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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 14, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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STARKE. FLORIDA.. THURSDAY. DF.C1961 NUMBER TWENTY-FIVE.
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a 32 Entries Chamber ExBradfora Of Pfy(1// <;" .. ,.,. ,:,.JtRY.'?



Set FridayIn To Hear -



Parade UF Pres. Man Charged.



Oene Rayiburn. chairman or Stephen C. O'Oonnell, President \ -
the Christmas parade committee 11 of the University' of
today I announced the q 1 Florldo, will be the keynote In I Kidnaping 1
completed plana for the< speaker at the 21st annual : .' I I

Chamber' of Commerce'spon- Starke Bradford, County
cored annual Christmas parade "
Chamber of Commerce meet-
aet this Friday. Dec. 111.! ( long January 13th at the A former Bradford man

at 3:30: p. nunayburn ti'a t f Starke Golf and Country Club,, Marvin Earl Bobbie)
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reports 32 entries
i announced Biiidi Mlzell. Chamber
already lined up. This Includes Vice-Preeldent and chairman Loyree Cocomise New Harris 33 was charged

such units as the RJE His ( of the arrangements. here Monday with attempted -

School Band, the Bradford committee.Mlzell rape and com-
High School Band and i a. said "We are Indeed mitting a crime against

strong possibility that a Lak j4 fortunate! to obtain Mr. O'- Chamber Pres. Elect nature on affidavits signed -
City 'Band will also enter "
ConneLl as our speaker. He San by the father of 14-
a
(Floats will be entered by the __ outstanding citizen who
Junior Girt Scouts. JundorWoman' has served this state well and year-old Jacksonville girl.
dub Starke Recreation : .- who for .a .short time held ''Mrs. Loyree' Cocomise! was istering at Florida welcome Harris brought the girt> to
Department, Boat.dralnBalptlst 9 m t -L the position of Chief Justiceof unanimously named lUllS prenl- tttatlons during lima indicated the Sampson Lake area last
Church Reno Recreation 7 Ia the Florida Supreme Court dent-elect of the Bradford Bradford County as their Thursday and kept her )prisoner )
Department and others before accepting his present County Chamber of Commerce destination. here for approximatelyfive
lost. Thursday by the Board --Was.read a statement that
Bradford
A final count of Goat .entries s responsibilities."'' hours Deputy
has not yet been reached. The annuaJ meeting of the of Governors. the National Chamber of Commerce Sheriff A. E. Brown Jr. stated

Mrs. JoAnn. Sawyer, Mrs,. + t Chamber highlights' the year's Owner of Bradford Furniture supports the more conservative Wednesday. Deputy Brown
i Anna Felos and Mrs. Fred Fe- aotlvltles/Recognltlon of community Company U.s. 301 north Mrs. U.s. House version said Harris! in custody In Du-
den Jr. will be serving on the L .SC citizens< for( outstanding CocoiniHe had been a member of the bill to Increase Social val County on kidnap charges.
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-- -- -a- ----- of the Board of Governors and .
Float Judging Committee. A civic accomplishment is Security payments.Was The former Graham. native
first prize of $50. second prize Christmas TreeA also an annual affair This has been active In various civ- told the National and the young girl were apparently
of $29. and a third prize of Strawberry year's meeting will Include a ic duties She was. recently. Chamber supports the tax Increase in the Starke area
$16 Is being offered by the steak dinner.Tickets named Woman of the. Year by In the form of a surcharge about. 5:30: p. m. Thursday.
Retail Merchants Division ol: strawberry ChrlNtman tree made by George Robert. owner of the florlut. for the event are the Starke Business & Pro- proposed by the present Dec. 7, Deputy Brown said.

the Chamber of Commerce aa Nancy' Flower ha* been donated to the shop, )give the tree to Mr Lll Bishop/ available through! Mrs. Loyree fe.Hslonal Women's Club. -Administration, but only It !It Harris bought gas !In Starke

an Inducement to encourage Bradford Chamber. of jCnntntvrre and, now Chiunlirr, secretary. Cocomise, ticket chairman, at No further nominations were Is matched by a II reductionIn and returned to Jacksonville
in mania! after Bud Mlzell, chairman federal wpendta for every said.
greater float participation few each.JVew the deputy
the door to the Chamber of fir. at The .hrrrlv are artificial, but from a $425
hang on of Committee dollar's tax hike. record
aria year's parade. A point the Nominating Harris has a. criminal
system Judging originality. Call and Walnut Street, feet away look real. gave 'Mrs. Cucomlse as -Set the date of Thursday dating back: to l1t61. according i

color harmony and. success In Motion the committee's, selection. GuaKoueloiiHoH Jan. 18, for the Cliainiber'a annual to Bradford officiate and the
conveying the Christmas operator of the banquet. It Is scheduledat Records Section of the Florida
Theme are Just some of \the By Former Superintendent Filed In Garden Restaurant and, also the Starke Golf and Coun- State Prison where he was aa
determining factors to be a member of the Board of try Club' with tickets coating inmate when at the age of 18

used In Float Judging Timber SuitsA Governors was elected 11(08( $4.25 each Speaker will be he was charged with, the attempted
The parade routine has Chamber, treasurer In the same new University of Florida, rape of a. school bun
been changed. Rayburn. said., Costs More Local Control vote. President Stephen O'Connell. driver The case was dismiss r..
The' parade will assemble on Higher motion for( n. nummary Present. Pre .-elect Wayne 1\[,'t!. Loyree Oocomlae la In
Broadway street just south'. of Judgment was filed Tuesday Whlffen and these two win' charge of ticket sale MenuIs ed.The 14-year-old 'girt was
the football field gate and the on behalf of, Bradford County take office In: February." filet mignon kidnaped on the way home
Pratt street playground Assembly Seen In Proposals For Education against Container CorporationIn Mizell also announced the 'Was told by Gene Ray- from school last Thursday and
time' wall be at 3:30: the matfer' 'of sulta enteredby election, by mailed ballot, of bum director of the Cham lieldl prisoner at gunpoint for
p. m. on Friday. December Container contenting tt tart I atx of the 12 members of the ber's annual Chrt,tma 1.. eight! hours before she was
16th. This will allow time for Qualify I&UucaCion : 1966 Biul <1&61'' Umbel-land Hoard o{.Governors. Mao BaldWin that the event is l schedulenext released-. .*the Jacksonville
datrC.ot! .the, floats. Proposals, made thfc\( week b small Joy.( ._ Iapdeirk'.Cvlnlnfsion! } on : a..M.IJ". nta. .' ';: meal;Cheyrolet-OlUwnolblle< Friday Dec. 15, and that Journal. In its Friday. Dec. I
woiiiu\ including! Bradford, more money s '
*Th4 ,parade wilt get under- would probably coat 'i, counties-- The :motion, filed by the dealer; to.the only new member: six float and SO entries) are 'edition In a tory attributedto
way at 4 p. m.. and will travel but would give local school boards greater'control- of their school 'systems. county' attorney T. A. Yawn, of the Board. Board members committed. Prizes) of $50. $25, the Duval County Sheriff'SOffice.
south on Broadway street to That's the opinion of the asks Circuit Judge John A. II.'Murphree gaining ''re-election are Gus and $10 will be given the top Duval. County Detective

Call .Street turning east onCaP man who; headed Bradf rd'l not needed! to' make up the gan points out. The local to dismiss! the suits Kopalouooa, Bud MUell, George three,! floats: ] Each merchantIs Set. Richard Elton said
l, crossing U. S. 301 and education system for 40 years,, 2ft per cent. Apy extra could school board woutdf then/ have on ground that the disputewas Pierce, Dr. T. G. Witch, and being .aakck to donate $1O the girl was molested ,but not
continuing east and crossing former County Superintendent. be used. to further a county'sae9ueol to decide where to portion out settled last July when the George Roberts. to finance- the parade. raped. the Journal article re
the Seaboard Coastline tracks, Harmon P. Morgan.The system. the money It received It wouldbe court upheld 1905 >assessments 'MIzell announced that 103 -Voted, to place $390 left ported.
turning south on Cherry Finance Committee of But Supt. Morgan says, that up to the local boards to against Container.The >> ballots were returned<1 of 183: from the Chamber's first' cnlf' The Journal. reported> the
Street at Naaworthy Furniture the governor's' Commission leave.small. counties' like decide how much money would company owns: or leagean mailed Indicating a high! Interest scramble In savings accountin : following account of the. reported
and! continuing the par- Monday proponed. to increase Bradford,' In the "name old go for teacher salaries how a total of :30.13H! : acre of ,. In the election by Chamber : First Federal Savings) A abduction I
alas by turnlna west on Madison the sales tax from 8 to' 4 bind." In"an4aU ,counties, he much for class room supplies' timberland In Bradford County. members Loan of Starke to be used In The girl "was hysterical&
Street crossing the railroad school maintenance, 'building In 1965 It:+fllvd suit,, 'claiming scramble.Set the put her out
per cent and to revamp points out, 'It"may' take the equipment In other action the Board: nexlf y al" when gunman
tracks U. S. 301 and disbanding financing; doing away with entire 10 mills to make up the programs, etc.! that the lands were worth an Was told by Manager Pete -.; a renovation. of the of his car at Interstate 10 Mad

at. the Starke Plaza. the Minimum Foundation Pro- county's 25 per centfl leaving That contrast sharply with On Page Fourl 1 :Novak that 5,989 persons reg- (Continued on Page FoarllmM' Chaffee Road Iin'( Jackson-
'This should provide everyone gram. Since !It was passed In nothing. extra. the earmarked funds under the (Continued ,, villa I shortly after midnight
wishing to see the parade 1947 the MFP has 'been some- /One hotel In. Miami Beach MFP where money allocated ClUvursdayl.She( / ] was under a*.
with, a good pot for viewing" what of a sacred cow to edu- probably Is worth more than for buildings, for instance, can- elation today. [fFhddayJ.]
said Mr. Rayburn. He also expressed cation. It was vupposed to give all bf Bradford County" the not be shifted to other more Duval) County Detective
sincere appreciationto every child !In tale state, no former superintendent' pointsout. pressing areas even when It Sat. Richard idler said the
the contributing merchantswho matter where he lived an Is not used In. construction. girl. rot oM a. school bus on
nave provided funds for equal opportunity for an edu- Bent thing about the Com. Morgan also said the State her way home from Faxon
parade expenses Including cation. missions proposal Is that the Legislature would be smart to ,"*,,,. I ', ,. Senior High School, where' she. '
prize money and costs for But Morgan says the Com money would
Santa's arrival. and his presence mission's proposal to do away sums for county school boards proposals since they would p. m.
: In Starke the following 'with the MFP Is "somewhat to spend as they see fit for "take' the monkey off their "While she was walking a.
week. Santa will also be giving misleading." Under the Com- kindergarten through 12th backs., When teachers asked mile to her home a car stopped --

out candy during his mission's proposal the counties) grade after the state has for more salary, the educator 14iw.Nrewo alsala and the driver offered
wek's stay in Starke" a would pick up '25 per cent of approved' each county's Indi- points out, the legislators er her a ride. She accepted
gesture of good will by Starke the coat of operating"schools vidual school plan. could nay "Go( to your local) .'.' "' r rN thinking it would be all. right
Retail Merchants. for kindergarten!< !< through grade "That puts county school school board, we've given thtvn because the road led only ta'
Contributors. are: Bradford would all the money" her house. But the driver'
12 and the state pickup boards) under the gun Mor-
County Telegraph Eagle's De- 73 per cent.Under turned around alter. a short

partment Store Priest's S & present state law __ ,- distance..
10, Pixie ShD Bradford Bar- the 67 counties o. : "The man pulled a pistoland
Morgan says -
ber Shop,, Caps Department told the girl he would kill
Whole have been paying ProblemIn
as a Main .
store,"Andren Drugs\ Starke 29 per cent of the cost of Money f9ri her If she screamed. <
Plaza Barber. Shop Oayle's "The frightened girl was::
education. But the counties .
Beauty Shop Nancy' Flowers." remitting funds to 4 T TE taken out U. S. 301 to Stark
are now L ,
Mite heU's Drug: Store. Mallard's and then to a ,wooded area.
based a tax, -
the state on payIng Sidewalk '
Project ,
1 told
the man
10.
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n ability formula. Under the :" "f" -. I nearby. There
Western Auto Associate some her that he and some partners
formula. Morgan says
Store, Koch's Drug Store. had planned to l kidnap
Williams Jewelry, Slade Oas counties have been paying and 1ms :Cold, hard cash Is the big Road Foreman R, E. Jones .
cent aome
Co. BulUngton's Gift Shop. than 25 per obstacle confronting the joint and City Supt. S. R. Hicks [Continued on Page Four]
Dahmer's Discount, Leila's more.Bradford. QrangeStreet and Colley Road were Instructed to determinethe
Instance, has
Dress it OUt Shop. Woodburn for 20( sidewalk; project t being propoeed actual footage the School

Jewelry, Stump's DepartmentStore been paying of approximately the cost of Its for the Starke City Council Board could pay for. New Prison
Florida Bank, at Starke.Bottmn per cent taxes Bradford County Commission The group Monday, night
thus
Dollar' Wlnn Dixie. education system, I .and School Board. discussed laying a five foot -M
here might go up a little, ,Labor apparently will be wide sidewalk? four..IRQheli Facility
theorize The Commission -
Morgan since all three boards deep down one side of both
SEE SANTA clthii.".. however.taxes Its plentiful have men already on the pay- Orange Street and Colley Now In I Use
the
will reduce
will
proposal U built /
walks
roll who could be put on the Road. The :
of 95 per cent of the state'scitifena. from Call \
since down Orange
cost
at no extra go
Christmas Parade .. project .. 'Limited operations are under
: Waabineton'and
f it ,would] merely be a matterof Street to !it, I IY1"
Other. than abolishment of worked down Washington to Starke ,, way at the new State Prison I.I.rec.ptlon .
Dec. 15 the which jOb they on. ) t and medical center
Friday, the tax paying ability But In .a meeting of a jotntcommittee Elementary School. On Colley }4r1 ,
method of the counties makingup from the three Road the walk would go' from .rj near Lake Butler.
4:00: P.M. their share Is not HO dif- boards' Monday night' Deo. Laura Street to the corner of ti ; "We have atbcut a third" of

ferent than under the* MFP. 11.. tt seemed that the $8.000 Stanbury Slat. SouDhslde Ele- our operation going now, said director -
School PTA The Com mission propones' '' material will mentary. : Rankin Brown
High :lt will 'take for
that the counties be-allocated Rough McMillan told the Joint f' Tuesday adding that ISO
Tuesday, Dec. 19 be difficult: to come by.
state funds on. 'a per pupil arrived at Monday I committee that the right-of-! 'prisoners are already locatedat
7:30: P.M. Under the estimate the center Which will coat
50
basis, 'for Instance. night by Ctty Councilman' Nell way on Orange Street Is M
BUS Auditoaium .MFP the court flea receive Tucker who Is pushing the feet wide with IS feet of 1 approximately $TJS million
High School Girls tat* funds based on Che num- Merrill pavement. that' would. give 15 when completed.
Tumbling Team will ber of teacher uniU.,A teacher, project McMillan; and,placed Surveyor cost at ,the feet on either side of the road ... I ___. "-'* ..,_. .....,.". ... e A. full compliment of around

present the program. unit Is allocated for each 27 concrete and steel to lay the for the walk to &0.. There IS ?, First Berries B50 prisoners will not be
fund are of Col Season's achieved until after the first
REFRESHMENTSPUBLIC pupils, however so mile of sidewalk at 5836. room on the east side
,,
on' .a' per foot'walk.MCMUksn of the year according ta
INVITED actually paid now Both the County Commission. ley Road for a five
-- pupil 'basis, the former schoolman School: Board and City said but not on the Lswtey strawberry! grower Doyle berry market for about threw weeks.. Brown, because Gov. Claude

This Space! Contributed explains. __ ,Council members present indicated west aide without obtaining Starling exlillilts the first fruit of the Starling says he expects> | the warm Kirk has' asked that certain
The Oxnnth ion's, proposal their boards are shortof easements from property weather tu furry the berries. tow far, funds be held In reserve for
Publicize lw picked
Weekly to 10 quart
'Would IttflH season the time being. The delay result
to spend $600 per pupil .easn. Final decision, after owners slung and that some berries will bfroen.
Community Event by mean a'eood deal more more than an hour's discussion County Commissioner Zedra from, his 211 .acres. Thuntduy. flee 7. Last season almost. identical after the state 'budgetwas
The Community money,'. Morgan cays at least at City Hall, saw the Hamilton first told the committee Hurling attribute. the early fruit tn cut In an economy move.
has no 1 Is. having condition elated l and the tarry crop Brown said that all contracf-:
$150: sibove what I. being spent group .agreeto obtain actual the Commission the warm weather the county
.State Bank county's) 25 per cent leaving cost figures" to present to the cash but he later told& Councilman andwhich mont rcuklmit wi' "IIJO'wall hit by hard. freeze: after pro- ural work has been completed

Insured A 10 mill limit would be three full boards. Nell Tucker to find ing. however. are durtlun hud b >gun.. It donurfed most ,and that the second phase of
Account now Berry grower
the counties under out the actual cost determine reached full construction wtUoh Includes a
Imposed on bushes HO they never pr
a\llle'of state ,law the hold the
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Be to
to $15.000 by school wishing for cooler weather Is under
op the Commission's proposal anda what the city and hospital now way.
ductlou.
FwtamI Deposit IAMT- county could go that high School that Board footage can which pay for Is only on- board will do then the\ .Com- f berriwt back until Starch when tide Convict labor' la ,being .abed, .

ace Corp. U the entire 10 mills Is area usually to* clear sailing ta the
evtn !burl]
the school. property to County\ Continued[ on Pact .



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TlllTRSnAY.! DEC 11 11)67)
.!Section! 1 Pace Two BRADFORD COUNTY TEI-EORAPn. STARKE,_FLORIDA

were re I Commissioner Doyle Conner, on Tuesday, Dec. 12. We received ery. Two red candles Elaine Fog.Mr .
New Area fOes Dedicated and former State Senator cookies, cakes, and placed on the sides ot tM,(enMfWWWwi; modeling the blue cult she
Charley R. Johns. punch for refreshments, made bowl In the corner JJ %*te had made, and Maine Murray -
Several of the speakers gave by ,the girls of ,the Home Economics room 'was a rui4WW<*bI5 modeling iher granny
former Sen. Johns credit for Department/ holding j_c4 qHpy''take! and
to the lltatt. : gown
working for the tfntr' Joloatlon .The fattte Was' decorated UrtA lJlMft jS
) Linda Paterson, reporter
the the
Opening ceremony, eatb
in Bradford County with the'punch) ) bowl in the WSRad, a great time
GLADYS MOOTY played Bradford the High national School anther band, \while die was 4n tte: legisla ,mlddl! .aurpouftded} .!y green and! ,.enjoying the wonderful
Phone 964-7608 ture. Everet't'also made notice
and an. invocation waa1 given
of the fact that ,the Bradford:
..4 sat h.' .++. by Father Edward, A. Kirby'
Mr. and Mrs.. Donald Cooper Richard Wattwrtght.' Jane County Development!' (Authority, o
-I i of St. Edwards Catholic -
and :family of Cocoa were Adams and Bobble Sue .J; r Church. C. C. Anderson, prln- had given been the land deeded) which had 3cEpQa vu.(
to the
visiting! Mr. and Mrs. C. L. dale of FSU will be Bal'ks.1 II'V ;; clpai of RJE High School, led originally
Development Authority by the
Cooper over the weekend. weekend,, for the the audience In a pledge of
.!Major and Mrs. V. J. Spen- nullin ton's Diamond( e w allgtanoe to the flag. City of Starke, for ire: center.
'Yler and Mr. and! Mrs J. D. Sale Half.Price While
Warren were In Miami over They Last! Everett Introduced: a number Future Homemakers
Sfarke BUFFETSERVED
the weekend to attend the U. Mr. and Mrs. N O. Hazen of guests, Including ENJOY OUR
Carl Hurst Christmas
Mayor Bradford PartyThe I
of F.-Miami same. of Brooker and Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews Ned Slngletary of Crystal County Commission Chairman .
Dav* Shuford Bradford De. Future Homemakers of DAILY
and daughter, Carolyn, were Lake were Sunday visitors of I '
visiting In Madison on Sunday Mr. and Mrs E. W. Hayes. '" velopnfimt Authority President America Chapter of Starke 1111 :_ 11 1t''
afternoon.C. Mrs. Bill Molar and; 'childrenof Clyde TerwUlegar, Agriculture .was given a Christmas partyJeanie's t.

L. Cooper visited) his Panama City were visiting it I III ,t I

brother, James Cooper, In her parents Mr. and Mrs. H.r The new $102,400: Area Civil Defense Emergency Oprta-1' i' ;Lunch Buffet I.j;: I Dinner Buffet

Chdefland Wednesday.on Tuesday and A.Monday.Lawson from Wednesday to! liana. Center on Edward.. Road stands. In the background ,11:00: ,..a.m. .to _2:00: p.m.v: 11' 5:00: p.m.' to 9pO: > p.m.

Mr. and Mrs. George W., Mrs. Clyde B. TerwUlegarSr. on Rep. Gene Shaw delivers the keynote addrrmi.at the dedication I,

:Brown spent the weekend I and sister, Mrs. Mary Of the building lust. Thursday, Dec, 7, '$i 25I 1.45
with their daughter, Mrs.' Stone Nolan of St. Petersburg Florist v .
Norman Rlgdon and family In Beach were visiting Mr. and -. -- ., ., I .-.,

Mandarin. Mrs. Terwillegar Jr on Thursday 411 S. WALNUT gWfc* a ttl
: :Mr. and: Mrs. Harold Bran 'of last week. ;!t: ,.4.C: ; ,'
ham were visiting Mrs. Thomas Mr. ''and Mrs. J. D. Odom ,. TWO HOT ENTREES
Coon. in the Green Cove 'Sr. of Lake City were visiting ill Christmas Arrangements For
Springs Hospital last Friday Mr. and Mrs. Odom Jr. for *'1I\r!\ VEGETABLES
nl 'ht. several l days. ..",.....,.,........- TWO
Mrs. George B. Edwards has Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Red- : :i4 io.'", All OccasionsHOME
.returned'' to her home In Jamestown dish, Mr. and Mrs. Richard -". '- ASSORTED SALADS
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N. Y. alter. a months Carter, and Mr and Mrs. --- DECORATIONS: CORSAGES;
Malt with her sister Mrs. E Mansell Ayer and families I: ,;ROLLS BUTTER TEA COFFEE
I* Crawford.Pvt. spent Sunday at Cedar Key,
E3| Jimmy Dowllng Sgt Craig HamIlton', 'who All Kinds ,of Arrangements; :For The
transferred last Friday from has been stationed In Ger- ,
Fort Bennins' to Fort Holl- many the past two and half Cemetery I
bird. Md. years, arrived home Wednes- I Curtis Edwards, Restaurant Manager
:Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper day for several days visit with :Phone, 964-7704 I .

visited their niece Diane Bar. his parents, Mr. and) Mrs H. I .._ .
ron, In the Alaohua General B. Hamilton, before returningto -
Hospital last Thursday. Germany
State CD Director Col. II. W. Tarklngton, to whom the
(Mrs. Ruby Brlbt and son W. T. Jackson Sr is 1n the
Ray.. of'O ala were weekend Gainesville Medical Center new area ;{CD renteran dedicated. In congratulated by Jack

visitor of Mrs. T. D. Dyal. for several days where he will Sheppard president of the Stale CD "",Jt'lation. Plaque'

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Eaves 'undergo nasal surgery. commemorating the )I. W. Turklngton. Building hangs on
and family attended the National Airs. Bill Costello and Ca- the wall In the entrance to the building1.
Guard Christmas dim dette Scouts Stella Jane Costello -
ner at the Cedar! Hills Arm- Carol Richards, Kelly
ory on Sunday. Richards and Mary Ellen Wa- Civil Defense officials from the continuing, need for emer- t bt
.Mr. and:Mrs. Herbert Thomas ter attended the Menlalc An- allover the state and many gency preparedness during the
and Ben Rowland spent nual Charity Bowl Festival of local dignitaries attendod nuclear age." .
the weekend at the Thomas Bands !In the Gator Bowl last Thursday Ole dedication to Dedicatory address was delivered --
'camp In the 9trub.'DulUnJton's Friday night. Proceeds from State OD Director Col. H. W. ] by State Rep. Eugene
Diamond this event will be used for Tarklngton of the North Flori- Shaw of Starke. Shaw cut? a
Male Half.Price While the construction of a new da Area civil defense area ribbon' opening the doors of : : RRE-CHRISTMAS
They Last I IW&ourt building at Girl Scout Camp emergency operating center. I the new center to visitors.A I Vanity Fair
Wentllnc of Palmyra Chowenwaw near Green Cove The new 1102,400 building brief talk was also ntada
; Pa. Is vlaltlnff his broth- Springs.! has 0,000 square feet and will by Florida Commissioner of
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er-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Rowe and Mrs. serve an area BOC for 18' Agriculture Doyle Conner, a C SPECIALS
:Mrs. Fred Qnaudon.thU. week. J. G. Caldwell attended a counties in northeast Florida I Bradford County native, who .
lira. Alice Anderson wU: Christmas party last Thurs- Col. Tarklngton termed the' attended the dedication. /l I Hand-smocked
spend Tuesday to Sunday in day night at the Ramada Inn. dedication in his honor "a Col. Tarklngton was Introduced detailing
Knoxvllle, Tenn. visiting Mr In Gainesville, given by the great!! emotional experience"and by Bradford County
and Mrs. John F. Burton and Florida Crown Chapter of said "This far transcendsany Chamber of Commerce President : : i! ,pn Sheer-over-Opaque tfyrr'; Keep Him Well-
will attend the wedding:! of NEHA. service I ray have rend- H. H. (Pat) Everett who,
Judy: Barton to Gene Lebo on Mrs. M. F. Brown returned ered 'Co: my beloved Florida." acted as master of ceremonies i $ ,Nylon Tricot; .
Saturday noon. Monday from, a four weeks In a brief talk he outlinedthe Rep. Shaw, In his talk, said, ; Dressed For The
Mrs ..Rosa Phillip Walker Visit with her son-in-law and history of the state civil Tarklngton had earned a
has returned. to her home In daughter. Mr.' and Mrs. Arlel defense organization from its reputation for getting things' L as .Holidays

Lake CIty after. being confinedIn Suarea and family In E. Moline Inception In 1930: when first done and that the naming of, y "' The little girl look, feminine as a
Bradford County Hospital, .' 111.Among. authorized by the Florida Leg the his qF
bullying; )jn bon r was
for several days. home for theholl.days f I e '
those islature. In recognition of his service wink and twice M inviting! Delicately
.Airman Edward H. Jackson are Dural Ragsdale, The Starke area EOC was ,
returned to the Air Force Base. from Florida-Southern.. College I termed by Col. Tarklngton as *,x" +, tinted hand-Smakinb with Mere 1 ,
in San Antonio. Texas on Phyllis Haddock from an Important step In the state's '
Sunday after ten days leave. High Point College Harold disaster preparedness chain. Madison Street'. ;I 4 't i ,and there,a tiny embroidered .i

Clyde: TerwlUegar attended Tyus from North Carolina I It Is one of three newly completed / 1 applique. Yards and yards
th.. funeral: of Thomas IB State College Betsy Matthews area CD centers in the' Juniors To Carol I
Pierce In Spartanburg, S. C. from Andrew College, and state. of luxurious matching ,
Tuesday. Dave Long from FSU. The Florida Department of The Madison Street Baptist]I r 4} 1
Mrs W B. Mundy and Mrs. Local admittances to Brad- Civil Defense made the dedication -i Church Junior Department. 1) 1 .,tr- tinted nylon lace edgings. j
under Mrs. A. A. Pratt and,
Guy Sale were In Tallahassee ford County Hospital this In honor of Col. Tar-
Ice White Pink Parfait
oVer the weekend where Mrs\ week Include:: John Lee of kington's "service to the citizens Mrs. David Lawson. will ''IJOI I ,
:Mundy; visited her daughter Melrose James R. Cain of caroling on Thursday night; '' x
; of the State of Florida t Blue,Moon, Candlcglow.Sies 1 1'f a
Dec. 21 |
Miss: Jean Mundy and Mrs Graham; Cynthia WhItehead t
in developing a nonmilitary
'Sale Visited Mr. Sale._ of Lake Butler: Curtis Melvin capability to minimize the The group will meet at the S. AL I*
church at 7 and will, !
p. m. return -
of Brooker i Mrs. Grace Mae l 1
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lose of life and property resUlting -
SERVICE SCHEDULEST.
to the church after th., y
EDWARD'S CHURCH Harley of Lawitey; Stephen from a natural or man- .
caroling for refreshments.PYF
Btarke. Perry of Melrose; Joel Roberts made disaster." j II
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and Nealle Rich of Keystone Area EOC officials here -
Sunday Thursday Mass. 8:30: p. m. Arthur Masters Sonja Hughes Its dedication "to emphasize Enjoy Hayride
Miraculous Medal NovenaSaturday. : Mrs. Sheila Carroll, Mar- ] :

7 p. m. vin Lawson Edgar Lewis, Mrs. .
Members the
of Presbyter
Mr, and Mrs. J. C. Vlnlng ,
Confessions: .5. p. m. and 7 Audrey Kite, Betty Oriffls Ian Youth Fellowship enjoyeda LADIESand
William Blackburn, James and children of Palatka were 1
pm.; afternoon visitors of hayride last Friday night", .
Faulkner, Mrs. Lillian Robinson Sunday I 44
-8'1' WTLLTAMIS CHUiRCH I
ending at the T. A. Yawn'
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng. r
and Hiram Norman, all
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Keystone Heights.Sunday
home for a hamburger cook-I
Mrs J. R. Weldon of Jacksonville -
Mass: 0 a. m. of Starke. is confined to st.Luke' out. Accompanying' the group, >MENS
Wednesday: Mass and No- Oren Reddish of RaLford. and assisting In serving were
Hospital with pneu- 1
... vena, 7 p. m. brother of Sheriff P. D. Reddish monia. Mr And Mrs. R. O. Paterson' LONDONFOG s k MENS SUITS
-sT. MABVTS CHURCH Is confined in the Lake Pvt. Gene Pass' of Ft Mc 'Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jackson., '' .

