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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 28, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME EIGHTY-NINE STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. DEC. 28. 1967 NUMBER TWENTY-SEVEN


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Of PredictionThings :Ilelltlemn : as M a Termed Stupid ;:



stupid< statement, even U f
usually move slower than most, people wish Court did make It." said :j
and so it is with the $3.7 million in construction pro- Emory (Red) Cross of the

jects forecast for 1967.As t tl Suit Against Supreme In Court's the maximum charge \j

1968 draws nigh a major moved Into a new $221,000 ar- section of the Ral I
portion .of that still remalni mory. donating the old one on State Prison, ,
to be carried out. With the Temple Ave. to the city, upon Gainesville talwmaker/ I
new ;year IBM than a week their return from summer To Be the statement after a
away projects: completed total camp in August. legislative committee, of I
slightly leas than two million Also newly completed and he is a member, toured '
J1.968.40O. Just dedicated la the new $102.- The suit for damages facility Wednesday after
Biggest musing building 400 Area Civil Defense Build- Members of the nelort lpglnlirtura com- prlnon at Ralford listen to the onnfamlon" of dent against Bradford along with a horde of
which many people thought ing on Edward's Road. It mlttee to look Into charges of barbarism: at Inmate Benny W. Brooks. from which the newsmen. The tour was
and his
18 north Florida counties son, Deputy Dolph '
serves
least Di
would be at partially by Director of the -
and la one of three new the maximum security complex of the state charge sprang.! Circuit Court here on January
la the coun Louie Lee
Corrections
landing by now of
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ty's new million dollar court buildings of its kind in the The plaintiff Whitney Beale so the special
house. A vote In the May primaries state. Read III, ia- asking tor-$40.oo0 could get, a first
finally settled the question Not to be outdone, the City damages allegedly resulting look at what the high
of where the courthouse of Stark is In,the process of Gas Plant from hia' arrest by Deputy court termed' .. "shock-
would be built but the ote expanded its power plant to Reddish at Read's mobile home of barbarism which
American Legion alt still the tune of $6 OOOO. A $23 ,- last July 12. not the '
escape remedJ'I
stands vacant a* Architect 000 generator> of 1.7SO KW ..... -,-- In his suit Read charges court." I
Frank George still Is workingon capacity is already sitting on Road JobContracted ,., ..' that the deputy 'wrongfullyand Supreme Court last Mon-
plans for,, the structure. its foundation on Call Street unlawfully assaulted and Dec. 18, made the charge
School construction Is alwc and the new building Is goingup -'I1 beat:" him while placing him the riot convic
proceeding slower than th around It; The facility under arrest for voluntary in- of inmate !Benny W.
predicted $loG million predictedfor should completed ,In.March: 23, who was found
1967 but a new, middle or ApriL __ along with seven other
school, the second phaae of the 'The city financed the expansion i iI Money Flowed Inmates of rioting at the
vo-tech center and a new high with a $<<10,000.bond- program Contract. for paving the I on May 27, 1865. The'
school are still on the horizon. Brooker hydrocarbons road ( court refused to allow a
Total shoot construction Only project not put up with was' one of 23 let last' Thursday From ShoppersChristmas Brooks made to
when the rebuilding program U publtq money: la' Ute Owen- iDeo. 21. in Tallahassee as t .in ,the riot while
finally completed will be Joist plant on Lincoln Road the State Road Department .i .. shopping In"Stark In a disciplinary con
rotinS.'MMLnnfllfiMfctf; which south of Stark. The,,new steel opened bids 'totaling' $15.250- was tremendous according to cell In the maximum
$1857.000 was completed during plant Went into operation' July 16 It.1. a survey of local merchants section of, the prison. I
961. 13 with eight' employees' and Inw1at? local officials terma ii ..' ... made by Chamber of Commerce had been in the bare eel}
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School buddings completed now has 44 on the.payroll.' raremove the SRD let the ,- 1-----'' : office no winttows, bed or lava
during '67 were a new $100,000field Only road paving completedin contract on the hydrocarbons This .Is a typical cell In the maximum security complex Disciplinary "I never saw so many $20 for 12 days when the
house at Bradford High,, the county during 1967 wasa road, (SR-233 and SR-231)) its cells In other wings< lacked Home or all the above luxiirlnrn :- bills in my life," on long- was made, Director I
an $187,000 Hampton Elemen. mile of the Lincoln City entire length of 11.8 miles ,such .n a lavatory, rommmlr, bunk, chnrt of drawers, win time clothing' merchants aid of eald Wednesday.
tary school, a $152,000 Brook-' road to the new steel plant through Alachua. Bradford, lathe the Christmas rush. Wainwright said the
from SR-10O at a cost of $99, dow and a direct exit Into a hall. A worker In the kitchen
er Junior High School $383.- and Union Counties\ for a con- Chamber' Manager Pete No- used only for the worst
,000 for Phase I of the Brad- 272.Three tract totaling 1233415.:! Low maximum security section occupied. this cell. vak said Wednesday he had canes In the prison, la
ford-Union Area Vocational. other road projects tt (bidder was V.. E. Whltehurst not talked to every merchant shown In the "Hand-
Technical Center:' and a $35.000 was thought would be completed and Sons of Wllliston. but neither hakl he talked to a of Institutional! Design
renovation of A-Building at by 19M.are still to be (County Commissioner Zedra Motel Thieves Still SoughtNo Ingle. one who was not satisfied Construction" published
Bradford High.Proqects started. Hamilton,] present at the let with his Dec rnlber sales. U.S. Bureau of Prisons.
completed prior to Contract on the Broker hYdrocarbons ting In Tallahassee\' said a "Great," Tremendous" Were' (bare, the disciplinary
1967 were neW schools at Law- was Just let last breakdown of county-foy-county trace has yet been foundof About $500: in furnishings including used by far the greater portion cells have a com-
tey Junior High and Junior High at Lawtey and Department All 11.8 miles In Approximately. five miles of aa a minister, who stripped taken from the Sleepy Hollow. No figures of sales were and which are flushed by ;
major additions to Starke and Alachua Bradford and Union the road will' be in Bradford of .Five' television sets and oth- available but one merchant officer outside the cell
Schools. will be cost of rooms, In two local motels In! luxury and gift and Illuminated by
Southslde Elementary paved at a $1- County., The County Commls- worth $700 were dealing air
Set In. the near future Is a 233,413 by V. 'E. Whltehurst alon has borrowed $500,000 furnishings valued at approxbmately er equipment Items said his sales were up cent light. Disci
$400,000 new middle school for and Bone. against its secondary road fund $1,200 Wednesday. Dec., taken from five rooms In the 10 to 15 per cent. over 1B63. cases are confined In the
grades 6-8 adjacent to the vo- Bradford County: has sold to pave the road to primary 20. .- Underwood, tha-deputy report. "I'm, real happy," one jetwel- \ : with only a pair of cov
tech center on the otd' Conway $:sGO.ooo'ln revenue certificates specifications to accommodate Driving, a stolen late model ed. er said "If anybody In Starke Monday."A, shower slides, and one
Airport. Stin further away is against its seconldary road 'heavy semi-trucks and trailers Cadillac. the pair checked Info Reddish described the thefts Is nt happy with his sales now .
renovation of old C-Qulldlng' at funda to finance its 8.3 miles going to the gas plant. the Sleepy, Hollow Motel ,,..as "a very profeswional type I don't know who It Is." are kept there for
BHS' or Its demise to make of the Joint project. Funds to build Bradford's around 1:13 am.: and moved It is difficult to measure 0."A ,periods of time, and
way for a new high school. Still In the process of !being portion of the road have .been north to the Underwood Motel operation but fairly common" ,how much the warm weather back into other sec
Just completed Is a $67,000 purchased: is right-of-way' to borrowed nearly two years. around 3.30'a.m. 'Deputy Sheriff ( Similarcaaes' have been,.Ie- affected winter clothing sales of the maximum: security
agriculture complex at the widen and repave SR-16 from The project was one of' the Dolph Reddish said even ported by Alachua County but at least one clothing, store aa soon as their be-
county fairground on. north U.S. 301 to the Clay (County first Commlrtsloner Hamilton, Christmas decorations were authorities.,and \ the Sheriffs reported being packed. and 'and attitude warrants,
Temple Ave. County Agent line at an expected cost of elected from the Brooker dlst taken from the six rooms ransacked Office here thinks the same said "I don't know where they said.
George Hugging and his staff $70,000. The atate has chargeof t Continued on Page S'xl men have'been. involved.. all came from." Commissioner"'
plan to be ready for business that project however. Conner. who arranged )
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by Jan. 2. Santa. Fe Lake reMdenta 'tour\ along with Wain-
Also completed Is a county are still! waiting to we the Is chairman of the cab-
maintenance hop which wenton county's only secondary road Library Move Still Under; Study/ By Boards committee on corrections.
the back aide of the Amen project expected to lie com : told newsmen that his
ican Legion-Carl FJtch. site on pleted any ems Boon- approximately is "anxious neither
which the courthouse will be four miles of hard. anything or to emipha-
built. It cost around $30,000. I Continued on Page 81x1) City and county officials are spokesman for the Library Walnut Street to the corner.of $100 per month rent could be
Both buildings' were constructed studying a proposal to move Board and has presented the Call and Walnut. applied toward' a mortgage.; / have many things to do
by Truest Construction Co. the Starke-Bradford ,County idea to the County Commission. The building which has been/ But the move would require and corrections 1 la
Edwands Road also has anew Woman Shot Public Library Into the former vacant since the Florida/Bank additional rN+les from the of them" Conner stated.
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look since two new build Florida Bank at Starke build! It Is estimated' renovationwill tmoved Into a new buildingon''Jefferson county commission and no said that 12 to
Ings went up during 1967. The By Husband ing. coat from I5.OOO to $8,000. Street eight 'yean word has yet come from that ago Florida's prison
local national guard unit City Councilman p T.' Nolin Nolin has said he, will have ago was priced'at the time at quarter. was rated In the lower
la spearheading' the project more definite figures after, .$8 .000., But library' \ board Working out details of the cent In the country but
In QuarrelA which was brought 'to the further ,study. members have told the council Idea along with Nolan are Is In the top 10 per cent.
JOIN council's attention several It would 1>e Just a move the building baa been'offered Councilman Nell Tucker and the Division of Correc
39-year-oldl Starke man. weeks ,ago by the Library down the- street from present i:to. them for $10.OOO. Investigation Commissioners Zedra Hamiltonand was established' by the
THE MARCHOF Edward Harrison'crews has Board (Noils, ham acted 'as ,library quarters at 132 Souta of the move has been un- J. M. Norman and the In 1957 the state
DIMES been charted here with assault der way since. Library BoardCouncilman made steady improvement
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with Intent n murder -- '- '" A 'mezzanine floor new Noun reported *
30TH .ANNIVERSARY his wile, Evelyn H. crews. M. lighting, floor tile, and an. on his study< of the renovation 40 or more strong,
FUND DRIVBStarting The shoOtlnatook place atr-condlttonlnfiT system would costs Jut week and said there. Inmate Brooks back In
Wednesday. Dee. 20. about have to !be installed in the old la a possibility federal fuM disciplinary! detention "cell
9:18: at the couple's home on building. The second floor may be available' for the proj- section Wednesday the
East Weldon Street, according would give 3.4OO square feet ect.He wing he occupied from
In JanuaryYou to Deputies Robert Oreen and compared to' 2,800 in the present said If renovated under 27 to June 30. 1069 when
Ashley Brown of the Bradford library quarters Councilman present plans' the building confession was obtained.
contributions will Sheriff's Qftfice. The deputies NOUn; says. would 'provide about 20 per officials claimed that
help support treatment said the shooting happenedas Main object ,of the move cent more space than i present aa. Brooks learned
the result of. domestic would be ,to-give", the library facilities. There Is also thAt new media Would
centers for children quarreL permanent' quarters and eventually 20 feet back of the old bankbuilding the prison he began ef
born with defects. Mrs. Crews was reported in end the.flOO; per month that could be taken to be placed in the spe
-- good condition: Tuesday. Dec. rental .the -city. is presently In at a future date. detention wing. '
:M. In the Jacksonville Naval VIl paying The county 'commission. Parking space for the library '. exactly: what be
Thl Space Contributed Afar Station hospital according. l r l t1 t1'It t1e .- however* contributes by patrons has been dls- ," officials said whoa I
Weekly to Publicize to the deputies. She was reported far the major portion of the ouased, 'but proponents of the crowtfad into the.lll&1'oo I
Events by, in serious\ condition library' budget with a $13,000 corridor In front 'i, of
Community last Wednesday after being appropriation., old bank contend there would cell to Interview bum
The CommunityState shot once (In the right part of t 'Main' obstacle in purchasing 1 be aa much space at the pro- was anxtouu to talk;,
her cheat with ..32-callbor ,
the old bank "building1" 'is the posed location aa there is at the media that after
Bank pistol. Mrs. Crews was takento the present one. riot there were jbree j
renovationwith
coat and
purchase:
the Bradford County Hospital placed b\ the dctonOoo
Accounts now Insured but was transferred to estimates running from Noun said he will present like he occupied. I
t 4 up to $15,000 by the NAB ho pit.aL The vacancy sign may soon be removed from the old Florida $16,000 Co $20,000. Several further Information !soon after official. said the M
Federal Deposit Insurance Crews la In the Bradford Book at Starke building on the corner of Walnut and CallBtrrrts comments have ben made at the study he Is making Is com- cell were planned for i
j Corp." County Jadl with bond set at If the county library In moved there. Rut I it will take council meetings' that the city's plete. use not for the 99
$3.000 by County Judge. T.. A. ( :. On Page Six : ''
Yawn. 910,000 to boy the building( and 3,000 to 98,000 to renovate It. ? ), :: r I,I




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DEC. 28. 1961w !
1 Par Two BKAUFOKU COUNTY TKXICOKAJMl. STAKKK.!: FLORIDA THURSDAY,
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!IMP. and Mrs. T. H. Slade /Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Hug- Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Wood- Local admittances to Brad Mr. and Mrs. Harold Spongier -
will return today from a weeks gins of orange Park, and Mr. burn and daughter, Candy, ford County" Hospital this of Stone Mountain, Oa. p.m.The saw was under the din
visit with their son-in-law and and Mrs. D. L. McRae of spent Monday with their son- week inclUde: Don Newmans, were Tuesday visitors of MaJ. ing table and the house was tfj"-; '
daughter' Mr. and Mrs. Mike Jacksonville were Christmasday in-law and daughter, Mr. and Tonda Jean Moody Truby and Mr*. V. J. Spengler. not entered forcibly, accordingta. res incetowisv.rrce

O'Brien and sons In Winchester guests of !t'nelr: parents Mrs. Keith: Reeves and sons in Rowe, Mrs Janie Courtney,. ? ra.liariy.Mooty was called. Deputy Sheriff Dolph Red- reuuw,. ro.crro WraN."
Va. Mr. and Mrs George Huggins. Winter Park. Candy remained One Wiggins, Mrs. Mary to Lake Worth Monday of last ,- ouunr.0.. .. ...'......._. uuq....
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.Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson Mr an Mrs. L. H. Goldsmith! with the Reeves for -several Smltbv Mrs. Sadie Kelly, Mrs. week by the ..sudden death of dish.The saw was two months oldand :.) -:" w.uw rw wie, ?
GLADYS MOOTY. had as Christmas weekend of Warner Robbing, Ga. are day visit.Mra. Minnie Redgrave, George Eider teefopfather. C. A. Sartborn., valued at $300. '.:, ..-.
Phone 961-7C03. guests Misses Elizabeth Lawson visiting Mrs. E. F. Miles this L. H. Gibson is visitingher Mrs Lily Ann, Johns, Dark! Mrs. Mooty brought her mother -' I I IBetter

and Mary Deley of Riviera week. mother, Mrs. A. J. Peter Grlffis and Mrs Annette Bowen I Mrs, Sanborn home with (Home Furniture C

ivlrs. E. F. Miles. spoilt the Rick Hood who has been Beach Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mathewsand son in Macom'b.'' 111. from all of Starke; Mrs. Edna: her; on Thursday to visit 702 OS 1200 S. Edgewooil: Ave
1ft holiday weekend with :Mr. and home the past eight days Morar of Panama City, Mr. Mrs. Leighton Hood of Tuesday fo! Sunday I Strawn of Melrose; Raleigh through New Years I
Mrs. Betty MUes in Macclenny. after: completing basic train- and Mrs. Joe Jordan of Lake Palatka were Tuesday Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields Ziko and James Kuyk.n all of I R. P. Turner of Marshall- Jacksonville! Florida 3211NASWORTHY'S !
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ing at Great Lakes Naval Sta- City, and Bud Lawson of visitors of Mr. and Mrs W. E. ind sons of Jacksonville were Keystone Heights; Mrs. Joyce vllle, Oa. 1* vlsltlnfg John Adams tG66
Christmas Cards at half tion, left Wednesday for a Marlon, S. C. Dowllng. visiting Mr. J. H. Field on Starling* and Miss Debra In- I : thus week. i
price at Bullbigtons. week's visit with friends in Judge George L. Patten Mr and Mrs. Billy Dealingof Sunday.Mr. klebarger of Brooker; Mrs Muss Janelle Pollard of Hat-II

:Byron TerwUlegwr! left Wed- Charlotte and Raleigh, N. C. spent Christmas weekend In Jacksonville were Wednes- aryl Mrs. H. J. Waters .Minni Johns of Hampton I tl iWul'.,..atlsnu, ,.,, orau vjy of "
neaday to upend a week with before repoting for duty on Tallahassee! with his son-in-law) day visitors of Mr. and Mrs.L. and family of Tallahassee< Mrs. Dorothy Starling of Graham ; Starke, Is.. holiday' visitor of
Mf. and :Mrs. Jesse Franklin Jan. 3 at Newport. R. I. and Daughter! Mr. and Mrs. D. Green and family. Mrs. Bessie! Faxon and daughter. ; and Mrs. Janet Starling ;:,Miss Sandra.< ..Register* '.

I Cleveland and children.:: Kathy Mr. and Mrs.\ and Arthur'in Spartanfcurg. ton and daughter of Norfolk, Mr. and Mrs. Garl! Mathewsspent Starke, Mri and Mrs. David W. E. Faxon of Gainesville Sister Irene Francis, S. S. J. fill have ,had,aa ;vblltol'" during'
S.C. While there he will attend Va will arrive Saturday to. Christmas day with Mr. Moore of Jacksonville, and were holiday guests of :Mrs.: of Jensen Beach- and Mill the holidays' Mr. and' Mr.
the 1987 presentation of spend several weeks with their and Mrs. Bruce Mathews and Mrs Fred Moore of Lawtey Vergle Flyn.n. Douglas Waters Ann Crawley, a student! of et I Mike MaYUea of: Murray, !(y., 13th Month
Debutantes of the Spartan- parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. family in Gainesville attended( the10th/ wedding remained with his aunt, Mrs. Joseph's Academy, St?. Augustine Mr, and Mrs. James Biggs of I
burg Assembly.Mr. Strickland and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Crosby, who was anniversary of Mr. and Mrs C. Flynn this week. are holiday guests ol Marion, Ky.,. and Mr. and Mrs I
and ){ra. K. O. Duncan Ellis Thornton. seriously injured in an automobile Y. Mayo In Tampa on Wednes- Mrs. J. R. Kite spent Frl- their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Leslie Adams of Lake City
II and Miss Margaret Duncan Mr. and Mrs. James Otto of accident In Jackson- day. :fay to Monday with her nep- T. Crawley of Klngsley. Lake Mrs. Anthony Caruso and
were visiting Mr; and Mrs. K. St. Petersburg were weekend vile on Oct. 3. and who has, Mra.! J. W. Klncaid nd Mrs hew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. R.1IIIM1l daughter: and MIT and Mrs Albert -i Discount
T. Duncan and family In West guests of Mrs. L. A. Canova been confined In St. Vincent'sHospital O. L. Beasley spent the holiday Ralph Collins, in Pellum, Ga. Norman and Mr. and Mrs. D. Stefanelll and sons of
Point Oa. over the Christmas and family.Mr. is now convalescing weekend with Mr. and Mrs C. and with her sister Mrs B. F. N. Denmark Sr. of' Jackson Jacksonville ,

holidays.Mr. and Mrs. Jacx Trawick I at home. C. Hoppe In Tampa. Dollar, in Cairo, Ga. ville toured South Florida over
I Mr. and Mra. Ole Lauritsen
had Christmas Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Curtis G. Sanders James McNeeley of Brunswick the weekend. :
: and Mrs. Shi Smith had as guests $300 Chain Saw '
of New Port Richy spent Sun-
H. D. Trawick of Tallhassee, Jr. and son are vlslt'lngMr !: Ga. was Friday to Tues- :Mr. anel Mr. Lamar Wil-
at their
as holiday guests
home on Crosby Lake: Mr Donna' Trnwlck of Tampa. Dr. flay with Mr. and Mrs. E. O. ; and Mrs. Sanders/ Sr. In day guest of Mr and Mrs. llama/. of West Lake Wales are Reported Stolen SALEI

and Mrs. Wlllla Dyal. Mrs. and Mrs. John Dunkle of Patz.Christmas Cards at I Spartanburg, S. C. for several Herbert Thomas and daughter visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edwin, 1
now
Faye Olll and Mr. and Mrs Galnesvil'e, and Col.! and Mrs. days. Kathleen. Williams on Wednesday and |IA grand larceny complaint
half at Bufington's.Holiday
Loll Chaff of starke: Pat Grady Cooper of Daytona price of andMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs I, C. T. Wade, who had. been Thursday. by Wllll Banks,, 911 ..Florida
Thornton of Jacksonville: Mrs. Beach. Mrs. H. D. Trawlck remained guests Mr. W. B. Mundy and Miss Jean confined in Bradford County Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hall Jr. Street I ImReno. l is being Inves- Sat. Mon. Only
Pearl Smith of Hawthorne; for several days. i and Mr.Barney and Mrs.McRae A.and H. Harm Mrs. Mundy were gueats.of Mr. and Hopital for three weeks before and daughters, Mrs. Hattk tigated by the Bradford Sher-I ., Fri., ,

Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Bourgeois( Mr. and Mrs. George l<:ope. Mrs. Keith Gllllngham In Jacksonville being transferred to Riverside Bracewell, Chris Bracewell and iff's Office.
ley Jr. were Mr. and ,Mrs AI]
of Gainesville: Mr. and Mrs.' IOU.HOS were visiting Mr. and Harley of Merritt Island and over the holidays.Mr. Hospital two weeks ago for Mrs Doris Conway and son, Banks has signed a complaint -: We Must Reduce Our Stock

;Gary HUdebran and son of: Mrs John Kopelousoa and 'Dr. and Mrs. Barney McRae of and Mrs. Charles Parsons surgery, is convalescing at the Marvin of Gainesville, were that hia Homellte chainsaw
of Glen Falls, N. Y. were home of his daughter, Mrs. Christmas day visitors of Mr. Serial No. 2543450/ was
Daytona Beach! Mr. and Mrs. daughters in Birmingham. '
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Lake City and their children.Mr. i of Jan.
Before First Inventory
Shi Smith Jr. and family of: Ala- during the holidays. The guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Betty Register. and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin Jr. :stolen from his.1' home Saturday -
and Glen Conner
New Orleans, La., And Mr. and John Kopelousos family wll and family Mrs.of Orlando *revisiting B. Terwlllegar and family sev- Mrs. Melts Smith and children Mr. and Mrs. W. N. BarrySr. night Pec.) '23-around 10 '
to eral days last week while en- of Eabeahausen. Germany W. N. Barry Jr., and Mr.
Mra. Sammy Warren of At- /arrive today npend the Mr. and Mrs. Barney SERVICE SCHEDULE: !
lanta. weekend with their parents, route to St. Petersburg Beach. arrived Wednesday for and Mr.. Robert J. Barry of BIG DISCOUNTS
crnvRClf.3tarke .
McRae and Mr. and Mrs. Leon -ST. EDWARD'S
Mrs. C. extended visit with her
Henrietta Hunt. an aIM Misses Beverly
Mrs. N ,
berry .
Mr. and Mrs.!! George Kopelou- Conner from Tuesday to. Thurs- -
Mrs. Irene Johns parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Verse and
D. Williams Patterson, Karen
son; and Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
THE BRADFORD I Walnwrljfht. day.Mrs.. Nancy Gunter of Eau and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green Thomas. Terry Barry of Gainesville Sunday Moss: 9:15: a. m. ST08EWIDE;
visit Mrs. L. B. Dees In Freeman Register III, who day guests of
COUNTY TELEGRAPH will Christmas 8:30 m.
were Thursday Mass, : p.
and bother- '
Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green Gallle is visiting her
I was elected Senator of the
Friday.Mr. ) Mrs. A. J. Barry.SA .
Mayo on Dr. and Miraculous Medal Novena:
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis SandersJr. In-law and sIster, Mr. and
Published every Thursday Stefan- student body at Athena Col- PAY MORE?
Mrs. Henry
and WHY
John Spengler of the Na- Saturday, 7 p. m.
hud' as Christmas day Mrs. Robbie Shaper this week.
1M Athens is
at W. Cau St.. Mrs. James Bigg ,ege, Ala. recently, and 7
elli and London Confessions 5 m
of val Submarine Base New : p.
guests Mr. and Mrs.l.ex Green Dr Patricia McLendon ,
Stark, Fla. 22O91 with Mr. home for three weeks hoLIday.
Jr. and children of Gainesville Bock Hip S.C. Is spending the spent Christmas day Stefanelll Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Barn- Conn. is home on leave m. I We have one of (the Best TV Technicians in this
Second class postage paidat and Dr. William H holidays with Mrs. W. B. and Mrs. Raymond hart of Miami spent Sunday until December 29. I 8T. WILLIAM'S CHURCH, pection.

