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 18, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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By calling: a special 10-day session on educationGov. e tr w. "

Claude R. Kirk has tactily admitted his responsi- "" '.: I

,bility to formulate a program he is willing to accept as .. ',r........, City Board
a guide for, legislators,:Diat. 16 Rep. Eugene Shaw says. : ... I .
Having the benefit ox recommendations +

from. a legislative "
study committee and that be changed to make ,"
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Despite protests which j |
the Quality Commission of education more efficient. "
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education, Cloy Kirk, should "I don't forsee any legislative ,, i prolonged discussion al- ;nr
make specific proposals to the tax proposal; to raise more UF Pres. To SpeakAt most two hours the Starke 71\

Legislature for the restructuring than $250 million," Shaw City Council moved Tues :

the Minimum Foundation says, "But we could put new day night to rescind the .,,!
Program together with rec- programs on the books and volume power rate for |11
ommendations of financing make them effective at a later CC.Fete Tonight '
users of over 6000,000 kil-
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needed Improvements, Rep. date-thus delaying financing -
Shaw feels. which would be impossible at owatts per year.
"If the Governor refuses this time." U of P President Stephen several<
the Legislature should go The Bradford House mem- O'Connell will speak to a :
home," the Bradford House ber also frankly states that pocked; house at the 21st annual olished the special rate of
member says. the special session will really Chamber of Commerce 1.75 cents per) KWH given I
Main problems the Legislature mean a sacrifice on his and a. u 'banquet tonight, Jan. 18, at volume users after the first t
faces Jan.2 9 is financing many other legislators' part. the Starke Golf and Country 2,000 KW each month. The '
proposed new education programs Therefore, Show Bays, he Is Just Good Clean FunIt Club. rate will end with the April
making needed structural going to Tallahassee Jan. 29 "We have exactly 200 steaks !billing when the only two
changes in the MFP. with an open mind "but I came under the heading of "rr..t and recreation," but thin assault.. bout and 200 tickets sold." Cham- users affected to date, the

dealing with. Oov. Kirk's proposal want to see some concrete race appeared to be anything-" but that In'the below reeling. tempnraturn and. ber (Manager Pete Novak< has .' 'r Holiday Inn and the Bradford

to place a combined: things done for education." tiff' fate< that blew across. Klngiley lake. !Monday morning At any rate, thrum* announced. The banquet has ArrI County Hospital, ,iwlll begin .
package of financing and wants, 'Orpal'tlsa.n been sold out for week 1
Shaw no political over a paying two cents per KW no
jmVji"of* tint 82nd Airborne Division. took It all In the apish l el nm, and this Nth t \
structural changes on a referendum fight "If this play: and there is no room In the matter what volume they use.
and finally, a walkoutby persists the extra session will, way, some of them. sprat their: first and only day of 1..1I'lire'' while In field; club house for another chair, : Th move came on a 3-1 vote |

the state's teachers. not be a success." training. here. according to Novak. Y. on a. motion by councilman 1
Shaw attended the Legislative O'Connell a former justiceof Gerald Williams. It was opposed I

which Weekend drew 29 of In the Sarasota state's Hill Youth N. C. Troops Find Florida ColdThe has the drawn Florida the Supreme largest Court crowdin i } + Jimmy 'only McRae.by Councilman

48 senators and 78 of 1>19 Clay the history of the banquet, r Others speaking against rescinding
House members. The Bradford which begins at 7 p. m S
representative thinks as manyas possibility i that other our home base Fort[ Bragg by crowning and spreadingclay Another highlight will be the volume rate were
75 per cent of legislators Hangs Self brigades. of the 82nd Alrbourne N. C.I this wouldn't have to help stabilize. the san- the presentation of service former Holiday Inn ManA&erDavkli
feel the way he does about Division' might train at Camp been possible in the blizzards dy soil. A road was also built awards In four categories: Coats, Chamber of Com

the special session-that It Is BlandIng later this year waa they have been having up around an already existing Community Service, Good Stephen C. O'Connell merce Manager Pete Novak,
doomed to failure unless the The body of Michael Leo voiced by Col. John T. Carley, there." trail, and' two single-span Citizenship, Humanitarianism and Mayor Carl Hurst who
Governor lays down a courseof : Vierllng. 20 of Clay Hill, was commander of,the 2nd Brigade, Col Carley said that Bland- bridges constructed! to give and Civic Organization. was a member of the'council
action for the' legislators.. found 'Tuesday morning In a as Oils men and officers com- Ing is well suited for field !better access, to the Stevens Dr D. W. Whlffen will ,be installed as C of C president which estaJbtlHhed the special
Shaw feels the Legislature ,thickly wooded swamp area, pleted ten days of rugged field. training since much of the Lake area. In .the reservation. for 1963 He will succeed H. H. rate in 1964. The Hospital y
would pass a $2'50 million education after the youth) bad ,been reported training Tuesday. 'teiralne. with thick undergrowth The Engineers also,, cleared al.OOOHfoob Man Found I Pat] Everett, manager of the 'Board was not represented .at.
financing program well lakes and extension to one of Florida Hydrocarbons Plant. the meeting.
missing from his homo Col Carley said he was around the! '
would take C the runways on. the Camp at Brook, and David Coats, "Personally, I feel 'like,' right
which a one-cent since Monday afternoon pleased with Blandlng as a streams, is similar to that Dead In Home
Increase In the sales tax plus Clay County Sheriff. Jennings training site ,and would dcfiiUtWyffewmmBiKJ.tt found In Vietnam. About 60 Blandlng: airfield.! The projects former manager of the Holiday here In ,this room, you 'have
all existing exemptions except, '' ,were .coordinated,.'with < Inn here, who both served stalemated! the growth of the ,
Murrhee said that Vier : to the per cent oi-persunnel.ln..Lhe! : ) A 'l,?- Negro man
; for feed, seed fertilizer, and ling had, apparently banged two other prigadee) of the 82ml. brigade are, veterans- ".t.--I.he, \ !, W Hood, forestry supervisor John R. WUwMVi, ..tt*..found .' in 11)87.) EVerett" took over City of Starke and I'm sorry
advertising.But himself by a rope' suspended for their exercise! ,Vietnam righting. for Camp, Blending dead in hit home In the 900 when Cents was transferredto for that," Coats: told the council

the local House member from a tree, within half a "It's been cold, and not Just Camp Blandmv 'has ales=' The bridges/ were constructed block of Cherry Street in Mississippi. as discussion ended and be
points out the Legislature. mUe of his home. Murrhee what we expected to find In benefItted from the stay' hereof of timber supplied; by the fcjturke at 7:30: p. m. Saturday. Theme for the meeting Is thanked the board for listening!
passed. 64 bills pertaining to said there was no evidence of Florida... Col. Barley said In .the 2nd Brigade and.,tU Florida. National Guard, and Jan. 13 by Starke Police. "Things Look Great for 68". tn the Holiday' Inn'a Md .
education in the last session foul play and the death wa commenting) on the 'weather! support units. The, 307Ui Engineer clay for the surfacing of roads Chief Bobby BlgKS' said police Noegel'a 301 restaurant is A letter from the city (bond
and 48 were: vetoed by theO termed suicide. was also supplied by the catering tIle affair which includes -
and VI Bill
since the Brigade arrived here Battalion the went to Wilson's home trustees was read by Councilman -
Governor's position now Hill since last, summer mov of Col. Carley said that injuries the menu. Mrs. Loyree Coco-
day; that; we couldn'titriln from 10 to 15 miles had Inquired about him at the recommended rescinding the
should be Indicated through ing there from Jacksonvillewith "If wetJi< been back atArchitect graded road in the reservationof and Illness among. the police station. Stone told officers mIse hat donated 30 dozen rate. The trustees the
recommendations to the Legislature his parents, Mr and MM. : men had been at a. minimum Wilson had not been roses for the occasion with special ,
Shaw repeatedly said. Herbert Viet ung. ,who had during their stay here and seen for several days. Nancy Roberts of Nancy's letter said, voted unanimously
Nor is Shaw particularly purchased one of the Lane Sa V"Co.uJthouse that it had been "very enjoy- Flowers completing the arrangements for the move Olio Jan. 2 aftera
taken with the Quality Commission houses on State Road 218, I able training" for the brigade. Wilson was !found on the George Sorsoun full discussion In which thepower
floor by his bed. The body of "Be Our Quest" Publishing plant expansion and additional -
on. pro- They were engaged in the The airborne troops were
posal to establish a super- chicken business, and the disappointed because their was pronounced dead-on-ar- Company has donated the costs were taken Into
rival at the Bradford County
board to administer the state's youth had been helping< with Plans Due planned airdrop ''upon arrival Hospital Biggs said Wilson printed programs. consideration

schools and an appointive chores around the place shortly had to be ,cancelled !'because had apparently. been dead ,for Exactly 200 guests, public !But the biggest factor, re
state school superintendent.Shaw : before his disappearanceabout of weather conditions. For officials and Chamber mem- peatedly cited by the councilmen
several days
points out all the 4 p. m Monday. their return ,to Fort" Bragg, 'bers will be in attendancewith were figures drawn up!fey
board's 27 members would!: be When he filled to return Complete By March 31 the men :will be picked up by Cause of death'was a stroke, some from as far away City Auditor INed Soott who
appointed by the governorand home the sheriff' office was C130 transports at Cecil Field." the Police Department said. as New Jersey, fixed the coat of producing a

would break down the notified about 10 p. m., and a 'kilowatt of current at 1.65

elective cabinet system. search was organized and Plans for.Bradford County's new courthouse should cents. Scot?* figures pushedthe

Those structural changes continued until 2 a. m. Tuesday fee> ,complete by the end of March and the bids can be -- anticipated coat after the
would require 315ths| vote since The search was resumed
they are constitutional chang after daylight, and the body asked at that time. Architect Frank George told the I power plant, expansion still
es. This Is where the governor was discovered about 11 o'- County.Commission during: another work session last higher to 1.79 cents per KW. I
Williams said that, using theauditor'
proposes the financing bill *e clock.: Thursday, Jan. 12.
tied so it would also be up to Sheriff Murrhee said that no After being In the mill for revenue certificates. backedby projected cost figure \
thereby relIeVIng motive had ,been given for the of 1.76 cents per KW, current
the people more than two years the new race track tax funds. Est!
the governor of the necessity youth's action it was reportedthat 'courthouse Is expected to begin mated cost of the building fa) costs Ole city more to pro-
of breaking his no-new- he appeared upset when becoming a reality this $075.000. It will be built on duce and distribute then the
tax! pledge.As wind kept blowing some tar spring.: The architect went the former American Legion city has been selling it for
do many legislators Rep. paper he was nailing to a over preliminary plans for the site on Nai: th Temple Avenue under the special rate. He then
Shaw feels the financing and chicken house, shortly beforehe building once\ .again, this time Prior to discussion the made his motion which was
structural changes should be left flame with emphasis on the mechanical courthouse the Board took the promptly seconded by Councilman -
separate bills. The youth vas born at Rice 'aspects Of the building. following actions: Torn Nolln.
As to a walkout by the Lake Wis. on March 25 1947. An engineer; William L. Trlb- Directed County Attorney But Councilman McRae In-
state' teachers Shaw admits and was a member of St. Ed- ble.'-al80 -consulted with the T. A. Yawn to take steps to mediately! raised objections:
that the 1390 million he sees ward's Catholic Church, of board on the plans.: open a. road which ha .been "If we take the auditor's
being passed is only part of Starke. Tribble. at the request of fenced off by a property owner word a" final (nbout production t
what the Florida Education Besides his parents be to Commissioner 'J. M. Norman. Road Foreman R. E. Jones coats) I think we should
Association asks. survived by one brother Daniel -' Is to furnish figures comparing said. a fence has been put up fire our engineer"
But he Is quick to point out Vlerling, of Jacksonville: the cost 'of Heating the In the middle of a graded
that there are many things two sisters Mrs.' Sharon Oar- new building with gas or fuel road, off the OrlfJla LooP Reynolds

ner, of Beaumont Texas and oil. That la.a; question which road and that 'A. W Brown r'' Jacksonville, who recommendedIn
Mary Louise .Vlerllng. of Clay hat,never been settled by the has protested the action.! Jones 1964 that the volume rate
The CommunityState Hill said. the road In questionhas
bA placed in effect for large industrial -
Funeral services were j held
Bank The engineer .also brought been maintained. by the t R f
at 10 a. ,m. Thursday in, St. for consideration what county for 20 years. users.
up Hurst. Novak, Coat
Edward's' with Father
Church: 'provision will.be Incorporatedin Discussed with Deputy
and and Councilman McRae all
Edward Kirby officiating. Interment -
the new building for inter- Sheriff Robert Green the
was In Jacksonville communication, the recording complaint that persons walkIng urged that the engineers ,be
Memory Gardens. under direction the Lincoln City 1 consulted before Council actedon
Florida Bankat of meetings In the boardroom along ,.
Starke of DeWltt C. Jones Funeral telephone service for road constitute a traffic haz .... '. the rate.Councilman.
Home. the two courtrooms. ard. Green investigated and ; .; McRae asked on
Will Not Be Open The Rosary was recited at It:was.decided that courthouse later reported that steps have .. '!. : ....r-- whose authority the auditor
Jones Memorial Chapel Wednesday department heads will been taken to correct the situation S -I Ir worked up the cost figure
For Business night at 8:30: o'clock. meet with: telephone' officials first mentioned by ,But Councilman Nell Tucker

to work out details of a phone Commissioner Jerome Johns .> :_ and William said that Scott
Friday January 19 Vets Of WWI system foe:, ''the new court- at the Jan. 2 meeting of \the was naked to provide the figures -
home. ; both said they felt It
Robert E. Lee'sBirthday board.Voted to call for bids on -, ,
To Meet Jan.26 Asked if the board wanted necessary Co determine the
music \piped throughout the about $5,000 In equipment coat of production before they
The regular meeting of Veteran building.. .Commissioner Zedra needed for auto Inspectionsthe coukf make a decision.:
A Legal 'Holiday of World War, I, Brad- got a laugh when he replied: county Intends to carry law There never appeared! any
state ,
out under a new
ford-Clay: Barracks 3465,' will "No music .we've" got Civil Defense Director Frank doubt during the lengthy dis
enough'as U is now.
cussion but what the three
be held at, ,the. Keystone Oeorge displayed plans forth Williams, who haa gathered ? .
councilmen Tucker Williams,
This Space Contributedweekly Heights city hall 'at,3:30 p.m. grounds. and a parking data on the project for the
and Nolln. Intended to vote
to Publicize Friday Jan. 25. area designed to accomodate board said a statewide,meetIng ::47// '
115cars on auto Inspection stations ----V to rescind: the rate, but hey
Community Events by This is the first meeting of He also: presented' the boarda will be held in Orlando Jan. listened to all protests "tor

the new year, and'all members list of furnishings which 26. acting.

The CommunityState are asked to be present If will .be'_ needed and said he -Heard a report that. the Chairman Ori* Wiggins), who
possible, with' a new veteran.Wayne' Something To Scratch Initials In
Bank will go over'! n In detail after hydrocarbons road near along wrth Mayor' Hurst are
G. Watkins: ; Adju the ,..commissioners have studied Brooker will cost the county the only two officials) who were
"We Dy the time this Unite of the Telegraph In being read the sidewalk.
tant-Quartermaster say showq the 1864.
It along, with the specifications. $372.000. The board asked on council: when It
Account BOW insured Invite all World War I veterans ., that a letter be written to the ,above on Walnut Street will be In use maybe even with a couple lets of infused passed the special rate, did not
up to 15,000 by to visit with ua' at this Construction of, the new State Road Department, requesting scratched" In them. ,.). > have to rof but has) favored!
Federal Depoait '...- meeting1. You will receive some buUdlnc will be financed from that the Santa Fe First of the walk In the clty'd. extensive sidewalk repair project wae poured rescinding lbs volume 'rajt.

ance! Corp. Int/ereatlng1 atod: ''varufebU. /information ". proceeds a,$1 million lamia Lake. Road rebuilding and Wednesday" morning Walk all over Iowa are set for replacement: where broken Coats presented figure which
voUrans' aff.lr .
on paving. project be expedited. Continued( On Pan Two..

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:Miss Maria Moore of FSU Misses Bobbie Sue Barks- Woman's Club Cadette Scouts l A classified ad In the Tele,
was visiting her mother, Mrs. dale and Anna Lou Barclay of Volume Power IHE! BIGHT FOBW for thefray
f Martha Moore over the week- FSU spent the weekend ,,with Hears Talk Plan Cookie Sale graph brings result

end and both attended the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- you: writs Come In and
Phi Beta State Day in Gainesville dale On Conservation Results of the boot cover Rate AbolishedtContltujed
on Saturday. ten. Guy Andrews attended art contest Judged ,by Mrs. elect you favorite KSTER-

luncheon at the home 'Of Lee Draper" of Fernandlna, Millie Simmons' local.\ artist,
GLADYS MOOTYPhone Mrs. Bertha Fuller and Mrs. a Rd &f the ddhtafiiSr fcorfrfcr- BROOK fountain pen. TEL&"rlIu.
James Herring of Tallahassee 'Mrs. Robert F. Head. Jr. ,ln ; were announced at. the CttJette '
9s -7coa anon fbrestery' Iteaearcli. + in [ 'frofa P! Snel] '
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. Gainesville last Thursday.: : < Scout meetin..Wedries- :: a8e .R p
H. Graham over the weekend.Mr. Rev. and Mrs. Robert Burch, this area. poke to the StarkWorhun1s day at St. Edward's Parisb he, field stowed, : the, I<;Ity ftafl 'T'

local admittances! to Brad I Mr. and Mrs. J O Caldwell and Mrs. E. O Patz and (Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews, Club oh Wednesday; Hall peeq mE lm Jng rQdne r with u r5Opefilnl --, -' (,

ford County. Hospital this visited her 'sister, Mrs. A. O. family were visiting Mr. and- Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomery afternoon last -week.Mi's. Stella Jane CosUllo was fat, even lWJth, 'lh, .
week Include: Anthony Luke,!, Younge In the AlacriUa General Mrs. Ole Laurltsen in NewPort and family Mrs. C. ]''c, Tyler Jones, chairman awarded: first place, Beverly toot 0tIl'odl R }tlofr ''bkeld"'oti! "

Charles Smith Leslie Carlton,' Hospital in Sunday.Starke Richey over the weekend.Lt. Ward, Mrs. F. F. Stump. Miss of Conservation of Natural. Strunk second and Mary 1.76 cents per KW, He also TilE SOUTIISIDE

Mrs. Cortnne Ragsdale Mrs. .1I'mea ir Q, Hank Graham has returned Lillian Stump, Mrs. Malcolm Resources introduced Mr. Ellen Wager, third. noted that the. 1064 council CHURCH OF CHRIST
Locale Knowles Rasa Dorm n- fua+/17nilr2Wpseititis week Draper, who spoke on conservation Plans were completed for bomepiDteeOoaaL'f'
were to Newport, R. I. after Sanders, and John Mixon attended had made the volume rate a'I i
ey. (Mrs. .Mattle parmer/ii sLU114j;, Koontz'and, Mrs. two weeks leave. a lecture Sunday nightby planting growing and the GUI Scout cookie sale firm one. The former Inn man- Invites YOUTo 'less'cost wiffl e
Thomas Newman, Mrs. Margaret '' JHl1fd said the rate tract IIotiieDIJIIBrs
Jackson, Carl Sapp, Mrs. and Mra. Lou Forsytheand who has been home on leave, : cutive secretary of the Boardof that next to toul'1S l. forestry Jan. 20. The girls have set a ftffer, established Hear
Harriet MaoBlaln Juan Mrs. Annie was the moat important of 60( boxes each' which before constructionwas -
Mrs. B. Crawfordof left Tuesday for Washington, World Missions at the its Dlnkins, Mrs. Alma Lerurck Stet'ke. D. C. and then on to Vietnam. First Presbyterian Church InGainesville. industry in Florida.!' Small pine will win them a Certificate of begun on the Inn, but

Mrs. Mildred Ollsson, Mrs W. A Stern, and Miss' Mr. and Mrs. George W.I, trees for planting were passedout Award. Troop proceeds will be that It ,was a factor thoughnot THEGOSPELOF ;. "..

Mrs. Mary Luke and l Charles i Louise Stern of Starke and Brown visited Mrs. Wesley Mrs. Eilth Christiansen returned to members. used for camping: thla cum a major one, In locating: CHRIST '

Klnklandi, all of Starke; Mrs. I Mrs. J. H. Williams of Lake Watson end! Mrs James G. home Sunday after Mrs Ouy Sale presided over 'mer. the Inn la .Starke. MEE2RITTCVILLIAM3

Hazel Sapp of Lawtey: Mrs. Butler attended the American Oden in Madison last Sunday.Mrs. spending fo"+r weeks In New the business session, and Mrs. Stella Jane Costello was The Holiday Inn paid the 8::30 Sunday Morning ,
aeraldlne Ten-ell of Ralford l; I I Ballet Theatre at the Jacksonville Roy Clemons and Orleans La. with her children. A. Russell Norman gave the honored as Scout of the Week city $10,330: ( for the 876,000 .
and Mrs. Dora Johnson of i Civic Auditorium daughters and Mrs. oene Norman Mrs. W. H Hart and Mrs. devotional. Mrs. Luclle Con The next meeting will beheld KWH billed at 1.73: cents per WPXE Radio Dial 1490 )17 N.

Lake Butler. I Tuesday night. and son visited Mrs. Ronald Crawford met her at ner's resignation as corresponding Tuesday Jan. 23 with KW plus *77.S( each monk WalnutPh.

Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Woods Mrs. H. L. Tolbert of Lake' Clara. Redding and Mr. and the airport then they visitedMr. secretary WAS accepted,. special guest, Mrs. J. :R. Cad- in 1887 for< the first 2,000 Worship Service 964-5391

and Mrs. Rosa Lee were in City was visiting her son-in- Mrs. Jimmy Newman In Wildwood and Mrs. Orover Ford and and Mrs. Sale announced that dell Cadette leader from Lake KW Coats told the Council, Sunday,' )1;iOO 'f I J\f.\

Lakeland on Sunday visitingMr. law and daughter Mr. and on Sunday. their new son, Gregory Alan. Mrs T. C. Hazen Jr. would Butler. making a total of $$16,260 tht

and Mrs J. W. Woods. 'Mrs David Montgomery and Mr anil. Mrs. R. R. Reddishof Mr. and ,Mrs. H. C. Koonsof complete the unexpired .term. Inn paid for electricll[ )". He Bible Study Sunday

Mr, '!tnd Mrs. David Jones family the first of the week. Webster were weekend visitors Mayo were visiting Mrs., A visitor Mrs. Larry Bruner Mtv- Homemakers Club said that? placed the Inn's aven 10 A.M. and, 7 P.M. STATE>I FA

and son of Marianna were Miss Elisa Reklla visited of Mrs. Eva Baldwin In Pearl Edwards over the week- was Introduced by age price per KW.for currentat Fire end Casualty Company
Monday visitors of Judge and: Dr. and Mrs. Robert Carson Starke and Mr. and Mrs. B. John Sanders. Mrs. Joseph Tour New BuildingThe 1.81 cents per .!tW, 'higher ;3 :Mi. Squth on US 301 Hat Oldoae01s1taYfpsfh, r

Mrs. T. A. Vaiwn. !in Gainesville last weekend. E. Reddish In Lawtey.VUC end.Mr.. and Mrs. David La/wsoa/ Oisay. a new member was than the auditor' projected ..
welcomed.Mrs. -Extension
Starke ,
the weekend -
and family spent -
'+ew Robert Sown and Mrs. Homemakers Club met In the production.
rlo and friends in ceni
v, with relatives voted Into last ;It tw) 10 per utility
S. M. Cobla were new agriculture 'building:
Auburn'dale. tax paid by all jqniumers! ,Is
memibemhip. morning with ;Mrs.
Thursday '
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish said the Inn't -wise
lt added, Ooats vaiue
Kincaid announced
Mrs J. W. preskiine. "
:: / of Webster visited Mrs. A. E. Lola Johnson 1.9!
KW would be
that the public 'f'library The eleven members present cost per ,, ,

McKlnney.Mrs. W. H. Hart Mrs. Dean was no longer a part of the answered to roll call ,with Cents Coal's said he understood .BUVSin.
Banta Fe Region due to financial eomethlng they would like to that economic reasons

Dihing {With Us Is A ,Treat For The Earl Hansen Voyles of and Starke Peggy, and Voyles Mrs,, problems. She said thata learn 'to do this year.; Members were the cause of the pedal!
Santa Fe attended a luncheon would be held ;: were urgei: to start rate being rescinded. :
Whole of Lake meeting in Jackson- the club building Thursday, thinking of things to exhibit The Holiday. Inn 'represen-l I

Family vllle church Saturday afternoon.Mrs. Feb. 16, from ,,,12 noon to 2'p. In the County Fair on March tarsus placed the City's profit:

Frank Weaver of WU- m. with_the proceeds going ,to I 27-30. at 1.81 cents per KW at '$'50.