Maoclenny.! Butler (hospital! with emphysema. Clelland, Ala. will arrive home Mrs. T. A. Yawn, and Mrs. W. BY STYLE MART
Sunday Mass: : 11:30: a. m. T. Jackson Sr.
Friday for the holidays. I


I. I HerlBrantleyMrs. I Y. 'IN.F From ,$$3995

V. F. Manning of _
Sbarke announces the approaching C
FLOWERS marriage; of her I IT'S NEW -

., granddaughter Miss Joann' FREE .. IT'S EXCITINGSPORTSWEAR
Her!, to James Brantley' MONOGRAMMING\ ; 1

STAKKE PLAZA Lake City. .
- Miss hen graduated from FARAH JACKETS ;

Bradford High School In 1965. -
The weeding will take'placeon BY
CASUALSLACKS
: December 24 in the Churchof 19.00
HAS ANew
I God, DuPont, Ga. 1 J Complete Selection b
:FOR ANY AGE Also:the .London Fog Strawberry

]Recent Births Look in All Weather MENS

,,2 to. 7 8 to 20 .Coats in pastels ,and PAJAMAS
yrs.
Full Time Designer Rev. and Mrs: Troy. M. Navy. Jr. and Misses. Patch
Johnson of Adel. Ga., formerly -, .
of the Hellbronn Baptist. Youths t-- Young $ 99 .
I Church announce the birthof 'Men _'Dad and COATS UP ,
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. 1 a grandson Troy William' 'The' Executive '

JEAN PLUMMER on Dec. 10 at the Jacksonville I Senior CUbeD $20.00
Naval Air Station. The baby Two Collections Of
Is the son of PFC and Mrs. a
Formerly of Jacksonville I Gary Johnson. Pvt. Johnson Is I I. Prleea Free. ,Monogramming! Newly Designed}'

II serving In the armed forces In' 14 Reasonable "Co-ordinated. .

V j I Germany and his wife Is stayJ Ladies Robes'
lag with Rev. and "Mis. John .
: ',_.Comfort -
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in Sportswear
in Adel. .
Specializing
son .
JThetliest&. ,Make\ a Perfect
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rU&. Nylon I quilted
I '''TilE BRADFORD ., r. .'''Iron' !:;__ in Solid, Colors and For the .New,

. All Your Floral 'NeedsI 'I COUNTY TELEGRAPH a..Forget.. It!, I assorted WaterColor Yonn; Look), _

Published every Thursdayat Paints .., Select ,
',' ;.. Junior'I Sizes
138 W. Call St., from a> Complete >> I Only I

I Starke. Fla. 32001 :.j BEAGLE'S; y : Stock. Jackets Pants

Nancy 'and George Roberts Invite' You Second- class portage paid ? o I :CONPLITE; $10.00..and Shirts? Tops .
at Stark, Fla. up A NEW FIRST

To Come In And Meet Jean, : Subscription! ,Rat**: ': .. :STOCK. VV ._ and ,Shifts AT EAGLE'S

.. In trade treat |..00 p.r' i .
And Wish You I : ;year; $2.23 six months..
Give a:Gift i With That; Extra Special 'Giye Him :'
Outside trad*! area: ".ISf) a Monogrammed Arrow
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per ;year; U." six months \ I
A Merry Christmas ( Personal ',Look ,With a :Monogram. or Van
E. L. :Matthews ditor endpuUtahar J \\Hcuscn Styrt.; .

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THURSDAY DEC.; 14 '1JMJT BRADFORD COtHTTT -.r........... 'T.O"..". 120Rfl1K feiortlnn f = Data Three


Shower Given St. Mark's Women Monday night at the regular the prayer, after which the I&O'2j' !Ck O*&!< *i >*fa*{ i

Eagle EmployeesHave Cadettes Plan meeting the Women of St guests were Invited into the I je r

Yule Party Holiday EventsAt For Mis Fowler Plan Yule Party Mark's Episcopal' Church at dining room where refreshments -if There I h No |
Night For Children their residence on N. Walnut were served. The table .
Monday
r Employees of Ragle's Inc. their last meeting on. Street. was overlaid with a red cloth

and their husbands.and wives Tuesday, Dec. II, eligjht Cadette i Mlas NonnA. Jean Fowler Mrs. O. L BeaKiey and Mrs Mrs. Kenneth adder pre and centered with an antique; I Substitutefor -
'f(' .r' enjoyed holiday dinner Scouts. contributed to a box of brlde eleot, nna.ncel'.or Danny J. W. Kincaid were hostesses sided' and Mrs. Herbert Thomas silver fruit! bowl tilted, with 3 Ytti
party. ,,at',(-he home of Mr. and personal Vtema prepared: for RusseH' Ba4'rett.was honored rave' the devotional. Mrs red carnations and flanked on ,
GLADYS MOOTY Mrs, ;JBJdwtn t Williams on Wedpesday shipment. to South, Vietnam. at a lingerie shower Monday I Order announced the annual either side with three branched ,
Phone ,, .night of last week. Plans were also made for participation -. ntIit given by Mra. W, B. and leather leaf fern In a low meeting- of the Diocese of candelabra. holding burning ,
9647603Mr. Arrangements of red.. green ill the Christmas ,Mundy, Mra. I* F. Dlnklns oiystal bowl flanked by tall Florida to be held In Pen- red tapers. Mrs. rider nerved INTEGRITYCRAI'TS
and white' roses and pompoms Parade and for an' evening of Mrs. J. E. Hardy, 'Mr. E. D. yellow tapers In silver candleholders sacola, Jan. -2T.t. St.. punch from, a silver bowl Ie qIe
w reu uaed'>*>> the party-rooms. 'aarodUnc during, the ,hoUday TBnly and' Mrs. A. Russell A sliver punch bowl Ota''Jtopher's Church. which was placed at one end
,, graced one end. of the table of the table. All other appointments '
:The dlRlne tables were caver l eason. Norman Bit the home of the Mrs George Winkler gavea >>
: ed,with\( red: green and whit Entries; were received for latter on East Call street and sliver trays held fruit report on the Christmas were of silver. ,
,,llnerialothe and the place at.? the Cook cover Art Contest Christmas arangements were cake, sweets and cheese wade Party for all members of the Christmas decorations were '
,tingsweip/ ot, crystal,china which will be judged before used In the living, room. The ers. church and their children to used throughout the home for | MANS IP ;J
And silver. the next meeting. mantel 'In, the''' Florida room Miss Fowler opened her be held at the Pariah House the occasion. ,
li u 1 i 8e .The seven foot Clh.r1&tm&8tr"o Sateeta Hall was ,honored as was graced with a large ar- many gifts while Mrs. James Monday night, Dec. 18, at 6 | ANDl'' ;'
; beautifully decorate. Scout of the Week.Thenext.meeting. rtngemen> of red polnsettlas.. V Crosby made a wedding o'clock. {{
t, yf" a ,. WM surrounded by gift tha. date arid. ,The refreshment table. was bouquet from the lovely satin! !Mrs. R. E. :MacBtaJn wlU be THE RIGHT !POINT for the ; :
warn. exchanged by the employeea time have been changed. and covered( with an imported cut- ribbons. The hostesses presented f In charge of altar for Janu the way: yon write Come In SERVICE
,, Mrs. Eleanor Kelley,, will be! announced ,,later work linen cloUh.: Centeringthe Miss Fowler and her .
and select favorite E8
'yi'lY' jiuuiagerMOf. the ladles depart- table was an arrangementof sister. Miss Joanna Fowler ary.At the close of the business :your << }}

merit. was. presented with a Mrs. Nollman ;yellow chrysanthemums, with lovely camellia corsages meeting Rev. ]MacBlaln gave TELEGRAPH TERBROOK fountain pen. G Thin i Is The- '
sterling silver engraved charm
bl'Melet.tRay: ;| Stone, manage .Entertains Circle I! Root Ra nn ol
n JLJCOI jrveciaiMiff
of.; Che-.men'. department was u-
,presented,, with. two portable I Mrs.: w; H. Nollman was For Trading ,la,
h 1 .boat. ; seats, -from the employ hostess to Methodist Circle\ STARKE PLAZA ti.If ,
.... 'n'2Backgt'amd Two at. a Christmas party AT
r Christmas mu and program Tuesday after.

I aiqwae.enloYed,,,(evening. throughouthe noon.A festive halMay'motif: was If fWooilliurn'sfGEM b i iI'

i' ', carried out >in the party decorations rl ;
'Pickering Home throughout. the '>?ome. f ft
' 'The' refreshment table, Wall t Ir I
a 'Scene Of Party covered with an !imported t */ ;|, -

hand made cloth and centered
7/ .Mrs.: L. N. Pickering gave a with, a Christmas arrangement l fK '
binttudlay party for Mr. Pick in a Dresden china: bowl with JEWELRY f
'.ring Saturday evening,, at red candlea.Christmas. ) )}
I' their home) on ,,Red rftv< carola and refreshments NYLON-PRINT: o 109
E. CALL ST.
r ,by o
Street. I were enjoyed
I The refreshment table! was. the group during the party '' LADIES' DRESSY BLOUSES I Q i; if

covered, with a outwork cloth hours. Quilted ,,
and centered wlfih a Christmas I WATCHESELGIN
J t r fit. 0 9 Big Holiday collision of pretty S >
arrangement flanked bY Methodist Church < bloum In
f a large .election oftylet
white tapers In crystal hoM. ,n a/ i'2 end fabric. Alwaya a well ,

era. Mrs. H. M, Hatcher''' Jr.. Christmas Cantata Robes, -' .V1ii" r received priced at pinand Carp, Sun, truly 32.38.valu. {{ !1}
presided at the coffee service,. l Y
Mrs. W. A. Hogan poured 'A Chr1stt l.as'cantata "The ; '
C99kJ other blouses and shirts from $1.90
.. punch and Mrs: Paul Ray Glorious Message," by Krieger ,;$ a BDLOVA J
mond cut the birthday cake. will be presented by the chancel ,
; Twelve couples enjoyed the choir: Sunday night. Dec. I
r occasion with. the PkkeringaConntlrSiddall : 17. at 7:30: pi, m. in. the First /' f CROTON
the 100% nylon chiffon prlht r :
under >> :
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Church.
-- ,I Ij Methodist ) beautifully, styled with 3 way ,
direction of the choir director belt Can be' worn with full belt, e r I I '
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_. _. Miss Louise Stern.Accompanists half belt or without. Polyettar a' BOREL
J j filled, for warmth In i Dink> or r } )}
will be Mrs.L. i
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Mr. and Mrs. WUton C. blue aliat 1018. > ,
And Mrs. A. W. ,Brown Conner announce the ena-are-I J., keen organist and t tI -- FROM '
I merUof thefrdaug hter., Mrs. C- E. HernwallMj pianist. I ,
Other styles x.
Observe 50th Wedding Anniversary ne Robena, to Alvin Anthony Soloists for, the cantata will .\ i t /
SI.ddaU.BOn of Mr., and\ Mrs.WIU1am be Miss Stern, Thomas Stephens }from $3.99 to $9.99 7 ee $1395II
Mr. and) Mrs. A. W. Brown gold roses. At each end of the R. Sktdall of Miami and pro John,Harris. ,, '" t 1 << '
Were honored at a reception r table were punch bowls encir Theweddingwill be an r + r e I Gn
"on Sunday Nov. 19. on'' thetr ,cled with"greenery,, and flanking event of.January. 6 atu-4 p..min Surprise Party \\ 4 i '1 Only a-t; Gem JewelryYou i/
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50th wedding anniversary at the cake were,told annl- ,,ther Pin. Level .Baptist '. t t p it I Ir Get Credit at No 'l
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their'. home. "versary candles. Over the Church. For Mrs. Casey r )It lI Interest Or Carrying )
In the living room was a table hung a white and. gold All friends and relatives\ are 1 1 'LADIES' ACRYLIQ jCharge., Open a Credit I
Debbie
gold,flower arrangement. The wedding bell. invited to attend,. Misses Fran and t r J? Account> and ItecelveVKRK 'afi:
refreshment table was covered Punch and cake were servedto Casey gave a surprise(birthdayparty ; '
with a white lace: cloth the guests ,between the Saturday night!: for their ,.B I Sweaters I i ; n : GUt from Your f}(
over gold and centered witha hours three and five o'clock. Party Planned mother Mrs. Detbert trawl -I u y ;, fif Jeweler. ln l\\ ,

three-tiered white cake with For' BHS SeniorsThe at their. home( on Orange "" i; DI I
Street. \ f 25 f offFISHNET our reg. IJ' Hand, loomed In : choice fully fatnlomxicardigana of ttylet. $8.99 r$6990 I I

Bridal Shower Parent Youth Association The refreshment. table was prlc'I Completely washable. In white. or valual, i<< SPEIDEL "ft
kard- Whitehead ,
will sponaor a party for covered with a lace cloth and fashion pntel. alzei 34 40. \ pA' I

The wedding of Miss Eugenia For Linda Lee the High-senior School class December of Bradford 28 at centered birthday with cake a with flour-tiered(. white ; << Watchbands j '

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Etaard, daughter 1
MLss(\ Linda; Lee bride-elect, the Starke Golf and Country polnsettlas at ,the base. Over '''
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Mr. and Mrs James Ekard ol PETITES JUNIORS Itl. J. B.
II was honored) at a. bridal shower Club. \ L the table were yellow and blue HOSE ; ; j jth. ? I
'Starke. to.Aind.rew WlUlaar, font Saturday nkgihtv given Time of the party and other I Streamers Atruftg ,from the ,' C MISSES-HALF SIZEs'3 ''r '' ''l .+ Watchbands *'
and
Whitehead' of Mr.
son 67
by Mrs. Warren. Winkler and details. will be. announced next' ceiling. ," for the ,dF ,W f1
Mrs. William F. Whitehead daughter Denise, at taheii week. .,..,_, Mrs. J B. Bakken' assisted 1 nS'at heart.: .. l s. DRESSESKnitsJerseys i o ii,
will take
of Jacksonville placeon
home Pratt Street. >In serving the 20 gueete. the faahfon ,
on 1 t
at 4 In the 3 81tn 8.9%, PIERCED"
Sunday m.
p. "
The Christmas theme was 'i. I LADIES' ,
Mr Mrs. Woods ,,
J 89c ,
First Methodist,Church with :, our reg. \ !
used in decoraWtxte'Thetable Break '
party Coffee
a reception following. >In .Fellowship waa'covered with a-red To Observe 50th 'j I FUR TOP EARRINGS J I}

All friends Hallj'!! and relatives of Unen gold cloth centerpiece and centered.flanked witha by Mr. and Mrs John S Set; ,At HospitalThe : ";;\l r Crepes Melallics 'I;; SLIP-SLIPPER K ,

the couple are Invited' to. attend red taper in brass holders.Games Woods will observe their. Golden Bradford County Hospital / 'd $10.99 :$ 99 Comfortable and Warm P Large Selection iJ
were played during Wedding Anniversary onSunday Auxiliary will honor the +j'' 8 with matching plu trim r ,
I 2 to IIIp. hospital personnel at. a Christmas values around the top. Match $ 99 ''I <<
the party hours and prizes Dec. 17, from > ;}
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Friday, .SHOULDER / with any robe or gown 1
High School PTA awarded to the winners.' m. at 418 N. Water Street. coffee break on S'1 -cornea In pink bone. + Ear 1
Among the 25 guests were All friends and relatives are Dec. 15, from 8 .. m to 8 p. ... Perfect for glftt or your own said blue.white or Wac: ,
To Meet Tuesday I I BAGS Holiday, dreta Many style Suee" 1110.
m. in the staff dining room. up. ,
Mrs. Truby Lee, mother of the I invited.MelsonLodge in eaaual to dons fabrics.,
honoree and Mrs. !Marion Complete .,..range from pee -... Girl's dra 83y '

Blrls The tumbling Bradford teant High will'School high Present -' Payne groom-elect.mother of the bride Ceeler-TllorntonMra. $2.99 10 499 other tltee to dresses heir' .u a. from $tf.99\ In pink or blue Piercing i Ii|},

school a PTA program meeting at the Tuesday Assisting In serving were Mra. Lola Lyon and. HerbertA. Evelyn Smith of Wau-. targe. election at etylai end Service 4 IiNGRAvFct
In the Mra. P. T. Nolln and Anne Nelson were united .in chula announces the engage- eliea 'In vinyl. and leethen.f. ,
Dec. 19.at 7:30 m.
: p. Alto full lelectlon' of
a
I Terwillegar. marriage on Nov. 20 !in the Went of her daughter, Sheila (treatyetylea
auditorium. f. In' thla price range PEIGNOR SETS FULL SLIPS
the Keeler to Henry Frank F
Refreshments will be servedIn The hostesses presented First Methodist Church with Vlary .
the auditorium foyer preceding honoree with a personal gift Rev.:"V, J. Ragsdale perform rhornton Jr., son of Mr. and Nationally.dvartlied' two.piece Nyloni' and Dacron no Iron' J!
CHARGE IT 99 fabrlce In choice of. atylet. All I
as a memento of the occasion. ing the nuptials.The Sirs. Henry Frank Thornton .t. Sheer nylon lounge coat $ ,
the program and a over acetate tricot shin gown with front shadow penele. lace$299 I
short business meeting will be couple Is residing In of Starke. AT CARPS 1..llhlyt'mmad' In nylon Lea '. trimediwteblehouldergnpe.Red '
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Alia tellored .ty. Regular
UDC LuncheonAt Heights black and pastels 8 M L SERVICE
held following the program. I Keystone: extra larf, etree. .
All members and guests are I .. ---'
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cordially. Invited. to attend. Holiday PERMANENT PRESS GIFT BOXED .

I I Members of W. T. Weeks MEN'S LONG SLEEVE ---" r d, {{ Prince and

Garden Club Plans I Chapter UDC. met at the TOfP1El'SETSt ( \
Holiday Inn Wednesday of Hours Sh1rtS'a R- PrincessGardner
Christmas Party I last week for-their December 'T + Regular. -Sport .' ,.' << lU

meeting and luncheon. 1.99 to 2.99
The storks Garden Club "
tables were decorated 6:30-9 A.M,1 99 99 Leather
will meet' Monday, Dec. 18, at -The dining with holly and red : :3Q 2', and i$3- d' Beautiful' patterns florals end novnNlvIINe WI
7:30: p: m. at the home of "Hl* Hexa." 3 I and 4 place sets, 0 Goods I llVis
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Mrs1.: A. RiMsell! Norman for a I berries carrying out the )1 + i w, Y./.r d I 1 ::ldn.:I :bir' boxed for impressive gift i
P.M. tftI
Chrtetmas and regular Ohrlstmas motif. At each "'1", 5-10 ; 1 1i Woven Plaids-Solids fccrtacrt l cstcjssT fI
party place setting was a Christmaspoem Stripes TaH.rsalls ''RI// ..". ..
meeting. :-
Man J. D. Doyle wUl present placed by h1stDrtan'j r' Huge telectlon/ to. cult wary men on i r PEARLSiJ
.a program on CameWas.FowlerBarrett Mrs. W H. ,Entire'Dining Room open by reservation between your lltt Regular end'Ivy styled, 1! I r I I.a I.
.,
iature boxes of. : and tapered end ,1.. In ej wide choice I / I << ;J.
afternoons) ;
>In red green( and\ white a. gift the- hours of 1 to" ( of colon SXU ., r when in :

from the president, Mrs. Lester 1030"tlll/ := at night. Book your club dinners ,"' Large Selection\\.

The wedding of Norma Jean Ciews. office parties, or birthday parties in advance., ''PERMANENT PRESS\4 !' I doabt..e F ( pMEN'S d,

Fowler and Dan Russell Bar- Confederate A report on Marker the' was proposed given SLACKSOPEN;I' li4( ,E CE C I'KHon?
Wear deted Atnl.npuerlnted
rett wUl be an event of Friday by Mrs. J. W.. Kincaid. A generous -I, TO-RENA RESTAURANTu.s for 1 y.er. $ 99',, I I n/ve' t/- !I
Dec 19, Mot 7:30: p. Ml.'at check: toward the ex-I Pleln.. frenb'.3 eo I q. :tI .
the home of the bride-''ect, pense of the marker was presented -. North gtartte'{ choices sue 30.42. CHENILLE P5 :. .: WANNON: ,- I RINGS I I ,
301: I :
-.rd:s W. Call Street with 'a reception by Mrs.-J. E. Wilaon on I tf ,
Immediately following1 behalf of the Weeks tam11y.I iii t r Roypl 1 Fanil Iy! rfil C _
Boys' Shirts .N' -
I Sport >< ; F
the ceremony at the same sd- Nineteen, members enjoyed> r S4S2PR9EAD ': t qw ELS c. :

dress. I I this occasion. -I $1 1992.99' 1 jtt \ '.L9s. i C I.D.'s Tie Sets ,
IInt''J! j8a\h'
full u,... ,; .
Plelds/ Met ... tanersalfe, soMe rayon. tufted chenille j..: PendantsBracelets {t
'FRIDAY EC-I'--6: tM. TO g"PM.I In authentic Ivy, style. AH perrne- '1 --- f with r I n I.c.ful I.. Pr.lhunk bullion ,. .FJ "aleee.anrefd'Ons..lon'e...Cennoh'a IA'ftr.' Cryetehneni liar.able. .. f: ,

,, 4 ,._ ::1 : ;" I j i, press. Sues alb : ;'. machine wnh... ,,1nelckd.tewM,.,.....bl .. :: p Neck Sets ,t,0 \.




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Carp and employee would like to chow.their appreciation and nay th.kll fop ;
U the time' of the year ,
being *o nice and shopping with u* throughout. tke) 'year. ,We want' to help, 'make thin a happy and Joyful CHRISTMASr Wl iS o i j : i I

ChrUtma. for all of 'you. Friday nlgtif itartlnif at fhOO p.m. and until 8:00 p.m. we are Inviting you to shop ,

oar (tor* full of quality service and low.price*' In addition we are offering tar tllMe' th.houn+ a. 10"%," cut ..| K- INhere I

on any purchanes.::Come> shop with tut sad: .If.you're not ,through by nine o'clock/ ,well stay till .you get through.Ve Your P.rl. | i

to.en'op"ln Ir4.ure. We-will have hot coffee: do-nutav candy, coca cola.for. refreshment for, the ...ran 2', chase i Can Be I >ff
hopper want during you ;thU. period' ., BOO: p.nt.1 tUI 8:".' ,We will hav*:a.'Ira-wing for axlA-lbviturkey, ,to .be at 9OOp.ni. OPEN 'TILl. 8:00: P.M. EVERY NIGHT \}I RELIABLY I. 1I r

; to hopper during. thW le" oft ..... ,ReraeoobCr, 1 oljht'mtyi. >M) to ..;jMm.JTrtday. Dee. 14th. 01 II. SERVICED ? 'JFI ,
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ExBradfordMan Mayor's CourtMayor : J' .w.i" ; M4'JH ;:' r Faster Mailing 1

Jurrtoe ,'f CHOOLa Carl Hurst disposedof ,. ;,r. ]
*
Urged ByPostmaster
( I / .
8 cases in Starke Mayor'eCourt I. .
ChargedContinued a Tueeday.ntght' Dec. 12: H ,I' ,J ;

Willie O'Neal voluntary In- .
forfeited bond of
toxication.
=',." I '
( From Page One I $37.80. i' Postmaster T C. Hazen said
d Eugene O'Neal, voluntary i1. i today that the peak nailing
her for $10.000 ransom. intoxication, forfeited bond : period before Christmas la
When the girt failed to return of $3750 I _ Just around the corner, and
home from school Jerome Rollins, petty theft, ta faster mailing is necessary to
Thursday], therewe a a sentenced to 15 days in Jail. avoid a last-minute log-Jam
hearth of the! area by toe Du-\ George W. Robinson, voluntary of undelivered Christmas. .
val county. patrol and sher fl's intoxication, fined +' cards and ,packages..
4r
mounted po.'IIIe."Nl.llfh.bors 3750. d'a' "The mailing problem Is
said they had Stanley S Hatcher, charged > : complicated this year because

seen a car parked In the area with Indecent exposure, ca.uaIrw Christmas falls on Monday,
before the girl disappeared. I an accident, driving with and holiday mall schedules:
"When tilt put the I license, and driving
gunman out a will prevail' on Christmas eve
girl out near a relative's w white drinking, sentenced to [Sunday]! Hagen said.
house,he told her that he was a total of 47 days in Jail. This means that all regular
going to a motel to get some;: i' ,Joe Coleman voluntary Intoxication I mall must arrive at the post
sleep and threatened to kill I sentenced to five office of destination early
her If she told anyone what' days in ja.1Jl.Freddie Saturday morning, two daySbefore

had happened:' 'I D. Wilkinson, driving Christmas to be delivered .
Besides the 1951 attemptedrape while drinking, driving in. time for Christmas.

charge in Bradford coun-I I without a license, and wilful w ww The postmaster polr.tea. out
ty, Harris was and wanton reckless driving that after Saturday, Dec. 23,
two years In the State Prison I forfeited bonds totaling only perishable items ai>4

charge from Alachua in 1958 $157. 0.Charlie. special delivery packages' will
on a larceny of an auto Vale, voluntary Intoxication r be delivered on Christmas Eve

and was sentenced to a second forfeited bond of and Christmas Day He re*
term of six months to five $2750. i f

years on a larceny of auto caning I ] I
charge from Bay County In A,Plit4 FHA Members the last full weekend for
1960 according: to the Records C. mailing Christmas packagesand

Section at the prison Attend DistrictThe Lm cards.: "I fear that some
He was also charged with ? people have forgotten' this
four cases of forgery and ut- Future Homemakers of = fact," he said.
Wring a forgery In Bradford America Chapter, of Starke, n. ,.. Because of the last weekend"
County in 1957 and was placedon attended the District Four r f g this year Postmaster Hazen

probation for three yearsIn meeting in Macclenny last said it Is
more important than
each case. N1'4' e Saturday. ever that Christmas mailing:

The nrlson Also reported __..... ,_., __k_ .. Gibson Those, Mrs attending Waldmire were, Elaine Mrs. be done immediately to Insure
delivery before December 25.
New Schools Hold Open HousesA Murray,. Kay Norman' Linda
Paterson, Joan Whitehead' it
.
Olenda Alvarez Elaine Foster, -- -
12 Fides good number of Bradford:citizens at Brnokrr and are Known above with Mary Lou Cooper. and. Lynn WANTED

attended open houses. at the new Principal V. R. Ferguson I, Greene. A Treasure Chest of Christmas GiftsSample Tart-time Person

Custom Made Brookrr and Hampton schools. Sunday Punch and cookies. are nerved In the Highlights of the program ,
included a film, "Morals And To Rework Old r
For Florida afternoon. The "School' Board and &' upt. round dining room at the Hampton
Living Manners Matter," a play bya of merchamlUe from Starke Bishop arranges the display above. Furniture.QUIGLEY'S.
Get MOM Tom Carey stood In the receiving line School In the picture below. high' school group, presentation merchants that lit. available for ChrlntBurn ,item In tagged with the store's

YOU of candidates. and an mow gifts. are displayed |In the Chamber name so shopper. will know where to
For Your 9 9
I open ceremony. of Commerce window. Secretary Lit find their selection.
that Harris was sentenced to,'' Linda Paterson Reporter MUSEUM
K Js Salaried or Com- six months at hard labor for I New TimberMotion i

.I.MII EmploYHilDAD escape in 1958.Money .
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LIKE&: BRAD TO WORK LARSEN Stymies I Filed u1! find Ad ((11ie: ;Rancher.1 1 : .

