plea Qnaiu, boys have good speed and her san, Paula football letter
of two state championship before the season ended- and a lone junior quartertoacl k Hurse believes his backfield tor the 1966 season. Sh
tt'ains)' says: Just about anybody who got Billy Belote, drew high prals'e will be much Improved. was Laid Athletic Deparimen<
"We said in the beginningthat hurt was a key player bocuii from the veteran coach fo,r "I believe just the thought policy that a student' anus't
with the material we had the Tornadoes were also tremendously \t'.relr season's work. of this past season will l cause parlc}>Ate In spring practlc.

:' i:: we broke even It would fee ;) shy In depth, .'!, AJP- atft.! Ha a Junior, May- the boy to work harder thane to be' eligible for a letter fo I
a good Job," Hurso recalls perennial problem. ion wad; movedf: trom.his'tacks, ever before during the off. the previous grid :season.. II .

His 1967 team was young, Even with all the mlsforl'uiie: I spat to center: / end llnetoackebecaulee r .season weight training and) was the second, time the Boar .
I small, and tremendously inexperienced. that befell his tam, the Big' bf,.tile many InJuries, agllll'y program," the Tornado had con&ldtred the situation .
\ -'l\Jd\ T J. Alderman 01
Tornado says 'Hlth JUlftIt, Ha,.{Hied )in admirably! maklni g mentor predicts. .
Hampton he would be .
But much hard work last little bit of l luck we could'y the) Gainesville\ Sun's AUAria Boys coming ,back with ex-. given .
spring encouraged the Tornado bt.ten Orange\ Park ((19-12)). squad s t linebacker r am d perlence are Gene Melvin, Tex: a chance to bas: on the ok! ., .
mentor. By the time practice We Just out- orrled them." the second iealn at center. Patrick, Bill Belote, Dennis Hampton School property
1,1' start J last fall, he was any- But he concludes1: ".A trerrteruious. job, not onion y; Hall, Donnie Efjer, RonnIe shoUld the Board, decide t o .v :
sell of It. Chairman Law- e
Ing his team was farl'ner "Even with everybody there the football l field," say s: Grl gs, Tim Murphy, Charles any LARCESELECTION
son said the Board! has no :
along than he had ever dared Holies still would have beaten: Coach' Hui!l erot the BHS cap. Smith, Allan Crawford, Bill : '
hope. It began to look as the us (21-0)( ), but.I..dohtb4nk.w; .. .llnand team leaiier.: He credits Buby, Steve Crawford, Bill such plans, however 01' :
-Approved leave for Agriculture
,the,,195-pound senior wit) Adams, Ralph Morgan, Tommy '
I Instructor Paul. Hut- BOBBY BROOKS L
i holding. .together an Blackshear, Willie Cohens, chdnson to take a ol MENS
,providing Jaadershlp when thi e and 'Scottle Smith. RobbIe
students to the National Hor-
,young boys: ;needed. It most. Smith and Jim Shuford two ticulture Association Convene SPORT WEAR SUITS
T The final five games of th< linemen Injured even before .
tion In New York City Decem-
,season Mayton played win the season began will also bed
@ OO ber 1-9. {', :
shoulder, arm ,bock, knee, back. BySTYLE d ,
Received an Invitation li Y
ankle Injuries that would have Other returnees Include LADIES MART :
open houses at the new Hampton -
benched most players. Hugh Stephens.. David Kail
0T and Brooker schools
"M 'yt'on demonstrated d Jim Temple, Mike Norman,, From
Sunday, Dec. 10. The Board
leadership by playing with In- Dale Johns, Tom Marks, Guy LONDON FOG
said Its members would be at
juries most boys couldn't have I Haddock Joey Haddock, and Brooker from 2-3:3O: p. m. $39 5 r' .
stood," Hurse states. EllartJ. All Weather Coats '
I Tommy 'and. Hampton from 4-5:30.: ,
II Junior signal caller Bills' Beside thoxe he named, .Heard a request from the .
I Belote also was singled out t Hurse has several prospects In
City of Hampton asking that
by the BHS coach for his per mind who didn't play fills the School Board assist theBra'iford From $$3750 I
formance. Belote was the leadIng year.
Development Authority -,,
scorer with 53 points sec "Surprises always crop up," and Chamber of Commerce -' .
ond leading tackler (behind: he says: "I'm sure we've over I .
suitable industry
In finding -
1 Mayton) with 48 personals and looked somebody who'll come for the old Hampton Free Monogramming 1 ..

11 assists, and completed 83 through big next year." school. Board Attorney GeorgePierce .
of 199 passes for a 42.3 per The Head Tornado even letter
said a similar
cent completion record. Belote talked about a third Class A .
; will be forthcoming from the .
named second team' All- state for his r- t
was championship Town of Brooker and that the I I-1 !
Area at his defensive corner- next year's squad. "If these 'School Board will have the v '
i- back post. boy are willing to work hard -
V Final decision to determine a I Ii'
Belote lettered on defenseas and work overtime we'll come Is suit .
prospective> Industry DRESS
A a sophomore and his "ex- mighty close to it," he says able. SHIRTS .
Y t perience helped to give confidence "But only It they work extra." Approved for submission" LADIES ,

to the younger boyi As It al'artja: right now the I an $1,800 guidance projectiviHten \ .
In the backfield," Hurse says Tornadoes are too young and by Dr. FUoience' Jen- i d BY ARROW
Belote's defensive ability also not strong enough to _take a ]rings, county Juvenile officer.Acting .' DRESS COATS Solids Stripes
helped stabilize the team, the state crown, Hurse says. on Board policy, Long and Short Sleeves
coach says. "But with nurse work by refused permission. for the Fur Trimmed in Cashmere!! :
The Push-Button FutureIs Little Pleh Gnann, at' 150 next year we'll be all right." UE Senior Class to take a and Wool FROM ..

pounds, is termed by Hurse Spring practice, ,Is set for trip to the Bahama Islands .i ? S.)
Not Far Away "one of the finest competitorson May. The Tornadoes are much luring the regular school I $7000 Se P y $COO :
any of my football teams arthor ahead than at this ,erm. Supt. Casey suggested/ .
Gnann missed three game. time last? year due to the ,boys he trip be taken during the .
Directly ahead a }bright) future looms In which with a broken leg but was a with game experience, Hurse spring vacation or after school| JUNIORDRESSY :
virtually all burdensome chores will be eliminated, rock at his defensive end poet is out I

in which more will be produced with less effort, when he played. says.The annual football banquetwill Appointed'a committee COATS' :: "? ,4 ;

in which all can enjoy more of life's good things. Other seniors the Tornadoeswill be held' after Christmas, work with the Starke City I
miss are running back someI :Council: and County Commlsiloh -,
Right into the coach says, probably
every family circle will come the Mercer, J. Roy Chas- FROM
time I In January.I on a Joint project of $3500 / ? :
wonders of the "push button" era, with all its teen, Johnny Warren, and appreciate the support of tonstruotlon of a mile of .

I unprecedented opportunities for more enjoyment, Charles Brceden. Mercer was I al\ the people in the long season sidewalk for children to use''I MENSSPORT :
r more self-fulfillment. A full-service bank, like put oat for fne season In the we've Just had" the Tornado walking/ to school City Coun-I, .
ours, can be helpful In many ways in your family's Palatka game with a broken I mentor says "But we ilman Neil Tucker proposed: I SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF ;

purposeful planning for this future. collar bone look, forward to a winning he Joint project and a....com-i SHIRTS
"Mercer was doing a real season In 1968" nlttee from each board will, SAMSONITE LUGGAGE '
fine job defensively and was 1 ook Into the possibility of I Long: or Short Sleeves :
into his own offensively 1 ( sidewalks from Laura :
}I FULL SERVICE, BANKING ,"" Coach Hurse says of the ;Street down" CoUey RoaH tot II t Button Down or .

I senior, "with him we could've THE: RIGHT POINT for the S touthislde Elementary and,I Plain Collar)
?r HOME OWNED HOME OPERATED beaten t Orange Park. write. Come la and from' Call Street down Orange I
way :you I I The Perfect Gift! :
more. ome _r .more. to Washington! and down

The Community State BankOF One helpful Experienced effect Now of all the GRAPH.STARKE elect.BROOK. you. fountain favorite pen.ESTER-TELE I. nentary.At Washington. to Starke' Ete-I PARTY HOSE'/ ;' From$4

Injuries Is that the Tornadoes Supt Casey's ,
STARKE Will}\ have quite a few return I t Ion the Board ordered a sidewalk -: Now her "ChristmasStockingrs" :
ses for the! 1968 squad with constructed from Orange -
rame experience boys who Street to the new vo-techi are panties, -
too. Lots
lherwlse would have spent enter.: There Is no grass on, of fashionable

I BUSINESS! he grounds/ : now, Casey variety here.DEBONAIRE. '.
and one rain would close, sald'i SANATA ( -

DIRECTORYAUTO chool.Set a special meetingat Average Extra Long FREE MONOGRAMMINO\ :
:30 tonight [Thursday 1 to '
consider a request from liar- Complete Line of MensACCESSORIES :
rEarl's is Construction: Co. for len- $ J99 S. 5 :
Ji J lle Flolstf REPAIRS incy In payment of 3.Soo in I :
penalties for late construction Tie Tack Tie Bars
I I GarageALL of r Brooker and Hampton I "n Pocket Puffs :
KINDS OF choola.IRST : -
Phmut'IOt-'OM S,TARKE tI r w
So. Walnut. Starke Sunday, Dec 10 Sundayschool
1 f 9::45. Morning Wore;: ;
AUTO SERVICE; ship: 11; sermon "What The
f. Flowers for all occasions Training LADIES :
: A ngel Said to Mary ,
Gilbert, S. ,Brown nlon.' 6:15.: Evening Worship,' SUITS :\ BOYS SPORT SHIRTS From $3.99
7:30; ; sermon "Christ,In. Pro- ; :

r Standard- OH Service Station tiecy." I COUNTRY Solids-I'laid-t-Strlpes Famous Makes M
Home and Hospital Arrangements ATLAS
Monday RA meeting, 5
TIKES BATTERIES p. m. Youth Choir, Trustees'' Solids :
r: Budget Terms-Road Service' [ Uriiit.T m. I Checks -
: p.
I ;. k Weddings Phone 061-7071' Tuesday Helen Masters Sizes 10-18 MENS JACKETS From $13.00 :

I ; : (07 N. Temple Start c Lrcle, 9:30: a. m. Lorena, Ep-, VALUE :
,. t
r Circle Mrs.[ C. Anlghtl. .
.. person
l'' Funerals HURST'SSHELL : : Ma:'' Darby Circle PURCHASE BOYS DRESS PANTS From $6.00 :

I k. i 4rs. Oarl MathewS) 2:30: p.
: Decorations : m,. Junior Choir, Sunbeams, $28,00'
3!:30. Primary Choir, 4. Ethel
Service Station
r : B ggs Crcle; [Mrs. Betty War-i Assortment Of WASH 'N WEAR BY I"AIUU :

G iui Oils -' Lubrication re,nl 7:30.: ,
Corsages and Unique Buster IlrownSLACKS :
Goodyear Tire* A. Bktlnrle Wednesday Covered bashFamily
ROAD SERVICE Night Supper,>Teach1 SETS :
.. 801 And 100 Stark.. and Workers Meeting 6 p. I T-SHIRTS SOCKS
I Individuals
_.,,\r- I L : 411 South Walnut Street Starke, Florida METAL ,WORK + erS loir., Prayer Practice Meeting, 745.; 7. I For The Home -

, Thursday Weekday Bible $100 liEU MAJESTY SLEEP-WEAIl :
i ", THOMPSON Clp. :ass, 10 a. m. Visitation 7

Jeanie Biggs, Owner Sheet Metal Work m. ROBES '* PAJAMAS GOWNS :
pastor: -
-W, A. Hogan, ..
-All Types Metal Wort.- ..

TELEPHONE 964-7704 AT NIGHT< : 961-7331 Heat & Air Cond. Tl IE RIGHT I POINT for they Our Assortment of Crib Accessories :.

Systems Installed 'W.al1 Id' select you your write.favorite Come ES-In Is Complete Come See You'll Save :

I Rd. 16 E. Ph. 9(54-5723( Tl RBROOK: fountain pen.LEORAPH. --

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FOR CHRISTMAS JOY BIGGEST- PIERCED EARRINGS WATCHES'or d Buxton 11th Graders Yes, if it's Jewelry j :::: _



Values in Town! MOTHER'S RINGS AS LOW AS, O Lady Buxton :

Has It To Fit :
( From Bank ,

$39 5 Financing" Diamonds $$10.95 Clutch Purses $22.50 Every Pocketbook :

;tip Available SPIDEL BANDS up :

O Cultured Pearls I Immediate Delivery or 4j 3 Watch Makers :

Do Your Christmas Shopping Williams .- tyfiere! Your .Business; Is ,Appreciated; t I Weeks on Special Orders. Available :


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1OTIC19' The Jacksonville boys will get 60,000 to 80,000 cases each belt to a opntral collection on a conveyor belt to determine let.
Misled' bids ..',,1I'/ "' r'p"" ,Ivd, I bM over their first game Jitters month, he !sakl. room whli in iimlly uulcd, Interior quality, ho ex- These fast automated tech-
In the! office of th.lilt'! inl ndeat
Flurlilii. Stal. VriB.'",. Vtnl I by then while the Tornadoes Many large farm operations' to help maintain top quality plained. niques, coupled] with careful
fnrd., Florida. up ,to ante,. notiher ., will be playing] their first con In Florida involve as many as EIR'11'tl.\ The gradad eggs are packed: grading: by State Departmentof .
than 1000: AM IOH'I' U* test :300,000 layer hone. In some, The then wished I
fmluir 15, 1967 for th. si'c, ,tf ti SaturdayBut eggs are, Into cartons! by automatic Agriculture Inspectors,
Pulpwood and Tn" i. l."iiKlh! Tun. 101 Coach Adkinson thinks Moors said' eggs are HutomnH weigher), and) sFpnrntcd nrcord- equipment and are moved to a guarantee Floridians a top-
I her,,'in 'alnil: :: < Will I It"i < "m.ivhi
?n i prop.rty.| '
nhl0lneI, by r"nttnti, ,i ', the mistaken to a minimum' nests and moved by convevoi over spi'dally des'gncd! light's!: transportation to a retail ou'-1
.. Tornadoes will meet
nli "e <'ifrii ii The
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II'in it t I II. 15'i Fernoiutlna Beach In a second n.r; ...
home contest' next Tuesday
the way eau. ante Come In Dec 12 JV action begins at
and select your favorite ES. 22 6:30: ( and varsity action U set.

e TELEGRAPH TFRBROOK fou'.taln pea i i 14 ..i it) I3 f 2I for 8 p. m. Ultimate in The Electric Portables

Egg Production

12 \\Vides May Go Over

Custom Made 2 Billion/ Mark .- THERE'S SO MUCII MORE
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For Florida Living t @ TO SEE AND TRY IN A
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Get Mope' : !Mrrriher of the 1067-68 Bradford High. 1\loort,, \\Ullani" ScogKlnM, Bruce Jackson la expected: to soar past the '.' -CORONA. COME IN
YOU For Your I hHHkrtluill. are: Front row (l-r)-Coach urPaul M<'Lo..d, Harold Chandler, and Richard two-iblllton mark this year according '' TODAY, AND SEE WHY
fey \dklnmm, Adrian Brown, Dan Grlffl"1I11a'n..... to the lates estimatesby ,'OR A. PORTABLE" ? ) ELI.C1KICPORTABLE ONLY SMITH-CORONA* OFFERS -
No Salaried or Commissioned Randy Jones, Ronald Dell. and Larry RIerManager. In front, are Douglas John University of Florida poultry -FOR YOUR OFFICE YOU ALL THESE!
EmployeesDAD I err. Hack row David McKnlght Mickey and Risk Johns scientists.. AT HOME-by SMITH-CORONA, ASSURANCES
Fried scrambled or poached -
& BRAD LARSEN I i that's a.. lot? of eggs. In Here's a perfect example of Smith- .
LIKE :0 WORK fact, we produced enough eggsin Corona's master craftsmnruhipt:; A complete .:
Cage Action Set Saturday the United States last year clectrio typewriter built into a hand /. .. e 9'!'
YOU Benefit! to account for 313 for every some portable. So many conveniences: :oerflW.__.......
man, woman, 'and child In the inexpensive: Changeable Type 1'.11& for Ian't....-'"....;.-
I Tornado bosketfballers will with Jackson at 6-8; McLeod. Brown is 5-10. country., This year, per capita &uagcv. science and math. Page': Gage 1'K, GUARANTEE' Any Smith-.
An Size!' <>n Display I meet Jacksonville Bolles In the Chandler, and SCOggins are ally II Holies' first !name Is with' consumption hnu7d rise to ,' '-. )jeweled< main beariog, automatic electricrepeat Corona branch otflc.will. ,
8-10-12 Wide first game of the 1967-68 sea- 6-1 Williams la 6-0, and Bishop Kenny Friday! night about 326,",a according to Poul- : ;'. actions even electric shift and replace without ch.rgea
: labor end
A' 'EASYI! It has everything .plus a @ (C..c.pl for
I I ( spacing. 11.j
IVi Baths eon here Saturday night Dec. Ciyman!: Julian .Moore of the shipping) .w part that
9. Florida Agricultural Extension r'SMITH.CORONA@ carnage lor ltiag-size jobs. () provai datooUv' within I
and Expandable 9 year of puronaaa" thenNo
Junior ''varsity action begins Service. .
ARE 'labor charge within
at. 6:3o: and the varsity Nationally,, egg productionlast &ELECJRICS e M 9O dan of purcha_
game Is set for 8 p. m. year anvountd to approxi- 1 PORTABLE! '0"'" e, Warranty cover ell.. parts
New and Used ,
I II I Two seniors, Paul McLeod mately 184 million cases SOdo7en 41jfr-f. !,""''/. "". / < This all steel, vinyl-clad carrying case MqE; except*, energy motor cell rubberpart or
8-Yr. financing availableUse and Bruce Jackson are the '! eggs in each catie. This lI, p, :, ,.,' ,,\"> Is yours at no additional charge! x : charger after 9O. deya.
only starters and only] year we can expect hens to lay _. Doe not cover damage
from accident or mlaua
Our Rental-Pur men from Coach enough eggs' to fill 103: mil .". and extend only to original .
kinson's 1966- 7 squad leuer-I lion cases, he said. ', / owner I
chase I'lan-Payments established; a 23-7 Moore note'.1 striking
Under $ao' () Per MonthNOtES j I klnson has high hopes: for his shifts in tho location of egg Yes we carry a complete selection/ !

I new squad, however, which he production. For instance, Florida It's true! Everything you could want of models colors and type stvIesl.In I
well balanced
thinks will have a now ranks 12th in national
I scoring attack and 1mpioved electric typewriter the speed +
egg! production moving up t )
:!! ball handling. from 14th place last year ,and the case that professional touch I
I McLeod start Saturday along
leads the nation in egg production I
Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE newcomer Adrian Brown, ajunior while now
Georgia --
transfer from RJE' whoIs tl II l .i ranks second. '' i.. ',':.., .,"", ;..-
I "
whiz and a Y '''
ball handling
a '''' I
Full Lake Privileges dead shot If he gets anywherenear Far from the "pin money"I, /
the opera lion!i of ,-
; Homestead Exempt- key.
Brown's mate In deep court ft production here in Florida Is BRADFORD COUFITY TELEGRAPH
Financing will be either Larry orRlcha.rd I ,*, big business today. Usln the
Williams both seniors. latest automated technique, j
Lake Geneva McLeod's mate up front will Bantam ChampsMember some large packers turn out
'I be either Williams Scogglns.
,,0.1' Harold Chandler two more T TTHERE'S
Trailer Sales 'seniors. Chandler is another of Lawtey'n champion ttiuitum I-e jfim football
RJE transfer who averaged 26 trans, Joey liennett and Larry Brawn, are presented, with,the
O. Root I BO, One Mile HE!: points there last year and he league himiplonnhlp trophy by Assistant Recreation Director EXTRA GIFT .MAGIC' IN SLADE'S
Keystone' Heights I can Jump and: handle the ball Kandall Du\'ln. Lin\tey' School Principal Curtis Marlowe

Open Sun. & Evening too.The looks oiu
I Tornadoes! height starts



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his boat. The man who ownsa plete with trailer this typi" /TIT/IPnY'PttttY'tPYTt. Harris Contractor of Jacksonville KINDERGARTEN PROGRAM I Nn'rlt'Pl Kinder 107 Wont University amlno thane Flan at the offto*

10oot car topper ,powered I of rig will sometimes sell foi all School Board Mama Priest's Kindergarten Sealed the office: bids' :of 1 the will: Superintendent he receivedIn : rharKe Avenue, of Oalnenvllle(in.00 will, Florida be. made. A Htarkn of Ifarrlo. Golf H..and Oroon Country or at Club the

by a three horsepower motor as little as $1000.00. It car. members and all former Principals will present its annual Florida. mate Prison/ Hal- for each. net of Plans. Specification Club Home. I
r may be Just as proud of It provide plenty of thrills and! THERESSA and school teachers of; Christmas program, tonight ford Florida, up to and notlater and Contract. DoaumentH. Stark. Golf &. Country Club,
than in'no AM KMT, December none of which will be Inu.
as the man who owns a 60- enjoyment for any fun loving r the Brooker School. Mr. Ferguson fThursday] at 7:30: o'clock at 1B, IflO? for tho sale of refundedPerHp'ctlo. Ban Moxley" President.
foot yacht. And this Is the family. By (Clipryl Orlffls Brooker Jr. Hint the First Baptist Church The Pulpwood unit Tree Length Timber bidder, may. ex 11/SO at 11/14 I

way It should be. For according Good boating equipment 1 Is School principal, expressed! I a public la Invited. locnled on the "Florida Stale -------
Prison propfrtHid' forma may
to the Evlnrude Motors available to appeal to even aAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAA1ah desire! for all who are Inter- b<* obtained' by eon III, .'Ilog HIM
t people, boating fun la man's pocketbook. Althougthe HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH ested In any way to come NOTICEI I abovo ..frl,....