Our Delicious, 'Buffet = :Se'l'vetltDaily' '! llston spent Saturday to Tuesday -' the library. Mrs.Herbert Rltch Miss Martha Sue McCain The estimated profit adding
with her brother-in-larov thanked the club. for sponsorIng gave a demonstration on accessories the ul'Uity tax to the 'basecost

.. and sister Mr. and Mrs. W. ,,the luncheon and announced and took the members would be 92,070, Coats
Jackson. that the library would be : on a tour of the new said. And If the cost of "pro"> '
TWO HdT'ENTREES: 9 T. opefi until 8 m. on Monday: '
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. McCol-: p. building.' duction remained at its {ires-

TWO VEGETABLES!: 'eky of Lake City were Saturday nights for the convenience' of Refreshments were servedby tile city's profit would 'be ?306O ,- -
studente -she -acknow.l Mrs ,
college Johnson and
afternoon visitors of her > he addedCoa.ts
.. i l leged gUts to ,the library of i a Godwin
ASSORTED SALADS mother Mrs. Annie Hotlines- Henry also said< he expected
clock from Mrs. Ktncald. over
worth. the Inn here to use over
.. ROLLS BUTTER -- TEA COFFEE Sen. and :Mrs. Charley E 100 records from J. E. Tom- High School PTA 900,000 KWH in the coming
... llnson. World (BoOkstromMarlon (
Johns and grandson Philip and furniture To Meet TuesdayThe year.
Lunch Johns visited Mrs. Joeeph Chairman Orle Wiggins: however = f iA
Buffet ,
; '' Cocomlse.
'Dinner Buffet i from Mrs. Loyree
Davis 'In Baldwin on Sunday sail the.CouncIl was
'Sinclair reported Bradford High School
;511:00: a.m. to 2:00: pm. '5:00: to '9:0 Mr and Mrs. William O Mrs. Clyde t'ne tax
p.m. : p.m, that the Little Women's PTA will meet Tuesday, Jan. not,considering utility ?
Cooper of Lookout Mountain bake sales 7:30 In the Voca ''on the first 2,000 KW gener-
and Club. is planing two 23 at : p.m. )
( Tenn. are visiting Mr for the benflt of the ;lIbrary tional Technical School on the ated. Npr.,Wiggins added does
4S Mrs J. R. Hlxon for Mrs. Sale appointed Mrs. Conway Airpark grounds.Ted the Council think {be i\y/lsj fix

;) h weeks. 'Joseph 'Olssy Mrs. Prow Ogleaby' will[ be in charge losing', money now'generating: '"
: Mr and Mrs. Irsell Bates of '
1 n Jack Strickland Mrs. Warren Winkler of the program and will take current at 1.7S: cerifs p6r;' KW, l
Waldo, and Mr. and Mrs. .1.1dRu'
Gainesville Sud- and Mts. Robbie Shatter members and guests on a tour but the -chairman said that Js ,
Bell of !
.. day dinner guests of Mrs to be captains for the Olrl of the school facilities and will about the break even point., ,

t Vergie Flynn. Scout Fund Drive in March. give a talk oh the subjects "On your decision resi'a the :
social hour refreshments of the I
.. GMTEt Edward -9 Mr. 'and Mrs. Leon shinier, During the that are available. economic development ,
served! froma "' Chamber: Manager I
of St. Augustine''and Mr. and were City of Starke; \!
Restaurant tea table In the sun room. Novak told the council. ,$
Mrs. P. L. Shinier of Elkins, Honor Society
Manager W. Va. were weekend visitors : He, along >with Coats. Mayor

1 of Mr. and Mrs. Foster Shi'I Hospital Auxiliary 28 I Hurst, and Councilman'Mdloe, ti,r ii 1r 1rR
-- --- --. ,a SmIth questioned how the move ,
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''t.. :: Receives GiftThe would affect businesses thinking i

'ISTAeUSHfO 1104 At Bradford Hi about coming: to storks In
I -G' Bradford County Hospital

DodcochbFURNITURE' Mil APNIANCESLIY1NGRQOM, IAB. IUJ1, Mill AD night at Auxiliary St. Mark's met Monday Parish; Twenty-eight new ijnemtoerswere the''Tha future.oost ,oi power seemed.Un( A;, 4 4'I

) has always
.. House with Mrs. Loyree Co [inducted into the Nation
Novak said In tel
al Honor Society at ceremonies prohibitive
:. ARE_ 8UIL'f_ FOR YEARS. QgJWEARj,,-j comlse Reports presiding.were given by the at Bradford High School last ling the council of his difficulty in .;%

.. *-' ""- That Reflects Our Precious Heritage chairmen of the committees. Thursday. in attracting new
=::: Furniture -- *- g rate ey
The special
SIMPLE TOUGH DURABLE SERVICEABLE-THESE -=4 Six ladles representing the Selection for the Society is dustry. said, f
Hope Baptist Church present made on the basis of ',Scholar him a sales tool I

ed a stereophonic record'player ship, leadership, service and and the council had established!' I

.-. to the Auxiliary with a number character. New members are: the policy of special rates allan Ir Is I
J/ records. I Alvarei !DIane AdrKlnaon Inducement to Industry and I
The tyling of religious Gregory
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I ba.ck.Councilman .
r. Diane Brown Rita is taking !it
4 Refreshments were served by
"' ; Construction Represents 3 committee. Ellington, Dan Crlffla, Patricia Tucker defended
d the hospitality
W .. rtfr nil at ', A Hitchcock, Jean Hodges, fiie auditor's production Cost
r == Gwendolyn Jones, Randolph figures. He l said he spent Tuesday I

% r and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sellers: Jones, Ernestine Lester, Paul afternoon with the city's

t t'' l a G t''w.' ''y :ilk' s. \jn\sur -M Big Sturdy of Asheville, N. C. are visiting McLeod. Beverly McRae John engineers who approved 1 the

d I >iK'' 1' I, r'S' BOSTON ROCKER Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith for Andrew Mayton, !Carolyn auditor's figures: ."I've studied

rl '* : 21813 Selected; HardWood .. several weeks. Meng, Charles Norman Mat- this enough to where I'm'Bat- ,
t' t
F '"'i + fE' ..'w ,.... Con. 'C Miss Phyllis Haddock returned thew Packham Karen Patz, tatted In- my own mind ,Il"nbt .. '
.. 00et + ilrucllon. High V 1995 to High.. Point College Richards, Betty Jo conflict but _
,. p '* M'%_,,,.r' i ofrt -$20 DOWN_J LJlMan i a personality
Iark.Handwa N. C. on Tuesday after a Sapp, Jacqueline Smith simply, a matter of adjustment
"'" "' + Jt$3.2S AWEEKif Ab.rs.at. 3
o-t f .re ven finl.h... S10itIYUf month's vacation. Stephen Smith, Linda Lee of rates, he added. ': Men's
1 ,,,.r -- Miss Kathy Struth. was on Strickland Sharon Tatum,

u d, y'y **( &*VJV* the Dean's List at Lake City Richard Williams, .Della Wilson J967 .sales Tax ;

u nA d t % r.t. t hi& ,h'ht Junior College. and Theron Yawn. ,

?tF I n.l Mis. W. B. Sewell of Starke xne induction program en, Better Suits

r'' R r.y and Mrs. J. O. Sewell of Jacksonville titled "Great Americans,"!, CollectionsUp, ,
'% : i1 k7 went to Richland, Oa. of
/ stressed the importance Sales taxes .colle ted.. In
3, r t Monday to get Mrs. H. E leadership, scholarship, service Bradford County/ during the I Group Includes
Maude Se
/ + A Norman and Miss
nMr. "'" t N W, them back and'character In the lives month of December totaled t
well and bring
today's' potential leaders. .to a report
visit. $33.3'.8. according
... here Enroute for an home,Mrs. !W. B. The National Honor Society from the ottlceof State Com'. HART SCHAFFNER '
Is select group of students Fred O. Dickinson.
a ptroller
X Sewell and Mrs. J. O. Sewell:
+ have! earned membership 1967 collections
yvb oxs attended the funeral of Miss who December &
: Ethel Spence in' ThomasvlUe, by maintaining a'S' or "bet tut, the sales and use tax topped
t Oa. on Tuesday. ter scholastic average and I collections for ,the preceding MARXand
CRICKET ROCKER have maintained a saliafactory I ,year ,by 16.4 per cent aniws.s !
5 PC. EARLY AMERICAN Mr. and Mrs. Luther
; i IIVINGROOM Sales tax
Hardwood conduct record. Up
Maple Frame. Attractive
01s i of
.. Beautiful Soft, Warm Salem Maple Print Cairn, laaieCuihioni. and Miss Virginia Raysor featured collections >the entire year ,
induction service
> The
., Matching::: finish Built for Yaan and Years of ""<"t""' COLORS. "r..wn. St. Petersburg were weekend were up 7.3 per cent 'making'
: PLATFORM ROCKER Wear. Authentic Early American Styl- 9 Braided Rug $24gS OnenerRrdPrint. guests of Mr. and Mrs. E, D. Gregory play- total collections for ,1067 rise GRIFFON
tame Authentic ing e97, Nrwn tY'e 101" of Dewe ,.,, Tenly.Mr.. Ing; patrotlo selections\ on the to 1314,139,054.
lady American "rerl.ir.h.mdv( ( / 9 x 12 Braided Rug $2'288 and Mrs. Luther Len- piano while various students VALUES FROM;\ $79.95 TO $135:

itylinp. Durable 5995 l 3 Cuthlan Seltee M Sofabtd e9Y,Myton 101'. IJf al D.wn .....M9"/ non of Jacksonville were visiting portrayed some of America'sgreat
end Comfortable. o Matching Wing Chair $1 1.00 DELIVERS her mother. Mrs. Ed men. Speeches were Assessor Gene Long. I

a Maple 2 Maple Cocktail Sttp-end Table Tablet Prevatt, on sunday given.by.Paul McLeed, "Fam Container, along with four Now %

Colorful Colonial Print and Twted Camblnatlont Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wadeof ous Quotes;" !Dan, Orlffla, Other timberland owners, .filed I 30 OffSRORT

.. Brunswick Oa. spent the "Goorge Washington;" Ther suit In 1965. contesting the
1 ,-_" weekend with Mr. and Mrs. C. on Yawn, "Abraham Lincoln;" assessments made by tang

ad cos 9 CARLOAD SALE DUAL-PURPOSE IIVINGROOM SOFASLEEPERr T. Wade and Mrs. Betty Re Randy Jones-, "Fmnklin! Roosevelt The 19C3! suits were heard I before > --=--
;" and Richard Williams Jwiee: .Alurphree last January --___
-BUNK BEDS gister.Mr.
r 1 00 % >F. Kennedy." and he issued decree
Nylon Face Cover and Mrs. Brooks Paulk: "John I a I '
: Reversible Foam Cushions '" s t of Lake City were visiting Mr. gpohaofs:! of the ,BHS Honor upholding Long's- ,assessments,I' COAT
-- Has full size hidden / j \ ;ffi! ,..,, 'A and Mrs. Dave Paulk on Sun Society are Miss Delia Rosen .The.four July. other plaintiffs!

.. innerspring mattrenfa ,., s w --: day. ,, berg and Mrs. Mary BacCz- have since paid their back I

., a provide) additional .dwS:''..'. Y.'It'"? :*F 'f v't 'r E'l Mrs. Bertha, Pearce spent man. taxes,In..full but Container
A sleeping facilities. i Tuesday to Friday of last has appealed Judge Murphree's SALE
83 week with her daughter. Mr* Ruling SoughtIn decision and also filed
.-. i ,1 Mary Lane. In Jacksonville. suits on both 1&66 and 1 67assessments. I

l 'y =16. DOWN t'y A 'k, .+ r, 1'r' 1 ,Bradford'Land / I
... j--r'! .r The county: is asking for a FROM;\ $ b, TO ErS
,, -
; ,, THRBRADFORDCOUNTY summary\ judgment, the
Tax Suit
.. i TELEGRAPH IM7 Container suit on the!
erounds ;that .the lssttewaeaetWed Now % Off

= i Published every Thursday Bradford county ,,has asked by ,the court's ruling 30

...- ... at 133 W. Call 'St.Starke for a summary. judgment by on the 1963 suits,last July I
i :: : 't ,III'' osa ( ,t : k., A Sis. 32091 Circuit J1.t.ge>;!. John A. H. Container made partial payments
w r ] & on Its .1965 and 1968
Murphree on the Container I
; .. O'ri.l.Cemdlel.lunkOutM;, wI '; s +!i ,, ,. ,?' 1. y .M Second class pontage paid Corporation's suit ''contesting taxes based on Its own.self-;. j

- 1u4... .2 .....6 2 spring.. 2 $9'995 1 }, 1'n -t r, + ,pr at starke, Fla. tax assessments ,on ,lts31.08Sa. assessment figures. This' I
: _ttr...... soma rail and Brown a i Subscription Ratee: .'res of tlmberlands ownedor amount totaUng $21,914, was Shop

-_ D.lu.e ladder lieehuu Sturdy 4"H.aclboanl p..t.. $S. DOWN Oeige Turq.Rau In trade ra: 4.00 Pc leased, In thIs eotinty.. .pakt Into the registry. bf,. the k1.J Now
Avacade The hearing is set for 10 a. court. I
92.29 six
:.:.. SUNK OUTfIT . .i;,% s1291Sw year; month ,m. Tuesday, Fete 6, in Judge: Container maintains Its

w Outside fra4' area: (4 SO Murprtree's erwtbbera In, Oslnesvllle. -. tlmbel'l
- / per year; "f 2.M. montSj.E. an average of $39,per acre.I

- e Ytto Gil / f ; 'ii12S In 'filing Mil, Container as opposed to the ,SI). per acre I
- l:. L. Mattlitw. editor end I I II contended' that the lands average used ,by Long.A .

S., Walnut St. one '1)114'5-289) I If I publisher I of should i1,4N,440'olnatead'of be assessed' At' a ,total 14,- i classified ad In the Telegraph ;'-I ;;And ,SA..VE'!il

894,600 evaluation setby Tax I .brtats results. f

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THURSDAY, .J.i\N. 18-19G8 BRADFORD COt1NT'l"' Tll..1OOR.i\PII.!: 8TARR1I.! JI'I.ORIDC 9eetlon.. -I'm_ Three
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Bryan-Brewer i BI BI'w .1 rien-Beutke 68

Engagement Told Mra Ma.bra DOwIn Harrell of
Drooker ann.oUnces the engagement ..

Mr and Mrs. Loyd J. Bryan and approaching mar-

8f:?' lit ,gtarke, announce the riage Qf ,her ,daughter,. Sharon
r agentent and approaching 1 1f Ann to Amos Anderson
inarr1llflte of their daughter, BeutVte, son. "of 'Mr. anti' Mrs I ; The
4. ........ '" ShareD' Yvonne, to KinlthI I Fred L. Eeutke! Of Alachua. Wits '
"' $!.
Patricia Leigh Bryan Become 'Btide I Eugene Bre Autle :ai'ewer, of Lawtey, uate of Bradford High School 01 ">> '
Of Luxury .
Ronald Williams In Chtirch Rites M'a
_, Miss\ Bryan Is a 1966 grad- and 19 employed at First Fed-I '"' -
uate of Bradford High School eJ'al; 'Savings &: Loan Assoclation ;I,
Miss Patricia Leigh Bryan, Her only Jewelry was a Wamond and Is employed at the Trail 'a I
daughter of Mr and Mrs. necklace, a gift at the' ? '
Restaurant In ,
La.wtey Mr Beutke graduated from( I
Raymond W. Bryan of Law- room. She carried, a bouquet: 4 4Devr
Brewer is also graduate
Mr;! < a Santa Fe High. School In 1957
tey, became the bride of Ronald of simulated: d oses ol'\r.'W'11lte' ; School
Bradford High and Is now working for Southern -
Gary WIlliams' son of Mr. tulle wlthowhUe! satin l'hbbiOJ\8..' and Is employed with Ell WItt BelL Telephone Be Tele- .THAT you EXPECT FROM CHRYSLER '
and Mra: ,Albert H. Williams The bride chose fOI.1er'only \ Galne9Vil1e. = "
Company, of 00" In Gainesville ,
of Starke, att.enallt her. graph ?
on Saturday, Dec: .slBter, Ma's.Sandra 'well be
Wedding plans an-
30 at 7 p. m. !1n the First Bryan Jacobs,. of'I nounced at a later date A June Wedding Is planned..
Complete 'plans will be announced
Christian Church with Rev. Galnes'/1I1e, who wore an in- +
Charles E. Reese performing formal dress of bonded beige! ck-Carder later.
the double ring ceremony. and bunrandy wool. Her cor- Beta Sigma Phi '

The chapel was lighted by sage was of sImulated Ivory VOWS Exchanged
Beta PhI sbrority will ',
branched candelabra entwined poinsettias with yellow tulle. Sigma In Palatka r +,a, 4 .. to- .During January J
with IvY. The turquoise tapers Mrs. Bryan chose for herdaughter's meet Monday, Jana 22, at 8 p.: "
sparkled with silver glitter. wedding, a deep m. at the home of Mrs. Ru- I
The altar dolph Hutchcsc, 932 Ralfol'd In a double-ring ceremony
was decorated with pink wool dress with beige ac-
artificial red and Ivory poin- cessories. Her corsage was of road. Saturday evening, Dec. 30, In
settia plants, philodendron Ivory poillsettias with pink River Road Baptist Chapel, J
trees, and arrangements of Palatka, Miss Jo Ann Carver
seasonal tulle.The labra with burning tapers. At became the bride! of A3C:
In front of
groom's mother wore I one end of the.table was the Charles Michael ,Dev\1ck, The
the candelabra which formed
an aqua dress with black ac- three tiered wedding cake topped Rev Ed Straner..pastor, otfl-
an arch for the .
ceremony.Mrs. cessories, complemented with with 'wedding bells elated before a setting of I i titf1:1
John '
Arthur Reddish
a corsage, ot Ivory poinsettias .
Mrs. James Faulkner and cathedral baskets of gladioli,
church pianist, ,
presented with pale blue t\\lle"\ I Mrs. James Bostick cut the chrysanthemums and pompoms _
nuptial music. A reception was held 1n the .brlde's cake,and Mrs.. Pat with Jade trees and
Edward Williams served his church'Fellowship Hall where Welch presided at the punchbowl Boston fern TaU candelllbra '
brother as best man and the guests were greeted at the STARKE HRYSLER.'PLYMOUTH ;
which held a green with lighted whIte tapers. for-
ushers were Too Bryan of )
door bY' Mrs Pat Welch The I .
Gainesville, holiday punch. med an.arch for the wedding '
brother of
the I
receiving line was composed 1 After spending some time ,
bride, and Mike Howard of of the bride an groom, their with .their ,guests, the couple party the daughter
The bride Is
Starke.Olven In marrIage by her honor.parents ,and the ,matron.. .of I len for' a short wedding triP. of Mrs Kin Carver of Palatka ; WiLL .MAKE IT EASY .TO .OWN.Pp !
On their return, they moved and the late Mr Carver. Mr
the bride .
wore a delicate The bride's table was cover- Into their home West of Law- Devrlck's parents are Mr and '4LA I
turquoise orIon
ed with lace cloth > -' -r
white '
a Mrs. Denver R Devrlck of
dress .Her gloves and shoes tey.The

'were white. Her shoulder- rangement over pale green of poinsettias linen. An, hol-ar- Health bride Center works In Gainesville at the, Bedford Miss VIrginia Lake. Wykoff .pian1st Jacqueline Hines''' ...-. .--=- ,- ',.. .,. ....... .'-<; '

'was length secured veil of to turquoise tulle ly and ivy centered the table, I and Mr.. Williams Is employed accompanied Benny Ood- To Wed Mr Smith ...., : "
'white satin leaves a crown of flanked by a pair of sterling '.by the Stat; Road. Department trey,' soloist, as he sang tra. /
and pearls. selver three-branched cande- .. dltlonal wedding selections. Mr. and Mrs, Jack Hines Register "' '. I Ir 4J, i ..!

I The bride chose for her announce the approaching ? n I
wedding a floor length cage of marriage of their daughter, ; .
sheer white crepe over taffeba. Jacqueline, to Robert, A.; FREE "

Satin bordered the hemline, smith,. of Remsen, N Y. I 1. 4 ,,,,.., ,. '
1 KOCH'S the high: round neckline and The wedding win take Place i January _

cuffs of the'long, full Rleeves. 011 Saturday, Feb 24, at 7:30: Drawing

A matching bow of satin.ac- .p. m. In the-First MethodIst'I' ::. ... '
3 BIG cented the back neckline. Her Church. 100 GAL.

elbow length veil was attached All friends and relatives of ; _
to a headpiece of illusion the couple are invited to attend Gasoline : .Jj S
petals touched''WIth pearls and .
she carried .a 'garland of white + at r
Thursday Friday Saturday D A 'y S feathered carnations centered 12 Noon ,
with a white Cattleya ol'chld Bridal Shower t w CHRYSLER
James H. Young gave the .
bride In l11&1'l'lage.'Mrs. Honoring gat- .,t, 'iI', NEWPORTFeb. DOOR
Devrlck, sister S 1! .b' \. .
Larry R. ; 'J"" ..
$1.00 BEAT THE COLD WITH A of the bride and matron Miss Garbett l'.i'ii: ,' ;.: J.4 AI; 'j W:..L-L a-..... SEDAN

Royal Drene of honor, was gowned In a Miss Kay Gal'bett" whosem&1'l'lage
floor length dress of blue
to Purvis g'
SHAMPOO Sunbeam crepe, designed along empire will be an event of Saturday,
full length panel at-
JInes. back neckline Jan 20, at 4 o'clock in the ., ,, .. .
at the
h tached -- -
59C ELECTRIC First Metboddst Church, Was
accented theshort
with a bow,
honored at a miscellaneous

$2.35 BLANKET 'I ers headpiece and sleeved Illusion, and dress.she fashioned Lace carried flow-her a by Robert shower Mrs.Bark8da.le Monday R, A. Colson night at the and home given Mrs', Our Prices .May. Be Down Around:;'The Low Priced .Cars,

of pink carna- .
sheaf bouquet
Responet of the la.tter.
Dual Control tions.Misses Debris and Shirley A blue color motif was car- .That's All That' Is'
HAIR SPRAY sister' ried out In the party decora-
Carver were tlona with several blue artificial ...... .
bridesmaids. They were gowned ,+
,99C $$27., NOW $19.95a of honor identically ,to .the matron' placed at flower vantage arrangements points. 'I1he'refl'eelunent '' --

Larry R. Devrlck was his table was covered I
brother's best man and Tom with an imported organdy\ I
l : cloth edged with blue linen .
: KODAK.INSTAM TIC ,,104 Jackson of Starke and Danny 0 > NEWPORT
a White and Charles Wood of and centered with a'blue arrangement t -
t In a SOld vase, 4 N
ushers.Immediately I LOW
Palatka were
DEODORANT CAMERA after the wed- Flanking the centerpiece were I AS AS
gold candle holders with blue
was held In .
ding, a of the church. tad' : Mrs. LaRue' ''WWIa.m I 1 The Rest of the Newport
the social hall
$12 9. i95 her pree1ded at the punch bowl.. I
t tDRUG $ Mrs. Carver chose Get a andWinning
I I Story is all Full Sized
.. ., ,. daughter's wedding a .wool One am8.was played and a i ir1.a6
." .. '" ''' blue and the WBs won by'Mrs. Her"
; < : ':' : :.' I dress In deep I Yet, all 4 of our Newport
: ,: :. "" I brldegroom's mother wor, raI bert. Nelson, mother f the Deal On \
: ., 1\--- : blue wool knit dress and Jac- honoree. Also amonII' those' Models are only a Few Dol
.$ \ 1Tt'WITBfl cANDY ( I ket costume Each complemented attending between ti'e; party I The PLUS I'REIGIIT
her outfit with hours 7:30: to 9:30: 'were Mrs Jars more than the Low
I matching accessories and a Leo ChampIon,-grandmothers i HANK RATE"WINNING'
BARGAINS Whilpll1n's Valentine corsage ot camatlonsweddlnrr of the honoree, Mrs.: E. L. Priced Oae FINANCINGCAR"
HEART .CANDY I bells topped the Purvis, mother 01 the bride- I

890 ; a tiered cake. which was decorated aroom-elect: and Mrs. Perry I \
to with pink flowers, An Guthrie, grandmother of' then
Norwich 69c 10.50 anniversary candle accented 'rroom-elect, both of Gainedyule. .;'

floral arrangement on the .' '68
the ? Price Good During January Only
; Let CM "SAVE The brLe's:! ta.ble.. .AMlstIng In en- The hostesses! presented thy' ." ,
250'8 heart Of Your Choice ""tertainlng guests were Mrs.L. honoree with a silver butt r
t i !\II\ Lead, Mrs, Cicero dish as So memento ofth4 ocr -=-- .

.59C Sterling, Sterling, Mrs. James caalQl1.: .I..! '

Buy Your,'Valentine I Cards Now! H. Young, Mrs. James White, ,
and Miss NEWPORT
Miss ,Sheryl Barrs, Garden Club SEE THE CHRYSLER

690 Reg. 770 Viola Driggers, I .
: WilkinlOn.! MIss Brenda McClellan was The ''Starke Garden Club .' :. .
In charge of the brl.de's book. will make plans for a Spring'I
BLADES 5' Dish Cloths . 59c For their wedding trip to Flower Show at their January

an unannounced destination, meeting Monday night at 7:301: '
ReJ:. 1.7e In a beige TODAY AT
the bride traveled p. m. at the home of Mrs

,49 .5 Dish> Towels . 59c ,A'l.Ine Jacket dress and brown with accessories.matching Oarl:atbew8 ,

2.99 5' Cup I Her COl'8alfe'was the orchid
$2,18'Coricidln lifted from her bridal boUQuet. SERVICE SCHEDULE
COLDTABLETS Electric perculator., . $1.95 The couple will reside on '-sr, EDWARD'S OHURCH.S .
I West River Road In palatka. I STARKE

25c..FiIIer' Paper 6 for 88c I Mrs. Devrlckj a graduate of Sunday.Mass: 9:15: ... m. ,
Palatka High School is employed Thursday Mass, 6:30: p. m:,
$1 e97 $7.95 Ladies Amity Bill.F olds $4.88 1 by Southern Bell Tele- MIraculous Medal Novena:

i I phone ds. Telegraph company; Saturday, 7 p. m: .
The bridegroom, a graduate:! Confessions: 0 p. 111. and 7
$1.00 Pertussln KOCH DRUG STORE r of Bradford lfsh School, 18 1)111. CHRYSLERPLYMOUTHU. !

stationed at Charleston AirForce ,
Your 1'rescrriptinn"'will be II 11M with rare at KIM'''''' \ Base Charleston S., C Keystone HeLghts.

'VAPORIZER Drugv stern.; Reasonable I'rlcce. "'!lilt, Accurate ve-; 1 'Sunday Mss: g'.. 111.. t '

C pMldltble bryire..,At Ko.1btYo r HealthM' mar f Adjustable Vinyl .PooL Wednesday: 10M No- S. 301 North U1HORIZE DEALER M CHRCOSo ER. 5 tar k c, Florida
81 1aln.Onn'e: n." May We 111I Your Ned I'rl't'lrrlptlonf' trena;,7 p. m. :

Opon Dally 8 to'1' Sun. 10 a.m. to n noon rover. All ekes 20 teats en.at -sr. MARY CHURCHIMaccWtmY. I 1
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Poultry Industry Problem LLrf 4 f fT r i Dick Van Dyke -

Comedy To Show STARKE

More MBhure Being Produced LI At Florida TheatreDick BUSNESSI !

i Van Dyke and Barbara.

