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: December 12, 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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r iI U. pf.Pla. Library His sbristmas Parade 6S 6SI
*. '' Gainesville Fla.326 1
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\; Draws Hundreds :
'b. Is A Balloon ,, "

.. tit. The Student Council of Bradford dents won their $23 prize with t-t

.&ol",: ) High School won first placeIn drawings of characters from the
: float competition In the annual .
Peanuts comic strip, such as .
... 1 f
lti :
Christmas parade sponsor
.. Snoopy and Charley Brown, Students 7L
,_ : .
i Merchants' As-
l.d ed by the Retail rode the float and sang
; sedation last Friday carols.

; The Students appealed to the Third place was won by Beta

? judges, the Starke City Council, Sigma Phi .sorority with a 4
with a pretty girl EMS Homecoming -
'" Christmas scene of a snowmanIn
4ki Queen Sally Moore, anda a yard and a family sitting
; green and red Christmas fireside around a fire in the family

scene. A $50 first prize loom. Children around a

,- went to the winner and the students Christmas.tree represented presents.
,. had already made a deal -
f prior to the parade) for the Fourth place went to Grace

\litur M.isso. Lisa. Ul.it'k. school to pay for making the United Methodist Church) of

+ ,, Inn'n. anil Lori, I Illon UITC loner float and the Student Council to Lawtey., The float depicted a
of (hiinilirils" of 11111111 fry keep all the prize money. mage scene. A $15 cash. prize Just nine month old, but Marty Lawson

who hail. I lie. !llu III iif a lill'lim',' Second place went to( the went to third place and $10 to knows about Santa Claus He wasn't. a bit a-

fl urn S.irl.i. link( il 1111 Pull M Bradford Middle School (grades fourth place. A total of $100 in frald to climb Into Santa's arms when his mother
6-8)) as the students copped the
l.isl( I'llild.v uflrntiiciii.
Mrs Lawson him there.
Henry placed
first two places. The middle stu- (Continued on Page Four)


E BRADFORD c OUk Hampton Girl

-SINCE 1879- rf NISTOPY:

Dies In Crash

The Sweetest uwherries i This Side of Heaven


1 : Of Auto/ Train

TWENTY-FIVE. : r:; m _n__'

!: 4 Brenda Brown, 19-year. In 1970
old] daughter of Mr. and

Mrs. Kenneth Brown of

Hampton, became the Baldwin ElectedTo
fourth victim of a railroad

crossing accident in Brad-

et ford County this year when

Neither city nor county has He said 'he would contact the her car was struck by the Head Chamber
money available to relocate utilities .state and advise them that' the northbound Silver Meteorat

l lines on ER-16 between 801 problem is being :worked out between the Seaboard tracks in

and the city limits. but they do the county and the city. t i fl / Hampton at 3 p.m. Wednes I%.. a unanimous vote lastThur.sda presidents for the coming year.
have six months to
or more Johns also pointed .out that day. } the Board of Governors Key point: In the yearly votingis
come up with a solution. after the county had secured the t 7h 7r 7- rt>'the Bradford County the naming of a president.
This Information was revealedat right of way it would'possibly be Chamber of Commerce named. elect of the Chamber who serves
a joint meeting! .of Starke six months before construction
Mao: Baldwin, owner of Baldwin for a year in an official capacityto
City Council and Bradford County .- would begin on that part of the Chevrolet-Oldsmablle, president. become familiar with. the
Commission at 8 Tues.
p.m. road elect Chamber's highest office

day. Meeting was called after Alf Gus Kopelousos, manager of Mrs./ LaNier: finance chair-

Councilman Nell Tucker told the Garden Restaurant, was unanimously man ,of the recent Calf scramble,
the Commissioner last week; re-elected treasurerby reported a total of $5,860 was
that the city does not have funds
the Board of Governors. collected. It is estimated thata
available for the project. BurglarsHit $2,000 balance will remain to
(Mrs ,Loyree LaNier, owner of
Moving of the city-owned utility
be used on the 1969 scrambleafter
sr Bradford Furniture Co., is :presi
lines will be reQUired because
all bills are paid.
dent-elect of the Chamber now
the State Road Depart-
P. O. wf and will take office Feb. 1,
ment plans to widen and resurface
I Wayne Whiffen, Starke optome County (Agent George Huggins,
that of SR-16. A r
over-all chairman of Scram.
trist, will remain on the board the
60 foot right of .way iwlll' be .,Vu. ble, complimented these who
for a immediate past.
year as
needed for the project (Also At Lawtey president. worked on the recent scramble '
:planned is ''the resurfacing of 16
Six board members were also on behalf cf the county agriculture -
.to. ,from the city limits to the.Clay Letter to PeopleNew Brenda Brown department. He said t'e will
County line) '. .-, .In, _. elected at last Thursday's meeting
three of4 them new'to> the closejy: observe'the, .character ,
Estimated cost /of moving of Lawmen from federal officials
.. building of the 15 winners of
.board New members are Marc
the utilities ds $60.000. Council to the county level, are The girl who was employedas calves in the
Jackson of Jackson's Building coming year.
man Jimmy JVIcRae. said the city investigating the Tuesday a switchboard operator at
had ro: money budgeted for the night breaking and entering of CUBB HeadSets Sunland Training Center In Supplies; Zedra Hamilton, Clay A promotional' film made of
Gainesville was killed Instantly Electric director and Bradfordcounty the scramble will soon be available
:project:: and did not know !where tre Lawtey Post Office.
the city could get the money. Three suspects were being when the Mustang In which' commissioner, and Carl for use to local groups in-

Commissioner Jerome Johns sought In the break-in In which she. was going to pick up her tercsted.
said that the county had recent. the :safe was "peeled" and brother at Hampton School: was The Chamber has been given

ly borrowed $500,000 fon road broken into( according to Dep :struck headon at the crossing, a warranty deed to a piece of
work and that most of the mon uty Sheriff Dolph' Reddish, and less than 60 yards at her home. property which was part of the

ey was .spent in the Brookerarea 1.500 blank money orders stolen Objectives old Fernandez estate President

where it was badly needed. plus about $100 !in cash. Estimated speed of'the train i Wayne Whiffen announced The
Of the borrowed money approximately "Some good leads" were reported was 75 mph, according' to State property, which lies .on the south
$125,000 remains Johns Reddish early side of Call Street between Alligator -
by Deputy Troopers who talked to the en
Bald, but added that It could Wednesday night. He and a (Editor's Note: The following nomic Agency I feel responsible r a gineer. The car was knocked Creek and South Street

not be spent .on demoving city Jacksonville postal Inspctor, W, Is a statement of objectives and to make known my 'views re from the tracks, hitting a signal and 'across Call Street from the
utilities. Hansen, were sorting out the., aims by new CURB Executive: gardlng the position and function block, and came to rest office of Dr. T. O. Ritch was
Johns suggested that the city mess left all day Wednesday.The Director Ronald W. Sage, 25- of the CUBB Agency about 75 feet from point of im donated by Mrs. Fay! Louisa
and county install the lines and post office was left "pret year-old New Jersey, attorney "First of all let's clear up pact. Schoenemann and (Mary Alice
save the cost of labor. Estimatedcost ty well torn up," Reddish and VISTA volunteer who' was any misconceptions there may a R 8 West! nieces of Mrs Isabelle

of materials needed Is $45- given the appointment' ) last be regarding tha! purple: of Fernandez Simpson.A .
000. said.The break-in and safe crack. week. In taking over leadership: CUBB. CURB is
Ing was similar to the past rob. of the four-county poverty or agency dedicated strictly and High School, the' girl: lived with to look into uses for the prop

beries. Reddish: said. Last two ganization. Sage la the first solely to alleviating the socioeconomic her parents In the two-story erty, wttffen: said

safes cracked In Bradford County VISTA volunteer In the country plight! of poverty level home, formerly occupied bv 3.
i were at Denmark Furniture ,to also! head a Community Action .. .residents dn areas it serves. W. Home, within a stone'a tl' Retail Merchants! Committee

Man Killed Store and Jerome Johns' Phillips Program; like CUBB,) "It is not here to! shove any. throw of the crossing where she Chairman he had Roy Burnham reported
was killed. She pulled out from
66 bulk plant on South thing dcwn people's throats, but '
To The Editor: the house directed at the Kiddleland Promotion -
and made
a right
following the law of constitution .
Temple Avenue In Starke.. our 1
'Near Hampton Reddish theorized the steel An Open Letter To Bradford it will serve all the poor turn onto Highway 18, directly Mao Baldwin which Walnut held Nov Street 19-23 between during
In front of
i wall of the safe door was peeled County: regardless of race, creed, or national oncoming train. Call and Madison Streets
back and a special hydraulictool "As newly elected Executive origin. (According to! crossing has a signal light, blocked for rides to be placed.
!, A 57-year-old Jacksonville res.> inserted to force open the Director of the Clay, Union, Baker 'OEO statistics, there are, two \ which was operating at the Lamar Johns, owner of Starke

> ident, Raymond Hugh Hill, was i door. The break Inn was a professional .and Bradford Counties Eco poverty level whites for every a time. Builders' Supplies Three board
killed early Tuesday night when> type job Reddish .Ronald Sage members re-elected are Lea It was also announced to the
!iris car crashed into oIL concrete said "not just the run-of-the- Executive Director Besides her parents, BrendaIs Grogan Du /Pont manager; S. Board that the Board of County

pillar at a culvert 1.3 miles west mill type. They had to know Now Open i survived by three sisters, L. /Peek Jr., president of the Commissioners have allocated

of Hampton an SR-231. what they were doing." poverty level Negro In theCUBB Mrs Jack Crawford Starke; Florida Bank at Starke, and time Wednesday, Feb. 5, at 2
It took most of the day Wed ) Mrs. Lamar Brown, and Kathy John Torode, Shell Oil dealer.! p.m. to meet with the Board of
According to report by Florida area. Brown, both of Hampton, and Goverr.crs of the Chamber for
:nesday to sift through the jumble New Service CenterTo "The essential objective of ouragency Loyree LaNier
I Highway Patrolman K O. of money orders, stamps, is the promotion of self two brothers, Jerry and Don. appointed Art Schulz and S. L. the purpose .of stating the objectives

Etheridge, there were mo visible and cash to determine what was reliance among the poor. This is silo Brown, also of Hampton. Peek Jr. as her advisory vice- and 1969 program of
ekldmarks approaching the cul work. All Chamber board members
missing. accomplished by encouraging -
vert. The trooper estimated the 1 The Poor to be were requested to be :press
I Acting postmaster, !Mrs. R. Assist participation by the poor
speed of Hill's 1962 Hillman at E. Lee reported the Incident and residents of poverty ,areas ent.A.
75 mph. Wednesday morning in the planning and evaluation Drifter ArrestedIn suggestion by the Junior
Woman's Club to( Include an
Doors' of Bradford County'aNeighborhood Medicare,
come to find out about ef progress affecting their lives.
The car was traveling east on outstanding teenager In the a-
Center are
legal aid, welfare, social Studies have shown that poor
SR-221, ran off the pavement, 3 UnhurtIn to the white wards given by the Chamber at
now open' and the Job Corps, to! namea people possess talents and resources -
and hit the pillar connected to and black, who want assistance few. essential) t-1 educing the Waldo MurderJames the annual banquet each year

tht culvert, the PIP stated. WreckAt .... and to the not-so-poor :who In the planning stages! are problems .of poverty. was 'approved by !the Board.

have time to give to the Center. sewing classes and cooking "They often have a unique lnalcht -
BIP Committee Chairman Bud
Brooker The Center is presently local- classes, with special emphasison into their own .problems:! Rickett, 47, a drifter weapon had apparently been
See ed on the second! floor of the preparation of food receivedin and valuable. knowledge about who( has been around the Ala- used to club Melton to death, Mizell reported the November

\\A two-car collision in Brookerleft Old Agriculture Building behind the surplus commodity pro- the effect on their own lives of chua-Bradford County area for but that none had been foundat improvement award !wens to
Mrs. Leila of Leila'sDress
TORNADOBasketball three persons unhurt but the courthouse) but another. gram. 4 II'I the program designed for their several years, !has been charged the scene. He declined to ; Mundy!
and Gift Call
caused $750 damage to two cars, home! tops the list ol items !Also being considered are han benefit Their participation in with the murder last June 9 of affirm whether the motive was Street. Shop on

according to the Florida High- needed. The building, which dicraft programs, a day care the development of those pro- Oscar Melton of the Louise sec robbery but Indicated that Fried Runner.upwas Chicken ; Kentucky
way Patrol station here should be centrally located in center operated by volunteers, grams Is essential to building tion north of Waldo. Melton might have received a OharUe operated
Truby Euetus Tetstone. 42, Starke, !would have to be donat basic education courses where. understanding and the will .cf Rlckett was apprehended Sun- government check around the Braswell.
AND D Mrs. Garrl
A Roes who Is
was charged Sunday Dec. 8. ed to the Center for one year. people can learn to read and the entire community to bringan day morning on the highway time of the murder. time a part
SATURDAYDecember with failure to yield the right-of "We're willing to make minor 'write, and tutoring programs( for end to poverty and to achieve about six miles north of Perry Finch said that RIckett and Lillian secretary, along !With (Mrs.
Bishcp, was introducedto
way ;when his truck! collided on repairs and do some painting those who are in school but effective communication between after he was spotted by Melton had been llvlnsr together the Board.Santa .
14 SR 18 in Brooker 'with a vehicle but we can't do major repairs," need some special help. the pour and the non-poor. someone who knew him and in the latter's home. Melton was

driven by Bobby Eugene Dyal, Mrs. Thelma Dixon, Center dir. Bradford County's Center is Far more relevant, sensitive, reported to the police. first reported missing: by his
PERRY: HERB 34. ector, said. She added that she one of six centers in the CUBB and effective program and Melton 69, was found bludgeoned wife, who lives! In Gainesville. ClausTo

Tetstone's 1865 Chevrolet was wouM welcome volunteers to (Clay, Union, Bradford, Baker) plans will come out of their to death in an outdoor and the ensuing search turned <

topped headed south on an un- help with the clean up, fix w Economic Agency area. Three participation: privy at the rear of his homeon up Melton's body, which had HereSanta
This. Space ConlritnUd identified unpaved street at SR Job.Although are located in Clay County and "CUBB's drive to effect ln- the Louise graded road north been severely! beaten around the Visit

Weekly to Publicize I 18, according to/( the FHP. Dyal, they need more one each in the other counties. volvment of the poor in programs of Waldo. He had been attackedand head and in several other areas. Claus swill greet young

Community Event by with Ws: 14-year-old. son as passenger space, Mrs. Dixon and her staff The approximately $70,000 given Is through its seven then dragged into the out. Rickett was Indicted by an ster dn the Chamber of Com
WILl traveling. west on (three aides) are. not sitting around by the Federal government neighborhood service centers house, police said. Alachua County grand jury last office at Call and Walnut
The CommunityState SR 18. Tetatone entered SR 18 waiting for It. Presently for the Centers Is being divided operated under the direction of Rickett, who is also known October, but his whereaboutswere Streets each :week day before

Bank sad the two cars collided 22 they are making a door-to-door .on a percentage basis using the !Mrs. Annett Hughes, a graduate under an alias as James Coirsy, unknown until Sunday. Christmas! according to :Merchants -
feet east of the intersection. survey of the low-income areas percentage of poop in each of Florida A & M with a degreein served time .on a sentence from Futch said he would be ar- Association ChairmanRoy :::
Account Now Insured Damage to the right front of in the county( to find the needs county as the determining point. Home Economics These ser Bradford County on a breakingand ralgned on December 19>. at. Burham.

Up lo IJ5,000 by the pickup was estimated at .of the people Bradford County's chare' Is $15.- vice centers are located in tar entering charge dn the Gra- which time a lawyer would be Santa will appear each after

$250; damages to the right side One .of the major Jobs of the get areas, a phrase we use to ham.Brooker area several years appointed to defend him anda noon between 2 and 3 p.m. an
F. D. L C. Center will be to serve as an information 300.Heading trial date set
of Dyal's BuIck :was estimated the four-county center ago.Assistant the following days: Dto. 14, U. ,
*t $500. and referral: agency. 'project Is Mrs. lAnnete Hughes (Continued on Page Four) State Attoney (Mack Rlcket is being held In Ala. 19, 20, 31, 23, and 24.
Here is where the poor can 'home economist :Putch saM that eonv form of chua County Jail without bond.

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PAGE TWO __ Remter UT. u. ..ft..ntree nf Twin City, Ga. .
"- "- Mrs. G. E. McQauley and fihas Freeman been ha ierred from us .n and Mr*. Louis Yancey: of( i
Mrs. Carl Motes and son of Pa- \\ '
to Fort LeonardAtlanta. Ga.; Mr. and Mrs.
I f Mr.latka and were Mrs.Sunday Charles visitors Hardy.of holidays.Mc Fort: Polk, wI1J be home tor' 'and A. Canova Mrs. Milton Jr. and Dill family and I!IMr.

l Tc; George H. Stevenson and W Mr.
LJ'd/ $ now. Scott of Atlanta Ga. were and Mrs. George jimmy Brummett. of Jackson.
HeUe '
Rose Jim Otto
_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_w Sunday evening visitors of Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williams announced the following. Brown visited HIP ovethe week ville1; Mr.Petersburg and Mrs.: Mrs. Cora 'I

and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. of Athens, Oa. announce the births: In Clearwater of St. Heights
Barbara Godwin celebratedher YN-2 Donald W. Thornton Mrs. O. A. Gay and Mrs. N. birth of. daughter Wendy. Mr. and Mrs John William end. arriving- Marehtwrn\ ) of Keystone of Baltt-: s ,
Bridal ShowersFor tenth birthday Monday who was home on 13 day leave, P. Rogers of Orange Park visIted Leith. en Dec 1. Paternal Dukes, Starke. a daughter Among the students weekend Mrs; O C. Alderman and Mrs.
this Roy
for his home base Samdra Lynne, Dee 6. from college more Md.: : Mt'
Tuesday home
afternoon with a neighborhoodparty. left their mother, MM J. R. grandparents are Mr. and Larry Ward
Miss Bates, in Norfolk, Va. Parrish in Brooker lost! Friday. Mrs. Mack L. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Don Masaen. for the :holiday are ward Miss Jane and
BrideelectThe Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas ; Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Adams Hal and Greg Goldwlre of Toledo gale, Earleton Beach a Williams Bobbie Sue BarksDar.b Gary Peek of Lake City; Mr.
and E. Chesser and
and Mr. and Mrs. James Me- celebrated their 15th wedding Ohio are visiting their Bradford County Hospital daughter Dec. 10. dale Bonnie Oraudon and Mrs. Willis
and Joyce of Salt Springs
Saturday with a of FSU, Dennis Che ser ;
the anniversary Mr. and Mrs.
Community Club Houseat Neely of Lake City spent grandparents col- Martin of Tallhas-:
the State Prison was the weekend at their camp In the family dinner party at their Gilbert Goldwlre for several Mrs. Frank Weaver of WillisMr.. and Mrs. Dave Paulk Denmark from LaGrange lira. James and Mrs. PermanRobert
setting for a bridal shower Scrub. home on Bedford' Lake. Twelve weeks. Their parents Mr. and ton spent the weekend with, Mr. have had as visitors Lt. Col. lege .oa. see; Mr. and Mrs. Marvls
last Friday evening In honorof Miss Frances Ford daughter guests enjoyed the occasion. Mrs. Ray Goldwlre. will join and Mrs. W. T. Jackson. John R. Paulk of McDlll Field. J Griffin of San Jose, Roberts11': and Mrs. R. A.
Miss Barbara J. Bates of Mr. end Mrs. H. J. Watersof Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Crawford them for the holidays. Mrs Hazel Rltch. Mrs. Pearl Mrs. Jeff Paulk of Pierson Ga., Calif. Is visiting his tn'other.lnRoberts.. Mr.. and Mrs Allan
Starke were In Orlando on business Mr and Mrs. W. A. Stern and sister Mr. and :Mr*. C. Green Jr. 'Mr.
bride-elect of December 28. Tallahassee, former Edwards and Mrs. Millard Mrs. Jeffrey Wiley and son of law Richard, Dr.
residents, was crowned Sheaf from Sunday to Tuesday.Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs. BlanchardLaw Judd and daughter, Suzanne, Valdosta, Mr. and Mrs. Brooks S. Haddock, for several days. Canova and son.Killlnger,
The receiving line composed Alabama Christian E. K. Perryman returned in Jacksonville last Thurs Sunday visiting attending and Mrs O. B. and
Queen at were in Valdosta on Paulk of Lake City and Mr. and Out-of-town guests of Gaines
Jim Reddish, Mrs. H. weeks' visit Judy Weseman
of Mrs College in Montgomery Ala. Friday after two day.Airman Mr.: and Mrs. T. E. Hero- Mr. Edison Paulk of White- the Walters-Canova wedding on Miss L.
O. Bates in mother of the College year with Mr. and Mrs. E K. Perry- Steve Tilley of Lack Mrs.'l1Ie; Rev. and D.
The Sheaf Is the don: and family head. Dave Paulk returned last Nov. 29 Included: Mr. and
bride-elect. Miss! Bates and book. Miss Ford and two run- man Jr. and family In Betl.le- land AFB. Texas Is home on Mr. and Mrs D. D. GlUingWednesday after seven weeks C. W. Walters Sr. of Dublin, lames: of Altamonte of Swings;
Mrs. James E. Hodge of their schoolin bent Pa. Mrs. Perryman had leave after which he will Miss Marilyn Hernwall Wash
24 day
ners-up represented ham of Jacksonville were Sunin the Gainesville Medical! Cen- Ga.., Mrs. Verna Argo of Amer-
Jacksonville, sister of the parade weekend visitors! Mr. and t to the Air Force Academyat ington. D. C.: and Mrs. KateSheppard
the annual Christmas as go day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. ter where he underwent surgery. icus, Oa., Misses Eliza and
bride elect, stood In front of of Jack of Brunswick, Ga.
hi Montgomery on Saturday. Mrs. Comer Ferryman; Colorado Springs, Colo. Ouy Sale. Bertie Holland and H. L. Hoi-
the mantle which was bankedwith Miss Donna Faxon of Gainesville som'iile! _______ .
magnolia leaves and red was visiting her aunt,

candles and centered with a Mrs. Vcrgie Flynn, on Satur-

season:"":.'b turangement-:{ Say]} ',2f.Gtlnes-a day."Usa Brenda Williams spent
; Car
vlllencr'Ms .Jktnfram; of the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.andtre Come See Your Next

Jacksonville kept the tirlde'a S'.rincy: : G"ier! and Ocala.Mr. 0
book at a table overlaid witha Bob Miller in :
cutwork cloth and graced bya Attending! the UDC reception
bride doll.Seasonal at the home of Mr. and Mrs. otLted
William O. Kearns in Jacksonville
arrangements were \ on Sunday afternoon hone 1ftV'L
used throughout the party 01 Ing Mrs. Thomas W. Lester ,j
room. The stage was decorated State President were: Mrs. L.

with magnolia leaves G, Powell, :Miss Madge Mid-
and polnsettlas. dlcton.: Mrs. Lester Crews. Mrs. The GREAT AT STARKECRRYSLERPLYM'ODTH
E L. Matthews. Mrs. F. J. Pelluin. C h I
The punch table was covered
with a red cloth trimmed in Airs.: S. L. Peek Sr., Mrs.J. r V s e r '
lace underlaid In whit?. A W. Kincald. Mrs. O. L. Beas-
crystal punch bowl was placedat IcyMrs.. Walla Lipsey and NEW

one end and a silver coffee Mrs J, If. Field
Mr and Mrs. Charles Morris
service at the other. Centering
the table was a silver cande- and "11'. und Mrs. Carl Norman I

labra with red tapers, decor- ,>f Jacksonville were Sunday
E. L. Crawford.Ten .
Ki'ots of
ated with, the red and bride's white chosen carnations members of the Methoiiit A J969 Newport Is Yours For Just A Few Dollars A

colors. Silver trays held Women's! Sunday School
dainty white cake squares decorated .-hihurt a dinner! natty at the Q Month More Than The Most Popular Smaller Cars. Now
in Calnestllle on
Pirate'* Cave
in red and green.
F1'dlnight: honoring Mrs.J. You Can Afford Full Luxury And Size. So
Hostesses were Mrs. Mike ,.'m ;Miller on her birthday ,
Gllhooly, Mrs. J. T. Richardson Butch Faulknerseven year
Mrs. Elbert Nettles, Mrs. ,''lilo of ;Mr. and Mrs J, H.V'aulkmr WHY SETTLE FOR LESS?
Ed Pflester. Mrs Edgar Beas- returned home Sun-
ley. Mrs Jim Reddish, Mrs. day Horn the Gainesville. Med.c .
Bryan Erwin Mrs.: Fred Hals- : 11 Center where he underwent
lop, Mrs Robert Taylor. Mrs. eye surgery. Butch was accidentally Priced For The Man On His Way Up!
Jimmie Bowen Mrs. R. P. shot", : t in the eye with an

McLendon, Mrs. Pete Luke. .11 row a week ago. He will un.iU"fc'o .- \\
and Mrs. Wyman Harris. \ further eve surgery inwerk tadet\\
effort to regain ,
The hostesses presented the) :.1 in an Out
honoree with a silver tray and 111.- /,18111./
:Mr.: and Mrs Smith DeVoe e
an ento orchid of the corsage occasion.as a Orchid mem- lasted> their son Sp-4 Denton NEWPORT 2-DOOR HARDTOP '11\\\\\\ Not
DeVoe In the Martin Army '
corsages were also presentedto
Mrs. Bates and Mrs. Hospital at Fort Ber.l1:ng. Ga.over \tJ e

Hodge.MM. the weekend. Denton was ........ ..m.................. .. Bank Rate Financing
evacuated to the hospital re-

Vcrnon Peacock of i-iT.tly to recover from wounds *
Jacksonville was an out-of- rrcclml In Vietnam While serving 50,000 Miles or 5-Year
town guest. with the 1st Air Corp Dlv-

Seventy-five guests were f Invited i operated on the helicopter as machine on which gunmanwas he See The Plymouth Line Today ,' WE'RE TRADING Warranty .
to call during the ap action '" *
involved in
enemy ,, : Instant Appraisals And
pointed bou1'l.Miss .
and shot down. During tins action HIGH I
he received multiple fractures
Bates was ( to the leg. Financing
wita! miscellaneous shower Mrs. Dan Harris of Jacksonville Make The Best Deal
Wednesday evening of last wan Sunday and Monday THE

week at St. Edward's Parish .guest of Mrs. W. B. Mundy. MOMENT On Your Present Car
Hall. Mi*, Lloyd H. Lewis of Wilmington.
Hostesses were Mrs. RobbieShaller Deln. \\(11 Monday
Mrs. Michael Gllho uvrrnlht guest of Col. and FRANKNESS NOWfranky.
ely Mrs Peter Pfleihinqrer.Mrs. Mn. T. T. Long while enrouteto IS HERE /1 rat/.N/
Paul Meng. Mrs. Frances HlU>>3rough Beach. !
Meng. Mrs. Joseph A. Cissy ;Sir and :Mrs. L C. Adams:!
Mrs. Randall Chism and Mrs. ]had din'icr at the: TlmuquanaComtiv
Richard Richards Club\ Wednesday night! '

As'iting! Mrs. Shaper, floor 01% Mr ,1l,+ms' birthday. \ TERMS!
hostP.'s.'U Mrs. Gilhooly LI. :and, Mrs John H. Pierce! ... f! SY SAFETY CHECKED! LOWEST PRICESIwe're !
who greeted guests at the door and daughters. of Alexandra
and presented them to the re- Va. arc! Miondinn) a WI:1!!: ;:: ,
ccivuia; line. composed of the Mr. and :M-H Nell i: Ci'awfjid and out e
honoree her mother, Mrs. H. relatives! while enroute to the a"+uc1.N/ / t /
Ogden Bates III, and Mrs.
Naval Post Graduate School In
James E. Hodge of Jackson Monterey Calif. A family re
ville. sister of the bride. unionVa.*. held at the Neil \ lots ofPLYMOUTHS f
Mrs. Pfleshlnser and Mrs. Crawford: home on Sunday honoring to sell\
Chism were in charge of the the Pierce family with 43
gift table which was centered attending.
by a bride doll. Mrs. Paul 1966 Chrysler 1966 Rambler
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson
Meng. Mrs Francis! Men::. C
:Mrs. Gissy and Mrs. Richards and Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Lawson 4 Door Xewyorker: Station Wagon V.8 _
alternated in serving punch were in Lakeland and Auburn- Loaded including AutomaticPower

and refreshments. dale on Sunday visiting rela '? MAKE \ Air Conditioning' << Steer in or,.& Brakes
Mrs Bob Ferguson kept the tives. LET Power Windows &: Air Conditioning -
Capt. and Mrs Smith DeVoeJr. Seats
guest book and a silver bud Radio and Heater.
and family spent Thanksgiving -
vase holding pink carnationswas Extra Clean.'
the focal point on this week with Mr. and Mrs. Only
table.At DeVoe Sr. while enroute to Fort =- toDAYl $2195.00

one end of the refresh Gordon Ga. Capt. DeVoe has Only $1595.00
ment completed the career course for
table, covered with
floor a :signal I officers at Fort Monmouth .
length organdy cloth N. J. and will be instructor 1967 Ford Galaxie
over pink satin was a large .
for newly commissiontil
crystal! punch bowl, surrounded 1966
by ivy, white and Dink signal officers at Fort Cortun. 4 Door Sedan V-R Mustang Cpe.

pompom and pink carnations. ( Automatic Power 6 Cylinder
Mrs. Gladys Weldon was a Standard
Silver craw held miniature Steering: Air Condit"lontng
Pink and white dainty cakes weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs.J. Radio & HeaOn'ty Shift Radio &: Heater
and R. Weldon in Jacksonville.
compotes held
mints and nuts. At the other
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branch candelabra entwined CATHOLIC CHUKCHES $1995.00 Only $1295.00
with ivv and pink. carnations
ana holding pink lighted! taps ST. EDWARD'S. Starke:
CYi8! Sunday Mass 9:13: a. m.
The hostesses presented the Thursday Mass: 6:30 p. m. ----- 1964 Pontiac
lioqoree( with a silver tidbit :Miraculous :Medal Novena -
tray Saturday 7 1 m. 1968 Buick Special
as a memento of the occasion p.
Bonneville 4 Door H.T.
and also Confession! :3 p. m.. 7 p. m.
gave t"
to corsages ST. UILLIXM'S.: Automatic: Power Sport Coupe Auto
Miss Bates -
her mother .
Steering &
Keystone IlllghU! : matic
and .
sister.Fiftyseven! Heater and Tu-
Sunday Mass. 9 a. m. Air Conditioning
l1'U'sts'ere Tone only I 9,000 Miles 1
"'ednestJava": and Novena Radio and Heater.
to call between the hours FURY III 2-DOOR HARDTOPThe
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County Hospital this week
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Hampton; Otis Hedge Mrs. 133 W. Call St.,
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Mann of Lake Butler: Joseph! Second data postage paid STARKE CHRYSLER PLYMOUTHu.
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Luncheon .Given Beta BASKET DINNER:
Sigma Phi Christmas Supper

Of Interest To. .. For AttendantsOf Holds Annual Planned At There at Leon will Conner's be a basket at Crosby dinner

Miss Walters Christmas PartyAnnual St. EdwardsA Lake on Sunday. Dec. 15 In
honor of Lawton Connor's

WOMEN :Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr., Mrs. Christmas party of Christmas covered dish birthday. Relatives and
Randy Johns. Mm. Robert No- friends are Invited to attend.
I r Sigma Phi Sorority was supper is planned Sunday.
bles and
Mrs. Charles Darby
held Monday night at the Dee 15, at 5:30: p.m. at St.

MM**.**Gladys IMooty: Phone 9647608Miss bridesmaid were hostesses luncheon at a delightful Friday. home of Mrs Robert Barks Edward's Church. '
k Nov. 29. at the Garden Restaurant dale.Gifts There. will be a visit from all
were exchanged by Mia
; I Miss Register: honoring Miss Dee Walters Santa Claus for the children-
as la the custom of
1 .1 I Guests were seated at a T- the and the group will sing carols. W rb,
sorority: each Christmas
ComplimentedAt shaped table In the Pecan Room
The refreshment table was Father Griffin
will show
: jtiL& ::1 I Two ShowersMiss where the head table held an overlaid with a beige cloth and some of Ms color slides taken

& / ) bronze arrangement of yellow and was decorated with a Christmas during missionary! work in BYNANCY'S
chrysanthemums. At tha
Betty Ann Register : centerpiece. Sierra Leone West Africa.( FLOWERS
end of the
J Jp long table was a
whose marriage to Larry Mrs Townsend Strickland
bridesmaids cake to which was All parishoners TILE CHRISTMAS;
; t i Crawford will be an event of attached presided at the punch bowl. and their
1 Dec 27 was complimentedwith green satin ribbons friends ara- welcome. POINSETTIAThe
tied with charms each wrap \lovely Christmas: painset-
In the past
,,.. 1 two showers ped !In white net which were UDC Luncheon tin came from Mexico, and received

,' '. week.Mrs.. Don Keel Mlsa Susan given to the bridal attendants. At Holiday Inn Whiffen Home its name t Irons: Dr. Joel
Place cards for the 24 '
guests r 3 POI noSe 11 of
1 Wiggins and Mrs. One Wiggins were decorated with lilies-of- Coleman-Crawford; Scene Dinner \ P" Charleston, S. C
bridal shower at
gave a The annual Christmas luncheon -
8 the-valley and green bows !h introduced
rs 1u. the home of the latter for Guests included the bridal at Engagement ToldMr. of w T. Weeks chapter. Dr. and Mrs. D, W. Whiffen \{IW,, it to o the United

1 1j',4 Miss Register on Saturday tendants. Mrs. S, L. Peek Jr., UDC. was held at the HolidayInn were hosts at a Christmas din '- ,v. slates It Is ano.

I night. mother of the 'honoree, Mrs. L. on Wednesday, Dec. 4, ner party Tuesday night at '. .' ther: flower that
.... Poinsettlas' ':were used to and Mrs Howard A, The T-snaped table was covered home Mimosa Drive f,
A. their on ":
,. Canova. and out-of-town .,.. oily: has l' e dr
j highlight points. of Interest In guests Coleman announce the engage- with a gold banquet cloth for members of the Florida "p. .
: Mrs. C. W. Walters Sr. ,leaves, rat petnU.
i ..., the party rooms for the occas of Dublin. Ga., grandmother of ment of their daughter, Sandra, and centering the ''head table North Central Optometric Association ,\ surrounding!

