Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 19, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03822
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Lakeland Allen
Lawton Harris 60 became exists on Orange and
Bradford County's third Washington Streets where
students from Bradford SR 16 Project
traffic fatality in three -
Bradford Mid
days. when the car he was High School,
School the Vo-Tech. -
driving 'struck a parked die ,

truck on US-301 in Lawtey Center and Starke Elemen. -
late Thursday afternoon. tary cross paved streets E No Easy
Councilman P.
Dec. 12. every day
T. Nolin told the City Council
A Lakeland man, Allen Lawton :fLFor
Tuesday night.
Harris, 60, became Bradford Answer
"We've got to have someoneto
I County's third traffic fatality -
traffic between 7:43:
In three days when the car direct "
lie was drlvlnastruck I and 8:45: a. m. and 3-4 p. m.,

truck on US-301 In Lawtey a parked late NoUn said He said the worst. /Is FoundA

Thursday. afternoon Dec. 12. situations exist at the Intersection
of Orange and Washington
Harris Y
I a scale operator for
j the Seaboard Coastline Railroad Streets and Grand and Washington major portion of Tuesday .

was driving south according Streets night's two-hour-plus
Two policemen take time during -
to [Investigating officers
when he lost control of those hours to patrol the City Council meeting was

his car and it struck a pickupS Mike Cissy views a filmstrip la one cubicle er In another carrell. The photo above shows :two Intersections. Nolan suggest spent in a search for $45

,truck parked In front of Milo of a carrell In the new resource center at the only one wine of the resource center (library); ed. He has brought up the 000 to move electric, gas,

Smith's service station. Bradford Middle School. Carol Bloodworth and It's too large to photograph In Its entirety.and school traffic situation several water, and sewer lines on

The victim was taken to Librarian Gladys Thomas net up a tape record- still get close enough to see details. times before. NoUn Is a former A Visit With, SantaThese SR.16 (Brownlee Street)
of Starke Elementaryand
Bradford County Hospital in a between US-301 east to
Jones Funeral Home Is presently employed by
ambulance children are shown visiting Santa Claus In the city limits.
and the Board of Public Instructionas the Chamber
I was pronounced dead- n-ar- purchasing agent. of Commerce office Wednesday afternoon. The utilities must be moved

i rtval.The! accident was Investigated New Middle School "There's no reason why the Santa will br In the Chamber office each afternoon until for the state planned road

two policemen can't be there. Christmas widening;
by Lawtey Marshall M. M. Jordan As far I'm concerned their between 2 and S p.m. The solution was found. However -
b Sgt. W S. Peacock and as askedto
primary duty Is protection of city engineers were
Trooper R. W. Pace of the look Into possibility of "bor
those kids, Councilman NeilTucker
Highway Patrol. stated forcefully. Approval! Asked rowing" funds from the surplus
11 Tuesday night a 57-year-old monies In the renewal and replacement -
Councilman Jimmy McRae, .
man Raymond: Hugh Attracts Attention"Dear fund from the city's
and two city
Hill was Wiled however, using
when his car Issue which
1966 $650,000 bond
patrolmen at the Intersectionswould
I crashed into a concrete pillar nt leave the entire rest of City Submitted went to expand the power plant
4 1.3 miles west of
Hampton Mr Jockel: cated exactly In the middle of the resource center: it's fuss the city without police protec- and extend power lines.

Trooper on SR-221 "Dr. Max Bough Associate! the 33,000 square foot buildingon like walking across the room, tion during the same hours If these funds are used they
K. o. Etheridge said Professor of Education at Indiana will have to be repaId Just like
Kill's the old Conway AIrport A only further In the big school. each day. Anyone intent on
the car wits\: traveling east D: State University and circular check-out desk ds the The school now subscribes to breaking the law would know a. loan except that no Interest

speed road at a Ii/teh/ rate of Chairman of the Indiana Junior nucleus of the operations; It 54 magazines and three' news. where the policemen were dur- Disaster PlanA would be charged the city.
when It run off the pave- Hlgb Association, plans to visit Between $25,000 and $30,000 ,
services as
ment performs the same* papers-The Telegraph. Jacksonville ing those hours he pointed.
and hit
lar. The the concrete pil selected schools in Florida durj j In any library, except the counter Times-Union, and the Blocking Orange Street was could! also be obtained from

no visible trooper said there were Ing the month of January. He | Is circular.The Sunday edition, of the New York suggested by City Attorney resolution that would place all facilities and services mondes left from a 1964 "old"

:! the culvert.slddmarks approachIng has heard about the new mid- five teaching areas are Times. George Pierce who said that of the City of Starke at the disposal of the Brad. bond Issue forJhe\ sewage

Last Wednesday dle school program at Starke used to. be the practice to protect ford Civil Defense Unit in case of a natural disaster treatment plant. Those funds
afternoon and has asked to make !had been allocated for sewer
me arrangements .school' phtlHren.Utllltles .
has been submitted to the Council."I
Dec. U, BrenJa Brown 19), of for him to visit the Supt. Oscar Davis City pump station [to the Reno section

Hampton was Wiled when the middle school in Starke on Jan- but that project has never
car she was driving was struck urday 16 or'' 7." noted that Orange Street Is the Just wanted you to know tag'the issue of draining Alliga- 'been Implemented and Council

at the SR-18 creasing of the only open street which parallels I hadn't forgotten our planning tor Creek. A study of Bradford they
Bradford's new.middle schoolIs Temple Avenue the West. It man P, ;T, NoUn suggested
'. Seaboard.' ,Coastline Railroad II A certattity'''hMI. LYe1IateMbir '...would cause-dl'lvers on to'travel's session;! two. months ego," CD drainage-' the U. ,8. Corps of could be used to relocate the
Hampton by the Silver Director'' Frank Williams' told engineers Is pending. "''
Meteor. If the letter from Associate Pro- ? utility lines 1'be'pumP etloa I
long out of their If
She was bhe third member of fessor Emmett L. Williams of way way the city fathers In submitting It was decided at the final was scheduled to be built even

I the BHS class of '68 killed In a the University of Florida's College the street! was blocked, he said. the proposal to them Tuesday planning session two months though no lines could be connected -

railroad crossing accident this of Education Is any sam McRae, acting as chairman In night, Dec..17. ago that Williams would also to it because no other
the absence of Chairman Oril
m'r Williams. referred to a Joint- promulgate emergency plans to funds would be available to I i
ple.Wednesday Wiggins, turned the matter over (be Implemented Id case of an-
city-county session (held after build them.
year.Used morning representative -
to the
Safety Committee to work
Oil of Lennox Industriesand the week's rain of 18 Inches fell other disaster. After Gordon Friday, electrical -
out something wIth Police Chief
the firm's company magazine on the city and county In Sep Williams told JIbe Council he engineer for Reynolds.
w Bobby
Blgga. Councilman Gerald
Building Construction, Williams tember forcing homes along Alligator plans to present a similar resolution Smith' and Hills of Jacksomrljle,
and several others .
from Creek to be evacuated. to the County Commission .said there is free or
Chicago were in the school no money
Bugs CityService snapping pictures as they were : worked, said out something by the time should school be .Several sessions. were held ; at Its January meeting.The interest on !reserve from the.

hosted by Bradford' Supt. Tom resumes aftef- the Christmas with citizens displaced from resolution, which the 1966 bond issue, Utilities Supt.

Casey, Architect Don Morgan, c cation. va their homes or flooded out push- council took under advisementfor Oscar' Davis noted the $20,000

and Principal Richard Jockel. study, states: budgeted for the Reno "vcr
operators who
Lennox provided the heating' 1i "WHEREAS. Natural Disasterhas project is still unspent. Noun
{ persist In dumping burned motor -
oil into the city sewerage and cooling' system for the '- _-.--- Chamber Talk/ from time. to time, Inter then asked if it could be used
school. rupted the normal day to day to re-locate the utility lines.
I system will be warned, then
operations of the City Government
prosecuted the city Council de- Another sample, of the wide These students watch closed circuit TV Just Installed In the "We may have to re-priority

creed Tuesday night. Interest shown in new middle middle school Friday. Watching a film of themselves made to "WHEREAS, and, a need exists for some of our' projects," Councilman -
school, grades 68. Is provided Nell Tucker said.
II Utility Supt. Oscar Davis re- this week the students
sbow parents who attended an open house effective disaster relief oper-
In this letter from an area : Total cost of moving the SR-
ported that used motor oft has county: could be heard talking and laughing but the noise, while notlc- '',Ions- organized preparedness 16 utility lines so the road can
been found In four or five recent -
"Mr. William Alexander of able, was not loud. rapid reliable Information, be widened in al project .set in

coming dally through tests of the sewerage power the University of Florida bas A short distance away other students, like the ones In the authority to act, and channels. six months or so by the countyand
of Immediate action,
plant. recommended that represent-' accompanying photo were working and paying no attention. dy the State Road D"I"'tTIpnt!

Davis said that In additionto aUves from our county view the noise of the other group. "NOW THEREFORE BE Tf I fcl estimated to be over $60,000,,
CitedWhat RESOLVED Bradford
that Engineer : said closer
sohooll's no
: the practice of dumping the your presently operation."We 'have. two; "You get used to It." Principal Rlcbard Jockel says. County Civil Defense Is the de- estimate can be made until the.
oil Into city sewers being a
the overall
sigma for
schools with the! middle school / State Road Department come
violation of the city code it Is /
grade structure caused by total / cal businessman to the suggestion coordination of relief measures: ,up with actual plans for widen:,
a violation of the state Lire code '" / are :the comments of for the dissemination of factual
.J ing the road.
Integration. We find now that that the Chamber developa
as ti creates a fire (hazard. po-- l 1 J some Bradford citizens concerning Intelligence data to appropriate
we need to have to The Council was concerned
exposure sales clinic program earlyin
After discussion the Council\
the way things are In Bradford
government officials and to the
well organized middle schools Tuesday night that the County
instructed the city clerk to County? the year which would assist
write service station operato.'snotify1na and would, therefore, like to{' Some thoughts' brought In the retraining' of sales per- different" news media, Commission might think the
city Is not searching seriouslyfor
spend a day visiting: with you sonnel.
them of the council'sintentions out In early returns of the
that the Civil Defense Di-
while school Is In Is funds to move the SR-18
asking for coopera- your operation. Chamber of Commerce's "The (Christmas) parade
pro- rector, StarkeBradford Coun.
A letter of Intent to
out of date. Interrupts traffic.
tion, but warning that violatorswill posed Program, of Action!
ty, under the direction of the
Newest equipment to arriveat We must devise something bet- the Commission was discussed!
be prosecuted. Questionnaire. Chamber members city council Is the authority
the middle school ds overall but no further action was taken.
Councilman P.T Nolln said that fur bad opportunity to com- ter, more modern and appropriate -
for planning In
niture for emergency Engineer Friday told the
one Jacksonville firm will pick resource center, : :: .;t'- '.1"f f ) ment and place on a priorityfor another businessman the City of Starke. council that federal funds
up the burned oil for three cents comparable to a regular school ....... '" the coming year some 31 thinks. "AND BE FURTHER RE- no
library, and closed circuit tele- IT are available to use on the SR-
"j "Promote the establishment of
per gallon. Davis .said that J "
one 4k Items or proposed projects In SOLVED, that all agencies de-
-. : 16 moving project. He said how-
Just got Into
firm had been collecting oil operation -; six indus- a study committee on county
r partments, and services of the
ever, there is.. chance the
for last Friday. ( and city consolidation (Starke,
one cent per gallon, but Is trial
development, education
longer The first film, 100 minutes ..I < Lawton, Hampton Brooker)," said City Including an resources !! city might obtain a Housing and
no in business.
long, shot In the I.. :>\ governmental affairs, retail of whatever nature shall be Urban Development Departmentgrant
school by be
faculty .I another says. This should
merchants division and cham-
assigned and made available
members as for a complete Reno sew-
was shown this ; started immediately so the
I ber services. The questionnaires. required to out the mls-
The CommunityState week to between 400 and 500 ; were mailed Friday, Dec. 13. necessary legislation could be carry ... er project. Friday said the city
parents who attended open "I still hear that our salespeople enacted' this' next session of the would be required to Put up 44

Bank of Starke house to see the new! school. not Legislature." ,[Continued on Page Five] .
are competent or
[Continued On Page
The! resources center .Is lo- "Brighten' 'em up. Make 'em
courteous, comments. one lo- ,,
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Search Continues TIlls Christmas tree In the new middle school Is painted o* more attractive," was one --- ---- -
The Florida
the wall. The water color paint washes off with a wet clotb. man's comment on a sugges-

Bank at Starke In Post Office Walls of the school are coverej. with huge mural and a gaily Rickett Plead tion that the Chamber place

B & E At Lawtey colored map of the world, something impossible In the conventional Not GuiltyIn special state effort fronts on and modernizationof Interiors)! in *.-c V flit* ****-*' 'Ie-ie

and school room. the central business district of -foil!'

Investigations are continuing Should the student turn around they would face the school Murder Case Starke and other communities. EARLIEST if

First Federal Savingsand In the burglarly of the Lawtey resource center, only steps away. James DanleH nickett. 4"-" in the county. PAPER *

Post Office last week but no "It is our opinion the Cham-
Loan Association arrests have been made according all directly adjacent to the resources dictionaries, and magazines M- year-old Itinerant painter: tae ber should have less projectsand NEXT WEEK ,::'
pleaded Innocent to (the murder .
to the Bradford Sheriffs center. Books are well aa library books. Any stu-i work harder on the most
WILL BE CLOSED Office Wednesday shelved In back-to-back cases dent is In position to walk Into of Oscar Melton last June at important projects selected" ..4

reaching' out radially from the The the latter's home on the Louise **
An audit by postal officials) I resources enter"'is 'ar one businessman commented."I .tt
CHRISTMAS DAY revealed last Thursday the bur- checkout desk. ranged so that it will be the graded road north of Waldo. commend the Chamber fora

glary netted $220 In cash and Student Sit In the library! la :enter of the students' work. Rickett. who was arrested recently more conservative approach: 'The Telegraph will be1 pub.
Wednesday, Dec. 25 carrells, :shaped! like,Nazis swastikas Single on the highway north of Baked
$950!} In blank money orders. concept filmstrips are. during the past two or so on Monday Dec 23.
The break-in and safe crackIng and each with four private another new item for the school. Perry entered the plea last years-as opposed to several In order that our special

of the post office safe took nooks for one student. Stu One for example, shows the week in a hearing before Circuit years ago" another said, apparently Christmas Greeting .Issue All correspondent, church

Thl Space Con>trlbtilea. place Tuesday night Dec 10, dents can read, hear tape recordings change of a moth to a butter- Judge O. L. Patten In Oaeneevlne. referring to the unsucceteful will M In the hands of reader and club reporters, column

Weekly to Publicize and was reported to authorities : or look at filmstrips, fly. With equipment and ma The office of public defender attempt to establish, a before Christinas Day. Isle and other contributors

Comnvnlty EvenUby. Wednesday morning by Acting'Postma.ster all made for individual use. terial still arriving, the only has been appointed to' Job corps center here two years The Telegraph has occadooaDy : are advised to have their
Middle students in dandle the defense. ', and no trial In office
Mr. R. E. Lee. school filmstrips the school has nowaxe been piloted on copy our by noon

The CommunityState Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish each study area are directly ad- In the science area accordIng date has been set. ago."Work toward getting lower!' Wednesday during a holiday Friday la order Ie 'Insure

Bank said the thieves wUl probably jacent to the resources which' 1 to Librarian Gladys Rickett Is report by deputies rates on city electricity. Nine week, but this will ba the publication. Anything received

"fence" the 'stolen money orders will contain. reference.. books{ Thomas to have been living waif out of 10 people who' contactme : first time to oar knowledge, later than that will

Account New lasurtd to a buyer Just as stolen .'" Melton Just before Melton was about home. specify that tit It has appeared on the be printed. U possible but
Up .e 115,000 by I germ' would be bandied. They 'found dead In an ont-fouflding they want to get out of be&: street and In mail boxes on cannot be assured of publica

[win then be aold to individual Home behind! his home. (Melton had. city because of Ugh electricity Monday tion.w .
at F fYgar.ireakeIkg4
F. P. L C. for whatever price the market Trade apparently been beaten and

will bear the deputy said. etMatil, pre 5'11' dragged' Into Che outhouse inrobbery a ,[Continued on Page Flvel

attempt> deputies add/ .

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Mrs L. K. Whitehead returned -" Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegar Sr.
Tuesday from Riverside Hospital and (Mrs. Mary Stone Nolan of Colson-Watera Thomas Williams WatchBand

r : ; where she underwent surgery St. Petersburg! Beach were last The wedding of IMiss Linda Engagement ToldMr. _
last Tuesday. Thursday visitors of Mr. and Kay Colson and Wilbur Waters -c'i

Mr. and Mrs Dick Sleffer- Mrs Terwillegar Jr.and daughter scheduled for December 28, has and !Mrs. D. B. Thomas Calendar
mEt: and son of Petersburg, Va, ,Anne. been postponed until after the ct Starke announce the engagement t MONTHS
are spending the holidays with first of the ;year. of their daughter Sally
Mr. and 'Mrs. B. O. McIntyre Pvt. Freeman Register HI of Mr. end Mrs Raymond Etc- Mr. and Mrs Merritt Williams.Mrs. .- Richard Watawrlgbt: and Doug Dlann, to Ron'ald Williams son FOB ONLY
Jaclcsonvllle' ;were f I anell1.and daughters of Ocala Conner are visiting friends inMerida. New ArrivalMr. E. Williams $1.00
and of of Mr. and :Mrs. R.
sons Fort; Leonard Wood, Mo. and John Griffin cf Ochlochnee
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. H, DU- Miss Paula Johnson of Athens. rill.:\ be.Friday overnight'guests' Carls visiting her mother.- Mexico this week. of the State Farm. ...AJlUdlllII;
Pre on Sunday. Ala are spending ten days with *f Mr. and \Mrs Henry Stefan- :Mrs F. F. Stump, over the Lt. and Mrs. Henry Richarde: and !Mrs Leslie Starlingof The wedding! will take place The
Wayne Blanken&blp'of() Maol- Mrs. Betty Register. *Ill.Miss weekend. ''Jr. .of Monterey Calif. are Macclenny announce the birth December 31 at 8 p. m. in the
son Junior College Is home for Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ritch and Sandra. Register of Tlft spending the holidays. 'with Mrs. of a so,, Michael Leslie, .on Dec. drat Christian Church with a TELEGRAPHfCSEiPPPSW'SSB
SK-3 Rick Hood of Norfolk,
the holidays. Mrs. Daisy Ferryman will entertain j College::: is home for the holl- H. M.:Rlcl1a.tc. 15 In the Bradford: County Hospital. reception, in the church recreation
Va. is borne on two weeks leave
of Gaiesvllle spent :' .
Greg David at a family dinner party lays. !hall.

the weekend 'with Davis Ms grandmother who- Sunday with 26 'attending I8IW.II.'UI"! !' ...._ ._ _._ --.._foilii.-'_.. _._--.-......-. ---......--.............................W'.. ,'..
Mrs lAicile Mrs. Francis Stone of Kings-
has been ill. land. Ga. is visiting 'Mr. and WITH
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Thornton Mrs. Dave Paulk while Mrs. RIGHT UP TO THE
visited Mr. and Mrs. Hiram. caulk[ Is confined with flu. LAST MINUTE. .
Thornton In Jacksonville on Larry Crawford of Brlgham- i l1ia
Sunday.Mr. Young University, Provo. !Utah
and Mrs. Jerry. Williams Is home for the holidays. WlU.V (
of Gainesville were I Sunday: visitors Miss Hose Holliday, daughter .
of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. CSvastain. of (Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Hol] .

liday of Starkc, has pledged STOREFOR
Sgt. and Mrs. Robert L. Cooper Delta Zeta sorority at Florida
and family of) Savannah. Ga. State University In Tallahassee. EVERYONE
were weekend visitors of Mr. Local admittances to Bradford _
and Mrs. C. L. Cooper. County Hospital this :week include <
Miss Mary Bollinger: of) Hat- : Loys Johns, Mrs Jes- BY POPULAR
tlesburg, Mies.. Miss Martha ele Price, Otis Hodges and Earl q/y '
Bollinger of William-Carey Ool- J. Nichols of .Lake Butler: Amy DEMAND _
ltge and Miss Marilyn Bollingerand Starling of Lawtey: Mitchell 'L's
Mickey Agner of Samford Norman and Lonnle Roberts of A REPEAT FROM >
University Birmingham, Ala, RaUord; Mrs. Vera Ownbey and OUR ANNIVERSARYSALE ;

are home for the holidays Cynthia Ann Queen of Keystone Number One Name In Under.Fashions _and Eagles
Capt. Thomas Dyal of Heights: ; Dennis Hodge of
AFB, San Bernardino, Calif., la Brooker; Jose V. Morelra. of e Number One With Vanity Fair With A Complete
home on two weeks leave. Hampton: Lum Grant of Mld- SLIPS I BEAUTIFUL 'SELECTION OF PINS -

Miss Harriet Goodman of Chi dleburg; and Mrs. Daisy: Starling .. BRACELETS NECKLACES AND
cago. Ill., will arrive home Sat. Mrs. Eva Johnson, John Slips Foundations -- Sleepwear OUR STOCKS ARE EARRINGS
urday for a week's visit .with :her '
Mock, Mrs. Leona Mathews.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Seeber Marcia Goodge, Mrs. Fannie THE GIFT THAT'S SURE TO PLEASE PUNISHED FOR T
.Goodman. Morris. Elizabeth Ann Hodges. ,.. SALE. HRIES.J t fP V A

Mrs. Fred Graudon and daugh Alvin Underhill, Terry Goodge. -t ,1 REG. $3
ter. Bonnie, visited :her par. Raiford Brannon, Mrs. Evelyn : Q AM
ents Mr and Mrs. S. A. Went- Wise and Ralph Goodge. all of
ling, In Sun Ray over the week Starke. WI!
Sheriff 'and Mrs. P. D. Reddish
and :Mrs. J. B. Bakken will ba veas visitors for HIS FOR & e' $1N09w 8. < ....
Sr. of Wahpeton N. D. are visiting two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Drew HERLONDON .
the Junior Bakkens for a. Reddish and family of Wilmington FOG
month. Dela. and Mr. and- Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Turner Glen Reddish of Alvin, Texas. ENGLISH SQUIRE '
were Friday overnight guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- GOLF JACKETS f ",

Mr.Tallahassee and Mrs.and Philip attended Shuford the Division In dale O'Brien and are family camping and in. Gatlin-James, .$11 to $22.50SPECIAL ',. () ,4 q A A._

of Corrections Christmas. burg N. C. from Sunday to 4 PRE-CHRISTMAS
dinnerdance.Miss Thursday.Mrs. REDUCTIONSON
Christa Joellenbeck of Henry O'Hara has.returned ALLBRAND r
!Miami la visiting Dr. .and Mrs. from two weeks visit with Mr. i f1 / ( NAME t '
:D. W. Whiffon on Wednesdayand and .Mrs. Blair Pharos in Winter .
Thursday.. Park. and Mr. and Mrs.Otho 1 .
J. R. Chaeteen Jr. of Belle Hamman in Tampa. GROUP iw SportswearDARK DRESSY w
Glade was Sunday overnight Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Crawford LINEN ,
,guest of Mr. and Mrs.(R. V.Tur ''Were In Bushnell Sunday on "CAROLE G" 'e'
ner. Mr. Ohastcen and Mrs.Turner business. BROWN Party Dresses <
: were in Tallahassee .on Miss Beverly MtiRae of FSU I. WOOL DARK '
business on :Monday. Is home for the holidays. COLORS ;sr" i GREEN
The Methodist 'Women's Sunday ,' 5: could be more exciting w ,
Mr. and Mrs. :eonard Moore ONLY +St' GREY WOOL \ _< i ie
School class will have a than a dressy party
aid family visited friends in $12.00 DARK
Christmas dinner party tonight Greensboro, N.C.over the' week .k,. M' "" BLUE AND dress? Santa suggests rt
(Thursday) at Morrisons Cafeteria end. .;, f.:' DARK GREEN it So take an expertsI'

in Gainesville. Gifts will 'Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hawkins s 2 ( ( .,/. WHOLE GROUP advice!
be exchanged. and family of Jacksonville were A ;,..
Mis. Lamar, Shaw and family Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. / A'!' :'
:) '
of Miami will spend the -
Titus Olson. -
weekend,;: with Mrs. F. J. Shaw. > .< 1/ Off FR
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan and r. 3
f&irlm"6t"'LU; City"ldCre 'Pleit-1 :",:"' :, ..t" GIFT
ins Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson I it' ;, t, ,WRAPPING .
> *'"- Jean' Mundy of OolumVbla A 1 ilj':: .,

University, N. Y. is home a Y k.
for ten days. ,... f \ ",
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Mr. .and Welsh I \ >, i
Mrs. Bobby: of ... I SWEATERS
I ,
Crestview are spending ten days l .1 _., .
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with her parents Dr. and Mrs. w \ l ....
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A.kCharley "" .v. .
O. L. Haynes Jr. ,
--.r..r ;;:;;: CHASE GROUP
Mrs. and Mrs. M. W. Furlong ; <> d 'tJ 'f I d
,and family of TUton, Ga. will ONLY .98 '
visit Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen $9
over the weekend.Mr. E. CHRISTMAS -
and Mrs. W. F. Xlerlong ",
:will be Sunday guests of Mr. I :
and Mrs. Frank Brabham in JchnsAbout I r t
Gainesville. ) : Personalize
'Mr. and Mrs. (Eddie Douglas] This Question: L J.

of Atlanta, Ga. will ..arrive this Coat, Jacket, Dress,
weekend to spend tea days with "Our boiler explosion GIRLSCINDERELLA
caused '
,their parents, Mr. and Mrs.Rob- expensive Shirt Tie, Etc.
ert Green and Mr. and Mrs. damage to our t ; ,
Howard Douglas( In Breaker.. own building and equip. with Eagle's Exclusive DRESSES
Miss 'Phyllis Haddock of HighPoint ment, but nothing to compare
College N. C, Is home for' with our liability for / Monogram t : HER MAJESTY SLIPS And
a month. damage to other tenants in .* e4 Your Initials '
Miss Janet Hardy .of :the UnlJ the building. Are such loses .. PANTIES
versify of Georgia, and Miss1 now insurable as part of Your Color, Your :>
Jayne Hardy .of Taft College are/ the .
new Multi-Peril pack. One Group HER MAJESTY
home for
the holidays.Mrs. >: .
Kathleen Goethe of) East age policy for commercial t ALL WEATHER s Style.MEN'S i GOWNS AND PAJAMAS
enterprises ,
and Institutions ,, $
!Falatka: and Mrs. James Me- ,
Neely of Lake City spent the I GIRLS
weekend with :Mrs.
Herbert Thomas. a' Handkerchief
Mr. Thomas and Mr. Mc- Charley E. i I4 Pants And Pant Top
NeelY were in the Scrub. Zip Out Lining R&n? Cap ) ALREADY
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Which. JOHNS AGENCY PACKED Beautiful prints to have fun with
silo of Belleville Mich were I DRESSY ONLY $22.95 4 Green Blue Black Grey Gold $
visitln Mr. and Mrs. R. E. 13) So.. Walnut St. J 8FOR$1 Brown.
Firth the first of the week. Phone 964-5070 Ncr

h""' .. ., _......1o.L. I A GIFT > LITTLE GIRLS r

F ONLY $18.98
Dress Shirts '

AND tn

BY t \ \ Sport Shirt



$3.98 ,peg Just Received "The
Fresh flowers man: who knows, says 'j
For t'' For Christmas want a pair of FARAHS."

