Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 4, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Forger CUBB Volume Power j

ArrestedIn / ..V s4 Back InBusiness

Ocala/ ? .r ,. Rate IncreaseStill

Ocala sheriff's authorities [ CUBB Economic Agency Is
jf back in business according; to
have arrested a 51-year-
director W. P. Heney.
old man identified as having The four-county anti-poverty In Offing

rash of
passed a forged agency was threatened with a

checks in Starke in the shutdown during Novemberand

rush of (Christmas shopping December when congressional -

the Bradford Sher- I delay In. funding createda For the second time Ina

iff's Office announced severe financial shortage. month a proposal to rescind -

Tuesday. II H ney reported that interim electric rates forStarke's ,
funding enough for three
George J. Miller, apparently two largest users,
from Ocala and from all months operation-was okayedby LA i the Holiday Inn and the
the federal government In
available information charged early 'December for the 77 Bradford County Hospitalhas
with issuing: bad checks in sev- : Community ''Action Agencies x) IYM ) --.J: failed to be made at

eral counties, was arrested in
scheduled to be funded Nov. 1 a City Council meeting.
Ocala Friday, Dec. 29 after .,
-41ut whose. money was with- meeting of the newyear
his description was distributedfor '.d
!held due to the delay In federal I.. Tuesday night was per-
in statewide net *.
up a passage 'of the $1.73 billion haps more significant for what
work, according' to !Deputy poverty bill. did not happen. Although the

Sheriff Dolph Reddish. Th "We were notified during -'1iw'a a r...' city's three bond trustees, en-

!Miller Is charged here with : --i the first 'week In December M Irae trusted with the operation, of
four counts of forgery and uttering -
/ that the money was coming," the power plant, met In a special -
a forgery and bonds totaling r-- ( Heney said Wednesday, "the session at S I p.m. prior tlJ

$20,000 have been set by only catch in that wehaV'en't a Tuesday's council. meeting and

County Judge T. A. Yawn. Mil received it yet. he recommended rescinding the
ler is charged with giving ,
added. volume rate, it was not even
worthier chocks, each for The director"'r' expressed confidence mentioned in the meeting. .two
'9.74 to four Starke
$ ( mor- t that the agency's opera hours later.Councilman.
hants--Wl11lams Jewelry, Gem
ating money would arrive Gerald Williams
Jewelry Pond Fair, and Bui- within a week or so, and noted II/S 4ah a was out of town Tuesday

ling-ton's Gift Shop. He used r I w t btt4 that Congress passed, the 1968 -aAM night. One other councilmansaid
the alias of J!C. Dexter of ..
eta Williams' absence
poverty bill on 'iDec. 15. President ;Ita. .O.ANI. was
Hawthorne Deputy Reddish Johnson slgneld the bill 'ft ""YMfilg tho reason the Issue did not
said, and all the checks passed certain to at the Jai;
Into law on Dec- 18. ri tusws..1 come up
here were made on the Bankof F. ; 1 meeting.
Heney was Irritated that it
Hawthorne _. A volume electric' rate
stw has taken the government an fts' 41irlrrafll tell iiia, :
The checks were passed here 'I.. :1 .A s : of 1.75 cents per kilowatt hour
long (nearly a month already)
Dec. 10.Checcs.
on after the first 2,000 KWH
New Year Is HereWell to remit the agency's funds-. al IIt 41511WIIIIIL ,.' established in 1984 for all was users
but remarked that this was
/ Written averaging over 50,000 KWH
fairly typical.
1008 116 I already ain not four II.\H!: old, anil not "'It now anymore wt attested Twenty-seven CUBB employees ( r.A tt.a s flat sfiirritaa'rtsr per month. Commercial accountfe -
averaging less than
With StolenIdentification by Mrs. LII Bishop, who hall taking loon the tliitmlmr of Commerce's dis. (23 In Clay, 3 in Bradford ttisCSISSI CIoM that pay two cents per KWH

pillyVednt'lIClay afternoon. and 1 in Union County) who sews sta. after the first 2000.

But Starke businessmen are rnlrrlng the now YI'ltr1Ih a happy glow left were laid off in late Novemberdue 1/11Il The lower or volume rate

over from tremendoii Christina "" ,1"11. haven: bunk ,ilrpimllH. and savings accounts to the.lack. of funds were a f S'1 was established as an. Induce-
to too back the job
Four forgery warrants have rose during December a time. when they are gnu rally off, making1 local bankers reported this week. on 1"fiiilri ment for the Holiday Inn to i!

been Issued here against a happy Indeed. r locate here, but was not ear*
Huntington, West Virginia man "We're happy" said Hency."everyone's -- 1 1k taibllahed :just! for the Inn.Sev'UIIoCl3J.ntB.Pesldes.
. From those Indication |the. liooni IH continuing Into lOllS even lit Starke. back to work, and

/who, the' Bradford Sheriff's ... ... '. !. ,. ; !! .r
MF' office. :' ar'used' theTitblen '- --,weknowthe-money- will com the Inn and Tao plt&r'JftI y loon ,.1r.

Identification of Rev. Merle eventually. qualify for the lower rate. /

Packham of Theressa to cash Site/ Approved One 'bond trustee said the '

bogus checks all up and down .a Rates First primary' reason for recommendation
Higher Co-op Ships
i the eastern seaboard. to rescind the volume ,(

Still at large 19 a man Huntington rate la that since Iff! went

West Va. police have! On"Postage for Blrmlnglmrn, Alii the first. load of Htrawberrles Into effect more and more

Identified as J. William Green, County Auto Safety ever shipped\ ) the Bradford Stnm hrrry Cooperative left. the accounts are qualifying for It.

28. Deputy Sheriff Dolph Red Due Sunday Htwrke. Farmer's lfarketV'np..tlny' mining with 611 flats all The trustee says he does not

dish reported this week. Four from the Lnvvtey arm. see how the city can keep eX-

worthless checks were cashed Increased rates' for all classes The 22 growers!!! In the co-op own about ISO acres. of .berries. panding and -making payments bonded
here In July and August -by 'on an ever Increasing
Badcock'Furolture. Eagle'sDept. of :mall except parcel post about half the l'f'wKe In the smarty Co-op President Jimmy Indebtedness and still sell cur-
Store, $B8; Food Fair Inspections CloserAutomobile and into international effect Sunday mall Jan.will 7. Gaaklnn of J.owtp3C.t'.! off the loud with the lest" two flats. rent as cheaply aa 1.70 cent

$48. and Holiday Inn 536. go The new rates win' Include The grower weren't bragging bout the early shipment per kilowatf..

All the checks were made six rents',for' jflrst class] mall caused" by the! warm weather' must residents. have enjoyed. But The special rate was established )

payable' to Merle Packham and the temperatures Inn. berries. to mature because of one user, and
and 10 cents for air mall. The high cause early putting
Packham safety inspections performed under the auapicies!' of the County the city cannot afford to soil
were slgped George fruit and in of
price of poet cards will Jumpto them In competition 4wlth Mexican danger a
Commission became Wednesday when site adjacent to the electricity at that price to as
who la Merle's brother, Deputy a step nearer reality a mall
five cents, and air free/o. after the busker> lin\' matured ton much tn come back
Reddish says:? new county barn on North Temple Ave. was approved.. many users as it appears may
cards to eight '
and hear well. Normal opening of the berry season here Is) soon qualify for it, lie said.
The case goes back to July Two members of the Florida
The next rate of six: cent around MarchV1.. Inn Manager Jack
of last year when some of Rev. Highway Patrol. Lit. W. B. Holiday
obtain If the county waits the State Department'sSecondary for first class mall
Packhara'a identification was Norris from Polk County and per ounce American Food, largest handler of bides In the 11. 8. Colbert was 'present at Tuesday' -
too long, since the inspections! Road Program or applies 'up to 13 ounces, while the
stolen from his} daughter's car Cpl. H. S. Graham of Gainesville are scheduled to begin Juno 1. the county could finance it. the 10 cents per ounce. rate for and foreign markets, I'. Iinnilllng the Bradford berries. Members meetingaa but had well no as comment -
in Keystone Heights Shortly explained the particulars of the met! Wednesday night In the new agriculture previous one
In other ucl'ion, the Com- Clerk Chnrles Darby suggested air mall applies up to seven co-op for the council at either
after that checks began turnIng of the new state law requiring mission: It be placed on the Secondary ounces. Under the new rates complex at the fairground tf) discuss" further operations. session.
up, four in Bradford Coun- semi-annual auto safety inspections Roa I since the cou n.ty's -
Approved a pla'iuo bearing I'rofriam structure, all first class mall In the routine action that
ty and one In Citrus and beginning June 1 to Read and Fund
board Bridge all air
members' names to goon over 13 ounces and occurred Tuesday, in a meet-
others from states up the sea the (Board( and approved the ,will be strained after the
the new agriculture complex will
mall over seven merge At Read's Request Ing that lasted less than. an
board, Reddish reports.A the
site. They appeared at request cltv-county-HLhool 'board sidewalk
Into a single category.
hour, the Council:
'isix-month. Inveritigiation! of Civil Defense Director '
final pavmorit., project In Starke. Pat
-Approved / Another rate change will be Made City Patrolman
by Deputy Reddish revealed Frank Williams who is settingup about $6,000 to Tries r-nn- Kmploycd: Herbert Norman
In the Increase, from four to permanent member of
Henry a
that Green Is apparently the the Inspection station here fitruction Co. on the building" ns fimtodian of the new ag six: cents, for the first two Suit Against SheriffIs the police force on the recommendation
man in possession of the for the Commission.
and Civil Defense
Archi- complex
pending a statement by ounces of individual pieces of of 'Chief Bobby
stolen Identification Huntington There are approximately tect Frank that & building for $200 month
George .ecomplex per third class mall. Unsealed a move that increasedhis
W. Va. authorities, Red vehicles in .
8,000 registered
-Decided to readveut'.sebid' '
Is '
complete.Told cards will be affected salary from 87.23
greeting weekly
dish said, apparently recognized Bradford County and it will County Snnltir'an for a new type mowing under this change StarkePostmaster Dismissed FridayA to 9138. Henry' three-month

Green as resident of take two inspection lanes, one Jack Trawick to make certain machine after only one bid was T. C. Hazen said. 'probationary period was wp.
that city from the description for cars and another with a
the operation of garbage pickup returned. There will be no changes In Approved, upon, recommen-
distributed (bulletins. take semi-trucks
on to ,
Green, who Reddish, thinksis capacity and four inspectors workingan In the county has his ap- --Agreed at the suggestion charges: for special delivery, $40000( damage suit against Sheriff P. D. Red tlon of Utll. Dir. Oscar Davis,
proval before tho firm seeks of Commissioner! Jerome Johns, special handling, registered the purchase of 24. 400-watt
an insurance salesman' cov- average of 40 hours per dish and Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish was dismissed!'
a frnnrhlie from the Ct mmhilon. to ask the Sheriff Depart- mall, certified mail, cash on street lights for $1,272
ers such large territory thatit week to do the jdb, X.t. Norris Dec of the mercury
a Trawlc told the ment to investigate. children' delivery, or insurance the Friday, 29, upon request plaintiff Whitney for installation on North Temple
was most difficult to obtain told the Board. Board he It concerned about Beale Read III of Silver Lake.
: [Continued on Page Six postmaster salt Ave. from Noegel's Auto
Identification, the deputy said It will cost approxlmat where the Crash[ will be dumped In issuing the cider of dismissal Circuit Judge George Sales to the city limits. The
in Starke the lane for
But several to equip
persons $3,000 L. Patten also ordered Read to pay all court costs. price was the beat of three
identified for the
have now Green cars and $3.000 large
from photographs obtained .Inspection lane for -lA Breed to house the county The ault was filed last July _____ received Davis said and the
capacity .
from Huntington authorities, trucks Norris said. A9CS office In tho new ag 26 by Orange, Park Attorney project has been approved by
complex for $720 per year. Robert Rogan. bond trustees.
Reddish states. The will also have to Ralph Thomas, counsel Lake. the
construct a shelter, probablya The county had requested $900) Read against the sheriff and The deputy arrested Read -Approved, on recommendation .-

steel building like the fair and the Conservation! Service his deputyson., as SheriffReddish's for voluntary Intoxication and of Supt. Davis, the pur-
the : wanted to pay $600. The compromise went, as a result violently resisting arrest. Read chase of $3,700( In used trans
JOIN ground said.buildings Commission was reached alien of actions alleged In the arrest was also charged.; with de- formers from the City of

THE MARCH Inspections" under the new. ASCS District Fleldman Harry I y&e e of Read on July 12. The stroytnT' county property ona Douglas, da. which Is Increasing -
Fuqua appeared before tho suit asked $20.000 damage warrant signed by Deputy the power In Its system
.. OF DIMES state law, can be priced up to Board to negotiate the difference Reddish after the Interior of
for Read, saying he was assaulted and Is having to use biggertransformers.
$1.50 80TH ANNIVERSARYFUND tTb and beaten by Deputy the deputy's car was damaged Davis said the
DRIVEStarting additional 25 cents which goes --Wa- !fold by R<*p. Eugene Reddish and S20.000 more on as a result of a ruckus on Utility Dept ha 27 transformers
state for Inspection:!
to the Shaw'! that he wanted tn( talk a claim that Read was wrongfully the way to jail. on tho list for change

In January the state's 67 counties, date a'bout' possible use of the he was assaulted on the way ed warrants against Read for He told the council It had
Norris said, 39 have agreed to old aR building. to JaU. disturbing the peace and disorderly his for
sliced\ budget requested
You contributions will vehicles 19 : e" Ir
Inspect their own -Was told by Rep. Shaw The Bradford County Commission conduct. transformers from $15,000 to

help support treatment rejected the optional law out and tho there is time to prepare legislation | on the recommendation The resisting arrest with $5: ,000. "It you don't get something .
centers for children the state will carry to combat the of County Prosecuting
9 counties Revere violence charge a felony Is like this you'll end 1Ip
born with defects.This' Inspections, and fly problem caused by unsanitary Attorney Gene Shaw, authorized still pending. with nothing' he bid the
took no action a tall. chicken farms. Shaw said f expenditures; of fund convicted three (board.
the Read was on
said he thinks
Norris he has received many complaints from the herlff's budget to In Decided to keep the city's
of the charges by a jury
Space Contributed counties will do an excellentjob be In defense of the suit.
about the files and used!
after the
old trencher new one
QuartersCounty County Judge's Court Sept.
S. to Publicize the Inspection and said
Weekly on
there may !be time to pins a Attorney Thomas filed a is purchasd after Supt. Davis
Community Events by he feels county governmentsare law to control them In tho petition for a change of venue 18.A and Mayor Carl Hurst said It
best equipped to cary them special session coming Jan. Agent George Hufglna. right and Aaat. Agent Bobby on Oct. 4, but that was denied six-man petit Jury found could not be sold for anything.Approved .
... of voluntary Intoxication
Read guilty
The CommunityState out. promised complete a. I after a. hearing before Circuit
29. Taylor move a heavy filing cabinet Into the ASjCS office In conductby -. purchase of a

Bank slatance The new from state the law FHP.In patterned --Agreed, at the suggestionof the new agriculture complex: at the fairground Wednesday aft- Judge Gainesville.John A. H. MurphieeIn disturbing, disorderly the peace and pole puller costing $400 and

Commissioner Zedra Hamilton rrnnnn. The move wa virtually completed today and all ag damaging county property, an extension for the boom of
iDade County
after a The damage suit and four
Accounts now insuredup law already In effect. tOo work toward obtnlnlntf office were operational In the new $67,000 building except thatIt criminal charges resulted from County Judge T. A. Yawn the city's utility truck at the'

to $15,000( ( by Norris told the (Commission right-of-way for a sidewalk haw no phone service. Read's arrest the night of withheld adjudication of guilt cost of 700. :Both items were

Federal Deposit Insurance its next step is to acquire to the new Hampton Elementary : For the first. time aH agrimltiire. offlceH, the county agent, July 12 by Deputy Reddish pending a presentence Invest. budgeted.
School along SR-221 from igation which Is still under Approved the purchase of
Corp. equipment for the Inspections. SR-18 Hamilton nH the. project ( .snit conservation, .ASCS!I and home demonstration agent" all are who answered a call 'fromReAd's way. a steam cleaner for the power
lie (said It be difficult to neighbor at Silver
could< be funded: through hoiisril. wider one roof with parking molly acoeesIMe (Continued on Page six'

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Section 1 Page Two BK/IDFOnn C-QITNTT TO'.F.""""". .TU "-. FLORIDA TIIURSDAY.JAN. 4, 1968

!Mrs. J. F. David of Baldwinwas Mr. and Mrs. Ouy Sale i Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sllcox I

'- visiting Sen. and Mrs spent the weekend In Jack- Mrs. D. L. Sllcox Mrs James Rival Hippie Motorcycle GangsTo HEED READY CASH?

Charley Johns the first of the sonville visiting Mr. and Mrs... Lewis, and Miss Brenda LewIs -
w l I week. Keith Gllllngham and attended visited Mrs. Tren Ward and Be In Action At Florida

Mr and Mrs. David Mont- the Gator Bowl game. baby; daughter at the Baptist! y '

gomery and family spent the Mrs. S. O. Hutcheson of ,Hospital in Jacksonville on I Two hippie motorcycle with the Glory Stonwers."Who's Come. Sec Us!
holidays! with relatives in Lake Jacksonville and Miss Alary Monday afternoon. "
gangs will fight their way The Mint.
GLADYS MOOTY Launius of Atlanta Ga. were Misses Minding I :
Martha Dennis
Phone 961-7608 City.Mr.! and Mrs. E. W. Hayes last Wednesday! lunoheon en Patz and Eltsa Reklla visited across the Florida Theatre 81.zany comedy built around II I :; 311k, ItIT ba We make "loan forI
screens Sunday, Monday amTuesday tile U, S. Treasury, and "Hie 5
,_ were Monday night dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. I worthwhile
: Karen's grandparents; any purpose
'' Jan. 7-9, as Jody Last Safari, .. story of big
: Mr. and Mrs. T B. Harding Mr. and:!, Mrs. Fred T. Ped- in guests of Mrs. Myrtle Dendy Nollman.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Lauritsen,,', McCrea Dennis Hopper, and game" hunting and how It has I dpi 1/ r z .
Jacksonville Paulk
and Dave '
Sr. and Mr. and Mrs J. T. en Jr. and daughter Janie, New Port Rlchy !from I beautiful Chris Noel star In been changed by encroaching f (
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter were In Barbervllle on Sunday Thursday to Saturday and attended $25 to $600DO
Lawson were visiting Mr. and returned Saturday from aweek's : "The Glory Stampers. civilization, make up a 'twin
had visitors Mr. Roswell
as holiday visiting Mr. and Mrs.
.: Mrs. Harding Jr. and family holiday visit with the basketball tourna- Against the dynamic backdrop bill to screen Friday and
in.Odenton, Md. during the friends and relatives in Columbia and Mrs. Lucian Johns Miss Paulk. ment In Dunedln. of California's Sierra Saturday, Jan. 5 and 6, at YOU HAVE[ .
.. Marian Faulk, Miss Donnie Capt. Thomas B. Dyal of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. pansby
holidays. I S. C, and Ashevllle, Mountains the film develop thAt Florida. ,
Allison, Mr. and Mrs. James Wright Patterson AFB. Dayton -Too
spent Friday to Sunday in ,\ many paymentsto
: Mr. and Mrs. James Dyer N. into a sinister personal battle The comedy Is a Columbia, $ v'e
C.Maj. Moore, and Mrs. Mattel Westof Ohio was home for the
of Gainesville were weekend and Mrs V. J. Spengler Panama City with his brother, between Hopper, leader of the Pictures release in Eastman make?
Jacksonville, Leon Butlerof ,
: guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. and daughter and !Mrs holidays. D. S. Dan&by who had a Black Souls, a renegade mo- color in which a zany band I s \ r"1
Mlddleburg, and, Mr and Larry Crawford has returned -Too
stroke bills
recently. They also visited to
Dukes. .* Emma Badman were visiting torcycle gang, and Jody Mc- Including Jim Hutton Doro- many.
W. of Gaines
Mrs. R. Mathis to Brigham/ Young College, 0)
her mother Mrs. Marvin
Rev. A. D. Neel of Montgomery Mr.and Mrs. W. J. Spengler ville. Crea acknowledged head of thy Provine Milton Berle pay?
Provo Utah after being home
Ala. was a guest last In St. Augustine over the! Mrs Douglas Odom and for the holidays. Andrews. in Ozark Ala. the Glory Stampers, a rival Joey Bishop, Bob Denver and -'loo many tax::<
air and R. Chas-
Mrs. '
: Tuesday and Wednesday ofMrand weekend. motorcycle mob. Walter Brennan stage a $7.5
daughter of Palatka is visiting Local admittances to Brad-
.. teen Jr. and family and::, Mrs.
Mrs. Don Neel. Bernard Hunt of Bonlfay The: war is launched when million raid on the U. S. coming due
her Mr. and Mrs. ford this
parents County Hospital H. L. Brownlee spent the
: Mr. and Mrs Philip Cronk- was Monday overnight guest I the Black Souls way-lay and Treasury.
Luther Jackson, this week week include Thomas Cason,
holidays with Dr and
hite and family of Jacksonville of his mother, Mrs. Henrietta rides
The Jacksons also had as Burnell Dyal, Mrs. Lou For- kidnap Miss Noel who Stewart Granger who starsin
visiting friends Hunt. M. C. Stith In Arlington, Va. Let Us Help With Your Money
were holiday! / guests their son, Cpl. syth Mrs Lossie Carter, Mrs. and Miss Mary Brownlee in "The Last Safari" as a disillusioned -
:: New Year's Day.Chief I ;Miss Sally Hardin of Atlanta
here -
on hunter, Problems
Police De-
to the Starke big
George Seeley of Fort Story Gladys Lewis Lloyd BryanJr. Baltimore Md. Mrs. Brownlee Ing game
and Mrs. J. L. An-, and Tom Hardin of Gainesville -
.w. of, Virginia Beach, Va. and Leonard ., Mrs Callie Gainey, Tracy, remained for an extended vis- partment. along with Gabrlella Llcudi
and daughters home for the holidays
derson Jr. were Duggar of Tallahassee.Mr. Goolsby, Don Newman Mrs.: Calney was chargM with and Kaz Oaras, portrays one
: Beach, Va. were visiting TOWN
Virginia Mrs. Alice Anderson last Sirs Randal Ohltty and l and Mrs.Herbert Thom- Lucy Her'long, W. F. It.Mr..: and Mrs. Jimmy Newman failure to have his vehicle under of man's courageous fights to ;

week. children flew to Wilmington, and daughter, Kathleeen, hadas Steve Warren, Betty Herlon"1 who have moved to control and causing an accident preserve the wild life of Africa I 226 N. Temple Phone 964-7449
: weekend guests at their fis, and Mrs. Mary and driving under the against the unconcern of
Wildwood where he is employee ( -
.. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Boland I Del. on Dec. 22 to spend the ,
camp In the Scrub Ben Row- all of Starke; David with Seaboard Coast Line Influence of beer. His case has white hunters.
and! children of Athens Ga. week and a white Christmaswith I ,.....
Mrs. land of Starke Miss Mava Mrs. Jacqueline Cunninghamof were visiting her parents, Mr. been postponed In Mayor's
: were holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Drew Red-
.... Boland's mother Mrs. H. L.I dlsn and family. Lee Thomas, and Mrs Alberta ( Lake Butler; Mrs. Mary and Mrs. Roy Clemons, over Court until Jan. 9. ___
Innis of Ocala, ansi Dr. Don- Louise Allrfridge of Keystone .
the weekend.Mr. Calney was going north on
Spear. They all spent several; S Sgt. Joseph A. Gay and
aw days with Mr. and Mrs. B. R. family of Lawrenceburg' Tenn. ald Chubb of Winter Park. Heights; Randell Norman ands.! Mrs. C. L. Cooper Walnut Street in his 1956 Lincoln
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vinlng Mrs. Helen Austin and Virgil had as holiday guests Mr. and anti a 1901 Ram'bler' station -
.. Boland Sr. in Pahokee. The are on 30 days leave with his FOR EATING OUT I
and family of Pal atka were Heiken of Lawtey; Eugene
Bolands returned to their parents Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Mrs. Robert Cooper of Savan- wagon, not occupied, wan p'EASURE
w home In Athens last Friday. Gay. Sgt. Gay will return to Tuesday night supper guestsof Dykes of Lake Geneva: Milton nah, Ga.., Mr. and Mrs. Donald parked on the east side of the .
Mr. and Mrs L. D. Vining. Barrett of Melrose; Mrs. _
.. Vietnam for his second tour Cooper of Cocoa, and Mr. street'?. The Rambler Is owned
... SERVICE SCHEDULE; of duty on Jan. 13. Mrs. J. W. Bitch Is inBlackahear. Thelma Atkinson and Lillian and Mrs. Joe Cooper of Lake- by George W. Brown of Kln.gs-

r -ST. EDWARD'S. CHURCH, Ga this week visiting Ingenlath of Hampton; Mrc. land. Mrs. C. L. Cooper returned ley (Lake. The
:: Starke :Mr. and! Mrs. N. P. Rogers Mr. and Mrs. A. M Thelma Dyal of Brooker; and' to Savannah with the Damage to the front end of Bring Whole Family .
and daughter, Susan of Orange Moore Jr. James Granger of Waldo. I
;: Sunday Mass: 0:15: a. m. Robert Coopers for a weeks' the Lincoln was estimated at
Park and Mr. and Mrs. Pvt. Barry Smith has returned Mrs. Titus Olson returned
:; Dad Mom and The Kids Our Pleasant
visit. You'll Enjoy
.. Thursday Mass 6:30: p. m. $250 and to the rear of the
.. Miraculous Medal Novena: Wallace Parrish and sons of to Camp Gordon, Ga Saturday from ten days visit !Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Rambler at $300. Atmosphere, and Warm, Friendly Service. Plus
P&latka recent visitors of
were after three weeks leave. with friends and relatives in grandchildren Janine and Bill! '
: Saturday, 7 p. m. Mr. and Mrs O. A Gay. Mrs. Milton Lang of Delray Illinois! R. L. Richard Our Delicious Food!
Gay and Mrs.
.. Confessions 5 m. and 7
: p. Rev. Klbert R. Bowers has Beach and Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Mr. and Mrs. William Fink- were visiting relatives In St. Retreat AnnouncedBy

: p.m.-ST. WILLIAM'S. CHURCH, accepted the pastorate (of the Strickland of Belle Glade biner and niece and nephew.' Petersburg anal! Plant City St. EdwardsiA Enjoy Our Buffet Served Daily

Pine Level Baptist Church. He : were holiday guests of Mr. Valarle and Bruce Laugher of over the weekend. Miss Sally
Keystone Heights. !
is well known here, as a for- and Mrs. Paul Raymond.Dr. Bloomington, Ill were last of Gainesville
Sunday Mass 9 a. m. Ann Epperson \ Retreat will be conducted
: : Lunch Buffet Dinner Buffet
'Wednesday: Mass and No- mer resident but has been In and Mrs. Denny Rags- Wednesday! to Tuesday guests was home on New Year's Day. *y The Very Reverend Patrick

M- vena, 1.p. m. other areas for almost 30 dale of St. Andrews AFB Hospital -. of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Picker- :Mrs. Harvey Williams spent Walsh at St. Ett..ara.s< Churchin 11:00: a.m. to 2:00: p.m. 5:00: p.m. to 9:00: p.m.
years. In recent months he Washington, D. C., and
1 with her
Dec. 23 to Jan.
ST. MARY'S CHURCH Ing.Bill 'Starke for four evenings
: and Mrs. Bowers have been Mr. and Mrs. Henry Joe Han- Wall of the University and daughter-in-law Mr. $
.. Macclenny. son starting Monday, Jan. 7 thru 1.25 L45
residing at Branford, but sen of Mandevllle, La. were of Florida was visiting his and Mrs. Steve Williams In
Sunday Mass 11:30 m. J8J10..
: : : a. moved here recently Into the holiday guests of Rev. and' aunt Mrs. J. E. Wilson on Honolulu, Hawaii. The three

Pine Level Church pastorium.i i Mrs. V. J. Ragsdale. Tuesday while enroute back flew to Hllo, HawaU and The people of Starke are
'-'-"'-" --"--'''- -" ,,, asked to come out each eve TWO HOT ENTREES
: :
::: r..r- ,
: : -"" : ,.-- to college from New York. toured the Island before Mrs.Williams .
ning at 7 o'clock to pray for
M Don Page has enrolled in returned home.Wreck .
their own spiritual welfare and
the University (of West Flor-

Stock Up and Save! ida in Pensacola. for peace. ASSORTED SALADS
Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn Injures

week In Whittier N. C. Starke ManA ( ) : CLASS

Annual January Mr. and Mrs. J. 0 Caldwell St. Edward's Ceramics Class Curtla' Edwards! ,

.. visited Mrs A. G. Younge in will! re-open on Monday. Jan 8,
Starke man, Tom Gainey, Restaurant
Reddick on Sunday. Members who wish to
I register @
was hospitalized< Sunday Dec.
Frank Hardy and Bryan now for the ;ibeglnnJne of this
r 24, after hi" car collided with tiiJ Manager
Erwin of Washington D C. course should apply for membership -
the rear: of an auto parked on
were home for the holidays before January 8.
South Walnut accord-
aim have enrolled! in Santa Please call 984-6135.

