Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03823
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 26, 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
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:03823
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tern's status is not expecte until" February.

This Is a view of Call Street In Starke look- a busy Call Street when this photo was snapped

Inr east on SR-230:! from the railroad. It was early Saturday night Dec 2l. Concerning outcome of All other county students
the administrative (hearing held tram kindergarten through sixth

In Washington, D. C. on Nov. ttaC6! will attend community. Cage TourneyCoach
7, School Board "bOo"" r rAt
.. ,... Attorney George
.11 ,171 t:,(. !lIif.p 'if J Pierce said: "Jt'. just anybody's one time It appeared! that
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guess lolLS to when a decision it 'rnay accept the Master .
will be reached! but he --
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call off the hearing
thinks It will be In February. Uo ever a HEW official indica -

Decision was originally ex- ted in an Oct. 22 conversation _

pected asked that by the Dec.time 20 but for filling HEW lust the because plan may two be'schoolsand unacceptable Praises
Yh Its brief be extended from Dec. ttJ1 Anderson would re.Main > I "S ,

4I 10 to Dec. SO. Bradford Counr all black. '

ty's reply brief la now due Jan. Defense
t 9. _

I Heaving was held following
months of !hasseling between Sue Thomas Edging 56-55 past tough
HEW and the School Board. .h West Nassau County High

f' Bradford County contends that r team Friday then trouncing -

It& to In compliance with the Gets CustodyOf urday Fernandina night 60-45 Bradford's Sat

Civil _
Rights! Act of 1964 be
cause freedom of choice $14 Tornado cagers won the
working here and because of 2 Children Bolles Christmas Tournament

the Master Plan which the Championship.The .

Board will put Into effect be easy win over Fernan-
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Sue Thomas, who was found, dina for the tourney title, which
This manger scene Is part of the decorationthat ginning next September. hot guilty of the murder of her saw the Tornadoes' play stellar
won. first place In the Christmas contest Division. The Master Plan adopted by: 'ht ''''ancl on Nov. 15, has. been -- defensive ball, came after a
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There on Oct. 9, calls for -
judging for the Starke Nursing/ Home, 808 South were many other decorations Inside an "educational rewarded( custody of her two fine Nassau team fought a nip
the home well outside. park" and reQuires ''thIJ down to the
as as ren. and tuck contest
Colley Road, In the Business and Civic Building
that beginning In theschool
Cider was Issued by Ciroult
Santa Visits Kindergarten wire Friday.
year 1969.70 all county Wft' Judge James Adkins, Jr., Mark Graudons blocked a

students in grades seven r>Thursday, Dec. 19, nine days shot by Nassau's Warren Jennings -
through Junior college attend "Iter the five-hour 'bearing the buzzer sounded topreserve
Kindergartener Sheila Wynn seems to be stealing the scene as
...., school in the educational parK
,, t which now contains Bradford from Eddie McGee, Randy Grlffls. and Ricky Grlffls, for u spot the win and put
w .)o1ra. Thomas petitioned the Tornadoes into the finals.
-.Hlgh"BahooI the. ..... on Sanla'* lap during IIIN visit to
Vo-Tech the children's
Christmas "
ter end. the *Middle School. court for custody of,> Donald,"'11 ty"at Southslde Elementary Friday ."- ... par. '. .'..*,. ._,';That was worth 20 points.
and Stephanie, 7, on \Nov. 20. afternoon. Coach Mike Sexton told Orau-

Kaioed ae defendants In the action don after the game, praisingthe
Flu were D. B. and Elsie( ) Tho- defensive maneuver Sex
'Bug'Is nWQ, Paternal grandparents of Jailer's Wife Stops ton's five played superior defense
the children. throughout the tournament
I Junior Tim Murphey held
Moderate Ill the order, Judge (Adklns Fernandina's Larry Robinson,
stated: "the court finds: 1. Attempted Break OutThe who had been averaging 22

Timt even though Sue :Thomas points!, to a mere five In the
In BradfordThe !was Involved in the championship game while score
tragic death of the father sound of sawing was detected over the.noise ofa ing a big eight points himself.

_ 3 she' has been >a devoted mother TV as Mrs. Julian Green, wife of ''the county jailer, Friday night, ihowever, the

-: flu bug is here but so fj V was sitting in the couple's apartment directly below the Tornadoes led by three, 14-11,
u !'w u0i, there (has only been a "mode, and desires that the present cells in the Bradford jail and it spelled the downfall ofa after the first period But a cold
ate Increase" In the number 0{ Jove companionship among break. second period when they scored
'''upper respiratory Infections, aC* the children and the Respond jail seven points, left them down

: cording( to Dr. A. Y. Covlngtofl, ents, the paternal grandparents, Sheriff Robert Green appeared 24-23 at the half.
5 continue. Deputy The Thornton woman
.. ue, ( health director for Bradford/! Both teams scored 17 the
.. ," ..,\\1; ',',' ... .. i ;r .. Union and Clay. Counties. happened to be at the jail at Thursday before Judge Yawnon third period as West Nassau
the time, between 9 and 9:30: of introducing con
2. That Sue Thomas charges
He said there is no way t tp<> clung to Its slim margin. The
tell whether this will sut\ fa a. fit and proper person to p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 17, lIe was traband Into a jail She waived through with
for Instance, training pyrocantha to grow ngalnit' area summoned by Mrs. Green and hearing and was Tornadoes came
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Moore, Parker Street ter a flu epidemic: but does pre have custody of the children a 18 big points in the fourth per.
her house so the red berries would be Christmasdecorations fitien the Court ordered that both then listened to the saw bound over to Circuit Court
.residents, won first place for a seasonal themein diet Chat' it will get worse tA iod when Charles Blye scored
the annual Christmas decorations contest. (Editor's Note: the Moore home I* fore It gets better.As the custody and control of the Ing going on above. returned with bond set at 2500. She Is eight of his 16 points and Tim
When Jailer Green held in the county Jail.
Kirs. Moore gets credit Tor all the hard work much prettier through/ the eye than In the pho for Hong Kong flu, Dt\ children be returned to Sue Tho. from night classes at the vo- being Murphey. with more great defensive
to.) Covington said that Is probable plays, stole the ball
teas and that D. B. and Elsie tech center he and Deputy
a little of that along with othe tHomas deliver the children tot Green went to the No. 3 cell twice and made lay ups.

<> her custody. and found a !hack saw blade Sales Tak Foul trouble saw the Tornadoes
of flu. Most of those 48-53.
Christmas Decoration cases wfltj (hidden In the clothing of FrancU down five point
have flu "are not too sick" anti 1'1le Nov. 20 petition stated Bryant, 19. It had been with a minute and 14 seconds

the Infection runs Its course hj tb&.t D. B, and Elsie Thomas smuggled into the Jail by Bry Shows Big 1 lft in the game.

two or three days, the doctll\ tooK custody of the children ant's girl friend, Mary Ann But the tired Tornadoes

said.As "on or about (March 14," the Thornton, 20, according to theSheriff's Jump HereThe scrapped all the harder.
to treatment, the health Murphey made 'him first ,teal.
director suggested the usual nlelnt C. W. (Thomas died and Office. doing it cleanly all-alone on
Winners him
Are Selectedwinners "We almost caught In
things plenty of liquids bed; placed.tint "said In minor respondents! children were the act" Jailer. Green said. The four per cent state sales the court with the West Nassau
rest and the usual care of audit custody by Just simply timing It right
two officers found the partially and use tax collected In Bradford -
on a temporary basis "
things headaches \. only. the dribble. He
as and gel.sral and taking over
of the annual Christmas lIglous Theme division was sawed bar and the results of County this past Novemberrose
!! aches and padnS. then outraced the Nassau playerdown
decorations contest judged Mrs. 'Smith Devoe, 540 West The petition further stated the sawing. 62.56 per cent above that court for the first lay-up.
Wednesday night by members Adklns Street, for house decor "'.f11 at the children are now being Bryant is being held on charges collected in November 1967goIng down 5053.
of the Keystone Garden Club You should call your physU held by the respondents of breaking and entering and up from $21,098 to $34,299. That left BUS ball down
3f the Lakes are: ations. Second place went to an If you have a severe car \ despite the fact that the petit- grand larceny in the Dec. 1 That however, was below the Nassau brought the ahead
Mrs. Robert Bethea, 1105 West ) suffer any complicationS, loiter baa demanded the return burglary of an apartment at 75 per cent Increase shown again, still three points
First place winner In the Re- )r. Covington said.Hunting. with less than a minute ,
Madison Street, for a decorateddoor. \ of her children the Bradford Furniture Corp. on statewide oveNovember a year promptly stole It
and Murphey
US-301 north of Starke. Bryant
ago.Bradford's time the steal came
again. This
waived a preliminary hearing November 1968
The CommunityState First place for a Seasonal : ; Friday Dec. 20, and was bound take was also very slightly, $272 close to the Tornado basketafew

Dank of Starke Theme went to Mrs. Jimmy i With Light over to circuit court on that to be exact, below the $34,273- steps; and Murphey had Thosewere his
68 second straight lay-up.
Moore, Parker Street for house 19 charge. He had pleaded not collected In October 1968 five
decorations. Second place wentto guilty to the charge last Dec. 9. Clay County had a whopping four of Murphey's
The Florida Mrs. Jerry Rosa of Pine. He h now being held on a 132 per cent Increase over Nov points for the night but none

breeze Subdivision. second charge of attempting to ember 1967, jumping from $30- were more Important.
Bank at Starke Draws Pine LectureWilliam escape from jail. Bond for the 361 to $70,408 this past Novem That left BUS down Just 5253. -

Starke Nursing Home took attempted jail break was set at ber. But a foul was called on
and first place among businessesand $1,500 Thursday by County Murphey as 'he fought for the

civic buildings to enter the Eddie Cruse Was fined $50 by Judge T. A. Judge T. A. Yawn. Bond on the Union County recorded a 57.23 hall with time running out and

First Federal Savingsand contest Southern Discount 116 Yawn in County Court Thursday, Dec. 19, after plead B&E and grand larceny Is per cent Increase, going up Nassau's: Louis Hodges .sank
N. Walnut St., was second. ing guilty to charges of ''/ire'' hunting, or hunting wit $5,000. from $3,833 .In November 1967 two charity shots putting W.

Loan Association 'Judges were Mrs. Albert E. + a light at night.Charges to $6,030 this! past November.In Nassau, three points ahead
Bachmann Mrs. L. C. Stripling, Again. again!, at 5532.
a report Issued by the office
and Mrs. Emory Cooper. to three days In Jail and his license Christmas Dinner' The Tornadoes brought the
WILL BE CLOSED it's time of ft of State Comptroller FredO.
of possession #
for 30 ball down quickly with half a
Winners will be awarded prlz- was suspended .
: DCT ClubThe (Bud) Dickinson, state collections
to Illegal hunting device on Deg Held By .
say, minute remaining. Mark Grau-
CHRISTMAS DAY ers from the Bradford Improvement days. for November 1968
"Loy 18 were also heard against tV Florida don missed from the corner,
Program which cosponsored -, to an The arresting ,
Bradford High School amounted to $42.7 million, up
juveniles but the judge dlsrrOV
Wednesday, Dec. 25 Patrolman Carson but Charles Blye, who hauledin
the event with the Starke lrhwaY
and fo Its annual $18.4 million over collections
an, ed the cases when the arresting\ Turlington, testified that Tucker DCT Club held 23 rebounds each night
Garden Club.
HAPPY officer, James C. Hubner fat' Christmas dinner at the Garden made during the same mont ayear
The judges also noticed many had been clocked at 90 mph on brought the ball down when it
ed to appear in Plea Day PVceedlngs Restaurant Friday, Dec. 20. ago.Calendar
looked impossible. He was to
This Space Contributed attractive homes that could HOLIDAY Sft-ioo on Nov. 25.
not be considered for judging! Thursday.Judge During/ the plea proceedings, Club President Lamar Nor- tho side and out of position
Weekly to Publicize Yawn said the pracbM! pleaded innocent year collections so but kept tipping the ball up. a
four defendants
because they bad not been entered I man presented gifts to the two
Community of fire hunting Is wldespre* total $421.9 million
Events state favorite trick he taller
by with the Chamber of and their cases were transferred DCT Instructors. :Mr. Bill Cos- uses on
in other counties and that jilt, wide with $286.2 million collect nt When he
Commerce. The judges were to the trial docket. tello received a wrist watch andMr. oppon !! finally got
The CommunityState Impressed with the city water sentences are being meted 4IVt The defendants and charges wendall Kelly a set of 1967.ed over the same period In It Blye was almost pushed out
to curb that form of J.Ueif l
Bank tank and the street decorations Were as follows: Carl Lawrence sterling silver cuff links and of bounds.
hunting. The here *ul
court right-of-) Byle regained his balance,
erected by city crews In the to'lnl. failure to yield tie clasp.
Accounts Now Insured business district. take similar action if violation! way:. Ernest Newton Reese, driving Gasoline tax collection In November then shoveled the ball left

Up to $15,000 by Prizes for the contest maybe ao continue In Bradford CountyA \ while intoxicated: JamesLmar Newest member of the DCT 1968 totaled $13.3 million handed Into the basket from almost
received at the Chamber of man convicted on charitA' Fuqua, failure to have training program la Miss Glen- statewide $1.9 million or behind It and BHS was
F. P. I. C. Commerce. of excealve, speeding, Lol'fl\ Vehicle (under control and Floyd da Sue Alvarez who Is employ 14.2 per cent greater than November

."" Wilburn Tucker, was eentenee4 Jackson, assault and battery. ed by Attorney Gene Shaw. 1967. [Continued On Page Five

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Death>< Ratc Up, Birth>t Rate bJiP&Ms! BRADFORD t ]$

I Falling in State For Year Health Department Warns Of Frauds l !I, Lma PECANS I A .i.r. I

Florida residents witnessed babies In the first nine months have been receivedof Health Department officials do such work, !It is advlaed that Shelled
more funerals and had fewerNAZCY'B of 1968 as the state's death Reports homeowners In nearby counties ,noted an example of this activity the health department be con
rate continued to rise and the occurred In ,
nav tor
being bit by "flybynight"septic sulted before contracting 1 AND
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birth rate continued to fall, according recently with three men driving stated.
tank pumpers wbo operate the work they
to the State Board of Illegally and fleece householders a light blue, late model Dodge Officials observed that each
Health. truck with North Carolina license UnshelledWHOLESALE AI

by charging large sumsfor year in this area resldenb'Yall"for ,
During the nine months ending their services, the Columbia tag no. 17061E. the old roof painting and RETAIL' '.:
September there were 50,431 County Health Department The three men claimed they septic tank cleaning trick' and, W -
deaths a rate of 11.1 1,000 worked for the State Board of
J1 per
w ro stated Thursday. in the process, lose large amounts '
population, as compared with Health and charged a homeowner of money.Unfortun.tely .
46,969 and a rate of 10.3 for the ral arteriosclerosis(hardening $240 to clean a 750-gallon Stress PECAHS CRACKED 't
same period of 1967.Influenzapneumonia. of the arteries)and diabetes all septic tank.Officials. such cases are
the showed higher rates for the cur- often not reported to authorities s't
fifth-ranked cause of death had rent nine-month period. The continued that Columbia due to embarrassment! by the 5C t
the 38.9 largest Increase in rate, only major causes of death' County has two licensed homeowner over having been Service t sGoddfn9
per 100,000 population for showing declines were diseasesof septic tank companies residing "taken. they added.
January-September, as com- early infancy and cirrhosis In the county limits which are Health authorities stated they NEW YEAR'S
/, \ pared with 30.0 for a like- & Clark NOW TILL
of the liver capable of doing the work and would particularly like to local
f t
) period of 1967. Heart Disease The birth rate continued to who do so with the knowledge of. the illegal septic tank Motors t
cancer, cerebral vascular disease the local Health Department. pumpers as they often unload 1012 SOUTH M.I.M.Cainetvilt Starke State formers Mkt. ,
(stroke), accidents, gene- If any county resident is approached their trucks along roadsides > .
: fall for the nine-month periodbut by anyone' with out and on private property without 0,.. .*S I
J-b SERVICE SCHEDULE at a lower rate than in of state license tags offering to securing the owners' consent. 7ta3 pm t U.S. 301:: NORTH ,