Starke, 'Fla. Green of Washington, D. C. Mundy and Miss Jean Mundy. in Ocala. and Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sanders Keystone Heights. I
Bates Mr. and Mrs. George John- Dr. McLendon and Miss Mun Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Stokes Va. Sunday Mass: 9 a. m.
Subscription : Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Loudon.Mr. of Falls Church, were
son and Mr. and Mrs. Jim dy are spending this week In had! as Christmas guests and Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. An- Friday to Monday guests of Wednesday: Mass and No- C. H. Nasworthy FurnitureAnd
In trade ire: $4.00 per Garner and daughter Joan of Key West. and Mrs. Carl Byrd, Mr. drews and Mr. and Mrs. Larry :Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews. vena, 7 p. m.MARY'S. :
year;; 2.25: ,six month.. Jacksonville, and Mrs. Charlie Mr. and Mrs. Levy Canova Mrs. Jasper Bird, Mr. and Mis Mardis of and is -ST. CHURCH.
Mr. Jacksonville Miss Jane Adams visiting
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of Jacksonville' Fowler of Starke, Maocl nny. Appliances
Stevenson of Greenville S. C. and family Larry
Outside trade area: $4.00 Mr and Mrs. Edward: Davis Miss: Janice Vickers in Brunswick ,
were Sunday and Monday spent the holiday at their and Mrs. Charles Williamson Sunday Mass: 11:30: a. m.
per year; $9.00! six months Fowler and daughter of OalnesvilU Ga. for several days.
: guests of Mr. and Mrs. CharlesSawyer. cottage on Kingsley Lake. Mr. and. Mrs. Dewey IMr I -.
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Hampton, and Mrs. Lyle H.,, Bad
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IC..L MatUiwn, editor and Pvt. Jimmy DoWling of Forf and Earl Rhodea Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby.
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; publlidur! I Holablrd' Md. and PFC Billy Mr. and Mrs. Ed Polk and Mr. Mr and Mrs. Milton Hart- and family and Palatka Mra. MargaretKirkland Sun- .Pal
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r A Clamilllea ut m the TELJB- Dowling of Fort Sill, Okla. Ronald Polk of Brooker sell of Daytona. Beach were
antMr. day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. H '
GRAPH bring rcwults. were home Christmas week. Eunice Fales of Tampa Christmas day visitors. of her .
Thedo Box of M. Rlcharde. The Rlchardes
and Mm .
.. father Dr. l". E. Bollinger, visited the Bucks in Palatka' 1 1I'
Lalwtey. and Dr. and Mrs. H O. Bol-
;' Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave, Mrs. on Christmas", day.
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'r- .. : o ... .' Shellle Gerle, and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Crosby H. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Spenglerof
CIV\J\: .. Mrs. M. C. Wells spent the Daw kins and daughters of St. Augustine were Satur-
\\ weekend with Mr. and Mrs Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs day to Wednesday visitors of

I HI' Charlie Parker in Cocoa. W. B: Boyd and sons of st. Major arid Mrs. V. J. Spengler.
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Capt. and Mrs. R. F. Ritch Petersburg were weekend Friends of Mrs. Virginia
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:; visitors of his mother, and Mrs. W. H. Nollman erly of here will be Interestedto
F1ee: /l1u+ Mrs. Hazel Rltch.MRnnd Joining them on ChristmasEve learn that she was 'united in 1
i Enjoy fOur Buffet : ..Mrs. J. B. Burnhamof '-were'IMMI'! Dorothy Nell marriage to Ulmer Crostoyof

- .,, ,............ Largo! were visiting Mrs. Grant and four sons of Gain- Atlanta. Ga. on Wednesday
--" 'io"..;,0.* -' Served Daily Pearl Edwards over the week- esville. Dec. 20, In the First Baptist

Mrs. Alma Hough Is spend- Church chapel in Valdosta. A
We have more special preparations just to please you and your family end.Miss Suzanne Judd of Atlanta ing the holidays with her stepdaughter wedding< luncheonwas held in I'

during the holidays! I'n 1 Ga. was visiting her par- Mrs. Lena Andrews, Ashley Oaks !Restaurant In ;
f 11I7t.. j1, I I I"" en!'., Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Judd. in Orlando.Mr. Valdosta folowiru' t'ne cere
it' r I lv" over the weekend. and Mrs. E. H. Fulling mony. Mr. and Mrs. Crosby! I', 'I

, Lunch Buffet ,I. !it Dinner Buffet Mr!!. Rajph, Kazarian and of Bronxvllle, N. Y. were visIting are residing in Valdosta until ,

: 11:00: a.m. to 2:00 p.m.l: f 4 5:00:() p.m. to 9:00: p.m. daughter of Orlando visited her their cousin, Mrs. C. F. the end of the school term, i
7:. i parents, Sen. and Mrs. Charley Ward, on Tuesday of last I when they will move to At-

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I THURSDAY, DEC ::28. 1907 BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEORAPIT., !8TARKB.! I"LOKml'" Section 1 Face< Thred
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,I I I I II I Methodist Students I National Guard f Methodist ChoirIs I

II I [T : : Feted At CoffeeThe Christmas Party | Entertained


a, Methodist WSCS, under The Post Fund Christmas The Method ChancelChoir
Mis O. W White Jr., sec- party for the National Guard I and their husbands and
rM retary of campus ministry, employees and their families wives enjoyed a Christmas
GLADYS MOOTY entertained at a Coffee Sun- of Camp Blandlng was held dinner in the Pecan Room of
.. day morning from 10 to at the Enlisted. Men's Club I the Garden Restaurant last
Phone
964-7C08
r 10:45: in Fellowship Hall!, pre. last Friday night. Thursday night as guests of
,A ceding church service honorIng The club was decorated in the Fast Methodist Church.
Py y J the college students and I the holl.daya.plrlt with a huge The U-shaped dining table
0A4J service men who are home for Christmas tree in one end of carried out the Christmas
Mr. and Mrs White the holidays. the club room, and the balcony theme In the table appoint-

Hosts For Koch's The coffee table was covered was strung! with tinsel. ments with red tapers 4 also
with a white damask cloth Approximately 225 enjoyedthe placed at Intervals down the

Mr. and Mrs. O W. White I I with green" felt Christmas affair and the children length.
Jr. entertained the Koch's trees at the four corners. were presented with gifts. Among the 28 guests attending -

Drug Store taU and their Centering the table was a red, were Rev. and Mrs. V.
husbands and wives at a green and sliver Christmas ar- I Student Day Set J. Ragsdale and son Dural,
Christmas dinner in the Pe- 'egli. rangement. and Dr. and Mrs. Daniel
can Room of the Garden Restaurant Assisting Mrs\,. White were Student Recognition Day Ragsdale. Dr. Ragsdale enter
on Sunday, Dec. 17. Mrs. H H. 'Adams, Mrs. Jack will be observed at the 11 a. tained the group with a piano
t 'ryxr ,' McComb, Mrs Foster Shi solo and song.StricklandScott.
A red and green color m. service on Sunday at the

scheme was carried out In the ,,4 .:yre Smith. Mrs. George Hugglita First_ _._. _Methodist n ___ ___n Church._____ __. All "
appointments on the Ushaped and Mrs W. B. Thompson college students and service *
table The head table held I Jr. Assisting in the kitchen men are Invited to attend.
an arrangement of three red were members of the Metho- Mrs. Fede Strickland of
candles, and reindeer inter- dist Women's Sunday school Junior Club Starke and Reese Scott of
class. Camp Blandlng were united In
with silver
spersed greenery and ,
balls. Will Meet Jan. 4 marriage on Saturday, Dec.

Among the 30 attendingwas Miss Vicki Frees Becomes Bride 4 ,4 Andrews Drug 23, in Georgia
i: "A Look at Foreign Land. ,"
J.: .' Miss Elisa Rellka, ex-I After a short wedding trip
'' l"b.t.. i, change student from Finland. Of Mr. Powell In St. Mark's ChurchMiss Employees Feted under: the chairmanship of In Tennessee the couple will
Mrs. D. W wUl be
Whlffen.
;.If''' ,, .,:: Gifts were exchanged following Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Andrewswere reside at the Scott home at
the dinner.In Vicki Charlene Frees, candles balls of white net presented un the program at
I II hosts at Christmas din- Camp Bland ing.
Carol Reinhardt daughter of Vic Flees and with red. balls and green net. I a the Junior Woman's Club
ner in the Pecan Room
party
Mrs. Philip F" Hoffman, and Standing In the receivingline : meeting on Thursday Jan. 4,
...Weds Mr. Trekell the Murray Hill Baptist William Clarendon Powell III. were the bride and groom Miss Mary Regina Harrell Weds I of the Garden Restaurant' at 8 p. m. at the club house. Recent Births
Tuesday of week for'I
night last
Church. Rev. Gene Watterson son of W. C. Powell Jr. of and the bridal attendants. I Hostesses wll be Mrs Charles
Miss Carol Elaine Reinhardt officiated. at the ceremony. Starke and Mrs. Mary B. Miss Sue Sheads and Diane Robert E. Parrish In Brooker ChurchMiss the Andrews' Drug Store staff Sawyer and Mis. Oilffla' Mil Bradford County Hospital
I daughter of Mr and The bride is the niece of Porch of Miami Beach, were Dolan of Fort Lauderdale, cut and their husbands and wives. ler. announces the following
j Mrs. William A. Reinhardt Jacksonville, became the bride daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ouy Walter was centered with a garland of Mr. and Mrs. William Edward -
j kina in Parrish
of Lawtey.For Dec. :21, at 7:30: p. m. at the punch bowl were Miss Roland Par- will meet; at 7 p. m. at the
of Judge John Tolbert Han'ell of Biooker, and Robi holly and the head table helda Starling Graham a
TrekeB. her wedding, the bride St. Mark's Episcopal Church. Cheryle Hartison of Daytona rish and Fred Cunningham. club house, preceding the regular -
son of Mr and Mrs. John E. chose an empire/ sheath of Rev R E. Mac Blain performed Beach and, Mrs. Harriet ert Ellis Parrish, son of Mr. Following the ceremony, a holly Christmas tree. meeting.Barksdale. daughter, Kristy Elisabeth
Trekell of st. Augustine pn white satin re-emibroldered the nuptials. Johns. Miss Brenda Williams and Mrs R. E. Parrish of reception was held In the The 18 attending exchanged. Dec. 24.
Saturday. Dec. 2. at 7:30 p. m. Alencon lace featuring long Decorating the altar were kept the bride's book. Lake Butler, were united in Brooker Community Center, gifts at the end of the dinner Mr. and! Mrs. Freddie Lee
sleeves and oval neckline. The two arrangements of carnations After a weddntg trip to Miami marriage at 7:30: p. m Saturday where guests were greeted! at and bonuses were received. Home Starling.: Brooker a son. Bry-

hemline and sleeves were bordered mums, and gladioli, fern Beach the couple will reside Nov. 25, In the Brooker the door by Mrs. Charles Per- Scene Of Party, an Keith Dec. 26.
I in Alencon lace, A train trees, altar candles and four at 319 W. Washington Baptist Church Rev James L. ry of Gainesville, and presen- UDC To Meet
I was accented at the waistlineby candelabrum with burning, Street. Starke. The bride Temple performed the cere ted to the receiving line. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- STORY HOUR
a band:, of seed pearls and tapers. traveled. In a long sleeve white I, mony. Mrs. Olen Parrish and Mrs. The W T. Weeks"chapter, dale entertained. employees: of AT TilE LIBRARY i
I lace. Her fingertip veil of illusion Mrs. Levy Canova. organist, knit dress with Navy blue The church was decorated Walter Parrlah cut the wedding UDC will meet> Wednesday, the Florida Theatre and 301 "That Elephant's Wlnh" will I
was attached to a pill played. nuptial music as the chord trim on the curl and with palms and two green cake, and Mrs Fred Jan. 3, at 3:30: p. m. at. the Drive-In at a Christmas. party 't>8 the theme for Story Hourat
box of Alencon lace encrusted i spiral trees on either side of Cunningham the bride's home of Mrs. W H. Mailman!
guests gathered and accompanied bodice. kept Wednesday night Dec. 20. at the Public- Library thin.
with seed. pearls, and she car- Mrs. Paul Canova The bride will graduate the altar, featuring one large book. with Mrs. E. K. Perryman and their home on West Madison Thursday afternoon from 3:SO I
basket of Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. as, co-hos
chrysanthemums
reld a bouquet of feathered soloist. from the University of FloridaIn I Mrs and Mrs. Parrish are tesses. Street to 4:13.: Mime Kathy Tetaton i
I carnations, stephanotis, and W. H. Johns served. as best June 1968 and Is tnterlng and gladioli and six candelabras residing at Dukes, in Union The refreshment table In and Susan Scogglna. will be the
an orchid. man and the ushers were Bish at Starke Elementary School. ,I holding forty-eight burning County after a wedding trip the dining room was coveted storytellers. All children, 6 I
Ask Miss.! Rhonda S. Reinhardt, Bishop and Charley Torode. :Mr. Powell is employed at tapers. The family pews to South Florida. Mr. Parrish Executive BoardThe with a white lace cloth and through 9, are Invited to at-
the bride's sister, was maid of Miss Kathy Frees attendedher Holiday Inn In Starke. I, were marked with white satin Is employed at the new FlorIda centered, with an arrangementof I tend.
executive board the
honor. Bridesmaids were Miss sister as maid of honor. ribbons and white chrysanthe Prison Reception and of red poinsettias and holly.
CharleyJohns Sherry Renfrew, Miss Lynn She was attired In a red vel- Bridal Shower mums. Medical Center near Luke Starke Woman's Club will! Assisting! with the party -:
Baker, Miss Connie Hoydlc. vet gown with red satin bows A program of nuptial music Butler. met Thursday, Jan. 4, at I were! Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Col.! I A cluiHlfied ad In the Telegraph -
E. and Mrs. Norman R. "Wyckoff and satin rosette headpiece.She For Beth ScogginsMiss was presented by Mrs. Oel'aldl 3:30: D m. at the club house son. brlnii no.ulte.I .
The maid of honor and, the carried red sweetheartroses Dukes, organist, and Miss
bridesmaids wore similar white carnations, green Beth Scoggins who was Marian Green soloist. '
gowns of chiffon. The maid of leaves and satin streamers... united: In marriage to Danny The bride was given In marriage I
honor chose for her color celery Misses Margaet Craig of Waters on Dec. 23, was by her fat.hmJ..
green, while the bridesmaids Jacksonville and Linda Bishopof ored. at a bridal hon-1 I Hart ell, and selected for her I
about this question: chose olive greenThey Starke served as brides- Thursday, Dec. 14, wedding a gown of Chantllly
wore headpieces of. matching maids. They wore gowns Iden- Miss Kay Colson at.her home lace and silk organza, poised I
.!"Umbrella Liability Insur- chiffon bows and carried. cas- tical to that of the honor attendant on W Madison Street. I I over layers of starched. net
ance covers accidents cades of golden garnet roses and carried bouquetsof Christmas decorations were and bridal taffeta The mpuld- I 4oh;
1 caused with an umbrella I and carnations.The red sweetheart roses, white used In the party rooms for ed Dior bodice was enhancedby
the occasion. The refreshmenttable rounded neckline. embroidered -
'does it flower girl was Laurie carnations, green satin leaves
thought. Rather ,
Ju.stlsslnd./ ,the\.ring bearerwas and satin streamers. Tammy was covered with a green in floral sprays of irrl-
provide Excess General' Li- Joel Justiss Powell served as flower girl. linen cloth and decorated descent, sequins and seed

}ability, and Auto Liability Norman R.Wyckgff; served The bride, given In marriage -! with holly and red candles pearls The lace sleeves tapered -

limits to protect the Insured as best man. and .usher were by her father.,was lovelyIn Games. with prizes were en- to calla lily points over the I
from exclusions"and Harry B. Mahon.: Joseph M. a long formal gown designed joyed during the party hours. wrists, and were fastened by I SPECIAL PURCHASE

of the primarj.ljabijir! Rlipley. William R. Swain, In embrolderrd lace over Among the 25 guests were rows of lace-covered. buttons. i ,,.
gaps : -*. "*.-, Henry Franfclln.J'errlt. Gerald silk net and bridal taffeta, Mrs. C., R. Scoggins motherof Her;,voluminous skirt. -of organza -I 5 "
ty policies!! the bride, and Mrs. J. L. featured lace appliquesin WHITE
Sohn, and Barry L. Williams gathered. with a front taffeta! '
Following the ceremony, a, bow at empire level bateau Waters of Lawtey, mother of the back, and terminatedin 'I
Charley E. John reception was held in the neckline and calla lily lace the groom. a circular brush train Her'I'r I .
A ency" church reception hall, after sleeves. The A-line skirt featured Assisting In serving were I flowers were a bouquet of ,IN u.s.A.
I which the couple \left for a a .scalloped lace hemline Mrs. Jimmy Hlgglnbotham. white carnations, centered L
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wedding. trip to South Florida flowing from a large taffeta. Mrs. Mike Waters, and Mrs. with an orchid. Her veil was; CAMMOMk
131 S. Walnut St They are now residing 1 in bow Into a' circular chapel' R. A. Colson. attached to a cluster,of satin

PHONE 964-5070 Jacksonville train of Venice lace over net, petals, embroidered. with".seed
I beautifully edged in scalloped, Mrs. L. J. Green pearls and accented,''with a
lace. Petals of i I peau de sole I II tear, drop in the front.
Ir enhanced. with pearls and crystals Hostess At Family The maid of honor.. Miss TOWELSFree
I I Ramona Harrell, sister of ,the
secured her multi-tiered Open HouseMrs. ,.. 1
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; veil of Imported ,iUusl.on. She bride, wore a gown of yellow '
carried. a bouquet of carnations L. J. Oreen entertained crepe, featuring an empire "s"r.' r'- Monogram of one Family

z:1 : pompoms, cedar., and,, at a family Christmas open bodice with long sleeves, a de- 1.,
; green leaves centered with. a house on Sunday afternoon tachable train, and a stream- '; Initial during this sale only -
white orchid. ; from 3 to 5 o'clock in honor, line full length skirt. She car- '' HURRY HURRY
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Mrs. Hoffman. chose for her of her son. Archie Oreen. of ried a cascade bouquet of
daughter's wedding a green, Chicago 111 who Is spending yellow and bronze chrysanthe-
j lace dress complemented witha the holidays with his mother.i i I mums, and her headdress was
i r a cluster of petals of yellow LARGE BATH TOWEL
;;, yellow carnation corsage. Christmas decorations poinsettias $1.00
ALL WITH ONE MONO-
I';' Mrs. Porch, mother of the and roses were used In I crepe. She carried. a cascade '
BIG FACE TOWEL 60c"
groom, wore a silver brocade the party rooms for the occasion bouquet of yellow and bronze CRAMMED LETTER FREE!

dress with a white carnation and stereo Christmas I chrysanthemums.The FULL WASH, CLOTH 35c ..
corsage. music was played. The dining bridesmaids Misses

i A reception was held in the table was covered with an I Patty Blgham and Shirley I
Episcopal Parish Hall where Italian cutwork cloth and Green, and the junior bridesmaid Large Famous;

I'I silver magnolia leaves and red. centered with a silver cande- I Miss Rhonda Harreli, SPECIAL PURCHASE FOR
and green flower arangements labra with. red tapers. Mrs. sister of the bride, wore gowns I NobJecraftFoam
were placed at points of In- Oreen was assisted in serving Identical to that of the maid Rubber 1 1 1PILLOWS
terest. The brides table was by her daughter, Mrs| R. D. of honor, except In olive THIS SALE
I covered with a white satin Cunningham of Keystone I green. They carried cascade
cloth 'and held two sets of red Heights and her sister, Mrs.C. I bouquets of yellow and bronze
L., Dink Ins. I chrysanthemums. i
I Approximately; SO relatives R. E. Parrish served his son 3 4 This Sale Only
''i Little Women called betwen the appointed I i Reg. $4.99Now : *.'
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Hold Annual hours. 'Club) Sends Gifts ,. j

Christmas ,Formal' Miss Louise Stern To Vietnam Party. '/3OFF

The Little Women's Club Entertains PupilsMiss 2 FOR '. -
Mrs. D. W. Whlffen, chair- .
held their annual Christmas a
formal last Friday night at Louise Stem entertained man of International Affairs .
t. rt i y her piano students with a of,theJunior Woman's Club
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the club house.
Oreen and white streamerswere delightful Christmas Party at In response to a t letter carriedIn ON ALL
Mt home'on South '- WalnutSt. the Tlmes-Unton In Nov $800
hung from the ceiling '
ember sent a package of toys, Nettle CreekSPREADS
lights! In the large club room ,last Friday, evening at 7
clothing, and candy to a chil
.. and the doors leading Into the o'clock Everyone enjoyed
sunroom were covered. with musical bingo and then played dren's Christmas' party' In \V

T green linoleum with the words ,. Informal, selections on the Vietnam CHENILLE
f ,- "Merry Christmas" written in piano. A 2 C Robert A. Wilson of ,

T, s.Y snow. The mantel In the'' Refreshments of punch, the 1882 Command Squadron, rte PRICED FROM
lounge was draped with red cookies, and sandwiches were Phan Rang Vietnam wroteto SPREADS "
:- velvet and held a red candle served while gifts were ex- the Jacksonville paper asking -
i Y centerpiece with angel hair. changed.The dining table was for toys, clothing and 1 # !# la41! # P1ljyl's e $2 .OO i

? L- The tables lining the wall covered with a green and gold candy for the 1,000 chilren: in One Selection ',' !e4 ee! 4 1i 4 s p#;X11 ; Ait o l t7 1 TUa \\

around the dance area were cloth centered by a glittered Phan Rang who would be attending i ##tF# 1ig! {4 #wlg4 a'! II tiy'
centered with green candles tree decorated with gold birds the party. Mrs.: Whll- Reg. 4.00 Each t + 4y> s y its x l
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.4;$ at the base of which was angel and b .lls. In the living room fen solicited funds from club $69.95
hair and small pieces of a large Christmas tree was members and bought and sent NOW
holly. The refreshment table the center of attraction. the gifts early In Decemberfor a eke Really a Great Buy

in the sunroom was covered Miss Stern was assisted. by overseas package- for ,,the I glr For those! who are:
with a white damask cloth her mother Mrs. W A. Stern youngsters. 2 FOR$5oo Particular V

and centered with a white In caring for the guest t l .
and green Christmas arrange Susan FaulknerHas BATH MAT

ment. Pine ,Level Baptist lMEDALLION
Birthday Partyf
'provided! by The
Music was
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'' BED SPREADS
I New Sounds from Jacksonville Christmas Party', Mrs. Paul Faulkner gave a II SETS
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Shire of the Big APE
and Jim
the New Year ..... served Me; 1 The Young Married Couples birthday party Saturday I A heavy, sculpture-like woven bed spread made of ,\
as
May 3.1, lees Sets 1'CNAR \
afternoon their
I The Florida: Theater donated class of the Pine Level Baptist home on v -rr 100% cotton with elegant knotted fringe
heights. Church. had a Christmas supper Wilson Road for: her daughter, '.
i take to new ,
you free tickets to the theater rte R eg. ,$5.00NOW
I and party In Fellowship Susan, on her. tenth. anniver A $12.00
as door prizes. '
i Mrs. H. O. Bolllnger and hall,last Saturday night. sary.The Gk IT'S \tON **
A red and white color schemewas 'refreshment' table was Value
Mrs. Clyde Sinclair greeted i]I carried out In the Christmas I covered with a birthday cloth 88

Starke Chrysler-Plymouth Inc I.door members and assisting and 1 guests In chaper-at the decorations and under''I and centered'with a goldChHVmas EaotiysOy ON An Unusual $8 $388j

.oning were Mr and Mrs. Bob the large Christmas tree were: arrangement. CNARQt fU4N '
Mrs. gifts which were exchanged I Games were played and refreshments Offer At
Ferguson and Mr. and I .
during the evening by the 20: enjoyed by the ,14I
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diwilnn 1 Pmra 4. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEflPAPH.': STARJCB." FLORIDA THU1tSDAY. nE C. 211. 19B7

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B '& POINT for the
Clerk Keeps Reported utv Sheriff Glen Moore.'victim TIlE RIGHT

,,...... ., way you write. Come In
At
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City Hall Owe $1,200 For' Shoddy, Incomplete Job .1, of the Stations was I and select your favorite' ES-
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., the Standard Service! TERBROOK tounta.In'peL
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Open Tuesday from 923 to $30 In change was of Ik P. Rafuse. No arrests] TELEGRAPH.

stolen front a Lawtey service have been made, the deputy A classified) ) ad In the Telegraph

"(Jtarke's city' 118111' waa open Helpless Aged Negro Couple Victimized station early Saturday morn- tafed. ''i L' III 1 I brines result

...STucsdVr. OL '. 26, after It had ,
been announced It would be I I II II

,, ,closed- -but only City Clerk

Merrill Edwards was/ on the In One Of 'Bathroom Deals'County
job.DecisIon Many
to keep city hall
open was reached> Friday, Dec After the holiday! glitter.