All Occasions i For ; t
( House :.-. '. .. DRESSY
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CHRISTMAS REDUCED Many, many other gifts for the
Arrangements FUR RUGS man and lad from our complete

Jeanie's Florist ac-.98 t


Tie-tacka Ties

i 964.7704i TOWELS ENGLISH SQUIRE ..___ $13.00 I
LONDON FOG __u____ $22.50 ',

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T ._ Rev. and Mrs Burch Woman's Club

Of Interest To. Hosts To OfficersOn Tea Honors Trade fit H oe rerY..reamnmnilf.WII rake!

Sunday. afternoon, Dec. IS, ,._ New Members sail prtjnst,
between the hours of four and '
WOMEN six the Rev. and !Mrs. :Robert The' Starke Woman's Club

D. Burch entertained the oUl. 4.r held Its annual Christmas tea ,I r

cers of the First Presbyterian honoring new members last

Gladvs Mooty: Phone ?fi1-703Miss } ........' Church. Wednesday .afternoon. tntst
'- Throughout the :house 'were' Mrs. V. J. Spe.Dllerreeted
Christmas decorations\ ,CuesU guests at the door. Standing in
Miss Janet Hardy I were Invited Into. tine dining the receiving line were Miss .

Is Engaged room where the table was covered Della Rosenberg, president: -cam .. '
1 with a outwork: linen cloth Mrs. J. D. Warren. Mrs Hazel .
To G. E. Ivey, Jr. I and centered with' a silver epergne Bitch Mrs. Fate Broom Mrs. ( J.l lift"
i filled with boLy.: (Mrs. Henry 'H. L. Speer, Mrs Carl Roberts 1J
i Mr. and Mrs. James Eldon I Greene presided, the punch Sr.. sponsor of the Junior Worn. ;l .
Hardy announce the engagement bowl. ans Club Mrs: Clyde Sinclair, ) !
of their daughter' Janet Elaine, I Approximately 30 guests called sponsor of the I4ttle Women, /' \ .\
to George Eugene Ivey, Jr., ( durina the appointed hours; i Miss Evelyn Sinclair president 'I "-
son of Mr. and Mrs. George Eugene of the Little' Womena Club, r:
Ivey, Sr. of Atlanta, Geor- Lawton Conner !I and Mrs. Guy Sale, member. .. (14\

F gia.The bride-elect was graduatedfrom Feted On BirthdayLawton i .1 \ .. a ship(New chairman.members also standing In Y "uI ( (\ .l t \
Bradford School In
4 High ..' the receiving line: were Mrs. I
1963., She will receive her !BJ9. Conner celebrated him Jimmy Crosby, Mrs. Ralph : :
Degree In Early Childhood Edu- 92nd birthday Sunday at a f amily ", 1;.' Diggs, Mrs. Lenore Foster, .Ji.

v cation in June trom the University gathering at the Leon Coo i' ,.. ..hr. ti Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton, Mrs. < C i \ :1'Ti k ke
of Georgia! where sine Is a e / ner !home on Crosby Lake. "11' Harry Hatcher Mrs. O. L. Way t.s \
member of !Delta Gamma Soro Attending the celebration nes Jr., Mrs. Frank Mitchell /t\ \
rity. Miss Hardy is also a menu were! 65 local guests and the following -'' Miss Simmons Mrs. A. W. Sdhulz, :Mrs. Robert I Ii Ii1.1

ber of WRA iNSEA, and was r-' out-attownf :Mr. end Turner, and .Mrs. Joe ValensW. tf i
named Most Outstanding Fledge Mrs. Loran Conner and son and Mr. DiAngelo Mrs. Marian Payne Mrs. Preston t- .
., '\, IJ>. \ N of her sorority last year. Rufus. Crosby of Atlanta Ga.: Studstlll.! and Mrs. L. K. f- '\ \1.1 II"'
:i\ The groom-elect was grad / \ Mrs Doris Zeigler of (Dade Wed In Miami, Whitehead, new members were .
uated from St. Andrews Prep City; Mr. ad Mrs. !Adam :Mels- unable to attend.
.. : School for ter of St. Petersburg; :Mr. and <
."... \ Sewannee (Miss Anna Maureen Slmmond, Corsages were presented to the \
; I i Luclan. Alvarez and :Mrs.
.. Tennessee, in '1965. Mr. Ivey will Mrs. daughter of :Mr.\ and !Mre. Stephen ones standing In the receivingline .
receive his BBA. Degree with Gertie Hart of Raiford: :Mrs. entertainers, and t ,
NewsomeMannEngagement E. Simmons of Miami, for- the I ,
Lewis Nellie Moore of Lake* Butler;
mer Starke residents! and !Domenlo chairmen in charge of the tea. i '
ToldMr. Mrs. Nettle McOcrmlck: and Mr. of Mr. The mantle in the loungeWbel"8
Poseph DkAngelo
Mr. Farnsworth
and Mrs. Carlos Maxwell of Fort
end Mrs. Frank Centonze of !the receiving line stood / I I
and Mrs. Ernie Newsome White; Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Was- decorated with :holly a
Cherry Hill, N. J., mere united was
Mr. and Mrs. James Adams announce the engagement and din of Waldo; Mr. and Mrs. W. In marriage on Nov. 30 at 3:30: ( Santa Claus, and sleigh. 1
(Lewis announce the engagementand
approachdng marriage of their C. Conner of Jacksonville; Mr. iti St. James Church ,Miami The tea table was, covered:
:p. m.
appro-aching marriage of
daughter, Gloria Jean, to Louts and 'Mrs. L. E. Peterson\ of Lake with a white outwork. cloth and
with iMsgr. Dixon perform. \
their daughter, Brenda Jane, to City Mr. and (Mrs. Willie Oar. I'
r A. Mann, .eon of the late Gertrude ; ing the nuptials centered with a blue, green and
Harold Charles Farnsworth Jr.. ter of Raiford: Mr. and !Mrs. LL
HofCmel ter. gold Christmas arrangement
altar of
The / the church was
son ()f Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gerald Crawford of. Theresa;
The candelabrawith
bride-elect graduated flanked by silver
decorated with& sprays of carnations
Charles Farnsworth Sr., of Tallahassee
Conner and of
Doyle son
from Bradford High School ands and gladioli. Music was green tapers. Mrs. E. L.
Tampa. employed .at the Branding. ; Rev. and !Mrs. Medarl-. rendered Mrs. Matthews and (Mrs. James A.
The wedding will be an eventof by Fyke organ- \
out and Mr. and (Mrs. H. B.
Iron Restaurant.Mr. Griffin presided at the silver
March 22 .at 7:30: p. m. In the Kelly of Gainesville: Mr. and Ist and Mrs. Borone, soloist. / :
Mann Is services.The
employed by the Joseph DiAngelo .attended his coffee and punch
First ,
Baptist Church of Starke.Miss Mrs. H.. M. Perrin of Green I
City of Starke house
and the Fire De 'brother as best man 'and the stage of the club
Lewis Is a graduate of Cove Springs. ; and Mr. and Mrs.
partment.The decorated Old Fashioned
was as an
:ushers were Dave King of Miami
Bradford High School and is cur Charles' Sohaffers. Atlanta, ,
wedding will take place at Christmas) living room
rently attending the Universityof Ga. and their families. .and Stephen E. Simmons Jr. of
the First Methodist Church' on Starke. with an open fireplace which!
December 28 Mr, Farnsworth a graduateof Garden ClubEntertained
All friends and relatives are Green fireside chairs and a
Robinson High School of Tam served her sister as matron of
Invited to attend spinning wheel made, it a typical -
pa. He attended the University honor and Mrs. S. E. Simmons
of South Florida, where he Jr. was bridal attendant. They Christmas of yesteryear.Mrs. .
president of this fraternity was, OES Members By Mrs. NormanMrs. were gowned alike In full length Joan Chitty and ''Mrs. Paul BRUSHED ACETATE-NYLON
Canova' sitting In the fireside
Alpha Tau Omega.' He is currently : Have emerald green faille fasJuoed
serving with the United a Major In marketing :in August Yule PartyStarke A. Russell Norman was with empire bodice with elbow chairs, sang Christmas songs, Cuddle-soft, whisper light, sleepwear of brushed

States Navy stationed at Cecil from He the University of Georgia Chapter 224 OES. held :hostess to the Starke Garden length sleeves a.td 'trimmed with accompanied ,by Mrs. Levy Ca. acetate-nylon. Yoke, Peter Pan collar and sleevesare
is a member of Pi
Field. Kappa their .annual Christmas party Club Monday evening at her green veils and carried gold nova.RegisterCrawford. artistically trimmed in soft lace. Matching
Alpha Fraternity has held the : home on :E. Call Sitieet.
mint green lace.They wore short scuffs make this and you'll love.
a warm set
office of Pledgemaster, and has cozy
An impressive program) was Holiday decorations! were used, carnation nosegays.
O'NealGriffisMrs. bean awarded the Neophyte conducted by Mre. Nelle Noll. and the refreshment table was MsaL1soa OWeil, niece of the
Wedding Date MATCHING SCUFF $3.00
Virginia O'Neal of Starke Spirit Award, and the Most Loy man ,with Leslie Bradley leading covered with .a green linen cloth, bride, was flower girl.

and Emory Grifffls will be married al Brother Award. the hymns. J, L. Gentry played centered with .red Christmas Given In marriage by her father Miss Betty Ann Register
An and
wedding ds
January 10 in Jacksonville. being Santa, handing gifts from undera candles. the bride wore a white Larry Crawford will
planned. < beautiful silver tree. Mrs. K. D. Conner, flower Oiantllly lace Victorian exchange
,. ._ _.. ___. gown nuptial vows on rirlday. Dec.
_... .._ a..r show chairman! outlined the pre-
-- -- -- ----- \with high lace collar three- 27, at 7:30: p. m. In the :Madison
llnlnary schedule for the Spring quarter length lace sleeves and
Baptist Church. There will
flower show. chapel train. Hen shoulder ,be a reception in the church
LAST Plans were made for Judging! length veil of Illusion 'was secured an

.1 MINUTE SHOPPING ? the' Raltord.'outdoor decoration contestat with a tulle headpiece: dec. nex.All friends .and relatives of

.H orated with crystals and eeed the couple are invitedto attend
A Christmas cactits was presented pearls. She caNledWhdte/ car. ,
to each member. nations centered with a wMte

Lottie Moon orchid..A reception was held tat Bud NEW R

I Circle Party .:Dickey's Clubhouse Restaurant
in North Miami. The (guests en.

Nz + \ 11 MIt Little Moon circle o! he toyed a cocktail hour followedby
dinner A band
furnished music
First Baptist Church held a
for dancing. The bride and
last Friday
Christmas! dinner party
night at the home of Mr. groom cut the cake and later GAF Anscomatic"N

....i. and Mrs. Sonny Tenly, with their left for a, wedding trip to Free
8 port. Grand Bahamas.The .
\ .'...!;( .. husbands The ,buffet as table guests.was covered ,bride .traveled In a two t Movie Camera

piece mohalp ensemble
." with a red linen cloth and.center
f. W ed with a poinsettia .arrange complemented with gold accessories
!Q' 0 I' couples were and the orchid from he* 8
ment. The eight Professionalism Comes To Super
M:1 '" seated, at four card tables covered bouquet.
They will reside In
with Chlfltmas/ cloths and cen- Miami
+ tered with Christmas. candles.
; ''r Members exchanged gifts dur Canasta Club

8J t 1 r. lag the evening Has Yule Party

J '. ff Mrs. Green Feted
Members of the Canasta Club
8i :
%. 'I By Chdir Members held their annual Christmas par
VI : ty Wednesday night at the home NN
The chancel choir of the First of Mrs. Maxie Carter 'Jr. where

Methodist Church gave. a sure Yuletide arrangements were
: i I I prise birthday party. for their :used In the party rooms.
!> organist, Mrs. Inez Green, last The buffet table where dinner .
if A N Thursday night alter .choir re- was served. was .covered

\ hearsal. with a red linen cloth ,and centered -
The party was :held In Fellowship with a gold and white ar
::8 N Hall where .refreshments rangement. N
were enjoyed by the 20 mem- During the evening gifts 'were
hers, :and they listened to of the Cantata. members. N

HomemakersHave CARD OF THANKS
To those who expressed their
LuncheonThe sympathy In so many beautiful .
, M l and practical 1 ways duringour
i : extension Homemakers recent bereavement, we ex- The Anicomallc ST/110
i The Answer For The Person Club had a Christmas luncheon tend our heartfelt thanks. Your
:N Who Has M Thursday Dec. 12 at the home many kindnesses will always be M
of Mrs. Davis Gassett. remembered.-Mrs. H. C. Wain-
M ,A $100 check from the club !Wrlght .
EVERYTHING OR NOTHING was given to Miss !Martha Sue r t- --U-- Compare these Features -
McCain to purchase: china and
silverware. for the Agricultude SCHEDULE B-lo-1 Pushbutton power/manual "'7 zoom lena zoom from
7.5mm wide angle to 60mm telephoto
CATHOLIC CHURCHES CdS thru-th-l lens electric eye with manual override-guaranlt**
An the
Insured Gifts were exchanged by
Savings Account M
r At exposure control
N tl2 members attending ST. EDWARD'S. Starke; M Film pulse Indicator Indicate when film I I. running through
Sunday Mass. 9:13 a. m. the camera
CourthouseOfficials Thursday :Mass 6:30: / p. m. e Easy cartridge loading N
first Federal Of Starke Miraculous :Medal Novena, M Unique new grip with Integrated thumb release gives you a firm
Party Saturday 7 p. m. two-handed grip helps keep movies steady Two Independent
Confession' 5 p. m., 7 p. m. motors one for zooming the other for filming; allows you to zoom N
Officials and employees of the ST. WILLIAM'S. without filming. Fade-In fade-out control for professional-like
:. -- - - - - - - County Court House with their Keystone Heights: movies Contoured eye shade conforms to you: shuts out distracting
wl, husbandS and 'wives had
Christmas dinner party Friday Wednesday: .. and Novena per second) and slow motion ((32 frames per second) Through- .

I ,,0' :} SANTA 'S CUT OUT AND SAVE 1: night Garden in the Restaurant.Pecan Room of the ST.(/l T p.m MARY'S. Macclenny: the-lens get viewfinder on film .and Critical focusing mlcroprlsm system focusing- shows spot you exactly- for sharp whatyou'll M

clear pictures Exposure reading and over/under warning signal
( 'NUMBER Christmas decorations. were Sunday Mass; 11:30: a. m. '. Built-in Type 85 A filter for outdoor movies Back-light control
: used on the T-ehapel dining ta to brighten back lit subjects Single frame operation with optional
ble. Charles Darby won the door r cable release for time lapse photography Remote Control outlet- .
IS prize.. THE BRADFORD allows you to be In your own movie 2 built-in battery testers
D 1 1Savillgs Following the dinner the 35 attending I COUNTY TELEGRAPH Electric motor drive
[ :
964-5214 sang Christmas carols. Published every Thursday

at 133 W. Call St, ii
- - Sawyers Hosts See It AtM
- --. Starke. Fla. 32091

N To Slade Personnel Second class postage paid t

at Starke, Fla.
Mr. and Mr. Charles Sawyee Subscription Rate
I n and Loan were host at a Christmas dinner : BULLINGTON'SPHOTOGRAPHY
:9. party Tuesday night for the In trade area: 14.00 per
Slade Gas Co. employees, bus- year; 12.25 six months.
bands and wives
In the Pecan
44J a./ ASSOCIATION OF STARKE :room of the Garden Restaurant. :per Outside year;trade f 2.SO area m months: $4.80 Cameras Jewelry *-at Gift
: After dinner >>
: = t" N. Temple AT*. Phone 96450003S n the part.1Went/
__ to the Sawyer borne for. dessert E. L. Matthews, editor aDd

f if after whicfc and bonuses gifts /were awarded.exchanged publish.l >>: :iI

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of feed mills. He was -also presl. .IY
Brooker Man Cevicted dent of Blgham; Enterprises. ,
VOICE of theSPORTSMAN which:' In *
was engaged! several \\,
promotions to the Snooker
Ii; :' The firm which Bigham area.baa V

\. : .,,' On Bogus Bill ChargeW. headed .as president entered Into
.. fly MIKE CIIITTY I8D agreement earlier this year 2. < :
Phone 475-2171 + "aw,'JI'," E. (Bill) Bigham Jr., 46, U. S. Secret Service agents on In a series :Involving persons with the Levy County Port Authority w
-...,. ,..JI"J' for development of $3 o '
Brooker manufacturer and promoter August( 24, 1965 at the Lake City over a wide area of Florida. The a
was convicted last week bus station where Bigham was subsequent investigation cf the million port facility on the Cross ::r Gift ... >
Seasons Greetings, from your one j rash bit fairly good. especially in Federal court in Jacksonvilleon charged with going to 'pick up case resulted In the confiscation Florida Barge Canal, at Ingllsi; A ... .
rolling reporter. I guess you tn the case of Red Neal charges arising from a $102 what he thought to be $15,000 in of $102.000 In bogus $10 bUls However the :Redimlll) rights lathe To TII: TELTSORArH: : f
fellows will be glad when and Andy Boswell who live on 000 counterfeit money case. legitimate. currency as payoff by U. S. Secret Service agents agreement were Immediately **
Christmas has come and cone. the north shore of big Lake San Sentencing was set for Jan- money. The Secret Service had accused transferred by Redimlll officials 21 IS TH"!: IDTJAL WAY to
When things' will settle down, ta Fe. Red and Andy went out wary 17. One of the key witnesses at Thrift of being a lockoutfor to another( developmentgroup. friends and i"'.
and you can get back to bust- fishing and caught 18 bass A second defendant, Shelby the trial was a Gainesville man, Bigham( at the time of tho remember
:ness: of hunting and! fishing re that weighed up to 4 pounds. All Devone Thrift, 46, of Lake City, Donald L. Westmoreland, a former payoff money was picked up (\relatives. less ,
gularly. Maybe, Just maybe of them were good size, they was acquitted by U. S. District auto salesman, !who ,testified from a baggage locker at the The Vlthan lOt a week. .
you'll get that new gun, or" new reported. They said they watched Judge diaries R. Scott:' 'who that he coopenaited. with Lake City bus station. thp gift that keeps)
fishing outfit !that' you've reallybeen the' gulls, and followed them ruled that the government's evidence Federal agents In the investigation ,Judge Scott cancelled the $15,
wanting. Then you can around, fishing where the gullswere. was not enough to sustain that led to the arrest of the 000( ball under which! Bigham- Old11Iff" zi on giving. tChi

start bringing Jn the game or a conspiracy charge.A other two. has been free and set .ia new -.
fish.Christmas Griffin's Lodge (east shore jury of nine men and three Westmoreland. Is charged In bond of 20000. ;If a motion for J
and cold weather Santa Fe), was the only fishing women convicted BIgham of the (Northern District of Federal a new trial is rUed Judge Scott .
really slowed down the news' camp with any news. They reported three counts which included court in another case Involving; said he would hear It on the sentencing f11f --
again this week. However. that not many people charges of conspiracy, possession the possession\ and passing of date.Blgham 1t\
those who went (seemed to do were out again this week because sale passing and transferof some $43,000 in counterfeit; is {president of Redl- "Tomorrow is the greatest :J
pretty good. of the weather. Wednes- counterfeit notes. note mill Manufacturing! & Sales device
labor-saving ever
My brother, Wayne CMtty day, Roy Griffin caught 8 bass Both men were arrested by ,The Blgham trial was the last Corp. of Brooker, manufacturers "
Billy Bell, and friends went that averaged 3 to 4 pounds. thought of.
duck hunting Saturday morning, Thursday' Charles Peace of
and killed 7, They said the Jacksonville, caught 18 spent,
weather was perfect. There wasa and 4 bass. off the brush plfc-: '..?
slight drizzle, and the ducks Friday morning, Roy went out ""r
were flying low. As they really and caught 4 bass the largest;
started coming in good. Way weighing 4% pounds. For the
ne'" gun broke and he had to second week In a row, Roy kill
Eland there and watch the ducks ed himself a Turkey hen over
fly over. Fellows that's real tfca weekend. Sems like he's
disappointing when you get up luckY at everything! tries.
all hours of the morning to go Well, Sportsmen, that does. It
out there early, and something for another week. One more
like. that happens. Right Wayne week of fishing before Christ- :
? He and his friends went mas. Maybe things will pick up Src
back Sunday morning, and!! killed then. I hope you all !have a
9 more ducks. Merry Christmas\ Until next
Although the weather was week. "Goodbye, and good
messed up most) of last week luck!" .

Detective Drama Heads List

I Of Movies Here This Weekend

"A Lovely Way To Die." a Princes" $ 85 a

hard-hitting detective drama Two motorcycle gang films j$2OO
starring Kirk Douglas European will roar across the 301 Drive-
star Sylva Kosctna. and in screen Friday Saturday, and .
versatile Ell Wallach Is coming:! Sunday, Dec. 2022. "The Say
to the Florida Theatre: Sunday. age Seven' 'is the' story of a
Monday, and Tuesday Dec. 22- cycle outlaw attack on an AmerIcan
Indian settlement.AngelsFrom

24.Douglas, a tough cop and a a war Hell"!hero starts who returns Tom Stern to his as Moto'.ol Pi. isttnns
swinger Is (hired to serve as. a 4? B"DillY ..
bodyguard for Miss Koscina.: old motorcycle gang pals
charged with the murder of her leads a gang against society
wealthy!husband abetted by her until he Is cut down by the law.

playboy lover Wallach is seen
as a trial lawyer famous for /
his Image.courtroom twang and folksy Recreation; Color TV

Photoplay was shot entirelyagainst News
eastern seaboard lo.
cales. Among sites selected for
the filming were New Jersey's
Monmouth Park The Starke Recreation Department I
Race Track,
the Hudson Palisades Harriman will schedule Its activities Salel t.
State Park, platlal estatesin during the Christmas
Glen Cove, Longs Island, and holidays as follows: p
r Greenwich, Connecticut Trudy Old Armory '0" i' L
Jlene 's <' scotheque, the Wall Monday \through' Friday (closed _-- --- ------ -- l : tit ii t _
Street Heliport, Third Avenue Christmas and New Year):
and the Brooklyn Bridge. Room 9 a. only m. to 12 noon-Game 1 Nqf'A'MENT'TIL_ JANUARY: { r., : : ,- _

A double feature Friday and
1 to 2:30: p m/ Bantam Boys .
Saturday. Dec. 20-21 will .
screen --
((10 11 12)), '.
"Villa Rides. set ia Mexico! In w t S
2:30: ( to 3:30: p. m.-Jun1or
1912 for a look at the
br'ef period -
Boys ((13 14 15)),
dn the life of the Mexican!
3:30: to 4:30: p. m.--Glrl
revolutionary: "Panoho Villa, and 4:30: to 5:30: p. m.-open Free .
"Project X, a science-fiction Time.
thriller set In the 22nd century.In I
The armory will be open on i A
"Villa n1
Rides Robert (Monday and Thursday; nights
Mitchum plays the pilot of a from 7:30: ( to 9 for the older
pre-World War I
"Flying JenIIY"
groups wishing to play. Use of
bi-plane and Yul
Brynner the armory for any other time
stars as! Pancho Villa. ,
will have to be requested
The Florida will also feature Save$8
(through the recreation office.
a matinee Saturday
and Sunday, Pratt Street Center will be
Dec. 20-21, with the vcioe of
from 2 to 5 for
open p. m. supervised
Julie Andrews In "The Singing, free play
Basketball S ,, Big 23in. (measured diagonally) color TV has

eW .The Men's Basketball LeagueIs ( :- ...5- solid-state reliability at 17 vital points
formed now with four teams

registered to begin play. The SAVE $200 Automatic gain control reduces picture fade
league will be represented by
{Baldwin Chevrolet, Bowling Pro Lighted channel indicators on VHF and UHF
duce, Starke Plaza, and Trlest Combines 23in. (measured diagonally) color picture and FM/AM
Construction, and is tentatively stereo in Early American style cabinet. Pull-push on/off control $4/88
scheduled to get underway. .by
the first week In January Automatic fine tuning with AFC picture lock

The other recreation leagues Solid-state reliability at 17 vital points 5709 8
will meet for the first time after. Delive'/I"II ;"st""tio",
the boUdaya.Sl1mRastics FM/AM/FM stereo radio Six speakers

Automatic 4-speed stereo changer LK838E .
The Slimnastlcs Class .wlll i.Je.O-e Christmas !
take a ,break for the (holidays.
and will resume classes' on

J Tuesday Jan. 7. t .

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Honor Society 1= I :; I !