LhristlJJ CATHOLIC CHURCHES 1967. There were 73,548 births ..... .... ____ ___ ..... -.:o.M'.
) lS or a rate of 16.1 per 1,000 -
ST. EDWARD'S Starke: ,ipopulatlon, in this period, as --- _.-..
Warm arid, Sincere Sunday Mass 9:15 a, m. compared with 73,802 and a
I Thursday Mast 6:30 p. m. :rate of 16.6 for a similar perIod -
holiday greetings. Miraculous Medal Novena ,' of 1967. Both the white and
Saturday 7 p. m. nonwhlte groups continued to
1968 Confessions. :5 p. m., 7 p, m. contribute to the steady drop in \
ST. WILLIAM'S ,rates which have been in effect. i'h
Keystone Heights; !in Florida since. 1956. ;i
FROM ALL OF US Sunday Mass, 9 a. m. :
Wednesday Mas! and Novena Florida's birth rate falling
tfANCY AND GEORGE fr p.y m. faster than that of the nation. T ;:
ROBERTS ST. MARY'S Macrlrnny: This Is due, at least in part, HE DIRECTORS AND STAFF.. QF THE ;
Sunday .Mass, 11JO: a,.ni., to the growing proportion of
JEAN PLUMMER 'Florida's population which is

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COUNTY Published TOE BRADFORD every TELEGRAPH Thursdayt 5'loriJa Bank .Ai Starke, :

133 W. Call at..
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Starke. Fla. 82091
Second class postage paid 1 SEND BEST WISHES TO YOU AND YOURS
at Starke, Fla.
Subscription Rates:
In trade area: $4.5C per FOR A ,
year: $250 six/ months.
Outside trade area: $300 I
SHQWTIME Pr year; $2.75 six months -
Weekdays 7 P. M. E. L. Matthews, editor and 4i

Saturday Sunday 3 1 P.P.M.M. publisher JOYOUS CHRISTMAS! : i :;;

Mon. Tues. Dec. 23, 24 J




c 1 1968 :, Happy Prosperous ';;

Again ;[
lOVElY ;IjUlRYToDIE 7 :00 P. M. the season 1969
of Great |joy
ADMISSIONdults : and happiness. j
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"- 75c; ; Students 60c Sincere holnljy m, t 1 1i
wishes to all.
A,UNIVERSAL PICTURE JECHfi Children Under 12 Free

Wed.. Thurs. Wed., Thurs. Dec. 25, 26 ..WOODBURN'SGEM ,
Dec. 25, 26 Double Feature Program

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aY ANNANm Christmas make
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YORK' 3S3&TECHNICOIOR ,]' I holiday the happiest.PRIEST'S .

Fri., Sat. ProgramFri... Sat. DeG 27 28
Double Feature
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n. The Taper Lion' AMERICA'S 1 HERO! GULF ,'.l,1.,".. .__ ti >r rw', "'
f ?.. U, is about to Service & Sundries j.,... .. ... .,,
*- get creamed! Lawtey, Fla.

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SHIRLEY M. BAGWELL, Exchange Teller M

d a. n G. MARVIN BROWN, Loan Teller

: HELEN B. CROSBY, Drive-in Teller
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}'j S. G. DENMARK Director
HELEN E. GLASGOW Assistant Cashier
: f. GLENDA J. GREEN BookkeeperC.

-PLUS- E. HERNW ALl... Director


RUTH S. JOHNS, Assistant Cashier
., u', MARCIA G. LEE Stenographer

( f. LOVESTA M. MACY Proof Operator
., Sun., Mon., Tues. tll lJlll>S
December 29, 30. 31 Bookkeeper
L. C. McCUTCHEN, CustodianS.

=; ]@[] J 1 I L. PEEK, JR., President and Chairman M

; ERNEST J. SNEAD, Vice-President and Director
(QcdW) ] JM
:. >.o J. E. TOMLINSON, Cashier
/ fa PATSY C. WADDELL BookkeeperBRIG.


[ BETH S. WATERS, Bookkeeper
: Sun.. MOIL, Tues. :. It
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Double Feature Program AIJy 'Oil''olid..i) it.iion ki .
Awr/ut., NdVhWpuna" firf0 etfrf lotting unhhoun
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I CJkf(;; pending Hazel Rltch.l the holidays with Mrs. OLD FASHIONED

: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goldwire
spend and family of Toledo. Ohdo are I
par holiday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. 1SHES a I II
Boo t* Gilbert Goldwire.! : H HT II
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hansen' I
. : <,. .", ,",,('..'?, Eva.Mae Harris ( : -- left Friday' to spend the h ll- I I
', Of Mr. Griff. In ts of days with Mr. and Mrs. !Morris
,, .... Hansen In Elroy. Wte. I

4 Miss Eva Mae Harris, daughter 'was> Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Spenglerand ,
:Both : CoK Mr. and Mrs R. L. Speng
of Mr, and :Mrs, Truman .
Orlffls. mums. ler of St. Aueuatine are holiday
Harris, and Charlie Robert -
eon of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Miss the guests of Major and Mrs. V. J.
:flower Spengler and family.Mr. .
united in marriage
tariff a. :were
and 'errs .T. B. ,
Thursday Dec. 12 tat 7 p. m. in spend Godwin
the Pine Valey Congregational ther week and dangMer.' Cheryl' of Avon
Luke length : Ward Park and< Cp , Holiness Church. Rev. I. V.
, performed the nuptials. over City. Wpflt Pint are visiting Mrs. ,
. Decorating the altar were bas- ket : Eve Baldwin and Mr. and Mrs.
kets of .white gladioli, pompoms Her : Robbie Shatter this week.
and greenery Against ta back- .A peail J. W. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby L. Tay
. ground of palms and branched a lor and family are spending II4; .. ., r
candelabra poms Christmas dav with Mr. and -+ ?
Mine Loretta (Fox played nuptial chid.A. { Mrs.' W. W. Taylor in Taylor,
music ( par- Fla.Mr. May you find new friends and keep
Edward Harris attended AS church Slade. and Mrs. Floyd Smith of your old ones; walk in health
best man and the ushers were greeted!' Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Our very best wishes to and live in sunshine; and find the
Raymond Griffls and StanleyMiller. Anne : and George Sheppard and daughterof our friends for the brightest door to happiness and
Ellen open
Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs.
;Mrs. Gwen Griffls attended! as ceiving W. E. Starling and daughtersof and merriest holiday lasting contentment.
matron on boner wearing a groom, !. : Is Graham will be out-of-town> season ever.
and of Mrs. E. A. Winkler
white lace gown over blue taf guests
feta. A blue nylon net veil :was The Ernest on Christmas day. EDWARDS GROCERY & MARKETJack
: Martha Bollinger, secured by a taffeta bow. She 'with a this Mr. and Mrs. John Kopelou- UNITED FARM
[ Basketball Maid carried a nosegay of white pom tered sos and daughters of Birmingham & Gladys EdwardsU.S.
poms. cake Ala. arrive Thursday for
groom. of a weeks visit with their parents 301 South
Miss Pat Harris,a bridesmaid,
Mias Martha Bolllnger, daughter
ton Bill Mr. and :Mrs. J. R. Walnwright Starke Fla.
was attired in a pink !taffeta
of Dr. and 'Mrs. H. O. Boll-
1nK'IJI and Mr. and Mrs. George KopeJouoos. -
sleeveless gown. Her pink net
Inger, of Starke, was selected by: The .
veil was secured with a taffeta )
her fellow students at WilliamCarey
College In Hattlesburg, bow. Miss Jaate: GrifiHs. .a 2. and Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williams _, ,fIIMQM"OIO... Mru!'
is > < -- q------ -----
em.; f Lake : of Starke, Mr. and Mrs.
bridesmaid wore MIss. Basketball Maid for
the 1968 as Homecoming Court. net gown over taffeta. Her veil Tete of Dick Slefferman of Petersburg
Va.'and Mr and Mrs. P. A.
Miss Solllnger was presented and Parrish of Atlanta, Ga. are
during the half-time ceremonies Miss Register' Va. (holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs.L. .
at the Homecoming game. of A. Taylor .11'. In Jackson-
She Is a 1966 graduate of Bradford EntertainedAt
are ville. _
High School.Contract Lovely Tea and Left off the list of those attending -
s ( the annual Lion's Club
Bridge Miss Betty Ann Register am Christmas party. last week were
'bride-elect of Dec. 27, was com. son Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zlpperer
Classes PlannedThe pllmented Sunday. afternoon at a Den and Mrs. Mitchell Evans. .
tea given by Mrs. R. A. CoLson, In
Attending the Shrine. Initiation .
Starke Recreation Department Mrs. O. W. White Jr., Mrs. Paul
will provide an opportunityfor Hutchlns and Mrs. Robert at the Morocco Temple in
( any interested adult to learn Barksdale at the home of the Orlder Jacksonville Thursday night
the game of contract bridge. latter on W. Madison;; Street Mr. were W. H.Nollman. Gene Long
Classes will begin .Tuesday,Jan. Yuletide arrangements were and J. L. Gentry Gib Brown Frank
Merle Williams, Buddy Garner and
7, 7:30: to 9:30: p.m. at the Recreation used in the party rooms. The -
Beach Fritz Kramer and candidates Dr.
Center, located on W. tea table was covered with a
A. J. Berry Judge T A. Yawn
Pratt Street, under the water white organdy cloth and cen-
and Ned Slngletary.
tower. Classes will meet each tered :with a Christmas ''arrange
Mr and Mrs W. H. Nollman
Tuesday evening for .10 lessons ment.
of two hours each. The hostesses presented the were Thursday overnight guests,
John Muesollne will be the Instructor honoree with a piece of her J. of their son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. 'rand Mrs.Crosby H. Dawklns.in ,
for the class and we Invite chosen china pattern=. AS a mem-
'all adults to participate. No ento of the occasion. Jacksonville
Mr. and Mrs. Lester
fees will be charged. Seventy guests /were Invited to vis Warren
and family of Atlanta are holiday -
call between ,the *-nrs three Keith
and four-th1ty: guests with Mr and Mrs.
Mrs. Green HostessTo Pat Thornton. ,

Circle, Two Local Firms ( 7
Entertain StaffsAt of z
Members of the Circle two, Rae:
WSCS were entertained: at a Yule Parties !
luncheon Friday by the circle the
leader, Mrs. L. J. Green, at her Personnel of the CommunityState TOMLINSON't
home on Raiford Road.A Bank of Starke. !held ,their '
lighted Christmas. tree And annual Christmas dinner dance ber -,
other holiday decorations were Saturday night at the Enlisted
used In the party rooms. After Men's Club at Camp Blanding. .
lunch a social hour was en- Officers, directors, employees, at __. ,.,.....
Joyed with Mrs. Green giving .husbands and their /wives attended and
several Christmas 1'e1l.<1lngs. this delightful affair.
She presented each member witha ---
gift. The Alhambra Dinner-Theatre was
'Rev and Mrs. DeWitt T. Far- In Jacksonville the setting party .
abee were guests at the lunch- for the annual Christmas dinner den .
eon. party held by employees .and '

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ffl, a. A? C") : fashioned Christmas, filled with tZf

; joy and good cheer

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Roast Young Turkey and Dressing

: Baked Ham

Greetings To All Our Friends And
Asparagus Green Peas

ers And Our Sincere Thanks
Selection of Seven Salads
Us Serve You. Happy Holiday Association
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Funeral Services

NtVCSPApSR c AND r, S For Mrs. StarlingSet

1i'tS =f"lasH yOtJOUR REA1>ERS For MondayMrs. C1irigvirn!

s-r.1 Daisy Starling, 72. of
(f IST ASr Route 2. Starke, died SaturdayIn
111' ,nrl'd: .mun '{ R.V RRY Bradford County Hospital.She .

<-: A Il.IAPPV. ....,..eL..l.fi YE JIC"'fi Benjamin was the J. Starling.Surviving widow of. the! late Greetings

't:1l!: ., ;," AeJ ,, are four da ui'hter.t.Mrs. ,
.. Mrs. Kua-
..::} ... "' "., Ice Gunter, Starke; Mrs. Ardella -
',; Gossee, of Michigan; and |
( Mrs. Vera Nugent, Syracuse to AH-
+ N. Y.; two sons Johnne starl- .
ing, Jesup. Ga.; and Benjamin
Starling. Jr., Sanford; a sister,
Mrs. Maggie Gunter. Starke; I 196
38 grandchildren, and 13 great
Funeral services will be held
at 2 p.m. Monday In Jones Me-
morial Chapel with burial In
Crosby Lake Cemetery. Arrangements
4 are In charge of
Qj DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home.

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W.--r: 6-bW.... GREETINGSFROM We hope you'reon

the wayto

In these last few days before Francis Assisi was ,Christlikein a happy,
Christmas it seems unfitting to his saintliness, but in Home holiday.
be preoccupied with the more sordid things he was childish.
aspects of our civilization thatso Thomas A. Kempis' Imitation of J i I
This is
often occupy the mind and de- Christ is: a thing of rare beauty our way of letting .c IF LOR IDA :
mand attention of editorial writ- and sympathy, but it is, as its:: everyone know that we wish
ers such things as the war in name indicates only an imitation.Sir them the merriest holidays CRAWFORD'STenneco OF OMAHA EST
Vietnam crime in the streets Thomas Moore's Utopia is ever, and hope that the Service
juvenile delinquency and yet a dream that cannot be real sparkle of their happiness AGENT 'fOHTROL.
the problems of government and ized.Lord will last the year round. Rudy Crawford Nathan L. Modling ,
politics, both state and national Bacon, writing on chemistry o "r '-,$ CHEMKAl CO.
to name a few. and medicine, under the Phone 964-7405 r'"
Such problems were with us: glasses of the man working in u

yesterday are with us today twentieth century laboratory, is I
and will be with us tomorrow.For puerile.
this one week of the year, let The world's most learned doc-
us forget these matters and give tors, until a hundred and fifty ode

our undivided attention to the years ago, gave dragon's blood and

man whose birthday we celebrateon ground tails of lizards and shells:: on cgs C,0'
..- {
December 25. of eggs for certain ailments. The e"C'1 .\.I\.at CgyP C'o ,sr
The following paragraphs were great surgeons of a hundred years } !
published in the Memphis Com- ago bled a man if he were wounded. lJ. Gwrdde

mercial-Appeal on December 12, 'ce o4
1912 and were at once recognized Napoleon had the world at his. CI'c1elt e
as one of the enduring editorials feet for many years, but when he! JvI"OI'c/ at ," et ,eEEteabebri

1 of all time. They have been reprinted died the world was going on its jo. .. fat 4\o Ca
innumerable times since way as if he had never lived. Sn awe it""e
their first publication and are Jesus taught little as to prop- C' : Slack Cr kd0ady8
just as true today as they were erty because He knew there were 6
then. things of more importance than
property. He taught much as to I

There is no other character in character, because character is of OtJ, G e
history like that of Jesus. more importance than dollars. *
As a preacher, as a doer of Other men taught us to develop
things and as a philosopher, no systems of government. Jesus .d
man ever had the sweep and vis- taught so as to perfect the mindsof )e ( "-th. .
..ae .
The news is out.
ion of Jesus. men. Jesus looked to the soul
A human analysis of the human while other men dwelled on ma- I1C'e season is Merry,
actions of Jesus brings to view u terial things.

