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 11, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Council 1 r $400,000 Middle School/ Set

Receives School Board 01('s


newly completed au- Additional
dit covering the fiscal year

ending last September 30 a.lytsaa's'

was received Friday, Jan. ".",

5, by the Starke City Coun- school buildings: )

cil.The were set to go up in a few-
new report praised by months as the School
the Council for its comprehensiveness Board '.' ,
and thoroughness Tuesday agreed to .

was ,presented In a special open bids Feb. 22 on the

caUed meeting Friday night new $400,000 Bradford

by Ned Scott of the account- Middle School and to have

Ing firm of Purvis. Gray and 1C"w _4 preliminary plans drawn

Powers of Gainesville. for Phase II of the Brad-
Council Chairman Orle : AsAT'
Wiggins invited the press to for-Union V o cat i o' nal i

the special session but ,reques- Technical Center. '
ted that nothing be printed A Sept. 1 opening date for \
about the report until after. the new Unee-grade! middle. '
the Jan. 16 meeting when the school Is seen by Supt. Tom' '

auditor' recommendations Casey. Plans are to move the

will be explained. seventh and eighth, grades : ':

Purpose of Friday's session from Bradford High and, the ,
was to have the report pre- sixth grades .from Starke and
sented and explained to the Way Being Made For The New Southslde Elementary Schools.

council by Scott so the board Size of the second phase of 4

members could study it in 1I00Up" on Andrew Street off north Temple| nifiit Is (ilitiinril.N1MIII. An iinininccnii'nt IN. expectedBHS the vo-tech school will !be
preparation of next Tuesday's' Avenue are being deniollNhed or morel,l away considerably less than anticipated i'e /
regular session. thin week and", NMciilutlon| 'Is that a new ileloi. |.- Architect Don Morgan ; d
During discussion of the told the Board. In determining '

budget of the electric plant a program for the second
Councilman Nell Tucker Inquired phase State Department of
whether Scott could New Evaluation Education Officials, who visited -

work up the city's cost of Is AccreditedFor here Dec 19, recommended -
producing a kilowatt of elec- two vocational office! edu-

tricity. The auditor said he Forms MailedTo cation teacher stations of 1.-
thought It could be done and 440 square feet each and one
sold he would work on it. data processing teacher station -

Prior to .reviewing the audit of 1,600 square feet ,
the Council agreed to bear a Current TermBradford timber FirmsNew Morgan said he anticipateda

third of the cost on the Joint building similar to Phase I
sidewalk proposed for the recently completed for about

School Board County Com- High School received its HJG7-C8! accrctlialion certificate Friday from 1968 tax forms were $335.000. He told the Board
\ mission, and City Council. They mailed Tuesday morning to the state officials did recommend -
the Southern Association of Colleges)) and Schools.
project includes about a mile four timber companies owning some alternate programfor
t of sidewalk on Washington Although the school was' granted full accreditation for the present: school year, large tracts of land In Bradford Phase II and said he "

and Orange Streets and Colley Principal Jim Temple noted that approval for 1 19G7-C8!) was Iwsotl: on informal( at County' in accordance thought the Board should .

Road.. an S. A. C. S. area meeting last sprint anti wa granted prior I to (he recent on- with a court order during last make an effort to have some
Councilman Nell Tucker haa of Association. January's timber suit trial. approved. Lightning Protection '
site evaluation by O. C. Wilson:: Florida committee member .the : :\
been pushing the project as a Judge John A. II. Murphree, Vo-tech Director Ted Ogle..
necessity because of the "This does not by any whiT had. presided over the Bby said Wednesday that plans !Hlatlu! lines ,are being Installed. for a BOO-foot: radius on an
... mean, eliminate or effect the demic'proimun' BItfJ In December it&d.tlie fulkMwlrlg,3104r... four niulu .
hundreds of school children : rr'1a17'Wld' Bradford Tax: As- for Phase n now call for an line lewllng/ to tlt..II'ark..powcco. plant. 'The Il-. 4
now walking on the streets to possibility of BHS' ,being dls- :""Wilson stated that "We were foi'Lunate to receive I M6! or Oene' Long to broadenthe expenditure of state and federal urn 'to provide light:' 'nl.IK I protection'' at w font ol $0,000'UtiUtJes
the town's two elementary accredited beginning next "unless steps are taken ,to cor- full aouredlatlon this classifications: .: In the re- funds f-$00,000.< Phase, Niiut. Ounir lliiIN, Nays, In. |h"IM'II| of avoiding u fire !Much n* tile
schools. year" said Temple. rect ma lor discrepancies: at year," said Temple, "considering turn. Forms used prior to the II will I\low.h.e! permanent HUB luxt year which mi Paused by lightning.
Tucker told the council the After his personal evalua Bradford High School there Is deficiencies that have trial listed two classifications housing of several existing At Unit. Hum.. the city dud no liixurunra to pity for approximately -
project wll cost $6,008 mak- tion of the facilities and aca- a strong possibility! that the and still do exist. I onU' ,hope -pine' and pine potential or vocational programs, Oglesby !9I8.00U iliiinagi-N to ono of tlie plant generator Sine
then liiHiiriiiice.. .. hue .linen milled and this static line further
ing the Council's share 2000. school will be Unaccredited. that they can be corrected In swamp. declared. The data processing are a
Temple pointed out that If time. The new forms prepared by program will be moved: | C'onlruftor: for. the, job In. Juek Purr, or Lukelanil. Man lathe
Harris BoundTo N. C. Airborne the decision is made to dls- Wilson In his evaluation, Long divide pines Into three from the USO Building and Insulated. 'bucket. of the utility truck shown above: man-
accredit BHS. the process cited the school's maJor shortcoming classifications slash, longleaf the present VOE program uovers hliiiNi-ir through and 'lie-twern" live electric wire to
Circuit Units Train would begin with an official as being inadequate and lobolly. Information from Phase I to Phase II. install th.. Hi at In hues The big bourn can lift "the bucket above
warning'during the 1968-69 curltulum organization and must be Included as to the That would give room in the power duce. t"". eiiulillnic. Hu< men to work all around .thee.
term. The school would then development high teacher site Index Of each class, the Phase I for an Industrial |power. lines "lth..utI"'h'l. uny Unfit. off.

Court Here At Blanding be placed on probation during turnover( and Inadequate physical growth per acre year in cords drafting class and a motor
average stocking density list tune-up section which Is now
Preliminary hearing for former 1970-71 and finally, dlsaccred- facilities
mixed inwith other
roads: and easements grazing shop
Approximate/? regular
Bradford roan Marvin Earl Army officers and enlisted lands, and planting and site equipment In Phase I. Grades To Be Taught
(Bobble) Harris. 33, charged preparation lands. After the middle school Is
men are participating In an \
here with attempted and
rape built Supt. Casey told the
11-day exercise ab Camp In addition there are also
"committing-' a crime against Blanding. which will continue categories of hardwood andcYP1'ess Board approximately $150,000of
nature was waived last Thursday million building
through January 18. non-productive lands. the $2.8 Set For All SchoolsUse
Jan. 4, by Public Defender program will remain for additional -
R. A Green. Jr. Participating In the field The firms, long said, can classroom space at 1
County Ju'"ge T. A. Yawn training are men of the 2nd use either the old forms or Bradford High School.
the new Information on of RJE School in Reno least for the ,,1
convened the hearing: as Brigade 82nd Airborne Division ones. The' $150,000 would build High at ,
scheduled and began taking from Fort Bagg, N. C.; either will enable the assessorto from 12 to 14 thousand square 1968-69 term is planned by Bradford school officials'''

testimony from a 14-year-old Co. B, 307th Engineer Bn., arrive at the Just Value, feet of classroom space which after a recommendation by Supt. Tom Casey 11

Jacksonville girl. But when the also from Fort Bragg: the he says. would, perhajM. Include a Library The superintendent disCUS-
young girl became too upset to 782nd Maintenance Bn., a pla- The battle began over 1965 home economics, and a sed grade classifications for
continue the public defender toon of the 82nd Military PolIce c aSlle.lsments''I.'hen! Long raised DCT unit.Referring, each school In the county that RJE will be accredited by
waived the hearing 'With the Co., and an element from them under the then, new Just to the apparent with principals at a meeting the State Board of Educationfor
It Is Value Law.. The four !firms
imputation. that the girl's testimony the 307th Medical Bn. small amount of money to be Wednesday, Jan 3. The' classifications the first time. All other
Nelson.I Blocker has recently
believed to be the largest con-
be taken In private kr1 spent on BHS compared to were then approved county schools: are presently
sold his acres] went to
tingent of regular Army 1,300
after the hearing. ti the middle school. Board by the School Board Tues- accredited by the State Board.
ground troops to train at court to protest their 1965 assessments -
to the Member Art Holllday\ told
Padgett was brought day when they were presentedby
Blanding since World War II but the case drug
hearing from Duval County to Casey he has been receiving. Supt Casey Recommendations CC
until It
on finally came BanquetIs
where he Is being held on a An airdrop scheduled for trial in 1967 with thetlmbel' complaints from the public were:
kidnapping charge. A Duval Tuesday morning by 900 men January about going Into the middle Continued use of RJE for
firms protesting assessments -
office told Judge' Yawn. that of the 2nd Brigade was can- school before anything Is done grades kindergarten through Sell-out,

Harris nan been bound over to celled because of low visibility __ \ each year.after hearing about BUS. 12. Bradford Middle School
Uuval's Criminal Court of which prohibited the reform- Judge the case Murphree In January, ruledIn Casey and Board Chairman grades 6-8: Southslde and Manager SaysThe
Record. ing of the aircraft into a H. A. Lawson both replied Starke Elementary Schools
jump formation. The drop July that Long's assessments that more Is being done for grades K-5; Bradford High
After here would stand and order-
was of
hearing 1968 annual banquet
was scheduled to be made In the high school than Is read- School 9-12; Lawtey Junior
waived Harris ''bound ed the timber firms to pay
was over the Starke-Bradford!. County
the San Juan Zone
Drop on ily apparent to the public. High School grades K-8; Anderson
to Circuit Court. court costs and interest on looks
Chamber of Commerce
211 North of
Highway Key- Moving students from the Junior High School at
stone freights, but due to that portion of their taxes high school to the middle La-wtey, grades K-3; Brooker like a sell-out and tickets
still unpaid after the trial. will not be available at the
The CommunityState weather conditions the brigade school will make more room Junior High. K-8 and Hampton
But Judge Murphree also said door P. J. Novak seoretary-
Bank reverted to an alternate plan at BHS they said. Elementary, K-8.
and landed at Cecil Field for that a broader classificationof Remodeling of B-Bulldir, Casey told the School Board manager said yesterday.
transnortatlon to Blanding by timberlands on tax; returns More than 190 tickets hadbef'n
and planned for this summer, will Tuesday that Lawtey Junior
might be useful.
vehicles. 9 10 teacher stations and purchased through Wednesday -
give or High Is becoming crowded
Florida Bankat Long said Information said. there Novak said, and attendance -
The men are occupying Casey that some students from
the subjectto
will be
Starke three bivouac areas one on companies BHS would then need 14-18 may have to be transferred to will be limited to
the North Range and two on review by a prafesalonalforester new teacher stations to put the middle seoul next year. :200, in accordance with arrangements -

Will Not Be Open the South Range at Bland- ,' the county agriculture him every class In a new or remodeled -", Lawtey School Board Member with the caterer.It .
zoning board and
For Business! room the superintendent Buster Bennett said that sev- 14 the first time a banquet
ing.MaJ. self.Three said and there III be has been sold out advance,
Oen Henry W McMil of the timber firms, eral classes at Lawtey now
Friday January 19 lan the Adjutant Oeneral of Rayonler. Inc., Owen-JlllnoU, funds to accomplish that: have 36 or 37 pupils. Novak said.
Florida, announced that the Oilman Nel- Before anything more Is At a recent school board The banquet will be held
Lee'alUirthday and Paper,
Robert E. exercise Is being conducted at. son Blocker have paid their done at BUS, after remodeling meeting patrons of the all- Thursday night Jan 18. at
B-Bulldlng. the School RJE protested 7-JO: o'clock In the Starke
Blanding In order to familiarize taxes through. 1967. Negro High :
A Legal Holiday the troops with terrain Only Container Corp., largest Board faces "what, Supt. Casey the rumored phasing out of Golf & Country Club with
similar to that round in Viet- American; Foods RepresentativeHere holder of timber lands in terms a "monumental declslon" the school. At the time they Stephen C. O'Connell. president -
Youth Fellowship what to do with C- both Supt. of tht University of
nam. The mission, (]en. Mc the county with around 34,000 were assured by
1st Baptist Church Millan said, la to conduct To Handle Co-op Berries acres, Is still appealing Judge Building presently the main Casey and the School Board Florida and former State
training aimed at preparing Murphree's ruling. No action unit at BHS. When B-Bulld- the school could not possibly supreme Court Justice, as the
officers, and enlisted Ing Is remodeled all studentswill be closed In the near future main speaker.
Jan. 13. 7:30: P.M. young Win. I.. rl//nnl! (loft) arrived on the Starfce !State has yet been taken by the '
from the big yet
removed there is (
men for service in Vietnam. in be ) because no room Another banquet highlightwill
Fanner Market l it American Food| District Court of Appeals
'' 'rld"y represent' ( ,
ALL YOUTH INVITED According to Its commander, ire of l.ake'or'h.' who will handle all Mtrawherrle. produced Tallahassee! building Casey says. to handle all the 600 students.In be the'' presentation of

Col. John T. Carley, the 2nd here thin. season f I.y the new, Bradford "HtrawlierryCooperative. Tax Assessor Long commented Discussion\ Tuesday centered meeting the board the service awards In four 'categories
This Space Contributed Pictured with rl//urd: Is Bml. Hurley, one of Tuesday, "Before this la around either demolishing patrons protested certain : Community Service
Weekly to Publicize Brigade Is a combat unit the 2'! co-op menther. over I'Jl either be an experton the big unit or making it intoa conditions at RJE. Casey said Oood Citizenship! Humanitarian

Community Event by which stays prepared to go Since lust Friday, the ('u-op" hay. Mid 1,3'Jl' flat timber or a nut. one- tory structure. Main last Thursday that he and Award, and Civic Organ
anywhere in the world. He through .American F''<'MH, the' largest tiiiver fin HtnnvherrlewHI idea, both Casey and the some board members met later Izatlon Service Award.
The CommunityState Fort In the Eastern "Seuliintrd.. fi.lil. rather. over the weekend RETREAT SCHEDULED Board. agreed, is to have a with residents of Reno at the
said they left and mute Wednesday' lime slowed |>rmliu>llon, hut u C'''-''I.| AT! ST. WILLIAMSA presentable front to face U. S. school and went over the situ The banquet will also mark
Bank 18 degree weather and are spokesman predicted 225 flats would lie haru'Nt..IJ'1'1.ur..ay.. Retreat will be held at ation. a change in leadership of
to their stay and :373 "'rul.v.A 301.Before
Accounts now insured looking forward new office for line hv the Co-dp !Ic being constructed St. William's Church In Key- anything U done Since then Casey said the chamber activities from the
up to SI5,000 by In Florida In spite of the rain on the market platform and 1 nhoiilil be completed thin week.Bab stone Heights starting Sun- Casey said Principal Jim board has taken steps to correct incumbent president. ,,8.8-

Federal Deposit Insor-! which greeted them on their Allen, market manager, hun announced that" the day, Jon: 14, through Tues' Temple and his faculty will the deflclencea of which Everett, to Incoming president.
ante Corp. first day in the area. usual auction' ulll lie, held... till* Heuaun fur berries producedby day. Jan. 16. at '7 p. m. each have to decide what the high the patrons complained. Dr. D W. Whlffen.

nou-memborc of the Co-op, night. __. [Continued on Page Six] Casey said It now appears ___


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Mrs. Stanley Noegel was. 1'k .......
Faster Service tower Rate Set
visiting Mr. and Mrs Benny *

Stevens the weekend.in Vero Beach over For New Airlift To ServicemenPackages \( A : ;

Rev. and Mrs. L. L. Brookerof
Columbus, Ohio were Tuesday up to 30 pounds information on the beat way I '
supper guests of Mr. and addressed,:!' to American mill to mail parcels'"to?servicemen I DEAL!

GLADYS MOOTY Mrs. 0. S. Newcomb.Mrs. tary personnel served by Army overseas.
Phone 964.7608 Roy Clemons and son, and Fleet post offices overseas The-,regular. postage on par..* ,

Bud, and Mr. and, Mrs. Gene can now be sent by air eels mailed to servicemen :
Norman visited a nephew, transportation) at special low overseas Is based'on the. Local admittances to Brad- ,/'Mr/l.rlvIytrle/ ; fPl''""son has Richard Parrish in St. Luke'sHospital rates, Starke Postmaster T. C. tance the package Is (hauled
ford County Hospital this + J I 'ee weeks Sunday. Mr. Par- Hazen, Jr. has announced.Area within the U. S. No charge isl I
week include: Mrs. Velvalene igl6lk with ber. children, Mr. residents using this made for carrying the package ,
rish, of Jacksonville former
AddIson: Mrs. Jean Marlowe; UHKJ.JH*. Bdwatrd: Sphwato. and Bradford a lost new airlift service will set between the U. S. "
David Lee Cooper Ronnie :Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson County porn I' -
much faster delivery on parseels and the overseas base. :
his leg in motorcycle accident -
Moss Pascal Scott Ellison a .m '
Dykes, at Merritt Island. to military personnel Until January 7 effective,
Mrs. Effie Carter Sr., Dr. and Mrs J. W. Hayesof last Saturday night. said.
overseas, Hazen date of the new
and Loren Conner
Mr. Mrs.
Mrs. Florence Conner, Alvin Jacksonville were Sunday and Steve, of Atlanta, The airlift Is available on a lift for, parcels to servlce--alr-I i
McKinney Jr. and Miss Fran son
visitors of Mr. and Mis. F. W. space-available basis upon overseas was
Ga., visiting Mr. and
Sllcox all oif. Starke Mrs.
ces : Strickland. five)I
domestic to
payment of the par- packages weighing up
Mrs. Felix Sapp, L. L. Conner,
Nella Kirkland Shirlene
Donald W. Thornton has cel post surface rate plus a pounds. Upon payment of the I
and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Crosby
Baxley and George Prescott of returned to Norfolk, Va, after the weekend.Mr. flat $1 fee, the postmastersaid. regular parcel post rates
Lawtey; Harold Thomas Grover a leave of absence, where he over I
Packages weighing up to these :packages get surface
and Mrs. Floyd :
Cox and Levi Rhoden of will embark on a three weeks 30 pounds and not more than transportation to the port of". PLYMOUTH I 1
and family and Miss Joyce 1968
Hampton;. !Mrs. Linda King.
tour of duty to San Juan, Conklin of Gainesville were 60 inches In combined length embarkation and are airlifted

Nancy William Stlpp.Reynolds of and Keystone Mm. Puerto Rico. Mrs. Thorntonand Sunday visitors of. Mr. and' and girth qualify for the new from there to the overseas i
daughter are remaining
special airlift rate. posts on. spaceavailablebasis.
Mrs. W. B. Thompson Jr.
Heights; and Mrs. Ruby Redding with her parents Mr. and Mr. and Mrs James Starl- Postal patrons can get the There' Is no charge for
: of Ralford. Mrs. F. W. Strickland.Mr. Inca airlift service on packages this partial airlift and overseas
ing and family Mrs.
Mrs. A. J. Thomas Sr. visIted ,
and Mrs. Tom Lennon to
mailed to all military person- parcels weighing up
Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
her son-in-law and of Charleston, W Va. were and daughters and net at APO and FPO addresses five pounds will continue to
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe visiting Mrs. F. F. Stump and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Griggs overseas and In Alaska. Ha- receive this service, Hazen 1
G. Wood in Gainesville on
Wednesday.Mr. Miss Lillian Stump several were in Jacksonville Saturday waU, and Puerto Rico. The said!. VALIANT 100
I days last week. to
Alton new airlift also applies
visiting Rev. and Mrs.
Robert Ste-
and Mrs.
AiMN Paul L. Miller of the
parcels mailed back to
fanelll and family were Sat- Homestead AFB spent the Dobbs on Mrs. Dobbs' birthday States by servicemen from Job PlacementAids

urday evening visitors of Mr. holidays with his parents. Mr. offices. Prisoners
Miss these military post ,
Mrs. C. R. Raysor
and Mrs. Henry Stefanelll.!!
and Mrs. Larry L. Miller On
Parcels on which the $1 fee
Virginia Raysor of St. Petersburg Rotarians ToldJ.
Miss Louise Stem attendedthe
the first of January Paul was
Is get air transportationall !
visitors of paid
were Sunday:!
Grant Johannesen piano promoted to A1C and plans to the from here to the 4 DOOR SEDANs '
concert at the Peabody Auditorium in Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly. way : D. Seymour, employment -
college February.Mr.
in Daytona Beach last Mrs. Grace Hitch returned port of embarkation, and from counselor in charge of prerelease ..., I
and Mrs. J. G. Jacksonand """'s
Thursday evening. Followingthe Mr. and, Mrs. Don Ray Saturday from 15 days' visit there to the overseas base.had and Job placement at t "h.j '

concert Miss Stern was a They visited Mr. and Mrs. J_ with her son-in-law and Postal patrons formerly the Florida State Prison was 1J; 1b \
daughter, Mr. and. Mrs. Jim to pay air parcel post rates to at the Rotary '
guest; at a reception honoring G. Stalnaker in Brunswick, guest speaker: s Ifs
Mr. Johannesen at the Halifax Ga. on Sunday. Beeler Jr., and son in Ewa obtain similar service.In Club Wednesday. ; '1'i.:'..
Beach Oahu Island, Hawaii many instances, the new the h
River Yacht Club. The speaker emphasized 'r '. \
Mrs. John W Griffin of airlift rates are considerably III jir
Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch While there Mrs. Ritch had many programs of rehabilitation -
Ochlochnee Ga. was a Tues- dinner one night with Mrs. below comparable air parcel ?
and family: Mr.; and Mrs. Carl of prisoners being carried
r I I100
Minx and son,'Terry, and David day overnight visitor of her Virginia Smith in Walkikl.. post charges. Hazen said citing i on at the prison, In con-
Meldrum, returned Tuesday mother Mrs. F. F. Stump. Hawaii. Mrs. Smith, a former these examples; trast to recent unfounded
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey War- A mother here sending a
of last week after spend- Starke resident, is new em- charges of "cruel treatment"made
ren of Jacksonville were vIs- 15-pound to her son
ployed in Walkikl.
Ing the New Year's weekend by the V. S. Supreme
In Gatllnburg. Tenfi.Mr. iting Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Miss Margie Dowling of In Vietnam pays $4.30 for the

and Mrs. :Nathan Ben- over the weekend.Mr. Palatka was home for the new airlift service.. The air Court. i"
nett of Madison Ga. were and Mrs. Peter Pflesh- weekend.Dr. parcel post rate for the same Seymour said that more

Sunday' overnight guests of Inger have had as recent visitors and Mrs. Whlffen and package: is $12.OB. An pound than 400 inmates are enrolledIn .- _. 4.Joor Sndenr. ''l 1

Mrs. Clyde Sinclair Mr. and Mrs. Ed Miller family spent Dec. 30 to Jan. package going from here to the prison's educational r. : ._

Tom Smith, son of L. F. of Boundbrook, N. J.? Mrs 3 in Alexandria: La. with, Dr. Frankfort Germany costs system; that the prisoners are VALIANT 100 4-DOOR SEDANA
Smith- Sr., who ,was confinedin Ann Guenther of Inverness, and Mrs. P. S. Whlffen. $2.30 under the airlift service, given psychiatric treatment
the Alachua General Hos- Mr. and Mrs. Michael Coyleof Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly while the air parcel rate Is when needed; and also benefit

pital for eight weeks with a Mliddletown, Ohio and Mrs visiting relatives in Ash- 470. from a pre-release orientation
were and placement that's Thrifty enough to pave you G as Money Tough enough to take Wear and Tear
broken leg received In a mo- Nancy Gunter of Eau Oallia. burn. Atlanta and Reidsvllle, Hazen pointed! out however, program job Compact
torcycle accident, is convales- Mr. and Mrs. Oarl Mathews Ga. from Dec. 30 to Jan. 4. that It is not always to the program to help them adjust and Maybe Most Important, Priced for the Buyer who still ,Believes in Living Within a Budget

cing at home.His leg will remain attended the funeral of Mrs R. V. Turner and T. H mailer's advantage to use the and find useful employmentwhen
in a cast for another Mary Zimmerman at Jackson Slada! attended a Methodist airlift service. On some light returning to civilian life
eight weeks. ville Beach Monday afternoon Layman's meeting In Lakelandon packages air parcel post rates Seymour said that In the past CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH
James W .McNeely of Brun- Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonville Saturday may be lower than the airlift nine. years, only 11 men have A STARKE

swick, Oa was a weekend was visiting her sister, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Clark ol charges. Postal patrons should returned to prison after jobs
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mrs. W E. Middleton, Saturday Cocoa were weekend guests ofI check with the post office for were obtained for them

Thomas. ._ I Mr and Mrs. T, L. Casey. through his office. Only 84
Mrs. H. H. Adams was In; of the 1,200 who .went. throughprerelease 5 SAT

II Atlanta, Qa. over the weekend i, orientation returned Special
where she attended the wedding to prison, Seymour said.
KOCH'SJAN I of a nephew Ben TUrn-I I This is far better than, the

ipseed, to Cheral Saunders on national average, he added. I

Friday night. She was accom-
\ panied by Mrs. O. L. Haynes Paul Newman I.-

Jr. and daughter, Anne, who
: visited Mrs. Haynes' parents, Stars In New

.. Mr and Mrs. .. DIovld ott. '
I ., Florida Film PLUS FREIGHT
CHECK: THESE PRICED Coming home with them were

COMPARE AND SAVE Mrs. Merrill truth and "Cool Hand Luke,' the ex-

I daughter, Martha who had plosive story of a Southern

been visiting Mr. and Mrs. chain-gang and a prisoner who I Special Price Good During January
COSMETIC DEPARTMENT I Roddy Struth and family. rebels against his jailors and,
I Mr and Mrs. C. H. Register to limit
that seeks 1968
any system Only!
of Tallahassee were Sunday
his personal freedom Is set to
Revlon Moon Sale overnight guests of Mr. and Jan.I
Drop I I Mrs. H A. Lawson. i screen 14-46' at Sunday-Tuesday.the Florida Thertre. Includes:
$10.00 Moisture Balm Only $6.00 DRUG Attending the Humphreys Paul Newman stars as l.ukein I Register
Mining. Company picnic and the Warner Bros. 'Seven I

$10.00 Under Make-up SPECIALS I reunion in Folkston. Ga. on Arts' production filmed in Pan-

I Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. avislon. and Technicolor. VALIANT VALUE SPECIAL FOR

Moisture Film Now Only $6.00 Jan., 11, 12, 13 I Carl Mathews, Mr. and Mrs. Jo Van Fleet, George Ken .
L. N. Pickering. and Mrs.
I D. Cannon Lou Antonio -
Only nedy
Cleanser Vernon Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Drivas and, FREEJanuary '
$5.50 Moisturizing $3.00 ,
40's Bert McMalnes. and Mr. and Strother Martin co-tar. I COLOR KEYED FLOOR MATS .RE
Mrs. Jack McComb.I .
$5.50 Skin Conditioner and DOANSJ'ILLS79c I I Mia Dean Martin, George Pep-I =
Eva Ashurst has returned -
Freshener $3.50 pard, and beautiful Jean Simmons O
to her home in Cocoa ,
and Sat-
after two weeks visit with Mr. co-star Friday Drawing
urday, Jan. 12 and. 13, In O WHEEL COVERS
and Mrs. L. Hazen.
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Once a Year. Limited Edition y 85's "Rough Night In. Jerico." a'
: CARTERSIMLLS Curtis Greene, Infant son of and tumble western HORN '
Mr. and Mrs. John Greene rough O RIMS
Revlon Intimate Spray Mist $2.50 filmed in Kanub. Utah. Film
r confined in
was Baptist Me-
morial ing took place near a I'alute O BODY SIDE MOULDING 100
Hospital with bronchitis -
Silicare Lotion $1.25' and roads
$2.50 Only 99c from Friday to Tuesday. Inulan Reservation

: !Mrs. W. M. Dukes of Lake were constructed so the piC- O DRIED RAIL MOULDING
$2.95 Intimate Lotion Only$1.75 t $1.15 > City Is visiting her grand ture could be shot in scenery.

