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 25, 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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On Session a, i ;y, Ag Interests (

After hearing Republican Gov. C1 ude'Kirk's' "Stateof

the State" report local school officials and Bradford r y' A zoning code recognizing

Rep. Eugene Shaw appear to have developed a pessimistic After Long Delay interests of Bradford'a ta.rmporpuJ.a.tJon -

attitude toward what the special "education"session w"r r 1ng and slanted 1

of the Florida Legislature to convene Monday toward agriculture Is being

will accomplish. sought by the County Zoning ,;,

Bradford Education' Asaocla.- the present unfair 'burden CUBB Gets $$22,500 In Operating Committee Chairman Oeorge

tlon President Richard: Jockel placed on the ProPer own- t q :Roberts told members of the "
says teachers are unhappy ers of P1orl over Gov. Kirk's eland and the Tide makes -It plain most Funds For Three County Area Approximately 200 members

proposals made this week Iby officiate' think, that the gov- attended a quarterly supper a' t
the governor Quality Corn, ernor intends to veto any tax 4tCt the Brooker school and more
mission on Education which Increase In the special session 1r CURB Economic Agency orOanlzatlon Clay,.and Union Counties will than hair listened to Roberta A
members or the Florida Education unless It 1s accompanied by running the local 11'0' on as planned. Zoning. Comlmttee Vice-

Association have boycotted. such structural' changes 80S an lour-county poverty program, CUBB was also awaiting Chairman John Torode, Tax \
The program proposed appointive state school super finally received $22.500 1n operating word Wednesday from the Assessor Gene Long and

falla far short of "quality or tntenden and an appointive y funds Saturday, Ja.n. Tampa OEO Office on approval County Agent George Hugglna
excellence In education" Jockel "super 4)oa.'d" to replace the 20. according too Director w. of a Neighborhood Youth In 'the first public meeting
say. The BEA Board Is P. Heney. held In the new Brooker Jun-
present cabinet 'board of edu- 'e0ov. Corps project to provide part-
expected to meet next: week cation The anti-poverty agency for for High SChool AucUtorlum.
to discuss the issue. plus property tax Claude Kirk I" served a portion of salami In the Inmate' dining room In Baker time employment to disadvantaged -
relief. Bradford Clay and An easy way to come up
Rep. Shaw apparenl'lysees "I'm 100 per cent against "hlc.h he chose to have, lunch on his tour of'' the State Prison at. Haltom hsat Union Counties was threa.ten- teenag r& with a zoning Code would be )

little hope .of the Legislature these etructural changes," Thursday Kirk lOut Itt a table' with an Inlnate. ed with a shutodown 111. No- to adopt one from another p

buying Gov. Kirk's proposal' Bra.cltord' Supt. Casey stated, vember when 77 such agencies county Chairman Roberta '
one on which he keeps Insist- across the country due to re- Wreck Charged '
terming: them 'cha.nglng for told t.he'arm Bureau mem-
trig that education financing change's sake." FIorJda.1 currently Supreme Court 'Out Of Order'Kirk ceive administrative funds on hers and their 'fam111es. But
,be tied to a b1l1 on structural elected state superintendent Nov, 1 were left stranded To KeystonianA Bradford Is not going to dIo

cha.nges'which require a refer- Is a full member of when Congress failed to pass that he emphasized,
endum. Nor does Shaw feel the cabinet equal .In status to Its poverty !program financial "We can't please everybody -
'l8-yea.r-014 Keystone
optimistic' that the Legislature all other member. Casey says. Says After Touring Prison aid on achedule. Heights man wu charge with Roberta said "But we

strength to pans the.education bills adding that "educaUon now Is Congress finally passedi the failure to yield the rl&'ht-or- are going to ,try to compromIse
can necessary not a stepcbild." Office of Economic!: Opportunity In lIwo-car collision at and come UP with something
strength over Kirk' veto-the also Taking the Itinerary whole, Gov. Kirk said he was could not go tAl more markets. way a will
Casey points out that money bill last Dec IS the intersection of sa..loo and that In the long run,
same bills he voted .1n. the regular the proposed super board own hands Republican pleased" with what he Corrections Director Wainwright and President lqndon Johnson starke benefit everylbody Roberts
8esslon. would !be composed of 2T members Claude ,Kirk led prison Thursday Besides Rai- answered ssoclated signed It into law Dec 23 In Temple .Avenue said repeatedly that the ZonIng r
'Bradford School Supt. Tom buf that 2-3 of them clals and reporters a the governor vlsltod; the Industries 111 opposed to it In Vietnam. But It takes time Tueaday.No Committee recognizes that
Casey Ia the most optimistic of would represent universities chase through the Park Correctional Insti- Plorlda and we have a great for funds from. Washington to injuries resulted from agricultural Interests account

local school cfflclals. He says and junior colleges. "It II State Prison. last and the Piorlda Correc- deal of difficulty getting leg.Islatlon trickle down to the local level the crash but damace .to both. for a major portion of the
he will be happy to see the iBy abandoning,the Institution at Lowelh through." cars toWed $500. according
distressing what that would do Heney noted Wednesday after county'S Income and tha.
special session raise the a- to our K-12 program .whlch prison officials had schedule ,called for him The governor briefly visited his money had just a.rrlved. to CIty Patrolman Bill Chambers those interests. will be talc
mount spent per child up to makes up 70 per cent of the him the Governor be back ,In Tallahassee at 2 the new East Unit, going to Interim funding enough for investlptlnc officer. into COIUIlderatlon.

the national average of $619, school population," Casey says, quently forced to watt m, but he didn't leave Ra.iol'd the security cell formerly occupied three months operation was Houston C. Drlacoll Key- The committee 111 Interes _. .,.,.
but even Casey says W. will In essence. casey appears doors to be unlocked until 2:30.: by Inmate Bennie W. okaYed! by the not, be, quaLity educa.tlon. The ready tQ accept: the 1Le&\lsla.-\ arrived unannou1\Ced.\! m&nu'a The governor gave no rea.I .- Brooks who "( on a reversal of ment 1n early December for left turn from SR.-lOO onto 111 seeing(; that a subdivlsbncannot .toa
) adjacent
proposal of the Quality Com- ture's Proposed -fourth cent In ford, one of three I On for his tour except to say a riot convict'lon from the U the 17 Community' Action Temple Ave 111. hls 1983 Ram- be plllCed
mll'tS'lon' on Education to add She sales tax and closing of joprsdlhe.gpverno: ; ate .he had ylslted ,Ralto S..Supreme c urt, Agencies including' CUBB. bler station wagon Ronald C- .farming area and then have
a COUTtli'o vent to' tile sales tax 'present, loopholes.,. Isttt, other with h mates and''' his campaign and Wasr ? Heney notified 1n early Butcher 39. Jacksonville. was! residents Qf thesubdivision, .' .
and clone the. loop would fir'nance was place restrictions en the farmer -.....,,'.MIi'crc-
tlcular'lnt reat. In' the
education leaders here won't again Thursday. Prison December that the money was traveling north 111 the wide
O1ls Sheriff Gets about what hours he
program however go that far saying $250 million top and the maximum learned, of the tour on Its way and It finally got lane of U. S 301 following a may
and Is to "setUe operate his /tractor/ and regitlatlons -
Casey willing
raised by that manner ty cella tn the new East day before but 'Warden De- .traller' through
here Sa.turday.Twentyeeven. eml-bruck .
for the national this the of Insecticide
average falls short of educational ex- He also visited the Sinclair said h. did not State Post on type
year followed by a full study llence. education and industry when Kirk would arrive. CUBB em- a green light' according. to to use the chairman

of education" needs and financ- In Us latest proposals. made ties including the tag did Correction DIvi- Bradford Sheriff P D. Red- ,ployees [23 in. Clay County'sNeighborhood Center Officer Chamber. said 111.. one exampIe.,
mg Tuesday the 3o-man Educa- faoturlng shop shoe Head Louie Lee Wa.ln- DrLsooll was In the process The committee: has worked
dish will be installed as presi- three 111 Bradford and
project, ,
But Casey directly opposes tion Commission approved a ,baCJco and clothing who said after the tour of making his left turn when :for the put year preparing
dent of the statewide FloridaSherlff's
the governor's stand 00 structural one In Union] laid oft in late
land which
proposal to raise. F1ol1lda.'s use maps are now
Association at the his station collided
cha.nge Kirk reiterated November went 'back to work wagon
Roberts said. Work
annual expenditure complete]
his address to the state Monday average 1I'1'OUp'' annual mid-winter just after the first of the year with Butcher' 1966 Buick as'dam. 111 to begin
slated now on
per pupil from $554 to the national this J
: convention 111 Clearwater but have been working without .
average of $619, a 13 coming up with ideas for a
"I am against the imposttion' per cent hike.If weekend. wary Damage to the right front zoning oode. But Roberta
of any new taxes unless Sheriff Reddish has served HeneY' said Wednesday thatClay's
also proposed that county of Drl8coll's station wagon stressed that 'pub11.o. meetings
they are of real tax !4 of the AB80dation Neighborhood Service
'produot e a.s vlce.presldent \
school boards 'Ibeo permUted to will be held In each of four
estimated a.t. and to
reform through structural for the and Centers are operational and was $350
past year
12 districts of the 8tarke.Lawtey.
levy up to mills in ad va- zoning .
In .:. and three Hea.d- Butcher' Buick lilt $150.
change government will lead the organization that the summer
lorem taxes two more than Brooker and Ha.mpton -
Unless they serve to relieve through 1968."Aniprais" start programs\ in Bra.dltord- .
Continued on Pace 'l"wo areas to 'go over any proposed
code before any recom'i j jmendation
be made to the

Local Politicians Home Hit County Commission :

t" Repair Gyp appointed The Zoning by the Committee Commission 111 1

Game L-. v ure and of will that operate boa.rd at Permissive the pleas-

Play Waiting Bv State Investigator legislation was passed severalyears

allows the
: ago which Ii''
to tabllah a zoning
Bradford County candidates laws whim requiTe a candidate In the home re- The "speaker lauded Rep, for work that 111 overpriced county 1\\
code if It 80 desIres.
aren't talking-yet to start filing campaign pair rackets were scored by Gene Shaw far his efforts to shabbily 'performed or some- L
Although the political pot expense statements and contribution 'I r .9'\" D. D. Hamilton, Jr.. mortgage obtain remedial legislation In times never completed. Foster Shl Smith, a member 1or

1s starting to bon In some reports as lOOn as investigator with the State this field at ,the last leglslatlve Actually Hamilton aald the Farm Bureau of

nearby counties, Including he openly declares!. his eandlacy. !- Comptroller's Office, In a seaslon. The Shaw bill, there 18 strong evidence that questioned the Directors J
Union Bradford officials. are < speech oaf.'the Rotary Club drawn up /with the cooperation some of these finance compan- proposed zoning code
playing a waiting game ThIs ,Is the 'bIa year" on 'Vednellday. and approval of the Comptrol- lee are working "in cahoots" have on.lU8essmenta for property
It silence'' consent both houses with the contractors. taxes and If 1t Will conflict -
means the county election front, and The term "a.n.lmals" has been ler's office passed
It may be safely. to assumed the list of 'assumed" ,candidates { ',,. ;;if.;'...,:- applied to unscrupulous sales- of the legislature with few The speaker was Introduced with state laws affecting
that all courthouse' incum- for re-election Includes: 'I".UII.'f. !' men In the home repair field dissenting votes only to be met by Rep. Shaw, who praised the land assessment

bents will seek re-election In Sheriff P. D. Reddish! County ...,l.tEIIHrt because they prey on the aged, with the fate of a gubernatorial work of the Comptroller's or- "What If land Js zoned In.dustrial -

the May primaries. Their re- Judge T. A. Yawn Clerk el Nettles.: left I in; charge of the prison tobacco factory the infirm, and the uneducated: veto, Hamilton said. lice ::1n getting refunds for and used for agricultural -

luctance to announce at this the Court Charles A, Darby explatns. lib 'opf'rBtlonM to Gov, Kirk. With the' pair 18 Corrections without mercy and you can't The speaker declared there some property owners who or residential purposes".
early date 'stems from the Tax Assessor Gene Long Tax get rid of them once they get Is some hope of bringing the have 'been victims of such Smith asked? "Zoning will
Director Louie .
complicated Florida eJection Collector J. R. Kefly School \\'adnwrSght. a foot, In the door Hamilton bill up for an attempt to pass frauds. [Continued on Page TwolCBOSBYLxi3ICBb

Superintendent Tom Casey, IWIIrehollBCR during the had told him noO ald. It over the Oovernor's veto at --
facturlllg .
governor .
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.i 'It
and Supervisor of Elections his, three hours at R.a.lford, more than he told reporters. The speaker described tile the special session starting ., t, '. .,"
MARCH OF DIMES Geneva 1"lynn "Haw do you lead when you Kirk arrived at Ra.lford just varied techniques used !by the next week. He said It would .". i r r : FUR.... 'i N
!SlU" a
: >> .
Added to the speculation racketeers In home- be help to the Camp- ..." :
don't know where you're going a few minutes before noon, justIn getting a a great : ;
Mother' March list are three members of the said one prison official I time for lunch. But Instead owner's signature on the dotted ,troUer' office and law enforcement 1'i.:' 'AT: BALFWAYDonationa. : M.Ori'. '. .. 'J''. :r", .: '

County commission whose who was supposedly leading ot eating In a private dining line such as "ba.lt and officers In curbing oJi'i' ..

terms will expire In January the governor and ,his .aides. room for prison oftlclal!! the awltch" '- advert."lIllng a home frauds that are costing home. '.:aOAIt1.
.Is Postponed 1969: Dave L. Shuford I.etw- At a 'brief press! conference governor/ choRe to eat with Inmates improvement'. service at rldiculoualy owners of the tate millions ot gi.p ;Those ; ". ',"

tey: Jerome John, Starke: after his tour at Raiford the In their dining han kN prices to get a dollars annually ,;0 1"I I 11; "

Till Feb 12 and Zedr& Hamllton Brooker: Governor called the U. S. Su- Handed a metal tray which .nibble:' ,then "aeIUngup"to Hamilton cited one Instance Coming. .. 'In.. t &. 0 ", ,; ; .v .'jJ" :''I\t,(\p.ff ,>i
and two members of the preme Court "out of order" In Is standard for all prisoners a hlgoMy overpriced tem or in Union County where a home- t ""J 1."i; ; I

Board of PubUo Instruction: Its charges barbarism by keeping Kirk and his party //Went service. owner was addled with a. ; I", ;.t '
: >
1!) 8'GOAL, IS $4,000 Arthur N. Holiday and Rodney Inmates tn "windowless. through the line and were Hamilton said that many $U,9SZ: mortgage for repairs ( .Namq -"- I ., ." :--.10. -

P. HariAlthough sweatboxes," served beans collard greens other inducements are used to and zemodelllng work on a I '. .. :.\."[. I."r.. '1tr/( '. ,. .' ......-.lOOI' :',<':
the candidates '''1 told them so too," laid two sltees or salami 'bread get the homeowner'S signature home that was later appraised ; .c '.'. '11. '. \ : '

themselyes are ,'keep-DIIr quIet Gov. Kirks ''''apparently refer. coffee and a piece of' cake. on a contract such ae ofteTlllgto at around $8,000. TheComptroller's s, Addrf1.S8.. ,,. Raised: .
j /
observers oubllkJe the courthouse ring to meq1bers of the Su- The governor sat next to a provide money to pay oft office was successful 'x. .'r'' .-, '>.t.:. 't9 ", ,(:' ,' .......Il-fa'" '" ., 11rt1't1
ThIs, Space Coatributed Predict opposition fQI:. preme Court he saw on his young Inmate wh( appeared other debt!,free girt bonuses in getting the amount :, '" ,' "," f :i :} "

Weekly to PlibUelze at least. three of the courthouse recent trip) to Washington D. nervous and t1I at ease Noise! or even. advancIng cash for a. of this mortgage substantially ..:. "' '. ".' ..:. ".. "'.e'....:.,( :iR/4/ (r tril'6 .
offices an of the Commission C. In the dining room made It vacation trip. These edra.sare reduced Hamilton sa.ld. , .
added cost of the! 1' I d .- ;" ir)
poets, and at least Impossible to hear the conversation onto the The "animal" eith- .. ". .. 1
Community Events 'y Kirk also termed PresidentJohnson' succeeds ,,, ,, { ... ;
contract the speaker Said, \ a-
at the ta.ble. /
one This School picture Board could seaL change message.last Stafe Wednesday or the Union night After lunch governor's the governor seta and the whole thing I Is escalated er by forgery or trickery. In ,: Clip "and'aal2'" .tcr Mr .:.1, fahli. ..5 :uiJ!

The Community radically: however !before the a message ''On the "sta.te of dis- fast pace to the flat top In by the addition of "time getting the homeowner's slgnat.ure S..IWater St. t..Stark 432 !

qua11tyt118' period opens on. union:"' when reporters gave the old prison where he talked: price' dltfere-nl"ml", which can : on a blank mortgage pia26 iMSI,::.<;"n/kW:..r' ....ll".Il.SY., .' i'1n rtiaifuit acr
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amount toat much &II 100 percent and note which later tilled
19'. with a young prisoner' briefly.He are
:March him to
an opportunity inject
State Bank
At least one courtbou.M. vet- a little politics Into the tour then went through the education Interest on a Dote that in with any amount that Cue The Crosby Lake Cemetery cleaning fund reached the
eran. Sheriff Reddish fa phlloeophlcal He also blasted the Preslden.te and Industry facllltie: rune for, ten yea.rL contractor wl hes, The mort- halfway mark this week withsOO contributed& toward the

Accounts now Insured about the possibility for his deficit spending policies Kirk indicated be feels snore Hamilton said that under gages are then sold at a big tl.OOO Coal. IDdlcaUons are that the drive will be a success

of drawing opposition In the "He uses practices neither education programs are: needed present statutes a $2.1100 mortgage discount to a finance company It contributions keep coming In at the present rate' and 1& to
up to l5COO) b7 coming primary. He noted you nor I could get away In the prison system and at can be run up to a to&1ilf to whom payments must ,be hoped to stan work on the project In early spring,
one point blamed Ute Legialature $6.403 10 !Seven years all made by the property owner.
with from tile Internal Reve.
that he had served &II county Contributions were received in. the
week from
Federal Deposit Insurance commissioner for 12 years.. and nue Service or the Securities saying "At.,this point 'WIthln the I law" by thAI addition There is no recourse against A. L. Greer arooker I"ra. Mn.
Commission said the Legislature hasn't given of extra costa plus the the finance company because ; Mary; Harriet Porch. MIamI
sheriff. for 18 and that he Exchange ,
Corp. as baa never fa.1led-in the peat Kirk.Cummenting. enough money," high rate of addnn Interest it supposedly bought the paper Beack. Mrw. Ted Osborue, Houston Texas; 'A.. Z. AtIkIna Jr..

-to have a rwmll\8-mate. on the tour as At ''Raiford he asked why allowed! on retail installment ill good faith 'iln due courM" GalndevilIet; Mn. E. K. Ferryman and Barrr; Roseoehlne1

products manufactured there ...le8, .--..a -... and J is In no way responsible both of Starke.

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:Mr. and Mrs. John P. Jonesof 'I Mrs. T. D Dyal returned last I. J. J. Wlndham superintendent I culture: or nonagricultural.Long :

/ Batavia Ill. are spending week from six weeks visit for Gulf Life Insurance said he doesn't know If,

W several weeks with Mr. and: with her daughter' Mrs Joe Co. in Starke, la attending the a land owner would be In TERWllLEGAR MOTRSkEW'
Mrs. C. R. Scoffgins. Ellerbee In Panama City. company's semi-annual regional danger of having his land, I
Mr. and Mrs Lonzo Crawford Miss Patricia Campbell of sales meeting at the classified. as non-agricultural
of etarke !sAve been' admitted -I Lake City and Mr.: and hirer Slrw'toadaokaonv4l.41o-. bulf urged them to return the .

v '(Phone 11\IOOW to the Starke NursingRome. ;, Fred! Johns of New River were telhIs' weeks forms comply with the new I
v 964-7608 Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs Rev. Chanter' H. Allen, of lea and retain their present
Mrs. Mary Lane of Jacksonville Charlie Cowen and family. Curry tOn. Tonru,. a former IJIlltus.Kirk'Edmation. P USED
Is visiting her mother I Mrs. E. L. Crawford and Stark''resident, was last Waalneflday .& CAR SALE
Local admittances to Brad- ) Mr. and Mrs. J O. Jackson .
I Mrs. Bertha Pearce this week. son, Tom and Mrs overnight guest of Misand '
ford County Hospital this funeral
in Chief land '
were on Sunday
(Mrs. Mae Jones and granddaughter ,, Crosby attended. the :Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf Sr.
week Include: W. P. Herlong, visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C :
Nita Jones of Jacksonville Mrs. Lillie Hall in Monticello Mr.. and Mrs Roy Shaw of
Charles E. Smith Stone, I
] were visiting Mrs. W. on Sunday afternoon.Mr. Valdosta, Ga. are visiting Mr. SATURDAYFROM
Leonard K. Whitehead. Char- Mrs. R. M.: Lee of Wilton THURSDAY FRIDAY --
E. Middleton on Saturday. and Mrs. Curtlg Edwards and Mrs. Tyler Jones for several -
les T. Wade George C. Lovell, Conn. Is visiting her parents, Stand Is Hit
< .
of 4aya.Jeme
Stuart Spragins had as visitors durttig 8 A.M. TO 8
Rev. R. E. MaoBlaln, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling
Dr. Foster of Ate.
Rock Ark. was visiting the weekend Mr. and Mrs. o. Dothan
Minnie Lee edgrave, Thomas Sr. and other .relatives for
Mrs. H. H. Adams from. was visiting, the Lawson families -
and C. Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. D. .
J. Cason, Gus Lalnas William bereral days. wl I 1"11" last night [Continued from par One) I II With each 'New of Used"Car
Sunday to Tuesday. M. Edwards and family and Friday :
,. Bessent, Ernie W. New- : I
A. Mr. and Mrs. P A. Pa/rrlsh/
Mr. and Mrs. John Hem- Mr. and) Mrs. Ted Edwards of Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish the current maximum. How Sold
some Wesley Ortffls< Mrs Jr. of Ga. and Mrs Truck on
mlngway ett Ellzabethtown N1-:! Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. h are attending the Sher ever, inillage elections in or
:Margaret: M. Learne. Mrs. Parish Sr. of Durham N. C. C. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dyer.of Gainesville.Mrs. iff's convention in Clearwaterfrom which voters can approve up to These Sales Days You
Thelma Ebling and Mrs. Margaret were weekend visitors of Mr..
Orle Wiggins from Saturdayto : Roy Clemons and Tuesday ,to Friday. 10 additional mills would be
Varnes all of Starke; and Mrs. Merrit Williams.
Tuesday.Mr. abolished.. Will Have Your Choice
daughter, Marsha, are visitingMr.
Ellen Miner
Perry Those from out-of-town attending -
and Mrs. S. O. Denmark and Mrs. B. J. Mills in \A.ccordlngto figures .publicized -
Macclenny; Thurman Hancock the funeral of W. E. attended the Furniture Key West this week while Zoning' Code this week, state officials of
of Melrose; Mrs. Ellise Dowling on Wednesday of last
Mart in Atlanta from Saturday Mrs. Mills Is In the hospital. estimate if will require $790
Thornton of Putnam Hall: week were Mr.' and Mrs. Hal
to WednesdaY: Judge T. A. Yawn, Mr. and million. annually to raise public
Mrs. Dora K. Johnson of Lake Alexander of Jacksonville, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. James Cooper Mrs. N. L. Woodburn and Mrs. To Recognize school support .to the national
Butler; Lonnie Roberts of and Mrs. Jesse I. Ogden and Mrs. level. The state now contributes Of
and family: and Mr. and Thelma DeVine flew to Zephyr- 50 Gallons GasOR
Ralfond: Mrs. Linda V. Kingof Mr. and Mrs M. I._ Ogden of :Herbert Carroll of Chieflandwere < hills and Winter Park on Sun- $800 million annually.
Keystone Heights. Pompano Beach Lee ogden
Sunday visitors of Mr. day to visit friends and rela I Officials speculate privately
Among those attending the of Gainesville, Mr; and Mrs.E. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper. AgInterests that the Legislature will set I
ATI All Star football J. ,Jr. of William tives.Mr.
game Dowling Miss Janet Hardy daughterof and Mrs. George Glennof minimum school mlllage of B
at the Gator Bowl on Sunday son Del., Jack Dowling of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hardy: Atlanta Ga. were weekend ( mills, which net about/ ? $150: .
were: Mr.! and Mrs. Robbie Winter Haven Mrs. R. M. Lee recently pledged the newly guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Continued Prom Page One million annually.

Shallcr Mr. and Mrs. Warren of. Wilton, Conn., Mr. and formed Delta Iota colony of Glenn. create a board which has more Enactment of the sales tax 2 Reserve Seats At Daytona 500
Winkler :JMr. and Mrs. Inman Mrs. Roger Mathews and sons,, Delta Gamma fraternity at Merle Gilder of Fernandina control overryour. property I envisioned by the commission ,
Green :](Richard Carter Mr, James Mathews and son, Lar- the University of Georgia In Beach was visiting: his parents, than you do." Regulations] adding a 'penny and closing
and Mrs James Shuford, Mr. ry, and Mr. and Mrs. Leigh- Athens. Internationally recognized Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Gilder, could be placed on the type. ofbuilding I loopholes, will yield an estimated -J FEBTJARY 25th

and Mr.. R. V. Turner, Linda as a pioneer!\ In eight the first of the week. ; that could be put up'I $250 million per year .1 u_ __ __ __ ______
and Mrs. .T. G. Ritch Dr. conservation and aid to ,the Sgt. and Mrs. Donald Hardentorook Smith said.Chairman. dn new revenue.
S. MulUns 'and son Glenn I Edward Mathews and sons of blind. Delta Gamma was and family of New I RobertS replied Thus the three! sources total-I

and Robin Dale;Johns, Mark Gainesville A. J. Thomas Jr. founded in Oxford, Miss. In Cumberland Depot, Harrisburg, that the proposed zoning Ing $700 million! per year is
Crawford Edward Knight,, of Fort Lauderdale, Mr. and Pa. will move here Friday to board'-wtll have only the auth- envisioned about $90 million I
Brant Turner Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. ,Alton Boles and Mr. and 1973.Mr.. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews make their home at 522 Pratt ority stipulated In the proposed short of !proposed expenditures. I
B. C. Koltzendorf Jr. and Mrs. P. Ri Frieze of Waldo, were visiting friends In Street. Sgt. Hardenbrook is zoning ordinance. "I've already On top of this the stare I P ,
family Mrs. F. W. Strickland Mrs. P. H. Haskins and son, must make $38-inilllon
Live Oak and Madison last retiring after 22 years in servo said. it [the proposed up a .
and children and Mike Macy. Chuck, of Ocala Mrs. Thelma deficit in school spending.. for .
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Alligood, Mrs. Odess Hall, Mrs. Friday and Saturday. ice.Mrs. zoning code] will be ,broughtto the current biennium ,:;kl.t re' ,,.. ....;:.jo!,.. 'I." !"'J [ _
Morgan Richard was In the C. L Cooper and Mrs. each district tor .J
approval ,.
Stefanelll and daughter of Jackie Sorrells and Ezeke and University Medical' Center Clealon Rhodes visited Mr. he added. I Thus $128 million per year ,..... 'J.: d ," ",', I <{n.:' Il. ...''I "!. : ,..,.p."., ,. '" 1'1rt' !!: 4 iJ iJI"

Ocala were Saturday evening. Leon Dryden of Jacksonville, from Wednesday to Monday and Mrs. Ernest Lord and "But It will have the authority -. In revenue la needed for which I /"... "; ....l' .: fI': V"1... _'_."!'...._'-.:...'-" ...u.,".,,".1j"'v." .'",;..",";,:: '
visitors of :Mr. and Mrs. Ien- and O. J. Murihee Sr. of Key- In 'Cross last Sat. no source \\a proposed by the'
ry StefanelU. stone :Heights. for observation and treatment., UrdAy.Major family. City to" establish: such regulations commission, it is about equal'to THE BOSS SEZ: This is the "VIC"'VICKERV, Sales Manager,

I V. J. Spengler returned no ill, will Smith involved said!!,. I"Thereis just a fifth bent on the sales Cleanest 1963 Ford in the Stateof Sez: This 1966) Ford Galaxie 500

last Friday after attending want people! to realize they are tax. Florida. V-8, Automatic, Power Fordor with power, Air Condition,

a drill! training course In creating a powerful thing:," Steering:, Radio, Factory Air Stereo Tape, V-8 is Fine Trans-
Montgomery Ala. the past Smith said In several counties Frank Barker Condition. One Owner. Like New.. portation. Stock No. C1477A

two weeks. which have established' zoning]
I A1C] James P. O'Brien Of code land as far back from. Sale Price $1,095.00ARTHUR Sale Price $1,995.00
Bglln AFB spent the weekend highways as 40 acres 'was| Drowning

with his parents Mr. and zoned residential. '
Mrs. P. R. O'Brien. "Land being used for agricultural Victim ,
Mrs. Grace Bostrom of Vtn- : !purposes will remain

ton, Ia. is visiting her cousins' agricultural;" Tax Assessor Frank Hendrlck: Barker. M,,

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews, Gene Long said when was of Starke, accidentally w+Mrh' Yi, 'l
for two "weeks. asked to the while
speak On effect ed Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Eaves the zoning code might have Kingsley Lake. droWn-I

were in Gainesville Saturday i on assessments. Long is not a 'Mr. Barker left for t .
siting( Mr. and Mrs. Ronald member of the zoning commltee Tuesday morning and when ',4 tb.lJ14. : at "
Eaves and baby' son who 'was but has worked closely he did not return after dark s. ,;0 f.'i;;? ;,>t:',.!"' :t'tti! ;. .t-9\--\tl ff.i
C A I born Jan. 6. in Alaeltua Gen- with the group antI has provided the sheriff's office was notified __ J J ..", t ,,:ft.ilN,. -- ..'MI ."'1 '.!?."i'p .

s eral Hospital. records from his ottice. and a search started. His
y ;l Mrs. T. D. StroUd'and Mrs The shallow BROCK, Service Manager JIMMIE BOWEN, Front End
assessor said, however body was found In
Mildred Ford of Jacksonvillewere Sez: If you want power ina Specialist Sex This 1966 Coronet
he believes that late frontage water near a.dock on tone west ;
Jr b 1 f Sv weekend guess of Mr. and highway frontage shouldbe aide of the lake. Sports Car the 1967 Firebirdwill Caliente Fordor with '26,000 miles,

and Mrs. J. H. Fields. assessed by the front foot. Born in Hurtsboro. Ala. on do the job. 400 Cubic Inch air!: conditioned, V-8, Power Steer

y Mrs.. George iFlyim, Jr. andMrs. ,Such property Is "too valuableto June 29. 1912. he was a vet- Engine, 4 speed transmission. ing, Radio and Heater, One Own.
O. J. PhlUlpa Jr. attended -
the Supervisors of Election be classed as agricultural: eran of World 'War II. a Bap- 5,350 Miles, Factory Warranty. er is Low Cost Transportation.

convention In Tallahassee last Just .beacayse It,has.twp.A or fist, and was employed as a
I Wednesday Friday. three cows on It." he said. projectionist at the Florida Sale Price $2,595.00 Sale Price $1,995.00
John Torode, vicechairman Theatre In Starke.
Mrs. and Mrs. W. E. Cooperof
'of the zoning Surviving are his Widow, .
committee ------- --
Mobile. Ala. spent the week.
pointed( out that the Marguerite Chester Barker of
end 'with his sliters Mrs Vefgle -
Run across any sure things lately? Flynn in Starke and Mrs. zoning board will act at the Starke: two daughters, Mrs. v

Bessie Faxon In Gainesville pleasure of the County Com- Jean Kunnemann, Lake City: 4
mission and will meet only toma.ke Lt. Commander Anne Barker
Mrs. Ira D. Well: and Mrs. adjustments on the use Boston, Mass.; and two sons,
L. A. Brown of Gulf Breeze, of lands when difference. of William J. Barker, Starke, and
and Mrs. Barney. McRae spent opinions arise. He- also said John F. Barker serving with '

1t Is true yciutake a chance Tuesday to Friday of last present thinking of the zoning the TJ. S. Air Force In Korea. :, ". j
week with relatives in Orlando
whenever you put money on a horse race. and Merritt Island. Committee Is to classify agricultural Funeral services will be held t
lands Into categories at 10:30: a. m. Friday In JonesMemorla.l
Or even In the stock market. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Graudon including Umber lands, Chapel with Rev.,;
But our savers have found a "sure thing: lied family spent: Sunday at crops, and chicken farms. W. A. Hogan officiating., In- BILL CARNBY, Transmission MARTHA BROCK, Bookkeeper,

Here their money is safe-and busy earning FSU visiting their daughter, No other-.county has such terment will follow in Crosby Specialist, Sez: This 1964 Irn- Sez: Here is a New Car Special

fnorerfjoney-without! taking Chances: Bonnie lou, a student at FSU divisions for agricultural land, Lake Cemetery under the direction pala Chevrolet Fordor Hard' Top, You Must See. Brand New 1968
on her birthday. he said. of DeWItt C. Jones V-8 with Power 'and Air Condition Ford Falcon Fordor with Automatic

Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smithof "But there is a question of Funeral Home.Edwards. Automatic, is Fine Transportation Transmission, White Tires

their' Wllliaton son-in-law! were and daughter visiting I how far back from highwaysland J Radio, Heater and Wheel Covers.,
will be
classified as residential -
Savings and Loan Mr. and Mrs. Marc. Jackson I ," Torode pointedout. Boys I 5 Year Warranty or '50,000' Miles.

over the weekend. He said this,question, Is To Show SteersTom Sale Price $1,395.00 I List Price 265191.