A ion. The refreshment table the bride. Mrs. Cora Marshman to Joseph Willard Crawford son was a miniature white Christmas and their wives. the tiny: flowers
was covered with a lace cloth of Keystone 'of Mrs Gentle E, Murphey: of tree. Placed at intervals
Heights, aunt of the It will IroIn garden In the
,. and centered with a Christ- Starke and H. W. Crawford of were candelabras holding burning The holiday motif was used
groom Mrs. L. P. ,
Yancey of South and reaches heights' of
,, .'. ,, "' ..-/ mas centerpiece This was Atlanta. Ga. cousin\ of the Lawtey red tapers, and a garlandof In. decorating and the buffet two to ten feel
flanked by' silver candle hold- bride. Mrs. O. C. Alderman of Miss Coleman and her fiance holly extended the length of dinner table was centered with a 1I1 U aswcUted with:) Christmas
ers with red tapers Mrs Hal Baltimore. are 1966 graduates of Bradford the tables. At each place setting German Christmas centerpiece
Md.. aunt of the mainly because cf its red andrreen
: : Alexander presided at the silver High School Mr Crawford Is of the 24 members were occasion.
rJ4 groom. Mrs Jim Otto of Largo ; coloring, and scms say its
coffee service and Mrs. and Mrr now employed with the Medical miniature Christmas trees and
Levy Canova Jr. of a replica c' tu: star cf Bethlehem -
Neel poured punch. Department at the Receptionand place cards with a Christmas
,T.T>v Two games were played dur- Medical Center In Lake greeting which each member was program chairman. The
hostesses presented the I 1.1 ho I Christ! child.
dng the evening and prizes Butler. read. chapter was led In singing .
h!="" ir'.e with' !a at..s cake stand Order > o "r polnstU( for
Walters Mr. Canova Exchange were awarded to Mrs. Bob e.a a m>mento of the occasion. Plans for the wedding will be The president, Mrs. L, O. Christmas carols by :Mrs Lex ( hrixliii.it niiu or Fend one
Nobles and. :Miss Carol Sear- announced at a later date.oLIo Powell presided at the luncheon Green Mrs L. T Crews read t to .1 friend, or a loved one. We

Vows In First Baptist Ceremony Ing. i.1< ; and Mrs. W II. Nollmai\ an original Christmas greeting tare in.iii Ixuutlful C'lirUtmas
The hostesses presented the St. Mark's Women
honcree with silver casserole >..Io>.. >..r_......,_."....-.. --.. ---- ---- --- -- .llouera. und decorations
Characterized by dignity and es and empire bodices encircled Meet At Home f '>f S
beauty, the marriage of Miss with matching reembroidered dish as'' a remembrance of

Milbry Deanne Walters and lace, terminating Into back the occasion. Of Mrs. Grider
solemn 'bows of willow green The A- Thirty-five guests were :Invited
David E, Canova was r
ized at 7:30: Friday evening line skirls featured back panel to call between 7:30: and Mrs Kenneth Grider enter- DENMARK

November 29 at the First Baptist effects. Willow green double 10 o'clock.Miss tained members of St. Mark's Nome-Bound Gifts
Church The pastor Rev. bows of Karabe held their Episcopal Auxiliary at their

W. A. Hogan, readthe marriagtvows. brief blush veils. Their flowers Register was honored regular meeting Monday nightat
were causal hand bouquets of with a miscellaneous showerat lier- home In Green Acres SUGGESTS

The bride Is the daughter of bronze and yellow pompom the home of Mrs H. A. Mrs. Herbert Thomas gave _
Mr. and Mrs Sinclair Llewellyn chrysanthemums: with gold velvet Lawson Monday evening. the devotional' Rev. J. T. l
Mrmmors. Guests were greeted at the Staab told of Ms
Peek Jr. of Starke. The Broom'sparents ministry to
Miss Lisa Patten of Tallahassee door by Mrs. Lawson and presented -
are Mrs. Levy A. the State Prison Farm, and!
Canova. and the late Mr. Can- coiuin of the groom was to the honoree, her discussed the rehabilitation -
the flower gh l. Her long gown mother, Mrs. Betty Register,
ova, also of Starke. program used In the educa
The ceremony was against a was of willow green brocaded Mrs Luther Jackson. the tional department for the inmates For The For The
background of fern trees and !satin made like those of the prospective! bridegroom's sister ,

potted ferns with a garland of .brld(! malr1.J.: U'lmmt'dVith,willow and the bride-elect's Mrs. W E. Carter discussed DINING ROOM BEDROOM

smilax in front of the choir loft, preen velvet: ribbon. A bow grandmothers Mrs. Freeman plans for the Children's I
flanked by three pairs of can of tho came! ribbon was attached Register and Mrs C. T. Wade. Christmas party.
to nor short veil. Each was presented with a Mrs.
delabra and yellow and white Grider appointed! Mrs '
pompom chrysanthemum trees. Mr. and Mri Peek entertained corsage. Carter Mrs George Winkler, I Beautiful Dining: Room Suites IlEDROOM; SUITES ., ,

After the benediction, the ,\ with n receptlw at the Inviting guests Into the gift !Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar and DANISH MODERN, ,r -tr:
couple lighted a single candle, S'arko' Woman's Club following room were Mrs. R. O. Dansby Mrs. J. W Kineald as captainsto Large\ Selection In Stock .fry" '\11"-...,. ,
S, L, and Mrs. Jack Underhill Mrs.J "-\ .wtt.\. i II i iII
signifying the union of their the wccTdin Mrs Peek head the selling of ads for SPANISH, ITALIAN, :" l"
lives Sr., grandmother of the bride 0. Gay Mr. T. C. HazenJr. the Bradford County Fair CHOOSE FROM !II. : :t; : .

Mrs as Randal one. Chitty, soloist t, greeted
and Mrs. Charles E, Francis!, presentations.' ( Receiving with In carina for the guests. the Women of the Episcopal: ''i I k. .j ., r
organist gave a program of the hosts were Mrs Levy A. Pouring punch were Mrs. Ma Church Mrs. 0, L, BeaMey l PROVINCIAL, ITALIAN \i!: '... *rtM EARLYAMERICAN ?i:ltt-J.: >

music. Canovn, mother of the groom rio Sicmer and Mrs P. T. and Mrs\ Charles Futch \,\
nuptial wero EARLY AMERICAN ;m
Jtolta.! ,
nnd (he bride and
groom appointed
Levy A, Canova Jr. of Jack. social chairmen!
sonville served his brother as Mrs. Peek wore a costume The :serving! table fn the dining During the social hour re- AND DANISH ..'J ; :: .. Pecan Walnut White
tho ,,spit of celery raw silk!} with a room was covered with a freshmen)3) f"E'-
were served
Ushers froma
best,groom's man., brother George were A. greens! cymbldlum co)'sage";:' "A.:-'WMR} ; 'cutw W.cHJrV nj; can bMftttfiniy appointed table MODERN' ., .... ,. ''WI Maple Oak Elc. ;m

Canova.The curt tefcrfrrpUierTerry ( *.rVanoya) was gowne&ln.! a skim. :. wiyi.an, >4 arrangement of centered with a Christmas arrangement -
Walters of Gainesville meT of gold: brocade satin with |.crfe4'i' Debtlllt](_ camellias Tin a of /gold and silver CHINA CABINET TABLE Also -
and Lynwood WaMcrs ot Enfield full 1 Length: coat. Her corsage \boi" ;balanced by 'silver Other CJirUfmas decoration AND 6 CHAIRS

N, C.. George Pattim. cousin was a gold cymbidlum! crchid. hndle'holders with 'white were used throughout tlao MATTRESSES BOXSPRINGS -_.,
Green tern trees yellow and'II'to candles Decorated cake
of I tile groom aiul Burgo home.
Searing both of Tallahassee.The < powyoai: chrysanthemums squares carried out the pink: ODD DRESSERS -. CHESTS ,- J
and yellow/ and bronze and white color scheme
bride entered with her BEDS
father by whom she was given chrysanthemum: arrangements:; : The hostesses' presented the Circle 2 WSCS FROM $29995
were visM' to decorate the club honoree with a CorD
; gware
In marriage Her !wedding gown Has Yule PartyCircle
sheathof bOI1 a.I: Serv'ng' toNes w'c'-a coercc -> roaster asja memento of the For The
formal, full length
was a
v.itiTMt: r.tI'1: : eTcKauwifr : occasion.* y ,
peau d'ange satin. fashioned 2 of the First Method-
while: : ornna.: :; : '":1 i-s'U'-o', '. An 'out-of-town guest was LIVING ROOM
with an empire bodice encirc f tat WSCS had a Christmas party
tiered' wodrffnr- rake -?;:a *.5rp2: Mrs. John Pierce of Alexan For The
led with re-embroidered Venice at their regular
by a whiro ":'chid: : pn.ntos> dria. Va., a cusin of the prospcctlve .
lace over English net accented Tueusday afternoon at the
with pearl trim bateau neckline! ed with roses and lilies' of tho bridegroom home of Mrs. W. H, Nollman. BREAKFAST ROOM GET YOUR LIVING .
valley Mrs. George A, Canova T1 "J'* :
and calla lilly sleeves enchan- Christmas deCI>\'atlons'erl) ::4?
sister-in-law of the (groom, andMrs. ROOM: READY +d i} :
ced with a scrolled lace pattern: used for the occasion, includinga : !

with pearl A bouffant chapel. bride\ ,Roy cut the Ward cake, aunt of' the WCTU Meeting lighted! Christmas tree Mr. DINETTE SUITES FOR THE HOLIDAYS ... '.. ",. .l>
train of peau d'ange satin flowed Held In Church Nollman dressed 33 Santa(:
Miss Janet Hardy kept the
from a matching bow. A Claus passed out
: "exchangegifts" : *
bride'3 book at :table which Living Room Suites
5 PC. Suites
satin pill box secured her full featured n lighted anniversary Members of i"tJ1 local WCTU to the members.The .
length mantilla of Imported net candle decorated held their regular business tea table was coverers *
with liliesof.thevalley. Sofa Sleepers
7 PC. Suites
bordered with wide scalloped meeting In the library of the with an imported cloth and
Venlcse lace She carried: a bouquet centered with a a'lver lazy .
Serving were Mss\ Lee First Methodist Church and su- *
Sofa Beds Rcclincrs i
] of white stephanotis and Mrs Bob Nobles, Mrs. Randy plans were made for reaching san encircled with holly and 9 PC. Suites

l small white pompoms centered Johns Mss! Jane the young people of the com redbsrries. This was flanked by
with a white orchid. Her only Ward and silver candle holders 3 Lounge Chairs i
munity.: The next with red z' -
Susan Wiggins. meeting will ALL STYLES ;. ,
ornament was a diamond pend be held tapers) Mrs. L. J. Gr"(M> pro-
; ant gift of the groom. with After their spending, Mr.some time on January 29. sided at the. silver mfc ser AND COLORS i Occasional Tables I
guestj and Mrs.
: Mrs. Terry Walters of Gainesville vice
Canova left for their
sister-in-law of the wedding *
: bride, was her matron of 'honor trip The bride traveled in a JonesHenleyPatricia Garden Club a FROM Lamps o
costume suit of Navy- blue. The
i and :Miss Katharine Peek.
sister of the bride, was her A-line skimmer was topped witha Jones and Calvin E. To Meet MondayThe to Wide Range of Styles, Colors andPrIces
full length coat trimmed with $4995 $11995| |
; maid of honor. Bridesmaids In. Henley Jr.-were united In marriage -
bone( leather. With Starko Garden To Suit Your
: eluded Mrs Jimmy Brummett this she on Friday Dec. 6, la : Club will Budget a
: and Miss Dolly Jo Dingman of wore matching accessories and Eastman Ga. meet Monday, Dec. 16!. at 7:30:
an orchid from !her p.m. at the home of
wedding Mrs A.
Jacksonville Miss Phyllis Haddock
i bouquet.The Russell Norman ... For B
of Starke and Miss Klara --- Members are Lasting
I Lehoczky of Chipley. couple will reside at King the (groom' Is a computer pro reminded to bring their! dish li;
i :sley Lake The bride is a seniorat grammer at the Florida Farm garden which will be presented Pleasure '
1 They wore long gowns of willow -
i green Karabe, designed the University of Florida in Bureau Insurance Co. in GainDuring to the Nursing Home

with scooped necks brief sleev the College of Education and tn'11le.Iw i Homemaker, Career Girl or Bachelor Your Small Appliance Gift A

will do so much to lighten their kitchen chores and serve as a lasting

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--- umu uu-- Mrs. O. E. McGauley and Freeman Register OT, land of ResISter, Oa.. Lee w- r
Mrs. Carl Motes and of Pa. from Its Rountxee
son who( has been transferred Louis Yancey ol f
latka were Sunday visitors of Fort Polk La. to Fort Leonard Mr. and Jf1'.s. and Mrs. I
I Mr. and Mrs Charles Hardy. Wood Mo. will be home for the Atlanta. Ga.; Mr. family
and }
/ Canova Jr.
LP esfi o/tm/ now George H. Stevenson: and holidays.Mr. Levy and A. Mrs. Milton Dill and >
I Scott of Atlanta, Ga. were and Mrs. George W. Mr. Brummett of Jackson. ){
-- Sunday evening visitors of Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williams announced the following Brown visited Miss Rose Heller Jimmy and Mrs. Jim Otto J
and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. births: the week- ville; Mr
of Athens Ga. announce the in Clearwater over Mrs. Cora
Barbara Godwin celebrated YN-2 Donald W. Thornton Mrs. O. A. Gay and Mrs. N. Mr. of St. Petersburg; ,
Bridal ShowersFor birth of a daughter./ Wendy and Mrs. John William Heights:
Monday who' was home on 15 day leave end.Among Marshburn! of Keystone \
her tenth birthday P. of Park visited
Rogers Orange
Lelffh. on Dec. 1. Paternal DukesStarke. a daughter the students arriving of Balti
Miss Bates afternoon with a neighborhoodparty. left Tuesday for his home basein their mother, Mrs J R. Saimdra Mrs. 0 C. Alderman
grandparents are Mr. and Lynne. Dec. 6. home from college this week Md. Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Norfolk Va. Parrlsh In Brooker lost Friday. Mrs. Mack L. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Don !Massen end for the holidays are Larry more : Jane Ward and
Adams Miss
BrideelectThe Mr. and :Mrs. Herbert T.hom-: Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hal and Greg Goldwire of Toledo gale. Earleton Beach it Williams Bobble Sue Barks- Ward. Lake City Mr.
of ;
as and Mr. and Mrs. James Me- celebrated their 15th wedding Ohio visiting their Darby Peek
( are Bradford County Hospital daughter Dec. 10. dale Bonnie Graudon and Gary E. Chesser and
Community Club Houseat spent the anniversary Saturday with a and Mrs.
Neely of Lake City grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton of FSU. and Joyce(
the State Prison was the weekend at their camp In the family dinner party at their Gilbert Goldwlre for several --- College Dennis Chesser of Salt Springs;
Twelve Mrs. Frank Weaver of Willis- Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk Denmark from LaGrange James Martin of Talttas-
setting for a bridal shower( Scrub home on Bedford Lake. weeks. Their parents Mr. and Mrs.
ton spent the weekend with Mr. have had as visitors Lt. Col. ,.Ga.Robert. Mr. and Mrs. Perman
the occasion see;
last Friday evening In honorof Miss Frances Ford daughter guests enjoyed Mrs. Ray Goldwire, will join
Miss Barbara J. Bates of Mr. and Mrs. H J. Watersof Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Crawford them for the holidays. and Mrs. W T. Jackson. John R. Paulk of McDlll Field J. Griffin of San Jose, Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Marvin ,
bride-elect of December 28. Tallahassee former Starke were in Orlando on business Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stern Mrs. Hazel Rltch. Mrs. Pearl Mrs. Jeff Paulk of Plerson. Ga., Calif. Is visiting his brotherinlaw Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. :
residents, was crowned SheafQuren from Sunday to Tuesday. visited Mr. and Mrs. BlanchardLaw Edwards, and Mrs. Millard Mrs. Jeffrey Wiley and son of and sister, Mr. and :Mrs. C. Green Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Allan :
The receiving line composea at Alabama Christian Mrs. E. K. Perryman returned Judd and daughter Suzanne, Valdosta, Mr. and Mrs. Brooks S. Haddock, for several days. Canova and son. Richard, Dr. '
In Jacksonville last Thurs
of Mrs. Jim Reddish, Mrs. H. College in Montgomery Ala. Friday after two weeks' visit were in Valdosta on Sunday visiting Paulk of Lake City and Mr. and Out-of-town guests attendingthe and Mrs. G. B. Killinger. and
O. Bates in. mother( of the day.Airman Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Herndon Mrs. Edison Paulk of White. Judy Weseman of Gainesville .
The Sheaf is the College year with Mr. and Mrs. E. K Perryman Steve Tllley of Lack Walter-Canova wedding on Miss
bride-elect, Miss Bates and book. Miss Ford and two run- Jr. and family In Betl.lehcnr land AFB. Texas Is home on and family.] head. Dave Paulk returned last Nov. 29 included: Mr. and Mrs.C. : Rev. and Mrs. L. D. .
Mrs. James E. Hodge, of had :Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Gl11ln,- Wednesday after seven weeksin of Altamonte( Springs: .-'
schoolin Halnes
their .
ners-up represented Pa. Mrs. Perryman 24 day leave after which he will W. Walters Sr. of Dublin,
Jacksonville, sister of the the annual Christmas parade as weekend visitors! Mr. and go to the Air Force Academyat ham of Jacksonville were Sunday the Gainesville Medical Center Ga,., Mrs Verne Argo of Amer- Miss! Marilyn Hernwall of Wash
bride-elect, stood In front of visitors of Mi' and Mrs. where he underwent surgery D. C. and Mrs KateSheppard I
lii Montgomery on Saturday. Mrs. Comer Ferryman of Jack Colorado Springs, Colo. icus. Oa., Misses Eliza and ington :
mantle banked
the which
was Guy Sale. ,
Miss Donna. Faxon of Gainesville sonville. Bertie Holland and H. L. Hole of Brunswick. Ga.
with magnolia leaves and red
was visiting her aunt
candles and centered with a
seasonal t lA urtuigementy .; .,-.. day.Mrs. Vcrgle Flynn on Satur

IJTt..bfcw SayW fGaines- :Miss: Brenda Williams spent '
ville y'finer'Mia, ,JiTpin;' Jrmm of the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. I
Jacksonville kept'the tirlde'a' Sidney Geiger! and Mr. and T Come See Your Next Car'

book at a table overlaid witha MM. Bob Miller" : in Ocala.' : ire 0
outwork cloth and graced by Attending the UDC reception
a bride doll.Seasonal at the home of Mr. and Mrs. o ...ed
William O. Kearns in Jacksonville j
arrangements were \ on Sunday afternoon hon. "
used throughout the party o ing Mis. Thomas W. Lester IriUti I !
room. The stage was decorated State President were: Mrs. L. I
with magnolia leaves G. Powell. Miss Madge Middlptori. -

and poinsettias. : Mrs. Lester Crews Mrs. The
The punch table was covered
with a red cloth trimmed In .It..s. S. L. Peek Sr., Mrs. C h r I

crystal lace, underlaid punch bowl In was whit placed. A J.toy.W.Mrs.Klncaid Walla Mrs.Lipsey O. L. Beas-and Y s e r J 4

at one end and a silver coffee Mrs. J. H. Fields. Ie t
service at the other. Centeringthe Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris / ,,
table was a silver candelabra find: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman'
with red tapers decorated .,r Jacksonville were Sunday
with red and white carnations '.1
colors. the Silver bride's trays chosen held 'fl'!Women's. members of Sunday the Methoi'ist School! A 1969 Newport Is Yours For Just A Few Dollars A :

dainty white cake decorated -hi-i hue! a dinner! party at the '10
in red and squares green. Pirate' Give in Gainesville on Month More Than The Most Popular Smaller Cars. Now '

Filcuiy: night honeying Mrs.J. .

Gilhooly Hostesses Mrs.were J. T.Mrs.Richardson Mike. ..Butch'in :Miller Faulkner on her, seven birthday.year You Can Afford Full Chrysler Luxury And Size. So i

Ifrs. Elbert Nettles. Mrs. .1J .-o-.i of :Mr. and Mrs J. H.VaulkniT. ,
Ed Pflester. Mrs. Edgar Beas- returned home Sim- WHY SETTLE FOR LESS?

ley, Mrs. Jim Reddish. Mrs. day from the Gainesville Medical
Bryan Erwin. Mrs. Fred Hals- 1 Center where he underwenteye

lap Jimmie Mrs- Robert Bowen, Taylor Mrs. R.Mrs.P. surgery.!! shot In Butch the eye was with accliirntally an- Priced For The Man On His Way Up!

McLendon, Mrs. Pete Luke, .IITOW a week ago. He will un-
and Mrs. Wyman Harris ttvreo( further eve: surgery ini \

The hostesses presented the ;i work in an effort to regain! : Ou\-1\'aded\ i

honoree with a silver tray and JIb ,.sight.Mr. .
an orchid corsage as a mem- :: and Mrs Smith DeVoe e
ento of the occasion. Orchid united: their son Sp-4 Denton NEWPORT 2-DOOR HARDTOP O\
corsages were also presentedto IX-Voe In the Martin Army '11\\\\\\

Mrs. Bates and Mrs. Hospital. at Fort Bern: ng. Ga.uvel 'tJ e ,
weekend. Denton
Hodge. evacuated< the to the hospital was recently ..eoeo.. ..................... 'It Bank Rate Financing ,

:Mrs Vernon Peacock of : to recover from wounds
Jacksonville was an out-of- received: In Vietnam. While sere 50,000
town guest. "Ing with the 1st Air Corp' Dlv- Miles or 5-Year

son, the helicopter on which he See The Plymouth Line
Seventy-five to call guests during were the appointed Invited operated as machine gunman Today WERE TRADING Warranty ,
involved in action
wa enemy ,
I' f
hours. and shot down. During tlhs ace if'' Instant Appraiaals.And
lion he received multiple fractures HIGH
Miss Bates honored
to the leg.
with! a miscellaneous .shower FinancingLET'S
Mrs. Dan Harris of Jacksonville
Wednesday evening of last Make The Best Deal
: wan Sunday and Mondayguest THE
week at St Edward's Parish
of Mrs.\ W, B. :Muncly.!
Hall.Hostesses Sirs Lloyd H. Lewis of Wllninton. MOMENT On Your Present Car
were Mrs. Robbie : Dela. was Monday
Shaller. Mrs. Michael Gilho o\rrnlit! guest of Col. and FRANKNESS
oly Airs Peter Pfle hlnqter! !Mr' *. T. T. Long while enrouteto IS NOW
:Mrs. Paul Meng, Mrs. FrancesMeng. Hillsborough Beach. HERE! _
: Mrs.
Joseph A. Cissy, :Mr.: owl\ Mrs[ !! L C. Adams
:Mrs. Randall Chhm and Mrs. had tinier at the Tlmuquana

Richard Richards. Country Club\ Wednesday[ night! 1
As'lstlngr Mrs. Shaper floor Mr Ail.inu 1
on blrthctav.
'hostess was Mrs. Gilhooly LI. and. Mr*. John II. Pierce! Frankly. ff 1n'' tTERMSI! PRICES Iwe're !
who greeted guests at the door( and daughters of Alcxamhla. SAfE1\'CHEeItEDI! LOWEST
and presented them to
the recdvmg Va. lire! spending! iv work '\'t!:I 1
: : line composed of the Mr. and MVN: Net! Ci'awfuid and
honoree her mother, Mrs. H. relathcs: while enroute: to the out t1 sack-"t 1 1 g a 1
Ogden Bates III and Mrs. Naval Post Graduate School inMonterey.
James E. Hodge of Jacksonville
Calif. A family
reunion -
sister of the bride. was held at the NellCrawfol'd ofPLYWIOUTHS 0I
:Mrs. PflesMnser and Mrs. home on Sunday hone to sell lots
Chism were in charge of the wing the Pierce family, with 43
gilt table which was centered
by a bride doll. Mrs. Paul I 1966 Chrysler
Meng. :Mrs Francis! Menar. ::VII'. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson 1966 Rambler
Mrs Cissy and Mrs. Richards and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawson C
4 Door
alternated In serving punch wore in Lakeland and Auburn- Loaded Xewyorker: Station Wagon V.S .
and refreshments.Mrs. dale: on Sunday visiting rela \ including AutomaticPower
Air Conditioning Steerinsr '
Bob Ferguson kept the lives MAKE Brakes
Windows & .
guest book and a silver bud Capt. and Mrs. Smith DeVoe Seats Air Conditioning/ '
Jr. and family Radio and Heater.
vase holding pink carnationswas spent Thanksgiving -
the focal point on this! ( week with Mr. and Mrs. '_ A DEAL Extra Clean.
table.At DeVoe Sr while enroute to Fort Only $2195.00

one end of the refreshment Gordon, Ga. Capt. DeVoe has TODAY! Only $1595.00
table covered with a completed the career course for
floor length organdy cloth .signal officers at Fort !Monmouth -
N. J. and will be instructor
over pink satin
was a large 1967 Ford
crystal punch bowl for newly commissioned
surrounded w"
signal officers at Fort Cor- 1966
ivy, white and Dink dun.l 4 Door Sedan V-8 Mustang Cpe.
pompom and pink
Silver trays held miniature Mrs. Gladys Weldon: was a Automatic Power 6 Cylinder Standard
Pink and white dainty! weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs.J. Steering Air Condit'ionlng
and compotes held cakes party R. Weldon In Jacksonville Radio & Heater Shift Radio & Heater

mints and nuts. At the other Economy: Special
end of the tahii was a flve- SERVICE SCHEDULE

branch with ivv and candelabra pink carnatbns entwined CATHOLIC CHURCHES Only $1995.00 Only $1295.00

and holding pink lighted tap. !ST. EDWARD'S. Starke;
era.!! Sunday Mass 9:13 a. m.
The hostesses presented the Thursday :Main 6:30: / p. m.
honoree with a silver tidbit :Miraculous Medal Novena 1964 Pontiac

tray as a memento of the oc Saturday 7 p. m 1968 Buick
casion!, and alol o gave corsages Confession; 5 p. m., 7 p. m. et Bonnevllle 4 Door H.T.
to :Miss ST. WILLIAM'S.
Bates her Automatic Power
mother _
and sister. Keystone llJlghU! : Steering' & Brakes Sport Coupe Auto.
FiftY-seven Sunday :.Masv !9 a. m. matte Heater and Tu-
Air .
wests! Conditioning'
were In-
vlled to call Wednesday :Mass and Novena Tone only 9,000 Miles
between the hours Radio and Heater.
of eight, and H p, m. FURY III 2-DOOR HARDTOP
nine-thirty, ST. MARY'S Macclenny:

HOSPITAL AD.MIiiblU.NS= Sunday :Mat11:30: a.m., The Closer You Get The Better It Looks! Only $1195.00 Only! $1995.00

Local admittances to Bradford .
County Hospital this week
include: Mrs. Betty M. Hayesof Published every Thursdayat
Hampton; Otis Hodge. Mrs. 138 W. Call St.,
Matilda Clark and Louis W. BUrk. FU. 82091
Mann of Lake Butler; Joseph STARKE CHRYSLER
Second elm PLYMOUTHu.
R. Richard of Raiford; ThomasH. pottage paid -
LeFevers of Graham; and at Starke Flav
Mrs. Wilma R. Peeples. Mrs. Subscription Rates:

Ora Nell Underhill Terry A. In trade are: I4.0O per

McCarthy Oliver L. ,Underhill Mrs. Linda Mrs.Lawson.Doris year; $2.25: six montoa. S. 301 NORTH NEXT TO BALDWIN CHEVROLET-OLDS PHONE 964-660o

L. Nipper Albert Dumalne D. Outside trade area: 94X0
I. Knight James Nettles, Mrs. per year; I2.BO air montM We Are Out To Make December Our Biggest Month
: Help Us And We'll
Daisy!: M. Thomas James W, E. L. :Matthews editor and Sure Help You
Todd and Mrs. Mary Burton
all of Starke.

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Given Beta Sigma Phi Christmas Supper BASKET DINNER

Of Interest To. For AttendantsOf Holds There will be a basket din-
Annual Planned At
.. ner at Leon Conner's at Cros-

Miss Walters Christmas PartyAnnual St. EdwardsA by Lake on Sunday! Dec. 13 In
of Lawton Connor's
WOMEN Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr., Mrs. birthday. Relatives and
Christmas party of Christmas covered!!' dish
Randy Johns Mrs. Robert Nobles friends Invited
are to attend.
and Mrs. Charles Darby. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority was supper I 1st planned Sunday
!held Monday night at the Dec. 13. at 5:30: p.m. at St
were at a delIghtful
Gladys Mooty: Phone 964-7608 bridesmaids luncheon Friday home of Mrs. Robert Barks. Edward's Church.

-. .. Nov. 29, at the Garden Restau- dale. There will! be a visit from aU ahoulJltJUl
Gifts were exchanged by the'
; Miss Register; rant honoring Miss: Dee Walters. .r Santa Claus for the children
members as Is the custom of
i ; ,.. J Guests. were seated at a T- the and the group will sing carols. fb
ComplimentedAt sorority: each Christmas.The ,
:shaped table In the Pecan Room
1 refreshment table was Father Griffin will show
where the head table held
..1 Two ShowersMiss overlaid with a beige cloth and some of .his color slides taken
4 arrangement of yellow and
bronze 4 was decorated with a Christmas during missionary! work Jn BYNANCY'S
chrysanthemums. At the
Betty Ann Register, i :! centerpiece. Sierra Leone
West Africa FLOWERS
end of the
,j! whose marriage to Larry long table was a Mrs. Townsend Stricklandpresided
.J' Crawford will be an event of bridesmaids cake to which was I at the punch bowl.! All parlshoners and their Tim CHRISTMAS:
'j attached green satin ribbons) friends
:. Dec 27, was complimentedwith I arer welcome. POINSETTIA
tied with charms, each wrapped The lovely Christmas! palnset-:
In the past
f f'f'I' t'' two showers In white UDC Luncheon .
g net which were f t tIc( l11e from Mexico, and receivd
9ij week
given to the bridal attendants. [ Whiffen Home Its name tom Dr. Joel
( Mrs. Don Neel, Miss Susan At Holiday Inn .
Place cards
for the 24 guests
and Mrs. One Wiggins i -.! Poinsett of
Wiggins were decorated with Hlles-of Coleman-Crawford Scene Dinner 1 ,
Charleston. S. C
gave a bridal shower at The annual Christmas luncheon

the home of the latter for the-valley Guests Included and green the bows.bridal at- J Engagement i ToldMr. of W. T. Weeks chapter, Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Whiffen I..'" {"w j it h to o the Introduced United
Miss Register on Saturday UDC was held at the Holiday '
t tendants, Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr., were hosts at a Christmas din \r States It is ano.f. .
night. Inn on Wednesday Dec. 4. f
mother of the honoree, Mrs. L. ner party Tuesday night at they: flower that
Poinsettias were used to and Mrs Howard A.
; : A. their home on Mimosa Drive '
Canova and
out-of-town covered R"; ', oily: has red
highlight points. of Interest in guests: Mrs C. W Walters' Coleman announce the engage- for members of the FloridaNorth ,I' '*
:\ 'l leaves! not pet
)'I. ;J the party rooms for the occas of Dublin, Ga., grandmother of ment of their daughter, Sandra, and centering the 'head table Central Optometric Association r 'rt* <'n15, surroundingthe

{. \ ion. The ,refreshment table. the bride, Mrs. Cora Marshmanof to Joseph Wlllard Crawford, son was a miniature white Christmas and their\ wives. tiny: flowers
JltrAt was covered with a lace cloth 'of Mrs. GerUe E. Murphey: of tree. Placed at intervalswere
Keystone Heights, aunt of the It will In Hardens In the
:r : : itrow
1". and centered with a Christ- Starke and H, W. Crawford of candelabras !holding burning The holiday motif was used
groom Mrs. L. P. Yancey of Snuth. and reaches heights of
., "" centerpiece. This was Lawtey. red tapers, and a garlandof In
.> -# ,pJ mas Atlanta, Ga., cousin of the decorating and the buffet two la ten feet
flanked by \silver candle holders bride. Miss Coleman. and t ... ,1IIIIlt Mrs. O. C Alderman of It I Is associated wits: Christmas
with red tapers. Mrs Hal Baltimore 1966 graduates of Bradford the tables. At each place set German Christmas centerpiece
aunt of the mainly because: of its red and
.; Alexander presided at the silver High School. Mr. Crawford Is ting of the 24 1 members were occasion.
t M groom Mrs. Jim Otto of Largo preen; coloring, and scms say it
coffee service and Mrs. now employed with the Medical miniature Christmas trees and
and Mr, Levy Canova Jr. ofJn"k'onville is rt replica! c' the: star cf B;th
Department at the Receptionand place cards with a Christmas
I Neel poured punch. -- -
<: : 1 lehcm that: : guided:: the shepherds
Two games were played dur The Medical Center In Lake greeting which each member was program chairman. The
hostesses presented theh t tj I the Christ! clilld.
Butler read. chapter was led in singing
the evening and prizes ;
ing (':"'->rre( with' 1171.<""< cake stand Order >' o u r poing ttla fort
were awarded to Mrs Bob Plans for the wedding will be The president, !Mrs. L. O. Christmas carols by :Mrs Lex ,
r 3 .
a memento of the occasion. hri'tmas nun or send
Mr. Canova
Miss Walters, Exchange Nobles and, Miss Carol Sear- announced at a later date Powell presided at the lunch Green. Mrs L. T. Crews readan one
Is f.'lrrd
:a I or n loved We
Vows In First Ing. ij> eon and Mrs. W IT. Nollman. original Christmas greeting
Baptist Ceremony h.m many beautiful Christmas.
The hostesses presented the St Mark's Women ,

encircled honcree with a -silver casser- ....,_PIPII_ >-I_,....,- _.....,_....,--. _.. .,_.. _._ __.. _.. .u_ .. Hun era and cleconitions.
Characterized by dignity and es and empire bodices Meet At Home 'f l fS
beauty, the marriage of Miss with matching re-embrolder- ole dish as' a remembrance' of

Milbry Deanne Walters and cd! lace terminating Into back: the occasion. Of Mrs. Grider r ,

David E. Canova, was solemnized bows of willow green The A- Thirty-five guests were Invited
evening, line skirts featured back panel to call between 7:30: and Mrs. Kenneth Gilder
,! at 7:30: Friday entertained DENMARK
November 29 at the First! Baptist effects. Willow green double 10 o'clock. members of St. Mark's Home _Bound Gifts

