Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 2, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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VOLUME NINETY The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

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Man Dead ').fi:" ', .
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2 InjuredAt

RaifordLewis FT More Power

Harvey, 45, of

Raiford, was< killed and two

youths injured about 3 p. ,

m. Thursday' Dec. 26, when For BradfordChristmas

the pickup 'truck in which

they were riding collided

with a limerick;: truck just

north of Raiford at the

intersection of SR-121 and Advocates

Sapp Cemetery road.

Union County Deputy A. A.

Sweat, who assisted! In. the Investigation Home Rule

said that Harvey Sales Up
apparently drove the truck onto: *
SR-121 from) the Cemetery Road

and made a wide swing to the For CountyHome
right crossing the center: line In StarkeThinking

of the highway. Before: he could
cut back to the right: lane, his ,., -'r rule for Bradford

pickup was struck by a south- County is one of the itemsto

bound llmerock truck driven by be discussed when :thearea's
Theodore Whittle of Chiefland. about having your state legislators hold
The truck hit the pickup It was on turn thedriver's Slated to be Bradford County's first public bulldligr: with ai signed by Architect Frank George who consulted with three seemed ears checked to be ringing because during j their annual public heatfings !:-
ing back to the right, and Harvey elevator, lie new county courthouse on North Temple Avenm circuit Judges and County Judge T. A, Yawn for, an origin the holidays? here sometime in February -
was killed Instantly. In Starke is about 50 per cent, completed. It is expected to bt Idea for displaying evidence. .
The boys accompanying finished U Junes The $719,416 building has two courtrooms de Relax. What you heard was
the sound of cash registers as
Harvey: Jchnny! Green 15, and all "While it Is very likely that
Starke merchants rang up
Paul McCallister, 14, were treat- the County Commissioners will
ed In the Gainesville Medical those \ not request It, at some time

Center and were able to returnto County Construction during; the hearing I will bring:
their homes Friday Those who have had time to Rep. Shaw favors riving coun.:, the question up" State Rep.

Harvey Is survived by his look over the figures estimatedthat ties ordinance making power, Eugene Shaw told The ,Tele-

wife, Inez Roberts Harvey, ol the increase In Christmas graph.An .
Raiford: his father Forest sale ranged from 10 to 13 percent advocate of the horns: rule
.Harvpyr and stepmother. Nan- and 20() to 25 per cent over provision 11the new constitution

cy Harvey; a ball brother, La- .. last year. Christmas Card from the ,beginning Shaw

vern Harvey, and half sister. Totals $3 Million said that two specific problems

Lenore Thomas, all of Jacksonville In a spot check by The Telegraph In :Bradford County have pointed .
merchants commentedthat Habits ChangeAT up the need for' giving local
Funeral services will be held! sales were "very good" officials more responsibility. and

at 2 pm. Sunday in the Rai. Construction totaling over three million dollars is new First Federal Savings "much better than last year," power.
ford Baptist Church with Inter just completed under planned for Bradford Association ''building "about These problems! brought to his
way, or Lo>an \ normal and "the big. P. 0. HereA leltel'sand
ment in Sapp Cemetery. from attention In conversant
County within 1D68. Madison Street across Best I've ever had
from' citizens
phone calls area
Drugs No price figure
Men Heading the list of public the 2,500 change In the Christmas are dogs( running at large'
Arrested Club, three miles east of-Starke been released for While most merchants said
buildings Is the new county card habits of area'residents and flies
on SR-230( has (recently under- foot pre-stressed
that everything sold well, Denmark
courthouse\ going up on North. : architect has been a topic of conversationat Shaw !aid that the County
For gone a $142,080() Improvement designed by
Furniture noted a big Increase
Gambling feel that tlievdon't
Temple Avenue in Starke. The the local post office Commissioners
which included a much improved Morgan of Orange !Park.
4n the sale of dining
new: yellow brick building is now drainage system and construction building will have decora- "A sharp decrease In the have the power to deal
Burning Woods approximately 50 per cent finished outer panels of with completion set in of) tennis courts. finish and will have a noticed by post office employees, he believes that these are problems -
more wagons, bicycles and trlk- which should really be
Warrants: have been June. -in window. < and a greatly according to Assistant Postmaster
signed !
es than anything else, and Williams solved by local officials:! "They
Dradford County Trlest Construction Co. of Keystone parking area. Blake Jackson, In the past
against one Jewelry had a run on should know which type of ordinances
nun for carelessly Heights has the contract An expansion, of undisclosed an extra man has been hued for
cods 1 and two others burning for gamb the for the 33,(000)()( square foot two. BHS lze has also been carried out mothers' rings and ID bi ace- two or three days "just to work "are best suited to this

ling ? story building, which also will laid.'a ,the huge Florida Hydrocar- lets. the local mail," Jackson said. county, Shaw said

Wilbur Strong complain" !have an elevator, at $719,433. ( gas plant at Brooker. A This year the extra man was Concerning' the general con
on a To help for all of this .of homo rule, show explained
nude by Charles Biggest'! single hunk of money, : post office at Hampton la pay not needed. cept )
Dec. 23, has been given H. Davis on as in past years, will ,be the Has No and .one Is planned members of the Christmas Club "I've heard several people his feelings this WRY:
Jnons to appear a sum- 1183.000 In school construction. Lawtey. at the Community State Bank comment that they just think "I feel ,eiy, very strong that::
ford Judge T. A. Yawn Brad Completed just >as school: began Nine building permits for new of Starke withdrew $12,819, up it's silly to mall cards to some the government' which governs

26, on Jan. last summer .and 'used for the Bradford High School !were recorded In City' some $4,000 over last year. one they see every day:: ," Jacks ,best Is the one closest to the

In another first time Is the (413,000 Brad. at Starke the prices listed son told The Telegraph. HJ said people
week Richard case docketed this ford Middle School, grades 6-8. creditation to continue $154,550. No record Is Bumming It up S. L. Peek, he assumes that Increased cost "And since the new constitution

Lewis Eubanks and Oscar 'which is now drawing wide Secondary Commission of of new homes going I Jr., president of Florida Bankat of mailing cards ,and the cost gives us authority to vest
were charged with educational of Colleges and Schools Starke. commented that' broader and mere discictton.irypower
gambling aclaim as a model outside the city. Neither are of the cards themselves Is nt
in the hands of local officials
complex.Just Diggs.The figures available on the least partly responsible for the
everyone he had talked
to "said I feel we should take
Is Phase II
GED Exam and cost of new chicken change
high school has been ac It was a little better than last
of it.
of) three steps in the Bradford- which have gone up in As for the cards and other<< advantage
creditated but on the warned year and last
To Be Given Union Vocational-Technical!. Cen- year was a "I wAnt it specifically: understood -
County within the past "
list by both the Southern Ass. good i'uIIIJllI1t'II
ter, adjacent to the middle school year on P.IJSI. Sian.I that t each local elected
February 10.14 and in front of the ociation of Colleges and Schools year. county offtclnl would remain
and the State! Department of t
from hte County
first phase of the vo-tech center autonomous
The CED examination which Education for the past several AT BRADFORD HIGH Commlaslanei: Home rule does
qualifies a person for a high yeans The approval i '"with no deficiencies n't mean the County Commissioners
Clashes will begin in two
school equivalency diploma, will is a deflnate Improvement -
would have control' overeverything.
be given at the Vocational- room complex Jan 6. Equip in the status of BHS, according !
Technical Center here Feb 1C-( ment for the vo-tecb center's to Principal' Diggs AsFour ,
14. two vocational. office education 4 Make Straight "They ,would not have control
.The new accreditation !rating' over municipalities or otherelectcl
classes was moved into the
Application to take the exam is based on forms filled cut<< bjDlggs county officials also,
must be made before Jan. 31. building Thursday, Dee 26, and his entire faculty and there- would be restilotions! as to
Planned for the coming
however < year, H\JrC: >l'dKY: Turner.'
an on-the-spot inspection\ by a
such matters as taxation bond
r perhaps Is a 8220,000 special Bradford High School! SophOllJort'IStnrkc !
ss member of the State Department
education building the site still of Education, It was not: students made etialght! A'a In Joyce Ann Carne": Issues. and other financial mat

The CommunityState In doubt to go up somewhere the result of a visitation committee their academic work fOIthe Ten. I Ann Cm'nc(**, Gloria C'l..W.. ters
the Educational> Park which second six-weeks grading The Representative! continuedby
per tI'- I.incln 1,1 as, June Hardy, TimMurphey
from \
Southern Association.
Bank of Starke Includes the new middle school loci when ended recently quadrupling : : nnd Patricia' Ann pointing cut that the people
and Bradford High. the number of straightA ':'" Pros lcy.Lnwtry. ate generally' better informed
Deficiencies remedied by the :
The Florida ,Extensive renovations are Also Bradford school administration students!\ from the first six- Doyle Kemp, concerning the: actions of the
scheduled for BHS which could WI'l'k.s : County Commissioners than the
w f Biookrr Stella AichcrRniforcl ,
are teachers out of field and
Dank at Starke 'hIt anywhere between $300,000 purchase of needed equipment The ,single, ( BHS student to Lynda Sue CU>'ti,>n. actions of the legisll\tOI'S.
and S700.000. The main building Diggs said Saturday. iruiki straight A's the first a Hampton Marty Mons. The County>> Commissioners.
at BHS will be demolished and Binding period, sophomore Re- Junior would see any Inequities\ or Irregularities -
and This
only two teachersat
,& new structure -will take -its BHS are out of field and one h, OKI McMillan: daughter of) Stnike. Opal Joyce Allen.Dnisv ''. In laws passed better
First Federal Savingsand place. of them is in a related field, :Mi, nnd Mrs. M. G, McMillan : Coleman DonnA Lamb. than the legislators>> and tinder -
In connection with the court- Diggs laid of stnikc kept up her pace I1ndJnaul' Pod Lott Jr. Mike Lyons\ home rule "changes: to correct

Loan Association pause\ construction\ the completion Badly maeeded stialght! -A's for the second Phvllls Lyons Eugene Mork, any Inequities! cr luesuUr-
audio-visual] : '
of the new $67,000 county time in a sow. Novak Greg Rtheid. Doris itles could be made mote rapidly
equipment Joy
i&s 'n
U'lLI, HE CLOSED agriculture building early in globes, and tape recorders.naps have Two seniors' Marilyn Patter- ..... Spender, and Brenda Tomllu Shaw commented, "
11968 It now houses all county son. daughter of Mr and ''Mrs.n He concluded "ThM wwy
\iW: YCAIl'S 'agricultural personnel (county purchased for the Social! Studies [0', Patterson! of 125 W, Wash- sonRntfoid (home nile) the people will
DAYWednesday. Christy PndfjeU.Bi
Department Dlggs said Record You rnn'l do boltor. than. licsc( four ItllS '0C'11"Vl1n jnaAf -
Any (
have a better chance of makingthe r
''agent, forestry personnel! etc.) InHton: St., Slake, and BaibaraSim ookcr JoAnn Sailer
; Jan 1 Instead of having\ them In the players a TV, and other audiovisual ''rill\, daughter of Mr and straight, V. for HIP second sI-"crk.. grading period. They arclr Hampton- Linda D. Stone typo of laws they want.

:new courthouse.Just equipment. hw also been }Mrs, Joe W Morgan of (Morgan tl > Jiiiinn Ilinsoii! hrsliman; nartnri Shrrill. .1 l':1I..nI.arilyn: ; : : Senior They would! have a more direct
ordered to
completed within the to standard.bring the school: up Road and freshman Joan Hln- Faller'un, !senior. and lIelecclI1l1l1an: : ...iphuiiiorr.The Slnilc: (>- Mary Cnwey" DolcPUMV voice in local government."
past few months is a $650.000 son, daughter of Dick Hlnsora Shaw favors the type of home-
This "It ( Barbara ERRCHtnry
Space Contributed will be a standing policy
expansion of the City of Starke of Hampton, made top gradesthe rule which would grant county
Bruce Haddock.rii'iuior .
Weekly to Publicize Dlggs said, not to hire out of Lou Oiiffls. ordinance-mat-
power plant. The expansion includes field teachers In the future. second sixweeks.AlLogeLhel' honor roll student are Jackson; Mike King, nicluuo : Lee< Phyllis Meinr, commissioners
Community Events by installation of a new Dim said all "extra frills" 153 members of listed below alphabetically! by Kirkland Janice Stancll. VelmA Rvrlyn Sinclair. Mary Sue jog powers.Under .
the old constitution,
$243,000 Worthington turbine generator were sliced\ from the BHS( operating the approximately! 600 strong !grade and town: Millie Wade, Mike White, nnd Tliomm. and James C Yawn
The CommunityState of 1.750 kilowatt capacity, budget for the current BHS student body grades!! 0-12. A-B Average Judith Toting Lawtev Priscllla Tanner, laws or ordinances affecting
giving the plant a peak capacityof made B-averages better. Six- counties must be Introduced and
Bank term, the funds Instead goingto Freshmen LlwteyROlTe Eunice Norma Klmron TeL tone. .
over 7,200 KW. hire additional classroom ty-two students made A,B averages Stnrke Stella Jane Co-stcllo, Lou Redding, and Ruthell fol'dVerl Padgett approved by the Legislature.Thus
Accounts Now Insured! Open house for tM expanded teachers and for the needed meaning they had all A's nay Daiiehcity. Roger Eunice Smith Hampton: Shal'olD, "'n. \In each session, hundredsof
Up lo $15.000 by facility is scheduled -within\ the And B's. Ninety-one students local bills must be considered
equipment. Kent Oraudon, 11t'I'bf'I.t01'f'en. Brooker" Victoria NOI.ntAnrm'y Mazola Durham, and Madonna
F. P. I. C. next few !Weeks Teachers out of-their certified had B,averages, meaning they John Oiiffls. Selreta Pam Inklebarger, ami
The Strike Golf end Country areas were .a glaring source might' have made a C but also Hall Lee Hardenbiook. Becky Terri Inklebnrger, Continued< on page twelve ,ITOI\tlllllflt,\ ,,, OH ".,, '
had an A to bring\ It up.

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Mr and Mrs John Harold (Andrews Mr. and :Mrs. Tom Hardln of uhf
;; ? were In Cleveland, Tenn. Gainesville and Mr !and Mrs. Commissioners Trade at Home .S'.SHEARING .WIt
I CP ; Thursday to Monday visiting her James Hester of Jacksonville .. Pr,srll.

ou now parents Cartwrlght., (Mr. and Mrs. R. C. and spent''Mrs.the L.weekend V. Hardin.'with Mr. To Meet Jan. 8

'Mrs. J. a. Jackson and Mrs. Frankle Hardy( of Syracuse, County Commissioners will AID. CENTER
O. 'R. Alvarez Jr. and family University N. Y. la home for complete the business of 1968 .

Rev and Mrs. DeWitt T. Far- Byron Terwlllegar was an escort Lynwood Walters .of Enfield, spent Wednesday( to SaturdayIn the holidays. and commence the business of 4 1969
nbee Jr. and family were holiday Brunswick Ga., with Mr. SATURDAY JANUARY ,
at the 1969 Presentation of N. C. Is home this week. and Mr. and 'Mrs. Cftailes Francis 1969 when they meet on Jan. 8. ,
guests of D, T. Farabee Sr. Debutantes. of St. Mrs. J. O. stalnaker. and children spent the holidays
Petersburg S-Sgt. Jerry Lawson of Elgin If the regular schedule had
and 10) A.M.! TO :3 P.M. ATMitchell's
family In Fort Myers.CtiIr. .
at their and ball //with his mother Mrs. Ernest
onDec. Field Is home for the holidays.Mr. been followed the Commission-
Mr.and Mrs. L. H.Gibson> and
and: Mrs Guy Sale Mrs.
26. and Mrs. Bill Morar of her mother. Mrs. Mary Peter Francis in Woodbury Tenn. ers would have met Jan. I, They
W B. Muncly and Miss Jean Store
1.Illllllyl'CJ'C Mr and Mrs Sidney Strick Panama City. Bud Lawson of son of Macomb, HI., spent several decided to postpone it one week. Drug
Christmas guestsof land of Lake City and Mr. and Marlon, N C., and''Mr. and Mrs. days of Christmas week .Those attending the Christmas) One new face will appear around -
ham Mr in art Jacksonville.Mr ; !, Mrs. Kcth. Gillirtsf. Mrs Vernon Conner of Jacksonville Joe Jordan of Lake City and with Mr. and Mrs Gerry Gib- dinner at the :home of Mr and the Commissioner's table. 127 ))0;. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA.
were Christmas visitorsof their children >are holiday( guestsof son at Merritt Island. Mrs H. B. Stokes on Spence St. Ralph Bryan will take the seat
and nnd :Mrs David Christopher Mr. and Mrs. F. W." Strick- their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sublett of were Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Byrd.Mr of Jerome Johns whom he defeated SERVICE & BATTERIES FOR ALL MAKES
Tammy, of and
Mrs. Larry Fowler, Mr.
H. A. Lawson( in the May primary.
Murfreesboro, Tenn. holiday
Brundrldsc Ala, arrived Friday are and Mrs. FREE
and Mrs. Jerry Bolden Mr. and Mrs. M. C. WelL Byrd and family
for a visit 'vlth Mrs. Christopher's guests of their s-on-ln-law( and Mr and .
of Florahome were Christmas spent j the weekend with Mr. and! Mrs. Gerald Roberts, HEARING TEST WITHOUT OBLIGATIONSEE
daughter >uMr. and Mrs.
parents, Mr, and Mrs. C. all of
day Starke: Mr. and Mrs. Dew
guests of
Mr. and
L. Dinklns Mrs. X. Mrs. J, H. Wells Sr. in Pensa- Green. THE ONE AND ONLY
JI, Smith. ey Fowler and son and Mr. and
cola: New Year'sHoliday
'Mfr and Mrs Hoist C. Beall
Misses Louise and Etta Frippof : Miss Debbie LaNier 'oof Golden Mrs Charles Williamson; and "MIRACLE: EAR" HEARING( AID
and of
son Mac-an, Ga. are spending
Columbia S, C. holiday family, of Hampton; Mr. and Set OR EAR MOLDS
are Hills Academy, Ocala, is home the holidays with her parents NO WIRES, CORDS
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Mrs. Ed Polk and family, Mr.
for the holidays. Banks VIP'aBradford ALSO A HEARING AID THAT WILL
Powell. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gentry and Mrs Ronald Polk and family By ,

(Mrs. Shellle Gerle was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Barryof and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. OPERATE FOR
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade. Mr and Mrs. Brad Locke In Palatka Mr. and Mrs. Richard Testone, of Brooker; and Mr. County Courthouse ONLY $4.81 PER YEAR (BATTERY COST)
Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and Hobbs of Gainesville, and will be closed for New Year'sholiday
Mrs. Tampa last week. and Mrs.Theodore :Box and ham.ily COME IN -
'iN. K. Hurst, of Indianapolis' Archie: Green and Michael De- Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hobbs Jr. of Lawtey. Thirty-eight from noon Tues.. Dec. IF YOU CAN'T

Ind. frill\ attend the Orange F.Iippo: of Chicago! 111. &pei\ Butyl tunic in Miami, with their parents, Mr. and 2. OBLIGATION
,: Wednesday Christmas !Holidays with Arch. Friends of Mrs. James Sullivan
le's mother, Mrs. L. J, Green. .Mrs J. C. Hobbs. : : will regret to hear that herltcr Starke City Hall, Community SPONSORED BY
Local admittences to Bradford Frank and Joe Mitchell of 1 :Mrs Grace .Noble Palmer, State :Bank of Starke Florida
County Hospital Mr. and '''Mrs. Dave Long or Bank at Starke and the Post Jacksonville Hearing Aid Service
this week In. Lakeland were recent visitors of Gainesville, was killed In an
elude: Mrs. Rosa M. Greerf, Mr and Mr. Lester Crews. Orlando were Christmas holiday automobile accident in Gainesville Office report that they will be
'guests of Col. and Mrs. T. T. closed 229 W. Adams St. Jacksonville. Ha.c .
YOUR HOUSE Carl Harton. Troy Mattox, Mrs. Cadet Candidate Barry Smithof Christmas night only Wednesday Jan. 1.
Georgia R. Summer. TrwbleN. Fort Belvolr. Va. was home Long. Claude Crowson attended the New Year's Day.
Rowe and Oscar E. Crosby last week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathews funeral of his brother, Harold B.
Christmas (with 'Mr. and
all of Starke; Earl James Nichols spent Cr&wnson, in Columbia, S. C. ou
Sharon Miss Katy Frlel Sanders 'and Mrs. Bruce 'Mathews and familyin
Harvey and Mrs. Ot- Friday.
INCLUDE OURSThe tis Shows of Lake Butler; Mrs. Miss "Elizabeth! Slater of Chur- Gainesville. & hftJ
Mattie Sewell cf Brocket1;; JanetL chton, Md., Mrs. George: Wad. Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jackson Fashion's \
best plan to protect Davis of Waldo; William L. leigh of Canon City and Miss and daughter, Melissa. spent
that new home of yours is Reynolds of Keystone Heights; Nannie Graham, Sanders of Wytheville Christmas day with Mr. and
a State Farm Homeowners Irvin Young of Hampton; Mrs. Va were guests last Mrs.' H. E. Smith In WUllston.
Policy. the low-cost pack. Edith Wilkeison of Lawtey: and week of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews Bruce Jackson was visiting During The Holiday Season
age of protection that pro. Mrs Dorothy V. Englke of Mel. and> Mr. and ''Mrs. Malcolm !iMr. and Mrs. E C, Vaughn and ,
vides broader coverage for Sanders son. Pete. In Jacksonville Wed.

your home and belongingsand rose.Mr.. and Mrs. Bob Williams DP- Bobby :Wiggins, U. S, nesday afternoon and Thursday. r: *# Enjoy Our Buffet

for you, in case of law. and daughter of Athens, Ga. and Navy, who 'has been! assigned. to Sen. and 'Mrs. Charley Johns .: Daily
suits. So call me Mr and Mrs. Charles' McQualff the USS Sylvan, in Naples, were in Orlando Tuesday to v
today and find '''If' .A.. and Mrs. Frank Bell of) Way- Italy for The past 18 months Thursday visiting their son-in- ),

out how you can ___ cross. Oa, were, holiday Guests arrived home last Tuesday for law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs, We have more special preparations just to please you urn! >I ttr family
James Cash and
of Mr, and Mr.s. Mack 30 days leae.Mr. .
protect new IN.CIhome Williams. JIand during the holidays! nl t I 0 i 'I
from the Miss Bal'b.'Ifa3t.n: :: : jpaduated and Mrs. Ira D. Wells Mrs. A. H. Henry I

ground upJft.Ho from .Siintp.: Fc ':L.: ..<;r Cole and grandson of Atlanta Ga. spent Christmas day with their ;: II '
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and ; ..
lese on Dec :). were Sunday Dec. 22, 'overnight y.
Harold Tyus of North Caro.: guests of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Mrs. Gene Norman at White ,
ling State University.! McRae. House, r
Raleigh!: 41
N. C. is home:: far tea: holiday ,Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley and Mr. 'and Mrs. Tommy Huggins
OElm..rr! Air, .and Mrs. Peter Alogna of family of Merritt Island, Mr. :and son of Orange Park, Mr. LUNCH DINNER
Twin Mountains N. H. are and Mrs. Glen Conner of Orlando nnd Mrs. Dewayne iMcRae of '

spending the holidays ,with her and Dr. and Mrs Barney McRae Jacksonville and W. B Hugginsof BUFFET ,,, BUFFET
\131117 mother, Mrs. Gladys Weldon. and family of Lake City were Alachua were Christmas
q. I'ltnntt 114-5:1I1! : Joining the family during the Christmas day guests of relatives guests' of Mr. a7id Mrs. George 11 A. M. to 5 I P.1.: !. to

weekend were Mr. and Mrs. C. here. Huggins. The McRaes ,also visit. 2 "P. M.! TWO HOT ENTREES !9> I I1. :M.
oN, Patrick of West Florida, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Boland and ed the R. M. McRaes Christmas