LISTERINE Mrs. Curtis Ed- never before seen on the scieen.Martin tt GAL
IlCIaUghter. vllllan for O DUAL HORNS
plays a
Arpege and My Sin $5.00 family this week. film ...
99c I !Mrs. J. H. Fields and Mrs. the first time in his
Spray Limited Time Only ,* Herbert Oreen visited Mr. and career. MSa GAS

1.59 :Mrs Charles Fields In Wes-I I Second half of the ,double Now's Your Chance We're Making .- *
DANA AFTER: XMAS SPECIALS ; MAALOX connet last Tuesday.Mrs. 'feature fare will be Jerry

Spray Cologne $1 .50 r. Bessie Faxon and Lewis' in "The Nutty J'rofes- Deals Others Turn Down 1t Drawing
$1.09 daughter Donna of Gainesville sor.
Ambush Tabu were Saturday visitors of. 12 Noon

', 0 I Mrs. Vergle Flynn. Baldwin Elected

89c!) Sudden Beauty Super Hold 6 ,: n -, I;BradfordClayRealtors i Worshipful MasterOf Financing At Bank Rates % >F:" 3

Hair 55c ,
Spray Only I Install G'ville Lodge

'I New Officers Starke M. A.was(Mac installed) 'Baldwin Monday, of .* No Reasonable Offer Refused 1968

The annual installation of night as Worshipful Master of L\
officers of the Bradiford-Clay Gainesville Lodge No. U, F.
Will Trade Your
'Present Car
County Board of Realtors was & A.?\:.

/ i held at the Holiday Inn Tues Mr. Baldwin, formerly lived + i tan, 'M

' i! HOUSEWARE SPECIALS I ,I day served The'night at following 7 following p.. m.new a officers dinner In to the Starke.Gainesville Chevrolet-Oldsmoblle where""before he now Moving de baa d- 50,000 Mile or 5YearVarraQty\ } t

were Installed:!!:' President FredH.
Size I) .
t II ershlp. He has held offices in
Electric Paulk: Vice President* Eva- the Gainesville lodge for the

E Batteries Eveready h Portable ElectricCan Or Mixer I lena Treasurer Phillip Hart Emily Plckens otr: B., Immediate Secretary-Paulk. past six years. See The Valiant 100 4-toor/ Sec/a// ?

I past district vice president of .
Opener \ I the Florida Association of i At

2 For With Bottle Opener ,..Realtors -served as Installing THESOUTHSIDECHURCH Today
Both with Company 1 year $6,88 I I OF CHRIST '

Replacement Guarantee Only. Invites YOU
10-12 Cup Sunbeam
s1 Published* every Thursdayat
ALL BR AutomaticCOFFEEMAKER $5.95 18* W.: Call St., THE GOSPELOF

; 4 Stare, FU. 32091 I CHRIST I
GUNS Setting for 4 Extra
S S oond clue postage paid
8:30: Sunday Morning
only $9.95 Piece Available at Iltarke.-i'1a.
Less"s --- /Subscription RUs: WPXE Radio Dial 1490 I

15% KOCH DRUG STORE la trade" areas. "".00 per Worship Service U. S. 301 North AUTHORIZED[) DEALER. A CHRYSLER Starke Florida
year; $2.28.1x.months. MOTORS CORPORATION ,
11:00 A.M.
Vopr prescription I U, filled. with rare at Knc''''" l>rug.Flilwl Sunday,
3 Days Only at a low, reasonable price a.. your Doctor Outside tradt area: H.50
orII'I., AT Itixh'oiir, Health It. our main con- tier year; $2.DO tin month Bible Study Sunday
('c'rn.' May "f'I' fill jour nest pretcrlptlon 10 A.M.and 7 P.M. The Plymouth Win-You-Over Beat
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II e' II IIL Mrs: E. D. Tenly Sr. read, honored couple. 1 Mrs. Francis Beard and the
,Elizabeth!: Brownlns's poem.) The evening closed with al\ grandparentss' favorite hymn
i, "How Do I Love Thee," and beautiful tribute to I "My Wonderful:: Jesus." sung 'i{
i gave several toasts to( the! Beard bv her daughter-in-law, by Donna.

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HonoredAt Bridal ShowerMiss j ; Bring The Whole Family .

V Yvonne Conner whose Mr. And Mrs. Beard HonoredOn l>.id. Mom\ and The Kids' You'll Enjoy Our Pleasant

marriage to Alvln A. Slddall Atmosphere, and Warm, Friendly Service Plus 1
Golden Wedding
event AnniversaryIn
I was an of Saturday, was Our Delicious Food! \
honored at a bridal shower ..
last Thursday night in the 4 celebration of their Golden terspersed with gold, leaves. A .
\, educational building' of the d e nI Wedding Anniversary, Mr. tiered wedding cake flankedby I Enjoy Our Buffet Served Daily \

I"t Pine Level Baptist Church. and Mrs. F. B. Beard were golden bells matching floral
t Hostesses were Mrs. Austin honored by their children, Mr. arrangement and tapers, Lunch
4 Fender, Mrs. J. G. Jackson. and Mrs. Francis Beard; of was on a dessert table. Buffet Dinner Buffet
I Mrs. B. M. McRae, Mrs. Fate Gainesville, and Mrs. Myldred Receiving their guests were Jl:00: a.m. to 2:00: p.m. 6:00: p.m. to 9:00: p.m.
tI Brown. Mrs. Robert Myrlck Cuttlno Thursday evening, Mrs. Cuttlno. Mr and Mrs I
I Mrs. A. B. Whitehead, and Jan. 4. with a lovely dinner Beard ST.. and Mr. and Mrs. 1.25 $1.45
Mrs. Alvin Farr. party in the Pecan Room of Beard Jr. As the guests assembled -
I The refreshment table was r the Garden Restaurant.The Miss Melody Cut-

; .' covered with a white linen U-shaped table was tino, granddaughter' of the TWO HOT ENTREES ..
J cloth and centered with a centered with a large arrange honorees, played soft music of
1 1 I J.tt.: ,. j permanent floral arrangement ment of golden mums, snapdragons old favorite tunes, and was TWO VEGETABLES' ,
The gift table was decorated and gold tapers. At musical accompanist throughout
AkridgePackhamMr. with a large pink satin bow : Intervals down the table were the evening. ASSORTED' SALADS

1. tacked to the front of the 4 : arrangements of greenery in- During dinner, Mrs. Cuttlno; !
and' Mrs. Howard E. white linen cloth. entertained with humorous ROLLS BUTTER TEA COFFEE

.i4.! Akridge of Starke announce Several games were played Council poems and stories of her par- I

during the party. hours and Nursing ents' life Miss Donna Beard, _.
approaching Y I prizes were awarded. Elects Officers granddaughter, and Franz C'urtlM. KdwanN: .,
daughter, Alma Jane, to Merle Among the 50 guests! was Beard', grandson sang "When e :; 'A@ etttnurant.
t L. Packham Jr., son of Rev. Mrs. Wilton Conner motherof eCarolyn' 'A
Members of the Public You And I Were Young Mag-
J and Mrs. Merle L. Packham the honoree. Health Nursing Council held[ gie." Later, Miss: Beard sang V'" '-' Manager/
of Keystone Heights. Faulkner Weds Mr. BostwickIn "
The hostesses presented the their monthly luncheon meet- "Whither Thou Goest.

I Miss of Akridge Bradford Is High a 67 School graduate honoree with an electric can First Christian Church Rites ing at the ,Garden Restaurant'',,--
memento of the
opener as a on Monday with Mrs. Ruby
and is employed as a dental I
assistant for Dr. Harry Oruen, occasion. Miss Carolyn Faulkner I of ptnk carnations.A I Johns presiding. Rev. V. J. Starke Plaza Open All Day Every Day Frl. Sat. Until 7 (P.M.
D. D. S.. in Starke.. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.I reception was held in the I Ragadale gave the devotional.The .
Mr. Packham is a 1964 Wesleyan Guild James H. Faulkner, and John I Christian Church FellowshipHall following officers were
I graduate. of Bradford High Entertains For Bostick, son of Mr. and Mrs where flower arrangements elected for the ensuing year: III
School and also attended St. Rhesa B. Bostick of Gaines, and fern trees were ,president Mrs. B. Capps; BIG SAVINGS IN OUR ANNUAL. .?

i Johns River Junior College, WSCS MembersThe ville were united In marriage placed at points of Interest. vice-president Mrs. Ruby
t and Santa Fe Junior College. on Saturday Dec. 9, at 7 o' II Guests were greeted! at the Johns; secretary Mrs. J. R.,
He Is now employed at Clay Methodist Wesleyan clock In the First Christian door by Mrs. J, M. Edwards Kite; corresponding secretary,
Electric Cooperative in Key- Service Guild entertained Church with the minister, Jr. and presented to the re. Mrs. Cula Coran; treasurer,
tone Heights. members of the Women's Society Charles E. Reese performingthe celvlng line. Mrs. P. J. Novak. The nomin I.
of Christian Service at a ceremony. The bride's table was covered ating committee will be: Mrs. '

ParishionersHonor covered dish supper Tuesday Decorating the altar were with a lace cloth and helda Eva Anderson Mrs. E. D. 1 1PREINVENTURY
night in Fellowship Hall in arrangements of pink gladioli bridal cake and a pink candle Tenly. Mrs. M. F. Haaen, and
Sister commemoration of Guild and white mums in standing In a silver holder. 'Mrs. A. W. Schulz.
Month.A baskets against a background Mrs. Harold Waters kept The' annual meeting will be
Irene Frances winter theme 'was carried of palms and burning tapers the bride's book. Miss Linda ,held Jan. 30 at 8 o'clock. {

out in the decorations with In branched candelabra. CoLson and Mrs. Thomas F
Miss Joan Crowley, knownIn large cotton snow men placedon A program of nuptial music Colson served the bride's cake, HousewarmingFor
religious circles as Sister the speaker's table 'and on was presented by Mrs. John I and presiding at the punchbowl
Irene Frances Order of Sistersof the piano. At each place setting Arthur Reddish, pianist and were Mrs Jeanette A1. Hundleys
St. Joseph, was honored at were cup cake snow' men. I Mrs. Vernon Reddish soloist klre and Mrs. Charles E. JHUR-FRI-SAT ONLY!
a morning coffee and brunchby Several games were played Philip Bostick. brother of Reese. Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Hundley ,.
the parlshoners of St.I I were honored at a housewarming \ !- I>i _- '
and best trip to
songs were sung accozn- the groom, served as man After a wedding -
Edward's Church on Sunday| panled by Mrs. C. E. Hern- and ushers were Tim Warren, Pensacola the couple will reside In their new homeat t IT'S CLEAN-UP -- ::,,; '
morning Dec. 31, In St. Ed wall and Mrs. L. J. Green at Michael Powers of Gainesville at 414 W. Washington the State Farm on Sunday \\*, ;") ',!.1 .
ward's Hall. the piano. and Kenneth Perkins of Belle Street Starke. afternoon, given by Mrs. James TIME FOR i WOKS\ \\\ :<" ,: .. /t

Miss Crowley, who is continuing Seated at the speaker'stable Glade. Caddel, Mrs. C. Caldwell, !
her studies at St. were Mrs. R. S. Mullins The matron of honor :Mrs. Junior Club Mrs Ogden Bates, and Mrs. ODDS 'N ENDS! l p1ES '{

I Joseph Junior College at Jensen who served as emcee; Mrs. Kenneth Perkins, cousin of: Peter Pfleshlnger. *, t.S j
Beach. spent the holidays I Foster Shi Smith president of the bride wore a gown of To Sponsor Father Edward Kirby of St K* .. HI* :' RO ; I

here with her parents Mr. I the WSCS, and Mrs. J. R. berry crepe, featuring an em- Edwards Catholic Church bestowed 1.1
and Mrs. Francis T. Crowley, Hlxon president of the Guild. pile bodice! with bell sleeves Operation TeenagerThe ( a special prayer with ( Bargains GaloreIt.. '.".,. ''' :: :. '
of Kingsley Lake. and a streamlined floor length blessing on the new home. teg: ,::r... .... II ,
Sister Irene Francis was Junior Woman's Club The refreshment table In for inn 1 y
ikiit. She carried single Hurry j'
Little Women a pry;:. et$ \
Father will again sponsor "operation \ ,
welcomed home by pink rose. the dining room was covered $5
Fitzgtbbons. who said, "You Hear Miss McCainMiss teenager" it was announcedat with and, centered '
The bridesmaid! Misses aflo,9e cloth Best Selection .
are an inspiration to all of Patti Sapp of Jacksonville a meeting Thursday nigh, with 'an arrangement of red t ,. ;x699; ,
us, and I hope in the future Martha Sue McCain, and Judith! Alkire and the Jan. 4, at the club house, In and white camellias In a cut o 5'1
I you will be able to visit home Extension Home Economics junior bridesmaid Miss Kathy cooperation with Junior and glass ,bowl. Flanking the arrangement ,.g.
often." Joan Senior High Schools. our.... .........9 .
more was very Agent, presented a programon Faulkner, sister of the bride were pink tapersin .."
i active In church projects as al I "Don't Be Critical' at the wore gowns Identical to that Mrs Eugene Tanner presided crystal holders. At one end $1. s 9
Junior Catholic. During the Little Women's Club meeting of the honor attendant exceptIn over the meeting and Mrs of the table was a crystal aO0.9 DRESS
time that she was nuturlng Monday night glow pink They also car J. T. Prevatt gave the devo punch bowl and at the other ,
I her vocation, she prompted tlonal. Mrs. Leroy Norman Jr end the coffee service. ;1
was was
Miss McCain showery' a film, ried a single pink rose. Girls Sports Wear\
conservation chairman, gavea
by Father Thomas Kelly, strip on how to read labels on) Miss Christie Faulkner, sister committee'svisit The hostesses presented the :. _
I who was then pastor of St. canned goods and gave some of the bride atended as report on her honored couple with a kitchen
Edwards Church- to a local chicken farm stool as a memento of the oc Entire Stock ,t
pointers on how to be well flower girl. She was attired in Sizes 36x 7 14
interest in
I h Joan Is __was" accompanied h .,,ont dressed. At the conclusion of a berry crepe floor length I There this Industry is a great since it is one of casion. Entire Stock Ueg. $L99 Ladies! our reg. ,

I uiuuaiuii Crowley: ujr her sister er AIIVWIVIMrs. Ann phlets the talk on she labels passed and out dresses.pam, gown.Butch Faulkner, brother of Bradford. County's biggest Industries UDC Assists KNIT TOPS $1.44 '<' Roll-up Sleeve $6.99. $3 k

Crowley( who is a student at:' During the business meet- the bride, served as ring home |and Long Sleeve
Charles Sawyer
St Joseph's Academy In st. Mrs Cemetery FundThe
Ing, presided by Marilyn Bol- bearer. '
life chairman, displayed! pamphlets Entire Stock 'Prints and Solids I
Augustine, and a friend Miss linger plans and projects for The bride given in marriage Reg. $1.99 'f I !
who Is also on Consumer Trends W T. Weeks Chapter, reg.
Donna Matthews her father, selected for her
discussed. I
the Spring were by
attending St. Joseph's.SERVICE It was announced that the UDC met at the home of Mrs.E. SLIM JIMS $1.44 BLOUSE$8.99r
formal .
I Refreshments were servedby wedding a long gown club will again participate In K. Perryman on Wednesday : .
the hostesses. Janet Nichols of Chantllly lace which formed
the Mother's March of DImes. of last week with Mrs. W.
and Gloria Gibson. a cage over bridal taffeta with Entire Stock Reg. $2.99
SCHEDULE anda A social was planned H. Nollman and Mrs. S. I* SALE
and featured bell sleeves
-ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH. full details to be given later. Peek Sr as co-hostesses.
train. '
Girl Scouts Plan long detachable international $2.44 t'
Whtffen. our
Starke Mrs. Wayne Mrs. Lester Crews presidedover reg. <
crown of lace, enhanced with chairman, Reg. $1.99 Val.
Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m. Cookie SaleA pearls and crystals secured affairs the business meeting,
Thursday Mass, 6:30: p. m.Mlra.culous her multi-tiered veil of Imported was In'charge of the program when It was voted to donate Entire Stock Reg. $3.99 J 3 For $10.99 and
which, a recording (from up
was to the
$10 Crosby Lake Ceme-
Medal Novena: with the
meeting Neigh- Illusion. She carried a
Saturday. 7 p. m. borhood Girl Scout Cookie cascade of white stephanotls. men on the battlefield in tery cleanup fund. SVEATERS $2.88 "
Confessions: 5 p. m. and 7 Chairmen from Bradford, carnations, and ivy, centered Vietnam. Mrs. L. O. Powell presenteda $5.00 Discontinued styles of early Fall and
short sketch the lives of Winter dresses. Broken sizes, so
p. m. Union and Baker countieswas on
with a white orchid. Entire Stock leg. $5.99
oJ if like the In size
,. -ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH, WomenSee Lee, Jackson and Mauray 1'.1 you style your
held Monday, Jan. 8 with Mrs. Faulkner chose for her _' you'll have picked up a real bargain!
Keystone Heights. the general chairman Mrs. daughter's wedding a pink DemonstrationOf during the program DRESSES $5.00 -_ '
i Sunday Mass: 9 a. m. Harold Godwin, presiding. crepe sheath complemented Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde assisted ,
Wednesday: Mass and Novena in serving during the soc Entire Stock
with of pale pink Self DefenseThe
an corsage
It was reported that the Entire
7pm. Girl Scouts In carnations.Mrs. lal hour Ulen.s L.S. }
the three coun- $ "J Ladies' Wool Skirts
Junior Woman's Club
ties will
be taking orders Bostick mother of the DRESSES -
Mrs. Sadie
Maccleany.! starting Jan. 20. and cookies groin wore a dress of teal sponsored a short course on SPORTSHIRTS

Sunday Mass: 11:30: a. m. will be delivered on Feb. 14. I faille with a matching coat the club Art house of Self Tuesday Defense at night the Weds John E. Lott Entire Stock Reg. $3.991 our reg. $3.99

with which she wore a corsage $3
conducted by Capt. Courtney 100% cotton completely washable.
Roberta of the Gainesville Mrs. Sadie Elder and John DRESSES $3 Belted and self waist styles. Copper,
B. Lott were united in mar- I gold, blue, green, black. Sizes 8.18.
Police Force.
riage last Friday afternoon at Perma-Press-
Capt. Roberts was accompanied 6 oclock at the home of Rev. Entire i Stock $2,99 No Iron SizesSMLXL
by officers Bradley James R. Butler. I $ Ladies' Pants
and Olson of Gainesville who SLIM DIMS .88 W Capri
I ,
1 assisted In the demonstrationof Attending were Mrs. Elder'ssonInlane y
I I self defense for women and daughter Mr. Y I Reg. $3.99 '
roMchco,8e'JFrom values I
when accosted in cars and and Mrs. W. L. Durban, and $3
Men Permanent
showed! the basic holds a daughter Robin Elder. s Press $3.00 InLine Or Straight Line $1

woman could use In defending After a weekend trip to 100% Cotton. In Winter
herself. Daytona Beach, Mr. and Mrs. CORDUROY 1 Reg: $2.99 (Color Sizes 818SHOE

MEN AND BOYS e The speaker was Introducedby Lott are at home at the Elder 1 A
I Bobby Biggs. Chief of the residence in Kingsley Village. $2.00 SALE

CORDUROYPANTS Starke Police who. with several SLACKS

local police attended the High School PTAThe ,, Jl Pr
demonstration and talk. The r 1 Group '
course was under Mrs. Marc high school PTA which our reg. $4 : ---d:;; ;; ,; t
Jackson, chairman of the normally meets on the third $5,99 Styles ThisWide 5 0

Junior Woman's Club Public Tuesday, will not meet this wale corduroy In smart fast t 4 Week C
I Affairs Department. month until Ian 23 due to back itylma Never needs .Ironing. GUESSES &. Only
I Capt. Roberts Is now conducting exams and change of terms. Olive or torniza, alzas 29 36.BOYS' .
a class In self defensefor r

women In Gainesville, and Ruis-Criffis PERMA PRESS SpOR1SWEaR\ ,"' CLEARANCE

I In about six weeks will start a CORDUROYSLACXS I ,. dreudyt ssn d
class which local residents t //lssart.d : d.'P"'
new "
S SUp The wedding of Mir Linda Wide wits cordurayin \ r 18 months and<
Reg. attend by registerIng f..e 9ne. ;j',
.98 may slim cut Ivy atyl*
Joyce Ruis to Ellis Lacy Orlf- our re 9 ; /'
for the short course with Nsyar needs 1 I 24year." '
the local police department.FowlerRhoden fis will be an event of Jan. 12 ronlni. Oliva or $3.99 $ .f 7
at 8 p. m. at the Airpark Baptist Drama, aiue 3 13. -' R ello \44
I r 'f our
Church. .
All friends and relatives are Boys Long SlereSPORTSHRTS tl

To Invited to attend. [ I otrr.11 $'OD 1 LADIES' SLOES
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Fowler SUmt 8-18 J $2,99' ; I-

of Hampton announce the engagement BAKE SALE Entire Stock Knit r QO' our reg.
$6.98 and approaching Members of the Pine Val. ReII'( Cotton Prrma"rewt I. ourrel/\/. $3 t $4.99 S 3 66

marriage of their daughter, Icy Congregational Holiness No Iron I It.! ,. $1.99. Choos.from drove,flats,
Lila Jane to Robert Earl Church will hold a bake sale K.-IC. ':2.BH Value' ,' and sport >ha.. llttte .