Fe Junior College.Mr. ., .. '
r ---.III -. ,, : ,. : ;;0t'J \ : : )
w and Mrs. Louis Yancey -

of Atlanta, Ga. and Mr. and

rr Mrs. L. D. Vining of Starke

spent the past week in Sarasota -

;.:r. i.. at .the .W. L;.. Joiner

; PEPP'E'R'ELL home. (
I Mrs. H. T. Smith of Lyons,

Ga. is spending several days ,

with Mr. and Mrs. X. M.

'- ; e White; Muslin Sheets Smith.
: Mr. and!; Mrs. John Vincentand -
: "" Miss Nora of'
First quality snowy whita sheets woven of selected
.. s cotton for extra long wear. Sava now at. these Paducah, Ky., and Mr. and

-.. at,,q low, low Carp's sale prices. Mrs. Raymond Stefanelli and

& family of Ocala were New ..
: "' 72 x 108 Flat Year's Day guests of Mr. and
: or Twin fitted Mrs Henry Stefanelli. ONE GROUP AI'D SAVll
; J/r e $$1.77 Miss Julie Unwln of West Off Ilf"6

_r ,r"" i t our reg. $1.99 Palm Beach was a holiday BOYS $1.00

guest of Miss Nancy Gay. Mr.

: and Mrs. J. O. Gay entertained SHIRTS
81 x 108 Flat at a hamburger fry last

: '? Y zj j' '-.'.:.:.. r<,' l yi:" or Double Fitted $$1-97 Friday night for Nancy's
'' our reg. $2.19 guest with the youth choirs: ) With
% of the Madison Street Baptist : new spring merchandise corning soon we must

E "" reg. $1.02 PILLOW CASES Pr. 82c Church also as guests. a lilllGirls!, ; !j rJ"" sell all the style merchandise that we have on hand-

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Edwards .. sP''CIIL
sPRiteMaleE8T10OL\ \ I had as guests during IT HAS TO GO RAIN OR SNOW

: USE COLORED MUSLINS.... & WHITE PERCALES!: I the holidays Mr. and Mrs. _

: \ SIEE1S Muslins are top quality In beautiful shades of pink, Carl Edwards and children of
tinlsh ewlna Ones eat yellow, lilac and blue. Luxury combed percales are Columbus, Ga., Earl Edwards WE HAVE[ GROUPED SEVERAL FAMOUS NAMES IN BoysSPORT
-_ SIIIrf smooth mucus shack New especially treated
luxUrY..... ..Ina.tt..... Guy Edwards of Jacksonville, DRESS COATS COATSPlaids
tt. 72x103 Flat C fe 81x103 Flat
$2.1'01 $251 37 57M Mr. and Mrs Edward Rich LADIES SPORTSWEAR

-- "" \ f\tllt.flii e, lor Twin Filled Mm or Double Filled I and children of Houston, Tex- .
l.a, \ $2.39 as, and Mrs Carol Irion and and Solids
cur $2.79
1-3 OFF
11 WJ|>
.... $$2.9'1' S'" children of Klngsland. Ga. From
N au01 lid fltl.a I- Reg $1.18 COLORED PILLOW CASES $ O7 .Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Thies of Sizes 2 to 7 & 8 to 20

--: IIoCo., Double$1.118 U.se"..$131 w' Rag. $1.33 PERCALE PILLOW CASES.. J PROF1IIRQQ I day and Alexander Mrs.to Sunday,K.Va!G. were guests Duncan.Mr. Wednes-of. Mr. Girls 25% Off to Less Than 1/2 Price 1-3 OFFSWEATERS

and Mrs. B. G. McIntyre -
.. ( t *
Pants Shorts Skirts Jackets Sweaters .
.. and family of Jacksonville Mens All Weather

.. were holiday guests of and-large variety of Tops
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. !
.. H. DuPre.
.. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wrc- 1-3 OFFSPECIAL PRICED
.. ten and family of West Holly- Zip Lining
wood were Sunday visitors of 1.00 2.00 3.00 45. and u

: PICK-A-PAIR FRUIT or the LOOM FRUIT or the LOOM FRUIT of the LOOM Mr. and Mrs. Jack Eaves. 1-3 OFFGreat

: PLUMP PILLOWS MATTRESS PADS MATTRESS COVER FITTED PAD & COVER Steve Denmark and house- Your chance to stock your wardrobe at
guest, Carl Schwabe. an exchange -
: $1.99 a .. ttvolu $2.99 TWIN $2 IS our reg.$'" 66 $3.99 TWIN 288 'I student from Germany Savings Mens Lined

: l 4. $4.99 FULL$388 and Steve Whitehead On Ladies
2 for l il $3.99 FULL $88 $3.29
were fishing on the! .Florida
r fne woven cotton muslin, ilpClailicl..d for
r f Fluffy Shredded Foam filled1. Soft cotton flit, all nylon pared for easy removal Ex- fit, Pure white cotton fill and' Keys last week. Steve Denmark DRESSES REDUCED -- MARKEDDOWN JACKETSBroken
odorless and non allergic, stitched. for longer wear Sam partly tailored. tanfonzvd. and nylon stitched. Sanfomed and returned to FALL SHOES
Soft;but ram 21x27 size, lonzta end machine waihablftNBi machine and: Carl I

r ; G1mi \ Tuesday the University of Georgia on SizesL3 TO GO 1-3 OFF

Mrs. E. c. Morris was .visiting -
\ A Limited Quantity
her brother H. V. Sax- &

on, in Pompano Beach, over 12 OFF Mens

: t TOWELS ) the holidays

atS fir, ;f iMr. and Mrs. M. W. Creakier All LadiesDRESS Dress Pants
w were in calhoun P*: }lat
: Jacquards: O Florals 0 SolidsThick week visiting Mr. and* \Mrs. Tornado All-Weather to $10.00

: d thirsty, cotton terrys in rich colors and r- Charles W. Cressler and fam- COATSto 1-2. OFF Now - $ 4.00
r J patterns. The floral and r, h 24"x46", the striking woven jacquards have ily. JACKETS $10.99 to $14.00

-- w ; ? r l reversible pattern. r.. Now $
Special Rack Of - 8.pOReg.
: i i _o1.i" Bath Siza O 7 C Hand Towel1' ct COUNTY TELEGRAPH $7.99 JUNIOR SHIRT SHIFTS each1.98 SI .OO to $20.00

: n .r f rag $1.00 reg. Published every 'fJund'- -. '{; *v Now .. $11.00
: at 138 W. Call St., HOW---400/
Vf'cte'S**> rag 39c wash cloth 27' 32091 A FEW
Starke Fla.
a .Vt
.. rf r > '
: Second class portage paid BoysLADIES

plush" cut pile of 00$; Damn-50% Nylon with, Close-Out-1.3 Off
LatM non flip back arum fringed, beautiful decor $1 y d. S Sweaters SEE OUR LARGE BARGAIN TABLE
lor colon*. machine washable, value, 6 9c rt'+ 366 In trade! area $4.00 per

/ L.17r ;year; $2.26 ads nxonUn.
N9$366re.,. $588re .$0&8 Silky, toft of 50% Avnl. Beautifully; tiHnrett ,m lint Heavier Boys!!
3 JI bO% cuttan Wash 'n W.ar, frti. rayon Hich. decoratorcolrrs Outside trade area: $4.80 Values to $10.00 For Money
$3,99 $6,9'1 $11.99 I full f-/\C AND
r pr shrunk. From bolts pro shrunk and nnch ,JACKETSReduced
27 r.1 30 x 60 48 ic 7? 'na wattha'H''' per year; I2.BO, six months $1_

:. Staike I'laza Open All Day Every Day FrI. Sat. Until 7 (P.M. ; p. L. MatUvews, editor 404 $4.00 Saving Values 13'ill.

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'_ IAN. 41968. BRADFORD COUNTY TKl.TCOR.\Plf. STARKB. FLORIDA Section' 1 Fage Threw
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Phone> 964-7608 Is The
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A rytF'I I 50th MiRsr 0 FCHEVROLET


I Ik Engagement Told

0 I Mr. and Mrs William C Miss HarringtonTo 1 TRUCKS

Dixon, of Starke announcethe
I, engagement of their Wed Mr. Conner
,It t I daughter, Tondalah, to Rich-

aid Lee Hobbs son of Mr Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Har- WITH A"WE'RE
and Mis. James C. Hobbs, also rington announce the engage-
of Starke.
ment of their daughter, Fran-
Miss Dixon Is a graduate of ,
ces Virginia, to Vernon James
+ /
> ./ Bradford High School and! will Conner, son of Mr. and Mrs.
.)0" : graduate from Santa Fe Junior F. O. Conner of Camp Blandi-I
College In March Ing. |
Hobbs also graduated Mr'1 The wedding' will take placeat TRUCK"WE'RE
Bradford High School
8 p. m. Saturday, Feb. 17.
senior at the of
!, a University in the Jacksonville Baptist
Florida, in account-
majoring '
Temple. Friends and relatives
Ing.Wedding are Invited to attend. II _
plans will be announced -
1 v later. The bride-elect actuated OUT THE
from Paxon High School In
Jacksonville Mr.\ Conner attended -

Beta Sigma Phi Berry College In Rome, GOLDEN CARPET FOR TRUCK BUYERS
Oa, and North Carolina State, I I
Beta Sigma Phi sorority will where he was a member of
meet Monday, Jan. 8, at 8 p. Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity.He r gaQRG! g'
m. at the home of Mrs. J. E. is now serving In the U. S,
I Bloodworth 334 St. Clair St., Marine Corps.

Linda Elaine Lee Becomes Bride with Mrs. Paul Canova as 1968 Chevrolet

Of M. A. Payne, Jr. In Church RitesMiss co-hostess. New Year's DanceAt

Country ClubThe
Linda Elaine Lee, was ting bearer 1
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Bobby Smith served as best Starke Golf: and Coun- 'JOB TAMER' ., I F I
Truby Lee and Marion A. man, and the ushers were Bill try Club held a New Year's'I _
Payne Jr., son of Mr. and Edwards and Mike Chambers.Mrs. Eve party Saturday night [
Mrs. Marlon A Payne Sr., Lee chose for her from 8 until 2 a. m. Breakfast' Vi TON STEPSIDE SHORT In \
were united!' In marriage on daughter's wedding a two was served after midnight.The II C\
Sunday, Dec. 17, at 3 p. m In piece off-white suit accented club house was decor- WHEEL BASE PICKUP StockReady Series OlOSlepside
the Madison Street Baptist with green trim complementedwith ated in the holiday theme and' ...-
Church with Rev. Norman a green cymbldium: orchid YI. balloons were strung from the I Ice1l1ng. To ((Pickup
Redding performing the nuptials corsage. iI Noisemakers and ONLY Go!
I ..Mis. Payne, mother of the I re party hats were given to all'
I Decorating the altar were groom was gowned in a blue the guests, and dancing was, Includes .
standing baskets of white boucle dress cut on princess enjoyed with music by Joe $18'II 94
gladioli, white mums and lines with matching jacket' Malin and his four piece band I'' PLUS FRr.JOHT? *.. ilEA TIm
white pompoms against a With this she wore a pink from Jacksonville. *..
background of greenery, highlighted cymbidium orchid corsage.A Approximately 200 members, Padded Ii4h:
with fern trees and reception was held in the and guests enjoyed the affair.1.I Two Outside Mirrors\
candelabras/ church educational building I r 5 Year 50,000 Mile I'anaramic: tear Window
Mrs. L. A. Canova, organist, where baskets of white gladioli i- BHS Class Of '67 II or Warranty Dual; Hrcuklinc System:
played the traditional wedding were placed in the reception ..

marches soloist, and Gerald.accompaniedthe Williams. 1 Mrs.room.Norman Redding n.oi'ti 9f,' Has Xmas Party No. 1 Truck in Sales in This Area the Nation the World!

Given In, marrige by her ed guests at the greet-I I .Member! of the Bradford' ,
father, the bride wore a long standing in the l-e High School graduating class I
Wedding Date Set
i gown of Venice lace' ver silk were the bride and? groom,I I'I of 1867. with their husbands," Bank Financing to 36 Months Low Down Payment rl
designed with an empire bodIce -' their parents, the groom's GarbettPurvisMr. wives, or dates held a class up
I adorned with drip pearls 'I grandmother. Mrs. Rosalie reunion and Christmas party'
and long tapering sleeves of : Crutchfield of St. Augustine. and Mrs. Herbert A., Thursday night> of last weekat
satin with Inserts of Venice and the bridal attendants.The Nelson of Keystone Heights the Starke GoLf and Coun-'
lace. The satin sheath. skirt brides table was cov-, announce the engagement I try Club. The afflar was sponsored ': '
featured a tunic of Venice ered with an Imported cutwork -, approaching/ marriage of by the 1967 Parent-' Chevrolet's )Mobile! Truck Exhibit Is Rolling Your Way
lace and a scalloped lace linen cloth centered witha their daughter Diana Kay Youth Association. I ,
hemline. An appllqued lace tiered bridal cake flankedby 'I' Qartoett, to PFC Harry Lee 'Ihe group enjoyed hamburgers ,
satin bow enhanced the oval candelabra holding white Purvis, son of Mr. and Mrs. and: refreshments along.
I chapel. train with lace motifs tapeis. Silver compotes held E. L. Purvis of Gainesville with dancingand reminiscing I
and satin bows. A cluster of nuts and party mints. The I The bride-elect Is a graduate during the party. hours,. 8 to
I pearl petals secured! the table was decorated with, pink, of Bradford High School. 12 o'clock.;' I USED TRUCK SPECIALS BALDWIN CHEV OLET--OLDS
multl-tieied veil.She carried camellias and greenery. Cutting She graduated from Santa Fe
bouquet of Ivy and feathered the bi Ide's cake was Mrs.J. Junior College School of Practical Little Women I
carnations centered with a W. Herring Jr., aunt of the Nursing in 1906. She Is BRINGS YOU
large white orchid. Her only bride. I presently employed at Aladhua To Meet Monday I 1966 Chevrolet *}/f Ton Pickup
ornament was a diamond pen- The punch<<: table way! cov-' General Hospital as a nurse.
Miss Martha Sue McCain,
dant. ered with an imported linen The biidegroom-elect Is a i I
Miss Jackie limes attendedas ,outwork cloth and a garland graduate of Gainesville High Home Demonstration Agent, FJeetside Long Wheel Base, Custom Cal), Radio;
School. He Is In the will present a program on I ,
maid of honor, wearing a and presently
.of pink <<:camellias greenery Heater V.8 ;
long sheath gown of romance I encircled the punch bowl. U. S. Army, stationed at! Fort' home economics at the Little I Engine _

blue fashioned with empire: Miss Lee Darby kept the McPherson, Ga. Women's Club meeting, Mon- .. ._. __ ....., ... .. -'
.. '''''' "''
8, at 7:30 m. at .__ '' r '
bodice of embossed velvet, bride's book. Assisting In sei- A January 20 wedding is day, Jan. : p. Sale I Price $ I '''' '' '' ''''''' H
the club house. Hostesses for I | 490.00V. ,
portalt[ neckline, and brief ving were Mrs. Warren Winkler being planned at the First :
the evening will be Janet I I j j'I
sleeves. Matching satin ribbon Mrs. Mike Waters Miss I Methodist Church in Starke at .
bodice tapering 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Nichols and Gloria Gibson.
encircled the Denise Winkler, Miss Martha I I
to back bows attaching the Siemer, Ms. R. R Andrews All friends and relatives are \ j
flowing satin panels. Match- and Mrs. S. Invited to attend.Miss Recent Birth 'I 1966 Chevrolet I /-T\ Pickup .. u ,
P. Nolin on
Ing satin bows held the brief Mis.E Sparks.T I _" >/J,).>. "',",.'","'Y"y!"UIO .",'rr o<<, )h"< b

tiered veil. She carried a I ""
of white After a wedding trip In Bradford County Hospital' Fleetside, Long Wheel B.ise Tutone Paint > : .'fj' 1
fashioned Radio :1.
nosegay, Florida the couple will residein the following I' f. "I;;= :f <<
sweetheart roses backed with oakland Calif. I births: I Heater, "-R Engine : "
tulle. 1't- "
blue evI
royal Alma Akridge and The bride graduated from Mr. and Mrs. Jake C, My- h .. .10'>
Miss I -
Miss Dianne Adkinson attended Bradford High School in Jun-1967 rick Jr., Starke a son, Jake: !. Sale Price $1390.00
,i as bridesmaids in gowns ior and College.Mr.attended. Lake City I Cleveland Myrick III. Dec. 29.
I identical to the honor attendi- Mr. and Mrs. Jason Bruce
ant's, and carried nosegays of Payne also graduated Crawford, Starke, a son, Eric
white sweetheart roses. from Bradford High School In I .Jason, Dec. 29. 1966 FordTon
Miss Laura Ann Lee, sisterof 1965 and attended St. Johns! Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lee PickupStyle
the bride, was flower girl River Junior College. He is ,
Alldredge, Keystone Heights, a
U. S. Navy, attending w
In the
son of I now
Thomas M
Mr.and and Barry Mrs. Delano Thomas 1 an electronics school. son, Randolph Wayne, Dec. Side, Long Wheel Hase, Radio, Heater, G

I 31.Mr.. and Mrs. Fred Cunning I' Cylinder

ham Jr., Lake Butler, a daughter CHEVROLET'STRAVELING

I'' Baptist Youth Woman's Club ?" Lisa Suzanne Dec 28. i Sale Price $1345-00

Have All-Night To Meet Jan. 1 10 1".t.I" Mrs-Alice Kite
.. .:. .. TRUCKStyle
t' New Year's Party Lee Draper of Fernandina, Funeral l Services i
head of the Container Corpor- : 1962 Ford /-TonPickup
-\r. .... gel ForNFriday
I Members of the First Baptist ation Forestry Research In :'
Church Young People'lDepartment !I this area, will be principal I > .. lira. "Alice Mckinney Kite, !
held all nlghl t at the Starke Woman's Side. Short Wheel EXHIBIT
an "
speaker ,1i V-& Engine, Needs
follow Wednesday I \, ru. :,..t 67, widow of the late Lester!
New Year's Eve party Club meeting, Some Work
I ing church services Sundas''j Jan. 10, at 3:30: at the clubhouse 'I' Marian Green J. Kite, died Tuesday in a I ;
night at the home of Mrs, hospital after a I
Randal Chitty on Searing Mr. Draper will speak on To Wed Mr Douglas brief nines I M5- Sale Price educational exhibit of Chevy truck'
$395,00 and
I Street. conservation and planting,, Mrs. Kite was born In Brad- You'll see a fascinating
1 ford County on July 31, 1900 transmissions and rear axles.
The high school seniors and growing and grafting of pine Mr. and Mrs. :Robert O gasoline and diesel engines '
college students, home for the trees, and will show slides. Green of Starke announce the and life. had lived here all of her!, : Cutaway and working! You'll see how every precision.put:: actually -
She of
I holidays, were served assorte The speaker will be Introduced engagement and. ) approaching First Christian was a member Church the of I works from engine to rear wheels! This .nah.onaIlY ac-

during sandwiches the ,night.cakes. A and display snack: man by Mrs of the Tyler club Jones conservation chairs Marian marriage Rose of their to Carl daughter Edward, Starke. Her parents, 'were the Celebrate With Baldwin thevroletclaimed exhibit will intrigue the whole family Don't t fail.: to see It! _

various types of flares and department. [Eddie 1 Douglas, son of Mr. lafe JAJ.' 'and Poly Parrish
off at Hostesses for the afternoonwill and Mrs. Howard C. Douglasof McKlnney.
I midnight.fireworks Mr.were and set Mrs. Robert be Mrs. T. O. Retch, Brooker. Surviving Is one daughter,! Olds and of I THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
I Barkadale! were hosts to chairman; Mrs. Don Patray, Miss Green la a 1966 graduate Mrs. Louise Newman; and one! I get a Buy a Lifetime!
to the group at the theatre at Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs. Fate of Bradford High School 'son, 1. J. Kite, Jr., both of! .. I Jan. 11th and 12th-8 A.M. Till 8 P.M.
I 1 a. m. with a comedy movie. Brown. Mrs. J. O Gay, Mrs and the Career Academy at Starke; nine grandchl'ldren,1
Atlanta, Ga. She Is and five great grandchildren .
After the show, the group A. R. Norman, Mrs. Ouy An- employed
around a bonfire In drews, Mrs L. A Canova, Mrs In the office of Dr. O. L. Funeral services will be:
the Chitty back yard. The 30 A. R. McRae Mrs. W. H Noll- Haynes Jr., D. D. S., In held at 2 p.m. Friday in the11rgt Come In And See All You Can't Get Anywhere Else
people also enjoyed man, Mrs. P. L. Bridges, Mrs. Starke.Mr. Christian.! Church with I
young contests and K. O Duncan, and Mrs. Orle Douglas Is also a 1968 Charles Reese and J. E. Sher
various games I "Your
of Bradford wood ministers. Interment Faclory Authorized Chevrolet-Oldsmobile Dealer
music during the party hours, Wiggins. graduate High officiating ,
till 6 a. m. School and Is now attending will follow In the fam-
10 m.
p. Chitty In St. MarksVomen Georgia Tech in Atlanta. ily plot In Prevatt Cemetery
Assisting Mrs. The June wedding plans under direction of DeWitt C
serving and caring for the The Women of St. Mark's will be announced later. Jones Funeral! Home. Baldwin Chevrolet- Olds

guests were the department Episcopal Church will meet .Active pallbearers will beN
superintendent. Mrs. Charles C McConnell Jr., Freeman
Monday night at 7:30: In the
I DarbY and Alan 'McLeod. Parish House with Mrs. R. E. Adjustable Vinyl Book Register Jr., H. H. Houston,
Mrs. Carl Roberts, and Mr. JIucBlaLn as hostess Covers. All sizes 30 cents as. J. R, Kelly, S. G. Denmark, U. S. 301 North Phone 964.7500 Starke Floridaaaec.rYfei
Ben Moxley ,
and Mrs. .I Tb 'teJo'ap and Albert Williams .
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.... Section! 1 fage 4 BltAPFOBP COTTNTT TELEGRAPH. STARKE FI/MUtt/ !:A fnimSDAV. JAN. 4, 1968

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.. v.. 'ij ::; riled acalrmt. you and Y01are

In Repair Racket NOTICEI with your'required:written to defense serve a, copy if any of
County To Help City Procure will not be affiliated to It. 0'- the plaintiff'. attorney -
the B 4 J Income Tax Service whose name and address
after December 14, 1967. I la George H. Pierce 203-205 M.

; Illiterate! Reno Negress Paying $3,665 Permanent Library BuildingParticipation Route. 1, Box Charles 33, Starke C.12-14 Johns 4t, Fla.1-4, and clerk Temple otherwise or file of before Ave.the the a above original Judgment January Starke styled,with IB Florida may, courton 1968 the be,

In a move to No details of how the. pur- The 'council has discussed Dieted attain you for the relief -

For $600 Screened Porch And obtain the old Florida Bank chase will be financed were I making payments on the pur- !. The l Circuit Cln-ult Court.or FlnrlilM RlichtkJuillrtnl InABd or petition demanded! In the complaint

Pay-off at Starke building at Walnut disc-usseidi( at the Commission chase of a new building with For Hradford. CummtT: Wltne my hand and the seal.
I CM* No. :220 of laid Court on December 13.
and Call Streets to permanently meeting Wednesday, but the $100 per month now being CIVIL ACTION 1067.

house the Bradford County Johns said the Joint city and paid in rent.It Qeorirla Marrelene Gortsey. (SEAL) _
r Geneva MoDuffy Brown, an r their reputations protectedfrom Public Library was approved county committee would try Is estimated by COuncil- Plaintiff, Va David Leo Qudaey Cimrlei A. Darby _
2 illiterate Reno !isr "fly-by-nlghf operatorswith Defendant As Clerk of Bald, Court
negress -" -i unanimously Wednesday by to have a definite proposal man NoUn who has spearheaded Notice Of SuitNo Property By Virginia( F Darby
paying: $3,66376 for -wofk on minimal assets and gross! 'I the County Commission. I II ready by the board's Febru- the investigation. of You ar hereby notified that Aa Deputy Clerk
1 her home that should have annual sales in the millions .of Jerome Johns, one of two meeting. Working on the committee the proposed purchase, that an action for Divorce ha been 12/14 4t 1/1

: cost according to estimates dollars." I commissioners to. study the with Johns Is Commissioner renovation will coat from $$,- ----

.. by a reputable local contractor Some of the firms, Dixon proposal being pushed) by the Buck Norman and City 000 :to., 8000.
: around $600. | said, operate through. a pro- Bradford Library Board and Councilmen N'ell Tucker and I
A mezzanine floor, new
... Unless something can be gram offering. : phony bargainsor City Councilman p T. Nolln,. Councilman Nell Tucker andP.
floor tile, and
lighting an
.. done to help her, Geneva will deals, easy credit, consolidation said the "county should help T. Nolln. I
.. make payments of $43.64 a of debts, and exagger- In some way." He said the The county now puts $15.- : alr-conditlonlng. system would
have to be installed in the oldbuilding.
.. month for seven years to pay ated performance'claims.: building is being offered at a 000 per year into the library
second floor
: for improvements, which con- The racketeers, Dixon said, "terrific price." budget the largest portion by' The t

: slat primarily of an 8 by 12- thrive! on. easy credit deals, and For about. $15,000 in pur- far, of that spending bill. The would give 3.400 square feet
I to in the ;
compared 2,300 present
: foot screened front porch with some lenders providing credit chasing and renovation costs, city presently pays $100'per
... concrete block pier foundation. also figure In the operations. Johns said the. city and coun- month rent for the building library quarters. Councilman -

w "And the roof even leakson Some of the lenders are aus- ty would be getting a building I the library presently''ocouples Nolln says.