4\. and Mrs w. A. Weldon of Bash- !children of Athens, Ga. are evening. 25 TWO VEGETABLES 75
nell Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Weldon spending the holidays with her Mrs. Gladys Cook of Jackson. $1 $ ]
..... of Macclenny, and J. R. Weldon mother, Mrs H. L, Speer. vllle and Mrs. Beulah Gay ofPurt ASSORTED SALADS a
Torn. rir<* ned ( ''''11&117- of Jacksonville. Miss Mamie Anderson and
I'.tlllltllJIVK..III. Arthur, Texas were last ROLLS BUTTER
.' KIII.TniimmlnKlon I Mrs. Faith Turner of Palatka Mrs Pauline Store cf Archer: week guests of Mi', and Mrs. 0
llliuola Is: a patient In the Starke Nurse were Christmas guests of their Adolph: Gay. TEA
ins Home sister! Mrs. E. M. Davis. Bob
Fritz Wolferman, Ford.
Lt. and 'Mrs Robert Barnesof Jimmy Lewis Bob! Stein. Alice AT-HOME ELEGANCE, A COFFEE

Tallahassee and Miss Clare 'Inml< Eusso, all of Perry, dashing hostess look for the
McMahon of Charlotte N. C. holidays is the cotton velve-
"ui<> u11tllihlItsts! of
were guests the of teen ensemble. Miss Pat of
past week
viciulrilne.; Gay Saturday, Dec.
( on
Mr. and Mrs W.W. Hood. California designs it with a
301 DriveInSHOW 11. tu-r,( ihs BHS Pciry basketn.ll : long tunic jacket and pants

IAMN Buddy Garbett of Chan- 11.'.<111.'. They stayed at the with flaring legs that, scrape..
ute! Field, Ill. !Is home on 24 days Ch.:y c-jauxe on Orandln Lake. the heels.
ml l leave before going to California Mrs. E. C. Morris was visit
BEGINS AT 7:00 P.M. for further duty. big relatives in Pompano Beach '

ADMISSION: Adult 75c, Students 60c Mr and Mrs R. O. Dansby I last t week. WatchBand ,: '

.. Children Under 12 Free had as holiday guests Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. R. \E. (Firth /.,-, ,. \ <.,.
Mrs. Roy J. Andrews of Jacksonville spent Dec. 16-20 in EvergladesCity '"
and Mr. and Mrs. Mickey with Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Calendar
1'ri.. Sill.. Sun.. Jan. ;>,. I 4. .'.\: ;3. Dansby and --Mr and Mrs, Whlchello. t'x .
flIuhl I i IVaturt': PromumYUL / Edward Davis of Gllnc>3vUle. Anthony Beattle and Miss Diane 12 MONTHS
-- Mrs. Joe Neal Belche. the Firth of Jacksonville spent FOR ONLY r" i.

former Frances Caldwell. and last week with Mr. and ''Mrs. li $1.00 ,

.) BRYNNER MITCHUM children of Norfolk' Va left last R. E. Firth. MvJUliUMtll '
Sen. and Mrs. Johns ) -...;,
week to join her husband, SKC .' ,, ,)-
and l ''Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams The ,.,?- .,
Y TL- Belch in Iceland for two years. ( ,.',,, ':
.. ., .. 'f .Col.! W. H. Edwards, who has attended the Gator Bowl gameon TELEGRAPH( i' "
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been home the past month ,after Saturday. '';), to' (
duty In Vietnam, left Saturdayfor : :"
11UI r, .> '..
Washington. X, C. wherehe '1'

will te stationed for three '",
CHARLES BRONSON tit ft war' n'"tII' ,PIII.W.JtIluI"U' \ years Mrs. Edwards and chile JANUARY 31 .,...."><""''." ,
dren will join him soon ..: -' r
Maj and Mrs. Dan( Koretz of IS THE DEADLINE FOR I.'# >-i;.dAM1; ;' ne a '
:SFLORIDA ; Albany, N. Y. are holiday ,., t"dYr'T ict: ', K I X

guests of her mother, Mrs. Ar- APPLYING FOR .' .,,\,:! :" !
liWO NINB NONSS FIONT TO TIlE DEATH'I len McKntght. \ ", ', "

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Mr. and Mrs John Buckleyand HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY I :

daughter of Sarasota were ;f, >';, "

holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. DIPLOMA TESTThe to I"", '.'f',."' '

1 f David Browning, ";, .
Oliver Steed of) Portland, Ind. >. J,. '
was a recent visitor of Mr. and GED examination which qualifies a person .. ii l t I IS

Mrs. George W. Brown., Rex for a high school equivalency diploma, will be administered fr r $,

Brown of Jacksonville was home at the Vocational-Technical Center during ; .
for the holidays. h ,
the week of February 10 }.. M ..
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ritch of through 14, 1969.
N THEATRE Boynton Beach spent Christmas Anyone wishing! to take the examination must make '

-- with his mother Mrs Grace application before January 31. The test fee for all f'' .

Showtime Weekdays 7:00Sunday 3:00 Hitch.Mir and Mrs. Charles Hawkinsand the tests is $7.50 and $2 for each re-teal. ft.

Saturday 1:00 family of Mitchell Ind. Mrs. Individuals desiring further information about

.. ;\llIn.( Tucs., Jan. 1.2' Luella Hughes of Indianapolis.Ind. the GED test should call the Vocational Center, .;..
., and Mrs S. R. Bradfordof P t R .4
964.6150. JI.I\ y, .
"Burt COLUMBIA PICTURES.. St. Cloud were guests last :: ;
Lancaster HORIZON PICTURES'" week of Mrs. Jean Roberts. .

beautifulperformance gives a .C Burt Lancaster Gary Evans of Waverly. N. Y. Everything's Coming Up Roses.

The Swimmer Is a holiday guest: of Dr. and Serving Florida .
Mrs. H. G. Bellinger and daugh

-WrtLtAM,: .Mi.WOLF..'n., |THAI TECHNICOLOR'Cu .. 'II 1071 ters. Since 1950 Since I
Mr and Mrs. John Greene and t9orih2 Opened My Insured

Fri.lilt.: ; t. Jsin- ;a. 1 son spent Christmas: day. with ]reefing Service Qnc.
Mrs. J .bn C. Greene in Jacksonville .
JiuiMv Fciilure Program and spent Thursday to ....---.. ..............."'W"' ...... ,.,............. Savings
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. At
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*" a.-" r." co'C'.i < I 1 U 1 I r
L. Chancey in Montlcello.Mr. .
,. TAYLOR and Mrs George Pierce Mrs. Carolyn j Cordially

.JRoo CARDINALF and family ,were In Cleveland Eaves First
I $ GUARDING I Tenn. dining the holidays visit Representative Welcomes .
6 ing -Mrs. Pierce's parents. Mr.
kf fi THE HELL with HEROES' and Mrs. R. C, CarUvrljht. Ph. 964-5812 You and Your

1.IL+.'M./L.,...+Y,1 :=PICIUAF:IECNNICOLOA 122 N. Bay St. Family to Your - - -
Mr. and Mrs Robert Barks. Starke New Home - -.

PLUS dale and family were Christmas
guests of Mr. and\ Mrs. J. W. FREE ;
H"rne at Mldlake.Mr. The State of FloridaIt
WAIVAJON": (, ; and : .
Mrs Merrill Struth Circus
uilhJohn had their family home for Christ. Is Our Desire to Make You Feel Welcome and Family 1969 Calendar :

Wa>'lie inns: Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Caseof To Aquaint You With Your City. : Ask for yours now !
Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. :
Roddy Struth and family of If in the - - - - -
area phone
Sun., !\Iun., TUVH.' you are new a
Tampa, and Miss Kathy Struthof
Jan. '1, Ii. 7DEBORAH FSU. call will bring you a prompt visit

2Mh C1nl.r Io,peunn Mr, and Mrs. Levon Andrews

KERB DAVID NIVEN elid family carve Christmas from your local !hostess. Please give
guests of Mr and
r Mrs Troy
Andrews In M>J'riston, her a call! She has maps and many Savings and Loan

.G Mr, and Mrs Stephen Kelly
: de M"f'ElDERCOOMSw and daughter of Jacksonvillewere free and wonderful gifts for you

Color by 0 Uii ..' the Christmas guests of Mr. from local businesses.. ASSOCIATION OF STARKE
and Mrs. R, R, Andrews. 4r11l N. Temple
i A.L Phoae 9'4.5000

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Mrs. Lloyd Green UDC To Meet
Interest To.
Hostess To Choir
C/4 w T. Weeks chapter. UDC' ,

Members bthe Methodist eofil au K will: meet Wednesday, Jan. 1. at
new. 3:30p.m.: ( at the home of Mrs.
WOMEN Chancel Choir were guests at .
.. W II. Nollman
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"open house" .at the home of ....
Mrs L. J. Green on Sunday Lynwood Walters cf Enfield 'Mrs H. T. Smith of Santa Fe Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland
Dec.22. N. C. is home for the holidays.Mr. was visiting relatives In Jack were in Bronson Christmas, dayas
Gladys Mooty: Phone 964-7608 Christmas decorations were and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr also sonvlllet Last week. guests of Mrs. Rilla White. calf ...1Iou1JlouJ

m used! in the party rooms, and: had as Christmas day guests Rev and: Mrs. J. T. Stabb
Chitty Home Mr and (Mrs. Terry Walters of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade Attended had as holiday guests Rev. and
I covered- .Gainesville.! a party at the Mayfair Mrs. Miles Cooper and family ,

I Scene Of Tea cloth centered with a red green Mr. and Mrs I. N. Pickering Country Club in Sanford: Friday of Jacksonville, Mrs, Gladys
Three and gold centerpiece. Mrs. Rich- ar.a Miss Dorothy Alvarez of given by Mrs. Hugh Whelchel iZsundgren of >Evanston. Ill., Mr.
Honoring ard Cunningham presided at the Starke. .and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. honoring Mr, an dMrs. John isrcl Mr. Frank Patecek of"JV:2t lYNAN'Y'S

Mrs. Randal Chitty and Mrs sifter coffee service and Mrs. Alvarez of Boynton Beach were Whelchel. :, :>n, La., Mr. and Mrs.Jjtha FLOWERS
II +s Christmas day guests of Dr. ; t,. Staab E. D. Tenly Sr. entertained at a George Huggins assisted In sere 'Mrs. Martha Moore and daughter Mr. .
Jfli: F.VKIU.ASTIN' : (
delightful tea Sunday afternoon lag and Mrs. Michael Pickering in, Maria, were Christmas end Mru William Walling Sr.of J

,I Dec. 22, at the home of the for Mrs. Green presented Christ. Gainesville.Mr day guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. Coral Gables, and Mr. and ri.OWKRSKvfiUsttnu .
and Mrs. A. Russell Norman Mra. William (: Is a name coinin
mer on Searing Street honoring( mas corsages to Mrs. Huggins : iD. Kennett in Green. Cove Spr Walllxg Jr. of New ,
and Mrs. Cunningham. toured Southwest Floridaon York City. ) uly given to si'verul genera
Mrs. David Canova, Miss Kay lags.
'Thirty guests called betweenthe Christmas day. Mrs T. E. Strickland of Belle .nl plant.' \vtnse) Ilow-'r.s\\: retain
Colson, and Miss Janet Hardy.A .
I' Christmas theme was car hours! of 3:30: and 5 .o'clock. Mrs. May Hawkins .of Waldo Mrs Gladys Harrington entertained Glade, Mrs M. H. Lang of Del- must of th..l.. i
\ and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hawkins at a family dinner ray Bea.cband- Mr. and Mrs. I form and colt"
ried out in the party decorations. and; family of Jacksonville were party Christmas Eve at her W. T, Shiver of Leanings were if OIIK after liav.ni:

f a The beige tea table linen was cloth covered edged with with I Miss Louise Stern holiday guests of Mr. and (Mrs. home on N. Walnut Street. A- holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. '" been picked: and
Titus Olson. mong the 22 attending those 'Paul Raymond. :!ti't'cl. The si-
lace, and down the length of the Entertains Pupils
table swatch .of red net. ''Mr and Mrs. Ole Lauritsen from out-of-town were Mr and Mr. .and Mrs. DolpJi Reddish plant.; are al.sa:
was a I of New Port Richey are holiday Mrs. Billy Harrington .of Jacksonville attended open house at the home I T .,.. called: I in m o t r-
The table centered with \
was a Miss Louise Stern gave a series .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. and Mr and Mrs. Mar. of Mr, and Mrs. David Reid In )... telle.
silver holding lighted '\
epergnette of four parties during the
ion Harrington of Palatka. Jacksonville r The Everlsutings I -
Christmas night.
red candles and decorated with week of Dec. 16.20 for her 29 Patz.Mr. .,
Barbara Lee: AustinTo holly Patray'BrewerEngagement and Mrs. Henry Mor are r.\tlv: \ to
pano pupils.
Wed Mr. Standing to ,itfhe Told rison had as Christmas guests i AiiHiraun. Europe. Asia Africa
Noegel / receiving The parties were held In the
Mr. and \Mrs. Ralph ADULT COURSEOFFERINGS mid ClIp: Colony. This is t Oem'lius
line were :Mrs. Chitty and the Stern studio where the Christmas Morrison ,
Mr., and Mrs Don \Austin of three honorees Mrs. A. Russell :\11'. and Mrs E. D. Patray motif. was carried out in decor Mr. and Mrs. George Morrison. : Hellc'ir.v.Mim a common''
Mr. uaulen<< plant, with: flowers 1'8'111In' ) -
and Mrs. Virgil Morrisonand
Seattle Wash. announce; the engagement Norman Invited guests to the tea announce the Engagement of ations. Musical games, entertainment
in cjlo: from wh.ta to c aimr-
and approaching marriage table. Mrs. W. A. Hogan and their daughter, Donna Lou to and refreshments were children, and Rupert Mor
and l bbcl ThJ1ml.t"II '
: red : + 1i
of their daughter, Barbara ties Charles Darby presided at Gary Wayne Brewer, son of Mr enjoyed and gifts were exchanged rison of Leesburgr.Larry imyellow. ( and red native I.i
Lee, to Ronald( : Noegel, son of the tea service. Assisting In and tics O. E. Brewer 'Of Law- among the pupils. Noegel of the University Registration for second semester courses at the France.
Miand Mrs. William H. Noe- serving were Mrs. Harry Hatch tey.The of :Alabama Is home for the Vocational-Technical Center will be held during the E\'llihtlnlI gather.clwhen
;gel: of Starke. er, Mrs. James Crosby, Mrs br'ide-elect will be a 1969 holidays with his mother, Mrs.
week of 13. Courses for school credit
Stanley January high t tha heads are! only sliKhtl.v -
Noegel. Joining the family
,The wedding will take place John Greene, Mrs. E. D. TenlyJr. graduate of Bradford High Recent BirthsBradford ,
education tIJl'J8nll thi'ii dried In emil
general Spanish parliamentary procedure ) : a
Saturday Jan, 18, at 5 p.m. In ., Mrs. Randy Johns Mrs. School. Her fiance Is a graduateof on dey were Mr. '
and Mis. Butch Jamison of typing and shorthand and courses! for preparation rni.in. Thelowers: lire com-
St. Mark's Episcopal Church Carl Roberts and Mrs. Ben Bradford: High School ''and la
with a reception following. In the Moxley. employed with Clay Electric Coop County Hospital announces Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs for GED will be offered. m mly used In winter bouquets
Parish Rouse The hostesses presented the In Keystone Heights the following births: John Odom III ,and daughter Vocational and technical course offerings include anti t nie.-iuri.il. wrsjithn.H .
It I everlJstirw uood.IT
All friends and relatives .are :honorees with Christmas corsa- Mr. and Mrs. James Adam of Gainesville.Mr bookkeeping, welding] automobile mechanics radio ; (
The wedding will be IF t.
invited to attend. ges and a book as a memento of June. :McKinney, Starke, a daughter and sons of St. Petersburg B. Bayd and TV small appliances, and basic clothing con. then our shop is the plnci-, l bl,
the Leslie Diane were
occasion. Dec. 20.
Christmas holiday guests of struction. you. Why not say< it with,) f' .

Little Women Mr. and Mrs. Luther Herman Mr. and Mrs. W. Nollman. s\l'1'.11

Susan Faulkner Has Birthday PartySusan Green Starke a son, Jesse Ma- --
Entertain With
tthews Dec. 23.
was carried out In the party
Christmas FormalThe Faulkner celebrated her 'decorations. The refreshment Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Woodrow

eleventh birthday anniversary table on the porch 'Was covered Oriffls Jr., Starke, a son, Stacey
Woman's Club buildingwas Sunday afternoon Dec. 22. when with >a white linen cloth and Alan Dec. 23.
gaily decorated in the holiday her mother. Mrs. Paul Faulk. centered with a birthday cake /
motif for the Little Women ner\ gave a party for Susan and decorated with Jinkand. green. Mr, and Mrs. Samuel Joseph; '
( '.i Club Christmas formal held 14 i friends.A Games and refreshments were Key, Raifcrd': a son, Joseph:

Mcnclny% ; night Dec 23. pink and green color motif enjoyed during the party hours. Carlos Dee 25. I

The president Miss Evelyn tif' '':''- "'$ ... ."' '.o'Ir '., ". ::l'1' ':";;;;r:;%::.<1t.;:,-.. : '. \.. ..-.u 1
Sinclair, and her escort, Mike ---r
:Mitchell, received guests in the

lounge Tile mantel in front was of decorated the fireplace.with Stock Up and Save!

angel hair, silver tinsel and red i

poinsettias Guests were seated at Individual Annual January
tables in the main clubroom. ,

Each table was centered ,with
:arrangements of angel hair anda .
single lighted red candle. The -- ''-" '

doors were covered with silver
and\ decorated with wide red rib.
resembling large Christmas

packages Extending from the I
ceiling were red and silver
streamers and large red bells
'Spotlighted; at the entrance to '

the funroom, was a .six foot SAVE
aluminum tree decorated with
red ornaments. Music for dance WHITE

Sounds.Jut was IIRereshments provided by the .Nil- = MUSLIN SHEETS UPTO

were served In ,

the .gunroom where the table BY PEPPi7P.ELL
was covered with a white linen
First quality,snowy white sheets woven ol selected
cloth and centered with an arrangement cotton for extra long wear. Save now at these ri
(if seasonal fruits low, low Carp's sale prices. t ,

,with and This: flowers was silver flanked candlelabra In a silver on either: epergne.containing side a or 77 x Twin 108 Fined Flat $89 Our Regular Low Everyday Prices !

: tall red tapers Miss Delia %
Rosenberg senior club president '1 1. i our reg. $2.24 I

presided ad the silver

punch The bowl Little Women sponsors. ; 81 x 108 Flat $| 69 LADIES WEAR CLEARANCEQUILTED

Mrs Clyde Sinclair and Mrs\ / F. or Double Fitted

W. Strickland, were hostessesfor I our reg. $2.44
the evening. Chaperones Included ROBES SWEATERS

:Mrs.Mr Martha, and Mrs.R. Moore N. B.,Rosier Mr.- ROSE rage $1.14 PILLOW CASES ,, r SSc -HOLIDAY DRESSES COORDINATES

and Mrs. B3b Ferguson, Miv. H. EMBROIDERED\

G. Bollinger, F. w. Strickland! SPR"GlAl'Dh, SNEETSn 50% Kodel Polyester 50% Cotton SWEATER DRESSES 2 PC. SETS
and Rev and Mrs. Tom Slaub.

.' 4dNy'% ,mOO In a Ih muhn finish.n.at.a, Nwesl Special groups nii; : ... ;) luaurJ PEPPERELL .MEETS
floral panes or broken lots, styles and si/i's Carne in and 3 0 J to off
Junior Club 72'01, tZ,99 nor 257lIeg 72X108 or 81X of.f pick up the b.-iryiMs!

To Meet ion bard Twin $ 29 Double _
MondayThe deg, 53.2'fill 9 S 277 Fitted Fitted 2 ..

Junior Woman's I'01...D.. '. ,.".d reg. $2.69 L reg $2.89
Club will
meet Monday.: Jan. 6, at 8 s lye CASE. $1.37 No Iron Pillow c.isciJes. :
.p.m. a+n + (; 'rT1"T".L [ : II '] :
in the club house with Mrs, Bill J' *ll 1 78 ,$1.49pr. ;
Chambers: and Mrs Jack Hazen
Mrs. V. J Spengler will show :;:' ? Savings
rx film on the March of Dimes, 300 5000Save

Department.which Is under the Home Life .:. 72x108 SHEETS or & more up to

Twin' C '
The: executive board will meet '11; Fitted, 237i
Monday. Dec. 30. at 7:30: p.m. +i I reg.S2 6981x108
:at the borne of Mrs. Wayna

Fitted $ 2 57 $2.99 TWIN $247 53.99 TWIN$277

SERVICE SCHEDULE regs289 our res $266 All lust quality<| (!lauds, but Clu, islnuis silcs; h.ivc Bill!| Siivmis\| for ill !ijnls .nut UIMIOI boys Junuii

CHURCHES l ColaedPlllowCesas 53.99 FULL $277 $3.29 $4.99 FULL$377 tk'plotccl ixiniplt iissiiiliniiits If/ you linil', youi buys (!jumps' also. nn'Ludt', .IS UlII'd slarkst'ts and'

CATHOLIC )I38$1.07P'. Soft cotton fill. all nylontitched Fin, woven cotton "'uti hn,. ,, up CMitiCi/ed' fur niiM.. ,,,feet :.IIU you'vu !tit| ) a It'ill! buy1' !JlllltJ! slt'rvi' slllltS
refl for longer wear San pwrod for ay removal Ci lit Pure white cotton Ml ono
ST. EDWARD'S, Starke: Sun tor tied and machine washable pertly' tailored tanfon/' ,,<1 and nylon stitched' / Sitnfori/eil' and
day !Mass, 9:15: a.m. Thurs. E machine washable nidchintt, w.ahalileSPRINGMAID. '

day Mass, 6:30: p.m. Miraculous
Medal Novena, Sat.
urday, 7 p.m. Confessions, : &
5 and 7 p.m. ,
ST. WILLIAM'S. Keystone 7 l1 l ,,111 bra f, St MARY TOWELS

Heights: Sunday Mass 9am. Savings 4CI Savings i i' 01
.J Wednesday Mass and F eltia. I I t. 1 Tim k thiisly' la-riyH in a ,tut. ) "Mlrr, )inn ul i| 00/0
.. /
= Hnluls' llnf.it iiixt |uI:<|iitinK Ituy mnN-H| ot/
: Novena. 7 p.m. ; I IUll.h t .| ',,<*d t I'llSt'Mll'll",,, illltl I iilVt*' to to
.:;. ST. MARY'S, Macclennyi Pt'I'I, r 22XU up J up i i 30/
Sunday Mass 11:30: a.m. ','.- ,y r

v t 9 i f !: our reg. SI


=: COUNTY TELEGRAPH yrr Towel 57 C Cloth 27(:

;:: Published every Thursday< reg. 69c regg39c Brukl'n si/us! in Misses and) Lfidifs' host and! Spri'i.il, !ijiixip ol .issinlfil iln-ss ,uitl .I,",II sty

: at leg W. Call St.8Urk tI Jhis. All nylon incliiilmij! op.iquos, in noveltyInco It's in If.illiois, sn"ilfs PlllIloI 01 \inyl I Oui I

; .. FU. 93001 DACRON AREA RUGS NEW SPRING BULLION FRINGED and. | trnrh: styles 'ii' iulit |pI In's cut toi rliMMinv, !
Second class postage paid.
Plush' cut pie' of 50% Dacron d. !50% Nylon wilt,
; at Starke, Fl&. Lat.. non slip bach Brushnng.d. bvaut'ful decors *t yd. $ 66
Rate: tor color, machtrt washable.' 9 rya 3
I Butacrtptton value' O 'to $4 29r. SPECIAL GROUP OF SOILED MERCHANDISE

: ; In trade area: $4.5C per 366ree$588 naO88 ; .,
: i1 Silky,' loft of 50% Had Btdulifully Ior." in lint
,.,. year; $2.30 six months.Outside $3.99 $6.99 $11.94 f 50% cotton want 'n W..r, "Ir.,. rayon Itch, ct<.coraturcolors ,. Spucial b.irynii dibit! of ill. first quality !llIlId'i.
tra.de area: $3 00 27 41 30 60 pr hrunll From lull "boll* pro, .nd n
per year\ ; '2,75 alx monthsE. a 48 H 75 china wri4bl but sliyhtly soiltul in tin HolaLiy uish. CliMrjnci' up fp off .
L 5 0 % reg.I
L. Matthews, editor and r. CARP'S STAKKK: I'l.A/A !9 TO (Ii i iS priced tis market! hurry. for the so iloorbusttuspecials.
F'HI.|{| SAT. J TO 7.
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Our editorial. .



