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: February 1, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Officials :.. tiw Assault Country Club'/'" }" .. .

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$3,399 llJty'w TuesdayThree Gets $14.2,08;' :

Bradford courthouse officials i '
Bradford High

turned back to the' w School teenagers charged Funds

county excess fees totaling with aggravated assault in In FHA

$3.399.44 for 1967. a fight after the Lake City ..

County Judge T A. Yawn ': basketball game last week .r0(' -,. ......." -=
returned $1,394.23. tope for have ,, -n ',. !
pleaded not guilty in 'f \l :
the year from a budget totaling Court \/iho$;; t '4' t-.r.. : ExtensiveAVImprovements
County and await a \
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2372304. Tax Assessor \ i:" '
preliminary hearing'next I
Gene long was next returning :
$1,11930 from a budget totaling Tuesday, Feb. 6.
2485542. A juvenile hearing: Is also .
Pt : IV
Sheriff P. D. Reddish returned ; 9r' .i set next Tuesday for a 19- -! ;
year-old BUS student also Involved
$833.33 from a budgetof 1" ,.
i ; : l"i5'C' in the Incident In which
Darby$88,362 returned and Clerk$52.3 Charles from a #,: ",.'j : two Columlbla Hlgh School t ..i.ir M Are Planned 4:

basketball. team
; members were
budget of $23.122.36. t
,, ''beaten. One struck over
Tax collector '. Funds from '
J. R. Kelly
'.' ., .... the head with a piece of lum- a $142,080
spent to the "" Farm "
penny a budget ". ber used as a weapon which. Home Adminlatra-

totaling 3304631. County Judge T.A. Yawn said tion loan were handed of-
Clerk Charles Darby termed"normal" Is the reason for the aggra- ficers of the Starke Golf'
the amount of excess vated assault charges.
and Country Club Tuqaday
fees returned. Everett Henley' 17, and
and work
began this week
The Judge and sheriff returned Tommy Wlnn 19, were ar-
Reserve Grand
on extensive improve-
their excess fees at the raigned last Thursday Jan. '
end of September since their 29. Both pleaded not guilty ments and new construc

offices are budgeted by the Young lark Edwards, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kdwarda Jr., won re- and were released on $1,000 tion.Over

County Commission and their nerve grand champion honor with thin Black Angus steer at the Southeastern Fat bond each. Tommy Newman half the PIM loan,
budget under Country Club Presldi-nt Ben Moxlry accepts ur $142,080. : check
17 had 'been released about $70.00O.-wlll to retire
corresponds with the so
Stork Show and Sale In Ocala Monday Th steer won judged the second best of
county's fiscal year. $1,000 bond previously and ;was the proceed from a Farm Home Administration' lorry. from Albert original bonds outstanding.
W) In the Hbow.He .
. The three other offices tax arraigned at Plea Day Tuesday C. Steven. FIIA representative, Tnrmlay. the club. But over 900,000 will
In at 833 and Hold for BIS rent '
collector and assessor and weighed pound Jan. 30. He also pleadednot The fund will pay off existing. bonds' on t the dub and flnnnre go into Improvement of th*
! 7 ark will UNO) have un entry In the Florida Stale Fair In Tamps next Tuewlny
guilty. club. ;
county clerk returned theirs extensive Improvements. In the club and its !ff-.hnle golf rouse. .
IVh. 6. lie shows In the 4-H Dlvlxlon. Yawn appointed Public -
after Judge First piorlty la being given
Dec 31 since they are (J lonstruclion begun tills week
still on the fee system. Defender R.A. Green Jr. to Improving drainage' of Vh* ,

to represent the three. 9-hole course, an Irrigationand
The fight resulted after a sprinkler system and a

Brooker Suit Speeders Draw Jail Term tween heated Branford basketball game High and be- Purge Cuts 761 well of and 42300.pump costing a-.. total ,.

Columbia High here Tuesday, The complete drainage, pro.*
Ruling DelayedJudgement Jan. 23. The four Starke will Involve extensivegrading
As Judge Puts Foot DownA youths were arrested! "Iby Deputy to run water off the'
Reddish and
has been reserved Sheriff Glen Bill Chambers., Voters From Roll entire course. After completion;,
by Circuit Court City Patrolman
Judge George the course will be playable.$tall

L. Paten In the suit brought heavy foot on the acceler- 94 mph was sentenced. to three unauthorized person tq' drive times even after the

'by A.F. and Mildred P. Mc- ator has been known to cause days In jail, and a floe of $73. and for, failure to :ftave his Driving Wrong heavy. rains.Installation. .

David against the Tqwn off Bradford County Judge T.A. The court also imposed a vehicle under c o u t rot, Last Lane Of U. S. 301 'Bradford C .unty'a list of reduced to 5,123 after the of an irrigation
,. Brooker. Yawn to put Ills foot down and three-day Jail term on Jimmy month he :forfeited bond on awJilestiOrJylnjj registered voters lisa beau! cut name; of 701 pel'ltOlwllo system will provide green

Fallowing a.h.atingJ: &LMti..Fri several defendant (pleading Chuilvit' Bryant 19, ,.Starke. : charge,. ?.., Causes ..CollisionA by 701 names' J according" to moved from the county, died sprinkler. which can be turned ,. .
day. Jen. 2(5.( Judge Put ten g u I 111 y to speeding charges after Ills 'conviction 'or three The Judge fined 'Br-lant $25 Super v f is o r' l. Wglatratlon.; or "simply did not 'return tn. on and
gave Attorney. Terry' Mi>Tavld. found that to be the case Tues- traffic offeniejj,within a month on the first charge 'but ordered New York man. GardnerP. Neva Flynn. card,.-w..re-removed from the ,Other ,projects set are a cart

council for' the plaintiff and day during Plea Day proceed and for What Judge Yawn a jail'! senfencvl on the Bles 68, was charged with That many mmes were removed list.Mrs. shed to cost $3.760 and! a. $3.-

Attorney George Pierce, attorney ings. termed the defendant's "aftl- second 'plus a recommendation driving on wrong aide of a divided from the voting rolls Flynn. told that Boil 140 equipment shed. Two regulation

for the Town' of Breaker, Judge Yawn makes it a tuile"' that the defendant's driving high way In a collision when only 211 of 972 voter cards were returned for per- size asphalt tennl

' 20 days, In which to file' briefs.McDavId polity to liojitl out jail nen Bryant pleaded guilty Tues llcenxe be suspended.' which took place- near Lawtey registration renewal cards, eons deceased/ within the peat courts will fee constructed ata

: hall! petitioned the .foncefl, for flagrant traffic vio day to charges of allowing an In other cases Judge:.Yawn: : Jan. 23.Rtes mailed the first of November I wo years or who moved leavIng coat of $6.120.
, court to have some 40 acres! lations. Pined Constance> 'Barnhlll, pulled onto U. S. 301 were returned to the'county no forwarcloible address. Trlest Construction Q). of

of land he owns excluded The sentenced Johnny operator of a fishingpanrp on. headed north' In the south- courthouse signed by voters! But 492 cards are simply unaccounted Keystone Heights began 'work

I from the corporate limits of Edward judge Wood 28 of Starke Telephone Linea Santa Fe Lake .$35 foe-rent: bound lane according to by the Jan. 31 deadline. Voter for, she said. Wednesday on the equipment

Brocket lift charges he has who had pleaded guilty to Cut Again ing a boat that. was .nut v ,:jn-op- Trooper O. C. Oarrett of the purge cards are mailed every Qualified voters wishing to and cart ahed. Contractor

not received t any 'benefits! from speeding to three days In jail erly registered. : Florida Highway Patrol and two years under state law to be reinstated can re-register by Dave Paulk was to get the go.
being Inside the town limits and a fine of $100. Near -<} ranted a, preliminary collided with a 1962 International persons who have not votedIn corning!! to the courthouse any ahead to begin. grading th*

but has to pay city taxes.CIIILDREN'S Wood was arrested by Florida distance telephone serv- hearing, next Tuell Y'.Feb. 0, truck driven by Arvls the pant two years.In Thursday prior to April 7 course to improve drainage

Highway Patrolman WE. ice between Starke Jackson for Tommy Newman: ""Ii' high Clarence KIrkland Jr., 20, the pant renewal cards when registration books close today Thursday, Feb. !.)
school ,studenf charged with Lawtey. were mailed every two yearsto for the first primary before has
Drainage of the course
US-301 Dec.
Sundberg Jr. on. ville and other points was dis
aggravated !MuU in 'connec- voter. But election hi Novem-
registered the general
COMMITTEEMKKTS 29 and charged with travelingin rupted from 9pm. Monday Damage to right side of every been the Item Country Club
tion with a fight Jan. 23 at In the law
under a change
MONDAY excess of 100 mph. In >court until about 5 a.m. Tuesday Rles' 1964 Chevrolet sedan was ber.An members are most concerned:
the school after a basketball this for the first timecards Influx of voters Is expected '
Tuesday the trooper testified after thieves cut and stole a estimated by Trooper Oarrett year about. Consulting' En to r
TWbert E. Vaughan medical] that he clocked Wood at that section of copper wire between game with Lake City. at $250. Damage to the left wont only to those regis- ''by Mia. Flynn since Harris H. Green of .Crane*' "

setf-help consultant for the speed and that Wood pulled Maxvllle and Cecil Field. --,Set for trial n cast! for side of Klrkland's front bumper tered voters who. did not vote Interest Is 'beginning to rise vile did not,commit his plan i
speeding against Willie,'.me. at least once In the past two In the primaries* and general
Florida State Board of Health away from him even thoughthe Ernest G. Pats manager of was put at $25. to a 100 per cent soultlon-
patrol car was wide open. Independent Telephone Corp.of Williams who pleaded Innocentand Rles came out of a motel at years. election. the drainage problem at the, t
will be the featured speakerat '
with of
supplemented his plea! Oct. 1 the number to
Last Voters change
The man was caught at thecounty Starke said the lines cutf Lawtey and headed north on desiring course but said the $10.000 I'
the Branford County Chil line.Benjamin. belonged to' Southern Bell a letter" to the court. The the wrong side of the road. registered voters In the countywas their party affiliation must do Item will sub&tantlalbheJ4.. i,

dren's Committee meeting at Franklin I New Telephone Co. and that he had judge remarked (hat the court Oarrett reported The truck 8.821. Sixty-three new so, under state law before Extensive grading In some

12 noon Monday In the Garden mans, 19, of Jacksonville who been on duty all night' duringthe does' not accept: letters from. a was making a left turn when registrations prior to.the mall- books close April 7. Party area will be necessary and the
card broughtthe
of the bo '
Restaurant ,pleaded guilty fa speeding emergency. lefVnrt.int's boas. the collision 'occurred. Ing purge affiliation cannot changedMrs. Board has authorized as much
total to 8,884, according Flynn reports betweenthe regradlng as necessary. Moat :

to Mrs. Flynn. primaries and general election. area requiring extensive **

That number has now been grading should cause a. minimum
But Like Tax Plan
disruption for 'golfers",
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''" --.":: : ---- The Board went over the,,
;, .TBANS'YOU FOR WONDER 1 : "F plans presented by preen" taa t'

Educators Decry Kirk PackageOov. \ .RESPONSE 10 TUB CROSBY' L AEB 0>,' August. Final approval was

r :, CEMBTBHY' '' (QLBAHI1K3: FTTO\ifs i.," left to a threeman-co ni4ttee>-" '

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: Fora and BUt EpP '.
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I Claude Kirk's tax proposals an appointive state school lief for property taxes 'tout sums so county school boardscan .J:, 4iO.. 0 0" QWJ.th ; 'J .
for education are superintendent and a super- they do ask: spend It where needed. .l .
heartening but his Insistence board has left at least three 1--How much of the new "His [Kirk's tax program Is DirectionsTo tts ,.11'.h""r' Four Seek.. -, ',
morecontributions .
tI. on tying: them to a referendum Bradford school administrator revenue will finally reach' education urgently needed." says Bradford A'i4V, f ;,; o'\"" f\?' "'.J1\'''' ;\?' """

j i along with proposals. for with a skeptical outlook. ? High Principal Jim Tem '.,, .\, t ,'LI CouncilIn :.
"A Kirk 2--How will It be distributed Big; TreeCorrected ihe'' who 'f'j' -: j
typical play, says pie. But Temple says he could front many -
I Secondary Supervisor Larry ? Will It be earmarked aft not vote for' a package ty> ** are interested, in :, ,< Brooker'Four '
TORNADO Gibson."I under the Minimum Founda which an appointive state superintendent s
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I don't see how you can Lion Program ? Educators like and superboard : ,;this; hallowed spot S6Q7 I

. FOOTBALL possibly vote- for the whole these administrators who are 1 Is tied. A little& decimal point &,tl&goal 'will be Raised{ ,' candidates are seeking

package." Bradford High responsible! for building the Most t taxpayers and moat educators caused a big mistake In dir fibr' : !aphed and work canFfbVgln'oin ., To."pate'?: two posts on the Brooker City=' '
are especially election
Principal Jim Temple laments. school program Council In the upcoming
Kirk's. ,
( will buy GOT. ection The Telegraph ,:"
I BANQUET ''The money would help to concerned) that 'flame funds 'toe riven by earlyspring on February 13
tax because it first reach "
a great extent but I don't allocated to counties) that can program 'last week to f' as planned. ,j.. 'for the'two two-
relieves advalorem taxes Tem- of t,; !? Bidding
I Tonight (Thursday) want it tied to structural be spent? where most needed. the big holly tree north f, '\ Incumbents a.
too 'f'4' terms :
ple believes. But he. year are
the superboard appointed Lawtey.' r.f: ,''Ik \'(;
or a 3-Won't ,
: BUS CAFETERIA changes referendum; wants safeguards! written into ; .. E. Green and EW.. Hodjea.and .
, says Bradford Middle, School by the governor and the Instead, "seven miles." ,, A. B. Adam
the new law to ensure that of : ". +'ro+h newcomers .
Richard Jockel. state superin- :; 'r j
; 7:00: P.M.Sponsored Principal the appointive 'money will get down to him. as printed -the direction? .' and Cecil C. Melvln.
Estimates of how much tendent,place education" even How wHl the new' taxes relieve should bare read? .7 [seven- ;)f, alfae mount I :,;..._: All other candidates 'are
Klrk's tax proposals will raise. ? Local educators .... .
into politics .
By more "".
property taxes. Tempi asks, tenth. of..mile. j. ;T" Harrell.
unopposed: M. O.
from $400 to $!HOO! mil to feel .J .
range at least seem
Quarterback Club how will the new funds be distributed ::1: ".
1I'1f seeking reelection to the, office
lion. The Florida Education that the present elected state to the counties 7Tf We repeat the directions es.., ,
Association estimates that to who ,7'' of mayor? Tommy E. Cox city
Is responsive for the benefit of those
This Space Contributed $680 million would be realized. the superintendent people. A man appointedby too tow a limit to I placed would like to see the tree. 'Ploaaa-clip and mall to: .Mrs..:..'John: clerk: and Leroy Stoke, for .j

Two extra pennies on fop of they say on property taxes. Temple kiconvenlenoea 2O6::-& Water 5t.5tarte; town maranal.
Weekly to Publicize the. governor points out the school system/ and regret any Simpson'> '
\,i the present three per cent would be responsive only to could end up with, no ,more that might have been lu1'! .ft ,. X. -v.ywow The qualifying. period for

Community Events by sales or a four per cent levy him.Gibson money than it hu!now. caused to those who tried to A ttolneHVllle resident' (formerly of Starke), attending a funeral candidates ended last Satur

with medl
movies were the gover funds: can override the gov : Crosby lAke Cemetery When I get bock home I am going' to .
CommunityState nor's major proposals.. He also "Many people and a lot of ernor 'and his 'task force' or Turn west off,U. S. 301 at mall you a check for $23 for the
recommended an additional 5- teachers don't understand that not," Temple says., TreeFarm sign [3.3 miles appreciate the Interest of this person who Mtlll hoe many friend AT THE LIBRARY
cent tax on cigarettes and a bills enacted. for education are This Legislature should be north of Lawtey, take ,
earmarked" be says, "It's difficult In Starke but no direct family connection A few more contribution "Sea. Sky And Sand will
4 cent tax on commercial effective in reaching Ole
new more gate
per graded road through
to explain why we, for like this, and the goal of $ .000 will be reached. be the theme for story ttour
rervtald. problem. They are more experienced and .7 seven-tenths ofa
Account now insured The governor alllo recom- Instance have! money for / and this (education) go' [ Contributions were received during the pant week front this Thursday afternoon from

to SI5,000 by mended a constitutional limit buildings and a teacher can't Is the only problem they nave.. I! mile: turn right on unimproved George It. Powell, Newton N. C.; George C. White Tallahassee; 3:30: to 4:15: at the PubHo Ubrary' \

up on property taxes and laid the even buy a stapler.There Is no "\Ve'U .certainly be able to woods road go 400 Mr''. (Evelyn Newnome William, Folkvton. G..., Sir. and Mrs. Mrs. W. B. ,Scogmtoa ,

Federal Deposit Insurance first $100 million In new taxes money for adequate mainten- tell what kind Legislature feet park car. Tree Is 150 Francis being. Hampton; Community State Bank, First Federal .

should go for Immediate prop- ance. we have If It call deal effectively feet to right [east] In small Sating St Loan Association. l\lrfl. Ella (bottle, Mrs. L. L. will be toryteder.. All nlt>

Corp. erty tax relief. "Every county la unique with critical problem dren. age 8 through 9., .**...*
cypress) pond. Libby and W. T. Weeks Chapter COO all of Stark..
The three Bradford educators '"Gibson Insists: money that face the Mare." Vlted.

don't argue with the re- should come down In lump

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Section I Pane Two BRADFORD COCNTT ftLE<<1RAPfI. STARKB. I'J.RIJ I t :THURSDAY FEB. 1,.,1968, ..-.

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Court RulesKindergartens Is
of berries
Mrs. W. N. Potter of Kan Market .Seeks year's volume
I : :"' 4:, '\. the Bradford -
i sas City, Mo., Mrs. Clark Hill: : ,. .' being sold through THE BRADFORD
J .,"' /. InformationOnBerry Strawberry'' Cooperativeand
of Festus. Mo., and Mr. and :COUNTY'rELEGRAPH
For All CountiesBradford will' not' go through the
Mrs. Stella Griffin of Jacksonville : Volume
were weekend guests auction.BAYtESS'lIIGHWAT. Published every Thursday\
of Mr. and Mrs C. S. Haddock,,, r ; and 15 other co-urn-.' I ,..Recent'coJUl: ;has aowedproI at 138 W. Call at,
GLADYS Spec. 4 Billy Dowling ha! + ties that have applied. fOl".kJn.OOr..I'.m duction"W KtraWberrles.;,,Stark BUrke.,Fla. 820B1,
MOOTY 't \ units are just as
returned to Fort Sill, Okla. I t r Farmed,:Market ,:Manager Boto BAP'rls.r CHURCH
entitled. to them at 12 lSecOllll'Ius
Phone 9647G03Mrs. ,, postage paid
t Alien "yesterday,'<'but H
and E2| Jimmy DowlingFort to dr now getting such tate BuDd.; School. 10 .. 111.; at Starke, Fla.'
Holablrd, Md. after being !! : !JOWl prevailingopQilrtueer
support Circuit Judge 'HQ&hTaylO1' 11 Rates
Michael O'Brien and home on ten days leave p r t'i al l few Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker of Leon County,,rule "' 6-30
tons of Winchester Va. are and family of Cocoa spent Mr, and Mrs. H. N. DuPre oLive r last week.. "'well be; back'In business," a. m.f Training Worship.Union. 7:30 .: In trade area: '..00 per I
visiting her brother-lnl-aw and Thursday,to Sunday with Mr. Oak and Mr and Mrs. B. In accordance" the' ruling ,he. added.' p. m.: Evening year:; '''.25 six months, I
alster Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. McIntyre and ol 1 t ,Due to the '\slim volume of p. m.
and Mrs ,)IW.Wells\;, Mrs. family a bill to provide almost <
Oje. rrl.efl, auctions have not Wed., 7:30p. : vOutde trade area!. M.BO.
Sawyer-this' week: Carolyn' Redgrave. .Mrs.Shllleijde Jacksonville were Sunday vie F 14 million for kindergartens. ", Prayer Meeting?i
Mr. and Mrs.S. M. Simmons : .'li :.1} .anal +.i L itors of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.. In l&e 16 ahort-changed! counties started!at"the'? \Starke. market, m.: O. A. ,Meeting W d.: 'per:year; $3.50 six,moaUta
Richmond, Va. were visit- Mr.. and Mrs. O.< 0;' Stray- DuPre. was being prepared for bttt'AuWllk.> for growers T:30: p. m.: Chotr'',ft 1MrsaJ.
: hlmladvlsed >ID.,L.,Hatuaew.,, editor and
ing their aunt Mrs. Bertha horn of Wik wood attendedthe Mrs. R. C. Hallett of Boyd r possible Introditttlcte.?'$)&\. tbe tp'keep \ as to Wed. 7:30: p. m.: Brotherhood publish ,
volume IB to be
Pearce from Saturday to funeral of Mrs. Ruby ton, Va. is visiting her son special legislative .eesatoonlnw/ \ jn ,, meeting, last MondayIn
to- warrantstarting'
enough David
Wednesday. Mrs. Pearce also Adam in Staike last Thurs- in-law and daughter. Rev. and in progress.Supt. : each month. Rev-'.
the aucUons.'ApproxiIJlate.ly'
had as weekend visitor, her day and also] visited Mr. and Mrs. R, D. Burch for two Tom Casey..aid'tttptwhile halt of this Medeiros. pastor.
daughter' Mrs. Ed Ensor of Mrs. M. P. Hazen. weeks. Bradford County cd)>- ....
Jacksonville. .", Local admittances to Bradford Mrs. Sammy Warren and rently has six kindergarten)
Mrs. L. N. MeadowAi;,#;Vftlfosta County Hospital this son of Atlanta are vlsiyng To Study units they are being financed
< Ga. Is spending; sfevepal I week Include r Donald Maulden ;Mrs.. W T. Gill this week. out of Federal funds 'Which \ ,
weeks with her slater.ilfT. 4 C. I Jr.. Kim Bartlett, Robert W. Rex frown of Miami .spent These nine Bradford High< School, students are part of :could,, be used for other programs -
T..Wade and niece: ,,. Mr* B *- ,McRae George Kopelousos the weekend with his parents,, the dozen that will spend" six! weeks! In London and Pars| If state flllDdrl'o f the

ty Register. ..", Clarence Saucer. Christina Joy Mr. and Mrs. George W. this summer. Their sponsor, who will accompany".them. Is. kindergarten.. < program. authorized , ''I" .
Mr. and Mrs. }3arfatray Crawford, William N. Sanders, Brown. Visiting Rex: on Saturday ,,
Sinclair, second from
1\1r1l. Evelyn right.,
and, family visited Mr. and Mrs. Myra Dyal and Mrs. Daisy was Harry Shaeffer oi The students. will embark June 26 under the ausplcles!! of 'said In that'his ruling the State,, Judge could Taylor not,' Owr, 1 Food's: Tide t Tqlk. Of All!,,Bradford.
Mrs. Gene Patray In States- M. Thomas, all of'Starke Jacksonville. '
: the American Institute for Foreign !Study! They wlU 'npend! kindergarten units ,
4 boro Ga over the-weekend. :Edward! Joe Wainwright of Mr and Mrs. Henry Grad- i allocate; County
"" Mrs. J.'W. 1tI1aaI\'.rat'Way- Klnoley Lake; Mrs Effle dick of Sumatra were Fridayto four weeks taking three course at the.University. of London 12 counties which; had ,been ,; ; ,' .

nesvlUe, N. C. Is staying1 at Boatwrlght Mrs. Inez Mc- Monday visitors of Mr. and and two weeks In Paris. getting statyi'.upportht"preyious > l'' YOU YOUI1FAMILY: SHOtJU, ,TRY pOur
the Magnolia Hotel-while. visiting Clendon Mrs. Elsie Norman Mrs. J T. Lawson and Mr. They ore ((1-r) Mike Mitchell Terry Mln:*, Joyce Denmark I> years; while Ignoring: the ; ,ANp 'J- ": L,." ., ... '.

R friends herew '7 and William C. Carnley of and Mrs. Neil Crawford. Evelyn Sinclair, John Warren Bin. Evelyn Sinclair, John. requests of the'for other'IS wfflch' Delicious I Buffet. ,- Served. Daily

Greg Davis of Gainesville Lawtey; John O. Htmble and Miss Delia Rosenberg. ,Mrs Torode and J..Roy {Chasteen. Not rhown are Stephen Smith .also units, applied'but were turned pre-school, d6wn. ',**' .. ,
I was ;visiting. his grandmother William P. Wilson of Keystone Desta Dyal and Mrs. Dorothy' of Starke and Misses Betty BlUups and-TDebble', David.who, 'Judge Taylor. said that the "TWO. Ii9T< ENTREES
Mrs. Luclle Davis last Thursday Heights; Betty Sue Rhoden Mllberger attended the District ,
will also Join the group. State Is not providing uniform
a and Friday. Willie R. Williams of !Lake BPW meeting In Gaines TWO VEGETABLES-
: [: Mr.. and: :Mrs.:'David Montgomery Butler: Mrs. Mary Lou Blackof ville on Sunday. Florida schooling Conatlttitlon,as .provided because,in\ tM Itapproved ,. tSALADS- !
I and family were In Waldo; Mrs. Margaret Misses Debra Johns and!H. B. Yarbrough Gainesville, but he had not kindergartens: for ASSORTED' ,. t
Plant the weekend Gesner of Aca- yet received* the report.. He *
City over Shauahnesay of Melrose; and Holly Howey only 12.of the'29 entitles! that ,ROLLSBATTER, TEACOFFEE
M Visiting Mr. and1' Mrs. B. it, Mrs. Oracle Harris of RaLford. demy spent the weekend with Set said that an,inquest, would be aeked'the 106T legislature. to ; .
: Gay.Miss Mrs. John W. Griffin. of Debra's parents :Mr. and :Mrs. Inquest conducted some time Thursdayin participate ..in the prl>&'tam.
Diane Davis erf Gainesville -' Ochlochnee, Ga. who was here Jerome Johns. Lake Butler by State, At- He ordered the program 'bo Lunch, Buffet Dinner Buffet
was a' weekend guest the first of the week was ac- Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green For Thursday torney T. E. Duncan. $ % .
come effective poxt September 11:00: a. m: to 2:00,1: ;p.. 6:00: 'p.m: to 9:00: 'p.m.
of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby. companied home by her mother and family were visiting Mr. Yarbrough was born May In any:county.willing ,Co pay .
Mrs. W. H. Agner was in Mrs. F. F. Stump for a and Mrs. Fred Snell in Way- Harold B. Yarbrough, 40 of:I'' 19, 1927 in Union County and its shares': of .the cost, '
Birmingham Ala. last week week's, visit. cross, Ga. on Sunday. Ralford, died early Wednesdayin had> been a lifelong resident of Casey 'said that, .'. he, 'Would 25 4S
visiting her son. Michael a Mr. and Mrs. Charney Wil- Mrs. Arlen McKnlght attended Lake Butler. the Raiford area. He had,been apply for. eight kindergarten' '
student at Sanxford,Tjniverslty, liams and daughter Brenda, the Public Health Union County Sheriff John employed as an Insurance and units it state fund wera made $: e' -
who has been:: ill. Kathy Frees, Ronnie Tomlln- Nursing Supervisors confer- Whitehead said an autopsy automobile salesman in availAble Br< TcHpf< County la ..
Mrs.,LJoyd Horrln and Mrs. !son and Ronnie Whitehead ence In Jacksonville last was held,' later Wednesday in Starke.. atone time, and his now spending 45,000 of J iU :
Alton Hlffglnbotham'of Callahan spent the weekend at the Thursday.Mr. most recent employment was Federal funds on .lx.kinder> d
wer cw ek.n :Mr.. an1< Mist Tyler' Jones.Adrleemelarar1an'of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett and family of Sanford spent Mrs. Addle Wheeler of. or- Butler. school!! children. The, unIt.',ate 1'0
Orlando visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry the weekend with their par- lando has been visiting her Surviving are his wife,.Mary loe'aied t as follows:' two'-fa i t
fa vJ! rttlnw her grandparents Bennett In Jacksonville Satur- ents, Mrs. Eollne Smith and sister Mrs. W. F. Herlona. Lou Yarbrough; three daughters Soul: 8ld Elementary: two'In
SenJ-and:: Mrs. Charley day night, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green. and Mr. Herlong the past Sharon Sheila and) Sonia Stark* Elementary, one la
Johns,this week. Mrs. W. B Sewell Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. week. ]I Yarbrough all of Ralford JtJE,"and one-Mlf'.unlt' each r'g
( Mr. and Mrs. Oort Mathews .relatives in Tavares and Eustls Vandeillp of Tucker Ga. were Mrs W. H Hart and Mrs. his mother, Mrs. Ruby Yar- In Hampton Lawtey. ; and .An.4 .
visited 'Mr. and Mr*. Bruce from'Thursday to sunday Saturday overnight guests of Edith Christiansen were Fri- brough, also of Raiford ;and .4 resort' Junior. H I h. ", t
Mathew In Gainesville on Miss Maria. Moore of FSU" Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty. day overnight guests of Mr. one sister, Mrs Melba Faulkner -
Monday home and Mrs. Ronald Crawford In I Jacksonville .... ""
was for the weekend. Mrs. Francis Meng Mrs ,.
Mrs. M+ W.tXAac and Mm. Clyde B. Terwillegar Jr. was Gladys Weldon Mrs. Peggy Orange Park. Funeral services will be heldat -
Bill Burbank of Fernandlna in Hapevlle( Ga. last week at- Shaller and:! Mrs. Joe Olssy,, Mr. and Mrs. K. W. :Hayes' 3 p. m. Friday in the Rai-
were Monday overnight guestsof tending the Ford Motor Insti- attended a Retreat at St. Pat- visited Mr. and! Mrs W. H. ford Baptist,Church with Rev.
Mr.-and! &!*. G. S. New- tute Dealers. Management rick's Church in Gainesvillelast Hayes in Brooker and Mr. a.ndMt.s. Jack. Stolte officiating Inter- rr Special From DeIin arks .
v'o comb. "J School. Thursday. Arthur Crews in LaCrosse ment will be! in Dyal Cemetery
on Sunday. with Brann'on; Funeral Home

i ; .... .. .. .. .. c$ .11"b' III.yI....vad 4 cclbll ..... ..eyl Mrs.visiting Mae McAteer her soninlawand of Tampawas of Lake Butler In charge '
: ; daughter Mr. and Mrs. Rotarians Told 9Mw Cf? Piipt 7j/JtL@
t t'1'A George Flynn Jr. from Satur-
I : ; ( I day to Tuesday. Of Work At
Ir.: I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham

i have had 'as visitors Mr fend Arthritis Center. .... ... -. ., ....., ......_ ,. "t.. I \
I. Mrs. Jean Cook, executive:
Mrs. Clyde Gore of WhltevJlle, v /
N. C. last Thursday and, Mr. director of the Northeast Florida -
Mr. ana! Mrs W. P. Randallof Division of the Arthritis

!. -, AT KOCH'S DRUGS aft Monday.Col.Tampa:. on Sunday and Foundation(which! includes In Bradford Jacksonville LA Z B cV ", 11

and Mrs. J. A. Griffin County) was guest speaker af:
t attended a dinner Monday the Rotary Clulb Wednesday.Mrs. .-
NEW $1.49Cheracol $1.00 GILLETTE i Cook discussed thevaluable '
at the
night State Arsenal Ofticer's RECLINAROCKER .
therapy work be-
flight Guard Club in St. Augustine now ,
Capsules 67c ing carried on at the center .
9ge honoring Major General and
tt headquarters, 965: Bishop Gate
Mrs. Autrey J. Maroun of
I For Relief Of Colds SAVE OVER $1.00 Reg. $4.00 Washington IX C. Lane, In Jacksonville and alao
described plans for a neoN $50-
i $1.19 Yardley Soaps $295 Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews 000 center which Is now on
and daughter, :Carolyn, and the drawing boards for a new -,
KAZ MIST Mrs. Grace Bostrom visitedDr.
ggcInstant and Mrs W. H. ,Mitchell The speaker warned about
\t Medicated vterosol For, i and family In Lakeland on "quacks" who advertise worthless Authorized Sale
Instant Relief Of Nasal Conges Friday and Saturday. thrills cures and said! Factory
tion.49c. Time Only Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulknerand t'nat millions of dollars ara
i daughter Susan, were In wasted annually by arthritis
I Lakeland over the weekend victims In this
"That Man Cologne"Tooth visiting Mrs. Nelson Faulknerand Bradford Countlans were Invited -

,, I. Paste 99" daughter.Rev to visit the center, and The Reclina-Rocker is certain to be the most ized" sale, the famous La-Z-Boy Reclina-
0 D. and Mrs. R. C. Cecil take advantage of the many sought after chair In your home. It will pamRocker Is available at substantial savings.

