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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 21, 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, DEC. 21, 1967 NUMBER TWENTY-8IX


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A rash of forged and worth- .
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P
iI ]lessc hecks 1 is hitting local Disaccred itation
w, merchants In the rush of

Christmas shopping, the Brad-
rI ford Sheriff's Office reported

: I : : : Wednesday In urging more
; care in, cashing checks, for per- Curriculum ,

j sons unknown In the store.
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; Three forged checks, each ShortcomingsArc
written for 49.75. were cashed i

; by local merchants Wednesday Big ReasonBy
afternoon. Deputy Sheriff
:
Dolph Reddish reported.' One
,
merchant? who cashed a bogus '" Dave> Ifoiner

t check was given $10 of his
There is a definite possibility
own money back as a down
payment on a purchase, a ruse n that Bradford
I / often used to inspIre confidenceIn .r County High School will

the cashier. be disaccredited by the
yew Apparently a professional Southern Association of

la operating In the area, ,Colleges and Schools effective
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Deputy .Reddish
( says. academic year
The deputy stressed that the 1971-72 according to O.

going; Sheriff's Office is not attempt. C. Wilson, Florida com-
ing' to tell which Pt
anyone
mittee member of the
As
checks] fo cash.' But he urged .
that merchants check and sociation. S

write down Identification' given .. a.....-. .rr -.. .:. ..... ,Wilson, who loot week con..

them by the endorser Deputy The tax collector's office ha been ducted an on-site evaluationof
a busy place a* J. R.
the facilities and academic
Reddluh said that checks
Kelly and his secretaries work to break down timber taxes
should not be cashed unless program at BIAS,. stated In atelephone
the endorser Is known. to charge parcel by parrel.. Here Kelly mid Loretta Aferrlttstruggle Interview Wednesday

< An automobile tag number with Ilayonier's 123 parcels. ; It took them three d P. that. "unlesa steps are taken
to correct major dJscrepanCle.at )
: la one of the moat valuable
CCA Only Holdout ? Bradford High School, there
< pieces of information the
la a strong possibility that the
Sheriff's Office needs to tracea
school will be disaccredited.: "
> now 49 per cent com forger, Reddish says. Other I
and Hills told the credentials, such as driver's BHS Principal, Jim Temple
4 Timber noted that the dlsaccredltatlon
licenses or draft card, can be CompaniesPay
process would actually begin ,
but metal license
forged not a
appears to.be. on next year. The school would be .
no doubt at all it will plate.. officially warned during the
: down to the extent Deputy Reddish stressed that County $60,000Checks 1918.69 term, placed. on 'probation ,
two alternates any information' received from during 1970-T}. and finally
the customer should be writ-
disaccredited the ,fonosh'lag .' "
.
: fen down so It can he relayedto
the Sherlff'a Office after from four timber firms totaling $60,831 year.
said he warni'f
and 'WashLn ol\ Temple surprised
and Road. Bout the check bounces. Many have arrived at Tax Collector J. R. Kelly's office since at the'anoclatlo8)
Colley : !
; : are that material times merchants' look at Identification last'Fridayi Dec! 15, leaving Container Corp, the only; flnd1nn.ork'.t.h.lIa..i, .. '..
project will cost 6008. bat, faIL to write It fir.rtJ: : '8 nt contesting, Bradford's tax bills. ": t ; ; "ot EE' a'self.-
said. He suggested the down, the deputy says. then, With their 'payments over evlllJ\\O( i program eondueted
) ;,, ) \ : : :: find"the' money and ear- can't.,remember.things .like the. the ''jMUifVw! rretfoiMr's other by ,the facultiLlndpdngtujstra< -j
It for ifs one-third number on a driver's licenseor firms Rayonler, OwensIllinois begalI last Friday when bon last year we kn.w'that'
($2,000)). of the project. a selective srvlc number. Oilman Paper,'and Nelson Owens-Illinois paid Kelly's: office serious problems existed ,M.
Tucker's motion the Lack of such Information lathe Blocker, have now paid all $2. Ol in balances: due, Interest BaS," Temple said.
< : 11 voted unanimously to main reason the Sheriff's their 1965-66-67: taxes owed and court costs for 1965: What are. the"major' }discrepancies .
In the project td Office is having trouble locating the county, according to the and 1966. As were all four. f' '
extent. of $2,000 If the suspects In the recent bad tax collector. The payments O-I was given credit for its Wilson's findings, and thorn
; \ two boarUs' agree to the check rush have been made under an share of the $4,78O in court of the 1967 self-evaluaQon

? on >Pag.?, ,Six] agreement reached Nov. 16 costs from the '83 trial, which correlate practically' to the
with the County Commission. came to $191. 1 item
In the settlement the four Then Tuesday, Decj. 19, Ray Primary Problem' *'
,... firms agreed tfo pay all taxes onler checks for balances 'due, Most significant among the
J'J'D'I owed the county If the Commission Interest, and court costs for noted shortcomings at the lOcal
would give them credit 1063-66 and totaling $51,135 high school Is Inadequate
for $4,780 In expert witness arrived in the collector's of- curriculum organization pad
= fees the Circuit Court orderedthe fice. Rayonler la the second development. ,

L' /t'. five companies to pay In largest timberland owner In This means simply, that no
the decision handed down after the county with 25,276 acres In adequate. program exist* for

I if." ; ..ii,, the trial on the 1960 taxes. 123 parcels; Container la the planning and conducting a coordinated -
? ,. ; Since the agreement? the !largest. yeartoyearpJad of
f county has received over (100- Oilman Paper' also on Tuesday study for BITS students. : .
000 owed by the four firms, paid $6,133 for ife balance "Curriculum planning1 at

... some of It going back to 1965. owed from 1968. Oilman BHS is the most )inefficient
'I ::. _, !Latest series of payments has paid Its 1903 balances!, totaling that I've ever seen." said
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Temple.
: ..' "'(1.. approximately $8,600.
I back In September. It was the The former Bradford Junior
Motel first firm to do so. High principal In his flr.t year

... ... .. .Thefts Wednesday morning, Dec. at BHS, noted that 'practically'
.. .
.. .. no coordination takes place
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Nelson Blooker's check for
I ,.. : Leave Rooms $1,099 for 1969 taxes owed from one year to the next in

,,,. .."...'... ., ... ,' arrived. Blocker had also paid planning a progressive course
.
.
; : ; Stripped BareTwo hi* 1963 tax balance of '$1,473 of study In academic areas.
.' :: \. :. back In September. "New study plans are developed -
r by new teachers, using
local motels have been The four firms. !Rayorhler, new or different' text books -

... .. '.. victims of a pair of room- O-I, Oilman, sad Blocker paid nearly every year." Temple
artists their 1967 taxes totaling
stripping who have apparently over explained.) "The result in
: ; also practiced their $43OOO: In November, takingstvanCage many casein Is redundancy In
trade In of the maximumfour
: :. '. 7' I( surrounding areas, including subject matter presented to
,.', Gainesville, the Brad per cent discount Block-
I' ,., the students while in other
ford Sheriff's er's 1967" taxes were by
!! Office has dis paid cases, some students fall to
closed. Rayonler although Tax Collector
receive Important lessons due
Grand larceny warrants have Kelly says he knriws of
to the lack of a stable, cohesive
'' been signed against unknown no deed that has been filed on method of developing
) ? ." two men who checked Into the a sale. curriculum."

,f ; motels here early Wednesdayand Container Corp. Is the lone Teacher Turnover' .
I :: stole furnishings valued at holdout now, still owing about Temple and Wilson both attributed "'
? \ .. over $1,000, Deputy Sheriff 94000. The firm still owes this problem prhnarU
Dolph Reddish says balances of $23,048 In 1965: iy] to the high rate of turn
t .
The tto-o men> driving a taxes, $22.079 In 1966 taxes over among the BH3' faculty.
< .t' ,. ]late Cadi IIAC found to have and $44.809\ for 1967. Container :Wilson asked. 1How can you
: .... been stolen Dec. 12 from Tallahassee has an appeal of Circuit Judge establish any curriculum eonUnulty -
.JI-; JII'' checked Into the Sleepy John A. H. Murphree's decision when there Is an 80
.. Hollow just north of Starkeat In the 1965 tax suits per cent faculty turnover on
1:13: a.m. Wednesday. Maids pending In the First District the average of every three!
.
...,. /fl. found the room they occupied Court of Appeals.The y.a\81"
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completely stripped when they tux collector's office Temple added that there was
?
;. wen? there to clean Wednesday here has been working since a 8O per cent faculty turnoverat
r morning. Bradford High this year.
last week breaking the fa'iros( '"
The same two men, from an'
.
paid down to each parcel., Twoor Generally speaking Temple
: '. ., .. evidence gathered, apparently three person began working sees this problem as 'having.
,, went a few miles north and on Rayonler's 123 parcelsMonday roots much deeper than la
... '" ( checked Into the Underwood Bradford
County
... and finished Wednesday just ,,
.! Mote, between Lawtey and '
"It can be seen as one of
: : ) : Starke, about 3:30: Wed
.1'.1'tIP.' .f. 4 a.m. the ramifications of ,a
many
.
'' .
: I <.. nesday. Items were missing The percentage of taxes sub-standard educational climate

from five rooms Wednesday paid the discount charged, the that clings over the entire -
; ;. morning although they were unpaid balance owed plus interest state." he noted;

not stripped as cleanly as the at six per cent per an- Teachers have left Florida
one at the Sleepy Hollow, Red In great numbers recently' .for
I ,:
num had to be figured for
dish said.
City Aglow ill the benefits of higher pay and
The deputy described the each parcel. better facilities in other states.

The' has the ;:: thefts as "a very professionaltype Kelly figure there win be In Bradford: County, the
: ;, elty phrlatmaw spirit, but It's depleted best operation, but fairly common turnover
high problem 'Js
night when darkness and lights lend atmonphere. ." Similar cases have been GOO parcels to go through for multiplied because here schools:

? : Above the lighted dome of, the city's water tank on reported by Alachua County the, !five firms depend to a considerable. ex-

,Pnjt Street Playground as seen.from Temple '!Avenoq authorities and. Reddish thinks Taxes from all five timber Amt on the wives) or husbands
from the Branding Iron Restaurant from the description: of these companies fotal about $100,000 of University of Florid" sew
: thefts the same men were Involved. dents to staff its faculties.
/ Below, the blg'redar at the courthouse Is decorated every
each year with almost half of
Ore-third' of the ourreat'BU9faculty
f a.*.M It ..
sea
t ) No 0... has been found of that total owed by Container. fits into this cate-

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'; DEC. 21,
Section 1 Pal'& Two BRADFORD COUNTY TELEOUAPn. P4TAltKIt. FLORmA _


I. Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Pickering The following patients were ,Courthouse Party Crews Home Scene Elementary School Colberts Entertain Mrs. Green HostessTo
I and daughter! of Gainesville admitted to Bradford County I I Circle MembersMrs.
t1'A. will spend Christmas Hospital during
9t Day with Mr and Mrs. L. N. Hiram Norman, Julian R. I Colbert L. Oreow entertain
L Pickering. Hughes, .Fonda Dlxon Joe annual Courthouse Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews' faculties of Starke Ele- and Mrs. Jack nlghVattheir ,ed at her borne ((Tuesday witha
CHRISTMAS! SALE on For. Howard, Roy Tomllnson, Dor. Christmas parity -w'" heW Friday -entertained; the employees of enAairy &ad,,iSouUwldeEle- were' hosts- Tuesday held Christina! ]party and lunch.
table Typewritten*-$10 off on othy Lee Grlffis, Jane Eliza- night at seven o'clock at !M1t.c118l1'Drue., Store, hlrhuabanidls ,mentary Schools held their home when they annual for members of WSCS
GLADYS MOOTY any Smith-Corona Electric. beth Costello Kelly Jay Dyal, the Garden Bestaurant. ?wlves, and dates at Christmas: parties Tuesday open house\ for the eon Circle Two, of which she
Phone 964-7GOS Bradford County Telegraph.Mr. Ruby McDanIel, Helene Dolph Reddish. ''had change a Christinas; : party Sunday afternoon. after school] hours Holiday Inn Christmas party.Employeea their leader.As u
and Mrs. L. O. Powell Ellington, Gertrude McBride of arrangements and was night at,their home on W. ,." The Starke ElemenUry of the inn. arrived
dates/ uests' they
Steve Denmark. Janet Hardy Mrs. D. W. will have as holiday guests the Rosa Lee Charles B. Helsa- Master of Ceremonies. Call Street party was held at the home of husbands, wives ,and -with. wenpresented >
WhiMwi In this t.1me. minlatur
and Tommy Andrews arrived Miami Tuesday to Sunday was visiting I. Misses Louise and Etta. Frlpp beck, Ernest Eaton, and Frank During the evening George The table In the dining Mrs. A. Russell Norman. were entertained;! at table. was Christmas; corsages.
Friday from, the University her of Columbia. S. C. Thomas all of Starke: Thel- Huggins led the group In singing room where refreshments where gifts! were exchanged. The refreshment luncheon Mrs.
sister. Miss Christa off-white
After Oreen
of Georgia in Athena to Jollenbeck. Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Miller ma Prevatt, Gloria Jean Pat- Christmas carola. They I were served, was overlaid witha Charles E. Francis: principal!, covered with an centered short program,
and son of Jacksonville, will rick, Effte Boatwrlght, of were accompanied at the piano white lace doth over red. and Mrs. Robert: Myrlc. sec- linen cloth and was gave a and
the Christmas holiday Mr. and each
spent Mrs. W. T. Brinson guest with
Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly. the table was a presented gifts with a small White Christmas presented: a
spend Lawtey; William Walker,John by Centering retary, were
with their respective pa'1entsl10UBs of Valdosta will. be Sunday burning as a mento of the Occas-
gilt
Floried Kllllrwwworbh visitors of Mr and Mrs. B. V. Mrs. George Miller Bensch, Keystone Heights; Mrs. Curtis Marlowe, a new large styroloam. ball completely from the faculty.Refreshments tree, balanced by hold-
of Atlanta will arrive Satur- Turner, Mr. and Mrs. James Glen Reddish of Alvin, Fanny Olson, Lake Geneva; employee of the Agriculture covered with miniature were served white candles In silver ion.
day to spend the holidays Reddish and Roy Turner. Texas; Miss Linda Lawrence. Mary Campbell, Janle Sullivan Department was Introduced to Christmas balls and aurroundeU from a tea table. overlaid witha er.
with her bOther-in-law and Among those hOtne from of Greenwood S. C.: and.Mike Melvle Floyd Lake But- the group by Mr. Hugging. with holly. red/ and green net cloth. AW'l'DXm.ately! thirty-five. Christian, Church

slater, Mr. and Mrs J. H college for the holidays are Reddish of Jacksonville will ler: Carolyn Griffis Nolle Approximately 60 guests Mrs. Fad Johnson poured The Southside party was guest enjoyed this affair.Florida Adult BanquetThe
Dennis Other guests of Mr Harry Hatcher III Ga. Military spend the holidays with Sheriff Cason Katherine Rag-ana, were present to enjoy this Informal coffee during the party hours. held In the school library
and Mrs. P. D. Reddish. affair. Included among guests enjoyed the the hospitality committee BankEmployees
and Mrs. Dennis during the College; Ken Scott, Ber- 1 Ralford; Gloria HetOierlngton ;Eighteen with: Volunteers and the
Lynwood Walters, a studentat Park Van Brantley, those present were the officials occasion. and the librarians in
holidays will be their children ry College; Jim Brown God- Orange ; FetedThe Pioneers, the two adult class.
and Southeastern Baptist Seminary Grandin and! Ligon Cromwell of the Courthouse, the charge of arrangements.
their Mr. Christian
and families. win, West Point and LeaonMorgan of the Church
; ) In Wake Forest, N.: C. Gainesville. employees, and their hus- Elks Club Scene Refreshments. for this "tas es
Mrs. J. R. Martin and family III National Railroad Florida Bank at Starke held a Christmas banquet at
will spend the Christmas vacation STREAMLINER bands, wives and dates. consisted of a favorite -
Mrs REMINGTON ting party"
and
Mr. Atlanta. last Restaurant
Tallahassee; School, party the Bonanza in
'Of DanceThe held Its Christmas/
Mr. Holiday ,
Pa-. ,. with his parents, portable typewriter recipe of each member
Andv Hlnaon and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Harvey at 7 o'clock Jacksonville Saturday nightat
and Mrs.'wall and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. Other only $52.50 during our Christmae Mrs. Ritch HostessAt .arranged on a table covered Saturday night
and Mr.
latka; of Atlanta visited her parents annual Elks Club and with a dinner in the Pecan seven o'clock.
Christmas Daywill
guests arriving Bradford cloth
Christmas
Chesser' and family of I Mr. and Mrs J. W. Rltch and be Mr and Mrs. Terry Sale.County[Reg.Telegraph.$581.] Lovely Tea Christmas party was held last centered with a with a Santa Claus Room of the Garden;! Restaurant -' Among the 23 members present -

Ocala. Carr Colley over the weekend. Gainesville and Friday night, at which time Attending were the bank were the Rev. Charles
Walters, of giftsto
Cohen ofAberdet'n faculty presented
Able The
Mixon Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mrs. John W. Griffin olOchlocknee I Bitch was Gaines and their Reese minister of the church,
Mr and Mrs. C. W. Walters Md. arrived Tues Mrs. James W. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. J. C. Hobbs, principal, and directors employees
.
theChristmas
:'will spend Ga. has arrivedto Informal tea and Mrs. Tommy and husbands. and Mrs. Reese.RECEIVES.
In Sr. of Dublin, Ga. the holidays hostess at an and Mr. Mrs. M. Sanders, secretary. wives
relatives day to spend
holidays with spend!) a few days with her Mrs. Thelma Mendoza and from 3 until 5 o'clock Tues Lewis were hosts. Following dinner, gifts were
North Carolina. mother. Mrs F. F. Stump, and daughter, Miss Gloria Johns with Mrs. Cohen's mother. day afternoon when she entertained The refreshment table,plac- exchanged and a social hour MEDAL
Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. will her..sister, Miss Lillian stump (of Jacksonville, spent Sunday Mrs. Maude. Weeks and for her daughter' Mrs. ed In the entrance hall. of Sawyers Hosts was _held__ at_ the home otf Mr.I
leave (Monday to spend several Mr*. W. H. Thomson of Mon- brother and sister-in-law, Mr. of Macclenny.A floral arrangement J. E. Tomllnson on Tech. Sat Bert L. Hinson
,
days In Lake City with her tlcello will arrive tomorrow to here with Mrs. N. T. Ruth and Mrs. Ronald Andrews of T. O. Johns 1 lodge, held a To Slade Employees and Mrs. son of Mr. and Mrs. B. L
tree Santa
was with
Annie Darby. large Christmas topped East Plnebree/e.
and Miss
Mr. Route 2, Starke
and daughter, Keystone Heights. Hinson of ,
son-in-law
take) her mother Mrs. Stump Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Shealy placed in the reception hall Claus. Reindeer and holly .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saw Thirty-seven guests enjoyed -
Ward am of Chicago. received the U. S. AIrFCl'f
and Mrs. Roy M. ; Archie Green has
home with her for the
back
Onle were received. used In decorating even- annual affair.
of Atlanta Ga., and Mrs. where guests were also yer were hosts Saturday this Medal
family. Ill. will arrive Friday to spend e Commendation at
holidays. They will be Joinedon Beach are outstanding decorationswere the table. buffet when
of Other
Walton Pompano Ing at a supper
student at with his mother AFB in West Florida
Edwards the holidays
a at Tyndall
Steve ;
Christmas day by Miss guests of Mr. and) Mrs. H. C. the large gold leaf mir- Christmas music, dancing: they entertained employees of BPW Club Has
spending .
Tallahassee Is Mrs. L. J. Green.
FSU
Stump, Mrs. Griffin, and Ritch. rors, reflecting arrangements and exchanging gifts were Slade Gas Company and their
'the holidays wtth his pa.ren.aa.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. David Chris- Sgt. Hlnaon was decoratedfor
:other relatives. of st. leaves and red velvet of the evening's husbands. Turkey Dinner
Mrs. Eva Whiddon of gold highlights wives and :
and Mrs. Merrill Edwards. topher and daughter, Tammy.of I meritorious service as an
HolVngsworth
Mr.: and) Mrs. James Augustine is the guest of Mr. bows. entertainment. The buffet table, covered
Mrs. ll: O. Merow -Tampa .I II and son, of and Mrs. H. M. Blcharde. Dundrldge Ala.are spendingthis Holiday decorations were with a red tulle cloth, was !Members of the BPW Cl'lenterta1n.ed > aircraft maintenance 'technic
will also be a Christmas guest Abilene, Texas will spend the week with' Mrs. Christo their husbands at ian at Cam Ranh Bay AirBase
Beach the lawn and on
L. C. Smith of Vero repeated on Home Scene centered with an arrangementof
of Mr. and Mrs Edwards. pher's parents Mr and Mrs. Hardy in Vietnam, and was sited -
Thursday
holidays with their parentsMr. colonial dinner I
spent! Tuesday night with his I the porch, of the white poinsettIas and red a turkey
Fi'lends; 'of Mrs. Harry and Mrs. James Holllngswoitti. mother,. Mrs. Henry O'Hara. Charles L. Dinkins. Tammywas home and Christmas music. Of Open HouseMr. balls. A large red velvet bow night at 8:30: o'clock in the : for outstanding profession
Mooty will regret tq learn death of her step-father, Church' Sunday after at Tyndall in a unit of
the Thomas. who have spent the past two : party hours. and Mrs. Charles Hardy the table. Burning Christmas Guests were seated at a long now
Charles A.: Sanborn.: In Lake Mr. and Mrs. Howard and a half months with Mrs I noon.Mr.. Tne tea table, covered with held open house Sunday at candles completed the table table decorated with red the Air Defense Command
Worth Monday morning. Shontz. of Elhvood City, Pa., Lauritsen's son-in-law and and Mrs. Bernard! cutwork cloth was centered their 'home on Walnut Street decorations. poinsettias running the entire Sitt. Hinson, a graduate of
Misses Mary and Martha are spending two weeks here daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Aukerman of Muncle. Ind. will a with a silver sleigh, holding for their. annual family< During the evening the length. Tall vases of the same BHS. also! served in the arm-

Bellinger, students at William with Mr. and Mrs Fritz Kramer Patz, have moved to their spend Christmas with Mr. and. sprays of red Christmas balls. Christmas party and also observing guests drew names and exchanged flowers were placed at Intervals ed forces during the Korean

Carey College. Hatttesrjurg While here they will go new home In New Port RIchey. Mrs. George W. Brown.. Red candles in silver candelabra the t birthday>> anniversaries small gifts. Bonuses along the table. War.
Miss., arrived Saturday night to TltusvlUe to spend Christmas Mrs. W. H. Hart spent Sat- of Mrs. Hardy and her I ..
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green balanced the central ar- were awarded to the em- During the evening, mem- -
to spend the Christmas holidays with their son and urday In Orange Park with brother, a. R McOauley, of
Dr. and Mrs. Henrietta Hunt visited rangement.Mrs. ployees. bers exchanged gifts. graph brlnn results.A .
with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Craw-
dawrhter-ln-law. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Irene Johns in Clay Guy Andrews and Mrs. Jacksonville. Among those present were Hostesses for the party were classified ad 111 the Tele-
H. O. Bellinger,
and Mrs. Atlanta A. Wright Shontz. Memorial Hospital In Green ford.Mr Ralph Sands of Macclenny Outstanding among the Mr.&nd Mrs. T H. Sleds parents Mrs. Titus Olson, Mrs J. D.
Sarah' Barton of -
!Mrs. and Mrs George Kope-
Mr. and Mrs. John Rambo coffee holiday decorations was a
Cove Springs Monday. presided! at the silver of Mrs. Sawyer. Doyle, Mrs. Clarence Rhoden
Is spending the holidays and of Clearwater, lousos will spend/ Christmas In decorated Christmas SERVICE SCHEDULEST.
children beautifully
Miss Marla :Moore, a student service during the party hours. Mrs Nate Dyal, and Mrs
and
with her son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Charles at FSU Tallahassee, and Birmingham, Ala. wIth their tree placed In the bay George W .Brown EDWARD'S CHURCH,
'daughter, Col. and Mrs. H M. of Tal- son and daughter-in-law, Mr. DuPont Staff Staike
Lawson and children Tom Galloway a student at Bank window of the }living room.
Hatcher Jr. lahassee were Friday and the University of Florida, and Mrs. John, Kopelouaos. Community Among those attending were Has DinnerDanceStaff
WOW
Saturday guests of the H. A. were guests from Saturday Miss Harriett Goodman of Christmas PartyThe Mrs. Hardy's mother, Ma. O Dinner Sunday Mass: 9:13: a. m.

TIlE BRADFOUnCOUNTyrrELEGRAP Lawsons. until Tuesday of Mrs. Martha Chicago. Ill. will arrive tomorrow E. McGauley, Mrs. Connie members of the Du- Held ThursdayMembers Thursday Mass, 0:30: p. m.

Mrs Merle Mardls and Mrs. 1 Moore, at Kingsley Lake. They ( to spend the holidays;% with Enlisted Men's Club at BaeweU. and daughters, Mr. Pont Company and their wiv- Miraculous Medal Novena:

W. Q. Dowling and Indialan- I left Tuesday afternoon for her parents Mr. and Mrs Camp. Blandlna waa the setting /and Mrs.'Frank Stokes, Mr. es andl guests were entertainedat of the Woodman Saturday. 7 p. m.
Published every Thursdayat tic were guests Saturday of Hopklnsyllle. Ky. to visit Mr. Seeber Goodman.Mr. ; last Saturday night for and Mrs. Carl Motes and son a Christmas dinner and Circle held their annual 1 Confessions: 5 p. m. and 7
138 W. Call St, ,' W. Mlddleton and and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe Christmas party; Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Holsteen p. m.
Mrs E. Galloway's mother, Mrs. Lucy the annual I dance at the Holiday Inn last Christmas party and dinner at WILLIAMS'
Starke. Fla. 82091 Miss Madge Mlddleton.! Mrs Galloway. and family of Sanford will for the Community State and! daughter, Mr. and Mrs.: Friday: night. A cocktail hour Noegel's 301 Restaurant -ST.' CHURCH,
and granddaughter spend. Christmas with their directors, employees, Amos Bell, Johnny Branruun. I Keystone Heights.
Jones
Second class: postage paid Mae REMINGTON! 1040" Portable Bank was held at 6:30: followed bya Thursday night, Dec. 20. .
"at Starke, 'Fla.' Anita Jones, of Jackson- Typewriter. Nationally parents: Mr. and Mrs. Robert and their husband wives, all of PaJatka; Mr. and Mrs.I buffet dinner. Arrangements of pink ana Sunday, Mass' : 9 a. m.

Subscription Rates. : ville, were visiting Mrs. Mid- advertised at $88.50. Our price Green and Mrs. Eollne. Smith. and dates. G. E. McOauley and sons, of After dinner, dancing was I white roses were placed at Intervals Wedne day: Mass. and Noversa.
dleton Tuesday. [until Christmas] $70.50. Has Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews During the evening Father Jacksonville; and Mr. and enjoyed until a late hour. i on the long fable. 7 p. rav
In trade area: I4.0O per Mr. and Mrs. Steven Ed- tabulator and many other spent Sunday In High Springs Edward Klrby' of St.Edward's Mrs. Charles Francis: and chil- H. L. Morgan Jr. was In where the guests were seated. -8T.., .' MARY'SCRURCH.- ,

year; $2.25 six months. wards of MacDUl. AFB Tam- features of higher priced por- where they attended the Church, sang several Irish dren and Miss Debra Prevatt, charge of arrangements for After dinner the members Macclenny.
pa, were weekend guests of tables. Bradford County Tele- birthday:! dinner of Mrs. Bruce numbers, and also Introduced of Starke. this annual affair exchanged gifts Sunday Mass: 11:30: a. m.
.Ouftlde trade area: $4.50 their uncle and aunt' Mr. and graph. Mathews, of Gainesville, given Father Fltzglbbons a visiting j
per year; f 2.BO nix monO-i Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton. Mrs. Edith Christiansen left by her parents Mr. and Mrs.T. missionary from Africa.

Mr. and Mrs. Comer Perry- I Saturday for New Orleans, La. B Breazeale. After dinner, dancing....
BX L.: Matthews editor: and .man, -Jacksonville'will: be to spend the'ho1ld'a'yJ with her Mr. and Mrs. Geo"W.. enjoyed; in: the" traditional. 9 MI

r publish I Christmas Day guests of Mrs. daughters and. son, and their Brown spent Sunday' In Man- Christmas setting with alighted a'cH'r UP TO THE LAST UTE. .

,E. K. Ferryman.. families. darin with Mrs. Norman Rlg- tree at one end of the I Koult's
don and family. dance floor.Brownie.
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'a..xy Troop

All Of Us At Dadcock Furniture Holds Investiture I DRUGS STS


'.. < '::' ;:' ( ". Brownie Troop 604 held an '
Investiture service and

'W S h '!;'It :;\:.. mas 19. in party(Methodist Tuesday Christ-I'

t: you a Hall. Arrived 1.00 Gift Selections PRACTICAL GIFTS

... ojI.\- Christmas decorations used For The One Who Has Everything >
.. .
; .; for the this Brownies.affair were made by I I Shop Koch's $1.00 Area Car, Practical. Useful Gifts AT GREAT: SAVINGS- .