Church. The pastor, Rev. bows of Karabe held their Episcopal Auxiliary at their

W. A, Hogan, readthe marrlagt brief, blush veils. Their flowers Miss Register was honored regular meeting Monday nightat
were causal hand bouquets of with a miscellaneous shower her home In Green Acres SUGGESTS

vows.The bride Is the daughter of bronze and yellow pompom at the home of Mrs. H. A. Mrs. Herbert Thomas gavfl
with: gold velvet Lawson Monday evening. l+ rs1
Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Llewellyn chrysanthemums the devotional Rev. J. T. *_
streamers Guests were greeted at the Staab told of his
Peek Jr. of Starke. The gl'OOm'sparents ministry to
are Mrs Levy A. Miss LLsa Patten of Tallahassee door by Mrs. Lawson and presented the State Prison Farm and

Canova, and the late Mr. Can coiwiii of the groom, was to the honoree, her discussed the rehabilitation
also of Starke. the flower girl! Her Ions gown mother, Mrs. Betty Register, program used In the educational
ova Mrs. Luther Jackson, the For The For The
The ceremony was against a was of willow green brocaded department for the in
background of fern trees and satin, made like those of the prospective bridegroom's sis mates

potted ferns, with a garland of .bridesmaids, trimmed with willow ter and the bride-elect's Mrs. W E, Carter discussed DINING BOOM BEDROOM

snillax In front of the choir loft, :preen:!! velvet ribbon. A bow grandmothers Mrs. Freeman Plans for the Children's
flanked by three pairs of can of the came ribbon was attached Register and Mrs C. T, Wade. Christmas party

delabra and yellow and white to her short veil. Each was presented with a Mrs. Grider apponted! Mrs,
I chrysanthemum trees. Mr. (end Mr, Peek entertained corsage. Carter, Mrs George Winkler, Beautiful Dining Room Suites
pompom with n reception at the Inviting guests into the gift !Mrs. Clyde r < J.:
benediction, the Terwlllegar and .
After the DANISH MODERN, ..
Stark'om:11's: Club followingthe room were Mrs. R. O. Dansby Mrs. J, W Kincaid Large Selection In Stock ...1'1.: ro":;,-, "'rillal.t ;
couple lighted a single candle, as captainsto tl I: I .M.S, -r '\
signifying! the union of their wcctdln! Mrs S, L. Peek and Mrs. Jack Underhill' Mrs.J. head the selling of ads for SPANISH; ITALIAN, :t, j\.i\ :;1 -,:\:;: ..':'j p
Sr., grandmother of the bride, O. Gay. Mrs: T. C, HazenJr. the Bradford County Fair CHOOSE FROM11\

lives MM.as Randal one. Chitty, soloist, greeted! guests and made the and Mrs. J. T, Lawson assisted grams, a project sponsored pro-by SPANISH I, FRENCHPROVINCIAL "I \ 11t\\ FRENCH PROVINCIAL d ,4: rot; a, .;>!> ?}i
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with : In caring for the guests. fp; = ? <;
Receiving the frtf
Charles E. Francis, presentations. Women of the Epteconal .ti *
and Mrs. II" EARLYIAN ,
organist t. gave a program of the hosts were Mrs. Levy A. Pouring punch were Mrs. Ma Church. Mrs. O. L. BeaMry ITAL : t. ,'i't: i

nuptial music. Canovn, mother of the groom, rio Noltn. Sicmer and Mrs P. T, and Mrs. Charles Futch wero EARLY AMERI I!\ AMERICAN

Levy A. Canova Jr. of Jack- and the bride and groom appointed social chairmen

sonville served his brother as Mrs Pock wore a costume The serving table In the din- During the social hour re CAN AND DANISH '- ; .. Pecan Walnut White
.suit of celery raw silk with a Ing room was covered with a freshments .
Ushers Uio were served m
)best man. were ":' Mrs.-,VMlfe 'cutwflWcl'!h1'lnti|' froma .,.) r : Oak Etc.
..' crown's! brother, George A. green cymbldium col sage; centere b'.antfttfliy appointed table MODERN' Maple
( CanovalSherbtatni!) ,rt'q11t'1\ .nC" "noya was gowned a skimmer cJ..I.wlUi.an arrangem of centered with a Christmas arrangement
Terry Waiters of Gainesville of cold brocade satin with |ii* CebjtStfl camellias' a of gold and silver\ CHINA CABINET TABLE Also !

and Lynwood' Walters of Enfield full length; coat, Her corsage inver.bo\ \*, !,;?balanced by silver Other Christmas decoration: AND 6 CHAIRS

N, C.. George Patten, cousin was a EI II M I rymbldlum! orchid. candle Holders with 'white were, used throughout the MATTRESSES BOXSPRINGS --.,
Green fern trees, yellow and candles: Decorated cake i
!; of the groom and Bur go home.!!'
Searing both of Tallahassee.! v\rto! / 'row-join' ); : chrysanUiemmns squares carried out the pink ODD DRESSERS -- CHESTS --
trees' and yellow and bronze: and white color' scheme.
The brlJe entered with her Circle BEDS
The hostesses 2 WSCS FROM $29995
father by whom she was given chrysanthemum, : \ arrangements presented the
In marriage. Her wedding gown were,= asM to decorate the cub !honoree with a Corn 1gware Has Yule PartyCircle
house.! Serving taMes wc"a covered roaster !\Sr a memento of the For The
was a formal full length
wit;? "vMt. rain clots:: ; occasion! y
peau d'ange satin fashioned .out.ot.town 2 of the First Methodist
under white!: : orconia.: :: Tf"3:' thf"tlerci' -- An guest was LIVING ROOM
with an empire\ bodice encircled !Mrs. WSCS had a Christmas party
with re-embroidered Venice wedrfln.v. fake -MS: tarp 'J: John Pierce of Alexan at their For The
by, a whlre ,,:<:;hd[ (prrntos, ::> dria. Va., a cusln of the prospective regular meeting
lace over English net, accented Tueusday afternoon at the
with pearl' trim, bateau neckline! ed with roses and lilies of the bridegroom.tt home of Mrs W. H Nollman. BREAKFAST ROOM GET YOUR LIVING.

and calla lllly sleeves enchan. valley. Mrs George A, Canova vWCTU >- Christmas decorations were .[ ;;; I'

ced with a scrolled lace pattern Mrs sUter-ln-law Ward of the, groom, and used for the occasion Includinga ROOM: READY r dr 1'z ::.;:..r ,' ;m

with pearl A bouffant chapel Roy aunt of' the Meeting lighted Christmas tree, Mr. DINETTE SUITES ,id.
bride, cut the FOR THE HOLIDAYS
train of peau d'ange satin flowed Miss Janet cake.Hardy kept the Held In Church Nollman, dressed as: Santa I
from a matching bow. A Claus passed out
"exchangegifts" *
bride's book : Living Room Suites
table "
at which
a : r5 PC. Suites
her full to
satin pill box secured Memberof % l the members.The .
featured n lighted anniversary e local WCTtf
length mantilla! of Imported net tea table was covered
candle decorated held their regular business : *
with lllles-of- Sofa
r7 PC. Suites
bordered with wide scalloped the-valley meeting In the library of the with an imported cloth and
Venlcse lace. She carried! a bouquet centered with a slyer lazy
Serving were !Miss! Lee Darby, First Methodist Church, and susan i : Sofa Beds Recliners
} of white stephanotis, and Mrs Bob Nobles, Mrs. Randy plans were made for reaching encircled with holly and r9 PC. Suites '
.; small white centered redberrles. This
pompoms was flanked by
Johns Miss! Jano Ward and the young people of the com '
with a white orchid. Her only munity. The next silver candle holders 'with\ rrll l a Lounge Chairs
meeting will
Susan Wiggins ALL STYLES a t.
ornament was a diamond pendant be held tapers. Mrs. L. J Gr"fij presided ,

; gift of the groom. with After their spending guesta, Mr.some and Mrs.time on January 29. at the. silver mfce> = ser AND eoLOesti] f ... ..i-.7 Occasional Tables
: Mrs. Terry Walters of Gainesville vice.
Canova left for their
: sister-in-law of the trip. The bride traveled wedding in a Garden FROM :Lamps
JonesHenleyPatricia Club
: bride was her matron of honor
costume suit of Navy blue. The

I I sister, and of Miss the Katharine bride, was Peek her, A-llne skimmer was topped witha Jones and Calvin E. To Meet MondayThe to Wide Range of Styles Colors andPrices ptl

; maid! of honor. Bridesmaids Included full length coat trimmed! with Henley Jr.-were united In mar- $4995 $11995| | ,

I :Mrs Jimmy Brummettand bone leather. With this she riage on Friday, Dec. 6, la Starko Garden:! Club will To Suit Your Budget
wore matching! and meet Monday, Dec. 16,
Miss Dolly Jo Dingman of accessories Eastman, Ga. at 7:30:
an orchid from her wedding p.m. at the home of Mrs A.
Jacksonville, Miss Phyllis Haddock
j bouquet.The ----. Russell Norman. Members are For Lasting M
t of Starke and Miss Klara
Lehoczky of Chlpley. couple' will reside at Klng- the groom' is a computer programmer reminded to bring their dish __ ..

!i They wore long gowns of willow sley Lake. The bride is a seniorat at the Florida Farm gardens which will be presented Pleasure f

i green Karabe designed the University of Florida in Bureau Insurance Co in Gain to the Nursing Home

i with scooped necks brief sleev- the College of Education and esville.i !' Homemaker, Career Girl or Bachelor Your Small Appliance Gift I

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funds be expended only la the quent savings of tax dollars. r- ,
CUBE Head most efficient and expedient With effective support,guidance, I
manner. Consequently Congressman nnd assistance from the community *
Sets Goals Don Fuqua has been we can achieve a great (0 JV
consulted regarding projects of deal in a relatively short periodof .
other agencies and groups operating time.
(Continued From Page One; in the CUBB area. ;ThisIs At all times the communitywill c:>>.w.E ,S :
to avoid overlapping of projects ) be kept informed of CUBB THE
describe these areas densely and the wasted money. that projects and activities. Our : "Y'S
populated with poverty level goes along with It. programs are flexible. Any and )
residents. "In addition, It will be Impossible all advice criticisms, and suggestions .<1l
Their services are multi.! t> tolerate laziness or in regarding CUBB pro- l ISbn
faceted. They provide Informatlou efficiency anywhere In our organization grams will be welcomed by this
and referral to other local and when discovered: cffice." V
service organizations such as I am obligated to personally Respectfully submitted to N I E ) nor
social secuilty and welfare. recommend to our Board dismissal the citizens ol Bradford
They teach sewing and home of personnel Involved. County Va
management classes. "CUBB is presently Investigating Ronald W. Sage, \aJ i*
"They: often provide day oare : the necessity of tutorial Executive Director.Parade For m
services enabling mothers to programs and housing construction ", ." ([
work who would otherwise be ,ograma for the CUBB \ :A
Draws "
dependent on welfare funds. area Our summer "Head ; .
They have recently completed Start" program for the childrenof
plans for providing free legal Clay.and Bradford Counties is Record CrowdContinued : & : oJ
assistance programs; to the pooor. In the final stages of completingits \\'l
The accent of the Neighborhood recruiting drive, and X am : UP % ;;:: i.1in
Service Center program Is self optimistic: the program will be ( From Page One' of ,:
help. operational In the summer. prizes was given by the merchants
CUBB Is funded for the pres- "My ultimate objective Is a ST.'n't
ent year at approximately $210- reduction of federal spending in About: 30 vehicles took part In : FAT :.itcif
ODD I am determined that these the CUBB area and the conssSpecial tlio tarade described by most !I
who saw it as the best they can (
remember. Spectators lined the ( .
entire parade route, especially r
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Roy Burnham has expressed appreciation '

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prepare fr It. Burnham .
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A. Yawn. County Judge r .....'. Cost Of
on The Cnnmtr or.
I Judge Patten Santa Fe Jr. quests will require! Additional that" the total cash value of said Bradford Commtr, ftorl/lu one in i-ni, 'It, prrenal' reptesomntlM LEGAL;: NOTICfcJ. .
Saunders Will taxes, {Sounder said. estate Is ",811."; and that the In ri Estate of IVEN MORRIS. -, Sealed' Bide will be reoeWed :
and addresses of those to I In I I'd. X""IIII., i r 1lIh.\: 11 .
names Deceased up to and not later then 10OOfAM. :
Named To College Courses Start Visits In answer to a question the whom said estate has been assigned Notice To CreditorsAll 1991 ; December IS, 1B6H In the
Tht Senator said that' even are aj follows' creditor of the estate of Florida. :.N'HIInnul 1 Hunk nt' .In.I I KHimMlle office of Business WsnmterFlorlda -
Set At BHSSanta Justine. Trt. Pellum Ivan Morris, "deceased are hereby State, Prison for the sale
though !foe Is in the gasoline .
MonthSen. Hv 1 f Jr.
Next 411 Redgrave streetP. notified and required tit file Ku-cl ThfimiiKiin or Pine Pulpwool harvested. by
Drug Group business :he would favor an O. Box 2SStarke. and claim or demands which .\s Kverutor of the I.netVill prison tOI'!!.... Did forms may bo
Florida. 32091. they have against the said. And Testament or Emil Met secured from that office.R. .
Additional tax on gas for the may : ::
plan I kn..nn imll t>
Dated this 6th day, of December ns Melir. i- .
estate In the office of the county V. Turner, Business Mun-
, Circuit Court Judge George Fe Jr. College will! teach Bob Saunders of Galnesvillt. construction of new roads,rather 1568. fudge of Bradford County: .n..I.! alter.
,d L. Patten .of Starke Is one of five courses at Bradford High speaking Wednesday .at the than financing them W.tit a bond Justine R Pftuf Ct !pr. Florida Stark,,Florida In the, within courthouse six calendar at 4 21 41 I 12 I-: 12/5 It 12112
t1 21 persons chosen from through*' School during the Winter Term. Starke Rotary Club said he issue as proposed by Governor .+ ,months front the date of
JO out the state to aid in the prevention AU classes will meet from 7 to would start making a regular. Kirk. la The Coats 'ad. Court Of. the first publication of this no-
,r and control .of drug 10:15: p. m. monthly visit to the counties la The speaker was Introduced :::dNo.Coot. Florid. tice.must be Bach In el.lm..r wrltlnir and demand must
Ir addltlction. :his district next month, in compliance .toy John A. Torode. PlI0nl"lReNEstte Of MaOle William tate the place of residence and
with his campaign pro. *. Deceased. post'.fflce address of the claimant YOURPticte
Chosen, by Attorney GeneralS The courses taught nights Notice To Creditors and must he sworn to br
Earl Fall'cloth. Judge Patten beginning dates and Instructors mlse. The truth seldom hurts All credit-ore WltiJAMS.o-J the Estate deceased or the attorney claimant, or ,It his will cent'm:1'void his g'am[ / [
p .will srve on an advisory committee are as follows: Marriage and unless it ought to.-Dale are hereby notified and requiredto ;! according to law...
;n which will work with the Family Mondays, Jan. 13, Saunders said tie would announce Holdridge The Langford (S. file any claims or demand November 29.. 199 Morrld
huve "I Daisy B"rt et
ri Dangerous Drug Division of the staff; United States History To the exact time of Ills Dak.) Bugle.If : ,\\Ch..etatth.ern may the Office of the DAIRY!'! BI'DOKT MORRISAdminletrstrix
f Attorney General's .office 1877, :Tuesdays Jan. 14, Baur; visit, which will be In the courthouse CyuntFFlorida. of 'edCourthouee : Deceased.First of the .Estate ofIven IN BIRTHSTONESThe
Head of this recently esta. General' Psychology, Thursdays as soon as :Ills schedule you stand by a tree long at Starke. Florida In within six Morris publication on Decent
\ Wished Division to Dr. David Jan. 9, Jacks; Principles: of Ma Is arranged. Ht 'will try and enough sooner or later you'llbe calendar months from the date) her 12. 1889.
J Leham of Brow.ard County. thematics. Mondays) Jan. 13, make it coincide with the Coun. in the shade.-Louis of notice.the first publication demand of thle! Thomas.\ttorn..y.&: Fierce
Members .of the Advisory com.I Chaky; and The Humanities ty Commission meeting In each The Nashville (Ark.) be Each IWl'lUnrr and must P. O. Dr"wr 1090
mlttte composed of a clergy. district if possible the'Senator Graves dale the plage of residence end Starke Florida
: Wednesdays, Jan. 19. Cutler News. of the claim. 11111 U 12In Perfect Gift
s: man, lawyers,' educators and said; anti and mue sworn to bjrthe'
his agent or hi. 'III. luuilt. ,ludre'. Court III ,I
1 members of the medical profession !. The c..tor J.d.e'e Court !. claimant or,It will become void And For UrniKonl) tuuno.Klorliln for
'I\ will "Aid Dr. JUharn In Saunders forecast contra And For Bradford Coontr Florin attorney according to law File x.i>. MotherSOLID
rl hie work and develop a programof versial! session of the next Legislature Ida. Probate. File No. 1MT Carl D.'Halta In net: Estate ot Emil Meyer,
time In January. CARL D. (HAILS!. Administrator also known ns llnill Meier, Pee
i legislation to be considered: \Judge Patten, 'who has beenon due to the proposed con. In Re: Estate of F. J. Fellum, of Estate of SI ADI HI WIL- tenseilNOTJl1.
1I by the 1989 session of the leals solldatton of state agencies, as Sr. Deceased. Of Order Of D.c..a..d.Etr !: CliUIHTOUS GOLD
Notice Of Entry
the bench since 1953, told L1AEu'g F. fihaw To all cicdltom ant nil persons -
.1, latuie, according to a news The Telegraph that as far as provided by the ;new Constitution Administration UnnecessaryAll ) F. SHAW lia\lnir i-lfllmt in. ,I..mand.lIJaln..1 2800

I release from the Attorney Olenel'at'e he knows drugs ore not a probe and the fact that budget demand.persons ag-alnst havingclaim the estate* or of St"l'ke 14,2 West, ''Florida Call StreetFirst / ., and'snld tstnteYou "II<'I\.r. \.oil, aid A Birthstone for each member of her familyset
. office.A lem In County but that requests from the various! state V. J. Pellum, Sr., the above Attorney for Admlnl.tl'atop ,hereby notified and teijulreil toineeeiu
two-day meeting of the full he has Bradfrd heard many drug cases agencies are 'up/(\ about a billion named that decedent an order, are hereby of adminlatratlon notified pUblication December \\' >'nor''ii. i nr ilnh"ilthcr M 'mill demniuHhkli i"f M"". into a beautiful ring. Available in from
" committee mill be held some- in court in Gainesville. dollars. If granted, these re unnecessary has been U, 1818.1, ?/? 4t 1/2 mavnv\ imaliiMt thv estute iRmll >
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__ SIX_ -- -- _.........n_THE BRADFORD: COUNTY_ ....TELEORAPH: STARKE. FLORIDA.. __ _____ ______ __ __THURSDAY. PEC._IJ.r .....I9t..

I ,/ Mayo And Whittaker fined .$500 DNe.w first the Yorkers.aid start to Spanish of This AUanza.committeewas speaking of eral the was Home Catholic recited In Miami Church at Rlveono':and A(Fun rosary er: .-

She later moved to Miami vices were held at 10:30' : a-m

0 Cf Each On Fire Hunting ChargesThe where she continued her work Tuesday Id Jones memorial'
Mrs.: Torreulla la survived by Chapel In Starke. with Father;
three sons John. Charles and Edward Kirby. of St. Edward's
1 : ? cases of James Whit- Philip Draper of Interiachen.) Albert all of Miami; foul' Catholic Church officiating. In
: : : taker and Kenneth D.Mayo both The owner will halVe to petitionthe daughter. :Mrs. Mary Dearrlba. terment was In the: family plotIn
; ; charged with "lira bunting" court and prove ownership Coral Gables: Mrs. John Green. Crosby !Lake Cemetery.
rr near Keystone Heights were disposed In order to recover the car. according Miami Beach' ; Mrs. Frances.
of In Clay County Court. to W.l1d11fe0fl1cet' Hub Sebastian Puerto :Rico; and "People get into debt to
r : test week, and both were :fined nero Mrs. Hugh James McHrevey, of keep up with those who already -
$500 each At the time of his .Arrest. Ma- Connecticut.Mrs. are."
: Whittaker appeared before yo was employed as a rangerat Torreulla was a member
: County Judge T. J. Rivers on Gold Head Branch State
i Dec. 3 .and changed :his plea Park.
from not guilty to guilty.'\ DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

;s Mayo appeared .before Judge Services Held
Rivers on Dec. 4, with bis attorney STARKE PHONB 964-6200

: J :;: from ,not and guilty changed to "nolo his plea con- Monday For KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3179

:: tendere." meaning he would not
contest the charge although not Mrs. Torruella Rental Service
pleading guilty
Mayo and 'Whittaker: were> arrested Mrs. Virginia Torruella 81. a
..va.a.. 1r last Oct. 19 near Key former resident of Starke. died' HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS
stone Heights by .Wildlife! Officer Friday, Dec. 6. at her !Home in CRUTCHES
James" Hubner of Starke andT Coral Gables.
f it y r R. Shearer of Palatka. Mrs ..Torruella was a native of
I Mptiw A third man arrested In the Puerto Rico, but had lived in
V Incident Carl Goodyear, pled the United States! for many, SEE
p guilty on October 23 to the same years. She was the. founder of
1 charge, and was fined! $500.The AUanza Interamerlcana an organization
three men were chargedwith for "the developmentof
attempting to take wildlifeat understanding and the :brotherly -
night by use of gun and light union of people In the West Bill CarnleyAT
and the possession of -a freshly ern Hemisphere.
killed deer during closed sea 'Mrs. Torruella left Starke after
the death of her husband In
son.The automobile the men were 1938 and resided with her children -
cl1'1vlngwas confiscated and Is In New York for several

.' .:.. still being held by the Florida years. In 1939 she began working -
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Game Commission In Lake City. with the Spanish Committeefor JIMMY MOORE'S GULFCOR.
A 1963 Corvalr Mayo said It American Defense, holdingwar
belonged to his father- 1-1aw. bond rallies, and teaching 100 AND 301
Band Wins District Honors, FOR

Receiving superior ratings for appreciation to county officials Lynn Greene. Debbie Casey. Kirkland David Jordan, Scott 1Jl DISCOUNT
the entire competition, Brad- who provided needed equip- Row 2: Patricia Denefield Whitehead Randall Zipperer, DAHMER'S
ford High's marching Tornado ment and to BUS Prin. Ralph Kay Lewis, Darlene Luke San- Glenn Watts, Gary Prevatt ,,... < HOUSE ExpertTRANSMISSION
Dis- In di Morgan, Jimmy' Outlaw. Carole Paul West. David Newham. ...',J .. ,
band won top honors at the Diggs "who has cooperated ;;. STREET
trict 3 marching contests held every way." McKinney Sharon Elland. Row 5: Richard Kirkland, Susan \
at Ocala High School December The band also performed In Pauline Peterson, Mike White Salazar, Craig Grlffls. Susan :: ? PHONE 964-7923 STARKE
7.Superior. Ocala's Christmas Parade held Greg Gay. ; Perkins, Kelly Richards, "--'
Is the highest rating'a Saturday night, Dec. 7. Row 3: Beatrice Crum, Mary David Savage. Xmas SuggestionsBeautiful TUNE-UP -
band can receive. It is also {Members of the band, shown Goodge, Vickie Turner Karen Row ft: Lavern Outlaw, Mike
Claudette Peterson Jim 7-Tranststor Radios ________ $ 4.98
Ju- Reed.
the first time in years the Tornado above, are: Hutchins. Carolyn Brown FRONT END BRAKE SERVICE
band has received superior Row 1: Lucille Kauffman anita Griffin Mary Lane Paul my Crosby, Jimmy Yawn Joseph Pellitt Guns ____. ____:.____..____________ $12.50
ratings all the way Kay Epps, Robyn Warren, Faulkner, Patsy Underhill Alston. Charles Hanker. 8-Track Car Stereo Tape Decks from __ $59.95 State Approved Light Adjustment
through the contest. Donna Lou Patray, Bill My- Daisy Coleman. son. Mike Hanks.
The superior ratings entitle rick, Fran Casey, Nancy Gay Row 4: Daniel' Rosier. David Row 7: Ronald Dell Charles 8-Track Tapes, from ____________.._____ $ 3.98
the BHS band to compete In Blyc Susan Dyal. Largest Stock Of Christmas Albums In Starke ONLY 2.49

the State Contest to be held in Andereck was a Home of starke was In chargeof Walkie-Talkies ________.._____________ $13.50
Daytona Beach in May. At such Mr. And creek 26, 1383, Mr.
contests participating bands Baptist, a 33rd Degree Mason arrangements! Tape Recorders ______________________ $14.50 PLUS S&H GREEN STAMPS

I must instruments undergo a rigid and inspectionof uniforms Services Set Lodge and a lIe member had been of a the residentof Elks Motorola 23" Color TV Seta BELOW COST !. 1

certain marching Starke for 15 years coming t !
I perform I
maneuvers and do a special Friday 2 P.M. here: from! Chicago HI.

t \show for !the Judges, all within Surviving Is his wife Mrs.
t a limited time. Armand 'S. Andereck. 85, of Mildred M. Andereck of Starke; :
Scores range from A to F. Starke died in the Bradford two daughters: Mrs. James I)
or from superior to poor. County Hospital Wednesday afternoon Redden of Chicago and Mrs.
The BHS band this year Is Dec. 11. following a William Higgins of Yuba Calif.; ,
under direction of Dean Cas- short' Illness. one \son: Armand Jr.. of Park
I \sels. who came from Lake City Services will be from Jones Forest. HI.; a brother: LelandJ.
I to Starke and Is In his first Memorial Chapel In Starke Fri- Andereck of Mountain Home.
year here.Director. day, Dec. 13, at 2 p. m. The Ark., and one sister living In USED VACUUM. Cleane.s re-
f Cassels and the entire body will be cremated.. California. Conditioned $15 up. 10 different George E. LaRue
W toind'h'ave 'expressed"tnetr-Born "Cailnv111e! ."ti:-peb' DeWitt C' Jones Funeral If ;you find ;your'namVam'oKifincrClasalfted Ads, name brand to choose from. INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
8 ". "art fe excellent repairs aMYiakos.
come' to the-Tele) raphlnffieend receice TWO KTR3T SALES ItF.RVICE .Fire Homeowners
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s WANTED USED das cook
DID YOU KNOW It's easy to I
stove or electric, refrigerators
i. New Innersprings INSURANCE own a Longchamp Home? beds dinette sets, bedroom
t CLASSIFIED AD RATES and Box Springs AT REDUCED RATES Better built for F>rMa' liv- I
AUTO PIKE' BOAT ing. Your plan or ours sets sofas and chairs. Phone
o.. Up to IS word ____.-- 1.25 Drop Us A Card or Call DOYLE!: E. CONNER Your lot or ours. Contact Bu PB4-7923.! Panniers. tfchg

,, Quality liquors, imported and (Minimum charge) MRS.PALATKA PEGGY EA SHAOJDR 8-9109 CNSURANCK AOENCTS ford Mitchell, phone8..- MEN WANTED Men cottage
ttchg 6853. P. O. Box 238, Starke. parents over 21. Startingpay
CC Earn word over 15 .07 age
849 E. Atkins !St.!
domestic wines, for your holiday tf: g I $295 month promotion op-
Cf Famous Extra charge If not Furniture Repaired portunities and regular Increases -
1 enjoyment for gifts. Thrifty prices. ffi paid In advance ___. .35 Upholstered &: Refinished PUMPSNEW In pay. 8 hour day, 5
Brand MATTRESSES REBUILT AND USED JIMMY MOORE'S day week, sick leave, vacations,
St! arise
t Memorial, Resolutions SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep state .retirement If Interested
c t- ;,Jr-7 jr r Liquors HASTINGS MATTRESS &: Shallow Wells ..I SUN SPORTS please apply in person Personnel
7 cents per word & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
: 'R SPECIALSFIFTHS 710 Lemon St. PalatkaMI Water Softeners & Filters;! MOORE BOAT FOR Manager.ter. Gainesville.Sunland Fla.Training tfchg Cen-
All Makes Starke! I'h. 664-5791
SO words less __ S.CO ED WAINWRIGHT
: r :f ? Phone 964-7061 NEW 14 Maltbu I I Fishing

JJsr"jg Each word over 00 __ .07 DURRANCE PUMP Boat with 9.8 HP Mercury AGENCYFor
: x ? r 3 For AND SUPPLY CO. All Your
Christmas Special $419.00 Insurance Needs
Calverts Extra -------- 14.53 CONCRETE BLOCK w/brlck ve-
c v (Se ner home. 3-bedroorru, 2 baths. FOR SALE BRICK HOUSE Specializing in

COCKT O E. Seagram 7 Crown 14.53 r"" Large family room, separate ready for occupancy. 3 bed- Mobile Home InsurancePh.
c W' dining room and den. In excel- room 2 bath. Located just FOR RENT TV sets, baby Starke 964.6818
12:0o *V1 old Crow14.92 lent residential neighborhood outside of city limits in beds, electric guitars and am-
1 TO Call 964-5641 after 5:30: p. m.1' Plnebreeze. Easy monthly plifiers, refrigerators by day

I LATE d Saturday Ahl' 1 Early Times ._________ 15.29 tchgTHE terms.Contact Longchamp BtOI'eS Crnst Mitchell Co., I 7923.week Dahmers.or month. Phone tfchg 964- FOR Call 9B4-5413.RENT-3 bedroom home.tfchg

fi $ Yf;TO 2,OO Imperial _w_______-____12.75 KEY TO pone 984-68S3 P O. 'Box FOR SALE OR FOR RENT-
734/ 'Starke Efnl b e CZERASE: TYPEWRITER
r o On easy terms, 2 and 3 bed-
__. __ ___ Gracious Living NEW PAPER Mimeo Paper. Bond
Corbys uu -- um 12.75 FOR room houses. Road 100 East. W.
: Town HouseAPARTMENTS SALE-3 bedroom I bath, Frper. Motet jok Fillers. -
rj concrete block house. Large cor- H. Nollman. Starke. tfchg
Canadian Ld. Calv. 15.81 ner lot. Located 1027 Butler Rd. a.radforU'uncy Telegraph.
t DoItYourselfSEAMLESS $11.500. Ph. 964-5887. 8t-12-12 SEWING MACHINE -Cleaned BUILDINO MATERIAL ply-
I Sell or RentFurnished wood, palls paint, doors locks,
Bourbon Deluxe ---- 13.18 oiled and adjusted in your
'- POSTED SIGNS: Treated to roofing electric supplies, plum-
home, 33.00. Vacuum repairs -
1-0* + s ________ Unfurnished withstand weather bing. We will
y t ; Ancient Age u 15.29 C or 20c each, also. All work guaranteed. save you moneyat
c $2.25 doz. Special price on largo 431- Griffis Trading Post 2 1-2
Buford :Mitchell Dennis E. Ccggins Phone
V r.. er quantities. Bradford County miles North of Starke on 301.
: % Relska Vodka -------- .11.69 Phones 1428. tfehg
FLOORING Telegraph. tf Phone 964-7289. tfchg
"' b 964-6853 964-6760 SEVERAL GOOD USED Adding
Gilbys Vodka ------ 11.69
VtI ,, FOR RENT-2 and 3 bedroom Machines for sale electrics Tvler JoneocBARGAIN

r '' ::: Cocktail Barclay Gin -- -------- 11.22 BUY SELL TRADE trailers: 12' wide. Jct. 16 and ; subtraction credit balance HOUSES-3 bedroom
: /-Z :: Bill Powell m sueKtVS : 225. Northwest Starke. Phone : Bradford County Telegraph -
house In Theressa Community
6Q Otto _._ ___ Real Estate 964-6114. tfchgFOR U
:& \J a' Canadian Mist u 14.51 $75 down owner will finance.
,t t e AU L Fo rj Call 964-6464 I SALE-70.000 BTU Ziegler WANTED USED WRINGER Take Hwy. 100 east from Starke
r \ In the Starke Plaza 011 about m'.les'! to
0 Heater with blower. Excel- wssher: : Will pay cash or takeIn 7 Brlnson's :
TRAILER LOTS P. : lent condition. $100. Jane E. trade on anything.! : Dahmers Store turn right house on left
'1 Driscoll, Keystone Heights! 473- Dlcount House. tchg at end of road. Also have housein
LAKE ACCESS MEN WANTED Laundry 4204 2t 2-19 Middleburg. Go one block
workers Kitchen aids. laborers WANTED Lady or couple to
past Post Office turn left on
ijr THE $15) Down $15 Month cottage parents, watchman FOR SALE-Lot on Lake Alto. I manage retail business In this dirt Rd. Go to next dirt rd. turn
Lake Lots $2500 Up cooks and clerks, ground- L. C. Kelley Waldo Fla. Ph. are a. Investment protected right house at end of road. This
: GIFT -Investment Properties- keepsr. truck driver. Five 4681731. 2t 2-19 complete training ..at company house ;.bas been vandalized. Will I
s THAT'S day week eight hour day. level earning in excess of $200 be sold cheap. Call collect for I
c S.E.McKAYRealtorAppraiser State retirement, vacations, ONLY 2 MORE WEEKS of our per week, based on ability. Mr. Grant. 5240644. HousingS
Ir NEVER sick leave.If Interested, please special Christmas prices! Be Send complete resume to "S", Corp. P. O. Box 1244 I
0 8iI "" apply in person Personnel sure and i see our Yamaha piano Drawer A, Starke, Fla. for interview Atlanta., Oa. 3tp 12-12 i
F .Y RETURNED Keystone Ilts. 473-4816 Manager, Sunland TrainIng before you buyl I HAMMOND 3tchg 12-12 I
Center. Oilnesville, Fla. ORGAN STUDIOS Gainesville FOR SALE Honda 67 like I
( tfchg Mali 3785353. 2tchg 12-12 FOR SALE-One coming 2 year new, Many extras. Phone 964-
.> CLASP ENVELOPES all old registered Angus bull. J. B. 646S.u
; >. n sixes.- Bradford County Tele RENTALS! NEEDED Furnished No. 768 Modern 3 Br. CBS White. Phone 9646114. tfchg
fet graph. or unfurnished. Strout home on paved road. 20 level FOR RENT: 2 bedroom House
Realty, 2117 N. Temple Ave., acres, just $18.000 and 1ST Emory PrevattCHRISTMAS Trailer $63 month Phone
Conser Ct-rk.; Fla. '9041 S64-B6OT.) 'own. 964 6484. jtp
Staliisigs TREES for sale.
FOR SALE One acre land -
: just outside city limits. Ideal THANK YOU NOTE -Beau. No. 559 50 acres part: Improved Also: Pansy Snapdragon, Larkspur FOR RENT Duplex furnished
f : ' for mobile home. Deep well tifully engravede\ gold or pasture $230 acre. Endive, Lettuce, and Cabbage or unfurnished.: Private drive
1 septic tank, concrete back porch silver. $1.23 for box of 25. Including No. 624 Rural area 2 Br. Plants. Mrs. W. A. Stern way and porch. Call 964-6937.
U. S. 301 S. 8 Miles Phone 463-1461 tti--v { fi' xlBV Storage house 12' x 12' envelopes. Bradford modern cottage 1 acre lot with : 301 South, Phone 9645614. Ifchg
tt County TeltgrspK. tf plenty of larre oak trees for 2tp 12-19
Call 964-5129 after 5 pjn. Up
tC shade' Only $5,500.STROUT IF WE DONT HAVE IT
t.f FOR SALE-2 bedroom house REALTY FOR SALE Chicken fertilizer. well set It for yon Office
FOR SALE Mixed Colley and nice neighborhood. Elec. Range 2117 N. Temple Ave. Clean out and spreading ser- Supplies Furniture. Equipment .
Sheppard puppies, 8 weeks old. and Gas Heater. Phone 964-5801. Starke Fla. vice.:: We deliver. W. B. Woods Bradford County
$10 each. Call 7823411. It]I[ tf I Ph. 964-6609 475-4693. Melrose 2tp 12-19 Tele rn ph.PAGE .