98c DIAPARENE Pub and daughter Sheridan 'of services provided without per your family with a new kind of comfort, Now you' can.own the world's moat imitated
f Cologne I Baltimore and Sunday Md. visitors were Saturday of Mr. charge The speaker for arthritis was Introduced pathm no matter what their mood rocking' reclining chair ,,- a genuine LA-Z-BOY that

Baby Powder 67e i and Mrs. Walter Richardson. !by John Sanders. TV viewing lounging or full bed reclining. id backed by .a. Lifetime Warranty. *
ONLY $2.00 -- During this limited "Factory Author
For Chafing, Diaper Rash, Pre .AI SAVE $ $ $ SAVE $ $ $ SAVE $ $ $ SAVE $ $
vents Odors JI' 'I

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .It ..... .. .It ..e. Come in today and try the incomparable
"SAVE MONEY! p comfort and beautiful styling of these La-Z-

Ml for C. .. .. .. s1D s. s. .I. ss. Boy Reclina-Rockers. They feature La-Z-Boy's

tape-sensitive eY \ : patented Comfort' Selector. that provides a '. '
High Quality--Low
Prices built-in leg rest that
l .un'be'stopped at three
skin ta Y' 1 ... PRICES I ,,, 1 ; comfort 'positions 'with or" ,,without reclining

START AT $2,995 41. e' the chair. You have a'choice of" beautiful

colors and fabrics. .
9Sc 1 On Large, 2-pedroom! .w"

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89c VALUE 6 $2.00 LUSTRE CREME SHOP--Then Come See Usk If Ifi r3L.. ettme 171 e lttnlam

Now 7c. I 1w "' WARRANTY
; a SHAMPOO-JAR 1.59 & 1
I 'At time -
any La"-Z-Bo/s
+ 65'a $ WILKINSON BLADES 49c | I I r v"1.. 'pair or, at its, option, replace factoor its,will reclin-ra-

.. ingl mechanism ,or any part, thereol
ONLY 98c : I. ". ,r without
COI charge except- any costs ol)

,39 DOANS PILLS 79 e I.. I S BONANZA ;q!,i* ,_, packing and shipping. .r ,

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18.93, VALUE" '- MEN'S GRAY Wetting Solution I $1 .39 SUNDAYS WEEK DAYS r: !159.' ?' '


Support Hose NEW ASST. RCA STETTEO : $5.95 UIN >

I RECORDSAll a a. -, i .'. I
MINI-CUBE' All At Discount Prices II .. we '

Ice Trays: 2 for SSe 23; c Black or Brown 1 +V W .,: 'It'. A. 'Fact You Can bo Better At I I

J Makes 270 Ice Cubes Bob Pins-2 For 25c 4 Uii-< J i

Your Prescription Will Be Filled With Care at KOCH'S DRUG STORE. I'J '*TJ)e Area's- .'. Largest Volume Dealer" a. Denmark Furniture Co.J

Fresh, Potent Drugs At A Reasonable Price. Filled by Fla. Registered a. 4431 N. W. 13th Street .

.. Pharmacist. At Koch's "Your Health is Our Main Concern. May We .... GAINESVILLE FLA. pIll .
4a.w. Call
Fill Your Next Prescription? ,( Phone 96158270

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I Bridal Shower ?t.

For Mrs. Williams

w d1'iI
,Mrs Ronald Williams, a recent -

v bride, was complimentedat SEMI-ANNUAL
bridal shower :Tuesday

1 GLADYS MOOTY night of last; week, the 1 CLEAR

Christian. ,Church fellowship
Phone 16 -7'08I hall. Hostesses were .Mrs. ALICE

Clyde Golson. Mrs. Jim Faulk I IUp

nor Mrs.; ; Lonnie Fullrwoad,

Mrs. Betty May :Mrs. Ed Prevfttt; Mrs ,,Johnny "

: Weds Mr. OliverMrs. Bostick Mrs. Charles' Reese to $:SO Trade-In Allowance for TRADE-IN '
and Mrs. Charles Zipperer. your: .Old Bedroom. Must be S or YOUR
Betty Home May and 1 Ihr A pink: and white color more matching plMltTOr un

James Oliver Murray, both of scheme was carried out In the broken for furnltilra trmte-ln allow OLD BEDROOM NOW j

St. George, S. C-, were unitedin party decorations and arrangements ance. 4

rrr marriage on December 28 of pink azaeas FOR GREATER

at the home of Mr. and Mrs. were used at focal points. The "II

Robert Barksdale on W. Mad- 1X1 ti. refreshment table was covered i 1 ':"_' SAVINGS
I Ison Street. with a white lace cloth. o--
Rev. Carl Clarke, minister Placed at one end was a crystal t'lfit BJ b !)

of the Hampton Christian punch bowl and at the Miss ParmenterTo 11"I. .

'I' Church officiated at the cere- HawkinsLynn'R. .' other end was a sheet cake .

mony atended by theimmed- L 'Hawkins 'Jacksonville decorated with pink< roses. Wed Mr. EberleMr. \ .. .. -
: late families. A came was played during -
and Mrs. Marlon. HeJwk- I "
The bride is the daughter the the party hours and a prize and Mrs. Henry T. Par :" ,\)
ins of Starke announce I "
:1.1 of James W. Horne of Hampton was ,awarded to the winner. menter announce the engage- I '. :::::; __
engagement and approaching _
i and the late Pearl M. The hostesses presented the ment and approaching marriage I'U. _
marriage of 'their dal8"bter.COnnie .
Horne. The bridegroom's parents Lynn to Walter Stephen honoree with a piece of of their daughter. Ruby .. ... _- -'- -
; .
i are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Corning Ware as memento Ruth, to Donald Bert ''Eberle. '__. ---- I
'1. > Lynn son of Mr. and\ _
& \\ ._
i'A; KteJ. & J O. Murray of Grover, S.: C. Mrs. Hugh Lee Lynn'ofJacksonville. of the occasion.: son of Mr. and Mrs. RussellA. __-

After the ceremony and reception Eberle. ;< 1 .

vIooreThompsonMr the couple left for a' Miss Hawkins and Mr1. Lynn Mrs. CostelloIs :]Miss Parmenter Is a 1961 : ... TO
tour of central Florida before graduate of Bradford High }
are both graduates of' Terry
and Mrs. W. Fred Moore, returning to South Carolina. I' Parker Senior Hlgh School Scout OfficialMrs. School and is. employed'. atKoch' Colonial
and '
Mrs. Murray teaches in the Drug Store. Design -
of Lawtey, the
announce engagement
Jacksonville Mr. Lynn,ls em- Bill Costello
was ap- y Antique Brass Hardware
St. George Elementary School. Mr. Eberle also graduated
of their daughter,,. ployed at the Terminal' Paper ,
pointed neighborhood chair- OPEN STOCK PIECES
Reeney, to Danny Thompson,, Mr. Murray is associated with Bag Co. at Yulee. man of Girl Scouts .by the from Bradford High School ''i -- 3-PIECE MAPLE BEDROOM SUITE Sl.|lDi*..r .........fS..+S Molti Choir ...........JH..J

son of Mr. and Mrs. HaroldW. Conoflow Corporation In St. The wedding will take place, Gateway Council Board of Directors and Is employed at the U. S. ,' l _.,1 GENUINE Westinghouse Micarta Plastic Top r.D.ubk Drnifr .........$7f.l ........ Hutfh..'.......$ft..s

Thompson of Jacksonville, George as production' man- Friday, Feb. 23. at 8 p: m.-In at the January meetIng Post Office In Starke. ; 4, I. Westinghouse silt stain, heat and wipe clean with Tfll eres..r..SNjs Nit.' Su.d' .............$IJ.+S

The wedding will take place, ager. the Arlington Baptist Church, in Jacksonville.At ., '7:30 The, wedding Is planned for Mlcarta a damp cloth. Chair have contour- 4 Drwr. a.." ........J44. 5 Full .rT..ln rilr' l..l ..SIMS

Jat 8 p. m. on March 1, in the Out-of-town guests attending Jacksonville. present. (Mrs. Costello is. Baptist: p. m., March 1 in Laura Plastic Tops molded teats for comfort.' Case piece S D'.wi. Cit.. ........$S4.t5 Ml She Spindle ltd ...,$S4.*S

1 First-Baptist Church. Jack the ceremony included, All friends and relatives'are leader i of Cadette Troop 606 All friends Church 1+' all have dutt-proofod drawer, l.....1., hut .........$J4. S Full' She ......i. ltd ..$1+.'S
Mrs. Thomas Murray! Grover and relatives of
sonville. All friends and re Haskell Invited to attend.Gateway in Starke.- and In her new the Stad.Duh... ..........$44.95 C.u..5..k.. ..... ......tn.itl.CLL'lKSt
latives are invited to attend'ThompsonConklin a. C. Mr. and Mrs. couple are invited to at- tt
position will coordinate the
Murray and children of Holly I tend. .
Council activities of troops in Brad- li..i. M > l :
Hill. S. C., Miss Melody May
,ford, Union and Baker e Ocuibl Dr...., I MlrrwHoomy
Coun- PNf "'
and Miss Ramona of !'vas.
Meeting Held ties. Other adults Squad Is. 4 Drwr. hotaFullxiwina.hrl.d $ .95
serving on
St. George S. C., and! Mr. and .
The wedding of Miss Car '
the service team include Mrs.V. ]Has
Mrs. J. W. Horne Sr. and Mr. Volunteer representatives .of
olyn Joyce Conklln to Donald
J. Spengler of Starke and
and Mrs. J. W. Home Jr. and Gateway Girl Scout eouDcDilnet Trade
R. Thompson will be an eventof
i Mrs. James Caddell, of Rai- Bradford Hlirh'School
children of Hampton. Mr. and for the semi-annual Field
Saturday, March IS at t [ '
ford, as organizers, and Mrs. Tornadoes and coaches were
Richard Williams and -
7:30: p. m. in the First Methodist Mrs. Conference on Jan. 30at.theGarden Curtis Lake Butler and :honored
Lee. at a steak dinner last "
children of New Port Rlchey
Restaurant. when neighborhood -
Church of Starke. A reception Miss .. ..
Mary 'Miller Starke as Thursday night given Dr.
FeI1o.v.ship and Mrs. C. G. Barksdale of chairmen of 29 ab- by Contemporary
will follow in
consultants. Mrs. also and Mrs. A J,
Hall. ,'" 'I Hampton Lake.Executive mlnlatrative areas discussed Spengler Barry at their f.r:
Girl serves on the Gateway home on Bessent Road. .
1 program activities for
All friends and relatives are Council board of directors. Assisting the BarryS In serving
Scouts In 198a.
Invited to attend the wedding BoardThe Volunteers serving as leaders the 32 attending were

and reception. Mrs. Jack Adklns. field vice of the 150 Girl. Scouts In their daughter, Miss Terry
executive board of the I
president conducted the meet- this include' Mrt. D. W. of .
area Barry, Gainesville and Miss '
Starke Woman's Club. will Ing which included neighbor- 1
UDC Notice Whlffen. Mrs. Richard Jockel Emily Johns. i
meet Thursday Feb. 8, at
hood chairmen from' the <15-/ Mrs.. Thelma Stephens Mrs. 1
3:30: p. m. at the club house. county area of North Florida 95 Down __ ,, ,
The W. T. Weeks chapterUDC I. R. S. Mullins, Mrs. Tom CasJ J Junior WomenTo :
will meet Wednesday,', comprising the Gateway- ey Mrs. ]Elizabeth Walker, all Deliver Any e

Feb. 7, at 3:30: p. m. at the Altar Society Council. of Starke: Mrs. E. R. star- Meet MondayThe BedroomSuite

home of Mrs. George FlynnSr. I Mrs. Bill Costello. of Starke. ling, Lawtey: Mrs. Alice HamIlton -
with St. Edwards Altar Society represents the girls and Junior Woman's Club
( Mrs. L O. Powell aa and Mrs. Woody Osrion,
co-hostess. will meet Wednesday, Feb. leaders of Bradford Union, Lake Butler. will show a film on''A-Wom
j at 7:30: p. m. at the home 7'j Barker Counties as Neighbor- an's Guide to Investing" at Lustrous

Mrs. Robbie Shatter. hood Chairman. their meeting Monday, Feb'.- s,
I Mrs. R.. S. Mullins at 8 p. m. at the club hou.se.1 3-PIECE BEDROOM GROUP WALNUTSmart

A ( Hostess To ADK I Hostesses for the evening will

''be Mrs. Jack Hazen .and Mrs. Smart off-the-floor Htyllng p. =-.,
ONr 'Alpha Gamma. Cbapter ol J. T. Prevatt. Recessed drawer pull..* $94 85
+ willt Here Is that lone sleek styling a
/ Alpha Delta Kappa,qororityheld The executive- board ., MAR-STAIN PRgOF
AS' KODEtBROpDCLOTH Its January meeting at; meet at 7 p. m. preceding: the you've"always''' wanted! WithYou91 PCASTIC TOPS '
f be proud to own tltla Troo
the home of Mrs. R. S. Mud meeting. .
I SPRINOMAID\ I exquisitely styled bedroom ON EVERY PIECE
r wtt lins. nuite. DuHtproof eonHtMlCOTHEH' OPEN STOCK PIECES .

t 6S% teal,fyl.: :b ttnleh. i 19 88 d..f Color slides. on Norway were Joint PTA Meeting :non,' center, drawer guided. .
'" '.... VaIa1' Y shown by/Mrs:-S. L. Peek Jr. S Piece Group Include: Dresses $ 9.9.'S Full or Twin ?

I("' ...,,,,-n'"n..1101 colo.... during the program, and The Starke Elementary and '. Double Dreamer with. Triple Dresser. 880.93 Panel Bed ---- 1)120.05) $5 DOWN
4 Ur. Chmt: 844.95
plans for a February. program Southside Elementary PTAs Framed Mirror King-Size Plloel'DELIVERS ANYBEDROOM
on'SpeCial education were wit hold a ]Joint meeting '' Roomy 4 Drawer ChentCutout 4 Dr. Of'M'l.' .. $80.95 Ileuaboard ___ $20.95 -
el ... Pull-Size O"ocalle!: ,
PRINTS\ \ .' completed 'during- the business I Tuesday Feb. 6, at 7:30: p. m. Full Size Panel Bed (30.95 Night Stand .$21.95
)f. DUCK, session conducted by Mrs. in. the Starke 'Elementary
(0110" Fate BrownA'social'hour Cafetorlum.
NEW oo6a __ .. $5 Down Delivers
\\N was enjoyed BUY ON UADCOCK'SEasy

FASHIONS ( ,i C pr.IW',, p.r-"Sp':11.po"-prln"" ::' 39 88"ia. after the program.. H. M. Richarde t+ i l 'v r* 4 }.. ANY Purchase: Plan

FANTASY'Wtd.'s{;; 1ft "5 wl.'n.' .,DlueI BPW Members Services Held 1 ? ,; r+, I (! I r BEDROOM *" Balance Unpaid Payment Weekly

I todaY' I SUI1'E" '
Plan Activities $ fiO.{>0 .--' $1.23

Here Tuesday ", f -"- .HI 75.00 ___ $1.71S
% COTTON The Starke BPW! Club me t, ; ,' ". 100.00 --_ $:!.OO
\00 Thursday night, Jan. 25, at t $3.00
45 PRINTS\ lbJ ?- -
H. Morgan Richards, 68, 1" 'IQ
.1 ANIONS ,"1f.'S OOvI ;Mrs.the home Mildred of Doyle.the president,' died Sunday afternoon In a ::5E .-.: -. $1.00

I f II. plat tlon ot $\ Plans were made for mem Starke hospital after an.?extended $300.00 .______-' $7.00
'' colorl. illness.
30'0" I" WOIfob''"" ." \'" 1rA. ben to attend the Florida .- V''=-- i r ... link. about Badcock's
"1' State University Scholanhi Mr. Richards wee born In .
C' q"olil'wid' Full Insurance Coverage
q Waldo on December 18, ,18&8 ? .
House Hoe Down In Tallahassee j. available If denlrfxl. -
'"' on Feb. 13 from 2 to 'p.. .the son of the late Henry O. ti y .i t 1 .

\< m. The Florida BPW' Resets and Annie Matthews Rleh- v'

OlO" DUCK pheric Friendship Tour t<; arde. He was a < retired. eel -
Sew end tov -onj saw 4 \D ( countant having being em-
SOl\ AID Costa Rica will be held March l Biulcock, buys Furniture -
I torn* mare when you shop SDiG\ 710. ployed with the State of FlorIda + dL4u-'. ..,r.w., and Appliance
Corp:for new Spring fab.rc B 1 00I at the Ralford State Prison -
$ In Multi-carload and
.. Cam era the beautiful rar. "-50,," peonS 1.\9 \ Mrs. the Marguerite program Hall on ceramics presented .- for many years. He was a 7 EXTRA SPACIOUS MODERN truckload. lutt Alonewith
new Mlctlon of fabric.and r 50"I o."obl. yi. member of the Starke Masonic Tremendous
all di.FABULOUS ) I. m o yevr..wlna n ha' many, Lodge: and the \First pureluutei we
I t,01, Mildred rancher.
101\\ f ;
Methodist Church Of Starke. r' place many contractorder
r A5" lobrk 1 Extra Modern Bed-
spacious with Major
e Surviving is his widow,
I, room Suit. Bowed center front $ Manufacture to ant-
Harriet Hitch Richards of
WEAR Will I I''
\\ tla t .SERVICE SCHEDULE Starke: one daughter, Mrs SaiiJnclude.: 0 Tlple D,....r .nJ Minor drawers, cerpentlne curved 11 8 I sure our customer
"a WASH' CLOTH -IYr. EDWARD'S CHURCHStarke T ra. the lost values" at the
QYA Lyle H. Buck Jr., of East Pa- s. paws Ch...t front. Extra large crystal 'framed Let
lowest prlreH. UII
RIVERdpNaM\ _. latka; one son, Lt. Henry M 'c 'Mikcaw 14 mirror. Mar and staIn reilttantPlatticized MOW how It
'"SAN Sunday ''Mass: 9:15: a. m. you easy
) It.e Richarde.Monterey Calif.; one top. $5 DOWN I In" to- open your ac-

t 4 Wdnkl..h.d' ;:'? callan. fsf, S100 Miraculous:Thursday Mass.;Medal 6:30: (Novena, p. m.: brother, William Richards Beautiful Gold Biau. 2.25 A Week ''llPJlnt.yo.. .! credit !la

r ul.i"ote I" ao: ',limn\ n- Saturday..? p. m. Detroit, Mich., ; one sister Mrs. t . "
",Idm Annie R. 'Norman, Jacksonville -
,9" Confessions: 5 m. and 7
phi ..,lor.. p. m p. ;- alllll-: ,two Irl' ndchUdren. I 1

: -'- -.sT.. WILLIAM'S CHURCH, Funeral services.'were held
Keystone Heights.! at 3 p m. Tuesday- the First. .$' DELIVERS'!
Methodist.Church 1 0 '
with Rev.
Sunday edam: 9'a. m. ANY
wp P r Wednesday: Mass and No- V. -J. Raglldale' ofllclating:, In- APPLIANC

veDa ', TtJx-m.:' ,terment1' was in the family First With The.Features. Women Want Most DOWN .
-ST. MABTTB CHURCH plot In Crosby" Lake Cemeterywith -- -
SPECIAL PURCHASE ; Maccleiiny.; Masonic Rites at the ,

Sunday Mau: 11:30'a.: .m. grave.. DeWltt C. Jones AUTOMATIC
nationally advertised Funeral Home wai In charge WASHER a..... + ,
i of arrangements. .
All PorrelulnInnlile 12. CU. FT.REFRIGERATORFREEZER.
and Out -
BEDSPREADSv Car Crashes Unt Filter -

THE SOUTIL3IDE .DetergentDNpenwr 86 IB. Capacity I t -

CHURCH OF CHRIST Into TreeA freezer Cycle-de
i. ; 3 Water Temperature -
>; frost, slide-out
male fo $144 1 rl ..y Invites YOUTo Starke'man nwq,., slain enamel por- ., y t
,.Melton Jim-
sell for Oriffls. .._. crisper, dairy and FlWASHIS
my 23 was charged
.' S ,.t: Hear with reckless when his egg storage.Even i
15.99 -1-I, ,
I.lllP 7 car left SR-223 and crashed $ 9s
Diu, ,, THE GOSPELOF $1'7 _
If perfttt into a pine tree Sunday night S199tOWI
CHRIST Jan. 28.Trooper. '10 r

., J. K. Wade of the less. with trade [
4 STYLES & PATTERNS TO CHOOSE FROM I 8:30: Sunday Morning Florida Highway Patrol said $3. A WEEK

CHATIAU-tilluitroud( / ebov) full, .ii.. Kulp.tvr4. ,. HIDOIWOOO-A roi..J prcl ibrt vtrlfcol: .trip., WPXE Radio Dial 1490 Oriffls' 1959 POntiac station $2.75 a week
In a dimcnilonal. wen which giver II. vat dy.d In a pol.". of' brilliant$ tonu, will" wagon left SB-329 [Brownlee 'JMw $10 Down V2.50 a week .-...
.riigMoW'Hxiural, .. *ff..fH. Compllm.ni, .ilh' .r.tradnlanal plain humming and raundid <." ".,.. Ira Worship Service Road! .3 miles east of Starke

wathoble.' or contemporary decors. .$6.44.hrv"k.' implicit/' adapt to any deco $6.44machine Sunday 11:00 A.M. city limits and struck: a pine 'Badcock Will Treat You Right" "Your Credit Is Good"

TiRKAZZO-An 'Intricotety-wavtn' *f-tane! fabric tree 18 Inches In diameter in

BUTTONS 1 BOWS A met vtriatiTe canlempo- In oftly' iculpturad, pattern which cra".' Bible Study Sunday the edge of a pasture: ownedby .
ipread. Rich texture of tufn and cordi. lint. highlight, ., and ihadow Outlined with" dteaj John Torode. ? ''Pt rf.fnrir.j55a"12S
rar/ 10 A.M.:and 7 P.M. 0fT3TiW&tfJfof3F\\
round ..,- rounded .. $6.4. &
free ,..f,. and shag bard r tom pr. bullion fringe, corner __, Griff was not injured. The "'
fanwu quality'
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.I BUS Beats Class AA Ocala 57-56 t New Named Managers ForHoliday Inn graph TAR brings result.K'E.