: on that," Geneva says rt pect'ed of having: actually] par- I worth $50,000 to 60000. at 132 South Walnut Street. I

r Much of the work set* forth ticipated with selected home .

: in the original contract was -T Improvement retailers In ob- Those New Christmas Guns every effort to see that the I

.. never done, she, declares.! This taining contracts /based on young owner is properly Instructed -
.. included installation of Gold fraud and misrepresentation, In Its safe use and
: Bond siding on the exterior of !to r. according to DIxon.' Must Be Treated' With Caution handling in order to protecthis

the house, with"'new window Most commonly Involved In own life, and the lives of

w facings and corner boards, and Geneva !MrDitffy Brown dlfuufwea repair contract'with in.I these operations'are contract Many youngsters experienced lltar with Florida Statute others.. It is suggested that the

: painting the exterior with two D. Hamilton (l1'fU.) InveHtlgtrtor; with the State Comptroller's tors dealing in aluminum .)ding the thrill of receiving. 790.22 which provides that the following safety rules be clipped I

w coats of paint.\ I Office, and Rep| Gene Shaw. bath rooms, "porches andcarport's their first gun during the use of BB guns, air rifles. and : out and attached to the

: Cash price for the Job, ascontracted \ recreation 'rooms, Christmas season, and with .22 calibre rifles by any child stock of the new Christmasgun
.. The difference of around children' payments. The monthly awnings, gutters, and other until the youngster knows
was $1,800, and in this new ownership must go aal'eI1t.er" under the age of 16 years Is
I $1,000 'between this and the payments she Is making for facilities the :FTC heart
according- them by :
: addition to this. Geneva was degree of responslbll prohibited unless such use is
contract price is accounted for her new front porch consume "
+ given $256.61 to pay off some I I report. ity, warns the Game & Fresh under the supervision and; in TEN COMMANDMENTSOF
by that costly factor called] almost half of this meagre In Until stricter laws and FIREARM SAFETY
w regulations -
Insurance abstract : Water FIsh Commission.
debts. title or I the presence of an adult. I We Like To Lend MoneyTo
: and "official fees" add "time price differential, which come."Commercial ] are passed on a federal "Private ownership of gunsis "When Santa leaves a gun, 1. Treat Every Gun With
ed another $100 to bring the is USed! by some unscrupulous I Wolvee"The ], state, and local ]level, the the historical birthright of he should also leave a copy of The Respect Due A Loaded

: contract total to $2,1156.61. contractors to get around the case of Geneva McDuffy public is warned that it mustbe all Americans and the. first hunting regulations so that I Gun. People Who Need It. .
legal limitations on interest Brown la by no means an isolated lt.g own float Hue of defense. 2. Watch That Muzzle; Car-
can represent
gun a memorable the become
w i youngster might
But? this amount is still a
: far from the $3,665.76note rates.Geneva one. It Is typical of many The best protection at. present occasion for a boy. This familiar with the'laws. designed ry Your Gun Safely. What financial needs have loan
we a
cry that costing property owners When Not ever your
gets silently more are : Is for the property I owner to birthright. however1,* carries 'al to 3. Unload Duns
and wisely
conserve use
w that Geneva' finds herself than $100.per month in "wel- of Bradford County thous- refuse to sign any contract, certain amount( of responsibility -! Florida's wildlife resources,' In Use. for you. When you borrow from us it is always

: obligated to 'pay off her secured home. fare" and "aid fo dependent44gfldrotfxiow ands of dollars annually.On or other legal paper without and anyone old enough to director Frye says. A copy of 4. Be Sure Barrel Is Clear Of quicker and more confidential and you repay according -
by a mortgage. on
w M a national scale It Is estimated reading and fully understanding own a gun Is old enough to the ,regulations may be obtained Obstructions. to your budget. \

r that such racketeering Its contents. use It safely and In a manner by contacting the 5. Be Sure Of Target Before.I Lending money at low bank rates is just one of our

-- STORM DOORS Is a SIS bllllon-a-year Industry.It If In doubt', ask for qualified prescribed by law," says O. E. Game & Fresh Water Fish: You Pull Trigger. many services. Come in soon to talk over your

cost, has reached such proportionsthat advice.! That's what Geneva I Frye. Commission director. Commission at Tallahassee or 6. Never Point A Gun At I banking needs,
.. U.S. Senator Warren G. McDuffy Brown failed to do Very few 'parents are fam- Lake City. Anything You Do :Not Want
STORM WINDOWSPORCN> @NCLOSUREIe :Magnuson la draWing up plans until too late.Accident. To Shoot. I
Investigation .. "It is a great temptation'; fora
for the first comprehensive Architect youngster. to fire away at 7. Never Climb A Tree Or FULL SERVICE BANKING
i of what !he calls .
Suit the Itlrst' bird he'sees on a Fence Or Jump A Ditch With, r
MATH ONI OPw "commercial wolves' In the Board To Meet Loaded OWNEd = OPERATED
llflib: however, most birds are A Gun. i I HOME
Ch..p.rIhaa Ole., home Improvements Industryand Never Shoot A Bullet At A
protected by both State and
Its financing agencies.As Heard ThursdayIn On CourthouseThe Flat Hard Surface Or Water.
Federal law, and the young
: a start, Senator Mag- Bradford County Com hunter should) learn to Iden- I 8. Never Shoot A Bullet At : The Community State Bank
will ask for Circuit' Court
.. nuson Congress mission haa set a meeting with tify protected birds game itlon Separately. j I

w r PLEXIILi SHATTIRPItOOF.MADI BETTER, LAST LONOEIOustCutT an extra $500,000 to finance a Architect Frank George for birds, and unprotected species 10. Avoid Alcoholic Beverages OF STARKE
special Federal 'Trade 'Com- resulting ," the director added. Before Or During Shooting -
E1 A suit for damages next Thursday, Jan. 11, at 1:30:
any, mission task force charged from an automobile accident p.m. to work on plans] for the Along with the Christmasfun I MEMBER F. D. I. C.
.. J aadTackOnll t p ,, with investigating and prose- in which four persons county's new million dollar parents should make
cuting operators. I'
.. unscrupulous were killed was heard by Circuit courthouse.The .
FTC Chairman Paul R. Dixon
Judge J. C. Adkins Jr. architect sent the Board I
.. 3: 101E 1h'x
r r e, has reported evidence that Established 1904Bodcockb
here Thursday. Dec. 23. several dates on which he I
.. some( contractors; producer, The accident occurred on could meet and the choice was
.. and fabricators In the home I SUPER JANUARY SPECIALS
.. I Aug. 7, 1966 In a collision between next Thursday.
repair and Improvement InduI !!-
P Taut nt .p1i ngtYttS'.1w I a car driven by Larry In other action Wednesday

Cry branches may be which operating keep finance them Leon Free 13. of. Old Town concerning! the. new courtho:! .u..et .. l .MJRNITURE end-APPLIANES ."I q;< ,.. .N .. .e ,;, ,}
and) one driven by NormanLee Clerk Charles Darby read a I
thriving with "easy credit" op Freeman of Pensaxx>la. letter from a certified Civil ,' .

J.w erations.He Judge Adklns reserved Judge- Defense analyst, M. S. Johnson !) t, : :, ) .J JI
STARKE' BUILDERS. added of 194,000 that the home"honestmajority' Im- ment testimony.pending a study of the for, the who new has building examined, Johnson plans I l'j'j AI r.1nj; ("M'i ; if.-- I

= E. Washington. provement contractors need Joann Crawford, 15, L .wteY'1 stated that? If the new' court-

...w..... .... .*.....' .. "!:! -, Free's Gainesville and car Linda,, were Parker passengers killed 18 when in an house to excellent] present Is constructed, plan atomic it will accol'dIng fallout be-11 I > ,ii : !..i ::1 a; : { 1 :! ; f f'l\' rf

f"i-" ,
I : rfto: the cars collided at the Inter ( .
.. shelter, providing a large number li.I .. .I. I I
: section of SR-1-8 and H -fJl'i't'.i: : t .! tlillI
'lla, .l, ; i i about 8 miles SR.-2251 of spaces with a high protective :I I III''J I 0\-\ ....1rV. U f ''M Ik ''I J [ 11111

-: /H..o'd.'I'. ,.j.: :.: .'; .[" "'.<; First ,Federal I, S &" 'L'I; Association, I _...] :?:' Starke.Freeman's wife' Rose 31,I The entire factor.building, Johnson I I. ,' r.I.:;.i1i j I"1.,. ., :, v" '",
: 'i... : ; : said could be used as a*fallout ,j I "" iI' ''' ... I '/ I II ''j
and his three year-old daughter I I 1/ I U .I t .... .
r'1'G: shelter. !> \' ,' io 1.
: < : fowl h Chart Kathy, were killed and ,I ; j >{ I : ." ,-- ...J1 '
: /Iii .
.. ," : ,I he was severely Injured. I: = ... ....., '(f.. r.i'1-J. _.:., I I ,ill./ I i .tr.If-,;, L .....'

:: '' ; I Plaintiffs In the suit were i.. .;;.. ... ; "", Ii. oJ .. o i" I'i. ., i'I' t ",- '
.. : physical examination.The .; 141(" I,. r ;:. ; "-
,. "
: ,,$3 Mi1Hon ....'" .... '" ...'.. .... .. ... I Freeman, James A. Crawfordof six who will fee Inducted( r ._ r J.ti.'. I.i)1" ..um. sneer. .SI..II .-.....:1 1Ili ... lU'
: ) ;
1'.A"' ," ..' ..: .' I, ..AssetsDECEMBER Lawtey, and Mrs. Dorothy on that date are: Luther W. '" ': c a-u9 Ny':::; =.?:= UW\I. '::::" fa 1 OIWU\ -
: < .. .:....1.: '" Parker of Gainesville. Tyson, Richard Chandler, Clln. .. ::={iowl% choice _w. _, vlary sebW. 43' M HIT anil viitiouy ITUIB. aim .18'1011
41 \ .... ..... ...
.II' .
... .. wHS W.I. duel!. fuN.
.1' W N. [Bill Averal] of Gainesville .11" ... "' Misr p ruse ) a
'. 'r. ton Wayne Wilkinson Ervin __y V .
: ... ea Wrd.M IAAA. M.N "' .*
31 .,(1967 I was counsel for Mrs. .If.It0.t1.lTI0a..ed.1' .dIN..N. W.'h..M/h..I..d. / ..d Kor. _
Parker and Crawford.' Williams, Kenneth Lee Sellers Na........ hi_wW'h.'i-' $ 5 5 9 5 rwir'.11...M"....*.. H.ld.' "34.......,..41" .2''" .. .... -..

. ) r.r. r./ : FHP Trooper O. C. Garrett and William Clarence ILoper. loch/ mnt It.>...41">1ltV i"-. I 72 hut' 1 .
OVER C) $3; '''MILLION : ; who investigated the. accident, I was The the January seven induction men 'tout quota Mrs. low. iJ' 'fI '

.. r. ".. .. '" ; testified during the proceed- Rhoda Dampier!, cierk, raid that I 'h'-ot '
choose from a complete line of :
: ings. Freeman also testified as .
,>t$2 MiILQn one order had been cancelled I '
IN P to she to i .
I E h'" =1f>, x .: : he received.No because the young man had .[I '\r. '!"' :

'>, ", .. < .... ,"OJ. y." .. ... raised I enlisted in the :Navy j
}. :::. ) v' question was as :
." ''I ,. I Several] college students 42" ENSEMBLE : !i 1l
y' acci- KITCHEN
., to Free's ]liability In the .. <
: called (who out of
are college .
: ,, ; .
1 ..I .
; dent and Judge Adkins entered -
i I
phase and not currently eligible 42" 20" 7JT ,}
1 .,: J verdict that his insurance -----I x x ,; "

: !'1, ,Y'' ;." I'' '" ,.ti';-"t .." .. '; i f'',t or":." :. 1 company was liable. But the ] to'for request deferment transfer) are expected to t'he- '" '. J .*t.nJ..
I, .t' '. ."n judge reserved Judgement as .4 1 ( [
; J
a "d. '; .. .' t \\0' : board nearest their college 1 : plane. week ..,rfa... SlaMni. j

-- .:,|$Million;, t[ ,',(. ., .,;.,, .'....,. '. "..1'1',, ;' .. to damages the dispensation due to the of $20,000 three< when classes resume In January ,, ....! Mm Ming glass d_... .. ""T-" I"LJ-
., : t t., 'W .; :;. .:;:: \ .., ', Mrs. Dampier said. '7 F S N.rep..upb.erd.. 2 utility I
\ ; v' '. plaintiffs. ,
I 'w [
: :r .f5:;" 'i) ; ::1'> .1,.... "f' j,: ,'} :':'Ji': j1' !,l.1 The pre-Induction roll call Is I 7'r;' 'v'I1!".!:}- s f..) j \" ". ,' set for 6.45: : am. at the Local nn as blew. "w t .
: r "" ,vt t A.
t !
.. : 'tc ;; J.. .. i! Another Trial I .
"'II;"" .> -.I.V;. .. .. '. \L "..' ."..,. t. .:tt. J" ''' Board office on W Madison J! '
"' .
: '" I Street. I' .. ,
"" ; ':r' :' I Declared Likely "" .
: ,
.-- .. .. ti,: .., ', ---- ,.:'e \\L. v ,. ,.-.t ".'N'- .. .-." ':,.',':.'.'.'' Jj.1,' I For Prison RioterState ;,..: 1iI' If .?t; 56995 :t:, It. '
> 7" ;
_- ...'. '....' .,.,\-..,, 9"N" <: \ >'. ii."j -. ',,,' ..,.' ;., ) .'.."..."}" '1., ... f",") I... .... \ Attorney T. 'E. Dun- I t a a I i // j;. ; 0''

',p 'A" ", :.," !" : Ik'\. '3t. Uee.'rf'r can he Is "confident" there Is I :(, :" <:'JJ" ,
\ '' : 1 7
: : 1)) 1Fec.l1. Dee. ;.11 f 1{ d SKK ,
,... U'il' enough evidence for retrial of: 05B" ,..;
1fIt, i9GJ( : : ir'1f4JL
4 t.f..966o" (
'J .. Bennie :Brooks, the Baiford. :
i .err
........ ....I.. .: ,,,;j,, _."...'.. e"_. r ,.,h;___u i.Lu.;.'-..,. ....: 1I ;:11; \Inmate whose claims of being: choose from COPPERTONE Of WHITE ,, .

-- kept in a "wmdowless .tweatt-
box" won 'a''' Supreme Court

LET YOUR SAVINGS GROW WITH US! appeal touched of off his a convtctloit state prison and f

r .
I Duncan saldi: there was r
\ ...... BUNK BEDS .
... evidence to seek: a new 100% Nylon I 'Face CoverReversible ,,
trial without using. the con- Charley'E. ._ .--..:.=-.. I' .. .

I : Approximately Court fession said which was Obtained the'eme. after I1"iV' :,'_::'J'::.J.,.. p_ ) Ha full Foam size hidden Cushions ,t/,, 11I'." .' ?"dl I ..:).11 J 1 t 6"

mattress "
Brooks was kept In isolation .:-t 'J! :. : > !\ innerspring "
for two weeks. : I' to provide additional r .',. >. 1- (
$$120,000.00 Paid To Our Savers Johns k ::/ L facilities.; .. _--
t ''E I "barbarism"The court< leveled against charges Florida of t t IleePS"1i ."' ,. :c" :' ,. ( inr

prison officials In connection >o..Jf, ,' 0.. f ,' :f. .. \9f1
r ,I about this question: : ., L, ;?t l7:
In 1967 with the case, but the charges :: :
j< ;;? $U DOWN -
..::- "
: "
have been denied. "The increasing rate of .{1tj&; ... ._'- _--- ::./ ;;..rA't.'fI ,
I I Brooks was sentenced in &ii... __.----=::" -!'!;" {1jI'
Dade County to five. years in travel:;,{ accidents by air- + '; .j : "" ''X' '

) : prison for breaking and en- plane and auto are fright- !. ''''' 'J .......... I. ... 7'I -
I terlng. He was sentenced to ening. Does the Cherley E. .., ... ....} \ .... 1
; : Dividends Have Already Been Credited To I an additional: ,term for hto alleged 'Johns Agency have that I.- --. ...... \. -- =-- ---.P -
.' "' I AI.
: part in a prison riot in combination Travel Acci- ,. .irl[ ,, .....,. ,. MCJ I I : ,"" -:: :' ::;; ..ooJ" ': .J '
: '
II rI I.... fiJJf1 I 'P'J "t. 0{(
: The Accounts For The Fourth Quarter I 1905. dent and ", Mkrsm "
Baggage Policy / $ 95 L': 14" ; / !: ;.
B Plea p"t.'nIcO''I/i1' ,otss '
.-. .. I Six Scheduled which covers sickness, in- included, 2 bod, 2 >p:!ing., 2 99 COhbRti;:.} :"' "' J1l.-, : :; :.' ...: ...S 'S'I

w jury or death of the trav- m.ttno.e'd guard and Brown Turq.-' c.r .... 1e. ..zu. .,. = .
w : For Induction elers and theft or damageof I \ 2" posit. $5. DOWN R.. c..:. e----=---

.rr Savings and] LoallmAM Next Tuesday personal belongings?" D.IuN.BUNK Back OUTFIT;
+ I Thee, heaviest can In some Charley Johns

:.... time Is reported by Selective Agency .
I 1S1 S. Walnut St.
for Tid!\y. Jan. 9. when six:'
218 N. Temple Ae. Phone it-3000( :
will be Imluctnd and 23 II 128. -
i men PHONE 964-5070 S. Walnut St. Phone 961-5239
will! report for! j>f<,HmluctlonJ ,

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Donald J. Thorn ReenlistsSenior ,. \ t
Chief Electronics Mrs Thorn is the daughter, men*,' They are now residing .' "
Technician Donald J. Thorn of Mrs.'Ruby V. Dyal and the I at the1' Naval Communications 5peclal YQ gc #
Ilejtl) recently enlisted for six late Truby.I..Dyai of..Gainesville Station,. San Miguel, Luzon + Ite'tister!' r'Tr a

additional years of Navy duty' and a'gran44a31g", {.teJ' of, Island ,t in the Philippines. Invited To Our ,.
Pictured: with him! are hi? the late IRr'nn4 Mrs. Oscar .They: have .two and a half ,14tyUARY FREE DRAWING

wife, ,the former Nell Dyal; Dyal. She11413 many!. relatives more years In the Philippines, i
their son, Andy r. and Ijcdr. E. In the area,'and< wag!! employedat after which they will take ti PET ACQUANTED ? 100 GAL. GASOLINE

J. Boone Jr., officer in charge the Bradford County Hospital l 1.11-11. at home in the States, 1 t JU' iter New
of the Bublc Bar Naval Base for two iila half 'ease. and then hope( to be stationed -Drawing
Communication Station, In The Thorns plan .to' make with the Navy somewhere In n n it'oon-Sat., Felt. I
the Philippines where the re- their. home on CJovti Road'' In Australia or Europe.

enlistment! took place.County '_, Jacksonville after his retlre- II III

II A Very Special DealtMONTH OF JANUARY ." The V 1968 .

Agrees To Enter I b. .

The 9 A.M. 6 P.M. BARRACUDANow.

Joint Sidewalk Project j 1968 PLYMOUTH ,;__ Showing At

Accepting the proposal ol slon a detailed estimate of the. I streets and on a sidewalk. All VALIANT 100 STARKE a
City Councilman Nell Tucker footage and costs WednesdayIn three bodies agreed to provide ,,
to participate In a $6,000 side- his second appearance. be- labor but cold, hard cash was 4-Door:
walk construction on Wash. fore that board. There Is a I the big obstacle confronting MAKE CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH
ington and Orange Streets total of 4.749 linear feet of the implementation of the _
and Colley Road the County walks 2.134 feet of which is I proposal. -- '. -
Commission voted unanimously on school property, he said. It Now two of the boards have YOU) R MOVE w

Wednesday to bear one- will take about 310 cubic agreed to pay their pro rata ,
third of the cost. yards of concrete which at share of $2.000 each and
With Tucker leading the $17 per yard will coat $5,270. Tucker said Wednesday he expected -
way (he City Council voted to Other costs such as wire to the School Board to 90 Move Up To
pay a third of the cost two reinforce the concrete over along.,
weeks ago. Tucker told the driveways, drainage pipe, anda There Is 950 linear feet of M

Commission he Intended to survey to run drainage sidewalk be laid on Washington b4oSr'Swwti ) 1 .
apprqfich; the School Board levels run the cost up to $6- Street all owned by ... .- "w -. f 'yalUn1100 ,
Tuesday but. Its regular' meet- 008. just above Tucker's orIginal the School Board. There is 2-I Valiant 4-Door Sedan Chrysler I 68 .ig1.. a.necuda'I/ 'alt .
Ing was postponed until next estimate.. 205 feet on Orange street \'\ :-r."
Tuesday Jan. 8. When Tucker first presented 750 feet of which is on school;: A that's
compact th.lllyeno.oh to
Idea of the joint venture t the joint project all three property. There Is 1.534 feet save you ..
proposed by Tucker is to boards agreedi It is worthwhileIn > on Colley Road and the School gas money-Tough enough to take the wear and ..

share, costs, and have all l labor that hundreds of childrencan Board owns 434 feet. tear-and maybe most important priced for the WITH TilE KIND OF LUXURY THAT We Gave It Four New Engines
provided! by the three bodies. buyer who still believes in living within a budget.
to school
Tucker!!/ gave the. commls- walk I -
Just For Kicks
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Church Of lesus Christ Of I A During Our Open House And A Very .

LATEX Establishes Office Here Latter-day Saints Starke Chrysler Plymouth Sale! Specialry. '
[1416 East Call 81.1']
Services: .1

1 While\ Working\ On New Gas Line School 11:00..Priesthood: 10:00:, 8:45,: ;Sacrament Sunday Starke Chrysler PlymouthWILL ,

Branch President MAKE IT EASY TO OWN I
LATEX Construction Co. of The company will employ: Dean Hansen, 964-6278. $2279'
Atlanta, Ga., contractors on 90 about 250 people on the proj- .- :
miles of 26-inch pipeline for: ect, bringing: In most: of il'i. MORGAN CHAPEL -' .q 3 r Y2Y0 ..1

the Florida Gas Transmission skilled workers, such as weld- At r-;, $: ..
Co., set up its office here Monday ers and operators, and employ- Sunday School: 9:41: >>. morning Plus Freight I.:

in trailer facUlties on the Ing: some unkilled labor locally Worship 11. Training P 1
Charley E. Johns property on' foe superintendent said. Union 6:15.: Evening Worship. ........- '
S. Walnut Street. Around 40 pieces of rolling 7:30.: Wednesday Prayer Meeting Special Price Good During

J. I. Cissell, Job superintendent -' equipment will be used on the 7:30.: 995.00y January 1968 Only .,
said the company would project. -Bob I* Cooper pastor. tf _
for about LATEX Is also installing an .,
operate out of Starke : S-"
fur additional engine at the Brook- DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH : '; See This Sports BarracudaToday
sixty days before moving i, .IIV'." : :+ 4-' ---.-. v
in Plus i
ther south to be nearer the ter. er compressor station connection BROOKER Freight f
.with the expansion program Sunday School. )0 a. m. ; "
minus of Its jab in the Apopkaarea. I
which will give Floilda Morning Worship 11 .>. m. Special Price Good During January CHRYSLER: NEWPORT 4-DR. HARDTOP>>

Work started Wednesday on' Gas corporation a capacity: of I Training Union 6:30 p. m. '68 The Plymouth Win-You-Over
feet day. Evening Service, 7:30.: He/;/ Only
. clearing the 40-foot rlKbtofway 192 million 'cubic per I GET A WINNING DEAL ON TIlE
. starting at the Brookor: Present capacity is 430 million Lacy Conway pastor "WINNING CAR Beat Goes On \

I compressor station on SR23i5: ,' cubic feet. Includes -
!Mr. Cissell. said. BOATDRAW BAPTISTCHURCH Our Prices May Be Down Around The Low Price .
STARKE Car, nut That's All That Is
Sunday School, 10 a.m. VALIANT VALUE SPECIAL! Remember .

In Court Of The Count waive l luformalltlfs In any bid : Morning: Worship, 11 a.m. The rest of the Newport Newport 4-Dr.
Judge The Bradford County, },Florid I whole t .
In Prolate.. of cause, .. :; to :n"t'\1\ ning Worship, 7 p.m. Prayer Cigar Lighter all 4 of
In Cordary He: Estate Baker Helberaer, bid for. that the In best It*lt.I Intvrexts of the he Meeting, Wednesday 7 pm. *" Wheel Covers yet models are only our a Newport few dollars Low as 100 Gallons Gas FREE

Decgafod.To! All crert'lor' and person City of CITY StArke C'OO-'II., Florida:: OF THE Florida *" Body Side Moulding more than the low .-Plus-
havlnv claim or demand CITY OF 8TAHKK.': FLA. I, AI 3. Day Dried Rail Moulding/ $980
against said estate: Morrlll Edwardscity Executive. Director : priced I ones. / *
By: January Get Prices
byY and each of you are here: Clark I Dec. 28. 1967i; January 4, 1968 *" Dual Horns Acquainted
notified and required to pre.sent u |/. 12/" 2t 14FICTITIOUS
any claim and d..mand"which I >> Plus
Special Freight
All At
either of
Von. or you mat
have DART aaralnnt BAKER tha entate HKIBEROKR of COR' Purchase 1% |T' '.\TIO\of equipment: FOIl. BIOS for <.ne AVKIWAVITHAIUfY. "NAMR' STATUTK I See This Valiant 100 Today! Good during January only Bank RateFinancing

Deceased, late of Bald County, to four wheel street eweeperF ORUtSN.!: 1>. p. II!'. Starke Chrysler-Plymouth
the County Hradfor The' City' Of Stnrke.' Florid..: BTAtK OF FLORIDA
County: Florida,s.att* ryfflcn, F: ': ) $, C&)}:.N1ila OF DUVAI. .
In the rourthnuH of said countyat received l hy the City Clerk. City day personally appeared '
Starke.' Florida, within elx of Stark.! : Florida Standard; until Time I;7:0PM ;: before ma an offlctrduly
calendar month from the time (/Sa.tern authorized to. admlnlater' .t
"d.PuW1"Iv -
of the first publication of this on opene.lr thereafter> at\ the "olf' oath., HARRY elRUBN, D. D. 8.
notice Each claim or denandahall UrP l Council :01..111111' on who being first dujy' worn, de- 1 1NOW'S
he- In writing, and anal .City. for purchase of the pone, and 04y.:
atate, the place of r..fd..nce. and that lat The name of all the persona
pout. office and shall be worn to bv turnlehod "hall foregoing flcfltlou. I name
the,claWnant. M* ai-ent",. til'l. attorney be All In accordance'Iulpment with UO, ."oelfiratlona and the extent of the Interest j jf
and any inch claim 0. contract de.cumente pt each of them In laid bvela..ala f
demand not IJO filed. ahall be i thereto. wl Ich
pertain ng a* : +
void././ Park' M. Curmlrhael may I1e examined. Clerk'1 a 0.the.t'tlitlluRlrector offneof / ZrYe .vpr' p. V. 9:, 'P.A.:

, Park M Carmichael Cum TextamontoAnneito l. Am AdmlnlatTator i SpeclflratinnN the Cltv Starke,may o a<1 obtained' 100 Bye/ J>r. Harry druen. Pre. DEALS OTHERS TURN DOWN :!