S-Sgt and Mrs. James Hamilton Just being taken up by the Sale Price $2,290.00FRED
and son of Tampa were committee which is open for ._
zi;; ASSOCIATION< OF STARKE visiting her parents Mr. and any suggestions or solutions. and Zack: E<
218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 9(54-5000( Mra. W. Plummet over the Torode Invited .the public ,to perennial top contenders in,I
weekend. attend the twice monthly area and state fat stock shows I II

meetings! held each eeco nd I and sales are among 17n
and fourth Tuesday night I north Florid. entries from
the county courthouse and nine) counties set for the 14th
COLOR TV THAT work along with the commlt- Florida Fat Stock: Show and 1
R I Sale during the 63rd Florida

.. FINE TUNES ITSELF I Bradford ee.The' vice-chairman said If State Fair Feb. 8-17,, In Tam- JIM JOHNSON, Tune-up Specialist

County doesn't take pa.The Sezt t This 1968 Ford Fair
up its own Edwards bovs. ol McCRAY
zoning problemsnow sons Porter Sez
lane 500 Tudor Hard ,
"someone will come along Maurice and Betty Edwards of Top Demo. This 1965 Ford Station
In a few years and do It for Starke, will also enter with Air Condition, 390 V-8, Power with Power and Wagon

us.:' He admitted there are Southeastern Fat Stock Show Steering, Radio,.is a Real! Buy V-8 Is Fine Air Condition,
a Car. -
: many questions! yet to be answered In Ocala Monday, Jan. 29. with 5,000 Miles. 50,000 Mile

about how certain Tom, 18. showed the PTA Guarantee. List Price $3,762.62.
rII RCA I lands like lake and highway cflvtelon reserve champion In Sale Price $1,695.00
frontage now being used for %1160 and fineH reserve Sale Price $3,150.00

agricultural purposes, will be chamoion In 1964 at the< state
I'' d aoned.! fair In Tampa.
I 1 "If you don't like It you'd Zack. 13. took the top prizein A* *'- ;

better tell a lot rf .people-and the 4-H division In 1904 by
defeat the thing,' Torode said showing the state's grand

referring to the proposed 'ion. chamoion which sold for $2.06 1 inn
lag eode. But he added the per pound. r
committee is "trying to cIass- Both boys are showing In

Th.BRISTOL try tend at its beet use," andsaid the 4-H division this :year.
Ii ''* ModM. VJT1a toning la the best thins J NiQy ,1 J.+' J' .1

that will have happened! to the .x, 'rrrtve; r 1

county in a long while. TIE RIGHT POINT for tile)
"Ortie [Longiand] ''John way yen write. Come In

li n Hod.iaj.702 casnrrort L RCA TOTAL SOUND STEREO' iTorodeJ] are trying to make: and toleot roar favorite ES- FERRELL.HINSON, Truck Specialist JIMMY OWEN, Lubrication and
gs'au.w ses.w.|n.clean : H personal LARRY
Smith'said. TKRRPOOK fountain pen. Sez: If You Want 'Good GLISSON, Helper, Sez:
"I'm not Interested In' TELEGRAPH. If You
myself : WantUwer"
When you're first fn Coror TV.there's to **:1 Transportation in Pickup Truck Cost Tr ns-
.' fedtrior ActIon ive.umeu 11,uiflfflOIMl StynW/ '0ftffacftiagainst : ; I'm worried about the efan'nets. portation in a Clean Car
baa reason.Like Automatic Fine Tuning that audible needle scratch.Six-speaker sMnS4y! : I can live with aDJ'thlnlr this 1965 Fort tiVnl Do the, Job. 1962 Rambler Wagon this
locks In the picture signal-e! cUonIcallyl. tem.20-watt peak power stereo amplifier.FM AM avid.. ; anybody. eta x&n." I .i Job. Will do the
FM Stereo radio. Roterts! ,pointed eat. and THE BRADFORD i Sale Price $1,095.00 :.:'" ,

Tordtfe backed him up that COUNTY TELEGRAPH \ Sale Price
$619 X279We zonin ''1s a two-way ,'Street. $695.00

We're'-going to try to protect) PQI)1l8hedrery 'l'h nld&J"' :
'everybody. We 'will at IM w. can at, These Are Just
try to A .Sample of What Great
Do Our Own Financing Terms To Suit YourBlJdget com 'tap with something Stark, Via. S3OT1 Buys We'Have

everybody 36 "Zoning can be 'one'of' "the class poorer tUIat'8tark Car rd'
Up To Months To PayWinkler ., n*>. or Truck -
finest to
things! everhappen 8tabcriptron[ ftatMt
to Bradford County." .Assessor. I Ira
Long said. adding hat it dots trade are: $4.00 pee .
workr two w ys. JW.I'' : $1.25 wt meatbs Terwillegar'

r I Electric I (! :. The assessorUo to fill out'ana-return''U11refa.nne1'a Outside trade area: $4.80 MOTOR :S
f I to his office forms mailed on per year;' $3.80 six mofit3jE. '

which farmers may request, L. Matthews, editor and II Your Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford
231 N. Tern thai I and Union
pic'Ave. Phone -9M 1596I under t* new state Taw, publisher '

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JIM. !6. 1968,,, .. flRAOTOftn -COVtmTMJMttAFH.. OTAKIPB.GLADYS FLo4talR: SECTION 1 _. pE 7If1tEffi. ..
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p m.. TPlahklng\ the arch were. KellerThorntonTfat
!pedestal. baskets holding /white I I 1 Garbett-Purvi, Garden Club Recent Births,
gladdoll and: pompoms -Against'' Rehearsal Plans Flower t
marriage !Of Mile/Sh.14. Party ShowThe
a (background, greenery and i Ceeler (f t Wakto ,to.Henry'F.oro Bradford County Hospital
branched candelabra with Mal. and Mrs, V. J. announces the following
1 n. Jr. will be an event Spongier Starke Garden Club
'Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Franklin *
whitetapers. of( Triday. nttfht. ,J4A- :ae eta were hosts at a buffet held -Janual'y.meetlnc; Mon
Nuptl&l music was provided p.m.a', the home "o5 the supper Friday: evening at their day night at the home of Mrs- Johns. Starke a daughter
MOOTY by Mrs. Lloyd Green, organist bridegroom's parettft, Mr. and home on N. Broadway Street Gail/ : Mathews. Jan. 19Mr

Phone !964-7608 and Miss Marian Green, soloist Mr\ %. Henry .Thornton. in, Hell- Ms.l honoring Miss ,OUy iQarUett '..*,A.* .*Norman presided and Mrs. Howard Fred-
Richard erick
Richards of :Miami Redding Sr.,Ralford, a
A and
bronn, S0rlng reception Harry Purvlai preceding over the'meeting whenIt
... ,served as best man. and thethere'were'L wiH\. ft Pl l>ow'also at the Thorn- their wedding rehearsal. wa voted tomake' a gift son Henry Lee Jan. 19.
en-1. Conner 1 top "Wye, .. ._ The buffet table was centered Mr and Mrs Calvin Vornea
of dtTectw.
Li t money to the district -
of Atlanta\ : Jr., Starke, Michael
; da, uncle of the :AH l (friend and,relatives are with a miniature bride Hans "were discussed a son
bride and Benjamin H. Cheaf- Calvin, Jan. 21.
invited to .attend, and groom flanked by silver for the flower show to be:
ham Jr. of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. John Francis
-Mr*. Pamela' ''Lee Brown of ,k A candelabra. with burning tape- held in Maroh. Dempsey, Starke a daughter,
,dalnesVIIla was matron of Church andi father of. the rs. During the social hour the Tamera Ann, Jan. 22. .. .
'''honor mad bride, omalttW-at. UM doubel The 15 guests attending In- hostess served refreshments
en1Jt bridal attendant eluded Mr, and Mrs. John Frank:
siheMmr. ring ceremony. Re was assisted the honored couple,
9'tioor length, THE BIGHT' rOlNYway tot+*eM din Sanford Sr., Starke, a son,
.pale !blue satin gown\ ,with' by BVVL.John Evan. Barnes 'a l their parents, the (i wedding \ and. John Franklin Sanford Jr.,
matching. Headpiece and short, III, brother Jan.
veil, and tarried' orchid pastor; of the, First Baptist elect ;you rr itte STERTOIOOK -
an A classified ad In the Telegraph .ountsta pen. TELEGRAPH Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. taper -
Church of Newton, Ala.
_________ ttoaeguy.>ll33 Conner chose for her .A l-pronzed.t. arched candelabrum brings results. Starke, a son, Jan. 23.

Wedding..White satin gown accented the .edge GriffiaManningMr.
r -
r-- Virjtb etpaight4lines, fastened oi cue bajxtistry, with a large .
down ,fne back to the waistline tup&urst\ of white chrysantbmu.mi *-I and'Mr.. And W. Grlffls *
with ,tiny eattn buttons Lace 1C } and white gladioli< at a I of Starke, announce the { ,
# appliques. adorned the long lower level..On,, each, side, engagement 'and approaching \fUi d "
A.I 'pointed sleeves around the massivearratrgemehta j of marriage of their daughter, I
neckline, and on the bottom of Wodwarm ferns formed the Bernice, to Johnny Manning,
.,. the skirt which tapered to a 1. aettlntf for bass tree candelabra son of Mr. and Mrs. John> S. Teat-F;;
Dining With ( .
o r.r.._' .. Jong.toain.>> ,..A..aa.UAbow/ In her leading' to the rostrum. Manning of Macclenny. Us s A The
0. ...., hair, held the. voluminous veil ,1iIICOtted: to ,the altar by her Wedding plans will ,ibe announced
., .a 'of u u lon. She 'carried father the'brtde later.TalbertHobbs. Whole
:It... .. a cascade wore a sown Family (((
) : bouquet ()f deep red roses of ,dull finished! Ivory satin' ,
1' with 'White satin leaves. and Alencon lace, designed "j
; Our Delicious; Buffet Served Daily
A-reception iwas held lit the With Empire ywaiet rnd en'iA. t T. :
,., "..,..,. .... ...'. .'.'.'-rIt' education building of the 'line skirt. Lace appliques accented Mr. and,Mrs. Henry Talbert .......
church. liMr F. J. Shaw the bottom of the skirt of Waldo, announce the engagement '
::41; 1.r .\'- greeted guests at the door and Barnes'Green :,and bordered the full train of their daughter, TWO HOT 'ENTREES 7 (
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( A presented, them to the receiving Vows Exchanged'lit Her headpiece was a cluster of Polly Ann, to Vernon ,Hobbs, TWO VEGETABLES ::
line composed of tile bride Ivory lace flowers with veils son .of Mr. and Mr. *. Albert 1
.: and groom, their parents; !ana Mississippi Cascading,, ( French silk Illusion Hobos ,also ref ...&100. I '::
the matron.of honor. ,. She carried a white bride's The wedding will take place ASSORTED SALADS ', -
,' Miss Frances Marilyn Itar
'S.. The bride's fable' was covered 'BUle: with an arrangement. of at 4 p.m.. February 17, aC the ROLLS BUTTER TEA
nes daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
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with a scallopetl! White Amazon lilies and.*hanotis. home of the bride-elect. AUttlendb
John Evan Barnes, Jr., 01Hattlesbuig
satin cloth over white taffeta centered by a epeoJAlly designed and relatives are invited
H..., ''j 6i t,, .." 'r: and was caught at the corners William Green, Miss, ,son and of John Mr. ,: ,rose o{ whUa. poinsettia;. to attend. Lunch .Buffet Dinner Buffet

," 4. .". ":: f-". with clusters of wedding bells. and .Mrs. Allen Leslie Green, of leskvea.llar only; jewelry was'a 11:00: a. m. to 2OO.p. m. 6:00: p.m. to 9:00( p.m.
\.' Centering the .table 1 was a single strand of pearls a. rift ?
'IIj Brooker were united In marriage -
: : three-tiered wedding cake de- from the bridegroom.The birth of a son, Gary Richard
on Friday Dec. 22. The ,
corated with rose florets and In ,maid of honor Miss Nelson Jr., en Dec. 21. Grand- .25 ''
ceremony was performed
veNa ; topped with bride and groom. the ;Main Street Baptist Betty Barnes sister of the parents are Mr. and Mis. $ S 't
Flanking this were two silver Church, of Hattlesburg, with bride, and the five other Louis crews of Starke and Mr. .
candelalbra with burning white bridal attendants wore Identical and Mrs. Nelson of Hampton. -1
Dr. Barnes pastor of the
taper Mrs. Charles: Hutxheeon A-shsped gowns of pink- -
and Mrs. William Fluucan cut green velvet with Empire Mr and Mis. Gus Kopelou- '
-j the bride's cake. a single. candle.Mrs. waistlines accented by velvet IOiII) oft starke announce, the 1 :
Tine\ round.punch table was'. I Clarence Hutcheaon and rosettes. Matching rosettes birth!of a.daughter, Elizabeth cSfcfST Edwards: o
covered with >a white organdy Mrs. Paul Faulkner served a. and tulle were worn in their Wnstanttneon, Jan. 20 in St. Iceataurant
Miss Yvonne Conner Weds Mr. Sidell'' Cloth and centered with a crystal floor hostess, and Mrs.assisting. W. L.la hair: They'd green velvet Vincent's Hospital Jackson IL Manager :;
serving were
punch fcowl encircled withfern muffs encircled,with gold ville. ,
In Pine Level Baptist,. Church RitesThe and white pompoms. Presiding Thomas, Mrs. Alvin Farr and rope cord. and covered /with ..
,!Irs. B. M. McRae.
at the 'punch bowl were white polnjsetti&s.Mr. -
Pine level Baptist. I Eugene Peterson of Lake City After spending some time .
Miss Carol Farr and Mrs Cornelius \ Green served his son asoest J
Church was the Betting for the performed the nuptials on Sat. with their guests the couple > -.- 1
marriage of Mine Yvonne Conner urday, Jan. 6, at 4 p.m. Croaby. left on a wedding trip to St'j man. The six groomsmen) : =
included Allen Green
daughter of :Mr. and :Mrs. The couple repeated their Mrs. (Philip Koon of Deland I Augustine, and now reside at and Joe FLORIDA PEST CONTROL
Green 'brothers of
W. C. Conner of Starke, to AI vows ''before am arch decorated kept the bride's book at a 2026 W. University! Avenue", .
Sidell son of Mr. and Mrs wil'n magnolia leaves and In. round table covered: with a Gainesville. Both are eurollec I the. bridegroom.Following -
William Sldell of Miami. Rev. terspersed with .white pom white satin cloth an
1i a reception In the fellowship WEEKEND'm ......
hall of the Church,

Yes, it used to cost $7950 to sleep .on4 eluded where the the bridal recehrtn couple line, their,in- ; .;.

parents and ,the bridal at- '

luxurious BLUE CLOUD tendants.The oval bride's table over-

laid with a floor length white ,
cloth was centered with a
four-tiered wedding cake with ..
BLUECLOUD4 double ring: ibase of 18th Cen- THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

SPR1NGAfR.? tury, English punch design.tables Two matched circular -

the bride's table and the silver .
,bowls were banked with
---- ---- greenery. NEW SHIPMENT I :

1" MALDN'i' After a week at The Chatle
In Oatllnburg Tenn., the couple -
.. returned to' reside at 195< I

Foam over Innerspring or 100% Foam R..Y.bb Tenn.LInden where Avenue Mrs., Green'Memphis will,

> continue teaching at Coleman ;, ASSORTMENT OF 1
,M M*( >C3a >+ $ __ fI Elementary School.and Mr., PECAN TREES
MjM WJ $Li fH WiOwr Green is employed a. chemical -

e"ertaws m ., engineer by Buckeye Cellulose -
rs'atdaMPst ,Ilra t wJt fas? PEACH PEAR
-_ Corporation. 5 FT. 6 FT. TALL
d Tr Parents of the bridegroom -1 f I1/f M
entertained the wedding-partyand .
"'" out of town guests at a Curtis'' PIUMThurs. !

rehearsal dinner at Holiday $' 98 ,
Inn North, in Hattlesbure., At ]: ,.
this time the couple presented Mahan 1 :

The brtJe: was also the hon- Stuart t *
p 'Sal. ONLY
E oree at a number of prenuptial I'
J parties luncheons ,teas,

Xa ail and showers In Hattiesburg ..
I and Jackson. Hiss:, as well as $'
Memphis, Tfcnn. BLUE LAKE GRAPE Thurs.
& 0 l Ia 4 9

Recent Birtiu
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Mr. and Mrs. Gary Nelson : ., Sat. '
of Wauchula announce the *


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fbiMt vahsa fa M rears of quality manufacturing! U foes MbUr serif In MttmtNonsTJergoiitc. BtarkeSunda 'Mass: 9:15: ... m. ,Beautiful .;.

Thursday Mass 6:30: T>. m.. '. .

; Your choice of Foam over Innerspring e \ : No cottons, sisata or other. Saturday Miraculous: ,'7 p.,,Medal m. Novena: ,BLOOMING ROSES -. $L59'GLADIbLUS :

or 1 00% Foam Rubber. i mold and mildew-prone materials. Confessions: 5 p. m. and '7 ,
.. Luxurious Blue Cloud cover Puff-Quilted Permanent Silent-Seal Box Spring,'coated : '

to foam. V !,I, prevent rust noise and sQueaks.. 1-ST. WHUAMB' CHURCH : WILLOWS 5'-6'Tall I BULBS'JEEPING B lB :7.,

..Lighter .actually 27%lighter for ease Never needs turning., Keystone: Heights.Masat .m.. % ( ,doz. ;
Sunday : a.
slim and trim I ,. Oimatlzed *- florid-: *? ,6 per
fa handling Ught, ..... 1, Wednesday; Mass\ and Novena a

,. 7 p.MAEYT8 i.ST CHURCH CHINESE ELM' 5' : 6" TallOR 8c EACH: vi E11ES ,; :
Sunday Mass; .11:30: a. m.
I BULBSTO fd 'f :
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I Shaw. She pled not guilty to ,
'Warrant Issued that charge and the case was
set for trial but has been

BALDWIN CHEVROLETOLDSIs For Genealogist and postponed Is still a not number resolved.of times Ultimate
in The Electric Portables
It was brought out at a city l
Celebrating The 50th council meeting last June that j
I A grand larcency warrant various city and county agencies .
for the arrest of Mrs. Sandy Including the Starke Po-
"" "',,-,. !"- .,-,", ,,, ',' : Miller described by local officials lice Dept., sheriff's! Department .

..I. ,,' \, .. :II''! ";.' I"i I'il"..,', ol .,"'IIRY : as a genealogist or per- and Chamber of Commerce -
>.1 f \ \, son skilled In tracing the : have received coin-;
:,:,: ,/., \ .:, ,/ pedigrees or descent of per- plaints from persona out of N >', ., THERE'S SO :MUCH MORE

sons or families, was issued state regarding Mrs. Miller's 1'" :Q.:;SHOUIDWE) ELECTRA zoBROADSUOUK.DERED ANDCORONATCOME A "
OFChevrolet I here Friday, Jan. 19,' by the aU edged activities in. the ado SM1T1ISM IN
I county judge's office. genealogy. :' GET.AN ELECTRIC TODAY AND SEE WHY ,'j!

I Issued on an affidavit signed ,OR,A PORTABLE? ELECTRIC ONLY SMITH-CORONA, "' OFFERS i'I,
I by Asst. Police Chief Kenneth Mother's March ,':,< '" PORTABLE-FOR YOUR OFFICE '
I the warrant YOU ALL, THESE
Fuqua ;
Trucks charges that Mrs. Miller, on AT HOME-by SMlTIICORONA8ASSURANCES ,i

i Jan. 18, stole property, owned PostponedThe: Here's a perfect example of Smith-
,, by Kenneth Howe of Lexington : master craftsmanship! A complete 1 ; i'
1968 March for
Ky. Value of the property ''the Mothers drive electrio typewriter built into a handsome ....-.* \ e- t,
was placed at $907. March oS Dimes portable. So many conveniences! :_.........ir.9, ,
here has been postponed until 'I'M ',. ,
for languages JI
I inexpensive L
Changeable Typo .,
Yawn set bond .
Judge T. A .
I Feb. 12 according to Drive 1!
and math. Page Gage;
at returnable at Plea ., science GUARANTEE Smith- "
I $2.500 Chairman Jim Temple. 'f''"'. ",', I jeweled main bearing, automatic electricrepeat Corona branch! office willreplica
Day proceedings\ next Tues The delay Is to give the ;tY' 4 f; ; actions even electric shift without charg
day Jan. 30. mothers 'participating more "! ;,EASYt I ( spacing. It has everything plus a and'L (except for labor and
Jlllllpil1gThings Mrs. Miller! was charged time in which to prepare, he .>:/MfOf..cORONA": V f carriage for king-size jobs p ll wen de.np) part within that
here last June 6 with petit said. The march was originally ,.wyi?;;; 5 years of purchase: date.
larcency on a warrant signed scheduled for Monday. Jan. .' AR", No labor charge within
$tnECTRJCS J. 90 day. of purchase.Warranty .
by County Prosecutor ,Gene"29. '; Ji" covers all parts '<
... ." ,, .< %" 'Jf-' M xcept motor rubber
.r';;54i11.'Jj. { ,-' ,.: : This alt-steel, vinyl-clad carrying cm rARENr9',,,,,,, parts, .n rgy call or
''''Mti; ,J;, t.; ::5':, .C- Is yours at no additional charge! charger after 90 de.,.,
Are .1'ftffyfr..i.'} : '" 'lor & i Does not cover damage
$ NOTICECHICKEN *! Wf \} '- accident
I 1U'tti'. Ii!:1 from or misuse
_ !
; ; 'V *'/f".(;'M'.o' 'Ii#",,: owner. ,

FARMERSDO Yes, -we carry a complete selection

at your Chevy truck dealer'sduring YOU NEED .j. ""' ..- in It's'electric true! Everyflung typewriter-the you could speed want, tr of models colors and type styles

SAWDUST AND the case that professional touch ,

\ January! 0 SHAVINGS un I aft in this stylish Snuih-Cojqpa... )I] I


We've decided to get 1968 off and running by making January deals on FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY CALL .
new Chevy Job Tamer trucks* like never before. Our stocks of models

from light-duties to heavy-duties are as big as we can handle. Our LINDBERG HENRY BRADFORD COUNTY

p selections will probably never be better this, year. We've got to move
'em and to do it, we're going to make August deals in January. There'sno 752.7305 LAKE CITY: TELEGRAPH'I

need to wait until later to get the Chevy truck you want. and I

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

Job Tamer during January! _.




l/z Ton Stepside

PICKUP __' CARL BEGGS ". USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned 1

If you find your name among the Classified Ads, $15 up. 10 different i
ONLY Gulf ServiceUSED name brands to choose from.
come to the Telegraph, office and receive TWO PARTS Parts & excellent repairs all

FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive- Top Price for Wrecked 1Car. SERVICE makes. KIRBY 712 N. Main SALES. Gainesville Ot
24 Hour Wrecker Service
Series CIO Stepside. 3767110.( tfchg
$$1S94 4 Plus, Freight Pickup __ Theatre Passes in. Fuel Oil -

Adjustable Vinyl Boo HASTINGS MATTRESS AAA Ilwy.- S 301& H N.Green Waldo Stamps AT LAST!

Includes e Covers at The All Telegraph.Sizes 30 cents ca.I CI>A"BATHS 8irinB AD I I& UPHOLSTERY WORKS 408-1099. A HOME\ OWNERS

710 Lemon St. Palatka POLICYFor
lit HEATER Vm *. 1* wards _____,..tMI I
I Furniture Repaired' i LACY CONWAY Mobile Homes
lit Padded Dash IQnvIk word over ISEftrm _.J-.OT FLYING
In Stock Ready Upholstered & Refinished SERVICE That Qualify
Two Outside :Mirrors .10..... If Rot FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Airplane FOR SALE-3 bedroom home
.*. Panaramic Rear Window paid I. .......... ___..3tII MATTRESSES REBUILT rentals. Greyhound Bus CALL THE MAN East Call Street. Very attraci -

For Delivery .*. Dual Breakline System 1 MEMORIAL, RESOf.t!: TIONS New Innersprings Charter. Keep your party together FROM KEYSTONE i r 'tlve, reasonably priced! at $5-
I I S _Bt. per "Of* and Box Springs charter a bust Phone George E. LaRue i I 500. Terms. Call Gene Shawat
964-6323 9645205.(
I CARD OP THANKS Drop Us A Cord or Call 964-6090. tfchg INSURANCE AGENCY or
S* word o* 'teas.Ia.all | Stchg 112S/
PALATKA EA fi-9160
5 Year or 50,000 Mile Warranty lOrh wor<< over SO. ___.O' I INSURANCEAT Keystone Hts.!' 473-<1692 ?

No. 1 Truck in Sales in this Area, the Nation, the I SILVER SANDS LAKE 209 E. Adkln St. AUTO. FIRE BOAT FOR PEOPLE
World! I $2,700 to $3,500 INSURANCE: AGENCY and 2 bedroom apartments.
GATOR BONE LAKE Unfurnished 2 bedroom

Bank Financing up to 36 Months. $3,573 to, $,1,275EASy'TEUMS tfchgA house. W. H. Noltaian. 510 .WANTEDTo I IIy
r r Classified Ad In the TELJ5ORAPII N. Cherry St. tfohg

Low Down Payment. See S. E.'McKay hrlnirn mult AFTER CHRISTMAS starting

'Keystone Heights Myers Power Tools new classes for our late Discover Our Friend
473-4740 or 473-419 comers. Tap. Ballet, Aero etc. Efficient Full Bank

USED CAR AND TRUCK SALE 'I Phone, 473-4816 Lawnmowers Area Headquarters- Power For Tools Ph.TilE 9647098.RIGHT POINT for tfchg the Ing Service.