: It TirM a case of who would four of the six points coming I regulation play, knotting th e I mand: of the sea-saw contest i Frank Peyton, vice presidentof
"blow their cool" Friday night on high pressure foul shots. game 91-51. The tying SCOT i e58.55. Inn Operation of Mississippi
: M the Brac'rord High Tornadoes It,was the first one-point victory capped a come-frorn-behin d I Harold Chandler then stole Tornadoes kolt{' S534By Management Inc.. announcesthe BUSINESS!
grater a 57-S6 overtime of the year for BHS and fourth quarter .drove\. that sav!, a Wildcat pass and drove for : Iv ry transfer of Jack Colbert,
: thriller from Class AA Ocala the team's tenth win In the Wildcats erase'a lIin4poInt the BHS basket .but watt upended general manager of the Holiday -
Surviving the bedlam raised teen starts. flf-j Bradford lead. In the effort hitting Inn of Starke, to Holiday DIRECTORYAUTO
: by a gym full of partisan The game was forced SLOW START FOR BHS the floor like- theproverbial Hapless' Palatka{ I Inn No. 1, Meridian Miss., as
Ocala, rooters, the Tornadoes an extra session when Ocala's I Starting In typically slow!r ton of bricks. general manager, and the SERVICE
: outscored their foes 6-5 In I Jim Andrews hit two free fashion the.. Tornadoes werE Took A Rest :. transfer of Curtis Edwards,
three minute overtime,.-, udthl I.throws in final seconds of the down 12-8 in, the first periodas J After a few moments of Tornado cajf: took an,easy hIm eager cut: th. road thii\i t ""o", restaurant manager from
Andrews and Steve Clark "rest" as he put It-Chandler 55-34 win over an outclassed weekend for; three,games.!:Thi e Starke to the Holiday Inn. of Gilbert S. Brown
tallied four points apiece 'to I got up from the floor and hit Palatka, five In the Bradford Tornadoes go tQ Femai dine 4> r-S Meridian, Miss.
spark the homesteading Wild one of his two free throws to High ,gym Tuesday night for Beach. Friday'night.. / Imo : r J i William Burgess t is the new Standard OH Service Station
: SPECIAL cats' attack. give BHS a 57-53 lead, with their 11th victory against five Park Saturday and "to Qre general manager of the Inn at ATLAS
Strong about 20 seconds to go. l0 8et1. Cove Springs next Mchdaj i Starke; and comes there from 'TIRES '.t; BATTERIES
I Harold Chandler performances and Bruce by Ocala had a chance to tie Everybody on) the team played -' night. Green( Cove Spripga li r Valdosta, Ga., where he was. Budget Terms-Road Service
Aid Clinic
Hearing Johnson brought BUS back to the game, however as An- a. Coach Wanvey Adkinaon expected to give the most innkeeper I Phone '864-7071
.. I outscore Ocala 16-9 In the drews was fouled In the final cleared the bench JIlL the second frouible although Orange Par14may Sheff Cobia Is the new restaurant 407 N. Temple Start
period and continued l"oslterna.te tough on their home Stork
prove manager of the
second! quarter, however, and seconds. but he missed one
his players In the court. Inn Ho has been with the
MITCHELL'S DRUGS the Tornadoes, of his pair of charity tosses
took 24-21 H'UR'S'T'SSHELL
a control of the second half The. followin weekend, Feb, Holiday Inn of Starke for sev-
halftime advantage. and BUS took Paul McLeod led the Tornadoes 8, V; 10, the Tornadoes) wUJ eral months as a management
: 127 E. Call St. Phone 961-7810 Tornadoes Rally ball with only five seconds with 18 points and IS take part In the Florida StaiConference Sheriff trainee
-r Third stanza play was the remaining. rebounds Harold Chandlerhad in Orange Park, Service Station
: "-Starke, FIlL: Tornado's best of the The Tornadoes didn't havea
even 12 points and six re All schedules published name Ga Oils Lubrication
ing as they outdistanced the good night from the field) bounds. Starke as the Tourney( site bu THE RIGHT POINT for the Goodyear Tires &: Batteries
: TUESDAY FEBRUARY 6 Wildcats by nine to take a 42- percentage-wise as they tag: The Tornadoes played a the tourney has been changed Installed the way' yon write. Come In ROAD SERVICE]
33 lead. ged only 19 of 57 attemptsfor tight game the first half, both, to- Orange' Park.StatteMo. and seloct your favorite ES- 301 and 100 Starke
I E "-lrf-A.M. TO 4 P.M. :But the tables turned In the a 33 per cent average offensively" and defensively, TERBROOK fountain pen.
!final period when BH3 went Coach Adkinson was more and hit 16 for 31 field goal BHS 16 19 10 10r- 53!
I a_ FREE CL ecklpon: t your hearing aid ice cold1'-hitting only one of concerned over the team' free attempts for a hot? 52! per Pal. .. 'ft ia 8 10' 34 Thursday
FREE tests without 11 field goals. In the meantIme throw percentage, however cent.'' But In. the second half BHS-McEeod: 9-0-18, ChandLer -
: Hearing'*" obligation Ocala wfts'coTnpuinv Its The Tornadoes hit 19 of 3* Ct wea every :man for Wnnself. 6-O-12,. Jackson 2-37. Mar Veteran Bradford aheriff P. NOW
FREE. Gift for all who take test
r 55 cent from the the night 2-0-4, l Wilianu -
highest quarterly ally of the for only per i The BH3 five ended cer 1-0-2. Brown D. Reddish was Installed as
: "'Limited to those who have a hearing loss evening, outscoring the Tor- line."We 'with 24 field goals to 59 attempts '[ 2-2-6, Jones 0-2-2 Del president of the statewide
-- Repairs on all makes nadoes 189. wouldn't have had the i and; a 43 per cent av 1-O-2) Grlf 0-0-0, Moore Florida Sheriff's Association I NATIONWIDE
A Tight Battle overtime If the ,boys could erage. 1-0-2; totals 24-7-03.! last Thursday in ceremonies ,
In the ,overtime the two have capitalized on their free Thai Tornadoes took a l$-6 FhlatkaAJe.JII8.11derJ-1-3, at
: ALSQ"T.; ; V, ATTACIIMENT' FOR THE HARD ; the group's midwinter! convention -
," lead and had a :2-0-4, Walker 1-0-2;
w "OF HEARING teams traded!) a pair of quick throws he said. first ,period Theobold at the Jack Toar Hotel Guarantees Renewal
'u ** field goals to make the ,score Ocala faired a little better: ,, :35-14 advantage at Ate half. McCool 3-0-0, May 8-O-ft; in Clearwater
SPECIAL *.-, $1'F LL PRICE 53-83. Ocala then moved hitting on 20 of 31 for 65 per Palatka ,J ia' now 3-11. for 'the Brown:: 338.Idel'/! 14-6-34-2.2., A party of 11 from Bradford I 1 I
season. > 1-0-2
ahead 54-53 on a free throw, Phlppa ;
County attended the first
: PURCHASE While They Last but Larry Mercer tied It up cent.Adkinson was pleased with Coach( ) Adkinaon will take( Installation at which Louie I on Car Home Health and

: again-Just seconds later the victory over Class AA Lee Walnwrlght director of I ,
Call or write for Free Home Demonstration with a charity toss for BHS. Ocala, and noted that, the this weekend:; They play Fern- the. Florida Division of Corrections -

: SPONSORED BY Andrews, Ocala's leading Wildcats were 8-7 In dbuble JV Five andlna Beach. Friday Orange and a Bradford native I Life Insurance
scorer [171], then hit one-for- A play] prior to the game. Park Saturday, and Green spoke. I
at the free throw line to Statistics Cove Spring's Monday;
: Sheriff
Jacksonville Reddish his
Hearing Aid Service 8tatilitietlaas. serving ,,
regain a 55-54 lead for the BHS-8 16 18 9 6 -57
Wildcats. Ocala 18 9 12 18 5-56 .. .. Wins 7th 12 1* 10-40 20th year as sheriff of Bradford -i Across The Board '
229 W. ADAMS ST. PHONE 3S3-4329 T Palatka 13. 7 11-34iBHS County' and apparentlyaiming I
,Mercer was fouled as he attempted BHS m :FT !
-Talley -0-8, Gcaudon: for a sixth term, will'
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. a driving layup. and ,Chandler 8 <416 1 hold the reins of For
2.14 M. 6-J: o13.. Graudon F. 10.2, the sheriff many years Nationwide has provided guaranteed -
,.aanlc, both,crucial shots to put Jackson 8 Coach Mike Sexton's Juniorvarsity Marks 6-O-T2-, group until Jan. 1. 1969. Red- renewal Life
2 8 10 _____ Myrick 1-0-2. : : I on and Health insurance. Now '
that Tornadoes back In Mercer .4. the
com- eager'' got bac k uii Johns 1-0-2, Murphy 0.1-11; dish says the main Job of the January 15 we will offer as a matter of ,
winning side Tuesday with a totals 1S-2-40. association: this year is to i company
decisive 40-34 win over arch ready needed law enforcement policy an important new family security first by
rival Palatka. legislation for the next regular adding both Auto and Homeowners Protection tour
It was toe Tornadoes' SeaDrive. session of the Florida LeglslaUre. guaranteed renewal service.
seventh win against six defeats I This means your Auto and Homeowners protection -
and their fourth win in their Below &6 Level will be
guaranteed renewable for five years
iDA VIS GROCERY, last Class five AA games.Ocala 68-32 They J loflt'.Frl-lost to states that "needed and vital, !after each policy is in effect for 60 days. It is

..day Mark, in a Graudon road game.led the Tornadoes :Bradford fallen County several has hundred apparently programs,funds will are be curtailed available unless to-i not complicated.First .

over Palatka with 13 dollars below Ita 1996 total in continue and expand pro-I of course, you must/! have valid licenses
w .4 points followed closely by Tom the annual Christmas Seal grams in the areas of tuberculosis for each driver in your household to renew auto

: Marks with 12. Tom. Talley drive eradication, respiratory -, protection.>
had eight point's.' Through the first 58 days disease control, air pol-, Second, in both Auto and Homeowners, you need
AND MARKET4O1 of the 196T drive collections utlon, etc. ..NMAYOR'S
r Talley and Mark Graudon compared to only pay your premiums-with policy forms and
totaled $1.261
had rebounds each and
.. Freddie Graudon bad seven. $1,371 collected over the same COURT covered.rates in effect at renewal and we'll keep you

... .. The Tornadoes held a slim period in 1966.
: Total collections In 1986 :Mayor Carl Hurst heard four Say "Guaranteed Renewal" when you call the
964-6725 4-3 edge aa the first period
W. Brownlee S.R. 16 West Starke Phone
( ended, but fell behind by four 'came to $1,445, but, Drive cases In. Starktf' Mayor's Court man from ,Nationwide.. Or if.you're Already ,one of
M points going into the second Chairman Evelyn Haney says! Tuesday night: j I the several million policyholders- your guarantee
stanza. But with about three it appears unlikely the 1967 Daniel Boyd Rochelle, aJIOW-1 tarts automatically. On us.
minutes left In the first? half total wit reach that level. I'1g an unauthorized ,
1 GOOD THURSDAY thru SUNDAY I Coach 3exton' charges stole Increase In statewide collections drive, sentenced to a fine of
SPECIALS the ball' from the Braves five fell below two per cent I,$32.53 er JO days In Jail. I BILL POWELLPhone
: FEBRUARY 1,2,3,4 straight times. By halftime to 1-97 per cent. Florida's Increase Clarence Covington, d190r- I
.. they had a. 16-16 tie. over 1966 stands at derly conduct, forfeited "bond
-- In the third period Tom $19.538 with statewide collections of $27.50. 964-6464 401 W. Madison St.
Marks found;a,. hot,hand witha In 1967's TB seal drive Bobby V. Bennett, disorderly
w 20-foot jumper from file of $1,007,150 at the end of the cenduct, sentenced to a fine Starke Florida
right side of the basket; and 10th week of $27.50 or five days In Jail. I
KANSAS QUEEN FLOUR TALL PET MILK Houston C. Driscoll failure
hit four straight as the Tornadoes A release from the Florida tfo : r
yield right-of-way and causing -
ww outscored the Braves Tuberculosis and Respiratory I
14r7 to take a 32-23 lead. The Disease Association this week an accident, paid court'''
g 5 Ibs 3 for 49c locals dropped one point !In the ,costs of $6.50. I
fourth and Palatka outscored -
: with $5 3 9 C LIMIT 6 $5.00 period 11-10, !tout? BHS heldon Grid BanquetSet TUE RIGHT PODrt for ..I

: Food Order FOOD ORDER for a six point win.Palatka TonightThe way yon write. Come. and litltmwldt Mutual Insurance' Company.Nationwide Mutual. FIre 'Iniuranc Company
r Rusty Castleberry led / etecc! you' favorite ESTER- Nitlunwldi. lire Insurance Company horns otlicai, Columbus, Ohio _
with 18 points and David j
r lonotkln pen. TELEGRAPH
Bradford High
Webb had 11. Falatka's rec-
ord now stands at 65. football banquet! is scheduled .
g SMOKED BACON DAVIS HOMEMADE The Tornadoes wllf go on the tonight [Thursday.: Feb. 1)] at
road for three straight games I 7 p. m. !in the high school ,
r cafeteria, according to Athletic
S AU SAG E Director David Hur e. 'I
Whole or Hall 49c lb. McLeod 2 8 10 Bob Harrison;:line coach
:Brown Oil the Florida State Seminoles,
Williams 308 will be the guest speaker. .
Sliced 59c lb. 69c lb. Totals 19 19' ST The banquet is sponsored;by I I!
Ocala pa IT T the Tornado Quarterback
.Y. Andrews 5 717 Club. Present QB Club.memI
S. Clark 4 7 15 bers will be admitted to the
1". Clark 4 6 M banquet and others may attend -I
Sapp 306 by' paying p.6! at the. J r

PORK CHOPS. LB,59c SPARE RIBS lb. 59c Cunningham Totals 18 204 20 58 door. I

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r Fresh Mullet 5 Ibs. $1.1 1r M Come See Us! I 7' TNiI ICE

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: OYSTERS SHRIMP: b' Tgf any .worthwhile. purpose -

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; $1.25 pt. $1.20 lb. $25 to $600DO


:- "OPEN'7" DAYS A WEEK -Too make many? paymentsto C + Come what may .-.% Job

1- lay-off. accident or Blnesa.! ..'
i Too many bills to your liberal-earning savings account -
; Convenience Store Hours at Supermarket, Prices pay? here will help you stand

rToo.many tazea: on firm around again sooner! A

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I:, MR. & MRS. DORSEY L. DAVIS \ ': Let Us Help With Your Money '

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226 N. Phone 964-7449
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<<< Special +. '' YOU CAN STILL REGISTER rir .
Headed To State Fair ,
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The Bradford County 4-11 livestock Judging town works out:u"-Il'r- the'dlreetion OPEN HOUSE '
of A."llItant. County Agent Bobby'raylor. right. ia.peeparation>> for the 4-11 TO a
judging t'oiatellt to be held Saturday I'eb. 8. at Southeastern Fat stock Show '" Extended To February 3rd DRAWING. 12 ,-NOON. .
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and Sale In Ot'a1a. 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. '...FED. ... '.'.J.l ..0'\
The top tour members CJf the team will represent Bradford County 4.11 mt"m- /
hers at the state livestock judging .a". Y ... ,,1Nt Florllla Stat Fair In Tampa ..
Feb. 16. The team III composed of Emory re'att Jr.. 'Valter'Prevatt Tom Edwards -
John Lee. Travis Winn and not shown Glen Ritch and Jerry Gibbs.


Get on the for Mrs. GriffisIn .
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JpP: MAGIC CHEf: Lake City A Very SpeciaIPea![ 0 PEN IJft1ti USE The 1968

Mrs. Clara Mae Grtffls 43.i
of Starke died Monday alter I l The
a sudden 1llness. She was born BARRACUDA
I on April 20. 1924 in Georgia
'RANDrA'" I and had lived in Starke !for 1968 PLYMOUTH.

I the Surviving past eight Is her years. husband. Now Showing At

Bobby Eugene Griffis. of VAll 'NY 104Door >>O rpECIALS
Starke; one daughter :M1ss
LInette Blackmon.Starke; two Starke Chrysler PlYmouth
r sons, Eddie Beyers, Jackson- 'Sedan <
ville; and Donald Blackmon, '1"1>-'- I: ... ...."'..,..,.....' ..- .- \'..., .
Calder' ;, ,,, ,
Starke one brother ;-,1" ; '., < ', .'
: '
Edenfield Clinton. La., and ', ,' ; ,.. MAKE '."
one sister Mrs. Ruby Vaughn' "!i";''" --..- .. ''.. '-..- '; ...
Jacksonville. 1 .,. .". "- .
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Funeral cervices were held j .. YOUR MOVE'' ,
at 2 m. Thursday at the L14R\" .' : { t
p. I .. :
In Memorial Cemetery : ,_ 1J .
t H. Butler. Lake ofnclatlng.City with Rev. R. : \( I'., ','..'./ ,,-,,,, .oo. -'1J..<. ,-" ...".;"," ""f;" 4't.I'... \',,'; >. -S,. -'- -> '.J': '"'

In Arrange-I Valiant 4-Door Sedan ,' t t'' x : '\
ments were : : :,
Witt C. Jones Funeral Home, -p:.,,. : t'\tJ f.
I of Starke. I II' A Compact that'8 thrifty enough .to save you Ch r 5 I er 68" ......... .H .----"- :
I' I gas money-TouKh enough to take tile wear and Y

-I. tear-and buyer who'Sml maybe believe most 'in important living within, priced a for biidget"the ..... 'r", ...-..". "".,. .. ......-' We GAVe It Four,,, New, Engmes
; Nasworthy'sRecord A YOU EXPECT FROM CHRYSLER ..- Just For Kicks

Starke Chrysler Plymouth During Our Open House ''And A Very ,Special

Q Sale!
Break. Price ,.

=---- SALES)ng Starke Chrysler-Plymouth! ; }

a.Fy .- ... "- ..- 1 PositivePROOF

tw,. At .. I.FreightSpecial
J Jr y Plus .
THAT r'We .. ,
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SellingFURNI 00 ., February 3rd
$1995 1
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--- .. See This Sports Barracuda
TURE : I j''
I b FOR r:1 I Plus Freight '.> .: __ & : > ; I Today

r LESS I II Special Price Extended To Feb. 3rd CHRYSLER NEWPORT 4.DR. IIARDTOI- The Plymouth Win.You-Over
100.3WFor I Beat Goes On .
Tremendous- '68 Only GET A WINNING DEAL ON TilE
a limited' time only -= get on the'Magic Chef Discounts Includes PriceRemember
\ Down Around The Low
On All Our I'rICH! May lie
Gas White
Range llrandwagon during our Big .
Sale! The new Magic Chef provides greater efficiency I Furniture VALIANT VALUE SPECIAL Cars. But That'tt All That Is Open House Extended to Feb. 3rd
superior quality, long-lasting dependability I .. ', .. The rest of the Newport Newport 4.Door 1'00 Gallons G FREE
and 'a modern that for Up To Color Keyed Floor Mats as
styling you'll enjoy years story Is all fun sized and Sedan-As
.to come: See these'Magic Chef values! now. 36 Months *. CII'!" Lighter yet all 4 of our Newport Low a8 ..Plus .
To Pay Wheel Covers ':Joo modeJs are only a few doJ. ;

There's No Match& For A : Dried Sidc Rail' \.OI\.lJdJdinilC\ priced Jars more one8 than the low $2 980 Open House Specials P

*. D alllorns. "J All At L:
Gas RangeNOTHING ._ Special Price Plus Freight i

See This Valiant 100. Today! -'Good Thru February 3rd Bank I inancing, Rate Starke Chrysler.Plymouth'" .\1..t

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SAVE $4Q.OO Pay ',\


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Nas.worthy k DEALS OTHERS TURN Its; :

See These Magic Chef Features Today at Slade's -
Roll-Oul Broiler Appliance Outlet "
Removable Oven Door High Perlorman:e Burners
Door Seels, Oven Liner & .
fluorescent Backauar4 Color.Coded ContrQls' APPI.I.ANCES.
Win-You-Qver Beat Goes On
Light No-DrIp Top end Sealed Light Overt WindJN ,- :.The Plymouth At

Clock IIIdth 1 Hour Time piece Broil:r Pan 'Ve have 0"

one of the
SLADEGAS C Techniclans; in-

this Section !

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I .-t, office through 1932. He was family plot In Crosby
..,.1 ","' .1.-rf"l"- C. A. Futch also In business In Starkefor Cemetery with Masonic .rites

: ,;JO. ,i' ') many years, until his re- at the graveside DeWitt C.
"TERWILLEGAR MOTORS r ,- ',' I Services HeldWednesday tirement. He waa a memberof Jones Funeral Home. was in

r.tt ,, St. :Mark's Episcopal charge of
F. &
Church, Bradford Lodge
A. M., of Starke and the Mor- I

Charles A. Futch, 82. who occo Temple of Jacksonville. i.
served Clerk of Starkefor Surviving are his wife, Ver-
NEW & USED CAR SALE 22 years died Monday die Slstrunk Futcli, of Starke; arrangements.'l
morning at his home here, two sons. Mack S. Futch, I
following a sudden Illness Gainesville; and Merrill C.
Mr Futchwan born In Futch, Tallahassee!: and seven I

THURSDAY. FRIDAY. SATURDAY !+ Bradford:! County on Nov 4, grandchildren.

+ a7i 1885, the son of the late Ell Funeral services were held' 'l'lI 'lI 'lI
I Daniel and Martha Johnson at 10 a. m.Wednesday in St.
With each New or Used Futch. He began his first term Mark's Episcopal Church with
as City Clerk In 1910 and Rev. Fred O. Yerkes officiating ) -
Car: or Truck Sold on served contlnously In that Interment was in the i

These Sales Days You i ,.. 11I7'n.": ,....,.......tw'W'f"c]!
.-1 1I
: DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
Will Have Your Choiceof I -: I

I Nursing Council Hears Panel STARKE PHONE 9016200 I

For heap big savings omcarlasaraaceobeok

I Four, recipients! of Bradford County's home health. service.' shown u1i, ,vp, nerved. on ftpniM'l KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3170 ,I

Gas 1 and puke| at the third annual meeting of the Bradford $(County l-ul;"llc Health. Nursing Rental Services State Farm's fatuous low

50 GIIonsof AilvNury Coimrll at the health clinic! TUesday night. Each of the four explitlnml : rates-rates so low that

'. how they mode urn of the home health aid .services, offered here.Pnn.l HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS one out of two may cave

-. .,\'. niemhi'ni, ((1-r) are Peter J. Novak, manager of the Bradford Chamber of Commerce Important dollars. And -f

OR who used I the. loun closet; Mm. Clesn. Allen, who UN d the nurnlng .service; Ira.. E. CRUTCHES oheckStateFarmseryloe ;.

I D. Truly *r., moderator; Mr.*. Ray OrlffU, :who used l physical. therapy equipment available ,
. and :Mrs. Srlmii 'Eunice, \vh..-Rae. been nerved by the county' newly trained home -so outstanding that
2 Reserve Seats At Daytona 500 health. aldet... people Insure more ears; 4 J t
Installed NOTICE with us than with any: \
:\'''r..lnltIhl.mry Council officer for 1968 were at the meeting. They are

FEBRUARY 25th Mr... Urowitril Capps' president, ; MrH.. Ruby John, vlre-prenldent; MrH. lAm 10... Kite. re- one else. Call ..... ,....

roiillni' secretary> ;Mrs Cub Corun. corresponding werrptury, and IMrs.. P. ,1. Novak, CHICKEN FARMERSDO me today for 4fc I

t Irenrurer.SR. aU the details I

34 29. $250. SAWDUST ANDo {
FROM 16 Mishap Blume sustained! a lacera- According to Trooper Wad, "
tion of the head and his wife Yawn had pulled onto SR-18
; I Injures PairTwo ; Mrs. Hester Blume. 54, a broken from the driveway of his home SHAVINGSFOR 117
I right arm?accordingto and had driven down the road N. WALNUT
r II I, minor injuries resulted Trooper J. K. Wade of the, 200-300 feet and stopped to YOUR CHICKEN HOUSES STREETPiIONE

when a 1965 Ford Falcon,' Florida Highway,Patrol. Damage make a left turn. FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY CALL
driven by Everett John Blume to Blume's Falcon was Bhune applied his brakes.!
65. Ralford. collided with the estimated at $600 and damage Wade said, and skidded 127. LINDBERG HENRY i .
rear end of a 1964 Valiant to the rear of the Valiant. feet before the collision occurred -
I N waited to! driven Theron Yawn, 13, In the west bound lane P64J9n
station wagon as it by 752-7305 LAKE CITY >TE flit mu UTDMKIII mnwct twui
turn off SR-16 Monday Jan., of Starke, was estimated at,; of SR16. I Wit MUCfc: MNIHMIIII, KUNMPEOPLE

I I, IV..'
1 1
TilE BOSS SEZ: This (is the "VIC" VICKERY Sales Manager, ,

Cleanest 1963 Ford in the State Sez: This 1966 Ford Galaxle 500 ,

'of Florida. V-8, Automatic, I.owFordor with power Air Condition, it ire the

er Steering:, Radio, Factory Air Stereo Tape, V-8 is I Fine Trans Is T L 1

Condition. One Owner. Like New. portation. Stock No. C1477A

Y Sale Price $1,095.00 Sale Price $1,995.00 t I BEGGSd d ''SKI VAC'I: 1 cleaners .e-' /
If you find your name ,among the Classified Ads C ondltloned $15 up. 10 different M 1
I Gulf Service r ame brands to choose! from.

come to' the Telegraph, office and receive TWO USE PARTS 1 I'arts & excellent repairs aM

r= Price. for Wrecked' f>u* ['rak s. KIRBY SALES & I
Top :
: FREE: PASSES to }'IorlIn. da Theatre or 301 Drive1 24 Hour Wrecker Servicet:)FJCVICK 376-7110.712 N. Main. Oalnesllle tfchgVulker I

Theatre Passes :rCLAI.IFIao -. Fuel Oil --

l L. Stewart
AAA S & II Green StampsHwy. I
I 301 N. Waldo ,
v IJ : HATH: AD ,& UPHOLSTERY WORKS 448-11)98)
\irrw 11'I! rrice, V; nml J111111E i it ",,X, brunt End ffilPAINTS U., ,. is'ICNI' "' ;riJ. -._____e..... > 7IV' Leuion. tit. Falatka I
r SPC M if-:. 'rz [if-. l!1t bri C..n'nt'l LACY CONWAY A HOME OWNERS _
Furniture Repaired
r .; vnu |psi*n iri > .. .rd ... '10 ,WIIJ.
w. r I
,, h, fi7 Hr.-t.inl. t III' 1 le t' dnr t th I M5ae 6JHlfI milt!'" 1.l Upholstered &: UeftnishedMATTRESSES FLYING SERVICE POLICY
: / t }
pr/ nclitinl, ... J .'.. vkurv* If *>.t ,FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Airplane ,
,III n 1n r nEn 6 (iul ( nr.i. Inch IrL! I"HIot'f It't'rIf ...01 le ....... __.25 \ REBUILT rentals. Greyhcund BusCharter For Mobile Homes
;_ I If:: I IlealM< One Own
; That Qualify
r .pc ran.nit.H-.nm. I KHHOLt 'TlONtf New Innersprings : Keep your party to-
r II Ire V'i\rr mi I ,-I' ,_. nu' .t T1' lmpnrtalinn.k i t C ....!.. p.. wad arid Box Springs I II I' guLher charter a bus. Phone ) CALL THE MANFROM

CARD OP 'TH"IKMom !' Us A Curd or Call. >HU4-6090.> tfchg KEYSTONE WANTEDy:
Pr/a/ r "2.59'.00 ? pr il 995.00 ... ... .....- ---...tailrlt I Drop EA 5-U16U ,, I
.). word over OO tf -;,II' INSURANCE: George E. LaRue

SILVER: SANDSLAIE{ 909 E. Adkln St. AUTO, FIRE:, BOAT To Discover Our Friendly -
Keystone Hts. 4731(592FOR (
$2,700 to'$3.500 Stands, A centTYPEWRITER INSURANjCB DOYLE E. CONNER AOBNCTtfchg I Efficient: Full Banking r

GATOR nONE LAKE I RENT J-urnlBhed 11 Service.
1 I II uid 2 bedroom apartments. )
to $1,275
$3,575 s si When You Do Business t
I Iit Unfurnished 2 bedroom 1)I .
,I| A Clumilfleil. Ad In the TELE-
EASY TERMS! i with the Community
1 ,1 APH hrlnr" re."il louse W. H. Nollmp.n 510V
J See S. E. McKay 1 1I Cherry St tfchg I State Hank You are

I Power Tools : Your Friends 'J
MARTHA BROCK, Bookkeeper, Keystone Height Myers 'IFTER CHRISTMAS starting among
.ell: t 'I' *TriV T 'In..011..n' Sez: Here ia a New Car Special .,S-jO or 473-4112 Area Headquarters For I lew classes for our late ; and Neighltors[ Because

') ,( < ,lie.r,jLt Vi'iair) (!lard I I."p.,) Ford Falcon Fordor with Automatic FOR SALBBrucIc: 'HOUSE I MrCulloch Chafe Saws J h. 9847098. tfchg Home OwnedAnd
\ I'uI NwJP-i I \i.- < ",,,dl 1 Pumps & Water SystemsBriggs
>IM Transmission! White Tires, I ready for occupancy. :8 bed-
't1I) >n >ffiti>rni f /-to, I'n, Radio, Heater and Wheel Covers. room IVi bath. JUicated Just & Stratum Engine JIMMY MOORE'S
Rentals Sales Service :
,ilpfn outside of city limits In Home Operated
i |
5 Year Warranty or 50,000 Miles. 230 NE. 16th Ave. I

t List Price 265191. TOOLS AND terms.Plnebreeze.Longohamp'Easy' Const monthly do, .1 I GalnenvlU 376-3111 I II SUN SPORTSMOORE BE CONVINCED -

C- In F'r/, con Sale Price ttl"hR' i iI : BOAT FOR
pone 864-6853 P. O. BOX: Day, week or month.-Brad-
238 Starke. Uob I ford County Telegraph. Phone PUMPSNEW Starke Ph. 984-5791 Apply in Person to Our
9B4-6S05. tf SERVICE President Vice Presi-
Best Time To BuyOff dent or any of Our
J SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep Like New White Swan fiberglass -
DID YOU KNOW It's easy to Season Prices REAL ESTATE Friendly) Tellers.Community.
fishing boat
& Shallow Wells -
own a Longcnamp
: Better built for Florida living. New & Good Used Water Softeners & Filters 165.00 State