( Ing up In '89, there. la the Fair
Christmas season' It over. mlchwill be held in March and
row and Judging by the way( a another Calf] Scramble In t&4.
lot of people looked! after the
fall. Both venbs ''have provedto
holiday they must ''have mad fie popular so far and there
A Remarkable Achievement the rounds with Santa Claus. la every reason to believe they
wonderful day and ,
But It was a. asv and better
will be bigger seat
11 we spent It with Sam's familyin
R I Jacksonville. 1'tar. ..
What a proud and joyful moment Up to now the space programhas C fO AINI1 But good wishes: '
J JUI'I tier are by
it was for citizens of the United pleased
been under the shadow of We were especially no means limited to those who
States of America when astronauts "catching up to the Russians." this year with our Christmas are directly engaged' in farmIng
Sam McGarver
Frank Borman James! Lov- tree a cedar which -WM grown By
To all readers of The Telegraph,
ell and William Anders, fresh froma Apollo 8's achievement ]has by Thornton Hartley at LK place good, green folding stuff witch we extend New Year's greetingsand
journey to the moon, steppedonto wiped out the rankling humiliation south. of Gainesville. A number pays off for all production: costs hope that each one of :you
the deck of the carrier York- which long dogged( the workers In of persons In tihte area have and leaves a good amount for will have a happy and healthful
low n. America's space program who had gone Into the business 'ef raising the grower New Year
been confident that the United cedars for that purpcse and S f iOn
With them as! their spacecraftmade States would be first to put a satellite C eeem to be .doing. .well at tt. Then, too we hope that our' our list we must Include
a fiery trail through the sky
into orbit.In poultry
people In the growing the nsw courthouse which Is
in the critical reentry into earth'satmosphere No strawberries for sale yet with go-
Industry: >a year Ing up now and will not be
were the prayers of fact a large sign along L.S. I on the highway and It appears good production icf eggs or birds "born" until around next
millions of their fellow citizens who that all the cold weather we've ;
( in
the Titusville-Coeoa area proudly and prices that will repay ahem 1. It will ,be a building we can
fretted through the few moments of proclaimed the area as the had has held back the crop. for the long hours of work they communications: blackout and then launching site of the earth's first Many of the larger growers put in, not to mention a return dedicated the occasdon will be
worriedly! awaited news that the orbiting satellite. PII have told us that they want the) on their investments
one of) the most Important la
parachutes: had opened and all wa SicAt plants held ,back until (just before :history. of the count/
well. That hope was dashed when the the marketing season, rather In our good wishes for :1969.
Russians launched Sputnik 1 in October ( than a series .of small lIVe want to Include our cattlemen
The I textbook t precision! of the 1957 and crowed about their yields which are difficult to and hope their. herds show'
entireoperation was! unbelievable technological superiority.. It was handle. a rood( increase and that pricesat WISH ID SAID
and it.- along: with any' mishap not/ until after that time that the II the market will enable/ themto
that f might have occurred the 5. we've had numberof THAT ; _
along Department of Defense authorizeduse \Although a show a good profit on their -
wav/ but did not was unfolded hp- for civilian experiments of the cold spells so far this winter. operations. In short, we hope
fore the yes of a watchingorld.. large military missiles which: it AIJOVE ALL we have not yet had a "hard" the cattle find m lot to eat, and
indicated the had developed In carry warheads. ----_. freeze .at least not at our. In so( doing, help the owners
Completely( were
place But the rain we bad Saturday rustle little
mission! planners whose timetablefor The Auto Thefts Cost Americans : looked like an ''advance up a. grub.. is like nourishment
space program from the "Ambition
the flight: had been questionedas of a cold front, In keeping with And to all ether farmers In
January 1958 launching of the first ) for the body. A lot of it
:i \putting the astronauts in clan t"I'bccause More Than $650 Million the usual forecast fain follow the
county we extend our best
the American !satellite' (weighing .11 is: necessary for sustenance.Too .
ton quickly piogram Had{ there was been proceeding any- pounds) into orbit, has been a series lit the lust i> year 671.700 automobiles( were stolen in the ed by cold.. wishes and for !success in the fields much is hard on the digestive
at the marketplace
:)Iipup those who had laid a predicate of impressive successes United States with an estimated value in excess of $650 mil With the new year coming; In success this we Include :system.! "-James R.
for such an event would have/ marred by a serious setback. lion, according to William J. Davis, Western Division managerof :up, we hope it will bring the those who grow group"greens," who Greenfield; The Poseyville
bC'cn.most probably quick to follow Tragedy struck the Apollo program the National Auto Theft Bureau. !berry growers .good season now are watching the weather (Ind.) News."Intelligence.
up with blame. : in ,Januar\,'. 1967 when fire Mr. Davis noted that the figure does not include the valueof a short and sweet one. By that .reports anxiously, hoping for !' does not always ]-
swept the capsule atop Apollo 1, a large number of auto accessories such as batteries, radios :we mean short In tlane, perhaps the combination: that will help accompany the decrees
As sheer technical achieveintnl.
a -
: and astronauts and tires, or of personal belongings stolen from automobiles. three weeks, with heavy pro- them to "hit the Jackpot" ncquirt-
the without Virgil: Grissom, Edward that some people
operation was In duction. If that happens, It win .
White and B. C'halep' 1967 this loss to American cur owners was over $104 : .Shaw Jr., Cherokee
Hoger Joseph
peer and, due to its magnitude' : : be sweet In the term of that
million, he claimed. And of
speaking! events com
without., precedent, Mere killed in a lest, a month before County- (Ala.) Herald.
the scheduled launching.
Imagine:: the training, the test- we're0011NING
MIT'. 'HIP" scientific cxpcrti.se thai Despite the oln ious dangers, the
must\ 1 have gone into such An enormous program pu&hC'Chead/ and HIP
undeitaking 11'a the culmination brave astronauts look the risks.!
of many >ears of pioneering
: (Ialinq 1I in advance of the Astronauts Hot man. Lovell and
first manned shot which now \nders! pushed further out into RING ,
seems technically crude in retrospect space than man had ever ventured our keep $
-- when (CommanderIan H before and circled the moon. Careless debris burning INTHEo II
Shepard .Ir, became the first
.Vmcncan astronaut! on May :5, Despite the technological( CX Ht.: causes forest fires which annually -
Atlantic ncss of their mission the three astronauts rob the South of its
I9I5J. being: I fired out over the : m
made it clear that thc'ere' \*
Ocean in Mercury: space cap- \ keep-in the form of thou-
relying on technology a
snip that leached a height of 117
miles ail l went :300\ miles down- alone Their conduct: was a !sharp sands of jobs.Jobs related to
range.;: II had a trajectory like a and inspiring contrast t to that of So- wood-using industries. Jobs
Met Cosmonaut Yuri (Jagannliu!::
mm tar shell. joked] that he hadn't seen any sign that put dinner on the table AT BOBBY'SHIDEAWAY

\l that: 1 time despite the high: ot (Cod! in his venture into space. and clothes on the children
deuce:: of technical skill displaxed.
; The three R astionouts Let's make an all-out effortto
:\pollci as ...
the House Committee_ on Scienceami
/I Aeronautic.. <' correctly: oh- they circled the eerie, pockmarked keep these jobs available.
s 101'eel l that "Project Mercuiy represents suiface. of the moon on (Christmas! Be extra careful with fires, .
Kvp )read .
1 opening) \passages .
: the Wright Brothers 'phaseof !
yourself. And watch for and
from Genesis and! made their flightan
space' flight": and was urp If)
appear as crude and dating;:: t In fu- inspirational, as-\well as a technical report (lie malicious woods
lure generations: a* the clumsy\ l titumphThank arsonist Let'searn our keep.

wood and cloth 'kits' of aviation's (God: Ihec'. nll;' back
hrgoneera.:: HELPPREVENf
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Eve.0 After Jan. 1


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6 Month . 2.75 -- 6 Month. . 3.00A t. TURKEY SHOOT STARTS BOTH
3 Months., ? 1.50 RENEW 3 Month. . 1.75 AT

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I 'I Let There Be light V Code Books Recall with against Provisions the said Mayor any disease.or were"to all"other also quarantine( towns mnctafof

or cities In which infections or

contagious diseases exist" and

"And God said. "Let there be to direct that detention camp,

light! : and there was light." And Bygone Days be prepared to keep anyone

man said. let there be ligftt. ". coming; from a quarantined

and there was delay and trou- town or city

ble and sometimes controversyeven :

within the confines of I
the Town of Starke.A This being the time of) year floor space for each hog. or diptherla are required to be

Mr. Powell and a Mr. 'Moitt when we are especially prone to If a resident had "unwhole- Isolated in a room as far awayas

look at the past The Telegraph animal possible other occupantsof
"was present In behalf of the some or vegetable mat-
Electric Light plant which they decided to take a peek into ter of any offensive matterwhatever" the house. ,. All children exposed -

!have In contemplation of establishing Starke's past using the city or "slops, swill, filth to scarlet fever must be
code of 1914 as our' vehicle to other detained at home eight days
soon and ask the council rubbish or matter of
not to grant a franchise to any- the first part of the century things deleterious to health." after such exposure: : and todiptf1el'i3.

The code was concerned with It to be must be detained at
one until they could make a had placed In suitable

propersdtion sic) ." all manner of people, animals receptacles and removed from home fourteen days. It shall

So the city clerk recorded of and things ranging from motorcars the town limits at least once be required of occupants of all

a meeting on Oct. 13. 1896. The to hogs to pool rooms to week. :IIOUSM! infected .. to have displayed "Aw, come on, lady-"

matter of an Electric Light rogues to stubborn children. Residents could keep a 'pi[. a placard announcing

Plant was discussed! and debated One section covered' almost pen. cow stable, horse lot. horse that such a house I Id infected

every conceivable type of "un- stable fowl house -- -- - -- - -- - - -
meeting after meeting councilmen --.j fowl roost. --
went to Jacksonville and It 1iL desirable" person "Rogues and swill barrel. water closet, privy

Palatka "to get Information '" ___ vagabonds idle and dissolute vault, water drain, water sink.
_.,__. .. who about begging
persons go
about Electrical (sic) Lights." -=--:-::: cowpen. trash pile or filth of
and a petition signed, by 95 per. persons who use Juggling ot unlawful any kind" provided It was

sons was presented to the coun- 'This is Starke'a new, more modern power plant Installed for $250,000 to serve the Increased needs games, or plays, common "kept clean from all unpleasant -,

cil asking that A. E. Moitt be as It appears en West Call Street today after of the ...lty.under&olnl' pipers and fiddlers, stubborn : odors and In a cleanly and sanitary -
children. common -
granted the franchLse. a $550,000 expansion last year which Though It doesn't seem so the average citizen, drunkards common night- condition."
On Dec. 7. 1806. at the fifth Included extrusive Fortunately, "motor cars"and
remodeling and further
enlarging. city engineers have already planned walkers, pilferers, lewd, wanton -
meeting following Powell aridMoltt's bicycles must have been
A now 1,731) kilowatt capacity generator was also expansion: ) In two re.... and! lascivious persons in rather
first appearance the rare as the beeping honk-

city attorney was directed to speech or behaviour, common Ing and ringing: caused by the

draw a "contract between A. E. Mrs. Cleveland (Floy) Sullivan railers and brawlers, persons citizens abiding! by two of the
who neglect their calling
or employment
Moitt and Co. and !the Town of recalls that Tier father. O. 1 14* misspend what they laws would have made the Town WHYDon't

Starke for Lighting the Town M. Bennett sold wood to the of Starke anything but a quiet
can earn and do not provide for
with Electrical (sic) Lights. Plant. ( town.
Record from 1904
show ,- themselves or for the supportof
Apparently the contract was that a cord of wood sold for their families and nil other The lawmakers decided that
never signed; and on March' 1. 1.73 .
) "He -had
a woodmill! outside idle disorderly ."
or motor should have
f persons every car
1897 we find the report of of town -I can remember 1
the finance committee "an alarm or signal horn"which
was them sawing wood and carrying! Apparently feeling that they
tStarke'l the driver to soundat
the financial condition of the it In-they used a big wagon had to zero in on people and least 50 feet from each street WORRY?
Town such that the Town
was -and a lot of mules."
areas that were particularly
crossing" and continue soundIng

could not afford to have Electric So It went, witl Ii
relatively few troublesome councilmen also
until he reached the cross-
light! under the
present assessment. residents having access to elec TAIL IIII passed a law declaring! that a ing. By the way the speed limit
tricity and then, it was only "house of ill fame" was a "disorderly was 10 miles per hour
By April 5, 1897 Moltt and
available at !
night And. accol'd.inlf house, dangerous to the And bicycle riders not only
Company had
apparently drop- to Jones, it cost the city peace and morals of the had
carry a lamp or turn on
ped out of the picture and we *everal hundred dollars a Town." set stiff penalties for the headlight but they also had let that accumulation of over-due bills
read that the ,Town of Starke monUi to original plant) building built around the turn
operate the plant power selling cigarettes to minors 01' to ring their alarm bells If
owes Mr. McDonald of Lake of the century is shown above The bulldlaf was demolished for allowing! minors in [a "poolor they rode between sunset and get you down! Consolidate your debts and pay
Butler $18093 for "Electric
an Then. In the early 20's the last year In (he power plant expansion. billiard saloon" and (decided sunrise. '
Lights Bill. them all off with cash
council. of which Jones was a that it should be "unlawfulfor at once you can quicklyget

On April 19! of that year "af member decided tit was time to any person to use a slingshot Along with laws about the
unit the lire department and low-cost loan from Protect
was added; In 1946 a 440 eluding on a us, your
ter thoroughly discussing (sic) modernize the ]Iant-to changeit or bow or arrow in the newfangled motor cars there
KW unit derailment
was added In 1952 a police
;the question\ Mr. Middleton from 220: volts, direct current 730 KW unit was added: ; and In Even today there is some public streets. ." was a law prohibiting anyone credit standing, get a fresh start financially!
Amoved that they except (sic) to 115 volts) alternating current from fastening "any ,Jiorso muleor
1956 five 1,000 KW units (' ) !' '. ySurrounding\ the
..th!' proposition (sic) of Mr. Me- (which was then being used Animals and sanitation for ox to any shade tree, or :any
added. 1959 Starke's city-owned plant. Some say the
:Donald In regards to lighting pretty much throughout the nation plant lack of it) also caused a numberof of the !sidewalks" $25.00 TO $600.00
hada kilowatt capacity of 6,500.In rate! are too high. Others say
the Town with Electrical (sic) ). In addition to the change laws to be written. Hogs Leafing through the ordinances -
April of 1963 old the rates may be a little higher
'Lights." from 220 to 115 the council some en- 'were allowed in town but the a product of the middle of TOWN FINANCE
gines totalling 788 KW than many places but point out COMPANY
And finally, on Sept 27. 18t7! promised 24 !hour service at a were owner had to obtain a Hog Permit the 20th Century Is brought up
Junked and 1.750 KW tat the profit made by the
a new
the first power plant was apparently lower rate. and promise to keep the short by laws concerning scarlet 226 N. Temple Ave.
generator Installed, bringing: the power plant enables the city to Phone 96.1.7449D'h"
ready to go as the pen in sanitary condition and fever, diptherla and( typhoid
plant to a maximum keep the taxes low.CLASSIFIED.
council agreed on the price of The change In voltage meant of 7,278 kilowatts. capacity have not less than 64 square "All persons with scarlet& fever

wiring a house and putting In that all the people would haveto And the
city planners
Inside lights-"wire house and change their apliances. "It were
Just one step ahead of the resi
furnish lamps at $1.00 for one looked like a ridiculous burdento
dents. When the August weather -
light and $1.25 for two lights put on the people but It had
kept residents Inside huddling1
and SOc for each additional to be done If wo had let that ; I
around their air conditioners '
light." The council "further thing go another five years look : I : >
a kilowatt of
.* agreed that the lights should be at all the additional people 4,525 was recorded. output -

." operated by the Town for $1.00 who would have -had to change it.. .

;'' each per month." over," Jones commented. At t that> time Utilities SuperIntendent _

That first power plant, which However, a. lot of people Oscar Davis! pointed out .I USED VACUUM c1_..... reeundlttoMd -I
had one belt-driven generator! didn't like it and antichangepropaganda. ), E. LaRue
> that when the peak output and *1& up. 10 dlff.r.ntnam George I
'driven by a gas engine. was located spread. At the
was the 1,750 KW reserve needed I from.
Ada brand to choc**
If find name the Classified INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
you your among
at the southeast corner !'tf next election) Jones and two were subtracted from the maxi Parts A excellent repair ariakea. .

Thompson and Jackson. It pro- others lost their council seats. mum capacity, only 1,223 KW come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO KIRBY SALES It FIre Homeowners

duced :220!:! volt, direct current But by the time the anti-change were left. araHVICE 712 N. Main. Gaines- LIFE & ACCIDENT

(which was to be the source of councilmen took their seats It To meet the ever Increasing! FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive ville' 37W-: ::0. U
a political fight In the 1920's). was too late. Bonds had been needs the city plans to Install .. _

The power plant was movedto let papers had ben: signed, So a 2,000 KW generator by 1971 Theatre Passes In. '. W. StricKlund

its present location in IDOl the anti-change councilmen resigned and a 2,000 to 2.500 KW genel'ator LEGAL FORMS. Brad-
according to DeWitt C. Jones after one year. And after by 1973. DtSTJBANOB' DID YOU KNOW IVa easy to ford County Telegraph Ph.

who born In Starke in 1893/ HASTINGS MATTRESS own a Longcchamp Home? 964-6305.
was the change, the plant began to AT REDUCED: RATES
AD RATES Better built for F ,rda 21viris. '
and served on the council end make a profit lather than los In the meantime the cIty'spower & UPHOLSTERY WORKS I AUTO FOUR. BOAT cook
Your plan, or ours WANTED USED elLS
AS mayor before moving to ing money. plant continues to pour Up to IS words ____.- 1.25Minimum 710 Lemon St. Palatka DOYLE E. CONNER Your lot or ours. Contact: Bu stove. or electric. rrfrUerator,
Gainesville in 1928. (Jones owns money into the city coffers. In ( charge) Furniture Repaired INSURANCE AOENCX bedroom
ford Mitchell. 684- beds. dinette sets
the funeral 'home here and is When Carl Johns was elected ended Upholstered & Refinished phone
the fiscal: which tfchg
had year Each word 15 _. .07 6853. P. O. Box 238. Starke sets sofas and chairs. Phone
active today at 73.) City Cleric dn 1932, the city Sept 30, 1967 (period last audited over MATTRESSES REBUILTNew t.1'.f"41' 984-7923: Dahmers tfch
150 KW (kilowatt) .
one generator
When the plant was moved ) the plant grossed $436,500') Extra charge If not Innersprlnjra
driven by a. diesel engine. and netted $183.081. and Box Springs! PUMPSNEW MEN WANTED Men cottage
two belt-driven generator were paid In advance ___. .35
purchased and they were drivenby The switch from steam to diesel Most of the profit went to retire Drop Ca A. OaBTd or Gall I AND USEDSALESPARTSSERVICE JIMMY MOORE'S parents ago over 21. Startingpay
was: made in the early 20's.In 6-B1M $29i: month promotion) opportunities -
a steam propelled engine. bonds and to a replacement Memorial*, Resolutions PALATKA SUN SPORTS
a letter written in 1959 to fund for the plant but MRS. PEGGY SHALLKB and regular increases -

Jones remembers the timeswhen the Executive Secretary of the about $65,000 remained and wash'ansfet'red 7 cents per word 2')9) E. Adkin St.BterUo. Deep & Shallow Wells -. :MOORE BOAT r OR in pay. 8 hour day, 5
he was a young bov and I I Water Softeners & Filters day week, sick leave vacations.
sick and Jones Florida Municipal Utilities! to the city's Gen. AgemtNEW YOUR MONEY
the engineer got
would stay at the plant to keep Johns tells of the climb of the eral Fund where It helped pay CARDS OF THANKS I Fxpert- Service On Ptarke I'h. 9645791SPECIAL state retirement. U Interested.Personnel
please apply In person
KW capacity. Irt! 1938 a 200 KW for a little bit of everything in- All Makes
the fire going. ... 50 wortH! or IBM --_ 3.00Kach MARY Plumbing Service Manager, Sunland Tralnlrg Cen-
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Phone 964-7061
New Occupational Courses Service Station Driveway Sal03 word over 50 __ .07
I DURRANCE IUMI"AND nil control & 2 tanks $1119. FILING CABINETS Type-
Technique and :Meat Cutting.

To Be Offered At Santa Fe Dean for Community Educational I CARTER SUPPLY CO. writer Safes. Stands.Bradford Desks. CountyTelegraph. Chairs

in January at Santa Fe Junior Services Joseph 0. Wood CONCRETE BLOCK w/brick ye- -
Three new special Interest baby .
explained that each of these ner hom 3-bedrooms. 2 baths. I
College. They are: Upholstery
will start
occupational courses and
3 !bedroom beds, electric guitars amplifiers
fee ready occupancy.
classes has a. $3 Large family room separate
and meets threa houurs each dining room and den. In 2 bath. Located Just refrigerators. by day

GAINESVILLE week. lent residential excel'I'I outside of city limits in week or month. Phone 964- KD WAIN wnw( liTGENt"Y
7923: Dahmers tfchg
I Plnebreeze. Easy
CaU 964-5641 after 5:30: ,\
"The Upholstery class." Wood terms. Longchamp Const Co.
ffc3sgt !' FOR RENT 4 bedroom brick For All Your
by Tommy I Bi.fOld Mitchell
taught Contact
said. "Is being
home, central heat and air con- ; Insurance Needs
: Hylton In his Quality Upholstery THE KEY TO pone 9848853.P O. Box ditlon. conveniently located, un I Specializing in
Business DirectoryAUTO Shop at 4401 N. W. CiiiStreet. :MB: Stance tff bf' /
furnished. $130( per moth 323
Gracious Living Mobile Home Insurance
." He said the class will
\ Randy John N, Walnut St. Inquire at premises -,
10 each Town HouaeAPARTMENTS Ph. Shirke 96 1-6t18
-. meet from 7 to p.m. DoItYourselfSEAMLESS or call Starke 964-7J.:

SALES .MEN'S: WEARSTAG Tuesday starting January 14 and POSTED SIGNS: Treated to tfchsr ,I

ending March 27. withstand weather 20c each. FOR RENT 3 bod room home.