rule of life that is amazing in its After this experience of 2,000 merry Christmas is with us once

perfect detail. years, no man can find a flaw in S 4
The system of ethics that Jesus the governmental system as out- 0Co1vYs 1'\\\ again. We wish you and your C lcl4//

taught during His earthly so- lined by Jesus. Czar and kaiser, .
journ nearly 2,000 years ago was president and socialist give to its U Arid family a generous share of/ 'espondt'

true then has been true in every complete merit their admiration.No 1\ all its '
century since, and will be true man today, no matter many blessings.

forever. whether he follows the doctrineof
Plato wall a great thinker and Mills, Marx, or George as to ?k' '
learned in his age but his teach- property, can find a false principlein \
ings did not stand the ,test of Jesus' theory of property.In .

time. In big things and little the duty of a man to his fel-
times and human experience ,,
low, no sociologist has ever ap-
he erred. J.fegraph
have shown that r -
proximated th; perfection of the
Marcus Aurelius touched the doctrine laid down by Jesus in His
reflective mind of the world, but Sermon on the Mount.
he was cold and austere as brown Not all the investigations of % tr"V

marble. chemists not all the discoveries of Til
The doctrine of Confucius gavea explorers, not all the experiencesof /
great moral and mental dry rot. rulers not all of the historical -
The teachings of Buddah resulted -
facts that go to make up the sum
in mental and moral chaos
of. human knowledge today are in
and makes India derelict today. utteredor /17, I
contradiction to one word
Mohammed offered a system of I
one principle laid down by
ethics which was adopted by mil- Jesus. On this, The Telegraph's 89th
Christmas in
lions of people. Now their children Starke
live in deserts where once The human experience of 2,000 t we pause to extend greetings and best wishes to our read /
that Jesus
were cities, along dry rivers years show never and '
--- greetings that
uttered are just
mistake. Jesus never a as hearty
there moisture
where ,
once was \
and in the shadows of gray, bar- doctrine that was true at that and sincere as those extended on our first Christmas in '
time and then became obsolete.
ren hills where once there was _
greenness. Jesus spoke the truth, He lived 11
Thomas the truth, and truth eternal.
Aquinas was a pro-
History has no record of any
found ;
philosopher, but parts of his
system have been abandoned. other man leading a perfect life or As we enter upon our 90th year of continuous publication ''
doing everything in logical order. we would like to
I express for the
Jesus is the only person whose
The Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH every action and whose every utterance four generations of readers and advertisers who have

strike a true note in the made it possible for; The Telegraph to take its place
, heart and mind of every man
the oldest
among of continuous
\ newspapers publication
ESTABLISHED 187 born of woman. He never said a
f foolish thing, never did a foolish in the nation. We will endeavor to show our apprecia.. %.

act and never dissembled.No f, tion by bringing you an even better newspaper in 1 969 '
aMeeaFLORI poet, no A ESSASSO osopher loved humanity with the
love that Jesus bore toward all

TON men.Who, then was Jesus? ; BRADFORD
He could not have been merelya E CO -l
man, for there never was a man
who had two consecutive thoughts
. E. L. MATTHEWS EdUor-Pobll..
absolute in truthful perfection.
FabtUhed .ea Thursday and entered as Second
'. CUM Matter .t the Poet Office .( Start, FldrfaU Jesus must have been what 4rrapI
Christendom proclaims Him to be
under Act of March 3rd. 137.
a divine being or He could
.I' 8l1bserlptlt.l U Irad areas I ye.... 4M; OuUlde not have left behind those things
trade area: 1 year '&.M. which Jesus gave the world as a .




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: DEC. M. 10..

f HS Wins Cage Tourneydown

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one point again _
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Still scrapping to back the Tornadoes battled' -.I--.It
get the ball -
when W Nassau attempted to SALE

bring the ban in. Reggie Page

taIl Nassau center who scored Large Selection to Choose .
IS points fouled Blye. t

The BH3 center. who was 0 w'a'E From. All Prices Slashed.
given the honor of accepting
the championship trophy Saturday ,
night went to the line! on '66 PONTIAC
a one-and-one with :Ma team {
Catalina Station' Wagon, full
power with factory
down one point and 14
air, ,
i conditioning. What a boauhful cor and a
the clock. He tensely sank trcmcndaui bur, only
the first tieing the game at
55-55 relaxed a little then $1995
a Plopped the second through the .

net to (give Bradford a 56-53 r

r S lead.To preserve' time Nassau '66 GTO ..... '63 COMET

C4 Hardtop, 4-iptxi, positive-trection. Really harp.
the ball onto the court
2 door, radio, hiaUr, automatic transmission nice
because the clock doesn't startunt.ll Y $2895c car. Goad transportation for thai second car, lust
the man Inside the court rf
touches the ball The BHS defense q r. r. $895

kept Its position and "
We hope that '
waited. The ball went to Nasnau's '65 BONNEVILLE -
:::1C this will be Jennings again. He drj!).
t tr:=: a real family 'Wed to the right side and went) 4-Doo, hardtop, full power and air conditioned '66 BUICK
JC Christmas for This ana ,ii a root biauty, see it today.
up.But Electro 4 door hardtop, loaded, 'factory air conditioning
all. Craudon blocked the shot $1895 I vinyl' top, thus ,ii really a good buy priced
t c: solidly. the sound clearly audi lust\Nor you.

1:::::: ble throughout the Bolles gym ..

1968Branding as the final buzzer eouncled. :::>> $2595

Oraudons 64
and Blye both hit 16 MG

points against West Nassau to
Midget convertible. Crime forte,
IronRESTAURANT lead the Tornadoes offensively. An aggressive McKnight drives on a Fernandina defender drive it and buy I it today ono you low apart price of only '64 VOLKSWAGEN

Adraln Brown had 10 points whose efforts didn't slow the Tornado wing man In BIIS's 60-4S .
and David McKnight 9. $1 095 Sedan, this ti In excellent condition, don't miss
Although the Tornadoes were championship game win in the Bolles Christmas Tournament. out on this deal, great transportation,

Felix & Betty Sullivanmerry cod) from the floor hitting only McKnight went on It for his shot __ I I $795
23 of 66 field goal attempts for /-

36 per cent they had four more defensive effort. '66 FORD -

field goals than Nassau's 13. Blye had 14 points and Brown 4-Door tedon, V8, automatic tranimliiion' radio LII.II
But 14 fouls) were called on 13. Murphey and Oraudons had 2 heater, power steering, air conditioned., Real iharp. '65 GTO
BHS and Nassau made 17 of 21 8 each and McKnight 6. I1r
attempts good. The Tornadoes $1495 .. Z door hardtop, radio, heater, while, wall/ fires. V8
Tornadoes also worked the ..., III
engine. Sport around turn this for
hit 8 for 11 free throws but just fast-break on Fernandina several in one only

didn't. get enough of them as times in the third period -""- 0 $.3595

only eight fouls were called on with Brown getting several lay '
West Nassau. 66 VOLKSWAGEN _.. .
up on long passes from Blye i is '::

Glrisl!II g who had rebounded under the Squoreback. radio, healer, white wall fins For that '65 MGB
lIHappy Pirate basket. real economy buy, this n it.$1'f9J.
Sexton said he !had just about Roadster, radio, haste., -I freed, If you I like I to beipoity
decided to switch to a zone defense V you just can't mm, in this one.

against Fernandina because $1295
this Tornadoes were so

tired "but I was glad I didn't '
i when we came oub and playedas 67 MUSTANG OLET
66 :
m we did.. 2 Plus 2, V8, 4-speed radio, heater, while, wall
Each player In the tourneywas tirei. This beauty won't Hay long, tao 'it tad",. '!rector, Liul, 3->uccd' 'with 2-npced axle.

presented with a small Individual .
trophy as well a* the $2195 $3295

team trophies that were given. May your Chrutmotb -

Alt one you will,

:MASONS: FIECT: always ramamberStarke '65 PONTIAC I TROPICAL'Gainesville

NEW' :: OFFICERSThe Tempest 4 door sedan V-8 automatic transmit*
"66"Service stun. It you're looking for the right car, this Isit
looks, drives and tho price' Is right too!
officers have
\ / been. elected following by Bradford Lodge.F. $1295 0 N T I A C

'N'eVV" \Y"ea..r/ & A. M. for the year 1969:
\ Adept\ ball handler Adrian James Putnan, Worshipful Rill Edwards:

Brown didn't even slow dOas Master A Senior War. Business"F
; Phone 964.7231 "Service is Our :
he went around this Feiiiandlna .
den; Elbeit Nettles, Junior Warden
defender as he brought fie! ball
: Glenn Wade, Treasurer;
WINKLERELECTRIC up court. Between the ball and Herbert Green Secretary I I

handling Brown and Tim (The new officers will be in. '
Inc. USCD VACUUM cletmwa recundlttonad -
!MiiTihe the Tornadoes have had stalled at iptclal: meeting on $13 up. 1O different I' George E. LaRue

no trouble getting the ball up December 30. The lodge will hold If you find your name among the Classified Ads, name brand to choo* from. 'INSURANCE AGENCY
court. its regular meeting on December Part 4c excellent repairs all
Fire HomeownersLIFE
Auto -
23. come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO makes. KIRBY SAL 8 *
Coach Sexton's five had played SRRVICB 712 N. Main Oalaavllle *- &: ACCIDENT
six ball games prior to the FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive. 3T8-7110. tfcfb* Keystone Height 47S-46OT

tournament and were, visibly
0 tired Friday night. But they Theatre Passes In. DID YOU KNOW It's easy to
:? continued their man-to-man defense own a Lontohamp Home? WANTED USED gas cook
,,, which Sexton believes Better built for rrfda) liv stove or electric! refrigerators,

"brings out the best In a player ss HASTINGS MATTRESS INSURANCEAT ing. Your plan or ours. beds, dinette sets. bedroom
," although dt makes them CLASSIFIED RATES & UPHOLSTERY WORKS REDUCED RATES Your lot or our. contact Bu sets, sofas and chairs. Phone
work much harder. 710 Lemon St. Palatka AUTO FIRE' BOAT ford Mitchell, phone 664- 64-7923.. Pahmera tfchg:
to 15 words 1M DOYLE E. CONNER
.4 The Tornado coach praised (Minimum charge) Furniture Repaired INSURANTS! AGENCY 6853. P. O. Box 338, Starke.tr.- MEN WANTED Men cottage

hU cagers for their defensive IMerry Upholstered &: Refinished tfchx parents age over 21. Starting
effort against Fernandina, a Each: : word over 15 .07 pay> $293 month, promotion opportunities .
team that edged the Tornadoesone MATTRESSES MOORE'SSUN and regular Increases
Extra charge If not JIMMY
point, 53-52, In the season innersprings PUMPSNEW in pay. 8 hour daY 5
paid In advance J5
opener here. In fact, that Is the and Box Springs AND USEDSALESPARTSSERVICE SPORTS day week sick!; leave vacations

only game the Tornadoes have Drop V* A Cant) or' Call state retirement. U Interested,
lost. They will take 5-1 overall Memorial, Resolution PALATKA EA 5-9166 t IIOORB BOAT FOB please apply In person Personnel
& Shallow Wells YOUR MONEY
record into action. against Lake Deep : Manager. Sunland Training Cen.ter. -
7 cent word
per! 9040191SPECIAL
& FiltersFxpert Starke Pb.
Water Softeners
City Jan. 7. Gainesville. Fla. tfchg!
"I'll tell you what. they went Service On i

over there to play ball tonight CARDS OF THANKS hE 1 All Makes I S5IIP Evlnrud BeleolramsUe

," Sexton eald of the second 50 words or' lose -_- S.OO Plumbing Service ED WAINWRIGHT
all control A 2 Lanka $849.
encounter: Saturday night. Phone 9647061DURRANCE> AGENCYFor
Chrismas! Each word over 50 .07
May the wonder of His Tornadoes, playing superbly PUMP All Your
took a 17-6 first period lead May the true AND SUPPLY CO.
Christmas find its way to. and were never threatened. The i FOR RENT TV *pate baby Insurance NeedsSpecializing

to every home; its mes coach cleared his bench In joy of this day CONCRETE: BLOCK w/bride ve- beds, electric guitar and amplifiers in

of brotherhood into the championship contest. fill heartsto ner home. 3-bedrooms. 2 baths. 1 FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE refrigerators by day. Mobile Home InsurancePh.
sage Fernandina kept trying to Large family room, separate : t x r s ready for occupancy. 3 bed- week or month. Phone 864- Starke 964-6818
every heart. swing around a post man at overflowing. dining room 'and den. In excel- room 2 bath. Located Just 1923. Dahmers. tfchg

the top of the key and go In for lent residential neighborhood. outside of city limits In
FOR RENT 4 bedroom FOR RENT-3 bedroom nome
lay-ups. The Pirates succeeded Call 964-5641 after 5:30: p. m. Plnebreeze. Easy monthly
tfchgTHE home central heat and air condition Call) M4-5413. tfchg
Earl Goodman terms. Longchamp Const Co.
sometimes but more often the
GARAGEU. tight man-to-man Tornado de. TUCK'S Drive-in NEW Contact Brfoid Mitchell furnished., conveniently$130 : located moth., un 323 FOR SALE OR FOR RENT-

tense closed down made Fern KEY TO pone 984-6853: P O. Box per On easy terms, 2 and 3 bed-
Walnut st. Inquire at premises -
andlna turn the ball over. Blye. Billy & Monarcha Gracious Living '38 Starke trots room houses. Road 100 East. W.
S. 301 SouthGoodman' or call Starke 964-7753
Brown, Groudons. and Mc. Town House I DoItYourselfSEAMLESS POSTED SIGNS: Treated to tfchg H. NoUman. Starke. tfchg
Knight all chipped In for a top withstand weather :20c each, ApplyIn
12.25 doz. Special price on larger Longhorn Restaurant,
or RenfFurnished quantities. Bradford County. oiled and adjusted in your person salary. tfchg
Telegraph. tf home, $3.00. Vacuum cleaner re- 301 South.

pairs also. All work guaranteed. WANTED -Secretary for chap-
or Dennis E. Cogglns, Phone 431- Aia's office. Qualifications: play
FLOORING FOR RENT-2 and 3 bedroom
Buford tfchg
Mitchell 1428.
trailer. 12' wide. Jet. 19 and piano and type efficiently.
Phone 225. Northwest Starke. Pbone SEVERAL GOOD USED' Add- Please contact Rev. Samuel S.
e0e 4 994-6853 X4-47M 964-6114. tfong lag; Machine for sale sloe Cuthbert, chaplain., Sunland
let WE .MAKEKEYS I tries; subtraction credit bal Training Center. Gainesville.
the 9 yt me' BUY SELL TRADE .. No. 768 Modern 3 Br. CBS ance. Bradford County Tele- Call 376-5381. ext. 424. Tuesday
theN Bill Powell graph. U hrough; Friday or write.
,home, on paired road. 20 2tchg 12-19
tS Real Estate .. I acres, Just $18.000 and 15% WANTED USED WRINGER
Call 964-6464 down. 1964 XL Fastback.:
washer: Will pay cash or take FOR SALE-
A"Y in the Starke Plaza No. 559 50 acres part Improved In trade on anything. Dahmers Alr-condltloned. full power, bus

A Across the land the MEN WANTED Laundry pastures. $230 acre. Dlcount House( \ tohg ket seats. Very good condition.
9I TRAILER LOTS workers, Kitchen aids laborers No. 624 Rural area 2 Br. Terms to be arranged or will
church bells/ ring out the LAKE cottage parent, watchman modern cottage. 1 acre lot with FOR SALE-One coming 2 year trade. Ph 964-5390. tfchg

h tidings of a joyous Christmas ACCESS cooks and clerks, ground- plenty of large oak trees for old registered Angus bull. J. B.