YOU Benefit! I Continued! From Page One] d .
it ire the JI .
Sidewalk Deal average of $oJ1. per acre. Last

July Judge Murphree upheld Wefte n. We.\,
AD SIze! on Display assessments! at aa average of -- .

8-19-12 Wide fContlnued l Prom Pats: One] $78 per acre ai. set by Tax Gum

1'/,, Baths Assessor! Gene Long. CARL BEGGS USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned -.
mission would see /what it 'Yawn contends that since! Livestock
and ExpandableeNew
10 different
It $15
you find name the Classified up.
your
could do.Everyone. there has. 'been. no change In among Ads Gulf Service name brands to choose from.
at the meeting assessments since 1965, 'thejudge' come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO Parts & excellent repairs aN Supplies*
and Used agreed the project is needed ruling should I auto- USED PARTS makes. KIRBY SALES A

however. matically apply, to the, years FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive. Top Price for Wreoked |pars SKUVICE' 712 N. :Main, Gainesville -
8-Yr. financing available Representing each board at 190& and '1967.A 24 Hour Wrecker Service 3767110.
the meeting were: School hearing on the motion will Theatre Passes'' 'In.Supplies Uchg

DM Our Rental-Pur Board Supt. Tom CaseY. be held in Gainesville at 10 Fuel Oil -

chase Plan Payment* Board members Art Holiday a.m.. January 18. AAA 8 A: II Green Stamps AT LAST!
I
i HASTINGS
and Seeber Goodman and MATTRESS
Under $50 Per Month\ Maintenance Supt. Bill Grau- c.1JI'.I: ADKATaM & UPHOLSTERY WORKS Bwy. 301 408-1998 NV Waldo A HOME: OWNERS

don; County Commission Mrs. Cocomise ... __ _H h, 710 Lemon tit. FuJatka POLICYFor
Board Members Zedra Hamilton 17.. .. 11 ; ___.1. LACY CONWAY Mobile' Homes
Furniture ( >
Repaired >ntiir
and Buck Norman and 1 ,.. .. I FLYTNO SERVICE
NfJW. alma IC Upholstered & Unfinished That Qualify
Road Foreman R. E. Jones; FLIGHT INSTRU ON. Air-:

City of Starke Councllmen New CC Choice az.pe paid. .ans.,. ....-Y ... [ MATTRESSES REBUILTNew plan.. rentals Greyhound Bust I CALL THE MAN '
-
Nell. Tucker and Gerald Williams Innerspringra Charter. Keep your party together -'I FROM KEYSTONE
Mobile Home Site Streets Supt. S. R. I Continued'From One) MJCMOHIALS.: HJBSOIT TI ,I MASONRYMATERIALS
Page
and Box Springs! charter a bus Phone
AVAILABLE Hicks, and Utilities Supt. Os- a ,.*.!. f.r w.*4 I 964-6090. tfohg-: George E. LaRue
car Davis. Chamlber's annual Program of CARD 'Or THANKS Drop U. A Curd or Call INSURANCE AGENCY

Full Lake Privlleeea A delegation from the City Work forms to be mailed to lie .._. .. .I._ __ _..1 I PALATKA EA 5-9166 INSURANCE I
all members.' Committee to n Haa ..... ..._ lie ..__.. Keystone lIt!'!. 473-4692
Homestead Exempt- of Hampton was also presentto AIRS. PEGGY SIIAIXJUt AT REDUCED RATES Ready Mix Concrete, Our

Financing see If arangements could be revise the'questionnaire is 209 K. Adkliin. St.Agent AUTO, FTRB, BOAT ereto Block, Sand, lUek.OanMOt. .
made to have a sidewalk builtto Wayne Whiffen, chairman SILVER SANDS. Stands, DOYLE R. CONNER FOR RENT Furnished 1
.
Mortar teel. Oytev *
the new school just outsidethe Charles Sawyer and Bud $2.700 to $3.500GATOR'BONE INSURAJ.TCK AGENCY and 2 bedroom apartments.
Mlzell. .,4 8I..U, IJmereok. Red
Lake Geneva town: Commission Ham- 1 tfchg Unfurnished 2 bedroom
ilton suggested the City of house. W. H. Nollman Gravel PrecMt Lintel .o4
NORTON NAMED WOW 1 $3,375 to: $4,275 910
Hampton write State Road FIELD REPRESENTATIVE Myers Power ToolsArea N. Cherry St. tfohg Window tUlle Everythtef
Trailer Sales District EASY TERMS '
Department Engineer
Emmett M.. Norton, of Headquarters For for MtMonry punstruetl,,
J. B. Ward for assistance. See S. E. McKay HENS FOR SALE. B. C. HoK-
Kingsley Lake, has been appointed Lawnmowers Power Tools
OB IUmt. 10O; On. Mil SB zendorf Jr. Edwards Road.It .
local field representative Keystone Height McOilloch Chalo Saw!
Keystone Helfhts' for ,the Woodmen of the 473-4740 473-4133: chg'
or Pump & Water Systems
Sun. & Evening graph brine results.A
Open
classified ad In the Tele-I World. Phone 47S-481S Briggit A! Stratton Rnglne HOUSEKEEPER Wanted -- BradfordEngineering
Rental Rale Service!! $25 a week, :5 day week. L.
I FOR SALE-nBRICK: I 230 NE. 16th Ave. G. Johnson, Rt. 2, Box 136: Co.
I ready .for 'occupancy.: 3 : Gainesville 376-3411 Sfarke, Fla.] itp
I room 1H bath. .jcatcd tfchg Phone Starke
1 I outside of city limits i DOWNTOWN Store Building. I

If't Plnebieeze Easy ) FOR RENT-4 room and bath Good Location.. Only $5,100.00.I 964.5403FOR

t I II terms. Longchamp Comet I TYPEWRITER RENTALS: rurnlshed apartment. Call 964- Terms that beat rent.

Contact Bufo.4 Day, week, or month. -Bradford 6832. tfchg BILL POWELLReal
pone 9646853. P. O. I Estate
County Telegraph. Phone RENT3 bedroom cottage -
238
Starke. 404
W.
Madison '
064-6305.(): tf on Klnsslery; Lake year
'Vernon D. Silcox PUMPSNEW I Phone: Office 864-6464 round. Attractively furnished

I REAL ESTATE AND USEDSALESPARTSSERVICE It chg Fuel oil and gas heat. Mrs. J.
FURNISHED W. Klncaid. :
964-7811. tfohg
i THANK: YOU NOTES-Beau- APARTMENTS BUY- SELLTRADE I I AFTER CHRISTMAS starting ONION. CABBAGE plants.

tifully engraved la gold or !Modern, furnished, BILL POWELL I Deep & Shallow Wells : new classes for our latecomers Hiway 16 to Hlway 229, 4th

I silver $1.25: for box of 25. in I room apul': Available Real Estate<< Water Softeners & Filters I Tap. Ballet; Aero. etc. house on right. Terrell, Hell-
eluding envelopes.' Bradford ately Air-conditioned. Next Expert Service On I Ph. 9641098. tfchg bronn Springs! lip
j I County Telegraph.! tf Brad. High School.. See ltp'I 404 W. Madlwn. St. All Makes I

Frees the resident Phones: Off. 964-6461; ''No. DID YOU KNOW it's easy to
. c411 % 2f TOWN House Apartments for Ph. 964-0289 alter 5:30: Phone 964-7061 603 l'Acre- SWIM AND RE- own a Longchamp Hornet
sale. Small Down Payment. DURRANCE PUMP LAX. pool. 3 bedroommodern
k I Btchff WE BUY used furniture, ap- Better built for Florida liv
$64.00 home. $12,500, good
per month. Contact I AND SUPPLY CO.
Buford Mitchell, Phone 964-f pliances or.anything of value. terms. ing. Your plans or ours.Your
Dahmers Discount House, 9647923. lot or ours. Contact Bu\ -'
No. 592
SECLUDED 20
6853. P. O. Box 238
Starke. Best Tlme.To, I tfchg Till. RIGHT PUINT for the ACRES. 3 miles of Starke. ford Mitchell phone 8846833. -'
I It
chg Off Season Prices I; way you write. Come in Beautiful building site. PIne P. O. Box 238, Stark
f FOR SAiLE or rent 2 bed- I and select your favorite: l ES- and Pecan U''
trees.
New: & Good Used FOR RENT -Unfurnished 3 $5,000.3
TERBROOK fountain .
room house outside pen.
I city limitson down.
day-maynot. I bedroom, house. Easy walking WALKER FEMALE Hound
Your
301 North. Call LawnmowersFIRESTONE No. 606 TO SETTLE ESTATE -
9646739.Itp I distance to shopping area A classified ad In the Telegraph came to my house. Have by
I 7 rentals and home.
I Ph. 984-8403 tfch r brines results. Identifying and paying ad.
: Location, price and farms Robert Dobb, 8 ml. west of
beVHABlTlbut- 1 LOST-.22 automatic rifle at couldn't .be better. Interested -
PECANS Fresh shelled, best WILL BABYSIT In 'my home Starke on Road 100. Up
... quality, $2.00 Ib. Christmas FOB RENT iPurnlahed Keystone dump. If found ,give us a call.STROUT .
Lillian
i l$ 'oOfr"**>.. BtW-wwrf" I I 1' please call Lamar anytime.. ;Knight, 224
Johnson. REALTY
'Adding trees, price tagged from $1.25: bachelor apt. new -
Lafayette
St. Ph. 964-6149. FOR SALE -Petunia Planobetter
a depoefl to a Savings Aocotmt] : to $3.00. Don Champion. 410 Private entrance and : 782-3254; Lawtey. 3tp 12-14 ttp 2117 N. Temple Ave., ,
shrubbery
here every payday can be a wonderfully I I Short Street. tf chg fSO month Renner Apts Starke. Fla. and Camlllias for less.Azaleas Cedars
this McMahone. Phone 9646279.r 1966 FLKETWOOD TRA.ILER.12'x60' ANTIQUES ((904)) 964-6609 for Christmas
habit trees.
jewarding m many ways-as CHRISTMAS trees and annual Sign Painting: Ferguson

I cure spare-cash reserve grows' with every flower plants. Mrs. W. A. I ty, take, 2 bedrooms $200 equi-Call: and Plotorlal Sign Painting of FOR SALE -- Duroo! Sow. 2 Nursery,. Raiford Road. Ph.
'. Stern, Ph. 9645614. Ralph WiseCEDAR 'up payments. any kind., any niz.. Reasonable yrs. old. Approx.: 400 tt)*. $43. 9646227. tfctlC
I deposit you make ewg -, dditiQa, of. ] 2tchgr 12-14 964-6809 4tp 12-15 prices nee us Bicycles trI- Call 9647443. Itp

I[interest we Dh81Cel CHRISTMAS cycles and wagons. Dolls of FOR SALE New
SACRIFICE Titan Mobile for sale.'2'to 5.C. E. FOR SALE: 1963 Volkswagen, all kinds of any .Hize. All at WArFRE:98P19 WANTED: Attractive torch cuttlnf
Coach 1O x 50 ft., large bath Phone 9647698. 3tp- 12 some extras. $73O: Ralph Ma.tln \ .-- giveaway prices. 'i Inch 4xs Dependable. Apply to $50. Call 782-3737.: After

Slut tlfflrns! here resuI rfy N&CT( PAYAAidFLOFUDA] living room 2 BR Florida Phone 964-5842. lip exterior plywood $3.75. 8 ft. John Wood The Branding Iron 7pm., can 782-3200.
windows< Phone 4734178. I, PAINTER. experienced, new: 2x4 Cedar 6OC.for'} tar Mix Restaurant, Starke. Fla. 2fp 12-14

I 4tchg 1-4-68 area' seeks" work. ,Will do i FOR RENT 2, bedroom attractively $1.40 per bag all sew quantity 2tchg 12-21
terior- or exterior;, furnished limited. Electric Appliances.. WAITRESSES needed, also ,
FOR SALE apartment FOR SALE: RCA Stereo-
1966 Motor reasonably. Phone Lawtey part time girl. "'
Cos and Luel oil 'heat N. Toys Clothing Electric Toasters Apply In perfcon. -
on
964-6655 Phonograph. Dual console
: Westmoreland Bike. Phone St. att.r, 500' S. 3864. Walnut St. Call Mrs. J. W. $2.25.: Electric, Irons, Sl*05. model with 6 speaker. and Longhorn Reataurant, 301
5pm. South atarke.
.
Phonograph Record 25c tfchgCHRISTMAS
I 2tpd 12-21 45,. WOODS Oaks, Kincaid, 964-7831. tfchg ench new automatic record changer.
i Toilets Commode, 18. Stoves.
1 oM $75. Call
land Broadua; year 964-6512. Mrs. U K. Horse and Pany
r r A'N r K. :AT .STAHKEMember ; FOR SALE 1966 12 x 60 and up. Water jugs, DOc & FOR Heaters $3 up Brick, $3: hund- Whltehead Itrhg! Sale atUrday Dec. 16 at 1 pjn."
/ SALE Seed
Planter. red. All kinds of stuff. Come
_, ___ Shalimar house frailer and Ph. 964- 096. Come fo buy or sell. Jacksonville .
land outside city limits. Call Planet Jr.. No. 300, $1\: 00.DUiter..R.otaryha.nd out and 'broAvae around. Wa APPROX. 1 Acre land for Livestock Auction. Ph.:
964-S579. Jtp Grady B. Bishop operated buy, sell' and trade anything sale. Well. Septic Tank Shrub- 781-4S77
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. $12.00. Outboard Eng. grand! Old Griffls Trading Post. bery and other plant. 10x12 Itch,

CABBAGE Texas Sweet Onion FOUND Male Christmas present $35.00. Electric 2>4 miles north 'of Starke. on and 6x8 ahed. On man route, DIAMOND Solitaire Ring:

One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group Collard Plants. .Terrell, Hound. State Road 18 In train 32 pc. track5 pc. 3O1. Open 6 days a week 6 2/10 mile to school bus near about. .39 'points, whit gold
lleltbronn' Springs Hwy 229A. County. Call DaNiel Fent train. Table mounted $12.00.Phone a.m.- to 9 p.m. Closed Sunlity., Sampson Lake. Ph. 964- 199. sacrifice $100 cash Also pIa! ,.>

j 14th house on right. itp 964-9791 .day .only.. 96-1-7174. ltp .. 2tp 12-21 -. -' 2tp 12-21 ,pea |30O. Ph. 964-7733.; lip

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_TllURSD-Y DEC 1* 1907 BRADFORD COUNTY TETJCOUAPn. RTAHKB.! : FLORIDA
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Union County Sheriff's Daughter The !Mustang spun around struck a cow on the Sampson ,. ..or r .\,yr, ;". .,, We took a liltle drive, To the story I'Ve told today. THE!: RIGHT POINT for the
\ !
and ditch ,1'1
went Into the traveling Lake Road last Thursday Dec. "" /If'J
Just the other day. And that's when Christmas Is the Way you write. Com.fa
Injured 301 Wreck a distance of 69 feet 7, about 7 p. m. TO see if we could find,
SaturdayA after Impact. The truck traveled Trooper W. E. Sundberg of .t.tT A tree along our way. I over and select your favorite KH
100 feet after Impact and the We throw tree
Florida Highway Patrol We looked for quite a while. our away. TEKBAOOK fountain pot4
1967 Chevrolet struck the Walden Bevan Wadsworth, also went Into the ditch Both reported that Bedding was i About an hour or so
rear of a 1986 Fort Mustangon 42, Hampton electrician and vehicles came to rest In an traveling at a speed too fast I Since everybody wants one
U. S. 301 Saturday night !driver of the truck was charged upright position. for conditions and apparently There kinds scarce you know.
Dec. 9, (hospitalizing the by Florida Highway> Pa- Damage to the rear of the struck a cow in the road, although w, d Then we spotted a lonely
daughter of Union County trolman W. E. Sundberg with Mustang was estimated by no animal was present Cedar
Sheriff John Whitehead and following too closely. The accident Trooper SundJbeng at. $800 and when the trooper arrived at *y Standing. In the cold. Square DanceEVERY
causing a ,total of 1.300 dam- took place near the 301 to the right front of the the scene. No charges were Now It will go to glory,
age to the two vehicles. Drive-In Theatre south of truck at $500. filed. Instead of dying old.

Cynthia Sue Whiteheai, 1$, Starke on U. S, 301 about 9:10p. : The accident occurred 2.3 We took our shiny ax,
Lake Butler was admitted to m. Saturday night. Cow Wrecks Car miles north of Sampson City. And chopped the little tree
the Bradford County Hospital, Both vehicles were traveling down.
her condition described aa sat' north on U. S. 301 when Miss. At Sampson Lake Man InjuredIn Then we put It In the trunk. SATURDAY NIGHT
Isfactory. She was released l Whitehead ,began turn '
a right And tied It 'round and 'round.
Tuesday Dec. 12. A passengerIn into the drive-In theatre. Her Damages to Williams HenryReading's Bus ,. Then' It to 8:00 TILL 2:00
Mishap we brought our
her Mustang!. was not injur- Mustang was struck from the 1963 Corvalr totaled I -- ".........- r T home
I $75 after he apparently/
ed. rear by Wadsworth's truck Dimes Drive Director Ana:, started to decorate. MUSIC BY
A migrant laborer Named
was seriously -
I Then before too very long
injured Dec. I MELODY
Saturday. We had It looking great. DRIFTERS
'
9, when the bus In which he
Bradford High Principal Jim Temple, center, hut been First we strung the lights, >;
was a passenger ran oil SR-1< named director'of the 1968 March of Dines Drive In Bradford 'Ihen the ornaments.
five miles north of Starke and
turned over and Union OimtleM. TVinpIe\ directed. the drive lust year, And next we strung the icicles, LYONSBAR
GiVe fOr which collected record Then we sprayed the scemts.
Kenneth Johnson was ad- a $4,800. Prevlotm high was $1,382: In
Now we piled the gifts
mitted to the Bradford County 1956./
around. I
Hospital where he reported The drive will be kicked AND LOUNGE
was off Jan 1 with a goal of .000, Placed them neatly as could
I in satisfactory condi- name a* butt year. Shown with Temple are Mr.. Pat Spongier, be. I
tion. He was scheduled to >be I 5 Miles North on Highway 121 :
released l Wednesday. president of the Bradford-Union Chapter: of the National It's really amazing what' I

Another of the five passengers Foundation of the March of Dimes., and (!rjc Pierce, local gifts can do. : MACCLENNY :

and the driver of the bus, attorney and vlce-prewldent of the Bradford-Union Chapter. For an already beautiful tree.
While You Can Still Buy Beulah :Mae Rlapy, 24, were There's only one sad part I

,I shaken up In the accident but
were not hospitalized. and. a steel pin.
YOUR FURNITURE .
AT NASWORTHY'SHALFPRICE Trooper W. E. Sundberg of On the brighter side we ,
the Florida' Highway; Patrol had, a wedding In the family.I.i DENMARK
said the 1950 Brockway bus My mother Cricket, Grandmother H B d Gifts

Furniture Sale I I ran pavement off the, traveled right' side down of the the the Copeland wedding and of I my attended ome- aun

shoulder, finally running offa cousin. Gary Sullivan In WU- SUGGESTS
Up To 3G Months To Pay culvert and rolling over one. Uaton.. He was united In wed-
and a quarter turns. The vehicle lock with Miss Barbara Cobb m a.i;; l:. t:1lir.
came to rest on Its right .
also of Wllilston. After
Why Pay More Come See How Much You Save! side with the front end at the Christmas. Gary will returnto

Lay-away Your Gifts Now Large Selectionof edge of the pavement after the U. S. S.
traveling 342 feet. I
which will be
Recliner Chairs and Living Room Suites The driver Beulah Mae Rlapy. I Philadelphia, for aarat.o&'a'i j For the For The
was charged with operating Barbara will join I II

SUPER SPECIAL .-. 9 x 12 Linoleum Rugs a motor vehicle without I My parents, James and DINING
driver's license and failureto ROOM
a I .
Crlckett Chltty, along with BEDROOM
We Have One of the Best TV Technicians in this Section.C. I have her vehicle under con- Tony and Jean Ball, Fred and

trol.Damage Corine Thleman, and English
H. NASWORTHY Furniture and Appliances I loss were estimated to the bus at a$1SOO.total Hilton attended a fish fry at II Beautiful Dining Room Suites BEDROOM SUITES
he home of Pete ana] Joyce

vYvmvTvvIv7RnINDIAN Barton Saturday night., They Large! Selection In Stock DANISH MODERN, :A1
all enjoyed !fresh caught Wdi _

BEACH Specs. CHOOSE FROM SINISH, ITALIAN, ;f-; sri.'I. !.i-t.. TiJ:!
The fish haven't been biting
A Perfect too well, according to. Betty SPANISH. FRENCH FRENCH PROVIN. r,

lc (late ..><. F.) Griffin 'of Origin's Ixxtee. PROVINCIAL, ITAL CIAL, EARLY pl" ,! ,, '" I
They bit Thursday and Roy "I ,
Michael H.
By I Chatty .
FOR THE ..... 476-Z171 caught 74. but they quit IAN EARLY AMERICAN AMERICAN
again.' C. A. Barringer .of
&&&.&.&&&&&&&&&.&&& Jacksonville, got two bass anda AND DANISH Pecan Walnut White
,Jack fish! Saturday. Betty _
'
"Quack. quack, friends" says! "The bass should bite MODERN % + Maple Oak Etc.
Wasn't that a nice 'welcome
better after the rain. becausethe
ENTIRE FAMILYFrom Sunday and Monday. It
rain
minnows and shad will CHINA CABINET TABLE Also
sure was a needed rain. Now -
not come up in clear water.
maybe> we can get our road AND G CHAIRS
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kite Jr.
graded It Isn't too dry now. 1 MATTRESSES BOXSPRINGS _
were riding around and. sightseeing -
Slade'sAUTOMATIC i guess we can stop worrying FROM
at Lake George Sun- ODD
/ DRESSERS CHESTS _
iI -
about getting the road paved.,.
day. They were dinner guest'
I Around twenty or so of our
of, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kite. BEDS
neighbors attended the Bradford Sr. In Ocala. 99.t .1180QQ$
GTGLF County Oornmlsalonuersjneetlng
. "D .vk! And Sue Lutgen. Doris w For,
Jo.at.' fwsdJy..TJneywere ) ; 'L
..: Lutgen and ponny Ooteen
- told,that; the deed to TheLIVING
late in Jacksonville, Sat.urdIIy.Chri.strr.aa ,I
the right of ways on our roads shopping. ROOM
have been sent to the State For The
Mr. and :Mrs. 'Jack Miller
HIGH PERFORMANCE :
DELUXE Road Department in Lake
and Children T. C. Jeff and
City. It will be several months
before it can be started. It Joan, were in Ohiefland sun- BREAKFAST ROOM GET YOUR LIVING
day. They attended church+
seems there may be a hold up service, and a family dinner ROOM READY "', ,-
on right of ways because theywant
30 IN. GAS RANGEr honoring Jack's mother, Mrs.
to take it all from one Ethel Welsmer on her 83ixl DINETTE SUITES FOR THE HOLIDAYS
''t 4 side which would be hard on
the owners on that side. We birthday. 5 PC Suites Living Room
Paul, Lee and Gregory Suites
will have to wait and see .
Strandberg. spent Saturdaywith
what'Things' develops.were really happen- Paul's mother Mrs. Jo 7 PC. Suites Sofa Sleepers
Paul
Strandiberg. and Gregoryenjoyed
big around our family last
,r .... week, some good some bad On while here.l some spec fishing 9 PC. Suites Sofa Beds Recliners

the box! slide, Great-grand.
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mother Chitty is back in thehospital a Chairs
rAND Lounge
and 13 boys of Boy Scout ALL STYLES
qr. with pneumonia.
Troop 109, enjoyed a camp outover
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the weekend. Quite a few Tables
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Christmas Carol singing. Homemaker, Career. Girl or Bachelor Your Small Appliance Gift
Abshire, Bur-
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,lot equipment Winter In Jacksonville.Mr. .
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Tornado agWin, First 2 GamesTake tb eau.W11t1iJ.tns give'thtf Tornadoes a cod.ch 3230i i

: it',4rftb3ed, : "
Adkinson with hi* tight re-fbounds" I .. .
lug the bench. and then added another field aW SCven points In ',
Opener At halftime the subs, soph- goal to put Starke on top at the half ate placed. He earned:
'Ar
omore David McKnight, Junior the half by one point, draw- himself!. a starting toerttt. Tuesday ,
63-56 Over Ronald Dell, and seniors ing an ovation fl'Oltthe home night. I ,
Richard WlUlams and William town crowd. i'' Statistics ,. 1';,;;
Jax Bolles Scogglns.' held:! a slim 27-26 The. game was not decided /t', V' a a't' rvlt BITS 14 13 11 :25-63Bolles w,
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edge They came from a 19-t until the last couple of min 17 9 52BH3 =46
Beginning their 1967 cage 24 deficit in the waning mini utes In the final period!! but McLeod 10-0-29,
season,with a..', 63-56 Florida ,utes of the period on three the Tornadoes maintained a f li' r, Chaifdilr)4.4i42; ,J&cTlson' 2- S f?-
Star Conference victory over points by Williams and six three to five point lead most 0-4; Mercer 1-2-4. Brown 6-
Bolle .of Jacksonville here by !McLeod. of the third l jvsriod and Into 2-14. WUHatins 3>U7, Mc-- :
Saturday right Dec. 9, Brad Williams' sank one of a pal* the fourth. They outscored Knight, 1-0-2 Soowglns. 0-0-4.
ford High's highly> touted of free throws for the Tor-t! Holies 11-8 In the third period i totals 27-9-63: .
round baiters shook and' rattled nadoes 19th point before MC,! using a. press that upset the :ao1lesWalWr! 7-3-0 Me- u41 .I.IIII
but they rolled up the Leod hit for one of his threq Bulldogs' rhythm. u yin r Oeeftee 4-4-13, HorN>uckJe 7- t III i
points by Williams and six by But Bolles' Jim Stackhouse' :,p I 2.16.&kJnner.. 1-O-3 Davis 000 awa I ..
wtn.Dlsplaylrig first game jitters McLeod. got hot in the fourth period, Royal 0-1-1; totals 20- ... .... ... "'
the Tornado Five was Williams sank one of a pair which, the Tornadoes won 23* 1-6-sa. ; III
down by as much as seven of free throws for the Torna- 22 after a wild scramble, and "'.' ......".:;:. ........ .......\. ........"t." J.lTIN. ..., .,.. ,;
points In the first period does' 19th point before Mc- the 'Dogs took advantage of : E9-5 J
which. ended with Bolles on Leod hit for one of his three a Tornado cold! spot and got Romp,, I'loonnan' Aftr an' Brown slipped on a slick spot hi the
top 1714. During the second last minute first half field the lead for the third time In opener aral". Bulle but he never loot the dribble. An I
period Coach Warney Adkln- goals. the game 4847.BradifOll'd's kp Over Pirates excellent bull hamper, the Junior KJE transfer l Is. expect
son had four starters, all But Williams came back to talented back Tornado basketball> team a" I1ll1Ch ax hU brother' I'
to the
but steady .senior. forward Up In a missed Tornado bas- court man, junior Adrian 1 Of Fcfnahdma help .
Paul McLeod who brother to rormer I '' 9 3' Larry helped the grid equiwl.li'hen
scored the ket for two points, McLeod;, Brown, n 1R !
game high of 20 points, warm- followed with a second tip In BHS all-state grldder ferry I n, d ''W? t.iI he 1 In right ,.Brown l is. deadly WIth a art from
lik Br ..dtord'H.tgh's cage atflwd anywhere near' the key. lie hit 14 points In the Bollw.,
4'' made. It two straight for the came, 10 of them In the lout. p rlod to keep his. team on II
season Tuesday night as they)
Gift Decanters
; orGift a ri overcame a slow start to drub top for their opening win. ,
ff At No yH fr n the Fernandlna Beach Pirates j
Wrap 89-59 at the'BIJIS..gym.' .