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ReopenSat.., Dec. 14 Gun Federal LawEffective :.: DECEMBER YEAR END !

Third phase of the 196849 0 .
dove buottaiff season opens Saturday .
Dec. 14, according to 0
the state Game and Fresh Wa.| 0 0
ter Fish Commission. 0
Dec. 16Sales 0
Saturday is also the opening C
of too second phase of the'' e.
1968-69 season for hunting' 0 .
ducks, geese, and coots. of guns and ammunition 0 .
Dove hunting will be allow. win be controlled undar. 0 I' 0o
ed from noon until sunet. Waterfowl
the new Federal gun law .
:bunting will be allow takes effect December 10. .
ed from .one-half hour before Marvin H. Dunn, Supervisorin .
sunrise to sunset. CtSrge! Alcohol and Tobacco .
Dove bunting will be allowed L
Tax Division Internal Revenue 0
for 24 days with tt- **n on Service for Florida, said AttTT .
closing' Jan. 6. .
on Waterfowl 1ft preparing material to help
hunting will continue through': gun dealers gun buyers and collectors 0
Jan. 14, to Game'
according comply with the new e. 0
Commission Chairman W. B. Gun Control Act of 1968 which .
Copeland. was enacted by Congress In
Bag' limit for mourning' dove October. 0
Is 12 per day.. DailY bag limit The new law should not place 0
on ducks other than mergansers any unreasonable restrictions .
is four and may not Include ownershipof .
on the purchase or
more than two wood
ordinary guns used for huntIng. 0
ducks two black ducks, two' target shooting' or other .
mallards and one .only of eith- lawful purposes Dunn said. .
er the canvasback or redhead. Persona under 21 win be prohibited .
Limit on mergansers Is five from purchasing pistols 0
dally of which not more than revolvers and ammunition for
one may be a hooded mergan such weapons and persons under :
ser. Bag limit for geese is one 18 will not be permitted to

for wide per Copeland coot day waterfowl,Is and ten.said.the hunting"The dally' season state limit purchase munition.permitted Sales! will any to generally firearms out-of-state or not resi am be 15 NEW '68 HE VKOLETS LEFT I

which closes on January 14
dents. Dunn said although a

will be followed hunting by season a specialIcaup..only Incertain person can buy from a rifle an adjoining or shotgun' state by : With Full 50,000 Mile Or 5-Year Warranty 9

areas of the state from
complying with certain provisions
31.January" 16 through January of the new Act. Sales to. CHEVELLE NOMAD WAGON BELAIR 4-DOOR SEDAN lIMEALAErfdne D R S N
residents of a state will be prohibited
if possession of the firearm Palomino Ivory Saddle Vinyl. Trim 155HP Ermine White Turquoise Interior Trim 6 Wh interior TerglicS lm 17 VSTansmie -
"People go on vacations to is not allowed by local ordinance. Cylinder Engine Powerglide Transmission EngmSSbPower P Automatic [ ion 0
forget things-and when they Gun dealers must also Six Cylinder Engine Standard Transmission I I rintedjfind-
get there they find out they hold a Federal license under Pushbutton Radio Window Mouldings -Wheel Si rihe Pqfll'Cii'Brakes 5
did.: the new law.Summaries. Whitewall Tires. Luggage Carrier. Covers. Power Steering. frMjLaAConfflPrroning I Air .
of pertinent local .Pushbutton Radiok ,9

booklet: to be mailed by IRS ,

FLORIDATHEATRE to ers.Federally The booklet licensed! Publication gun deal Ermine White Blue Interior Trim 6 Cylin. Transmission Ermine White 307 VS.Engine Tires -Tinted Powerglide Glass Tripoli Turquoise Turquoise Interior 307 VS :

603 "Published Ordinance Whitewall Engine Turbo Hydramatlc Automatic Trims-
der Engine Standard Shift A Real Economy PushbuttonRadio.
Wheel Covers .
:Firearms should be In the mission Power Steering Pushbutton Radio
hands of dealers before December Mode Whitewall Tires Wheel Covers Tinted Glass: SConditlonin
16, to enable them to Ur 0
check on the gun laws of a locality -
i SHOWTIME( before selling a gun.Further 0

t Weekdays 7 P. M. information on the i ALL PRICED BELOW DEALER COST
, Sunday 3 P. M. be new obtained gun control from provisions Jacksonville can 9
Saturday 1 P. M. A&TT office In Room 333 of the

Fri.Double, Sat.Feature- Dec.Program 13, 14 Post Office Building. i HURRY AND TAKE YOUR PICK 9 9 9

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ProbationThree defendants appeared 1968 Company Cars And Demonstrators BALANCE 5.YEAR OR 50,000!j

A before Circuit Court Judge MILE WARRANTY (
George Patten Friday, Dec. I, ... ,." or

Y 4 nr years In Placed Bradford were on'Marl County probation Lee courtroom.Crawford three ': '. t 2 Im p gala'4-Door- Sedans :,.w '1 Olds '98 Town Sedan .: ""1 Reetside ; Pickup .:

charged with desert. e' S
Roger Tetstone charged with EXTRAS RADIO AND HEATER .
breaking' and entering. 9o .
f Both defendants had earlier .

T0KFOREGKRBER the pleaded Warren public, filed guilty Forbes defender a to motion the Raiford withdrawn charges.to' have inmate 9e 0 INO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED I i

as his lawyer. The motion was 9
in TECHNICOLOR( will .
granted and Judge Patten .
appoint another attorney and
set a trial date. .
[IT Charge against Forbes la 9
stands for KILL I IICHOOBPSClOUt'lOV .
possession of a weapon by a
state prisoner. .


Just a word of advice to 9
young men trying to decide on
a career. The best thing to fit .
do at the present time is to .

avoid fessions the and business instead and the go pro into 1968 OLDSMOBILE 1966 CHEV. IMPALA 1967 CHEV. IMPALA 1965 CHEV. BELAIR :

o, rcnui'BA poverty. That's where the CUTLASS SPORT COUP
money la...-Dale Holdridge, 4 Door Hardtop Sedan V8 Engine 4 Door Sedan V-8 Engine Po. 0
"CTUR'S.' .' ( The Langford (S. Dak.) Bugle. 4 Door Sedan V8 Radio & V8 Engine: Power Jlde Power Powerglide Radio & Heater. werglide Radio & Heater High .
Heater Vinyl Trim. Still has new Steering Power Brakes Radio Mileage Not Extra Clean As is. .
car warranty. & Heater Air Conditioning. $1 99500


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SUN., MON., TUES. Hardtop Sport Coupe 389-V8 4 Door Sedan V8 Engine AidoHardtop Sport Coupe Power &
V8 I -
Powerglide Transmission I
DEC. 15, 16, 17 Engine Four Speed Transmission! Air Cond.- Radio & Heater. matic Transmission Ex City Po Steering I and Brakes .. V8 Engine I ;: 9
SHOW BEGINSAT Radio Power Steering & Brakes lice Car. Automatic Radio & Heater. 9
t'cS' shoots the works 7 :00 P. M.ADMISSION & Heater Chrome Wheels. ONLY 9
from dawn to : E $89500ONLY ONLY QQCOO' ONLY $79500 9
darkroom I II Adults Children 75c Under; Students 12 Free 60c $J 79500 ,O 7 9 0 9

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Thomas Custody Case UndedcidedCustody ,M '1 LOT-WIDE M

According to Virginia Johns, ing was postponed until Tuesday. The Thomases have filed for
of Donald Thomas,
11, and Stephanie Thomas, 7, circuit court: reporter, Judge Ad. D. B. and Elsie Thomas of guardianship of their grandchildren
; : .
children\ : of Mrs.: Sue Thomas, 1 Is kips told the attorneys that he Lawtey, Mrs. Thomas'In the in-laws case, here! but in circuit County court Judges'cases Court hold I V : : : S Sale
still undecided following a live -wants the citations within the were
hour hearing behind closed next couple of days because he and were ordered by Judge Ad- precedence over county cases: vY I
and the county hearing has not
doors Tuesday afternoon. knows that everyone Is anxiousto kins to take the two children to
dispose: of the case. the hearings ". to,:Jew cause been set.
Circuit Court Judge James A. Hearing was held In answer to why said minor children are be.
Adkios: took the matter under a Writ of Habeas Corpus filed Ing illegally and unlawfully detained '
advisement and requested the by attorney Mrs. Thomas by you." 27,840 Pounds V .
attorneys to submit citations of asking for the custody of Mrs. Eight persons 'were called! by >> Check
law that would support; their respective Thomas' two children. Originallyset Attorney George Pierce to testify Pecans SoldA S
positions. for Friday Dec. 6, the hear. for the respondents: Sue Suprise The
jAf Thomas, an adverse witness' ; V Vnrr M
....if* Ronnie Williams of Raiford; Kf- of
.re' total of 21,840> pounds
fie Carter of Kingsley Lake;
Hazel Or iff la of Clay County; pecans were sold at auction With
and D. B. Thomas, Elsie Thom. Thursday. Dec. 5, pushing the R El ;( Family With
s y season total sold at the Starke S
/ as, Diane Thomas and June State Farmers Market. 51 .
Powell of Lawtey. Thursday .
Revenue growers
Testifying: for the petitioner,
amounted to $7,460 according
represented by Attorney: Gene
Sue Thomas and M. Market Manager Bob Allen. Clyde
Shaw were The ToFord
tJI M. Jordan, Lawtey Marshal; Prices dropped slightly, how. Keys
ever, as the season nears Its
G. F. HANDEL Barbara Jordan, Frances, and
Allen said the average
Donald Bennett, all.of Lawtey. end.
M'M ITSt) prlct of 34 cents per pound was v YIVY

I I I II Mrs. Sue Thomas was acquit. down ataut three and cents that a.from fewofferings Y ANew *
previous sales Today
I ted Nov. 14 of the pistol slaying ,
saled" j>
"no y
were .
of her husband, C. W. Thomas.
( I t She was accused: of murdering growers. *
MESSIAH Representative sales were:
tier husband In their home in

AN ORATORIO Jtouns Lawtey. of and In March the Mrs.early 14.Mr. D.. B. morning Thomas half Curtis 31-34 cents cents, average and; Stuarts a of range 40 brought and of from one an ti ; v : NEW AND USED CARS AND MM

took custody of the two childrenthe average of 43 cents, although
night their died and the some were sold as low as 33
(CH1USTM\S: !! I PORTIONS) children are still with the family. cents; seedlings sold for an M 1 TRUCKS TO FROMSANTA
Edited i By 1 average of 33 cents, but prices
ranged from 10-37 cents
IRA B. WILSON Allen said another sale 'will beheld
this Thursday, Dec. 12, and M ;
I. that it will probably be the l last M
1, I ThE Old ydm&zIEYtv auction of the season. M p-T
Prevented By I M
The First Baptist Church Choir J 9glON GGJ ISON ABOUT: TOWN-Cotton cordu t>
I E'45ICISN7/C roy in thick and thin wales ; Ii. M
shapes a smart ensemble. A
Sunday, December 15, 1968 I turtleneck sweater peeps out
7:39: P.M. above the cardigan-styled coat. APPROVEDAtiTQ
which features flap pocketson I.......
I horizontal bands of suede.A VALUES )
i:: matching slim skirt com M J
iiI "The successful man (is the pletes the three-plece ensembleby
one who matches his back. Banff.
... 1 bone to his wishbone."


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around 40 Snew. Mr father vlnlnni. "f ("hAII.r 20.X53 Laws <'nti rpil .innlnHl ,vniiVltmtm
The r.ttnti IN I'S 1 l'Ir.'ult'ourl or MurlilnKlKlitli : : of
Of Snlrt H"RI
Doocilpnl' : hand and
nt }o''I'hl".ta..t' % 1041 nlll i'f- \ mv
", James Clarence Alfred and You are 'hereby notified that .linllcliil I IrcuM, In .tndFne ( nradfurdCotnly.
R'lal.r with the Clerk of the rir- twirl (r.mrt In Mtnrket"
It's woman's a written Instrument Imrlrllnll' llrnilfonl f'NUnq, ('HIIAhllnn l this 1Mb ilnv ofVcnemlier
In |
a sons went bird hunting: 0 1 cult Court In and fur fiittdfoirtOnuntv. Florlrtii
to 1)0 the last will nnd t".la- Cua/ :\n.Frnnl'Ix ,,
frro '
Floilcln cflitt 1'innHHAT.
r" "
Georgia, and killed 16. 111 ent of sold decedent linn .liecnDdinltteil I., nniivnr. I'liilntlff,
"f of imlilti 1 atlnti l of I this n" ( ( .)'
.: As I said at the beginning itch the) tltlini"" mini' .,' nf ;Ml- to rohntn In this \M .Cnrollnc M. Ititm'np liefMin1nnt ('ban's A Tll-1,1'.
!JJfff! I court Ton n n hereby commanded Ih'o Court
lb mops Mnnor nt'thrl l 'PliuiiOiKoiul rink nf rirfult
the wPAM\-r. and Christmas The !Rtnte' nf Florida' Tn
NGlrkr. I KliiiklaMRltliinil : ".'': ('hnrleN' ,1' it/21dt
Pnrnllm AT r>nn *f>iAddrrH 12/12
tlBy bah slowed down the activi! nnil llorli It.Vhlto- wltliln nix rnlpndnr month unknownYou .
)llfacl 1102 I S (CnllPV Ilnflil, of first *
the dote the pub.
ties. / to notified thatn '
we now come "Conscience is that inner StHlk. PlrillilnT II..Rllnn of thin notice In appear lire hrrolq' ,
the end of another week. I voice that warns you that >ntpfl this) lalll liM "r Noxem-: In till* court and how cause, If been. proceeding brought, for In tinrinull cllvnrrf hnft HM.K Of .11/TOMOIIILi':
Martha Sue McCain 1>er IflAi A. n nt Rtni-kc' Tlrndfoid enn. wily the action of ,. a 'rittc1
!! v of the any you fir llrndfoid (' 111 ', I
lone( n nr () four }
the unmarkedcar '. 1 Mealed nirl will he received In
the in (1onllt FloiMn"' 1 IHInff said will
man this court In u< > ,
County Extension ,..,.".* :Trfr, .m. ",..n have wild State 11 21 41, li 13 to prnbnte iilioiild not stand \m- TMoildn' iiKHlnxt! \'<"i You 1 nroheipliv office of 13u lnpH" Manager,
I trailing you is a "iriiili"| '<'d to rll.'lIh ihrClrrlc Florida" State Prison llnlroi-d.
Home Economics AgentA Turkey for Christinas. Until revoked Tlieron .\. Ynwn of the C'lrriilt 'ouinimwer '' Florida, up to and not later
L Trooper. In
ne"ltV,.", t'1 tay "Ooodbyoand County JudfroPlrnt or ntlu ripiiillimx than 10:1\0: A. M. December 4th,
r In 'Tlii County Jiiditv'K. ('u...' Of imbllcntlon; on Norrmher pin 1(1 |"'''''ecdlllMTft, and In HIM\r 19611 for 16 surplus cum & truck.
food lurk I" Bradford CMint,. KlnrldnNo ropy nt Hum* 1I'I, >WHlliim" 11Urnwell forma Bacurc.il
.' '.' l lThtinmx Bids must \OIKR' np ,\ .:\'rlo> 0rtF.fH"rt 1-15'2 14. 106 Attorney"' tin Plaintiff from Hint office Vehicles may
KICIITHUS In lei l>tnti. nf .\rthll"' Ton, & Pierce ,. 212 SontlioiiHt' 1 Pleat" Slrtet' (him"- J"lnl'h1. Stnto
PINCH OF SPICE quantities or share: a large LEGAL FORMS. Bradford \ VMKNotlit DocenoertNOTien. 201-20.1. North T.le.nu (...\llli>. Fliirldu on 01, liifo-rr the he PrlHon InHpcrtetl Motor[ nt Pool ;Monday
There's hardly a food that container with friends County Telegraph ph"; iw 1I".h gives that OF rnonxrnTo !HRrk,. FinrldaAttorney for Petitioner" llit'i ilnnf, DIM... llfli. Herein,. through Fildnv between 1-00
the undrrslgned under the >ro- 111 >h
i IID.tnu1t
Herbs All 1'crgonn Intcrcntpil In 4t 12111| foil not. or u ,\.M. fc 4 I'1: r,
can't be made better by a and spices do not add 96 -6305. 11/14
it ji ji 12 2s
dash of spice or herbs. Just remember to caloric Intake. Adding themto ,-., ,- ,- .,- .,-......_....._u ,_ .,_ ,_.. _' .._ .,_u,_.. .. __., ,- ,-.. ,-., ,_.. --.- __ud _u
to use small quantities salads or vegetables Is a y sf s

until you eet used to their flavors. good way to enhance flavor
One general guide Is to and at the same time eliminate
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the biting cold weather "been having has 'eallY'stow- !he caught h. ed the fishing down. B lIeit( \\3k
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DEC. 12. 1968 J

In First Basketball GameTornado

Cagers Edged 1 Point i 1 Jte i SB **

Sexton had his cagers all together W1NKLER ( \ ELECTRIC
:Bradford's Basketball only one week before
went ahead of Fernandina 52- Tuesday's game. Prior to that
51 with 19 seconds left, then he practiced basketball after
lost a cliff hanger when the football practice. e
Plrate's Tom Corbett sank a Blye, senior transfer from
short Jumper as the final buzzer RJE high scored 15 points and
sounded. s > got 17 rebounds. The Tornadoes
Scrapping from behind all gave the taller Pirates nothing
night long In their first tame on the boards as they gathered -
of the cage season!! played In In 40 rebounds
the BHS gym Tuesday night) ,
the Tornadoes( of Coach Mike a44p Junior David McKnlght, one I
Sexton came from 12 points be of two lettermen making his
hind late in the third periodto 1968 debut, scored 15 points.
tie the game 50.50 with 1:13: Mark Graudoiw. a Junior up
'left In the' fourth quarter. Char from the B-squad scored 12 Hoover Upright Hoover Steam :
les Blye, who scored seven points and got seven rebounds. I
points in the final period, put Graudons kept the TornadoesIn DRY IRON WITH EXCLUSIVE
in a lay-up to tie It up. : the ball game In the first
r half. Vacuum Stainless Steel Surface

Fernandlna's Stewart Flkula; Chris Chandler, Junior transfer -
made the first of two foul shots; from RJE and a football USES :
on a one-and-one situation but letterman. entered the game In ..JJ ; World's Finest Carpet
missed the .second to bring the I r the third period! and scored Charles Blye, number 22, seii. TAP gs
Pirate's back Into the lead 51- ( eight points six of them In the for transfer from RJE High Sweeper, Exclusive WATER
blazing fourth period. He is the for a Jumper In the Action Cleaning :
goes up Triple
50.Blye rebounded the missed brother of Harold Chandler who Tornadoes' opener Tuesday
shot and Chris! Crandler sanka starred as a BHS eager last night. Blye scored 15 points! to i Beats As It Sweeps Your I
lay-up to put BHS ahead 52- year. tie David McKnlght for the BHS :f $1188
51 with 19 seconds left. i \ 'I \ ".: The Tornadoes, although' be- scoring lead and cot 17 re As It Cleans. ChoiceHOOVER \
\ J -Wnd all the way Into the final bounds 1 s
The Tornadoes got ball out of; __ __ minutes stayed close. They Really Deep Cleans a
seconds later as were down 15-13 after the first ::
bounds a few Your Carpet. ;
they fought for possession, but ------i f period and 28-26 at the !half. AUTOMATIC TOASTER
Corbett fouled Mark Oraudons.
Graudons went to the free Fernandina outscored them ctlooi' k 50 PERFECT RESULTS
throw line on a one-and-one and \ 13-8 In the third period, however $59 *:
,:missed. \ to take a 41.34 lead. BHS With Any Thickness Of
Fernandina got possession, was still behind,!! 48-41 with 4:08: k Bread
''took the ball down and Larry left In the game. l,1
Robinson, who scored 20 points The Tornadoes shot only 31 Handsome Chrome Finish.
for the Pirates, missed a loner per cent from the field. I
jumper. Corbett rebounded and Fernandina. was .playing its GLASS Easy To Empty Crumb
and Is now 21. e Tray
sank a short 10-foot Juniper third game
from the side Just as the game 4 A BSquadFernandlna's FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors
B-squad won 58-
ended."We did a good Job of coming' BUS' Chris Chandler, number 23, puts In a lay-up during the 30 over the Tornado Jayvees.
from behind." Coach Sexton hot fourth period In the Tornadoes' 53-52 loss to Fernandina David McRae had 7 points for EVERY PURPOSE
FOR Winkler
said after the game of his Beach Tuesday night. Chandler scored six points In the beetle BHS James Williams and Randall ElectricINC.
young and inexperienced eager final eight minutes. McGee 6,* Douglas Brown SHEA'S
s. 5, and Drew Fleming and Eb-
"I knew we'd make mistakesbut ble Knight 3 each. .
I didn't trlnk It'd be that Tornado cagers will travel to GLASS CO. Phone 964-7596
many." the Tornado coach con St. Augustine Friday night, 172-4)15 372-4351 23$ North Temple Ave.
tinued. "A''I I said before, It'll 4 Gridders Dec. 13. for two games beginning 1313 N.W. 4th Piece
be after Christmas before we at 6:30: p. m. The cagers Gaintsvlll
come around"Thursday return home Saturday Dec. 14 I <<
for two'games beginning at 6:30:

B&E Win Honors P.BHS m, .... ...Statistics II.. 13 26 34 52 ,i r M

Fer .... ..._.. 15 28 41 53 \ By Popular Demand We Are Continuing Our
BHS-McKnlght 5, 5, 15; J
Nets NothingThree Brown 1. 0, 2: Graudons 5, 1, t
Three Tornado football players Cohens, lightning quick at 175 12; Blye 6. 3. 15: Murphey 0, 0, \
men, identified by ,witnesses have been 'named to the pounds played mlddleguard for 0: Graudon 0, 0, 0: Chandler 4, J FIRST 'I\
who saw them leave the Florida Star All-Conference grid two years and this season was 0, 8. Totals 21, 10, 52. t .
building from across the street, eleven and one of them quarterback put at fullback to take advantage Fer.-Skipper 6, 0, 12: Piku- \ "
broke into Stark Builders Supply Billy Belote to the of M3: speed and la 0, 4. 4: Corbett S, 0. 10; Robinson J
on East Washington Street Florida Sports Writers Associa strength.'! He had 35 tackles and 9, 2, 20: Darlington 1, 0,
last Thursday night Dec. 5, but tion's All-Region team. 16 assists and was a strong Si i ColMr S, 0, IS, Totals 23, 7, 53. .
apparently took nothing, accordIng Belote, tackle Charles Smith, runner.
to the Starke Police Depart and middle-guard-fullback Willie Conference champion Palatka
ment. Cohens all seniors, were led with six players named to j R RQtL1f
Carl Lamar Johns owner of 'named to the' Florida Star hon- (he all-loop team: Lake City,, 4 Plead
the store, ,was summoned to the ors team Monday night by all second place finisher had five
scene and found a hole In the the conference coaches.Flankersafety players named.
floor through which the trio Bill Adam and Other all-conference players 5"'t.
gained entrance. center Robbie Smith both seniors l>v ,-'om are: InnocentFour R
Herman Lee, ,who operates a were honorable mentionin Bollrs-George Tomlinson and ,J .
fish market across the street the Florida Star line-up. Clark Toole. Bradford County men ;
from Etaike; !Builders, saw, three Live Oak-Wesley Williams when '
not guilty ,
Belote named to the all- entered pleas of P '
was and '
men emerge frommdel' the Hank Ratllff. Larry Tyre. County Judge ;
building icon' after 9 p.m. and Triton; Class A defensive team Palatka-Jornnle Bivens, John appearing Yawn this week. \ QAE
notified the Starke Police De The BHS quarterback Is also Theobold, Lamar Brinson Ken- Theron testimony at a ,
noted and has been highly ny Anderson, Arthur Annls After
partment. Tuesday -
David Hursefor preliminary hearing rIN EVERY A1SIEOMHERYSHELR
by Coach :
Johns said that so far as he rralied his defensive ability. He Sam Reeder. afternoon Judge! Yawn reduced (
Lake City-Jack Meeks. Pete
could determine nothing was felonies)
missing from the store. He led the Tornadoes in tackles Giebteg, Billy Hale, BrooksEthvidge three charges Kittles( to lesser Q ; !
theorized the burglens had been from his defensive safety position LeRoy Slanker. against Wlllard
with 43 individual tackles St. Augustine Jim Stance charges-! M
scared oil soon after gaining with two
entrance to the building Several and 36 assists. Orange Park-Mickey Brokas Kittles was charged
tools left by the.wouldbe Being named to the all-region and Gary Taylor. counts of assault with Intent to i A'FEW M MR
and with aggravated ti INVITE YOU TO
thieves :police reported.At honors writers team makes by Belote area eligiblefor sports commit murder assault. He pleadednot HERE ARE JUST OF OUR BARGAINS. .
9:30): pjm. last Thursday an
the Florida Writers Assoclalion's guilty to the lesser charges
alert was over : of assault and battery and carrying M
all-state team.
Florida' Highway Patrol radio
t:4oRdhai614 a. concealed weapon. Bond R
network for three Negro; males will be
Mr. Everything for the Tornadoes was set at $300.
traveling In.a> late-model Pontiac Belote gained a total set for the next term of CountyJudite' M
convertible with a light bottom SEE-ALL LONG DELL'S GRADE A
of 1,066 yards offensively. He "* Court.
and dark top.Stal'ke
completed 53 for 692 Kittles wasarrotted on Nov.
passes GRAIN M
stopped .
police a
car in the Reno section and yards and ran for 374 yards a In Him all things were created 30 following a fight on/. the evening "
4.9 Belote also scored of Nov. 29 at Mossy's Placein
average in heaven and on earth,
questioned three Negro> malesIn 4 (
it, but made no arrests. eight touchdowns visible and ( Lawtey.
Belote punted 31 times for a invisible.Col.( 1:16): ). Three Starke residents appeared Aoi'FRYERSREG. I
34,2 yard average. He returned before Judge Yawn on TIDE:
nine punts for 291 yards a 34,3 To identify ourselves with Monday for arraignment. Bond RICE .I
yard average which is "very God, to know that within us is for each is 5000. *
Tennis M the one sport in good" Coach Hurse says. the fullness of His love and Francis Bryant 19. pleadednot
which it is permissible' to have wisdom, is to begin to feel a guilty to charges of breakIng MW
the best! racquet in town.-Lee Smith. 230-round tackle who release from all the burdensof and entering and grand lar -ilh $5 or More Food Order ...
Hatcheler, Snuk Rapids played both ways and was the life Our needs are fulfilledas ceny. (Excluding: Cizarettea M
(Minn.) Herald. stalwart of the Tornado line, we live in the realizationof He Is charged with breaking .
did not play in four games because our oneness with God. The Into an apartment' on the premises 4 LBS.49 0 29
of an injury. He still had answer to our desires for life of Bradford Furniture Company MI
21 tackles and 22 assists. begin to reveal themselves. on Dec. 1 and taking a
number of items owned by
George Graudon. Among the
items listed are a revolver, a SMOKED LEAN CENTER CUTPICNIC
car coat and hand tools according

G Give a Gift f for Ilg H Reddish be Date,set requested later for to investigating Chief a preliminary by Deputv Bryant officer.,Dolph hearing will I SHOULDERS PORK CHOPS I

Clifford Ersley Norman:' 20, "
and Marshall Eaves, 19, pleaded
LB. $ LB. 69 $
not guilty\ to charges of robbing
Kelly Gay of $30 on Nov.

While You Can Still Buy 24.According to Deputy Ken Fuqua -

the two. men gave Gay a
ride from Maxville to Lnwtey. I Davis
YOUR FURNITURE -NASWORTHY'S where' they took him into a Grocery And Market
wooded area and beat him with
their fists and robbed bIm.

DISCOUNT I Furniture SaleUp I 401 W. BROWNLEE (S.R,18 WEST) PHONE 964-6725

To 36 Months To Pay The Old 1vmflm M

Layaway Your Gifts Now Large Selectionof I\111111v.I I I I Ziceluslt SUNDAY = 8 AJW. TO 8 P. M. M

Recliner Chairs and Living Room Suites l \''ll I,
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C. H. NASWORTHY Furniture and Appliances "A well-earned" vacation is( Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey L. Davis Wfy
soon well-spent.
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;f ) road* or near U. j
DJmmi1D north wind doth blow i,
and while we may not get C
snow it certainly looks as if : The Christmas Mason Ia i<

the first freeze of the seasons close at hand. We know because -,
we saw Santa arrive Mi:
about to
give us some refrigeration -
temperatures. We associate Starke last Friday afternoonand

cold weather kll- the event was celebratedwith

We Already Are Paying :c HERE LIES deer but are not sure with whether MM-A a fine parade with many
the birds !get here before a 1 Interesting floats and the

i Top Men I In Govt. y MOTORIST freeze meantime or though after one.we'll In have the only ones were who.by .no enjoyed. means It. the

Enough to take the word of the weather
a WHO 'WOUlDNT forecasters. By Sam McGarver In honor of the occasion

the countryside Is decorated

f Thanks to a generous legislaturethat aware of what the job currently pays. BUCKLE At the pecan market last with fall colors and U you

j too often In the past has displayed And each of them.Is eager to becomethe UP. week the temperature was berry"> watermelon at his want to see some pretty
without fear of
.. little hesitancy In digging deeper into state's next governor drawing low and so were the prices on place and found it to be one of scenes driver running Into you some get
$36,000 some offerings. The average the best we'd ever tasted. Tho
>'tt- the taxpayers' pockets the governor a year. off the beaten track and ride
of Florida Is paid $36,000 a year The same situation holds true Inso- price dropped off about three variety was not popular for some of the graded roads
cents a pound and in some commercial growing though,
; and members of the State Cabinet far as cabinet offices Is concerned. dissatisfied around the New River swamp.
cases :growers"no because it would not stand
f receive$34,000 annually. Several members of the legislaturehave saled" rather than take shipping. The bays and swamps area

In comparison members of the U.S. expressed keen Interest In seek what was bid. Incidentally blaze of glory with every
color of the rainbow represented.
:. Congress which like that of the legis ing the cabinet assignments in the that market platform in Dec- Some of the strawberry .

lature is not known for its thrift Inso 1970 election and not the first current :Tiber! Is a mighty "alrleh" plantings look very good but .
place and if you stay there we've noticed that those that
far as taking care of its own Is con member has Indicated he Is thinking x, On these cold mornings( a
long enough your teeth will wire set out late are not do13 -
cerned receive $30,000 a year. about giving up his job because the chatter and your knees will too well. All of which good hearty breakfast is indicated

Now a recommendation has been $34,000 is Inadequate.Look knock. proves that berry growing has : and Sam gets to think-
ing about buckwheat cakes
prepared for submission to the next at the recent election for three i Improved and made more homemade and

session of the legislature to raise the seats on the State Supreme Court. One of the old favorites of efficient but that thereare isyruo. Trouble sausage Is. you maple can't
the pecans is the Mahan. factors beyond knowledgeor
along our
salary of the governor and other top Certainly there was no scarcity of nut get the first two things he 1'st-'!
with a :so-called "pa- control. And yet most of
1.1.. members of the executive and judicial candidates and they were well quali per-shell." The late Walter our growers have been raising cd nnd while you can Rt:!t pure

branches of state government. fied. The Democrats offered more Wilklson had a few Mahan berries all their lives. maple syrup you'd better arrange -
This Christmas Buckle Up loan at the bank before .
The governor would get a $4,000 than one contender for each of the trees at his old farm and it

raise to $40,000 under the schedule three vacancies In the primaries the was at his place that we first If you want to see the berry you buy. it.. .
On That Holiday Trip sampled the nut. At the time, crop at first hand many of
worked up by a management consul. Republican Party nominated candidates As the saying. goes there'sno
Walter said It
was a good pecan the plantings are along SR-223
tant firm. as well. use moaning. about past
but that many times for from Lawley west to the State
Cabinet officials and Supreme Court Those seeking the court seats knew one reason or other, it failed Farm road (SR-16)). While things and when Alice makes

justices would be hiked from $34.000 what the jobs paid. They were more The mnlti-hillioii dollar life insurance to fill out.Speaking. berries are planted here and homemade scrapple a couple
of slices of
!! that golden
to 37500. district court of appeals than anxious to serve at the present there over this' area. It seems
is!! a cogent example of the Americuii'a desire! toprotect of Walter we also that most of the productionnow brown. w"Ith some., eggs and
from salary.
judges $28.000 to $30,000 circuit his tasted the steaming!! hot coffee makes a
own family. well-known "straw- Is centered along that-
judges from .$24,000 to $27,000 and There is a grave misconceptionwhen breakfast fit for a king.

public service commissioners from the people of Florida are told There is another kind of living insurance that wrapping.

$19,500 to 21500. Raises also wouldbe that It must raise the salary scaleof is just as important, just as!! vital to the American FLORIDA ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION PROGRAM

awarded to a number of other its top officials to attract outstanding family-the autoiiiohile seat hell. Sale of Christmas Seals for

officials. candidates and to keep the positions the 1943 Tuberculosis Drive ale l

Only recently a survey of legisla; In line with what is being paid The gruesome of netted $337. The Girl Scout .0 :
tors Indicated they favor raising their by private Industry. each monotony our fatality records!' Troop led bv Mrs!! Lemuel'

own pay to $10,000 annually. In addition Regardless of how much money the Holiday weekend may he averted . Colson helped the drive by
if drivers selling seals and bangles. Mrs
more and
House members now are author jobs pay, there are many persons The Cornell use !seat! hells.! Glen Duke was chairman of topics ?

ized to hire full-time secretaries while who simply are not attracted to public Aeronautical Laboratory says, "Your the drive for Bradford County.