DART. BAKER of the. E>HEIBBROER4eceaed. tt* of COR-. from the City Clerk Starke,, sident.Sworn. to and, ubcrlbed before '

Florida.Each hid shall he .deU..d. to me this 19th day of December I
1/4 4tp 1.25 Cite of i'tarke.Florida. 1887.
the City, Coon"lI.and. marked ..Tllrl hale /aA.'B.. Blackburn. ..,, -Jr.-
IWV1TATIOW. FOR Bln J JCttr I of."Equipment and elellv""d- !llr..t tl t.. ...bweeper. office, Notary My CommUalon Puolla" Expile.; Aut..
a Starke. FloridaPur .

With One Tractor.-he Backft.e For of M Riede"Efiolomcnt The nnred Trencher For. I tan tlva of Florida the of a.Cllr,Me receipt either{Bidder Jlerk.'by ther.rnr City a who repre.pnt"-of IIh..n.. Starke.er rb ro.celot by.. 23, NOTICE 1670. -OF ANNUAL 1721 4t 1/11, 50,000 Mile or 5-Year Warranty Will Trade Your Present Car J

City. n# P,,,'k.. piorlda rerlatered mall'. with return MEETING OF !MEMBERS

rorelved"sPlupn bv pnOPOaATJ"th. (''.t". of StarkeFlorida II". .r."uuted.Tb. City rf..rveC. the rl"ht. NIItl1 tn First Federal Savings ,J it
until Tlm, ..T-OI>/ )nn P.1'f'.'''n. ..... Starke Florida. Said meeting j
and nuhlf''*'lv nn"tt*<1 tt tolrau.e.nnnd/nr. t.- ...r..pt the ,
after lIt the r"rn' iCltv Connell t..dvm, ...t will he will be held et the office of j1
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that .
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heat Int.r. the association, 218 JfortH
itr hatte nf the niinr1n equip for the I @ .
mace with. .haet.An' i.1,..*. City ofriTv< fill" ..", ''n.nt. f".al..d. ahelhi ',"'T rata. l'T.\T\KF. the afternoon, on Wednes The OnCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH
to annortne. with the. *n....I. ( Plymouth Win-You-Over Beat Goes
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until of
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. t.r.4. mU'1 with return receipt 112. :
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I Hot-Cold Tornadoes Fourth In Dunedin: Tourney Quiz Work Urged Return Program By C of C % -t

Bradford High's hot-and-i: I 5 forwards Mike Kmet and Allcens Oil Starke-Bradford Chamber of

cold cage squad duplicated Steve Smith with 23 and 12 Lynn Oil McGehee __________ 428 Commerce members are urged

l last year's performance as points respectively. Kmet was Prey 6 214 BHS Regas ___________ 1 4 6 County AutoInspection Power Rate "t'o complete their program of

they placed fourth In the, named the tournament's most McMurran 204. Cagers Bow Royall ______n____ 102 I work forma and return themto

Highland Classic .sketJbltlll) valuable player. McMillan 204 Walter ____________ 1 0 2 the Chamber office.
tournament at Dune-din: last In other second round Williams 226 ___ The forms are coming In
Silver __ __ 022 ] Hike
week. '.j games: Dunedin wiped out Total 19 11 49 / Third Stackhouwe ________ :1 0 2 CloserContinued Pending very slowly, according to
In the opening round of the Milton 83-67 In the winner's .. Second Round: In Straight Totals 27 8 62 ''Chamber Manager Pete Novak.

popular tourney BHS downed bracket: ; Apopka nipped Del- BHS 6 20 19 23 -68 I He stressed that all members
5 Torna-
Jan. the
Delray Beach Seacrest 53-49 I Beach 57-56 and Sanford Seminole 17 19 22 1977 Friday ( From Page One [Continued From Page One]
ray I Just like the University of ton, the locals field goal per. does will come home to try to should fill put the form since
to gain the winner's bracket walked over Bishop Barry 69- BHS OPT Florida's once highly touted centage dropped to less than break their thre game losing standing In the middle of Lincoln plant at a cost of $243. Supt. It determines the direction the

and up thier season record to I 44.Tournament McLeod 91129 Gators the Bradford High 40 per cent streak against visiting Live City Rd. and being endangered Davis said the city has ownid Chamber will lake over the
5-0. Second action finals the Chandler 4 2 10
round saw saw
basketball team Is driving itself Chris Hornbuckle, senior Oak. Next Tuesday, Jan. 9, by cars and trucks from a smaller one 1 that is out of next year.
the Tornadoes lose their firstgame I Tornadoes vying with Milton Jackson 328,I Into oblivion.A Bulldog guard, fired in 27 they will again be on the road Owen Joist Plant.Instructed I commission now and a new one j It Is also the one time that
of the season-to SemInole West Florida entry for Scofffflns 237 I
a sure sign of this wa the points most of them comIng ,-this time in nearby Lake I !Clerk Darby is neded to clean the entire every member of the Chamber

'17-68.High In the of St.consolation Petersburg, finals third reverse place.In of the previousnlght.s Mercer Brown' 204 022.' 62-52 pasting at the hands of on driving layups. -- to Cli'y. Preliminary game" begin: to call for new 'folds on gaso- power plant for a paint job in I has a direct voice in planningthe

Bolles ((1-4)) Tuesday night'at lead Belles past the Tornadoes. at 6:30: p.m. both nights. line and oil but deferred that the expansion now under way. program.The .
the locals fell to the Milton game the Tornadoes Williams 102
the winners' gym. BHS Paul MoLeod once) again action on county's Insurance forms are due in the
Panthers 55-43. and led the McKnight 102
High started strong,
downed Bolles 63-56 in the sea-, topped BHS scorers with 16, program, until the next meetIng Chamber office before Jan.
Last year the Tornadoes Panthers 13 to 11 in the first Dell 204 Homemade Sweets Warning Issued
I son opener. The los" wes the 'tout no one ehe could manage In February. 15, Just a little over a week
took an Identical 4-0 record period. Reserve guard Dave Totals 24 20 68
; third straight for the 'Tornadoes -! double Sought For Vets .
figures for the cold Renewed a 312,000 per away.Mayor's
:llnfco the tournament. won the McKnlght was given his first Seminole OPT
first game and dropped the starting assignment and responded Kmet 10 3 23Gotinerln leaving them 5-3 on the' shooting Tornadoes. In NAS HospitalMrs. year contract for ambulance On BB Guns
season. BBS started strong and led service with DeWitt C. Jones CourtEight
'next two to finish fourth. :: with a six point contribution 248 I
A Tight Duel in the first quarter. Van Ness 10 424 The hapless Cators have followed 15-13 at the end! of the first Arthur L. Green of Funeral Home. Clerk Darby Used In Lawtey of

The opener developed Into A Cold Half ShOat 146 a similar path--whipping period 'tout'the aharpshoot- Route 2, Starke, will make was Instructed to ask tho firm case" were disposed

a point-by-point duel. and BHS scoring began to lag Smith 6 012 third ranked Vanderbilt just Ing Hornbucklled the Bull another trip next week to car- for an audit of Its expenses SLawtey's City Council begunthe by Mayor Carl Hurst In StarkeMayor's

'was the closest game of the In the second period however.and Coeneri.: 102 ''before Christina to grab a dogs to a 28-24, halftime ad< ry homemade cookies, cakes and Income for the past yeara new Tuesday by Court Tuesday night:
V. 4-0 head start on the season, John Barton Lee, disorderly
season for the Tornadoes. only standout defensive Baldwin 102 vantage.In and candy to wounded Vietnam called ;fur In the contract. warning parents of teenagerswho
Seacrest led 9-7 in the first play by guard Larry Mercer Totals 311577' ', and have since dropped four( \ the third stanza \Bolles, veterans now recuperating at --Re-elect Chairman Dave are shooting out windows! conduct by assault and bat-

tjuarter and 25-35 at half' and center Bruce Jackson\ : "'. Final straight. i extended its lead to eleven, the Jacksonville: NAS Hospital. Shutord for 1968, Mrs. Jessie with tery, fined court costs of $6.50.

ilme. Erratic in the first half I ke.pt Milton from running SKS 13 9 16.6-43Mlltori The Tornadoo's cage misfor- 47-36 and BHS was never able Mrs. Green took such home- Chastain as vice-chairman, and BB-guns. Fred Goodman voluntary Intoxication -

the Tornadoes settled down away with the game. At.h. U- 11> 12 18 14-55B&3 tunes began last week at thu to come wltbhi"nine points In made Items to tie nospltal for re-appointed Gene Shaw as There have been several!'I sentenced to a fine

;jmd took command of the time the Panthers held a OPT Dunedin Highland ClassIc the final quarter. distribution to the wounded count'y prosecuting attorney, complaints' elbout wlndowfa! I of $27.50 or five days in Jail.

game In the third period be- 23-22 margin. MCLeod' 4 5 13 tOUrnament, with a 77-68 semIfinal BHS _____15 9 12 16-52 veterans at Christmas, and and T. A. Yawn as county at- shot out with the air rifles, Willie DeSue, voluntary intoxication -

hlnd the accurate outside Third quarter play. was Jackson' 239 loss to St. Petersburg BoDes -_....13 15 19 1562G.F said and torney. Clerk Ethel Reddish said. The I sentenced to six:

shooting of Larry Mercer and pretty evenly snatched/, but :Mersl) r". : II, V 408 Seminole one of the top V T they were appreciated -Was fold by Clerk council decided, to take further days in jail.Fredrick .
enjoyed( much by the Darby
jRonal Dell. In the third period the Tornadoes suddenly frat : ht' V 237 ranked teams in the state. The McLeod' ____....,._ 5 6 16 very that the first payment of action In. the matter unless the Samec. unlawful

BHS outscored the Sea- the free throw line 'hitting 'd1an&e'i ro.,.., -. V 1 1 3 locals played a terrific game, Chandler ___;_....__ 3 2 8 men.Anyone who would like to( II.. $10,000 has ''been paid on the' parents act to control carelessuse I speed, forfeited bond of $52.50.

Crest;: squad 15-10 to take a for only 3 out of 1O. charity NW Uantt Oil overcoming an early 14 point Scogflns__J..<.j._. 328 contribute homemade cookies new courthouse. of the guns.A Walter Plerde, voluntary in

.three point lead [138-35] going tossaa. Despite this, the came :ScOW-lns. 022) deficit to close within six in Jackson .__-i____-__ 044. cakes, candy for to -Instructed Road ForemanR. warning was also issued fo,I toxication forfeited 'bond of
'( or delivery
Into the final stanze. was a tight one BHS trailing V :'Total V 13 17 43 the final minutes -. but It has Mercer ->-*_._. __... 204 the hospital next week E. Jones to negotiate with parents whose children ride bicycles $27.50.

Forward Harold Chandler 37-4<1. when two big ,factors Milton OPT,I been all down hill since then. Brown ___________ 204 leave them not later than Man-mil) the City of Starke to have at nights without lightsor Sadie Martin disorderly con-

Tame alive for seven, points, eatered to spell V defeat for the Bodlc. 6 517' In the finals, again Milton. Dell __?___________ 2 0 4 day. with Mrs. Green's moth, speed limit and no( dumping reflector, a practice the duct by fighting forfeited

Jmd 6-7 center Bruce Jackson Tornadoes.V WAlling'v, 204 BHS suffered an Ice cold ]MrKnlRht, ______*_ 0 8 2 er, Mrs. Martha Dorko at Denmark' signs made. council termed very dangerous.In bond of 2750.
Collected four plus several Larry Mercer intercetitea.a Kenton, 248 I fourth period -- so cold that' Williams V ,.__(___ 1 O 2 .,Received the reorganization for James Alfred Ollpin. wilful
I in StarKe. at the word from
Mtal rebounds during the Panther pass and raced down 'NiKIl': V. 204 'they failed to score a point Totals 18 16 02Rol'pn or the the new year Councilman Eugene and wanton rerkloss' driving
Sinai:: minutes to preserve the court to attempt. layup. Roseer 339 '-om the field, giving the West' OFTHornbuckle Law ey post office, where Mrs. SRD that work on paving the forfeited bond! of $37.50.
I Green is : !. Brooker hydrocarbons Starling was re-named
-win.Ohandler While In the process 6f makIng JenUna 216 (Florida team a 55-43 win. ] ..,__,., 13 'X: 27 en.ployei.A will road Luther Wade Jackson fall-
begin shortly would chairman and Councilman
was high scorer the shot. Mercer WM upended 204 Against both as Rob 1 I to have vehicle under con-
Barnes V Bolles and Mil Tomllnaon ________ 0 1 13 classified ad In the Telegraph work the ure
"lor BHS with 14, and Jackson by a Milton defender 'Total, : 21 13 65 / brings results. Road. on Santa Fe Lake ert Scott Scott vice-cnalrman. |i (rol and causing an accident,
followed with 10. and lanced: face first on the for 90
J7 ;" placed on probation
High scorer In the game was floor. Thirteen stitches were'required Hearing Is S'e'tA days.
: ,
belray's Willie Gibson ,
5-7 guard to close the gash over

who plunked in 17mosty his right eye. : 2PM. Today You'll lind
) from 25 to 30 feet out. The loss of Mercer seemed
In other first round action, to have a demoralizing effect ,In1 I Case it In the I Telephone

"20th ranked Dunedin pounded on the rest of the Tornadoes A\ preliminary- hearing isset'
'.Sanford 108-69; 13th ranked and enabled the Panthers ,to
.today at-2 in CountyJudge's
Seminole trounced Apopka 75- implement a devastating full p.m. OperatorsNEEDED
Court oil A former
59 and Milton beat St. Petersburg court press which shut- ut
Marvin Earl
:, Bishop Barry 75-61. BHS from the field in the I -
(Bobble) Harris, 33, charged AT
By virtue of the opening final period. The locals scored'
a lat i here with attempted rape. and CARL BEGGS USED VACUUM: cleaner reconditioned -
EllS gained in the If
round win. only five points you find
your name
emt-final contest with pow- eight minutes all from the'.committing1: a crime against among the Classified Ads, Gulf $15 up. 10 different SouthernBell

erful Seminole Warhawks of free throw line.Wont nature.-- come to the Telegraph office and receive Service name brands to choose from.
:St. Petersburg.It Quarter I The warrants were signed, TWO USED PARTS Parts &: excellent repairs aP I

looked like a genuine This was the most ,dJsastious -,.by the' father1\ of a 14-year-old FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive- 'Top Prices for Wrecked Car makes. KIRBY SALES &

rout In the making as Semln- period of play 01 the Jacksonville girl on Dec. 11. 24 Hour Wrecker Service SERVICE 712 N. Main, Gainesville :
,ile Jumped to a 21-7 lead aa season for the Tornadoes, and','. Harrl V ,111.l charged with Passes in.PAINTS 376-7110. tfchg ,

the second quarter began. Milton surged ahead t too win bringing the''girt to the Sanvp- --- Fuel Oil -- Gainesville: na.'I. .

'BHS was force Into repeated the game 55-43 and third ._on A'I.IaJke 'area on Thursday, AAA
S &: II Green AT
Stumps, LAST!
the ballhawking tournament. ; i: VEOTABIANS I ...
turn overs by place in the Dec. ; HASTINGS Hwy. SOI! N. Waldo No Experience
Seminoles, and were sel- Senior Tornado forward HATHS' ) & UPHOLSTERY WORKS 448-1998 I HOME OWNERS Nccehsary
ableto manage more than who averaged TOUR _
dom Paul MoLeod. POLICY
V. <. IS Lemon St.; Falatka. *.
Drd..mVrn Full While
one shot against the towering 186 points per game In the VOC-TFCH CENTER LACY CONWAY For Pay

(three men over 6-51] War- tough, tourney competition was E.rfc word .T.. 1C __.0'1 Furniture Repaired FLYING: SERVTCHJ i Mobile Homes You Train
defenders.To 'all-tournament Members of the Starke Rotary i Upholstered I That Qualify
hawk named to the \ V lD; ( make matters worse, the team. Last year his brother. Club toured the new psW laMEMORIAL.""..". __.211 MATTRESSES REBUILT I rentals. Greyhound Bus CALL THE MAN
only tall man, 6-7 an all- Bradford-Union, Area Voca Time Positions
Tornadoe's McLeod. was
; Wayne tlonal-fech-nlcal Center *. RB80I.I: TIONS New Charter. Keep your party together FROM\ KEYSTONE I
Bruce Jackson fouled selection.In Training Innersprings I .*.
center tourney V S ....!. Paid Vacations
per ird charter bus.
a Phone
after their' luncheon. meetIng and Box George E.
out early In the second period : the championship finals, ( Springs 94-6090.( LaRue & Holidays

leaving the rebounding choresto 'DunedIn:' came from a seven Wednesday. i H. Kord CARD. ..*OF I....THANKS. ---'-.. tajM: Drop Us A Cord or Call I tfchg I INSURANCE AGENCY .*.
( 6-1 forwards McLeod and point halftime deficit to down Opsratipri.\. of all departments Bnch ward .".... BO __- _,<> PALATKA EA 5-9166 A classified ad In the TeleI Keystone Eligible For
Chandler. the Seminole Warhawks '70-, in the new facility were explained -- I graph brines results.INSIJRANCIC. j I Hts. 473-4692 Health, LifeInsurance
BUS Improves 66 in a .foul-ridden contest by Director Ted Ogles. SILVER SANDS &
The pair performed better that saw seven players foul, by and School Superintendent LAKE 209 E. Adklni St. FOB RENT Furnished 1 Many Other

es the game went along how- out-with 53 Infractions 'being I Tom rC&sey.Plans for further $2,700 to $3.500 Stands< Agent AT REDUCED RATES and 2 bedroom apartments. Benefits

ever, and began to cent the whistled down.Bemlnole expansion' of the facility were ., GATOR BONE LAKE AUTO. FIRE BOAT Unfurnished 2 bedroom'

;JWarhawks tight man-to-man had beaten Dune- also shown. $3,575 to $4,275 DOYLE E. CONNER house. W. H. Nollmnn. 510 .*. Attractive

.defense.: Tornadoes By half time had the cut the inspired din 70-54 earlier In the sea- -- EASY TERMS INSURA.'PE AGENCY I tf. Cherry St. tfchs Starting Salary

Beminole's lead 10-.36-26.the gntnaanford!: captured fifth A classified ad In the Tele ;*fem; : See S. E. McKay tfchg AFTER CHRISTMAS starting With RegularScheduled Pay V
outplayed bring results. V
Bradford place in the tourney as they graph Keystone Height Myers Power ToolsArea new classes for our late
highly touted Warlmwkfl In ripped Apopka '76-45. THE: RIGHT POINT 10'I: I Supplies I I 473-4740 or 473-4152 comeri. Tap. Ballet, Aero etc. Increases

.,tthe second half-and by mid- First Round ''; :.! ? Phone! 473-4818 Headquarters For Ph. 964-7098. tfchfj *" Age 17-35; ;)
they we, writ Com la pd
ya ,
final period
way in the BHS 7 1 16 15 1553 I LavnniouePower' Tools! ..
$had ,trimmed. the margin, to Seacrest 9 16 10 14- 39 MIeeC.toc VMrorlta.. ESTER 4 FOR SALE-BRICK: HOUSE !MrCulWh Chain Raw. High School( l

fslx points-71-65. BHS OPT BfcOOtC fonntetn pea. TELEORAPBL I ready for occupancy :a t bed- Pumps A': Water System No. 605 SWIM AND RE- Grad.

J It was height that told the McLeod 328 Vp room 1% bath. Treated Just Brlggs' A Stratton Engine LAX. 1 Acre pool. 3 bedroom Apply

Iflnal story however. as 6-6 Chandler 6 2 14 I outside of city limits In Rentals Bales Sen'Ice modern home. $12,500, good

:Warhawk center Ken van Jackson 4 ::3 10 Plnebreeze. Easy monthly 230 N.E. 16th Ave. terms.

Ness hit for six straight I' points Mercer 317' : : I terms. Longchamp Coast Co. Gainesville 378-3111 J No. 592 SECLUDED 20 SouthernBell

'In the final minutes to- save Brown 204: Contact Bufoid Mitchell tfchg ACRES. 3 miles of Starke.

'the 77-68 win. Scoggins 022 i 12Wides. pone 864-6853. P. O. Box I Beautiful building fflte. Pine

Paul McLeod was the game's Dell 408 238 Starke. Ucha TYPEWRITER RENTALS: FOR RENT-4 room and bath and Pecan trees. $5,000. 1/3

;leading scorer with 29 point Total 23 9 53' Custom Made Day week or month.Brad- furnished' apartment. Call 964. down.

including a perfect 11-11 at Seacrest 0 P T, Fv ford County Telegraph. Phone !IP8S2.( No. 606 TO SETTLE ES
Florida LtTlna UcbgI Employment Office
the free throw line. I Gibson 6 517 Best Time To Buy 984-6305. tr TATE. 7 rentals and home.

In addition to Van Ness Lee 102 IATIlUU Get MOM DID YOU KNOW It's easy to Off Season Prices I Location, price and (crmscouldn't 400 SW 2nd Ave.
Warhawks had 6- own a Longchamp Home? REAL Gainesville, Fid.
with 24 the 'be better. Interested,
,F.r Your $ S Better built for Florida liv- New! & Good Used BUY- SELLTRADE PUMPSNEW give us a call.STROUT .
Mon.-Fri. 8:30: )
ing. Your plans or ours
No or
NASWORTHY'S13th Your lot or ours. contact Bu- 2117 N. Temple Ave., A.M. 5:00: P.M.
mtMi4n Employee Real Estate
ford Mitchell phone 964- Starke, Fla.
6853. P. O. Box 238. Starke. 404& W. Madison St. Deep & Shallow Wells ((904) 964-6609 An Equal Opportunely ,
DAD tfC:1I: Phones: Off. 9646461WE Water Softeners & Filters Employer
LlKB TO WORK FOR SALE-''Feocter Pigs. Du-
Month FOR SALE -Petunia Plants roc and Berkshire.' -.Elwood ,Expert Service On A ClaMlfled Ad hi the TELEGRAPH !:- 1 1I 1I

YOU Benefit! I better shrubbery. Azaleas Padgett,. 409 Jackson St. BUY used furniture, appliances All Makes brings reunite. '

and Camllliaa for less. Ferguson atp! 1/11 or anything of value. Phone 964-7061 !? 1I'I

Nursery, Ralford Road. Ph. Dahmers Discount House, 964- DURRANCE PUMP
DiscountsSALE V AH Site*'n DisplaytJ,912 064-6227. tfchg THANK YOU NOTES-eau.! 7923. tfchg AND SUPPLY CO. FOR SALE 65 acre farm

V Wide tifully engraved la gold or highly Improved Bahia pasture.
V \ EUNICE NURSERY Fe- silver $1.23 for box of 25, Including HOMESITE Available 105'x 8 acres Pecans. House bams
In sales
V of
cans, Bradford 106' Nice neighbors. City and wells. 3 mIles North
Peach/ Pear and Plum envelopes.- of
Real( Eafate
and In
nd Expandable: Trees all tf utilities tapped and ready. appraisals Starke.
; bare root. Citrus County Telegraph. for Contact Doyle Conner,
: r.- ., trees container grown. Azalea, Walking distance to shoppingarea estates corporate and Individual 964-7369. 4tchg 1-11
SACRIFICE Titan Mobile of Starke. owners. 30 years experience

i 'ew.l1ncl'' Used Branded Camellias,Petunias In bud, and Calendulas bloom., Coach 30 x 60$ ft., large bath, shady. Pecan trees.Beautiful 2250. in Florida land mat. FOR SALE 2 used 30 gal.