_....a I l Extra Cost r splurge A 55-polnt by the second Tornadoes half Cagers Go To St. Augustine ,ilJ

broke the siugglsH. foul-rid- Here Saturday
after Friday Play Perry
den contest. wide open- ,
Give The Gift They Won't Return the locals were"forced to fltfht
9 ''i k,,, nTYat f tit b huvt for,a S-3. :?.haM- Tornado basketballers will Highland, '.Classic' Christmas I'Ii
Your Closest I. time lead. travel ,to St. Augustine Friday Tournament Dec. 28-29-30-fQr I'
Spot for Liquor Wine Beer It Harold Chandler and Paul night\ Dec. III, for a Florida the third year In a row. The :
McLeoa: ( were }jthe' big<< gunsIn Star conference tilt and their Tornadoes won one of thrie

Ancient Age ____________ 4.69 Calvert Extra _____ 4.59 the attack u.the twosharpshobtera'atzotrnted first !game on the road. .. games' ,' beating Wfcuchulo, 65- i
Early Times ___ IL ILk for 44 Saturday night Dec. 16 the 49. last'yea.r to place fourthIn
u____ 4.99 House of Stuart _________ 4.79
lost
They
Seagrams 7 Crown ________ 4.69 Walkers Canadian ________ 4.99Ten of The the 5 pair? points also:, combined. to Tornadoes. return to.Starke Both to to the Dunedin yule tourney.78-56 and to $t

High _____________ ___ .4.19 Canadian'' Lord Calvert ___ 4.79 grab 21 of TTornadoe's; 36 :nights take on will Class see A Junior Perry.Varsity PetersbUrg Class( AA] 7441.

Bourbon Deluxe __________ 3.19 Gilbeys Vodka ___________ 3.69 rebounds. contests begin at 6:30: p. m. The Tornadoes will meet
Charter Oak _____________:3.95;) Kelska Vodka ____________ 3.69 Front man Paul McLi-ml get. two (it Ills gituin high of Chandler was the game's and the V1I4'slty.aam begin at Defray Beach,at 4.30: p. m.
Kentucky Beau __________ 3.75 Old Heirloom ____________ 3.88 20 points In thn Tornadoes', opening 03-36 win over ItollpH of top scorer with 32'points: eUid 8 p. m. Thursday Dec. 28 In Uiejr
Jacksonville Saturday night, U r. 0. Ho tin'Ut<- THESE PRICES GOOD THROUGH SATURDAY, DEC. 16, 1967 HRttlnst: IVrnandlna Bench Tupttdny night but warn 'bentm' 31.Fernandlna's broken over the School Christmas Other teams. participating are
out for game high honors by running mate Ilifrold Chandler Mike Sapp andRobert 14 break and Ooaoh Warney Apopka/ Bishop Barry. Dune-.
% who had S3. Mt-IxHxl And '' have been the atriulirnt. .Jolutsonfbothwith AttMclnson will take his team din Semlnole Milton and
15
Discount Off ,Lists Price on 3 or'More 5th's or Qts. ICImniller points] paced the Pirate's fast south to play in the Dunedin Sanford.
Tornado players to d.rte. break offense In the first half I

OPEN 9:00: A.M.* TO 11:00 P.M. -W'hIOh' caught the Tornadoes
Brown, sank! a'pair of free came bock. with a Ions corner lor. scoring 12 of his 15 points, fla> <*oc>ted. second In recent years. JV.Cagers
LOUNGE OPEN UNTIL 12:00: P.M. I throws to put the Tornadoes shot to make It 5-50.. from his center pobltlon. ,,11O\IIe\er.! in the Coach.Warney Adklnson said
I bade) out front 4948. I II Then In the closing minutes' Starters for the Tornadoet h .lf'tlie BHSdefenee reverted that he was pleased with' the'
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY UNTIL 2:00: A.M. Soph David MoKnlght put the game> got even' faster and were 6-8 Bruce Jackson, Harold to' a .full court press;'which Bradford offense, "once It gotgoing. Drop 2 Games
the Tornadoes three up when wilder and the Tornadoes Chandler, Paul (McLeod 'stymied, FernartSlrta.>and forced ." bud added that the
I he stole a Bones' pass and got simply grabbed Bolles' rebounds Larry Mercer, and Adrlar. L repeated turn overs. team '"should have scored 120 Bradford's Junior varsity
the accurate -
STALLINGS COCKTAILLOUNGE two quick points on an out II and raced for four Brown. Owing largely to MdLeod.'atld points." cagers lost two heartbreakers
AND side jumper. Brown stole another more buckets Brown scoring Chandler, a 6-1 senior pulled shooting 'of hit' 'Our defense was disappointing : In their first two games this
i 'Dog pass Just seconds' three'' field goals and McLeod down 14 rebounds to lead Chandler. th Tornadoes, the floor ; ," said Adklnson, "andy week, going down 48-41 .to
CORNER later' and raced! downcourt for one;Ten of.ofBiown's 14 points his teammates as they wot for"81per'cent front cent 75
"a lay-up and BHS was five, came !In the final peilodwStackhouse .the battle of the boords! 39-28 [137 for 731) and per 113 for I Ing on It." 34-33 to Fernal1l 1na.Jead1;
U. 'S. 301-S. 8 MILES 'PHONE 468-1461 i kept Bolles In The RJE transfer also talHec ffonr free'throw line : The Tornado squad Is now
one aetbaoks
up.McLeod It was the two
Despite
.. sank two more for the game during the final per- 12 points. At one point earl 20. Percenta4wlse ntehtss ; 2-0 and will seek Its third still hisshigh
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best Mike Sexton
J I. n 55-48 BHS.load before Bolles. t o fthe Tornadoe's straight win against the St. Coach
I hopes for his young ca-
Augustine Yellow Jackets, on .
the Jackets' nome, court :Friday 'gers*.who are developing fat.
I
I Tim :Murphy was high with
1 'Hlrnancna night.:| > :record now poUxUattainst Bolles, Billy,

I,DAHM 1 ER'S: DI'SC OUNT BUS stands. at 0-3.9 25 24 3189F. Kirkland Myrlck had 8. Coach 11,Qraudbn and Sexbon David motto hd\

praise for Mark
B. 12 21 14 12-59BHS
Oliandler 13 S32, h..uled.down }J4 rebounds Mt
keep the Tornadoes 1n the
'CALL McLeod 14 3 :31, Brown 3 l
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PHONE 964.7923
2-3, Jackson 2-2-6, Mercer The Tornadoes will play at
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TIIURCDIY. ..--n__ _ ,! r ._ .. --
Tempi' Ave. Starke Florida of Bald Court on D.c.mbe, 13.
Notice Of Suit -No PropertyPpu *
gave Architect Morgan permluslon STORY HOUR are n,,r.hy> notified that and file the original with the 11187.
to submit\ prellmlnar; AT TUB!: 61BR4Il1'Come an action Divorce baa been Clark of the above fttyled court' (SEAL)
\ Contractor Wins Reduction; In Lafe Pen jIty pIMa for the new. $400,00 ,, and Help make'' thi! fN| >d asnlHSt1 ywu and ')oIlU on or before. January. 16. 1968\, Charles; A. DarbyAa ,-
TnleKJltfhbdl tit 8tnte4O*part- decorations und'Jofn-tli' !' :mM Wnyired' te" *ervcoi>''.1'.1,otbafwtH\ \ a judgment/ may be Clerk of aid Court I
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your written defen**. If any entered against/ you for the relief By Virginia F. Darby -
ment of Education planners fofcpfrrotfel. ry-4naldng at the Public Utmlry to It, onh.* plaintiff. attorney -I I demanded In the oomplaintor A* Depiity Clark a
Harris and Harris Construction of Charles J. Harris for more shouldn't be 'charged any subcontractors co\41; not. test .ntll BotfM ftlwauthorize this Thursday afternoon whoa name and: ;. nhtrse i pUtlon.Wllnemi 12/14 4t 1/I _
Co. of Jatk&otmmr! wan titan an: honr atf .,- -- -mechanteal I U George H. Pierce 20a-205' N. my hand and the Mial
r petsr| n'dhe waif! dtnpo Bll'tpment'atlhe :! a g-o-ahead' to r from 3:3o"6o': f <:15. cnndrei
fl reduction, from $3,300 to meeting last ThursUay night pointed In the decision,,but the t tdmmtge. two: schools because water Bradford participation wit age 6 through 9 are invited :

$1.2 O. from the Bradford Dec. 7, the Board unanlmoualf. ,..MrrtrWjftmaeweptwtlt' withdut was not available In time. eight! count','es in subcontractIng Mrs/JGirryjDruenKU: In char |

gr'hnol Board for penalties voted to reduce the number.lLrtllm 'nt.. School Board Member Rodney the heating and alrcond of festivities "GAY"
ca. "';Coo! for late completion ofthe of days for which liquidated Architect Don Morgan had Hall admitted the Board'sdelay Honing, structural fafbricatloi( .. --.fl--. I Make It A ;

new schools at Brooker I doomages would be charged 1 charged Harris with being 49 in having the wells putdown and the calling and llghtln

and Hampton. i 1:from 66 to 25 Harsh, who day late completing contract and septic tanks put In,, for the netw achoola. IN TIIB ;orncuir" COURT, ,JITPJCIAI 01PLOJUDX'

After dfsrfussln! the appeal I I told the Bd&d1? rift --felt he 1 : on-th : EI irientatyho61 and 32 day..wt6m'tl alr-c ndltlonlng and heating tag to reduce acnoew: o-UMJn. FORD COUNTY
",," I 6mtfWtln' \ thdk152,500'' 'systems aC? both schools are coats hM' asked bide il' 2BO,- OLL SOUTH'. MORTOAQBCOMPAfft rWith. :

Brooker Junior High building, still giving trouble; He said 000' square feet of. bul.ld1ntJstor' Plaintiff,,
Morgan agreed to reduce the the subcontractor has made 'theeight counUes. The vsALRTRT'TTsON.
number! of days on the- Hampton 'repeated trips to both IIhoolland : volume bids has reduced: the nUTIlHJ..L: TYSON. JR. and wile,. I

HODAKA school from 49 to 44. be. the trouble still exist cost, Mor.an..1d. eo that the P"r.ndo\nt.:

cttbte'of<<1: (f 't' Pbal' request.Har- Karris' replied that ha" did I building con probably; be bill\ CTV1I.NOTKB ACTION: OF SALR(No;; 18, COLOR TV';

r1s read ;t-tnaia' fer additional not realize the etenfof the for approxtmatelr $12 peT l'fotlC8 In hori..'hy riven that I, '

:MAKES HORSE SENSE ''tim*. Mo'rgan Bald"! however, problem, but that hissub' : square foot compared: to"l3 CHARGES! A. DARBY. Clerk' of ..
contractor would the the Circuit'' Court, o( llratlforc
his" files contained no reference correct to $14 other school are coat: i
20 D*
The' Motorcycle1'' bred for-thetrtrfl,- the .trwtr and (! to the. ttqultit.I problem within the week 01 tog. : County cpmlier; JTIiirlda.wUl 18(17/ ( at 1i,05s.in.'a on } ,

plain hard'' work' Proven a breed apaVt. for p rfoYkh-l 1 Hkrrirf' 'siibirtltted to the he would "get someone that As planned now the new' the front ,doo*'.ef the oTtlo Churl* o Motorola introduces; ? .
the Clerk of tho' Circuit !
ante and endurance, 'Hodaka Is for the rider woo wants! Boar a: lrfnfthy(| ; letter, wntchhefsftkf : will. middle school to be construe at the> Bradford County Court> )] '. / .
hatfbeert' '' Architect Morgan commented ted adjacent to the new vooa house, In Stnrk., Klorlila. cell)"
offer torhpiled by'his1
all cycling can without keeping a"stable fUDt'ofUmachines thaI: "this Is the lame problem Uonal-technical.center on .1\/1/ at' pnbllb .al.) '; to''' th*' hllhii A NEWSTANDARD
stib-cohtraic, listing10 and bent bidder for cash the WHOLE
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we've had all .
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old Conway Airport con Ce
reasons why he felt damages following dxc.rlbeil real ,
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llodaka'a: unique' bloodline (one'mndrt' one' color one' .1 sTidilrd'' ri6t'' be charged; Irtclurf .- this J6K."' Ha said. Harris "hat slat of one huge, room con erty lylntr and belntf/ In \; .
continually Improved denlgn) makes !Hf'S' Hnrh t r aervl i W 'Were' Harris dlfflOTltVtft not bet, '!''it, -'cni' top} 'of Ws1 sub talrilns. 35,000 squar fee. ford' County, land Fiona lylne. : In the" '

Tills'/ all add up to J mt'a' few 6* thrf reoiiortftKodaka \thy dbtamlntf' brick masons attdcarpenter1 contractors', during the1 job end' New structural processes win Uoutheant A puroel' Quarter of of the North OFRELIABILITY ::;
it is not the Board's -or the Morgan sa.YB."h've SElfe of 1TWK!)
.for the $3 steel' beams. went Quarter ( t
of aUnfled perbout'
I rtalfe' listed tn his con school principal', lob\;/ nude .the new room)08- 'alwy( Ona knonn:
M iR'IFt :MA"1 tract1) tVheiit'' thtl" BklllAl crafts-, Harris replied that only one .BIble.. To-wnHhlp' South, and Rang/ IN \

TRADING flea were drawing- ovdid.' |4 In repair' item, other 'than the The: *hujte one-room bulWln 1'21 Florida East,. being In Bradford more partleul..rlyducrlb.d County. ;
Mechanical l probte'ms', rem'ainjto ..
with
new
N. Court St. Starkej Fla. P."O"e.952dB'j? JacWonvllId/ and GatneaiVlJle. la b.m.conatructed a. follow; "
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be completed. 7ibfgkd toM principles 1mlhd. at the Southwedlcorner
team teaching Commence
said
The'contractor
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also his .
they board-th' nieWrtinfcal'Jdlwas '' ; ., Only dividers will toohalte of Mid Aouthtait. Qaartr ..-., e
-- p." t, a, of the Northwest Quartm8R4 'CQLOTV /
1 V48 per cent ot the.con board"whichwill not ( : \ of N\Vi4))I. belaa: RICO the, a
tract." reach the ceiling or floor "oulhwMerlCOl'n..r or' aali

I Brooke Principal V. Rl Movable0 ceiling to flobr perU!- Government tlivncv, ijnin, Lot North Ona along(1) ant thi "\ .

,4OLJw1LspcImSs ON I Ferguson told the' Board of 1 ttntt ''e UId' be putIn anyttm Wetrly.. boundary thereof tn C
:5THS: ''I trbUbl' he is having' 'getUnguooontrlliCt01'1l at four-foot intervals Morga a dlntntifd of 295.1' feet to'thrNbrthwsatstI .- e
'of
a"par.
"corner' .
his .
to' school
..,.. C4I tof land described In Deed .+ :
i I He said. the alp-condltlOnfnf Trie' 'BoAr d..pafe .i.4;
unit kppa c-utftng'-out andj thicdrpets whether-to'go ahead with-th n,I BEOINNINlf coat i Cr'

The ; For are'unruveflng at'Joint middle'8dhool' before remodel foE of the the POINT herein OF deacrLbed., parooFrofn"Vrfld I 1 ;

A ,Quiet Spot Liquor Wine Beer not' properly installed. ttwf', Bradhotd"High' 'Soh o' POISr OF BBOI' /.. I > Ii Jf .1' ,k .
Hill: committed' on the '. Tom recommended C
Sup Casey 1s 1
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-* :WE APPRECIATE, YOUR BUSINESS .1 :I "strong conviction) of the'' atffehitect -, the and contractor. Thej) tn1r"' the middle1' school! come feet. ; tif' ..nc.. South! ale feet to< COLdRTV'SBIGGEST

j... Canadian Lord Calvert ____ '4.95 ?T. Bourbon DeLuxe _________ 3.98 both feel they're rtg' it' and :1 J next on the-''master'' plan' the tha the last Northerly,1'\11'.1"l bounclXty parcel, and;ol' ...
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3.39'' think there are' extenuating Bbftrd'has been following. He thanra VVett along/ said North",I ,
Old Crow _-- ----- 4.85 A Gilbey's Vodka ; tances' both 'sides.' t said the' middle school ccrul! ly bftli'ndnry aintanor| ofSI
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BEQNNINti : (
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POINT
the 'PICTURE.w
But the'' Board' 'still'' '1'Iesl'tated be'.rmde into a high school I I Iitj It feet to I 1
I. Lord Craven Canadian 4.65 A Gilb Gin _____ \
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---- -:- {j1 to make a decision;-teel.Inl' ever becomes necessary. Said aalft1. wilt" '" be mad> put of- see: SQ.IN. =
Boar miant to a Final I .Peer ;
the
; also told'
Calvert Extra ------- 4.65 JW Kentucky Beau __._____ 3.78 JJ If they allowed one con' Casey foreclosure entered on 5 Deoember. "'
: tractor's late charges to'''bi that with the seventh'an .1997, In the Circuit Court -

Schenley .Reserve ________ ".65 'k Calvert Gin ___________.__ 3 88 f\\ dl nllllled' 'other ''contractor. !! eighth' grades being moved to 01'"Bradford, ,County; t -
would' feel they did not" ttavi the new middle school;' alert CaneNCKl CHARU.a'148.A. BAR B#'rlorlda.1\ t', Gf, I Ir -

Canadian Mist\ ______i.____ 4.65 N Charter Oak _____________ 3.18.' td pay 'damages. Two boa n with'the sixth grades from'all By Beulfth' M. Mood --
members 'Art HoIHday and elementary schools, Bradfor r>*p-uy Cleric .

Seagrams 7 Crown ________ 4.65 ,}X P.M. DeLuxe ___-._________ 3.59. I, Seeber Goodman, "**kt"' the)! High would Have-'room' In the It 11-14 .
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B'bulldlngi.torrradell
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I could only listen to their ar: 'present A' and .
Inver.' House Scotch ------- 4.51 y Relska Vodka __..________. 3.64 I chltect's recommendations.Ooodman .- 9-19 now.'But' he a.td .IN TUB .CIRCUIT EIOHTH!: COURT JUDTCIAJrtRCUT'P OIFLORIDA. .
additional space'-'would hav; Tie'"-AND FOR BRAD .
moved thai
finally
Ask About Special Case Prices the! Board charge' 66 days ai.!I to- be made increasing en-' OLD ire \n 80UTJI.000 NTY, MORTdAOB,. ..

recommended rollment. 'I
.by Morgan COMPANT:: : '"'t
said decUlon owhether' Platntlfl, Pmvinial
A :
Board Member Buster Ben; Casey plctur 'tn elegant. )French { =
nett1' gave the second'but Hal to remodel the pre,- JOHN v.. V. FOSTER and 'Wlte'J:J l3.ln.Lowboy dbgonnf cabinet. .'. with aeouma Gum :Pocket. I
then moved to amend thai motion -, sent' C building- BH& or t t>QRRtS JI. POSTER Cherry veneers and detect hardwood Witl -

LONG BRIDGESSTATE to chargeonly' 15 days!I tear It down and build anothe CIVIL' ACTroN' ,",No.txfefldonti'. lee/ Cum Pocket C rr1Iinlsh.' :
""earl
lateness at' Hampton arid' 1(I in Its place; la two MOTIVH OK IIAf.K -. .i wLa"DC, :
at Brodker. ''Bennett! alsd'rfec' .. away. He termed that decl lon! Nntlcp I Is' hereby> ilren that 1 1CHARLfcs I. 'MQ4 .
'wWch'Will'' have M "be" toad ; A.' DARBY. Clerk of'
onded'' the'amendment.Both the, Circuit, Court of ,Brad for,, :
ROAD 100 W. ll MILES
the school Board "vital. .
_' by, ; 80 D.-
UI 'amendment and I > "Colin""",. Florida, will on" .
at 11 1:(tl l> o'olb.ka.m. '
Other Discount Prices These Prices Good Thru Dec. 30, 196? motion passed unanimously. Cir Cember..' at-nil front door of the picture; \ ;
solid for
sJSet" state
In other actton.i the' Boar I 7.10 office of the Clerk .of the Cir.,I FIRST Fully except tube]
cult' Court 'at the Bradforrvionly I ALL-TRANSISTOR and rectifier. l -
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Show'
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; Tumbliiig ( CnnrthnutarMit'; aal Stark. 'I COLOR TV'' a '100% DC coupling-like that in monitor. -

; OPEN TILL 9 P.M.BEGINNING Before BHS PTA th Floridaill*' (ilirhcat and at.bunt public blililvr,,> rl',: YOU CAN BUY!" sets diced in'TV stations-faithfully reproducesj, .

KO' ['H' 5' a ', (la. DEC:: 181' An tumbling each real' property the following lying'and''bsloiIn describe' <". .transmitted Hi-Fi Color picture, signal.with earth f ''
I 'anLL Open Alt Da + Sunday hour-long Bradford. County Florida: : SOLID STATE'CIRCUITS Tuba! rare
c' ) show with a circus. theme 1 I Is All,, that certain; land altunt' phosphors for brilliant color picture. s-. ... '
I. Dec. 24-8 ; Floridahflnir ELIMINATE HUNDREDS
am.9:
County.
p.m. set by grades 7-10 ...r1.. pnj- In Bradford'p..rd..1 of' land. con, Automatic demagnetizer helps remove)it .
a ,OF CHANCES
dual education classes of
talnln'rf 8.47 Ames, lying III tho Color lmneritiaa
Bradford Hlwh School is ache Hunt the pmith. FOR HUMAN ..
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before west Quarte ra(8d< at SW11.)' I. 1.
duled to be performed t
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the high school PTA nex out&of Section., flange IS 10 Township East. mor. INSTANT SOUND. | EASIER TO FINE-TUNE IICU'I ..cID....
FOR HIM ,CARAVELLE4 :FOR HER Tue8d y. Dec.. 19 at' 7:39: ( a. particularly' : described aa '. o-l. ,COLOR PICTURE '

m. low COMMF&CEr'ati: tile North wen .5 I) SECONDS/. ,THAN BLACK AND WHITE .Jm'\
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is rnade'liko *" DANA *, AMBUSH Parents are In vitec1'to bran : corner of said SEHi of the 8WV Motorola VISI-TRAK tuningJIlI- -\lI.I!
JADE EAST OLD ;
SPICE an an' Easterl:
and thence run In lets fine-tune the picturecorrectly -
their children to the perform you
TABU COTY dlractlon alontne Northerly; .
.The ahow will also be. 41.lal01 : : Without'even looking
anoe. \
*, thereof a
LEATHER PUB boundary
ENGLISH expensive '
IMPREVU FABERGE al t tha Calibrated! control
of ,BeBlnnlnK. c' screen
thAt to
performed before both sale' feet' ;
h.t; f o
*. REVLON iii l\nss. RALMAJN From Point o dials simplify color settings, allow l. .. ,
Middle .
THAT MAN BRUTE' watch I BHS Schooland, HIgh Beginning thonce onhtlnu In.aiftaaterly ;:'!"'r '" easy repeat settings by the 0-
LANVIN ARPEGE I School tudan.U. direction, along the ease, .aumbers.'

9 FLAGS MENNEN *. MY 'sir CIIANEL NO. 5 I Northerly feet, boundary thncf a Oouthrl U.tan..eof :. \ I
1U.7 ;i'
*" CLAIROLBIG DESERT FLOWER BHS Band Sets and i>....'a 11.1 to) the ..Wenterlbaundmyuet ''I"I
*, KARATE GILLETTE : the .aald, 9B<4 o', Kt OUR LINE MO
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of 4A.1feet
Concert 'Mond'ayThe "Ih" 8WU! a,, dlatanc
< ", : more boundary or lea:t ,,13.h right-nf*; Northerly :: :OF MOTOROLAAUTBAHSISTOB RADIOS ALL-TRANSISTOR COLOR TV *
Bradford tilgh'Bcho l
of State' Road Not lit I
Useful 'Electric ,. y Band will preaenfa Chrtntma thence way In a Northwesterly afbreAallNnrtherlr \.dl. :
Concert In the BHS audiforlum l- rcctlnn alon tact dlatanci,
boundary i a.
.at 7:30: p.m. Monday) Dec, of tVI 1 fet, more or lean ti '
a point which" I I.' 682.11 feet )Kant Pick: your screen size Pick your price!
ASSTXMAS I 18.All tickets are 60 cents and boundary.rly$ of .the and 'Bald thanqe. Weoterl.In ":' ,

'I mkyi bbl' > purchased front any] Northerly direction and parallel :

r uft 19rf: bAnd member< ,''OP at the door to. said ,of Westerly 463 feat boundary more 01l I IiHntanre a Pick 'it'up today!