Inducts 23 '

At Bradford Hi [J _.: ;I'0" '

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ITwenty-three new memberswere .
Inducted into ithe Bradford '
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High School chapter of the "'= _......".,.-_"" .- __ S .
National Honor Society Thurs' --
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day, Dec. 12.
,The Induction ceremony was

reading carried out"The by Master's Bruce Haddock Touch." SAVE $150 SAVE $145 I SAVE $140 SAVE $10"Squarescreen"

Tim Thompson reading) the French Provincial style cabinet wrapped Solid-state reliability at 17 vital
points Big 23-in. (measured diagonally) color picture .
prayer, Reggie Flynn .reading 19-in.
(measured diaeo-
"Character," Kay Smith reading around big 23-in. (measured diagonally) Automatic fine tuning with AFC picture locK in ao Contemporary style cabinet. Soli B&W Automatic gain control
nally) picture
color picture Solid-state at 17 vital pointsfor VHF and UHF state vital
"Scholarship, Bill Belote Lighted channel indicators on reliability at 17 points Automatic reduces picture flutter, fade Has instant'
reading "Leadership," and MarIlyn extra reliability.Automatic $528CU828E Big23-inmeasured( etf fine tuning with AFC pic- picture and instantsou

vice."Patterson reading "Ser- fine tuning diagonally) color picture ."18 ture lock e.498 VHF dipole. antenna del38.88
(!Miss' Delia Rosenberg presented % CUI19C BH100
each Incoming member
BOUNCY BOHITA. bubbly with a National Honor Society
as can be In a pert A-tina Certificate and membershipcard. >> FROM MOTOROLA CREATORS OF QUASAR
Dress for Holiday fun! White COLOR t.
collar, cuffs and front yoke, Incoming members include:
daintily trimmed with VenIce Bill Belote Sharon Brown, Fran
lace. Two front pleats and Casey, Jane Crosby, Mary Bees,
back zip closing.Shirley Fabrics Madron: (Duck.Reggle Flynn,
Rayon/cotton "Serrano" Bruce Haddock DebbiE mil, r

lIa... Navy, Red, Lustreec Billy Huarglns, Debtde Ink lebar-
GrtM. ger, Judy McConnell Phyllis GAY'S HOME
Meng. Mike :Mitchell Lamar APPLIANCES
Norman Marilyn !Patterson,
Barbara Sherrlll, Kay Smith,
Prlscilla Tanner Tim: Thompson

l and Jimmy Yawn. 355 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-5711
: Presiding over the meetingwas
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City GefsDisasfer lutlon which! is designed "to dures. Williams said, would be told the city council at a Tuesday W.ylan l fipUtnnn, Defendant AonweroorrvFlooding!) Florida, on or before the 11 day of general County clrculntlon, Florida.In Starko.iBrRdfor.J ,
bring together the policies responsibilities meeting the WOT1OS' OP SUIT thoComplaint of soniudgment'by detaultalwillbe Dated this 11 day of .Decent
worked out and! written down Dec. 10, Joint TO Olenna Geraldine Way. on Plaintiff's Alter.ney do ber .
and procedures recently borrowed :land whose residence 7., Adklns, jr.. Ill S. W. taken nvalnit you for the re* )1J8.CIUnY.EFt
Plan tor e"adi! department within tate county had Bpllman, A. : (SFAL
developed to date In natural disaster work paving lat R. *". D. 1, Boston, Culpepper 'Third Street Gainesville. Flog.Ida hot demanded In the Complaint.Thl A. DARBY ClerK:
preparations and Is de- city after the council has $500.000 for road j County, Virginia' ; and file tho original answeror Notice shall be publishedmcd Circuit Court
agreed to the disaster< Dion. the (hydrocarbons road at You Are Notified that a Com pleadngin{ the Office of the each week for four con. BY Beulah M. Moody.! Deputy
(Continued From Pare One) signed to provide the blueprintfor and that about $125,000 i plaint for Divorce has boon filedaaalnst Clerk of the Circuit Court, at KPcutlvo weeks in, the Bradford Cleric
planning and organization Brooker. : you, and you ere re* Storks, In Bradford County County Telegraph n newepapel'I 12/19 ft 1/1
Is left to purchase rlglrt-of-way .
don and! objectives 01 suon at the local level for sudden! for the SR-16 project. ;; :!!!!
emergency plans;' emergences! resulting from natural
City But none of that money can i
CD Director Williams also phenomena." County be used to relocate utilities, \

eubmltted an annex with reso- Standard operating proce- Needs Cited the Commissioner commissioner< Elect said. Ralph j We Do Not Have A Diamond

Bryan was present at the council
meeting Tuesday night and ] WE DO
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was asked to convey to the \1 .
county board that! the city is Sale Diamond
For A
{rates I am sure our rates are
holding the town back," says diligently seeking to come up NOT HAVE
one local realtor. with the needed money. i
Two questionnaires returnedhad Plans are to hunt $45.000 with ,
comments concerning low city and county labor makingup i HOT.
of the
rent housing even though the for the remainder '
three-pane document did not $60,000 needed. r -
mention the subject: In other action, the Council: ,; SPECIALS
Opened two bids for a cooling ,,
"What about: low cost (housing M
? Lake Butler Is leaving us tower for the power plant
In this," was one comment. and turned them over to Engineer i,
: "We need a: low rental housing Prlday for evaluation. Just Everyday T
program both' for whites One was from Ullngsworth Engineering
and for the Negro population.: : Co.. Jacksonville, for 'I I
Get 'em out of the blighted $18,980; the other was from The
Marley Co., Kansas City, Mo.,
areas. It Is a shame what come ''
of our people have td live In," for $17,807.
I another said. Turned over to the engineer Honest Prices At M
One man Is concerned about for evaluation a single bid received ,t
what' he terms a delay In city's from Baker Engineering MWoodburn's
raising money to move utilitiesfor Co. of St. Petersburg for $2.080
% the SR-18 widening project. for a four-wheeled cable reel "Get behind the County and trailer for the. electrical depart-
; City to get the utilities maved: ment. Four companies were
so the State can Improve state asked to bid and only one ansI'I Gem JewelryBuy
Road 16. /This is a must and It veered Only $1,700 was budgeted -
Is a shame we can't get these for the trailer but a pole ,t
LJr: people In action. This will be carrying saddle was added.
OFF an Important Improvement in -- Approved a request by Supt.
the County and City and the Davis to purchase $932 worth ,t '
State will spend much money of equipment needed for rebuilding 11 Where Your Purchases Will Be : .
here doing! the job." the pumping station at
Another suggestion Is for Pratt and Temple. Davis said 't Serviced
fluordlat'.on: of city water to help the equipment would jump 10 l't Reliably ': FREE7OUR
prevent tooth decay. "Much per cent in price after Jan. 1. ,
benefit little cost"The Authorized the building In.t't \:
problem of railroad cross. specter; to also be In charge of
tags at major (highways and checking occupational! licenses. t DIAMOND PRICES w l {PPING ..
streets was mentioned by one THie licenses come in the city
Chamber member, but he offered charter under the police depart. .
no solution, Just stated the ment. Inspector) Oscar Crosby I
)problem 1 will be authorized to recommendto GENT'S'
"Golf course is a greet asset the Police Department, that 1.25 Ct. - $850.00 '
TYPEWRITERS ," one person stated. "It action be taken against Individuals I rW" 1 Ct. CLUSTER $395.00
ON ALL 1'4
nrcds to be promoted as a com- who fail to secure the 1.00 Ct. 320.00
mimitv betterment project proper licenses _

PORTABLEOR "We need a modern bus depot .. .70 : 220.00 l 5-DIAMOND WEDDING );
very much one pel'sononRwC'I'ed !. .The ClrrnH Conrl Of FloHlaRlctith ); = RING 1 Ct. $345.00 W
to the suggestion to ArdFoe
Judicial circuit In I
STANDARD work toward improving bus and II mil ford Con air. 1'4 .75 Pta. 200.00 =
Alexander lllldreth Spllman
trucking facilities and shipping .. -
v Ulenna Ocraldlna ); 20-DIAMOND HEART
services' to St81"ke.Council .50 Pts. 190.0<$t );
USED t PENDANT Only $195.00
NEW OR STARKEBUSINESS .40 Pta. - 175.00 l'4

HuntsSR 1.3 Ct. 120.00 DIAMOND CROSS $66.00 M
16 Funds M
1.4 Ct 93.00 *
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ff 20 Pta. _ 89.00 PEARL PENDANT $50.00
per cent of the $120,000 estimated SERVICE

aa! need for the Reno pro- M 10 Pts. - 52.00 1.4 Ct. DIAMONDUP

'Jrct.The HUD grant is a "long Gilbert S. Brown PRINCESS RING $82.00 n
draw out process. I don't think if > i
therein' a chance of getting It Standard Oil Service Station 1 1"n
, immediately," Prlday told the ATLAS DIAMOND EARRINGS

t Council.The council also noted Tues Budget TIRES PHONE Terms BATTERIES-OR4-7071 Road Service SETS from- $CO.OO up From $14.95 To $260.00

day night that it Is solely the 407 N. Temple Starke
city's responsibility to move W N
the utility! lines. Supt Davis .
and Councilman Gerald Williams HURST'SSHELL
noted that every time the OUR ;: M
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permission to locatea -
utility line on state road Service StationGas -- Iv.: \ ?'';)',. =; );

right-of-way !It agrees to move Oils Lubrication \ f4
TELEGRAPH the utility anytime the right-of- Goodyear Tires A Batteries } _,___ AT :: ; Q''f Q'- !
way might change.COmmissioner ROAD SERVICE -
Jerome Johns 301 and 100 Starke REAL VALUES = ". 7. 1/ ==
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THURSDAY, DEC. 19, 196ai ,
not. do not overlook the added

) It'f' ?a woman's' coat Is a of synthetic new decorations.tree a good buy vwt1i

-.i for you? Are you of 'a meticu Remember. *
( bus :nature that would enable r
:you to take the time and care
s to carefully: assemble the tntand By Alice McOarvey Of? 1
disassemble It, then package Years Ago 5 Season
i Holiday
>>>> The
McCain it for storage? Do you tave >> :;?1 During
By Martha Sue storage apace? If so, a synthetic A. Darby. Mrs. R A. Green .i 1 Sh +ti Buffet
Extension of 1943 saw Brad our
tree that could! ba used Christmas presided at the coffee table and .J Enjoy
Home Economics Agent for many years might' be your ford County entertaining many and Mrs. O. L. Beasley poured tea. .4 Daily \i
best buy. If you dislike putting new strangers service men Hostesses were Mrs. H. C.Rltch \: .. ,f,. t'""'''''''':: Served
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away decorations or if you their families. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter. .J f "\O:WVVV 1" >""
have limited storage space or Many events were plannedfor Mrs. Julius L. Thorn, and Mrs.L. i just to please yo- and your familyduring N
CHRISTMAS DILEMMA TOte quality of the tree, the move often, then a fresh! tree the soldier who lived too A. Davis, chairman. Those g We have more special preparations
Which ChrLstmas tree to ee- density' and the materials of that can be discarded: after the far away to get home who for "behind the lines" making: *[f : the holidays! ''felgljSltTlLUNCH \\ \ MI.
lect-a real or an imitation? which it Is made :Influence its holldftya\ Is best. Christmas and for the ones holi- things work smoothly were Mrs. J
That is the dilemma facing price. Trees should be of flame ORANGE DATE CAKE could not get leave for the T. H. Osborne. Miss Delia Ros1 t ,IJ.
many consumers. Synthetic resistant or nonflammable materials. One cup butter or oleo. 3 days. There were.also many what.ever enberg, Mrs. W. L. Blair Mrs. t I. *
trees are now available In & Color should be euaran- cups .sugar 4 eggs, 2 table wives who had established the J.; W. Klncald\ Miss Dorothy '9'/1". I
number of different styles and ted against fading. Select a spoons grated orange rind, 1 (home they could for Johns, and Miss Marls Register
sizes. They are becoming: less tree with a sturdy center rod teaspoon vanilla 3V& cups sift young husband who was in ser ,M;, y' DINNER
expensive while Improving In that has deep snug-fitting; (holes ed cake flour 1 teaspoon soda. vice.Local The Starke police force "very \ N. BUFFET
quality. Some trees are difficultto for inserting the limbs Limbs one- alf teaspoon salt 1 and women formed geared nearly maintained: Itself," flnan- > BUFFET ,' ....-
tell from "those found In should be of a heavy guage one-third cups buttermilk one. and organizations dally in 1942.43 from fines and i U
nature." Consumers may choosea wire or sturdy rod that prevents !half cup sifted! cake flour. 1 cup to help the young men of Camp forfeitures which totalled $9.583. '1 t'* 11A.M.to 5 P. :51. toM
scotch pine made of vinyl awoodsy eagging. Needles should! be chopped dates 1 cup chopped Blandlng and'their families.Wom The according to Police Chief A. L. A P., M.. HOT ENTREES 9 P. M.:
spruce of polyvinyl a dense and! firmly: secured to pecans. Red Cross. U3O-YMCA.( Alvarez. Most of the money
glistening aluminum or from the limbs.Is Cream butter add sugar and. an's Clubs and Junior clubs aU from finest and forfeitures hav- 25 TWO VEGETABLESASSORTED
other materials and styles. the tree of a material that cream until smooth. Blend la! had projects. ing to do with selling: whiskey $1 SALADS $1.75TWO
Some trees are designed for in will allow you to use the eggs, one at a time. Add. oran- More than 750 Christmas useful illegally or driving while under ft
side use only, while\ others may Christmas lights and decorations ge rind and vanilla. Sift dry Ingredients stockings. containing filled the influence of alcohol. ROLLS BUTTER
be used for outside decoration. that you now have? If measure: and sift to. item and treats were r.
gether and add to creamed for the young men. School children I.ovett Groceteria planned to TEA
mixture alternately with milk. collected money and ingre- open a store in Starke. Site of,
J J5
Then mix one half cup cake dients and some local women the new self-service grocery COFFEE li
flour chopped dates, and pecans volunteered to make cookies was in the Green Building on
BY POPULAR thoroughly! : and fold into and candy. Call Street Where: Alexander'swas \ $&S SsmM ...
festivities on
WilLIAMS cake mixture. Turn Into a Starting the formerly located. Necces-
DEMAND OURDIAMOND 'greased tube pan. Bake at 323 Sunday Dec. 19, was a band sary alternations:! were being
JEWELRY ( or concert after which the band
i to 350 degrees for 1V4 hours -
until done. (I baked 2 hours at members were treated to dinner
323 degrees.) by the USO clubs. Some 1 '
then went to the movies while :
others stayed behind to e&ng
'3eltristllloS Sale hymns and favorite eongs. YI
About 400 took part.
On Christmas Eve the 1RTC STOaDEPNl11AEN
SPEEDVILLE at various placesin
chorus sang
: WILL CONTINUE town and then choral groups

_'. I THROUGH DEC. 24 By Rosa HuteMaeonOBITUARY were throughout formed Starke.to Some go carolling stayed

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Christmas Day a formal tea
BANK FINANCING AVAILABLE The members of Pleasant dance was held at the USO from 7r
Baptist Church regret 5 till 10 p.m. On Sunday the
the loss of our pastor's mother, day after Christmas a programwas
Mrs. Davis, who died Dec 8. given for the children.
Fabulous SavingsLARGE She was a resident of Fort Lau- It was estimated that 7,500
derdale. Our deepest sympathy people iliad been entertained and
goes to the family. boys were heard to remark.
CHURCH NOTICES "This is a swell town and
SELECTION Pleasant Grove Baptist USO." and "This ihas been next tea

Church: Sunday School, 10 a.m. bsst to home."
Midday Service at 11. Fellow j
MOTHER'S RINGSMADEUP ship hour 3 p.m. Evening Ser Unexpectedly holidays were ; V1R ,
WHILE YOU WAIT vice. 8 p.m. Prayer Service. given many local service station 1 '
7:30.: Pastoral Sundays, 1st and attendants because there
3rd Sunday. Everyone welcome. was no gasoline to sell.
-Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. All gasoline dealers were cut
FYDuWURRJrTHERE'S Church of God by Faith. Sun one-third of their last month's r
allotment and most reportedthat
day School 10 a.m. WWC andYouth Clairol
Hour. 6 p.m. Evening their tanks would be de- \
ST/N.T/M w service 7:30.: Prayer Service pleted before the end of the \
Wednesday nights, 8 o'clock. month. Some operators tried to '
at the Friday stretch out their ..stock by sell
Share In Our Store-Packed Guest speaker I :
:night service will be Elder Willie ingsmall amounts or staying '
Roberson of Ormond Beach. open only part of the day.
Gifts At More Savings IINDN !OxHAIRSETTER j
-- Everyone come out and enjoyan Twenty-five :years ago many GENERAL ELECTRIC .
evening of praise. Elder
Walter Camps pastor 1st and fitarkeltes were' missing the & DRY IRON INSTANT
Christmas festivities because STEAM ,
Minister Ernest "
WILLIAMS 3rd Sundays. to bed with the
they were

:, JEWELRYt and McGolIle.4th Sunday assistant; Everyone pastor wel 2nd much"Flu",.have(Things they!! haven't?) changed $12.95 value $ -V88 our reg. $25.08

and rugged, change
come. Lightweight
Do your hair with 20 pre-heated
at touch of a
from steam to dry
Throughout the county the rollers from roll-up to brush out
button. Great value at this great
churches !had special Christmas sale price! in just minutes. No water or lotion
programs sometime during the An ideal gift.
Candlelight Vesper Service L
was :held at. the First Presbyterian -
Church of Starkn Sunday: .
before Christmas, under the ,,--. .::..--=- -
direction of !Mrs. E. E. Lansing ===--== '
zy % e0. e church director with Mrs.E. \ \ \ ----_--_-------- 5r1
M. Davis at the organ. The I' ------
church was decorated with I 1 ====== b ,
o poineettlas and evergreens and y MELMAE ==---=
TSe t lip
? time e0e lighted with cathedral candles. p .....';;; ,, -- ---maR r I .
1I Eleven-year-old: Mary Lou I r ----=--
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near Durshdmer sang "Away in a
.Os Manger" and a tria cons'stlng ====== )
of Mrs. Wm. Thomson Miss ,-..,,-.,:=:;:=;:
Jean Davis and Mrs. Lansing v'
AT sang. A flute solo by Mary Alice T
Stump's Yarborough and Faye Yarborough -
< played a cello solo. Cpl.
Richard Kessler baritone sanga
beautiful number. The Choir 45 (PIECE AAELMAC GENERAL ELECTRIC

4. was composed of Merry Beth
Fields. Virginia DursMmer.
We Have the "Just-Right" Gift for One and Marian McRae. Vivian McRae $13.95 value
and Josephine Johns.
$15.95 value Instant-on trouble free solid e.994

All. Christmas Brings Out the Best in Us. at Midnight St. Edward's mass Roman was celebrated Catholic Complete service for 8, plus $1097 state circuitry.speaker in Big smartly tone from styled dynamic -

Church by Father Michael! J. ter vegetable bowl, sugar
Come In and See.GIFTS Fogarty on Christmas Eve anda creamer. Guaranteed 2 years from hi-impact case.
i midnight service was held at breakage. Choice of 4 patterns

St. Mark's Episcopal Church Hamilton Beach9CUP
and at Post Chapel. Camp West Bend I f :

GIFTS Blandlnar. PERC if 3-Speed Mixer

I -New Army Year's Wives Eve Council ResolutionsThe of- $77

FOR FOR fered a special service to all $7.95$574 $9.95 "
who wanted to make good resolution d value
for the coming year. A
automatic and brews
HIM HER ; secret tile held all resolutions Fully perfect coffee every time. / .. Less than albs but a rugged
I sealed for the year and were Keeps at serving temperature ; --.1. .,.. kitchen helper that will be
.. much appreciated as a gift.
i mailed to the "resolver" the A terrific "-
after it's
| following year so that She could gift value. i 'l i : Guaranteed 5 years.
I compare the Intent with tile r7I"

SHIRTS PAJAMAS KAYSER I,I final result.I AC or Battery b s ,1 t ,Il'1 J OSTERIZER 8-

STA-PREST PANTS "Cabaret Dance" offering ,Il
LINGERIE | "everything: but the headache"
TIES SOCKS was a formal !held to usher out $12.95 $ our ,
HOUSECOATS B I! the old year. and welcome in $888 s+ reg.$3288value
INITIALED HANDKER* I the year 1944 No doubt many T ., $ .
BLOUSES SKIRTS !, then do in # '
CHIEFS hoped
as we now
V __" 1a 8 speeds provide any blend-
DRESSES J 1968 that the new year would Fantastic radio value-plays ing chore you desire. 5 cup
BELTS GLOVES I bring Peace. on electricity or batteries. I ...,. heat resistant container
BEDROOM SLIPPERS HOSE HANDBAGS iB.I May you an have a Men' Handsome leatherette case. t \ opens at both ends for easy
Christmas and a Happy New Includes 6 penlight batt fir] \,. < cleaning.
J General Electric 9 7 17-21 Jewel

I The social event of October Famous Watches
I 1943 was t the reception: given at ,

These Are Just a Few of the Many, Many PRACTICAL J the General USO and to welcome Mrs. Eusens BrigldlerJ W. "' 'J..l-; vaues$1988,

| Fates and his Camp Blandlng: $1247 :t
Christmas Gifts You'll Find at J staff to toe community.: $15.95value 't. J-TM

The ballroom: was decorated -
DEPARTMENT I 'with large palms: and baskets ..i1' : -- '" WAITHAMHEIBROSGRUENwith
Wake to musicautomatically I -_. ; mens and ladies watches in
| of flowers and the tea tables this instant-on trouble
styles. Automatics.
STUmp'S were arranged to carry out a free solid state circuitry I calenders many for men;Sport and
STORE J patriotic motif hired roses. set. A quality gift, sale dress for ladies.Gift boxed.
whit asters and blue ribbons.On priced!

>>I >>t- )brn-- hostesses the receiving was Mayor hoe\::: win Charles the ITS CARPS FOR FAMOUS !BRANPS SATISrACTiONGUARANTEED!


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Financial Assistance Availablein
44.817.798 will go to municipalities ante of Florida Atlantic university.
I and $440.631 to counties : Boca Raton. She earned a
Army's Student Nurse Program with the remainder going to the Bachelor's degree In elementary

i Btate. Geueral Revenue Fund education. She to presently OQJLFg( ( )
The ih Of the money being distributed \ working with other kindergarten
Army's Student Nurse commissioned officer drawing: to the counties. Bradford teachers In-the county developing
Program. is. among the manyacholarsfiipe : full pay and allowances. If twos[ ; ..autr'r County will get $358. making materials and setting

fellowships, and years of financial assistance Is Its fiscal year total $2,102; Clay up her cia'satroom.Parente : .
grants available to young per rendered the requirement' is for ;hn t County $1,595. making Its total may register children
education.sons wlsflitog! to further their three years service as a commissioned 9397. and Union County $898, for the new classes\ at Starke a',1:

officer. w+w making Its total 3056. Elementary on Monday Janu
I This program offers a salary Both male ana female student 4 i While taxes from the .sales ary 8. If there' are any questions A
,,of lion$274.70, books per, month plus tui nurses are eligible;! under the during October almost double please contact Charles stt, !
and supplies for proirram.! Current the Army those collected In October' of Francis principal of Starke
students attending a collegiate Nurse Corps consists of 4,600 1967. actual cigarette sales are Elementary School::: or Mrs. Lucille ) 10
school of nursing. The same personnel: and approximately' 25 '4 1 still below last :year's figuresby Payne, coodlnator of
salary applies for students attending per cent are male nurses.. about a million packs, according Early' Childhood Education
a hospital school ,
of r
to A. R. Brautigam director
nursing except In those Instances
of cigarette tax collections
where room and board
provided! by the. school.' The are Property TaacCollection Shrine Christmas CheckPresident and distributions.Lion's .
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student In
such schools
receives Hits Close HI.4EnI9'I.I.ING
$137.70 monthly
The student nurse 'remains in 68% Early Gib Brown presents a $100 check to Herb Powers Year WithChristmas JlcmJfltb,
the school of her choice' There leader of the Melody Boys who furnished music for the Sdrfce r

is no requirement to wear a As of Dee. 10 approximately Shrine Club's annual Christmas party Saturday, Dec. 14. at the PartyStarke (
uniform or attend military 68 per cent of this years" ad Officer's Club at Camp Blanding.
meetings. However, the students valorem taxes had been paid, The check wiU go to the Shrine Crippled Children's Hospital, Lion's Club closed out BYNANCY'S FLOWERS ;\\j' IIINI1
entitled to medical and den according to Tax Collector J. 1968 with a Christmas party at
tal care, Shopping privileges at R. Kelly Greenville N. C. the Lion's Den here and a TilE STAR OF

military exchanges, and a 30-( Of the $770.554 due the county, shrimp and oyster dinner BETIILEIIEMIT.he I
day paid vacation. wt collected since the bills cent by Presiding over the festivities H.,.'.e vcnitn. (It-purpose adding machine dMlgnwl
November' received a four percent January and one per was President Maro' Jackson. flower called the "Star. of for yea r.of dependa!' Uoubl.fr performance. The
Upon WeremalledonOct.25.is
graduation a nurse receivIng $303,883. discount. A three per cent the end of February. The den was decorated for the Bethlehem" Is not a Christmas compact 10-Ray Champion Hat 7 column and totals
one: year of financial., the Some $18,000 went to discount[ will be given to those. Persons who have not paid up occasion by Mrs. Robert Firth lower though It has the aIpproprlate 8 999999.99. Eltctrle operation make flguravork
sistance serves two taxpayers In the form of will (have
years to who pay by the end of December by the end of March name. flit and affortlaat.
and Mrs. W. E.
discounts Dowllng.
the Army Nurse Corps as a for paying early. two per cent by the end of to pay a three per" cent penalty I It blooms In only
Those who Bill Dowling was on >tine supper r
paid by the end of plus the cost of advertising. May 'and June.
Kelly commented that the committee and providedthe i JThe Lovely deli pz
shrimp! and oysters.
amount collected so far la jcate white bios-
Attending the party were Mr 1 I..altlll. ) 1I Yds.
"quite a bit larger" than is looms 0 n the l z
and :Mrs. M. E. Jackson Mr.
:normally collected by this time* "Star of Beth-: !
and Mrs. Roy Burham, Mr. and' IIAi"I.I.IN
and attributed this to the fact |hem" are snap-. '
f that the timber compandes have Mrs. Inman Green. Mr. and led like ,a six ... I'
x Mrs. A. H. Harley. Jr., Mr. and ; sag
paid their taxes with the exception '10 J pointed star. The d Irtal, R
of Container Corporation Mrs. Robert Firth Mr. and flowers close >In the evening, and AS LOW c a .,, F,
As"'St50Bradford (;!
the Mrs Maxie Carter. Jr., Mr.
which paid$27,473 of the $51," that U why they axe sometimes 9- ,
and Mrs. Larry Bruner, Wayne
178 owed. called by the name "Sleepy
Whiffen Nolan Woodburn, Bill
Taxes of five timber companies
aWhile In court from Dowling, Miss Cheryl Savage Flower .
ytr were tied up arrangements are the
1965 until August of 1967. At Mrs. W. E Dowling and Mr. most attractive and festive decorations
and Mrs. W. T. Jackson Sr.
You Can Still Buy that time four companies paid you can add to your County Telegraph
The Lions ended 1968 with a
still Call
up but Container Corp. Is us for the loveliestIn
record sale of over $1,200 worthof floral
protesting. arran&'ements-deelaDed/ .
...YOUR FURNITURE AT NASWORTHY'S light bulbs and brooms. especially:: for ;you.