21 &t a special meeting of !.
thre wembers of the CLty f
: Council' The council at its regular -

a meeting: DPC 19 had will haveto
: granted Clerk Edwards' request you
I to>close city hall the day .
after Christmas !because his '
:
: secretaries were having trouble r
: getting baby sitters. j Borrow to tfte bills?
'
:put* after the council' decision pay
to allow city hall to !be
closed the meter readers, who ,x
"Vrork out of the hall, wanted,, 4 4Aix .
(o knoW if they wore Included.I +
i Several members of other city r Iro
: departments aSked It"they wore I I
.. Included' too, so Utilities Supt I 4a
Oscar Davis requested an I !. ,
: emergency meeting of the y y

council Thursday afternoon. t
: The council cJlscu-ed two I
: choices-_telling: the five secretaries : i
they had to work after -r.- .
: they had already been giv- Sanitarian? dlnruiuien--.r---- wn.Isa "
Jaen'11"rawkk{ plumbing contract .
employes the day off. It was I with Edward Strong,' ogrd and Invalid Lawtey Negro.It '. 1 I; '
decided It would coat several ;
: thousand dollars to pay em f B&ToL'I
'ployes 'who would have to work is hard to Imag'lnevo stallation of a shallow well "' -;
anyway to give all 60 employ I human living1 in more miserable 'pump water closet, lavoratory, I

es the day off or either'' pay circumstances or leas able' septic tank and drain field UnflnUhed. condition"of Strong's' bnthroom la shown,. with I
to defend themselves than (two labor and
furnishing rough-in
d them. light leakIng'through windowless hole In 'wall, closed with
Clerk Edwards said he would aged Negroes Edward!: .!"and materials and hanging sheet J
not tell his secretaries they Egria Strong, /who live on the rock in the bathroom. piece of plywood ''I
had to work after giving: them Andersen School road southeast Edward Strong' Bald three .'"
the day off 'tout he solved the ? of Lawtey. : men came to do the work, and :some unscrupulous contractors The work i Is usually over : I
C problem by telling: the council Both or them are Invalids left In less than half a day. ignore the law Trawick said. priced, even at the cash price 'I I i When all the packages are opened

he /would kep city hall open (Edward!: 83,' la confined :to a County Sanitarian Jack Tra- When a permit is obtained as listed In the contract," and all the pretty wrappings disca.rdEd.f: : .;
: Tuesday by hlmaelf. That satisfied wheel chair as,the result 'of< a wIck, who inspected the Job from his office, Trawick saida Hamilton said. "Then when'the
Councilmen Tom Noun, stroke In 1960). They needed this week, said no permit was final inspection is made to contractor adds on all these I will you need a loan to pay for the fun

:. Nell Tucker and Chairman a more modern bathroom, obtained by the contractor be sure that? the installation unexpected, hidden charges the Repaying that loan will cost you a pretty penny'
One Wiggins. signed a contract''' which'' was from, his office for installation meets specifications. He expressed property' owner may end up "
supposed to get them one with of the septic. tank )which is a hope that work wouldbe paying double, triple,' or even .' ..J in Interest charges.( ..

: Library Board I all necessary accessories! for State Board of Health'require expedited on a study that more than h.Was! led''fo be- But if you make the habit pf saving,, .
$850. ment. I in now being made in prepara- lieve in the beginning.
: Members Re-Named Now they find themselveswith Traywlck said the Installation tion for adopting a zoning and Hamilton stressed the importance 'you will have the money when you need i iB

... of Mrs.I their names on a contract. definitely did not meet State !building coda. 'This would be of obtaining competent The difference between borrowingto
The appointment and mortgage: for 121464. Board of Health regulation a big help to us in controlling advice before signing a
:. Evelyn Ritch auld Mrs. M. W.Creireler i the bills next Christmas and saving ahead
The difference !between ''the "We try to keep up with these fly-by-night operators, to the Bradford County -
"cash prl e" and the amountof / these fellows," TrawIck said, he said. other than a known, reputable and getting earnings on your savingscan
Library Board /were confirmed -
I the note is made up ,by the "but without a county zoning The experience of Die help- last week by Gov. make difference in
I
a big holiday enjoyment}
usual "add on" charges"listed code and with no requirements less Strongs, both, of whom are Unfortunately for the your -
Claude Kirk.
I as title and abstract official for the Issuance of county described as being incompetent Strongs they didn't do that. Saving makes the difference. :
... Terms, of the two memBers! fees and that mushroomingfactor building permIts It is Impossible :? to transact business matters, They believed' what they were s st\
(were up laet.eptember and I called "time price dif- to do so. They will slip typlclcal many'similar' tdld and now must make 42 t
of
: October. The five !board members ferential" at agate is
figured of into the county and do the payments of $28.93 out of their
serve four-year terms. $10 per 100. job before we find out about! "bathroom deals' in Bradfordand monthly welfare allowances' of I
Other members of the library I it in cases," be added. adjoining counties, accord-
many I
The Sfronge-.to save their Just over $100. If they fail, I
and
=: board are Miss Florence Jennings home-are making 42 monthly Regardless of lack of county ing to D. D. Hamilton of the they'll lose their home In I Saws Loan
JWrs. 'Jeanette Klncnld; ,
",and :Mrs.,:Muriel Norman. 'payments at $28.92 per monthto regulations It is a State Boardof State Comptroller's office, who foreclosure proceedings like 4,
'
I a Jacksonville finance com- Health requirement that a is attempting to get some of others that have ibeen advertised i
The work.-some of It
pany. I
-. still Incomplete-was done by permit must be obtained from their) money back for the vIctims for' 'sale In Bradford i I ft:2J ASSOCIATION OF STARKE

= Adjustable Vinyl Book Gainesville' contractor. the Health Department? for In- of these extortionate con- County this month.: I 218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-5000
All times SO cents ea ,
Covers. : I i The contract called for In- stallation of a septic tank. But tracts.
:::::: at The Telecranb.' .,I .

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--- JSALEJr 'The' Starke postotflce-

17,000 less cancellation of mal AUTO SALVAGE .
LADIES WEAR
during the perloa of December .P.fQcc, Equipment
1-25 this year, ,than In the ELECTRIC MOTORS ,
-- same period of 1966, Postmaster BRASINGTON Cherry'sGainesville's

T. C. Hazen said yester- CADILLAC Hancock OfficeEquipment J
OLDSMOBILBInc. Most Fashionable ,
day.The ELECTRIC
decline in volume was Address For Ladles .
= You Saw TheseAdvertised attributed by Hazen to a noticeable f DRESSES-SUITS.-COATS 13

.- trend on the partof SALES SERVICE Motor Repair Co. SIATERNITT WEAaACCESSORIES .
: inN the public to cub down on Fine Selection of Used Carp SmithCoronaAuthorizedDealer
Christmas card lists He prolcted # Taken On Cadillac Trade Of Gainesville Inc. 7 W. University GalnesvlU.MEN'S .
'
that the decline mightbe ,
1001 N.W. 1 1t.... Rt. 441 '
= even greater next Christmas Repalnnl'RewlndlngNew WEAR .,
Clary-Victor"--Totani*)
: LIFE I with the one-cent Increase PHONE S7S-0301,, and Used
In the cost of stamps STAG 'N DRAG Adding Machine, WlculatorSALBNsERVICERENTAIA*
effective next month. WORK GUARANTEEDPhone
Hazen said another factor Florshelm Shoes !: :
= At a Price Well Over In the decline of cancellationsIs I ', 372-8318 Paso Pluma Suits
'the increasing use of me- Ladles Sports' WearS SAVE TIME Phcow yoM
IJNOOLN
= $80.00 tered mall. A drop was) also -MERCURY Arrow Dress Shirts requirement with n* flrsC
"
noted in the number of out-
-- I going Christmas packages sent Authorized Sale Service Farm and Industrial 13 W. University. Gainesville 028 N. AMD Bt. GaJnMvOl

by pared politoCancel&blorulln 60S B. University, Gainesville Equipment
Our shipment arrived; little late for Christmas the first 25 MOBILE HOMES Phone 876-0501
a buying -- days. of this month totaled Phone 872-4291, r

:: Frankly, we're overstocked and must let these fine port- 347 120.234 In the as compared December with 1-23 148 period ,- Crane's ImportsVolvo Santa Fe Tractor MUSTANG
of 1966. Mobile Homes Inc. PAINT & GLASS'Liddell

=: ables go at a Big Discount . No Holiday (Mercedes-Ben) Inc. I Gainesville's Discount, Mobile

.
FlAT-niLLJlAN: r Home Sales Lot. Paint 8 .j 1,
Deaths ReportedIn Purchase discounts
entire
on
= Regular List Price 86.50 2201 N., Main Gainesville FORDFarm .
= chain
t Bradford CountyBradford guarantee huge savings. Glass Co. 1
/
PUlL 1URED _
PJ\On1 372-4373 Tractors &
"' x ImplementsFord NEW _
MOON CAPELLA
e Discount11.50
:: Pre-Inventory County failed to PACEMAKERUsed ,
add to the nations death toll Industrial Equipment KTANIZB PAINTS T I
Dea..ty.Aeademy Mobile Homes Low
PORTABLE TYPEWRIT jjf BBBjT fH of 6SO: over the three-day\ USED, EQUIPMENT Priced. With approved credit Glass Mirror Sliding Deo.

law Christmas enforcement weekend agencies as county reported SALES -.PART SERVICE low as $100 down. Tub Enclosures-Shower!! Doors
E 't. Your Cost POWELL'S 4820 N.W. 18th St. 441 North
Only5Q not even a single/ accident -
Gainesville
The Injury. I. PICK UP ft DELIVERY 3781546CALL
Ten-Forty" COLLECT!: -WtndowsAwningCarpetWallpaperStorefront -
AcademyLearn
Beauty'
= ." Holiday driver's In' Bradford 4488 WAV. Sixth Gainesville
.; Plus Tax ,. were either safe or luc: The Bradford Sheriff Office Profession. la Tour' e Phone 376-2543
reported only one mishap and Consultation fj
-w the Clty of Starke two' email Spare Tim. Full or Part Time Long Distance Moving
118 N.W. Sixteenth St
Local Drayage "J
wreckSbut no one went to the DAY EVENING CLASSES
w GARDEN SUPPLIES
Storage Packing prating
hospital from them. I GAINESVILLE 173-8101

:: Remington "Streamliner"Also The Florida Highway Patrol Low,. 'Tuition Term FRED ESTIMATES Shipping CALL

.. office here saId its accident I' ,219 N.W.,10th AVe. .
:: at Discount'' .... ..,. file ended Dec 14, although HILL'S MOVING SEWING MACHINES
some accident reports could Gainesville S7S-S16S .
Have; !been in the mail for Johnson&Faris, Inc. & Storage Inc.

:: Reg. Price . 58.00 Tuesday and Wednesday. National Sewing
Record Christmas death rate CONCRETE PRODUCTS 8340 N.E. Waldo Rd. ]

:: Discount 6.50 tor.the n&tlon,'for a threa-day ofSEEDS Gainesville 372-4271 1'
::::: period was! 720 in 1969. la the Machine Co., Inc.
Your Cost ? three-day observance last 'year INSIST: THAT ALL YOCTHCONCRETE Insecticide* Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS MUSIC
$52'' the total was C84. All-time New Home, Pfaff. Jfelco 1
PRODUCTS .
high for any Holiday period. !is Lipham Music Co. Universal Iewnc.Mach1IS.! : .*
784, set in a four-day Thanksgiving ARE THE BEST FROM
weekend in 1966: W, Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' GalnesvOle Shopping Ctr. I Sale ft Servlc* 1

:;: Use 'that Christmas Gift Money for a Down Payment. and SAVE-SAVE- CARD OF THANKS Edward's BuildingS 324 N.W. 8th Ave. 110 N. W.872-0803 10th Arena Nearly'New Unit |3 monthly
-
The family of Ralph A.
= SAVE on the Portable You've-.Always wanted! I Ooodge' wishes to express ppli,.Inc. PHONE 373-047 Authorized Budget Term Available >

their sincere appreciation and 7S6 8. 'Mass372.4844GAII4ESVH : Gainesville, Fla. Baldwin Pianos tc Organ 611 W. University Olne4vUl4
thanks to everyone for the Guitars Gibson Ooya

BRADFORD> COUNTY TELEGRAPH gifts and donations to their ..LE, h'LA.P 'I .Drums Ludwig Slingerland 878135S'P Net,
eon Larry, who l."wrfsrgolngirrntment Feuder Standard Amplifier
.
' at the Medical Center
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TIHntSDAT. DEC 28. 19.7 niMuronn COUNTY' TEIJEORAPH.': RTARKW. FLORID ___- Section 1.-: Par*-..!lvg!
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I I i Jeont ground beef ort pork 2 Cflorlrn per serving! ; french bread and appleMMpe..'
Tornadoes Enter tablespoons'chopped 'onion, '1 I About/ .60 If made with regulan. Best Wishes for the Happiest -

NEWS- And NOTES tablMpooo' fat or oil (If desIred -: ground beef, fat, mush of Now Years to You.4n4.
room soup, and cheese; about Yours,
) 10'4 oz.;: canned con- 'I
310 if made with lean ground I
r -
Dunedin t For Today's HomemakersBy densed cream of celery or beef and celery soup, with, fat TUB aiuur rount: '0'#. the t
Tourney mushroom soup, one-third cop and choe; omitted. way you write. Come) to, an4fllnci
.. r Martha Sue McCain i vegetable! liquid, 1% teaspoon: you' faTnrlta ESTER-

Tornado basketballera I left game, as -liown! by for 32 xn County Extension salt one-fourth teaspoon. I Variation Omit tomatoes r and top with :: BROOK jonntali pen. TKUBfIRAPII !
Wednesday morning to enter thyme. 6 tomato slices, three- (
.
points they bold Perry to. onion and green pepper rings. I III..nll
-
Home Economics thick, one-half -
Agent fourths Inches
theDunedin Highland Classic Paul McLeod Ia their lead
teaspoon salt, 2 tablespoons Suggestion: I A clasidfled ad In the Tele4
Christmas Tournament to be
I
ing scorer -wttU 23.7 points per .... Serve with hot 'buttered
-- If desired results.
cheese
brines
played Thursday'Friday and grated parmiiean ( graph
; game and':-a fact 4T per"cent
Saturday Dec. 28-30. from the field. Harold; Chondi LAUNDRY 'flOT OR COLD .: away chores after tie meat'! Is I *. I 1

Coach ,:Warney Adklnson lee lan'tf far behind with an WI-.t n'toaid ,oe the water! over. Add lima beans and< c-irotJ I -
anode the trip a day early so even 20 point and a 48, percent temperature for doing home 'Here's a recipe likely to]1 to bollinsf water. Cook, covered I

his cagers would get a full average"from. the field.. laundry Four settings are I win favor 'with family aiUj j until tender about 15 to I
day and night's rest before Tall 0-8 Brae 'Jackson is 1 commonly'used. The "hot" setting -1, friends. It Is planned by USDA I 20 minutes. Drain reserving i,
their first game with Delray averaging 9 points: floorraan : should' mean water at 140 food specialists for six servings j I one third cup cooking liquid.
Beach at 4:30: Thursday af Adrian Brown '.2, and Larry I I' degrees and up: It removes sol.11 of one cup each, ''but can easI- Preheat oven to SSO: degrees
ternoon. Tornado fans railed Mercer "! I ly be doubled and put into a P. (moderate).
I :- j from clothing and It sanJUzea.It's I
funds to allow the togo 4-quart casserole Since the In- meat and
cagers Cook ground onion -
Winning .f litre 1Je.alltor! white cottons and
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a day early. I redlents are pre-cooked And go In fat or in greased fry
in the .m..1 linen, heavily, ) soiled articles
Placing their 4-0 record on Yule tourney taut C Scouts Display Talents '. wrinkles Into the. casserole hot-except pan until lightly browned and'
the Tornadoes flnl ) --I and wash-fast colors. It -
for the soup< ---the oven time onion is trnnarnoront. Pour off
the Hnt the Tornadoes will'be fourth placa. They topped man-made fabrlc and vti
will be about the same for a dripl'\ings. Add soup, vegetable! i
in
the
playing same tourney' Waucimla 99-49 but lost te + Pews, Und..tandlnlL' Around the World was the may cause some colors: to run.
with the defending Class A But water /that double recipe. :ilquld! vegetables, salt, and
Dunedin 78-68 st. Petersburg running Is
.and -
theme! of, a skit performed by Den 1, Troop 70, Cub Scoutsat I thyme. Mix well. Pour into a'''
state champions la Dunedin. Northeast (Class AA) 74- much above 140 degres la a TenouDcepeedsge rroaen
Story Hour at the Bradford County Library mat Thursday. casserole Arrange tomato -,
Other teams In the tourney are 41. safety hazard and, Is (bad forth lima beans, 1V4 cups thinly 2-quart
Th*.twt of characters, (l-r) are narrator Bonnie Kills., water heater and I slices on top of mixture.
Coach :Adklmon\ figures' hIs plp liked carats> 1 cup boiling !with salt and cheese.
4re five stand' a better chance thIs water, l'/4 pounds regular Bake 35 to 40 minutes.
ford.To year slnta' all .hto .etarters have win, a matador representing South America; John SlmmonH. the heater higher for washIng I!

date the Tornadoes have practiced and played togetherIn a frmeh painter representing Europe; Earl Blg-gs., a little and turn It back on when
beaten Bollea 63-56, Fernandina; I Ante Milton Baker, dressed you're done. "Medium" tem-
preseason drills and in: i at Japanese boy representing ; iw a
Beach 89-59, St. AugurtlneTS-I four games .to data. The 186 cjMiuflMil representing Africa; Jeffrey Jockel, dressed. a* afcangaroo.to perature !Is at 120 degrees, 81 BILL POWELL\
43 and rood temperature for wash-
Perry 7332.
five had tlire members 'W1Io represent Australia, and hooded explorer Phillip
Ing some bright: or dark colors -
Should they win their first had practiced only: _en Johan representing Anartlca.. I that do not actually' run
game against Delray Beach, times before entering the tour: '
In the wash but may fade in
the Tornaroes will play j at nament. Says:
time from wa-Wnig-: In hot wa-
T:30: p.m. Friday. It they lose ter. 'Lightly soiled loads usually
Increased Rates For Most Mail -
the first .
will
game they playat
3:30: p.m. Friday. The tour the wash clean at this setting, Nationwide !I ,
'but It provides no sanitizing.

ney is double elimination.) THE way yon RIGHT write.POINT Com for hi sad Go I Into Effect On 7 The "warm" aetl'mg usually : i r roDon't o
January '
So far' the Tornadoes are elect yaw favorite ESTER means water'at about 100 degrees Insurance .
averaging' 75 points per game the \netting for silk and
while perfecting a press that BROOK fountain pea TELE-!: washable woolens. It protect '
has gotten tougher with every GRAPH.ATTENTION. Increased rates for all classes merged Into a single category. but provides no sanitizing: It I "5.08-A.MONTH FOR INSURANCE I

_, I of mail, except parcel post These heavier pieces of first wrinkles man-made fabrics' lean I Be Worried Next YearI:
... . and international mail! will class and air mail subject to than hot water. Cold water Is CAN PAY $10,000 MORTGAGE."
"
.. .. .- .. ), go into effect Sunday. Jan. 7, the single rate hedule will 80 degrees or less! the I

Postmaster T. C. Hazen Jr. be delivered by the fastest al'uro of unheated temper-I Say you're 30, just '$:>.08 a month pays for a JOIN OUR 1968
to available of transportation. -
customers
reminded postal means
ply It's for lightly < Nationwide 20-Year Mortgage 1'rotectloii plan' that

day."Even with the new rates of A flat rate of 30 cents will pre-treated laundry and load II will pay off a $10,0001( mortgage if you should die, CHRISTMAS CLUB

six cents for first class! mall' be charged for all air mall' In fabrics and fibers that' and leave your other life insurance for your NOW!
color, (wrinkle or shrink !in hot
and ten cents for air mall, this category up to one pound. i family to live on. Call now. '
water. It provides no sanitiz,, We the ho-ho-ho'a back Christmas for wise
id
postal service: Is still a real For all mall weighing more put .
bargain," Hazen declared. "For than a pound the present air, ing. Check In the water washer temperatures with' a- BILL POWELLPhone Bantu! Join our 1914!)(; Christmas:! Club now, and

For your convenience we are starting in your six cents you can send a let parcel post rates will continueto thermometer.your Or dip a finger you ('un'look forward to a bill-free carefree holi4"

area a sanitary garbage collection. In the beginning ter to-any of the 60 states, to apply, except that the postage in the wafer. If it turns blue, day Kcusun next year .and the cash to make it'

: we will have a pick-up service once a week. any U. S. territory or possession on matter weighing between you have 'cold water or something -, 961646.1 401 W. Madison SvStarke. n Merrier Christmas for all.
to Canada or Mexico, or one and five pounds
For a very small fee per month you won't have to In- 'blue Is running In your,
serviceman at half-pound
to an American will change Florida
worry about getting rid of the: excess cans and stationed anywhere in the tervals. Another rate change wash. If it turns a bright red FULL, SERVICE BANKING

bottles that look very unsanitary piled up in vacant world/' thAt postmaster added. that will affect the general you have hot water and a
burnt HOME OWNED HOME OPERATED
lots or fields around your home. The. new rate for post cards public Is the Increase from finger -
!MEAT
will be five cents, with eight four to six cents for the first ANDVEGJlTABLE I

So to solve one of your household problems cents ,for air mall post cards. two third ounces class of Individual mall. piecesof One-t": ,'. h meals CASSEROLE are relished! e The Community State Bank

call on us to help you. We will be more than gladto The'fl4ded cent In the letter Postmaster Hazen also no- by the family meals, and for
be of service rate Is a 20 per cent Increase, 7 entertaining since they are
to you. cent ted that effective January OF STARKE
24
compared to a per
rates for mailing special handling will be avail- satisfying and simplify meal, Nitlonwldt Muluil' lmutinc Company'Nationwide Mutual flrt ttnurine. Company
boost In
able on thirl: class parcels preparation while keeping at a aeuuawide ale Iniunno, Company hwni allied Columbui, Use 'ME.MUEH: F. D. I. C
If you are interested in helping keep your I newspapers and magazines weighing between eight and minimum the clean-up and put-

county clean call us and let us talk with you. I and a- 34 circulars per cent,hike"occupant"mall for advertising 18 ounces. Special handling: .