Mothers of the Brownieswere TOWEL SETS JeweJite

... special guests at this Make\ Hers An Intimate ChristmasBy 1 Comb & Brush

time.Mrs. I Revlon $3HOp4. $2.19 up
.
D. W. 'Whlfifen, Mrs.': Sets $2.00

;; .. Richard Jockfd. and Mrs. Intimate TIL9 Sheet and Pillow
lw Charlotte Radtke conducted .. $10 Case Sets
the Investiture Service.Mrs. .
j -cEveryNight ti Mirror Sets

:: :5G-.1. May a joyous holiday spirit reign and spread Eollne Smith returned I Spray Mist\ Sets and- Bath-, $7.00 Powder $6.95 $4.98


; ':.F i'' ., warmly into every home in this fine community. weeks Monday with after her spending son and two: < Intimate Pillow Case Sets Westclox, I Travel I

ter1nlawMr.( and $2.94 Clocks WaD
.. Smith in Suffolk Va.dauah-// Treasure Sets $12.50 ALL DAY SUN. Clocks; Table Or

David Troxell will return 8 AJVI 9 P.M.
: MR.' AND MRS. PRESTON STUDSTILL tomorrow to his home In Holbrook -I Intimate Men's Leather,' Nursery Clocks

Mass after spending a Bath Powder $3.75 Kits Fitted or Men's Shaving
: -
MR. NICK CROSBY MRS. TIIELMA Her time
LEWIS is
'week with! Mr. and Mrs. Her- Unfitted Ideal Brushes
.
:"' LEROY BREWER RANDY JOYNEB bert Thomas and Miss Kathleen Intimate For Travel Or -

Thomas. precious $1 $2 $3 $4
Light Cologne $4.50 Home Use -
RODDY CROSBY DWIGHT ELDER Mrs. Norman, Rtgdon and Her
children of Mandarin \spent, timepiece
? Intimate
RICHARD YAUN Tuesday and Wednesday with Special Just Arrived
must be -
iMrs. Bigdon'8! parents, Mr. Fragrance Candle $5.50(

and Mrs George W.. Brown,I trustworthy.\.
enroute to Mlsawa. AFB, Japan THRILL HER WITH s ELECTRIC CAN OPENERWith
to Join S. 81ft.
They will remain In RI8dOn'j LANVIN ARPEGEPurse Il Bottle Opener

three years.

Pvt. Arthur L.. Holiday' of I ONLY 7.88

Fort Polk, La. Is home on two Spray Perfume $5.00!:;
weeks' leave with his parents,

Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Holiday I Eau De Lanvin $6.00
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MIss Jane Waxier of Pompano I i
Beach, is also a guest of the Last Minute Xmas'I
Holidays. Arpege

Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Welch Powdered Mist $3.50 3e SPECIALKodak
of.,Crestvlew will
spend Christmas I 1 1a ,
with her parents. Dr. andMrs. Eay De Lanvin and .. No. 101 Instamatlc I

o. L. naynes Jr. ,They Bath Powder Sets $10.00 '
'k j I
wUl l leave
during the
after-I *)
noon for Jackson Miss Eau De Lanvin and Perfume CAMERA $14951tCA :
r1- I
Ws parenlto.! Mr. and Mrs. W. ;'
S w, Welch. Spray $6.00
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__ ,Mrs. Kathleen Ooete of East ,1STEREO
M vNil. alatka GRACE HER KITCHEN WITH
will spend Christmas fsll '
Is 1't
sr.na d with her nephew and niece, Corning Ware or Pyrex y RECORDSALL
t i :Mr. and Mrs. Herbet Thomas. !

I 1 MI I,Rex Brown of Miami Is Bowl Seta $4.50 Her choice?; AT
y r spending a week with his par-I -
entc.. Mr. and Mrs. A Ca revellaof ,;
a George 0
-- -,-,2 .-'- O3 S.... Brown at Klngsley Lake. W'I Loaf Dish $3.95 course. DISCOUNT PRICESALL
I ,
Mrs. Alta Ashurst of Cocoa!
"
: tlPIECE VIALNUT VENEER BEDROOM Is spending the Christmas Chip & Dip Bowl $3.95 Junes ill VgM& .sefifrfufo e.reer1}
4U1111NCLUDESr Modern styling and design v.n to the Piece Suite holidays with her brother-in- people' erfenln., from minute to'' GIFTS WRAPPED FREE
*02" Drawer Triple DrMMr with draw.r pulls. Expertly crafted with all D W"lux law and sister Mr. and Mrs.I iVi Qt.Baking. : ,"IjJ'Ji.They' demand this "RJ-
.,framed Ptate Gleu Miner construction feature Aw.lable. L. O. Hazes .. I IiMnI. cliff'we 17(nrtltd Wat batted
Fully dust Dish. .
{34M 1 Drawer Keenly Chert High Preisur Plastic Top Surfaces proof Onn. Stock; S Richard Fox: anddaughter $4.50 fcy Butane Luminous, an.l1wud. 7
] 9 90S of I full lumiril dial with sweep **o> KOCHDRUG
4/.v1/3P.n.IH.ad- 6/6 PANEL HEADBOARD .o..69" WN Tuesday and C Gainesville' spent with Deluxe Roaster & Platter end kMd. Its wabrproof. and.
lw.rd Wednesday
e with rV m WUK /hocirealsbntAndonly: "
her.mother, Mrs. Annie. Hol- Combination -. $16.95 $151sCARAVELLErr

1 U'ed1 1 1 ft rrt 4" wr llnmworth.B1U .
rvksio moMr'"l2S MILT t IOI4TOKI> PIG-rr I'ASIfST TfRMS Jordan of Fort Bragg 2 Quart. STORE"Your.lleaJtb.IaOur

... W C. Is spending the holidays Utility Dish .
S. Walnut St. Phone 964-5289 with his parents the .EstonJordans .- $5.95. 1lM.iosef,Iyl.QvA ilain( .Concern"TIIVRSDAY
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PEC. 21. 1987 BRADFORD COUNTY TETgaBAPn. STARKK. FTOKID Section 1 Pate Three/


Alpha Nu Chapter I Birthday DinnerAt I Coffee Break 'Methodist Men i Rehearsal Dinner and Marty presented their attendants of the wedding party withgifts.

and other members .
, Host To OfficialsAlpha I Conner Home Given At HospitalMembers Entertain Wives For PayneLeeMr. I


,, Nu Chapter of Delta Lawton Conner, 91 years of the Bradford Members of the Methodist and Mrs. Marlon ..-_"_"_ ._'_' .4_=--"-= _"'-
Kappa Gamma entertainedthe > old, and his grandson, Doyle County Hospital Auxiliary Men's Club entertained their Payne were hosts Saturday

State President, Mrs. Isa- E. Conner. Commissioner of held their annual Christmas wives Monday night/ In Fellowship I night at 6:30: ( at the HolidayInn and Lorena
Tony
bell! Powell, and the District Agriculture were honored Coffee Break honoring the I Hall with a covered honoring their son, Mar
GLADYS MOOTY n Director, Miss Rosalee guests Sunday when membersof doctors their wives, hospital dish Hupper.The ty, and his fiancee. Miss Linda -
Phone 964-7608 Powell at a meeting of the their .families en.tertoi.iec. personnel and members of table, where guests: Lee, at a dinner party fol- AND -

society held last Friday night.! at a covered dish dinner at the. the Hospital Board at the were seated, was decorated i I lowing their wedding rehear Bill and Luanna
---- COn- hospital from 8 a. m. to 0 j with I' !
In the Starke Woman's Club.I home of the elder Mr. p. pine cones and greenery
sal.The
Christmas Tea Madison Street The mantel In the library ner's son and daughter-in- m. last Friday. The centerpiece was a red long table where the, OFTORENA
l was draped with swag of holly I law. Mi- and Mrs. Leon Conner -i The tea table In the confer Christmas arrangement sur-I twenty-four guests were seated1
Fetes New Members Cantata SundayThe and held! an arrangement of on Crosby Lake. i ence room was overlaid with a I rounded by gold candle holders was overlaid with a white'''
,
[ Of Woman's Club I /greenery, reindeer, and red The approximately 100 i cutwork cloth, centered with I with small white candles.J. linen cloth and centered with MOTEL
j j Church Choir of the balls Interspersed with burning guests were seated at long, an arrangement of red velvet E. Tomlinson club pres-j, an arrangement of white poinsettias -

Madison Street Baptist red tapers. The refreshment > tables ,placed under a large roses. Went, served, as master of and wedding bells.I
The theme
' out holiday in ararufjements was carried for- Church' will present a Christ- table In the sunroom tent. The beautifully decorated Members of !the Auxiliary ceremonies. White lighted tapers in silver AND RESTAURANT

I the Starke Woman's Club, an- mas Cantata "Born A King." was covered with a Christmas ,birthday cake was Inscribed assisted In serving throughoutthe Mrs. J. R Wainwright had holders balanced the centerpiece -!I

nual Christmas tea given at the Morning Worship hour, cloth of /green net over green with ,the names "Law- day.Mrs. charge of the program, Using Brutal place cards 'were' Wish to extend Season's Greetingsto
11 a. m. Sunday, Dec. 24. linen, decorated with felt ton" and "Doyle. Loyree Cocomlse welcomed as her subject, : "What does used
afternoon of last
: Wednesday Friends and
Customers.
I week at the club house.In The cantata Is directed by canes, wreaths, and,trees. Centering Among those from out-of- the guests' and waIL assisted -: Christmas ready mean to[ During the evening, Linda our
I Mrs. L. A. Canova, with Mrs. the table was a red arrangement town for the joint celebrationwere by Auxiliary members you?" I "" ,
the lounge, where the receiving I .. =====_=_= --- --_ : --7'
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family and the Stripers.
J. W. Abell as organist, and flanked with all : the Doyle Conner Candy -"-- -"- -- --
line stood the mantel
Miss Marie Slemer." pianist. red tapers in low silver hold- Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs. Arrangements of red and
and book bulkedwith
cases were Sollsts will be: Dr. John Harris Adam MeIster, St. Petersburg:; pink roses, donated by Mrs.I

and burning holly, reindeer red tapers., red balls, and David, E. Canova. ten ers.The stage featured a living Glenn Conner and daughters' Cocomlse, were used thl'ough-I i Can't Decide Give a Carp's Gift Certificate!

Miss Della Rosenberg and or: Gerald L>. Williams, bass; 'room scene complete with Orlando: )!Ir. and Mrs. Nelson out the hospital and bud I i
Mrs. Harold E Ps, Mrs. Eugene Christmas arrangements anda Retch WIlliston; Mr. and Mrs. vases of roses were also plac-
Mrs. J. E.
Hardy greeted
guests at the door and pre- Tanner, and Mrs. D. L. revolving Christmas tree. W. C. Conner and daughter, ed in the rooms of the pa- OPEN UNTIL 8:00: P.M. THRU SATURDAY
Thomas Jacksonville! Mr. and Mrs. tients.
soprano. Mrs. Russell Norman pre- ;
sented composed them to the of Mrs.receivingline Guy The public Is cordially In- sented a president's pin to I Carlos Maxwell. and Mrs. Net- Guests also witnessed the STARKE PLAZA

vited. Mrs. E. N. McLendon of Orange tle McCormack. Fort White; opening of the new Hospitality
Sale, Mrs. Eugene Tanner Park Mrs Johnny Johns) Dolph Conner, Daytona; Mr. Shoppe, which has for sale iS
Miss Marilyn Bellinger, officers -
> WasdIn and Items which be __ il
BryanWilliamsThe read the Christmas story for and Mrs Eddie ; small may
of the Senior Womans
the devotional, and Mrs. Isa- Silas Rooks, Tallahassee. purchased for .friends and relatives -
ClUb and Little Women'sClub.
Also in the receivingline wedding of Patricia L. bel Powell discussed the In the hospital.
meaning of the various sym- Patricia Mrs. J. W. Klncald. public u1
was Miss Ellssa Rlkola Bryan and Ronald O. Williams BryanIs +ar
bols the sorority crest relations chairman for the I !
on
I an exchange student from will be an event of
Norway Saturday, Dec. 30. at 7 p. m. Miss Powell, district director Shower HonoreeThe Auxiliary! was in charge of I iSt1 tilt.
In the First Christian Church presented plans for the the affair and wishes to thank'all I<
Mrs. Prow Strickland and
of Starke. District II meeting to be held home of Lt. Col. and who assisted In making.!! it I
Mrs. Maurice Wingate Intro- Mrs William Wilson! of Law- le
All friends and relatives are February 3 in Jacksonville.Mrs. an outstanding event of the g
duced guests to the new club
tey, was the setting :Monday
I invited to attend Marilyn Roberts reported holiday season. sSOa
members: Mrs. Edward/ Wain- night for a bridal shower honoring
that two electric Irons, Mrs. KIncaid also said, "The BOXED TOWEL SETS
wrl. 1ht, Mrs. James W. Retch ,
cy' Flowers. The stage depicted a deep fat fryer, and two Miss Patricia L. Bryan, people of Bradford/ County are
--ji
Miss Aimee Prandl, Mrs. Olin
a French Provincial living bathroom sets had been pur- whose marriage to Ronald Q proud of the new look of the
White Jr.. Mrs. A. Y. Coving- with Christmas Williams will be an event of exterior due to the
room a lighted chased to be sent to a Scho- hospital 2.99 <
ton, Mrs. Fred Peden, Mrs tree In one corner. Fur- larship House at FSU In Tal- December 30. Hostesses on this planting of new shrubbery and r ,99 10 <

Marlon Payne Mrs. Robbie i iI niture for the setting was pro- lahassee as a gilt from the occasion were Mi-s. Wilton petunias. Thanks to Mr. Dave :

Shatter, Mrs. Mary D. Brown,I vided by Denmark's. At either chapter.At and her daughter, Doreen. Paulk, who gave his servicesin 11ti s I dig patterns: hotels ana

I Mrs. Joseph Oissy and Mrs. side of the stage were urns the December meeting, Among the festive holiday taking up all of the old novelties. 3o mt.piece" sets are exquisitely gift

Emma Badman filled with poinsettias and members contribute to the decorations was a creoh, made .shrubbery and planting the boxed and e31 gilts. i R
The tea table In the sun- greenery. and handpalnted''' by Col. Wilson -

room was covered with an imported Presiding at the punchbowls is World used Fellowship to aid In the Fundi educationof which new.Mrs.. Klncald also expressed) =

linen outwork cloth, i > during the tea hours > from around Games were played and prizes thanks to the Candy Stripersfor 4
women
centered with a silver cande- were Mrs. Herbert Bitch, Mrs. the young world in American" Institutions won by Mrs R. E. Lee and decorating the large PILLOW CASE SETS :

labra holding an epergne containing Carl Roberts, Mrs. J. D. War- of higher learning. Miss Brenda Jones. Christmas tree in the hospital
red carnations. Silver ren, and Mrs. Clyde B. Ter- lobby.
They then retun as teachers The linen-covered refresh-
$
punch bowls were on each willegar. Officers and executive to their native countries. ment table was centered withan 'P49 1.99ro$2 99
end and trays containing board members of the oblong of large poinsettias Delta Kappa -
I dainty sandwiches and holiday Local members serving as spray Alpha ..-J e- 'f
and
club assisted in serving L
/ with Imported
set -
hostesses for the meeting and was
Embroidered patterns, floral and novelties 111)
sweets were on the table. entertaining. Has Yule Party
i' Mrs. Warren> Winkler sllveand china. Holiday e
were :
colors and
the main auditorium, ( and dp gorgeous smartly gilt boxed. Pick up
In Members/
brought gifts
sweets were served with
Mrs. L. A. Canvoa. Mrs R. R. several for last minute gifts.'
where Christmas music, WAS placed them under the Christ- Andrews, Mrs. John Mitchell punch and coffee. with Mrs. Members of Alpha Delta I '

played on the stero, were holi- mas tree for later distributionto Mrs. W. H. Hart. Mrs. P. T. Ralph E. Jacobs, sister of the Kappa Sorority met at the "

day arrangements furnishedby patients at the Starke Nursing Nolan, Mrs. Johnny Johns, bride-elect, pouring coffee. home of Mrs. Ruth Reynolds, jTrr3cr- nr MEN'SGIFT
Colonial Florist and Nan- Home. The honoree received many I Monday night for their an- fc80x80 '

i I lovely sifts nual hostesses Christmas were Mrs.Party.Ruth Fra-Co- SETSLuncheon

1 r& I zier, Mrs. F. J, Pellum and IMPORTED.' DAMASK ; : "
<) q(:> Mrs. Russell Norman. Miss (Mrs. Fate" Brown. /.
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.;r:" 'f Della Rosenberg. Mrs. Evelyn: One of ,the outstanding decorations Sets .., .
t' Haney, Mrs. Marion Payne, was a reindeer made ,, '' f: .. 11-' .ra I values $1 & .,2

and Mrs. Carl Roberta.Presbyterian of mistletoe and holly. $1 GQ fr- '\."' 'rf to $2.50Initialed I
Preceding the Christmas Bo.odfo gift Riving.: Beauwith 4 napkin.? le J 7 'ivttifully *-*' / '
Men gomes, Mrs. Frazier gave the textured cotton'rayon; )) vJ Ayr .' f'
I devotional. Damask,In choice, of 4 eot' Wllh6n'kln.$2.99;;; ( i' /..,, "' handkerchiefs; handkerchief -
Entertain WivesThe During the meeting, presided or,. r". and .ICh' key chain' money clip sats; tie, billfold
Ing napkin In h. set, ."ao S4 99 "V 4 w .. In dresser, caddy,:' ; and many more
by the president : :
over With 8 napkin... "t. types, of gift sets nicely gift boxed.THjfe .
Men of the PresbyterIan Mrs. Brown, the club voted to e *
r Church entertained the contribute money for, all. exceptional ) *. ,, ***'K: "kt.;>/ *7"-L

Women of the Church at.a units In the countyto INFANT GIFTS j. !''t.,.. <;;;J ,

I dinner party Saturday nightat give Christmas parties for LAYETTE GIFTS tf 99 J.. '

Camp Montgomery on Cry- the children. Complete I selection' of towel set. j 1:0 U Ie", ,0, ,
stal Lake. Following the exchange, of bib and wash cloth let, and ,-; ,,,"
71 The U-shaped table where gifts! refreshments were served many more>. : e # "
INFANT-TOODLER DRESSES $199.t $ C99v
the 27 /guests were seated was from the tea tables over- \ .
Cut new Holiday styles" In no- l"
overlaid with a white linen laid! with a red Christmas' Iron cotton dacron blends Solid up .' .ndup -q I \ i
.. oloth and decorated with cloth and centered with a *nd print*. / .. '
Last for **lctfon of ,
,
Christmas arrangements large punch bowl surroundedby ,INFANT-TODDLER SWEATERS $1" styles tan 1: regular or long 1' II 1>>
The: minister of the church, greenery Interspersed with 100% turbo orlon coat styles for ;;r length. Nylon, cotton, 1 *. I \ ;,b.ti 1 / P
J girls I end boys. Solid' color with' uP acetate. 'In solid' or print' '" r"Y
Rev. Robert D. Burch and red and /green 'balls Mrs. assorted I trims.To sue 4. "- Sue 10 to 13.J" !!- ,
,
.' Mrs. Burch were .special guestsof Brown presided at the punchbowl INFANT 'lAYWEARCrawler $ 99 ',1- 'i.I fJ r
] J
this affair.Following *, coverall$' I fumpujlt 'In /

dinner, Rev. and Soft background music of many: Knit styles.' *.I Corduroy and. cotton up # Sleepwear ("E "
Mrs Burch were !hosts at open Christmas carols was played I': 4'
STRETCH PANTS
house for all members of the during refreshment time. $1" Large election, of stylus ,In ,, < ; !
N
For Infant and toddler Nylon gown and peiama. All type ; r
I church at the Manse on Beesent Twelve members were pre- stretch and fleece lined, stirrup >L of fabric., novelty and tailored T a
Road. sent to enjoy this occasion.: bottom with' embroidered and appli ( A$199

Refreshments! of punch:: ,' For KNIT Infant QLOVES and toddler*. Cut I. little 79 C qua and trims.high, sliade Pastel. $ .... MEN'S 1

cake, and Christmas! cookies Mr. and Mrs. Ritch mitten t with novelty I J lacquarddesigns. )4.. Regular. to. extra. 9'$399 / ;r.
largo aue*
I were served from a table covered
PRESS
Hosts To Choir DIAPER SITS oL'
with white linen cloth fPERMArJENT
.'" ,,:. '" a 2.pl.c.I sate.all hand embrotdercd ... / 4< .
.. and centered with a Christmas and.: ... '14 "
I some In uon fubnc.' 7
I "U\' ..>..o 1 I floral piece. Red lighted Mr. and Mrs. J. W. flitch Plastic..,lined. pant*,Silos lor boy* CANTRECEfe&"E : Shirts
:& Sport
: /
; : . I candles balanced. the centerarrangement. were hosts Sunday night at or gn" QUPONT >;\
I .', IIII their home on West Madison
Street when they entertained NYLONS A/n&99'
5 99LADIES'
I Mrs. Henry Godwin poured 3
I punch during the party hours. members of the Methodist .." most comfortable: .,, .4. -

.._...... Chancel Choir and their' husbands fitting hose you've worn. .
Ti : 79 a and I .In Dacron coltan
y. and wives following the ( Run guard In top and ? Regular Ivy styled
TEL Class 10. Nowmt color, The dell Depron polyester. no ban blend. B g -=
Enjoys r
Cantata presented at the Dressy \D' 'lwaYSPo'f..Ct' :8 11.PANT.HOSE. of woven plaid, mini,check and solid, :,
Christmas PartyThe evening church service '" I a small to extra large.

,, The center of Interest In the '

I Greetings To All Our Friends And Custom- T. E. L. Class of the home was the beautifully decorated R.Jouses! n' rErS-DOYS'! ? SOCKS

I First Baptist Church met )) Christmas tree placedIn

era And Our Sincere Thanks For Letting Thursday afternoon at 2:30: o'- reception! hall The Christmas 99 IP. ;{ fortgirdleoforguternylons Saamlei* meih-without the com 6q /r 2Sc t to 79c

clock at the home of Mrs. theme was also carried $2 'I belt. a9Perfect
Garl Mathews Church out in the decorations: on !the r );; 1 tat:new short length fashion /
Us Serve You. Happy Holiday To All Of on mllertlon Petit to tall.LADIES'GIRLS'. TO"mmlA..s I of f sock.r:*you've
colonial on the Big Holiday :
Street, at which time they porch and:: or )l\ .. ever eent: Every type, every fabric,
:
prallyblauut. Many '
held their Christmas party. lawn. and fabrics W 1 y every color, every *u* mad you II
You From All Of Us At \ find at Carp' Sock mala on
\ The Mathews home was decorated The tea table In the dining one for every 11.1 on PANTIES, your lullKEN'S every

In the Christmas room was overlaid with a cut- yourllyd.Ie 1111110"Terrific" 'values." yourfavorlle. rl
;, motif with a gaily lighted tree work cloth and centered witha : 1: or f1C r
'AO"S'1 BELTS
I serving as the focal point. silver sleigh and reindeer. ladle' 1
.
The program was presentedby Red candles in silver holders. to 69c & HANDKERCHIEFSBig "
Mrs. H. L. Hough. balanced the center arrange- CHILDREN S ::

kt$ During the .social hour the I ment.Mrs. $*]S OOSelection

members exchanged gifts.I ( L. J. Green, organistfor p IFCS STOCKING ,
''Mrs. Jessie Young' presidentof the choir presided over U

the class, was presented) a the silver coffee service. STUFFERS
book "Leaves of Gold.' Rev.! The hosts were assisted In S9'TO4a9 M ER'.BOYS'm.k. TIES
ELEANOR KELLEY RAY STONE
MRS and Mrs. W. A, Hogan also serving by Mrs Rltch'a mother ynRs Big selection' of f fi' cuts I
Had
ELIZABETH NEWCOMB received a gift. Mrs. Daisy Perryman. d.ne or spa..... C _. mall doll, ,animals' Ready
.
WILLIAMS that
MARQARET f0y .., clown etc.
At the conclusion of the Among ,those present were ...'.'.: ", g.of.. -ran' and colors' ..1 Ideal little, n. 49c to s1ii:
DOLLY SIMPSON VIOLET THOMAS meeting the hostess served the Rev. and Mrs. V. J Rags- ;plel. .na. tr. gifts for the ;
small fry. jy
delicious refreshments. dale and Miss Louise Stern, ..
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LARRY WILLIAMS : choir director.! \
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I Pair* 4 BRADFORD COTTNTT TKIJXJPACTI. BTAIUCTI. n.onmJ( .. THURSDAY. DEC !t.. 1961 .


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-" OPEN TO 9 P.M. THURS., FRI., AND SAT.

I Basketballers Win Fourth StraiglJtTrip
OPEN SUNDAY NOON TILL 6 P.M.


Bruce Jackson outreboundlngperrY'8 I It's Easy To Choose At Williams Jewelry
Perry coach Adklnson, "we'll be
6-6 Bill Satterwhite Rip Jackets
hard to beat with five players
who had 13 for the Bulldogs' Bulova
When You Choose
he added.
73-32 Hero'Saturday 32 points, the Tornadoes 75-43; hitting
Friday Adklnson also said that he
jumped off to an 11-2 first
i 'was pleased with the Improvement -
period lead. Satterwhite scored They Go Together -
the first basket of the In 'Road Game in' defense. '
"Our lull court! la
press PLAN
.
all
game for Perry but thats WILLIAMS
their finally beginning! to take
Still striving to pprfwt
the Bulldogs/ got the first per. a A powerful Tornado swept "
shape, he noted. '
increasingly\ effective full iod and the only time they x CHRISTMAS
court Coach Warney easterly Thursday night Into i The varsity mentor had particular CHRISTMAS -
press were ahead. the St. Augustine High School :
(
praise for big Bruce: WATCHES
Adkinsons Tornado extended
cagers 16 '
Chandler, who bucketed
gymnasium where It rLpped"PM't
Jackson, who hit for 13 pointsand
their early season rec-
hit from
for the night HAPPINESS
points
a swarm of Yellow'Jackets -
hauled in 16 rebounds fateam (
ord to 4-0 by handily tripping the corner and Paul McLeod, 73-43 Increasing Its ,,
Terry 73-32 Saturday night in who halt high of 23, high for the seasonJt.cksdn's
a game seasonal momentum to 3-0.
new-found NOW!
Bradford j ja i aggressiveness
gym. | got the first of many Tornado The Tornado was, 6f course "id 'what we tt r
a ii!":,' Playing defense from the' steals of the game and two Coach Warner Adklnson's needed! ," Adklnson just said.

;:::opening jump arid with 6-1 points and Adklnson's boys BHS cage squad' a team ', BUS hit for 40 per cent
Harold Chandler and 6-81 were on their way Jackson which has begun to show even
and
from the floor [29-73], Reserve "?
seater" potential. than, lash I Iyea.r'B' 60' per cent 117-28] from the your w ,


SMALL Thursday Tornado's conference was best chomps.undoubtedlythe effort this free BUS throw.:21 16 line.22 Ifl-75 Bulova whileselections

A lumlE! ( r S. A. 9 12 13 9-43 "
ELECTRIC year, as all. five starters scor- are I
ed in double figures and the BHS McLeod 6-9-21, /

.. "dead-eye duo! ," Paul McLeod Chandler 9-2-20, Jackson 8-3- complete
13 Brown 4-3-11, Mercer 5-
I and Harold Chandler contin- r Ix4
SO GRACIOUS TO GIVE, Y ued at their blistering. 20 -I-| 0-10. Totals: &8-17-76.
S. A.-Oreen,. 5-4-14. Walker -
SO GRAND TO GET points per game average. |
4-1-9, Mauldln 1-4-ti, Ro-
w (were Impressive also handed performances In by 6-3 der, 32Vanderbilt 0-3-3. o o (M ,o / q o 0 0 ,

COFFEE MAKERS I center Bruce Jackson,, who Orlder 1-0-2, Stansel 1-0-2, f f!
Ace (posted'a' personal season high Singleton 0-1-1 Totals: 28-15

Ii CAN OPENERS 0 } oT 13, and guards Adrian -43.JV. A sy.fl .