MrCuIloch Chain Saw I
You Do
Pump & Water SystemsBrla'gIII the way: :you write. Come In !'
1987 PONTIAC TEMPEST CUSTOM 41966 CHKVKLLE: 396 SUPER SPORT ready for occupancy. 3 bed- & Stratton and select your favorite ES. with the Community
Door Sednn. One Owner, 26,700 Miles, Hardtop Coupe. One Owner, 14,700Miles room 1H bath. jcated; : lust Rentals Sales Engine TERBROOK fountain, pen. State Bank You are
Tnr'luollle8 Engine Automatic White, Black Vinyl Roof 396 outside of city limits In Sen-loe
Beater, Vinyl Trim Air Lift Shocks, V-8 4 Speed Transmission, Radio and Plnebreeze. Easy' monthly 230 NK.: 16th Ave. FOR SALE 2 used .30 gal. among Your Friends
NADA BOOK $2,145.00 Heater NADA Book $1,865.00 terms. Longchamp Const Co. I Gainesville 376-3(11 upright water heaters; 1 used and Neighbors Because

Sale Price 1995.00 Sale Price $1,895.00 eI Contact BuToid Mitchell, ttehg 30 gal. table top water heater; We're .
pone 9646853. P. O. Box [gun type automatic]; Well's
1967 FORD GALAXIi 300 4-DOOR SE1965 FORD COUNTRV SEDAN, 9 PASS 238 Starke. tfch\ RENTALS: PUMPSNEW Electric Repairs. tfchg Home OwnedAnd
DAN I One Owner, 17.500 Miles Green One! Owner Blup, V-8 Engine Automatic Day, week or month.-Brad-
with White Top, V-8 Engine Cml_ Transmission, 45,900 Miles Pow ford Phone AND USED
I County Telegraph.
matte Power Steering; Radio, Heater, er Steering Radio and Heater. Best Time To Buy 964-6.-.O5.:; tf SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep JIMMY MOORE'SSUN Home OperatedBE
Air Conditioning NADA Book 92,590.00Sale NADA Book
$1,585.00 Off Season Prices
Price $2,395.00 I & Shallow Wells -I SPORTS CONVINCED
Sale Price 1295.00 New & Good Used -
REAL ESTATE Water Softeners &
: i (Expert Service On MONEY
One Owner, 48.OOO Dicey, Green YOU KNOW It's easy to All Makes Apply in Person to Our
One 47,800 Miles, Color Green Starke
Owner ph. 964-5791
"Itil. White Top, V.p.J: ;,?lne. Autonii 6 Cylinder Engine, Power Transmission, own a Longohamp Home?I Phone 96".7061DURRANCE President Vice Presi-
!II' 1r"n..ml..lon. Power Steering Radio Better built for Florida liv- Real Estate;
Radio and Heater NADA Book Sl.SOO.00 SERVICE
dent of Our
or any
and 1 Heat
PP. NADA Hook $1.6<13.00 PUMP ,
ing. Your plans or ours. 404 St.
W. Madlscn
Sale Price $1,495.00 Sale I Price, $1,095.00 Your lot or ours. Contact Bu- THANK YOU NOTES-Beau- Phones: Off. 964-6464 AND SUPPLY CO. Mercury Outboards aridMerCrulner Friendly Tellers.Community.
tifully in i
ford Mitchell, phone 964- engraved gold or Stern Drive.
1MB CHEVROLET BISCAYNR 4-DOOR 1965 CORVAm MONZA 4-DOOR HARD 6853 P. O. Box 238, Starke silver. $1.25 for box of 23, In- THE: RIGHT POINT for the State
SEDAN One Owner, 26.500 Mile, Beige TOP SEDAN. 22,000 MUCH Green with UCle: cluding envelopes. Bradford WE BUY used furniture appliances way ;you write. Come In Factory Trained Mechanics, Bank
of Starke
V-8 l Kiislne.: Aiitoinatle, Transmission, White Top Powergllde Bucket Seats, County Telegraph. tf or anything of, value.: and. select your favorite ES- i {Complete Fiberglass Repair
Radio( and Iteatrr. Radio and Heater.NADA YOUR BEST BARGAIN ADULT I Dahmers Discount House 964- TERBROOK fountain'pen.. & Rebuilding. We service
Book $1,650.00Sale NADA Book 1083.00 BASIC AND GENERAL REDUCE: safe simple and 7923. tfchg i All Makes! of Outboard & Member F:D.I.C.

Price $1,495.00 Sale Price $895.00 EDUCATION CLASSES. EN- fast with Oobese Tablets. Only SPECIALIZING In sales of I Stern Drives.Stumpnoeker. .
ROLL NOW. ELEMENTARY Sac Koch's Drug. l8tp| 2122| FOR SALE!:-$400.00 Down. Real Estate and In appraisals 11-13' Flat- 1 '
$90.00 a month '- Including bottomed fiber I Adjustable Vinyl Boot.
I for estates gltMN. Flor-
AND SECONDARY. Phone corporate and In- I
0 Mechanics Special O 1966 WANTED TO BUY-2 acresor taxes and insurance. 3 BR, CB dividual owners. 30 ida's finest busy fisherman Covers, All sizes '30 cents ea.
964-5344 964-6150.
or Itchg In years experience -
of land
more House House. FHA Mortgage. In Florida land Keg. $:a83. Special I .t The Telegraph.FOR .
305 HONDA Super-hawk for the Lawtey area. Write MarkV. Ph. 9647420.< ( tfchg I ters. A J. mat-I $229. tfchgMISSINGSlamee :
62 Rambler $175.00 Thomas
Olin Box 116, Lawtey
Honda Motorbike I
sale. $400. Fred Johnson 307 tfchgNo Unfurnished' Real Estate Broker.. Sfarke.Fla. RENTWarehouse'
60 Corvair $ 95.00 S. Church St. Starke. Itp FOR RENT Tel.: 964. 701. -- I. spaceIn
house five rooms U. S. 301 new building. Close In. Ph.
'56 Dodge $ 59.00 $145- NEW MOBILE HOMES: Chic- 589-Choice Buy. Over I. at Highland Phone 2394902.2tp I wearing red collar male missing cat, 964-6512 2tchg
kasha 20' x 24' wide. Buddy- 290 acres timber & pasture. 123|
59 DeSota 75.00 !| since
$ Clemson. Layton( travel trailers Modern home, close In. Below MASONRYMATERIALS Tuesday night. Call 964- DISHWASHER Wanted -
Liberty, Taylor Azalea.-, $200( per acre. I FOR RENT-3 bedroom block i I 7812 or 9647596.: It Male. No Telephone calls. Apply -
No. 630- 20 acres, frame home with utility and screen-' In person at Longhorn
Buy sell trade. Year bAnk financing "
TRUCK SPECIALS dwelling unfinished-Just $3- ed carport. Call 964-6240.I FOR SALE- 283" Chev. V-8 Restaurant 301 South. 2tch#
free set up and de- tfchs i Ready Mix Engine. J80: 2-16" Bottom 1125'
100. Terms. Concrete Concrete -
livery. Plow 3 $80 2-row
I pt. : Covington -
\ 1966 Cllf\'ROUT: : ?15 TON LONG 1966 FORD \ \ Whcpl nrs: ., rirettklH IMrkup, Green Base StylenUle Pickup Ol'flen. 8 O Under Jax. 771-8778. tfchg cross fenced, hog house with bath 'concrete block home in Cement, Mortar Steel Oyster $60; 20' alu. elevator, $45; I Covers. All sizes 30 cents ea.
With While Top Custom: Cab, Lots of Engine, Radio and heater Large PIGS for sale. James E. Griffis. central heat & water. A 3 BR, Saratoga Height Phone 964- Shell. Luneroch, Roof Power husker corn sheller, .* The TelegraphPAINTINGLocal
Chrome8 Engine, KiKllo and Heater. Rear Tires. NADA Book 1463.00 7369 or 961-5859: after 5 '
p. m $65 30" cordwood
; saw, $25
NADA Hook Rt. 1. Road 125. Lawtey. 1 i bath home w-flre-place. A Gravel Prenut Lintels and ; I licensed
Sale Price $1,295.00 Ph 782-3761 1 tp 1-man operation hogs & cat tfchgFOR Window Sills. Everythingfor 12' x 15 wool rug $15; Chest dependable. Free estimates. Ph.
Sale Price $1,395.00 tle optional, $35.000, 29 Pct. of Drawers, $3 $8; table 9645670.
1965 FORD !M TON LONG WHEEL WILL BABYSIT In my home SALE--'Basenji Puppies- SIoBonrjr Construction.: I chairs, $12; 20 watt amplifier lip
y 196 CHFAKOLKT: Vi TON LONG IJirne StylesIJe" Pickup Tan, Custom children 1 to :3 s years old. Shel- down.STROUT REALTY trained and ready to go. AKC HI-FI. A. M.-F. M. tuner rec- HOUSE For RentFurnishedor
Wheel' 1 Base 1-lvetHlde Red with Cab V-8 Engine: Radio and Heater, champion background, will
ba Whlt'aker, 636 South St, 2117 N. Temple Ave., ord player $23. Logan 1.4 ml. unfurnished in Starke. Central
M bite Top 6 tylindery, Radio and lleatLarge Rear Tlre8.rr take reasonable for
I StA rkp. Itp Starke Fla. aowrt south Waldo. U. S. 301. lip heat and air-conditloninff,
IS \DA Book $IUO.OO' NADA Rook 91.275.00 hom.t. Gainesville. 37B4103. Bradford
Sale Price Sale Price FOR SAILH.19HO. \ (904) 964-6609 4 bedroom Call 964-7389 or
1295.00 $1,095.00 Itp LOST-Girls :Maroon all weather Waldo 468-1152. -tfchg"IT'S
Pirknp. A-l Condition. Ph. Engineering Co. coat size 10. Initial,
\9(14-7712( I FOR SAiLF.--$1.oo0 and take WANTED BABY SITTKR: to
ltp I TI>S. Ph. B64-7260 lip NEVER TOO LATE
111) payments or For Rent- sit in my home. Call 964-7833.1: Phone TO LEARN." Register
Starke Now.
{, BALDWIN CHEVROLET-OLDS "''',n !'IJo'' Po 21 ciib'o' font $108.00 per month. Unfurnished tfchg HOUSE for rent or sale, 612 Adult Education classes. Elementary
Christ type freezer 15000. 1 3 bedroom. 2 both home. 964-5403 : W. Pratt St. corner of Polk and Secondary
l'"K.xielliTU: ,'Onlt!tlnn. Call after. |:51.1 N. Walnut/ St. Call BftVr A classified ad In the Trle.1 & Pratt. Inquire Old Trading
0 U.S. 301 North Phone 961-7500 Starke, Florida : 6 p. m. Phone 53.1-20.r. Jtp I Ir ]n p. m. 964-60AA._ tfrhgi graph brings result I i'i't l,!' !Post or Phone 1-7289.. tfchg I I I Phone 9K4-53II or 961-6150.licit*




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THURSDAY. JAN. 25. 1963
ly or temporarily with his father .. I I
Read Draws Probation at Silver Lake Savings & Loan I

j The damage suit and tow L r' Associationt Solicitors i .
criminal charges result< Must Obtain 'l "" i
I IA from Read's arrest the nigh: Hears Good Report *
1 l
On 3 "
I County Charges of who July 12 by Deputy Reddish I A 31.6 per cent increase in Licenses ,I
answered a call f : .:
Read' niMcrhhm' at TOSnr total assets was reported at' Chief of Police Bobby '
Lake,-Robert-Rogan.-' the annual meeting of members Biers reminded citizens of \' :
.\ 2K year term of probation -I Court here has received no The deputy arrested Read!l of the First Federal Savings Starke this 'week that all I THE :
was the sentence handed word on any( action on that for voluntary Intoxication, and & Loan Assocatlon of, ollcltors, canvassers, or .
Whitney Beale Uead III of violently resisting arrest Starke held Wednesday. Feb door-to-door eale:men are
Silver Lake In County Judge'sCourt case.A $40.000 damage suit Read was also charged with 17, in the office at :218 N. required to"obtain a permit
Thursday. Sept. 18.' by' against Sheriff P. D. Reddish destroying county property on Temple Ave from' the City before taking -
County Judge T. A. Yawn I B. F. Mizell ,
and Deputy Sheriff Dolph a warrant signed by Deputy Jr president order
A s1x-man-petlt Jury found' Reddish filed last July 26 by Reddish after the interior of reported total assets of $3.- "If you are approachedby I
Read guilty of voluntary Intoxication Orange Park Attorney Ralph 088.393.57 as of Dec. 3.1. such
'I the deputy's car was damagedas 19611 any person ask to
disorderly. conduct, Thomas with Read named as compared to his .
aa a result of a ruckus on the $2,118,634.24// see permit before listening 1968 BARRACUDA
and damaging county proper Plaintiff, was dismissed December way to jail. at the close of to his sales talk" Chief
ty last Sept. 18. Judge Yawn I 29 at Read's request.In The neighbor Savings accounts showed a Btjur warns. "If he doesn'thave
Rogan signed
Imposed the I
probation term issuing the order of dismissal warrants for' gain of more than half a million a permit then please
against Read
all three cases. The proba- Circuit Judge George dollars from $2,177,75426 notify the Police Department .
disturbing the and disorderly -
tion followed\ a presentence L. Patten ordered Read to I conduct.peace at the close of 1966, to $2- [phone 964-5400] awe o
investigation ordered by the pay all court costs. I 0' 760.254 on Dec. 31, 1967 can check up on his op *
County Court.A I 4 ..
In sentencing Read last In his annual report. Mizell eration.
fourth charge of resist Friday Judge Yawn withheld THE RIUHT POINT for the said that $20.717.66 was !plac- Now
ing arrest with violence was adjudication of guilt, but Imposed way you writ Com In and ed in reserves and surplus In Showing
, transferred to Circuit Court a series of conditions. elect your favorite. ESTER- 1967. "There were no losses of there ever been," Mlzell said *
by Judge Yawn last July 26. Including the stipulation that BROOK fountain pea. TELE- any kind to be charged Approximately $120.000 In .
but the Clerk of the! Circuit Read may not live permanent- GRAPH. against our reserves, nor has earnings was credited' for '
shareholders tsavers] In the AT
. association during 1967. representing .J
r ... the potential'

( Westinghouse and Slade Gas the totaling valent'to"1967 report association' was$100.000 an pointed a Industry good per out.year.month payroll for!, STARKE CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH

your and we feel
that.1963 will be another goodyear
based on present indica-

tions" Mizell said. ''' 0 ..
I Doyle Conner, A. J. Thoms :, -ro
f Join \ w N Hands Jr., and Mizell were reelected I '
I I. as directors for three
year terms during the annual
I'meeting. Holdover,directors I"
I are John A. Torode.,Ruby B.
I Johns. S.. Q. Denmark, E. L.

TO BRING YOU A GREAT DEAL J I Roberts.NOTICM Matthews. and Clarence A.

I' t ,sw Fax

TO I> .1FF."nIN
pjxiiunA: ,
I'lalntirr l ..;:;' January
I ADOPTION) ; r, y Drawing
A rorendnnt r.
; : '
To: Trumnn J. Hlnily. Oen nO I., SPORTS BARRACUDA
'1 QUICK AS A WINK I Dumfries, Virginia"
I .
You sire hereby notified I tha. a
,milt for Adoption. has been filednitalnnt
L 14 FOOT 7 DAY MEAT KEEPER ,you In the .abote named
Court: and nails and you nreriiilred
.. We Gave It Four New
KEEPS MEAT 7 FULL DAYS anauer| or tnrv pleading. a ropy to the of. complaint your- Engines
s NO FROST NO FREEZING V,1..: nil the I. PhIl intlrr's. Attorney
yy lion. deorira li. Pierce 20.1205 :\- GAL .
Temple' Avenue, Hmrka, Fin.nnd .
file the nrlgrlnul In the. office
Court of on the or Clerk before. of the the 19th"Circuit day .Just For Kicks!
tit February 1116R\ ; otherwise GAS :
the all"1I'8Uon." of said Com
Refrigerator SAVE $40 plaint will he taken aa ronfamiHtlbv .
' I rues This each notice week shall, for he four"publlnh conKeciitlve (.. and a very SPECIAL PRICE Drawing
I weeka In thu Bradford '
Conic. Telepininh.X 12 Noon

I NO .DOWN PAYMENT AND ONLY $1 LOOTER MONTH I I uur>)ated', CHARMX IHBM this 17th. A.dny 1>ARDY.Clirlt .of len, Sat..

Rv Hi'iiluh nf' Ihn M.Circuit Monily. I'aur4 3 00 ".& 3
-, nputy| Clerk,


$$80.00 VALUE FOR ONLY $39.95HURRY ':'GOODFOIl 229 'b


t Fins Freight j
Slade Gas

Make Your Do':1 .r Special Price Good 68 t
E $40 LIFE During January Only.:
Payment of $40 ;I Ir 'j, ," i.,

FREE M. ., I "", : I, ,.tit/','wf,.''<'
ot 1I '. \ : 110..

.:} I : ,, r, ..

WALL FURNACELays ,1 ,. SUIB Matt' Financing At Bank Rates .

; : ep,e
t ': .-8-

a blanket of heat at floor level! filters out dust "i s I I 'NsuaANel CRI) Low Down Payment _
; I.
I.. "0
\ I
Automatically. Completely Automatic-;Just Set A.. ..
Good., up-to-date life hw rmnc Will Trade Your Present Car
once a year. Beautiful Walnut Panelling-adds beau. protection.A goodchoicart pociea
designed lo lit!your/ needseaesactly
(Like! our Junior Family or
ty To Your Home. Executive Prolector plane.) And
It's Farm the.auto same Insurance good deal Three as Stale goott 50,000 Mile or 5-Year Warranty

reasons$to call your State ,Fan*

$$40.00 DOWN\ PAYMENT FREE! f ence The agent special that now.make Still training him another" an and outstand reason expert?:

So ing call professional him now.Insurance. )WMp '

PAY YOU $1125 .' OFFER' :i MERRITTWILLIAMS See The 68 BarracudaTODAY

LIMITED I 117 N. Walnut St.
ONLY i I Phone 964-S.19I!' :
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If You Ever Needed A Heater --- Now Is The II



Gilbert S. Brown

Standard OH Service Station,
Was $39.95 250fi OFF ATLASTIRES .
NOW ONLY NOW ONLY Budget Phone Termo 96170714O7 -Road Service U. S. 301 North [AUTHORIZED .-..-'u -*, Starke, Florida .

$29-00 EASY PAYMENTS AVAILABLE $$44.00 I N.HURST'S Tempi Start V.


SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES, I, CM Service- Oils -Station Lubrication The Plymouth Win-You-Over Beat Goes On

332 W. Madison St. Phone 964-7701 II Goodyear Tire & Battwrle.

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.3:45.: .. In,theajm.ory.: Konday.at i
Champion; Tree Grows Near LawteyIr L 5:30 lit'thdgyrtt' Wednesday'.at AIRE

; hp .. RECREATION JEws.jSentol' { l 3:45. in'tle armory and'Thuraday FLORIDAf .TH
s jr a A : : at'1B30'in'the'girnT'W '! ;-

Bradford County has, a > In' : e.il n'e Sde.t y"fiopener

,championship tree" with the K. I Ga.Y1tf.s" :Bsl t1": 1t Qt'netDoyle' Showtime- days.7:0o- Sunday 'Z':o---(
..dietlnciicHi' being listed in Boys League Underway ages 13'thrtn the 12th'gradeand Sv'Conner insurance'Sehedele '
the "Social\ Register of Big Th_ Senior Boys BasketballLeague are sponsored by the following -' : for the next 'week: Saturday ltQ.! '.

Trees," compiled by the AmerP ., got underway TntiM* : Qaylo'3 Beauty Salon; Thursday, Jan 28: Holiday Inn '
leaD Forestry Association. 1 !) 1' a day;night, Jan 18. with Hurst-:) Doyle'' Conner Insurance .Holi. vs..Wurfains: Jewelry' at 5(30( FRI., S.TT,-JAN. 26, 27
I In common parlance it Is tist,9 ila Shell Service meeting South day Inn, and.W1lliams Jewelry. In the gym; Thursday, Jan. -- Double Feature-Program-"'
known ern Discount in- the first gamewhile The: teams will be coachedby 29-3:4S-: : William Jewery"vsDoyl No?.! NO. 2rTJtiMtRCOHHlESmil" .
a but
as "swamp holly
'its technical name is Myrtle ,; the defending champs,. "Shlrlay Jobna, Ed Magee ? Conner in the armory; .
Baldwin, Chevrolet, met Ter- Randall Davis, and ne-Ray- 5:30: 'tf yFe'4i Beiuty': Salon'vaIiollday : '
.Dahoon, Belt MryWfolltfVftlt( ). :millICCGiT (j :
willegar Motors the .econdj'burn.Garnor. t "
H ,\Since no ottier tree of this : :..Tnn;; Weclnesday, Jan. .
game 'h I 3
.species I, has been reported to ; .The first game wat.real'eK- 'old will played-la, -the 31j) 'WiUiaws' Jewelry vsGayle. j MlIJlii/AM8QIiEE.. .
atmory and In the high '
the( "social register, !Bradtol"d' -
.A f 11. clt'.ngas,, Hurst Shell nipped school On at '.., 3:43: armory. r rI
gym. Monday
; la the
largest EVER F11. E"I
Southern. D 1 a c o u nt 43-4fj. !: r r
of iU.l;lnd,,tn the?nation, so Hurjtt-Shell: led every quarterbut j r I I P 1
I -
Jfar. la known.
,, 1Oou.ld'never stretch their r : COldEntJ.t; \
Fifty-six feet high, and with .f 1J. / .
top w lead,, more than three points, y ,
Pete, '
c Fancher led Hurst Shell
_% :with .16 points! with Mike Jackson ,301 DriveIitSHOW : < /:
4 r2.F r
and Edward '' .
'Loper! getting j' .
J 4 1 10 each.!! Leroy Olive, Southern:], .. 'IS\\1\l\f .
_ ]12-Wides. tigi ,4 Discount; led all scorers, hitting \\ \ ; .
g. I "points. BEGINS AT SUNDOWN -spriingrg
The 's can d game, which I U- +. MGM.praHnia".
s I
Custom Made ADMISSION: Adults V5c, Students 60c ARtV.

Far Florida Living r everyone, .saw-thought..Baldwin would Chevrolet be'close ... Children Under '12 Free nUBBINS. ) !
Get fore I Ii -. 24 orush.erw1Ue8'arr.Motors, : : 51- --- Frior-Sat..Sun.-JaJ'l..26",27, 28 / t\ =ap. r. "'
YOU II i close! The ftrst quarter score was -11GB .....R\t\WI\ \ s-- I 4*J -) Chad EVtltI: tt+i:
II I .8-5", but, Baldwin out Double-Feature Programgt&flll 'Vtmfr.i "
j No Salaried or Com- ,, e y a 1 ecored.Terwillegar 18-5 to takea ., 'rECHNlC00PE
misslonedJ Employees. I F ) 2410ha.lftl.De'\ lead and TECHNICSO' -
T: rwl'legajr.} >; never< threatened! a ; 'P'ISlOTJUSTA *

DAD &: BRAD LARSE.N .: again... -' : oi' STARS" s
.,don WA..rtfln the ,
LIKE TO WORK ;: was hotel ";
F ,L 4f .r11, r' 'a.. {r )oote>(;' for Ial ingen.lng"18" U/nMOYIE. : .:... RoBmr.pA RICK i apmvision'anaM.troooiot_ : "

YOU Benefit! ;Jlrr points-vrhJle}.; ; Roger' Kelly |tooTerwilleg'll.r"Wlth .: ..."i ,. C,71CBdj141arI .-"t.LEIFRISE: ="=.WILLZEN2ROBERTPArRICK 1-
r 8 points! -
,- -- Gr .Ar .Y.r4Iferj7ra '..ri. w .Q ""S he
AD Sizes an Display Terw'inegaj'-Motors'vs' Southern I _'.
reHt T Nelson Blockrr// stands tit-Hide Bradford "'
8-10-12 Wide jCnunty'M"Kinjf Discount;" 7:00'p.nf.' .; Hurst t --PLUs.-.l r : ] U: >ION., TUES.JAN,28, 29, 30
listed In the "Soc-liU
register" of big tree in the Shell Va >
lYi Baths Baldwin1' Oh_v.;;. 8:15:: > :
IT. 8. ,
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p.m. Who don't make '
and Expandable Women's' says they .
three inches, It Is growing known, of their respective species "General 'Sherman" is "" Meeting
somo There 'wl!{ 'bean
Westerns used-to?
1- albout three miles north ofLmvt'ey and are listed In the, 3,500 years old and contains tfonal' organlza- lily they _

New and Used8Yr. on land purchased by "social register" along with, 600,000 board feet of wood.. 30 meeting Tuesday, Jan. 1Lf'STM'fBCNptaRpS !
; 7:30: p.m. Jn the old armory (my I!
several 385 national
I yearsago some tree champions It would require 20 of
acres GENA
from Nelson B. Blocker, to organize_ a Women's.._ ._ Basket We just did 1 ROWtANDS.SIMON OAKUNl
crowned A,
financing.avalJab1e This during the past the 'best slash pine growth 1 iitj ball ESEgue.'t: '-" .( JtffREYUNHUMlBOCHtlEUaid 4
species, according to 25 years. Florida to equal the enormous a SUE LYON
33 Dana
AU''Women'ag& -19-and I IPEPPORIr
Use Our Rental-Pur the Blocker, Is sometimes called In Its campaign to hall the volume of wood in this one who are interested are urged up EHGE DEAD. Produced by Aaron Rosen erI
"myrtle leaf holly" and la *
chase Plan tragic disappearance of magnificent tree.The to atfend.liuntani Drecte! (>By Gordon![Douglas') '
-Payments found throughout the Southeast trees, the American hunt for new champion ,Sreenplay by Richard Great
Under $50 Per Month from the Carolinas to Forestry Association( is tryingto trees Is far from over, with League To Begin Play mn 'ln I 1 4 taM...-
Texas. The Bradford The 1968 Bantam Boys Basketball t k --K, _
County find the some 480 In the U.S. d
specimen la In good condition, of 865 largest species living native specimens to el'ill uncrowned.species ''League will get underway laJ[ ( ; f l9Dtff@] @fli) l 8 fEOOD OO@ ...rauasn.nlanawrsla.---......
with the exception of one dead the continental United States. The American Forestry Association \ r'!;
NfJW.1I limb Blocker [ 27, In the old armory. L 'I .':=, L
said. No estimate The Association defines the has a special nominating The first game will match ,A UNIVERSAL PIQTVRE; TECHNICOLOR iL.l l41
has been made of I Its age "bigness" of a tree ea the sun form which may be obtained 'Andrews
Drugs and
I Anyone wishing to see the of its height, the ctrcumfer-: by writing to the Flor Store Carp's .
Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE at 10:00: a.m., while ) j
tree may do so by following, once of the trunk 4 feet); ida Forest Service, Collins Koch's '
=- these directions: Go 3.3 miles from the... ground and one! Building, Tallahassee All you Drugs will. take on 1'
.Jewelry at 11:00: a.m.. .... IyID
north of Lawtey on U.S. Highway forth ""of Its crown spread.So need to nominate a big tree ''- I'I'Schedule "
Full Lake I :- Saturday,
Jan. 27
Privileges 1 301, to Tree Farm sign tar, Michigan ia the lending for the "social register" Is a : i

'*, Homestead ,ExemptFinancing ......; I on left (west side) of highway. state,, with 48 championI'' tape measure, a good eye; A Store Andrew's, 10:00.:Drugs a.m.vs; Koch's Carp's trMOOGTI i YOUR' t F-IHEftJlORtEYER.::
; Take graded road to west trees. But' California, ranking little bit of luck, and an ap- Drugs vs Gom Jewelry, 11:00:: I| / [; : .
through gate, and i of America's
go seven second with 43, boasts the tall,j predation mag- a.m.; Saturday, Feb 3: Gem .'
miles, turn right on unimproved est oldest and largest of the; nlficent forest heritage.