Senators are allocated funds for an office. It also Is Important to remem- chances of suffering serious injury or death in in- By PAUL, C. FORAKER

administrative assistant plus a secretary ber that those who occupy top echelon jury-producing auto accidents are nearly i0() percent WAC recruiter for Bradford Editor. Information Services
County was Mrs. W H. Thom
positions In government are provided greater if you refuse to use a Mt'allu.It." son. Jr., daughter of Postmaster -

It is recognized that with annual office space, adequate staffs Including and Mrs Fred F, Stump. Gary L. is an alcoholic and Third Gary often shows evidence

sessions the state should pay its legislators secretarial help utilities, and trans- In 1963 while only 9 percent of the cars were as such he is different in his of marked hostility toward

more money. However whetherthe portation, frequently having an air- equipped, three-quarters of the drivers used them C. A. Futch! received a 40 personality moods reactions those closest to him. Perhaps
and activities from all other because he is so dependent however
pound package from the Solomon
figure should be set as high as craft at their disposal. The fringe on long trips and most! used them locally us!' well. Islands recently. After alcoholics. A five-year alcoholism this hostile core is usually

$10,000 a year is something else. benefits are high. the nails were pulled out of research program at Cornell repressed. Some of the excessive

Especially at a time when the stateIs The state Four years later, in 1967, 63: percent of the ears the wooden box and the contents University recently concludedthat guilt and remorse suffered by

facing a tremendous demand for definitely needs to adjustthe had seat hells, hut hardy half of the drivers used examined it was discovered "alcoholism Is not a single many alcoholics stems from the
pay of many of its employes so them entity or disease, but a symp- partial release of this hostility
on long trips and that his Lt. Mel'1'l11Futr.h
new expenditures and every sign only percent used! them son
that they will be more competitivewith tom associated with several illnesses under the influence of liquor.
to another tax locally. had sent a dlsmanteled "
points Increase thereIs
or syndromes. They remember "murderous"dreams
what Is being paid outside of Japanese rifle bayonet,
neither basis nor Justification for Yet even though the "typical" and hallucinations experienced
government. And the percentagetho testified that sword and saw. A rather impressive
they alcoholic described
Increasing the pay of the governor, never cannot be during a drinking

members of '* j cabinet or supreme However, for the most part this wore hells climbed from 10 to 17 percent hcluccn the package message to was the printedon effect precisely the vast majority do bout or are mortally afraid of
have in common four or five what they have done duringan
court Justice Includes those receiving pay below 1966 and 1967, because "there are no laws requiring that these weaoona were sent personality traits, From these a alcoholic blackout.

Campaigning for the-1970 gubernatorial .'. .flye, figures In such: .positions as secretarial seat hells to he worn." Why bother? with permission of his superior recognisable although sketchy Fourth Gary U an egocentric.

race is well over a year away custodial hospital. aides and *c. officers and were the personal profile of the alcoholic can be Characteristically he Is wrappedup

yet the list of prospective candidatesis attendants etc., not the governor, The record Memorial Day toll of 6211 traffic property of Futch drawn. in his own problems and concerns -
deaths, is First Gary has a low capacityfor and largely indifferent to
long. Each of those now enviously cabinet members state court and oth- why
Only handling tensions.
nbsut 200 acre of Anything the needs of others. Even those
eyeing the chief executive role occupied ers. Take a second to buckle up-it may save a lifetime strawberries were planted In that creates tension such as who are outwardly sociable often

by Gov. Claude Kirk Is well Lake. C.uv. Pfl" 1943. approximately 20 percent anger: anxiety hostility, frustration remain emotionally separate t

. of the normal planting In any of these appear to be from other people. It has been
-- ---- -- -- the heel" of the alco-
the county. The reasons given said that this egocentricity is
--- ---- ---
holic. has low thresholdfor
--- for ta: short a crop were the Gary a closely akin to the primary nar.clsslsm
'VI dry weather during the plant- feeling rejected; he has a seen In early infancy

25 Years AgoBy Inn season (few growers the readiness to withdraw or become when for the baby recognitionof
disorganized in the face of frustration his needs and their gratification
county had Irrigation at that own
I'L I II Alice McGarvty time.) The plants were co t1y. sidestep and! adversity troublesome; he situations tendsto Is the only reality.

also but the reason which was Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation
rI ; he makes concessions to
most re v>nslble. probably for Program Is in business to
avoid unpleasantness he tendsto
# "Miss Uiadforcl'of 1M3! :) \vafrcclvnaa -> the cut-back was the lack of ; help the 180.000 "Gary's" in the
I delay or avoid decisions he
jdKI I : Marian B''own, labor. Much of the usual labor fears committing himself in;any Sunshine State to point themIn
% wJi\ I was chosen at tdmce had Jobs In war-work and definite course of action. the direction of total sobriety

plvan in Uir Woman'- Club byte even many of the small growers Second Gary has a pronounced and useful living.
I t t: Junior Class or! mis. She had taken hlgh-paying dependency character- If you'd like more information

wns awarded a' silver anklet war-time john: r at Camp Bland- istic. The traits most character. on the Program or if you are
-. JI.lA by. the class.Representing. ing and other Army and Navy Istle of the alcoholic are those interested in the subject of alcoholism

;bJ V--cJ the sophomore JwfH, In fh,.- nrea., concurrent with infancy. The from any angle free
I I tt clan was Wanda Pierce at. chronic I alcoholic notoriouslyseeks literature Is yours for the asking.
tired in a reel net gown and Santa Fe JCI to be taken care of either Just write FARP's Information

wcarr.! ; a corsage of white by other people or by institu Services. Box 1147 Avon Park,
n"m'tn'..s. Ell's o...-een. wearing Now FullyAccredited tions. Fla., 33825.
I I tt blue lace and mar -
0 qulPtte with yellow chrysan- Area Candidates
Arts: John Arthur Williams
tlur..irns: represented the Santa Fe Junior College has Bachelor of Arts In Educa-
For UF
Junior class. The senior girl been admitted to full membership Degrees
t I tt chcsen was Betty Jean Wade tion.Others
In the Southern Association
In the area are:
You four Starko residents are
by subscribing
can save money or: renewing who wore blue marquisette' of Colleges and Schools
Sandra Sanders. Keystone
rnndtdates for degree' at the
complemented with a corsageof after only two years of operation end of the fall quarter at Wo/ Heights 'Master of Education:
cd the the red roses.
subscription to Telegraph at
t your I tt "Miss Bradford wore an it was announced by University of Florida. They James Michael Hitchcock. Rat-
Dr. Felix Robb executive director are: ford. Bachelor of Fine Arts:
aqua gown trimmed with
present rates during December of the association. Richard Lee Hobbs Bachelor Jnllannft V. Nelson, Melrose
pleated ruffling and a
corsageof Alter being established by
of Science In Business Bachelor of Education; and
Picardy gladlolas. She was
t the 1965 Florida Legislature
t II Carmellta Float.
escorted by Billy Miles. Administration: Jean Reese
Santa Fe opened its doors in
Bachelor of Science; DonaldRobert Bachelor of Arts In Education.2'T .
September 1966 with an unexpectedly
The "Good Old Days" were Thompson. Bach Icr of
large enrollment of
I I talked about 25 years ago as 1,099 students, and has experienced
they are by older folks today. rapid growth since that '

: Some of the things longed time. Enrollment for the current
by Nat Sternberg were"The fall term Is more than :
1 1 pies Mrs. Sallle Alvarez twice that at the time of open-
used to make when she operated -
t the Starke HouseThe college has ]progressed(!
I corn bread sticks at Mrs. Dur- beyond our expectations."
t den's
Hampton Motel-The says Dr. Joseph K. Fordyce
fried speckled perch out of
president of the Institution,
IN TRADE AREA SAVE OUT OF COUNTY Varnes Lake cooked over a "both In the vocational and .w fL138I

(Includes Keystone Heights) Or Trade Area t camp fire by such chefs as the college programs and we
Albert Anderson
Jim Horns-
MONEY will continue the expansion of
One Year 5.00 by. Joe Truby, and Dock existing programs and the addition .
One Year 5.50 "
A of various other programs Lets 6a Boating 1&*

I 6 Months 2.75 6 Months 3.00 Red Cross-workers Shoppedfor the particular and courses needs to of meet the :

Christmas presents for soldIers "

: 3 Months. v 1.50 RENEW 3 Months who were hospitalized at area.Dr. Fordyce pointed out that

I' .10.00't Camp Standing. Most of them Santa Fe has now expanded By Lynn
wanted .. V H.inilHon. of Southern Marine
2 Years 9.00 NOW 2 Years presents for their 10 a two-sate campus with the .
mothers. wive, sweetheartsand DISC: HIDIM; is llic ,Ii... This keeps il un u plumunil -
I sometimes for their chil use by the college this year of 1.'tXI'F.; SI.l': maters it ruiiirr. l.. ...."'r" .
the former Hotel Thomasbuilding' T. .shirt lie un the ,Ii... Hilli li'gK
\\ illi u minimum, ,. of ,powiT, and I .
dren.Mrs. He said plans are truiliiiK, b. bind' and.
Ruth Dunn' was chairman :now ryuipurnt| | it i It p".iL6| to *burr, llif' .... you.. on. tup
being finalized for the ,llic. llinll of( Hutcr ftkiing nting. u ".r. II. vtriglit i 'if >our,
t of the
committee which new permanent campus in .HIM. IT to okini llii'' ",,"'r. 'Ilii, int'xpfiiHit upper, burly un your rlhoHi .and, cvtinil ,
ALSO started the project. Those northwest .. your arm out it"rui lq. Hull. )
ON JAN. 1 THE SINGLE COPY PRICE Gainesville near Interstate ; ** form of (1""li"I) fun n .
:helping thr |I.uw bur ,
were' : Mrs. Marian 75, which will be 'quirt" ), only| .u ilitt or tiuiirr..., ,tow .rrurrly..s the liuuttnlla
MelssnT., Mrs. Ruth Whlte- ready for the lint and.. I lift-, JIM kit. \n> ontlioiinldual tinilur lo. u planr.ljilt', your.

t ON NEWSSTANDS house, Mrs. Vivian Hill Mrs. college In 1971.occupancy by |p".I "l y u motor, of ;i'/' ] or ....furKunl. .... sad, grl into. u. knt-rl-, I
OR BY CARRIER Rita inoriliorirpouiT., iniliiiliiil. inn) ( .ili. Tlirn slid uni.., foul
Cashen. '
Mrs. Beulah | limiiyflailing furHunl. ., Hut un.. the ilnc.To .
disr ri.I'r.
Kostek. Mrs. Eleanor Mtt.ch.i ,motor run..,pull.. u 'loud) up" liuliuii'f )unr HriiiliiKilli .,
BARBARA MARIE DIGCS The Ii. ilirlf i i. .lIy ronrtlrni" Inl
*: i(Mrs. Edith DeLong. and :Mrs. ... uniliunil. un tin- dire lulu,
4 WILL BE 15 PER COPY ON DEAN'S LIST of .rh. ,ply\tuoil. Jilt HirlMliri'Hi .
tin foul the. ,
t L Katherine Drew. Miss to ::113)' fci-l in illumrliT.Tom un. nor.ide U ilipp| <|
Barbara .
Marie Ttiesi. forward Krrping! your Height .hr.Lind .
DOTH in, t. ill'"'''* Motor"
After Choosing the gift the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. uulrr' ski uilviior and former i. bona till rrntrr of thr iii.., Mmxl
A ladles took them for the sol Ralph Dlggs, of Starke was "pion liM. tilt. following point foriiiiik in.'brs lip" with .your. fffl from 12 lo t 18
A dier's approval on the Dean's List for the fall | niuMrry of lliiporl.', Vrrorilinn uaart.Inrr |
and so they quarter at the University of In Dorwin, liuliinrr i is lli' <* moM ) you hll\" gut I lie kiurk ofMuniling
might show them to their bud run. Dart. tu liars
--- = = i important' tiling rriiirinlirr.. yon u
= to hrrp
.al/tRa ---J Southern Mississippi In Hat-
fi> tritk .
dies then helped In the gift tlesburg. your Mrighl, lightly to the rrur of H .ling.I. that kri-p 1 llie sport. ill.trrr




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TWELVE . ._. THE' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH._STARKE. FLORIDA .... ..................... ..... ..... .... ...... ... .
Tobacco ; ,.. < Flue-Cured QuotasTo t

About The Same
Remain An investment in Your Future -

Secretary of Agriculture Orvllle milled in writing and some of I ITvNtora

quota a L.of 1961 Freeman 1,127 flue-cured million has announced tobacco pounds-., those amour favored expressed of the a reduction at quota the and In meeting the In IJ ., ..r 1Jt1 liP ate d 11111 IiJ iJI! ,

about the came as the poundage the national average yield : 1f' 1.

four quota years.In The effect national the average past the goal majority for rext of year.views! However present.,' 'ic"lJit I llW !! UI 8t1 Wll QI lil'' jwkMnn h, ton ** Mar hood M I

yield goal for 1969 remains ed favored a 1969 quota and __ .. ,................ .. .. ._ .. .._.......__ _
'JI.-- 'OI01'"""fflH .HII ><> "" "-- ""L"JJ < ''''' """ aa"iHiiiiiew_witw_....... _,_ ,
unchanged at 1,854 yield (goal at about the same '.... !\\1__f>''jI.-'' ife'iJlE1I.BRONN '0... ",,,,,''',,,, .. ".. ",,,{I''liliIH':!' U!! "'" ''H_ -,.."' '""' 'wv m .nmm ,
pounds per acre, and the 'national level as I In prior years.
allotment of Flue-cured tobacco Is grownIn CALVARY BAPTIST BAPTIST
60?,9J9 acres for 1969 Is about Alabama. Florida Geor Sunday School. 10 .. m, MornIngr CHURCH., HIGHWAY U N. I I1GR.
the same as In prior years. ala North Carolina, South Worship: U a. m. Training Sunday School, 9:43: a. m, .r' _
Acreage allotments and Carolina, and Virginia //Union. 8:30: p., m. Evening .Service Morning .Worship. 11. Tralninc :
poundage quotas for Individual 7:30.: Prayer Meeting :Wed. Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening!: Service 1l
7:30. !Midweek Prayer Ber- 1'i lIilll ail II I
farms will be about the nesday. 7:30: p. m.r-&ev B. H. : C
same In 1969 as in prior years Baptist Choir Butler, pastor. vlcj, 7:30.: !, jf
except for ouota artlustmeuts -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, Pastor l I! \N17ii j jx
icflectiner oxer-marketings and Will Present DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH t 7 j II lRI at

undermarketlngs of poundage 'The Messiah'The BROOKER GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH. ,l it1itiF I
School, 10 a. m. Morntna.WorsbJo. ,
Under School, 10 m. Mora- Sunday
quotas In prior' years. Sunday a. ':
: A r "
and 7 fFf .
11 p. .
acreage poundage market- First Baptist Church? the' Worship 11 a. m. Training Dolma I t I I
m.-lBol''. Fred pastor HT'wrsday ,
tog quotas if the marketing' Choir! will present Christmas Union 6:30: p. m, Evening' Service t
from a farm In any year are portions of "The Messiah" oratorio 730.; -Rev Lacy Conway. Visitation, 10 a. m. f 5 V \\I 0J II
lets than the poundage quotafor by Handel at 7:30: p.m. pnstor. .I.I I
and 7 p. m.NEW I Il ; (]{ 11 i
the farm, the difference Is
added to the farm's quotas Sunday.The oratorio Dec. consists of a NORTHSIDE BAPTIST RIVER BAPTIST' f..__ j I ill t

(both acres and pounds. ) for' series of Biblical texts sung CHURCH Sunday \School, 10 a. m. Morn. It _____ __ ''ill '!III1 11
the following year. Likewise by the chorus connected by Located on: Bayless Highway( Ing Worship. 11 .. m. Training Iljl'I 'I1 I IIII
any marketings In excess of solo and recitative passages (SR 223 at Ralford Boat1SR Union, 7 P. m. Evening Worship 10011111 II II.1I1'li111H j
a farm's poundage quota are by Mrs. Lloyd Macy, Mrs. ( 16)), 8 p. m. Wednesday night service III I j i j IIIi! I111111I1,
deducted from the farm's quo Services: Sunday School 10 wel II ,
Joan Chitty and MLss Carol 7:30: p. m. Everyone
tabotb' acres and pounds) and a. m.: Sunday Morning Worship, Parker, pastor. b 1111'
Handy sopranos Mrs. come-L. L.
for the following year. As in Don Neel. alto. ,iH a. m.; Training: Union, 6:30: t jI1 II ,Ij I H, 4I
E iill I t
the pat t. a small acreage will "The Messiah" has been a p. m.' : Evening Service, 7-.30: CHURCH OF CHRIST I f l IIj 1 11
be reserved In 1969 for' esta1) traditional Christmas favorite Midweek Prayer Service. Wednesday Sunday: Bible Study 10 A. m.; i i f ; l! !{
for farms 730Rev.: ( Glenn Law- i l E i iEIl
lishing/ allotments with audiences' all over the : Morning' Worship and Commune !
having no flue-cured tobacco world since Its first perform hon, pa tcl', ion Service. 11 ,a. m. Evening j I IIr
acreage history durlrg the ance Bt concert in DVWIn.Ireland 6:00.WednesSay: EIl J IIUt IiIII m
a BAYLESS HIGHWAY services I E ii;tili !+ tt s Ei;tt{ !h{ !!(! !
plot[ 5 ears, for correcting er- ] In 1742. Hansel T .* Worship service 7 I
ors and for adjusting Inequities the ina inday School, 10 am.; Morn
A notice! of determinationsto itiC Warship Service, 11 a, m.: NORTHSIDE BAPTIST ,t LITTLE FRIENDAny I
be made with respect) to ChoirWill Training: Union, 6:30: p. m.; Evening CHURCH !
the 1969 quota was printed in : : ; Worship. 7:30: p. m. Schedule of service! : Sunday. t .(
the FR of October is. The notice Present Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, School 9:45: a. m. Morning Wor ,X mother can tell about a child's I
mated! t fiat! legislation! re- 7:30: p. m.: O. A. Meeting Wed. 10:45: a. m. Training Union '
qu'-fs' thlt.t'le Scrt>tiry de. Musical PlayThe ne
tl'rm'ne and annouice' the hearsal, Wednesday: 7:30: p. m.: 7:45.: Mid-Week Prayer 'Service. t !4;: _.J_. PKETEXD that they live in. They
last Mon-
the amount of rational! marfcetinc Older Children's Choir Diotherhood meeting (Wednesday: 7:45: p. m. I
quota' the national, averse of the First United Methodist .diy! 1n each month. Rev. David confide in the doll reprimand

vieM goal, and national: Church will present a Christ :Jtidelroi, pastor FIRST PRESBYTERIAN .t The Church is God's appointed agency in this world them, and care for them.
_ nciair( allotment! for the 199!); mas play with music entitled Sunday School 9:45: a. m. for spreading the knowledge of HIS love for man and
c'c01! flti-cu-ed tb"cci no "The DTum", by Katherine CHURCH OF GOD Morning Worship. 11 a. m, Youth of His demand for man 'to respond to that I love by t
1.tl"I'" than Dec 1. The notice 422 N. St Clair St., Starke. Choir Practice The church is a real and true
K. Davis, at the Evening Worship Fellowship 6 p. m. loving his neighbor. Without' this grounding in 'the
stated further that consideration ; Hour on December 15. IS iiday Schocl 10 a. m. Worship Wednesday 8 p. m. t love of God no government' or society or way of lift f i'iend. The church may be counted
and 7:30
would be given to any The Choir, directed by Mrs. :Service 11 a m. : p. Rev. Robert D. Burch will long and the freedoms which w* hold t
data, views and ,recommenda-. Robert Strunk. will be assisted in, Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:30: on in times of need, in times of
so dear will inevitably perish Therefore, even from
Chester J. Snooppe:
tlons pertain!** to the l> m.-Rev. BAPTIST CHURCH
prooos- by members of the Chamcel RAIFORD
ptor. a selfish point of vi.w.one should support 'the Church trouble, and in times of soirow.The .
ed determinations submittedin :> of services: Sunday t
Choir and the MY?. Schedule
for'the sake of 'the welfare of himself and his family.
wrltlna. In addition a widely Miss Debbie Davenport will HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH School 10 a. m. Worship, 11 a. chinch also wants to share in f
leyond that, however, should uphold
publicised meeting; was sing the part of the drummer (Highway 100 at Theressa) m. and 7:30: p. m. Training' Union every person
held and participate in the Church because it tells the 'truth your times of joy.
n Raleigh N. C. on November m.-Rev. Jack
boy. and William A. Kelly will Sunday School-10 a. m. 6:30: p.
IS to discuss the supPly portray' the peddler. Membersof Morning' Worship.-11 a. m, Etolte, pu tor.PINE t about' man's life, death' and destiny; the truth which
and demand outlook and the MYF will be acting out Training Unlon-33.30: p. m. alone will set him free to live as a child of God. ".4 j.ic'lIcllol'ttfl, at all times. f

to obtain views and recommendations the First Christmas as the Evening Worship-7:15: p. m. LEVEL BAPTIST. .
t with respect to story unfolds. Everyone is invited Wednesday! :! Night Prayer Ser Sunday School,.10 .. m. MornIng .i..a.eM
''he ivo! !) aunts.Department Prefer- Irnl.lillIWIII..
to attend this meaningful vices-7:30-: ( p. m. Rev Merle Worship, 11 a. m. II t
officials! stated Interpretation of the 'Packham, pastor. vices (Booster Band Young
that tome of the views sub Christmas Story People and Prayer Service), 6

FIRST ASSEMBLY: OF GOD P, m. Evening Worship, 7 p. m. t
OF STARKE Midweek Service
I West Weldon:! St. and Raiford 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers, D. D., tt 1
Road pastor
Sunday School: 10:00: a. m t
.. ,
11:00 a. m. Morning Worship: GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH t
6:00: p, m. C. A. Services; 7:00p : STARKE
m Evangelistic Services. Sunday Sc! ool. 10 a, m. Morning .
Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. Midweek Warship: 11. Tiali'ng! Ul- t FAULKNER HURST SHELL STARKE 66"
Prayer Msetlng isn 6 p. m Evening WOf1 ,
Pastor: Lester F. Richardson. :7. Wednesday Prayer Service., GULF SERVICE SERVICE SERVICEU.HAUL
'7:30Rev.: Virgil Lovett pas'tor.
CHURCH: OF GOD t RENTALS Carl Hurst Phone 964611124HR. Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231

422 N, St. Clair 'St. Staike. SMYRNA MISSIONARY Tire TrulngHeadlight
7JOFF Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor BAPTIST CHURCH
ship. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sun. 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday services t Truck Trailer Adjusting
day. Prayer Meeting' 7:30: p,m.Fi : Sunday School, 10 *. m. .! t
'iday.-Rev. Chester J, Shoup. preaching 11. a. m. Training Complete Lubrication :/ Brake Service

;3e, pastor. Union, 5:45: p. m. Evening WOThlp Minor Tune-Ups Wheel Balance and A
f ;. .r:,,
.. 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. :: I
-Elder A, O. Flynn, pastor WRECKER SERVICE Alignment ,
1011 N.
Temple Avenue
Sunday Church School Sunday Service: Sunday PHONE 964.5899
9:45: am.: Morning Worship. 'School. 9:45 a. m. Morning-Worship I *10 S. Temple Starke AU Minor Repairs ,
% 11 a.m.: Christmas Tree Decorating 10:45: a. m. Evening Service .
617 N. Temple Ave. -
party for MYF. 5:30: 6:30: p. m. Midweek Service
p.m.; "The Drum" by Katherine : Wednesday. 7:15: p. m. STARKE BUILDERS t
K. Davis, a Christmas Charles! Reese, mlnlstei
play with music, sung by the SUPPLIES, Inc. h: LAWSON
Older Children's Choir, with ST. "RK'S EPISCOPAL t t
MYF members assisting, 7:30': CHURCH STARKE MEAT MARKET
pm. Sunday Services: Featuring Ace Hardware OF STARKE, INC

'Monday Jr. Old Scouts, 8:30: a. m. Holy Eucharist.. AND COLD STORAGE
3:15: pm.: MYF Wesley 9:30: a. m. Church School. t Complete Paint Supplies Buffet Lunch $1.25 t
We Specialize In Custom Slaughter
Sub-District Meeting in Lake 10:30: a. m. Family Service. and Sporting I Goods
11 A. M. to 2 P. M.
City 7:30: p.m. (Holy Eucharist Lat and 3rd log:, Cutting'and Wrapptnff-
"Tuesday Jr. GUI Scouts, Sundays: Morning Prayer 2nd t
3:15: pm. and 4th Sundays). "Check With Us First" Buffet Dinner $1.75 Preparedtfor Deep Frwz t

Wednesday Younger Chil -J, Thomas Staab Rector 219 Washington St. 964-5270
dren's Choir Rehearsal 3 5 P. M. to 9 P. M. WHOLESALE

pm.: Children's Division HAMPTON CHRISTIAN t ,
Christmas 3:45 CHURCH' AND RETAIL
Party : pm: U. S. 301 North Ph. 964.7600
Prayer Meeting and Bible Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn Phone 964-7059) ,
Study 7:30: pm.: Chancel Inc Worship at 11. Evening
Choir Rehearsal 7:43: pm. Worship, 7:50.:: Rev. Carl t FLORIDA
Thursday Chancel Choir Clarke pastor. DAD & BRAD SALES f

Rehearsal 7:43: pm. NEW METHOD
Choir Rehearsal 3:30 p.m.
Saturday Christmas Caroling Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn. OMTROL CLEANERS t
PORTABLEOR Party for Adults 6:30: Ing Worship! at 11, Training 24Ft. Wide
pm. Union 630.: Wednesday night j --. at. Udder New Ownership
Rev. DeWitt T, Farabee Jr., Prayer Meeting', 7.30: followed Also 12Ft. Wide Your Certified Master t t.u.
STANDARD Pastor by choir practice. Starke Nursing -
Home service 2:43: p. m. Cleaner
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH -Rev. Melvin Hamel, pastor. 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla. Campers and Traveltrallers
NEW OR USED STARKE Free Moth-Proofing t
Opportunities of service: OAK GROVE BAPTIST Phone 964.5745 for FREE Keystone Heights
Sunday CHURCH,:: Free Pick-Up and Delivery
Morning Worship School at 9:43: 11: am.ser Sunday School. 10 a. m. I Inspections and Estimates and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473.4320
FROM NOW UNTIL 311 N. Temple Ph. 964-5701
mon, "0 Holy Night" Intermediate Morning Worship at 11. Training t
GA meets at the Union. 6:45.: Evening Worship -
home af the leader Mrs. Ruth _. 7.30: .-Rev. Luther A. Men WILLIAMSJEWELRY BRADFORDABSTRACT
Reynolds. 12:13: pm. Associa- EDWARDSGrocery t
tional Christmas Carol Sing, STREET
Dedan Baptist Chinch, 2pm. BAPTIST CHURCH CO. and Market
Training Union 6:13.: Evening Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. t
Worship. 7:30: ; the Church Morning Worship at 11, Youth Official Class Rings Better Service For Your Groceries-Meats-Feed t
Choir will present "The Mes Choir Practice, 4:30: pm,
.siah" by Handel. Youth Fellowship Supper, 5:43.: Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems GAS AND OIL
MondayYouth Choir Prac Training Union, 6:13.: WMU
tlce 7 p.m.Tuesday Prayer' Circle, 7:15: Evening t BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts Jack and Gladys Edwards t

Junior' Choir Worship. 7:30.: 142 W. Cal: St. Starke Title Insurance U. S. 301 South Starke
\ Sunbeams. 3:30: pm. Primary TuesdayRA meeting,. 6:30:
Choir GA meeting 4:20.: pm. I t Phone 964-7064 t 158 W. CaD Ph. 964-6881 PHONE 964-5312
AT THE Wednesday Family Night Wednesday Christmas f
Supper 6 pm. Placing] of Play. 7:30: p.m.
gifts for Lottie Moon Offering Thursday Sunbeams and CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.
on tree: Santa presents gifts GA's, 3:30: p.m. '
BRADFORD COUNTY to children 630.: Carol Sing Owned By Those We Serve la Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better t

and music program. 7 pm. ADDING MACHTNESi Manual .
Electrically"-Keystone H.lahPh 473-4911
Thursday Visitation 7 or cUeUle. For asia! I
pm.Saturday rent. And subtract credit bal t
Youth Choir ance.- Bradford County.U-
Carol Sing 7:30.:
graph I I II t.
I 6 64rruJrw.
.r'" alli.] -is:r aW t- e a - ...L '1 r--u.

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THURSDAY DBC. U. 1968 -1
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Church attended a roller-skat Baptist Church, with Mr and test In Ocala Saturday.. Mr*. Can Circle will sell dinners .
HAMPTON ing party at Lake Butler Mrs. Bill stone Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Dyal. Mr. Charles from the church kitchen
Thursday evening last week, E. L. Birt. Vedro Salter Mrs. Hicks and her parents Mr. Sunday School will be held
with Mr. and Mrs. !Mark Norman Melvin Hamel. and Otis Mel and Mrs. J. L. Dykes, attend) at 9:30: with Mrs. Alberta
By Mrs. D. E. BUI. Donald Slade. !Mrs. Ara-. ton as chaperones. ed- Susan Dyal plays In the by: In charge. Morning service RiaoI I
old Haddock and Mrs. Harry Hampton Baptist church BHS band, and Debbl Hicks In 11] a, m and Z p.m. The congregation
HAY RIDE Lasseter and Rev. Carl Clarkeas sponsored a float In last Fri the GHS band. Both band will form a motorcade
Hampton chaperones. day's Christmas parade in participated In the Ocala at the church to render
a hayrld 4-R Is sponsoring! A Christmas fellowship sup. Starke. Riding on the float t Christmas. parade following service at White Springs Rev.
from Friday, Dec 13. per Is planned at the home were Carolyn Kennan, Paula the band contest. Jasper Williams, pastor
Hampton 6 to 10 p.m. by the old of Rev. and Mrs. Carl Clarke Kennan Stephanie Kennan, A birthday dinner was civ Mt. Pisgah AME Church .,
is 25, School. Admission In Gainesville on Tuesday Greg Slade Kelly Slade Alan en in honor of Mrs. J. L Slade Rev. George Young pastor.
to raise cents and the project is night, Dec. 17 for the entire Birt, Randy Hicks. and Laurie and Mrs. C. W. Slade at the Sunday School. 10 a.m. MornIng -
for money for a new flag church. The covered-dish Hicks. home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Service 8:30: p.m All
group. The local 4-H. supper will be at 7 p.m PERSONALS Slade at Hampton Lake Saturday members. and friends Invitedto
sponsored by assistant county On Saturday afternoon Dec Walter Young of New Jersey evening. Both of the attend.
agent Bobby Taylor meets 21, the beginner, primary and was here from !Monday Mrs. Slades had birthdays dur- Pleasant Grove Methodist ,r
every other Monday in the junior age children of the through Wednesday last week ing the put week. Church, Rev. H. P. Hudson
auditorium of the old school, Christian church will have a following the death of his Mrs. Foster Hayes entered pastor. Services will begin I
with afternoon the next meeting Monday Christmas party at Hampton brother Howard Young. :Bradford County Hospital in with Church School at 10 a.m
CHURCH, December 16. City Hall at 2:30: p.m. Miss Myrtle Watterson will Starke Monday for treatment. with Supt. Leo DeSue !in
NEWSApproximately A skating party was held leave this week for Danla, N. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Estes' from 60 people* Tuesday evening last week at C. for the Christmas holidays. son underwent surgery at the a, m. Afternoon service, 4 p..
Hampton Christian Lake Butler for the Hampton planning to return later In the University of Florida" Medical m.

f................. winter to Hampton. Center last week. Greater Allen Chapel AME
Rudolph De-Water will spend
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smithof Church, Rev. L. A. Sampson
the Christmas holidays In Gainesville are parents of a pastor. Church School, 10 a.m.
: New York with his brother.Mr. .
DATSUN daughter, born Tuesday. Dec. Morning Service. 11 a.m.
and Mrs. Arthur Thorn. 3, in Alachua General Hos- Choir Union 3 pm. Evening! Why make it a festive
ton of Lawtey
were Monday
pital, Gainesville. They are service 6 p.m Visitors always
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. former residents of Hampton. welcome. holiday for burglars ?
: r r-- 1- I Lester McCullough In Hamp. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer May Parents are asked to please
t ,. I ,_ ton. f\\ are the parents of a son born send the children out to practice With all the
..... \..... -' Edna M Eayre was taken to Wednesday. Nov. 27 at Alach- for the Christmas pro coming and going the
t: f' Jb.r"'i t t" lt.. the Starke Nursing' Home lastweekend ua General Hospital. Mrs. !gr am. Practice schedule will hours away from home shopping the
several after having spent Minnie Marclonny of Hampton be. announced at each practice relaxed holiday spirit, your home is fair
: day In the
.1' University is the new baby's great-grand ti me. for
:Medical Center Gainesville.P. Antioch M. game burglars! There also are more
mother.Mr. B. Church Choir
H. Lott and P. H. Lot) and Mrs. Richard Davieof will celebrate their 10th anniversary chances for fires. Remember: It costs so
Jr. drove to Stewart Miss fesppnt Severn, Md. visited In on Friday, Dec. 13, at little to safeguard your jewelry, Important
tives. Thanksgiving with rela- Hampton with her parents Mr. 8 p.m. Everyone Is invited. papers, other valuables, when you
and Mrs. Leroy Rhoden last The following choirs will be
: DEMONSTRATOR Mrs. Robert Cox of Orange 'week. The Davies planned to present: Church of God in Rent a safe deposit box here..and now!
: Park
spent Thursday last leave for Maryland Thursday Christ, New Bethel Choir No.
week here with !Mrs. Markleo where he is stationed at Ft. 1. Free Will Choir No. 1, Ebe-
: SALE Norman. George Meade. nezer, and Allen Chapel Choir
: David Brown and R. & Carl Trisler and son. Ralph, No. 1, all of Starke: Bethel
NOW Brown and L, D. Brown drove left lastII'eekend for their Choir Penney Farms; Melrose -
to Pensacola Sunday to visit former home In Go&sport Choir No.1; Philadelphia
their sister, Mrs. Ella Cox Ind., to visit Mr. Trisler's sister Baptist Church. Lawtey; also
Godding & Clark Motors + who has been 111. who is very ill. the Singing Wonder and BSA's
Bands from
in Starke Mr. and Mrs. Robert Darrah from Jacksonville and a local
101? SOUTH MAIN GAINESVILLE 378-2311 nod GHS In Gainesville each) from
: and daughter have moved Lawtejr
won superior ratings in the back to their home on State FLORIDA
......... ........h district marching band con- Road 323 south of Hampton. SICK MEMBERS

They had moved recently to ... ...,
Mooresvllle, S. C. MJulia Albert Is In ttie ':yOi, / :' ; > ,. f

r"AT" P"INTYOUR and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Parncll j hosplfal.! She would aooreclate .. ,.'B'"CN,1K"' I'M, .' 1 ''I"" !"S"j,1: 'IlK'I ,'R" I'K'uS. ., .. ...'t I
MARY CARTER sons moved last weekend
visits and cards
from your (lI'etII'ell
Hampton to Columbia, :
STORE S. Mrs. Leintine Cuffee is also Member Federal Deposit :Insurance; Corp.