Day. May this happy $15 Down $15 :Month keeper, truck driver. Five shade' Only U,500.STROUT White. Phone 9646114. tfchg TWO SHETLAND potties for
Lake day week eight hour day. REALTY sale; one male, one female $40
time bring you the blessings Lots $2500 Up State retirement vacations. ,, 2117 N. Temple Ave FOR SALE Chicken fertilizer each. Very gentle for small

of peace and con -Investment Properties.- sick leave.If Interested, please Starke Fla. lime and dolemlte. Clean out children. Call 964-5204 on weekends

t tentment.MARYCARTER. S. E. McKAY apply In person Personnel Ph. 964-6609 and spreading service. We de :Mr. Bedford. Up
I Woods,475-C 95.
Manager Suntand] TrainIng liver. W. B.
Realtor-Appraiser Fla.tfchg. Melrose. 4tpr 1-16 FOR SALE ErerOentesThe -
Center, Gainesville FOR SALE Buick 1965 4 dr. perfect gift for all concerned
Keystone Ilts. 473.4816
rI HT LeSabre clean low mileage, FOR RENT2 bedroom house with Physical Fitness. Voted

RENTALS NEEDED Furnished one owner, $350. Also 1962 Tri partly furnished. $43.00 month; by an professional teams.
GREETINGS LABEL MAKERS from or unfurnished.! Strout umph 4. $700. Green Buick Co. unfurnished $40.00, Crosby Lake Phone 533-2613 Klngsley Lakeor
U.S5-- Bradford County Tele-I Realty 2117 N. Temple Ave., Phone 964-6491. ltp Shores. Contact Mrs. Harold 9646470. Coach David Hurse.

HRISTMAS Thank you for graph. Ph. 9646305. 'Starke. Fla. '904)) 964-6609. Smith, Rt. 100-W. lip 2tehgl-2_

TRAILER for' rent.
your good will THANK YOU NOTES-: -Beautifully WANTED-Single pull type: olddischarrow. ,
FOR SALE .- :Nice 2 bedroom Turn right at 18 &. 225 toward.Lawte'Y. PRIVATE ROOM for rent by
and friendship.J. For sale almost
home with carport. engraved In gold orliver. App. 500 yds on right. week or month. Can 964-5590.
25: Including foam mattress 'box spring
PAINTS 81.23 for box of 2tchg 1-2 new
Located Fenced Corner James Cowart. Itp .
Gulf on Lot.
a E. HARDY Call 964-6464 envelope Bradford set full size $25.00. Phone 964-

Service 102 E. Brownie Bill Powell County Telegraph! tf FOR SALE-2 bedroom house FOR RENT Unfurnished 1 7733. Kg
Seeber D. Goodman SALES Real EstateIn WANTED-Ironing] to do in alT rl a neighborhood !:]eo. Range 3 BR and 12 BR nice brick FOR RENT Unfurnished 3
the Starke Plaza horn*. Highway' 06 East: 2 mike And Gas Heater. Phone cottages. West Call St. Phone9&H491or BR house at Klngsley.: Mrs.'Fa-
BUY SELL TRADE out Myrtle SUcox. 2tp 12-19 9645801.tf 9647753. lip quay phone 533-2209. tfchgj.

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Sunday Student Recognition AT PLEASANT HOPE I .

Breakfast. 8:30: a.m. Church A Gospel Sing will be held at .ir. : I
MY THOUGHTS ON THE ,CHRISTMAS SPIRIT School 9:45: a.m.: Morning Pleasant!! Hope Church on Saturday .
Worship 11:00: a.m.: Youth Dec. 29, featuring the _
By Louise Tenly: Council 5:00: p.m.; MYF Snack Straightway Quartet of Fort
Supper. 6:00: p.m.; MYP Meet- Meade. Also 5th Sunday MeetIng -
time lags. 6:30: p.m.: Fifth Sunday with dinner on the grounds .
What is Christmas to you? An exciting Musical! Program, 7:30: p.m. December 29. Everyone Is! InVited -
One of anticipation? Celebration? fun time? party Wednesday Prayer Meet- to come and attend the
time? so much so until have we forgotten what bur and Bible Study, 7:30: P.m. sing and Sunday services.GLASS.
Christmas really is? A birthday yes, but whose Thursday Chancel Choir ,. ,
Our friends'? Our family's? Ours? Rehearsal.. Rev. DeWitt T. I '.
:Farabee, Jr., Pastor.
Would you like your birthday to be celebratedthat
way, forgetting you, and your friends, think,
ing only of each other on your birthday insteadof MADISON STREET
you? No, of course not, we like to receive' BAPTIST CHURCH FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors .
attention and affection on our birthday, but don t Sunday School: 9:45: a.m.
we today without realizing it or meaning to .Morning Worship at 11. Youth
remake God into the image of Santa Clause, Choir I practice 4:30 p.m. Youth FOR EVERY PURPOSE t
His birthday and look for him in the store :Fellowship. Supper. 5:45.: Training
Union, 6:15.: WMU Prayer SHEA'SGLASS tt
ourselves '
think of
windows and gift shops, to Circle 7:15.:
of having a good time. CO. t I II

Have we taken Christ out of Christmas and FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 372.4315* .172-4)51 I
substituted someone else a Santa Clause; our. STARKE nil N.W. 4th Piece flew Snows
in that dishonors Gointivlll :1:.
selves, selfishness, pleasure a way Opportunities of the week: W T1it t
rather than magnifies the Lord,'a Saviour Sunday, Dec. 29 Sunday :? JJ You can see by the car tracks that people are going

a God. School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .. places. despite the heavy snows. Others like you and
? It's the at 11; sermon, "Reaching -- :-_ : SiD ..:0ao ..-:'f.i
is Christmas
Let's think actually what for Tile Future." Training Un I ; me perhaps are going places because of it-because I
1 I birthday when God came down in love and ion, 6:15.: Evening (Worship the new-fallen snow is beautiful: and Me want to enb -
I mercy to earth in the form of a baby to live withus. 7:30: ; sermon, "Weighed on God's 2"OI1 t'v a J t joy it and look at the pictures it makes on the land-
When virgin became the mother of God Scales." I In this
a Iht Church It God's appointed ojincir
I without an earthly father, a divine miracle because Monday Dee 30 Youth i: ( .. 'the knoxlidgt Nil loot K scape. Also, that frosty crackly wind/ that comes
I of God's love for people everywhere.In Choir Practice 7 p.m. }:;t I..aridman and ol Hi)demondPor mant,la,",pond ; with the first snows blows: roses in our cheeks and
Tuesday. Dec 31 Watch t ; ,to 'thai, Ion by loving hn nughbor. Wilh.UI'AII new energy and expectations into our hearts. Wecan't
this season for celebrating that divine birthwe Night Service. 9 p.m to 12:01: Ask l : !4 'this grounding'' In the love ol Cod, no ....m. c and do and be with I I
1 = wait to get out things
have the privilege of seeing the greatnessof a.m.Thursday .. 44 :t "mint, at society or way ol lid will long :
God in a little Child, the love of God with us in Jan. 2 -- Special r {}; 'A'; piruviri and ills Imdomt which wi hold so''jl people.
Church Choir Practice. Charley d dior will, Inivitobly! pirlth.. Thinloii' sr.nA
person.A W. A. Hogan pastor. ; :d tram iilflih point, 'view,oni should supped' ;: A New Year is upon us.What wonderful things this t
child without a Mother in Heaven, and without E. t'O Ills Church for the loki ol'the.,11."ol him-, year can bring. Does the New Year lying before you
lord of 4.:.: nil and hit family, Biyond 'that', h.....', '
a father on earth; A child who was '-J I with its promise fill you with new life and excited
all flesh, then born of it: Master of the sun then ..IADISON STREET JohnsAlboul I p 3 every pinon. should uphold and portinpoli" In f.t:., expectations like the new snow mentioned above? ,
BAPTIST CHURCH thi Church bicouii it "tells 'Ihs truth about
of the world
dwelling under it; Maker and Creator ?
and becoming a creature and living upon it; Sunday Dec. 29 MOl'nlngWar.- Sunday- This Question: j 8 t: man'I lit,, death and duliny,', ;.the truth which, 1:' May your New Year be a happy and prosperous
School 9:45: a.m. .
? alone I will tit him Ins to' ll at a child" ol p
Robed in heavenly garments as of gold, but now ship at 11. Youth Choir Practice t '' tI.. Cod A. one and may you find great peace every day I
wrapped in swaddling clothes!'! ; the World of God, 4:30: p.m. Youth Fellowship "While hunting with my r' iid and blessings each week
but now a speechless babe; Ruler of the world Supper t 5:45: Training Union landlord, his extra gun and ; : l <$?: :: :: t:: :: u: :: through worship spiritual
becoming a subject of it; Omnipotence laid in /6:15.;: WMU Prayer Circle 7:15.: luggage were stolen from VCol.mon Adv.S.r, through attending church.
a manger; King of Kings born in a stable; A sinless Evening Worship, 7:30.: his unlocked car. Ills ''. t
person living with sinners and dying for Tuesday, Dec. 31 Watch Homeowner Policy paid his :',}i&&S&i : s$
them. Yes, God came down that day long ago to Night-Denton Service, Sumvall 9 p.m. pastor. loss. Is such a policy, cover
live with us, for us, and in us if we let Him. ing destruction and theftof
belongings at home or
How can thin: be? By: first believing in this God plus 'I
away, family liability, j
who came. Secondly, giving to Him our hearts MATHEWSWell also available to tenants?" \ '
b and dedicating our live! to His will for us. Making '
t $ HIM LOUD of our lives, rather than our own Drilling \
I '
II I Melrose, Fla. E. FAULKNER ,
"'n'l this a letter and more acceptable way to Phone 475.5101 Charley
Him of celebrating His birthday, and remember. JOHNS AGENCY SERVICE SERVICEU.HAUL
ing thu"e lIe came to minister unto. Myers Pumps GULF SERVICE
SERVICE Walnut St. .1' Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231 t
IF WE MAKE: ;: HIM LORD, then how can it coat and REPAIRS 131 RENTALS
us so little to enjoy all His beneficence? If He is Phone 964-5070 Tire Tru-lng

Lord: would we gi\e! :.so much of our energy and A Truck: : Trailer Headlight Adjusting
time to ouY !station: and status in life? -Would I ,, ., t
I we not be! doing Ills work in some field of concern? I I When You 11ae An Andrews Charge Complete Lubrication Brake Service
j and in our churches? If He is Lord, why does he I Account
I Minor Tune-Ups _.. ..,. Wheel Balance and
y seem: so close and self-centered? I II Your Prescription Tax Recordsare I, --

t I Christmas? Yes, Love came down to man on ,, Kept For You By Us 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE Alignment

I that glorious day long ago to save us from sin, Andrews Drugs I 1011 N. Temple Avenue Hiway 301 and 100 PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
but to do so we must recapture that Divine Iira.I PHONE 964-5899
I cle. We may see it, and must believe it to make For Fast Delivery Dial 88't-7170 t10 S. Temple I Starke All Minor Repairs

it real for each of us, and have the Love of God 617 N. Temple Are Starke
in our hearts, then we can love Him in return I t
and know the true: Spirit of Christmas, the Love STARKE BUILDERS

oi God abiding in us:!, with us:; and for us.f !. I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral HomeSTARKE t SUPPLIES, Inc. f LAWSON

PHONE 964-200 Featuring Ace Hardware OF STARKE.; INC
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176 I t Complete Paint Supplies Buffet Lunch $1.25 t
f We Specialize In Custom SUufhUr-
RENTAL SERVICES and Sporting Goods 11 A. M to 2 P. M. '
Lag Cuttlnl' Wrayptnfi -

Hospital!' Beds!i Wheel ChairsCrutches ,1 t "Check With Us First" Buffet Dinner $1.75 Prepared'for i Deep Fncm ,

= 219 Washington St. 9645270FLORIDA 5 P. M. to 9 P. M. WHOLESALEU.

ADULT COURSE U. S. 301 North Ph. 964-7600 Phone RETAIL 964-7059 t



Registration for second semester courses at the ESt NEW METHOD
Vocational-Technical Center will be held during the MODULAR HOMES
week of January 13. Courses for high school credit, OMTROl1HIMCM CLEANERS

general education, Spanish parliamentary procedure 24-Ft. Wide Under New Ownership I
typing and shorthand, and courses for preparation s C8L .
Also 12-Ft. Wide
for GED will be offered. Your Certified Master
Vocational and technical course offerings include I MOBILE HOMES Cleaner
bookkeeping, welding, automobile mechanics, radio Dry
and basic 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla. Campers and Traveltrailers
: and TV small appliances, clothing con Free Moth-Proofieg t

struction. Phone 964.5745 for FREE Keystone Heights Free PIck-Up and Delivery

0heeTlAt I t Inspection. and Estimates and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320 311 N. Temple PIt 964-8704. t

this Joyous time of the year we extend our most JANUARY 31 t WILLIAMSJEWELRY BRADFORDABSTRACT EDWARDSGrocery
;{Sincere wishes to you and your {family for the happiest IS THE DEADLINE FOR t
holidays ever. No doubt there's a lot of excitement on CO. and Market
your calendar. and probably some driving. As you APPLYING FOR
the wheel, remember that the t '
spirit Official Class Rings Better Service FortYour Groceries-Meats-'clad ,
) of good will applies on the highway too. HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY
:'So' do your part to make it a safe and happy .A' Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems GAS AND OIL

1,Season I, for everyone. 11O."UIOC\ DIPLOMA TESTThe BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts Jack and Gladys Edwajrds .

142 W. Can St. Starke Title Insurance U. S. 301 South Stark
GED examination which qualifies a person
I for a -high school equivalency diploma, will be administered t Phone 964-7064 158 W. Can Ph. 964-6881 PHONE 964-5311 jI
MERR1TT at the Vocatlonal-Technieal Center dur. ,

e WILLIAMS lag the week of February 10 through 14, 1969. I CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.

117 N. Walnut St. Anyone wishing to take the examination must make Owaed fly Those We Serve.la Twelve Northeast Florida Comities '"B.1pIn.r.Our Members Live BetterElectrically" t.I t.
Phone 964-5391 application before January 31. The test fee for all (
the tests is $7.50, and $2 for each re-test. -Keystone might*-Phone 473-4911

Individuals desiring further information about t t.lJ8

the GED test should call the Vocational Center, I
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STARKE. FLA. 1968 +' .