Rhoden, also of Hampton.The on Saturday, Jan. 13, in frontof 3 for $5.00 ....J.-: ..... .'Zo("., heels havli.'' mid Smooth. heels, grained and' hi. our$5.99 reg .$....66
NOW wedding will take place the Bottom Dollar, starting n,; < and patent l.ilh.r' All
Friday. 12 at 7:30 _- intMt, ityina and colon
January : p at 10 a. m. Proceeds will goInto ,
St.c.411> our
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For Sixth WinTornadoes 1 Auto Strikes

4 Concrete Bench

7057Perhaps r Left In RoadA
Trounce Bulldogs t

concrete bench left on
the highway alter being drag-
f'i. ged a mile and a half from

It's the friendly atmosphere Harold Chandler sparkedthe so badly that he failed to Starke caused $250 damage to
of home, or a few BOO comeback with a. produce a single point in the a Melrose man's automobileIn
days of rest -whatever- the brilliant 25-point effort high first half. Only a 19 point In Lake CityTigers Zoning Group: i the early hours of Saturday

Tornadoes are back at win- for the game. Chandler's hot-streak by the Bulldog's .'." morning Jan. 6, according: to
_,aln! basketball games again. show also arrested a personal Sid Allen In the opening half Steps Up, Pace the Florida Highway Patrol.
Coach Warney Adklnson'js slump which had seen his kept the 'DogS In the !game. f The 1904 Chevrolet, drivenby
Tame BHSIn
.. cagers began to take on the average for the past four As expected, Cheney arrivedIn Of MeetingsThe Ernest Donley 25' crashed
semblance of a team again games drop to only 8.7 the second half, picking up head-on Into the bench at
Friday night as they soundy points.An 18, while fortunately for BHS, -t about 4 a. m. Saturday. Neither
: defeated the Live Oak Bull- Improved defense was Allen cooled-and could manage I 97-55 Win Bradford County< Zoning Donley nor hU one passenger
: dogs,70-57, at.the :BHS gym. the<<; key. .to victory against the only two.Chandler Easy committee 'will meetin 4 was injured.
.. the courthouse tonightThursday to the front and
Bulldogs, however, as the old ar,1 Damage
The victory the season'ssixth
was aggressiveness returned to the with a good night [ ] at 7:30: In the 7 underside of Donley's car was
for and
the Tornadoes
.. Tornado lineup. going both Ways! was also the Undefeated Lake City using double figures. Jimmy, Cole had first of a regular schedule of ,- estimated at $250. The wreck
stemmed a three game losing( I defensive standout In the contest fast 'break' to I 19 until
rebounds and a points while Forrester Long twice-a-month meetings occurred about .6 miles west
.:. streak, one which was sapped. BHS defenders herrassed as he stole the ball repeatedly get easy lay-ups, rode over and Jonathan Borgess each the Job Is completed.. Chairman of Starke on SRl00.Hospital .
de- Oak's big
by the humilatlng 62-52 Andy Cheney, Live 4
.. from none other the Tornado cagers Tuesday! had 12 and Leroy Purdy, who George Roberta said yes-
feat by oft-beaten Bolles last gunand one of the area'stop
than Andy Cheney on several night 97-33: their fourth loss of eat outmost of the second terday. i
: week. scorers [228 average] ? Rate
.. occasions. Adrian Brown and the settson. quarter with a Cwisted ank2!: Roberts said the need for: '
Paul McLeod also turned in Dominating: the backboardsand finished with 11. early enactment at countyWIde --. '
... fine defensive play. In the rebound using a fast break the Burgess 'paced the Tigers to zoning Is recognized and that a IncreasesAnnounced
department, BHS out- Tigers blew the ball game wide control of the backboards, 'pick the committee- wlU meet on
... did the Bulldogs 40.25 with open with a fantastic third ing off 14 as Lake City whipped the second and fourth Thursdays -
Chandler grabbing 10, and quarter output of 35 points. Starke 40-32/ in that de- of each month. t4

-I I Ir Bruce Jackson and Paul Mc- Lake City hit? a .torrid 58 percent partment.The The chairman said) the I i In rates at the
Leod each getting nine. An Increase
of their field goals, tout Tigers are now 6-0) for group b ready to start actual Hospital
.. Bradford was never headed Tornado: Coach Warney Ad- the season and 3-0 for the con. zoning in the Lawtey, ,Brooker I Bradford
announced following a
In the contest-leading 13-10 klnson said his boys gave the ference.! The Tornadoes fell fo and Hampton districts,, .was of the Board of Trus-
in the first period and 3628at Tigers 50-60 lay-up points on a 6-' season mark and wentto and after these areas are I meeting
half-time. A Bulldog tally, the fast break. The Tornadoes their second Florida Star completed, the Starke district tees Tuesday night.increases will
The following
J lust> minutes before the half shot 72 times but hit only 22 defeat. will be tackled. He said that 15
January :
had reduced the Tornado lead baskets for a 30 per cent aver It was a night of recordsfor zoning In the rural areas will I become effective from $25 to
Private rooms,
.. to two [30-231 but quick: Coach Adklnuon. was the attempt to work both way- I
buckets by Chandler and Rich age.Coming the half to agricultural inter- $26.50.
.. : out after first time- in his coadhing protect Semi-private, from $20 to
Williams and a pair. of the Tigers hit four straightfield career that a team had beaten ests from the encroachment

ity tosses by cha.r-j' goals. Coach Adklnson( him 35: points, the first of subdivisions, etc., as well as New Sidewalks Coming $21.50.Pediatric from $18 to $19.
.. creased the margin to eight.In called time out in an attempt time a team had scored 97 protecting already existing Nursery, from $7.50 to $8.
.. the third period.BBS to stem the tide but !he' Tigers points on a team he coached, private homes from the ex- I I Nursery boarders, from $8.50
.. outscored the 'Dogs 21-ilT. to put In three more buckets 'be- and the first time an opponent pansion of the poultry Indus- City workers were "u Wednesday extracting! rootsfrom to $9.
take a 57-45 lead. Scoring fore the Tornadoes could had scored 35 points )in one try and other agricultural In- beneath the sidewalk on Walnut Street In preparationfor Emergency room, from $3.50to
evened 'cut In the final period. more. The outbreak put the quarter on a team he coached. terests. new walk to be poured next wreU. Extensive repairs $5.

: .. BHS hitting for 13 and Live Tigers 20 'points ]la front. Starke 10 19 13 13-55 Roberts said the committee will be made on Blilpwalks all through the city, Utilities The hospital board will
ne. Oak 12. 'Lake City opened with a 23 Lake City 23 12 35 22 -- 7 will hold meetings In each of Supt. Oscar. Juvln. says elect new officers at its next
: In addition to Chandler's pointf ,first period for( a 13 The Tornado JV team was the rural districts, to keep In meeting, Feb. 13.
I three lead while allowing the 3635. touch with the wishes and
high-point performance point edged
:: There's: Time S Saving Convenience Tornadoes hit double figures. Tornadoes only four rebounds. STATISTICS needs of the people of those ally adopted. pared, and has made otherprogiess '
will also
areas. Public hearings the still faces manyhours
Chandler group
Paul McLeod had 15, and reserve BHS-McLeocI 7.9-23, ,
It was different story in Roberts said the committee i but added that zonIng -|
held the
be aonlng
\ guard Rich Williams, 2-0-4, Jackson 7-1-15: Brown on of hard work before the
the second however,
period before they are fin- has had a land-use map pre-I is a complex matter and I
: With Checkng Account starting for injured Larry with the Tornadoes outscoring 20.4, Williams 2-0-4() Mcknight code is completed.
: a I Mercarcolected,, 12 in a fine the Tigers by nine point and 11.8, Griffis 1-0-2; Totals 21- I

.w effort. Guard Adrian Brown grabbing 17 rebounds as big 11-55.

: w The time and energy you save by being: able also had a good night as he Bruce Jackson dominated the Lake Clty-iUmg. 6-0-12, Bur-
to just sign! your name for every bill Is well worth netted 10. boards. But the big fellow gave gem 6-0-12( Purser 1-0-2, Pur-

: our small fee for each check. Open an Account with mild 13 23 21 13-70 out in the second half' and .Cole dy 5-1-11 9-149, Houston Etheridge 14-2-30.3-0-6;
Lake City's tall five ((6-4, 6-4,
Live Oak 10 18 17 12 57
; us today. 44492.
6-3. 6-2. and 6-1, took over Totals
.. We have many banking: services, all suited to BHS again.
Chandler 8 9 25 -
-:.. fit a particular banking need. There's one for : McLeod 6 3 15 With less than a minute to TilE RIGHT POINT for the

: You consult us today! I Williams 5 2 12 go in the first half the Tor- the way you write Come In

: Brown 4 2 10 nadoes had cut the lead to and select ;your favorite ES- I c' p. __
.. FULL SERVICE BANKING Jackson 204 one point and had possession TERBROOK fountain pen.
Scogglns( 102 of the ball.! But? they lost pos I
-. HOME OWNED HOME OPERATED Dell 102 session and Lake City hit two 0i
more buckets 'before the bell. I IldWti
Totals 27 16 70
The Community State Bank Live Oak The Tigers went from a 35- Tkt i.4 lid You Saw TheseAdvertised
Allen 9 3 21 29 halftime score to a 70-42
I Cheney 8 2 18 lead In eight minutes of the U your
: OF STARKE Plttman 328 the third period. in

: MEMBER F. D. I. C. I I Heath 0 168Sperring 2 2 Scooter( Houston paced the ',StD12,F11fwO"
.. Tiger onslaught with 30 points ..
.- Totals 21 15 67I but all five starters 'were in.I ; : __ I i-: LIFEAt

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First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Starke i Ii DIRECTORS

218 North Temple Avenue Starke, Florida I DOYLE CONNER $80.00 I
Florida Comm.) of Agriculture +,

i .:. : AFTER THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 31, 1967 Owner Denmark Furniture Co. IfotuI Our shipment arrived a little late for Christmas buying

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ASSETS LIABILITIES AND NET WORTH Preneur we're overstocked and
/ Frankly, must let these fine portables r

: Mortgage Loans $2,608,344.64 Savings Account $3,760,254.10 EUGENE L. MATTHEWS

: ;. All Other Loans 16,759.18 Advance from Federal Bradford Owner County-Publlslnor Telegraph, AU. kut\ peA4011. go at a Big Discount I Ir

.. Cash on Hand and In Bank 395,709.40: Home Loan Bank 200000.00 (For a good deal on auto|

Fixed Aiaeta Loans In Prom 58,087.48Other BASJCOM F. MIZELL,, JR. Mire and life insurance..J.) v
: Less Depreciation 9,942.65 Liabilities .21,552.48:: Managing Officer-First Federal Regular List PricePreInventory 86.50

Deferred (Charges and General Reoerve S3.489.2S C. A. ROBERTS MERRITT .PULL-FEATURED \ ".

: Other Assets 37,077.73 Surplus _ 15,010.30 Businessman Farmer WILLIAMS .... Discount 11.50
: tD7z
A. J. THOMAS, JR. 117 N. *
Total Liabilities >
: Total Asset > 3,088,893.57 and Net Worth $3,088,893.57 Attorney' WalnutPh. ..... fORTABLE TYPEWRITE
.. JOHN TORODE 964-5391

Hems Qfllcei/ ; Bloomington, Illinois The Ten-Forty
: :- Let Your Savings Grow with Us!

S Plus Tax

President and Manager !

ANY OTHER INSTITUTION IN THE U.S.A. Vice President and Treasurer _

... RUBY JOHNS DIRECTORYAUTO Also at Discount .... ..

.. Reg. Price 58.00
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5.25cro (other than manager) 6.50
: 4.5cro Standard 011 Service Station

Per Annum s n G v.r. ti. On Certificate LaTRELLR M. HAMILTON.ATTORNEYS Budget Term*-Road Service
: On Passbook Account 9 U.oo Q Phone 964-7071
90000 Minimum el
COPV 407 N. Temple Stark

.: -Dividends Quarterly "" Six Month Maturities HURST'SSHELL Use that Christmas Gift Money for a Down Payment and SAVE-SAVE-

: ACCOUNTS INSURED UP TO $15,000 BY THE FEDERAL SAVINGS SAVE on the Portable You've Always wanted!

: are a Member of the Federal Home Loan Bank System LEE WILLIAMS Gaa Oils Lubrication
.. Goodyear Tire & Batberle BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
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I !. Tae ConsitT-andarr'a. .. Conr lajA TOTAL iiAntr.iTiBa' : port of condition! I I..* true) ayidjcorrnct <
Hospital Suit 5 t Extension Mrs. D. C. Jones .H" Per Bradford ConsHr. Klr- ANn PAPITAX. I to the best of 11131\\
..a.. 1 ACCOUNTS 8,148,148.13, knowledge and belief. Jt *
[ tor Mrs In r.": nutate of NFIATEit' MPKTCHVW Meme-rand) .Corrsct-Attent. MargareC r. 1, ,
Funeral services Aval-Ufa of.total' Miller.
Trial Delayed College(( Courses ;''ai DeWitt C. Jones, who died : decrnned.N'M'M Of PHOHATKTo deposit tor the 15 I 1 H. Adam f II

no r ', suddenly at her home In Gainesville All I'ernonn Interimtecl. ]nTh calendar dnv" ..ndIn I Charley K: John. U .M t 1 j.j.Jr.
Offered Here i Kslnte of HAiti fxti-mlenti> : with tall date. aB12,11S.S8Average B. U. Kppa .
morn- .
Trial of a suit for damage early Thursday You are heroby notified that of total Dlrector4"!;
against Bradford County Hospital *. 1 r '. 'l +. I ling, will be held In Starke a written Instrument purporting loan tor the 15ciiiimdHi Nlata..I of Florida. -, i'! '.
Five extension clabeee from Y to, bo the laxt. will and testament County: of Dra forcl. *: *
was postponed Tuesdayby .i with Interment In> Crosby ; 1 dit" i nrlln Hworn to and aubnrrlbed.. new '
Santa Fe River Junior( Oil Lake The time of <>f wed rtecerlent. has '. with call date 1,830.1788! of Janu
Circuit Judge John A. H. 1'' Cemetery. boen admitted. to probate. In for m* this 9th day ,.1
lege are being offered this t liunitn as shown above arositu 1D68 and r hereby certify
the service and other details::
Miirphree because three of the .I 1 thin mart You" are hereby com* deductions of arYl
le'undan 'a wtlViessca were 111. quarters In the vocational I.. had not been completed In munilpd. Mrlttiln six. calendar! luatlnn" rue,'.". rector X of am thla not bank.an officer or ,dl:*I Jj! .
months the
the flats of
school. av xvr time for thla issue. of JXM26R8 (BIOAt. Norma. J Martin,' J
The suit was brought toy publication of this nnttre to appear .
First classes were held this In this court and show I, Vlco Marnnret President I. Miller and, Cashlvr Assistant Notary Public, !State of Florida .' '
Doris S. Harrison, as adminrlstratrlx week but those cans. It any can, why the at Inrie.;
lntereaecl mav> First Christian Church you of the above-named bank, do My commission expire J.n-r
for the estate of Cas- still register, the school nctlon of this court In admitting solemnly affirm. that tlila .re, .
alas and Nezzle Strickland announced Sunday: Sunday School Haiti, will to private. should nary 31, 1070
charging negligence on the I Classes being taught are ,. w + I 9:45: a. m.; Morning Worship, not /stand" T. A unrpvokcd.. TAWN 1
10:43: a. m.; Evening COITNTY JUnOB
of the
part hospital during the ,
'Mathematics (MS-102)) .
6:30 First puhll'n linn on Uth dny
: p. m.; ; WOII"8hIP'1 I
time Mrs. Strickland was a on Monday nights. Science o. Ing Bible Study. : : of January. A. D. 1968.

patient several years ago. It I ( > ( iI1t 2-1 I .
y' Minister. Charles Reese.
came to trial recently but Im. ic > A Sign Of Progress I T erwillegar .
In The c'.n"t Jnilcr'n Timrt lanil
directed I
questions to I
proper ) FIRST: METIiODIST "\ Knr llrnilronl l'aa.ty.

the Jury resulted.. In a mistrial.I I ; Pi-ogres con Romctlme mean a tenrlng-dov 8M will HM a bnllding. -np". CHURCH. STARKB ldu.In ro: HHtnte of ..I"I..r'l.
Judge Murphree set February ( .,, : Oil Station at Sunday Church School .
WWI the cove till* ueck when' tho old out-modtvl! Standard PMTCHISIt J .1..0..1
8 as the date for a new Intersection of S. Walnut St. and State Road 100' fell to the onslaught of the 9:45: a. m.; Morning Worship, NOTICi TO Clnf: >lTOlt. I,

trial and directed that: the: : :!{ 'king crew. 11 a. m.; Snack Supper for All credltora M.! Potchcr of the estate d'.c..a..I1.. ofNeater I C flTORSo

Jury drawn Tuesday be usot:I In!lon ,, K. G. Ouiuun. local Standard Oil agent. Raid. that a" far an he knew tho MYF, a p. m.: MYF" meetings,, are. hereby. notlflod and required )
had no plan for the property _since It was too small for a modern 8:30: p. m.; evening Worship),. .. to file any c-lnlms or ilenmiidaKKalnst ..
a different trial coming up la,, \ ...tat Ion. "It should provide a few morn good parking places for shoppers '7:30 1: p. m.Monday. of. the County said eiitatn.ImlRn. In the of Brad-office

a 'few weeks.. downtown section. ," ho imld. MYP' Sub-Dis, fold, booty, Floilda In the
J I : .There are .Homeho think that wAnt Starke needit, an much a. anything, trlct meets In Lake Butler,, courthousn at StarUn. Vlorlila,
I ( ttfw more wreckingreu turned IOOHB on a number of other vacant and 7:30: p. m. within alx calendar months .4De -
-- I I I from the date of the first publication
t I clftd buildings WednesdayBible Study of tMs notlie. Uaih! .
Ca I latin or demand must be In
and Prayer Meeting. 7:30: p. .
I writing and must oats the .
% House Odor Issue Cattlemen Hear m.Thursday place of residence. and post office M
Chancel Choir I address of the rlalmant .anA

I ; ;'in. Court Of Appeal R p.. Gene Shaw Rehearsal Friday -7:30 Junior p. m.Choir Rehearsal ant muni o.r It his he will aworn anent become to or bv his void tho attorney accord'rlalm,

3 p. m. log to I..w.J..nu..ry. USED CARSAt
4, 1068 ,
}, d, District Court of| and cover the windows' If necessary Forty men ot the Bradford- Basel caulk

l, .t 1 1' I In Tallahassee is' to keep the litter dry. Union Cattleman's Association Earth" theme for the new HAZEL I'AULK, I Kxeiutrlx, of

., y an Interlocutory ap To Anderson's contention heard Rep. Gene Shaw discuss/ year, and is one of a series the.
Belote, president that Slye had refused to notify recent legislation. and probable MP. Novak started during the First publication on thn 11th Rock Bottom Prices
Appliances,1' Farms of Keystone Belote of any recent, occasionsof matters to come before the Christmas season clay of January A. 1 U 11168.IIIl .

asking relief from al excessive odor, Norl'on Baldthere special session to convene Jan. U 2-1
29 Tuesday night at the TownHouse (
; order from the -
was no
1 Circuit Court oi-, HIDPORT Or CONDITIOV!' OP
him In contempt court(, directing his client to Restaurant In Lake FICTITIOUS: NAMH STATUTHAKPIUAtt COMMVNITV 'ITATH RANK 1965 MUSTANG V-8, $
I Butler. or "'''''RRm IN: TIIK a'rA1'KIM $1495
t'o abate an alleged pollee' the chicken farm. HARRY UKUKN.. D. D. S. VI.OnilA AT TUP"! rl.OHIH 4-Speeecl Radio and Heater -
ON t of offensive odors The appeal court did not Rep. Shaw told the cattle- STATE! OP FLORIDA OK IH'NIMKNH: o> IJKCKHI.BKll 2 Plus 2
men that. additional sales taxlesldat.lGn COUNr OF UVAL lie< 1IIIIT
poultry houses on SR[ Indicate when. It would rule In Is On thla day personally appeared A....ta
the matter. The contempt order before. me, an officer Cash. balances with ofivr! 1966 Galaxie 500 Fordor
But he said that, at present, duly authorised. to aulmlnlatarOHthB hank and cash Item .
attorney, Berwick I was issued by Judge Roger Indications are that agricultural HAKKY ORUEN, I>. D. 8wno In nrnoeaa of collection '
DURING of Green Cove Waybrlghtf: after Slye and a items such as seed feed .. ..belli/* first duly awurn. de- '. $11,611,71I1mvd I Automatic, air conditioned, power
nelgh'bor' returned to circuit 1' and aaya: Htiitea Qovernmentobligations $$2195
contended that his and feitlllzer be exemptin ,
may The name or all the peraoim Steering, Tape System
'done everything that court to complain that Belote that these materials do not In in* buHiiittna. conducted under 8,049,77013

DISCOUNT S be expected was not complying with its in- represent final product. Each: fend lug the f"relfolntloUUoulI extent/ of the Interest name. Obligations and Political, Of States Subdivisions ..

compliance with an Junction material is a part in producing ot each of them In said business A483D81Other 1964 Chevrolet Fordor HardtopImpala
by Judge Charles the finished product for Is an follows: 'n-"a and .

: claims the key to Recent BirthsMr. purchase by the general public HARliy OHUEN D. U. 8, PA. dlsi-mints 1,611,71917
Why Pay lUll nor cant. Bank premises; furniture V-S, air conditioned Auto
was Judge Luck- he said. bye/ i r. Harry Oman. Pre. and futures> ., $$1495
to spell out? what and.: Mrs. Harold L. Gay "ITie' speaker complimented iUunuHworn and other. nsselnrepre matic, Radio and Heater
We have one of the done to alleviate the of Starke announce the birthof the joint association which !: tnl to and. suoncrlbed before flog bank
nio uth day of !>ec* premises 7H.11nfl5
nicians in this s a daughter Melissa Jane, was organized just last month. mu..r. hd1.I Other AHM"IH. 1,60451)
I Norton, Green Cove on Dec. 31 in< AJachua General Shaw miged' & that'"it be kept ie I / A .B.I'uulio Blackburn. ,, Jr.iNutuiy -iIATe9,29IJnDlllllra --*- 1966 Comet Caliente Fordor
C, H. attorney representing Hospital. strong and to always supportthe sty coiumiBuion. Kxplres AuK! ---

Furniture and I Ronald Slye and state Association. X3, illiu. Y-9, Automatic, airconditioned,
12/31 it 1/11 Demand deposit of In4lvlriualN
'' Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Eu- A strong organization can miles $$1995
neighbors, cited a later order partnerships Power, 28,000 'r
by Judge;! Tyrle Boyer that gene Griggs of Lake Butler represent: counties and be In The Court or The County and corporation. 1.0CC.843.18
'I said Belote should extend Che announce the .birth of a son, heard In the,legislature when Judge Bradford. County, )'Ioa',,,,, Tlnio and pavtnajs.. depoalt
In of Individuals partnerahlpa
single] counties: may be ]left froLime.In
eaves! of the chicken houses Robert Christopher, on Jan. Ke: JJ! tate of and corpora- 1965 Ford 6-Passenger Wagon
4 In Bradford.. Countv Hosplta.1. out the representative said- buruary iJunor Uetberger flans 1,191,58308
O LBiiyi.d.lo. of tlnlt.d State.
the Dmmxlta
-- A Feb 13 meeting of
:;;. : All creditors .and aoveinmnnt, 21,81305Dapnaltx
I association( is setin the new rlHlius. or demands peraonaiiwln of State and political V-8, Automatic Airconditioned
''Bradford County Agriculture ag-alnut: auld estate: subdivision Power Radio and Heater $$1695
Established 1904 tfou ana e"cli of you. are here. i 1,525,1(1(1( ( ,
Building. by notified and tequlred to i>ra- epimlta. of commerclnl -
\ aunt any claims. and demands.. banks 10,00000
MORGAN CAl'ELBunchy which you.or either. of you. may Certified\ n not officer Fordor
/ i have DART against BAKER the estate m.lHKKUKH.! ot! CCJK- iheckB, etc 23.10141TOTAli 1967 Galaxie 500
&1'1001. 9:4a. iworn- DKI'OSITS: ( 3,817.60777
Oeueaaod late of said County, to ,, .
'' log Worship, 11. Training tlm rounty Jmlga of Bradford (A i "total I demand V-8 Automatic, air conditioned.
1i> >osltH 1,121,1)2706
Florida, < l
County. at
BSTOREWIDE ll Union 6:13.: ,Evening: Worship,, I In the (.ourthouat. .. .aald county office lUl( ) Total. time and Power, ]Radio Heater, 16,000 $2195
\ 7-30: fjnesday Prayer Meet at Stnrlco. Florida, within alxcnlttnilur navlnas deposit 8,4x2aNa.11'> I
I months. from the time Other llnbllltlea. U.276.41!) miles Factory J Warranty
log 7:30.1
,: : of the first. publication of this
-Bob r. Cooper. pastor notlt. Kaon claim or demand, TOTAL
hall be In writing-, and shall L.lADIL.ITln'3( 3.899,884.28 '
DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH tate the place of residence. and 1964 DODGE FORDOR
"' BROOKER pout o-fflta Hil Prices Effective
School. 30 m. ant, and shall be aworn to by :: Htoi. k, total.
Sunday a. the her hla Air conditioned Only
JAN. 8TH clojnutnt a/(ent attorney par value 100,111000/
Morning Worship. 11 t. >m and any nuuh claim or No. ffharen. authorized
Training! Union, 8:30: p. m. demand not ao fllod shall be 2000

, Evening Service '7:30 1 : Rev void./e/ Parka M, Carmichael' No' Shares I 1964 Ford Country Squire
.. @ :: 2000
l Lacy Conway pastor Parka nilnlHtrator M, Carmlchael Cum Te.tl&.m..nto, As Ad- Anrnlnr.Outstanding. 1DnnanrnUndlvldorl

BO/VTDHAIN IlAFTKiT! Annexo of the Extant of Cr1R proflta /BAAt 87
CHURCH STAJIKE 1>ARV. OAKIUH HBlBlideceased. ) lI, \Vawon, V-S Air conditioned $$1195 1 '
9'OTAT, rAPiTA1.
mmmWe've Sunday School 10 a m. I/* 4tp 1-25 I I ACCOUNTS 218.861.91
Morning Worship, 11 am.
Training' : Union 8 pm. Eve
1965 Chevrolet Corvair
ning Worship, '7 1 p.m. Prayer $ ,
,.... $895
Meeting: Wednesday, 7 1 pm. Radio and Heater
Church Of Jesus Christ Of

-'' Latter-day Saints I,
Chopped Prices on Every [416 East Call St.] NATIONWIDE 1959 Ford Ranchero Pickup

Piece of Merchandise in our Store Priesthood.Services: 8:45: ; Sunday '

School 10:00.: Sacrament V-8 $$195 1
Up-stairs and Down Stairs Front I 11:00.: Guarantees Renewalon

Branch President

and Back Display Rooms. Come see and Share in these Tremendous Savings I Dean Hanson, 864-3278./ 1967 Rebel Super Sport '

I Car Home Health and
Set For'
Signups Hard Top Y-ti, Automatic, Full

HERE ARE A FEW EXAMPLES' 1968 Commodity Life Insurance Power( Air conditioned, !9,301 $$2695

I Program Miles _

Stenups/ for participation hi 1963 Ford Galaxie 500 H.T. ;
CORNER SAVE SAVE the 1968 feed grain progam .Across
$10 $10 The BoardFor
will take place concurrently V-8, Automatic, Power, Air ton :
during the period of February $
SECTIONALS OnRECLINERS DOUBLE 5 to March according to many years Nationwide has provided guar- ditioned, Sharp, New Tires $1 095'r

SINK Leaton Morgan Jr.. chairman anteed renewal on Life and Health insurance. Now, n

a Agricultural Stabilization and January 15, we will offer as a matter of company
Cut As Much As$100.oo I Conservation County Committee. HONDA SCOOTER
Ready To Install The applications filed policy an important new family security first by $$175 1
show the farmer's program I adding both Auto and Homeowners Protection to 50 Series '
Reg $99.95 ;
Were Now
Intentions. I our guaranteed renewal service. s

$ $ The feed grain program for. This: means your Auto and Homeowners protection : 1953 Chevrolet Fordor '

NOW$89.95 $10995 $99.95 1968 provides diversion and will be guaranteed renewable tor five years 'I $$3500

price-support payments as i !after each policy is in effect for 60 days. It is As Is {
well as price-support loans to'

CARPET PRICES CHOPPED;) $1 SQUARE YARD program participants. Feed i not complicated. i

grain diversion payments will I First, of course, you must have valid licensesfor Bank Financing
be available to all participants
each driver in your household to renew auto
>In 1963.