(. 0< and C.Mr.. and family Mrs.attended F. P.church Loll \sick with at flu home.and Is Your now visits improving One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group

.. would; hf appreciated
r : Sunday and dinner at Worthington -
Springs. -
y Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Baker
and family of Tallapoosa Ga.,
\I are visiting his brother and -..
cister-in-law, Mr.
I and Mrs.
3tI Jeff Baker and family, GO FOR PENNIES
;;;; -', _::I '1, Wood.his mother, Mrs Bessie ..... S\ \

Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall t-
WHEN YOU BUY spent several 11
days last week fSs With a Good
with the R. O. Copelands In
Valdosta, Ga.

of Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs. were Frank Monday Hardin \ G\_ _.-I Used Car at

visitors of Mr and' Mrs, K. B. .

Watferson.SCHOOL NEWS \ ._o Budget Prices from
"Hampton .
Elementary School,'
intermediate students attend.
," ed a reading of Dickens' TROPICAL PONTIAC
"Christmas Carol" at the Uni

I.r I.. D4 9 cZ udK4 ROL-HIDE In versity Gainesville of Florida last Auditorium Friday 1966 FORD ._
evening --r- ---- --
by Dean
r J ONE COAT Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lester Warne Hale.Wil Four-door sedan, blue with white top, V8 engine .
NO DRIP LATEX WALL PAINT liam Clyatt Mr. Maureen automatic transmission, factory air con 1967 VOLKSWAGEN

Paul and Donald Slade accompanied ditioning. Two-door sedan, red with black upholstery.
65 the students.
Reg. $1495
Friday afternoon at the $1595
JUST PER GALLON school Intern, teachers a party was honoring featured two

Barbara by intermediate students. Mrs. 1964 MG MIDGET 1966 VOLKSWAGEN

Gladys Tucker Anderson have and Miss Convertible, 4-ipeed, low mileage. Square Back sedans, two to choose from.

ed their term of Intern complet.work $1095 Your choice.
as of last week.
Mrs. Earselene
frK n / began
tuft work as a new
b r at Hampton Elementary 1966 THUNDERBIRD

w School last week, working Two-door hardtop, light blue with white top 1965 FORD MUSTANG

,panw crt111 uaa r4N rj'r 1 with A the television]primary age grouP. Loaded, Including air conditioning. V-8 engine, floor shift, local one owner car.

'r Plr9 k,1'' cf.uaI&4 rN feature of last at Hampton week, set Schools is a new as $2895 $1395

Mrs.. according t to
Maureen Paul, principal.

mm& OTTO se m m' e34&ceaua MicoI schedule for programs are the received various on the at classes ETV the 2-ipeed 250 H.P.1966 axle diesel CHEVROLET, fifth engine wheel.5-ipeed TRACTOR transmissIon, Hardtop, blue 1966 with PONTIAC black vinyl GTO top.

ROL-EZE ONE COAT $3395 $1995
News About

Colored Citizens 1967 OLDSMOBILE
Vista Cruiser, loaded including factory air
t Convertible, beige with white top, V-8 engine conditioning, '
RECREATION NEWS automatic transmission

$730GALLON In basketball last week the $1095 $2995
Reg. Falcons defeated Lake Butler
by a score of 10953. In another

game Saturday night,, the 1966 PONTIAC
Hawks won 79-76 over the 1967 CHEVROLET
Phantoms. This will be the last Catalina station wagon, full power and factory
Camera 2-door
1 1S hardtop, gold with black top. air conditioning.
week to sign up fcr City
4r League Basketball for boys $2195 $2195
9-17 You may sign up dally at
the Recreation Center from 4
cM1ff r to 6:30.:
+.an Play will begin Saturday 1966 PONTIAC 1964 PONTIAC

Cafd Nandfpingr morning Dec. 21, at the RJE Bonneville, 4-door hardtop, red with white top. Bonneville, 4-door hardtop, full power, air
.. gym at 10 a.m. Loaded, including factory air conditioning conditioning.
The annual Coronation, the $2195 $1295
crowning of Miss RJE for
II WHEN YOU BUY 2 OR' e 1968-69. will be held Friday
evening at 6:30.: :Miss Ester
Barber is the winner.
PAN & ROLLER SET PLASTIC DROP CLOTH Following the crowning
I ceremony, the boys will play ,',\\\",' ''i'IIlllll/1t
Il 9\12 size, Touch ('tear..lcetate Fessenden High, and the girls :
Reg. $1.29 NOW will play Murray High girls. :10"s
.l Re?. 29c NOW 19c This is the Homecoming activity. 'NO DOWN PAYMENT ervlce is Our Business'TROPICAL.

t SAVE 6K L SAME will Game. be The time.held crowning 7:30.in: the cafetorlum.ceremony 1957 Chevrolet $295 I .

ouR Greater Free Will Baptist, 1959 MGA 295

r Church No. 1 .:will Monday rehearse.night.Tuesday Choir 1960 I A Ad961 C

t nIght hearse Choir Wednesday No.3, will night re, Opal Sta. Wag. 195 j PO N T

Prayer Rambler
nIght Ladles Circle will meet
at the home of Mrs. Rebecca Jli \ I! Gainesville

Mary Carter Paints meet Allen night,at on Lie the Estelle Prayer home St. Band of Friday Mrs will //1/II)IJ lit j ".\\\\\\' i 2101 N.. Main Street 3722583I'

102 E. Brownlee St. Phone 961.7025 Lewis McKay on Old Lawtey
Road. Saturday night, the I


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Flue-Cured Tobacco QuotasTo t !

Remain About The Same AI vestment in Your Future t tl'11

Secretary ct Agriculture Orvllle mitted In writing and !some of .". .
at the meeting

quota about age a quota L.of the 1969 Freeman 1.127 same In Hue-cured effect million as: has the the announced tobacco pounds pound-past the those amour'goal favored national for expressed of rext the a reduction year.average quota However and in:yield the In,' 1f IE tl1j lID le 111 d1J Ilf III 181" ,

four years. The national average the majority of views present. :(: ywr rages k toga shit yag MN M sh4" I
for I960 remains ed l favored a 1969 quota and ; :::
yield unchanged at 1,854 yield !goal at about the same .._--->- .........' .._,,,._.____ v 4"_" ''L "HII .II.............. ,y _.., -- .mm..mn ...
pounds per acre, and the national level as in prior :years.!
allotment of Flue-cured tobacco Is grown CALVARY BAPTIST HEILBRONN BAPTIST i
_ acreage
607.929 acres for 1969 Is about in Alabama. Florida Georgia Sunday School. 10 m. Moraine CHURCH, HIGHWAY U N. t

the same as In prior years. North Carolina! South Worship 11 a. m. Training Sunday School 11.9:43: Training a. m. t I t all tt
Acreage allotments and Carolina, and Virginia /Union 8:30: p.,m. Evening Ser Morning -Worship. -
Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser
individual Meeting Wed.ncsday.
poundage quotas for vice 7:30.: Prayer t
Prayer ser- tt
vie :
farms will be about the 7:30: p. m-Xlev R. U. igJ
Baptist Choir pastor. vic3, 7:30.: _
same In 1969 as In prior years Butler Howe Pastor
L. Tommy
except for Quota adlustments: -
Will Present t tRev
imdermarketlngs of poundaee 'The Messiah'The
Mora Sunday School. 10 .. m. Morn. : r'\
10 a. m. ntry.
prior Under Sunday
quotas In years. and 7.p.mwJBev. Ar
poundage marketing ins Worship 11 a. m. Training i'redJohns t
acreage First flautist Church '. pastor to
quotas If the marketingfrom Choir will present Christmas 'Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Service -. ; *r Oki i t
farm In any year are 730.; -Rev. Lacy Conway
a portions of "The Messiah" oratorio Thursday-Visitation. 10 a. m. tl.tl.i i itill
less than the poundage quota by Handel at 7:30: p.m. pnstor. and 7 p. m.NEW i (}
for the farm the difference Is Sunday. Dec. 15. :till
added to the farm's quotas The oratorio consists of 8 NORTHS1DE BAPTIST RIVER BAPTIST ( rflI t

(both acres and pounds for series of Biblical texts sung CHURCH Sunday \School 10 ... m. MornIng ,
the following year. Likewise by the chorus connected by Located on: Bayless Hlghwiy Worship 11 .. m. Training _ f I
at Raiford Road I _ _
of SR
any marketings In excess solo and recitative passagesby ( Union 7 p. m. Evening Worship t
a. farm's poundage quota are Mrs. Lloyd Macy, Mrs. (SR 16)). 8 p. m. Wednesday night ser
deducted from the farm's quo- Joan Chitty, and Miss Carol Services: Sunday School vice. 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome tt
ta both' acres and pounds) Hardy sopranos and Mrs. a. m.; Sunday Morning Worship -L. L. Parker, pastor. i lilt f.!! it !!iillii i !
for the following year. As In Don Neel, alto. iH a. m.: T.-aning: Union' 6:30p. : tt t
the past t. a small acreage will "The Messiah" has been a m.; Evening service. >::30; CHURCH OF CHRIST
be reserved In 1969 for' estab- traditional Christmas favorite Midweek Prayer Service. Wednesday Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. m.: i ij
lishing allotments for farms 7:30: -Bev. Glenn Law- Worship and Communion
with audiences! all over the Morning .,
having no flue-cured tobacco world( since Its first performance hon pa;tcr. Service. 11 *. m. Evening j IEiIflill t
acrence history during the el a concert fn Di-Wln. services 6:00.Wednesday: ... li{illil+ iii illirilill, N illillfillllii7lirA
pnt 3 years for correcting: err Ireland] In 1742. liaiseof! ( BAYLESS :! Worship service 7 {
ors. and for adjusting inequ- the masterp: 'ce In 24 days.Children's BAPTIST CHURCH p. m. Minister Jack P. :Bell. I
ities. S-.mday: School 10 a.m.; Morning IT t
A notice of determinations Worship Service, 11 a. m.: NORTHSIDE BAPTISTCHURCH i LITTLE FRIEND
Talning: Union 6:30: p. m.; Eve- I
to be made with respect
the 1969 quota was printed in Choir; nla: I Worship, 7:30: p. m. Schedule of services: Sunday I I ,....
the FR of October lR. The notice Will Present Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Worj j Any mother can tell about child's, t
7:30: p. m.; O. A. Meeting Wed. Union
stated Training
that t legislation re- 10:45: a. m.
qu4''r* that the t S"cret hearsal, Wednesday: 7:30: p. m.; I ,
trnr'ne and announce the last Mon- 7:45. Mid-Week Prayer -.J PKETEXD that they live in. They
thr amount of national mar Older Children's Choirof Brotherhood meeting (Wednesday, 7:45: p. m.
kctlnir( quota the nations averree the First United Methodist, i.\y in each month. Rev. David confide in the doll, reprimand

: yleM goal and national Church will present a Christ- Mdelros pastor. FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday The Church Is God's appointed agency in this world them, and care for them.
ncreairal'Mment! !: tor the 199!); mas play with music entitled School 9:45: a. m. for spreading the knowledge of HIS love for man and I
crop) of fluf-cu-ed: t MbaccT no "The Drum", by Katherine CHURCH OF GOD Starke. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Youth of His demand! for man to respond to that love byloving The church is 11.t'al and 1 true
Inter than Dec. 1. The notice K. Davis at the Evening Worship 422 N. St. Clair St., Fellowship. 6 p. m. Choir Practice his neighbor. Without this grounding, in the
stated further that consideration Hour on December 13. fr-".iday School, 10 a. m. Worship Wednesday 8 p. m. love of God, no government or society or way of life Send.i The church may be counted
would be given to any The Choir directed by Mrs. Services; 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. Rev. Robert D. Burch will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold t
Meeting Friday 7:30 !in times of need, in times of
Prayer on
,, in.
data views and recommendations -
1 Robert Strunk will be assisted so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore, even from
J. Shouppe,
pertaining' to the prooos- by members of the Chancel l>. m -Rev. Chester RAIFORD BAPTIST CHURCH I a selfish point of view, one should support the Church trouble' and in times of sorrow.
ed determinations submittedin Choir and the MYF. yt s.tor. Schedule ol services: Sunday '
for the take of the welfare of himself and his family.
writing in addition a wide. Miss Debbie Davenport will HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH School 10 a. m. Worship 11 a. leyond that, however every person should uphold The church also! wants to share' inyour I

ly publlcbed meeting was sins the part of the drummer (Highway 100 at Theressa) m. and 7:30: p. m. Training UnIon and participate in the Church because it tells the truth times of joy.
held n Raleigh N. C. on November boy. and William A. Kelly willpot.tray 10 6:30: p. m.-ReV. Jack
Sunday School- a. m.
15 to discuss the I t I about man's life, death and destiny; the truth which
supPly the peddler. Membersof Stolte pastor.
and demand outlook and be Morning Wor.shlp--ll a. m. alone will set him free to live as a child of God. ".4 fl' t'l/cllol'ct/1/ at all (times.( I
the MYF will acting out Training Unlon-:30: p. m.
to obtain views and recom-1 the First Christmas as the Evening Worship-7:15: p. m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
inoudatlons:: with respect to 1 story unfolds. Everyone is In- Wednesday Night Prayer .Services Sunday Sch:>ol.10 a. m. Morning I t e .J."k." il iillll.il! '! 'llffilm.1
the loco! Quota.Deparhnent vited to attend this meaningful -7:30: ( p. m. Rev. Merle Worship 11 a. m. PreSrvices t
officials stated Interpretation of the 'Packham, pastor. (Booster Band Young
that some of the views sub 1 Christinas Story People and Prayer Service), 6
FIRST ASSEMBLY: OF GOD p. m. Evening Worship, 7 p. m. I t I
-- Wednesday,
OF STARKE !Midweek Service
i I West Weldon: St. and Raiford 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers. D. D., Ip v

Sunday School Road: 10:00: a. m pastor. I,p .

11:00: a. m. Morning Worship; GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH I
6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00p. : STARKE
m. Evangelistic Services. Sunday School. 10 a. m. MornIng "
Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. Midweek Worship: 11. Trading! UnIsn : I t FAULKNER i'HURST SHELL STARKE ,

Prayer Meeting. :: 6 p. m. Evening Worship!!
Pastor: Lester F. Richardson. :'7. Wednesday Prayer Service, SERVICE SERVICEUHAUL
'7:30.: -Rev, Virgil Lovett pas-
CHL'PCH OF GOD 'tor' 'P RENTALS Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 964.7231 t

422:!:! N. St. Clair 'St., Staike. SMYRNA MISSIONARY Tire Truing
Sunday School. 10 a. m. Wor BAPTIST CHURCH
ship! n a.m. and 7 p.m. Sun 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday services t I Truck Trailer Headlight Adjusting t

day. Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. : Sunday School 10 .... m. Complete Lubrication Brake Service
Fi'Iday.-Rev. Chester J. Shoup. Preaching 11 a. m. Training j I;;

3e, pastor. Union, 5:45: p. m. Evening Worship A I Minor Tune-Ups : ''. Wheel Balance and A
: : : :
Everyone welcome. ::: '
7 p. m.
-Elder A. O. Flynn, pastor 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE Alignment ,


Sunday Church School, Sunday Service: Sunday PHONE 964-5899 ,
9:45: a.m.: Morning Worship. "School 9:45: a. m. Morning-Worship I 410 S. Temple Starke All Minor Repairs

% 11 a.m.: Christmas Tree Decorating 10:45: a. m. Evening Service 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke
party for MY?, 5:30: 6:30: p. m. Midweek Service ,
p.m.; "The Drum" by Kath- Wednesday. 7:15: p. m. STARKE BUILDERS
erine K. Davis, a Christmas Charles Reese, mlnlstei
play with music, sung by the SUPPLIES, Inc. LAWSON
Older Children's Choir with ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL t
MYF members assisting, 7:30: CHURCH STARKE MEAT MARKET
J Sunday Services: Featuring Ace Hardware ,
OFF p.m.Monday' Jr. Girl Scouts 8:30: a. m. Holy Eucharist.. AND COLD STORAGE
Complete Paint Supplies
3:13: p.m.: MYF WcsleyanSubDistrict 9:30: a. m. Church School. Buffet Lunch $1.Z5 We Specialize in Custom Slaughtering t
Meeting in Lake 10:30: a. m. Family Service. Sporting Goods
11 A. M. to 2 P. M
City 7:30: p.m. (Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd ing, Cutting'and Wrapping-
"Tuesday Jr. Girl Scouts Sundays: Morning Prayer, 2nd
3:15: p.m. and 4th Sundays). "Check With Us First" Buffet Dinner $1.75 Prepared'for Deep Freeze ,

Wednesday Younger Chil -J, Thomas Staab, Rector
219 Washington St. 964-5270
dren's Choir Rehearsal, 3 5 P. M. to 9 P. M. WHOLESALE

p.m.: Children's Division HAMPTON CHRISTIAN ,I AND RETAIL
Christmas Party 3:45: p.m.: CHURCH! U. S. 301 North Ph. 964-7600 OI t
Prayer Meeting and Bible Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn. Phone 964.7059
Study, 7:30: p.m.: Chancel Ins Worship at 11. Evening
Choir Rehearsal! 7:43: p.m. Worship 7:30.::> Rev. Carl t I FLORIDA
Thursday Chancel Choir Clarke pastor. DAD & BRAD SALES f

Rehearsal, 7:43: p.m. EST NEW METHOD
Choir Rehearsal. 3:30: p.m. CLEANERS t
Saturday Christmas Caroling Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn. ONTROLAGBMCUOl
ing worship at 11. Training 24Ft. Wide
Party for Adults. 6:30:
PORTABLEOR Udder New Ownership
p.m. Union 6:30.: Wednesday night
Rev. DeWitt T, Farabee Jr., Prayer Meeting 7:30: followed 1 Also 12-Ft. Wide Your Certified Master t
STANDARD Pastor. by choir practice. Starke Nursing I MOBILE HOMES
Home service 2:43: p. m. Dry Cleaner

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH -Rev. Melvin Hamel. pastor.' 1 639 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. Campers and TraveHrallers
STARKE Free Moth-Proofing t

NEW OR USED Opportunities of service: OAK GROVE BAPTIST Phone 964.5745 for FREE Keystone Heights Free Pick-Up and Delivery

Sunday School 9:45: a.m. CHURCH Inspections and Estimates and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473.4320
NOW UNTIL Morning Worship at 11; ser Sunday School 10 a. m.Morning 311 N. Temple Ph. 964.5704 t
mon "0 Holy Night." Intermediate Worship at 11. Training
GA meets at the Union 6:45.: Evening Worship
home if the leader Mrs. Ruth 7:30.-Rev: Luther A. Men WILLIAMSJEWELRY BRADFORDABSTRACT
** novtnrMADISON t
Reynolds. 12:13: p.m. Assicla-: EDWARDSGrocery t
tional Christmas Carol Sing, STREET CO.
Dedan Baptist Church, 2 p.m. BAPTIST CHURCH and Market
Training Union 6:13.: Evening Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. ,
Worship 7:30: : the Church Morning Worship at 11. Youth Official Class Rings Better Service For Your Groceries Meats Feed ,
Choir will present "The Mes- Choir Practice 4:30: p.m. ,
lah" by Handel. Youth Fellowship Supper 8:43.: Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems GAS AND OIL
Monday Youth Training Union, 6:13. WMU
Choir :
ice, 7 pm.Tuesday Prayer' Circle. 7:13.: Evening BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts Jack and Gladys Edwards t

Junior( Choir. Worship 7:30.: 142 W. Can St. Starke Title Insurance U. S. 301 South Starke
Sunbeams 3:30: pm. Primary TuesdayRA meeting, 6:30:
Choir GA meeting, 4:20.: p.m. i t Phone 964-7064 AT THE Wednesday Family Night Wednesday Christmas f
Supper 6 p.m. Placing of Play. 7:30: p.m.
gifts for Lottie Moon Offering Thursday Sunbeams and CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.

BRADFORD COUNTY on to children tree: Santa 6:30.:. presents Carol Sing gifts OA's 3:30: p.m. Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping. Our Members Live Better I Ir

and music program. 7 p.m. ADDINQ MACHINES Manual EIectrlcaIIy'D.lah'l'lo; 473-4911 II
Thursday Visitation 7 or eleetila. For sate w
TELEGRAPH p.m.Saturday rent. Add cabinet, credit t lance. I
Youth Choir .- Bradford Coast. Tell r
Carol Sing,
7:30.: ffraph. j

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Church attended a roller-skat Baptist Church, With Mr. and I test in 1 Ocala Saturday. Mrs. Can Circle will sell dinners .. I II
HAMPTON ing Party at Lake Butler Mrs. Bill Stone. Mr. and Mrs.E. 1 H. O. Dyal. Mr. Chattel from the church kitchen i II
Thursday evening last week, L. Birt Vedro Salter Mrs. Hicks' and her parents Mr. Sunday School will be held I
By Mra. D. E. Hill with, Mr.Donald and Mrs. !Mark Norman Melvin Hamel and Otis Mel. and Mrs. J. L. Dykes alien-' at 9:30: with Mrs. Alberta Rla-
Slade Mrs. Arnold ton as chaperones. e SU'MUDyal plays In the! by] in charge. Morning service
Haddock and Mrs. Harry' Hampton Baptist church I BHS band and Debbl Hlcka lo 11 a. m. and 2 p.m. The congregation
HAY,RIDE Lasseter and Rev. Carl Clarkeas sponsored a float In last FrI. the GUS band. Both bond will form a motorcade .
chaperones\ day's Christmas: parade In participated In the Ocala
Hampton 4-H fa A at the church to render
a hayride Friday, Christmas fellowship sup- Starke. Riding on the float Christmas parade following service< at White Springs. Rev.
Dec. 13. per Is
planned at the homeof were Carolyn Kennan, Paula the band contest.
from 6 to 10( p.m. by the old Rev. Jasper; Williams, pastor.
and Mrs. Carl Clarke )
Kennan. Stephanie Kennan A birthday dinner '
Hampton School. was Mt. Plsgah AME Church
U 23 cents, and the Admission In Gainesville on Tuesday Greg Slade. Kelly Slade. Alan en. in honor of Mrs. J. L Slade Rand George Young pastor. J
to raise money for a project new flag is night.church. Dec. 17 for the entire Bin Randy Kicks and Laurie : Mrs. C. W. Slade at the Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning
for the group. The local covered-dish Hicks. home of Mr. and Mrs. Lestei Service 6:30: p.m. All
4-H supper win be
at 7 PERSONALSWalter
p.m. Slade at
Hampton Lake
Satn and Invitedto
sponsored by assistant friends
agent county On Saturday afternoon Dec. Young of New Jersey urday evening. Both of the < attend.
Bobby 21,
Taylor meets the beginner, primary and t
every other was here from Monday Mrs. Blades had birthdays dur Pleasant Grove Methodist
Monday Junior ,
auditorium of the old in the age children of the through Wednesday last week ing: the past week Church Rev. H. P. Hudson
school church will have a following the death of his Mrs. Foster l
Hayes entered
with the next pastor. Services will begin
meeting Monday Christmas ,
party at Hampton, brother Howard Young. :Bradford
afternoon, December 16. County Hospital In with Church School at 10( a.m.
\ at 2:30: ,
p.m. Miss Myrtle Watterson will Starke
CHURCH NEWSApproximately Monday for treatment. with Supt. Leo DeSue in
skating party was held leave this week for Dania N. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Estes charge. Morning arrvlce, 11 i
60 people Tuesday evening last week at C. for the Christmas holidays. son. underwent
surgery at the Afternoon
from Hampton Christian Lake Butler a. m. service, 4 p.
for the Hampton planning to
return later In the University of Florida Medical

;................. winter Rudolph to Hampton.DeWaters will spend Center last week. m.Greater Allen Chapel AMH
Church Rev. L. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith Sampson
the Christmas holidays In of Gainesville are parents of a pastor. Church School. 10 a.m.
: New York with his brother.
'DATSUN daughter born Tuesday Dec. Morning Service 11 a.m.
ton Mr.of and Mrs. Arthur Thorn 3. in Alachua General Hos- Choir Union 3 p.m. Evening Why make it a festive
Lawtey were Monday
A pltal. Gainesville. They are service, 6 p.m. Visitors always
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.

r"r i" 5 I ton.Lester McCuUougih In Hamp former Mr. and residents Mrs. Spencer of Hampton.May welcome.Parents are asked to please holiday for burglars ?

II ... or- 1 A| are the parents of a son born send the children out to practice With all the
.- ..... ... Edna: M. Eayre was taken to for the Christmas coming and going. the
Wednesday. Nov. 27. at Alacli- program
r ri r----o the Starke Nursing Home last ua General Hospital. Mrs. Practice schedule will hours away from home shopping the

: ; : several weekend day after In having the spent Minnie Marcionny of HamptonIs be- announced at each practice relaxed holiday spirit your home is fair
University the new baby's great-grand- time. for !
m :Medical: Center, Gainesville. game burglars There also are more
mother.Mr. Antioch M. B. Church Choir
P. H. Lott and P. H. Loll and Mrs. Richard Davieof will celebrate their 10th anniversary chances for fires. Remember: It costs so

: Jr spent drove to Stewart, Miss. k Severn, Md. visited In on Friday Dec. 13 at little to safeguard your jewelry, important

Thanksgiving with relatives Hampton with her parents Mr. 8 p.m. Everyone Is Invited., papers, other valuables, when you
and Mrs. Leroy Rhoden last The following choirs! will be
: DEMONSTRATOR : Park Mrs. Robert spent Cox Thursday of Orange last week. The Davies planned to present: Church of God in Rent a safe deposit box here. and now!
leave for Maryland Thursday Christ. New Bethel Chair No.
week Norman here with Mrs. Markleo where he is stationed at Ft.l 1. Free Will Choir No. 1, Ebe-
: SALE George Meade. nezer, and Allen Chapel Choir
David v.
: Brown and R. It. No.1. all of
Carl Trlsler and son, Ralph Starke: Bethel
NOW Brown to and L. D Brown drove left last weekend for their Choir, Penney Fal'nMel.: -
Pensacola Sunday to visit former home In Gossport. rose Choir No. 1: Philadelphia
+ their sister. Mrs. Ella Cox, Ind., to visit Mr. Trlsler's sis- Baptist Church. Lawtey; also
Godding & Clark Motors + who Bands has been 111. ter who Is very ill. the Singing Wonder and BSA'from e
from BHS In
1012 SOUTH MAIN GAINESVILLE no.'311 nid GaS In Starke Mr. and Mrs. Robert DarraJ Jacksonville and a local
: eachwon and daughter have moved group from Lawtey,
superior ratings In the FLORIDA
p.................i' district marching band conAT back Road to 323 their south home of Hampton.on State SICK MEMBERS

----- They had moved .
recently toMooresv11le. '" ,,\ ..,, .
S. C. Mrv. Julia Albert !Is In the ''' "II ii, : : > ... h
r ;: Mr. and Mrs '18'',;,,/ ",n"n.. \\'A"IT"I I.S"1r'"lA', I .:\R" K'rE'" ,I
CARTER'PAINT' and Dan Parnell hospital.!! She would anoreclate ', J ,. ", ."'" 11 .
M. ARY sons moved last weekend
: ,
visits and fret well card
'; from your /
Hampton to Columbia, so
YOUR s. Mrs. Lelntlne Cuffee Is a> Member Federal Deposit Hh urance Corp.

,. and C.Mr., and family Mrs.attended P. P.church Lott sick with at flu home.and Is Your now visits improving One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group

wniiM' |ie> nppreelafert.
f Sunday and dinner at Worthington -
Springs. -
I Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Baker
and family of
:- '" Tallapoosa Ga.,
J! .: are visiting his brother and ,,-.
oj .- stster-In-Iaw. Mr. and Mrs.
Jeff Baker and family and GO FOR PENNIES
y ", ;-... '''1 his mother Mrs Bessie "" S1 \

Wood. .
c S 0
WHEN YOU BUY Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall
;. : spent several days last Week With a Good
with the R. O. Copelands !In fSS
Valdosta. Ga.

Mr. and Mrs. Prank Hardin .1/ Used
of Jacksonville were Monday c\... ..... Car at
visitors of Mr and'Mrs. K. B, -
Watterson. \ -- from
SCHOOL NEWS Budget Prices
"Hampton ,1l ,
I Intermediate
students attend.
ed a reading of Dickens'
"Christmas Carol" at the Uni

'li fan 9 4 ROL-HIDE In versity of Florida Auditorium

Gainesville last Friday 1966 FORD .._ _
evening -- --- -
by Dean
ONE Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hale. Four-door sedan, blue with white top, V8 engine -
automatic transmission air
NO liam Clyatt, Mrs. Maureen factory con 1967 VOLKSWAGEN
Paul and Donald Slade ac ditioning. Two-door sedan, red with black upholstery.
5650 companied the students.
Reg. $1495
T Friday afternoon at the $1595

S PER GALLON intern school teachers a party honoring two
was featured
rb" Barbara by Intermediate students. Mrs. 1964 MG MIDGET 1966 VOLKSWAGEN

i Gladys Tucker Anderson have and Miss Convertible, 4-speed, low mileage. Square Back sedans, two to choose from.
fail fr1 1 complet
Cap ed Your choice.
ON4 J their term of Intern worto: $1095
as of last week.
Mrs Earselene $1595
!1111 rl r began Zimmerman
IWA work as a new teacher
c. RI at Hampton Elementary 1966 THUNDERBIRDTwodoor

a School J3St week, working< hardtop, light blue with white top. 1965 FORD MUSTANG

CIRiIf Illy l I with A primary age group. Loaded, including air conditioning. V-8 engine, floor shift, local one owner car.
'f yls'on' set is
a new
Rluc url: rt1rj1tU feature of last at Hampton Schools as* $2895 $1395

Mrs.. week according to
Maureen Paul principal.
schedule programs on the ETV 1966 CHEVROLET TRACTOR 1966 PONTIAC GTO

I MORE! school for are the received various at classes the 250 H.P. diesel engine, 5-ipeed transmission, Hardtop, blue with block vinyl top.
2-ipeed axle, fifth wheel.

9 do 4 ROL-EZE ONE COAT News About $3395 $1995

Colored Citizen 1967 OLDSMOBILE
re 1964 BUICK Vista Cruiser, loaded including factory air
Convertible beige with white top, V-8 engine, conditioning. .

R s-yao PER RECREATION basketball NEWSIn last week the automatic transmission.$1095 $2995

g J GALLON Falcons defeated Lake Butler
by a score of 109-53.()! In another

game Saturday night the 1966 PONTIAC
Hawks won 79-76 over the 1967 CHEVROLET
/ / Phantoms. Th's' will be the last Catalina station wagon, full power and factory
Camero, 2-door hardtop, gold with black top. air conditioning.
week to sign up fcr City
4 League Basketball for boys, $2195 $2195
JUST ,. 9-17. You may sign up dally at
the Recreation Center from 4
c.RttR P/, to 6:30.:
Play will begin Saturday 1966 PONTIAC 1964 PONTIAC

r / / morning. Dec. 21, at the RJE Bonneville, 4-door hardtop, red with white top. Bonneville, 4-door hardtop, full power, air
t S ar umrlro gym at 10( am Loaded including factory air conditioning. conditioning.
The annual Coronation the $2195 $1295

I WHEN YOU BUY 2 OR MORE! crowning evening 1968-C9. at of will 6:30.:be Miss( held Miss RJE Friday Ester for

. PAN & ROLLER SET PLASTIC DROP CLOTH Barber Following Is the the winner.crowning

I ceremony the boys will play ,"\\" \\" "
9'xir Nlze, Tough. ('tear.cetate Fessenden High and the girls '
Reg. $1.29 HOW 69' will ,
play Murray High girls.
1, Re*. 29c NOW 19c This is the Homecoming act s NO DOWN PAYMENT CHEAPIES / "Service is Our Business"

1 vity. The crowning ceremony
iiVWo S'ANoula 'will be held in the cafetorlum. 1957 Chevrolet $295 "
Game time. 7:30.: I IT TROPICAL
{ Greater Free Will Baptist, 1959 MGA 295 '

Church No. 1 :will Monday,rehearse.night.Tuesda Choir 1960 I A Cd961 C

t night hearse. Choir Wednesday No.3, will night re, Opal Sta. Wag. 195 PJpWTiJ.N T

. AMERICA'S BEST PAINT VALUE FOR 25 YEARS Prayer Meeting. Thursday Rambler 95
c night,, Ladles Circle will meetat
the home of Mrs. Rebecca / I Gainesville
; Mary Carter Paints Allen on Estelle St. Friday /h IIII \\\'\ -
night the Prayer Band will> '11'1' t U..\\ \ 2101 N. Main Street 3722583THURsDAY
meet at
the home of Mr I. .
i 102 E. Brownlee St. Phone 964-7023 Lewi McKay on Old Lawtey

Road. Saturday night the I


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pneudraulic mechanic, .supporting .. ... ..'. 0 -.. ....' ....,., ".,.........., I .L....... u...... one Church of Tampa, and .yy.................'..."'............ "......yy..y was this reporter. We had a CLASP' ENVELOPES, alt
yyy Stratotanker aircrews M 1lf two of Jacksonville. There good time talking about form- 'gzM.- Bradford County Tele-
was an attendance of more SENIOR mutual friends and graph
er and
who dally provide aerial refueling ,.
NEWS ABOUT to B-52 Stxatofortress than The 250 WSCS for this met event.at the CITIZENS NEWS = ? .- ....v ..
bombers, fighters, and reconnaissance

aircraft. conducting last church week Tuesday with ten evening present.oC ,.................AA.A..... FOR D ,
a- D
SERVICE MENAAAAAAAA.AAWJ.AAA the air war over Vietnam r
Vernon Olin the
Mrs< gave Another good year has pars t "
devotional and Mrs. Will Ed-
ed for the Bradford County
a*h4 PFC William H. Coleman. Edwards presented the. pro- Senior Citizens. We had many PECANS
25, son of Mr. and; Mrs. William gram.The.
Tech Sgt, David R. Younker successes and perhaps failures
of Route 2. Methodist float won t
whose wife, Avoy II the J Coleman too,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Starke has been assigned to ,., 1 fourth' prize In the Christmas We received a wonderful Shelled
of the 32nd Artillery, near Tuy ', ,, Parade !la Starke, thanks to letter of from
Mildred James Williams .'i "i'"Y" ,'" :' thanks Mrs. t
''', \ .'"'1'' .,\ Rev. Don Denton and bla
Hoe Vietnam, as a cannoneer.His ,; \ ?;
Hampton, Is on duty with the 'i',1' \,, oLiI,1, :l t.1.if,1 Winkler president of Friends t ANDof
4220th Air Refueling Squadronat wife Joyce. lives :on .,',;:, ,," '\''\, ",'11'/;,"./'.. helpers. the Library In recognitionof
Route 2, Starke. ;;;; %;,.i ,., .o Grace United Methodist -
forward base In the West- our work repairing books UnshcllcdWHOLESALE
'e 'it : '
ern Pacific .' -" : \, Sunday School 9:43.: Worship during the year. This Is the A o t
'" .1'I 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.. Choir
Sgt. Younker Is an rlrcraft o' kind of work we can do and RETAILwe
''Y'i. .
# Wednesday 7
i. \ practice pjn. ,
1\ )" "1(1( ;""'' ." are glad to be of some

,t and First MYF 8 Baptist pas Sunday use Happy In our Birthdays community.and Wed CRACKED t

GAINESVILLEBusiness \.,. _....., .aJ""o"."",,... School 9:45: a.m., Worship' 11 ding Anniversaries were sun It t '
am. and 7:30 p.m., Training
to Flossie Prescott. Clara Lat- PECANS5C
I Captain Thomas B. Dyal: at Norton, was commissioned Union 6:30: p.m. Midweek ser terman Pete and Lilly John.
(right), son of Mr. and Mrs. In 1964 upon completion of Officer vices Wednesday 7:30: P.m. son, and Joe and Dorothy t LB. t
DirectoryAUTO Nathaniel Dyal. Star Rt.. Training School at Church of God Sunday: Kerrigan.