HOT PLATESPORTABLE I h t (Brown and Larry Mercer who
: MIXERS chipped In 11 and 10 points Five Wins I'
respectively to round out the

!Complete' Selection To Choose From balanced The Tornadoes, attack. wasted' little Over PerryBradford \ _! e

time in blowing over the Jackets High's junior varsity ..
as they swept ,to a 21-9 < cagers won their first fge :
:first period lead. The marginwas of the season
game young
vf T :: haLftime.'A increased. to 16 [137-21] Toy: Saturday night with a solid

3 -26 win over Perry.
*t 22 point outburst in the The win placed their season 'h 6 eta t

for men that/og are handy! A third period, sparked by :Mc record at 13. BHS lost 4325to 5 -! 1 fr Y I ILfA01N0

,Arms. high in t he air IK. the trademark of Bradford'IllgiVs Lead Chondler and Jackson, St Augustine in a road

NOTHING WILL PLEASE HIM BETTERA tough defense wiifth& la. becoming tougher game by moved BHS out In front 59- game Friday night.
game. 34. The romp continued until) Mark Craudon led the Tornado -
BLACK & DECKER TOOL Here Paul McLeod, who Is ,
averaging over 20 points
per the final buzzer as the Torna- scoring against Perry
COMPLETE LINE HAND AND POWER TOOLS game show whj/ lie an all-round team nun an he"make a' does' upped .their' winning with 10 points. Freddie Grau- .000. .

Fernandlna: Bea :11 player try desperately to get rid of the margin to 32 points. don had 7 points and 7 re Us!"I"A71 SINS'IS', LADY IULOVA"K" COMMANOER "H" 0000011 0'TINE"CC"
It He's A FishermanYOU '' 7dm end tiny with Modem atylir Youth and b..uty New dre.s model U.kt, .old sae.
ball. 'It was great to see all the bounds. $nedul advanced 11 Ieww..Toil,tile, captured In a Iin. 30 ;Waterproof' "or.ntln.flnl.h..CItad
!boys in double. figures," said1Paul > Tim Murphy was third'high stytnl 21 Jewels, and dnaata flan,.. SsII\ewef,watch. SeH,I..I& .. cry."" .
FIND THE EXACT Yellow a whit., Ohocwmntant tallow, wledlnt. shoch.raal.nt. Willis. .17.1..1.
WILL CERTAINLY ended with 13 ijoints, and Larry straight baskets. He didn't with six points, all talUefc/ in $40.0 $4.S3 'Yellow 0'whit. ...... Adl..l.bll. bracelet
GEAR IN OUR LARGE FISHING DEPT. Mercer 11 'to four ta'.11 In,auowachill.Caravelle ,
put score either but collected two the closing. minutes when he ,..,..
of_the Bradford. five in double fouls and two points via the entered the game to dribble
OUR PRICES ARE LOW figure flee throw line. yrw / the length of the court three-
Bulova The Greatest Values
Showing he i could hit from Jackson ran into foul trou- times and drove In for lay-ups. -' By --

:: BUILDERS HARDWARE AND the other si'3e too Chandlerhit line early In the second period The Tornadoes held a: one. '
a second long' basket for a giving Statterwhlte an advan- point 6-5 edge after the first Ever Offered
6-2 lead. Shoeing an aggress tage. Left more open the big period and increased the lead

: SUPPLY Iveness he has heretofore center hit five for Perry In ''by outsrortngr Perry 10-4 in 1 Caravelle Jeweled watches are built with high precision craftsmanship *
lacked, but i which highly the second period and seven 6a the second' period and 8-6 In''
pleased Coach Ard lnson, big In the third, the only offen- the thliU. The; two teams to meet the most rigid quality specifications. You are

: 301 E. Call SI., Phone 9GI-61G3 Bruce Jackson cleared the sive attack, the Bulldogs could r played an even 11-11 fourth)II assured of fine watch accuracy and long-life performance. And
r boards skid drove for two muster against the Tornado quarter. j

___' -.... --.... __ __ -..... __ .-.c- -....-______. "__" '-1.-1.i .. .._ __ __ press which had them coma Next action for the JV five I every Caravelle Watch is attractively gift packaged. It's the
: "' .. ;r I pletely demoralized.The will come Jan. 2 wben they I quality timepiece you can afford to own or give!

.-. half ended 22-10 the play on the front end of a,
.. Tornadoes Increasing their Bolles rematch in Jacksonville?!

.... lead only three points. The game starts at 6:30 p.m.
.. But the Big Red five came BHS summary Talley: 1-
,, >,1 out running, shooting and
: : 0-2, M. Graudon 4-2-10. F.
<' moving the ball In the third Oraudon 8-1-7, Myrick 0-0-0,
,
.. : period and-still walking. ,their! Kirkland 1-O-2." Marks 1-0-2,

.-. i effective press.Stealing Johns O-3-3, Murphy 3-0-6, Pat-,
the ball almost at ray O-O-O. Temple 0-0-0. Mc-

.... ; will and scoring on their own Rae 1-1-3; totals 14-7-3S.
offensive drives the Tornadoes-
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.. a'x1.s e piled: up 19 points In the third
FI period and a whopping 32 In RegistrationFor I
: ) the final frame. ./ ,

t Chandler McLeod, and Newt"T4 rm

: :, 1 Mercer, who played his best
floor game and hit eight L( Set At SFJC

-.. points In last period, all were ,

: hot in the second half Classes for the current term 1' OIMM-Styled far to CAHMtN-Raautlful 17 CHALlIN.-17( .'praelilonmovement. SKIPPCt-17 .Knral. '.. ....Ifd. -.'.....
: Adrala Brown, off his usual IA [Term III] at Santa Fe Junior .,.' smartly shored lawal bracelet. watch Waterproof, ahoekraalatant '"- lag waterproof, "'oc -,..1do
.. : scoring pace, played a fine defensive College will end Tuesday Deco:I woman Modem oil I cats cut and faceted lo.ilaam, untaraakabl ....In.nt,unbreakable mainspring
.. and dial. Quality 17 towel( on har wrist Shock.ailat' sprlnf Can It chrome finished 'luminous hand and dial sweep
N .. i2volwn game as did Mercer.! 19,. with the winter term)I movement,ihoct.raalatantla ant. M7.M with atalnlaaa Meal back. Camwend hand.This Quality crafted
.. The two harried the Perry [Term HI] scheduled, to begin! yellow or wnilt. |1..'J plat with handsome expansion ,timepiece' II $21.13
.. floormen all night long. Each McLeod Is averaging on Monday Jan 8. kind only. till*

.... had. several steals. almost 24 points per game In College offices will be open
.. ,. Coach Adkinson also substitute the Tornadoes' first four outfngs -on December. 20 and December Accutron By Bulova -- The World's Most
.. : freely all during the this _IIO The senior 27-29, and will re-open on
.. game; clearing l his bench In j front man was in, good''form I a normal schedule. on January Precise Wrist TimepieceThe

.-. ....'" #>> I the final pel'Iod. Richard Williams the second half against Perry.I 3.- I I

.. f.. Y David McKnlght, and This' jumper from about 15. Registration for the winter Accutron timepiece doesn't peTid on Iwutchworks. Instead, an
4fi 4NY> William Scoggtns played a feet out went In for two. of i term will be ,held January 4- have everything. It doesn't have a electronic tuning fork divides each
good bit starting In the second I
I .-. 4 j period and all played well. McLeod. 21 points._ 5., I mainspring, a hairspring, or a balance second Into 360 equal parts, so we

.-. L The Tornadoes, Coach Ad wheel. guarantee accuracy within a minute

.. klnson says, are playing together These parts make a watch run fast a month.*

better after four games or slow. A bit of dirt or glob of oil An average of two seconds a day.

and will have an effective can send springs, gears and wheel: That makes Accutron the perfect
E before to much longer
I
I press haywire gift for the man who has everything
I They are averaging. 75 points
I The Accutron timepiece doesn't deexcept the correct time.
per game) having scored a

.. rtI" total of 300 points In ,their BUILDERS HARDWAREAND "*, "" \'!' '- '>, "
.-. first four outings. trrtl !! '1,1'j_/

.. Most important present a child could get I McLeod went Into the Perry I SUPPLY ,y v,4&SS'" ": ,\ 'J r'. ;
.. <$'1 tt:1": ,
.. game with a 24 points average .
.. which dropped very slightly 301 E. CALL ST. / r f..T i.tvV. -.-." '-" "" \t'. .... . 1
when he hit 23 points. Chandler .... !r _(.J'f'.J. Z' 11,. t'r ,'" .r.... t y
: She doesn't know a lot about money but a wonderful "
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had a 21 point average PHONE 9616163MfSBSSrgg. "I. ;,'" O
:: way for her to learn is to give her the present with a and dropped off that pace to \ ( ,. E1.J;; .' ..'0' ,(.\ "-

16 Saturday. BHS hit 29 of 76 ,-.. _So'Y I
future-her savings account with us.She'l1loarn I r .. .
: own field goals for a 38 per cent. 1, .. "
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: thrift, the value of independence and the importance of Scoring Summary I .'.."... y.r.,..' '. _.. ,f:' : '. '.,, '-<....... 7th
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: the future These are BIts 11 11 19 32-73 : -" 'I '...... ;>..j ,
keeping a bright oyo on precious 'ftt 1', _..i
.. Perry 2 8 14 8-32 \I' ,,. It ;:':\{' __:;i>" .. I,):.
gifts to bestow on a child.Think about it,won't ? BHS ,McLeod 9-5-23 "" (.it ""''' .., .
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: you <
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!::.; ;\\l.1 ,.\ .j.. 2.
I Chandler 7-2-16, Jackson 4-5- 'Y. .... ... ... _;
: Then do your gift shopping for your children.. .with'us. 13, Mercer 4-3-11, Brown 204 ACCUTRON "..no"CCL'TItON "218" ACCITTROV SI'ACE-
McKnight 1-0-2 Dell 1-0-2. '
ALL-H nsi MEASURING 1QK gold-filled, waterproof IE\V "II"
Orlffls.1-0-2; totals 2$-15-731Perry Stlnle -Met"l ,
L111 L case waterlOK .
TOOL luminous dots and gold-filled, stainlesshands -
Culbreath 1-0-2
; proof, applied markers on
The Officers Directors and Employees Whiddon 1-1-3. Statterwhlte adjustable mesh silvcrtone dial, '''black alligator steel back, waterproof
I 8-2-18 Clayton: 2-1-5, Lewis *' The ONE Tool That bracelet with fold-over strap. 1)1123.00) t luminous dots and hands,

:' Wish You A I 0-2-2, Metcalf 1-0-2; totals 5..8C; Makes Your Home ..29PROTRACTOR c buckle. $175: adjustable band. $150.00
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e, 4III I before me, an officer For Men and Women Watches _
authorised to admlplster
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': :::; P1 :, I Tornado quarterback thlasea- Star for the first time on Its
Tornado Five Heads : : i4kFi' : 1 Gridders Dayton Belote Named 66n but It was on defense that way to the abate tII t1e.

lit'' Y x a he crabtoed. high honor The Live Oak runner-up Uaat-
160-pound junior from Keystone 1 in the conference, ands thJjS
To 22-Man All-Conference Team Heights was named all 'ranked. Palatka. each pic a
\Into Dunedin TourneyPlacing .ac I //v conference and second team four men on the squad. Or *
all-Area. at his defensive ange Park had three members.'

I ,I TWO Tornado grlddera, center and two. blocked punts. safety spot Belote had 48 Holies and Bradford High two
: their 4-0 win skein win they will neat play at rYt"qr Andy May tan and) back Mayton was also named tackles, 11 assists ands intercepted each and St. Augustine one.
on the line' the undefeated '7:30: ttm. Friday, Dec 29. If e ? ', Billy Belote, have been named I third team all-state this season three passes 3

Bradford High basket bailers they tose the first game they i i'will tothe 22-man Florida Star from the Tornadoes' 5-4 Six memoers of the undefeated -
will enter the tough" Dunedin: play next Friday at S.30i: THE RIGHT POINT for U
I All-Conference squad for 1967.i team. He was an all-state Class A state champIon -
Highland Classic Chrlrfmu I, i May ton, 195-pound senior ,tackle In 1868 from the 12-0 Lake City team were the way JOB write. Come Id
Tournament In their hext Competition pm.Winning one'of three, /games i iIn : who has signed t a fouryeargrid Class A state champs. named to the all-loop squad. and select your favorite legs

next Thursday,, Dec... the Yule tdurney last.' year pact with Georgia Tech Belote, a Junior, was the Lake City won the Florida TERBROOK tvuntaln pea (
28. 'I. the Tornadoes flnlnbed In Is one of six players on the i
Dunedin) Is the defending fourth place. They topped ''i squad for the. second straight ,
Class A stats champion, which Wauchula 69-49 but lost to I
'I i :year He was named an all-
I.1 just a sample of the high Dunedin 73-66 and St. Petersburg ;' conference tackle from the --- -- -.._ ------_.... .
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class competition the ----- ------ --- --
Tornado Northeast Class AA 1966 State team VU/C
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cagrers will be facing. Other 7441. *"., but this year was voted a
teams entering the isoc. 28, 4\t.\ Coach Warney Adklnson flJ '- < berth at center. ..
and 30 tourney are Apopka, Urea his five stands a better i :I The big lineman was also
Del Ray Beach, Bishop Barry: chance this year, since all five I named to the Gainesville I I
Seminole, Milton and Sanford. of his starter have practice ', r Sun'a All-Area squad. for the, During The Holiday Season
No regular season gamesare and played together In. preseason I second year this time at
scheduled for next week drills and through all <, i I linebacker. He led the Tornado -I. Enjoy\ Our Buffet
leavln the Tornadoes Idle until four games to date. The 198C I i' defense at 58 tackles, 59 1
the Christmas Tournament.To five_ had three: members who,: ; assists, 3 recovered fumbles,I' 'I, ill' Served Dally
date they have beaten had "l practised, only seven times I IJeanie's
Bollea 63-56, Fernandlna Beach Tech i
before entering the tournament Signs MaytorrAwly
89- 9. St. Augustine 73-43: and the coach Mid. I iI { We have more special preparation just to please you and your family

Perry''73-32. Next regular season t In their first fouf tames I t! = during the holidays! Iq I !
game will be a return the Tornadoes have! scored, ex- Mayton signs II four-year" grant-ln-ald to nr&,11&TlIC'b'BoI .
match 'WIth Bollea In Jacksonville actly 300 points, an averageof he recover from a Hhoultler operation In AliuhnufJ ,

Jan. 2. 73: per game. They haveaveraged .nrral'. 'lIOHpltal.( Looking on urn his high echoed grid riMMli, Florist Jif al J Lunch Buffet Dinner Buffet

The Tornadoes, will play Del 11 points In first: n"'ld'"UIft( left, unit his. mother, Kin. E. F. Mayton, and 1, > 11:00: a.m. to 2:00: p.m J 5:00 p.m. to 9:00: p.m.
Ray Beach at ,:\\SO! ptn. Thursday period playr: 16 the second, 19 I :
Deov. 28,... In .their ""first the thh-4 and''"ft In the fourth Teih Ix-fennlve/ pinch Dub Feijiermun.Ffnprrnuin 411 S. WALNUT 8r f\4\ :{ $$1.25 $1.45

game l lot Vntt double elimination j period Indicating< 'they come on.strong / said It wan the first time he had ever signed I

Christmas_ ..t.ol1&110U, Duty-, In -the-finish. a grl lUr. from his hospital bed, but ,he appeared happy to

get the 19 'Iuund BruiUonl. IIIli| Htar'H name on pupnr. Christmas Arrangements For
rent "ne.dj;. Ventilation and I TWO HOT ENTREES
BHS Faces lighttnu: are poor in must For the wroml year In a row Muyton gathered In all- All Occasions
:
areas;: there'1. bo tteoltlft/f area, all-conference, and wH-Ntute honors, lie waN a wturteron TWO VEGETABLES
,
aid clinic, ; ho Materials center two Tornado Class A state champion tennis and raptalnnl a
Disaccreditation for safe storage of instruction. the 19U7 team, leading: them ilefennlvely with 117 tarklett.Uurlng HOME DECORATIONS CORSAGES ASSORTED SALADS

al aids, and restioom facilities his. three-year, high school grid mre'r lie i played' l middle ROLLS BUTTER TEA COFFEE :'
Kinds of For The -- --
All ,
are below Arrangements
par. guard Mid I, tackle, center, and l Iliieuavkpr. j ,
(Continued mom Pays One!) Temple pinpointed this problem
gory. when he observed l that !Mayton I.I the second Tornado gridtlcr to go to O8Or&,18I I Cemetery HAVE YOUK COFFEE BREAK ON US ,

Upon completion of the "the school wall built to serve Tech In the past three year Knd Eddie I>o ir ;lu4 from Orooker ALl. DAY CHRISTMAS EVE
the needs of the 1920'N --- t'aetc! \VJ., it red-Hhlrted Phone. 964.7704
for
BJ>Ou. e'. studies, the family\ sophomore Tech tlil past MUUMIII and I
Is no reason to expect. It to Couch Curtis;! Edwards; Restaurant ManagerDAHMER'S
usually leaves OJe! area. meet the demands of .r..JlIU.lllun says lie .will, pre' action! next J'eur I r :
Temple admits that this 1987"Inadequate --
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problem will be a difficult one Fund .71 ...-------- --- ..............__.._ .... ___ -.___ --- -;- J_
The third major of
to solve. area Inadequacy -
VBut\ unless we do something at BUS was citedas
the "poor financial
to make'' our teachers support
want to tay at BHS, the problem program.
It DISCOUNT
was explained
that BHS
," he
can only get worse receives
adcWd. only one dollar per
pupil from county funds for I II'.e
'Salaries' conditions and ,
purchase of Instructional :
physical facilities must 'be 1m=
aids and materials. This Includes 112 E. CALL STREET '
proved af Bradford High, said such items 'as visual I PHONE 964-7923
Temple "This Is the only InteU1&ent' I
aids, art supplies, paper, duDll!
anewer. I
eating equipment and suppl'cs'! .

To help Help remedy Requested the problem home The economics only additional supplies sourceof etc. BRINGS YOU FACTORY-DIRECT SAVINGS! FOR CHRISTMAS :

of inadequate curriculum
funds for these material
development which is aggravated comes from student fees _
Featuring The New Trend
turn-
by high faculty which this year amounted, to -
over Temple has asked the
$5.800 .
(from approximately
county school board to approve 1250 Students). I
I

of funds department to establish heads a In network the academia 63 This teachers means has that only each of abort th. j "Line of Sight VieWin g" I ray t F ..1

areas of science, math 1100 to spend per teaching j.
English and social st'udies nl
unit
for these vital materials I
BHS.Under ,Wilson termed this spendIng ;
the plan departmentheads as below the minimum acceptable I,
_would receive! a salary COMBOS
standards. ..
supplement Of $600 a year, and Viewing the total jftmtlon, j
their responsibilities would include I 4'999 5
Temple said that "BHS In I $
developing a standardized -
clearly faced with a dilemma
curriculum program, ''or How It Is solved will rent primarily Irom T.B. .
guide, to be fonowed by Instructors with the school board N

la each department. and the citizens of Bradford ,y fh11. V .
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"Under department head County." + r -A. -.e..a : : :! -": % r9?

guidance, the helter-akel'er Start At BUS '
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Year
method of curriculum development _
? could be greatly reduced "I feel very strongly,"
," Baal Temple.' Temple' added, "that the major 1 I I Pro rated
The principal also noted share of any future fund. for 2fi7 Sq. In.

that "the salary supplement building in the county, and Color
might also tend to stem turnover the energies expended planningand ) : T'T's
.- developing for future educational J I
among our key personnnet. .. Walnut Picture
." need '- should be CONSOLES
School board members have spent on Bradford High School. J ; :
also heard a request from The high school Is the doorway Th : '
to the future of 29995
be our atuJents I '
Temple that a specialist
hired by the county to handle and In many Instances 1 UPRIGHT COMBO Warranty FROM ; ;
ia the last chance
overall reaponsVbility for the that we .,
as educators will have to Influence -
development1 and maintenanceof the minds of our J *295 Sq. In. Color TV $1.50I'er ;
at
the academic curriculum :
BHS. younger generat'ion." *AM-FM Radio Year ,\
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Insurance punpones. the clerk. Edwards said secrctarloa -
| Christmas Parade :Power Plant Approved the closing of in his office have

City Hall next Tuesday. as children and cannot get babysitters
I well as Christmas Day on next Tuesday.
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same terms.!! Tucker is to present y f
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H repair project on Cherry and r,
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In other action, the Council:
fd1d Was told by Clerk Merrill
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1 Councilman Nolan that regular BILL POWELLOF
A i it city fireman have been, cov
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t + r v ered by Traveler's Life Insurance -

p Co. for $10,000 as required
by state law.

f -Was told by Mayor Carl I NATIONWIDE INSURANCE
to'f J I Hurst upon another question

-- :runt Ii, __ __ __ __n __ from Noun that the city's two Wishes You

Two Christmas nrenoit won first and srcond place In the annual ChrlntmuxI'nraxle test Church' with a rellglmin' ncene. Second place went to the Junior Woman's new police cars purchaisedi fromNoegel's I
. I Auto Sales are ready
last Friday. First place with Its $30 cash prize went to the Boatdraln 811.'"- Club with its portrayal of Santa's Workshop. and have been delivered to Merry ChristmasAnd

the Maoclenny Chevrolet Deal
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the county schools would definitely grlnepra !that definitely entabli arty, the restaurant. and the plant. er. I
Volume Rate receive the lower rateIf h the coat of procudlng cur-,'motel Itsolf are all on the I Commercial rate (in effect. Called for bids on a street An Abundant Share Of All The Good Things

all meters were consolidated.Tho rent Estimates arrived at by, came' sewage and gas lines. now is: 15 KW minimum, sweeper and a trencher after
new vo-tech school whenIn various city officials put the This enables the establishment? $1.50; first 100 KW, $8.130; I specifications were approvedby That Are Part Of Christmas Joy And Happiness.

May Be Out full operation will probably cost anywhere from a penny 1 to'pay Just: ;01108' .minimum,1,, from 100 qualify for the new rate hesaid. per KW to 1.6 cents. I when they should be paying KW; from 1,500 to 2,000 KW,I man" of Reynolds, Smith and ,
One councilman statea that? several some Council members So per KW; 2,000 to 50,000, Hills. Ruckman gave the city I II
Continued From Page Ones I It has been reported to the if the low rate Is a losing I j' think. Instances of the same KW per month 2c per KW. I forma to use for future specifications i

rate But Utilities Supt. Oscar Council that some businessmen proposition and the engineers practice also exist In other The special rate gives a breakto to simplify lhe procedure -
Davis !says! that the two are combining' meters from ,IU recommend<<, abolishing it, he| places In town..' one city official of having them checked '
largest several establishments. In order j will vote to do so and "take 1.75 cents per KW after i by the engineering firm. I
grocery storM Food told the council.
'to qualify for the special( rate, my knocks." I I Any recommendation 2,000 KW for those who aver- -Heard a report by Clerk
Pair and Wdn-n-DIxle' are mado
drawing close. Davis also said'I although none has yet. I Another bone of contention, may come;< from the city's age over 50,000 KW per Edwards that replacementvalue
Some councilmen contendthe on the Holiday:: Inn Is that the Bond Trustees; who are I II.rt awllll roust. Iniuranc Company Nationwide Mutual' 1 Fir* 'Imwanct/ Company",
charged
month. of $915,080 has been set K.uJ1nM. Ufa Insurant Company, shame ;
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city l Is losing money selling I two residences on Inn propTheatre with operation of, '''the power I
1.75 cents KW. on the city power plant for'
current for per however _: ". ...,;,;;.:.;-..:..'L..C', <:':'.'"1. -
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defends the volume rate '
PersonTo and says he does! not think the T YoU'Ulind
Rework Old city Is losing on ft. He says / '

Furniture.QUIGLEY'S. the raft was approved by the I it I'I
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MUSEUM I the volume rate would I .....
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I CARL BEGGS USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned -
If you find your name among the Classified Ads \ /
$l5 up. 10 different
I I f.. Gulf Service name brands to choose from.
u come to the office A
Telegraph
-Thls'Y-Br'--par de, ;,headed]I' and receive TWO USED PARTS Parts &: excellent repairs aM

Used Honda by Recreation Director. Gene! FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive- Top Prices for Wrecked t Curs makes. KIRBY SALES ASTCRVICE / '
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Passes In. 376-7110.
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riding a bicycle with a crooked Fuel
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SCOOTER ... r HASTINGS MATTRESS'I I AAA -S&: II Green Stomp AT LAST!
the superintendent r'I' CL"I..ICD I Hwy. 801 N. Waldo
'I AD & UPHOLSTERY WORKS A HOME: OWNERS
M81998LACY
maintains. RATES: 710 Lemon
St. Palatka
LIKE NEW SERIES 50 WITH There are now no, concrete Ce. t. .8 w.rd.' ____....eo CONWAY POLICY
figures, compiled by the" en-I ,.. ... Furniture Repaired For Mobile Homes
4,050 JULESTERWILLEGAR\ Hack word ov.. 10 _.07 Upholstered & Refinished I FLYING SERVICEFLIGHT That
-t:: INSTRUCTION. Air- Qualify
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paid chars I. .....If..'..not. : _dM1MRMOSIAL.'R6 MATTRESSES REBUILT,, plan rentals. Greyhcund Bus CALL THE MAN\

MOTORS -12 Wides C OLl TIONS New innersprings Charter. Keep your party together FROM\ KEYSTONE MASONRY

S _.<. ... .v..*4 and Box Springs charter a bus. Phone ,
061-6090./ George E. LaRue
i UII A Curd Call tfchgINSURANCE
I CARD Oil' THANKS' Drop or
Custom '
Mad.For' : !IM> weed. se lf>.. ___, .... PALATKA EA 159166IRS. INSURANCE AGENCY MATERIALSReady
Florida Living Hark. word ov.r .__." Keystone
p. -. PEGGY SHAI-LER AT REDUCED RATES UN. 473-4692 Mix Concrete, Concrete

The Ideal Get Move :209 E. Adkins St. AUTO. FIRE. BOAT Block, Sand Rook,
SILVER SANDS .LAKE
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r ::; : For Your $ S $2,700 to $3.500 Stands Agent INSURANCE AGENCY FOR and 2 RENT Furnished 1 Cement Mortar, Steel Oyster -
bedroom
GATOR BONE LAKE tfchg apartments. Shell" Lhnerock, toot
No Salaried or Com Unfurnished 2 bedroom
J Gilt : t4, missioned Employees $3,515to, $4,275 house. W. H. Nollm/vn, 510 Gravel Procant Lintels and
Myers Power
EASY TERMS 'I ToolsArea NT Cherry St. tfchg Window 8in. Everythingfor :

DAD &: BRAD LARSEN See S.'E. Headquarters For I AFTER I !HaMonry ponstruoUon.Bradford .
McKay CHRISTMAS
for LIKE TO WORK Lawnmowen Power Tools starting
Keystone) Height. McCulIoch Chain Saw.Ilanp. .) new classes for our late

YOU Benefit! 473-4740 or 173-4132 I & Water Systems. ) comers.nh. 064-1098.Tap, Ballet, Acro, etc
1'hnnmi. 473-4818 Briggs A: Stratton Engine: tf chg:
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Kitty Rentals Sale f! Service No. 605 SWIM
AH Sizes on Display FOR !SALEBRTCK HOUSE 230 N.E. 16th Ave. LAX. 1 Acre pool. AND 3 bedroom RE ; Engineering Co.
ready for occupancy, :3 bed I _
8-10-12 Wide MARY M1 e Gainesville 376-3411 modern home. $12,500 ,
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room 1% batn. treated just good
IVi Baths! 4 I tfchg terms. Phone Starke
CARTER outside
of
city limits in
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and Expandables SECLUDED 20
Plnebreeze.
PAINTSRuby Easy monthly FOR RENT--4 room and bath ACRES. 3 miles of Starke 964-5403
CATCatNip terms.
The Longchamp Coast; Co.
Original TYPEWRITER RENTALS: lirnlshed apartment. Call 9641832. Beautiful building site. Pine

Scratching New and Used : and Pee Wee pone Contact 964-6853 Bufcid P. Mitchell O. Box, !Day, week or month. -Bradford > tfchg down.and Pecan. trees. $1>.000. 1/3.I

I DampierI County Telegraph. Phom
238 Starke. tfcto
RETAIL ,PRICE 8-Yr. financing available II 064-6305. tfJ No. 608 TO SETTLE ES DID YOU KNOW it's easy to

POST I FURNISHED. PUMPSNEW TATE. 7 rentals and home own a Longchamp Home?

: $2.95 Use Our Rental-Pur- APARTMENTS REAL ESTATE AND USEDSALESPARTSSERVICE Location price and terms Hotter built for Florida llr-
chas l'lan-Pa"IDent. ANK YOU NOTES-Beau Modern furnished, one-bed BUY- SELLTRDE couldn't COMPLETE: !( Under $50 Per Month tifully engraved la gold or room apts. Available Immedi give us a call.STROUT Your lot or ours Contact Bu-
silver. $1.25 for box of 25, including ately. AIr-conditioned: Next to BILL POWELL Deep & Shallow Wells REALTY ford Mitchell, phone 864-

.- The original CAT Cat-Nip SCRATCHING POST envelopes Bradford Brad. High School. See Mr., Real Estate Water Softeners &,, Filters 2117 N. Temple Ave.. 6833. P. O. Box 238. Stark

for Pet Cats. Completely carpet covered base, as County Telegraph. U Frees the resident manager.Ph. 404 W. Madison St. .Expert Service On Starke. Fla. tiC 3.