seldom determined\ by the beginning boatman Is usually 'I Sunday School 10 a. m see our new building meet will! not be responsible for -11/:11I: :It 1:1/1: I BILL POWELL\ '
size of the boat and the wayIt the 'people who helped to
r better off starting with, Morning Worship 11. Train' j any debts other than my own. lYt, .1'r t9'tov, foil IIIII1
Is equipped. It's how It la new equlpmetn, there are,I Ing Union 6:30.: Evening Worship make It possible and have -Pu.u.l Bennett. P..al..tI bid.. will bv received.
used that counts. the, some refreshments that will! by the Htarko" Gulf and, CounttyClub '
many good used rigs on 7:15.: Midweek Pi-aye) .
2tp 12J14 'Inc., (hereinafter referred -
It doesn't take an awful. lot market for the price conscious Service, Wednesday. 7:30: be served by the Brooker to an the. "Owner") for the Nationwide
of money to get started In I buyer. In most cases with Choir Practice afterward. PTA.Mr. KICTlTlors NMF,] I ctonntructlon of additional.. impntvontents -

boating. The car topper men- It is sound equipment that -Merle Packham, pastor. and Mrs. Bobby Parrlsli NOTICE I IS t IIIOKICHY, / GIVEN' 1 ., on to or the before existing K.uo: clubfacllltleii ,,'-
tioned above complete with has been traded in on larger BIBLE CLUB are now In their home at to that enrage the umlPrMtirntHl In buHtnon ,undir cltmlrlnir thflctllluilii .. clock P. M. Kuntern Stamlaril. Insurance
motor and car top carrier. models. The average boatman Bible Club Is held each Dukes Station after a honey- name. can often be purchased brand always has his eye on some- Monday after school for moon In the Southern part of: KI1U ItAN....." off the UrnwnlaeHoiid. (Owner'( at near the Club Htarkc..I tonne Florida of. the on

new for less than $300.00. thing a little bigger and bet- grades 16. Each child la Invited the State. On their very first! .- ...Hturke, V'lorUlu" Intend toBlBt State Road No. : Says:
By, Lynn HamiltonTliere's r l' tla: Milk! name with the : ltllI'ILtwrr'lb? :
I Most popular with beginning ter. Very few boating rigs are I to come bring his Bible night at home some friends: Clerk of the Circuit Court orHrolro'd opened time and and place rtmd. aloud.'
thata the 14 to 15-foot traded !In because they are' and formed a motorcade from County. Flurlilu. Bernard .. .
I an old saying boatmen Is a friend. The work to be dime lihilllconnlf "
)Emanuel and Wilma W. 5.08-A-MONTH FOR INSURANCECAN
man's home is his castle. runabout powered by an 18 to worn out.Whether. 'I SOFT BALL TEAM Brooker ands carrying a covered Enlam..I.I 11/10 4tch" 11/7 each family, 1. (onHtruct two ((2) TennlHCourt
dish for
well to outboard. Com- A Softball Is !
fltila applies equally 40 horsepower you buy new or Team beIng n
used equipment, shop care- formed at Theressa. Everyone( surprised the young couple In The l'nnnty Jndar'. ('onrt In I 2. Co-nntnict. one ((1) Maintenance PAY $10,000 MORTGAGE."
I with their presence and all And Fur llrnilfonl Coiintrt l-'liir- Shod one ((1)I (Golf Cart
fully and look for quality.Don't Interested in a men's or women's -
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home The lUnI'M Sited and .nil ii ltlon to the ex-
nice time. an
be too concerned If you league Is Invited to attenda had a very Pilon "'1'1 N... 1-IUHT: listing. I Pro Shop Say you're 30, just $5.08;) n month pays for a
can't buy your dream boat t meeting Thursday night> at uninvited but welcomed guests 'In H.t : IC..to'.f. "HAMITKTjROKK.NHtJRd 8. ConHtruut complete. Irrlfca-. Nationwide 20-Year Mortgage! Protection plan that
were aa follows: Mr. and Mrs !, >/ a/k/a SAM UOSKNUICIKI. ::!- I lion and Sprinkler"' Sv..tem' (Including -
STARKE PHONE 964.6200 right at the beginning. its I 7:30: In the Theressa Community .. will pay off a $10,000() mortgage if yon should die
Stanley Green, Mr. and Mrs. !:: L)''c uii''il. 10" well, pump nnd flittor -
better to start with a smaller. Hou&e.PERSONALS ) and leave other life insurance for
A. B. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Notice or Flllngr Final Re- your your
Selecteil reKHrdlnir of existing
and 4. : -
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176 but more sea worthy rig .
Earl Green. Shirley Green turnn And Petition For Final ; 0-hole. rlolf Course family to live on. Call now.
then work up from there. Mr. and Mrs. James H tMMriiarira or Kxocutor.l Etc .
5. 1 Inntallatlon or "quickWall" -
Cherie Hinton Mr. and Mrs. Notice In hereby given that th..ve
Rental Services Happy boating. Breeden had as guests last partitions In oxlatlnir/
and Mrs. flied my final returiiH anlOxeimtor
Bill Blghain. Mr.
Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. club house BILL POWELLPhone
ot Ins estate of Ham-I
Harrell and Ronda and 6. Improve oxlntlnlp parking.
Kyle Murtry of Keystone uel HoHenherK ileri'UHecl. that 1.,.
Adjustable Vinyl Boo. Heights who were on their Ramona Harrell all of Brooker have filed my petition for illntrlbutlon .- lot.13ach bid. must be. accompanied -
CRUTCHES Covers All Sizes 30 Ceuta ea' way to North Carolina and Mr. and Mrs. Robbie t'harffA, and and termination for final or dln-ad- by a certified check or bid 961-6161& t 401 W. }Madison\ St.
and Mrs. Olin bond made. payable to theOwner
at The Telegraph. Parrlsh Mr. .
Shirley Black spent the inlnlHlrulton and that on and to the Farmer
and Mrs Fred CUn- 4 \ Starke Florida
Parrish :
weekend: with Shirley ClarkIn ciock. Home Administration In
ningham and Kern all of Lake the amount of five percentS .
Lawtey. orable Theron
A. Yawn Judge
( 0/0) of the total amount of
Mr. and Mrs. M. Z. Sullivan Butler. of the above Court for approval the bid.
Gift Decanters
or I In addition to the lovely of said Final Returns and
I have gone:: to Miami, Order of Distribution and for A performance and payment.
where they will stay for a few miscellaneous shower given Final' niMrlmrgo' nit Executor of bond In the amount of 10(1()
Gift Wrap At No I months. Mrs. Parrish at the Civic Center thoVIII. of 8iii..l Ito.enberg per cent of the Contract. Price
deceased and for an Or will be required from the iuci-
with a
t honored
LIQUORS I Mrs. Idia Prey of North was der terminal lnfr the adinlnlntrutlon. ueHHful bhl Extra Cost I Dakota Is spending:! a while lingerie shower at the homeof The Owner reserves. thn rightto
Hostess reject any or all bldiiCopleM .
Mrs. Bill Blgham.
with her son-in-law and /aT.eon dtnsenhcrgEXECIT9YR ConHtrtictlon
of the
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Doug, were Mrs. Blgham and Shirley Plana, ,Specification. and Contract Nan |g"ld.)" Mutual' Inturine Cun'p.ny'' Nationwide. Mutual' Fire 'Imurmct Company",

Give The Gilt They Won't Return Raley. Jackie Green.Cunningham Sharon Harrell won 11/:10: 4t 11/21 I Document front, the .office may of he Har obtained t.tidHwid. Life," Influence Company home utlicai, Columbui, Ohio,

I Rev. and Mrs. Merle Pack- and rill If. upon Coimultlnfr J En-
}ham were vacationing down the prize: in the games that J .

Your Closest Spot for Liquor Wine Beer state last Thursday and Fri:\ were played.

Another lovely mlscellanous,

; Ancient Age _____________ 4.69 Haifir & Ilafc Scotch ______ 5.75 day.Kirby Swindell and son of! shower Mr. was and !given Mrs Olin at the Parrlsh homeof

Early Times! 4.9) House of Stuart _____ ___ 4.79 Willis Palatka and were Walter hunting Swindelllast with of Dukes Station at which GAY'SMOTOROIA

Seagrams 7 Crown ________ 4.69 Walkers Canadian ___ _____ 4.99!) Saturday. Mrs. Parrish received many I

Ten High! __ _._ 4.19. t Canadian Lord Calvert .___ 4.99 Robert Morris returned lovely and useful gifts. Mrs.I

Bourbon Deluxe __________ 4.19 ftilbeys Vodka ___u______ 3.69 home last Monday from Pennsylvania Parrlsh will be remembered as

P.M. Deluxe _____________ 3.49 Relska Vodka ____________ 3.69 where he had been Miss Regina Harrell. Mer- i

Charter Oak _.___________ 3.95 Taylor Champagne 3.95 visiting several relatives weeks.BROOKER. and friendsfor ritt Mr.of and Jacksonville Mrs. Robert, were visiting -
Mr. and (Mrs. L. W. Wiggins !
: Sunday afternoon. : .
:I Mrs. Nell Robinson and

Many Other' National Brands At Discount Prices I l t children visiting Mr.of and Newberry Mrs.- iLeroy were I: f'a (Complete Ii I IKniorluinment f olne S

I Stokes and family Sunday.
9:00: : Rev. James Temple of
Starke was the speaker at the'' ] / Outer
LOUNGE OPEN UNTIL 12:00: P.M. Brooker Baptist Church for V

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY UNTIL 2:00: A.M. The Brooker" PTA Is spon- services.both evening He and and his morning family ti'i//i// luxurious Jlna-furnilure,, cabinetry
soring open house for the Jb
were the guests of Mr. and
modern School Building.
now Mrs. Earl Green and Mr. and
COCKTAIL afternoon. Dec. 10 .
MV] *.. Bill Blgliam during!: the
Hum Motorol1* n.at.t of Color TV mm nnuMM Wmatt
AND from 2-3:30: p. m. Everyone 13 day ......,. ...U ..(.ut, II<.....-t| ....... ra, ..'u_ ........ "_
!Invited to come and see tie Golden Wed- a ,+ team. duott.'fcs .........
Attending the ,.
CORNER LOUNGE new btuUliiK has! been A special extend: Invitation to: ding anniversary of the Rev.andl .' ? 1 ,

Mrs. C. A. Crosby'\ this
U. S. Q,1- $j1JIrES : PHONE 4681461. -. ,i Sc-liool Supt. Tom, Casey. of weekend In Linden". were: Mr. 4 i 1r ,:,' !
I. .Ar. I Starke, 'Don Morgan Architect : Mrs: M. '
and Mrs. A. L. Green !
of Orange Park, Harris ft
;! .
O. Harrell Mrs. Pearl Markey

*'t Mr. and Mrs. Zedra Hamilton .

(la IITAILTSHEO 104:'i Adlftir Adft1flr e l and Mrs. Eva Harrell. I II I l I

or ,\, ,". W o. ..0jFeature COLOR TV '* COUNTY' JIIIMiH'H' CIHIKTKOII / F ,I

lor the, brighlott, ,harpotlh KI.OIIIIIA.HHAIIKOHU fOUNTYt ,' '
PackedYQuality Television .....-...11'. color picture. IN KMs: elate of Kmmu i J I
Poarco Hill.{ deceased I,
rw11 :t Nutli'O Of Kllliuf fo lllnn For I I .,., ..,.. .,"
!-'!mil Dlmtmr of Admlnl.tra-I
BIG SCREEN :: "..ii'r...".. .. .
COMPACT ':, ;: .! !. :! ::: .j. .,
PORTABLE TV I COLOR To Nuttre All Whom'In hnruy It given May Connnrn that we: :' .i'mJiilfmiI;;! ; ; !' !I Wi1jil! / : ll iWjIIIHiH!

have filed our flnul returns no : :::t.Ii:1! :! iIJii!: !!l i riiijfj: ; !
,-/0.-.A',alai'L PORTAB1ETVS45995 f co'UilmlnlittrutorH of the evtato : 1
O'2"DI--MI" of Emma!; Pearce till, deceased, -a + .,
.w..... .*.!.FMIM Tuber 95O that we have film our petition .'''''''' '''; = ,. ,. ... .
o Fkftira I.. IH_ $1, 9 9 iilI for final illm-hurne and that we < .
olmmiFtaro l'' With Stand j will apply to the Honorable ll I
.< Wfllnut Of.'lnd. ,.,,101I Theron A. Yawn, County Judge ,,
$3.75 of Bradford County Florida'. onDooemhor '
A WEEK --: -1 19B7 10:00 a. m. *
1 IA, at :
BIG SCREEN INSTANT PLAY TV OM' fur approval of the oamo and ,
roe. afu.l fur final duchnxKO .. oo- ad- tUi ) Color ; .
.n- :. ... 1." Diagonally Mooturol mlnlHtratora of the eatata of ;) Rectangular TYi ,
......AJI.i4|*ftofwe fur Electronic' Color lolon.1" ... Emma Pearce Hill. deceased.
.,..-(....."... $22 995 e .- VHP Pin. Tuning November 10, 1D67 ) i' ",
.w............,,mnhh 1 Circuit Breaker. W.adOr.ydon H. JONES Jones I Solid State Stereo/ & .
.2.- Mer D. Maanotlilng Circuit OKAYDONJUNESCoAdnilnlNtratora .
... -' / Walnut' Grained PiniihIO estate of Emma. Pearce of Hill the, ::: ] /All.i I rNI: "'- r. ':_':

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: I Icoio:7 8011 Hnutheait. Hlxth" P'r..t. .
;: ;., .. Personal) Playmat TV I iJiuiUrtlal, Florida 33301
.V: ./ .. .. .. _. Fort for Uo-AdmlnlHtratoro. [ Stereo RadioLK730C22" '
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ALL t ., 'M I
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and STAND I BIO !Solid state umplifier) and tuner : Frequency Control
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AIM AvolloUo In ::.: ".: CONSOLE COLOR TV )M-uk power output; 50 watt" EIA : W.brilliarit FM
Cody. American. .saww, 23": Diagonally Measured ED V'
alb er Ye.". I music power l l :
3r"a.wl,M.-.I .N llectrenK" Color, Balance I f FM stereo indicator light
C :::=n.y $22995 $ ,,.-5.. VHF Flno TuningOeMagneliilng AUTO REPAIRS ojMk, Itclaniular, MM I Diamond/Sapphire! !styli .

a.rl.PMuf, f.Maira.r.dlhkh M29 wxrl a CircuitWalnut Easy color Srpurule, -epeakerstereo,!, : Built-in FM and AM antennas .
Grained Veneer
Earl Garage @DOT \OOU/IIIII'slem iiiLludes 2 high

>t Admiral. BIG SOUND STEREOS $5 99905 ALL KIND OF I Round hrtpo tuning button! Pusli-UHF' frequency exponential! I h....", t .: Slide-rule I: dial.calcwith \

solid horn driver .
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_..Bfxrnpjj[ ,' r- PAGE: RTARRFLORIDA THURSDAY DEC. 7. 1967 -

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.. ... '' .. .. 'H' belUt .rt .t K For Social Security
,.. ;: ave t ., Prompt t Filing
/ttI '0' ',' ":" ,. :1 r''J
r ., .. 25 Years Ago ,
..' .. \..> .tl\)..,t By Alice AIcQarvef Benefits Will Help Avoid Losses '

Protection of Home Owners From Fraud
'," ;. "About one of every five applicants a person can file without log.

Is 'Too Little and Too Late'The Bur HURRY HURRY "Boom Town", near leveled Cam for benefits social security delays disability so- Ing month any that back comes benefits after la the'the''

.. Blandlng. was nearly '
of his
supposed to do and the cost 23 In a 140,000 fin long that he risks possible. 18th month disability.
= cynic says, "You can't protest was RYw years ago These 18 months cover the
Ma involved." ;y, Included In the buildings tie- loss of some payment, .
fool from folly. and
-> a t representativeof waiting period the 12.
T But at least it might be worth State Attorney T. E. Duncan restaurant strayed ,were a military a theatre pollc, a Fontana.Social Security field in Bradford month limit of retroactve

try. held lengthy hearings in severalof said this week. benefits]
1:. substation, a bath house and County,
No one with an ounce of human these cases some months ago, WEl L x GUES,5ia 31 small cabins occupied In an effort to remedy this A recent social security
his efforts to aid the victims Social Security survey: shows that at least 11
compassion in his heart can view but ,, mostly by soldiers' wives. The situation the
frauds being were completely frustrated by fire was believed to hay Administration Is asking anyone per cent of disability applicants \ ;
of the
some : perpe-
.. file later than this,
SH ut-p BEAU qualify
from small cook who might possibly
trated on Innocent homeowners!! their conflicting and inconclusive started a benefits to thus risking loss of benefits
in tourist cabin and for disability
in Bradford County and not be testimony.On stove a might otherwise have re.
T was fed by butane gas from i a get In touch with a social security they
the other hand the con- : fl-u5 O IER gU An undetermined
fired: with the desire "to do something qp common source used by occupants office as soon as pos calved.
;, about it." tractors who did the work, and of the cabins. No one< sible. number of disabled persons''
Perhaps that something: may the companies who later boughtthe SEEIN&I AS Y' was injured. but much of the< '"Some people fail to apply do not file at all, and so miss

of them obviously e uninsured. because they don't realize that out entirely.
the (some
b.e nothing more than telling mortgages property was
SO the Fontana. cautioned, how-
'flME'IS ; benefit from
with signatures) they can
J story of those who have been said. ever, that benefits can be

l bilked? of their life savings, or "had all the answers," as well as 11ALUAB1.Ew.,, ., from A patriotic North Carolina young stationed acidic! Younger program people Fontana often think paid only if a person's disability -

:- even 'lost their homes, in the the benefit of expert legal advice, + at Camp Standing, took n a. that. social security paymentsare Is severe enough to prevent -

J nope -that it may serve as a and the knowledge of how to operate i.. sledge hammer to his four- only; for people In their him from doing not only

Zi warning to others to keep from just within Florida's pres- year old Packard at a locascrap sixties whereas the disability his usual Job but also any

"" into the same trap. ent inadequate laws. yard."I program was specifically. set work in keeping with his a.ge.
Negro As reputable local builder won't be using it where up to protect the wage earner education, anti experience\
For instance, the aged one .
to be eligible a persor
working And
to I am going," he said. "I can'tspend ) who is forced to stop
ouple, living in Reno who now said, "We wouldn't object the money and I'O BEFORE he Is old enough to must have worked under social

faQe.loss of their home because stricter regulations because it olg i 4'' rather It go for scrap to help collect retirement benefits." security for at least five of

they had a hundred or so dollars would drive some of these fly-by- ( win the war.". A person under: 65 can receive the 10 year before he became

worth of work done on their front nights out of business, and actually ; oNl ( The Junk dealer said he fig monthly payments if he .disabled

porch and wound up with a $1,900 benefit us in the long run." He ured the car a pretty blue has a physical or mental 'Benefits continue for as

mortgage on their home which cited many examples: of septic coupe, could have been sold Impairment that has kept or long as the disability lasts, or
M ;: will him from working until the beneficiary", retches'
only for at least $400. keep
installed in the area
they cannot pay off with a $75 tanks y-- '
for a year or more.'Individual 65. At age 116,xllaabdUtr\ benefits -
:. monthly income from old age 30 or 40 feet from the source of So far the metal scrap drive benefits range from $44 are convented to' retirement

= assistance. water, and some drain fields located Ar1 in Bradford County had totaled to $152: a month, if the work* benefits, without1 any
Reddish from the well and total family the amount.' '
Deputy Sheriff Dolph uphill p 1,219,590 pounds er has dependents change
= who had the unpleasant job of actually "aimed" in that direction.The /' } benefits can amount to as Currently over a million disabled

.. serving a summons on this County Health Department d *' Capt. Eugene R. Smyth much as $339 monthly. persons plus more
J" stationed at Fort Jackson, 8. "Others don't file because than a million of their de-
enter- best it in preventingsuch
couple after a default was does!! the can l 4r
but with C. had Just been promoted to they are under the impres- pendents are receiving
ed in the mortgage foreclosureproceedings illegal major. Mrs. Smyth la .the for- sion that they have to be per- benefits under the program."If .
on November :20:! says the present loose restrictions, it is r mer Margaret Pearce. manently disabled.! This was you know of anyone

this is j Just one of-. many throughout impossible fo'r them to keep trackof generally true before a 1065 who might quality! ,' Fontana

the county.' every tank that is being in- Seven local men recently change in the law,., but now urged, "tell him to phone,

"The trouble is that, by the stalled. Joined the Seabees. and go to payments can go to a person write or visit\! the nearest social
.Peary., Wiliianwburg: disability has lasted or security office. Your tit}
Camp Whose
time they come to our attention One of those who had been victimized -
Va., for training. They were la expected to last, for 12 may lead: him to his not losing
-. it is top late to do anything to by a home repair racketeer John F. Toole, James F. Don months or longer" Fontana out In whole or part in

S; help these people. After they sign freely admitted that he didn't nelly E. C. Taylor Herbert G.. pointed out.Benefits this benefit that Is meant to<

the papers, there is little if anything know what he was doing when he I. Sauley Arthur B. Hall. Van. begin after a person help replace earnings, ]lost be*'

w we can do under the present signed the contract. "Those fellows M H. Garden and Owen W. Mc- has been disabled for six\ cause of disability: incurred'

=J : laws," the deputy declares. get to talking so fast and Be Sure To Read Before You Sign Rae. full months. No benefits can before the retirement age." ''
be for months during Mr. Fontana\ at the Agriculture :
The time to curb such frauds smooth don't know what
M so you
Typewriters went on the this "waiting period" Also Building in Starke be-
: before they occur, and Reddish you're doing," I is! the way he putit. government wanted list re the law limits the back benefits -, .. ween 9:30: and 11:30: a. im

says that the biggest service that FARMER'SMost DIARYfew cently. The federal government a. ,person< can collect to every Monday and Friday, to
could possibly be done for the Shaking his! head in bewilderment authorized agents to 'purchase the 12 months before the help Bradford County rests!

people of the county would be to he said : "The county Identified used typewriters of models not month In which he. applies. dents with social security
speed up the enactment of a build- comingin of the Irrigated ber sandy ruts and more than seven years old. This means that the latest matters. -;
should stop those rogues ,, them, as part of the old "Pub- list-
plantings look pretty good for sale were
ry Typewriters
ing code, with'countywide appli- here and doing us! people that lic Road" which led to Mld-
and some of them have grown ed with Salvage Committee
cation provide for the issuanceof Information Local Committee Given PromiseOf II
; ) way. We're good citizens and tax fine and present a solid green dleburg, From our' chairman L. T. Dyer.
building permits by the county ; payers, but we just don't know picture from a distance. showIng It cut through old "Crac -
and follow through with inspections how to deal with those people." that the bushes are grow- ker Six" east of 'Lawtey, and Judge E. K. Peryman chair-

-= building of the inspector.work by a qualified It's easy to shrug such matters ing.although But It we 1 14 did still get mighty some rain dry what connected Is known with Starke now as along the man', reported Preparedness that the Institute Disaster Help In Curbing ObscenityProgress \ .