Hampton, Is congratulated upon Lackland AFB Texas. He Is a School 10 a.m., Worship 11 A Thanksgiving poem 'was NEW YEAR'S
.receiving the U. S. Air graduate of Bradford: County a.m. and 7:30: p.m. YPE Wednesday -' recited by Mary Allen. NOW TILL

SALES MEN'S WEAR Force Commendation Medalat High School Starke, and re- 7:30: p.m. Our Annual Dinner has 01't I t
Norton ABF. Calif. ceived his bachelor's degree Highland Baptist Sunday postponed until Jan. 24, in Starke State Farmers Mkt.
BRASINGTONCDlLLACoLDSMOBILE Capt. Dyal was decoratedfor from the University of Floe School 9:45: ..01., Worship 11 der to make final arrange
STAG 'N DRAGStanley meritorious service as a n.m. and 8 p.m., Choir practice meets 0-
systems project management ida.Lieutenant General J. W. 7 p.m. Prayer meeting A new member of our club L U.:.;). 301 NORTH JWinterproof
SALES & SERVICEFine Blacker CoatsArrow Wright-Patterson! O'Neill. commander of the Wednesday 8 p.m.
at .
officer was Bob Hughes who was __ ..,-.
Car Shirts .
of Used Dress sa
Selection AFB Ohio. He was cited for space and missile systems organizations Mr. and Mrs. Haze Clark of born In Glasgow. Scotland, as
Taken On Cadillac Trades Puritan Sweaters his outstanding professionalskill makes the presen Lebanon Va. were visiting
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 Peters Jackets and knowledge.The tation. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Dobbs
Ladies Sportswear captain now assignedSpecialist4 !! last week. Others visiting Your Porch or BreezewayI"
CRANE them and other relatives wereMrs
LINCOLNMERCURYAuthorized 2 MALL ,tered the service In June Jf: Dobbs' brother and s'a- .MCRYSTAL
Sales & Service and GAINESVILLE Lugean Strong, 1967. He received his basic ter-tn-law. Mr. and Mrs Jim C K U P W ? / CLEAR
2201 N. Main Ph. 372-4373 son of Rev. and Mrs. Dennis combat training at Ft. Jackson Mitchell of Jacksonville. .
MOBILE HOMES Strong, of Lawtey Is a clerk- I South Carolina. Prior to Mrs. Frank Rowe of Mac-
Crane ImportsVolvo typist and administrative file entering the RVN he was serving clexny visited her sister, Mrs. rrr r*
MUSTANG clerk In Headquarters Detachment with the 358th Army Sec-: T. L. Wainwright: : last week.
MO Austin Healey U. S. Army Support urity Agency Company. Ft. Jack Walnwright and Jack D
606 E. University Gainesville Command, near Qui Nhon. Bragg, N. C. Jr. of Wayeross were Sunday
Phone 372-4251 Mobile Homes, Inc.GalnesvWe' Vietnam. The Florida native is the dinner guests.

Specialist Strong graduated son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward MM.! 0. L. Peterson of Arlington
ELECTRIC MOTORS from RJE High School and at- Jackson 810 Pratt street was a Sunday visitor of
Home Sales Lot. tended Florida A&M at Tallahassee Starke. He 1* a 1966 graduate Mr. and Mrs. R, E. Lee and Tack Over
ELECTRIC NEW MOON CAPELLA before entering the of Bradford High School, and John.A .
As Low as $100 378-1346 Down Army In March 1967. He com attended Santa Fe Junior College special! dinner wa: given : Windows/ & DoorsToowith
13th '
4820 N. W. -
Motor Repair Co. Windows pleted training at Fort Ben- Gainesville.! Florida In honor of Mrs. Petel'Soland
Furniture Tops fling and was stationed:: at Fort Staff Sergeant Jchn M. Mil Jc-hn.ln celebration of their ,,, Genuine ShatterproofFLEXOGLASS
Of Gainesville Inc. Windows Awninglit Carson. Colo., before arriving ler. son of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. birthday al1l11ivenarifr. .
Repairing RewindingNew I N. W. 16th Ing in Vietnam last April. Miller of Starke helped rescue !\ and Mrs. J. D. Clark
and Used I three American soldiers and daughter visited Mr. and! C Costs So Little, Anyone Can Afford au!
2816 N. W. 16th Ph. 372-8318 I SEWINGIACHINES:! Specialist 4 Jeffrey B. Jackson who evaded the Viet Cong Mrs. James Hall In MaxvlUe I ONLY I Running ft $20.00 Is all that it takes to cover an averages
Starke was awarded the (VC) for more than five during the week: S6wid.. screen porch .a breezeway less than $15.00.
GARDEN SUPPLIES Bronze Star for meritorious hours recently. Mrs. Ed Durban and Raymond Alto In 28-and 44'width Have a dry, protected room for children's play
National Sewing or storage area all winter long.
achievement In a ceremony 'Sergeant Miner was crew spent Sunday with Mr IT'S SO EAST AH1OHI CAN DOIT!
Johnson & Paris, Inc. Machine Co., Inc. held recently at Phu Lot, the chief on the UH-1 Iroquois and Mrs. Tom Oohagan in The Only Plastic Window Material that
Complete I.i" c;* base camp of the 3rd Bde gunship crew that recovered a Bostwick. cutwint OVItKIIINl fACM carries a 2-YEAR GUARANTEE
SEEDS: riftMTf" Puff New Home Nelco 62nd Abn. Div. U. S. Army reconnalsanco Miss Elizabeth Terry spent --l'' L1mw The name Warp's Flex-0-Glass is printed on
Insecticides IOu suppliesFERTILIZERS Used and Repossessed At the present time he is team t-npoed In enemyInfested the latter part of the week m --!--- the edge for your protection.
Sales Repairs All Makes serving as a clerk for the territory and dense Jungle with Mrs. C. E. Strickland in Look For Genuine FLEX-O-GLASS At Your Local Hdwr. or Lmbr. Dealer
"We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders" 611 W. University 378-1355 405th Radio Detachment. 3rd near Ban Me Thuot. Vietnam. Gainesville
224 N. W. 8th Ph. 372-0476 Bde. 82nd Abn. Dlv. The sergeant and his crew Mrs. Ernest Wells! was a'
The 20-year-old specialist en- swooped down to take the men Simday visitor of her sister
oL aboard, and with the VC yards Mrs. Tom Gllchrlst, li Bruns ; T.5f ; ,.
Y ;AFf
away, made a hasty: retreat. wick. Ga. iftS ,
The sergeant Is a memberof Mrs Rebel McIver of Ven-: '. C: 'tr f r/ i 1 r.i j
: Jin ; ; ra 1t
the 20th Soecial Operations tia. Va. vIsited her sister, Mrs. "i r4'-:1:{i7w'.M :.. '.. yr.lr'V,, !r r ,. ..n.. ir.:1
-k : Squadron at Nha Trang AirBAse H C. Wainwright last week. : .I' seri, /w., ti, y, r, l. Iy y 1- r,'U ; n

MONEY on the South China Sea Mr. and Mrs. Randal Brad 1P {'';tr } "r.i :
200 miles northeast. of Saigon.: ley and Mr. and Mrs Dearl t.i &;:5 le
A graduate of Bradford Bradley of Jacksonville visited ( ; .
H University. Wlchllta. on Sunday.' itc ; r
Falls, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. ,, ,
Charles. >
For All Your jSJjuford -<< f ;.r.a:4,. r
His wife Anne Is the spent' Thank'g'vlimr' weelr vt3S;
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. wild their eon-1ss-iaw and ,
L. Matthew of 505 E. Adkina daughter Dr. and Mrs. John .,, *fist 1 % 1 iA, f.
St., Starke. Wright, in Tamoa.: 1

CIIlsfllltlsNeeds rr9Y y Mrs. R, D. Suber and son ,
and Mrs. Suber of Jacksonville:

4 I LAWTEY\ were visiting! Mr. and Mrs
Luther Milliard and family
during the week.
By JI'.Iua Blancluurd] Sunday visitors of Mr. and

.. ..............AA Mrs. A C. Pearce were Mr.
and Mrs Wallen Sapp! of Jack a ti' ,
BRIDAL SHOWER tonvlUeand on Monday
Members of the Grace Meth- rcarce Janes and son Pearce
Make Town Finance
odist Church WSCS honored :r, of Fe'Dandina called.

Mrs. Gary Smith, a recent Miss Sandra Himton' of Wal
Your HeadquartersFor bride, with a miscellaneous do and Steve Tatton of Tampa -
shower at the home of Mrs. were Sunday dinner !gu.,fs
George Roberts Monday, Dec. of Mr. and Mrs. E. J Hauler- 3ti:4il hro1i 1
2. son "'l's. Raulei'son
For Christmas After a number of games, her sister. Mrs. Leura Mae
Ready Cash ShoppingLOANS refreshments were .served to Smith, in Jacksonville Satur
approximately 30 guests. day. ."l
Mrs. Smith is: the former tiers r.. P. Rafts. !) celebra:
UP TO $600 Brenda. Jones daughter of ted the b'-thday! anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Jones. of Mr. Reface with a family
CHURCH ACTIVITIES diner! last! seturdsy..
Tho Associational Gospel

Tawn FinonEB Singers held a sing at Highland -
Baptist Church on Sat- ADDING MACHINES Manna
urday evening. Churches represented ) or electric. For sale or
were First Baptist rent. Add subtract credit bal
Church, Heiibronn Baptist ance. Bradford County TcUfraph. -
226 N. Temple Call 964-9091 Tcday! Northslde. and Evergreen. Also .

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DuPont Mines -- -

Win Award For

Safety RecordThe / / IINM r % 0 q 0 SAVE 4 ,

DuPont Trail Ridge and
Highland mines have received
the board. of directors' award UL.A.T
for an outstanding to record, according .. A f 1
announcement by
Leslie S. Grogan, plant man. I
The record covers a total of .
2.278.000 continuous man
hours of employment! by 203 I
workers over a period of 2,122
days without a disabling; or
time-losing personal Injury, / I
Mr. Grogan said. / AMD
The award Is the highest .wlr fOOO STOW'
L'W'J; .
given by the DuPont Com
Employees presently are selecting 10-Pk. Excluding

each plant.a gift from dlsplaya at 'sj''WiiRii: ST 99 5iise & Sanborn

Recreation PltHiURV' PLAIN or S.If-.I.ln..LI..I.1 W/S.OO or Mor. Purchoio Including Clgartt

News . BAG IB. 49 _
0. .0. CO F FEE _
BASKETBALL Giant WHITI tLUI ft COLD WATER ARROW...Limit 1 w/S.OO or Moro PwrchoM Including Cigarette, '

The Recreation Departmentwill
start registration for all DETERGENT .49
its basketball leagues, Mon . . .
day. Dec. 16. 1-lb..Limit I Your Choice or More Purch-.e Excluding Cigarette*
All boys and girls In Brad l-LB.
ford County schools ages "10- ASTOR r' COFFEE. 49
18. who wish to '
play basketball CAN
should register before . _
school lets out for the Christmas 30-01. aOOKIINDEM N...CHOWDER SNAPPER SOUP or MANHATTIN..'Flu' 100 free Stomp. _

begin after Holidays.the Holidays.Practice will CLAM CHOWDER 139 Limit I Coffee of Your Choice with $S 00 or More
The Men's Basketball Purchase Excluding CIgarettes
League Js formed with four

teams registered to play Mils ______
season. League play will begin .
the first Monday in Janu

Classes ary.ARCHERY The for Archery&boys AIR Si, ages Air RIFLE Rifle 7-12. SMOKED SUNNYLAND SHOULDER Dills.! . . 29 Crackers 2/49<

are meeting. The classes are 200-Ct. KLEENEX FACIAL THRIFTY MAID LONG ORAIN

ing small the but sessions the boys very are much.enjoy. t e, j Tissue 4/l. Slice *

Girls ages 10-12. who are { $ PiCNICS . 3 :BAG 39
Interested In archery! will
.1 Jumbo. OALA PAPER ...
meet Friday, Dec. 13. at tho 60. DEEP SOUTH PEANUTTowels..3l.
Old Armory, at 4 p.m. Sessions *
will be held Friday Butter. 89
afternoons and Saturday . .

mornings.Any 46-ot. HAWAIIAN FRUIT 100 Ct. FONDA WHITI 9" PAPER

interested older in Archery groups who are ask.are Punch 3/89* Plates 59*

ed to contact the Recreation . . .
Department and to see about No. 303 Can THRIFTY MAID FANCY APPLE- No. 303 Can THRIFTY MAID BARTLE1T
forming class for their par.
titular age groups. $ LiitL
S.auce..6/I. Pears. 4/$1.
There will be a Teen Dance
this Saturday. Dec 14. Imme
diately following the high USDA CHOICI W-D BRAND CORN MD BONELESS
basketball game. "The .. ....
Open Book" from 'tI.' TOCt INC .OPU'OK'LB. -
: Jacksonville ROUND STEAK 98J.
:. students will provide and the. music for 0.0 0 .
graduates of
grades 0-12 and County up to schools age 19.: *
Fruit Drinks i 1 10 Modess..39'
lIIgh.11 a graduate of Bradford STEAII..LB. $ .

Admission to $1.23. and thananco ; 32-... LIBBT | tf <\ '4,3-o.aARRID EXTRA DRY ut :, 3
will end at nddnlghLSPEEDVILLE *
CHUCK STEAK 59 Tomato J'ce 4/$1. beodorant..59

f . LB. No. 30O Can W/I.en. 12-os. PALMOLIVE
1 49
I.3/I.! Shampoo . .
.. By Rosa IIutcMnion ROAST 79 13/i-os. 10-01.AQUA VELVA

.. Boo.l... USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN LB. Tamales 3/l.1 Creme 59*
CORRrCTION:: USDA Choice W-D Brand New York Shaving
. .
: James and Mary Byrd will
: celebrate their 51st Wedding STEAKS i99 :.98
'. Anniversary Instead of" their .
; 50th as stated last week.
CHURCH NEWS W-D IRAND LEAN...100 Free Stamp W/Coupon from n.w.p.p.r
;:. Church of God by Faith. We

*: midst were Mother glad to have Cole in our our G R. BEEF e .5 P"G.: $1.99 FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM

'. Teaching Missionary with us
; last Friday night. She cave us
: a very special message not to
< let sin reign In our bodies. RIBS 49 STEW 3LBS.99 FRESH CORN
';. Sunday School. 10 am. Bi LB.
ble Class 12 noon. WWC and
;: Youth Hour 6 p.m. Evening
: Service, 7:30.: Prayer Meeting

.''.: Friday 8 p.m. night Wednesday.8 o'clock.Services Elder CHRISTMAS TREES

.: Walter Camps pastor, first
:' and third Sundays. 'Minister 1 0 9u'
<: Ernest McGollte. second and GREEN | WHITE HALVERSON ea. $2.59 EARS
;;. fourth. Sundays. Everyone weir
come. HALVERSON$199 SCOTCH PINE ea. $4.99 & UP
=- Pleasant Grove Baptist
Church. Sunday School 10 a. ea. BALSAM ea. $2.29 & UP
m. Midday Service at 11. Fellowship
: Hour 3 p.m. Evening

: service Prayer 8 p.m.Service( Wednesday! U.S.No 1 REGULAR(10-Lb.( Bag 999) FRESH FLORIDA
: night at 7:30.: Pastoral Sundays M EAT PIES I 5/ $ 1 *
;: Rev. 1st Leroy and Dam 3rd Sundays.pastor. Potatoes..10: :BAG: 59 Tangerines! .. .. 00,391


S.r ADD MACHINE ROLLS! lo-oi. FRESH FROZEN SLICED Potatoes..10 BAG IB 69' Apples I ... .... ..5 BAG 69*
File Folders, complete line of STRAWBERRI ES 39
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floe supplfe*.-The Telecraph.th 0 0 0 0 0

..: : 964-6303. 16-og.TASTE O* SEA S.L..OIIN..INCH.RY'. Lettuce.. .. .... 2/49* Celery I .. . .. .. 2/29'

i i STARKE{ Fish Sticks..2/l. Potatoes. . 89 U.S.No.IN.WCRo"nA. 8 LB 69 U.S.NO.Onions.1 YELLOW 3 LB. 33'Pint.

RICH'S 2".L..QUICKfROUNI.I.. Oranges. BAG .. .. .. BAG

Coffee Rich 4/$1. Steakettes $1.79 25*
Grapefruit. BAG: 59 Potatoes
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Gilbert S. Brown 1 B ONll I. t CMOWOCff 4APPiTIIOUP :
CHOICE Pizza Rolls ,1
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is ::G12: "':: ,.aooo TMMU oic. I !:i:: CHOW D." 1 1265/ : OOOO THNU OKC. 19 1 ,. aooo TMHO oce. !
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: W Waffles : QIt Hush Puppies. : d. ,". Cake Mixes : J( Deodorisersaooo : : s3 W Cleaner :
j HURST'SJ : l=,'':: .000 T..U D.C 10 : l:2:1;:: ,..000 TMKU Die. : t..S. OOO TMHU DIG. 15 : la.: THKU oce. t8 : l:: aOOO THOU OKC. IIII 18 : ;?,52 aoeo THRU Die. IICREEK :
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n written Instrument purporting nftlco of Business Manager", : Ch..r.a or either of you "n"III"fly' Fred. J. Thompson JrAn ford County. F1or111.E1 ltIn 12/11 full not, or a Default will I i'oentered in, \lin\' 1.1"ifni",n"II".I.!> dei'eascd'" th., entate Inte of ofF
to !be the\ l fart will und lasts. "' State Prison. slat rtthan : ... the estate ofBmll Erecutor of the I.ant Will against. you "aul I i'" "int\'. to tin- County
,n.nt of nia decedent has In beanadmttted tnl. F larldou.;ldl' 00ux.. to.nnd December not 4th.. )1edecealsedkhate ofeBrad- And Testament of Emil Moyeralso Wltnov* my linnd and: seal ,ofswirl ..f Hrndford, ) County. Fin..
probatr M ; in nradf'Til Judge
CnniHr Jn l",r's Court In to : Meier, known a. Emil Mi Icr, De- The Circuit Court Of Florid.klahth Court Starke. .
III The Vn MrnilC,,"U Count, court You ere "hereby eommiinilr JIIOS for 18 surplus cars *:secured trucks.Ulds ford: County: Florida, ofn the *", "* JuillrUI (Circuit Inntl County Florida! this nth day< ofNorrnlher nt big. office.. In the Stnrltf.Courthouseof Fin.
And within alx calendar month must be on forms County Judge of Bradford County 11/11 4t 1219NOTWFI Vnr Bradford Conn r. Ch'llArllnn < IDG9.leJNAL unlil i temp at from
hiMrprobi> 4.. File No. 1-I11/1 from the Onto' of the flrot publlcntlon from that office. Vehicles maY'h" County Courthouse inStarke Cant No.Francis ) within ale! calendar inuntlm
? of R. F. Ilovrll.deCrnxed. of thin notice to appearin | Inspc-ctod at Florida State '; Bradford County Florida L. Duncan Plftlntlff.VM Chnrlen A. Dnrbv.rinrk the time of tinflr t
K copiesnf
ill .nll.I. 'If Motor Pool Mon4ythrough ,,, six months from the OP INTKXTtOV TfIlEGISTK.a ) Court that of this notice Tw
thin court nnd show M-lRon '' within : : Caroline M. Danese. IXfend'r'h of the Circuit .Minimi shall..
8:00 ,
of between !! FICTITIOUS each lain or
action Frldny of
TO "RF.nITon Cnn whv the dnto of the first publication By: Charles A. Dnrhy atnto
"NOTICE any you sink
.'. CHED1TORS: AND .nl"I willto AM. & 4 P.M. this notice. N.111 State Of Florida Toi 11/21 4t 12H InIn writing .and, mid poct-
TOT. 12/21 given thllttI" residence
( probate should not stand un- 1121! at \Each claim or demand must Notion Is hereby the place of
1'1r'L8IAGAINST: : BALD E9TATI1 be In writing and must statatho undersigned, under the pro Caroline M. office Address' of the clnlimint., .
: revoked.Thoron. place of residence and post vlnlons of Chapter 20.033. T.aw. unknown.' notified. thatinrtheorCircuit In The CrttiiHv Jiiilirr'n Court end, nhnll be mvnrn to by till
: A. T wnrountv Acts of 1141. will re- You are hereby In nml for Urndfonl C'IIIntr.Fln.I.ln. his agent or nttnrneyand
address of the claimantnnd of Florida.< clnlmant.
nr.hor office
You'and each of you Jnd.* In, The. County Jmlire's Court. IiAnd with the Clerk of the Circuit n proceeding .
,, and required to CoonlKl.irliln must he sworn to by the Itlnter ai'iompnnled bv n filing
notified November HrnilCord } tivn brought "
For 1-1SM
Ly publication for Bradford
1"11'.1 In and In Pr
either demands 14. 111M.! File liDo: ;:'lahnanthula: agent or his attorney Court Florida receipt\ o-f Court for Bradford County In Re b'Ftn! :'eoi'\Jn.10 Bemel, of On. Dollar' and. mull cliilm
nldrhYOU) cnel of you.IIIMX Plerc In Ue: Estate of Emil Meor.HIO ". or It will) becomo void County publication upon of this norlire Florida, against you. You arolioroliy decraxod.NOTrCE: or deinnnd not so filed shall, betold.
Thmim proof'nil
Avenue Emil Meier, Da- according to law. required to file with thou, .
I'"''' IdnROBERTAFO9 203.201 North Temple known a creditor shall deliver" the; fictitious name of Mi TO 'nF.TlITORSTO of the
Pinch Court ramanswer Erecutrlx
H l'1 OW I' deceased Into Starlce. FloridaAttorney eea"NOTICE vufriclent, copies of his claim to no.nCRnol'. Bethel Church C'lprk of the other It Pleadings In At-L. C"ItF.TlITOnRn: Rhine Stnnffer.of John licnsil, ucccuaed. -
) TO CREmTORa or Estate
JIOWI3I.I. Petltlon.1'lItH :; : ctxrMs OR
'rrn: for Starke, Florida PRISONS TTAVINCI
of ald County to the County 4t uln! To nil creditors and all per-" unable\ the County Judge, to mall Road Miiitlaml and Doris; R. Whiter nld proceedings/ and to servo, : .
County Fla.. demand one to each personal repreeentstirs .. upont'ilitam 11. ES- C, ProvnttAttorney '
Jii.lBe.. of Bradford --- Bonn having claims I or !9..ad| 1103 a Colley Road, : iipv of same : :Myron
fit his office In the Cotirthouseof jiirilnxt'' said 1 estate. Hluike.: Florida.Dated Hurwell, Attorney for Plaintiff You and ench of you Ate nt I.nwKeytone
Fin.. Dated! November" 15th A. D. Street, CJnlntnvlllv. FloridaAttorney ; ;:
i-ald Conntv. at Starhe. SALE OF AfTOMODItE You and each of you are this 15th dAY of Novemi.r 212: Southeast First hereby notified and required topreHent Heights.
months from to. VXIAFlorida Florida' on or before the19th > for the rt.it1J: <''
calendar notified l and required ,
U mVCKB hereby Starke Brad- and demandswhich
wlthl1.1 A. D. at clnlins
Jnclc- lies. any .
l National Bank Of 1D88. Herein : it 1: ft
flrnt' publleatlonf received In clatnm and demands day of Den 0 *
of the bo Bi'iil any either of you
Iln time Sealed Bids will pr. von. or
this, notice. Two eon'M' of - ---------------rrrrr rrrre.rr______ J__r_a.rrl.w r r..rrtr.r r r-- -... r r r, r e.w w r r 9
demand ball ------ -------------- .-- --- -- .. rrrrr
in'writinirnand? shall .1"1"

"SSS&X ills demand nn-h,11, ,

Vold Sfnry. K\ ..Itwellrfr.nlrlr: nf 'tic'! r..fn'' Of 1 11? 1 PORK Ii U4P' jv'Bi rak. Hi n P"taw'mmr ral! JBr3ft JW JS&* \m i. .1 I j i i iI

1' TT.'t11 drernard" r
Stvrun. C 1'r\'ntt' C I

Attorney al 1 'N'lt.' 11'1'11111'1= ', IIII Choice- : : :
Keystone fur T'stnto I I II > ....., 4',
32656 Attorney 31'e 4t 12/:::. SHOULDER '...."!' I I ti

In The Circuit_Court of Florid. I mmm ; '
IIRbth: .luiilcliil Clrpult. In an. beef steaks

lour ArllnnIluth tar llrnilfuril rnrlter Plalilff,Dcycr9 ComHj, C:h" i ROAST LB Ii and roasts. i i '

tart: Boyor' ''.
Defendnnt.IX I II
TO. ISA ULi DI:YEnS ResidenceCnknown : FRESH ............ .. II I
that< suit for divorce, of thenuirrlaire I SAVE lit LBFRESH
between, :" ,,1olul the
PlnllUlff. IlL'TII the I'AllKER restoration BCY-or. PORK HAMS 14 T014 l" .S8 II; Itl I M.aMnt, I I

Plaintiff"Inrl.: nnd former name baa I . ..;................K 4 FREE TOO! I
as Dcfendant. II I i been filed against von U S DEPT OF AGRICULTURE I
bovctyliJ as< Plnnttff Court and In the cau n-.o II I I II
your rind,, you defi'niie' ore< or answer to the I ............ .. .... ... ,..LB.
Complaint in filed therein with II I II
the Clark ot the Circuit Courtin SAVE 11< LB
:and for Bradford County.Courthouse. ,. I I THRU SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14th I
!Sturke, Fin. !llrtOK! ,
nml c-ild Pin sect luII n fCK copy attorney MartoiiT. I .................................... ..... I I
North Main St II I I
.'.I.UgJflrJto; ( Drawer 1224,
U.itneal' I. VMorldn' 82(101( on or. I
li, fore tli '10th( day of Deeen.b -
r. .\. ". I'JOS; : and' If you
full to do *o a Default Judge. / .
ment will be taken aBnlnct yon CARDINAL Dl AND
relief demanded In the Com-
plaint and thereafter sold causevhall RONElESS LEANfRESH THICK SLICED
vriiceed Ex Parto.VlTXl3Stt ,
\ my bond and seal SIUB I
"f said Court this 26<> day of Mocmiier CALIFORNIA ; SHOULDER.
\ A. D. 1t.I 68. nt Stnvke

ChnrVei'Cin-ult\ Court. Darby, ElBhth Clerk .111.lIdn of. the STEAK | STEAKS I STEAKS I STEAKS I BEEF

Circuit, In nnd for Bradford
County, Florida.IV. .
: Bculuh "'1. Mdy.NOTICH '
12/5 4t 128 1 '

OP *.\vnXotlrc
\ Is herebv given. that
pursuant to the final decree of
foreclosure and sale entered I In
the "nUKe pending In the Circuit
Court In nnfor Bradford

homier COlin)'. 43o Florida' the, case undersigned docket PLUMROSEiM-ORTiD BORDEN'SSHAKES >Rlf ARID f OODS BY
Cleric will Bell tux property sit-
untecl In said County duNi-rlb rt
ul :
ns .
L.tIne:- (9)! ), nioi k Two- SLICEDKRAFT
(2.) In KOUTII OAT13 HI':
PLAT. according" to the Pint" ,
thereof recorded In Flub. HAMS
Book 3. Page 1, public records
of Bradford County, 1

Florida.Together.. with nil triictnrtH,.,
and I Improvements" now and
hereinafter on ald land and tan
runts Issues, and l profits of thnbove ..
described property; And
all fixtures now or hereafterittmhed :
::0 to or u..ued In connection
\\lth the premises. herein
described and In addition I thereto
the following describedli'MiHChold
appliances which
lire,, und hall be deemed" to h.,
flxnireB and a port of the. nir.n.vL '

51..0.1,1ll1d., .. will NOTICE.be receivedUD KING SIZE TETLEY S OR
to und' not later than 10:00 .
AM, February' 3, 196D In tho of- PEAS OR17b

Flotilla Ice uf 1nehpl'l Manager,: for the' BOLD or FABDETERGENTS **** HASH I
I'UruhuHf uf harvemlng rights 01' ttM BAGS I MAYONNAISE
Pine I'ulliwood und SawtimberIn :
.ertuln deslgnuted areas otKtute
,.C Florldu\ land mated at 1OO'COUNT'
Florida Suite Prison Itnlford.
Florida. Bid foiiim may bo ea "
cuiuil from that office. CANi CANS
R. V. Turner,
Business Mnnauei
12-3 at 1-23

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Nn Orndf.r.l 1' ..('oun'7> r10'1'1" -Q: I DINNER I Ii

Din e.'rr eo..I.; E'lIt4te of .Al'lhmon Tj.on,. I NESCAFE I. :\\"eSh FANCY GOLDEN RIPE ;

rlTOri\1I You, arc Per:hereby Of+ Salt'.pnoriATn Interenteil nnllfl.Ml Dorrtltnf: that:In i I i I ROLLS SAVE 44 i ii ;

Small engine failures? i INSTANT iI BANANAS 1 PKG OF 12 i

i COFFEE 1 I FOOD FAIR 2/251 1 1I

RPM Outboard
Motor Oil adds 1 c: I 1st QUALITY. 3 LBS I

and cycle power small motors.to cycle 4- Extends I lOoz JAR 99'C I i j I 11 LB I FRUIT CAKE $3.29I I

plug life. 11st QUALITY LBS I

STANDARDCALL J I 41 I FRUIT CAKE .. .. ........ $4.59 I




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Facial Tissue QUIK FLUID

Godding Cr Clark

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I I Keystone Cagers vyyyyyyyyyy 1 yyyyyyyyyMELROSE
Dermody Resigns

Keystone Hilites Will Depend On Constable Post City To Receive$3,150 ;