I and other material In has not been available on
since 1958, when
these parcels
I the third class: category.
FEE $2.00 PER MONTH
packages weighing between > ATER'SANTALa
I rate of six cents
The new eight and 16 ounces: were
I ouneeforflrst class: mall
per : transferred from fourth: to .a
Phone 9646618Thank : applies up'to 13 ounces and third claN mail. There will be

the new rate of 10 cents per no changes. In the charges for

You ,I ounce Jot air mall applies up pedal delivery, special handling

1 t. OJ to seven ounces. registered mail certified
Under the new rate struc- mail cah on delivery, or in-
H&W GARBAGE SERVICE
ture, all first class mall applies -I surance.:
over 13 ouI1Ic s. and all "We have an ample supplyof

. i' air mall over 7 ounces will be I one-cent stamps on hand., ry
'
.. .. I Hazen said "for those who
,
,. .
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:- = =-- ___,::,:,;,:_ ____ _. I and
have five cent stamps
.. '
need one cent stamps to make
up the postage required under

the new rates." U .
Higher rates will also go Into eel.y
IMPORTANT NOTICETo effect January 7 for all
categories of second class malll "
bulk-rate third class mall AT
controlled circulation mall,'' f

All Property Owners and the educational materials
category of fourth class mall


Services Held I i iI

One. or more of the following forms have been For Mrs. Gaskins c. ) With new spring merchandise coming soon we must CI i

mailed to all persons who previously have appliedfor At Evergreen PRICES .MED I sell all the style merchandise that we have on hand

'
HOT WEATHER OR COLD WEATHER
homestead widow's and/or dis-abled Mrs. Eliza Virginia Oasklns. ... ... -. BoyaSPORT
exemption 87, widow' of Jim Oasklns. GirlsDRESS
died Tuesday morning In a
persons exemption and those who have been as- Starke nursing home after; a WE HAVE GROUPED SEVERAL FAMOUS NAMES! ; IN COATS

lengthy illness. She WAS born COATS '
sessed on our tangible or intangible tax roll: in Bradford County on June Plaids and Solids
28. 1880 the daughter of the LADIES SPORTSWEARFrom
Sizes 2 to 20
late John B. and Frances TYson t-3 OFF
Bonier. She was a lifelong< 70FF
I I resident of Bradford County 1-3

and a member< of the Ever-

(1) Homestead Exemption green Baptist Church. I GirlsSWEATERS 25% Off Less Than f/2 Price
Surviving are three daughters. to hens All Weather

I Mrs. Geneva Redding, of
(2) Widow's andLor disabled persons Exemp- Lawtey. : ; Mrs. Bertyce Sullivan, Pants Shorts Skirts Jackets Sweaters COATS
Jacksonville: and Mrs. Virginia -

tion Coldlng. of Llthla: sev- and large varietyof Tops "
Zips
en sons Gay RosIer Crescent 1-3 OFFSPECIAL Lining.
Charlie Oasklns. Avon ,
I City; PRICED
(3) Application for agriculture assessment Park; Darby, Fisher, and J. B. 1-3 OFF
OosJdns. all of Lawtey; Wade and
-
and Wlllard Oasklns, both of 1,00 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 up

(4)-Tangible returns for stock in ':trade Starke; one brother, Jim Rosier Mena LinedJACKETS

Lawtey: ; 29 grandchildren Your chance to stock yourwardrobe, at
41 great grandchildren, and On Ladles. .
(5) Tangible returns for other tangible pro- 16 great, greatgrandchildren.Funeral Great Savings'

'. services were held FALL SHOES
erty at 2 p. m. ThursdaY Dec. 28,
DRESSES REDUCED MARKED DOWN
in the Evergreen Baptist Broken Sizes -- 1-3 OFF
Church with Rev. Walter Ma-
(6) Intangible returns i"i"t i this officiating. Interment was TOGO---
I 1-3 & Mena
In Swift Creek Cemetery in 12 OFF
Union County with DeWltt
I A Limited Quantity I Dress Pants
} C. Jones Funeral Home in

a I ehaige of arrangement, i Tornado All-Weather $ 6.99 to $10.00

Numbers 3 and 4 are nw laws passed)b'y; the 1967 Missed Stop Sign Now - $ 5.00


Legislature If you have any questions on this or on 1 I Demolishes VW JACKETS'DARu'ELaSdSleS. COATS -1.3 to 1'2 O"F'F Now$10.99 to- -$14.00- -'- $ 9.00

to-
any of the above please feel welcome to. call on us. tally A 1981 demolished Volkswagen but its was-driver $15.00 to $20.00

I escaped Injury early Sunday NOW S:OO Now - $12.00
Special Rack Of .
All of the above must be filed on or before April i morning, Dec. 24, when it '
JUNIOR SHIRT SHIFTS .' each .
wrecked after: aliasing a atop $4.98 A FEW

1 1st. Thanks for your cooperation in attending to sign at the intersection of Boys MENS SWEATERS.
SH-18 and STU227: south of
LEFT
these Starke, according to Bradford Sweaters
tax matters. I LADIES HATS HALFPRICEGirl's
Deputy Sheriff Olen Moore. CloaeOutI30ffFF

Rudy Williams of Worthing. and cotton knit .
i ton Springs ran the atop sign
GENE LONG
on SR-327 crossed SR-13 and Shirt Heavier Boys
went through s fence before
Tax. Assessor his VW turned over. Sportswear Greatly Reduced JACKETSReduced

I I William was charged with 1-3
I disobeying a atop sign and Get Ratter Sportswear"at'''' Below'Bud gret'Prices' 1-3

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I New Prison Center Standing Idle Termed Waste Kullir iininiirr.v,. henry(IHlBBll.'.Ivll I.Action. Mlarll l ojr>./r<..No.!HALN:...sad.IttTNoriern ...wit*,


Notice l I. huroby given. that I.
Allowing the newly completed However the million dollars/ 'center the key to a more ef- Claude Kirk. slashed again by the 'legislature center," he said. at the State Prison at Ralford. ( IIAIUI !$:I A DARHY. Clerk ofmo

$7.3 million needed to (Transfer the men to I fecCive prison system and I An aide according to an associated leaving much leas than I "It seems unrealistic to up-I He said about 400 men would I I :you'll never be concerned County.Circuit Florida'ourt. will of on Bradford 4 January -

tion and Sumter was not provided. I Wainwright agreed that the press news article last tho amount needed to open grade physical facilities to ttie, be transferred 'to: tha new facility. about your memory. lOON, at 11-00: o'clock a rn.,

Luke Butler to General fund money would be center is the "most vital partof Monday said the governor and operate the 'reception center. point .we have without being!'I I Once again -HAPPY NEW of at the th<- front. Clerk door of I the.of the ..rric.
I Circuit
been termed a needed because coats of hous-; our system." asked for the report to see If able to operate them to the,; The director said he believesthe YEAR! We've been here 15 {'nun at the HriKlfurd/ County

ey by ing the prisoners would 'be "The reception center partof ,' some way can be found to "To operate the unit with fullest' and without. making maximum population of and we're looking for another Court Iiu, ,,,, In 8Uirl:
culture Doyle' switched from the road depart. this facility Is completedand provide the necessary opera. t'he present,:staff would necessitate any effort to upgrade the pro 3,315 at Ralford "Is too large !good 15. eht sell and al pulillo bunt bidder mile to for the cant hlith-the

The huge ment which uses gasoline tax could and should be occupied -i tlonal funds \irflng Inmates for interviewing gram" be added. for a realistic? 'rehabilitation By the time this is read following dpMcrlbefl real property
been made to funds. to the corrections division. If adequate staff couldbe I' Wainwright anld requests for testing", and other por-I Another advantage, of openIng we'll be about one-half moved Iytr.., and being In Brad
ford ,
and should 'be reducedas County Florida:
state's prison authorized," WaInwright staff salaries were cut by Ole tions of the diagnostic work : the Lake But'ier facility program Into our, and everybody'sbrand Commence

cUerl recently by Conner called the reception said in a recent report to Gov. state Budget Commission and upon Inmates coming In.to. the':1 Wainwright said, would ,be to: soon as possible to a maximum !- new Agricultural Build tlon of th.at Westerly the Intul lln.o-of
premo Court ease the overcrowding problem of 2,600." big Keep looking and keep liutdn, iloncrlliod In Official
.
the modern .. asking so you will be ready to Record BookUO, Page 349 with

most dormant ; ir,4. : -- one said that when you're atop for a visit. At the proper line tho of Northerly Stall. Uoiul right-of-way No. 8-a.18:

eiatlonal money. tune, we will plan an afternoon and thence South 86 degrees.
"This is false I ConstructionFalls through changing ;you'rethrough. for a great open house 88' JSait;: alo it aforesaid
Northerly rig .t-of-way line
commissioner I I have written a few lines celebration. See you then! 260 feet : thnnro North 0 d.-
cant Justify it. I COUNTY gr30'/ went 20 foet for a
something has to Short WITH that have some meaning. Point. of HICUINNlNOi
They may fit many different Adjustable Vii| I Book thence. continue North 0 derre .
cnn't have a $7 ..
30' Went 224 .
ing sitting: YOUR AGENTJust circumstances. Let me share a Cavers. All sixes 30 cents ea thence North 86. degrees. feet 38'Went
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few of them and see If any at The ....Ieer- b. 280 feet :; thence North
utilized. Continued From Page One! .. .. ,
'-' -- one or two means anvthlna to 0 degree 80' Welt 196 feet:
Conner : -- thonce !Mouth: 86 dagreea. 36'KaaC
session of the surfacing In the Big and Little I you. FICTITIOUS WA1MH STATUTE: 80-1.8ft font ; thence
lature to "(' Santa Fe Lake area. The project 1 Each new day Is an opportunity AFFIDAVITHAHRY Mouth 18 degrees. 21' 8V
will I to start all] over again. OHUEN.: D. D. 8.STATK Kant 81809 feet ; thence
consist of
should consider two miles of I OF FLORIDA Buiith: 0 degree 3i>' East 210
( : road. from the Let us not clutter up today feet! thence North
proposal by ; present dead COUNTY: OF DUVAL 86 do-
tor Louie .: : end of SR21.A to the CoUnty I wlbh the leavings of other On this day personally appeared wrens. 36' Went 81O feet to the
faint of
days. before mo an officer BKUINNINU; eonLamIng
would put boat ramp on. Little Santa. Fe duly authorl.ed to admlnlnter. three. ((3) acre, ly.
tern in the and another 1.9 mile T-shaped Itching for what you want oaths. HARRY URUEN. I). D. 8. Intj In the North half (N'/i/ )
segment: taking off from SR21at doesn't do much good you've who being first duly sworn, des of Northwest. Quarter. (NW
The new got to scratch for it. POHMI" and nays: 'A ) or !HoueheuBt: Quarter
Butler are Faith Presbyterian Church '_' The names o-f all the peraoni. (SI1V4)\ ) and South went
running west to the lake, then' '_' Your ulcers are not caused In the bualnewt condnuted under Quarter (BW4)! ) of North-
processing and north and by what you're eating; but by the foregoing fictitious name east. Qunrt-r (NBH. of Section
extending south for
for all prison .,. \ what's eating and the extent of the Interestof Ii. Townahlp 6 South.
Into the state approximately half a mlle> In George T. on you. I each of them In said business Hantr, Jil Kant. Bradford
each direction. Ilugglits What counts Is not the num- In. as follows: County' Florida. : all accord
used only to : Another ber of hours you put hi, but HARRY URUEN D. D S., P.A log to plat prepared by M.
Inmates Involved construction projecton ''L--_____ :.. __. how much you put Into the I 100 per cent. U Page, Florida Re cl>.
which bid* are beta? asked -- Dy /./ Dr. Harry druen. Pre bred Surveyor No 061 on
the aecond
ing hours. March 31, 11186, and
: sident. recorded
center. now Is a $165,000 Improvement HAPPY NEW YEARI I A few two married off and two The smallest good deed Is Hworn to and suhMrrlbod before In Pint Book/ 28.

Walnwrlght's and expansion to the days "ago I was looking at a still at home. We as all parents better than the grandest In- me this 13th day. of Dec Pane 84A. of Public Recordsof

eludes also the Starke Golf and Country Club.A picture taken when we first are glad for them to I tention. ember. 195?. Bradford County Florida.
/ / A. B Blackburn, Jr.
the 11 remaining loan has been obtained from moved to Bradford County. come, and even let them take The only way to have a Notary Public Above deeurlbed property !I"
prison and the Farm Home Administration Look, at one now and It doesn't home something to eat so I friend is to be one. My Commission Expires Auff the earn property conveyed
for the program.An look too Regardless of can get something fresh before 23, 1970. to the Mortffanro.nl' herein. by
Bananas For SantaIt good.
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into a additional nine holes will Do you see difficulties In 12/21 4t 1/11 Deed. dated April 7, tans
in the $6 million looks I can say. that as of the week is over. every opportunity: or opportunities from Jon Mlaoll and wife,
rectional be added to the course and the January 1. 1968 we sure have Well, as we gO into 1968 in every difficulty? Invitation. To Illrt 11T HtaPnrchailniv < Madle Mlxell and recorded
Isn't often that Santa gets to leant on home-grown drainage system will be Improved enjoyed 15 of good, living how has 1967 been? Lots of CommUaloB: Tails.base. In Official Record Book 56,
,years let
brand Don't the seeds spoil the .
new
I ... Page 116. In the Office of
at Sumter are bananas. but due to the unseasonably warm weather thin and expanded.: Other In this. County. oood things have happened enjoyment of a watermelon. Florida.Competitive Hnalad Did will the Cli-rk ttt circuit. Court

Wainwright said.! December, he wan' able to enjoy that treat when he railed Improvements will see a tennis My wife and, I were talking lots of bad things. lots of Just spit out the seeds. be receive by the State Pure'haslng Hradford County Florida.
court built, the club house patio last week about how wedding happiness and lots of sadness C'ommlHalon, until 13:00 Herein. above described
men out In the at the home of George and Dolly Simpson on Walnut Some cause happiness A.M. EST.. on date' shown for property >tp be known, aa
enclosed for youth recreationand anniversaries slip up and slip We might review a little and wherever others the vale of that certain parcel of land
'should be at Street. Pictured above i Is Mr. Simpson proudly) displayingone they go; surplus property.
existing! debts retired. by. December 4Ui was number see if we can make some Improvements whenever January 11, 11188 -Pine Oem upon which Modern Homes
academic and of the fine bunches of fruit that Jhe has harvested from they go, (Mixed) Construction Company erected .
28. Lots of change during that so that as we look
I
Happiness is
ing. perfume you Bid Blanks, conditions and a dwelling house for the
his this faiL
trees time also. On anniversary back at 1968 it might be different -
MorlKaicor
cannot: pour on others without specifications may' be. obtained$ herein. .
1967 !
The I I TIE RIGHT POINT for tbe number one I know I did not from looking back at getting a few drops on from the. state Purchasing Commission Said Halo. wll( be made puruant -

:closIng-a resolution of the was said to be a bitter. hostile the way ;m. write. Come inand do as much work around the 1967. Let's not take the attitude -' yourself. / floor Building 113, Talluhaaaue William, Dnioxham i forerloHure to a. entered Final on Decree 10 Deseember of

Prison Charge type inmate who was resentful house,. she didn't cook as that it may be Just an- Any Florida Ilfl7!' In the Circuit Court
.similar to the I oher It will be another person who Is always Al J. of Bradford County Florida,
pf ;authorlty. elect your favorite JSfERBROOK much, and sure didn't help year. Dayz.cUtive
feeling for Cane No. 197.CNAI1.H .
"where a fire : sorry himself ; Plrettor
; Evenlnlu'I The maximum security complex wash as many dishes: year however. It could be should be. 13/38 2t ,.'! A. DARBY Clork
[this year. fountain pen., the last year it could be the Duo 28, 1/4 Circuit Court of Bradford
of
at the prison\ consists Instead of us going off 1DBT: January 4, 1968 ,
Termed .
Stupid When a man has a "petpeeve" Ciwintv Florida
worst year. or it could be the
1,208 single cells in which fid TELEGRAPH somewhere, we just stay home By Beulah M. Moody
best year. Some of these decisions it's remarkable how In, The Clnnlt, Court of rlorlila.
worst? of the state 7,000-plns now and Itt them all come to Deputy Clerk
often he pets it. Klsrktn: Jndlrlal rirpult' I. And
prisoners are kept.l Housed us. That's not bad yet. with will be up to us. Some- .... (S1JAI.! )
>r Hrailfnrd Cou. ,.
'
'Continued Prom Page Onelcases ] I Always speak the truth and Dee 28 un
12 Wides\ there are; confirmed homosexuals lr-_ -, ------ -
sentenced by the Prison. serious escape risks, and I ..
Custom Disciplinary Committee after other sypes of serious belt/ .ivlor-j I
I I
F'v Florida the riot. lal problems. .At present 000''

Dir. Wainwright stressed Inmates are confined there.

G.t that prison regulations in' the I. .Majorltyof: the. inmates I :

YOU cells include adequate diet even in the maximum security ,

P'or sanitation regular check', by section work each day outside

correctional officers on duty,I their cells: Buff the .mo t serious

No Salaried and dally checks by the prison discipline problems are

missioned l<.: medical offlcef.'Inmates the kept in single cells 24 hours I

maximum detention wings, he per day: CARL BEGGS USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned .

DAD & BRAD' said I,are- fed an "unappetiz \IRep. McDonald said after I If you find your name among the Classified Ads $15 up. 10 different

LIKE :Q! Ing'{ .mixture-: : of 'pured: carrots. the .ourof: the facility Ms Immediate Gulf Service name braruls to choose from.

p-., beans, and, margarine to reaction,was that the come to' the Telegraph office and receive TWO I USED PARTS Parts & excellent repairs aM I.

YOU add caloric value.. -Toe" meats complex Is well' maintained and FREE I Top Price for Wrecked. pars makes. KIRBY SALES A
PASSES to Florida Theatre 301 Drive-
are served three times daily, well kept:, or 24 Hour Wrecker Service SERVICE 712 N. Main, Gainesville

AD Sizes in consist of 700 calories' each fora ,"We' have an Institutionhere Theatre Passes in. i 376-7110.. tfchg

total of 2.100 calorie! per that t: we, a, Floridians, : FuelOilAAA -
The foOd has abouf' the Ole ,
day should be. proud of, chairman
1/2; !S & If Oreon' Stamp AT LAST! .J
consistency of mashed. potatoes .. said, I'' I I HASTINGS MATTRESS I
and he said.WalnMrright. McDonald .sai',i- his\ special I CLAUIFlieD, AD & UPHOLSTERY WORKS Hwy. 801 N. Waldo A HOME OWNERS

added' th Jt.be commute*" ''ttaa not yet orga- I HATH_ ,.* 710 lemon St. Palatka| 4081998LACT POLICYFor

has been on 900 calories per nized 'but\ "was holding its first I I'' tT. to II words ...-.!.OOEaeh Furniture CONWAY
Repaired
Mobile
New and I day for the past two months. meeting. the tour. The organizational Homes
I
II
14 were? ever 15 _..fnEst. Upholstered & Refinished FLYING SERVICE That
I A
Members of the select legislative meeting will likely Qualify
8-Yr. financing committee are Rep. Leon be held ,ln"Sarasota next, .. ...ia.... It not MATTRESSES REBUILT FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Airplane ,' CALL TilE MAN
..i" I. .dv..e. _.all rentals. Greyhcund Bus
of Live Oak; chair I Jan, 12. he added.. Ha said bethought I New Innersprings FROM
Charter.
Keep together KEYSTONE
your party
Use Our ; Rep. Ralph Tyre 'of Lake the tour waa.a: good IIIIIJltORI".I "MOI., noseS : and Box Springs I' MASONRYMATERIALS
_... .. charter a bus. Phone
of i p.r .H George E. LaRue
chase I'tan- Rep. Sam Campbell' start? into the investigation of .' 0\4-80Iln\
i Drop Us A Card or Call
tfchgA
Under $50 ) Springs. Sen. Emory the barbarism charge., CARt) 0. ...". KII INSURANCEGE
Gainesville and an _.*.. e>. lea. _-.._....." PALATKA EA 5-9163 I CY
Red Cro of
( ) s classified In the. Tele-
Emr w.rd '..... >S. _. .< ad Keystone lit*. 473-1692'
Pete Gibson of Perry. Rep. MKS. PEGGY SMALLER graph brine. results.INSURANCE. I II
of Lakeland Co.nnkt.IJM 209 E. Adkln St. Ready Mix Concrete, Con
Reedy repre
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the governor' office on HydrocarbonsRoad SILVER SANDS LAKE I Shines, AgeDtTYPEWRITER I FOR RENT crete Block, Sand. Rook
Furnished 1
!!! I Inspection.Rep. .. I $2,700 to $3.500 I AT REDUCED RATES and 2 bedroom apartments Commit Mortar, Steel.. Oy*-

Gene Shaw of Btarke GATOR DONE LAKE AUTO, FIRE BOAT Unfurnished 3 bedroom tea Shell tlmeroek. Roof
attended the tour. Is Let I I DOYLE K. CONNER
'L_ $3,575 to $1,275 I house. W. H. Nollmwi, 510 Gravel, Precast Lintel and.
The Inmate Brooks Has I INSURANJCFI) AGENCY W.
Cherry
j St.
A V .
tfchs
EASY TERMS Window' Sins. Everything
two terms for breakingand I tfchg -

Full Lake entering from ,Dade Coun [Continued From Pr One See S. E. McKay I AFTER CHRISTMAS starting i tar, Mwwmry jConatrucUoo.

: In three of confine. Myers Power new classes for
Homestead ty. years trlct, began work on when he Keystone Heighta ToolsArea our late I
In the prison, DiT. Wain- took office three years ago Suppliesfor 473-4710 or 473-4192: Headquarters For corners Tap Ballet Acro, etc.

wright said. Brooks was 'pun this January.The rhonem 473-4818 I Lawnmower Ph. 964-1098. tf chg'
Power
Tools Bradford
l h d 14 times for various of. '
road will 'be paved from MrCullorh! Chain
Lake fenses including participatingIn All FOR SALE BRICK HOUSE Sawn
Furpo No. 605
River SWIM AND '
the Santa Fe bridge Pump & Water RE-
a strike at a road prison ready for occupancy8 bed SystemsBrlggn LAX. 1 Acre Engineering Co.
north to Lake :Butler. a A 84 rat pool. 3 bedroom
in 1964. Walnwrlght,' In room 1% bath. T oatod M.CIE ton Engine
camp Whlthurst > Just; modern home. 912.500 [
contractor
Trailer The Rentals Sales Service good
letter to Commissioner: Con- was not''P"esent' 'when bids outside of city: limits In -PHONI 230 NE. terms. Phone Stark.
i 16th Ave.
on Dec. 20, said Bmoks'overall Plnebreeze. Easy mont.hJJterms. No.
were opened and Hamilton. said i Gainesville 592 SECLUDED 20(
On Boat 100 adjustment was described Longchamp Const, Co. 378-8411 ACRES. 3 964-5403
Wednesday, he did not know I miles of Starke. |
Keyatono BUI. having been far' be- when construction will' begin.HOLIpm Contact Bufoid Mitchell, RENTALS: tfchg Beautiful building site Pine

Open Sun. & low average and he (Brooks) / pone 984-6853 P. O. Box Uar, week, or month.-Brad- and Pecan tree S5.0OO.: 1/3 i
238 Starke. tfobe ford County Telegraph. Phone I FOR RENT-4 room and bath down.

Ii 964-6306. tf 6852.furnished apartment. Call 964- No. 60S TO SETTLE!!: ES DID YOU KNOW It's easy to

ttchg TATE. 7 rentals and home. I own a Long-champ Home?

ttehl'I' BesfTime Toy I'' Location, price and terms I Better built for Florida liv

? SPECIALS ON, 5THSt i PllANK YOU NOTES Off Season Prices I REAL ESTATE couldn't be better. Interested, ing. Your plans or our*.

tifully/ engraved la New & Good Used BUY- SELLTRADE PUMPSNEW give us a call.STROUT Your lot or ours. Contact Bu-

.. silver. $1.23: for box of 2 BILL POWELl. AND REALTY ford Mitchell phone 9646833 .
USEDSALESPARTS.SERVICE
bL'I (cluding envelopes. I LawnrnowersFIRESTONE.STARKE: Real Eatate 2117 N. Temple Ave.. ,. P. O. Box'238, Starke. I
I County Telegraph. I Starke. Fla. tfcua
t The Quiet Spot For I.iquor-W: Beer 401 W. Madison St. Deep & Shallow Wells ((9O4)) 1164-8809

SACRIFICE! Titan :\ ,
Phones Off. 961-6461 Water
: Softeners & Filters

ii WE APPRECIATE'.YOUR"BUSINESS": : :living Coach JO room x SO 2 ft.,BR large FOR' RENT-Purnl nice Expert Service On A ClaMlfled Ad In the TELEGRAPH better FOR SALE shrubbery-Petunia Azaleas Plants,

'windows. 3 room bachelor' ,apt, near BHS. WE BUY used furniture, appliances All Makes brings reunite. and Camlllias for less. Ferguson -
Phone 4734178.
DeLuxe 3.98Gilbey's
4.95 Bourbon .
Lord Calvert 7f.
Canadian __
--------- 4tchg Private entrance and parking; or anything of value. Phone 964-7061! Nursery Ralford Road. Ph.

\\ Old Crow ________________ 4.85.N Vodka _______-__ 3,39F> ISO month.. Renner Apts. 833 Dahmers Discount House, 964. DUKRANCE PUMP FOR SALE 65 acre farm 064-6227. tfchgA
\ .,., M\ ENWANTEIILIVESTOCK MoMahone. Phone n 064-6279. 7923. tfchg AND SUPPLY CO. highly Improved Bahla pastureS .

II' Lord Craieri Canadian ____ 4.65 Gllbey'a Gin jjSKentucky tfchg acres Pecans. House Tbami
/j ------------- 3.98i HOMESITE Available 105' classified. ad In the Telegraph -
and
Beau 43, WOODS 'Oak.e, Cumberland : x lOQ'. Nice neighbors. City wells. 3 miles North of brines results.WAITRESSES .
k Calvert Extra 4.65 ---------- SPECIALIZING Starke. Contact
------------ j 1 I In sales of Doyle Conner
II J BUYERIn Brodder; year old $39 utilities, tapped and ready.

!J Schenley Reserve -------- 4.65 Calvert Gin ______________ 3.8f j-!(. and up. Water Jugs SOC earh. Walking distance to shoppingarea Real Estate and In appraisalsfor 964-738l. 4tehg 1-lt needed, also
$ This Areu To Train Ph. 964-5096. ltchg of Starke. Beautiful estates corporate and Individual -' FOR SALE 2 used 30 gal. part time girl. Apply In per.