3 Christmas 5>

reel 'while Dora mess tie Moon, I
a choir and
for .
vr.xyrxqcr.xx+xgxy..a wy+}}+;}yn goes work Services Set '
Valerie Jones. Laurie Stlnson. throughout the world Mrs. :f,:
HAMPTON Amy Davis, and Gall Rhoden. George Kennan. WMU director At St. Mark'sThree .

sang. Joe Meng, as Santa show was In charge of arrangements
By Mn. D. E. HOI ed a somewhat lumpy midriffas for the supper and program special Christmas services
Y he admonished the Children PERSONALS have been scheduled at

With the song, 'you'd better not Mr. and Mrs. Sam Garafalo st Mark's Church, corner of
; SCHOOL CHRISTMAS pout. (AU of .those other rein of Mount Dora visited Mr. and Jackson and Church<

PROGRAMS ENJOYED deerMarty) Walnwright. Joy !Mrs. George Saxon on Sunday, On Christmas Eve the Holy
Santa and his helpers, choristers :! Williams Billy Coltrane. Debbie last week. Eucharist with music and sermon
in sizes very small to Younker, and Frances Coltrane :Mrs. Harry Lasseter and will be held at 5:30: p.m.

medium animals, and a Jewish called poor Rudolph (Harold eons. Steve and David, and and 11 p.m
war at the time of the Macca Waters) names and wouldn't daughter. Nancy, are spending On Christmas. day the Holy
bees all took place on the let JiJm Join their games. Then the Christmas holidays In Miami Euchrlst will be celebrated at
stage at Hampton Elementary five elves. Alicia McClellan. Pat where Mr. Lasseter has 10:30: a.m. '. ,

School last week when every Estes. Brenda Batten. Sherry been working with the Bell Christmas.PFC .
class took part In the Christmas Peeples and Barbara Petosky. Telephone Co. and with her Rufus Donley Is home i

program. helped'! Santa pass out candy family. Mrs.' Tom Hardy travel for Christmas. He is still a patient ere :
from his pack to the audience.The ed to Miami
The variety of presentations with the Lasseters In the VA Hospital. In nee
began with' the kindergarten's. sory of Hanukkah. a where .she too visited. with reatives. Georgia.
"Friendly Beasts." Kelly Sladaas Jewish holiday near Christmas l '
Ralph) Byrd Jr. and Rebecca 211
Mary and Kenny Clark as was Mrs. Nancy Bell's intermediate Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krenaek Faye Monuel are home from This [ ;
In t holiday
? great sincerity, Joseph J pictured the manger room's play Richard and baby of Key West arrived''' college for the Christmas holi .
.- : we wish for all scene, whlla the friendly beasts Hall was announcer'for the Thursday to spend Christmas days may all the joy I --, : .1... ,

'f Jimmy Hawkins as the donkey, background of the action, and with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Merry Christmas from the of the firstChristmas Lue.ta.E- '
A holy I and happy a Christmas of tt! Timmy Saxon as the cow Pam stage, setters" were Kenny Melvln Hamel. Church of God by Faith Also warm '
greatest joy and t Cuffee as the sheep, and Debbie AyCo Tommy Meng and Steven Alan flirt son of 'Mr. and Pleasant Grove Baptist Church. every heart. C/ May your homebe
Christmas is our wish Farmenter as the dove came Earnest Billy Allen Alan Mrs. E. L. Blrt celebrated his Church of God by Faith: Sun. doubly blessed

for 1 ha pp loess. to worship the newborn Cht Ist. Birt, Petey Bradley, /Morgan eleventh birthday with a party day School 10:30: a.m. Bible (this holiday.Mallard's.
you. ;- iVAN The Choir who sang included Bradley Ricky Brown William In his class at school Friday Class 12 noon. WWC and Youth
Robert .TUley. Lynne Waters Rhoden Rocky Lombard' !, Mark His birthday was Sunday, Dec. Hour. 8 p.m. Night Service, '
Edward Watford. Kevin Wil! Joyner Larry Williamson and 22. 1 7:30.
: Prayer Service, 8 p.m. IEANER
H. PRIEST, HOUSTON'SCOMPANY liamson. Jerry: Wadsworth, Rudolph> McGregor reenacted Ronnie Dyal. son of Mr. and Wednesday. Friday night :

Tommy Gall Baldree, Clint DaVIs the miracle' of getting oil for Mrs. H. O. Dyal, and Ronnie Church of God Inc. will beheld Mildred and J. D.
Gulf Service Donna Gall Hall Jackie Temple lamps, and the originof Burt son of Mr. and Mrs E. L. at the Temple In Ocala. 5 & 10
Hall Mark Jones Ronnie Gilbert the Feast of Lights. Linda Bfrt. completed their !I Everyone welcome. Elder Walter I i
Ilnrry & Hilda HousfonFlorida Timmy Keyes, Carol Mc- !Sue Jones Sheryl Milligan. Pat- at Santa Fe quarter's,1work | Camps pastor. let and 3rd ,
Clellan, Chris Mengr, John ey Keyes and Patty Younker lege Meng Greg Mowry. Larry told of this battle for religious Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Wadsworth Gollie. assistant pastor, 2nd and
Stone 'and Lori Stone. Mrs. Anne liberty and the rededication of moved last week to the! former 4th Sundays.
0 Warne >Is kindergarten teacher. the Temple, and class members (home of Robert Cox Pleasant drove Baptist

"Rudolph the Red-Nosed sang the Hanukkah song while Mrs Mary Alice Waldron and] Church: Sunday School 10 a.m.
Reindeer" was sung by Mrs. eight candles of tale Menor- children are visiting at the) Fellowship Hour 3 p.m. Evening
Sherry Newman's primary :rah were lit the setting for home of her parents, Mr. and Service> 7:30.: Prayer Service
room, while Mike Meng sang, Poland was Mrs. Ernest Green.
Wednesday, 8 p.m. Itev.
by WWamCllett's !
41 + complete with horns and red the play class. Jan Dennis Roavk, son of Mr, and Leroy Davis pastor. Pastoral
nose. took the center of the Intermediate 'Mrs B. W. Roark is visiting Sundays..! 2n told of the
etage. Singers were Wanda Kay Searle as hl+ parents and sister over the
Simmons, Danny Kinnalrd, Chopin family and the mixtureof Christmas holidays He Is :::::''''':::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::''' :':: ': ::::::::: :'::;:;:;:.;:.;:.::::;:;:::::::::::;::
presently "
Charlie Baker, Eddie Saxon politics and music In the ] stationed at Camp Le- s::8Ithw: :::;:: 'I IJ'5":\
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family life. Joy Saxon played :: ; :
v :
Duane Searle Cindy Rhoden. Jeune, N. C. :
i Johnny: Williamson Scott Davis. Madame Chopin; Cheryl Mc- Ernest Green was discharged m ::?1 .. :: trt Fl '.S
; ; .
Williams :: : .
Clellan and Sharon :: : ::
Debbie! Coltrane Tommy Brad front fprhiia' General Hospital :: :,:;

ley, Harvey Rhoden Brady were dree was her Nicholas daughters Chopin; Andy Bal and in np'"..nvin on Friday after ::/ :::::::i:::: :::;:::>>:,j1

!Yit Faulkner. Glenda Batten Barbara Billy Haefeker was Francis being capitalized for a 'week.SPEEDVILLE.
Pearsall. Michael Ralcy C
and Michael Younker. Chopin. Kevin Meng was King a( 0p
"We Wish You A Merry Frederick. Joe Frisbee. the
Grand Duke, and Joy Saxon
Christmas" was sung by Mrs. : :
Nancy Tlsdhler's primary room, the queen. Chopin's music at- :
this although
tracted royalty
Including Robin Wadsworth,
By Rosa HutchlnionANNOUNCEMENT
he wasn't sympathetic
Pat DarraJi
Betty Simmons,
their politics. Kris Krlngle arrived ,
Peggy Crawford Pat Crawford, I
the Chopin household,
Kathy Estes. Thelma Keaton, :
Gerald Smith' Fred Wood played by Stanley Benkowskl-
then, turned out to be Adam We announce the engagementof GREETINGS
1968 Gene Joyner, Shirley William-
in Miss Mary Camel to Clyde
Nickowltz, a Polish patriot
Eon, Dale Bradley, Ashley Jones I Byrd. The wedding will take
Ricky Justice, Reggy Brown, disguise.
place at 3 p.m. on January 12
A choral reading on Christ- -- Sincere wishes for
Cindy Mulligan Martin ,
at Pleasant Grove Baptist '
the second part of
mas was
: Christmds filledVOLLEY
As celebrate the birth George McLaughlin TImmy the intermediate class' contri Church. A reception will followat a
we again Jones, Linda Hall, Wayne Rho the home of Clyde Byrd All with joys and love.

of Christ, may His spirit of peace and den Billy Frlsbie. bution.Beverly In(Meng the first Diane group Daniels were 'friends and relatives are cordially We wish you Peace on earth 10
A recitation Christmaswas
love renew our faith and bring us joy. on Donnie Slade. Denise Rahyme invited. A Christmas all good men.
presented by Jay Faulkner
We were glad to know that s
Richard Mllllgan, Kathy Baker,
N S y Terry McLaughlin Sheila Rho filled .
Clifford England of Melrose has joy. j
den and and Steve Read. In the second,
Nanette Hall, from
Darlene Rhoden, Susan Frisbee, undergone surgery at AlachuaGeneral and blessed.
Mrs. Earselene Zimmerman'sprimary Hospital and is x
Helen Pearsall Ricky ,
class."Christmas along fine. We would like to --_..,-
David Baldree and Debbie Kin-
State Telephone Eve" a play written nalrd. In the third were Beverly thank everyone for their pray
by the class, was MraCheryl Crawford. Wanda Batten Lee ers in our hour of need. Any Strout L. STARLING
Ellerbe's pl'maryroom's Deaver Randy Joyner, Michael one who would like to send Realty
COMPANY contribution. Dressedfor cards or flowers, his Is
Mowry. Judy Thomas and Sheila GROCERY
Starke, Florida bed were a sister, Vicky Haddock. 513. We wish him a speedy recovery Mary D. Brown
Gray and brother Tressle Bald.JDYDUS Branch Mgr.
About 25 parents attended the and also a Merry

program as well as all students .
from the classes, each group
seeing! the others for the first
Mrs. Maureen Paul, presidedfor '

the program, introducingthe
various classes.

HOLIKTwish 1 Miss Nlta McCullough. a missionary r
from Nigeria in Africa
/ was guest speaker Friday evening
at Hampton Baptist Church, .
following a covered-dish supper
for families of the church. Miss 1
McCullough'a home church ts
Mandarin In Jacksonville and ---

she is now on furlough visiting 4. .,.
relatives there. She has servedin '

Nigeria as a Baptist mis- ...
5 r
jt4i sionary for more than 20 years.
The program and supper
wound up this month's emphasis I
on Foreign Missions Includ U
ing a week of prayer, December .
1.8, with programs on world
missions by several age group
organizations. The Lottie MooQ
Christmas offering comes each ( t
9 year as memorial to a pioneer
missionary to China. Miss Lot-.

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y s 1 t t t 'holiday wishes :,_. -
to all of our
fine friends.H .


0 May happiness and goodwill be

:We' brought to your doorstep during this

( holiest of seasons.

you a

May the joy of this holy "MerryChristmas 0 1 1I

season warm every heart; ..

May the days ahead reflect _: .
tE. '.0.' .:fit: '.
the of this
peace greatestof I t alli

all 0

JONES Eddie & Louise Jackson Carlos Johnson, Prop. U

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"Inflation has one good _
point. Your kids can't get sickon
a nickel's worth of candy."
--Lee Call. The Star Valley -
(Wyo..) Independent."In n'

your vacation driving:, \
remember, bad attitudes, not
bad luck cause acC dents.- 1'1
Donald J. McCausland The
Forsyth (Mont.) Independent."The i%
Assn. says that frequent naps \
keep you from growing old especially :t"If..'..'
if you take them f"f
while driving."-Ray Savage, ,"
Thermopolis (Wyo.) Indepen- '
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BRASINGTONCA Throughout The 7 y
Stanley Blacker Coats
Fine Selection of Used CanTaken 41 Arrow Year '
Dress Shirts
On Cadillac Trades Puritan Sweaters ,
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 Peter. Jackets .
Ladles Sportswear \!
Authorized Sales & Service and GAINESVILLE MALL
2201 N. IF. ', ...
Main- Ph. 372.4373 v
Crane ImportsVolvo 'MOBILE HOMES! \ JESSIE LEE W. A. BENNETT \..

MG Austin Healey MUSTANG
606 E. University Gainesville V .tok: "'\
Phone 372-4251 Mobile Homes, Inc. ryw a11 M r-- 1 ;

ELECTRIC MOTORS Gainesville's Discount Mobile Z' f ,
Home Sales Lot. !! f
Low as $100 Down
Motor Repair Co.Of 4820 N. W. 13th 378-1341 y
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Furniture Tops-Windows
Gainesville, Inc Windows Awning
Repairing Rewinding 116 N. W. 16th 372-8191
New and Used ft
2816 N. W. 16th Ph. 372-8318

National Sewing 9 uN J t .
'. Johnson& Faris, Inc.
; Complete Lin* of Machine Co., Inc. .
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STARKE. FLA. DECEMBER 26. 1968 Fenton of Jimmy From thl Christmas'til the next '
PAGE NINE Moore's 8m Sports of starke !. due here'. hoping each
ha recently completed a Mer-
Cruiser stern drive training day will be happy for you.
L course at the Sarasota Service V
School: at KteWhafer Mercury, a
Serving Florida division of the Brunswick Con BELL'S GARAGE '
Since 1950 poration, manufacturer of Mer-
Cruiser and Mercury outboard W. Brownlee St.
SrJortJa (greeting Service, lna Virginia, motors.The course .Included Installa Ph. 964.6241

.........---.. ...." ............ tion. tune-uD work, accessories
'M" "
"IHI"" 'IHF" trouble shooting complete motor
L there is a Santa Claus"Sixtytwo and stern drive overhauling
Mrs. Carolyn CordiallyEaves procedures.: MerCrutoer:! Unite
combine four-cycle marine en.
Welcomes glues with stern drives as 1ntet
an &ght- *
ago year
Representative t years grated power plants to give 1 lart
Ph. 964-5812 You and Your old girl wrote to the New York Sun to er boats the advantages of >out.
N. St. Family to Your board drive.
122 Bay
"Is there Santa
ask quite limplyi a
Starke New Home e,4
Claus?" The newspaper's reply was,

The State of Florida in part, as follows:
It Is Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and
To Aquaint You With Your City.If "Yes, Virginia, there (is a Santa

Claus. He exists as certainly as love N
you are new in the area, a phone
and generosity and devotion exist,
call will bring you a prompt visit
know that they abound and
frem your local hostess. Please give .,. >. .,.! e r, i and you
.x give your life its highest beauty
her a call! She has maps and many
,_ S;. and joy. Alas; how dreary the world
and wonderful gifts for you +
a would be If there were no Santa Clausl ((11TWZII
from local businesses. I
t .
+7 r It would be as dreary as if there

r'S+: were no Virginias. There would be no y May Christmas

+ childlike faith then, no poetry, nor S GS"I bring to each of
++ "e; romance to make tolerable this exis our many friends

tence. We would have no enjoyment joy and happiness.

jl 'i'A't+* F+e'" then, except In sight and sound. The aL

/ ir, Le eternal light with which childhood
yii.s rs +F*
1. 1as'twr! +;wtef' fills the world would be extinguished SHUFORD'S STARKE MOTOR PARTSFrank

"Nobody sees Santa Claus, but that Standard StationSid Jarvis, Manager

!.tj/1' 4 f .S is no sign there Is no Santa Claus. Shuford
Pa ra. s. lr
+' The most real things In the world
Let us rejoiceand I j .
M s are those that neither children or
give praise for all p t men can see Peace On Earthiiiiiuiiii

the wonders of this day.

tJir + !.et! r! e(! + "No Santa Claus? Thank Godl He lives,
S rr ++s A thousand
and lives forever. years
.' from now, Virginia, nay, ten times ten

4S 555 i thousand years from now, he will :

continue to make glad the _

h heart of childhood."