.. I Lake GenevaTrailer woods road, go 400 feet, champs. Jewelry 1Q:00\);: a.m.: vs--; Carp's Andrews Store Drugs vs, wn'iflV[] mm REVOLUTIONARY tJDELEcrlil

park car, and free Ij 150\ feet'to _The tallest" known tree In the GENERAL ASSEMBLY Koch'j Drugs, 11:00: a.m.." f fk
'I : 'SalesOa right in small cypress pond. world l 18 a 'l'cdwood in Hum- YOUTH SUNDAY Teen Dance
Including Bradford County's boldt County California which Sunday, Jan. 28, Is. General .. Thls( %w. ek', teen dance will
holly, Florida now has 20 "king stretches skyward to towering Assembly! Youth Sunday In
Route 100, a be held Friday Jan. 26 ,
One Mil BE! trees" with royal .status be- lel1.t'ur.1
helgh of 368 feet; the Presbyterian Church. The log. The laglc Circle '
Keymone'lIelrhta stowed upon them because 6f The biggest tree In the the InC 4,
worlda young people-of First
'Open Sun. &Evening The dance will be front 8 to
their size. They're the largest glftint Sequoia called the.1t'8 Presbyterian Church of,Starke 12 p.m. Admission, is $1.29 and 1 1I
l will bo in charge: of tl"enUre\ only students nt Rr-nrt/rt/ 1 L I
rnornlnpr worship service with 1 schbOls will t ba admitted.- --- '-I, Produces 1I I

the following ,participating-;; ]Rational Guard On-Top'' : that .
JlleJ.e.l Becky Jackson, Buddy Pater- Of Men's League /' typing
re'l. son. Susan Salazar, Mike Mc-, The National Guard took" the looks likePrinting

Rae Beth Mixon, Cindy Sink., lead in the Men' City ilaultet-
Mark Crawford. Pearle Wol- ket'ball' League Monday night I !,

fred Terry Yawn. Donna Jan. 22, by downing Starke ,
IloITaHw@P Greene, Linda Paterson, Janine Chrysler and ,Plymouth 33-23.I

Gay, Carrie Sanders Ran- The' difference In I'lteacorecame ? cry

.;) dy McQovern, and David Me- 'with the taller National

/' \ TABLE TYPEWRITE Rae, The public Is, invited to Guard backboards team John dominating Williams and the

the service .
; .' worship. Tom Paladin led the National

Guard with 8 points each followed

) closely 'by John Godwin
1 Clanvlflefl' -
f\a m the TELi.tlR.N'il' ;
with 7 points and. M
Wayne Mc-
r ... ... .._. bruin. resiiits.flociiia. Leod was high: for the losers

loya4ta with 10 point j
fioorlngNational': Guard

Thomas 2, Godwin 7, Williams

8, Strickland 4, Pulaclion 8,
Dowllng 4. Starke Chrysler Lsli

m OT 1*1 y to.o u f h Tilley 8,

y" Thomas; 4-.McLood 10, howell(
2, SllCOX 4.Jackson. .
: t 4 4 s k I Building Supply won
It does r
so much
e a a a a a a It's first..game of the season

but costs! so little a e a e + a a by topping, Boatdrain Baptist
rig 1 Church, 27, to 11. Tho win pPa
L iR eP a M M a r a M '' placed the Jackson BuildersreupplymvaBecondi.pU & ra+akea.wias .scat i. ka ? v. ,, r, I

'' i oe> tie 8rrr._ e,. vwNi r
11995'! :\'irithStarko
nrr a- Chrysler Plymouth .
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In' the early neasoit.ThU .- ..
t '
3 31znbbed..4 game started slow; as

,Boatdrain. led 2.0 after five -
,minutes had elapsod. Then '

,6] .Jackson's "paced t'shit -theibasketjand'"weut SMITH-CORONA9
?; '' : on 'to. victory.Ub .
r w
r" c'Jackson ..
paced' win
Ul1btrrolllb&r1pn'lie'! hers wllh10 points while"1 Pat EC 315:
Welch' led the loser. ,. with 4
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arid'A Scoring: Jacksona- Abridge .
5, flurnham' 4, Jackson 10.Dayi4 'Electric Typewriter
( : .l Invasion .
SVitfimanyimportantfeaturesof Royal GasparillaPirate. 2, Brown .4, Harper 2.
office typewriters 1 Bdatdraln-Putch 2, Welch 4, f .
TAMPA FEB. 6.17' ., .Griff 2, Williams 3. . --, ",...,
Full-size keyboard !Ps a Dal. fn'f $_ Schedule:" Monday:'Jan:' .'-29: The brand new Secretarial'*" 315 Is without writer. Designed and bunt to endure:andln

I 1 Pleasant, light Roya''touch'' t. ... ...to.e.ALL f TOg; 'starkrTmrysier-fr-Ply- question'the' finest' typewriter ever made. a variety t of colors l that enhance its dramatic

.. Wide writing line ;:i\. : Annual Florld.'a Attraction Ore.t..t! Church m<\uth.;--Boatdi'uUv 8:30: National, Baptist Guard Your secretary' will take new pride not only modern lines it represents the ultimate in ,

-- 1n the quality': 6l.trie.vyorK.lhe315 out, proficiency and appearance. I
L Roll 'n' Ready Paper Feed 7T. PLUS THESE SPECIAL EVENTS, .! VII 3ackson's 'Builders Supply, turns
I / a ShlneQ.R.m.-F.b. 6 Glrl Powder Puff buUn a personalized r;! machine that becomes It incorporates thousands engineering"-
Quick-Set margins e Senior Citizens Cey-F.b. 8 The Girls'Powcier Puff Baskel'oall truly hers. even toitsreflectionof-theaura
ctiangesandimprovementsoverErltditional i
; >" ; Miss Sunflavor' Beauty Contamt .
fll ;" Retractable -Feb. S League got underway '
'of-her own personal-perfume! ,
/ paper support e WYoU) Radio' "Atl-Star. Wfsineaday-afternoon, at the typewriter construction. w, ... t'I' '
t \. /fl'<. r 2-color ribbonGuaranteed Fab.Country 10: '6:30:: cpS m.'-:;"d olds, armory 'ThU league 1 101 I I
8 30 p m. Starring Red relay made up of four teams of girls This .new Smith-Corona Secretarial 315T"Seerthe'new 315 SCM today come In
i for 5 years and person Flatt..: and ScruggsIn _. creates a dimension of typing.performance. .jrvithjjour secretary, and let her show you the I

.S' EAR ,e Gjnparllla Pirate. Parade .. never before.belleved possible t of the
on a work
GUARANTEE. Royal Typewriter Company, Inc. Feb. 12-" .. BRASWELLATTENDS typequality she.-can produce with. it.
replacement at no charge, other than 'labor gjarrrto S .,Winter/ tlonei Sprints 'MIA)!! CONVENTIONC. } t \ --t *- --- ,.
and Feb' 7,10"11-14,17 ,
ping, or any-defective part (except rubber e Danny fleertor' Hurricane R,. Braswell,. Kentucky I J "
parts damaged by accident or misuse) within parts five ribbons'years, or of -.HallArlyer.Fark.9, 11., -...13.,14' Fried Chicken Corporation .. / Priced at $315 -- Little More than a Manual c -.: :

I purchase. No labor charge within (first BO days. Guarantee e Vbor f Gasparllle franchise holder} for.Starke.. r"' ,

i cover only the original purchaser. a F R Parada-lFab"C.A. Championship: Rodeo- attended .ll1e organization's See. 'It NOW"',Xfc The) :-' -::' !
.b.15. 16-17'
iI 1968' JudedT. Art ExhIbition national.convention.in) Miami -'. __-7'' ._
I Stop in. See it. Try it. Y ou7Z love the spirited -22nd Annual Florida Elactdoal Beach: last !;,Accompanied' : ') .....- -

j ;i 1 new Royaltte! a Newest Exposition Fashions In the) by Mrs. ,Braswell he was . ......., . .. .
Woman's World exhibit among more than-1.000fran4I,, ; ; ; ". .
I Florida's,, finest, beef and dairy obiaees-and.their,wives,oar tl4 BRADFORD: COUNTY : ; I

1 Also Full Line of Electric Portables cattle 2nd Aantour.Annual swine Show' International poultry end Sale-' cheating In the annual meet -. . .. ,. __... d ... "

Feb. 9Fabulous ing held "in the'Fountalnbleai4 .. .

I f C lents'at the Florida Hort.culturaFentre flowers.. and Hotel I : ; .
Kentucky Fried Chicken) 1$ .T.E.l GRA.PH' :

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH} .. The.how..nd Fuur.Farm.n, American hompotltidns Hibiscus and 4-H Show Club:: of the.fried world's, chicken largest with marketer, more I a ai !

PLUS Rides and Thrill on "0.1 than 1.600 retail outlets In all I
American Shows' M""ya .', _.. _
;a.nl S.. It ant: 50 states and several foreign) .
countries. .... __.. I

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Awards' Highlight iit'it; : i ir .RaTford .//nmate- .Dta.vlt-, Years 5 Teenagers Homeowners Fail :

l. -"' : ToReturn'. Forms
Are Arrested
!' :r : : : -- .. --.... ; For Tax Exemption -... ::i

"Throe' five-year prison termsto can and his assistant?, Ma, -l:1ud: but effctive' weapon. ...
In 2 ; '
Chambe nquet.The ... ;_ run currently were handed l lRaffofd I I Flitch presented evidence thi, ,\<'ulk said he lured the vlcrtimT ",."Fights About' 1.500-nea'rly one-
Prison Inmate Wayne rFuIJt attacked AIRn-Mitbn: : laut :chunrtdJtfB celt'1tDcI'IIta'bb-' half of Bradford County'shomeowners ,

Fulk who wan, found {futk'y Oct. 2, in,.tha, '5' WingTof the ed Mm. Five 'Bradford High School who received -

presentation of four,-sented gold keys to the, Citll; 1 Wednesday ststrMng a fel- new East Unit at the prison, Defender Green then moved "students.!, have been arrestedon homestead 'exemption last year:' "..

pjclal servje*** .award was ,to,Stephen.C",p'ConneH,. PlJ'es Ii- Icw Inmate with a knife fur- Public Defender A. Green foe directed: verdict, claim. aggravated! assault charges have not returned their application -

lie hlchllglit: of the annual ident of the University of f.'shed/ by, the victim. nerved! as*defense attorney: for ing the stal'e? .had failed to resulting from t -.Ights. this for renewal for 1983, according ..-

:Chamber of< Commerce ban- Florida, who was,,, featured. .., u Testimony In the two-day Fulk. prove! its case, but the motion week. to Tax Assessor Gene ",

luetTwhlcta \Idvgfty a. capacity speaker at ,the banquat;* and .. trial in Circuit Court here revealed AlbHttftn testified Tuesday was denied by Judge Mur-' Two Juveniles ages. IS and Long's office.

crowd..01.> BOO members, and DC. Joseph.)*Foudyce, *president a ")_ -f- that, following a quarrel he had been used in 'S' Wing phree.: 16. were arrested Monday. Deadline to return the applications '

quests!,to the Starke Golf.and of Santa Fe Junior, College..".* between the two Inmates as a "runner" or Inmate as- Testimony continued all day night. Jan. 22.: after- a ,fight for renewal is April 1. "

Country"Club... last Thursday'' Retiring """ pIeaid: n Hf H."Everett .' last fall William Henry Albrltton slgooa::: to carrying traya ..tothe Wednesday when Green called at the Starke Recreation Cer The applications were mailed a"

night: who seryedl!! as masterof T gave a knife to Fulk. Tlnnratea' in the wing. He five witnesses for the defense. ter'Thetwo, attacked another by Long's office January 1. -

The four recipients were: ceremonies. narrated 'a with the challenge., said the had been stabbed on The jury deliberated about 15- ear-old within i knife. according Homeowners are urged to return ......

Isabella. .Fernandez Simpson report oh ::Jpfll chamber, "You'd better use this on Oct. 2 'ibut denied knowing the 1. 12.hours' Wednesday. afternoon to: the Starke-Police the applications as soon --

Bradford High School activities projected 'by color me if ,you ever get out of, identity ot the attacker. before returning guilty Department.. as possible to avoid a last minuv'e -

faculty member:'Oood Citizenship -I slides. was g Iven-_a framed that cell." Questioned by Duncan, the verdicts on all threa charge; Fouiff! teenagers( Tommy rush. in March, Long said ...o.ioner. .

/ward-'Mrs./ ; V.. J. "certificates: recognition. of Circuit Judge John A. W. Inmate admired he was reluctant In other action. Coo: Court: Newman 17; Tommy Wynn.

[tPatl 6 eJ\glerClvle] 'Organization his .service :Gifts were also Winner* of; 196T top Chamber of Commerce awards (from Murphiee sentenced Fulk to to, identify; his assailant -Continued the scheduled 19. and. Ev.rett"Hend1ey, IT. of Bradford County .....

Service Award; Mrs. given to Mrs. Everett 8.n
Pauline >Tanner, Humanitarian Mrs. Did;j Coats, '\whose! Johu ,Simpson, who received award for hid charges-assault by a state nation. with assault by a, state. In the Monday fracas bide morning at of Hi.00 February: a. m,7 1.on 1089.!)the In ..
Award; and Mrs. Loyree 'husband served) as: president prisoner aggravated assault Piiaon. Investigation Officer prisoner, 'because of the Illness were;'arrested by. Starke Police toe courtroom In the courthoiine .
COCo.D11ae-Communlty Service 0f the. chamber. ;,during1987 u-4Ls, Mfi* Jifttbolle Simimon. and 'possession of a weapon ""by Donald Carter testified he tooka of< one of the' witnesses. i and the Bradford: Sheriffs, for the following Vehlulo J''

Award. I l.until his resignation upon a ,...'.,t. prisoner Fulk had walyer 'statement from' the -Accepted a.not guilty: plea I Department Tuesday after a Safety 1. Brake'Innportlcvn Teeter. euutpmentl

The presentations were I moving from .tho, city last fall.oj, been. sentenced In 1963 to five. Defendant as, well as' a confession from Henry Lee Robinson, an ichfe, with several- Lake City 8. Front Bind Lift -

made<: by Georga W. Roberts I I Tells:O ,Needs years; for.larcency of an automobile of: the crime. Inmate charged with'prejury, boys outside the, BUS gym 3. HeadLight Tester ,.

a member of the Chamber olconimercThoar .nsethJ..reiteved! !?, .. In Calhoun County. lnliie? confession-; Fulk said and appointed 'Green' to: serve after' the basketball'game. 4. Ball joint Checker may be obtained .
i 'of dttectois: by occasional touches of humor Testimony disclosed: that .he became incensed at. Al-' ,as""defense counsel.! One.; Lake City student from Clerk,' Bradford County -

Mrs. Simpson was praised President TTConnell, said\ ,. 'Fulk apparently lured AlbilU ibrltten! < \ ton close to ,his cell and stab- red in hit- cell. Albrltton. he Alyce F. Graham, Arthur G. .d"w.lth. board and 0.D..wo&!.B. Starke..Florida
for unselfishly giving her time that If the financial!! I ,needs and efforts beyond her class the University ofFlorida* and c1 bled hlm'ln the. back with a I'sldd\, gav6 him a steel band Lo don Jr., Denver Deverlck another 'saidseveral boys toT Kejoot.Any and or all l Bldx. ,

room duties, to help the Individual other sUO. ., -universities arid : ? crude, knife from"' a radio head set which Herbert E. Norman, HenryrBHlnson knocked<< him down' and kicked SEAL Charles. A. DarbY Cleric -

student to achieve his I colleges :,are 'not met* soon State Attorney T. E. Dun- inmates have:. used to make and Raymond Bryan. htm., 1/11 2t; 1-33: -

greatest potential damage wilUba. done!to trie City Patrolman Bill Chambers In The Court Of The Count -

Mrs. Spengler was cited for system that can never: be r4palredL -. signed warrants againstall i' Judge Bradford County, Florida/ \ .
her outstanding record of ._ 1 I duced in most eases. [cation, sentenced to a fine of List were: Terry L.. Kin y' and five boys, one of whom In Projit*.
five in Jail. I Kinssbury both of Incident's. In Re: Estate of
work with local ,Girl Scout He said, "We in Floridla: I, Conifers are the exception 27.50 or days : Nancy was involved In. 'both CorUary Uaker Ifolberffer.

Troops; as a member of, the have never ,faced up to the they need not be pruned. Jedftle McCloud, reckless Keystone Heights ., Deceaiod.\ .
The bare-rooted driving forfeited bond of $37.- To: All creditors and p r o.ahaving
Girl plants are Three of the *oys were
directors of the Oateway issue at, whether or not we '* DEEDS claims ir demand
Scout Council; a.nd'l4 ,chairman .want excellence in our universities hardest to make'live when "80. SANTA FE ROAD placed In the Bradford County against said eeta'ei
Alice! Mae Bird petty I BEING READIED. his and each rf are hereby -
of numerous charity and. shifted to a new location.. Jail., but Newman paid You you
"declared that the I' notified and required to present -
fund drives. state does' not have a single Balled and ,burlapped plants theft placed on probation for I The Lake City district, office bond of $1,009 and was re any clai,na and ,deraandv .
her awardon usually suffer very little 1 in- 30-days- leased. Wynn Hendley, anda which, ypu or either of you' may
Mrs. Tanner won Institution of higher learning of the State ROadDq- have sgainst the estate of COHI -
the basis of work done that can be classified as excellent the transplanting Pl'OCe6lf.and Claude Chambers, driving partment Is now preparing third Juvenile are being held >AKY BAJCl-Jll;; HB1BBROEB.
while chairman. of the Junlol'Woman's He .uztred"hls'Usteners, It is almost. Impossible to ;have. while drinking, sentenced toa deeds on rlahtofway'neededfor Arrangements is scheduledfor Deceased. tete-ot-Mtld County Bradford trjlit '
Club dental clinic to to let state officials and leg-i .. .t '" anything.but a green thumbIf fine of $27.50. hardsurfacing several 10 a. m. Thursday *,nWr.tlJort: '.s.atof his, office,
Retiring CO preiddent II. II. Everett<< aid Indigent' children..needing.emergency'1 fslaters know that they want you transplant a shrub miles of road at Santa Fe The youth Involved. In the ln Starke. Florida, within nix
license forfeited at
O'Connell '
President without
<< a
Stephen << congratulate Incoming: driving ,
a"pot '
care, and her work these 'shortcomings corrected .from or a can., fight at the- Re'reatlolCen. calendar months from the time' !
Wayne Whlrfrn<< (right. of the of 'bonds of $90. Lake.Writing his firm publication of this .
Regardless type' been released to of the 1
with children ot two cottagesat .by.adequate flnanclngat the unlawful I the deeds will require ter has notlo Each claim or """"
SunTand' Training Center root ,system you plant, be sure George Treynor, after tiarents. "writing and shaltstptil
forthcoming "special l "session.\ from 30 to 60 days hall h. In
: bond of $37- .
forfeited and
speed renldunce
,Mi'$. ,Oocomlsc-was cited for President O'Connell said*the Federal funds, in 1966,. and tlon were given by Father Ed- to settle these underground .50. which the SRI will ob. pout office the place add, ,e., of the claimby

"many hours at. labor time. 'last- Legislature' passed an appropriations only 54 per cent of its revenue WJU.ti A T
money.,' and ,other gifts" In bill "that 'we from State sources.. the group in singing ROOd supply; of water with a deadly weapon sentenced any parcels that have to be that, a procKeillnir! for dlyoro* the tornoy.claimant and any such claim or '

support,.of local organizations couldi live wlth..though not The speaker was introduced Bless America" at the close of The planting schedule also to a fine of $02.150 or condemnedIt liii.' nhl't bet.n, tor biwiKlit, li'nt, toni In the"mmtJV. demand not .o. filed ?haiLbe', .

and'agencies; as a leader: and as much requested but by Guy Andrews: a member of the program. Judy MoRa Includes roses When plantedIn 10 days in jail. is possible that work will I Klmlrtu" ,' mcali .t you. You are void./B/; Park 1W. Cai-michaeli'arks
president. of the Bradford the Budget Commission directed the Alaohua-Bradford Advisory Brown sang a. group of popular January rose bushes will Emma Newsome. disturbingthe start on the Santa Fe pro- li..rel'v retiulrwd; Ctnult to rile, ("With"m'o' : 51. CarmIchael.Cum Te.tam..utoI As Administrator -
until of tie
Cbuhty Hospital Auxiliary: the University not to Committee for Santa. Fe numbers during the din- not sprout ,generally, peace, fined $27.50. jects this summer, a spokes- the your, Clark aneweu. or other pleudlnmIn Annexo 01 the Botote. of COB.- '
and for the fact that she will spend three per cent of this Junior College. ner, and. guests were introduced after!: frost dangers are past; Juanita Chandler disturbingthe man for the SRD said yesterday NeW pr..edlnlr. and to H.rve. VARY BAKIIt HEJBEROFR.deceaaed. .
William K.Harwell ,
become the first.woman.(president amount In the current fiscal At the close of the program by P. J. Novak executivevice Planted. earllerv.rose sprouts peace fined $27.50. copy of. sums Attorney' upon for, I'lalntltf I 1/4.4tP 125F.CT1T.OUS

of the StarkeBradfordCounty year, and a cut of' five per President 'Everett, Introducedthe president of the cham.be may low get nipped during periodsof I 1M;; Nurth.Ialn. Street ..1al.& .n e.. :. '_ _
Chamber of Commerce incoming president Dr. Roses used In decoratingwere temperatures. vlllc, Florid on or uuore WAMH'
cent .
next This has >88.I
year. crea- lt
W : ,j\pwJv\ planted'roscs DATA PROCESSING HOPE BAPTIST cnuncDlll&'bwaF 'lllth\ Z. day of Felnuary. )Is hereby given that
ln-1989.: Wayne WhMferv wbo..outl1ned and given for theoccasion Is'faUltwill
ted a deficit of $2!%, million grown START I UM-lii" full ,lOt t.. or n. underpinned denlrlnato en-
at least week If rain- TO
-Other' awaids! made during In. the current year andwill' some of the chamber objec-. by Mrs. Cocomis. once per CLASSES [ 104 at ThereiM.Sunday !><' .-nt r..d a (aln.t and you coal. 'tlm goes in business under the flo'-
short and be ready to MV, HAND
fall.is WITNK1M'
the evening IncludedA : result in a $41 1 million deficit tives-for ,the new year. and rwe(9. arranged by Mrs. .srJ'fty.", or
'citation* by Mayor'carlHurst ] in the next fiscal year unless The invocation and benedic-, Nancy,Roberts. sot Isease as soon as the Processing [IBM! will start at Morning Worship I a. m County.A.Florida D. .1\188.\ this ZJ day 820 8. Walnut Street ;.
t).,Mrs..Ruby B. Johns, remedied he declared. 1 pushes, sprout 7 p.m. Thursday Feb. 1, In the Training Union-6:30: p. m. "' Cl lt iu. S A. |.A ROt? Storks Florida said name Intend with to reK-the
recently,retired., CouneUwoman. llance is the sponsoring group USO building on U. S. 301 Olprlc of )HIP ('I l 'mi'' 'ourt icier Court ol
The speaker salji: these cutsmea.n Community To control this fungus disease Evening Worship 7:13: M. Moody n.rk of the Circuit '
for distinguished service to that new positions, that .and invites members choirs 'that shows up as black North. It is being offered for ,BY 15 4t 2-15 Bradford County and Quincy Florida. Be'l Jo"7<>
the Choral Group of all -local churchesbig the benefit of persons who p.m.Wednesday II. Smith
City had been authorized, could lesions on. rose leaf'margins, Nlgnt ?ayer !8mlth'
piesentatlon State' school students. others to enter some phase of rlrtilt ('.....r. O. TfceKlchtll 1111 4tp84.!!.
-The to not be filled at the University; Being FormedResidents or any. try one ounce .Captan along plan Services 7:30: p. m. Rev In The). IrruH ot .
Representative Gene Shaw of summer enrollment" will htve interested in singing. The .first 'wlht a few'\ ; drops 'f'a wetting data processing work. Applicants Merle Packham. pastor Fledia .la.,(And '.'or.. Mr.aforU VI' Tu1sIIU''lY- .
membershIp. on cent project will be the preparation may contact M. A. Paynein ..... ... coinTIV :
an honorary to be reduced by 50 per ; of Bradford rent.< In. four'gallons of water C.. j i OCR'S
the chamber Board of Gov enrollment may not.,be able to County who are Interested in of muslo for the community Arply the spray at seven- the U3O: building or the (...lo'I'tANCIS...' :%e. R. FALODUT..PI" AM FOILIIRAItPOHIl COtNTY. i"L.i'

ernors. ba: Increased next fall; cuts in singIng'In a community group Easter service. day Intervals when black spotIs Vocational Center off tee. 1.'Iff.. v. .JOSEPH: FAL- In ro- Estate of '
-Awards for outstanding faculty and salaries may haveto are invited to be present for Reh?a"sl.l: time is 3 p. m and piesent. A course in Defensive DrivIng O'I'IlO.] GOUT, Defendant NONN'IH I.. PULLUM.kII."N. -

service during the pMt-"yearto be made: no new educational the first rehearsal on Sunday.'.will. be limited: <\,.'to one* .hour' ".1: or If ypu want l gfndloli. for will begin at 7 pm. Thursday Nutlue. blilH In will hereby I I h H rf given i I'lvfil'tlnitMonluil In TO NOTICE: josiii-ii::!!! OsPLIDT.TC'AVLON\ t"ALOOUT L.No'rlt'.1 PULLUo in riiBiiironsAll

two chamber vice presi- programs can be started Jan. 28, in the Fellowship Hall i less. Eister!:' Mother's Day. plant I. Feb. I, at the Vocational the Oltlia" of UilKtneM, MamiKcrFlurlila Atldr'iss Anti, Ileaidenie Un. credltbr or the estate-.-ft
Federal Center, covering' such, essentIals State: I'rlmm, up tn HIK. Nonnis-L.' Pullum, akaN.. L,
and matching Baptist Church of knQwn.Yuu
and of the First January.
dents: B. F. Mlzell. Jr., ; Pawn.by..thelast: :: driver's not latur than 10:00: A. M., February ( Are Kvreby Notified that PullMtn, deceased are hereby'notifIed l
Charles F Sawyer. Funds cannot be met. The invitation Includes all of I Plant groups of corms. every as safe driving 20, 11)418.) for ui>!'i'oxiiiiiit, an, actipn .for- divorce hue been, and required to file
the He sali!' the University re- the teen ages and up. two week from now untilWlu'm license program financial responsibility ly 47,0''>0 Ibu ClIppliiKi; I mixed I filed, against. you and you are "' ny, eialma' or demand which
Mayor Hurst who gave 'I : ,I .\ Let's GoGardening and court'JYS- from Garment Faitniy, Cutting* required, to nerve.a, copy of your ,'th"V may have aga.ln. oald
address of welcome\:, also,pre ceived over $35 million in The: Starke Ministerial Alft / weather and wou'Ilspread tems. Kcium. Clippings offyri'd where written t"n."M' If any,'to It estate In the office of tn> bcuntT -
your flowering seasonof und ax IH HU1MI3CT' TO YOUR OIL; EUKi-He 11'. Hhawr! Attorney : Judire, of Bradford County.
the tall-stemmed blossoms. INKPUOTION PRIOR Iff ID-, fur 'Plaintiff whose address Is Florida I la the courthouse at
ON DEAN'S LIST 1>IN<>. lllUa to l be co form ..e'urud 12: South Walnut. Street. Stnrke, Florida' within six oulendar -
Be"sul'e to treat the'corms before j from JiUHlnoHif AlanHjrec. Stark. Floridaand flu< the I month from the date: o[
planting to prevent dis AT SJRJC Florida !State! Prlnon, P. 0 Box original with the Clerk of the tlnt'flrnt publication of this no-
221 Kalfoicl, above Htylqd Court on or before tloe. Each claim' or demand
,: eases. Treat corms by shaking The following students were Florida.1J5-2t 3-1 February. 10, 150!, othorwlim, a muat be In writing and must
By Rnrvey Sharpe Editor" them In a paper bag containIng the Dean's List at St. Juditrmnt/ roilY lie enteredgaivNt tate the place or reeldem.
on '."IIoJ: iv yoli t<*r the end. pot office
FloridaAgricultural JEx-: Spergon. Johns River Junior College for OP KIOIIII>)>'\ IIKJIiril munilod In the Complaint. claimant, and must bo sworn
I iixloD, Service the fall'trimester: Jl lll<:IAI._ CIIIVVI'L'; IVIV WlTSnsHrmy: )' hand anil th- to br! the claimant hid agent,
't Sinatra .'M' > fUttIIKtDOIill .seal ol laid Court on Jan 12. or his attorney, or It will bu-
Some folks who don't like r :, t .*, Starke: Harley H. Thomas. >> COUNTY. 1944.!' ,com vbld ,according to law.'
('IVII. Al"I'ION' SEAL, January 15 1055.'AARON .
I miniskirts say that pedal- As 'Tonv Rome'Set .Barbara S. Johnson William JIAIU01UK C. L.UYKNE Chaile, A.* Darby H. HOttJlfAaron
pushers are garments that can D. Thompson. IMantlff. An lent Of Maid Court II.- Holley
At' Florida BarbaraA V8 Firm publications. : Janu..ry18.. Drat publlcatloir. on January:
bring out natural. Heights:
beauty. So Keystone
Case No. ItO IM to th.. 191111. take this tip and begin push- Frank -Sinatra' .. is "Tony Bryan. Mary F. Buffington FRANCIS I.KVENB 1/1 4t S.I THOMAS- PrEJRCm
n..rendant. '2(1Q.( OG North Temple Avenue
ing for azalea If. T. Lovorn. William
petals yoU Rome," title character of the, Richard The State Of Florida To: C .... Pea nine sr.rke, Florida- ,
want to adorn your garden 20th Cenfury-Fox release .M_Wolfe. [part time] FRANCIS LEVE.NBaddiuNM The lloard. of County Commls- 1-18 ,. 41 I-S

with natural beauty.; which plays Sunday. Monday Included on the President's unknown ,

The cold weather (last week and Tuesday, Jan.1 28-30 at -

may have cut short the supplyof the Florida Theatre.Co.starring .

: .. petals. Therefore plan now with Sinatra are .. .. ,-
AMI. M-J ,: ... .. to
display the
petals that did .1111 St. John1.: Richard Conte

survive by preventing azalea (Ona, Rowlands, Simon Oak- IT'S EASY TO WRITE

4 / Make your-own\ \ rain-! _. ... .Xlowei:.spot. This beautykilling lan/l, Jefrery 'Lynn, Lloyd. '
fungus can reduce a mag- and Sue
'i/ ; Bochner Lyon. q '
I niflcient display of blossoms Filmed In Pan a vision and RESULT-PRODUCING WANT ADS ;, :. '

v-;: r":"' Irrigation ia not an expensa. It'1'an into a .slimy. mush almost DeLuxe Color entirely on locations .0-:, -;. _! ., '

}i investment in increased profits. ,Assures overnight.The first, sign of the diseaseis Greater I lIn Miami Florida's, 'used thorbnghlyVlth own- ""

!i % iF' 'higher-level!, higher-quality yields; A real small wBter-soaked'spots on filming taking :r.: : 'Follow these simile' rules to make your Want Ads bring better results.: /; ..

the flower petals says Dr. R. plare in 65 locations in the ,
crop saver during. dry spells.! { S. Mullin. pathloeroist, with city.Tough : t.Remember: a good Want Ad.is nothing more salesmanship. in print. .. .

The key to thrifty i is the Agricultural Extension cynical but totally Ad in the friendly"style you use when teuIn/
irrigation elec- Want same ,
an .' Service. Then, a day later, dedicated to hla work Sinat ..' '.. Write, % your. : I.

tric-powered pump that goes to work ti the blossoms collapse into a ra's "Tony Rome" is a -thoroughly -.. friend and neighbors! ,about-what you.have to offer. ,,, .
mass, of slime,, up-to-date version :of ,"

the flick of a switch; Always safe economical You ca.n' prevent the fungus the unforgettable characters : Don't be PeWJ e and Pound-, -

'and efficient:Turns wnt r otf and toffautomatically. from ravaging your blossoms created by 'Humphrey Bogartin i '. ,. Don't. Abbreviate, :- Foolish .-

with a spray program of thl the Forties. Rome-a Surveys and studies prove that most ,-
.Saves on maintenance.Givesveara&eryear ram or zineb Begin the spray votee of slow horses and de-I Want Ad readers do not like or under.JtmakeB. | good,common sense to elimfnate" -

-, of denendabLe 8 .... applications; when the eaclysWtiijs .women' -always knows wh stand abbreviations. Make it easy for unneeded words from your Want, ''J"

... i iit .. 0 I begin th. w olQr.. the: .a tlon is and usually !?urns, people to respond to your ad Ad, but make sure you,don't mm the;' .
) : ..... Repeat the. spray three times up when trouble I. about!| ,to I don't keep them guessing: with abbreviations. Ad .
"' '.. ... v . exJlo See -a.hweek_during color.season.: ? : ,.. .
:- ;your equipmeni'deaier J If you a're' thinking about A top rugnc western arr4coustry ) a'' lag it incomplete. Remember'! you're nobplacing ; I

_- buying some camellias' now 1 lathe music show are on I' Shoes: a Want Ad to save money ". .
Put Yourself In the Prospect
Friday and Saturday's bill, ad to results .
time to select the varieties you're inserting your get
you wanta whUe-1 they,are m Jan26! and 27, at the Florida.'I I Give full Information and all the deand make money. Making you,j.,ad too I

bloom To see the flowers at Glen Ford Angle Dickinson, tails about what you have to offer. short may save a few! pennies that lose '.-. __
their Sunday-best visit a camellia and Chad Everett star in "The!. I Describe your offering in. benefit terms you dollars in results. j
_. ,
.ail Challenge filmed in'anavlslon "
TII1ar [ .' show and make a list of: and Metrocolor (on I tell prospects why your offer And It l. Easy To Order Your pAd-.. '.. 'Z 1:; tsatlalea
th: .n11et s that strike your locations in Arizona. their needs:Give sizes.: dlmeivIons __.