; : well as post. Cat-Nip and Cat-Nip Stems under PECANS Fresh shelled bellquality Ph. 004- 286 after 5:3O: p.m. Phones: Off. 961-6461 AH Makes ((904)) 9646609WAITRESSES

1 carpeted'' post.'Cat-Nip Mouse and Bells on spring 1V .I I $2.00 lb. Christmas Btchg 12-21 J i. Phone 961-7061 WANTED: Attractive FOR SALE -Petunia Plants,

which is covered with Nylon to prevent cats' claws trees, price tagged from $1.25 WE: BUY used furniture, DURRANCE PUMP Dependable. Apply to better shrubbery: Azaleas
Mobile Home 'to I 300. Don,. Champion 410 '' ap- AND John Wood, The and Ca-mllllas for leas Cedars
SUPPLY CO. Branding Iron
from I II
being'caught in Best Time ( of
spring. AVAILABLE Short Street. tf chg To Buy j| pllancea or anything value. I Restaurant, Starke, Fla. for Christmas trees. Ferguson

Cats Love It! Full Lake Privileges!!! I, SACRIFICE Titan :Mobile I I I Off Season Prices I I 7923.Dahmers Discount House,tfchg 964- Tilt, RIGHT POINT for the 2tchg 12-21 I Nursery 964-6227., Ralford Road.tfchg Ph.

Homestead Exempt- I Coach JO x 50 ft., large bath, New & Good Used way you write. Come In APPROX. 1 Acre land for
Can he purchased in the following stores: living room, 2 BR. Floridawindows. LawnmowersFIRESTONESTARKE j' 1966 FLEETWOOD TRAT7..KR12'x60' and select your favorite ES- sale. Well. Septic Tank, Shrub WAITRESSES
Financing
I 2 bedrooms No
Phone 4734178. equity TERBROOK fountain pen. bery and other plants. 10x12 needed also
t Gainesville; G. C. Murphy's Sears, Neisner'a, I 4tchg! 1-4-68 I I I take up payments. Call l and 6x8 shed. On mail route,, part time girl. Apply In per-

Fla.. Pest Control, Che nut Office Equipment Co.,, Lake Geneva I FOR SALE i I 964-6809 4tp 12-18 A classified ad In the Tele- 2/10 mile to school bus, near I bon.South.Longhorn Starke. Ro taurant. 301
1966 Motor graph brines results. tfchg
And Many Others. Bike. FOR RENT 1 bedroom Sampson Lake Ph. 964-5199.
Phone
JKeystonc, Heights Itelnte's Drug Store, or I Westmoreland.61-6855 St. after, 500 5 S. FOB BENT-Furnished nice furnished house. '308 S. WaterSt. 2tp 12-21 NEW MOTORCYCLE helmet
Hilly Rose Aquatic Gardens. Trailer Sales 12-21 p.m. 3 room bachelor'\ apt. near Bt L9. Ph. 964-6785. itch g ANTIQUES Sign Paintingand FOR SALE and Bubble Shield for sale $15.
2tpd Large ,
I Pictorial Pony
Private entrance and parting; Sign Painting of f Call Mike Crawford Laiwtey
Starke Florida Pest ,Control, and Uullington'sGift Om Route 100. On* MIle SK I $50 month. Renner' Apts. 633 FOR SALE RemJn 'ton Stud any kind, any size. Reasonable and saddle, $150. Win hold( 7823781. It
Gun Model 450.: 3 each Skill.saws I until Christmas. Phone 961-
Shop. Keystone, HetfhU MEN WANTED: MoMahore. Phone 964-6279. prices see us. Bicycles tricycles
Open Sun. & Even Ing* I i ij Etch. V..", 3/8", Ya" drills and wagons. Dolls. of 5013.( UpI 1 EUNICE NURSERY Pecans -
I. j LIVESTOCKBUYER UM". Some hand tools reasonable all kinds of any size. All at I PLENTY of fresh earthwormsat Peach, Pear and Plum
CEDAR CHRISTMAS TREESfor or make offer. Phone give away prices. Vi Inch 4xs Pratt St. Bait Center. $1.75 Trees; an bare root. Citrus
sale. 2 to $5':CI E.Sanders, 9845184. ItpHOMESITE exterior plywood $3.73.8 ft. per huNdred trees container grown. Azalea.
Phone 964.76983tp1221: 2x4 Cedar 60o. Mortar Mix Itchg Camellias, In bud and bloom.
In Thin Area. To Train As Available 105' $1.40 per bag all new, quantity BLACK AND TAN Hound Branded Petunias, 'Calendulas,
CHRISTMAS CLOSING 'NOTICE Learn to buy cattle. ,hogs 45,?> OODS.. ,Oka,' "Cumberland >X.. 105'. Nice neighbors. City limitaj. Electric Appliances. male. Just turned year old. I Panrries. Other shrubs. 2 miles
veal and lunilm at sale I ,'Broadusr t year old, $30 utilities, tapped and ready. Toys. Clothing Electric Toasters Registered stock Reasonable.I l north: of Lawtey. Turn left at
burn, and direr from I and up. Water.jugs,. :50o\ each. Walking distance to shoppingarea $2.25. Electric Irons $1.95. Phone 782-3015. Itp 'sign. Ph. 782-3465.
farm \Ve prefer to trainmen Ph. 9645096. of Starke. Beautiful .
Itch .
g Phonograph Records 25c each 1- 4tchg l-ll
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The Following Insurance Agencies with.farm or livestockoxpcrlpiM'e. 'shady. Pecan trees, $2,250 Toilets Commodes, $B. Stoves! Leaving for Washington", D.C. !
:< For local interview I FOR RENT 2 room efficiency Terms available. $225 down Heaters $3 up. Brick $5 hund; Dec. 26, will take 1 or 2 passengers II FOUND 1 Manchester dog.
write Riving age : apartment,with kitchenette $30 per month at 6 per rent' red. All kinds of stuff. Come with driver's license Owner: identify and pay for ad.
Will Be Closed phone and background t<> furnished All utilities. Interest Ph. 964-5438. tfchg out and browse' around. We to share expenses. Contact Pat I Phone 964-7879. lip ,

National Institute of Meat I Adults only. Inquire Whisper. buy. sell, and trade anything Dickens, Ralford Fla.
Packing Box, 160X3, Cleve- ing Pines Motel or call 964-i FOR RENT -- 3 bedroom RESPONSIBLE PARTY would
Old Griffls Itchg
land. Ohio 41118.I 6763. Itch g home. 'Corner ,Call and Christian Trading Post I like to rent or lease 3 bed-
Saturday Noon Dec. 23 thru Dec. 26' Streets. Ph. 964-6491. 2% miles north of Starke on FOR SALE 65 acre farm room home with family room
Tuesday 301. 6
FOR SALE 'fluorescent Itp Open days a week I t highly Improved Bahia peat ute. In desirable neighborhood. Con-
,I light fixtures used 4,000 fsee t.! a.m. to 9 p.m. Closed Sundiy 8 acres Pecans. House, bams tact -Mrf Tucker, phone 964of -
Repossessed FHA/VA Hdu No. 12 TW single strand elec-, FOR SALE -- Counter andshelves 2tp 12-21 1 and wells. 3 miles' North j,i 5395.: tfchgiNEW / ,
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HAROLD C. WALL ,I Available In Gainesville, Ocala trld wire new. 200 Amp from dry goods store.Ph. Starke. Contact Doyle Conner',1; "'
INC.
and Palatka. $100.00 to $30000 switch ''boxes used. Ph. 964-' 7823203. Itp j SPECIALIZING' In sales of 964-7369. 4tchg 1-11 L'I 3Vi acres layer farm }\
Jown. Contact A. J. Thomas, 5184. 7OOO( capacity. Two "bedroom
; Itp, Real Brfate and In appraisalsfor !
DOYLE E. CONNER INSURANCE AGENCY I Realtor, Starke, Fla., Tel. 964- FOR SALE' -. 1 each -- 10.0O estates corporate and In FOR SALE 2 used SO gal. I mobile horn. $16,500. Phone j I,
5701. tfchg I FOR SALE -- One registeredfemale x: 15 tire, new; 2 each dividual owners. 30 years experience upright water heaters:; 1 used 9635096. Ifchjf

{ .: CHARLEY E. JOHNS AGENCY FOR RENT Dachshund dogW I 10.00 x 20, used. $13 all 3. In Florida land mat 30 gal. table top water heater; FURNISHED' APT. 3 '
Nicely furnl
make a good pef. Ph. 964-7620. room
Ph. 961-5184. Itp tare A. J. Thomas, License 1 used Floor Furnace (gun
hthed l 2 !bedroom house with
private bath.
comfortable Central
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STATE ,' type automatic): used Stereo
FARM INSURANCEBILL Real Fatale Broker, Stark, :
and homey. Near BHS. heat. 204 W. Adklns St.2tchg.
USED HONDA Scooter like' Fin. Tel. 964-57O1. Record! Player. Well' Electric
$75 month. Renner Apt. 633 FOR SALE 1960 Ford tfchg 12-28
POWELL INSURANCE AGENCY McMahon. Ph. 9616279. Pickup $295.00. 1957: CMC 1 new. Series. SO with 4050 mile. Repairs. tfcng

'. tfchgA ton, $250.00. 1958 Chev. 8 cyl. Terwlllegar! Motors. ItchgA LAYER: FARM 20.00O Can

motor complete, $100.00. Hood parity, only 1 year old. Adjustable! Vinyl BookCover Adjustable Vinyl Boann
classified. ad In the Te le-: condition. Call 9IH 184.I ClaMlll' Ad In the TItLE.U.UU
II acres 4 bfOrootn home, $4D- *. All stars: 30 cents e Covers All Rlv! 30 cents ask=
graph brine results. I Itp <. brings re.Wts.I 000. Ph. 06"- 006. Itchg. aa The Tfhirivph. loa The Telenapb.IV .

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". STARKE.. Fi.onmA. TIIIJIISDA v. DECEMUKK 21. 1961'j

been enjoyed by members of I Reno Restaurant on Jan. 9 a.tJ) -
I SENIOR I the Bradford County Senior"Citizens 1 p. m. Installation of the
I Club'\ In co-operation I newly elected officers for 1968! 1(:; JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY OF
CITIZENS NEWS with the Recreation Depart will take place at this time. ) STARKE, FLORIDA, INC.
ment. At our Christmas meet- All members are notkfiedi to
I I Ins Dec. 12. It was voted to'I' attend. It was also voted that
\ Another successful yea!' has i I, hold an Annual Dinner at To- all members of the Recreation 1
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PInt ChrbtmM 6ift4yrrh to be invited by mall to pax- r ','W .",..,"......_. ......... ,,,,i((';<<,,
end fr.nfcinc.nt. take of this meal with us.
And 'sold We were happy to see Alex I isfiWJ5I :Sje

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Vh ling\ c.ll.J lOb.. where he attended his grand .w..w.\\v.- ... v.w..w""
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Who tr.iUd ata son's wedding. Alex led! the
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T l'lIu lh aaat.r" aki... ,game t throivh> which we exchanged Ri'$;::: mtMg t ,,:;:::iM; ;@!
Pursuing hep gifts.
Fulfilling! faith Happy Birthday greetings
,Leng !Jong ''
g. 'ONto'I I were sung to Elsie Stein of
Myrrh .nj frnliinc.iua. Keystone Helvhts! in celfo'braI I
And gold.. t, tion of her 80th year. "I Love
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On that ChrTttmM eight You Truly' was sung to Paul
Of ofd.Chri.t,. and Thelma Fair who were I
II born '
45 this month.
marrtfcji years
,7h. gift of Soa
Who 'giVM th* werlj' We missed Orace VanBus-
Hit $on. kirk and are sorry to hear of
Th* tift of tow her Illness and hope that she
To mtgnify '" -, will recover soon.
All tr"a.ur.. thouMndfold.GAY'S Thanks to The Telegraph II
and Its staff for their fine cooperation I
-J CK RiILJ.Y.... during 1907. To you I
and all the people of Bradford I
County we sincerely wish you
all the best-
and a Healthy and Happy : I .
New.OTeiuv ... I We wish yoy 9..t-eet1.Dg.so
--Joe Kerrtran I A Christmas

To ono and aH
Joy-filled
and blessed.Suwannee and thanJts for v r w';wish our friends and pafror"*
Starke "GO"Service your patronage ._ the blessings of a warm andj

WOODBURN'S happy holiday. (

HOME APPLIANCES Kill Edwards Store Winkler Electric, I
GEM JEWELRY Marc Jackson Inman Green
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1 9.We would like to encourage :Mr and Mrs. \ the Tax and Regulatory Division -\ SELECTIVE 1P8T, and .Executive Order l1380. '- -' -
each adult and teenage; member dell were over in of this office. I ihope SERVICE w.l11ch'oprescJ.Sbel1! Implementing "f"r
THERESSABy of the chui'oh to come and shopping Thursday I I-I your article, along with the. I ''regulation,.and wis
Join In our choir. [Practice] Mr. and Mrs. \ future articles you promise, Questions-Answers .signed on the same' da..., formed r i
(Cheryl GrlfflaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Is held each. Wednesday, night of Mlddleburg and may point up the wisdom and the bails for selectiveservice
after church. Akrldge of Starke need of passing a bill such as Question: At what age mustI law.Questions,
.* Mr and Mrs. R. O Zeiglerof ner guests Dei, 12. 1987 the one slderalled for study I register for the Selective I
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Gainesville were the guests Rev. With gratitude for I. Service System? i
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HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Dear Mr. Matthews: for
Sunday School 10 a. m. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J D, ham and family I I want to sincerely thank public service, and with warm Answer: You must Service register Sys- Selective,Army prior Service bo. registering Must I register -
with the Selective
Morning Worship 11 a. m.: Onus and family Mrs Walter you for the ell-wiltten and regards I amMost 'after am discharged? 1 '
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Mi'and Mrs a L Crawford tem upon reaching your
hunting I I sincerely
Friday .1I1t&I entitled
Training Union 6:30: p. m. effective editorial Answer! Yes within 30 days
within 5 days
Evening Worship, 7:15: p. m. attended the birthday dinnerof with his brother of "Deai' Mi. Dickinson" and Bud birthday thereafter. or. !following the date. on which I
Wednesday Night Prayer Mr. Crawford's grandfatherand They were! hunting contained In the November 30 I "FRED O. DICKINSON. JR.
Is legal you are separated.
Question What the !
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his cousin L. L Connerof I ISILEN"
Meeting 7:30: p. m with Choir ange Springs. Issue of The Bradford County ComptrollerState
Starke and Doyle Connerof Kirby Swindell I of FloridaA basis for the present operation Ij IjM
Merle Practice Packham afterwards Pastor Tallahassee L L Conner and Charles ,Telegraph.Certainly: all efforts (of our ot-the Selective Service System .
I celebrated)) his 91st birthday guests Sunday ? I INI I
BIBLE CLUB staff to protect homeowners
I and Doyle Conner celebrated Mrs Walter CloMinxd Ad In the TEIJB1RAPH : !:- Answer: The Military Selective \
Bible Club will not meet the against home repair !racketsare Service Act of 1967' the spirit of *"*
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39th. bring
'week of Dec. 23 and Januarythe I. Mr and Mrs L K. Chllda: family. In vain, If we fall to reach which was signed Into law bIll HT-/-. bl...ml ..o.on, peace
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A CUuminea Aft r m : such as your fine and .i
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MERRY CHRISTMAS SOUTHERN MARINELynn ] surround us all and let the deep ; er J
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I II I Keep Your Tree tlons says a few simple precautions because the inside air Is I wilt. '. .-- -...,-end of the stem over a flame Funeral Services Starke. -t'
Fresh will help keep tree than under natural cond The plant can be treated two for a second or two. Then r Funeral services were heldat ,
j Looking color cut down on the needle Frazer saya the drier ways. Ploce the out end of place !the; stem in cool water. For Mrs. PetcherIn 3 p. m. Monday in Jones -
, Until New Year'sA drop and keep the tree more moisture the tree each stem !In hot water for! The flowers( should be stored (Memorial Chapel with Rev.
moist and more fire resistant. !lose through !its needles. about one minute. Then placeIt Ina cool place. and.: cut at Jones Chapel Roy 1". Easterly, of Jacksonville 3flE3?
sad-looking tree at New And the kids and pets Therefore, be sure to Immediately In cold water least a day and a half to two I, officiating. Intermentwas arn 1967
Years can be avoided if you won't be tracking dried need- bhe surface of the out Sheehan. said. Be sure not to days before putting them out ,Mrs. Neater McRae PetcJier. In Crosby Lake Cemetery ab
take care of it before Christ- les throughout the house -a ed with water Adding ch let the steam from the hot !in arrangements.The I I 83 widow of the late Omer E under direction of DeWltt C. '
big help to mom. ical plant food to the water' damage the leaves flowers will stay fresh, Petcher died Sunday morning 0
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mas.The biggest problem, of Frazer says pines and firs also helps keep the tree Another way to treat poinsettias -I for around three days if Ina Starke hospital after an I
course, is the needles dropping usually keep their needles and '!'een. according to Dr. Sheehan they're treated, and can be 1 extended illness.
' off. t>rof. 'P. W. Frazer associate longer than spruce. But all of I 1s to "singe" the cut prolonged another day or,two I She was born !in Bradford,
forester with the Florida them, should last ,throughout Tips On Care I. oy adding -plant nutrients"to : County on May 9. 1882, and i
Agricultural Experiment Sta- the holidays If. treated prop- the water, Sheehan says.Don't was the daughter of the late I
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trick' Is caring for the MoRae. She was a member of I
Of PoinsettiasThe an air duct heater or the < tree once it's home. and wilt quickly the Baptist Church and had i
Put the tree in water or lay made her home with her i .
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It in cool until polnsettla a niece, Mrs. Dave Paulk, on I '
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"' f i dry out the 'tree and this willi classified ad In the Telegraph is one sister, Mrs.
I result In "early needle drop, season brings results. (Margie McRae Underhill, of
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water. Make. sure not to place I Florida Agricultural. f III'a year to com*. k
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the fireplace and keep it in a .. .I t filltj to ovfr/tou'lrig trili
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HAPPY i 1 clamlfled ad In the TeleA classified ad In the Telegraph
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HOLIDAY brings results... graph brines! results.
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CO. 'I' STARKE BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, Inc. "' wishes for I meaning of this great holiday"
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ACTIOWOeorirl& a judgment may ba CHurlm A. DurbyA
1" A Marr.lne Oodser. entered airalnet you for the r.- I .. Clerk of said 1< Court
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SHUFORD'SStandard you and yours. GIB BROWN bapW ChrIsUets.. .. _

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Ingreattncerity, Bid Shuford OIL COMPANY Shirley Wager, Mgr Service Station I
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period the Christmas erating at the home' of Mrs. Three types< of pruning Order of DUtrlhutbm.. and for,
LAWTEY !party: ,brn with games, and Ipetti* Miner and is reportedly Major PruningOf paints are used to seal large Final. 1.char.. a4'Rxeut' .r of
'exchanging o{ gifts.! This} was continuing. to toprove, Of Lights For Christmas TreeHow Rose BushesIt's wounds. Asphalt compoundsare th barg. Will daicamd of .Samuel and fop an Rmen-Or-
really the special part of 'the ?; Miss Gloria Padgett of ., #' best. Orange shellac ia dar {terminating; the By Enza Blanchard occasion" The hostess served Gainesville spent the weekend many lights does a jangling decorations do not time to start thinking I less harmful to plants but ..

AAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAh&.4 delicious!: cooklss, coffee and with her parents' Mr. and Mrs I Christmas tree need to bring get burned by an empty soc,I about praninqi' your rose bushes doesn't last M long. The shellac laLoon Koa ltxmCUT hei'g R

.t) ,b1k.,lrttoe yont had attroe.aM Earl Padgett. out Its full beauty In holiday;!: ket. For safety sake all decorations -I Pruning should be clone) does not prevent the stem It/30 4t 13/21.
.. CHURCH ACTIVITIES-- : tea Likep4tha Friends will be interested to pith borer from entering cut
1> 1 style? should be fireproof. i once each year dUI'lna'eCIml- "' --
,Grace Methodist, rr- Sunday $.''tWjItar! :\ 'learn that Mis. Carl Prevatt Don't guess I Measure says But for added precaution' ber and January in central branches. I In Tn* {'...., J...*..'. 'toeP. Of
School 9:4: s. .} :orship i O .'am, We,art Wad that: Mrs. H. C. appears, to be improving In the Ray Pettis. agricultural engineer ,I hang them so that they are and northern Florida. Several new plastic compounds ",..u..rd Couatn riorldn. Im

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will be held'ai.7.SoSunCWevening : days.UI'," V tI: rit, In Bradford v.Ue) uxierulon'! Service. i I''I ll.gh. ts. VDecorative lemovlng' some healthytop the film-forming emulsions Ill ,
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i that if multiplythe stop insect and disease entry. ,
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says you are meant for natural trees. and branches that are dead pumon Dall, deceaClli ar. hera,,
First Baptist ..:-:. irnaf! 4.: lIft e," and J. P. height of the tree by th1 1 Pettis says. Metallic trees diseased InJured, unsightly or by notified and required' ,to illS,

School 9:43: a.,m.', Worship 1 Tu.. ,'__,? Jefnd. were un4VVpVftoQa width, then multiply this,I plastic trees or trees that have thin and\ spindly. A classified ad In the Telegraph any. claim have or demand agalnnt ald which..-,.
a. en and 7ii>.rm.H Tralnlfl' Visitors of their number by three you'll nave, main and th y may CounIV .
Union 6 3 p vices Wednesday,,!. .p. m. lss1.p1neeMor i of Jack.sIrvtU& By Mrs. Mary WilUamssAA1eaaass& lights." Tills will give you the' with an unattached spotlight small twigs and some of the Flo.rlila, In the Court RoUse.15..: oal.ndar at.,
Church, of : Qoa SuridaSchool nl, the number at lights to In 'l'h. Conntr .....1.*.'* C'nnrt InAnil Starke, Flnrlda wlthla ..
i I ; ep weekend .La_a maximum The metallic trees. oldest canes Improves the fr'ur Kriiilforil. fonalr, PlorIN .. montha from date of tn
10 a.1LtWorshtp' \ ( 11 a/ J.hj'p! rlJ1ta Mr and .Mrs use. To get the' ,minimum, cut though they will not burn, can plant's form. McFadden says. Id!. flnl puhllcatlon of Ihla notlc.*... V
m and 7 p. n. yPK wed: ea-' ,"PM: Q\'tI.\ 'The' Council met for their this figure In half." | become completely "electric- It also regulates height and IMIOHVI'H] No. 1-I2NT Kuch. claim and or demand muet Btate mll.t th nIn **,, ,

day 730,; p. m., Prayer 1qz ,, ,VA A.: .Jjtyce$ Futoh is at regular! monthly meeting on This guide Is good whether ifled" If a frayed light wireIs I gives better light conditions In :lie: : Nutate./k/...of SAM HAMtTKL.ROSUNIWRO KUMur -. place I writing nf ro l li-nre ant pORt ofi i
I Friday 7:30: ,p. %1\. ; honSe fo/the' holiday*. December 13 with all present you're determlng, the lighting strung on them. within the plant. I'N: t.t I I I. 'InC.as,1.NtiaA rim' > addreM of the olalmant. an Highland 'a.ptlst.unaay )yfeiUrw'.ihe.B.! : ;. L. Wilkison's' except Charles Williamson.1 log, an outdoor tree or an Indoor Leave at least "half the : Finns I Final rfulurn I mum, be sworn to or by bin the.attornaK<-' ''mwant ..
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Again it's time School 9:40: a, mWorshtp, ; "rv'au-y4oyV$)\'e Miss Virginia .Visitors: were Mrs. Jay .,Alder-I 1 o-ie-for a three foot tree tree Any imitative Christmas I length of each main cane" Dlnrharicn And Of Petition Kxeuutor For Kin.Final or H will* become, told aocordl.,
that
has built-in elec-
a. m. and, j7:30: p A. m., Choipractice ... .,s anaQen, ..Bennett, of man, Rlahard: Keys or a thirty foot one. Pettis a that Is one to three ;years old. Notice .In hereby given that Ihay. to ItiW .'
to say "Joy to 83J; ($, Ro, m. Pray, tpv1e.! :""; V craver. V says. trlqil &y ten. should be check McFadden says that the first filed my jtliiitl roturnn anKtniMitor leI Robert DELL Dell >9
all and to all, I Meeting- We lneaday : m. ) tarling the A set rate for Individual the V lights start eti to see it has on Underwriter's 01, tuo Htata of $arn- ROUnKT} of Damon ,, .
,7:30 p. ,: v.St, spent V In placing flowers: oan-be expected eightto llpl Rnnenbotu, dcuuRKuil. Oiat 1 Executor! of the Batata \>
HAPPY HOLIDAY." Nort.h Side;Baptist ,Church weekend Wtyh; hi.1?, parents: Mr. traf.lo violations was discussed at the top of the tree and Laboratories seal [IU. nine weeks after pruning. have filed, my pntltlon for dltrllnitlon *- Hall deceased. "i iKiit
wlU have, tt) )rChrtstmM, program and. Mrs..Leon Starting..Ha.Is :!, This was put In the ordinance work down. Wrapping spiral L.1] This shows that it has To avoid dieback and encourage and for flnnl dlnQhartra : ,( .ne F.P haw SHAW V
KUUBNO
anti termination uf allmlnlatrHilcm
tested far electrical safety
Doyle Conner on Sunday,','venln* Dec stationed!; ftBoard U. S.: De- committee. fashion around the tree gives been. : rapid healing pinning ,. and that on Jan- U3 South Walnut Street!
Insurance AgencyDoyle 24 at 7 p. 'm.' e,1! ;\ li In.vlted .- .t>-oye ,Itobctt K. Huntlrigtonyhich Sidewalks to. school was dlsousoed. you the opportunity. to distribute In fact all types of decorative cuts should be made "just nrv 4, U. nt ID:OK A Mo'- I Stnrka, II'J,,:I'1"enutor! .t V
toavtghft'; I .has returned from Council Is not financially the lights evenly i lighting should carry this lock, I will apply to tho Han-[ Attorney M/li
... ie" V : / Jut : i the above a dormant bud [ ] ,trnbla Thurun A. Tawn Judtf l'oOV. 30 ? ,
& Kitten' The ExtejJrton Homemaker" rvlN11'\ Spain ItaLy. ,: etc. abe. to furnish ,sidewalks around the tree. Be sure &inspection seal to assure Woundi surfaces larger -
Conner I Cluib met at,,the I9pe.R.Mre. and now. tu'sort at May Port.O5O5 ?V and was generally you're satisfied V with the light user of electrical safety, Pet- thumb size should be, eye// V

1 Freeman R.
Ann Godwin I morning! of.Jasd, "" waeH. The t81drenVwent with >tr. pndGwen the possibility o{.male- other' decorations on the tree. When an entire branch Is re- 1 .. ,' .S
i! house wasga1r, I decoktedIoThanks ) fc rs., 1J tifJUwr "and ,tornee ing thl, a community effort., Every .socket on the light moved make a smooth cut at .
.. t Qlen. They were,entertained It is hoped that funds may be string needs to be filled witha Adjustable Vinyl Boo the joint of juncture the hor- I V 't :
""' 1> i. t 'on.: the boat with\ .a raised thru\ fish fries and etc. bulb. This is one way to assure Covers All Sizes SO crnts ex.t :

Christmas"program-'with\,",6an- &, total of $68 in bonds and that little fingers or The Telegraph.i .1

ta Clause included. ,,The' ,chtl- nnesV were, forfeited the I %_ I
dren enjoyed<\ this. :, '_ month of Nov. I II
Mr. arwi: Mrs. Robert Rosier Mr. and Mrs. Irving Mc- I

of Jacksonville were visiting Connaghy, arrived sunay::, '
Mr. and Mrs. James nosier after a weeks visit with his I

during the weekend. fam'ly:, on Arkansas. \ V ,, ;.
Young James Powell of Ft. A bridal shower was givenat "
Myers! ls visiting >his stepmother the Baptist Church on Dec. tk44. i

Mrs. Bill Powell and 14 for Miss Lila Fowler. The ____________ ,,
the Brown family, this ,week. game prizes were'given; to Mrs. '
V Mr and Mrs. J. D. Clark and Ella Rhoden and Mra. Charles \ \

daughter Mrs. O. J. Souther- Williamson. Delicious .cake ,'! ,' : /;\ to you., ,
\land were visiting. another and punch were served to ''' .I,0 I\\''. ,; {"\, VI -. _
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daughter Mrs. James Hall in about 15 gueits. Hostesses were \,, "" ,, 0';'" .1 -
Baldwin on Sunday. ,Mrs. Miss Virginia Brown, Miss "e
Clark's, brother and sister-in- Brenda Brown and Mrs. Donna ,,,0 ,I"" '0 ,\ ,
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law Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Newsom Davie. "
; of Theressa visited the j "p"\"\ tGt0" \ ,
71 : Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill are ,
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Claries during the weekend. having house this Sun-: '" I
open '
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Reg: la Norman son.of ,Mr. day December 24th from 2 till I III. t\tj\ 7\ : :\ I .
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I andi Mrs. Truman Norman en- Would .like for friends and I 0 rIAnd I
tered Hope Haven Hospital onSaturday neighbors to come. I

for surgery on his Steven Earnest celebrated( I .. .. ,,
I leg. We hope that he. will soon his 8th brthday: last week. I .
be out again.
Those helping were Pat and
Mr. and Mrs. Sumter Harley l'
John Crawford. Asliley Jones,

: V Mr.of ,'Pennsylvania and'Mrs. H. C.are Harley visiting and Slade Dennis, Vim anj Parnell.Greg Slade.and Eddie Kelly 4'V' I,, ti Sincere wishes for .. I

I family and other! relatives. Saxon. 0 a ChrIstmczfUIed .