Canadian Mist ____________ 4.65 \ Charter Oak _____________ 3.78 Learn to buy rattle, Ji FOR RENT Nicely furnished shady Pecan trees 2250. I owners.in Florida 30 land years. experience upright water heaters; 1 used hon. Long-hoi. testaurant. 301
veal and Iambs at rr Terms available. $225: down. mat 30
gal. table top water heafor South. Starke.
() P.M. DeLuxe _____________ 3.59 2 'bedroom house, comfortable ters. A. J. Thomas Licensed ; tfchgEUNICE
I Seagrams 7 Crown ________ 4.65 burns., and direct $30 per month at 6 per cenCinterest. : 1 used Floor Furnace) (
and Near BHS. I Real Estate gun
homey Broker, Stark*,i
farms. We prefer" to Ph. 904-5438. tfchg
) Inver House Scotch 4.51 Relska Vodka --- ------ 3..'/ .. $7S month; Renner Apt.: 833 'Fla. Tel. 964-5701. tfchij' type automatic): used Stereo I NURSERY Pecans -
d ------- men with farm or McMaJion. Ph." ge4. 279. Record Player. Well's Electric. Peach Pear anti Plum

; experience.' For local tfchg TI1S: RIGHT POINT for the LAYER FARM 30,000 Capacity Repairs. tfcnj: Trees; all bare root. Citrus

Ask About Special Case Prices view wrIte giving way you write. Come In only 1 year old. Eleven. frees container. grown. Azalea,

phone and background FOR SALE-*ee:*: r Pig*. Du- and select your favorite ESTER acres. 4 bdJroo-rn home, $' 9- FOR SALE-1963 Impala. One Camellias, In bud and bloom.

National Institute of \ roc and' Berkshire.--Elwood ROJK fountain. iv..n 000. Ph. 964-5096.. Itchg owner. Clean and in excellent Branded Petunias Calendulas,

Packing" Hox 16033, Padgett 409 Jackson St. condition. Sadie Elder, phone Pansles. Other shrubs. 2 miles

LONG I LIQUO luau Ohio 41116. 3tp 1/11 Adjustable Vinyl Book FOR RENT-Furnished 3 room 633-2175. after 5 p. m. Itchg north of Lawtey. Turn left at
BRIDGE : Covers. All sixes: 30 cents ea. apartment. Water. and lights I sign. Ph. 782-346S.

LOST In vicinity'of Sampson .at Tho Telegraph.. Included. Gladys Weldon. 425: 'DO SEWINO in my home 4tchg 1-11
teI'OM"eS14ed' FHA/VA
U returned.
Reward
Lake rifle.
I N. Walnut St. lip Gall 964-5674. lip
Available In FOR SALE .$400. Down.I[
Gainesville Phone- 964-MS8. 3tp 1/4 : OO NEW
I 3V4 acres layer farm.
,STATE ROAD 100 W. 11 MILES\ ; and Palatka.
$100.00 to $ ;$90.00 a month Includingtaxes Adjustable Vinyl Book FURNISHED APT. 3 room 7.50O capacity. Two ''bedroom

Other Discount I Prices These Price Good Thru Dec. 30 1967 )wn. Contact A. J. ( Adjustable Vinyl Boom and Insurance. 3 BR. CB I' Covert.! All sizes SO cents ea. with private bath. Central mobile home. 16500.: Phone
Ftenllnr. t4tlu'k'Ia., ., Tel. ('ov"...* All Sites' 3d rents as!: 1 House House F1IA Mortgage. at The Irk grnpb. heat. 201 W. Adklns St.2tchg. IIM-liflOO. Itchg
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: 5701. !al Tb. Telecraph.. Ph. 964-7420. tfchg 12-23'








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-A&IDI. n.olUD THURSDAY, DEe. 211. 1987


I ..;" r ,.. ,..,"..., ',< A Nice Story For A Change
: '
; ; !
Ii AteC :, "M: ; ; .,' It has been well publicized that the Bradford High
School basketball team will! participate in a Christmas
: J Tournament in Dunedin this week from Thursday
Resolved In 1968: : OTi through Saturday. But in just how they will enter the

tournament lies a small but heart-warming story.
To Do Something Dunedin Is some 150 miles downstate and due to a

lack of funds the Tornado cagers had to travel in a
About Crosby school bus, which means the pace would be slow

f re 'I G 8 1) I bumpy, and tiring. It was feared by Coach Warney
Year-end editorials are Adkinson, and apparently a good many other people
devoted to reflections on who care a good deal about how our basketball fares,
twelve months and rosy e that the trip would leave the boys just a shade
tions for the coming year. fatigued for their game at 4:30 Thursday afternoon.
This time we dare to Seeking to give his players every advantage and
ferent. We figured a "Happy opportunity to win that all-important first game. \
Year" editorial' about Coach Adkinson had planned to make the trip Wednesday -

t would shake you up k' a day early, to give the boys a full night's rest
thinking perhaps .1 before the game.
you to action. But the coffers of the BUS Athletic Departmentwere
That's the reason we're not sufficient though basketball has made money

ing about cemeteries on for the past two years; to finance the extra night's
r ., of New Year's 1968 lodging and food. Coach Adkinson cancelled the early

Rotten wooden fences add to the generally dismal particular, that is-Crosby reservations, but at his wife's urging he made a second
I Scene. Cemetery.It's phone call to again make reservations for the team.
a disgrace to any The coach was planning to finance the motel and food
respecting community, ( bill himself.

4tP exception of a few But it turned out better than that. A father of one
well-kept lots, of course.) .. ,'"/'., .', of the players learned of the situation. By Wednesday
We're not speaking of '' ..w night $48 had been raised to cover .the motel bill.
lots, some of which are '''f The team left Wednesday morning sure to get
order in keeping with the j :t: '. plenty of rest and with an opportunity to work out in
tradition. We're speaking gl the Dunedin gym Wednesday night.

overall picture as seen :; There Is a second pre-tournament sidelight that

the eyes of a visitor \ made us proud of our young folk as well as our grownups I
the first time the final and we'd like to pass it on too. (
place of generations of our ".1. Tornado( cheerleaders accompany the basketball

bears. team to the Christmas' Tournament each year, but they
It's a mess. It really is. Stay in private homes in Dunedin. A prominent doctor
If you've nothing better and his family were hosts for the BUS cheerleaderslast
on New Year's Day, take a year. The doctor informed .tournament officials
out there and see for : arranging lodging for this tournament that he wanted

-Old fences rotting the BUS cheerleaders as his guests again. In fact, he
rusting to pieces reefused to have anybody but the Bradford High
tP. 21 Tree limbs fallen on
: ; 1 youngsters.
stones, or littering the We think it speaks well for our students.So .
-Trash piled anywhere 4 many editorials seem to criticize; we thought
Trash piled high beside ancient rusted iron fence. everywhere, some even
I an we'd pass on a couple of good things about our community -
few feet of the highway .
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-Dog fennel and otheer -

growing head-high and : DIARYbat
brush threatening to r

some grave markers entirely
We could go on and on the pest with bag. aftei,
'; bag of DDT and other con I
you probably wouldn't trols.
unless you could see for e AI

Most modern cemeteries Along with other growers,
have perpetual care. Crosby we tried everything we could
Cemetery, the oldest and to keep the ear worm out, Including -
prominent in the" entire airplane' spraying but
It was next to Impossible
doesn't ,have any care-- fund'b Then to add/ Insult to Injury,,
the care of some individual one dayvhen toting sOme
,f Smaller.cemeteries. corn out of the field, one of
+r .; the county are usually the worms crawled out and bit 4

with a.church and at least, \ Sam ,on ...the.neck.I. ...
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year At this time it !1. pleasureto i
a a By' Lynn HamiltonThe .
ETERY CLEANING, w h extend to all readers, of The ,
everyone interested is : Telegraph a Happy New Year SAFE BOATING ONLY* Stay alert.'This .fs the slm
...r1 9 S .. ,. :4 J v : .r.42 w1LiAnolhertrash come, bring a basket lunch, at. and the wish\ that in '68 you USE OF COMMON SENSESafe pleat of all rules'of tone waterway -
work all day making things ; / : have a big crop of berries at boating doesn't require ,, and unfortunately one
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I 'pile is framed between to headstones. and neat. ( Just the right time and at the knowledge of a rigid set' of of the moat violated
e But when have ever : right prices.Military. .. rules or even years of exper- Keep your equipment\ bl
you [ / ience. It's simply a matter of good repair. Your boat. especially -
of a general cemetery using common sense, according and your outboard motor
Crosby Lake? If you do ; Pay to the Evlnrude News Ser need periodic! maintenance.
is better Don't let minor. mechanical
a
memory
one, your
i -I Ia' Increases Set vice.The first common sense ruleIs failure jeojardlze you and;

ours.The las1'concerted In Three Stages a thorough knowledge of your family caft.
Don't overload your
your boat. How does It handle
line
) t, recall 1954 when along this the Starke was i A three-stage pay raise for and perform? When possible! .Most boat 'builders\ affix acapacity
plate somewhere on
the nation's 3.5 million ser put It I though Its paces. Does'it :
Club, in response to a vlcemen cleared Congress! last slide or skid on sharpturns the Inside of the boat. Just
article on deplorable week, carrying an annual ? Does It broach or wal because a boat has,.a. seating
Crosby Lake Cemetery price tag of $3.7 billion la low In heavy seas? When capacity of eight' doesn'tmean
this Is a safe load.
effort at a general caught In a sudden Bummer
some
1969.The Obey the law. In additionto
know what to
Now however things first-year Increase was storm you'll
,
federal
Ouard -
U. .S. Coast or
made retroactive. to October 1, expect from your boat. You'llbe
far for the Garden
gone too Other Increases are provided In able to safely maneuver It waterway relU1.a.tdona.mOIl ,
or any other group of ,,1963 and 1009. based on expected to shore. t. areas have local. rules.
redeem. It will take real : Know and obey these laws.
increases for federal Respect the weather. You
They were made: for your protection -
i < power to move those fallen civilian workers. The flr.t- don't' have to be a meteorologist _
and cut the underbrush year cost was estimated tat to know when a summer j
beginning to resemble an about $633 million.In storm la possible When plan-, William A. Moitt
jungle. It will require several addition to the Army, nlng'a boating holiday, pay,/
"- ( Navy Air Force and Marines. close attention to weather William A. Moltt. 78 died
I Walled-in)lot l; almost completely 'hidden ,by under. dred dollars-perhaps a to- the Increase also applies. to the forecasts. When In doubt con- Sunday Dec. 24, in Lakeland.
brush. or more to do the job Public Health Service CoastGuard sult a competent. authority. If where he had been a. short
should be done. The Garden and the Coast and this Isn't 'possible. It's best to while at the home of his deter -
members'could be useful Geodetic survey which use) stay safely ashore. Mrs. W. W. carter.A .
course, in supervising the ] military pay scales. Carry the proper boating native of Starke he wan
and doing the lighter Under the measure, a four- equipment., In ,addition to the son of the. late Mr. aid
star general who now gets $2. Items required toy the U. 8. :Mrs. A. E. Moltt. and lived
beautification. : 001 a month in basic pay. Coast Guard and local or here for many years.
Crosby Lake Cemetery would receive $2,113 a month State, 'regulations carry any Surviving are. three sisters.
pecially the old part, with its while a private's pay would SOup recommended" items as well. Mrs. Eva Tyson and Mrs. W.
cient oaks and gentle slopes ., from $90 to $95 'a month. Too many' boatmen think W. Carter of Lakeland and
the shores of the lake The bill also Increases allowances there are only two speeds stop Mrs. George Cook of Miami:
beautiful to town.nklngenlisted and full throttle. Don't ask and a slster-ln-law. Mra. Ara
be of the most ;
one
personnel for housing for dependents for trouble. Regulate your Moltt of Starke.
In the county with proper and makes other adjustments speed taking, Into consideration Burial was at Lake Worth.
tenance. Once it Is in military pay. the weather, winds and where he had lived for many
cleaned, it would be an possible congestion.! years. a_..-
to owners of lots to keep
presentable condition. As

now, the task seems
no one make much of an'

One problem, of course, is

fact that many .families, ,
t loved ones buried at, Crosby, it ,,
moved from the community .
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Moss-laden oak has fallen on tombstone ((center) behind have "died out," 'Iwith no d rr k4 ,
take 1 >f r
member left to an
old iron fence. ,
that if 1' jth Rr
We believe, however,, '
way can be found to contact
who have living '
still
(Please! clipand mall, to Mrs. John .Simpson.. Zee S._ Wat.r they would be glad to ,
St.. Starke, Fla. or to The Bradford County Telegraph. Make
to a clean-up fund. Later, a
Fund.)
checks payable to Crosby Lake Cemetery" '
might be' started to raise a l
!< 6 ,,
i Enclosed Mr.2 ctu+h', check or,money order ,for *>- >1 ., 1w r.i
, as my contribution toward fund for 'general cleaning of : $

Crosby Lake Cemetery. I understand'that. thUwill' be .deposited The Bradford County Telegraph .

In a local bank;' until enough ha been received to. do' ESTABLISHED 1879
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a worthwhile Job of cleaning.
E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher -.i _
dale I would contributing a -
At a future Florid* OUet Weaklymbil. ..*. p..tl..ty lldi ,. ._. _., i ... -- --- *Mfiifc **" .fcg.J H

fund for perpetual care, of the cemetery---- (check apace V.... The: .... MM fe4. Yea"'sl-i98i------u-; I
--- Could This'Be New
if l int re.teM.T. s "f _

Signed ______ ----- ru------ aek Thursday aY Mt r4 M Bee.M Qsae. ...n. a4 tile Toot Oft*> Who remember when the swinging! thing to do In bullet donned their bonnet and bustle. Mid the
as.rk... .,....... md. ...r A.* .( March Sri, 17*.. fttarke on New Tear' Day-or any other Jiolklay, or Sunday men their derby hats. and off they'd go-thft more affluent

Address _____a.-____ .......,... ha .... area 1 -r-. t'....r. a..er; par afternoon, for that matter wan, to take a. stroll down t. one. Iq a hone" and buggy rig. like that at fort-and the I
--- 0...... Meds art 1 Jr. ...$i 8 ........ 1II toe old wooden bridge over' Alligator Creek? other. on foot. Simple pleasure wore definitely "In" wheel,

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schools and minimizes spend dumping ground forslow commercial cooking and bak Registration., in the .adult\ fo 76 years oLage .._.. C'IHL ACTION ,, VICTITIOV: AKKIKAVir* NAMK BTATl'TK
New Vo-Tech Center.Comfes' ing1. learners and high school drop- ing. This is true Plaintiff, v. David Leu OiKlacy
I la ow new classes Is"very o 1sy. A person Value Of System Defentlunt HARRY OKURN D. D. 8STATIO .
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. No Uumplntf UrouiulIf outs. center in Sl'arke.: may attend: the class the first Far from being Just an-4n-,.. Votloo. Of Suit -No Property, OP OH1 KLXHIIDAfOUNTY UUVA1
you think of a workshop In many communities of Work Toward Diploma night and sign up for the dustrial workshop or garaffe, TWr iitlon h.rby notified. hn beon thatV (nn this Iiny l personally! ,.
Academic Vocational Education or'an atmosphere of wold I nit Florida, students who won't The actulemla program of course. He will be charged an the Bra tord-Unlon Vocational- .mfrt' \ atialnut for you Dlvoi.and you" ,are" Dpnrt'd hc'fore'. me, an "rn""r IIJ,
-- - and garage mechanics When go on to college receive Intensive the school is combined with enrollment: fee of $3 If he is Technical! Center and Adult required tc. ae"'" a copy of duly authorlsod to ..dmllll.'r",
the center is mentioned, you' training in occupations the vocational program to above the 7th grade. Enrolleeu School Is an integral and Invaluable your written. ,,1..C..n.e8. If any outlw. IIAUUY. QlltTEN, U I I.> /
I flrnt .
Academic: and vocational education in Storke, with a beautiful and II> it, on lh<- plaintiff B attoriiy who he nit duly ewiirn, .1|,;
need to brush up on your ranging from auto mechanics make the vocational and technical In (piacles one through. six are part of the Bratlfnu'CdOnty who o nnini' and Mlilre jjum-'B. and tiaxa'/ :
are eucceuBfully combined : expensive Dew building which information. Vocational education TV and radio rrpnlr, ar/rects worknblo. A student exempted from registration: ifchoH! ,.,ay tom ,and ;I. Qeonre II. I'l l rB*, 303-203.:: The n 11 mo* of all the pei-muii,, '
in the new Vocational-Bradforci- I i I houses TOfny activities. It laI no longer rates as a office practice, I13.M: machines' cpn' bo working on his foes, although each student people In this'' -area: who want 'l'eDpl.v./ ... Sturke: ,with Florida the 1 In tli"foreitolnw buBlnau oonduoted fU'tltloun 111101.1'tbe '
UnJon O /unty Area open 14 hours per day five .inil file the orlvlnal num..
typing and shortnand, and even, high school! diploma at Uvsamo munt ''be registered.A I to etay abreont of tbe worlil! clerk ot the above iityled court and the extent of the Internist I
Center and week
days and draws I
Technical Training ( a stu- time he la before January 14, 191111<| ot each of them in said buelneuIn / ,
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learning a iiou: should. dpVote nn or
Adult School recently opened 1 i drntr from Union, Clay: and I very surressf course [n through iduc&' otherwl.. a. judirmont, may be an follow:
here awarding1 to MM. BernJce I Bradford Counties, and: other I II trade. the adult' chvision Is the, Gen sojne time to learning t.ntetnd avulnnt. you for the re- HARKY ORUlffN. D. D. 8., P.",.
I I In conjunction with the vo potentials orfered lint demanded In the complaint 100 per cent.ny
D. Bateman, night principal of surrounding area eral Education DeVeK1 t> tntProgram. ) 4bput tilt many} /./ r>r. Harry a ruen. Pro.ulclont. .
II cational-technical' training, e the school facilities. or petition.

the center. Students take acanemic i,bJects It is a bruan-up through WHn.. my hand and the will .
Opportunities offered ty the at their home high' I program of major Importance! course designed to prepare persona Take (time to vUit rmtenter i>f mid Court on Doiember U- Sworn to and ubwrlhrd b..
is the Ad "It Education Pro 'techno! and'' 'flhd out abqut 1'lflT.SEAL.! fore me thin 13th day of Dec.
now confer are outlined In the acnool and attend the Voca who have no high (! .) emher, 1IH17.
gram. Classes are offered In for the OED test given clauses on a full or part- .irirbasis. : A. B. Blackburn,
following article by Sirs. Bate tronalTechni".l1001. :/ on a diploma Charles A. Darby /*/ Jr.
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: part-time basis. The I the daytime d at night in Obtaining a state high; I An Clerk of laid Cr.r.rt, Notary Public
man program under the supervision of Mrs.Bateman. By Virginia. F'. Uuruy lily OommleHloti Expires Auv
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Is located avoids school equivalency diploma. FoVUUtftfrther InformatUr.a'bout '
This new facility I duplication of vocation A full schedmo is A. ))"l>ul, I 23, 1970.
m the center of a 44-acro site I al facilities in neighboring The GED test is given in i aityvphase ,of the school, Cle'l.U'U 41 1/1 12/21 4t l/u
in. at with
night students
progress this county three times a'' contact ;' the local, .direct" .
Math, Science
taking1
year. Some people take it asa Lawrence, T,. Oght"bfor Mrs
Social Stui&ea:: and Engllsn for
----I credit. General Education hobby, or t'o: keep, their Bernie 1 p; Bateman, nlfftil
minds busy while others take principal! and"program, coordinator
Classes and Adult Bnslc courses
for advancement, or 'to the' '
Including Consumer Education it Job of dUt Hclucatlon
are offered from T to' get a '""better Job. Whatever Program!' phone 001-6150.
it Is a very' worth
the reason,
9:30: each night.; Classes are At the ., ,
while program. present I
I taught on Monday, Tuesday!
time we have students ,enrolled .
Wednesday, and Thursday all the way from 16 :NOTICKI Happy
nights for students of all agfes. i will not bo'' affiliated, wlfli N Rw Yo

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bring you only I ft or if'!*
good fortune I NOTK-H >::01 HKMKBT/: ; GIVEN:-
thLt| the uniloraisned. doalrlnKto /
and happinesi. I .enKitit in buiilneN undnrtha .
flcllllntla name.of STAIU
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Str' .er. Starker Florida,
Intenda t"> rtKl, .tor.Ah_ paid n .me
Take the
with the r-iprk of tha Circuit
Court tit rftdr"r.Jounty\ ,
New Year- Florida. Uurk., I. 1:1;: II nlf ton. molt-1
Make it owner. 12-4 4ti-hff 12'2K
Charley E. Johns

your best ever, !. ....h.- rirmlt Court, .ninlithJuill.'lnl .
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in the New Year.

May all your days

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11ZL I Homer and Christine Be t' The year changes, but .
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the New Year now dawning, true happiness

::1 and luck
there is hope for a world full all year good: long.

''of joy and happiness. I I .