.. i fancy.:jThert It, will be Teasler ,"Read' to Nashville" capacity condition, advantages. Trained competent Want Ad-Visor will (.
to make up your mIndon Second feature Friday and 'I And don't forget, price! Want,, Ads help you word your ad for bast'pos.

_- what to buy when' you- visit'. ,urday, / has., 2Q couotty without price are 150%' leu"eftectlve sible results. AH you do Is pickup'yourtelephone "-'. :1_'
th8"TlurSery.- and they to the rest.;
stars .and;I.3&: country music I than ads with ,price. ,
.. If you'are not an MD anxi hits.MAYOR'S. f
can't transplant hearts, then '

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ornamentals ,
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before they choke each other '
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c Here are a few pointers ,
about: transplanting to 'remember In Starke Mayor's Court Tuesday TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED I ADS, -
.. ..,.' 11._ night, Jan. 23. with Maypr .
'\. ''i There is a definite I -. '", 't, '
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relationship>> between trans- presiding. G.TRES.'IJ..S I' _

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JV Cagers Top Tigers i Unbeaten: Lake City Bests Tornadoes 66-51 .

In 4th Straight WinWinning
Lake City's Columbia HlgfTTigers Ings, In one of those games I

made It clear Tuesday l: the Tigers demolished,' BHS.
their I fourth 13 points, In the Tornadoea night that they're the team to 97-55. <

straight game with a 48-43 44-40 win over St. Augustineon beat in the Florida Star Con- Scooter Houston, the f"e4's! I Big Red Takes Raiders 57-41

win over powerful Lake City Jan. 14. ference basketball race. leading scorer [f26diy'wile'held

Tuesday night Bradford High's But the biggest! win, of the The undeafeated Tigers to only 15 points.

junior varsity cagers improved Benson for the Baby Tornadoes f 10-01 relied on the deadly accuracy Good defense could! do little
their record to a 6-5 mark. has to be the one over of Brooks Etherldge to prevent the hot 'shooting: \ 1 With Tight Defensive Play

>Sophomore Mark Crall don Lake City which gave thema and Johnathon .Burgess ,to pin | Burgess who hit tot .o;six M -

has been the big gun for the winning record for the first? a 66-51 loss "on'the Bradford| straight buckets from, .19-20 Bradford's could be great and Richard :Williams. OPkj S 9 ill 13 41

Baby Tornadoes with outputsof time this season. The frame High Tornarpes at the BHS feet out, to help' the Tigers/! basketball team put on a tight The rematch with Orange BHS -. McLeod 10-4 -24",
13, U, and 21 points In the was tied 12-12 at the end I outscore BHS 38-29 In defensive performance to ease Park in set Feb. 3. Chandler 6-5-17, Jackson. 2.1-
last? three He scored gym.Burgess )w'1
games. of the first' period. *got 15 of his game second half.Tornado past Orange Park 67-41. Friday Chandler, with a 13.7 aver 5, Mercer 01-1, Brown 4-0-8,
'basket in the last I I
here The Tornadoes took a four leading: 18 points 4n the second scoring wa*> well night In the local gym. age is: the second leading Tor- Williams 1-0-2, McKnight 0-0-
and he
eight last'seconds Friday In. thrilling put point '26-22 haltilme; lead but half .white Etheridge got balanced, with four P14 'ers Paul McLeod bucketed 24 nado point< maker. Big Jack- 10; totals 23-11-07.

83-32 edging out Orange a Park were two points down, 30-32, 13 of his runnerup 15 pointsIn hitting in double figures Paul point. and Harold Chandler 17 son Is at 0.1 and needs a good O. Pk. Attaway 2-2-9,
"when they Buffered a cold four the same half with"" fo lead Coach Warney Adkln- two,
the Tornadoes ahead in the McLeod led the locals 14. night or to put himself In Braden 1-0-2. Warner 3-2-8,
last two minutes against Lake point third period. But In the BHS made a game of It In Harold Chandler hit for 11, son's cagers to their third double figu,'es. Lauderdale 2-2-6, Brokas 1-3-

City with a three point scoring. final period Coach Mike Sex. the first two quarters, how- and Bruce Jackson and Adrian straight win and a 9-4. season Matlstlrft; I 5. Prevatt 1-3-5, Barlow 3-3-9;
Besides his 21 point's ton's five put on, an 18 point( ever, and actually held an 13- Brown followed with 10 each. mark The Tornadoes out BHS 12:! 12 16 17 87 totals 131541.
play.' also scoring: spree to take the win. 16 lead midway through the The loss leaves Bradford I scored the Raiders tn every
against Lake City Graudon -
The game wau tied with two second period. I quarter by at least three
: hauled 12 rebounds and assisted I with a 9-5 season record. '
minutes to go and the lead Harold Chandler and BruceJackson points, but looked their best THE RIGHT POINT for the TERBROOK fountain pea
14 12 11-511
on six others. I !hands several timesin BHS 8 way you write. Come In
changed In the first five mlnufea of the TELEGRAPH .
shared honors both scored seven Lake 12 16 17 21-68!
Graudon scoring City
the final 120 seconds. But game and In the final period and select :your favorite ES-
with Tom Marks, each had points to lead Bradford froma BII FG FT T
the three point play by Grau 12-8 deficit early In Jhe MoLeod 5 4 14 when Orange Park began. to '
who scored a basket,
don, harder.
"I was fouled and then made the game. Chandler 5 1 111 I press McLeod had 14 rebounds and
The score was tied 22-22 Jackson 3 4 10 NOWNATIONWIDE
the Tornadoes
free throw, gave I, Chandler 12 as the pair also
needd. with only 1:30: remaining 1m i II Brown 5 0 10 I
the edge"they led the Tornadones In that de-
I the half when quick baskets, Williams 3 0 61
Squeakers are no novelty to pat tment. BHS'pulled\ down
by Burgess Scooter Houston Totals 21 9
the Baby Tornadoes this year, 44 rebounds to dominate the
and Forrester Long gave the Lake City FG FT TI I I
however. They have played boards both
I Lake City five a 28-22 lead. Burgess 8 2 18 I
said his
four games In which a single Coach Adkln-mnr
BHS defensive play was excellent Etheridge 7 1 15
'point decided the winner. The cagers looked their best In the Guarantees Renewalon
throughout most of the Houston 6 3 15 Lit '
Tornadoes had previously lost : first five minutes the game'
to Fernandlna Beach and Lake I game particularly in view Cole 5 0 10 when they moved the\ ball bet'
of the fact that Lake City had Purdy 1:1: 4 an.y'olher .
City by a point and won over ter than time."They'd
averaged over 85 points a Totals 28 10 66 ', it three four
and Orange or
St. Augustine pass Car Home Health and
I In Its nine previous out- ,
Ask Park by the same slim margin. game dw flmeg zip zip, zip, then ,
put It though the hole," the

'" Myrick !had 10 points against r I ,' coach said. Life Insurance
Charley Lake City TueHday, Tommy ..-- .. 1'I\ : The Tornadoes Jumped off

Talley 8, Freddie Graudon 6, } I Ic. ". : : to a 12-8 first period lead In
E. Tim Murphy' 2, and Tom the possession type contest
Marks 1. Mark Graudon Is described .. Inrnndo front man Humid Chandler get off a jumper and which saw both teams hold the ;! Across The BoardFor
ns.hns I by (Coach Sexton as a :;;, lit fouled .la the process tut Bradford High' cage learn rack. 'ball, trying to work for the

1 "fine ball player who Is really o. up !tit ninth will of the season Chandler .has 17 pointand sure basket. I I !
coming along." Murphy, Coach :; ) f 12 retmTmd.. II Adding three podnfs to their ;, many years Nationwide has provided guaranteed -

About this question: Sexton says, is a "real good > lead in the second half the I renewal on Life and Health insurance. Now
|I floorman /who can really pick Y 3vN ) I Tornadoes went out for the II January 15, we will offer as; a matter of company

"The increasing rate of I our game up. He ''got the ball : Rlnallng Irvin Israel North Feld told and the Circusto Judge,I zling costumes are" named I half with a 24-17 advantage policy an important new family. security first by
"Carnaby Street "Winter widened the load five'
travel accidents by air moving against: Lake City. Roy Hofheinz, three of the Wonderland" "Inaugmatlon They more points In the third period I adding both Auto and Homeowners Protection: to

plane and auto are frigh nation's most. astute and active Ball," and a grand opening outscoring the Raiders 1 fi : our guaranteed renewal service.

tenin Does the CharleyE. Football BanquetSet 4 showmen. The trio ,pledged parade, '"On With The Show." 11. The final period new the This me-ins: your Auto and Homeowners protection -

Johns Agency have that Next ThursdayThe Immediately to make the Comedy Is the key to "Chari Tornadoes go 17.13 over the will be guaranteed renewable for five years

combination Travel Accident Big Show' an even more stup- vari,", a kaledoscope clowns, I Raiders. I !after each policy is in effect for 60 days. It Is
and Baggage Policy annual Bradford High endous' attraction than ever jugglers and acrobats. i Junior Adrian 'Brown played not complicated.

which covers sickness, injury '; football banquet is set for 37 4 ; r rk .before. Shows on Friday, Feb. 2, almost the entire game as toe I
or death of the trav- Thursday Feb I, at 7 p. m. tv In line with the new owners' begin at '4:15: and 8:15: p. m. Tornado playmakers and hit First of course, you must have valid licenses

elers and theft or damage in the school cafeteria according policy to present the best circus on Saturday at 10:30: a. m., four field goals for eight for each driver in your household to renew auto
to Athletic: Director performers in the woildi.: 2:30: and 8:15: p. m., on Sun- points In the process. Big II protection.
..'.' of personal belongings? David Hurse. pk17i t\ extensive: auditions were con- day at 2 and 6 p. m. and on Bruce Jackson, pulled down Second in both Auto and needonly

Coach Sob Harbison, line '. .'..: ducted In every major Euro- Monday, at 4:15: and 8:15: p. eight rebounds and added five Homeowners you
Charley E. JohnsAgency i. '. pean city. As a.result, dozens points. I pay :your premiums-with policy forms and
at Florida State University '
\ tutor, will be the featured r tW?: >\, or new acts, never before seen m.Tickets are on sale In Jack- McLeod scored his 24 points I rates in effect at renewal' and we'll keep you
In America, were covered.
; 1S1 S. Walnut St. speaker. sonville at the Coliseum Auditorium despite double coverage. Every I
(( imported, and:are now the Tor-, Say "Guaranteed Renewal" when
The banquet\ Is being spon- or downtown at the time the ball went to you call the
PHONE9645070; sored by the Tornado, Quart- ready annual for circus the 98th tour successive Hemming Park ticket office nadoes' leading scorer, a 19,81 man from Nationwide. Or if you're already one of

erback Club Present QB Club Reserved seats cost $4 $3, and average, two Raiders would the several million polieyhulderi-your: guarantee
members will be admitted to ;, Many, old Including stand-bys dashing are returning -I $2. Children under 12, $1.00 close down on him, but the I starts automatically. On us.

the banquet but others can ltii less either show Friday. 10:30: pleasure of Chandler on the
q) Chcd-ley Baumann who has
2.50 at the Saturday morning, and both other side of the basket madeIt
Nasworthy's attend by paying -
added three additional tigersto
difficult to hold both boys I
shows Monday.
door. on BILL POWELLPhone e
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his dangerous wild
BAUMAN relaxes with Rajah. one of the I

HAZEN RETIRES ten 600 lb. Bengal Tigers he is presenting with act.There stallions MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL The tight Tornado defense I

.. Record FROM ROAD DEPT Ringling Bros.,, Barnum & Bailey Circus appearing at are Lippizaner of elephants held Orange Park's Daryl 9CI-61CI 401 W. Madison HI.Starke. .
tons and tons -
the Jacksonville Coliseum on Fri., Feb. 2 thru Mon. SundaY-9:45: a. m. Sunday Lauderdale, who had been hit- I
Breaking Lucian Hazen, of Starke, retired lovely Rlngling starlets School. 11:00: a. m. Morning 22 Florida
i Feb. 5. Performances will be twice daily with three ting points per game ,
; December 31 from the 50 famous clowns led by Worship 6:00: p. m. Training I scoreless for the first three
oj I State Road Department after performances on Saturday. veteran Lou Jacobs with new Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening quarters. Lauderdale ended

SALES being employed for the past ', routines and among dozens of I Worship. I with six points, The Raider'sR. I
21 years as District: Rlght-of- New Acts, Greater Spectacles other acts of all types two of Wednesday 7:30: Prayer D. Barlow, had been hitting'

r IS Way Agent for 16 Northeast'I I the finest flying trapeze combinations Services. 1st and 3rd Wednes- In double figures, was held to''

PositivePROOF ) Florida counties, including I'Highlight New Circus EditionThe i In circus history. nlght-7:00: pm.. Family 'nine points. '
Bradford. j I the Flying Oaonos. and the Night. I'
f '' Credit for the defensive Job
Succeeding' Mr. Hazen Inl all-new 1968 edition: of sonville Coliseum on Friday,I Flying Waynes. on Lauderdale, according to I .
Colorful spectaculars feat- Nitloawldt Mutual Insurance Company Nationwide! Mutual FIr. Iniurinct Cafflpanymudhwlde /
THAT the office is Jack Bielllnar. Jr.,I; Rlngling Bro. <&: Barnum &:' Feb. 2. for nine performances 1 daz A classified sal In the Telegraph -l'Coach Adkinson. has to be divided lilt InmraiK !Company: lioma otficei, Columbus; Ohio
the full cast and
of Providence, who was formerly -I Bailey circus, featuring the| through, Monday. Feb.. 5. uilng bring results between four Tornadoes r
We Are | I assistant to Mr. Hazen.)I biggest cast of performers and The' new edition of the I McLpnd, Chandler l Brown,

Selling Mr. Blellinr la a former Union animals, ever to play the huge Greatest Show on Earth la the
County Commissioner. I I three-ring entertainment spec first under its new ownership.
FURNITURE J tacular,.will open at the Jack- I In the fall of 1967 John

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= I 1968. We Urge You To Sign Your ApplicationAnd \0 ,,. '

File Other Tax Returns As Soon As Pos '

sible. April 1 1st Is The, 'Deadline. If We Can Be I I i ,: Natural Gas

Of Service To You Please Feel Welcome To ;c

1.i Call On L!s, I .

\Why 1, Our Record Of Over 7 Years Of Dependable Natural Gas

Service To The Homes and Businesses of
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Pay cTHANKS II II I jy- U., ; Still Intact! Hurricanes, Thunderstorms and even the

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QuestionsAnswersQuestion .

A Shot From The HipQ r 1 Saturday 'night, Darlln Car

: I will finish high ler's group will sell dinners ,,
from the kitchen
Section, located in the maxi- U. S. Supreme (Court overruled school next January and will School' at 930.: Morning Sunday service

mum unit, Raiford State Prison, Brooks' conviction. Based on information ,enter college a week later.. 11 am. At 3 p.m., R*v.
What must. I do to get a H-S
contained in writ of L. A.
no no picnic. a Sampson and congregation
college student deferment?
Some call it "solitary." Others habeas corpus the high court ,.' will render service. DIn-
Answer You file {
: a
half-humorously] refer to it as charged that Brooks had been ; written
request for a U-S deferment .,
"meditation." Technically it's the "coerced" by spending "14 days in 'ig25' Mt. Pisgah AMB Church.
with Local
r' .' your Rev. Q.K. Young pastor. The ,
Disciplinary Detention Section. a windowless sweatbox.. '. (, :' ,", Board After. you have stalled. only service will be Sunday .
Consisting of twenty-four bar- The court cited Brooks' treatment .
your college work, you should School at 10 a.m. with Mm.

ren 9-by-7 foot cells, Q Section as "a shocking display of '' :" .."'::.- ('t? have your school send a Student Anna Wright; In charge. Paren -
serves as a last resort to instill barbarism which should not escape "'' t1f.;:_ ..h... ..t'i.;!, Certificate to your Local ts are asked to please send

discipline among; Florida's 900 the remedy of this court." .. Board providing evidence that ,- the children to Sunday School

Most notorious criminals. It is This scathing broadside at thestate's you are sat.sfoctoiily. pursuinga a, i l ,- _.. as well as attending yourselfto
maximum security-within maxi- correctional s y s t e'm full-time course of Instruction { t-,' Y --. study the Word of the Lord.

mum security. A temporary lockup brought a flurry of responses.A at that. Institution. LI.. '- Ebenezer Baptist Church

for the misfit among misfits select committee of state t h hk:4 Will you tell me about the l. ," .. -, Rov. Bennett pastor. Sunday

who, by his behavior must be isolated legislators and a delegation of composition and appointmentof SERVICEMEN \School 9 a.m. with Supt. Hay-
State wood Brooks In MornIng
a Appeal Board? charge. -
1 -ifflSfii5- Airman
] from fellow inmates. over 40 newsmen swarmed Coy Jackson son of
Answer Worship at 11.
: There Is one State Evening
Mr. and Mrs.
Q Section generally does the through Raiford's maximum se- ,,' Appeal Board established in Henry C. Jackson Service 7 p.m.
of Route 1
Starke has
job. Only] few hard-core trans- curity unit December 27. .' ': each Federal Judicial District completed basic training, at Greater Allen Chapel AMR

gressors of prison regulations return Governor Kirk toured prison I within a State.. Each State Lackland AFB, Texas and Is Church, Rev. L.A. Sampson'

to "meditate" more than facilities January 18. Appeal Board normally has now assigned as a medical pastor. ''Sunday School 10 a.m.

once or twice. five members appointed by services specialist with et:'gtfmtof Morning: service af 11. Eves

Then on the other hand there's But no one could find any signsof (: the President upon recommendation the Air Training: (Command nlng service 8 p.m. Mea a18!'

Benny Wyatt Brooks. barbarism. ; r of the Governor. at Sheppard AFB. Texas. Air- by 'Rev Sampson Chodr.No. ;2

During three years of confine- Neither could we. Members shall be citizens of man Jackson who graduatedfrom Will sing.. ,
All tedders are asked to
ment on a Dade County B&E conviction the United States who are high school In 1966 at- 'rej
mind' .l each member of his
this We visited Raiford January 19. not members of the aimed .tended Santa Fe Junior CollegeIn
23-year-old inmate her obligation in making the
Spent three hours in the maxi- forces or any reserve component Gainesville (before. enteringthe
has been remanded to Q Section drive a success.. Member of
They must !be residents service.
eight times. His offenses include mum security unit. Most of thatin / : typ the Junior Church win servo
area in which their NEWS
refusal to work, assaulting an officer Q Section. We talked to guards an. captains and each ipel'son )JIi
board is appointed and they Cttty League basketball la 'being -
and destruction of state and inmates. And snooped a bit. :asked to please cooperate with
must be at least 30 years of held each Saturday. morn-

property.On Here's what we found.: i i4a1e age. The Appeal Board shouldbe Ing at 9 a.m. in the RJE gym. them.

a composite Board and as All boys who have not registered '
May 27, 1965: 79 Negro inmates STORY HOUR
Disciplinary] detention cells are such should include a physician for this program before AT TUFt LIBRARY

at Raiford conducted a 20- 9-by-7 feet wide and 8 1-2 feet a lawyer and representatives Saturday; Jan. 27, may register "Tales from Anderson" will
minute mess-hall riot in which 10 or pick the form from
bare the cells from labor industry and up '
high. are t>e told at the Story Hour In
guards and one rioter were injured. if applicable from agriculture the recreation center daily
completely tiled and have floor- the Public Library this Thursday -
from 4 to 6:30
level toilets which are flushed by Question: I am over age 26. p.m. afternoon from 3:30: to
The Falcons lust their second
Recently I was declared a delinquent 4:15.: Mrs. Harry Omen will
Following the riot, Brooks anda an officer outside the cells. Heat- and game 'of the year to the Boys

group of other inmates accusedof ing and ventilation is providedby +w ,i 'J ,r .:' liwii4lr"or Atdl "'1'w"u Cu .for induction.ordered If the to report Club of Gainesville by a score be the storyteller. All children,
ages are 6 through 9, are Invited.
actively participating in the the same forced air system 18H to 26, how can I be Inducted ft 73-69 due to the faof that
Off To The Battle"FARMER'S
disturbance were placed in Q serving the rest of the unit. An ? four first string players fowled
out In the third Coach NEW BOOKSAT
Section.On incandescent light is flushmounted Answer: Registrants deferred -

in the ceiling of each cell. on or after June 10, Jackson was very pleased with

June 2, six days after the 1051, are liable. for trainingand the hustle the boys gave THE LIBRARY

riot, Brooks was, questioned about The area was spotless. A trusty DIARY :!, service until age 35. Additionally throughout the game.
said that it was his job to keep The Hawks and Falcons will The following' new books
his involvement in the outbreak.He ,
The light freezes: and heavy 'Unit, When Sam heard about any person who has travel to Daytona Beach this have been receIved at the

talked plenty-and. accord- \U that way. frosts ten days ago didn't. da the steak deal, he volunteeredto dulled to report for Induction Saturday to play Cypress Bradford County Library:

ing to prison officials volun] The design for these cells was much damage to the. berry eat one ,/but his offer was remains liable for Induction !Btroet Recreation semi and pro Adult Fiction

taken from the current "Hand- crop accor-dlns- to reports. not appreciated. or accepted and, when available, shall be team. To Brooklyn with Love; The

tarily. book of Institutional] Design and Jimmy OaskJns of the Strawberry Immediately inducted, regaid- The next home game will be Soundless Scream: Butter-

In a tape recorded conversationwith Construction published by the Co-Op said that It "got" This Is a good time of the. less of age. 'Saturday (Feb. 3, against/ Day- worth; A Madras Type Jacket:

the prison's chief investigator some of the. bloom In his year to clean up around the tana.' Hawe; Birds In the Belfry:

R. H. Williams Brooks admit-- U. S. Bureau of Prisons. planting but that otherwise yard, but somehow or other Farm Forester : The second tournament wUl P'ayne; The Grudge Fight:

Prisoners receive daily checks there was no other effect. there's always someting betteror Tells be held March 1-2 In the RJK Hale; Drumbeat: Pope; Crossroads -
ted he helped plan and out Value Of
carry weekend the weather i The Ladles
Last foot-
easier-to do. The gym. Coach Jackson Id plan McConkey;
the riot. by a medical officer. They shower moderated and there was plen- ball season Is over with so Control Burning nlng for an outstanding activ of St. Hedwlgs: .Almedlngen;

Why? every other day. ty of sun to ripen the. fiult. Sam cant use the excuse that ity. .. t The Confessions of A r 8.n e

Discipline cases are confined he has to. watch TV, so it maybe ''Controlled turning, cnn be Activities are being held at Lupin: iLeblanc; No Man's

"To get the Fed in here to investigate with a pair of coveralls, shower One thing for sure-we hat By Sam McGarvey 'that. he has run out of energy n valuable tool) In good forest the Reno Rucreafion Center World: Caldln.\

the place," /said Blanks/ sandals] and two blankets. A some mighty "white" trusts. In that case he may management according, to iuli afternoon
in the recorded statement.' : during that. told: spell. On one ernor ate baked beans with reed u .lU:
Bible is also provided. mOI'nlnaSlI.m; was on his way the inmates at the dining spring tonic to pep him up- ester for Bradford and Clay The Girl Scouts are taking Poet "'True Stories! : Saturday

On June 10 Brooks signed a Three times!' a day Q Section inmates to work at 8;30. the frost was room In "The Rock" although or perhaps a. dose of what Counties. orders for cookies. Please cooperate Evening Poet: Arnle: McCormack -

written confession concerning his receive 10-ounce serving forming fast, and by daylightthe plans had been made to feed that little boy didn't want, a "When timber become large Iby' giving them an. order ; The Naked Ape' : Morris -

participation in the riot. a beans and; ground was covered with. him steak over at the. East generous helping of castor oil. enough to withstand fire a or two and help make this ; Rlckenbacker: Rlckenback-
of pureed peas It and looked as if there had planned (or prescribed) type project successful.The er; Romney's Way: Harris, ;

He had been informed of his margarine. These meals provide been a I light snowfall during burn may .be recommended for Troop ia grateful to Freedom and the Court: Abra

constitutional 1 rights in both approximately: 2,274 calories a the night. the reduction of unwanted everyone who helped make the ham; A Portrait of Lee Harvey

cases. day. NEWS And NOTES underbrush," the forester said trip poHHible. Oswald by Ills Brother: Os
But while we are In the "Such unncedod. vegetative CHURCH NEWS wald; Florida, The Long Fron.
Benny Wyatt Brooks and seven Barbarism!' ? We don't believe middle of our winter season, growth may be a natural fire The First, Born Church of tier: Douglas; Helicopters and,

other Negro inmates were convicted it a look at the calendar reveals For Today's HomemakersBy hazard, and If permitted to the Living God will featurethe Autogiros' : Calblehouse.

on riot charges in Eighth Honorable Justices of the Su- that the traditional first thrive, such 'brush actually becomes BSA Gospel Singers In an Juvenile

Judicial District Court, November have abu- planting day of Feb. 14 Is justa Martha Sue McCain costly, an It taps in on affer-nervire program at 8:30: Hawaii Nel: Tabrah; The
12 1965. preme Court .,, you few weeks away Azaleas are County Extension the nutrients and moisture p.m. January 28. The public ia Hounds of Black Maggy: Crow-
sively exercised your power of In bloom at places already, needed Invited to attend.
by the commercial timber der; The Cinnamon Hill Mystery
Although evidence appeared judicial discretion.You and in our front yard we have Home Economics Agent stand. The prescribed burn Greater Free Win Bethlehem : McLaughlin! The Secret

abundant, Brooks' confessions sin- same narcissus which have -.r .....- also helps in seed bed prepa- Baptist, Rev. Lewis McKay of the Dark Tower: MacKellar;
provided a dramatic "clincher"for have overstepped your proclaimed that If winter is ration and [In control of Brown pastor. Monday night Choir Gentle Ben: Morey; The Curious
in the No. 1 and Ushers Board No. 2
gle] most important Is not far behind.
the state His were the only process-that of decid- here, spring. BREAST OF CHICKEN broth or milk and bouillon Spot In longleaf pine," Bell rehearse at 7:30.: Tuesday Clubhouse: Govan.

confessions admitted into evi- appellate issue of law based on the All of this is a delight to a WITH VEGETABLESHere's cubes slowly stirring constantly added. night, Choir No. 1 and 2 willrehearse Young Adult
ing an one-dlah
dence. a hearty "Timber owners or tree farm at 5 Wednesday Maverick: Schaefer; A Crimeof

court records placed before you. former Yankee, who where was It raisedIn startsto meal recipe developed and Cook; over low heat, stirring era who think their commer- night the Church p.m. of God In One's Own: Grierson: The

Brooks drew nine years and Instead have rendered a New cold jersey In October anddoesn't tested by U, S Department of constantly, until thickened. cial tracts will profit from Christ, Elder Williams and congregation Trouble With, Series Three I

eight months of "extra time;' you get until April. Of Agriculture food specialists It Note: Chicken fat adds extra controlled '"burning should con- rendered service. Kenyon: A Spy Called MichelIB -
sudden, impassioned ruling- up yields 6 servings consisting of flavor tact a forester for assistance' the Ladles' : Walden.A .
Thursday night
Since his conviction Brooks has ]largely sociological in its implications course his blood has "thinned" one-half chicken breast and About the County Forester! said On Circle will meet? in the homeof

filed 36 writs of appeal and other -based on the shabby evi- out as the saying goes, one-half cup vegetables each. Calories per recIpe-chicken the forentfer's recommendation Mrs Sarah Prince. Friday
310 if made 'with
motions from his Raiford cell. dence provided by a twice-con- and now he minds much the cold he of Six chicken half breasts I'/4 broth; 520 If made with whole the area ,to be ''burned should night, Rev. S. White and con- classified ad In the Telegraph -
a freeze at :32 as as! brines results.
victed felon; a man described by when it got down to teaspon salt one-eighth tea- milk and bouillon cubes be secured by a fire line and gregation will render service.rteyq .
used to
Conviction waif upheld in four prison officials as a "bitter, hos- spoon pepper, one-fourth tea- VariationMushroom. sau- burned under /weather conditions -
appellate hearings twice in zero up north. paprika, three-fourths conducive to a "cool ,
known agitator sliced freshor
tile inmate a ce; Saute 1 W. cups TK
state courts, twice in federal of agricul- cup fine dry breadcrumbs, 2 canned mushrooms In the burn.)) A '
The Importance
beaten! 1 to 3 A
courts egirs. Usually the forester will
ture to Bradford County was fat before adding!! flour Use
time-don't shoot from tablespoons fat or oil as recommend the prescribed burnin
Next broth. )
University of Flor- milk Instead of chicken
stressed by
However, On December 18, 1967 needed: one-half cup water, 1 slash
the hip-deal in the business of ida president Stephen C. O'- Calories per recipe: -About longleaf pine or pine
I in a startling decision the recipe chicken sauce 1V4 cups of proper maturity-but good
law, not emotions. Connell at the Chamber of 525.
carrots [thinly sliced!, 2 cups hardwood, seldom or never.
last THIS?
Commerce banquet CAN YOU ANSWER
in julienne
Thursday. Incidentally, he reminded potatoes Icut How count calories As for the proper time to
I The ? strips!, three-fourths. cup celery Q. can you burn Bell this normallyfrom
Who's Doing Bonding the audience that [cut in halt inch slices in salads? says _

county agent George HuggIns Season chicken with. salt A. Individual salads servedin early December through :.