Mrs. Ruth Barthlow' of Mid- Mr and Mrs. J. W. Home o.MERRYCHRISTM. ri with Joy and love.
Mrs Mae *
dleburg visiting ,
___ was Sr. Mrs. T. F. Brown, Mrs "
____ I Wells on. Sunday and: they Mary, Watterson Mrs. Myrtle '0.a s.a V S 1; Pe>ae .on ,earth- to '
Joinedthe family get togetherat to all good man.
Watterson and the F. L. Wat- everyone. '
the home of, Mr and Mrs. tersons of Starke attendedthe J.. 5> 6 7 .
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Harley
Mr. and Mrs. William Altvh.o 48th Wedding Anniversaryof Buck's Groceryand KENTUCKY
for your Mr. and! Mrs. O D. Oay in FRIED CHICKEN' !
:. have been visiting her
Dunnellon last Sunday.
palronage... I I parents. .'Mir. and Mrs. .V F. Mrs. J. O. Adfclna spent Market t' :' t H I : )J. ,'\. 'c. '-n. I.RASWELL :
Helken have ron to ytalt'Mr.William's '' ., .
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from Sunday till Wednesd.1YIn.JalJuonv1lle
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I parent* with Mr. .and iI --
They enroute to Fort
are V Mrs. Joel Smith and: family. i I
FARMERS MUTUAL EXCHANGE
Ind. where they will I
Wayne '
... Mrs.' Miriam Kelly. of Winter I II
"'' be residing whileo. attend* till NEW METHOD CLEANERS VV'
Haven spent' Saturday
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2226 N. Temple "Your Co-op Store" college. V I : .
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j ,l V Tues4ey, with Mr And.Mrs. J.I AJh V J *' .
I1 I ,We, are pleased! to note that E. ,AdkLis.VV .l I l N. Temple I A vc.
Mr*. Erne Miner. after..some Mr. and Mrs. David Allenof I ., ,i ; : I, I

Wa 1nRton" D. ,C. and I
daughter of Washington are) iI I ,

.s _.- .w. .. spending the holidays with I .
Mr. and Mrs. E. D Allen and
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Mr. and Mrs. Henry..,Hlnsqn.
V '" Mrs. George Williams Join-
ed Mr. and Mrs: L. A. Wigginsin I'I'
Jacksonville last Saturday

and attended:: the, wedding Of I
their nephew. Jimmy Wiggins r I

and Oa.Richard Carolyn Knox, in A pling,

Davis arrived home :

this week from. Maryland to t .-. .
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: Wendy Hill of Chlpola Jr. 114: ;IA ,
College in Marlonna Is spending V *adCV
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CHRISTMAS j reefing sOur From All/ .G :

i I rectings to all of our friends'' :

,. Traditionally- the Chriitmas icuon I Ia twelve days V I, V Of> f Us At and 'our sincere thanks fpr letting I ;:

long. But we at Florida Power ,nd Light Company hop VV wish for ,everyoneIs City Hall
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d- that the spirit of these joyoua day will fill sv.ryV \ I h: 'Chrismas. more-than-merry us'. serve you. Happy holiday,all! :

., r heart and home not for just twelve day, but for f Merry I" .
**.* 0' '*' CtC/, '. .* VV 'I :May the true fj Christma Day. ,-. : ,
three hundred and lutyiixV i i > _
Carl Hurst Merrill Edwards
Bobby Biggs :
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.....".... JI'LOILJD" TIIUR nAY. DEC. 21, 1987

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t :' darn",I ,', ". | \ .'lI .i'f1 1 Frankincense And Myrrh Prized ???YYyyyyyy'
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.:, ';Li' .i I"'>>' -, '. ", :;;;"'( ,_ '-j Highly In The Ancient WorldThe NEWS ABOUT

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"71'" "" 1, bra C ,'.$' *' '1 first Christmas pre- small in size and of varied
ir sents were worthy of the colors whereof vast numbers SERVICE MEN
least they'll get to spendone ferential" zoomed the promissorynote 1 newborn Christ Child. The hang about every tree."

more (Christmas in their home to 366576. !Lf L/.Clftf* ;:, ." .'.'' A ...........-..;, Wise Men brought two aroma- Herodotus was right in one a..aAI A1vVAAA.&4A4
I on Pine Street. '-4... '.: .. tic resins frankincense and respect at least. Both frankincense -
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The work on her home was nev- ., myrrhthat were prized as and myrrh come from MERIT AWARD
That was the good news Mon- er finished. The "Gold Bond" i 4-:"/ fef2se : !//J't;;: .: J : I '.;Jt, I; highly as gold. small trees. The aromatic Capt. Thomas B. Dyal. 'an

t+, day morning for James and Hester siding, specified in the contract, r: Long before, man had hon gum exudes from Incisions in aerospace engineer In the
ored his pagan gods with the the bark hardening when Aeronautical Division's
exposed :- System
Dommon aged Negro couple was never applied and a reput- ?
S e fragrance of smouldering to air. Deputy for (
f' Sfl'y'1,11J Systems Manage
f..' whose\ modest home was scheduled able local contractor estimates the : / Q"zf ,4 frankincense. Myrrh anointedthe Bitter TasteFrankincense ment at Wright-Patterson! Air

to go on the auction block at value of work actually done at f So1lte dead, supposedly cured or ollbanum. Force Base In Ohio, has been
11 a.m. Tuesday to satisfy a $1- $690 a far cry from the $3- ; '. aP3'ttt' oAce .. : the sick, and celebrated military dries Into semitransparent awarded the Air Force Sys-

900 mortgage that ballooned out 665.70 Geneva must pay to keep ,> : victories, the National yellowish/ drops; myrrh turns ,tems command of Certificateof .

of a minor repair job they con- from losing her home. 'i f k;;%J fcf'teyalkc j Geograhlc Society says. Into yellow or red-brown gran Merit. that
Ancient dedicated The
Babylonians citation states
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on porch In a recent article exposingsuch *v 1... .'-S ..L {r'.1' thousands of costly pleasing odor and bitter result of Capt. Dyal's engineering -
home. frauds in that city The UOfJJ' V'1es r ; ; frankincense to their god Bel taste of the two resins may management effort,
':-tit; 't n, We f- each year. Persian monarchs have been the qualities that ,the highly complex integration
The roof over their head was Washington Post said: R\,, ,avl ; :l ,1 ,tj"// *f
,':;J ..\. 5 1"J7rI .. 1 1'PcA wore myrrh in their crowns. Inspired their use as a cure- of special electronic tfieivlces : -
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saved at least temporarily, when THIS IS HOW IT HAPPENSThe tI 1.1" Egypt's fabled Queen Hatshe- and display of the 'Information :"
Circuit Judge George L. Patten / ,3 n fI, .1 psut rubed the resin on her all.The Roman naturalist Pliny to observers was successfully \ -
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entered an order Monday morning homeowner has some work k':tl / ( ij cfef .t7 staying the sale of their home done on his home, or borrows Ij : i Loaded With Marvel. tidote for hemlock, poisoning. coordination with the contractor -

until a hearing is held on a mo- some money. lIe winds up witha jff.u; .'chs+ '("lj The two resins brought enormous Contemporary physicians sent and the Air Force engineering -
r/ hfowlt.MER
ifx wealth to Arabia. medical bills soaring by prescribing personnel.
tion by :Rep. Gene Shaw to vacate second mortgage for an amount 1
'I Countless camel caravans Jan- myrrh, an expensive Capt. Dyal Is the son of Mr.
: I g the default judgment obtained much higher than he thought he : "t Y rlo CNRISfi1a5 gled along Incense roads from wonder drug, for everythingfrom and Mrs. Nate Dyn.1 of Hampton

by the mortgage holders. owed. Often he never knew he S;:> of.; i; the Hadramawt region on ulcers to liver trouble.If Lake. He holds a BS degree -

i had even signed a mortgage.He ,S + .' 1' Ji-& "'- Arabia's south coast to Mediterranean the treatment failed, In aerospace engineering
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In his motion Rep. Shaw who fa.7t. ,>>/ Y 1 ports. myrrh al-o was used as an from the University of Florida
has come to the aid of the Dom- refuses to pay the home improvement I ee 'O/ /\4 ,," i The South Arabians Jealously embalment. The resin was and entered the Air Force in

mons as well as many similar firm or mortgage broker ISK,tr t in. { ;' guarded' the source of mixed with oil and spices to February 198*. After graduating -

victims in Bradford and Union that dealt with him. But he ;. > *4S Ci/ ?fe : 1 their wealth with mystery and prepare bodies for the sacred from Officer Training
Counties described the defend- finds that this firm no longer :. !Ves .ftlll) ;: legend. Stores of frankincenseand burial. School In May 1904. he was
"' ; : myrrh remained in the According to the New Test- commissioned a second lieu
ants as illiterate Negroes holds the mortgage on his home. .... : *
poor r'1';' I 1Z? hands of a privileged few. ament, Ntcodemus! wrappedthe tenant and assigned to Wright
.
who were the victims of glib Someone else usually a finance l.'.' !I' ., &;*, 1 The Greek historian Herodotus martyred Jesus\ in "a mix- "-Patterson. 4
promises by the contractor and now holds the '.,'4 --.=. "j? wrote, "The whole of Ar- ture of myrrh and aloes. .
who signed papers without knowing company 1. abia exhales a most delicious [John 19:391.: \ Thus one of the
note and mortgage. The home- .fi V.* Pvt.' Gerald T Sllcox. son
what they were signing. ::11" :F -A- ; fragrance the trees which gifts that had welcomed Christ
owner is told to pay up or lose )'jf r, -.r '" ',; bear the frankincense are into the world went with Him of Mr. and Mrs. William B.
'"
The Legislator says there have his home through foreclosure.The I", ,"' ,;:_ : : I 1 guarded by winged serpents. to the tomb. Silcox: of Route I, Starke, has)
.. "x completed a course In cookingat
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been at least thirty homeownersin .1 f'" '
1I Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.
homeowner to courtto
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goes l'1' 'cn
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11 Bradford, Clay and Union prevent foreclosure and charges .-.' ., .. "' Holidays Boost Fire Hazards; During the eight-week school
counties who have been victimized ;' **"* ,: -I he was trained in meat cutting
,
by unscrupulous home repair that the mortgage was obtained "j ."T'V'1: fiw.tu4Se3Uife./"&- ',I I.''M Extra Caution Needed In HomeState and pastry baking. He also
through fraud. The finance com : : .
racketeers within the past two : (. ,, ;- learned how to -prepare and
pany or bank says it is merely a -.i& serve fOOd in Army mess halls
years. Records in the CountyClerk's .... ........ !
third party that bought the note 111I>-'" r. ","'_ .i'>II Treasurer and Fire keeping it well away from and !In the field.
office show an average of innocently a "holder in due Marshal Broward Williams reminds sources of heat.

one foreclosure a month result- course" who knows nothing Not Asking Much! Floridians. that fire -Dont rely on self-applied -. ---YL

ing from some form of home repair about the alleged fraud. precautions in the home chemicals or solutions to
should be doubled during the "flameproof a natural tree:
construction! contract sign-
or holiday season. none is completely effective. ,,
And the law to has FARMER'SThat DIARYmother
now,
ed by the up : Many of traditional ,.
property owner: without our However trees commercially
generally protected the "holderin 4 vA,
Christmas customs trees, Underwriters"Laboratories
treated with
full l knowledge of what he is ,
due course" presuming he .bill ram rove had 10 prepared a treat she colored lights and decorationsadd [IUL1 listed fire

signing.A bought the note in good faith and days ago was a blessing and i called "pigs in a blanket" to the fire hazards in .retardant compounds are sat- i' .r

few blocks from the Dom- is entitled to collect his money. did: a lot to relieve drought which were little sausages the home,' he said. "Some- Wac tory. fR yrrs
(End quote.) conditions. A total of about ,baked In a roll of dough. times a combination of active -Use only indirect lighting +
mons lives Geneva McDuffy three Inches fell, altogether, Golden brown piping hot, children and preoccupied par- with metal trees, as they may w 4,5

Brown who cannot read or write, Obviously new and stricter and ,when. I.t was over, the: ..they were delicious, but now ents allows the one moment of be a shock hazard.
laws are needed in this field to ditches i;wore full for the fl"rsttime" the thought of them is enough carelessness which Is all that -Check tree lighting sets,
but finds herself with a 3667. protect those like Hester Dom- ,In months. We've had :for Sam to run for: the Ma- fire needs." electric candles and slmlllar
70 mortgage on her home after little rain since then but as alox: bottle. In order 'that your Christmas holiday equipment, as well as
mon and Geneva McDuffy Brown, .the saying goes every little may not end In tragedy extension cords, for frayed
signing contract for '
a construction who are no match for the wilesof bit helps. Our first camellia of the follow these suggestions: wires, loose connections and

of a front porch, installationof clever salesmen who are season is out-a red flower -Saw off the trunk of your broken sockets.

"Gold Bond" siding over the known, even in their own indus- As.of, last weekend, the: try as "animals." mild weather continued and By Sam McGarveyA Is a beauty Usually it (gets hit or 'more above the: original'cut. other holiday lighting 'before
entire house and! other ,
painting, ;.wIth .the help.of rain, the berries by cold weather and doesn't I retiring or leaving the ''house\ ,

minor. repairs.. The ...wprlf was Congress'.is .now launching an _areTowlnll, !\ fast and pig brooder.. .. ., bloom until spring, and then -Stand tree In water until Trees aren't the only* gOBSc* Navy1 Ensign G. Todd Jr.. "J JBy
supposed to- -cost $1,800, and Ge- investigation into this nationwide therreehoud! .J Dc: a.pretty good not too satisfactorily; We have It 'Is' "brought Into 'the"house, of danger. Toys and dolls'made '&an, of 'Mr. and :Mr'. O::''T.
We not have "pig -
only parlors" and It In water until It of Givens of Keystone Height
crop of Christmas berrlee. So three other camellias, but they keep pyroxylin plastid
neva fell for the "debt consolida scandal, but it will cometoo late far at least, the forecast of a nowadays, 'but blanketsfor are later blooming, and now leaves the house. should be avoided. Toys operated made this first solo flight In a

tion" routine whereby the company to help many of those who have. cold 'winter'.has not material the pigs, so it looks as ore only In the bud stage. -Support the tree firmly by alcohol, kerosene, or Jet aircraft at the Naval Aux
already been victimized. zed.'and while there has been though hogs are living high. o gasoline are espoclolly danger. nary. Air Station. Meridian
advances cash to off the device Is elec-
pay (Actually an (Miss.
..fairly /heavy frost at some But the real color in our
debts of the homeowner, and add Until more stringent laws are plac.s' we ..haven't had a killing ..trlc ,blanket which is suspended yard Is provided by pyracan- Vets ReceivingPensions ous.Decorating materials and He made the flight In a T-

this sum to the contract. The passed the best protection for frost. at our place yet. over a farrowing, pen. tha bushes and the common : gift wrappings should be disposed 2A Buckeye Jet trainer after
retreat
those dealing with unknown con- .where the pigs can old Turk's Must of promptly and safely. having flown some 18 hours
bard-working cap.
$256.61 "pay off, plus) numerous, tractors is to refuse to sign any ot course, we're pleased because After mealtime, keep warm The latter thrives without Report IncomeSome Don't allow smoking near the of dual instruction with
other hidden charged in end escape! the danger of being tree in the midst of decora- (Training Squadron Nine
includingthe papers until the contents are tOur polnsettlas are crushed their care,. and right now Is a mass
extortionate "time puce dif- .clearly explained.I ''bloom" In all their glory and .by. mammy.When of ,pretty red flowers which, two million veterans tions and wrappings.If Baslo Jet training Is com-
give Just the: right touch to add a festive touch to the and dependents receiving fire strikes, clear every- posed of 00 hours flight experience :-
pensions
the .Christmas season And If Sam was a kid, his holiday season. from the Veterans Administration body out of the house: then In the Buckeye, and

Suffering From 'Mectingitis' ..we should get a bad cold wave are being mailed call], the fire department. 200 ,hours of academic Instruction -

before: the holidays, we can cards on which to report their Fol'owtng' \ these safety rules In: aircraft engineering
always out the blooms, after annual. income. The check- will help to ensure that your meterology. navigation and
Methodist Bishop Gerald H.I if religious meetings were highly corchlng:, the stems at the :sized Income report cards, enclosed family will have a Merry naval leadership.10811'of'our'loved.
I Kennedy of Los Angeles has spoken productive of constructive re- cut, and they will then last NEWS And NOTES with the November Christmas\

out "where angels fear totread" sults," writes Mr. Cassels. "But for some, time. .indoors.. ?" pension checks must be filled one and our
in the For Today's Homemakers y out and returned to the VA byJanuary
criticizing large any religion reporter who has There are a lot of colds viruses CARD OF THANKS special thanks to( the. Senior
sums of money spent annually by covered a few dozen of them can or Just plain "bugs', go- Martha Sue McCain 31 or payment of the We wish to thank the many Class of 1906 for their beautiful
By will
pension be
his church, and others on socalled testify that a very high percentage Ingaround now and one of The law requires stopped.that friends and neighbors for the floral tribute. May God
"meetingitis." County Extension ; pay- kind expressions of sympathy BIoBH each of you. The familyof
are boondoggles. The dele- them h" Alice hard and she ment be halted If Income !snot
American churches spend huge gates listen to speeches pass res- 1 Is. la toed.The trouble startedas Home Economics Agent reported. The forms are extended us during the recent Richard (Ricky. ) Crews..

sums of money annually on con olutions which no one else will a sore throat but soon developed again simplified this 'year,

ventions' conferences; seminars, ever read and go home to make ,. .into an attack like and designed for faster processing -
and other meetings. While all of out their accounts." .the"iflu" and she is still In SOME CRUST: ter for a few minutes. If you in automatic accounting P
expense .
treatment
these have bed'.taking. Holiday time is popular pie want to thaw food completely machines
"worthy '
purposes Bishop Kennedy, a veteran of making time. And pie dough before reheating, thaw it in In addition to requesting'
some churchmen are beginning to the convention circuit is person As s, result- we haven't been seems to present several prob .the refrigerator-not at room that the cards not ''be folded,

wonder whether it's really necessary ally convinced that "more than Able to.make, our customary lems. One. is. trying to get the
or morally justifiable, to half the money we spend for trip oter to the New River !bottom crust to brown. Pastry ,thawed use It Immediately.IS also asking pension recipients
section and can't. report on made by rich formula. IT AN ORANGE to
continue diverting such sizeable : a ;return the window envel-
is wasted. He "
meetings acknowledged crop;, of 'Christmas berries. large JF IT'S NOT ORANGE? .
sums from missions ''inner city one that has a proportion opes that are enclosed with t f
that a certain amountof which' ,we use for decorating. k
of fat browns morereadily Your store has lots of oranges their November check and Income -
projects and other kinds of serv- communication is necessary to our 'home for the holiday season than that made by a right now When buying, questionnaires. The VA

ice to humanity. coordinate activities within or ?,Sam. has been serving as lean formula. For good brownIng the U S. Department of Agri- asks that the questionnairecard

Writing in the current issue of across denominational lines. But chief cook and bottle wash- mix the dough evenly culture suggests you look for be put In the return en-

"Christian Advocate" Bishop at a time when churches are er" and. he's more interestedIn and make sure the plepan is firm and heavy oranges, with: velope so that the pre-printed r w
Kennedy says his denomination what's on the table to eat dry before you put the crustin !fresh. bright-looking skin VA address. shows through' the -err d J
hard-pressed to finance the most ..than a centerpiece.. It. An oven temperature of which is reasonably smooth. envelope window.
alone spends "at least mil .
$2.25 primary functions of the Christ- i of ...... .... .
400 to 450 at the start But you can expect a navel The income questionnairesare p. --- ---'''''''
lion a year" on meetings other ian mission and when institutional I We are in a time of pros- baking helps brown the lower orange, for example, to havea going to all veterans and I
than the regular official assemblies religion is losing favor with perity and there's a lot of ''crust, more pebbled skin than the dependents of deceased veterans Lynn Hamilton

which govern the\ church. large numbers of people becauseof monfey' around [mat least, so Another.'problem Is tough Valencia.! Some oranges have on VA's non-service connected PRACTICAL ACCESSORIESFOR whih includes a dash-mount

The total expenditure for suchpurposes' Its preoccupation with its own iweVe.been toldl] but humans pie dough. This is caused b by ,.tan. brown or blackish mottling pension rolls and to OUTBOARD OWNERS ed gauge for easy, reading. "
by'all' churches is esti- oren'V the only ones having a mated at $30 million housekeeping Bishop Kennedy be- thne. We saw an ad the'' ter or not mixing the fat kin. This hoe no effect on who are receiving dependencyand about accessories they accessories is a power tnt
a year. lieves that church leaders should other day for-aj'pig blanket: properly. over-mixing after eating quality and In fact. Indemnity payments. usually mean a new convertible mechanism for larger out-
As pointed out by Louis Cas- hold meetings to the bare mini of .U,things, and it-turns out adding, water, will .make It ;Often occurs on oranges witha Anyone needing assistanceIn top or special lights or 'boards usually In the 60r and

!eels sydicated writer on religion, to bean, : eleotric'blanket' 'for tough: And.if you use too little thin skin and. superior' eating filling out .their report ''horns. Many Ignore the worldof over-class. With a flick of a

the cash outlay 'for 'convention mum.What he about churches water or too much fat, the '. quality. cards should contact any VA less "glamorous" occesories snitch mounted on the dash

overhead and travel is by no says secular dough may.crumble The pitfalls State regulations require office Veteran County Service that can add measurably you can raise or lower the.
means the total cost to churches. might also be applied to of plemaklng 'seem to be oranges to be well matured Office, or M. T Dixon at 144 if not visually, to your boatIng unit for beaching docking
organizations, all of which seem Part y-oing; ; too-muches and the too-lit before they're picked and 1st Avenue South, Federal fun. trallerlng or shallow water
Even more important, perhaps, is to be afflicted with "meetingitis. tle*. Avoid both and you'll chipped out of the State, so Building Room 418, St. Petersburg Sailboat owners will be running. It prices at around

the incalculable amount' time ." Why not cut all meetingsin Drivers UrgedTo make great pies skin color Is not a reliable In- Fla. pleased to know about "top- $123.00

which church leaders devote to half and see if the same re- SECOND- TIME AROUND 'idex of quality. A greenish cast mounted controls"" that make such meetings at the expense of sults cannot be accomplished with Stay ''SoberThe'Florda If you're reheating some or green spots do not mean for easier operation of auxiliary 'boards 33 through 75: hp. do
other work they might be doing. precooked frozen food, you that the orange is) Immafuro ,from milk, are likely to enjoy outboards. The kit consists not come equipped with a
much less expenditure of time can reheat It In the oven or ,,or has a hang+wer. Ofter fully 'It In these raisin chews. Those of extension arms for the .generator. It usually Isn't
"This big expenditure of money and money? Highway Patrol on top of the range. Reheating matured orange will turn 'who get lunch at school may throttle starter and choke. needed but It's a must when

and manpower might be justified predicts 29 traffic 'deaths in, In the oven usually keeps. .greenish late in the marketing find these chews on the lunch: The kit, priced. from $5.00 to you start adding electric Items
the state''during'' the 78-hour the texture better. If reheat caion. Some oranges are artl- menu enjoy them and wantto 125.00 (Is available for four -radio, bilge pump or electric

holiday period, from 6 p. m. ing on top of range, use a.. flcally colored to Improve > have them again at home. Evinrude. outboards, the 3, 0, starter. A complete generator
The Bradford County Telegraph December '22, through' midnight double boiler rather than direct their appearance but this has) This recipe developed by 6, and 9.9 hip models. kit can be installed for about
: December 25. heat. Start with warm. no- 'effect on eating quality.< USDA food experts makes 25 Cruising enthusiasts will be $90.00. _
1 ESTABLISHED 1879. Portjr-ffolng drivers are urged not hot water in lower pan so Thme are labeled ''color add-. lift. Inch squares: Interested In 18 and 24 gallon If you enjoy listening. to
tq avoid punch bowls that ___ E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and PublisherFlorida' contain alcohol. or arrange reheating over direct heat, you IIdPf-ANU1: : JJUTTERRAISIXCIIF.US corn syrup, 1 cup nonfat drYm.U.k. units come complete with all boating, you'll be interested in

fc for ; non-drinker to drive need to stir the food often : 1 cup powdered sugar, 1 hardware and safety *. Oldect Weekly Newspaper. PuMl 0IDu-a.17 home. Party !hosts are askedto and this may result in a less cup raisins. plus a dash-mounted fuel Prices vary widely from as
lee? Here' a 'recipe toe B soft,
Under Tbe Borne Mst Hkatf. accept responsibility. for ,desirable: texture. chewy, sweet? confection that Mix peanut butter, corn guage. for about 12000. Both little as $10.00 to as high as
'iOITubllahed keeping an eye on their guests It is generally better to reheat use two nourishing food that syrup nonfat dry milk, and hollzontal and vertical style $95.00 for outboard. The suppression -
and arrange other transportation frozen cooked main dish powdered, sugar. Add raisins tanks are available.A kit will eliminate electrical
each. Thoraday ... entered M Second Clara Matter .* the Foe Offle. 'for any driver who drinks es without thawtl18. However are butter! ample In supply (peanut and mix well. Press out one tachometer provides out Interference, in ahip-to-

at Stark. Florida wader Act ef March Srd. 1ST. more man he should. ,to remove 'and separate the and rabiiw) plus nonfat half inch, thick. in an 8 x 8 board and .stern drive owners shore communications aDd
dry milk. It's rather soft to
Subscription In trade area. 1 year ....001 I neatft. $1... The'FKP" made it clear that food from a container you pack; in lunched but to good Inch pan. Cut Into squares. with a constant checking device guarantee acurate performance

Outside trad area. 1 year $&. Oa C -u.., PM all ',O persons found driving may need to partially thaw tut a sweet: Knack or dessert. chill: 'before serving. 'Makes 25 for engine performance.All : from depth finders radio
.,_.:. !*.' while intoxicated. will be ar- the food. Do this) by placing'the pieces each about 1 and one transistorized units are direction finder and radar
rested.. in lukewarm wa. Children woo1 away: half inch available about
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ..

: I .. --- MELROSE --- LAKE GENEVA .



., 2 : SECTION 3 -- PAGE 2 STARKB
__ numrPA TUCRSPAV. 1>FO.
81. 1967 _ _ _

tended the Christmas ,. -
program VVVV'VVVVyvy'yyyyyyyy'ulMELROSE'
presented by the children and 'II catches of around 30. 'First A Friend Then A Host' '-
r Red! Neal. another fisherman ,
KEYSTONE HILITES young people of fine First Lutheran
1 Church of Gainesville got nine bass Sunday
I ; Is Best Slogan For HolidaysBy
'. last Sunday afternoon. Mrs. morning so maybe the bass KEYSTONE

2? ,? By Jim Pox Jackson's daughter, Deborah By Joyce) RoweAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I will be picking up. Rose Neal's

.-. Please Phone In Your ''Items 473-1143 was a member of the children'* I sister and brother-in-law, Mr. Russell'XaS' 'and' ''If It 'develops that anyone -

and Mrs. Chester Johnson of I... 'for -driving
choir. The program was nar- Marvin 'Holloway. '1'presi! responsible
rated by Dr. Leland Zimmerman Mr. and Mrs. Flint Mich will be spending dent of the Peninsula Motor has :had ,a little too much you HEIGHTS-
1ONs BXEpT: ; OFFICERS ST. WILLIAM'S NEWS VirgIe Rowe 1 Christmas with the Neals. suggest thata .
of the University of visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank ; I II Club presents new sloganfor should tactfully
.On. Wednesday evening, Dec. The St. William's Catholic Florida. Well and In Mrs. Helen Walker of Jacksonville the holiday! season: "Firsta taxi or arrange. a carpool.
family Wllllston
37, Melrose Lodge No. h9, located Club has announced that there Mrs. Cliff Chapman Is home Sunday I spent the weekend Friend-Then a Hoat. While the guest may contend

in Keystone Heights, will will be no Bingo sessions until for a (holiday visit with her Mr. and Mrs. Clarence with her slBt.er'and' ) ''brother- Ha points out that at this that he is all right as a friend

.-iimUll newly-riected ..officers Friday evening, Jan. 5. Pleasebe parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Sampson of Ml. Dora spent a I in-law., Mr. and Mrs. D W.Carpenter. season of the 'Year "partyIng is you will be firm in providingfor MELROSE

for the new year. This will be sure to otofy your friends McMurtry of Lake Keystone. few days with Mr. and Mrs. I practiced to a greater\ degree ; safe transportation.A .