Panales. Other !living room, 2 BR Florida Terms available. $225 down, ters. A. J. Thomas. Licensed upright water heaters; 1 used
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sign. Ph. 782-3465. 4tchg 1-4-68 Interest. Ph. 061-5438..: tfchg Fla. Tel. 964-5701. tfchg 1 used Floor Furnace (gun II

Thurs. Fri. Sat. Mon. Only UM Oar Rental-Pur- 1-11 I I type automatic]; Well's Elec-
Repossessed FHA/VA Houses FOR SALE--$400.00 Down .
chaM Plan -Payments trlc! Repairs. tfchg
Available In Gainesville, Ocala $90.00 month MASONRYMATERIALS
a V Including
We Must Reduce Our Stock Under $50 Per !Month BUSINESS:' $30 UP OPPORTUNITYMAKE DAILY on and Palatka. $100.00 to $300,00 taxes and insurance. 3 BR. OB DAHMER'S Discount House

down. Contact A. J. Thomas, House House. FHA Mortgage. closing out all Motorola Sterosat
Route. Man or woman.Part .
Realtor. Starke Fla., Tel. 964. Ph. 964-7420. tfchgFOR. cost Check these prices
full Write Mel
or time.
Before First of Jan. InventoryBIG : lowiMobile 3701. tfchg Ready Mix Concrete ConCrete first. 3tchg 118IT'S ,
Heath Box
2766 DeSoto Sta.. SALE-A small work
i Block, Sand Rock
: II_Memphis Tenn. Itp FURNISHED 1 bedroom mule: also 3 puppies free. Ph. A PACT: Chiropracticcare

DISCOUNTS FOR RENT Newly decor- house house for rent. Ph. 964- 782-3901 or 732-3784. Itch? Cement Mortar Steel, Oyster restores and maintains I

: Home SitesAVAILABLE I ated furnished 3 ''bedroom 6785. 308 S. Water St. Up Shell. Llmerock. Roof health even after other met.hods -I

: -. apartment. Utilities furnished JUST RECETVED! Tiuckload Gravel Precast Lintels and fall. Phone your Chiropractor FOR RENT-Modern furnish

STOREWIDEWHY $17.50 per week. 127 Lafayette FOR RENT-3 bedroom Concrete of merchandise. Only businessIn Window Sills. Everythingfor : today and let him ed one bedroom Apt., No pets
FuH Lake Privileges St. Millard Judd. II block 'home In Plnehav- town that guarantees used prove It no children. $45, month plus

Homestead Exempt- phone 964-5951. Itchg en Subdivision. $70 month. appliances for 30 days. We Masonry {Construction. utilities. Call 064-6225 tfchg
I Call 964-6659 after 7 p. m. will appreciate your business. NEED -Competent lady to
PAY MORE? I Financing REDUCE: safe simple and Up Fennell's Bargain Center. care for children In my home WILL Keep children In my

fast with Oo-bese Tablets. Only 2tchg liiiP'OR | 5 days a week. Call after 6:30: home 5 days a week. 520 St,

'We have one of the Heat! TV Technicians in this i Lake Geneva 98c. Koch's Drug. l'8tp' 222; FOR SALE 1956 Chevrolet Bradford p. m. 964-5127.! UpFOR Clair. Itcfog'

pection. 2 dr. new tires. 2 Kragar SALE-AKC. 11mo.oldred i
( FOR RENT-2 bedroom; un- RENT-unfurnished 6 i WANTED-Someone to do
Mags. Good Condition. Ph. male Boxer blaze chest. Engineering Co.
furnished house close in 268 room house 4 miles out fromStarke household work 2 ,:days! a week.
; Trailer Sales 964-5372. house broken; all shots and ,
C. H. Nasworthy Furniture Park Place. phone 964-6088. ears trimmed. 964-6944. It I' pd.' Phone Starke Phone on Raiford, Road 16. Apply 441 W. Madison. tfchg
2tchg, 111| 4 BEDROOM!: home on 3 964-7155 lip!
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lI.lhtaOpen Retail Sales. Apply in
And Appliances A classified. ad In the Telegraph -: limits. L. K. Whitehead Ph. tage. 3 rooms and bath. Ph. Covers All Sizes 30 cents eat :. manage Control
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!lahed by fine Imprisonment
FARMER'SUnchecked DIARY or both." he said.

Willful setting of an unlawful -

BO far by a hard! days when' ho. saw steam- fire la punishable ,by up to
freez, the Worries are coming powered farm machinery. Como $1,000 fine and three year*''

Into production and! an In- to ,think of it, we've seen a imprisonment 'or both. Mail

creasing number of personsare number of changes here, as clous setting of an unlawful.
Here We Go Again selling the early fruit along when we first settled in this fire can carry up to five years

the highway. One of the big .section, almost all farming was imprisonment. Under Florida.

Whatever else may be said of of the two-hour parking limit in growers Doyle 'Starling, pickeda done /iwith. mule power, and law'carelessly penalties can follow either ,
total of 131 flats recentlyand ndW ,ace very few "jug- or
it, 1967 appeared to be a year the business district of Starke, starting a forest wildfire.
around here.
sold them ar the Jacksonville heads"
when the traditional verities with possible consideration of
were S S S Carelessly causing a wildfire
market for a price in excess -
questioned in politics, in eco- even reducing it to a one-hour 4' : of $4 per flat. The price Another change we've' not'ed subjects the violator to as

nomics, in religion, and in virtually 4 ', along the road is the usual has'been in the farmhouse yard. much as a $200 fine or three
limit.A F \1
months in
every other element of the systematic program of replacement M* t three boxes for a dollar. Years ago, the yard around Persowho, prison or unlawfullystart both.

structure of present-day society. of trees in Starke, for 4 1'f C S By Sam McGarvey the house was raked clean and fires on land belongingto

What does it all mean? No one those that have deteriorated to k ti Incidentally, {Starling said crab claws, and broiled lobster, kept free 'of grass and a tidy another may face private
f/ : ; ; hl. plant" are growing fine, .. ing up of that sort was a NewYear's
the main That
really seems to know. Some the point where they must now a. course. samo damage suits for ecovery of
claim that the tearing down of be removedThe l. '' : and that the cold snap a While /Way, we had aom- pickled custom. Now the farms loss. Moreover. Coulter explained -

old standards reflects what might adoption of a county ?;i 4i 'Tf ago did little some damage of: the beyondnipping fruit. ter shrimp, no Alice prepared has by been Sam'gettingher sis have in the grass cities lawns,. arid aa the people power do Service,can the assess Florida suppression Forest

lie called a healthy rebirth of advanced zoning and building code that From observaflon, iw"d say fill of sea food. mower has made that 'possible. coats with the dollar amount

thought. Others view would protect property owners that the plantings belonging to S S S S S determined by the expense of

with foreboding a trend they feel from the encroachment of unde- -, .,.' ... ,y : .\ others, are in rood shape and Alice has shown. a lot of Improvement But thaf' 'only ono of the controlling the fire.

is leading to moral breakdown and sirable structures.A L1r A' making proress as the resultof lately, however, and things that are different now During 1966, the Florida

possible anarchy.In thorough cleaning for 1 ,otn-s fairly heavy rains. Sam can't be sure whether it'a in farming around here. Vegetable Forest Service reported 43
'. production, has been drastically -
a result of his good care or unusual per cent of a total 5,406 forest
whatever light the futureis Crosby Lake Cemetery, and the curtailed and the '"Iittie" -
There are also fires caused careless
some! pretty cooking. or that Alice as by
viewed it still seems fittingto start of fund for perpetual care. have about
a farmers gone
crops of greens In the area, hag had albout all she can! ness largely by campers,
follow the old tradition of set. -Stricter laws to deal with unscrupulous and ''Jf a heavy freeze takes sftmd, especially of the latter. out, !but we still have a numberin smokers and trash burners.

ting goals and expressing hopes home repair contractors place up-country, the grower! S S S the berry business Poultryproduction Arsonists were tagged with

for the next twelve months, in that are bilking property ,. % may "strike it rich" with their Speaking of illness, our old i is growing more setting 45 per cent of the to
spite of the frustrations and uncertainties owners in this county of thousands t.- caJbbage, 'collards, mustard or friend "Herm1 Hamilton. is recuperating important every day, and Brad- tal. The other 12 pccent was '

of the times. of dollars annually.A : (1ccS.&tttO { % turnip greens. The growing of from an operationat ford County now has fine herdsof caused by lighting or for other i
( those is a good gamble cattle. miscellaneous reasons.
crops his home east of >JJawtey. !
Here few would solution of the so-called
things S
are a we In. that the investment is small Herm came here about the S S

like to see in 1968A : "school crisis" to the satisfactionof UThES.j4 contrast to other ventures. time we did; he 'farmed for a About the only thing that Common Law

comprehensive study everyone if such a thing is % S S while, then did a lot of tractor hasn't changed Is the weather.

launched by Bradford and other possible. With Alice laid up with a reipalr work and during recent It it tm aa unpredictable as Marriages Are

small counties to develop ways These are just a few of the siege of the flu, Sam has been years has been in the brolier ever. One day you get up and Ruled Out -= ,"
serving as chief cook and whilehe' business. its mild and then, before you
of local for and work production
and means reducing government things we can hope old north wind
S S S know it,
for in the New Year in spite of by no means a French Common 'law marriages are
costs before the big-
; chef,, he does offer variety.For When visiting him, the ofhor starts to blow and you beginto no longer recognized legally in
county legislators take things in- the uncertainties, doubts, and ,, ;; instance, commented on the remarkable wonder if you're living in Florida under provisions of a

to their own hands and start do. despair that make it difficult to Resolution ner he 'put on a spread con- changes he has seen Florida, or in southern Georgia. new law which ,became effective -

ing it for us. assess the future. For January slating of oyster cocktaIl, stone in agriculture from the early January 1.

-A thoroughgoing, bipartisan Above all as we enter 1968, Fires The 1967 Legislature voted

investigation of the expenditureof each of us should resolve to be Starting fo join 36 other states which

taxpayers' money by the Florida worthy of the heritage of self- Farmers To Benefit From New CarelesslyMay have already ended the practiceof ..
to be
Development .Commission for government a heritage for allowing couples
Bring joined permanently in marriage
purposes other than those for which 500 American men are now Reporting Service By ASS WITH COUNTY Just by living in unwed matrI-

which it was created. laying their lives on the line in Persons convicted of care mony for 90 days and "Intend

-Continued strict enforcement Vietnam. Farmers! will benefit from anew Kansas City The reports are YOUR AGENT lessly starting forest wildfires ing" 'to become. husband and
service which In Florida can be held liable
reporting being printed! by the computers wife.
has been Inaugrated by the and mailed direct to far- just as surely as wilful or The law la not retroactive,

I A Matter For Due Thought ASCS Leaton Morgan Jr.. mers. A job of this sl9 i:\ could malicious woods arsonists. however, and those already
chairman of the Bradford not be completed without an State Forester C. H. Coulter bound by common law aren't

not established just ASC County Committee ,announced automated system Mr. Morgan oMered the reminder this Instantly divorced.
For several weeks now there was as an week as the winter lire season
today.. A report of said.
has been indication offer. with Its extra A license Is now required for
growing that\ introductory approaches
payments made to each farmer Since this Is the first year
the City Council of Starke is seriously There are two things therefore, under ALP feed grain and for a service of this! magni- challenge' to Florida Forest legally recognized marriage,

considering rescinding':the that we think the City Council other direct payment programs tude, there are bound to be a Service firefihting crews. and the ,bridal couple must

volume of power rate establishedin should carefully consider beforea during 1967 will be few problems. The chairman Nine out of 10 forest started wild-by have a (blood. teal, wait three
mailed to the farmer during suggested that farmers carefully fires in Florida are and "I do" in the
1964 when consideration was move is made to rescind the people" Coulter pointed out. days, say
the latter p.art of January. read the explanation on
under way about a Holiday Inn rate: Too many of ,the nine are 'presence of witnesses before a
This report I is expected to be the report and'check the accuracy -
locating here. ((1)) It should be rememberedthat helpful In preparing individual of the total' reportedby \ George P. sparked ,by careless people- judge, minister, or notary

Under the volume rate any the 1964 council establishedthe income tax returns. The same comparing! it with farm lIuggIflSa carelessness involved In. destructive public. .

customer using an average of over volume rate in good faith. Information must also be records. If aa error is discovered wildfire can be pun-

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50,000 kilowatt hours per month Management\ of the Inn entered furnished to the Internal Re- the nearest ASCS county ---- -n "-n- nn nmm _' n nn_ Increased And Widows
venue Service In accordance:! office should be contacted. to
cent KG after the ,
pays 1.75 per into the agreement believing it to Don't toss out that pot of Ing the rooting process.
with a requirement of law. have the mistake corrected.
first 2,000 KW. Smaller users be a permanent arrangement. The It is estimated that over County offices have been Instructed holiday poinsettias when, the There are a number well of Pensions Must Be Applied Forgory i
last leaf drops and the final poinsettias that will grow
pay two cents per KVV after the Chamber of Commerce sought the three million farmers will receive to give farmers what
red bract out of doors. If you desire
droops atop a apag-
first 2,000. volume rate as an inducement for this report now, being ever assistance they need regardless hetti-like' stem. red-bracted ,, varieties, propa-, .Although nearly two million may be eligible for Ole
gaU '.d..'fl'Oln- county off. !ices of where the farm 1.1 '
The matter failed :
tG--come up the-Inn to ''be located inside the Like a red-headed maiden gate such plants are' fireball living veterans, and 'widows new 'pension rate of $100 a
for discussion at Tuesday's meet city limits. and summarized by computoislocated and located. without make-up the plant Indianapolis Red, Albert Ecke, and children 'of deceased vet- month instead of the $78.75 or
at New Orleans
ing for the second meeting in oak Mrs. Paul Ecke. did receive $68.15 they' currently receive.
a can 'be revitalized Into a mar- leaf or erans automatiq
How will it to future
row. Councilman Gerald Williams appear Bonafide Farmers Must vel of beauty with proper For color combination mingle pension increases under the The VA Is also seeking to locale -

was::! out of town Tuesday industrial prospects consideringthe Apply treatment.The< the red planting with Ecke new Public Law 90-7T, M, T. more than 4,000 'pensioned
Starke area if it is fcound that plant will show bril- white or a ,pink variety 'DIxon of Ate Fla. Dept. of widows of war veterans, which
night and the four other members the city enticed the Inn here witha For Exemotion Under New Law"Bojiaflde" liant color next winter If you Polnsettlas will grow on a Veterans Affairs estimates Includes the Korean and Viet-

may ha.e hen reluctant to "concession," then took it back ? follow these tips from Dr. E. wide range of soils Including that there are more than 14,000 nam conflicts, as these widows,
broach the touchy matter with Extension sand, muck marl, rocky soil, who who entitled to an additional -
W. McElwee.} Agricultural veterans and widows can- are
A should be
made to
((2)) study farmers are they assess land for tax pur-
less thnn fil! strength.Be Service horticulturist. and clay. In spite of the wide not receive increased paymentsuntil $50 a month If they are In
determine exactly how much it urged/ by Agriculture! Commissioner poses.
that it feel First store .the pot, (a plant adaptability, the plants will they apply for them. need of regular aid and attend-
as I
may, we compelled Doyle Conner to make "The new law will, believe
costs the city to produce a kilo- and ,all. in an outofthewayplace present a better show of color Until the Veterans Administration ance, or If they are patients In
to towardsettillill'
comment before the early application for long!
exemp- go a way
watt of electricity. It has been 'bonafide and forget /about It until if you take proper care of is contacted by, or on a nursing home. Veterans who
Council acts.Thinking tion"m.der the new Florida status for
suggested that the volume rate \ Act up and will the about the middle of March. them. behalf 'of the veterans and are on, the VA Agricultural Assessment farmers remove
back to 1964 we can This careless treatment is Fertilizer application Is Im also entitled ,to an additional
is a losing proposition, or at least effective Jan. 1. blanket protection of the past widows( scattered throughoutthe (
remember how ardently the city approaches a point that makes A bonafide farmer Is one enjoyed by the so-called"city Intended to hibernate the portant. Apply about 1V4 nation, it has no way of amount for aid and attendance
strived to have Holiday Inn located plant during the frostly days pounds of a garden fertilizerper knowing who or where they allowances while in a nursing
a said.
the volume rate economically un whose land is being used prl- farmer, Conner:
here. agri- while the shriveling top feeds 100 square feet of plant are. Included! in this group are home, providing the VA Is not
We county
remember that badly for agricultural pur- By employing
the the sleeping roots. space. In early spring againIn certain veterans 'who have .been paying for his care and keep at
the matter of the "special" rate After talking to various city of- 'poses. cultural zoning/ boards Don't water the dormant June and ,perhaps in mid- receiving: pension. because the 'prlvatfo nursing ome.
The new law HB 305. requires new law gives a community a
was discussed! repeatedly by the ficials however it plant. summer If there are heavy they have dlsabilifloa whlcl Additional( Information Cin
seems total
appar- that all land used primarily choice and.;! approaches
City Council and Bond Trustees.In ent that nobody really knows whatit for agricultural pur- agricultural zoning( as closelyas But, so it wont dry out too rains. cause them to be housebouna be obtained at any VA office

the end the (Council voted to costs the city to produce cur- poses be zoned and taxed as possible, Conner' said. much lay the potted plant on Pruning Is the secret of a but are not severe enough to Veteran County Service Office,
its side in a cool dry place- of color next Christ- them for the hlghet or by writing the State Headquarters
establish! the lower rate for such rent. Therefore nobory knows if it agricultural! lands. It was authorized The law provides that. when canopy qualify k
under the back porch Is Ideal. attendance Office .t P. O. Bo<
aid and pension
volume users as the Inn. It is by the 1967 State property zoned as agriculturalIs
difficult is a losing proposition or not. Legislature. diverted to other uses or If you Jive on a concrete slab. mas.As each sprout reaches 12 paymen to.DIxon 1437, St. Petersburg. FJa.
to determine in recalling ,
It would have been better try'storing the sleeping plantIn it back 'to estimates that some 33731.
the decision how per- Conner said "While the ceases/ to be used for agricultural Inches long pinch
much the coun- haps, to have saved our comments normal deadline for filing tax purposes! It shall be reclassified that shady corner of the six Inches. Continue this cruel 10,000 veterans in this cate-

cilmen were influenced by their until the Council brings the mat returns with the county tax as nonagricultural.Under carper*: treatment to all sprouts Until n___ _

fear that the Inn would not be" ter into the open. But it would be assessor! Is April 1. 1968. returns the law', a county When spring comes, awake the middle of September. r

located in Starke if the concession too late if the Council moves as should be forwaded by zoning board may reclassify the plant by sloughing off Then stop to give the plant
was not made, or if it was all bonafide farmers as early land as non-agricultural when the dead top and placing the tips a chance to set indications it
made because the then city fath. quickly as are might. as posilble."' r ril J there is a contiguous, urban roots in a new bed of rich soil. bracts of color petals. '
Rescinding the volume rate, although the plantIn show their color .
deemed is "This will go a long way In or metropolitan development YoU can grow new
ers a good business it now effects only two assuring! 'proper zoning." he on one or both sides last season's pot. but the according to day length and

deal. users, the Holiday Inn and the added. and [121 when the board finds poinsettia will be happier if temperature. A ,plant near a _

In any case, the volume rate Bradford County Hospital, is At the same time. Conner continued use of the land for you set It In the soil where it listed window' or a street light

was established not just for something that should receive the saW.: 'It Is of the utmost importance agricultural ,purposes/ will act can flex Ics roots better than often refuses to color up likea
Holiday Inn but for that every land own- as a 'deterrent I to the timely In the confines of a pot. neighboring plant In a
averaging OOOO KWH any user utmost consideration by each er be certain that he files a and orderly expansion of the If you did not get a gift of nearby dark corner. The 'best

per councilman and bond trustee be- return for( each parcel of land community poinsettias for Christmas, it is flower development is when

month. There was no time limit fore a final decision is made. which Ifl being used primarily Both of these conditions easy to establish plantings of the night temperatures range
set to rescind the lower rate; it for bona-flde agricultural pur must be met, before a county the holiday ornamental by from 60 to 62 degrees.Chamber .

poses. zoning board may reclassifyland purchasing This will help to assure the as non-agricultural.. a local nureryman. However AwardNominations
Interest Shown, But Money Needed tax.assessor! that the land "While the new law has the some green thumb operators

owner has complied with the tax protection of the bona feel they have better luck If By Lynn Hamilton

Judging by the many tavorable make the law.: fide Florida farmer strong they sneak handlwood cuttings
cemetery presentable. Implementation! of the Act well-enforced zoning ordinances from a neighbor's ;yard following WARNING SIGNSIMtKIMCT You'll note we say, "chancesare
our editorial of last Contributions of $lC. $:. $20, or was cited by Conner as a mile must be ln8t.ltute.1- the flowering season. Being AcceptedNominations : VVEATIIKll! ," /because a change In wind

week concerning deplorable con- even more will be needed, and stone in the history of Florida and followed at the county You can root hardwood If you don't like the weather direction or movement of a

ditions at Crosby Lake Cemetery greatly appreciated. Checks may agriculture. since only those level." Conner cautioned.. poinsettia stalks by punching for four awardsto wait a few minutes, it front can upset the applecart.Here .

fell on responsive ears. be mailed to Mrs. John Simpson factors Involving the use of "This will put the necessary holes in the desired location. be presented Jan. 18 ,by the will change. No single groupis are a few barometer
Several land for agricultural purposes 'teeth into the law and will Inserting ,three quarters of at Its more aware of how fast fact's which, according to, the
contributions have already 206 S. Water St., Starke, or left Chamber of Commerce'
may be taken Into consideration assure Its effectiveness," he each of the woody cuttingsInto weather can change than the Kvlnrude News Service, should,
not being
been made annual banquet
but it will take at the Telegraph. They will be deposited be common
by tax assessors, when added. the soil and pressing the the Chamber office. boating fraternity. knowledge amongall
more-much more-to do worthwhile in local until sufficient acepted at t'? recall boatmen.
a a bank soil firmly around '>the base. of the annual Almost everyone can

cleaning job on the long money is accumulated to yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyNEWS son of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Be sure to keep the soil moist. awards Categories have been broadened waking up on a bright, claar 1)) If the wind la In the

neglected cemetery. At a conservative do the job. Contributions will be Potts of :Bedford) Lake/la serving Mulching around the cuttings somewhat this year! to allowa Saturday morning only to be easterly quadrant and the bar-

estimate, at least five or six ,welcome from clubs and organizations ABOUT with the 1st BIT, 28th will help maintain moisture wider choice of nominations. caught in a summer storm at ometer Is falling bad weatherIs
hundred dollars be needed well individuals. Marine Bgt. in Vietnam. The soil temperature and weed- New categories are Community noon. on .way.
wjll to as as
free conditions for rooting Despite space age technology ((2)) If the wind is shifting to
primary mission of this unitis Service HumanltJatlon, Civic
SERVICE MEN to search out\ and destroy and --growth. Organization, Service, and Good complete with satellites, the westward and the barometer -
enemy forces operating in If you prefer to propagate Citizenship. predicting the weather is still is rising clearing and fair
.business. The best we weather Is In store.
off a chancy
South Vietnam. This Is accomplished softwood cuttings put
&aAAaJ.AAAAAA4AAAA.A4 through dally patrols the project,until around June. Nominations are being accepted can do Is learn. the warning ((3)) A stfeadyibut/ slowly rising
) by the Awards Committee and be prepared fo act barometer the
and ambushes well as root well signs means weather
as shoots
Pvt. Edward K. Bryan. son These tender Chamber. Forms
of the
The has settled.
Bradford County Telegraph accordingly.Radio
of Mr and large scale operations.PFC unfer constant mist or In any
Mrs. Chamber
Rudolph Bry- available at the
-* are and television weather ((4)) Unsettled or wet weatheris !
ESTABLISHED 1879 an of Starke. recently completed propagating unit. Remember
1 office.' reports have made almost Indicated by a steady DutlOW'ly
an artillery fire direction Donald N. OrlffU I son It's important to keep
E. L. MATTHEWS\ Editor and PublisherFlorida' control of Mr. and Mrs. Ancll W. high around cuttings dur- Speaker at the banquet will everyone familiar with terms falling barometer.
course at the Army
I .
be Stephen C. O'Connell president like fronts and high and low ((5)) When the barometer

! 0 Oldest Weekly N.wpoper PabU.OPDtI ou ly Fort Artillery Sill.an Okla.:!! missile School with Orlffls.the of let Starke.Tank is Bn.serving, 1st of the University of Flori. pressure areas. These reports rises rapidly, It usually means
1117 da. have! also pointed out the importance clear but windy weather
Under TIle Sana Mast UPd.)7ot During the eight-week Marine Division near Da ter of Mrs. Ixntella Deese of
awards of barometer read ((8)) If ,the '
\ received the Air Winners of the four barometer falls (
course he was trained in Nang Vietnam. The primary Starke, Has
artillery mathematics observer mission of this battalion is to Force Commendation Medalat last? year were: lng For the boating enthusiast rapidly. head for shore.

PobUflhed each Thunday and entered a. Second ClM, Matter art the Post Offloa procedures and glrlng support the division's infantry Lindsey Air Station In Ger Good Government George this Is the' most significant Chances are a storm is approaching.

at Stark, Florida under Act of March Srd. 181. tables and charts. units engaged In combat 'with many. He is a communications Roberts; Good Samaritan factor.If .
Mrs. Minnie Louise Tyus; Pirb-' the barometer reading is Not all summer storms
and was decoratedfor are
Subscriptions faa trad areas 1 year, ....": 6 m nts, "oMI His wife. Elizabeth lives at direct supporting fire. supervisor
! Maxvllle. meritorious service in Viet lie Health-Dr. Herlong It. falling or rising "chances are"there violent. but It is best to assume
Outklde trade arei" 1 "*r $4JO S gn-tW. 9>.M will be In the
J Adams; Good Citizenship a change that they swill be.I' ,
Staff Sgt. Francis A. Bailey, nam. __ ___ -M
I Lance: Cpl. Gary W., Potts, whose wife Ida, lathe/ daugU-. James L, Temple, __ ,_ weather within 12 to 24 hours


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__ 1968 .

Services Held esville. New Year's day, and .VVYVV.TVYYYV'VYY yvyvy V her son-in-law and daughter,

1 had a nice fish dinner and Mr. and Airs. Ovid Gene and

KEYSTONE HILITES For E. C. DykesOf visit. MELROSEBy Melissa..

Lake Geneva (Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Revels Mrs. Bernice anne ,scent/

By Jim Fox spent ten days In Mershan Christmas In St. Augustine

I Please Phone In Your Items 473-4148 I ,".. Eugene C. Dykes 68, of Oa. Visiting his .broUier C. B. Joyce Rowe I with .
.:. ,..... Lake Geneva died last FridayIn Revels, and her sister Mrs.' A A law. !Mr. and Mrs. M. M.
J B. Strickland. 'A Gano and. (family.
I ,
:- a Starke hospital after a i

:WOMAN'S\ CLUB mailing will no longer be sub ", ', lingering! illness..He 'was bornIn Lucky and Ella Lutgen and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason Mr. end Mrs. Jac'k\ <
The monthly business meet- ject to a rate lower than the '.,:' .J '..,,', Appltog County, Georgiaon David and Sue Luteen :celebrated spent Christmas '''WIth their Fairbanks( spent 'Christmas

:Jnff c f the Woman's Club of regular rate for first class all dJ ..-. \, r April 27, 1399, and was a New Year's Eve with son-in-law and daughter, Mr Eve 'WIth Mr. and: :Mrs. Vlrgte

Keystone Heights will be held will be 6c per oz. The rate retired contractor and a member the Frank Doyles on Lake and Mrs. C. L. Harris In We- Rowe and family. The Rowea

|:)!'in the municipal building at for postal cards will be Increased Melrose Lodge Installs New OfficersPictured of the Baptist Church. Brooklyn. laka. The Casons had as spent Christmas Day with

,2 p. m. Tuesday, Jan. 9. to Sc each. Rates for Surviving are his wife, Cleo Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sla- guests Thursday their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Frank Well and<

> 'Classes for driver improve- airmail weighing 7 ozs. and above are officers. of Mplrone Masonic Lodge who McDonald Dykes of Lake Ge- ven of Eustis, spent the week Mrs. O. O. Thigpen.'or family In Wllllston.

:"ttient courses offered by the under will be increased to lOc were Il1IdallrdVNnl.Nt1ly: night, line. 27, with Right Wor- neva; five daughters, Mr*. before Christmas with Dee 'East Palatka, their granddaughter 'Miss Edna :Blumenful '
.National Safety Council and per oz. or fraction. Air mail ,,1I11fllllVl1lnJr W. Master, of Jacksonville. serving as Instal- Ella Eckard of Starke; {Mrs. and :Betty Morris and children Mrs. Marilyn Wed- Durham N. C. spent last 'we*

:Sponsored by the Woman's cards will be increased to 8c Nancy Bewley, Ocala; Mrs. and they attended a xJle, and .great-grandson, with 001 'Emma E. Vogel.