... The concert is being prell n.1d tau l to th*. Point of Begin -C

yet it's onljio:95 band.as A fund-raising event toe the ..Inlf;i' of lying, 8WH and Of beln Snrtlon/( In ,thWB'i IITownahlv I If you've been wanting a second TV, now Is the time to .
HRISTMAS'
Paper and Decorations Range IQ .
Smith
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t 't Mast,, containing. t-47 acr**. get it. Your Motorola dealer has great values on a great
$
Heavy ..Dnt/ Biff 12 Roll Pack Foil & Tissue ThlH.I Ie to the T>.aam nrrla,. H.property Foatrhj conveyed ,-. selection of portabIi e.Screen sizes to" fit your'viewing

Hand .. Combination _________ Only $1.89 deed dated February. and ISth.. wire 1910f..m ,, to fit home
Managers $1250 ,H. x.Houich Hough and recorded< (r- e. prices your budget.Tote one today. No ,
Bulova waited years until they Alma M. /
Up .; Book SIP ,
tnOtt.lal Record' money down easy terms.
could make I good $10.95 watch
Electric .One with a. l* .,led-ev! r"mevs-.. Biff! Value ,,5 ..Roll Pack. ,Only 69c nif""rta. ,J28 of ,Clroult In the Court Office of; of Bradford the.
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mInt unbreakable mainspring,precision .. ,County Florida.tereln .
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Tooth Brushes Low Price fitted parts. A watch that's I I [ ahnvn decerlhed. property (jf igI'
that certain
ahock-resistant, and waterproof. to> b""* known a _
25c Icicles ,19c parcel 101 land upon whichModern '
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too: Tha result Is the Caravell by Home. Construction
A95
Corn, .Poppers $ Bulova. A very txpanflvrwatch/ for l 4 ; I (rnrnpanyreterf: a. dwelling
only $10.91 t i6u** for the mortgagor herein,
I'I'I laid ante will ba mad purniant WW1rJIK g
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..CARAVELLEd'vlilon Tree :Tops +" 59c to a Final Decree of. I
White ( I Ask 'or">ldltUrof( entered on t TheemMr '
of BULOVA I ", ? 197 In the Clrrullotirt / .
Hob-Nail: Lamp $15 | .. ? of Bradford County Fiord 1
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t Ch la CaiM' No. 101' ,
25 LITE i rJey' CHARI.K8 A., DARBY: Clerk on a great second cot '

'. rx I Circuit Court.,.of .Bradford. I s .
Electric MULTIPLEINDOOR\ .E.' County
.SOFT, DEF P KILE r t Byt Beulah" MT. Mobdy. 1 1
Blankets -' $998 .T ; e ,, t Ioo".t,.'' Cleric
Johns t l14
UP "PL SH TREE it + I -:..- L
LITEET .
CALL FOR nirm
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Electric Automatic I r OinntynlMUnner Cnm ,
rSKIRTS'- Thin Board of
Coffee-Makers '$9 !1 .. J .-. e 3.99 about this queetiont ... : will* of.rarelve Bradford. Healed, CoaatyI'lorlda BMit The Motorola'' Cadet' with famous Front-Line Design.-

.. I .:30 on the morning or, 'Fits' places you neve'r' thought a TV could go, like, In,
Up"I ..Zag$ J "A young man Hdinar as lary nnm''" 1M of th 195x* Courth In thi
Electric' r High I passenger with a youi\g :h* followingsOne I .. handle.antenna, and controls are all up-front.!= ,
hydranlM ..1''
of .
woman in the rear a ((1)
Wiring Blenders $ QualityMULTIPLE I nountnd. right of way and bank
a 195 15 tlTE I ear, attempted to throw natntananc bninh and tree

_i _. 'j Santa lighted firecracker out utter,., Two blade cutter., ar I
2IT loulatad boom, hydraullo' *yr'
la'
the car window. The ma ncaary! to drtvo and
Electric Stockings! I window was closed -... the f odtlon 'cutter: Reach not lu Little :Or .No Down PaymentNo
'OUTDOOR' ( Nan 19 feet from grader front .
Can, Opener Q98Up '' 'Firecracker exploded inside vhetlar. Cuttlntr swath.. of not ,
I.e.A. thani BH .f.*t wld.Wlthoth.p '
LITE SET 79c I the? ear causing: a chain: standard equlpme.it and
of other fire- ..omplete mounted on County's

Electric FR 3.49 :crackers.explosion Is it true that ,>lallon l to tin 111. a Rnanok Hotor'Ore4er.' Robot. ,This utoot.r Till FebruaryGAY'S

.Hand Mixer $998 I the man's Homeowner Th.or Board*<,t
Policy paid th!' damage ta r.......", any and all hid. 'I

I claim: for injuries' to, the CrttfL0M It A. DARBT. Clerk
3.44" .U-II.. I
filled with :young woman? -
Your Prescription
heels. fi serf. nh KOCH: DRUGSYour I exacting'care at Koeh'a. Filled at i Charley'' E. John' "ad.Th..",pI.r.rlnr.dre.d' '' rlrralt Of Cvaaitri rlorMaj !. HOME APPLIANCES

a reasonable' price, pust le yourdoctor CM* W., Tin: .
: : Agency" en'lI. Af'TIO" 961.7311 :
355 Phone
Has prescribed. 'O..r..la' Marreli'n dodud.. I Nj Temple
Health Is Our Main 'I Concern 1St 8, Walnut 8U' lalatlff.. "v> Davld.L .GOd-.",

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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ,




KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE LAKE GENEVA t.

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: J Section 1-A Pare 4 'TARKB, Fix)>an>A. THURSDAY. DEO. 14 _

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I II I Owners Pilots Indians Lose .i .
I r In Surprise MoveClerk '


I,-" KEYSTONE HILITES To Organize Both Games


'I I By Jim Fox Aviation ClubThe During Week'

I Please Phon In Your Items 473-414
Joy Baker HResigns

Keystone Heights Own- Keystone Heights. eager lost

WOMAN'S ;LVII I your last opportunity to win' ers and Pilots dub will hold all three games to Taylor I

A "Beef Eaters" dinner will the "Jack-pot" ''before the Its organizational, meeting on High In the KHS gyni Tuesday I

be served at the Masonic Hall, Christmas holidays. The play- December 18, at 7:30: p. m. at night. I

on Friday, Dec. 15, by the Ing will begin at 7:30: sharp. the Keystone Airport. In a nardfoujtfht' game that

members of the Woman's Club. Following the holidays, the Officers for the club will be went Into overtime, the Key-I

Mrs. Earl Voyles, Mrs. John evening sessions will be re elected, plans and projectswill stone boys varsity. lo$ 6O toM 1 TuesdayKeystone 'I

Llg-gritt and Mrs. Fremont sumed. be discussed and decided with ,Jeff Batts as high #

Tolled) are chairmen for the KEYSTONE VOLUNTEER upon. scorer for KHS: with 14 points.
The general purpose of the Jerry Turner and Wayne''. had
Their co-chairme
occasion. FUn DEPARTMENTThe : city Clerk Joy SR-100. Mrs. Bird asked that
are Mrs. John Bird; Mrs. Wil- regular monthly meet- club will be to promote private 10 each for the IndIana. Baker sumiblttedl her resignation -
aviation in the I I they be saved by the city: ..1f
liam 'Beam 'and Mrs. A. Wll Ing of Ole Fire Department Keystone The girls lost their tome 38 to the City Council In a "Corruption"At poasilie 'and used for beautlficatlon -
Heights Starkfl, and Oaines to 41 with Debbie KtogSbury\ .
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Hams was held Ti.esday evening surprise move at the Board'sregular
1 vllle areas, and to in for Keystone purposes.
engage taking high point honor .
The dinner will. Be served Dec. 5, with Vice-president -- meeting TuesdaY -Was told by Mrs. Bird

from 5:30: to ,7:30.: Reservation Beeler presiding L.1 the absence social activities within the KH. ,. .. The three new Yryitone Heights official. who will take night. I. Mr!!. Sarah MacDonald that much favorable comment
group. In the third loss of the ,
twin be accepted by any cmmiftee of President Redfeam. The resignation. 'was accepted told the City Council Tuesday had'been heard on the city's
Among other items to be evening the junior.varsity office at the January meeting of the City Council are shown
member. Adults $1.75, Eleven members !with reluctance by the reading
were present. ; night that after new street sUrns. She said a
discussed are paving of the boys lost 16 to 34 to the vis above
as they appeared at the council
children 125. Chief Bennett repor-ed four meeting Tuesday night.<< Council which gave the departing s. much lately about civic club !had agreed to pay

Due to the holidays, there ambulance. calls and 14 fire runways tation to and be Issued a "Ifly-ln"to Florida invi- itors. Hawthorne. Win' From left Is John Glllln. 07, the new tax assessor; Raymond clerk of 3 Si years. ofa corruption in governmentshe'd for one sign and she is hopeful -

will be no luncheon meeting calls during the ,previous Wlniinn.: 03, and James Cook, 72, two new city council- vote of appreciation. for services better clear her con : of getting others to con-
and South to
Georgia last the
pilots In Friday's game,
on December 26. month. men. The two councilman will replace COllnt'ilmanValt .rendered the town. :Mrs science. She wanted) to return tribute.
fly to Keystone for a \breakfast Hawthorne Hornets parlayeda
Members of the WCI"1an'sl The chief also reported thata meet and golf tourna- sluggish' third quarter. Intoa. Thomas. who resigned when he moved to Gainesville and Baker gave pressing family some city:: property .Heard. a report by Tony
remote control station would reasons for submitting herresla'natlon she's been holding for six
Club wish to thank all their! Baker 'that the parties which
ment. last period rally tota 67-6<< Councilman" Huntley Redfearn, Sr. who did not seek re-elec-
friends who supported their! cost $353, and (that a remote AU Interested and''orI at this time and years and get It all straightened ran over 63 trees In a city's 44

activities and projects during\ desk set would cost $274. It aircraft owners are pilots cordially Sandy victory Grayson over Keystone was Heights leadingscorer : tlon.! ) Cook has nerved two years as the town.tax assessor. requested that it be made effective -' out Mn. MacDonaldsaid -acre leased planting have.

the past and to extend was said that .FCC permissionwould Dec. 15. and the audience became agreed to.malte settlement at
year Invited to attend this organizational with 25 points for Keystone -
be wellas I At the same time the coun hushed at. her seeming .
Christmas greetings, to !ill. necessary as $1.80 per tree. .
meeting. v
NFKCIAL: NoTICE permission from Clay Elec- The KHS the ber 18 athe educational I'Strawn I 4th place. I I ell accepted Mrs. Baker's resignation admission of guilt I,, '-Told A.',R. Marwlck; who.
B-Squad won
tric and possibly the sheriff building. (fvfri. Fran Turkmett't I Woman's Club Mrs. Vtrgie Homer The former tax collector presented a petition protesting
Postmaster Gladys Tlllli!'! has preliminary contest. 34-33.
office. The matter was tabled wife and family by way of Morning 'Circle will be host. The Melrose Woman's Club was appointed to replace her confessed that'for six :year: teenage prowlers around
announced that the KeystoneHeights penxMn.ff a conference with Atlanta for a short visit with The boys and girls varsity Renewing former "Christmas I held its regular semi-monthly I unanimous vote. she's had In her possession homes on Little Lake Key-

Post, Office will be Clay Electric. their son and daughter-in-law.' : teams. will play Cedar Key cheer giving, members planned .. meeting; Wednesday. It was a ''a "We hate to lose Iher." an ancient typewriter that stone, that the matter ,,would

opened OIL Saturday afternoon, I A general discussion was Mr. and Mrs. Eulle A. Ruahton I there this! Friday In their final to bring canned goods,, business meeting.I :. Roy Watkins said came from the City Hall be referred to law officials

Dec. 16, from. 1:30: until 5. IIla held regarding the ambulance games before the Chrlstanas110I1da.ys. small gifts for families and I It was announced that at the Mrs. Baker's request termIng and was used to make city The Council thanked Marwtck'

hoped that the public will operation. Civil Defense DI- Jr.Mr.. and Mrs. Henry Schuber, older folks needing holiday. next meeting, to be held December the topic of the resignation reports. She had reported to for rl'lJ021lnc.the; disturbance.

take advantage of !tfhese extra rector Jones updated and sum of Clover Lane, had a family The Keystone cagers.will cheer Mrs _Bert Christ/offers, 20, there would 'be a a "said! duty.'" Watkins city:: officials that the type- _Was told: by Councilman

flours, and complete a lot of marized what the County reunion during; the past two participate In the ChristmasTournament Welfare committee, will arrange musical Christmas program. and other members of the writer wa. In her possessionand Redfearn that firellne have

their Christmas mailing at Commission had decided with weeks. Their daughter Mary, at' Bunnell' ,- Dec.- ,with the Sunday School Mrs. W. R. Barbot, musical Council complimented. the departing asked that It be picked been plowed by the Florida

this time.DI1PLIVATi. respect to this issue. The consensus and her husband Stephen 29-30. I distribution of same. Instructor at Melrose High clerk for her efficiency. up Mrs MacDonald said Forest Service at the airport.

: BRIDGE was to await develop Watts of Buifialo, N. Y., and An expression of appreciation School, and the Melrose High "During the past years I've because she was not able to -Was told by Mayor Star-

Winners at the Duplicate ments. Mrs. Schubert sister Mrs. Masons and their wives; as Is extended to Mrs. Girls Chorus will sing several simply (referred people to Joy carry It. nes that the State Road Department -

Club meeting on Thursday the officers member. honor Norwood! and Circle when eomebody' asked me The ha.
Bridge It was decided to hold a Theodore Jung; of Kew Gar- and Thomas Christmas Carols.A typewriter never officials have suggested -
evening: Dec. 7. were: New Year's party on New dns L I. have spent an en- I them. There Is also good co-workers, ; ,,for the splendid Solo will be sung, by Mrs. what's going on in City H LI." been picked up, she said. that ,the contractor

First place with 21 points, Mr. Year's Eve. Everett Fox was joyable holiday in Keystone news In the offing _, "the returns the Boosters Din- Barbot and she will lead the The. Council at the sugges- Matters were straightened working on SR-10O.be asked

and Mrs. John MeCullough; appointed general chairman. (despite the weather), Burning of the Mortgage", 'a ner of November 29.IMPORTANT'DATES. audience as they sing Caro.s. tlin of Councilman Huntley out however. The Council to correct a badly engineeredcurve .

second place with 20'/ points,, Each fireman, win'be permitted more more __. more date to be announced soon. As to Mrs. V. Y. Crawley, Mrs. Redfearn, agreed to meet with voted to give her the machine at Belote's Corner on

Mrs. Barclay and Mrs. Aubrey to invite one couple. Ghalrmaa On Sunday afternoon, the the EstreUlta Club rthe workIng keep In mind. Executive Board Fred Moody Mrs. Earl Eland, Airport, Manage Homer Sat- Nightengale. Street. .As .engineered -

Bannister; !third place with Fox should be notified as to Schii'ber' honored their house members of OE31 arid the wf<< Church Women 1 p. in. and Mrs. M. C. King were terfleld to negotiate a four by the SRD the curve

lays' points; .Mr. and Mrs. Ray number of invited guests guests with a small cocktail members of Keystone Chapter January ,,5. Regular General hostesses at the meeting. year extension of his lease to man Watkins asked that slants downward on the outside -
Starnes; and fourth place with the have been working and assisting Meeting of Church Women. Brownie "," *.. the Keystone Airport. Batter- Scales be contacted: by phone to
clanger
bet ore Wednesday, Dec. 27. party at their home on Clover presenting a
toward this 1968 6- [These dates are field had requesteda Wednesday morning to find -
19 points, Mrs. Donna McGuire FOOD :SALE DECEMBER: 16 Lane. Guests were Invited to goal, so January Brownie Troop 157 toured originally motorists.
out the amount of the bill
and Mrs. Paley Boyd. The ladles of St. William's call between the hours of 3 promises to down with great changed! from,. regular schedule the offices of Ole GainesvilleSun (five-year lease Redfearn -Was told by Councilman

BINGO AT ST. WILLIAM'SThis Catholic Church will hold a and 0.Mrs.. celebration. A hand of thanks i due to Christmas and Newspaper recently. noted but the city council approved and the marshal personally Fox that pipes have been lowered -
take check to hJm.
Is extended to Mrs.Martha' New Years falling on Mon only period ; a
be one
a
Friday evening win They learned how year
food sale In front of the Post George Kaufmann, Miss I our papers The Council also authorzled 'Under SR-'lOO where construction
Beam as she was the sole hos- days.1.The with an agreement, with Sat-
Office, on Saturday morning. Janet Kaufmann and Mrs. are set up, printed, edited, Is under way.
purchase of six turkeys at
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tees at the December 5 social Nightingales [Mra. terfleldl to talk about an extension -
etc. _
Dec. 16. Please be sure to sup KaroHyn Jackson attended the Was'told by Mayor star-
each
.30 for the employees
hour. Charles Waldralus Circle] tentative after six months of
this worthy activity. second annual Candlelight Accompanying the girls were nes that the city will have to
port
Christmas this
SCHEDULEOF year.
.
December
.An expression of a sympathywas plans tor their satisfactory service.
Mrs. Blllv Sine-leton.. Mrs. purchase a stop light, if a new
'N ThERE Christmas
HERE concert presented In other action the Council
SERVICES extended to Mrs. Phylls 19 meeting at 7:45: at Mrs. I -
I
; : Redfearn noted that a year
LaRue. Is In by College Choir of Lake CityJunior Euene Sapp, Mrs. Lola 1 Hitch, : one Is to be placed on 8K-10O.
Mrs. George death, of Loiiia I
Hussey. P. M. on the Kyte.iMElROSl .
,! has expired since the lease Okayed the relocation of
College. and ,the Collegiate Mrs. Ruth Stanford and Mrs.
this
and
Virginia Maryland her father In Detroit Mich. Accepted Mrs. Baker's report -
PARK was signed. He said Satter- Electric
line
Pat Parsons. About a power by Clay
friends andrela1.1ves. Consort on Friday eve- twenty-
month visiting that the airport treasurytreasury
Bill and Bea Schroeder
ning. Dec. 8, at the college'sFine eight of the Troop attended. field has done a good Job at on city property near the air-
LaRue will
of-the Mr. Join to return from balance was $2,412
Arts Auditorium.' were expected Methodist Church the airport and -has caused. port.. Council gave the powercompany
his wife for the holidays. their six weeks Pacific cruise I the Income for the month totaled
city a minimum of prob- to cutome .
!Leroy and permission .
Danny
PA.LMSSUNDAYS Syracuse
the WjSjC held
On Saturday of this week last Friday. More about their Wednesday lems.A $8,783 expenses 6236. and In the
small pines way.
of Greenville S. C.were recent later... Its Christmas meeting. present balance Is $5,128 plus
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morgan trip
guests of Mrs. Des, Orosbrgat garbage!: and trash collection !- -Instructed Clerk Baker to
returned to their home, aftera : Mrs. Doris Sunderdand ls &B, Joyvf Rows Sunday School pupils are i two treasury bills of $1,000
her home on Lake Geneva. : School fee card compiled!,! by make the yearly payment on
11:00. A.M. 7:30: PJH. trip to New Castle, Del.Mrs. Robert PaLer son of Mr. and recovering nicely from major && &. &&...&...&.... next urged to attend Sunday win be Mayor. RayStarnes to be sent each. the City, Hall during Decem
Sunday. Everyone
THURSDAYS E. A. Ruahton left Sun- surgery at the Medical Center. Accepted Mrs. Baker's. report -
Mrs.: Dan Pater of Nelson'aPoint to all businesses and residences -
CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE! Weekend guests.of Mrs. Bernice allowed to. help decorate the that the ber.WTold
airport treaury
for Omaha Nab. Don-
where
day the Councilman
7:30 P.M. returned home last Fri Christmas tree that? will be was approved bY' ,
she will the Christmas The Community Church ,Gano Included Mrs. Belle contained $3,006 on Nov.' 1. three streetlights
FUNDAMENTALBIBLE spend day, for the Christmas holi Council along with a provision ohoe to have 1
held) a Christmas Open Houseon Crider tan4JMrs... Lois Hllleary put up In the Educational expenses for the month
holidays with Commander and days. Robert Is a student at I to send second notices within installed where to*
TEACHING Mrs. I., A. Curable and hergrandton Florida Central Academy.Mrs. Sunday Dec. 10, honoring of 'Micanopy ,and her'eon and Jullddng. two weeks. amounted ,to $78.50, and the think !Is best.
Mra. Rev. and Mrs. Leon F. Mllner. daug-hter-fn-'taw' Mr. and Mrs. rerfbyterhm{ Church baLance> now Is $4,927 plus $6-
All) S n lees Held In The will be! rememlbered Robert. Cumblc the Gary Flnklea and Mr. and to Introduce: them to the ?M ,"'M.' Gano of St. Augustine. iFrlday night was the annual The mayor noted that the 000 In U. S. Treasury notes. -.---.:..
as and Mrs John Flnklea and people of Heights
I Keystone
New Bible Center Former Rushton. ) community about Keystone Recent guests of Mr and Christmas Fellowship dinnerat Approved an audit by Accountant -
Marilyn
daughter all of Pamllco N.C., !. Most local churcheswere Faith Church.A want a clean town and said
Heights. Mrs. Dock Tlson and family Presbyterian Neil Tucker and
Mr. Rushton will his
Join were weekend guests of Mr. the collection of the fee Is a
-_ ------_- I represented one in particular were' her''n ices! and families; special Christmas programwill gave: him a vote of thanks for :I KEYSTONEHEIGHTS'
r---- and Mr R. L. Bridges of Lake "question of following through I.
St. William's Catholic Miss Sharon Howell of Tallahassee toe 'presented at Faith his work. A motion'by Councilman
Geneva. Mrs. and! here at City. Hall. Clerk ,Joy
Bridges some Church and the pastor Father and Mrs.: W. T. ChristIan Presbyterian Church Sunday' Charles Donohoe to I
friends Orlando Baker and .Mai-shall Wally
in last
were William K1111>y. and children of Mlcanopy; December 17 and Tuesday, December remove a $UI order for baa-

Gadara Country Day School Wednesday, doing their Christ- In the receiving line. ..were' Mrs'!. Al Moore of Waldo and 19 'at 7:30.: Muhlhofer reported that only etoaU: equipment never purchased -
I two businesses residents
six
and -
mas shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Tucker: Mrs. Mary Ann Hugging and The program will be under from the city's recordswas
their
LIBRARY NEWS have yet to pay
'Mrs. John Bird and Albert
children of West Palm Beach. A.I approved.
the direction of Mrs W.
MM. Kenneth Heikett who. conducted fee for the last half of 1961.
,
kindergarten. at The Clay County Libsary of ,the
Bachmann, officers: :Miss Martin Chamberlin aunt:
Wallace, Miss Jane Driscoll -Agreed to turn over the
The marshall! said he anticipated -
St. William's Catholic ($Church last announce that system will have a special honored '
year church. and the
of Mrs.! Tlaonv Is currently convalescing and Mrs. Harriet Flowers, and trouble In $300 'budgeted for beautification -
she will open the Gtnlara Country Bay School on January film program for children guests Dr. and Mrs. Albert C. at the Tison home will feature puppets manipulated the no,businesses: collectingfrom to the Woman's Club to MELROSE

2, at McRae. during the holiday season, in Holt attended and It'was Ukehoomecom1ng Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stinson by the children. The be spent by that group with a
the libraries at One business Scales Groc
Keystone
to see them and children! Matt and Shed, public' Is invited. monthly ;report of expend!' .
Heights, Green Cove Springsand among their church folks or cry,'has refused to pay the '
recenUy visited her parents, School News lures to be submitted< to the
The nrhool will be for all children between the Park. [ fee until the the
open( aged Orange the past eight years. Mrs. Hoi Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Courtney city pays Council Mrs. Marie Bird told BUSINESS
of 3 and S, with the sam special attention being provided. Films shown! represent those Is gaining nicely from her trio Newtoerry Several of the members of store for turkeys purchased the Council the Club had a
from the Florida State University's illness which' delayed the Future Homemakers Club for.city employees for Christ-
Transportation, will 'be provided for those BO desiring.Since prolonged! Pfc. John Tanksley oft.. chance to get some plumbing
Educational Media the public recognition of attended an F.H.A. meeting I in mas last year. Muhlhofer saidhe DIRECTORYBEAUTY
: .
done at a reduced price If:
Carson Colo visited Miss\ Irma
Center; loaned to the public Rev.' and Mrs. Mllner. ...... Macdenny, Saturday. They was certain the grocery they handled the .
money.
there will be. a limited enrollment, Mrs.' Hmkett re- libraries of Florida throughthe The educational building! Jean'Tlson. were accompanied by Mrs. would remit payment as soon ..Agreed !for Streets Chair- }' I
fluent that register children by December 31. For Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Gano Elmo Yarbrough anti Mrs. Lea as the city Its btll. 1
you your Florida State Library's was.& festively decorated in red pays man Everett Fox to look over ,
additional details, please contort Mrs. Henkett at 473-4974. Public Library Film Project. and white and banked plants and daughter Melissa spent Stephen on. Clerk Joy Baker told the two Washingtonian palms at SHOP :I

The films are available for back of the long refreshment the weekend in Melbournevisiting Melrose loot another b .aket- Council] the City ''has never received -I the entrance to the Parkofthe -

free use. to any civic) or church table. Serving were the Misses Mrs. Gang's sister. ball'' game Saturday night. This a bill from Scales for Palms. which will be dex' j

..- --- '- -- -- .._-- ._---= organization in Clay, County. Elaine Lovern Susan Bird. Mr. artd Mrs. Charles Slger- week hey will play Newberryand the turkeys although the grocer strayed) by construction on'r'
No fees may be, charged for Pat Wrinkle. Leslie Beam was foos of East Lansing, Mich) Ft. White. claims he sent two. Chair- KEYSTONEBEAUTY

admission confined to her. home with spent the weekend with their SHOP I
friends Mr. and Mrs. Ed Long. ,
and could not assist
The, children's program will the flu. : '

include the '"Steadfast Tin Mrs. Albert Bachmann was necker. ..... Joboso.. Ow. I r rP.I
brig: Gen and Mr*. 1'. F.
Soldier" "The .Little Match general chairman and hostess ; .

Girl" and 'The Adelle Penguins at' the guest book. RefreSh- Kromor (ret.) will have all IIIBIUl T A Oeattiv
ment chairmen were under five of their children home for
of the Antartlc, all in HsJ., Styling
Mrs. R. A. Oaunt's catering. the Christmas Holidays. Someof
color) Individual Batylvsry KJfei*
Dates and times for the and provided a lovely setting them have,arrived, and the St. William's Sunday Form of B autjr Culture
for social fellowship as folks others ,will come In the next Mass 9 Mass _
hour-long special will be Key- a.m. Wednesday, Own TuM.-Bat. .-*; I
all mingled to two weeks,, 'They will Include "
of churches !
atone Heights, Dec. IS, from and Novena 7 p.m. CbM.d Uoatey
Dec. 'esther and became better acquainted. their sons, ..and families; Lt. I '
7 to 8 p.m.; Orange Park i
and Mrs.' Krotner and boys of -
2O, 7-8 p.m.; and Green Cove Community Church Rev.
I F. KromerIII CONCRETE
Springs. Dec. XI, 7-8 p.m. The Community Church Ft. Hood Texas-; Leon F. Mllner, minister.! Mrs
I Sunday School Christmas Program of Silver Springy, !%lkL; and George Canova. organist. Mrs

will be given on Dec. Mr. and Mr* Henry E. Krom- William Warren Secretary. Hawthorne Concrete

17 ''in the educational building er and two Children of Atlanta, I &
Sunday School. 9:40: a. ,m. Supply Inc
-rIkf-L1'l: : NEWS NOTESBy at 7:30: p. m. A cordial Invitation Ga.f1 thedaugflters and families MorningWorship.. 11 a. m
pt / MK: and Mrs.' Stephen REDI
Beta* Bgau has been extended, by are; Nursery at 11 a. m. service. .,
Mrs. Barry Wyman,. to join Boynton 'and ,two children of only. MIX

Original CATCatNip them and observe with the Washington, p. 0'; and Maj. CONCRETE

C EASTERN STARFollowing Sunday School folk of all and Mrs.James :McMahon and Episcopal 8.,. 20 W. HawthMM

Scratching I the regular. bus!- ages, the Christmas Story three children of Ft. Meede, St. Anne's Rev. William, 451.293Z203t

RETAIL PRICE ness meeting of the Keystone through music narration and Md. AnoMier g ull't .wllj) be.Mrs I. Jones, Vicar; Vvny walk wnen you can NURSERY

film, with special features, Kroner's 1 later, Mrs.. R. R. I
DEB Chapter. on December 5. Morning Prayer and lie r-

I $2.95 POST the ceremony of Initiation was and all the choirs from the Blrkvnfbacb. ofColumbus. Wesley' Ohio.of mess 2nd and 4th Sundays 1 write? Check with us! O.C. Came Nursery

extended to two new members. "wee ones to the aduts. ,:Mlsa' ttancy 9:3O: a.m. (nursery epn.)
Gifts' of canned goods arid Galneavme' spent Surtday with Wwmy 1M, TlsmhinisM _
COMPLETEThe Christmas planning was discussed \ Holy Eucharist and sermon .
games will be brought. and her brol/l'lv'Cheater Wesley. UJU SB .. Sou*. .
will 1st End
I whereby members and 3rd Sundays 9:30: a walking, driving? waiting around pay
". few Ninmry Btook! Thousand
placed under the Christmas .Vlnrl 'Howe' spent a *
contribute gifts of Jellies and : m> ( ). Church "
<< nursery
The original CAT Cat-Nip SCRATCHING POST jams and personal gifts, for Tree for later distribution to days this:week in Tampa. School. 9:30: ajn.open"Holy Eucharist 1 bills "writ your money the safe quick at Plants A mm Trws to

1 for I'et Cats. Completely carpet covered base, as OE3 and Master Masons resIding needy families. ''iMls*.Vick: Than spent. the I a.m. each Sunday .4 easy way.Open a Special Checking Account oboes* from. Nice Slutd* TTM,

well as post. Cat-Nip and Cat-Nip Stems under at the Masonic Homein Dress rehearsal Saturday weekend. with her. cousins, Evening; Prayer, 7:30: p.meach l with us.You'll enjoy added pr Jtiaa.too. No Bv rgr..ns LandscapePlants. .

carpeted post. Cat-Nip Mouse and nell on spring St.Petersburg. Thei>er onal Dec. 16. at. 1:30: p. m. MoaeHe: and .Jackie "Christian Sunday:: ETC, 8:30: p.m I ,1 tiinimum! balance required.A Plant AH In contain...
gifts do not need to be wr..p.peel COMMUNITY CHURCH In Mlcanopy. each tnytim c.-all'-ct.
Sunday.
which is covered with Nylon to vats' .
claws
e prevent : ..
M.; Howell el. .
A.
Mr. and Mrs.
must be The
this year, and general meeting of the Dally offices of Morningand
from being caught in spring. her.18ter Let .. de ...... .
deUvered bo the horn of Worthy Church Women was held on of Mte&nopy visited Evening; Prayer.. 8OO: a.m. y. ...