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much Christmas be
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we hope that you, too -'
will hear the song of the bellsin ._ FROM YOUR DATSUN DEALER
your heart. :: '!- GODDING & CLARK MOTORS
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? 1IiHF .LAWTEY"Lawtey >rr VVVYVVVYVyyVVyyyyyyywy n ___ .. ..'! County Neb

NEWS\ ABOUTSERVICE I $1,065 From i/ 04'

B7 >cnr. lJI--h-4 r'' ( Stamp Tax

&&&&&&&&&&&&&& &&& stamps
HEN .,. Sale of Documentary
Elementary PTA md brought the state treasury $2.2
in the school cafetorlum on \ million during November an
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Tuesday evening Dec. 17. The v w Increase of 11 per cent over
Christmas Operetta by 4th. and take for the same month a :year
Army Lieutenant Colonel WIlLiam -
5th grades was much enjoyedby wo.
O all present. Teachers and H. Edwards. (right) Of this amount. Bradford
parents have a right to I be whose parents. Mr. and Mrs. ? h County will receive $1.065: Clay I
0 proud of their performanc W. H. Edwards Jr., and his County $4.400 and Union County ,
Following this the business wife June live on Route :I. G Documentary stamp taxes
0I fission was held with the par' \Starke Fla.. receives t Idle are levied on all real! estate I
ents. Mrs. Carl Griff. presling. Bronze Star Medal! November deeds notes and other written
\.IA Special business. was planning 30. obligations of payment. Peace andYuletide
Presenting the award and congratulating .
\ We hope to carry out their project. $12.90.Sales
"Furnishing a school first aid him Is (his Major of documentary sur tax joy
your room to be financed by' proceeds General Henry A. Rusmussei stamps which are placed on is our wish
Christmas of the Halloween Carni- Colonel Edwards received the real estate transfer documents for one and all.MASSEY.
yt val. A committee was appointedto award for meritorious service were also up and brought in
9 is the find prices of needs. Canned as chief of the Combat Operations $292,043 last month. .
merriest goods and other things were on Center, Transportation Bradford County's share of GULF
sale and well patronized. Re- Division. Office of the Deputy this will be $97.90: Clay Coun-
g ever! fre..hments. were served by the Ohlef of Staff for Logistics Sgt. Hill Decoratedfor ty's. $990; and Union County's SERVICEU.
Headquarters. Military AssIstance -
hospitality committee S. 301. Lawtey
Command. Vietnam.
CHURCH:: ACTIVITIES Services In JapanTech. Bradford -. 782-3708
Methodist SUnday The colonel entered the ArmyIn LEGAL FORMS. Phone
1J 9:43. Worship. 11 a.m. and 7:30:! June 1952 and was last stationed County Telegraph. fK
p.m.: Choir practice Wednesday' with the U. S. Army Sgt. Samuel L. RussellJr. measurably In identifying< ana 9646305.
7 P.m. and MYF 7:30: p.m. Transportation Command. Ja- (right), brother of Mrs. C. solving numerous problems en- I
He hold! two awards of the countered In the accomplishment -
First Baptist Sunday' School pan. O. Hill of Klngsley Lake; Is
The Libby Family 9:45 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. and Army Commendation Medal. pictured receiving the U. S. All of his duties. He Is now
7:30 Training Union 6:30:: A 1947 graduate of Bradford Force Commendation Medal at Fuchu as a member of the
LIBBY SALES & SERVICE : p.m.Midweek services Wednesday High School the colonel received from Lt. Gen. Thomas K. Mc- Pacific Air Forces. ",(/J{ rriiri3
7:30 p.m. a. B. S. degree In 1952 Gehee Commander of the Stti Sgt. Hill is a 1952 graduate of
Church of God Sunday from the University of Florid: Air Force, Fuchu Air Station,, Landon High School, Jackson t iltclIhipvy
received his. commission
School 10 a.m., Worship 11 a.m. in Japan. VlUe.
Wednesday' through; the Reserve Officers Russell, maintenance
and 7:30: pm.. YPE Sgt. a
Training Corns program at the< decorated for

technician was
7:30: p.m.lltghland Baptist -- Sunday University. He Is a member of meritorious service at Tachlkawa / *

School 9:45: a.m.,.Worship' 11 the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity Air' Base In Japan. He was
a.m. and 8 p.m., Choir practice XI Sigma PI fraternity and cited for his professional skill y
the Scabbard and Blade Society
7 p.m. Prayer meetingWf'rtnf'"lIAv '. and initiative which aided im1 -
(1 1)m. -

Pvt. Robert Lee Jr.. whose \ I II ,
4etjjmas parents live on Route 1. Law- \.. / Hew
,ey, recently completed reconnaissance ,
training at the Army eht
Armor Center Fort Knox, Ky -
He received eight weeks of ,/ Year.
training' In the methods of 1Vihheb
scouting and patrolling! with 0
emphasis on the operation of 1, 1\ 19b
Age-old, yet ever-new Is
1G Army Jeeps on rugged terrain.
the spirit of Christmas.
instruction was' also given In
i camouflage techniques concealment May it shine brightly in
in natural terrain' and
f your now and
the handling of weapons. i.
i ri always.LONGHORN.
E jliitaiii?? ? Bill H. Llneback. whose wife r
fs the former Carol Gardner of r We hope your
Keystone Heights, has been promoted holiday will be
to sergeant!! Ini the U. S.Air .
filled with laughter,
Force. He Is assigned to
Richards' Bebaur Air Force love, peace and joy.

:y 16. Basel In Missouri as a member
of t the Aerospace Defense Com-
old, In the spirit of this DIXIE POULTRY RESTAURANT
that never grow
words Friendly greetings anda Ronald! L. !Magyar!, son ofMr. blessed season, peace SUPPLY !
MERRY CHRISTMASeach and Mrs. John Magyarl. of and |lay attend you ; .
and every one. friendly wish for a Route 2. Starke has been promoted one and all. 218 E. Washington U. S.301 South -:

happy new year. to sergeant In the U. S.Air One-Half Mile At City Limits
Force. A graduate of Bradford -
High School! Sgt.Magyavl( FAULKNER'SGulf
TAXICABSAkridge is a materiel specialist at Slep.pard -
KENTUCKY FRIED Air (Force// Base Texas & U-Haul
Taxi and Is! a member of the Air
R. BRASWELL Training! Command. Paul & Irene Faulkner

Phone 964-5430
TYPEWRITERS:Manual 01 r r
Electric. For sale or rent.
Bradford County Telegraph.

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1968 Joy to the world in this

\ Christmas season May the blessings
I I of the day reach Into every heart.

Best Wishes

L..= For The Holiday Season

And may the

your course be straight and true to a world of '\\I:::; W true spirit of \\P

happiness and success; and ever across a friendly sea. 1 ,;f@m: the t season ij nM ii1 ii\\\ Theron A. Yawn P. D. Reddish

0 County Judge
:;i ;l be yours this i:::\\i!
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Tax: Assessor:


Thomas L. Casey Charles
Carl Hurst Merrill Edwards Bobby Biggs Darby
DAVIS GROCERY Supt. Public Instruction Clerk Circuit Court
Mayor Clerk chief of Police

Councilmen George L. Patten



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IRS'License tabllsbca controls on the salesof Full week of Films To Show I
firearms and ammunition.No
Needed To SellAmmunition
be \sold one firearms under the or age ammunition of 18 may Over Christmas At 301 DriveInThree

of any type and a person has 0
Anyone who sells firearms to be 21 to buy pistols, revolvers double features makeup hind the killings. The second
a ammunition after December 18 or ammunition for them. a full Christmas week of feature will eee Tarzan returnto ,
must be licensed by the Internal Records of firearm and ammunition shows at the 301 Drive-In from the screen In the form of
Revenue Service under pro- sales must be kept by Christmas Day through NewYear'a Mike Henry former bruising
1 visions of the Gun Control Act birdnesamen!: to assure that the Eve linebacker with the' Los Angeles] CHRISTMAS
i ON of 19C8. Previously dealers in new controls are followed. Details Sid Caesar stars In "The Rams and Plttsburg Steelenr.
.fir Shotgun and .22 caliber ammun- on the new law and Its Spirit: Is Willing" and Clint The film I.t titled "Tarzan and i
+ Eastwood
4 EAR ition were not required to hays requirements are available at and Inger Stevens the Great River" which was
s licenses. local offices of the IRS Alcohol (The Farmer's Daughter) star filmed In Brazil.
Application forms for license and Tobacco Tax Division. In "Hang'em High" a westernIn VinCI! Edwards stars as !hard /I I't(2
which Eastwood Is hanged In
hitting Charles Hood American
"1- to sell ammunition are avail-
the first scene M "Spirit IsWining"
agent in
"Hammerhead" with
able at local IRS offices. The
Caesar portrays a Judy Oeeson (To Sir With
annual fee Is $10.
magazine editor who rents a Love) also starred
as a London. (
i The IRS said anyone with A
valid Federal license to sell Colored Citizens haunted In house as a vacation refuge er who becomes embroiled In [ \
a film that contains this London-to-Lisbon track-
firearms and ammunition may
thrills and !humor down of
continue to do business under a master criminal I
Friday and Saturday, Dec. 27- 20th Century-Fox's "The Detec
tfois license until It expires. rreatlon News
jBtst Wishes 1STANDARD Then It must be renewed in The Falcons lost their first Martin 28, at the and drive-In will see Dean tive" starring Frank Sinatra ,.?flAioNY
Robert Mitchum and based Roderick
compliance with the new law. game of the season to Keller on Thorpe's
and fougrrfer star "Five Card Stud." west- best-sellingr &LESSINGS
a novel
May joy -
Many businessmen will be re- High of Macclenny by a score
/light up your household quired to obtain a Federal license 7670. The Falcons won the Jr. ern Plays thriller In which Martin and Informed. readers Is the Peace be
a gambler who Is one of second film Lee Remick stars with
to sell 6129.
ammunition for Varsity game
five men In a poker game being as the detective's! wife and Jacqueline you all
the be Friday during
first time. For example, under The next game will Wiled
the :new gun law businesses night Dec. 27 against Jones (''MItChum)off who by a !hired killer Bisset portrays a young this Holy time.
comes to townas widow who refuses to believe
such as food and general Recreation Dept. of Gaines
preacher. Roddy Mo- her husband committed suicide.All .
merchandise stores, gas stations ville.
Is Dowall co-stars as the man be- the films are In color. Morgan's BeautyAND j
Wells ElectricM. OILK. and hardware stores who City League basketball GIB BROWN
stock ammunition as a conven- held every Saturday morning at
C. (Bubba) Wells G. Duncan, Agent ience to sportsmen and hunters 10 a.m. in RJE gym Service Station
must now be licensed. IMPORTANT-SOS! Comedy Crime Caper Heads List
IRS said ammunition dealers All Interested persons .of Odd Barber Shop
-- may not make sales after December Fellows Cemetery Of Week's Shows At Floridaeligible
: 16 without a valid license. There will be! an election of

However, dealers may continue officers and other business of A comedy crime! caper Rachel" Sunday, 'Monday, and
to sell provided an application Importance Friday night' Dec. begins a full Christmas week Tuesday, Dec. 29-31. at the
has been made for audi 27, at New Bethel Baptist of) activity at the Florida Thea Florida Estelle Parsons co- 4r
a license.! Church at 8 p.m tre Dec 23-28 with James Co- 'stars with Miss Woodard In the
Besides the license requIrement Church News! burn portraying a new kind of poignant drama of small-town
the new gun law also es- Greater Free Will Baptist sophistic: to which mlghft repre- plnsterdom.
o Church, Rev. Jasper Williams sent the "now" generation
Pastor. Service< .schedule: Monday An American living In Tan-
night' Choir No. 1 will rehearse Biers and happily devoted to
; Tuesday night, Choir chicks and chicanery Duffy, R
1968SEASON'S'BES No. 3 will rehearse. Wednesday also the title of the movie costarring w
rt1WilapP41'lW night Prayer Meeting. Thursday James Mason, James
L k night Ladles Circle.- Friday Fox and 'Susannah York Is in- .'
night Prayer Band Meeting. vited In on a major Job of mod- '
; Saturday :night dinners will be ern piracy His share of the 4"
sold from the kitchen. The loot] could include the willing M.
Christmas program!! was held Sc Sunday, Dec. 22 at 6 p.m. the conspirators.Eve a711
Educational Day will be observed ) comes to the Florida'
by the Church Sunday screen In the form of Celeste I
Dec. 29. Each member Is askedto Yarnall In a picture of the same I
e Jl. donate one dollar for this title Friday and Saturday Dec. ? ..
purpose. Religious Educationfor 27-28. along with "The Paper!
Youth Lion" starring Allan AIda and

Greater Allen Chapel] Mil= Laura Mutton .
Church. Rev. L, A. Sampson "Eve" Is the story of a half- "
Pastor. Services will begin with naked white girl living deep In
Sunday School at 10 with Mrs.F. the Jungles of the Upper Amazon -
i B. Delestre In charge. The She la worshipped by the I I esonMay
service will conclude with a Jungle savages as goddess until
Missionary service, at 11 a.m. rescued by an American pilot
To all our friends, old and new, ? All members are asked to whose plane was forced down. the true of
Please cooperate with this ac- The entire 62 players of the To all our friends, I I I spirit
best of all We wish youa Detroit we wish the best.
everything, year through warm and .V1ty. Lions football squad are very Christmas be with
seen In "The '
Paper Lion" In

happy Christmas. () VA Widows, which Plimpton's Plimpton Allan Alda In the stars film as versionof George ;lfrf i ay greetingsBuck's I I. you and yours. .

c } best-selling novel
BRADFORD ENGINEERING CO. Wives about -Ws brief career as a pro THE SHOE RACK
City Of Starke quarterback.
303 N. Cherry St. Starke, Fla. Paul Newman directs wife Groceryand STANLEY: MATIIISMYKTLK
Dept. Joanne Woodward In! "Rachel.
Utilities Education

Natural Gas for this benefit will
An estimated 6,500 Florida have until Dec. 1, 1976, to ,
widows of veterans who died as complete their training under
the result of military service this new program. Women who
will be eligible for up to 36 become eligible in the future
months of educational assis- for VA educational assistance
There's nothingoldfashioned tance from the Veterans Ad- due to service-connected deathor
ministration beginning Dec. 1, permanent and total disability -
1968. -of their husbands will have
about Also starting Dec. 1, the eight years to complete their
: r wives of Florida's 5,000 totally training.
and permanently disabled vet-

our styles. eran (service connected)will be Eligibility ot widows and
entitled to VA educational
wives does not depend on when
assistance payments of $130 a their husbands served in the
month up to a maximum of 36
Forces. However, if a
months for full time institu-
or a vvlje!
tional training. divorces her husband she loses
But we take this opportunityto The allowance for three- her entitlement.
quarter time training is $95
a month, with $60 being paid
wish you an old- for half-time training under It will not be necessary for
widows and wives i'kiLet
the new law granting these wid- to contact .,
ows and wives VA educationalhelp the VA for In the near future
the Veterans Administration
fashioned for the first time. will mail
explanatory material.
Widows and wives now



Happy New Year :
us, on this Christmas, be reminded of the
; r journey of the three Wise Men to the little town of

Bethlehem. Like them let us find new hope new

courage, new inspiration in the bright and shining

-. promise of Peace on Earth, Good Will to Men.
We also take this opportunity to :

thank our friends and customers :

for their fine patronage over the past :

57 YearsYour :

; A

loyal support has made us the :

i oldest merchantile establishment in ; Florida
I Hydrocarbons CompanyAND
Starke. As the old year draws to a ,
:, close I we hope to continue servingyou ;

: in f 1969 and all the years to come. :

:. ; Florida Gas Transmission Company


STUMP We wish our friends and patronsthe

: blessings of a warm and

:. happy holiday.
:. Marc Jackson Inman Green

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t rule there should beapproximately ,
general register their children at the .'0,
t the same numberof
school nearest their homes,
your kindergarten and first grade
Further information may be obtained
holiday children.In a growing community by calling Principal Char
the number of
such as ours
Francis at Starke Elementery
ring with, children eligible for kindergartenmay .
(964-6091)( ), or Mrs. Payne
than the
be a bit larger
much "
joy first grade enrollment.
Bradford County's schools now
r have 11 kindergarten teachers '
a 1 1III Including Mrs. Sherra Balr, who 0 \ NEW
happinessDurrance \
has just been employed to:work

III IIII with at Starke Mrs.Roberta Elementary Snell in School teaching F {\55 PAS 1 m EAR
the two classes there. .
U There-Ia room available. for -A
additional children' In kinder
i ql
I ,
iiiB garten at every school, Mrs.
h1 \ \ l Payne said.Kindergarten. L ClursfihrsS
children are eligible
I .
transportation 1
,r rrat3 for school bus )1a.
t9 eet1 1.i "" if they live a distance of .. 4r
2 miles from the school. Santa's popping up
Happy holidays to Mrs. Sberra Balr, teacher for one of two new kindergarten Parents are urged to register with our warmest wishes
classes to open at Starke Elementary January 6, displays some their children for the new kin
all of from all merriest of
for the
you of the toys which went into her room as she readied it this week. dergarten class at Starke Elementary very
of us this year. on Monday. January 8. Christmases I Our heart-
New Set Children who will be 5yearsoldon felt thanks to all our won
Kindergarten s or before January 1 are eligi derful patrons. May the joys of the season .