Distribution Set

D I S C 0 UN' Furniture Sale I For Cigarette October Tax of Starke Class New Kindergarten To ElementaryMrs. Begin At See The Plymouth Line TodayMOMENT

Up To 3G Months To Pay Starke' will ;receive $9.073
$8,990,237 collected from cigarette Sherra' Balr has been

Your Gifts Now Large Selectionof taxes during October bringing employed by the Board of Public
Lay-away --
the total amount receivedby Instruction to begin teaching
Recliner Chairs and Living Room Suites the city during this fiscal :! a new kindergarten class at
year to $46,151.Brooker Starke Elementary School' on'1
will receive $422 Monday January 6, 1969. THE
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Hampton $223, bringing Its total children who are not presentllrenmtledn OF '
to $1.628. and Lawtey $772, ( Kindergarten and
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DEC. 19 19CH

Sport 3-7 Record- Rotarians exchange"and had their at annual tale luncheon"poetrY

Bring Gifts meeting Wednesday.Each .

I Members of the Starke Rotary Christmas names members and writea of
Tornado the club
Cagers Win 3 Straight Club brought gifts for :boys poem-complimentary or vice
and girls to be used in the distribution versa-about the "victim." Unusual -
of Christmas baskets, and sometimes unexpected -

Livlngstan 000.() Totals talent is often ascovered.
Three straight !wins for :We the fourth period >and were beaten doualy" ;In the rebounding de court, by seven points in the Bolles Walter 04-1. Brad- Since Its regular meeting date
week puts Coach Mike Sexton's by Bolls 14-9. partment.Last third period end then matched dock 2-1-5, Thomas 6-lil3, Davis 19743.St.. Augustine Game 1967 Masters Golf Tournamentat falls on Christmas and New
basketballers in the win column Though McKnlght and Mark Friday, Dec 13, the Tornadoes them 18-18 in the final stanza 6-3-13, Regas 3-04, Silver BHS 17 9 18 18 62 approximately 8 p.m., following Year's Day the club win not "
to date. didn't score as muchas went 62-48 over .an out- for the win. the dinner. 8,
with a 3-1 record Graudons 102. Skinner 215. Totals 20- St. Aug. 12 7 1)1) .18 48 meet again until January
Bolles was the Tornado cagers" usual both played good floor classed: St. Augustine .team;: for Both the Bolles and the St. 747. BHS McKnlght 7-3-17. The Board of Directors of the
latest victim Tuesday as the locals games and each had five assists, their first win cf the season Augustine wins were conference Perry Game Brown 3.2-8, Graudons 4-341, Starke Golf & Country Club
playing at Bolles led all Coach' Sexton aald. The coach() after losing .by one point, 53.52, games, leaving the BHS Florida. BUS 16 7 7 16 56 Blye 7.1.15, \Murphey 2-4-5., will start selling tickets next
the way for a 58.47 win. Charles credited Gmudcjis, especially, to Fernandlana in the season Star record ''lit 20.Bolles Perry 8 8 14 15 45 Graudon 0-1-1, Marks 1-0-2, week for the arnual New Year'sEve RAIFORD STUDENTSTO
Blye put them In "every way with a good defensive effort. opener Tuesday, Dec. JO.McKnlght Game BHS -McKnight 4-4-12,Brown Chandler 0.1.1, Johns 02.2, RLh- Ball All members and GET DEGREES
possible" Coach Sexton said, Floorman Tim Murphey! also led the first win BHS-18 16 15' -58Bolles 2-1-5, Graudons 42.10, Blye 11-' erd 000. Totals 241462.St. guests are invited to attend
for 21 points and gathered 20 re had five assists and was 3-for-4 with 17 points. Blye had 13 -12 8 13 13-47 244, Murphey::! 12.4,, Chandler Augustine Walker 1-2-4, Four students from. Raiford
bounds from the field.Murphy's points and Graudons 11 to put BHS \McKnlght 2-2-6, Brown 011. Totals 221256. finder 4-1-9, Green 2-0-4( Banta The First Annual Hawthorne' are candidates for degrees at
Floorman Adrian Brown too1!: floor play la 1m.proving three Tornadoes in double fig 6-2-14, Graudons 4-l-9Blye 9-3- Perry ,T. Lewis 7-3-17, Jackson 3.1-7, Al;m 2-0-4 Joyner 3-2-8. Invitational Golf Tournamentover Lake City Junior College: at the
apart Bolles' man-to-man defense every game, Sexton ures. 21, Murphey 3-0-6, Chandler 1-0() 3.1-7, Williams 3-0-6, stet McCartt 3-0-6, Shelly.il-0-2, Hartley the past weekend was won close of the semester. They
for 14 points. David Me- says. Adrian Brown hit 6fcrUfrom The Toradoes outscored St.Augustine -2, and Johns 0-0-0. Totals 25- vens 4-1-9, Burgess 0-0-0, Farrell 1-2-4. Totals 20848. by! Bob Hayes of Keystone are Robert Bagby, Richard Dug.
Knight had 6 points and 7 rebounds the field as he continuallygot on the Jackets' home: 8-58. Heights He won tc vnt by ger, Somes Sandell, and Robert
Graudons the man-to-man. -- Starke's Clyde Sandell,
while Mark open against --- one stroke over
had 9 paints and 3 rebounds. Coach: Sexton said Brown showed George Roberts on Andrews Terwlllegar. .
Starke's shuffle pattern against Tuesday night some of .the potential Tornadoes To In Bolles TEE AND team, and Steve Simmons, Art ,
the Bulldogs' man-to-nvan game of which he is capable Play Patray Comer Perryman, and
worked well as the Tornadoes of achieving.The GREENBy Bud MIzell on Elder's team.
Jumped into an ,18,12 first per- coach credited Brown and All winners receive pro shop
iod lead, then doubled Bolles Murphy with "
16-8 in the second period for a log" Hcrres pro-rated bas! according to :!$
34.20 halftime! lead. Against Bolles the Tornadoeshit Golf Pro how they participated. Q-. J., f.
"We were getting the good, 46 per cent for the night, but Tornado cagers,will meet West After the tournament the Tornado The Men's Nine Hole Golf f ,"'--; 112 EAST CALL STREET
short shots. We looked real the cold fourth period hurt' the Nassau County High at 7:30: pan will be Idle during the League dinner was held last The Ladies Nine-Hole Golf PHONE 964.7923, STARKE
good," was Sexton's evaluation' shooting percentage. The first Friday, Dec. 20, In the first Christmas vacation. They will Friday night at the Starke Golf League Is still In progress.
his Tornadoes. The Tornado five halt the capers hit 15 of 27 field of the Bolles Christmas resume action Tuesday Jan. & Country Club It was a stag Through five of the six weeks, Xmas SuggestionsBeautiful
gat .away from their pattern In goals for a scorching 56 percent game in Jacksonville 7, in Lake City against the affair, with charbrolled steaks, the team standings are: 1st,
but fell off to 9-for-25 the Tournament the Tornadoes, teams Columbia High Tigers ..at 6:30: and was enjoyed by all. Built/' Powell's team D'H' 7V4' 7-Transistor Radios ________ $ 4.98
f@) second half.Charles Blye. averaging over participating:, in the Jacksonville p.m League Members; were of: list the Bob!Pall McRae Men's points. :plus 2nd! place 3 points, Na:millerres'team. 3rd. Ruth PelliU Guns ____ ____._ .___..____________ $12.50

18 points <.a. game now, bucketed' tournament Friday ,and (captain), and the following Broadway's team, minus 13V4 R-Track Car Stereo Tape Decks, from __ $59.95

rAQijocEovefOR 21 points and pulled down 21 rebounds Saturday are Bolles, Fernandina Richard Hobbs New team members: John Watson, points. Lou Strath's team has 8-Track Tapes from ._________..__. _____ $ 3.98
Saturday night Dec. 14,, Beach, and West (Nassau. WestNassau UF ROTC Graduate Jim Blalock, S. G. Denmark, not completed five rounds.
lo lead tbe Tornadoes over Perry High High is a new BroWn, A two-way Largest Stock Of Christmas Albums In Starke
56-45 here in BHS' second ,win. of Richard L, Hobbs, son of Mr.and and Marvin _. _, ____ ___ ____ $13.50
consolidated school composed deadlock for second place was This Friday evening, Dec. 2D, Walkie-Talkies __..__ _
(yJrzoiller Mrs. J, C. Hobbs of Starke
Blye collected eight of his 24 the former- Callahan Hllliard was commissioned second lieu between Guy Andrews and Mar there will be a Family Steak Tape Recorders: .___ __.________________ $14.50
points in the first quarter as and Negro high school. Hill- lon Elder (team captains), and Dinner starting at 6 p.m. There
the U. S Army Tuesday
tenant In
the Tornadoes. outscored Perry ard always had a top-notch Dec. 17, in ceremonies at team members, Paul Harris, will be a color, sound track Motorola 23" Color TV Sets BELOW COST
ltt-8. basketball team and BHS Conch Ermle Jones. Wayne D""fll .s, film .lowing of the 1908 and
the University of Florida,
Mark Craudons added 8 points Mike Sexton says West

and also came up with 8 rebounds should follow suit. ooeo600ooooo --.--._...-.-............... 0000 -
which developed in the second e
half when Perry put on a.zone :
press which Coach Sexton said DECEMBER< YEAR .ii.ii.---
"we let get to us a lItt1 ." ee
David McKnlght hit 12 points
to also be in double figures. .
"We looked like <.a. seasoned
ball club the first half, but the .
by ; ptvfw rattled us," Coach Sexton I .
YrrIrfMOTHER'S said. The Tornadoes !went into
the second half with a 17 point e \
PIN lead but had to put up a fight
to stay in front. 0
Radiant simulated birthstones Tom Lewis, Perry guard who .
-one for each member of the scored 17 points, led a rally .
family-symbolize a mother's which cut the Tornado lead to .
devotion. Let us custom. eight points at one time. 0 o
create this beautiful pin for Coach Sexton credited McKnl- 0
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N7 1. cloth. The candelabra 'was decorated A. E. McKinney, (.Mrs Gladys Baptist Church, Lawtey, is:
Pupils, Volunteers /Needed with holly and red velvet Weldon, Mrs. Smith !Devote. Sunday-Bible School, 10 a

rt+} + bows, clusters of green and Mrs. Harry Moody, and Mrs. Lu- m.; Morning Worship 11'a. m.;
I red grapes and had single red cUe Davis. Evening! Worship, 7 p. m. I

In Head Start Program candle the top.flanked. by red deer *t FAITH WEEKLY BAPTIST SCHEDULE! CHURCH Sunday.WPXE Program 8 a. m. each

Christmas decorations were WednesdaY-Bible Study and
A survey fa under way to ob In 1969! according to Ron Sage, $2,800. 8-$3.100,7--43.400. 8- f placed throughout' the bosplbal Weekly schedule of the FaithTAKE. Prayer Meeting. 7 p. m.
tain enrollees to fill B38 space executive director1 of CUBS $3.800. 9-14.100. 10-U.SOO. 11- by the auxiliary.:
la the Head Start program for Economic Agency. $4.800, 12-$5,200. and 13 andover President (Del Rltch received .....-0,, "" .&

which Bradford County Qualities The county her been funded 5500. guests and presided over. ths coffee
$47.000 to operate the '69 Head It Is permissible. Sage says to ,. urn. Social chairman tor the BsHappg!
You can buy Start program, Sage Bays The Include children, up to 10 per event was Mrs. Olin White who

program will occupy 14 class cent 'of the class, from! homes .. was assisted by Mrs.. Pete O.
I this library off rooms and teachers 14 aide. which are more prosperous- + "' ." ... .. Felos and Mrs. Gus Kopelausos.
However, special services are k ...-... ... '-. during the
Assisting in serving
New 4 cafeterias, 5 bus drivers. a t. r.oiw ** -..*..-
Testament custodian, secretary. ; social lei!. provided only certain children. <* T* : *- _. ..jw";. ._'i: / .. .... reception hours 'were: Mrs. O. HOMEA

translations for $180.00 vice director, and.an administrative Medical services, for example ..If ''-.--.. -- 'j 1'.1'_ fJl.- ; .. W. White Jtr., chairman, Mra.J. .
director. are provided 'only :to toe poor. W. Ritch, president Mrs. H
c.I."W r7 k
CUBB Is also eeeklng chit Services provided In Head C. Rltch, Mrs. M. P Hazen.
Start Include social welfare services .'X Mrs. V. V. Hazen Mrs. J. O. ROAST HOLIDAYTUEKEY
dren gram.to"I take Invite part.11 In residents the pro'of* psychological: services .:.... ....._ w. .. .. .. ._ Caldwell, (Mrs. M. W. Cressler.'

Bradford. County Interested in nourishing foods including Ladies of the Hospital Auxiliary (l-r) Mrr Mae Baldwin Mrs. Mrs. M. A. Baldwin Jr.. Mrs.P. .

aiding, assisting, or participating breakfast, snacks and lunch, Jim Rltrh. Mrs. Vasro linen, Mrs. Jea"ettt. Klncald, and Mrs. O. Feloa, Mrs. Gus Kopelou803. -
In .our Summer Head Start medical examination, and den M. F. Ilazen pose with table loaded with Christmas goodies at Mrs. W. A. Stsrns, Mrs.J. .

program to call, write, 'or visit tal examination and follow-up the annual' Open House for personnel of the Bradford County E. Totnllnson, ''Mrs. J. W. Klncald. -
our office." Sage says. The work. Hospital. .Mrs.: L. O. Hazen, Mrs.

CUBB office Is now In the "old
Relax I With no work, no
tail" the building ,behind the!
fuse you cn get a U. 8.
Bradford Courthouse on TempleAve. 12 Hrghway Hospital SEE Graded Prim, tender, top-
formerly occupied: by the quality turkey done to a
Ag Department.! Deaths Forecast Employees turn at Lymaa Green's I
"Head Start symbolizes' with plenty of delicious tit
perhaps no other effort of the For HolidaysThe Bill giblet gravy and dresstag
Or this one for $12.50 CUBB Agency-our Ibopes and Honored At CarnleyAT for the entire family
s purposes 'of the past four yeare"Director Florida Highway Patrol
Sage says. has predicted a near record total Open HouseAnnual
'of 12 road deaths during
"It I la my )hope aa I take up
26 TRANSLATIONS gives you a the responsibilities 'of executive this :year's 30-hour Christmas open) house for em i
library of New Testament translations holiday period. ployees, doctors and their wives,
director to the burdens of
in one convenient volume!The and board members and their ii
"Last Christmas
year's was
that. i
poverty. This does
first work, of its type ever attempted, "It Is program hope to ladvance the! worst on record in termsof wives of the Bradford County JIMMY MOORE'S GULF
it includes the complete King James education,my,this does hourly death rate and the Hospital -was held Friday. Dec.,
Version New Testament supple- program 13, from 8a.., m. to( 3:30: p. m.
outlook for this year Is almost
..that. It Is my hope to fight disease COR. 100 AND 301
mented with the most significant Ladles of) the Hospital Aux.
as bad. says Col. H. N. Kirk- 1
disability, and crippling
alternate renderings from 25 of the illary, sponsors: of the anr..ualevent .
,handicaps this does man, director 'of the Depart- FOR
; program
other most popular English New that. ment of Public Safety. had the hospital library
Testament translations. Compiledby decorated with a Christmas. motif. -
During past Thanksgiving
"So I have a special feeling
board of
scholars an editorial headed by Curtis prominent Vaughan, about Head Start. Nothing is holiday accidents., 42 people This died amounts in:traffic to- An. antique five-branch candelabra 11.12 LB. TURKEY 22.24 LB. TURKEY

Th.D. together/, In one volume more precious to us than our ta- ExpertTRANSMISSION
"Brings was centered on) a
one death every 2.4 !hours, and
children. For that reason I :regard
what' would require mare lime
ble overlaid with a Christmas
and library than most laymen and the success 'of our Head the patrol predicts one death precooked weight with 1 pre-cooked weight with 2
professionals sses.,. A gift of Start program 'of the utmost Importance every 2.3 hours during the qt. giblet gravy aDclIO-U qts. giblet gravy and 20-24
scholarship-Addison even p K. Leitch, and .urgency" Christmas period. This com- GOOD USED servings of dressing: servings of dressing.

TarUo College. "/ would Hot think To be eligible for the Head pares with a ;yearly average 'of TUNE-UP $12.95 $22.95
that any minister or Bible teacher \Start program a child must be 'one death, every 4.9 hours, acCording -
"" old to Klrkman. Bicycles BRAKE SERVICETune
would want 10 be without a copy. six years before January FRONT END -
.1970. and Jail within the follow' A maximum number of State
Dr. Wilbur M. Smith, San Marino, LYMAN GREEN'SBARBQ
Troopers will be the
Calif. For your copy of The New Ins Income guidelines:
Testament from 26 Translations, Non-Farm FamiliesOne highways during the holiday $125 UPFIRESTONE Up Special $5.95, plus parts and
period, and auxiliary troopers.
call or visit us soon. person-$1,600 family to- .
come. 2 persons-$2,100, 3 per will be used extensively In an
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6-$1,400. 7-,4900, 8-$5,400. 9SS.900. auto death rate. "But In the 312 W. MADISON
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10--$6.400. 11-$6,900.
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Farm Households save! these 12 lives that might
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dining room and den. In excel- room 2 bath. Located Just week!: or month. Phone BU- Starke 964.6818

coffee, puts on an advertised hat, rides to his of. lent residential neighborhood outside of city limits In 7923. Dahmers. ttebg

Call 964-5641 after 5:30: p. m. Pine breeze. Easy monthly: FOR RENT 4 bedroom brick FOR RENT-3 bedroom home.
tfchgTHE terms. Longohamp Const Co. borne central heat and air condition +
fice in an advertised car, writes with an advertised pen- Contact Bifoid Mitchell ,, conveniently 1 located, un Call 964-5413. tfchg

KEY TO pone 964-6893 P C.). BOX.. furnished.. $130 per moth. 323 FOR SALE OR FOR RENT-
?38 Starke.Hnh at On terms. 2 and 3 bedroom
cil. Gracious Living N. Walnut St. Inquire premises easy
Town HouseAPARTMENTS NEW POSTED SIGNS: Treated to or call Starke 9647753.tfchg houses. Road 100 East. W
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Then he refuses to advertise advertising does $2.25 dos. Special Bradford price" on County larger SEWING MACHINE-Cleaned, WAITRESS WANTED ApplyIn
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Buford Mitchell] trailers, 12' wide. Jet. 16 and Dennis E. Cogging, Phone 431 15.000 cap. 3 BR. Itt baths,
Phones 225. Northwest Starke. Phone 1428. ache block home, partly furnished.
advertise. he advertises it for sale.
984-6853 1644760 FLOORING 964-4114. tfdhg SEVERAL, GOOD USED Add. 2'. ml. S. of Starke, SR 100
FOR SALE-70.000 BTU Ziegler Ing Machines for tale oleo 25000. Ph. 96+6258. J. C. Simmons
Oil Heater with blower. Excel- tries; subtraction credit bal Rt. 1 Box 132. Starke
Why is it indeed? BUY SELL TRADE : lent condition. $100. Jane E.Driscoll ance. Bradford County Tote 32091 <( ''
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When every businessman learns that advertising is H6ISMEN :( FOR SALE-Lot on Lake Alto.L. in trade on anything. Dahmer Please contact Rev. Samuel S.

TRAILER LOTS I II C. Keller, Wal o, Fla. Ph. Dleount House. tehi CUthbert chaplain. Sun 1 an c1

not an expense but a necessity it'll be a great day for LAKE ACCESS WANTED Laundry I 4681731. 2t 2-19 FOR SA'.E-One coming 2 year Training Center, Gainesville..
Call ext. 424. Tuesday
$15 Down $15 Month workers. Kltr..heraids, laborers No. 768 Modern 3 Br. CBS old registered Angus bull. J. B. through Friday or write.

businessmen themselves as their investment in adver Lake Lots $2500 Up cottage parents, watchman home, on paved road. 20 level White. Phone 964- 114. tfchc atchg 12-19
cooks and clerks, ground- acres Just $18.000 and 15%
-Investment Properties keeper, truck driver. Five down. CHRISTMAS TREES for sale FOR SALE- 1964 XL Fastback

tising pays off in greater sales, more profits. S. E. McKAY day week, eight hour day. No. 559 50 acres part" Improved Also: Pansy, Snapdragon. Larkspur :- Air-conditioned, full power, bucket -
vacations, $230 acre. Endive.: Lettuce, and Cabbage
State retirement, pastures.: seats. Very good condition.
Realtor-Appraiser sick leave.If Interested, please No. 624 Rural area, 2 Br. Plants. Mrs. W. A. Stern. Terms. to be arranged or will
Keystone Hta. 473-4816 apply in person Personnel modern cottage. 1 acre J lot with ::, 301 South Phone 964-5614 trade. Ph. 9645390. tfchg
Manager, Sunland Training plenty of large oak: trees for" 2tp 12-1
Yes /if advertise if Fla. WANTED Man and wife to
pays to LABEL MAKERS from. Center Oilnesvllle, tfchg ehade.STROUT Only $5.500.REALTY FOR SALE Chicken fertilizer work poultry farm with 26.000
$9.95- Bradford' County Tele- Clean out and spreading aer-
hens. Will furnish one
2417 N. Temple Ave.st&rt.e .
You advertise where it crmph. Ph. 964-6305. RENTALS NEEDED Furnished Fla. vice. We deliver W. B. Woods bedroom trailer, electricity and
Melrose. 2tp 12-1
pays unfurnished. Strout 475-4695.
or water. Phone 473-4137. Keystone
FOR SALE '- Nice! 2 bedroom Ph. 9646609FOR
Realty 2117 N. Temple Ave., Block Heights after 8 p.m. lip!
home with carport. WANTED To Buy : or

BRADFORD Located 'on Fenced Comer Lot. Starke. Fla. (904) 9646609. SALE Shetland Pony brick house; 3 bedroom. 2 bath FOR SALE Palomino horse
o Call 964-6464 Har- with large double) carport 01'
THANK YOU NOTE.1Beau. and saddle. Lonole Harley well broken. Also thousands of
1t Bill Powell tlfully engraved In gold or ley's Garage. Ph. 964-5514. Itp garage on large lot. Prefer to worms, complete >with box and
SINCE 1879 + Real Estatein silver. $1.25 for box of 23. Including deal with owner. Write to Fred bed. Ph. 782-3371 after 3 p.m.
the Starke Plaza envelopes. Bradford SADDLES JUST ARRIVEDFOR M. Sapp. P. O. !Box 852. M .cclenny. Itp

BUY SELL TRADE County Telegraph... If CHRISTMAS Bridles Fla. 32063 or phone 259-

FOR RENT Nicely furnished : Blankets Whips. Starling Farm 3953. UP HOUSE FOR RENT II Rms.
house 570 W. Call. Phone 964- FOR SALE-2 bedroom house Supply. 316 E. Browntee. 964- WANTED -Ironing to do in my unfurnished has stove. 711 East
nice neighborhood, Eteo. Range 12-19
5884. Itchg. 6062. It chg. home. Highway' ,,16 East 2 miles! Aakins St. Phone 964-7488
and Gas Heater. Phcne
9645801.IX SUcox. 2to 1219ii Ian 1J..UTHURSDAY
out. Myrtles
Mark 'Moody George W. Roberts

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:''Public Dove Final Pecan Year End Brings DeadlinesFor NOV/S The Time For ACP WISH I'D SAID ;To those CARD who OF expressed THANKS their

Field Closed Farm Program SignupsSome THAT"It's sympathy la so many beautiful
For SeasonThe Auction Sells Conservation Program PlansFarmers and practical ways during our
recent bereavement we extendour
Game ft Fresh! Water 12,095 PoundsA Important year-end' an Information needed to> determine who win to establish water woodland and wildlife usually the weak heartfelt thanks. Your
threads in fibre that
sail and water
.Fish Commission announces deadlines are approaching for the buyer's purcliaseprice. conservation resources benefit everyone even your many kindnesses will always be
practices on their farms with people want to jerk and pull. remembered. Mrs.' H. C. Wainwright .-
that managed public dove fields] farmers and ranchers who are tti in the: northeast region will not total 'of 12,093 pounds of pe. taking part In farm programs. Farmers who are tafclnqr part Agricultural Conservation Program flees are carried out on privatetr..ew.uecl -Marie Phelps The Harris- and family.Drive4n.
be open for the remainder of cans were sold here Thursday. Leaton Morgan Jr.. chairman fci the 1W8 Agricultural Con- assistance should visit farmland. This eons burg (Ore.) Bulletin.
the season, which closes Jan Dec 12, in the final auction, of of the Agricultural Stabilizationand *rv tlon Program also !have a their ASCS county office to discuss eervaHon work Is In the public
uary 13.Reason. the season :at the Starke State Conservation County Committee ycar-Mirt deadline. Tnose! sign- their conservation problems Interest and that la why thepublic
for the action was giv- Farmers Market. reports that these: closing ] erl in for coat,.ar'nr) under and file their. requests. tbares a part of the cost.
en as "extreme shortage! of Bob Allen market manager dates apply to producers of the 1(18( ACP will have unto Lesion Morgan Jr. chairman.
doves using the: fields." said that although no more auc- wool and farmers enrolled In DPC. si to complete agreed-oa of the Agricultural Stabilization 301
tions will be held thla season, a conservation pracf'CM. and Conservation County Com
During the first two phases of nrrwams.
cash buyer will be 'on band. each znlttee. said today.
dove Morgan said that December Arfrfttlonal Information about
season. scooting varied M
"It* Important that farmers Neighbors"Blackbirds
from poor to good in these Saturday and Thursday to buy 31 4 r also the end of the 1968 fulflltfnor requirement! of farm ;
areas and periodic observation nuts and the shelling service marketing year for wool] and programs :Is available at the file] their requests during the ,,;:OW BEGINS AT SUNDOWN
initial: slgnup period !In order to :
will be until 1.
; Jan
by game management person open mohair programs. This Is the county ASCS office. Morgan. Adults 75c Students 60c
Prices last Thursday. 'averaged get the necessary approval and ADMISSION:
net indicated it deadline for growers to com eald.
would not be :
take care of other details : ; Children Under 12 Free
worthwhile to the hunter to 36 cents per pound with good plete all details on marketing, program
quality nuts better before the time Is at
final open phase these. of the fields season.! during the prices .Allen aadd. order of wool tM, mohair ertathta, !or lambs for payments In- Local Teacher hand to actually begin work" FRI., SAT., SUN., DEC. 20, 21, 22
Stuarts brought 43-15 cents per> to be made early In 1970. emphasized. The
pound Curtis nuts sold from 40- MaTfcPtin! completed attar December Gets CertificateOf signup will end on January 31. =
43 centa ''and good seedlings SI W'11 b" eligible for Under the 1969 program cost- ert1 CYCLE-PSYCHOS "'
'brought 35-37 cents. Allen emphasized dhare assistance will average
payments Jn early 1970. Defa'terpoulred fROM THE COMPANY THAT BROUGHT YOU
The "write" gift .that the prices listed about half of the cost of carrying VS. *
were for' good quality nuts. office bv the county ASCS Mrs. Mona Oanova received out such conservation practices ,$? &k I "HELL'S ANGELS ON WHEELS"COPS
by the lust day of '
for 1968 of -
every girl Last Thursday's sale broughtthe Include Monday a certificate appreciation and Improving existing
paitlnir title to buyer: to education
service atrnq
stands of and
total-volume for the season : timber practices ,
to evidence of delivery of the woolor from the Florida. State Department aimed at the conservation and! ...For
( 123,289 pounds Wit1an average ) mohair to the buvers eitherphyt'icalnv in a pie?..you
price of 36 cents per pound, or throurti docum""t. of Education.who has tauglit more efficient use of water. mean this king ate crow?" KEEPSVIOLENTin ,
Allen said. Mrs. Canova. The 1969 program will Include
". such! a" warehouse! re- County
Quality. varied more than nor ceipts music In Bradford special assistance to low-Income II.
mal this season and was reflected buyers: transferring and control to schools for 22 years, !was chosen farmers In combating erosion' .
In price ranges Allen point : having available by the county) teachers to repre- of their land and improving MATHEWS THE STORY THAI TELLS H UkE IT IS!
ed But sent the county In the :Florida their food
uut. overall the market supply through conservation
manager termed the Teacher of the Year competition. measures for home Well
season successful Randalls went from 17 '1-2 centsto Drilling
: with good volume and 40 and iaveraged 30 1-2 cents: ; gardens. Cost-sharing home PLUSMore -
,good prices. Presently teaching at the (Mid- garden conservation assistance
Seedling pecans ranged from Fla. .
; has Melrose
For the Curtis dle School Mrs. Canova will be limited to anger
season pecansranged 10 1-2 cents per pound and gardens '
from 25 to 46 cents per averaged. 35 cents :and Stuarts taught' at Starke Elementary Junior ()f not less than one-fourth of Phone 475-5101 SAVAGE in love.??? \ ., ", ; i
the -
pound and averaged 39 cents; .ranged from 35 to 47 1-2 cents Bradford High School 'an acre and not more than two Myers Pumps DEFIANT in !!
and has "helped play
Money Makers went from 16 to and averaged 43 1-2 cents per High School acres. The aid will include ft SERVICE ? ?
zj 37 cents and averaged 32 cents; pound. out all over the county ac. Share of the cost of lime fertilizer REPAIRS cAt. "
cording *o Richard JockelMid-. major tillage protective 1 and I .alt '!! ''tr1lf 3e0,' '

- dle School Principal.The -- --
-- fencing and pipe to provide
TiHanyset - -- -
birthstone tap music teacher. also servesas water.