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TIiVR4D.1Y1.!.! "R I>EC. 28 19B7 niUDFmm COTTNTV TF.I.FORAPIt.' BTAKim.' FLOIltDA I" --...-:"Scf'-tlon; -'Pa..e_' 1 _
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mulmfora Church, Rev. L,, A. I .. -c. Headquarters of the Selectvel I
Tuesday morning, Jan. 2, for I to organize and play Sampson .
Colored. .Citizens f the 1908 term. Teachers are chui-oh choir, the first bo sator.: Sunday School( 10 a. SECECTIVESERVICE Service 8Y \\.t'ln. I
I '- looking forward to see all the own and operate grocery m. The Missionary! Union will Question i I! ant a, doctor
1 New happy) faces present, and buckle -I tore, and the first to own be! held at Mount Zion A.MB f IM. D.I. 39 y.iw. old and
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a dawn: for hard work until and;! operate': < ttwatre' for colored Church, Lawtny. at 11 a. m. Questions-Answers have rwver .rved In the Arm- ,
l I ) spring vacation people: ) In Starke. Watch NI/J'ht/ services wiH' b'! --- ed Forces. When. will my H.i- '
..1'J I There e will! be a basketball I She- was-holp2ut nursing: held at Greater' Allen Chapel Queitl, :>n: I am 27 years old blUty end? S.
) I RECREATIONi ; game on January 5 at 7:30.: the sick in the co.nmunlty and starting! at 10 p. m..-with mes- droll<< have been deferred? In Answer: Man wn are physicians -
i t i Thj..Falcons will play a Come and cheer the Tteer. In ?ewing; \veai-lng apparel.' I -.aBe delivered by Rev. L. A. C'.tws' tU-A because I was the dentists or certain !'
r t i fame' .Saturday. Dec. 30, in,I 1 anii Ttaerettes to victory.IpTO She was active In church act Sampson.: Tne jjubMcis Invited stole'support: : of my Invalidmother. lied! meloal; specialist
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i i the'fUE gym I, fans are Invited to at.1 -'. .dal: sjrvires for Mrs. I School teacher of Beginners Mount Zion AME Church, died and l' was reclassifkd bi til lICe 35.
I tarots 4 :' 'it: :t'L. Pullum were'held in and Seniors, and a Rev. M. Knight! pastor: An Clays I-A. What are my ohan-
SCHOOL NEWSNew Aleri'Cha--el} ; AME Church en aides! e:'''.ie was president: of Emancipation pn-ontram!' w111 be ces of'being called?
1\\ ;years,, hallo.. will ring I Sunday, Dec. 24, with Rev. L.I Grand Union PaUbe, .res LodjteNa. held, at MJUII\ Zion AME :Answer: Selective! Service
:3'* A. Sampson offIciating : 80, of Starke, ,from the Church on January 1 at 3 p. Regulations require local
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e ,; .t: )1'. .' '. .: Mrs. Pulluin, was born on time: it was organized, here m. Rev. Robert Dr-11-:: pastor of boards l to select registrants 19 7otRetl \S
il Nov.. 13, 1880 in Americus, O<\. until her health faUei=! her. Bethelhem Methoxilst\ Church, to: 20 years of age who are In I
a' rr l s, I She was orphaned at an early Her survivorsare! : one OaJchJM. : : Mlkesvllle. Fla.! will be the Olrtas I-A I-A-O or I-O before
aae and was reared by an un- Miss Jaepuellne McKln- "';peaker. AU' clllfens are invited th JV rail ini-n acted 2fl to 35! I
/ v ,,,. w iL7y clqand aunt, Mr. and Mrs. non of Starke: one step I to nttend. unless the cull by the Depart 1aie ftt
app I Rail! Tyson, cf AmerlcuS Qa. I grIm ':touchier: Mrs rtuthj Bethlehem' Fire Will Bap- ment of Defense specifies a
I J She! was\ the wife of the lats I Martin, Of Daytpn, Ohio arid'<''t1}I" Church: Monday night particular age group. At the tl'o
"i i D P. Pulltim-, who moved with several nieces and, nephews!'!; I Cnolr'fs'o. 3 anj Ushers Board! present time, the monthly!
t: ,- e h r brother. Amos Tyson; and I Funeral serviceswere! held No 2' will, rehearse at -7:30.v: draft quotas are being filled:! ,
1968 tlr 1\ ute Pullum. his nleze, ta:>>' at ilamSud a Y. Dec. 24, Tuesday night Choir No. 1 fl'9m<> men 19 to 2 -Yeat's of < 9C
r Fernandlna. Frem there toS.arke at AVen!,! Cha,pet A.\rE1'.: Chul"h and 2P' Jrr.'hearse at 5 p. in. age :II calls increase to a level '('! r''I '
r.r r. i around 1903, and built, with- Rev L, -A.-Sanwtpenoffi- Wednesday,:: night!. Prayer wlietir! there are not chow+h <; a i. itb
r. ,.,o"di' agrocery store on the comer ciating. Burial was In Pine Meeting. Thursday night, i 111?n in the younger ages tsmte'lhe ::iIII ARt. nDw W.Iq, ::.: ..
( ."" '" .. p o4$ their prriperty. with' !llvlnaquarters Grove Cemetery, near Gainesville Story Hour: and: Ladies CircleFMrtatf needs registrants =rn. .C..".,.'",-'lnw...r wyM u.... '
: r /in .' the' Year "until I under the direction of nIght Praver Band. who] are In the 28to 33-year ('1 ,. ""9 awuul :
they were able to build th<} Chestnut & Halle_ ,Funeral Saturday nl;ht, dinners will bracket./ and available for -
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RmG IN I'HEN \ Mo i I store -adjacent to Mack. Coleirian. : H me. _-' L bo sold from the kitchen. service, will be called In the '
e / "i'} ClIl'ItCIJ"'NEWS'' ? order of the youngest ih'at. trr Hotr.m 'Furniture l
I'I 'They moved South, and Greater Alleri ''Chapel AME: I Question: Is there any material 1300() S. Edgewood Ave t.I
wIth fitemi there1 to Trenton N : available whloh sets out ..
We welcome the New Year deep : J"1 I .. .ttcksrnwil'o./! Fleride : 1
for valued oi. ani;! fInallybn.ek\ to Starke Information concerning ap- ;, te Station.
appreciation many the 30'& and built the home I 1 peals .. 1.\ *
friendships and associations. Our wherei\ they lived untie their' I Answer: A pamdtlett-eull .rrwr \ \ \ r
very best wishes to.every ne. passing. 1 I fled:! "TakJ. ..g Appeals fr0m ,
Mrs. Pullum wAS the first ,- I II II I Selective Beryl-e ClasqlflM..Ji \ ,
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attended the Christmas program
eaVtttv.ttvmyyrrm which was presented last Everyone Is Invited. mother Mrs Delorlea Carml Mrs. Oscar Carter. Q. Smith and M r! Christmas dinner were Ralph had most of their family with
Friday night PERSONALSHoliday I chael In Jacksonville. Miss Mary Julia Futch of'Jacksonville.I Darley and, family of Starke, them: during Christmas weekend -
LAWTEYBy Church of God: Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark Tallahassee spent the weekend, Edwin Padgett, Lonnie Prescott of Kingsley A special! guest was Vernon HAMMOND
School. 10 a. m Worship, 11 Mrs. J. E. Crawford were his I and daughter. Mrs. Souther- here with her mother Mrs Joe Harley and Lake and Johnny Tucker, who Starling, of Tallahassee, ORGAN STUDIOFactory
a. m-and 7pm. YPE Wed- brother-in-law and, sister. Mrand land, and her family,''Mr. and Joyce Futch' and other rela Mr. and Mrs Is stationed at Aberdeen, and others Included Marian
Enza lllaochardA..u.uuu nesday 7.30: p. m The Christmas Mrs. Gerald Starling, of I Mrs. O, J. Southerland and tives. On Monday Mrs. Futch, Mr. and Mrs. Proving Grounds, Md JohnnyIs Cruce and family, and Doc AuthorizedHammond
progam was presented New Orleans, who are spend- children enjoyed Christmas and Miss Mary Julia were ters and family spending his Christmas Cruce of Orlando, Faye Cruce OiTMBale
Wednesday night, Dec 20. ing this week here. They all clnner with Mrs.tClark'S visiting Mrs. C. E. StricklandIn mas dinner leave with his brotherinlawand ; of Gainesville; Mr. and I Barrlca
CHURCH ACTIVITIESGrace joined the family get-to-geth- mother. Mrs. Ferry Newsom, Gainesville. sister Mr. and Mrs Huey MrS'j .
Highland Baptist: Sunday I ? Waters' parents Robert Carlton of ; Learn to play the *1 was
Methodist: Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Worship 11 er at the home of Mr. and in Staike Those present were On Thursday evening Mr. Bufond, Austin and other relatives.Mr. Mr. and Mrs V L. alb N. W. lOtll AT*.
School, 9:45: ; Morning Worship a m and> 7:3O p. m. Choir Mrs Henry Parmenter In Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Newsome and Mrs. James L. Waters Max dlle. and Mrs. Joe Dorko and family !Miss Frances,I
11 a. m. The Christmas Practice 6:30: p m. The, Starke on Christmas. I and family of Theressa. Mr. held a rehearsal dinner for Holiday visitors held open hcuse on Sunday. Walters, Miss Catherine. Oalne.vUle Shopping! 0..tel
Story was presented Sunday I| Christmas program was presented H, H. Hamilton Is a patientIn and Mrs Harold Crawford of Miss Beth Scosrglns and Dan- Mrs. W. F Moore Bobby Patrick, stationed Cruce, and Mr. and Mis -
night with a good attendanceto last Friday night Riverside Hospital He and Keystone Heights, and Mr.: ny Waters, whose marriagewas and Mrs. Thomas with the Marine Corps at Tommy Llnzjt I
enjoy the program and A fellowship hour and Mrs Hamilton will appreciate I and Mrs. Sidney Smith of .an event, of Saturday. of Live Oak, the Camp LeJeune, N. C., spent
special music. Christmas program were en- prayers for his recovery.Mr. Ocala. evening. Other than the wedding drews family of his Christmas leave with his
First Baptist: Sunday joyed at the Northslde Baptist and Mrs. Orvllle Bum-, Mr and Mis L. M. McClel- party, those atending Mr. and Mrs. (' ( I parents Mr and Mrs. Bill
of Oieen Cove Springs lan held a family dinner on the bride elect's Patrick. Other holiday /guestsof
School 9:49: ; Worship, 11 a. m Church last Sunday night. garner were parents Moore who will
and 7 p: m. Training Union, Watch Night services will be and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mc- Christmas Attending this Mr and Mrs C. R. Scogiglns? at Fort!; Hood, the Patrlcks were Mr. and
6 p. m, Midweek ServicE! 7 p. held at this church Sunday Rae of Starke attended the event were Mrs. W. H Hall, of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Michael leave Is over. Mrs. Norman Patrick, and tkl'ItA'
m. Wednesday. A large crowd i I evening through midnight Methodist Christmas program Mrs. Ora Spa uldlJ1g and Waters of Jacksonville, Moore of J Mrs. Patricia Lenzy of Ral- 4'
Sunday night. daughter. Linda, of Jackson- and Mrs. George Roberta Thompson' of ford
Miss Elizabeth Terry spent ville. Mi and Mrs Maxie Red- The H. C. Harley family Miss Pam Mr. and Mrs Frank Cruce
the holidays with Mr. andMrs. dish and children and Mr. enjoyed a get-together at the Mr. and Mrs. Paul I ea6rataawa.atlwtaqamaataa
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hassee. She was accompanied I Visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. I* event were Mrs. Harley's Tom Casey family ltaaw aro
by Mrs. Joyce Futch who visited Dinkins during the holidayswere brother Freeman Starling, With Mrs.
Mr andl Mrs. C C. Kirt- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burtonof and family, Mr. and! Mrs. A.,, and Miss Slnna I
.. singer In Chattahoochee be- Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. ,
fore retuning home Horace Cox of Waldo, Mr. and ,
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i erick Pltz of Miami.( i after completing four) years, Aero ClubOrganized Gertrude Houser. ert E Powell of Starke, spent shear and daughter of Orlando
Richard Cuendet a Juniorat active duty. His last assignment Special guests enjoying the part of last week visiting my spent Christmas with
KEYSTONE HILITES Bob Jones University, S. C., was at Cllnton-Shennan NEWS NOTESBy program were Mrs Robert W. brother, Wayne and Wayne Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Jaine an4
_, la home for the holidays with A. F Base, where he was work- Helen Kgaa Kldd, sister of Mrs. Walter with him. Robert Is back froma Mr. and Mrs. Art Wheeler.
his parents, Mr. and Mrs E, Ing in electronics. Thomas GroUck, of Jacksonville; Mrs. year In Viet Nam, and will Christmas guests of the
By Jim Fox C. Cuendet. will be working as a foreman:, At AirportA Charles Ogden a newcomer to leave January 20 for six more Lucky Lutgena were: Doug
Pica* Phone In Your Items 473-4148 Mr. and Mrs Richard T. of shipping and receiving: MORTGAGE BURNING Keystone, and guest of Mrs. months over there. Tommy and Sharon Lutgen, Danny

_.-- -.----- Sunderland, of San Diego, the Sun City Egg Company, aIn 'I' I CEREMONY SCIIEDULEDAU Albert Bachmann; Mrs. Sarah Hollntfsworth of Starke who and Sue Lutgen, Mr. and Mr$
I CalU. are visiting with Rick's Clermont after the first of surpUlngly ]large! number' Masons, members of Kuhn, sister of Mrs. Leon F. has been In Germany for a Kenny Duughtery, and Me.

IreneN THEME | On Tuesday of this week,I parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. the year. of aviation enthusiasts turned the Eastern Star, Estrellta Milner of Houston, Teraa: and while, and now headed for a and Mrs. Fonden Dougherty
,Jrfi and 'Mr. (Henry iBS. Magan'n -. Bob Morgan, son of Mr. and'I Ward of Palatka. The Sunder- Mrs. Gay Livingston, Sr. o fmeeting t the organizational I Club and their invited guests winter guest Mrs. John Han 18 month tour of duty in VietNam of Jacksonville, and Mr and
and son, Christopher Mrs. Bill Morgan returned to; land will be here until after 'Mandarin, was a holiday guest I of the Keystone"Aero I will celebrate together at a cock, of Ashburn, Mass. was also visiting with Mrs. R. H. Davis and son ot.
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. SeaD'O'f' Jacksonville Ft. Pix N.J. He will visit with. New Year's. at the home of her son and l I fried chicken dinner on Mrs Leon Milner was hostess them. Gainesville
: Christmas wen friends and relatives en route Mr .and Mrs Dick Sunder- daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Municipal .Airport Mondays Thursday Jan. 4, at 7 p. m.. to the Church Woman at Friday night guests of the Mrs. Kathleen Mdnnes of
eve guest of Mrs. Harriet Harper pent the land have as holiday i guests Gay Livingston of 's I night'! Dec 18. the burning of the mortgageof a coffee in the parsonage on Chlttys were: Mr. and Mrs. Ocala and Henry Noraworthy
Afagann's parents, the George Christmas weekend with her Mrs. Sunderland's mother, Point. The following officers were the Melrose Masonic Tem- December 27 from 10 to 11:3: John Rufflnl and daughters of Gainesville, spent Christ
Schaeffera.' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mrs. T. H. Dunn, and her un- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hunt elected: W. A. Fordyce, president ple in Keystone Heights, and a. m. of Keystone, and Norman and mas with Mr. and Mrs. L, W.

Mr.. and Mrs. Philip Clerk. Harper of Keystone Club 3 s- cle, Fled Dorman, both of and daughter, Susan, of Deer- : Robert E. Firth, vice the Unveiling of the Masonic The Executive Board of the Faye Hamilton. and daughter, "Pap" Norsworthy. "Pap" and
, of Keystone Club Estates,'and tates. Wilmington, Del. field Beach, will be weekend president; William L. 'Austin Sign. Church Woman will meet FridaY of Gainesville, who shared In Keba will Visit his sister. Mrs
Rudy Williams of Worthington Mrand Mrs. (Robert Gibson, Butch Kelley, of Marathon, guests at the home of Mr. and secretary; and N. L Wood- EASTERN STAR Jan. 5, at 1 p. m. Pleas the Yuletide spirit with us. Dora French In Largo, for av.
of Largo, are visiting with Is spending the holidays with Mrs. Gay Livingston. Susan l burn, treasurer. Master Mason and their note change of regular day My grandparents, Hubert few days.
Spring, /were dinner! guests at their Bon-ln-law and, daughter, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. is the fiancee of Mr. and Mrs. The following members were families were honored]! in a and date. The regular general and Palma Chitty of Starke Mi', and Mrs. D. G. Ross at
the home ot (Mr. and Mm( Mr. and Mrs. Bud Heeler. The A. Kelley.Mr. Livingston's son, Alec. appointed to an Airport Auth- fun-loving courtesy at the meeting of the Church, Women Joined us Christmas Eve for Melrose ate Christmas dlnne.

George Kaufman and family entire family was pleasantly and Mrs. Roy Tyre Eric Garber, freshman law, oilty Committee to investigate close of the business meetingof will follow on January 8 our annual! get-together which with Mr. and Mrs. Johnny,
the status of that and
on Christmas day. surprised when the Beeler's son were in Miami over the, student at the University of body the Eastern Star Chapteron at 7:30.: has been hapenlng ever since Ross.
Joey Johnson, of Lokevlew and daughter-In-law, Jimmy Christmas weekend visiting I Pennsylvania, Is spending the. report at the next meeting: N. December 19. PERSONALS Wayne and I were small Ralph and Pat Tillman and

..' Drive, 'was a. dinner guest at and Martha 'Susan, called towish friends and relatives. holidays with his parents, Mr Woodbum, chairman; Fred Twelce little "Indian maidens Mr. and Mrs. Newton Hookof Along with the Chlttys, Jean children spent the weekend
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I Mr. and Mrs. Denny and Mrs. Charles Garber of Fred Hayes Ocean Grove, N. J arrived and Tony Ball and son enjoyed with Pete and Joyce Barton.
the Kyle home oChristmas the family holiday greetings I In costume
McMurtry Yawn, Jr. and Bob Firth. appropriate ,
Hawaii. Is. of Jacksonville, were McRae'l Nelson's Point. last week to sperm the winter Christmas dinner with us. Even though It was freezing
from Jimmy
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day. Stationed in Hawaii, guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Martin son of Mr The following committeewill at Larson Mobile Home Park, Later, my aunt and uncle, cold Pete and Ralph went,
JIni McMurtry called the presently ( Hall. Mrs. McKee will and Mrs. E. T. Martin, t work out plans for a Fly- Williams] with tokens of In- where Mr. Hook's sister, Mrs. Roy and Teente crenshaw and fishing. They really had to>
family Christmas eve, and sal with the U.S. Navy. membered as the former MLsa I the Christmas weekend spent : in Breakfast and Golf Tourn dian lore which were dumped William Beam ST., and brother eon of Gainesville, visited us. bundle up, even with their
Marshal Beam a Freshman Into huge Iron caldron stirred
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that he 'will be home for a N. Is Reba Hall of Keystone.KETCHJOHNSON his family and friends. ament: Jim Zowarkl, chairman John Hook, and their lam- Along with the Crenshaws, rubber rain suits, they- almost
at Montreat College, C., by chieftain Edith Nlch-
David Fenson. and Jimdare.
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visit on January 8. with Phyllis Massa was home for llles reside. was my other grandmother, froze. After all their trouble,
home for the holidays olson.Mrs. Betty Sykes accom- -
Mr. and Mr... Ray Chance, his family the Bill Beams of Miss Katherine Ketch, of the weekend.Mr. panied Jo Reed and Janet William Jr. Beam, accompanied Mrs. Atha Copeland, who they didn't catch any fish.
Charter members of the
Ocala became the bride at and Mrs. R. R. Haynes, new by his children enjoyed'' spent Christmas with them. Mr. and Mrs. C F. ShawyeC
and Mrs. Dutch Kennies, of Lakeview Drive. Ilayner In a duet number "In
club enrolled the first
Arthur Johnson of Mrs. at Atlanta to Uncle Al- of Alderson. W Va. are
C. Cape of Orlando, and Mr. and tour to Oa. and on Grandma Copeland .
Jacksonville were Christmas Harold Snellen of Carson-I Coral, on Sunday' at 4:30: p. L. O. Methvin, of Palatka. meeting, are: W. A. Fordyce, dian Love Call"Santa Montreat N. C., where his fred and I, all received fishing spending their vacation with
dinner! guests of Mr. and Mrs. Newman College Jefferson, m. The Arthur L. Ketch home were Christmas Everett Fox and family.' City Tenn. Is home for the was the setting for this fam- at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lappe, Fred M. Smith, J. D. ) everyone Into the ban- college, and all returned those fish had better look out Mrs. D. W. Carpenter. The
Camp Lejeune, NJC. holidays with his family, the ily wedding. Reverend Leon Jack Methvin. Henderson. William L. Austin. quet hall, where he presentedeach for Chlstmas In Keystone especially this Spring. Shawyers spent Christmas'Day-'
On Christmas evening Mr. Tom Crutchflelds. Milner performed the. ceremony Mrs. Anna OttlnKer, of David L. Fenton. Fred J. Hay- guest with a gift found Heights. Now that you've heard the with their mother, Mrs. Helen:
and Mrs.. Edmund Dwyer, of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Nelsonare Gainesville, was a Christmas es, Marcus F. Brown J. G. under the Christmas tree. I Mr. and Mrs. Brad Larson Chitty Christmas Story, we'll Walker In Jacksonville. Th.
Clover Lane, entertained Mr vllstln with family and Mrs. Jo-an Canova providedthe dinner guest at the home of Zowarka, J H. Clare, L. E. Carol singing and redeshments, entertained the employees of get to the rest of the news. Carpenters spent Christmas
Dwyer's 'parents, Mrs. Ann friends In Wilmington Del.Had- nuptial music. her son and daughter-in-law; Andrews D W. Whlffen. Rob completed the festivities. the Park, and their familiesat Mr. and Mrs. Owen Bryant with Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Red:
Poole, and Mr and Mrs. Hen' :Mr. and Mrs. Frank Given In marriage by her Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ottlnger. ert E. Firth T. A. Yawn Jr., January comes In with Ad- a Christmas party last spent Christmas with their dish of Starke, and Mr. and
ry Scnuber with a dinner! par- I ley, of Jacksonville, were dinner of- brother Arthur L. Ketch, the Mr. and Mrs. Huntley Red- and:) Homer Satterfleld. vance Night on the 2nd Wor- week son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Mrs. David Reid In Jacksonville. -*'-
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"" their ted with pink accesories. guests at the .home of their held around the middle of visit on the 10th, and Friends from an illness which confined Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller
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MURRHEELmurslnce Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mrs.Farris Far- Thomas Arthur Ketch, of: son and daughter-in-law. Mr. January, with the exact dateto Night on the 16th. her to Bradford County John Griffin' and son of and children, T. C.. Jeff and':
Christmas day .
on rls aunt, Mrs. Pauline Dowell. Keystone Heights and Cler- and Mrs. Mike Redfearn, of be announced later Mrs. Elva Scott and Mrs Hospital.Mrs. Tallahassee, were visiting his Joan attended the wedding ot
Agency also of Jacksonville had mont was best man for his Miami. Gloria Murrhee are Improvingfrom ( Marie CQody [Chapman -I brother and family Mr. and Jennifer Lee McIntosh in.

lUcfaard Man-he. Afc Christmas dinner with the godfather.< Mrs. Mary Nelson ana Swann and their daughters. recent hospitalization. ] is vllatlrvg her son for Mrs. Roy Griffin and children Daytona, Friday night Saturday -
'Oen.rJ Zmraranoeru family. The Hadley's other A reception was held In the daughters were dinner guestsat Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duncan Mrs. Fern Huckett has been the winter over the weekend. While here, night, Betty, Mac and
CwaltyMarkle son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Ketch home following the the home of friends In St. of Lawton, Okla., and confined to a Minneapolis, iMlaa Helen Dittmar form- they went hunting, but had Chuck McGowan of Jackson
-Auto Bond and Mrs. Roy Turknett and ceremony. Mrs. Ketch was assisted Augustine I I Mr. and Mrs. Roy V. Baileyof Minn. hospital, as reported by erly of Keystone Lake is little success. Betty Griffin of vllle, came down for the
He/abas 471.4111 family also were dinner guests In coring for the guestsby Dr and Mrs. C. M. Booher,. Virginia Beach Va. are Mrs. McDonald. spending a month with her Griffin's Lodge, says that a weekend, and they all visited
taye n at, the Farrla' home. The en- her daughter Roxann. of New Castle, Pa. are visiting guests of Mr. and Mrs..R., F. COMMUNITY CHURCH sister, Mrs Albert Bachman. few specs are biting In the Dewey Murrhee and Frances
tire family enjoyed making a Guests Included: Miss their son-in-law and daughter Simmons.Mr. The fourth annual Christmas Mrs Nell Orayson is spend- deep water. Crews In Graham on Sunday.
Christmas tape. for their Gladys Ttllla. Miss Pat Fra- Mr. and Mrs. Don Mor and Mis. James Diokson luncheon of the daytime ing the holidays with her recently Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Bra (Continued on next ff oj l

SCHEDULE brother,who is stationed) overseas her, Mrs. Leon Mllner and gan and family of Lake Geneva of Boman, Ga. spent Christ- circles and Invltedi: guests ot widowed daughter Mrs.
her sister Ms. Koons of Texas. the holidays.I Delbert Hartley, and granddaughter -
OF SERVICES for mas with F. D. Chlapplnl. the Church Women was held
John Allen was home for a Mr. and Mrs. Fremont will be leaving for 4tt Mrs. Mary Chlapplnl of Pa on December 18. Following a at Melbourne Beach. ,
Tolles, Mr. and Mrs. Fan Harlow with the Her grandson and family, Dr.
active duty
PARKof holiday vlist with his mother, months latka spent Christmas in Mel-. delicious covered dish luncheon -
Mrs. Lena Clemens of Hill- of Ocala and Mr. William Army Reserves, on January 5. rose. hosted by Mrs. Turknett's Craig: Hartley of Gainesville
the crest. H. Thomas and sons, During my absence, I have BM3 Walter Wilson, Jr.. morning circle members, a Joined his mother and grandmother -
,- Ronnie Charles and John of Schuber' for the Christmas I
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Crosby, asked Mrs. Henry currently stationed In Pensa- fine Christmas program/ was
PALMS of Foley Ala. spent the Pensacola. (Reggie] to take over the cor cola, spent Christmas with, his: presented by Mrs. Frank Ilgen, holidays. I
.After the first of the year, I trust that you : STEER HERE TO EASY
Christmas holidays with their respondence. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter program chairman Mr. and Mrs. H.
SUNDAYS son-in-law,and daughter, Mr. the couple will take a wedding will be as helpful to Mrs.. Wilson, Sr. Mrs. A. C. Holt expressed of Jacksonville
11:00: A.M. _: 7:30 P.M.> and Mrs. BUI! Belote and fam trip to Morrlstown. N. J. They Schuber, as you have been to Miss Carol Rothhammer of appreciation to all for their P. Egans for BUrnham:1 ;. BANKING
ily. will. reside In Cape Coral Fla. me during the past year.I Little Rock, Ark. spent Christmas kindness during her Illness by ner.
THURSDAYS.' Mr and Mrs. Fran Harlow, would like to take this opportunity -' In. Melrose visiting !tierparents. reading from her book of
, :. 'ntG-P.M.--, Ren!Belote, Junior at1 William H. Thomas'and three to wish you all a 'Mr .and 'Mrs Grant/; poems the verse*; entitled, '.''''Y'T''TT' YTT'''..TY ..: ''to_.- t
the .University of Florida, Is sons, and Danny Thomas, of and successful .
.FUNDAMENTALBIBLE most rewarding Rothhammer and her sisters "Debt an expression; to God
: TEACHING home for the holidays with Pensacola, were Christmas New Year I and families, Mr. and Mrs. for the beauties of nature
her family; the BUI Belotes. INDIAN BEACH
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vlrgle Rowe arid children and Mi's. Marshall Gallup brought'
All EranlcM Held lit The. Mf. and Mrs.. Whit Wyman, Ketch. YTTTTT TYYIMELROSE Mr. and (Mrs Tom Chambleeand the Christmas message, and
New Bible' Center of Lake Geneva, spent the Thomas Ketch, oldest son of children. several carols were sung by (I.ab Mao F.)
Christmas weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ketch Mr. and Mrs. Tom Spurlockand Mrs. Janet Hayner accomp Bf t MkJutd. Cbl tty K ]
with their son-in-daw and was discharged from the U. son, Dick, of Albany anled by the piano by Miss Ffc. 475-2171
daughter' Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Air Force December 18,
-,,- Rowe Ohio passed through Melrose ........&&.. .. ...su I
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Joyce
Ily
last week enroute to Miami to

spend) Christmas. While here,, Melrose High School who sang Greetings, happy people. I I
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KEYSONEHEIGHTS I PRE-INVENTORY SALE I I. they visited Mr. and Mrs. B Christmas Carols for the hope you are all happy with
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen E. Kelley. They will be bock Woman's Club meetmg: last what Santa brought you. perhaps -
are spending the holidays In through. Melrose sometime Wednesday were Eva Cash, you are wearing or using
I Ends Jan. 10 Pensacola and Qulncy visiting this week and hope to see Linda Price, Diane Addison some of it now. Santa was
relatives. some of their old friends Loreta Chamblee, and Sue good to the Chltty's this
COST PLUS 10 PER CENTWith Mr. and Mrs J. J. Boyle visited They have sold their borne In Sterllen. Mrs. W. R. Burbot. year, and we really had a I ttan
their children in Jackson- Melrose to Mr. Oovln. Melrose High Music Instructor rather busy week last week.