Your plans or'ours LawnmowersFIRESTONESTARKE BILL POWELL Expert Service On 10 IIP Johnson ony 65.00 2-1-68 Bank of Starke
Your lot Contact Bu- Real Estate
or ours. All Makes
JOHNSON, Tune-up Sped at- FRED McCRAY, Porter, Sez' ford Mitchell phone 964- 404 W. Madlscn! St. Phone 961-7061 Member F.D.I.C.CASHIERBOOKKEEPER.
1st, Sez: This 1968 Ford Fair- This 1965 Ford Station Wagon 6853 P. O. Box 238, ,Starke Phones: Off. 964-6464 DURRANCE PUMP THE RIGHT POINT for the
lane 500 Tudor )Hard Demo In ..
Top Uc.8 write. Come
way you
with Power and Air Condition, YOU NOTES Beau-
with Air Condition 390 V-8, Pow and select your favorttt ES.
V-8 is a Fine Car. YOUR BEST BARGAIN ADULT tifully engraved 14'gold' or WE BUY used furniture appliances TERBROOK fountain We have an opening In our
Radio i is pea
Steering teal
er a Buy '
BASIC AND GENERAL silver $1.25 for box<. W* :25, In' anything of value.' Till RIGHT POINT for the TELEGRAPH office for someone ,who canneet
with 5.000( IMiles. 50.000liIe!
? ENROLL eluding envelopes. Bradford House 964- write. Come In.
EDUCATION CLASSES. Dahmers Discount way you people well, handle figures -
Guarantee. List Price J .!! 376262. Sale Price $1,695.00 NOW. ELEMENTARY bounty Telegraph. .- tt 7923. tfchg and select your favorite ES- HOUSE for rent or sale. 612 accurately and 1" a good

Sale Price $3,150.00e AND SECONDARY Phone TERBROOK fountain pen. IV. Pratt St. corner" of Polk typist.
REDUCE safe, simple and
_. --.P.. ........ "-'- 964-5344 or 964-6150. Itch fast with Oobese Tablets; Only M. N. Yaun SI'IOCIALIZINO I In sales of fc t Pratt Inquire JW4-7289.Old Trading tfchgr The person we want is Interested .
NEW MOBILE HOMES. Chic- 98c. Koch's Drug. l',8tp[, 222;; FOR SAlE -- 3 bedroom, 2 Real Estate and In appraisals Post or Phone in gradually assuming

kasha 20' x 24' wide. Buddy. bath concrete block home In for entateH. corporate and Individual FOR RENT unfurnished 3 additional responsibilities and
e Otemson: Layton' travel trail WANTED TO BUY-2 acres Saratoga Height Phone 96.,- owners. 30 years experience bedrom house. Convenient to increasing her value and In-
ere, Liberty, Taylor, Azalea. or perhaps more of. land in 7369 or 944-58A9: after 5 p. m.tfchg. In Florida land mat shopping area. 165 per. mo. come. See Mrs. }IaU. SOUTHERN -

Buy sell), trudc Year. bank; financing the Lawtey area: Write MarkV. ters. A. J. Thomas, Licensed! 417 W Call St. Call 475.4276 DISCOUNT COMPANY

free set up and de Olin, Box 110. Lawtey. Fla.ttchg. CHRISTMAS LAYAWAYS Real Estate Broker, Stark, Long Distance tfchg 118 N. Walnut Street, Phone
livery.. BUCKEYE] TRAILER Fla. Tel. 9H4-5701.\ tfchg U-oio< tfchgrllE
MART INC.' 6912! Blending l ,, LEFT UNCLAIMED FREE RENT one month to do(
RIUHT POINT for tnway
t Jax. TTlT7B.. ucng No. 589-Choice Buy. Over have two 1968- Dial-O-'latic I MASONRYMATERIALS some repairs.964-S624$25 per mo. Itchg there you writs Cora In and
290 timber & pasture. after. Call ESTER-
acres elect favorite
Zig Zags that have never been yow
JIMMY OWEN, Lubrication and A-l Co'nJItlon.' Ph. Modern home, close In. Below used. They were Christmas lay ADV TO LIVE IN MY home BROOK'fountain fern. TCUSSTEKO -

1' ... LARRY GLISSON, Helper. Sez: $200 per acre. never picked up. Customers and share expenses. References inenq
III.I i I; I J'BII.N I <'rl-rruit.! |Vi.jhsl 4-772. Itp No. 63020 acres frame aways '
If You Want Lower Cost Transportation "M", Drawer I!
: left area You can have Mix Concrete Con- required. Write CONSOLE
t '{fcIrijjJ'U 1 \ m t.mul in a Clean Car, this FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR Refrigeration dwelling' unflnl.hed-Jul $3.-: these machines for the balance Ready A. Starke. Itchg
r, 1 II... U 1"11. t 900. Term! crete Block, Band, ROCk.! TAKE UP PAYMENTS on 2-
IO"P' 4111'n 1962 Rambler Wagon Will d,, the Service. Home anCommercial. < of $47 each. Cash or
No. 623-Hog Farm. 50 acresIn Cement Mortar, Steel. Oyster FOR RENT 2 bedroom month-old beautiful Stereo
Phone 473-3090 ]
hl"I' \t I't' (he J'llii Job. Bradford County fenced ttcross terms. Phone COLLECT Jacksonville attractively Iurn-' Console like new. 4-speed record -
P. O. Box 19. Keystone. tfchg with 3531946. anytime Shell IJnierock Roof apartment

SalePric- ; 1.095.00) Sale Price $695.00 FOR SALE1 used 30 gal central fenced heat &hog water house; A 3 BR Ask for Credit Manager Will Gntvel. Precaat Llateln Bad Ished( W.on Klncald.N. Walnut Ph. St.9Q4-7831 Mrs.J. $68. or changer.$8 per month.Bajance Also due

upright water heater' ; 1 used 1 bath home w-flre-place. A deliver no obligation. Window Sills. Everything tfchg goOd buy on COLOR TELE-
30 gal tabletop water heater 1-man operation hogs & cattle Stchg 2129 fur ftbwonry! (DonstrucUou. VISION. A-I Warehouse. 1606
These Are Just A Sample of What Great Buys We Have Well's Electric Repairs tfchg optional.. $33.000, 29 Pct. FOR SALE-Boston; Bull pupsA FOR SALE Poermatlc" Main St. Jacksonvlle. Fla.

..- Drop in, Look Around, Ask For a Sale Price on Any down.STROUT REALTY K. C., registered eight mower 25" swathe cut Just _Stchg 2139
Wanted-to hauled $30.
MATURE LADY completely c over
Truck in Stock. 2111 N. Temple Ave., weeks old. Phone 9645475. .50.I WILL DO IRONTNO in my
Car or become owner of ladles' shopIn ltpd 21 Bradford I Baby bassinet! like new $7
Starke. Pixie Shops with Starke Fla. Infant carrier $2.00; Record I I home. Isabelle Newsome Rt. 1,

118 store! is now moving to ((904)) 984.66091IE FOR SALE Half-ton 1966 Engineering Co. player $15. let house on Box 478. Lawtey Itp

0 TOR S new location in Starke and Chevrolet pick-up. Low mile graded Rd. S. of Taturn's' "ITS NEVER TOO LATE
T Terwillegar opening! soon. Small investment RIGHT POINT for the( age. Good Condition. Phone Phone Starke I Saw Mill. Lawtey Itchg TO LEARN." Register Now.

required.' Call Jim Rob way you write. Come In 964-5996 or 964-6161 rafter I FOR RENT -Extra large. lotfor Adult Education clMsei. Elementary
ergon. 378-2083 Gainesville I and select your favorite ES- 4:301.: ltpd :21 964-5403 and Secondary.
Call OC47623.
Mobile Home. -
''.,Authorised. Ford Dealer In Bradford and Union Counties Fie. or write P. O. Box 157AlacLua TFRRROOK fountain lien.TELECBAPU. : Up Phone 964-5344 or 961-6150.
Fie' tfchg Roy E. Martin j l ltchjpctlon
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( AUPt'v. last meeting, Jan. 23
Invitation For TroubleWe was enjoyable and productive RECREATION NEWS of you.-Mary ]0. Coleman and

dPfi although we started quite late Reno Recreation defeated family. j

shudder to think how it not by a fiat 'but by an 18- due to a series of mishaps. Daytona :Beach Recreation CHURCH NEWS

would feel to be smashed on the inch long two-by-four. The weather was very bad. Center by a score of 141-1M. Pleasant drove Methodist
The with Daytona Rec-
game H. P. Hudson
Church Rev.
head with a twobyfour.This Incidents of violence, such as It was proposed that we try reation and Semi-Pro teams pastor Church School 10'a..

happened Tuesday nightof this, are threatening to become a to have meetings during the will be held Saturday night, m. Morning Worship 11 a. m.
last week to a 14-year-old Lake hallmark of our times and are day. This way we would have Feb. 10, Instead of Februrary Afternoon service, 4 p. m.
City boy a Columbia High causing increasing concern more people Join our club as 3 In the RJE gym. Alt. Pleasant Methodist
School basketball) whenhe night, driving Is too dangerousfor The Reno Recreation team
player' throughout the nation, ranking Church, Rev. George Young
> arid two teammates were way- second only to the costly war in senior citizens.Driscoll To prove was will play the Boys Club of pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.
this point H. C.
;s\ ]laid by four Starke youths following Vietnam. Involved in an accident at Gainesville at 7:30: Saturday m. with Mrs. Anna Wright in
] a pair 'of hotlycontested'games Three consecutive riot-racked home night Feb. 10. charge. Morning Worship. 11
10:30: p. m. on his way
The Recreation Tournament
y, in the BHS gmy. summers have taken a toll of ISO + ( from the meeting. Thla la the will be held March 1-2 In the a. m. Evening Service, 6:3O.:

\ Two of the visitors from Lake dead, 2,623 injured, 28,932 arrested first accident he has had in RJE gym. All basketball fans Church Greater. Rev.Allen L. Chapel A. Sampson AMR

t .City required hospital treatment. and $714 million in property r 44 years of driving. We are are Invited, to attend. pastor. Sunday School. 10 a.
Four local involved and economic 'loss. very glad that no one was
r youths damage Activities are being held at m with Mrs. F. B. Delestre
,I all BHS students were arrested It is notable that President ; -k ; injured. the Reno Center dally from 4 in charge. Love Feast, 7:30:
j and have been charged with Johnson, in his recent State of the d. It was approved that mem to 6:30: p. m. All teenagers are Friday. Morning Worship, 11a.

aggravated assault a felony: of- Nation address to Congress, drew bers who could not attend the Invited to attend the super- m. Holy Communion, 6 p.

fense. One' of the four, a juvenile .his strongest applause when he ; T E annual dinner because of would Ill- vised activities. m.The
} ness or employment, basketball Is
: City League Junior Captains! will betaking
,J had been arrested the night proposed coming to grips with the have the $2 payment for the being held each Saturday
orders for dinners to be
iii before for threatening another appalling increase of "crime in dinner applied to their dues morning at 9 in the RJE gym. sold February 10 from the
BHS students with a knife. the streets." for 1968. Hence they will only PTA MEETING parsonage. All members are "'
6 The youngster clubbed in the It is time, past time, to come have to pay 50c dues and $1 The regular PTA meeting will asked to please cooperate with

Tuesday night fracas had recent to grips with the problem, not only for the gold card. be held Wednesday. Feb. :14. the young people and) help

4 ly suffered a mild brain concussion on the state and national level, St Valentine's Day Is reco- at 7:30: p. m. in the gym All make this project a success:
in an accident. Had the but on the "home front" as well. gnized: as the day for loversin interested educators and parents Greater Free Will BapttStChurch.

1 two-by-four not been softened and If stronger supervision is neces the western world. What are Invited) Pounders Rev Lewis McKay
more fitting time for celebra- Day will be celebrated Friday, pastor. Monday night Choir
partially rotted by weathering, sary at athletic games in order to
tion of the forthcoming marriage Feb. 16, at 8 p. m. A very rich No. 1 and Ushers Board No. 2
the such incidents
charges against the four prevent
of Alex Morton and Emma program Is being planned for will rehearse at 7:30.: Tuesday
might well be more serious. supervision by school officials or Schaefer? Our next meeting your entertainment. night Choir No. 2 and 3 will
I According tq a deputy sheriff by police officials then let's will center around this CARD OF TIIANKS rehearse at 5 p. m. Wednesday

who investigated, the incident occurred have it. them*. A cake with St. Valen- Mr. and Mrs. Horace Tyson night Prayer Meeting. Thurs-
about 9:80: as the three We're.also compelled to wonder 4 Y'j / tine's motif and Ice cream and family wish to thank day night. Ladles Circle. Fri-

Lake City boys left the visitors' why adequate lights have not r }';h'/f'/ x. 'p a r !, ',le i d'' 9;'+ r will be supplied by the prospective their many friends both white day night, Prayer Band meet-
dressing room on the north side been installed on the Washington } !4 bride and groom. We and colored! for the gifts that Ing.

of the gmy to board their bus. Street parking lot adjacent to the R are happy about this event were given after the burning OES NOTICE
and wish them much love, tragedy in which they lost The
regular monthly meetIng -
Four students' witnessedthe athletic ?
who complex '
4' health! and happiness.The everything they had. May God of Dell Chapter' 168 has
affair said it started when High school officials have asked -
13 per cent Increase In bless :you all.- Mr. and Mrs. one of the local youths "chose- for them on several occasions.At social security payments will Horace Tyson Thursday) to the third

off" one of the Lake City boy!'!. present there are only two start with the March checks.It CARD OF THANKS Thursday Feb. 18-Mrs. Alma:
The foursome then reportedly lights in the vicinity of the gymnasium barely keeps pace with the The family of the late Mack B. Bacon. W. M.

jumped the visitor; pulled him to and Barking lot. constant rise in cost of living Coleman wishes to express FUNERAL NOTICE

the ground, and began beatingand A dark parking lot, teeming which went up 3.7 per cent In their gratitude to their friendsfor : Funeral services for Mrs..
kicking him. with excited and emotional high 1967. The new monthly minimum the many acts of kindness Luvenla James, who died ;In

When the victim's two team- school students, Is a tinderbox ,',+b rervl .i .vw+ goes up to $S5. The during the illness and deathof Bradford County Hospital
alt t
i xI. ,S af n4s 4' ,'' 'x special benefits payment to their loving father Special after an extended Illness will
mates to the of invitation to trouble.
came rescue, one an open thanks to Dr. T. O. Ritch. Dr. be
seniors and over who didn't held< at 11 a m. Sunday In
them was met with a vicious!'! Even more trouble than the Incident Jackson' earn enough to receive regu- Joe Rowlings, and Hall & Bethel Baptist Church with
blow to the side of the he'ad Tuesday night. 10.".. Andy Speaks Again lar benefits goes up to $40 for Chestnut Funeral Directors. Rev A. Vinson officiating.

i a single person and $60 for a May, God ever bless everyone
II 1-IA-, couple. enrollment for Medicare Service Act of 1967 only
Could You Or I Do Better?
FARMER'S DIARY Part B has been reopened amended certain portions of
till April :1, 1968. SELECTIVESERVICE that basic law.
It becomes increasingly difficult We are also the first to admit Old Man Winter got In a e We are waiting for Information Question: If & person liable

, as the Vietnam conflict drags that we do not have sufficient information pretty hard crook at''.us last We've been enjoying oysters about the time of our for registration w1Ltthe,

on to bear silently the tirades of to make an intelligentor w ekendwh: the temperature from,the Gulf, and can report next meeting Feb. 13 from Selective Service System failed -
those persons who proclaim that wise decision on the Vietnam :hit new Iowa for this sectlon that they seem to be better Mr. Rayburn. You will be QuestionsAnswersQuestion to register within five days

the United States is accomplishing crisis. Chances are that if we -:-rafligtng In the20s.de now I than ever' before. We like notified! ) In the next Issue of after his 18th birthday, what

1 nothing'- that our half mil- had all the information availableto pending on the elew&Uon.oIthe 'em raw, fried or In a stew- The Telegraph. Is undergraduate should he do?
: an
ground and the recording In fact, we like oysters period Answer: He should go to the
liom troops1 should be brought our government we still could college student eligiblefor "i
nearest Local Board of the
device. We had about 23 at and can never get enough
home where they belong and n't with Supreme Court Class 1-8 [1C] to completehis
come up an answer. our place, but we're sure It of. them. Too this season Selective Service System with-
South Vietnam be left to the will But in .candor, we>also sub got colder !than that else- there are stone crab. claws on Lifts Ban On academic year? out delay and register. He

of the Communists.. mit that those persons ready to where In the area, as our place the market and lease, 10UIhaven't Mixed Answer: Yes, any registrantwho should follow this as soon aa
We abhot"''the war and its loss give up on Vietnam now are. only 'Is protected'by the woods. tried them yet, you're MarriagesA while satisfactorily pursuing 'possiblewith a letter to his
of life In for a treat. a. full-time course 'of Instruction local Board of jurisdiction
especially American lives, encouraging the enemy. It seems Florida law banning Interracial
as much as'anybody. It is indeed only logical that the National From whit we beard Itwasn't B,:Ssli1'' MeGanrey S. [mixed 1 marriageswas at a college, university explaining the delay.
J '.r' of
a' \ freeze by any Jt I In- education today therer& or similar Institution
hard) ,
trying and strange Liberation Front of-. orth..Vlet- thrown out split decisIon -
a by a
exper- 'The :.
( : Is to reportfor
to the !
damage 'classes In Just about March Of Dimes
mean'and, : any-
ience to have our'troops: fightingand the yiet,Cong has 80me : of the Florida. Supreme
Ham, or berry plantings probably'was the cut atle.&harp as *? ,tiling you'might Imagine. We induction la eligible for a
dying in a far off land in n hope. 'Either'tbey'bope to ,win limited! to a, toss of bloom from, raaof,,.to.-tet-.the; ..' 'j. swing:'do' read about a class In. stilt- Court last week. I-S fCl] classification, except Golf, TournamentSet
war which the powerful United( the war or hope to win South thaHeavy. white frost 'which ,thew'I"k.",.: ..;).;" r,:*' '. .walking, 'out at Mesa College In a 5-2 ruling the high that no registrant shall be SaturdayTee
States is restrained from seeking Vietnam when the U. S. pull out, accompanied the cold'wave.. '': '1' I"..:,J' J la Colorado, and It seems the court ordered Dade County ;placed In Class I-S (CI] whohas
a clear-cut and total victory for or perhaps they hope for inter. The' frost: turned pasture The,.avallaMllty of.: liaht is 'stunt 18 being' taught for the Judge W. F. Blanton to .Issue ( previously been classifiedIn
said Lobe a'bigfaatgrfnproductlon : \ a marriage license to a Negro Claaa I-S [fCl] or has 'been off anytime Saturday.
fear of starting a global conflict vention from"'Red'China'or Rus- brown' arid l cattlemen are having ,benefit of people interested In
with Red ,China and Russia.It ;!to feed their stock unless -of,corn. according. peach-tree pruning. Apparently man and a. white woman. Thecoati deferred In Class II-S after. Feb. 3, in the March of Dimes
sia.It experiments' conducted 'a't the > said the law forbidding' 1 1967 and has receivedhis Oolf Tournament at the
they have temporary plantingsof who work on stilts July ,
<< pruners
is the second time in two would be 'a sad thing if the '
oath or:rye for grazing.f University, -Illinois-_. "SClent-1.:! :Lena .do more and' earn. more, miscegenation [Interracial baccalaureate degree. Starke Oolf and Country Club.
decades the U. S. has faced sucha United States were forced to f lots there installed aluminum than those who work from marrlagel] was invalid becauseIt Question: Did the Military The event will be Calloway

dilemma. And Korea is A prob.. pull out of Vietnam because of r ,U talk of exempting reflectors ,to throw ;sunlight platforms pulled behind a apparently conflicts with Selective Service Act of 1M7 system for men and 'women.
lem that even today is threatening pressure from home or, if you seed.. feed and fm11lzer.from on the lower: parts of corn) '.tractor. the 14th Amendment of the rewrite the! entire law that Proceeds go to the March of
to explode anew. Americana'! will, lack of moral .support, :from a broadening of the sales tax, plants and proved the, point. U. S. Constitution calling for provides the legal basis for Dimes.A .

by the thousands fought and died both, you and me. 0 In the special session. of the ''They got a phenomenal yield'of .. People trained in stilt walkIng equal protection under the the present operation of the boiled shrimp supper la
there. The United States' gov- The Johnson Administration Legislature and both Sen. 277 bushels per acre., by us- are In great demand, not law."State Selective Service System? set after the tourney at $2
ernment and. the Red Koreans can be and is questioned down the Emory Cross and Rep. Oene ing that trick.,as compared to -only'for pruning, but for exhibitions statutes prohibiting Answer: No. The legal basis per person. t
the of
Shaw are In favor of it. They 1967 .average only at conventions and Interracial marriages and pre- of the present
for operation
agreed to negotiate for peace. line on its Vietnam policies. Bat bushels convene .
per acre for theirviolation.
said there Is sales tax on ,In parades.,so there are fringe scribing penalties .
no Selective Service System wa.esta.bllBhed BookCover
We are still talking in Korea, though faced with dissent' from tlonal plantings have been held Adjustable Vinyl
those Items .in the states of benefits to the Job. of
'. ,, J by enactment All dies 30 MaY -
and U. S. troops are also still some at home, President Johnson "- 9 Invalid In the Supreme Court of *
Georgia 'araj Alabama, and Selective Service Act
there enforcing what, in all hon- has shown no indication that he that''60' Impose one here In There has been a. i tendency; ,r .;+All 1 which will not helpus of the United States the the 1943. The Military Selective at The Telegraph.

esty, can only be termed a cease intends to. weaken his firm Btand. Florida, would place] our agriculture to plant orn: In closer: and much around here, as ber- Florida" court said In Its order ,
It matters not 'whether we 'are T at a .disadvantage ln closer rows and to'set the ry-picking does not by any last week.Medicare. :

fire.Of course, we would rather hawk or dove, Democrat',or .Republican that''respect.0am. : seed closer in. the.Iowa, and means require stilts. Sam can YY
> pour the fertilizer to the. vouch for that, as he's a long- DeadlineSet
have been talking than fighting we 'must suppo{ the
:has been using a sling planting with/the.result that :legged! gazabel, and when' he
these past 15 years. government on Vietnam in the For 1
the fleld"wM picked berrIes. he got off lda"st1Its" April
corn ,
sometimes'< called the Lazy g j solid
We submit however, that Com- sincere belief that it is acting' in
and crawled his
Dan]' to cut down weeds and on
of 'Apparently
mass growth
munist aggression! is an issue we the best'interests of all Ameri- clear out hands and knees. That method The deadline for enrollmentIn
around our place light Is a factor ,that |cannotbe the Medicare program for
must face later > ,
sooner or some- fine'' 'wore out pants at the knees
and f It's
cans.To a tool but It gets overlooked'' 65 and over is
where in the world. Somehow, a advocate pull-out now will b.' ; If maximum' results but It sure did save on lini- persons age ,
to work in 1, according to an an- Mr i
short time. tiro 6
a April
final decision, understood and respected only aid and comfort our enemies. are desired. k, "1 ment for an aching back. nouncement by the Social Sec- J

by both sides, must 'be It would mean that fellow)] Ameri- urity office Persons not enrolled }

evolved. cans are dying in vain. contact the Extenshm some by that date must wait
Economics Office, P. O. Box until I960.

let's Replace Our Trees! 'NEWS And NOTES 267.6594.Starke, or phone 964- Medicare A person program enrolled may In give the J r ..1

For "Today's Homemakers SWEET POTATO CHICKEN notice of dropping the insur- s

Our city Utility Department is to see-a new tree planted for each I :' PIEHere's. ance at any time with the Uy Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marina
finding it necessary to cut down one cut down. Perhaps the City ;. '' .By Martha Sue McCaleCounty' an unusual main policy being discontinued at
more and more old oak trees Council could adopt such a policy, j'( I dish recipe we think you'll the end of the next calendar BOATING QUIZ 3WIndward: The direction
which have shaded" Starke streets or the Utility Department could Extension want to try while chicken and quarter. KNOW YOUR TERMS from which the wind is blow-
< Home Economics Agent potatoes are plentiful. It will Whether you own an 8-foot, Ing. The windward, or weather
for decades.
act on its own. Barring' that, L Lthem be.relished for color, flavor pram a 40-foot yacht or any side of the boat Is that
Our Utility Department which planting new trees would make a and nutritional value. USDA thing In between the properuse toward the wind. 4 -Abaft:
has assured us!' that only those good project for some civic or MILK,IN FAMILY MEALS In cookIng' It'--r--tells '' howmuch'cheese'and food specialists developed and Drain mushrooms; reserve of boating terminology Toward the stern or behind.
trees and limbs that are dead will Whatever your age, you other milk tested this recipe for 6 serv- liquid.) Brown mushrooms, on adds a little "salt" to your 6-Draft: Depth of hull from
be cut. This in a necessary precaution ganization.It probably\ need some milk 'products arc needed lo equal 1 Inga' of one cup each. If you ions, and water chestnuts boating fun. water line to lowest point of
it is said. f1'Ier7 have left-over cooked turkey lightly In melted fat. Add News Servicehas keel. 8Trick: A period of
would be a shame not to replant day. As an up. to date the calcium found In'a'cup of Th Evlnrude
consumer you need to !know fresh whole milk, and gives you may want to try thla aa soup chicken and mushroom prepared this little qula duty at the helm. 7 Beam:
Admittedly, we are tree lovers. the oaks when they can be what forms of milk are avail Information'on the itoring of 'eur alternate for the cooked liquids. Heat, stirring occas to test your knowledge of Greatest width of the boat.
We believe our tall oaks add .found growing "Wild" In numerous able.:and how to use. them to milk and-cream. < 'chicken both are plentiful. tonally Pour Into center of commonly used terms. Some For example a boat Is said to
the best 'Two cups of mashed/ sweet potato-ringed: casserole. Bake almost any timeyou're have a 7-foot beam when It
greatly to our city. places. ,All it'll take is the manpower advantages. The,. bulletin also'.Includes; \ you hear
'potatoes 2 tablespoons brown 20 minutes. The correct definitions 7 feet at IU widest
Mil 1s Information, alorlllin' boating.
For that reason we would like to move them in. Important for several on the
reason' The protein, i different milk forms. cream, sugar f packed], onefourthteaspoon NOTE: Chicken broth can are listed below: point.
build* and repairs the body, and frozen des erta. 'There are salt one-half tea- be used In place of .soup. 1Freeboard If you're seven for seven

helps fight t Infection, and supplies recipes'for''soups! :; ,,; 'beverages* spoon cinnamon one-eighth Brown the mushrooms, onions. 2-Umber Holes you can consider, ,, yourself an
'energy. Calcium contribute salads' and'' salad-'dressings.' teaspoon allspice, one-third! and water chestnuts In one 3Wlndward4Abart expert.' J unEbecoming MJ *cep you form /

The Bradford Telegraph to good bones and teeth.TM .' sauces, and dessertsdeveloped cup evaporated milk 4-ounce tablespoon chicken fat Insteadof too overconfidenthere
County' & vitamin riboflavin by'food 'ftpOcialtst-hrUBDA'a ;' cr* mushrooms one-fourth. butter or margarine. Add B-Draft << are three bonus terms:
ESTABLISHED 1879/' /:. heljW 'to preserve clear vision Agricultural Research Service. ;, ,cup finely chopped onions 5ounce the Chicken and one cup skimmed -Trick: Coaming
: andlr4althy;; skin while'other Each'recipe: Hats-til '-number can quartered water chicken broth. Blend :2 '7-Beam 9Bollards
E. L. MATTIIEWS :- Editor *n4 faUjahei"w Vitamin and minerals.' fat,; 'of calories: per .servingand; .chestnuts drained. 2 tablespoons tablespoons flour with the Now for the answers: 1- lo-.Bend
O.all.wetj. and sugar -contribute to a many tr toda. .variation forweightwafchers butter or margarine. mushroom liquid! stir Into Freeboard: Vertical distance Now check your answers: 9
K Florida' ow..t *fcty; jJf--r09- !lrbYetasd. 4 '- 10V4' ounce can condensed Cook the
well-rounded! diet. the chicken mixture. from the waterline to top Coaming: Sides of cockpit
va4.r. .... ..... ....., of chicken 3 cUPS
.TIIIe : >A hew, bulletin. "Milk In A"*loe6. .ry.ghrea further dew cream soup over medium heat until thick gunwale of your boat. Boatsare above deck line to keep water
For cooked chicken diced. ened. Calories per serving/ : often referred to as having out: 9-Bollards: Short heavy
Family Meals: A Guide tans onthe-; -various:; milk: '
'' make rpreheat oven to 400 degrees About 350.) a low freeboard or high posts on a ']pier to tie up
P bled each Tanraday sad w/w'd a* Beeaa CbM Matlw art .t '. p.i.'om- Consumers"the best: helps of)this you basic to food. forms 'freshfluidcultured.J.. 't -Combine sweet pots.toes. Menu. suggestion: Serve freeboard. 2 Umber Holes: boats: 10 -Bend: You don't
at itark. *belch .td.r Act .ff Mart *r*. UTt.Subaertpttea It describe the various forms canned, dry, etc-f Including: a '' brown sugar salt, apices. with a crisp green salad. This Is a little tricky. Limber tie lines together or around

la trade treat 1 J**, M...t. r.aelu, .... of milk cream, and frozen description of each, and Infermatlon. -, and'milk and beat thoroughly. Have fruit and brownies for holes are holes In the floor to things. You bend two pieces

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Worthington Springs move into Butler Sunday.Mr. ..AI
BROOKER our community. They are and Mrs. Roy Green and [Highway 100 at T7ieresea)
residing: in the former Truby family and Mrs. Brenda Jones Sunday School 10 a. m.