=3 "If these fellows had to obtain off with the pat observation that last weekend. h Old,1 La.wtey. Road. held Monday night was a big
the victims have no one to blame of all committees '
.. before they started a success. Members ; toward curbing tin them with a list of puibllc
a permit but themselves for their troubles. However we are now dui And speaking of history, were present and Interested flood of objectionable magazines dons considered objectionableby
job, then ,it:would"give us some But who among us! even those for that familiar weather and of roads we were over at people filled the recreation pocketbooks.and other the committee Hatchet

control over them, the deputy who consider ourselves good busi- forecast, "Pain Followed by Sam McGarveyRoad the intersection of 1-79 and room of the Metho-. materials on local newsstaiUh "" :saM i(fie.distributing company
says. "As it is now, they come have not Cold," and If and when we By the road which leads from the dist Church was announced by H. M. Hat had offered. to cooperate wlttt

in, do the work (or half do it) nessmen into or women -contract or get rain, it will be of more 13, and we presume it community of Santa Fe td Mrs. Bessie Burns. Red cher, Jr., chairman of the the committee by not placing

and are gone before we ,know entered some be lasting benefit, and not evap- was a trail or rough, road before High. Springs the other dayand Cross Executive Chairman expressed Citizens Committee on Ob such items on newsstands
that turned out there -
what they are up to. When the agreement orate as quickly as It does that. noticed a little road the opinion that a scene Literature, following! a here.
homeowner finally comes more or less of a gyp? One of the when that old hot sun Is whlth a traveler could pass well organised plan for Dis- meeting held last Thursdijafternoon Hatcher.said this procedure
most despicable features about beating down. But one time years ago. without even noticing. And yetIt aster PreparednesS would soon would require constant" review
him. .
to it is too late to help Bellamy
us, the home repair racketeers is that when we were gathering fat- is the famous be completed. Hatcher said he had received and surveillance: of local
Many times he doesn't even know they on those in the lower In a meeting last week, wood a few miles east of our Road which was at one time '----- assurance from Julian newsstands by the committee,

the name of the person who did income prey and educational brackets, when Bradford County's rec- place along the "Ridge" the the most bnortant:: one in J. J. Zelgler of Theresa Jackson, president:! Of Jack and that a check would fee

the work, much less where to locate the infirm. reational resources were discussed1 man with us pointed out a Florida. celebrated his seventieth son's Mlnlt Markets that material made at least every 30 days
him if something goes the aged and even :', the famous "dew"flowers birthday anniversary with all6f found objectionable: to to compile lists of objection

wrong. There is no way we can Doesn't! the county, indeed, have which are found near his children: \ and grandchildren the committee would be removed able publications. He said
hazy some responsibility to protect its the home of Mrs. Nelson present. Enjoying the from the chain's three that'other newsstands, tn addition -
them because they are
help facts. citizens from these vultures? Green on north US-301( were And NOTES'' day with Mr. Zelgler were: retail outlets In Starke. to the three Jackson
and Incoherent about the mentioned as a possible tour- NEWS Zelgler Jackson authorized the outlets would be asked to co
And building and Mrs. R. J.
think it does. a Mi'
They just don't know. If we had We and ist attraction. The flower was and daughter. Judith, of committee t:) contact Hick's '!operate, .the effort. to. upgrade -
the building permit on record we code, building permit, found In Florida by the famous For Today's HomemakersBy iY Gainesville; J. 'W. Zelgler of News Agency' In''Ocala! .' the magazines'newspapers,

would at l least have the contrac- building inspection service would botanist William BartramIn San Leandro, Calif.; Mr. and distributing company that t and paperback books, offered
tor's name and address, what he be a good place to start. his travels,, and Is one of Martha Sue McCain Mrs. W. T. Zeigler and sons supplies Mina Market news- to the public here.
our claims. to fame here in stands' Starke, and provide
Extension Thomas and Victor, of Jack ,
_ I Who's 'Developing' Who/ ? the world of. horticulture.. County Economics Agent sonVllle; Mr. and Mrs. L. C.

Home Zeigler and daughter. Mary T.... .TT. .T..TTYTY. Christmas Seal '
simultaneously, and only In discussing: scenic attrac- Miami Mrs. RC..
Comes now the disturbing news grams LoU 'of :
one Democrat was included.In actions, ,the well-known Dampier and son Blllie and Sale UnderwayIn
that the Florida Development
another instance, Kirk's sink-hole located off Highway article has been wasnea. Mr. and Mrs.. J, D. Orlffls! of NEWS ABOUT .'
used to
Commission has been pay 18 a. few miles from Brooker THAT TIME ALREADY'A with Bradford
more than $5,000 worth of telegraph press office spent $200 of commission was listed as one which couldbe do-it-yourself modern Sponge stain thoroughly If Starke.

billa incurred by the officeof tax funds telling Wash- developed as a picnic Christmas "tree", designed, .grease solvent.It often Dry takes Repeat extra mryv'......n.y'rnmv SERVICE MENuaa.aasAausa5A.asat About $450 'has been con-

Governor Claude Kirk over the ington newsmen of the Governor'sarrival grounds. The last time we visited like a snowy pyramid makes time necessary.and patience to removesrea.'IY tributed by Bradford County
past six months. in that city for a Vietnam the place the water level 'an appealing- and Inexpensive stains from a fabric SENIOR residents to the 1967 Christmas ;-.
of was way down, but we are mantel or buffet decor- Seal Campaign according
with the Secretary .
And Attorney General Earl briefing the hole this, first use plastic with a special finish.A CITIZENS NEWSLAAAAAAUAAAAAAAAa.ass
told many years ago ation. For remain to Mr... Evelyn Haney.. member
Defense. stain may fvt. James R
Faircloth recently questioned a. fllledi with water and even wrap or aluminum foil to yellow if of the Board'''of.Tr\J5tee11\
move by Gov. Kirk to have the Before the Governor embarked overflowed.The cover several empty gift box- after solvent treatment & son of Mr and Mrs. J. H. of the Tuberculosis and Respiratory -
stain has been set by age or McCarthy, of Starke. has completed .
,. $2 recent trip to Miami, 27 news es In graduated sizes. Stack Disease Association. of
Development Commission pay ,- on a heat. To remove yellow stain\ The final meeting of 1967, a 14-week automotive .
000 for' costs connected with his .. outlets in that city received a lakes within the coun- these over a slightly larger use a chlorine or peroxygen; our Christmas party, will be repair course at the Army Northeast Florida.

"Madison Avenue" television ad blanket of telegrams and another ty were also discussed! with cardboard frost base the"for boxes support.and bleach. If safe for the fabric hej) | Tuesday: Dec. 12.and It Ordnance Center and School The campaign! began November -
the Idea could be deve- Then 15'"
they 15 and the
batch the next day totaling more sodium, perborate Is that all members will Aberdeen Ground ,
dress on the status of educationin for fish inn, boating, base with glistening "snow" the strong hoped Proving' 1967 represent
loped Bradford total for
treatment\ usually the most be able to attend this\ 'happy Maryland. While there he received
the state. than $100 altogether. : ., in your ; '
camping, and sw\.mm1ng.-par-\ manufactured.right bout. 30 per centuof:;
The Attorney General did not Although subject of the tele ticularly the Rowell-Sampson- kitchen t ''Moisten' packaged effective for these went. training\ in the main- the 1969 campaign total of

think such' expenses were within grams is unknown, it is a coinci- Crosby lake section. At present soap or detergent with a little Nomwashable Articles. Each member or visitor, teoance and repair of engines $1.557. .
well with grease
CommissionIs >> water, and beat with a mixer Sponge stain should bring a gift of at least for the Army's tracked: and
the purview of the law under dence that the Governor took n the County / solvent. Dry. Repeat If neces wheeled vehicles. < On an area basis the' association
working on that development until the suds are like thick H 1n value. A delightful game that more
whtch the Commission walking tour through Miami'sslum extra time reports
Development .adding sary. It often takes will be- played which wilt ,
whlppei cream, vege- been
operates. Its duty is to pro- areas, chatted with the inhabitants table color II. you prefer pastel and patience to remove greasy provide much fun. Last mln- Pvt. Robert K. Dial son of than contributed$35,000 by has residents already In *

mote Florida not Governors. and was dutifully read lot of history to pure wMlte. Use a spoonor stains from fabrics with 'a' rte preparations will be made Mr. and Mrs. lo A. Dyal' 4)1 10 "county 'area -of.NO'the..tFJorIda. .
Having a
According to correspondent filmed and televised for all the of the early days of this area. spatulafto. .drUt this mix- special 'finish. remain oncerntog our annual dinnerscheduled LAwtey. has< been assigned as Including Bradford
the .tl_" *Then trim A, yellow taln may for January 9. a chaplain's assistant in the
The ture
Duane Bradford, on September world to see. telegrams were It seems to us that our chief on solvent treatment If County.
7 Kirk's press aide cent out paid for with Development Com- attraction (here would be the it with Christmas balls top- stain has-been set by age or *tHappy Birthday"and was F.au1'lrfor. W.!: 98th Supply & Service Battalion's Mrs. Haney said this week
Flossie Prescott Headquarters Co.'
with tree ornament. nearQul
which ped a top that the '' mall should
mission funds.In famous Fort Harley stain return
$59 worth of telegrams to seven heat. To remove yellow and "I love You Vietnam.
This "snowfall" will dry over- Kerlong. Nrion \ tMbranch
New York news agencies. It was view of the fact that the was located a few miles west night to hold the ornaments use a chlorine or peroxygen rruly" was sung to Pete and oontlnue to flow Into

precisely that day that the Governor Development Commission is pay; of US the- 30at bridge, which the Alachua crosses firmly in place. bleach. If safe for the fabrla treatment \ *. \Johnson; and Joe and Dor- Naval Reserve-Ensign William ]- after Christmas.office until. sometime'

and his wife departed Tallahassee ing a healthy $90,000 annual con- County r : line'''. Back In the Sem- -' the strong is usually perborate the most tffectve otty) Kerrigan! in commem- 'M, Nelson, husband of -Christmas Seals have been
for New York, where tract to a New York advertising inole Indian War, that fort Want. a touch of Yuletide for\ these stains. nratlon of their 8th aril: 22nd the former Sandra J. Vama a tradition In this county

they left for Europe on their delayed agency, and there has been some was one of the most important brightness to your 'heirloom For other types; of stain removal vertdJng. anniversaries. reapefiJvely. Keystone. Height recently since 1904.() The yearly- support .
honeymoon trip. question as to whether theagency's outposts used by the soldiers table linens? Spread color- write or call the Extension graduated from the Aviation: .of the Christmas.\ Seal
ful holly leaf or other seasonal Former Christmas! parties Officer Candidate Course at fight
< in carrying the war to Home Economics Offt9for : will ensure the on-going
On another occasion 57 Republican chief to
job was promote the Indians. print runner over your ''have always been a great sue- the Naval Air Station. Pensa- against TB and other lung
No. 63.:
legislators received telegrams Florida or promote its!! Governor white tablecloth during the Bulletin.available from this office eeas: and we tcBere this ocusion cola.. He win now enter Fttgtit' 'dt9ea&eS,'suctt..U' emphysema;

from the Governpr'a!! there i i.i little wonder that members That was* years, beforeStarke Christmas. holidays. Keep In Also Is Holiday Food Flair. wUl,be sweet better. Re- Prepar.a.ta1School.! e1jIo. at win continue..! Mrs. Haney
fice with Democrats!! strangely of the Cabinet are beginning Lawtey. Brockcr or mind that food stains come umber, pec.:: 12. 'li30.P., .m. Pensacola.Pfo "
omitted from the list. Again, 20 to view some of these expenditures Hampton wore settled and inTact out more readily if you "spotclean' Do you like spiced tea? But i.t'the Pratt Street Recreation. 3.500 families *rt
Republican senators received tele with a jaundiced eye. the earliest maps show them with before soap or"set"into detergent somtlmes It's too much troubleto Tender.. Santa Claud,' will be John L. Bradley Jr.. businesses in Bradford Court'
suds they
>'only a few trails in this\ area. fix? Well, here Is a qulckyt! : formerly of Route 1. Starke ty have received this yeaf'asoak.
the fabric. This pretreatment here to greet y<"* -
been'assigned fixed :
a s number of "settlement" Make< up a batch. and then Kerrigan has as a !
Bradford Telegraph roads and the homesteads of before Immersing when you want a cup -add< Joe plant carrier repairman In "I''' do hope that an residents
The County the cloth will lessen the washIng -
and U. S. Army Strategic Communications all
only a few settlers. This area two teaspoons to a cup will use seals on
'4 ESTABLISHED 1879 did not develop much until time too. pour boiling water over It Command Long their holiday mail and packages -
he coming of the Fernan- GREASY STAINS and quick as an Instant- Lines Battalion South, near and Join their friends
re. E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher lina-Cedar Key railroad Washable Articles. Regular Spiced,Teal! ., 1 pound coffee tin. I thlnJc'Soou' Vung Tau, Vietnam and neighbors in the ongoing -

which brought on the settle-. washing, either by hand Now. mix together two cups will like ,It and If you fight against lung diSease
O Florida'? Oldest, Weekly Newspaper Published Continually by machine, removes. some CARD OF THANKS '.'
lent of Starke. or Instant powdered orange flavored miss'the smelj of spicas slmnering Mrs.: Haney Bald..
NI1 Under The Same Mast Read. greasy stains. drink 1H cups sugar! in the kitchen you We are sincerely grateful to The Christmas Seal Campaign

O When we first came here Some can be removed by one-half cup Instant teaspoon few whole doves friends and neighbors for is the only fund-raising
we' thought of US-301 as anold atn <>}in VuoSxaisp auq; m.i ground cloves and 1 teaspoon can put' a their many kind acts of sympathy project that supports the association's
I'DbIWaecIJa Thursday and entered M Second CUM Matter *t the Fort Office highway which had been stain, then rinsing with hot cinnamon.. This will need to and a cinnamon. stick in some during our sad bereave- programa In 'community

at Starke. Florida under Act of March! Ird, 1879. In use for long years. Actual- eater be mixed occasionally: to be rater on the stove and let It ment. Our appreciation' can- services,. public health

eabeeripUons" io trad area 1 year ....001 e months $2.29 ly on reading back we found Often however ,you will sure all Ingredients: .get Into simmer awhile. not be adequately expressed.* education and zoeaearcb.BRADFORD .
The D. I.Site.faatj$
"P Ovfcide trade area 1 year. UJMi e month. 9SM tha.t the\ .section pIt in. front ieed' to use a grease solvent: every cup.This ;:
of C our placeused to 1M State ills Is effective even after an amount will nearly: fill "

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I,n_ _..YYYYYYTTY Hayley Mills, 'The Family Way'To ontrol.The lead car ran off the\ i.=-=..=- -- __ :. --- h... ",.-,"--.,,._. .. .- ;
wII Serving Florida HAMPTON Screen At Florida Theatre"The Urht back side and of the went road into crosa-the: '
Since 1950oervSce. MOONS ARE HERE
'II nedlan. The lead car changed I I"I"d I THE 1968 HEW
goriJ. tJrHl fins By Jo Ann Hicks Family. Way" described at the Florida. .nets and the car being towed
I, tg I as a bittersweet comedy Yul Brymner! stars In "The oiled onto its right< sUe. '

...... ,...,; ... .......... I uuu.uu.aauuuaaOPEN starring young Harley MIlls Long Duel" along with Trevor No arrest. was made but
HOUSE In her first married role wUl Howard. Charlotte Rampllng. [trooper Oarrett listed al FREE 10,000 TRADING STAMPS FREE

i There will be open house at screen at the Florida Theatre and Virginia North. Brynner ::ontributin circumstanceshat

: Cordially the Hampton Elementary Sunday Monday, and Tues portrays Sultan ft princelyIndl.an Conant was exceedingaTe With Every New Used Mobile Home
Mrs. Carolyn I School's new building on Sun. day. Dec. 10. 11, and 12. bandit hunted by a speed and that he failed or

I Eaves 1 day Dec. 10 from 4 till 5:30: John Mills, Kayley's real British policeman, portrayedby o have his vehicle under
I Representative Welcomes I p. m. Everyone Is Invited to, father plays her fatherinlaw Trevor Howard. ontrol. Do Your Christmas Shopping At Our Expense
I in the well-advertlsed Shapely Shirley Eaton appears -
Ph. 961-5812 You and Your attend. film and a 23-year-old Welsh in the title role of the
122 N. Bay Si. Family to Your I PERSONUSI Friends of Julian FraUck man named Hywel Bennett world's wickedest woman. Su- ...Speeding Auto I .
Starke New Home makes his debut as the new Muru. the beautiful: but evil A FEW
will be glad to hear that he vR w
husband. head of a woild- has been moved from Bay
Forced to live In the homeof organization" which Is plottingto 1967 MODELS
The State of FloridaIt Home Pines and to the will Starke be looking Nursing forward the boy's parents a pair overthrow a world govern Starke youth Gary Lee' F' Carpet and A u t o. LEFT

of newlyweds [Hayley and! ed by men in "The 1,000.000 ermillton. 17, escaped injury t
Is Our Desire To :Make You Feel Welcome and to our visit. Griffin Hywel 1 discover that paper- Eyes of Su-Muru.' filmed entirely vhen he failed to negotiate a Defrost Refrigerators AT
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley ,
To Acquaint You With Your City. and Phyllis were shopping thin walls, parental intrusionand on location in Hong !harp curve on Edwards Road I i
a long lifetime of malad- Kong. vest of Starke In hU 1961 r'S31 1 WHOLESALEOR ;
in Jacksonville on Saturday. vice obstruct the consiunatlon :'ontiac Saturday night, Dec. At No Extra Cost!
If are new In the area, a phone Those from<< Hampton at-
I you funeral services for of their marriage and Final Pecan r.! J, BELOW
tending Trooper J. K. Wade of the
wreck the youngsters'future.
I call will bring a prompt visit Freeman Hall In Gainesville ;
you (Patrol chargd PRICES
The film Is a Warner lorlda Highway -
last week were Mr. and Mrs. Auction HeldA
s.-Seven Arts productionIn !> Vermillion with speed too
from your local hostess.!! Please give Lynn Hall Nate Hall and Mr.and .. Technicolor. :treat for conditions after the 1
Sla.de.I .
Mrs. J. V.
her a call! She has maps and many Mrs. T. F. Brown returnedlast A blazing adventure set In light pecan harvest here :'ontlac ran off the right '
I exotic India and a clan of this saw' the State Far ,Ide of the road and slid elcle- 'Th4Ybs.-
visit withMr year I :
week from a l
free and wonderful gifts for you and Mrs. Frank Brown women plotting to take over a mer's Market hold Its fourth rays for 65 feet. The car 'Saw; Mum $ $$800'M I l i ,
) world governed by men make auction last l :rossed the road still sliding
from local businesses. and daughters In, Winter and final 1067 .. ,
rest 15 -
and to -
Haven and with Mr. and Mrs. up the double bill set Friday Thursday Nov 30. when 14. ideways, came "
Gordon Weest and family In and! Saturday, Dec. 8 and 0, :211 pounds of nuts sold for eet off the road In clroumstanes. the ditch. 1967 Capellu 41x12: 2 bedrooms, front kitchen $3195

Miami. $..928. As contributing 1967 Capella 52x12 2 bedrooms, front kitchen 3989
Wade aald that
for Trooper
sales of $13.296
We are sorry that Mrs. Mt. Moriah Methodist Total of were fermllllon exceeded the safe 1967 Capella 52x12 2 bedrooms! front living: room 4098
42.082 pounds pecans
Ethel Swindell Hall and Mr.Mrs.and (Ruth Mrs. Church" Rev. H. P. Hudson recorded at the market for ,peed, was traveling at an 11- 1967 Capella 55x12: 2 bedrooms, front bedroom I'/, baths 1198 I

Matchett Lynn are on the sick list pastor. Church School 930.: the four auctions according ?gal speed, and had been I 1967 Capella 60x12 3 bedrooms, front living room __ __ 4198

301 Drive-In this week. Morning Worship, 11. Afternoon to (Market Manager Robert Irlnklng. 1967 Capella 60x12 3 bedrooms, raised front kitchen ___ 4789

Mrs. Charles Hicks and Mrs.J. service 4 p. m. Allen. Average! price was 37 1967 Horizon 60x12 2 bedrooms, front kitchen, carpet 5188
L. Dykes of Gainesville Bethlehem Free Will Bap- cents a pound, compared with ]E 1 I & E ReportedIt

were shopping In Jacksonville tist Church Rev. Lewis Mc- 29 cents a pound In 1966 J\ Jackson Station A few clean, reconditioned 8, 10, 12 wide repossessions
Kay pastor. Monday night when 109,409 pounds sold for
SHOW BEGINS AT SUNDOWN Tuesday.The WMU members are observing Choir No. 3 and Ushers Board about $32.000.Pr1ce and trade-ins for as little as $100 down for those with
ADMISSION: Adults V5e. Students: 60c week No. 2 will rehearse at 7:30.: dipped slightly tp A breaking and entering
the Lottie Moon at Eddie Jack-I Ion's preferred credit. A real steal!
Children Under 12 Free of prayer this week. They Tuesday night; Choir No. 1 1 34.5 cents ,per pounds last ws reported Phillips 66 Service Sta-'
the home of Mrs. Dan and 2 rehearse S.Wednesday Thursday. { I '
met at
Fill., SAT., SUN. DECEMBER 8, 9, 10 Johnson Monday morning. at night night Prayer Story Meeting.Hour Thursday and- First auction of the season record' i nd Ion Is on under South investigation.Temple Ave ac-. I : ) : ItfiiiiW; Mileji$
the church Tuesday morning. the saw. the nuts average a I:ording to the Starke. Police' "Et e: Jcfiveqt : ;Setup
Double Feature Program and! were In charge of the Ladles Circle. Friday 47 cents per .pound. Prices at j I ,
i)apartment. ,
program at prayer meeting pastor and congregation will the second and third averaged ,, "
Wednesday night!' They will render service for Rev. Sampson about 36 cents.'I'hursda.Y's An undetermined quantity
OUT FOR KICKS AND'r+ I meet at the church Thursday White at Free Canaan. average. prices (),f r tires is missing from the "WE DON'T CLAIM TO BE THE WORLD'S LARGEST DEALER
[ and Friday morning There Saturday' night dinners will were! lowered) due, to the sale tI I II toreroom. of the station after BUT WE CAN PROVE THOSE WHO MAKE THIS CLAIM CAN'T
IN FOR TROUBLE! will be a supper at the church be sold from the church kit of 1.200 pounds of old crop I t he back door was forced BEAT OUR DEALS."
Saturday night for. WMU Chen seedlings that sold for 12 t CI.pen Chief Bobby Biggs staid.
lriiiMIHIII members and all other ol.san-1 Antioch Baptist. Church cents per :pound. 1 t An Inventory will be re-
izations. Rev. L. W. Thomas pastor. Despite the presence of the wired to (determine exactly
Sunday School 10 a. m. averaged '11 hat Is missing
I old nuts, seedlings
Morning Worship 11. Evening 24.S cents a pound. Withoutthe No arrests have been made
service at 7. Choir rehearsalwill old seedlings, the email lie break-In occurred some- f.Nustaofil"YOUlt
Colored Citizens be held at 8 p. m. Thursday nuts. averaged '31 cents. 1 Ime during the night. Satur-

at the home of Mrs.membersare Ber- Average per-pound prices (lay, Dec. 2. I I
News nice Alston. All choir
asked to attend. of ,pecans sold Nov. 30 were: _
Desirable 55 cents Mahan 51,8cents

lIN.hAIfI: :': NEMJ f lJ'iiINCOLOR[ aAiullwuDESCii I SCHOOL NEWS L.Greater A. Sampson Allen pastor.Chapel Sunday; Rev. i 43c CUrtis, Big Z 39c 46.5 Kennedy cents, Stuart 35c I II aACKACHE&'ENSION MOBILE HOMES