Hotpoint ELECTRIC RANGE, :ALL SMALL. APPLIANCES CC Manager I protection.only Second pay, your in both premiums-with Auto and Homeowners policy ,forms you need and I I Up To 36 .Months I

CUT $5. Complimented rates in effect at renewal and we'll keep you
40 By Local Church covered. I

Say "Guaranteed Renewal" when you call the Budget Financing On

COT $20.00 I Big Reduction on Sewing Machines Chambers get too many of Commercedon't bouquets, man from Nationwide. Or i if you're already one of t

the several million policyholders-your guaranteeoiarts "
so congratulatory card received CAR REPAIRS
i this week by CC,manger automatically. On us. !

BEDROOM SUITES TV'S- I P, J. Novak was doubly
appreciated. Nothing Down

APPLIANCESLIVING 1 'I .The card was Individually BILL POWELL
signed by Rev. R. H. Butler

ROOM SUITES IN FACT I pastor, and members of the Phone !9dl-64fit 401 W. Madison St
Calvary Baptist Church and
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EVERYTHING IS .- I "Dear Mr. Novak: We; the .' Starke. Florida T erwillegar :

members of Calvary Baptist

Church, would like to tell you
to Badcock's for the Best Buys Ever much'
So, Hurry how beautiful we window appreciate you'havefixed. the /XT I OK WIO E
We would also like to MOTORSYour i
say \we are proud to have a

man like you In! our' county." '
b0 The lighted window in the NdlflEwtit. ''' Mutual laturama Campiny. .Nitionwlil M+dual. tlrl Iniurmc Company authorized Ford Deader In Bradford and!
Phone 961-5289 Ohamber of Commerce otI Nationwide fib Insurance Company lionw off lew Columtui, OHIO. .r.. Your Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford and

128 S. Walnut'St. I flr", .deplete!- <\ 'Teice(- on j .. .

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'R"rtlo'ft t Pate SIc: BRADFORD COUNT* _TKI.EORAPTI.!: STAttmB. FLORIDA _________________ _ _ _ _ _TJlURS YJAN.Jl.1988
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I purchase equipment for the A ClMRlflM Aa TO Ibe TEJ.Z.GRAPH wlirrld: ('U t 1))cc' Swath. i not l I'<.MM. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
than nyc. .and, one-half feet 044.715.IB I T, J. K. TomllllMon Caiili-
I School Board. vocational center. bring* ""'III'". wide: Wish <-thfr standard --- lei. of the .n.liov. nunmd, bank

BALDWIN CHEVROLETOLDSIs Agreed to spend up to equipment' and completely TOTAl, LIABILITIESAND solemnly swear. that this report -
: $200 to assist the Lawtey JunIor muuntiMl. on cnunty'n, teflon I 118 CAPITAL AC. or condition' In. true unit
Thla Is be
to an .
motor Nrrudvr.
COUNTS 4,621,255.52Mea.ra.d. ,' .
CALL FOIL IIIMS eon Oct. to the best of
High PTA: to purchase a Roanoke I Itoljot Cutter or equal.
Buildings of Commlaalonerl .
Okays The Board County and bol'ef.CurreftAt'oKt
curtain for the school stage '(his aontrart la to be mad.ulld..r .
of Bradford County : J. K. ToiiillniiimS.
Celebrating The 50thChevrolet to set up equipment displacedin Florida will receive firm "taleil a I lease purchase, ..allree- Average of total. deposits I.. THICK .1 It.
$.4)00.00) down .ymentan.1
bldH ul 10:00: .. m. on themurnlnR ment. for the iiical"nI" vK.:. II l! fl.\1 WALt.

I school and to cut two oak the t'.iurtroi>iii. In Hit rourthuUHO payment)i hp iiiwnl reserves. the rig).' Inir with mil date rStl,6S1.00:;, > .....
I school needs. trees which have been termed fur the following. : f> reji i i any ir all ),ids.steAL I Actraifft of total I I.uriH. State of Florida.):
Tlili hid will I I he fur the your County of. lirudford. u'
of for the I 15 calF-miii' rdays
a danger to the safety (: )
Still on the( building program lii-Klnnlntr February 7t'i'; 1'iiis!' I Swurn t.. uzid, nubiiprltKid before .
Charles A- Darby Clir't enillnir with
the Board. on recommendation students. and ending. Uoronilier" :85. lulls. me thin Hth lit"I'' of lanu-
I 2t 1.IIi call date :l.0l5,599.Q0La !> l
the Thin hid will bo conaldwred UNM 1/11 I IJitlK. mill I hereby rertlfy
I Arehlect Mor- --.Agreed. to assist I
of "," an. shown In l lltui | ,, ,
1'uukaire Bid I Unit I inn nut an ut'flcer or dlreetor -
gan, voted to close out construction Hampton Elementary PTA in 1. Regular KUMOHHH, not, lt'H* IIKI'OHT fK( <'(> ITIOV OF 7 of "AHHetfl" ttrt1 of. hits bank
OF of the new vo-tech clearing cactus away from then 94 (),.tane. T1IID "FLORIDA BANK ATM'I'AIIKH. after ,iledtirtlon, ..I I (.hal.I.... A. I Intrby, Clerk. of t lli.
I small grounds of the new building 2. Dlent-1 Ful No. :2 .'* I.K MTAIaF1.rue' ,. IX valuation r..Merv1Iof ('i lr I, nit ('it,"U".t. ('''"lit v of Bradford -
I center except for a a. Motor oil, Cams l.olM. In 24 HTATK OP PLOItlDA 13.3:1Jj.1I2: State of Klorlda.
amount of partition and some haul clay for a ball field, and Quart cmm and fill (In, Hun AT TIIK CLONE OF
"bugs" In the heating and do grading around the site. JJrunm. 111'\ICKM' ; I O\r: II1EKM IIKISI
-Voted to ask the State 4. Hid 1 for buryltuc :2 10(10( ) 1111. MIT"
TrucksIU1Ping air-conditioning\ system. gallon tunlia. .-.. A tree that may in summer wear,
The' Board:: also voted to Road Department to build a Motor oil will\ meat API 1 Service Cash, balances, with other
robin in her hair .
write Biown Construction Co'., sidewalk on SR-100 from Clu8HirirutIimn I>H available l banks, and rush Item A nest of
In SAB Uriide low tbroiiKh In of collection
wliU-h built the school a let. Laura to Stansbury Street on 40W. Thin nil. IH to meet re- 303,528.03

t."r of congratulations on the the way to Southslde Elemen fUlrenitntn| of pnwlnva opcrntlntruniler United States Qovernmenti BUT NOT THIS ONE(!
....rvl'-.. c luHHlflratloti LJ. i o"lhcnllnnll. l.aIr..o01.07:
construction job which Is considered -
G tary.Elected 8. Thin oil IH to. meet ifiiulremnti Obligations of StateS and
by Architect Morgan Board member C for nillltnry I I I 1I1"'I'IIII'otI01l8| ,lliilllllMll' Hub-
and supt. Casey to be one of Buster Bennett to serve a M I L-l.,4511111$ ror', high output ,dlvlBlonn. 1,0IlMOIl6.GO(()
Economic dl4*..tl ttnK i n.* ,'rank,'""" o-il., It Othi-r, liunH, and dlMBnnk -
the best done. year on the CUBB the fa'tII 2.IIM4.71.G8!'
Hhall I slut
IIHO' ill iiia tin r- ClHnU
In other action, the Board: Agency Board. ..r'.. nicomttifn. ,, Approved expenditure of -Was told by Auditor Neil 3 hiihrlcutlon., furniture .and flttirfH *- In Bradford County him betreBtlflnl ,
materials Tucker that audit of theschool's r,. Motor, Oil In caHA lotH. 2.'IUI..t and] other aseels I .. silently and slowly,
to $5,000 for a an )
up run and ftfi gi I Ion il runs fj Moss
rpllr.nlln.b..nk < > by SpanlHh public enemy
center In the USO Building internal account Iscom.lete1 tomet A P I Scrvk-u ( lnsa M {VIMS premIses 292,290.Ra!> No. I of beautiful
being worked by !! and copies will be : & 1X1 available" SAK; ((11'11"". owikfld. elth.rIhllll
which Is up : Steal IlItuU:: shade anti nut bearing treen.VlHinU .
lOW through 40W and nmct _
I 1.0
iiiirtk :
I pitnnimtfl"
Secondary Supervisor Larry given each member. to :1, III tory $Hie.-iricutlunx .M 1 U.- Other Accede !37.Bfl2!. ...ftBTOTAI !.! ]>roof that .
Gibson. The total cost of the -Agreed to pay $2,000 2104 A. -- :

materials center will be about participate In a.. Joint sidewalk 6. All purpo, grease oil. ASSKTR; _8.02t.2RA.:
grade 10* and 140, vallon and
Are $9.000 Gibson said, but the construction project with the 55 Kallon (drum Gear lubricate V .1.hUlU. Spanish Moss
Things federal (jovernment under the County Commission and theStarke niUKt m,'t M 1 !>.!-, :21': >55>> Hwflcntl'in. | |- Demand depoelta of Indlvlduulii. -

DefenSe Education City Council. The walk .. partn.i'ahlpa, KILLS TREES !
National !
7. Mulil-iiurnoii, Grease In 85ll .and corporations, 2,0(10,793.94(
Act, will pay 43 per cent of will be built on Washingtonand >. containers, and l 120') lb. contiilnern. fitne, anil Hitvlnu& d.*pui"UHot .. :
I the cost. Orange Streets and on InillvlilnulH.I I partner- --.--
H. All No. 2 Fuel, and keroaenf ships, and ,
of the Road children can corp'r&tion's Moss must ,be
Gibson Rnld purpose Colley so Spanish controlled
> to lie fuinplU'il to thn 4ourthfMlHp 2.n8.ut.74I (
at truck dealer'sduring center Is to Improve the qual- walk; to three schools in safe- A VI'Iftllttiral,\ I Cnmp'ex' I DtpnHlta of United State _ '_9 2- now while trees art
your Chevy ity of Instruction the county.s ty. Health. rilnli'. and County .lull. flovernmcnt 3" ,148.32 ---- :dormant. A new machinehas
The HucrcHHful" ,, blilder. .. will purchHHe Deposit of State. I
I teachers can offer. Supt. -Accepted reslgna-nons: or fr6ni' ,, the present mippllur and political I been purchased by
Casey named four areas kit seven teachers and approvedthe all undorvrourtd,; : 'inlpfiient, ,: : atnIl t HithillvlHlnnH, 997014.17 I Florida Pest Control &:
teacher Improvement jor oil I company,' 'prli't'H.. Certified) and Officers'rhwhH. I This phofo 'was made Chemical Co. to rid homeowners
said are vital to hiring of eight. A teacherwas
The Hoard rcHcrvfit, ii,.. rightto et<'. 3-lS18.47:
January! I : materials audiovisual hired at Lawtey Junior rt-Jfct iDly. or all I ldd 1., TOTAU. IlKI'OSITH: ri.BR7.20B.84 I I the Spring. Notice the flowering and farmers of this
materlnls, educational High for a position that had (SHAD' [ .A. l.'I..,1 I 1hiiaiidflepoelts shrubs nnd spreading men nee another step by
:2,90i,125.0S I III
In-service trlan Cliailen A. tkirl.v.lei' foliage of thi'i to be oC better
nelgliboring '
television and been open all year. Supt. 1/11 21 11XCAM. (Ill) Tutiil I I tlnie nnilnvlllir company
I said Bradford the principals ili-ii Hltn ::1,02.0711,116::; ( plants. service: to you.
We've decided to get 1968 off and running by making: January deals on Ing Casny Casey complimented | >
I 1111.:11I7.72 I :1
I County li going to be required on being able to employteachera FOIl Ill 1)14 I Other llnlillltlfH
new Chevy Job) Turner trucks like before. Our stocks of models
never :
to do more In-service he said were of equal The Ilimrd' of IViuntv fnm- I 00,4.1--, I
from li -duties to heavy-duties are as big as we can handle. Our I mlHHloneri. of IIrll / teacher training quality or perhaps better than Klnrldu will receive Sealed, BldH BIl.rTrJ.H; 5.070,577.36 I I TAKE I ,

selections will probably never be better this:'! year. We've jot to move I --APPI'oved' appoint- the ones leaving. Casey said .at 11:30:: on the mornlnH of Fehrutiry CHANCES1J: 9645745PLAY.1 !
7, I IfiflH In the "rtro..m> (',".11..1 A.. ,.....4.
of Clay
Millican hire
'em and to do it, we're going to make August deals in January. There'sno ment of Tom several teachers who were .r
of thn c'onrlhoiiHp for the following. ("uniiztl ( ".tinttiiiito.t "
need to wait until later to get the Chevy truck you want and : Electric to serve on the gen- might remain in the countyfor '', tot)I par DIAL TODAY
t eral advisory committee to the more than one year. One (I) llvdrnullG/ ,, (IriulorMounted. vault- '::1011.000.0"No ) '
the deal you want, too! Nou's" the time. Ours is the place. Jump into vo-tech center In place of E. rlKM) of way ,and Blink, .,hllr" "". MM
tnnlntetm) I hrtiHli,, nnd, trw, Fl PEST CONTROL
a Job Tamer during/ January T. Martin of the same firm.! I I'llttiT 'I'nd.\"". 1 Mildc, illtlxl. i'.l'ti.iiui..iI i httl'i.,1'l, I 2.111115p
POINT for Lh..1WIlV \;" .llIu''' '.til -
Approved! expenditure of, Til.. RIGHT "-, Hit' in, I II' ,I' .' .. ,
wine' C.'nP" In 1 I' '.' ripcoHNii,I tit drive andpiiHltton .110'1'' 1 ..OI'Oflu film E.I.I.: !ST.'
Bradford Coimtv, you '' v Cr CHEMICAL CO.USED .
$2,9(18(; in | > cii-' "illll.fMIII'110Unillvlilfil '
1963 !CHEVROLET: TRUCK SPECIAL In and M-lrrt your favorite ES- )i "I'liil'I**! IteiM'h, not' I..MIhlln nr.iflti. 23." -I.' i.
funds to match $3.955 ..
fpd-I I IN 1 r >i "it >ni (I lr iil" i ''''
eral funds being I TKRHROUK: fountain pen. ,, I -. -1l.1.1.-! !!" I


'/ Ton Stepside / ,
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I VACUUM cleaners reconditioned -
Series f I CIO Stepside i $l$ up. 10 different

189 Tins Freight ,-" pickup If you find your name among the Classified Ails!!, Gulf Service name brands, to choose from.

( Ll come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO USED PARTS Parts & excellent repairs aN 9 1.I 1.
makes. KIRBY SALBS:: & ,
Price furVreoked )are
Includes FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive- | Top 24 Hour Wrecker Service S"villa VICE 376-711O.712 N. Main, Galnea-tfcbg I I

b '*" HEATEH Theatre/ Passes In.PABNTS ... Fuel Oil ...

>II Padded Dash AAA S Ot: H Orenn Stuanp AT LAST! I 1
I n Stock Ready _L_.._____._ 'I \
5 ,
*. Two Outside Mirrors I 1 HASTINGS MATTRESS I Hwy. :301 N. Waldo A mum) OWNERS

For Delivery *. I'anal'amic Hear Window CLAMJFIED H A'iSlSUp AU & UI'HOLSTEUY WORKS I I 4418.1998LACY J POLICYFor (

'*" Dual Hreiikline System 710 Lemon St.:I I'ulatka
f. II wor" __ _.".CNI I Mobile Homes
-- Furniture Repaired I. CONWAY That Qualify
Bach word' o..r 15 ___.U7 PLYING: SERVICE!
Upholstered & Refinished I
FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Airplane CALL THE MAN A classified ad In the Tele-
5 Year or 50,000 Mile Warranty Extra.aM chare In *
New Innersprings ''Charter. Keep your party together '
i' MEMORIAL: IIH! OM TIO>" 'I' George E. LaRue
No. 1 Truck in Sales in this Area, the Nation, the ) : C cvnta pitv *v"/"4CAIID and Box: Springs I charter a bus phone INSURANCE AGENCY FOR RENT-Modem furnish

f World OP' THANKSBO Drop V. A Curd or Call 9d4-6090. ttchg ed one bedroom Apt., No pet,

I wui-a. o. Iru ____ M.MI PA.LATKA EA 0-9160 I Keystone Hts. 473-4692( no children. $45 month plus
..:...,.. word ..v.iBO ____.VI INSURANCE utilities. Call 964-6225. tfchir
Bank Financing to 36 Months. MKS. PKJGY SIIALLKR I'
LAKE I 20()!> E. Adklim. St. I FOR RENT Furnished 1
Stands" Agent : i 2 bedroom apartments. j[
Low Down Payment. $2.700 to $3.500 I ttOYI.K I.:. CONNF.K [ Unfurnished 2 bedroom manatee/ Retail Sales. Apply In

p GATOR nONE LAKE INSURANCE AGENCY I' house. W. II. Nollmr.n 510N' person. Florida Pest Control

_ _
St Chemical Co. Itchg
$3,575 to $4,275 cherry St. tfchjjl
Chevrolet Mobile Truck Exhibit Is HereCHEVROLET'S & I

EASY TERMS Myers Power Tools', Jean H. Marlowe
I FOR SALE-1D86 Dodge Dart.

li <: ::t i:1: > f"'" I See S. E. McKay Area Headquarters For AFTER CHRISTMAS startingnew 225 Engine radio & heater.

Keystone Heights Lawnmower Power Tool classes for our late I Like new. $1395. Starke Builders -

II 473-4740( or 473-4132 McCuIIoch Chain Sawn", comers. Tap Ballet, Acro. etc. :, Supply. ltchg

........ ,............__...-H' ,. .. .... .. ,..._ _'_..."t'w. ... Phone, : 473-48 llrmps. & Water SyHtemsnrtggv Ph. 964-7098. tfchg I
.'. ,'.i/V' ; ,"\', 'r;' & Stratton Engines: |I FOR RENT-Office space ap-

t. ;;. '" : .,,'. .-"' p. FOR SALE-aPOCK HOUSE Rentals. Sales > Senlce I I prox. 810 sq. ft. 120 Lawrence
"i'd.ftt;;, '. : ., ,'> ,'", 230 WE. 16th Ave. No. 605 SWIM AND RE- Blvd., Keystone. Apply Key-
1 ,, ready for 3 bed I
.; LAX. 1 3 stone Cleaners for and
? ..' ..t. GalneHvllle 313-3411 Acre pool. bedroom key
room 1% bath. just
j-.i: CI modern home. $12,000: good details. 2tp IllS:
: tt..h.r.
....... > outside of city limits In I
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f"t"* )
I q .40. } i" Pinebreeze. Easy monthly I No. 592 SECLUDED 20 FOR RENT-Trailer space on
t .'-".;.... -,.. ? 4 4i terms. Longchamp Const Co, PUMPSNEW ACRES 3 miles of Starke. I Ralford Road 16, 6 miles from
Contact B of oid Mitchell
::1. .i. Beau' .J building site. Pine' Starke. Phone 964-6695 after

y > .>J, ;' pone 934-6853 P. O. Box TYPEWRITER! RENTALS: AND USEDSALES.P.UTSSERVICE an<" .feran. trees. J3.0OO.: 5p.m. up
I ',, >.<<-" \. .. 238 Starke. tfcb I
-II .. f '. Day week or month.-Brad- doim.(

ford County Telegraph. Phone Deep & Shallow Wells No. 608 --TO SHTTLE 1/3\\ WANTED Carpenter and
004-6305.:; tf Masonry Work all work
TATE. 7 rentals and guar
Water Softeners & Filters
Best Time To Buy : anteed. Free estimates. Call
DID YOU KNOW it's easy to Location price and terms
own a Long-champ Home? Off Season Prices REAL ESTATE Expert Service On couldn't be better. Interested, 964-6552. 2tp 118

'..... Better built for Florida liv New & Good Used I BUY- SELLTIlAI All Makes\ give us a call.STROU'r FURNISHED 3 Bedroom

ing. Your ours Phone 964-7061 REALTY
BILL POWELL house on Market Road for
Your lot or ours contact Bu- LawnmowersF1RESTONE.STARKE ; DURUANCE; PUMP 2117 N. Temple Ave., rent. Ph. 964-7460. Up
Real Estate
ford Mitchell. phone C64- : AND SUPPLY CO. Starke. Fla.

6853. P. O. Box 238, tarke ; 401 W. Madison. !St. ((904) WH-6fO9 Collie Puppies. Beautifully

: tfiigj I Phone! : Off. 9GI-6I61 'KOJ.ALIZINO:: In sales of rnaiked Sx weeks old. Purebred -

FOR SAL.ro, -'Feeder Pigs Dn- Real E L'ate and In appraisalsfor > A ClassiCist Ad In the TELI-I!: No papers. Wormed.