Trio Of Veto
By JIM FOX Due To 111 Health
By Joyce
Please Phon in Your Items A senior nucleus of three
473-4148 player will probably determine ..*AAAA.f ..>.......... William J. (Bill) Dermody, of

the success: of failure of 'Keystone Heights, resigned effective For Rt. of
WOMAN'S CLUB December 5, as Clay Airport Way
luncheon meeting will their annual ChrIstmas dance Keystone. Height's' basketball Danny Rowe, son of Mr. and County Constable.!
The this season under celebrated
program Rowe,
Mrs. Virglle

be held Tuesday, Dec. 17, Instead This n Saturday Will be evening, Dec. 21. flrst-yea5 head coach Charles 'his sixth birthday at :Ma home Dermody. 'who was elected to By Norma Morgan. ance by large rats coming from reply a second telephone-V call
of the fourth Tuesday a ei l-formal. another four-year term without La1,
Newland. will receive unmowed and uncleared vacant
with live murfo! provided!' last week. opposition In the November General Keystone Heights attempted, and a third If no an.awer .
there will be no con by
&o that The Epics. The seniors are Jeff Batts, Mrs. John GrIner has returned Election $3,150 from Florida Power Corporation lots adjacent to their proper- to the second. If third
Children submitted his
Involved with the boll- of mem- resignation ,
flicts Sandy Grayson and Gary after spending a weekin tot rights to 170 feet
era! home A call
are goes unanswered
to Invite i to Gov. Claudt :Kirk ties.Watkins are
advise membersof a date
days. Please Plus Leno.!' all lettermen and all exceptionally Lakeland with her elster. wide swath of Keystone Airpark and Fox assured immediately
another notified and 4>
counle as thell'guests. :with the request that the vacancy an (-,
this Please give talented.' Miss Virginia Falana. be filled. parallelling ISR 100 approximate them two vacant lots owned by fleer dispatched to check the
The program will feature or guests to Tish your list Grayson. at 6-3 the tallest Recent Guests of Mr. and:Mrs. In resigning from the post. ly 1,500 feet from the highway. an out of state party. would be home of th= person calita to( de-<
Christmas music. Mrs. Oeorge. Patty McGJave. Zowarka 0'1' man on the squad, will start Sat O. ,Dann included: canova organist and choir director The Juniors are center and will give the Indiana Kellogg of Lake City; Mr. and the Veterans Administration Hospital unanimously approved at the by the city to have all vacant Is all right or in need)
I at the Community donations for receiving plenty of strength'ort Mrs. Joe Bryant and live children city council! meeting Tuesday lots mowed. of help. Participating
In Gainesville members
Church. will direct the Celestial dozen golf a turkey and a the boards. One factor In his of Dade City; 'Mrs. Susie on December ni ght. When told "You said that before notify another
balls to 12 for treatment for heart member In ad-
Choir, a group of young awav during the be given favor Is his agility, unlike Glisson of Starke: Mrs. Emma Condition and arthritis a of the The $150 per acre transaction and it hasn't been done" vance l if they will be away from
teenagers of the. church. The Ladles holidays. most other 17 year old 6-5 Grover and children, !Mr. and eplne. He said the subject to approval by Federal by irate Point residents, Watkins ,'their telephone at the appointed
Mrs. Janet Hayner and Mrs. was invited to youngsters. Mrs: David Woodard and family. of his health Aviation Administration, denoted reassured the group the work twur' for the first call.
Roy L. Turknett will also take Springs Golf Green Cove Butts a 8-1 senior forward'. and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Allen prompted his resignation. approximately 21 acres of /mould be done and Fox later
part In the program. 01 golf and lunch Course for :a das Is probably the best ball and family It Is hoped that all the Miriam; cantrrtl on Dee 3. (handler/ on the team and Is Lex John of Oleste; and Larry !held its regular eeml-monthly Florida Power for high tension m r.utes of the meeting that the
members will put aside! their Su Dwyer low won low net' dangerouus from up to 30 feel O'Neal, of Starke. meeting Wednesday. It was a H-frame lines from the plantIn two vacant lots in the Nelson Enjoyed ByFellowship
holiday preparations for a few Thelma Wallace putf. and out. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Abell and business meeting and the bud- i Palatka through Keystone to Point area .accessible to -equipment ClubBy
hours to enjoy this exceptional consolation! prize. received a Leno. a 6-1 senior guard Lithe Mrs. Florence Benchoff.: of Parkof get was approved.Mrs. Starke. Fro !representative would be mowed within ,
program. Social Chairman Ray FarrU team's plavmaker and can the Palms in Keystone, have Albert Spires librarian Holloway told council the ;work two wceke. Helen Egan
BEEF EATERS DINNER has announced that there will pick an opponent's defense returned from a trip to Jamaica. gave a leport on the Melrose will begin in about six months. The delegation, insistent It was like "com'ng home
The club's dinner specializing be a holiday party at the club apart according to Newland. Miss Carolyn Tlson of GainesI I Public Library which Is sponsored FPC will finance surveying and; something should be done about for Christmas"! last Thursday
In "roast beef as you likeIt. later! la the month.: Details There are others who' will ville spent last Friday night by the Woman's Club. clearing the right of way. reserving removing underbrush from other when the Fellowship Club held
." will be served on Saturday will be announced at a later play a bill part in. the rise or with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hostesses !were Mrs. W, 0. timber for the city to vacant (wooded) lots harboring Its annual Christmas program.'
Dec. 14, at the clubhouse, date. fall of the Indians. Dock Tlson.) Preston Mrs. E. R. Simmons cut into pulpwood., Keystone will ralaVel'O told there is no statute Due to a conflict! the meeting
from 5:30: to 7:30: p.m. Ticketsare FELLOWSHIP CLUB Mike Murrhee a 5-7 senior, Mr. and Mrs. William Han and Mrs. R. F, Simmons.The receive revenue from sale of authorizing the city to remove was held In the club's original
available from club members The Fellowship Club's meetIng will hold down the other nah and daughter of Mlcanopy next meeting will .be December the pulpwood. trees from private property "home," the Community
at $1.50 (including tax) and Christmas party was guard slot and 6-2 Junior Billy visited Mr. and Mrs. Vlrgila 18. Guests for the program There was no response at the to permit entrance of mowing Church educational building.
for adults and .75c for children held at the Community Wolfe Is a fine backup for Rowe and family Friday night. will be "The Singing La- meeting to the airport commit equipment. I 'Some of the decorations from
12 and under. Church's Educational Building ward. Mr. and Mrs. James Wise dies", a singing group made up tee's advertising for bids on Sullivan's suggestion: "Maybewe the bazaar, which closed the
DUPLICATE BRIDGEThe on Dec 5, with 60 memo Lastear'lIi- (-19!>> record visited her 'parents Mr. and of ladies who are members of cattle grazing rights although could give members of the evening before, provided (a'
Keystone Heights Duplicate !. bers and their guests attend leaves no room for tradition Mrs. M. C. King last weekend. the Inverness Woman's Club. some had been expected. One hunt club the opPOl.tunlty.There's Christmas atmosphere for the
Bridge Club sponsored ing. ao the Indians will almost Miss Irma TIson celebrated Also. in attendance will be bid received earlier and returnedto plenty to shoot at." musical program.
by the Woman's Club will be Alter !giving the guests a :warm have to (to\ out and get a win- her eighteenth birthday Sunday Mrs. C. J. Yaudess, (Director ol the bidder for revision had amused approximately 40 citizens Rev. Clarence Jones, of St.
discontinued during the holidays. welcome, President Ethel Ring! soirit on their, own. with a. family dinner.. not come back at the time council Including hunt club members Anne's Episcopal Church, and
Play will ,resume on Weymun Introduced the honored Newland feels that speed Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Reed District 5. She will bring a mes. convenedTuesday. attending the council Rev. Edward Kirby of St.
Monday evening, Jan. 6. The guests from the local will have to make tm for experience entertained the Youth Choir of cage from the Florida Federation Cattle grazing bids had been meeting. William's Catholic Church
club meets every Monday churches. The guests !included and that talent will Ellam Baptist Church with a of Woman's Clubs. sought by the airport committee Sullivan concluded "We're In brought the spirit! of Christmas
evening at 7:30.: Mrs. Alex Brokas Mrs. M. somehow mnVe up for a lack Christmas party at their :home Junior Girl Scouts since October, following cancellation double jeopardy. Our road Is so through their piano and vocal
Lost week's winners were Rice, Mrs. J. Lamm Rev. of real helKhtti.! Saturday night. The young people The Melrose Junior Girl Scout by the Insurance companyof we cant run from the animals." solos; Mrs.' Janet Lamm organist
as follows: First place. Mr. William Jones of St. Anne's Tops In the sueed department enjoyed a buffett supper and Troop No. 627 held their weekly a liability policy obtained by Watkins end Fox promised to for St. Williams accompanied -
and Mrs. Fremont Tolles; second and Father Edward Kirby of are 6-0 senior guard Jerry played eames. The house was meeting at the Parish House Keystone (Height Sportsmen'sClub do all possible within the law Rev Father KirbY
place. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey St. William's. Turner and 5-10 senior'" decoorated in the Christmas last Thursday and made plans in: an effort to retain to improve the situation at Nel- for the Interesting stories of
Banmhter: and third Vocal presentations were guard! GUI! Moonevhnm. These spirit There ,were about twenty. for< their annual Christmas Car. hunting rights on airport acre. eon's Point And agreed with his native Ireland and his
place, Mrs. Arnold Larsen and given by Mrs. Brokas and two have looked well in :prac- five present. oiling program. nge, after the committee moved councilman Ray Winans' suggestion journey to( America and Keystone .
Mrs. Joseph Dey. :Mrs. Rice, with Rev. Janes: as HCM using! the fast break and Recent guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. The girls will go carolling on to terminate business ,with the' < that residents make Heights.
NEWS'; FROM ST. ANNE'SSt. their accompanist. A medley U the Indian ad Anne's Episcopal ChurcH-, 'of Christmas and Irish songS moving tactIc. they'll. be In and family, Mr. and Mrs. Car their party Immediately after club was allowed oIt one month Road Department to emphasize Mrs.' Margaret Rice and 'Mrs.
Women's Association is sponsoring were also presented by Father the thick of tMn'". Trant and children: of Savanna ward. extension and obtained the the problem and appeal for Improvements Mary Brokas in musical
a rummage sale this Kirby and St. William's organist SCHEDULE Ga.. and her sister Mrs. Roland Leave! your porch light on If policy, by Sept. 16, which was with state aid duets.
week at the Parish Hall, located Mrs. Janet Lamm. Dc. 3-at Ft. White: Dec. So Swarm of Daytona Beach. you would like the girls to sing subsequently cancelled.The Mayor Raymond Stances, a It was throuRh the courtesyof
next to the church. Satur. The next meeting of this organization Hastinsir' Dec. 13at'Trenton' : Miss Vicki Tlson. Matt Stln- :for you.Junior airport committee headediby I long time proponent of widening Rev. Leon F. Milner that
day will be your last chanceto : ( will be held on Jan. Dec. 17-Bell: son. and Benny and Danny Sapp Woman's Club Charles Donoboe with James I iSR 21 all the way through Key, the hall was made availablefor
stop by, browse and make 12, at 12:30: p.m. This meeting Jan. 3-at Taylor Jun. 4-tFt. attended a Skating Pasty la. The Melrose Junior Woman's Cook and Ray Winans have stone, said he believed a proposal ., this! festive occasion which
your purchases. Please be will be held at the Masonic White: Jan. 7-at Newberry: Gainesville' SaUuday. Club met last Monday night, maintained ,a 3-2 majority. vote p to widen and curb 21 from' brought together old and new
sure to support the ladies In I Hall. All members are urgedto Jan. 10-at Greenville: Jan. 14 The New Life Bible! Club will with the president Mrs. Dock L. In the five member council dur- Brooklyn Lake bridge to the friends' from many parts of
their endeavors to raise money attend as the election and at Bunnell; Jan. 17-afi Bran- not meet during the Christmasand Tison presiding.Mrs. lug a months-long dispute between Bradford county line, if achieved the state.
for the church fund. installation of next year's officers ford. Jan. 21-at Hawth ST. WILLIAM'S NEWS: will be held at this Jan. 24-Trenton; Jan. 31-Bun- last meeting for the year will 'be Russell Dougherty reported oa hunt club.Donohoe. the turn-off at Nelson's Point served many Christmas
A bake sate was held after time. nell. Wednesday, Dee. 18. Meetings the recent Thanksgiving Bake deleated by Mrs. Joy It was generally agreed that treats which were placed on a
the Sunday mas: by' St. Wil. umr.E CLUB Feb" 4-Newhprry" '' will resume January 8. Sale. Plans were made for decorating Baker In the recent city election a stepped-up effort to obtain beautifully decorated buffet
liam's :'Altnr Society. Proceeds' New..tIf: .. ibt '""t1' '1)V'hic'Jr.\ .+GMBvflentebfffoit! : ; : Iraflb?: jP,', 'People in this! area with talent the Community Christmas -..,. made no !Issue of-the absence !help from the SRiD would be, table
I will bo used to support the p meets 'at the Rolling Chapel Feb. n-at 'Rattan: Feb." 13- w many church functions: :mel I which 1 b parked at the Fred H-Suwannee. ; Valley Tourna. the Melrose P.T.A. Variety< show Office. Tuesday's meeting aa he moved .spends: :20 per cent of Its bud
charities sponsored by the I Dodd home will have their ment at BranfordFob: 17-at which will be held In February.: The club voted to donate on to report progress in other get on road maintenance!. but' .-_MATHEWS
group. last!; meeting of the year on Pell: P'o-I). 21-Taylor; Feb. 24 Contact Mrs. Jane Dewey at ten dollars to the Melrose airport business.! cannot accomplish all desired
Don't forget that Bingo 1 te I Dec. 17. The first meeting of Hawthorne. their used furniture store School to be used for making; Donohoe received council approval ) Improvements< and repairs on Well DrillingMelrose
held every Friday evening at the new year will be !field on Only a few fathers showed up wreaths for decorating the to( continue ,negotiations I allotted( .funds.In : .
7:3: (), In the recreation: hail, Jan. 7.Parents. :lag i,,''mtft were reported by at Melrose Elementary School Post Office. toward obtaining structural I other business: I'Ja.
Tho Jackpot Increases: : on a I. are asked by their Chief: Ed: Dennett at the repu- Saturday to help fix up the They will also sponsor Santa steel aircraft hanger, available I Councilman Ray Winans who Phone 475-5101
weekly basis.TEEING: children's instructor's. Miss lar monlliiv' : meeting of the play ground. Much work neededto Claus to be at the Post Office from the University of. Florida I had crltlclzled the Keystone
OFF! Reba Thompson and Miss Ann Volunteer' : Tire. Sc5irrMr.t:: ;! !; en be done and it was hoped the Saturday before Christmas to replace the present airport t Police Dept. in September and Myers Pumps
Local golf pro Lea Stephenson '! ..', Bell to mark these Important December 2. that more fathers would parti' at 11 o'clock. hanger. Council .also approved I asked for more efficient operation SERVICE
and his skillful lady team I dates on their calendars. Bennett also nnnouncad thai clpate. CHURCH NEWS the airport committee's ar complimented the department and REPAIRS
members Mae Peterson nil- LIONS CLUB PARTY an additional extension" phcne. The Melrose P.T.A. is planning The big news at the Church rangement .with Florida Forestry for' improvement and a> .
da Jackson and Fran Ches The Keystone Heights Lions to !be used; in mo fyinff department ;) to hold three Bake Sales Saturday .' es in this area now Is plans service for having trees fine job done for the city dur.
sington\ walked away with oil I Club celebrated the forthcoming members of local and December 21. 'One 'will be for Christmas programs.The marked for cutting and .a board I ing the three months. I
honors at the Pro-Lady Tour holidays with their annual area emergencies.\ ] te installed In Melrose at the Post Office; first program will be at rate estimate of lumber obtainable City clerk VlrgU Homer reported KEYSTONEHEIGHTAS
nament held at the Dunes Golf r Christmas party at the Masonic In the Clay Electric one at Petty's Grocery In Put.' Faith Presbyterian Church for sale to aid financing of city treasury balance on
and Country Club In Jack. Hall Monday evening. warehouse, as previously nut)). nam Hall and one In Florahome. Wednesday Dec. 18 at 7:30: airport Improvements.Don hand as $6,147.76 and allporttieasury
sonville. Monday.' Prior to the dinner party. a orlzed. Contributions! of baked goods p.m. It will be a musical pro Morgan, president of the balance on hand, $1-
Stephenson and his team I social hour was held at the President Huntley Redfearn arc needed. Anyone< who will L gram featuring the Junior and Keystone Sportsmen's Club attended 1GU.49 Includig a. $3,000 savings.
Posted! (he low score of 59; on I home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jr. appointed a committee bring something! Is urged to Senior Choirs. The Christmas the council meeting 'with I account.
this 18-hole, par 72 course. Bryant of Lakeview Drive. composed of Bernett.' as c"a 11"- contact one of the officers orMrs. Story will also be read. It will other hunters but made r.() statement Mayor Starnes said the state
'They: captured first-place priz- Meow Joe Wildt and Charlie mAn. Everett Fox Roy Tyre, Jane D<::wey. be under the direction of Mrs. other than acknowledge highway department had set the DIRECTORYRABY'S
es ft'oln IL field of 00 loCal:! Md'l''''McGIave assisted the hosts In Bill Beam. and Georae Goetz- Anyone who needs the 'Melrose Robert Barbot and Mrs. W. A. ment of being Introduced as a speed limit at 45 mph on SR ::100
area !toJrera. caring for members and their! man to obtain p-ciflcations' '! P.T.A. Information Bulletincan Wallace. guest by chairman !Roy Watkins. within the city JImIf.3'excepting
A combination of Stephen. guests. regarding the replacement of pick one up at the school. The United Methodist In its final regular meeting of I the :30 mph zone approaching AUTOSERVICE
ion'a par round and thai of 1 President Leonard Jones Truck No. 1. It includes officers and chair Church will present It's pro IOCS council! turned from "deer the intersection at 21. Council
Jacksonville pro Bobby Pan Trtromrd, the honored guestsat The annual New Year's party men of the p.rr.A., a list of the gram Sunday, Dec. 22 at 6:30: on the runways" to "rats and I approved, the speed regulation.
ning also will be held dates and school Members roadways" as a delegation of r Mayor Starnes announced that
brought firstTAFF ]::1:1(0: the buffet dinner. Soecial at the Fire Station meeting ; the I pm. of the Sunday Complete Auto RepairsAir
hon's! far Tuesday calendar for 106869.Report School classes will residents from Nelson's Point t Keystone has (a new service
Stephenson In tIle KiirsU:; of the club were Mayor evening!!, Dec. 31. (M m. present! a
Pro-Pro Match. and Mrs.! Raymond Starnes. bers may Invite one guest conpli cards were given outlast Play, "Why the! Chimes appealed to the city's govern organization called Good! Morn- Conditioning Repairs
At the meeting District; Governor Harold !>. week. They should be signed Rang." It Is a comMiat'nrj( of lag body to make improvements I big Club for persons who live & Automatic Transmission
bold a.t the E. Wig Russey. of the Inland Beach The.following committees and and returned to school aa soon p speaking parts and< choral se to relieve hazardous conditions I alone. Service
Bins and W. L. Reynolds. Jr. Club of Jacksonville was In.lr1u'p(1 their members were appointed as posslbile.. lections. The :play ta un 'er tve in their neighborhood Each member calls anotherat PHONE 473-4404
were for the Duplicate Bridge direction of Retired judge George Crago J 9 -a.m. daily If there la no
appointed to the Execur by President Jones party: Deoratlons: and Mrs. G. E. Reed. Little Lake Bedford
Lice Committee the Com 9a Hie guest speaker. Tables Bennett, Masaa. and Winners last week of the Mel. Mrs. Wilbur Saop. Mrs. B'ckel' read a letter addressed to council
1ng iear.Any Th 5 parly was:' climaxed Tyre; Set-ups. Beam; CookIng rose Duplicate Bridge Club and Mrs. Virgie Rowe. asking for permanent or "' :
h'hr h:
Redfearn The semi-permanent repairs of the : 'ft I
IndivIdual who is inter wi'h an ovchange' of Christmaspresents. ; Clean-up. 'McGIavc. were: Mrs C. W. Hardy and Ellam Baptist Chu'ch .
"'1ted! In renting the club :' Beeler and Bradley. Mrs. Phtl Kriwiier) 1st place; will present a mu"ICAl l o"- sand road and entrance to f'eL.eon's _uu_<"q'_' -
for private parties Is asked room TIRE DEPARTMENT! :HKRE N' THERE!: ::'.%1'3. Eml Y Cooper and :Airs.Ectf drain Sunday: Dec. 22 at 7:?'" Point from SR 21, specifyIng KEYSTONEBEAUTY
contact House Chairman! Roy To-'r arcs and eight ambu Mrs. yK.. Hutcheson and .:!ij, Rutherford! 2nd place: i p.ln. The program/ will fent- the turn-off as having an -BAPTISlFlrsi SHOP
Tne. lance can during the preced- children were weekend guests rrc.:J B. A. Allen! and Mrs. U. W,' uro both famil'sr' Chri"'ftnm' abrupt drop in grade making Baptist Church Rev
Junior Golfers are :having! of Mrs. Jim Peterson and child- Foster, t'rU 1 place; Ml'I. (Robert!: Carols and new' ChrMma' a"tliems exit onto 21 dangerous and also) ''Lawrence' Carroll ptor. Sunday EDITH JOHNSON Owner
tP.D.We Clare !and Mr. S. P. SashoXf.4ch .' sunq by the V-vyts detrimental to automobiles passIng .' School, 9:45: ... m Worship Personal and Creative Hair Styling -
are sorry t4 j learn that place Choir. The proo"am will be over that point. The letter Services 11 a. m. and Every Form of Beauty
Mrs. Charles McGrave :M.A.C. under the direction of Mrs. sa.4 drainage was non-ex latent. 7:30 Culture Tues.-Sat.. 9-5; closed
a patIent p. m. Training Union: ,.
In Bradford County /Hos- The Melrose Action Committee I Jo Reed. on the sand road following rain 6:30 p. m. Nursery open for Monday*
Pltal and ,wish: her a Speedy) held its regular monthly meet. The public is Invited to at- creating further hazarda to driv aU servIc..-
recovery. Ing at the home of Mr. and r tend any or all of these ing.council NURSERY
Mrs. Richard! Moore last week.A Christmas programs. chairman Wattyns! end -=CATHOLICSt.
film about government was The young people of the etreeta chairman Everett Fox William's Church-Sunday D.C. Carnes Nursery
shown to members.The Eliam Baptist Church plan to told toe gxom> that Uo state :Mao. 9 a. m. Wednesday
committee decided to col.' (TO Christmas Hwy. 100. Florahome 659-2165
caroling Christ Road department Is responsiblefor Mass and Novena 7pm.
lect new and used toys for distribution mas Eve. Nursery Stocl1.- Thousands of
tht apron of 21 to within 33 COMMUNITY CHU'KCHSundiy ; -
to needy children for There waj feet Plants 8t Fruit Trees to choose
a of
Fellowship center line of tho
: Schssol.: 9:40: a,, m. from Shade Trees. Evergreens &
Christmas. Dinner at
Mrs. Jane Godsey Faith
Presbyterian hlway. .
Morning: Worship! 11. Y--.h Fsl.lowship
Landscape Plants in containers.
will be in charge of the proJect Church Friday night. Another Point resident, J. L, t (all tssiagfrsi.: : at 7 p. CAMELLIAS it AZALEASLet
and she will put boxes cut for The Christian! Fellowship Sullivan, said It seemed the m.: Pascal Carr director.: : Holy :
.. contributions. Class of United Mefhod f.t will proverbial "buck" was being Communion? 1st SunJay: In bach Us Do Your Landscaping
"Some eople'a minds are Refreshments were ..ervecJ.Womll1' meet In the Educational Build passed back and forth as they ,ftuarttf. Wednesday night Pr y-
like concrete-all mixed up Club trig Thursday at 7:30: p.m. had been told by SRD to take* er Service. 7:30.-Rev.: Leon F.Mllner. USED CARS
Protect Your Valuables For Just and set." The Melrose Woman's Club Tills will be a Christmas the matter to the city : !I putorEPISCOPiL,
party and the Secret Pal will ". and It doesn't ccuncll// Hanks Used Cars
Pennies A Day! be revealed.BOOSTER gas tank, transmission -
HOUSE CLUB end of my car while the buck's St. Anne's Church Rev BIG CASH DISCOUNT
If they're worth keeping they're BROOKLYN SUPPLY The tnter1achen Booster passed." William I. Jones Vicar Holy TERMs
worth safe-keeping in our theft- Club win hold a special meetIng Fox told complainants lie bad Communion. 8 a. m. eveiy BUY SELL TRADERT.
proof fire-proof vaults. Arrange to- Open Under New Management Friday, Doe. 13 at 7-30: contacted 8RD four times on the' Sunday. First Sunday Holy I, BOX 90
day to store your family's valuablesin EDDIE CARDENAS OWNER P.m. In the Interlachen High matter with no results. Sullivan' Communion. 8 a. m. and 9:30: Hwy. 100. 8 Mltet S. SUrke
School Cafeteria. At countered "You don't have and fourth
a low-cost Safety Deposit Box. this meetIng to a. m. Secund. third
PLYWOOD LUMBER final plans for the banquet 'wait four times for us to pay Sundays- Morning PraYer CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST
HARDWARE honorfn the football our taxea." ., 9:30: a. m. Evening! Prayer -
COME IN GET ACQUAINTED 81 ROOFING SHEETROCK be players nd CheereMec-., 1rlD Watkins, acknowledging awareness ,- .-Sunday. 7pm. Duly Puy); THAT ALL YOUR
dlseUlled. of the Nelson Point will be announced.
PANELING January The "fradmitted Ic7uUt who taken an SRD agent to the site
K. ab.r FJU.C. Ke.toae Height, Fla. TOOLS ETC. win be win be those four time and been told "It's Worship. 11.. m 's Building
PAINTS holding memberhcn fn the got to be somebody ihigher-up Sunday. Holy) Communion. 2nd
Yoor Friendly Dank In Your Friendly HIGHWAY 21 NORTH OF KEYSTONE Booster C1ub. Meniberp than me (to have Improvements Sunday. Services held UCIb Supply, Inc.
1.smusdty." Ph. 473-4888 PROMPT DELIVERY cards will be requJred for ad- made." Sunday at St. Ann.' PIs-
snittince Another Irritant to Point. residents *op&l Churcn. Richard M.y.. 728 S. Mala 37ZW44GAINESVILLE.
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..............r....... The :Monday afternoon. (Deo. ther, Mrs Arnett Dayton, and Koons accepted the honor for will present a Christmas: mu- Wayoross. Ga. lately visiting
16) meeting of the New( Life sister, Mrs. Truman Dickinson the Masonic Lodge and prom- steal: to which:: everyone to to- Mrs.' Revels sister who taKick. 22nd Anniversary.Now : And view Christmas Wits me.
Bible Club will be the last 'before Family Reunion feed loyal Bup.port' of the Ma- Vited. :Mr. Revels has, been doIng if you've liked this poem. "More About Christmas"coming
THERESSABy .a two week holiday re The home of Sidney (Mills la eons for the gracious assist PERSONALS some hunting there. It's just started you see. votir way next .week In
cess. Regular meetings, :which St. Augustine was the scene ance. of the OES over the Dr. Helen Oorpeno of the Mrs. Techla McGrltf ot Tune In same place next week. my coluihn.
Dorothy MID are held Monday afternoons after Saturday, Nov. 30 and Sunday. year tJtolwnslty of Florida and Gau- Jacksonville and X. M. Smith! .. 1 1
rhoDe 473-4518 school, will resume on January Dec. 1, for a family reunion of A social tour was hosted: by temala. and Miss Anna Kirkland of Starke were Sunday visitors
6 in the mobile "Children's direct descendants (and their Mrs. Bertha Ward, Mrs. Vel- of Lakeland were! week- of their mother, Mrs. H. T. I
4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAA.Hope Baptist Church Chapel" at Hope Baptist CUu- families) of Wallace and Carrie ma Menaen and Mrs. Georgia end guests! of Mr. and Mrs. Smith and aunt. Mrs. Ruby:
School 10 A.m. Morn. rch. Newberry Mills. More than :a Murrhee. Rov Bridges. Wolfe. SIGN MAINTENANCE COMPANY
Sunday ; Christmas time will be observed James Marshall Charles, Louise and Paulette
Train: Stork ShowerA 100 ,were present from over a Beam com
11 its
lug Worship am.evening: ; wor- large group of friends attended dozen different locations. This at the December 17 pleted lit'* baie, training at Strandberg brought Mrs. Jo i ROUTE 1 BOX 238-A
Union 6:30: p.m.; ,
Wednesday a stork shower given by family originated In Bradford chapter meetln at which Parr Island und trnjnwfoiredt Strandberg home from! a visit
ship 7:15: p.m.;Service, 7:30: the ladles of Hope Church for County In the 1870's when Wal- time Grand Officers of the to Camp PenrtWwi.. Calif. last to Jacksonville last Friday ORANGE PARK FLORIDA
Evening Prayer alter Mrs. Sidney Grlftls. ?Jr. Tueaday lace Mills came here from State will be iho"OpM guests. week.: H's brMe. the formed and spent the weekend with .
with choir practice
p m.. evening at the church educational Texas following service In the COMMUNITY CHURCH Nancv McLean, plans to fly !her.My
ward. School and building. Games and refreshments 33rd Texas Cavalry during. the The annual Church Women's out to tx with: her husband mother, Cricket, spent NEON PLASTIC
87 attended Sunday attendance were enjoyed and Civil War, was married to Miss Bazaar came to a close Wednesday for the C>iri.tinn" olMava. Monday In Gainesville, at the
there was good held last the honoree received many love Carrie Newberry, and made night, Dec. 4, with Mrs. Jean Richardson' and clinic of the J. HlUla Miller
throughout. the Baptist Church. ly gifts. Ms home near Graham. Relatives estimated net proceeds of Mr.! and Mr... Vl"c-nt K-ilv of Medical Center with Mrs. Ida SALES AND SERVICE
week at Hope about 2000. More than 300 Kearney, N. 3. C. Whitehead who was under-
Sympathy attending the reunion from were lunrfvon .
!New carpeting nursery Sincere sympathy Is extendedto .here were Miss Dorothy Mills, luncheons were served Out- /pru">rs of Mr. and! Mrs. WtlI1 going! tests after having a little 24 -
:! In the classrooms. The the family of Bobby Oakes, Harold Mills, !Mr, and Mrs. standing among the unusual .m Beam Fr. til lake Ge- heart trouble recently. PHONE 264-5333
and beginner appreciates: who died Sunday in Orlando as Percy Sullivan Jr. and "Rusty," and colorful decorations was a neva !last wp*>knd. Mr. and: Mrs. H. K. Chitty and .
church sincerely of palms a result of injuries sustained: la and Mr. and Mrs.' Percy Sullivan huge golden wreath, fashionedby Mm. FrM Hook of JackSonvUle daughter' Mallie. of BonIfay
!Mark Luke's gift set along the a C;':nday morning automobile Sr., longtime residents cfTeressa Mrs. Marshall 1 Gallup, formerly of New Jersey spent last Thursday night with '
which have been accident Local members of before moving to !iPalaU against the red velvet drapeon Jo'iwrt' the party Mrs. Rich us and on Friday we all ate
cemetery Bible fence.ClubJACKSONVILLE Mr. Oakes' family are his ino- ka last year.Personals the back wall of the plat ardson is Mrs Hooks daugh dinner with relatives In
New Life ter. esvllle. I
form. The tables were covered oa.m-"I Serving Florida
Mrs. Rhoda. Dampier and Mrs. with red and white checked My parents spent the
....... Since 1950
W. E. Dampier /were shopping cloths.T y..y.yy. end with an aunt, Mrs.
In Gaim-svUIc Saturday. !>e special tab' for Mrs. Deese and family In Homervllle .
Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Zeigler .Albert Holt's book: of poems INDIAN BEACH Ga., while Grandmotherj. 97c I Qreeting Service
of Gainesville. visited the J. D. was manned by Mrs. S. E. Copeland and I spent the .. 'nc
Grlffis family Sun-Jay. Saturday McKay, chairman with Mrs. weekend with my aunt and .. ...-.. .,.."' ..
Ida (Lake BamU Fe) uncle, TeenIe and Roy Cren- I *" "'"'" "'tNF'" "'iIG"' ....
guests of the Grifflses ;was W.T. Gentry and Mrs. Louts I ,
Business DirectoryAuto Zeigler of Orange Park. Kyle aa honored salesladies. By Michael H. CfetttyPh. shaw and children. That's I'
Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. The new booklet cover was 475-2171 the reason we weren't able to Mrs. Carolyn I ilt II'' Cordially
Herbert Cloversettle and !Mr. sketched by Mrs. Charles! .aAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.a call you for news until Mon- Eaves
and Mrs. Ernie Newsome visited Newman from a photograr1 day this week. tJWelcomesPh.
Sales and Service MUSIC the Naval !Training Centerat of "Mother" Holt. ;Mrs. D. W Carpenter spent Since news ts. short, Ill Representative 1
Orlando, where the New- There are some :rugs and: Thursday In Jacksonville with turn this over to Leeon. 964-5812 You and Your
Paulus Music Co. some's son, Michael Wayne, ia other articles still to 'be :sold her daughter' Mrs. David LEEON'S ICORRNER 122 N. Bay St. Family to Your
Parrish MotorsSALES in training and soon to graduate. and anyone Interested may Reid, and did some Shopping. "Christmas Is Coming" Starke New Home
Band & String Instruments Mr. and Mrs. James D. Phil call Mrs. Ernest McLean Mrs. Helen Walker, Mrs. Carpenter's Christmas Is coming ,
lips returned last week from a chaIrman sister, spent the Jiggity-Jog. ""
Gibson Guitars &: Amplifiers week's visit with relatives in The annual Christmas Luncheon weekend with the Carpenters. We're fattening: the turkey The State of FloridaIt
SERVICE Miami.' On Thanksgiving Day (covered d"!h) will be Sunday guests were Dolph and And maybe a Hogr.
PARTS School Supplies-Instruction they enjoyed family dinner at held at 12 noon!: Mnndav, Dec. Shirley Reddish!. and childrenof Sue's growing pumpkins Is Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and
Recorder the home of their son, James D. 16. A special program is being Starke. Pa's !growingcorn.. To Aquaint You With Your City.If .
Good Used Cars Robert : Phillips, Jr and! family, alsopiti arranged by the vice president Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lanier And it'll all be cooked:,
Always 356-5654 Music Library-Expert .....t were another son, Joe M-s. Frank: Dgen. Fol- and sons and Mr. and Mrs. For our feast Christmas morn.
921 Laura St. Ph. are new in the area, a phone
Phillips, and family; a daughterand lowing the luncheon' and genera Bill Coleman of Jacksonville Soon they'll start calling you
Repair Department son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. meeting each circle will spent Thanksgiving! with Mrs. There'll be all kith and kin. call will bring a prompt visit
BEAUTY ACADEMY 41 W. Monroe SSJS-8447 Gene Prandl; grandson, Tony meet for a short monthly re Louellen Coleman in :Miami. To make Christmas plans. you
Prandi; Mrs. J. D. Phillips Jr.'s port. While there, they visited an- At our house again. from your local hostess. Please give
American mother, Mrs. Roberts, and CHRISTMAS PROGRAMS other aunt and uncle In. Fort We'll all get together
PIANOS brother, Victor Roberts .and The annual, Sunday School Lauderdale. And have lots of fun. her a call! She has maps and many
Hairstyling family Christmas! program will be Gary Aley of Jacksonville Is The party Christmas Eve
Mrs. Rhoda Dampier visitedMr. held at 7"JOnm.: Sunday. Dec. !now living in the Lanier cot Then It's all just bsgun.!! free and wonderful gifts for you
Academy FOR MUSICAL, ADVICEC. ( and Mrs. John TMton( and 13. In the educ"tlrmal! buiTd- tage.Mr. Christmas; Eve Is special from local businesses.Look .
CARTER NICE family in High! Springs last Ing. Sunday evening. Dec. 22, and Mrs. E. W. Revels At our house you see.
.21 W. Monroe 3S5-9591: Sunday. the Adult And C..!Ie'tlal Choirs have been back and forth to Cause this Is Mom and Dad's

Harold Mills, Jr., of.Atlantic _._0_._.______ __ ___
Riverside 3-ach, was ,a Wednesday evening -EC -tC !GlCtC -t<<
Hairstyling visitor of his father. Harold
1141 Mills; aunt, Dorothy Mills; and It't.? .*;..",
Academy B cousins Mr. and Mrs. Percy ; ',(. '""'"',;).\. \....
Sulllvau Jr ,and Rusty. ", },f' .. .fjf
2659 Park St. 388-8537 .... .".
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ccredlted Qualified or Night- Instructors VA Classes ApprovedDay KIMBALL ORGANS"SWINGLR" NEWS NOTESBy Forward to a

Helen Egan
Roosevelt Mail-388-8519:
MATERNTY WEAR"Jacksonville's

WESTERN STORE Master Mason were specially .
(honored by the Keystone
('Heights OES at the December
,3 chapter meeting. When the
LITTLE DUDE [Masons started their building Holiday Season. I
drive several years ago, memo
+ Western Store I berg of the Eastern Star banded '
together and organized the
Most Complete a
Western Clothing Leather- Estrellita Club as an organization
Shop for Mother-to-Be for raising funds. This
JUDY'S goods! Saddles and Trailers club continues to function. as JOIN OUR
Charles & Sharon Patty needs of the building :require.
MATERNALANE After the courtesy, consisting -
384-1210 of songs and readings,
1007 Park St. 355-5015 902 8. Edjfewood -
., Worshipful Master W'll'am'!


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