I There were some phases of Gov- promote road bonds at the 1967 Is a member of the University pepper and paprika. Roll measured amounts help mlrt-March, based ore local con Lars
ditions. The County 'Foresterwill
staff, a fact that we all veryottl"n calorie counters keep an accurate G
! ernor Kirk's speech before the session of the Legislature-$435 overlook. chicken in breadcrumbs. Dip check calorie Intake. be glad fo help choose
million for public highways and chicken into eggs, then roll in on
National Press Club in Washington .55 For variety, serve salads In the proper day when wind velocIty -

that weren't fully covered in $200 or more for the Turnpike With cold and frosts hold- crumbs again Brown chicken Individual plates bowls or in and direction are Ideal

the news releases. Authority. There are recurring ing back the grass in our yard, slowly brown.in Add hot water fat until, cover golden, and mound!! on lettuce leaves. ami ground moisture Is favorable -

According to a transcript of the reports-not denied-that the this Is an off season for mow- cook low heat about 30 Measure the quantity for each .
prepared address released by the Governor may call a special ses- ing and a good time to get minutes or until chicken Is serving In a standard measuring "Though the benefits of good lly Lyun Hamilton, of Southern Marinofor

Governor's office, Kirk attacked sion on bond financing this year. the mower repaired and in almost tender. cup and use a spatula to control burning are not to be SAFETY TIPS FOR stowing your tool kit. If
for the coming work release the salad. in a mounded ignored professional! help
former governor George Wallace And on top of this, the Governor'sCommission shape Remove chicken and keep OUTBOARD ENTIIUSI\STS your boat doesn't have stowage
ahead. But usual Sam will shape. For gelatin. salads. should be obtained before attemplng -
of Alabama] for tripling the bonded on Quality Educationis as warm. Add chicken sauce to ad- Many minor mishaps) aboard lockers in the bow. under
the into Individual It, the forester
watt until grass
Indebtedness of his state in five proposing a $500 million bond probably and the pan in which the chickenwas measure portions controlled your boat can be traced to a the stern seat or bride deck,
head start on him. molds. Non calorie-coun vised. "A carefully
gets a
of its cooked. Add vegetables, of carelessness. Most it would be a good Ideato
own. moment very
is hocked
"That state
short program the
years. then spend the rest of ters may take a double serv fire can virtually
and place chicken pieces on If not all. can be easily avoId- build them. Be careful of
to its and then In Washington Gov. Kirk of dlsaaterous foresffire '
right up ears year trying vainly to catch up. ing. chance a
top. Cover. Simmer gently Service loose and
ed. The Evlnrude News mooring anchor.
the people of Alabama] to consider bonding as' later Bell concluded.
some ; are seems about 20 minutes or until .Celery adds delicious flavorto offers these suggestions to lines. After casting off coil
fantastic rate of intereston fiscally perfidious and All of which reminds us of salads.
paying a something chicken and vegetables are < a wide variety of alert you to potential dangers. them neatly.
bonds Gov. Kirk said. to the heart of the story that President O'- well to countless dishes ADULT( EDUCATION
( ), repugnant every tender. as as When boarding, step towardthe If you have a manual start
As pointed out by political true conservative. In Florida Connell told the other nightat Easy Method -Use a 10H cooked on top of the stove or CLASSES center lamldshipj: to avoid outboard take a few precau-

columnist Everett Williard, this well that's a horse of another the Core banquet. It seems ounce can of condensed cream in the oven. Don't discard the Adults are urged to registerIn rocking or tipping the boat. tions when starting. Never
'attack seems a little inconsis- that .a little boy was about of chicken soup in place of leafy: tops of celery. Put themIn the clastic' that are being Never step on the side I gunwale stand up. Learn to start the

tent in view of Kirk's effort to color. get fussed.a dose and of fumed castor and oil. protested and- the chicken sauce.. a plastic! ball In the refrigerator offered.l In the county. Better 1. When boarding from a motor from a sitting position.
he flavoring
Menu Suggestion Serve and use for education means better jobs high pier take. the shortest Many a boatman has lost his

but his mother was with cole slaw and cheese ,. soups, sauces and stews Chop for everyone. For Inform lt10n distance. between two points.. balance and been treated to a.
firm and insisted that he take breadstlcks. Have orange or same of them tine and add to rail the Vo-Tech Center and Step onto the bow Make sure dunking

The Bradford County Telegraph adoRe of that awful stuff., but grapefruit for dessert; they a to&sexi green salad. talk with 'Mrs, Bernice Bate- the boat. It securely tied or Once underway do not distract

Finally he capitulated "All are both plentiful. Would you like a change man about the Adult Basic l have someone steady It when the driver. He has a full

I 4Q ESTABLISHED 1879 under protest saving,won't CHICKEN SAUCE from the. usual salad of plan! and the General Education boardlNf! time Job at the wheel. If passengers -
E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher right I'll take" It One to 3 tablespoons butteror tossed greens? It so, try giving clause now being taught, Call Don't carry equipment when want to switch ,seats
do anything
S. other fat 3 tablespoons it a toss with canned PfU. 3H and obtain the Infor- boarding. Keep your hands have the driver throttle downto

Florida'. Oldest Weekly Ntwvpsper Published Ontinotuly Sam was among the news- flour one-fourth teaspoonsalt green! beans. kidney beans. mation you need.BRADFORD. free. Have someone hand you a slow idle then get up and

I.f Coder TIM Item MM Bs4. men Including Bob Fergusonof 1V4 cups chicken brothor and chick: peas plus french equipment once you're aboard. move. Don't attempt to move

rl0Pubnobd The Telegraph who accom- a mixture of: 114 cups drell. lnlr. Chanches are you'llBO I.ODOR When alone move the gear to around the boat when travelIng .
for thIS, well all of MKKTI.VO: IVOTICK
panied the governor on an inspection whole or skimmed milk. 3 as as the edge of the pier. Once at high speeds.

each Thursday and entered> as Second! Glass Matter .t the Poet Offlo of the prison at Ral- chicken flavored bouillon your family. F.Bradford& A.M. is conferring Lodge No. the 35 aboard you can reach up eas Despite these precautions

at Stark. *. Florida under Act e f )Marc! lid. 111. ford last week and has been cubes. Entered Apprentice Degree ily.Stow an accident may occur. If this

Bubacrlptlons tn trade anal 1 year, 9'."| 0 eseuebs. >ft.Je) through the place so many Melt fat over low heat: Adjustable Vinyl Book Friday night, Jan. 26, at 7:30 all boating equipment happens be prepared to handle .

OvtoU toad.. anal. 1 y *r. $4JM S aseNY4.. tD.M times he almost!' feels. at home blend in flour and salt. Heat e ._ All sties 30 cents vital p.m. neatly Don't leave skis or towlines the situation. Carry. a
there Af you know, the sovi and!. stir untU bubbly. Add TIle Telegraph laying\ The same goes first! aid kit at all time. __


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.- Aero Club Plans New Reed as hostesses.It and Novena 7 ,.m- tIn, concrete IH Type 1 and together with Interest thereonat
City and all coats of
I E 1\ 2GOO) pound mix und a r'''- B tier vent .
\ was announced that an I turdilnt, admixture, in uwed, collectIon
; I Keystone} HilitesByRcg Control Center Begins Duties Initiatory: Ceremonywill 'toe Community Church Ret. the normal 60-mlnute maximum Have. ..seised the and following have In de-mypOHnesidon

Trip In January At KeystoneMrs. held on Feb. 20.1I0MEMAKERS. Leon F. Milner, minister.; Mrs. dlHcharno time for will completionof be Inernaned norlbed personal property to
E CLUB George Cal.ova" organUt. Mr. Wit: .
: Shuber to 90 minute I A ticket -
,! !na Lot Bil\ In Section 29, Town
I The Keystone Aero Club The regular monthly meeting William Warren. Secretary or time .lIp, showing .
received Vcrgle Homer has assumed tho ship'5 South, Range t> lII..t.ae .
: Please Phorie in-Your Items 473-3067 encouragement t'o: pro- her duties.. City Clerkof of the Keystone Heights Sunday School. 8.40; ... It the concrete time, of shall batching!accompany, per map. of Woodlawn as
Worship. 11 a. a the tame appear In tIm.cufrent
-. : 'J r mote aviation and the airport Keystone Heights succeeding Community Homemakers Club Morning each h8lch.Dollverles records of
,, talk held In the Clay Electric Nursery at 11 a. m. Krvlc.only. of concrete are
in a by Douglas Maxwell, Mrs.. Joy Baker. was subject to be called for In Bradford County Florida
WOMAN'S CLUB' Course sponsored 'by the president of the Jacksonville Mrs. Homer was appointedto conference room on Jan. 17. amount, of from two ((2) EXCEPTING therefrom c-ne

:-nWoman's Club will Woman's Club, was conductedby chapter of the 'Florida. Aero the position last month and Mrs. Mildred Payton and -"'pl"R' yard.. through eight ((8) 50 lot foe described West ot as the begInning South-

ba'M the Annual "Caanelliaqrtnhl" Sgt. Jerry Bedenbaugh, of Club at their monthly meet- started to work on January Mrs. Agnes Cuendet attendedan St.; Anne'sRev.. Wllllaio! ,. yards.The Above Specifications. Will Fast Corner ot said Lot S9
card party on Monday Palatka, an officer of Florida Ing on January IS.: The speaker 15: after a training period with upholstery class In Green [. Jones Vicar. Have '}'o Be A* Called. For And hence thence run run North West 100 100 feat feet,

Jan. Ha, at the Masonic ; Highway Patrol, on January also invited the local club help from Mrs. Baker. Cove Springs and will be a and Ser Said To/ Accept City. ROHcrve Or Reject The Any flight Oi thpnra, run South 100 feet
Hall at :a 'p. m. There will be 16 and 17. to join the Florida unit. The new clerk has lived In team to learn this art and Morning Prayer 'All Hidu.. tl\eniB\ run :East 100 feet to

rafrMhmenta and prizes. Don The S Ii::3O a.m. (nursery ) BIT MERRILL
open. :
%tton, $1.25.cic' the course: Mr. and and Golf Tournament to coming to this area from Jacksonville In Keystone. Vice President CITY CLCUK named defendant and that on

:; Saturday Feb. 10 Mrs. Albert Bachmann, Mr. be held In April, were also discussed : Hazel Davis presentedthe Holy let; and Eucharist 3rd Sundays and,
OR yvur oalendait, for supper and Mrs. L. C. Stripling. Mr. and the Airport Authority I Mrs. Baker resigned from program for the monthon ( ). Church ItOTltK<< nv ".... IIIFF.II! 8.1LP, nn *,,101 I day at the East door of
aj the Masonic Hall when and Mrs. A P. Hallman, Mr. Committee reported the post she held for four the topic. "Making The oo. nursery open Notice 'In horeliv given thlkt I, 'he Bradford County Court
th. club will have Its WIn.ter"snorga8boId" and Mrs. J. S. La/Coste./ Mrs.L. progress In Its study of recommendations years In order to devote more Most ot Your Money." School, 9:30: a.m. "Holy Eu- J'. D. Reddish Hhetlff of Bradford Hnimrv I the will highest offcwfor bidder 8a Ie' and for
charist," i a.m. each Sunday, County, Flo-rlda, under ,and Nell to>
buffet."Morea&out B. Clark, Mrs. L. F Milner to present to the time to her family. The Leadership Meeting : Prayer 7:30: p.m.each by virtue of Writ of Uxeiutlon Cain In handtria above* da-
this later. Mrs. Charles King Mrs Albert Keystone City Council. At the last council meeting. will be held Feb. 7 In Green Evening to Wit: scribed property. of sa4d. dafrndnrit -
Sunday. ETC 6.30 p.rrt. tn satisfy the aforesaid
The Woman's Club of Pa- Nelson, Mrs. Frank; Egan, Mrs.A. Club members will visit the the retiring clerk was givenan Cove Borings at 10 a. m. each Sunday. Claim.Execution Co-urt ItfHuudl of Bradford out of (Small,'oun., ISxecullon.

liJUca Invited our local club to Vance Mrs. Mary Carew, Jacksonville\ Air Traffic Con- Carroll BakerIs award by Mayor Ray COMMUNITY CHURCHThe offices of Morning ty. Florida pursuant to a final P l). ReddIsh, Sheriff
decorate a. table tor their 43rd Mrs. L. Snyder Mrs. Bessie trol ccnt'cr the last week of Stewardess Starnes for service to the city annual meeting of the Dally judrament for *T. W. Tat urn Bradford County
tad Evening Prayer, 8:00: ( a.m. defendant 1/2S 4t J-15
King -
bfrthday party Friday, Jan. Bowen Mrs. Axel ilalmgren, January to familiarize Its! pilots and a pin sef as a token of Community Church, was held and 1:00: and against In the Floyd amount of $7S.a
15 Mrs. Earl: Voyles and Mrs: 'Mrs. O. Hlnson Mrs. W. Pin- with the safety features With UnitedMiss appreciation. following morning worship p.m.

H6nrjr ,gchuber attended as on, and Mr. and Mrs. Becker involved with the FAA's airway service on Sunday. Jan 14. -Bl&p&ls&WoranIp
crab representatives. Their en- of Melrose. traffic control system. Carroll Baker daughterof Rothhammer The Nominating Committee service : Sunday I
Mr. and Mrs. William E. 11 a. m., 7:30: i>>>. m. [LVW55r3'epeni. '
"Jtoie' Yawn
tie?. Bride' Table won GOLF NEWS County Judge T. A. presented the following slate:
Ijinorable, mention.? Thursday Jan 18 was "La of Starke, a member of the Baker of Lake Geneva, recently Services HeldIn Board of Trustees, each for ].

ARBOR DAY, dies Day" at the Keystone club, will speak at the next completed a 514-week train- Melrose three years Frank linen. Sunday Schiwl, 9:45: *. ID.

:An Art>o1" Day program was Golf Club. Winners of the 18 meeting on February 20 in the ing course at the United Air Jack E. Methvin' Roy L. Turknett nlJ.nieOopen)] rnunlnc Dnton.
the Woman's Hall. He will alBa Lines stewardess school In Chi. 8:30: p.m. f nursery-ptt'I.
sponsored by hole group were Eva Hall and Keystone City Funeral services were held Jr. Board of Stewards,
Club .Jan. 19 at show film on, FAA rules cago, 111.After Rev. Lawrence carroupa '
rriday 'Mittie Haynes. Fran Turknettwon a at 11 a. m. Wednesday In the each for three years Ray
J&alea Park: : !! (> the honor trophy in the and regulations for the private graduation she was. Melrose Methodist Church for mond Farris Mrs. A. P. Hall- ) tnr.

.Mr David Nelson, ,te I e club ,nine hole play. pilot. asslKnned to serve aboard air.craft Grant Rothhammer 70, who man, and A. M. Mitchell. All -Lutbet'P''"

"pj-csldent welcomed' the guests': Twelve members attended flying out of Washington, died Sunday, Burial 'was In were unanimously elected. : I
Lutheran Church of Keystone
:Bev. Leo Milner gave the JrlVbc&tlon. the "Golf-A-Round" in Lake Arbor Day ProgramBy D. C. the Ochwilla Cemetery with Chairman E. A. 'Rushton .
A 1965 graduate of Keystone RUharo
: Vonclle Ketch low officer Heights; Vio
City. won Williams Thomas Funeral complimented every I
I Mrs."..Steve Moore greeted Doris Garden ClubIn High School Miss Baker and Meyer, minister.
group in A division, Ot- Home In charge of arange- member on the loyal effort
f Olrl Scout Troop 21, and Boy tinge won low putts In C division KeystoneThe attended MontrealAndersonCollege menta. and financial support Divine WOI ahll:. Sunday U
In Montreat, N. C., receiving -
Ej ,out. Troop 105. The Boy and Peggy Fordyce won Surviving are his widow that everyone has made.: toward -
her A. S. degree in Holy Communion 2nd
Scout' Color Guard presented low gross In D division. Garden Club of the Alice tot.hhammer: seven the church services and t m ,
the colors, followed by The annual "Husband and Lakes observed Arbor Day on 1967. daughters Mrs MelbA Milli- payments on the mortgage. Sunday of "4>icb month. I

,tQe Pledge of. Allegiance. "AForrest Wife Silver Tournament" limited Friday Jan. 19, !by planting a gan, Mrs. Alice Price Mrs. Thirteen payments were madein ctervlcus uel: each. BundJt > II II I

Hymn" by William to members only was won dogwood tree at the Keystone Services Held Margie Beech, and Mrs. Stella advance on the loan In < Si. Anne's Enlsoop

dJilleny .nt .was read! by by Lucille and Raymond Star- Heights Library. For Retired Blevlns Tulsa, Okla., Mrs. 1967. It was pointed out that I Church, Keystone eight I I ...
Mrs. Sara McDonald. Ray nes after a "sudden death" Mrs. Frank Demorest openedthe Wanda Chairublee and Mrs. the Sunday School Ceduca-,I "K-J 1

Barnes, Mayor of Keystone play-off. The Don Shackle- program with prayer. Mrs. School TeacherMiss Joyce Rowe Melrose; and tional building] is needing additional .
Heights, our lakes and trees, fords were second and the E. Albert Bachmann president of Carol Rothhammer, Little space and the chair- Adlmtable( Vinyl Book

aid hoped our aim for 1968 T. Martins third. the club, read the Legend of Emily Schluenzen, 90, Rock Ark.; three sons. Glynn man asked that attention be Covers. All sizes 30 cents eat Bank{ The Easy \Way

would be an Improved community -' The mixed pairs tournament the Dogwood and Introduced died Sunday afternoon at her of Fort Worth, Texas; Alvin given to acquiring more .. ', tn. frit trr i>h .

,. aU working together was won by Pansy Haw- the speakers: Mayor Ray home in Park of the Palms. of Colorado Springs Colo.: property as well as buildings
t$ add to and restore its natural I' es and Herb Williams. The Stames. County Commissioner Born In New York City on and Grant Rothhammer for this purpose. TilE RIGHT POINT for the ,

beauty.A afternoon of golf was followedby O. J. Murrhee and C. A. Titus July 12. 1877, she was a retired Houston, Texas. Also survivingare The first Family Night Supper I I the way yon write. (;om I In By Mails And Save Time!
dogwood tree planted school teacher and Dean nnrf rlwt your favorite ES- .
: Board.
a social hour and a cover- of the Library 29 grandchildren.ed will be heldi at 6:30: p. m.
a/id dedicated to the memory I ed dish supper. Mrs. Roy Bridges chairmanof of Teachers College in... New on Jan. 31. Mrs. Thomas Nor- TERBROOK fountain pen.

erf our late Mayor, Albert KelBFENSIVE hERE AND THERE the tree committee, intro- York City for many years. wood's Circle 2 members will a' The Tel..nph... Just drop in the mailbox that's how easy and

ft.I1 SP-4 Edward Mason, form- duced MM. R. II. Schneberger, She had been a resident of since theKeyst.'one to Washington, after a visit be hostesses for this covered ()TI..m..o-- -im i>)>F.n'*' I convenient it Is when you bank. by mail. No long

COURSE DRIVING erly of Gainesville is visitinghis who gave a reading on trees 1956 making Heights tier home area with with her parents Mr. and dish affair. Mrs. Frank Ilgen I Sealed Bide Will Council'Be R Of.. .ivel The bank lines to stand in no rushing to get thereon
fly The City
::The Defensive\ Driving parents Mr. and Mrs. and cloijed. with prayer. her sliter-in-law, Mrs. Flor. Mrs. Ross of Melrose, and orotrram chairman, announces City or Htxrko At 'he r-uv' 1 time. we're always as close as the nearest
Erskin Mason enroute to her brother and family, Mr. that couples over 50 Golden Hall In Starke Florida, Until
FLOWER: SHOW ence ''Schluenzen. 7.00 O'clock. iSi.. On Tuesday.Ffbluury mailbox. Come in soon, we have many services
Germany for a year's tour of Anniversaries in the last quar-
CONCRETE! PRODUCTS APRIL Funeral services were held and Mrs. Johnny Ross. 6, 1969! At Which Time all designed to meet! your banking needs.
duty. Mr. and Mrs. Mason and PLANNED FOR at 10 a. m. Tuesday in the My uncle! Alfred Hudson ter will be guests! of honor. And mice All Bid... fClV6lVIII ( I
ton, William have recently I lie. I'libllclv OppnP'l.tiil" .
; 81ST THAT ALL YOUR Mrs. Emory Cooper Flower chapel of DeWitt 'C. Jones Funeral Mr. Waters and his son-in- Read AlfHirt on The Following' :
moved to Park of the PalmsIn KEYSTGrE STATE BANKMember
?:CONCRETE PRODUCTS Show Chairman of the Garden Home In !Keystone law came down Monday afternoon AN KSTtMATKP! 310 YAltUSOK ,

7_ARE TIlE BEST FROMEdward's Keystone.Dr. Club of the Lakes, met with Heights with Rev. !Frank Smith and fished for awhile. : fOYCRKTUSPWIPTCATIONS: AS !
and Mrs. John Davis of F.D.I.C. Heights Fla.
her committee at t'ne home of and Fred R. Sacher officiating. but got only 5 specs. AS 1 POITXV8'
Rehobath Beach, Del. have Schneberger at Once again 'we come to the 1.4' Kfith:, butt.ll of ....n'reii'
Building R, H, Interment was In the Keystone
arrived In Keystone to spend Mrs. Jan. 22. close of another exciting Indian .-"' L LSt. ..h,,11 be delivered to thuworlc "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
10 m. Monday Heights Cemmetery. ,
a. and dlMchnrvt" omp- "
: Supply, Inc. the remainder of the winter Plans were made for the club's Beach Report. I sure will pltpl 1 l within BO nilnulfafter .. Community.

season at their home on Lake- annual Flower Show to be held be glad when summer retshel'e William's 8uod F addition of the cement I
.. 728 8. Main-372-4844' V1Azr. .. TrIV.. .. to the afrKlPKAteH.Vhun .
"- -- and the news will be Mass 9 Maaa
1 April 27. a.m. Wednesday \ the cement Used In
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Turner on four Ib bass, 1 nine Ib. and 1
I more plentiful again. uotll
: GAINESVILLE, FLA. ten and one half lb. 'Theycaught
have returned after their recent -
V'YYYYYINDIAN then, here's Leeon with a
.yyyyyYYYVVf -
them in Alto Lake so .
stay in Miami.
poem about a helpful Inven!
I The correct zip code for we will have to Investigate
-- '-' BEACH tlon.; And now here's Leeon.
Jim Fox' address in 71459. shortly. LEEON'S CORNER
:! Don't forget to send him a The John Hancock family, "The Helpful Invention"I'm

KEYSTONEHEIGHTS. few lines. He writes that the (Lake Santa Fe) .of Jacksonville; spent the going ,to tell a story I

weather is cold at Camp Polk, By: Michael H. ChlttyJFh. weekend In the Fleming cottage About this thing I see.
La! 475-2171 and enjoyed fishing.
See if you can guess
St. Anne's Episcopal t They caught a few specs, anda I .
... ... .. What this thing can be.
A & &&&& 6
Church News 11 14| lb. bass on a spec It is made out of metal. A4& .', .. \ft.',, .
The annual meeting was Greetings, fellow flu held at the Masonic Hall last ers. If things don't get better, Corley and A. V. Although this one's kinda .. 'II.

Sunday evening, preceded bya :I am going to have to start Youngblood of Tallahassee, small.

covered dish supper. I writing a medical report Instead and Judy Bridges and Pam In many sizes they come. GO

MELROSE Three new Mission Board of the news. Almost Giles of the U of F'spent the It Is a mechanical object uIIA e 0I o
weekend with the Jack Mil-
members were elected to serve' everyone we called has the And runs off electric power.
for a three-year period. They flu or has had It. Maybe with 1 lers. Peggy. Coburn and Suzy There are many different

are Tom Howell Jack Moody, this warm weather we have Rain and Tracy Womeldruif of brands,

:BUSINESS and Gay Livingston. Retiring been having we will all start Gainesville, came over Sunday But this one Is a Tower.
.. . with some nice redflsh that WESTtcash
H. :
Board members are Alex Bro- feeling better. When you mash the button. I WEST
DIRECTORY kas Carlton Paul, and. Charles' Things have quietened off Coburn caught, and had a This machine will print a

Tolford. I after a busy. but most pleasant nice. fish fry. letter. _
The church women plan to week. Wednesday, Katie Dee and Betty Morris and And compared to some handwriting I

.. hold a rummage, sale at the I Howard of Starke and her Children were In Tallahassee .

BEAUTY SHOP parish hall this Friday and sister and husband and) famIly over the weekend house( hunt- It does it quite a lot better. I & carry I

Saturday mornings and after. and George, Thomaslne Ing1.. Dpe Is being transferred Many people use them.At _
noons. Paul and Brown of I there the first of the month/

e Mrs. McElrath .will arrange England Stephanie came down and We are glad that he Is getting And work when and you In stop school.to thinkof I I BUILDING li j'<<\\IJ] ,, ,.. lar ." N

: KEYSTONEBEAUTY ;; for pickups of articles. be spent the day with us. They a promotion but sorry he Is It. .

SHOP donated. went swimming, even If the leaving. He Is one of my fish- It's quite a handy'" tool.
: Jack Moody will attend! annual water was too cold for us. ing buddies.Mr. This is a remarkable inven- I I MATERIALS | Modern Maid BUILT-IN I: i
and Mrs. W. J. Davis of
: Jobn o.. 0- convention at Fensacol George said the water was tion, '
ParaonalBdtth as a delegate ifrom St. Anne's. as cold as any he had been In, Waycross. Ga. .spent the week- As I've explained to you. I

: .t er-tt Plans are being made! to begin including the ocean in Decem- end with Mr. and Mrs. E. W. And if It wasnt for it.

Hair Styling an "Inquirer's Class," the ber. They returned on Thursday Revels. I don't know what I'd do.
Individual first week In February. A con-' and went fishing. Bobby and Sherry Strick \
Beauty |OBf*". we Now If you haven't euessed It I L1OVEN&RANG9:
JQJwr' Form of Beauty Culture urination class will be formedfor while ThomasIne worked on land and son, Bobby, of Jacksonville That really is a shame.

S Open Tne..-Sa.t. 9-0; children of 6 grade and her sun tan. Although, we on- were visiting 1>U sis And if I have to tell you,

.. Clewed Monday \\,' over.Church ly caught two specs they likedit ter and family Mr. and Mrs. A typewriter is Its name I .
James RobbIns. Saturday evening -
-'V\' >* Services: Rev. so much that George end : '
CONCRETEHawthorne .William] Jones, minister, 1-3-4 Paul came down Friday morn- ..--.. For ttiost who noy| pr..tig....at a real moneysaving -

Sundays. morning prayer at Ing to have another go at it. Linda. Len and Tammy I:, .. pric.l! Ov.n has a wid., wide 19-Inch width I
Concrete 9:30.: Second Sunday: Holy as they say. Since 'the Lynn Swearingen were week- NEWS NOTES end comes with the famous "cook and hold" control I :

Communion. wouldn't ,bite we specs// end guests of their parents' Lift-off door for easy cleaning. Rang top has 'f t
I & Inc Mr and Mrs. Fred Sweadngen By Helen Egan: .
; .
Supply, .try. the bass._ It. was_the. ',, p.rma-coil .lm.nts guaranteed for lifeEa y to>> .
: REDI MURRHEE cune.u tney .ima ever risnea: ror I "I 1 :
bass. As "It Pete and Joyce Barton Nell ,.1. O... :
MIX George says, was ,
Insurance EASTERN: '
AgencyRichard STARFrlend's :; ,!c .. .
and Buddy Garner of 6tarke I ;" : .
e. CONCRETE one big laugh from the startto of
Murrhee Agt and Mr. and Mrs. Tollie Peoples Night was one
TLwj. 20 W. Hawthorne finish. It didn't take them
many pleasantries
as Key-
-. .481-2932.: 2031NtTRSERY : General Insurance long to catch on, and like true of North Carolina spent atone Heights OE3 Chapter
Fir Casualty Mario the weekend the Oklawaha
fishermen they fishing on
Auto Bonds In the tree half of ,the time. River vlsltng! .Mr. and Mrs, 279 entertained sister officers 8
kestnn. flelghtji 7it-41M Billy Noegel ot other chapters. Worthy $ 1 7 8'8
We all agreed that the next Matron tOoT
C.C..Carries Nursery I trip that they make over here Mr. and .Mrs. Dick HUIlard honored: Mrs.Geraldine Louise Jackson Latti- I REGULAR .

.m_,. 100 FlorahomaXS will be In the Spring when had as guests, Mr. and Mrs.,
more, P..t.!\ of Gainesville 44
S e MB.. 8X1! of Starke I I SCHEDULEOF the fish are ,biting. Ralph Royeter of Dunellon. her $193.7?
as Friend: while Worthy
Mrs. Royster Is the Milliard's
tQirMry Stock Thousand
ee> Plants' A Fruit- Tre. to SERVICES I,I I In My Gainesville mother, and Saturday father night were, dau-goh ter. Friend Patron was Hector Louis Lattlmore.P. Ownbey's. r.i'' .: :: ,i I10:1:11:: '_

.QdAsd from. Nice Shade Trees.brerr visiting Mr. and Mrs. .Johnny Mr. and Mrs. James Klnch .
PARKof I P. of Gainesville 44. Other For The Minded. '
: :* Landscape Ellis Jr. and eating raw OyS- en, sons Jimmy and! Larry friends were from chapters In 4 Economy .. balnetTlll. .T-'Utrt >. 'Waldo -R.....,
I "
FhihtAJ: AH In containers the ters that my grandparents got and Mrs. Veal spent the week- ..Phone. .37II-SHO4. :
Starke Waldo, Mlcanopy, .10.0." ... liut 5. Edcewooil.
r1jant "anytime. Camellias & end at the Kinchen
In Cedar Key on Saturday. Jacksonville and Baltimore I'hon. HHS-O.173
&.MtNA. I PALMSSUNDAYS Sunday morning, my grand- enjoyed some spec fishing. Md. Jx-k.onvllle. 11..') llalnti St..
II PI *< t siTTIM.:
qt' US do ;your landscaping father came down and went{ Red Lee of ,Jacksonville T..p.b.li.. ._'..cp'f'nVIODERN. lt AID Miami.HS.1m71 IM N'.E. isLet IIt..
A 621-1 nil
.S phone 659-2165 ; fishing with Dad, and they spent the weekend with Fred special to each courtesy was extended ;?e= ';: :r::.. ::-;::: : DIShWAShER Urn In. IZU4 14. OrsnKe AveM
11:00: A.M. 7:30: P.M. I got one boss and one jack and Coring Thleman and visiting Friend .... drS5R.I&lleer flim.TIMITOrlanilu.:

UHED .CARS l'' THURSDAYS fish. The fish seem ,to be helped them work; on their who was also presented with a : :: ....":... ... :I. :: ::.:: Phone. 2415444Prnnacola.ISO W. Mlrhlcaa Avf.t
picking little and, I house. gift from 'his or her sponsor. I I Mm*.rllBiH..*.fc..k.>.witi .. 10O 1'':. mount St..
I 7:30: P.M. up a hope Jo Reed, Impersonating Carol l.il.allr*>.arr.iH,.iMrftmmttrf > Hhoa* 4IH-MII2:
:Hanks Used Cars that they will continue to do Pap and Reba Norsworthyspent . .
FUNDAMENTALBIBLE Channing, of"Diamoncia r ll* l f pr bj.Nk.tCKlMtfl $13995 T.rnnn. BS.MI: V. Ituili !it., ItSA-nSl:
a parody .
the ?*>* ttvtrrftr.ilivd W. Palm ....".. 44.21
I!() weekend visiting : : Ok ecno
pIG CASH DISCOUNT TEACHINGAll Are A Girl's Best .. I d r IJnrr. OM/1 I hr ltd.. Phone OB.I-7.NKI
"'TERMS I Roy Griffin of Griffin's friends in St. Petersburg.Mrs. Friend."