By Joyce Stoke.aaasa.AAAAAA.uAAAA4A* Plnholster house, near the and daughter, went to Palatka Morning Worship-II a. m. '
Civic Center. Sunday to help Mrs. Mary Jo Training/ Union-6:30: p. m.:
We are sorry to loose two of Taylor celebrate her birthday Evening Worship 7:15: ( y"

The Election of Feb. 13, will our residents this week. Mr. Mrs. Art Gilmore of Detroit p.m. ,
spark a little' enthusiasm this and Mrs. Cliff Wilson and Mich. Mrs. Edna Hayes Mrs Wednesday Night!: :Payer! 1
year. The two council seats family moved Tuesday to Stella Lovely of Gainesville Services 7:30: p. m. :Rev.
now held by E. W. Hodge and Starke. Mr. and1:!' Mrs. John and Mr and Mrs. Bobby Par Merle Packham, pastor.
O. E. Green will hace compe Riggs and family moved to' rlsh of Lake.Butler were visiting
tition. Gainesville on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. -" "' ..
A B. Adams and Cecil Guy Har- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH :!i"
Melvin The offices of Mayor The Radio station in Oaln- rell and family Tuesday.Mrs. STARKE :. : : -- _:.,:.47-- -.- IlIl

Clerk and Marshall have only esvlle gave a report of snow Alberta Stokes Is a Sunday Feb. 4- 'Brother I .
the encumbents, M. O. Har- in Brooker, on Thursday, but patient at the Alachua. General hood1:!'' Meeting and Breakfast l14n.E8s mGm'tA'r' .RAIFORD BAPTIST NORTHSIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST
111. Tommy Cox and !Leroy we could not .find anyone who Hospital In Gainesville. 7:30: a. m. Sunday School, 9:45: BAPTIST, CHVBCII. CHURN CHURCH CHURCH; CHURCH
Stokes on the ballot saw It, and the station did At this writing she Is improvIng Morning Worship at 11 ser- .-
Birthday Crlebratlon not have a name of the caller. and should be home in the mon "Found Faithful. Training Sunday, School, 10 *. m.: Schedule of services: Sunday, Schedule of services: Out- Sunday School 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m
School 9:45 Morning
Morning day : a m.
Miss Patty Blgliaim of (PSU. However, on Friday, to look next few days. Union, 6:15.: Evening Worship a. .m.; Tr Worship service 11 School,, 1O, *.m.. Worship,, 11 Worship, 10:45: .. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. Bland Morning Worship 11 a. m.;
Tallahassee reached, the age out your window you might Eddie Douglas of Atlanta, 7:30.: sermon "The ; tnlng Union 8:30: a.m. and T0: pjai. Training 7 p. m.-.Her.' .LeUnd A. Evening Worship 8 p. m.'
of 21 Saturday, and to help] think !it had snowed all night Ga. and Marion Green of Meakness of Moses." p.; to.m.z''.Evening. /- Worship 7:30: Union 6:80: p-m. = Rev. Jack Training Union 8:4: p. m. Baker pastor Prayer Meeting Wednesday:

her celebrate this wonderful as everything was white It Starke were the Sunday Monday -oR. A. meeting 5 p.Prayer Meeting Stolte putor.KINGSLEY Evening Service, 7:43.:. MidWeek Thursday Visitation, 10 8 p. m. Sing each Friday at 1
occasion about 50 guests ar- was a beautiful sight, but It guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. p. m. Youth Choir Practice1WMU ; Wed.. 7:30P : Prayer Service Wad a. m. and7p.m p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane, pita-
rived at the home of Mr. and Among those on our sick list Douglas.We Council Meeting 7 p. m. 7180: m.: 'O. A. Meeting Wed.. LAKE pesday, 7:45: p. m tor.
Mrs. Bill Bigham Saturday was ole Jack Frost at his best. are happy to have the Tuesday WMU business ix ..m.Choir Rehearsal. BAPTIST CHURCH NEW RIVER BAPTIST
night. It was a very nice par- Mrs. Bessie Melvin had asher Jim Temple family back In and program meeting and hood Wed.-7:30; : p.< m.; Erother-, : ., Sunday.; .School )9::4S a. m. SMYRNA MISSIONARY CALVARY' BAPTIST
ty, the birthday cake was decorated guest for the weekend her our community Mr. and Mr covered dish luncheon. .12 in' each rpeettng.last, / Monday: : Morning Worship 11 a. m. I BAPTIST CHURCH' Sunday School 10 a. m.
with the red' rose 'granddaughters: Debbie and Temple and. children moved noon. Junior Choir; Sunbeams. Medetr.month.. R.v. David Training Union 8:15: p.. m. 63: W. Pratt St. Sunday Morning Worship, tl a. m. Sunday School] 10 a. m.
which Is the symbol of the Wilma Smith of Gainesville Into the Baptist Pastorlum 2:30: p. m. Primary! Choir .4 Ii' btlatoe.' .EvenlnaService '7:30'p. m. services:: Sunday School 10 Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening Morning Worship. 11 a. m.
Delta Zeta Sorority that Patty this past week are Mrs. Hubert Saturday. Mr. TemPle will be p.m. 'I'I *Wf{ Midweek Prayer :Service. a. m. Preaching. 11 a. m.. Worship 8 p. m. Training Union, 6:30 p. M

pledged last week. Out of Rause Casey Atkinson the pastor for the Brooker Wednesday Sunday School MORGAN'ROAD:' CHAPEL Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Come Training Union 8:49: p. m. Wednesday' ..:! night service. _Jv..t":!. .._.-.. .a."A.......-._.. .........'.". .._...._.._.,-_
town( guests were Sally Mooreof Earl preen, Roy Carroll and Baptist Church. 'I Superintendents Cabinet I Sund. t let us worship'' together', Evening Worship, 7 p. m. 4.JV p. m. everyone weic mc. Meeting, Wednesday, 7S:
Klngsley] Lake and Martha Mrs. Minnie Atkinson. Mrs. Pearl Markey, Mrs.. Meeting, 6, p. m.. Prayer.Meet-: : 9:43: a. m. Sunday Everyone welcome .- Elder:! I.-I.. L. Parker, pastor p. m.--.ReY. B. H. Butte
.. .. Moore of Tallahassee. !Mack Robinson had major Mary Green and Mrs. C. L. Irisr. 7 p. m. Choir PractIce Schools 11:00'm.: MornIng FINK LBVKL 1IAr'J'Is't A. G. Flynn pastor. pastor,
J Mr. and Mrs.. Lloyd Woodare surgery at the Alachua Gen- Atkinson spent the.day shop- 7:45.: Worship." ,6:00' : pi"; m. ''Training Sunday 'Sehobi,. 10 a. n ; CHURCH OF CHRIST

vacationing this week at eral Hospital on Monday. ping and visiting' In Gainesville Thursday Visitation Day Union, 7OO' p, m. Evening Morntog Worship 11 *;, m FIRST rRESBYTKItlAII: IIEILBRONN BAPTIST
Sunday :
South Moon Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith Friday.Services Worshi .' Pre rvloM ((Booster : Bible Study 10
Camp the
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-Weekday Bible Class, 10 a. Sunday School a. m.; Morning Sunday School VM: a. I&! .
:45 Worship andCommUlllon'
Johns River. and Mary Sue WUllnKham m. Wednesday;' = ,":30 Prayer Young! re... and Pray L JI1.iMomJnl' .
.. Visitation 7 m. Morning
-- p. Service: 11 Woraftlp, 11 a. m.
wayne stamaxer 01 crape ana cmiaren were visaing Services.1st and 3rd Wedmesnlght Serrtoel. 1 .. so. livening Worship, 11 a. m. s. m. Training
Canaverall! and Ellen Schnuft Mrs. Emma Barber and Mrs. Held -7LOQ: p., m. Family Worship, 7 ... m.. Midweek Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m. Evening services 6:30.: ,, : Union 0:10 p. m.
of Cocoa were the weekend Nellie Gilbert In Newberry For Gust O. C. and Maggie Grlffls Cas- Night Choir Practice 'Wednesday Worship service Training Union 7:00: p. m.
guest of Mr and Mrs W. C. Sunday. Mrs. Nellie Gilbert.. Lainas -' on, all of Starke; one daugliter BETI11CL. BATTIIT. CHVKCV I Service.m. E. R. Wedne daJ'. 7S9: p.,8 Wednesday 7 p. m. Minister Jack P. Evening Service. S:00.: MIdweek .
Stalnaker. Also spending the Is the sister of Mr Smith and In Jacksonville ; -Miss Judy Cason. Jacksonville Sunday 'J' Bowers, D. D. p.mRev. Bell. i Prayer Service 7:39
has SoboI. a.,. m. tot. Robert D. Burch p. m. Wednesday.
weekend with Just returned from : two Thomas J.
the 'Stalnaken Peru. sons.
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Lennox Oust Laina's, 68, of Cason Jr. n n -
were Mrs. Stalnaker's sisters, Kelly made the Starke. and Ronald J. Cas
.....I' Mrs. H. D. Eadle of Charleston Dean's List at the Lake City died Monday In a local hospital on, both of Starke; and one Breninc ,,1rar.hl-!:IO, f., w
S. C. and Mrs. Bertha Parkerof Jr. College. Lennox is the son after, brief Illness. granddaughter.;l Ptarer' .MeeMncA. "IIt: p.. m
Jacksonville. of Mrs. Doris Kelly. Mr. Lainas in Wednesday.-.Rev. J. C. Heaters -
was born Funeral services
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Adams Mr. and Mrs. Bid: Polk and Europe on March 25, 1899.! and 3:30: p. m. Wednesday were In ,!, pastor.; '., ...i. An /Investment, In Your FutureAT.ffll

David Stalnaker Ellen Scnuft Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Tetston had lived In Stavke for the Jones Memorial Chapel with CHURCH /: .
and Wayne Stalnaker spent and family were visiting Mrs. past 21 years where he and his Rev. Elbert Bowers and Rev. OfGOO, ,
the afternoon on the Walks- Perry Osteen In the hospitalIn wife operated the Half Moon W. E. Hall officiating Inter- 422 'iN.: Clair 'et., stark CIIOtel
assa River fishing, had a good Williston Thursday. Hotel. He was a retired chef ment-was.in the family plot in Sunday Sehooil.'10 a."n. Worship -' t.L

catch too, bringing home Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Stokes and a member of the St. John Crosby Lake Cemetery with Services! 11 a.- m.. A.n4) ,,7/ ) 41.dwnaae.ile
about 100. and family of Jacksonvillewere The Divine Greek: Orthodox DeWitt C. Jones Funeral, p. m. YPE Wednesday p. /

We are happy to have the visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Church of Jacksonville.He Home in charge. i Prayer--Meeting frrtday, 7".p.m. .' ;:. ... .. .. '
Stokes. Saturday. Is survived by his wife .-Rev.L.:' "a,, Williams pastor -! .

WOMEN SUFFER Lamar Robinson and Mary Stella Lainas of Starke. Services Held Is I
Ann Milo of Ft. Myers were Funeral services were held \ "v0U WOK A1Y PICTURE.
For 140RTHsIDg .
WITH BLADDER .IRRITATION visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leroy at 1 p. m. Wednesday the', DeWatersAt B.U'TIJIT : .

tion Common affect Kidney twlL .er> ninny Bladder Stokes Thursday.Mr. .and Ruby Stokes Greek Jacksonville Orthodox Church In St. EdwardsMrs. Located c on' Barm itJgb-- f f "- J AND 6: WASN'T READY!"
men., often rauting/ ten.en...11'1'11..1 with Rev. Frank way [tsn 435]at Ratford Koatf
nervouaneas from frequent. and Mrs. Elbert, Klrlongltls officiating Interment Lute] Harriet :
: Mott DeWaters, [CAR 1I.t. 8u'vonf I
: Hund> flow concerned
Ih'hlnlurination.. with the
Seconrtnrlly ve are image we present to others! AJId ft fa right
Jnay 10'. deep and have Henilnchts. and family of Gainesville were was in Evergreen 68, of Hampton, died' last SdhooV. i 10 .a. m. Sunday .{
Backaches and. fee...,.older. tired, do- the Sunday dinner guest of Cemetery, Jacksonville, under Friday In a Gainesville hospital MmUn Wor hl./ 11' that we should be. How nightily we influence others. It k so important that' ,
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ally' bring relaxlnitcnmrort' CYST by;X curb usu J Mrs. Mae Mott. direction of ElItes Krauss after a lingering illness. Training Union.,. ;'m. the sell we present is one that will Influence others for good. .:

ing pain.germs Get YSTEX In arid,; at urine, druk Jl.u:' ramna todav. < Mr. and Mrs. Euvene Crosby Funeral Home. DeWitt C. Jon- She was born' in Paint Rook, Stenln* 0rvlee.\7:3:yO'p.MidWeek With guidance from God we will be ready to present ourselves to the world
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were visiting Mrs. es Funeral Home was' In Ala. on August 2 ,' ; .t ) In 1
Omega!! nba ran of local erran. namanea.Thos. ,1899 and Prayer Service Weenee- such a manner as to sway others toward God and all that is worthwhile
was a member of St. Edward's
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I Church own, paebxr.DEDAN .w..IA..1 *That ya mfffW walk' worthy ofthe Lord unto all
GLASS That' Our BusinessCALL Surviving is her 'husband ? pleasing, being fruitful fwy

J. Cason Rudolph DeWaters, .Hamp.::11 i ..B"IT'CIIU! CH. I 9, *- good-werkt and i--uiing in: the knowledge of God,"come to his Church.. ;
Services ton .
Held ; one daughter Mrs.Margaret : BROOKER '*< '
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WednesdayThomas Calamoneri, Edison; -N r. Sunday, (stool, 10 a. m, e .f "i
r FOR. ANY GLASS NEED J., and one sister,.Mrs.;,Annie, Morning, Worship, 11 a.'m. J

We. Design Modern Store Fronts. I of Starke died Jefferson in a Cason local hospital 52.- Early Funeral Birmingham services; were Ala.' heat led Tra.1nh14P''Un1On Evening Service, 730., :8:30: -p.Rev.-nr. I..".1.mc'M.:.:.>> '.:.. .,... .

e Just Mail Us ) ,, 9 a. m. Monday In St.'Ed-; ]!: Lacy !Conway pastor.BOATPRAJN ,
.. : A Pattern For Monday morning after ward's Catholic'Chute with I lijlll.
Table Tops an extended illness.: I BAPTIST I I
Rev. Edward A. Kirby officia i
He was born In CHURCH 8TARKB 1 .. ....
ting. Interment was in Santa ::: :> : :::::'> t tI
SHEA'S 'Coubty-on.August 3, 1915 sad '''Fe Cemetery with DeWitt 'C Sunday; ...School/, JQ( ,a.'I
GLASS CO.'I had lived in the county, all of Jones Funeral Home In Charge Morning: Worafcjp.! '11' ;a.bu''' I 'J.flllll!
.his |lfeHe'was;; a retired meat of Traitrtny 'Tjw arrangements.
"If It's Glass It's cutter < Worship, 7 \ ... 5;;:. .,..:I. ,. m.
We Hare 'a1\: 1. k member ,of the The p.m. :> : :::::;; :
1313 N.W. 4th Gainesville FJa I I';:Baptlt.- Church. Rosary wasrecited at Meeting;; Wednesday PNlyer/: .
Phone. :FJR2-43S3 I Jones Chapel Sunday. night, at '. ;/ '
Surviving are his wlfes;; Nan '. '
L \ 8 o'clock. Church. OG,)"etu"'b1irll: : .
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.. 'You can get an Impala V8 Sport Coupe 4-Dobr Sedan or an impala. p. m. Evangelistic.Ykes.. 'rj 1 1 *:iii 'Ian, ales, point of( see, m lnuM ..,.,." Hit Owili. .to .Mw. take W "NH" wU''aro 0:1.:::..:...
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Now here's Leon. also attended as an asociate .' DUPLICATE BRIDGE months from the date' ot the.
fish1n" stone
keep ,,
Garden Club Plans first publication of thl. aotlcI
Murrhee Calls District One LEEONS CORNER I of 1\111'\ Bridges. Winners of the Mell'OlM I to appear In this court and .hnw.
; Keystone HiitesDy / Flower Show There was an old man on the! M1' and Mra. Philip Stool. Duplicate Bridge Club for thE I cause. If any you can admitting why... the.
action o-f thl. court
lake I well or Lunenbuag, :Mass. havE' last two weeks were: 18th, said will to probate should Dot

A luncheon meeting or the CIa Electric. Meeting ForFeb. 6 Who decided to kIll him a. been house pests of thE' Mra. Roland Bryan and Mrs, stand a..re.oked.I. .
Regina Shuber Garden Club of the Lakes wu v snake. Bernard Siocombs. Mrs' J. P. Vose, lat place: Mrs, COUNTY. T. JUDGE A. Yawn

held at 1 p. m. Thursday: Jan. or 'I Stockwell fa Mrs. Slocomb' I :Mary Cook and Mra. F. T. First pUblication on January
Please Phone in Your Items 4733067WOMiN' 'to He swung with the hoe
25, at the home of Mrs 1.. p. trust represent the mera- sister. Rogue 2nd place: Mrs. W. JGroUck U. 1955.

Stripling! on Lake Oenevs ::i-i: bore living'within Clay and And And then chopped realized of his his toe mistake., i' Ken Reed .former owne, and Mrs. C. W. Ha .. a03-20&Thomas .North Pierce Temple Av..

with Mra. Lena Clemens andMrs. ri ooval Countlea. The actual I operator of the Lazy Susan., dy 3rd place: and Mra. F. G' tarke. FI&,
$ CLVB Donation Adults $2, ehil- election of the trustee, for ... In his car he went to town, ., 1/18 ct 2.5Ia
R. P. Voa-h as co-hos- last Barclay and Mra. A V. Ban.nlster.
called on the E. P. Egana
The Woman'a ckth celebr :' dren: 12 years old and under, term of 'tbree years. will take To try and find ole Doe ., 4th -
tesses. place.
brated, Ita 43rd annivers&o,, $1. Brown saturday during a abort bus T'e Cnu.ty Judge's Coart I.
I Arrangements of pink: and ,ls place at the annual meeting fleas and visiting! trip to Fbi Those for the 23rd were,. A." Fur' Bradford CoutT. ..10..
wasn't there
The Doc ,
with "Birthday' Tables"meeting Mrs. Seth Kennedy chalr-
a of the COoperative In ..
white azaleas were used In Ida and Mrs. Mary COok and Miss IVI, I"
from New City Spun
'and covered 'd1sl1 I I man and Mrs. F. Koons, Mra. I atone Heights on March 28. He found with despair, In reI Estate of NEA'l'1U1.! M.PETC'HFR. .
decorating the party rooms. lator N. Y. HUber, 1st place: ; Mra. R0- decea.ed.NO'l'I1D .
luncheon on Tuesday, Jan. 23, A. Ketch and Mrs. K. Lln'ett "'I, am completing first And 110 he politelyfell down. PRODI.TIITo
luncheon land and Mra. Cheste Oil'
Following the. I Dr. George L. Bird, or FayettevUle Bryan !
at the educational building ot will serve as beT C IIImittee.I term on the board and r have When the doctor opened the All Perions IDt..re"t.4 III
the Church 111 CANCER CRUSADE Mrs. R. N. SUnderland. vice door N. Y. and former V. Horne, 2nd place: Mra. C, The Estate Of said Decadent:
Community I preaJdent.'IntrodUced Emmett I enjoyed representing 'themembers chairman of the Gradual, W. Hardy and Mrs. 11' T, You are hereby notified thai
Keystone., There was a district area.meeting .' D..McC l. Clay County Farm of District One" .He. found the man on the Division of the School otJournalJsm Rogue 3rd place: and Mrs a written Instrument. purport-
4Ic was ,a gala event attended .floor. Inc tD b. the l..t will and tee-
on Tue8d.ay Jan. 30 Murrhee aald."I feel that
Aent who gave an informa- Syracuse Univer.slty Thelma Frye and Mrs. W. ;p tament of said decedent haw
by 92.,members and guests, at the Holiday Inn In OaInesvUle tive talk on fertilizing' and with, tha knowledge I have He kneeled to his side, lay- peaker at Welch 4th place. been admitted to prohatS" III
was guest
Th invocation was given by ,. to plan this years Can- watering anni.als* bulba roses pined during these past three With his eyes open wide the Community Church Volunteer Fire Department this onurt. You are herebY'calendar'''''01-

.. ,'M tI.! f xtl.: ,?alID&1:8n: ,'_ before cer crusade. This area repre- and fruit trees. I years I am now In a better And proceeded to do his chore. morning service last SundaY: Officers and directors werE t montha mended from withIn the.110 date of the
uncheon. Preceding the pro- sents 15 counties. ,It was followed posItion to represent CO-Op He worked and worked on the chosen! for the comIng year i ia a.t publication of this notice. to' appear -
,"Mra. Emory Cooper cbair- Dr. Bird came to this community court and IIhoW'oallee
toe In this
grain. Mayor. Raymond Star.xie& by a ...luncheon and members In Clay and Duval
recent meeting of the Melrose : why the
man of the Flower Show In 1919 and In 1935 If any you can.
With his needis thread
gave a short talk relating Countlea..I therefOre of.fering In admit-
workshops. am ; Volunteer Department. action of this court
1 1Rishard returned to work In the Chautauqus
reviewed plans
to the program of' the day. Mrs. David Je1son and Mrs. Oommlttee'annual ?lower Show to be orthe : & .i mr: name for renomination He he did put sew.it back and Board of Trade The oUicera were Henry ting not stand.acid wilt unrevoked.I. to probato. IIhou"S

Mrs. Sara McDonald intro- John Bird. attended the meetIng 27.., and wIll appreciate the on program. His mother, the late Williams, President: Ed Long T. A. 'YAWNCOUNTY
duced the peat speaker, Al- : : hekt.AprU sUpport of our members' In With some help from Leeon JUDO!:
Mrs: Bird wIDbe chairman necker Vice-President: Ge'
MelThee Mrs. Ella Bird, had built her First publFatI-nrt'' on tlUI day
:, And back to his home he did
fred Watson who gave an In- fdr the spring Cancer : these Pm counties at the dIntnict Keystone Lake home and 4n192i1 P .P. Kromer Jr. Secretary: ot January A. D. 1q66.!

teresting presentation of "His- Crusade DrIve. which wW Higher Court Richard L. Murrt ee. Incurn- me tng.! '. 110. Dr. Bird took: over the Col. Ralph A. Stevens Trees 1/11 4t 8-1

tory of Keystone". covering again be sponsored by the bent trustee District one Clay I il\4Urrhee\ further encouraged The old man suffered much pr1ncipal5hlp of the Keystone urer: Jimmie Williams fLre, In The C.-.e'. : Court I.

t1e period from earliest known Woman.s Club of Keystone R j cts.Appeal' : Electric Cooperative has called I all metnb ra 1ft the two counties paln. Heights School. chief: and BunyOn Kelley Jr. And For Brad fop" t.u.ty. FlowIda _
Especially when it dId rain .
records to about 1929 He1.ghts. In Keystone area. a meeting of members Iof to att Ml this msetlnc'1n 2nd assistant fire chief. In reI Estate of Neater. If.PTCHER .
been six
now : weeks
There were 13 bIrthday tables ST WILLIAMS NEWS BY ine Air the district for Tuesday night. order that they might vote 'VvvvvvvvvvvvvyyyyyyiMELROSE Directors are: General R. deceased
l ; each decorated with a Mrs. John SulUvan !Presl- Feb 6. In Mlddieburg.Mtrrhee thdo convictlons: and to'heat When. 'he walks his toe P. Hollis Co]. E. E. Kirkpat- NOTICE TO of CREDITORS the estate of
AU creditors
theme approprIate for a spectflc dens of too Alta.r Society of 'The'appeal of'Alton Delete, stated that the a report .tJ'Om E. T. Martin squeaks rick, Col. George OI.bbs.. Mi Neater IlL Petch..r, deceased. .. ",.
month. St. WJUIams Church of Key- owner of Pine Air Parma. IDe.. primary purpose ot the meetIng weneta.1 manager of C1y Elec- And!! his sanity be will never T. E. Spencer, Adm. n. T. are hereby nDtifled and .....qulr.d -'
I't! fn. .. tD file claims or demandsagainst "
Members planned theme of atorie. has set FrJIdIaY' Feb. D. near !Keystone Heights, from ,.startln4r at, '1:30: In the trio. 'on Important matters of' 'r Deuterman, and Mr. Perry W. said any estate In the office'of '
tables of their 'own Nata3' And!Saturday: Feb. 10 as the a contempt of court judgment CIviC Center. 1.s for the nomination business concerning the CO-op.''I : thought you might like to By Jeyoe Rowe the County Judge of Brad-'

month.'The judges &t'awards. I dates for' the rummage sale. and a $500 fine was rejected of a candidate for. .' know.'He now. has Irot rdd of the '& &AA May.There was also scene disCus- courthouse ford COunty,at Btll.rke Florida, ,Florida.In' the''

MIss lIelen flittmr-__._ Mrs.__. _Lon-,_, ..Mra. PhIl1D Kromer Sa last Thursday bY, the First ---- Mon about organizing a rescue within .Ix calendar. months'
nle Strip11nll' and.n.Mrs. Charles .chairman with Mrs. H. T. District Court of Appeal JIITalla.bassee. L. I I Iwe1'e hoe, There was no news last quad but nothing was resolred. from the date' of the first' Each pubiioation : -

Ogden were faced with a Deutennann and Mra. Lena .. ., Mr. Walleniua Mr. and .fra.. OWen Bryant When r ask: him! "Why"? week because of the death of ., claim" 0"of demAnd this notice.must be In

difficult task as all'' the table. Clemens as co-chalrman. The court held that an Injunotive I visiting their daughter, He Just gave a sigh my father Grant Rothhammer. NOTICFI TO UIOOFIRI writing and must state the
l f1-td "I'U look for snakes Sealed Bids Will Be R.celved and office -
residence pout
no of
showed great 9J1g1naUty and The sale will be at a Lawrence decree. issued eevera1 Honored On Mrs. Lacroeee In GaineSVille, liter who died Sunday January By Tha CI tJCou nell Of The place addre of the claimant and

imagInation: rTlte winners Blvd. location. on' FrIday months ago by .Clay CountJ 81st' Birthday on Sunda7. 2111t in the Veteran' Ilea.pltal City Of tarke... At The City must be sworn to by the claimarti -

, were ,-Blue ribbon, tat prIze and Saturday from.9 a. Circuit Court ordering Pine; Helen Walker of Jackson'vile. at the age of 70. He 1:00 Hall: O'clock In Starke P. .M.Flnrlda.On Tue.d94 Until. !. or .It his will agent become or his void attorney accordIng -

74arch. Red ribbon: 2nd prize,, m. t05p.m.Donations Air to keep Us Utter dry as a More than 50 friends called spent BuThdky' with' :Mr.\ would have been 71 February February 8. un At Which Tlm to law.

d November. The yellow ribbon will be received means I of eliminating obnox- last. SundaY on Charles Wal- and Mrs. D., W.' Carventer. NEWS NOTES 19. He was well known( this will And B.Plae.. Publicly All Bids OpenAd Received And JAnUary.'. 1662.flasel Paulk.

'j: 3rd prize. went to the June at same store, on Thursday.1'eb. bus CNtors from its chicken I leniua on the occasion of his Tuesday of last week h*'.'and iron for raising and display- Read Atnu4 On The Following: HAZEL! PAULK, Executrix of
;1:: table, al1Jdl the .October table 8.'9' a, m.1 to S P. m.. houses. was sufficiently clear Blat birthday. Mrs carpenter went to '0rlando a, Helen Egen tnII' rare and tropical 'birds athis AN EsTT1ATioD 8tO yARDS the E"tate of Neater: M. Petc"er. -

J received honor .bfe mention. .HERE AND TIJEItEMr. as to ena.b1e. a good safe corn.plianca The Wallenlus' new home ;to attend the funeral of farm outside of Melrose. 01" C'ONCRETFJSPEC'IMCATIONS AS .First deee."e4.publication on the 11th

'f 9 Correction -.The. Palatka aid Mrs. Ralph N. Kinney on. Bellalre: Point ,was beautifully hilt Ibr ther-m-lWw. Dr.. Everett Funeral services were held .A8. FOLLOWS: 411.Y of January, A. D. 1988.
; Woman's Clu.b.. celebrated Its were married on January In his aPPNl.t t Belote bad decorated! for the OC'CU-' OWen: and on 'to 'ramp&. tie HOMEMAKERSCOUNC Wednesday the Melrose Each b.batch delivered ot oonrete.hll tu: the 1/11 U 11.1st.