I will School. 10 a. m. with Mrs. F I meu
The annual Coronation I Randall 33.Be mixed nuts 30c TO
PLUS be held tonight Thursday 1 In B. Dt'lestre! In charge. Morning Tesch 26,5c, and seedlings 1 KIDNEY IRRITATION
I The Worship at 11 with the c'jmmon Kidney Bladder Irrltar .
the cafetorlum at 8 p. m. 24.5c. or -
I1rORTNE! I events are the crowning of Junior Church In charge. The mixed nuts 30c Tesch 26.Sc, i..:,,r. .teni make and many nervous. men from and frequent womenel NEW MOON SHOPPING CENTER"
Miss RJE. Miss Elementary speaker will be Leon Thomas irnlnj/' or Itching' urination" night'
24 Sc
ant: seedlings : : : :
TONIGHT YOU ARE _INVITED ADULT I and Miss Tiger. The theme Is|I a member of Greater Bethel Claude Bradford will continue .,id lep. day.and Secondarily have Headache.you oXache Hiway 41 North Lake City, Fla. Ph. 752.2797 I
3, "UNDED I "Flowers to Your Highness." Baptist Church. Evening ser- cracked id feel older' tired, depmied. Inch
selling '
TO* > pecansi:
TILLPARTY'... will be I Ice 6 p. m. with message by panel CYSTEJC uiually brings
I Friday night there
1 at the market. Allen said r. faxing' comfort' by curbing: IrrltatK -
a basketball game In the gym Rev. Bamp on.RECREiTION. even though the auctions :i germi In acid urine, and quickly. I... -- -.,. -- -- S
ling paln.t eLCYS'XaLdrulIlIl.L.;
HAllUCINAtIoN llirnoo Q@lt'n I between Green Cove and NOTES have ended.
Starke at 7:30.: All basketballf The Reno basketball team -
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Cheer for your team. Friday\ night and defeated 2CarHookUaDoes
j CHURCH: NEWS i i"My Sunland Training Center 44-
39. On Saturday night the The Twist \(
Bradford Haws defeated Douglas -
Ga. by a score of 108-70. An automobile auctioneer
Monday night the Falcons driving one car and towing
wife wants to build a home traveled to Macclenny and defeated another lost control of his vehicle
tl Keller High. by a score and wrecked both cause
way out on that Island! V damage A.UTO SALVAGE LADIES WEAR Office Equipment
of 61-38. The coaches of the ing a total of $400

Falcons and the Hawks arevery last Thursday, Nov. 30. on U. .
pleased with the showing S. 301. .
BRASINGTON Cherry'sGainesville's
of the two teams up to date. John Harrison Conant. 37. Hancock OfficeEquipment

The Falcons will open their of Clearwater was traveling Most FashionableAddress
home season Wednesday night north 28 miles south of CADILLAO-OLDSMODILE ELECTRIC For Ladles
against Anderson Recreation Starke driving one 1967 Ply Inn. DRJlJRSER-SUI'nI-COAT8
team. The Haws will play the mouth and towing a second. '
Jacksonville: Phantoms Saturday Conant told Florida Highway! Sm1U1-COrona-Aut.lorizecS!
night In the RJE., gym. Patrolman O. C. Garrett that 1 Pine Selection of Used Car
Of Galnmwtlle Inc. 7 W. University Gainesville
Game time 7:30.: an animal ran across the road Talced'On CadlUm Trade Dealer

causing: him to dodge and lose 441 Repairing-Rewinding MEN'S WEAR
JOOl N.W. 13th. Bt. Clary-Victor'-Tot afl la

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so strange.You'll find Jim Walter built homes in lots of unconventional places. Showtime-Weekdays 7:00-: Sunday 3:00: ) .. Ladles Sports Wear .
UNjOOLNMERCCRYloUiorUod Arrow Dress Shirts requirements with on first.
I That's because we'll build almost anywhere you own property with no Saturday 1:00

down payment. You need no cash-not even for closing costs. Bale! tt Service Farm and Industrial IS W. University, O.Jag vllte 628 N. Maria St. Gainesville
FRI., SAT. ,
Besides making it easy to buy a home, we try to make paying for it as easyon 61 6 B. University. Gainesville Equipment MOBILE HOMES Phone 876-0551

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Used Mobile Homes Low
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'SECTION; TWO PAGE 8 rniAnroim cotmrr TFXKaitArir.: STAIHOU. FWRiDi .. THURSDAY.! DEC. T. 1967IAWTEY

fvvvvvvvvyVvvvvvvvvnv I School 10 a. m.. Worship 11 children enjoyed a family, dinner CHURCH OF GOD
a. m. and 7 p. m., YPE Wed- with her parents Mr. and I
\ II nesday 7:30: p. m. Prayer Mrs. F. E. French in Jacksonville -, 422 N. Clolr! St.. Starko.
meeting Friday 7:30: p. m. on Saturday.Mrs. Sunday School. 10 a. m. WOr-
I Highland Baptist Sunday : Victor Wilde and ship Services, 11 a. in, and 7

By Enza Blanchard School 9:45: a. m.. Worship 11 daughter of Miami and Mr. p. m. YPE Wednesday 7 p. m.!I
and Mrs. Robert Henson of Prayer Meeting Friday ,7 B.m. .
a. m. and 7:30: p. m., Choir ,
..&AAAAAalAAAAAAaaaAbaa, Practice 6:30: p. m.. Prayer) Jacksonville joined Mr. and .-Rev. L. S. Williams pastor -

CHURCH: ACTIVITIES j Meeting Wednesday 7:30.: Mrs. Albert Sappenfield at a .
I! barbecue dinner Sunday.On .
Grace Methodist Sunday
Friends of the Thompson
School H 45 Worship 11 Saturday Mr. and Mrs. MORGAN ROAD CHANEL
: a In. family will regret to learn
am II Sappenfield visited friends In The choir of the Park Lane
I that Marvin Thompson died in|
First Baptist Sunday a Jacksonville hospital Monday Jacksonville.: :I Baptist Church of Jacksonville -=--- <> ..... .
School 9 45 u m. Worship 11 I Sympathy goes out to his Vernon Olin Is at home will be at the Morgan
a m and 7pm. Training ,sisters Mrs. A C. Pearce and after a few days In Bradford Road Chapel on Wednesday
Union 6 p m Midweek servj j' Mrs. D. W Starling his brother County Hospital for a check- Dec. 13. and will sing ""nIe BOATDRAIN BAPTIST RAIFORD BAPTIST NORTIISIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST'
ices 7pm Wednesday. Ivery Thompson and Night of Miracles Rev. Ora- CHURCH, CHURCH( I CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH
up.Visiting the Starlings dur- dy Snowden will be the nar- -
Church of God Sunday I
I other members of the family. Schedule of services Sunday -
ing the week were M. Star- rator. Sunday School 10:00: a. m.. Schedule of services: Sunday : Sunday School. !10 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m
1 ling's brother-in-law and sisters Morning Worship. 11:00: a. School 10 a.m. Worship 11 School. 9:45: a. m. Morn- Morning Worship, 11 a. Z n.. Morning Worship 11 a. m.;

GLASS That's Our BusinessCALL Mr. and Mrs Jasper Ogl- MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL m.. Training Union. 7:00 p. am. and 7:30 p.m. Training: ing Worship 10:45 a. m. and 7 p. m.-Rer. .Leland A. I Evening Worship 8 p. m.t) I

Ivie and granddaughter/ Kathie Sunday School 9::43. Morn m., Evening Worship. 8:00: p. Union 6:30: p-m. Rev. Jack Training Union 6:45: p. m. Baker pastor.Thursday Prayer Meeting Wednesday I
and Mr. and Mrs. Ray- ing Worship 11. Training! Union m., Stolte pastor Evening Service 7:45.: MidWeek Visitation, 10 8 p. m. Sing. each Friday at 8

WRITE or VISIT mond Suber and Mrs. Star- 8:15.: Evening Worship Prayer meeting Wed, 7:30p. : Prayer Service Wednesday a. m. and 7 p. m. p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane pas
FOR ANY GLASS NEED 1 ling's sister and family. Mr. 7:30.: m.Rev.. Virgil Lotrett KINGSLEY LAKE 7:45: p. ta tor.
and Mrs. Carl Holliman and Wednesday Dec. 13 -The Pu1>>r. BAPTIST CHURCH NEW RiVER: BAPTIST
We Design Modern Store Fronts sons all of Jacksonville.Mr Park Lane Baptist Choir will SMYRNA MISSIONARY\ CALVARY BAPTIST
Sunday School 9:45
and Mrs. V. F. Heikenare present the Christmas Cantata BAYLESS HIGHWAY : a. m. BAPTIST CHL'KCH Sunday School. 10 a.n..

Just Mail Us A Pattern For expecting their soninlawand "Night of Miracles" under BAPTIST cmmcii Morning Training Worship 11 a. m 63. W. Pratt St. Sunday Morning 'Worship, tl a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.

Table TopsSHEA'S daughter Mr. and Mrs. the direction of George T. Union 6:15: p. m. services: Sunday School 10 Training:: Union 7 p. m. Evening Morning Worship, 11 a. m.Tra.nnll .
William of San Diego. Jones 7:30: m. Sunday School 10 in. Evening Service 7:30: ) p. m. !
Alt. p. a.. ; Midweek a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. Worship 8 pm. \ Union 8:30: p. m
Calif.. to arrive In the next Morning" Worship Service. 11 Prayer Service
We-it.esday:! night service, Lvenlng Service. 7:30.
: PrayerMeeting
Wednesday 7:30 Training Union. 6:15 ,
: Come : m.Evening
p. m. p
CO. few days for a visit. Union 6:30
a. m.> Training :
let us worship together Worship 7 7:30:: p. m. Everyone welcome.L. Wednesday 7:3O:
p. m.
Mrs. Willie Moody of Haz- CHURCH. STARKE Evening
p. m.; !: Worship 7:30p. :
L. Parker pastor. p. m.--Rev. R. H. Butler
Everyone welcome ElderT.
elhurst Oa. spent last week Sunday Church School. -
"If It's Glass We Hare It" m. PINE LEVEL pastor.
and 9:49: a. m. Morning Worship pastor.
with her son daughter- ;
Wed. 7:30p.
Prayer Meeting :
1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 in-law. Mr. and:! Mrs. Estal 11; Snack Supper for MYF I 6 m.j; O. A. Meeting. Wed., Sunday\ Sehooi. lo a. m I I CHURCH OF CHRISTSunday .

Moody. p. m.; MYF meetings 6:30: ; 7:30: p. m.; Choir i Rehearsal. Morning Worship. 11 .. m FIRST FRESBYTKRIAM!: : Bible Study 10 IIEILBRONN BAPTIST

Mr.and Mrs. Johnny Agular Evening Worship 7:30.: Wed., 7:30: p. m.; Erother- Pre-eervto-tt: [Booster bane. Sunday School 9:45: a. to. a. m.; Morning Worship and Sunday School tIt5: a. a:
of Jacksonville were visiting Monday Circle 2 will meetat hood meeting, last Monday: Young People and Pray Communion Service 11 a. m. Morning Worunip 11 a. m.
family the home of Mrs. W. H. Service Morning; Worship 11 a. m. Training Union. 6:30
the Truman Norman in each month. Rev- David 6 p. m. Evening Evening services 6:30.: : : p. ra.
GET CASH during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Nollman 3:30: p. m.; Official Medelros. pastor. Worship 7 ... m. Midw. Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m. Wednesday Worship serv- Training Union 7:00:; p. m.
Norman and family attendedthe Board 8pm. I Choir Practice Wednesday Evening Serv.ce: 8:00.: Midweek
IMMEDIATELY birthday supper for Miss 'I'uealilloYCIrcle:: 4 will meetat HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH: service Wednesday 7:30) p I II 8 J p.m. I I ice 7 p. m. Minister Jack P. Prayer Service, 7:30
Sallle Ann Moore given by her the home of Mrs. F. S. m.-Rev. D. I. Ranuey. pastor Rev. *' bed. p. m. Wednesday.
i mother Mrs. Martha Moore Smith. 10 a. m.; Circle 9 will [HUbwsy: 100 .ai'' Theresaa} Robert D. Burch.

_ at her Kingsley Lake home. meet at the home of Mrs. E. Sunday School! : 10 ..'m. .,r ..._ -_..
CW TO Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Raulerson L. Matthews; Mrs. W. E. Mid- Morning Wor.btp.-l1 a. m.
$25 $600 were Friday overnight dteton co-hostess. 10 am.; Training Union-6:3d: p. m.

guests of their son. Mark and Wesleyan Service Guild meetsat evening Worship 7:15:

DO YOU HAVE. family In Montlcello. Sn Sun- the home of Mrs. 'Lucille" p..>a/ An investment in Your [Future
day the Raulersons visited Godwin: 7:30.:

-Too many .payments to make? Mrs. Raulerson's:: brother Clarence Wednesday the home Circle of Mrs. 1 George meetsat Services Wednesday*-. 1:30.Nlgnt p. m.?"ayer Rev..

-Too many bias to pay 7 Rest George home Cannon Prescott in Jacksonville.at and Troplcana sister. the Hugglns.home Circle of Mrs 3 Jack meets Eaves.at Merle.NOBTllSIDB Fackham: BAPTIST pastor.! AT 'EmlJ E! t COO l m L LV ffI eaae.a.w.tr\MNwa(

Mrs. Clara Olson visited relatives 10 a. m.; Bible Study and .
Prayer Meeting 7:30: m. -- --
p. ---
in Lutz last week. They Located on Hajnoia jflgb -- -. -__ -- -
returned home accompanied Thursday Chancel. Choir way ISR :X5)at. :! ) Halfor Ro fI r-- -- -
EXTRA CASH NOW sister-in-law who will Rehearsal 7:30: p. m. -
by a I BH .161... cervices': Hund> --
few days with them Friday Junior Choir Rehearsal .- :
spend a School, 10 a"" m. Sundat' !
and while here will also visit 3 p. m. I == CONTACT
LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR Worship.! 11 a. inTraining
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mosley .
MONEY PROBLEMS union. 6:30 p. m = Ice Horkey gam*,myH
In Highland.ST'6 Robt. L. Richard t
Evening: Service 7:30.: MidWeek ====. I ,.e at a r'lC4n see n two

We Are Trained To Help! \ home Richard Monday Durban as a surprise arrived -- Funeral Services Prayer Service Wednv KIQS ao say one craziest z5s:be that 'P.ck''t" 11avln" just places at alL ____,,
Uy; 7:90.: -Rv, Glenn law "BOY \0.hange
I to his mother Mrs. Ed Held MondayRobert hon. pastor.' little boy aid 1 letol'l him that 1 WOU111 : how much better
at j just
Open Wednesday Afternoons!'! Until) 5 P.M.. Starting; Durban He has been on dutyIn I -- big sUcKs dashing but this I..l. me to I about at myI1ow
Slnop Turkey and will L. Richard. 17. of peculiar, 1 can move
Wednesday. Nov. 22 Thru Wednesday. Dec. 13 ( : BETUEL BAPTIST CHURCH = file may seem the \ real
; In Its a
spend a month's leave here. Spring Lake near Keystone that llttli old puck. .1\r tith\lI and a soul ..:,"e8,
Visiting Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson Heights, died Saturday In a Sunday School! 10 a. m === oS I am than s mind I to thinkI w ,h SuuJay and
Town Finance Co. and Mrs. Daisy Boch: and Starke hospital. He was born Morning Worship 11 a. m own free \ ant I have cag 0 to.C 1Ul'C.pa' 111.\1
family on Sunday were Mr. in Starke on July 14. 1890. s ted 'In ". won derful Privllei8.
I Evening: Worship .7S:: 0 p. m I to rs- t a t it
226 N. Temple Ph 964-7449 I and Mrs. Maines Orlffls and and was the son of the late hove SunJay1
I ,
Prayer: Feting: ,'::10' pto God-.now .
Mr. ana> Mr. and Mrs. Vlra11'F' Robert T. and Zoe Wall Rich I -H: worship tr\est. at. r-
I Wednesday.: RT. W. 1 ..won t. you be >ul
ard.He New out as, p*star, -
--- -=-"""- was a retired personnel I .

manager having been employ FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD _
JACKSONVILLE ed tor many years by the OF STARKE U '
BUSINESS DIRECTORY Merrill Stevens Company In I = _
Jacksonville: where Xormer- West :'weldon St. and nal-

; ly lived. He was also employedat ford Road. ,
Camp Blandlng during Sunday School: 10:00: a. m.t
Auto Sales & Service World War II. 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship:

MOTORCYCLES PIANOS Mr. Richard/ was a Mason 6:00: p. m. C..A.. Services: 7:00:
LAND and a member of the First P, m..Evar.geUat4o; Services. :1 _
ROVER Presbyterian Church of C. A., ,Servlces: 7:30: om

HONDA For Mmilra. ) .Advice Starke. Evangelistic- services,
The World's Finest In
Surviving are his widow .Wednesday::7:3: ; P."': MidWeek i f
Sold 4 and Wheel Srrvlml Drives by MOT O It O y O IK 8 C. TARTER NICE Jewell Richard:: a daughter Prayer: Meeting, I I It
llobert Chevrolet Mrs. W. J. Epperson Paatori" R"V, George breen.

Oren Cove,, Spring, 30.13 ALL MODELS 'i ,, Starke: one grandchild and ,J4 I
r'J\ Oft/ ; I two great grandchildren.
:.Jaduonvlllo 26 -96.1 Jri4si( held .
Funeral services were AIRPARK
,V P()r.f'Rrl BAPTIST
Merchants Green Stamps .................. ; ,; at 11 a. m. Monday In Jones I '
Memorial Chapel at. Starke Sunday School 10 a. m. I

JEEP Open 8 A.M: 7 P.M. Established J948 with Rev. Robert D Burch,"officiating. Morning',Worship. .1. a m. I
Vehlrlrn Chlckerlng &: Interment was in Training Union. 7p.. m. Eve II j I
Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri in Crosby fling 'Service. 8 ,
Station I Other Name Brands the family plot p. m.-Rev
rep Wagontwr Lake Cemetery with DeWitt. Leroy Olive, pastor
Wagon Open Sat. 8 A.M. 0 P.M. PIANO;; CONN ORGANS C. Jones Funeral Home in I
9 Jeep Universal. 2001 Park Jacksonville 888-8318 charge of arrangements. DEDAN BAPTIST"CHURCH r&t
S Jeep Gladiator Trucks Closed Sunday &: Monday .. ,
Authoring! Service I
S Approved Tarts. OrUfis and their respectivefamilies Sunday School. ,,19 4 wheel Drive 8 Wti-l 404D Bluiidlng Blvd. PICTURE FRAMES of Palatka on Sunday. ,Morning Worship a. 'm. Till. Onitih h MI.. appoint!0|....,In Ihh weld lorpfI".lIo.Hit....,.....at Wi tmt :::tiELY. 17ft..q,

Drive JiW".JIOnvllle 171-8244 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith of Training Union 6:30: p. m.t tar man and ol,UK dtmon4..,In man It,..,..nd to that)low by him, .hh,.ntijhbot.Without, r
EDDIE BLAND Virginia Beach were recent I .Evening Service '7:30.: Rev.I this |rounding in the lov. ol Cod, no aovtfnmont' .. .witty .. *af .1' l"o all lonf &: "
visitors. .Lacy t .Conway paotor. I p", .... and Hit ".....om. wish.. wi hold..W dim Kill, kiKitoblr' (pith..T.....',..., Wee .: ?:

MOTORS, Inc. PICTURE FRAMING Mrs. James Hall of Baldwin (tram g uinih, point, ,ol, our, ono ihould wpimt 'Ihi Church lor Iho uki ol .Ini willoioI i
63.1: : W. ADAMSJACKSONVILLE MUSIC spent Sunday with her parent "- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH at I htimlll and hh 'tamdy." ,I lirond that, bowtv,...., porion. should. uphold and.. ..... :
354-7751' UNFRAMED PRINTS ;... Mr.and Mrs. J. D. Clark. STARKE. '' tlcipqll' in .Iho larch bee..... H .Hill 'Iho Itulh ofcoul, mon. 't lilt, dtolll' ond.. dtilmy. ; Ihlliulh r'
Oloria Newsome spent the Sunday. Dec. 10 'Sunday nhKh "0..will, Ml' him I IIM, lo lire a I iniU ol M. afl
Parrish Motors. SPILLERS'GALLERY weekend with Shirley ,Clark School. 9:45.: Morning! ,Wor ttltmto' Adv.fWV
ship.; 11
and family. : sermon "What The
Paulus Music Co. Mrs. John Brown and Mrs. Angel said to Mary.7,Training
SALES BUI Powell were visiting Mrs. Union. '6:15.: Everting'Worship,' This Feature Published in the Interest of Better
SERVICE a Band & String Instrument) 1049 Fork Stw-In Five I'olnti Brown's nephew. Oscar Perry 7:30: ; sermon "'C nat In Pro- a Community by the Follow I
PARTS Air Base Hospital phecy. I Ing Civic-Minded
at Navy : Business Firms
e Gibson Guitars AmplifiersSchool Jax S 3-8Mt in Jacksonville. Monday..RA, ,meeting! 5
SuppUea.-lnatruction p. m.. Youth ,Choir -Trustees'
Goins and Jim Tillery FAULKNER
32 Years A.I 1 A Dealer
t( Always Good Used Cars of Phoenix City. Ala. were visiting Meeting. '1''..p..'m- t Edwards Grocery & STARKE BUILDERS;
r 821 Laura. St. "....k..a"lIIe. Robert. RecordersMusic SEWING CENTER Madron and Linda Duck Tuesday ,-**; Helen. Masters. SINCLAIR SERVICE I
LLbrarY-Expo.rt last weekend. Circle. 9:30: ( a. m: Lorena Ep SUPPLIES Inc.
Phone 3A6-Q654 Repair Department Visiting Mr .and Mrs. A. D. person, .Circle. tiMrs.'. C. A. U-HAUL RENTALS Mkt.