I t Fad BRADFORDPECANS Iw. t tt son chclr Street director Baptist :at Church.the Madi- Conservation of these soil

if I IIIt Christmas CantataSet : give strong support: to this

? I I It MethodistsThe 'worthwhile drive.A Santas giveSmithCorona
# t By film .on ,birth defects."They,
Must Not Be Forgotten has
for all 12 months ShelledAND Chancel Choir of the First been acquired and will be shownat : Portables
New Methodist Church under !the direction -
the Woman's Club at 8
I p. m.
t of Miss Louise Stern '
on January 6. The public Is
lf dJtBIRTHSTONE will present the Cantata "Wight'
than other brand
!urged to attend the showing ofthis
'J of Miracles: by John (Peterson
UnshelledWHOLESALE educational movie.
at the Evening Worship hour .
7.95 The Junior Woman's Club will
RETAIL Sunday. Dec. 22. at 7:30: p. m.
sponsor the !Mother's March.
Just for girls the first Guest soloist will .be Ed Ffela-!
really feminine, ter of Raiford. Mrs L. J.Green. rq
girl style .
pen. Crowned with her birth- PECANS CRACKED5C t Orgenlst and Mrs. C. E. Hern- I .,:
stone color in fine synthetic wall Pianist will accompany theCJ1oir
stones. Smart leather pen. .
case adds a tender, loving Everyone Is invited to hear
touch. Gift boxed. LB. II t ,!this special program of Christmas

Mu.slc.DuJes. \\

BULLINGTON'SPhotography NOW TILL NEW YEAR'S A Named l \ I *;

I March of Dimes r.r
| Starke State Farmers Mkt. | ,
Campaign HeadThe boating and fishingCALENDAR M

at GIFTS M U.S. SOI NORTH 1iciiTOAy ]local Bradford Union ( '

+1ot. rd :I Iturd Chapter has announced the appointment 12 beautiful full-color pictures !r,
of J, C. Dukes of
Starke as the 1969 March'of'Dimes .' limited supply..stop in soon r T l't "

campaign: director. you may win a new Mire
Committee chairman to assistIn ,
.. outboard or snow vihicltl .
the drive will be announcedas
completed.The .
:new, director urges all
Citizens of the community to SUN SPORTS

a .
n Quality liquors, imported and i'e
// b domestic wines, for your holiday __

t.. enjoyment for gifts. Thrifty prices. Famous Showtime-Weekdays 7:00: Sunday 3:00 Saturday 1:00: r

Brand FRI., SAT. DEC. 20, 21
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+ Corbys _._-...u -.___.._u 12.75 S SAT., SUN.DEC.. 21, 22
Canadian Ld. Calv. 15.81 ,
AT 1:00 AND 2:25

\ PJK'W Bourbon Deluxe ---- 13.18 SUNDAY AT 3:00 h

t Ancient Age 15.29 "-,< rn Because it's the of lifetime.
gift a
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LtNrneV ANDREWS Smith-Corona is a big little helper to beautifully year after year. We give a '
Qt Gilbys Vodka11.69 JUliE I Santa. Because our typewriters have five year guarantee that backs up every

: : t all the big extras: gift-getters like.All the word I
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W !selling typewriter because quality is Division' of SCM Corporation
oc 294 Park Avenue.New York.N.Y. 10017
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NO-NO/THfcr HAVE a 1 c o \ I



RIGHTS, You'RE TOOFARMER'S topics .fii

Safire Saga ComingTo 'eLA tf Editor. bfonnatloa Services

The record speaks for itself pIe think alcohol is a stimulant.It .

An End In FloridaWith and the proof grows more positive Is not. The apparent stimulation -

11/ every day that drinkingand is actually the result of a

driving just don't mix. depression of the mechanismsIn

the brain that normally mod-
Yet Americans continueto
William Satire, the New York son Rockefeller for the GOP nomina- remain many apathetic about the erate the driver's behavior.

publicist who wrangled a $90,000 a year tlon. / situation, thinking that somehow There's no doubt that in the

contract out of Gov. Claude Kirk, 1 L / they are somewhat superhumanand case of all drivers, "alcohol degrades -

accepting appointment as one of Pre WHILE THE Kirk high command thus possess the ability to Individual driving performance

Richard Nixon's top assistants contended that anything helping the mix alcohol and gasoline. in many ways, including -
state's governor reap national prominence This idea is based on an Intensive deteriorations in judgment

his controversial associationwith was a direct boost to Florida, effort to ignore the facts. ability to concentrate, ability to i
the state of Florida Is rapidly P To accept the truth' would mean comprehend, vision, and coordi I
there's question about the scheme "
no ;
coming to an end. that a sizeable number of nation. Those are the precise
Satire's contract actually has been proving embarrassing to many Republicans drivers would have to give up words of the U. S. Departmentof

who were concerned, and either their cars or their cock Transportation.
with the Florida Development Commission rightly so, about expending public tails-and this they are not will But here's the hitch: Public

not Gov. Kirk, but It has ing to do.What opinion surveys show that
funds In such a reckless manner.
Floridians. Americans outwardlyseem
been a sore spot with many although
the facts regarding
Satire's withdrawal from his con 11 are favor penaltiesfor
to stronger
The contract never has been explained InN.fC driving and drinking? The U. S.
problem for new FDC drunken driving, they at the
tract eases a
In terms where the average o / Department of Transportation rationalize
time tend to
who earlier
Don Melklejohn,
Director recently painted a rather
taxpayer could understand It. Paying scary driving after drinking, feeling
revealed he Intended to review when said drinking
had picture it that
organization a whop that somehow it's all right in
anyone or any the contract and would end It if It by drivers and pedestrians
$90,000 to promote the state and/ their own case.
ping accounts for deaths
was not benefitting the state. 25,000 per Another study shows that alco-
or some of Its officials, Is questionableto year or about half the yearly
outstanding holics are four times as likelyto
who posted an
the least.SAFiRE Meiklejohn, death toll from all motor vehicle
say die in highway crashes as
record as director of the State accidents.To .
non-alcoholics; that alcoholics
Beverage Department before being put it more explicitly: The
WHO gained prominenceby involved In accidents very commonly
moved over as chief of the FDC, very annual death toll from alcohol- have serious psychiatric

steering then Vice President Nixon likely would have raised the wrathof related traffic accidents nearly problems; and that alcoholics

Into his famous "kitchen debate" with Gov. Kirk if he had decided to equals the total number of have nearly twice as many
Nlklta Khruschev at a home showin American combat deaths in six accidents as non-alcoholics.
end the Satire contract, since in effecthe
of the Vietnam War.
Moscow, has now asked that his years Drinking is a problem for
contract with the development com would have been admitting that Yet so little attention is paidto many people here in Florida.

Satire either was not worth the moneyor the problem that fewer than If you have such a problem or
of Jan. 20 due
mission be as ,
had spent state funds under ques 20 research scientists are now know of someone who does, this
to his appointment to the incoming tionable circumstances In promotingthe W fN known to be at work on it in the Is your invitation to write for

President's staff. entire world. free literature on the subject.
aborted vice presidential -
governor's The Transportation Depart card or letter today to
There should be few tears shed over .... Drop a
aspirations.BUT ment says ignorance of what FARP's Information Services,
ending the contract. To the contrary,
alcohol does is one of the causesof Box: 1147, Avon Park, Fla..
shouts should be forthcoming both NOW that Satire has resolvedthe the problem. Too many oeo- 33825.

from those who have been criticalof Issue by asking that the contractbe DIARY

the Safire contract, as well as cancelled, both the governor and r Local Social Security Office

boosters of the governor. the FDC leader should be the direct Cold followed by more cold
Curtis nuts at a farm I
There was absolutely no justification corns to bo the forecast. these tity of Establish
beneficiaries. r'ays Issued by the shivering r'.r :near Lawtey and will use them Will Help You Age

for expenditure of state fundsto Kirk's fervent appeal for national Weather Department experts, for gifts and for cookies and

promote Kirk for the vice presidential prominence fell flat wltn a loud thud, and yet winter L.:n't supposed to cakes. Many people delay filing their proofs you have and what will

nomination, and this was what but the governor In recent monthsIs come howling into this area until social security! claims because be necessary.! As a general

was done almost from the very first following a drastic change in tactics Dec. 21, Last weekend, for The cold weather got some they don't !have any proof of ''rule, the older the evidence,

day Safire landed his contract with and It very well could be that the instance the temperature went of our poInsettia blooms last, Satur-so we their age T. C. Watson Bradford the better It Is. The very best
of them
cut the rest
Kirk bubble down again to around the freezing ( County social security representative evidence ;Is a birth: certificate
until the popped
the state Satire will be a to
Ill-advised promotion day night! and they are now
mark and while that's ideal said today. In made at or shortly after birth
with a convincing bang after his totally forgotten saga of his administrationbefore for butchering hogs it Is not a vase In the garden room and some caaes.this causes delay' but people) now reaching retirement ,

unexpected endorsement of Gov. Nel his ter.m good for anything else, exceptthe look very pretty. In that way' In receiving their first check. age may be unable to get '
lll/llep ..Wvr.I Sam we !hope to 'have some left by He birth certificate.
heating fuel people. By McGarvey: gave the following advice to an original

Christmas .Day.. help speed up that first social Other evidence, such as early'

In fact, while we may not cattle population in Bradford. security check. church records showing' acre\ or

have a white Christmas, the There Is one consolation "First fcf> aU, don't delay filing date of bii tit, old family Bibles!

I What went in ChicagoEverybody chances are that If It stays cold, We learned that while talking about this cold weather -It la your claim. File early, two In which the age was entered
wrong at the bug.beetle
swipe ,
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Rein- to Art at a presentation of a taking abla' or three months before you In childhood, early voting age

deer won't be the' only one In $500 check to Union Sheriff and insect world that 11 plan to retire even if you don't or marriage: records, other old

should keep his head about The Walker report whitewashes neither this .section with, a red nose on John Whitehead for his part In unchecked could take over this have proof of age Your social records( may be used. One ol

the Walker report on the disorders in Chi- side of those directly involved in Chicago. Dec. 23. the conviction of cattle rustlers purl of the coiintry. Tnsectlldes eecurity office will be able to the beat and most frequently:

But _. .., In Lake Butter and all sorts, of chemical help, suggest some used records Is Federal Canons .:
cago during the Democratic Party Con- Even Mayor Daley; not sacrosanct. i- -x ..> ." recently over 'air proofs you can a '
vention last August. The reaction to the It would be a mistake to issue a blanket So far we' haven't heard of Art said there Is little cattle but' a blg"blast freezing In slowing use. Record. Most people how I
done in this section, does more good "The best thing" Watson filing for social security will
like indictment of either side of the any berrlea! being picked yet rustling
has or
trouble already a pendu- "': terrible.
swung of the
down the spread
and we wonder If there will be but warns that everyone shouldbe stated, "Is to start early In be listed on a 1910 or 1920 census

lum from one extreme to the other. Ini- Mayor. any "Christmas berries" this? on the lookout for suspicious pests. proving your age. You can visIt record. You can obtain an

tially there was horror at what as both One has an understandable reluctanceto season. When berries were activities around cattle pasturesand the social security office at application! for a census' record

many demonstrators and many newsmensaw criticize policemen generally. They planted earlier, It was common pens. Officials of the Bradford any' time and discuss what from. the social! security office.

it was an excess of violence on the rarely get thanks or applause for their for a small crop to be !harvested County Fair Association are "Remomtwr your social security -

part of the police. Then there was a reaction good work or good turns. Yet there is a at this time thus providing Sheriff. WhItehead eald there meeting regularly the now in Fair pre- the very devil having to shovelit office will! always be glad \

away from the students and others general tendency in many sections of the money for the holiday season. la more loss to hog raisers! than paration for coming Festival in away. to !help you estabt sh your age,
But today the plants set to cattlemen because as !he puts and Strawberry whether you're filing\ for bene-
and toward Rich- are I'm !'beginning to feel a litttle
toward the
Mayor when
police to blame them severely
community out later and there isn't time it, "To a lot of hunters, every March. That seems hike a long like ole lady Kali, and sometimes fits now or plan to In the fu-
ard Daley, who found himself (in public things go wrong. The cry of "police bru- the woods la a way off, but any big event
enough, for fruit to form and !hog they see in do wish I had all those ture. Call, write or visit your
opinion) in the role of both commanderand tality" is all too familiar. Yet the single ripen In any amount by Christmas wild hog and they shoot! a lot takes a lot of planning and ad- arms-half to protect my front local office today. It's locatedat

defender of them. The Walker report biggest lesson to be learnt from the Walker time. of domesticated hogs in the vance work and that is In process 40) (feet, !that! is) while the other 136 N. Temple Avenue In

should bring things back into more objective report is the continuing need for: ((1)) process." :now. half protected the back. My (Starke and Is ooen every Monday -
perspective. better basic relations between the police Are there more cattle raisedIn friends and relatives in Starkeare and Thursday morning,"

There were, as la usual in this kind of and the community; and ((2)) better disci- Union County than !here in The last of the auction sales fall With and the the Calf Fair Scramble In the spring In the comnlatonng, that they don't Watson eald."There .
Bradford County? We would of pecans was held at the non miK1' "* ma "nim'>w' '''. TTlH''
situation, rights and wrongs on both sides. plinary training for police forces gener- Market Bradford County now !has two is a great deal of misunderstanding
have guessed "no", but Art Starke State Farmers It
Is to that I'm busy busy.
What led both sides- and the public gen- ally at least if their training is simi- Schulz president of the Brad- last Thursday, and the 12,000 big attractions every year and keens say one on the run. about social security

erally- to lose their sense of judgmentand lar to that of the Chicago police. ford-Union Cattlemen's Association \ pounds sold pushed the season both the Chamber of Commerceand Seriously I'm Interested In benefits payable" to children

responsibility was, as the Walker This does not mean being soft toward says a survey snows! total to over the 120.000 lb. the Starke Rotary Club are. knowing. how residents in other T, C.over Watson age' 18 Bradford, according' to

report clearly states, that old booby trap there are about 12,000 In Union mark the highest' 11some to be complimented fof'tfjelr parts of the county handle similar Social County
those who break the law. It means in fact Security Representative.
of these two
the stereotype. The majority of the dem- County and that figure tops the years.. We bought a small. quanLetters .situations. It's been suggested
swift of those in breach of -
onstrators were not out for a bloodspattered apprehension we talk to Rep. Gene
confrontation only a handful of it. But it means restraint and discipline before( there Is any need lor me Shaw and see what !he proposes. NEW LIFE BIBLE CLUB
If I
and about so
to be
them. Neither were the majority of the particularly an ability to react phlegmati- choose. That's up when I'm awakened It seems that We" need another CLOSED FOR VACATIONThe I

Chicago police officers out for the kind cally and calmly to insult, abuse and to U.S.MAIL bright' and early! I'm forced HE got"Gov.the cows Fuller.off the At least high' closed: for New Christmas Life Bible vacation Club \'

of repressive action that the Paris police taunting. And above all it means distin- to take a nap during the day ways. on December 17. Classes will

visited on the troublesome students in the guishing between the innocent and the as I cannot carrying\ on other- Not so cordially, at the mo- be resumed on Tuesday Jan.
Sorbonne last But the On the other hand the wise. We built a fence which we j
May. stereotypingmade guilty. communitywill 14, according to announcement
the Editor
afford at the time and
all policemen or all demonstrators not get this from their policemen unless I I've could spent 111 a small fortune on Reba A. NorsworthyBox by Mrs. Charles A. Oebrig, of i

villains of the most obnoxious kind depending the respect between them is mutual mothballs and Takes, Chaperone : 462, Route 1. Park-of The-Patna. '

on which end of the telescope one and the terms of service in the force are red pepper-anything that Melrose, Fto

was looking through. We know the result property! anybody recommends. It's a
rewarding.Self Dec. 9, 1968 mini in the road, but human instinct -
-(] ice "la. : --- Dear Editor: makes most of us react losing battle.
and the owners
I complain
I'm still shuddering at an incident otherwise, and eometlmea fatal- rF""
my husband and I witnessed ly. We've all read of such hap tell me to put up a gate Widen
Block that will have to be opened and clos-
misprintPerhaps 1
recently while driving penings. The car-chanlng:: leave enter (
ed everyttme we or
along Lake Santa Fe road ID could live with but the incessant -
I've been accused of threatening -
it's our journalistic: training, Many years ago a London newspaper Bradford County, day and night barking Is to use poison, of being'a

but we always get a long chuckle out of wished to pay tribute to one of Britain'sfiery We were behind: another car, most nerve shattering. the dog- later, and ottiel' things: too
I went to
!had ago 4PFfL139
bad to
which fortunately
misprints. In other that is. trivial to mention, and I'm
newspapers, J4'64
old admirals. It his
seadog ran slow to a crawl of about Smiles Sheriff's office to see If anything
So we smiled happily upon reading today biography, and, wishing to end its eulogy an hour because two police could be done about the about up situation.to here with I this Just tmsavory -

that a strike in a General Motors' plant with a bang, referred to him as "a battle- dogs chasing and barking roaming cats and dogs In Oils !have to take a prolonged may vacation
had "iddled" 120,000 men. That struck us alongside their car. Suddenly section. The dogs ;roam at
scared veteran. There was a bang right
In West Florida at the tax: s.Mc
as a fine word, kind of a cross between"idle" enough. When the explosion had died from the roadside out dashed large, turn over garbage cans! payers' expense If this keeps up Let's G 8+ t'
and strew the contents everywhere
and "addle. an Infant of no more than three: .
down the paper hastened to print a correc- hence my visit to the court.-
chasing the dogs. The I've paid my garbageman
Some misprints are merely funny othersare years house.
its readers that instead ofa
assuring fell several times to rake up
child almost under the car
outrageous, and still others are the The Sheriff's people say thereIs
"battle-scared veteran, it had meant to ahead of us, and into the center the overturned mess-this over
kind which a newspaper had better correct term him "a bottle-scarred veteran." The of the road. I know the per- and above his !regular monthly nothing they can do-no In law JJy Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marine
covering dogs at large
just as fast as it can. One of the latter is J Battle of Trafalgar was as nothing, to the son in the other, car didn't bill. They befoul our yards- county. They admit !that! one Is

still a great favorite with newspapermen. conflict which ensued. ffchang* know what had happened as he even my front door mats. urinate needed, as they receive hun STERN DRIVE ENGINES launching and loading.
J didn't atop. The fact that be on young plants and trees! MAKE BOATING NEWS The stern drive story isn't t all
dreds of complaints month. t
The Bradford bad slowed down says he Is s killing them! ; the cats scratch peaches and cream, and in some
CountyTELEGRAPH did not realize this, aa I had Stern drive engines are the big they can't match the performance -
flower and garden beds, and
careful -but have a up :
driver to
In marine Although the
power. and of the
only my own selttah needs in portability, economy
:.- pack of yowling, howling, barkIng I've seen them snatch a bird: combination Inboard-outboard power
.' ._ .-- mind, but have found out since outboard motor.Generally .
curs running along' both right! out of one of my bird plants. have been around for several speaking a boat with an
ESTABLISHED 1879 ej sides of your car is more than feeders use my beach: as my visit that some counties do decades they just recently took fire. outboard motor will cost less than a
have such laws, and one pro- Stern drives incorporate Home of
&f"em a little disconcerting and If their private privy; the ducks comparable stern drive package.
posed In a :nearby county re- the beat features of both the outboard
domestic rooot Also, in straight performance tests,
one of these boozed-up delinquents ( ) rm our beach inboard
M.M.Ia "[ .D...,. juvenile or adult who use squawk and disturb MS all commends that a pet owner be Evinrude and News Service.engine, Becausethe reportsthe an outboard motor will outdistancea
subject to $500 fine and six of horse-
Thy Kingdom come. Thy this road dally bad been following night. I !had hopes: they were a engine is placed inside the boat, stern drive rig comparable
FLORIDA'AS ESS will be done. or approaching, there la eaten for .Thanksgiving, as I days In Jail flYIf'ttf"1f r a, net the weight of high horsepower units power.Although stern drives make good
run loose. This is good but
-Matt. 8:10 A.V.). no telling what could have hap observed many feather on the can be distributed more eyenlyfoat! sense in the high horsepower range
what of penned-up barking? drive also the
T ONE mind pened. ground around a nearby garbage stern engines sport ((90 hp and ), they have not
SO Divine order is our ; The law also calls for a $2 tax traditional fuel economy of the four up
Divine order The above brings to mind anearserious can. and would you believe proved too practical in smaller units.
this is our prayer !head and cats. According cycle engine.
per on dogs( is
Because the drive engine
t a gopher lugged
accident several
of the
The outdrive unit gives stern
HO that there is no darkness or to law. anyone feeding: located inside the boat, also lose
home and penned got' out \
months ago. involving another up drive the maneuverability usually reserved .
Divine order in our .
indecision. an animal for 30 legally
days cockpit space.
and dug his bole under my lone for the outboard motor. This
car-ohaabig: dog Incident. The
mind- divine balance, divine becomes the owner of the awImal What is the answer then? Stern
L. MATTHEWS design characteristic is of special importance
little grapefruit tree and almost
ran off the road and into drive outboard? As in situa-
This is and U liable damage or any
wisdom divine light. for any when boating in cramped
Fabllahed each Thursday and entered a. SecMdCI a deep ditch trying! to avoid killed It before I knew what was tion when you're selecting marine
the craft.
Divine order in our Inflicted by It. Now how doI quarters or when beaching
Matter a' the Post Office .( Starke, Florida our prayer. the animal hit it anyway, and happening. about Electrically operated tilt mechanismscan equipment your decision to buy
emotions in our homes and go this damage? I should be based what to
-- I It* a laugh The truth Is that on you plan
am sure ended unit
up pa74ng raise the outdrive auto
under Act of March Snl .
mean, do I call the
up owner the cruis-
that For
in all our activities, no up part of Hi* vet's bin to these animate: .are ruling jay matically. use rig for big water
and say "Come get what your ing enthusiasts stern drives make
la trade rai: 1 year, t4;": Ovtslde there is no unhappiness no the owner of the dog.I life. The dogs begin their barkIng :- Bower Ml in my varrl. I have Because there are no permanent good sense. For the water ski buff or ,
frustration.Divine purpose results know they do me tr7 at 9:30: a.m.. FOUR bourn shafts on the boat bottom, stern
. trade area: I year, $5.00. ray. no use fop It, and rent like drives also mean trailering, an Inland lakes fisherman, it's still 5
in divine success. to dodge or drive around aa an hard to beat the faithful r1ItboardTHURSDAY 1