Patron Hector Ownbey not December 4 In the educational Mr. and Mrs., Dock Tl on. and *:OO p.m FULL SERVICE DANK % Pho.. .....$155

Cats Love It! later than December 16. A building. Barry Wyman, as- Duplicate Bridge

I chapter: member will take elated by Danny Hlnck, pro Winners of the Melrose MURRHEEInaurance COME IN GET ACQUAINTED USED CARS '

Can be purchased in the following stores: I same. to St. Petersburg on the vided the program of the Duplicate Bridge ClUb last '"

Knitting are always evening entitled "The Of week included: Mrs.. Robert Agency
C. \ 17th. yarns Way KEYSTONE STATE BANK Hank Used Car
G. Murphy's
Gainesville Sears Neisner's
a welcome. gift. The Cross.A Clare and Mrs. F. T. Hague Richard' Mnrrhae Agt.

Fla. Pest Control, Chesnut Office Equipment Co., OKRISIMAS: ; ProgI'a.m.Santa short business meeting lat place; Mrs. Mary Cook and General Insurance, BIO CASH DISCOUNT'
.And Many\ Others. at the followed 2nd place Member FJU.C Keyatooe Height Fl*.. TERMS
Clause will arrive setting up extended! MINI Iva Hlllyer ; Firs Carnally Maria

Keystone. Heights IleloteV Drug Store, or close of the December 19 dates of meetings as follows: Mm. B. A,., Allen and Mrs. J. 'Auto Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly -.ttE.Lk.-"rRADZ
; meeting when invitations have. ALL Circle Covered Dish P. ;Foster, Sod place; Mrs. Bonds47341M
Billy Rose Aquatic: Gardens. ........ ( .
I been extended to aU Master Luncheon:. -12 noon, Decem- Palsy ,Boyd and. Mr.. John Community. ...... loo S MiMe .. Stark*)


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into a state of suspended ann- in Oalnesvllle. I yyy'tnt/m17T VVTVVTHERESSA night Dec. 18. The Falcons The Convention is scheduled }''"r attendants were Alice '-'tOI..
Sinatra In 'The Naked Runner'Set 1 II
I oration by quick freezing a Mr. and Mrs. James. Craw will play Sunland Training, to start at 6:45: Friday Yvonne Turner and Ora Lee
process todays scientists are ford and sons were dinner Center of Oalnesvllle, and, the I with Supervisor C. O. Thompson White. I There Is No
At Florida Starting Sunday I I actually working on with living I guests of his brother Bill Hawks will play the Phantomsof Introducing a model Ministry Melvereen Morris was awarded J JI
1 tissue. I Crawford and family in Lake Jacksonville. All basketballfans School and Service the title of Miss Homecoming ,
Crisscrossing between the been marked for murder by Roddy McDowall and Jill By (Cheryl Grlffla are asked to come out Meeting. Saturday activities and Shellle Cohens was
East and the West Frank I others! Thus the running be- Haworth star in "It. In whichan City.Mr.. and Mrs. Barber of and support the teams.! Oame will be highlighted by a Baptismal :: -I honored with selection as Substitute
Sinatra becomes the pawn of gins.Two ancient man of stone Jacksonville. were visiting Mr. .. .A. A. time. 7:30.: discourse by the Dl.- Miss Tiger. I G ,
British Intelligence In an Involved prominent pressures at come to live and causes death and:!) Mrs. Prank Cruce and Hope Baptist Church: Sun I 'Ine Hawks will purUcUxateIn I- trlct Supervisor followed by, The big Homecoming Parade for
maneuver behind the work in Sinatra's conversionfrom and destruction.LAWTEY. family during the week. It is day School 10 a.m.: Morning .the Holiday Tournament in an actual baptismal ceremony. was held Friday afternoon
Iron Curtain in the new film. businessman to secret nice to see that Mr. and Mrs. \VorMhlp 11 a.m.; Training: Alachua on Friday. Dec. 22, at The climax will be reached. at and was considered a successIn : Ii i
The Naked Runner" showing agent are that of his love for! ................... Perley Price have returned for Union 6:30: m.; Evening 6:30: All fans Interested in 3 p. m. Sunday with a public spite of rain that dampened I INTEGRITY
SundaY-Tuesday. Dec. 17. 18 his young son played by the winter. p. Wednesday going to the tournament may Bible lecture by Mr. Thompson. the floats and! participants.All .
and 19 at the Florida Thea Michael Newport, and his love Visiting the Duck familythis night Worship* Prayer 7:18: Meeting p.m. : 7:30: p.m. contact Johnny Jackson no I In all. It was another I CRAFTSf f
tee. for a wartime mistress, played I \ week is Mrs. Duck's mo- Choir. Practice afterwards. later than Wednesday Dec. CORONATION HIGHLIGHTS grand Homecoming: for RJE. J)
The thriller shows how a ,by the lovely Nadia Gray.Der- ther Mrs. Vera Brooklns of Rev.Merle Packham, pastor. 20. HOMECOMING I
man, pressured by his love for rem Nesbitt. Toby Robbins and: By Enza Blanchard Columbus' Ga. Bible Club Night activities. are now be- FESTIVITIES: BIG DAD DINNER MANSHIP J}
his son and love for a certain Inger Stratton co-star in the Mrs C. M. Mooneyham of Monday after school ing held on Friday and Sat- Colorful Coronation Cere- SET FOR TUESDAY
beautiful. woman. can be turned suspense-drama filmed in AAAAAAAAAIAAIAAAAIAAAI Jacksonville spent the week- for Every grades 1-0. New Life Time urday from 8 ;to 11 p. m. The monies, featuring the theme The annual Christmas Din- g AND
Into: an assassin. Technicolor and TechniSoope. CHURCH ATVITITIES end with her son-in-law and Bible Club la held at Hope lights 'have been Installed on "Flowers to Your Highness," ner of the Big Dad Manufacturing ,
Beginning with a casual I Screening Friday and Saturday -I Grace Methodist Sunday daughter, Mr. and Mrs J. C. under the direction the outside. of the center, highlighted the annual Home- Co will be held at i
toast with an old friend who Dec. 15 and 16, on a' School 9::45, Worship 11 a m. Knight and family. Baptist of Church Min A-IP: Bell and City League basketball la coming festivities at RJE High 12:30: p. m. Tuesday, Dec. 19,, g(c SERVICE 'iJfI ;
works for British Intelligence 1 double feature bill at the I' First Baptist Sunday During tl"weekend Mr. Miss Reba Thomipiion. Each being held each Saturday: In School last Thursday night. at the Staike Golf & Country,
played by Peter Vaughan, Florida are a sciencefictionthriller the RJE starting at 9 p. Also making a grand climax Club. "
School 9:43: a. m., Worship and Mrs. J. B. Oasklns visit' child is Invited to come bring gym 'r.:.
Sinatra is by psychological "The Frozen Dead"I i 11 a. m. and 7 p. m., Train- ed her mother Mrs. C. L Hil- his Bible and a friend. The m.SCHOOL to the Homecoming events \) ?
means cleverly stripped of! and a monster picture entitled -ling Union 6 p. m., Midweek liard and other relatives in last meeting of the Bible\ Club NEWSA were the basketball games Friday DINNER TO HONOR This I I. The .
and turned into an "]it." : Friday when both the Tigers LAWTON L. CONNER ''
reason I services Wednesday 7 p. m. Lakeland and his sister Mrs.I for this will be Monday. game will be played night h Best Reason 'd
animal with overwhelming The Frozen Dead" starring The Christmas will Curtis Coldlng in Lethla. year night at 7:30: between and the Tigerettes won A basket dinner will be held
program Club will -
18. meetings resume
urge to kill a man he does I Dana Andrews deals with the I be held in the church on FrI-' Dec. i Lincoln High of Oalnesvllle victories over visiting teams at the home of Leon Conneron a For Trading ifi
O. J. Phillips, Mrs. Bill Gas- Jan. 8. All children are 1
not even know. The man has placement of human beings.l 1 day evening December 22, 7 p. and the RJE TlKers./ All fans from Green Cove Springs. Crosby Lake, Saturday, 3
..-.. : kins, ana: Mrs. Hester Hlcka encouraged to attend. AT
,1 m. The public is invited. 1 were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Choir PracticeWe I are invited to attend. Nellie Louise Davis, a mem- Dec. 16, honoring Lawton. L. I
CHURCH NEWS ber of the senior class, was
Church of God Sunday, Leslie Phillips and sons In would like to encourageeach Conner on his 91st -birthday!
/ I School 10 a .m.. Worship 11, Jacksonville. of choir members of Pleasant Grove Methodist crowned Miss KJB by lost Ii fWoodburn's I
( j| a. m., and 7 p. m., YPE Wed-' the church our to come to Church, Rev. H. P. Hudson year's title holder Frankie Lee anniversary. Friends and relatives \ ) ;
Mr. and Mrs. FranK: Cruce, prac-
10 bedecked
i n slay:: 7:30: p. m. Prayer Ser- Miss Gertie Faye Cruce, Mrs. tice Wednesday nights adsing pastor. Church School, Inohal'te. a. Jackson' on a flowed are Invited.
I vices Friday 7:30: p. m. Every- Robert Carlton and Mrs. V. L.Starling with us Sunday at morn- m with Supt. Leo DeSue stage In the RJB oafetorlum.: '
Do :
banking Morning Service atIh ..
to attend the ({
t your one is invited '
services.' GEM
Christmas play. The small ) were visiting in Ing: and night Evening Service, 4 p. m. SANTA SAYS: I I I

in your- ; ,; ,,. children 7:30: p.will m.Join December in the 20.music Gainesville Mr. and Mrs.on Saturday.E. J. Rauler- Personals Mr. and Mrs Walter of Mr.Swin anl;: Rev.Mount George Plsgah Young AiME Church pastor. \' rI 'Go on Down. to (I{ ,

.
dell were guests '
son were dinner guests of Mr. Sunday School. lOa. m. with PRIEST'S JEWELRY'I
( Sunday -
Highland Baptist ;
and Mrs. J. E. Broward in Mrs Claude Thames of Pa- In charge ..' .
Worship Mrs Anna Wright / {
School 9:45: a. m. 1 CHRISTMAS! ( I
Jacksonville on Sunday. latka Friday. '''' .
11 m.
t 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. of Morning Service a. S. \ 109! E. CALL ST.
Hev. Roger Bergstrom: i STORE Q
: ,
6:30.
Choir practice 6:30: p. m. Mrs. H. W. Bennett observed Evening Service : I
A Prayer services Wednesday the 5th birthday anniversary Frostproof visited 'Mr. and Bethlehem. Free Will Baptist 'q .. by for
L, Crawford and
.1 7-30 A Christmas of her daughter Nancy Mrs a. Church, Rev. Lewis Mc QiHtSfm's
: p. m. program Ag I' TheBest
will be presented .on with a party on Saturday. The I family Thursday. Kay po tor. Monday night < ({ \ 1)
,
I Tuesday evening 7 p. m. six children had a wonderful:! i Mrs. Billy Dampier Mrs..n. Choir No. 3 and Ushers Board : \ Place
time playing in the F. Cloversettle and son were :2 rehearse at 7:30.: Tues ir4 ,Q- x
Everyone Is invited. games No. to buy '
:
Northslde Baptist Church Is yard. Ice cream and birthday shopping: In Gainesville( S tur- day. Choir No. 1 and :2 rehearse f! (i{ ELGIN I

holding a Special Sing on cake were enjoyed along witth day.Mr. at 5 IP. m Wednesday ,. : Your Toys,
:1,1 ,
Swin
candy Santa Clauses, balloons and Mrs. Jimmy Prayer Meeting. Thurs- .
Sunday 20. Music afternoon will be presented December bya and party hats. Those taking dell\ Mrs. Green and her I day night night Story Hour and / -.. ..3SsT. :
visiting quartet' artj by the part In this event were Tina daughter of Hellbronn Springswere of Ladles Circle. Friday night }.s' f it r.3..... .0 t WheelgooJs, b ''
nlgDC
Norman Sherrl Norman, Teresa guests Sunday Prayer Band meeting. Satur- 1 .
singers of the church. ) ', ..
Oasklns. Klmberly Nor- Mr. anti Mrs. Walter Swindell dinners will be sold ., ,.I!.' ". /1'': : CROTON
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Coffin day night Of t' \: Candles, etc. I
of Edison N. J. stopped on man. and Milllssa Norman and family.Mr. at the church kitchen. t K 1:1:
and Mrs Walter Swin
their way to south Florida On Saturday evening Mr. Greater Allen Chapel AMEChurch I BOREL
r rI and attended the Methodist and Mrs. Mitchell Brown en- dell\ were guests of Mrs J. Rev. L. A. Sampson .J( Large Tricycles $7.98 << ""J'g '
Swindell and of
H. family
Sunday School 10 a. I
Church on Sunday. 'Mrs. Cof- tertained with a venslon bar- )pastor ; !
fin spent part of her child- becue supper. Attending were Glen St. Mary Thursday. m. with Mrs. F. B. Delestre incharge .f 15" Toddler Dolls 1.98 I FROM
'IJ
j hood here. Those that knew the hunting party that was night Morning Service at :
I Giant Tractors
I her family remember as LlllleFettibt. I I with him when he killed the Afr. and Mrs I. B. Tlllnmn 11, with meewaKe by the pastor 1,1, 98c
It was nice having deer: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph of Gainesville' vlsltttt Mr. and Choir Union will. .be 'held : '. English Metal Tray 1.39 I 1395 I'
,
them. Wise ands:! sons Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Price Fisher Thursday. at 3 ,p. m. In Lake Butler
Others Joining us at the H. W. Bennett and family with Rev. Levy Lennon as 'y i: '. Pillow Case Sets 1.77'' 2'' Only nt; (lean. Jewelry" (*
Without ever leaving your car, you can Church Sunday were Mr. and Paul\ Norman Richard Norman host pastor.JEIIOVAII'S. &L
\0 You Get Credit at No : tInterest
Mrs. Joe Louis. Brown of Alhambra and Rev. James Walker WITNESSES \. 50 Christmas Cards 66c
I make deposit or withdrawals when you use Oal. Mr. Brown grew and family, Mrs. John Brown, Colored Citizens ATTEND ASSEMBLYFinal ff or Carrying *

1 our convenient drive-in banking service! up here and we are always, Mrs. Bill Powell and Miss arrangements {have O H'lmrife. Open a Credit Off \
I pleased to see him and Mrs. Janett Brown. NewsRECREATION been made by ,the local groupof Account and RwnlveQ aPRIl (\
i 1 Brown. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Mc- Witnesses who will leave : HUt from Yourl1: ,
Misses Jane and) Rose White' Clellan, Mrs. Rossle Reddish this weekend to attend their VAN H. PRIEST CO. ff Jeweler. ((\
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!Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Branch cemetery. L
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OF STAHKE with Mrs. C. E. Strickland in I T Watchbands ,

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8.t1'JON' 9. PAOR. ,8 __ ItTARRaP'LORiDA THURSDAY, DEC. 14 1967 ..
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S y T .rYTTYTTYYTTYlNEWS Mrs. Edwards
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I 25 Years AgoBy 1 new.. .. V1dltr ABOUTSERVICE Cited For Duties


-. r 1".r.i At Fort BenningMrs. ,
.. Alice McOarveyTwentyfive
e S9 rmt MEN Carl H: Bdiwafda ofColumbus.
r Oa* the' former

u years ago on Johnnie F. Crews..a graduate,
{ Monday.' Dec. 7, 1942 the aaaa.aLasla VA 1V a41sr of Bradford 111gb School, baa.

YI W Lawtey ,Methodist Church been cited for
marked the first anniversary se performance of duties M seo
of Pearl Harbor Day by reading : { 1r ./- ''r Ra..Ti.+, .,,; v retary-otenotrrftpher. bv the q(.

letters from local service fled of the deputy commander. .

men and ho'dlng: a special U. S. Army 'Txaininr. Centen.:,

prayer service for them. Infantry, at :Fort Benning- Os.

Today. American boys are Y :Mrs I Edwards!: was cited! ( for

fighting and dying In Viet '.' : l... 7g d Y3dtf, 'lit .z t+ tF n""' is .. demonstratingoutv' ;

a nam and they need our backing .....01"11' r standing jabiUty'ba> accept..

+ r A I ar4' now Just as their fathers '" :J sponrtbUity< for highly -tech.nlcal .-
did then-our physical, splr...t:i1:l: I: \ tasto and the capacity

Itual, and moral backing:.j iIW S t + for .accomplishing ahem

; 5.. ICY with minimum, supervision.
t
i r i Starke police discovered;,tt!"Mt ld>1;, ; i ir Her professional. compliance: .

x" that both pair ot handcuff )''1'1'Nf sound Judgment,. and devotion

i ij in had: disappeared from ,t>he pa-f I ,:,;' to duty ,contributed Immeasurably .

./' trol car There were none.tai, + r rr to the..*ocampUah nent
be had\ in either JacJcsonvUSe;i'I stn y of an efficient operation."

nor Gainesville Two-Siweeka: .+7. y ,,, ,,,,35,,.___' +''+i A __ Col. H. E. Wolff;commanding -
., actAirman X7 '
camatinsaying
< later a local father dld5e '""!""'- '!''' officer of the Training.

j that his eon'v>41U18d.. 4, trF b rd f Gary R. Bement, Center presented the award
"found" some handcuff) ear( Of Mr. 'and Mrs. T. H. to Mrs. Edwards in recent.
'W,
When Sheriff A. O. Andrea;' Bement Jr. of Starke, has ceremonies.

4 : : went to the house he found ai rq vw 6'' : ..k pr''Pit.s; M lS 'la eon oleted basic training at She U the wife of Staff Sgt..
4'iS
15 year old 'boY with the + Lackland AFB Texas. He is Carl H Edwards, and they reside $>
: handcuffs on a badly swollenarm. :now assigned as a statisticaldata at 6533 RolUngrtdge DriveIn
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W .1i. Y AY The boy later confessed specialist with a unit of
Co1umbw'1.Ga.
that he had taken them from :
the Air Defense Ccmmn>: at

the patrol car. He didn't Selfrldige AFB, Michigan.\ A NEW CORPORATION,

"know why he did It. .rut 8 graduate of Bradford! H'gh' Secretary of State Tom'Adamshas -
+ -" School, Airman Bement attended the char
announced
Junior Red Cross workers "K ,a Johns River
Saint
( following, newcorporation
tering of the
+ were hurrying to fill 50 kit Junior College In Palatka. Brooker Development
bags by December 18, for soldiers :
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Corporation Box. 2.
who were going overseas. -' Ralarman: 3rd Class Ivan Authorized stock:
The bags contained cigarettes.\ DA A. Starke, son of Mr. and Brooker.
of common at $100
: shares
\\SAL5E 200
soap chewing gum. razor 1,
Mrs. C. W. starke of Route dealing In.. real estate
share;
blades, writing paper envelopes Keystone Heights, recently per
: development. Inoorpora-
pencils and playing cards. : )
\ In the U. S. First
donated. participated: tors: F. L. Douglas'"+B.......W.Hodge .
The materials were
Fleet exercise! off the coast of
M. O.,Harrell, :J. B.
Southern California. The largest -
Mott, A. L.. Green Guy Har
A contract for building a
exercise in three years.
and Boy;
in sell' AI S. Green
sewage disposal plant It Involved 24,000 men in 45
Starke had been let. Low bid- ships and six air units Starke Carroll all of BrookerL.'N.; .
H. Pierce
der was Boyd & Ooforth. Ino. la serving aboard the UBS Wilson and George. Gaines
of Charlottesvllle, Va. and the Starke J.,L.' Vaughn
>!leldJ
Bar
vine Filed NOV. 30.. 198V! toy
Ihe final OK
_- _.. _. --..,,, --- _.- .-- price 48713. Federal George H..Pierce. :..
had to come from the
I Hester Dommortu tells trouble to Rep. Gene Shaw. (right) and D. I>. "..mll- Works Administration since Don't Let This Happen To YouFARMER'S

Jon of the State Comptroller' office with $1UO< porch In background. they were footing the bill. JIM HOLLINGSWOBTII'
Boyd and Ooforth were the t WINS SCHOLARSHIP.
.- contractors who recently completed Jinx HolMngsworth, son ;lot
DIARYflying Mr. and Mrs. :3. F. Homn-..-
[Homes Can Be Lost By Signing Papers the new water works. I worth of Starke, hi amongTOO
In times of drought 1C is .filgh. ;at
740 persona
recipients
scholarship
of were
A total bad enough when the sky Is

;Without Full Knowledge of Their! Contents x-rayed mobile unit.in two days. by the cloudless and there is no hopeof 'Remember when in protest to }Abilene. thla(Texas semester) Christian,,A 1909 College -

rain. and farmers are re- some hard action you might
algnett to walt. ''But what' say "Aw, have a heart. Well, graduate of Bradford County.

: Consider the case of Jnme and half. Rep. Gene Shaw has fileda <1 The first pint of early about drives them crazy 1s M with the famous heart trans. High School' HoMngwworth! sU I.a
brought to Bible major.
strawberries was to have It look like rain, and I IBy plant operation now an apparent Junior
:Illester Dommon .- lon -time motion asking the court to set the Telesrarh on Thanksgiving M Scholarships are awarded on
feel like rain and affil nothing success It looks as If
3 residents and respected Negro aside the final judgment in this day by Lacy Simmons of a ifugh old geezer can tradein the basis of academic achieve-

citizens. of Starke. case and stay the sale next Tues- Reno. He expected to pick a happens.. SIt w his used ticker and get a ment, character and ned- ,

.t. crate for Christmas.; was like that last week tender young one, and we're
Their modest home on Pine day.It ----t', ,
when the berry growers and wonUerlng what effect It will J
:Street is advertised for sale at was Rep. Shaw who after along A two hour demonstrationof cal'tlement got their hopes up, have on his entire system '.

; 11 a.m. pext..:Tuesday,. hard fight was successful what takes place In the as there was rain practicallyall Marine Aircraft wing. '-
in getting a 'biIJ--through the "control roonV',pJt.( a 'bomb over"the eo ntryjt-and 'It- Sam McGarvey We Just mentioned this, In The squadron provides.
: It will be sold t; satisfy the rhelter In case of an air raid maintenance for all airoraXt
the last
House and Senate at legislative looked as though we'd get humdinger. Just about everyone case you'see-an old gray-beard
:1,900 mortgage they found session'which would have was given Recreation at the Methodist Hall this some good, soaking rains here. you can think of will be parading down Call Street In rt group, and maintains neededto all't'e-, B-
channels
Church :
themselves saddled with after But all we got out of It was running except the governor, Starke in miniskirts, so 'you'llknow supply
helped 1 curb unscrupulous home week. Dean RUey of the University sure that aircraft are comlbatready -
: < Pfe James H. Moore, son of .
; contracting toy have around $400 some drizzle and misty rain and he won't be running, but What happened '
racketeers only to have it of Florida Coordinator Mr and Mrs. W. P. Moore of at all times,
:worth of work done on their front repair of State Training for Defense It was like needing a bucket -
Gov. Claude of water, and getting noth- Lawtey, has successfully com-
vetoed
promptly by
porch. Introduced the speaker, Combat Arthur L. HoUlday, son of
pleted a Lightning
but? from a faucet.
a drip
Kirk. Manuel Tinner of Gainesville. ing Mr. and Mrs. A. N, Holllflay
+ Course at 23th Inf.. Division
made 17 However, we had a good rain NEWS And NOTES v
"They've already ,monthly Other officials of the Defense Headquarters:: In Cu Chi Viet of Starke was prompted to

l payments of $23.63 each for a iris legal Action might serve Corps who took part Sunday. Pr Nam. Armp private pay grade E-2:

; total of more than .$400 about to delay the salend: provide the were: L. D. Vlftlng, Chief Air As dry as It has been, we For Today's Homemakers Before going overseas, Pvt. uon: completion of baste'combat -
what the work was supposed to Raid Warden; Arch Ellington Moore received his. basictralnlnll' training at Fort BenrtUw.\
Dommons with little more time have been lucky so far that
a W. E. Sue McCain
Public Works Martha
Chief of ; By given
I cost but find themselves still at Fort Bennlng Oa. Ga. The promotion was >
under their roof but the final l Thornton representing the we haven't had any real cold County Extension and Fort Polk La. He is withA two months earlier than t is
owing additional $1,500 for and Mrs. weather and freezes. Farmer ,
J an outcome is still in doubt.. The police department; tell that it la a cold Co., 2112| Inf. In Dau Tieng, customary under ao Army
dry
us Home
; "time price differentials," insurance Steve Weldon, acting for Dr. Economics agent Viet Nam. policy providing incentivek
and the that does the damage to berry
i' : shady operators- com- M. B. Hertong. outstanding trainees based
fees! (although the InsuranceS when accompanied
plants, especially '
panies who buy their sometimes Pvt. James. G. Reddish. son on presidency tests mUltar'Ybea'mg
company says .).o policy is now in fradnlent experts Night Hunters by northerly wInds HOLIDAY HAPPENINGS damp, then smo.othlnll them of Mr. and Mrs. James M. and leadership. 'po.
mortgages are : that whip tine plants. With aU baking rout 'over the furniture. Nex.t
the pro- ." f
hornfe ten laL "
a effect on their ) and various Reddish of Starke, has graduated / -
at knowing how td operate just Ing. and concocting of goodies vide attl"active frames for from eight weeks of Pvt. Holllday. received'' his

other coats ,they never: dreamed within the l law the present Pay Big Fines Speaking of berries, we saw that. accompany the holidays. wreaths or other decorations. boot training at Marine Corps B. S. degree In 1M7 from William

; of incurring when they signed some for sale on the.hl&bway kitchens must do double dutyso by washing all I curtains and Recruit- Depot,' Parris Island Carey College, .ltattJ1 -
weak law that is. They have expert Officials of the Game and last week and thought at first start early on "k. p.' to windows. A little ammonia. added ; burg. Miss.
the 6. C. He will now undergo
S original contract.
legal advice and usually all Fresh Water Fish Commission we were "seeing things" But put yours In good working .or-,. to the IUds will make from two to four weeks of In- -
have revealed action taken In then we remembered a year ca.bmeti.,, glasspanessparkle..
Finally last July upon the ad- their paper work is in order Gder. Scrub storage "dlvldual training before reporting Pvt. Ernest Terry son of Mr.
the seizure of the tenth vehicle when we had a ripe,,)br r shelves with. hot soap. or ,
vice of friends they decided to at least it cannot be proved oth- being used in the acts of two by Thankagiv i, '. in preparation.of ,:(' For a -r J change' from "too to his first, regular and Mrs. Sid Terry of Brook-
assignment.
I quit making payments to the company erwise. "flrehuntlng" for deer or the we knew !it II ''o7r Lit canned .tn..SHRLMP'FRIED\ > ; ; 5?:' completed an, eight-week

Illegal possession of deer or a record. ooda. AIM field artillery basic eourae-'t;
o r.. !
that had purchased the Jimmy R. Joyner,
The Dommon') case is by no turkey occurlng in the Northeast T mortgage from the contractor. -Jl,**' Region] since the passing In aoE.: 11aa broiler a-green I peppers t sliced -
.
In Cassels of Starke Is in training'Inthe .
mean unique ea. time he received
of the game law by the State \ wash ) 1 red onion (tlte-
I The payments were taking too warm re- spanUh Vietnam serving, with Headquarters -
fact there .. it- Legislature In 1069. can Jpok$ your food1 -'bdL. 1 pounds rtm \ !.ec<>kJ. Maintenance operation of the 109 -'nVn

; biga bite out of the $75 a month and some zf uoi < n the ,The j It; most recent vehicle berries"have on' forget' the ed)J. 1 cup cooked rice 1 to- Squadron. 13 any, Marine Aircraft and 1S4 mm towed howitzers

old age assistance received by amount the h being eeiBure, a 1987 Chevrolet, occurred 61' i and. carving." mato1 (quartered),. 2 tabls- Group 12, a unit of the First and other".weapons.
December 3 In Union set : Pd7rl': )pOOna joornetanotv tl '. 40Uf. : ,,
:
Hester now 73. James who is ..: '''' !
j penalized] oven ,_ e the County while being used In was ute good, t1DwIof and tha cup' o4! water: 3 .tablespoons -- -

56, augments thh: by selling amounting he thMfA'htt1W s the Illegal. taking of deer by of frul ; on ChrtstmvM\ 'decora, Aoy: sauce.. '

worms and<1 doing a few odd jobs pay- the use,of gun and light, involved days. ',unless you eho#' them .Pry egg'to' a, large I, ajtllUt.
for aorta h-27-iti n shabby one Sanderson: and two :r to advantage< In a ''spark- using! on.Itableapoon' marg .
but his work is .viJ
irregular.
substandard or sometimes: Lake Butler ealdents. The trio But apeaklj 11I118 ,home I Plan a realistic 7ne Remove egg rrom'alculet Apye ,y q'' k 4l
Foreclosure proceedings produced an Illegally killed some of the Jokers*around house-gleamlrni schedule oo 'and keel warm. Mel* remaining -
; completed.As .
were never
four point buck at the time of Lawtey: had'a big one rightIn you will be relaxed when the 1 tak> pOGn. of margarine

m started last fall and the Dom- fantastic sounding as these their arrest. front of the Lawtey city holidays arrive. Start eight' 'in the same skillet; acM:! green

; mons were served with a summon Other articles seized for evidence hall, where they "burled"some on a methodicalroom by I'''poppers and 'spanish onion. .

in October and given 20 days to eases are, they are fully documented In the flrehuntlng case of Ole candidates and room basis leaving just finishing ,When vegetables 'rare tender

and are typical of the were a 16 guage shotgun a their backers In the recent city : touches for Christmas add shrimp! rice land' tomato. ire

I file an answer why plaintiff's frauds that are costing American 284 Winchester rifle, an am- election. Almost I everyone week.. Combine cornstarch. told water l t t aY

motion for a default should not ple supply of ammunition anda thought It was pretty funny Lay In adequate supplies of And spy sauce; stir) into;

homeowners an estimated $500 variety of flash light The except, of course the ones who soaps detergents, scouring mixture. Continue cooking
J be granted.
failed
< They to act million dollars annually. three men, upon pleading got "burled." powder and soap filled 1 pads until mixture Ls thickened.