Ralph B. Bryan roc and Berkshire.-.Elwood I WE BUY u.ied furniture appliances estates, corporate and In- OKAPli bring reliultR. Call 533-2455. Up

Padgett. 409 Jackson St. or anything of value. I ilividiial owners.. 30 years experience I
SALE Plants for
3tp -- :1/11 In Florida( laml mat- FOR RENT-3 bedroom home
better Dahtners Discount House, !>GI-$ I FOR SALK 65 ncre farm
shrubbery Azaleas.
ters.! A. J. Thomas. unfuJ'llI!hed. 618 W. Madison
TRAVELING TRUCK and CamllliuN fur less. FITRII-/ THANK} YOU NOTKSBeautitully 7923. tf ehg'HOMGSITK Llcen".tli, highly Improved Biihla' pasture.
Ave. Call
I Real Estate: Broker Starke.Fl.i. 964-5413. tfChgFOR
, 'son Nursery Ralforil )Hond. Ph. I engraved la gold or I 8 acres Perani.. House barn3
: Available: 105'x : Tel. 984-5T01.. tfchg
OQI-6227.) tfchgKITNICK silver $1.25 for box of 23, Including 105' Nice neiiflvbors. City I and wells.> 3 miles North of SALE-For cash, $7,500.
Stnrke. Contact loyli Conner
: NURSKRY Pe- i envelopes. Bradford utilities tapped and ready. I House tile and marble bathroom -
! -- 964-7309. 4trhg 1-11
EXHIBIT (.ana, I'parli Pear and Plum County Telegraph. tf Walking distance( to shopping MASONRYMATERIALS : new front porch and

Tiei-R. ", : all burl root. Citrus 4 BEDROOM: home on 3 area of Starke. Bountiful I pillars, kitchen floor, new hot

frees roatnln gi-own. Azalea acres land 2 blocks from city I I shadY Pecan trees, $2,200.::> FOR SALE: -- 2 uteil 30 gal. I I water and heater, kitchen sink

CumHIhiH: In bud and l bloom. limits. 1. K. Whitehead, Ph. Terms available. $225 down upright water heaters. ; 1 "!led II box. cabinets circuit breaker
month at 6 vent new hardware new paintIng -
Hrandinl Petunias, Calentlulaa 9K4-6512; 2tchg 1-111 per per Ready Mix Concrete, Concrete 30 gal. table top water, heafcr:
You'll see a f fascinating: and educational exhiblf Chevy truck'9.1$01Ine PunMies.: Other shrubs. 2 mile.IIOJ.th Interest. Ph. 061-5-133. tfchg II [gun/ type automatic I: Well's (12 coats 1 carport 2 closets -

and diesel engines transmissions and rear axles. ot -iwtry. Turn left at REDUCE: safe simple and Block Sand Rock. Electric Repairs. tfchgDAHMER'S 5 Pecan treees. Write P.
FOR SALE .()M) Down cia| P. o. Box Starke Fla.
actually sign. Ph. 782-3.M5.. fast with obese Tablets. On $400 Cement, :Mortar, Steel Oyster A. ,
and You'll how precision part
Cutaway working see every ,
month Itchgi
4tchs 1-11 ly 98c. Koch's Drug. l8tp| 222| $90.00 a Including Shell. Umerock. Roof Discount House I
works from engine to rear wheelsl! This nationally acclaimed taxes! and insurance. 3 HR Onllou.se I i

exhibit will intrigue the whole family..: Don't fail to see itl! (CIIANC OF>>I A LIFETIME. : FOR RENT-2 bedroom unfurnished House. '//IA Mortgage. Gravel, Precaat Lintels Mid closing at cost out Check all Motorola these Steros prices I I HONDA 1964. 150 cc engine,

i Own your own home with two I house close In..-268 Ph. 9647420. tfchg Window KM. Everything 1-18 I i bored and rebuilt Good condition -
first. Stchg
t acres of land on a paved > Park Place phone 964-6088.1 for Blazonry ponatruetlou. 1 $150. Phone 473-4108.

THURSDAY AND FRIDAYJan. highway Three bedrooms, two 2tchg 111[| I JUST RECEIVED Truckloud FOR RENT--unfurnished 6 Itchg

! 11 tit and 12th-8 A.M. Till 8 P.M. bath! well nice pasture and 1966 FLEETWooD'l'RAILER of merchandise.town that guarantees Only businessIn used room house 4 miles out from JACKPOT ROPING January
garden. Excellent terms tol I
12'x60' 2 bedrooms. No equity appliances for 30 days. We Starke on Raiford Road 16. 14., 1:30: p. m. 5 miles
I Bradford
the rl: lit family. No cash nee. I
Call Phone 964-7155. Up I
take up payments. from Staike on West IS. Call
will appreciate your busneSli.Fe11nell's ,
Your Factory Authorized Chevrolet Oldsmobile Dealer essary. need good credit and 964-6809. 4tp 211| 964-6742. lt :hg
be able to make minor repairsfor I Bargain Center. Engineering Co.
the down calli of 4 2tfhg,: 111! Adjustable Vinyl Boo.
payment. REWARD For return
Covert All Size. 31) rrnta FOR SALE 3 bedroom home
I BALDWIN CHEVROLET-OLDS collect to Theodore C. Meyer Beagle puppies. Disappeared: ,
Kenneth OrlderFOR :! I'hone Starke at The Telegraph. East Call Street. Very attractive -
Registered Real Estate Broker. Saturday.I
last Thursday and reasonably priced at $5.-
Orlando. 641-8710 or write toP I 6 weeks old. In vicinity of I RENT- Furnished cot- 964-5403 500. Terms. Call Gene Shawat

U.S. :.101 North Phone 6 1-7500 Starke, Florida O. Box 141 Bayless Hwy, Ph. 964-6530.I tage. 3 rooms and bath. Ph. I A classified ad In the Telegraph -I 964-6328 or 964-5205.

i I_I Florida 32731. Maltland'j, I Itchg 1 1 964-5337. tfchg l 1 brings remits. 3tch.g 1:25r ;

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Exercise In Passing The BuckAt ; YOURS 4 AGENT

Dear Mr. Matthews: .. ,. .. ...... .. ...
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On TV there J \ r '
last week wasa .
the rate things in the last school millage elections ,
are going most Interesting Interview f' ,',J'1 ,;,
now, the outlook for the proposed when same counties refused to with the four young sailors I'.' I.., ..r,,'I, ..

special session on school legisla- approve any school millage at all. who deserted their shLp and ,''., i '., ,j .

tion later this month doesn't seem It is also true a referendum are now asking asylum in : ,

too promising. could not possibly be held in timeto Sweden.We '.. .. ....., .' J
House Speaker Ralph Turlington meet the teacher threat of a may consider: them fool- \' }
ish who haveno
men now ;
says it is Governor (Claude mass walkout if remedial legis- young country and no future: .'1: 3 IIR7 t

Kirk's responsibility to at least lation is not produced by March cut oil from ,family and /f I

take a position on whether the 3. friends ana' stranded in a A .,

state should provide new revenue Speaker Turlington says that foreign land. \ George T. ,j
for education. Others think the the Legislature could act quicklyto They appear not unlike
thousands of the finest and Huggins
Governor should go even further solve the education crisis once mil- CROSBY r
best of our young men in Vu
and actually take the lead in pre- the Governor answers the ques- itary service who are nobly 4 r ___

senting a program for adequate tion of just what new revenue for serving their country.: Alike,, LAKE Yes, It Is TRUE. A "One times.

school financing.This schools:! will be acceptable to him. except that they believe they Stop Center", is now operating Oh! Yes Sir: I am there al-

latter view doesn't seem In his opinion, the proposed ref- see a great light and must be f. CEMETERY.of in Bradford County to help you so. Maybe I'll write a separate .

too much out of line in view of erendum, advocated by the Governor obedient to the vision. with Agricultural and Home article sometimes to fell you
These men. who volunteered and Home Economic needs. about of activities. I
young "r CLEANING some my .
the Governor's past statements is "largely a matter of side- ,
for naval service are '
.. All personnel are In place. cannot keep< up with all requests -
proclaiming his abilities as a "fi- stepping constitutional and public surely not freaks or Communists A 11 working materials and as promptly as I would "

nancial whiz" and telling the responsibility." He asks the ques- or In any way different BIND I ... equipment are in the building like to.Now.

school people in effect, "you do tion: "Should we elect legislatorsand from their comrades: except ,- but not quite in place yet. I you know who claims a

your job and let me worry about the Governor and other pub- that they have come to un- dldn'f do too much sorting desk In your new Arglcultural

the finances." lic officials to make decisions, or derstand that wars have no before moving and I am find- Building. We want you to
dismalfallw'es '
real victories only ing out now that you keep know where we are and whois
But now the Governor has should we elect the legislators who
that war can lots of things absolutely too there.
somewhat changed his tune. can write the best queationaire prove only which' side has the long. I was told that everything All Agricultural Growers or
Caught in the squeeze between his It is also significant that the most power to kill men and to c j taken off the top of my Committee meetings will be
"no taxes" and the Governor's special commission on endure longest that the l : .z '
new pledge, : / desk was not going: back on held there. More Home Econ-
necessity of increasing taxes to education failed to recommend right or wrong of a cause can: it and I It didn't. omic programs will be plannednow

meet the needs of education, he sufficient funds to finance its never be declared by violence of In Agricultural Extensionyou that there IH an Ideal
The Christian
way will find Miss Martha Sue to meet. Form Bureau
now it's the Legislature'sjob sweeping recommendations which
says "Peace on earth, goof:! will
McCain, Bobby L>. Taylor! Mrs and Cattlemen are already usIng -
with would rocket Florida to the fore-
come up a programof toward men" can never come
Ann Greene, Mrs. Faye Mar- the facilities for meeting. i
school financing. He isn't front in education. In its report, by killing men. So the worthof CONTRIBUTED lowe and! I. I'll have more to say about I

about to be placed in the awk- the Commission went only as far a tree is known by its Miss! McCain works( with the these groups later.

ward position of proposing new as the suggesting a one per cent fruit so the have four been wars fruitful of ourgeneration ladles and girls in Extension Look and Listen for the day

taxes, when he has repeatedly sales tax to finance its proposals. in bringing increases in law- Home Economics and 4-H. Mr. and time that will be set as

pledged that there would be none. School leaders say it will take lessness, crime, immorality, Taylor is Co-ordinator for the "Open Houne." We want you

The legislators, on the other at least a two per cent increase and frustration I over-all 4-H program and to see what we have and what

hand, feel it is a futile gestureto above the present three per cent, These young men declare ,. gives special supervision to the you have.. Everybody Is hap-
of the at the beginning.
boys Many
program. py
themselves not against the
propose new taxes unless they and cutting off most exemptionsnow boy's and girl's 4-H programsare
know that the Governor will not in effect. It is estimated thata Viet Nam War but against planned and carried out -
all and the old theory
wield his veto pen as vigorouslyas four per cent sales tax would that war might makes right.If *i jointly in all these programs, SELECTIVESERVICE
he did at the last session when add only $268 million in school only we could all come l'-T ; Miss McCain and, Mr. Taylor \

every suggested tax proposal was funds, 'but the commission's pro- to lose our belief that was is .3' .. work with older youth and

killed by Kirk. posed program will cost over $400 a necessary evil, and deter- Also: "Rest In Dignity adults ,who then work with the Questions-Answers
mine that our nation shall boys( and girls In their pro-
The Governor has also million.
( come up
not settle its differences by ..- grams and project activities. Question: My son writes
with the buck-passing suggestionthat Now>ia the time for Governor Mr. Taylor also spends much that his local board has refused -

no new tax should be approved Kirk to assert his leadership. war.These young men declare More Contributions NeededResponse time working with adults In a to permit him to appealto

without a referendum pro- Surely a man who aspires to be themselves willing to defend variety of Agricultural: re the President Why Is this?

vision putting it to avote of the the Vice President of the United their country but are unwill- quests Answer: An appeal to the

people. The futility of asking the States can rise to the occasion of ing to wage war on distant to an appeal for tions to date are: Robert A. pIe who have a great! interest Mrs. Ann Creene and Mrs. 4" President Is not permitted in

people to vote a new tax on them- helping solve a school finance peoples and slaughter themon funds to finance a thorough Swift, Mrs. Ruth Frazier, M. In the cemetery have not yet Faye Marlowe will be siftingout every case. If the decision ofa
their own soil. cleaning of Crosby Lake Cem- F. Hazen N. L. Woodburn, responded due to the pressureof front to glv you a friendly State Appeal Board Is unanimous -
selves was clearly demonstrated crisis in his own state. when It A. activities and other greeting and a smile. You the registrant does
We long for a day etery have been encouraging E. L. Matthews Mrs. C holiday J l ,
I shall no longer be said, with slightly over $200 contributed : Knight Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde, first of the year chores. How- will feel assured right at your I L not have a right of appeal to*
Protection Needed NowJoint "Right forever on the scaffold to date: L. O Hazen, arvdi Mr. and Mrs. ever, time Is an important entrance to the 'building that the President, The State Director -
wrong forever on the thione." It Is estimated that from John Simpson all of Starke; factor, as it would be desirable you are welcome. ;I of Selective Service for
Senate and House inves- in Florida, and while only a small May it not be that these $750' to $1.000 will be required Mrs. Agnes Johns, Brooker: to do the work this Mrs. June Chapman and Mrs( the state in which the man's .

tigating committee is meeting in minority of those in the industry four men, by their actions are to do an adepuate!' Job considering : Mrs, Bryant S. Carroll, Jack- spring, before the hot summer Mary Ella Watterson are local board Is located or The

'Sarasota at 1 p.m. Friday to hear engage in such practices, they helping to open our eyes to the present deplor- sonville; Miss Dorothy Swan- weather sets in. there to give you National Director of Selective

,.- 'fdrther-testtWibfly-and"" receive evi- reap a toll of millions of dollars aee a.way to hurrian brotherhood able condItion'or' thB-cometery- toontrxawtey./ : and Mrs: 'H. B. \SO'we urge those who have In A..S,C.S. asslKtanCl'1 Service are authorized to -ti.
dence of home repair frauds in annually. They abuse those who ( I? so the goal has been set at McLendon. Oilando. "Intended' to contribute, but bilization and make further appeal In such
victimizedin Some day our nation may the higher figure, to be on the Although this is an encouraging who have not yet gotten Service. Mrs. cases. The local board does
Florida.A can least afford to be be willing to try the experi- safe side. If all ofthemoneyIs ; start many more contributions around to It, to send their flee Manager for A;'S.C,S. and not have authority to take
representative of the Comp- our society the poor, the uneducated ment of following the words not needed for emergency will be needed If a contributions In within the is responsible for local admin- such action.

troller's office called The Tele- the young, just entering and example of the Prince' of cleaning the amount left over satisfactory Job Is to be done next week or so. They may be istration of the program. Mri. Question: I live about 40

graph Tuesday to ask for clip- adulthood, and the very old, strug- Peace. Maybe his way would can be used for beautification: with supervised labor and mailed to The Telegraph or Watterson is office clerk and miles from the closest draft

pings of our series of articles con- gling to maintain a way of life work-we can't know until we or can be placed In a fund adequate equipment to do the to Mrs. John Simpson, 206 S. you will find her busy all the board. When I go to registerat

cerning such frauds in Bradford on limited retirement incomes. have given It a tiUl. Maybeit for perpetual care. job.We Water St., Starke.DIARY time. 'Each( of these ladles make age 18, will my expenses
will bo too late when we Those sending In contrlbu"fARMER'S feel sure that many peo- bo paid?
County to be presented, with Florida cannot, and must not are ready to practice whatwe you know that you are wel- Answer: No. Selective Service

other material, at the committee longer tolerate the economic abuseof have preached for so longa come. regulations provide "Per-
Bradford Soil Conservation
hearing. citizens who are unable, due to sons requIred to present
time.W. District 'programs. are led by
Gene Shaw that an circumstances to protect themselves T. Richards themselves for and submit to
Rep says W. M. (Bill) Haas, who Is the
not be paid
effort be made to have his Keystone Heights, Fla. Bill registration shall
may our area.
Berries are coming into and so are the fair buildings. for performing such obligation
bill, which is designed to put teethin The People of Florida should limited production as a resultof works with farmers on. soil and nor shall they be paid travel

the law dealing with such not be subjected to these frauds Dear Mr Matthews/ : recent mild weather and And speaking of the fair, water programs as they relateto allowances or expenses!

fraudulent practices, brought up for another two years withoutthe It was with a great deal of the new Bradford Strawberry the next one is coming up the general agricultural pro. Question: I am now defer-
at the forthcoming special legis- protection of adequate laws. Interest that I lead an articleIn CO-OP is making shipments to fast and you'll want to mark gram for th farm. red In, Class it-S as a college:
in to and The 'relegraph of January American Foods the dealer down the dates now- March Well, for a long flmo the student. If I enlist In the National -
session attempt
lative an of the aged
Hundreds more 4. who la handling the output of 27-30. Work Is already under long, tall pine tree took top Guard what if anything -
pass it over Governor Kirk's veto. infirm will lose their homes, and It seems to me that the two that organization this season. way and from all Indications plac providing Income to our will happen to my stu-
Speaker Ralph Turlington is Interested millions more dollars will be lost hour parking limit Is Just Jimmy Oasklns president of -A we'll have another fine event county. Now It Is in a race /with dent deferment?

in the bill and has agreedto if we have to wait until the 1969 about right as it is now. the Co-Op. anj:!' Oscar Carter which will attract much favorable the fast growing chicken. For- AnswerWhen: your local

assist the effort to bring it up regular session. Only last Friday I stoppedon a member, say that their attention to Bradford estry still Is mighty Important board receives: evidence that
again. Call Street for a haircut. plantings look fine, but would County. to our people. If you don't you have completed! such: enlistment -
The lack of sufficient regulation The bill should be brought up The customer: who was aheadof rather the plants were held think so, just follow our farm you will be reclassified -
and passed over the Governor'sveto me wanted a haircut and back by cold weather until By Sam McGarveyrge In another change Road Forester, Tommlo Boll and from Class.' II-S to Class!
under present laws has facilitatedthe at the special session later shave also. the regular market time Foreman R. E. Jones Is mo/- you'll find out. You'll also get I-D member t of a Reserve
development of flagrant If only one hour Is allowed around March 1. Is glad to be out of "Jail". Ing his headquarters to the your' pants nicked, by briars component!
abuses by unscrupulous operators this month. then a lot of us country folks He reported to the county new County Barn located at and your feet wet t lot s of

will have to go to the shop- Carter says he Is picking commission that the new l the rear of the former Amer-

Worry Less In 7968 ping centers with our little only a few berries and that building is already' In use. by ican Legion property, adJac- r -- ,
arrangements. Else we will be because of limited production, various organizations as a ent to Holiday Inn. So If you

The Safety Council of Greater activities of a year into a two- paying fines for overtime it is difficult to secure pick- meeting place.. have a complaint about your '

New York thinks most of us woulddo week vacation. parking in the downtownarea. ers. When we stopped at his road you can find R. E. there r u ,
-Worry about the stock mar- \ place he was out in the field One thing about the new and let him know.
well to less and enjoy
worry Please give this careful con- hunting out and gathering the Agriculture set-up Is that you .
fail to fasten our
life in 1963. of near-
more slicreTa tlon. few berries that had ripened.! can now find plenty Incidentally the county's
While making its analysis, the belts. Sincerely It all reminded us of the cigarette by-parking space and conduct number one secondary road u.'Ytr '
accident-prevention group found -Worry about juvenile delin- Walter Lee a*', about walking a all your business with one the paving of the
humans caught up in such a whirlof quency, then give "junior" perfect Rt. 2, Box 54T2 mile for a Camel In this stop whether It be with Santa Fe Lake road )Is now

things they can't even find timeto examples of disrespect by illegal case, the picker walks a mile Huggins or the home forester demon- receiving the full attention of

worry correctly. For instance, parking, jaywalking, making dis- New ListingsFor for a berry. stratton conservationist agent, farm or ASCS the State Road Departmentand Le u
remarks about the police soil barring and delays shouldbe a
the Council says, we all-' paraging School Phones We bought a couple of officer. And the farmers mar- stalled some time this
-Worry about H bombs, then department, law-makers, and quarts of berries at Oscar's ket is right there at hand.
buy our children fireworks, light teachers ; and even neglect to vote. Following Is a revised list of place and can report that the year.

the barbecue coals with gasoline, -Worry about threats from current school telephone be clip fruit Is just as delicious as '-"

or leave firearms around where hostile nations, then invite an unknown numbers which may in the tele- ever:, we like to dip the whole Ing grown in 1968 will 'be ,

youngsters can easily find them. hitchhiker to ride with us. ped and 'pasted berries .In confectionary sugar Tobacco Discount made by tobacco variety Iden- Hy Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marine
phone directory: and eat them that way, to Insure
-Worry about flying in a jet -Worry about thunder and Bus Barn . 964-5159' especially the prize berries Variety Program that tification provisions specialists of the discount OUTBOARDS DON'TSCARE tors had no significant effect

plane, then climb on a make-shift lightning, then get out of the car County Supt. . 964-7757. available now. Continued In '68. variety program are carried FISH on the nesting habits or,reproduction -
ladder to reach high places. on the left side, step directly into Jennings, Dr. Flo. 964- out. Any tobacco having grow- A Canadian fishing guide of bluegills The

Worry about proper nutritionfor traffic, or wjlk in one direction 6454. [tOraudon] So far this winter we've Leaton Morgan, Jr. chairman th characteristics and chemical conlsders it a real stroke of same was true for nesting
the family,. then selfdiagnosean while looking in another.If Maintenance had relatively little in the of the Bradford ASC properties similar to a luck when an outboard cruiser and repoductlon of largemouth -

illness, apply a neighbor's home you are determined to keep 064-Payne 525., M. A. [Ct. Union]- way of frosts and freezes, County Committee, said today discount variety will be sup- comes plowing through his bass. The general effect
one-half the support favorite fishing grounds. To on both these species indicates
remedy swallow medicine in the in 1968 then at least when, compared to the bitter that the Department of AgrI- ported at
worrying 964-6481
that has much of the that :rate for acceptable varieties. him it's a signal to start up that some fishermen are
.964-6800 cold; culture has announced
dark, and drink unsterilized water resolve to worry about the right Supervisors Office rest of the country in a wintry the flue-cured tobacco discount Therefore it (Is most Import- his outboard and move in more worried about outboards

from an unknown source. things things you can do some- [Gibson, Payne] 9848150tAdult grip We saw the football variety program will be ant that farmers be sure of closer. than the fish.A .

Worry about cancer, then thing about. Vo-Tech School -- game on TV at Green Bay. continued for the 1968 crop. the variety of tobacco they This behavior may seem conservation group also
[ strange especially to the dedicated did some research on the subject
drink and drive. nut better still why not resolve Finance Offl.ce964- Wise when the temperaturewas Under this program price plant.
fisherman. After all Two different lakes
Worry about heart attacks, to worry less. And enjoy 13 BELOW zero andcouldn't supports for discount varietiesare were
6640. STORY HOUR outboard; motors are supposedto used one where outbdarda
believe anyone
then try to crowd all the physical life more in 1968. BHS Junior High-984-6093 could go out barehanded In one-half. the grades support of rates acceptable AT THE LIBRARY scare fish. Not true an- were prohibited and: the oth-
of comparable
[Principal's Office]964- 093Principal's that weather. Many years ago, varieties. The dIscount "Animal Secrets' will be the swers the guide. According to where unlimited use was al-
BHS Senior High- we remember a time when. : varieties include Coker theme for Story Hour at the him. fish are a curious lot lowed. Fishermen were .stationed -
[ Office] Thursday and they are often attractedby on both lakes for the
went to library
down public
964- the temperature 140 Coker 316, Reams -
Coker ,
The Bradford County Telegraph Attendance Office 139. Mrs. the bubbles and turbulence same amount of time At the
33 below but that was an extreme 64 Dixie Bright 244, 137- from 3:30: to 4:15: p. m.
ESTABLISHED 1879 6545 for our part of Jersey. designatedas George Winkler will be story- created by a spinning propeller conclusion of the tests the
Golden Wilt [also
% Guidance Office9646535 Coldest weather we usually ; XYZ. Mortgage teller. All children ages 6 to anglers who were buzzed from

au.R E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher Band Room t64-6656 had was about 8 or 10 above, Lifter No-Name Super XYZ1], and any 9 are Invited. There's actually a great dealof morning to night caught Just
and even at that reading you LIBRARY TO OPEN scientific evidence that as many fish, as the men on
the qual
O FIrida'a OldMt Weekly Nmrtpaper FwMIibe Oonttmxuly BHS Cafeteria 964-6574 didn't go out without warm breeding line having MONDAY EVENINGS supports this position, reportsthe the quiet lake.
If41 Under The Same Mart Ha4. DOT Office .9646445Field gloves or you wound up witha ity and chemical varieties. Effective January 15, the Evinrude News Service. Skin divers have made
of the discount
,10; House I IOyml] 964- case of frostbitten hands. tobacco Bradford County library will One of the most recent studIes many close-up studies on fish
Mr. Morgan urged remain open Monday evenings was conducted by a professor habits and have arrived at

Published each Thursday and entered .. Second OMB Matter at the Poet Offkwat 6470.RJE School 964-7078' We visited the old county ,growers to reliable obtain seed sources.or until 3 p. m. to give Junior ) from Michigan Univer pretty much the same conclusion
High from
students and working sity. He and his associates They claim that fish
last week when college
Sid 111.. Jail building
Starke. Florida under Act ef March will be
By doing this, they
Southslde Elem.9645586 George Hug- students a better opportunityto have done extensive research are. either completely indifferent ) .
Subscription In trade area! 1 year, "' .00; A ........, S2JU County Agent potected against the plantingof field.According.
Southslde Cafe. 984-6179 gins was moving out to his use the facilities The library in this to the underwater disturbance -
Outside trade area 1 year S4.0O! 1 punHhe. S2.M Staike Elcm.: 9Q4-C001 fine new building at the fair mixed. ; or inferior tobacco seed.be-A will clone at 2 p. m. on to their findingsthe or in some cases, are
thorough check; operation of outboard mo- actually attracted to It.BRADFORD
grounds. Needless to say, Oeo- Saturdays. -'_ .