.rJlPOil tt> all Master Masons and of this change in the schedule. Sheis a junior at Troy State W. H Allen enroute to West Mr.and Mrs. W. o. Orollck than at any other season of good host's duty does not

}-Uiolr. families,and to Eastern No one was for&'W1e .I Teacher's College Alabama.I I'II atended a family dinner at the year. Eager to build his end with the opening of the

,;.<8Urv. members and their famlJle enough to win. the jackpotlast I. am sorry that I do not I Virginia her sister.where they will visit the home of her brother and reputation AS a good hast theparty bar. He is equally responsible BUSINESSDIRECTORY I

.. *.. The,,ceremonies will be- Friday evening, so we 'have more news Chis week, .- wife. (Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. .giver otter overlooks for closing it far enough In '
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. -
8:00 at the Ma- Jan- BoydJr. I Hudson In Oalnes.'rllle on Sun the fact that auests'lIII'e.. also to safe-
fta' at : pm hope you will be back In but there were very few Items and daughters Carol and advance of departures
andhuaba.nd
'chic 'Temple.The uary to try your luck! subnrltted to your correspondent day. Mrs. arcade's sister friends, customers or business guard1! his guests. Other beverages :
Sheila of Panama '
are Robert
City 'Mr. and Mrs.
,
new.officer are as follows HERE N' THKKK' Please be sure to contactme : : associates.: I than hard liquor shouldbe
**m** mm* fi
his mother Mrs. mmmmB
: William P. Wilson, Worth Lee Sutton, son of Mr. and about holiday visitor visiting Paley W. Kldd of Jacksonville are He provides plenty of alcoholic available and the host can i Bmi-
your Boyd\ for the holidays. I few days with her.,
spending
+pft1' Master; Gilbert A Mrs. Harold Sutton, returned and beverages and to, Insure respeot his guests wishes when
parties.
Mrs. John Paul Chlapplnl I Mr. and. Mrs. E. W Revels BEAUTY ,SHOP
Rft\\ Senior Warden; Ecl.varclSturdlvant home last Sunday morning for This week's column marks his guests enjoyment and to :the ,sayes "no thanks" Insteadof
has as her guests for week, In ,
a spent last week Waycrosa
Junior Warden; N. two-week visit with his family with thU demonstrate ,his generosity insisting that he "have another -
a my first anniversary two of her nieces from, Jacksonville. Mershan, and Alma. Oa. visiting ; ...
Whtson Hardenbergh, treasurer I makes sure that no glass remains Juiceor
He Is presently stationed column, and I would like to provide orange
Ben G. MIzcll Jr., secre with Cite U.s. Army at Ft. take this opportunity: to thank : I relatives and hunting.Mr. empty. ,He spends most ,coffee and suggest .he try KEYSTONEBEAUTY
Chester Wesley spent the 41 and Mrs. W. E. Kite.Jr.
of his those 'be
timeeneour..tng' morsel to
tary; rA- P. Hallman. Senior Devens, Mass. their some special
all 'of the reciters: for I ,
Deacon; Michael L. Hanks, Bob Morgan also arrived assistance and cooperation :I weekend In Gainesville visiting : went to Tennessee last week- present to *heve>: another. found on the hors d'oeuvretable. SHOP
his Bister, Miss Nancy end to pick up Robert who Is
'Janior Deacon;.Jtfallle! Strick- home Sunday morning for a You have been most helpful.I 4 Among hisauesta fare a .
Clifford Wesley.Mr. glad to be back In warm FlorIda number of those who have the 'depart- Edith Johnso 0.-
Jand, 'senior-Steward; two-week visit with his family wonder The safety research .
hope that you have a .
and Mrs. C. A. Yeager'Of for'a few days. Lots of the '
Steward, 4t responsibility of :driving. For- Teachers Personal
G. Miller, Junior the H. 1.. Morgans. He ful holiday season, and that # '% : 'ment-of Columbia
Port.smlth Ohio are visiting boys there were In bed ,
up
Leamon Ward, Chaplain; Ward is stationed at Ft. Dlx. N. .1.. the new year will be most rewarding getlng that.gasoline' liquor 'iCoJlage.i I financed In part by Creative
Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Clare with the flu.
and C don't mix he "one Traf- Hair. ,
A. Bessette, Marshal, but will soon be reporting to to you In all of your urges- the AAA Foundation for Styling
Is .
for the It looks like so
> holidays.Mrs. everyone "
W. Owens Tyler Ft. Bonn Ing, Ga. for additional endeavors. for. the road. lice Safety, conducted campaigns Individual Beauty !Due
David Gano and daughter -I busy getting ready for Christ-
''WOMAN'S CWLF'' ASoIN.! training with Che Green Thinking of. Himself as a in two communities livery) Form of Beauty Culture
On Thursday Dec. 7, members Berets. Melissa, attended the wed- mas that they have had no host, he overlooks the la- stressing the "Friend-Host Open "raes.-Sat.W5;

of the Keynton WGA ha Lee and Bob 'accidentally ding of Barbara Ann Choate time for visiting, so there 1ah'tmuch that he Is first,a friend andas Theme." Newspapers, uuUf dosed 'X DCk7,
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their .regular weekly tournament "bumped" Into one anotherat NEWS NOTESBy and Robert! Gale Flanagan at in' l news this week. said a friend.. la responsible for and television, civic and poll-
the First Baptist Church Although It has been the welfare and safety,of his .the
followed by a luncheor tins! leaders Joined In pro-
,
the Philadelphia Airport Helen
Egiui :
which Gainesville last week. Thevalso many times, many ways, 1 guests. He falls to 'recognize CONCRETEHawthorne.
'arid business meeting. and \vas held In the club house. as Results were
the same jet. If I might use I like this before. This is ,your Concrete
which was held, In the Woman's may lead to disaster.!
previous
the with the
18hole'oup, Compared/
In the a well-worn cliche, "It certainly HOMEMAKERS: CLUB ,
aooody.Oooby
!"following ladles( /were awarded Is a small world.! The Christmas 'party and ClUb. hlppy-dlppy' Staging a successful partyis year anests were down30 & Supply Inc
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Darulno rolling reporter wishing you one thingbut contributing 32 ,
prizes for theIr participation Mr. and Mrs.. Jim Zwtoarka luncheon of the Keystone Clay Electric the merriest Christ ., per cent, accidents down 'RED
of Macon grooviest
Martha Hayes, most flvestrolce attended the wedding of Miss Heights Community Home- and daughter. Cathy, to a tragic accident Is /something per cent fatalities cut 50 per
Gn spent last weekend mas ever. And now here's Le- else and it is difficult drivers :MIX
the number of
holes for the competlt6n t'o Lawrence cent and
Club by
Patricia Darby makers enjoyed
was and eon with a Christmas poem. CONCRETE.
Mr.
visiting her parents SponsorsA I to live with.A .
drinking
Jan Batts, most four- who had been
: Stephenson in Jacksonville on about 15 members with "Mrs.: CHRISTMAS '
Mrs. S. G. Smith. : good host will provide Qwy. 20 W. Hawthont
62.5 cent.
holes and Su Dwyer plummeted per
trfttte> ; Dec. 16. extension
three-stroke holes. Saturday evening Margaret Nelson BM3 Walter Wilson Jr. left WinnerAn Rooty-toot-toot. plenty of food for guests to This year why not be "First'a 481-2932.! 20.11:
most of
Is the daughter economist special
Patricia home as .
And tootytottin.It's
visit
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Saturday after a 30 day nibble on between drlnka -
the over Friend-Then Host"? -
Parka Was a '
Dottle Mr. and Mrs. James Darby of; guest. time for Saint Nick. NURSERY
mother Mrs. Walter
0-nole with his Tasty snacks are helpful. .and _
all 'Winner for the Jacksonville' and Hall Lake. Mrs. Nelson also Installed Wilson Sr. He will be stationed 18-year-old Jacksonville And Christmas once again It is a
"roap. W.G.A. tour :Myron Prevatt Jr. graduated -, the 1968 officers as follows: in Pensacota.Mrs. beauty, sponsored by Clay -Hurry-get -the-gilts. '.-ff.e ..s the party 'progresses. the way you write. Come ii O.C. Carnes'Nursery

At the weekly Dec from the University of President' Mrs. Mildred Pay- Jean Allen Is in Alach- Electric Cooperative' of Key- Now don't delay. As a friend you should keepa aiid uelaet your 'favorite ES. niwmy .100, norahome ._

''natnent held Thursday, first- :Florida's Law School on Sunday I ton; Vice President, Mrs. Hazel ua General Hospital where she atone Heights is, the new Mine Ya haven't got'much time watchful. -eye on your-guests TERBROOK fountain pen. S8 MTtaD KB 'of Btarfc!
14, Louise Gallop received afternoon. Graduation exercises Treasurer, Florida Rural Electrification. '
Davis; Secretary recently underwent surgery. Better do It today. Nanery Stotttr: 'Thouanik
: place honors for the 18-hole were held in the J. Mrs. Emily Ison; Alternate Mrs. Martha MaoKeachie MLss Joy Jones of Jacksonville Get one for Oscar. nf Plants A: Jrrutt"'I'rHa-to

participants. Fran Chesslngton'had Wayne Reitz Auditorium. Con. 'Council Delegate, Mrs. A. E. has gone to Boston Mass to won the title recently Tommy Sue and HArry. G 'That's Our Busines choose from. Nice Shade Tress,
this LAS
: low putts for group low' gratulatlons are certainly It! Rather. pick up her brother, A. C. during competition at the annual And Oh! my goodness ) Evergreens: & landscape

'Thehna Wallace had order, your honor! Following the luncheon Hoaglund, who has been in meeting of the Florida Don't forget Aunt :Mary. ,Plant All -containers _

fulls for the 9-hole Dec. group.10 the St'ephan Brokas, son of Mr. Santa Claus presented each the hospital there, and return Electric Cooperatives Association -' Sally wants a dolly. CALL, WRITE or VISIT I Plant anytime.. Cam.lll.< .A
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; On Sunday, and Mrs. Alex Brokas, arrived member with a gift. him to his home In Elizabeth, in Jacksonville.\ Johnny wants a 'gun azaleas
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Keystone. Golf and Country home this week for a holiday Two special programs are N. J. Mrs. MacKeachle will Her mother, Mrs. :Doris Mama wants a color T. V.. FOR ANY GLASS NEED Let 118'do ,yonr Iaed.e.PthS

Club sponsored a ladles Best-Ball andmen visit with his family. Stephan planned early In the new year, spend Christmas in Atlantic Dare Jones has a. summer To share with everyone. We Design Modern Store Fronts I 1'__ W4-21M ,
tournament for the Is a freshman at Wichita State including one on "Basic Nutrition City, N. J with!: friends. 'home at Keystone Heights, If ya havent already '

of the club. Winners the following for- University in Kansas, wherehe Weight Control." This Dr. and Mrs. ,James Lacky and Is a member of the coop Ya better get It done. I Just Mail Us A Pattern For I USED CARS

this tournament were is on a football scholarship. will be open to tae public, and have returned home after being erative. After everything\ Is wrapped., Table I -
: Martha Hayes and Norma Valldejull Is home complete details will be an for month. At the time of her Then you can have the fun. Tops

: Marshall! Gallop, first place; from FSU for the holidays nounced later.Hostesses away Becker a has returned Joy was already( selectlon'j Radios, shirts and wat he8, Hanks Used Cars

Fran. Chessington and Buster with her parents Mr. and Mrs. for the Christmas home Ray from the hospital aftera winner's crowns from two They will all be there. SHEA'S GLASS CO. I BIG CASH DISCOUNT

Alken.- second place: and. tied Jorge Valldejull. luncheon were Mrs. Ruby Cop- successful eye operation.Mr. other 1967 contests -)' Miss" And even tinker-toys TERMS ,
: ,flor Mrtrd1 place were Jan Battaf Loraine Dey is visiting with pak and Mrs. Emily Ison. Crawford Young America Fair at Jacksonville To pick: up with despair .
Mrs. Ernest I BUY
and SELL TRAMnt.
"* & na /ohn sDuPrlest and Don her family, the Joseph boys of Mrs. Hazel Davis and 'Mrs will spend Christmas In. and IVUss_ Florida.' I I And then Christmas eve. "It It's Glass We ,Have It" : 1 .Bos-9Offwr. ,

,rt .HShctcleford and Odelle' lien Brooklyn Lake for the Christmas Mock wfll attend the leadership Arkansas.Mr. Crown At Jacksonville Beach.)i About the time you get to 1313"N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 : .' 10O 8 Mile 8. Stalk

: : .'1I1e.. holidays. She Is a ,seniorat meeting on Jan. 3 at the and Mrs. Jack Gavin Last year she was named, sleep.It .

''DUPLICATE BRIDGE FSU this year. Green Cove Springs Council and children were guests ot I Miss Family Frolics of Clay finally comes to you, I

The scores' have not bech John Richardson, of Mount office. Rowe and County" :'" You've forgotten Uncle Pete. -
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I Mr. and Mrs. Vlrgle '
tabulated for last week's Win- Dora. was a recent house guestat We are sorry to hear of the She is now' a 'freshman at Now It's finally got here '

J,"' '''s'-'t' .Duplicate Bridge, but the home of Mr. and Mrs. Illness of Mrs. Grace Van- family Mr. and Sunday Mrs. 'Ed Longnecker the University of Florida The time you waited for. I .

J;will be Included in next week's Stan LaCoste. Buskirk, a faithful member for will spend Christmas In the and plans to enter the field of You're down among the pre I I

.column. Tom Gardner, son of Mr. many years. Members will miss North. nursing.Vyyyyyvyyyyyyyyvyyvy. sents. .

-Mm. Fremont Tolles has announced and Mrs. Sam Gardner, is Mrs. Henry Fluegge of Villa We are sorry to 'lose from Neatly stacked on the oor.Everyone's I I.I

that Duplicate Bridge home from -FSU for the holi Plumosa as she and her husband our community Dr. and Mrs. having fun. ,

will -be 'discontinued for the days. leave the last of the Cecil Hook, who moved to S'. The paper and ribbons are I

'holidays, but? will be resumed Peggy and Carl Hewitt are month for their new mobile Petersburg Tuesday. A covered INDIAN BEACHLake ,flying. I

'-trti the first Thursday of Jan. home from colleges In Tennessee home in a park on Waldo dish supper was given in And that Is half the Joy
for visit with their The unwrapping and
'uary. a Road. their honor at the Episcopal ( fj.. nt Pal ... .
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Mr. and Mrs. Carl But hold it just a untylD4J'j
The Duplicate Bridge Club parents,, FELLOWSHIP cum Parish House. About 75people By I Michael H. Chitty ::44k
That's not what
: Sponsored by the Keystone Hewitt. The annual Christmas pro-. attended. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ph. 4t5-Z 171

Woman ,Club, meets every Kay SundorlanJ< a sopho- gram of the Fellowship Club Egelund of Pennsylvania have about. I

TTniTsdayevening! at 7:30: and more at FSU, Is home for a was. held at 1 p:m.__December. bought their place and will ..&&A.A..A..AA. Lets stop and take a while. -
To klnda think It out. ;
la open to the public.SCHEDULE visit wlCh her family, the Dick :14 in the Masonic Hall. run the'nursery. For those who
"," Sunderlands. Mrs. Sunderland, This Is the day that Christ.
Highlights of the program wish to write to them their Greetings friends. This Is
,f who was a recent patient at Included: readings 'by Mrs. Mlt- address will !be: 3771-10 St your visiting rolling reporter Our Lord and Saviour was

the Medical Center, Is now at ta Loebeck and Mrs. Ethel N. E.-St. Petersburg. .There hoping that you have all of born.

home with her family, and la Weyman, and musical numbersby was a Communion Service fol your Christmas shopping And oh, It must have been.A .
OF SERVICES Improving daily from her sur bright! and beautiful morn.Jesus' .
11 girls of the Celestial lowing the. supper. done, as I have, and can relax -
gery. We certainly do wish Choir, under the direction of' Miss Jenny Simmons flew in and have a few days be- heart was saddened.
When the world
PARK her a speedy recovery! Mrs. George Canova of theCommuniry Saturday from Carson New fore Christinas. Since school: he saw
Lt. Rhett Fox, son of Mr.I Church. The carol Is out and cousins at around him.
man College Jefferson City I my are
So he died Calvary's Cross,
of-the and Mrs. Everett arrived on
Fox era were Misses Patty McLean, where she Is a student, to home I am spending a'' week
To forgive> evil and sin.
our
PALMS home Sunday afternoon for a Patty MoGlave, Laurie Beam, spend the holidays with her with the Crenshaws In Oaln-
So if you'll and
now atop
two-week visit with family. Cindy Scales, Beth Jackson, parents, Lt. Col. and Mrs. Ed esvlUe. I know all of you

Bufch is presently stationedat Melanie Homer, Barbara Farris Simmons. Lt. Ool. and Mrs. mothers are tickled to 'death think
SUNDAYS Ft. Polk, La. Kem Bonner, Heidi Heodry. to have your kids home to Maybe you will see.
take her back
Simmons will
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1 t ::00 A.M.- 7:30 .p.11. Herb Nelson, Jr. left Sun- Roxanne McRae, and Rox- and visit relatives In North help get ready for Christmas. If< he sins hadn't died to forgive
our ,
THURSDAYS day evening for a holiday visit anne Ketch. Carolina. We were pretty busy aroundour '
Our Chrlstmas'3 would never
7:30: P.M. with his sisters in Wilmington.Del. Mrs. Ethel Weyman, IncomIng Mrs. Nettle Mann and grand- house last week trying to be.And.

FUNDAMENTALBIBLE \ Mr. and Mrs. Nelson left president, presented the children, Evelyn and Patricia get shopping; finished and our now I say to YOU. I i}

TEACHING Wednesday of this week to outgoing president Julius Hanson Cox, of Jacksonville spent, tree put up. My mother grandmother Christmas morn when we're. C' -'

join the family.Mr. with a parting gift, and Saturday with Mrs. W. O. Katie Howard and 'round the tree. s. 4' _

AH SOT lees Held In The and Mrs. George Kauf- each guest also received a gift Preston. Grandmother Ohitty were In should stop and thank our I'I'We '
mann, Janet and Paul Kauf- from Santa's chimney. Jacksonville shopping Wednesday.
New Bible Center The Trinity I BpiaoopallChurch I Lord. I
mann and Mrs. Karolyn Jack Refreshments of punch and My parents attendedthe ,:
of Melrose and the For.saving 'you and me.-
son and daughter, Sandra, at- holiday treats were served. annual DuPont Staff "
.... Holy Communion Episcopal
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The installation of new officers Christmas Dinner-Dance on
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Adjustable Boo
Church of Hawthorne will have< Vinyl
will take place next, Communion Service Sunday Friday night. Billy Bell and. 'Covers. All cbea Ie 'eea" 'eset 2 ., DEAR SANTY -
Harold Snellen .
I month. night at 11:00: In the were Saturday The 1.1.! .rrmnft
p.m.
I CHRISTMAS I CANTATA night guests of my brother J .
ItIIDfL .TI Holy Communion Church In -
The Community Church Wayne and they were all up L
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Hawfhdrne., The service Is '
I Choir will 'present their annual early Sunday morning to go I'm just ,like
impressive and Is Op'fiI1to everybody else
quite duck GOINGHUNTING :
hunting. .
Christmas program at 7.30Ipm. : Tony and JeanBail .

I Sunday, Dec. 2-&. A cordial the pdblic.MeiWbers \ were Sunday visitors of ,
All.I
ifelroseMothodUt want for '
'ofthe the Christmas
I 1 invitation Is extended to Ch.tttys.Len. is a

I the public. In order for parents ChIlrc1iSun ay Linda and Tammy ? .J.J'ana. .
School class will hold their Lynn Swearingen Portable
of small children to attend, a were visiting I Typewriter from the
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annual Christmas af:" 9:43: their folks .
nursery Is 'being provided In .party : Mr. and Mrs Fred ''

. : the education ''building. The am. 'Sunday\ c -morning 'In the Bwearlngen, jr. over the New SUM 'Bradford County
special Christmas offering will educational bulldiirg. All children !!- weekend NGO" PfVluunuua '\ a' Telegraph

_ : be for the purpose of reducmg who come hould bring Buddy and Betty Mangum III 11provides .I .

part of the Sunday School annex .- a gift tor someone ,In their 'of-Jacksonville were vlsltlnc extxa

U building loan. I age group. Refreshments will her parents, Fred. and CbrineThieman \ --ge, .* a

: CEREMONY DELAYED I be served,Ynd gifts! exchange; on Sunday. Their ; Injuries personal and "

It was announced In lastweek's The i iroso 'Mustangs won children.\ Lisa and Robert, to equipment. ,

.: J i / their first basketball spent the weekend with their ...
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Protect Your Valuables For Just paper that the burning game J
: grandparents. Jautanu.s.
of the mortgage would be held Friday ptght..bY.) defeating Ft. .
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; Pennies A Day! following: arrangements with White. It was thMr.,fIrat win Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Boswellof mo betel '\

I' key members of the Eastern: after Jour straight: tosses. They Okeechobee: are spending a JCHI.III

If they're worth keeping: they're Sl'ar, Estrellita. and the Mel had lost to Newberry the .pre- few days with his brother' and I 'j-'
wife, Mr and :Mrs. Andy Boswell. -
vious
worth 'afe-keepinsr ia rose Masonic Lodge. Due to Tuesday.
our theft-
The Boswells plan to f
the rush of the holidays the Tuesday-ipns the last day of .
proof, fire-proof vaults. Arrange today spend Christmas in Daytona. jiEimrrr
I date Iras ''been deferred, until school fr *todeata at Mel-
: to store your family's valuables Mrs. Constance BarnhiU of I
first of the rose High school
the year. School. as '
; .J in a low-cost Safety Deposit Box. I Members of the Keystone closed 'fur 'the 'Christmasand! catches Barnhiris of camp fish had this some week good Mr. Lr1I WILLIAMS

I Chapter held their Christmas New Year holidays.Thafn. 1, '
of'
II b and Mrs. Cain Valdosta J in N.
COME IN GET ACQUAINTED party and honored their Master .. all' for this week. caught "25 specs, and Bob

I Masons: and wives In a special Merry Christmas! Burnett and Tony Oezell! of r'i' WalnutPh.

: courtesy on Tuesday night, .. ,
KEYSTONE STATE BANK --- Jacksonville got 18 specs. 2
I Dec! 10.Adjustable. bass and 1 catfish.: 'The specs 964-5391 Priced From $52.50THEBRADFOR

'5f. .mrber F.DJ.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. THE TtlOHT 'POINT' .tft* the run:real large' and the 'bass N I .-..,.

I way fanwrite.. 'Cotu; 'tn were around 3 Ibfl each. .

: Tour ,Friendly! Bank -In Your Friendly Vinyl Book and select your Taverlte! ES- jQrtfXltia report that ,the 4

Community." Come 'All sizes. 30 eenU ea TERBROO1t'rolftlUld '1'eD. poos and bass are starting to ITAtt cii nW Ae BMttACTT COKMKt ,
VQMsl Wf ICJk BUXW1NIIIOIL I.
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We the business and Professional people of this area take pleasure ]

in expressing our appreciation for your splendid] patronage .

during the past year. Our sincere wish is that this cordial] relationship ] t

will be continued throu ghout the coming year and for .b .. 1m' '' k, ,

many years to come. *'I c .Jto A "'1 :

Cedar Thursday Dec 28. at the open I.Sunday. !
i Key 'home of Mrs. R. H. Soh nebel'- School. 9:43: a. m 1
1 1o ,ger. Each member is asked to tnuroery open). Trulndng r OnIon > I
Wins 77-38 bring a plant to exchange as. 8:30: p. m. nursery Pf"-.i] : 1967

Greetin3s j rr j t Over IndiansThe a Christmas gift. paetnLathers.- Rev.*. Lawrence Carroll I,

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v 77-38' the Cedar Key I. Lutheran Church of Key-
rrti Sharks last Friday night In stone Height: Vlcv Richard.
their lost game before the Meyer, ralnlsUr.
Christmas holidays. St. William's Sunday Divine worah1:. Sunday 11'''
Mass, 9 a.m. Wednesday ilaas
Don Campbell finished with
a. m. Holy Coramunlon STK" [
4 30 points for Cedar Key, while and Novena 7 p.m. Sunday of each month. I
Jim Allen collected 18. Both I
Svrvlcna held each Sundayat
hauled In 14 rebounds. Community Church Rev.
Billy Wolfe> and Jerry Turner Leon F." Milner, minister. Mrs St. Anno' IBnlHoopaf!
led the Indians with 10 George Canova. organUt. Mrs Church Keyitona 'Jelghta: I
3 e each William Warren Secretary. Fl/k ,
Y Cedar Key: started out In its Sunday School. 9:40: a. m l:
-I'rembyt.rlaoFaith
'press, but the Indians jumpedto Morning Worship. 11 a. m I PieHbyterlon ChurotiRev. I
z .o h a quick 8-0 lead. Cedar Nursery at 11 a. m. service ,
r J. R. Neale Jr. ;min &i i
19b Key's press began working only. ister. Mr.. W. A. Wallace, organist nl1
then, and before the Indians
Mrs. Carl Swbsher.
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Plllt'ollRlst.
scored again It was 21-8. as
the Sharks raced to a 36-21 Anne's Rev William summer organist 7 ak1LdC 5
? halftime lead. I. Jones Vicar. Sunday School 9:48 am.
\ ., MomlJIIWur hlp, 11 a.m.
i Cedar Key ended all sus- Morning Prayer and Ser ,
dy 1967 r A holy and happy I pense In the third Quarter, mono 2nd and 4U Hun.laynSO Sunday hour >, (Nursery opera both I ..C/... May your home v
r Christmas is our wish outscorlng Keystone 18-2. *: a m. (nursery open.) be doubly blessed
In the girls Cedar Ruchartot and "
We hope Peace and game. Holy oeruwn MURRHEE this holiday
your for you..Jl Key also won 35-28. hit and 3rd Sunday 9:30>: *I
Yuletide Jo.
holiday will be After their holiday layoff m. (nursery open) ). Church I I Insurance Agency
filled with laughter, Is our wish the Indians will play In the School, 0:3U: a.m. "Holy Eu-
Our Hearty Thank You For Your Loyal and love, peace and joy. for one and all. 1 Keystone Jewelers Christmas Tournament at charlat, 8 a.m. each Sunday. Richard Murrhee.Insurance Ayt. Keystone Heights
General
Friendly Patronage Through The Year. & Gift ShopENGRAVING Bunnell Dec. 29-30. Evening: Prayer 7:30: p.m. Ktr Casualty <- Marine Insurance, Inc.
each Sunday. KYC.: tt:3O:
HENDERSON'SService p.m.
Auto Bond
Garden Club
each Sunday. 47S47MA \ Wm. L. Reynolds,.Jr. I
Keystrne: heights
B. &, T. Sets Xmas Dally office of Morningand
Lake Geneva Trailer SalesDAD Center PartyThe
COIN LAUNDRYAgain WALLY AND MILLIEMUIILHOFER Evening Prayer, 8:00: a.m. classified ad In the Telegraph Richard Murrhec
Garden Club of the and ft:00: p.m. bring results. I
AND BRAD Linda & JimWe
LARSON
Lakes will have Its annual -saptuaWomhip
Christmas at 1 m. nervfoM t. Sunday
party p.
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I May the true meaivng' Gr.W.lhanlci.Mnd ngs for and holiday. o/ always b May/. one your rememb-you Cftrfttmot.will t'6'1;-;!\. Emma. ;;;;:;;;:: ;:;;:..:..: ::.::: :::::::::::;:_:::::::;:::::::,,:.:.:..:n.: ::.,,: f 4rji;

your frwndstiip:,
of Christmas make
your ond, .good/ will ifs time J wish you !
holiday the happiest.
lo "Joy to /
say I
all, and to all, a gift of YEOMAN'SELECTRIC 11 '
Keystone Heights HAPPY HOLIDAY." great joy

TV SERVICE Home of Good this Yuletide. KIM'S DERMODY'SRecreation

CENTERPhone Cunningham'sGULF Sales & Service Center LL1:1
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473-4551 Melrose, Fla. Louise I'. Dermody
Keystone Heights Keystone Water Works GULF SERVICE SERVICE I ? flis

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8 -- We hope your May Be on tht* you Christmas will .1 CLAY ELECTRIC :.

eaofts ee eJi1JgSTO Peace and r holiday will be cherish In, m.moryrfor COOPERATIVE, INC. :
, Yuletide joy filled with laughter, years long to corm long / ..
Is our wish love, peace and ]joy. Keystone Heights, FloridaCommunity :..

'I ALL OUR FRIENDS 'IN KEYSTONE for one and all 1McKAY., SUPERIORBUTEE HUNTLEYJIFFY .

AND SURROUNDING AREA KEYSTONEBEAUTY Jf :
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ASSOCIATES Owned-Community Built :

Belote's Drug Store SHOP Mm. Melba Hgen Capt. R. T. Ixivorn I Nettle. Owner Stitch berry STORESINC. ti Community Builder ...