BRASINGTON t Sell ar RelitI'1amlahed $2.25 doz. Special price on larv- SEWING MACHINE Cl tl1lf'd. Call "!"MU-ma.! tfchgSIGNS.

'N DRAGS "In response to many requests er quantities. Bradford County oiled and adjusted In your I
CADILLAC-OLUSMOBILE In the Service all! kinds. Metal oe
from persons er Unfurnished Telegraph. tf home. $3 00 Vacuum clean repairs -
SALES it SERVICEFine Stanley Blacker Coats Station Industry, we are start. also. All work guaranteed. I Cardboard The Telegraph.FOR .

Selection of Used Cars Arrow Dress Shirts Ing the Service Station Drive- Buford Mitchell FLOORING No. 768 Modern 3 Br, CBS Dennis E, CoKKins.: Phone 431-'

Taken On Cadillac Trades Puritan Sweaters way Sales Technique class on Phones home on paved rondo 20 levelacrea I I42H tfchu SALE OR. FOR RENT--

2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 S Peters Jackets January 9 in the Automotive SM-&8S> .14-1160 just $18.000 and 15',' On easy t<"rm... 2 and 3 bed-

S Ladles Sportswear Mechanics Building at 2017 N.E. down SRVKRAL GOOD USED Adding room houses. Road 100 EftS:. W.
WE MAKE Machines: for sale elec I 11 Nollmnn. Stiirko. tft'hWAITRF.s.s
CRANE 27 Avenue,'(near Chester's Oar- No. 5V.!) 50 ixcrrs part Improved !:
STORES 13 W. UNIVERSITY trlcj subtraction credit
LINCOLN-MERCURY: are)," Dean! Wood said. He Bill Powell i p.itturi's. $230 acre.No. ; MI-// WANTED Apply

Authorized Sale & Service and GAINESVILLE MALLMOIMLE noted that the class Is being Real Estate KEYS t>2l Rural area 2 Br. jtrllph.nrit'e. BrRlturCounty in person Longhorn Restaurant.

2201 N. Main Ph. 372-4373 Instructed by Henry DeLoach Call 9646464In modern cottage. I acre lot with 301 South Good" salary.. tfch*

: HOMES and will meet from 7 to 10 p.m. the Starke Plaza 'I plenty of large onk tires far, WANTED USED WRINGER I

r. Crane Imports each Thursday through March ',ishadc. Only $5.500.STROUT ()(). washer: Will pay cash or hake FOR SALE l4! XL Fustbnck.Aircimdltloiied. .
: MEN WANTED Laundry
27. I REALTY In trade on anything Dahmers full power bucket -
:; Volvo MO Aostin Healey MUSTANG TRAILER LOTS workers. Kitchen aids laborers 2117 N. Temple Ave. 01(11111 House tchg I eats., Very pood condition.

:, 606 E. University. Gainesville "The Meat Cutting! class will LAKE ACCESS cottage parents, watchman Starko.. Pla.Ph. Terms to, bo arranged IT si ill

;: Plione\ 372-4251 Mobile Homes, Inc. start January 15 and continue cooks and clerks ground-( !004-6109<;) FOR SALE Chicken fiTtlller.lime trade. P', !SHV4-5390 ttchtf
through March 26." Dean Wood $15 Down 515 Month keeper truck driver. Five and dolomite. Plt'nu out

Z MOTORS Gainesville's Discount Mobile .said. Meeting In the West Cen- Lake Lot $2500 Up day week' eluht hour day. FOR SALE 2 bedroom house anil! I'pl'l'.IIlIt; service. We ,I,' 'OR SALE Exer-Genles

; ELECTRIC Home Sale Lot. ter Cafeteria ((723 W. University -Investment Properties! State retirement vacations nice neighborhood. Eire Range/ liver. W. n. Woods: 475-4fi'l5.! The perfect Rift for all concerned

NEW MOON CAPELLA Avenue) on Wednesday eve- sick leave. If Interested: please and Gas Heater. Phone 964;580&, M.'lrn't' 4tp I.IA with Phy.sical Kltnews.. Used

\ ELECTRIC As Low as $100 Down nings from 7 to 10 p.m., the S. E. McKAY apply In person Personnel tr by all professional! teams.
instructed Carl Manager. Sunland Traln-! PRIVATi': ROOM for rent by Phone M.1-2KI5: KliiK'lry Lake
Co. 4820 N. W. tIlls 378-U4: clan will be by Realtor-Appraiser
; Motor Repair Furniture Toy Windows Alford< Meat Department Supervisor Inff Center GaInesvIlle. Fla. FOR RENT I story duplex wtvk or month. Call 96455'X: or !HH t 470lafl1 David Hitr.se.Ztchg .

y_ Inc. Windows Awning ( for Thriftway Stores. Keystone 1It,.. 173-4816 tfrhii I .1 1 p..rtnui'u I Furnished( or unfurnlNlwd. 2tchg I.2 1-2:'
Of ("In !X14 l937.;!> tfctiuFOR
;' Repairing Rewinding 116 N. W. 15h( 372-811 RENTALS NEEDED Pliril-' FOR HENT Smiiil :2! bedroom'

f..' New and Used The meat cutting chats is designed LABEL MAKERS from Ls'iod or iinfurnLthed. trout I RENT Fiirnl-shfil, ( small :1! finnl.shtnl house, 74(1 N. WulmitSt. lABEL: MAKERS: from

28U N. W. 16th Ph. 372-8318 SEWING MACHINES as a quick review of 9.95- Bradford County Tele- Realty. 2117 N. Ti-mple Avc.Stnrkp. ., bedroom>11'('. 434 Jefferson Call M4! 7444 or !SMI4-5070:; Up J.95-! Bradford County T.lecr.pb. -

J cutting methods and technique raph. Pb. 9C4-6303. I Pin i
:' GARDEN SUPPLIES for In the trade and as FOR KENT Unfurnished
persons urea $5500: 'er mouth.'
THANK YOU NOTKf Demi- FOR RENT!: Unfurnished 3
National Sewing to the field for Inn.' :3 licitriHHn tHiiiMf. :2! bnth.1.
an introduction; FOR SALE Nice 2 bedroom Cull MrliMHe 475: 52711. UrliK!
Paris Inc. tlfully engraved In 1t,1.1 or BR house: at Klngsley. Sirs. Pu-
f; Johnson & Machine Co. Inc. those In beginner stilus. home with carport. / I Phone (1I4(; .>47U !W4 N. WaterSt.
silver. $1,2tor: box of 25, In- quay phone :.VU-2209.; tfcJig
PC Complete Line of Individuals desiring more Information Located en> Fenced Comer Lot. cluiUnfr envrloprs BrmtfoniCountv ,' Herb HrrtvaADI Up!

y 8EID8-PT-ANTS- Pfaff New Home Nelc should call Gainesville Call 964-6464 Telegraph. tf FOR SALK OR RENT Two

', eetlcldPet 8upU Used and RepossessedSales 378-5311, extension 41. Registration Bill Powell ) MACHINE ROLLh. PAYROLL ENVELOPES: bedroom. hou.se tr'III'r.tIC' )

PtR1U.1ZES Repairs. All Makes for each class! will h Real EstateIn FOR SALE Midland CB two- File Folder, complete line office with or without carbon flat.- filiillv Mint tin 1,111, (''' of SI.301)) Pu>

.; 'W. Rent Fertilizer Spread era" Sll W. University 378-1363 conducted at the fir&t class the Starke Plaza WilY Radio. Phone lH5fl38. lupplln. The Telriraph. Bradford County Telegraph. til $50 per month. Cull 1NH B4H4.I .

124 N.W. 8lh 1'h. S72-0476 meeting. BUY SELL TRADE 2tj 1-2 Ph 884-91IS. rb 884-M05. ltp1qju'

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Home RuleFavored Hunting Season Draws To Close: My neighbors
As New Year Rolls Around

This 196869 '5natin season January 6; duck: goose and coot ft wt_
1 will begin to close with the first January 14, except for the special .
4./: week of January, according to scaup season in designatedareas J Zd1I
the Game and ''Fresh Water. Fish which
In County a, ,ha u F B Qrt Commission.Deer and continues through January r, >"._-:.".(;,_.J .
1' r N Hit e and bear hunting will 31. -- ""
(Continued from Page One) } 5 N close January :S s except in the RtM A.SY ,
Season tot hunting wild hogs In .dYIDR. I1IE Nis.w.
oy tne Legislature. Northwest Region! where hunting wDDO.DrRrttcT
t Palm Beach and Alaclwa counties an.oson
U AA will continue through January
a county is granted ordinancemaking NlsvtAENrs.
h 19. Turkey hunting: will Close and on wildlife manage
powers as Is al.
lowed by the new Constitution. at sundown January 5, in the ment areas open for hog, hunt.
commissioners: will prepare and !Northeast.> Central and South.Florida ing will close approve these local' bills with- (! Regions, and on January with the deer hunting season.
out the necessity of legislative ; :19 !In the Northwest and
action. Everglades Regions.
However the constitutional) Quail and squirrel hunting will When You V e An Andrews Chtrf e
provision does grant the Legis continue through February: 23. Account
lature authority! to kill and ordinance ; except In !Northwest !ffiartda!! Your Prescription Tax Recordsare
passed by a where the season will continue
county com Kept For You By Us
mission if the Legislature de. through March 2.
cides the ordinance is not In Closing dates for hunting migratory Andrews DrugsFor
the Interest of the:people.Chrisfmas tiir birds and ,waterfowl areas
) follows: Snipe, December 28; Fast Delivery Dial 864110,
Card r woodcock, January 12; dove
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Habits ChangeContinued

( from ,Page One) r a.. ;, ,.. at
Christmas mail going out ot

1 town through, there Dec.was Zf,little]967,change$8.069 .. lh t 1. 1! 4 G-r-e-e.., : ;t. vn-g-s ( )
.f. ... I 'I I .; I
worth of stamps were sold compared d

with $9,520 this year. ".; l'l'b i :1- ,;ii: !ip; "y'< VJh ir
said the volume 't'
Jackson was
about the same >and attributed Members of the 19(>8-iO Bradford High basketball! team are (U. Back row-Coach: Mike SeiUin, Adrian Brown, Christy Chandler ., .,. ,. ., "<. ,, ]
r): Tim Murplicy, Dean Johns, Freddie Graudon, .' i .t1 -
.the financial Increase to the fact and Tim ;Mur- .j ,.,, -
[ as. ""
Front Charles Hankerson, Mark Graudon -- tii tJ A ... .""._.
that the cost of mailing a row- Charles Blye phcy. =<, vo ,.' Christmas card has increased Ton :Marks, and David IMcKnighl.Basketball. y xwi& 'l \ .> > !> ; {} j i
\' \>. \
>i ,' /f
from 5c to 6c. '\ : ;t
From Dec. 1 through Christ. Action Resumes Jan. 7 71fr. .itbpLMAY 'i { :":-' x .... l',,:
mas of '67,232 uleces of mail ."' _W""
were put through the con- \ 'rrW '
ceiling machine. This year that"It ,Tornado basketballens. will to win their next five straight aging over 20 rebounds per game> Jimlnartes of the Boles tournament )''',.' _.. ...,,\::-., .",nY. .r "
to 131424. ,
figure dropped :
":: .0 1:1. )'
1 < ..
was A smaller figure but at the take their 5-1 record into action :before Christmas. That included and close to 18 points per game. when the momadoea ( "' /# ,.f, :' "''V. .,t 1it
: .' r
same time more people have Tuesday. Jan. 7. when they travel the Bolles Christmas Tournament ''Blye! bas: received support were down five potato: with less \I )\\.., .{i'T1.', J.. .,..... ;.r- '
postage meters," Jackson jointed to Lake City to take on the championship which they from ''Mark Graudon and David than ,1:20: left In the same. .'-ff; .', ,' {n'. ," -J
out. Tigers In A and B contests beginning won by whipping West Nassau McKnlght and Coach Sexton Brown and (Murphey' are both ,,: ..;'; "' \.,/ : ;;;
This year it took 18,009 man at 6:30: p.m. County) High! In a 56-55 thriller says the floor play of ,guard: adept ball handlers, Brown has
work hours to perform the necessary Friday, Jan.10, they will also and then trounching FernancUna, Tim Murpbey. an Adrian Brown also begun to show some of the
clerical work and to deliver be .en the road at Live Oak for the only) team to beat them has Improved with every game. scoring potential of!which Coach 1969 BE YOUR
the Christmas mail This two games beginning *i t 6:30, this year.60.451n the final game. The Tornadoes have Also been Sexton says he Is capable, :he hit
figure was also down from the Next home stand will l e 3tMar( Coach :Mike Sexton's charges .on. defense, hawking the ball. in double figures la two games HAPPIEST AND
13,072 of '67. The assistant post Jan. '17, !when the TornadOes :have Also ''beaten St. Augustine away' from the opposition time recently MOST
master attributed this reductionto meet St. Augustine. 6248. Perry 56-45. and Bollea after' time with their increasing
the fact that all of the em- After. losing their opening) / 58-47. ly tough man-to-man defeiu ---, PROSPEROUS YEAR YET !
ployees hired for the Christmasrush ,game by one point 5352 to The Tornadoes are' led by center Murphey stole the ball twice
were experienced:; and thus Fernandina Beach on their home Charles Blye, a senior transfer 'with seconds from West Nassau
mare efficient. court, the Tornadoes went on from 'RJE High,who is aver and made lay-Aips tin the pieInventory My Neighbors

H From all of us to all of you,






MONEY-SAVIHG, EVENT OF THE YEARAll u ..,.. Member Federal' Deposit!, Insurance! Corp.
'I was just resting my eyes," 1" One of 30 Banks of the'Florida National Group ,
sir,when the rest of me joined
Sales Cash -- Save 1-2 TO 7-3 On All Items in. ."



& RELATED ITEMS 5U / Good Stock To Choose From let Line, White Sale Prices Effective Jan. 2nd Thru Jan. 11th

Full 4-Ply Also Wide Track Red or White
OFF Wall. Firestone Dunlop Zenith.
155 W. CALL ST.



Toasters Mixers Blenders. Irons Electric THIS SALE OFF SALE

Can Openers Many other related items

such as Pyrex, Corning: Ware, Rubbermaid SMALL MOUNTING FEE AT THIS PRICE

SERVICE DEPARTMENT fU SLY t D36"wide Oa, RiwryyrlnksMd'
l RIG 9' x 12 IAPPROxI /


PADDLES, All Related items Gunshells, Front End Alignment for BROADLOOM RUGS ;.'Drina
Etc. (Guns Excluded.) $888 Luxurious thick pll* wov
Bal. 2 Front Tires en rb.
Only ) Ill"phrro
' *PRICE Will to will effect pl.ld,
Most American Cars) TOP pOLLi aG in wanted dccoritor color cAn 4
(Paris & Labor to Install Extra If Needed) f IhctNING _.slight Imperfect
I I.Or. r
Set Headlights for State f SITS :: >"f T TOP PSICI COLLARMOIROM" TOPpOIIAR Yd. ,/

Singles $1.50. Duals $2.00 AAASadi r y oogi'Forche.,

NYLON REG. PRICE Rotate and Balance all 5 Tires /-T OP fa.OOLLIR Pa1L 'a.. / Wlahtlrhaulry i'Fol 1"E"ILREADS

Complete Set. ......... .. $1995 Including Wts. 3 x 0't

This Will Extend Tire $650 dccot t" co G .3a,

Front Seat Only.. .. .. .... .. ... .$Q95AH Mileage Up To One-Third l.'e Sl aM Tt reaul t"had t Blanched Muslin RUNNER ',
lunott reupA ..
,l[ ,
R Pastels or : : o: t" t sfvrRlct
other car cushions and floor mats Printed Muslim I i '
CLOSING OUT 10P DOLLAR wl'hur.efrrm I ,l.luA' crateMr
IIpuc Rmtn D 72 .Ina> .iliniMe or cC / .p/ECE/
ONE-THIRD OFF twlnlhnd.Itr ,.. ; Y '
SIt htlnpedretlnnwill < '
OUR PAINT LINE wide Wo hhie quality not mar wearh.( Id mat
3. white n4cAln
1% chect a Vs hues wufuhleT

: CLOSING OUT TV'S NOW is the time to buy for Spring paint yr T PRtct ttt To$3.79 I Imhrd Quantitlr .CnID t'rW' SDIWe S
ing Interior & Exterior Latex or Rubber tlqua d Shaht lyre
1 ONLY All Channel Console Rase -_ Outside Tung Oil Base Porch 1 wnhtn rtndt'R wh.d "NO IRON" Poi :STII i COTTON T0P DOLLAR aul.r.eruh .

21" JJ-\V Reg. List Price $289.98 & Deck Enamel Many Coldrs To Choose PILLOW CASES t PRKIr S.tn
> Ilaht l l lm|>rrfocti, c'l C..c.
Cash Sale I Price From All Top Quality Vartung Oil Base [ ( M p / Hilda Ir nctl fur SI.44 ra. 2 1 NNOW
$19995 NEVER' 1IEFORE AT THIS PRICE! I".mh 0kC 1 i \ I ovely pmiirl color* For WASH CLOTHS
1 ONLY All Channel Portable 1wY M'wrh1' Y pt.tda # mrk IerryClotA
500l Some As Low As ,tu lvfaolvfatlt tt Ip
19" B-W Reg. List Price $179.95
.sheht lmWd'cts EXTRA FULL( / M

Cash Sale Price $12995 $213 GAL To uAa F EXTRAJurrtoo PLUMP! S' *ilJ -T
RKt 23l x 29" Cut > s V voP

FOAM PILLOWS \/ .> o oollRP t r

l Hand w,.hil'lf pur* $2.49 Q
W. MADISON ST. tram i "Molhpra.ntu'.">-n dirrIC rlr., | .at..at! '1

FIRESTONE312 I STARKE, FLA. qudhYDroadtuom backS s it TOP bOLLAJt felon 2 -3 r.' % COIIO ahwrhltantlmP rnLtd S'

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Vo-Tech CenterRegistration Kf ; 1 iwrr V Av t I

Set l I 1 i iTi ,

V/eek of Jan. 13 f '

Registration for second semester ,
courses at tM Bradford-
Union Vocational-Technical! Cen
ter here will be held during 1.1pi
llin week of Jan 13.

To be offered during the see '
cud semester will be courses; TIrd'G
'for liigh school credit Including .

general education, Spanish, par
liamentary procedure typing!
and shorthand and courses) for
preparation for the GED test
(high school equivalency diploma
Vocational and technical

courses' to be offered include /. WHITE, BLUE A COLD WATER ARROW .Limit I W SS.OO or more purcttai. .eluding cigor.tt.t
bookkeeping, welding, automo.
bite mechanics radio and TV, *
small appliances and basic DETERGENT. 49ALurUINID.IlCHNur

clothing construction. . .

la The Circuit Court of Th* BABY FOOD..1O'
tttltltth: Jatliclnl Circuit., In nay.
for Urnafvnl County, Florldn.STATIC .
JF PUOJtlUA. an Agency of :
tho State oC Florida No. 303 Can ASTOR FRUIT No. 3OO Can H. MAID PORK A

andIIR.UFORD COUNTT, & Polltiinl Limit. I S"garof "Your( Choice with $5.00 or more purchase excluding:' cigarettes
Cocktail Beans
dl Florida subdivision, oC the! State . 5/$1. . 10/$1.

i'etltloners t ,
Defandanle 5/$1. 3/l.
!sl'stMo:>s> 1'0 SHOW' CArSQAM Sausage . Candy. . . BAG


NOTICE:: PHOCEEDINOi THI OK NAME KMINEJtT:Of: I tIN AND'THE::DOMAIN BY STATE AUTHORITY Gr. Beans. /$1. Detergent. 4/$1. r"'I I "iii=- ia !

OK FLORIDA? ,\ ." ..,-......,.......,........., ,
C'O.XCERN: and to all persons :
and l Inrlle."Imlng\ or having ::1 JOl LUCKMargarine
any right' title interest estate, .!. :
muitcnRc or other lien to or 1_LB CAN 1::.\...,. 00011 T..u. J NI : 200-Ct. KLEENIX 'ACIAL No. 2 Can THRIFTY MAID YC
i.ii tlioH certain parcels or ,I N11 ;
land l lwrl natter .described and :.......... .::: ;:.:;::
I thu following all unknown por on", togeth..rwith persona Tissue 4/$ 1 peachesS/89

t.J"i lining ly through' or under
l known pvrBona who are den.l."I'
who are not known to be COFFEELimit 7-RolPkg. SOFT WEVE ll-o SWIFT'S' LUNCHEON MIArFOLGER'S
'tad or alive, to will

3. T. Jack: eon Tissue..23* Prem 2/89*
403,, I-nnvale Street
Baltimore, Maryland ASTOR
SILO N'o. 132.1

Vivian Nnrmnn l 13( .l1'Allk"Institute> No.Jitclcsonin Jackson. Sow 132.1 JcrseRSRD c A A Ii Towels 4/$1 Chicken'NN'D89<

: TjitnValo Street g 12-Ct. SANITARY NAPKINS KOTEX OR 13-os. HITTERS

Baltimore SRD No.: Maryland 133.1Prrtlnti
J Modess 39 59
P-U1-II: i"5nSSfl:llradford( :a Countr Mnt head*>. Asparagus

piTlptlon ; 1 CoHee( ol Your Choice with $5.00'or more
HID NO. 132.1 niatit of \rt purchase: excluding cigarettes

"C'r That! nf'sKM, ot NEVI Of SCC-
lion ii, T. d S., K. 22 E..
J,)'lnfr! melt wide of and within!
33 feet of themirxey, line of SWIFT PREMIUMCanned
st.it.-' HURI .S-S1-B, Section 28fl302i" BEEF SPECIALS
>2 Hnld siii\ey, line being
ill-Hi"i'Iliril RII follows:
Hi-el" un tho east line of Sec USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED BEIF W.D BRAND lean
thin, 22, T. 1\\ N., R. 22 F... ftt <
a point 77i(>.7 feet northerly from Chuck Roast. -.59 Beef ihibs..LB.49 HAM
Hi.. 1 SIS 1 corner. of. said !ii'">t'on elecriiH .
:?!'>. tontlniiv tlienee N. 43
the I...ginnlug or *
.. aoutliwesterly, hnv- LB.69 LBS. 99
t-,1\' to the Chuck Steak Stew 3
I nJ.n rndtiiB of 572.!>8 feet. run anilmmthwiRtei . .
thence iv nlonc said curve "''-L", 10/2.oB. W-D BRAND QUICK FROZEN
thnxiirh 47liuifis a,lotnl a distance central angle of 470 01 DelmonicosiB$1.49 Steakettes 88* 4 tB: : $' 99

tent I" the' end ot ORld curvetrun 45' . .
89 decrees
thence S
24" W. .37232, feet. Min thence. USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND Cam Fed.../Round Bone Vtr-D BRAND (HAN GROUND
N, 00( ,d"nrePB; 31'!) 30" "'. 134392 < CAN SAVE
feet to the tipfflnnlns, ; of n curve Sh'ld. Roast LB,89 Beef $1.47
mncnxp t" tinSR having a rnrtiiiu . $1,00Or.
fit n7'21\6\) feet run thence
nortlincKtetly: norl hand north- 2.-lbW.DIRANDAIIM.otSs.wOr W-D(rand USDA Choice Corn Fedon.I.L.N.Y.Strip, .