.'10t.h .annlveraary .on January 22 at Daytona Beach. Mra. contended that the Injunction Ion. The refreshment table vials her sister and husband The Clay County Home- Methodist Church, with Rev. work and dilleharife eamp.pleted .

19. and not the '43rd as previously KInney will be remembered..as Obtained by Ronald Slye and was' covered with a cutlw011t Mr"And' :Mra. 3. T. M14d1eQrn makers Council met January T.: A. Steuart performing the after addition within 10 of the mInutes ell-

stated.SMORGASBORD. the former LouIse Logsdon .of some of his neLgbbQra was not lace cloth. and a color scheme fort a few dale. 17 in the Masonic HaD, with en-Ice. Burial was In the ment to the a..crelrete.
that iMl' ancl Mrs'. Doyle .James the business meeting preeeded Members When the cement used In
Keystone Heights, and WIUI ac- sufficiently: apedf .and of fold and white was used OchwUla' Cemetery
'The Woman's Club wUl tive In the Women's Golf Association evidence at the 'contempt throuhout.! The centerPiece: '.pent:tae weekend In Orlando. by a covered dish luncheon of, the VFW of Gainesville the 11500 sonorete pound mix t. Type and 1 a and re.terdant .

sponsor aI1ldi other 1P'O\1'P8. hearing did not shOw terms of large golden bell. lID vts1M'M .Mr; and! TD5. Charles ,, hosted by the Keystone served as pallbearers. admixture I. used.
a smorgMbord supper The Klnneys have purchased the original decree. had not wes a Sweden and gold Ca.l1at1an'.end. Mr, and Mrs.Jam'ee I I Heights Community Club with Eight or his ten children the normal SO-mInute m..xl..
on Saturday. Feb. 10. at the import mum time for .mpleUon W1II1ni's Rusdaydaaa
asonic Hall. Supper will be a home at 510 N. Beach st.. been violated. candles were-'Wled In. ,golden Brolhea.r.'. Mrs. Agnes Cuendet as chAIr- were able to attend the fun- of dh"harce will be In- 9 Wednesday Massand
Ormond Beach. On' the latter point the appeal 1.fr. 'W.'B: Kite Jr., haSen".vis1tltig'ber -ral.- Besides myself and my crd tD 90 minutes. A tlok..t a.m.
. served from 33O: to 7:30: p. m. candlesticks. White manMrs. or time. slip showing ,Novena 7 p.m.
Jack Redlinof court said Pine Air mother and Margaret Nelson, extension Chambbee ,
I Mr. and Mra. that blended In the flower arrana-e': sister, Mrs. Wanda the time of batching the
CONCRETE PRODUCTS ChlcalJo. ro. are guests' of had ailed to make the ahow- ments.Aselating. friends-,tn .iJac1aIOnvllle, while it home demonstration there were Mrs. Melvoa MIllI.gan oonor..te. shall aeoo-mpan ReY.

Mr. and MM. Oeorle .Kauf- 1n8 necessary to Justify its In- Mrs. wall ntu tug'eeting Mr. .KIte'':WOfU'thee.\ for Clay County, Installed the Mra. Alice Price: and each Dellverle.batnh. of c000ret. are Leon Community p Milner Church minister.- Mrs.

INSIST THAT ALL TOUR mann of Lakewood Drive. MM. te.ferencewlth the conculllcm IInd serving the pests !)eeoand Betty Morris .an1chUdren4 following new officers for frs. MarllY' Beach of Tulsa. subject to be called for In Mrs
Kaufmann's reached the lower court 4 been puttering 1968: President, Mrs. Evelyn Carol Rohthammer amnUlot. of from two (2)yarda George Canova organ13t.
CONCRETE PRODUors Bedim Is Mr. by were Mrs. R. A. Ga.unt Mrs haIv-t., )kla.: MIss .tiulosgh.! .lglx ,. (8), .WUJiarD- Wesren.Ssoretary..
sister.ext.. Pine,Air ... .ordereda to ai'owtd"ths'k4rtavi1ur $9.getth.2aatbt'O'f'ePiOYtnent Spencer; .Vice President, Mrs.Thelma Little"Rock-A11C:' GtvrmRothhammer
ARE TIIZ'BEST"raoH" I IEdward' wa. and Mrs. Oa.ther Queen take corrective measun: nears' out SpongIer, both of the Ft. Worth Tnae :- The Above apeelfboaticme Will
Orcltdc .
Walter << ,
COok: Mrs. And Worahip. 11 m.
All Called Morning
Have To Be
Building and three children. stationed 11' three years lro. Approali.niately Mra.: Robert Itendry' 1Ml'S. of,Itl before. moving to Talla- Orange Park ClUb; Secretary, ; and Alvin Rothhammer Raid. City Reserves. The Right Nursery at 11 a. m. service
at Homestead AIr Base; are 18 months later,: It P. and Mra- ha8aee.' Dee wa in.TIIoI.laohU.tee. Mrs. Gertrude Wilkes Doctor'eInlet Colorado Sprlncs. Colo. one Tn Accept 0. Reject Any Or
Francis Egan
Supply, Inc. I visIting MTs. Queens parents wu adjudged In contempt for John Ellsason. Wednesday .andJ Thursdayon Club: Treasurer, Mra. lIOn, Grant Jr. of Houston was All CITY Bide.01"" STARKE. FLORIDA onlY.

I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bleha. failure t9 comply with the injunctive out of town guests were bUl'J1ne; Irene MoClain Orange Park: here earlier in the week Mra. BYI MERRILL EDWARDS, -Epleespas

18 8. Maln4724844OAINZ8V1LIZ Winter visitors at the White provisions Corinne Jones: C1I :Bill. Joy; LInda and Sandra Parliamentarian, Mrs. Alma Stella Blevms of Tulsa Okla. CITY CLERK 1-1 St. Anne'_ Rev. W1lJJa.ua
Misses 1/25 at -
FLA.KEYSTONE. Feather Court 'are Mr: and' Debts' and his firm were Jacksonville Col. and Mrs. Strlc1t1aod of JackItonvWe Short: and Council Delegate. was unable to come at all.I I. Jones, Vicar.

Mrs Stafford Ball of Ieo- given the opportunity to purge Victor E. Maston: and daughter were vlsltlnr the James Rob- Mra. Jean Delph both of would like to take this 0pportunity la Co....,. Judges Court la, :Morning Prayer and lIer-

; mInster._______.n. _Ma3q,. .. Mr." and Mrs: themselves of contemDt bY Pamela aDd Mr. and bins 'family SundaY. BID isMrs. Green Cove Springs: Mrs. to thank those In AsS i1'Iorhln..Fop Bradford Cou.t mono 2nd and 4th Sundays
--. Aaron Boyd. of Wautoma. carrying out the corrective Mrs. John El1Ba.son. Special .. aobblns"' brother. Her .Mildred Payton, Keystone the community who have been In re: Eatate of ALKE: KITE, 1t:30: a.m. (nursery epen.)

Wls.. and Mr. and Mr D. procedures suggested at the uncle' and wofe! prard. and Annie Club president. was hostess so good to the familY, by deoea..d. Eucharist and .rmoD
_oiI.t._____. ......rA___ _flr_. And_n_ 1I.fI's..M-, .. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Holy
Poyser. of Albion. Ind. trial..These Included extend- bert C. Holt. with whom'Mr. 8tr1ckland also came for the 51J members and guests bringing, food sending' flow- All creditors nf the estate. of let and 8rd Sundays ,9:82: a.Dl. .

Mrs. Herbert Whitehead baa lug the eaves of the chicken and 1I.fI's. Wallenius worked dowt1.. Blll And Frank went attencllng.Mra. ers. and cards. It certainly Alice Kite deeeaeed are hereby fIle (nursery. open). Church
required to
1,. 'returned home after a visit houses and Installing windows together when Mra. Wallenl fl8hlnc. Jbut dldn.t have any Emily Ison and Mra. proves that people In a small any notified claims and or demands which 8cbooI. 8:80: a.m. 'Holy Euchanlet -

'" with her daughter. :Mrs. 0.Carfanao. ; If neceaaary.to keep the of Church luck. Duly Weber was a week- RubY Coppack will represent town are concerned about the they may hue against enid. 8 a.m. each Sun4a.,.

c of PhilaciekhI Pa. Utter in the chicken houses was Women president for two libe.years. Dr. end guest cit his parents. the local club at the February mlafortunes of their nehrl1bo1'll. estate bounty In judge th.of Bradford office of Court-the Evening Prayer 1::30 p.m.

: HEIGHTS- SAINT ANNE'S CHURCH from getting wet during, heavy. Holt is pastor emeritus of the Mr and! Mrs.'John Banner 1 Leadership Training meet- Thanks[ again. ty, Florida In the courthouse each Sunday. LYC 8:30: p.m.
Enqulteres classes will begin rains. and IOns and Ima came from jag In Green Cove Springs. Mra. Grant Rothha.mmer baa at Rtark.. Piorida. withIn elx each Sunday.
Church having date
Community month from the
( next SundaY evening at 8 d- Eldit months later, a second retired in June 196T. Guy-ton. Qa., .to pick UP Mrs.walns The program topic will ''be returned' to Tulsa Okla. with of calendar the first publication of this Dally oftlclIII or Morning
clock: In the ParIsh Hall. contempt proceeding wad filed. who will spend some selecting accessories for the her daughters for an indefinite notio. JDrooh claim 0" demand and Evening Prayer 8:00 &om.IUId .

;: MELROSE These classes are open to and the $500 fine resulted. time I with them and In'Sa.v- home. visit there. .must state the b. In place writing of reeld8nell and must and 6:00: p.m.

those wishing to Jearn more from an operation. I am hapDy anah, ()a.. FELLOWSIIIP CLUB Mr. and Mrs T. R. Cooper poet office address of the claimant -SaptljSWorship

about Christianity and the -.wvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyvyINDIAN to eay. Lou hu been feel- Mr and Mn. David Reid A BOng lest and bingo games of Thomasv1lle, Ga.. spent the the and claimant' must his he a..nt.sworn 01'tD his by services : 8IJn Iqo.

Episcopal Church. u well as Ing fine for 11% months now. spent Monday wlth her par- were enjoyed at the Fun- week visiting Mr8. Myrtice attorney 0" ,twill become void 11 a. m.. 1:30: m. [11UI1II8I7

BUSINESS those Who wish to be confirmed BEACH: However she left the Job within ents.Mr and Mrs. D. W. Car- Game Day of the Fellowship Chastain. according to law. span].

". Into the Church Confirmation to my delight. And you penter. Club on January 24 In st. An- Mrs. Luelle Z1Ilman is home January Louise 11th.Newman 19811. SUnday &11oo1, 95: a. xl.Cnurs .

classes. All Y'OUDa' people (t s..... r.)' never can tell. I may still be The Boy Scout Troop 109 of ne' Parish House. from the hospital. I LOUISE NEWMAN. Execti.trix .- '\ open J. 'I'r&1rdnC: 1M-

OIRECTOiY ''who are In the sixth grades or 1Ir' II1aItMI 0. 0Idttr: writing this column, when In.dian I this area. had pictures made I Guests enjoying the occas-in- Also home from the hospital Kite. of deeea..ed.the. Estate of AliaS &lea; 4:39: p. m. ntJI'MQ' opaIl.tev. .

I above wishing to beconM p. "7$4171 Beach becomes a boom- at the Baden Powell ;BoY ion with the membership Is John Chaxublee lion of Mr.I First publication OD ,ianuaryIs. Lawrence Carroll, -

members are invited to come. ing metropolis. Howeve-r. I SCOut Camp this week. and I eluded Mr. and Mrs. C. W. and Mrs. Tom Chamblee. Hel 19811.THOMAK. a. PIERCE ,

The Rummage sale held A A &&.. truly hope that It never does. the"' will appear 111 the feature Wood of Angola N. Y., Who has spent two weeks In Ala-: 03-101i Nnrth Temple Avenue

_BEAUTY SHOP oVer the weekend was a big HAPPy ANNlVERSA.R.YITo because It would be a beauti- section of the FlorIda. .are visiting Mr. Wood's sister bus General suffering from Slarke, Florida -Lathena

IIUccess. Remember If you have Ualll I I yes O1kS.' you. may. ful place to Jive. Some day I Times Union. this BunAiaY.. Be, Mrs. Marion Wilson or HID-. ,urns. I 1/18 4t 9Sis Lutheran Cburoh of Esy-..

.. things that are of no use to not realize It but this week IsIDY hope to put the experIence sure to look for our boys. crest who is a new membet.I Mr. and Mrs R. M. CMOn Coun6y .r........ Court.. .I.A.d ... stone Heights: Vlcea' P.ltdIteyer
to greet
.' KEYSTONE you perhaps someone else first anniversary with' ..TheBradtord t've been getting to bigger and !Mr. and Mra. E. W Revels I Everyone is pleased celebrated their 84th wedding 'I.ld..Fee liraSford 4inuiiIy mlnist.r.
i could get some use from I. CountY.Tel legrsph.re .better jobs I would like, to Jr. .nd 'eh11dren spent the I the Royal Shultis of Sun P1'alrie anniversary at their home In rex Estate of ALICE
:: BEAUTY SHOP them. Bring them down to the' [your rolUnar-reporterl, write a sports column: and weekend with their parents.. Wis. back for the winter. Thurllda.y. Their guests Included KITf'NOTICE Secoaseti OF. ,! PROBATE. Divine worship Sunday

Parish Hall.A. have been writing !t,. and!! alsowrlte about short stories. .Mr. and 'Mn. 1C. W., RevelsSr. They occupy the Montgomery their cbildren. Ralph TD All Persons. Intere..ted. In a. m. Holy Communion )nil

IDdtUI. .Joluigoii. Owa.i. C. Min4rledort was elected you've been reading It [Jnd1an WeU 80 much for mystory, .' w. and'Mre.: Charles [Roger] home on Spring Lake.W. J.r canon of Palatka Mrs. Cecil The Estate Of Said o"ell'nl. that, : Sunday of ,each mOrltb.

P-.on&l' Senior Warden and Ronald Beach News) for a year. The I now we will get to,the ,news Bevels of Mershon.Ga... were Mr. and 'Mrs. Vernon Harris of Welaka; Mrs. George a You written are herehy instrument notified purprt.In. Services bel.i each SuDdaT

: 4. .cr.ativ.Hak .1'tnntna ug'" ",teeted .Junior __' ........... n_",. th''anl: .,.!I Otis Mellon and I went: psfl! RUests. Charles 18 Ernest'srother. Burns of Algona, Iowa are : Thigpen of East Palatka.I to be the last will and at St. Anne'. flilacopaiChurch.
8ty1iviIamwMu. : .anm awwvn a a. wv .4 tiaiing .but' spending the winter in the Ford, of Pala.tka .- testament of said. 118cednnt ha. .' ".
Wd at the Vestry meeting. of this week's colwnn. I ta the over the weekend. 1: L __ _-._____ _..._." .l.a.. ... an1CflUITUI and Mrs J. V. been admitted to probate In Keystone: .Ie1abt4I'll.
I Beanty reEv'.r7 ,'last Sunday evenlns. bird: I have written to we had no luck. The Jaclclt1ah Mr. and ,.fit. David RapeIad .. g. -- I ; and a granddaughter thlll oourt. You are hereby corn.mended ..

Farm of Jkauty. Culture BOWLING NEWS : cs poem mi column Ince the have been biting lately.. but I we 1 1cUdn't a nice catch of fish last Lake Qeneva. Mra. Burns sister. ---I ,Mrs..--- Marilyn" WlIddles! 01' within .Ix calendar. .
Open Tu.a.t. M
: JulIus
Team play.Iig 1t67.SO find them. Otis u.never iondiy; .t1i' aua'ht five Mr. Gainesville.
Clo.ed DeWItt C. first week of February } covered
f; KOD ai done much ca.st1nIr\ and'"QUIte' 'ffSW' epecs. The next Fellowship Recent guests of :Mr and
In the' NOrtheaSt Florida you can see Why W. .etl i 1 bass be held In
Travel League played In Daytona ting' hard to come up with. .a he was enjoylllllr practicing' .: ,frnM1uMe ,Qulnn and son ,dish luncheon will on February Mrs. W. D. I/lenhower/ were
: CONCRETE on Januaryl4.againsi different one each week. Let 'wi also tried the IPeca' Uneuccessfu1ly. .Phnny! f Up oln, pa, were the MasonIc Newton Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pritchardof 1
found out'l tei parents U. Mr. and 5frs. Best
t Gator Lanes of Jacksonville me say, .It 'has reallybeeft ;I 'feelten4 guests'of ber ansi 8Ister-In- Macon Ga. Way
Hawthorne Con rte been't1J'Unrt'for 'EIlts. !lIooka. brother of Silver
taking one point. Joyce Bar. lots of fun. and I have trulY that we should have Mr:and )fys .George Martha Beam, will Mrs. BlUe Gilbert :
I'I. Music law or Mrs. Mr. and Mrs
& Supply .Lie 'enjoyed It" A few or you-mar them. : Their. grndaon. Jerry taken on a recent Springs visited
MURRIJEEInsurance remember. that when I atart I. The bass and Jacicflsbbitthg 'were and a. friend! .IJa.wton ''Bran- show films United R. M. Cason last week.

.REDtf I was' to fill In for"' Mr: 'last week 'and over .th ford who aTe both In the U. S. motor tou1' of the Mrs. W. B. Dunn of Etowah.'I .
!'tux 1.t' ,Agency OOVerecJ 'WeekeM.-The bass act'like Navy are spending this week States. Tenn. is visiting hubrother
CONCRETE Mnyrhei Lou Miller while ehe'r.. .-. to start Ellis' EverYone Sa grateful to the' 4r. and Mrs. W.
Richard .Aat.QenenII they are lwantinll with the and his wife
". _.' 20 w. Hawthom. LaneeJ1. spawning In Santa Fe. Roy Mr. and Mre W. C. Ward Melrose Masonic Lodge and I. D. Isenhower for a few weelu. Bank

t-tU, 2031 o.-JtT. )IartIM ton led our team.with)... total guided Mrs and Mrs. John T. celebrated their "tho Anfifveneany supporting EstrellJta Club fOE' Rev. Albert Eggleston is etlllI WayWhat

.;>NUR..CERY; Auto Rends of 887. and also bad .. high. Flowers of Jacksonville Beach. at the home of Pete the dark curtains In the hall, In critical conditIon at Cabell-

,- -- KnwtMIe ReQtItII_ 4T341ScUEDUL ..,. genie of 192. Total wool'the for Monday through Wedne daY and Joyce 1hTton. 'Those at- making daytime pictures more I Huntington Hospital. HuntIngton -

:; O.C. Carries Nursery team with handicap 3.705."' .Jajlt week..They caught 14 tending the celebration were: enJaya.ble. W Va. He has had an

One member of our..team "u, bau; one 1-1- pounder. and Mr..end :MrI. Freddie Waterson coMMUNITy CHURCH operation on hIs rye, but has
: m1M, Thrahonse unable to be with UL' NickY several over six: pounds. and and fam1l7. Mr. and Mrs. The general meeting 01 r suffered another heart attack. A Difference A
... i \
; II MD. 8m of .. $. crowder. The sub for Nicky Women will be hele I
25-30 speca. Thursday. Roy LeroY Lovell and family otl Mrs. Sadie: Perry, Is I In ser-
Thouaands .
Pureery StOGk OF' SERVICES _aa Jul1a Wells Who was 111 caught an 81,4 pounder. C. A. Starke. and Mra. Luther Wat- at 1:30: p. m. Monday Feb. 5' bus condition In the Md1Ci
of Plants a mItt to Low Cost Bank Loan Can
for and we educational building.
? there pitching : us. .Barr1n8e1' caught a 1% pound- terson of Hampton. "We hope in the Center. \
choose from. N1e. JAI&4e! Trees '
I IJIIv.rgreena effort& N1ckr I In charge \1
A LendcapPlants. PARK appreciate your er; and Friday Joe 6medley they have many more Happy I with the program aIM. and .lrs. Richard Din'-
we are hoping you can tiebaCk 10- of Mra. Frank n.-en. visited his Make
AIl In containers of the of Jacksonville, caught a .6nntver arle6. bIn and daughter
Plant anyt1me. C&DI.1Uu II with us on February 11, pounder the largest one he Well this week before I lay The Board of Trustees 'will parents Miand Mrs. C. 'W. II

a&ale. PALMSWNDAYS as we will play at.against Jadtsonv1Ue l'rnIatservt.ce ': has ever caua-ht. The specs JOOdIbYe I went to remind'yOU I meet on FebrUarY :2 at 7:30 p. Durbin. and sister and family I Whether you want to buy a Car Boat HouseHold
at Gator Lanes biting' deep in the middle aU that have Game Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Corey
Let .. 110 year Iandmcsp4as Ocala are we a m. Appliancel1.! Do it the quiQ't easy, economical way.
Phone M9-IM of the lake trolling with art10 Warden pe.troHnc'ow lake.' Next! SUndaY will be Youth and sona. take
Come advantage of our Low Cost Loan Sere
ST. WILLIAMS fda baits. with minnow 0" out hero almost the youth of the "
UOG A.H. -.7i0.P.M.-: a He 18 every Sunday with The Christian Fellowship:
USED CARS munsDATS B1igo every 'Prlday night at them. They are hitting.. 'NoAlibis. day. and he I.s "Johnny on the church participating In the ClaM of the Methodist Church vice Details gladly given No ,Obligation.

the Church Hall st,1:3O: : p. m. ,'! 'Lead Ben", and spot." He baa been checking. Morning Worship at 11 o'- recently surprised Mrs. John

7:30 P.M..' The jackpot Is now' $50. "Midget MJrro-Lures.. lfr anA everyone pretty often. 80 be cloclc Griner with a birthday party
PUNDAMBNTAL DUPLICATE BRIDGE -Mrs. I Kenneth GI11s of Arltadelphla. IIU1'e you have JOUr Fishing PERSONALS at her home. Several members

JUG CASH DISCOUNT I BIBLE TEACHING Duplicate Bridge Club,, "epon'. Ark.. and Mr. and. IJcense. and a boat cushion""Geneva hu recently reI were present.Mr. .
Member F.D1.C. na.YOIU' .
TERMS scrod by the Woman' Club.. Jl,1r. Craig Gilbert of AmerIcus. for each pa eenge1'. You mould of Late Geneva recently re- and Mrs. Otto McCo1lJs- Keystone Heights

EY-SRADE AD S"'ees' ITeM IJa The meets every Thursday evenlnc. Ga.. are staying In cab- also.bave an anchor.-, ,rOPe>, turned from attending the Na- ten of Trenton and Oerton N.' PrIead1y: flank In Tour Friendly:
RL 1 BoS 90fiwy. NeW' Bible Center HaU. Otumo, ins at Grlf11ns Lodge whIte
at the oars or P8ddles and running I Lions Auto'Accessorlea Exposition C. spent the weekend with
100 a MIles 8. Itske starts at 1:30: sharp.5.,5.lJL.UJ1I working on the Natural GasPipeline. lights after. dark. So long dear Show In Phflajde) ha! Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Grollclc. CommunltyP

; -I.. ,-'--. peoptstor. another week", ADd: l'a. Chuck Newman uf KItJ- J


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...-*.nfRJotn..v-.----.-- rrtt 1.. usa BRADFORD OOtTN'.rv1' '' TEL1 GItAPl1l, S7hAtt1L10. 1FLORIDA :fH'... .R Ti014' .a. -.'l'AQR! i
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standing health workers who .. .
COVINGTON NAMEDON will explore public health T7ttyyyyty.ttyyttg'Ir 'aenife l t4jef acquainted with I .

STATE GROUP needs and problems on both the book. Study the MtIlJJe! 1

'Dr. Y. Coving-ton, county the state ana iota lye, HAMPTON: I return at'4'llO. ,' vHO' .r.1o&I BUSINESS '('
A. \, i U 'T the deduction* 3fOI.I'J11.>. e 11JIn, JACKSONVILLE( [ : IRECTOR'i
health director baa been appointed Members xf the committee ." WUHLeaUu X dldn'%rea.Uz4i W1at:; peRnI4, .
WUllawft ... .
to a statewide health were selected by the State Drl. Mary less of age; "you must file a -- --- --- ---- --- -- -

committee. composed; ol out Board of Health.. YOUR t' A Et: Tw self employment tax return'tor 1
... .-._ u..u..uauuuuilampton PICTURE FRAMit9.
._ A.s.nio.-
- School News have ,-of net ,
$400.00 or more 1iA1li
:.FRL1 FEBa .2: MOO. FEB 5i ClletfB Intemtedlalw Ir Ir.M1' earnings trom self employ> :LAND1.ROY.' '. Peavy,Brothers- PICTURE.SPItJLERS. ; *(

; .,: thru class held a Colonial eahtbit l :ment. You may "have'to do N .
on January ae,from. 9:90 till this even though you'do' l10t# : E.R "T Electric: : Co.' *

; ''JA i 'KS'INVILLE( COLISEUM 10:30-: There were displays,to I a file ark !income- tax return, A ."\ AWtrltl'a: Ftaogttn(D fXECCTUC: MOTORS
Uustrate Mad. bufttl.nc' Bold8ervlced'4pgbtld r tCALLERY-
j guns ) girl or boy in<.4iHorFFA'i; ., 5. ,f
,.At I Art1> :
: punishments. home life spinning i FHA- may hav earned oyer Generator*--8UrUr 1tnN 'iF1Tb" 'IS S'if' Play
I+4t"+"4 $Mvvi jce4 byr "
; and sewlrig; $400.00 on some- special'' pro ,,. ": "ACO'atlorul) .'. J"t I Jace 1b6s 1041t111IRING
," -$" ,rta' .ct2\e" !eb! *
; '
kitchens and ject. Armature. Rewinding.! ..,
clothes and 1 a :. Studying ,this Tax Quld ,Q9ewLCtve; .NvrIIIff'_,. ? 8e "' "4044 L nox Ave.. )W T ..ir l3UPPLIEBoaf "
JadrA.nvUl !- .s44.9000r 1 __wlll-.,. }..".$*3trMOTORCYCLES '
Old objects such ', may save you money, or1 cost I IIJ *
5 educatlon'l i g e' a 'v ,_ J.. __ _- C, i11'I+ERI'saiMlrplitu.'ai
+ powder horns. a v ;Gao 7.k you money EitherwarEt'm4y;: r ; J : .." ,

: p.. wheel pewter cups, ,' help you, to know the'. (facts J : EE'p- .
've books were brou and why. '1" .\II! 'J :: "! : ..
1 ; .a// 1// H' O"'iD" ,4 Ibipetex
home. Many Items What .Is' this. Ffbuiwrjr, f. '
,c cI. 'by the class. These. included! 'a :. ,:..1.: .' we are talking about?., ; .;.,.','""'P'.Wa. aneerBtaloa; MO. T'oa <0 *\OI.lBSj' I\
s "
a 'pUlory. bed*waafoer. quU) ', xct ,lliri ,ti'hf"' r rto ,. ht t, Wc. ?.. ,. ,: .AtJ.b "
pens and knitted object ., ali.4ePI Merdtaiitt 'Green Btampaj'1'' 'r ?
.1.1Tli V AnM4k.
Arrival :
I New' OpeaY$ A.14 T-r J t *'
5d. (Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Varnesaanpufxi Wily j' ; : OODrQu04r; y 1 r:: ,f .' .r1gle.;., w.dJ; .Th.**., ,m.Sat. : .: } ,11
the- birth; of- son Authocted aelrks'-.T. 1 0JN4 .;'4h AJCi.: ;. i' 4 'T;bCCJo _
.. Mleh&el Calvin, on January + : dtt. SundarMontUy- Q$>tiiitQB.
$ i, : : ; cli ,
81 .Mrs. Yamea 1 lA the former e. Approved.T'Itf11L MOTOMT crrcto' :
i, : ra .Lorraine' SparkmaA.QhurctL ,. ; ..
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'Wheel _. \VIIcQI t'Dtlr.4 t J." m..n. eQ.EM.erMUs .. ...
N CWW. 4 IW a : ... .r. +t -- r
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Forty-:! wo young people and 1 .. .
adults participated in the all .' 1'i' \ '
MUSIC. 'if sit ,C: 11H 'MlI1sIwviCD3'
.. Church:; skatingyartp held .In :. S tent EDDIE"ULANDMOTORS i
'fl-r '
-. Lake: .Butler: J last 'l4uaedaK. \ ; 'hie.JAOKftOWIIXK j'i> i iM; *''l GO.J :'