.ClUb are forming now. ling officer. Donna Newcome, Jacksonville family get together In GaIn- Shawn Weddle of Gainesville Mrs. Martha MaoKeachle:

N 'Tlhe daytime course has each.Mailers ;who" have on hand From left A. P. Hullmun. 8.D.: C. W. Owen,, Tyler; Edward : Mrs. June Whelphey, St. esvllle on Christmas. Betty Mr. and Mrs. Donald Williams has returned from New -Jersey

:been scheduled for Jan. 16-17 envelopes or cards prepaid Stnrdlvont. ,J. W..1| I\I"rllhnll Strickland. J. S.; William Louis, :Mo.; and .Mrs. Evelyn I and the children have been spent Christmas In where she visited her (brother,

from 1 to 5 1,. m. each day with stamps at the old rates P. UilHon, W. 1\,.: Ben G. OTIzrll, ;;1"., Secretary, ) Gilbert A. Edmondson Clayton, Ind. two, down with the flu. South Carolina visiting rela A. C. Hoaglund.

'at the Municipal Building. may use such materials by Reed S. \V.; Michael L. Hanks, 3. ]>. sons, Reno J. Dykes, Miami; I Mr.andi Mrs. L W. Norswor- tives.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Logsdon
and Evan M. Dykes. hy spent Friday In Valdosta, and Mrs. Ronald Arrow-
: The evening course will be affixing sufficient to Cl'yst.a.ll
stamps J. A//.le Williams, retiringVorHhl: | Master of the lodge, around. and family of Little. Rock:,
Oa. visiting
smith Christmas In Mi
River brother, Walter C. spent
conducted at the Clay Electric at the ; one
cover postage appropriate -
Installation.. and William R. Mar- Marian Ark. spent the holidays 'visit
served us !MurHlmll for tin- "Preacher" and
:Co-op building on Rt. 100, on new rate. Dykes, Hazelhurst, Ga.; one ami.Mr.
.the following dates: Jan. 24 It is suggested by Postmaster wick was substitute il\ >a|>hUn In the absence! of'Chaplain sister, Mrs. Sallle. Golby, Bra-, Winters were down for the and Mrs. Robert> W. ing her parents Robinson, Mr and and Mrs.
E. M. other
fend 31 from 7 to 10 p. m.: Gladys Tillls that before Leitmon Ward. denton; 18 grandchildren:: > and long weekend and brought TCldd of Jacksonville spent friends and relatives in this

; and on Feb. 7 from 7 to 9 p mailing 2nd class or 3rd class The following offlMTn were unable to be present for the one great-grandchild. I two of their horses to ride.I I New Years with Mrs. Kidd's'
were busy building a pen brother-in-law and sister ,.Mr. area.
they ,
mall etc. that you check at Installation und are not In photograph NT. Watson Harden- Funeral services were heldat I
unMrs. for them and enjoying rldlntr.Marian's .and Mrs. W. J. GroUck..
David Nelson,: preslJ : the Post Office with the em- 4 p. m. Saturday Dec. 30.
Marshall' Clifford O.
l.ertfli, treusurerf Ward! A. Bessette, ; ; Mrs. Buroh-
mother Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Spurlock
dent ot Woman's Clu..))." will ployees before mailing as with Rev. Lawrence Carroll
: accept registrations., : Please there, will be a change of rate Miller, Senior 'Steward; and Leamon Ward, Chaplwln.Kefreshments officiating. Interment was In ete. her uncle, Mr. Abshlre. have returned to their home, .

call 4734118.Tberei, a fee or. this type of mailing. were served ''by wives of the Masons follow the Keystone Heights Cemetery and Miss Suzy Mock spent a inOhleiCay 1

with DeWitt C. Jones few days In Mr. Abshire'scotta.ge. Tringle Is spending .
J of $3 for the course. BOWLING NEWS ing the ceremony.

The Duplicate. : Bridge Club,. The Northeast Florida Funeral Home in charge of 'the holidays with her parents
Johnny Ross' brotherinlawand I :Mr. and Mrs. 'WilliamDuncan St. .William' 8IrDdQ
p sponsored: toy the Woman's vel League played at arrangements. ,
Clulb. win resume meeting on Dec. DeWitt C. Tra-I sister, Mr. and Mrs. Rau Jr. Miss Tringle Mass, 9 a.m. Wednesday, lta *
on 10. Christmas with Mr. Tolford'sparents at Mrs. Cook's home on December Bingo Game Set ..V.YVYVYVV.VVV.V.VVY9
of Seattle, Wash., will arrive In ind Novena 7
teaches second grade Day-
I .ran 11 at-; 7:30 p. mv In the team played the Jet at Fort Myers.: 28 from 3 until 5 p. m. I p.m.
p Masonic Hall. Sanford. The Jets took 31 By Post 202 Wanuary 11 to visit the Ross tona. The Duncans their son
) Mr. 'and Mrs. John Sullivanof The guest of honor was Mrs.
I P. O. BULLETIN: points and Jones 2 points.: Nelson's Point entertainedat Cook's friend ana: housetfueet, INDIAN BEACHLake family, and her father in I Tony, and Kay attended a Community Church -. Rev.

S New Postage. .xates. go Into Joyce Barton had! high gameof a cocktail party Friday Miss Thelma Webster, of Coral KeystoneMelrose Amer- Melrose, who has been 111. birthday party for (!Mrs. Dun- Leon F. Milner, 'minister. Mrs.

I effect Jan. JI., 1S2 while Neoma Nelson evenIng Dec. 29, In honor of Gables, who Is &pend.1ngthe. ican Legion Post 202 announces ( BwU Fe) The Earl Voyles family can's father, Mr. W. W, Tanner .. George Canova, organtrt. Mrs

t First ''Class! malt-letter rate had high sel'les.o.t 686, total their daughter, Miss Virginia holidays( here.Holidays that bingo will be playedat Byt Btlcnaol H. ChlttyPh. spent the holidays:! In Greens in Palatka., William Warren. Seuietarr.

M ...jirtii.:. be increased to 6c per pins with handicap 3681. Sullivan of East Orange, N., arrangements! the new post home on 475-2171 bore N. C., visiting their I Mr. and Mrs. Gordon) D Sunday School 9:40: a. m.

letters for loca' will Jan. 14 at Highway 100 near Keystone daughter and family the Poole and daughter, .Judy, of 'Morning Worship. 11
-OB. Drop Jones play on J., who Is spending the holi- used in decorating, and the a. m
Daybona. days with her parents. refreshment table was covered Heights, starting at 7:80: p. .AA_ A A AAAAA.A553 John Klrkmans. Oakville, Ontario, Canada visited Nursery at 11 a. m. service

We Were sory to learn that Miss Jeanette Syracuse andbrothel's with a dark green cloth, over- m. Saturday Jan. 6. I Mr. and Mrs. Art Wheeler I Mrs. Poole's mother, Mrs. only.]
Bang! Crack! Fowl I Boom!
MURRHEE weekend
.The regular meeting will "be spent New Year's L. W. Neefus.! They left Sun-
DeWitt Jones -
:Mr. decorated
of net
sponsor and with
Danny LeRoy, laid green
home at 8 Happy new year! This is your with. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny day 'to to Clearwater.Mrs. Episcopal
held at the post p. go
: Insurance Agency has not been up par. Greenville, S. C., and Della with a motif of red polnset- slowly recuperating rolling-
team best wishes m. Thursday' Jan. 4. Broshear in Orlando.Mr. J. T. Green spent St. Anne's- Rev William
Your sends
'RIddle of Knoxvllle, tins and silver
S Richard Murrhee. Ag?. I I reporter saying, "Ahhhl" It's and Mrs. Dick Hllllard Christmas in Gainesville with I. Jones, Vicar.
and hopes that you are soon Tenn. were holiday guests of Mrs. Roy Bridges and! Mrs.
General Insurance really. all wonderful while It trailer down to
took their her daughter and son-In-law.
U well again. Lakeview Clark alternated In Funeral Thursday Morning Prayer and' Sermon .
Mrs. E. Grosberg of Oranvllle !
:MarimAuto lasts, but It's nice when it's last
Fire Casualty Cedar Key for a few days Dr. and Mrs. George T Sin-
>-. Bonds HERE AND THERE Drive. pouring at the tea table. For W. S. PomeroyOf over. Now we can kinds relax, week and enjoyed some fresh gleton, and cnlldren. Also ( 2nd and 4th Sunday
Tillls ':30
Postmaster Gladys ENTERTAINMr. WILL INSTALL I : am (
nursery )
H:..T...toiw>- Height 47S-47SV and try to get things back to seafood. As soon as they returned spending Christmas ,there was open.
and her staff wish to thank and Mrs. Gay Livingston NEW OFFICIALSThe Lake GenevaWalter Holy Eucharist and sermon
I normal. Once again, its timeto home, both\ of them Dr. Singleton's mother Mrs
patrons of Keystone Heights Jr. entertained last Saturday first Council meetingfor start dieting. to try to lose down with the flu.Mac George T. Singleton Sr of: lit and 3rd Sunday. 0:90: a.
area for their splendid copor- evening at a cocktail 1968 will be held next S. Pomeroy, 58, Chuck
Betty and! Whlchlta Falls Texas.
: SCHEDULE ettion during the busy Christmas party at their lovely home on Tuesday In the (Municipal Lake Johnson near Keystone the holidays. ( : :school. 9:30: tun. "Holy Eucharist .
Jacksonville spent ,
Oowan of Mrs. Celestla. West of GaineSville
OF SERVICES season. The combination Nelson's Point honoring Miss Building. The following newly Heights. died Tuesday in the. The Ohittys had a pretty: Saturday 8 sum. each Sunday..
Friday night and spent the weekend' with
:' of cooperation and use of Zip Susan Hunt, fiancee of their elected officers will be Installed Jacksonville Naval Hospital. calm weekend, considering the! the Jack Millers and Evening 'Prayer 7:30: pjn.
with :
:' PARK Code was responsible for makIng son. Alec, and Miss Hunt's after completion of business Born In Hudson County, holidays. On Friday night!. went hunting on Saturday. each Sunday. ,ETC. 6:80: pja.

this year the best on re- parents, Mr. and Mrs. John by the old Council: : Mayor Maine on Jan. 4, 1909, he wasa Tony and Jean Ball and son Melinda Lee and Marianne THE RIGHT POINT for lbs aoh Sunday.

: of-the cord. The post office person- Hunt, of Deerfleld, Beach.A Raymond Starnes; Coun- retired Chief Petty Officerof Shawn were supper guests. Tallahassee at. Dally office of Morning
of write.
Harrison In
nel also wants to thank the candlelit buffet was serv- cilmen Roy Watklns, James the U. S. Navy, and had They' returned Sunday, and I way you ind Evening'Prayer, 8:00: a-m.
tended the Florida and select I .
: PALMS many patrons for -their gUts ed to ,the 120 guests invited to Cook, and Ray Winans; As- I lived in the Lake Johnsonarea watched the exciting NFL SaturdaY ;your favorite ES. and 4:00: p.m.

of candy cakes, cookies call. between the hours of 7 to sessor John Glllls; Tax Collector for over 15 years. He had 11 Championship game with us. Penn State football game Uie' TERBROOK fountain pen. I '-Ba &tn

: SUNDAYS cheese, dates and other goodies 9 o'clock. Mrs. Aughtry Vance; no known survivors. and then spent i TELEGRAPH.TO .
Saturday evening, we were with the Millers. They Worship service : 811 di&7.
: 7:30 P.M.THURSDAYS as well tIS many nice Out of town guests included City Clark, Mrs. Virgla Hom Funeral services were held visited by one of cousins night U
IIW; A.M.,- my all joined the Carl H8JIII und I a. m.. 7:30: if. m. Iminwrj
Christmas cards.
Livingston Sr., at 3 Thursday In Jones
Mrs. Gay p. m.
er.CHURCH and his new bride, Gary and family of Melrose and went to open],
: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Graetz :
of Mandarin, Alec's grandmother WOMENThe Memorial Chapel. at Keystone Barbara Sullivan of Wllllston.
I P.M. Mass. were the James Sparkmans for a Sunday School. 8:45: *. m.
7:30 from Lexington ; Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Community ChurchWomen Heights. Interment was In ,
Saturday night, parents
FUNDAMENTALBIBIE recent visitors of Mrs. Ora- Matthews of Starke, Mr. and 'will hold their general Oadara Cemetery near Lake went to Cedar Key my and vislt-: barbecue. On Monday the Millers nursery open). Training tft*

TEACHING I etz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. I Mrs. L. Hakes of Jacksonville meeting on Monday. Jan. 8, Geneva, With. DeWltt C. Jones ''M' : .atidMreepgeBeddish -, ate blackeyed. peas and ton. 6:30: p. m. [nursery opaul.I .

I A. Sprow on Brooklyn Bay. [Alec's godparents], and Mi in the educational i building. Funeral Home in charge of and friends of Starke.' HoBTjowhwlth Mrs. Eunice -*=iiTr---Lawrence' Carroll,

: AH SV1lces Held) In The During their holiday vacation C. J. Bastedo of Folkston, The Executive Board of the arrangements.Active Sunday night Otis Melton Miller In Gainesville. oastw.
to the
they also visited Mr. Graetz's Ga. Admiral and Mrs. A. Church Women 'will meet at pallbearers were Well. we have come
Bible"Center : and I attended New Year's,
: a
", parents on Siesta Key, at Sar- the' end of the first -week: of news -Lather**
Danls. Miss Iva Hlllyer and 1 p. m. Friday Jan. 5, in Boyd Coarsey, Everett Blem- Eve party at the Hampton
asota. Mr. Graetz is a project of In the New Year. We hope all ,I* Lutheran Cbnrcb of Key
W. Baker Roan
Col. and Mrs. R. A Stevens educational building. ons, E. Baptist Church. We all
engineer for HewlettPackardIn of you have a very happy and tone Heights Vte.- Richard
-. .- Melrose. The other guests EASTERN STAR Thomas. Tom. Martin, and ed a covered dish enjoy-I :
Wattham! Mass. prosperous New Year, and will Meyer, minister.
were all friends living in The Keystone Heights Eastern Paul Hall.Keystone. films
singing, 9jTHEj
games continue to read the Indian
Herb' and Lola Nelson have Keystone.ST. Star Chapter will naive a good Christian fellowship. Divine worship. Sunday. 11
i returned home from Wilmington. I Beach News. And now here's
WILLIAMS NEWS covered dish supper on Wednesday ,
KEYSTONE Wins Uncle Alfred Hudson, Fred .. m. Holy Communion 2nd
Del, 'where they visited Bingo games will be resum- Jan. 10, honoring the Johnson and Edward Christmas Leeon.LEEON'S
'CORNER Sunday of each: month.
friends and relatives. Over Melrose
ed Friday evening Jan. 4 In oitlclal visit of the WorthyGrand came out and went fishing -
Jimmy McMurty. arrived St. Williams hall. Game starts Matron of Florida. "Hoyman The Snake"HoYIJIUn Services held each Sunday
? In Xmas Monday, but only caught'
home Friday evening from) TourneyThe the snake at St. Anne's Bnboopal
promptly at 7:30.: That Jackpot Worthy Matron. Geraldine five however one of them
I HEIGHTS- Fainesvllle, Ohio. is still waiting for the Jackson, and Worthy Patron Came out one day. Church. !KcvBtonefelgbto..
Mr. and Mrs. George LaRue winner. Hector Ownbey are making Melrose Mustangs, plagtzed weighed 2 14| ibs. Later we And slowly slithered '(I'll.
lucky were visited by grandpar
by fouls lost 63-59 to my Along his .
have after way.He
returned home a
this Pmbytortan
special arrangements for
u .. ... Keystone Heights In the con- ants Hubert and Palma Chlt- slowly crawled

holiday. Hihett visit Fox in Maryland.W. left for Fort NEWS event appointed ana committees soon. Due wiu to the oe solatlon game of the Bunnell ty of Starke, who came after Through the grass. -Faith. J.Presbyterian R. Neale :Jr CbU1'c1DRllv. min
Christmas their daughter Mlschelle. She
I MELROSE Brokas Tournament last Until he came to
Polk. La. and Stephen ister. Mrs.
holiday, complete informationis W. A. Wallace organist -
Saturday night. had spent the week with us,,
for Wichita State University Helen Egan A nice little path.
not available at this time. ; Mrs. Carl Swisher,
Four while her vacationed.
Kansas, last Sunday morning. FELLOWSHIP CLUB Mustangs fouled out parents As he rambled CALL FOR THE BEST lummer .
during the game, the 'big loss Monday evening, my Sunday crganf.t.Sunday
Mrs. J. W. of Eus- He was thinking of prey.
: January 11 will start the School Charles Hicks BUY ON YOUR INSURANCE School. 9:41: aun.
I BUSINESS being David teacher
Tomlinson. a
tis, spent the holidays with OPEN HOUSE Then he spotted a rabbit
of the Fellowship Morning
new year Worship 11 a.m.
and .
leader of Hampton
offense son Ranidy ,
on and defense.
Col. .and Mrs. Nelson's cousin. Mrs. Leon F. Milner entertained of Just a few yards away.
Club with the Installation Sunday
He left down and watched the Nursery open both
:Mr. and Mrs. Norman John- with open house at>the officers. The usual covered early dn the fourth came Hoyman put It In high, hour IFAITII l
DIRECTORY the Rose Bowl Game with
son and daughter. Miss Jac- Community Church parsonageon dish luncheon will be served a.t quarter, period which 'decided me. And, shot like a arrow. WILLIAMS
the ;Pete and Barton
contest Joyce were
queline Johnson of Rldgewood Saturday morning; Dec. 27, 12:30 followed!! by a general as Keystone The rabbit escaped.
: outscored ,their opponents 24- hosts at a New Year's Eve 117 N. Walnut St. PRESBYTERIAN
N. J. were guests of Mr. and between the hours of 10 land business meeting, and a social But boy It was narrow.
19 up to that point. party. Those attending were Phone CHUKCII [MelroM-Keyitone]
Mrs. Henry Schuber of Clover 11:30.: to What do you think
hour. Please remember
E BEAUTY SHOP Lane during the holidays. The newly decorated par- Steve Coburn was top scorer James and Cricket Chitty, Had caught Hoyman's eyes. Sunday School
bring your( own table service for 9:45; Morning
Melrose with 19 points Fred! and Corlne Thleman of
Following a dinner on sonage was aglow 'with Christmas covered dish, and beverage., but But a big ole bad Hawk -..." Worship, 11 a. m _- Dr
Keystone's Jacksonville Romania and
Christmas day, Mr. and Mrs. decorations and the tea The president-elect, iMis son hit one more Sandy to lead Gray-all English Hilton of Jacksonville Up there In the skies. WJ. ..I Intunnet, 964539..1.21010)" ) James R. Neale..Jr., minister;
KEYSTONEBEAUTY Houston C. Driscoll of Lake- table was set with a red cover Ethel Weyman will appoint V i Hom, ,ellle Mrs. Carl Swisher, organist;
scorers in the game. Ralph and Pat Flllinon and Now Hoyman scratched off
view Drive entertained Mr. fringed 'with tinsel and committees at this time. Mrs. W. R. Barbot, choir de-
Keystone raised friends Da.wson of
SHOP and Mrs. Harrison Batchelder colored bells. The conservation PERSONALS Its recordto and June And headed for home. rector
2-6, and Melrose Tampa Jean and Tony Ball
Edith of Tuckerton N. J., Mrs. piece on the round coffee Bill Pace, son of Mrs. L. H.EUsenaoher. a 1-7. droppedto of Keystone, Robert and He decided no more, .
Johnaoa. Owner andi
: PnvonalA Batchelder is the sister of Mr. table had a base of silvered of Santa Fe Lake, The Indians resume theirregular Novice Ward of Starke. Ralph Today would he roam. I

I Creative Driscoll. Also present were magnolia leaves and glitter Is visiting: at home for the schedule this Friday and Dawson did some spec. Now we hear poor Hoyman, '
daughter, Jane Driscoll of with a silvered branch of an
: Hair Styling holidays. He is attending the night against Trenton.of fishing over the weekend, and As we ride out of sight.'
Camp Crystal Lake, and Alex olive tree which Mrs. Milner American University School of

S ;Individual Beauty (Dam Morton and Mrs. Janet Bow- brought from Spain when her Continuing Education in caught a few. "I'll have me a rabbit,

S JOway Form of Beauty Culture den of Starke. husband was assigned! thereas Washington, D. C. Mrs. Barnhlll of Bamlilil'sCamp If it takes me all night."

: Open Tnea.-Sat. 94; On New Year's Eve Miss chaplain. Col. and Mrs. Ed Tlmmons Huntsvllle, Ala. reports some nice '

Closed Monday Jane Drlscoll entertained her ,Mrs. John Bird president of of !Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wal- catches of fish last week. Bob
and residents
son are now
father: her aunt. Marlon the Church Women, and Mrs.Sarah Keystone Heights. Col. Tim- lenius have returned from a :Burnett and Tony Gonzales) if it's an

: CONCRETE Batchelder, and husband; Mr. Kuhn; sister of the mons has retired from the motor trip to Atlanta. Ga. caught 10 specs, two bass and : STOP / i i@TIrW.i.11 ;
oaUlsh. Mr. and
and Mrs. alter spending the one
H. Barnes Mr. holidays
R. hostess. received the guests.
Air Force and axe
: and .they with the Robert E. Lambert Cain of Valdosta, Ga. caught auto loan
Hawthorne Concrete Mrs. James Van Busklik, Mrs. Van Milner poured at living in their home on W.
23 Ted Evans of Jack-
Mrs. Elva Scott, and Roland the beautifully appointed tea family. specs
:akevlev Drive. :Mrs. .Tlm
& Supply, Inc Certau, all of Keystone.Mr. table; set with a silver service mons is the daughter of 'Mr. The George Colgln have sonville got 15 large specs J. YDRAFTS' need

S flED I : and Mrs. Hill BrannonJr. and large platters holding and .Mrs. J. Azzle WUIlams. finally returned from their C. Lee of Orange Park, 27 I you
and Mr. and Mrs. Dicker
of former home city'Of Norfolk specs
Birmingham, Ala., and holiday treats. .
: MIX Mr. H. 'Bernie"Adams
and Mrs. TIUN51'ARlNT.I
a CONCRETES their children visited Mrs. Mrs. David Nelson assisted of) Jacksonville 'spent Va., where they spent seven of Waycross, Ga., got 30 I '. .1 PLASTIC ..'i.me" I

Brannon's parents Mr. and Mrs. Mllner In weeks. They also visited ,their specs.
R",.. 20 W. Hawthorne entertaining. Christmas Day with the F. P.
Betty Griffin of GrIffin'sLodge.
: Mrs. R. L. Bridges: of Lake COOK-MICKLE TEA son. Rev. George Colgin Jr.,
"R1-29t! 2031: Egans. reports that the .
Geneva during the holidays. Mrs. James Cook and Mrs., and family at Winston-Salem. specs
Holiday guests of Mr. ana
NURSERY Mr. and Mrs. C. L, Tolfordof Henry Mlckle, of East Lake-, Mrs. Thomas Norwood of N. C.. where they enjoyed the are biting, trolling deep. Earl cJ LEAN
Drydtn: of Jacksonville ON
Nelson's Point holidays. : caught US
spent view Drive, gave a holiday tea Santa Fe Lake included their
: O.C. Carries Nursery son-in-law Mr. Mr and Mrs. C. A. Rushton 21 I trolling with a jig with a
i and daughter,
have minnow on It. Maybe the fish
: mway 100. Florahoma PRE-INVENTORY SALE I r and Mrs. R. C. Eddy and children visit with returned Commander from a holiday and are going to start biting good \

a : 3MflesSEofStarke of :Atlanta Oa.; their \
I Mrs. L. A. CUmbie and their now. The last day.of hunting Buy .a car -and save money.
; IVnrwery stock ThouoandaPlants \ son, Larry Norwood who 'returned -

: << A: Fruit Trees to Ends Jan. 10 'from Vietnam In late Neb.fire-month-old Mrs. Cumble son at Is Omaha.their, season killed 15 an year eight old point Alan Griffin buck '\ Buy 'the car you want, and

'efaooie from. Nice Shade Trees, September, and Is now servingIn daughter.Mrs. near Florahome. I know this \ with cashl We have the lowest

: 1JvefTJ".n.! & Landscape COST PLUS 10 PER CENTWith i an advisory' capacity withi Fay Olson Is still a pa- was a real thrill for him. interest rates Auto
Plwit An In containers the Department of the Army tient In Bradford Hos "Congratulations Alan! on Loans.
I County
C I'1ant mnytlm Camellias A In Washington, D.. C., .Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle James Lean Bank.KEYSTONE
pital. Cards and visits will be on your .
Working Trade Emily Heath,Mrs.Emma Octz
: azaleas. I / much spent the New Year's weekendin 0'a
appreciated the time
:Mrs. Robert White and I
a It do your landscaping and Orlando, with Mr. and.
for her to return home Is In Mrs.
.S Phone 684-2103: Dryers Freezers son. all of Jacksonville.. A definite.Mr. Johnny Broshear.!
special guest '''Was Larry Lan
Refrigerators Ranges and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. David
Joseph Stein
: Rapespent
USED CARS caster, who" Is head master(
and Jane Dora were guests of the holidays visiting
Black & White TV Tong college -in Tongee In
the' Lew Leberts on Saturday both of their families in Mon->
I the South Pacific, and his !
: Hanks Used Cars evening celebrating Mr. Lebert.s roe "N. CIt turned real cold ,
adopted! von, ;John ,Fatu. whois Inside Outside

: ,BIG CASH DISCOUNT \Wheelers Discount Appliances] i student at Jacksonville made a birthday.bountiful Mrs.birthdaycake. Dors while made them they wish were for there good! )end ole Compet! e-72'x 35" Plastic Sheet STATE BANKMember

e TERMS I University,, Florida.. Mrs. Rape's mother, with molding and nails.
C BUY SELL Mr and 'Mrs. F. V. Milner
TRADE Between Melrose & Keystone Ph. 475-2101, Mrs. Tessie Bowles '
: Rt. 1 Box 00Hwy. had as holiday guests (Mrs.Mllner's .I with them to spend the returned M 5'srs, F.DJ.C. Keystone Heights, FT*.
I :rest
U .. >1M 8 M11 M 8. Sterkc "We Service mother, Mrs., L. :o. .Adjustable Vinyl 1 Boo '
-'r What We Sell" I l of the winter. The Rapes took 'sass., ,, ,, "Your 'Friendly' Bank In Your
Milner of Oada en, Ala, sad Cavers. All sizes 30 *nU east Friendly
some speckled 'ciii't 5izd"wa5a
---- -" perch over to ; Community. I
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nament held lii Alachua by I held at the recreation venter a score of. 63-65. l Morning Worship at 11. Even- Charleston S. C. KICTITHUK" \ 'MM MT.ITUTKAKPIIIAVIT who being; flmt duly sworn, depone ny /"/ Dr. Harry Oruen, Pr.
Colored Citizens defeating the Gator (Doctors Monday through Milton Floyd opened the Ing service 6::3(). and David Mooreof I *, and nay. : Mlrlnnt.
1 Saturday Mr. Mrs. HARRY e- ; +
of Gainesville. The Falcons from 4 to 6. from 8 to 11 p. game with a quick 8 points New Hope Baptist Church., ,I Jacksonville, and Mrs W. STATE OF FLORIDA In the business. conducted under tore me thin. lath day of Deo-
:,' NewsRECREATION defeated the A. Q. Jones Re- m. AU teenagers are invited most of. them 15 footers. From Rev. 1. W. Masley pastor. F. Moore and Mrs. Will Edwards COUNTY/ Of DUVAL. the frreeolnff, flrtltlotm name, ..embrr 1987
and the of the Interestof Blackburn, Jr.
extent / / A. B
creation Center. to come out and take part in that point, the TIger back- Sundtay School 10 a. m. with i attended the Golden On this day. personally appeared each. of them In aald. business. Notary Publlo '
The Falcons, who are under supervised activities. board went to work rolling upa John Dlggs! Jr. In charge., Wedding anniversary of Mr. before me, an officer I. .* follow: My PnmmlHiilon Expire. Auc. !
feated up to date, will travelto OES NOTICE total of 60 rebounds Morning Worship at 11. Holy and Mrs C. Y. Mayo In Tam- duly aulhorUi'il. to Hilmlnlnterunthii II,Ann v CJKUKN: D. II. 8., P.A. 23, 1970. i
Over the Jacksonville Friday night Dell Chapter 168 will hold Strong! led for RJE with 20 Communion, 3 p. m. pa Wednesday. 1IA1IHY UUU10N, D. D. tl. I 100 per.. cent.. 11/11 4t 1/11
holidays the Bradford ,Jan. 5, to play the Earther Its regular meeting tonight points while Blye had 18. Pleasant Grove Methodist Little Miss Beth Moore of 1
Hawks In won champion- White Recreation Center. [IThursdayl In the Masonic Score by quarters: Church Rev. H. P. Hudson Clewis ton visited her grandparents '- ..----' .
the Semi-Pro Tour-. Day and night activities are Hall at 8 p. m. All membersare Brooksvllle: 12 16 7 20( -*5. pastor. Church School 10 a. Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
asked to please be present RJE: 22 16 12 13-03 m. Morning service at 11. Moore, the latter. part of the
and on time. The victory over Brooksvllle Holy Communion. 4 p. m. week.
RJE WINS HOLIDAY sent RJE to the semliflnals Bethlehem Free WIU Baptist Christmas dinner guests of. Enjoy modem living
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home CONSOLATION TOURNEYThe when the Tigers met a strong Church. Monday night Choir I Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bradleyand '
opening game of the Richardson High team from No. 3 and Ushers Board No. 2 Dearl were Mr. and Mrs. the total-electric way.
STARKE Holiday Tournament at Fes- Lake City. rehearse at 7:30.1: Tuesday Randy Bradley of Middle- **
PHONE 964-6200 senden High in Martin featured The Tigers were etxra prepared night Choir No. 1 and 2 wUl I burg. Miss Patti McBurnett of .