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::2 PAGE I nu.uROIu40IINTY_ .TKLKIJIl.ini.'; M'r.\iutr.. fLORIDA." THURSDAY. IAN. 11. 1DB8!
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Ceramics Classes midnight. MAYOR'S COURTA peace and voluntary intoxlca* Clifford Lamar Clemons, accident, sentenced to a fine -
I ResumedThe Admission Is $1.25. No one tlon. forfeited bond. otA Sac.. ,- reckless drMng. speeding and of $27.50 and place on probation TilE RIGHT POINT" for the
RECREATION NEWSMe will be admitted after 10:30p. : r
m.Florida. heavy load of 15 cases flight to avoid arrest, forfeited for 90 days.ICirby the way you wrh*, Com la
ceramic classes, sponsored were disposed of in Starke classified ad In the Tele- bond of $500.Herman Cclley, driving while and select your farorU BS
by the Recreation Department Bank Mayor's Court Tuesday' : nightby graph brings remit H Harris, voluntary under influence of alcohol,I TERBKOOK! 'toiuitaln tell.TELEGRAPIL .
Plymouth will get underwayat have resumed ses- Mayor Carl Hurst: In jail I
Gage 15 days l
Play sentenced to
; 8:30 slonse again. Classes are being Reports Another :Lloyd W. Lee, voluntary Intoxication intoxication, driving under
: p m.Admission -
To Begin Monday I held on Monday and I sentenced to a fine STARKEBUSINESS Influence of alcohol, failure Otis Brown driving on
Is free and every Profitable Year of $27.50( five In of road and disorderly Adjustable VUljl
Is Invited.Basketball. Thursday nights and one session or days Jail to have vehicle under wrong side BookCavers. :
The.Men's City Basketball one on Wednesday mornings. Melvin Turner voluntary conduct, sentence to i All abel 30 entel.
I and causing accident !-
League The 31st annual meeting of Intoxicated control an
will forfeited bond of
get underway Fees 50c session plus
are per I I .
Teams in jail
seven days at The Telegraph.i
Monday: Jan. U, In the high cost of materials stockholders of the Florida $27.50.JOB. I leaving the scene of an
school ftym.. __ Being OrganizedFor Bank: at Starke waa held Coleman, fighting and .
"Tit* teams are sponsored by 'The Loved Ones' 'I Tuesday:!' at the bank. I voluntary Intoxication, fined I DIRECTORY
Jackson: Building supply, Students, 10.18 President S. L. Peek Jr., in $27.50 on first charge and
B National Guard, and Starke The Basketball Leagues for Teen DanceThis the bank had enjoyed the second James King, voluntary Intoxication ,: ] 1 1i
boys and girls, ages 10 to 18, In I I (
Chrysler & Plymouth.The most profitable year forfeitedbond:\!- of Gilbert S. Brown I
are now underway. The league being
first same ,at 7 p. m. Saturday night, one of Its history 1967 profits $27.50.
will match Boatdrain Baptist games will begin In the next the more popular bands to exceeded only by those of Ray Head, voluntary Intoxication Standard( Oil Swvtpe Station
Church and the National couple of weeks. have played here, The Loved 1966.Total sentenced to five days ATLAS
Guard. The second game between Practice sessions are now Ones, will return to providethe resources at year-end Injail., TIRES &: BATTERma:
Jackson Building Sup underway for these teams. music from 8 p. m. toITS were 6621288.52; deposits Martha Heardman Tucker, Budget Terms--Road Service!
ply and Starke Chrysler & I: 5557203.64. ; and:! total capital disturbing the peace, forfeited Phone 061-7071'
I accounts $944,715.16. A ae:ailed bond of $52.50. 1107 I I N. Temple Start
statement of condition as Corrie Howard Sanders I
of December 30, 1967 will be failure to yield right-of-way.
ILLEGAL found elesewhere In this Issue and causing accident, placed
of The Telegraph. on probation- 90 days.
All oiTlcers of the bank Red Kelley, disturbing the Service Station
were re-elected as follows: S.I
1. Peek, Jr.. president:! ; Ernest Gee oil. Lubrication
For Any Person or Persons to Engage in J. Snead, vice president; J. E.I Goodyear Tire &: Batteries
Tomlinson, cashier; Helen E. FLORIDA ROAD SKRVICK

Business! i! Under A Fictitious Name Unless and cashier.Glasgow Ruth S.assistant Johns, assistant cashier;I I SOt and 100 Starke

The Board of Directors
:. : consisting of S. O. Denmark.
Hie Name Is Registered
.... C. E. Hernwall, S. I.. Peek Jr.,
W. B. Sewell Ernest J. Snead,
/" and Harold C. Wall, were all Showtime Weekdays 7
.., Read This Florida Law re-elected. Sunday 3:00, Saturday 1

Adjustable Mall|1 Book Fri. Sat. Jan.
12. 13
"It shall be unlawful for any ,person or persons) as defined .. -..., t4 Covers. All sizes 30 rots ea I

engage: In business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined at The Telegraph. \ Double Feature Program

without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the Ask

elerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of bukdatMla THE RIGHT POINT for the Who says '
the way you write. Come In dot make
with registration shall consist of filing with the ekrk aforesaid an affidavit and elect your favorite ?!S they westerns;like Charley

signed by all Interested persons stating under oath the name of TERBROOK fountain pen. they used to? E.Johns.

&n those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the Interest TELEGRAPH
of each, and the fictitious name under which said! business Is carrieden. WN di4. .

Said registration may not'be made until the person or persons desiring: Blow horn
12 Vii/ des! your
to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have adrertlsed his *>rthtlrntenton DEMIPEPPfllW+ bout this question' : without lifting a finger .

,,! to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four Custor.tlade!

((4)) consecutive weeks In some newspaper as defined by law In the county' F"," Florida Living.: mlIDJ@JJ,!!! c!: Oll] (@L 001i'IJJ\J!\ D[ I millrmJ@: "We miles had from an home.accident We were 1000 Only Olds dealers have It. A hem control that that pops open your 'frwnlc lid from'inside l .lne>

where \said! registration is to be made and "aid registration shall not be Get Move' I *NUI.W/11i.e TECHNICOLOR' mighty pleased when our extend all the way around the inside of the car. A swl.chthat: lets you lock all doors wife

"accepted, by the clerk of the circuit court except: upon receiving proof mt YOU j For Your S SNo PLUS long distance phone call to storing wheel Think of It.You sound your horn a single otIc .',Even a buzzer that

such publication. I Salaried Commissioned I, your agency brought a' with" the simple reflex action of your fingers* warns you when you're about to 8M
or local insurance adjuster to It'. part of Oldsvnobile's Tilt-cmd-Teleicope nudge the speed limit. And ""y'r.I .
I Employees I >u"i *iuiii* promptly handle our claim,I Steering Wheel*-one of the exclusive Olds all further proof that for '68, the -

If you are engaged in business under any name DAD& BRAD LAItSEN JERRt LEWlSas our auto repairs and medical availabilities for '68. Old also offers a button young ideas belong to Oldsmobila.. _.__

;; other. than your own and have not bad this name>> YOU Benefit! I "rHEHdFirYPROFESSOR..' over claim the service continental extend U. all S. Drive a youngmobile! from Oldsmobile


properly advertised and registered we will be All Sizes 8.10.12!!! jn Display Wide ". .. Charley E. Johns H

!/, Baths Agency BALDWIN CHEVROLET Inc.

glad to all Information to and Expandable 131 S. Walnut St.
,,- ,:: give you necessary as I .
PHONE.! 'gct-f7o: STARVE FLORIDA U. S. 301 NORTH PHONE 964-7500

what should do.BRADFORD New and Used ---'- I ,
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Jan. 14, 15, 16 .r/

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_- STARK nA>RlDA. TIIUUSDIY. J'1.! 1968> Section 2 Pace 3 .

Indians--AddSaturday yyyyyyyyyyyyyVyyyyyyV rose Fire Department and the. --f:

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\ to fight building fires

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Please Phone in Your Items 473-3067 brush fires. I Big Witnesses
Keystone cagers lost The Volunteer Fire Department .
their third game of the weekto Mr. and! Mrs. Ernest Craw- Is supported entirelyby I II
WOMAN'S CLUB Newberry [there] Tuesday ford have returned from a dues. All residents in and
The "Defensive Driving"courses and Helen Wallace.On night. emerging on the short two week visit that took them' aroundi. Melrose are asked to :

offered by the National have been January invited 18 the to members partici- end oS a 68-43 score. to Marian, Wynne, Parkin, pay $6,00 per year for this fire I Installation Of Council :

Safety Council and spon- pate In a "Golf-Around! tournament 'Leading scorers for Key- Ark. and, Memphis, Term. protection. Payment can be I I
atone were Sandy Grayson
Med( by the Woman' club followed by regular They reported a wonderfultime made at Chiappinls Gulf Station -
with 13 Jeff Batts 12: and
; to Col.
are still open for registration. monthly business meeting and visiting friends and re- or Ralph Stevens.
Mike Murrhee. 10.
latives. Directors for the Melrose
There were many; requests luncheon. Hall flee she has held for the
Its Keystone City was I I past
The Junior Varsity won
Visiting Mr. and !Mrs. Dock Fire Department are Gen. R.
lor an evening and
course HERE AND THERE packed Tuesday night as a big 3 1-2 yea is.
game with Newberry 2720.A Tison and family and Miss P. Hollis Dr. C. R Hook, Col.
been !' Will
this has arranged.:
George Allen wishes to rough week for the Indians I crowd turned out to witness In opening the first meetingof
E. E. Klrkpatilck Col.
Martie Chamberlin during the George
any person Interested In either thank everyone who remem- with the installation of four city 1968 Mayor Starnes presided -
began last Friday
of Gibbs and Mr T. E
holidays were R. A. Cox Spencer.
day or night course call bered him with cards and 70-51 loss to Trenton in the officers and heard a brief talk as new officers wereelected.
a Gainesville, Mrs. Al Moore of Officers are: Henry Wii-
Mrs. David Nelson 473-4119
packages over the holidays. Batts and ''by Mayor Ray Starnes who :!. The mayor also pte-
Keystone gym. Hams President Edward I
JUNIOR WOMAN' CLUB Waldo Rev. and Mrs. Gene ; I
Time will not permit answers were high' scorers for submitted eight recommendations sented certificates of appreciation : -
Grayson I Carmody of Hawthorne Mr. Longnecker Vice-president;
The Jr. Woman's Club will
to all. : for the board to to( retiring Councilmen)
12 new
the Indians with 18 and
I andi Mrs. C. S. Emerson of Gen. P. F. Kromer Jr., Sec
sponsor a spaghetti supper on E. ofCathedral
Rlnehart a consider Walt Thomas and Huntley
points respectively.In Mlcanopy, Rev. Carmack (Morris retary; and Col Ralph Stevens
Saturday. Jan. 13, at the Ma- I '
Towers In Jacksonville Taking the oath of office Redfeain. Tax Assesor J. O.
Saturday night's game,
of Tampa, and Mrs. Ruth Treasure. Jimmy Williams ,
sonic Hall from 5 to 8 m.
p. and recently a patientat Clay High School went on another for the first time were two Hansen, Tax Collector Katherine -
Smith of Mlcanopy. The Tis- Fire Chief and Assist-
Donation Adults $1.25 chil _
St. Vincent's Hospital. Is councilmen James Cook J. Media\ and Clerk
scoring to wallop I new _
dren-75 cents. ons spent Christmas with Mrs.Tlson's ant Chiefs are Rudolph Dam-
now recuperating at the Jacksonville Winans Tax Joy Baker.
the. Indians 102 to 53. brother-in-law and pier and Bunyon Kelley, Jr. and Raymond : '
There will be a meeting of Convalescent Home. If Purcell Hall accounted for Assessor John amis and Tax Mayor Starnes' eight recommendations -
sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
the club on Thursday, Jan. 11 any of his Keystone friends 22 points to take scoring hon- Howell. In Mlcanopy. Collector Aughtry Vance. A which he said
at the Clay Electric Co-op would like to send him a card 013 as all Clay High starters Mrs. Jerry Stinson and chll: fifth new city officer, City, he hopes will help make Key.
Conference room at 7:30.: the address is: ''730 College wound up in double figures. dren. and Mrs. Dock Thor NEWS NOTESBy Clerk Virgie Homer, was also stone Heights a better placeto
There will be a program on Street, Room 107. Jacksonville Batts was top scorer for Key- and l daughters and Miss San- present at her first council live are: 'TJ
"Birth Defects The public' is Fla. 32204. stone with 18 points. dy Stinson spent, the day in Helen Egan meeting. Re-organize duties of all _
invited to attend. The Gill's basketball team ; and
The game was the fourth in ,Jacksonville last week. Councilman Roy Watkins councilmen, the mayor
Woman's Golf AssociationThe of Keystone Heights High the current season in which Mr. and Mrs. M. C. King who was re-elected chairman clerk to equalize the work
School( won last week' game EASTERN for another Charles load. The mayor saU he has
Woman' Coif Association High has topped the STAR year
Clay New Years weekend In New official.
met Thursday Jan. 4, at I by default. The Green Cove 100 mark In scoring. .spent Hartsville S. C. visiting The Keystone Heights OES Donohoe and Everett Fox I observed over the years that I first taking office at Kcyittoiie Height* at the
the Keystone Golf Club, for Springs High School team Game Added tends and relatives. Chapter held its first regular along with Mayor Starnes took the council usually makes one roundl niiTtliifr/ ivf tin new' yeur TiifNilay night were
the regular business meetingand failed to arrive in Keystone The Indians play Greenville Mrs. Eugene Sapp and son, meeting of the new year on the oath of) office for the new member the work home\ while' < l-ri) C'li'rkirjita' Homer.' C'omirllnii'it, lta.>moiul \VlnatiH, ami
luncheon. for the scheduled game. at Keystone this Friday night. David, have retuned home January 2. It was Advance year. It was administered: by I the others sit back and watch. I iIutneH& Cook, liiv \Hsi-ssor. John The winners Miss Mary Carew of Hudson Clerk Baker who has resigned -Remove the responsibilityof I ...
in the 18 hole and a game has been addedto following a two week visit. Night, and Associate Matron' Joy Van* .
Mass.. a regular winter and will leave the of- the operation of the Key- I
group were Martha Hayes, the schedule for Saturday with her mother Mrs. Hattie Paddle Gilile and Associate! j I
Eva Hall. and Jan Batts. Win. visitor to Keystone, is now: night. with Hastings at the McElveen in Sumpwr S. C. Patron J. Azzte Williams advanced I stone Heights Airport from named the following commit-
ners In the 9 hole group were staying at White Feather. KHS gym. Turon Courtney visited his to the East for the the City to an Airport Author- tees with the first person
Marie Wrinkle. Peg Fordyce, Court. and plans to remaina The Keystone girls will alster and brother-in-law, Mr. opening and closing of the ficers. Church will meet at 7:30: p. j ity. named being chairman:
few months.Mr. play St. Augustine in a preliminary and Mrs. Jerry Stinson and chapter session. The chapter completely fur- m. Filday Jan. 12. On Sunday, Improvement of mainten- Finance and Law: James
and Mrs. Myron Peter- game Saturday at 6 family. Turon was home on It was reported that Mrs. nished their chapter room, Jan. 14, following the morn- ance of streets sidewalks, and Cook. Everett Fox, and Charles -
MURRHEE son and daughter and Mr. p. m.spent. leave from Vietnam. Gloria Munhee was at home with many of the appoint- Ing service, a congregational parks by addition of another Donohoe ,
and Mrs. Bob Schroeder of Richard Tomllnson Is homeon following her hospitalization; ments being memorial gifts. meeting will be held for the' city employee and to pick up Airport and Utilities: Dono-
Insurance, Agency Sacred Heart, Minn. were furlough visiting his parents for major surgery, and was J. Azzle Williams, WorthY purpose of electing new of fleets trash on schedule. Mayor hoe Raymond Winans and
Richard Murrhee. Aft. holiday guests of Mr. and Sunday with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Dick Tom- recupeiatlng satisf actoi'lly. Matron Geraldine Jackson, anj, hearing annual ic-, Staines complimented Councilman Cook.
General Insurance Mrs. Ernest Tomes. While Mr. and Mrs. D W. Car- linson, and brothers Kennethand Past Grand Matron Irene and Estrelllta organizer, Mis. ports of all church organiza- Fox on the Job he has Street and Garbage: Fox
lire Casualty :Marine I here they also visited Mr. and penter. David. .Johns, of Green Cove Springs Sara McDonald, had the honor tions. done in this capacity. in the Cook and Winans
Auto Bond ., Mrs. Joseph Tomes and rela- The fish are still picking James Wise was home for has been ill, but hopes to be of together burning the IIOMOMKEKS CLUB I past year but said he tjilnks) Public Safety: Winans, Fox.
Keystone Ilelgtite 47947USCHEDULE ives at Green Cove Springs. up thank. goodness. Betty the holidays. well enough to make her official mortgage, dropping the ashes The monthly meeting will there is still room for Improve- and Donohoe. '
The regular meeting of the Into silver bawl before) over be held at 10 a. m. Wednes-
Griffin of Griffin's Lodge Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Keen visit on January 10. a : ment.Extra Council decided to wait on
Keystone High School PTA told told us that RY( cQuQ'htthree are parents of a baby girl ,Grand Matron' Ions Keenan 100 witnesses. day, Jan. 17 in Clay Electilchall. vigilance to protect| other appointive positions
will be held Thursday .Jan. 18. bass on Tuesday. and born January; 2 In Alachua Grand Patrol John T. Mis .Jo Reed accompaniedat President Mildred Pay- the quality of water in Little such as attorney and police
An interesting program is being an 8-pounder and a 3pounder General Hospital. Rose will be honored on Jan- the piano by Mis Irene ton would like for all members Keystone Lake. Drainage Into chief until the February
and planned details will andC. Williams, sang two numbers to attend, as the club the lake spoil it the
OF SERVICES on Wednesday. Roy Richard Reed celebrated! his uary 10 with a dinner in the may meeting.
, be given next week. A Barringer of Jacksonville 13th birthday Sunday. Masonic Hall, followed by regular appropriate to the occasion. I will be host to the Clay Countv mayor said. In other actionIt :
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley La- and Masons recognized by Chairman Council at the Masonic: -To plan the orderly devel-
\ PARK' caught three bass Mr. and MI's. Vlrgle Rowe official observance of) was announced that a.
Coste spent two weeks of the twelve huge specs on deep and children spent New Years the Chapter's work. Owenby were Roy Tyie Hall on .January 23 at 10 a. opment and:! beautification of I defensive driving course, sponsored -
of-the Christmas holidays at Clear- running Jigs Friday. two bass Eve in Fairbanks visiting Mr. MORTGAGE BURNED and Henry Hall, and the past m, followed by a covered dish SK-100 from the Bradfoid I by the Keystone Wom
water Beach. During their on Saturday and nine small and Mis. Jack Gavin and The new year started with Worshipful Masters. II luncheon. County line to( Lake Geneva. an's Club, will be held In two
PALMSSUNDAYS stay they visited Dr. and Mrs. specs with Betty on Sunday. family. an unprecedented event, and EMBLEM UNVKILDU The mayor said he and Councilman tlassts.! The first will meet
Cecil Hook, formely of Melrose Boats have been all over the Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shoen- one worthy of high praise for The silver emblem "O" was I Watkins have an appointment Tuesday and Wednesday Jan.
In their. new home in lake it was covered Saturday.The eman and son. Billy, recently the members and officers of unveiled by Mr. and Mis. S. to talk with Southern 16 and 17, from 1-5 in trie-
11:00: A.M. 7:30 P.M. St. Petersburg.Dr. specs seem to bite one day visited Mr. and Mrs. B. Svo- Melrose Masonic Lodge 89, E. Kennedy, who donated it Railroad officials In city hall. The second will meetat
and Mrs. Ernest Kyle pretty good, and not bite the boda In Daytona. OES Chapter 279. and the in memory of her father the Jacksonville about cleaning up Clay Electric on three
THURSDAYS of Lake George N. Y. were next. I'm hoping ,attar, this Miss Sharon Howell of Tal- EstreJljta) Club. In the. fulfil late David I Dave I Baker, who St. William's Sunday the railroad litht-ol-way. nights to complete the eight-
7:30 P.M. holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. weather settles down they'll lahassee spent a few days ment of ten years of service attended every Grand Lodge Mass, 9 a.m. Wedneiil.iy Mass -Promote with the State hour course Jan. 24 and 31
FUNDAMENTALBIBLE Louis Kyle; start biting good every day. with her niece Mr. and, Mis woik and progiammlng. The meeting until his death at the and' Novella 7 J>,m. Road Department the l'esuI'fa- from 7-10 p. m. and Feb. 7
TEACHING Miss Virginia Sullivan has Red Neal caught: around 12 Dock Tison and family. Miss Temple is now free and clearof age of 104. This large emblem cing and widening of SR-21 from' 7-9 p. m. Those completing -
returned to East Orange N. specs and 6 bass over the Jackie Christian of Micanopy debt. The mortgage was will be elected on the front of Community Church Rev. from Magnolia Lake t'aik en- the course will be
Ices In The J. after spending the. holidays the temple. The large directory trance to Melio&e As did SR-
All SOT Held weekend.Mr. spent last week with her cou- discharged In December 1967. Leon F. Mllner, minister. Mrs. awarded a certificate.
New Bible Center with ,her parents Mr. and and Mrs. David Rape sin, Vicki Tison. andi on January 4, with the on the lawn was given George Canova, gani.it. MM 100, now ,being widening -Councilman Fox told the
Mrs. John Sullivan of Nel have been getting some nice We were sorry to hear that assistance of members of the through the efforts of the William Warren Secretary. through Keystone SU-21 near Council that a 20 fot stretch
son's Point. specs. Mrs. Maggie Steinert was tak- Eastern Star Chapter and Es- OES chapter. Sunday:: School 9:.0 r. m Keystone has been forgottenby of side walk In front of the
-.-- The residents of Nelson's Mr. and' Mrs. T I.. Norwood en to the hospital last Friday. trellltas, the Masons served a OES MEETING NOTICE Morning Worship 11 a. m the SRD Staines said It Les Beaslev home was torn
Point wish to express their entertained with three tablesof I She is in Room 316 at Alach- fried chicken dinner to an enthusiastic The Eastern Star Chapter Nursery at. 11 a. m. service appears. up when water lines were In-
sincere thanks to the city for bridge Friday night. Those ua General Hospital. crowd, including meeting of January 16 will be only. I -Sponsoring an area-wide stalled. He said the walk had
the naw light that brightens enjoying the evening were: Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Robersonof families of members and Friend's Night with hostessesfor Lakes Club or Council to Improve been repaired with a 20-foot
JEYSTONEHEIGHTS up the path to the Point. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil O'Brien Port Orange spent the special guests. the social hour being -Rplncopai6t. the Image of the Key- slab that is neither smooth or
Mr. and Mrs. .J. O. Hanson weekend with his mother, Worthy Patron Hector Own- Hazel McKay, Gertrude Houser. Anne's- Rev\ William stone Heights and lakes region. level with the existing walks.
.'vyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy'INDIAN Mrs. Stevens, Mrs. Husbands Mrs. Ada Roberson and other bey served as master of ceremonies Geraldine smith, and Ruth I. Jones, Vicar. The mayor said he has The' city will not except the
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williamsand relatives. and the Invocationwas Mitchell. Friends of other Morning Prayer and Sermon taken this item as a personal repair job, Fox stated.
BEACH their daughter and son- Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Perry delivered by Cha.plaln', chapters will receive special 2nd and 4th Sundays project during! his two yearsin -Fox also announced that