..:aeterly o nloncr total central said curve angle Steak $ 1.99
tinnull" Chuck. $1.99
nf I" degrees 33' n distance said of . .. .
the end of
40SA!!: feet to
Curve run, tlienfft. JI 48 degrees!
t 5f: 21" E. 133S41: feet to the
point HO1(!! 7 feet northerlyfrom ,

1 r'oiitnhiitiB 1.802 acres. more or USN o. 1 REGULAR
I.<.RR. exclusive, of existing road PORKPUCNICSL.39'
rk'ht of way.
OWNET HYI !ShiifT! JacKsO'n,
N"r::' >nn ]:vans & TJlmore Evan,
& Elizabeth: Jaelcvnn. his wife: POTATOES
Norinnn .Tac-lcnon, : Roberta Baron <
( & Flovd Barton her hus- BONES 23
hand :: .7. P. Jackson & Vivian.111..lc..nn.
Ills wife: Evelyn Dray-
ton & Eddie. Drayton, her hus' FRESH HALF OR WHOLE TENDER SLICED PORK

tin nil.rLR.1SE Perlaratlon. TATE:: of; NOTICE'Taking thatn hay : LIVER EB.29'
above etyled fl LOINS.-59
"'AlIA'ncriulrlnir'pn' filed bv the authority In the Petitioners of -,these the I A LB. A .

liroceeillriKS, for the taking FRESH QUARTER LOIN SLICED INTO PORK

1'etlt thf property Ion for the described. purposes(. In there.the *

in of for way described n and poitlon 1 ,drainage to of wit Slate, easements as right Road! I BAG j7r CHOPS -68 HAMS. LB. 69Sov.o.

S-2t-n. In Bradford County
riorld.i find that the Petltlonerawill
npplv: for an Order of Tak- SAVE 102
lim. and such other Order as the
Court deems proper, before the
ITnnornble (let.. L. Fatten one
of tho Judges nt the Circuit
Court of the Eighth Judicial.
Clrinlt. In and! for Bradford
Count FloridA. on the 22 day 'U.$.Na. Baking; RustN10-Lb.log Save 6' l-lb. BASKET SALAD

of .Inriunrv.:A.M.:A.. lr D. 398 the Bradford at 10:00o'clock : 39* Morton or Ocoma All Flavors

Flm County'lda. Cotirthoujp Ail parties. to.at the Starke suit, Potatoes 69 Tomatoes CHICKEN, BEEF or TURKEY OCOMA MEAT
interested may
iippcnr and' ''nil' and parties. he heard, at the time YOUNG SWEET JUICY FLA. Sov. 10'Oranges
1-lb. Beg

nii't hereby t((Ulnu on You Place heretofore,nn commanded and Answer designated each\ril.of to to lli appear the you this ogee are by). Carrots..2/25': 5-049* Meat Pies Dinners

entitle Court o-n or before
In the..1nl22., 196. to show what SWEET MILD Save 20' Half Gal.FrsshChiIisdFI.lIL.MAROr.ng.

In-right..II nv title of yo-U.interent described have! or.in,liens In and you saidhow to Juice 59*

Ih.pplltlon.propertv: eause ken Rutabagas . .
the Ma ma should not be t set : 5/1./ Ea. 39
and purpose) J
fcn for'tli tho In "he Petition filed here. U.S. No. I YELLOW(s-Ib. b.9..39'' Save 10') Save f love 10U.S.Na.lCo.R.dSwaarPotatoes

In\\1TXr'I Scnl dIY of of this:December!'!'?! mY'Court Hand, on.A.D.\ this and 1088.23reS the Onions 3 X* 33 4L6S69ALL *

"harlcl' A. Derby PURPOSE ASTOR 16-ai...39' I-ot. INSTANT
and Cleric for of Bradford the Clrealt< County.Court In *
5 69 Potatoes. 25
Florida: Apples BAG .

Dys Cleric Charlci A. Party' ......... .. ............ ................ .......... ......... .. ............. ................ Save 90 THUNDERBOLT BR AND Chunk...Br.advd

T. A. Yawn. County Attorn- .EXTRA E XTRA rrrv EXTRA. : .EXTRA ;.1 I EXTRA ; Shrimp! 2 ,' $1.99 1
Brslfo-rd County Courthou.ebtarke I I I I : I I AH GREEN STAMPS : I d'N GREENEST AMPS. : .de.,,. GREEN,..,, ,.STAMPS.... i: 1! t
Florldi< : and .dN,. ,a GREEN,.r,, .a.. STAMPS. H>fi*.' n. : .d'fl, ,,.GREEN...,. ,w...STAMPS., ,,.,..,a : -,,,.,.,..,. : -.,,,. n. .w 46-UX :4eAN.w :.
.... 1MN
z.l/ .u" Quee. iw 0 INO .
t2-IMI.M' ArtNOWTAluminum
Ronald E. LeI : t..OIl CUPALMITTO 11(1'( crave *Bi SLI mum. d +., 10"0 ADNN.ON /4 TMMirrv MAID' Coffee Rich 4/l.
Hayden Burns FloridaOt Btlllolnf .,1.rD ., FAMM :.1 .BAT LOAP. OH .HCAOlIOVCAI ::1 4 1't Mac. Cheeie ,, m(! Foil Fruit Drinks :
Tallahassee Pimento Cheese ., PANMAOMMJn.. Cinoit Jan : X, t fuNl.In. a, 8.: Coo JOG S, 3 4l (
for the PetltoneTjIWIT "'t Good Jan': S, 3, Counsel | :
\ : .
: .. .n .. II :. :1 .........h ; : ........" ."" ........ ........ Pie Shells. 3/l.

r. .I- .EXTRA: EXTRA "EXT-.RA. : .E XY.RA. I' .. TRA ,' I l-lb.(Glee.)GOOD LUCK Plum 100 Stampt

BY 8T.OLd'TR\TIOT" ri 4115510.4T.ILLAtl.tea.r.'WCHAMSO TYI BITf An_..!....GREEN......_._STAMPS._ ......... ::I I I d'N..!"-.GREEN,..". .. STAMPS."............. :I I I .06'.l:!!.....w.GREEN. ....__STAMPS_....... 1::1 1M I .d'N!...!...GREEN........__STAMPS.-.. ...,- :::1: 11111 *,'". I*GREEN.."...u.. ."STAMPS.,.-*...Htll W ;: Margarine 5/$1

OX Mp. dieter' : TWO BO FOOT HORC1 .* .
FLORIDA ,' THMKB lava Pa4CMACMIN :1(1'( TWO PKOft FI .'I dill Nil TftftWAtta I
k -!,-< Bide win .OUTHKMNWhite UYMNl.e 0" So ran Wrap.OM i Cleone&Seol.r '
Competitive OOOO : : : Save 9 16-o< >hFro .Whol.CupPa li STRAWBerries -
h. received by k State Putchuslnir : lee Box Cookie =1 Acre Pea Mince Meat Pie* .. | .lull. -J, .t. 41 I ..... .
Comml"l. s:Ml ll':0' 4 "-'''- .:..n4 ...... a. ,a. 4 :1 Is : 0r... .fan.... ."R'. ... | : -
4 flood Jan. :Z 3. : .... ,:1 I "' 289jft
211,3. .., .. .
Jnu. .
A::0.1. nn the date elw u i If meSViSnrJ'i. 0f Coo.. ., ,,... ....,,. ,: .. .. ..., ,,,, "e .. ......... __....." ......... .. ........ .. .... . .
: :1 .................. ............ "
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.. 1865 ... of o:............................. ................... ........... ..
JI.'I| Pine Onn. ,
Rid nianka. CemlItIeal..sagperiflcvtinnm
M! obtained
from the State. rurcha.ln. Commission. .
William Recta- I r It.> Illoxham.Dulldlnir. C..lhouBjStreet. .

The. Commission l'aliahaesee. .*. reserves Florida. the We_Give! GREEN STAMPS.I

right to reject AI I ;t,amer 13.7X all blel. : .

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/i Children of Deceased Veterans on A. Tawn. COla lilt, ;Judge)I are hereby notmea ana required U,First 1968. Publication: December. THURSDAY JAN Jr..Z.111 13ney. R.. W. .<,
tbd the total cash vale. of saidestate to file any claim or demands ant and must ne sworn to bY'the ;ln; Certain designated, a leasr,OT A. Z. Adklns. .
Is l.alS.44; and that thename. may have aralnst 12/11 U IIII. claimant. his' aunt or hl.attorney 1/ May Be Eligible for ,Pensions and addresses of those to aid eb..tatla.'rn the Office of the or It will become Told ,Florida.State Prison Ralford.Florida. .. la. the Office of the,
whom said estate h. been al- County Judge of Bradford County according to law i Bid form. may Je secured pleading .
Court .
from that office Clerk of
slvned are as follows] Florida. In the Courthouseat November Z9. 198Dxlay f -
Children c deceased service Dixon at Fla., 411 Redrrave Strut calendar month from the date Bradford County, Fl .Mej DAISY BUDGET MOTtRISAdministratrix !' Business Manageic. on or before the 11 day 0
Petersburg. .
men may be e'iible for pension. .1'. 0. Box 621 of the first publication of this In re: Estnts cf IVEN MOR of the Estate of i.at i .4lei ,of Janullry. 1960. It you fail to
even though their\ mothers are .. ..... ..Err J.dtr.'s C.a" UA.d Stark, Florida. 93091. notice. Each claim or demandmuat RIS, Deceased. Iven Morris. Deceased. seas do 10. judgment by default will
r."B.re41.r.a C..aty. F1.r. Dated this 5tt day of Decent"tin. be In writing and must Notice To Creditor. First publication on Decem. 'The Clveal Court Of TlerN.F9gatte -be taken Alraln.t you for the re.lief -. .-.
not.This ; \IeI'' 196$. tate the place of residence and All creditors of the estate of her 13 1988. Judicial Circuit In A.4Tor demanded In the Complaint.shed .
lit iMon may occur I'1 t Pr**et* FIU W*. 1MT ", R. Plate2 pout office address of the claimant Iven Morris, deceased are here Thom.. & PierceIttnrneve ( Bradford County.Alexander TAI.Florida.. Notice shall b. ubll. ,
under either ,* ti'O circumstances In Rei E.tat.of P. ;J. Pellum Ct 1I. /. and must be evrorn to br by notified and required to file Hlldreth Spllman. becuttvocweeke In the foul DrlfUfClrd! eon- .
Hr. DecsMtni.Kotlo the claimant. hili agent or nly and claim or demands which O Plaintiff -v* Qlenna aeralUtn
: FI' -1. Ue .unremarried. Of Entry Of Order Of attorney or It will become void they may have "lfaI1l.t the ."..eIellt.te Sta .Florida. WaYland Spllman, Defendant. County Telegraph\ a newspaper
widow may be> Ineligible because. Administration I7nn.e..u.ry' according to law. In the office of the coun- 121121 tt 111 NOTICE OF SUIT of general circulation: In Starke.Brndfonl .
All persons having cls.ln or .T .CosiatT oI'ad.' Crt OfBrndford Haile tv :judge of Bradford County TOi Olenna Goraldine Way County, Florida.
iher lucerne exceeds limits set Co..t Florida. I. CARL1. Adminietra- Florida, In the courthouse at LEGAL NOTICE
demands .Inst th sstat ofF ? > HAILE. land Spllman, whose residence Dated( llila 11 day of December
by law. Second, when.' oIL widow J. Pellum, fir., the ..bov.named .. .1'1'..... Nfl. tor of Estate of MADIBJLIAMS. !: 'WIx.- Stnrke,Florida, within six calendar Seal.Il' Bidswill be received l.t R.'F. D, 1. Boston, CulpepperCounty 1908.
decedent are hereby no* In Re: E.tate of Made Wll Deceased. .month" from the date of UU to and not later than 10:00: Virgin; .\L)
receiving( a pension: for herself titled that an order of admin- lit RIB. Deceased. Eugene F. Shaw the first publication of this no. AM, February 3, 1989 In the of._ You Are Notified that a Complaint (t!CH\ni.n3 A. DARBY, ctnst
and her children remarries she Istratlon unnecessary has been Notice To Creditors EUGENE F. SHAW tice. Each claim or demand Ice of Bu:Iness Manager' for Divorce hue been filed< '
All creditors of the Estate et Call Street must be In writing and mu.t Florida State Prison, for' theVurchaae C'SyUlBeulaht!
entered by the Honorable Ther 142 Went against you and you ire required ).Z. Moofly. Deputy
loses her personal eligibility fora 1\fADJE WILLIAMS Florida tate the place of residence andpoatr.fflce of harvesting; rights of
deceased Starke
.... 1 of yourAnnwer
__ ClerIC
... Plna to serve a eoi P>
''pension based on her :veteran Administrator address: a of 'the claim Pulpwood and Sawtlmber he &%/111 it IIHAM
._ .01' Pleadlnr! ._ eon
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husband's -----------1. ------------as----a1Oa ------
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Minor children, Dixon said
may continue to receive pension liij

ther.though payments The they in eligibility live either with case Is their limited even mo f I HOCKS 10 n We sell only !1 j ..

only by their personal Income. II I
If a child's income Is greater fI
than $1.800 a 'year no pension I SMOKED : U.S.D.A. : I
will be paid,but the child's own ij FOOD :
earnings are not counted In this I III

$1.800 A widow's Inc mE.personal Ineligibility DOUBLE Choice #I :
should not prevent:Iwr from applying -

may be for paid her to children.certain survivorsof Pensions i SAVE DISCOUNT I e i steaks' FA I RSUPERMARKETS

veterans Korean of War the -and wars the Includingthe Viet- I i0 LB PRICE! li i beef i i i 3

nam era who died of causes not LB I I I
related to tlielr service. Eligibility
and the amount of pensionare and roasts. "
determined< by the survivor's 1

veteran Income.Information problems on this may and be other seemed HOG'JOWLS ii i j"I

from laeal Veterans Coun
ty Service Officers or by Mr. II FOOD FAIR I I SHOP EARLY I

Nine Deaths CLOSED I ,
Predicted For I II I NEW YEARS DAY
New Year HolidayThe I


has predicted nine traffic death i OR I THRU TUESDAY DECEMBER 31 It. I :::::
for the New Year's holiday per. PRICE; I I I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED I :
Col. H. W. Klrkman, Director! I LB I I I. :'
of the Derailment:!, of Public
Safety .ald.! "I1 you are inclined .
to make resolutions for the
New Year, start with the vow PANTRY PRIDE
to DP conscious behind the U.S. CHOICE BONELESS
wheel. and start with the first GROUNDBEEF FRESH. PORKSAUSAGE
The official holiday; period be-
Kins at 6 ))om., Tuesday Dec. ROAST OR RIB ROAST
30, and ends midnight, Jan. 1.
If the Patrol's prediction Is
IU8DAJ raoo r u
Tirct there' ( will be one traffic
death every 33 hours over therclamcly [CHOICE! ;USDA ,
short 30-hour holiday (CHOICE rsaiia:
period.Kiikjnan. _
\ : concluded by saying
"If you fall to keep this particular .
resolution, you may not
have to worry about keeping
any otlieis.""




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R. W. Hamilton number of grandchildren. t,. .mAn .-.:: t .
Services Held Funeral cervices will be heldat 1

I In Alabama Memorial t 10 a.m.Chapel Monday with In Rev.Jones J. investment in Your Future .., tf--: __

Thomas Staab officiating In f.
Raymond: W. Hamilton, 43. of terment will follow( In the family: .., 19 > 4;.. : .-.; ; "w."" : '
Raiford died Wednesday Dec. plot In Hope Cemetery under '. ".. '. 1 *: :.: .1 Ci .. .
126. In the Lake City Veterans direction of DeWitt < ::: ,;. ; 'j i :,>; ; '* 1, i .. ,.
Hospital after a short Illness "uneral C. Jones ; .i,1. ,'" ,.'. :,.,"f..! ,. ...., ''' <\t:. 'I."";.M.. .1 1.1! .
Home. Lt'H .. ; :"! mAl>; r ,, li. I : .
: :
He was a retired Chief
Officer .of the U. S. Navy and: : ''I. (> :: ) i ; :d ',1 ;,t 3 ... 1J.; : D
Veteran of Mrs. Tomlinaon ",.where tretsuri h, there win (Mart sha"K
a World War i2. For ,. ... ., ,,., ., '. .. ., ,.,. .... ., _. ,, ,.,, .. ............ ........ .. .. ,, ._, ... your your ... ... y.1 ,
the past several he SS''i'OJANA Yij.t01+!%Y."w" SSYm" :FA:"%:':+M:"'+fsSa*i'altk"" W"! 'Y ,1w'v4: }m. 'AU'''''y I,'''''''' =N""'?N.' '''''''''tlta''''' ;"yo< >''''' '''Xsy. = ""ly" r 'h''''''''' ''"'''''''''' ys.W":' >< "' .w.h w 'r "t.".M w Vm yNN..yyNm' .M'N+ N
year* bad Dies In Lake Wales iJ1", j".;::,,;:;; AAi""' ",=_ x.,,; ':,:",, '*'=*')ii: '*> &'sT+trat > d d. : ..,;.:;,,...', ".> 5SSPKWW? ,
been emploYed as
| officer at the Florida state Pri Mrs. Mary W. Tomlinson. 88, CALVARY BAPTIST HEILBRONN BAPTIST
soh. Sunday: School! 10 a. m. Morning CHURCH, HIGHWAY U N.
widow of the late Dr. J.P. Tom
Worship 11 a. m. Training Sunday, School. 9:43: a. m.
Surviving are his wile Alice: linson, died Sunday, Dec. 22. In '
one daughter, Susan; two sons, Lake Wales, where she tiai: ifrnlon, 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser Morning Worship 11, Training t ",:,:;,:; m wi'&Wf.tf.' ;' l W l l i!1 1 {iti; ;i'm'i'i'i..1.' :' ;;';;;':'; :
Thomas and Terry Hamilton! all made her home for many ycara vice, 7:30.: Prayer Meeting Wed- Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Service iiJ\} \ : ; 't
nesday, 7:30: m.-Rev. R. OH. 7:30. Midweek Prayer Ssr-
p. : ,
of Raiford; two sisters, Mrs. She Is survived by two sons, ....... .1" ..... .., 7'. :.;.. ,. .. A:....
Butler, pastor. 7:30. ; OJ Co> ;
vice : .1",1' .. ... ;" .
John Little and Mrs. Jclin: Maples Laurie of Jacksonville, and J. :::::: .. : ,.,., .--- .: ::::
both of Birmingham. Ala. -Rev. L. Tommy Howe, Pastor .::::.:.:: .. 1".: .;of. '''::1'0$::::
; Pitt Tomlinson Jr., of Lake ... .. .'" '::I'.9. ...;v;.. '..:...
and two brothers. 1 ::::: ". 'r. 'l
Ray, 'Of Mont. Wales; six grandchlldern, and : ; ... :;:;:
BROOKER ':':' ....
gomery. Ala., and Hubert Hamilton nine great-grandchildren.] "" --' ;>;$:':"
Sunday School: 10 a. m. Morn ., t
Thomasville. Ala. The Tomllnsons were one-time GRAHAM BAPTIST CHUUCn mr { f1j

Funeral services and Interment residents of Starke, where Dr. ins Union Worship,( 6:30: p.11 m.a.Evening m. Training Service Sunday School, 10 a.m. (Morn-t ;::::: ... .."(." .......,t :::::
will be In Thomasville. Ala. Tomlinson was engaged In the Ins Worship, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. .: j
Dewitt C. Jones Funeral Home practice of medicine for many 730.; -Rev. Lacy Conway -Rev Fred Johns, pastor. : : 1111 1
was In charge of local arrange years. pastor. ,
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ments. I ; : : :: :

Services Held CHURCH 10 ...... / ..... t
Sunday: School( a. m.
Located Bayless Highway
( en !
Funeral ServicesFor For Angus Hall 'SR 225 at Raiford Road lag Worship, 11 a. m. ''

Mrs. Janie Cox (SR 161, Union. 7 p. m. Evening M3rn'l II. .ilil
Of Hampton .
Services: Sunday School, 16 8 p. m. Wednesday night .. ,
Of HamptonMrs. vice 7:30: p. m. Everyone .
a m.: Sunday Morning Worship
Angus Hall 63, of Hampton, come-.L. L. Parker pastor. b' '. :
11 a. m.: T/alning; Union, 6:30p. wel-t .. ;' 11f
Janle Mae died Wednesday Dec. 26, at his
BD of
Cox '
m.; Evening Service, 7:30: ; '" .. ...,.
Hampton died (!home following sudden Illness. OF CHRIST .
Saturday morn CHURCH : t
Midweek Prayer Service. Wed< 4. .
Ing after a lingering Illness. lie was iborn Jan. :32, H905 in nesday. 7:30 Rev. Glenn LavA Sunday: Bible Study 10 a. m.tMorning : .,M. : ., .. .... .: 1@j
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She was born In (Hampton, the son of the late : r. ': :
March 30. 1880 BradfordCounty the :Bolen and Sally: Saxon Hall. He hon, pastor. ion( Service Worship 11 a.and m.Commune Evening: 1 I t1 fm Jwmmmmmmttmmwmffft 1 1 1 1 rftt1J t1 1 tmm 1mm1mrmmmmmrmmmrt1 11 1 1 1 1t 1 1 1

daughter of the late John, and was a retired farmer and a BAYLESS HIGHWAY services, 8:00.Wednesday: t
Elizabeth Hagan Phillips. She :member of the Hampton Baptist BAPTIST CHURCH : Worship service :::::::::::::::::::::::: AFTER THE PARTY IS OVER r:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

was Church a member of the Episcopal Surviving Church.are his wife, The Sunday School. 10 a.m.; Morning p. m. Minister Jack P. Bell. 11 !llllfi.ltiliiiii!:[ } I! !
Worship; Service. 11 a, m.; t4MtmWiim: :: :@
Surviving Is one daughter, Ima Rhoden Hall; four sons. NORTHSIDE BAPTIST l Ha\e you ever t felt like this; little girl; after u big, ; !
Training Union 6:30: p. m.; Eve .. ... .. ....
:Mrs Emily Goodson of Miami; Eugene of Palatka; James of CHURCH .:,.:.: ::: : ::": : :: :' :::::::::::::::::::.:.:.:.:.:.:.: exciting d lay lit the )Fair. or n ]dity' You know how.:..:.:.:
ning Worship. 7:30p.: m. : :':':':':':':::::::::::::: n:':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':' ::: :
one son Charles A. Cox Jr., of :Bunnell; Jack and William Hall Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, Schedule of services: Sunday 1 I :::;:;:;:;:::::::.:.:.:::.::W., :s' ::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:: you( feel cvcitcil, said n"t (il I; but you f 1'1.rood/ :::::::::::