-- i l'11f111M 1Ia1Jf6;: b11JCb) lz rah rotor'Qc' r: st.' i ADA. *4i! t t,' ,. U Band e rtaJ3 ta/tmmaAta
.. ; Oil'S Mt4r Mfl rt
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ii: Sunday school. 10 a, 04; ,. : r' 34,7751.BBABTTT e I y r

aeltoot is Wp4IaJMtructlcB ry Ir
.. ftferotna Worship atr M. "Training dwt ,;eei u. n I '
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11 lIA1IeIt e. .
'I',' Ail!SlATS RISERVED ,'llfORMANCES! Union 6so.: < nd< ..v<<11pc '_I1rrih fd odors t -
.., IU. -.qq-"OO ((:r.1I IlieU ri4. ..-.W ,. .,.... sls. rem; .a worship 7:30.: Bro. Hamel 18. "d'' ., Mp.a.ieala irf.r.a.r.Y,.Lim ,lt'.
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-l' ml 1 SAUl:, I OO I' ..J:!.. til*.../! preaching sertec of'ran sennonji on 1 : L'l ,. .u.B8 :..: ;' Q $:.......,.fill' 1"r
"" '" a ir.1. ..... tleboolc..of.} HejaelattQH a' r IfElltt"IC1fTfhll1TS' : atttgh wq"l ;Ti41hEttdt
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': .,ItJch ..... 121'' N.aM raL 4.Ap* ItU, ---jL. Sunday night. Hfveisypn> Is <1: .yo p. r rSS . .
.. /M.'.....11aR. .. .et.4..i. ta4 i AL''.Nos..' N4'I ':CAp4nr'a. M.a .MNr!" :.slued to attend*, paayeij MeetIng -, ; rsr, 7'tr : r : ., r n.Jphaosil..Qas-$9T. r.
Christian Wednesday'' Chnroh night.' .- Jt; w p p r ,1 '>woV' Ao, ""'j'j.'. .. ., UA'J&man{ : ,::.WKAR AM1Ot.Paldl.hi #
HOW Ofci "
= i .QWdWl acbngl..l\t, t"ru." I 4M VaaS I .
., ::r PARK,*. THl; *CK90NVaU' AUDITORIUM, gTH Morning. Worship at 11. and t ? Vouf-loMlMiimntier .ay>ii...>. -t, vfi IlviUo vl1bt fr.',:...'ih.: N aF -
... > IACKSOKVIi.U COtmUM I 0- evening worship at T 9PERSONALS -'m. ., (armed of what's! happening!' in youf' PhcN :!IM-M, .'o.rr.T.;. : '
GOODS A1S :AVAILABLE\ AT COLISEUM' r r a area-outinuini|>ht__|.. grittf ,. ., t H
meeting( ttPilmktout tWtil '
: .( BOX OFFICE' AS LATE 'AS SHOW TIME I: ,MJ:. and Mrs.: ):101K1J.t and.L. 1 xlNf fit,ip your viiln,,tTt"'''Ii YV4'.t,\; ACADBMT.,.... ? ;
.-- .should..t..dn'ltfl.. khr:: .. :J a .. ';:"':: ." ,rl "!'" ....... ...
HOW "TMBtou ttdNiTOL Oa0lttgdtlll : rr ar F-"'tt"!! " I LeC'" "' '1'1 .. t1 ; ??"J1 g.. :- I
The lhattar'l clalb_, UNInnl!
IIId "' r..it.t. IUtiN' sad iI uaT "JaaNecnylae"w', MOIK.OImIpl* I "9 .t, ".,,

",e,oj,wltb.-.duslv4( 1IIQ11t\! \ Sfcop for :lh.ther-to bu. ,'r oi" ., IJ "
.from on* of ths Rnrc \
largest {
: PORTABLE .u$ 'In ttia''pationx' eapitaf!' \ : :JUJ;>rs. rmItI' O utVgtlr. [ W.. .6:; rt
n front MbniiMIMW* txptrt it 4CIVMSMS W.'MONBOU$1 ... .t aTs .
+ MunUilkMNiJlil/ ,. W'tTV :+ roontroatk*..;;1y3'. or.Je. ;
I yR'I ,, 1HB MONITOR nt A.fUtft iAOxON1} BJ.$ 816.9891 itor? Baric at 0'Point* 'I '- Call Jax 771-, O'A fStA t
rHE! WHOLB fMULT $Jltlw..rll.twrtrrt r"xireraide .II-601Ii
: TYPEWRItER WiMp Jacksonville, t
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1 plants MaSschuutttu'.sA1!! /; ; 02U5M ;H iu itti> c : E

farm,, Morgan'i They are'bigpvcte thought experimental'' to 'bo more'Mrawberry' resistant i':loaf onhls .(as,..a>...wM star my.*. MIIII'It..' .::uftMrl:.; It.....IIM......*.t.,' .> 'Academy} : .'Wet tet. ,. t

--=.; pot. ,, .* "''''"" ((110I. .....", '. 4tm8 1''U' 'Bra1'thiAB
.. 01 YEfI'U",.'C.. ,.teatritlt4ti. i8691'AItg-sr.IUDYbl0A1Ti4i4a'1 R( r IGri"Ql'TlCt'c' 1'4Ir.' 1IQJ-.
!""...: Two new type strawberry' changes tax' telephones: Your Q.341wtN. if.; a !8$ 81 t7 ..........-.. & 'N.' Ys' :! t. f'letern' '.
plants\ reieasdv for trial -.from Extension Service --personnel. vase Aeeredlte4'-' Preicrlptloii*. Fined. rk''Nftoken'hgne ':' a.l. maser.
::. .:. :''the. Homestead Experiment: Martha Sue McCain Bobby I* .J y Qualified instructor* C DupUca al. ..aodttj, addhs awl' TrailensM
.r i Station. are shown above. ., Taylor Ann Greene, \Paye .,.,... I Modern Styling -- ArtttJd4l Eye4'' : < Charles Jeakorxra Pet.tJ'I I,.
.::;. -theylook: at'this early i date, Marlowe;' your County* Farm NW 'Monthly' t34S9e, Eyewear: $pectalists. ..' f; :IMS B...,, HHg we.d1 Alvd '(
.. .., They are known now only as 'Forester' Tommy Bell; and Where', tomorrow') tfll.4k ':313 Laura St. Ja* S59-5509 J.aMzwotl// SD4 U34 c"r
D-l and D-S. YMlJl.: Soit..(Jonservation ,''l'echt- I"tct lf.C"" :are i trained"' tOM Part?. St. Jar 7IM-IW18' M
w ,
r y About :200: plants of each nictari Bill Haas,;are'eaeh1Qn ,"! -7--.a., -----...
,r r, !t r r were put with Leaton Morgan 964-6534. For'lASeS.''offlc.; .. -'''-'-, "" .._---"n""' ". .. i' -s
; 'rta '41\\ .. 1
.... Jr. strictly for trial under manager June 'Chapman): or:\ -
-, '. field conditions. N& promise MaryElla Watterflon, ,YGu.
was, ,mAde fljt to what.. .. .,to. expct. must dial Ofi4-ali4Sii,"'Well. I
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t just about left' myself, out. : I
A3 of now Leaton thinks am with the .984-6934 group. J sXr Gone!
< ..they look mtghtly good. The / TAX TIME has past for? : Going' Going
wtf.lrt '' '
ry two beds'are'In the middle of certain phases of reporting. 0 G
k>w"h his field. Some leaf spot is on Other dates are Important
h each, side where the Florlda- during the'year. YOU .needt4)
90 Is set. A spot Is :hard to copy of .the Farmers' Tax:

', u. 4WF1 .find on the D-l and D-5. Gulde-1968 Edition..We Jiay For thepasty six yeqrs#..only once; q year :/or this/ Sale of all l
., Spray schedule has been the one for you. Call the number .

1 same as on the 90. given above come see.; us orwrite'us Sales on few & Used, Mobile homes, ,.N u.., ...r} ''
Appears now that It might on a 5c poab card, ari.b'
r be a plant that will cover the Read the introductory: message r :

berries with the leaf which Is to Farmers. Turn: tjtieCasparilla r H S eJ p'Mi5o$
n 'I t' c s a r! d I' larger than leaves of the 90. '. r i lucky I : Greatiakes; Mobile. e yeiS

The very few ripeberries .... .. .,. .ti
I :' r .. a. ,', : ,
picked t. Leaton..eays.. were
mighty good. Have to take hL. i 1968., 'FHE, O1EATE8T a",MQST" SAVING, '' .5ALp_OF THEM. ALLt
J have been there at the t
I Big Shipment: Remington, ..Portables' wrong word. time. A good cover Is .. t" s I r ,...._ ... '..... .
,developing Indicating a good .
set of fruit. /I:*t ;You.have never seen 6'mimx shape< for-hji l and model* ": i in

Just Received We.plan to keep a good :3Vf. '. of 1968 Mobile:Hoisie J *i fowidei '
watch to determine other n: pe. : ,. wt4psa
characteristics{ such as shipping ':11. 24''. id es -1"' ;:1,' 2,I 3.. & 4'b qvJ.Y..UW.: .., r j'r 4.*' .

:favorable.; quality. that/ might!be I i 1 ';>- .1 ; /t q. ....;.,... /

asked to All tl u&,with the than'.ever.Facto..y.toY !i
SALE Leaton has been I ;, ame greater > .

; Remington "Ten-Forty" PRICE7fi50 erg not!.,give If these plants.to are other accepted;grow, I. ;1'rltce4.tlaa ,I>aye' 'nia Je,. 'Of e..t,.. 'c.ta+ *#* ,,MQbi1, 'Home ,-. '::a'I.

they will bq named< and then. '..the. MobiJo.'Home'ShopPini.''lQeQter. .of the "a putI .t ......'.A. ,j, '., ,1

Featured in Full Page Ad in LIFE Magazine released .for distribution., :. -. .. ,t;; c +S.tI
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February be big
:: may the. r ( .. '' '' 010.1' r

day. Watch and listen forleter There/ is'no.WQy': fl/// o'C.loso..oUt .. / .
... LIST PRICE $86.50 Plua Ta>t Just announcement.a reminder: again about to5t, : Bargains,; b.' .ft e'. '.

: I hire ore: it/si 4it..

:Oebbl ,Phyllis- wod./ Madonna; --. ,', '"

A beautiful machine in handsome zipper case BaA tabulator ..Men* vUlttd in the Jacksonville. WTOA.TY.Studios ,on ,ani' .. ="... .,. Neiy 'X Qa:'2e
::: and other features of higher machines Choice $ Pirate'Iqy; 's.4 ' *
many >priced> Saturday during the taping of \ ,N1iM'
OQIJ i refused.room
$3 9AA'
of oyster white or turquoise.Remington L\btt quiz program f'Vs Ac*. ', ;'. ',. ; ,. (" .
: : :
dttlR1c'} :: ,h A1sgr $A 11a FE6..64a ,!j" 7-' I.iIaxdlir ; .

; .t.lw rrQui. & #,t.ei'vla6.1a* QA QJT ,Kpwfe FI1aEttClliatC& \ r, : ., ,/ 'Weabbfil...t....)d.lLct&'6& .: << Used 196?'Q 1ila':3.: .;:be11.i. ;: New':'' .196$.. n' T4azbfi,4, Tta. 4'

SALE o ell a.. ..: + r horlda'. ........ Pa"kW--.J': ',"A.' ,D ; n... ".IA"7
I Annuli ANssls -rr Cxeaiu .. .U'I, ., '$1. ..
Streamliner"List PRICE' Satw+agy ,. : .-t t._" i -r > ;.i. ; -. .1. '
tAm .1Ii\l1\ bgbbOWn avpi@tbgg ...PL EsESRECIAiEvoasi QnLSZ.SQdow' .L' l "' ;-
In early March ahrM.4.Ram. "Fab.. ; .. Can o 'Spa; !e:. VanDykq 64d2
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S.nlo >M.'I -- -
Price Fr4d P enJ !s CAW* bqmet.Nm" eltl. '
w $58.0052.50 ,Nortft V 4rw.JiW +Miss.Fy 8uneavonas..Ixtlgnk, 8 '. $ '.Clem .>M. A: Pin.',S2tiaa4>. m; 3-Bft...2 :(V U.'bail : :,Ontv ,$S,44l.:

Outstanding; Value Among the be Tirejaed.'dtid die. WYOO Radio'' ,Muffin' "AB.Btar'Countr Show"-.l ;. Palrkwood44: dW This yoie vita: ; tQlioliQv.t
Portables. t to Ar f1lp. tU* blsl ., F.b. Ifl; 6.30 p.m.end ? .
...., Plus. Tax ..K\. and. first; ,1Tp.;' .'::3O p.m.. SUrflnc! .. R.4ala>) .1" .... ... 7"-7'- ,- ., .. .: .
'r : :
sine of Flint Mld spent,,a0.gfw I r1id.=F..I'\I 1 tta....a s' .. I., ....: ... .i-o. : ,;. '!>':,;.::;; : ::.
s+ rl
PI rat. ruds
.tobA pfr dPq Il..l.alkor\Snt and, .4WWI Mr.>lIxL an< F.e.;V.It 12 'I Sprihta-." LAST BUT hjQ'I'' '!.t.: ;-< +!ide'.N1w:: :'A rtt>iarZr;; B ,Look*. 'j &t'I

; Mfrs Fab. < 1s. 1T 1./-,1'1 r' -. a.,
THIS WEEKEND R H. t'arbr. ,
ONLY $10 OFF: Daan x;
0 u' .
t MJ : ands \ i-.A--O Pope bj H.II Driv.rsF.b.91,1t.H1I: -.41'fIIa, like:' a hquse: -: i. b. w' .cqa'a 4' ; $ :QP .,;}' d .5"i :* *
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; = : ELECTRIC ,watt QaWA ,. lJi : t6. U. U. -- ,' ..' .0. -, .f. .'-tIfcl*
QN ANY SMITH-CORONA t ex sp n< >af two ..
"vleeiry ifl* Hamptpn.wiwv Mr.. }.: d.-'. 'lt''i 'DAI COME cmEi; ; i dlA, l .'I'NUA; YJ; : "vTn.: Ir TIMESr I
.OA. ap t .
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PORTABLE OR '250' OFFICE MACHINE.c t"l' .and.Ql:4ca:ltry?11e.a.Q Edn\ { Or eeg tI4o, n,spent 1968>; IS ch..I'F.t : .. ,11' GhlEflkrT / r rzalOd ., \-' J. -..v.J.r.t4. .;; #..;. .. ,\1', '" 1' -'1: .'o' :.." _
:: Ann. flqrl- tgctAt 1a
.... .te! wQekedd ..at1an. < r Mrs. A :It: AxWUns. .. .Mth.V14 .
t n ItYw31i J. C Prtester\ Mrs, n met :', .' V/onun'Florid.'. tln Wq.<.fb". .ndci' /..,IrvcMtt .UjJ1'41 'NpGapd

'Eiard'oTlttarMtrogbtltn' La,, .. 't,, tj.I.,: :pourtry, ,' "
.. tykd #C"srltou \ Guy>*t r"t .
1 4AIar1 71117 D.i'' MM,. }f.! It Morris Jr.;of Mac-* F.... r haw-'an".Sel_I.Fak4Iqu I.-. >z.Cityi'1a.L .
klenni'spent. --Wjurflday >wJthMr. 'orlda' flq>>o,rt. ft4GlannHi. 'TheWhite '' ,1' :
i of : 1 PhonexV
an* Mr ". 0.A4kima.Ora: ) !. the HortcullurslTh. '
N COIMTV-' Friday Mr. .,,7 ? ?>.... ;.. ..M'TS. -
and Mrs, *.Q. Ad, Am.rtcaq. .flbtofd' show' .::1 Tie .. ,.:( i.i"Vi'vft1 : :
kins visited e Firtum r Oh1tl *
J. W: Prlester.In .. .- w ,
... '' Maws rvl4 comp.t4* () v: ': "'
I.r 1 the Fr sler' Hospital1. :In Mac- p40j Rid.. and ThrU1/ Ropa
err .. I .1enJ\J'; Au.ft..r.. +Me.n..Shaw.at .eu Midway: !Jttl! Itt 1 if ** T. .= f ._ .' ,Lj \.-..'


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TO* 'SKT8'ItEGVKJUT IOfTK Dntcm- "'T'Dd8lbeon"Aabletat : :' j. tpenedittg' 11IGr1ea'l1M' ter; M*. and Mr B.: 1.. WUklnson Jacksonville; and Case No. 227 Hecutlvtr County weeks epr.. In' the: < Bradford

'. "{9Qtnsa HE3& \ -e.M. -_. E: : REATION '1I411br. tw_ :a1 stt o\,.itut Jr. ud f.mily,< witt :lfr*n WL&t,to dbeter\* the new Bradtara County Saturday; morning. .a t-tT T AWTETBy Mr. and Mrs. Luther HU7VarOf s>pe it, .Sunday, with APPEAR: -1988.CHA.RIB3. v 4'A. DARBY

_co tbe< >\ people rarmera1' Agriculture BviUdlrtg tech The first game. between ah4 Mrs, J. BGaakina : Stndy Gen D.l., :Cleric. the'Circuit C urt
ford County' the 'Wednesday from 9 ..... bv/'urictil.apon W&,1 .. .ArdreWs.Dp'C.'l.1tPd! : C&r\P'ya I! visited their mother. ,Mrs. Carl NOTICI ORNolo -'IIHI : .. By Beulah-,M:. Iood'lSEAL ,
ztotfe AdfeltaJfctratton' ha e*> /{, tor;the (purpose odipC11aA1ng i-., r". .... ':) '"" to galrtlgt, ima-tUtfavplaT Cbe-( .; KM BisaehaidCh Hlfflartf. last Saturday in*. rl I. hereby Cl" notified tha., a 'Deputy Clerk;,
talflytLel' : "ft t,.\-w4HsUi w1 +, d _- .. hospital In. ..Lakeland I. Mrs t| Pv IX Rsddliih ab rU n has been. filed ., 5, aps.
to progrgluo4 -"; : \ 1' tort a w npalAt .,,. i..A, A.i .A ard County {Florida above named : U
) '1k e. | ,any>*n4 tttfapeated.EI .. BAI.DVVW SETS qiw .thR soil e&: on rch' ActivitiesGrace I Himard, has been living with by: virtue of Writ .' .. and you of are FtCTrfIOVAlee7' i

L ". ""i I it :ill i i Jfi tiff fH.> POTS pACE'I I thn,14Rb'tsarp. -; 2 Methodist I her son'Claud, Hilllard and to Execution;Wit: Inued out. a"copy to the com your Notice .Is hereby gIven that
a"In':' Sunday family!:! and. suffered a heart Attor- the undersigned, desiring- en.
J (BWhv Chevrolet won Itaicoitd $IOtpa; fI,,,} Claim. Court of
School .:*5.,Worship H a. m- attack.: She to '''be get- Florida. pursuant < }1. Pierce, 203- K"K ''. appears ty
f am* in as tasuoy starts _te >>J-' First Sttirke Vlii.' tltlous 'name1/ of -QUAUT1
by defeating Hurst Shell! edr beU' QCJDODm.,4, f0"!. :a -Baptist -. Sunday t1x lt on, better than. was x- Judnomtint and against for Floyd T. nal In the of- PI.UM1IINO COMPANY, O f
School 9:49: a. m., worahlp.. 11a. : '. of the Circuit STAR E), 820 S. Walnut Street.
? JHnrylof peeted.Mrs.
fendant In the
33 In. the Senior 2a .vilttry.
N er.ArpHI4se4Et7y .p l ., m.. and 7 p. m, Training Unrde Hester of Jack tooth With .. .. ..- the 19th day Starke?Florida Intend to regIster -
Kur going rough' qarp'sM.A.afc.flC'mjMp' > '
>ait 4eth \ : at 8 cent and : otherwise thee said 'name with the
1 r.q af.ASa7y1" ; atages' a( t1,4J '' 11 pDiots./ wnU> Dannr ice Chlon 6 I j> m. Midweek services :eonvltl} : WVthe weekend collection.POI' of said Com- Clerk of the Circuit Court of
'AYEtae.y.r ,= ='a'42 leeld/attbe .Iotr,. Wednesday T p. m. wJth9bRR-pn: and ..daughteriulaw Have .nelmod and ha.. as confessed Bradford County Florida. John
9S and Bell
B. Smith Quincy
J\d\ ..."J. := u... ," .,Ql1WC21Ot Qo4.- Sunday! .. Mr., and Mrs Carl pOHHeMHlon. ttlie <) be Smith.
51 noribed personal published'
IbeR 11.Nlwct _rhastttpge; > = .Although,KOrtng was p.Oise{ ,Pc21po{ W+*. w.-, Wor.tht! ..U. am4 .. Griffis.<< : Wit: i for tour con. I/IS 4tp s-/
.p- n-'i Grayer' meeting B, Oaslclns and Mrs. Lot Sk! Section" 1
fl.ab_Jto&A: u4 tygell tri" tl e\ cJM.i't ship 5 Slo"u ", Ranm :: :
Ming Fr14.II.Y'...7:3Q: p, m x Ej wed73o Milliard visiting
Luther .
never gave it uP.W1l1lain, 'was' just ai ( trithICoc f '? ," were an per map of
Sooggins: led Baldwin with, UpolAto 's ,rtwjn a squeatoerover i ness5.y' ; p. m. .In .daine vlll on Monday. the same THEATRE
wA4ttatIOfitd11111Aj'tMitand1 :- I ,OwMle. Pete FancherHurot Oehi: Jewelry. i%-ie. .lUi'JI1aDd.: BaR*..r. Sunday Mrs. Mae Wells apent Friday ':-': rrdP County: ,
,....1PIda:fPl"'_ with 10.Thursday. Gray Flynn paced for 1Kaohawlti i I5c ChQQla:46s..m.:. : ..WQrll1\pJl, Sunday< with her sister' EXCEPTING ....
..4 the... con(1 ga ma: .' >- -''..pototai..and-y JlnwnyIMckslvd.geiincwi .. m. arwJ 7:3: () p.,i. Q:1otr.: Mrs.,;'JoyRoberts, in WestPalm 60 lot feet described West of as Weekdays 7o--() Sunday' 3:00: -
cklkia. Practice 6:30: p. m: Prayer leach' and attended thefunoral oust Corner. of Saturday''I ::00' *
Jan.Terwplef9arMotors ,
Wert.el rolled SoutherniXteCWBt Feb.' HTVtaVS,: 34IL.l WMnesdftjr., of ''Mr. Roberts who thence. run North''
over, Qdieiule: for Saturiday West
thence run
59-29 a-. _,;strArriVP1ay li: <3ien -tip Andrmra. '10 al mrCtam'a Since Eugene Starling '.has passed away Thursday. thence run. South. FRI.SAT. FEB.2, 3
t tc irt d nv 'petrapseeltthe, ; -Qeot e, ;W> '.. .' LS'"s. Qeorge Roberta visited thence run East
4ttJ.I JGochVU f m.,,
+ vs
Roberta .. store( sad settled! fawtW Mrs. E tZte .Miner in a Leesburg Point otiBeglnning.A. i Double Feature Program
($ K$11. 1W1b. PL'TP' of
ser POWDICB the
,MQl.I. | property
e. i )ii J>\w* r.shQp and,,rec. J
on Sunday defendant
I IPhgeplta4 named 1NO.2 ""
'mtols<< pn4Rot4blarytkedale GIItJ.a.L&t\G' I
\ :WWtiMVbalt.be, .bas] glyert tb e" E. Monday. the 18th day ,.
l.i LYisltlnc. Mr. and Mrs. B,
pacedTftTWttlegiar, .?
'Jl1' 'the! 1CQWSae: Qlris $ AuUIg ary 1988) a* twelve
h1C h for the A face lUtinr Ui&i t; Priest over \the/ weekend were on .al the
.lmlalp QZ&YLwga .keuaaU.._ 1Aatcae..be9an p1u2 mebea Bradford ::
/ quit ai\ InvproveoienJtpwn.v i the o
\their 'son-in-law and daughter n 4WRUSMHIIP.ae
losers w1I
with W Y.I tot the House. I mill offer
I ,v. between O&I 1e.$ t. Mr. and Mrs., John Morris sell to the highest
,,The regular' ) .ablzl i ume : .!
and Mjra.
.nealfor t4Dt 1t : ,' faraday\ ]p, Beauty ,Salaa.ftnd> Conner flu < TernPutel1 L of Hinesville Ok., and Mrs.Priest's dish In Hand the .
.BllilDERs.SUPPti: of Black scribed property of
] I s JVUwatsJa. N, ,Cv liars I
:; will b.>, vMtponad. utU ,14teC,'o 4Yrneel "t j I visiting Mr. Putch'a brother-in-law and ant to satisfy. f
'na.aKKTMAT.Ttrrn ... nmelwIn aMiss etofcon;'Mrv and! Mrs. George R.SummerlUvof Execution. C
1liA0 : .Qu1a..1IIOZ1..t.hp
4STflRKE"' ; 11i w. ." .c- T r 13>za3)eth Terry;last Sat, P. D. Reddish
!; "! """ : Lake City. Ed-
.. ,. .. ., of 4.34. '
by a' County
,' Bradford
.J." r. "J t r 't'. EdntatnBoya 1 the all spent soon t mond Allender of Cocoa a
f Basketball l Diane! Cox lecl' lllJC9l'e.I. get- time .
: visiting Mr. and Mrs
., .'. MrL. Beaton' .,-TlltaVi...-." .n..w...<,'.f.-....:..... ;Bur nephew) .">.with of the,tha.Priests,family.spent NOTicra' TO
.*.1I' \ ,
: : '* II.r lly! It) Starke. I Mr. and.. Mrs' A I). I;>>bbs PRAl IN CIHCtTIT>FORJ>
.' .. .. ..
,1 v' and Mrs, W. F. Moore I
and daughter of KIATHIDA: :
had. their son
"" ,\, .; *.\.to ..:. I.. il'S I EASY TO) 'WRITE, I i recently, vtaited'IIr.. and MM., Tallahassee. weekend guests. J.Y8LF1 IN WU.UAMS. .
... t." ". ;w; Fred. Moore jr. in Home- Another son Burnie Dobbs, of Plaintiff.
.J tvv: __ ,.w..d.. I .,
<. ,': ;; :r. .' I RESULT-PRODRIIG WANT ADS .' '!. "Tamils':.,aDd,, trtwda of ,Mr, a
: .and >:M 1t.'AUxtrt\ Normari Sato "
I ,. ...' \? .. ., .. tred aA'tQe11SSignatt; ,, for a' .
,.'I'.n'. t .. ; cotowbrDtS"
'f' ner;; In .. observanceNorn 0.* NI8.; 1
I, : : ,+ : -t c4igficthese aim;te'rwe8'. to'''make your: Want.Ada'brim better ]result:.:. : .n'birthday'; ,; anniv;. 3O.I /
: 8J'1: Mrs. Ralph Wise basked --rrlv.e- t a, n. '
::' : r Renember;'A. good'W nt 'A
: .;, -u,': -/-V ,W'1l;;! ,XH::f''fti''' I '' Ad I ta(thegame. > :. friend. a%I .,lOU",,!se' when .teHIny.f i ,.and wittke.decorated:;Eiret'kar: it',enjoy in blue} and the t'sJIOW! BEGINS AT SUNDOWN ': \ :' \ '!C1V",.MI.. 1 t

: *" ."'-. friends i. \ neighbors about wliat to offer. "' ycpe loiy pntt1gt(: ;, ftormatt a$1prealalAtAfirtbArlipa ADMISSION, : Adults V5c, Stuientu ? 9 .. rrNNJ! 1
and you.iave
T '
l t'?, .....;/.... .. I' ..,lttaI .. Children'"Under 12 Free
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t ',1,1; "" SanunJe"!! i{ < Eunice, who baa
,to 'q x ;...;.t Abbrevfatsi u.n' be Pe a> -'W18e and. Potful been FIU., SAT., SIJN. FEB. 2, 3.-t,
at the
. 'If,f' 1/'GolI1Ib"/ training Naval
-A',;r''.i' Surveysand, tudl_ prove that most i fto' Station In Ore t.lAes.Cl.; Is Double Program .
'' ?, j
f" i. r \ '.'t, 'etePAtbhpasttItta..3Wie it easjt'for'ta. sate nnneeded wads froia. year Wand parent?!,,,:'Jvti; and.Mrs. 'J. 'H. Double Feature l 1

.r.,4.. f- !NT .; ::!' 'ptpple'. t Mspamd. to. your ad. ... .;' Act but- make gore yew rtndtt the J. 'JhmjccwaM-.ether 1 relatives. [: Awispotboy...Atonof bear.;And a ,

'' ,!Zo\ '& tJ'Ae:9'.i' : aWw vi-( effeetiveness of Want Ado >fcy-making .', MrarVlt Zf6, A'tarlk-t3tarunj r :vwhcla> / angry town trying to tear
.. !; /i': +. atlon : ,. your and: I MnUjl. tf,>WbUeh l., .; :- I.. : ;. .iy t a. "\'-OJ:,iJ'1. :;./' It incomplete, JUnuunber, y9u'rorlob\ CaJvlp; ,'t i rf' f: Jacksonville ,..ARAMOUNTTPICTURES
.. ; '
:' k Y.Pat'YouneU tofch. t'roepeetp; ptaicinir a Want Ad to save money\ ,. kyott sere vtWilx4 ; "k' -" (y .i\... : ...i.. i I3Jt.qM& 're tnsertlnff your b .to gat rwuMs ,J,. Cftutey..on Sunday.; .. j \. -and's '
., .. } '.. a:. '-0* <>>ye fuB 1 information, and all tile' dosad make/ monaji. leaking youi a4 Ux Jaznea. QtorUo*, .arid, t wnllyhave i \
:, il-'jj*.:. \ tails. abonf iwlUst you have :to f< I.,. I i ':" ) "'Vjlg rtbe .yoUf,GCfsring) In benettt terms you dollars to results.An .. - -- .the.tr ,ltollte lit 8f4wte.. 1
s.iI,.. 'I '..g l f.Z'1' : <.'I.! felt) prospects vrhy your >ofte.,; ('L i Mr. and Mr. J.,I)."Clark \ .
1 .atl.flwt'thelr; needs. eke sizes dlmenstafts < It Is Easy To Order Tour A4. visited! 'her toother and aislesinUw -

\,, -- ..... ., ,' capacity?;cottdlUoo.' advantage Trained competent Want Ad-Ytsors* .vdU In KeystoneHelghta ., 'M :!