BEAUTY ACADEMY Dobbs during the week were Knight) Ma'-' 'Darby Circle Featuring AM Hardware
H. & N. Truck
41 Trailer Grocerles-1\feat1J.-l'eedlt'
W.l\lonroe8t. Burney Dobbs and Casey (Mrs.., Gad -Mathews|. 230.: p. Complete Paint SuppliM
American JiU'knonvUle, a55-6441 SEWING CENTER Dobbs and son of Jacksonville m. Junior!::,Choir\ ; Sunbeams Complete Lubrication Gas & Oil and Sporting Good
went hunting with Bill 3:30.: Prknsiry-Chotr;: ; '4. Ethel'
1> Hairstyling Jacksonville 3310 Beach 898-VOttl Blvd."" They Dobbs and, Bill was proud to BIR"'C'rCl'IMrs'! : Betty War-1':, .Minor Tune-upa Ph. 964-5312 Slarke Fla. "C-'tDJ'K WIT" usX19 fSal"

Academy 1967 Singer bring home a five point buck. Ten Wedne.sctay.Covered) 7:30.: ( _. *bish-t j 709 S. Walnut Ph. 9G1-5899 \\"aabJq&ola St. M4-0470
Rev. David Tonguon of ;
21 W. MO.NKOKJACKSONVILLK Auto Zig Zag Lake Butler was a dinner. Family.Nla'ht'f1SupperTtach.er8 \ ( -

33iF9S01OPTICIAN guest of Mr. and Mrs. Milo and Workers:Meeting. ;."6 p, DOYLE CONNER ,fi'l!fa RS Lawson Meat Market
Like New Smith Friday" evening. Mrs. m. Prayer Meeting, 7. Church '
: RiversideHairstyling smith's aunt. Mrs. Hazel .Choir Practice. ,,7:45.Thur'edayWeekday. i Insurance Agency AND COLD STORAGB

Console Model makes fancy designs Clark and Mr. Clark of Le- Bible: I OF STARKE INC. w. Specialize! In Custom 8la.cfci.-
visiting the Class, 10, a. m. Visitation,.7P1 S-A-V.E
e' atitches. banon. Va. were : tag.
monograms Smiths during the weekend. ;\, ''P', i'' With Your Mutual U.s. 301 NORTH Prepared invo i.e:::;
overcasts buttons ... Agent
Academy sews on Attending the funeral of :W. 'A. Hotran, pastor:

r 2B.1U: PARK ST. make button hole & blind Richard Crews Sunday at ,_ .1 222 N. Temple Ph. 964-7369 Ph. 96..'-7600 St ar k e. Fla.BAUN'S PHONE- :,-....700.

d :\JAUKSO.NVII.LK :SH8-1I.'i1 //ROFESSIOMAL J: CPTICAl stitches No attachments Klncsley Lake were Mrs. Leon MADISON STREET
Accr OJtm] Losrls Carter, BAPTIST CHURCH J
Starling Mr. I
COMPANY Demonstrators $64 or |d
per .
Qualified Instructors Mrs.Howard Norman 'Mrs.Ola. Opportunities for service;. VICKERY GARAGE
w Modern Styling Prescription P111.4 '- mo. Call Jax 771-mo Starling and Mrs. O. J. Phil Sunday Dec, 10 Sunday GULF FLORIDA :

Monthly Claasea Broken Lenses Duplicated 11. & ."Where tomorrow'' ..,.IIBIa Artificial Eyes lips..Mrs.. John Wright of Thm- Worship 11 a. m. Youth Phone' 961.6022 SERVICE -I I

e are trained' Eyewear Specialists .pa was visiting her parents Choir'Bupper, 545.; 'Training EST

213 Laura St. ..Ju 836-0309 WESTERN Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shuford.- Union. 815.:: WMU Prayer Cir ; > Complete Automotive J NEXT TOHOLIDAY

i 1034 Park St. Ja* 934-<"Wia' STORE last week. cle 7:15.: Evening. Worship, REPAIRS INN ONTROLFor
ELECTRIC MOTORS Mrs. Shelly Rosier-return- : : .. I

ed Friday after spending two 7:80.Monday;,; ;_ ?WA.. meeting., Every Need U. S. 301 NORTH[ & txIMUUI l0.
Phone 9C4-53IO.
where she visited her daughters < t "
Peavy Brothers :
Western'Store Mrs. J. R.Jones and Mrs. L- Prayer MeetIng -

Electric Co. "Wher. Henry Carter and their families .. .ysltatlon.,'7:18: :, p. m.Church ., 539! E. Call. St. Starke. Fla.

J ELECTRIC: MOTORS You'll"For the Find HorseEnthusiast"1 Everyttiing : Mr. and Mrs.'Jones ac- Choir Practice De.aI I Charley I E. JohnsAgency BRADFORDABSTRACT Phone 964-5743: for FREE

fiOld, -ServicedRepaired Commercial and Portrait companied Mrs Rosier home CODS, Meetingg730.. I. Inspections & Estimate

j. Genera tors-Starters Photography Western Clothing Leather- and spent the weekend with Thursday'Sunbeams''' and;
Alterations Frames & Custom Framing her.Mrs. : 131 .. Walnut pft. 864-8070 Company Hurst Shell Service:
t' foods, Saddles and Trailers OA :
Steve Starling Is meeting 7:30: p. m. j GENERAL
Armature ICewlndlng Charles & I INSURANCE 158 W. CALL CARL HURST
1938 : Petty ST.
Blandlng Blvd. spending some time with the -.Rev.. Norman 1. Redding Nobody But .
4044 I i t,"1 "Jacksonville 387-2.128: Jack uavlU. S84L-U10 I J JI Agency Starke Fla. Ph. 964-6881 ilea 8: w....... ataera

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count and Doyle 'Conner: : In-I Baldwin that Buddy Morgan I
Youth Gets 5Yr. ProbationIn
Local surance topped Biooker stood by on the radio\ for the

The first game saw Conner entire night when Doug's sonwa.s
Better Street Lights Approved At Lawfey Duval County Accident DeathA Insurance defeat Brooker 19- rushed to Alachua General jy S ncetown.tvm-, .

o behind the running of Steve. Hospital two weeks ago. 1. ._,.O'WNN.n...., ,..
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Roster It also reported that one _- .
r I Strickland and was 'IT MAt uWfc
An improved system of brought file subject up Mon Bradford teenager whose I a prison term would mot LI The win gave Conner a sec- accident and two fires were I!<..l'* H wxw re' ..uixoti '
tftreet was given the I day night by asking Council, car hit and: killed a passengei likely turn Orififls toward the C. B. Club mem- .
llg'hts the front of Nettle's car was ond place finish for sea- repotted by
Two Cars Hit a motorcycle in Duval crime rather than being II. Tl I)
.tamp of approval Monday man Dinkins what \lie Ka< estimated at $200. on bers, by radio.
The council hac County last March 4 has beer detei'rent.OrittIs son.After Better Home Furniture Co.
found out. ,
night Dec 4, by the Lawtey the games, the boys Plans were also mode for a
City Council. agreed at a previous meetln; Same CowTwo First Rainfall placed on five years probationfor was driving: north on were given a party !in the oldannoiy Christmas party following the 1200 S. Edcewoud Ave.
The Council, on a motion to look Into the problem Dink manslaughter U. S. 301 near Maxvllle abou where they wore given regular meeting on December
by Board Member Paul Dink Ins said the marshal! had tht Recorded HereIn The probation for Roger 2am. March 4 when his OH' trophies for participation in 14. Wives and children ofmembers JackwmvlUe, Florida 32203
Ins, Mia ordered that additional authority to shoot stray dogi cars ran into the same I Dale Grlffis. 19 of Route 2, rammed into the rear of i u the league. Invited
black angus cow within one Over MonthThe Starke, set by Criminal
street lights bo placed at that wore no Identification.: : motorcycle Fones was rldini
minute of each other Friday: Court Judge Warren A. Nel
on the back seat. The: motorcycle -
all churches In the town that ,''Louise Rosier oneposed
need them. That was !in addition shooting the dog! night, Dec. 1, on SR-221: first rainfall records son OriUfls earlier pleaded no driver, John F. Murray, New C. B. Club .
[Graham Road] 3.3 miles I In Bradford County in over i a contest to charges of manslaughter r also of VA 174 at Cecil Tick!, :
to five new street lights Chairman Starling said he Will Take Part TO THE CITIZENS OF LAWTEY
south of Starke, according tc month fell Saturday and In the death of Steven survived the crash.
and more powerful lights income "a solution to all these /
wants Florida Highway Patrolman Sunday, Dec. 2 and; 3, when Douglas Pones. 18, an In Xmas ParadeAt
already existing recom- have accumulatedIn
dogs that O. Garrett. the Florida Forest Service recorded airman with the VA-174 at I Who Voted and Supported Me,
mended by Mayor Charles Shu- the past two years. None of the five persona in a county average of .2' Cecil Field Naval Air Station Warriors Top a special meeting held

ford Florida and Power J. H. DuPree and Light of Co.the Mayor Shuford asked the the two vehicles were injured, Inches. Oilffla was adjudged guilty Flag FootballThe November 30 at the Civil Defense I Will Forever Be Sincerely Thankful.
Council to fake action to stop, but damage to the two can The Louis Hill Tower a.t and sentenced to three yearsin building. It was decided
"I think It'll be an im-
cars and school buses from' totaled $500 and the cow was Lawtey recorded a. high of .4 the state prison but Judge Senior Flag, Pootbnl that the new Bradford County
for the town,
provement Shuford told being parked on the city hall killed. No charges were filed Inches, the New River Towe Nelson suspended the sentence League wound up the season C. B. Club would enter into H. C. KELLY
Mayor Charles said lawn bees use the grass is be- A 1963 Ohevy II driven by .2, and the Santa Fe Tower .1 1. and ordered the five Monday night December 4, the spirit of Christmas by
the Council.street The mayor had been Ing killed, he said. No action Paul Wayne Black, 16, Lake Ten fires which burned 34.4 years probation. Among the with, the Warriors going! un participating In! the annual|I''
larger light was taken.A Butler was first to hit the acres were reported for the terms of the probation are defeated. The Warriors troun Christmas parade on December -

but recommended Dinklna for the his churches motion request :by Herman John cow, killing the animal. The week of Nov 17 to Dec. 4. that Ortffls' not operate a motor ced "the Snookles: 320.Nelson's 15 Thank You -
pushed I son of a portion to be usedin accident occurred at 11:14 p. There have been 131 fire vehicle during that time small I
and the board approved it Bandits took sec The club will have a
the Negro section of the m. in the westbound traffic since Jan. 1 this year with and abstain from consuming the I radio-
and two C B.
ond place by downing float
unanimously.The $230:: the city allocated for lane. 903 acres burned compared to alcoholic beverages.The 32-19. In the line-uP. I wish to offer my sincerest appreciation to
Rogues equipped cars
council also went I recreation was tabled pending Just one minute later, at 81 fires over the same period judge Indicated one of All officers of the Bradford my loyal' supporters for their vote Tuesday, returning -
through a long discussion action by the Recreation 11:13: p. m. a 1057 Chevrolet in 1966 which burned! 513: +< the factors favoring probationwas The Warriors will, take or I County club attended upon me to office for another term.
I the All-Stars, a team made up
about establishing a dog Board. Chairman Starling told driven by Thomas Davdd Net- acres. that Orlffls has no prior of the
invitation, a meeting
pound but 'took no action. Johnson the money is supposed tles, 21, Brooker, ran over criminal record. from the other three teams, Baker County Communications I hope to profit by past mistakes and serve
Mayor Shuford said the prob- I to be administered by the Recreation the then dead cow as it lay In Bradford County'sPromotional The Bradford Sheriff's: office Monday night Dec. 11. The Club on December 3. nil cltizenl'of Lawtey a-* a better mayor. It 1 Is my
All-Stars will attempt to defeat
lem of the dogs has been with Board. Johnson raid the west bound lane. and Duval Public Defender -
Film the Warriors, something The Baker unit accepted an hope that I can be a real service to our community.
the city a long time and the the Board does not meet and Damage to the front and T. Edward Austin Jr. made invitation to add one mobileradioequipped
more "we mess with it the Starling said he will investi- bop of Black'a Chevy II was Used As ExampleBradford pleas for leniency for Orlffls the other teams couldn't dodur.Lng < car In the
more trouble well get Into." gate the situation. estimated at $300. Damage toy The Judge said a thorough the season. Christmas parade in Starke. Mayor Charles R. Shuford
Chairman Eugene Starling the probation
pre-eentence by
County's promotional It was annocned by Doug
to believe that The Loved Ones'To I
film, prepared by the officer led him \

; Chamber of Commerce, will be Play Teen
Rad'r shown next Tuesday, Dec. 12,,
.0' in New Port Richey. Mail Should Be Dance SaturdayThe

,' ret Pete Novak, manager of I Posted Early OLW iIg:SPEGIJIlsS ON S185

4 R the Bradford Chamber, will teen dance this week,
explain how the film was In The DayPostmaster Saturday. Dec. 9, will feature
made. The New Port Richey the Loved Ones. The dance I s
Ohamber heard of Bradford T. C. Hazen Jr. will be held In the old Armory -
County's promotional film and I reminds local residents that after the Tornado-Bolles The Quiet Spot For Liquor Wine Beer .

asked, the Chamber here to It is just as Important to mall basketball game Admission Is
show them how to produce a early in the day. as to mall $1.25 and no one will be admitted -I, YOUR BUSINESS -
film to describe the Greater early during the Christmas after 11 p. m. 1:1: WE APPRECIATE

New Port Rictoey Area. season. I 4.95 Bourbon DeLuxe 3.98 i iilbeys
JT| Canadian Lord Calvert ---------
I By mailing early In the day, Men's Basketball : 3.391

STORY HOUR postal employees can assure ; Old Crow ________________ .R5. Vodka; __________
I that; gifts cards and letters To Be OrganizedAnyone -.

I AT THE LIBRARY can 'be sent on their way by Lord Craven Canadian ____ 4.65 ftW: Cilbey'8 Gin _____________ 3.98r
the earliest possible transportation Interested In entering (
I, "It'a beginning to look a lot Hazen said. Often a team in the men's city Calvert Extra ____________ 4.65 Kentucky Beau ---------- 3.78'j jCahert
like Christmas" at the Bradford league is asked to please contact -
t I Crunty Public Library, there day Is for only one many connectionper distant t the recreation depart-I Y, Schenley Reserve ________ 4.65 JiAY Gin ___________ 3.88, j .

+ i I and the weekly this will Story be the Hour theme this at points and If mail. Is deposited ment. I Canadian Mist ____________ 4.C5SeaRrams Charter Oak ____________ 3.78j!'
after that transportation has The league Is tentatively T
DID YOU PAY THAT I I afternoon, [Thursday! from left there can be a one day scheduled to begin In Janu- 7 Crown ________ 4.65 IMVL\ DeLuxe _____________ 3.594 J JRelska .
*< I 3:30: to 4:15.: Mrs. James Mur- delay in moving to the next ary but teams must have their ( '::1
know.. it. : phy will be the storyteller. All ntry requirements complete if 4.51 Vodka 3.64'
If you don't .. or can't prove .. sorting point. Inver ( ------- -- -
children ages 6 through 9, are Because of the heavy nationwide prior- to the first game. For

you may end up paying it twice. invited. Christmas mailing Information, call the Recreation t 1I.S.t: !*
The' following new books Hazen asked that, more than Center, 964-6791, between -, About Special; Case Prices |
Not half as satisfactory as paying by have been received: even before patrons mall early a:::30 a. m. and 5:30:: p.a. .

Fiction !In the season to assure LlQuoi
check (which provides you can- The Walking Stick Ora- that there are no J Jam-ups' In

celled-check receipts). I haml]; The Piper on The major cities where mall con- Liawtey Bantam7ootball LONG BRIDGE
Mountain [Peters!: Killer verges. '
'Dolphin Marsh t !; The' Cool Early mailing assures an : Champs STORE.

OPEN YOUR CHECKING ACCOUNT WITH US SOUNIMember I Cottontail [Ball]; The Practice even flow, not a sudden surge .
I I Winchester!; Murder for I of mall which. could Jam the Th 196.7 Bantam Football{l STATE ROAD 100 'W. 11 MILES
Art's Sake TLockrldsel]; The postal system" Haters said. Season' came to an end Saturday -

,I' Trojans [Williams: Fait, According: to predictions, more night, December 2, as Other Discount Price! These Prices Good Thru Pec. 30, I9C7
FLO RDA start Fast Finish [BlnnlngI [ I than nine billion pieces will Utwtey. downed southern Dis
t Carson the i e HTHURSDAY.
I ham 1; The Outsiders be delivered during
!. I' Christmas rush "if all that '
Non-Fiction to hit at one time, there .. .. .- .- ;
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.-' [Bacon; The Florentine'Renaissance Hazen said.

Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (Cronin The postmaster also urges
mailers to use ZIP codeson
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group A classified ad In the Telegraph each piece of mall to assure i,

I brine results efficient' handling.

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WWI Veterans I Murrhee' Heskett Batts Graysori' J KHS Mergers Cook() Wiiiaiu l} ?, Watkins Wm' Council rosts;

I 'V KEYSTONE By Jim Fox HILITES Elect For New Officers YearThe Get' Awards, At KillS Banquet, Rally Over// Hastings To Win- Assessor. -- And Collector., Jobs& Filled By \Y teins I'

Please Phone In Your Items -' 473-4148 Veterans of World WarI : 12 :.. they were elected.Mia. .
Bradford-Clay Barracks 34- new1 facia'wA| be seen C 1..II1IC1:1: ; Cook received who' hias beena
LArry1 DttPree;, city manager Coach; Sidney Mi dleton! with\: Keystone Heights eager four' to-,win the ''. Vaix'' ,-
November 24 at the T-telMitF OfficialfatauTjfas ] aid Wtoan 114 '
59 met Iii
\ third'game KSystftne resident of Keystonefor' 25
Heights municipal of Mac lenny. aVwl former' All- individual plaques \ raided); In their tlt-ee seats. Fourth man mtrie

SERVICE: MEN'S CORNER m. 1714 North Decatur Blvd. Keystone the following American footbarf t star at the appreciation for Tues, ,iay'.night to defeat' I tas; .a result! tMCilEUtlOmVV11edV \ Huntley Redfearn years.. Mceiverf 44'-votes for

Nevada. building and elected was coaching and assistance 81-29. after I! losing their: .!; 'T tesda,. race; .,. the collector post. She is originally
This1 weekend I have been Apt. 1. Las Vegas, University of :Florida, their fine tings with 90. Cook: is,.
1968 jA. trailed
for :
Wlrians :
officers cook
residents and DavidM.. the an- during their first first two games' to Lake Butler James1 and Roy toe from Greenville, 8. c.
calling the parents and Spec. & Mrs. O. E. Baker; featured speakee'VAt I ,..- former Tax Assessor for
of our community Sunderland.e Box 23' Route 1. Commander, nual Keystone Heights High season, at KHHS. and. Santia Fe. V were; elected, to V place oh Winans Is employed and 'recently retired from her
Dale- Senior Vice Ban- ,, Bayless recognized Sandy Orayson. with 19. the City Council, while' John Crty. and duties ft* a: practical: oiurse.:
Coach .
the addresses! and locations of Meadowbroolc Homes Commander School Football Awards : ) by a OatoesArijle [ -
Junior Vice Tat comptroller
Hanson cl Asse'ssorT" 54
the bole: : who are In the military vlUe. Ala. ; Lowell S. Bradley quet In the Community the cheerleaders and their s4<> Jeff Batts' }J6r were' highpoint I GiUls! wai& jhamed 'I electrical firm. Other previous' ,employment
service, either In this PFC Lyndle Kirtley, RA 1- Church educational buUdln1JWedinesdAY sponsor, ,Mrs. Cecelia Jackson scorers against Blastings. "aiMTMrs; 'AUghtry. Mrs. Vance and Gill]< Includedseven-"' years with

country or overseas As you 2974198. Special Forces, U. S. ; Adjutant-Quartermaster ? night. Nov. %9'. tot a, job well done. He The JV's lost their game to Vfcnce.Ta"' Collector; by 'Both pleasef'ali Cia ElectrIc Cooperative five

realize,. Christmas Is almost A. H., Stu Det Orderly Room. Wayne O.F.Watkins MoManus; Cha.p1a.1n"Carleton : Judge Spicing his talk with' amusing also praised Jerry trllat I Hastings, 33-27.: -Vii ,,..wr4te-ln votes.Incumben't V Watkins" salld honored: ,they wIth were trfielr write-In years with:, Walker's Service

42223. of his years at his assistance In' \ the season opener last : .. Roy to Station as bookkeeper an4 here and It Is very Importantthat Ft. campbell. Ky. James H. McEachern !anecdotes who offered vote 143 In "and would toe Mppj'
Advocate of votes
you complete your over Ensign and Mrs. Bruce ti. John S. Woods. the University of Florida' Du- coaching the B'-team. Each Friday, Lake Butler parlayed: p6Ued"' the':high ( In the offices to, 1ikyhct cashier, and several years as

seas correspondence within Prevatt. 764-6 aifford St.. Apt. ; Trustees Wn\.J. Reed'. Free stressed the importance ; member of the squad, and 'the a tremendous height advantage ,,,his. >,-ti"1Ior'"re1ection- to th6 seVve, administrator the Mary )I.

the week. 101 Norfolk Va. 23518. three year term: and T. W. of good sportsmanship. fellowship :- team manager, T. C. Mitief: ntq a'. 22-4 first' quarter ." -- cAm Clinic at. Penney Farms.

It will certainly be a bright t- Kent Reese. SRB 329887 two year* term; term. and scholarship' in came In for praise from th.e l lead and went on to 'svumpKpys oJ'xlivildQne. us1. Mr. GUMS has lived in Keystone .

Training Baker crie year ath they were intrcduc .one 't6-3 In a non-con Ball and son Shawn : atteidMclurch for three years, coming
er1 Christmas for the boys andtheir Co. 440 Recruit The next meeting will be matting a well-rounded coach as : and eriJoyad '- Peggy Voytes' a
families who'will not be Command1, Great Lakes. Ill. lete. He concluded: his remark :' ed. ference, game. spent the day cbriferetice' In Jack-.' to this area" from QulnCy(! ,
Starke.Raymond ; : '
held In '
horn* lot ,the holidays If their 60088. wltih the advice: "It takes\ a .Marvin Homer, president of Mike 'Murrhee and Jerry.' : ) pieVootbattgainta. zsTVlV : sonvtne', Sunda.1 Masa, where he was employed
oil ieW' Cb1
friends and relatives in Keystone Sit and Mrs John L Sullivan real man to( walk a straight the Booster, Club who. sponsored Turner scoed1ten4 10 : lv'ted V NCWS is scarce' thtt week because bt an electronics rJ.rm'He: saM
tiiorriuiwe ;
their 316 South to boys to the' banquet, served as points respectively to lead the Monday' rec : 'go he welcomed" the'oppox'tunny
Include them 'on : Jr., Apt. 2. Starnes; second line. It is up you V l' '"call Aunt Corlriel of the cold wekther" '
mafflngr 1181:&. 11th St. Kansas City, Kin. 6- place with 48 points, Mrs. follow the rules and set the master of ceremonies and recognized Indians attack/ HudsovTof a Bvllfe; ife'nihg I1i'gagoodbye for now. Until td serve the city tnthecap.,,
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If I hAv unavoidably! ex 6102. Joseph Dey and Mrs. Arnold example for those who look Ray Wlngute) ,, general let preliminary action, tfteLake l :. ''Dt'' anothetUnCMrs. Tiextf week this e 14 your', acity, of tax assessor; j
death '
cluded a name [lor names:] Sp. 4 George Allen. RA 149- Larson; third place with 43 '. up to you as leaders." chairman of the banquet: Butler",' Bf squad 'dumpedKeystone "u, t'o. us fthe, .' Carl-HSlli.; 6t Bonlay'"AUrit roillng-rBl, rter 8Il 'intf"k'watrrt The'1ncun'lbent collector.Kitty 1 .
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71st of trophies Joseph'Benson., Assistant r.JV' 39-28.. \ McGlave.: and\ assesor! ,
Bn. Principal .
frbm the following-- list, please 52940. Battery D. 63 points; Mr. and Mrs. Fremont In the presentation :: eafi'dled'.of' asllroke" : aid; 'comfy;; talte cal
attentiontd APO San Francisco Coach Ray Bayless, Principal :Hubert ;.IfrSattfcMays"gatne: Santa' ; .t Nhere's '''J/illu/ O.riansbri; did: rlbt
to call Artillery, fourth by lose youi-cbof.
be sure my '1''n11''A' and *fclflrt I for ? Monday' flrkIng'; an'd and don't
...... received the and other all the in topplingKeystond re-eleotlon. 1vtra."McOimreceived (
the' tact. It would be most voe'Su..n. place with. 42 points i were Mr. versatile Mike Murrhee ,w'h1te. coaches Fe led way I parents; James and Crlc- Leeonl! seek
EMFN B304- most valuable dignitaries. i 62-38 Sandy Oray"son My 11 write-in votes. for
John T. Allen the ward as CORNER.
appreciatedThe Bill antf Mrs. "' LEEON'S '
and Mrs. Terry 'attended- the funeral
boys and their addresses 927, NUCI Power school. US.N'tC and Mrs. Donna player on the Indian' squad, Rev. Leon MOrier: pastor{ of and'MUte'! : Murrhee, scored r fc ; Values" collector.
Paley Boyd I services Wednesday:
are aa follows: Class 67-4-1. Bainbrldge, McOulre. : and was also tapped for "best the' ComKHUHlty" Ctforctr.; gave 10 'and' 11 points: respectively V In BonIfay. Many people place their values City Clerk Joy Baker was

,Spec. 4 James McMurtry, Md. 4905. The' Duplicate'club I Is apOnVsoret back" honors. Other trophy the invocation. -. for Keystone. V morning The Meltons, of Hampton, t also favored In the flurry of

US 63436331 560 Freedom Spec. 4 VfrMifun C. Carnes. by the Keystone Heights winners were Mike Heskett V The dinner wad 'prepared by In the B-aqnad euilatjrSanta ., mixed emotions this On V many different things. write-ins receiving 15 votes
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Road Palnesvllte, Ohio. RA H92 829. Hq. Co. USARV Woman's Club, and meets best lineman$ ; Jeff Baits the ladles of the V Community, Fe also won nflihf 40-the 2: week. They're sad. becausMi' : Some cats dig fur coats. for aases.sor"and! for collec-

Dalton :Lamar Hill 359-611.. [UO], APO San Prawclaco, every Thursday evening at sportsmanship: : and" Sandy,, Church and was served, by This Friday; boys Melton had, an sodden And some dig diamond rings. ''tor. V
of Fleet' CaJlf. 96375.FELLOWSHIP. most improved play the girls of Mrs. Rfta Walk- play Hawthorne": there while' '
U.S.C./Q.C/ Matagorda 7:30.: The public Is Invited to Graysori: open'theft- While helping the neighbor Some just love a yacht, Slightly over half of the registered -
W. 373 San Francisco.; CLUB : er's home economics the Keystone girls thats all! they V visited the
P. Q. attend. he was They thInk voters
hisV bull ,
; Club of er.Heutetft antf Wayne Homer,: Walker and- Mr- Miller season with an oUt' of' iOwn'lI'anl round up '
Calif. 96601; 8. F.-A.- The Fellowship WOMAN S CLUB NEWS : I kicked and ended 'up with a V need polls 194 out of 360. Only
USCCK5tBerrlng will hold the 1967 team, Wrinkle were In j charge: of against NewbeVfy.
firJc Ik Redfeami. ; Keystone Heights The monthly! business meeting co'-captama of I' broken rib. They are happy, And if they can just have one. two absentee votes were cast.