Hampton: a brother, W. M. Doth. of Hampton; one sister.MrM 7:30: ( p. m.; G. A. Meeting, Wed School. 9:43: a. m. Morning Worship j;i m&KIn: ;" ; ; ; too. Sometimes you just teams to lie down and think :::: t
Audry Geiger, ... .
Phillips. Jacksonville ..
; and a 10:45: a. m. Training .. .
; and eight grandchildren. ne' day. 7:30: p. m.; Choir Re. 6:45 Evening :::::I < i I:::::: about 1 I it. Hut 'let the I little I one in this pii-ture you, ::::::::
ion. : m.
heaisal' Wednesday 7:30: p. m.: p. un-I I ::;:: .tOfl'% f':::: ::'
Funeral services were held! at 7:43.: Mid-Week Prayer : also( are too tired to "remove 'oul'lm.t) ) hat or your :;:::
Bro the hood meeting last Mon-
4 p.m. Friday:: Dec. 27, In Jones day in each) month. Rev. David //Wednesday, 7:43: I p. m. :.::;.:::'1D' [ Clinch It Cod'i opfnlntri' .n.r In Mill .:...;.. shoes .:..;.:.:..::. t
(Memorial Chapel with Rev. :MeJeircs;: pastor. t :.:::: world' 'for,ipr.adlnj IK.hnmlMfp 01' Hit Ion ::::: :::;::::
Merle Packham officiating. Interment FIRST PRESBYTERIANSunday I ;:j:: ; 'tot'a'.u.NI..n.armon, ( .,..nd ::::: Sometimes) it Iii delightful just to lie do\\n and, ::::::;:

was la Santa Fe Cemetery CHURCH OF GOD School 9:45: a. m. ::tt A 11 la Hint k>.. by ,Ininf" his nrighbir. without" a thi.nk of something ICc<>od and, woiidci'ful and happy. t:
Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Youth :; this' ('minding. In Hit too. ol Cad M gntnvmini :.. .. t
]It is Ini ,
422: N. St, Clair St., Starke. .;: f ::: good just to sl ill' and sort til d.iy-drcam about :: ::::
Fellowship 6 m. Choir Practice :.: or t witty or nay ol HI. will longP.IUVIM :: :: .
p. ::: :: : :
Siuidny School. 10 a. m. WorshipSevlces : : 9 ... wh.it I lias I .. .
: .:.:. \ happened.Tlwie :.:.:.:
Wednesday 8 p. m. t I ': and tt hndoim I hi(h we hold! udooi A .. ... .
11 a. m. 7:30: p. D
Robert D. Burch 1':: till ,Inniloblr ptriili Thtrdort' inn
Rev. :: ;:}
*- m. Prayer Meeting! Friday. 7:30p. : f' are other timed in our lives! wlien we need .. .
::: Immaa.lethp.1.1atvkwonnhouldwppal' ':':' :: :: t
_w c. m.-. Rev. Chester J. Shoupp, RAIFORD BAPTIST CHURCH :::;: lh. mush loc 'lh. ..ke.1 tho..11... ol, him n ;::'::: to nclrie\e u sense of quietness and think of Coil,! The ;::;::;:

Ask cfo pa&tor.HOPE Schedule of services: Sunday I ;::;; nil and hi, family liyond thai, h......, vt:;: I'salmNi nayi! "('c,""""" irith/ )prams/ -/a firm t afoot/ :::-::

BAPTIST CHURCH School. 10 a. m, Worship. 11 a. ;:::;J'i:: ...., ,."on'h..l..ph.ldo..p.clpa'.ln. r:(:;: /11"1'1 ln'il, itinl" he at it/I." I'salrn1:4.: 1. God, says; in ;::: ':'
CharleyE. tlji611 \ (Highway 100 at Theressa) m. and 7:30: p. m. Training UnIon 1 L a' Ihi Chuiih bMouH "II till Iht' liulh, about C O: :.:: I'salms. lil( : ( "/'f xlill// unit' l.ntiir/ Hint I UM (;"cl.." :;;;
Sunday School-10 a. m 6:30: p. m.-Rev. Jack :::::t!! .non';lilt, dtath and dntintht; "truth .hlchalora ..d ::::: :::::l :
A cheerful heart is a good Morning W01'ship-tl a. m. Stolte, pastor. ;:::: i will ul, him Irit to a.. .. a child ol .. ::;;: We invite you) to attend! church and sense? the still, ::::::1. :

medicine.-(Prov. 17:22): ). Training Union-6:30: p. m. :::; l{ Cod ,e:;;1 quiet holiness" that is (idd's' ( presence' In the midst (of :} : I

Johns Happiness is symbolic God.of Evening Wednesday! : Worship-7:15 Night Prayer: p.Ser m. Sunday PINE School LEVEL, .BAPTISTMorn iP::; / ;;: >: U:: l::: OC :';::: the conlregntion ::::: :.

".\u'o About' insurance This QurdUon rates, :are n Trust relax living, all be a your awareness happy affairs person of to God free, Packham'lces-7:30: : pastor.FIRST p. m.. Rev. Merle People ing vices worship,(Booster and Prayer 1L *Band. m.Service,pre-ser-Young), 6 l : ::'Co''Fj gi S.r\t W ;ii1j 1m\tt;\ : j;}!!)ii1;; ii;;; ; ; ;; :::NR i irm 1 ; t; : m ;;ii::!:!:!:!:!!;:;:;:;:;::;:;':;::':. .: .!;: : t

determined by the drivers from anxiety. Happinessleads ASSEMBLY: OF GOD p. m. Evening Worship 7 p. m. p
to health. It releasesthe OF STARKE Midweek Service. Wednesday,
who have ,accidentand
: negative thoughts that West Wel.lon\ St. and Raiford 7:30: p. m. E. It, Bowers D. D.. r r4y.
high claims.. Hy urging hinder our bodily functionsTo Road pastor.

tour legislators" and Ianjut \ be happy is-to be one with Sunday School( : 10:00: ,,'.,-m. j .
hoi'it i ies to make and en- the rhythm\ and harmony,of vlLon: a. m. Marnlnu; Worship1S6 : ,,.. GRACE BAPTIST. CHURCH i .- ....
Tutee! adequate traffic I laws'. life. APpr h" .'th""i'ci' 1tr'(' .00- p. in.: CSA-SerVtee l .'*7OOr: ;t./'STARKE' v ?; :. ..>-. .. ; ., .' '.Iotr.vwi.r.'.' ... .1"'M ..If!. t. .y\ .. .; t .
anti by I't'fusinI"/ l< deal; \ presence of God within you p m. Evangelistic! Services. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn.ing : "
\ith repairmi.i. doctors, with joy and happiness, and Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. Midweek Worship: n. Tl'ahnaU1.! HURST SHELL STARKE 66"
Prayer Meeting .Isn.: 8 p. m. Evening Worship.! FAULKNER
in. expectationswill ,
and lawj."!1':0:; ho psid' your greatest :
Pastor: Lester F. Richardson, 7. Wednesday Prayer Service: ,
,iirstiu claims\ :;, run the come to pass. ;7:30.: SERVICE SERVICEU.HAUL
-Rev. Vligil! Lo\ett GULF SERVICE
flint ..1' \In,,uranre 1'\; U"> he '1to', pas
retarded::" CHURCH OF GOD p RENTALS Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 904-7231 I

422:!:! N. St. Clair 'St., Staike. SMYRNA MISSIONARY Tire Truing
Charley E.MO.. Sunday School. 10 a. m. Wor- BAPTIST CHURCH
JOHNS ship.! II a.m. and 7 p.m. Sun- 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday services Truck Trailer Headlight Adjusting
day. Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. : Sunday School, 10 a. m. f

131 So. Walnut St. 6 66 FI'lday.-Rev. Chester) J. Shoup. Preaching 11 a. m. Training Complete Lubrication ;/ Brake Service
:ae, pastor. Union) 5:45: p. m. Evening Worship Minor
PltoneK4S070ulIlB Tune-Ups Wheel Balance and j
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7 p. m. Everyone welcome. ::::-:.
-Elder A. G. Flynn, pastor Alignment ,
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 1011 N. Temple Avenue
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral HomeSTARKE Sunday Service: Sunday PHONE 964-5899 t

Sunday Jan. 5 Brotherhood (School. 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship 410 S. Temple I Starke All Minor Repairs

: PHONE 964-6200 Breakfast Meeting. 7:30: a.m. 10:45: a. m. Evening Service 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke
Sunday School, 9:45.: Morning 6:30: p. m. Midweek Ser I

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176 Worship at 11< ; sermon, "Come, vice, Wednesday, 7:15: p. m. STARKE BUILDERS I
Let Us Reason Together." TrainIng -Charles Reese, minister

Union, 6:15.: Evening Worship SUPPLIES, Inc. I LAWSON
RENTAL SERVICES 7:30: ; sermon, "Mending ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL I t
Hospital Beds .- Wheel Chairs -Crutches Monday. Jan. 6 Trustees Sunday\: Services: Featuring Ace Hardware OF STARKE INC

Meeting 5 p.m. January> Bible 8:30: a. m. Holy Eucharist. AND COLD STORAGE
Study< Class, 7 p.m. 9:30: a. m. Church School.< I Complete 1 Paint Supplies :Buffet Lunch $1.25 t
We In Custom Slaughter!
Tuesday, Jan. 7- WMS Coins 10:30: a. m. Family Service.
i ( Eucharist 1st and 3rd Sporting Goods 11 A. M to 2 P. M.
Cll Meeting 10:30( :' WMS
;og. Cutting and WrappkijI -
MUTUAL OF OMAHA'SWILD program 11:15.: Covered Dish Sundays: Morning Prayer, 2nd< I
Luncheon, 12 noon. Bushes.Meeting and 4th SundaysJ. ). "Check With Us First" Buffet Dinner $1.75 Prepared for Deep>> .'..... ,
Thomas Staab Rector
12:30.: Junior Choir and .
219 Washington St. 964-5270
GA meeting 4:20.: January Bible 5 P. M. to 9 P. M. WHOLESALEU.

Bible! U. S. 301 North Ph. 964-7600
Study Class, 7 p.m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Mornin Phone 964-7059)
SUNDAY G:30 T.M. Thursday, Jan 9 Bible! <; Worship at 11. Evening
Study Class, 7 p.m. Worship. 7:50.::; Rev. Carl t I RI



PERKINS Sunday School 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning ONT tOL CLFANERS t
MARLIN Morning Worship at 11. Train- Worship) at 11. Training 24Ft. Wide
lug Union, 6:45.: Evening Worship Union 6:30. Wednesday night Under New Ownership
-,.-- 7:30.-Rev.: Luther A. McGee Prayer Meeting, 7:30.: followed | Also 12Ft. Wide t
pastor, by choir practice, Starke Nursing Your Certified Master
Home service 2:43: p. m. MOBILE HOMES Dry Cleaner
-Rev. Melvin Hamel, pastor.
639 E. Can St. Starke Fla. Campers and Traveltrallers _
Free Moth-Proofing ,
STARKE Phone 964.5745 for FREE Keystone Heightsand
FIRST UNITED METHODIST Free Pick-Up: and Delivery
STARKE Inspections and Estimates Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320
BUSINESSDIRECTORY 311 N. Temple Ph. 964-5794 t

Sunday Church School!, 0:45:
+1 a.m.; Morning Worship, John
the New Year. 11 a.m.; Sub EDWARDSGrocery t

AUTO SERVICE District Council Meeting, 2:30: CO.
p.m.: MYF Snack Supper, 8 p. and Market
m.: MYF Meetings 6:30: p.m.; t
Gilbert S. Brown Evening Worship Beginning of Official Class Ring Better Service: For Your Groceries Meats- Feed ,

ChurcawWda Mission jGfcudy.;
Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems GAS AND OIL
Standard OH Service 8UUM 7:30: p.m.

r ATLAS Monday ConunLsaton on Ed. t BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts Jack and Gladys Edwards
TIRES a BATTERIES ucutlini 7:30: p 111.: Official t
Budurl Term. Road Servta Board 8 p.m. Jr Girl Scout. 142 W. Call= St. Starke Title Insurance U. S. 301 South Start.
PHONE 91-7071 3:13: p.m.Tuesday.
PRESENTED BY 407' N. Temple Starke WSC3 Executive t Phone 984-7064 158 W. CaD Ph. 964-6881 PHONE 964-5312 I

committee. 9:30: *jn.: WSC3

JIT. 2, Il(1Ir! ;; .I'll. 1-7103( a.m.: Jr. Girl Scout, 3is: p.m.

I I' :.STAUKK; ; I'LOIUD.Y I Service Station flren'a!Wednesday Choir Rehearsal- Younger! 3 p.n ChU-, 0w1Ied fly: Those W. Srr la Twelve Northtm-t Florida Co ntl.. -H elpill4 Our Memb* Live )s.ttefEMetrleafly' t

i I Prayer Meeting and Bible Study. =Eeystoos H.l. -Phon. 4734911ID
IItPREoENTIlln. .. 7:30: .
I C Oil lAlldoaUeaOeetITea p.m.Thursday
: Mutual, \ MUTUAL OF OMAHA INSURANCE COMPANYlilt r TlrM ........... Chancel Choir Re. ,
j I '.( : I InturaiK AMiliiU: United ol. Omiki"' ROAD 8BJIY1CKMl : fcearsal 7:43: p.m.

OF OMAHA Home Office: Omaha. N.bfaa Mtf 1W Start Friday older CbUdrea'i
I Choir Rehearsal 3:30 i
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'.Y Y YYYYYYYYYYYYYYTlLA1YIEY Bryan family was :held In the Cleveland, Ohio and his daughter subject.
banquet room of the Park Land Mrs. Donald Griffin and Mr. Bridge is one card game
Restaurant In Gainesville at Griffin of Tampa. On Christmas where one can never learn "all
noon December 22. In attendance Eve, members of the family there is to know.." Even this na
besides Mr. and Mrs. Bry. gathered with the Dorkos for a tion's finest experts take lessons i \
Bjr Xnz* Bluebird. an, were !Mr. and Mrs. Ronald family dinner. They were Mr. from. the superior International
S. Williams and son Kevin, all and Mrs E. B. Wells and sons\ experts and vice 'versa. a
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11 of L&wtey. Mr and Mrs. Ralph of Huntsville, Ala.. Mr. >and Mr*.. :The meetings' will consist
IE. Jacobs and Miss Louise Jercenson and son of 1 .
Church Activities !Kaneth Terrell mainly of actual play of the
n 2 Grace United Methodist: Sun. of Gainesville, and Seaman Gainesville, Mrs. Ernest Wells, !hand by all.! The first meeting 0D
::0 1969 day School 9:45, Worship 11 a. Theodore A, Bryan of the and Mi, and Mrs Arthur Green will ba ,general definition of J
3 m. and 7:30: p.m., 'MYF Wednesday (fUSN, presently stationed at and children: of Lawtey. the scope of the course, the
7:30: p.m. Great Lakes 111. for Radar Mr and Mrs B. L. Wilkinson material to be covered< and
First Baptist: Sunday School School. A series of events led to Jr. and family of Jacksonville returned other general Information .
8 4 9:45: a.m.. Worship 11 a.m. and this special dinner: a silver wed. Sunday' after spendingthe The second meeting will be
t 7:30: p.m.. Training; Union 6:30: ( ding anniversary for Laura and holidays at their home here. bridge etiquette point: : count
5 p.m. Midweek .services Wed Raymond, a birthday anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Burton Rosier and hand evaluation' .responses,
nesday 7:30: p.m. for Pat and Ronald. This and family Palatba\ !. and Mr. re-bids. when to open and the
Church of God: Sunday School was a very special day for the and Mrs H. H Brice and family correct choice of suits. Some of lv 1969
10 a.m.. Worship 11 a.m. and entire group. 'were Christmas dinner guests of the other areas to be covered
O 7:30: j>.m. YPE Wednesday 7:30: ( I Mrs.! H. C. Wainwright, and Mr. and Mrs. James! Rosier.SPEEDVILLE: will be; "tie\ short club," varlliiiuLiuy .
Mrs Patricia Waters and daughter .>.... conventions, eta MeitiedtIUew
p.m.Highland Baptist: Sunday spent Christmas: with Mr.and .',.i..i-, Hit :rinesse slam
1969Time School 9:45: n.m., Worship 11 a. Mi*. Clyde Wainwright in ;orN; .ionising I re-doubling( 'no- -Yea
We send our 'm, and 7:30: p.m.; Choir practice Eaton Park. 'nii.p play correct defenses,
to say, best wishesfor 6:30. Prayer meeting Wed. Mr and Mrs. D. Nolan and I if., ninny thers. May this New Year ring
"THANKS" for the New Year. nesday 7:30.: children were visiting Mr. andMrs We hope to make the course
with and
your friendship We 'are pleased to note that T. V, 'Duck and family By Rosa Ilutchlnaon: enjoyable and profitable to all. O Q joy you
and good will. Miss Janet Brown Is recuperatin last weekend Nut only vll the essential elements yours all year.
at home after several days Mrs. Ed Durham and family of bridge be taught In an
BROWN'SRefrigeration were holiday visitors of Mr. and HAPPY NEW YEAR!
In Bradford County Hospital easily! understandable manner:
BROWN'SRefrigeration Mrs 0. J, Boyett in Valdosta Happy Birthday to Janet Pro-
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders enJoyed but continuing contracts- and a J. HOUSTON'SGulf
And having their whole familyat Ga.Mr. ctor.!: (Dee 27)) and to RegenlaAnn possibility of a permanent E. HARDY
And and Mrs. Orvllle Bumgarner Byrd, vrtwjw birthday was
home for Christmas. They bridge club! will be available to Service
Air Conditioning were Mrs Pauline O'Toole and of Green Cove Springs were December 25; also Jacqueline AUTO SALES
Air Conditioning calling on friends here Sunday HutchiPion, who celebrated on all.Contract
children who are .visiting bridge is clearly a Harry & Hilda Houston
through the holidays. Mr. and 'afternoon, and attended the December( game which, Is ,both challengingand
Christmas pageant at the Methodist We are sorry to report that
Mrs Johnny Jenkins and family, icwarding. Its social valueIs
James Anders and family of Pal. Church. Frank James Is in hospital, and bigh and it Is >a ,game which -- -
MayBe 1969 (Uka, Blllie and family of Law. Mi and Mrs. Sumter Harleyof wish ,him a speedy recovery usually generates much .enthus'!'.
tey. Other visitors were Mrs Croydon Pa. .spent the first CIIU1CU1: NEWS arm: We hope to stimulate the
of the 'week with relatives. Church of God by Faith Sunday -
Dan Parrlsh and grandson of Interests of all available Individuals
a happy Maxville, and Mr. and Mrs. Seba Holiday ,visitors of Mrs. Nellie School, 10 a. m. Bible Class and make this a long HAPPY HOLIDAY
Row of New Part: RIchey. Wilkinson Mrs. Daisy Boch and) 12 noon WWC. 6 p. m. Evening lasting; activity In our community.
for A dinner for the Raymond W. Lynn were Mr. and Mrs. Maines Service, 7:30.: Prayer Service, .
year /GrlMls! and family of Falatka. 8 p. m. Wednesday. Friday SEASON
I and Mr and MM. Virgil GrittU night service, 8 o'clock.
you and and children, all of Palatka. Mr. Pleasant Grove Baptist Church We take thisopportunity
NAPPY and Mrs Tom Whaley and children will have Watch Night Service to wish
of Jacksonville. Mr. Whal- startirg at 9 p. m. Tuesday. warmth and
If' yours. ey's mother, Mrs. Roy Fayne Sunday School. 9:30: a. m. Fellowship you happiness.
>and Mr. Fayne of Detroit Mich. ,11 o'clock. Evening
0 and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith Service, 7:30, Wednesday Night
of Virginia Beach Va. Prayer Service. Rev. Leroy
Visiting Mrs Hattie Darley Davis pastor EWer Walter
and Miss Sina Prescott were Camp, pastor Church of God
Lotiny Prescott and Mr. and by Faith. Minister McOollle as
Mrs Vaughn Prescott and children sistant. Everyone Welcome.
s y'iL\\ of Klngsley Lake, Ralph
Darley and family of Staike, and $

e Mis. Mosley Prescott's, of sister.Jacksonville Mrs.\ Evelyn RecreationNews Var e196 .

Mrs. Fannie (Harper and
grandson of Starke were Wed 9
nesday supper ,guests of Mrs.
John Brown >and family. BASKETBALLThe 'vi-
Mr and Mrs. A. C. Pearce Men's Basketball League 1969 t
were! Wednesday dinner guestsof : will ctt underway, Monday, Jan. tLhr
Mr. and Mrs. Wailen Sapp; and 6, at 7 p.m. with Triest Con
daughter in Jacksonville. f ,
Christmas visitors of Mr.. and .S't h4l a f ff
I Produce going against '+ i
Mrs. B. L Wilkinson were {; i ing r""T 'zHURST'S'
and Mra.' B, L. Wilkinson Jr. end o 'S tar Ice ",Plaza Out -year's ll- '
family of Jacksonville Mr. and Champs who were sponsored by May you rise
Mrs. Roger Edwards) of Jack. Stark Chrysler & Plymouth).
sonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Char. STUDENT to new heights
les Wlnkinson and daughter of BASKETBALL' LEAGUESThe of success and happiness.
Starke. Recreation Departmentwill ,I
.L Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scarboroughand continue to register students I I
KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKENC. Wells ElectricM. family.of Jacksonville. Mrs. fa. no'!. u j.I' cat leagues: during EDWARDS GROCERY & MARKET :
week of the holidays
Don Lee and daughter of Starke, the remaining
R. BRASWELL C. (Bubba) Wells and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tatum and the first week 'of Jack & Gladys EdwardsU.S.
scheduled to SHELL
and children enjoyed Christmas school Practice Is SERVICE
dinner with ''Mr. and Mrs. Eugene begin the 2nd week of January. 301 Southisioi

Peaison. .. .
]Mr. and Mrs Herbert Buck cl T1KIDOE( ; LESSONS __I
Daytona. Beach were visiting 10 START, JAN 7
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore on Elementiy Bridge will be offered .
Friday of last week Mrs. Buck by the Starke Recreation
Is the former! Ruth Goodfellow.. Department beginning January
The Goodfellows! were residents 7, at 7:30: p.m. in the Pratt *t\\
here for several Street recreation hall.
Mr. and Mrs. B.yeans.E. Reddish It will consist of approximately :1W
spent Christmas with Mr nnd ten two-hour sessions meet. : t:
4 Mrs, Jack Pons and family in In* a\ 7dD: ) p m. each Tuesda;*
.; 'altahusct.: The course will be designed to
take person with' absolutelyno ,
Mr. and :Mrs, R. E, Lee, Kar knowledge of contract bridle "<=:::::: I
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en and John, were Christmas tlncugh the elementry stagesup :: <.
dinner guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. to what Is called the "learn. 'i ,
4'PkL\ O. I, Peterson !in Arlington and inK" level. JVt this level the 1969 ;
later visited Mr. Lee's brother Individual: will be able to play : : '\> '-
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. comfortably and intelligently ex-:
Bvruss Lee, in Jacksonville. I.I.-.H < !\11' of) her knowledge of /
Visiting !\fl', and Mis. Joe Dor. contract bridge through play,
PlUvd ko during the holidays were Mr. daily articles written by experts, /r
Dorko'.s brother-in-law. And sister and!\ various books written on the I .'
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Full Week of Movies Set Pancho Villa, King Kong Star 1

At Florida For New YearBurt I ) ,I"I-1 1"1 a woma.1 -At 301 Drive-In This WeekendA