I within the required time and final guilty to the charges before for ,housekeeping: dishwashing. When' ready to serve, transfer

I judgment was entered in November Until adequate laws are enacted County Judge A. L. Drlggers. All of which shows that and laundering. Then to a, large heat-proof bowl. r
were fined a total of $900. distribute these near each Cut frIed', egg into strips\ and
on the state and national level politics Is a very rough game '
; Apprehension of these viola- of in .* Lynn Hamilton boat had been In the
arti that if you gel.' in It, you source running water garnish top. Makes 4-6 sere By water for
the best protection a homeownercan tors is accredited mostly to the house so you can save extra ings. 30 day. In !both ,
'It looks like 'a bleak Christmas of should be ready ta>> take the Marine growth on the bottom aaaM, lull
have is to flatly refuse to- outstanding cooperation mock steps as you suds and pol CORRECTIONDo performance was restored
consequences including a
1 for "James and Hester Dommon Union County Sheriff John "burial." ish. you like spiced tea? But of a boat has a tremend after the hull waa thoroughly
sign contract for work of this Offhandwe'd say effect in .
any ous reducing1 perform
2 unless!! miracle before Whitehead and his staff. that have The front door greets holiday sometimes It's too much trou- cleaned.
a doesn't
occurs nature,. unless he knows the con- Counties which have had a politician guests even before you do ble to fix? Well here is a ance. This was brought out These tests that
; next..Tues.tav.;. to have a hide like a rhinoceros quite clearly In a study conducted prove a
!'" flrehuntlng violations charged -.so make sure its welcome Is qulcky. Make a batch and
of. k tractor is reputable, and is fully but then again, it might up Evlnrude smooth, clean boat bottom la
by
under the confiscation law Inviting 1 Before Christmas. then when want a cup- Motors
you
[ fortunately.l .theyhave friends informed to the contents of help if he does. engineers.For necessary for maximum per-
as are Dixie Taylor Levy MadIson ,- wash the door frame and polish add two teaspoons to a cup formance. A boat moored In

who are-gtill fighting In their be' the paper he is signing. Baker Union and Col- Met Hero Wadaworth. who's. the name plate and arty pour boiling\ water over It the teat the engineersUsed either fresh! or salt water.
umbia. knocker. Then suds-sponge and quick as an Instant a 16-foot fiberglassedplywood
: the should be removed from,, the
on staff of '
CongressmanDon
According to Major Robert j the mall basket to prepare it Spiced Teal I boat. Performanceunder (water and the hull
and asked It the completely
Brantley. regional manager Fuqua, for a- deluge of Christmas Now mix together two CuPS1nsta.nt varying load conditionswas cleaned three weeks.A .
the and Fresh Wa- congressman Is going Co run checked and recorded at every t
for Game cards. A machine-washable powdered-orange flavored 1
: The Bradford County Telegraph ter Fish commission, the for re-election in '68. Wads- welcome mat with a seasonal drink 1 and one half the start of the test. Then the paint good will antifouling resist\ ; the bottom '
for-
la help
strict law has greatly worth said "All I can say wlU festive touch half} Instant boat was moored In salt water I
: 1 game design add a cups sugar, one cup mation of marine But
ESTABLISHED
4A 1879 deterred the violator's desireto that if someone enters) the" Inside: the door and will also tea. Vi,teaspoon ground<< for 30 days where it was allowed even with such paint growth.it's a

: E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher Indulge In such a costly race he'll have opposition.% ''protect your carpet cloves and 1 teaspoon cinna- to accumulate scum an4 good Idea to check the: ', bottom
Which was, of course, an Blnce: the living room Is the mon. This will need to be mixed marine growth on the bottom.At .
game and has decreased\ deer oblique way of saying"yea.1 of it all the end of this time. the regularly.U .
Florida's Oldest Weekly IVewspi per Published Contlnou lj center holiday festivities :! occasionally to be sure ,
s Nei Un'Ier. Tbe Same tact Dead.Thursday and turkey violations. He also S fe ,.s 'ahould look hospitable and ingredients get Into every cup. speed with one man aboard losing you find speed your over boat a gradually period

.a praised other law enforcement The holidays ,arecoming,! ,on, ry-fresht: I Spruce up Suva aM T.iU amount will nearly filla dropped more than eight mites of time this Beasodon' 'be
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officials for their assistance fast now, and \here's 'a lull 'upholstery by swabbing them 1 pound coffee tin. I think *n hour. After only 20 days too hasty to point,an ,accusIng :
\ jvith fdry", suds make by you will like it and If you the speed dropped more than -
In the ut
the wildlife conservation sir finger at the
: l1aDlMh d earls and entered aa Second Claws 1 Matter at the Post Off to* In on "pollt squishing\ thick soap< or detergent miss the smell of apices! simmering1 ten mph with a six-man load. motor.'Check

.t Btcvrka.; Florida under Act of Match Srd, 1879. field! and the concern shown Jut as soon as the.,npl!.e" af !lather. 'on' a sponge: in the kitchen you can In an Identical test made In the boat bottom first. If you

Subaexiptioaa: In trad.area 1 year, ....00; 6 months $:L25 by County Judges In dealing New Year's Eve dies out, the then rinse and wipe,with a put a few whole cloven\ and a free) water, speed lotnea of want top performance: -muaC

'pasaldq trade area 1 UWj; montha.. ZJSO with game and fish violations. campaign: of"68 wUl get under clean,.,damp',cloth... Launder cinnamon. stick in some wateron six mph with a two-man Ice be kept ele ..n.

year way and It promises to be a slipcovers and skip'Ironing by the stove and let It simmer and ten mph with a six-man Happy boating.BRADFORD .. .:

..replacing them _aU0btlngly. IIIW'0.. :load were recorded-: _after, _the.



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THURSnAV. nEO. 1C_.." i11tADVOBD COVNT'V TEUaItAPW. STABR1L ..nm.. REmlON 3 PAOH S
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tionship. Selective Service Regulations 18th birthday next November I II Mrs. Nora McCullough; a son I
SELECTIVE specify ,that each will be In college some Lester :McCullough. Hampton;
registrant shall be classifiedIn miles from my home. Must II I four daughters, :Mrs. Blanche
SERVICE the lowest class for which go home to register? MoKlnney and (Mrs. Estelte'
he Is determined. to be eligi- Answer: No' You may regis Cox, both of Starke; :Mrs.
Questions-Answers ble. ter at. any of the more than Vada Pope Pensaeola, and
Class III-A Is a classification 4,000 local boards located Mrs. Delma Crews, Auburn-
lower than II-A under such throughout the country. Con- dale; two sisters, Mrs. Belle

Question: Recently I married Regulations sult the telephone directoryfor Boland, Fort Myers and :Mrs.
a widow with a child. At Question: I have been ordered the city where you are Nora Peacock, Tampa; a
the time of our marriage I to report for a prein- living! to determine the address brother. Berry; McCullougJh,
had a II-A occupational de- ductlon examination by my of the local board newest Fort ::Jlyer: 23 grandchildren,
ferment. Should I now be reclassified local board. What la the very you. By calling at that and eight greatgrandchildren.Funeral .
by my local board? minimum time I have before board you will be able to services were held -
Answer: 'Yes, If you are being Inducted? complete your registration at 3 p.m. Sunday In the Bran-
maintaining a bona fide relationship Answer: The minimum timeIs which will then be sent to the non Funeral Home chapel, BAYLESS HIGHWAY RAIFORD BAPTIST NORTHSIDE BAPTIST. GRAHAM BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST'
in your home with 21 days after your local local ''board having jurisdictionover I Lake Butler, with Rev. Merle BAPTIST CHXJnCH CHUKfCH CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH
the child. In this Instance, board has mailed to you a the area where your Packham officiating. Inter-
Sunday
your local board should con- Statement of Acceptability home Is located. The board to ment was In Mount Zion Swift Sunday School. 10 a. m.; Schedule of services: Sunday Schedule of services: Sunday School 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m
alder your case for classification [DD Form No. 621. which results which it is sent will always be Creek Cemetery near !Lake Morning Worship Service, 11 School. 10 a.m. Worship, 11 School, 9:43: a. m. Morn- Morning Worship, 11 a. m- Morning Worship 11 a. m.l
\ In Class m-A. providingyou from your ,prelnductlon your local board of jurisdic Butler. a. m.; Training Union, 6:30: a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Training ing Worship 10:45: a. m and 7 p. m.-Rev. Xeland A. Evening Worship 8 p. m.s

j submit evidence to substantiate examination tion. p. m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: Union, 6:30: p-m. Rev. Jack Training Union 6:45: p. m. Baker, pastor. Prayer Meeting Wednesday
such family rela Question: When 1 reach my Services Held p. m. Stolte pastor.KINGSLEY Evening Service. 7:43.: MidWeek Thursday Visitation. 10 8 p. m. Sing each Friday at,8
Drought Ends Prayer Meeting. Wed.. 7:30p. : Prayer Service Wed a. m. and 7 p. m. p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane, pas*
J. I For Louis HockerIn m.; O. A. Meeting, Wed.. LAKE nesday, 7:45: p. m tor. .

J DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home I With 4 Inch 7:30: p. m.; Choir Rehearsal BAPTIST CHURCH NEW RIVER BAPTIST -,
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Jones ChapelLouis Wed.. 7:30: p. m.; Brotherhood Sunday School 9:45: r.. m. SMYRNA MISSIONARY CALVARY BAPTIST' -
Sunday School 10 a. m. -
BAPTIST CHURCH
I STARKE PHONE 964-6200 I Rain Sunday meeting last MondayIn Morning Worship 11 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m.TralnlnA' Sunday School 10 a. m
I Hocker, 82, of Starke each month. Rev. David 8i.: W. Pratt St. Bundaa( :
Training Union 6:15
: p. m. Union, 7 Evening Morning! 11 m._
m. Worship
: services: Sunday School K 0 p. a.
I died Friday morning In a local Medelros, pastor. ,
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176 Bradford County's "long dry Evening Service 7:30: p. m. m. 11 Worship, 8 p. m. ,Training! Union 6:30: p. at-"
hospital after a short ill- :Midweek a. Preaching, a. m
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spell, which came close to HOPE BAPTIST cntrncnHlchway Prayer Service .
ness. He was born In Europeon Training Union 6:15 rrt Wednesday night service, Evening Service 7:30.: Prayer-
Wednesday 7:30 : p
Come
Rental Services I reaching drought proportions, : p. m.
I I was broken In a big way whenan Dec. 15, 1884 and was a [ 10. at Thsrtssa) let Us worship together. Evening Worship, 7 p. m,: 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome. Meeting, Wednesday, 7:3-: '
retired mechanic. -L. L. Parker pastor. p. m.-Rev. R. H. ButletJ;
.
Everyone welcome
i HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS average of 4.2 Inched of Sunday School 10 a. m. Eldei
his wife Lou- pastor.IIEILBRONN. -
Surviving ,
are PINE
LEVEL BATTIS'k T. C. Williams
24-hour pastor.
rain fen during a
ise Hocker, of Starke: one Morning Worship-11 a. m. CHURCH OF CHRISTSunday I
CRUTCHES period, from 8 a.m. Sundayto daughter, Mrs. Smith Devoe,I Training Union-6:30: p. m. Sunday School, 10 ,.. m --
8 a.m. :Monday Morning Worshii 11 FIRST PRESBYTERIAJt: Bible 10 BAPTIST
Stairke; one son.Edward Hocker Evening Worship 7:13: m : Study ,
Now River Fire Tower recorded of Clifton N. J.; a sister p.m. Pre-e rvtoa [Booster Ban. Sunday School, 1 9:43: a. to. a. m.; Morning Worship and Morning Sunday School w:43: a. a-i
4.90 inches during the Mrs. Helen Englert. of Roselle Wednesday Might 1"ayer Young People, ] and Prayw: Communion Service 11 a. m.! Wonwnlp, 11 a. arts
Morning '
Worship. 11
24-hour period, Louis Hill tdw/ N. J.; five grandchildren and Services 7:30: p. m. Rev. Service], a p. m. Evening a. m. Evening services 6:30.: I' Training Union. 8:30: p. mT
Serving Florida ''er at Highland was second two/ great grandchildren. Merle Packham' pastor. Worship. 7 i,. m. Midweek, Youth Fellowship 6 p. m. Wednesday Worship service Training Union 7:00: p. nC;;::
Since 1950 with 4.5 inches while Santa Funeral services were !held Choir Practice Wednesday', Evening Service: 8:00.: :Mld-
I Oerrioe. Wednesday.. 7SO 7 m. Minister Jack
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Fe tower measured 3.10. In Jones' I a p.1 week Prayer Service 7:30'
at 2 p. m. Sunday BETHEL BAPTIST CHUKCV p.m.
87 itli .
*> .. D. Bell. "
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+ a.iat L. Ramsey, -
pastot. m. WednesJay.
reaee p. ,
nar'r"e Only one woods fire was reported -' Memorial Chapel with Charles Rev Robert I). Buroh.
of the First Sunday School 10 a. m .
-. .. in the county during Reese minister wAn
VI M'"IM10'MMrs. the past week with 10 acres Christian Church officiating. Morning Worship 11 a. m -<

'burned. Since January there Interment was In Crosby Lake Evening Worship, 7:SO p. in -
have been 132 fires with 913 Cemetery under direction of Prayer Meeting 7:39: p. m -

Carolyn CordiallyEaves acres burned as compared DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Wednesday, R .. W. C investment In Your Future' eulesaatiwh
a i with 83 fires and 647.6 acres Home. Newman, pastor
Welcomes I [ burned during the same period

Representative Ph. 961-5812 You and Your I last year.James FIRST CHURCH METHODIST STARKE CHURCH OF GOD 'T'Emm e BRCM

122 N. Bay SC Family to Your McCullough Sunday Church School 422 N. Clair St. Starke. M

Starke New Home 9:45: a. m.; Morning Worship Sunday School; 10 a.-m.. Worship essasausYM,
I Services Held with( the children's choir], Services 11 a. m. and. 7 I

11 a. m.: Snack Supper for p. m. YPE Wednesday 7 p. m. .;..: ..
The State of Florida I MYF, 6 p. m.; MYF meetings Prayer Meeting Friday 7 p. 11
At Lake Butler @
6:30: p. m.; Christmas Cantata m.-.Rev. L S.- Williams past .., E ; -- <,
.
It Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and I I James McCullough 75, a 7:30: p. m. or. THE SPLENDOR OF THE -Jj. ::.:::. ..

I To Acquaint You With Your City. retired farmer and long-time {Monday Men's Club 7 ',r --- .
p.m.; :MYF Wesleyan Sub- NORTHSIDE!: BAPTIST' 11!
I resident of Bradford County, District 7:30: p. m.
C'C'k
Ii i If you are new in the area, a phone died Thursday, Dec. 7. in a Wednesday Junior Choir Located on BaywM: iflrtiway : '' M1' Snow fH and put a beautiful while f1'
(SR 333]1st Ralford RoM
3 Children's
\ Rehearsal p. m.;
call will bring you a prompt visit Starke hospital. Christmas party 4 p. m.; Bible [tSR IS]. Services: Hun4) blanket over the mountain, 'and evm !
:Mc-
A native of Georgia :Mr. Study and Prayer Meeting School 10 a. m. bunch before' this one I I. gone other will fall. :;
from local hostess. Please give had lived in the
your Cullough 7:30: p m.Thursday. i Mnmlnc: Worship 11 a, m It will become deeper and deeper until M: -

her a call! She has maps and many Sampson community of Brad- Chancel Choir Training Union. 6:30: p. m. the spring when it begin to melt and !1i!
.
ford County for 26 years. HeW Rehearsal 7:30: p. m.MADISON' Evening Service 7:39. Midweek
free and wonderful gifts for you S a memiber of the Hampton : Prayer Service. Wednesday provides life giving waters to many 11j ..

from local businesses Baptist Church CHRISTMAS STREET PROGRAMThe 7:30.: -Rev. Olenn Law. streams These streams meet with !M

Surviving are his widow Madison Street Baptist hon, paator. I lk. other arid become river and provide !11

Church Christmas Program e' water for Irrigation and !lakes through U?
MORGAN ROAD
will be held CHAPEL r' r" .
I Wednesday, Dec. I out our land.
r- 20 at 7 at the church.A ,
p.m. Sunday School 9::43:, MornIng =..'.<,..
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; :
number of well known
Worship 11. Training Un- Our Lord. nun hat Mid dial He win *:
Christmas carols, performed as ion. 6:15.: Evening Worship, :;:.f
JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY I a pageant, will be presented: 7:30.: :I give to any,that leek Him.."a well' :'

by the Sunday School depart Wednesday. Dec. 13 _The I Y of f water tptfnglngItfc. up iidiaaeflatiing. ::i1'
menU Park Lane .Baptist Choir will I whj ". -
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Following the program a present the Christmas Cantata M/ !
Auto Sales & Service MOTORCYCLES fellowship will be held In the "Night of Miracles.,. un- ,- ,-i f
PIANOSFor
educational building. Everyoneis I der the direction of Ofeorge T. Jc.
LANDROVER I invited to attend. The regular I Jones, 7:30: p. m. ....
Prayer Meeting will not c::::

The World's Finest in HONDA Musical AdviceC. be held.MADISON. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ''f*)

4 Wheel Drives MOTORCYCLES CARTER NICE STREET oI. .STAKKE

J Sold and Serviced l>y BAPTIST *ICIIURCH West Weldon St. and Ral- ; ::

f Roberts' Chevrolet 3033 ALL MODELS Sunday Sunday School, ford Road. U'II:
Green Cove Spring 9:43.: Morning Worship. 11. Sunday School: 10:00 a. m. .
: Jacksonville 2ftl06O3JEEP ; Youth Choir Practice 4::30. 11:00: a. m. Morndnd Worship. ; '")

Merchant Green Stamps Youth Choir Supper 5:45.: 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services: 7:00: I Rlrv !

Established 1948 Training Union, 6:15. WMU: P. m. EvangeUitlc.Services.\ ; .
Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M. Prayer Circle 7:15. Evening C. A. Services;. 7:30: p.m.: 'flu am* k *W. -' Vehicles! Chickering & Worship, 7:30.WednelldayoChulh. Evangelistic services. I ewM he..-...MM InovMgi... rf.11....* I jJ
Wagoner Station Tues., Wed., Thurs.. FrL Other Name Brands Christmas Wednesday: ,'::3. li.a.Mid-, II ..._..."........lor_Ie........ 1a ::)

rep Wagons Open BaitS A.M. 6 P.M. PIANOS CONN ORGANS Program, 7:30.: Week Prayer Meeting.. n to .MM.. ) !bra ty .lHta| Mi ml.>... WHhwlIWl I
Junior Pastor u ""' ffMFfltWf' hi lM. .MW tf....M(WWII. :.:
Thursday
a Jeep ITnlvenalaJeep .. 2031 Park Jacksonville 388-8519 Depart- : Rev. George Green<< :
ment Caroling Party, 7 Jr. eats w winy m *.1 4 lie wM. leer. ;;:
Gladiator Truck Closed Sunday & Monday p.m. ir .,.. ... .
Rev. Norman L. in- MORGAN' CHAPEL- g a' W b limhm Hdi wt M mIftt i'f::
Anthorlml Service Redkilng .
MOTORS &: CYCLES terim pastor. ,. 4w W. "MwMolh" fill*, liael..ti .:;
el Approved Part 4949 landing Blvd. PICTURE FRAMES Sunday School, 9:4n.: Morning o- .freeesMdpMldelwreeweId. ....u"p..5 {:::
9 4 Wheel Drive Z Wheel FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 11. Training whwi 1 s, ... Own hr.NM Mta W.KM mM- *MOwn :

Drive Jacksonville 771-8241 STARKE Union. 8:13.: Evening Worship. '.. ... ... WI .....,. ..,... ..... ........ I 1ar ;

EDDIE BLAND Sunday Sunday School, 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer Meet- ,...............11.. ............ :

MOTORS Inc. PICTURE FRAMING 9:45.: Morning Worship 11; Ing 7:30.: 1 r ("':" .' au bum 1 Mi, .ere. her <6MMI'I {1?)

W. ADAMSJACKSONVIUJC, MUSIC sermon "The Wise Men And -Sob I. Cooper paator.DEDAN' J'r ; ,' 1.;Ff. !hX'.r: "'. K***k..4 to.*. *",.flu.. 'In"*vMch.. f:#
659 PRINTS
884-7751 UNFRAMED Their Gifts." Intermediate GA ....... M ... kK.Mfc* SI S iliasrM rf ....
meeting at home of leader BAPTIST CHURCH ....
SPILLERS'GALLERY BROOKER .. .and t ti
Mrs. Ruth Reynolds. AssoclaUonal -
Parrish MotorsSALES
Carol Sing at Dedan I swear
Sunday! School. 19( a. m.
Paulus Music Co. Baptist Church, 2:30.: Training Morning Worship 11 a, m. TW Feature Published in the Interest of a Better
Union, 6:13.: : Christmas Cantata Training. Union. 6:30: m. Community by the Follow-.:
p.
SERVICE Band ,* String Instruments 1045 Park StIn Five Points "Night of Miracles" pre-
Evening\ Service 7:30.: Rev. fig Civic-Minded Business Firms
PARTS( I sented by Church Choir 7 p.m.
Lacy
Gibson Guitars A Amplifier fax 353-8551 'Monday RA meeting S Conway pastor, .. '

School SuppUlnaUuctlon p.m. Youth Choir. Practice, 7 SPECIAL: GOSPEL SINO' \ FAULKNER: Edwards STARKE BUILDERS
'
32 Years AM A Dealer SINCLAIR SERVICE ,Grocery &:
AT BOATDRAIN
Used Car p.m.Tu BAPTISTA
Always Good I. Roberts Recorder SEWING CENTER
sday Junior ,
Choir
special will SUPPLIES
Jacksonville, Gospel Sing Inc.
021 Laura St. Music Library-Expert Mkt. ,
._.. Phone 8M- 6M II. Repair Department Sunbeams,3:30.: Primary Choir... be held( at the Boatdraln'J3a.p-' -U.HAUL RENTALS
4 p.m. tist,Church at. 7:30 Sat Ae Hardware
: "'In. 1\ _. featuring
!Truck Trailer Groceries Meati
'Wednesday Chuncbwide --Feeds
BEAUTY ACADEMY I 41 W. Monroe St. H.&N. urday. Dee: 16, with the Lov- Complete Paint Suppliesand
Jacksonville S5A-447, Carol Sing follow*! by fellow ett Brothers'and 'other' groups Complete Lubrication Gas & Oil Sporting! Good
: 'SEWING CENTER ship and refreshments In recreation participating m the' old-faah- '
'
American -
Minor aIJgCE WITH usZ19 FIB8'r"
8319 Beach Blvd.Jacksonville room 7 pjn. Please, toned gospel 1 singing. Everyone Tune-ups Ph. 9645.312.Starke. ,. Fla. '

Hairstyling 898-8091 1967 Singer basket bring gift for suitable some needy to help family.fill cordially' incited..' v ;:709.S.:Warnut Ph. 964-5899 Washington. St. 964- 37O

Academy Thursday Weekday Bible, BOATDRAIN BAPTIST:
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Auto Zig Zag .
21 W. MONROIIS"ACKSONVILLE Class, 10 a.m. Visitation 7p.m. CHURCH--..STAKKESunday' -DOYLE "CONNER'Insurance { Lawson Meat Market
S5 -91S91I ;
/a.m.
School, 10
OPTICIAN Like New AND COLD STORAGE
Morning Worship, 11, '..m. Agency '
I RiversideHairstyling' Church Of Jesus Christ Of Training Union- 6 p.m. Eve- OF STARIf E, INC: W. RpecUlc! In Custom Slaughter.!
Console :Model makes fancy designs Latter-day Saints ning Worship 7 p.m.. Prayer 8-A-V-E lug Cutting a''Wrapping.

stitches monograms,, [418 East Call St.] Meeting, Wednesday l'' p.m. With Your Mutual :Agent U.s. 301 NORTHPh. Prepared For Deep Frenw

overcasts, sews on buttons,, Services:
Academy make button holes & blindatltches. Priesthood 8:45: : SundajSchool Adjustable Vinyl Beot I 222 N. Tempi Ph. 964-7369 964-7600 Starke, Fla. PHONE 864-7059
2659 PARK ST.
10:00: Sacramenl t
388-8537 No attachments Coven. All size 10 cent _
JACKSONVILLE //ROFCSSIOMAL' OPTICAL 11:00.: !
Accredited COMPANY. Demonstrators $64 or $8 per Branch President at The Telegraph. VICKERY GARAGE BAUN'S' GULF

Qualified Instructor mo. Call lax 771-1850 Dean Hansen, 964-4378. .FLORIDAEST
Modern Styling S Prescription J'WecIGI 528 S. Walnut St.
e Broken Lenses LupUcr..ede U. & N. Sewing Ctr. SERVICENEXT
Classes <*<
Monthly That'8 Our BusinessCALL Phone 961-6022 >
"Where' tomorrow's stylists Artificial Eyes GLASS
are trained" e Eyewear Specialist Complete Automotive TOI10UDA .

.. :213 1034 Laura Park St.St. Jax Jax 850-5595 334-318 WESTERN STORE WRITE or VISIT. REPAIRSFor [ Y INNU. x \ YOMTROIJZ'

FOR ANY GLASS NEED
ELECTRIC MOTORS Every Need S. 301 NORTH > OOMIOU. CO.

PHOTOGRAPHERBARNETT'S LITTLE DUDE We Design Modern Store Fronts ALTERNATOR SERVICE Phone 961-5310

Western Store Just Mail Us A Pattern For
Peavy Brothers 539 E. Call St. Starke. Fla..