Than Can Be Used lame Feldon go of through"Get a Smart"zany Robin TV I DIRECTORYAUTO

: Hood style comedy In New
York In "FitzwlUy" playing
Flies are definitely In the where manure Is allowed to bring the problem under con- SERVICE
SundayTuesday: Jan. 21-23.
ointment of Bradford, County's pile under the he trol.
: up cages. .
at the Florida Theatre here.
I i h
raivlns poultry industry. added. Commissioners Jerome Johns
The story centers around
Trawlck said, that about 70 and Mrs. Jessie Chastain com
Chickens produce eggs-but 'ie the charming Van. Dyke who I. S. Brown
they also produce manure. per cent of the county's cage- mented that .they are aware S U
... .- plays a Robin Hood of sorts
and Bradford County is ra' ld- laying operation has effective of the problem, particularlyIn Ji in his role as a butler to an Standard OH Service Station
)ly reaching the saturation control over the manure problem the Hampton area, where a ? old lady keeping her ATLAS

point in its ratio of land area with spraying! at frequent large number of poultry plants, charities In ,the chips by stealIng many- TIRES & BATTERIES:

to the increasing tonnage of Intervals. "It la just a email are located. Miss Feldon. provides the Budget TermRoad Service
manure produced by the per cent of producers 'who are' Commissioner 2eora.. HamIlton romantic interest. Phone 964-7071

county's millions! of chickens. giving us ,the trouble," the said the outbreak of Science fiction fans will geta 407 N. Temple Start

County Sanitarian Jack sanitarian said. flies can be controlled by the i double treat Friday and

Trawlck says his office receives There has been speculation plant operators but that they Saturday Jan. 19 and 20, HURST'SSHELL

a constant stream of com, that the county might have to must work at it steadily witha Power Plant The city's new 9213,000 generator has come out from under with "The Terromauts" and

plaints about files an%. objec- take action against negligent systematic program of Progress I wrap since a roof wan recently built over It In the pow "They Came From Outer ,
tionable odors arising when operators In view of the many spraying. He said that Indiscriminate Space." Service Station :
manure Is spread on pasturelands complaints about files and odors disposal of dead Power. Plant Snpt. George Grauilon, left and ITtllltle I er plant. expansion program.

in an attempt to find In recent months. fowl by some operators is alsoa Sin'*. Oscar I)/ti\l.. look over the control board of the new The new 1,730 K\V unit, which will bear the major portion Gn Oils Lubrication ,
problem. of the load when It Into in First ibllcatlon: on January Goodyear Tire & Battwrto*
city' operation
some use for the tons produced State Representative Gene $85.000! nwltfhgeur/ that will control the new J.750" generator power goes 18til. ll! .d.
here daily.Taawick Shaw brought the matter ,to County Agent a. T. ,Hug- a few week, In tlll being Installed by Engineer H.irry Roberta THOMAS & PJTERjCn: ROAD SERVICE
bclnjf Installed& at the yoworpIant." The unit wan put IntopoMltion 20": 20:, :North- Avenue SOl and 100 Stark
menace Temple
the attention of the Bradford gins agreed that the fly
said that generally (.YVorthlngtom Corp., Buffalo! IN. Y. Kobertu and a
I County Commission last ''Week, can be controlled and Tuesday' nnil will be hooked up within the next few siurltFlorida'
the broiler Industry
speaking <
workman ran. be seen atop the generator in the extreme top 1-1 4t 2-8
In which Bradford County saying that he had heard said, ,passage of a fly nuisancelaw w..k s.
I I0
reportedly 'leads the stateIsno much adverse comment on might result In more cooperation left of the photo. -

the problem. on the part of plant 1
problem from a sanitation In The Court Of The County
standpoint., He reminded the Commission operators.The in this field. JudgH Bradford County, Florida / / Parks M. CapmlrhaelParka NOTICE
In Hro.| t.. : M. AmlnlHtratnr NONN1K T rVlMOM, a-k-a N.
) CHrmlcluiel An *
"Broilers are kept on saw- that the Legislature will Commission took the,I The sanitarian said that he In R.: llntat: of Cum TecttamnntoAnnTO 1... Pt'U.UM:
dust, where the manure dries be In special session soon and, matter under advisement I I noted 12 new poultry ,house Cord r Baker Helher&u. of the KHtflte of POR- IVUTH'K' : TO ('IIKI>1TOH9
out and does not pile up,", that If there Is a demand for without any definite Indication under construction in this Deem."d.'L'o.A1I TMKY,: BAKRR. HEIBBROEH.a All cTcdllorn i.1't' the estate. of. CHICKEN FARMERS
: creditor and perpoas >ceR.tfr(] Nnnnl U Pnllum BkaN. L.PnIIi.m.
Tra..lcklaid../ 'The problem is It. he will attempt to Introduce whether or not they county In recent weeks 'arid having olnltna or demand 114 dtp 1-28 ::. .ter'aa.ued.l : : are hereby" I I
largely with cage layers. legislation designed to would seek special lell'iSlationi voiced the belief that a,saturation aa-alnut utld, e.UUe: notified and required, to file
point in the productionof You anil each. : of you ere here FICTITIOUS 1'I'A'II' any claim or demand which YOU NEED .
by notllled l and required/ to i>reaent thatthe they may have against aald
1 la given
Notice hereby
manure as a byproducthad any claim. and dnmanrta. .. estate In the office nt the county -
underxlgrned t. donlrlnff to .nI SAWDUST AND
almost been reached: which you, or either of you, may' Judge of Bradford County j
'I I unite In I hiucinee. under (the flctitloun -
lhav.) iigHlimt the eMiute of CORBAKKR Klorlda. In the cnurthoune. at
less more satisfactory un'j DARY : HIOIBRRCiKR.neceaKeil ; name of QUAMTY! tArk... Flnrliln. within Hlx: calendar .
PM'VfniXO I ("'011; PAooI*Y. o f 0 SHAVINGS
I of disposal are developed. late of Bald County to months from the date of
"THUR.FRI.SAT..SHOP the '' arutirordtouoty. !STAHKR< :1120 S. Walnut Street .
ntr.ortd':1.lI'eator: the firot pulillratlon of thin no
I .' office. Starhe Klorlda intend to rfir-
'I'II In the oourthoiifio. .a tld' rounty Inter the said name with the tice. Each claim or FOR YOUR CHICKEN HOUSES
at fcltarke.<,rpjorlda, within elz Clerk of. the fin-nit,, Court of must be In writing and must
I TilE RIGHT POINT for the calendar monthn. from the time Bradford County Florida.. John Htate the place or r"ml .
SAVE find nrripe nddrenw at the FOR IMMEDIATE: DELIVERY CALL
tJ of.. the first publluatlon of tills B. Smith and CJulncy HelleHmlth. priHl'
a way you write. Come In notiCe Karli: claim. or dnniKnd Halmant and must he worn I
chall/ Ie In 'writing I ;', and Khali to by the ,lalmant. hiM agent t.
and select favorite, ES 1/18 4tp 2-8 LINDBERG HENRY
I yoir utate, tile plupe of roHldenuo and or his attorney, or It will become
1FRBROOK fountain pen. > poet O-ffloe Hdart, > rrllnllr to law.
. ant and ...1..11.worn. / to by IX THIS Jamitiry 15. l'ttR.AARO'J ) .
I TELEGRAPH. the claimant, hie ol<"nt. tiin attorney (' Mj.vrv .11'iif.K'M roi'HT :. Jf HOUxET 752-7305 LAKE CITY
and'any m-h, claim or IV /%:>!> I'OItftJttiiOfti Aaron H. floury). .
demand' not, HO flied ahall) be I ) .'Ol\TY] KI.V. H1iu
I void. In re: K lata of

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Hert M 11-c..,,'. iftar 1I
.latent. *|ttoaranes where YOU nap the
karalm.Prices slashed to clear-but naturally

flOTl Irokea tlylM and stam-M .hurry.. for best saltctlonl I

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B0fll\\ \\R.I"t.l\ \ % CReg. HOUSE SHOE SALE I'' CARL BEGGS USED VACUUM etatner 10 different reconditioned

up. ,
i If you find your name among the Classified Ads, :
$1.99 SHOP TODAY! Gulf Service name brand to choose from.

I come to ''the Telegraph office and receive TWO uSED FARTS Parts tc excellent repairs all
Reg. $2.99 makes. KIRBY SALES &

Ladies $$1.66 FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive- I Top Prtcfl for Wreeked part SRRVICE 712 N. Main: Gainesville
:2i Hour Wrecker ServiceFuel 3767110. ttcbJ,
Boys. $$2.33
, . I I Theatre Passes In. Oil -

Reg. $2.99 AAA S & II Green AT LAST!

Reg. $1.99 F-1II !;! .&DBATI I HASTINGS MATTRESS Hwy. 301 4681998LACT N. WaJd.I StlBmP.\\ A HOME OWNERS t

,710 Lsniont. F JaUca
Boys $1.44Reg. ,
1111 .. II wwrtfe __...",*0 CONWAY For Mobile Homes I

ark word over IS ._..V7 I Upholstered Furniture&Repaired Refinished I FLYING! SERVICE I That Qualify I

$1.99 $3.99 FLJOHT INSTRUCTION. Air- FOR REl'o'T--off1ce space ap- lr
Reg. Extra charge tf eat CALL TilE MAN
paid. I. .......... __.- 'MATTRESSES REBUILT plan. rentals. Greyhcund Bui prox. 810 sq. ft. 120 Lawrence

Girls $$1.44 Mens $$2.77 MEMORIALI H _4ite, i KWHOI.I..r wed TION New and Box Innerapringa Springs gather Charter.-Keep charter your* l u party*. Phone to- George E. LaRue ,, stone Blvd. Keystone.Cleaners Apply for key Key and '
r r. details. 2tp 1118|
9H4-6090. tfchg
.._. ... ... ..
TC | -- WICmk 0-9106 A classified ad In the Telegraph -
I .: warS usr5O. __._.VI, INSURANCE Keystone Ills.!! 4734692FOR :


[ SWEAT E RS4 already reduced lo3.995.99now $2.700 to 3.500 Stark,. Agent, INSURANCE DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY and 2 bedroom apartments. Masonry anteed. Free Work estimates., all! work guar Call

IJ GATOR BONE LAKE tfchg Unfurnished 2 bedroom 964-6552. 2tp 118[
r house. W. H. Nollmnn. 510
$3,575 to $4,275
; $3 $5 EASY TERMS I, A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH W Cherry St. tfchg FOR SALE-3 bedroom home.

& brings re uJt-. East Call Street. Very attractive
I !
i TilE RIGHT POINT for the
See S. E.
McKay reasonably priced at $5-
c$3a9$4I Keystone Height Myers Power TooLs the way' you write. Come In 500. Terms. Call Gene Shawat

I These were much higher priced dresses Jn cot. \ 473-47-10 or 47341.13Phones and select your favorite ES- 964-6328 or 964-5205.
tons and fancies. Still big selection but broken LIrI Area Headquarters For TERBROOK fountain _11.AFTER 3tchg 1J25'
: 4734816FOR
styles and sizes. 3.6X.7.14.eDUe.. Lawnmower Power Toolslr..CuUO'h
Chain Saw CHRISTMAS\ startingnew
classes for our late
Pump*. & Water SystemsBrigga PEOPLE
ready for 3 bedroom -
occupancy. comers. Tap. Ballet, Aero etc. I
1 | &: Strut ton Engine.Rental *
l'/a bath. Treated; Just
CLOSE OUT Ph. 964-7098.
Girls Black Patent outside of city limits In J II ,> Sales Service

Ladies Winter DRESS SHOES Pinebreeze. Easy monthly I 230 N.E. 16th Ave. i FOR SALE 2 used 30 gal. I

Sleepwear Waltz Gowns t' I I terms. Longchamp Const Co. 1 Gainesville 376-3411 I II upright water boaters; 1 used i l WANTED
_ tf>h
'V Just Arrived Contact Bufoid Mitchell I I 30 gal. table top water heater; j I
Long Gowns Pajamas [gun type automatic] Well's
New Styles pone 064-6853, P. O. Box ; I

Flannel Brushed Rayon Half -p. 238 Starke. Ucbx: TYPEWRITER RENTALS: PUMPSNEW Electric Repairs. __ tfchgDAHMERS : To Discover Our Friend.

Sizes S-M-L-X\ Reg. $3.99 Price tWENTIRE Lay, week or month. -Bradford AND USED Discount House I ly Efficient Full Banking -
I County Telegraph. Phone
Best Time To Buy I closing out all Motorola Sterosat I Service.
2 $5.00 I Off Season cost Check these prices
DID YOU KNOW It's easy to Prices II
& Shallow Wells When
first. Stchg 1-18 You Do Business
Home? I I
owna I New & Good Used REAL ESTATE Water Softeners & Filters II I with the Community
Better built for Florida liv
DUC STOCK ling. Your"plans or ours I LawnmowersFIRESTONESTARKE BUY- SELLTRADE ,Expert Service On State Bank You are

I Your lot or ours. Contact Bur -I BILL POWELL All Makes I JIMMY MOORE'S among Your Friends
Girls WINTER .ford Mitchell phone 964- Phone 961-7061 and Neighbors Because

( KNIT TOPS ttlRLS; AND LADIES 6853, P. O. Box 238. Starke'! Real Estate DURRANCE PUMP I SUN SPORTSMOORE We're .
404 W. Madlscn St.
,' Sizes 3-6x and 7-14 3 r Uc.C: THANK YOU NOTES-Beau- AND SUPPLY CO. : BOAT FOR
Asst. Stripes Colors Bags CHANCE OF A LIFETLMEOwn tifully engraved In gold or Phones: Off. 964-6-161 YOUR MONEY Home OwnedAnd

R ego $....99 Reg. $2.99 Reg. $3.50 your own home with two silver. J1.23 for box of 23, Including SPECIALIZING In sales of;; Starke Ph. 904-0701
envelopes. Bradford WE BUY used furniture, appliances '
Est'ate and In
Real appraisals
acres of land on a paved
J v99$1.44 I County Telegraph. ttREDUCE or anything of value. SERVICE Home Operated
$2-44 'highway. Three bedrooms two< for estates corporate and Individual I
$3.88 Dahmers Discount House, 964-
l 30 ,
baths well nice pasture and owners. years
: safe simple and 7923. tfchg Mercury Outboards and BE CONVINCED _
In Florida land mat
garden. ExceUent terms to fast with Gobese Tablets. On- :MerCrulMer Stern Drives'
1991.66 JUST TRY US
Reg Reg. 1.00-77c the right family. No cash nee. ly 98c. Koch's Drug. l8tp'| 2122! HOMESITE Available 105'x ters. A. J. Thomas Licensed' TraIned ONCE
Factory Mechanics
Real Estate Broker, Starke,
need good credit and
essary. .
105' Nice
City in
Apply Person
to Our
I be able to make minor repairsfor HOUSE FOR RENT on and Fla. Tel.!! 964-57O1.( tfchg. (Complete Fiberglass Repair ,
utilities, tapped ready.Walking
Croup: of Ladies and ChiJdrensI the down payment. Call Hampton Lake: 5 rooms. utility distance to shoppingarea I & Rebuilding We service President Vice President

collect to Theodore C. Meyer house garage. Water free of Starke. Beautiful, THE RIGHT POINT for the All Slakes of Outboard. &: or any of Our

TENNIS SHOES i LadiesHOUSE 'Registered Real Estate Broker Phone 468-1528. Up shady. Pecan trees. $2,250.: way you write. Come In Stern Drives.Stumpnnrker. Friendly Tellers.Community.

Orlando 644-8710. or write to and select favorite ES-I 11.13' Flat-
1 COATS WANTED Terms available. $225 down, your
PAIR -Bottom plow for bottomed fiber gla M, FlorIda' -
P. O. Box 141. Maltland, State
month at 6 cent TERBROOK fountain pen.
$30 per
$1.00 Quilt Fleeced 3 per
: Brushed Florida 32751 2tp 1118 pt. hook-up. Call finest baaa" fisherman
Ph. 964-5433.:
Interest. tfchg
468-1722 I Bank of Starke
Rayon itn Reg. $265. 1 Special'
_ _ _ CHIHUAHUAS 2 Blond $339. 1f 'hg ,
-2 acres FOR SALE-$400.00 Down.
males 5 weeks old. Reasonably -I Member F.D.I.C.
LADIES SHOES Reg $5.99-6.99 $5.00 priced. Ph. 964-7724. lIp or perhaps more of land in $90.00 a month -- Including
$ | -00 Reg. $7.99-8.99 $7.00 the Lawtey area. Write Mark taxes and Insurance. 3 BR, OB
New Selection pro Reg. $3.99 $3.44 LIVE BAIT Smith's' Bait V. Olin Box 116 Lawtey. Flatfchg. House House. FHA Mortgage.Ph. FOR SALE-Beagle Pups 10 FIVE PUPPIES-need good

Shop. 334 N. Thompson St., 964-7420. tfchg Ready Mix Concrete, Concrete weeks old. pure bred. Females. home. Free. 1 mile on grade
$10 each; 3 males. $15: also road by Tatums Saw Mill.
will afternoon
be open each
No. 589-Choice Buy. Over Block, Sand R ek. 8 mo. female Beagle. All had
after 4 p. m. Wed. thru ,Sat. Frank Pomes. Up!
lIp 290 acres timber & pasture. FOR RENT Unfurnished- Cement Mortar, Steel. Oyster shots but no papers. Ph. 964-

Modern home, close In. Below. house.. five rooms U. S.: 301, Shea!! Lbnerock, Roof SOSS. Up FOR RENT-Warehouse space
SELECTION ,OF nice $200 per acre. at Highland Phone 239-<190:1: : I
FOR RENT-Furnished Gravel Freeiwt'Unt.l. Bad In new building. Close in. Ph.
modern 2 bedroom houselikeyour No. 630- 20 acres frame 2tp 1125 FOR SALE 283: V-8 Chev. 964-6512. 2tchg
LADIES DRESSES own home. Good neighborhood dwelling, unfinished-Just $3.- Window Bill. Everythingfor engine complete; Royal Stand.

'N-. ., private parking. Adult 900. Terms.No. 'FOR SALE-Better nhubbery Mwtonry (JoaatrucUou.Bradford ard typewriter $20.00; "Mono" Adjustable Vinyl Book
ValuesTo ?. Apply Renner Apt.. 633 623-Hog Farm. 50!) acres for less. Azaleas and Camllllas. chain saw $45.00: "Air Temp"air Covers. All sizes 30 cent _

\ $4.00 McMahon. Ph 964-9279. tfchg In Bradford County fenced & Ferguson) Nursery, Raiford conditioner $25.00: 2 chestDrawers at The Telegraph.

cross fenced hog( house with Road. Ph. 964-6227. tfchg 21"
$8.99 NOW $5. $9: RCA FOR
WILL BABYSIT for children central heat & SALE-4 year old geld-
water. A 3 BR. i TV $25.00: 2 row Covlngton
$3.00 New or care for Invalid. Ph. 964- I bath home w-fire-place. A FOR RENT -3 bedroom block,I, planters $25.00; 8' disc barrow ing. Gentle with children.
Group $100.00.
S426. ltpWAWTED.Compaton 1-man home with utility and screen. Phone 782-3584 before
operation hogs & cat- Co.
Engineering I II $60; Angus Bull. and 3
Reg. $3.99Now $3.57 tie optional $39,000 29 Pet. ed carport. Call 964-6240. II I cows. Logan. 1-4 ml. South ;.!..p__m. Up!
to live tfchg
down. Phone Starkt Waldo US 301. lIp DISHWASHER Wanted -
In my home. Someone who STROTJT REAI/TT I I i, Male. No Telephone calls. Ap-

Starke PlazaOpen: All Day Every Day Fri. Sat. Until 7 PM. likes to fish andi! will share 2117 N. Temple Ave., Adjustable Vinyl Boo. 964-5403 FOR SALE-6 boxes Celotex 4ply In person at Lonahorn'Restaurant
expenses. Write 0". DrawerA Starke Fla. .Covers All Sizes 3D cents ea.At : .I I II 384 sq. ft. 4000. Phone 964- 301 South. 2tchj

Starke. Itp J804)) 604-6000 Th Teletrapb. I I 7933. Itchg __ ._ u. 1128r

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!=InAv." JAN. 18 11168 BRADFORD oororar! 'TELEGRAPH BTARKR.! FLORIDA ..- SECTION1 1A TACta! I t I
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fine duel In outside vs. Inside BITS a prf' T stAul&' I OPT T Work Continues National Guard Cold Slows
BHS Downs Jackets shooting as Bradford McLeod 1 9 23 Walker I 0 521 County Zoning
: CUMtf Rich -William hit .for Williams ''I 4 513 Green I. ; 7 4 18 I Will Sponsor.
: 10 of the Tornadoes 22 from Chandler IS 3.13 Mlliu1d1n I 6 710Ortder On Refinement Of Land Uses Western ShowThe Berry Yield

the outside And Tt>ro Oreen Jackson 4 3 11 1 3 4

74-69 Despite FoulsFoul got 10 of the Jackets' 20 .from McKniIlM r I 3 0 8 Van rbent 1 0 2 still working on refinementsof was appointed last year by local National Guard Below freezing( temperatures
Inside. Brown 1 3 5 Singleton 1 (0 2 Ita land use maps recently the Commission when It was unit will sponsor a benefit during the past week; and
BUS opened third quarter Mercer i 102 Rhoden 0 1 1 completed! Bradford's Zoning suggested that some regulations show at the new armory on heavy frosts Tuesday and
play with a .slim five point Moore 011 I Total 23 23 069 Committee met Thursday are needed to control, Edwards Road. Wednesday, Wednesday morning. h4ve
t trouble- and a" fourth I I teat", Scorer lead [139-34). but Quickly .ex Total _n 25_'24 74 night to continue work to the location of chicken house Feb. 14, for the purpose of brought Bradford County's t
quarter freeze almost! cost the McLcod Top \
tended It as ,McLeod hit [for come up with recommended es. Commissioner Jerome raising money to ,purchase premature strawberry season! '
Tornadoes 74-69 conferencewin Paul McLeod again pacedthe
Tuesday a over the St. Augustine BHS attack' with 23 nine and Jackson 6 In the county zoning rules and regulations Johns, then chairman, stree- chairs tables, and other equip-' to a near halt with only a few
Yellow 'Jackets. pointsbut had lots of company period while the Jackets Tornadoes Ease ed the need for county-wide' ment not supplied by the stateof flats handled by the Strawberry
could manage only one, former zoning and suggested that a Cooperative since the
double'figure department Bill Alexander federal government.
Early in the quarter. Rich in the
field goal and a S fop 12 effort Bradford County school committee be appointed. cold wave started.
Williams and Bruce Jackson as Harold Chandlerand Cape.; 'Klchard Jockel com-
fouled out of the contest with Rich Williams both net- at the free-throw line. For 7th tep'' now associated with Motion for appointment ol!, pany commander, states that Growers say however tttat
Things reversed themselvesIn Win
By Perry the committee was made by
Is and
the Tornadoes sporting a cozy ted 13 and Bruce Jackson tallied the final Quarter however the University of Florida Dave Shuford' local merchants and. business only exposed bloom fruit;
land ownership were damaged and pickingla!
working now on
66-46 lead. During the final 11. Williams' 13-polnt effort firms will be called on for
Walker and Tom
as Charles on Dec 6. 1966. Final author- "
In Tax Assessor expected to resume this Friday -
six and one-half: minutes was his best of the sea- plate f children's
Green pounded the Tornadoes Bradford High's Tornado by the shooting of forward Gene Longs office to tie ity for the establishment of a sponsorship o and Saturday warm
however, BHS hit for only
eight points while the Jacketsrackej.up son.Nipandtuck at first the for 21 points [of the Jacket's cagers coasted to an easy 67- Terry Lewis responded 'wlth down the use of lands outside zoning code rests with the tickets. weather continues.
that hands several 28)] and BUS hung on 43 non-conference win Friday 25 points while holding! BHS Incorporated areas. Use of Commission. The Country Caravan Is a The season had got off to
nearly triple game through the lone cold spell to the Bulldogs. subs to 18. members wild west stage show! with start due to
with 23.Ten times in the first period. St. night over Perry landa have already been determined Zoning Committee an early unusually -
Infractions were whis- Augustine jumped ahead 10-7 save the win.Bradford A tight 2-1-2 zone defense Lewis wah high point man, : as well as possible attending last Thursday were personalities of raalo, record- warm weather in December -
tled against the Tornadoes in about midway in the quarter now has a season by the visiting Tornadoes for the game with 19, through the use of aerial Vice Chairman, John Torode, ing, TV and the movies fea but the cold of the past;
the period and St. Augustine I their longest lead of the record of 8-4.;while St. Aug- completely suppressed the The Tornado attack was led photographs obtained from, Merrill :McMillan. Basil Davis. turing the famous Col. Tim week will set strawberry pro-
capitalized at the free throw' night. Quick BHS baskets by ustine dropped to 4-6. Bulldogs for three quarters- by Paul McLeod with 17, Ad- Long's, office and land use Joyce Blherd Ernest Trlest McCoy of western movie fame. duction back closer to }ta
line collecting 12 charity!I' McLeod. Chandler and. Williams The Tornadoes meet an- holding them to a meager 21 rain Brown with 14, and maps have been prepared. and Sec. :Betty Edwards. normal schedule. <
buckets. and a free throw by other Florida Star Conferencefoe points. Meanwhile the Torna- Bruce Jackson with 13. No. the committee Is working -
The entire game was slowedto Jackson brought the locals Friday night,' as the Orange does were pouring In 41-40 of Brown collected his 14 on a refinement by seeking -
a snail's pace by the re- back: to a 17-14 edge' at the Park: Raiders come to I those coming in the second points on seven field goals- a way to check the individual BALDWIN CHEVROLET-OLDS '
feree's whistles, as 48 fouls end of the period.A town for the season's first I and third periods. five of them In a first .half plats to see U samples
and seven "Jump balls" were Shooting Duel meeting between the two. Coach Warney Adkinson hot streak which broke the are classified correctly as to ,
called in the 32-mlnute con- Second quarter action saw teams. I substituted hU entire starting game open. residential or agricultural use.I
BBS -17 22 23 12-74 lineup during the final quarter It was a slow starting contest The committee last Thurs 7s Celebrating The 50th '
I St. Aug. 14 20 7 28-69 and the Bulldogs paced with the locals managing day night brought some members .
only an' 11-6 lead In the first .up to date on the pro-I
period. Then Brown went to gress made toward
work to help BH3 extend Its regulations. I
FLORIDA THEATRE lead:to 12 [28-16 at half- Meetings' are slated twice I

time. ,per month the next one Is set
301 DriveInSHOW McLeod caught fire In the Jan. 5, as the committee ac-
Showtime-Weekdays 7:00Sunday: 3:00 third quarter hitting for 10 celerates Its work.: Assessor
Saturday 1OQFRL :() of ,the Tornadoes 23 points In Long. who has put in many OFChevrolet
the stanaa-mostly on 10-15 hours.. on the land use maps'
SAT. JAN. 19, 20 BEGINS AT SUNDOWN foot Jumpers from the.side. A and Is probably the moat f amlllar -

ADMISSION: Adults Y5e Students 60eChildren choking: BHS defense held with uses of lands. In the
Perry to only five points In county says there Is still along Trucks
Under 12 Free I
the period and the Tornadoes way to go before a pro I
took commanding SI-21 advantage posed code be presentedto
a '
FRI., SAT., SUN., JAN. 19, 20, 21 .
the County Commission.A
Double Feature Program BHS reserves hit for only county zoning committee
"" two field goals in the final .