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THURSDAY DEC. 19, 1968

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Iln Certain! designated areas .or t-UBI anoompanled by a filing fee of said against the estate of*
In Profcate Wl\ No. plaint. and thereafter causa have
>. The Cen' ,
Bradford Co. Fl.r.Ida. PLAT ,Florida State. Prison Raiford.Florida. be Unknown sealof to the County:
for' aty. ,thereof recorded In Plat. ct.c..d.. demand not 00 tiled. rhall NOTI lEri WITNESS my .band and said. County.
Bid forms may po ARE
!. ProhMe Vila No. 1B3T Book 8. Page. 1, public records cured from that office. NOTICE ALL CREDITORS TO enWDITOnJITO : AND vo(4( that ault for divorce of themarrlaae sold Court this 16 day. of November Judge of Bradford count Courthouse{ Fla.,
In Re Estate of F. :J. pollum. of Bradford County R. v. Turner, : HAVINC1 OT-AIMS nlF.1If.NDS \ between you and the A. D 168. at at hip office In.
P10RSOVS tt ITowclt at Starke. Fla.
Sr. Deceased. Florida. Business Managets1258t.. ES- Mary Plaintiff, RUTH PARKER BEY Florida of said county ?
Notice Of Entry Of Order O* Together with all structure 1.23 T> AGAINST of the 1I"t.! t ofF h ERS and the remoratlon. ofPlaintiffs A. Darby. Clerk of the within six: calendar months from
JudicialCircuit ,,,
and improvements now and TATEr' Executrix former name has. Circuit Court, Eighth the time of the first
Administration. Unnecessary'dmand. claim hereinafter on said. land, and the ."UIOF\ .&l1TO'UoniL1I! You and each of you Are to : TTorretl,, deceased, been filed against you as Dnfendsnt. In and for Bradford lion of this notice. Two copleii
or and required
.Ral etvlthe estate of rent<< laaues. and profit of theabove a TRUCKS tieroby notified I and C. 1'1''''''''tt"lIorn.y by RUTH PARKER: County, Florida. of each claim or demand hall'
described and received In uremmt any claims demands Mvron Moody and hall state
property; be
will writing
Sealed ByBeu.ahW.: In
-B.lds be
BEYERS Plantlff In the above -
named. decedent urn are the hereby above no- all fixture now or hereafter office of Buslne's; ;Manager, which. you nffalnst, or either the estate of. you of a.t n..l.-bU.Law Florida, styled a. Court and cause 11111 u 12/211 I',the place. of residence and post-) .
have claimant
In Keystone the
untied connection nifty of
attached to or Halford. address
titled liitratlon that an order of admin with the premises. herein Florida Florida, State to Prison and not Intact It. JI'. HOWKI..T, (ROBERT FO3- 32656. Attorney for 1t6 9 /e at1828Ta / and you defense are required to file -:ingte's Court and office shall. .be sworn to by the
unnecessary ha* been loou HOWELL), deceased late your filedntherein with <* The Conntr
In addition thereto TER or attorney
entered by the Honorable Ther described and than A M. December of said.. cnuntv. to the CountyJudoe Complaint all I.. Vd for Bradford Count r.p claimant. his agent
the following ,del"rlh.,1boulohold which 1968 for 16 surplus cars & trucks.Bids of Bradford County, Fla. Clreul Court of FloridaEighth thu Clerk -of the Circuit CourtIn Flnrlda.In .and .accompanied by a filing fee'
on A. Yawn. County Judge and shall.appliances be deemed to be, must be on forms Vehicle secured lit his office In the Courthous. Judicial Circuit. I*> ". maybe / Dense
that: the total cash value of said ore fixtures and a part of the 1''.. from Inspected that office.at Florida. State of said. County, at Starke. Fla., For Brnilfonl County CltH Courthouse, Starke,thereof Fla. 32001 In :: of Johnd0NOTTOE or demand not so filed shall bo
that the and upon .
estate Is 13.611.44; and alx calendar months 'from Nerve a copy 'Void.
name and addresses of those to. Prison' Motor Pool Monday within A.tlo.Ruth said Plaintiff'* attorney Barton TO CREDITORS Stauffer. Executrix: of the
whom said. estate ha. been assigned LEGAL Bids- will NOTICnSealed' be receivedtip through. Friday. between 8:00: the till time notice.of the first Two publicationof copies of Parker Plaltlff,Beyera.: T. Douglas 103 North r"lntrltg,, TO AI.I CRFDITORS CLAIMS ANt OR Estate Elise of John Bensel, doccas-
are as follows A'MP'M ho Post Office !' HAVING
shall PER'IONS
Justine R. Pellum to and not later ,than 10:00 11121 U 12/28 ench claim or demand the -" Gainesville' Florida 32601. on orbefore I'IE\IANDS: AGAINST SAID ESTATE -, Myron C. Prevatt
and shall state
1989 In the of- In writing Earl Beyers. :
AM February 3. of Decenv-
411. Redgrave StreetP. the 30th day at LewKeystone '
: Attorney
P. O. Ice o-f Business. ManagerFlorida ""w.'a Court III place of and claimant"ostofflcjaddress ant Defendant.NOTICE here' A. D. 1968 : and If you You and each of yu. TJbaby Uolltht. FlorIda
ic.oloma. The County oltheresidence
12091. State Prison for the Tn fall to do Default Judge
so a. EIOtato
County requiredtollpresont the
Dated this 6th day of December purchase of harvesting! right. of And For Bradford Fhnll. he sworn to by claimant.andrrrrrs.lrw.a IN THE NAME OP TUB STATE ment will be taken against. you anylclaims. Attorney for 1115 it 13/U '
', 1068. pine Pulpwood and Sawlimberrrrl.a.rrlinr. F1nridarrrl.grr..rr Ms. accent or attorney OF FIA UDt.crab. for relief demanded In the Com Vhlch von. or either of you,

Justine R. P1E11i .- .- I_ !I,rrrr.rrrr r rr r.I mmmmmm mmm r.*J mmmm aaal-raelalat> rr--.. ..

In The County-tuagt'n Court Of i & r
Ilrndford Coua.". Florida, !. YOUNGU.SoD.A.GRADE'A'oU'CK .e sell only I td
Probate No. 1 : IIYV.
In Re: Estate of Madia WIIllaml. I
Deceased ,
Notice To Creditor ,e7 f
All creditors o-f the Estate ofIADIE 1
) WILLiAMS deceased U.S.D.A. i I
ore hereby notified. and requiredto : .URKEYSii !
file any claims or demand .
which they may have; against: .
pall estate. In the Office of the. .<. <' .
Countv Judge of Bradford County 'I
Florida In the Courthouse Choice :
nt Starke, Florida, within six: 1'S:: | J'J: I
months from the date 17 TO ....
of calendar the flr-t publication of this 1 :::' ...;,. f'I I :

must notice. be Each In writing claim or and demand must 24 LBS mtmm.

post state office the !place address of residence of the claimant and \' e II beef steaks I I I :

be sworn to br
and must
the .claimant. his anent or hl. II I :
attorney or It will become void "< LO I :
according to law. i
Carl. D. Halle land rasts
CARL, D. HAILE. Administrator 1 I
LIAMS.!' Deceased.. II I 0/

EUQRNE Eugene F.F.,SHAW Shaw j 16 LB TURKEYS..Ib 39< II I I.
142 West Call Street
Starke Florida I I I I

Attorney First Publication for Administrator: December I ARMOUR'S SELF-BASTING, HONEYSUCKLE I I I SHOP EARLY I :

( I
II I .
In The County u"....'. Court Of
Ilrnilfnnl busty, Florida .
In re' : Estate of IVEN

Ivcn AH ]MnrrlH creditor deceased of the, are estate hereby of- 1 ; I I I THRU TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24th.DRUMSTICKSQUARTERS t

notified and required to file I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED I II
And claim. or demand. which I I
they may. have aaalnitt the said I LB I I Ia
estate In the office of the coun- I
tv of Bradford County
Flnr"'fudge the courthouse at
I'Itn\' \,,,. Florida within six calendar
months from the date of
the first publication. of this. no
tice. Each claim or demand.
must be In writing and must SIRLOIN
state the place of residence' and
post'ifflce address of the claimAnt GROUND PUREPORK
and must he sworn to by RlK, FULl CUT ROUNfrOR
the claimant his event or his '
attorney, or It will become Told BONELESS SHODL0CRSTEAKS
according to law. BEEF SAUSAGE
November 89, 1988
Delay Httdnt MorrisDATIY
Administratrix of the Estate of
Iven Morris Deceased.
First publication on December ROlt
12. 1968.Thomao .
A Pierce.
f>. Drawer 1(188

Starke,, Florida ..,..

Notice I I..* hereby given that BREAKSTONE'SSOUR e
pursuant to the final decree of
foreclosure. and sn.e entered In SOLID RICH-IE X
th.;onune. In pending and for In the Bradford"County CircuitiCmirt ( : .. SMOKED TEMPTEE PEPPERON.I i

., Florida. case. docket r

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THURSDAY_::: 1:> Iftfitt :: : : /

I PTA GIVES LIBRARY $100 Gainesville: and: the Otis For.eytbs or almost the first up again mother happily mailed tide
Hampton Elementary PTA' have an outside tree In on Christmas morning.Another school assignment paper on to "People get into debt"iokeep
HAMPTONBy voted to give $100 for library their yard east of town. answer, and this the Jacksonville man who got up with those who already *
SIGN MAINTENANCE COMPANY books at the school, and t.be.re- REMEMBER THE HAPPIEST story came thIrd-Aanded. but la them together. are." .
matador of project funds earned What Incident about Christmas true: .a ten-yearold boy was Think about the happiest
ROUTE 1 BOX 238-A Mrs. D. E. IUD Carnival asked to write in school about
through the or what Christmas, do you Christmas for you, and what
ORANGE and ensuing: rummage Ale laettll remember as being the !hap. his happiest Christmas. He made H that war and left me Mo'OS.CJ
PARK, FLORIDA RAZED to be decided. pleat?" wrote of how ome:rears before know for the Hampton. news
HAYES Mr. and The, decision on the library! In asking this question of eeryeraS a woman asked at a service eta.lion next weekl ,
The frame at the regular In Jacksonville the way to
was reached people the last couple of
Mrs. Foster Hayes burned to the meeting at the school on Thursday weeks I've mostly come up the orphan's !home. It developed LEGAL FORMS. Bradford Je 666
Highway SOt morning last Dec. 5, according: to Paul with no answers at all-but the that she had a child she County' Telegraph J4u.
AND SERVICE ground Friday Meng president. Other needs closer that day comes It seems, wanted to give away because 964-6309.
leaving nothing but a pile .
week for the money, discussed at the the more 'happy- answers She had too many. The ownerof
; 24 HOURS SERVICE of burned-out appliances and meeting were thd possibility of come. From a single girl, the the service station. told her
metal bedframe.: fencing around the kindergarten answer:'last Christmas New of his relatives, a couple In an-
PHONE 264-5333 Their four ;sons bad had gone driven to play area: and enclosing Year' and birthday, when she other city, who wanted to adopta Christmas Gift
school and Mr. Hayes
the front entrance openings with was able to be with her boy tihild.!! Arrangements were
Mrs. Hay4 .
to Starke to bring t-iron gates to protect friend made for the adoption. This adopted
home from the Ibosplta1'where wroUi on all three occasions. For Mom 'n Dad. ,
been with the children from falling into the From a teenager: ee most likes eon ten :years later,
flu since she early In the week, t.beml'e entrance pool during off-school being: old enough te be the last wrote. of this Ms happiest .7
Cvistmas, because !he was
Serving Florida hours. one In the family
Their up on Christmas
Since 1950 occurred about located 9 a.m.quite .a William) Cliett, Intermediate eve. and still be the first wanted bv Ids parents. Obviously A NEW MOBILE HOME!
i chlckenhousea.: \ teacher, and fifth and cdxtb- !he still feels wanted and his
the :house, were
distance from
to the -
grade students, are paint
SrJoriJa Qteetlng Service One..r. not damaged, nor their farm entrance pool. !Mm. D. H. Crawford J2 xU-3 BR
livestock. Lester Slade moved a devotional
-. '....-.-.. "" house trailer to their farm Sat dhnlrman.was an named office not filled NOTICEThe BATH & A HALF
'N"'N"'IiIr "N' -"'" "
urday, where the Hayes' are $$4225
Mrs. Carolyn E Cordially They expressed \their thanks TO EQUIP NEW FIRETRUCK FULLY EQUIPPED
for all that
and appreciation
Eaves Hampton City Conned approved Following Insurance Companies
and friends had done
/ Welcomes
the purchase of a Briggs
Representative 1 for them since the fire occur
and Statton motor-driven pump WILL BE CLOSED I
Ph. 964-5S12
You and Your red.
for the fire engine, coming for I
122 N. Bay St. Family to Your SCHOOL PROGRAM the Florida PARKWOOD
Thursday afternoon this! week, the city through Tuesday and Wednesday The Most Famous
Starke New Home Forest Service, at the regular Name in Mobile Homes.
students of the various gradesat
monthly' meeting at city ball on
HamptMi Elementary School Monday evening last week. Dec. Decembr 24th and 25th For 52 FT. LONG

The State of ,FloridaIt will put on a Christmas program 9. The pump la to cost $175 and 2 BEDROOMS
and a-
and class parties
Christmas $$4200
the council also voted to buy
Feel Welcome and movie scheduled for Friday Front, Step-up
Is Our Desire to Make You are 200 feet of hose to equip the I
To Aquaint You With Your City.If afternoon, the last. day of school new engine. KITCHENWe
before the Christmas vacation.
Monday evening! l'bllltt
in the area, a phone School resumes again on Mon Dec. 16, an area-wide fire prevention are a member of Mobile
you are new day, Jan. 6. meeting was held at Doyle Conner Ins. AgencyBill Housing: Assn. of
Poster reminders are up In
'call will bring you a prompt visit several places about next sum the home ot Willard Thomas America, Inc., our pledge to the public for
fire marshal. This area Includes
from your local hostess.) Please give mer's eight-week "headstart"program TJieressa, Sampson City and Satisfactory Service on every Mobile Home we
and parents are
the Graham area to the river.
Powell Agency
her a call! She has maps and many to enroll children now. If In other business! the council sell.
your child will be five by Jan.
the offer from Frederick
free and wonderful gifts for you 1. 1969, register now at the rejected Wallet-am made last monthto

from local businesses. Neighborhood' Service Center on sell the water works to the
Temple Avenue in Starke Just of Harold C. Wall Inc.
behind the courthouse. city. Action on the purchase ,
a marshal uniform was post
poned until the January meet-
Ing. Due to Inadequate Jail facilities

at MARY CARTER PAINTSDUYTWOAN made! !here with,Bradford contact: ) has County been to Merritt H. Williams OCALA

!house prisoners If necessary: 457T' N.W. Ulh STRUTs
Financial receipts for the
month came to $683.80, and disbursements r.

$41322.! ; accordingto : .
Mrs. Lillian Ingenlafih, clerk.
Those present for the meeting *

.. Included (Mayor Ernest Green,
., .Y'
.' ""' ..... ,,' ,, ;...d ""'>.- ,-"'-1 !Mrs. Ingenlath. Marshal' R. H.

... <, Parker, and Councilman Tracy
Jones. Pat Glover and Don

A Hill Gerald, Fire Thomas.Marshal Thomas\ and UOLIDaYL


Mr. and Mrs. Major Lanier ,,
!have been visiting with!Mr. and :
Mrs. Lester Slade here from +

I'' ; Pink Hampton Hill N. residents.C. They are former -

Among those from out-of-) _
e town attending the funeral Saturday .
for Brenda Brown' were ON HIGHWAY 100
the Rev. and Mrs. W. P. Mot C L U B 100 '+" ; r'

Elroy Paula and of son Waverly.Terry and Rev.daughter Mc- U 4 MILES'EAST, LAKE BUTLER

Elroy lis.. former pastor of
Hampton Baptist Church.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mosher I FIFTHS
of Matamoras, Pa., who are

ROL-LATEX ACRYLIC LATEX Milton staying Mosher dn High for Springs the winter with, N 6.25 Canadian Lord Calvert .. . . 5.40

visited friends In Hampton on N

WALL PAINT Monday Mr. and last Mrs.week.Buford Mitchell 5.50 Canadian Lord Craven . *A.85

and Mr. and Mrs Frederick fl-
and daughters were
OUTSTANDING HIDING POWER Watterson guests for a family dinner Sun | 5.85 Canadian Mist . 4.85
day evening with Mrs. M. L;

t _v WASHABLE AFTER ONE WEEK Watterson. Mr. and (Mrs. Mitchell N 5.85 Calvert Extra .
were married Tuesday Dec- 5'05
ember 10. Mrs. Mitchell jd the

( former Dot Failing.Mr. N 5.85 Schenely Reserve .
Reg. and Mrs. Bill Phegley of 5.05 M
GALS. Sylvanla. Ind. were visiting. last
,' WHIN OO PERGALLON 2 $698t week with Mr. and (Mrs. George .- N
l011a1aA1C/ 5.85 Seagram 7-Crown . .
' JCJ FOR Kennan and family. 5.05 M

, Good Housekeeping" ,., Edna Eayre returned home
GUMMIItl last from week.the Starke Nursing Homo N 5.00 Bourbon Deluxe .. MAS M

Lois Hughes! of Ocala was a

weekend visitor here at the M 4.50 Kentucky Beau Bourbon . . M
MATCHING SEMIGLOSSAENAMEL. home of her brother-in-law and
slater Mr. and Mrs. V, J. N

NOW. Slade. 5.30 Relska Vodka, 80 proof . . 4.05 M
. Mrs. Harry Lasseter and
daughter and Mrs. Mark Nor-

PER man and daughter and Mrs. 4.35 Gilby Vodka 80 proof - - 3.80
Re$. $209 QUART Nlta Johnson were In JacksonVille
Saturday and visited Mrs.
Johnson's brother Dewitt Fre 4.50 Calvert Gin, 90 proof 4.05

vatt.Mrs.. H. O. Dyal entered Ala
r Ac Chua General Hospital on Mon 5.00 Gilby Gin, 90 proof - A05
day this!. week, to undergo sur-
) Tuesday.Mr. .
c gery. and Mrs. Richard Davie &T I 8.15 J & B Rare Scotch 6.80QT.
1 left by plane Monday afternoon
from Jacksonville to return to
Severn Md., where be is stationed. ,-
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-- MARY CARTER Ronnie Knight phoned relatives _
here last week that he was
LATEX OIL BASE enroute from Hawaii to Guam 3 QT. I OLD N
with the Coast Guard. 6.55 Canadian
HOUSE PAINT HOUSE PAINT Ruthla Roark celebrated !her 5.65 16.00 MILWAUKEE J
thirteenth birthday Saturday.Dec. 4 MT. ;I' I
$580 PER 14. with an outdoor party },
5730 Reg. r
Reg. GALLON GALLON at the Roark home In Hampton. M 5.75 Kentucky !!' BEER
C. Aft rtfl M
Rita Meng, daughter of Mr.
Q.fl-U J.O.UU
and !Mrs. Francis Meng, who Beau Bourbon -
M .
lynii.Ki'q' 2 GALS.FOR $998 2 GALS.FOR $798 y ?OVA 'euwwyq Is studying at Florida computer Technical programming College 5.80 Old Thompson I r.I' .
%, r cooa xauuk..w \'t
'Goodlbuuklping + aaxnmyhr In Jacksonville to to be 5 1 0 14 SO CASE
a1gry.ola krrma-m.n home for Christmas vacation } Blend N
this Friday. Her classes begin
MARY CARTER CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF PAINTS again after the holidays on Jan..
e. w1! All Prices Subject To Tax Prices Good Through December 31 ii
and Mrs. Don Hill expects to
ONRAMERICA'S be home Friday, after complete
l) ing the semester at Chlpola
Junior College in Marianna.

rg (; of Mr.Pompano and here Mrs.with were Ernest Mr.Sunuday' and Hunter Mr visitors *.' LIVE MUSIC Every Wed., Fri.. Sat. 9 Till 12

George Saxon.
Before you drive further lookIng In Our Newly Remodelled Lounge No Cover Charge

MARY CARTER PAINTS do take at Christmas note of those decoration here in, I i

Hampton.the And city besides limits: those the Ben-Inside OPEN CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S DAYr

102 E. Brownie* St. Phone 964-702 kowskto have lighted the large
evergreen! In their front yard.
on highway 221 heading towards : :=


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Trnrmm.\\'. DEC. 19. 19r..
PAGE FOURTEEN THE BRADFORD-._ COUNTY TELEGRAPH._- .- STARRED-FLORIDA-'''. ---- .. ----.-.-- -_ -0. .=:;;-;"=- --:'. ..::-...
y y y .y y 7:30 p.m. They held their and children of Jacksonville My with a weekend at AmeoIcanna >
Christmas program on Wednes and David Barnes .of Lake Geneva. Motor Lodge on the Crews ReportedIn
LAWTEYBlanehard% day. Dec. 18. 7:30 p.m. ocean at Daytona Beach. on Line For
Highland Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter Saturday they went on a tour
Sunday School 9:45: a.m., Wor- visited their cousin D. C. Smith to'Cape Kennedy and saw the Circuit Judgeship j
It1 >Gaca .*hip 11 ajn. and 8 p.m. They In Baptist Memorial Hospital la space plane scheduled to eo up
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA win hold their Christmas program Jacksonville during the week. on the 21 of December. The Former State Representative .
on Friday December 20 1'01and 1 Mm. Hubbard Harley Ducks had a pleasant surprise John Crews of Macclenny. Is f
Grace united Methodist 7 pjn. Everyone welcome. : of Bushnel spent !ts>e week. at 2 am. :Friday when their elated for appointment) by Gov.
Sunday Schol 9:45: am.. Worship Nortnstde Baptist Invites end with Randy HarleY. Mr. and eon. Vernon called them from Kirk as a circuit judge to fill
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m; Choir every .one to their Christmas Mrs. A. Q. Smith and children 6lnrapore. Be was on R&R a pending vacancy to the '
practice Wednesday 7 p.m. followed program on Monday. Dec 23. and Mr. and Mrs. Richard from Vietnam for five days. Eight Judicial Circuit accord Your and
by MYF 7:30: p.m. The 7:30 pjn. Chasser.! son and daughter.Mrs. Misses Madron and Cindy ing to Hank Drane Florida 1 : car
Christmas program will be held Evergreen Baptist wIll bold Daisy Starling Mrs. Duck visited their sister and Times-Union\ political. editor.
here Sunday. Dec. 22, 7:30: p.m. their Christmas program on George Bapp and Mrs. James brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs D. If appointed Crews will replace J feet will do enough
Everyone Is Invtted. Friday Dec. 20. 8 pjn. Everyone Hiffglnbotham were visiting E. Nolan and family In Jacksonville Circuit Judge J. C. Ad- i
First Baptist! Church Sunday will be welcome. Mrs. Wiley Smith, and family over the weekend. kins Jr., of Gainesville who extra mileage
School 9:45: am.: Worship Friends\ ..of Carl* evatt. who In Jacksonville on Wednesday Sammie Eunice is on leave was elected to a seat on the
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. TrainIng has been 111 at home for several of last week. through the holidays and visiting Florida Supreme Court and will r# this monthSo -
Union 6:30: p.m. Weekend days win be pleased-to learn Visiting 1'01anI! Mrs. A. D. his parents Mr. and Mnr.. take over his new post In January i
services Wednesday 7:30: ( p.m. t that he !is Improving.Mrs. Dobbs Sunday were his sister- J. n. Eunice and family and ,
The Christmas program will IX Pauline O. Toole and in-law Mrs. Casey Dobbs and grandmother Mrs. Selma Eunice ,.
held at this Church on Wednesday daughter. Chert of Loa Angeles daughter and Mr. and Mrs. and other relatives. He Is
Dec. 25 7:30 p.m. All wW Canf. arrived last Wednesday to Charlie Dobbs and children' of stationed aboard the USS Boston crews a Democrat served. 14 .
be welcome. spend the holidays with her Jacksonville and Jim Bridges now In port at Boston years as a member of the ,
Church of God Sunday parents Mr. and (Mrs. O. J. An of Baldwin. Mass. House before retiring In 1966.
School 10 a.m., Worship 11 a.m. ders. Sunday visitors of the Anders Mr. and MRS. T. V Duck celebrated Mrs. Beulah Norman spent He has continued active In
and 7:30 p.m., YPE Wednesday were Mrs. Johnny Jenkins their wedding annlverp last& week visiting her five children State, government however !I
who reside In Miami. serving as a member! of the :
............_._._.........,...--......................-.........'_11--11---.. ..,.. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Denmarkof Cow'IUitlonal' Revision Com- '
*'* -"*'iWft* jSi S 8 -wtiIif. .. .. Jacksonville spent the week. Tnt'."y*>n PI* DS A'1' e/MllVel I

end vfislttnsr Mr. and !Mrs. Leon for the House during the constltuf'onol 'I start banking here by mail! Christmas
Starting and Gwenn and Mr. revision sessions.
I frenzy or summer doldrums in good
and Mrs. George Shufbrd and
ANNOUNCING. ohfldred. Crews graduated from the < weather or bad-save yourself time and

> O 0 TTnlvwi'ty, of Florida Law I special trips all year around: Ask or writeus
School in 1949 and has! practiced
: 1 1
for free forms today -
News About law In Macctennv since that our Banking-by-Mail
time. He gained statewide rerutatfon !
Your New Dealer In Keystone Colored Citizens B* a legislator and I
wa* voted! ;!cfnd most valuable
Heights For Fine Liquors member of the Legislature In !','
SCHOOL NEWS'Christmas 1963.
holidays win start
for Bradford County schools! on ficlating. !
Samuel Bennett Jr. died! In 1
a December 20 and end Jan. 6. ,
1969. Seasons greetings to all the Medical Center after an ex- '
SPECIAL from the RJE staff. We are tended Illness. He has lived '1
planning for a successful new with his son Samuel Bennett j I
COCKTAIL HOUR i year. in since 1964. Funeral services 'I' FLORIDA
RECREATION NEWS win be held at 2:30: p.m. Saturday

5 TO 7 P.M. I Play will begin at 10 a.m. in Greater Allen Chapel . . .. o. .... .. .. .
L. A. P. '
AME Church with Rev. -
EACH WED., FRI., SAT. Saturday Dec. 21, for City ;' : \ >"' : \; \ 1f1; .
DURING DECEMBER }6 League Basketball In the RJE CARD Sampson OF officiating.THANKS.! .I _, 0" ._4, gym. !Mr. Jackson will appreciate
your cooperation In the activity The family of the late Mr.
0 Mack! PrIngle wlsfi to thank the Member Federal Deposit 3x urance Corp.