Between 50 and 60 Bradford children," Mrs. Payne said. ble.Parents! of other areas may r rV abide with you throughout '
children who eligible "Past records show that
County are as aNOEGEL'S the .
Pump Starke Ice Co. to attend kindergarten In the year.RUSS'S :

And Supply Co. public schools are not being / Hanks Used Cars
226 N. Cherry St. reached SILENT I Holiday{ GreetingsWe

N. Temple Ave. Ph. 964.7269 Mrs.supervisor Lucille,Payne said this, elementary Is indicated NIGHT / \ wish Hwy. 100 .8 Mi. South PLACE :
by enrollment in the you a Starke, Florida
Happy and Holy Hazel & Russ Eberle
first grades of the various
schools. Christmas
Mrs. Payne Bald there are
314 Children enrolled in first
grade, while there are .only 242 HURST'S'
enrolled in kindergartens in all ,.,
the seven elementary schools of SHELL SERVICE ."V
( Ur
L the county.
s "This is a difference of 72 \ ,

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holiday the happiest.

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GREETINGS TO YOU AND I Christmas, ours to hare again.
Again, it's timeto L irisrniasNEW
say, "Joy to May the spirit of the
all, and to all, 1
'' season be yours arro
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.rmmSPAY.. DEC. M. :

.:.*Tha"rJBn Cumhtr<.)*..C.*....Court 1m. PLATnaccoording In Certain! designated. located areas iBr Pre.a.e File N.. t1S. eeoompeated by a flllnir fee of plaint and thereafter said "
. & )/lfe" r. FNr.Ids. Pit State of Florida land at.Florida Howell TO. EARL BEYERS Residence (
: orI. thereof the State Prison Ralford.. fn Rat Estate of R. F" One De nnch claim OC11o1aso. shall proceed, Ex Psrto.
prsal. Pile vr*. iBsr Book a. recorded Pllg. In Plat.... Florida. ; Old forms may pa .e-t{ deceased. C111tDITORRTO fU.1haU be YOU Unknown Ann HEREBY NOTlF'lEDthat WITNESS: my..hand. and .
1. uhllo <<:ID TO
In Rs E tata of r. J. otnce. .. NOTI vo4.! sold, this
,", Pallura. cords ot Br.dtord cured from that AM. CREDITORS AND, suit for divorce of the of Court 29 day of
Sr. Dac..ed.Notice Florida County R. V. Turn.t f ; HAVING CLAIMS OR marriage between you and the vember, A. D. 19 8. at
Of Entry Of Order Business Manage PKRSONS Mary, tt IfowcllExecntrl
Of Florida
SAID Plaintiff RUTH .
Administration Unnscasnary' a Dogimp ovemnt.ll anowtnnd 11-5 jBt S23 DEMANDS AOA1NST of the ;: ff ft ERS and the restoration of Charles A. Darby, Clerk of
T.ATIiHYou *
All parsons having claim Estate{
or herelnaneron' 'land A.1'I'O\IOBir.1D each of you ; Plaintiff's former name has Circuit Court Eighth
and the and arj
F.demand.I. Pcllu-m ag-alnst, fir.the. the estate above of* : .'o ve 'idesccbeddyubpertyf: (, : and IAT..fov B TRUCKS! <<: hereby notified and required f. HoTretl Atfnsei!, been filed, against RUTH you PARKER a. Defendant County Circuit, Florida.In and for you.'I)

".. named decadent, are' hereby no_ fJ.AlIu's{ ? now or hereafter Sealed-Bids" will be received' In present which you sort I either dy1 or YOUa: Mvro-n C.at PrsvattAttorney TawKeystone BEYERS by a* Plantlff In the above By Beulah JI. Moody.
' that an order of Business Manager;
tided of
admin office
12/5 U
the estate or heights Florida styled Court and causeand
tionewithothe! 1aealn.t
" '
bas State I\alford may
totratlon unnecessary premleeeaherein Florida Prison
beeaentered to file
, FOSTER are required
by the Honorable Theron described Florida, up to and not uteri R. F. HOWELL ROBERT 126(6. Attorney f 1218tsl1E20: % you the ..'. '.
> end In !addition there. December : HOWELL). deceased late your defense or answer to !. The Coamr n" l
to the than 10:00: ( A. M. filed therein wltn .
CountyJudge Complaint a. (
A. Yawn Judgethat : hou.ehold followingdescrlbtH,. ] 1V68\ for,18 surplus car A truck of said county to the Clerk the Circuit CourtIn In sad tot :
Count appliances.. Countv. Fla the -of
which Bradford
. of Vm The Circuit Court et Florida Flnr"'a.
' total form securedfrom
the ne of said Bid must be on /
and for Bradford County No15":1: :
.Rate Is ....lI.UI; and that the ?.;V.n.Vnhaali'WroTlh.0 Jft that office. Vehicle maybe it his office In the Courthouseof Eight Judicial Circuit. Is> and Courthouse, Starke, Fla. 8209*, I. probate. rue' of John i
, names and add,.... of those to Inspected at Florida. State, said County at Starke.j. For Bradford County, ClvlActloa / and serve a copy thereof upon In Re: .Estate .
months sed.xOTPC .
whom said estate has) been assigned Prison Motor Pool Monday within alx calendar said Plaintiffs Attorney, Barton decra. RF.TllTOR9
follows NOTICe between 8:00: the time of the first publication Ruth Parker Deyerr, E TO
are as Sealed Bid., through Friday copies of T. Douglas' 103-North Main St., ALL CRK.T>1TOR3PFnSONS :
Will be Two TO
Pellum r.eelve" of thl" notice. Plattlff .
Justine R. tip to and A.I. P.M. be Post Office Drawer 1229, HAVINO CLAIMS
not .
411 Redarrave streetp. later than 10:01): 11121 *t 11/11 each claim or demand -va-
0. Box <2SStarke. AM ice February of Business 3. 1'969 In the ot- In writing and shall stale the Earl. Beyers. before Oalnesvllle." the: 30th Florida day.U tlb on.or* nF.IA:>iIDS AOAINST SAID ;

Florida S2091. Florida: State PrlsoR,Manager the I. Tile Conaty ..d..'" Court I. place of residence of the claimant and postoffla'address ana Defendant.NOTICE her' A. D. 1968: and If you TATE Ymi'an: .l each of you. .
this 6th day of JDecem .
Dated )>urchaae ot Conaty fall. to do so a Default Judge and '
ber ,fine harvesting rights ot And For Bradford nhall be sworn to by claimant. IN' THE NAME!: OF THE STATE will be taken against youenr notified ..
ment and
Pulpwood claims
"justlne: and :
and Florida imresent any
R. Pellum Sawtlmber 111s a .. .vldchhereby vou. or either of
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. In The Coaaty .."..'. Court Of bi I P P. M. MONDAY NIGHT}
: Brndford We
PInblRe: Estate of Madia William ""N j only I1MI4'Sll
*. Deceased.Notice To Creditor I : NIGHT I i
All creditors of the Estate of .
. MADIB WILLIAMS. deceased l ... I I :
hereby notified and requlredto .-r U.S.O.A.
are x .
., file any claim.have or demand against II: ",: URKEYSI1 j I I j
Bald : the Office of the I I .
Judge of Bradford Count -
., Florida. In the Courthouse I l I :
at Starke. Florida within six Choice '
calendar months from the date I :' | I I :
. of the first publication of thl. 17 TO II -1"
notice. Each claim or demand I

. state must the be place In writing ot residence and must and i. t \ 24 LBS il i I

, poat office and teat.be. sworn claimant to by y beef steaks :;

the claimant his agent or hi. E
attorney, or It will become void II I I
to law. I.. : LB ;
Carl D. Halle :

CARL of Estate D. HAIL.E.of MADIB Administrator WIL. :-........ Ii! and roasts. I

Eugene F. ShawEIOENE (

Starke.142 Florida! F. SHAW Street : .. _- t> .' J 16 LB TURKEYS. 39< II I !

Attorney for AdministratorFirst II I :

12. 1968. Publication: December \ "' -.. .' ARMOUR'S SELF-BASTING HONEYSUCKLE I I I SHOP EARLY I
12/11 4t i/a '.:- ,,"- -- SWIFT'S BUTTERBALL AND FARMER GRAY II


In Bradford The Consjtr County"ad., Florida..'. Court Of r.- II I CHRISTMAS I II


Decessed.Notice To Creditor. U.S.D.A. GRADE 'A' QUICK FROZEN MEATY TURKEY II
All creditors of the estate of I U.S. CHOICE I I PRICES GOOD THURSDAY
Iven Morris' deceased, are hereby 2 5 I
notified and required to file I THRU TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24th., 1

And they may claim have or airalnst demands the which said I DRUMSTICKS OR LEGQUARTERS II I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED I Ir

estate In the office of the coun- I
tv fudge of Bradford County, I I I
Florida In the courthouse at
Stnrke.Florida, within six cal
endar months from the date of
the first publloatlon of this no-
tice. Each claim or demand f ANTRY fRIDI $MOKIO>:
and must
must bs In writing
state the place of residence and SIRLOIN
post'ifflce address of the claim- SEMIBONELESSNO
the ant and claimant must he his agent sworn or to his by RIB, rllLt CUT ROUND F GROUND PURE PORKSAUSAGE 1

attorney or It will become void OR BONILESi SHOULDERSTEAKS
according to law. '
November 29. 193 BEEF 1 I
Daisy Budget Morris
DAISY BVDQET MOTtRtSAdministratrix
of the Estate of
Iven Morris. Deceased. SKIN
First publication on December
12. 1968.
Thomas &. Pierce NO WASTE
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O Drawer 1039
Starke. Florida
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Notice Is hereby given that
pursuant to the final decree of BREAKSTONE'S
foreclosure and sale entered In
the cause pending In the Circuit SMOKED SOLID
Court In and for Bradford TEMPTEE PEPPERONI
Florida case docket
number 430 the undersigned
Cleric will sell the property alt-. SAUSAGE OLEO SHORTENING
sated In said County describe
td as: "
T.nt_ Nine (9). Block" Two. CREAM CHEESE

Isi The circnlt Court Of Fieri1
Rla-ltb Judicial Circuit In tad
for Bradford ConB.tr.
Alexander Hlldreth Spllman
Plaintiff vs. Olenna Qeraldlna
Wayland Spilman, DerendAnt.
TOi: Olenna Geraldine Way.
land Spllman, whose residence
H: R. F. D. I, Boston, Culpepper'
County. Virginia.
You Are Notified that a Com-
nrainstoryou raAQavoueorre -
quired to serve a eo-p)1) of your
rlntOron Plendlnir Plaintiffs' to Attorney. the Potato dibs TOMATO ; g P| CAKE

A. Z. Adklns. Jr., 111 a W.
Third Street Qnlneavllle, Florida
and file, the original answeror Twin Pkg.39c. MIXES '
pleading In the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, at ?
Starke In Bradford County
Florida on or before the 11 day
lOt January. 1969. If you fall to V9okIIOXES
do so judgment by default will
be taken against you for the relief
demanded In the Complalnt.
This\! Notice shall he published
once each week for tOUI!.con-
siccutlve weeks In the BriWfonl'
County Telegraph, a newspaper

of Bradford general, County circulation, Florida.In Starke. I n LEMON OR COCONUTMERINGUE i -0': i iI
Dated this 11 day of Ucoerater. I :fK FRESH PASCAL
(SEAL. 1918) C 0 F F E E I esh

Clivult C1I.\ni-ES G urtClrk A. DARBY, Clerlf I i PIES I

B ulab U. Moody, Deputy ,
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natural or adopted child to receive WISH ID SAILO: .
"People get Into debt ioi LEGAL: rOBMS. B...- r TTTTYYTTTT"'YYTTY.' The first pony:: club meeting : benefits on his mother'4 DS
keep up with those who al. ford County; Telefrmpo. ft.. was held Friday Dec. 13 at RecreationNews account, the mother either must THAT"It's
ready are." 964-4365. foe: home of Mr.: : and Mrs. C. have been recently employed before usually the weak
MELROSE C. Corey. Interested' parties attending her retirement, disability threads In your fibre that ct
were Mr. and Mrs. Dick or death, or the child: had to people want to jerk and pull. 666A
By Joyce Howe Dewey. Mr. and Mrs. Murray meet a special dependency teat -Marie Phelps. The Harrisburg -
Christmas Gift Slpprell. the James Barrtngers. CERAMIC CLASSES ."Under the new ruJe ." Wat- Bulletin. .
.&&&&&&&&&&&a&&&&& &&& Mrs. Chambers and children RESUME JAN. 13 eon pointed out. "a natural ox (Ore.)