ville for the Christmas holi Sgt. and Mrs. Emory Sullivan sang a solo Wednesday, we were visitedby

Working< Trade : days.Mr. and four children are now Duplicate Bridge A. B. and Katie Howard Drive in, do your banking, drive out .
and Mrs. J. H. McGuire living in the Norwood house., Winners of the (Melrose and son of Starke were down
MELROSE Washers Dryers Freezers and son, Robert spent Christmas Sgt. Sullivan will soon go to Duplicate Bridge Club the last visiting us. Along with the That's the road to quick, convenient

Refrigerators Ranges in Douglasvllle. Ga. with Viet Nam. The Sulllvans spent two weeks were; those for the Howards were Katie's sLater service for at our Drive-in Bank.
their son-in-law. and daughter Christmas with Mr and Mrs 1th: Mrs Roland Bryan and and family; George and you
BUSINESSDIRECTORY Black & White TV Mr. and Mrs. Paschal B. E. Kelley. '- Mrs. J. P. Vose, 1st place; Thoaalne Brown and children,
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Carr, and grandchildren. I Also spending Christmaswith Mrs. W. J. Orollck and Mrs. of London, they were all lunch KEYSTONE STATE BANK
MaJ. Gen (tret.] and Mrs.R. the Kelleys were Sgt. A. C. Spires, 2nd place; Mrs. guests. All of them went
Wheelers Discount Appliances P. HollIs spent ChristmasIn and Mrs. Pat Ollsson and Mary Cook and Miss Iva Hlll- swimming, and tried Member F.DJ.C. Keystone Heights, Fla
Amerlous. Oa. with their daughter: Melanie, of South yer, 3rd place; and Mrs. Robert skiing for the first time.wa.ter//
Between Melrose & Keystone Ph. 475-2401 I son-in-law and daughter Rev. I Miami. Clare and Mrs. F, T. Hogue weather was so nice, Your Friendly Dank In Your Friendly
and Mrs. David Piltchard, and Mr. and Mrs. VI rifle Rowe 4th place. came back Thursday to Community."
BEAUTY::SHOP "We Service What We Sell" i iL' their four randchlldren.Mrs. visited Mr. and! Mrs. Buster Those for the 19th were: again. Our weather to much
Pearl Wlgenbach spent Hlnes and son Bruce In Gainesville .. Mrs. Robert Clare and Mrs.C. better than theirs In London,
Christmas In Gainesville visiting Friday night. A. Yeager, lat place; Mrs. where.they have central! heatIng -

KEYSTONEBEAUTY her son and daughter-in-: Chester Wesley spent Christmas Paley Boyd and Mrs. S. P. on all year. However, they
law Mr and Mrs. Joseph in Gainesville with his Sashoff, 2nd place; Mrs. John did not try it after the cold yT 1968

SHOP Wtgenbach and family sister, Nancy Wesley, and his Strawn and Mrs. R. P. Vogh, snap we had over the week-
3rd place. : and Mrs. F. T. Hogue to thinkwe
Mr. and Be.a
IMN. a.ywq. Own.eA spent Saturday in Daytona and Mrs. Gene Easterling and and Mrs. H. T. Dent 4th might have a white Christmas --a happy
Beach with Wilbur's aunt and children of Eau Oalle. place. but It was too cold for ,
New Year! for!
Cr.a Ntl uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Girls of the girls chorus of HapR' snow year
Fourth Class Rob-
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JIv.r..HIW tk Landscape b. a year of happiness, success good y.ar.
,PUau.. All in eont lnr -
and achievement lor and AND GOOD X'
yours. 111<
you
Pleat *nytlm ,C.m>TH.a Ai .
> &J... Best of everything to all our friends. --1ftIJIe" oJ I '

.Il.I Si '.. Jiir la.b-pf.g .,'!tII.lJJi: I.J.L.11 .a. ",, __ r .., JIPIIt.( -.e. y..Y.y.,the.. :. May you Saccessb (
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smoothly y0J0"J's

CARS a year of ICItl ''inlhe/ TO ALL OUR FUIENUS IN KEYSTONEAND

'S. E. McKAYASSOCIATES KIM'SSHELL great auc,
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BIG 'CASH DISCOUNT: Insurance, Inc. Keystone Heights

-TERMSBUY SELL TRADE Mrs. Melba Ilgen, Capt. R, T. Lovorn I SERVICE Wm. L. Reynolds Jr. Home of Good Cunningham'sGULF Drug Store J IV::

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THimSPAY PEC."28.,1967
AItADlUBD.tXNI1V"tlf" FEI.ICOItAMt: "'AKID! 'LoamA
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January 14 1899 and was the both of Starker three brothers 'A. C. Feigert
H. L. Norman
son of the late Tobe and Sadie ,. B. C.: Norman --
Sapp Norman. He was a see: and PranJc and TallahaS-1 Will Teach New

Services HeldSaturday retired State Road Depart- Norman. Starke; Radio Series
ment employee and former JOTS. Lottie Edwards Brooker; I

Bradford County Jailer. Mrs. Marie EUls Worthington I A. C. Feieert. nationally

Surviving la his wife, Doris Springs, :Mrs. Ellen Barber.i known Christian: Layman, will

Rosier. Noman, of Starke; two Jacksonville; and! Mrs. Car- be the speaker tor a.new ser-
H. L. LevY] Norman, 68; daughters Mrs. Velma Done rabeUe Green of Belle Olade. ies of radio broadcast to ,be
of Starke died Thursday, Dec six grand
Also surviving are
"Your Radio Sunday
of Miami, and Mrs. Gloria known as
21. in a Jacksonville\ hospital Crawford Starke: two sons, children. School." The first of ,the series
alter a brief Illness. He was held
Funeral services were
James M. and E. I* Norman. will ,be born In Brniriiford Ominty on at 2 Saturday in the
p. m. Baptist station WOOO Gainesville, .. -.--.--, ,. .. ,.
Hcilbronn Springs 1 1230 on the radio dial. from
Church\ of which he was a 7:30: to 8 a. m. Sunday morn- NOBTH3DOE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST' LONG' BRIDGE BAPTIST
RAITOBD BABTI8T.cnviupa
member. Rev. W. A. Hogan. 7. I, BAYLESS HIGHWAY CHURCH
Ing. starting January I ,
pastor of the Starke First, BAPTIST cinmcn CHURCH 1 CHURCH
Mr. Felgwt will teach the ,
Baptist Church off telated..' I Schedule of services: Sun Sunday School. iJ a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m

BE SUREi Interment was In the family I' lesson International used by Sunday mo.School t. of;' Sunday School 10. *, m4: ,i Schedule of.services: Sunday 'day School 9:43: a- m. Morning Morning Worshbv. 11m..' Morning Wor. hli iir s...m.;

I plot In Crosby Lake cemetery the major church. denomlna-. I Morning Worship Service 11 School, 10 a.m.! Worship. 11 : Worship. 10:45: a. m. 'and 1 Pm, .--* ten' .Leland A., 'Evening Worship.' ft. p. nt.t
,
i I with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral" atlons throughout the world. a. m.: Training Union 8f30 s.m., and 7:30 p.m. Training I Training Union 6:45: p. m. Baker pastor. r Prayer Meeting* Wednesday:

I Home In charge of arrangements -' He. Is currently chairman ofa p. m.: evening,Worship., 7:30: < Union 6:30-: p. n.. Rev.- JackStolta Evening/ Service 7:45.: MidWeek Thursd"iV1s1at.ton.. 10a .a.p.,m. Sing, each Friday at I

large 'wholesale. concern p. m. pastor Prayer, Service Wed- m, and.7 p, m." p. IlL,Rev. Harvey Lana, pas
i and 'has been active In business Prayer Meeting, Wed.. 7:30: need). y.t 7:45: p. n .tor..
TO HEARTHE it D. F. Starling newspaper and manu- Po'DO.' ; A Meeting. Wed.; 'KINGSLEY lAKE' !, NEW RIVER BAPT18'Jz

I facturing fields for many,. 7:30: p. m.;, Choir Rehearsal .. BAPTIST CHURCH SMYRNA MISSIONARY CALVARY BAPTIST.>
t Services HeldIn years. lIe speaks the language Wed.. 7:30: p. m.t:. Brotherhood : Sunday School 9:43$ : ... In. CHURCH Sunday school. 10 a. m.
BAPTIST
I Gainesville .1 of ,the businessman In his: meeting last; Monday: Morning, Worship 11 a. m Sunday Morning/ Worship Li a.. m. Sunday School 10' en. m.
I teaching', and presents the I In each''' month. Rev. David Trala4na Union 6:15: p. m. 6U.: W. Pratt St. Training Union. Tp.; m.:Evening I Morning Worship, 11 m. la

NEW RADIO PROGRAMFOR Dewey F. Starling 66, native Word of God In a practical Medrtros, pastor. .Evening,' Service, 7:3ft: p. m.
of Brooker and an em- application to meet everyday COUKCn Midweek! Prayer Service am. Wednesday night service tlvenln/l/ :SerYte... 7:30-: Prayer
BAPTIST
THIS AREA ploye of the maintenance de- problems.Mr. IIOPE Wednesday, 7:30 p. m... Coma. Training Union 8:45: p. m. 7:30: p; m. Everyone welcome. Meeting, Wednesday! 7:tf

I partment of the University1' of Feigert has ,been active : [Highway 100 *t Th-1. let. us worship together Evening Worship r'p.. m. -I* X*: Parker pastor." p. m-aev.. B. HV i Buttar.
TTIIETXBRQNN
:
Florida died last Friday In 'In Christian work, ..bout: in Everyone weicoee.Elder.
,
pastor
., ,
Sunday School: 10 a m. .
:
7 I Alachua General Hospital.:: He his own denomination where FINE LEVEL BM'TISkSunday A. G. Flynn pastor. CHURCH OF CHRISTSunday '
Sunday Morning January Morning Worshlp11 a. m. :
lived. on the Hawthorne. Road he served as an association Union School Iff, .. mMornin. BAPTIST.'Sunday
630 m.
Training : p.
,
near Gainesville. moderator as well as holding .. Worshii;... 11 .. no. FIRST rRESnYTERIAIt, : Bible Study: JlO \ .
7:15 Sebeol'8:45 .
Worship : >>
Evening -
a
his widow Interdenominational ilornlng1" Worship''andCommunion.
Surviving are top offices In .Pre-ServicaBooster. ban6- a. m; 'Y *
Sunday School 9:45 '
7:30 TO 8:00 O'CLOCK : a. n.
: : : :Mrs. Lillian Starling Gaines organizations He was 9-ta, Service' It- .. La' Morning IlL
Toting People and. Pray VtdonL'1:2d'a
ville; a son Donald Starling, president of Ohio Oldeons for: Wednesday: Night ="agar Bvenln Morning,. Worship 11 a. m. Evening services 0.SO.: Trak11rt1 ::a a.
a.rvtc.J.Po m. ,
And Every Sunday Morning I Brooker: two brothers, Johnny, nine years president of Fishers -: Services 7:30: p. m. Rev. Touth 'ello\Yshlp\ ; 6 pp: m. ; 'WpfahlA setv Training' 17plQn'Td' :(Ji p. Q

II I and Aubrey Starling both of''I of Men International for Merle Packham pastor,, Wprshlp, 7 */. m. UJdw/tei/>( Choir: Pracica Wednesday,, Wednesday ; Evening1 Servtpe8:00: :f& Midweek ( -

After That 'Auburndale; and four sisters. nine years and served as 1 1f ,Service, Wednesday.: "::30. D.I)a p.rn. t I Ice 7 p. m. Mtoiiter'Jaclc. ,I P. Prayer BervUe., 1aa

Funeral services were held chairman of important com f ETnEt BAPTIST. CHVRQB- BLR T. D. I.. Ramsey. p.. 'I r'JseU., 't!>. ta. Wedneeihly.:'' or
1ev.ltogert:
at 2 p. m. Sunday Dec. 24, in mittees ire several nationwide. 1 j' tor p: Burch. -
ON Johnson-Hayes Chapel In organl .tIons. Sunday: School, 10 a.i I m.

i Gainesville with Rev/W. T.' His teaching and speaking Morning Worship. ,11 a:< m t ..,
RADIO 'STATION WGGG McElroy officiating. Interment ministry has taken him to 42. Evening Worship. !.jro'> p. B

I was in Antioch Cemetery of 'the 90 states and many( Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.: m
Gainesville 1230 On, Your Dial Lacrosse. provinces of Canada. Rr.,, W. 1 fn Your er
I near ", Wednesday -, An Investment : l/u): ti. ;
I Newmans. pastor.QHCRCH .,

The International Sunday( School Leniion will be I vvvvvvvvvvvnmvvvvv. ett returned on Wednesdayfrom Art ,

taught by A. /C. Felgcrt, who halt "been teaching God's HAMPTON a visit with Mrs. Don OF GOD j fT .E. 6111 a If U e M.. l
and family at Camp
Pearson St. Starke.
Word for /SO year and IS year of that time Lejuene N. C. While there Sunday 420 N.School.Olalr Iff a..m. Worship .
chain of radio "taUonllo1r.
on a __ .
By Mrs. Mary Williamsu..uaa.u.auaa.uu they were joined by Mr. and Services 11 a. m. and 7 ..,.. :;.:.:}:::::.::::::W'MWt'MWS.::::::,.::. ., ..... ,.. .. f'tt>&ttx: ;* ';:;-* -KVf.ix, : -:';
.v vw':
: sys ; :
;; } ; } :: : : : ; : ;
and ::
Mrs. Wayne Mat heft p. m. YPE' Wednesday 7 p. m: r.m.:;; ?:...:I':? ... .,{!!.?. ;.......,.. ;:;.......r{..v.x"; RSuNrala:: Si n
Feigert Is a businessman and presents the lesson family of Long Island!), N. Y. : Prayer Meeting Friday, 7 p.m. t

In the. language of the layman. lie has 18 years of Mr. and Mrs. Foster Hayes for Christmas. .-Rev. L. S. William pastJot. ff
and family spent Christmas (Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Mo- I : .
newspaper experience) ; 9 year of Industrial' publication :
with her parents Mr. and Clellan and Mr. and Mrs. Lar- TIM-
experience; and has boon president of a large wholesalefirm. Mrs. W. L. Bailey !In Lakeland ry Laughter of Butherfordton.! '1 NQRTHSIDE BAPTIST! I Aa I'
.IN
/ While there they visited N C were visiting the Eugene .

with her sister In Lake Wales and Dewey McClellan's over I Located on BaywM I l P' a ''7i.

lie hall been hrurtl on Radio Station. throughout theUnlt..1 and brother In Orlando. the holidays.Mr. way ISR 2231}at Rattord: Roa< ::.: A* the' old"year paste and.the ;U
The Jr. Sunday school and Mrs. Henry McClel- [SR 181. Services: Hund*} :! iffneW1
.
State and Canada In hundred of Churches f'
classes! of the Baptist Church, lan and family' were visiting School. 10 a. m. jiundaiMarnlng i..:: .,. begin. We are more con- :-i,
and Conference Platform had their Christmas party: alI t ., r:
relatives In Rutherfordton N. :
Worship 11 flme
a.
: m &
$
the Church on Friday night _.'. clout. of Itself than we are t
i ,C. over the weekend.Sp4 Training Union. 6:30: ) p. m ?. I. i -xt ::<
and ;
They exchanged presents and Mrs. IrvIn McCbrII -
: : j
| of the
Tune in WGGG, Jan. 7, 7:30: A.M. enjoyed refreshments. (I ashy: left on Tuesday for Ft: Evening Service 7:30.: MidWeek :;,:,: any. othe9me year; ": ..,

I teachers were Mrs Fran!k Campbell 1 Ky. where he willbe ; Prayer Service, Wednesday :::::
I
and Invite Your Friends to Listen Clark., Mrs Foster Hayes an d stationed.Mr. 7:30.: -Rev. Olenn Law :is:,::: These are' day when most everything ::': '

Otis Melton. and Mrs. J. W. Home boa pastor. I -:::: r; .ld ;i!:'
Mr. and Mrs. M.\ M. Match'- Sr. and Mr.' and Mrs. J. W. ::::: k' % 'd Is geared. to a.higherpeed. ,fa
MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL '

guests Horne of Jr.Mr.were and :Mrs.the Robert dinner Sunday School 9:45.: MornIng I :'rti:::': ., Automobile, H ..are'f.,fader' .' :ji:::!I'

II I JAcKSONVILLE Barksdale and family' In Worship 11. Training.: ,: "%. aircraft, Nt new record Production : r f3:{ ,
.,
BUSINESS' DIRECTORY Starke on Christmas day. ion. 6:15.: Evening Worship I ..
Mrs.' CllTIora Prevatt left on t
1:30.I : I is speeded up ta make the ;: .
Friday for a week's'vlslt with .
Wednesday Dec. 13ThA ;
"
her son-in-law and daughter I Park Lane Baptist Choir wad ,'.:::.w. '!'\ : A- j1 bet(. possible- .. product In theahortettime.butthint4ae f.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Campbelland 0(<"
Auto Sales & Service present: the Christmas'Can '
MOTORCYCLES PIANOSFor family. They were joined tata "Night of Miracles" un .: :\ \ J

LANDROVER by Charles Prevatt of New der the direction of George T ;s:::;-.at 'i'
>' <
York City for Christmas. .;;> good time to slow down and reView :.:::i
Jones, 7:30: p. m. w
.. '
Ted Curtis of Stewart Miss! '
HONDA Musical\ AdviceC. : the past and to make plan :m:::: '
The World's Finest In, spent the holidays with Mrs FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOt M -

4 Wheel Drives MOTORCYCLES CARTER NICE Ted Curtis and Mr. and Mrs OF STARKE *::::: I for the future., Think of the past :?If I:: ,
Sold and Serviced by H. P. Lott. :f. S.' r :.::
Roberts' Chevrolet; Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Burk- West Weldon St.' and. Ral- f:::h. a but only of how you can,Improve .:::J .

Green Cove Springs. SOBS ALL MODELS hart and family of Perrtne ford Road. :' :::;
he .:..,y'..., t on ft. Plan for the future :
Jacksonville, 2049600JEEP a 1Ir4 spent the Christmas holidays Sunday School: 10:00: a. m '-':. 'now ::.:::;.:.

Merchants Green Stamps to with her family Mr and Mrs. 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship;: t :' Make sure that will have Mi ,
Lynn Hall and Mr. and, Mrs. 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services: 7:00p. : ::: ; you
Established 1948 D. H. Crawford.Mr. m. Evangelistic Services. #:: time for &Ihe lord New Year' : :. ; ,
; thhj :
Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M. and Mrs. James Baker *::' ':
Chlckerlng & Wednesday: 7:30: p.r>>. Midweek : r
Vehicles Tues.. Wed:, Thurs., Frt Other Name Brands and ,family of Orlando Mr. Prayer Meeting. R Start now to attend church, ::::

.' seep Wagoneer Station' and Mrs. Milton Misner and Pastor:: Rev. George Green,, fi :
t Wagons Open Sait8 A.M. 6 P.M. PIANOS CONN ORGANS family of Gainesville and J. ,Jc. make it a regular habit.
Jeep Universal. 2631 Park Jacksonville 388-8519 H. Parker were dinner guestsof MORGAN CHAPEL l r I r

Gladiator Truck Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Parker. *:' ., ., ,., f
.
Jeep Closed' Sunday & Monday ::;; :: :: :;ij; :;:::::::::::;:: :::::. :::':"; ::::":::: :: ": ": '" '.' .:: oxc.r. ..?fMwvnx}}>;MnK. ....}xrxtw!. ; .!.r... '; r
Authorized" Service MOTORS CYCLES On Monday night they drovetQ I' Sunday School 9to.: mornIng :: ; ;:::::::: ::::; :i::: :::::;:: :::::;::::;:;: : : ;;;:;:;;.;;;::.;::;;:.::: : :'+VIA:<+!,'M'i.'J;:::::::;::::;:: :::;;;:;:::; :,:::' ...

Approved Tarts,, the airport In Jacksonville : Worship 11. Training 1jj Pell.NtGIsMN -r.ifill, ..iii Ie rir.Mli.ii." ...)."lis Me 37j\ : .

Wheel. Drive :Wheel 4940 Blandlng Blvd. PICTURE: FRAMES for Milton to return to Clnclnattl 'Union. 6:15.: Evening Worship, t::' hrsps..Idawllme.IlrrssnrupnlnnatwbYrlnrwWYd.
Drive Jacksonville 771-8244 Ohio where he Is em-' 7:30.: Wednesday' Prayer Meeting Y.;i! /W asw.dhl it 11Io .h!. rl kis Nw1 .r 1OdoIp'.e., d lie wit...... J : l i*l:

EDDIE BLAND cloyed. '1!30. i ,1.ree1: ad.ee.. ,M1ada.""- wm n..14 It Ls' will.Yerasry.. pohL mMdsoeNM ,.; t!

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon -.Bob I. Cooper, pastor. k+'s lns.. s elea... ..101 d sine. .-deleq.A lilt 0IunJI let 1M ak t d, 11Io tnIf.... L

MOTORS, Inc. PICTURE FRAMING and family spent the weekendIn :: .I "Mme,.... .4 Ml ,-u,. ..,... aer........i."r pens w.sai.. ...tell. ... ..... I.-. _

635 W. ADAMSJACKSONVILLE MUSIC I Eau Oallle 'with her par- DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH :: ....... h 11Io Own taara i1 .Ml.DM ton** m.'s"'- fees awl ds'1tJ ... 'tt m
834-7751 UNFRAMED PRINTS ents. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Pope. ,BROOKER #f:'::! rMar.. will ttt..cIIIW"W., 1- .(NQl..'.. i f1:i
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Craver :

Parrish Motors SPILLERS'GALLERY and family of Wheaton. Mare < Sunday School. 10 a. m. i ::: : : :;:a :: : ::x.+.:?::;:::; ::;;E _;; 7.Jmt!
spending! the week: with' Morning Worship 11 a. m. :: :::::::::;:;:;:*:; : :; : ::i;:; ;: ;:::. m.: .. .

Paulus Music Co. his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ar-' Training+ / Union. 6:30 p. m. tI 11.. It ,"

BALKS: nett Craver. Evening Service 7:30. Rev. flu Feature published in the Interest of a Better Comraunityby the.Follow

SERVICE Band *: String Instruments 1013 Park St. In Five Point Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Williams Lacy''' Conway pastor.DOATDRALN' ,
PARTS 'spent 1 the weekend In Tampa ".taK .Civic-;, 'pde4 BuspeM Finna

0 Gibson Guitars &: Amplifiers .Jax 333-8551 visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
o School SlJppUInatruction McDanlels and, family. BAPTIST I FAULKNER '
32 Years An A Dealer STARKE BUILDERS
Mrs. Frances Wadawort CHURCH STARKE Edwlt rds Go & (
Always'Good Used Cars Roberta. Recorders SEWING CENTERH. and Shelly Matchett sPent Sunday School, 10, am.1 SINCLAIRSERVICE I t. )It It _

en Lauru. St. Jacksonville Music,LibraryExpertRepair .Christmas In Plant City i wit Morning Worship 11 ,a.m.I }4kt. ,SUPPLIES! fac..
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Phone 336-5354 ,
Department Mr. and Mrs. Day. Training' Union. 6 p.m. (Evening U-HAUL RENTALS .
:BEAUTY 'ACADEMYAmerican Ardell Brannen of Blrmlns Worship 7: pjn. Prayer Trait Trailer Crsby >> ...tu..... AmOomptoto IlJUdwve
41 W. Monroe St. & N. ham. Ala. and Miss 'Jessie! Meeting Wednesday', 7 j p.m. -' : fleeMeatayeldsComplete 'H' Pate*.'aappn..