W. B. (Bill) Belote i iw : .EDITH JOHNSON Heal Estate f and Appraisal Service I' e.

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Services Held and a member of the First I Curt! C. Melvin Gen. Chapman
Baptist, Church of Raiford.

For Oren Reddish Surviving are his 'Mow, Services; Set New Head Of ,

In' Raiford Church Mrs. Fanny Reddish: a daughter For Friday

Mrs Elmiarle Crews, and

.Orei Reddish 71, former I one son, Oren Reddish Jr., all Curtis Coleman Melvin, 69, : Marine Corps

Union Count:' Commls: -!doner of Raliford& : three brothers, R. of Brooker; died early WedI I Lt. General L. F. (Fielding)
and a long-ttirr resident
died 'X..jrsday, Dec. Redidlsih, and Sheriff P. D. ho :dj..aI.'. A retired' farmer anda last week by President Johnson -

''Hi' In a Lake Butler hospital. Beddlsh. all of. Starke: three member of New Hope Primitive to become the 24th Commandant

A native of Bradford! Country deters Mrs. Hazel Alvarez, Baptist Church. Jie was of the 300,917manU.
Mrs. :Mary Norman, and !Mrs. botri, 3 1898 and' had
: he had lived In Raifordeinca cm July S. Marine Corp. 1:1.:
& 1934. Ha was a farmer I Annie Kelly, all of Starke; I. ''bean a lifelongresident!: of .
A distinguished World War
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'I'R& RIGHT POINT far th Funeral services were 'held ,Surviving!: : are tola wife, Bes- record of achievement as astaff RAIFORD BAPTIST NORTIISIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST
BAYLESS HIGHWAY
at 3 p. m. Sunday In the Rai ......,May Harrison Melvin two
UM,way you write. Corns In ford Baptist Church with funs, Cecil C. Melvin, Brooker officer, Gen. Chapman'la : BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH
well known here, being the son
Rev. Jack J. Stelte and Rev. and James C. Melvin Tampa; Schedule of services: Sun Sunday School 10 a. m.
Sunday School 10 a. m
of I. F. Chapman of Orlando, Sunday: School. 10 a. m.; Schedule of services: Sunday
and.el. ed.your favorite'" ES- Allen R. Price< officiating. Interment -I i ftwo daughters, Mrs. Lucille who was for many years Superintendent Morning Worship Service. 11 School, 10 a.m. Worship, 11 day School, 9:45: a. m. Morn Morning Worship 11 a. m Morning Worship 11 a. m.;
was In Dyer, Cemetery ,cGainey< Daytona Beach and ing Worship, 10:45: a. m.
and 7 p. mRev. Xeland A.
fountain I of the State Prison Union. 6:30 Evening Worship 8 p. m.
TERBROOK pen. a. m.h Training/ : a.m. and 7:30: Training
under the direction orCBra.nnan Mrs. Verna Lee Smith, Gainesville p.m.
Training Union. 6:45: p. m. BaJcer: pastor.
at Raiford. p. m.: Evening Worship 7:30p. : Union 6:30 Rev. Jack Prayer Meeting. Wednesday
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TELEGRAPH.S3: Funeral Home of F" ; one brother MaMIe Melvin p-m. Evening Service, 7:45.: Mid- _
attended m. Thursday Visitation. 10 8 p. m. Sing each. Friday' S
f1ake Butler, I three slaters, Mrs. Gen. Chapman Stolte pastor,
I Tampa; week Prayer Service Wed-
I Andrews and Mrs. Ora Bradford County Hlh School Prayer Meeting Wed., 7:30p. : a*, m. and 7 p. m. p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane. pas
Vergie ,
Browning, both of Plant City, and was commissioned Into the m.; a. A. Meeting Wed.. KINGSLEY LAKE nesday. 7:45: p. m tor. ..-.

GIVE THE PRACTICAL GIFTWORLD'S 1 and Mrs. Minnie Newsome, of Marine Corps upon graduation, 7:30: p. m.r"Choir'Rehearsal. BAPTIST CHURCH SMYRNA MWSIONAKI NEW RIVER BAPTIST.

Coleman; 13 grandchild from the University of FloridaIn Wed.. 7:30: p. m.; Erother- Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Sunday School. 10 a. si.Morning CALVARY BAPTIST -
I 1035.: In addition to a fine hood' meeting last Monday: BAPTIST CHURCH
and one greatgrandchild.Funeral Morning Worship 11 a. m.
Worship il School 10
a. m. Sunday a. in-
8:1: W. Pratt St. Sunday
combat record In World War In each month. Rev. David
services will\ be held Training Union 6:15: p. m. Training Union, 7 p. m. Eve- Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
'I II Gen. Chapman is known In Medelros, pastor. services! Sunday'Schoot!!! ; 10
at? 2 p.m. Friday in New Hope Evening Service 7:30: p. m. ning Worship. 8 p. m. Training Union. 6:30: p. nv
I the mlllftirr profession for hi. Midweek a. m. Preaching: 11 a. m. ,
Prayer Service
SMALLEST Primitive Baptist Church near HOPE BAPTIST CHURCHhighway Wednesday night service e LIvening' Service, 7:30.: Frayet
LaCrosse. Interment will be executive abiUty.RECEIVES Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Come Training Union 5:43: p. m.
Evening Worship, 1 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome. Meeting. Wednesday, 7S:!*
let p. m.
us worship together.
to .the- with
.church Cemetery [ 100 at TheMMO
ELECTRIC ;p9 DEGREES : Everyone welcome .- ElderA. -L. 1.. Parker, pastor. p. m.-Rev. R. H. Butler
OeWltt C. Jones Funeral Home
Sunday School 10 a. m. I
AT UNIVERSITY. FINE LEVEL BATTISi Os.Flynn. pastor. pastor.
ADDING in charge of arrangements.CAM. Horning Worship-11 a. m. CHURCH OF CHRIST

_; '. ''Four students >fr m. this Training Union-6:80: p. m. Sunday School, 18 a. m FIRST !:
MACHINE ,. : von '11108 area received wicrees with\ the Evening Worship 7:15: Morning& Worship.* 11 a. ID FRESBYTBRIA1V Sunday: Bible Study 10 IIEILBRONN BAPTIST

The Board of County Commissioners end of the fall quarter at the. p. to. i I-. .. Pre-Servicea Booster Banu: Sunday School. 9:45 a. ttt. a. m.; Morning Worship and Sunday School >>::43 a. si

% I//;; of. Bradford CountyFlorida I.University of iCTorlda on December 'Wedrtesday hlgftt Young! Peopdev'andPray' ** Communion Service 11 a. m. Morning Woronip., 11 a. m.
'%itlz2XMJJI wlU ...,.". See,)** Side 'arer: Service] 4 3 Morning Worship, 11 L m. Training Union. 6:30: p. m.
18. ; p m. EVenlr* Evening services 6:30.:
at 9:30: on the morning Jsnunrr Services! 7:30: p. m. Rev. I Youth Fellowship.. 6 :
I- am 1068 In the Courtroom They were: Alex D. Roberts Merle Packham; pastor :Worship, 7 .A m. Midweek p. m. Wednesday Worship servIce Training Union 7:00: p. m.
= j of the Courthouse .forthe .. of Industrial f Choir' PraoUoe Wednesday. Evening Service. 8:00.: :MIdweek -
Jr. Starke Bachelor -
'Wednesday
/ foflewlngOne :: :'Service 7:30: pni.aev. 1 I 7 p. m. Minister Jack P.
(1)) hydraullo, grader. Englnerlng; FrankW. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCP 18 p.m. Prayer Service. :':3G

k.f$4( t I mounted maintenance right brush of way and and bank tree Godsey III. Melrose. Bachelor D. I. ,Ramsey: pat- R vr, Robert'D. Burclu belL. p. m. Wednesday., ..

: Sunday, 'Seh ol. 10 .. tor.
cutter. Two blade Cutter, articulated of Mechanical EngineerIng ) m.
: i : S boom hydraulic systems ; Myron C. Prevatt Jr., Morning Worship 11 .. m ---

position. necessary cutter: Reach to. drive not le and.. Juris boctor, and Kenneth W. Evening worship, 7:>o i*. n

than II fret from trader. front I Fitzstmmons Bachelor of Prayer: Meeting.'' 7:30: ''p. inWednesday.1
wheels: CuttIng swath of not Science In Business Administration -I '
ICKK than 5H feet wide With -> Rvv W. I An our future'TTEa"e
I other standard equipment. andoompl.t. both of KeystoneHei&'hts. I Newmanspastor.; Investment\nY\(
I ,
mounted on County'aGallon .' ',' .
US Motor Grader. This
l I" to b.. a Roanoke Robot Cutter CHURCH OF'.GOD'
or equal. FIRST METHODIST I gH f
.. The Board rwei>rv...s the. right CHURCH, STARKE 423 'N.. .Clalr St.. Starke.
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to reject any and all hide.CHARL.PM Sunday. School, 10 a. m. Worship

.. 12-14 2t 12-21 A. DARBY. Clerk :.Sunday ....: :,Church School, : Services. 11 a. m and 7, t .

9:45: a. m.; Morning Worship p. in.-YPffi Wednesday T p.' mi:

INDESCRIBABLE Unitrex M3 WOTICFJ' 11 a. m.$; Snack Supper .for Prayer ''Meeting .Friday 7 PI .
THE
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that NOTICE: IS HEREBY O1VBN MYF, 6 p. m.; MYF. meeting m-RevJ-1!!' ;s.' Williams past
the undersigned desiring
: Compare these outstanding! features! Large capacity to engage In business under 6:30: p. m.; evening Worship, or. I, :
list 10-totals 11. Credit balance, fast ((180 the. flctltlnu. name of STARKE] 7:30: p. m. ; -; r. and they sang praises .
cycles/min.), standard, roomy keyboard, light even IC-B COMJPANT 228 North Bible Study NORTHSIDE BAPTIST ;
Wednesday -
Cherry Street Starke" Florida,
weighs lustS
telephone,
than
: touch, size-no larger a .
Intend) .register the said name 7:30 I -
and Meeting. -
8V4 Ibs., well-placed motor bar. paper roll enclosed fore with the Clerk of the Circuitfourt Prayer : p. Located on Bajnee rTghi: i, Anti tuadenly there, IDOl with th< angel tnultituJe? ef the tieaoenfy? ?tart prattfng!
A
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true sensational portability quality.bullt handsome portable carrying machine ease for Included.years of Florida.. Burke of Bradford I. Ellington County:: sole, I m.Thursday -.... Chancel Choir way (SR 23Bat-RaMord Read -" God and taying.! Clary to God l in the hIghest. and oa ttutb peace; good will'" toward
ISR 16]. Services ,
ttunda .
AVAILABLE' owner.. 12-4 4tchg- 13-28 : : .
trouble-free service. TERMS Rehearsal, 7:30: p. m. "Mi..,
.: Friday Junior Choir Rehearsal &-J
NOTICEI Miming Worship. 11 a. m
", 3 p. m.
: ': Only 109.50 will not be affiliated Kvith Training Union.; 8:30: p. m. personally!fiave a poor sTngTng! voice...ThIs' may tone s

the B & J Income Tax Service FAITH PRESBYTERIAN Evening Service T::30. MidWeek o{ the reasons.why I Rave: so much appreclatioq I""Ak
after December 14 1967. ,
Charles C., Johns CHURCH [Melrose-Keystone] : Prayer Service. Wedneediy. for those who have good voices and use their tuUot

.. 7:30.: -Rn. Glenn Law- "
I ;Bradford County Telegraph Route 1, Box 33, Starke, Fla. Sunday School 9:45: ; Mom- hon pastor. for the Lord, At every Christmas church choirs put .. .
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12-14 4t 1-4 Ing' Worship, 11 a. m "....' Dr !
forth.extra work and effort BO that they nay present q'to
James R.'NeeJe, Jr. minister;
--- Mrs. Carl Swisher, organist; MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL '" the; world the wonderful etory: of the birth n l. our f .

Mrs. W. R. Barbot, choir de- Sunday School. 9::45. Morn- i Saviour. I plan to attend these services ,knowing: that 'PinyksartandsoulwlflbonourishedaMUtcdbjgb

I DIRECTORY reotor. Ing Worship. 11. Training un- I 1 ''
JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS 7J
ion. 6:15.
RADIO SUNDAY SCHOOL 1230 7:30.: : Evening Worship' ;.s.Q'1QI&Come. tog? ajJL_

A -. Radio' Station WOOQ Wednesday Dec. 13The ) ,- < on your dial, T:30: to 8 ..:m.A. .--. -
Park Lane Choir will
.4( ,Auto' Sa1e' &' Service t ... '. C. Felgert, teacher. 'present the Baptist Christmas Cantata .. I 1
\
LANDROVER MOTORCYCLES PUNOS MADISON STREET '"Night of Miracles." tinder .....
the
BAPTIST CHURCH direction of Gteorge T. :
Jones, '7:30: p. m.' I

HONDA For Musical Advice Sunday., Dqo, ;24, Sunday
The World'. :Finest In School, 0:43: a. m. Christmas FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 4Ws _ _

-< 4 r\,Wheel Drives ., M OT qROYCLKS C. CARTER NICE Cantata Born A King:*' presented OF STARKE I _
Sold! and Serviced by '
by the Church Choir, .
Roberts' Chevrolet West Weldon St. and Ral .
'11' a. m. You h Choir Practice. .
Green. Cove .. 3033 ALL, MODELS ford'Road.
Spring
4:39: p. m. You1h'Ch.or! Supper -
Jacksonville 24-961)0 Rh / 5::45. WMU Prayer Clfcle, Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. _
-it:?
Merchants Green Stamp 4- 7:19.: Evening Worship 7:30.: I 11:00: a.. m. Morning Worship! ; 4

Wed., Dec. 27-(Prayer Meeting'and .. 6:00: p. m. c. services: 7:00p. :

\J .P Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M.
\ Vehicles ChlckerlngA": 7:30: p. m.' Wednesday:" '1:34: p.i*. M:1d.: '

Station Tues., Wed., Thurs., Frl. Other Name Brands Week Prayer Meeting.Pastor .. : '
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Wagoneer
"MP
WagonsJe Open, Salt. 8 A].!. 6 P.M. PIANOS _. CONN ORGANS KUhtk.In!; The.Clrralt JvdlH. C.urt Clreqlt Of Florida!.. Andy : Rev.. George Green, : ::: I

S p Unlversals. 2051 Park Jacksonville 388-8319 Bradford Coeatr.NO. JrMORGAN CHAPEL


.. Aathorlnd Jeep Gladiator Service Trucks\ Closed MOTORS Sunday A CYCLES& Monday Plaintiff...aioQeorge vu'baverne Luba. Schneider Schneider, Sunday 'SChool, 9:f. Morning ..::i ;= ,. i.r.'i"i, ;\ :, ;,. .: ,.-: ;' :'' ;' : '','':"' ':' .. .I
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.I 4 Approved. Wheel 'Drive Parts'(-' 2 Wheel* 4949 Standing Blvd. : PICTURE FRAMES Defendant.NOTICES OF SUIT Union. 6:15.Worship: Evening, 11. Worship Training f: '- ,.000atI.WI.............,............... ........... .i$ .... \N17'

"Drive Jacksonville 771-8241 To residence: L.UBA. and SCHNEIDER address ts: whOM 302S4Alser I 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer MeetIng ::i '" I I..-.d d Si deml St_II a.aad II..ib.ke.t, .bvh. hi.......,. &

BLAND Madlaoo Hotg-hts, Mlch- ,r 7:30.: ': 'e Rb .s..... I .. hd W. a.J IsdeIp C ..y si M. "' l f.:!

..EDDIE .. Iffmn.YOU -B4b i :t p-l.a.... ..........ebbS m UK. is deer.* .......%. Sulla. Th.uk.WIlMotill; : ::i
PICTURE FRAMING ARE NOTIFIED that a *, Cooper pastor. ... ... .. .... ... .1. ... .
MOTORS, Inc. Complaint for Divorce baa. been .......... .II. ,_. .. M.stba.b let ii' t;
: 655 w. ADAMS\ -. MUSIC r filed axalnet you and you are DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH .% ell 11. .. bU. ...." ..,...R4 .........-r .... ibid. s....ld.. ::

-JAc4SoNvILLg_ ;! 854-1751 UNFRAMED PRINTS answer required.. or to pleading serve a copy to the of complaint your. BROOKER '" S._I. .. .....3...5... .... -'i 5;.i8 .d dsit..,; Re -'VtQustfpr &::

-- on plaintiff Attorney. I" y M...*.*e>.flttka. *In..>.i.*.d:II M.W .....lor. l ;:
SPILLERS'GALLERY A. Z. Ad kins, Jr.. Ill' 8. W. ; ColMM W V/5
'Parrish Motors' Third .Street-. Galn evme, Florida Sunday, School 10 a. m. .,..':'' .,-.".......... ."'. .,.....''.......!. !.,....,..-0............ ..........'...:.....:,.....V.Vl. .. .. ( !!.::..'!.! !!!: !!;:=:-?i i1'0.
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and. file the original mnwer Morning Worship 11 a. m. "''''''''"'''...... ..."..". ,&.8% 33S8SS .......,."""' .... .....,.,.,."" ..... . v. ;>. _V.ro_'__i>-.*-.-. .<. -. v&v<--tt&iThi >
.4/ '" Paulus 'Music Co. or pleading. In the Officeof Training Union 8:30: p. m.
,
BALKS! the Court of the Circuit Everkin Service, 7:30. Feature Published '
,
Court, at Btarke, In Bradford Rev. : .in'the Interest f.aJ3etterc Community by the I
BERVTCJO- : Follow
Band & Instruments Lacy.
String, 1045 Park St.-In Five Point. County,' Florida on ot* before. Conway pastor.
.yARTs the 10th day of December. 1967 biff Civic-Minded Business Firms
Gibson'Gultara & Amplifiers lax 8 S-8Ml If you fall. to do so, Judgment SPECIAL, GOSPEL FlING ...-., ..
by default will be takenagainat --- --
.Years ,As A. Dealer School. ., Supplies-Instruction you for the relief demanded AT BOATDRAIN BAPTIST' FAULKNER
., In the Complaint. I A special Gospel Sing will Edwards STARKE BUILDERS
Always Good Used" Cam Robert. Recorders SEWING THIS NOTICE shall be pub- be held at the Boatdraln SINCLAIR SERVICE Grocery & I
CENTER Baptist
921 Laura St. Jacksonville' Mualo llshed. once each week for four 1 -
l4hrary-Expvrt Church at 7:30: Sat.
Phono 356-5654 consecutive week In the Brad. p.m. SUPPLIES. Inc
Repair Department ford County Telegraph. a. newspaper urday. Dec. 16with the Lov- U-HAUL RENTALS MkGroeer1esMeati'eede.
a of general. circulation laUtarke

DEAU'I'YACADEMY! '-- ,. 41 VV,, Monroe St. H.&N. *. Bradford County, .Florid participating'ett Brother and in the other'old-fash groups .Truck ...;.. Trailer Complete Featuring Paint Aee Hardware SoppUeeand

Jacksonville .8558447S310 Dated this 27th day of No..... I
*H American' SEWING CENTER ber 1987.SffiAL ioned gospel singing. Everyone-. Complete Lubrication Gas &: Oil Sporting Good

**, Hairstyling Jacksonville Beach 800-9091 Blvd. ( CHARLES! ) A. DARBY.. Clem cordially invited. Minor Tune-ups, I Ph. 964-5312 Starke, Fla. "CHEjUK 'WITH US FDXST"

1967 Circuit Court
Academy Singer Clerk By Beulah. It. Moody,' Deputy CHURCH BOATDRAIN- STARKE'BAPTIST 709 S. Walnut Ph. 964-5899 a 219 WMhtagton St. 964-8270

21 W. MONROBJACKSONVILLE Auto, Zig..Zag 11/.. .t &t/U Sunday School, 10. a.m. '

533-9501 Morning' Worship. 11 ...m.TralMng DOYLE CONNER 'WL& ; Lawson Meat Market
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OPTICIANRCFESSIOMAL: 0' ;
'Like New' Union. 6 p.m. Evening AND COLD STORAGE
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RiversideHairstyling In The Circuit Court Of The -"' Worship/ pra. Prayer, Insurance Agency'f

Console Modet makes) fancy designs rlda Eighth In And Judicial For. Circuit Bradford Of Coun-Flo Meeting, Wednesday 7 p.m. I I OF STARKE, INC. We Specialize to Custom Slaughtering

: ty. :SAVEWlt'h' Cutting H WrappingFr.par.4 '-
|.t&tchUt' monogramsovercasts Cane No. Ill Church Of>Jesus: Christ Of f U.S. 301 NORTH For
,Academy sews on1. buttons, BLANC'HEI T. RKVBL3.! Latter-day Saints Tour Mutual A&reat22Z Deep Film

2650 PARK make holes' Plaintiff, ((418 East CaU St. Ph. 964-7800 PHONE
ST. button A. bUnd V.aftov9ia. ] Starke Fla.BAUNIS : 964-7059
N.
Temple Ph. 964-7369
JACKSONVILLE J88-8337 / OPTICAL stitches.' ; No attachments !: EUOBNE! REVELJL Services: ft: j It.: ,
Accredited Defendant. Priesthood 8:45 Sunday .
: < :
COMPANVPrescription Demonstrators.. |>4 or ..js'perm MOTICR' Of. 5th'To '
Quanfled Instructors School 10:00.: Sacrament: 'vICKERY
'. : Orover Eugene Revel GARAGE
Modern Styling S Pilled _" > jj| \ W '. ... FLORIDA
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Innon-Balem.
Monthly Classes Broken Lenses Liupllc*>cad .&:_IN.. Sewing__ Ctr.WESTERN. North Carolina' Branch: President 528 S. Walnut St. .
"Where- tomorrow's, stylist S Artificial Eyes .h YOU ARK HBIIBBY NOTI Dean Haneen, M4-6271- / .5 Phone 6.j.602Z. SERVICENEXT !
are trained" C Eyewear Specialists FIB1> .that an action for divorce PEST I
ha. been flied against you and FIRST t
BAPTIST CHURCH TOHOLIDAY '
Z1S Complete Automotive ,
Laura St. Jax
838-5805 you are required to serve a I
1034 .STOBE copy of your written defense... STARKE '
Park St. Jaz 334-118"' I REPAIRSFor ONTROL
If to It Sunday INNU. :
ELECTRIC.JVIOTORSPeavy any on Eugene F. Sunday.bee. 34

Shaw Attorney for plaintiff School. 9:45: a,. m. Morning .. : ..
whvee Ned '
addren !I. lla South Wal. Every S. 301 :NORTH '-" AcNAAt'th.
LITTLE'DUDEWestern nut,Street stacks Florida" ,' and Worship at. 11: sermon. ''The
PHOTOGRAPHERBARNETT'S
flU the original with the Clerk. Wonder of the Birth of ALTERNATOR SERVICE
of the above Phone 961-5310& : &
Brothers etyled Court on or Jeaus." IValnlng'Union. 8i5. '
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Store before' January 8..limn! other.wile : .
Electric Co. .1 a ,judgmentmay* b* en. Evening WOrship. 7:30: sermon -- 539 E. Call St., Starke. Fla.
.er."l D6.lnet you for the C.Ii. .- "Peace "
'Where Bartti.
..., ELJPCTBIO 3iIOTORSSOld48erVICedR.palred You'll Find Evel'7'thing ., demanded" la the aomplaint. on Prmy1r Charley E. Johns BRADFORDABSTRACT Phone 964-5745: for FREE
For the'HorseEnthula WITNESS: < my hand mad the Wednesday Deo. '37>- : '*
Commercial and Portrait !: t" bill.. of *aid Court, oa" tOta Meeting 7 p. m.: 'Church I Agency Inspections'& E timates

Generator*-Starter* Photography Western : November 1811. Choir. T:43.-: ..
Alterations' Frames A Custom Framing .ClothingLeather- CHARLKS: A. J'lARBT 141' .. Walnn. Ph.! M4-M70 Company Hurst Shell Service
goods. Saddles and Trailers AS CLERK -0+ SAID -W. A. Hogan PastorA I

Armature Rewinding 1958/ Blundlng Blvd. Charles .to. Aharon Petty COURT '. GENERAL: CfSCRANOVIfe 158 ,W. CALL ST. CARL, HURST
By: Virginia F. Derby' ;! But I7n.
4044 Lenox Av ly Nobody nMUaAgaej .
"Jc4rsont11-8d?'2 2S .Jaokj-eviU.. Bttt-i itt t. WLU..EdjeWU4ML Jacksonville: : .881-1S10 AA-. JLM.DtoiUf CiUtk 11-1. 41. ,1I-.8_ __ clMalfled brings.,results.4 .la the. Telegraph o.mr 11.-"..... \ .!Starke Fla: 'Ph": '961-6881& U..301 eel 8.-&Walnut.l'iECTION 100,.PIa.eu..l11"taraU '

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mVltsnAV, Tree. "21, '1987 BRADFORD COUNTY -rET.EOKAFlT.: 8TAKKB. FI.OIUDA' _


FFA Horticulture around' whom the action re pel AME! Church with Rev. L. 'New Rules 'Given. For Planting If : I I!: Car Runs Off '.
Team Places P; rh"f w3 + 'o I
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officiating. Burial :"
I volves.A A. Sampson Road Hits Pipe
love story between 'a boy will be In Pine Grove Cemetery Tobacco In :Skip-Row Patterns ',
3rd In National Show In N.Y. I Ir I and a bear fills the second: Gainesville. with Chest I' :./ A 1965 Ford" MustanVn!: :
The rules 'for measuring| strips of one or more less! rows
I Scald of the double bill. "Gen nut-Halle! In charge. I' off SR-100 and. struck drtv -
i A Bradford PPA Chapter I County placed'sixth In '/a fieldof tle -aiantf"' rs'Den.n1s' Weaver TIGERS WHIP KELLER flue-cured tobacco planted. in: alternating with another crop I way drainage pipe damming
horticulture Judging team of I 15 state teams In the 4-11I "who limped his way across :RJE varsity boys basketball 1968 in various tkl -row' patterns -I t crowing at tine same time and the right front end accordln...
David Scott and Ores Alvarez I division. The St. Johns team 'millions! of .television screens team slipped past Keller High are different from, Chose I,I the distance between the to the Florida Hlgrlrwuy. Patror'
placed third'In its clas.as was coached by Paul Dlnklns, 'as Marshall 'Matt DiUlon's deputy varsity of Maoclenny. by a ;for 1967. Leaton'M t1aan Jr., trips of F-C tobacco measured -' : here. -, ,
Flcrtiia:! ,*-.H And FFA' boys St. Johns County .aeeut whoIs '" ctialnman of 'the Bradford.I from plant to plant 18'
\ -Cheater. The film also score or 67-60 after a hard Driver of vehicle, Richard"''
And girls placed high in national a native of Lawtey. stars Vera"Miles, Ralph Meeker -, battle Tyrone Blye. with 23 County Committee points out more than 63 Inches, the crop II Joseph Lester 22, Melrose,
competition at the Convention The ,rule havealso been I toeing measured will be considered -
young horticulturists *, .vert-yeaJ'-old. Clint Howard points Curtis Whitley with \that! the was not Injured or charged uv"
of the National JunIor toured the UnIted Nations and. a big black bear JO, 'and Benjamin Strong, L simplified.Acreages'of. to extend half the distance the accident. The mishap oc*'
Horticultural Association Building! Chinatown Wall. "Oehtle led }, in scoring F-C tobaccoplanted between the other crop De .
ed Ben. 9 the Tigers cured at 7:HO a. m. Sat. en Dec. 4-8 in New York City. Street, the New 'York: Botan- filmed on'locations in JUUn-1 Whitley also led in rebounds: ( m skip row with\ Idle and the tobacco, but not more I 16. seven miles west Of BtarKe;
i The Bradford: team, placed nlcal Gardens, Radio Music An MOM thriller! for the Tigers. land or other.crops will be than 32 Inches. p Damage to the car 'was est-
third In a field of 14 demon- Hall, and Hunt's Point Pro- :Diamonds." starring George E. Lee of Keller, led this considered: > all! F-C tobacco U The area in the skiP-rows' mated at $150. --
ktMtUons in the Horticultural duce ,Market.At Hamilton Joseph Gotten(Marie team in scoring 23 points.' the distance between the rows not occupied by tobacco maybe
Demonstrations Production the Market they learned Laforet, and 'Maurice Evans,I RJE varsity girls lost their or strips! of tobacco la not counted as conserving use Recent Births '"
,Division by Showing how to that nearly'BO per cent of The presents '''a series of daring game to Keller, 3550. Nellie more than 63'Jnches., acreage If devoted to a conserving ..-
produce: Florida strawberries. fresh vegetable'' andi citrus jewel' robberies all featuring Davis led the Tlgerettes in When tobacco> !Is planted in use. This area will
They were coached by PaulHutchlns displayed on"'the buyer's:>1a.t- special. "equipment' to foil po- scoring, with 24 points. Ingle! wide rows ..alternating ;i I quality as diverted;!, acreage Mr and Mn. Prank Starling *
I advisor of theIBrad.fORi forms carried the Various 'IJM) Wednesday and Thursday :The ,next home !game for with 'skip-rows of.. idle tend,only If the strip Is'at least Ag Complex Complete announce the birth of a
Chapter, who ac. trademarks or Florida --pro Dec..a7 j and 38 as the the Tiaers any> Tlgerettes is and the-distance between the I'lour normal rows In width daughter/ Shelley 'Delynn.
companied'them New York. ducers. Florida' 'Theatre remains! open scheduled for Jan."5 when lows is more'than 63 lnool8ol and devoted to a conservinguse. Sunday, Dee 17 In 'Alachua
The PEA Horticulturaljuicing" The trlpt was made possible all week during Christmas.: they win meet WUllston Voc- 'each raw of tobacco I The new $68,000 county agriculture Complex! at the falr- General Hospital. .Maternal
Team "from Palatka by contributions! from the ational. I considered, occupy a strip, grauniM was UwlareJ' substantially complete Wednesday' grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
placed second In. the FFA' d.1- Florida Power and Light Com- SCHOOL NEWS 63 Inches wide. TIIE"KIUHT ponv for the morning by the County( Commission and Architect Frank W. L. Thomas and paternal
The 4- vision.
'l>any and "the Florida Power weeks .Honor When-tobacco (
'Second' six write. Cume In amiiNelMt
\fudging Team from St. Johns ,Corporation Colored Citizens 'Students Pr1l1 1p J's List: -Jeanette [strips., of alth"sknorepproes.rowslO'ternatlba' Of ,way you you'uv..rlte. 1CSTKK'BROOK leorgn.Canty 'Agent George lIugglnA and his personnel' will I Joe; Starling.Mr.. and. Mrs.. Paul Klah announce