-Roberta and Carl Steuerleln. The Ceramic Program will not adopted child is considered. dependent .
For Mom 'n Dad Lt. Peter T. Deutermann. Enthusiasm was high concern- meet during the holidays, with upon his mother without CMi&lmM Wink
TJSN. currently a Navy postgraduate inj all phases of pony activity. the classes scheduled to resume any special conditions. having -
student at the University Sulky ,racing Is receiving mostof Monday, Jan. 13.The same schedule been met. A stepchild) can
A NEW MOBILE HOME! of Washington. was presented the attention now. These will be kept, with classes now qualify If he was living
the Navy CommendationMedal race preliminaries are being being held on Monday and Thursday with the stepmother or receiving: '
: Dec 3. He is !the! son of conducted every Sunday afternoon evenings Zrom 7 to 10 p.m. some part of his support from \1
Vice Admiral and Mrs. H. T. at the C, C Corey's. ,and on Wednesday mornings her. Even illegitimate children f
121154-3BR Deutermann. USN. (Ret.). Lt. Two of the local members, 9 to 12 noon. can qualify when certain conditions CNRISTMq$
BATH & A HALF Deutermann Is a graduate of the C. C. Corey's and the Murray BASKETBALL are met."
$$4225 the U. S. Naval Academy. He' SlpprelTs. will show poniesin REGISTRATION Watson said payment can be
MODERN DECOR was cited for meritorious service the Pony Roadster class at Boys and girls who have. not made to children of eligible female
FULLY EQUIPPED while serving on the USS the Gainesville Amateur Horse registered for the basketball workers until the child
Hull off the coast of Vietnam. Show. Dec. 28, 12:30 p.m. at leagues may do so during the becomes 18 years of age. Payment
Mrs. Mildred Bennett of Ft. the Waldo Road show grounds. holidays at the Recreation Dept. beyond age 13 to studentsand
Lauderdale will spend Chrtst- Highway 24 next to the airport Office during the holidays, 9 a. disabled children. 1968'I
mas week with !her soninlawand In Gainesville. m. to 5:30: pjn. The Recreation "Payment under this new provision
PARKWOOD The Moat Famous daughter Mr. and Mrs. The first decision made by Dept. will be open Monday thr- can be made back to last
Name in Mobile Homes. Richard Moore and children the Club was to eliminate membership ough Friday, except Christmas> February" Watson saId. "The
Chris, Cindy and Laura. fees. Voters are consid- Day and New Year's Day. parent or guardian of the child
52 FT. LONG Mrs. Bernice Cairn will have ered those who attend the SOCIAL SECURITY NEWS _. will need to file en'application ;..
as guests for Christmas dinner meetings with regularity. A This is the year "mom"gained for the child: before. paymentcan Let the joy and faith of
2 BEDROOMSFront $4200KITCHEN $ both her sons and their fam meeting will be held the third equal status with "dad." At be made." the holiday season be reflected -
Step-up )Bets, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Ga. Sunday of each mouth. least this Is true down at the An application should be filed WITH BEST WISHES. everywhere.
and There will be a 'height limit We und holiday
no and daughters. Sherrl social security office promptly for children who now and
Sally, of St. Augustine and of 50" Imposed on all participating T C. Watson. Bradford County qualify to prevent a loss of pay WI.ting thank for
Mr. and (Mrs David Gano and ponies. social security representative, ments. friendthip
Assn. your
of Mobile Housing
We member ,
are a daughter Melissa. Everyone who has ponies lOrIs raid children of retired, disabled and good wIll.
to Mr. and Mrs Interested In ponies Is cor- and deceased female workerscan 1LU OF.AI.TOMOBH.B: THOMPSONSheet
America, Inc., our pledge to the public for Our prayers TRUCKS
Robert Lambert whose son- dially invited to take part In now qualify for social secur- Sealed Bids. will be received In
Satisfactory Service on every Mobile Home we! in-law is still. In a coma following club actvltles. For further Information ity payments on their mother's office Florida of State Business Prl on,Manager Kalford, Metal Works
) a recent automobile ac please call Mrs. C. record under the same conditions Florida, up to and not later BROWN'SRefrigeration
10:00 A. M. December 4th Complete Layout Servicefor
than :
MIL C. Corey 4755041. be met the .
cldent. that need to on 1868 for 16 surplus cars & fucks.Bids job
Mr. and Mrs. John Allen Woman's ClubMembers father's "ecord. must be on forms" secured And any
and children of California are of the Melrose He explained that a change l from Inspected that office.at Florida Vehicles State maybe FREE ESTIMATES
visiting hIS parents. Mr. and Woman's Club enjoyed the music in the social security law early Prison Motor Pool Mon&r 8:00: Air Conditioning Hwy. 16 E., Starke
l tetu een
Friday >
and !her of the "Singing Ladles" at made this possible. through
Mrs. W. H. Allen par this year AM. 4PM. Ph. 964-5723
ents. Mr. and Mrs. James Mul- their meeting Wednesday. The "Previouily," he said, "for a Ulll ,t ,?? .
members of the
Ladles are
Us of.Starke.
Mr, and Mrs. Wm. D. Isen-, Woman's Club of Inverness and The annual Christmas Chapter are now living with. Mr. Hous-
Slower are moving Into their were directed by Mrs Deeks. meeting and party was enjoyed er's sister Gertrude.
OCALA WJ F GAINESVILLE new trailer at Mrs. Maggie I Mrs. C. J. Yaudess of Inverness by about 60 members and The local chapter was generous cakn -
Stelnert's. They recently sold t Director of District 5 guests on December 17. Grand with gifts to the Masonicand
4577 N.W. Illh STRUT their !house. brought! them a message from Officers Past Grand Officers. Eastern Star Home in St.
\ Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Williams,, the Florida Federation of Wom representatives, and commit. Petersburg as reported by the
who spent the summer In Con,. an's Clubs. tee members were honored In a treasurer Mrs. Vera Ownsby.
necticut. are here to spend th winter In Melrose. Boyd Mrs. Leslie Robinson, parody on "The Night Before was a reading by Worthy
JACKSONVILLEBusiness Miss Virginia Simmons whi) !Mrs. W. J. Grolick. Mrs. Albert Christmas" was given by Matron' Paddle GUrie on her
Is a student at Carson-Newmat 1 Bachman, and Mrs. R. L, Chaplain. Geraldine Jackson, emblematic theme, "Praying
College in Jefferson City. Tenn. Bridges. and solos were sung by Mrs. Hands."
(a spending the Holidays wit!h Christmas decorations were Janet Hayner and Mrs. Jo A social hour, with refresh let us pause II
DirectoryAuto her parents Lt. Col. and Mrs I. placed by Mrs E. H. Cooper Reed. ments, following in the banquet
E. R. Simmons (ret.) and Mrs. S. P. Sashoff.. The entire chapter' enjoyedthe ha]?, with Mr. and Mrs. Donald during his( sciisonof fO-
Mrs. Nettle Mann and granddaughter PTA building of the Eastern Star McRae Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
The Melrose PTA has donated Christmas Tree a symbolic Miss Patricia Cox, Wilson, Mrs Madeline Blakely
of Jacksonville spent last Sat six rakes to Melrose Ele- program of the virtues of the and Mrs. Janet Hayner as hos- Him who m
Sales and Service MUSIC urday in Melrose visiting mentary School' for the children OES. The several honored tesses. *. N 4wn 3
friends .there to use when they clean up bhe guests responded with grateful Melrose Masonic Lodge Installation saved us all a aPHONC
Paulus Music Co. Miss!\ Valeria Prevost. daugh- school grounds. appreciation and pleasure on of officers will beheld
Parrish Motors ter of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy:: Work has begun toward the the courtesy extended to them. < on December 27 at 8 o'-
Band & String Instruments Prevost. recently celebrated Improvement of the playgroundsat Harold Houser and his wife, clock. Gilbert Reed will succeed
her sixth birthday. school. The PTA would like Grace were among the honored Worshloful' Master William
SALES Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers Community Sing to thank the fathers who volunteered guests. They have recently P. Wilson at this time
I SERVICE Instruction There will be a community to help on: Work Day. retired to Keystone Heights and it
PARTS School Supplies- sing Monday Dec. 23 at 7:30: They would also like to thank # a
Roberts Recorders p.m. at the Community Christ- Clay Electric for the donation
Always Good Used Cars mas tree across from the Post of the cable spools for'the play BROOKLYN SUPPLY HOUSE
921 Laura St. Ph. 356-5654 Music Library-Expert Office. It is being sponsoredby ground. The children love

Repair Department mittee the and Melrose is under Action the direc-Com- playing The PTA on them.Is: :still looking for Open Under New Management
BEAUTY ACADEMY 41 'V. Monroe 855.8441PIANOS talent for their talent show to
tion of Mrs. Joe Dauer. CARDENAS OWNER
Everyone in the communityIs be held In February. Anyone EDDIE
American Invited to attend and Join In, Who' wishes to perform should PLYWOOD LUMBER
the singing; of Christmas carols: contact Mrs. Jane Dewey at BUILDER'S HARDWARE Q947OOSCliestnut ;,, xw
Hairstyling It is hoped this will become a her [home after six o'clock or ROOFING SHEETROCK
at their' store Sundays, or call
tradition in Melrose. MATERIALS
Academy FOR MUSICAL ADVICEC. Christmastree Mrs. Carol Barrlsger./ It is not
The Community
CARTER NICE necessary to be a member: __ PANELING <
( fi tJdoiQe
21 W. Monroe 33.v9r.91: : -- was decorated by the Junior the PTA to participate.
Woman's Club with some
Riverside e financial assistance from the HIGHWAY 21 NORTH OF KEYSTONE Mortician and Licensed Embalmers
Woman's Club. Boa N, OAK STREET
Hairstyling 114 (=oj rJI 0; Duplicate Bridge NEWS NOTESBy Ph. 473-4886 PROMPT DELIVERY STARKE FLORIDA

Academy !:i Winners of the Melrose Duplicate
U Bridge Club were: Mrs. Helen Egan .
2659 Park St. 388-8537 J. B. Coleman and Mrs. F. T.
Modern Styling: Z Hogue and Mrs. Emery Cooper KEYSTONE
Qualified Instructors and Miss Bessie Rutherford COMMUNITY CHURCH
/ Accredited VA ApprovedDay KIMBALL: "SWINGER"ORGANS tied for first place: Mrs. Mary The annual Christmas lunch-
or Night ClassesMATERNTYWEAR Cook and Miss Iva Hlllyer 2nd eon of the Community ChurchWomen
place; Mrs. B. A. Allen and was enjoyed by about Boost
Rbosevelt Mall-388-8519 Mrs. E. B. Goss, 3rd place; 60 members and guests of the HEIGHTSDIRECTORY yourGRoWPUWER.
Mrs. C. W. Hardy, 4th place. daytime. circles on December
Thda will be the last game 16 with members of the morn-
WESTERN STORE for the year. Games will resume Ing circle as hosts.
the first Tuesday In Jan. The long luncheon table was
nary. decorated with sprays of 'holly
Booster Club and greenery. Poinsettias, fern, RABY'S AUTO . .
LITTLE DUDE Final plans for a banquet for anJ English Ivy were used effectively -
the football boys and cheer at the speaker's table. SERVICE

Western Store leaders at Interlachen Junior Following luncheon. Mrs.. Complete Auto RepairsAir
Senior High School were dis- Marshall Gallup gave a readIng Conditioning Repairs
"Jacksonville's Most Complete Western Clothing Leather- cussed at the Booster Club on the meaningful messageof Transmission
Shop for Mother-to-Be Meeting Friday night. Christmas. Mrs. Roy Turk- & Automatic
goods! Saddles and Trailers The banquet to honor the nett'and her sister, Mrs. R. S. Service
JUDY'S Charles & Sharon Patty team will be held Jan. 24 at Ferris, accompanied at the piano PHONE 473.4104Little
MATERNALANE 7:30: p.m. in the Interlachen by Mrs. George Canova Lake Bedford \

1007 Park St. 35S-S01S 902: 8. Edgnvood 884.1310 School AU parents Cafeteria.attending the banquet sang songs.a At program the close of of Christmas the program BEAUTY SHOP \\ \ \ / /// 0

must hold membershipcards each circle met indivi- .
and must make reserva dually for its regular monthly KEYSTONEBEAUTY \i 1 \ /1/////1
tions. All reservations shouldbe session.
made either to Mrs.; Byron The December Executive SHOP ,
Courtney in Melrose or Mrs. Board meeting of the Church
Drexel Clayton in Florahome. Women has been postponed until EDITH .JOHNSON, Owner 1 1I
Reservatlcns must be in by 1 p.m. on January 6. That Personal and Creative Hair Styling Q I 1
Jan. 10. The price will be $1.75 same evening the general meetIng Every Form of Beauty C 1
per person. Foothill! boys of the Church Women will Culture'- Tues.-Sat. 9-5; closed ,1
cheerlead wrt coaches will be held at 7:30.: Monda)!.
be' the honored guests. EASTERN STAR

Carnes Nursery

Hwy. ibo. Flor home 659-2183 prfl/
@ rislnms Nursery Stoc _- Thousands of

Plants & Fruit Trees to choose with electric
G from Shade Trees, Evergreens &
CrtLti13 Landscape Plants in containers.
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CAMELLIAS & AZALEASLet irrigation !

Us Do Your Landscaping

To you who have doneso USED CARS

much to make servingyou From citrus groves to cropland-you get a better yield,
We join in the chorus to wish you your merriest a joyful privilege, we Hanks Used Cars and a better quality yield, when you back up Nature .

Christmas. May the Day be an especially happy one extend our warm good '}yrii.;; 'i,;. BIG CASH DISCOUNT with a modern electrically-pumped irrigation system.

for you, your family and friends. We are most thank. wishes and greetings, our {1\41 r'A \ ': I TERMSBUY SELL TRADERT. And you actually conserve water. Use just the amount
ful for your kind patronage.KEYSTONE grateful thanks. ): .-4' -
'. 1, BOX 90 you need when and where you need it.
Hwy. 100 8 Mile S. SUrke Simple reliable electric motors serve you dependablyyear

after year. And with time-clocks or floatswitchescontrolling
your system, electric irrigation is completely

r INSIST. THAT ALL YOUR automatic and economical. Night operation helps
ARE THE BEST FROM minimize loss from evaporation. See your equipment

:Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. Edward's Building dealer or contact us.

"Your Friendly Bank In "Your Friendly] Kitty and O. J. Murrhee, Sr. Supply Inc. FLORIDA POWER LIGHT COMPANY
728 S. Mala 37Z4844GAINESVILLE. I
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of the seasons good cheer : FROM YOUR FRIENDLY BUSINESS COMMUNITY I:C 2C

warm friendships, light hearts, {
high happiness, deep contentment I of KEYSTONE HEIGHTS & MELROSE W.'r. singing out with a a i
it it our sincere wish message of good cheer and r
that they may all be yours in "* We the business and Professional people of this area take pleasure -+C merriest Holiday greetings,
fullest measure. ..C to all our friends and pa-
C -4c in expressing our appreciation for your splendid patronage C Irons who helped make our

WINIFRED CRAWFORD during the past year. Our sincere wish is that this cordial rela- .C year so successful. M JHILL'S

REAL ESTATE -it tionship will be continued throu ghoul the coming year and for -+C .

Highway 21 Melrose,FIa.r GARAGE
-tt many years to come. Station ..
And Inspection
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1968 .a :a.
Modes of E Y This holiday
Best. Wishes for .
all the joy
a Happy t '66\ May this Yule transportationchange but our -m' Tee t t ttm S J" o may:of: the firstKEYSTONE
wished, Christmas warmevery
bring to you wish for you to Much Joy it
bountiful toy have a joyousChristmas for oil.Keystone. heart.
does not. to all ourwonderful + _
a gift great
friends. this

Insurance, Inc. STORES
Wm. L. Reynolds, Jr. IN(:.
SERVICE Phone 473.4551 Keystone Water Works!'
Richard Murrhee

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Fashion -
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1/1/ Christmas' fo olCANDY'S/
every blessing of f I this

Christmas be yours as you
gather with family and friends. SEASONS \. \ s.r
Vh BLESSINGSBelote's \

x t / Holy to all Chrislmas \ t. \ \

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ASSOCIATES Mrs. Heskett's

Mrs. Melba Ilgen Capt. R. T. Lovorn Kindergarten Cunningham's

COL.JAMES CHESSINCTON Lawrence Blvd., K'stone F
Mrs. Louise Heskett GULF SERVICE GULF -
Mrs. Norma Morgan Hispraises
Real Estate: and Appraisal Service Sing


HOLIDAY 'I)\ may He bless

WISHES ) a = your home.

Santa brings our .' -' / 5

heartfelt best %
wishes to you and

your family. 19f; :

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M happiest Christmas ever.

Clay Electric Cooperative, Inc.

Keystone Heights Fid.

Lake Geneva Trailer Sales BROOKLYN SUPPLY HOUSE Drug Store Community Owned-Community Built

W. B. (Bill) Belote Community Builder

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1I W'fUS... LB.29" -Ivers... La.59" : ..

.'A'QUICK MOZIN TURKIY HO ARMOUR STAR OR..'A QUICK WOXINQimrtersi.33 '':'' y,I'gd,s" iY ,i o 'ri I"3k" tFS (; 1ft)) ;.
t I k Turkeys' .59* & \.'ifiP".Y/)
QUICK.0IlN PRYER CHlcre.N { '. ;.M'"w,1"a
'P GlzzardsLB39! Oysters Ls.69 ,

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Canned II am... $2.99 E G G 5 :3-lb.. ASTOR limit On*Shortonlno; your cholco with$'.00 Pwrthoio Including CI..'......
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DA.._ Hell iirionn m s DeepSouth 00000 4/$1.

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Limit One Mayonnaise of your choice with $3.00 or more purchase excluding cigarettes.
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QUANTITY RIGHTS W.......RESERVED-PRICES,.'..yo..........-c.P..y-,GOOD 11SN. THRU DEC. 24 >


Cranberry S'ce..2/29< Apple Rings........... 37*
Marshmallows.... 2/49' Spiced Pears.33 COFFEE .
No.3S> I Sweet. Potafoes..3/89'' Whole Crabapples ..33 Maxwell House ASTOR


Danish Cookies.......99* Orange Relish... ..... 39*
1-LB. 1 LB. y
21.1k." "S"VAL No.2*Can SUNSHINI 59" 49"

Fruit Cake...... ........99* Spiced Peaches..... 45 CAN CAN

Limit One Coffee of your choice with$5.00 or more purchase excluding cIgarettes.


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