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473.3176 I the RJE cagers against for this team, knowing rehearse at 5 p. m. Wednes- Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs
a strong team from Brooks- that Bernard Zimmerman! of day night Prayer Meeting.I Spurgeon Massey and! children
Rental Services vllle. The Tigers were in complete -: lake City had! already shot Thursday night' Story Hour and Mr. and Mrs. Gary
control throughout the 50,points In their opening. So and Ladles Circle. Friday Bennett and children.
HOSPITAL BEDS game. Under the direction: of the, Tiger played a highly con- night Prayer Band. Saturday Christmas dinner guests of
WHEEL CHAIRS : Benjamin Strong's steady trolled !game with< a tight' box night, Wanda Ann Linsey's Mr. and Mr. Sidney Hansen
CRUTCHES : dribbling, and the expert on Zimmerman, allowing him Club will sell dinners from the were Mrs. Hansen's sister.
1 shooting of Tyrone Blye, the to shoot only 10 ,points. The kitchen. Sunday School at Mrs. Walter Martin, and J.
I Tigers went on to victory by Tigers trailed throughout the 9:30.: Testimonial meeting at; T. Quigley of Starke and Mr.
game, but were constantly 11. YPCL. 4 p. m. Regular i Quigley's sister Mrs. Terrel ,
following)\ Richardson High. services, 6 pm. i of Nova Scotia. a!,
I ,Tyrone Blye tried along with Rev. Hayman of Penney I Mr. and Mrs. J C. i mghtand
i Leonard Smith Curtis Whitley I Farms will be guest speaker family spent the holidays
| Milton Floyd. Benjamin for the youth at 11 a. m. Sunday near Chattanooga. Tenn. visIting -
I Strong, and substitutes Ben- I Jan. 7. Rev. Bright and his brother, diaries
jamin Clark Rubin Thomas, congregation of Lttwtey' will Knight and: family, and other
and Jacob Davis to containthe render services. relatives. Other members of
Richardson five, but the Greater Allen Chapel AME the family joined them and
A Lake City cagers proved to be Church, Rev. L. A. Sampson they had a good time campingout
; young stronger than the Tigers. Fin- pastor. Friday night Love at the old family homestead -
al score was 58 to 81 In favorof Feast service at '1::30. Sunday .
: Lib guy who Richardson.Blye School 10 a m. with Mrs. F.I
Miss Elizabeth Terry spent
was high. scorer for B. Delestre in charge. Morn-
part of the week with her sister -
plans ahead RJE with :24 points, 'while ing service at 11, Evening' .. .
Mrs. C E. Strickland, in ,
Smith had 12, and Whitley 9. service, 6 p. m with Holy i iI Gainesville.Mr. e
saves ahead Score by quarters: Communion.LAWTEY. 0
RJE: 11 17 14 16-58 I and Mrs. Lonnie Craft 1
to get ahead Lake City: 19 16 15 3181In nwvvm.ve..rnt.m have announced the birth of a I
s the contest to decide the son Lonnie Earle Jr.. on I
faster! holders of the consolation trophy Thursday of last week.
1' the Tigers' were considered Mrs. Tom Baret of Decatur, :
the underdogs, the rea- Ga., and brother, Jimmie I
son being that they were By Eliza Blanchard1WWJIWWV1a Eunice, of Atlanta, Ga. were
playing! the host team, Fessen- visiting their parents Mr. and
f .J den High of Martin. .U Mrs. J. H. Eunice and other I

: Fessenden was In control of Church Activities members of the family duringthe
rV the game throughout the entire Grace Methodist Sunday holidays. e.at.s .

first half, but the Tigers School 9:45.: Worship 11 a. m. Mr. and': Mrs. Luther Hll-
rallied to win in the second First Baptist Sunday nard and family!) were in Jacksonville -
half. Before the end of the School 0:45.: Worship 11 a. m. on Sunday visiting
',. game, most of the starters of and 7 p. m., Training Union 6 her mother Mrs. Sarah Star-
RJE were In double figures. p. m. Midweek services Wed- ling and her sister. Mrs. Ray-
Blye was high for RJE with nesday 7 p. m. mond Suber, with whom their FULL HOUSEPOWER WIRING Is the first necessity
14 points, followed 'by Floyd Church Of God Sunday mother Is )living for flameless eli-etechic living. For comfort for convenience
r. Start saving hare right riev. with 13, and Strong and School 10 a. m.? Worship 11: Mr. and Mrs. Phil Shuford I
Whitley with 11 each and 7 YPE Wed- Full housepower wiring lets you use all the electrical conveniences
.,...for safety plullnter.sU a. m. p. m and family of Tallahassee
.- --,. The final score was 62 for nesday 7:30 1: p. m. Prayer spent the holidays with his I 1 V you own-or plan to-at top efficiency. Gives you ample light
RJE, 59 for Fessenden. meeting Filiay: 7:30,: p. m. mother Mrs. John Shuford, for living. Ample power outlets and switches for every electrical.:
Score by quarters: Highland' Baptist Sunday) and Dave and other relatives chore. Makes unsightly extension cords a thing of the past

RJE: 13 11 19 ,19-62 School 9:45: a. m., Worship 11 Little Miss Oayle Shu ford, N Does your home wiring let you make the most of this
Fessenden: 17 19 14 959. a. m. and 7:30: p. m., Choir daughter' of Mr. and \Mrs pushbutton world I Call your electrical contractor for a fret
CHURCH NEWS practice 7:30: p m. Prayer Services I George L Shuford, was visitIng I tiousepower checkup. Just to be sure
FLORIDAMember Mount Zion AME Church, Wednesday 7:30: p. m her cousins, Lori and
Rev N. J. McKnight pastor, A large number Including Greg In Moorehaven- 'dUl'lngI

.. Lawtey. Sunday SChool 10 a. visitors from other churches, I the week. .
i 'O/B)" : ( \"" ") .": m. Morning Worship. 11 o'- attended Watch Night services ; Becky Sue and Peggy Lee I
: t .iK,"HK'A'. ;1.: :\\S' "'r'A'; "'R"I1.E'" : ,' I clock. Quarterly Conference, Sunday night Rev. John Rob- Thompson of Columbia S. C. i i .. THERE'S NO MATCH FOR
I 4 p. m., with Presiding! Elder inson, pastor of Black Pond spent the past week with Make a clean break with tne past FLAMELESS ELECTRIC
A.: R. Richardson. Evening Church, was the speaker. Aft- their grandmother, Mrs. Shel I ...it's cheaper, too!
Federal Deposit. ,Insurance Corp. service 7:30.: er a social hour when refresh ly Rosier. ...Graduate to full Housepower.
Mt. Plsgah AME Church, ments ,were served, closing -.. .. TT .
I' the A6NIa s tum aseMaae.
..... ..... ,
30 Banks Rev. E. Young and were held "04
One of of the Florida National Group George pastor services prayer A
hour.It na m tba TK1JC-!
Sunday School, 10 a. m. with through! the midnight

.,. .. Mrs._Anna :Wright! _in charge was a great meeting.! GRAPH bring rewulUh
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this chinch' Monday night
with Rev. Earl Carpenter of
Rlverdale, Qa. in charge and
AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO will continue through satur- r+sa a
day. Everyone Is invited.
Northslde church held I fi1F
Watclmlaht services Sunday

., night with a large attendance I
of members and visitors from
following churches: Boatdrain,i
ELECTRIC MOTORS! Evergreen Bayless Highway -'
BRASINGTON Cherry' Kingsley Lake, Calvaryof I
Hancock OfficeEquipment Starke. and First Baptist
CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE Gainesville's Most Fashionable of Lawtey. Rev. Virgil! Lovett
Inc. ELECTRIC AddreM For Ladles of Boatdraln Church and Rev I

PRESSES-surra-COATS E. C. Harvey of First Baptistwere I You Saw These
SALES a: sERvicE Motor Repair Co. MATERNITY WRARACCESSOhrES speakers. About 9:30: ''

Fine Selection of ITsed Oar bmltbCoronaAuthorisedTake. ; there was a social hour when Advertised In
Of Gainesville fne. 7 W. University GalncsvUls refreshments were served and
On Cadillac Trade Dealer the fellowship was enjoyed.i .
2001 N.W. 13th. Rfc 441 Repalrlnl'-Rewlnd1nc MEN'S WEAR (JIary-Vlctol'-TotaDla This was followed by closing'

New and Vied services and prayer. through; j.--- LIFEAt
PHONE 8785301CRANE STAG 'N DRAG Adding Machines, Calculator midnight.Mr. .

WORK GUARANTEED and Mrs. Ernest Wells
Florshclm Shoe_ SALES-SERVICffi-REJNTALB and sons, Ernie and'' William,
Phone 372-8318 Peso bums SuitsLadles SAVE TIME J)1IIc10Uf spent the week with Mrs. Mae a Price Well Over
Wear Wells and other relatives.
LINcOLN MERCUEI Arrow Drees Shlrtt requirement with as first.B28 members of the family gathered $80.00
New Year's dinnerat
Authorized Sale ft Servta Farm and Industrial ISv.. University. Gainesville N. Main St. Galnssvllto the for home of Mrs. Wells.

609 B. University OalnesvUIe Equipment MOBILE HOMES Phone S76-5S51 Mr. and Mrs. P. M.the Redd week of

Phone 872-4261 Macon.through Oa.New Year's spent with Mrs.' Our shipment arrived a little late for Christmas buying --

MUSTANG Redd's mother Mrs O. J.

Crane's Fe Tractor Phillips The other brothers,. Frankly we're overstocked and let these fine
Imports Santa Mobile Homes, Inc. PAINT & GLASS sisters and their families Joined ', must portables -

.1 i Volvo (HereedM-Beaz! ) Inc. Gainesville's Discount Mobile I them. for dinner on New I go at a Big Discount

FIAT-RIIJJIL4N Home !Bole! Lot. Liddell Paint & Year's.Miss Debbie of
Purchase discount on entire week
Macclenny spent
3301 N. Main Gainesville\) FORD chain guarantee huge savings. Phillips
Glass Co. visiting Mrs O. J. Regular List PricePreInventory 86,50

Phone, 372-4373 Farm Tractore Implements NEW MOON CAPEtXA Mrs. Lois Carter and Mr and FULL-FEATURED ....
Oscar Carter and other : Discount 11.50
Ford Industrial Equipment LowKYANlZIC FAINTS 7i
Used Mobile Homes relatives here.Sunday ilLingrf
Beaaty Academy USED EQUIPMENT Priced. With approved credit Glase. -Mirrors Sliding Door- visitors of Mrs. Nellie -
SALES PART SERVICE 4820 N.W.low as alb J100 St.down.441 North Tab Enclosures-Shower! Doors Bock and Wilkinson Lynn were Mr. and

POWELL OalBMvllle ST8-1S44 Mrs Tom Whaley and children and- "The..TT; Yonr Cost Only 7500

PICK UP & DELIVERY CALL COLLECT: .WlndowsAwntagCarpetWallpaparStorefront Mrs. of Maine Jacksonville Orlffls. Mr.and Mr. t"

Beauty Academy 4488 N.W. Sixth Gainesville MOVERS\ and Mrs. Virgil Orlffte and
Plus Tax
Learn a Profession In Tour Phone 376-2548 families.
Co..albtfo9l.spare Denmarkand
MF. and :Mrs.
Full or Part Time Long children of Miami were
Tim Dray
Blxtmntb St.
Local 119 NW. weekend visitors of his mother -I

DAY a EVENING: CLASSES GARDEN SUPPLIES Storage Parkingpr.tng GAINESVILLE 372-8131 Mrs. Lois Carter and. his ..
ShippingFREE sisters
Low Tuition Term ESTIMATES ,GALLHILL'S Mr.brothers-ln-taw and Mrs. George L. Shu- Remington "Streamliner"Also

219 N.W. 10th Aye. SEWING MACHINES ford and Mr. and Mrs. Leon
MOVING Starling and! their families. at Discount

Gainesville\ 318-2166: Johnson& Paris, I Inc. & Storage, Inc. Holiday guests Hamilton of Mr.were and Mr.
National I Sewing. Mrs.and Mrs.H. Lynn Hamilton and Reg. Price . 58.00
CONCRETE PRODUCTS Complete Line of 3540 N.E.!! Waldo R4.Gainesville children of Starke and Mr.
Machine Co., Inc. and Mrs. Norman' Hamilton Discount 6.50
MUSIC and family of Gainesville.
INSIST THAT ALL IO0BCONCRETE Insecticide*-Pet SuppUe New Home, Pfaff, Nelco, Weekend visitors of Mr. and Your Cost
Mrs. -
Crews were -$52.50
PRODUCTS FERTILIZERS Lipham Music Co. Universal Sawing Machines Mrs.Crews'Pierce brother-in-law and sister -

ARE TUB BEST FROM A BervloeEdward's Mr. and Mrs. C. D- sell-
'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' O e i Shopping ers and their daughter, Emma
Nearly New Units fS monthly I Lou. On Sunday they all visited Use that
Building Christmas
Gift Money for Down Payment and SAVE SAVE
224 N.W. 8th AT 110 N. W. 10th AvenlMAuthorized Mrs. Crews' brother George a -
Budget Term Available and family at l
Supply, Inc. PHONE *372-047 Graham.Rivers Monday callers were SAVE on the Portable You've Always wanted!
Baldwin Pianos Organ 611 W. University Gal enlDe Thomas
Gainesville Fla. Mrs. Mabry
Hal-s12-U Guitar Gibson Goya a cousin ,
nt 8.! and her daughter,
_...a... Drums Ludwig Sllngerland S7S-13M of Starke had been transferred

., GAINESVILLE, &' Feuder Standard Amplifier from who the 11.Island S. Naval to duty Stationon In BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
':, ',.,E- .....=-'ii- 'nV'L: : : -_::"'>- ".:: :\\t-::: =. =-'--,- -'- =-- '- :- -7': -= / yi Midway. U. B. Naval Hospital i I


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er essential to my /business. similar request. Your' letter to -age 18% to 19, with the pital thls- :'
.. SELECTIVE. Even though he la a new hire,I the board should describe In oldest selected first.HAMPTON. j Tbe J, week o. for treatment. costs of the) program consist before the Impact, according. required to nerve a copy I of' --
can I request .an occupational Adkins holiday of purchasing green ware, to Trooper Wade. The oar was your written dufeniei, If any Invitation T. Mid WyJnrthnlnic Nts4.
SERVICE deferment for him? for considerable which the detail registrant the duties was ......rY .. .. .. Calvin visitors wereMt: ': 'and Mrs. paint, etc. dragged 39 feet after the lm to ,It.whose on the name plaintiff and adilreisll attorney '. Co.-......",..
Questions-Answers Answer: Yes When the ( Richard andi daughter The first hour of each session put' George H. Pierce, 808-206 N hnonrf M'laradaCompetitive T.Ul'
registrant Sealed Bids
hired Including the statementthat or I
Ocala ,
Mr. and Mrs.Emery Temple Ave Starke, Florida,
be devoted
to a received State Purchasing
_. files a request with and file be by the :
some other new employee Pr&Yatti the original with the
his local board for and ona..Of' Starke. classroom procedure In the NOTICE OF ANNUALMEETING clerk of the abov. styled court CommlHBlon until 10:00A
Question: :Recently I employed ] an occupational with his skills and: educational Mr. and Mrs. Joel ,M. EST, on date shown tot
Smith ,
and basis of ceramics, including OF MEMBERS on or before January 15, lode
\ yoyn, nun whom I consid deferment, you should, background cannot be ob- family] otherwise b the Bale of surplus property.
\VllUams of a judwmunt may "
at the time By Mm. Mary Mr. ceramic terms, types of paints, January 11, 1II6U -Pine Gum
same make aI tamed. Describe 'briefly the and,Mrs. H..W First Federal Savings & entered against/ you for the relief -
__ Frtester of (Mixed
-J i Ft. )
ua.aaaaaa&aawa.uJanet glazes etc. Participants demanded In the complaint,
w I function of your business as ,,:Pierce and Mrs. Wade Priester, loan Association of Starke, or petition. Bid Blanks, conditions. and
.,... work on their projects during Starke, Florida." Said meeting specifications may be obtained
lit pertains to the national Saxon of Gainesville o* Palatka. on Wednesday WILneoH my hand and the fail
the final two hours. I will be held at the office of of Said Court December 13, from the State Purchasing? Com
health, safety, or Intel est. spent last week with Grail 'MM, on
A3kln% William/ D.
: and Mrs. H. W. mission Room lit,
: Anyone attend one or 1967. .._
Serving Florida J Question: It Is my understanding Saxon ani Mr. and Mrs. Glen Priester visited their daddy. may the association. 218' North (SEAL) *JB. Bloxham Building, Tullahaaaca.Florida. .
all of the sessions.It -.r
..... I Temple Avenue, at two o'clock .
that a registrantwho I McIntosh J. W. Charles; A Darby
Since 1950 Priester In
Macclenny. Is also out that Al :J. DayExecutive
pointed In the afternoon Wednesday Aa Clerk of Maid Court -
has been declared by his Wendy Hill returned to The
Baptist Church .. plrector
a the is not designed By Virginia f Darby
greeting S errtce 0. local board to be a "delinquent" Ohlpola] Jr. College and Glen',New Year Eve watch service program Jan. 17. 1968. Am Deputy Clerk 12/28 it 1/4
is called ahead of all Harrell to< FSU on Tuesday. on Sunday night. A covered for women only. Men are In*]j I Ruby Johns, Secretary 18/1 4t 1/1/ Dec. 28, 19671. January 4, JJ968
....,.. .. .. vited to attend and enjoy then _
.. others. What Is the definition The community wishes to .dish supper at 8 o'clock and recreation provided by I 14| 2t' 111| :" Woo Woo.- w. \\\I\o Vn
of a "delinquent" In this instance express its deepest sympathyto films were shown and a fellowship tug with ceramics.. ,
( bourn until 12 o'clock.
:: Mrs Carolyn Cordially Answer: A "delinquent" is a the loss of their mother : GIRLS will BASKETBALLThere be a meeting. in I FREE COLOR TV AT
person required to 'be registered Mrs. Lossle Carter. The Stockholders of the,
... Free
Eaves Exhibit SetBy' the armory for all girls 13
Welcomes under the selective service Phyllis Harrell spent last Community. State Bank of I
II old and through the 12th
Representative law who falls or neglects] ,to week with her slater Mrs. Chevrolet years Starke will hold their annual
Ph. 964-5812 You and Your perform any duty required of Frank Cahoon In, Fairbanks. I grade, who are interested In meeting the banking house
At in the Recreation
Baldwin playing basketball I
122 N. Bay St. Family to Your him under the provisions of The J. E. Adklns's holiday Agency !league./ The meeting; of the Community State Bank .i. BONANZANow
I the selective service law visitors were Mr. and Mrs. of Starke starke, FIa: on
Starke New Home will be Jan. 8 "at
Chevrolet Monday,
Question: What Is the order Charley] Flowe and Rene of truck workpower Saturday, Jan. 20, IMS, at 2 I
of selection of registrants la Greenville, S. C., Mrs. O'June engines, transmissions and ax- 3:30: p. m. p. m. 'I
: The State of Florida Classes I-A and I-A-O thatis Ellis of Georgetown, S. C., ,, for'1968 are demonstratedby SR.Boys 16 of andover 14| 2t 1111// M I! Now until the end
... now being; followed: Mrs. Grace Beal of Jacksonville means of colorful] operating years age !: N 6
: Answer: Registrants including of December. will"receive
and Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph you
.. It Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and / units In playing basketball In the
physicians dentists Hutcheson and, familyof a unique mobile display I will not be affiliated> with i M
... To Acquaint You With Your City. and allied specialists, who are Starke. at, Baldwin Chevrolet- senior boys league are urged]I the B & J Income Tax: Service BILEuli1llll'd absolutely FREEa :

... I, In Classes I-A and I-A-O are Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Allen Oldsmobile] on U. S. 301 North. to attend a meeting to 'be'' ,i after December 14, 1967.
i in the The exhibit, which will beopen'Thursday held In the armory, Charles C. Johns, beautiful GE television
If you are new in the area, a phone currently being selected and son spent the holidays InClaremore Thursday
'following order: [I11] Delinquent Okla. visiting her and Friday, night, Jan. 4, 7 p. Route t, Box 33, Starke, Fla.
call will with Jan. 11-12, Is highlighted] by JR. BASKETBALL 12-14 4t 1-4 i with each Mobile
bring you a prompt visit I -age 19 and older, parents Mr. and Mrs. Cantrell 1
animated\! displays] .of Chevro All] boys ages 13-15 who are
: the oldest selected first; [121 and other relatives. I -
::: from your local hostess. Please give Volunteers-age 17-25 In the Phyllis Griffin spent last let's high torque engines, both interested In playing basket- In The Circuit Court. ElKtithI is Home purchased! Justin
gasoline and view ball in the Recreation Leagueare I Judicial Orralt Of Florida la
diesels On'
I sequence in which they volunteered Wednesday with Bernice Lam- F'1 : time for the holi
..... And l Kor Ilraaford County
... her a call! She has maps and many I for induction; t33 bas In Highland. ;are the heavy-duty gasoline urged to attend a meeting C.. No. 2:10Cn'IL ,
V8 and Toro-mow' V8 diesels to be held Friday. Jan. 5 3:30p. : ACTION :J
Nonvolunteers 19-25, in for
age Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill and days Hurry now
free and .wonderful gifts for you I single or married after August daughters spent{Saturday with that power Chevrolet's heavy- m. in the armory. Georgia, David Marcelene Lee Qodsey.Qoilsey.Plaintiff ,
Ufo from local businesses.FLORIDA 26, 1965, with the oldest selected Mr. and Mrs. Gene Day in duty line plus a variety' of PIGTAIL LEAGUE Defendant va your FREE TV at -
first: (41] Nonvolunteers Winter Park. power-teams, for representative There will be a meeting in Notice Of Suit -No PropertyYou
high and heavy the Recreation Department are hereby notified that
age 19-25, married on or Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Zengle- an action for Divorce has been
-, before August 26, 1965 with Ins of West Orange N. J. were ,,duty trucks. for all girls ages 10-12.( who filed Hgalnnt you and you are
the oldest selected first: 151] visiting Mrs. T. F." Brown on i The display trailer was constructed are Interested in playing basketball -.| -
Nonvou.nteersage] 23-35. especially for the exhibit In the Recreation.
Friday. i
THEATRE with the youngest' selected :Mrs. Thelma Atkins enterer with built-in' lighting league. The meeting will' be THE RIGHT POINT for tb BONANZA MOBILE HOMES
:; first; and (61] Nonvolunteers the Bradford County Hos301 high-fidelity sound System Monday. Jan. 8, at 3:30: I p. m. the way yon wrlv. Come In
and motors to the ani POPULAR''BAND J
power and elect your favorite ES- 4131 N. W. 13th St., Gainesville
: 'Sh.wUme-Weekdays 7:4>6- Sunday 3:00: mation. FOR TEEN DANCE [
: Saturday 1:00 There Is no admission The first teen age dance of. TERBROOK fountain pen. Phone 372-4285
charge, and the public is cordially -: 1968, sponsored by the Sbarke TELEGRAPH. I

: Friday, Saturday Jan. 5 6 invited to see the exhibit Recreation Department,will; 1 1I C
DriveInI while It Is In Starke. be held Friday, Jan. 5, I
: Double Feature Program ing the basketball fOl1oW-j
NEW CORPORATION will feature the