Strait] W. A. U. P, their annual Christmas party, of the Woman's Club win presented Coach Bayless andendfor decorations.of : ,. because Odessa's husband. 'They're'sure they-will'sixceee .

382. F. P. O. San- Francisco. V ,: at ,the Masonic TemPle. on be held at the MunicipalBuilding Sst. Irvin MoConaghy.: :return- Others like stacks"of money (

Calif., 96601. I Thursday, Deb. 14, starting at on Tuesday Dec. 12, Mrs. Bastlund and children ''ed last Tuesday night from a They want all that they can
AIC Boy Wilson Tyre, Jr... 1 p. m. Members will be informed major aurgey and Is Mrs.> McDonald Mrs. Nor- will return to their hon lit '30 day MURRHEE
at 2 p. m.: in Korea. After a carry.
AF' 1288390ff. 13th TAC Bomb by the telephone committee FOOD SALE ON DEC. 16 presently In room 349. wooer Mrs Orollck, Mrs. La- Copeniha an. Denmark- aovd. year leave, Irvin will be statione And some of them don't care,

Sq., Box 961, APO San Francisco as to details. The ladles of St. William's Charles Peterson of Weath- gaasee, and Mrs. Turknett. Mrs. Bell will return\ to Melrose at" Ft. Campbell in Kentucky.We If their friends are broke Insurance Agency
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BINGO AT ST. WILLIAMS' ersfield. Conn Is visiting Mr. Members of the evenlrur
96321. :
Catholic Church will hold a sure will miss Odessa 'arm wary. Richard Murrhee. Act.
Lt. Bftett S. Fox USAR. CoI This! Friday' evening bingo food sale on Saturday; Dec. 16. and Mrs. Bd Dwyer this we ek. cles' who are able to attend in- Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wil when she leaves especially Some would sell their soul. General Insurance

>, 2d Bn., 2d Bde. Ft. Polk. will be held at 8 p. m. Instead Additional details will be included Mr. and Met: Fete Post Of the luncheon. are cordially l LL6Js.and, jsons of Palatka. around the church For an ,enormous' bank ac Fire :..;,' V Casualty Marine

La. 714S9.: of the usual. time 7:30.: _Due in next week's column.< Bristol, Tenn., announce the vited.. This will be ft covered spent Sunday\ with Mr.V and )Danny and Sue ,Lutgen left count. Auto Bonds

Cliff Chapman. DASH. U to a conflict In the schedules JUNIORS TO SPONSOR. artval of their first child, Ellen dish luncheon and following :Mrs.;;. William ..Duncan., Jr.: tb1w1r 'Jast week for Washington," D; And all they'd want to do. Keystone rM&* <7 -4TM
OD-8581.] F. within the church. It was Janice, on November 7. a Christmas program arranged Lake Serena., '
S. S, Ft. Berry [ TURKEY SHOOT each home (on .1 C., where they pIn to work. It to sit around and'count..

P. O. New York. N. Y. 09501. necessary to make the changefor On Saturday, Dec. 9. the Mrs. Post will be remembered by Mrs. Frank Ilgen, vrs,: ; Ovid Gano attended. .a 'Coco, the Lutgen's puppy !lOt '.What do you think about valUes -

Spec. 5 James Ray Wlngate, this week. Please be sure Junior Woman's Club will as the former<< GInny Campbellof circle will meet for a short lQUeeV for br. -e1eot, tJUsn '1 Into some roach poison las ;" 'V 'i. V'V t \

RA 14925968. Hq. Bn., 1stMSI to Inform your friends, of the sponsor a turkey shoot in' the Keystone Heights. Maternal 'business meeting. Ann Choate in 'Oahe5 I1,1e., 'week and my mother and: Now: that you've hear a few? t

Bn.. IBlh Artfflerr.; Ft' time ChAnge: vacant lot adjacent to t toe grandmother Is Mrs. Libby According custom members com are Hostesses were Mrs." .EOlLs: -aniiMrs. Mrs. Lutgen rushed him M /.nd what you place. ,your. .. ;Vat: 'SCHEDULE
Oklahoma 73503. FIRE DEPARTMENT Campbell of Keystone.Lt. munlty church Ctyuffee.: : : V
Sill. Jiffy Food Store [behind the the animal hospital. He Is doing ues' on. SEIVICESPARK
foster OF
M. HaU. 05424185B1JD.ttery The'regular monthly"meet- and Mrs Robert Cromer asketfi! to remember their and. Mrs. Jack Oavta .
Li.-John Tackle shopl. You will have Mr. fine now. You people witipits Is really up to you. .
8-Artlllery APO big of the, K. H Fire Department an opportunity to win a turkey and sons, Andy and Ken child with a Christmas and family,of FpJcban .m- should be careful where I[I. But I can say TiA happy.

Francisco, Calif. !06345.lit. : was held November 7'wlth formerly of Ft. Hood. Texas card. His address 1 1& ChungFuerr ited Mr.and Mrs. Virgle the"' a.
San from! 10 in the morning P. 124. 'you put poison because they: In my "cabin1) by s I
: Chester E. WMtHf 054dim. Vice-president James R... are home for a'_visit witNancy's Eel Adoption Rowe Saturday. it. contented with elm V
until 4 p. m. Cb.idren's'Fwtdr 21 will find it and usually eat And I'm of-the
: <
: KHQ Btry. 1st of the Beeler presiding. Fourteen If you do not care to shoot parents. Mr. and Mrs. Christian DUPLICATE BRIDGE e Middleton of FtMyers ,. pie\ thing* ,
Tffih Division APO San members were present. H. L. sutton of Lake Keystone Chatham:' Road. ,Know loon. Winners of the. (Mety'oae\' jDenlse f ole color T. V P.AUMSSUNrfATS
31st. for a turkey, then yOu can Is 25 ? and Miss Mickey Brow:. Like a little
OfficeCharles and Bob's (parents, HongKong.; Postage were
Aid :
:Francisco. Calif." 96207. First register' for a drawing with a Duplicate Bridge Club aod fiance of Plant City, wen
'89..4 Michael E. Zlke; RAil889142. ,MoOlave ,reported 13 ambul- $1 donation. Proceeds will btised General and Mrs. Phil Cromerof cen>ts. Mrs, Mary:Cook and )Miss lye vteittng; the Jack Millers Sun

HHC -4th. Battalion 'anee calls during the previous for. ,theClub's Scholarship Melrose.. Bob ,will move his PERSONALSMr. Price Hillyer. 1st; place; Mrs. Robert day. Saturday, the JVlllle: \ .I.II A.M.-J- 7:30 PJVI.

3rd Infantry llth Infantrj month. Two 'fIre'calla were Fund. family. to Magnolia Springs and Mrs. Ray 'dare 'and 'Mrs. F. 'tV Hogue, Mac and Betty Mc- 11:00

,Brigade. App SaIl..l'.1JpclB.90': reported by Ooorge Massa in :The dcLW1Jg will be held on ,before he departs'for Vietnam. have returned to their home 2nd place; ,Mrs.: Gladys: Van Oowan family of Jacksonville, a.nd< I 1J.5 THURSDAYS

-allf.!' 96557.: the absence Chief Ed "Ben Saturday- Dec. 16. in front 01Belote's January.1 r, "- tn1Ossimng, N. Y. after 'Netta and Mrs. Gladys Wilson Betty's mother, Mrs.: Ruth ... J 7:3
( A1C Philip". Ch4l1'l1.dfi"rAF: nett. hot Lt. and Mrs J!John Dodd and V spending two weekswith their \ 3rd. place;' Mrs, R. P. I' !
You do
Drug. : Miller of Tltusvllle: Oa., joined suiMi FUNDAMENTAL
Frank -
1841982-405 MFC DET 3 Fireman George Massa gave have to be present to win. Registration danghter, of ,Bossier City La. V parents Mr. and Mrs. Goodloe and Mrs. E. B. Goss: PegyanCoburnRain, in St. Mas. '
Mass 9 a.m. Wednesday,, BlPl.EACtlltJ9'
Francisco Calif the treasure's report whichwa.s are home for a visit witJohn's Price. ?
,' POl I San tickets can be obtained 4th place.PTA Oaltnsv&ileV oyster >
Mrs. regret to hear of the 111- and N'ovena 7 p.m.
and made a partof family, Mr. :
._.# 96337. accepted from members of the Mrs. MEETING roast; Earlier in the-) week All irt, l icesr! Hcf!( :Itf .The
Louis Kyle *
of of ,
matter Fred Dodd. ness
Beeler. The Melrose
An.: and MrSr James the minutes. Members of the V 1
club.WOMEN'S. Lou and T. C. were feel 1ipoorIyJV Centeir'
V Road. Apt. remote control unit was discussed We are sorry to learn that Doris Sunderland. programpre- V Community Church Rev tNew' Dibl
Ft. Weaver a PTA enjoyed a
91069 GOLF of ,I1,WeZu.) Mime mlnlsWt.-'Mi's' V. "" .10; -,
J-l. Ewa Beach, HawaU 96706. and then ordered tab- Mrs. Bill Morgan's mother, Col. Delbert B. Hartley ,1''s nted,' by' Palatka Fire Chief -eonF. ,
ASSOCIATIONWinners Netta a Sunday
Sp. 4 Robert C. Jackson RA led until the next meeting. in the pastPrea1dent's -! Mrs. Anna Furry of New Castle Melbourne who died. last ,:TOn: ? Perry' and his assistant.. >. afternoon Al Van 'guest of was Fred Swear George Canova. organl.it. Mrs -..-

14925306. 106 General Hospital Joe Wlldt asked permissionfor Tournament Included' Del. passed away at her week and who was the son- Mr. Musgrove.. A film was Maxle MathIs and Barbara William Warren.' Secretary.

APO San Francisco. the Explorer Scouts to VelmaMenzen home last Friday.; Our sympathY in-law of Mrs. Nell Orayson, shown' and Mr. Muagrove !gave ingen. were'auppei -Sunday School 9:40: a. m ,
the following Winters
Calif. 96503. meet In the fire station. It : and prayers are extended was burled with military honors a-demonatraittoir to c show the' Morning Worship. 11 a. ni'uraery KEYSTONEHEIGHT&
President's '
the la-hole the Swearlngens
guests of
Spec. 4 Class Rodney' C. was agreed that the rule concerning Cup won and Helen Wallace won to the faintly.NEWS in the National Cemeteryat effective war to put out fires. Sunday! V night.: '; at 11 a. m. service

208 Signal this matter had been Fort Barancas, Pensacola.on Carnival only.PresbyterUm.
14925830. the
RA A report on
Paul. the cup for the 9-hole division Lots of people were out ___
the club NOv 28. His wife and I ___
and that has
Washington, established '
Co.. Ft. Lewis ; in last week's competition. for disclosed' that nearly)400 fishing} Sunday, but"'th 7 bh -
lived In Keystone
98433. should be (governed accordingly Kitty Martin. and Libby NOTESBy daughter' few ago, been netted.It weren't biting according Icriffln's < Faith Presbyterian Church
time years
Pvt. John M. Moon. 23972- Nlckell won low putts for the a short a him in was also reported that a ) Lodge. The weather Rev. J. R. Neale Jr., min V
E-CO. 1st Bn. 1st I.: T. R Ort motion of Beam and while waiting to join patrolman has been placed a.tthe
89 ,18-hole and 9-hole divisions Helen Egan seems to have messed them up ister. Mrs. W. A. Wallace, organist
MCB Camp Le- Tolford. the Miami-Florida" Okinawa.MELROSE Intersection the school(
3rd Platoon. 1
? the
respectively.In again. One man caught ; Mr*. Carl Swisher,,
jeune. N. C. 23542. game will be seen at the station the Ringer Tournament, thanks to the efforts on james bass schooling Saturday and .
A "AA p summer organist.Sunday
ITS 83703769. [via TV]. on December IA Price and Putnam County: MELROSE
Pvt. Gary Cooper. ,
which was complete CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE caught. {our Dn,a silver spoon School 9:48: a.ni.
Co. A 20th Bn. lit T. 9. The ladles are invited for Thursday Voncile Ketch had A cordial. Invitation has Sheriff' Walt Pelllcer. I before they,qult.The, specs bit MorAlng\ Worship.' '11 'a'.m.:
R. Q. Bd.. TJ. S. A. T.: C. Infantry this affair. Firemen Sunder- Mrs. Polly Price was named I
I. low gross Velma Menzen had (been extended to V the pastors "good .until .Wedn, sda,, and Sunday (Nurtary openb6th
Ft Bennln Ga. land! and WIer will be chairmen chairman of the nominating ,
first low net, Vests Aiken had and church folk of this community then clowed d01l.rn.-The best hours.
Spec. 4 Rowan Thomas RA for this event. second, and Mildred Sutton to meet Rev. and Mrs. By Joyce Rowe committee. She will be assisted I catch over the weekend was BUSINESSDIRECTORY

14953335 190th Aviation. APO DUPLICATE BRIDGE had third low net. Leon [Frank Milner at Open' by Mrs. Alyeen Smith 30 caught by Roy, Owen Bryant Eptocopal .

San Francisco Calif. 96227.Lt. Winners at the Duplicate On Thursday Dec. 14, the House .on Sunday Dec. 10, AAAAAA>AAAAAAAAAAAAAJMrs. I and Mrs. Elizabeth. Neale. and Joe Mclnnls. Mr. and St. Anne's Rs.VWIW5t )
and Mrs. John Dodd. Bridge Club meeting onrhursday another The room count was won by : ,.
ladles will sponsor from 3 to 5 o'clock. Th< Mrs. Henry Irving of Japksonpvllle. I. Jones VIcarV'
evening Nov. 30. ; F W Cooper l left Tuesday ,
1819 Polly Anna, Bossier City Mrs. Allen's11th grade vandMrs"Jackson's
Check Griffins
Ringer TOurnament Church Women are hostesses were visiting the
follows: First place for' her home in Wee : Morning: Prayer and Sermon
were as
\ 7thr grade.
with officers for details. with Mrs. Albert Bachmatm.general .. Sunday afternoon.We .
La.Lt.. and Mrs. D. M. Pater. with 49: points. Mr. and Mrs. your field.. N. J. .after a ytait. j jantelrooe I ''ItW'aIJ'' announced that 2nd and 4th Sunday
HERE N' THERE chairman and Mrs. have more new neighbors -
with relatives ant I In the 9:30-: a.m. (nursery open.) BEAUTY SHOP
have been put
-I John Martin, son of Mr Howard: Tucker oo- halrm n. planters this week Mr. and Mrs. !:
friends. Holy\ .jSucharlat ahd'sermon
and Mrs. E. T. Martin. is expected Mrs. R. A. Oaunt Is In charge school and: any contributions Emory Sullivan and four children f'
!Recent visitors at the home, 1st afl48rd'Sundav., 9:3: a-
of will be appreciated
to arrive In Jacksonville of refreshments. Youth hostesses moved In to the Norwood
of Mrs. J. P. Greene Included I Refreshments were served m. (nursery 'ota). CmirtdtSchool.
[Mayportl on 'the Sara- at the tea table'are the house. KEYSTONEBEAUTY
her 8OIlI8-'ln-' 1aw and 8:30 HJM "Ifely Eu-
< daughters J :
toy Mrs. Pat Hagglund.
this week. We are glad Misses Elaine Lovorn and SUsan Mr. Sullivan originally
Dr..and Mrs::,George'T.. Sin char1st/8' '&.m. .*?! Sunday.ttayirf SHOP
that he will be able to be with Bird. They will be assisted .from this area, but has been ""
gleton and children of Gainesville I (School picture, were-< Jbaken-: r.ning '! !,- .T:3: ,.
his family during the hoi:- in se.vlng'tate guests by Misses V ,,1 for several years. T .
V ; Mr..and! Mrs. ,Wm. CLang last week.! Alt seniors "had kaway .cW8unday./ETC, ff.SO; p.dhS'iindey ::4IeIt 6e owI" ...
residents :
Beam and Pat WrIn- other new lake are '
days.Mr. and children of New .. t' V ''
their plc urea qiade and stur .
and Mrs. Charles Oar kle. Mr: and Mrs..E. W. Gibbs and '
Orleans ,La\.ar d ,a n phepf had .nc-Uhaki.tfrelra Dally b/flceb. ot Mernlniand ,
ber have Just returned from a IN APPRECIATIONMrs. dents. who 'M*children of Adele O*, A. er-u-

I V holiday visit with their son Albert Nelson has graciously and niece. Mr. and Mrs. Gene ,taken, previously.' They moved in to the Barber -,Evening'i>t8Do' : ; sn'i %. ,MmIrVQrjP4 !8 .1tm

; ; and Jackson and children of...Mobile. The-'basketbail' game"scheduled \ shore ofholake. ."..00 m. ,. : I .luiofr _-
I I In-law >and daughter,'Mr. given to the Community cottage on the east '" .. '
Mrs. Olrard Evashavlk, a ,iMr. and- Mrs.V"A.; Vreemari ChriStlarT was VLtb.pLutheran. f Tb( es.at. e-a.
I children of Pittsburgh Pa used i in the old sanctuary.The welcome to both families. V .Open ;
of Mt. Dora visited ,Mr. and Cbnrab- k.wstone"le a7. I
not Ikcm
off .because they did of tW
!I I Their son, Eric, who is a student Board of .Trustees w.1l1look Mrs. Ed bongnecker e ezjtii, ceJJed '" Mr and Mrs. E. W,, RevejsSr ; wne..... fI"4CRET1

at the University of for-a suitable location ijave.epough' playjprsMelrose L spent ten days in" 'JltfntCity ) .V RWhardXUvln ... V '__ __ __ _
Recent visitors! at the homeof did Play SaturdayrfighlC et.r, D1fn1eterl:
Pennsylvania Law School for the bell. \ .
: with their grandcKUdreiiLwhile -
ffFJJ joined the family for the-hoU The Boord//' of Stewards will Mr. ancflGtrpWIILi:' Allen' : however. ana lpH45 \ .- Mr and J'rrs.' E':: W'.;Tleiyel .. worshlfr.. .; ..Suhdky' 11 .
I were Mr. and Mrs. R. I* Baker : to St. George. Ga. in the > V '*
days. meet Friday, Dec. 8. at 7:30: RicO. CtilnmurJOn HaWtKorne Concrete
and children. oftQoiney.. V I IlNDfANBEAGH 1! Jr. were 111'Plif"rt ) a: m.\Koly 2ndSxbdiy
En; route to Pittsburgh Mr... p. m. Melros LrvTvy'yyyyyyyyyyyL'y According to Mrs.: Jimes.Robbing *'of eactr month. V "
I and Mrs. Josephine$ CwpenU 4 Inc.
and Mrs. Garber visited with Church Prayer Group. \iTbe 'Supply,
Danny Rowe ,.son j>t..Minch her sonBllly\.Weber.: 3e4cuu ersund'V \ .
I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Erlckson prayer goup at the home ofMr. Mrs. Virgin Rowe, celebrated really has the huntlnrf. fevei.He a\' $_ 'AthieTi' ".- n>iscdt>ai AEDI \
Chapel Hill. N, C. Mr. : and Mrs. William Walz. SaturVdaj .
of his UK bVEMitysatf' rift! got his first deer MIX

: Erlckson who is Athletic DI- for both men.!and women., has home Sunday. Eddie >&141Larry ; ). over around XPenney- I ;! CONCRETE

I Right On Target rector at U. N. C.. is Mrs. been changed to Thursday 1
: Sapp. sons of Mr. and Farms and he' got it bad' '720 W. Hawthorn

:, Oarber's brother. While visitIng evening at 730 o'clock. Mrs. J. W. Sapp enjoyed cake (Lake taita F..) now. 41.5,4We ,..., SaptialQ'Dibi2 i '. -.A- .. 481-2938' 2031

I with the Ertckaon's. the HOMEMAKERS CLUB and ice cream with him. By! MlckMl B. CbltVl'tI. called Mrs. Chastaln sere& :
We haven't thrown a | Garbers enjoyed attending the The Christmas Partyof, theClub aflshe t Jf::= SURSERY
,OWl Alderman Is home from &151111A about our, road again( and ..
S but'when I, N. C.Duke game. win be held a week In tile Riverside, Hospital In could tell Is: Mr. Danaby ..,*ut.' ,... .. '
snowball in Oar- advance from date A'AXAA'4Brrrrt A O.C. Carnes Nursery
ages, I In Clarksville. Va. regular acksonvWe.V A ...working on the deeds andshould ,1indajscbooL. 94S: a.. mrnunerr

it comes to banking, our i I bers visited.,with and former Mrs. John Aru- Dec.Electric 13. at hall 10 As a. m. at custom ClaY Jack ChamMee.-aon- MraJXfl I"! Thla' 1 tit yoor' slr- have them ready I Ishortly open]; TMdnta* T3kless. > Illway 100. P1orbcsn. -
banItes Dr. per
IS MOM SB of Start
so the bids be let.
Mrs. Tom Chamblee. can
aim is the best can Van Ogtrop and family. the members voted to \exchange : sh-shlvering rolling-reporter I S:3: 9Inumcy epi ThoiuanA1'
you I Stock
f celebrated his tenth birthdayat with the news. It almost turn- We are sorry but that's all Canal tfnrry -
covered I Rev. Lawrence '
imagine: ,, Mrs Mary( Henry of Jack- and bring a his home last week. ed cold over the ,weekend the Information she could give .4>f Plant Fruit Trees. to

: ? .soiwtne1. has been visiting dish and their own table. aerVice. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen Idbfi't 1C ..ana1..hontbe"tIme| .._ __ H\ I' to'_ ,' i II,moo._i from. Nice Shade 'Tress.err..ia ,
The hostesses will' -
'To Meet Every Financial Need ,. daughter with )her Mr.son-in-law and Mrs. F.and L. the beverage and rolls.rLMa'garnt provide visited. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence rl left with Otis going'' to* .. Dv'' & Landscape

Sampson! In Mt. Dora. They church tiU the time we !got P1&Ata. All. In container -
Of Every Customer I- Stevens.- for the past week. Nelson will Install also Harold Center Plant? anytbMk OB" ., T- *
I Bill Warren.i who has beena the elected officers' for visited Mr and Mrs. back it felt like the temper- Derniody's Recreation

To 'The Best' Of Our Ability. patient in Alach.ua Oeneraf. 1968. Coffman' In Jacksonville. ature dropped J5 or 20 degrees. -' less.us '

where he underwent major Community Chunch Circles: Mrs. Grant Rothhammer If 1 ,keeps that IUPOM.' .. SJHway( J9OA&-2tfrJiJKeyston; 7jIefs'ht3V!! Let do ,.ur bAdcmptnx'Ftwiw

t :' ,A FULL, SERVICE BANK '' surgery..is.i expected( horn on V :Rebeccas will meet one week and Mrs. Virgle Rowe visited we can g q. Ice, skating? ,J'' .I ; CM.91UUSED .
'Wednesday of this week. Mrs. :In ad/vance) / for their Christmas Grant Rothhammer in theeteran's Last TUiBfldeyiUhctei, Alfred) tcwIVHicko'1 CharcoaI'BareBQChICKEN

COME IN GET ACQUAINTED V Warrenreports that he has ] meeting at the home ofMrs. Hospital in Gaines- and friend*Mr...Waters, came : CARS -.