in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Tim- scent the holidays in Toccoa Leamon Ward. recognition. 9:3O: a.m. (nursery open.) office.. ... four street signs have been
mons. Mr Williams won high Ga visiting their son and Ownbey expressed pride in CHICLE: NOTICES Holy EucharlHt and sermon otarnes sara ne oeiievea purchased from the City of
Lain Santa Fe) prize for men. Mrs Stevens for daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.I what had been accomplished., Circles of the Community 1st and 3rd Sunday. 0:30: A many Improvements can be Starke for $1250 each. They
By; : MIch el H. ChlttyMu the ladles and Mr. Hansen I in ten and muchof made without additional taxes. 'will be Installed and it will
Charles Perry and family. years gave Church Women will meet on m. (nursery open), Church
MELROSE 476-2171: got the booby prize. Mrs J. T. Green will spend the credit to the dedicatedand January 15 as follows: Mrs. School, 9:30: a.m. "Holy Eu. The mayor said he took the be determined whesther the
&& & & &&&A & &&& The big news around the this weekend in Gainesville] hard-working chapter Turknett's Morning Circle at, charist. 8 a.m. each Sunday. opportunity Tuesday night as citizens prefer the reflector-
Robbins' home is that1 daughter taking care of her grandchildren -. ladles. 9::30 at the home of Mrs. Evening Prayer, 7:30: p.m he presided over the openingof type signs to( the concrete
BUSINESS Hello theie this is your Judy Weber got engagedover while their parents. Dr.: In the summer of 1956, Mis. John A. Williams on Brooklyn each Sunday. CYC. B.30; p.m the year's business becausehe type which cost the city $20
"bout hadditt" rollingreporter the holidays. She is en- and Mrs. George T Singleton! Sara McDonald as chairman Lake with Mis W. F Wilsonas I each Sunday. does not often have a each.
with sad news. Many of gaged to Carl Thomas whose are away. organized the Estielllta Club. co-hostess. Afternoon Circles Dally offices of Morning chance to address the council.He -Tony Baker said trees on
DIRECTORY our lends (including! me] parents live in Jacksonville.He ,Vlrgle Rowe and son. Danny and received approval of the meet at 1::30 p m.Mrs.Sara and Evening Prayer, 8.0O; .-mend promised to "do every- the city's planting in the Airport -
have been feeling poorly lately is working In Ft. Lauder- and Chester Wesley spent Grand Chapter of Florida. McDonald's at the. homeof A.:00 p.m. thing in my power to make are still being damagedand
because of the Flu. If dale. "We certa'nly' want to last Wednesday In Orlando. This is a club of both active Mrs. Robert Dodd with this a pleasant place In whichto that he has requested a.
you're fortunate enough' to wish them the best." There was a buslnes meetIng andi. Inactive members of any Mrs. Herman Schroeder as co- -.8.P&Ja&Worabip live," The mayor said Key- meeting with the party re-
BEAUTY SHOP have missed it, please take All the Robbins childrenwere of the Melrose Woman's, Eastern Star Chapter, and hostess; Mas. Thomas Nor- service : Sunday stone is blessed with a few, bponslbile and has been unableto
care of yourself. You mightsay home during the holidays Club last Wednesday. Mrs., the main purpose Is to work woods' at the home of Mrs. LI a.. m.. 7:30: i'). m. [miner) problems, compared to many get one. Chairman Watkins
your rolling-reporter ask and had a nice visit. Witherspoon presided and the for the good of the Masonic Jack Haberstioh with ')penJ.] areas which are congested.:!' said he would! look into the
ed for It, but at least I got off Gary Weber worked In Wool- hostess were Mrs. Harriet order In all projects, particu- Bernard Slocomb as -MrS'j Sunday School. 9:45: ... m Chairman Watkins after matter.
KEYSTONEBEAUTY easy [so far]. Uncle Alfred worth's at Jacksonville duringthe Rice Mrs. James Lackey and. larly of a monetary nature. tess. Mrs Walter [nursery open]J. Training Ontoil. being unanimously le-clected
SHOP and Mr. Waters came down school holidays. BUly Weber Mrs. Lou Neefus. About 40, Thus, they became the spon- the home of Mrs. Bert Christ- ttJO: p m. Inuroery opotil, ]
and went fishing last TUesday. and Mike and ,Ricky Poland people attended. The next soring order of the Masons on offers with Mrs John Oillls, Rev. Lawrence Carroll
and I went back to spend a came down to the. Rob- 17. the building mortgage. Al pae1Iot'. -
Edttta Jon.o. OWBWA meeting will be January as co-hostess. Mis. LagasWe's -, I
P.r.ons few days with Uncle Alfred. bins' over the weekend and Duplicate Bridge I There are 12 charter mem- at the home of Mrs. =" : REIJ
Friday. We got up and went Gary spent the weekend in Winners of the Melrose Duplicate -. bers, with the first officers Henry Mlckle with Mrs. JamIes Lutherrn -
Craatlvw fishing in Lochloosa In 40 degree Lutheran Church of Keystone
Jacksonville.Mr. Club last week being Chairman McDonaldand Cook co-hostess Rebec-
Bridge as
Hair 8tylisgInv1du.1 That's here _ __ __L__ ,
weather. ana Mrs. ""1. o. oumia were: Mrs. Paley Boyd and I Secretary-Treasurer Vera cas (Mis. William Warrenchairman Heights;; Vlcv Richard
.. Beauty pu.m. this week's poem came from. and family of Jacksonville Mrs. .John Strawn. 1st place; Ownbey. Under approval of ) meet at 7:45: p m Meyer mlniHter. I
.rr Form of Beauty Culture Uncle Alfred and I both end- were down over the weekend Mrs. W. .J. Orollck and Mrs. the Giand Chapter. the flrsjti\ with Mrs. Van Mllner, MeetIng Divine worship Sunday 11
Open Tne .-Sat. 9-4; ed up sick and as far as fish and enjoyed fishing. elected officers Mrs
some R. W. Kldd. Mrs. Roland Bry- were: place for the MghtengalesI I a. m. Holy Communion 2nt
do *d Monday go; Uncle Alfred caught a As I mentioned before an and Mrs. Ray Starnes tied Louise Perry. President; Mrs. I Mrs Charles Wallenlus.
Sunday of each. mnenum.Services .
mudfish and a few shiner-size there are many of our friends for 2nd place;; and Mrs. Mark Lynnle Schroeder Vice Pres- chairman] not decided at this 1
CONCRETE bream. Mr. Waters caught a down with the Flu..Some of W., Emmel and. Mrs. R. W. ident; and the. late Mrs. Edith reporting. held each Sunda
Warmouth, and I never had a them are: James Chitty Fountain. 4th place. Thornqulst Secretary-Tieas- CIIUKCII NOTICES : at St. Anne's IlsCUIC.! .,
Hawthorne Concrete, bite. So we wasted our time George Barton Betty. Dee Volunteer Fire DepartmentThe urer. Stewards of the Community Church, Keystone ieigbuw
and caught the Flu to boot. Dee and Bunny Morris, Lou Annual meeting of, the MASONIC LODGE HISTORY ..
& Supply, Inc But like true fishermen, we Miller, Jean Ball Mrs. Earl Melrose Volunteer Fire Department -: Melrose Lodige No. 89, F. & .
RED went again the next day. but Voyles and Peggy and Art will be held Tues- A. M, was chartered on Jan.i "
MIX this time In Santa Fe. In all. Wheeler. Almost everyone has day. January 18, at 7:30: p. m. 20. 18a9. and met In a small w -,
CONCRETE we trolled about ten minutes it in some form. "We wish In the Episcopal Parish House. building in Melrose under' "
Uwy. 20 W. Hawthorn and caught nice specs, then you aU a speedy recovery." The agenda will include the which the lodge was chartered Whirlpool!
4SI-28S2. 2031 we had motor trouble We had Well due to illness the nomination and election of officers and still carries the name ;
to drift. because the motor. news Is slack again this week.I and directors for 1068. On Jan. 16. 1960 the Keystone
NURSERY_ would not troll and we only i certainly hope you feel bet- For information of mem- lodge buldlng was dedicatedand
caught' seven more the whole I ter soon and, take care of bers there Is a division of responsibility still carries the name. On
O.C. Garnet Nursery day. Even Grandma Copeland yourself. You better try to get between the Mel- Jan. 16 1960 the Keystone

fttwmy 1M, P1nUi< n2S couldn't catch 'em. out and catch some of those lodge building was decldated t'TI6Onlyat. .
HUM lUll of Stark Also on Saturday my father specs while they're biting, I on land donated by O. E.
Nunery Stock Thouuaad* James my brother, Wayne am. So until next week; takeit Trjlng to pull a trick. Wiggins and the late Ed Lar-
of Plants A :mitt TTM to and A. D. "Doc" Vincent of easy and keep fishing. Now Aww. he caught a mudtflah. son I then State Treasurer.] $ What Place Could be Safer
boo** from. Nice Shad Tre c, Orange Park. went duck huntIng here's Leeon. I That's all that he knows how. In these 11 years, money $239.00
ltverr-rHNI A Landscape and got five. Saturday "A Cool Fish Storr But he was still excited raised by the EstrellIta and To Keep Valuables] than a Bank -
Plant. All In container evening. Father went back Here I sit a fish In' He bellered like a cow. the Masons and Eastern Star,
Plant anytime. CamalHM It with Michael Howard of Freezing half to death. Mr. Waters caught a war- amounted to just under $8.- With VVorklnR Trade OUR BANK!
az&lee.L Stance and his cousin. Paul My teeth are nolsely clicking mouth 000. The StarkeKeystoneMasonic
Brown of London England I smoke with every breath.I And It fairly good size. Shrine Club a Sale Ends Jan. 30
Let .. de :your landscaping was gave At Our Bank there is, a Safety Deposit Box in a
but they did not kill any. wonder how in the world. But the water was so cold.It donation of $815.
Phone 60-2 lBS
need nest
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your that Your
Saturday night, Otis Melton nice. No Frost
This lake can look so had icicles on its eyes.I EASTERN STAR HISTORY I
USED CARS and I went to the Drive-In we As cold as it is out here should've never came OES Chapter 279 was instituted Valuables! are completely Safe when you leave
had, to leave the window down It should be solid ice. Out in this ole cold weather. on Nov. 18, 1959 with,. ill One Year Service: (hem in Our :.Modern Vaults.

for the speaker. and l the I don't know why I came. If Alfred hadn't begged me. I 3O charter members, and constituted -i I.
Hanks Used Cars weather got pretty cool. So I knew they wouldn't bite. Me and Corlne would've stay on April' 15. 1960.: KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember
BIG CASH DISCOUNT you can see why I said I ask- But when that fever strikes ed together. Present membership. Is 117 and \Wheelers Discount Appliances

TERMS ed for It. you Next time I'U .stay home, I I two members-Mrs. Ruth Olson F.DJ.C. Keystone Heights F1a.
BUY SELL TRADE Mr. and Mrs. David. Reid You'd even go at night. When the weather Is cold. and Mrs. Helen V Egan-
Between Melrose & I'h. 475-2101
Kej stone
Kt. 1 Box KMiry. > and children of .Jacksonville. Alfred's got a bite! I'll take my electric blanket. I have 60 year (plus] member "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
100 8 MUM 8. Btvka and Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Red- He better pull it quick. And you can have my pole. j ships. Ten of the first 18 Estrelllta "We Service What We Sell- Community."
r dish and children of St&rke It' probably just a cooler. J members were OES of-
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VyyvVvvvmyyyy yyyyyy Following services on Friday Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Baker MORGAK' CHAPEL I _

refreshments were served and family of Orlando' were ftJ.
Sunday School, 9: worn ,
and a social hour of fellow- Visiting her brother-in-law and
LAWTEY Worship 11. Training
ship was enjoyed. sister, Mr. and Mrs.Bill Goosb ing
15. Evening Worship
Mrs. J. E Norman, accompanied and other relatives and Union 6: __ ,
Wednesday Prayer Meet- e
By Bnca nzancartiAAAAAAAAAAAAAkAAAALA4 by Mr. and Mrs. Levi they all gathered at the 7:30.:
Boree of Middleburff, visited Goolsby home on Sunday of Ing. 7:30.:
her aunt Mrs. Polly Ward In last week for a family dinner. -Bb( I. Cooper, pastor.

Church A't.'vltles: Floral City during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Lee R Green
Grace Methodist Sunday Visiting Mr and Mrs. O. J. visited Mrs. Greens ,brother DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH

School 9:45: a. m., Worship Anders on Saturday was Mr. George Prescott of Clay Hill ''I BROOKEU .
11 a. m. and District Supt. Anders' nephew N. J. Strick- who Is a patient in V. A. Hospital Sunday School. 3 19 a. m.:
John Slkes of Gainesville was I land Jr. of Tampa.Mr. In Lake City. Mr. Green Morning Worship 11 ... m;
speaker for the morning ser' and Mrs. O. J. Putneyof has been very ill and we hopehe Training Union 6:30: p. m. -. -
vice.! \ : Jacksonville were visiting will soon recover. Evening Service, 7:30.: Rev.
First Baptist UndaY Mrs. Putney's mother. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Rollins Lacy Conway pastor.BOA' BAYLESS HIGHWAY'! R RAIFORD: BAPTIST NORTIISIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST

School 9:45: am.. Worship( 11 Mamie Putch on Sunday.Mr. of Orlando visited their BAPTIST. CHURCH CHURCH:: I CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH
a. In. and 7 p. m., Training and Mrs. O. J. Boyette grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Ed 'DRAIN BAPTIST
Union 9 P m.. Midweek services of Valdosta Ga. spent Fridayto May the first part of last CHURCH STARKE Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Sc'heJule'' of services: Sunday day'Schedule of services: Siui-I Sunday School. 10 .. m. Sunday School 10 a. m
Wednesday 7 p. In. Saturday with Mrs. Ed week. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship service. 11 School 10 a.m. Worship, 11 School, 9:45: a. m. Morn- Morning Worship 11 I. m- Morning Worship 11 a. m.:

Church of God Sunday Durban and Richard.Mr. We are pleased to note that Morning Worship! 11 a.m.. a. m.:, Training Union. 0:30: ,a.m. and 730; pun. Training Ing Worship, 10:45: a. m. and 7 p. m.-Rev. .Leland A. Evening Worship 8 p. m.J

School 10 a. m. Worship 11 a. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs. V. F. Helken Is on the Job Training Union, 6 p.m. Evening p. In.: Evening Worship, 7:30: i Union, 6:30: pro. Rev. Jack Training Union 6:45: p. m. Baker, pastor. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday
m. and 6:30 p. m. YPE Wednesday Terry and Joey of Jacksonville again after a few days confinement Worship. 7 p.m. Prayer p. m. SPrayer paator.KINGSLEY Evening Service 7:45.: Mid- Thursday Visitation 10a. 8 p. m. Sing each, Friday at 8
7:30: p. m. Prayer services were visiting his parents Mr. in Bradford County Meeting, Wednesday, 7 p.m1. Meeting. Wed.. 7:30: week Prayer Servlo* Wed- m. and 7 p. m. p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane pas

7:30: ( p. m. and Mrs. A. D. Dobbs on Hospital. p. m.; O. A. Meeting Wed., LAKE nesday, 7:45: p. m tor.

.Highland Baptist r...,Sunday Sunday.Mr. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. MADISON STREET 7:30: p...,m.; Choir Rehearsal. BAPTIST. CHURCH NEW RIVER BAPTISt
9:45: a. m., Worship Sappenfield regret Wed.. 7:30.: p. m.; Brotherhood Sunday School 9:43: M. m.Morning .
.. m. and 7:30: p.!'m., choir man celebrated their granddaughters learn that his mother Mrs. Sunday, Jan. 14 Sunday meetlh,. last Monday BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School. 10 a. A.
practice 6:30: p. m., Prayer first birthday witha Alice Sappenfield passed away School, 9:45: a m. Morning ,i tn "month. R T. David Union Worship 11 a. m. 8:1.: W. Pratt St. Sunday Morning WorshiP. il a. m. Sunday School 10 a. !Do
services 7:30: p. m. Wednesday.I family dinner on Sunday. on January 1 in Brunswick Worship at 11. Youth Choir Medelrospastor.. Training 0:15: p. m. services: Sunday School], 10 Training Union, 7 p. m. Eve- Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
:":The revival closed .Saturday Attending were her parents. Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Sappenfield Practice, 4:30.: Youth Choir Evening Midweek Service 7:30: p. m. .a.. m. Preaching. 11 a. m. ning Worship 8 p. m. Training' Union, 6:30: p. m
night with Rev. John Robin- Mr. and Mrs. Milton Coleman, attended the funeral. Supper, 5:45.: Training Union, HOPB BAPTIST? cnuRcnH Prayer Service Wednesday night service Dvenlng' Service 7:30.: Prayo
IOn of Black Pond Church in Mrs. Bill Powell. Miss Janet Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hen- 6:15.: WMU Prayer Circle, Wednesday 7:30 p. ra. Come Training Union 5:45: p. m. 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome. Meeting Wednesday, 7:3: *

charge.,Alter five evenings of Brown and Mrs. John Brown. son of Jacksonville were Saturday 7:15.: Evening Worship 7:30.: [ /.hwmr ,iott at ThereMJ; l let us worship together Evening Everyone Worship welcome: .I p.ElderA. m. .. L. Parker, pastor. p. m.-Rev. R. H. Button

(services with Rev. Earl Carpenter The honoree was presented visitors of the Sappen- Wed., Jan. 17 Prayer .SUnday.. : !! School. a. nju pastor.Hfu.BRONN.
IJ4rl'ISSUnday .
of Rlve ale, Ga. with a birthday cake decora- fields and Mrs.Dorothy White. Meeting Visitation 7:15: p. Morning Worship-11 a. m p, Flynn, pastor.FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST'
bringing a good message eachVentng. ted In blue and yellow topped( Visiting Mr. and Mrs: T. L. m. Church Choir Practice Training: Union-8:30: p. m. School, 10 a: 'm
Special music was with a single candle which Wainwright the first of last 8:30.Thurs.: Evening Worship 7:15 Morning Worship. 11 a.'re.servless 'm ,PRESBYTERIAN Sunday: Bible Study 10 : BAPTIST
furnished by the youth choir she promptly blew out. Every week were Mr. and Mrs. Frank ., Jan. 18- Sunbeams> p.m.: P {Booster Bartb: Sunday School 9:4A: a. JL a. m.; Miming Worship and Sunday School tf:43: a. :!I.
and choirs from,neighboring I one enjoyed the happy occas- Wainwright' and small daughter and GA meetings 3:30: p. m. Young" People, and Pray. Communion Service 11 a. m. Morning Workftip, 11 a. !Do
churches. ion. of Jacksonville and Mr. Wednesday Nlgnt :Grayer:! : Service].."
I and Mrs. Dan Wainwright and Services HeldWednesday Merle Services Packham.- 7:30: p. stor m. Rev. Worship 7 .... m. Midweek I Youth Fellowship, 6 p. Wednesday Worship serv-! Training Union 7:00: p. m.
son of Pittsburgh Pa. Choir Practice Wednesday. I Evening Service, 8:00.: Midweek
: I Friends will be pleased to Service, Wednesday- 7:30: p 'I|lice 7 p. m. Minister Jack P.
DeWitt.C. Jones Funeral Home BETHEL BAPTIST CHTJKCP I[a p.m. r Prayer Service. 7:39
learn that Mrs. Effle Mineris For Mr. Howard m.-Bev. D. 1.. XUzas0y. pas- Rev. Robert D. Burcft.. '
recuperating with her I t or.
S nday School.- II a. m
STARKE PHONE 964-6200 daughter, Mrs. Frank Wells In Joe Allen Howard 79, ofStarke Morning Worship, 11 ,.*. n 1 ..
Leesburg, where she is said to
died Sunday night In
Evening Worship, 7:30
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176 be getting on nicely. : p. n
the Bradford County Hospital
.Prayer Meetin, 7:30: p to.Wednesday.
Rental Services Florida Johnny Southern Tye has College returned to in after Blackshear a long Ga.illness.on Born Sept. 24 in, .-Rev, J. C. Hasten An Investment In Your Future

Lakeland after his holiday 1888 he had lived In the Law- pastor.

HOSPITAL BEDS CRUTCHES, WHEEL CHAIRS vacation Mr. and at Mrs.home.Albert Sap- his icy life.and He Starke was area a retired most far-of CHURCH OF GOO j I T .t. II e .10 ,11 et

penfield were visiting a friend mer and a member of the 422 N. Clair St.. Starke. I

and one time business partner Union Primitive Baptist Sunday School. 10 a. m. ......,.........

Etroy Beach.Kite Mr. Kite In recently Fernandina has Church.Surviving Ls his wife Beu- "p.ship m.Services.YPE; Wednesday.11 a. m., :p.War-j; c'gmwilmny 7&f TIttE'tk1ti iW .; rm flMt #. V'v;:: i: tittJjml;

been confined in RiventdeHospit.alln lah Manning Howard of ,Prayer Meeting, Friday! 7. m'l: :
Jacksonville. Starke; two sons T. L. Howard m.-Rev-1; *; a. 'Winianis pastor. -
Richard Durban who has 1, Jacksonville and MarcUS II NEEDED. .TIME FOR MEDITATION I
spent his leave with his mother Howard Gainesville; three
Come Sec Us! Mrs. Ed Durban left Tam- daughters, Mrs. Pauline Walker NOBTHSIDB BAPTIST t Is. .

l pa Thursday by plane enroute Jackson Mich., Mrs. Lu- I'M Every working Mother and housewife will admit Iliaf there Is never ertotigfr '1 i
.. to Korea where he expects to Located on BayMos ..an J1". ,
; I IpJ1," We make loan for be stationed for a year. cille"a.'" ; Blaginl and Mrs., West Faye Newton Hall.( way [SR 2251at] Raiford Rose :W 4 lime-time' for being the mother and wife shed like to be, time for mending. I'.'::i':::>::>:!

any worthwhile purpose Jacksonville. One step daughter [SR III. Services:' Hundu mw time for planning well balanced meal. Certainly never enough time to*meditate iti
CARD OF THANKSOur School, 10 a. m. Stand( WWiii God and His laws to. think and
44 Mrs. Gladys Sutton Jacksonville on on day by day happenings consider HiM
heartfelt thanks to all Miming\ : Worship 11
i One step-son Cecil a. m J.ftij? whether or how they affect Cod's plan for her life. .fiij:::: '"
$25 to $600DO who extended comfortingsympathy Manning, Baltimore, Md., two Training UnIon 6:30:: p. ox '.
and help to our brothers Mack Howard Evening Service ,7:30.: Mid !} !:d' One way for her to assure herself this time of needed J!*t1

YOUHAVE loved one during his hospital Starke; and Henry Howard Week Prayer Service Wedrtt- : W i meditation If to make it her habit to visit the church of her Mi1iIMd

stay. A special thanks to the Eulonla Ga.; five .sisters, Mrs. day, 1:3(1.: ( -Rev. Glenn 1-aw. choice each Sunday The quiet atmosphere of love and peace i:

-Too many payments hospital The family staff of and J. A.Dr.Howard Barry., Bessie Crews, Mrs. Mattie I hon"pastor. .1 i:::'::: and prayer will restore a feeling of oneness with God :id:
C .3 to make? Parmenter, and Mrs. Llnnle fM ...
l and His flan and give her strength for the work ;NI
4 Crawford all of Starke; Mrs.
-1; ; -Too many bills to A classified ad In the Telegraph I Nettle Crawford, Orlando; and I I f: j. ahead. *!iiiir! l

y ,pay?. brings results.WOMEN Mrs. Jessie Davis, of Jack- l Sunday School 9:45.: MornIng ;.. "8.still and know that I God 1
tavr sonville. Also surviving are"20 Worship.-11. Training' Un- .: Wt; I am Psalms' "2tJ..l.<) i!!;
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00 many ;
I grandchildren. ion, 8:IS. Evening Worship, Nn "lIe/( tettoreth' my soul"' Psalms' :23.3 1m:
coming: due? SUFFERWITH Funeral services were held 7:30.: I '<;':" :< .v "" ....
I : at 1:30: ( p. m. Wednesday In .Wednesday. Dec. 13The r F
Park Lane Baptist Choir '","1111
the Union Primitive Baptist
Let Us Help With Your Money BLADDER IRRITATIONCommon Churoh with Elders O. M. present the Christmas Can- !: .
Kidney or Bladder Irritations tata, "Night'. of Miracles ) Pe.tcO d-wc v'I
Problems affect; twice. many women at Yarbrough and B. H. Bawls
I men often causing tenseness. andn..rvou.n. officiating. Interment was in der the direction of 'un-I
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from frequent burning. I: l '
Itching' % Dyal Cemetery with DeWitt C. :Jone\. 7:30: p. m. .. -
;t TOWN FINANCE CO. )lose sleep II I'dSh::; :Headaches.. yu&may Jones Funeral Home In I lk / I'. /tviT1 + ,..
Bnrknrhes and feel older tired dopressed. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD I- ;:' ,
In such cases. CYST EX usually charge or arrangements. ,
226 N. Temple Phone 964-7449 brings, relaxing comfort by curbIng OF STARKE :c. "j T ;: (i'I; ,
rJ ': e'l'H' m-lil' 'urine and' easInKpain. ... !? ?h I' i AI
o t rtruir ulsn today.I *-
West \ 'dofl
St. and Rai I 7 : ,

.: .- '-- '. .- kwz', ford Road.
Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. Il VIi'
I JACKSONVILLE -: 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship; ""::iiirit. '..1\' !Hit Clxirch Is Sod oppoinlid ogmty 'In "IMioild C M

BUSINESS DIRECTORY i I 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00p. : I Iii i .. ::iii' .M.qI. for printing,'lie Ino.lidg .1 Nit,leo J V,m
m. Evangelistic Services. r :;.;iii:#::a;=i f for r.man and ol Hit dtmond lor,man to mpond ai: ::::

-- --- --- Wednesday: 7:39: p.n>>. MidWeek I : tM 'Ii., r* thai lo.. by ,loving kit, .ihbov'. Without, f "m

I II Prayer Meeting j ,_ _ ::.:::.:, ,Ve hUt grounding In (ho, Ins .1 Gad.M govim..* .'rJ, ::
ito\ Sales & Service I ELECTRIC PIANOS I Pastor: Rev. George Green. _ :rj .# ...nl.' wcitfy or way of III. will long JHrtivin 1: ::'
Jr. ': and the frndomi which wl hold M *'j\' ::

LANDROVER I For Musical AdviceC. ., ? ; ..__J_.. ".,vg .lour will, Inovltably piriih. ThesIsn.e \V 7 I Jii

Peavy Brothers CARTER NICEEstablished 3'N RADIO :SUNDAY SCHOOL T ..,, Ii' rim o ullhh p..1' vi...am ihould.lupporl f f:1:=l :,::1
.re 'h .Ifii.. Onmn for Iho uho of 'Ihl wilfon of hn! f TA 1
The World's Finest In Electric Co.ELECTRIC Radio Station WGGG. 1230 I,, .If ond hit family ifyond Cot' ,, h....". V,Vf!'::::
4 Wheel driven MOTORSSold.ServlcedRepalred j l f'?ri; I. I on your dial. 7:39: to 8 a. m.- 'c',., i : Z wiry patios inguld uphold and portlcipalo In I Ifhi M
Sold and ServtONl: ,by diln dia l _ 1 )1 gt'1 t:', ,
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Roberts' Chevrolet 4'' L 'V.. Church biciuii It Hill 'tho (ruth about 7moii'l *-"' .:',.
Green Cove Springs, 3033 Generators-Startera r # ., till diolh, ond drlliny. ; Ih. truth which tilono :!::,,1
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,Jacksonville 204-0600 Alterations 1948 FIRST METHODIST : ., .. -4 wll, in' him ,It," to Ii.. 01 a child,' oltod. Armature Rewind leg Chlckering- & .ChURCH STARKE .- '. i. :''I ':
4044 Lenox Ave. Sunday ... : I
Other Name BrandsPIANOS Church School ..w-i't -'-"" '=e< ,
I ", ..lunnvt11.. 'JW7-2K2S!!: 9:43: .. !'II ..: : .. u-- ."
m. Morning .
JEEp CONN ORGANS ; Worship "" f ''''' ...,.. ... fl
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2631 Park Jacksonville 388-8319 11 a. m.; Snack Supper forMYF. l fr- -.__L d M ''''f .-C...'"-........"..,.,.-: ...,.:,.,.-....-.it.,;
Vehicle MOTORCYCLESHONDA 6 p. m.: MYF meetings.
pep tVagonecr Station 'PICTURE FRAMES 6:30: p. m.; Evening Worship.