Electric Co. "Wher' You'll Find Everything Table TopsSHEA'S Charley. E. Johns BRADFORDABSTRACT *Phone 964-5745 for FREE -

ELECTRIC MOTORS : For the Horse Inspections & Estimates
Commercial and Portrait Agency
Enthusiast"Western GLASS CO.
Sold-5ervlced-Repalred Generators-Starter* Photography Clothing Leather- 111 1. Walnut Ph. 964-B070 Company Hurst Shell Service
I Frames & Custom Framing r
I Alterations goods Saddles and Trailers "If It's Glass We Hare If GENERAL! INSURANCE 158 W. CALL ST. CARL HURST

Armature Rewinding 1938 Blandln Blvd. Charles A Sharon Petty 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2-4353 Wehedy Bat Nobody ITndmoUa Hwy. 301 & 100 Ph. 964-611
I I 902: 80.!' Rdcnwomi' Ave _. Jha ::
(1.dq Agency 3larke;
4044 Lenox: Ave. JaUiionl0!| IUH-14'. j Fin. Ph. 961-6881 MS B. WatMC Stan*
: t. Jacksonville! 387-2328: Jacksonville' 381-121

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SAVE 4 USDA GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN TEMPTINGLY TENDER PLEASINGLY PLUMP I '



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DEPARTMENT OF )
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18 LBS. L 1 0-14 t

L: r,1& UP _F LBS 1-'/..;"--r.!
RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD f
QUANTITY THRU DEC. I/
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OOD STOATS :'

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Reg. 73t 1-Lb. Can Limit One Coffee Your Choice W/$5.00' Order I
I ICHRiiTN45 I I I II I

"*1 irR J CHASE & SANBORN 48 d.oz. NESCAFE I .

INSTANT COFFEE 89* 10:
l-' Reg. 794. 1-Lb..,. Can Limit One Coffee Your Choice'.''W/S5.00'Order 8-oz. DECAFE
INSTANT COFFEE $1.49 10*

,,' ASTOR COFFEE 38 8-01.1 12-ci.CAP POSTRAISIN N CRUNCH,BRAN . 39* At .

$ CEREAL :. . 37* 2*.
2.29 AJiD lIP Reg."'45* 24-oz. ', limit 1 Cooking Oil of Your:Choice W5.00' Order 10 Ot CARNATIONINSTANT MILK $1.09 4.* ,

ASTOR OIL 35 % 5-ox EGG RONCO NOODLES 2/29* 2(* l
HAlYtlSON Green $ .*. Whit 2.4 3Lb. THRIFTY MAID LONG GRAIN. '
FANCY RICE . 43* 2d12oz : t\.
R.guk>r 39* .20oz. HUNTS TOMATO 24-oz, ALL VEGETABLE .. Limit 1 Cooking( Oil.of Your Choice W/$5.00 Order PETER PANPEANUT ;.
BUTTER 43 2
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Tom. Catsup 3i.ti / 1. WESSON OIL 39, Quarts MAYONNAISE 15Vi-o KRAFT. LIBBYSLOPPY . 69*>! 4a- "I'4

: ft fCons VAN CAMPS VIENNAFUflulor O JOES . 65* 4*.
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1 SWEET POTATOES 23*, 4*. ,
1 1WK
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DETERGENT 39i DISINFECTANT . 89* 10*.
25<..No. 303"Cam ,.:CS & t ALL SEGO & METRECAL .
DIET DRINKS . 29* 2*
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Reg. 63*..PILLSBURY. .Limit .1 1 With A $5.00 Order 2Lb. DEL MONTEPRUNES.
Corn 5/$1./ . 73* 2<* ,
e 18-ox. KELLOGGS .
ftotgular 21< /No. 2 Can VAN CAMPS FLOUR 5 BAG IB. 49? BRAN BUDS . .39* 4*f 1!
B-oi HERSHEY ,4
Pork & Beans 61.1. CHOCOLATE . 43*: 2(*.
/ Rig. 49_..Qts. DEEP SOUTH.Limit 1 W/$5.00 OrderMAYONNAISE 1-ox. ASTORLEMON .
EXTRACT 33* 2*
2< off..Regular. 27f .'AURORA I 39 l-oz. WAKES UP THE FLAVOR
ACCENT . '. 31* 2
Bath Tissue. 231 t 0

SUNNYLAND
Regular' 4911<12-oi. SWIFTS'''


Prem O . 39, Smoked Picnics .. lob 39IL .w "!
Regular 2/27/ *.,No. 303 Can THRIFTY MAID

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> USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED BEEF BONELESS
Regular 33* ., No.: 2Vi Cant THRIFTY MAID

Steak LB. 98USDA WINNDIXIEGUARANTEE w'S.CH ;, ;
Peaches 3/89/ y 0 .. '. ,

CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED CLUB OR ,
Sav. 204 BAR.BA.SOL'Shave

Cream 581CRANBERRIES Sirloin Steak 1.8. $1..09 To our customers. '., 4'..';.'*.,

USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF SIRLOIN TIP OR When buying beef for your family we, at Winn-
Dixie know that you wont the finest available... 1'J+ i
Rump Roast. o o LB. 98, That's why we make certain that all the .beef>you'} !' ;.
INSPECTED "
purchase at your Winn-Dixie Store has been "
LI. 39, W-D BRAND LEAN BONELESS BEEF GRADED USDA CHOICEw.
& PASSED & ,
Stew': by the United States Deportment of Agriculture.! ,.
WEET. DELICIOUS LB. 29 Stew 781 j.
So when you buy beef look), for this shield. It' S
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STRAWBERRIES Pis. ; W-D BRAND BRAND BEEF W-D BRAND GROUND.Plus 100 Free Stamps w/Coupon guarantees that the beef you buy is the best available i I.*: ";;
U. S. No. I REGULAR 20 'Ib. Baoj 75* and the finest food for your family. Don't

POTATOES .1Oa39, Ribs. LI.491- Beef- 5 & $199 1 settle for less. 'J

LARGE HEADSFRESH
LETTUCE 2 HEADS 39j FROZEN FOODS I
ALL FLAVORS SUPERBRAND /'
8-oz. Pkg MORTON CHICKEN. BEEF. TURKEY

TOMATOES FLA. VINE-RIPE 2 49 MEAT PIES : .. 5i.8oz. / ICE CREAM f. ,,

YOUNG TENDERPOLE Pkg MORTON' S SPAGHETTI & MEAT 0

BEANS 2.Lls. 39; MACARONI & ,CHEESE 51./ '

PURPOSE BAGAPPLES MORTON MINCE MEAT OR

ALL .. 5. G 59* MORTON PUMPKIN PIES . 31./ GALLON HALF 59* ;4



SWEET.ORANGES JUICY .. 5 B'G 49; HONEY .BUNS .. .: 41./ III

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I !SFfTIOV: TWO PAGE nn.inronn COITNTY TF.I.F.OI'\rJl, STARKB. n.ouinv __ _H.. TIIVRS1)dYIEC.. 14 1967
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POST OFFICE OPEN ton Service. berg. denani, ><1. an l for .an ordor -. THIS NOTirifl( shall be pubIlnlu I *'I 1i,"'rry :Sin' <-t'( ;T41! ..rkFlut, ,,,r MILt <'"tirt of Bradford County.MtirMtt .
THE RIGHT POINT for the Prepare the legume for It.harlka..1 Adjustable Vinyl Boo. terminating. the adnlnlsiration. .. .(l tuiue ..afh week for four I Ititi'ndf,* !t., i ntflfilt'with '.,, t In sahl tuiinf | Rurki-. I IClllnifton. sole I
ALL DAY SATURDAY ,'I cunMHt'ii,, tl vo woukH In tile Urucl- Ih.t< Irk "T '|1... fln-uit i 11-4 4tchc IS-I8
the way loll write. Come III, : Let's GoGardening by mowing the lawn Covers All Sizes 30 e..1s caAt leI Leon Ko"enh..r* ford County Telegraph, n newspaper i I .nvner.
and elect tavorUe F,3 The Starke Postofftce will then waiting: a few days to The Telccraph.JMOTICF1. EXECUTOR of general circulation. In

your will be open all day Saturday, allow the cocky plant to peepa 11/30 4t li/21 KtHi-ke. Uradford. County, Flor I

TERBROOK fountain pen. |I Dec. 18. to accommodate:, blade or so higher tlurto the ('oVitTrolt ida.Dated this. 27th day of Novuuibvr -

TELEGRAPH' i i Christmas mailers. lawn grass.. | ire COUNTY IIIIADKUIIU JlinOK'H;:COUNT; 11107.ORAL.. .

The next step Is to mix I will not be affILIated with W'LDUil)41. I CIIAUI.KM) A. DAHDT. Clark 301 DriveInSHOW
IN KM: Estate of Emma
equal parts of 2-4-D and 2-4- the B & J Income Tax Service Pearce Hill, der..aed Circuit Court:
llervey Bharpe ISdltori Hv Ueulalt AT. Moody, Deputy
By 8-T. Then dampen' the business after December 14. 1967. Notice Of Filing Putltlnn Fur
POSSIBLE NEW COURSES FOIl TilE Clerk
lurid Agricultural &a- ut AclmlnlntruTo -
Final Discharge
end. of a 3-iruch paint brushIn Charles C. Johns, 11/30 4t 12/21
HKADPOK1MJNION AUEA VOCATIONAL. ......oa HervloaCreeping the solution and skim the ,
Route I. Box 33, Starke Fla. To All Whom It May Concern: IlEGINS AT SUNDOWN
TECHNICAL CENTER IN STAKKE I tops of the pest plants. Uae 12-14 4t 1-. Notice I I. hnrby. given that. we III 0'1'11'']
''beggarweeds In have riled our final. returns asco.adminisirators NOTICE 1H ilEIUCar Q1VRN ADMISSION: Adults 15e, Students 60c
touch the
,I lawns lire like debts they care not to grass. of the eatateof that the unilarnlirnvd. desiring Children Under 12 Free
The courses that may be offered in second i are to obtain but almost One little slip may singe the In The Circuit Court Of TfuKllthth Emma Pearce Hill deceased. t easy
Circuit Of Florlda. the tictitlutia. /STAIIKTO
to a frostbitten tan. : Judicial that we have filed our petition name of !
phase construction of the vocational center will Impossible t'o get rid of. grass J...Ana For Bradford Coun for final dl.hartr. and that we. ICE COMPANY, 82U North
.Some gardeners choose late FRL, SAT., SUN. DECEMBER 15, 16, 17
greatly the reaction to The Most attempts to banish thetroublesome ty.'Caaa will apply to the
depend upon surveys. fall \.'" do the Job. Their: excuse No. SI 4 A. Ynwn. Honn.abl"l."h..ron Double Feature Program
following courses 'al'e "being considered. Place a"I" I legumq Is like i U that you get a better BLANCHE T. REVELS, of Bradford County. Florida. on
borrowing money to pay off all Plaintiff, December 18. 1967 at 10:00: a. m. : FLORiDATHEATRE ADMISSION: $1.00Office
by your first choice' and a 2" by your second d bts. Sooner or later: you discover kill late in the growing uea- vsOROVF.R for approval of the same and I
Choice and mall to Ted Ogleaby Director. If you I son. The real reason Is that EUGENE REVELS: for final. discharge a* oo- admlnlatratore -
that have big
you as Defendant.; or the estate of
prefer call the office 964-6150 and state your a crop of beggar'ii-llce as you they can blame a few slips NUTirn OK Rl'ITTo Emma pearce' Hill daoeaied.November .
of the paint brush on .acK ( Revnla
choice. with.Beggarslice. ? rover Kufft" n 20 1107
began
Frost.If Hotel Zlnaondort slUraydon. Tones
are the small W .. W. H. JONES:
your 'bifocals oour North Car..llnaTOU OKAVDON JONESCo.Adminietratore
or brown
These courses may be offered to adults as stick-tight green nerves won't allow you to zero ARE HBRRBT NOTI- of the|
flat seeds thai? plaster any- FInD that an action for divorce. estate of Emma Pearce Hill '
well an high school students. This is not a regis- thing they contact. Including in on the wavy line of legume ,'r has been flied against. you and deceased Sho'rrtbDe--Wftkdaya 7

tration but a choice preference survey. socks, ladles hose, pants' cuffs, leaves, perhaps you had best you' are required ,to'' ..rva .a THOMAS PIERCE: I' Sunday 3:00: Saturday 1
discard the large paint brush copy or your written defenses, 20H Southeast Sixth Street
and tabby eats: method. If any. to It on Eugene F. Fort Lauderdale, Florida. 83901
Industrial Drafting The creeping (Ibeggarweed and use fne dab Shaw Attorney for plaintiff Attorney for. Co-Admlnlatratora FRI., SAT. DEC. 15, 16SlruA1JRA
Vocational'
For dabbing select a tiny whoaa'uddr. la. -121 South Walnut 11/23 4t 12/4
thrives on attacks by lawn- dime Htrest. Stark. Florida l andfile
water-color brush a '
Auto Body and Fender Repair mowers since the main runners will do. The idea is to I the original I with the Clerk In The County Jailer r..iirl OfHradfurd :
sneak along the ground below size of the shovestyled Court on or and Office Machine Operation I reach down Into the grass and before January &. 19DH other. ,
Bookkeeping the whirr of the mower wlem. Judgment 'may be> entered Probate No.
blades. apply a mere half-drop of the I .acalnat. you for' the relief In Re: Eatate of Damon Doll DIE fiUlKEq,
Ornamental Horticulture killing solution to each beg- demanded. In the complaint. Demeaned.NOTICE.
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Digging out the plants by TO CREDITORS
hand and the
WITNErtS r
garweed runner. my All creditor of the estate of
Ole roots Is a sure cure. But. cent of aald. Court Ion SOthNovember. RUllrum
Cosmetology r thechemJ.calll
If you are afraid to use Damon D..II. deceased are hereby
this Is almost a career-type but 1987. notified and rnqulrrd, to file
on your yard ChARLEs A. ARDY
Radio and TV operation. It might be easierto any claims or demands which
Repair
chemical control. want first-hand experience AH CI.ICHK!: OF SAIl) they may have against said ...
COURT
consider
In the office\ of the County -
anelgh'bor tate
can persuade .
Homemaking for Gainful Employment WARNING: Chemical control perhaps you Hy\ : Virginia .F. Darby Judge of Bradford, County
to Initiate a beggar. Aa Deputy Clerk1Z7
In the Court Ilnime at
Is only for gardeners who Florida.
: 4t 11-11
weed banishing program. By Starke! Florida within six .,..1-
Distributive Education (All phases!' of live daringly and who are will- mistakes ---.... .ndurmDntll.> .. from. date of the
his you
Sales and Management) 'Ing to take a chance. watching should be able to discover a INVITATION hId; *' will FOIl be BID4Rnaled receivedby IfHt publication claim or demand of this miiHt notice.hjuoh ben _iuwvlwni.550 STAM.IV. QtXmtuneiMHofitninMlliyMA MANM. ...by5105YJ. 'UNI/ '!
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Other: __ __ __ ._ __ _______ ___ __ 'I Chemical that will spell near perfect chemical' killing the Kta.ka ''O"lf. and Country referred writing and must .state A hearse INTCRPftlUa' PRODUCTION1ECI1IJCOLO"'TfCIINISCOpt" CUI'PORD m
doom to 'beggaiiiveeds are a that is harmless to Club. Inc., (. hereinafter place of reHld"nc e und punt' .
technique the ... Freie2EI PIUS.
"Owner" for
brush to a. the ) 'Ice adcl. of the claimant th"j
mixture of weed and lawn grass. construction of additional lm must Ite sworn to by the .. .
killers, according to Dr. E. In. there Is no gullible provemanta to the exlatlnig club ant. his aaent or hi.. ,.
A tie* that may in summer wear. W. McElwee} horticulturist; case neighbor then do fuollltlea. on or before !l:00: o-' or It will become void .according,! SUN., MON.. TUES. _
her hair guinea pig clock P.. M. Kaetern Standard'FIvne to law.
of robins in
A nest wlfti the Agricultural Ex ten- your practicing In a hldd..neorn.er on Tueailay Dui-ember It.IWH7 /*/ Robert Dell DEC. 17, 18, 19 "pa' 4.
Just be at the Club Hones of theOwner BOldER DELL: .
I of your yard. near. Htarke. Florida on Executor of the Estate of Damon '
NOT THIS ONE! prepared to cover up your mistakes State Houd No. 2:10: at which Dell, dareaaed.Ouirftne .

\ BUT with strips of ,sdJ from time. ,and and place lead all aloud.bids. will b.op..n.d ,,.EllUKNN.F.. F./Shaw! HMAW' ?i Chiller of I I _

the nearest nursery. The work to be dope hall 122 Mouth Walnut Street
consist of the following: fltarke, Florida the year!
-r- .,- I .. Construct two 41)- Tennis Attorney foe Kxecntor THE!
; This. tree like many others' TilE RIGHT POINT for the Court :.NOV. 30 4t 11/21* DPtR -
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.1! In Itrudford. County hut. IHKIIKtlflril fray you write. Come in 1. tonatrurt Mh.<1. one one(I) ((1)tlolf Maintenance Cart I I FROltlI !

I nlleiitly ttld| .slowly I It.y and select your favorite ES: Hhvd, and ,un. adilltlnn to the cc.istiner. 10 The Circuit t....... Of Florid "p'I
Spanish, !U....". public en-I :. '.. l Pro"l'hp Kllhlll': JuillrlNl I Ircull la Anil OaJ# fountain
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TERBROOK pen. ... Pot Hradforil S
a" CuuiKr.an. .
No. 1 of beautiful 'iif'AIf1i41 3. ConktrticF iT fnpl re I rrt<< 0050the50bect JUNI ..
.a.
rmy .
_ nluuln. and nut .Ix-arlng trrwi.Vlmiul .-....... / TE EORAPH. cluillna lion and; 10"Hprlnklcr, well, pump System.and
._ proof that ('IInI'V.' ) Plaintiff va. I.ulia Schneider: 1Motiofl
4. Selected. regarding of eslat Defendant.
I Crystal Clur STARKE Ins 9hole Onlf Course NOTICE OK SUIT I I 0qihle
___ p .' ShltterPfOCl'' PII\tlc .. Inelajlatlon. of "Quick- To: LUBA HCHNRIDKR.: whose I AWARNIR IROl-KViN MT1 MlfASf ( :: pictU' '
Moss -
Spanish ) Wall" partition In existing. rentdtnce and ad
KILLS TREES I ;,Only MAKES YOUR HOME BUSINESS! club s.' house Improve, eslatlnK. parking -lie-an.' 'YOU, Madison ARE NOTIFIED Heights. that Mich-a *( ,Monster off word, the 1' :

lNTEBTICHtLan. lot.Rach_ bid must be.. accompanied Complaint for Divorce has. been COMCO'S c
\\3 3. : I ) DIRECTORY by a certified i-heok or bid filed against" you .and you arerequired the year! Ho HUOHY. '
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'ft. i Spanish! Mossi must! Ibe controlled bond made payable. to the to serve a copy of youranawer FOUNT IrII :
fl., nnrr36'wIds Owner and" to the Far- or pleading to tile complaint ., _
_ ) now while trees are murm Home. Administration In on plaintiffs. attorney hen 4 -
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A. /. Adklna, Jr., Ill' H W.
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I".f'':; ': 1: . 1amoll"t Third Street Ualnenvllle. Florida
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has been by .. "t AUTO UKPAIRS "/0) oC the total amount of
purchased .
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--.-..- the bid. .. and file the original, anawer 11)1 Ei
Florida Pest Control & A performance and payment or pleading In the office

This phofo Court at /Starke! In Bradford
cent 0' ,the Contract Price
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the Spring. Notice the flOIWowne. and farmers of this ?, ) per .
KINDS OF wtll be required. from the auoci County Florida, on or before
ering shrubs and spreading' menace another step bythfa Breezeways AUTO REPAIR WORK >H.ful bldilvr. the 30th day' of December. 19K7.( _
The Owner the right If you fall. to do ao, judgmentby
foliage I I of neighboring company to 'be of better Guaranteed. reserves
All Work to.relort any or all blda default will' be taken -
plants. service to you. Cut With ShMrs Phone 064-70011' ) copies of tber ,ConatruntonPlana BKalnat you for the relief demanded AU .4
t Tick Over Screens No. Walnut Starke p.' ltW.'QIIR j and Contract In, the _Complaint.

I Document may be obtained ---.-. -_. ---. ---. .. ..
DOr4'T I IT Gtnuint FLEX-O-GLASS It thf only from the office of Harrla -. -f-1, :-:'"" -=-: T-- : =.:. -- : -T-:: -" -- -- --.: ---:----- Th.
TAKE AUTO SERVICE H. (Green Conaultlna; KnKlneer.
CHANCES! 9645745PLAY plastic window material that carries 107 Weat Unlveralty
12 guarant...Tha name Avenue, aalnesvllle, Florida. A
year the I Gilbert S. Brown 1 ,i-harare of lit.00 will, be made
FLEX-0-GLASS ii prlntid on
DIAL TODAY for each sot of Plans Hpeolflcatloni AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYLADIES I
idg f ler four protection. \Standard Oil Service Station and- Contract Documents.
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FIODJOA( PEST CONTROL ,.S,, IwireAUml. ".,I'.,.. ATLAS I rafomled.f, \. nq.>ne-of,. ,which-will' ?' .be'

;_ ..*,'wh.,. TIRES ft BATTERaEflR Perspective. bidders may examine -
....,. office, .
these plan' at in --- --
1109 E. (PALL ST. & CHEMICAL CO. C.-'I',w.Aa.ffi.r...... ".J.'J ps.a."M'..'1fl4L ...- lK t Phone Term*964-7071 Road' Service I or Starke(Harris Uolf III.and Or..n Country or at Club the I AUTO SALVAGE .

WEAR
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Start
407 N. Temple .
Stacks Uolf A. Country Club "
Inc. : ELECTRIC MOTORS

Ben Mnl..y., )>'''.Ict.nt. BRASINGTONCADILLAOOLDS1fO Cherry'sGainesville's
HURST'SSHELL -'11/SO !at 11/1 Hancock Office

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la The CeuBir-Jmlne'e ('..ar. IAad .' ILE ELECTIUCMotor Most Fashionable ,

Service Station For" Bradford. Ci:.>ua<,.. Kl 1.- Inn. Address For Ladles EquipmentSmith.CoronaAuthoelzed
Keep 'warm 1.1.! DRESSES-SUITS-COATS:!

Over million Floridians are.enjoyinr Gals. Oils Lubrication PROBATR 1'1.' I-'I"'T"' Repair Co. MATKKNITY:
a In He: Blatat ...f HAMtlEIHO8ENBKRQ SALES!: A SERVICEFine : : WEARA'CIIMSORIES
Goodyear Tires. &: Batterle : akSAM ROtfKNBBRd. : :
'round comfort Selection 0' Coed fan:
year because
ROAD SERVICE: Unceaned.Notice .
7 W.
Of Uulnemllle, I University. Gainesville
air conditioning is the Stark. or inline Final Return .. Taken. On CadUlau Trade. ua. Dealer
t Reverse-Cycle 100
his I win TP T_ SOl and And Petition For Final
LI safest cleanest, cheapest way to heat Discharge Of Bxecutor.. Etc. 1001 N.W. 13th. Kt. 441 RepairingRewinding; MEN'S I WEAR "
Clary Victor--Totallla
METAL WORK Notice la hereby given that I
and cool their homes. have filed. my final return. asExecutoror PHONE 878-S301' New and Used
!: tne estate of Ham STAG 'N DRAG Adding Machine. Calculator
THOMPSONSheet uel Koaenhera dec...*.". that I WORK GUARANTEED
COO I ext Gives you constantly freshened have flluit. my petition for. dl*- Florshelm Shoes. SALE3SERVICERENTALaSAVE !:
trlbutlon and for final dlcliarve .-
Metal WorksAll
filtered air in a quieter more and termination of admlnl CRANEL1NCOLNMEHCUUY Phone 372-8318 Pao Pluma Sulta 'TIMPi
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Types Metal Wor.._ tratli.>n. and that on January Ladies Sports Wear Pac_ you
healthful l home!
4. 19US( at 10:01): A. -
I I! Heat & Air Cond. clock I will{ apply to. the Mifoo : ) Arrow Dress Shirt requirement with .us first.
summer) and the orable. Theron A. Tawn., Jude
unit
t One compact saves space Systems InstalledRd. of th* aliove' Court for approval AutliorU Sale A Service Farm and Industrial IS 'v. University. Gainesville 528 N. 1\1.....' St. Galn evUIPhone.
extra cost of separate heating and of said Final. Return, anti
16 E. Ph. 964-5723 Order of Distribution, and for 606 B. Unlverelty Gainesville Equipment ]MOBILE HOMES: 370-6551'
cooling systems. Final Discharge aa Executor!: othe '
.: %. Will of Samuel RoaonMoney .
Phone 372-42OX I
: : Flameless electricity eliminates fumes, MUSTANGMobile

: ,.. .';& smoke, soot and odors. No fuss no Crane's Imports Santa Fe Tractor, Homes Inc. PAINT & GLASS

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: muss..just for year 'round comfor Valve (Mereedee-Beni) .
\ '" Inc. Gainesville'' Discount Mobile
) \; as like it..winter or summer. I
j you II
.. r FIAT-UIIJLMAN I Home Soles Lot. Liddell Paint &
I. ,; See electric air-conditioning Purchase discounts on entire
your 2201 N. Main Gainesville FORDFarm
chain
guarantee huge savings.
.. 1' \ "on tractor or applianco dealer today! I Glass Co.

., Ptoon 372-4373 I Tractors & Implements NEW MOON CAPELLA _
: .if I : I PACEMAKER
: Ford Industrial Equipment KTANIZB PAINTS
Used
Mobile Homes Low
Beauty Academy
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: OJ.t USED EQUIPMENT Priced. With approved credit ,Glese,-Mirrors\ Sliding Door
low aa $100 down.

POWELL'S SALES PART SEKVICB 4820 f N.W. 13th St. 441 North Tub EnrJoaurea-Shower: Door

PICK UP &; DptL1VE'RYHS8 Ualnmvllle S111-1S-I
CALL COUJCUT) -WindoweAwntng.crp.4.Waflpaper.Storefroni ..

eed Beauty Academy N.W. Sixth Gainesville MOVERS


Learn a Profession In Your Phone 370-2348
ConcultatKuu

Spare Time. Full or Part Time Long instance Moving
for Local Drayage 118 N.W. HUUtenth 8$.

DAY KVKNINU CLASSES GARDEN SUPPLIES Storage Packing -{prating :'''( AiTEsVUi.E 372SIWLSEWING '

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Shipping .
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Low Tuition Terms .
FREE ESTULVTES CALL

; 4 Christmas ShoppingGet 319 N.W. 10th Ave. HILL'S MOVING MACHINES

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GalaeevWe 378-2764 Johnson & Fans! Inc. & Storage, Inc. "-

National Sewing
Cash IMMEDIATELYFROM CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST Complete Line of 35-10 N.E. Waldo Kd. .*

Gainesville 372-4271 .
I SEEDSPLANTSIne.ucUcidemPet! Machine Co., Inc.

I MUSIC

$25 TO $600We TIIAT ALL YOUR I SuppliesFERTILIZERS ) New Home.. Pfaff Nelco '

CONCHETH PKODCCT8 '
Lipham Music Co. Universal .Sowing Machine

Are Trained To You ARE: TUB: BEST ""ROMEdward' .
Help
'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Gainesville Shopping Ctr. ,18&1..11;, : Service

., THERE'S NO MATCH FOR With Your Money Probems! Building 224 K.W. 8th Ave. 110 372-53A3' N..*r1y-4J.wuUn1ts t ;. J3: monthly
FLAMELESS ELECTRIC N. W. 10th Avenue

...it;1"s cheeper tool Authorized Term Available
Inc. PHONE 372-0476 Budget
L.1; Open Wednesday Afternoons Till 5 ,Supply,

From Now Until Christmas. tIe Ualaeavllle, FJa.b. Baldwin Pianos & Organs) 811 W.' Vnlmrmlty.' GaloesTllI
8. MalDS724814GAINESVILLE.
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Guitar
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Gibson Goya
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