THEY.CAMf-!: ;-' period, but picked,\liP 11 at
the free throw line to stem
WG Mpuats1neA the 'Dogs hopes of reducing. Damage Suit

AiY>wa y!llllrntes..eema moom the margin appreciably.. .
ROrdifn y I In an early season contest Filed Here IIil1lPillg :

H the Tornadoes pasted Ferry :
73-32. Friday's win extended
E A. suit asking damages in
sPltC ooan3s the BHS season record 74.
F Statistic excess of 1,000 from the Ten-
MfMttrrtW.K"f T ftiMwifcwsuff _
BITS 11 17 23 16-67 neco Oil Co. and Slade Gas
6 10 I 5 23 48 Co. of Starke was filed in .
.... Perry -
SUN., MON., TUES. JAN. 21, 22, 23 twte.rwMIITlIac010n- BHS FO FT' T Circuit Court here Wed- Things Are .

McLeod t 3 .17 I day Jan. 10. :a
IkA Brown 7 0 14 I Plaln'jtt In 'the case li Mrs.
I MIRroIrorowIOH__ "'t'iiI Jackson 6 1 13 'Verna J. (Demorest, of '''Starke,

Chandler 3 .4-8 who claims she was delivered I
.Dic VanD1 McKntght 204 I a cylinder of contaminated gaa
,I PLUS Williams 113 on Jan. '21: ," 1069 at Chevy truck dealer'sduring I
Scosglaa 033 The plaintiff states that she your

tmriDy" $ MGr Dell 032' was caused ,permanent Injury
Moore 102 I through inhalation of the- gas,
'RIISIIRBISan. Oriffls Oil which, was used for heatingand
... & Januaryl'We"vedeclded
Totals 26 IS 61 cooking purposes. .She alleges -
""!!'_- coLQMs9uraP1lMJgllSGlPi' .' Perry FO FT' T that the cylinder of

Lewis 8 .3 JOSatterwhlte liquified..petroleum gas supplied -
Y 6 0,12 .ft the local company by get 1968 off and running by making r' January; deals on
grows :; IiMg111DDOL0A Whiddon 304, Tenneco was contaminatedwith new Chevy Job Tamer trucks like never before. Our stocks: of models

Culbreath 1. O'I fluoride and/or fluorine. from light-duties to heavy-duties are as big as we can handle. Our

Barfleld 103 Attorney for the plaintiff Is selections} will probably never be better this year. We've got to move

Metcalf Walker 103 113 W. N.. (Bill) A.vera: of Gaines 'em and to do it, we're going to make August deals in January. There'sno

Clayton Oil ville.THX need to wait until later to get the Chevy truck you want and

Smith oil the deal you want, too! Now's the time. Ours is the place. Jump intoa

Totals 20 6 46 mOOT POINT for the Job Tamer during January!
Going Going Gone! way y- write. Com In sad

. Plant A Tree .BROOK elect you.fountain IYorlU' pea.E8TKB-TBUDQKAPH. 1968 CHEVROLET TRUCK SPECIAL I c .

This FridayOn

For the past six years, only once a year for this Sale of all Arbor Day. !Klchth. The rlrrult Judicial Court Circuit Of Tae Of ;'JOB Ton TAMER'l2 Stepside -

Florida .. And For Bradford

Sales on New & Used Mobile homes. Plant a tree tomorrow on Casa Couatr.No.'JrIWoNCIS. SHORT WHEEL

Arbor Day Jan. 19, but,let a R. FAr.Ootrr.Plaintiff. .., BASE PICKUP

Lucky Great Lakes Mobile Home Buyers Saved up to $$1,500.. Florida youngster That's Forest the help suggestion I Service which of..the GOUT. NOTICE:, JOSEPH Defendant.VB OF JOSEPH FALOOUT PUBLICATIONTO FA Unknown --ONLY--

Address And Residence -
this year produced 65.000.000 .
1968 THE GREATEST MOST SAVING SALE OF THEM ALL seedling trees for plat.tlne.1n )' You Are Hereby Notified thatan
I Florida. action for divorce has been Series CIO Stepside
i tiled agalnit you and you are
I "Of course there's nothing required to nerve a copy of your $$189 Plu Freight T--' 'pickup ,
wrong with planting a tree In written defoniBH. If any. to> It

I You have never seen so many shapes, forms and modelsof total ester solltdue C. H. ,"Coulter.said State"Ye For-I on for 12S Eugone Plaintiff Uouth IT.Walnut whose Hhaw.address Attorney Street I Ie,

10-wides do homage Florida, and file the Includes .
1968 Mobile Homes Campers, 12-wides suspect we extra. etarke e
I -and lend extra original with the Clerk of the
24-wides & 4 bedrooms. to Arbor Day above styled Court on or before ..
I 1,2,3 force to the Idea of reforestation February U. 1963 otherwise a HEATER
'when we ring an judgment may be entered *.. Padded Dash
again you tor the relief demanded In Stock Ready
In on ..
' enthusiastic youngster In the Complaint Two Outside Mirrors
All this with the than
same greater ever FactorytoYouPrices the deal. Let him help. Let WITNESS my hand and the *.. P annr amicDual Rear Window
the feel of the shovel meal ot Bald Court on Jon. 12, For
him get Delivery
that have made Great Lakes .Mobile Homes the good earth." I9&B. i1.. Brcakiine System:

the Mobile Home Shopping Center of the South. Coulter went on, 'Let him SHAi Charles A. Darby -
or her took into. the We of..a. AM Clerk Of Maid Court 18,
First publication: January
straight: ,
young skyward.tree set bY one's own 'tees 1/18 4t 1-8 5 Year or 50,000 Mile Warranty

There is no way to list all th e Close-out Bargains, but hand. and. growing Into. the -
direction and CALL FOR BIDS in this Area the Nation the
future with The Board of County Commit No. 1 Truck in Sales .
here arc just a few. pw poee." loner of Bradford County,
l World!
Trees sightly to the Q. Florida will receive firm salad
valuable as bide-at 10:00: a. m. on the
are useful and 7. 1988. In
morning of February
well. the courtroom In the courthouse Bank Financing up to 36 Months.
New 1968 2-Bedroom 12-wide 1952 30x8 bedroom Colonial *
one Tree protect:" the watershed. for the following Vehicle

Only $2,988 No reasonable offer refused. :: Using a wondrous :law of nature Safety 1. Brake Inspection Tester equipment. Low Down Payment.BALDWIN .
I foreat.take up excess 1. Front End Lift
water In time of rain, later I. Headlight Teeter
4. Ball Joint Checker
rationing out the moisture Specifications may be obtained
Hardly Used 1967 65x12 3- bedNew 1968 Thunderbird Travel ; during dry seasons. Trees from Clerk, Bradford Coun

room Parkwood A Cream Puff. Trailer Only 1387.; I guard the and soil.food:Forests source are for a O.ty Drawer Board of B. Commissioners Starke, Florida.. p. CHEVROLETOLDSU.S.
haven a The Board Reserves the Rightto
Only $57.50 down. wildlife. Reject Any and or all DI....

Famous Spanish Van Dyke, 64x12 actual Arbor planting Day aside day from for cedar.an SEAL Charles A. D&rbYilfie 1-16 301 North Phone 961.7500 Starke, FloridaNasworthy's

Clean as a Pin, 52x10 2-bedroom 3-BR, 2 full baths Only $5,447. I pine hickory or 300 other apecfca ]) -
__ 1"lorlda. "---- -
Parkwood $48 down This you have to see to believe! fen can of be trees a tribute known to the forest'

worth.. For It It the forest-
and secondary 1
through primary
I -that yields a.
LAST BUT NOT LEAST a 20-w ide New Armor, 2-BR. Looks just continuing industry bounty in Jobs mum@

payrolls economic power.,and BIG

like a house way below cost $4,805.00. thousands of useful commo-I
dltle for the health, comfort

COME ONE, COME ALL JANUARY 1968 IS THE TIME! and prosperity of millions. I

I, --Tree or on the planting many fall other on and Arbor day.winter Curing Day- I I' ON ALL FURNITURE WHY PAY MOREUP

See The U.S. 41 North ', months reminder can that be a the symbol forest anda is', TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY
renewable and that conservation -+
Good Guys k ''i> Lake City, Fla. of soil. and water la 'vital. We're clearing: out all our Furniture Before Inventory at Tremenduous. Discounts -

m I i FlOrida', llrst Arbor,Day
All Prices have Slashed.
In The Phone 1 was observed In 1886. Bat only -
t 1 in 1945 did, the :Florida
White Ties 752.2661 Legislature adopt the third COME IN TODAY C. H. NASWORTHY FURNITURE & APPLIANCES
h't4 Friday in January I this year, FOR YOUR SHARE

Robert E Lees birthday official'Arbor Incidentally We have one of the best TV Technicians In this Section.
] aa Flortdaa

I 'Oay. r.-j.

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*uURflDAY. 1Ai4. 1!. 968.o
.BitWI'*.)8't3tM. MTr"<.ITK ..KUttAt..,. I MTARKfI:; FLORIDA ---
.. JA FAQE 8 n -_ .._ _. ..---... SC-.rY G-ill!rJnldlAa.epe I 1 1wi 'n a

'ped when qoticed< fire. com date Is Feb. 9. at 7:30 In the Gard Reeta* CROSBY LAKE \ r_ I .. b 11 4 "

Fire destroys ing Stem:: the rear of the !Deadline for Deceiving ap rant.Speaker I FUND .
\ tiuck. No one was injured !In plications for the second certificate will be District HI BARGAINSBY
SemiTrailerA the fire.The ot competency& examination Vlce-Presldent Fred DeVaneof : .
lire occurred about Is March 26. Live Oak.
seznl-tialler caught: fire 2:10: m Saturday when the 'there Is a $150 fee for certification. i i.tS i..
and burned< up on U. S. 301 truck p.was traveling north on. NOTICE !, !4er+ P'rfs'IYfb/F111J 1 THE BAG

- U. S. 301. I Two NamedTo Notice Is hereby given that i' 'G1111 0a'h J rr 1 14J

,the( Florida Highway Patrol, we have leased the Vjlla + FULLAT
Motel to Park of
rwhlch estimated damages at All Contractors I Plumosa
OO. Bradford The Palms, Inc. who will con
$6. ___
under ute .$
tinue In business ,
Trooper w. E. Sunaoerg reported Must ?
: that when he arrivedat County Boards name of Park of The' Palms :* AY
We shall not ''be responsible -
the scene tires on the right Motel. s "
aids of the Great Dane trailer All contractors doing business Gov. Claude Kirk last 'week i for any debts Incurred -.,I ';e 4Lere 'ht I
, burning and flames had In the State of Florida by Park of The Palms) _
were; '
begun to spread to other sec are now requrled. under a named a newly registered Republican i Motel after Dee 31, 1967. -.- 1
the and a Democrat to and ,
tions. The 1968 CMC tractor new law passed during Villa. Flunwsa Motel Paul 1''
had been unhitched .from the last session of the Legislation! two governing boards In Brad Juanlta Meunler, owners: I Priced Good Thursday thru Saturday, January 18-20 -
exam- ford County. Fla. \ 820 South Walnut St. Starke
,trailer. to take a competency Keystone Heights. Quantity Rights Reseryetl.
Sundberg said he summoned ination. Arthur G. Loudon Jr., of ,. ."ty-/I.I .,. .'... SdzR1gtt4IC1y .
All contractors doing: business Starke. who changed hIs registration I SAVE lOc'LB.
,the Starke Fire Departmentand Meat Plants o'jjIoo.O" FRESII WHOLE BAGGED
)3 'A'
Service must be registered by from Democrat last it :k i ) FLA. OR GA. GRADE
Florida Forest '
Feb. 27. fall was named a member of I Due InspectionBradford liSt, : t.i..t
/which arrived after a lengthy
} "
.delay and fire had spread: all Applications may be obta.1need the Board' of Trustees of flu "' : 1' ttl1Tldr...,.,.,
over the trailer. by writing to the Contruc- Bradford County Hospital I County's ' ctlon Industry Licensing George plants Laiwson'8Meat / ., : '
filed Corporation, succeeding production :. 'JiW' LB.
No charges were 9r''el w'Itt' ;
W. Jefferson St.. business I
Board. 129. Shuford of Lawtey whose;> Market and a .'
against the driver. Joseph Sullivan, \ I Iit\' .
Fla. Felix
Wayne Derringer. 28, of Jack- Tallahassee term has expired. operated by uakdea k4Aa I
told the Deadline for receiving applications Don Hill Hampton Demo will be Inspected shortly by .
eonville. Derringer
for the first certlficiate Bradford Robert L. Reddish associate Additional contributions to SAVE 20c Regular 49c BOX
,trooper he pulled the rig to crat, was named the BRfl\: IIt'S!: 1 FULL 1 LB.
examin- with the Floe the lake Cemetery '
or competency '
meat specialist
the side of the road and stop- ation is .Jan 26. ,Examination County, District! DevelopmeJtAuthority. 4, 'succeeding ida Agricultural!: Extension Fund" brought the total received PURE LARD 3 lb. jar 29c CRISPY SALTINES 19c
Maxwell, !whose Service. to date to more than $300.Mrll. Limit 1 with $IJ.OO or I more artier
W. H
f Thevisit "<"... "announced by .'John Simpson, treasurer: ,
had expired.
I term O. H Dixon. Inspection super- reported) yesterday. SAVE 40c Fyne Taste ,_ Pliofilm Sealed for Freshness! Limit' 1 with $5 or more orderCOFFEEL

FBI FED. 2 N?ru &lOft., FES 5 Jaycee MeetingSet visor meat of plants FES In the who state said will all Contributions PBst'week were from receivedIn : Mrs.

Monday be required to meet new fed E.: M. Davis H. C. Brown
eral.. ts.te.meat Inspection re- Mrs.-H:'C. Brown, B."B. Row- 29C
JACKSONVILLE COLISEUM() The .Starke Jaycees will quirements. land T. T.. Long. Mrs. Eva LB. BAG
I.meet Monday night, Jan. 22 '3Sd't"y'rx' !" a"' .fir! Ataderson.-.'and Florida'' Bank"
all of-Starke Mis.
at 6t rtce.; ; .
Olen 'Duke Fort Lauderdale
... \ and Mrs.- Audrey P.. Christy GOOSE GIRL ASSORTED LJBBY-S M.SdCLAt.E. BRAND it oz. CANS

r 11x14 ONLY Valdosta Mrs Simpson''oa. Is grateful< to MIXES. 3.6 oz. pkgs.; 25c PEAS..or..coB.N. ..6J.oxr--, SUXOOQLJUON STYLE.,

all who' have contributed thutfar UlSCUir, PANCAKE, GRIDDLECAKE!: CORN. ,

\ others would respond so that I Sen Call.Green label 6ft oz. |Can SAVE 33o L" $E$ BRAND$ SAVE 45o -.. 15V4 OZ.CANS,
e. M w work can be started on the '
r cie 1 ning' project,in early .. TUNA FISH Scans. 1.00' CHILI-! "wj&34; .! ,Scans,, .1.00
eprlntr. I
Anyone wWhlnsr"'to'have a SAVE'de' 5 LB. BAGGrits.
W, a part In helping make Crosby
*I' ; p + 9' k 4 II Lake Cemetery more 'present
t. t able may fill in the following e
coupon and send with a.con .29c
I tribution to Mrs. John Simp- or: l .
I son. 206 S. Water St.. Starke "

Fla. 82091: .. . 6 .._ ._ __ .. .
I ft 1 t .
fi Zep\1i7.r'\ ''Brand'BanningPEPPERS SAVE 14Troptot Golden Rave Plain or Self-Rising
i ,
[Name -'. 22moz:'5 jar '1.5c FLOUR 5 Ib. bag 35c
I 100 j
C. NO AGE LIMIT M. Cr MIM d, :gej-o<< :' pANS 1 Dixie;'Ghl Jt ,16 ;iOZ. CAN

4 Street or Box No.1 .PINEAPPLE;: .. ,5 for ,$IJO) 'PORIC' 4r P. .} NSN .- 9c
Wi l "ollubjicli '
Limit ol one .9# portrait per' family .
2003004.00 (Tae Incl.) Fri.. lab. X .:15. ft 1:1 IS .p.m.. per ." I -
*.>.. F.k, 110:5e: a.m.* >* I
SAVE $1 DO I 2.30: O. t:15 p..... Full Length and\Hand PossettOQ, Svtra;*-'yPHOTOGRArHW ; Farm Bureau [ ,
Sun., F.b. 4 2iOO. ft. ':00 p.m. ,. .-
en kids under. 12 Moi.. F.... 5 4i1S 6. (.15 p.....* ) Family Night BLEAH
M' M.t. Or | at
10.30;: 6: Monrld.f.I"V:: ChlldraiTi. Prlcn Apply wriu. BE IN THIS STORUj|. Supper PlannedA .. -

TICKETS NOW ON SALE! Family! Night.Supper,and '
FOOD meeting will be held by the u-uty Skim TALL C4N'Lyke'. I 3 OZ. CAN
JACKSONVILLE COLISEUM I Thursday, January 25 Bradford at the Brooker County School Farm ca.fetor-I Bureau EVAPORATED MILK lOc:: POTTED MEAT lOc

Mitt n DEI'IS'' Send Mll-addrMMd. stamped cnv.lopc ro oth.r with I 11 A.M. till 6 P.M. lum Saturday night.
b.k.onvll 11 Coliseum chock IMS or E.money Adam order Strut to,Rlniillng JicluenvllU. Broi.,, Fl Clrcui..., 32202.The will start at 7 p. m.. with apioqrara Red BirdVIENNA 4 OZ. CAN Lyke'a 21 OZ. jC.
to follow after !supper : 39c
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--- -
The Farm BlAreau1m' furnish -\

and fried drinks chicken with hot ladles bis FROZEN ,SAVE 33c 2 LB. POLY BAG

I ked to bring a saad.vege-
I table dish or dessert.
: The program will consist of
i a discussion of proposed Coun- FRENCH FRIES $1.
ar ty zoning regulations by George of- 4 FOR. ,
I W;' Roberts chairman
the'County Zoning commit-


and others. DINNERS 3 for ..$1.00 BREADED SHRIMP 97c

I MEAT PIES 15e ASPIRIN Only Limit 2 9c


Common Kidney or Bladder Trrltdtloni -I
make many men and women
feel tens. and nervous from freqUent,
burning' or Itching urination" night SOLID O-LEO LB.10C
and day. Secondarily, you Baotaahe I
cash & carry \ at' WESTBUILDING sleep and/feel and cider have' iteedeche.tired, depreued. In
such usually bringste
r eaisecsut; cl4rbl .-
I I I k : 1; ; f.palo.cetCYSTb'nXat druggist I3.Ing *y.e6 / Miracle TwUted King Size 20 OZ. .LOAF LEAN FIRST CUT RIB '

I REGULAR 2 FOR 4lc .'

SP6CIAl. COLGATE 11 oz. can 39c


,. U. Ce.44J..aPt \ \.. \ \ Ask LOIN CHOPS LB.MorreU '59c'

Charley Pride REO. 49o LB. BOLL Aalea. All '.1\&*.t";BklnlCM 12 OZ. PKOS.SAUSAGE .

.: E.NCLOSURE 29 Ee .. 3 Ibs. $l;OO 'FRANKS'3 for 1.00

I \ Johnsabout Flask ForkSHOULDER 2 LB. PKO."

\ ROAST lb. 39c SMOKED ,SAUSAGE 79c'
*JlEA v V GLASS S 1 I -

*NYLON ROLLERS ,: this question: BUDGET SLICED BACON 3 lb...$l 'OCEAN 'PERCH'', FILLETS lb. 29c

*ASILV INJrAl.L6br a ''A young men, riding SAVE He QUICK FROZEN .SAVEJSOc -._ [--t1deU..BreadeL

as. a passenger in the with a FRYER GIZZARDS lb. 25c VEAL STEAKS -' lb. box 59c
young woman rear .
i of a car, attempted to 8AVK 18c LB. ...,TENDER SLICED 8AVB 8
r. throw lighted firecracker BEEF LIVER Ib. BEEF lb.
'.. ,. out the car window. The 33c -

43 LOCATIONS IN 1 10 STATES window was ,closed the
INCLUDING 14 IN GEORGIA firecracker exploded inside U. S. NO..1 WHITE IRISH 10 LB. BAG.SEC7JON
.....'I'"ftl..I'"TI'"C." .. _... ....-1 the chain
!.a ,' .0I. car causing a explosion -
In SIX PANEL UKCO1IATO11 stn GAINESVILLE, of other firecrackers.
: :

LI[J [J I LUI4U riu 'U"ra bIU aa II .a OOR E] SCJU s'a EN:a'a OOD FLA. man'. Is Homeowner it true that Policy the POTATOES 39c-

3330 N. Waldo RL( paid the damage claim for '

,,,1. [J [f :J OUY: $1631 EJ= r $1739 Phone 376-2604-1.'a : woman injuries?" to the 'young FRESII CRISP PASCAL LARQ)!:'imct.F.LORmA' ...'

l "xs'a.. .17."S ... a7..T h CELERY .. talk, .. .." _..8el l GRAPEFRUIT _.. each 5c
Charley E.. JannaAgency .. .

w ,. 131 S. Walnut St.. ONIONS lb. Be STRAWBERRIES .. 3 pis. $1.00S

: : PHONE 984-5070 .

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TliUnSPAT. JAN. 18. 196* 8RA1WOR1)m"""", 'rrfxnPArIL: STAttKB.! IILORiD11'' SECTION. 1A PJ\GE3_ ,., I
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.' S 311! ,,.e, a. v Y' .1
To Cortsolo l x
Urged dbte : City .AIiifit .. ;J -S
: .! .\ ;
_.1 .. .r. _

C//y/ And County. Governments : -Study DelayedAuditor -

Step to protect the existing may try to'eonsolldate! various the be v t tt I ..
Weflslature will not; of Union-\ Onupty. 'were urgedby counties, .juoli as Bradford. and >to"..coitsollcjwt-'+ amallcounties, cf, the his %> 'I ? ,
t City on ;\ .
Diet'16;, Kept,Gene Shaw Ina Union." III /tout Ooutd withhold state funds. 4.Yn' / t
audit for fiscal ending
talk to &o Lake Butler Citingfigures to prove his The problem Is common to i ie I.Sept '30. 1967 will year be riven eJ ,V11 di ',
a .
Rotary Club Tuesday. point. Show bald that in 1968 ,*aqfr of-tho six oounties !n' his at the Feb. 6 meeting. n.4VSr .
A committee should ba formed Union County received a-'tpiM jdiatHct.-Bh&p:: told 'the Rotaslans ,,- Scott, of the firm of Purvis
soon f tto'work: on consolidation of 92.L million in state HMHe> ** and urged them tobegin Gray and Powers of Gaines- '. HI r ...
\ of.-county'and munic- fits and that only $61! ,OOO working out a plan on con- ville, was due to go over the \ r
ipal govertUJlfl1t'Within the was collected''l locally. TM figures a.RlIdatl1d'.Ithln! thai area audit with the council Tues f u : T
county: saw ..said; toro eliminate represent A JatJo'.of: *tait' overlapping: : responsibilities I aid of, $3.66'for' each person\ '' 1 were asked the appointment because of a ::

; and ,reduce costs.: in Union County compared to by the Rotarians mainly on death In his family. The new 1'1
"If ;you don't take such only 67 CeI\ta.per capita'! In .a, how .* .icohunUtoe! to initiate report has been praised by ,.
action soon,' the House mem- larger county ''Shaw ..said.- th* fedftoitproposed. could be members of the council who
ber warned, "The Legislature Rep. Shaw'.said he believes t'medI; *Shaw said the county h have termed It the most com-
t commlmton 'or isohool boardeoeM plete and comprehensive ever

I ctavt the ball rolling and A. ,hail receive made.
Poatal Clerk Edward a Certificate of
The report was given to the
act of glslatilre -
that special tile..Le
NOWNATIONWIDE a H t.,,not :needed'Ark Merit from Poatmanter Cliff Iliunn for' his efficiency In distributing council Jan...3. "

I acthad; been""proppedto mall In the .Stark pout :oHIre. Bids, on.a trencher and OW
I street opened at
sweeper were
83t tip a Study group InBillKl'tol'd'
in, 1965 but Postal Clerk; Edward A' 'Hall the meeting Tuesday night..
County ,., Both sets were, sent to the
bogged down when It could: notlac .88M-- OF DELMONT 88 SAViNGD'5pecia'
city's engineers. Reynolds I
: dti cld -who would serve Cited For Job
Outstanding Smith) and :Hills of Jacksonville '
,pn. M\e coz i ttee. for evaluation to be cer-
Guarantees Renewalon *j equipmentSpecial! savings'Specially!' now!
Edward A. HaH, distribution gnlze personnel who perform tain the equipment meets specifications -
Business Help They're all droned up and Jutt name it and it's your*-along So give Olds young wheel a''
o.f clerk in MM Stark post In any above average man- ready to roll I The most attractive);. with famous Oldsmobile ualily'whirl.. Check out a Dnlmont 88n'specially
'68'Dimes Prive office, has been presented ,a ner," Postmaster .Cliff Hazen Bids on the trencher were D.Imon188awaITh.y're I and ,id.. A new generation now during Olds
Car Home HeaWf f and f. Certificate for outstandingPerformanAe Stated. from Superior Tractor Co., equipped just the way you like ot..Rocket V-81.And all.at special 1 "88 Days"'at your nearest
'"A rood businessman' knows In the distribution Hall has been a Starke $7.374, and Jacksonville Trac- 'em-and priced the tame way I laving'that make,, "r ,Oldtnobiledealersi
tor Co.. 7054. You can buy one with a vinyl owning on., '
that bald health Is bad bust- of mail: postal employee for eight fop.Delu.ewh.eldlsesWhiM aasi.rthanwofl8res.Deluauteeringlahsst
andmore The certificate entitles Hall years.He has served as secretary Bids on the sweeper were .
Life Tnat's-why more ,
Insurance neas.. e.
business nwn'ln'Btfad= town immedIate salary Increase to Local 2782 UTPC APL- from Slmonls Inc., $12.743; Chrome lender mol i'SP.!
ford County are joiningin.;<4 which It would normally CIO, a delegate to the annual Florida Equipment Co., $12-
352, And M. D. &
Moody .Sons
the fight against birth de- require him 'three'years to state convention of the Florida -
Across The Board fects." according to Basoom F. obtain. The recommendation Federation of Postal me. $11.773.In ayas'r r a ar
.other .ctlon. the council:
MlzeU Jr., President of First for the certificate commendedHall Clerks, delegate to the biannual -
to Install sewer!
Federal Savings and Loan Association for his speed and accuracy : '- convention of United Agreed j
For many years Nationwide has provided guaranteed of Starke.- In handling the mails i Federation of Postal Clerks lines to the county mainten-

renewal on Life and Health insurance. Now Businessmen have already ''It Is the policy of the .AFL-OtO, and Is the organizer ance.... barn at a cost of $433.
January 15, we will offer as a matter of company raised .$200( for the 1968 Post Office Department and (vf Local 2783 Woman's Auxiliary :Agreed to make street
for 10 Intersections for ,
the l local Post Office to reco0 -' \jvtv and 3PFPC.Sgf. signs
policy an important new famlllleCurity first by Dimes Drive. '. '" the City of Keystone Heightsat ,
adding both Auto and Homeowners Protection to Named as chairman foil the a cost of $12.50 each. a F t
our guaranteed renewal service. Business and Industry: Committee Instructed, Utilities Supt.
for the 1968 March of Oscar to if
This means your Auto and Homeowners pro- Davis see .power-
Dimes drive, Mizell added: poles on Temple Avenue need ,
tection will be guaranteed renewable for five years "We must try to Improve, the painting. Clerk Merrill Ed-
after each policy is in effect for 60 days. It is level -physical and emotional wards reported a. firm had offered -
not complicated. health In our nation. A to clean and paint them
nation's wealth, depends on for $15 each.
First of course, you must have valid licensesfor the health, of Its citizens Purchased one booth for

protection.each driver in your bPusehold to renew auto, particularly"Every year Its children.:250.000 children the Okayed county fair utility for $60.account' Give Olds: y g wheels a whirl JiM I.