Lancaster performs In mere." -jtJffNb double feature with Ktnj cldents could have been taken
7 "Mcr "The Swimmer," playing at the Cornelia Otis Skinners, leading tz' Kong and Pancho Villa plays from his rife and brought to the
Florida Theatre Wednesday and Broadway star and monologist Friday Saturday, and Sunday screen In detail.
a Thursday Jan. 1-2, as a sur- for many years, makes one of Jan. 3-3. at the 301 Drive-In.' This was the period when w
biubani'.e' who leaves a gay her rare screen appearances dn Holding beautiful Linda Millet Villa fought insurgent military
swimming1 pool party and decides the film which also stars Janice By Martha Sue McCain In his massive fur-covered: paw, leaders determined to wrest
to swim home via poolsof Rule, newcomer Janet Land- County Extension gigantic King Kong climbs a power from President. Madero,
his friends: along the way. gard Marge Champion. Louise ,.. Home Economics Agent 1,000-foot television tower to for whom Villa had originally
Lancaster; who wears a pair Troy, and Joan Rivers. wage mortal combat with a man fought and to whom 'he remain.ed .
of blue nylon swimming trunks "The lid 1 With Heroes" made robot replica of himselfas unswervingly loyal all of his
for the entire film. Is the center starring; !: Rod Taylor and cta lid. the halr-ralsfng climax of We. ,
figure In every pool side encounter la Cardinale plays Thursday an PEP UP YOUR "King Kong Escapes.." In tile film, the character of
It !Is the relationshipof Friday. Jan. 3-4. at the Florida. HOUSE CLEANING many veteran homemakers that The 35th birthday of the most Villa. Fleiro. Urbina Madero
Ned Merrill with his neighbors An exciting romantic action drama Every time you see lor hear ota If you do a minimum of housecleaning famous monster In films Is and Huerta are all taken from
\ that provides. the sharp the story deals with a precarious group of homemakers getting every day you have marked by the. Universal release real life. Vlllai\ himself Is port-
0 emotional Impact: of "The Swim- air cargo service that together in full force these days. that much less to do on the day of the Toho Productionin treed f\s a revolutionary a
becomes involved with smuggling you can be pretty sure wha.t the when you want :to do something Technicolor It was in the military leader of genius and afar
in liberated Europe and reason Is. To put It In plain else. A floor that's washed each early thirties that "King Kong" thinking political romantloall 1.ar .
Norto Africa following Work words, the girls are bogged day Isn't going to be any {prolem burst upon the scene to become of which he was in reality.
War II. The lllm co-stars Harry down with the daily essentials of on the sixth or seventh! day. one of the! most successful
HapPyNewYiar Guardino, Kevin McCarthy and housekeeping, and they want to Scrub the sink and the range movies of the era.,
Peter Deuel. learn from each other( the way.'and top every day, and there won't Pancho Villa and his life offers .
be a single day when [
"War Wagon" starring John means of lightening the bur- these. any of a fascinating study for the -
Wayne also play* at the den. becomes difficult. historian. In Villa Rides" the

Florida Thursday and Fridayto They all admit that it's not set If the your clock housecleaning bothers YOU by clock.don't( second.. ...... ..half....... of---the. ....drive.-- -.-in'a.- aIffNewI
make a double feature. really the work P
up it's the confinement
r Just set it by certain I
r thingS you 11
Deborah Kerr and David NI- that sets them, down, want done. You'll find the extra .
yen are the leads In "Prudenceand Some say they want more .
hours are there, anyway, to use
Here's hoping the Pill" a sophisticated and more efficient housecleaning r
as you can en.tov them beet
yours will be a very comedy revolving around the equipment, and others '
controversial birth control pill. say they 'want less I Let's admit RENEW THOSE I o ,
prosperous one. it's OLD LAMPSHADESA i t o
Excltlngnewcomer\ Judy Geeson. a national problem this
one of B:?ta1n'.s fast rising new business of being house- good way to renew tired- t.
4 1969 actresses, appears as !the teenage cleaner, homemaker, chauffeur looking lampshades for use in a I Y@[ "
: niece of Kerr and Nlven psychiatrist, wife, and mother. recreation or family room Is to w q znLL
who play) husband and wife. The And don't forget to throw In cover them with self-adhesive
niece triggers off a few problemby community .worker, too. Most plastic: available In many patterns r
4 replacing) her mother's;} birth women are that. and colors. Select translucent HAPPYeJ4Wear
control pills:! with! asplrii. About the only reliable I solution plastic and apply It right I5
"Prudence and the Pill" plays) is to try to plan a work over the worn or faded original I n i
.Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday schedule that, fits you rather material.To .
Jan. 5-7. at Florida.' than the next gal. Forget( what insure good adhesion, first
". :.II Mabel next door wants. Decide remove dust and soil by acrub- w1tc
what you want. There's DO bang the worn or faded .shade
I WISH I'D SAID profit in deciding you're going with thick! soap or. detergent AND '
to get through with aU housecleaning suds; then rinse and dry ..thoroHighly. May 'fortune smile I 1969
.=7 '. THAT by 11 if you :just can't: If the shade la drum r on you .vrylt
do it If you have to cha/uf. shape, measure the plastic carefully .p of' lh. way.
four the children to and from. peal away the backing r".,9" '',ri d ( .yr
Bradford school, and be a Den Mother oo little at a time, and wrap the 1 f COLONIAL
CRAWFORD'STenneco top of it I new layer around the shade.For i E 1J City Of Starke FLORISTDon
a contoured ,shade, make a paper
Abstract Co. Service "Inflation has one good Good housecleaning Is the first pattern of the area between Utilities Dept and Dot Bagwell
point Your kids can't get sickon aid to any overworked woman.' the wires that form the fr>arne.
Rudy Crawford a nickel's worth of candy." Easy equipment such' as the work. Use this pattern to cut as Natural Gas
-Lee Call The Star Valley right: lon,- andled mops and tha many sections as needed, allow.
(Wyo.) Independent. right sponges and the right faucet lug one-fourth inch overlap, Ap.
attachments for easy dishwashing ply these to the shade, and cover .
"Inyour vacation driving speed up the neces the "seams", by gluing on
remember, bad attitudes, not sary Jobs marvelously. They're strips of cording The edges can Buck's Groceryand
bad luck cause accidents. worth every cent they cost. 'An be finished off !with cording of.
Donald J. McCausland, The >automatlo washer. and dryer cut fringe. The rejuvenated shadescan Market :6 : -
laundry work down ,
',. Forsyth (Mont.) Independent Because ire been considerably.proved by n sudsy subsequently sponge be wiped with )

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Conner Named 'Man of Year' "

New 1'69V In Agricultural FieldDoyle ICoodman'

Year LI1 Conner commissionerof Connor bas also encouraged ;
the Florida Department of trade relations with Central and
Agriculture' has been named South America and in 196 led I %
19C8 Man of the Year ;ta Serviceto the establishment of the Latin tl ,
Florida Agriculture' by "Pro- American Ministers Conference
,549 gr sslve Farmer" Magazine,
Announcement of the recognition .
is made in the magazine's''
.. January Issue. I'D SAID

....3 In 1950, while still a college THAT
sophomore, he .was elected -to ;
the Florida. House of Represent
tives. Just seven years later, lie ELfrqqoji
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I\y ... /iwas named Speaker: of the
\ I/r House He served two terms -as
Best wishes for chairman of the committee 04)11) "Truly a wealthy person is
continued agriculture one that is respected for what
success '. In ..i960 the magazine's editors ho is, not what he haM."- -A. J.
and happiness in -- report. Conner brought to Hudson, The Olustee (Ok I la.! )) '
I the New Year.STARKE the post of Commissioner "a Chieftain. 1969 #
Ij .ci
youthful exuberance that bas
'I' j **., helped make .a great Industryeven "Don't> fl'l'lIUITY! for yourself
Good fortune greater, feel !sorry for the folks
attend you all Conner has also rememberedthe who have to I live with you."---
the days ahead. ultimate Importance of the Frank HridKvs. The Smith-
MOTOR PARTSFrank role of the consumer and In 1967 ville (Tex. ) Times. TASTEE-FREEZ DRIVEINStarke.
established a division of consumer Gulf
.Jarvis, Manager services to weed out "if. money could.\ talk, it
unscrupulous merchandizeand !-*" \\'Ulllclak.111:1t I happened. ?' Service Florida
Service Station coordinate consumer protec- James II. Russell, The lieltini Seeker D. (aoodmanMutual
tionth magazine points out. ('fI'x.1) Journal.


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I Where Do Bradford's School Improvement- Funds Go

(Editors Note: At the requestof By Jim Calloway In each county to be used in -
the Bradford School Systema CPESC ConsultantA Improving education Each designed to produce more) effective Supt. Tom Casey put It this Another staff development ac- is earmarked for instructional student $25 for these purchases.In .
teaching! in the class-
consultant In communicationsfor farsighted Florida Legisla county had to submit Its "E.I.E. way: tivity which will take place materials and supplies addition, $15,000 was set
Columbia Regional Education ture this year started the pub Plan," and each plan had to be looms. "You can't very well tell without cost to Bradford County This means that $10 was set aside for stocking the shelvesof
Services Center Is taking lic schools on a program of Improvement approved by the State Department The teachers then divided info where you are going! until you will be a course in audio-visual up for each of 4,000 pupils for the Middle! School Library.
a look as an "outsider" at the aimed at making of Education before the for groups, with some remaining find out where you are as a equipment and materials. It the purpose of paper pencils, Priority five, with $6,000 bud-
county's Education Improvement Florida education the best in funds could be released. more graphic arts trainingunder starting point. will be given in Starke by a crayons, paints, and a host: of geted. Is for maintenance of
Fund Expense Plan and the nation, This was done Only one requirement was established direction of Charles Hall, From the findings of Nunnery University of Florida Instructor, other consumable Items. The equipment and seems self ex: -
its Implementation to date. mainly through the Education for the use of state art teacher at the Middle and Fr'ossard, plans will be and follows) a similar course important and significant! factor planatory. It would be foolhardy
This' is the first In a series of Improvement Expense: program funds: Each county school district School: others worked with made for further staff development recently completed. The latter here Is that no longer do to purchase thousands of '
articles by Mr, Calloway. The (E.I.E.). in preparing its plan for learn Principal Richard Jockel to procedures to be used was taught by Dr. Charles Cate pupils brliinr home a note telling dollars worth of expensively .
I program will not be evaluated, The latter phase) of the "ed- expenditure of the money, was all about tapes and tape during the 1969-70 fiscal year.Their and was attended by 33 teach- Die parent to send< money to for its 'maintenance.
but an explanation of its alms ucational package," voted Into required to make staff develop recording; another! group learning report is expected to be ers. pay I for these items "Fees"; for its maintenance.
and their implementation effect by the 1M8 special session ment the number one priority. Francis about projectors from Chariest completed and presented to A workshop for administrators have ben tone away with. In the next: article of this
be given..) of the legislature, allocates The thinking Behind this re principal at Starke Casey in the early spring, and and supervisors Is listed! In Another $67,000 Is earmarkedfor series Priority two superv Isovy/
$1,720 per teaching unitMorgan' quirement Is that Improved ]lowe Elementary and CurtUs Mar will cost $2,000 of E, I. E. the Bradford E. I E. plan, but instructional equipment personnel: and priority three-
principal at Lawtey and
leaching skills, techniques and a fourth ;. funds. has not been held. Assistant Each elementary' pupil was al- para) professional personnel,
group gained a work.mg
understanding results In more University StudyTwentysix Superintendent C. M Clark said lotted $10 and each secondary: will be discussed.
and better learning for students.It knowledge- overhead projectors key teachers, elementary this will probably be arranged .
also takes into account the the making of transparencies and secondary, were after the survey of needs has -
difference between "certified" and other projector granted released time last summer been completed In the spring. SEASONS '4 '
Marlon Payne
A And qualified. Under existing for enrollment in coursesat Funds are provided for a con-
Ftate regulations, a person can Greene vocational- the university They updated(" sultant who will conduct the
bo certified to teach a parti'ctilar technical experts. Francis serv- their knowledge and skills incertain REETINGS
rd a overall director of theworkshop. workshop.Other
such li'oravyscience
areas as
subject, simply by com PrioritiesIn
pleting designated college cour 4 music and special education addition to staff development
'HAPPY lies, but still not qualified to The groups worked In those They have since been mandated from the state
teach the subject, areas during the morning for sharing their experiences with leve. Bradford has established
weeks, with the
Bradford County school district other teachers, and conducting four other priorities in its E,
NEW given over to curriculum
workshops within their schools.
I. E.
e gained from the Educa plan.
study and work at levels, plus This was provided at a cost of
tional Improvement Expense: Each of these Is worthy of
YEAR program for the 1963-69 school planning for the opening of the $7,959. full discussion but space does
:year to the tune of 345600. new The Middle School. In addition to staff develop not permit this to be done in c OF OMAHA
What use has been made of this!! About summer workshop cost ment which has occurred or is this first article However, they
May this day money, what has teen accomplished $43,000 with personnel in progress through the use of should be mentioned briefly. { AGENT
:attending being paid at theIr E, I. E, funds, Bradford Coun- m
and what Is planned for Priority two calls for employment !/
the regular
light wayto salary rate for each ty is one of seven school districts -
the remainder of the current day worked.Study, fsr: four curriculum coordinators Nathan L. ModlingPhone
contentment. r ('hool'year? which are served by the at a total cost of
In this the first of a series, Columbia Regional Education about $52,000 Three of these 964-7405
No. 1 priority Item-staff de- Under Way Services Center ,'elopment-will be discussed Ini Two university of Florida pro ed at Lake City. CRESC Is a qualified personnel.)
; lessors Dr. Mike Nunnery and consulting service which provides -
i some depth.! The other prioil- Priority three Is employment
t ties, established at the county Dr Robert Prossard, were engaged advice and assistance in of paraprofessional personnel,
level, will be listed and given early in the school year early childhood education, ex including 27 teacher aides and
T Best Wishes brief attention. Each of them to make a "baseline study" of ceptional child education, secondary eight secretaries, at a total expenditure -....
21 IflullL + the entire school system. curriculum evaluationand ';- '" :"".; ',
will be ,
j for theO discussed In greater of over 100000. The {. ..
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; depth in articles to( follow From this study la expectedto communication. functions, duties and responsibilities !- \
coming year Early Start come an identification! of Considerable help. has been of these personnel will
Staff development began InBradford the needs, the4 strengths and given Bradford by CRESC be described in a later article
County last summer!, (the weaknesses of the' systemi0111 ,, without cost to the county f1'om'local which will contain evidence of
BeautyAND while the school vacation was / the top administrative state or federal funds allocated their value to the instructional
.ill progress.A ]level to the classroom teacher. to Bradford, according program. This evidence will be
W. L. THOMAS four-week workshop( was The university educators are IntervIewing to superintendent Casey. gained from Interviews with
held for 50 to 60 teachers and personnel looking Bradford will be the host site teachers and principals who
SINCLAIR Barber Shop included intensive Instruction In reports, visiting classrooms) and for a workshop for kindergarten have had the services of paraprofessionals
:She use\ of all kinds of audio. offices to observe, and employing teachers- in February, whichIs
'---- .. il.sual equipment, graphic arts other means t to) discover being arranged by Mrs. Jo- Priority! four should holdspecial "
:and curriculum studies. just where the schools are right ''hann Chancy CRESC early : interest for parents. It /' I
For the first week, all the now< childhood consultant. is lifted as "Equipment Material
!teachers were engaged In learning ? and Supplies" but that
to make posters, bulletin mps! the mark In de'cribinir[
I board displays, painting, drawing II Of the tats] of $127,137: budlC'tl' I
and many oilier techniques 14 Make All A'sContinued I (! for this priority, $40,000( I,

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Faulkner Mark
Debbie Gray, Elizabeth Greene, YEAR
B Average Rhymer Howell Larry Kelly Be t Llf WM I II
Freshmen II I
0 Jeanettle King. Steve Kirkland Happy New Year to I
Terry Brown, Nikki
Mary Lane Sally Lawsln, Mike And good luck oil of our friends ,
Crosby, Sharlene Ellington
May it bring Norman, and David Savage
Janlne Gay, Doris Overstreet. to all duringthe and neighbors.
you much Linda Powell, and Bev Struck Lake Butler-Glenda Sue Alvarez New Year
LawteyJoe Bennett Llonal and Joanie Whitehead
success andhappiness. Blake Strout Realty
Lake Butler Gayle Johns Keystone Heights Karen Eli- r RED ALVAREZ
And Donna Norris. zabeth Breeden Mary D. Brown,

WVI 4ix1Q HamptonLynn McCulloueh. BrookerRoger Davis Joe Branch Mgr.: Service Station1frCI

Sophomores Green and Billle Sue Inklebar-
I I Starke Linda Ad Was. Douglas per. .
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} Mark Crawford, Bob) Edwards Graham Kay Davis. 19

Jackie Gaskins, Becky Groves, LawteY-Tlm Harvey, Lamar 9G
Sheila Henley, Janet McCollum. Johnson, and Kathy Scott. HIJ
i ic Carol McKinney Leon :Manning
Beth Mixon, Robin Mulling Seniors
Joann Nettles, Johnnie Powell StarkeNancy Louise Bell,
Walter Prevail, Kelly Richards Dclbra Davenport, Reggie
Lou Ann Thomas Janclla'! Flynn, Norma Gatlin, Juanita
Thompson Kathy Williams, antI Griffin. Janice Holllngsworth, I
Q Gregory Woods.BrookerValel'le. Deborah Inklebarger Donnie -
c Bristol. Anthony Jackson Patty Johnson, Pat
r, Castlen. and Debbie Douglas Juday. Sheila Lescarbeau. Harmon ; l
Dale Johns, and Diane Morgan, Jimmy Nelson,
Jones.!" Reggie Norman Larry Roberts, .a?
Melrose Patsy Bonlcy. Charlie Mae Spearman, Mary
='- Hampton Lavern Outlaw. Tetstone Larry Turner John SHUFORD'S
Walker, Sheryl Ward. Stanley
R. Johnson Junior' Whitehead, and Luther Williams. Standard StationSid
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be a year of happiness
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SORRY ABOUT THAT "The Melrose Action Committee

Unfortunately, due to last "Toot-toot! Bang-bang t Pow- would like to thank Whose people

week's early deadline and the pow? Happy New YearlU"! Yes W in: Melrose and the< surrounding
lack of club activities and personal friends it's time for: a new :year t area who helped to make their

events, this repeater did and I'm ready for one. This drive for toys for underpelvi'leged :

not have sufflcent news to sub has been one 4>f the worst years children a success Thanksto

mit to the editor.Hope that our for the Chitty family that I ( you. 27 children had -a. happier

reader can appreciate this sttuatlon. : can remember, with someone t Christmas. The Committee also

Next week the papers being sIck Injured, or dying ( distributed bags of) fruit and ,.'
I with the toys.A .
practically every day. candy
resume their! regular schedules.The .
will steady stream of children
deadline for this column hope the New Year bring '
be changes: for the better. An example enjoyed a visit from Santa Claus
will Sunday evening:
FELLOWSHIP CLUB of what. I'm talking aboutIs 4'- Saturday when tie paid a visit

After enjoying holiday visits the accident that happened, to Melrose. Many excited children
last week. Two of my father were waiting at with families and friends
mem Jam**' cousins: Johnnie! !Merle ...:;, Office as he arrived on the lire !
hers of !ttae Keystone! Heights .
r Manning ,and Elaine Ellis of 'T'- engine of the Melrose Volunteer 1
Fellowship Club will convene In .
head-on :> Fire Department. He then
'Ii Gainesville, were In a ..'
the new year with a covered*
collision: Johnnie Merle escaped "' tacked!: to each of) them and listened
dls-h luncheon at the Masonic |U j with only four broken ribs, and .- to their requests.
Patricia Ann
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Hall, on January 9, Members Bride
an arm broken In two places, Rain and cool weather kept
ere asked to note the correction | but tier sister wasn't so lucky. many away from the CommunitySine Of Mr. Pardee In Community Church
In the date. Members and their a_. .... .'-- .., '. held
J. Sh'ClS m critical condition which was Monday
guests are Invited to attend |_ _-...;;:;;.:_ .f for several days, after having night. Only a few people turned -
wearing a street length pints
the luncheon at 12:30: p. m. Miss Patricia Ann Haley.
8 hours of Brain Surgery, and out, but they reported a good
empire style dress, with a coresage
President Ethel Weyman' an daughter of the late Mr. and
Sunderland-Kelly: Plastic Surgery on her face time and are already talking
of pink: carnation
nounced that the election and Mrs. B. L, Raley. and Marshall
which was severely cut. How.ever about plans for another next
William Bell .
Jr. served as heal
Installation of officers will beheld Pardee, son of Mr and Mrs
and Richard N.
Mr. Mrs Elaine was doing better a ;year. man.
at this meeting. While making 3underland announce the en- few days later: and the doctors Christmas programs at the Charles Pardee were !united fa Following the
ceremony, a re
mention of President Weyman marriage Friday evening Deo
gagement of their daughter Kay were hopeful.i Churches ,were successful and
We would like to take this 20, at the 'home. of Mr. and Mr... eptlon! was held in the living
Marie Alston .
to Harvey KellyJr. guess enjoyed by those iwlw Attended.
that's enough complulniiiM. room of the (Bennett home,
opportunity to thank hefol" Edwin Bennett In Keystone
.. son of Harvey A, Kelly sr., The holidays will soon be over where
and probably :have the bridal table was cen
the excellent news"" coverage of of you Heights Dr Albert C. Holt pas*
Gainesville. of own, so veil and things will ret.urn to nor tered with a three-tiered wedding
Fellowship activities, which she problems) Tour tor emeritus of the Community
Miss Sunderland Is a graduate look at of the brighter LA mal. School will resume Mon. cake, topped with white
same .
has promptly given to this reporter Church informed the nuptials]
of Bradford High School and is
day. Jan 8. The duplicate bridge
the week wedding bells tulle bows
happenings over and
during the past year. in the presence of members ol
at Florida State Unlveislty
a junior club will resume their weekly
WOMAN'S CLUB .holidays. Last Sunday, we were the immediate families lilles-of-the-valey. At one end
where she Is -a. memberof uncle.Coiiue bridge games Tuesday, 'Jan. 7. of the
and table tall
The Heights visited by myaunt The was, performedIn was a antique
Keystone Duplicate ceremony
Gamma Sigma Sigma, national and Alfred Hudson of Member of the New Life Bible brass candelabra with
Bridge Club the Florida room of the Bennett seven
sponsored byWoman's
service sorority. Club will be back in their little
Gainesville: Alfreds sister andbrotherinlaw : lighted:: white tapers. Wedding
Club, will have theIr home, against a background
Mr. Kelley is a graduate of Ploy and Jack Romesa Mae Dodd Church on Wheels learning about bell punch, bridal cake, nuts
Rev. ,
first meeting of the year Mon Gainesville High School ,and Is and Al- John Faison III the Bible Wednesday after of poinsettias and sreene1'7.lIshtl'd and mints ,
Taylor of -Apalachicola were served by the
day evening, Jan.6. These ,sessions t; by white tapers.
now attending Santa Fe Junior Wed In school.
are open to the public, College. Jrid"i: sister, Lilly and her Hope Baptist Church RitesMiss Nuptial music was played 03 lllitt'SMrs. Bennett, a sisterof
Plans for a banquet honoringthe
from the the bride.
with play starting promptly at : the bride entered on the arm
No date has been set for thewedding
7:30: p. m. Proceeds are wind! town Saturday: we were visited Romesa Mae Dodd, dark rose bodice, and light rose football boys of Interlachen of her brother, Luther D. Raley The bride Is a graduate. of

by the ladles In defraying the by Mrs Katie! Howard of Starke. daughter of Rev and Mrs. Fred skirt High! have been postponed The of Theressa who gave her In Bradford High School and studied
--- while her husband, A. B. was The bridesmaids jackets, which will be presentedto secretarial -work at
club's monthly expenses. --- -- Dodd, of Keystone Heights, was wore deep marriage. She wore a street Massey
GOLF COURSE NEWS: HERE N' THERE hunting with my father. Christ married to Rev John FaisonJr. rose gowns, and the flower girl the boys !at the banquet will length ,white lace over satin Business College In Jacksonville.
Mal and Mrs. Alfred B. Wat- inas Eve night, -we were visited was dressed In not arrive as soon The Woman's Golf Associationwill .. of Jacksonville, on Saturday. pale rose. sheath, with a :lace cape, entwined -
resume weekly tournamentsin son and son Tom presently: by Jean Ball and her fiance. Dec. 21, in Hope Baptist Church.: All attendants wore rose velvet anticipated The Booster) Club with brilliants and seed] She Is now employed with
stationed at Langley Air Force buss! Pierce of Gainesville, Billy boxes will announce the date later the State Road (Department
January Ladles' Day Is Rev. Bob Gray, of Trinity pill edged with white pearls, falling from the shoulder in
scheduled on a weekly basis for Base, Va. were holiday gests of tile raw egg: kid) Bell and his Baptist Church, Jacksonville fur, and carried .white fur muffs We will lose at least two lam She carried ,a nosegay of White Gainesville. Mr, Pardee graduated .