CHARTERED HERE tion Rookln' Shadows of
: From the adventure continent I Secretary of State Tom Adams Wlktwood. Boys and' girls] I -
SIIOW BEGINS AT SUNDOWN has announced the chartering who. are students at Bradford -
of its
: 1 one most exciting tales. ADMISSION: ,AduUs 15e, Students 60e of the following corporation High School and graduates to
'S. a Children Under 12 Free : Conway Flying Service: age 19 are Invited.: Live Oak PORTABLE
'. Inc., 649 N. Temple] Ave., students are also invited Admission I
R -' Starke. Authorized stock: 100 for the dance Is $1.2..1'
Fri., Sat., Sun. Jan. 5, 6, 7 1 shares of common of no par The affair. will end at mid- ; 1'f

value. Dealing In Instructionof night
airplane flying and operating M
i iU ia ia Three Big Thrillers
.- ... a school for such 'purposes Man I
nCHNICOlOfl"- PICtURt Incorporators: Lacy H. InjuredIn 9
S e'No. Conway, Farris H. Conway,
-- PLUS 1 both of Starke: Lacy Frederick Car-Train
Conway. Columbia S. C.
....' Filed Dec. 20. 1967 by TheronA. Wreck 10
COLUMBIA PICTURE....-T ... l T FridayCarl
JIM HUTION'DOROTHY rROVIN['MILTON BERG'JOEY BISHOP < HUM mu Wim.ewrr., mnmmtmmTMC Yawn, Jr. starke t

U --..--., William Foster, 23, of
'BOB DENVER Brooker was taken to the i
enm low or*mHimmar'" RECREATIONNEWS University of Florida Medical ;i.
: WAITfH BRENNANN N UNT roan MwiMm TOCM*. mu Center Friday. Dec. 29, after v I i.i
a.l "''''l'- _, his 1966 Chevrolet collided
: l Jr EASTMAN COLOR __= with a Georgia-Southern I

.. No. 2 train engine, ., .... z ++II
was 'WIth.
Foster charged I t .+
CERAMICS PROGRAM failure to stop at a railroad

." Sun., Mon., Tues. Jan. 7, 8, 9 ,, ;I want > 1 TO RESUME MONDAYThe crossing. TVooper J. K. Wade i TMa
ceramics program of the Florida Highway Patrol b I
f. k'YOUto sponsored by the Starke Recreation Investigated the accident. t 1 .
: / Department will resume y ro? r.t1r"
CYCLE GANG WAR! The accident occurred 6.9

..a .,,and a new kind otviolence Is born! '.see Jan. a sessions at 7 p. on m. In :Monday.the old miles SRS-235.north Damage of Brooker to Foster's on k"*,,., ..4 '-, .w
main j. .ta
a + sr
S armory car were estimated!: !' at $1,200 r'e'j
Sessions will be held three and to the train engine at yl .. el.kk,5
No. 3IT'S times each week with evening $150.

classes meeting Monday and Foster was traveling northon
a. Thursday from 7 to 10, and SRS-235 and his car col-
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Mr. and Mrs. Bill Taylor and Mrs. Bertie. Williams of end. ..'
children of Gainesville.: '. Jacksonville Is spending the .Mrs.: Pace. Lewis Is a modfeal '
Bavless HiwavBy r 'lad :Mrs.-Prea-Bntdwwi! and +//weekend with her chlliiren of Jacksonville; :Mr. Torother-lnlaw. Mr. -and Mrs;' ty Ho p.l.bal. We wish her L ;: _

Mn. O. K. and Mrs. C0ares] Crosby and C, C. CMMiW. speedy recovery.Mr. .
Crosby I eon of Ocala, Mrs.. O.z.1CJoe.;: Air. aha Mrs.'Charles Newma.'na ( and :Mrs. R. J. Crosby

WVa&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& by and Jimmy Crosby "and.children ana. sons of -ITatrbanksHW were--Christmas\ '' day guests of
of Strit xar,, ...:, nM / r.iiViiiltlng. his parents. Mr Jar. and Mss Waverly In.
Holiday guests of Mr. 'and Mr.and Mls.\\ts&m Modus .... Mrs. I/I'd' Newman dur- Jacksonville.
:Mrs. L. A. Crosby were sir. and baby of Perry '-.it-the; the hodldays.a Mr. and Mrs._IBdmrard{ Norman -
and Mrs. Lain Cronhy 'and weekend. wWb...t ....1'.nts..' ,,.Mrand' Mrs. C. C. CtoObyrspwHIrora Mr. and Mrs. Gordon,
children: : of Brunswick 0&. Rev and Mny M,.1t aQedetrotl J Tuesday i throughSaturday .Jones and) daughter, Mr. and
-\ with Mr. and :&ITO. .a'1n.' Herbert Norman and Mr.
Otis Crawford and Mr. and nand Mrs. Charles. Cribtoa 'Mid
STARKE NURSING I\ NIE E MnII. Sobby Crosby In Gaines-. children spent Christmas with

...,Mr.pnd Mrs. Glenn Stanley Leesburg Christmas BAPTIST CHURCH CHtTKJCn I CHURCH CHURCH ,
808 S. COLLET ROAD ;,)* '//loAd 'children of Jacksonvilleagepe..Queats Ernie i Norman of Gainesville I Schedule of services: Sun- Sunday School, 1 10:) a. m.I Sunday! School 10 .. m k
of her parents, visited Mr. and' .. Edward Sunday 'School 10 a.ifm.( ; Schedule of services: Sunday I .
:MornIng -
Phone 969.4271 day School 9:43: a. m. Worship 11
Morning a. m.
Fta. Morning Worship 11 a. m.;
.....Starke Morning Worship Service 11 10 11 .
!Mj...,andLMrs.; Floyd Crosby Norman .New Years day School a.m. Worship Worship, 10:45( : a.' m. and 7 p. m.-Rev. .Leland A. Worship 8 m.1'
Evening p.
Ian4 :herlster,, and brother- *. ..1.1! Training Union 6:30: a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Training:
L We have complete numlar oervlee for and Mrs Harold m. Evening'Worship, Training Union. 6:43: p. m. Baker, 'pastor.Thursday Prayer Meeting. Wednesday: I
adulta MTj p. :
of twlamr : SFJC CoursesTo Union, 6:30: p.m. Rev, Jack
all ayes. $'1teows.,Saburoday.u,1.t11lt p.: m.: TSO Stolte pastor.KINGSLEY Evening: Service 7:4: $.. Mid VisItation 10a. 8'P. m. Sing each Friday at 8 tp.
_. -'.' ""'... ; .Xtartlett Faulkner Be OfferedIn I Prayer. Meeting vwJ.ktrSOo. /' : week ;Prayer Service Wed m. and 7 p. m. m. Rev. Harvey Lane, pas-
.,the, /weekend In Jacknsonvitte m.; G. >A. Meeting 'wetl.. LAKE nesday: 7:45: p; m tor.
X. We have RJV.'s and LJVN on doty Z4 hoar twltjli.relatives.. "NEW RIVER BAPTIST ,
7:30: p. m.; Choir Rehearsal BAPTIST CHURCH'

41&7. We! *re-sorry, to report that Santa.1"e* -JuniorCollege Wed.,' 7:30: p. m.; -Brotherhood Sunday "School 9:43: a. m. SMYRNA MISSIONARY II Sunday School!! 10 a.n.. CALVARY BAPTIST

Don "Newmans Is a medical will offer the. following coursesiliretertce meeting, l last Monday Morning Worship 11 a. m. BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship, il a. m. Sunday School. 10 a. m.Mortiuig .
8. We have our own X-ray and laboratory. (Mr.lame patient In. Bradford; ,County, ,' during Trimester In eaCh month. Kev. David Training Union 3:15: p. m. 63.; W.. Pratt St. Sunday., ""Priming'Union}: ip.."m. Evening Worship. 11 a. m. \

*, Moncrlef'U but toll time Ueensfcd .tachalolan Hospital.tend'".frs.oe: 9eipp.and HI.'Classes' wjll fee 'rfceld."In Medelros. pastor. Evening! Service-7:39,' : p. tn.Midweek1 services. : Sunday School 10, Worship, 8 p. m. Training Union 6:30: p. n
j&tt. Room 34 of the firaaford-Wn-1 .a. m. Preaching! 11 ;a. m.
). -ot JTackaonvlUe, were .HOPE QAPTlSt : Prayer Service Wednesdaynight service. Lvenlng Service 7:30.: Frayt
ZmraOBi Union
4 IonArea Vocational-Technical i Wednesday 7:30: p. ra. Come Training 5:43: p.m..
/gaests ofMs parents. Mr.toad 7330( p. m. Everyone welcovut. Meeting Wednesday 7:9f:
4. We are licensed for.50 beds by the State Boardof Mrs. Eldon Sam 'Sunday. Center.'The: : courses and TBuza and'"hU- Sunday School 10 a. m. ,
Health License No. X. Mrs. JoKn? 1J1a'dates i are: FINE LEVEL BArTISkSunday A. G. Flynn pastor. I pastor..
dren of NeW Bedford, IMaM.I Morning Worship-11 a. m OF CHRIST I
'. : i "Jll tIt'rpa *iof -last.week., with MS-lb$'night.Basic Mathematicar) : ,r' u Tialnlng ''Union-6:30: p. m. School, 10 a. m FIRST rilESBYTKtolAlft! HEILBRONN BAPTIST
ft. We have sUterlnUw.Rev. Monday Morning -Worship 11 e. rr Sunday: Bible Study iOa'
a modern. Dreproot building with ceo- I her brother-and Evening. Worship 1:115: '
'MU Music Apjttetla- Sunday: School y:45 so'
-110. >>: a. :
Pre-eenrlots [Booster :bank :-! in.1-:; Morning Worship and
tral alr-ccndltloaer land heat .,art MIA.\ M. D. Medelrw tlon. Wednesday nl htOan.. fp Sunday: School 8:45: .. '411. Morning Won alp 11 a.
aad family 'If Toting:\ Peop),. ard Prtrye.43er'vlel.4 Communion Service 11 & m.
10. I IiAR 't, Wednesday /jiignt! servllies ;""aer' >, MornJng Worship, 11. a, m. Tralnlna Union. 6:30: p. ra.
Norman ... : 'Evening services 6:30.
MMr.-and"Mrs.T.\ a. Evenlnd I :
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.. We are rtthta vo'biMlu of the Bradford County : son' 'Gerald, and Miss & : -101, Aft Appreciation. ,. 7:30: p. m. Rev. I I8rvlce. I I Youth Tellowahlp a p. m.i iI Training Union 7:00: p. ra.
and ,
Tftureday night. Jan. 11. Merle Packham. pastor. Worship. 7 .... m. Midweek, Wednesday: Worship serv1 -
; Hospital. Padgett t were holiday Choir Practice Wednesday Evening! Serv,.. 8:00.: :Mid
I SL >-. Annette and 'Mrs. Homer .All cltuwes start.a.t. '7p. m. r r Wednesday. V:30:: p 8 1 Ice '7 p. in. 'M1ti &te'r jack! "P. week Prayer Service. 7:39
guests Mr..> (II I p.m.@ev.'RObert
aihe Center -txMerlng\ i Automobile BETHEL BAPTIST clI11 cl.. .m.rRw.O.. rie4.. .
We Stearns- of Taw.res.They ra t i.fuLsoMy, pas "I I .,. e p. m. Wednee..l&y.An .
have a one stafT .f -Doctors wervtmg. the Mechanics every das; D. Bore!"
Home. were ' Barney Eggers and girls of 8:30: ( to( '9:30: p. m. T7te; .hopta. !' "::1WciraIi.IP.oI11.at 1o r

VJaokBonvUle.i\ I I equipped, ,to offer training' Evening WorAhlp, ?so p. m
8. Ware VA. approve*. Mr..Ond Mrs (,Eldon S6PP'Were AdUlts t
with modern equipment. Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m
visiting and Mrs..Mr.Barney arum M.rs..Joe Eggers axe -encouraged to twice{. Wednesday. Rev W. I Investment In Yjur Future
Sapp ,
t. We .lIdvent.a.ge'of. these cllWl es" Newmans
are approved by the State Welfare Agency. In| Jacksonville pastor.
and daughters

10. Wo are Frtday.iMr.- \ and. Mrs. H. C...'Edwards. will_:All continue,. academic on Adult their'present Classes CHURCH OF GOD j t t r

approved under Medicare and were daughter.guests of of Mr.'Jack and onv\1Ie Mrs.i\ ,schedule.hroippursday\ Monday night.night Sunday 422 N.School.Clair 10 St.a.-m.'Wor., Starko.. .. .ar O e M g m c fM 4ler.ea .rhfw wbeaYe. >r I -

IL. vices We are that large an adult enough may to need give, but all email BUMing enougb er-. T noon., :N.,.Norman Sunday 'after-,: Funeral Services I p.ship m.Services YPE Wednesday 11 a. m.7 and p... m.7 I .f'. :::ij;;;:::: ;;:!; :;::: :avl4iwF; : :::;::;;:;!;3: ;:*.w X\v:*r-w.;*<*x.ytkMvvS:>:w.:;; ;*:: ::w.'rc'ra:M.-xM:::: ;;:.:::"w'lWMN'M: ,:;: ;:;,: :::7- 'Y J:\'MwvwdidAlMY:::::: :::; ';::!:,!: : :r-rq

\ to pro Ode a family atmHp1aere. I Mr and Mrs. 0. E. Crosby For Mrs. Carter 'Prayer Meeting Friday 7 P. !:; .. .
and Mrs. J. L. Johns were In m.-Rev. L. S. Williams pastor. .'. liii

12. Mr. J. H. Moncrlef, Is ta charge of complete laboratory Chlefland Joe Waters Tuesday.and afternoon.:Mr. and. Held SaturdayMrs. CREAT1ON..trISN'T I !)

and x-ray faclUtto Laboratory No. 024. Mrs. -J. E. Waters of Dundee BAPTIST ;
and :3tosslee Lee Carter 74 ::;
Carl 'Sapp
We Comply With Title '8 Civil Mr. and Mrs. '. :.:
Rights Law visitedMr. widow-of .the late Lewis Car- {
of Georgia Located ,.
Joe Carter on. asayuM-jOaa-
CALL. WRITE; OR 'COME BY and Mrs. Loyd Padgett In ter,a idled Starke Thursday hospital Dec.after 38 a. way tSR 225at] Rattord RM' ;i IT AMAZING iM!i
Saturday 'afternoon [16R ]. Service
,16 : 43undal'School
.AND VISIT'' WITH ,Us. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosbyand brief illness. She was 'born in 10 a. m. "1!tur0av : .. ....Scientists say that there ifi

Lawton B. Thomas OwnerAdministratorMrs. dinner Mrs.guests J. L.of Mr.Johns and were Mrs. i and Macclenny urea a on member: Jan. 5 of, 1893 the e Morning Worship. I 11 a m 'a are no two snowflakes alike! }1iiii1,','

Gertrude Kaaffnmn- Asst. AdministratorWE Otis HlOTlnbotham Jacksonville -': Baptist Church. Training Union. 6:30::: p. In tr How anowflakei do :ii:
many .
Friday." I Surviving are three daughters Evenlna Service ,7:30: MidWeek f iti (."
COMPLY WITH TITLE 'VI Mr. and Mrs. NlcTc Crosbyand Mrs. Ruby'Cook and JPrayer Service"Wedr- you suppose there hate been l 11i:!
uestB wf( Mrs. Unnie WllliaJns, both ol day 7:30.: '-a.Y. Glenn Lawton :
were -
let Us Care for Your Loved Ones I Mr. and children Mrs. Laran ConnerIn Starke; Mrs. Anna Jones,, pastor. I t, ,i since the beginning of time M:

Atlanta'. during the. week- Daytona Beach; tour sons, :' Billions It staggers the ;':ii f
Ray{ and Richard Carter; rothof MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL # t ::
Daytona; W. D. Carter, .I imagination when one ::
Hampton and George Carter., Sun lay, ,SOhoo1, 9:45. Morn- {:
Starke. Also surviving are 12 Ing Worship. 11. Training Un. r; thinks of all the things that >IS:::
JACKSONVILLE DIRECTORYAuto and ten great ion 8:.13Evening Worship .'.
,BUSINESS grandchildren
grandchildren. 7:30.Wednesday.: s t ,, God has created from noth- :';.:':;:'

Funeral (services were held Deo. 13The $ big. :... ..
at 2 p. m. Saturday Dec.-30, Park Lane Baptist Choir will ii
Sales & Service in the Long Branch' 'Baptist l'Csentthe Christmas! Cantata -
-- MOTORCYCLES PIANOS Church with. Rev, Merle Pack- "Night of Miracles," under -I { w %t! T w Genesis, the first book in the ?ii

LANDROVER ham officiating. Intermentwas the direction of George T.
bible mean beginning. It i:
In the church cemetery ;Tones. 7:80: 'p. '1n. .....
under direction of DeWitt C i.. rr tells of of God's @
H 0 N D A, For Musical Advice ? many more ...
The World's Finest In Jones Funeral" Home of FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD .
OF .. t f y 4 creations and'how He }1ii
4 Wheel Drive* MOTOKCTCLES) TARTER: 'NICE Starke. 8TARKB ; major ; ....

Sold and Serviced byRoberts' II. I West Weldon St. and Ral- M ti created all these things for 1i.:. .
ChevWlet'Gre : r FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH f 1_ ...
Cove 3038 ALL MODELS ;;; i STARKE ford Road. benefit Attend s%
n Springs t {j11 j i' < the of man. iij
tt t Sunday Sohool.lOO.a..m.: ( : ..
Jacksonville 2M-96 ''fJ.l61'f'': Opportunities of service: ..:
:::,:: ... .":,.... 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship; church study Corf's word ::}::
Merchants Green Stamps ",.,. ,.. :., J Sunday Jan. 1 Brother- 4 ;...
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6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00p. : :::
hood meeting and breakfast ,v '
: + and learn' of Cod' i
Established 1948 m. Evangelistic Services. r -, more
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JEEP Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M: 7:30: a. m. Sunday School!, ., "' ..,
Chlckerlng St I 9:45: a. m. :Morning Worship Wednesday: 7:30: pro. Mid j{ ,'... I ', plan] for man. :::'.
Vehicle-' '- Toes., Wed., Thurs., Fri. Other Name Brands 11 a. m.i. sermon, "Jesus' week Prayer Meeting ',.it. If I '. '\ .. :::::
.eep Wagoneer Station Heartbeat In His Home ,Pastor: Rev. George Green. .''t ;! J? .'.,'dJ." .. .... ;,... :::
Wagon. Open Salt 8 A.M. e P.M. PIANO? CONN ORGANS Town." Training TJTnlon, 6:18.: : Jr.MORGAN .(.:' ; .'? ""' .1'v .' "' "" ) ?t'- :::.::.
1 Jeep Universal 2S5I Park Jacksonville 388-8518 Evening Worship, 7:30:: ; CHAPEL ::I "', ... : ::::::

Jeep Gladiator Service Tracks Closed Sunday &: Monday "Launch' Out Into The Deep.", Sunday School, 9:*:>>>. Morn I ;;;:1:::' i:M.. .7..;w: f,;" ::::::;:,::.:::;::::;;:;: :::::;:;:::::::::::f: ::: :\: fIMt; :id1t:8; f:!:; : : ::;:: ::::: JWm; ;:::;:!:!:::::jii1N !
S Authorized -
: Trustees Meet-
S Approved Parts ing, 8 p. m. January Bible ing Worship. 11. Training finso.rdtCN'rurywdagwrhMwWcyredMSrt.et.Jg.dekiws; ." | "" ... 3 \ fl7 i s;
4949 'BUndlng Blvd. Union _
S 4 Wheel Drive :2 Wfkcl PICTURE FRAMESDrive Study 7 to 8:30: p. m.. at the I 7:30. 8:15.: Evening Worship,I '::j: :(H MI.....llfc faml. ,IWMM lit.a4\."thai"" Im by tnM" |lhudghkr.wtM.. :::
: Wednesday f
Jac)sonvwe 771-8244 home of :Mrs. D. L. Sltcox; ing. 7:30.: ( Prayer, Meet ? tMi irwWkf. h .Iht.. bra. .1 f M.M|nnmm.l w..My ., .., d. life rig.Iwfftnmr {:
EDDIE BLAND Lorena Epperson Circle, 3 p. ; *ml. .d.... hiWonn'Mick M kiM M.tm. gel llMwIt.W'le kh.Itwiloo- ,nmAM : L:*
PICTURE FRAMING m., at home of Mrs. J. E. Wil- -Bob I. Cooper, astor. r! a MHMM. il..*.,,-4IMU, MpHrtftfOi.. fir ft*Mull. to wets !:J S i:
MOTORS, Inc. son; Junior Choir and Sunbeams DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH N< ......rf. kk laMf.." .,.,.. IM Immr,ever lee .ikwU.. ...bl/. an4 f.,. :S
655 W. ADAMS MUSIC UNFRAMED. PRINTSJACKSONVILLE 3:30 p. in. Primary BROOKEfR > ill klMta.| h..Oust ttomt s Mb UK t..ih.1.4 non'l lit tot mi d.ut.n! Ikt 79b rShie :
854-7751 '_ Choir, 4 p. m. January Bible ..............11I...e.Ib.a." dlilllol)W -. ;:;::
SPILLERS'GALLERY Study 7 to 8::3(). Sunday '.School. JO a. m. i r.t..Ae..r.e 3${;

Parrish Motors Tuesday Helen Masters Morning 'HMomhlp, 11 a: 111.: t:Sr.vxgr.:::;::;;:,;!;::::::r.v.::::!:r-t.m: 5::!;pv.nvn::: rrsr: ,:::::.w,;{ iommmmm::;::::: :::::::::::::::::::::;:: !! ;mmmm8m8E: :: ;!:! : : ;:: : :; ?:8::$:&:'
Circle. 9:30: a. m. Ida Darby Training Union 6:30 p.

SALES Paulus Music Co. Circle. 2-:30: p. m.. at the home Evening Service, 7:30.: Rev.l This Feature Published in the Interest of a Better Community by the Follow
( of :Mrs.' D. L. SILcox: Lorena Lacy Conway pastor.
SERVICE a Band & String .Instrument* 1045 Park: Stv-la Five Points Epperson Circle, 3 p.. m, .at .. ., big Civic-Minded Business Firms
PARTS home of Mrs. J. 'te. Wilson:
a (Jlbaon Guitars & Amplifiers lu'lIIS-8Mt
Junior Choir and Sunbeams BOATDRAIN BAPTIST
32 Tears Ail A: Dealer e School Supplies-Instruction 3:30: p. m. Primary Choir 4 CHUHCII STARKB FAULKNER Edwards Grocery'' & STARKE BUILDERS

Always Good Used Cars a Robert Recorders SEWING CENTER p. m. anua.ry Bible Study,..7. Sunday< School, 10 a.m.I SINCLAIR SERVICE I

921 Laura St. .Jack'ODvl1Je. Music Ubl'ary-E"PVrt to 8:30.: Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Mkt. SUPPLIES.. Inc.
Phone 359.6954 %,,,.We Repair Department
< andOfficers Meeting AN llardware
ning Worship 7 p.m. Prayer Peatortog
.BEAUTY ACADEMY 41 W. Monroe St. H. & N.American (covered dish supper) I 8 Meeting. : Wednesday. '7 p.m. Truck Trailer Groceries- Complete Paint SuppttM
Jacksonville 305-8447 p. m. ;January Bible Study 7 -, Gaa & Oil and Sporting Good
SEWING CENTER to 8:30: p. m.Thursday Chureli Of Jean Christ Of Complete Lubrication
1310 Beach Blvd. Bible Study Latter-day Saints I Minor Tune-ups Ph. 964.5312 Starke Fla. "CHJ5CK> WITH US FDWr'

Hairstyling Jacksonville 898-3091 1967'Singer Class'10 a. m. January Bible [416 East Call St.J] 219 VlYudtlogtoa St. M4-0370
I 709 S.
Walnut Ph. 964-5399
Study. 7 to 8:30: p. m. Services: ; -
Auto -WI A. Hogan.. pastor. Priesthood. 8:45: ; Sunday' ,
2X W. MONROK School ,10:00-: Sacrament. A_a Lawson Meat Market :
11:00... '
Like New CHURCH 'STARKE Branch -President Insurance Agency

Riverside Sunday: Church School Dean Hansen 964-6278. OF STARKE, INC. W* Siechllz. faa Custom .BtenghtMNIng.
Console Model makes fancy designs 9:45: a. m.; !Morning Worship S-A-V-E Cutting A WrapplqU.s. -
Hairstyling stitches, monogranis,, 11 a. m.; Snack Supper for MADISON STREET '301 NORTH Prepared For Deep Jm..e
overcasts, sews on button, MYT1: 0 p.-m.; MVF meetings, BAPTIST CHURCH With our Mutual Agent
Academy 6:30 Evening Worship, Sunday Jan. 7- Sunday Ph. 981-7600 Starke Fla. moNIC; M470MFLORIDA
: p. m.;
yo make button holes 'a, blind 222 N.
Temple Ph. 964-7369
2859 PARK ST. 7:30: ( p.m. School, 9:45 a.' m. :Morning
JACKSONVILLE SS4-8537 /COf ESSIOMAL OPTICAL stitches.; *attachments Monday -Circle 2. 3:30: p Worship 11 a. .m. Youth --

Accredited COMPANYPrescriptions. Demonstrators $64 or 'W per ; m.; Commission on Education, Choir'Rehearsal' 4:30: "p. Qualified Instructor mo. Call l lax 771-1850 7 p. m.; Official Board, 8 p Youth Choir Supper 5:45: : BRADFORD COUNTY r
Modern Styling Filled *- Training Union. 6:15.: WMU '
Monthly daises Broken" Lenses Dupllcatk1: H. & N. S!wlng Ctr. m.Tuesday Circle 4, 10 a. Prayer Circle, 7:15.: Evening 528 Phone S. Walnut] S't. TELEGRAPH j

"Where tomorrow's stylists Artificial Eyes m; Circle 5. 10( a. m. Wesleyan Worship.'7::30.Monday. 964-6022 EST
are trained" Eyewear Specialists Service Guild 7:30: p. m. Jan. 8- Brother Complete Automotive
313 Laura St. Jai 358-5395: WESTERN STORE WednesdayCircle 1. 10 a. hood Meeting. 7:30: p. m. i REPAIRS Phone 961-6305. ONTROL
1034 Park St. Jax 884-tY1$ m:; Circle 3, 10( a. m., Bible Wednesday Jan. 10Pray- I
ELECTRIC MOTORS Study and Prayer Meeting, er Meeting .Visitation 7:15.: For Every Need
7:30: p.: m. Church Choir Rehearsal 8:30.: t Printing-Office Supplies .& au4u 1I CQ,


Western Store Rehearsal, 7:30: p. m. beams and GA's meet. 3:30: I
Peavy Brothers Friday Junior, Choir Rehearsal m.RADIO. 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.

Electric Co. BAR NET T 5 "Where Toull Find Every.ELECTRIC 3 T>. m. p. Charley 'E.' JohnsAgency BRADFORDABSTRACT Phone 964-5745 for FREE

MOTORS thing. For the HorseSoldServicedRepaIred Inspections & Estimates,

a Commercial and Portrait .Enthuctast" ruB :RlOirr POINT for 'Ib* SUNDAY\ SCHOOL I.

Genera ton-Starters Frames Photography A CU.tom Framing Western Clothing Leather- the tray.,..q write. eo.M' -Radio-Station' WtJOO. 1230( 111 .. ,Wainm i Ph. M4-BO70 Company Hurst Shell Service ;

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