Second, in both Auto and Homeowners, you need are born with defects in I r
only pay your premiums- -with policy forms and the tional United Foundation-March States. The" Na-of December totaling $357. -

rates in effect .at renewal. and we'll keep you Dimes is constantly: ] workingto r -
covered. reduce this tragic toll. THE RIGHT t JPOCTT for the BALDWIN CHEVROLET INC '

Say "Guaranteed Renewal" when you call the "For children: with birthde f the way you writ. Came In ,

man from Nationwide. Or if you're already one of fects the March of Dimes sup- T and sleet :rear favorite ESt r. S. HIGHWAY 301 NORTH STARKE FLORIDA:-
the several million policyholders-your guarantee, ports a network of 90 Birth TERBKOOK fountain pen. .
Detects Research and Treat- TELEGRAPH w
!starts! automatically. On us. .
ment Centers: throughout the ,. .. a
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country where teams of distinguished i f

BILL POWELL Hand orate in In hand patient physicians}with' treatment.treatmentgoes collab- 2- Yes, it used to cost 7950 to sleep _on, ;

Phone 964.6464 404 W. Madison St research carried on At the .....+a..kNperr.. .-.5 w

,I .Starke.. Florida, hospital laboratory."Your bedside Individual and or in corpor-- the Kemp Commended'Tech. .. : luxurious BLUE' CLOUD. !.- ; "

ate contribution to the March Sgt. Perry J. Kemp Lion Medal at Orlffiss APB.
i of Dunks will do much'to alleviate [left] son of W. p. Kemp of N. Y, from Col. Win A. IxmLawtcy. -
suferlng and raise our is shown receiving the ey. vice commander of the =
I,;'SPJ'81tn191f8aq[ .,UOI1'11U U. S. Air Force Commenda- 416th FieldSquadron. Maintenance SPRfNG AfR. SLUE-CLOUD

Mizell ald.Adjustable. 1
Sgt. Kemp was decoratedfor .
meritorious service a .
Mothers Set as / .JI
I Book ''
Mutual' fire tniwanci, CwnpwyrNatliEwliM I 'Vbxj machinist at Orlffiss. and was '
Muluil Insurance Campeny'Mationwid.
NittcmwIiJ III* Insurers Company, .home officai Columbus, Ohio Caver Afl Bfaes. SO *'"nU ea.at Dimes March cited for his exceptional! professionalism f'f MALDNE

.,The Telegraph and devotion to
Monday, Jan. 29 J. 1

Mothers will ring doorbells duty.With 21 years of service 'behind Foam over Innerspring or 100% Foam"RjJibber/

Monday, Jan. 29 in Bradford him, Sgt. Kemp recently '
I County to collect: funds for completed: a tour of duty at JY.sr
IF YOU LOVE YOUR MONEY I the March of Dimes 30th An- Tan Son Nhut Air Base In trey"e.
I nlveraary.I Vietnam. This is his third Air > ., _
When a March of Dimes Force Commendation Medal.S .
I t. Kemp Is married to the
mother comes to your door, ,
former Louise Prevatt, of a; r laic.
open your heart and give, for ..f .., .
Save Steadily Save Here, your gift may make the difference Lawtey, and his mother, Mrs. V ,
Mollle gumner; lives in Savannah -
between life andeath <
A- \_ Where Your Earnings are Com for a child with birth Ga. J '
pounded Quarterly on Passbook detects Dimes Drive Chairman r y r1
Jim Temple
urges. ,r
Savings Makes Your Money "The marching mothers are .r -
Grow. grateful that they can help a
child, and are grateful! if their
I I own children are healthY:' 12Wid; $s. E

I Mis. Pauline Tanner, starke,, ... S' H
Account Junior Woman's Club President Custom, .
Open a Saving : 'Made ova I
I said upon her appointment t
I as chairman of the 1951 .F 11Florid" LivhiEYO

i'p Today! :, Mothers' March In Bradford .Oet> MowP4r'Your' .

SAVING ACCOUNTS County."I know all the women : 'is ,S

working' with me feel the No Salaried ..or'Colbmi88ioned : 49Our
HOME LOANS same way. It's a privilege to, Employee i !
serve so worthy a causa!
BANK BY MAJJU .Every; year 250.000 ,babies In ,DAD & BRAn LARSEN. I ER1rffEDYAI Ei j

i the United States are bom, LIKE .TO. WORK, ,i txmetctdltg J
with defects. Birth defects box spring

are the nation's! second great- YOU Benefit! flnwt whM ta 60 j.aw of tptatirf manufacturing (Foam rubber sold In seta ontyj

I est killer.' They destroy an. .... .
,;.t ;._. ., .* *Uh4
, estimated 500,000 lives before -
birth and kill: 60,000 children AH Sizes m Display Your choice of Foam over tanereprina. rron-aIergenfc.! No cottons, sisals cr) other?

and adults each year. 8.10.12 Wide or 1 00%Foam Rubber. i I mold and mildew-prone materials. '

'T_ j L1i : "When I read about these I lye' Baths Luxurious Blue Cloud cover Puff-Quilted 1 Permanent Silent-Seal Box Spring, coated
In the newspaper
deckled figures to offer my servicesto and Expandable I to foam. ) I. to prevent rust, noise and saueaks.,

help. True, my contribution .. I Lighter;.. actually 27%lighter for ease 1 Never needs turning.
seems small when comparedto -; ss> handling. Light slim and trim > CJimatized sClori '
I IY the overwhelming picture, New and Used Aa g

,, but every start must .begin ..'
'P with the first step. Perhaps' 8-Yr..financing availableUse ;ICING SIZE QUEEN SIZE
your will be the step that
.allow some unfortunate chile I Our Rental-Pur-
to( wwalk again" Mrs. Tanner.
II as:d. I I chase .Plan-Payments I
I .Under $50 Per
Much of the money contributed : ,
i to the March of Dimes [ I

Ii I II goes program into which a vigorous seeks research to shed, MonthF '- 95Mt JJ ,

i light on the complex mysteries HfJIt!: 199! 14995

: of birth defects. Another i I 1 (Mattran.nd _
part Is earmarked for public: Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE mr Nng bo. w)Wrl Jl4eranr .

education programs. Yet an-! t ClimatizedTa_Florida ..
other part goes to support a .- .

ly countrywide 100 Birth network Defects of Centers near/ FuU ,Lake PrlvUegre*, It's A 'Fact You Can Do Better At .:

where youngsters may receive Homestead Exempt- ,. rn
teamcoordinated: specialized Financing<

I and! Loan r y viMr ,treatment., Lake> Geneva Denmark Furniture Co.

Savings THE RIGHT, POINT:' for the .
write. Come In
way you Trailer Sales 434 W. .Call Street Phone 964-582
and select your favorite. E8- ; "; ..'
TELEGRAPH. 0. Boat 100, On.MO. M Makers of tho famous SPRANG AIR Matins
? 218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964.5000 i'i'r Keystone'lM hU \ -BACK_ !SUPPORTER .1II"JI.r! !
A classified ad In the Telegraph Open Sun. & Evening ,
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-,--- SECTION 1A PAGE 4 -- IITAIU I. 'nx>Rn>A. THTOSPAY. JAN. U. 1968 _

ing will be held at the Masonic W. 1
Dunwoody Garden Club
Hall Tuesday, Jan. 23, at/10 Seeks
Keystone Hilites! NEWS NOTES a.m. A covered dish luncheonwill Funeral Services Plans Arbor Day LaRue Indians

be served, with beveragesand L2LI
By Helen Ec rolls furnished by the Held TuesdayWalter I Participation

By Kegina Shuber Club.PERSONALS : '
Keystone Raymond; Dunwoody, Plans for participation In District One
Tlease Phone in Your Items 473-3067: COMMUNITY CHURCH ;; -' 'III.- of Lake Geneva died Sat- Arbor Day activities were f."

'Post holiday travelers seeking urday In the Bradford County completed at a meeting of the Win 7044The

The first general meeting of: Florida sunshine experienced Hospital after a brief lllixesss.Ha .. Garden Club of the Lakes

Woman's Club 1st Training Bde., Ft. Polk. the Church Women was held in some difficulty In; drivIng was born In Rome. Ga. on I held at the home of Mrs. R. Clay Co-op Post :
the educational !building on through sleet and snowstorms November 17 1891 In December.
The Woman's Club has La. 7159.ARBOR. ( and had H. Schneberger
planned a novel program for DAY January 8 with the programon \' on. the way down. On lived In Lake Geneva lor the I Arbor Day will be observedby Indians used
I Keystone
the monthly luncheon meetIng An Arbor Day 'program, "World Neighbors" orrang Wednesday, Jan. 10 )Irs. past six ;years* moving ,therefrom planting a tree at the Key- George E. LaRue, Keystone The district meeting will beheld superior rebounding to roll

'Tuesday Jan. 23. at 12:30: 'sponsored by the Woman's ed by Mrs. Frank Ilegan Emma B. Holichuto and Mr. Starke. stone Heights Library on Friday Heights Insurance agent and at 7:30: p. m Tuesday over Hastings 70-44 last Sat

noon at the Educational Club will be held In Azalea chairman and Mrs. Fred Harmeyer of Mr. Dunwoody' was a member Jan. 19. at 1 p. m. A former city councilman Is a Feb. 6, at the Mlddleburg urday night for their third

Building of the Community Park on Friday, Jan. 19. at A letter was received fromD. Queens Village, Long Island, 'of the Oddfellow lodge reading will be given by Mrs. candidate for director of Clay Civic Center. Nominations for basketball!; win In 13 games of

Church. 3:30 p. m. G. Peters about hlu wife N. Y. were delayed several and the Masonic order In Schneberger and officials attending Electric Cooperative District the directorship will be made the current season.

It will ,be a "Birthday The Boy Scouts and Girl Isabell'a recent major surgery hours in reaching Keystone, Rome. having: received his so the program will in- 1. from the floor at this time. Sandy Orayson ,poured In

Tables" celebration. Twelve Scouts will take part In a In a Tucson, Ariz hospital. where they were guests of year Masonic pin last Novem Include Mayor Ray Blames The office Is currently held The two candidates pollingthe 25 points for the winners and

tables will be decorated with "Presentation of the Colors" This couple lived In Keystone Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Schroederfor ber. He was a member of the County Commissioner O. J. by Richard Murrhee another hlahjst vote at this meet- collared 18 rebounds. Jim Mc-

approplate theme for each ceremony. some time ago. in the late the Eastern Star dinner. Presbyterian Church. Murrhee and Library Board Keystone Heights Insuranceman Ing will have their names Millan led the losers with 14

month. Mayor Raymond Starnes Mrs. Walrath's home. and were Mrs. Holachub will remain fora Surviving are his wife Anna Member, Mr. Titus. who will be a candidatefor placed on the ballot at the points.

.Members will be at tablesof will give an Arbor Day Ad- subscribers to the Telegraph visit with the Schroedera, Lee Dunwoody. of Lake Geneva The next meeting of the I reelection.action annual meeting In March. Keystone also won the junior

their natal month. dress. The public Is Invited to which they still enjoy. while the others tour Florida. ; one brother. Moss W.Dunwody. club will be held at the homeof varsity game 41-24.

Albert Watson will be the attend.MELROSE. Anyone wishing to write to Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lembkeand ., ot Rome; and two ( Mrs. L. C. Stripling on of this court In admitting 8..A1l purpov. grease oil Lose To Greenville

guest epeaker. His topic. "His Mrs. Peters, who is still recuperating son, Raymond.. of Cincinnati sisters. !Mrs. Jessie Scogelns, Lake Geneva at 1 p.m.Thurs said will to probate-should notstand grade 80 and 140.Gear 8 itallon lubricate 55 gallon drum.
tory of Keystone Heights." rYY Y Y T.YYYWWYY TYYY in the Tucson hospltal Ohio spent the Christmas of Summervllle, Ga., and Mrs.J. day. Jan. 25. unrevoked.s/ '1'. A. Yawn must met M I L-L 21 tS Speci name of Olan Nobles cost the

We hope for 100 per cent may call Mrs. David holidays /with Mrs. Lembke' P.. Mullenax of mulberry. COUNTY JUDGE fleet. Ion. Indians a 7S-53 loss to Greenville -

atendance of members at this Nelson for the address. parents Bill and Helen Pinon Funeral" services were held Firm publication on January lb.7.containers Multi-purpose and Grease 120, lb. In vontulners. S5- last Friday night.
18, 1965.Thomas
meeting.Woman'a. I Executive Board members of Smith Lake ''but were delayed at .3 p. m. Tuesday In Rome World.He & Pierce Hitting most of his game
Golf Association will meet on January 22 at one extra day on their with Interment in Eaatvlew seems to be quite a smarty. 20:1-206: North Temple Ave., 8. All No. S 'Fuel and kerosene leading 35 points from the top
The Woman's Golf) Association flowsIaAAAAAAAAAkAAAAAAAA DeWttt Jones lots of fun Starke. Fla to be supplied to the CUII..Ihouse -
By Joyce 1 p.m. return trip due to storms: Cemetery. C. They are 1/18 4t 2-1 Agricultural Complex'! of the key Nobles pulled
enjoyed a day of golf on EASTERN STAB Mr. and Mrs. David Brewerof Funeral Home of Keystone To be with together. Health Clinic, and County Jail. down 18 rebounds to lead in

Thursday "Ladies' Day." Under the general chairman. Plymouth. Mass are visiting Heights was In charge of local They'll brighten :your cloudy In The (',.uny .Juil..r*. Court Is. The .,ucceaHful bidder will supplier purchase that department.

An unusual tournament was This week's news will be ship of Mrs. O. J. Murrhe at the John Glllls home arrangements. days. And For Bradford Consitr, FI...- all underground from': the prexent equipment at Orayson kept the Indiansin

held as the ladies played from kind of skimpy, due to Illness Jr., and a supporting membership Mrs. M. R. Bowen had expected And bring back sunny weather. Ida.In re Estate: of NEATEUt!: M.PKTCHKH. major oil company prlftH.the the ball game with 20
the metis' tees. The first low The Board reserveS
In the family. My father committee the visit of three former Atlanta .. deceased..NO'I to reject. any or all bid.. points and 17 rebounds.
net winner was Sue Dwyer. Ing around the house hunting Stephanie and Paul are their < H OK" PHOHATB
Stothhommer. was Worthy Grand Matron lone Ca. friends for a visit but In (SEAL: ) Oreenvile also won the preliminary
Mildred! sutton was low putts. placed kittens.and crying. We sure children, To All Persons' Charlua A. Darby, Clerk
on the list .
serious at 39-34.
Hald Decedent:
Keen. was an outstanding due to illness their visit was The Estate Of
The winner of the nine hole the Veterans Hospital In event for Keystone Heights.! delayed. However, as she had do miss them. tournament was Virginia Corey OalnesvUle. and four grown ones makes a knows. written Instrument purport-
Three of my sisters Tables were set for a hundred planned an afternoon ,tea for Inn to ha the last will and testament CAM FOIl IlIn" play Branford at the
of the Club. the surfboard -
a new houseful of cats. like to ride
: and their families have They of Maid duuedent had The llo..rrt..t. 'ounty Commlnxlonorii Keystonelym./ .
halls invited guests
On January 21, the "Hus come to ''be with at this guests, and the banquet her friends the Tony! and Jean Ball were liven ,admitted to probate In of, KrauTord, r'minty! ,
band and Wife Best Ball" 9 I time. decorated In red white enjoyed a friendly social hour over Sunday and spent the And also play dominos. this court., You are hereby. com Florida. will receive Seated. Blili.. .
Theyare Miss Carol and blue the colors of the with her in her new home manded within six I calendar at D:30 on the morning of February / *, and
''will be held. pour says:
tournament lovely.As
Bowl ,
to all
day 'Watch the Super quite
Rothhammer of Little Rock. They are months. from the date of the 7, 108H In the ei tirtio"nn The ,
All members are urged to par- Ark.i Mr. and (Mrs. Don Beach Keystone Worthy Matron, Mrs Assisting Mrs. Bowen were: and see Green Bay massacre you can probably. tell. publication of this notice to appear of the courthouse for the. f\JI'1 In time name bu..lne of 8 conducted all the persons under
ticipate. Geraldine Jackson. Mrs. R. F. Howell and Mrs, Uatuand. And .for the time I've been In this court and show lowing. the foregoing fictitious
and sons, and Mrs. Dale !Price name
Theie will also be a tour- The theme of the meetingwas Peg Fordyce. I Mr. and Mrs. Doyle James around them cause. If any you can, why the On. (I) HydraulIc, flrador fend the exteot of the Interest
daughter Cindy of Tulsa action of this court In admitting Mounted right of way and Bunk of ench of them In laid business
nament for members whose Okla. "Smile" and every member Louis Kyle, who has 'been were visited by .Mr. and Mrs. I think they're really swell. said will to probate shouldnot maintenance. brush and tree I. as follows:

sponsors do not play golf so I would also like to ,thankall was presented :with a Camellia on the sick list was happily I Chester Fee of Illinois over In a few' days they'll leave us. /a stand. T. A.unrevoked.YAWN cutter. Two Hoom.blade Hydraulic cutter Articulated HJMtenm -- HARRY ORUEN. D. 1>. 8, P.A.
be sure to sign up. of those kind people In corsage a gift PTA NOTICE the community who have beenso the garden of Association brother and sister-in-law Dr. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kite home. First publication on llth day position cutter: Reach. not lean vld..nt.By /" *". Harry aruen- Pr.-

The PTA meeting of Keystone good ''WIth their offers. of. Patron J. Azzle Williams and and Mrs. E. J. Kyle of Lake' Jr. were in Crystal River last But I hope it won't be long of January A. 1>. 11H l/ll. 4t 3-1 than wheels 18: Cutting feet from Swath Urader not front lean Sworn to ana sunnonoed be.

Heights High School help for the family' organist. Irene Williams.\ George, N. Y. Dr. Kyle has weekend sightseeing. Mr Kite before than five and oiic-luilf >feet fore mo this 13th day. of Dec
will be held on Thursday. Jan. I I Our deepest sympathies to After dinner. the officers and retired and he and his wife i attended!; .the Boat Show In Again to Florida! l IU. S. A.] In Tl. Ciinnfr :JiidK*'* Court Intad wlilrVllll: oilier. standard. ember JHf7: .

18. In the school cafeteria at Mr. and :Mrs. XjaveUe'lMcOee! : 'members retired to the chapter plan to locate In Florida soon' Miami last weekend. they.ll roam. ,liln lee llrndford <'uun<>, l-'lur equipment on ooiinty'ti unil' 1 cOlllpl..lelymuunte,1 Gallon, 118 IsA.Notary. B Public Blackburn Jr.

8 p. m.Here for the loss of thetr son, William : room to pay.special honors to :Mrs. Ella Gerst, mother of I' Dee and Betty Morris and In r'''; 1 Extate of Neater MPETCHKri motor grader. Thin l In to be an Illy 0mmll"0n Expires AUIr.
And There Lavelle who the.'Worthy Grand Matron. Mrs. Geneva Chab Is back In children Vere In Eustls over : deceased Roanoke. Hlnt Cutter or equal. 23, 1970.
passed away RIGHT POINT for the NOTICE: TO CRF.DlTOnaAll Thin contract. IH to be made. 12/21 4t 1/11
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Mrs. J. Tullls a former last week. ,Recognition was ( given to Keystone Club Estates for an the weekend visiting her par Inand creditors of the estate of under a lea,.. purchase agree
resident of Keystone! Heights. Sgt. BuTt Sullivan left Part Grand (Matrons and extended visit with her daughter. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond the way yon write. Come Neater M. Petcher deceased. ment. SI.000.00 down payment CONCRETE PRODUCTS
In home. select favorite ES- hereby notified and renulrdd .' and balanue paid In three ...qualpa.ymentL
la now a nursing Tuesday afternoon for a year Patrons of the Grand Jurisdiction They spent the holidays Slaven. your are demands

after a stay In the hospital.Her of duty in Vietnam. His family of Florida' : Mrs. Verna In Texas with relatives. Mr. L. W. Pap] Norsworthywas TBRBBOOK fountain pen. against to file said.any estate claims In or thn officeof The Board renervp tho right INSIST THAT ALL TOtJB

sister has written that wlU remain In Melrose Brice. PaM; Mrs.' '.Frances Chab's two 'brothers: are in Richmond Va. last week a* The Telegraph. the County Judge of Bradford to rrjnct, : any or all bids CONCRETE)
Mrs. Tullis would appreciate during his absence. Gray ,PGM: Mrs. Frances military service and both have : on business. and visited: his Adjustable Vinyl Book courthouse County at Starke Florida, Flnrlilu In. the. (SEAL Charles) A. Dnrliy .'Icrk ARK!: TIlE BEST FROMEdward'

hearing from old Jriends. Her Chester Wesley apent last Keisllng, PaM: and Vincent: been hospitalized. Master Sgt. brother Randolph. In Hampton cents eaat within Mix calendar months 1/11 21' 1-18
address is: 1937 OarTieldi St.. week in Orlando. Brice PGP. Other state offleers Hehachel Gerst suffered heat Va. Coven. All size 30 from the dat of the. first implication .