BUY -.." SELL TRADE SCT len Held In The : Lodge and Capt. Mclnturf of Helen Lagrosse of The next chapter meeting
Rt.lfloz9O: : J New Bible Center the Naval Air Station In Gainesville spent Sunday with will be held on February 6 I

.p !c"*. .ttO.1 Mile a. 8harta _I Jacksonville fished from 3 to I Owen her Bryant parents Mr. and Mrs. with Mrs. Janet Haynor. Mrs. I I IJ _
6 p. m Saturday and got 2
Mimi Blakely, and Mi',. Jo __
Mrs Anna Rau ho return-I t

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r Ttnm m\Y. JAN. 23. 1968 BRADFORD" COUNTY TEL ORAP11. I STAKKB.' FLORIDA Ruction! 2 Pace S

FOREST SERVICE youngsters from 19 counties) 1 kind acts of sympathy during} I I
REPORTS ON FIRES iJ whq will haveentries In the our bereavement. Our appreciation

NEED READY CASH? 14th Florida Fat Stock Show >cannot be adequately
Six fires were reported by
& Sale In Tampa 'Feb 67. expre8sed.-The Cox family
the Florida ,Forest Service in '
Bradford the Both have completed before BARGAINS BY t {
y County during:
;t4Come See Us! past week, with 99.2 acres> In the Florida State. Fair, with TUB RIGHT POINT far the J

'burned. Since Jan. 1 here have Zach showing the Grand Cham- the war y..u Writ. COllIe lo I
of the show In 1960.
been seven fires with 99.4 acres pion and select your fat erile XS': THE BAG
3y Ib We make loan for last Fat Stock Show
7.t burned, aa compared /with 11 i TERBROOK fountain yea ( ,
any worthwhile purpose fires and 57.8 acres iburned the I grossed $29,775 on 60 steers. TELEGRAPH. ,

Io : r* same period last year. No FULLAT
ZI' rainfall was reported during:; NOTICH I
We wish to thank all nurses
$25 to $600DO the past week I Not IP* It hereby given that
I and members of the medical ftaled bids will be received In
staff of Bradford County Hos- the office of Btmlnecs. !Manager,
:nWARDBROTlIERS! Florida. State Prison, up to and
TO SHOW STEERS pital, and an persons who dd nut Inter him 10:00: A. M., Feb.
many payments nated blood during: : iAToo ? Tom and Zach Edwards, sons Mr. Grocer C. Cox. We are ly 47.000 IbM. Clliiplngrn: mixed,
from Garment Factory Cutting.
of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards sincerely grateful fo friends! Kooin. OUuplnRK offered whore

:. I -Too many bills to Jr., of Starke. are among 1M and. neighbors for their many and an In 8UHJKCT TO YOUR ii: ii -"
cic3t : INSPECTION PRIOR TO UIU- I'rlrtvi Good Thin-winy thru Saturday, January 25 27
DING Bids to lie on form necured .
paytoo' tax, from Buaineiur. Manager" Quantity Rights' Reserved 820 South Walnut St Starke '" '
: many -
Florida State Prison, p. o. Box
& 221, Raiford Florida.. .
: 3. ; 1 coming: due FR! ., FEB. 2 HU FJOH. FEB 5 _1/2G-21 J-I FLA. GRADE 'A' FRESH WHOLE BAGGED ;


Let Us Help With Your Money : '* KIOIIII. (:'1 R RKillTHJI'DICIAI. (,..,IT. IV:
Problems miAiionn (:-O(!\Tr. 19c.
VS ,. .
; 'Ir Cane No 240 SAVE 20c Regular 41>o
226 N. Temple Phone 964.7449 .

The State Defendant.. Of Florida To! I PURE LARD 3 lb. jar 29c SALTINES 19c {
unknown LBVBNBttcidreim I.Imlt 1 with $5.00 or morn order J
r YOU ARE HEREBY notified

,e .-.+ has that been a proceeding brought" :In for the. divorce Circuit SAVE <40c Fyne Taste! Pliofilm Sealed for Freshness Limit 1 with $5 ,or more order

STORM DOOM riu-i, Court for Bradford County Rtlewe.e" wCOFFEE .
IPa4giwoiow COST, Florida. avalnat you. You are
hereby required to file. with
EHCLOSURESt ARNUM the Clerk. of the Circuit Courtyour
-trORM WINDOWS 'OKCH answer o-r other pleadings 29C
In said proceeding and to curvecopy .
...1iZt A w ; Burwell of same Attorney upon for William Plaintiff R., .

")f A I WITH ONI O' l y. 103 North Main Street OlLlne, .. ....
: BAILEY tJd vllle, Florida on or before the
,. "' 10th day of "" '
Herein fall not, or a Default I
jPLEXfI will be entered aRalnst you. MIXES 3 6 oz. pkgs. 25c PEAS or CORN 6 for $1.00 -
LONGER / ford County, Florida thin 23 day i MUFKINH' OR HUSH' Plrpl'IJIJIIX! WHITE' CREAM' STYLE' 1ft oz. CANS I
SHATTIRPROOP.MADT of January, A. D. 1968. I ,
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rpl Justfut Clerk CHAKL.KS of tho A. Circuit DARBY Courts' Sea Call Giwn Label 6>/j Ozx jL'unx SAVE 35c: nun: CHKF SAVE 48o 13ft OZ. CANS

-:It ; andlatkOn'A BY Boulnh M.1/25 MoiHly 4t 2-13 II I TUNA FISH 5 cans $1.00 CHILI with Beans 5 cans $1.00 ';,

O -
In The CircuIt Court (If TkeKUkth "
Judicial Circuit Of SOUTHERN MADE SAVE 14c 5 LB. BAG 7
J .
Florida la And For llrndfordCwnatr.

", 0 a r"4lY U.OO-J.OO.$4.00 ALL SlATS RESERVED(Tax hd.,1 p...1.f ..PERFORMANCES. 2 4:15: a 1:15: ..... C.: .. No.FRA1"lCIS".. R.
; IfSTARKE "t.. ,." 1 10:10 ..... Plaintiff vii JOSEPH:\ 29cZrphyr
SAVE $1 .00 4 I .1:10: a .:" /.m.es QOUT, Defendant. Grits Meal } ;
a .....,.... 4' 1:00: D '::00 .... NOTICE OF- FAL-l or :
kids, under 12 Mq Isb. 5 4:11: 1.11. Fsl.. TO: JOSEPH: FALLOUT .
Pd.-Mat a Eva, Sat. Mum .h Addrraa> And Rouldence
10.3 a Ma.-Mal, scd Iv.4 KMldn.'. ,..... .Apply known.
I You Are Hereby Notified, that I Brand Banana SAVE lie Golden Row Plain or Belf-RlsliiK
an action for divorce has been

BUILDERS SUPPLIES HEMMING TICKETS PARK THE NOW JACKSONVILLE ON SALE AUDITORIUM! required filed against to nerve you a and copy you of your are ,, PEPPERS 22 oz. jar. 15c FLOUR 5 Ib. bag 35c ,. .

written defences, If any, to Iton
THE JACKSONVILLE COLISEUM Eugene F. Shuw, Attorney Troplo lair Crushed, 20 OZ. CANS Dixie", ChiefPORK 16 OZ. CAN ,

r E. Washington St. .J I Mlil ORDERS. ..... ...'..d......... ........ ."..." ....th.. with for 122 Plaintiff South, Walnut whose address Street I., I PINEAPPLE 5 for $1.00 & BEANS 9c ". _
'' m.e.v wr d.v s. arelinl .n. Starke, Florida, and file the I
.10.11" C.II.i.:: 4'; L Ada.. In..t, .. ..' .,' Pi.,,i'zz"o"l, orlftlnal with the Clerk of the .
.above styled Court on o-r before I
1 Foliruaiy 11), 1808, otherwise a FYNE-TEX FULL STRENGTH; SAVE 16c 1 GALLON PLASTIC
Judgment may be. entered
a 'a.lnst you for the relief do. '
mantled. In the Complaint. 'I,
WITNESS my hand and the 1 :
SARI. of laid Court on Jan. 12, BLEACH 29c

I S1SAJ 11188.Charles. A. Darby I

As Clerk Of "Maid' Court !
Free FRIIE Free 1988 Firm publication: January IS, I,

I 1/18 tt 2.9', Bounty Skim' TALL CAN Lyke't I 3 OZ. CAN:;',

I I The Board of County tominlnslonem .
I of Bradford, County,
ON o.v. Florida: will reovlVH sealed. I Keil Bird 4 OZ. CAN 21 OZ. CANVIENNA
w .uve H r bids. at 10:<.n a. nr'n:; the I
S morning February 7, 196S. In I SAUSAGE lOc BEEF STEW 39c
the courtroom In the. court.
.TAMDn""": 10,000 GREEN STAMPS .;:.:..; house for the followingVehicle
Safety Inspection equipment:
.. 1. Brake Taster FROZEN SAVE 33c 2 LB. POLY BAG
2. front End Lift
8. Headlight Teeter

i I 4. Ball joint CheckerSpecifications may be obtain.I .

L ty Board of Commissioners. P, FRENCH FRI ES
O. Drawer B. Starke Florida. 4 FOR
31 1968 The Board Reserves the Right
to Reject Any and or all Bide

( SEAL Charles A. Darby Clerk

In The court Of The County DINNERS 3 for $1.00 BREADED SHRIMP 97c
Judge Bradford County. Florida
In i'robat
In He: Instate of PKO.UOTTL": OF 100
,1'' ,Cordarr Baker
with brand tlelberger.
We're overstocked new
1..ce..MI.. MEAT PIES '. 15c ASPIRIN Limit 2 9cU.

1968 New Moons, Capellas, Sunrises 1 having Tot All claims 1 creditor 1 or and demand parsoas
aa-alnwt said estate: 1
and Bronzewoods You and each of you are here S. FANCY YELLOWCORN
I .
by notified and required to present I
any claim.. and demand
which ypu or either of you, may
1S'I have against the estate n-t Coll-

'I nARY the Deceased County BAKER, late Judge of said UKinERUKR of County Bradford to 10 1 EARS 59c :

I County Florida, at his office, -
In the puurthousa of said county
at Htarke, Florida, within six
Now Is Your calendar months. from the time
I of the flrnt publication of this Quick Frozen Oriwlw 'A' LEAN FIRST CUT RIB a
SAVE up f o $800 I notice. Each claim or demandshall .
Chance To state, the he plan In writing of residence:, and shall and FRYER PARTS 5 lb. box 99c PORK CHOPS lb. 39c

poHt office address of the claimant

the, claimant and shall his be agent sworn, his to. attorney by. INSTANT SHAVE 8"\10:400: SAVE EVERY DAY at FOOD FAIR ..
For A 12-Wide 2 Bedroom and any such claim or -
PRICES FROM 'demand "'
1j\ void. not so filed shall be COLGATE 11 oz. can 39c .
Kitchen 1968 Model /*! Parks !M. Carmichael REGULAR MENTHOL OK LIMB; '
Front Parks M. Carmichael, As Ad.minletratnr -

u 2 9 9, 5 Fully Furnished *- deceased.BAKBR of the Cum Estate HEIBBROEIl 1/4 Testa 4tp of mentoAnnfxo CORDAItV 1-SI. LEAN MEATY WESTERN 5 LBS. AND UP .

Notice FICTITIOt'S Is hereby-. NAME given' that SPACE RIBS lB.25C

We're loaded with late Model Trade-ins and Rcposmakeyour the undersigned In bimlnem, denlrlng under the'to flr-engage -

tttlnus name QUALITY
deal--No reasonable offer refused! PI.UMBtNO COMPANY. o f
own STARKE. 32ft 8. Walnut Street,
Starke Florida Intend to reg- Morrrll Pride RKO. 40o Lll. ROLL S.\VE 20c/) Grrendrll BreadedSAUSAGE
later the said. name with the.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of a 3 Ibs. $1.00 FROZEN CUBE STEAKS Ib box 59c

"Free Delivery & Set-up Within 100 Miles"U. Smith.Bradford B. Smith County and Quincy Florida. Belle John Smoked LIMIT 2SOLID

_114tp 1-' HAM HOCKS lb. 25c OLEO 2 Ibs. 25c

.,.. : "OOE'S COIIITl Htrrak-O-Lran HAVH: Mil- LB. TKNOER: SLICED'
-- -' "
A>I* 1"01&HR"OFORO

r- : In .e: /Ratate of COriVTY. VLA. WHITE BACON lb. 39c BEEF LIVER lb. 39c -

L. Pt'I, ,UM
Mustsur; Phone All creditors of the estate of U. S. NO. 1 WHITE IRISH! 20 LD. BAG
J .
U. S. Hiway Nonnle L. Pullum akaN. L.
I Putliim. deceased. are hereby
) notified and required to file '
.. any claims or demands. which
441 North t' 7522797r'MOBILE they rnay have against said POTATOES >
estate In the office of the coun- 75cCELERY
ty judge of Bradford County,
f IS / 1 1.1. Florida. In the rnurthouss at
HOMES IN'-"j'J StArke.months Florida from, within the six date calendar of.

'."- ... ...... ___ ,.. __ .... .", ... ... the tice.first Each publication claim or of thl.demand no.
must be In writing and must Fresh Crisp Pascal 2 Stalks for 29cSea
state the place or residence -.
and poet. office address of the
LAKE CITY FLA. claimant and must be swornto
by the claimant hi* agent,
or his attorney or It will be-
cnm void according' to law.. Call Green Label 6 1-2 OZ. CANS Fancy Red Eating Or .4 LII. BAG
Jnnnnry li. 19DD.AAKOV .

"Headquarters For Instant Housing" lath First, 1949.publication Aaron 'H.H.on Ilolley HOLLEY January .".1, TUNA FISH 5 cans $1.00 COOKING APPLES 49c "


.. .. .. I'' 201-211,1'rk<\ North Florida.Temple' AveouoMi -
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''rioN il. :PACE 4 "
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immediately -. mez Green and !Mrs. once to- hear that u.ttlel welcome you and hope you cause, It any you' oan why the of JanUttr5r-. D. l95. from the date.of the first pub.llcatlmi ,-
r +t+ T be elected: Mayor, for one limits for six months Sony ; action of thl. court In admitting: IIi 4t 2-1 of this notice Earls
year term; Clerk, one year; prior ;to registration Is :Blgham. Doug Green, son of Mr.I will Like our town. I. laid will to probate nhould. not I claim 01 demand. must state be the In
FAREWELL PARTYMr. 1Iasbeen Pvt. Wlllard Raulerson of atnnd. unrevoked. ...'.. Court In writing: and must >
Marshal one year; and two qualified to register and vote. and: t/Cm./ Stanley Green In 'I'll County; .ud. and of*
councilman for two year incumbent officials are: and Mr I*. Douglasand very sick the last two Fort Sill, Otela., Is spendinga COUNTY/" T. JUDGE A. Yawn, A nil For Bradford Co.a.,, Floe.iIa place flee .address of residence iif the claimant ana

terms. Mayor. M. O. Harrell: Clerk, son. Johnny wertV pleaSantly weeks 15 day leave here with his First publication un January Neater M must be nworn to by the olainv
B'loy.,. Stoke Any person wishing to offer Tommy Cox; Marshal, Leroy surprised Thursday flight Mrs. Ethel Russ spent Wednesday parents Mr and! Mrs. Dick.. 18, 1955.Thomas. .. PHTCHER In re: ,Estate d cpH.ed of ant It his will writ become or his void attorney aacord-

AAAAAA4 1AAAAAAAA4AA4A1 as a candidate must make. a Stokes.. Councilman. O. E. when about 12 young iAople] ) 'with her daughter' Raulerson. When his leave Is 203-205 A:North Pierce Tempi Ave.. NOTICE) TO CREDITORSAll f Ing or; to law.JanuBiv .
entitle f>
written request to the Town Green and'E.' W. Hodge. and adults arrived at their Mrs.. Sonny Dukes In Gaines up, Pvt. Raulerson will be go- StHl-ke Fla. Neater creditors M. petoher.of dcceiiwd. ": 4. 1968.

I CITY ELE", nON Cleric' on or before noon Saturday :PTA MEETING home with refreshments and' a ville. iny to Vietnam. 1/18 4t 2-8 are hereby notified anil required Hnwl PAULK Paulk:, Kxecutrlx OC

Mayor M. O. HarreU has Jan. 27.1eglstration. The Brooker PTA met In. gift of an electric knIfe for Mr. and, Mrs. Rowland Slau- Mr and Mrs. Zedra! Hamilton Iii Tli. Conaty .lad...'* Court; In against to file said any,stut iluliiiH". In or the demand office :HAZRL.the 1 ISstate: of Neater M. Petch-
Feb 13. the Douglas family. The ghter of Detroit, Mich., and are visiting Mr. Hamilton's IlrHd- deceased.
proslalmed Tuesday, books will be the school cafeteria Tuesday And For Bradford County: Flor of tho (county Judge of er.
the 11th
the Townof Young People's IValnlnar' Class Mrs; Edna Hayes and Mrs. sister, Mrs Ida Mae Parrish ford, County, Florida.. In the First publication on
as election dayfor; open until Jan. 27 and will be night with the president W. ida.In re: Estate of NEATE.H! courthouse at Sturke, Florida.within day of January. A. I19'*.
Brooker. Voting will be at located at Green's Store. H. Hayes, presiding.! : Authorization wanted to show' their appreciation ,Stella Lovely of Gainesville and MM. Audrey Mitchell In PETCHEft. deceased .lx calendar. month, 1/11 4t 2t
the Community Center with Those who have not previously! was given to spend $217 far the family's faithful were Sunday dinner guests of Palmetto this! 'week. OTICrH OF PROBATB 1 I ..

Inspectors: as follows: Mrs. registered should do so betore for library books for tbd i service In the church while Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harrell. My son Pat Is nursing a The To. Estate All person Of Said. Interested Decedent:In : DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

Bobby Jones, Mrs. Sam Smith i[I that date. Any entitled school. I here. Mr. Douglas' employment Patty Blgliam pledged Delta,I fractured anklereceived when You are hereby notified thata
And Mrs. Lloyd Wood. j person transferee! him to orlando Zeta ,sorority at Fla. State making his 2nd jump from, an written Instrument purportIng ,
to the refreshments .
right of franchise and After the meeting, to be the last will and testament
I The following officers will who has lived within the town were served, by :MrS where they moved last University in Tallahassee this airplane. He is in Mainz Germany of said decedent has, STARKE PHONE 961-6200
Friday They will be greatly with USA airborne division. been admitted to probate. In.
do week.Mrs. Cox and Lam. sure he would en- this court. You are hereby commanded HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176
., missed In Brooker. and we Tommy son within six uilendar) KEYSTONE -
4 hope they can return soon. Brad. wete visiting Mr. and joy hearing from all his month from the data. of the
HUNTERS ENTERTAINED Mrs. :Bay Holloway in Alachua.I friends In Bradford County.His publication of this notice to appear Rental I Services'
In this court and show
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dyal an' entertained the deer hunters Springs Monday.Mr. Castlen. BA 12898983, HHC Action of this court in admitting HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS

of this section last Saturday and Mrs. L. Hardee of 1-509th ARm :Inf., APO 00185. not stand said will unrevnkrd.S to probate. should .

night with a delicious barbe- Jacksonville1 were.vlsltl 11 Mrs. Mr. and! Mrs. H. H. Mott / T.otN YAWN' I CRUTCHES
Zelte Rause visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ken JUDGE
cue supper at their home on Sunday. were .
First publication on llth day
Dedan Church Road. Each: Eric Tomllnson attended a Jackson in Lake City Sunday I .

family brought a covered dishto birthday party for Carol Red- afternoon.Mr.' .

serve with the barbecue. dish lit; Sta/rka./ Saturday night. and :Mrs. R.; Or Crosby
BUILT WHERE This is an annual event after Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Norris and Mrs. Velma. Slaton of .._ o. :- u ..

YOU WANT TO LIVE.I each. hunting season, and all of Lacrosse and Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville and: Annie Sullivan .
the hunters and their families Larry Rogers! of Alachua were of SavannaOh, Oa. were .
NOT WHERE THE DEVELOPMENT ISJ! look forward to It. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tim I visiting Mrs. Mae Mott, Mrs, Li: :.' .4l'.2

BIRTHDAY PARTY Rogers Sunday. I Nora Sapp, and! Mr. and :Mrs. -.--.-.----_ .
When Jim Walter's your builder. you don't have to build in a development Miss Cherie Hinton celebrated M. 0. Harrell was visitingMr. Eugene Crosby Tuesday': -. III 0l

or near a city, or even on a paved road to be eligible for full her 12th birthday anni- and> Mrs. J. C. Harrell and

t 100% financing. Walter will build a new home almost anywhere versary last Saturday night, family and Mrs. Ann Harrell I I
for qualified property owners and finance it 100%. with party and weiner roast In Gainesville Sunday. A classified ad In the Telegraph -!
orbigi results.
You need no cash I at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Annie- Hall of Miami I

1L1Il.e.1. Tommy Cox. The carport was I and; Mrs. Eva Crawford. of I I

-' decorated! with a color schemeof Lake Butler were visiting Mr. In County Sod*.'. Court. IB
And For Bradford (;ouot,..: ,
___________ orange yellow, and white. and Mrs. Zedra Hamilton Florida.In .
_ and also the birthday cake. Sunday. I re: Rutatoof. ALIVE' KITE \l/
". : L Belay games were played and Eddie Douglas of Atlanta de""a.l.
It Ga. spent. the weekend here! NOTiCE! TO CRI5DITOHS
enjoyed outside by the 20 All creditors of the estate. of
i1IM guests. Mr and Mrs. Cox were f with his parents, Mr. and Alice Kite, deceased are herhyriotlflpd .:
-- assisted by Miss Shirley GreenIn Mrs. H. C. Douglas. lm"a' required: to file I
demands which
any or
serving. /Mrs. Eva Harrell and Baud they may have. against Raid
1' FARM BUREAU MEETS Crews were visiting Mr. and state In the office ,of the
county Judge of Bradford County .
The Bradford!) County Farm Mrs. Wallle Crews In Melrose Florida. In the courthouse "
1 Bureau had a meeting and Friday.Mr. at Starke, Florida, within six
I chicken Brook and Mrs. Jimmy Damp- calendar months from the date i
at the NJOY
:_. supper of the first. publication thin : OUR THRIVIN'DRIVEIMF
er School Cafeteria last Saturday ier of Gainesville Mr. and notice. Each claim or demand
night with about 250 Mrs. Dick Tetatone of New must he In writing and' must i F
state the place of residence andpost '
attending. Most of the compliments River antf Karl: Tetstone of .
address of the clalm-t
Build the Jim Walter way went. to ,the lunch Gainesville were visiting :Mr. Ant and must be sworn to by i Our quick drive-In teller window
service is thriving
and Mrs. George Tetstone the claimant his lucent br bill -
room workers for the delicious -
it's wise hot rolls that were served. Sunday attorney according, or to It Jaw.will, became void in all sorts of weather! Delighted depositors -

It's wise to choose a builder with a flexible homebuilding plan which corf. be made to fityour. PERSONALSWe Billy) Cold'trailn of Silver January. 11 tl1.NewmnnIXTOISra IflSS.Txmlne simply drive right in bank without even

'financial requirements -Instead of trying to stretch your budget. The unique Jim are sorry to learn that Lake visited his sister and NEWMAN, J3xl>Piltrlx getting out of their cars and whisk to
Walter homeowner's plan is designed to help get the home need while still maintaining Mrs. Alice Edwards is 111 and brother.m-Ia.w. Mr. and Mrs. of the. Estate of Alice work away
you you I Kite, deceased.. shopping, or taking the kids to school! Wh
is now at the home of her Tetstone Sunday. )
your budget. You may purchase your new home built to virtually any stage of First publication on January I
completion from the basic:; shell home to one 90% complete offering you the opportunityto daughter, Mrs. Virginia Kelly Sunday dinner guests of 18. 1968.THOMAS. I don'tyou join 'em RIGHT NOWIFLORIDA!
in Keystone.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Shurley Tet ft: PIERCE
make big dollar savings by doing all or any part of the Interior finishing that you wish. 203-20(1( North Temple Avenue I
stone Richard '
Floyd Parrish has beena were Mr. and Mrs. -
You may purchase interior finish materials from Jim Walter and Install them yourself. Starke, Florida '
Nipper of Colorado
patient In the University 1/18 4t 2-8 :
purchase them Installed by Jim Walter. or make your own arrangements for Interior com Medical Center, but is back Springs, Colo., and Mr. and I
pletion. It's up lo you. Whether you choose the basic: shell home or one 90% complete, you home now. Mrs. Steve Nipper of Starke. In And County; For: Ilrailford Jurtico'i Court.(; !. I

can be sure of getting top quality at the lowest possiblo price. It's what you expect when Mrs. W. E. Lowry suffereda Visiting In the afternoonwere Florid. ,..

you build tho Jim Walter way. stroke recently and is now Mrs. Elrwood Heaters and rcnW In ,res deceased Estate of oa8'1

\ at home but cannot get about. daughter of Gainesville.' Rich- To NOTICE All Persona OF PROBATE Intere '\ 28'; :T41rm1tU-ii\ ( :\ ; ': { (' : -

The RETREAT The LEISURE Her Daughters Mrs. Eunice ard Nipper has just finishedhis The Estate Of Said, Decedent: .
-We.bndsYc tions 'Retirement Montgomery of Valdosta, and stay tn the service with I You are hereby notified that. I -- j
Mrs. Eva Montgomery of Adel.) Uncle Sam, and he and: his I a written Instrument purporting I II .-
Don't "wail until next again! I I
year to be the last will and
100% financing ii available Oa., came and took Mr. and, wife will make their home In testament of ...Id edtnt hari Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
now I Starke. Mrs. will be, been admitted, to in
Mrs. Lowry to visit with them! Nipper probate
of"S' _ .
en Jim Walter's complete line for about a week, but they remembered as the former'I this. court. within You are six hereby: calendar commanded One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Groiro

SECOND HOME have :now returned.Mr. Shirley Ann Tetstone. months from the date of the I
COTTAGES/ Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Tetstone first publication of this notice
t and Mrs. Sam Crutch- I tn nt!'!pefir In thin conrt and show _._
and and Mrs. Edd Polk _
family --- --
Call. Write or Com* 6tf Today. field and family of Gainesville !!- ---- .
were visiting Bert Stokes In
were Sunday dinner
___ Starke Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
_ l JIM WALTER CORPORATION guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loyd \
and Mrs. Kenneth Buss

/ ,, ., t would like to know mom about your building and 1 families Barry. That went afternoon to Jacksonville both and son, of Gainesville, were I

____________.__I_________________________________________ financing plan. Pltaio land,, m> a free catalog. I am I to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ray- visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Going Gone !
OPEN 5UNDA5 Interested In a. .. I mond Crews and Mrs. Mattle Atkinson and Casey Atkinson Going

D Home Q CollageNAME Barry who has been quite 111 Saturday.Miss .

._ _ I for several.! months. She Is now Muriel Mann has just

JACKSONVILLE\: FLORIDA 32205 I ADDRESS_............ _ I staying with her daughter. returned from spending a
I CITY _STATE_ _ Mrs. Crews, In week with her sister and bro-
3281 West Beaver Jacksonville. .
Street I I T.I.phon.l ___ Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwards ther-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Le For the past six years, only once a year for this Sale of all
F. O. Box 6318 'Phone 388-1583 muel Griffin, In Bell.
J My located t-. County. I of Jacksonville'
property spent Sunday
\ \
___ J Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Griffin
Sales New & Used Mobil homes.
,'-- -- -_ ../ with Mr. Edwards' mother of Bell were visiting Mr. and on
__- ._-- i i Mrs. Lottie Edwards.I .
----- :::i .TT ..-.----:-- .- -::- ___ Mrs. A. I. Mann and family

Saturday.Mr.. and. Mrs. Herbert Nor- Lucky Great Lakes Mobile Home Buyers Saved up to $$1,500

man and family of Starke
I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYnu were visiting !Mrs. Norman's

Sunday.mother), Mrs. Lottie Jones, 1968, THE GREATEST, MOST SAVIN G SALE OF THEM ALL

_Mrs.L ...Hazel Shivers- ofuamesvme
: spent last Thursday -

AUTO SALES Farm and Industrial MEN'S WEARSTAG Office Equipment with Mrs. Lottie Jones- You have never seen so many shapes, forms and modelsof

Equipment J I 'N DRAG Charles Mrs. Lila Sauls Sauls of Gainesville and. Mrs. 1968 Mobile Homes Campers, 10-wides, 12-wides,

BRASINGTON Stanley Coats Blacker Sport Hancock Office were ryman visiting Saturday.Mrs. Mrs.. Brook Per- 24-wides 1,2,3 & 4 bedrooms.

S Arrow Dress Shirts Beady Connerly of
S Puritan. Sweaters Equipment8mithCoronaAuthorjzed Hague and Mrs. Mae Mott All tni* .with the same greater than ever FactorytoYouPrices
S I'eters Jackets were dinner of :Mrs.:
SALES ft SERVICE Inc. Ladles SportswearTwo :. Mattie Sowell Monday.Mrs. that have made Great Lakes Mobile Homes

Fine Selection of Used Can Store Dealer Estell Tillmani of the Mobile Home Shopping Center of the South.
Taken On Cadllloo Trades FORDFarm 13 W. University. Gainesville Oar7VloCo.rotalllAdding Gainesville was visiting her I ..