CHURCH Greater' NEWS Free Will Baptist many thoughtful friends acts)for of kindness the many In One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group

Church. Rev. Jasper Williams their !hours of bereavement.May .
f l pastor Monday :night ChoiY: No. God bless! and keep you
DINING ROOM LIQUORS I 1 win rehearse. Tuesday night all.-The Pringle family.
I Chair: No. 3 rehearsal.! Wednesday .-
night Prayer Meeting.
Thursday night. Ladles Circle.
9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. Meeting. Sunday services will
begin) with church school at
Lounge Open Until 12 9:30.: Morning service 11 a.m. Santa Invites
Evening service 6 pjn. Visitors .q
Charbroiled Steaks On WeekendsAND always welcome. Awiy.
Greater Allen Chapel AME
Open Till 11 Church. Rev. L. A. Sampson OHUOR
pastor. Sunday Sdhool. 10 ajn. P \ ,
Sunday Thru Thursday with Mrs. F. B. Delestre In Pontiac \ 4p
Seafood Dinners CLOSED MONDAYS charge.! The Presiding Elder With The Greatest Gift Of All A Great New '69 ( X
Rev. A. R. Richardson will
for the new Conference
Year. All officers and membersare
asked to please be present
:Beidlers Restaurant and OBITUARIESMrs.have written reports.

ov Mattie Hunt passed away
i Y Jim and Margie Eland In the Medical Center after an rt sA f fLr

J IIIGHWAY 21 (NORTH) KEYSTONE HEIGHTS extended Illness. Funeral services _
were held at 2 p.m. Sun.
tC day in New Bethel Baptist '
Chinch with Rev. A. Vdnson of. ( b\
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One Year 5.00 One Year . 5.50 '

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'THURSDAY, DEC.( ,19. 196f

Rev. Burton, Service Held ..;";ii .Jt.L !1m ji_ ';n m1iif! [ ITil! : [ l1B11lfmillllliEffi }

Retired Pastor For Brenda Brown*;

Dies At 84 Accident Victim An investment in Your Future ,I

Rev. William C. urboti. 84, Funeral services were held ,
of Route 1. Stark*, died Mon Saturday for Miss Bread '
day k> the Bradford County Hospital Brown. 18. of Hampton, who>> M' "
after an Illness of .several dUd as a result of Injuries received t

weeks. In an auto-train collision l.. W ltJ{ "1J
A retired Baptist minister.. Mr. Wednesday.! Dec 11, in Hamp .c"-U "
"Fin when ton wlfl fcurt kt *'
Burton had lived In toe Strake ton. ywrlmsiiri b. jnur .

area for several Y UoS. He was Miss Brown was born In Bel* ,.-__....... ---- -".,,,.."" ...., .....' ", ,,,." ""- ...........................- _"' ''''''''''''K'''' ,,,,,,,.,, "......... .._,-- .
born in Blakety, Oa. on Marcti mont :Miss.. May 14. 1950. and .
24, 1884. Churches Una :bad had lived In Hampton, aeveralyears. CALVARY BAPTIST HEILBRONN BAPTIST

served Included (Dedan Baptist. She was a 1963 graduate .Sunday Scb oI. 10 *. m. Morn- CHlfeCH. HIGHWAY U N. t tIII
Graham Baptist, Bardln Baptist of Bradford High Softool and log' Worship. 11 &. m. Trainta Sunday School, 9:43: .. m. I
,and Pleasant Grove Baptist.At na employed Sunland Train failon. 8:30: Pr m. Evening Ser Morning..Worship. II. Training I
the time of his death lie.w-as UK Center in Gainesville.Suurvlvlnsr vice. 7:30.: Prayer: Meeting. Wed Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Hervies. ,

a member of the Long Brldce are her parent nesday. 7:30: p. m....Rer, R. CL 7:30.: !Midweek Prayer; Bervics. .,
Community Church at New River Mr.: and :Mrs. Kenneth Brown Butler pastor. 7::30. "" '''''''''''''<' ,
and two brothers.; Jerry and -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, Pastor | W W:
Surviving are bis 'wife three Donnle Brown, all Hampton; DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH t ,
sisters three tlster*.. MM. Virginia BROOKER GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH J
sons, two daughters\ and four Crawford, of Starke. and (Mrs. Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng Sunday School, 10 ... m. Morn j jtnn. .
Funeral services were held ait Martha Brown and MIss Kathy Worship.! 11 .. m. Training .Warship, ll.a.Jrn, and 7 .p. t
'11 a. m. Monday In Jones !Memorial Brown, of Hampton; and her' (Union, 6:39: p. m. Evening Ser. tnsiev.. Fnea Johns', pastor,u | i

Chapel with Rev. D. IB. grandfathers.: Carl Brown and vice. 730v; -Rev. Lacy Conway .
Willis offlciatlng..Interment was Ab Bates, both of (Mississippi.! pastor Thursday! -Visitation, 10 a. m.
in KIngsley: Lake Cemetery :wltb Services were held at 2 pan. and 7 p. m. |t II

local ministers serving' _active Saturday in the Hampton Baptist NORTIISIDE BAPTIST NEW RIVER BAPTIST \ t tI
pallbearers. Churcb.! of which she was CHURCH MornIng -
Sunday (School, 10 a. m.
a member, with Rev. !Melvin Located on Bayless Hlghwaj" Training/
Worship. 11 a. m.
Hamel Officiating. Interment (SR 223 at Ralford (Road Union. 9. m. Evenlag WorsMp. t I II
CARD OF THANKS was In the Keystone Heights (SR 10)). 8 m. Wednesday night er- \ ,
I would like to express itiy: Cemetery with DeWttt C. Jones Services: Sunday School, 10 p. Everyone welj j
sincere thanks to all my frlerdi J'oneral. Home In Charge ofarrangements. a. m.; Sunday Morning Worship, come vice. -7:30 1.: L.p. Parker m. pastor. ............
for their many Madnesses /01 a. m.: Training Urilon, 6:30p. : t 6

shown me during my1'r..."rt !!:1. m.; Evening \Service, T:30: CHURCH OF CHRIST 1

7ie.s9. I pray God's blessing: on Services Held Midweek Prayer Service. Wed Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. m.: j .
each of you and w1.:laU a Aterry Hesday. 7:30-iRev.: Glenn Law- Morning Worship and Communion f ;
Christmas and a. Happy New For R. H. Hill, hon, pa tc.r. Service U a. m. Evening

Year.-Mrs. Mary L. Wattfrson. Auto Crash Victim BAYLESS HIGHWAY services, 8:00.Wedneay: J
service T
:! Worship A
Raymond H. Hill, 57, ol Sunday BAPTIST School,CHURCH 10 a.m.; Morning p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell. ,

CARD OF THANKS Waldo, was pronounced dead Warship Service, 11 a. m.: NORTIISIDE BAPTIST 1 t

Thanks to all our friends and on arrival at Bradford County Tialnlnj! Union, 6:30: p. m.; Eve* CHURCH I
Hospital following an auto accident IIIIIIIIIIIII III.
neighbors' of Bradofrd/ County nln Worship 7:30: p. m. Schedule of services: Sunday | III
for your concern, your help And near Hampton Tuesday Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, School 9:45: a. m. Morning Wor1 1 ". t
Dec. 10. He was auto aaIe.IJoman
your rayers during\ the ttti&ofButcn's an 7:30: p. in.; O. A. Meeting, Wedineqday ship -10:45: a. m. (Training TJn- i !r"
and member of the
lUnees; Jim .and Grace a 7:30: p. m':; Choir ReJiearsal. ton 6:45: p. m. 'Evening Service I
Baptist Church. : Wednesday:! 7:30: p. m.: 1Wednesday.
Faulkner. 7:43. Mid-Week Prayer Service: ri: 1i LET'S NOT FORGET THIS
Surviving are his wife, Mary Brotherhood meeting last Mon : .
7:45: p. m. J :::: till Church It God'i oppoinlid ogincy In thisij t
Harrison Kill, of Waldo; two
day In each month. Rev. David :
ol Hit lout
step-daughters. (Mrs. Barbara :Medelros, pastor. ij "And the shall bring forth a ton, and thou shall call I Moild lor ipnodmg tht knowlidgi
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN t :: lor mon ond ol Hit dimond lot mon lo mpondlo
Hutoheson. of Starke, and Mrs.: Sunday School 9:45 a. m. .f:111: hit name Jesus 'for he shall save hit people /from their thai' lo.i by loving hit niighbor. Without'
Jacksonville and
Nancy Mulea. ; CHURCH OF GOD Morning Worship, 41 a. m. Youth f:111: tins." Matthew 1,2, I. 'thli grounding, In Ihi ,lovi of God no go>om- t
his mother Mrs. Llllle F.
Clair St. Starke.
422 N. St. .
Fellowship 6 p. m. Choir Prac :::1: mini' or Hunty or wax ol Illo will long
Birmingham,sendees Ala.. beldat 6'nday!: School, 10 a. m. Worship tlce, Wednesday 8 p. m. t I 111i! For Cod to loued the world that he gave hit only begotten pittiviri and thi friidomi whkh wi hold lodior
Funeral were Services! ; 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. Burch .
Rev. Robert D. ::::: Son that whosoever belieoeth in will Inivilobl* pulih. Thinlori' ovin t
3:30: p.m. Friday in Jones Prayer Meeting.! Friday, 7:30p. :: i him should not
m. ::::::3 from, o ullhh point ol viiw,ono should tupjurlthi '
Memorial Chapel with Rev. W. Chester J. Shouppe.jjputor. but have / I
m -Rev. CHURCH I perish everlasting life.
: RAIFORD BAPTIST ::1 Church 'lor'rhi loki ol thi willoro ol him-
We A. Hogan officiating. Interment Schedule of services: Sunday\ I I, ::::: nil and hit lamll,. Biyond Ihot howivir,
was In Kingsley Lake Cemetery WorsMp. 11 .. 1 "for Cod tent not his Son into the world/ to condemn '
with DeWitt C. Jones HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH School, 10 a. m. 1 1 oviry pinon ihould uphold and participate In ,
Funeral Home In charge. (Highway 100 at Theressa) m. and 7:30: p. m. Training Un J the world/ but that tile world through him might lelaved. thi Church bicouu It lilli 'Ihi truth oboul

Stress Sunday School-10 a. m. ion 6:30: j>. m.-Rev. JacK ::1:1:::. ." John 3tl6. 17. mon i hli, diolh ond dntiny; Ihi truth which
Morning Worship-11 a. m. Btolte, pastor. | .3 oloni will lit him lut to li i 01 o child olCod.
5 Services Held ,
Training Unlon-:30: p.m. iii We invite you to celebrate the birth of our Saviour by .
Dec. 16 Evening Worship.-7:15: p. m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
Service Monday Wednesday Night Prayer Services Sunday'Sch'OI..10 .. m. MornIng f attending church this week and by spreading good will

For Mrs. Conner 7:30: p. m. Rev. 'Merle. Worship. U a.. m. PreiSer- :::: everywhere you go. 1.0' Ad..S... 4I'
,vices (Booster Band, Young
Packham, pastor. '
Godding & Clark Mrs. Florence. B. Conner, 82, People, and Prayer Service), 6

Motors of Starke passed away in a FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD p. m. Evening Worship 7 P. m.
101J SOUTH M.lnSt. Starke hospital! Saturday, Deo. OF STARKE !Midweek Service Wednesday
CaincsvilbOp.n 14. following

8, em 8 pm Born in Lake City Nov. 13, Road 'pastor.
378-2311 1885, she was the laughter of Sunday School: 10:00: a. m

the late Joseph! and EUoabeth 11:00: a. m. Mornlns Worship: GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH: r.t.,[., .. z.r It
Nettles Brannen. 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00p. : STARKE .;. .
Mrs. Conner was a member m. Evangelistic Services. Sunday Sc oo1. 10 a. m. MornIng "
) Need tractor tires? of the Lake Butler Church ol Wednesday: 7:30: p. m.. Mid Worship, 11. Trailing! Unisn FAULKNER HURST SHELL STARKE 60"SERVICE
Christ. She had been a resident ,
week Prayer Meeting. :: 6 p. m. Evening Worship.!
of Starve for the past six years, Pastor: Lester F. Richardson. '7. Wednesday Prayer Service, SERVICE
coming here from Jacksonville. '7:30.: -Rev. Virgil! Lovett pas'tor. GULF SERVICE
Survivors Include six daughters CHURCH:: OF GOD I Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 9.47231 A
: Mrs :Iris MtBae: of Starke, U-HAUL RENTALS ,
Mrs. Vdrgie Crawford of High 422 N. St. Clair 'St., Stavke. SMYRNA MISSIONARY Tire Tru-ing
Springs, (Mrs Eva Dole of Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship. BAPTIST CHURCH
Gainesville, Mrs. Caasle Wynn 11! a.m. and 7 p.m. Sun 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ger Truck: Trailer Headlight Adjusting t

of Jacksonville' Mrs. Minnie day. Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. vices: Sunday School, 10 a. m. Complete Lubrication Brake Service
Johns .of Hampton, and Mrs. Friday.-Rev. Chester J. Shoup. Preaching. 11 a. m. Training
Beady Elliott of Haines City: :oe, pastor. Union, 5:45: p. m. Evening Worship Minor Tune-Upa Wheel Balance and j
We have in or can getquickly
r Everyone welcome. --"
one son: James L. Conner of 7 p. m.
Tractor, your Tires.'STANDARD size .Atlas Jacksonville, ; two sisters: Mrs. FIRST STARKE UNITED METHODIST Elder A.O. Flynn, pastor 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE Alignment ,

Daisy Crawford of Lake Butler 1011 N. Temple Avenue
Sunday Church School, 9:49: CHURCH { PROMPT ROAD SERVICE I
and Mrs. Bessie Crawford of FIRST CHRISTIAN III way 301 and 100
a.m.; Morning Worship, The Sunday Service: Sunday PHONE 964-5899
Jacksonville and one brother.
Service of 9 Lessons and Carols, All Minor Repairs ,
Dan Brannen of Lula, Fla. \School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship UO S. Temple Starke
Call Your Standard OilMAN Services were from the Lake 11 a.m. Three Choirs will sing. 10:45: a. m. Evening Ser 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke
MYF Snack Supper, 6 p.m.;
Butler vice, 6:30: m. Midweek Service
IN STARKEK. Church of Christ Moday. p.
MYF Meetings, 6:30: p.m.; Wednesday, 7:15: m. STARKE BUILDERS t
G. DUNCAN afternoon Dec. '16. .with ;Rev. p.
Evening Worship, The minlstei
Ferryman Dennison and Rev. -Charles Reese
964-5132 "The Night of :Miracles," sung LAWSON
Eddie James officiating. Burial Inc.
Standard Oil Company(Inc.i In K:{I was In the Ft. Call Cemetery by the Chancel Choir, 7:30: p.m. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL I t
Tuesday Christmas Eve MEAT MARKET
under direction of DeW tt C CHURCH.
Jones Funeral Home .of Starke. Candlelight Communion Service, Sunday: Services: Featuring Ace Hardware ;,
11:00: p.m.Thursday. 8:30 Holy Eucharist. AND COLD STORAGE
: a. m. ,
Chancel Choir Rehearsal. t Complete Paint Supplies
: 9:30 Church School. Buffet Lunch $1.25
: a. m. ..
We Specially In Custom IIla.1I e.
7:45: p.m. i
Service. ,
10:30: a. m. Family and Sporting Goods
Friday Older Children's (Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd 11 A. M. to 2 P. M. lag:, Cutting'and Wr pp1nfc -
Choir Rehearsal. Morning Prayer, 2nd
and Sundays 4th Sundays; ). "Check With Us First" Buffet Dinner $1.75 Prepared for Deep ....... t

MADISON STREET -J. Thomas Staab, Rsctor
BAPTIST CHURCH1 2(9 Washington St. 964-5270 5 P. M. to 9 P. M. WHOLESALEAND

Sunday School, 9:43: a.m. CHRISTIAN
at 11. Youth I RETAIL
Morning Worship t
CHURCH U. S. 301 North Ph. 964-7600
Choir practice, 4:30: p.m. Youth Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn- Phone 964-7059)
Fellowship Supper, 5:45.: TrainIng -
In? Worship at 11. Evening
Union 6:13.: WMU Prayer Worship 7SO.: Rev. Carl

circle 7:15.Memorial: Clarke, pastor. DAD & BRAD SALES I

Set Friday Dec. 20 Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng -
Worship! at 11. Training 24-Ft. Wide
For Mrs. WhitenacK Union 6:30.: Wednesday night & OIIMIW. m. Under New Ownership

Prayer Meeting, 7:30. followed Also 12Ft. Wide Your Certified Master t
Memorial services for Mrs. by choir practice. Starke Nursing
:Mamie! Evelyn Whltenack, 54, Home service 2:43: p. m. HOMES :Pry Cleaner

who died Friday Dec. 13, :will -Rev. Melvin Hamel, pastor. 539 E. Call St Starke Fla.. Campers and Traveltrailers
tie held Friday. Dec. 20. from Free Moth-Proofing t

eh.eer! Jones (Memorial Chapel In OAK. GROVE BAPTIST Phone 964-5745 for FREE Keystone Heights Free Pick-Up and Delivery
Starke. ciiurcii:'
Whttenack died in the Inspections and Estimates and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320
Mrs. Sunday School. 10 a. m. t 311 N. Temple Ph. 9 45T04EDWARDS
University Hospital In Gaines Morning: Worship at 11. Training t
At this Joyous time of the year, we extend our most Union. 6:43.: Evening Wor
sincere wishes to you and your family for the happiest ville.Born In Minnesota April 19, ship. 7:30.: -Rev. Luther A. Me-
holidays ever. No doubt there's a lot of excitement on 1914 the daughter. .of the late Andrew n_ ",utn.. t WILLIAMSJEWELRY BRADFORDABSTRACT

your calendar. and probably some driving. As you and Amanda Carlson Olson FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH t
get behind the wheel remember that the she ''had been -a resident of STARKE CO. Grocery and Marktt
spirit of good will applies on the highway too. .... Bradford County tor' the past i2 Sunday, Dec. 22 Sunday i
So do your part to make it a safe and happy years, coming here from New' 9:43 t
__ School. : a.m. Morning WorsMp Official Class Rings Better Service For,Your Groceries Meats Feed t
for Jersey. Mrs. Whltenaok attended !
season everyone. at 11; sermon, "Following
.uu..C\ the First Christian! Church of God's star" Training Union; Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems GAS AND OIL '

Starke.Surviving Is her husband,John 6:13 7:30:: p.m.p.m.: sermon Evening, "Jesus Worship as ateenager. ,>t BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts Jack and Gladys Edwards j j

F.. 4U1d .one son, Frank White- "
Hack, both of Starke: two eta- Monday. New River 'I\ 142 W. Can: St. Starke Title Insurance U. S. 301 South Starke ,
MERR1TT ten: Mrs. Mabel Houghog and executive board meeting. t I Phone 964-7064 158 W. Can Ph. 964-6881 PHONE 944-5312 j j
r=' WILLIAMS Mlsa Ester Olson and two First Baptist Church, 8 p.m.
brothers and Edward
: Arthur
J I 117 Phone N. Walnut Sfc. Olson all of !Detroit Lakes, Min Wednesday, 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting I CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc. ,
964-5391 nesota.
'IbursdayVIsitation 7
: Charles Rese. minister of the p.m. ( Owned Jtv Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helpin* Our Members Live Better t
f First Christian Church of Starke
I will officiate at the memorial FILING CABINETS: Type. ElettrleaDy"-Keystone Height*-Phone. 4734911

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Indians Score Masonic ,, "" H..'" ,.\' .;.. ,-;' J
Lodge j : ..,. f'.( .; .
,,' ., .. ;J
Keystone HilitesBy / 65-57 Win Over Date Postponed < .

Tough Bell Team

JIM FOX Worshipful Master Win. P, : (
Please Phone in Your Items 473-4148 Keystone: cagers now stand at Wilson of Melrose Lodge 89, ,i
: 3-1 before the- holiday; lay-off: announces that the Stated Com: i imonlcatkm f d

with his 157 score posted for after posting 6547 win over r for' December 24 a
LIBRARIAN EXPRESSES the38 holes of golf. He was tough Bell team in the KHBgym JIM been cancelled due to faDto*
APPRECIATION also Tuesday: ndght. Christmas Eve .
awarded a prize for the on
MM. Harold Lawrence, local Keystone Jumped to a 14-3 The : for
longest drive during tile toura. Installation of officers
librarian. Is most appreciative meet. l eay lead at the end of the first 1969 win be held at a special
of Items that have been donatedto HERE THERE quarter but Bell turned the lodge meeting on December 27,
the library by our residents. Mr. and Mrs. David Bunder tables in the second period and at 8 p.m. This meeting will be
Mrs. H. R. Pbelps baa been land and son Mark are home led the indIana 21-20 at t.belalf.. open for members and families
moat generous In donating a for a holiday: visit with family Bell maintained its lead .of !Masonic Lodges and OES
wide assortment of glfta which: and friends. David has just aag through the \third quarter, but Chapters, and invited guests!! .
have been effectively used ta completed! three-year obligation the Indians; rallied in the final

many of Mrs. Lawrence's window with the Army: at Ft. period, led by: Sandy Grayson ::M,

displays. Rucker, Ala. and win enroll at N who accounted for 25 of Key- &
The' Christmas tree and an the University: of Florida in stones total points. Jeff Baits
the trimmings, Which are pre January. was runner-up with 12. Graysoa Keystone Rotary

gently on display\ : by the picture Mias Marilyn Bridges! te visiting was also high rebounder, with Christmas Party
window, were donated by: !Mrs. with family and friends in 19. Aero Club
J. Oestrelcher of Parkof-the. the Carolinas. David Halter was high for This Friday Pilot By

Palms. Mrs. Canaille Stewart Robert Pater, son !of Mr. and Bell, with 27.I.oat.
donated the Winter scene which! :Mrs. Dan Pater of Nelson's To Trenton The Keystone Heights Rotary: For Part In Rescue Mission

was used in the library last Point is home from Florida. rw The Indiana were edged 60-53 Club will have its annual Christmas *

CI1rI.Btmu. Central Academy: for the noil- by: a tougih Trenton team last party; and ladies night safety and. without concern except
Mrs. Lawrence said that the days. Friday night. At the end of the dinner this Friday: night Dec. Oil Galbaldon, a veteran pilotof for those who might: have
library will be closed from Dec. SP-S Rowan Thomas" returned first half the teams were In a 20, at the Keystone: Heights: East Palatka, was presented! survived' the accident:\ retracedthe
with plaque and citation at
22 through the 25th. ,home this week after life second neck and .neck: battle.! Trenton Golf) ft Country Club. Festivities a a route of the !Moore plane
of the
On Monday( : of this week, the tour of duty In Vietnam. Rowan put the game away: in the third will get underway at 7 P.m. a meeting Keystone. Aero from Melbourne to Keystone
Tuesday night his part
library board and staff enjoyed: da enjoying a holiday visit with quarter as they shook the net At last Friday: luncheon! In work the Heights In weather that was
a Christmas party: at the Green hid parents. Mr. and Mrs Ro- for 22 points. Keystone came meeting President Jim Chee- rescue following characterized !by: "such low
crashi last
airplane Februarythat
Cove Spring Library. wan Thomas. Sr. back In the final period with 22 slngton announced that the club : ceilings and limited visibility
claimed the: life of Dr.
PTA MEETS TONIGHTThe Don Dowllng, who has Just points of its own, but time ran bad been given sponsorship for Donald M. Oirtstoffers. that professional pilots were of
Keystone: Heights PTA completed active duty: training : the organization of a new Rotary the opinion that air search and
Presenting the citation and
will meet tonight (Dec. 19)), at 8 with the Army Reserves at Ft. out.No more games will'be play-' : Club in Orange Park. Preliminary : rescue operations could not be
plaque are County: Judge :T. A.
pan. In the school's cafetorlum. Polk. La. and Ft. Sam Houston ed before the holidays.\ The work on this project undertaken" at the time.
Yawn of Starke. (left) and
AU residents of the community: Texas, is home to spend She schedule will be resumed January will start in January. After Galbaldon discoveredthe
Wally Fordyce president of the
are Invited to attend. holidays with his family, Mr. : 3 against Taylor (there). Rotarian Myron Prevatt gave Aero Club. plane in remote area, he.
CUB SCOUTS CHANGE and Mrs. Bill Dowling. On January: 4 .the Indiana will an informative talk "on Rotary The citation: commended Gal- directed a ground party to its''
MEETING NIGHT Mr. and Mrs. Alee Livingston, 4Elaine play Fort White at home. clai::,:.,:Iicatdons. baldon for his successful effortsIn location( "thus making possiblethe
Cub Scout Pack 305 will meet of Boca Raton, were weekend locating the plane which rescue of Linda Gall Chris-
this Friday: evening at 7:30: guests of Alec's parents, Mr. crashed the northwest toffers and Ernest Moore, fact-
p.m. In the Municipal Building. and Mrs. Gay: Livingston. On nesday: night at Faith Presoyterian gift a hostess set was presented edge of Crescent near Lake, result- Misting the early treatment of
It was changed from Thursday: Saturday: evening !they! attendedthe Church at 7:30: P.m. to Mrs. Ritenburgh from the tag: in the death of the pilot their Injuries and probably' saving "
evening of this week to avodd a wedding of Miss Harriet United Methodist win begin club members. their: lives."
William E. Moore, of Lake Swan
conflict with the PTA meeting. Harper to Edgar Wise, In Gain their program at 6:30: Sunday As several new members have and Dr. Christoffers. Galbaldon was commended"for
DODD-FAISON WEDDING esville. Lovorn Wins Title evening Dec. 22. at l the Church. recently Joined the club the Flying till personal plane, his superb airmanship and '
Friends and relatives of MIss On Tuesday evening. Mrs. It win be a play: new officers plan to enlarge
Galbaldon. "heedless of his
Romesa Dodd. of this city: and Gay Livingston: was operated on Of Miss Rural Electrification Eliam Baptist will present a activities of the club in thin! own (Continued_ On Next Page
John FaLson of Jacksonville at the Medical Center in Gain musical program Sunday; even area In line of civic servce.
are invited to attend their wedding esville. We certainly wish her a big al) 7:30: p.m. COMMUNITY CHURCH
on Saturday: evening Dec, speedy recovery.Mlas : Miss Elaine Lovorn. 19-year-old daughter of Capt. and! Trinity Episcopal\ Chnrdh sots The Church Women met on Melrose Webeloa belos Badge to four boys:

21, at 7:30: p.m. In Hope Baptist Carol Stephenson, Mrt. Richard T. Lovorn of Keystone Heights, to the new Miss hold a Communion Service December 9 at 7:30: p.m. with, Become Scouts Johnny and Joseph' Kelsey: ,
Church.! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lea Florida Rural Electrification winning the till'last Thursday; Christmas Day at 10 a.m. :Mrs. Leon F. MJlner in chargeof Arnold Reed and Danny Sapp.'
STUDENTS PARTICIPATEON of Lake Geneva was Don't forget the real meaning devotionals. .The president In He presented each with a Boy
Stephenson night at the annual meeting of the Florida Electric: Cooperatives CeremonyMelrose Scout Handbook and removedthe
ACADEMIC PROGRAMOn among the graduates listed for of Christmas. Take time out Mrs. Roy Turknett. introducedher I
Association. In Jacksonville. neckerchief and
Monday: evening of this FSU'a fall quarter. Carol majored from the commercial part of long-time friend Mrs.( Boy: Scout Troop 109 Webelos ,
The l1azel-eyedblon4. who was competing In her first beauty bade !Ms former charges fare-
the spirit
week.: Keystone Heights High in mathematics and data Christmas and enjoy Ralph Bowen of Jacksonville and Cub Scout Pack 109 held a "
contest, was chosen frtm 12 entrant In the pageant. She was make fora well as they crossed over the
ual also. It win
part OtherWise
well represented by "The
School was processing. She is :now visiting who gave a reading, combined meeting Monday. ,
sponsored by Clay Electric Cooperative of Keystone Heights meaningful Bridge from Cubbing to Scout-
mud more
three outstanding students on with her roommate and friendsIn Man. night, Dec 2.
Elaine will trasfer to the University of Florida. In January;, Ing in an elaborate ceremony' :
the taped sponsored by Christmas. of the successful
program Washington, D. C. A fun report The meeting stared at 7 p.m.
Channel 12 television network. We are glad to report that after completion of her sophomore year at St. Johns River Got your Christmas baking: bazaar was given and It was and !tine. first order of business complete with candles, ceremon- I
"It's Academia" Students par- Bin Few Is now at home with Junior College, She is a graduate of Keystone Height High School done? If not. don't worry fast announced that a portion of was the posting of colors by: tai Bridge and Parent Parti
ticipating Included John Harvey his family after a recent stayat where she was a cheerleader for three year She will represent pay: a visit to the Post Office the proceeds win go toward the the Boy Scouts assisted by the cipation. :
: captain, Leon Triest and St. Vincent e' Hospital, in th FECA In the Miss National Rural Electrification beauty Saturday' : and pick up some of building fund of the new sanctuary. Cubs. :
pageant In Atlantic City In March. the baked goods that will be on \Scoutmaster Art Wheeler then
Marshall Gallop. Larry: LuMin. Jacksonville. .. .. Scoutmaster Art Wheeler
local math teacher was sponsor Dr. and Mrs. C. M. goofier .sale there. The PTA of Melrose Congratulations will be in order turned the meeting over to Cub- into accepted the four new Scouts '
for the Keystone: team. of Newcastle. Pa. are visiting ginal. Elementary: School is sponsoring when Rev and Mrs.- Leon roaster Edward Thompson, who the troop and placed a Boy I'
The Keystone participantswere their eon-to-law and daughter. Leonard JonesCompletes Mrs. William ChlappJnl and a bake sal beginning.pt P. MUner celebrate thedr wedding then introduced guests and noeVTchtef on each.