,Jeep Wagon Unlverftal. MOTORCYCLES i PICTURE FRAMING "'World Smallest' 7:30: p. in.Monday. MYF Sub-Dis This Feature Published in the Interest of a Better Community by the Folio**

'9 ,Jeep Gladiator Trucks ALL MODELS UNFRAMED PRINTS Gospel SingerTo trict meets In Lake Butler, I fag Civic-Minded Business Firms
O Authorized Service! I 7:30: p. m.Wednesday.
Approved Parts Merchants Green Stamps SPILLERS'GALLERY Appear Here Bible Study .
Open 8 A.M. .
7 P.M.
.4. Wheel. Drive :8 WIWI) I and Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.. Edwards Grocery & STARKE BUILDERS
Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri. SINCLAIR I' :
Drive Lowell Mason, blUed as 'theworld's m. SERVICE I
Open Salt8: A.M. 6 P.M. 1015& Pork St.-la Five Points
EDDIE BLAND Closed Sunday. &: Monday Jax: 353-8331 '1 smallest gospel singer Thursday Chancel Choir 'U Mkt. SUPPLIES, Inc.
CYCLES will present a "Revi'tl I I Rehearsal 7:30: p. m. -HAUL RENTALS
MOTORS, Inc. MOTORS Fires" concert at the FIr I Friday Junior Choir Rehearsal Featuring Ac Hardware
Truck Groceries
/ 653 W.ADAMSJACKSONVILLE 4949 Blaadlng Blvd. SEWING CENTER .Christian Church at 7:30: .tl ], 3 p. m. Trailer -Meats-Feeda Complete Faint SupplI
.,", 354-7751' JaeJr.soDVIIJe 771-8244, m. Monday. Jan. 15. Complete Lubrication Gas &: Oil and Sporting Geode
H.&N. Mason who stands only 46 I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
; Parrwh: Motors Inches tall. is currently recor STARKE Minor\ Tune-ups Ph. 964-5312 Starke, Fla. "CHBjCK.. WITH US FIRST

r MUSIC ISEWING CENTER ding for Dladen records and Is Opportunities of service: 709 Si Walnut'Ph. :219 Washington St. B64-A370'
Singer director of music for the Revival Sunday Sunday School,
BALKS Fires team, which has 9:45
: a. m. Morning Worship,
PARTS SERVICE Paulus Music Co. Auto Zig Zag been America.In conducting. rallies allover I I 11 a. m.. sermon: "And Ye DOYLE CONNER ( tik! Lawson Meat MarketAND
Are Witnesses of Thee
Band A String Instruments Like New I COLD
: Insurance STORAGE
Gibson Guitars & announcing the concert I Things. Training Union,. 6:15'1: Agency .
32 Years Aa A Dealer School Supplle.s-Inatructlon Amplifiers Console Model makes fancy designs here Charles Reese, minister p. m. Evening Worship 7:3O: OF STARKE. INC. w. Speclallc* ta Customfair. Jauptel'o :
of the First Christian Church, p. m., program of special music S-A-V-E .
Always Good Used Cars Roberts Recorders stitches, monograms,, Cutting Wrapplnr. .
said: "The Revival Fires team I I and observance of theLord's U.s. 301 NORTHPh.
931 Lanra St. Jacksonville" With Your Mutual Agent Prepared For Deep Frem
..I Phone 356.5634 Music lAbrary-ExptIrt: overcasts, sews on buttons, has led over 7.000 souls to Supper.MondayR..
Repair Department make button holes SL blind I Christ and had assisted in the A. Meeting. *: 222 N. Temple Ph. 964-7369 964-7600 Starke, Fla. :PHoNE: 86<&-701S9'
: BEAUTY ACADEMY 41 W. Monroe St. atltchea. No attachments planting of- 13 new congrega. p. m. Lottie Moon Circle. 7:30p. :
I Jacksonville 333-8417 tions." m. .
It t Demonstrators $64 or $6 per
American During the rally program VICKERY GARAGEs
8310 Beach Blvd. Tuesday Junior Choirand ,
,Jacksonville 808-3091 mo. Call Jax 771-1850 here. Mason will present a 60() Sunbeams, 3::30 p. UK I -BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
!. Hairstyling If. &: 'N. Sewing Ctr. minute concert of Gospel and I Primary choir, 4 p.'m.' 628 Walnut St. \ j
Academy sacred songs, and will conclude Wednesay! Prayer MeetIng Phone 964-6022 TELEGRAPHPhone
OPTICIAN I by presenting the work 7 p. m. Church Choir .. PESTONTROL 4
21 W. MONROEJACKSONVILLE of the Revival Fires radio and I Practice 7:45.: Complete Automotive
333-0391 WESTERN STORE television campaigns.The .
REPAIRSFor 961-6305
ThursdayBible Class 10
Singing Midget will be II
; a.rn.
: ; RiversideHairstyling here for one service only' Every Need-
Mr. Reese said. "All area -W. A. Hogan pastor.I fI Prlnting--OCCice Supplies .- & CHIMIW.( co.

.-i 4 t LITTLE DUDE churches ministers elders, Church Of Jesus Christ Of I ALTERNATOR SERVICE .

Academy /RCTCSSIOMAL/ OPTICAl Western Store deacons, and Bible Schoolteachers Latter-day Saints
In the area are urgedto 539 E. Call" St.
COMPANYPrescriptions: Starke Fla.
I :2639 PARK ST. "Where You'll Find Every- come In large delegations [416 East Call St.] I Charley E. Johns Phone 964-5745
JACKSONVILLE S8883S7Accredited : C Filled thing: For the Horse to attend this Inspirationalrally. Services: BRADFORDABSTRACT for FREE
I I C Broken Lenses Dupllcf.sd Enthus1aat'Western ." Priesthood 8:45: ; Sunday Agency Inspections & Estimates

Qualified Instructors Artificial Eyes Clothing Leather- School 10:00: s.cn.mentl 131 5. Walnut Ph. 964-0070' Company -
Modem Styling C Eyewear Specialists goods. Saddles and Trailers : 11:00.: .Shell Service
Adjustable Vinyl Book GENERAL
Monthly Classes Charles' Sharon Branch President' INSURANCB1f.eoctT 158 W. CALL ST. CARL
2 IS Laura St. Jax: S36-5S0.9 Petty Cover' All size 30 cents east But Nobody Undenelli HURST

. "Where.tomorrow's re trained" stylist 1034 Park St. Jag 334-118' 903 JiM-kwmille: So. Edgewood.HHt-1710 Ave.! i The "'...krdIp.. Dean Hanson 964-6378. ). Charley E. ,Johns<<>> ) ea l Starke, 'FI:,". ph. '9fii-6SSi i Hwy.301 301 S.&wait 100 ,ph.Btarm 964-6111


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J. a 4.A'.. .

.. THURSDAY JAN. 11. 1969

City League basketball will tlst Church: Monday night, 19S7 there were four fires and the extent of the Interest bent any claims. and demands
Colored Citizens be held Saturday in the RJE Choir No. 1 and Ushers Boar Zoning Group which burned 10. 4 acres of each of them in wild business winch you, or either at you, may
gym at 10 a. m. Mr. Jackson No. 2 la an follows: have attain the Htate of ("'Oltr -
at 7:30.: Tuesday r
NewsWFrilEATION asks all boys to be present night Choir No. 1 and 2 Steps Up Pace Set 100 HAKKV per cent UKUEN. D. D. fl", PA. r Deceased. lute of said HI-.IBBHOEK County to

and on time.Recieatlon. rehearse at 5 p. m. Wedne, 4 as 6yfy"A: Ua Signups For .sident.Bys/ r>r. Harry Gruen, Pre County the Oo<"Florida. at at his Bradford of rite,

activities are slay: night Prayer Meeting Of MeetingsThe '1968 Commodity Sworn to> and subscribed before In the courthouse of said county :
being held In the Recreation at Htaike, Klnrldn. within nix: '
NEWS Thursday night Story Haul C me this 13th, day of December calendar months( from the
Center fom 4 to 6:30: ( dally, and Ladles Circle. Filda Program 1967. of the first publication of lima thin
The Falcons defeated A Q Monday through Friday, and night Prayer Band, Bradford. County( Zon- leI A. B. Blackburn Jr. notice Rfiolt claim. Dr demand ,
,Jones Recreation Center of from 8 to 11 p. m. Friday and Saturday night, dinners ] JLt/ra gtarqess fur ing committee will meetIn Signups for participation In Notary My Commission Public Expires AUB shell utate the lie place In writing nf renldcncn, and shall
Gainesville and
by a score of 77- Saturday nights. All teenager be sold from the the courthouse tonight 1 the 1968 feed grain progam 23, 1970. peat office address. nf the "Inlrn-
89 last Saturday night and are Invited to come and enjoy Sunday School, 9:30.: CTnursday[ ] at 7:30: ( in the will take place concurrently 12/21 4t 1/11 ant and shall he sworn to by
will play the Earther White supervised activities. Parents Worship at 11. Youth( gY he was doing fine and Got first of a regular schedule ol during the period of February In The Court-Of The County the claimant..\and, any his such agent' claim his attorney or-
Recreation Center of Jacksonville are welcome. will be observed with twtce-a-month meetings until 5 to March 15, according to Judge Bradford County, Florida demnn"( not" Ill> filed,< hall be
had blessed him. Then a ,
430 this Saturday night at CHURCH NEWS youth In charge.-. ev. beautiful gift!! of earrings and the Job is completed. Chairman Leaton Morgan Jr., chairman In ReK Probate.In :! ..tate. of void/'"/ Parks. M. Carmichael
Mt Morlah Methodist McKay pastor. 1 pin in pink' setting, beautiful George Roberts said yes- Agricultural Stabilization and Cordary Baker JielbvrgeiDeceard. .-. Parks M. Carmichael AH AdinlnlHtrator .
The Hawks will play an opponent ) Church, Rev. H. P. Hudson terday. Conservation County Committee. !. Cum TeatamentoAnnexo
Greater Allen Chapel : cultured pearls. I wore themto To: All creditors and perHnnn of the Eatate of foil11ARY ,
who will -
announ- pastor Church School 10 a said the need for. The applications filed
Church Rev L. A. I church and everyone no- Roberts having claims or demands<< RAKKH!; HCIBERCJEU( ,
ced later The Falcon coach, m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. pastor. Sunday School 10 early enactment of countywide show the farmer's program against said estate: I loceaKed.
Mr. Jackson Is 1 ticed them Thenks dear You and each of you lOre here- < 1/4 alp 1-25
very pleased Funeral services for !Mack Intentions.The .
m. with Mrs. F. B. Delester l Westberry orlffls. I thought zoning is recognized and that by notified, and required] to pre-
with.Three their progress up to date. Coleman will be held Sundayat charge Morning Worship of the time I was there and the committee will meet on feed grain program for
games are scheduled 2 p. m. Afternoon servicesat 11. The first official ; : helped open his new funeral the second and fourth Thursdays 1968 provides diversion and
fpr next week Jan. 16 Anderson -
: 4 p m.Antioch, meeting will be held at of each month. price-support payments as
3 home. It will always 'be a That's Our
Recreation Center: Baptist Church, m. Evening service, 6 p. m. happy memory. The chairman said the well as price-support loans to GLASS Busines
Jan. 17, Macclennv Keller Rev L, A Thomas pastor
I find that growing old after group is ready to start actual program participants. Feed
High; and Jan 20 James Sunday School 10 a. m. with ryytyvv......v.. .. one reties Is the happiesttime zoning in the Lawtey, Brooker grain diversion payments will CALL WRITE VISIT
of JaCkSOn- Willie Brown in charge least I and Hampton districts: be available to all participantsin
of one's.llfe. At
ville. All games start at 7:30.: Morning Worship, 11 a.'m moment. and after these areas are 1968. FOR ANY GLASS NEED
HAMPTONBy am enjoying
Fans! are invited:! to attend Evening Service, 4 p. m. every completed, the Starke district:
and support your team. Bethlehem Free Will Bap- Now that I am. used to living will be tackled. He said that We Design Modern\ Store Fronts
alone I seem to ''be busy every -
Mrs.' Mary Williams moment about things I love zoning in the rural areas will Adjustable Vinyl Book I e Just Mail Us A Pattern For
GIVE THE PRACTICAL GIFT .. && A6AA. to do. I get so many letters.I attempt to agricultural work both ways interests -- Covers All size! 30 seats ev Table TopsSBEA'S
J iMr. and Mrs. Lynn talk to people on the telephone protect encroachmentof at Th T.1e.r..t.h. /II
and Raleigh Brannen New Year's Day afterI from the _
subdivisions. etc... as well as
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey returned from my two mile -- ----- --- Tins RIGHT' POUT for the GLASS CO.
walk, the Hale family my protecting already existing
WORLD'S In Jacksonville on way you write. Come In and
homes from the expansion Y
afternoon. neighbors, brought me over private of the poultry indus- elect your favorite ESTEIFBROOK "If It's Glass!' We Have It"
SMALLEST Terry Paladin of my dinner about 11:30.: Ham,
vllle. N. C. spent several sweet potatoes, green 'beans, try and other agricultural Interests GRAPH.. fountain pea. 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2.4353

ELECTRIC visiting Mr. and Mrs. ::: corn, peaches hot rolls, cot- .
Paladino and Mr. and tage cheese, and cooked cab. Roberts said) the committee
ADDING James Oreenlee. bage for good luck. It was hot will hold meetings In each of .
and I was hungry and It tas- the rural districts, to keep in NOTICE OF ANNUAL
The ones that are still
MACHINE A the Bradford county ted so good. I, said. "Thanks" touch with the wishes and MEETING OF MEMBERS Serving Florida
the people of those First Federal Savings &
needs of
are Lillian Ingenlath, before I ate. and for such
Public hearings will also Loan Association ofStarke, Since 1950
Thelma Atkins.Mrs.. Dee Saxon dear kind neighbors. I madea areas.
ulGKli.liiL Mill son's wife be held on the zoning regulations -, Starke, Florida. Said meetingwill
O. C. Cox Levi! blueberry pie. My a" &r,1ee 9ne.
me the berries. This is before they are fin- be held at the office of i 1 9 ,
and Glen Thomas Mrs. gave
i Jo Williams is In the how I made It, and it.was so ally adopted. the association, 218 North!)I ..., ..."... .. --- .....", ......
., General Hospital in GalnesvWe. good: Roberts said the committeehas Temple Avenue, at two o'clock
PIE CRUST FOR ONE PIE had a land-use map prepared In the afternoon, on Wednes- II

Mr. and Mrs Perl TWO CRUSTS: 2 cups sifted I and has made other. day. Jan. 17, 1968 Mrs. Carolyn CordiallyEaves
of Starke were supper flour; 1 scant teaspoon salt; : progress, but added that zon- Ruby Johns Secretary

of Mr. and Mrs Lynn 213, cup pure hog lard. Enough ing Is a complex matter and 14] 2t 1111 Welcomes
on Friday night. sweet milk to make a dough the group still faces many Representative

Mrs. Ruth Dyal Is ( you can roll out. I cut the hours of hard work before the MEETING OF TilE Ph 964.5[\12 You and Your
:: and salt In flour code is completed. STOCKIIOLDERSThe'
two weeks In Stockbrldge lard the until
122 N. SI r
with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harvey. It was only fine. Then add Stockholders of the. Bay Family to Your
the sweet milk to make a Rainfall Averages Community State Bank of I I Starke New Home

Phyllis Harrell Joined dough: you can roll.. A larger Starke will hold their annual i
4 brother-in-law and sister, piece I rolled for. the bottom.I .43 Inches Jan 1.$ meeting at the banking houseof
6 and Mrs. Frank Cahoon put in one cup of sugar witha the Community State Bank I, The State of FloridaIt
for weekend tablespoon of flour added The county average for of Staike Starke Fla. on
daughter, a
the Harrell camp In Then I put in a pint of frozen rainfall for the week from Saturday, Jan, 20, 1968, at 2 Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and
I little 'Jan. 1-8 was 43hundredthsof To Acquaint You With Your
on the Ocumulgee river. blueberries. added a p. m. City.If .
THE INDESCRIBABLE Unitrex M3 Mr. and Mrs. Frank more flour and a half cup an inch, according to the 14| 2t 1111'| ''

Compare these outstanding features! Large capacity of Jacksonville and Mr. water. Some pieces of butter. Florida Forest Service. you are new In the area. a phone
lists 10-totals 11, Credit balance fast (180 Mrs. Fell Dover of I wet the edge good then "Lawtey was the wettest FICTITIOr AKFin.irHARRY MA MR' STATUTE!)

cycles/min.), standard, roomy keyboard light even Carolina spent last rolled out the top made a place in the county with ORUI::-f. D. D. S. call will bring you a prompt visit
touch, size- no larger than a telephone, weighs Just with 'Mrs.:' K. W. Watterson.Mrs. flower with a knlife. I put on nearly an Inch [actually .9 STATK OF FLORIDA
8'/2' Ibs., well.placed motor bar. paper roll enclosed for Olle Hardin, a the top) cut the edge off after In.] reported at the Louis Hill COUNTY OP DUVAL, from your local hostess.!' Please give
T true portability handsome carrying case Included. A resident or Hamptan pressing the edge good. .I Tower. The New River Tower Pnnrnd(In this I before day. personally me, an/ offli-or np- I
sensational, quality-built portable machine for years of away last week and > pressed, a floured fork all reported half an inch and rain duly Biithuilned to administer her a call! She has maps and many
trouble.free service. TERMS AVAILABLE' services were held on around the edge to stick the fell at the Santa Fe Tower oaths, HARRY UHUCN.: DOS.
In Jacksonville ; crusts together. I wet the top ,but it was not measurable. who ,being and nyn first: duly sworn deposes free and wonderful gifts for you

with milk and baked in my Nb fires have been reported The name (of nil this persons from local businesses.
Only 109.50 In the has'ness. conducted, under
415 Took since Jan
at degrees. 1.
oven From( Jan. 1.8 In .
the frreiiolnir iUtltlous ,
TilE RIGHT POINT for I name
about 45 min It was !brown .

way you write. Come and Juicy, the way I like pie. i '-- ........... _- "
jjl Bradford County Telegraph and select' :your favorite I Mae tirac blueberry pie I ever : ""-

TERBROOK fountain pen. ate was ,at Clay Hill hen I

-TELEGRAM. I ter's visited home Gladys Anybody at Henry remem-Car FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE

(1'nrn Made Just for me: Whooped
I'y I .. .
0 ....I.T FTTT. HINTS: Need a
heavy wood curtain rod? Use

I :!, an old broom or mop handle ,STATEMENT OF CONDITION
and. cover with adhesive paper I
knit garments that shrink
k can be stretched back to size DECEMBER 30, 1967 ,
1 by a pants stretcher or card I)

I board cut right.

God bless you all. Happy ,-
New Year I ResourcesLoans
NO CASH 'NEEDED P. S. It was 24 years ago

for qualified this. year I started writing and Discounts
property owners this column. :

4 That' right I Trwra'i no shortage of mortgage .. I Brooker Suit Less Reserve for Losses on Loans 12,335.82 $2,984,797.53
money when Jim Walter builds your
new home..100% financing I It available to :
qualified property owners building homes To Be Heard Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures 292,296.83
through the Corporation. Choose from our (

...,'I'?....._rnore..than"OOY.21.high w quality low cost homei. January 26 Other Real Estate Owned 1.00

.. Prepaid
The civil suit brought by A. 1,043.60
1TIIIIKSIB, : F. MoDavld against the Townof ,
t ;l + f rrhtdk'I Brooker will be heard Friday Accrued Interest & Income Receivable 36,519.36U.
I ""ar; ri Jan. 26, by Circuit Judge'
'feat.. 11711; ea George L. Patten.In S. Government Securities 1,335,007.67

.. his complaint. McDavid
t i asks the court to direct that Florida
County & Municipal Bonds
excluded 1,061,945.89
:! land he owns be

Brooker from the contending corporate limits that he of I Other State & Municipal Bonds 546, 150.61

r + derives no benefit from the

\ TM a e.dre.m WINDSOR town's action in bringing his Cash on Hand & Due From Banks 363,526.03 $3,343,149.56
f lands within the city limits
and that he should not haveto
Build the Jim Walter
way pay town taxes. TOTAL .. a $6,621,288.52
Terry McDavid of Lake Cityis
.S it's practical serving as attorney for his

Budget planning' Is practical and Jim Walter unique horn owner*' plan helps you maintain your Pierce father, in of the Starke action., is ;'attorney George

budget by allowing you to purchase your home built to virtually! / stage of completion-offering you i for Brooker.
1 the opportunity: to make big dollar savings by doing some of the Interior finishing yourself. You may purchase :
l packages of Interior finish materials and Install them yourself. purchase them Installed by) Jim Liabilities
1,1" Walter. or make your own arrangements for Interior completion Sure It's work but the saving worth CC Manager .
( while and saving you money I li the Jim Walter way. ComplimentedBy Capital Stock 'f i
Whether you choose the basic shell home or ono more complete,everything Is financed 100%.Stop by your 300,000.00 ,
',; nearest Jim Walter office today and check the Jim Walter way.That new home Is practically yours. Local Church

Surplus 500,000.00 ', ,
Chambers of Commerce I
don't get too many bouquets, Undivided Profits
r WIEKINDS VACATIONS RITIRIMINT so a congratulatory card received -'' 23,542.56

asir I.aSp ,, this week by CC man-, Reserve for Contingencies .

I ; ger appreciated.The P J. .Novak( was doubly! 121,172.60 944,715.16

iG}t card was Individually Reserve for Taxes Interest Etc.
al -{ signed by Rev. R. H. Butler, 29,950.27
< pastor, and members of the :
c .,. f Calvary Baptist Church, and' Interest & Income Collected, Not Earned 89,417.46
Ste" ek W tTMNAVIN? said: I'
"Dear Mr. Novak: We, the Deposits
The esteem/ $5,557,205.64
members of Calvary Baptist I'
,-. Call Write or Com t>u Todatl.JmWzfcr Church would like to tell you'

; how much we appreciate the I TOTAL .
a a $6,621,288.52FLORIDA
PiJIM\ WAITER CORPORATION beautiful window you have I
f I { fixed. We would also like to
"" -"- y&S l2Suss5Wl I would Ilk* to know man about your building end say we are proud to have a1 I
: :. : : ;;-. r i # j.-:: ,
.. "
i financing plan. Please rend mt a ADI Ofl ON SUNDAY I tntwntad In a, .. ,
The lighted window: In the
O Ham 0 Cattag Chamber of Commerce office I

NAME depicts a "Peace onEaith"
theme for the new
3381 Went Ucmer" Street I ." ., .
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II CITY _STATE_ year, and is one of a series r' -
i P. O. llox: 6318 Phone 388-1.183 I T.I.phon. I ( Mr. Novak started during the :Bi1I'N-K: : AT. 'S.1 ''AIC:

OCALA, FLORIDA :32670(>> Myprap.nybioem.din* fj* Mty. I A e, Christmas season -- ." : : !
P. O. Box. 914: 3001 So. Pine St. fverywhere
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Phone: (HiJ-8118 "'.. .. J r..k.. Adjustable Vinyl BookCov..r. One of 30 Banks of the Florida
s ChKt. ?. Mt4iU. f *""* ,ln* J I .. All slim 30 cent eaat I National Group Member\ Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
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