2001 N.W. 13th. Kb 441 Tractors &: ImplementsFord and Galnenvllle Mall Machines. OaIcuJatonBAImSSERVICBRENTALB mother. Mrs. Mae Mott, Prl- -
PHONE 378-0301 : :

USED Industrial EQUIPMENT Equipment MOBILE HOMES SAVE TIMID msoos* ;J'OIrequlnmeote day.Mrs.. V. C. Robinson spent T[ ?re is no way fo list/ all th e Close-out Bargains, but .

MUSTANG with as first. several days last week with
SALES PART SERVICES I 528 N. :Mala Bt. Galnssvttl Mr. and Mrs W. M. Kelley here few.
CRANELuiLOLNMERCtTflY> are just a
PICK UP & DELIVERY I Mobile Homes, Inc. Phone 376-5381 and family] in Madison.Mr. .

and Mrs. James Robinson -
Gainesville's Discount Mobile
4488 N.W. Sixth Gainesville
Authorized Sales & Service Phone 376-2548 Home Sales Lot. of Lake City and Mr.I New 1968 2-Bedroom 12-wide 1952 30x8 bedroom Colonial
2201 N. Main St., Gainesville Purchase discounts on entire PAINT & GLASS and Mrs. W. K. Kelley and ,

Phone 372-4371 chain guarantee huge savings. family of Madison were weekend -I Only $2,988 No reasonable offer refused.
guests of Mr. and Mrs.C. .
Crane ImportsVolvo PACEMAKER Liddell Paint & V. Robinson and family.
Used Mobile Homes Low Mr. and Mrs. James Roy
Hardly Used 1967 65x12 3- bedNew 1968 Thunderbird Travel
MO Austin Healey Priced. With approved credit Glass Stalnaker of Gainesville were
& Paris Co.
Johnson Inc.
608 low (100 the weekend guests of Mr. .
E. University, Gainesville as down. room Parkwood ;- A Cream Puff. Trailer Only $1,387.
Phone 372-4251 4820 N.W. 18tb St. Ml North and Mrs. C J. Stalnaker.
Complete Line of Olaee-Mlrrors Buffing DoorTub -
Gainesville 378-1346 Jack Tatter of Palatka was' Only $57.50 down.
SEEDSPLANTS.InsecticidesPet Enclosures-Shower!: Door
Iteflaty Academy IUppUNFERTILIZERS!! CALL COLLECT! Furniture TopsWindowsWindowsAwning visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul Famous Spanish Van Dyke, 64x12

POWELL'S MOVERS Emory Would and like family to last remind Friday.all Clean as a Pin, 52x10 2bedroolT3BR\ 2 full baths Only $5,447.

Beauty We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Long Distance Moving Wallpaper Storefront our community of the services Parkwood $48 down This you have to see to believe!
AcademyLearn each
I 224 N.W. 8th Ave. Local Drayage 118 N.W. Sixteenth St.! week at the Brooker
a Profession In Your' GAINESVILLE 37J-S181' Baptist Church and Invite you
Storage Packing; -Crating
Spare Time. Full or Part Time PHONE 372-0476 to come and worship with us.

DAY ft EVENING CLASSES Gainesville Fla. FREE ESTIMATES Shipping CALLHILL'S I Sunday school begins at 10 LAST BUT NOT LEAST a 20-w ide New Armor, 2-BR. Looks just
Low Tuition Terms SEWING MACHINESNational I a. m., and; morning worshipat
219 N.W. 10th Ave. 11. Sunday evening Training -
like a house below cost $4,805.00.
Gainesville S78-2766' LADIES WEAR Van Service Inc. ', Unions at 8 p. m. with way
ELECTRIC 8340 N.E. Waldo Rd. Sewing nesday evening night worship prayer at 7.service Wed! COME ONE, COME ALL JANUARY 1968 IS THE TIME!
BIOTORSELECTRIC Gainesville 372-4271
Cherry'sGainesville's begins at 7:30.: Starting this
MUSIC Machine Co., Inc. week we will study the life yr .1.--.r--.wv-
) "
Most Fashionable of Christ from now until I POREATV R
Dealer for TAKES U.S. 41 North
See The
Address For Ladies Lipham Music Co. Easter.
Motor Repair Co. ,t __ j
Gainesville Ctr.' Pfaff -New Home- Neloo We are happy to have Mr. -n- I
Of GalneavtUe Inc. E8SES-SU1TS-COATS 372-5353 Good Used and Repossessed and Mrs. Aubrey Green and Good GuysIn -,. miC ; Lake City, Fla.
RepairingRewindingNew : Models family to our town. Mrs.Green I. Befo
110 N. W. 10th AvenosAuthorized move

'- WORK GUARANTEED and Used Two Stores Baldwin Pianos Organ Sales-Repairs Makes the former will be Alice remembered Lappe as of The :' :mODii 0 C UQJ1I \\ C:. I Phone

2816 N. W. 13th St. Guitars Gibson Goya I Budget Terms Available Starke. The Greens have five White Ties : ;. o \.. 7522661s
Gainesville, Florida 7 W. University Gainesville 811 W. University. GslnesvOs children Dixie, Roger. Ronnie \13' .I0..0'.. It,\ "; t. ,&!
Phone 372-8313 & Gainesville Mall Drums Ludwig Sllngerland c 379-1305 -- : ------ .-- _-.-
Feuder Standard Amplifiers and Connie, who attend I -

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,..In,4,, ...!'SECTION! i-PACE BTVK mtADFfmn" f1TWlV VKi,."ymAin. IITARKK.. nxmroA T..V..II.... JAN. 25. 1988
, Services Held Henry C. Adams; one con I children.% FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH __ -

,nd JamS A. Haeen of Jackson Funeral services were held STARKE ....
m- For Mrs.
yule; four daughters Mrs. at 11 a.m. Thursday in the Sunday School, 9:45: a. ,Jn. -
'Y.d.. New River A.S. Laird fit. Matthews! B.C.; New River Baptist Church Morning Worship, 11 a. m..
Mrs. O.W. MarsWbuni' Talla- With Rev. 'Lonnle Parker officiating1. -' sermon: "Righteousness Ex- I

Mrs. Ruby Kelly Adams 11, 'hassee; Mrs. Anp peVane :Wil- Interment was In' alteth A Nation." Community &

ofh ot Charleston' Heights, B.C., I llama Bonifay; and Mr : E.H. I New Jve.r'Cfcrnetery with De- Chorus Practice in choir room

died Monday afternoon In.. Summcrville. I Meadows. Jacksonville; four, Witt C. Jones Funeral, Home 3 p. m. Training; Union 6:15.:
th S.C. Born %In Brad. I I brothers, HXJ. Celly, Lwwtey; In charge of arrangements. Evening Worship. '7:30.: sermon -

'-1 ford County on August 2. 1890, I I Grady Kelly, YankeetownJ; I! : "The Power That Cameat
- she 'was tha daughter of the Percy Kelly,, Winter Jla-ven. Funeral Services Pentecost." -

late David W. and Margaret and Eustace Kelly. Keystone'; Held Monday -Jl. A. meeting 5

Colson Kelly. She was a member Heights; two Bister, Mrs.' ''t v *2 Saturday! p. m. Youth Choir Practice, ..7o.

of the Charleston HeightsBa'Dt1st Roy Tomllnaon Ocala. Also For G.. C. ox.Cleveland .. m. I "
Church. I i; surviving are fight"grandchil; Tuesday Junior Choir,, eq
Surviving Is her husband, dren and seven great-grand-} ,' Oroyr ::I \ Co, 82, Sunbeams 3:30: p. m. Primary BAYLESS HIGHWAYJBAPTIST RAIPORD BAPTIST NORTIISIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAVTISTCHURCH ..

-'. I of Hampton; CHed;: Tues., Jan. Choir. 4 p. m.Wednesday CHURCH cn VEI CHURCH CHURCH
la.. In a Stark "hospital after Prayer MeetIng Schedule of services: Sun, I
Sunday School. 10 Sunday School 13 a. m.
a. m.;
That'8 Our Bsirvc : Schedule of services: Sunday Sunday School 10 a. m
GLASS W) extended, illness. Born In 7 p. m. Church Choir Morning Worship Service, 11 day School 9:43: a. m Morning Morning Worship. 11 a. m.,
School 10 a.m. Worship 11 Morning Worship 11 a. m4;
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Sty/Me'teeach, C. on Feb. Practice 7:45.Thursday Worship. 10:45: a. m., ;
tThIo and 7 7 Rev. Xeland A.
m.; 6-30 p. m -
34, a88SYhe A. a.m.: and 7:30: p.m. Training Evening Worship! 8 p. In.' _
CALL. WRITE VISIT was a retired Weekly Bible Training' Union. 6:45: m., Baker,
or p. m.; Evening Worship 7:30: p. pastor. Prayer Meeting WednesdaJ-
6:30 Rev. Jack :
farmer and a member of thegajrpton Class! 10 a. m. Visitation 7 : p-m. .
FOR ANY GLASS EED :Baptist Church. p. m. ;J. m. Stolte pastor.KINGSLEY Evening Service 7:43.: Mid-,' Thursday Visitation 10a. ) 8 p. m. Sing caJOn Friday at. :
Prayer Meetinft. Wtxt.. t:3no. : week Prayer Servli. Wed m. and 7 p. m. p. m. Rev. Harvey' .Lane pas
- We Design-!; Modern Store Fronts JBurylvlnj are Ala wife Leila MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL m.; 0. A. .l\I! etlng. Weil., LAKE nesday 7:45: p. m tor. :
Cox: six daughters 7:30: p. -Da.; Choir Rehearsal BAPTIST CHURCH'" NEW KIVER BAITIS1 U
f. Jim Mail Us A l* Hem For Mrs. Aleen Call. and': Mrs. Wed., 7:30 trcther:: SMYRNA MISSIONARY
: m.
"Janle Sunday-9:45: a. m. SundaySChool. p. ; Sunday school 0:45: ... m. CALVARY BAPTIST :
flick boCh of Ham.p- Sunday: School. 10 a. n.
11:00 hood meeting last BAPTIST CHURCH
: a. Morning
m. Morning Worship 11 a. m.
,I tOil. .:4ra. AJjiftle* Tyler. tarke; Worahi;?, 6:00: ) p. m. Training In eaci. month. Kv. David Training Union 6:18: m. 63. W. Pratt St. Sundao Morning Worship t II a. m. Sunday, School. 10 8. m. :

SHEA'sTabGiA Mfy., Evelyn. picks and Mrs.Jhei Union 7:00: ) p. m- Evening: Medelr.>s. pastor.? Evening Service 7:30: p.p. m. services: Sunday -School 10 Training Union 'j p. m. Evening Morning .Worship, 11 a. m :
S' CO.) .Coje/naji, 'tooth of Jacksonville I ,
( ; arid JVlra. Zolma Gour3ey Worship. Midweek Prayer Service' a. m. Preaching. 11 a. m. Worship 8 p. m. Training union, 6:30: p. m

S JUfcke" Worth Wednesday 7:30: Prayer HOPE VAPTlSff .CHURCH Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Coma Training Union 5:45: p. m.' Wednesday night service Livening Service 7:30.: Pray**,
"If It's.Class! We linn ) ; sons Services. 1st 7:30: m. Everyone welcomn.L. Meeting
It Frank and 3rd Wednes- let us worship together. Evening Worship, / p. m p. Wednesday 7:3P:
1313 N.W.4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone! FR2Z3 Woodrow Cpx.. t)1c. Fort Lake Geneva McCoy; nlgftt-7:00: ..p. m. Family nUlI'br: 103 at 1'bereuaJ"Wld"y } Everyone welcome. .- ElderA. ; L. Parker. pastor.ClItTII'JI p. m.-Rev.. H. H. Butler
$ ;
Night. School 10) a. m. CINE LEVEL BATTIS'i' O. Flynn. pastor. pastor.:
..I.jffiarl C.OX. };ampton. Grover OF ChRISTSunday
Morning) / Worship 11 ...
CT: JCoX3t.. spring-field. Va.; m Sunday School. 19 a. in
SAVE $ $ $ SAVE $ $ $ SAVE $ i { y'rr:$ Ray Cox, Starke; and Robert Training Union-8:30: p. m. Morning/ WorshJ 11 .. m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN : Bible Study 10 IJEILBnONN BAPTIST

.CWr, oran,.. Park. Also sur- Mr. and Mrs. John Daniel' Evening Worship 7:15: Pre-Servioes IBoos'/er' bane. Sunday Sjhonl. 9:43: a. m.; Miming Worship tlid Sunday 'ScbMOl '..::45 a. a.
'Ir\bg}\, are *5 grandchildren, visited Mrs. Daniel's mother 0-.t tit- Young people and! fray. I a. .II.Mom.lng Communion Service 11 a. m. Mornlilg''.Wor"oJp,: ,11 a. m

"SAVE MONEY! .l0d' '21 greapan&bLldren.Funeral MJS. Clara Olson in Baptist Wednesday Nigni :--ayer Service]. 6 P. a.. Evenliu Worship 11 a. m.I Evening services 6:30.: Training( Union.' 8:30 p. in. .A.

I services were held Memorial In Jacksonville on, Services: 7:30: p. m. Rev Worship. '7 ?. m. Midweek I 1 I I Youth fellowship 6 p. m. Wednesday Worship servo i Tralnlrig: reunion, 7:00: p. m. ....

.Sunday ,Merle Packham, pas or. Choir Practice Wednesday. Evening- 8erv.*. ":00. :.
at 1 : Midweek -
p. m. Saturday la Service. W..ttr'lAfOt1. 7:30 I I tee
I 'Mr. : p I 1' 7 p. m. Minister jack P. ,
: and Mrs. Floyd Futch la .. .
High Quality--Low Prices Memorial: Chapel with Dr. Bob m. E. R. Bowers. D. D. { p.m.ev. I Prayer Service. 1':31
and children BETHEL I 1 I bell.
Lee I
Vi' -u I Gray and Rev. Melvin: !Hamelofficiating. R 01 Robert D. Surch. p. m. WedneaJ&y.! 7:
PRICES Green were visiting Mrs
Interment was in '"
$2 995 Sunday
Oteen's School 10 a. m
START AT the in brother. George Prescott ---- .
family plot Hampton -
Morning .
I in the Lake City Veterans Worship 11 a. m 4.
;l On Cemetery! \ with DeWlft C. Jones JIoplta1., Evening: Worship '!.so iAn -
Large, 2-Bedroom Funeral Home in charge of p. m -
03I I Mrs. Dorothy White Is visiting Prayer Meeiins.; : 7:30: p m a.. f..m
Investment In Your Future
: 12-Wide MOBILE HOMES pallbearers WOregrancsons her aunt. Mrs. Victor' Wednesday.-Rev. J. C. Hes
Wilde. In Miami. ters, pastor.
I : of the deceased.LAWTEY. ,

SHOP Then Come See. (Usf q Cq.................. Is Mrs.visiting pearl Mrs.Booker George or Roberts Deland CHURCH OF GOO ATTloo goooom oo ;

:> for a few days..
< ... 422 N Clair 8x., Starkb.
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wilkison Sunday JHM %IM Ml Mi MtMl
School. 10
00 a. m.
wor.1 I
a* Jr.with and her children brother spent Bill Sunday Willis p.ship m.Services YPE' 11 a. m. ::: .... <:::.,* m*::: : :::: m ;:;'$ *:$i'::1;;:; '*:'$;:::::'::'':::'::1;': : m:W;:: $i$;*:: >srm;; .::!:,!: I .:
Wednesday 7 ,
p. :::: : /
Vi' WSi By Eaza Blanchard and family In Manor Ga. Prayer Meeting Friday. 7 m'l 1.

> With other members of the m.-Rev. L. Et Williams past I :
&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&4.4ACHURCH family, they gathered to attend or. .. I I BEACHED. f:1
63 BDXANZA1 ACTIVITIES the birthday party of the t :

ilJH 3 M BILEtlt lJUd School Grace 9:43:Methodist' a. m.. Worship- Sunday 11 young;Friends son are Andy.pleased to have NORTUSKDlC IJ'I'.n I I and forgotten! fIi Fl :

... Located on :
BayioM *nr.hway '
a. m. The WSCS met Tuesday and Mrs. Eugene Pearson
evening of last, week at the residing in their home again. tSR. [ISR. 323))at Ralf"r>i Rose, I This old forgotten boat Is almost buried in the reeds. Can this boat in an/ I :
OPEN r1rt OPEN Albert Services: Hund
home of Mrs R. E. Lee. Sappeafield visiting
was -
First his School, .O) a. m. &unda ij!! way be compared to our talents? What of these talents that God has given :
SUNDAYS A// WEEK DAYS E"'I Baptist brother MathlaaSappenfleld. I 1{ :
1TOS 8T08 < Sunday School 9:45: a. m. In Brunswick Oa. Morning; Worship I n a n- ?1:I' us? Have they been beached forgotten buried? t1: .

Worship 11 a. m. and 7 p. m., on Sunday. Enroute home he Training Union. 6:30: p rr. ,
;illi; I leaven us to help in this matter of creating better world
i iICO Training Union 6 P: m.. Mid- stopped by to see his friend Evenlnll Service 70.:? MIl expects a 1* :

week services Wednesday 7 p.: Elroy Jilght who hfts been ill, Wtea Prayer Seryice. Weda' ; M'1'::: where brother helps brother by using to the fullest extent the talents 1 le f1: _

m. and found him getting on day 7:30. -Rev. Ofonn I\\. M1! has bestowed
I upon us. God always' provokes :and prods mankind to do Kd :
I Church of God: Sunday hon. pastor.DEDAN .
School 10 a. m., Worship 11 well.Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leo I good works and accomplish great things.And He says that if we dedicate :W: ;..: I

w W I a. m. and 6 p m.. YPE Wednesday -' Dyal during\ the week were BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH It::i!I 1 ourselves to this matter He will help. But the decision to use our talents :: i '. :s
> 7:30: p. m. Prayer :Mr.'Dyal's mother Mrs. Neta
.. > < meeting Friday 7:30: p. m. Dyal, of Starke. his ,sister, Sunday School. )10 l a. m. :: and develop( them is our choice. .::ifi

"The Area'sTargjefet"' Volume Dealer" School 9:45: a. m.. ..Worship. *ce j) r .JQIr.fIDrL; : d' Training union 6:30 p. m. ..
Choir children of Gainesville. ''Evening Service, 730.: Rev. f,1j1j,! :: you use there l1i1ts! He has ttiv. -iiJij .
a. m. and 7:30: p. m., ',. ,,'- .' .'Ioio ..;
W* 4131 N. W. 13th treet ... practice 6:30: p. m., Prayer ''Mrs. Alma Starling of Ocala Lacy Conway pastor. ji..... ,M...' ...

GAINESVILLE FLA. meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. m. and her son-in-law and ::::::: '' ::'>::1rt :::: r', _-
SOV. We regret to note that Mrs. daughter. and Mrs., J. O. BOATDRAIN BAPTIST "
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W Just Look For The Tall Cowboy ;.. Effle Miner, who has .been Morris of Dunel1 n were Sunday CHURCH STARKB jl {\ J p '
< with her son-in-law and visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday School 10 a.m. c iIr t'i1Jii! ::
.. Phone 372-4285 rIl daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Frank I James Rosier. Mrs. Starlingand Morning Worship 11 a.m. J

2L Wells has contracted double I Mrs. Rosier are ,sisters. Training Union 8 p.m. Evening 111111! ,.;\ ,. ll! ijil ;
pneumonia and Is a patient I Miss Gertie Faye Cruce of Worship 7 p.m. Prayer ::i ::u: U
SAVE $ $ $ SAVE $ $ $ SAVE $ $ $ .SA VE $ Meeting, Wednesday 7 [ :'::ili ,, % : ::M1? :
in' a Leenburg hospital.I Il | Gainesville spent the weekend p.m. <::::::via: "' 7l. h:: ..: ..
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with her parents Mr. and @:::(:, t I
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Mrs. Frank Cruce and. other Churoh Of Jesus Christ OfLatterday :,j: 1, t: W1 l :J ',::::::::.. S
relatives. I Saints li:: ::: IN Oiunh Is Gods oppelnltd' ogonqr In Ihllv p. wI'V '- ::1::::,

JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORYUIO Mr. and Mrs. Wallen Sapp [rug East: Call St.] i1 ,ld 'for..p"adlnllho lirawlidgi ol Hit I... Jiii1
l an!, daughter of Jacksonvillewere Services: : t:i lot nan and of Hit dimond(III(man'lo mpond. ._ _ :::: i
Saturday dinner guests Priesthood. 8:45: ; Sunday : ::ldf; 'A'{'( l 10 'that' lOll by loving lilt nilghbor. Wilhouln A' <" 'it::

of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schocl II)::00. Sacrament <::;::::*;, this grounding l la 'Ihi 'I...of Cod, no govomimnl ::1 :':::'::l
I ::::!i:'e t of llfo"ft will I 1 .' '
Pearce.Mr. 11:00.: : : :: or wxlily or way 545 _ :::::"
\ Sales &: service ril. ;!. ______________
ELECTRIC MOTORS PIANOS and Mrs. H. C. Harley Branch President : pon' and Iho'Irmfora which wi hold M ___________ !NJ:

LANDROVER were visiting Mrs Harley's Dean! Hanson, 064-6278. :!:1..:.::..:.::.:.: .f'i door will 'Imvlloblf ,"Ioh.' Diorofon, ovon ._ _ _ .::..:.:.::..::..:

For Musical Advice brother, Willis Starling' and I :W.it: r:" 'fro'lII' Hldifi otlnl, of vhs,....ihould luf' 'port. :' ___________________i1!:?!:
Peavy Brothers C. CARTER NICE FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD h::: 4. Iht Churdi, for Iho lako ol'riio Vilforo of himHlf i4 :::W:1:
family In Baldwin on Sunday. : _ _ _ _
The World's Finest In Electric Co. Visitors of h# tn<1 ponon ihggld' uphold ond padIdpcfslsChfthteSs4ltkII4IhsItvthUI I) 3
4 Wheel Drives ELECTRIC 110TORSSoldBervleedRepalred Pierce Crews during the week West Weldon St. and Ital- :, i: ,, ._____ l M
Sold and Serviced byRnhert' were Mr. and Mrs. Waldo ford Road. :it h: :, "
Chevrolet Pringle of Auburndale Mr. ::::,,1i# ,,,,',Hfo,d. lh and d"oy/'ho" ;', truth which 4'; tim
Generators-Startera. Sunday School: 10:00 ,
Green Cove 3033 : a. m r1'' .10.. will Ml' him.tin to n.i at I dill oltod. .
Springs Established 1948 and Mrs. D. L. : 'iJ.
Alterations Shaw of LaCrosse : 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship; :?: _ :ii !
Jacksonville 2O1-9CUO Armature Rewinding Chtckeriiter* & and Mr. and Mrs. W. 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00p. : '=:W.;: c rJ _\.FI .- tt:
4044 Lenox Ave.T5..Irunnv41e Other Name Brands H. Richardson of Orange m. Evangelistic Services. f.. >:n:-- } =*u}:: c:: J .::
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q7.32R! PIANOS CONN ORGANS Wednesday 2- (.I"..*.....- III l_ I :
Park.Mr. : 7:30: p.i. Mid- :
JEEP 265 I Park Jacksonville 888-8519 and Mrs. Edwin Padgett Week Prayer Meeting. .s '*c..A4v........ "' 'k-,..' _. 1 ''"'"tk'1'..::<.:..:.
Vehicles MOTORCYCLES were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Pastor: Rev. George Green .::. ...: = -:1: .'1::.. ::<
weep \V fonecr Station .PICTURE>> FRAMES; Joe Padgett! In Jacksonvilleon Jr.

I Jeep Wagons Universals) I HON DAMOTORCYCLES PICTURE FRAMING Mr.Sunday.and Mra. Pierce Crews FIRST METHODIST 7lau Feature Published in the Interest of a Better Community by the Follow.

UNFRAMED PRINTS .attended the funeral of Lewis
Jeep Gladiator Truck ALL MODELS CHURCH. STARKE faff Civic-Minded Business Firms
Author!"?"*"*] Service' SPILLERS'GALLERY Clemmons at New Hope Sunday .
M Church
Church last Saturday after-
Approved Parts Open a A.M. f P.M. 0:45: A m.; Morning Worship FAULKNER STARKE
S \Vheol VIva 2 \.Thucl l noon. I Edwards BUiLDERS
Tues.. Wed.. Th..r*., FrU 11 am.; Snack Supper for Grocery &
Drive 103. : Park. 6t--In Five Points ''Mrs. V. L. Starling gavefamily % SINCLAIR SERVICE
Open A.M. P M. p. m.; meetings,
EDDIE BLAND Cloned SundaA Monday Jax 333-8351 observance dinner of on Mr..Sunday Starling's In 6:30: p. m.; Evening Worship, Mkt. SUPPLIES !nc.Featuring .
MOTORS Inc birth:Jay!' anniversary. A large I Aoe HardwareComplete
SEWING .MoQdayMen's? *
CENTER Club Grocerles-lUeatll--Feeds
655 W. ADAMSJACKSONVTI.IE3 4949 Blandlnr Blvd. number of relatives enjOYedthe with Truck Trailer PainS Supplies
JacJ-.aQlavlUtt 771-8244 occasion Dr. SIkes as guest speaker 7 Gas & nd Good
a. I-11$1 happy with him. Oil Sporting
& N. A happy event Sunday wasa p.m. I Complete Lubrication

Parrish Motors I SEWING CENTER family dinner at the homeof Tuesday Stewardship Minor Tune-upa Ph. 964-5312 Starke, Fla. "CJDqCK WITH US FIRST

MUSIC I Mr. and Mrs H. W. Bent Workshop at First Methodist 219 Washington St. M4-0370
1967 Singer nett. Those attending were Church. In Gainesville, 7:30p. : 709 S. Walnut Ph. 964-5899

SALES I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond O' m.

SERVICE Paulus Music Co. I Auto Zig Zag Neal. Blain and Teresa of Wednesday Bible Study' DOYLE CONNER Lawson.....Meat Market
PARTS Like New and Prayer Meeting, 7:30: () p.
South Daytona. Mr. and Mrs. AND COLD
Band A String Instruments m.' STORAGEWe
Richard Bennett and Mr. and Insurance Agency'S.A.VE
32 Tears AM:I A Dealer .> Gibson School Guitars SIIfJlelnstruction&: Amplifiers Console Model makes fancy designs -I Mrs. Jimmie Bennett of Holly Thursday Chancel Choir OF STARKE INC. Specialize In Custom 81a..p-

Always Good Used Can Roberts Recorders] stitches, monograms Hill, Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett Rehearsal 7:30: p. m. tug. Cutting A Wrapping..
Friday Junior U.s. 301 NORTH
OU Laura St. Jacksonville Music Library--Exh. overcasts sews on buttons I and family of the State hearsal, 3- CnolrRe. With Your Mutual Agent Prepared For Deep Frtm

I II II II II Phone 358-0634: Repair Department make button holes &, blind Farm Mrs.\ Hattle Darley and p. m. Ph. 964-7600 Starke, Fla. PHONE 9017059tJZ4LRIDA

I 41 W. Monroe St. stitches. No attachments Miss Sinnia Prescott. MADISON STREET: 222 N. Temple Ph. 964-7369
BEAUTY ACADEMY I Jacksonville 8S8-8441 Mrs. R E. Lee was a Sunday BAPTIST .1
Demonstrators & C'flURCT
$6or 6 ,
per vilstor of her aunt Mrs,
American 3310 Beach Blvd. mo. Call Jax 771-1850 C. E. Titus In Hawthorne. Sunday. Jan. 21 Sunday VICKERY GARAGE BRADFORD

I Jacksonville 808-3091 n. &: N. Sewing Ctr. Mr. and t Mrs. Earl Denmarkof School 0:43: a. m. Morning COUNTY
Hairstyling 523 S. Walnut St.
Miami visited her brother'' Worship 11 a. m. Youth Choir "
Academy -- In-law and sister. Mr. and Practice, 4:30: p. an. Youth Phone 961.6022 TELEGRAPHPhone .NjP TEST .

2) W. MONROE OPTICIAN Mrs. George L. Shuford and Choir Supper 5:45: ; Training "
J.CKSONVJI.LE.BM.0501. .- WESTERN STORE Mrs. Lois Denmark over the Union 8.13.:. WMU Prayer Cir Complete .Automotive
9616305I'rintingOffice ;) ONTROLS
cle. 733.: REPAIRSFor
weekend and attended the Evening Worship
funeral of Mrs. Denmark's 730.

RiversideHairstyling LITTLE DUDE grandfather Lewis Clemons.a Wednesday-Prayer Meeting Every Need Supplies 0I1M1CA1. m.

New Hope Church on Sat and Visitation 7:15: p. m. ALTERNATOR SERVICE
Western Store urday. Church Choir Practice 8:30.:
/ccressiOMAi.! CPTICA
Academy Thursday Sunbeams and' 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla.
"" .N" "Where CAB1) OF THANKS OA'a
You'll Find 3:30
2039 PARK ST.JCUSONIUE Every. With p. m. E. Johns Phone 96"- 745 for FREE
588-8337: 5 Prescriptions! rilled thing For the Horse deepest gratitude we Norman. U, Bedding, iterlm, BRADFORDABSTRACT Inspections &
extend this word of thtnks for pastor.
Accredited 0 Broker). Lenses DupllebodArtificial Enthusiast"Western Agency
"many act o( sympathy,
Qualified Instructor! Eyes Clothing Leather.I expressed by (Thoughtful I RADIO SUNDAY, SCHOOL '; 181 .. Wftlnrt Ph. BW-OOTO Company Hurst. Shell Service

I Modern Styling1 Eyewear Specialists good Saddles ann] Trailers friends. These kindnesses have Radio Station WOOO. 1230) GENERAL INSURANCE 158 W. CALL ST. CARL HURST .
Classes"Where Charles & '
213 Laura ( : Petty meant much to
St. Jax 35(5-559 uS.-The family
on :your dial. 7:30: to 8 a. m Nobody But Nobody Unilenell* Hwy. 301 & 100 Ph. 964-0111
tomorrow'sret1ned' 903
stylists 1031 Park St. Jar SI..U1I'. So. Kdgewnnd Ace. W.UUm E. (Billy Dowl- :=;
"II4J.IOAWe: 394-1210 I I IDS'. A. C. Fplgei't., Letser. 1 j/ Cbarley K. John Agency tarke( Fla. Ph. 964-6S31 -603- H. Walnut.. --I&Z5S- ---
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