Jacksonville 330-8117 Mae Brannen of Bartow .were Lubrication ,Cast.& On and. .Sporting Oeod
Christ 4: '. '
SEWING CENTER Church Of Jesus J Of
visiting their aunt Mrs. T. 1"". S.'msr.
Hairstyling 3310 Beach Blvd. Brown on Saturday.Mr. ; Latter-day Saints ,Minor Tune-ups Ph. 9$4:5312. ..Starke. -Fla.CJDpt wrrn "rSt. _...___

Academy I Jacksonville 398-3001 1967 Singer and Mrs. E. L. Brown Services[416:East Call, St.; ], 709"S.Walnut Ph. 961-5899 1.:1-219:, nwr4tagtoa.____ .... ...' ...n-$427ODOYLEi

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and children,and Mr. and Mrs '
21 w. MONROEJACKSONVILLE Auto Priesthood 8:45; Sunday I .
Zig
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Prand Brawn and children
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33 -D391 Winter''Haven spent Christmas School' 10:00: Sacmnent, 1 k Lawson ,Meat" Market

OPTICIAN I' Like New day with their mother.'.Mr' 111:00., : Branch//President Insurance A'x. d '... ". R AND COLD,'STORAGB
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RiversideHairstyling .Console Model makes fancy designs Mr-and Mrs. Otto Kicks Jp.I i I I DeanRAiTlf 'OF..STARKE.INC.,. .. t We !!IpecWi;'iii Oa;tam. S&qIa'"
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fl-A-V-B "bigCutting,ArrvpareA fn&o'-'o
and family OalnesvllUi and
atltcnes monograms, f PRESBYTERIAN U.s. 301. NORTH .::
Mr.i and'Mrs. Charles '.Hicks With Your Mutual Agent ". per ..-.
'4 Academy overcasts sews on buttons and tamlly. were dinner guests qilUBCII; [Mtlrve-Keystone]'I PA... p64-7600 .t't'. .
moaotFLORIDA
2659 PARK ST. make button holes &: blind of MTJ and Mrs. Otto Hicks; on Sunday' School:. 9-S: i \ 222.N.-Temple' ) Ph. 961-7369 iSlarkeFla( 994.7t1as

JACKSONVILLE 388-8537 CCfESSIOMAL OPTICALPrescriptions stitches. No attachments Sunday. lug Worship. 11 a. m MornDr I' .
Accredited ,.Mrs and. Mrs. Otto HICkS
COMPANY Demonstrators $64 or $6 per Jsvmca R. Neale Jr., ministerr
: Qualified Instructor Sr. 'were-: the!dinner guests of Mrs. Carl Swisher braanlstiMrs. VICKER.Y GARAGE, BRADFORD '
mo. Call Jax; 771-1850
Modern Styling Filled Mr.l'and'Ml's.Buddy, \ WUker- ''\V; R.,BartDt. ,loholy deer'' COUNTY
'."t Monthly Classes S Broken Lenses Dupllcfc>*d If. & N. Sewing Ctr. I aon:ln Maxvllle on-Monday. rector ',528 S. Walnut St.; ., I I, _
"Where tomorrow's I 'AlMrJl-aad'.Mrs 'Hoorner Bruce Phpne 961- TELEGRAPH .
stylllltIJ Artificial Ryes .022 _
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are trained" Byewear Specialists tWESTERN, 'ot Sanford: were visiting Mr. FIRST TMETHODIST"; ;; I'I'ClltmClI. EST
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Automotive' '
,. 218 Laura St. Jax 356-5393 'and :WVB-s.\ : Ji L* iSlade on STARKE Complete. -

1034 Park St. Jaz 334-W8" STORE Christmas.04r.and. ,r Sunday Courcht I School. -,REPAIRS: : Phone. 0"1, 6305 ONTROL
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ELECTRIC MOTORS Mrs. Major Lanier 11:-.5-'a. m.J-: Student'Recogni' ; -

... of PtoJc. 11LU;;-N. G. visited tion Day will 'be observed at, F;;K fvery feed( Printing Supplies 1 CJIIMAL CD.

PHOTOGRAPHER LITTLE DUDE Mr: and airs; Lester fiUade for .the Morning Worship, 111 a. m. ,
ALTERNATOR SERVICE
several Tuesday WSCS Executive ,
Oils
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: Peavy Brothers Western Store meeting 9:30: a. m.; WSCS J
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Electric Co. dock'LMI::and and.tAlh11y Mrs.Arnold 'Had- ,meeting, 10 a. m 1/ 539 E. Call St. )Siarke; Fla.

.:. KLKCTRIC: MOTORS BARNETT'SCommercial Wh re TouTl Find Everything Mr. and Mrs. James were*-vtBitlng Bmomelai :Wednesday -. Bible Study I Charley E. 'John BRADFORD *' Phone 9I 745 for FREE

For the Horse ahd;., Prayer Meeting. 7:30: IiMpecUon8''& EstimatesUlL > >
9 and Poolral.Photogra.phy OamesvUla on Sunday.( .Agency
:, Sold-8emoed-Repali'ed ., .
Erjthturiast"rVestern nj. P'I ABSTRACT **" U i.
Gef\eratore-Starte. Clothing Leather Thursday Ghancel 111 .., Walnut Ph. 9ftl-507ft Company:
AlterationsArmature e Frames 4t Custom Framing RADIO UNDAY.S Trailers' () >
I. goods. Saddles and Rehearsal 7:30p.'m.: -
.. ,, Rewinding Radio. Station I OEPfKRAL: DTSURANCKN 15S W. CALL ST. CARC; HURST '
1230
WOOO '
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.. 1998 Blanding Blvd. Charles &: Sharon Petty Friday -: Junior Cholj .*.xxly But Nobody i vadereaU. .
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4044 Lenox Ave. JtKk.wn>'Ula 381-1IM' 903 So.'Ktlifewood: Ave. oa. your diftt. 7:30: to a a>. m.- 1teal'aaJ., i It p.-m. CburWty >a Joha4ttgeucy 3tarke( Fla. Ph. 9S1-6881 ''Uft7.. _. 301 & toq1r884811))
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many of Our friends Were not I Plans Reviewed to Bradford County over the watch In appreciation of hi!*
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Covers.Adjustable All lies Vinyl 30 Bents Boor.a INDIAN. .., BEACH. !I newsIsultpcse home!;;wliea: we ,called hey ar for* sill the" i jY For C of C BanquetSet I years( harmer ago. Manager Pete Novak I the wrvtoeB executive to the meeting organization by p...at.- -.. I

at The Telerraph. vlsitlEto re&tlvjfs\ of friends For Jan. 18 was presented a wrist Ident H. H. (Pat) Everett. -

[Prom Preoedinc rsgel tor the. hot dar, Sfa until net!; *,,,), l
week thlJ Is your' rQCIUng? a ''Ptana Christmas ileJ.'l'suestl'nre' : roUlnir-teporter wlsljlnar you set Jan. 18 were reviewedat -

301DRWflj Mrs. Ruby DyaJ and friend Wll' ai>1T J4 and; wooly KAPPTfNifwl' i ''Dean) Mr. Matthews: ': a luncheon meeting: of the peW\\t C, Jones Funeral;: Home ..:.
Charlie Owena" "aprf{ MjrS.. 1C\!,- JfF'-"o! hra's' Ley r :X would like to wish all thf r r' t Bradford County Chamber of : '
nice MlUer. .,.. :: N wr'e 'of Bradford! County 4Mefry Commerce /Thursday Dec. 21, I .
There isn't bnaeh' news I IEEON'8 CORNER I 'Christmas 1'Id'a' Hap- : ; ::- at the Garden Restaurant. STARKE i- PHONE 964.6200KEYSTONE

again this week, ,pecaua: ., "Happy?New.Year" W.New' Year. May they ;never Address 'tut the banquet 'will' M
-.I" A Haab Nee'y'Yedr' : .,. ,JIa e' to live through the be deliver" d by Untveftrtty! of HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3178
T < thWf 'tb.e'peorple here1' inSolttih Florida: resident I'ephen.

OPEN, SUNDOWN ,Jt..!i6-0, bfeJ!, '., Vietnam. ,are living' 4 u, v 'L O'ConneH.' c..1' Rental Services ._

Show Begins at 7 P.M.. \ LORi I A IT Uh.roUih, flow. 1 :Mrs l'.oyree Cot omlee u In. '-
MA'yo Wotrfep who bo pro=: HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS :
ADMISSION ; /tOo TO those may j charge cf the ticket sale. They I ;
Adults 75c Students 60<<: : ar A v aY' teat)>)* the.war over here-re- are 4.75 this year and! the CRUTCHES =
tAnt'rind' other member tnat'we are hereto menu 's filet ..
Children Under 12 Free I THAt EfEShawttlles I tQ. ., protect your' ''right to protest., R'4'' { 9 The program will also Include aThat's
The't7. s. may have faults, A a ''the presentation of -
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FRI., SAT., SUN. \ t : the most freedom YI
.. ; but It still has awards to persona who have '
Dec 29, 30, 31 _..+Woekdaye 7Sanday'3:00 Make new' ones In the future, of: *''country. ? !In'.*the rTMaLt. made..outstanding. contributions GLASS Our Business g
But, keep old ones from the world."T"1 v '
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Double Feature ProgramRflBERTRYAN : Saturday 1 may" -
past. To the class of 68 CALL, WRITE or VISIT -
We all make resolutions remind you that an education
Friday, SaturdayDec. McKinney Cited / I i FOB ANY GLASS NEEDW =
lAnd moet of them are steep. Is the most Important thins .
GOING
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would better world .
ham W a in :your life.
e.ial Double Feature I'rograinI'TheGfOah ,If W"meet\ of Vtitan we'" kee" '$, Sincerely ': let Lt. Dewey B: 'MrKinncy"kft. ( ), non ot Mr. ami Mm.Buforil I .' Design Modern Store Fronts .:.:.
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.. etyd S.. sat Jerome F. Colley E. BlcKlnnoj-of Route 2,' Sturke,'recently rerqlved a HUNTING? Just Mail Us A Pattern For =
loij&tt love..,, AF 14G51130(
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Certificate; of Achlevenmit from MaJ. Gen. Carl Darnell Jr., Table _
many leasJ.ngs'J1'l 1876 Comm. Sq., :Box 12491 .I TopsSHEA'S
i 'up above. ./\PO anJi nctscv,9 5307.f : r'vi;r.9omnuuiulig'general' of ,the Sth Region, lf.8. Army''Alr Dofmse -
IIIRISCH CORPOAATJOH i._ I Now. again I"say Happy New ">.1' Commend, at Gunter AFB, Alabama. New Star.

JAMES GARNER i :;r' aAitaid" T T ? J.tj; lcKI1nJYVIJII, ; predated: .. tlie? iriyard for outstanding fans Insurance"CO" GLASS CO. g

I face before, e.rilce'Ai, Vjieclal''' ."rvUf'M officer of Headquarters, Bth Itnglonf provide extra -
,And. may, you? all be happy; Army Air Defenne Command. soveragefor Buse: ?tE It's Glass -We Have It" :
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ROBARDS ?
JASON Now-"aDd-.fOtfeVer" more.( ,, NE E\V ABOUT 'Lfc; McKinney, grntlunted! from Bradford High, School In Injuries. ,penonal and /313V: : N.W. 4Jh PL Gainesville, Fla, Phone FR2-43S3 -_

:,' I Cpl.and received ills B.S. degree In 1965 from the University IDa equipucnt.f. -

} ( : I SERVICE"S EN of Florida l ,' He. received M.' commission. through, the KOTO ..f.imaged! r -
.TW jom STUMB; PROBUCi: Or'"Helm : r
: ,program and entered the Army In }May 1065. He wan formerly onuDefou -

...'..""...iu M....d.l........ slsunnal at.JI'nrgn.. nd,! .U.rrln: ) Indiana.; you go --
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MR.QfCKEN( fin e .t ,
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atTHE .t. wtlUam' =.,fituWty *> Lance Corporal Larry S.i I _
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TECHNICOLOI Y i ,Mass 9'a-ttty Wednesday, has i i Sapp. son of Mr. and Mrs. C. FOR THOROUGHLY --
and N01lqQa. ( p.m r.t S. Sapp. of Route 1. Lawtey, COt"Of Living Mqyor's Court I '+' MERIUJX\ ..
\' Is serving ''wltH the) 7"tK'Eitglneerlng ) ; ..Cent -
PLUS Community Battalion, 1st ]Marine tfp3 Per Four defendants had their I MERRVHOLIDAY! */ _
'. Church Rev. WILLIAMS
cases disposed of by Mayor -
COI.IIII.,DeI.aItPlllAVIOIIj minister. Mrsaeoraa.Cano.va Division! IA 1 Vietnam. The I In November -
MSMt! Leon.F* Mllner or'niejttttttallonl3'1to t Ca;V Wutst in Starke Mayor'sCOUl't Y T v
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\ mission H7 N. '
MiaWUldantl ar :
orcanl
The S. Department of Tuesday night'Jphn
usa.- ROY 'Warren.'SecretarySunday : I build t and maintain roads V '
: : andnstruct Labor has reported an Increase Wayne Underhill, unlawful -
upport Infantry units WalnutPh. Nis { ..
:: :school SV40: : 6., B> speed wilful and wanton r'
of of three-tenths of on*
I Marines In the use
t$4 ORBISOU, i, Moving' -Worship. 11 a. m mines and: boatat'tr per sent In, living costs during! forfeited bond of 37.0. 96 ..5391COLOR' "Another Al I :
PLUS -. r Nursery" JU; a. m. **rvlc< unit Ia also"eniBrftgea\ itt a'kt te November/" and' pointed to Dennl Sdlwanls Batten un- 'Sound Of ..
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mie' only action program( designed to assist signs that another Increase lawful speed and driving without k I I Music'!* ..
-Epl.o.pe. the Vietnamese people In. 'eta! 6e-\ expwt!4 thla inpath.The1 ; 'a Ucensa.; deed $52.50.( ; try .CVlica o Triftun* .et

,..f1SrrS'I1GUITAR} St. Anne's Rev. WlWam completing self-help projects' November figures pushed Leo"Elliot' Sapp Jr.vagrAll-: ttATt rttRM nut UNO MSUAITT COMPAWTIIUUS. --

I. Jones!, Vl ar. ..fcMomtogf such as the construction of to 117.8 the government's I,cy,, fined court'costs! of $ ::501 .OFHCCS BUOMINUTOIS IOINU -
wells culverts small bridges, consumer price index meaning -
: rr yer'an4 Ser -
{ ,) ; And schools. Marines In Vietnam Chat It' costs $11.78 now to -
ak hl mon, 2nd. and 4tit Supdsji service ...
'" provide the know..oowand buy. products: and
cALW4&)! 9:30: ..m. .. (nursery open.) guide the Vietnamese that coat Americans $10 In -
-:. Holy; nuchartst and .rmon these 1961-59. base. period. I : -
in ou
people pair Ong .fife FREE -
InMEinacHLDRi_ Pat ,and, Srd Sundays, tao: a. "The cost"oy! : "inwflcal-! "care TV AT ...
m. (nur *ryi open). Churcji pro'Jyota services showed a sixtenths'of -
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School; 9:30: ajn. "HolCu.ohartst. I -1 tt -
VvE. : cent inc\'ellS8"ln) UNrJtRSAI.
Sun., Mon., Tues. Prank W. Towers Jr.. one per ..
8 ajn. each Sunday, Mr. 'and ,:MrS. P. W.xowersoEt November,'"which 'was described ..
son of
Dec. 31 Jan. 1 2
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Evening; 'Prayer.; {4:30'b,2a: ,'aF.rq. ; '' Rotate' ,1, Brookec:, I Poi'"t, 'enysdl'1aSt" JuJieAndrows i ...
each Sunday. ETC, : p.m. .was enrolled In t.he"tJ' S. Army : ; montt.'a BONANZAQNANZAT ..
a Vprwb A Ml Bvmnl Mi KMUr PmMta each inday.Dafly ,.

LEE MARVIN"POINT !l ; ; offices of Morning Signal mouth, N.School.J. recently Fort for Mon-m.enslf.'e surge toal care pushed nearly the eight cost per of med cent I I l,. Ma1 rTylerMooro

I..and Eveijing',Prayer 8:00: a-m. training in one of the above the November 1966 *" endM N I

BLANK"ANGIEDIcklNSDM and ap: | p.m.Worship 1. q.! .. 'Kt W9cbHW\ t!>,. 'tau ht.tlgucea, | : vr"1' ..
-IJap\\ a ."ti.courses l -iJlipital"cosb'} were"up' some [ re- Carol Chaiinlng -
School\/ ,men'of". ""A" tf' yoi .,.
.JACK.IMM!: J oervloee ; Sunday, I la limited to 16 per cent over the same I 8 UC;!! ..
'. .. ; j i''J. 11 a. a., 7:30: p. m., IQUTMO' outstanding promise. During time last year. Fees for doc Feive; absolutely, Ij'ItEE.aiffirf ; : "Barnes FoxBeatrice "
!iff;<;:J\ }.open]. .t ta :..:,Y aN their stay there, they receive "indl.dentlats, were8.4 per ''I'
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beautiful GE tele-
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a. Sunday School 9:45 a. m ).raining( In ,the technologies cent above the previous NovA a, .

rj'ttP ''' (fMinery opeI)). TVatatM -tb oTVectttonii: : : efjulipniejvt. r.an ,ttn4el'R tbl/res!/! :..M _. M' vJslVij lti,each! lt J obile i!
Ian, 6:30: p. m. ImvMty op*,\] lag, from radio to "electronidbrains" t
.-,. ri: Rev. tawrerife] ",Carroll_ Telegraph Home purchased f JustIn .
classified ad In the 1
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: : ; ? PFC James H. Moore eon brine results. time for the holidays

F/.SE I -Lhtheraa of Jfr.. and Mrs. W. 'F. Moore TECHNICOLOR'trkhnOv1n

.r, ftL ; ,utheran Church of Key- of;J>wteyr repelvwj\ lobe Purple I. Kl In bih The JudlulaL Cli-emi Circuit Court Of Of Florida The- Hurry In now for
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stoncL Belghu: Vic*" RL:hard Heart Medal dilrlmg recent In- And FOB Bradford" ,County. ; -.
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PANAV1SION11 WT IANr0, ls I Mey ?,: minister.' ceremonies near Dais Tlenc. Cone. No. 114BLANCH your FREE TV at -

;......J.-.1 Vietnam. Pvt. Moore receivedthe B TV BKV15L8.Plaintiff :::irrMllr..M.. .'' '.M.e.an..r.Aron. emus ow.- "'rwarralu.al.e.e1
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to f MfrWM'M.1" MvtnMtar Divine ,wontUj:::! Sunday wounds received f =- :::::-
1' TT;4S \ award for wW4..l eueW..re.wn.--- aim
a. mV Moly | > ind v.DROVER. '
CompunojD ,.In action while serving as a EUGENE REVELS, 'J
rif1e nan In Company A. 2nd Defendant.
I Battalion 6f the 2fit Initaqtl'YDlvlslolfs. OTIIII.F at! : T1m BONANZA MOBILE HOMES -
"drover EJuffen Ravel Starts Tomorrow\ at the FLORIDA THEATREIn
I ( 12th, Infantry near
hotel 2lneendorfR'InetonMSI.m GAINESVILLE. No passes accepted. Matineesat
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I Da.u Tl\m4r.\ North' Carolina., 443t N; W. 13th $t., Gainesville ( 2. p.m.'dally'' 5 p.m. on' Saturdays; Sundays,

I Pvt. James R. Thlea, son of YOU that ARFIFI.n'action!$REBT for divorce NOTr.'FIEJD Phone 372-4285 l fl: Christmas Day and New. Yea 's Day. ,Evenings

I Mr and! Mrs. Joseph B Thies, ha. bun, filed.Kalji you %nd 8:30.STOCKINGUP.: .'
oC: KeystoneHeight!,.' .'haegraduated you are required O' serve, it r
of copy ot four written 'dnfenwie. .I ,!
weeks
from eight If any to It' on Edgene F.
recruit.training at the Marine ahaw, Attorney for pla.lnUrf.who. .
Corps.Recruit' Depot:; Harris .Street.. uddreii Btajkej'* I.l 192 Florida South Walnut and-

Island, S: C. He will now undergO fll. the original with the Clerk
from two{ to four weeksof 'nt the above styled Court,on or FOR THE
individual combat training before.. January a, 10D8, otlJe.p ,
"be entored -
wise a Judgment may ;
%nd then,''after, leave at home acalnef you lot the" relief
will report to'his first Marine'' ) deinknried la the oomplelnt.WITNESS : I HOLIDAYSAHEAD
: my hand and thee ,
Corps assignment. .. .1 l of aald Court. on 80th'
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Nbv.mber-1357. li H
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Airman Robert B.: Quinn, CHAlOJta A. r>ARBYAiTcT.Uiue '
1 and.Mrs. James F OF'SAID'
son QfvMr. COUnT'
Quinn of Route 1.' starke, liyi, Vlr lnFa P F. tiirby .. -f

i ,Make YQur.oyv'n rain! .!has Amarillo completed AFB.basic Texas trainingat 'and *""" "" Clark..,,:7'4t .Jon. Special .Prices Good From; Now Thru New Year's

Has been unsigned to the 'Air. -
t 11' f.1\\ ) > STAIKfBUSINESS "
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,.M.., n Force Technical Training J'
Irrigation is not an expense. it is an Center at Chanute AFB. Illinois -

investment increased* ; profits Assures* Is an far'aircraft specialized equipment schooling: repatrman. J. W. Dent .S Seagram's7Crqwn Ancient Age

higher-level, higher-quality' fields. A real ; 1 M '
:' '. f.-. e' I DIRECTORYAUTO too Proof bourbon Reg. $5.49! r
,0 during dry spells. I ( '
'. sop saver
fef Suit Against
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The key to thrifty irrigation is ;an elec REPAIRS'' $5.50 Reg. $5.29SPECIAL SPECIAL $1.69 *
Hospital Se"tHere Reg./ I

..'\:,: :. '" tric-powered pump that goes to work at <<< Earlr GarageALL $ : I ,,1.96;

;! a the flick of a switch. Always,safe.'econom-: Jan. 9. KINDS OF

\,.(;: .. *t oil s foal and efficient.'Turns;water oil:and qff A .*
:' automatically.!= .Saves on maintenance.Gives a BradTbrd >a I f a'J rll..e 164-10015' '5 I "
i4! : County Jtj p .. fio..WaJnllr'Atarftlt I Tai L lua Ta}* i Plus TaxCalverts
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.:, ,':_ 'r... .: year-after-year of dependable service.'' / Corp. has 'been rescheduled for .
.. *> <,< .- -' .. Tuendayl: Java 9, and will be AUTO SERVICE
HY j heard .In Clrdult., Court here.

See your equipment dealeri Harrison The suit, rfdmlrwtratrlx", enterqd by Doris for'the S. Gilbert S. Brown .
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$ tat or contact us. estate of Neazla! A. atrfoklaad. Standard Oil Service Station' Extra Old Stag
makes claim for damages, as aresult' MANY OTHER
r .. I of a fall Mrs. Strick' : ATLAA' 8 'Yr. Old Bourbon
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;. THUS .. IIATnCRn!: i
land allegedly} suffered'when a Reg. $5.40SPECIAL BRANDS

:: .- I.patient In the*hospital.! : .'Wet.1 Bucket' Phohe-Temis-Road W4107107 Service- ..- Reg. I4.8L.SPECIAL ".

I 1. I year age << N. Temple Starte $4.69 : i AT SPECIAL
f i The case was brought to $4.29
i ,. iio ., ft.laL. last montll bq 1.. a, mite '
I I sates Y trjal// declared foll'wingthei'questioning .HURSTSSHELL DISCOUNT
: .waa "

( i 4 i. .\o J..' 4-J01'IIJ!,,. pt; prospective< ,. Service' 0 : Station, ., 3 for 13.50Plus ; .3 for .I li8.5;; I ; PRICES


C- Oa Oils Lubrication Tax. ." I ; Plus 'fax r rr ; :
P .. 8utidyt of eacfa: monOi.flervloe \
Goodyear. Tlren a: Battnrlaa
; bald eacb Sunday ROAD SERVICE! "

aC i Bt.. Anne' .. 801 and lOO:' Btarkc
rE Ctttrch,' Leymoa,, e1abta"" For Your' Holiday' Enjoyment -' Live' Music :And
'rU -_- METAL WORK a .

r of -*ftmbyterlaiiWUvPr .byt rIam Chur I THOMPSON j Dancing 'In Our Attractive' Lounge

: ---I .T.. 1. It. Neale Je. ..mlJiUt -'
; r. Mr*. W.; A.:WaJIaC4i, or- Sheet: Metal Works

\ grailst; :Mra. "' Carl awialMr.lunmcr All.Type. Metal\Vorfc.' .BOBJ Y'S HIDEAWAY
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FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT I C 0 MPA.BI.Y ( tunday. ..SrhooL' 8:" ..m. ;
if 4 ni1 Ii vVoraRfpf "If "aI., 'Systems' InataHetf WALDO '"LIQUOR'S One' MiTe'NortTiof 'Waldo on U.S. 301V
BUILD fLOHIDA -
a HELPING Sunday, (Nursery open both Rd. 16 E. Ph. 964-5723

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