LIncoln. Nebraska 681>02. Mrs. Celestla West 'of Gainesville recognized were Grand, prostration1 In VUftiam and Billy Weber and Mike Poland The Telegraphy claim or of demand this notice must be Bach In FICTITlOI't 1W.t 1MI'': BTATUTKAFFIUAUT Building

Dr. George Bird of Syracuse -, spent last week' with Treasurer of (!Florida, Mia' has been returned to a Marine of Jacksonville were' visiting In ('ou...,. -.Ju.l.*'. Court Is writing nnd must state. the HARRY "UllUEN. D. D. S. Supply, line.
M. Y.'ls spending a few Mr. and Mrs. James Bradford Cuuntr, place of residence and post office
her daughter and family, Mr. Mary Laura Johnson; Grand Base in' Jackson Mlas. How A.d'< F r address of the. claimant. and STATH OP FLORIDA
weeks in Keystone-with his .
brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. OvId Gano. andi) Me- Conductress... Mra. Jessie Mae ard Gerst was bitten by a Bobbins on Sunday. of Firlds.In ro' : I Estate. of ALICE KITE must be sworn to bv the i-lalm- COUNTY this OF day DUVAL.On : personally appeared 726 8. Main.3724844OAINESVUJ..E
lissa. with Jerry Music grandson ant. hi. agent or his attorney
Grand while officer
Stedham:. and. spider .1..1. before me, an
and 'Mrs. John Blvd. of Magnolia John Chamblee son of Mr. Dorothy Kaes.A poisonous Force in the Philllp-, Mr. and Mrs. G .W. Bills has NUTIl'I' TO CnBDITOR or It will become- void accordIng duly authorized to administer !:. FLA.
Warder Mrs.Irene the Air .
to iaW.January
Drive. ? the Navy and Is stationed All creditors, of the estate nfAtli' oath., HARRY QRUEN. D. D. 8.
and (Mrs. 'Ibm Chamblee, lain on the Both are recoveringsatisfactorily. hereby 4. I98S.Haael I
clever courtesy ulnes. ? 111. Kite, deceased ere :i : who being first duly sworn, da-
Our regular columnist Jim Alachua General Hospital at Great Lakes I notified and redulred tit file Paulk
> of "Smjlea" was pre. .
Pox ''Will be In service for reserves suffering [from second and theme The Ellises were visiting In any claims or demands, which! I I HAZEL PAULK. Executrix ot
the officers as Anaociate the Estate of Neater M. Petcher -
sented Bald
by Charles pardee. Jr. son of have analnHt
friends last week. they may
Training' third degree 'burns followingthe Savannah Qa. deceased.
Conductress Jo Reed office of
estate In the
Mr. and ?drs. Charles Pardee "That's Our Business
who would like to keep In explosion of an oil heaterIn Dick and Frances Billiard county Judge of Bradford County First publication on the 11th GLASS
touch ''with him. his new ad- his home.DUPLICATE. sang "Smiling. I of Lake Geneva has returned spent last week In Quitman, Florida, In the. courthouseat day of January, A. It. 1968.
James R. The Worthy Grand 'Matron. home from four years of service mother. Starke. 1'101'11'1within eIcalenlar ,. 1/11 4t 3-1
dress Is: Pvt. Pox BRIDGE Os. with prances'
Grand months from the data \ L3 CALL WRITE VISIT
ER 149 83766. Co. C. 2nd Bru. Winners last week at the announced that -the ,' one year in Vietnam. Mrs. T. A. Sweat. Mr. and of the first publication of this CALL IfOn BIDS or
-,--I !Melrose Duplicate Bridge club Chapter will meet in Tampa, Word has (been received that Mrs. Garrett of Ocala. were notice. Each claim or demand. The Board of County Commissioners !! FOR ANY GLASS NEED
I April 9-12 and that anyone underwent must be In writing and must Bradford 1 : I
Jess Lewis' daughter visiting the Billiards on Sun- of CountyFlorida
were !Mrs. Roland and and
: Bryan state the "place of residence .
will receive firm sealed
interested in Joining the We Design Modern Store Fronts
surgery in New York day. address of the claimant -
Mrs. office ,
J. P. Vose 1st place; Mrs. I post bids at 10:00: a. m. on themorning
Emery Cooper and Miss Bessie Is welcome to contact the last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swear- and must be sworn to by ; of February 7. 196S, In I
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS the claimant, his agent' or hisattorney the Just Mail Us A Pattern For
chapter Matron. Jacksonvillelast the courtroom, In courthouse
Ingen :
W. P. (Koon were
Rutherford 2nd place; ) Wilson and or It will become void for the following:
Mrs 8. A. Allen and Mrs. J. Following the close. of the his wife Areena. were both'11\ Sunday visiting their cou according to law. This bid will be for the year Table TopsSHEA'S

I W. Foster. 3rd place; and Mrs. meeting a social hour was en- with a virus at the time of the sin. Terry Edens. who had un- January 11th. 1988. beginning February 7th, 1911S
Mary Cook and Miss Iva Hill Joyed in the banquet hall with Matron's dergone surgery that week. Louise Newman and ending December 31. 1968.
Worthy Mr. LOUISE! NEWMAN. ExeiMItrlx Thin bid will be considered asa GLASS CO.
yer. 4th place. refreshment served by Mrs Wilson is Worshipful Master They also visited Len. Linda of the. Haute. of Alice Package Did.
PTA Sarah Hallman, assisted !by I of Melrose Lodge No. 89. and Tammy Lynn Swearingen. Kite. deceased.Firm 1. Regular; gasoline not lea. I

Carey E. Fen-ell. Putnam Mrs. Judy Cunningham. .Sympathy is 'extended 40 This past Sunday the Swear- 1968.THOMA4. publication. on JUllllltl'YIS. than 2. Diencl III i firtnne Fuel, No. 3 "If It's Glass We Have It"

County School Superintend, FELLOWSm.CLVB Mrs. Walter Dunwoody the Ingens had lunch with Fred A. PIETirn :a. Motor nil. Case Lots In 24 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2-4353
o/ the Abel and later 203-SOS( NitTth Ten'I.I"U8 Uuurt ell liS. and 55: Uallon
MELROSE ent, and John Eubanks. Di- The first club meeting death of her husband last Sat and Mary Starke, Florida. UruinxI .
rector of Vocational and Adult new year was held in the urday. Anyone wishing to reachtier they were visited by Rufus 1/18 IL 2-8 4 I. Hid fur burying 3 1000Kiilloti I
Education; will be ueat Masonic Hall on January 11. and Mary Lovett of Jackson- tnnks.Motor .
of Lar-
speakers at the regular meeting with 52 members and guests may care !. Coon T ..u'I....*'. ..ur.. In. oil will meet A 1'1 !Service ,
son Mobile Home Park Lake ville.Pete AHd For Bradford ('011.. .,, ClHsalfluatlons. OH available DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
Barton were
and Joyce
BUSINESS of the Melrose FTA. attending the covered dish Geneva. Klnrlila.' in SAId Grades. low through
Mr. Fen-ell 'will apeak about luncheon. Outgoing 'President In Daytona on Sunday where In re! Estate of ALICE 4UW. This .oil Is to meet reijulrements .

the program of the new High Julius Hanson installed the -yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyVyy Joyce bowled In her bowling KITH.NOTIC1S] deceased.OF. PROBATE under .service of enirlnes clusxlflcatlon operating D. STARKE PHONE 961-6200

DIRECTORY School being built In Inter- following officers for 1W8: league \ To All Persons Interested In S. This oil IM to meet requirements /
laohen which is to be com' President; Mrs. Ethel Weyman; Mr. and Mrs. Owen Bryant The Estate Of Said Doc-dcnf. for military specifications KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176
pleted for the next echool 1st Vice President Thomas INDIAN BEACH spent the weekend In Jacksonville You am hereby notified that. M I LL.45199 for high output
and sv written Instrument purpnrtIngr dlvsel engine crankcase oil. It
year. High School Students Norwood; 2nd Vice President recently with Mr. to be the lust will and shall also meet the manufactur Rental Services

BEAUTY SHOP from Melrose will attend. Mrs. Martha Beam; Secretary, (Mae u....) ...) Mrs. H M. Coker. testament of said decedent hUllb..n 1'N recommendations for Series

The topic of \Mr. Bubanks Mrs. Fern Hanson; Treasurer By MkhMl H. Cttttf :Mrs Helen Walker spent this court.admitted You are to hereby probate com In 3 *Lob Motor Icatlon.Oil In ease lots, 24 HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS

talk will be adult education In Mrs. Nettle Smith. ... 47S-Z171 the Mrs. D. W Carpenter. month. from the date of the 1 I... met API Service Class M M CRUTCHES
Putnam County. He 'will explain Annual dues of $1 were paid
KEYSTONEBEAUTY of this noticeto MS DO
a&a& & aaGreeUngs. The weather hasn't been first publication & available MAE Grade.
classes available to area by 43 members. New members appear In this court! and show lOW through 40W and meet
SHOP residents and try to encourage Joining were John Kersey;,.Mrs. fellow Eskimos very ,good lately for fishing cause It any you can, why the Military Specifications MILL.

more adults to take avantage. Ella Gerst Mrs. Aughtry this is the remains of your but they are biting> some ac- I 2104 A. I e.i'
to Roy Grtfifln. They
Bdtth Johnson. Ownec of this program. Vance and Mrs. Marion 'Wil- frozen solid rolling-reporter. cording I 1
with 29
boat In
had one come
PwoonaJA Prior to the meeting a son. If we have much more of that Bar- that in
specs on Saturday. C. A. A tree may summer wear
Creative spaghetti supper will be held Guests enjoying the fellow- freezing weather. they'll haveto ringer of Jacksonville got 13 A nest of robins in her hair I
Hair Styling In the school cafeteria from ship 'were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon send me south to thaw outa Thursday to Saturday
Iodlvidui.1! Bmaty: (Car: 11:00 p. m. until 7:00 p. m. Burns of Iowa; Mr.: 'and while. Even, our friendly bass last from week. The bass seem

Kvtr Form of Beauty Culture Prices will be .1.25 for adults Mrs. W. T. Richards prospec. ducks were wary of the cold to be picking up some. If ,the BUT NOT THIS ONE!

Open Tuee..Sat. SVO; and $.75 for children. Pro- tive members; Mrs. Newton weather. We usually have weather ever warms up again,

dosed Monday ceed from the supper will go Hook of Ocean Grove, N. J., some ducks swimming on the maybe we will set to catch

to the Senior :Beta Club. who Is spending the. winter lake but 'we saw very few some of them. I .
CONCRETE The meeting and supper here; William 'Dawson, and Mr. over the weekepd. If this cold weather doesnt r .' \ ,
4 ,- This tree like others
will be held Monday Janu- and Mrs. C. W. Wood. Last Wednesday before the stop all of our friends will be I, '.! -9: In Bradford County many hurt been

Hawthorne Concrete ary 22 at the school. President Weyman appointed] real cold weather we had sick. It has been too cold to I '* ; f stifled "silently, and slowly

& Supply Inc I the following committees swimmers and 'surfboard rid- walk out the front door without by Spanish Moss public enemy -I
MURRHEEInaurance Hospitality Mrs. Lillian era Katie and Kathy Howardof getting sick, so there isn't I f' No. 1 of beautiful

REDI Norwood Mrs. Marge Tracy, Starke and Katie' sister much going on. Everyone is shade and nut bearing; trees.9 .
I MIX Agency and Mrs. Marlon Drlscoll. and family. Thomasirie\ Geo siting home watching televis- Visual proof that .

CONCRETE lUchard Mnrrh Assistant to Treasurer .- rge. Paul and Stephanie ion and trying to stay warm.
Bwy. 20 W. Hawthorne General Insraraaoa. Aft. Julius Hanson. Brown of London England If.you fish In this kind of

4S1-22. 20.11: Telephone Mrs. Mary WU- spent the day with us. Even weather. you need a portable Spanish Moss _
Jlre Casualty Maria cox. Mrs. Esther Krueger. Mrs., though' I had a bad cold'I : heater. and lots of clothes. So

NURSERY Auto Bond Mitta Loebeck and Mrs. Helen went out In the cold rain to until next week here's Leeon. KILLS TREES! A Friendly Place
K rtoM HelP 1'D-4'711
the ,boat for Believe -
O.C. Carnes Tlllman. drive them,. LEEONS CORNER .
Nursery Houston and It or not my cold got "The Browns" ,
IBw y 100, FlarsJioniAM Marlon Membership Driscoll. better. I have never seen any- Now I've :finally met them, Spanish Moan must
MUM SB of Stark!! SCHEDULE Nell one enjoy It as mUM as they George and Thomaslne! Brown. now while trees art MoneyRely
!Sunshine Mrs. Gray. .
I :dormant. A new machine
Knnwrj Stock Thousands Vance. did. Alvin Howard joined us And If everyone Is like they I
OF SERVICES and Mrs. Aughtry
son has keen purchased fcj
of Plants A Fruit Tret to for supper. Wednesday night are
tiooM from. Nice Entertainment Mra. Martha Otis and I went to Florida Pest Control & on us for Friendly Courteous Service
. Shade Tre. Pr'esiden George, London Is a swinging town. -
:Xhr. .. PARKof Beam and Wey. at the Hampton This phofo was made during Chemical Co. to rid home-
rKT u Landscape Prayer Meeting They came over from London.
the Notice the flowowners and farmers when we Welcome You
Church. Spring. of this to our
Plant All In containers) man.Table Baptist George To visit members of their
the Setting-Frank Will- ering shrubs and spreading menace. another step by
first hand look at howa
Plant sunyUin Camellia .JkacaJeas. got a klan.Thomaslne's. Family of Savings Account DepositorsRely
PALMSSUNDAYS mott, Robert .Farrell' Roland Southern Baptist Church a very nice woman foliage 1 of neighboring this company to 'be of better

Let urn .e y-_ landscaping Coutu. operates and was a most POP- plants. service to you.

: Phone 630-2165 Hostesses Martha Beam ular guest. And George Is a sporting. good on our Liberal Interest

11:00: A.M.7:30 P.M. Edna Hook Georgian Baker Friday night Jean and man. I DON'T I PLAY IT Rates to Keep Your Money
and Mitt Loebeck. YAKS 1 I II I
USED CARS Helen Tony Ball of Keystone and Thomaslne la quite friendly. I CHANCES SAFIITODAY Growing: FastenKEYSTONE
THURSDAYS Mrs. Eganand1
Publicity Jim and Sandra (Sam! Hlrscnf And looks like her sister. I 964-5745 _
7:30 P.M. 'Mm. Helen Titus.It leld of Gainesville came over Katie.
.Hank Used "
Cars hold Game STATE BANK
voted to
wan her' DIAL
FUNDAMENTALBIBLE for the Hirschflelds to get one Then there are traits of
BIG CASH DISCOUNT Day on. January 30 at St. Mrs. mother .."
TEACHING of our kittens. Mr. and ,
TERMSBUY Anne'* Parish House at 1:30: John Boss got two of them That makes her quite a like- RORIDA PEST CONTROL Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights Fla.

SELL TRADE: All Sen lees lieU la The p.m. Friday. so we only have two able lady.

f Kt. 1 Box: IICt New Bible Center HOMEMAKERS COUNCIL: I eft. Jean and Tony are getting Now George he \Is a cutter 09 E. PALL ST. CHEMICAL CO. "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
Vary. 100 8 MJles S. BUrke The Clay County Homemakers one of them so that leaves He really loves to party. **

quarterly council meet one. :Mathilda bas been) go- And In the British Business I Community.

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Social Security: : t\\
Y'' A t '
Ipi1 Benefits IncreaseIn

,,, .<, ; a'' COUNTY .
.. ': ',' WITH February .
,.. ..
. Social security benefits will
'i '-r..r".oj''d Increase in February 1968'ac-
t y. S W fr .1.1t
.I .
3 cording to Ralph Fontana
'' '' 1 /' ( ,.. .. Social Security Field Representative
'M ; .nR : .
Separate School Bills Needed ; '" :,\ '. in Starke. ,
t Mr. Fontana says the Increase
"." 'R ; will be 13 per cent for,

There was more good common- In that It would forte the peopleto 'j,,.,. most people. However it will
be as much: as 25 cent for
in minute of former .J
sense one vote for something they might people who have been drawing

State School Superintendent Tom not favor In order to get some- i' \ a minimum benefit. For Instance -

Bailey's recent interview on an thing else that they did. I If the benefit was $44' ,
educational television channel will be Increased to $55 for'a

than in an hour of the meaning. The straightforward thing for 25 per cent Increase. If the
1 : less doubletalk that forth the Legislature to do, of course \ GeorgBye T. benefit was $ISO, It will be increased -
Il pours to M.40.!) ) The effective -
from would be to pass the necessary; Ilugginy
_ daily.
date for all increases is
> tax bill without a referendum and 8,

d f The unfortunate fact, however, a seperate bill with a referen- February ity checks 1908.for/ Social February Secur-will

is that too few people watch dum provision for the struc- SATURDAY night will dessert. bn delivered about March 3.

11 Channel 5 and 7, and therefore tural changes requiring revisionof be chicken-eating time for The program In the Brooker The Increase in benefits will

j missed Mr. Bailey's sage remarks the Constitution. But if this Bradford County Farm Bur- School Auditorium will be affect about 23 million people.
eau members. Brooker school to discuss County Wide Zon-
-j ': about the forthcoming: special course is pursued it would likely cafetorium Is the place and ing that is being planned now Monthly from benefits will nW

',. legislative session called for the mean another veto of the tax) bill ......... t' the line will form at. 7 p. m. by a committee with George high range of $160.50 a low of for$55 some to. a

,1. purpose of providing more money by Gov. Kirk who has repeatedlysaid Each quarter during the Roberts as Chairman. There workers now on the social

for Florida schools, and passing that finances should be put '.\' : _' \ 'A year this sort of family type will be time for questions on security rolls.

laws to implement structural to a vote of the people also.. \ meeting Is held. Last year the new law requiring that For more Information abQut:
meetings were held at Brook you make an official request
e i, changes in the school system as ,, 1i'? to be assessed the 1967 changes In your aoo-
8 It is to under these er, Lawtey, Hampton and if your land is ial
recommended by the Governor's easy see. security, contact Mr. :Fon
- I Is Starke. for agricultural purposes. tana. He is in each
conditions! why Mr. Bailey Starke
,i Commission on Quality education.. Farm Bureau la an organization President A. H Harley, Jr.,
most pessimistic" concerning the fiLl" ', \for the entire family. known to most of us as "Lonnle" Monday and Friday morningat
: / Apparently no one has pulled special session.In >""""''" .. r. .\.v.. : Bradford County has a membership has' worked hand on pro the Agriculture Building;

the wool Mr. of about three hun- for Bradford County.
d over Bailey's eyes n' .. grams
'1 with talk of bipartisan harmony regard to the Commission; report 'r r ; ::.i. i M w'Y. dred families. This number Is He is In his third year as pre- Rainfall Average "*,

j J to prevail in Tallahassee starting itself, there are several fea- ,.. \' '"oIff'I J:" :" \\i ) not the maximum limit, there- sident and ,we hope 2a
s : January 29 tures which Mr. Bailey does not r fore Farm Bureau Is always keep right on serving -

I) : approve for instance, the so- The New LookFlorida glad to receive additional Telephone InformationIf Rainfall averaged .8 Inches

As expressed during the inter- called "Superboard" which would ....,;., members. you are calling Mr.Miss Martha In Bradford County for the
Statewide. there are more Sue McCaIn
- view, Mr. Bailey is "most pessi' become the policy-making body for week from Jan. 8-15 accord-
than 35,000 Farm Bureau Taylor, Mr. Tommy Bell, Mr. Ing to the Florida Forest Ser
mistic" about the Legislature be- Florida education and would rele- Newspapers. CommentOn members. We know that It lathe Bill Haas or me, you dial 9640554. vice.

; ii.g in position to deal effectively gate State Superintendent to the largest single farm organization Mrs. Faye Marlowe or Low ley has the most rain
p with problems of the schools under status of just another figurehead.Mr. Latest Episode In FDC Fiasco in Florida. I believe Mrs. Anne Green will answer with 1.4 Inches recorded' at

\ conditions that prevail at the it is the largest farm and refer your request to the the Louis Hill Tower. TheNew .,

- present time. Looking at the situ- Bailey thinks that as long The recent disclosures of support fort 'the, governor.. Tampa Tribune: "John organization In the nation. person called. We would like River Tower recorded .8

' if ation in the cold light of realism as Florida retains its cabinet system mismanagement and the misspending Smolko was without visible Smolko lisa fallen off the Farm Bureau is active at all to say again Miss McCain Mr. inches and the Santa Fe River.
Marlowe Mrs
times with in the Taylor, Mrs.
of tax monies the qualification when programs Tower .4 Inches.
of by forced
the State Superintendent up- governor's goodie wagon officially -
: I we cannot help but share his Interest of agriculture. For example Greene and represent your Fla.and .
Public Instruction should remain Florida Development Commission on the development commis- known as the state One small fire 'which. burn-
''* I pessimism coupled with the resignation sion. His performance over Development Commission. By Farm Bureau Is responsible Bradford County Agricul- ed .2 acres was reported for
an elective officer so that he of another executive eight months "as 'director has all signs, Smolko was dumped for getting a simplified utral Extension Service. Mr the week by the Forest Service -
\' The bier reason for Mr. Bailey's would have equal status with director In less than a year'stime been as undistinguished as his from direction of an agency farm accepted for the Haas represents your Bradford It was the first of the
dim view of the forthcoming'session other cabinet members. farmer to use in requestingthat Soil Conservation Dis-
, has brought forth strong qualifications. Whose activities have ''become new year. ..
- is the Governor's 1 Insistanceon criticism from newspapers 'Daytona 'Beach NewsJournal an increasing cause of embarrassment his farm continue to be trict and Mr. Bell Is yourCounty Eight fires which burned

'. a referendum for' any new tax He believes the Superboard around the State. : "We do not pretend .to to Governor Kirk assessed for agricultural pur- Farm Forester. 44.4 acres were! reported over.
. bill passed by the Legislature and which, would elect its own Commissioner A'legislative committee Is know the inside story of John and dismay to the taxpayers." poses. Agriculture Is repre- Now It you dial 9646548you the same period In 1967.
will hear answer
sented In Tallahassee; and an
would simply create now Investigating activities of Smolkos resignation as exe- Miami News: !Now that the
his equal insistence that finance Office". This will be the
Washington when there is to CS
another bureauracythat the Commission after disclosure cutive director of the Florida Florida Development Commis-
?, | measures and the structural .that It paid for Gov.Kh'k' Development. Commslslon. It sion Is' under! investigation ,by be legislation in the interest voice of your ASOS otricemana.ger
, E changes, recommended by his would have a large staff to wedding ,pictures as really matters little whether a committee of the Legislature of our farmers and agricul- Mrs. June Chapman, SELECTIVESERVICE

- Commission on Quality( Education, do the work of the Commission. well as', airplane tickets for Gov. Kirk and Smolko disagree ,' Governor Kirk seems to tural programs. Dr office cleric, Mrs. Mary Ella. .
i be lumped together in package He also fears the fact that members his belated honeymoon In and pretend not to. But want to .put some distance between Now back to SATURDAY Watterson.. This program may
one .of 0this body' would be ap Germany, the Governor's television the Commission Itself is under himself and the agency night. All Farm Bureau members be beter known to most of ourrarmel's Questioni-Answers,
the A. C. P. or
pointed/by the Governor giving presentation on Florida fire. We hope the legislative which he used to Improve his and friends are invited. as

In Mr. Bailey's opinion this the chief executive control of the education several months ago.an4' comlrnttee Inquiring Into the personal image at the expenseof Ladles Just bring a big bowlof Agricultural Conservation Pro-
vegetables, salad or a dea- gram.
I would be the kiss of death for State Department of 'Education other incidentals too Florida Development Com- ''the taxpayers. rest. That's all, because good Each of us has but one pur-i' Question! )iviy local board
numerous to mention It Is also mission operations does a "The Development Commission I-
has In Class
classified $
1 1chlckim and that Is to \ me
constructive fried chicken fried good provide
any legislation coming or pose
widely believed that the New thorough Job. under Smolko's guidance -
tCl. I In
Mr. regard am a junior college
Bailey's philosophy
out of the session. York an special public relations firm of Sarasota Herald-Tribune: [assisted) by Shelby, 4 and WAS wondortng how longI
ing support the schools is: "Get toe \ prepared and to 8t'elit in our new official '
William Sartre, under a $90.- "It; occurs to us- ponderingJohn Dale, another Kirk political retain that classification -
"If everything is put into one the money where the money Is 000 annual contract with the Smolko's abrupt resignation appointee and chairman it 'waiting for you. Maybe even a home and discover the vast may? '

bill, we're likely to come up with and spend it on the children where FD3, la spending more time .-..that the most splendidand spent much more of its time' bottle of syrup' If you'd likeanother source of Information! available Answer: You may be retained
iblaoult' for ,
nothing," .lip,..believes, and it I is the children, are". Ife': feels!! that writing '+speeches and promo- convenient occasions for and money promoting the Re- and syrup In Class 1-3 fCl until the

easy to see' Jif.ipoint.. In any from an' economic point of'vIew* 4nL.t1t0. S overnor'a .national ,,\>OI I1 ,r be--FkN'; Wa.Dwwlropment .putlllWf.;aldevexecuttw" '.. bluin" .. .. -- end of.your academic year or
- referendum'' there will be some every child 'who\ Is titjedYfcnted) IsSn Image than it Ja developingthe commbttlon. keep presenting ,the State ot Florida.' .* .}. ': until you c1IJIt.to:\ : ; satlsfactor-/! ; ,_
state of Florida. themselves one after Today: "The resignation of ...
NOTESToday's r r pursue your course "of inatru* <
voters who will oppose an increase economic liability to .the State. The' NEWS And
; recent resignation of another. We would hope that John Smolko executive directorof ctlon whichever Is earlier
in taxes, and also some who Therefore" has ,nd'patience John Smolko. as executive director one of these times the Legist ;the Florida Development Question: I am a fu1J-tlm

will oppose the proposed structural -. with those who, having no chil- of the Commslslon lature would just up and do( Commission, stirs only pity. For Homemakers trade school student studying

changes, such as appointingthe dren of} their own:feel they should brought.! the following comment It. From the day Governor Kirk mechanical drawing.. Can (

State Superintendent as w,.''J rot to be called upon to pay a from Florida newspapers "It would aaveour, :, state named .Ma press secretary until By Martha Sue McCain qualify for a deferment?
: whole lot'of .the day he 'was kicked '
government as a up-
the for the education of others. 'a County Extension Answer: Yes, you may be
as County Superintendents..Bypooling part
St., Petersbug Times: "If headaches it would save. stairs to the Florida Develop-
the opposition in this there is an intention to brine our legislators a lot of worry'. ment Commission'to' .the mo- Home Economics Agent + considered for a Class IIA'occupational

manner, defeat of the measure To- our. way of thinking, Mr. the commission back on the It would save Florida citizensand ment he quit, Smolko was a deferment.
would be virtually assured. Bailey's remarks made sense -:: track, flmolko's exit removes taxpayers a lot of dollars l lightweight in heavyweight Question: I have receivedmy

good commonsense a welcome one obstacle. His principal and recurrent embarrassment. Jobs. Smolko Just did not have CHICKEN PAPRIKA noodles, use 1 and onethirdcups Order to Report for Induction

President of the Senate Verle relief from some' color TV pro- endowment was early poUticalFARMER'S ." the capacity ,to adjust up." Here's a gourmet dish that ]) uncooked noodles. Use is !it too late for me

Popevhas also added his voice in ductions of the past that have can be easily prepared in less narrow, medium or wide nood- to enlist In the Regular Navy?
to the deal" than an hour, so why not try les as you prefer. Answer: If you can: present
opposition "package: been infused with more press
it while chicken Is plentiful Calories per serving: About convincing evidence to the.

as being "totally un-American agentry than facts. !! ...".. DIARY WSDA food specialists devel- 425 if made with sour cream; State Director of Selective
oped and tested: this recipe 280 If made with buttermilk. Service of the State In which
Last weekend .we had our first of hay or rain, a cow is no for 6 servings of threefourthscups Menu Suggestion Serve your local board Is located
taste this winter of a prolonged smarter than the law allows each. with broccoli and lettuce wedges that a representative of the
Toward An I Improve d f System cold spell, and while It bu(. ujtlll a farmer !has his Three chicken thighs, 3 Have baked apples for Regular Navy Is prepared to,