W toompttltlcer: with Terry Mr. and Airs. Don Morgan, ot Mercury daughter will return to their 8:30.: Come early to get. a good anniversary: on Christmas made announcements. Attend' by The the Boy Scouts Cubs again assisted 'I
''Parker High School of Jacksonville Lake Geneva. home in Peru after a long visit selection. Day. ing the meeting as a guest was performed the
and St. Johns Day We know that :Mrs. Charles Outboard Course here with !her parents Mr. and Mr.' and Mrs... Carl Ford tasted The children of Dr. and Mrs.A. :Mrs. Glen Weaver, who will be closing ceremony with the
School. McGlave ia happy: to be at home, Mrs J. V. Slade, and other a party: in honor of toe bag C. Holt will entertain friendsof the Den Mother of a new Den Striking of the Colors.Any .

WOMAN'S CLUB with her family: and friends Leonard Jones of Leonard's friends and relatives. boys. at their store. The party' their parents on the occasion being formed In Florahome. Melrose area boys interested .
Members of the Keystone!; after (her recent confinement in Outboard Shop Keystone Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason was held at their home and was of their 60th wedding anniversary. It was announced: that each In participating in ScoutIng -
Heights Woman's Club would Bradford County: Hospital.Col. Heights has recently: completeda are spending a couple of weeks enjoyed by: the boys and their. : Sunday: Dec. 29. Dr. Holt Den was preparing a Christmas can contact Ed Thompson
like to thank all of our residents and Mrs. Jim Chesslngi MerCrulser stern drive trainIng in Welaka with their daughterand friends. who Is pastor emeritus win basket far the needy to be distributed Cubmaster! or Art Wheeler
and their guests who sup ton and Mr. and Mrs. Walter course at the Sarasota Service son-In-law, Mr. and Mrs. There will be lots of youngsters preach at the morning worship at Christmas. Mr. and !Scoutmaster.KEYSTONE.
ported their "Beef-eaters" dinner Muhlhcfer entertained friends School of Kiekhaefer Mercury Cecil Harris. carolling between now service. Mrs. Byron Courtney were com
: last Saturday: evening. Proceeds with a holiday: party: at the Keystone a division of the Brunswick Mr. and Mrs. David Hlnnant and Christmas. Sunday evening at 7:30: the mended for' the fine work they:
from this successful event Country: Club last Saturday Corporation manufacturerof and children of Mlddleburg will Members of the United Methodist Adult and Celestial Choirs win have been doing for years in
will be added to the club's : evening The: party: room MerCruiser outboard motors. spend this weekend in Melrose Sunday: School classes win present a Christmas musical. the Cub Scout movement.For .
building fund. and buffet tables were beautifully The course included installation with his parents. Mr. and Mrs.' go carolling following their They: extend a cordial Invitationto entertainment Den 4. led
Special reminder to local decorated with a Christmas tune-up work accessories, Albert Hinnant. play: and party Sunday night. everyone to attend. by: Mrs. Agnes Thompson) put
bridge enthusiasts that the Keystone : motif. Two hundred guests trouble shooting complete motor Mr and Mrs. Harold Coffmanof Many: will be out Monday: :Mrs. Paschal Carr has been on a Mississippi River boat pan.
Heights Duplicate Bridge were invited to can between the and stern drive overhaul Jacksonville visited Mr and night. The Junior Girl Scout appointed Church Secretary: and tomime. Den 3, led by: Mrs.
Club sponsored by the Woman's hours of 7 and 9 p.m. procedures. MerCrulser units Mrs. W. H. Allen Sunday. 'Troop win sing carols first and win be in the educational bund- Gene Adams, presented a pup. HEIGHTS
Club, will not meet during On Saturday evening Mr. combine four-cvclo marine engines Will Hanna of Mlcanopy: visited then have their party.: tug office Mondav through Friday pet show. Den 2, led by Mrs.
the holidays. Play: will be resumed and Mrs. Jim Wharton enter- with stern drives as Integrated Mr. and Mrs Vlrgle Rowe Members of the Episcopal : from 9 till 12 noon. She as- Ruth Courtney: presented a circus .
on Monday: evening tained friends with an Open power plants to give and family Sunday. Young Churchmen! from Mel- sumed her duties on December act and skit Den 5, led by: DIRECTORYRABY'S
Jan. 6. at 7:30: p.m. House at their :home on Lake larger boats the advantages of Christmas boxes have been rose and Hawthorne will celebrate 18. :Mrs. Betty: Duncan presentedan
ST. WILLIAM'S NEWS Brooklyn. Thirty; couples were outboard drive. The power set up in several stores In the toKetftr. They win sing PERSONALS old time minstrel show
The weekly: Friday: evening Invited to enjoy: the holiday packages range from 80 to 325 Melrose area to collect toys for carols in Melrose and Haw Mr. and Mrs. Roy: Bridges of Six awards were presented to AUTO
Bingo sessions :have been discontinued festivities. !horsepower.MELROSE. needy children for Christmas.New thorne. Then they will go< to Lake Geneva spent the past sev- the following Cubs: Bobcat pins
at St. William's until McGLAVE NAMED and used toys are neededto the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed eral dan as guest of the president to Alfonzo Duggar and Bobby: SERVICE

after the holidays.! Play will be Charles McGlave of Keystone ryyyyyyyyyyywyTYYYYVW help some child receive a Allen for a Christmas party. of the Southern PetroleumCo. Neale; Silver Arrows to Allan Complete Auto RepairsAir
resumed 10 at 7:30 Heights and gift at Christmas that might Duplicate Bridge Pace and Ricky Tittle Denner
Friday Jan : an employe of the at Canaway Gardens, Pine : ; Conditioning Repairs
p.m. DuPont Company: has been appointed otherwdse have nothing. Winners last week at the Melrose ( Mountain Ga. Bar to Mike Bass: and Assistant
TEEING OFF by Gov. Kirk to fill the Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wesley Duplicate Bridge Club Miss Marilyn Bridges Is visit Denner Bar to Stanley: Crouch. & Automatic Transmission

Local golfers Bob Hayes, Fremont unesplred term of 0. E. Wiggins spent the weekend here with were: Mrs. Roland Bryan: and ing her maternal grandmother.Mrs. The meeting was then turnec. Service
Tones and Jim Chesslng- on the Clay (Memorial Hospital their son Chester Mrs. J. P. Vose, 1st place:. :Mrs. R. W. Stuckev. and her over to Gilbert Reed, Webelos PHONE 473-4404
By Joyce Rowe Johnny Mathews. who Is Paley Boyd and (Mrs. J. W. Leader who the We. Lake Bedford
ton competed in the Hawthorne Board. Mr. Wiggins resigned aunts and uncles in Stuckey, N. presented Little
Invitational la..t weekend. for of worldng in the Bahamas, spent Strawn. 2nd place: Mrs.' W. J.
Hayes : :recently reasons ,.aAaaaaaaa.aa.aaaaaaa C. She win remain there over
the weekend with his parents Orollck and Mrs. W. T. Hudson,
the ctiamrdondhip night' health.
won the holidays, and will be Joined BEAUTY SHOP
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mathews. 3rd Mace: Mrs. C. W. Hardy
a Christmas is almost here and Mr. and Mrs.. Winslow: Fred- amid. Miss Iva Hillyer, 4th place. by: her parents for a family: .

Santa will pay a visit to Mel- rlkkson\ of Gainesville' visited There will be no Duplicate celebration KEYSTONEBEAUTY
rose Saturday: Dec 21. He will friends' and relatives here Friday BTMce the week of Christmas !Mrs. Irene Schrlener! was able BAPTIST;
arrive at the Post Office at 11 night. an* th* week of New Year. to return to the home of Mrs. SHOP

and stay: until about 12:30.: Be Wednesday.: Dec. 18 was the Have a Merry Christmas J Janet Lamm in Keystone Club First Baptist. Church Rev EDITH JOHNSON Owner
and bring little tots Life Estate to convalesce tom a recent Lawrence Carroll Sunday
sure your last meeting of the New pastor Personal and Creative Hair Styl-
to talk to him and let him know Bible Club for this year. Meetings auto accident. School, 9:49: .. mWor- ing Every: Form of Beauty
what they: want. He will also will resume with the New Cpl. John Moon, of the MarIne ship Services, 11 a. m. and Culture Tues.-Sat.& 9-5; closed
distribute candy. This fe a pro- Year, Jan. 8. NEWS NOTESBy Corns recently caned on the 7:30 p. m. Training Q QII. Mondayi
r ject of the Junior Woman's This will be the last week of Kenneth Cooper family He was 0:80 p. m. Nursery: open for
Club. 4J| school: at Melrose Elementary. Helen Egan flown back to tale States for a all services.CATHOLIC. I NURSERY
Another of their Christmas Christmas trees are being dee- leave after being ihosoltaMzed in

projects will be a Community: orated In anticipation of the Vietnam as a result of injuriesINDIAN D.C. Carnes Nursery
I Christmas tree. They: will de- Christmas parties Friday.: Parties HOMEMAKERS CLUB YVYVvyvvYvryYvvvy VYy St. William's Church: -Sunday
corate a tree near the Post Office. will begin at 1:30.: Home The Keystone Homemakers Mass 9 a. m. WednesdayMass R,". 100. Florahome 659-215
< Room Mothers will serve! the Club met on December 11 at and Novena, 7 o. m. Nursery: BtocJu. Thousands of
Be sure and pay: a vtrft to children refreshments and gifts the home of Mrs. Albert W. BEACH Plants & Fruit Trees to choose
the Post Office On display: will be exchanged Parties Dazey: on Brooklyn Lake for COMMUNITY cmmcn from Shade Trees Evergreens ftI -
.. there you will find many: beautiful will end at 2:30: and children their annual Christmas party.: (lak firsts F.) Sunday School: 9:40: a.m. I Landscape Plants In containers.
wreaths which have been will begin:! their two week holiday The home of the hostess was Byi. Hfe&Ml n. Chittx! I Morning Worship 11. Youth Fellowship I| 'CAMELLIAS AZALEAS
walk made by students of Melrose vacation. School win resume festively decorated with a silver -' A. 478-1171: (all teenagers), at 7 p. Let V* Do Your Landscaping
; tony wnen you can Elementary, under the direction January; 8. Christmas tree as the center .aaa..aaAaaaAaaa&. m.; Pascal Carr director Holy' I
of Mrs W. A. Wallace who faa Christmas programs at the of Interest. Mrs. Dazey was .A Communion, lat Sunday' in each
; write? Check with us I teachers aide at the school. Churches In the Melrose area assisted by: (Mrs. Albert Qtiallano. HOI I HO I HOI I Merry! Christmas quarter. Wednesday: night Prayer 'USED CARS

They: are fascinating and orb win begin with a musical Wed- Members provided the COT- everybody.: : Yes friends Service. 7:30.: -Rev, Leon, F."
'red dts3i treats. and neigfhbore. it's that time MUner, pastor.EPISCOPAL. Hanks Used Cars
End wafting, driving,walling around !fo pay Sixteen members and one prospective again. Christmas 68 is upon us. BIG CASH DISCOUNT

: bills "writ" your money the safe quick member, Mrs. Edwin just 5 days till ole Santa will TERMSBUY

; easy way. Open a Special Checking AccountS BROOKLYN SUPPLY HOUSE :F.gram.Hubbard.Mrs. Clarence enjoyed: Davie the pro led take his trip. All of you Santa'ball St. Anne's Church Rev. SELL TRADERT.
helpers better get on the '
William I.
Jones Vicar Holy
with us.You'll enjoy added pre lia .too.Noxiinimum Open Under New ManagementEDDIE the devotional prior to the arrival and get those. last minute details Communion. 8 a. m. every I. BOX MHwy.
balance required. of the borne extension taken care of. We wouldn't Sunday. First Sunday Holy 100 8 Mlle, S. SUrke

CARDENAS OWNERII agent Mrs. Imogen D. Rlten- want any feelings hurt because Communion\ 8 a. m. and 9:30:
burgh A report of the County: someone was forgotten. I suppose a. m. Second third and. four- CONCRETE PRODUCTS
SERVICE BANK PLYWOOD LUMBER Council Bazaar WM given by aU of you kiddies have already th Sundays Morning Prayer -
A FULL BUILDER'S HARDWARE (Mrs Dazey. Mrs. J. D. Payton mailed your letters to 9:30: a. m. Evening Prayer .INSIST. THAT ALL YOUR

COME IN GET ACQUAINTED ROOFING SHEETROCK president conducted: the business Santa, but i/ you haven't you'd eunday. '( p. m. Holy Days CONCRETE PRODUCTS
;' PLASTERING MATERIALS semlon. better send them by Air Mall will be announced. ARE THE BEST FROM
The following officer were today.
KEYSTONE STATE BANK PANELING elected and installed: President. Surely am glad that an my LUTHERAN Edwar l's Building

PAINTS INSULATION TOOLS ETC. Hazel Davis: Vice President. shopping Will done so I didn't
Keratooe Heights FL.t Divine Worship, 11 a. m. supply Inc.
Member FJU.C. HIGHWAY 21 NORTH OF KEYSTONE Helen Egan: ; SecretaryTreas: : have to get out in that weather Sunday. Holy Communion. 2nd ,

"Year Friendly Bank fa Your 1M.edb Ph. 473-4886 PROMPT DELIVERY Delegate.urer. Yvonne Mildred Dazey PutoD.PoU01r'1nC : Council. over the weekend. With an the"buss" Sunday. Service held each T2S 8. Mala 3'7144G.uNESVJLLE !&
Community. gifts that are around. there'llContinue Sunday at St. Anne's Episcopal FLA.
I luncheon ( (- On Next-Paje) Church.
were exchanged, and a special

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"Perhaps your clear con- "Automation hasn't cut out Ruby Wolfe were Tuesday Batterfield. ,yy ..www.ww.Wyw..ww ADDING MACHINES* Mmn. aiieev ....U..r. Cewnty'T.te-. I

science Is nothing more thana red'I"tape, it merely perforatedit BEACH luncheon. guests of M*. and The retiring officers President nal er electric. For sale e r. ant**.
I poor memory." Homer Bridgeman The INDIAN Kirs. Keith Cheshire en Oalnestrille. Wally: !BVwdyee, Vice President NEWS ABOUTSERVICEMEN rent. Add subtract, credit bal '
Baylis (III.) Guide. Wednesday Mrs. Smith Jim Zowarka. and Secret

and Mrs. Wolfe visited Mr. and ary-Treasurer Jed Haves. were

From Preceding Pace) :Mrs. Cason In Melrose.Mr. commended for a Job well done. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral HomeSTARKE
GAINESVILLEBusiness and :Mrs. Daryl Barrows It was announced that starting -

probably be some not so Merry aneSMr.. ( and [Mrs. Ktunbrough<< In January, aviation ground
Cbrtstmaaes. One thing for were Friday night guests of. school will be held for members A.&&& .A W PHONE 4200

I sure that rotten weather put a :Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Andersonin to help keep pace with, Doctor>> (Captain) Charles! 6,
damper on the news. Between Gainesville. Mr. and (Mrs. C. changing 'regulations, and to Wlttelm.' son of.Mr. and Mrs.Jfc KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176
DirectoryAUTO i preparing tor Christmas! and W Harris of Monticello visited keep current with the beat and A. WtEhelm of Perrlae. Pla..
trying: to stay out of the weather the Barrows. and the Klmbro- safest!; aviation practice.It has been graduated from the RENTAL SERVICES
there wasn't much news at VIM one day last week. was pointed out !dray the IT. 8. Air Force School of Aero
SALES MEN'S WEAR all. We have had two different reports ,- clubls main goals are to promote pace Medicine! primary' course Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs -Crutches
For a change, even the Chtttya this week of people steal Interest in aviation and to\ at Brooks AFB, Tex.
BRASINGTON didn't do) much last week. Ing fruit: from trees in lake'real- help promote safety In the pro Doctor Wllhelm completed

CADILLAC-QLDSMOBILE STAG 'N DRAGS Friday, Mother! Grandmother dents' yards, white they: were gress of aviation.THERESSA. eight weeks of,specialized! study

SALES SERVICE Copeland and I went to Gainesville away. While this' Is extremely tn aerospace medicine. He Is assigned
Stanley Blacker Coat. .
Fine Selection of Used Can and took Mns. Ida C. disappointing to the residents wwwwwwwwwwwww. .w..w. to Altus AFB, Okla., ae JACKSONVILLEBusiness
Arrow Drew Shirts
Taken On Cadillac Trade. Whitehead to the doctor. /Mr*. It is also: dangerous tor those S. member of the Strategic .Air
Puritan SweatersPeters friends doing the stealing. It would be
Whltehead's will be gladto Oommuut
2001 13th
N.W. Ph. 378-5301 .
Jackets hear that she ft? doing bet bad to go to Jail for snitcMng a "The doctor. a graduate of,A.
CRANE S Ladles Sportswear ter. Billy Bell of Keystone, visIted few dozen oranges but It could I. Dunont): high! school' Jack

2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITYand us a couple of days last happen. By: Dorothy Mills sonvUJe, Fla., received his II.t. Directory
LINCOLNMERCURYAuthorized GAINESVILLE MALL week. Saturday right, my: mother My congratulations to my parents nODe ,,'-UIIA \! and :M. D. d-orees from the
Sales ft Service father. and brother, Wayne, James and Crlckett Chit- University of Florida. I
2201 N. :Main- Ph. 372-4373 ty, who A uALd
will celebrate
their22nd :
attended a buffet supper and Rta wife, Carolyn la Uw
Crane ImportsVolvo shower {honoring Pat Raley and Anniversary on Christmas'. .' Hope Baptist Church daughter of J. D. Henderson Auto Sales and Service MUSIC
Marshall! Pardee who will be Eve. .i11 Sunday School, 10 a.m.: Morn, Jr of Keystone; Heights, IPJ&.
MUSTANG married on Dec 20. Well friends It looks likethat's Worship. 11 a.m.: Training
ins Paulus Music Co.
:MO Austin Healey] .
all for this week. Leeon .
George' Ellis: was home from Union 6:30: p.m.; Evening Wor Jacksonville .
606 E. University, Gainesville of Trinity Baptist Church Parrish Motors
was busy Christmas
Phone 372-4251 Mobile Homes, Inc.GalnesvWe' the Veterans Hospital In Lake this week and couldn't! shopping ship 7:15: p.m.: Wednesday and Rev. Merle Pack. Band .* String Instruments
City: over the weekend. His get Evening Prayer' Service, 7:3: $
hart pastor of Hope Church
ELECTRIC MOTORS Discount Mobile surgery, which was scheduled Maybe around !hell to get writing back his poem. p.m., with choir practice after and an friends and relatives of SALES Gibson Guitars .A AmplifiersSchool
for on ache
(Monday was postponed SERVICE
Home Sales Lot. the couple are Invited.
dula :next week. the!
till In meanwhile School
the 16th. Sunday .
NEW MOON CAPELLA Attendance at Fellowship SupperA PARTS suppUell-lnatrucUon
ELECTRIC and Mrs. Sam Butler and "Goodbye and God. bless the
Mr. the absence of
86. In
As Low $100 Down was will be
fellowship supper
Merry RecordersMusic
Christmas, from Roberts
Motor Co. 4820 N. W. 13th 378-1346 eon Charles Henry of Ormond pastor, Rev. Merle FacUham
Repair me and Leeon.: held Dee. 31 at Hope Baptist Always Good Used Cars
Beach spent Sunday with Mr. the morning
because of Illness,
Furniture Tons Window. Church. .
921 Laura St. Ph. 336-5634 Library-Expert
Of Gainesville, 'Inc. Windows Awning and Mrs. Jo Strandberg. Sunday and evening messages were' Sympathy
RepairlBg Rewinding 116 N. W. 16th 372-8191 afternoon they visited Elzy Pilot Cited brought by Rev. Pred Dodd. Funeral services were heldat Repair Department
New and Used Chapel Cemetery to put flowerson Notice Vero Beach. Saturday, Dec. BEAUTY ACADEMY .41 W. Moaroe 850-8447

2818 N. W. 18th Ph. 372-8318 SEWING MACHINES the graves, and visited Mrs.Btrandberg"s By Aero Club Attention Is called to the fol- 17, for W. T. McClellan. brother
sister, Mrs. Green Blowing changes In toe: usual
of Mrs. L. T. Chdlds. The sincere American
In Brooker. Baptist
National Sewing Mrs. Llnnle Norwood of MIami (From Proceeding] Page] Church: Training Union will sympathy of the community Is Hairstyling

Johnson & Faris, Inc. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. conduct exemplifying the highest :not meet on Dec. 22. The extended to Mrs. ChIlds and herfamily

Complete Lliif of Machine Co., Inc. L. Norwood' for a few days. ,traditions of aviation." Christmas program! will be beld In their bereavement. Academy FOR MUSICAL ADVICEC.

Mrs. T. L. Norwood and :Mrs. Id other action at the Tuesday Sunday evening, Dec. 22, beginning PERSONALS
Pfaff New Home Nelco Emllie Heath of KeystoneHeights at 7:00.: OUts will be Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Sullivan 21 W. Monroe 353-9591
Insecticides Pet 4 meeting, officers
eupplleaFERTILIZERS were
Used and RepossessedSales spent Tuuesday In following the even left Saturday to spend a while at
elected for the follows
year as
"We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders" Repairs. All Makes Jacksonville, visiting !Mrs. E. D. : President, N. L. Wood- ing services, after which the their home In Miami. Riverside =
611 W. University 378-1355 and : Mrs. Ruby Johns of Starke
doing some shop. i will caroling.
,young people go
224 N. W. 8th Ph. 372-0476 burn; Vice President T. A. afternoon visitor =
was a Saturday -
Yawn Carl There will be no Prayer Meet.fng
ping.Mrs. ; Secretary Hag-
H. T. Smith and Mrs. glund and Treasurer, Homer service on, Wednesday even- of Mr. and :Mrs. Cleveland Academy
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m -- -- ----.1l1/I..iIII..IaJ; 6 Bridal Shower Mrs. W. E. Dampier! and Mrs.Rhoda 2659 Park St. 388-8337 a

3 A bridal shower was given by Dampier visited Mr. and Modern Styling
Church on Mrs. C. T. Newsome In Jacksonville Qualified Instructors
J .he ladies of Hope
| Saturday evening. Dec. 14, at Saturday' evening. Accredited VA ApprovedDay KIMBALL "SWINGER"
t .he church educational building, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan or Night! Classes ORGANS
mmWTHE 9 or Mfss Momesa Dodd, whose ef Palatka visited his parents
Roosevelt Mall 388-8319
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan MATERNTY WEAR
J marriage to Rev. John FalsonI
and their son: Percy Jr.,
I will bd an event of Dec.. 21. A
and family Saturday.Lt. .
:large group of friends :was present -
W. E. Dampier! was in WESTERN STORE
9 and the honoree
Birmingham! Ala., this week-
I An amusingi
lovely gifts.
end for a Special Forces staff
Dodd, depicting -
e i by Miss Sylvia meeting.
Romesa'o first bornei -
+ Sunday evening visitors of LITTLE DUDE
i meal enjoyed as
cooked was
Miss Dorothy Mills were :Mrs.,
I well as games and'delicious reI -
Robert Menotte: and daughter Western Store
AT BOBBY'SHIDEA I fr hments.
sheri: Lynn of Jacksonville.
Wedding "Jacksonville's Most Complete
Mrs. Percy' Sullivan Jr. and"Rusty"
Western Clothing leather-
i The wedding of Miss Romes Shop for Mother-to-Be
: vMted Mr. and Mrs.
| Dodd and Rev. John Falson will !Saddles! and Trailers
Elmer!: Fulghum, Jr., and Mr. goods
be solemnized at Hope Baptist
and Mrs. Percy Sullivan Sr. at
I Church Saturday evening. Deo.I Charles .* Sharon Petty
Palatka. and Mr. and Mrs. MATERNALANE
I 21, at 7:30.: The ceremony win
I> be performed by ltev. Bob OrKT,1: arshaU Strickland at Flora. __U 2:Park! St. .-- 353-5013 if' ?-oJ ,S..JE4ff w..d,. .Jti-UlO
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