Thursday mornings. For additional Major( Watson's parents. Mr. date!, DeiilseDewltt of Keystone, officiated at the 7:30 p.m. candlelight with cascade, sprays of pink lies from Melrose during the carnations and tulle bows. fiorn Keystone Heights HS

Information and Mrs. Alfred Watson of Lake. also my grandparents, Hubert service, restated by Rev mums and red rosebuds and Holidays. The double ring ceremony and attended St. John's 'River

organization concerningthis view Dilve.Mr und Palma Chitty of Starke. Merle Packham two-tone' ribbon streamers at Mr. and Mrs. Frank' Godseyand was especially significant, as Junior College in ;Palatka. He
and their
tour. *, and Mrs. Phil Cromer and who/ always spend Christmaswith The bride wore an empire tached. family will move from Mel. the rings exchanged sere heirlooms is now employed at the Florida
naments contact Mrs. Harold '
Sutton Mrs. daughters Debbie and Pam, -us. Christmas morning, gown of pear de sole with re- The bridegroom's father served Iwse to Perry.It of the'bridegroom grand- Hydrocarbons plant, Brooker.
or Fremont Tolles.
We were visiting with family and lily family, Including my grand. embroidered front lace panel. as best man. Ushers 'were will be a much longer trip parents, the late Charles end The bride and groom will reaide -
Williams were glad to see that waiter friends! to Annlston Ala for hoi parents, all loaded up and went and long lace sleeves .pointed at Eddie Clements of Jacksonville, for Mr. and Mrs John Paul Grace Fajtfee.; in their new mobile home

work! was able to returnto Idays. to Willbton, to spend the day the! -wrists. Her veil was attached and Dan Dodd, brother of the Chlapplnl ''and their three sons. Miss Barbara Johnson served adjacent to the groom's parent

has been Thursday morning. Ho Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gibson, at the\ home of my uncle and to a pillbox of lace and seed bride. They( will be moorIng to Germany the bride as maid of honor uu Lake Geneva.

confined to bed for the of Largo, were holiday guestsof aunt\ James. and Clara Sullivan. pearls The bride's mother wore tt where John Paul will be

past six weeks following major their son-in-law and daughterMr. Other relatives Include: David A long sweeping tralu was attached pale pin lace and faille dress, stationed Mrs. CMapplni has -- ------- -- ---- -.. ..

surgery at the Medical Center : and Mrs. Bud Beeler. Snack Stegall and children at the waist .with a flat with matching accessories. The lived in Melrose for year while were the soloists, and Rev. Leon

Waltesaid that he and lib Friends of Mr, and Mrs Gary: And Barbara Sullivan ) bow. She carried a bouquet of groom's mother wore a beige John Paul has been stationedIn (Mllner brought the Christmas

family would like to thank Gen Hacker will reget to learn i Roy and Teenle Crel1 haw.I white orchids. brocade dress and coat' ensemble VIetnam We hate to lose NEWS NOTES message

members of the golf course and that Mr. Hacker' mother5 passed i I I and children and Peggy and! Attendants: were Miss Sylvia ), with, green accessories these families but of course, \I'\' 4 ST. WILLIAM'S NEWS

who all the residents of Keystone! away recently. "' Wayne Hersey of Gainesville.' Dddd sisterof the ..brIdewho Preceding the 'ceremony; Miss'Ctu'ol these will be r-M n4l1'4: teinyies. ') > :!, moving i \.,By. Ileten ;EganCOMMUNITY Rev. Father Edward Kirby led
remembered him and Ills We were, visited Thursday; by served maid Jn. the proteseton ( Altar Boys en-
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dwyer were as : of honor, 'and accompanied by
family during the holiday; guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mrs. Barbara Sullivan of Willis. brldetmaids. Miss PrLsciUaDodd. James: Schaeffer organist, song One family "which" recently' 4 CHURCH ROTARIANS CLEBRATEThe toil who helped my mother. three eolos. moved to Melrose is Mr. and Mri.s.; on Christmas< Eve.
X&sln of Daytona Beach, last another sister, and Mrs!
Keystone Heights Golf & weekend. The Kasins returned Pete mid Joyce Union wero Don Dodd. The bride Js a graduate of Mrs. H. A Rhodes, vho movedhere The Christmas program, en- :Mrs. Janet Lamm was at the

Country Club was the setting with the Dwyer's to spend the In Tampa: last t weekend attend- (Allison Gray nod Kimberly Bradford: High School and Bob from Albany. Ga. They doyed by many at the Community organ as the congregation join.
Church started with the Sun-
for the annual Christmas Party holidays In Keystone. Inn the !funeral of Pat PlUmon's Gray, of Jacksonville were Junior Jones' University, Greenville S, are cun'enUliving 'at Griffin's, ed in caroling. The procession
and Buffet Dinner of the Key. .Fish Camp until they day School Christmas PlU'ty.Mrs ended at the ..ltar, below which
can find
father,, Mr Miller. Mrs Hayman C. The
Dr. and: Mrs. J, J. Alborn.' of bridesmaids Doniva Gray groom Is :assistant pas D. F. Mizell Jr. composedand
!Stone Heights :Rotary Club oft n house to rent. was :a manger scene surroundedwith
New Haven, Conn., are spending Crosby til! Starke spent Christ( was flower girl, and Wayne tor at Brentwood Baptist
directed the Christmas -
Friday evening, Dec. 20. Meti Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Scottof pageant blno lighted Christmas
the holidays with Mrs. Alborn's inas dry with the Bartons. Gray was ringbearer. Church, Jacksonville .
beTs ard their guests Invited Rock-wood) Tenn. are ,\'Isltlni'theIr : entitled "Christmas Today lives. Father Kirby's Christmas
were Friends will be glad to know The After a '
maid of wedding
parents, Mr. and Mrs. OscarErtelsteln. honor and bridesmaids trip through "
It consisted! of A tableau:
to attend the social hourat daughter and familyMr.. Mass was read !in English.
but George Ellis ]has returned the Carolines
Dr. Alborn la a dermatologist More empire! gowns of the couple ,will
f the with
and () manger scene, narration
7 p. m.. followed and 3fit. Byron Courtney ARK-O PPALMSChiinlnifls
by an ex. : resident professor at floin the V. A. Hobpital !in Lake pear de sole In two-tone rose; reside. in Jacksonville.r.iko :.
cellent buffet dinner preparedby ecna.; This >s 'Mr.' ScMt's, first by the youth of the Sunday Meditation and the
Yale nlversity City. where he underwent surgery __ ______ and
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I Mrs. Jim Zowarka Mrs. and la doing line. D. E. u -- visit; to Florida nnctri.- simply! "MoanliiH! of Christmas" was
I Arthur Ketch and mothers of Mrs Ether Weyman and Arthur White of WoI3''IIlIs. Ga., spent Plant City Tuesday, attending fascinated with our state. by all the chlldien. The three conducted in the chapel under
I the Junior Golfers The young Coombs, of Little Lake with the Ellis' flit' funei.il. Mr. and Mrs Emory Guests of M:', and Mrs. Ho choirs of the Sunday School the leadership of Director David
, ladles of the Junior Golfer stone, have returned KeY"1 I day their have! moved Into one of the ,\\'Ilrdol'rlci) were their il.iugh- were dliect'J\ by Barry Wymixn.iMrs. Harvey, with Rev William Mc-
List: Sunday, Children
served the Rotarians and their i recent runt with Mr. Griffin cabins tcrs and families Jlr, and Mrs George Cunova :accompanied Neil as guest preacher. The
Kearns: Ellis of Tampa, and E.
guests. ion and daugihter-ln-law Mr. Since I had! to do tills columnon Donald Cheescnitui tnd two boils the soloist, Mrs Dorothy conference: opened on Christmas

and MI'.!>. William! ArthurCeoji&vl D. Hall of savannah, .Ga., were Thursday! most of the people of Jacksonville!, sat! Mr\ and Farris Santa Claus arrived day ,and special\ : programs will

Guests were welcomed b7 / cf Long Island, N. Y. il-Mtliig them the Jack Miller weren't home I guess they were I Jt Mrs Clark Martin and< sons of with his pack of goodies for all be conducted every day and
Last 1 Sunday'
Vice-Pre-oldent Charlie Hutcft.men. Residents of Nelson's Point in Jacksonville till' away celebrating, so thisis Lake City. the children. With the assistanceof evening until Apiil. An expansion

in the absence of Pre and their house guests enjoyed family were it. Before I close, I 'wantto Mrs. Ad Robertson has returned Mrs Bert Chrlstoffers, of the pl'Ogl'l1tnVIlS announced by
Chuck t
vlsitiug! Mac; Betty, and
sident Jim Clesslngton. who their annual community partyon \wish each and everyone of you tqb home from A l trip to Church Women's welfare committee :Air. Harvey
Mi:Go"Mn. Christmas Eve, Louas
was unable to attend due to a Sunday evening, Dec. 21, it" Happy) HAPPY NEW YEAR I !HSo I South Florida where she visited canned goods and toys, ANNOUNCEMENTS
recent Illness The covered-dish dinner was f-ihter.mother" Carolyn Mrs Ruby Kelly Dyal and three her until! next week, "Good-bye, her soon' Oscar Robertson: in placed around the, Christmastree Jan. II, ,i pan. Executive

Rotarian Bill Reynolds, chairman field< around the community's chUclvin! of Gainesville, and niul! God!/ bless you all". Now, Port Orange, and George inwIelbourue. were distributed to needy l)>,.i\i iiieoiin! of the Com muniriiuirh -

for the Christmas tree. :here's LCCOH' families.MUSICAL. atg/ Women.
party, and his Charles Owens of Bell, visited
committee members, Jim Wharton Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Martin tile Millers Jack's father, Clay. Cl.iulmas guests at the homeof PROGRAMThe 7:30: pm.. General Meeting of
and Pascal Carr and Mrs Lois Walker, enter.. Lrcon't: Cornier \ new ones In the future, Mr. and Mrs. "Red" Thompson Chr>8trna, musical pros Church Women
coordinated t ton Miller of Palatka, spent ,
plans for this event. Instead tamed friends with a holiday ChrUtuus! with the Millers, "Happy New Year" Hurt keep old ones from the included his father JamesV. gram of-the Senior end CelestialChoirs Jan. 7.8 p.m. Eastern Star

of exchanging'gifts, as In party at the Martin homeon M:, and Mrs. Revels and children past' Thompson of Albany Ga.: : of the Community Church Chiptrr meeting, Masonic Tem.

yearspast. the Rotarians ex Friday evening. Guests of! plant City, spent Wed. Happy New Year!, C. L. Hatcher! and Chubby Hat- 'was well received by a Inrseciiiiirocntion. pie:

changed original poems concerning were Invited to call betweenthe nesday to fluidity:' with their par: lo one and: .all. We till make resolutions, cher also of Albany.Mr. : : Mlis. Janet Hny- Jan 9, 12 noon CoveredICollt'nIlC.
hours of 8 and 8 p. m. And inn.st of them are steep. Levine nor and Mrs. Nancy Hendry .! Oi Next Paltl"
their fellow member ents. Mr. and Mrs E. ,W. Revels May oil your troubles and Mrs. iNotman:
Individual members also brought Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Sr. Tuesday Mr and Mrs. Wtlkini Take :a fall T'Itls world would be a better aN upending' the Holidays: in

Rifts for Walter Williams and Clark, of Milton N, H.. were of Locsburg. visited thaRevels' place> Kentucky where they me visit

family! I Continued On Next Page) flay; all\ your ,worries if f nifsL' of them we'd keep. ing relatives and Irltuds.\

-.- - -1 We! would like to express our J'Mv fir n.way Miss Teena KiHIiliainmer of

i I deep sympathy to Betty Griffin And' find some other, M.iy you ()(> .blessed; Ft. Worth Texas: Is visiting

I and| her.family. Betty's father. Place; to stay.; Wall luck and love. her grandparents in Gainesvilleand !

GREETINGS: H. A. Holbrook of Plant City, And many. blessings: her two aunts, Mr.'and Mrs.

< had( a heart attack and died last Hen. '*.'* to friendships, From' up above Virgil: Rowe and family: and Mr. Cth.t .. I

Sunday': The Griffins Mere In Moy: they last. ,and Mrs Tom Clumblee and .

1969 -- ___ -.. n_ _--u_ -_ -un-- _-_-_ -_ n ... .... Again Happy New Year!, families, and Mr. and Mrs Ron ,
As I've said: before. Arrowsniilh of Mf1i'ose. Teens 1

NURSERY And may you all be happy, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. from all of us to '
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house guests of their aunt, Mrs January. Bill brown, then I
Lewis R, Clark, for the holiday.Mr George" Brown, of Toronto, needy until done.
and Mrs. Richard Cunningham Canada, was visiting with Awards a knife blade
entertained the Collection family and!:! friends In Keystone the ; clean it Is
and Meter Reading Department for the holidays. He was a family.)
of Clay Electric! with house guest of his cousin, Mrs. Weaver : When
n Christmas party at their home Bess Grosberg, of LakevieW Greg Chiapplni; ; ;; try drying

on :Monday evening, last week. Drive. On Friday Mrs. Brown Gold and < ; In a large
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ottlnger, left for a visit with friends in Rev. works.

of Washington and Mrs Anna West Palm Beach. tlon;),.! < Ottinger of Gainesville were Leroy Syracuse and Mrs. BesCrosberg ; the children's
Christmas guests of Mr. and were visiting with they can
Mrs. Frank Ottlngfr of LaKeViev fam'ly' and friends In Houston Mr. ,; \ ( floor and
Drive.\ and New Orleans, earlier In the ,' shelf and en

Herb Nelson J,'. Is visiting month. Dr. and THESE
with family and friends In Wilmington Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Croft < : new year MISS OUT ON
Dela. for the holidays. and sons. Dale and! Allen of mas : ( New Year's
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Nelson Tampa were Christmas cuesls home on each dawn:
Sr. are entertainingMrs.. Nel of Air.: and Mrs. George Mass l 21. The New Year

son's son Buddy who is !home and daughter Phyllis and Gina: \" .
for the holidays after completing Mr. Croft Is Mrs. Masaa's tif. : \' writ FABULOUS SAVINGS

his A.I.T. at Chanute Field "In-other. Keystone $ years, as I
Ill. Following leave. Buddy will Robert Pater Is vMtlntr lite and hlng at Clay
for roommate Ces. Lawton of Ft. Mrs.
report to California permanent \ : ,! later chang
assignment. Lauderdale' for New Year's. home ;: when I
Don Dowling Is visiting with During his visit Robert and a recent : : state. DURING TROPICAL PONTIACS3DAY
former classmates from New- Ces will attend the Miami Fop eral! one and

berry College, in the Carolinas Festival. dicate :> all.
over the holidays.Mr. Mrs. Mary Henry. of Jack. much Church.'t: LURA
and Mrs. Ed Prokopowlcz sonville. Is spending the holidays Mr.
and son. David! were Christmas with (her son-in-law and! eon and'' BIG SALESPECIAL

guests of :Mrs. Prokopowlcz' son- daughter Mr. and Mrs. F L. the
hl1aal1d daughter, Capt. and Stephens of Nelson's Poini. family

Bennlng.Mr. Warren Ga. Barker ol Ft. Miss New Margaret Year's Pater weekend Is spending with! Unas.Col. : Egan PRICES GOOD THRU DEC. .. 31, 1968

F. E. Morgan, of Fairfield o classmate from the University ; !
Conn.. was n recent guest of his of Florida Enrique Mums Maxwell : ; Page
brother's family, :Mr. and Mrs. and family of Miami. are Hall. 1969 TEMPESTSPORTS

Bill, Morgan and sons of Lake Mr. and Mrs. Martin Crosby Mrs.Would of of-
Geneva. of Foley Ala. are holiday visitors : :
Mrs. H. L. Morgan of Wilmington. of their son-in-law anti Homemakers '

? Dela. Is enjoying a daughter, Mr. and Mrs Bill Please readers meeting at COUPE
vaim hollc1l'Is t with .her san Belote. /
and daughter-in-law, Mr. andMrs. Billy Belote fa visiting friendsIn reporter : { Council
Ison and Mrs.
B1I1l\Iol'gan. Mr. and Mrs. Miami this week where he have 1< \ ) <
will attend the Orange Bowl holidays. ) attend.
Robert t W :Morgan of Palatka # '
from all Illtas
Joined the family for Christ. Game. -I
mas: dinner. Mrs Gay Livingston returned Ol our Lewis
with Mr.
Lee Sutton who received his home on Tuesday of last! !
.and at
discharge! : from the U. S. Army week, after iinitTaMnqr' .viinpiirirory ", :\ family home In
this month, arrived home In at the Medical Center. :
time to spent the Christmas' Wt wish her a quick recovery. (( ( t : Charles Wall-
holidays with\ his parents. Mr. Pvt. Eric Garber son of Mr.
the John Ella-
and :Mrs. Harold Sutton. 'Mrs. :and Mrs. Charles Garber of
for Christmas
Bob: Kromer and two sons of Nelion's Paint, Is home on -
Green Cove Springs, also Joined J leave; for a vJ&1t1th his family, family

Mrs.: Kromer's parents foe Eric:: who Is training as a per. First ,: of Park-
Christmas celebrations vlrs.Kromer's sonnet specialist iirtatlonuit Rr'een0y'' '
husband Is servinghis at Ft. Benr ",. day : t a post Christ
ship son, Rich
tour of duty In, Vietnam, 7:30: p. : their three

6:30: p. !| N.Y.
I all : F. Milner
: with their
STARKE NURSING HOME -(: .and family in

St. : : Equipped, with automatic transmission( power, $
808 S. COLLEY ROAD day (. Warren staonnij, head restraints custom carpets, custom 2429
Mass : ( the holidays foam !front scar cushion, tinted oja&i,, wKito wall!
Phone 961.6220 Starke, Florida :: )! relatives at tires and all other standard factory sak.ty f fuhr s.
:\ ; their former
1. We have complete nurslnc service for adult of
ages lowship ( ) ; Village en CASH OR TRADE
m.; ] !! / of the Vill-

2. We have RN's and L.P.N.'s on duty 24 hoursa party on

day. er quarter. : : \ Symons Included, Best Used Cars In Town Priced To Sell

dinner, Plnalre,
3. We have our own X-ray and I.bor.tory.Ir.(: : : !I PONTIAC Caloln. Station
lll Sargent GTO ,
hardtop speadposi
: 68 $2895 Walan, full power with foe.
techniche \ Backer, tiY.-tractia.. Really Ihorp 66 tory air condItion In", What $1995
: ) St. ; ( Schweyen a beautful car and a t65 ,.-
I and Mrs. BONNEVILLE 4-Door hard- ,mendous buy, only
I 4 We are licensed for 55 beds by the State& Boardof : of Keystone top, full power and air conI lit 1 1895 COMET 2 radio- heat.
] dtioned This one il a real
Health License No. 1 161 1. ; home was beauty_, w. It today. J63 er. automaticdoor car Good tron.mllllon.nco transporta. $895
and .refresh
I : ( MG Mid I e t convertible. lion for that ascend Car.just
5. We have I
a modern fireproof bulldlnr with central from .an At lit !
I alr-condltloner and heat a, xn. 64 Camr an you epode lava''', .,1 095 < BUICK Electra 4 door hard
buffet table.
th drive It and buy it today at top, loaded, factory air co.-
er, : Reed Martin a low pries of/ only J66 dttioning. vinyl top, this il$2595

6. We are within two blocks of the Bradford County er-. :. Heights FORD 4-Door eedan. V.8. really load buy,priced lust
Hospital' will be : a new home at '66 automatic transmission, o. $'J 495 for you
Martin, who da! healer. power steering VOLKSWAGEN Sedan, this
James' Mc- alP candlta..d, Real Iharp. J64 I. !In ...".nt codltoon: $795

7. We have a fine staff of. Doctors' serving the Home. received a VOLKSWAGEN Squar.back, don't miss. out an this.. deal,
from the Eye 66 radio, hooter, white wall $1495
Sunday. \ tir... For that real economy GTO 2 door hardtop radio
8. We are V.A. approved, Sunday. Mass where buy, this i. It J6 5 heater, white wall tlr.I V.;
; his .wife for .n9n., Sport around town $1595
Sunday .. He write MUSTANG 2 Plug 2. V.8. In this on. for only
9. We are approved by the State Welfare Agency copal ti-iklpg ton have. 67 -Ip..d.. radio heater white $2195
higher vaRp I am that the doctors hope they wall ti.... Thll beauty wan't MGB Roadster, radio, heat.
petting paid now lr ]imppmi..>> done her some good with the stay long, see it today 16 5 e4 4 speed If you I lke, to $129
latest surgery Prayers for Mrs. b. sporty you lust can't
10. We are approved tinder Medicare
Ttmpett,4-door sedan V-8, mill In this_an.,
WE HAVE THE GENUINE McEachern's recovery of eight I-L C automatic transmission If -- --
are being offered by :her many D J y..r. !looking for the right $1295 CHtvROLtTTroctor
11. We are Urge enough &lo five all nursing' servicesan friends.Mr *' car thit it if, looks, dnvci 66 $3295
I .
adult may need but amall enough to provide) ,r, Shatterproof end Mrs. Houston DrlscoU and the price ft fight too! I 3-ipeod with 2-speed o le.

a family atmosphere have enjoyed family reunion
S V Flexible for the holiday. Mr. Drlsc>>U'. "SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS"
daughter, Mr a. Lillian Seals atHammanton "
12. Mr. J. H. Monerief is la charge of complete laboratory .- Long-Lasting
( N. J. and Mrs.
and X-ray facilities. Laboratory No. 924. s DrUcoll'a. son-in-law and daughter
otetv36 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ham-
We Comply With Title 6. Civil Rights Law C'e't O f) -34 ln het wid en">hlag, and their daughter

CALL, WRITE OR COME BY Cr, Alit> mt W ft 41" wiehhs; Lynn, of Palm Springs Calif.,
Joined the family group for
AND VISIT WITH US. Christmas dinner at Camp r

LAWTON B. THOMAS. Owaer-Adminlatrator Crystal Lake where Miss Jane
Driscoll da camp director. JTik"

MRS. GERTRUDE KAUFFMAN Aast. AdministratorWE Spa,., D.s end Cu... Pouhrr Pro.u..ulh, Choir Ce._.t.Gutm '(Mrs. Kanrlt Flowers tecr p U N ; t

COMPLY WITH TITLE VI Windows.t.d.tugt Path end Wndowt flog, Heus t behind"nt, tubl.stew.... Shower m<*vrto.ni tog*. tary to MJ.'Ia DrlscoU. had her
nephew and niece, James! and
CUT WITH SHCAMS & TACK ON- EASY To SIAL on Siw Patricia Elmer, of Brldgeton.
Let Us Care for Your Loved Ones
N. J, as holiday guests
215! K.: WASHINGTON:; Ph. f M1# -i70 aupper was enjoyed at tits* Servlc Depl. Open Men, Wed. Cr Frl. Til 5:30; Tu... ftThuri.. Til ,:30
Houston Driscoll home Service Closed< All Day Salurdey.Ii .

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