" 1, may have !been just what the problems, with' her. But think chicken half-breasts! l'/i teaspoon dessert. enlist you on or before the
includes berry growers wanted It had what i would happen if that salt dash of pepper, NOTICE date set for your Induction,.
Realizing time that It for instance
some ago receiving the rest of us hugging t'ne/ cow was fed a diet of news- one- they have been less than knowl- the first, account of the value of heater to keep warm. It was papers for a solid year and spoons fat or oil, onefourthcup know our office Is now loca- may be cancelled to ,

edgable about some areas of finances the' city's fixed assets such as not only cold, but damp and that by chance, It Included all diced onions three-four- ted in the new Bradford permit your enlistment. ,a:

members of the City the power plant Municipal build- very close to sleet and freez copies of the New York Times! ths cup hot water 2 teaspoons County Agricultural Building ,

Council finally felt compelled to ings, and equipment. This is ing.'Still we were lucky forth lemon Juice [omit If butter- North 301 on the FairGrounds A classified ad In the Telegraph -

take action. A firm of Gainesville something that the city clerk has rest of the country had milk is used], 3 tablespoonsflour and our Phone Num- brings results.
record-breaking freezes and SENIOR 2 cups sour cream, or ber is 964-6554. Come see us.
auditors was retained establish advocated for years.
eren Georgia had ice on the l'/4 cups cultured buttermilk,
a more comulete system of book- CITIZENS 2 cups cooked noodles, 2 tea-
keeping for the city. With the auditor.. working In road By Sam ,MeCarr: 7 NEWS spoons paprika.
Hall to establish ,the new
City 80' far the berry crop looks herd wan fed high-quality, regular Remove bones skin and
Last week, auditor Ned Scott bookkeeping system there seemsto good. We noticed that Dan feed while another batchof excess fat from chicken. Cut

presented Council with a detailed have developed a more amicable stArling has a mighty pretty cowit wan fed rlewopapera 1968"finds our club entering pIeces In half. Season chicken

and comprehensive account of thecity's relationship between the clerk and patch:- the plants are big and and rnolasMB. It went on to its'seventh year of''existence.We with salt and pepper, roll In

finances for the fiscal the council members. They are have good deep green color ay t'nat the 'cows that were have. had some Borrows, one-fourth cup flour. Brown a
year but plenty of Joy, too. God slowly In ,hot fat, 10 to 15 11f !
-and a lot of other plantings feJ the latter mixture gained'
ending September 30 1967.) seemingly working together now
rest those who have passed minutes. Add onions, hot
seem ; to. be making goodgrowth. Just as much weight an those
in the interest of establishing a and God bless those
away, water, and lemon Juice.
One thing that has on standard feed.
This new report hailed by mem- solid system of finances. helped In that respect Is thatwe've who remain to enjoy'more Cook, covered, over low heat
bers of the Council as one of the late- years of life about 40 minutes or until
sufficient rain
most complete the city has ever It sounds rather' ridiculous, Our third and most successful chicken is tender:! Skim off
It is to be hoped that 'our officials ly, and that's one thing a especially in view of the fact .
dinner was held at the fat. Blend 3 tablespoons -
had. But Mr. Scott that future any excess
says will accept the auditor'srecommendations bArry plant wants. that, newspaper vary to' such To-ttena Motel Restaurant flour with onehalfcup
ones will have even more and suggestions!' S. a large extent. For instance,
with Almost! 100 per cent at- sour cream or buttermilk
complete information when suf- for changes ; when they are 7vfet a grower the other day (some papers are notoriously tendance. Members of .the Stir Into chicken mixture.

ficient time has elapsed to allow made at a meeting In February with a load of greens he was "dry' reading, and one questions Recreation Department who Stir in remaining Sour team ,.,r---.

his figures to be based on past and use them to improve the taking to the market In Jack-at Just .how palatable: they honored us with their presence or buttermilk and noodles. Ily Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marine
He the
performances on which complete onvUle. said would ever be, no matter how were Capt. James Simmer, uncovered, 5 minutes.
records have been 1 kept. system, rather than taking themas that time wan $2.50 to $3 adMen much molasses was added. In Bloodworth, P T. NoUn, Mrs. Add paprika. and mix well. THE STORY BEHIND er, silicon controlled rectt! er.
criticisms of things done in the bunches and that's a that case, we can imagine a Joyce Rlherd. George H. Note: To obtain 2 cups: NEW; OUTBOARD IGNITION triggering wheel and sensor:
past. We feel more certain now good price, and If the cold cow chewing her cud endlessly Pierce, Gene Rayburn and What's so hot about elec- The' words may not mean-

The new audit has put the City than for many months that the weather prealsts upcountry It and finally burping and saying, Mrs. Ann Godwin. We offer tronic ignition systems? Plenty much to you but what ha4>-

Fathers in a position where they Council and clerk will work together may go higher.. "Excune me girls, but I must our thanks and deep appreciation off is the engagement and say the manufacturers who pens will. These space age
may begin to tell exactly what toward an improved sys- have been trying to digest a to Mr. Rayburn for forthcoming marriage of two offer this as standard equip- components build up a charge
each department is spending and The problem of files around dry old editorial page." his close cooperation. with our very good members Mrs. Em- ment on large horsepower needed to fire a spark: plus in
tem. torn of the poultry houses in ?. .club.We ma Schaefer and Alex Mor- boards. l20th| the time required by

the county! Is causing considerable On the other hand, not all are sorry to report that ton, who will ,be wed! on Feb- Because two-cycle engines conventional system.This per-

1.1 comment. One person papers are dry by any mean, Mr. and Mrs. 1"", W. Herlons ruary 19 by Rev. Robert D. require a fuel mixture of gas- mits the use of surface gap
r remarked: "If it Is bad< now. and some In fact contain some are both 111 in Bradford County Burch at the Presbyterian oline and oil, fouled spark plugs, which operate 1,000 degrees -
in this cool weather, think mighty p I icy' information Hospital. We missed them Church in Starke. May they plugs have sometimes been a cooler and do not have
what It will be next summer which could not ,but Impart a very much at the dinner, and have good! health, and many problem. Electronic ignitiongoes projecting electrodes subjectto :
The Bradford County Telegraph when It gets hot." The poultry- definite taste to the poor old bone the new year will bring happy years together.On a long way toward elim- corrosion and fouling

J. ESTABLISHED JUt men are aware of the problemand cod chewer. Then there's, the them good health.OWnlng the legislative front, we inating this. It IncreuHes plug Electronic lunltnon system
-. a' Dumber of them have matter of the comic sections to our late return trust our state senators and life five to ten times. over have additional benefits, say

E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and i Pufcltahw; been taking steps to control which might-or might not be> .... from,our holiday In New York, representatives will continue conventional systems and virtually the Bvinrude engineers. Ther
It, nourishing to the bovines, but 'we regret that the SeniorClrizena'oguki their efforts to keep the $tO.- eliminates pre-lgnltlon are no breaker points to wear
riortda'o Oldest W *UyVoder 1f! avruq.gee I"i"ak. .4 0---uIlg 000 homestead exemption for
r undoubtedly could\ I presentproblems : r not participatein canned by spark plugs. and the system reduces: problems
r'k. ..... Yost liM.rrbI Speaking of livestock we see milking time. How' the Chamber of Commerce citizens 63 years and over Included A closer look at the inner caused by moisture and

where' farming scientists af on earth could you get a cow ,Service Award, but our membership In the new, revised workings of a. system will help vibration.

Pennsylvania' State University to stand still for milking, list has been forwarded Florida COnstitution explain why these benefits are :Because of the extremely

...lied -- 'Taor4y aa4 entered. M SWMHN 'are MMtta* to UM rest OMtoe have' prepared a new cow feed when. the critter wa digesting as requeated.i Our next meeting will\ beheld possible, Let's take a look at hot and fast spark, the system
'' .;...t consisting of groundup the antics of fit A'bnerl!' ( i;We start the new year with on January 23 at the Evlnrude's 100 hp model. Instead Is more tolerant of carburetor
at Stark n rlda HMtor Art uN March Bad ISIS.la .
molasses Board
newspapers and a..very good Executive Recreation Center. All persons of breaker points, coil settings and fuel mixtures and
Ssb.orppd.w kndae.. z 1 Jae, .&1.1; .....s. ..JS which they say makes a whole- The whole. Idea presents and plan to be an effective 45 years and over are Invitedto condenser and distributor gives vastly Improved slow!

OuaWw.d. area_ 1 ,.... Wei. S rM''*.. ..J. .Mn.,' healthy cattlefeed. other possibilities which are'',"..and'Integral part of the com- join us. We hope to double cum, the electronic system speed operation even at extremely -

.. ... .. *. equaUy distorting. On a diet '.jjounlty. our membership this year, uses a. converter, transistor, low throttle settlnga.i .
Aseording to th.. report onq u ,A happy event' tq.star% W ifci Joe Kerrigan rectifer, capacitor, transform

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Mrs. Ada V. Jones Gainesville. pastor of the First Baptist Home in charge: of. atrringlo+

Surviving are her husband Church of Gainesville, and Rev. ments.
Services -Held DSWltt C. Jones; and one W. A. Hogan pastor -of .fie :Active pallbearers were' A.J. .

lit Baptist Church. daughter Mlaj Ellse C. Jones, First Baptist Church of Thomas Jr., Warren Win-

both of Gainesville; a eon. A. Starke, officiating. Interment Icier Billy, Noegel Stanley

Mra..Ada V. Jones, a native Darby Jones of Tampa; three was in the family plot in Crosby Noegel Maurice Edwards Jr.,

of Florida and a lifelong: resident sisters Mr. QSmma Chalker, Lake Cemetery with De- and W. T. Jackson.

of Starke and Gainesville Gainesville; Mrs. Myra Peek, Witt C. Jones Funeral(" HomeIn (

died suddenly Thursday, Jan Starke and Mrs. Frances Ma charge of arrangements.Active rvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvlvvvvHAMPTON

11.. at her home in Gainesville guh'e, Alexandria, Va.; two pallbearers were S.

brothers; Charles A. Darby, I L. Peek, Jr., Darby Peek Eugene -

Mrs. Jones was the daughterof Starke, and Morgan ,Darby, :L. Matthews Marshall

the late Arthur M. and Keystone: 'Heights. Also surviving :. Howell Richard\ Martin, and By Mrs. Mary Williams ... ___u _
are several Grandchil-
Ida 'Wolfe resl- Randy Johns.W.
Darby, early .
Jent of Starke and had livedIn dren.Funeral LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST
Oalnesville for the 37 E. Dowling CHURCH
past at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in the Working At School BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH : CHURCH CHURCH

years. She was! a member of First Baptist Church, Starke, Services Held Members of the PTA would Schedule of services: Sun- Sunday School. 10 a. m. Sunday School l 19 *. n>

the First Baptist Chuvph of wtlh Rev. ''Fred T. Laughon, In Jones Chapel like for all who will to meet eundar School. 10 a. m.; Schedule of services: Sunday day School,9:43: a. m. Morning Morning Worship, 11 a. m- Morning- Worship 11 am.: .l;
Morning Worship Service 11 School 10 a.m. Worship 11
at the school on Saturday, Worship 10:45: a. m. and 7 p m.--Rev.: .Leland A. Evening<< _.Worship) .t .p. m.'
Jan. to clear a. m. Training Union; 8'30 and 7:30, Training
at 10 o'clock a.m. pjn. .Meeting.- Wednesday
William EnnIs Billy Training Union, 8 1S Baker: pastor prayer
p. nv
the around. the p. m.; Evening Worship, 7:30:: Union, 6:30: Rev. Jack -
grounds \
NEED READY CASH? Dowling. 46 of Starke died up p-m. Evening Service 7:43.: Mid- 7h.urldayVIsitation.. 10 8 p. m. Sing each Friday at >

Monday afternoon after a new tractors school.plows Please, hoes bring shovels your p.Prayer m. Meeting Wed, 1::30p Stolte pastor.KINGSLEY Week Prayer Service Wednesday a. m. and 7 p. m.NEW p. m. Rev.! .Jlirvey.. bane. ..: pas
sudden illness. He was: bornIn tor.
y and rakes and let's get thegrounds m.j: O. A. Meeting Wed.. LAKE 7:44: p. m I

Come See Us! Bradford the Fort County Harlee on section September of- ready for the chil- 7:80: p. m.: Choir Rehearsal, BAPTIST CHURCH SMYRNA MISSIONARY. RIVER BAPTIST CALVARY BAPTIST

28, 1921 and''' 'had lived In dren.Mrs. Wed., 7:30: p. m.: Erother- Sunday School 9:43: r. m. Sunday school. 10 a. ..n.MOI"jllnlr .

311g. I INrt73L the Starke area all of his life. Thelma Mllllcan and hood meeting, last Monday; Morning Worship 11 a. m BAPTIST CHURCH Worship il a. m. Sunday School. 10 a. m.
b We :make loan .for He was an automobile dealer Mrs! Sylvia !Porter of Ocala lit each month. IUv. David Training Union 6:13: p. m. 6:1.: W. Pratt. St. Sunday' Training Union. 7 p. m. Evening Morning Worship 11'' .. 'm

any worthwhile purpose and .a veteran of World War were visiting their aunt, Mrs. Modeirod, astor, Evening Service 7:30: p. .m. services: Sunday School; 10 Worship. 8 p. m. Training Union 6:30: p. n
rya;; T. F. Brown, on Sunday. Mrs. a. m. Preachlne 11 a. m.
s H._ I Midweek Prayer Service night service Evening: Service,' ,::i3//>>. Praytt
s' "b' Surviving are his wife Mar- Porter has recently returned HOPS BAPTIST' cmracn Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Come Training Union 5:45: p. m. Wednesday welcome.! Meeting Wednesday' ; J-.at:

$25 to $600 gie Mathews: Dowling, of from Viet Nam. l let us worship together. Evening Worship, t, p. m. 7:30: ( p. m. Everyone p. m.-Rev. R. H. BuU
Mrs. Emllle Earnest recently -L.. L. Parker pastor.CHURCII .. .
Starke; three daughters Mar- tlillhway Ut at Theteesa, Everyone welcome .- Elder pastor.HKILBROVN.
ME DO YOU IIAVE gie Ann Nancy, and (Marian retired after serving r Sunday School 10 a. m. PINE LEVEL BATTIS A. O. Flynn, pastor. I CHRIST

k Bowling, all of Starke; two number of years as secretaryfor Morning Worship-11 a. m. Sunday School. 10 *>. m OF

-Too many payments sons. William M., and JamesM. 'the Wildensteln Art Gallery Training Union) 6:80: p. m. Morning Worship. 11 a. u FIRST PRESBYTERIAN! Sunday: Bible Study 10 '. School BAPTIST.Sunday '
In New York She Is Ut5'a.
:' to make? Dowling both serving In Evening 7:15 Pre- erv1ces [ : and : a.
} k Worship : Booster Band a. m.; Morning Worship
the U. S. Army his parents, how residing with her husband Sunday School, 8145 ,a aI. Morning Worship, 11 .. in.
: Twine People, and Pray Communion Service 11 a. in-
-Too many bills .to Ernest J. and Cleone M. James Earnest, here InIiampton p.m.Wednesday I Morning Worship, 11 .. m.: Trailing Union 6:30: 9. m.
Night ?:! & Bervlcel. 1 p. m. Bvenln Evening services 6:30.:
They operate the ,, :: rerServices
pay? Dowling of Starke;, two sla Youth' Fellowship 6 p. m. Training Union 7:00 p. \W.
Marian Long! Longhorn :Restaurant In '- 7:30: p. m. Rev. Worship, 7 k* m. Midweek Wednesday Worship serv-
-Too irtany ta\e' ters Mrs. Choir Practice Evening Servwe. 1:00.: Mid-
Helen Starke.Mr. Merle Pacfcham. pastor.Arngr Service Wednesday. 7:30 t Ice 7 'Minister Jack P.
I Starke; and Mrs. Lee p p. m. week Prayer Service 7:39
fl-.i-i coming due Wilton Conn.; and one brother and Mrs.' Frank 'Wil BETHEL catmcvSchool. m. E.: R. Bowers, D. D. < Is' p.m.Rev.. I AseJL p. m. Wone ;say.' ;
: I Ernest J. Dowlliw Jr. llama and children of Gainesville tot Robert D.. Burch.
Mrs. Jessie Durban
Let Us Help With Your Money t Wilmington Del. Richard: and Raymond Durbanof Sunday 10 a. m -

Funeral services were held Lawtey, and Mr. and Mrs Morning Worship., 11 ... m ... ..'- .. -..
at 3:30: p. m. Wednesday In
Problems Jones Memorial Chapel with. Jay Boyette and ,girls of Val- Evening Worship, "!;X9 p. m

Rev. Robert D. Burch pastorof dents Ga. were supper guestsof Prayer Meetnsr.* 7:10 p m Your
Future .
TOWN FINANCE CO. the First Presbyterian Mr. and Mrs. George Williams Wednesday."'-Rev., J. C. Hes An investment In ,

last Saturday night. ters pastor.

226-- N. Temple Phone 964-7449 Church Crosby DeWitt\ In the C.Lake officiating.Jones family Cemetery Intermentwas plot Funeral with In ;Ernie Mrs.show:Dowling T. F.in Brown visited Jacksonville and the Mrs antique at ciruBcn OF. GOD i T .f f'' 111 '01 II e flJ (

:the Riverside Garden Club 422 N. CJalr St., /$barke. ; l>1tMiise9ra111rertse4e4Y41made .
last Sunday School 10 It. m. Worship -
Thursday. .
J Services. 11 a. m. and 7p.m. .. ........ -.... .
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Serving Florida In The Court Of The County Mr., and Mrs. Tommy 3::; :I'..; ... )''f.4 :Wb j.:::t. '
Judge Bradford County Florida and daughter of Stock- YPE Wednesday 7 p.tn.. :: : ;., :, ::
Since 1950 II In frohiue.In I Prayer Meeting Friday.. 7 Pms :- :
'bridge Ga. were visiting .her
its Estate: of
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tofe'c S gd1M'M I i Cordury; Baker Helborger, : parents Virginia and Roy .Rev, L. s. Williams.pastor 'A.NMA DE -1
!Dnceavod. ,
last weekend. M
.. I To: All creditor and persons 01" ,
vI -MrI'eIM1I'11iMrs. luwliiK clHlma or demand his psi i ibeautiful
against. Bald CHtate > NOKTHSIDE BAPTIST .. .woved+ '
I Using Charcoal :f. wa1erfO'n.and \
You and each of you are here- I .
by notified and required to pre- ;1 lithe ,
claim and demand On Inside GriUDangerous i Located on Bayxws rngh! this '
any ;} ; !
Carolyn Cordially which either of [SR 3251at] :* man eran.d1etweeds.
:you or you. may way Raltord Roac'ISR :: hishouse.
have. Hijiilnitt the etttate. o-t COR- Is -q by In the waJ: I
18]. thatran, trash 1 1Mother
ARY HAKKH H13IBERO&K.l : ,httte stream threw ofed'
Welcomes > lute of said County, to School ift a. m. BundaMamlng > I'' onanothel'scam aeekwas oilscur ,
RepresentativePh. the' County Judge of Bradford When it began to rain one man of the ; .Beauty
964-5812 County, Florida, at his offlcn Worship 11 a. m that the IleauN t God has created.around
You and Your In the courthouso. of auld countyat evening. recently during a backyard It to which
122 'N. Bay St Family to Your Htarke Klortda. within six 'barbecue the hostess 'Training 'Union 6:30:: p. m !4 S1OVI up thing Out of that" will o.Y'ith
t ,
the time Evening what we d'iV1tlY:
calendar month from Service 7:30.: Mid manYl
made an Innocent but W,:; fashIonS as to ,
Starke New 'Home of the firm publication of thle danger. Man d.I-1510n5
Week -Prayer Service Wedntts- } our t teim\\
: a
f from emu
notice. Each claim or demand ous error when she moved the .I result\ desire to
I hall be In writing. \ and slmll grill Into the garage.The 'day 7:30.Oleun: of renldunce and to thew
state the pluon
The State of FloridaIt pout office ..,Ioree of the. claimant guests could have -become -. hon., 'pastor.'DEDAN I materia"" .Oedltation: doand hat". I as.
and shall be sworn, to by :: raw what we
his Hk attorney victims of an odorless, i in
agent -
the claimant
Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and and any Much claim ordnmand. colorless, and tasteless gas : BAPTIST CHURCH I EI* pukes. the difference Hi'church.. I
not ao filed shall be DROOKEB in
To Acquaint You With Your City.If void. that can overcome a person : God find yoU
.. Let ::
Sunday School.! :
/ Parke to. CarmichaelParks without whit of The a. m. : ;
/" a warning. ,
1>1. Carmichael Cum ..Tentnmento As Act.mlnl..t1'.lor Insidious offender could be car- Morning' Worship. 11 a. m. 1ii ... ; _.!MM4M i!
you are new in the area, a phone Annexo of the Estate of COK- bon monoxide poisoning. Training Union 6:30: p. m.
DAILY BAKH.H!: HUIBKIIGKU.: Evening Service 7:30.: Rev.I
call will bring you a prompt visit deceased Safety Leader Ray Pettis of Lacy Conway pastor. II '
1/4 Up 1-35 the Florida Agricultural Extension I

from your I local hostess. Please rive Service points out that I I. __. _. .... "._ II _
an alarming number of persona I
l her a call]! She has maps and many THE RIGHT POINT fftr the are using grills In en- CHURCH STAKKE a_ i if"j4
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the write. Come In Sunday School 10 a.m. "arwpn
way ;you cloej areas such as garages ,
free and wonderful gifts for you and select your favorite/ PS porches, patios cabins'' tents, Morning Worship 11 a.m. a Y0 '4YTfldg'. e.an .+

from local businesses. TERBROOK fountain pen. and even automobiles. Training' Union 8 p.m. Eve-I

I TELEGRAPHDIRECTORY Many regard charcoal ning Worship 7 p.m. Prayer

briquets persons as perfectly Meeting, Wednesday: 7 p.m. II I

= harmless to use indoors never II

I dreaming thai? large quantities Church Of Jesus Christ Of L QiINE

I of cahbon monoxide can Latter-day Saints I ', a'' d in b 1M Ot.d h sari ehofahd.Mrtr a at/
416 East ter, .4
Call St.
JACKSONVILLE accumulate. Of course, householders ]
BUSINESS Services k ? McM fcr*nodhifl Hw tamWt of Hit bnUl
who have a specially
I t a fra rirfMls* amlhriMiitfniMndWl |
'.built indoor barbecue pit wltto: School Priesthood. 8:45: ; Sunday I #. r e r Mad Ms y nayrou,

a vent to carry away fumesare 11:00. 10:00: Sacrament I ti+ t 14h gasdlnp h tM bw d kd, a goer.
Auto Sales & Service he said. : s" '
not in danger 0 "
PresidentDean ; .sd st'ledeh d se A W NI lay
What makes carbon monoxide -
pttatsn d av tnrdana ved er told
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LANDROVER I' Hanson 9646278. Y 4
For Musical Advice : poisoning especially treach- dr .le lawsth pakk tl.eht., etas
Peavy Brothers C. CARTER NICE erous be is detected that its by presence the senses.cannot FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD c tttamkhrffMiobidlKnlfMilliliivMl sea s alfa pW d Liss; tho.lwppat/

The 4 World's Finest in Electric Co. a In effect he said it causes the OF STARKE y "' UK ad Ml familr. byouj Hut, Mom
Wheel Drives
ELECTRIC MOTORSSoldServicedRepalred body tissues to suffer oxygen West Weldon St. k '
and Ral- thaold en/
sr peas ephold s k
Sold and Serviced
by tG1lt of rlt1 starvation. Symptoms may bea ford Road c t ,
Roberts' Chevrolet p' s euste rousts that ea LMh .hse
,Green Cove Springs 8033 Generators: -Starters ? tightening across: the fore Sunday School: 10:00: a. m.I f4 w't ri.,don.damn us blip..Ake.leas .
Alterations Established 1948 head and a throbbing head 11::00 a. m. Morning Worship; .
Jacksonville Ys. M N M
264-0600 ehhsl sa dill slL
Armature Rewinding Chtckerlng &: ache. Later a person may be- 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00: I tot

4044 Lenox Ave. Other Name -come drowsy nauseated, and p. m. Evangelistic Services.Wednesday .
..Tuolcjinnvtll, JW7-2R2H!' Brands unconscioUs; Death may' resultIf I "a 1 1e1
JEEP P CONN ORGANS and : 7:3: A p.np. Mid- a
exposure is prolonged Week -
2331 Park JacksonvilleIANOS S88-8319' Prayer Meeting. Cehe..Ah l..
concentration of carbon: _
Vehicle MOTORCYCLESHONDA the Pastor: Rev. George Green, -
e1 *e Wagoner Station PICTURE FRAMESPICTURE monoxide is high. Jr.

Wagons No one knows: how many I Tfliia Feature Published in the Interest of

Jeep Universals MOTORCYCLESALL FRAMING persons have :been overcomeby MADISON STREET I Better, Community by the Follow.