Tllle where he Is recovering down and went 'fishing, and
been Improving dally and V : Kenneth Cooper on Dec. OR RIBS

KEYSTONE STATE : BANK that he is most appreciative :11 at 8 p. m.. with Mrs. from Mrs.an Henderson operation.M. Bell in caught around 20 nice specs"* FRI., SAT. SlWJ. -r436;; TO 9:00 P.M. Hanks Used Care

of the flowers, cards and visits ; 'rhomas Gregory as co-hos- trolling. \ 4f SIT IN BIG CASH DISCOUNT
and her daughter, Mrs. Knude night Katl Md ,-iKEPIJT.
Fla; which he has received. ..1.1Mr3. :eaa. The daytime circles annual Saturday
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Baatlund and chltdlren. willleave 8tsrke.'WCrS4 ,
A. B. Howard of
Sunderland Is a i Christmas luncheon will
to visit their Cuittyai' so -hl } c lliJeverages BUY SELL -
Friday the -
"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly! patient at the J. Hlllls Miller I>e held on December 18 at 12 Masaa- supper IUe8tsat of sea- ,, I' w Bfc. 1 Box MHwyl
Health Center' in Gainesville. i icon) in the educational build- northern families In and enjoyed a variety I lIOtfiSE 'loo
Community. I [I ) P. nERMODY. Owner 8 MIle 8. Bterk.
Maine for and
Sdh II I She was admitted last week- I ng. This Includes the circles 4 4'j chusetU and food. Sunday. Jean TOIIYI.

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T.I711SfAV.'i18nr;: : 7, 1967 BRADFORD, .

whoseresldrnc..and tv, whoHA addnxn' 1.i'!!HIII' Walnut
IN COUNTY Jtinnic's COURT To! LUDA SCHNW1DBR lai. 80994Alger Cnae. No. 114 Street, HturKc' Florida, and
but 'had been a. yfelpngresi- SFJC DedicationGraduationCeremonies FOR BRADFORD COUNTY MiCh. BtANPHH! T. (UEVBLrf! fllu the I' net with the r-ork|
< 1 FLORIDA. Madlaon Heights l abov'f. ,,
For Bradford corning 1 of, the nJyled' Co. "t. MilitarfRifes- Pf ce Crew?: denf ox County, IN ,Hit i m.l.... 4it Emma laTni Plaintiff. before January; 5, 1D68 uft, othn.
.. here with his parents a Set For Dec. 12-73 Pharos. Hill dccoaandNottca TOU ARK NOTIFIED: that a v. wlae a judgment may be entered -
.. 1tJOENE! / .
OR'OVEHDefondanr : .
few monthj, after birth. He Ot Vlllna Potltlon For Oomplalnt' for Divorce .ha. been avalnaC you foi fhn r.<
Final Dlauharga. Of AdminlatraTo riled against" your'an; yon are demand In tno .omplulnuW1TNRS8
list (:
County's Third VictimMilitary nf Vietnam: attended the Kellbronn Springs' Santa Fe Junior College tta, of Brboker; arid Ctec4l required to carve a copy of your 0'Mrre'! or at'IT hand and the
V----J .. Elementary School 1LIld- gradu- !VIII hold dedication ceremonies Jones, Jr., of Ratford.t'rocoedingq' To Alt Whom It May Concern I anawer or pleading to the oom To: Drover. Kimena Revel war of aald my Court on 80th

: rites were held' on November 2fl> to"becomeBradfordCounty .wt., '.Jtl1'n Bradford HIgh rtd\ ltd first formed graduation the) gradbataoliexerriaee ;I have Notice tiled.la our Derby final given returns that wa.. plaint A. Z. on Ad plaintiff kins, Jr., 111'attorney H.: ,,,,. tS lintel:Inaton.t/.am.. Zlnanndorf! November, 19H7OIIARLTDa .
oL1 L itb .1iJij'6'jWal aaiem- exercises on Tuesday and a.dinner :win be field I cn-mlmlnlatratorH, of the estate Third Street.' Ualneavllla, FlorIrtii. North Carolina A. HARRY
SuMay afternoon at the 'I !* thlr4vlctlm' 'tier ox th.""3tnrte' Championship Wednesday Dec. 12.13.Former at, the Bamada Inn. l;8 CainerfVlllet : -.,at Emma Pearce Hill deceased and file the orlrlnal answer yoU ABR HKRRIJY: NOTE AS CLERK OF- !SAID!
Kinsley Lake Baptist Church i of the Vietnam conflict tornado football team. 0 p'.m.: 1 Persons, jtrlaJtimg that wa have filed our petition or pleading 'In tile Officeof nfcT; that an ac'tlem for divorce.haa .
lortFfc Charles. Rlchai*' Crewe, l Pvt. Crews born Governor Leroy Collins ; at; ) '. for final' dlacharaio, and that wa the Court of the Circuit been filed against. you andY COURTBy
was in After graduation from high will be the principal Itj pcaksr to' matte resiiSiltl9Yi&'ma) {fo' will apply. to the Honorable Court at Starke, In Bradford < are required' to nerve a : Virginia' V*. DarbyA
19 who was killed U fiction! Jacktonvllle on July' 29 10918, Pat '' :3heron A. Yawn, County Judge County. Florida'. on or before ya. .
Johns { : written defenses C..k1J7
\ c\t) >oK he1. attended Sti I! at &>. dedication set for 8 so by confactfagf/ treat' of Bradford County, Florida. on the loth day of December, 1967.It copy of your Deputy
It Eugene FjHhaw II-IS
If to on 4t
RI'fer( Junior College for one I>.nu Wednesday in the college at 98a7oOO.OT : : December ID, 11181 at 10:00: a. m. you fall, to do BO, judgmentby any. for plaintiff'
-A tree that may in summer wear; ;trlitterter! bofoVeAhMiintf: th*- I ftJdl(Sri! '\ ni. The ceremony will t !, FiMtay, Dec:: 8, :AolitiyVlnxjent :),) f.r approval of the name and default will be takenagaln.t Attorney ..... . .. ..
of robins in her hair. for final diacharge aa oo. ad- for the relief demanded ,
A nest racordtng- artfst, ,.wInI you .
He of SFJC. ,,
service: !, last \ February. gracorVerf !nclude,inauguration mlnlatratora of the estate of In the Complaint:
his! b ale\ tralirin a't:t']>retadent, Dr. Joseph W. Forlyre 'I present a: at..s::,3pn1r\) 'E2mma Pearoe Hill. deoeaaed. THIS NOTICE] ahall ba pub.

BUT NOT ThIS ONt! Fort Bennlng.? :.. pa.. and trained I: In ,tlie'u' condfr'! ". TT'chets' Student are November adlraydnn 20r 1991 Jonaa Ilahad conanrutlve once week each week In the for Bradford four VAN if.B PRIEST!: CO.Invites' (
*S a': p .ratr&6per' at Fort Dr.: James L. Wattenbarger, now, on tre) W. M. JONES County Telegraph' a nawa. .
Gordon, Ga. I retiring heard of the Division Government Off
I Pvt. Crews was a merrf&c'f'! )( OomiVrmrfty Junior Collegesn located. ;t ,on West UniversityAvenue. aatata of Emma Pearce of Hill the, Starke. Bradford County Flor "You' To See The Many Bargains

of the. 173rd. Airborne Brigade I the State Department of ., ,.? deneasad.TI10MAH ida.Dated this 17th day. of November. -
nr This tree like many others that baL, Ied. 4jve.days( ; at the J Bd'uoatlon.I'lll: speak at the ,. Open house will ba nel(|"at *' PI.S3 nCPl Hlxth Street 1<>. 7.SRAL. In"'.Stock For< You At Our Downtown

In Bradford Conh hint bnstifled 'end oftR tfi+:iDak,, To aampalgn\ j:;lollege's) formal graduation the,college during'the; w eR of ] Fort:.Bputheaat t.audar.lsie, Florida.. 33a01 ( HAltLKS) A. DARBT. CtorB I
silently;. and "owly, to drive' tneLenemy\j: TI 4omUUJ, \txer:: (ses in ,l5ne auditorium at I JJec. jU-15; ,aid wyr;featurffdisplay 'Attorney for Co-ArtmlnlHtrntora, Circuit Court 'I I I I Store.
by SpanlHh oaApub1I. ntv '87$. Vt ft caswintles, totaled F:30: p.m Tuesday. I representing vailo' ; a : 11/23 4t 12/4 By Beulah. M. Moody Deputy''

eT-V"! and.N"o.not i .of hearing-Kwwful trees.., 277 dead and '946 wounded'' in Among the 77 candidates for I actIY'I: .es o|,the.c, .ege. : Clerk 11/30 4t 13/21 I, EVEN SANTA HIMSELFDoesn't

the action which ended ThanksgIving j graduation are Mary J. Tow ,
Visual proof that ..., ; NOTICEI
A Collectionof
details of NOTK-F'] Have. : Bigger ,
i day..Complete' .. Will ,Get.You' will .no( responsible for NOTrem is HEREBY: OIVmNI .
CrewS' rfeitn' have not t Snow Birds other
Pvt. : Th/B own. Items!
I / any cfcbts than my that the undersigned; deHlrlnirto Christmas Gift;
Spanish Moss yet been. received by the family. -Paul Bennett. engage. In.butlneai. under i ,
.. v .. If You Don't ftafcn" Out'we' f": 2tp 12114| tbd flctltloiln name of I'11'AltKFJI'
1('E COMPANY 226 North
i iThfs !
1 KILLS t-
=: Surviving to. are. his parents Clierry Btriret. tarke.. .. Florida. ,,
Crews ', ; : ;; snort. Ofllradlnjrd Intends tr register: the. nald name
Mr. am4i>u.rrCharlea I checked: In The ro'unrfy Jiidcr'a' Lotion'' : $1.25
'' Old
are approaching t the carefully up on yd I' t) UDty, Klnrlila.. Ii with theClerlt. of the Circuit Spice -
Spanish% MoS:must t b"e controlled of Kln-gstcyj. L4fce: one sister season when snow birds fly Tl ey' know ,.wh t3ier or not Probate No. 'ourt'of Bradford' County'
D&W..white,' trees .are. Mrs. Untiii.* (Smith PJMternaV, of .Hamp grand- south 1a.mong/: them aiah yoij ,have.: ,no )ejf.ln>, Uxe: bank I I 'm Ret. Estate! of Damon Dell'NUTICS owner Florida. Burke 12-4 f.I GlllnKton 4Uho; ai>le': I & Pt Towel Sets -" 1.59
j :dormant A. newmachin* ton hake> ( assortment of crooks and and tM( it they get yoipapie ], TO- CREDITORS : ;; 12.28''I INo'rIC'f'1'
Graham ---
! has ;been.. 'tturchosadt\ AT) pareta-.Mr. and Mrs.matern'lil'grandtather racketeer's' who make a comfortable :.on the do tied l he jilt( All ci-ertltora of the estate of Pretty Nylon' Gowns 3.98
and hid HII.H
Crews here OF
\ Bnorida living by gyplng ur can collect. .. Damon Dell deneaaed are ,I
Pest tCpnteol .
\; D. I. Knight all by' notified and required to file Notice la hereby given that.,
photo was made during Chemical Co. to rid home suspecting Floridians with .' Your local police fl-nd yoi Iir any>dlalme. oi>. demand. which ptlraunnt to the Finn, ) Judgment k Hose 66c
I thrf Spring. Notice the tlowowners and farmers of this of Starke. fraudulent schemes. wt1; Chamber of Coftnfaen e they may have awalnnt aald estate entered In' Htiae numbered u6.1 Pr Nylon -
,, ..ervlles'Irere held tuft' !u' In the office of the County In the Clrtilt I Court nf Bradford *
( '
FuSeraT unread
) Is the y< ; 1 .
victim can yoU
Their favorite tell
erlAf shrubs and spreading menace another /ate P by or Bradford County County, Florida.. I will sell the
I f o'H l 1 a g e of neighboring this company to': ,be on better' af 3'p'm. Sunday'at' the homeowner the retiree the are on':sutfaf ou in"b Ufcifor1 : l't Florida' J'UtII'f!, In theCourt House at property .ltllnt"'l In .Hra.lto.dl Giant Tractors 98c
Church, cent \' Have' Th elx! calendar Count Florid. dcmirlbed na, I
plants. service to Kingsley Lake Baptist widow, and each, year they everV yfeU < Starke, Florida! within ;
I I 0I you. of which he was a member, gather In millions of dollars, are faimlllir. with moat ol 'the.. fI..t ,plJbll"atlon month from 'date thle of notice the Lot lnfr..ton No. AtTruhy 3 of flock HubdlvlnKin 19. In Llv-to, Burp Guns . 88c
IT with Rev. Allen Price and from unsuspecting victims. I windles being practiced J t Each claim I demand moat. be the Town of Starke, .
I DON'T Rev. Jim' Rlgdori. officiating.; These' swlndilers use the day andbefore.yoi} sign' apy.,: in writing, and must atate. the .being In the NK'i' of Flnr"1 *
1 TAKE 1 I were -administered or"vacqopt the word..of, place, of 'i>e.4d,ncv and poet of- ..f Section 2H Township TOYS
rites the thin OF
[ CHANCES! 9645745PLAY i f .Full military mall the'telephone and ; fl".',dd"". of.the claimant and IlanrfB 22 KInaf of the tl1'bllClI HUNDREDS
I by personnel' from doorbell to reach you and slldK! Bal smen you fiholi.1d muat !bn aworn. to, by the, claimant records of Bradford., County,
, Fort Stewart. Ga., including are prepared to take you fanything < check on them. If you do HIM agent or his attorney, Florida I
, DIAL TODAYFl '' ,pallbearers' bugler, and mem- from a few dollai contract for any work !Q Qufe" be ,or'lt to law.-will,, beoom.'void. according .f nubile for sale cash,, to at the the entmnrei highesttbidder ,

bers of the firing squad Do- to thousands. it Is with a- rtlPllta.b1e '" rf the front door of the Bradford -

_ORIIU( PEST CONTROL Witt C. JonesFuneral Homewas' Maybe. you need house n firm long estabHshe, and '.approVed ISxenutor RORPcRTeDELLt o>f' the Elatata! of Damon RtarKa,Cn-untv Florida, Courthouse between. II I::00'inl' WE WANT TO SERVE YOU
of local pairs painting a new roof or by'local authorities.u Dell .deoeaaed. i.mi, ami,.;9:00: pmon, the 10th'
809 E. pALL ST. & CHEMICAL! CO. charge ( arrange your driveway needs resurfaxing. Space does not permit a Eugene F. Shaw .day.. of Pwemlier. Il) 7cHARr .
ments. You may have delayed listing of all the swindles txInar KUOIWJU! f. SHAW .wrt! A. TARRY
tit South Walnut Street Ll9HK CIRCUIT COURT VAN H. PRIEST CO.
.. .. having the work done beat pra2Ude today but you Starke Florida .. ny] Beulah P. Moody
"' of cost, estmates given you breputable can take my wont for" 1 It. Attorney for Executor Deputy Clerk I
firms, so when there are plenty so befog NOV. 80 4t 12/21 Donald I* Smith Downtown Starke'

Wi.nterproof Your Perth owk6 wa i"CRYSTAI. someone comes along and ofT you.open your: door'Eo anitU-' 'i'4 rVt-cnlt' ior4 Of. Florliiit" ;; r.., .1014 InrkannvlllH. ItmKhwav, Klorldit Road' 32207 I
Salesman place'faltll 1n' In
for erant 1 Attorney for Plaintiff
in ,fera to do the Job- one Rlah h Ja4pll>l ClrriiU la And 12-T It THIS IS
.third* to one-haJf the" price ,a telephone ,sAllcitatlon, or For ,llradford (Jou..,.. t

4 b r UP 'z" CLEAR e yclUwere hard,,previously to get your quoted Interest 1 IIsn't It Arawany bank think money.twice.out of the ..NOp'te Plaintiff\.UedrajaL.a: : ?v.' '.Luba.rnr. Schneider Scnneldar.
/. :and beore..You )moW it. SV ,X rfuKKest you read DoW I Defendant. I llBhth" In And For Bradford Coun- .. . . .
fall for, .a slick scheme tret artoilgfltleinWle\: ; c11I" I.! ,NO'fICJlt OIe.BUIT ,
your money and give you rent Issue ot. the Reader'. B
little or. nothing In return., Dlgeat entitled, "Tlvtr Common .
,iA sweet voice on the phone Frauds, .and. How to t
Informs" you .thaLYO have Avoid Th m.* Its\? iAa# skv! I @lliJPlL,1rMOO1'[ [ a r @llilt} FINEST. WORK EVERSMITHCORONA

:rI been selected to receive a. fre your' life's saving Bemembeyou ,
television.\ set.;.If. your'. are willIng .. ,: sfeldWlh'1 get I: artftnlrtf for

r I Tack Over' a'to new cooperate*,typeof In alumlntattuning. advertlsIng 'llcltort nothing wile and swindle gllb-tonKuext you (without -- Wnli'OO lFOOn R E V OLLIt10 ARY \ ELECTRIC(}

: Windows&'DoorsTodIr : Your home will be the slightest compurujyor! JV
/ I equipped with this marvelou Better be safe than sorry

w'lh '''Genuine'S'ICMerpr' o'q mew product and you pay only; -r

half the regular price i Show MasonsHold'

.. '. FLEX-O-GLASS It., to, your. neighbors .*mFriends .. '
:\ ,,, -a J't sat Sd Little, Anyone Cut Afford Itt! and/ every sale made District' Meeting V VVV j .V
< ': iZtf.OO' Is all that U takes td covet aaavariga4cr r u a result will further reduce 'At Lodge Here* .
"::; jL 1 ,ONLY J / asp ridet ..a 'orfth- .... breezeway les!*! than $15.00.. ;your cost as ;you1 wUl .
; .;.
< I Ala.iU,11. u wkJlhs Haves dry protected room for children'" *pta" reeve asubstantial: xxnnmlssion. i .p'proxln\' \ iy' 130' out c i J Produces
or storage area all winter<< long., You are Informed ',that town guests attended a Dial '
J1 ., The Only Plaitlc" Window Material that many folks have not only re-1' riot 8 Masonic meeting her iypirig' t:

... < : \ ,' carries a 2-YEAR GUARANTEE Delved the television' set' ; bad last Thursday honoring John: looks likePrinting ,
HIAII, lullili. The name Warp's Flax-O-Glass is' printed on their home improved, and on T.. Rows Jr.,, Grand' Master
e 't'-.I. the edge for your protection top of that made hundred at Masons In Florida. EUg-h !
r : .-*", .. .. l of dollars Jn, commissions I II lodgrea are Included In the dial.
ook-for. Oenoine FLEX.O.GLASS. At Your Local Hdwr. or Lmbr.. Dealer The woods are full, of Inmpectors' rlct. .

o ", .,.r. 'Who will Inspect you I A barbecu suppet'" WBS
a'Y home for termite' damage served by the Starke lodg-< ,
art Wfrlnl..or other fftuItsLIr.ee.or, and Mayor Carl Hurst we].
'. .. charge. They, will ,repair I al corned the visitor Df.'ttVtDeputy
leaky roof resurface you Grand Master T. F. h't
driveway or provide' other .'111 4e. +
Howell presided at the meeting tttiaa iaitrpA
a ,N I' .+ For your mother; services at ridiculously low during which' report ? AeY s a .

I prices. .. were heard from.aU lodges! tl Ip;
; ;; "OiMif (r e ypur'uncfe: r 'You can be sure that be the district..
; ,
approached by
'tore you are
r t ida: I these-- swindlers they hav The Starke lodge wag com- ] 4 Aift
J.r .;' :...I.. ..your.fri en d S',. pllmented ,on Its handling of 'r

ill details of the meetinganet.. _
) :< the;) supper.
.r ?; ; fore'eryone... !
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.... Br olfer!: .will :be ..open Jo. J2Lr y,' ....., h'
t I nnpcctlon pyhtje: | ) public Sun ,,.",, <" ri'L .
lay afternoon, ,;.with"' ,.faculty -
nAMMO ID. nembers I pi host} J.o| > !show: th ,
new faopltltis$ ,, ,,tea Interestecrlaltors } It
M1 ; ;DRGAN STUDIOfmatarf ,. .t.- ;.,,A IVIJ, t
; Open house will: be hold a1He. -- -, .
A'ntiti, d ; Broker Suiiool,front 2U. *

ttlammoadOTganrls.tee 83 t; ., Vlock,: and:",t', Hampton,
: .fksrrto.t SChool: ) from 4 to 5:30.: 4 1t .
u-. _plax theaa.y ws The public Is cordially In- : V itEtedfric

h'h'I. I'nai, .119.esvm.'A1lodpbt'N., W.i! ltu1'!.GL111)1ors. ........ ,..,''Ited'tb'vfeft'to r b6W"s------3idor' .... : SEC RrTARs.1AL; > 3it-r$ .