Elvis Stars At Florida Theatre News r Aldrldge DaSue,,, Alice Nellie Yvonne Davis, |Idle land more than 63 Inches, ....uDlair pen. TELL begin mining Into the new complex mat after Christmas. the .birth-efa' -on"g

I : Turner Anthony, Henry TFranltll. :;../..tni row' to plant row the OUAPH and Im open for business by Jun. 2 if everything gum JMplanned. .Paul Andrew, on ''December 5
"As ''area .of the Crop being meas- .in Alachua. General Hospital.,
Show Stays Open All Week 1--: Ralph Byrd, Sharon Clark. I Gainesville.
will' extend Into the striplof I
Honor Roll: 7ih. Grade,'r- 'ured ; I Above, Ilngglnn. Contractor EroelltXrlellt". anti.County :Curtis:...Sullivan .
Mr.-and Mrs.> -
idle lanl!! half! a row width '
Elvis Presley hits Miami Melvin Byrd, :
man determined to-discover Jacob Davis,
ConmilNilonprH Zedra Hamilton Buck Norman, and Jerome .
Islarger. of Lake Butler, announce -
'
Beach in his newest movie his own worth in a I Carol Hunt, Lavan 'Bass. Alfred 'or' 16 Incheswhichever '
personal John Inspect the'new demonstration. kl oh..i1. 'U 'Will' ,have the' birth of a daughter -
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"f'Clambake, a musical world of muddled values. Watkins Cannel Williams. I
When tobacco 'Is, planted In three stoves, Including the movable olio the group I I.* bt-Jilncl. on December 19 in Bradford -
romance opening Sunday. Double feature Ifare awaits .Lavern Jenkins, Ulysses Hospital.
Monday, and} Tuesday, Dec. 24 'ipre-weekend viewers. James Woods. 3th Grade -, Velma County
25,'and 26 at the Florida Drury, star of TV's "The Virginian Mitchell Dora Frazier Shirley Choir r\,'1). 3 and Usher Board
Theatre here. ," appears in his first ) I Pete Sharon Hanfcerson.' No. 2 rehearseat730. Tuesday
Marking a change' for Elvis, motion picture In Universal's"The James Robinson, Gloria Williams night Choir No. 1 and 2
the United Artists release Is Young Warriors.' Drury Cleveland Morris. 9th rehearse at .5 p. m Wednesday,I 4HOIdQhg SPJECWLS ON
the first Hollywood: production portrays a tough but understanding : Grade Jacob Davis Mary night Prayer Meeting. Thursday 5THS
let In tore dangerous and World War II army Ann Bass Pamela Davis, Le- night Story. Hour and
unique world' of ski boat racing. sergeant !in the Technicolor Bertha Griffins; Sandra Williams Ladles Circle., Friday night, Ask. p
.-.Eight songs are aung bya 'production In charge of a Barbara J. 'Hudson'. ,Prayer Band..Saturday. ,night "
sincere and. sensitive young squad of young soldiers o. 10th Grade"-: Hazel: King, Winners will be sold from the The '
f titir 1 Melvarean Morris. Mary kitchen. .Annual .Christmas Charley S i Quiet Spot For Liquor Wine Beer
Strong ''llth Grade Gloria }program. 6 p. m., Sunday.
HutchInson 'Esther! Barber, WEDDING PLANS WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS '-
Mazella Durham Donnie The wed'ulng': of Miss Ruby
Jackson. Eloulse Cooper, Juanlta Elaine. Pinion, daughter at Johns Canadian ''Lord Calvert ---- 4.95 vr. Bourbon DeLuxe 3.98
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FOR THOROUGHLY' / Griffin, >Martha Lane, Deacon and Mrs. J..W. Prince. 4
Carolyn 'Thomas. 12th Grade and Mack.Charles Lee son of-- '. Old Crow __________ _____ 4.85.N, Gilbey's Vodka _________ 3.39
-c1ara Hamilton'Linda K. Rev. Jeff Lee will take place I
MERRY HOLIDAY! about this question: Lord Craven Canadian ____ 4.65 ft Gilbey's Gin 3.98
Sgt. Vernon Tyson Is homeon Dinktns Cynthia Clark Clara Friday Dec 22, In .Greater I i) ------------- +

leave after serving 12 Hendrleth, Shirley Brown, Bethlehem Free Will Baptist "We had ah ''auto'accident'' Calvert ''Extra 4.65 Kentucky Beau __________ 3.78''
Lee will follow ------------
Charles E. Williams, Ora Church. 'A reception
: months !in Vietnam with the
miles from home. We l
1,000
; ;as 1st Bn. 28th Inf. Dlv. He Is White. in the church education when : ,Schenley Reserve ________ 4.65 k Calvert Gin ______________ 3,88 .
'mighty' pleased
NEWS building. were i
7t the son of Mrs. Mabel Tysonof CHURCH
". Pleasant Grove. The First Born Churcn 'of Mrs. Mary Modoud wU ,act our "Another will to the Living God will presentthe as matron of honor The call to your agency brouslit
'Sound Ol j Fort Sgt. Carson Tyson, COlo. report for reassignment Excelsiors Gospel Singerson bridesmaids will be Mrs. Gloria a local insurance adjuster W Seagrams 7 Crown _..______ 4.65 ]ft P.M. DeLuxe __________, -,. 3.59
Music'!" Christmas Eve at 8 p. m. Jackson Mrs Mamie Mar\ "A H 3.64/
on 'January 8. to" promptly handle our
I Inver House Scotch 4.51 Relska Vodka
.Moses: Constance Williams ------- -.----------- .
Miss
-Chicafo Tnbunt RECREATION NEWS featuring evangelist Cutchen, claim; our auto repairs and (Jf
In basketball 'Saturday Williams of Jacksonville. and Mrs ,Juanita Car- I'
Allen Chapel AME!: all of Starke. Jesse Mc- medical :.payments. Doe r
night the Falcons defeated Greater ter, 4 Ask About Special Case .Prices
Sunland Training'Center, Church: Sunday School, 10 a. Cloud will, serve as best man, such claim: service extendall I T(
116-32. The Hawks defeatedthe m. Mrs. PuUum's services will and the ushers will be L. C, over ''the continenta1. .
Phantoms of Jacksonville, be held at 11, and the evening rr outc. ien, Raymond Sherman U.S.A.1" I
4' 102-98. service >at 6 p. m. A.. C. Carter, and An- 9 B LIQUO
The Hawks. will travel to Bethlehem Free Will Baptist thony DeSue. I Charley E. Johns I LONG BRIDGE I
Alachua Friday night to take "' Church-: Monday night:
Tourna- .. .-.... -- -... -... -.... -,... _M..w.. .........-.:...... _\llft Agency STORE .
part in the Holiday
UNIVERSAL ment. They play at 6:30: Fri-
STATE
131 S. 'Walnut.., St. ROAD 100 W. 11 MILES; .
day night, and; all fans are

eWiAndrews> .AtMILUC. Invited to victory.to go and cheer themon FREE COLOR TV ATBONANZA : PRONE 964-5070 ,Other Discount Prices These Prices Good Thru Dec. 30, 1967 '

Basketball goals have been .,.. _-u .___ __ _.._ .... .. __ ,_
Mary Moore r vgr "' ...... ...:- L ;"-- ::.....- : -+- _
Tyler put up at the recreation cen-
ter for the enjoyment of teen-
agers. All teenagers are Invited : 1--

Card Charming activities.to take part in supervised .. AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY .' 'I I

James Fox The Falcons will travel to
( Gainesville Wednesday, Dec. BONAHZA Now until the end
27, to play the A. Q. Jones
aorsuv+a.e Recreation center. The next of December you will receive -
p ,, LADIES WEAR Office
Equipment
AUTO SALVAGE
t.
home game wUl be Saturday LVe rra absolutely FREEa 'i
-
I night Dec. 30. ELECTRIC MOTORS
NOTICE! beautiful GE tele- BRASINGTON Cherry'sOalnesvllle's
168 will hold' Hancock
) Its regular meeting Thursday vision with each Mobile CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE Most Fashionable
[tonight! at 8 o'clock in the ELECTRIC Address For Ladles
OavDBeatrice! Billet: Masonic Hall on Brownlee St. ;, Home purchased! Justin Iaao 1)RESSESSVITMCOATS ,v
All members are asked to be Motor Repair Co.Of ftlATEHNITY WEARACCESSORIES r4:
.,. time for the holidays BALES A SERVICE -
'Y-IMAan.Rr.ar: 'rr.r-r.r"r.ar.vw '0-.w.-: present and on time. Businessof BailthCoronaAuthorlxdDealer
: ;
.;:
.-.rM._WYMIp "rw W NO4 Wr1.F.. *4 W.b.*Wb9f.w Fine" Selection! of Used Oar
,.. .
-..-- --- -- ---.r =y vital Importance.OBITUARY Hurry in now for Taken On CadUlwo Trade Gainesville, Inc. 7 W. University, Gainesville

Mrs. Nonnle L. Pullum. a your FREE TV at tOOl N.W. IStb. Bt 41 RepairingRewindingNew MEN'S ,WEAn 'Clary--Victor ) '.
Starts Tomorrow at the FLORIDA THEATREin long time ,resident of Starke
GAINESVILLE. No passes accepted. Matineesat and Bradford County, died PIIONE 318- 301 and Used STAG 'N DRAG Adding Machines CalculatoreSALESBERVICERENTAL .)
Sundays Tuesday; Dec. 12, in Bradford WORE GUARANTEED "
Saturdays ,
2 p.m. dally 5 p.m. on County Hospital. Funeral! services Florshelm Shoee- /

Christmas Day and New Year's Day. .Evenings will. be held at 11 a. m. CRANELINCOLNMERCURY Phone 872-83)8 Frfso PItuna '''Suits SAVE TIME '- 'Ptsjeos*
BONANZA MOBILE HOMES poor
8:30.: Sunday in Greater Allen Cha- Ladles Sport. Wear
., ) Arrow Dress Shirts requirements wtth osi'fame.
4131 N. W. 13th St. Gainesville
,. Autborhed Sale A Service Farm and Industrial 13 W. University Gainesville 828 N. Mafia St. Oln svUl._

I'hone 372.4285 806 B. University-GalnMVUle[ Equipment MOBILE\ HOMES Phone S7A-AB81

I "1;,
Phone 112-2 lCrane' J
I, MUSTANG

ImportsVolvo Santa Fe Tractor, Mobile Homes, Inc. PAINT: &.GLASS

(Mercedes-Bens) Inc. Gainesville's Discount! Mobile

FIAT-IIILLMAN Home Bole.. Lot. Liddell Paint &
Purchase discounts) on entire

2201 N. Main Gainesville[ FORD I chain guarantee hug savlngi.' Glass Co. ...

.* Phono 272-4373 Farm Tractors' & Implements NEW MOON CAPELLA ...-

Ford Industrial Equipment PACEMAKER KTANIZB: FAINTS!
Used Mobile Homes Low
L sAt Beauty, Academy USED EQUIPMENT Priced With approved credit GUM-Mirror* -.SUdlng' Door
>low as 1100 down.
SALES PART SERVICE: 4820 N.W. 13th St. 441 North Tub Enolosarea-8how DoersWladows
I POWELL'S Gainesville. 878-1844
,PICK UP A DELIVERY .
CALL COLLECT -AwnigCs.rpeOwaupapewitonfreat -

Beauty AcademyLearn 4488 N.W. Sixth a ln svlH.
MOVERS
Need I
a Profession In Tour' Phone 376-2548 Consaltatldb. *
Long Distance Moving
Spare Tim*..Full or Part Time 118 N.W. Sixteenth M.'
l> Local! Drayage

is Money :for DAY EVENING CLASSESLow GARDEN SUPPLIES Storage -Shipping Peeling;' prating' GAINESVILLE: 87>-8I/i'

Tuition"TermaJ19 FREE ESTIMATES CALL

Christmas Shopping N.W. 10th Ave HILL'S MOVING SEWING MAC INESf, ',


Christmas all of us at t tie \bank\ : extent ,tie Oalaecvllle 7S-37M Johnson& Far!*, Inc. & Storage, Inc. National Sewing,


.Season's, !Greetings you and,yours. Uet :Cash IMMEDIATELYFROM ( CONCRETE PRODUCTS SEEDSPLANTSIweotlofda Complete: tins of- '8840 Oalnesvlll N.E. Waldo 8724271MUSIC Rd. Machine Co., Inc.


INSIST THAT ALL YOUR -Pet SupplieSFERULUERB New Horn, Ffaff N leo,
TO I
$25 $600'
CONCRETE PRODUCTS Lipham Music Co.Gahee.vWe"Shopping t.7aIIWtDI'' Machines

Trained Help You ,,ARE TUB BEST FROMEdward's Ctr. Sales) A Senrto !-
FLORIDABANK I We Ae To 'W. Rent Fertilizer.Spreader" '
87J-8MS N.arly New Units 15.monthly
With ProblemsOpen Building
Your Money '
224 "N.W. 8th Ave. 110 "N. W. 10th Avenue
AuthorUed Budget Term Available

AT STARKE Wednesday Afternoons Till 5 I Supply,Inc. PRONE ,872-04 7Galnecvllla .:Baldwin Planes '* :Organ .11 W. TnlrersJtj.. OalaesvUleS78V19M

From Now Until Christmas 729' S..jMale373.4341OAINE3VU.LF. Fla,. I Guitar .Gibson Goy
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Member ;Federal l Deposit Insurance Corp. TOWN FINANCE CO.: : $LA.I I II' : : Standard AmpUD.nr 1'Y a. .- -

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rftfCTIOV': 3 PACE SEC BRADFORD COUNTY TCTJEOnAPIl. !STARKB.! FLORIDA: THURSDAY DEC. 21, 1967


Hearing a crime against nature on two clnlty of Sampson LAke Bradford bond of $37.50.
Set Public Offices select' your favorite KSTEJt.
warrants signed by the fatherof Deputy Sheriff A. E. I Norma Holt Walmsley fail THE KlQIir POINT for the .
a 14-year-old Jacksonville r Brown Jr. said his Investigation ure to have vehicle under Set Closing Hours BROOK fountain pen TELL.GRAPH. :
On 2 Charges/ : way yon write. Coma In and ,, .
girl I shows l'iiat Harris apparently control and causing1 an accident I

Arraigned before Judge purchased gas In placed on probation. for Stark'' ', City Hall will be I
In Harris CaseA Yawn last Friday, Harris requested Starke that afternoon.'Mayorls 90 days. closed Monday for Christmasand '''', ':'r'7JJ ,
a preliminary hearingand Charlie Vale, disorderly! also Tuesday, the day DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

former Sampson City asked the court to appoint CourtSeven conduct by disturbing the' aftter. the City Council do. I
counsel. JUdge Yawn turned peace and voluntary Intoxication elded upon request of City
man, Marvin Earl (Bobble) I .. STARKE PHONE 964-6200
Harris, 33: chared In Duval Harris' dofense over to Public persons pled guilty sentenced to a fine of Clerk Merrill Edwards. ., -

County: with kidnaping1 Is Defender R. A. (Buzzy) GreenJr. and were sentenced or forfeited $53 or to 10 days in jail. The Bradford County court- _: ":":. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176
schedule! for a preliminary bonds before Mayor Ernest Dell driving without I house will clo e at noon''' Fri. )
hearing Jan. 4 before County!: The former Bradford man ischarged Carl Hurst In StArke Mayor's' license forfeited bond of day and open again next Tuesday Rental Services
Thpron A. Yawn with abducting the Court night $52.50. Dec. 26.Bradford ''
Judge on. two Tuesday : i i
Charges he faces here. | 14-year-old; girl from near her I Vivian Burch resisting ar-| David Eugene Jackson, failure schools', wilV dismiss 11 tI : HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS
to: have vehicle under at the regular hour Friday i I IlE ,
home In Jacksonville Thursday, nt
Harris is rhntxed in County rest, disturbing the peace, vol- :
control) and causing an accident afternoon and back
go
Judges Court here with attempted Dec. 7 and bringing her Into l untary Intoxication, and disorderly CRUTCHES
placed on probation for Into session on Tuesday, Jan
rape and committing Bradford County to the vi- conduct by use of pro- 90 days. 2. The Christmas vacation
fane and Indecent language,
.I Johnny Ray Godwin, failureto shortened this year because
sentenced to a total of 25
have vehicle under control, the School Board voted to have ,
days in jail on the four .
and causing an acct!'.;;ent, fined a spring' vacation. I
charges. | court costs of $8.50. Other' business, and pubIc! j Serving Florida

Morris Thomas, failure to" places, the banks, draft boar, With a loud of several thousand dollar. In time,' money, tIl Since 1950

301 DriveInSIIOW causing yield the an right-of-way accident, forfeited and'! GRAPH A Clanslflra brine no .m.-.the&.TJL: o only and post Christmas offices: ,Day.will be cloud! : and real estate, the owner abandoned, thin shell home and It II o'of b a 4YBti4AY IStIVtiC
sold this week
wait to
satisfy mortgage.
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ADMISSION. BEGINS: : Adults AT'5c.SUNDOWN. Students 60e FLORIDA THEATRE Prison Probe One Foreclosure Sale Delayed; I Mrs. Carolyn V Cordially

Children Under 12 Free |

Showtime-Weekdays 7:00Sunday 3:00 Asked By Kirk Eaves I i Welcomes
Two Others Representative,
FKI., SAT., SUN., MON.\ DEC. 22, 23, 21, 25 Saturday 1:00 Completed WednesdayOne I Ph. 964-5812 B You and Your
Double Feature Program
}FRIDAY SATURDAY DECEMBER\ 22, 23 Gov. Claude Kirk asked I 122 N. Bay St. t Family to Your
Tuesday for a'cabinet Investi- foreclosure sale the
was company was to construct '
Double Feature Starke
Program gation of 'a VS. Supreme stayed by a Circuit? Court, shell exterior, with Tyson to New Home

*jf-'V|" Jhey'reyovng..they're in lave NO. 2 NO. 1 Court ruling which chargedthe order Monday morning, but' 'I finish the Inside himself. They
| ? Florida State Prison at? two other homes were sold at said he did much of the labor The

...and they kill people* ;, ,* Tenders; Raiford with cruel treatmentof ,,11 a.m. Wednesday to satisfy/ I I on the foundation, and pur- State Florida
: a prisoner Kirk suggestedthat mortgages held by a finance chased and erected paneling to
mEr Terrifying Warm I It Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and
PAVED 7NEWAYFORD a legislative committee company. almost finish the inferior.
Human. should study' the matter Im had made To Acquaint You With Your City.
DAYI .. James and Hester Dommon, Tyson payments on
f mediately.Tht aged Negro couple living on the house for about a year
Governor asked Agriculture Pine.Street In Starke receivedan I (something over $60 a month) I If you are new In the area, a phone
1)j1i ) JAMES DRURY Commissioner Doyle early Christmas "present" before "becoming discouragedand I
junfwvucmumYOUNG- Conner, chairman of the Cab when the scheduled sale of deciding to abandon( the call will bring you a prompt visit

IruAds. h inet's committee on prisons, heir home was delayed by I property.
a to make the Investigation.The court' action Monday. Considering his time, the from your local hostess. Please give,

COLOa Tallahassee reaction In a case that is typical of' amount of materials he pur- her a call! She has and
came after the Supreme Court chased himself, and ,the valueof maps many
i, ..'.. nepnYO, atwaNt7aMaan eMW page.et? weaaRs WARRIORS accused Raiford officials of "a I many home repair deals In lots memlbers of his
his ,
TECHNICClOKtPNOM WANNER..eoa-ssvaNARTa Y' I IIPM. his' area, they found themselves free and .wonderful gifts for you
of barbarism"In '
shocking display he had several
7ECHNICOIORPANA41310N ..:...... saddled with a $1,900 Family said I from local businesses.
; the handling of a prisoner thousand dollars invested In
PLUS ;;" promissory note secured by a
convicted of participating In I mortgage on their home in re- the: property which was sold I

,' -- I(" f." .... "'"",.... .... ,_ a In prison unsigned riot. order Issued turn for some work on their here Wednesday.
an
.l..r.' r..H'u' ,
'i-" "o7 HlIdUA : ). SUN., MON.\ TUES. DECEMBE R24, 25, 26 Monday, the court voided the front porch they thought was
: to cost about $450.
going
; ? : rb6t!? t i conviction of the prisoner,
-;.. )f Bennie Brooks, of Miami on When ,the Dommons quit
that'his confession making payments last:July, on

\ > ttj .-. rP ij. : I EIVl5 was grouitls made after he spent, 14 the advice of friends the finance '

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that had
.' sweatbox" company pur-
ej days In :a windowless
PORTABLE
\ ,
w chased the mortgage from the
'G. .
/ and was fed only a small
.. < '..", 1 -I I amount of contractor obtained a default
.. /l. : soup
I b1 BELTING OUT THAT of die
ty. 'i'm, Division of Corrections DI- Judgment ana sale prop '
.' k.. i!h WilD PRESLEY rector 'Louie Lee' Walnlwrlght' erty was set for Tuesday. I '
TYPEWRITER
", ; d'ifIi contended there was "nothing ;, '' ., 'J" about' Shaw, a Starke attorney Interested
; : Inhumane
t TUES., WED.. TIIURS. DEC. 26, 27, 28 'I / : t BEAT/ barbaric or: I
,.," /1" .. ,/ J'j1; ; his treatment. In stronger legislation -
Double Feature Program ., 1
.. 1.' t'M': ,; r' Prisoners are put in the to ,help protect homeowners -
""",':Iio' .: I. ,.!/ windowless cubicle "only as a from such deal, obtained -
t'" .-"" "',, ; ,,/ "'. the I
l' last resort and are given a hearing on projected -
; : 'i'I" !t enough nourishment to sustain sale and Judge George'''
.. ..a'6 J, ,III" _._' tI a.
:..j, .J them, Wainwright Bald L. Patten entered a stay order
M "; ,, Monday morning. I
STORY HOUR Further testimony will be I
la Warn IIMBAKIRAlE'f.GARDNER.LAVEN AT TIIK LIBRARY heard In. the matter before a 1
r [ "Peace and Understanding final decision Is made. Judge ,
Around the World" will be the Pattety said he will probably
theme for Story# Hour at the rule on Shaw's motion to va-
tu Produchon Public Library Ails afternoon' cate the default Judgment
; taelu+" TICHHmtlR'TEClINISCnPF @) (Thursday)' from' '3:30: to'4:19.: 'I some time In January. :

Inaxaleep Mln, Den No. 1 of Cub Pack 70 In his motion, Shaw de-
COLOR h Anolte will 'present a skit representing I scribed the defendants as poor

oar then children. .of many nations. UIIte1'atel'fegroes:' who were
A rANFInW 5II.M4 PnnDUC1IoN A U R eft M9 ReLrA9 '' I I the victims of glib promises w n li

A "tree trimming" will take by the contractor, and who /
PLUS WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY DECEMBER 27 2S,, place after the: presentation.All : '!" ': signed papers without knowing 1. !

children, age 6 through what they were signing. I
i invited to )In the 9'1) 3i,; ..fir re.
A VELY t ? are join Shell Home Sold 1
SORTof 3EATH MOM,..._. I I mot ,
In one of the two foreclosure 4 4ear aI
GEORGE HAMILTON JOSEPH COTTEN
J.raNww twddtesu ..PSYCHEDELICCOIOR la Tk. Coamtr Jnilm's Court In sales held Wednesday
taws, '' tj h MARIE LAFORET .- .\ And For BrniKoril. Count' FlorIda the home of Albert Tyson, Jr., -I, I Iahtamau.

""TeETENFONDA MAURICE EVANS JACK(OF DIAMONDS 11 PHOHtTR. No.' 1-IMT In Ole Pleasant Grove sectionon .
595,1N, I In K.., Eatatenf: < ,, SAMUEL Brownlee Road, was sold
4, STRASBERG "WDH MAINREWDIENCFI>IDR I METROCOUm: 1. )- ROSENBEfca: Oxttnneil' a/k/a SAM RO8KNHKRU to satisfy a 0027.36 mortgageand ;

I OIIaIM101MIr IMU mouim w irntu IICOMA' J I Notice Of riling' Final Returns note. N.
And Petition For Final Tyson, who hart already' F :
I Dltnharffe Of Executor Etc. I

-- -,," -- -- ...._, ,,-, have Notice filed Is my hereby final Klven returns that as I moved abandoned with his the wile horse and' four and I dp r n, t.+gnxalslo.oplM ?, ... N .
Executor 01 1 too ustftt of. Samuel children to not
Cocoa was
r Rohenberff, "deooased that 1
I have filed my petition for distribution present to bid at the Bile. The
FOR THE I and For final discharge property was bought in by,,
termination of aitmlnlHtratlnn.
and < ,
e
and that on Jan- Modern Homes Construction
nurv: 4, J9.8, lit 10:00: A. M o' Co. of Valdosl'a Oa.( the con-
y, 1 HOLIDAYSAHEAD clock, I Theron will apply,A Yawn' t.. the Judas Honorable tractors) for 6500. Big Shipment Remington Portables

I of the above Court, for appror-. Relatives of Tyson' sold' the
I al of .ald Final Return., and
Order." of Distribution' and for
s I Final Discharge as executor!: of I Just Received In Time For Christmas
the Will of Samuel ,Ro.en- / / Leon KosnntirricKXKL't'TOR l
I berg-, deceased, and for an order :
4t 11/81
11/30
Special Prices Good From Now Thru New Year'sJ. I terminating the administra -- I

In The Tnantr Jn..lj.'. Court orHrii
tionSTARKE 'VP XMAS SALE
Probate :Vo.
I In lie: Estate of Damnn Dell, Remington en-F or PRICE
J y
J. W. Dant Seagram's Ancient Age BUSINESS Deoeaned.NOTICE TO CREDITORS

i All creditors\ ot the estate of
Damon Dell, dauaasoil./ are. hereby "Featured in Full Page Ad in LIFE Magazine
I notified and required to rile
100 Proof Bourbon 7-Crown Reg.: $5.49SPECIAL DIRECTORY any claims or demands which I 7650
they may have avalnnt said estate
In the office of the County I LIST PRICE .
$86.50
I Judge of Bradford County Plus TaxA
Reg. $5.50 Reg. $5.25 $1.69SPECIAL I AUTO REPAIRS Florida, In the Court House at
Starke, Florida within six calendar ,
$1.96 months from date of the I
Earl's Garage; first publication ot this notice.

I ALL KINDS OF In Each writing claim and or demand must state must the ho beautiful machine In handsome zipper case Has/ tabulatorand
3 for 3 for 13.50 3 for 13.50Plus
13.96 I AUTO All Work REPAIR Guaranteed. WORK place address of residence of the claimant and post and office many other features of higher priced machines Choiceof

must be sworn to by the claimant oyster white or turquoise.
Plus Tax Plus Tax Tax Phone 9B4-7005 his agent or his attorney,
(II". Wttlnnt. !gt rfce or It will became void< according/ I

i AUTO SERVICE to ROBERT laws, Robert DELL Dell I


Calv! rt's Extra Old Stag ,! Gilbert S. Brown Kuvene EUGENE Executor Dell: F.F.deceased.of Shaw SHAW the Estate of Damon I Remington "St ream li ner,"' 'xMAS PRICE f SALE;

MANY OTHER Standard Oil Service Station 111 South Walnut Street

., 8 Yr. Old Bourbon I ATLAS Stark Attorney. Florida tot Executor List Price $58.00'' "
,Reg. $5.10 BRANDS TIRES BATTERIES NOV an 4t 101,1Ct666 5250
Reg. $4.81SPECIAL .Budget Terms-Road Service!
Phone M4-7071, Outstanding Value Among the Lower Priced ,
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