Jeep Gladiator Trucks MODELS UNFRAMED PRINTS using charcoal burning BAPTIST CIIURCII lug Civic-Minded Business Firm
areas.St'atetiC I
Authorised: Service grills la tightly' closed

Approved Parts Merohants Green Stamps SPILLERS'GALLERY : : are. Impossible _to .Sunday Jan 21 Sunday I FAULKNER I

4. Wherl' Drive :3 Wheel Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M. gather since many: cases grt School 9:43: a. m. Morning Edwards Grocery '& STARKE BU'1LDERSSUPPLIES.Inc.
TUes., Wed., Thurs., Fri. .1 SINCLAIR I
Drive' unreported. Worship 11 SERVICE
10iS a. m. Youth i
Open Sjjt. 8 A.M. 6 P.M.. Park St.-In Five Points ,
"For your own "protection: ,Choir Practice, 4:30 .
Closed Sunday & Monday Jai: 333-8551 I Mid. .
do not cook In- an-unveil Utated 'Youth Choir Supper. 5:40.: U-HAUL RENTALS
Inc area with evqn a few charcoal: ) Training Union, I
6:15.: WMU ._ Featuring ACM Hnrdwnro;
'Truck GrnrerienBleats\
4049 Blvd I Trailer I II F eda
Blandlngr" SEWING "" -
655 W. AP.UISJACKSONVlLIE CENTER briquets Pettis said. Prayer Circle. 7:13.: Evening. I. Complete Paint Supplies
854-7751 Jacl'jiouvlUe 771-8311 Worship. 7:30.: Gas! & Oil and Sporting Goods
Complete Lubrication 1
H. & N. CARD OF THANKS Wednesday Jan. 24Pray-I
Parrish Motors SEWING CENTER With deepest gratitude we er Meeting and Visitation., Minor Tune-ups Ph. ,,,964-5312!). t arke-, Fla. "CI1.1p1YlT:) US PrR81"'

MUSIC extend-ihls-'wprcV- t th; iks){ '.7:IS. Church Choir program, 709 S. Walnut Ph. 96<1.5899 JIB aahhigtmi. St. 421_ )
of [ 0:30.: .
1967 Singer for the irtanynd' \ acts

BALKS! sympathyexpressed ,by Thursday Jan. 25 -.... Sunbeams -

SERVICE Paulus Music Co. Auto Zig Zag thOUghlul .frrsnda.-"aso toPr.; { and OA's 3:30: p. m. i DOYLE CONNER L.awson Meat Market
Rltoh: Staff. vmirses and"Even- Norman L. Redding,
Band &: String Instrument Like New '' Interim AND COLD STORAGE
gerllof Gene Ba s. !1T71e8e'klnd |?pastor, Insurance. Agency
Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers ,
32 Yean An A Dealer School SuppJllnatruction Console Model makes fancy designs nesses haves Jfteaont-.m1lCh-1 OF STAKKE., INC. We SporlnllTd .In Cuetom'8raogMerktg

.-. Always Good Used Cars Roberts Recorders stitches, monograms us.:!... Pos ar>P. "Dykes 'and. 'FIRST! BAPTIST CHURCH I S-A-V-E U.s. tinting wraplq-
021 Laura St. Jlwksonv9lePhone Mrs: Harold Smith. (tSTAKKE I With Your Mutual Agent. 301 NORTH Prepared. For Deep rrl'nONE -.
Music Llbrary-Exptlrt overcasts, sews on buttons,. .. ..
356-5654 .
Repair Department make button holes &: blind, Opportunities of service: 222 N. Temple Ph 964-7369 Ph., 961-7600 Starke Fla. 904-70& '
41 W. Monroe St. RADIO'aTYntiAV'sCKt1OL ,
Sunday 'School .
BEAUTY ACADEMY stitches. No attachments 9:45: a.m. .
,JackHomllle" 333-8117 -Radio'Stst1on :WfeKKJ,1230 Morning .
Demonstrators $64 or $6 Worshlp11 a.m.. ser .
American 8310 Beach Blvd.Jacksonville mo. Cull Jax 771.1850: per on your dial 7:30: to 8 a. m.A. .- mon "A Child of The. King." VICKERY GARAGE ?
lAssoclatlonal BRADFORD
308-3001 .-C. Peltf l't. -teacher.FthsTSfelUaDIST:: M slc Festival, COUNTY'TELEGRAPH FLORIDA
Hairstyling II. & N. Sewing Ctr. hope Baptist Church, 2 p.m. 528 S. Walnut St.

Academy : CHURCH' Training Union 8:45.: Evening Phone 964.6022

, STARKE ; Worship 7:30 EST
sermon "Ador-
I ..: jng ,the Doctrine of God." Complete Automotive
SUrtday "Gnu'rcn"
333-5T.91 __ WESTERN STORE .
'Monday R.A. REPAIRSFor Phone 9 4-6305'
. 9:4y: ''la.m.ff'MPhJnt/ nhlp. meeting. 5 QIIJ'OL
: p.m.Youth Choir I
11 a.m.: ; Snack "Upper"1> !for Practice. 7p.m.
Every Need! .
RiversideHairstyling MYFV 8- prin.4 MYF:Westings', Executive Printing-Office: Supplies tCWMJCAICa

Academy //RCFCSSIO CPT1CAI' Western Store 7:30: 'p.m.. p.m.TuelJd.ay 'Junior Choir and I
I St.
2659 PARK ST. COM"N'IPrescrlptlon.l and' -TiSO Sunbeams, 3:30: p.m. Primary/ Starke.Fla.
t"fA4crZotebRnf J .m.
JACKSONVILLE 8884S37/ S Filled "Where You'll For the Find Horse Every.thing Thursday\ .1't Chaifcef; ChoirRehearsal'730 Choir, 4 p.m.H.Wedneadny. Charley E. Johns BRADFORDABSTRACT Phone 964-5745 for.. Id E

Accredited...... Broken Lenses Duptlcfccad Enthusiast"Western ; : >m.Friday Prayer Meet-I. Agency Inspections &"1MiithateeHurst
f>ng'7 p.m.Church Choir
Qualified Instructors .Junior""Choir
.. S Artificial Clothing Leather. : \ Reheifrsal Company
Modern Eyes '' lice 7:45..Thuroday: III L' Walnut Ph. 964-0070 Shell :Service:>
StylingMonthly Kyewenr gouda Saddles and TrailersCharles S ,Q.m.
L. Weekday Bible GBMCRAL: IN8t7RANCltI1'iIebod3' : !
ClaaserMShere & Sharon I 158 W. CALL ST. CARL, HURST
213 Laura St. Jai 8511-0083 Petty T '
class 10 But
a.m. Nobody Uaderseils
tomorrow's slyllsts IOU IX):i So. Kdgewootl: Me. A gailslaee Visitation Hwy. SOI& 100 Ph. 9644111MS
Park St. Jax' 834-81518 eta .otJW mB.GR p.m. Ctiart y X. ,Johns" Agsnoy Starke Fla. :
are trained" 7I} : Ph. 964.6881
Ja ksou -Ule 884-1310
> 4FH brtag .nn. ,. -, -- __ 8. Walnut stark:



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onl 'ccptwt a-calh to ''pnetor'tdie i -durln _rw'lvaland' .ba.came' -
iiVVwiiviiiiiyyyiiyriLAWTEY W1Uta'tn JactsoHVtne: on snnday.'Those! ;
of :Mount j jMorlah
Brooker Baptist Church a member
Dredge Hyde on Tuesday. He Included !her son-in-law and Methodist ChurcH. He 1! ....
.',?'STOP ;%/ was.Miss returning Elizabeth. from Terry Viet spent Name daughter Prater Mr.of and Jacksonville Mrs. Kenneth The the Temples pastorlum move aaaln'l was a faithful worker the In Boardof the i d Downtown :. '
h. church, serving on
Mar- m I
I and CUITond
with .
Thursday to Saturday sons I .
; and n&s.! Thomas Hamiltona Trustees until his health, On The -
@ftfWJ families
Mrs. C. B. Strickland In Oaln- tin and their w
By Baza BlanchardChurch Mrs. Martin's brohter-ln-law iptleW In the'f\Iac k ua it' began Jo jalK 'i
l Sidney eraF Hospital last week; t Mri Coleman &died at home Square
/DRAFTS u & &&. w11Ltae.P1eased that and sister Mr. and Mr< ,
'- is.tlow''home"'and doing ffne. Sunday,Jan 7. He Is survived of Gainesville// .
baa Hensen.
.Knightrwho .
I AetMtt*** ... ? ,Mr',1T' ,' C. ,Ylnklent'a; Wednesday vlslborS"Jot! Mr.. Mrs...Eva Harrell and !Mrs. by three daughters. Miss Mary ---ii-- -.I ..
,/ .. TRANSPARENT/ ... 'trace MejthoiJlst .Sunday been patiehdst.: ... spent th X. Coleman. Mrs. Alxneter .
,.. PLASTIC *, fp* lays,is 1m- and Mrs. Oscar Carter .ere Edna Thomas day
School :*6.-VvStshlp"( ttrta.m> ,. &for tt lltxpeote v td 'l>e'p>>iJe) Ills cousins Mr:and Mrs. L. C. Saturday 'with Mr.: and Mrs. Harmon, and M1as.Carrie two I ;
:First 6u all .or Starke j Sarni-Annual'
Baptist day Coleman. ;
Wilton Conner in StarKe, and
% \: the Smith> of Dad City.Mt'T'ajtid.MrB.
.1hDme .In. ;
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School 945 V hltt Land a. the of the sons Willie Coleman of Garrison ;
Oevoreandlfamuy amended -wedding
? next few days. .., ;: : ? : ;)t
7p.,, jn ,vlrunB7trr" 'f gWepdr1esday1 I We are pleased to note that t and. J.B.. AdklruiwereiartslthXMr. Couriers'.'daughter.. Yvonne. at ,! ..It ,, Mrs.: Bill Oasklns who recently 1 and 'fbs.W.H. '! : ,the ( ; .U".".. :Mrs.Burchtt Mrs.Davis of Graham was : Cblrum of Rock Hill, S. C., .M
.d ST 1lll [ J.Po. undowsnt surgery in Prlngte .rut Mr, ;apd. ) I 11'' n
Church CM Clod Sunday aridter de. h- weekend truest ot Mrs. Pearl three grandchildren and!
WINDOKIT" rwalper-
River Mtller'
School 10 .' gl,;ttoiipltal creat-grandohlldren.
a rtv.. Worship .illa. 'TithOme.Mtatft.ub& 'sa'naford."fnUJe there Markey this weekend.< Mrs.
4aE1r a, and ffflit; 'R-"p1);,. YPE a ?
day.730.: PrAYlft: td l-4. bedii qf1.:30'R1-.: talnpj>> \ hw of, her friends: ited, his.. j brother-in-law and with Mr nd"Mr8': Ruel'Dukes* : Pleasant" Revs Grove H. P.Methodist.Hudson
] Church.
R with Sfttttoer : onFri\ sister 'Mr. and, Mrs. (Floyd! tn- Lake Butler: i : ll.,
Highland'a.pt.l&t( Sunday and1 pastor, Church School *u
and Mrst Ernestine Dukes'
.1iTher.\ "were: Phyl- Sp rkman. Mrs. Devor: ', i
: !
School 1i5"a.: ,in. W: rj to.;| 'datJj.1i I Elnora, .!Lp .andt DeofStajike -,. ire 1PF.1e are slt terapu9jc children .Oalnesvllle' were . 11 a. m. antd; :30 P. m;:;: '; ) visiting Mrs. EtthQl{ Rifts and lAlternoon service 4 p. m. m.l I )

practice. ,..- prtty&{ ;T1; ') .. 'jUea! ,t.tten.4ed'Oone'Witi1 ;..9 T9.TYT9Y9YYT YY9. Mrs. C. L. Atkinson"'Wednes-, Mt.! Plagah- AIM!: .' '
meeting t:;{op._ m. .Weill s- e'Vlnd In Jack-'' ra Stovl'George\ ; E.! Young pastor.A

'q day.Rev. .onV\\le. \, :We4nesdat.evorUng l day..Sprry to, ,hCar that Bert Revival is in progress this I !
oflrar the public Is Invited I
Milton and.
\ Dukes H'-.Olln ben 'Stokes..of Starke is very Cl at Week
It Clearance
/ \ leston. !,,.,c,. ,was 81>R a''Y: ,*"a1//!Ortus1: 1nesespent{ the'' hle\home.3ie'1S'thefattlte' ot, .to .tt M. ''Sunday' School 11Eyeuing 10.
Co; \ Morning Worship at \
evening guest at Stoke
speaker hqlldays with his parents, Mr. By Joyce Mrs. Edd Polk. a. !

each EASY TO INSTALL North :Baptl,76aemwreh, .leanof' ftnrtMr sL Vernon Olin. : i .4 .. )VLdtbig Mt.* :alid r,..080-. Always: welcome service, IS::30. Visitors'I .
Inside Outside Friend regret to Mr aria Mrs. J. W. Thomas 'Trtstone i ,. .
or rge this weekend Will Baptist, .
the death of Mrs. J. Raul.erson'3 Bethlehem Free d ;
E. "
Coimilet8-7Z*36" Plastic Sheet 'bt "Z 'wi Oak .me;,the W, Jf.' I.NQw -that Christmas Is over were: Mr. and. Mrs. Jimmy'Dampler' Rev. Lewis McKay) v. .
with molding and nil Is., brother Clarence Can' ". t Church Sunday\ and all the hustle and bustle or Gainesville Mr. Chur:h, ChoirN'o..l"an4 I ,.
non onJan.. 10. 'Srnipathy\ 13 ana speni the day; with, theI n.Mr. of.company, along with three and Mrs: 'Dfek.ntstone.: 'Mr' ,.Nre4Ir.ry h.r..rgyIS. extended to all members'' of and Mrs 0 E.; ,Nt>)lan of members of,. ay family 4aldr! line,Mrs.: ,. Sonny-Bias,'Mr. and Tuesday I
the at 7.30.1: ; [
faaUly: _, turns 'SlachudvOeneralHospital "
JactcsorrMUe Friday over In the ,
r were Mrs. Steve'Nlpller"ahd( WlDleI will Monday
...". 7yQiy s-"""...- Mrs. George "Roberts .visited night: \.tteltors of her (parents within |ihe pat few I Mae :Tetstone of Starke. ; night Choir No 1 and 2 Starting
_- ,w, .,'92' '. Maybe 1I a.iI.got% Bin .. rehearse at 5. p m. rJAILJARY
Duck and weeks
a Oho Wweekin .\fI.. g1s I-frs.: T. V. the awing, and bring a few + 1N a. day' night"Prayer Wedil1es-1 .. .. .. . .

,Mrs. g: L.wuKlBon 1: BI..tt "I;? 'Mrs''Waltero..,Martln'W' her tarns of Interest to :your at Thursday night. :

children ,met her:,broker?JBU1 .c1 t14rfor... atftadm4QrMEN'S 'tention. '. RECREATION The.tIthe i Ladles home'of, Circle!Mrs.will be Sarah held I 22 9:30 A. M.
'" ,. 1 'INSTALLATION t T '- : I Lawtey Road. :
. 1e'''Pbte HIU. .ode No., 9 en- u.... :.NEW T' )N : Prince :'on Old .

R .. e ... ........ .... ,...-- "" toyed a baiKet dinner Tuesday ::>> Prayer Band L. C.will meet McCutchen.dinner at the.I
night at their lodge here in home of !
will )be sold (rent\ ne
JJrooker. .After the dinner the I. : .

.ladles.! ,were invited 'upstairs Men's League *.. ? church kitchen services saturdaY will be I ,
B night Regular ,
to witness the Installation
,Officers for the coming",... ('Seaeon Opened held ,Sunday starting with

1 S i .JI Starke Acting' Marshall.presented,I the\ev.''.X/ee'-Df candidates !Monday Might J Sunday service-School.at at 11.9:30.: Evening MornIng -' Save 1/4.1/3-1/2! & More

& senriofl.-U p. In.dseaterAlien '
to Acting
The 1968 Men's City Recreation AME Church' i
pat .. Glen Wade of Starke. Basketball League opened pastor.) .. s ,j .
Those; Installed wow:L H H.MOtt. Ttev.'U. A.Sampson I .., # t..1. ,
: its nightat
season Monday "
School. 10 a. tn. _. '
W WM RoyJ!'CarroU, SW: Sunday .
the BHS with two
gym 11 The
., :' C. V. Morning Worship .
ta.tlleyGreeO. JWj
Iow-ecoring games as the union"wUl- be held at
H, Padgett.. Cbaplln: N/O. Hayes players tried.to get the feel of with Rev. Levy .
i jr. Treasurer; Janes'\ F. Wl\ -baLl after! long layoff.'Only Lennon Macclenny as host pastor EvenIng Wide clearance sale whenWilson's
: "
Hardy BO: Richard Mayben 107 points were tallied Service 6 p. m. This is a store ,
JD; Ted; Blsham, 6S. and Coy by the. four teams participating to inform
1 'he'ieaders/ : are '
Edwards, Tyler. :In. .the ;doibleheader.Theetarke \ \] that the financial -
all members ] broken

,, vtoes.After the,the members Installation of ser-the put. itself ChryslerPlymouthteam in the role! of March drive 10. will All terminate members. are on cleans house of odd lots

Lodge presented James (Hardy, fetvorite, outscorlng.\ all other fulfill all obligations -
"retjjng} WM. with'!' 'a.. Masonic: ';, for 46 points: asked to please manufacturer f discontinued
teams by hitting
? at that time. and -
1 1i" I ring. Russell; ?Green, past.atid. ''These-\ Iboys have"''atoubh: ,. present csecr tary, was pre-
their roster is made up of recent STORY HOUR
4 I t,aeanrt sd a very Inl.ceIIBi1se. BUS: graduates and three At THE LIBRARY 'while selec-
/ WHY PAY MORE.TOFINANCe"YQUR U ( s. LawreloeWtgglnkhadmajbr -: hop'earlyj
"< .'ofwhojn.; were members of ."Birds.. Our JMne Feathered, styles so
'sui'geryat She\) school ,
.CAR? the .1007 high Friends" will be the \theme for
General Hospital; ,Wednesday Startlrig- out. slow they managed this Thursday' ,j ,
Hour "
When one of our bank Auto'Loans is so easy-to but Is Castlen now v-doln....qdrra.ck#.:nne.Charles. : .. .' y only f7 points' in the from Story 3:30: to>> 4:14: I ip. m.151 the j tions:, are good.
.... at such first1'Aalf against Jacksonguilders Public Library.' Mrs. Lamar
arrange. so quickly yours. really Robinson .both".ppent/: a. nlftht Supply. But In the storyteller.I
*low,>down-to-earth..rates;,why chance paying In AlachufeGeneral'hospital] :.second half, youth vs age took Andrews children vwdll' 6 through be 9, are ..\. )' '' '

even one cent.more? Come see how you can ''last week:,'haying' their tonsils i Its toll and Qfry31er-)
save on the overall cost of your.next car here out" tW'are IfibWfe tlAe noV. topped Jackson 4,0-13. in the I .
Wilson of New
Miss Chyrl v'
score. -
final P
,* .i and now! i> Orleans. La. spent the holidays \game;' Starke SALES TAXCOLLECTIONS
Ih the other VPDecember1 I
I I with her and: Mrs.:;;Cliff Wilson. While down Boataralrt :Baptist In 'Bradford County'':, WI% ,
1 horse tions
here Chryl and our fcf- In-I'
I Chflrch in a low-secfrlrfjr showed a 6.46 per cent .
Joker, had a little difference. fair, 29-17. At halftime the month;)
the. same
and she suffered\ a .sprained .Guard had put 'only 10 iwltilson 'oroaee' .over. -Collections for last GAINESVILLE

F'L:. R .1 .D A hi ankle.theo hospital She spent after a lew1'!returning days' could,the: muster board only but Jialf'Boatdrain( ,that 'in December 1908-compared totaled with 23328.13$21,912.21for ; ,'I OF ,

to New Orleans, but Is now upon amount Both .teams. impravedtheir 1968. i .
December I I

", Michael crutc e4.t.< Castlen, User, of I and half shooting, the Guard eye In the>scoring sec centt Collections' gasoline ot tax the showed seventh adecline Monday Saturday 9:30: A. M. 9 P. M.
San Francisco Calif epent
19 to their .opponent's 12 fora however from $.60.186..9 .- .
\1' j it'N' U / Y/; \& ,) two weeks leave here with: final score ot 29-17. in December.1986 to]1 I

Member Federal Deposit lnsurance"jQorp.One > ,...; :Mr..and..family.!Mrs. Leroy Stokes'and Tom Faladlno the 1667 individual I $55,153.32: in December 1967. I I tI '
high scorer let It be (0.1 I
of 30 Banks of the Florida National Gfoun Dale Stokes has returned' known that he 'will !Toe defending -
: lames to. live. with, h1eIno i
P.1t1 his trophY bY hitting the
.. flier, Xrsc Betty Norton basket for .12 j lnC9.. Wayne

.. Rev_James-. -Temple. _has' aci McLeoJi', however, threw in 10 Ch vrolet pit5so : )
:: !! Only
=>L"- -- points to'indicate' he will .be. ,.
i a challenger.'

..; AREA BUSINESS. DIRECTOI i I Y'YT see Jackson Monday another starting'BuHdera night doubleheader at 7'Jan.p.'takes m.:. 62 when schedule .will on much jn. for the ;

,". Boatdraln! Baptist\ and ''Na ;1
tional Guard meets ChryalerPlmonth ,
WEARI at,8:30.: .' I ,. l. t i
AUTO SALES Farm and Industrial''' Office Equipment '1 .

Equipment STAG 'N DRAG \ Teen Dance money you<< putaf.0ur.lowest J
BRASINGTONOADILLAOOLDSMDBTLE ,8tanloy Bicker- S tTtrootN :Hancock OfficeEquipment The NTT Sounds. will provide
.. ;: \. the music this, Friday nightfor C

Santa Fe Tractor, 1. Arrow Puritan Hrfit.Sweater Mhlrln' old the armory Teen: ,'.after, Dance the basketball at the- priced.I cor"::-Nova' Ou'1 bwest- =plci lwagocl-Nomad- I

Inc. 41 .Pf terJwkcts/ '' 'game until midnights; All -
BALES tt SERVICE: Inc. S,Ladibe Spo>>.wear Smite-Corpna=Authorized students ':'in .the 9tlt' through GheVroIet-r-low price a'atradiliol\ ::

fine Selection;:of Used Car ,Two torN ealer u ? 12th"gi1kk'iYkWhb' attend BBS. .
Takea On Cadillac 'Trade FORD 13'w tTnlvernly!| OalnravllleMORTLE Clary-Victor TotaJlUAddinjr and graduates to the age of i
.. .aoclJ Gninnvvllle; 1\IaU. .Mn$;!Hn' ".. CateulatooSAUESSERVICKRENTALS 10 are welcome;,Ml ,Orange I
2001 N.W. 13th. Rt.441 Implements
Farm Tractors Park High School students. II
PHONE *a18- SOI Ford Industrial EquipmentUSED [ HOMES_ SAVE TIME MttrtM yew' are also welcome. to attend. I

,, EXJUIPMtONT; reqnlrementa With 1M tint. ,.'

SALES -;"'.'P :'8EBVJCBJ MUSTANG 528 N. Main !St.! Oaln..vul'*" ; I
CRANEUNCOLNMEBCCRT Phone 3Te-Sa l Colored Citizens
PICK UP & DELIVERY: Mobile "Homes Inc. .-.

QsWu-mrlTle'B TMMoant' .rfoM r. .
.is' ,
1483 N.W. Sixth NewsREryREATION
Authorized Baton .Jk Service ,i Phone! ,376-2548_ ? (I .PurchUe, diegdntSaon! emiri.? PAINT & CLASS" -*
2201 N. Main St., Gainesville -
shahrrarantee huge Savings. \ -
Phone 372-4373 XBW' "MOON... OATEVLA. NEWS
GARDEN SUPPLIES ; : Liddell Paint &i The Falcons will plat) JamIs -
Crane Jetports ? "*" """ .- rPACEMfiAqKERN '- Low I' Weldon,'Johnson\ ; of Jack-
.J I
4 -L. :tJamiaryJ20 alt'7::30
Priced. With approved credit sonville on :
\nl\o RU1 Aueln I & Faris Inc., Glasa-Co. Invited to
Johnson low u S10Q down. p. m. All fans are
606 E. University Oalnesvllle 1 h 4820 N.W; Ifttl; St. 441 N)rth be! present and cheer lot the
Phone S72-42:51.. qmlllete Line\ of :qafn"yple!! ..1s-isu. Qla.lllrr.. .. BhJng: ; Door j team of your choice.
SEEDS-: =PLAIYTSinaectlr.IJeaPet CALL COLLECT'' b Tub ,pnrl.: ....,, .-Nli
Peaaty Academy SupplierFERTILIZERS .. I'Mrnlturr" : Tfll'| <-""tudowi. I hell ''In the Recreation

MOVERS WlndpwAwrln. Center-; from 4 to 6r30: p. .m.
POWELL'S? : .' 'Wallpaper, Storefront dally Monday through Fri,
We Rent-Ferturur.Zpreadore'' ..'Long;.Distance Moving day:; and 'from' ft to 11 p':'m.
Beauty AcademyLearn 224 N.W. 8th Ave. 4> Local Drayage 11 6 N.W. BUtM: >nth !St.! Frkt&Y'IV'd. Saturday. : .nights.All .

a Profession In. Tour Storage.Paeking -CfratlnjKhlpplnt OAINJoSV1J ..rJAWIr teenagers are invited to
Spare Time. Fifll or.Vurt Time PHONE .. ; ; .''' enjoy these supervised acllvltes. -
Low Tuition Term I SEWING; MACHINES come.NOTICE. s t4 91x x te. A > a,

219 N.W10th: "Ave. Van Service, Inc.
aainvUIe S7"s t7fiELECTRIC I LADIES WEAR \ 33401 .N.E.; Waldo R4. '; 'pet 1') Chapter 168 will bold
its tonight
372-4871 National Sewing regular meeting
MOTORS Gainesville [Thursday I 'at 8''p. m. in the ant/Nomad Station Wagoatoifclmpala! Scoupo boittyo.
Cherry'sGainesville' MUSIC f Machine) Co. Inc. .Masonic Hall pn'Brownlee' St. /teyaCoupe t
... :. ''All- members. are urged .to'at- ''

ELECTRIC *.,Most For LadleaDR139ESSUITSCOATS FjI'blonab1eAddre. Lipham Music.Co. *, 'peeler< for < 'tend: COLEAIAJTMade Id 'GM j 'l3 sojiL sla'ta' alaQ1fIdiC: : t cb1A1iIiaaatet'g.-

Co. OalOMTine Shopping! Ot*. PfaffNew HomeNelco MACK .
Motor --
Repair. S7J-5MJ T Good iTiwd 'and RepowetwedBlodels Coleman Sr. was born -' ._ .. i
Of G iMvine. Inc. Avenuelutborlaed4 u liv 1388' and 'was the son of .7 ... -- -
110 N. W.,10th \
Repairing'ReWtfldtnjNew ; t .MATEnNITT.WEAtt ACCESSOKEES ,. r Sales-Repairs' All 'Makes the,late Mr. and Mrs: Joe
and Used Baldwin\ Piano Organ Coleman) ?'of Charleston S.-C. CHEVROLET INC.
WORK GUARANTEED TWo Stores. ..Guitars, -, Gibson. GoyaDrnqu ,Budget TemwUa &b" He 'left his home there and BALDWIN ,
2818 Nfl!W. 16th St. University, GalnesvllU LUdwig BUnf erlandFeu4er ..! ail W. Unlvenltr. Paige vfl. .cam*'to live in*v Starke while. _
7 W.
Gaines+tll*. Florida Standard Amplifier u S7S-1SU. ; eI ".'*(W f youth.v\ PHONE 964.7500. STARKE, FLA.TIIURSDAY .
& Gainesville ltlalt under the! -
Phono .872-8318 Ha was U. S. 301

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