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'."> I. hat the undenl..n.P d..I.ln.OIVGN: Typewriter: ]

'GOINGHUNflNC : !'o'eng.t.. name In. business of "RKD und J BARNp0 rTthletltl ... ........... .w-* \
f u 3; ,RANCH" off the BPQ.,nlload. .."
-- .. :. BI&J'k., Florida. InUnd to brand'new Secret a1"" t51 fef: wftnduf ''wrffcr.. Designed'and built tcf ertaure, and In I
: I .ekl.ter the: said name with
_, GhnstmasGjfts ? :|lark of the Circuit.Court< x>ltrad ''question the finest typewriter1 ever made: a! variety of cotors that enhance Its' dramatic
ford County Florida.' Brimd -
l f .. EManuel l .,,::1.Wllmll W. Your secretary'will take new pride,,not only modern lines ,Itt.represents"the'ultimate in
mostrappreciatedi i t ara aau.L 11/16. 4tchv U/7,i
.. and
'' In the, quality of.the work the315 turns'out.,'- proficiency appearance. \

r'; are eacto' id' ntj1y /amirGO'Nil slate' '-I.wd'Tra Ko.d..f"B......JnerM.. Cutr.:'clarr1f: nor.In : ":?. ',I but In a personalized machine that becomes It ,incorporates thousands of' engineeringtruly

.. -:. Y1' .. Ialuraade.rorldc. {' : '. r hers even to Its reflection of the aura changes and Improvements over traditional
.seta 4 PROBATE! If.. 11WTIo.K
; J --There's a plug'atbrie'erfdY : I ,Ql9Cage tor : .:.__?K:.tat. .o( MAMU:! !:L of her own personal perfumel! typewriter construction. j
", %. -. '.DBENBERO.a/k/.BAH; twdt'NFF,1W. :: _
floe Wr IpI1f ; Dacaaud. ,?, This new 'Smiths-Corona, Secretarial' 315Tfl See the'new 315 SCM today come in''creete3
; ...magic a ; cShp .. .loot- (),ItQr( : ,(u N *Uc Arid. Of Patltlon, PUIpgFilial I far Filial'.Reurn. :a jdlmenslon:'! of typing performance with your secretary and let her show you the

1: '; ',. .. t PRACTICALPREFERREC. I' APPRECIATED, .t.....nlJy.- sged.e: .: .. 4achitgW'Ot'lxeeutor.Notlc.. .la hereby a-iva'n'Etd th. ..t.. 1hava never before believed possible on *.typequality of ther *""'' she can produce with !it
..tna .. I eIore : filed my final returna as.xeoutoror ..
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> ; >V"' 't\!' i ".'able. alvrv Tharon court A. .;Tawn.Tor approir1I Judges Uttle1 More Than Manual
tha. Priced only $315 a
I I of gild. Final-. Relurnai and at ,
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1 nvploymont.' I Speaker Tells
Ag Worker Census Bureau Interviewers I"" ,ql'u Purposes .Of
; -- '
will act an fact gathering, ;
Study SetA agents for both the Departments \ !,.' i Junior Colleges IT'S EASY TO WRITE
of Labor and A&1'lc1l11ture.
A picture of .junior; collegesas
yearly survey to determinethe I a place where "studentscan RESULT-PRODUCING, WANT. ADS
number of persona doing PRODUCT OF VIETNAM I find out Where theyfluid" j
farm work for wage will be a was presented at the
taken In Mils area by the [tin memory of Richard) Rotary Club Wednesday by

U S, Census Bureau according ( Crews] Ellis W. Cline, assistant to Follow these simple rules to make your Want Ads bring better results.
& to Director Thomas W. Me- The day had come to lay at the president of Santa Fe
Wlrter of the Census regional] rest Junior College. I Remember, a good) Wnnt Ad is nothing more than salesmanship In print.
office In Atlanta. Our comrade who had done .s\\.M.,: The junior college la designed -
The survey will start next his best. 0! to meet the needs of I Write your Want Ad in the same friendly style you use when'telling., _
Monday Dec. 11, and the In- We stood In reverance as he ,, students who cannot meet re-
terviewer working In this area did pass ." ".. quirements of Qm top eight I' friends and neighbors about what you have to offer.

will be Mrs. Zeluan C. Crawford Above the dusty trodden ..... "1' I per cent who are accepted 'toy >
Route 1, Box 47, Lake rass. '\ he I: University,.of Florkta and | Don't Abbreviate: Don't be Penny-Wise and Pound
Butler The guns were !fired the tape I ther four-year institutions Fonllnhl
Purpose of the survey Is to were playedAs i I:Santa Fe has, strong, staff j I Surveys and studies prove that most
get, for the U. S. Departmentof that I in guidance and counseling Want Ad readers do not like or under- It makes good common sense to eliminate '
he was laid to rest on _.
Agriculture a new measureof New 'the speaker Bald and works stand abbreviations Make dt easy for unneeded words from your Want.
mournful day Latter Day Saints Presiding
the number of hired farm with the student' who is back-'' people to respond to your ad Ad, but make sure you don't ruin the
workers and the amounts they Never be.again away from hometo Elder; Will Start Church In SpringEllis I'ward in reading, math orany, don't keep them guessing with abbreviations. effectiveness of your Want Ad by making

are paid. The farm worker ther I field to enable him to .
survey will be taken In conJunction How many more will society Thornton I Ileftl 1, who Permission -has Just been: obtain, the foundation' that. lalarking. It Incomplete: ] Remember, you're not

with the monthly demand has served as Presiding Elderof received from headquartersIn ] "It Is never too late ,. PuJ Yourself In the Prospects Shoes placing a Want Ad to save money .
survey for the Department of Before we cease the killing In the Starke Church of Salt Lake City to build. a to go )lack,"- he Raid. you're Inserting :your ad to get results!
Labor to provide updated fig- Vietnam? Christ of Latter Day Saints new church In Starke on Many small schools In rural Give full Information and all the de- and make money. Making your ad too
urea on employment and uYT- Eddie Stancll since Its organization In 1949, Bessent Road. Construction Is North Florida are from 20 to I tails about what you have to offershort may save a few penndea that lose
discusses" plans for a new expected to start next spring. 25 years behind good schoolsin Describe your offering In benefit terms you dollars in results.
1 church building with his successor. The local congregation: suburban metropolitan areas!! tell prospects why your offer
Dean M. Hansen.Mr. organized In 1949 at the home. In terms of facilities and aidesto satisfies their needs. Give sizes, dimen And It Is Easy To Order Tour Ail:

STARKE NURSING HOME I Hansen the new Presiding of Herbert Norman near Law- work with Cline said. He lions, capacity' condition, advantage Trained competent Want Ad-Visors will
Elder for the local congregation pointed out that this does not And don.t forget price! Want Ads help you word your ad for bent
tey. Meetings are now 'being pos.
is graduate student -, that I
a necessarily mean they are
without 50
price % lens effective
able results. All do Is
you pick
80S S. COLLEY ROAD at the University of held In the Dlcandlo building far behind, in quality of .edu- than ads with price telephone and they do the rent.up your
Florida, working On"his doctorate on East Call St. Luther Green cation. ,
Phone 969.4271 Starke, Fla. In college administration. to counselor of the local con- The speaker was Introduced):

I I gregation. by B. F. Mlzell Jr. Guests at I Only $1 For 15 Words
\ L We have complete nursing service fe* adul"I- I the meeting Included Bradford

all ages. great-grandchildren. ./., '. County members of the SFJC'
Shelter Space 'Funeral services were heldat Advisory Committee, and local] ,
2 pjn. Wednesday In theHHlbronn school officials.]
S. We have n.N.'s and L.rjVs 24 houseS I
en duty Under
a y.S. I.Rev. Charles Baptist Harvey Church'Wfl officiating TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED ADS

fall Interment was.- in the TOE RIGHT POINT rM UuUM
Study on a plan for
.. .
We have our .wn X-ray and laboratory. (Mr. out shelters for all 15,000 residents family plot In Dyal Cemeterywith way y!o' write. Come band i GET RESULTS
,James Monrrlef\ to our full time licensed tech- of Bradford County has,; DeWitt C. Jones in
)' sUcUa). been started by Civil Defense 'charge of arrangements.Active ,select. :roar faTtrlto 2:8:
Director Frank Williams. pallbearers,were Levy
V... The community shelter planning ] :Norman, J. M. Norman J. H. TERBROOK founUlTELEGRAPH. > ).... PHONE 964-6305 tI
&. W. are Hrenwrf fw 60 beds by UM MUU Board program will Involve every MdCartihy, J. C. Simmons, Roy
.f Health Lk.... N. 3.A. family\ in the county, Williams \'Clemons, and Freeman Crosby I

Indicates.Once .
the program Is under i
We have a modern. fireproof building with central way community shelter planning ] '
air-conditioner and heat. forms will be sent to each, ?
county family. The forms will I II life Ifandier

.. We are with!* tw. block. of the Bradford County explain fall out and what action -
HoeplUi.X I should be taken In the
event of fall] out the CD director -

I I says.Warning .
We have a fine staff of Doctors serving tfee; :, signals] family. I

Hum. I plans] and public shelters will .
be Included on the forms. If Livestock
I an additional. 5,000 to 6,000 CARL BEGGS USED VACUUM cleaner reconditioned -
I. Ware V.A. approve*. more shelters are designated If you find your name among the Classified Ads, S10: up. 10 different
at the State Prison at Raiford, Gulf ServiceUSED name brand* to diooa. front.
j come to the Telegraph office and receive Parts Sc excellent all
f. Ws are approved by tbe Stat. Welrar. Agency. i as anticipated, the county TWO PARTS : repairs
could shelter about/ 10,000 per FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre Top Prices for Wrecked Carl makes. KIRBY BAUDS A
I 301 Drive-
sons, Williams savs. He Is in 24 Hour Wrecker ServiceFuel SERVICE 712 N. Make Oalnesville -
10. We 'are approved under MlOdlc.....
i the process of finding more Theatre Passes in. 3767110. Uckg
shelter I space now the director M Oil -

11. We ..... ... <;u si MC
are Urge enough to give all norvlng service says. AAA 8 A H Green Stamp! AT LAST!
that an adult may need, but suiael enough, I I I HASTINGS MATTRESS Ilwy. 301 N. Wald.
Services WORKS
Funeral :
I to previda family atmiMphere. l 1\RY\ NATKS 710 Lemon St. Palatfci 488-1998 POLICYFor

I 1 For Mrs. Kite Vf t. II word __...M Furniture LACY CONWAY Mobile Homes p

M. Mr. J. II. Moncrlef Is In charge of complete laboratory ... ...' Repaired FLYBNO SERVICE
In Jones ChapelMrs. : B. word If __.1Iff Upholstered & Refinished That, Qualify
and :x-ray facilities. Laboratory No.'624.l : I COmR: FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Air

We Comply With Title fi, Civil) Rights Law Mary Jane Kite, 91, .. ... . .. .. Extra said. tkmrm IB. ..."It...mat. -- MATTRESSES REBUILT plane rentals] Greyhound Bus CALL TilE MAN MASONRYMATERIALS
Ii widow of the late EHJah Klfe' ; New Innersprings Charter.: Keep your part together FROM KEYSTONE .

CALL, WRITE OR COME BY died at her home in the Hell- PI"lla. l' .. rl ......e". :," M1CMOHIALS.. _.. HK..v OL1.../*TI0NI and Box Springs charter a bus.\ Phone George E. LaRue
section Monday 1 964-6090. tfohg
I bronn Springs .
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AND VISIT WITH US. morning. She was born in : : CARD Of THANKS!' Drop Curd or Call I I INSURANCE AGENCY
I lie mr... I.eaW PALATKA EA 0-9166 INSURANCE] L
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December a.cI7.MIx
I County on ::1 '
Lawton B. Thomas OwnerAdministratorMrs. Bradford q : Barb w.rd aver M __.ep Keystone Ilts. 473-4692
10, 1876, ad was a orate .
Gertrude Kauffman-Asst. AdministratorWE :. .o..I.fI.Jn.' : ..,..,, AUTO FIRE, BOAT
member 209 E. Adklns St.Agent .
i and was a : .
10, 1876 : \; :..I'l. SILVER. SANDS LAKE DOYLE E. CONNER FOR RENT Furnished 1 Cement;,Mortar, Steel. -
Church. .. and 2 bedroom apartments. Lnere* Roe
COMPLY WITH tITLE VILefUsCarelorYourLovedOnes are two sons, : $2,700 to $3.500 SUBANp AGENCY tar Shell .
Surviving I '. ; Unfurnished 2 bedroom Precast u..... .a4
of Starke and I GATOR DONE LAKE tfchg! Gravel.
Daniel L. Kite I .: ....Ry.t..t' .J.t.\. \ house. W. H. Nollnaan 510
Jacksonville, ; 1 1I Window Bills. Everything
Alvin E. Kite. ,,' $3,575 to $4,275 N. Cherry St. tfchgREGISTERED
I four grandchildren and eightITS :,W;!;" ,: EASY TERMS Myers Power ToolsArea far MssHMtry poa.tnaeUoa.

I Headquarters. For ANGUS
See S. E. McKay
/ I,Lawnmower Power Tool FOR SALE
Keystone Height RfcCulloch ChaJa Saws Cows, with calve at side andre ,
ILLEGALFor Supplies 473-4740 or 473-4132 I I Pump" A: Water SyntemM -bred; Bred Cows or Heifers; Bradford '
Phone) 473-4816 I Briggs & Btration Engines Open Heifers; Bulls; Bred
I Rentals Sales Sera loe Grade Heifers to calve )in.. the Engineering Co.
l ,230 N.E. 16th Ave. spring.T.
ready for occupancy. 3 bed Gainesville 370-3411' W. BAKER & SONS Phone Stark
Any Person or Persons to Engage ia roem l',4! bath.. Located just' I i tfchg Phone Keystone 473-4704 or
outside of city. limits In ;. write P. O. Box 2, Lake dene.v 964-5403

Plnebreeze. Easy monthly FOR RENT-4 room and bath v .. Fla 3266O) 4tchg 11123
Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless I I terms. Longohamp CEllISt Co.
Contact Bufoid; Mitchell, TYPEWRITER RENTALS: 'furnished apartment. Call 964852. WHITE Female cat missing- Information

14 In. .. ISc pone 964-6833.-. O. Box Day. week, or month.Bradford : tfchg appreciated. Mrs. C. I FOR RENT3 bedroom" cot,#
238 Starke. tfohJi County Telegraph.. Phone I Johnson. Phone 7823530. Law tage on Ktngsley Lake yeal
I f Die Name Is Registered 22 lit. 25e 964-63O5. tf PUMPSNEW tey. It chg round. Attractively furnished!
FURNISHED. Fuel oU and gas heat. Mrs. J
APARTMENTS AND USED HENS FOR SALE. B. C. Holt- W. Klncald 964-7831. tffihl
Read This Florida Law"It Modern furnished, one-bed- BUY- SELLTRADE SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep Bendorf Jr. Edwards Road.It ONION CABBAGE plants
THANK YOU NOTES Beau room apts. Available Immedi & Shallow Wells chg Htway 16 to Hlway 229 4th
tlfully engraved la gold 01' ately. Air-conditioned. Next to BILL POWELL Water Softeners & Filters house on light. Terrell. Hell
silver : for box of In- -
shall be unlawful for any perse* er persona aa defined ........ Mengage cluding;S1.2S envelopes. Bradford 25 Frees Brad, High the resident School. See Mr. Real Estate .Expert Service On $25 a week, 5 'day week. L. bronn Syringe ltp

herein defined manager. 404 W. Madison St. All Makes, O. Johnson, Rt. 2, Box 156, '
wider fictHlema aa
In business! as! herein defined a nanta County Telegraph. tf. Ph.' 964-5-286 al't"' 5:30 p.m. DID YOU KNOW it's easy U

without and unless said flctltlena naa.e shall .. redaiared with the NO. 857-Priced Right! 43 dtchg 12-21 Phones: Off. 964-6464 Phone 961.7061 Sfarke, Fla. lip own a Longchamp Homo//

derk.f the circuit court of the ewonty when the rrfneiyal place. tlI bterdaw"I acres with creek Oood location DURRANCE PUMP DOWNTOWN Store Building. Better built for Florida 11

Is I ., with registration shall con let .f filing with the dirk. afereMld aa afrndavH $7700.for Terms.poultry farm<, Just,& Best Time 'To Buy WE BUY or used anything furniture of value., appliances AND SUPPLY, CO. Terma Good Location.that beat Only rent.570000.. Your Ing. lot Your or ours.plans Contact or ou B \

Under .. tike .ania. alan Dahmers Discount 964-: ford Mitchell, phone 86
signed by an Interested persona stating NO. 550 two Miles Out. 3 Off Season Prices House BILL POWELL,
.af .th. taUrst 7923. tfchg THE RIGHT POINT for the Estate 6833. P. O. Box 238, Star
the extant Real
those Interested In the business eatenprto. acres on U. S. 301. Older New & Good Used U'WALKER

.f each and the fictitious name under which amid. bnaincaa !. carried home.STROUT Only $5500.REALTY I LawnmowcrsFIRESTONESTARKE I II FOR RENT Unfurnished 3 way and select you your write.favorite Come ES-In Phone 404: W.Office Madison 064-6464 FEMALE Hou

... Said registration may net-be made until the yerassi ar ....... dealrinx 2117 N. Temple Ave., Starke, I distance bedroom house.to shopping Easy walking area. TERBROOK fountain pen. It chg came to my house.-Have

to engage In business under Ictltleafl. acme ahaO.have adrertlaed.his. at Fla. ((904)) 964-66D9 I Ph. 9645403. Wch c A classified ad In the Telegraph Identifying and paying a

their Intention to register said fictltlena sane at .leas .. wait for font TOWN House Apartments for -FOR SA.LE-2-English Setters, brines results.] AFTER new classes CHRISTMAS for our starting late Starke Robert on Dobbs: Road 8 ml.100.west 1

(4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper aa .defined,. law in the cecntv sale.$64.00 Small per month Down Payment.Contact FOR bachelor RENT-Furnished nice well marked male and female. ANTIQUES Electric Appliances comers. Tap Ballet Aero etc.

where said registration la t. be made, and wild rg>iraUeei .... ,not b. Buford Mtk-hell, Phone. 964- Private entrance apt. and near parking BHS.; Utter mates, whelped 10-10- Toys Clothing Electric Ph. 9641098. tf chg FOR SALE -Petunia Plan I
...., Wau 6853 P. O. Box 238; Starke. 66. Just turned 1 yr. old. Excellent Toasters, 225. Electric Irons, better shrubbery. Azalei
accepted by the clerk of the circuit curt except ape receiving $50 month. Renner Apt 633MjbiMahone.
Records ..
It chg blood lines.! Registered $1.95. Phonograph 2 BEDROOM Frame house for and Camllllas for le81Ced.
.h publication. ;...Phone' 944.6279.tfchg American Field. Just right 25c each. Toilets] Commodes, rent. 333 Clark St. Ph. 964- for Christmas trees. Fergus*
MUST SELL this .month. 20 agt to start training. flash $8. Stoves. Heaters. $3 up. 0821. It Nursery Raiford Road. P
acres with home( on good road. pointing now. Sacrifice >100. Brick. $5 hundred. All kindsof 964-6227. ttc
If under $1,000 down Balance easy. CORN FED PORK From Contact Z. O. Arlington\ 1661 stuff. Come out and browse
in business name FOR SALE Honda Black]
you are engaged!! any This U what you have. been 60 to 150 Ibs. dressed; 30 cents Holly Oaks Lake Road East, around. We buy sell, and trade S-90. 11 months old] Good '
80 Acres with cleared ]Ian
]looking for. lb. Phone 'Lawtey 782-0329 Jacksonville 721-2378. anything-Old Orlffla Trading -
BILL POWELL after 6 p.m. It chg 2tcl14r 12-7 Poet 2 3-4 miles! north, of condition. $260. Call 964-6752 timber and improvements. C
other than your own and have not had this name Real Estate Starke on 301. Open 6 days a after 5 p.m. lip fered for $10,800.00 cash
404 W. Madison St. FOR SALE- HP outboard week 6 ajn. to 9 pm. Closed
Phone: Office: 964-6464 sale 2 to $5. C. E. Sanders. engine $55.00; Garden tractor Sunday 2tp 12-7 No. 6O9 SWIM AND RELAX A. J. THOMAS. Realtor] )

properly advertised and registered we, will be _.. __ It chg Phone 9647698. 3tp-12-21 walking type with plow disc, 1 Acre pool. 3 bedroom Tel.] 964-0701
PAINTER experienced in cultivator and mower $150.00. Specializing In sales of Real modern home. J12.50O, good .
FOR SALE, or rent 2 bed for outboaj
Call 964-7474. lip Estate and in appraisals terms. FOR SALE 3 HP
leeks work. Will do Interior
Information room house outside city limitson area estates: corporate and Individ- No. ((592 SECLUDED 20 engine\ 156. Electric train HI
all to or exterior
glad to give you necessary as 301 North. Call 9646739.Itp reasonably.] .Phone Lawtey,782-painting FOR SALE 1967 Moped Cycle ual owners. 30 years experience ACRES. 3 miles of Starke. mounted on table: cornplt-
3664. .. 2tp-12.14 used 10 hours. $90.00. L. K.Whltehead in land matters. Beautiful building site Pine S13.00. Call 964-7474. J
964-6512. Itchg A. J. THOMAS and Pecan, trees. $5,000. 1/3

what you should do.BRADFORD. PECANS Fresh shelled best LOST-Tiny black Chihuahua, Licensed Real Estate Broker' down. FOR SALE New cuttl
quality $2.00 Kb. Christmas female,.,,,8 yra. od.] .PII- 964- LOST-22 automatic rifle at Starke.; Fla. Tel. 964-5791 No. 606 TO SETTLE ES- torch. $50. Call 7823737. At

trees, price tagged from $1.25to 6707. It chg Keystone) dump. If found. WILL BABYSIT In my home TATE. 7 rentals and home. 7 p.m. can 782-3200. _
$3.00. Don Champion. 410 please call Lamar Johnson. 224 Location price and farms 2t'p 12.
Lillian Knight
tf 782-3254, Lawtey. 12.14 anytime. couldn't ''be better.: Interested,
Short Street. chg FOR SALE) ,- 1965 Fury n 3tp Lafayette St., Ph.
9646149.Itp give us a
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Plymouth dr. sedan. Tu-
CHRISTMAS trees and annual Tone. A-l shape. Can T. II. 1968 FLEETWOOD TRAILER
2 bedroom house t
flower plant? Mrs. W. A. Bement 964-6439 or see at 12'x60', 2 bedrooms. $200 equl- R. O. Danaby 2117 N. Temple Ave., Call 964er '
St. "
COUNTY TELEGRAPH Starke Fla. N. Walnut +
Stern Ph 1221 Bradford St.. Saratoga .ty. take up payments Call Marc E. Jackson ,
l .. 9645614.2tchg 12-14 Height, Stark. Itp 864-6809. 4tp 12-15 Arthur Palmy i .J9O4)) 964-6609 :1 t


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