,' ': :. i.'.** .. ... And; d<) :'t",fotft, price$ Want Ada ,toelp: you word ,.oW'.ad rot sect possible on Bundai)'. I .. .. \? ." Ill

.J.. /,,',-. IH.< >' 1. .'wm outprk.:, 'are ;,60% lens effective results, All you do is pfote. up your Mrs. O. j;Phillips and Mrs.Zol r '
:/ .
> |fa .", 'than. ads with price. telephone and they- do,, tije lull. III''Carter. spent Thursday 1 1r '
!t : r' r t, ., with| Mla Debby, FhllUps?' and J .F.a.
.,,.. .---. .. .." ,.- ..' .-.... family In_,,:Mclenny. ,J, .. -I Plus ,. Ones'V lUa81\ hvI''Eaiitol Brita IlIrsse. .
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1 ;. t- -. : pDma
< '* : Qnly; $l For J5TELEGRAPH i$ I 'W.an: (!' Mrs ,Funk W"1n 1 '

r, ,/ : ... wtlshi and daughter .( ,,Jack ) 'III'
.. } ;", .,.... :: .. '.,....te. I I sonvUIe wee Saturday vlsltorsAll
; itfr.. and Airs. T L. Wain iL
.,' .,' : f .. I wright, frulll/

/.,.4 ., . : CLASSIFIED, ;: : p; ADS I are M*spending. and Mra'a,few S, E.'days?Vrenc with $! :

:.': '" GET RESULTS, their on-Jrv-law. .and daiath. II <1 ( .

,tlllr 24 pelnte X wMl Kelly Richards was atm-6ARONER-LIVEN Production s.1EtN110166'IEatpStOF.tiR01A1g1. 'd "
=-. PHONE 9646305.. hteta tor CoJ1t\t'1"\ \rlfI '.VIIn ? ;;; ;...4t ':.::::J
Thursday's' t ':;l' ,,
gaoMi/ Jan. v -

t + i .d., .1 I .. l .._ }, .. \ ; I. f I season 2e., Holiday off with Inn: ., a started victory!. ) the by 4 ; ti ,. '. .., #>. t

.. 'j
.. ., ., )tt" ,"
.. -' .. '" _. downing WUUania Jewelry 37- .. .
: =- _- .' ." ::- ''-' :, ., _- ;, : ._ ': .';;,+ ', i :'. : _--' :"::-,'= -' 'r. 29. vUnda. .,' Crew hawed her ) it". '

shooting ability by dropping 23 "a. "

: points for ..l3Qk ay... Sheryl '

.. I c with,,:.J.3.. e l\{,,' were vlUto.high' 'Syson lorkbor'.winnenu \ t X

o Sooggrlnn led; Conner with 9... 80S S. COLLEY

-.:- .. -- MEN'S WEAR > .' .,. fXtsecond'game\ close; all Phone 961-622ft .$t f

T. Mh.... ., Farm and Industrial Office )Equlpmen the way saw Gayle's Beautgr.
Salon take a 17-15< squeaker
_.' ;' ) ; Eqnlpraqnt STAG 'N DRAGS1GTOI'E h IroYl.r ldolJpay, nn..,A1aDe Cox L. We have complete nursing aervl6o> lest' I

: Stanley Blacker Sport i Hancock wile' the. offense for> Gtayle's as all .... I II
8M r' i.t Office 'she slwted'a11 IT' of.the: win I

CL\D agii..gLneSiroBn av Santa F..r..ctCM' i''Arrow,DVSSS Shirt* i ner's points. Ho1t4yy.wae. led ,. We have B.N/S and L.PJJM! on duty 24
ti r. .,Paritan ..IBweatei* EquipmeintBaoithOoronA : ,,''by IdpdA'CCU: ; vdfJ*, 8. a d7. A8
.. LEstotsJattlieta.. l u StandIM",. Uw 1I'1\J, .I29: '
O > _vreJt' Li C. .. AaOiorifef .
Sportotraar .
:: Ladles Qq."I..8-Q: Holiday ,1.1;
!bra'16decllaf'Jrf"fr. .-- ,Oars, Two Stores "; WU1 r..!,,: COm1C.r'. O.3. .. We have our caps 7 ra.r and I laboratory. (
7ulti'oat0.dwae Trad**. .F ORin, I 1 JV. Vita,
It Qt l(.Wir ].16k:211.MI. Para Praetors 'bnptenjent, and. ,,atn.llylb. r toc Itacblnes. Oaleulatorv.MUSTANG I Ud.tJ;.. 8:3Q: gym I aiclan),'

PHONE s7e atoly .'.JfV, In4tt trtal' B .oJpmient MO ILE HOME'sAVm_ 7r 1.W .:,.:;t e y isyglf Mon. ;Fftb. 5,- ,WUU n* vs \ ;

:uaa>JQfJlPIQiNTt ... '. ". v .. "' ........... .. ... .... Holiday,13:49\ ,)' : ,:,3Qetwpry armoryj., Omfiner.; ? I IJ.C4tlt'o *. We ale'UconiWMl foe M bed by the State

';;..I'..;. lLlIrq 9Airli'rAwr: ..:. : ate',K. Mate ftfc eala.rri. >*. Tku i,.i :1 feb.81I'D V'Sa I of Hqalth. Uceose No. :9.ft. lewis

.. \.rJU\.l"t.la. p&' vw.nIOt wMobil Home;; Ihc; V kMslL. AlssUsUUtl e' e'...''3,!!.5,,v"nwpy, .;CSoruierYS .' Hugh .

!\.: R11/1eROQB: <4488< N.W. SixthOAIIPE.V Qa.1n..nn.. Gataesvflte's, XXssona Ivilllainft. -41(1,1( anacryv We h a .- era,, ftrepnot boDdtor. Wit

A........ e.fe. a 8 rvles Pll.nel 4754x)4) &. AOgtlp.,. e1Me 4t 1'AhPt! t et .t.:! .IoCICIJl. :M's UAaKZTB4L4. ". .tral alr-ceAdiUoaer.. .). aad> ,heat. I wakGu it tatt dd
N.'a': OalnesvllI 'f Web.a.Cl vMawav", alrea'tdbn,, : ...... NatlonaJ. ",OWU'a.ndt, Jdtarke'QFU7aler
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: .! L eJWa s 1 .4 = ; : ( ,- TtanpuU* !laveslowlthey'aleteltsua s-Tooiq Koonan-Slapsy Uaxle EoseoMooi
) ;MII'ST2:.. .... '. 'f t surpircgJorvuori tQW: ,-. -:. WT.-- ,?;; J| /ri ) ) to J beat> .. We art VVttbta. tw. blocks' ef the Bradford

_ol-.O i JLiddeU: Paint & M ttse3l b .
Crane ;
,. ,. :...>. .mporta_ ., J. a......:' ,I. __. .iI '.1ddbll. 'JBMnes- '$;ear _... --r" run way victories t DUbpday; ihysse

Volvo ,t'1N<(<}' .'\;61pszUty Sr U-i .'the.ttoe Psewk'' :WNttle-appaefed'ce.mt GJ4.' Co.- night. ': 'Z We hays .a Oae steff ef Deters
601 7E:;,IJtvlergtip", . *, ,Iow'a*' $UIO. down.+. SCP:: tlgmtga'ad''aib"/ phase* Do..... Co-
; .?boDe 'k72 42ixx "' lets ..,N.W. utl\( pt.i441" KorttOAU. Gt4ylDttsea v:1IllLDe4r: >Past *' of the 1rWft aa Whey trounced o '
t'Aa1 e
'r >. .. ... + .rr' / K Ql iitQ I,.Q'1JI1d1.. TIIJ >Ie..............._ Il. ..e1lMlllt,1Acideaty iB ". a OOUJCCTMOVEItS 19 The winners. ;Jed.by WayneMcLeod' _V Wt are V.A. approved
: IWlegftulhkT.piMtladq '
;, QI eltq a 1.141srpIee$. v.IGI v. with ,points. had r 'd '
-, .... ,.: 1" T J! t' = >r* .: i?. ''r4: SYtydtawtMrAgnLtg 'I 1 tt ublenlf.1; Jack MoieyaateW.8raui
ru.wY ELL'S ..19t1ln411et: J6,.etroll4.. ajl) .nlayetj1 ( 9. Ws aro approved. by tie state Welfare oAnt l' d ,
Bqatdrain; led by 1lIp
was -
.. urea. ;; ""l
Rent rtHl SpresXlers'Wi 0.
''D.i.;;;......;.;; AlracYelny We T .4LMiff. .' DUtsJWe Mov Djtv; X11 Q''
,.oIL"H'u.., 2240f1'f.W.' AV" .11e N. i/edsitb It.Yali Harold. :vlPUllame; wie! 1I
.;,.rro"? 'ss.lon)' Xa Tour 17'J' :: : : -: ,1. f F.ltonViTHILL'S! ......j.vn..u-a..1/, qIn .' 10. We are approved under Medicare.It. .. .
lil : .....,. b ? ;
B Bam Im1jEk
ri .
__M TkA.Tull alt Part Tbns llION. ... ine lIldp lDl' + : ,...... aedond.. Game/ wssn'E' as I> ca xlt a m

DA7KVBNUfO CLASSES> a {1k. lt...1ItftDrAft'aa.u& .. .' hteh-fcortntf. ,ibut .jwt M decisive We as lares pouclk tp give an .. .
$ ,NO dugaped, Jackson PLUS -
q. '. CQmE. *.M vices UM* .s adoti D tc:.need but smadl
id1'it < otk ATS. Builders. O-aa/ Ronnie Thom- to .....
prevlds a .
... famUs attlwePk
o. Neam. .,a-s,.. LADIES WEAR 'Vau-'s.1j Jnt... r, l 841e4 o the Clugrduwn with 15points I

., ,' I tt9. w n.< ., :\ 0 -, .atBtM IITJ6..w'aw U.
N -- -
12. J. II.
a7aln..etlla 371-i2U', q. J+\ I J44pAl'wWt'7.' Mr. Bfoncrtof Is b charge of .!
BLlCJ1UQ'IIOTOns.$ : : ...... ",letandings 8CP, oratory and x-ray facilities .
Cherry'Galiu s ., Mtu.1.0 I+ : : NO 3-0; laboratory
iertr Ct
> &I. .
-", -1' Jackson. ,
; ,
MUSIC ; ,4-1;, Boatdrain
I 1; ; We Comply With Title 6, Civil Right
ELECTRICWOK nil4'i ifost :FaahlonabloNUC8M .. '
,. 0,3. .
'. WWtw Mv' "
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Motor Re "Co: Addlslai TorU4IM: LipBahi Muic Co. ( 1'I''e'' '' Schedule- foiv''' Tuesday, Feb. CALL, WRITE OR COME BY
paur' .. .. .. ., .. ou-m. ELorptA tem. I andR @r:.'""JavsiV:,::;.>} tWreJ11:3\ : ();
).'I'II Good e'a d' IUpoe ": AND -VISIT WITH US.
or G9raearule: 'user\ .T8-ASW; ,,, \ 8CP- va Jackson. B p.,jn. I

e.1rieIV.w ,"" .. w.. AOOF.lJOms. #' tit..lf. MOtfcAVMOS: 4 TEENVW I Lawton B. Thomas i a ,
Z- : /' +. .. ..,_...... Baler Bedalf- 's AH Maltea., This ,week's. 'Tewi" Dine a-9 ,
? 5o 'V, '* Asat. .A.dnttnl a AR1
rx' ** iVW Mrs. Ortrude, Kaufman.
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.. > OVAltATfTEZDlf N." W. ,10th St. b Two @tA)5q .! .t" -1 afdW1fAat'l anoe A Orf&A.t r.ll I ButSij.t Terms AvaII.Die wUt !be '1)e&4.) & 'ry rtda" II O I'BIER B NS O'CON Ella
Collate .' Gibbon -' 0074 ( / O.IargrlgA feturin tfrp.. Jades qht'l ,
'..Oalnesvtne Florida ? W. VnlvertlltY', Gave!]! w.tft' WE COMPLY; WITH TITLE VI tI l.1 *
Admission *i PANAVISION
ma JAYW\\ 8llngerland un 12. $129.

.l:::! .. .Ph 37 J 6516 i' .'" t \AG1IAlet t.'J': BtaadRittlatpaplitterg 'j ta'tS' c t'f"' r 'I, .ochootSk Btndente BrltdfordtCot'nty grades 9-12; to' 19 \I Let Us Care for Your Loved ..'- ,- -- I

I years of aw.wUJLbe. admitted, '


EIJRED f i 1 1t 4 /

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Garfield Johns great-grandcllHdirciK: Massachusetts on Dec. 15," L. R. Bailey :FOREST ,SERVICE --
Funeral services Wilt'be held 1807.:'"Hit was' &-retired farmer FIRE RKPOBTFftur

Services Set at 2 p.m. Friday in Jones and a'member of the Hampton Services Will .BeHeld : I f,
Memorial Chapel with Rev Baptist church< fire* were reported In,,
For Friday Merle Fackham, Rev. Everett 'Surviving are his wife. Bcrtha In Georgia Bradford County by the Florida -', BARGAINS 1
Williamson, and Rev. CL. Forest. Service during the
Garfield Johns Sr,, 87, died bees McIntosh, of'Hamp' Linton Reneau Bailey, 60, I : '
past with 42.2
.week acres
Overturf officiating.'Intermendwas ton; one) eon Glenn S. Mclntoah -
struesiJay at his home Starke
iIIearedtl'd died In hospital
) Tuesday a '' ;
in, the family plot'in Hope Gainesville two burned. Since Jan. 1 therehave'
o( \ ; stepsons -
( Luke, after an. extended after brief Illness.
a "
Illness. Cemetery under direction of Edward Saxon, Hampton, Mr. Bailey i i was born In been .13 fires with 140.5 THu. BAG FULL
C. Funeral. acrea' .burned aa compared
He born In Bradford; DeWitt Jones and W.A'Saxon,, Gainesville;
was December 6
Eastman. Ca. on ,
with 14 ., ,
Home. two sisters, Mrs. GlnnyBout- iirea and 76* acres
County on September 11. 1880 1907 and had Just moved to
the son of the late Levi and flier, Gilford, Conn? and''' Mrs. Starke last week, from Jacksonville during. the same'period
JVIartha(; Hall Johns. He was a G. E. Mcintosh Sarah Sinclair, Stf.' Petersburg; He was a linotype laatf ,year.
retired farmer and member and 12 grandchildren. World AT
Services FridayIn operator, a veteran of ,CORRECTIONIn
of the Church of Christ. Funeral services were held 'War II, and a Methodist.

Surviving me his wife Flor Jones Chapel at 11 a.m. Friday in Jones '. Surviving are his wife, Maude 'a rlewii article rfineemlagthe'ytxuaa1A'tepost''of
ence HaH Johns; two daugh Memorial Chapel with Rev Harrison Virtt
Bailey of Starke; (
tern Mrs. Geraldine Hooten Glenn Edwin McIntosh, 70 Melvin Hamcl officiating. Interment one son, William L. Bailey; Federal Swings tc Loan Aa-
and Mrs. Martha Joyce May, of Hampton died upon arrival was in the Hampton last
Smyrna, Ga; four brothers, fioctotton' of Btarfce in
(both of Gainesville! ; bwo sons, at a St'urke hospital Wednesday Cemetery under direction at '
Alton D., of Reno, Nev.; Wen- week' Issue, assets im of Dee. ,. .
Thornton' Johns] SL'arke, and morning, following audI DeWitt C. Jones Funeral dall, of Miami; Ml, of Oakland 31, 1907 'were 2,343.i891.81 in- Prices' Good Thursday thru Saturday February Srd..

L.G. Johns Jr, Hampton; a I den Illness. ,Home. I Calif., and G.M. Bailey, ''stead. 'of' 118.364.24'M' as :reported. Quantity Rights Reserved, 320 South Walnut'St. Starke
stepson Grady Williamson, 18 I Mr McIntosh was born In of Miami Springs; four sisters, .
grandchildren> and several l .
Mrs. Ullle Mlddlefcotv Jacksonville USDA CHOICE FULL CUT
; Mrs ML. DeVane, St. CARD, OF ,THANKS
Petersburg; Mrs Clare Jones f
Miami' and Mrs:> Mildred r :W."ar. a1nc rely grateful to

Qrlm r. Augusta 'Ga. friends antf neighbors for thder STEAK lB.98C
i idur1nC' ROUND
'Funeral services .rill be held .many'kind acts of sympathy:
*' '
At II a.m. Friday In Thomas our ted bereavement ,
Funeral Home, Hazelhurst, Ga. Our appreciation cannot be '
adequately expressed. \ --::'"
DeWitt C. Jones' Funeral t .epec.1a.\1 .
Y ofV thank to.Rev-' Hogan SAVE 20c Regular.49o 'BREMNER'S ''l"FuU."l"
Home was In charge of arrangemeDlfs. LB.'BOJt

:.(. of Mrs.'Ij.Frank.Barker Green-1"he" family: PURE LARD '3 Ib. jar 29c;'I 'CRISPY'SALTINES -' ,19c

Limit 1 with 95.00 or more order) I

.r.rr In Jude The*Bradford*,Court* -Of oUllty."'Tb.;.' Florida County, : SAVE 40c Fyne Taste Pliofilm Sealed for Freshness Limit 1 with $5 or ,more .order

T In Rlt: EEe late of .
Cordury" !! Baker,Uelbarcar..
Deceatod.< ,
To: .All oreliltol"nd, peraoai
having demand COFFEE 29cGOOSE
against !wiM: .artaAal : lB. BAG
rr You sad each tf you. are bereby -
r 'notlfta* an'J'required to pr -
sent any olalttifl and.'demands
which,you.' or.either ot you, mayliave
airaln-. the) estate. t of COR- GIRL ASSORTED ".. OBBY'S ROSEDALE BRAND 17 OZ. CANS)
Vat* ot wild. County to MIXES 3 -.6 oz. pkgs. 25c PEAS or CORN 6 for $1.00''

at In the 8t:'.rk oourtho.in:.. Florida: of, 'Mid within county six! MUFFINS OR HUSH!'! PUPI'IE MIX WHITE CREAM STYLE IB OZ. CANS
calendar'month* from the tlm
CharleyE. of the firm publication, of this Sea Call Green Label 654} oz. |Plans SAVE 35o DIXIE CHEF SAVE 45o ISVi OZ. CANS

notlre.hall\ bV.lfr E:*ch;. :writing-claim or and demand,ahalltute TUNA FISH Scans $1.00 CHILI with Beans 5 cans $1.001
You get the:most your, the ) residence and ]
pout of flo pacq4bof.* /of the olalm-
>and sworn to by
money with a checkbook! Johns the torneyahd ant. oUlmajt,atty bin Much nt.claim hi* at-or SOUTHERN[ MADE SAVE 14c J. 5 LB. BAG

,.I ,filed ..shall' .
demand not *o jb

Who can really run a houge-have firm void./s/' parh'"MCiwmlehael. ( -
control -
.. bout this question: Parka Carmlchael, A. Administrator
compare costs,''and get the most,for at the!Cum!!,'Edateof, l I"1.1 COR-.."!0Annexo Grits or Meal 29C

their household budget money-without a: "A recent court case found DARY BAKaVH HEIBBJR BIRNolle e e e
quick,clear,handy checkbook-stub record?' .' .' c that; a lIomeowiier''l'oJicydoes depeae '. AeTIoisc.
Cancelled '. not provide liability *. 1*.hereby:given that 1
,checks automatically, become sealed 'blol./ylU be received., In Zephyr Brand Banana, SAVE Ho Golden Rose Plain or Self-Rlnlng

easy-to-file, easy-to-find receipts,:tool! ::1| domestic coverage employee for' an,if'such injured Florida).!State! Prison,' up Manager M.,to Feb.and, PEPPERS 22 oz. jar -' 15c FLOUR Sib bag 35c'>
not later than JO:00 A. ,
':; ..Open'Your Checking Account Here...NOW injury cornea ,under thefltate' ruary 110.'Uta.' *<*r approximate.Ir .
., '. .. -- 47.000 lb..- Clippings, mlKed. Palm iNland Sliced 20 OZ. CANS Dixie ChiefPORK 16 oz. CAN]
$ Workmen's. Compensation Factory Cutting
from Garment
( Law.. Should a Room Clippings offered where PINEAPPLE 5 for $1.00 & BEANS 9C'

: homeowner who'thires; full and aaIN8PEOTION'It 617BJECT PRIOR! TO'TO YOUR,Bll>- .,

"FL.ORI: D'A.! !or part time domestic help C1NO.cured .from Bids',to Bunlneiw:be'oa' '' form Manager...., FYNE-TEX FULL, STRENGTH, SAVE 16c .. 1 GALLON PLASTIC
: -
check his liability; promptly Fldrldw, State I'rleou1; P. Ot Box.
Balford #lorida ,
"* his Ml.
I with attorney or 126-2t( ,t-l

: '. .: ;"ilf" '\:'H,K', "it'I'' :'S"" t"ft', ,,:"tK'E,, ': I i Insurance 'agent; -----:' BLEACH 29C'

'" Charley E.JohnsAgency .IN vaK FLORIDA CIRCUIT) ,.BIOHTHJVD1CIAI corrn1or )

Member Federal Deposit J Insurance.C ) CIRCUIT IN
rp. III! .1'10..0.' -.
131 S. Walnut.St. xRalwsllr COVMTT.CJMIl. Beauty Skim TALL CAN -
.. One of.30 Banks of the Florida.. National: Group PHONE 96/-5970 Plaetlff.C.AJTIOlOla4ARJ'ORIE' ; UKVENB. EVAPORATED MILK lOc I can lOc,

'Ca.. No. >40PRANCI9
State Defendant.The Of JPIttrlda. To: VIENNA SAUSAGE $1.00 Spaghetti and Meat Balls $foo:

... unknown
that a procesding for divorce FROZEN 2 LB. POLY BAG
'S m) has been brought In. the Circuit SAVE
\ Court for Bradford County,

J.W"'Easy-to,. =istaU r 1 the Florida hereby Clerk,. required against of the you.Circuit to, file You Court with are $

.your answer or other 'vleadinnin FRENCH FRIES
mild proceeding, and to serve
4 FOR:
r : copy llurwell of same Attorney upon for Wllllfcm R. ,

VINYLFLO.ORING lea) North Main Street
ville, Florida I on or PlalnUff'l

,,' :,, ,, ..., Herein 19th day fall of not, or a Default ,, BANQUET FROZEN ASSORTED GOLDEN FLEET FROZEN 16 OZ. PKG.
.. .\ by.' will WITNESS be entered Mr against HAND and you.seal I, DINNERS 3 for $1.00 BREADED SHRIMP 97c

of said. Court af>St rke.-'> Bradford I
\ County Florida..thle. la day BANQUET' FROZEN ASSORTED 8 OZ. PKG.BOTTLE OF 100
I ILl OO "EAR'' of January :A.. 1>. 1818.
: Clerk CUARL of 8 the A.Circuit Court Limit 2 9c

BY B.uta.1l.1II. Moody "

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: CI f" IJI.!!. .1'10.... Circuit Judicial' Court Clr.../Of, ''1'\\
I Florida IAsa Fr. "' PORK PICNICS LB.
: .__ ._ Uo...". 35C
! cash ( 1SJ ("FRANCIS_'N.. R. FALLOUT, I
carry a GOUT Plaintiff" D.fen..nt., VB. JOSEPH FAIT. ,

I BUILDING ( t. TO: JOIoI :.P.H FAI3OUTAddreaa INSTANT SHAVE SAVE 40c Azalea "Big 8" All Meat Skinless.
f. : And Realdraoe Un- ,COLGATE 11 39cKEGt'LAK
known. oz. can FRANKS full Ib. _. 49c
Tide You Are Hereby. ,Notified that '
an action for dlvorc hM been
lied aralnat' you and yon are
\ required to serve a copy of your: MILD DAISYCHEESE SAVE EVERY DAY at FOOD FAIR
; written "efen...... If any. to- it
i \ Today on Eugene; V, Shaw Attorneyfor WEDGES 1 lb. 69c 320 S. WALNUT ST. STARKE
"" Plaintiff'whoa address 1*
4nln..llle. :1lIIIIB; '\: W.ldo Rd.. lit South Walnut Street.
I'lioiii.. 11711-::'''''' .. Btarke Florida, and file theoriglnal''wllh ,,
JnckmsNar, I:.111 8. .:djfewoml.P. '"' the'Clerk of the LEAN FRESHLY SAVE 40c
...... :",,..mI71i( above styled Court on or before
JHckNnMlle. 114.: Hrelnr.Mlnml. '''at.. February 19,186S, ,. otherwise a
111I:1-<'"71 Judgment may be entered
81 \..:.1"I.t lit. 95l: -147e acalnat-you tae" the -relief, demanded -
Ornln. ,,l.'l: : $. Ornnne. "Ole.. In th.e/ ,Complaint. .GROUND BE EF 5 $199
IUII-7IHI7{ WITNESS my ,hand and the LB.
Orlando l'h
P.n.II..ln.. ISO R':, Illuuat St.. t B eEAL .
P1.... W-K4HJ: : Charles A. Darby
Tmm .. IM<'MI V. Bath "t., 11:10-1181: Aa CI.rkOf Bald' Court 'Morrell Pride REG. 49o LB. ROLL Cook Quick Breaded Veal or Chuck 'WagnSAUSAGE (
W. Hiilin Ili-nch.. 44JII: Okrerbolit First publication\ ) January .18.1M .
\ II A'I. Phuuc US.I7MIUQUALITY *- II4t 1-. 1 'lb. 35c Frozen Cube Steaks lb. box 79c


Prcf inlsnea JLaiielingarlftn I1THB: HAMS 3 lb. can $2.69 STEW lb. .. 25c
: r : In re: Estate of .
U PULiUM a-k-a N. 19c RIBS lb. ,. 35c

I..N:.f.ItmU1J .CHEO1TOR' :*' .. .

All crtaitora of tb. estate of '' .
r'n 'RRVI+ Nonnl ti. Pullum-..k-a- N. L. U.'S. NO. 1 WHITE IRISH -
20 LB. BAG
t .
h'i ', r.\n/ighnr PUllum, dtcMMd I '. .hereby
r Y I' g i t >rataji \e.e notified and required 'to tile "' ,

,'I It tiIhev4 any they olalnai may h.or.....demands avalnat which.auld -

,II ; R I'' / iv'I'f 4 ,, Nnlnut I estate judge In .the of office Bradford of the County.county POTATOES 6:9:
al\T 95 Florida, In kli. courthouse at
Stark., riarlda, wlthlaslx I 'calendar (
_- = ,( I S I 5i5 I2lhCiln teur..r'S1E months. from the data of .
the first publication of this no-
I tleo. Each claim or demand
>t 26 \" must be la writing and must GOLDEN RIPE _
; -* tn Chnnxf frotK.Moulding state the place or residence SAVE lOo IIVORADE ..
_, "'' ." t hln" ,It'ollnb'e and post office address of the
) to claimant by tHa and claimant must hla be. agent sworn. I BANANAS lib. lOc CHEESE LOAF 2 lb. box 59c

or his attorney, or It will be.
corn void according to law
January 15. 19H8. FRESH
: Aaron H. Holley -

lethth19 First publloatlon. on January ORANGES Dozen 35c GREEN CABBAGE lb. 6c.

.. sin ,. A PrBRCB
203-305 North Avenue
I Tnmol. .
Btark. Florida
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